Sunday Morning Herald, June 24, 1883

Sunday Morning Herald

June 24, 1883

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Publication name: Sunday Morning Herald

Location: Olean, New York

Pages available: 492

Years available: 1882 - 1883

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Sunday Morning Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1883, Olean, New York 0rnmg Itoalix VDL. 13. OLEAN, N. Y. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1883. WHOLE NUMBER-278 LIGHTNING FLASHES, A TIew ol From Continent Continent. Hmlau. of PULLMAN, 111., June Han- lanwonthe sculling race yesterday against a field of fifteen oarsmen of national repute. ________ Bad COHSTASTINOPLE, June duel was fought to-day between M. Etch- ler, Second Secretary of the Russian Legation at Athens, and M. Ballazzi. The former was wounded m three places.________________. Providential. BAY ST. Louis, La., June 23 While Philip Baudeau and M. Odom were quarreling over a small account under a tree they were struck by lightning and killed, Baudeau held a Jong butcher knife in his naiid ready to plunge it into the he irt his opponent when the bolt fell TemAo Tornado CHILLIC6THE. Mo June 23 A. toi- nado stiucfc the southern part of this county, about 15 miles Miurhwest ot here, labt night, m what is known as the .ind swept away 25 or 30 farm houses, spreading havoc in tts track Two men were killed arad fifteen or twenty injured. Ready to Die CLAKKSVILIE. Ark June day George and Jim Jolinson. Mc- Donald and Herndon.wholast March murdered Conductor Carn while rob- bing a little Eock Fort Smith rail road .train near Mulberry station, -were-hanged in the presence of sev- eral thousand persons. They all said theywere ready to die and confessed, their -crime. Riches Take Wings, SCBftCiHSAHNA, Pa., is a commotion among officials of tbe W, B. R over the mysterious disappearance of in transit from New York to this place. Tbe package contained that ameant expressed by the Marine Of New York to.the.Su8queb.aa- na Valley bank here. The bank offiwals found the package filled with bUufe papers. Commencement Exercises at St. Bona- venture's College. Wednesday the Commencement oaet of St. Allege, Alle- took pltce. The tuccew of one of the exercise; rouiplete and fullj an- Bwewrfthe ot the vvtcon- couree-af people Who had anecmbled from part of the Stale to witness thru. Theiauuc, both vocal and amtruracolal wae omqumte, and the efforts -especially of, Hewra. Martin and Roger? each of whom (vMC-A been a change in the manage- ment ol Mrs. Langtry's company for next season. Mi. Frank Mendhaia will take ihe punuon previously occupied -Vfr K Schwab, and Mr. Joseph Bey-- muds, formerly wiih ihe Thalia' Theaire- CVn.ic Gpi ra Coiup my. will be the advance yr1. u V THAM'S CIRCBS. "V.iihaii s gritnl "coogulnierated aggrega- tion" iif tl 's, lhat ind the other undertwo tents, hnd .1 hciivy rain gave two perform- ance la-t Wcdiivday. Thf menagerie can be saying nolhiujj. The ruij; pfr.'oiniance VITT good. Each perfoinurin line w is fust-class. The concert