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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING FORMER FOES SUPPORT HIM SEPTEMgBR iHnolAM NEW YORK FIGHT 2 CENTS PER TAFT DECLINES TO MAKE REPLY While Bryan Continues His At tacks Upon Opponent UTTER RECEIVES DELEGATION Part of Which Was Uost on the Way From to Also Makes Address to Bryan Invades New Stopping for a Few Hours In Is Hecelvso Everywhere with Great Makes Speech at Tren the several matters on which Taft had challenged him record on pal churcTiT the first speech of his cam paign to Earlier In the day Taft small delegation from which passed through city on on Regarding this delegation It hud been stated that a thousand Ists would present There j wore twenty were less than me perBOnBi hs audience accord plantation made by who came His speech was that a large part ot the Intended to declare Bryan Is Well Byons reception In New Jersey was B demonBtrptve At Wash nark on New Jersey sldn j Delaware rver below unable Opposition GollaDses and Nom ination Is Made Unanimous TWAS VICTORY Another Man delegation hadfailed to connect en Inherits Sympathy for Negro The candidate was escorted from the Taft residence to Allen temple In the evening by a party of clergy He began his address com menting on his familiarity with tbo temple and the He was he for the purpose of ox pressing his sympathy with the negro race In Its struggle OT heller A he which I have had from the time I was a email for I inherited It from my tanFormer Foes Support Him Alphonso than whom the colored Candidate WI1 Ham Taft declined to go further race never had a better Pouring hot shot nto Taft and the Re with In a newspaper con publlcan party at every point where of over ah hour was continually Inter rupted by cheers and hand A statement by him that his nomi nation for a third time after two de and with no president to help him with his was due to the growth of the Ideas for which he provoked the wildest enthusi His every was Leaders Opposed to Governors Re nomination SwaltpvV Bitter In Denioeratib Convention Corners JROMINENT BANKER DIES STATE CANNOT SELL WHISKY TRlSTATE NEWS INBRIEF flre Is doing great damage near Farm ers plowing around the Ohio veterans ot the Mexican war are hold Ing their annual reunion In this Sixteen are In Hunger ford just shot and badly in jured eight of his who were CONNERS PEACEMAKER Succeeds In PatoKlng Up Temporary i Jglvlng a hornlng al uu fathers Peace Between Murphy of Tammany nouse Qaiiipoii8 Ken nedy of New was arrested near here and jailed at Polnr Pleas r with having at WHO ivl Jf til troversy over the Issues of the cam he William Bryan In tbia uoveiay C0ncluded a strenuous day of campaigning In New following HOBTOB to a few hours In where in latest statement whlcn seems to of newspaper offlce and before quire an Should It aPPenr an enthusiastic throng he arraigned There Is nothing In Bryans with running on the record of dent En route here Bryan spoke at Camden and Burlington to big crowds and shook hands with mnny hundreds of persons Standing on the rear plat form of his car in the Demoi cratlc candidate assured his hearers that the volers were studying the is sues of the He declared that in state the changes were In the direction of the Democratic party and that there was no place In the United States where the changes from that Incidentally again attacked Coleman Dupont of the Republican executive commit and McCarren of In Lead for Evans Hughes of New York has been nominated by thestate convention by ballot to succeed hlrnseif as governor of the state of New He received of men run every tempted to rob a mail has appeared at near this Is a railroad Into which 827 votes out of a possible as against 161 for James of Livingston speaker of the state and 31 for Congressman John i Stewart ot The nomination day and where over men are I com mission in chefrge of drafting a fish Dupont ag a iruat was Ogcupy tne position of at to institute Along Qf tfavel rom Camden hew wgre 1 in Bu of the Repucan execu BO later I will take up the subject m RepubUcan organization of that reiterating ls former oharge that ee my public The gratification of Taft on the renpmlnatlon of Governor Hughes was expressed in telegram he the congratulating on his welldeserved He add It not only makes the state of New York safe In but greatly strengthens the national ticket in every state in the Taft delivered a nonpolitical addreu last Bight to an audience ol enivteri composing the Ohio confer ee of the African Bplsco city and expressed his sorrow for peo ple he were compelled to live under Its into na tional he asserted tljat the Re publican standardbearer promised that there would be no panics and that as promised the same He wanted to know how Taft could panics when Roosevelt had one on his I Only an hour before his arrival In that stronghold of Republicanism Bryan fired a broadside at Taft In a statement In which he cited his a dozen at of which large crowds turned out nnd gave him an enthusiastic weV Eating and Drinking were intended to be a pleasurable as well as a necessary SpatiSv With appetite and a a or wbman should be able to eat almost any good food Hfyou Stfeel ready for your meals andwholesome food S your stomach is not m good working and you need to get it strong and keep it For your stomach can and should be able to assimilate any reasonable amount of Take Beechams Pills for distress after bloat stomach sick Snstipation and bilious These safe and conven ient pills strengthen the stomach increase the muscular and Promote Digestion In boxei with full direction and law for the state sportsmens ever phase tlon completed an outline of a dispensary case in an exhaustive opin lion nas uu which will permit appeals and allow ion which deals with the Murphy and MoCarren Bury HatehAt for Bryans Sept nating all sersonal animosities and heeding the earnest plea of the fta tldnal chairman for harmony in the Interest of success for the presided tlal ticket at the polls in the warring factions of the New York state Democracy have agreed to pull all chamie of friction the state convention has been Charles leader ot Tammany when told that William Jennings Bryan was anxious that peace be agreed to with draw all opposition to Senator Mo Carrens delegates In contested Brook lyn The upstate leaders In their scattering contested districts ous as That U Private Busl agreed to compromise nessFamous South Carolina and the threatening couds of discord gave way to a program of harmony which will pave the way fdr what Is planned to a notable welcome to the presidential who will ad dress the convention The question of the nomination of still South Carolina Law Laid Out In Court ot Appaals DECISION AN IMPORTANT ONE United States Circuit Court of Sustains Judge Jeter Who Declared That a State Cannot Lawfully Engage In Sale of Splrltu Fathered by a Knockout of the South Caiolma Say lor of New York committed suicide by stabbing himself in the breast with a butcher He wrote a note to his In which he said her pui Ity and faithfulness were poorly paid for by my wasted sensatlom was caused here when It was an nounced that Miss Bertha teacherof art in had been married toone of Morris last when they eloped to of Po liceBerridge swore out warrants for the arrest of the members of the school charging them with lating the order of State Inspector Morgan by opening schools before the fire escapes are calling on Juanita age James age fatal ly shot Miss Anderson says Johnson then shot her n the left i by timothy chair tVtnnnf till tla MJ a CHARLES made unanimous upon motion of Stato Commltteeman William of who has perhaps the bitterest and outspoken oppo nent thegovernors renomlnatlon the renomlnation fol lowed the utter failure of a desperate larger catches of game Stacey graduate ot Oxford during last two years has his living in Toledo by doing house is tielr to a large fortune in hisnative being bitten a dozen or more times by a rattlesnake a nineyearold gypsy boy disd in A party of gyipsles pitched camp near Add son and the boy went out to gather screams took the others to his side to find him battling wltli a Treatment failed to save htm Wachenhelmer filed a motion for separate trial ot the sixty Indicted The motion sets forth tha the law each defendant is en titled to four peremptory Jury chal which In all would mean 240 peremptory challenges before a jury could be secured to try the defendants fire which has lieen burning in the big Dorset Just across the Ohio for several continues downpour can now check remains an Impression that the candl tlon of state the United states ultimately decided upon may be a circuit court of appeals handed down mftn whoae natne nas not yet been a decision fully sustaining Circuit j wentioned but surface Indications Judge Prltchard In the appointment ot conttnue to polnt to Lieutenant Oov recelvers to wind up the affairs of the liquor monopoly long maintained by the Palmetto There was ne dissenting ernor Stuyvesant He Is the man who has definite strength which the lenders cannot and do not desire to Stevenson asked tor a stay of Judgment in order to prepare an He wanted six1 ty though tho court agreed that the documents could be preparad and Chief Justice Melville Fuller and National Chairman Mack came out Judge Edmund sustalnins of the conference room this morning tho law as propounded by Judge Boyd and sald Although a candidate for As counsel for the governOr has not yet been It of looks like In i i Eagle Attacks Baseball New 16 dowif Into a crowd of parsons who were m within fortv days that much watching a lively baseball game near SBHS with slon passage state at the same time mltting towns and counties to flee de J by popular vote whether or not they desire to retain it under local or coun ty the county who for four days have spared no effortto discover a candidate upon whom they could unite to defeat The balance of the ticket was made up in the good old fashioned as an organization announced an hour or Ing the flames for several days and impossible to prevent the destruction of farm 16 can drive an automobile across Ohio river Liverpool Both were taken to Ho IB said to have been trial of Congressman Laning of charged with emblezstllng dock of the Savings will A motion to take the case from the jury and the congressman was by before the session of the convention water has disclosed an extensive sand bar at New Martinsvllte equal to the A Fire Insurance Chat by Gillespie Companies Count When it Comes to Paying has ability to collect premiums but not all companies that collect premiums have Ability to pay Did you tver stop to think that some day your fire policy may become a Bill Receivable Mav become a dratt on the company for the face for five yearsMaybe But Property owner you want to know that when that day your Fire Insurance Company will be there with the state after a conference of the local Senator who was chosen as a up shores of Atlantic City for bathing purposes flsh can beseen swimming BANKER MOROSINI DIES SUDDENLY Wealthy Through the Friendship o Jay Gould York Giovanni phrtanthroplst candidate for lieutenant was the Onlo river is the lowest in Us y ol heartfailure at his mvArnnrfiUm Rapid An express on a certain rallroad was tearing away at o wild and awe Insplr ng rate of six miles an when all of n sudden t stopped Most of tho passengers did not notice the hut one of them happened be somewhat anxious to reach his destination before old uge claimed him for its He put his bead through tho window to Dnd that tha cause of the stop on the After awhile they thejourney for half nn hour or and Whats wrong now asked the Im patient passenger of the A cow on the But I thought you drove it So we said the but we caught up with It Home in the running for the governorship until the early when after a meeting ot his he re quested his friends not to present hla Cinched by New York It was the 183 votes of all but one district in New York county that car rled the governors total beyond the a majority of the re quired The nine votes ot Nassau county had brought the Hughes total to i nid a breathless in which was incarnate air the of bitter ness and suspense which up to that moment had characterized the strug gle to prevent the renomlnatlpn of country in the upper section of the who was seventyfour years is survived by a son and two His wife died In Victoria Morosini his created a sensa ago by eloping with COAL Our prices dellyered to all parts ot the city aro as follows Hard all of the New York county Repub lican general rose In his his slender figure alert and tense with the excitement of tho cru cial and said New York second assembly gives four for Wadsworth I the balance of the for Charles Evans A thousand pencils in two seconds had footed the Hughes total to 578 In as many heartbeats every person in the great hall knew that the battle was over and the place was Instantly a bedlam of Hardly less sensational the moment when State you got In the sack asked a friend of George Narranne as the latter into a store and placed on the counter a small My replied Nar The other thought he was jok but Narrance told the His died in Low and tha aged In and his body banker disinherited Miss Glulia was After being kept In the family for over a year the ashes were shipped here for a result of reading in an Associated Press dis patch that Leroy Caanon was under sentence of death in Honduras as a rebel against the David Cannon of this olty has en abled to locate him as his to grasp the This was no easy malten but several of the mentally coiftmeato reteaw catch tlio easle oy IU talons and hold It until Mr Pollackson returned with his The eagle measured seven six from tip to Young Pollackson was not injured beyond a few REPUBLICAN CLUBS ATWILKESBARSE Candidate Sherman and Long the other is noted Otlllio Moro the married Mary Virginia The rlsa in life of Banker Morosinl was He came to this coun try at the age of sixteen First he shipped as a making his home when on shore at Staten One day he saw a crowd of took the waiter up with the boys beating another boy and he res government with idea of saving the young mans Congressman cued the proved to be a The battered la son of Nathanle Olmsted has received a letter otatlng secretary of the Erie railroad that Cannon will be looked after by the American minister and a fahr trtal Insisted One Good I urn not Each day I do had been Chairman VVhy Take Get The Insurance That insures me i Pittsburg Lump Woodrutf delivered to in spite Pittsburg Lump 5 of a general expectation to the con HAH A tons Pittsburg or more something thnt mokes me Thats each new worry makes me forget tho worry of It might be City Jour or 290 the entire vote Kings gj ug Lump 6 tons m bringing governors toto for Woodruff fcad been do you consider Is the proper time for n man to marry U8ob when he hasnt any lilt D1 138 votes were cast In a block for the Lump mjght Filer Lump 5 tons or Filer Lump 5 tons or more 255 Filer Lump and Nut 6 tons or more the stampede for when Its 26B governor and doubt of his nomination swept Stldltr Killed by Filer Nut 268 generals pffloe Is Filer Nut tte death from Aslatlojholera In the the Pittsburg Any orders hooked now will be protected against advance in termsr B tons or cash orderor PH Orders ol When To Eat Is A m Calm In than 0 cases of ilng else to worry Marsh gave young Morosini a po sition and his industry and for figures brought about his rapid aii vancement at the time when Jay Gould became with tb Morosinl was auditor of th In this position he earned Mi Goulds confidence and profited by Mr Goulds friendship Housewife Starts Dreadful fou monthsold ohlld of Mwy Sum Biers was cremated and the mother so state convention of the League publican China is holding its first m slon in this city The PWladel hm delegation the largest ai the reached here at ocal leception committee has madei every prepaiaton to make the stay of the visitors a pleasant city is liberally The rrlncipal competitors lor tne prize for maklnfe the best showing t the parade will be the Young Ment8 Republican clut ftnd the Second RepubUcan club of Prom a political point of W convention will he of more than f It will Jake on a pa tlonal as some of those will address the delegates will he men ot national One ftW principal speakers will be Congress man Long worth of who is f pected to make a sUong argument lq tavor of the election of Judge Taft to the John Haya president of the League of Republican will be pne of the Vice Presidential Candidate Sher man is going to be one of the j est as there is a generardeaKe upon the part of the live of to hear jtuoi o live badly burned that she died In a Puns the Henry sutawney hospital In a flre at ot the house Qf Glen de tlves Congressman stroyed the Summers home and three ana 9XCongressman Henrr W other Two other houses wm mai5e brief were blown down by the use of djrna mite to stay the progress of the Before accepting a favor look toe flameg suramers poured oil on he string that may be tied to tcbison When Become If any person suspects that tneu kidneys are deranged should ake Foleys ICIdney Remedy at once and not risk having Brlghts disease or Delay gives the a stronger foothold and you not delay taking Foleys Kidney au obstinate flre in the kitchen itove Negro of Six Stuart announced today appointments tp be i for sjjcth bltumlnomi resigned ot to were killed and thirty probably by an of a of Mftpk powder The was cauMd by a Bessemer Who threw watch Into thtrd el powder whichhad from hf i When the or noy nerves get then tlwse Dont drug JtlmuUte the Is the Henry Whftalter at of the WM blown to Hewy 5d Dayli and f vff ra r Ui j FTs li j ss   

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