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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Olean, New York SIXTEEN PAGES PAGES! The Democrat. VOL. XI. CO.' NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1890. NO. 47 r AJILLKll DEAD. A BRILLIANT LEGAL LIGHT RUTH- LTi-LY EXTINGUISHED. Thp ti JurU Tl Was, u IViv i n ;mh- injrtt.n a J. i sSo.u- Sur- roiiiidrd liy V, -in of of i i-. A St. -j i: rv, o the t m d oil j o' J'r.-fm ate Just ce re i .j, ral rl 0 for a by cl.-ht n fjvr min- Miller ot who (la'.s hourly- f.i-i the fa-, a' utes btfor Samuel r.-fm 'cr. jus- tipe of li.p fe'ip-vm- (ii'irt of the ITnited States, v-ho ar residence in this city last nijchr, xras born at Jtlichmond, Ky., April 15, ISIQ. HP -r.duatcd at the medical department cf th? Transylvania University in lfV'8. a ui pr.uti-cd medicine for a few years, but became a lawyer. In 1850 Judge Miller removed to Iowa, where he became a prominent among Republicans in chat state. He, however, declined nomination to numer- ous state offices, devoting his time and efforts to his profession, in which he took high rank. In 1862 President Lincoln appointed Mm associate justice of the supr- me court of the United States. He was at the time of his death thp oldest justice in continuous service on the supreme couri bench. Judge Fieid who was .--.piointfd by President Lincoln in 1863 comititc next, and Judges Bradley, appointed in 1870, Marian, Gray, Blatchford, Fuller, Lamar and Brewer following next in order of seniority of service. AN EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS May be Called by the President at an Early Day. WASHINGTON, Oct. A large number of political gossips in Washington are of the opinion that the president will call an extra sessioa of congress. While it is known that the Republican leaders are not of one mind on the extra S'-ss.ion ques- tion, it is believed by many of those who are supposed to kuow wnat is going on, that the president has already "made up his mind to issue a proclamation before the concressional elections convening con- gress about Nov. 11. It is said that a number of conferences have taken place between fiepubliean sen- ators on the subject and iliac it has been talked of at cabinet meetings. At these discussions a majority of those iu attend- ance were in favor, so report, says, of con- vening congress at. an early day. Should an extra be called its main purpose will be the passage of the elections bill and the congressional appor- tionment bill. PITTSBURGH HONORED GUESTS. Tho Iron and Steel Men Entei tainol In the (dv. -i I U ,.u i .n. il (c hour city .-it '1 he 'othe v. ith d lob- lU-iacnt DEATH OF GEN. BELKNAP. Oct. yesterday morning the v.CMC r and the Ltwi'jn .'i'< n house I v. r a seekers after i'lloi 1 cfomp'inying th (i -.t Iron aii t-ttp ever h< Id in Ameri'-f, 1 throngs in the hotel pi i t hot ouphly enjoying i; they were 1. At U o'clock the distingu shut visitors .'i.'ute'l for Carnegie hall in Allegheny, of the and their ladies p eierring to walk the, nrl" :md a At 10 o'clock the tl'-leprali s were all i-i iheir places. The auditoriu-n with its M-a.iug capacity of was comfortably J lied. The decorations were confined to the nationalities Sir J.-iniev rvidj ch I'rni-in of the niec'ting. Jolm H. ErickF.on. cbair- m.'n of the general re. option committee, lelivere 1 address, cf welcome. The papers v ore read: "The 1 robable Future of the Manufacture of Sir Lothian Bell, b.irt., F. R. S., Aiii! liesborough; "The of Iron and Hteel Ships against Foundering from Injury to their Shells, including the use of by Nathaniel Barnaby, K. C. B. (.ate chief constructor of her 3sty's London; '-Tho Development of the Marine Engine and the Progress made fa Marine Entrineering during the past Fif- teen by Mr. Seaton, M. J. C. E M. I. M. E., M., Coundl L, N. A., Hull. At 1 o'clock the clvlex.-ites left for Wild- wood, v. here the petroleum and gas field? were inspected. One of the wells was shoi with nitvo-glycenne while the visitors w ere present, delegates as did not go to the oil fields were escorted to th? ex- and ether points of interest about the city, including Davis Island dam and 'he Ohio river connecting bridge. THE COAL Members of the Trade" Discuss Farther Restriction in Pennsylvania. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. meet'ng of the anthracite coal trade was held yester- day at noon at the office of the Reading iompany on South Fourth street for the purpose of talking over the situation und lisRttssing the question of further restrict- the production. The following officials were present: W. rl. Saye, general coal aorent of the Lehigh Valley railroad; E. Hill, coal ageat. Lehigh Coal and Navigation company; W. E. Street, secretary Pennsylvania company: F. Wilson, general sales agent, ngh and Wilkes-Barre Coal company; E, .i. Holden, vice president, Delaware, L'-icJi- d, wanna and Western railroad; James C. treasurer and general sales agent, and Hudson Canal company; T. Moore, sales agent, New York, Susque- rianna and We-tsrn railroad company aud M. Richjirds, general coal sales agent, leading railroad. Xo definite conclusions were reached and they adjourned to meet in New York on the 18th inst THE ERIE'S TROUBLES. Expires Suddenly at His Washington. WASHINGTON, Oct. Gen. W. W. Belknap, secretary of war during Presi- dent Grant's second term, was found dead in his bed at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. It was believed that death occurred be- tween 1 o'clock Saturday night and 9 o'clock Sunday morning. From John W. Cameron. Gen. TJflkaap's business assoc- iate, it is learned rh.it for some ti-ne it has been the general s na.bit to meet a feTr friends at the- home of Dr. who lives less than a square for a social game of Late Saturday night he was there usual, and remained unt'l nearly mid- night, when he returned to his, apartments in the Evans building at 14'20 Xew York avenue, and presume tly retired immedi- ately. He was never again seen alive. About o'clock yesterday morning Mr. Cameron arrived at the building, and taking the mail for and the gen- eral from t he box en the first floor pro- ceeded to the second floor, where their offices and the general's apartments are located. He had separated the genera "i'.s mail from his own. which he 1 reading, when the j-ervam prl ket-ps the rooms in order rapped at the door and in- quired if Gi-n. was out cf the city, saj ing she 1'ad several times siuce Sunday morning tried the door but found them locked. .Mr. Cameron, startled at what the pirl had said, immediately tried the doors himself, but thry were "locked. The jani- tor was summoned and the door was un- locked when the botly was found lying on the lied, part.y uncovered. A physician was and after making a brief exaiuin.-i: ion. he expre'-.'-c-d the opinion that had from a stroke ot spoj.k-x.'. The coroner afterward arrive-! the bodv in .Mrs Belknr.p, who has bee-n at Xewpnrt other TO during the srinr.] -r motithv in New York city diKiiix the vir< was Mini- by anl .-Ko the gpn- 'i n. Hiiqli, frn77n hiv in CLj- whore he i< cuijii'.rf'l in the offices of 'he lialtimorp and ilailroad Think the Toinp-sny is Playing a of TiiafT. YORK, Oct. n. :.e Federal ion of En-. met in Jersey i, M; 10 whstt i.erof tbs lefusul o .'.c omt'any. Yotir.gson TV und the follow, ii c I it true that iiie '.'cs rhan competing o: it le-ss ou some ti-iii- v. M ,iisist on their ut did not inten y would not have H- ir.inittee is in the present d to be in no in- of them think the a game of bluff. lu- of c i sist on them -e i Icimi'.lated.'' f h ivc power The men are d for trifling and c-.mpanr is play- A CHILD FATALLY INJURED. For some years Gf-n had been n constant coul. as the of Gen. Belknap wsi ktiown st ih" war department. Act- inn >trrc-tary (irant or'lerfd the flagon the t uildniK if> IT pnt at half ia bfitiT of tbp ex retiry. and pavf direc- the building Vx> draped in black for the rmUmary period He com- nririra'of! toe family of the de- io whatever astiKtaccf tbey TTL-ht department in tbe for the itopvr on the body of r.jxrlosed tht fact that of ihc inrer lining of the benrt. T-ttlle t Heimerlee Rnn by a Itiiflstlo Drarman. BUFFALO. Oct. Early last evening Br.sh, n-.ploye J by the KutTalo Carting .iiiy. i" n stake wacon corner cf Mortimer and .t-.-ts with a load of furniture. XTIO-A i 'In .vn and ran over a four year-old Marsiaret Heimerl-r. She wa.< T ir-'.y brtiis? 1 and int'-rua'.ly i'lj'ircd. r.r.-l f.-irrifl to her ti n iiei-e .ble tr> viv- ?he -jiM's life, and she died a few lir.Jir 1 Ti. dr"
thr people of utitty i- not cr: lljr- i i V, e c. 11 i a u M< h Of -IK-, id vote -.1 Inive arts con- ti We 1 c-'.r. fi-'c-i'ls s. i ones x d in- i ii'i t' j s iji.l to Jc-vy h a r.if 1 n btir-iiilatc tlie f f tlr.it art Ho ia this country, i become the largest nation of the ecnli. We propos-e to s'lpplj- our own ii" and when we hfe'j supplied them propose to supply forc-ijrrn marke'.s. We ni have ;-F.fI have th'-m. VMS r.iove forward. There are other plcr'g'S to be redeemed. The federal elec- .II mv.-t be passed. There are r.--i-i thU la-v. no matter it may cot in the blood of the black man, S'nce Clayton of took his de- part-are from this world it has become set- tied that no Republican, black or white, fchail Save any part in the government of f-'-outhern We are pledged to rii-h- this great wrong. If we can control h'jisa cf representatives.-then we may the fact thar the battle has been foe ght oat and the victory won. If we acr-jraplish the legislation to which our is comtaitred tr.en troub- -..erLer- were frequently inter- tiori ratried bv i appause. STABBED A BREAD KNIFE. 3Tnn Canses a Eoiv "Which in HLi n are -I r- a; r.-_s antagonist, Au this jttiicnire James innnate of the hosse, stepped bc-'Tveea trie man and received the fcaiie tiirass ia die lack, inSieting s dangerous cnt. McLanghlia thea stabbed Mahony dire.tly ever the heart. The two men removes to fie Ixospltal. die. -wotnid is a serioas escaped- TO CLEANSE CfNCJNNAT! POLITICS. of the to Ac- tion on Governor Campbell's 2Iessagew O.. Oct. branches of general assembly convened yester- day at 10 o'clock. A joint committee of both houses called on the governor and nc-tif ed him that the legislature was ready to what he had to say. In a fetrmin- utcs Private Secretary Meeker appeared vr.th the was read :n both L-mrihss ".of-re n and artenttve In the it was referred to t-e committee by a vote of E5 1C Ia the st-nate the Republicans opposed -t, Mr. of Lawrence wanting it laid on t-e table. Mr. Cole of Scioto moved to amend by referring it to sen- ate as committee of the whole for im- mediate action. This was defeated, ilr. Richards on a motion to refer to the ju- d-.ciary cotnmittee made a long speech- against it in which he into tbe11 history of the Cincinnati r.ffair. Tbe'-.- senate .idjoumed to inee: at o'clock. lit-jr.! V. th? nz to be of a ,d cf the thcT th-? 1 as an AHr of MAKTIXSVILLE. Oc-. liquor Sealers of Morgantov. a are alniocst in a state of siege. Saturday a mite bomb was placed under drug store and the explosion which fol- lowed scattered the druggie's "red eje" promiscuousiy. diimaging and the building A notice wa? pl.iccd on Xortnan's drag store door saying hia next in litie. William saloon keeper. w.is notified to leave withia twenty rf tb a h y lr r-i "if t ,1 HIM tbe American Flag. Tonovro. Oct. public ce'pbration of Ibe anniversary rf the bat- tle of Qownttorrn Heights took plnoe Mon- day. The ceremonies ia the w-pre strongly patriotic. an1 T'nioft Jack floated fr. n all At the Dnf- strict trbool. tbe in inion. the American -was prodncp-3. and thf children grew exritod an 2 vigorously, and wore not quiet'-d nnti'tbe flag pinn'-d beneath the TDKI i ,7trk, of t f'T) a h' an-i I? "jrn L h v 'cr Koine, 1- I'n i n -ir-. It. ..'.It HI hr ;r> v J >s? 8.0 soon he 1th Ar, Cat' --H br r- Oct r rk bv -it rJ-> h liftf i r- M able to at the to his nr.ud tbe .n f hlrh .1 a t'ie V foUB llTW were r ,M
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