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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 15, 1881, Wellsville, New York Vol 1wellsvxlle. N. Saturday Jan. 15,1881. No. 66 it. = quot the Stalwart a to fret a woo roil of st Louft thinks that quot future generations will read with amazement the letter of _ general oar Leld resigning his seat in the Senate. It is not stated in Kali quot document to at he has been elected to the presidency and in the Light of the Distant it Tolu it Wilt Btty met a amp oms Man had Voln Ntaris Fritea no a new York Jan. on by Ati Horita Tivel a bounced that a tonsil Dation of the rival Telegraph companies the Western Union the Atlantis ,-and-the._auiericanl.iinlqn_ has at last been effected. Tire final arrangements were concluded this morning. The matter has been under consideration for several Days Bat the completion of the Diego Tationa Wail it effected until to Day. Ii talk Rock ark., Jan. 18. daughter of sheriff h. C. Banks while going ton neighbor a House yesterday. Near Marienna Lee county was brutally outraged by a negro who was Cap to two and lodged in jail he was soon taken out by a body of armed men who iri tended to Ming him but before he be dragged to the outskirts of daily reporter. Wbrx8% , arjiitoaktco., n. Pulli Hickl every afternoon cd capt st nov en08 w. A knobs Bot Rpu and prot Uertz. So Fri Crota Peh month. Advertising Buca made known at the off co. Irais to Altai up wellvi�z4i in. A Otwald Vii. H re pro it i. .10 3r.m. Kojm sell it quot \ in 12-1 his huf a exp w. Tow a a a Aih . 8 5" West Warrix no. 3.�?thnxijih express \ it a Rev . A. It in it Shuit. Mgt. I i Mem lii to if Jason 2 15 quot a 37 quot no. A quot to it Sirh Exir Csc. 9 57 b wrrj.3vitj.e for Couill report. Via Oswayo. thursday sum s turd itys. 1 30 a. In. A or . Vlf . l Foldi Ivan a. M for what Iwilla and apr Lur Mill. p. For Trivo a Adaily. B a a. For Shin we and South of Llvy a quot a. Srttiirrta>-b5k30 a m. For Louvar. Via Knik tit s crack Wodney Days and situs Dava. A 90a.m.riverside Seminary. The next term will open Jan. 24th, 1881.frank Macner pm of wagons us vittles sll ight i to Elty. Amp Ltd a Nav now on hand n Larro nun>1�cr of so Ceglis and cutters to be hold a a Hap. .ian.5rhodes, the Painter. Tiboc Over Curman amp a Pittwood a Haverj a i. House and sign painting a Spei str Only Tho Best work and or Law Brothers. Dealers is gents furnishing goods a and the choir to brands of cigars. Pearil st., well8ville.the Oil Market. The Bradford Market opened yesterday at 96 7-8, advances to 98 1-8, and closed at 971-2. A feeling of firmness prevailed. Postmaster at Albany. Senator the att my to remove postmaster Craig Washington Jan. 14.�?in the Senate s executive session this afternoon the nomination of iii. H. Haskaj to be postmaster at Albany n. Y., View w. H. Craig whose commission expires March 4th, wan favor Abw reported f rom tit of on Post or. Enki ii Uio ved Tomt it be room Lutted Lor further Catiti iteration and Uia Dilc of Wible Legal i argument designed to Hitow thai a riffs term Touhl not expire until four years from the Date of his qualification As postmaster which was subsequent to the 4th or March 1877. Or Conkling maintained that president Hayes has no Power to fill this office in Advance of its vacation j could by removal. Or. Conkling motion the town the mob begat firing Mai Zifa was agreed to without division or vote coi Upky to by riddling he body. Or any debate further than a remark by or Coke that he regretted that tui committee had not invited a expression of or. Conk Ling s views in regard to the Noui nation before acting upon it. / the Bay s news. For a three or four weeks Seshion our Washington Law makers have done re Nia Kably Well. There Are now about 7,- k 0 Bills on the House Calendar and the Senate is nearly As Well supplied with future work. In the Indiana Senate the Lieut ii air str Venhor has annoy iced tie standi id Cou unit is. The chairmen All being republicans. The breaking of the dead lock there seems to have affected the republicans very Little. Chicago. Jan. 14.�?notwithstanding the act that the i in of tim City had made up their minds at the coming of Sara Bernhardt Liot to attend her receptions or her performances when she gave her first p irate reception and Arr Eli Ibitson Hunt Leeds were present. Cnidago., Jan. 14, Maui from Washington alleges that there is trouble in the democratic Jaiup. It alleges that or. Barium has Given no satisfactory account of his stewardship and that some of the members do not hesitate to charge the defeat of general Hancock to him and or. Tilden. It is alleged that certain sections were favored financially while outlier a were neglected. It is alleged that the Bini Nettee in charge of the National Campaign is $25,000 in debt. Ii Bany n. A. Jan 14, arrangements Are being made for the rec Eption of Iener grail next on his arrival. He will be met at the depot by gov. Cornell and adjutant general Townsend i i the governor will enter Mth his guest at dinner and later in the evening be will be the recipient of a serenade from the Grant club. The i legislature will attend a reception wednesday morn inic. Thursday afternoon the general 4ind mrs. Grant will have a Public reception Staci Knox l. A Jan. 14.�?edward Reinhardt the wife murderer was hanged in the Richmond county jail new York Jan quot 13.�?there have al a a. Ready been made forty entries for the this Foi noon. He met his Fate in stolid International six Day go As Yau Pleat a walking match which is to begin monday morning the 17th inst. It is stated there will be about forty live to Start. Among those already Ente Reil Are John nobler be Grain Edwird pity son Weston Charles h. Harriman George o. Bravery and died easy. Reinhardt remained in the corridor until 5 o clock this morning cd a Verdinjr with the keepers and reporters. He spoke in cheery tones joked and smoked. Two priests called but Reinhardt said though born a Catholic he had Chang Dufrayne l. Lecose Harry Howard. De his religious belief. A Baptist Cler a. Alberts c. Coz Pat k. Fitzgerald i Gyman called subsequently and refi. Elsin Little Vint and two unknown. M aimed with him

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