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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - June 16, 1887, Wellsville, New York - fe in N. JUNE 16, 1887 Co. W. - - in 1.00 m Very Latest News Gathered Fresh From Every WHO ARE READY to WHIP - and Charley Both for the Interview With Billy Opinion of the 14.Jake the prise ling is expect d to arrive here to-day and with tlie theater thia and deposit is at the Clipper office ready for Sullivan to cover if he has desire to save his Richard K Fox of the Police Gazette is backing and has given hira the champion title by reason of 8ullivan's The has given him the proud who was manager of Sullivan and made the latter all he has is now doing the honors and from what is said about the successor of Sullivan he has a better will fight said Mr. Madden Pat Paddy Ryan or any other in fact he is willing to hold the championship title against all and Kilrain are both and they ore clever Mitchell has been in Buffalo before and made many friends In we are going to send the deposit to the London Sporting and Kilrain will try to get a match on with Jem 3iaddeu also have got the two best boxers in the Mitchell will fight so eight rounds at any the winner to take the entire gate Kilrain will only 8ullivan to a finish and is willing to go to Spain or Mexico to do it. Mitchell thinks Jem Smith can lick he is a Ho that Kilrain will whip opinion is shared by Richard K NEW and Boiled for the There and June 15.It is officially announced that the health is greatly He passed a restful night and arose much Jane 15.During a gale lust night the yacht Gracie was driven on and now lies in a bad The Fiona drifted into a fleet but June 15.The during the jubilee festivities will grant amnesty to all military and naval prisoners convicted qf minor June 15.Mr. John Morley has announced his intention to move in the house of commons that the crimes act expire at tba end of three June 15.The Mersey Yacht Club of has arranged a match race the Thistle and the June 15.The constitutional prohibitory amendment was rejected by tiie house yesterday by a vote of to 73. Bolton iron work era resolved Inst night to continue their strike five weeks June 15.A alight shock of earthquake in the vicinity of Strasburg on - June 15.The council of the Irish has Issued invitations to for the Irish patriot to be June 21, the queen's jubilee The cards are deeply with June 15.Commander-in-chief G. A. was received by the Brooklyn posts A parade in the afternoon was by a banquet in the Allowed to June 15.Judge in the United States district court that the action of the emigration commissioners in refusing the 71 by City of Chester permission to land was not legal The detention of the mi migrants was solely on the ground that their been paid by the British and Judge in discharging the aakl this was not a ground for their not being allowed to land The statute gives aa reasons for the prevention of the landing of paupers idiocy or Juno 15uJames proprietor of extensive cranberry was robbed in the woods between Md South Wareham yesterday by two who took all his a and ieil vrith the They answer the ' gives ie June 15.Mr. and Bosenzweig and their two Edward and were stricken day after in addition to tlie some lies at point of From mm Ship the report of examine designs sab mitted for tiM new 0,U0(>-toa cruiser and 6,000>toii The board of tht Barrow Ship of for both submitting report on the plans of M. CapL U. P. Norton and J. do not to tiie requirements of the department's The marked differences ih the of armored cruisers prevent the order of merit The board dues not deem it advisable to build upon any of the plana The board approves design fA Barrow Building and tbe opinion that such addition to our Koyal 4$apreme June Royal Arcanum supreme council to-day elected the following Supreme S. M. Lindsley of N. supreme L. R. HAVE A ANCE WITH LORD 8treBg-te4tt A. C. Md. supreme E. A. N. Y. supreme W. Mich. supreme BL 8. supreme T. E. supreme Prank G. next annual session will be held in providing the Massachusetts legislature will pass an act legalizing legislation enacted If this the annual meeting be held in Indianapolis Trains a June yesterday heard as to tiie running of additional Sunday trains on the Air Line division of the New New Hartford railroad company's petition was by Superintendents Shepard and Davidson and Director who took the ground that the trains were a public The represented by Iline and objected to Sunday trains as tending to and if one newspaper Was allowed the privilege of a it would open the doors to Sunday feta The reserved their commissioners decided last evening to make permanent their allowing accommodation trains to run They took no action on the Shore Line newspaper train asked Martyr June 15.The statue of Nathan made by authority of the state to tie placed in the was yesterday formally delivered by the commission to tbe state It is the work of Carl of and is a bronze figure of heroic siza Halo is represented as standing with his arms partly outstretched and in an attitude suggestive of words of regret that he bad but one life to give for his was specially deigned by the commission that the unveiling of the statue should be without expense of they arranged a simple ceremony that proved impressive and interesting to all who Charles Dudley Warner made the presentation to which Governor Lounsbury responded briefly and eulogizing the life and character of to of the I * Austrian and man upon Lord 111 ion i li yesterday afternoon and Uir u. re together for or result of the has made but tbe and Austria on of and England's action with Austria in or thwarts Russia's ill concealed intention of warnings Of tbe English during the last few days not been to apprise Lord Salisbury of tbe fact thur l oth the Bulgarian and Afghan questions have phases their settlement AND DAY ON AMO THE RACE Telephone June 15.In the telephone suit Mr. yielded to Mr. who for the Bell taking the ground that plaintiff was guilty of and could not at this late day the interference of the court of He also held that no fraud was Ho facts from the United States in for tbe Thurman then began his argument for tbe He pointed out suit to or vacate a patent could be brought only by the Judge Thurman elaborated the point that the government has the right to file a for of a patent of its own At this point tbe court adjourned June 15,The Carlisle Indian training school sent pupils west nearly oil of whom have completed the course of the school They were mostly of the Sioux The customary annual examination of tbe institution will bo 4liipens^ with on account of the extensive now in One building is being erected over a hundred feet in length by thirty-six in It will be three and will be paid for by contributions made by pupils of the school and by at N. June 15.Dr. McGlynn addressed about 1,500 people in the Washington rink last evening on Cross of the New under the auspices of District 6S, Of L. He was To a reporter Dr. the sent out last night that be and his friends had determined to stop the circulation of tbe petitions for his reinstatement as of St Stephen's Boycott Jime 15.Members of labor have beert requested by the striking brewers to beer made by John BL H. Smith Suffolk Brewing J. F. Houghton Co. and also to boycott firms who bottle tbe beer made by these Large amounts of beer nude by imion in New received N. June 15.The national has found a shorty of more in the account of Sidney aged cashier of the Coxsackie National Hie amount Dwight declines to at The irregularities leem to bive la Nut a N. June 15.Krueger, editor of the Berlin Astronomiche cables to Professor Swift that the comet to have by at Nioe on tbe 9tb inst. W only an Russia to discretion for territorial absolutely position of Russia on tbe Afghan frontier after two years of careful quiet and unrestricted preparation is much stronger than that of England in any part of tbe and the first stages of actual war in that could not fail to result to English arms and firmly establish Russia in possession of the most strongly fortified positions in It will therefore be seen tbat an alliance of sufficient power to awe the czar into relinquishing his Is of great to at least until she can get ready to contest sia's claims individually with equal chances of the other hand the of a pro-Russian minister in Servia has deployed Austria of any hope of King Milan's in checking pretensions in the Balkans and made England's assistance on the eve of the election of a prince of Bulgaria to whose accession to the throne Russia will doubly for Germany's share in the the alliance she has everything to gain and nothing to By passively to prevent Russia from precipitating war in Afghanistan and lending her influence to a bloodless settlement of tbe ian she acquires two active allies in suppressing the warlike ebullitions of France until the arrival of the time when it shall seem advantageous to provoke or declare war against her implacable Keports of papers are filled with blood curdling accounts of the of the police in enforcing and that the resistance of the tenants and tbe violence of tbe spectators at Bodyke have been provoked the unjustifiably inhuman conduct of tbe constables rather than by the speeches of Mr. Pavitt and his of the Crown feature of the elaborate preparations for the queen's jubilee is tbe arrival of the Crown Frederick William of who overshadows all of the royal visitors in importance and interest The conflicting reports as to the gravity of his malady have added greatly to concern in his movements and have vastly increased his and next to the he will unquestionably be the most conspicuous figure of the The work of rating and preparing to illuminate houses is complets and to be bi other ways to put London in readiness to the Yacht Kaee in the jubilee yacht race is to a great degree decreased because of the absence of the Thistle from the list of and the extraordinary length of tbe which prevents spectators from witnessing anything but tbe start and except by and at expense and 1 is tbe favorite in the is very Prince in a June 15.Nothing further has been heard from the yachts which started yesterday from End in tbe jubilee rat e sirre the report that at 4 O'clock the leading the other which together and they are il tu 1? in the dense fog which The prince of Wales was to attend a dinner parly to the visiting royalties in London last night and intended to land at Harwich at p. m. and to London in u s| but at o'clock last lie hnd not arrived at t Ls enveloped in a think and as the in that district are infested with collier which move about with the in all kinds of the safety of the becomes a matter Of anxiety to the In the June 15.The prince of Wales returned to London last evening via Gravesend and nut Harwich he had He landed from the Norman Castle at Mouse light and made the rest of the journey by The Norman Castle has not yet arrived at where she should have some time and baa until tbe log A gentleman who was on Lord Alfred yacht and returned with the stated that the Mabel was leading at 4 o'clock in the with the Aline and Dauntless sailing abreast close behind Interview with the 8peciail|t. June 15.The Pall Mall Gazette an interview with Dr. the throat trouble crown prince of Germany is merely A growth and authorizes the to state as coming from That unless some change should occur in the general condition of the prince his to is ly Jime 18.There waa riot on the York Pennsylvania Ohio yesterday threw a rock at a - Tbe men rushed negro In a their stones and irera used were a few broken the police iu time to prevent hjr this Buries and isa It. victory over City In the fourth inning five balks by Shaw gave Stars three but tbd of the Stars 0- J 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 00 0/84 City 9. taly and and At K. 8 0 1 0 0 1 0 5-12 0100.0 00 16 Base Scranton IL 7, Scranton 7. and Meakin and 3 3 0 0 2 0 13, Newark 17. 8, Newark 8. and Henry and N. 000101 0 18 0 4 5 0 4 4 8 021 6, Binghamton 19. 15, Binghamton 19, Indianapolis i At 5, a. At 4, Detroit 8. At 3, Cleveland fi. At York 2, At 15, St Louis 12. At 6, Hartford 2. At 21, 7. At 8, Washington 2. Central PanUla te to First up af tba IwUr tba bearing tbe governor ww and with 0(tK)nti<nCkjisel looked over a larae number of New noon W. a Trull appeared in tion to tbe amending 185, lor tbe provides for correcting in the original by of Mr. that fcr tbe benefit of York Boyd denied and stated that measure waa needed to rectify many complications old Hill beard arguments in tbe on the New York subway bia is a over the tbe Western Telegraph company and Bell Telephone which favor and Police Justice bead of - Croker of who oppose There were present for bUL Messrs Francis Lynde Stetson and Edward and against it Mr. T. R. Mr. E. Devlin tbe county democracy and W. Bourke representing The city were represented by Assistant Counsel Charter Oak June 15.Tbe opening day of tbe Charter Oak races attracted only a light 2:30 2 HI 3 3 2 111 B. 1 1 3 3 3 8 2 2 1 2 2 2 2:20>i, 2:20%, 2:23)^, 2:24)^, 2:2.3%. ___ June 15ur-The first race at the Jockey Club yesterday was a mile Saxony 1:28%. Tampa Stray Note 49%. 1 1-10 Boaz Eurus Dry Monopole 1:49%. tbe June mile and a Tbe Bard Telie Doc 1:55. the Brooklyn mile and a Hanover Dunboyne 11-1 Choctaw M. Aureole 1:51. at St. June 15.First % inile Font Biddy Bowling Ziebig 1:15%. % Hypocrite Mirth Aberdeen 1 1% Volante Monte second 3;05:%'. 1 1-10 Malaria St Valentine Leman 1:50>ii._______ Hasinc Almost June 15.I'he annual report of the board of visitors to the United States Naval at made secretary of the was published test night It is extremely voluminous and treats detail tbe various of the condition of tbe buildings and grounds and of tbe of the both as to enlarged facilities and higher branches of important recommendation in tbe report one that is insisted upon with much is that after a three course a special course of one year should follow and the cadet should be allowed to select o special The board are pleased with the discipline and skill shown in the practical work of the are glad to report tbe almost complete abolition of to New in 3 1-9 June 15.The hearing before the aldermanic on the question of disposing of the city's in the Derby railroad was finished A proposal was made oh behalf of the lately teamed New York Boston Rapid Transit which proposes to run between and New York in three and one-half The company wants tbe entrance to and GOVERNOR AND IN THE fur the Birmingham Falls Short of June 15 J. L. Negley has returned from his visit to the new iron lying Ala. The general may claim a sufficient knowledge of irra productions to give bis opinions weight His discoveries blm to believe that the iron sceptre has not passed from Pittsburg and is not likely to until a field greater than Birmingham shall have been ore beds of he are not in a nor is the territory an unbroken tied of ore rich surface such as some investigators have described - The mines of coal and iron are separated and ho is actually nearer its fuel iu time and cost than the new the production of coke Is still in a very undeveloped and the product of their furnaces is of a very indifferent The boom in real estate has been tbe creator of much of the seeming wealth claimed for the and its actual status cannot be accurately determined until the inevitable reaction sets Uald on June 15.Gen. T. L. whose recent attack on Gen. Sheridan's proposed military trip up the Shenandoah valley aroused so much has to this eaid this position is being made the attack in no spirit of Northern It was indecent for Sheridan to camp in tbe valley where be had ruthlessly the homes of I would say the same thing if Confederate Gen. Jubal Early should visit tbe town he had burned Early ought to have hung for the act and the citizens would be in tarring and feathering him if be Tbe South will receive any living Union general with open arms except or Tlie latter it as 1 do not We want to welcome all Union who were not barbarous and and other noi thorn New England roads over ite new June 15.Tbe petition of tiie Central Labor Union and others for a of the permission given to societies to use Faneuil hall for a banquet on the occasion of the queen's jubilee was given a hearing by an aldermanic counsel of the British that twe of the hall the reserved its Fourth ut of July at Mr. Bowen's will as usual attract a ol have accepted ore buck of Hartford and of IL of and W. Patton of of Gen. fi. Carr of John Boyle J will read a poem composed by Hen Still June 15.The coke operators who have granted cent in wages to their employes have taken no further action in the There ia no intimation yet of their giving the but uru still maintaining the position that they held the Is probable that the operators wifi meet to-day and confer with the furnace men wbo will hold a The men have given as their ultimatum that they will not coke at even if tbe is At meeting they are expected to emphasize this in formally notifying the coke operators of how they it is argued that this will make the mora united not to give in to the coke work On w June 15.The body of Lena 2iom, which was found in a marsh in tbe upper part of the dty after the girl had been missing for a was exhumed yesterday and a careful autopsy It was decided had met with violence and had afterward been The most plausible theory is that sbs by dugs whose owners threw ber into thp marsh to avoid responsibility for the injuries Tbe French and Italian societies have offered reward for the of the girl's murderers arid have employed a private detective to work the case Inspector men are also at June 15.At yesterday session of the Amalgamated will be nailed to-day to each manufacturer in to give all to consider it and by next a number of changes have been made it reported by the wage as it now a ten advance is demanded tor all the principal Tbe say there will be a that they wili not an advance iu They havu made but when the time came signed tbe -y - lu fte 1."). Tbv day of St. of is a iVoy For tbe of thf of which tbp Mt. lias pastor for morn bos lioen the for tbe of all For several days of the afflicted have been arriving for the purpose of to tbf saint to relieve of their It thut 4,lHlt! were At- and benediction til thf private waa built by him ai a Day tia double tbe as during the same of At tbe opening wera to K pw lower tten night and tor ' after were narrow andl was New New werp quite heavily sold awl declined The furnished a Ite selling began suoa otter tba opening of tbe boatti of trado in when it came apparent that a Mump in tbe similar to that in coffee 6 in Chicago by bem in stock market iwre argued ^t tbe ill wheat cripple ot in and embraced the for a raid on tlw leading raid in a Upline by noon t| ' active stocks of to heeling and Lake Erie made an r uf t. amounted to 145,000 course of tbe market after 12 o'clock y A very feeling tbe bif of Chicago There also a l of a Cincinnati firm being None of these and m the closing waa a somewhat firmer feeling auda of to IX lier cent The closing lOwer than 870,314 Forti Bloney closed at 4 per cent The lowest wmt a and the 0>a. posted 4. as 1.1/(^1.1; lanU Torb Prod ace ] New and closing 1.1er srad city mill were heavy irregulars spul J - iO J lo of I red 0 No. red were he ivy and closing ki to spot lota closed he a affer h day's spot of No. ungraded steamer were active and to Hic spot weak alter u amount ol with a slight decline in iome salw of NOb 1 39c. No. 2 8..>40. and 55^5ro; 01 June 14 FT^Ol'Rticst No. 1 no No. 1 1 No. 8. 4ac. -J m No. 3 33;>4i|>840i J ri 10i^lic: gf 14^ Li re - Market flnn Wiig .i The market was firm t s there wom on car IndianA uu but there wus Cattle 5 to 10c c. bUlIt and ati i o. and 5 to lOc rough aod oud 10 tu 13c 4.10; 16,000 not refer possible purchasers to his The gladly from nervous or sick headachy kidney and liver complaints to those who Adve hem cured of by will furnish names and of many such persons to desiring is the only remedy for these easte that can stand such a L. N. J. M. had been suffering rheumatism for several ros relieved him of the and reduced the of the entirely 1 have having Mt. have been troubled for some time sciatica and brought on in medicine I vaa until I tried a bottle of me immediate Alfred 42 KoftE I am not troubled with rheumatism I should it in any case to and permanently the cause would be that the were not two bottles of to my and she has entirely She was afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism and St. and although we had two of the best she gradually grew She would min and I heartily recommend keep and they not be bought of the druggist the pharos 112 Wall 8U, New wij send either on ol ia fcr 6dc, liver and kidney in ' nervous
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