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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 28, 1896, Wellsville, New York 111 in ' ruT 37, 28. At m. ratn or coid no. 23. n. Saturday November ss m of tlie Nov. iiS W. H. report tho of New York Is a of that opon the of facts can bnt Governor Morton to to Is wfT and fho report Itself Is of n being 8cparatHy. is no to one of the til the that the that the not In any way for the of and that he took every to and the in no does either condemn or the it be that that of under the not watched as even In he tlie sheriff and and of was always with when charges lit in and in sis counts and tlie most and Important wan Sheriff with having ity laxness incompetency three pristine rs f-o first disguise and this particular In the tlie not only took but for the of the at N. of New who is to Biliy of round at the of Myer's has at train for tho place 10.____ a Apthrop as a lie was the in his resident e he fell and Kt ruek He wus died a few hours BY THE CHAIR mid that Mayhew had that he I had run Snatched From woro tho men General He further Sing Sing. JOHN A. Timi of wmi Mea TRUNK AMERICA Solid and to m. No. SoMd md in rt. No. 7, daily for i d t to u. m. No. 3, ut ml to to ami for lira p. m. tor lU fot p. m. No. 1, Ksf iTs for Ck and at all to for to Pittsburg and in. for m. No. d train for New York and for and for voluta un p. Jrt No. It. for New p. m. No. 1, for on tu. for Cor No. 10, New Yorii at York 8:0 a. Vestibule Information mav be obtained from or from H. T. Main York 0, 0 l. O. O. every evening in Hall ia Opera L-M a. o. o. No. 12-: l. O. O. F. mml Ist and Srd of each at Odd soc. Emma Nov. 28.I.a\vycra Charles Brooko and W. Tempie a of in the case of Arthur awaiting death In Sing Sing and an to show a now trial should not tho The stay was of the hi his and it is at 10 o'clock morning in the is under sentence to some time during the week Nov. d who la a was on April of tho of a well-to-do of on March wiis d in Long litland city before and conviction was due to an affidavit made liy hin A. also a of who swore that lie had seen strike with a uid after fatal lilow had R ruck M tlie the and his with hini ( time the It is j lit statement in lio was tiie witness stand the trial of Mayhew to answer any The district asked for an adjournment of a day that lie confer with the wiio was also a an hour's adjournment ami tile witness was taken into II it is iiy the district wiio a talk with Waynes to say anything when he was put on the stand and it not almost every effort to make him talk that lie finally to the in his written ibi guilty to in the and was to for at his trial by Lawyer John 11. An al was and court sustained the Tho date for tiie the appeal was it was for Mayhew to be down and ( who tlie execution for some next was after the appeal had lKien decided Brooke and into tlie Mayhew told his he was an innocent man and that he felt sure that Waynes would without letting iiiiii po to the lie that liati fi lightened into The two lawyers visited in imt he was sullen refused to have to visited him a time with no better and Impe of since ail new trial depended upon Unit lie had j were last Wednesday by that Waynes was to them und make a i to tiie and an from him I in the form of an and iiy Waynes in 's John Waynes gives in detail tm tlie night Was demonstrating that at the time of tiie trial lie ' ' did not meet I did not kill Mr. as 1 at 1 liave since Informed Mr. Powell was that evening 10 and was not with during After the story of his arrest on of lieen locked up for two or three weeks whm 1 a tlie of tlie county in Island He told lie had a talk and that had up to tlie as he juul Mayhew liad to him lie had killed Mr. and hud told hlm I had kept watch while lie did It. He that he had told the and he saiti I ret if 1 told tile same 1)U( I would be very He thi told iiim l tiie and hid behind tho waiting for Mr. Powell and when Powell came along had Mill out him and that I had Mill into the and looked up mid that he had no of killing tho I denied that any of these things hatl and sent hack to A FAR or two after to me. He mo up or four Two other men were a and a notary McDougall took US Into a little room and all that had said that and McDougall that Mayhow hati owned up to all of thew I have known you two or three and I want yon to get off a light he only way for you to do Is to has up otherwise If you any Weyler a of false Bnt that you will get tho worst end of thin statement of the jailer and In view of what Dote had said to mo In the Bamo I made a aH to the occurrences on the night when Mr. Powell was following nearly as I could what No Campaign nov. Tho Interview with General Weyler at Havana discussion up otherwise If you that tho any serious n told me Mayhew had My Is had an | inent was taken down In and I army of while tho to it. I made that In the manner I because I believed from was told aiQ Uy Dote and that It was the only thing for me to do to protect I now declare that that was entirely in so far as it Implicated either or In the killing of Mr. then In detail the of He said that he at first to stand by tho statement that had the but that the to Idm that ho would In a worse tlx than the man who struck tho blow if ho his forhis life and that ho be put on trial for the and that he suffer the extremo he merely consented to stand by He did not go into details as to the manner in which the crime was when placed on tiie he merely that his original was and this he claims to he feared for his life in avse he altered his first hurried to New York with this and that Morton was at his in with Mr. tlie governor and showed him denial of the truth of his evidence at the governor Morton said he not to interfere In the after the courts had recommended the lawyers to apply at once to trial judge for a and this waa done tho Paid President Weyler that ho is satisfied with the of his campaign in del He announces that he went over all the northern hills and occupied the Nov. 28.Tlie news that Judge of tlie supreme court had grunted a stay to was not received with any surprise at the action had been anticipated and Sage withheld tiie for the They all and when the of the the Tiie learned the argument in tho case will take place on In Long where May hew was convicted j Keogh Will hold defeats thf the Colored On Nov. 28.The Broadway wiis well with a crowd of the sporting element from this and ot her Many of them long distances to witness tin* 20-ronnd contest George Dixon of Boston and Erne of for of the Dixon and Erne met in this city the result then was a that time the of both boxers have claimed that man the of that disputes liave as to their respective men in the pink of No time wiis lost In getting together tiie fighting was the In the early rounds Dixon's rushes on who was to once ' or but later on the ButTalo up and from that time to the his In the latter part of the all tlie lietter of landing and defending himself more cleverly his At times fighting was fast tind furious and in rapiti exchanges Erne almost came were loud for a when the was inU the referee decided In favor of There was plenty of cheering very little when the was rushed shook with Dixon lie was of t liose who the one of tiie hottest ever swn in the less than Of course it would tiie to give open battle to but did fight them their positions in the in nearly every encounter the forces of the positions hidd by the ( Lilians were and the now They are ' j of no material to tho The any number of in the and it is for Weyler to dislodge As a matter of Weyler Returned to Havana worsted His men were at Maceo is too a general to put men against of the enemy in the but ile has got the liest of every may also for me that Jes when lie that all the strategic joints in Pinar del Hio are in his it is not so. It is also nearly ill of men wiio all valuable or of military havo in the districts where Weyler I nothing to complain of in tho of the people of the United A is not to voto unless lie per and all tho in Cuba are from The ail and so do their clerks they pay any tax or who is in the of Weyler as see 1er is going to take to the said is he ought to The last time lie started out damage he Was to kill women children and farmers who were not iit All this talk of about Maceo and his men from their strongholds is only Weyler must do something and as made no against the Pinar del wildly in order to give tiie impression that iie did s I am that Cuba is I o and I guess so in Nov. 2.S.The Madrid the anxiety of all as the meeting of at Tlie strongest intervention In even from tiie friendliest the contend 1m> a tacit of would prefer risk of a with the of this city annual services to Of eight were the victims of a in on With few Cuban resilience imd portraits of liio students decorating These were as Were the fronts of many of the * Niill at Storm Nov. he wires to bring which has raging in the and northern Minnesota for the past Tho Is the worst known for many following ials give nomo Idea of Its blizzard this ever has fallen at Intervals for piled info huge drifts by a high and till traille is storm still Mercury tit Thursday No trains and business at a stand N. with even All and north Northern Pacific train due here Thursday morning still stuck at stuck in a drift four j miles cast of Valley Tiie coast t arri veil from St. but could not be sent snow drifts in the streets here are 10 feci It the worst storm for five worst ever here has raging since About two feet of snow has this the storm has snow in places 10 i Traveling is Thursday's train is stuck here in the N. snowed hero almost since In Nov. 2b.--Acyclone northwest of in a on switch was off. A was destroyed an old been blown crippling a er awd houses on C. Irwin's were blown down one on tlie killed and Sam Clay were The woods near an- strewn and train 3!! mile of ta king ou a woman ind of tlie i of of life and not A rain has fulling for 10 SI or m in Kent Nov. 2s,A storni Wires down and all aie by Ing at and was A long t he in is A man and child in lilis it is were blown into the river and lie at was A factory the Mas partly ia Leavening U. TRADE Outlook as PROVES Confined r For 1M!7. lo lias and stille ly ( of lu ground stock Will rc Stan m. heavy st i irm t lie - I rom I tion in tiie er of driven hy of tlie Ti and fear is i 2s.-~'l"eiegraiihje and South Dakota irt and sleet iby a In Konat tlie will he lo the of day over Detiver in since prior to year ta iu in In jlle lant 21 are fallen 17 tlu N Nov. 24.Bradfitrcct'.h today week's at the lack of demand in general tlie intervention of a trade and the volume At pome of there is no in Mild and sonable weather a distribution of clothing and and the volume wle re business has more active it ilm ti and the for holiday a confidence in a of which yet for tlie starting up of mills and factories are dit d witli their m reports of an trade and il favorable tor have been of at lirm but v. mills only orders for in in tiie to next Leiter demand for tor has to increase the diere for lumber falleti off. and steel ort demand not to no for to tlie steel tirin but for Nails lii of the and even i pig iron is ou the rail liave di to larger number of change ui in products wero li b- ing in to of metals for and tiie and respond as do ior lard and exports of wheat ( dour included as from both of the States and from tins week to 2, i in the Week one year 2.i'.)7,oiki in the two 2.4wmm is in three years ansi in of i i of ludi 1 - 2,t.m.mm k 1.11-11. b wi the one in muh inde g in e v i Nov. 28.Tho of state ih advised that the of Minister tho vali of hf tho Turkish to perni it of that village to go to to the school of the St. Patii a collego conducted by Pitcher wanl of In of elect ion wnger with Fulton this has on tenk of a donkey from for San pool oil on i york cent. ve day 1'us,> r I do ( i tij 1/.-...loh-'rii - i. No. e f i. f. No. 1 track M 5>riie 1.-.' No. 41-^-1-.! f 1 f. b. 1, Kix 2 No. 2 No. No. n 2(sr; No. 11 tracH 1: Ut rii - en 1 TU s -s Nov. 2.s.Oilicinls of tho attach no to the rumors Consul not return to Ida at because he is to be unacceptable to There is present in Lee's to to Ids post at an early Nov. Key West special says of ol vt kir i ni u in 1 ill u ihn t uil Vv 1\ of tug luid a v The left a gh ju tot 1>y oiu by the Frank P. mine the still a source This is greatly stirred over thi of. C. K. that any done him by an attai ish at Kev in Halt is 1 Havana 11 on Nov. 2s.-Warren of the Greater York club tho of District Attorney Backus in for the purpose of ascertaining if his bo given a for the Mr. Backus to decido tho For tlie Nov. 2s.Two battalions of anit a ot war stores troni heie for K. Tu thill tr deat h a woe of much ion meut the of all canses of the tlie ' the lia ve i ia of for There are no knockout of tlie kiml in ihe a complete of there be Profits Surplus ht of the ot deputies lias d - and t ot j to j 1 u N tion lias been b th. mol r. t t. 11 il u ui 1 - ' but to Mr and a t ot J io 2 - imi Fu m h t lin lii i 11.ni I li oll Ml I gene e U H. FU RM B. A Paper and LOANS Made on Favorable No Interest Paid on decision of tho hiw of an of that who credited with knowledge of the is as authorit ies of the City of Churched will not under tho law or eTO i Mexico Thero is ho of case which make ii t and anything but a prize That the to port National nov. 2s.The of tile lias given authority for the of the the National bank of of tile 11; in 1 1 Uli 1 pora ri iv so u r 1 v Yuik il it ' i surre letters ' o' known as i it 2::. where lie was Ml 1 1,11 iho ni New lo d s u IV j H mUi i of i r and Mr. who n ' to n u. J ' I 1 ' In i 1 named The 1-. 1.) ill I I t'i ( n two hen the put af n iki i TI li m I U Old 1, of tile With I a tu a t'i di 'd - i m ' r his had left t on to in nor readied and is Nov. 2s,--Foin- Ji d bV I - I n it J oi 't an to hold np ndi t h ( limi V Ith b. n d di t 1 vn the and was The nn ij th. p a it o be Iii i 27. 1 No. i ii W r v. 2 t uin - no No. 2io; No. C 23V No. 2mlxd.20- ut ti 4. and 1.v0 Stock CA I 11.} p 1 ti i .vi mini i 1 i ht ti 4,'. 6. io ia - i c heavy ' m v - r M to i to i. 1 1 fi 1, Si 70, Ko 1 1 - ill 1.1, t 2 I No. i W the il i F. E. A. nov. 2.s.- Consul to Ihe from molt a lour tis at ike ot tlu 2S,-- court has ol .oi this city to in of tor d 1 111 il .li liom he had nov li un i ha i os lu oi n i il i ' n d. I ni tv - 1 i. ' ii t J ir i a lai to i e. i i- of a - dk ' st. will never draw to a Lii u a- ber s Ts slie liy Dr. ten or ibr throat caused In- 0. Dr. for 2f> they bave or want bo the
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