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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - May 6, 1896, Wellsville, New York NAME Paid H. B 1896. Of Im 8WKr4 of of who 6zpttd he meeting at 8 o'clock la to in had A drink with ta m Mioon in tho Bame building Ihon in order lo Disease 30 O. W. postmaster of and a had severely troubled heart ever Rinco army at tho close of the late I troubled and short riesH of f could not sleep uu iny left and had around my 1 ill I much and fortunately my attention was called Heart decided to try it. made a in my and five have completely cured W. r. Ind on a wiil 6 for or It will prr on m of May 6 M tho Iwo haTing In | and wars will now be in hearing tho of tho bridgo to tho only throo tho 9 and 8 o'clock on 81, and of a who Jackson on 81, to take ft nn ho had but ono more to for tbo by tho fur Toi un tarli y carao to Nelson and to make a full to tho that had to on stand as n for and hmi tho which Trusty with tho that ho im irmi from for in of hfa has nut yot determined What ho in tho W. of who to the bad of John and the obier In tho afternoon did not bring John tho into court to make of tho of William 11. V f fC Trusty and him to sworp It. I Sewea or DEAD AHD May of tho thai j tho occupied j by and on tho and with flats on tho four oi workmen removing tho till about when from and Walnut Fourth IN villace of la Iho of Pinar dal m M the In al La Mm and 8tir. of and h 8,000 of tobacco at aflor two a of killing many of bave the of by an with tho exception the machinery San Miguel de the to blow up a train Ijy the nm of luckily the infernal or prepared for that did not explode after the had tho for the meeting mi the to this North a oysters and drank a of both of which wero sent to him from a afterward ho of for drank but In bin chair and Tho worn and aru now tho room In which the colonel The body will remain thoro until the end of tho which will take place growing Hint Colonel North dli d from a of not heart nn nt first aiui that and drink at the bar probably were the direct of tho f r -i 1 wilh fj down for a cotica 1'!;;':. as ot herb the nit wasted I I 1 iriK Iti Why Pennyroyal and I you ntht r Til is AMERICA Solid and Cars for It by and eliciting from him a tUat William and aro the defonso James Smith all of tho Caldwell of which H. Jackson is All had that H. the vem from 11 o'clock Jan. until 8 a. m. 1 in a and could not driven tho cob to tins of tho r. On tho they nil that drill of tho guards wan on Friday and on on thu waa j throe in an and ' they arc In Newport All thrue lliam of tho a he for thu llo HUUl tho and that It not rund to Heart tuul William tho ho Imd no the drill nt Friday In to allow 11. to mako thut with and Pearl that ho ha'S with such important bit of Into was that of D. ut on Fifth Hcott to his at 7 a. m fho of and bark ho had on tho with owu etory that oi 1 to to have of the handing up to thn Jameson raid which paints tho in the plot In still than havo made by tho Transvaal it Informal that the intention of Dr. to upon to President Krugor and then t-o proceed fco Johannesburg with tho president aa a So May roport von and secretary of thn ai was to bo German minister to Mexico by tho North which stated thai If had that on Nov. 1 Baron Von Ir to thu minister to who baa as own request on account of In May 6.I'rincess of the Crown | not In that list promptly and Prince was kept had Iwon made In the of through which Tho great mma of debris supported walla and its removal the walls to bulge out so that a calamity been momentarily from both of tbt When the cleaning foroe and foremen were away it wm that noverai in the debris and of but the with tho building Inspector that 1o*h of life to the workmen was if worn pot up against tho walls and The work of tearing down adjacent 1 with all those utili in tho had to bo loft to and no more are likely to taken out There have been eight dead and seven are A do proprietor of tbo cafe in which 5 years S. Wema from for lain 8eaman. H. La many moro Included in the list of during the but those who are are generally believed to be in of all have bo published that definitely thai Ihe famous leader who wounded at the engagement fought at died on the following The Almansa operating in thn Ban district of in a which Just taken The doctor and ono were In tho six ' have been in a the captured eight i The guerilla forces of havo killed lour Lieutenant an i In the of j killing 10 of the Major the military governor of this provini has He foil Into an Insurgent of an in U. 8b FOR Delegation to be Instructed For and ALBO INDORSE 8ILVEB to With thm nf May after tho arrival here of tho admiral of Ihe tho court-martial of tho on the will 1> Mr. tho correspondent of 1 the only American among according to tho official Tho of the United Mr. on account of btwn but it is thought thai his life will be cousin of the reigning were married at the palace of In May 0. There wore 17 now ciwa of cholera and 11 from that ot tho trial of J. Watson tho boy traiti Iti H. of West was tho in the ho waa guing on a Nov. Ho naw ou hia traiti oti the way io They in litica ftt 4 p. m. objected to tiia The was atul of N. employed by A. tif litica as a he a Yuung A revolver tu Hildreth and Plato on Nov. 8 11 whow a ncar where the to a revolver lu r Tho revolver to the aa tho the Wero thrown while tho were through tho noi in on the was not Thls wm and d e noti ita for tho that tho until a. m. when bis wero to be Tho roquest wati Frank for the opened tho thls fui for l v m. S I lin I Il I 1'. -n ti Ni vv j. ni No 1-. K m. for Cor ami New New fis Ht tuay tw from ur r 1- v. l York Now tn Reach Over 8100,000. May 0.it la reported what is to bo good authority the d by th of found in of J. until recently of tho together with Bulli to have by tho auditing in general thu tip to action the will take In the buy not 1>.hui mude Mr. upon he considered to warrant thu removed him find Hinco ho was removed from his hf in tho city and is HaUl to as are tho for a thorough and May 0.Tho Alumni uf tho of celebrated the anniversary of tho university tho of tho The took at MusSo The wero foi lowed by ifc banquet at tho boto 1. I to police Inquiries have been made at tho of who aro and there been nothing Been or known of them for over 24 of the injured except John who are doing well at tho of the most prominent of the la C. F. president of the Wall Paper Ho to outer saloon on way and it thought be had did nul m usual at place of was mado at his and It that ho hati not Tho his body when called but they that ho was dead and that it to ihe body without own wan Bitting in a drinking of and paper when the Thia in indicated by the present position of his which is held in tho Ho was ono of the men of tho body of Kennedy was aleo by the workmen In the but not be asid none of in the can bo until the danger from the ia removed 0 injured not by tho from the in pro vio UH There aro 10 victims at tiie All are doing well Olga Even Willard K. Cook and Sidney who wero considered aro now It Ih that Mrs. aud foot are badly will not and May 6. Hill added another to the bond in K in the Mr. author of tho that ho week to force n vote by holding the senate in session until the resolution was of. It WBM thai wero not disposed to submit lo tho of a protracted and possibly an ail night and Mr. Peffer did not carry oui announced He that tho would ia doubtful In view of Mr. to 8. tho bond and the administration of tho The alMo criticised Mr. Sherman for approval of the the of four an defeat house on to the to tho the number to Mr. ex-chairman of tSie tho and bis pica economy with m to the of tho for this next the of tho ably After Home Mr. and Mr. Cumminga the voted 141 to 81 to in tho Tho was to A special waa adopted 13lb, the of private 10 debuta to bo givan to are ItO privato May 6 Call Republican convention called to order by P. B. chair man of the central and W. R. Arthur of Pasadena wae unanimously elected lo temporary When escorted to the platform Mr. Arthur that It evident the oon vention had determined to St. absolutely lo Mo This with prolonged The convention Ihen look a to permit the to name his U that John D who kiat tho head of a delegation from Ran and who is fostering the boom in made a bargain with the Houthorn California by which will agree to tlie of McKinley by the convention and in return will tho of tho San 4 o'clock the convention and after the appointment of tito usual until Bo far there has not been talk of but il believed that will some Women and resolutions will also bo the adjournment of the congressional conventions wore hold 10 elect to St. In thn Daniel Colo of Sierra and A. B. Lemon of Santa were lo resolution was indorsing was an to send but tho McKinley was district convention adopted m resolution declaring that the to she Instructed for Johnson of Sacramento and of tho district mi Dennison of and A. A. wero and instructed for Fifth convention elected William of Francisco and O. A. Hale of San Jmb deb to tho national with instructions for In district Jasnes was nominated by Tho platform adopted indorsed courBe In declared for free a ratio of 16 to 1, and the to tho national to for McKin ey for president aa long aa thure u reasonable for hid iS. of f. of Ban wero indorsed for at Harvey Lindley of and L. J. of Monterey were elected to St. of 4be and m 5; 6. i; 4. 5; Temmler Cincinnati 8. 15; New 11. 0; L 6; 8; 6. Pigeon N. at tho occupied by of wing who am of the inanimate target thai ever taken plam in this The which will continue for throe was Inaugurated by a powder company in order to bring out tho Imi talent in the States and thereby Mettle for at any the much oh to who wm to tho American at clay events were on the program for ench nf the four days of Sive of them Iwing and to in tho In ail the added money in addition to of a silver cup valued for the contestant whoso average in tho proves lo be the at is about to bo liera to the pince of the Jewett iMt Ih to be and by Michael J Bannister ot bought tho where will bulli and A laid Mr. Byrne already haa IS or Hi well Bonnie of May spring tsf tho board of review of Trotting opened at the Tha ducket la. made up principally continued .Mt light to westerly shifting to easier Jr. or May on finance a hearing persons who the for In the were usado by W. W. of wiio 1 a of J. Van of Vt. W. Henshaw ot IUI ex porter uf butter aud and of They the on general ground that it cunto m plated ft meritorious contending that only wore used in making N. and Surplus F. H. J. Asst. F. JOMES C. A. Vice A No F DU E. ai r. ho would occupy about He thought that would bo sworn by Thursday go that the caso could bo summoned upon morning that it may go to tho Jury Ho would not state how many ho order of Judge Jailer Owena baa weighed each of tho charged with train weighs 115, Plato 134 and of May 6. - Aldrich Underwood contest from tho Ninth Alabama district was by 4eoWe4 il favor N. May lied Men in bere elected tho vico C. L. J. A. A. G. E. T. South Olene and Joseph It was to hold tho annual meeting uf tho great of the stato of New York hero on Aug. 11, aud woro to completo day's uf the general convention of the Now opened with a of new church This and the of wero referred to a consisting of of six clergymen and hIx The national for building tho of In city submitted its report that church waa y and the total of ground and building to 11)3,46-1 bad beisn This a of and 8ui>-Borlptioiirt were urged in a of lield prior to regular E. of to deliver Iho next annual before that In ia quito evident la tho convention that there will be friction over of thu for the ensuing year with the of the present Intending to Tho of Mr. Enright of aye quito be wUl be aa on the first but the delegates from Erie and Genesee counties merely smile and say forward rt fourth of tho conference great boily still unorganised for tho transaction of The on tho eligibility of the women occupied tho entire and BO far aa speakers ore there no of a to bring to a of tho laymen anxious to the and it is probable that a motion will be offered today debate at 13 If that done it Ih probable that s vote will 1 reached today or the thing tomorrow May Jury In the trial of with tho of in the Second tho fourth to elect national which wna hold woro adopted tho financial attitude of Cleveland and the candidacy of for tho The delegates Burnett of and Dr. U H. of Frank Hook of aud Henry of an on the Contrai lu New York fur a two The held in tho session a joint the Home ary The were m Cur Esperii uco aa a la M. Faith In Cen Gould of Cornell WHb Nkw May Mary E. Gaf late of N. Y was in this city at tho of Ibo Syracuse mi a In that city charging her with It is that she appropriated belonging to her Sbo is of having drawn thai amount of money from a Syracuse bank and to have her home in tho company one Charles a ia her May William Vernon leader in tho of made a at the banquet of the National Literal In be promised to the government in raid In she te every comer of tte eonie by those who been into by Dr. Favorite on of been relieved of the drag of weakness aud made and by without humiliating of examination oa by The by sei is seldom there is no why women submit tii Pierce's Favorite Prescription is of and ia ia any of the It exerts a wonderful healing ami It ia tonic for tlie whole and is almost an infallible 8 the irregularities atel of these be trouble of doctors patients for or kidney when the real ness is in the organs and no can come till they perfectly and ia boCh function is
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