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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - July 30, 1897, Wellsville, New York JJU in Fow H. 30 Lives aod Lost In a BY THE SMp m of The Allen line arrived from Glasgow sad with her the four of the crew of the British Captela Henry which sunk iQ a collision with tho In fog iO miles of Four of together the wife of Captain was bound from C. to St. N. with a men who loat their were Noah of St. N. F. a nephew of captain's of St. In Eng. Captain 01in. when left port on the 80th for 8t. after being three in the ordered the pat about on the At 1:30 p. m. the blast of a whistle was right and there loomed making directly for tho huge hall cf an ocean was but was called on deck by the On ths way ont of the cabin J called to mj wife and aroused First Mate who was asleep in his Hardly had he the deck when the simmer oson the port side and went half way the wero locked together were In no The order to reverse the which had been aoon had the breaking hor away from and in three minutes after she had pulled bow out of the hole in the side of our the Florence went down in SW fathoms of and were never seen after the vessel struck and they were probably the and Seaman Essens into the main rigging and were followed by aod all three onto the deck hf means of tho lower appeared at the side of the vessel just before she went A rope wss thrown him and he was pulled half way the when he relaxed his fell hack and - after reaching the deck of the I threw a of rope to Captain who was standing the galley on the barkentine with his arms around his who was The captain the end of the rope and to make it fast about nut the rope was not long the steamer backing pulled the line from hia In the and confusion valuable time was and before the lifeboat had gotten into the water the barkentine had gono the vessel took her last plunge the captain became from his Mrs. Olsen never above the The captain soon came to the and swam to a life buoy und kept until the lifeboat reached lie was When it was found that there was ho hope for the remainder of the crew the continued on her way to Florence registered only tonti the was valued at Shot and July 2".. Patterson of The the was shot and killed in t he Street Colored Baptist A conference was in progress and the of the deposed of tte Dexter Avenue Baptist Patterson opposed and pastor of the street 16. Bot Patterson Stokea la when the report a and Patterson fell Several arrests were made and waa great excitement among the a negro man named was caught about a mile town by a negro He to He Is In SNOU tn two la when maOm a rally In of the mach the home The last game nmr 8,500. H. 08-awa 20011 101- 15 2 it. 100 0 11600-395 1 3 I S 1 0 113 18 S aud aad 0t. Jaly Gianta fell on Yoang for eight in the first of Seven runs waa the After thal wuld not hit hlm the Seymour ont of box in the who took hla waa pounded 1,000." H. 1 8 5 0 0 1 0 15 New 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 8 IO 1 aad and July Senators lost the game through poor fielding and base and In the last Inning by of Inability to hold down Nops was substituted for Pond tn the 1,500. 0 i 8 0 0 5 0 0 and aad n. E. S O O T 12 12 0 0 2 7-14 13 Kept i July 29. The Colonels played a game of and tho Trolley won without the slightest Fisher kept the home team's hita while Frazer was hit 500. 0 0000001 194 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 712 14 1 and and Flayed July The Colta a good of how not to play the visitors with all their Reds played a perfect fielding 4,9. 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 and WoQ From St. St. July Bostons won from tho Browns by superior Lucid benched in the sixth the home team's new acquitted himself very welL H 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 38 IB 1 Nichols and All Eastern league games postponed on account of as and Bald and Kiser divided the purse in the three-cornered match each man winning a came in in the first but his stomach failed him before the won the first heat in a hot finish by six from Kiser In 3:10 3-6. the second heat the judges awarded first place although it looked as though Bald had it by a few prevented tho third heat being Were July 29 J. nor John H. Gentry fhe was able to lower his or that of the track at Combination The best that Gentry do waa 3:i>7 while J. made the mile an excellent that they had the wind in their teeth at down the stretch amd Corto July was a in tho first race at a maiden 2-5^ir-old. at the to of the breaking her Jimmy her fell under the horse and was badly but not seriously Farm Horsa July The 2:33clai^ trot at Bigby was a the being a green horse from Arden N. Y. She was driven 1N THEIR Quenched the A Will Oat Bte Meo Will by strike Is Imn from the point of than It waa a the of the river and a general feeling of the West Virginia have combined to quench in a markable prime factor In bringing about this condition of affairs is to be the failure of the Wheeling convention to ways to coal shipments from the aU sidea was confidently looked apon by the men as presenting a speedy eolation of tho ginia and a meana of making the tie-up of long Instead WM in tho nature of a efforts will be on De and labor are to rally the men from all over the Eugene V. Debs and President Ratchford of the Mine Workers wUl be among the chief will a host of lesser demonstration la planned with the Idea of making one last effort to bring working miners by moral The meeting will be held at near Miners wUl march to the of from all nearby LEADERS SMUT Mast Be Settled Mea July 29. The with a few want it that the passage of an agreement whereby all operators are to adopt a similar system and are to pay the same relative price for mining haa nothing to do with the great opera tore have also ehat out the leaders from taking any part in the conferences that may take place questions arising between tfl the young who was by in in with baring arms against and adjudged hj tribunal to for life at the of the trial the government asked that of be but the court suspended the and life The has been to Madrid for It that the ratification of tho of young Fernandez 1 due entirely to the great by Consul in the case and the strong made by him to Captain whose father la a bat a naturalized American and a of thin was 18 old when he Joined a filibustering and to two years A few days after landing the expedition was overtaken by a of under Colonel and with became from the main body of the was captured taken to Havana and has been confined in Cabana of hla captured at the was who was pat to death on his statement that he waa a newspaper correspondent and an Americas tragic was by and It la reported that the most compromising evidence against now on file in the state department was famished by Wla Their July 29.The backbone of the strike of the Pants Makers which has been practically The eagerness on the manufacturers to enter Into settlement culminated In return to work of the employes of Brook Co. - This is one of the largest engaged In the of fancy and the to work of the company's is taken by the strike liters as an indication that the prevailing employer and employed will be satisfactorily the end of this coming It was learned that all manufacturers and to whom had been submitted the new price agreed to tho stipulate prices and will accordingly at onoe the necessary guarantee Doable July James a shot fatally Martha his and then committed and miners by cide by shooting himself in the Mo in tho agreement the commission cause is known for the July Francis the of wax candles home la this agai be composed of workmen employed by tho was decided that present contracts TOuld not be maile the basis for taken stipulated period at a fixed It that these shall have the supply the product to fill these at the rate of mining on which the July schooner are Here Is and operators will leng dock opposite Pier J. attendance at the session of the ' saye the it was not as large as to sink and at from rail mines and five Unt she lies in about IM of Batavia Poisoner Found Cuitty of Murder in First DIE IN THE is which is a left St. Johns I on June 19 with a rargo of barrels of When near J Cod the lime began to The was a close vote and by management the boat linally came into Krie part of her cargo was taken Before the could be entirely the broke The fire was discovered near the rear part of the Fifteen minutes later Seth Low and after a mines agreed to take part in the which is a larger percentage than it was hoped to get worked and few objections were raised to the agreement as on the question whether the to bo appointed should bo privileged to tamper with the differential la the thick and thin vein For July Governor Tanner asking for troops Governor Tanner asking for troops to protect the miners und The sheriff has sworn in deputies and has some special but is unable to procure a force to was Gorman Iq July the Wm Hoars of at to The July 29:The jury in famous murder trial camo la this and announced a finding against the of murder in Ho will meet death in tho electric N. July Another crowd that filled the assembled to t he last of the were In Benham's eyes when Leseur was giving him as a scoring as prisoner ever Ho never removed his eyes from the prosecuting attorney during the whole ha was on resuming his reviewed the attacks by Benham on hit dramatically worked In Mrs. remark about the too I told you it too asked If It was not a remarkable fact that the defendant was fully dressed five minutes before his wife related the story of Mrs. hearing the between and his wife and told of her pitiful protest against caking the medicine he had think you are just as mean as yoa tan was the last wall of a blasted life and a broken the death which was vividly Mr. Leseur standing directly In front ox Benham and shaking his finger In his face as he him as a cruel and cowardly took ap tha side of the case and read several to Bhow that death did not result from heart was taken to his remark that Benham had seduced May Mr. Leseur told tho jury they were here to vindicate honor and They were not here t-o vindicate May Wiard they were here to vindicate Florence Tout people's case that Benham had lost all love for his that he wonted his wife's money that he might marry May that he had the that he had purchased the that his died a death and that and of acid poisoning hnd been the virtual confession to ot once to charge the He reviewed the in and instructed them In their going into details over charge it is to siy that it was most severe on and Mackey declare in case conviction an would certainly was and practically gave up all of Win July telegram was by the of saying they hmi won their suit the of the and EngLind to prevent reduction ot wages of road They were the only which went into court and fought the In thoy won a similar against the Union here from several nearby state and it was demonstrated that States Senator Gorman still has excitement on the July 2;i. miners are marching from Luca and Rutland to and will endeavor to induce the men there to quit mining coal for Export of July 29.The on the lever that the movements of the The by the convention wore selected by hira and the resolutions -ed were of his As chairman of committee on he read the At his suggestion one of the candidates for comptroller withdrew when his nomination seemed and another was taken up by the of the stock strenth gj both gold and the prosperous over bushels of wheat voted to adopt a platform that were engaged for export to tho declares for bus Is silent as although some 333,000 bushels was to the vital question of reported from The favorable weekly government waa a factor in the recovery of confidence to the disconcerting of the oa the stock County July 29.Annual July 29,Thera tove w. J. who last year drove John | of the Steuben County to the world's record oa the now in session drowning casualties about the state canals during the portion of the season that of Works George W. has decided to make the attempt to a life saving force from the employes of the A card containing instructions to employes along the banks to make especial efforts to and giving directions how to resuscitate a drowned has been The cani will contain pictures of the positions to place the drowning person and Is intended to be nailed ap at spots aloag the line of the won la Best 2:185^. at July 21.-After aa Interim of a was resumed on the track here with a small field of good The that has been arranged for the meeting interesting as the best of the and divisions at Horse Haven are well entered the valuable straight are representing a large number of panics who are themselves They were welcomed by Monroe president of the The delegates were given an excursion on the Mary Scheme July 29 a meeting of the board of managers of the and Hadson Canal company held the question of refunding the 7 and 8 per cent bonds of the and which is leased by the Canal was bat no action was The opinion prevails that such action will be taken In financial circles It is said that the Delaware and Hudson company haa a large this year over the months of last Oil In July oil warehouses report of the of the Standard Oil located in the western outskirts of thia were totally by loss im and 8),000. States Minister Kot July 29.Tho revenue for the year ended June 3u, shows that the total receipts during period were a as compared with the year of Peace July 29.A July McKinley passed this en route for Lake The original plan to over two hours at Albany was and the engine of the Delaware and d for the West Shore a mile below the The special train of cars then proceeded north without the N. July was a pouring following the stormy weather for a number of days A laige share of the in the Central Hudsoa Valley Is and lodged on of of Central Is uu damage is beyond minister for foreign recently appointed States ed lor to sign the peace ou the corn is Roads are ' Women July 29.A new variety of has appeared in Marengo Ala. The organization is matle up of negro who are together for the moral reform of their few nights ago a masked band of them marched to the house of her Into some stripped her and flogged her rwith hickory They threaten to treat all similar In the same at July Julia mother of Major E. L: of General Rolland's her 96th birthday anniversary at her home She Is still in the ' Us and common Jaiy 1 pw in average clergyman is not a healthy There are many reasons that contribute to make him He a He doesn't take Just tlie same he is a He takes too much trouble other people's troubles to much his He thinks too much about other sick people to look after his own result is that the hardworking clergyman becomes a semi-invalid early in is no necessity for A clergyman adds nothing to bis but greatly detracts from by neglecting his If a be he clergyman or will resort to the right remedy just a-s soon he oat of and knows that he is a little or that his liver is or his is out of he will healthy and robust and add much to his and many years to his Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical restores the makes and assimilation invigorates the purifies the blood and tones the IS the greatest of all and It cures per of all cases of and diseases of the air Thousands who were given up by the doctors and had lost all hope have testified to their complete recovery under this It is the of an eminent and skillful Dr. R. V. thirty years chief consulting physician to the Hotel and Surgical at N. Y. All medicine dealers sell vears I was taken with witat liver N of Co. taking and other 1 had a and I not sit up long I takino Dt s I haw ooe of ' GoSden vUl I find no other lo for Dr. Pierce's winter do low spring low 2 c. I. f. and to c. t f. Sm Ste e. L f. No. 2 3S4e c. f. 2T i. Ma S 6Snte: 1 northern New f. o. b. No. hard Ntw f. a. b. No. 1 b- No. 1 hard Or No- 2 Jal j at Bio 2. July at 21o: a at Wc to SB'S 75c- 11'$15o; 6a U a 1 I No. i 2 8 -i 3 - per fuH 8.t5-c; Stock 14.7-144-75; V. AND to extra fmr to to Hay 1 per No. i haled IMOO balad Not July to the letter from of the steamer who says that on IT he saw a resembling a In declares that It ba impossible for balloon to hava reached the m at 29.A from says a violent storm haa In. The run mountains audi all the mail are Many are seeking shelter la the south coast work la the harbor Is but thus far been and Holt Works N. The former of the Nut and BoU works have been notified to come to on Aug. 16. The works will resume on that day and about 800 i it is will be restored to Y July 29 and old was waa 72 years of age aad a
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