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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Wellsville, New York With Amuck In lt. THiy ft by Sept. 29.As of a by two Walter and Willie aged 18 are dead and four en are dangerously and negroes are dead and many dead Sheriff Claude B. E. Ed dangerously wounded Will Bond of Yazoo Valley Circuit Clerk Robert ' The trouble started at an early hour the morning when the Jones went down to and fired shots at randon their drunken and a were 1 When Sheriff Hammett waa informed of the trouble he started out immediately with a The negroes surrounded and barricaded in old house from they Rred continuously and killed the white who were attempting to capture the barricaded negroes jOne Brother r Walter was killed the and later In the morning Willie 4onea was captured and to a in front of the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley passenger The town of Harnston wah wildly excited from the time the trouble when the white citizens were killed the people formed in large aad went out to conquer the The battle was one of the most desperate recorded in a Southern com munity for many The two young apparently aroused to frenzy by over indulgence in giu or appeared suddenly m village shooting in every The sound of tiie and the whist bullets drew every to doors or windows fronting on the street and as quickly them back to 8| two through doors and as they ran approached the railroad sta tion just a train was pulling m. the and the were the only persons m and when the negroes sought to board the train the railroad op posed Immediately the negroes shot them this time many citizens had anned themselves and were In tite street running towards the railroad call had been sent rroni ' the and m the meantime Kingsley took charge of the negroes attempted to ilee and when pressed took behind some freight cars and lumber and stood off the white men Other negroes in the meantime had armed themselves and hurried lo the of their friends A pitched battle of windows were broken by bullets from revolvers and in the and several negroes and constable were When the bat lie was still on Sheriff Hammett arrived and hastily swore in a score of He then attempted to blind % two ago thv of the has H tiffed iu may but the School KoJi 01ii|d.tU!M Well thw be uWe to thls of work to other These nre the way for blind Kiris of the are wUb bnt W kind of will the of the board run by blind is at Central TUe Men's is n Il II house for of and as a hotel it The pay many of the 1 to be in nny one n or more of the he ik for over the Hnt he Itt ihe wMl if limi Cini Kirion is iirp noi in liv h IwM m n room nmv he lo the iin DIES AMONI Was Starved In Ghost ane Me - jit the lif the fire lie ils II result of t of t. k ilcn of at ill lilt Ml no jt Ot turn while two him Ind aq Once In Fifty-five - m the nf Mom five M w liK letr Simnis III to prevent the from ia ihe Joseph iM charged with of Israel body was the ot Harsh tie ot the man who was with the boy on the road leading golf He is a neighbor of the when by the that the boy had been in bla company several before he His is also stained Til tih an investigation to ascertain if Jhe blood crystals are the same as the murdered police also unearthed a possible motive for the when found married before and divorced and only recently had been threatened with as to hts past life if he did not give as the price of the attempt to extort money from the of the the police will not but they admit they have a clew would make It appear that if O'Brien did kill the he was possibly in the employ of those who wished to wreak on the child's SCHOOLBOY ROBS by of be an t in tlie of William is ded by the manaseis un form of nt S. U lev 5>lamu'i1 to lell on GRANTED MORE 1 the barricade had been im by the negroes and maite but was shot down and killed Without a chance for hie 11 In the added excitement which followed the white men rushed the i and were The Jones started the fled along railroad track with a posse of whites in pursuit and were captured a short from the A rope as the two now and pleading for were dragged lo the nearest railroad signal a band of their friends attempted to rescue Another pitched battle in which Claude one of tho deputy who was attempt ' Inf to dissuade the was shot and killed and others attacking band of negroes was and Walter Jones was i shot Later in the morning Joaes and infuriated then returned to seeking to drive every i out of the Versus terrible good for Jio lie It's it. for - IN SUNDAY'S law to miard Industrial goes in effect in New abandons action to of extradition to troin Pf km there regarding the five power loan and the with Hand Samuel or for the ot bv progress in J ob tains warrants for his two who are to have left town army of 5U.0O0 1 on who are not prepared to resist approach for active army dent Huerta lly ins promise of fair battalions of of of 11,un parade at Belfast to tha force resist P wealthy Passaic is killed and two of. his are maimed when his at a Paterson grade Felker Gives His Attorneys Two Additional C aya to Prepare N. H Sept. 2ft Felker Harry Thaw s an additional two mi prepare tile will not be filed until Oct The that his decision to extradite o' In him lus in will be ot Weil of next became n tile In lor Thaw expect to make tiie part of their laM Uie indictment assen that an not found though Jerome saui one cold which Thaw ud weeks HKO so i That lie was to I He coughs almost In New York 400 ot His Sept. 2U. a 17-year-old high school robbed the Cleveland department Store for which he as an errand boy of last Saturday and wiis arrested here with the money in pockets on a train yesterday told the detectives who caught him that it had ambition 10 enter Oxford and that he suddenly hand he could nor temp tut ion He had planned to sail on the at 1 a m. He had he I to tro to Oxford and enter a preparatory which could tit tor a an assistant of William store called and handed hini a of currency m of various trorn il to was to take tne to ihe O lice the Instead so ne ihe 'n trie an 1. a few purt a for New h fr at 7^.") o clock on m Fron on In U Train Action In Saving Two Girls From to Come Out on Platform Sergeant In Knife Sept. 29.Sergeant oi East 51st street station was perhaps aud ftf the Union Market was slashed on a Second avenue L train last night by Frank an Italian The attack upon the officers followed their action in saving two girls annoyance at the hands of and an equally flirtatious Annoyed Young Mcinerney and in citizens were sitting in the elevated train on their way down town when they noticed that two Italians standing on the platform were forcing attentions on two well-dressed inside and sit Sergeant Mcinerney called out to the young we'll see that no harm comes to almost ran into the car and the Italians trailed after snapped out something to the effect that If he came out on the platform he would get all was coming to as iho sergeant reached the the Italian whipped out a from his pocket and jabbed it Into Pulling out which hud a curved the Italian plunged it again into bowels and the sergeant crumpled up into a heap on rae Officer got me. yelled Mcinerney to who had started to the rescue As Dineen in the jabbed at his middle the knife and the sharpe blade into the heavy leather A wrench of the bl uie sent the curved point through 8 causing a wound in which three stitches were put grabbed bv the left arm and the Italian him across right hand with the the officer to get a grip on his and dropped the is said at hospital that would went home after his wounds were to a of of the the are early in the 9fttii after the of the will ilae districts will probably faU In day or two over the but no In 4tl)ree-tion are of the Rocky tions will be early iu the week with rain Monday in the Central and the great the portion Upper Lake Region and in the South and quite generally on Tuesday or Wednesday over the Eastern and Southern portions of the except over the extreme northern The Central and to the Northwest fair prevail after Tuesday until late In the when unsettled conditions are again will be warmer today in the Central the Lake Region and the East and probably about the of the week in There are no present indications of any unseasonable cold weather during the Levy 1 That He Hatf denee of More Campaign to Take up Cwe Sept. 29.Aaron-J of assembly board of which preferred the RUSH CURRENCY Week Will See Important Development m Administration Sepi jll week IS likely to de in regard tn h ll sits KiRns ol tiie disposition on pait of some senators in action on tills before to a down u tii WITH HEAVY Takes - Pound Passenger for Spin Lake Krie n' w SIX ni i lank ii iif Ml ii f ile on and alios e the w pounds and the on i an SELL ALL System Expected to 01 vorce Itself from Other Interests Besides Sept. 29. the ac tJon of the Pennsylvania railroad company in disposing of its anthracite coal holdings will be followed by an announcement that the railroad baa divorced Itself from all outside companies In It has proprietary was the belief in railroad the news of Mr. Rea's an spread through the finan claJ district it was thought that would be said to the selling of the extensive Cambria Steel stock No such statement was however The Pennsylvania railroad interested tn coal proper t ea in the early it explain ed that when this policy was adopted the Pennsylvania aud railroad companies deemed It for their future welfare to inter ested in coal Off on Lecture ot Stale Bryan ieil Washington shortly arter church yesterday for he was tc a in the town J ne of the sec of state was heralded all by little blue and white dodgers that announced hia in tention to be at 2 p ni which wound up with this | la announced that for Mr Hrvan t mwn to Albany thU new evidence against the He also will report to the the prosecution that he has subpoenas on new pear at the Mr. who part of the day in oblige of the impeachment waa noi ready last to discuss in detail the new evince which has been since arrival in the he did say that much Important work has been He admitted la to questions that he had evidence more to Up New have dug up new he for am opposed to ftling additional charges the It is likely to hamper ihc there is no need of It finder the present ruling of the court which is ready to receive in regard to Uie conduct of 1 the of the neW except to say that here has been exceedingly was asked what would be done in regard to James C. for contempt by the I am told by Mr Garrison's paid Mr Ite ready to We have no desire to Mr Garrison In if he will came forward and tell the wishes is that he purge by telling the no whether it hurts him or any other If he has proof he should produce it. If he has not he must withdraw does not until one week from (i we cannot take up his pnor to that SUMMONED wiil be no all il is fliat the test the pj that tie hi ti railed to and oT his fear that m u to detrai t funi ihe w hie ft tie on Cattle Raiders Sept ma f v. ho on cattle h h- 'll I .Ml Business Men of New York to Be Present at Court - t Israel i uu ol lue business uien iii OI K Inquiring lo Oe pi ai ihe coroner h courc iday as a panel Ironi to se | led a jury tor the inquest into j ol i whom haij con that iie coroner s reason calling so I a last | ih tu provide iii i of corpus i of ' ( Feinberg believes that | juries would lie guided by ot this jury F I ( to be } spent the in hib in lied and looking at On the j of hib sees no callers ' Murei friend ' rT 's lio w i a it that he 'n on side of the at the lut el V seats Albert Fast Sept. Sir Albert Fasi ot the of ish died today He was bori ai 15. 1840. League League Kirk 7 7 - 7.H 4. inc. 11 uati 7 1 of I men w to prevent further for Ihe and Judge Truly Hp responded and took charge o' the which was ordered to scatter through districts every one they to leave tho village as 4u|ckiy and quietly as fierce hand to hand in TO of ' killed ami iree The killed two fr Stanton of ( juth wati Ml This is the first case of in j section of the Returns to on N Jii tu j time nnd thai he to i prtn e the can do all or more than has the ' do abroad is having the and biplane and purposes prove it thai can he rivaled or Beat 2'.! I fith bis 1 and ihe ' ' of the I i .i to 1 the i the got the ' and fanned out ' to the Vork ' team % iu thti fot and struck out 1-1 nv the and after first The their run in and the rutiner i sent the resi of circuit on o I k 111...I. s At i 1 U 1,1 1 i 1 K ami ' Ui I i J Human Interest Story Not Likely to Be Heard by Impeachment Sept for the managers clared last ihe court impeachment not permit lo recite on the ' human story ia I an on the part ol Charles aud local leaders the stale to rid of rnor a of up to such a on tlu of lasl that were tn i ni ber ot tbe siate state ( k t. F M with a view theve locai itie labor at tlie ot vile of Hall to vote fur Sulzer S lof ii .ii is adit could be il 1 trou St was abouT the connivance i i 1< aders and that and his iio of court of articles of d u last ' If i il and not as Te high of o. er T. 4, i. p ( thaf testimony for V. bc in bv and that the be in the and a by irt reached by the middie by Gagnier and THE arid ix I 1 - e-i aM
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