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Jamestown evening journal. (Jamestown, N.Y.) 1881-1891, September 30, 1891, Image 3

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\ 8() of on t ght iht hem part cens d 25. that nnd ekill tthe tant see I Rht ltd best the You We o can eemg our e cur f the rqua Go .. nt rS oo 19 00 00 0 ock to fnclh \OU OF JAME..'!TOWN Capital, • $100,000.00 OFFICERS GJWRGK w TEW \VIL IS fRW Pres dent. \ P e•J 1 1 HERBERT W T&w Cash er DIRECTORS A Flynn Kent Horace H Gtfford Fred k A. Fuller Jr W S Ca)Ileron John J George W Tew We re•ttClctftt..lly ask a por to patrono.ga Jamostown ~atiOnal Bank H.ME:sTOWN N Y Capital $100 000 C M DOW, President G H GIFFORD Vtoa PresidFDt E F DICKINSON Casn~er Dl!U! TOR.-< ,.porter ~heldon C H Gilford, J B Ross C M Dow John T So1 W N Gohy, J J y,uderbiP gu s B Broadbcad THE F0LITIC.AL FIELD: ceed Judge W nrd The JUdtclary. co~ r m ttee :rn.s empower~d to fill vacauoles u any should occur STARVATION IN RUSSIA. MEETING OF THO: DEMOORt\110 EX! ---,--- FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED TERRIBLE SUFFERING REPORTED FROM MAN( DISTRICTS Gre tly Ala: nt:'ld SPQKANE F AI.LS \\ n.s L f;cpt SO -The se tiers n C nl SJ el valley n No the n ldnl o aru a rmetl at the meuncjug Q ,t.U tude of the Indians m that secticl\n Mar sela clnef of the CallSpels it 1s reported has ordered all vhtte settlers out o! the country and tl e Indians nr.e r nn g off tbo .sett e 'S s ock and otherwise annoy ing the whites General Carlin In commnn 1 of the Feu ~h mfun try now 1n <>!Imp at Spokane has been urged to to.l e measure..~J o pro tectlon Ho sent for ~he Indlnn ngent .Ha Cole who ar£1 ed hero YCI!Io day A troop at cavalry under ,!'Ommnnd. of Genoral C .-lin is ready to mnrd n I may eturt nt on<:e for thD ~ne of d stur l;>nnce ('allsiol a ley s l•ointod nnd nl sup1 lies hnvo to be sent In by pack 1\-Jrs Tl urmo.n Dring COLIJMDt:\S 9 Sept. 30: -Mrs .Allen G Thurmnn w fe of tho vcnernblo ex •on ntor is dpng Sho hll8 been vary 111 for seve.:ral :\\eck.s nnd can scarcely sar\\ c tho dny All the family are gnthored at her beds de. ~lrs. Thurman ms born in Chill cothe in 1811 and \aa the daughter tl Wul\<lr Dm n wealthy merchant Hnsn t IJomrd of Any Troub c NEW YoRK Sept BO -Jacob Baise con sui general of G n emala says be has re- cel ed llf ruh es of trouble In that conn try He d strua s any reports com ng from 1\lnxico.n so trees l: ell ow Fever on n. Stcn er NEVl YoRKe Sept. 30 -The steamer Vnn dyek from Brnz I is detttine l at qnnrnu tine yellow fever b:wmg appeared amon1: tl e crow on her vo)! nge ECUT VE COMMITTEE At Olo cc1tcr Gr.otlOltS'.tl!li N J Sept. 00 > csterdny'' races resulted ns tot O\V! Flrst rn:cc u mite-TAttler 1 Onrr ROU 2 na punta tlme I 33~ Second ra<JO J!i milo lllognrn I Lllllnb 2 Little llll 3 time 5I Third r!lC.., ~\' fUrlong• Battle Cry I Flcot.- toot 2 Ncttfll 3 t me Fourth rue 1 tn lo-:\IJddlcstono 1 cell! z Llthborta time Its Fifth race ,S, milo--Eol!pso L ere a time 1 SW Sixth race •\' Cutlongi!--Brudl Duke 1 moro Il2 Sflenco 3.: tJmo ~ ~coplc THE EIALL ANP BAT ~ Nnttoual Le61Ue G000112 -on- A. SIEOIA.LTY AT Wippert's, 321 Main St. BUFFALO N Y bu to y ura.lvfl.ntn&:IJ to lc&lD your t1. early TEN YEARS OF SUCCESS. OH!lJTAUQU! FIRST HQnlta~Jo Bnilnmg SD~IVlJ. Jamestown. N.Y. Gll'~~ORD BLOCK, COR M I!N AND rt!Il!D ATS J' .n.:ttL~•tc::>:o<rll1 N. T. CHflUTAUQUA LAKE RAILWAY In <.'tl ct Sept. H 1891 111 WESTERN NEW YORK PErn~snvANIA . ,, . TELEPHOME -127·-

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