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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - April 8, 1896, Wellsville, New York who ono of len M 1Vrd Jk Mk to dayi the wm boms Il lo April Richmond of wan iMt November for of three bM taken tip Ht stund the by both to in and to grant until the haa decided on the of the TO President to Be Preparing For April 8 were held iu nnd Arundel county at both of the to and were to vote for McKinley deich to fair during the probably light enow freth tu brisk April 8.Four assisted Mr. and Mrs. Charles 82 and 80 to tho 60th of wero married at April 7, 1830. Mall Car April 8. AGAIN With nay at April 8 the day of Olympio thn with P. Curtis of QUESTION THE of Inet and His With April called early at In with tho hy tho had to tho to the effect that would no nt Is reason d of of t hn among the nt In order to tint nn oppor for Tor iw n story nnd it is woil to t two iu tlm of a to to to aud to nn exposition by tiin ot 1h> of on the thn of f ho i of won the heat in h for the liis Urne wae 18 An won the other In 18?i IT. of tho Boston team I won the Jump fi metres 84 of tho Princeton of wai 6 Hi of the Hoston won the thini of tho 4a>metrrs race in 54 1 H. U of of won tho put li 2J nn won of tho run hi Arthur of tho wimi trini hi of tho raro W. tho P. Curtis of tho in tho find f hf In tlin con of froin tion for was hore hy tho partial burning of a cablo mall car In front of the treasury The explosion of an oil stove started the The Iosa was noi but some mall mattar was Disease 30Yrs! G. W. post mast er of and a brave bad bton t with heart ever leaving the army at the close of tho late 1 was with palpitation and of I not Bleep my left and bail around my 1 so ill that I was and fortunately my was Heart decided to try it The first made a decided in my and five have completely eu rid W. F. Ind Milra Heart ifi sold on p. thai ilio tirst liott will G St will ou lca Thoro n proal do at tor Honr of fur Il is limt ilio in In April from 1m>'M1 1hti> liy tory over I tic In ho lost ion mm nnd n hiss erti nt he to nnd 1)itvhio.< forts following day tho ask od may it I of In of majority by which ttio resolutions of to out vrith a plain nt of tho reasons that In position Iw hna toward the In showing from tho information that of tho ho may feol for the ho is by tho aa ho tlu iu rt dent and hy tho of law to In of the of applies only BO long as Is left froe to upon the course to be followed by tho It may bo that he would nn view of tho matter if should send to embodying tho features of those and assumed that by doing the legislative branch had taken tho of tho matter out of his It is thought likely tho president may Bend in a to congress In transmitting Cuban Information It Is not certain this will bo more than a formal latter of Thoro are good reasons why tho consular reports should he handled very have to continue resident in Cuba and the work on which the president is believed to be may in the of of facts or of the of tho confidential consular WAR IS k of Farcical AND ABE In In and He captured gonio of luit unable to entirely ifo to nnd Informed of tho Italian forces in ho convinced that liN foreen and Hint he to the attack in tlie the to thin plan and to and to retire with his column upon half way between and Colonel ia now April of tho fur tho exploration of the region of and GAITHER'S IN f Wif No FecH aod ou of 10 per in asid in New or to the Aprii jury the of death of Charles F. ' v. r April 8.~Plno the of Mareh 18 and March 80 from Corinto have been no battles the opposing of President tho rebels in domandi of tho two which leti to the failure of the commission on lay that tho rebels lay down their arniM and tho that both to tho of as tho of power until a national hoUL of were the party nnd both wero the war seom to have corno to a About Honduras under tho of the vice president of In the fertile Valley of the In and with free routes They are by an equal number of tho under other and near the apparently few In or they would have a demonstration In favor of tho who entered of the nearly a month ago ready to cooperato with Zelaya to la reporte d that Insurant under near taking of inaction of troops at and aro threatening tho three of are largely up of and easily they now occupying the in the by their with no work to fed and clothed and in danger really than they usual ly are when and are littlo disposed to The are only light only a few minutes and are confined to at long rango with Pinoli N. April of Columbia uy but a contest thai may the original A mandamus was on Um of New Lebanon to ahow canae on when writ 1 why not tm a It is that ballota ware thrown out which would have the of election waa giren to the U wm waa 6lctwi by will also be It Is sal 1. iu and rUy s April h a cam with and and In which were spilt from center to the city off as a May P. A. and P. A was the principal a of TJio novelty was a Henry C. running for that on an Indi pendent With on tho ticket from both old ticket M 1.>.1 ^f (I for tho A P iho far M out of the hiJ pn give the Republican by Jonos a u of over Tho remainder of the are too m to No Limit to Nefarious -i in ft Metropolitan t to board a car at and nt oti Ihc of March a and the platform wore tho car nut Mayor N. April 8.In tho F. IMce mayor by a very large The will bo consecutivo Ilo was Indorsed by all except the the aldermen are tho Democrats only The also city clerk aud Action April 8. - The upon In United houbo of ou Cuban IS of record for diplomatic The resolution waft voted congress knew It was giving a sword blow In tho Cleveland will of the and In Bpita of hor juKt will act alao in Ignoring a which ia predestined to ' in in this resolut ions in favor of aud against OBh For or f Apply to H. he With Barnes at legal aud letter for use on the for at tUs Cure it at once with the reliable Dr. Bull's Cough the greatest remedy for Croup and air Bull's the best and costs only 25 Avoid The oi I N. Profits aud F. C. A. No oil J. oil F. A E. in for the company that they savv run out tho to board the they cried to hlm car took no that ho for ilio hit and was an ruad post under tho wah to the lie to tho Grand ho died on March Tho of the jury that do canm to bla death in tho Grand Union on Mareh oO by being on Maroh on Columbus by a snow plow car of tho Metropolitan Hailway tu board said and wo for not tions to We tho uf tho uar ali Aprii con has Ho la a sick 5mt its d afi criticai oh It wuh Saturday night until when bi A ijf d i ug tura in Ilie on John been in upon of which tho to bis lied to it in of I no chance for the 7,5 bis tu aii attack bo bui oh ami tho hus fought off tiw Bo Aprii und Statutory Stato of to Mr. atei i v h o a mattor of tho of thu hy the tax under or wholo wisa for over two Nono of the iu would nay to Xt otl tiie of that tho will be to take au tho of a Ili of tho IsHige of tho America in this are over Patriarcha iu of the country aro nnd of are over tho main of aro doing Is at to tho both of of tho and IN Report Small the April 8.Tl\einsurgentsplun nnd three stores at of Finar Tlie was conveyed to tho nearest Spanish and a forco of cavalry wai t In pursuit of tho The the near tho city of Pinar del Kio and six of under recently surprised a of troops at night advancing upon the But the of guerillas of village of and tiie of tho Del found out the deception anil lire upon the Tho the placo into a panic and In burn Ing live beforo wero beaten kft 29 killed In tho and in the morning tho troops sent out tc luad gravea of tho Insurgenta aud it that the With wound i1 ( ri hero s hay that the of near that on March 'M and siu i ii In entering tho place by the in Ho plundered r of and approached had been converted Into a Tho the of killed and 90 The loit nix and hml 17 to April art ing of tho society in A haw issued a t notice all of the notifying them that the to the next In Madison concert New York April and and not In Chicago aa of lli lato W. Judge has caused this chango in the Forner April of the gang of forgers who havo been In Now York August Co. out of lias In arrived hero on March IS from Ivey and nailed mi March by the April 8.-Tho Society of of tha will hold reunion thia year at Burling on the and 17th of Orand will be the orator and Captain Jack Crawford the tho SHORTAGES In tn to N. April 8.-~?><<nat'ons are coming fast In connection with tho Fort bank and the late Barn addition to the of the Clark have bwn tba another strange condition of In another estate Surrogate Commissioner In behalf of made a motion for the New Wot id prints double leaded editorial today iu which It asks whether tho h of the political that hnn led ttio to support will not compel nomination of Cleveland by thu Demo Tho World doM not that Is it It discussion of from towns of county Indicate that the have eight ond tho All tho towns voted on tho optional clauses of the law Iiil and and Kam Hampton returns went Tho for all kinds ol Active In April were hold In Cities atul of slate though tho nominated party The m a rule well at tho and iu had places on tlie No havo yot been In CilU in la any summary of tiia uf uio throughout the The election wero for on strictly lot nnd in many in both and wero hi tho of George Barnard's estate to an of the estate of Hyde left in Barnard for Mrs. An Inventory of the estate filed by showed ita value to 140,(lOO personal Including In atock of the Fort valued at 118,000. lii alleged that all that can be found remaining of tho estate 1 ono of The Issued an order For N. April H. The charter election wm hold Every thing waR is Hm tho not being reduced to chango tho of tho Lake April haa elected Fratik J. Arthur C. E. Isaac W. and Thomas Kearns as delegates the For April 8 of tho Delphi ho Ninth General Wallace Wia In April 8,Tluiio no doubl ticket by fi largu are mt tbird nn of Militant of tho of repr the d. t In the of E. C. President of tho a set of tho of grand from its inception to thc April H from uays W. who Miss hallie Emma Owens Sunday was removed to The guard around tho jail are still on duty men came but cool the a Bobb requested to call Immediately tho superior a worn in the election U. A. elected mayor by a majority The board la wholly of CURRENCY April 8.Th of Ibe joint financial Smith and woa by an of 4.0*. from throat trouble and have been by speak on In the debate dett for tonight has off Mod champions will meet next in Albany on to the that he had not always for He said wan he waH rly opp hod by on count of Ho said that two hani voted against His vote ho tho tabling of a frw coinage personal Mr. Crisp launched Into silvor of the Interior on ho said at the to tho that I am opposed to the tuo of both gold and I In favor of that system which will give m tho use of I that col of silver will give and I plauded and his produced prolonged Ono in to a demonstration with li half a be made In three The of are James a and E. C. It la that all now is a farm on Uvea and may Iw levied to pay up the also regarding tho manner in thu The Widow of Hughes filed I inventory with showing that the thus left in valued at nearly According to tho and claims Mm. previous to she him Pj an accounting and bo produced to show that lio had in bis of tho and for the After death John R. Edwards as and according tp hla with tn Bhow how the rest of the Is in the antl it depi nd upon tho amount of how much of thai will bo Barnard wm also of the After April 8.The appropriation which the attention of the senate for a Vim passed by that body Just previous to entire with the a at devoted to debate and voting upon the proponed to the the Wolcott for the on this again took the form of a the of and Wiis in by Allen and Stewart and rather ami Allen and Wolcott criticised Secretary for his j in the ruid replied to by Mr. Hlit The ami was by a voUs George tho largest land in New York who in 1887. By an of tho court Mr. Barnard to of tho catato with Manhattan Trust company of New York order alno required him to lilo with tho county clerk of county every a Bworn of condition of the affairs in his IftHi made 3niy 1895. It showed that wag on the Trust m of the Clark and that thoro was on deposit at tho Fort total cash on hand of li 3 now on only Tho 8uppo!seii to in tho Fort 1 actually liy an overdrawn account Clark died soon after he the Tlie creditori of tho Clark liow the practically Mr. Barnard July it to havo nearly on of bank is one of Mr. iu estate estate of Iato V. Seldun is alao on tho Mr. a few years a largo in this BARTON Meeting With Best III April a. following was from Clara president of the ' Bed Crosa who In charge of tho relief work In April Kew ot and 3 aud oa ' typhoid sud other from car which meeting with splendid n Ho nor aad The between and For April 8.-ir Donald Hudson Bay by hit in tho tho company to their in tho to out for who trying the North and to get well aa the and Indians in to him hig aid in their house the day a to Ok of and by adoption of rootHe July 1, and a proposition that the ut with the District of the of creating ft publie library In the of of 1 si ill hi a ii - C. W. of on I weights and who much M pi in a man's stomach which makes hita and and unfit for or pleasure .by like covert a of iu Wherever it it is by tlie of refuse Nuture has unable to rid In such wim lg down a .bv Out of Dr. to out of tbo little will a very and act as a Two aire It will A ad the u the tlie Dr. ske claves an t- n Don't let a talk you iato tUo you liad belter not tlx y in so a troc io 7 wnl to crie
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