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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 29, 1893, Wellsville, New York XIII No. 281 WELLSVILLE N. Y. SEPTEMBER 89 1893. Copy Two lias not by in iin or liver to carry PREVENTION AND CURE nIS to New Vol K. ' Chicago and leave for a. to cars to Cincinnati and 1: i 1 in. Daily accommodation for at for to Sala connection at for p. for to ami a. m. for New connecting at for on 10:1^' a. for ior New and 1:17 p. in. for New in. for connecting for points on 7;00 p. in. for and New p. New York at New York 7:5<) a 2. 10 and 13 have cars ami day to iiii East or For local tsr 11. T. 111 I. General or gives quick action to ilio livor and bilo by a mild of the It nn purgative or griping but tako take Liver a vict im to for my only wan in usis of Liver to inc. I of lint my wholo M. Z In on U. KiaUN like 1 ssn en r M nu nu li n mil ' 1'Mi'iMi nt inno I t 1 ' Il ( ft - 1. jtf H-t can u ' alfil loi d- tai t 1 ft 1A ' WM E. A. N. Bridgi IL % 1>. fi. act iH our We au ail .il H 1-trv Ute will tivat yoa 1 U W of all eau live ut and woik Auy Jni ito nt a. .Il nui 3ioiili. ao are Militai .as work for us alni v tarli to on with HO i ill brj Ulan will r your Why not? can and at work fur niv ont no Two nic ont. T nere is no 1) RESUMED ON THE FEDERAt ELECTIONS on Is A by In - Alco tlin Inning 0 on the federal elections hill taken up in the 11!.) expressed his gratification to be a on both Hides of tho arguo question calmly ami Ho would not discuss Even if it were iie that there was power in tiMi government to tho system of 1/iVtH which it was now to it was not tho true that for of a century after tho adoption of thn federal had been no trace of laws and had bcon no of the of power by the federal If there had been a time when these laws were of nse time for that uhc had The laws bail to the race no. appealed to force and not to i. were nn to - and be ia the most in tho houso and jhe reputation when he took the in to the IIo hesi ill the outset to the Hi the climax of all uniT and vicious in It rejK all that was and dear to the Ann I an t oti in a ni the Democratic that laws and raised a lauch by Mr. Bailey as the of Then to the parly lie to that party as a party God Almighty iu bis inscrutable had permitted to but never permitted to that tlie waH tlie of it the to the tower of A roat A was being aimed at purity of the Tiie people would assert would take witli irresistible 01 tlie ratie party and hurl it from his witli a at 1 inar h e recently sent by Governor Walte to Thla letter a from the on the land for the Intervention ot in behalf ns validity of tho Mr. ai the court had decided this casa in 0/ there wsh nothing for to do but to The caw no within the of the interior department and ftR tho wm with did not appear to fio any for 2. - Tho the following Lea of to ho land in consul Luther Short of at Also a largo number of collectors of and BANK of the Commar Hank N. Sept. 20.Frank B. in tho Com is a defaulter in tho snm of Tho was discovered by Bank B. S. W. who counted the which wax to hn When confronted by Anthony Kendrick ia Raid to have broken down and of tho Fidelity and Casualty of New York city here in response to information that was short in his Tho company ia on Kendrick's bond and nut a warrant for ar Tho defaulter gave appeared before County A. J. North lup and gave bail in the sum of 110,000 to before the grand pleading guilty ami waiving is Raid to have been dealing extensively in stocks and this is thought to be the cause of his Ho is a native of this city and has always bornt announcement of his defalcation was a great aa ho has been prom with several banks iu thia city alwayn holding of Again Walk Sept. 29.Tho switchmen and yardmen of tho and road quit work again last The men claim that they struck as individuals and without recognition by This act ion aaa com plete as committees representing the and the committee to abide by the decision their at the time tlie was There are again ra mors of a general but these are dis credited by the railroad Ul by E. B. n I ' 1 i ii be a. Mr ja one- ( V a 1 An at Coni ral OF ALL Ceiling and Brack East Main Bull uni ' t Aver 111' a - near ami l only circular every to not in for No. 488, to him on the of began by a reference to courtesy accorded lini who had juat to make a argument the federal dec tiou Be then the actions of the lie hoped to flee wn3 absolutely for the of the It not power into the of any without that party for party could not to in Democratic had found an it found tar iff it had found money .it Inul in the laws which federal interference with It waa the duty of tho Democratic party to act the opponents of it was a but it a majority of tlie people tlie At the of Mr. was re in the senate and Mr. tlie ho had been for aa very few in the a was bad at tlie of Stewart Mr. almost for having been at He declared that it the would tho restoration of ilie law fur free coinage of goUl tiie repeal be nnd shake bands across the chasm and home for a wook or But no com promise less that offered Or iiy the people of tlie of liis into various ho t hr he and said t be will ing to tjo un his s-h he not of the by than in. lie was to Be only wished to to file I Harris ( of on to thw senator Indiana lot us go inlo session at this assented to and went into executive and then Sept. 21.Tho railroad haa for the of tho New New and Northern railroad from Leg Point on the Harlem river in New York to a of 52 there to connect with the York nd New England President of mover in enterprise by it is proposed to have a new through line between New York and strigo OH thv HAi Sargent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen is in receipt of a telegram from the committee at that the vote of the Big Four em ployes was to a and that the trouble had been impending now No particulars of tho settlement have been sent to him further than that no strike has been 21.Dep ty F. P. Lazina has arrested two imai supposed to be a part of the gang that wrecked tlie mail and of the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Gulf port. One gave his name as W Young from tho other C T. from Va. One of them had two railroad switch keys in They of ali in Leavening U. S. Gov't RESULTS IN DEFEAT FOR for at agreed to give Mr. Walbaum another chanca at hli Lamplighter five pounds in tbe ' an Winner by Fop to N. The match between Marcus Daly's chestnut colt G. brown colt Lamplighter took at this yesterday afternoon iu the presence 15,000 easily vanquished the son of Spendthrift and la as true a run over occurred in tho history of the winner wai ably ridden by Snapper allowed Fred who lad the mount ou to pace to the head of the stretch and n fast clip it and there he let ont n link on Tammany and tho race waH chestnut liia rival in three jumps and the kind of IV winner in tlic fast time of 2:00W. Thia time a track for tho spurred and urged to finished three lengths behind tho match was for to which tho Hudson County club added a purse of thus making the to tlie hilltop began A vast crowd camo from tho rail electric cars and in faet every known kind of vehicle and surged tho gates two before the boU for the first race wan in favor of the match The weather was perfect and tho track was dry and Neither or pense had been to have tho condi favorable for a perfect test of the merits of the judges for the day wore Joseph J presiding and Colonel S. Bnice and J. E. of Washington he received hia but bin friends were making felt in the betting warmed up ia colors and received an In the betting ring at the opening the chalked up 0 10 against each of the For a while the odds but then the crush of Tammany money forced the price of that horse at Fatal of a N. Black milk wan Hjul killed by IL Tho killing appears to have beSn cold blooded and although claims that ho was compelled to in It was the a quarrel over a load ot 21).Cassius the man who fired iivo shots froni the gallery into the crowd of the of three was brought into court charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to Ilia caso was continued until Oct. in bond of Will Nut Bo N. H. who appointed by the court to defend said that it had been decided not to havo a to her trial would occur at term of gave his namo said he eame at the White he wanted the president's did not think the 15o<Iy i Sept. 2U.The body of who from city a fortnight has been found in Onondaga committed W - of lami oibre to ot li For N. Sept. Charlen W. of Madison 7 to 10 was the best price on while as .as 11. to could be obtained all round tho ring on Marcus owner of sent a into the well posted said it amounted to at least bugle called tho to tho post 4:10 Tammany the to appear and was generously Lamplighter accorded the same ova They got away at 4:18. Taral im sent Lamplighter in front evidently having to make a hot tho stand was going easily n length a half in front but Tammany loped along behind in that long easy so peculiar to Around the turn they with no perceptible difference in distance between were as they went down tho bacii but Garrison made no move with Tammany until the far turn was reached he moved up to within a length of of they into the Here Garrison went to work on t be was nn terms with Up went nnii then it with cruel force 0 roared throats Again and again tho whip descended on welts on lii spura were the cf H were drew further and further away and fairly romped in an by three lengths in the fast time of 2:(He was naturally pointed at the of the race Mr. Baly if he would make another for the same the distance to r Mr. Daly had to rotho Lin to Iho stud 3U but Iao games as 4 0 ' fl 0 2 0 0 I T 10 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 S 0 0-4 and Rnd 0 0 3 I 1 0 ft 4 VJ 1 0 2 fl 0 i 1 0 0-4" 7 1 lain nnd I 0 0 o 0 0 1 4 u 0 a n n o o y fl nisd and At 0 0 n I 0 4-11 il 4 0 0 0 0 n a 0 and 7Jmmer; Weyhing H. 2 0 0 J 0 0 a u 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 fi 0- 7 in wui Nichols nd at Sept. Hanks failed in her effort to lower tha record Budd a cold north wind waa blowing the maro Tha first quarter done and when the half was gone in 1:; a went up from the big quarter was done in the as the but the not guided by the vtm seen to falter in the and last quarter was finished in tho 2:20 pace was the of tho Tho six heats ever gone in were The race record for a mare ao long held by and more recently divided by Prima waa beaten by May Marshall in the fourth and the event was Anally captured by the Hal 7 S 1 3 I 1 U 5 I 2 1 3 6 4. 1 4, 2;l.v;;, i. 1 2:1^4, Hanks to Time by 0 3 2 5 4 4 ti T to 2d 20.-H. C. Tyler made a new bicycle record - a- time on park yesterday afternoon in 4:15 which is 1) seconds faster the recarti by G. in last New Sept. 29.The from with tho cricketers ou has arrived of Fire ' - champion was from a fracturing his died an hour ' Sept. 2',,.ludgt hm City and P. Conklin of this city of the Mortgage Trust company of 40 Shoe C. T. a veteran shoe manufacturer and at one time fumons all over the country as first importer of Chinese contract has dieci and if your blood wero puro and in tho right yoa you ft blood It. All fiom a u pus u In t fonuM Tetti end witu iK Knd if it to o. voa
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