Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - December 8, 1896, Wellsville, New York 98 8 LOVER'S His Sweetheart and Killed bv Crowd tho Author In 7.-Thm> John Watson j first nnd only in tho Fifth IH a fit mt From to thp of 7.hy a nian of his Si at tho Sii St. n l in his own on r J Five w. nr he than his | in Misa loTo nrd a ' few asro him here .it s In the At 9 lock d Sims antl five er Sinis the of J. C. Sims of tlw of Montreal - Mr. is a in thr First Itai Annie had for some a in the Howell John Howell of this tind hati cHH in ri In of the Sims | after Sims where had shot was This was Itv another and In rapiti into Mr. saw floor and nmr by was was In 1 ho num already dead and a wound in of his Sims 1>ij!'t at the left side of the fa v the exit Indow the angle of the and burying lf in the framework of tbe entered the over the eye and it left Willi to the penerai but an her is in the hospital STEAMSHIP of the or tho of the Young Men's tian and was intended for the of In the pulpit John of Columbia of the New tho John Hall Mr. took his text from to vision of Moses when he Riw the bush which but not to with rapt purely and during its delivery he made rapid with ' continually from one sido of the pulpit to tho Men On the In 7.a head end two through freight Imins near on the resulting in tjie of five P. H. of the of tho bound freight went to the train was waiting on a siding for three of a westbound train to When the second the sidetrack the of the eastbound train that it was the third and their The weather was and tho train and third of the train came the of a sag In the a few miles from the all on to Fly and Soath 7.The h of. ivill Ly aun The dispatches F. of W. she wt tue of a 1.-ar(JiHl uf of t the is ani thaf ihe is iii a fair way lie ssit Mr. Potter has In Southern and he y hr 11" hi with hilare Santa Fe and the is I Ji at The i will Fe lie in with ihai The a large have ever made in the Invn It is known as the Preston coal and latid of the S. M. of John Sliney and the of the r T. to Nova P. E. Dec. 7.A dispatch from Georgetown says that a captain of a vessel who has just arrived there that the which from this port for has lost off the Nova Scotia with all her No particulars of the wreck are but it is supposed that the vessel was driven on the rocks and went to She was wrecked near Harbor Au Sainte Marie was commanded by Captain and he had with him four nearly all of whom in Nova The cargo of and live stock and toa at York 7.The reported mortality of New York state for Is almost plete for the with with the exception of a few of the country districts that have not The total deaths in the monthly quite shows that there were 1^,056 or atout 1,)*) more than last but allowing for an of 25,0<)0 in population this average death rate to or two less per day than last 7.Prudencio De consul of the of the aspect of affairs in that answer to a cablegram sent by nie to the minister of foreign requesting information ive to the state of revolution in that I have the following Revolt Situation of government Death of Judge N. Div. 7.Judge of Cattaraugus dead at his home Ho had just returned from a vestry niet ting of the Was to the dial and for several | ure was the cause by the last the Judge Henderson was one of the many owners uf she Tho tract contains acres of all in lying and W. 7.lufonna iun here tl Mr. Bavard lias the pro. he made to In of his ef and mi will between the Stales and In his Mr. e the Daily and iti 5-ut that his conspicuous of Fell In Both Houses at Noon MESSAGE - Tha 8r<ie at tho of a 8lon schooner 7.Promptly at the hour of nwn the gavel of President Stevenson called to order the United tho rubicund visage of Speaker was in his old familiar place in the house of his gavel a lively tattoo and the national legislature was in amount of furbishing and repairing was about tho floral tokens of of the popularity of various were numerous on tho of both tho committee lobbies and rotunda were filled with tho galleries were well many of the sex being and the usual bustle and excitement incident to tho opening of was once mote In after the opening prayer In the committees were to notify the president and the house of that the senate was organized and to receive and ready to proceed to then took a until the message of President Cleveland was when It was rmd by the first work of the session is not expected to be productive of Important in a legislative There are many who think that but littlo or nothing should 1 done the of the at bills at this session and as thesti measures necessarily originate In the there will bo a to the season of until some of them can be received from the other end of tho probabilities are that the dally of 7.One from today the annual convention of the American of here fitr a session of eight or The two have There will 1k5 only delegates a membership of over Home 7.A special from Des says the for the of the of the Iowa home out bv States fiod of Faulkner to w. 7.Tho rumor is current that Charles J. Faulkner 1 i will his seal as States on York winter eo he can accept a very cut m half oi p offer as attorney for a New and bonnets Good term will tit 4.0, March 4, 181. of any the beginning will be brief and that the senate will content itself with four work In each calendar a wide range of material for consideration in case the senate shows a disposition to busy In this is included immigration which is the the railroad refunding the statehood and the Dingley tariff and a5 well as the Cuban and Hawaiian Senators Lodge and Chandler have their determination to press the immigration to a vote aa they can. It will be tho first regular to and cannot except by vote or unanimous They hope to get the through before It is the president's message may suggest subjects for and there are those who that the tion will receive vigorous attention from the of the is generally agreed that the Republicans will hold a caucus to determine upon a line of especially with to the and until after the exchange of views which this will no step Is likely to Iw taken commit the party to any on any question of The opening to see the house put its shoulder to tae wheel of the regular ation Chairman and on all last week audit is their intention to pass two and possibly of the before Christmas Tho pension and legislative appropriation bills aro about ready and work oh one or the other of these bills will be in the house before the week pension although it a larger of money than any of the other is very and unless Is precipitated is not likely to consume much time in its these two bills nothing is in sight at It of not unlikely the committee on will something for the house to do in case the on appropriations is to go ahead with either of these Tho course of legislation so far as the important measures on the la concerned the Pacific railroad funding the Nicaragua canal will be entirely by the rules but it is safe to assume that nothing will be allowed to block the appropriation as they are for They always have tha right of way at the short will probably devoted entirely to the of the president's m 01Isit 7. The lumber schooner Nathan F. Cobb of was In the enrt a mile south of were but surf men were In the rigging and waves over As on shore two of tho Into the giving that were heard above the tho line wat fastened to a lifeboat and Thomas Fogan of Ormonde and of Cape to reach the On high breakers on tho first the lifeboat Fogan swam but to ding to the but was struck by the boat and in a few Waterhouse had but recently arrived here and was t-o act as of Hotel line was finally gotten to the and all tho men Iii tho rigging were Nathan F. Captain left on last lumber for New On off Frying Pan shoals she sprang a hak and In a The crew cut tho rigging away as quickly as and she The Fred and the Thomas were lost at this From Monday night midnight on Friday tho drifts northerly After Tuesday tho members of the crew had nothing to SHOOTING aaS to Dec. 7.The two and James who were during a on night by are both was shot in the died and James died yesterday from pistol shot wound in the the was in the Harlem police court and held to await tho action of the and met in and joined in a game of lost After each the party took a and the drinks and his Imd lost his temper pushing his said that if he unlucky at cards he was lucky in of the asked him to explain his don't yon know that your girl loves me better than she docs of the drew a The men were ordered out of the and they fought in front of the was thrown to the and in the scuffle he was slightly Ho drew his revolver and shot Francisco In the temple and James in the Driven From In arc again at work In the rural of Friday night sf sia Coast Himself In Kew Dw 7.Walter C. years a son of who claimed to Iw a German died in the Manhattan Young was employed in the oSioe of the street cleaning Saturday night he shot in the At hospital he said he attempted suicide he was no longer able to do iol family of tho man was warned by a mysterious letter written in a woman's but the letter came too late to prevent young from committing the letter was as son to kill Look after him at You must look at writer is unknown and the police believe Heineck had other for taking his was notified and an autopsy will Army 7.The first great open which the national Salvation Army was held in Music From the army headquarters at Washington street Commander Consul Emma and the other visiting who took part in the meeting were escorted Music The of the of visitors on Music Hall was the signal for a whole scries of began immediately and waa no let up for two mm OLD In Bonds and OF A WE McKinley Spent 7.Except for a short drive about the city Major and Mrs. McKinley did not leave tho The major had Intended Co fts was detained by a number of the hour of Colonel and Mrs. Myron T. Herrick of Cleveland came down on the morning and day at the and will remain until A number of people through Canton stopped over to greet the and Wm of Mm. ft Who Dec. 7.~Bryan o. a wealthy written a letter to the William H. In which ho states that he found in an old desk which he purchased at auction in a of jewelry and many worth of to estate and other Among the found was a receipt made out in the name of J. B. Mr. Hughes were in a compartment of tha and in tho list which ho are the hundred Western Union Telegraph 110,000; shares of the Panama Trading and Developing par value 2,500 shares of the Ice Machine par 8 6perentgold bonds of the Sml Falls Stock jmr 1,)0 shares Trading company par deeds for acres of land in Johnson 10,000 acres of Kentucky acres of of land Long Sandy All bore dates of 1*> Is very Kild Mr. Hughes as he gave the of his have the jewelry and can make a guesa at its be several thousand but the 8<furitie may stand for nothing or half a Only an by the showed that the Maroon to Mrs. whoso from morphine in 18K>, a the autopsy showing the drug in her atom ach and her showing many Mrs. Bessie was In New Orleans 1." years There she Bessie as reckless as she was to and eventually fell in line witli John of Professor Julius Marcou of years they the woman drifting to the 7.Thp of of the for the present jmr In the of pension It the important and in of liberal spirit which tho of tha has been the guide of department la their havo not been error In law or arff to tha significant of pending and to demonstrate that for the the work of the during tha past year was to considering current The action of the pensions waa la 2,086of the rasem satisfaction has tha recommendation of last year for euch wonld better protection to pension fund to and followed by a law directing all to be by HEMMED by Dec. 7.The that Lawrence Alma Tadema wad painting a large picture for an American Mr. distinguished artist are too many of my pictures now in the good trim ned at 0: of h to f-c sM Df ht qi 7.Seniitor Allison has been seriously ill at his honte here tho tollgate on the ' ed When they go there they have three miles from this slipped through my and I can see The gate was kept by Thomas a them no who was former tendent of had tho collection of after his had been onoe chopped and ' aftes he 81%nd 47 lot of but Is rapidly wm and These are good Fine hard times prices always D. In a week or 10 Dy Detl 7.Sergeant of the was i wounded ina duel Friday by do Lessi quartermaster of the after midnight eight maskot men came to the gate and ordered Hunter to He refused and was forced to Then his household goods were removed to a placa and the building Thero is the 8tronge.st feeling in the rural against the tollgates and the war of extermination is to be on to hitter la Both Front and Arte Dec. 7.A from Key Whisney Havana news in Maceo and Weyler himself is 10 miles from and his army is along the d the Pinar del Rio Matw fn m W cyler In his first his pkin was to sius Weyler at the first and now lias his army on either side of and they are having daily hemmed in and If he shall attempt to move ho will be compelled to to Small bands have crossed the trocha Into Havana district and arv attacking the outposts and of numbering 7,000 are encamped in Havana province 20 from Havana and will go to when in Havana ana keeping the insurgents as to the movements of the movement is on foot to capture Weyler if he should attempt to go to Havana by Coming to New 7.a report reaches hero from Havana that Antonio Macro has gone to New York to consult with the Cuban for Dec. 7.-The Catar luna and Isle de having on board 2,&50 have Dec. 7.The King of Greece an order demanding army maneuvers on a scale and summoning 10,000 men from the reserve for the formation of a The selection of a new rifle for the army and other military long advocated by public and military has a to 7.A from says that second meeting of has their refusal to arbitrate t he This la doe a guarantee fund of has been signed for protection and of the smaller 7. SUll of Kentucky ia still in charge - of Dr. Hax were formed the patient is resting welL but the physician denied all of hia throat he cannot but It is Im will Wealthy Found 7. W. Dec. 7.Jones F. Hoar has written a a wealthy timber and coal dealer his the late E. B. fd Logan waa found dead In a coal in the Grant mine on Big Ugly It la believed made the recent he was Dec 40 years of an Inmate of the for women and children In this herself twice above the heart in her room and expired in a few No causa has been for the acti Voo 7.--Count Zu TO testify in the trial of Major von who has been suspended his the result of his trial for Intriguing the authorities of the New Rt 7It la stated here that the Northern about to let a for two mammoth laka similar to the Northland and No announcement haa been to this effect by the Imt It la Information from m It is said that the two new lake will run between Duluth Dec. who has expected to live over Tha has cabled his extreme We low 7.Charles a while fishing at Midland broke through the Ice aM 7.The the tal of the Opera will FIGHT in For Dec. 7.Ti^ that Corbet t and WSW 1 brought together In The one of the oldest and of the haa offered mm to fight Corliett hu which will now directors of National club sent out the explaining the club's to protect the good tha aad as a matter of justice tho we left nothing undone to of the claim mads bty that fead him of the A of six two of whom we e designated by the examined and In flaying that he had from medical ordered by the club tha was taken to stop payment of tha for so that if fraud had perpetrated by anybody upon tha club aad tha an mma and the guilty be to The matter is now tn of the court and the dab la the results of FELLOWS Few Dec. Dr. left the Fellows he himself as hopeful that Colonel 10 or 12 houra he had for midnight Colonel regained hIa end was summoned all of his family to his her two daughters aoA Fellows who in John K. waa the member of the family He is to arrive 7.a has hem for the of two persons and of the body of mm of The body of the Idm now been and Captain tiia name of man who Is under la with the for Saa A police office will now ga to land to arrange for the man when ho is to Tear 7.HesEP. with Mme. for aa Bsc and and will Dec. 7.Ata^nr^n^^lDit here of tlie bat no can som about is 7.->Tl^ tha officiai the estimated Britain la bushels above of ' 4 '