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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - September 23, 1904, Wellsville, New York                                 fMirtw^  WBULSYILXJB, N. Yn SBPTBMBER 231TO4.  HERRICK  NOMINATED  David B. was  Hill made the nominatioii Which Seconded by Bourke Cockran. Francis Burton Harrison For Lieut. Governor  First Day.  8»r»to>c«». 8^». 10.—Tb« oorniog op«o(d p«rtlT rloody %Dd wmtdot. Cd to U)« iioM oootmltloo wm calieri to ord^r ttM ««oanl litafttion o^j^n^th »11 t^ Brio« nunc« and eooater claiuM eamitlMlT an  g^emred. Tb« ooIt tniport«fltdlS«»r«K» ^p^iQ natlook aad tltat of  lb* iMne boar tmCspUt ^nm tb« p«-mi,Hbi« im^int of kb« bicctmìItwmm al opoositioa to tb«oofi*ld-  «Btion of Sb^TMtl forOoranor. "W« ■nftill for OroQt." mid b« and tbiU ma all ^ woald wv. Otbar wvll kaowB l«ad«r« w«r* enn non nticant Xte tMtvT* of tb* mornioir va« tb« Siat ^icwanDc« of tb« fii«oda of 8b«D tid in an aotiT* cmarum for d»)«nf«« With tb« ir«o«TaUT cooc«d«d dlMpmar w* of StaneblMd't bootn, mutt of Um lUltotiw hitherto r»nrd«d aa oledred to kim tariMd io SiMKMrd'a dinction It n«iD« to b* tb« Kvorral h«li«f that if nhnTii i« DOCDÌD«t«d. Paiowr of 8obo-hari« coantr will b« bia nmninx mat» h Um Domine« for Liratcoaot Oomr-m. AjaemblynuMi Pallac«. of Monroe and formOT conyrewmao Martin H. Qlynn. of AJbaar. ar* farorabir men-tioB«d for ti—wirer. Balc«r for At-tQro«T Ofloeral^ADd Jail of Oedsoabarc for OomotroUer «Mm to bare tb« fntl-Mt mpport Other olaoe« ar« ttlU in no« donbt altfaoofb It ia recnrded afl oartain that CaUcn't nomination by RaimblicaiM wUl b« »oc^pted bat tb« ooBTcntian wiU inaiat oo tb« nomina-tioB of OonxMan laaÉBad of Wonwr fnr th« Aanciats ^ndffwhip o( tb« Ooart at Appeal«.  OooTention Called to Order.  Baratola. 8«i>t 90.—Um Deoiocratic Stefea CX30 Tenti oo waa called to order by Oord M«T«r. who namad Honibloirer M the tenporary chairman. Mr. Hom-blower wa« «aooctad to th« chair and WM received with load applaoae.  Mr. Homblowtr'i prtUmiiiMy an-aooBoemeot that ha ipoke aa Um repr«-MBta ire of no-fbetion pl«Mad tb«dela-lataa Th« mantloii oi Ckwlaod't Dame waa th« BÌn*l for whoU minate« of obeerinx. The rafanooe to the poetai traoda oaoaed hingtiH^ and appiana« •od there waa heartr applan e at hi« rrferH}««a to tariff rariaioo. Hearty applaaa« foUcwad Homblow-  itataiaent that^ the fmon«? eitoa-tioQ waa not the iaaae of this campaign tad the applaoae fcrew to real eotboBl Mm when be proixmiioed hi* riews on the Philippine indeoeodeooe.  The applanw and*oh«erittff.il(»ix>nd coDtinae<Land repeated aeain and again followed the speakar'a deolaratioo^tbat the Democratic oreaideiit. if elected "would pride him^eU not upon doin« thloiw bat npon refraining from dolna thinea which the cooatitation and the ipirit of American« prohibit" The widieDce wae «carcelT quieted when the •peaker first mentioned Jndxe Parker br name, when the most enthatiMtic demonstration occurred. apparently •▼»rr person in the (rreat hall waa •tandini' and cheering. Towarda the clo«e of the epeeoh>the delegate« joined in «inKinK the Star Soauucled Banner. I^Mit coDtinned applanae wm awarded Homblower m ba cos>cloded and aaaed ^ farther pleaaare of the oonraition. ^ temporarr toll waa oalled and »•DT name« were cheered beginning with that of David R HilL  ConTention Adjooma.  Thecxmteat in the «evvotM^th dia  Wet New York wmm withdrawn, lear-  ^ the oonrentlcm withoat> Toont^  ^fter the appointemeot of oommittoM  ^oanvention took araoaMuntUIll t. m.  Albany, at prpserit jus.ic of th.« nr • aupreine court.  For HeutPnant Kovornor — Franc Burton Harrison of Nfw Vurk, ro.v rppreaenlativp in congn s.s from th 13th distrlrt.  For accrrtary of ii«»ti> John Pal laco, Jr.. of Monroe, now a memo^v oi aMembly.  For MtorTicy genenU—John Can Been o< Erie, the present Incumbent  Thar* wa* » gMartl rneh ko )«aT«> Saratnffa tm m* u tb« wo^stnatlon flor fOTemor wm waAa wd tha oat going tralfla carrlfd (Wee*«»**« aTi<1 plbera who h»d b<<#n alt«»<tlt»it u,, Democratic gathérlnK.  Congrofwroan Horrliwn My« h- wH resign an rice chtlmitn ntf th« l>nr«rtti of OTganixaMon of Iht D«M<v-r»tlc «tate committee In ortter to glT» hi en tiro attention lo hU campaign «■« • candidate for llcatanant |rtìT«TrK>r He baa no Intention at prweot of log hii Bent In conicrea».  A Compromifte Candidate.  Janice Herrick wiu» »nKcntlally j c»>mproml.«e c«ndl:latp an b<Hwecn Ed wurd M Groui of Brooklyn, comptrol .♦•r of Oreater Now York, and Elwnrd M 8h«>[>iird. al»o of Bnxiklyn. whc piaetlcallT drove each other from thp fi^M Mr ^ppard h-Inc f\n»lU IroppM from eonailenibon bacaoM of the oppo«iUon oi McCarren and  Inhaled  Nitric Acid  For oomptniiler-George A. Hall ol | Kin«« coanty orxwvliatlon ; Mr. Orout  ,becat»« of the posUlre opposltloa of  fet I.awrence, now mayor of Ogdenj bnrg.  For aUte treaanrer — Wm. Muencb of Onondaipi  For atate eoKiner and anrTeyoi^ Thomas H Stryker of Rome.  For chief Judge of the conrt of ap peals — Bduar M Cullen of Kins» (Demcrat) at prêtent assoclafe jua tice of that b«nch. and Republican nominee.  For aaaoclate judfje of the court ol appoaiiH-Wllllam E Werner of Monro« (R»»pnbllcan>. now of that bench by de»ilgnatlon by CoYcmor Odell, and th« Republican nominee  The conrentlon audience waited nvore than an hour after the time (11 a. m.) 80t for the reassembling of the delogates while the leaders continued their conlorcncoa which begrin Tues day night, wer9 resumed before 7 a m. yesterday and continued almost up to tho moment oi the chalrmaji'n call in the convention for nominations for the office of forernor  Former United Slates Senator Darld B. Hill hlmsell preaented to the con rentlon the name at Supreme' Cotirt JuaUce Daniel Cady Herrick of A1 b&ny. and while It had been rumored for «ome time In tb« oonrentlon ball among the waiting aaaemblago that Justice UeiTlck's name had been d» cided upon aa a aettlament of thd oon ftlcting InterealB, the nomination by Mr. Hill waa racdred with gn»at en-ihnaiaam and wu lndor««d not only without a dissenting rote but with cor-4ial speeches of support by repref^nt at thr« of ^ elem^nta whose ailitude haJTeeo în Important fa<ilor  la th« «eriôus tormad th« lubjecl Incidentally, Senator HUl himself was acoorded a reception which waa little  : )enver Firemen Inhale Dan ____  gcrous Gas at Small Fire. M«rm»n nidder Placed at Head  sllXiaUon whiob had ]ecl oc th« oonftorenoe.  loncRÎô wìtm fífiitio<1IT.  U«wt«wM O« Rita  «•r Hltfliw aM «t tafamer« Hill. Ormm Bmj. U !.. Sapt. ». — Th« it tkmi Un, llata«T«lt «ttt«r-iwh«o« rraok W. Higglaa. ■iMiniaa «MidMat« for govarnor of M«r Toffk. a^ Jao«b Rita. T «Wi* to OrMar Bay." «aid Mr. . taTtUtW» of th« pr«^.  4««t to «tacna« with bim owtala aiat la which wa ar« mntually intar-That la about all tbar« Is u ■1 vtatt. I bar« no special naiaalo«  SERVIA'S XnrG CROWVSD.  balgm««^ ii.  ofSwTla llM  la raapouaa to aa inquiry a* to h« would eoaduct a «psaklng caapaigB In N«w York. Mr. Hlggtni r«»ll«d:  "Probably not, although that point haa mot b««B decided daflnltoly. Tboa fhr I hara ao arngaganaDta to mak« campatgB Bpa«cbe« 1 am eni^Tir»»«! now In taktiig cart» of a very lar« > cor r^pondence. That 1« keoplnn mr buay."  Mr. Hlmrina did not care to disciinn for publication any features of thi campaign.  Mr Rila came to Oyst^r Hiy to pat hi* rcapcTts to the prt^^ldi'nt and tn dellTer orally a mmsajre of fellcitaiinn and good will from KIhr (Mear of I><»n mark and Sweden of which he w.ia ih beartT  Kiag Ihmlw,  th« «fwl bstei tÊàm^ with  MttoB liM* tlMt hi Ui* ealàeâml la oCtkrMUtala o< aiaia.; : of Ik« h«tilia*tw« «MMibty. ! ekwrah Algaiteki. aiUlarT oAear«; aad il«»ata>ia«s tnm all patta of th*| kl^fAoM. Thi vmiU of Bamipa wer« | earegrMietai eespl by thair  STATE ELECTORAL TICKET.  In  leu'than an ovation, and almost every mention of his name thereafter was the signal for increased cheers and ap plause  Factional Feeling Diaappears.  A notable feature of the convention was the disappearance of all open evi dence of factional warfare between the Kings county organization, head ed by Bute Senator P. H. .McCarren. and Tammany Hall undor tho leadership of Charles Murphy RecogTiition of the harmonious stato of vffairs which had followed the tense situation of the past two days was expressed in nearly every spt'ech. espiM;ially thosp of ex-Senator Hill. Reprvsfntatlvo W Bourke Cockran and State Senator Thomas F Grady of Tammany Hall Luke Stapleton of Kln^s coun'v or ganUation and M>ilor H H Hook well of Einiira. who stood as the r"pre sentative of .lohn H Sianchtieid  D\incan Campbell of Ithaca  permawent chairman of th«» convn tlon. made an extended si)eech in which he atuckeil the Repuolira') aUto adniinistratlon.' charging it with extmvagance, and critici-sinK Gov.ttio-Odell hinist'lf for his acceptance of the dual role of govornor and chairman of the Republican state com mil ttM)  The platform s<lopted includ.-s a dl rect personal attack upon ilovt?ni<n Odell as well as a denunciation of th»' Republican adminlstraUou«; an en dorsemont of the national Democratic ticket, platform and reaoluUons and a  Second Day.  -T  3«|?t. 22.—Out of a s •Mloc which at time« ae«m«d aim» ti^^Pof^ibl« o< «mtj^ait^i«^ aoluUon. ti. '••¿ars oi the Dampcratic party four • *ay to unanimooa md at 2 -  «'doci: ye«terday afternoon the sta-•oarenUon adjourned without day ha^ ^S nominated the fallowing tick. '^^^Aniaioualy:  i£v>»trnor—D. Cady Banick c  < w  ■trooglywordeddlseusatonof state and  national Issues from the Democratic potnt of view  The chief participants In the confer ecoee which finally brought about un-Salmons action wore Senator Hill, for mar IJoutaaant Qovwnor W. .F.,ahee-han, chairman of the national ex ecutlre committee; Geonre Fostei Peabody, treasurer of the national eommittee; Chairman Cord Meyer ol the sUte committee, and W S. Rodle of the state executive committee: State Senator McCarren. Charlee F Murphy. State Senator Victor J Dow ilng. National Committeeraan Norman B. Mack, Aug:ust Belmont and formei United StatP.a Senator Edward Mur phy, Jr., of Troy.  Tammany Hall. There waa meation alao of Aaaemblyman Gwrge m. Palmer of Scboharle. minority l«ad«r in the atate aaaeoibly.  Juatic« Herrick mkht hare be«i lected earlier In the conferwice but for the bitter opposition of State Com-r.iUteeman Patrick E .McCabe and his fellowi tn the Albany oriraniratlon. by whom Jnatlce Herrick has for many Tears b«ien regarded as the leaxlor of ♦ heir opposition within the party in Albany county.  Th« Allwny people -ere at la.<rt over borne and «'hen Justice HorricU's name was brouRht Into the «mvcntin it was accompanied by the soml oV. cial announcenioot that ho woul l have the support of the Albany ciMiniv crtanlzati'jn a« well as of thai In Rcnnselaer county, about which fo similar reasons there had been .«um question  Throughout tho momlnK. beforo tb conTention came together the imnro slon Increased that the situation h.iii be^ found impossible of unanimou settlement and that the several can:' dates must ttRht out their battle h one or more actual ballots upon th. ecu Tuition floor.  Ej(p«cted an Exciting Struggle. The eipeciation of an exciting stni^ Kle produced a feeling of intense in terest, which was augmented as the minutes passed after the hour set for tb« «easloo. and all kinds of rumors oiiginated in th* delegatiooa or per-oolated aomehow Into the crowd from ouulde the ball^  Toward the last, howerer. there l>e-came more and more definite Information, narrowing down the list of can-| dldates until only the names of Jus-1 tic« Herrick and MarUn W Uttleton of Brooklyn remained and at laat that of Mr. Littleton dlaappeared and by the time tho leaders entered tho hall It bad become quite generally known that Justice Herrick and RepreaenU tiT« Harrison had been selected respectively for tha first and second placws on the ticket.  Two factors dominated all the negotiation« and discussions leading up to the llnal disposition of the ticket. One was Senator Hill's announced intention to sln.ijle out the strongest poe-tlble candidate upon whom anything like an agr^^ment could be reached The other was Mr. She-Chan's Insistence upon unanimous action. Both exprersed themselves after the con ventlon as absolutely satisfied with the result  Tht balance of the ticket was a comparatively simple mailer and the speeches to a larRo extent consisted of p^arsonal tributes lo the candidates se lected \ change In the "slate" wa.s made In the last moments beforo the nominations began. For state treas virer Simon G. Schlacter of Syracuse had been selected, but was finaUy replaced by William Muonch on the ground that a business man waa de •Ired for the treasurershlp Mr Schlactar is a lawyer  Mx Hill made a little spocch last night from the balcony of his roon. m the Grand I'aion hot*) \ crowd ol delegate« gathered on the walk, ser enade.1 him with a band, and clamored tor hU appearance. At last he came out and said:  "Fellow Democrat«—I thank you for rtjur kindness expreased In this greet 11« and I dealre to congratulate you npoa <he splendid work of the conren tion ended today It means victoo"  One Dead and Four Others Cannot live.  Dramr, Sept 33.-rir« Uwi^anant Dok>ff is d«ad. foar fireoMo a«« baing k0ot alir« b? th« aiiminittraton of oxygen and thirteen others ar« critieal-ly ill from tb« eflecU of nitric ^»cld fume« inhaled at a imall flr»I rtn the oBBo« ol tb«*Denr«r Port. Small ;hop« ifl f«lt for the reoov«ry of tl» foar nien.  Russian Cruiser  Forbidden'^ Coal  Lam Palmas. Oanan Iiland. S<»ot. 22. —Tbe Rusflian cm liter Terek oomoMnx-ed coaling here yeaterdaT bnt ^aa stopped and ordered to leave. Ber commander protested that b« could not leare owing to needed repair« to her enginea. She was, howeTer. forbidden to take on any more coal wat«r or  •tore  WiU be Notified at Olean.  N«w York, Sect 23.-It waa au Doaaoed today that oo Oot 4th tlUe R.-put^iaan oandidatet for goremor nn i oth«r «tate offio«n wiU h« ootifilwi . f their nomination at tbe bom« of Setaa tor Ei«rini at Qleao. Th« aoeach Doti^ing Mr. HìrkIoi will b« mad« by Sanator Maibv. Tbe other «paakers will be form«r Qov. Black, diaonoey Depew Mr. Brace and J. Bloat Fi  Plac« of H. P. Whitney. Saratoga. Sept. 22.—Tbe Democratic itate committee met after the oonren tion and Oiled sereral racancies ex Isting In the state electoral ticket due chiefly to the former Incumbeflls belni; director« in Iwinks. which is held to disqualify for electorship Following are the irubstltutlons:  Herrnan Ridder of New York was placed at the head of the ticket aa slecior-at large. In place of H. P Wbltni^y. and E>lward C. Shoehy was made district elector In place of Mr Ridder The o4her changes are Nath an Straus rice Janie« T. Woodward cA New York: W P Mitchell rice Isidor Strang of Now York; William Demp »ey In the Franklin district rice Matt C. Raniiom of Malone: James K. Raf tcr In tbe Herkimer dis rlct vice Rob ert Earl: B J. Haroun Howe rice Gllee S. Piper of Oswego; Edwin Duf fy Tlce L. J. FlUgeraJd of Cortland; Frederick Cook vice Walter B Duffy of Monroe.  Spahr'a Body Washed Ashore.  L«ond<*i, Sept 22. — The body ol Charles B. Spahr, editor of a Ne* York magaiine. was washed asbor« today near Broadstalrs. Kent, Eng land He either fell or Jumped orer hoard from the steamer Prince Albert ikr.g. 30^ midway between Ostend and  rtn-w-mr  ■ ' MARKET REPORT.  dipio—tiB rscussutatlT«« la Baimi« ¡  TIm royal prwsnk» «aa a •awlar'^« of ooaaMtfaUi MKalfkjaswa. It eoa-■l«l«d of wioai alato oAdala. a baad aad a «qaadroa of th« vaard.p««(MMlla« th* kiag'a earriac«, whiU th* oowa prino«. th« royal faaily mm m aqaad-roo of oaTalry rblk>w«d.  At th« «atrtnoa of tb« oathadral th« king w«« B«t br tb« arrhblahoo aaa acoompanyin« clerfT aod «aoorted to the altar as tbe cboir anng th« "Blago-rUTf>n" or "Blened be the Nam« of the Lord." Then I he arcbbiabop rare tbe king • crtiaa and Bible, aftvr wbicb Peter mounted tbe utepa of th« throne and sat upon it A l««K)ti from tb« Bibl« d««críb^ tb« aoolnting of Sani wa« read, when tb« arcbblaboo «orink l«d tb« crown with Holy wat«r. Then calllnc to bin tbe president ot parlia-rnsnt aad th« oommandar of tb« army, tbe ar^biabop placed tb« crown oo  crowd« oomnandlng th« people to eheer for Kiag Petar maoy of th« rioM ol ioiclsg woald hava b*«e ahaant. Fatar, L. who waa^crowaad king of th« kiag's b«ad. the m»«id«nt aad tb« SerrU today, wa« bora la Balcrada ta g«n«ral a«iatln« and olacitkg their hand« <Hi th« crowa This waa to «ic nif- that PBt«r was croinwd tir th« thr«« ««tat«« of tb« realm-th« ehnroh. th« parllam«ot aod tb« army.  Tb« king art«rwan] siKMd the his tory of the crown, which waa handed to th« ministar of ednoatioo, to b« placed in tb« gorenment arohiT««. Tb« king, having retaraad to tha pal-ao« to reoelTe oonrratnlatioca. the crown waa oarrlel. with a military ««-oort. and placed on tb« throoa.  Tb« firi.nc of moa. waving of flag*  and throwing of fluwera akwa tb« root« of tb« royal pnxMsion made tbe reception of the king eeem «othoalaatic to th« ordinary ook)oker. but to the maa behind tbe soeoea It appeared nxna Lik« a cleTeriy managed itage perfonnaikca.  184A. th« «oa of Alaxaiider KarMCMnga-  ricPriiMM of 8«rTia from 1843 to IMS. Pet«r waa proelaiia«d klag lalhaalgM of Jan« 10-11. 1903, by th« oOean of Um Serrian army after th«y had mt-dered King Alexaadar and Qeeea Dran. For many y«ar« P«t«r had Itr-«d quietly at Qanera. H« waa Marridi In ims to Prino««« Zorka of Montaaa-gro, wbodiad in 1800. H« ha« two •on« and a daogbtar. George. ag«d 17: Alexandar. and lA. and H«l«a. agad 18.  King Peter is d««o«ndad from Kara* «•orge, a peaaant who was th« laaAar  of tb« Inaarreotion agalnat Tnrfcar ta 1801. Ha reÍKn«d a« Prino« of 8«rTla from 1804 to 1818 wh«n h« was aao-  plantad by th« Obrenoric during a cod inaurrariion.  Left For Washington.  Oyster Bay. Sept: 123.-PrB«id«nt Roo«eTelt and familr left forlWaahins-  ton thi« morning.  The  Electric Car Struck Charge of Dynamite  Democratic  Campaign Book  N«w York. Sept. 22.—Tb« I>emo cratic campaiitn text book baa been completed and la about;.to be iernedit discoaae« tbe iaraei of the two par tie« and reprints a namber of spe«cbea eiren br leading De^rats.  Cool Weather at Saratoga  Barato«;», bept. 22.-The tempera ture in this city fell to^ twenty>bove zero today.  in the state of New York and In my judgment is the forttiinner o< rictory in the nation."  Senator Hill left Saratoga for Al bany with the Albany Democratic club last eroalng and W. F. Shoelian went to New York on the Empire SUta ex pr«8s The Tammany delegation left soon after the oonTentlon adjourned but Chariee F. Murphy remained here P. a McCarren and the Biwxklyn men remained bar« ntU this toarn In«.  N«w York Provl«l«n M«rk«t.  N«w York, S«pt. »1. WHEAT—No I red, $1.14% f. o. h afloat. No 1 northern Duluth, $1.21%.  CORN—No 2 com. ST^c f. o. h afloat; No. 2 yellow. 61V4c.  OATS—Mixed oata. »6 to 31 lbs.. MViCiSHc; cllpp«! white. 3« to 40 lb«.. 37He41c,  PORK—Mess. $12.50011.60; iamUy. $15 10  hay — Shipping. «7\4c: good to choice. *5c  BUTTER—Creamary. «rtraa. 1»\4 , ©l»14c; factory. 1101l*c; w««tem, imitation creamery, li©16o. |  CHEKSK—State, full cream, srtall choice. 9c.  EGGS — State and PennaylTauia fancy. 27i? 28c.  POTATOES—Long lalap.l. per obi, $1.S0©1 87  Outward Bound Boston Car Blown to Piecea  Suspect Released.  Rocheeter, Sept 22.-Frank Swartz. under arrest ou suguloion of tl>e murder of Charlee Lowe, baa been ^dia coarged from the Albion jail.no indictment having been fonud.  Buffalo Provision Market.  Buffalo, SopL 21 . WnEAT—No 1 rK>rthem. car loada $1.26winter wheat. $1 1.5.  CORN — No 2 com. St'.c fo b afloat: No 2 yellow. 59c  OATS—No 2 white. r.4\c f ob afloat: No 3 white. 34c  FLOT'R — Fancy blended pateal per bbl. |f>50'ii:25: low ^Trades. $4 25 0500  BUTTKR Creamery wp.<«\ern. ex tra tubs 2(V: state and Pennsylvania creamery 194% it 20c; dairy, fair tn  Nine Passengers Killed Outright and Several Fatally Injured. Many Severely Wounded — Vicinity Presented a Feartul Spectacle—The Ground was Strewn with Legs, Arms and Other Portions of the Bodies ot Persona who Had Been so Uncere moniousiy Ushered Out of the World-The Car was Loaded with People.  portion was blown Into small p4ecM, while wlndowa within a radius at a fuarter of a mile were shatterad.  Tbe Immediate rtdnlty of the accident pre«ented a fearful spectacl«. Tha gTO»ind was strewn with lens, arm« and other portions at the bodlaa of tho«« who had be«o killed, while shrieks and groans came froaa th« writhing forms of the Injured.  The car oootained mostly m«a oa Ibelr way to thetr home« In this dty, the accident taking place only a quar-tw of a mile from Melroee Centor  Within a few minute« a .trreat crowd had collected and the injured wore tenderly cared for until pbysleiana from MeJrose and nearby town« reached the scene  r<»r more, than three hours the greatest confu«ion existed and It was dimcult to obuln the name« of any of the dead or Injured or to ascertain the cause of the accident.  TbouKands of p*v»ple rushed about trying to And relatives and friends, and the h<»*pitals were besieged.  New York. Ontario jnd Western.  New York. Sept. 22—A repreaenta tlTe of the New York. Ontario and Western railroad made the statocneni yeaterday that the management no* holds proxies for over 381.000 share? out of a total of 580,000 shares Tbe annual meetlnR takes place on Wed neaday next. It was reported that r new flnanciaJ plan would be submit ted to stockholdwra at this me«ilaif but offlclals of the oompany would not eonflrm this report  Friar« Repudiate Agreement.  Manila. Sept 2!.-The .A.ugusunlan friars have repudiated the agreomeai made In Rome between the late Pop« Leo, the lata Archblihop Guidl. api>« toUc delegate In the PUllppme Ulands and former Ooramor Taft, that the money paid by the Unlt»d State« ir tha porohase at th« friar landa »i^onV r«Dialn in the lalandi, and hare re quested that the i^ymwta to tham Ih made in drafts on Loadon.  good. IT© 18c  CHEESK-Fancy full creara. »H(fï 10c; good to choice. common  to fair. Se'c TOGS—State fancy fresh.-SSc POTATOES—Par bn.. 6O06Sc  Ea«t Buffalo Live Stock Market  CATTLE^—Beet ateers on aale. 15 25 OS-M: f^r to good butcher «taers, K1094.B0. medium half fat steers. ft.S0C|4 00; common to fair heifers. 12 2562 T5; choice to ertra fat heifers 14.0094 40; good butcher bulls. |3 00 03.4«; choice to extra Teals. |7 5®0 T.7i: fair to good reals. t6 259S75  liHKSP .\ND LAMBS Chmc Ivmba. |6.10@6 25: tktr to good |f.T5&600: yearlings, fair to good 14.4004.50; mixed sheep. |4.00(94 iS HOGS—Mixed packers' grades IMOGfi SO; medium boga, t6.40OC.M; pigs, llKht. 15 9006.15.  BufTalo Hay Market.  HAY—Timothy. per tons. looa^ H2 00O1S00; hky. pnmo on track, 115.00014.00; No 1 do do. IIX.OOO UOO: No 2 «0 do. í'uOO¿íH OO  Melrose. .Mass. Sept 22—An out ward Ixjund t U'clric rjir oontajnlng 3-fersiins was blown u> pl<'C«'S at S o'clock la-t night Dear tho comer t>( Wyoming a\enu> and Ma'.u street, this city, by strums 2 oound box ¡■of dynamite thst had fulW'U off an ex press wa^on. Six pt>rsons were killtxl. three more died of their injuries within an hour and 19 others on the car wore taken to the two hospitals suCferinK from various wounds. At least a score o( i«rson« in tha Imme-' diate Niclnity of the eiploaloo were treated for cuts from flying ^aaa an(* aplinters •  I Tho following dead had t>een Idtm tifi ed  Dr Malcom E Mcl>ennan. Molrose Highlands  E B.' Haynea. Melrose.  Wlrvileld IU>yke, Saugua Mass., mo-tormaii  E A Stow«, South Boaton. died at boepltal  Fted D. MargbaJI, Bo«ton. diad at hospital.  The unidentified dead were three wom«n and a Syw-old Rlrl  Ono of the women dle<l at the Mel ro«e hospital  Edward A Watwhouaa J D. Patton. George H .\ndrew», (ill of Mel«j««. each had a U-«; amupt&tt>d Mrs. John Conway of Melrxae and Or Parry of Wikefleld had both leg« brokan.  All of thee« »ill probably die.  So great was the force o< the ex pkialon that all hot \0 f««( thè rear  AOATTeROFMEALTH  POWDER  Absolutaly Pure  HASMOsoBsmm  Lady Curzon  Seriously HI.  London. Sept. 28.—It is annouooed that th« oondition of Ladj Cursuc 1« •eriooa. Lady Curren Mlsi Uet^r of Chicago.   

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