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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 6, 1885, Wellsville, New York                                 Vol. 6. Fo. 30.  ........ii:>',  WELMYIIiLE, n. Y., FRIDAY, FEBRtTARY 6. 1886.  National Bank,  WELLSVILLE, 2Î. X CAPITA!,, , - $100,000,  H. N.  F. H.'FURMÀIÎ'  PrmSd^t, ViCivPnmid-nt, CftsMw,  DIRKGTOaS,: a, K. tirrn?, , w. r, aoaBfs -sra. oosa,  ■ J. rAR.^•CT.í, r. if. roRrdAP. ■ .  This iDstitution !)Sfi ample faeHltf'-t» ft'r tmn»-actlriK ony niouctai-y biiglnofw, Dcali JitMJraHy with itB cueUimtrs, nnd iuvllu'iRCi'ounta from all clftsets dcstrStiir banking aecommodations.  Foreirn Hx<.'li«nfrf» Pas^iwc tivketa tor eAio ou iftvorablc teniw.  New-York: coiTC'«S5C!>'It;i!»-Firr;t fod Central KfttlotiRl Bttnkii-  J. W. CÂLLMAN,  OPl'DSITS SWîFT'rt Mtï.r,,-Has a Btock of Frcah  ~ ^ -f w » ii .'Î- « ' « ■ f- n * ■«• « »  GROCERIES  Wliich iu" j'-j orrcring at  VERY LOW PRICES, :  Can and bo Convinced.  Welisïiiley  eoiowi! tüc lange  Tij!' îâr..!iT'-<i;neil Ikt; iu-t opoiicl r, New Livery :ind Lt ch.uvK'- sU tUeb!\ruoi tUcConuiicr-  <;!;il liouii.' !» WcliiviUf.  Good Horses. Good Rigs.  Prii  Low  ;oî  tu'J N^nv ï,iv(>i'.y.  C. B, HITG-GINS,  FKOPKIETOB.  M Ml yfl CT y RES  SPECIAL SALE  IN WINTER GOODS  OF  A.11 Kinds,  BY  GOODRtÒH & CO  MPROVEO FARMS^  POR SALE.  f in  in Andover, About 80 Acres. Wirt, of About 240 Acres. Five Farms in Scio. Also a very Fino Residence In Scio, Ni Y^  And olher Pror>f-rt}'. TnlJ on or fidrtres»,  J. H.  Doc. Ki, ni2.tî&w:  CLARK,  ßCIO. N. Y.  IF YOU MUST Bjy,  GErTHEBEST  THE FINEST BHANDS OF  Pure Liiu-ops)::  AEE NOW ON SALE AT  Decker's, Wells ville.  The trsdc mipplied with puro Liquors, ih ba?t!ca IMp. Gliyyer Ale. &o., &e., ih Q Ailefraay Coutuy.  (M.ri'i ■ hunibniii.'èd by -of" t'>iic,  A UFAcfuRED BY  WILLIAMS,  . I ,< .)r, I10"ÔC lUocL;  ii J.-,';-;. Î).  Iho fcest  IiaK«r, ba?tJca Pop. Gliyyef Ale. &o., &e., iho best la Ailegaay Coutuy  'NÒ fatûKÎBbaiénl .'3 tsom t!omp!nt«F-!i«tti;r prioe« caanot li<> iiai. Orf'.f'sT, Promptly Attcndeû To,  W. P. DECKER.  ^Töllsrtlle, Aug. Ci, 1863.  The Reporter.  WJELLSVILLE, K. X  Enos W. Barnes,  BOITOa.  ßüSBOBJKtOH S&CBHT8FBR  sins BAtce nude known si U>e  Mobth. Adver-  JoHW A. CoPBLAHD, who BfgnB himself "MftDftgei' St Jolio OJrbair— circuit possibly belüg a typo«mphloal error for circna—writes a letter to The Buffalo Courier \n which he oharsres that the Hepablican party haa been endeavoring to carry water on one shoulder and whiskey" on tlie other. The manager of the St. John belongs to a party which pretends to oarry water on both shoulders Init whose aid and comfort—s^ch as they were—were given during the lato campaign to the JDomocracy—a party that carries whiskey on both its iihoulder», not to speak of the carg^o in itf etom-aoh.~i\^. Y. Tribune.  Khartoum Falls.  Oen. Gordon's Fat© Unknown.  The ENGLISH WHIPPÊD  And tha Eni-Uah aov#rnmonf.Thrown Into Wild Consternation.  CORPSE'S UNHOMANTIC WOOING.  Ho SufiS'For the Recovery of Numerous Loans and Present©.  PETER ELFLEIN,  Î.Oiaiii BTHRE-r,  ' German-American Hotel  mii)  s uri.  X Î'OS'IJ? ^  ^r: D ' ANIMALS  . 'ViOUNir.D ANDOVER  ! ,til I V  u' a.! J..!'- or P.ianu^ V uîKi Ht Ilio î>i!.!' tiìoin.i ì on  >.'i ^ Î 'b. Vfìts  h-.'iuif mount  'jl'ìf i j > "e. ''<-"1  Ali oixlers sent to tlie un-deraigned at Ando ver, IST  Y., wi'ìI roceive prompt ät-  ..............................-.....................  O. E« VARS. ,  Ì>t;i'  ariti w yr 1  .. KEEPS ÏH.E (.KLEBRATEP .. .  Q-enesee Brewing Go's,  I^Ì: ¡1^1 P^i iPi fê? iii^ä liJii f^î  Xi^G-ElIi.  rK -r: r  Or. cmuptht ;i'ì ì''^- ìì fvnd cV-id". out in liir^ü or :-J! "li: ftiT elisioni"!^.  If you want a good cigar or a cool fresh glafcs of Lager, call on Petkr.  ViKOKNNKS, Ind, Feb. George Corpse, Jr., of Mitchell, Ind., haa for fiome time been engaged to Mrs. Jen-nio Pope, a widow, but she got jealouB and broke the enRflgement. Corpse then filed suit for all moneys advanced her and for all articles of luxury and. ;aia© given her during their lonp: enp:agement. On the docket appears the followini? novel statement : June,  1883, to cash loaned, |15.(M)April,  1884, to cash loaned, 15.00; May, 1884, to cR.sh loaned ' $1.50.' Then ioliowfl a list of presents.  . Ip the trial the widow's testimony and that of Corpse caused great amupe-ment. Corpse testified that the bill did not include varioua small suma ho had given her with which.to buy taffy, etc. Tho Jury returned a verdict in favor of the defandant.  [NoTi.—Now Llmt's a piHittj way for a corpse to act right in tho very hour, as it wrre, of a uolemn diioaasioa of black and blutltints of things funereal.  We are moved to euggast that it a WellBvillo corpse should "undertake" each a performance, it would find a card of condemnation in tho Daily Bladder that would make it wish it had never went dead. That corpse will juat as likely aa not insist upon having iun atita own funeral.—Ed.  iiKPORTBU.]  ^ NE W  AHI) HÂl^moME LOT OF  PIBSHIIISS GIOTHS  JUST RECEIVED BY  ■^cii-m-Ki-Wisisg, ■  THE TAILOR!  OPPOSITE  Pearl Street,  BKHVKE'fJ MARKKT.  - - WellsviMe  PRICE ant! FIT GÛÂRAIiTEED.  the-Insti tu to  J. A. Bvvink, of Andover, aooidentaliy explcclcd a cheli beforo it was "poshed home," in a Wmehester rifle, badly burning both eyes, and Ìlllinf» his face with powder. Hie physician sent him to Dr. Up do Grati, I'-ho han tho case under treatment.  Mr, Beldeh, of Castile, "waa operated upon for cataract a day or two since. 'diariesCheron, of Sterling Run, Pa., with intiirnlng eye-Iashes, had an operation upon both oyo-lidB, to restore their proper shape.  A little girl, of thi^i city, vran operated upou for cross-eye.  All thcHC» operatinriH were performed by Dx- Up do Graff, while tlio patiyntg v/<ire protected iroiu pain by the now looni anH;sthetie--Goeoa{n.o, on Satur-■rmy iaM-.~'Bimira:-Ado£rthcr........  Khartoum, so'long held bravely by Gen. Gordon, has fallen. The Amb heathen have circumvented the llsh inlpfllon of relief. By wHy  gem and yaatly superior numbers they have reduced the Khartoum stronghold, and the fate of Gordon at thii writing is unknown. ^ v; .  Col. Wilson, with a email. body of men, was ditpatched from Metemneh, circus where Gen. Stewart's army Is statioD-ed, to proceed to Khartoum on a etenmer. Arriving at Khartoum, he waa fired upon, and to his cohstema-tion found that the rebels had captured and held tho city. Beating a hasty retreat down the river. Col. Wilson and hifl band escaped until they stranded upon an island. Hero by treachery, tho entire party waa massacred, with tho eiceptlon of bIx ®r eight men who escaped, and from them cornea the no^B which Appals England.  Khartoum feU on tho 86th of January. The belief ie general that anlew Gen. Btewart's army at Metemneh is epeedily reinforced, that fmsitlon and his army wiil shajio the fate of Khartoum. .i t • • —  at Kartoam are reported to have been massacred.  It 1b thought that Gladstone will bo forced to resign.. . ^ • m  eORDON FORCED TO» '  A cabinet council haa bean summori-ed to meet the emergency. Gladstone la fearfully disturbed by the new0, and some people believe he will resign. A natlyo reports that the mahdl has 60, 000 men in the vicinity of Khartoum, and that ho has introduced a number of his emieearies into the oity. The emi&saries mingled freely with" tho native Xroops under General Gordon, and by brlb<!B and threats and working on their religious feollngH induoi;d them to mutiny. Seven thousand of the garri-fion danertcd to the rebels, leaving Gordon with 3,500 soldiers. With this small force he attempted to hold the city against tho mahdi'p army, but after f^evere ilghting, in which a lai^e number of tho rebsls were killed, ho WBB compelled to surrender. ^:: : WILSON A I'AAVLY StASSACHEO.  Kohti, Feb, .x—Detailg of tho mBBS-acro of Coloiiel Wileoo and party  FASSETT HOUSE,  WELLSVILLE, Y., S. H. CAMPALI. > Proprietor.  ■ «g-tW 'iìiiaio lina from aU'ìraina. Gcoa ßaTcpio.liooms on ilrs tSioor.  Amplô~iîabîo i^c unnioiìatlon connected'i^itn ' be hotiRo  100  ter, N, Y,  8ALESM EN  " 3d Watroo- »te  (iood  . WANTED,!  Aemif Work. Addri's-',. maa, Hocbc .T«r.. 2, ml  A. w. KAHLE, M.D.,  Pbysieian and SmgeoD,  alle:hT0wn, N. ^^  Oftìco aii.l liobidcnco over the Post Oîlici" I'rrtfcaaion;'.! 'r.'l« ¡;ironn>t!y »n.sivpjtj auj  Washinqton, Fob. S.-'tioorgü E. Lemon, pensiovi nttoriioy, togtiûed before tiio^ house comaiiitee to-day^ that ho paid Colonci Jn^ierfo'J ^3,500 -h  have juet been iarniehed by Huseelu, a etokeroa b, Btearaer, who with two Bailor:?, i?7o ftTtiiierymen ftcd throe Egyptians eueaped. When Wilfion'a  Pteamer left Khartoum there were on beard beeidee Wilson, tho European Cpneuls, Power and Herbia, Hassan Bay, tweiye Greeks and a number of native«. Two other steamers accompanied Wilson to Berber. The little ileet t'helloa Berber, but with what roault in i?oV jtat'^d. Poor -Nrif^ar« j6ined the fleet at, Berber and tho party prooceded uown the Nllo to Abti Ilame'i. -HfT« Vr'Umn ■ dfepopnfi of the cfi'cort p.nd oontinnc.'i th« joiira-'-y wifeb his ov?a HloauMT.  A ehos-t distaipi^.below Abu Hamed "" Wi! eon-'n'Bt enta'cr- ran- cm-«-rofik -ami-be-! cr.rji''hopclcfrtli- fixed. Tli-i rrot«.-dio-! t.j an isiaiul.  AKTIili HPIKIKQ XTiV- QUPiS rni»nnnit!on  " vver  faoiiaaolabltiMSBativ*, ^,^^ ^^ wMpwi|i«j«d. Willi« piitelii«^ frefbrnenta StdétttAtt m^'i Mid two band« m feitowen  the two inded, bat were thenthrowa their money Mid ed.  WWIethebloaIr  laotiKl at til» another party ftttael^edtb« feneelei  fltroAgle was brief, all ezeepttaffaam^ tor and iMven who meftiMd bdit^J^  The Pall MaU 0aieU(i, refenrlog io the captare of Khartoum, Tiolent^  asBallfl the proemittiiatioii of tlm gov-ernraéat lefidliig mh expedilkm for ij^^on'a relief^ thereby sAortfieing Khartoum.  ISLAM IS HOW VIOTOBIOCi. It eo&tinuea, and the reToit fkll of Kbartoiuu will permeiM^tlt« atdil of the world, and nsl«ai sidiaA^iy df«-play boldness and w«rine«i equa} to their former dilatorinets, a wotse oataetropho will follow. England dar» not ay befoBe the eastera f^ It WMldt mean war from one end of Alla lo tlio other. Shemtiftt reinforee beri^ftfrlft-rlsotfa everywhere, Ind^faig Indi», even If neoeii^ry to eaJl General Earle must advUBd« npldly to Berber and Metemoe^^toeteij be rMUiNp^f^»  nerVé ffia»t be strained to pròre 3i«t ~ tho Khartoum disaster has sUffeiied a« . .reeolutlon to hold England*« f^ aloft -  of every foe. Oór' Aa^fillC^ not to fUnel^ bti^ ti». pwp«pc|i»mBr tuoUtles ejQd reUeve IfetMaoaife bgr water. *We liave falìèd to mtmChMF don. We have now to mve SUwtt^  BoouESfBH, Feb. 6.—The banlontpt dry goods etoek of Mrs. Bo&aM don, inventoried at mm  sold td-^iiy by the and m  bought by BnrB:, Fitzsimmwâs» Co., of this oity, in one Lot tost omI^ A-year agoJDonald öoidon'a «took'IM» purohased by'the «ttOitô, dem t<m 000 in cash.  nisihl.  fcVpt 3-5113.  V/eUnviUo N. i'  and Judgi» Wil-on 11,000, to secur«^ ) passaggi of a law enacted .'it th" li:r»L fieç&ioîi of oongreflé, for au- InorcuHi- of  attorney fern in poneion caHe,i. Th5-payment of Ihese sumH v/ay G0ui;:ts,'»'ui upou t'ic paesano of Hie act,  J. AxiBtin bliavi', Nuraeriimaa, Hocbcs- | erVNatlonaf SuS* ...... W.A  Bank or wKiJiSViiXB, ». ci^n,,...-. . Ocücral Kaiil-ing buslnoäi li-ansaited. cu. iccüona aro^'^n^ -ni all rnttö of ' tr^o fJaitcd ¿Ä? Dob a ta Koceivod. Cortin^ua I^';,«  Newport Corro8aoad..r.t i.raportor's and Tmd-  A FINE LOT.  English and German Cashmera Hose in black and. colors at Harris.'  Lun!: ^ .  T-i-i ti.i i: Tir >• o. i-. ' t 'oi.  t  Garni,  Î. a . : _ j..,;.' . iiuri-isJiy > '.f -d \ O LllU I i:' îu-^olv^i». -Mrn '¡y .< ri; ^ rro'vd  ■\i\ \: -!> f .ii. pr.'.'^cuivÏ ■nVììt-oj! [ic:ii buli'Iiuau Ward  invitin«-; the party to ôuîeiman'a  house a« his guest«., They accepted, and WiltionV the two coasulfl and Hadsaii Bey wer« condaoted td 'tlie  SPBiHerB'iEi.P, Ilk,» •  publican Senatorial oaueus t^ia ing nominated Ijogan for United States Senator by aoolamation. iK^taa was subsequently escorted to the liiSl« where ha thanked the eaoeus forth* honor and said If all Bepublioans etood by him he would be elected or  provoat tho electioa of JDemcNOCftt.__________  Roohesteb, Feb. 5.—The el«M)tioa of officers of the grand lodge of tJiW Ancient order of United Workm«tt i« in progrosB. William J. Donnel, c^ Shenaao, Chautauqua oounty, wm elected grand masîer workman; L B» Barrett, of Albany, gr&ad foremazi; Doll Tuttloof Little Yaîl^, gu8 county, grand overseer. Tk» other ofScers will be eleoted tbii aft^-noon. The grand lod^ of l#iS will meet in Byraoua©.  New »YOBK, i'eb. 5,—The gr^Kleit cooking nmla in five yea» took pltea near the city to-night. Wall gtreet sports wore woU represented and tiok-6t8 cost ten dollar«. The flgUt wa» between LoB^lflland and weat««B îiafT York birds, ©aoh eide to »^ow mwrnt-teen birds. Stakoa |250 & battle and |2,500 for the odd main. Nin® battles were fought, Long Island winning sUt. Over $8,000 changed hand*.  President-elect Cleveland left Albany Wednesday for New York, aocomiMUi-Icil by CJoloaol liamont. He will stay in Now York until Saturday. Govefaor Hill if» tr> give his reception to the legli-le,tma and to other distingulalitd officials, including tho prMident eleot, next Wèdneaday. Thursday mdratef he will go to Now York to review th* Seventh reglmeai, and Friday bewUl attend a reception to be given by Gyrus W. Field in honor of the bhrthday of hie bmth «r, David Bodley Field,   

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