Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - March 26, 1901, Wellsville, New York A 104 104 1 13 1901 Selected His Warned FULL OF tha Bald SOO March 25.-~The St. of Tho Dally Express the last at gate 100 workmen nre reported to have killed or wounded by the 25.The Daily Mall publisher the dated March 21, from its St. Petersburg 500 from the Metal works paraded on the On the wny thither they demolished the brandy Eight hundred with drawn met the workmen and a encounter Tho number of killed nnd wounded b kept police have discovered a plot against the life of the It appears that n group of students drew lots and that the fatal choice fell to the son of a prominent The student told his father nnd the latter informed the imploring him to leave St. MEETING Conferred WItli on of 25,-Tlic situation is so that held a meeting of the yesterday to consider the state of publie Threatening letters have received by Lieutenant minister of M. N. V. minister of nnd M. minister of the demonstrations on a great scale are It is reported that Prince has been for petitioning the czar to consider the grievances of the the provincial who last Friday attempted to assassinate Privy Councillor procurator general of the holy is a of Count Leo and he has that the act was one of revenge for the excommunication of to a special dispatch to The the of General has published a riot ordinance similar to that published by General In St. and declaring that the military will be called out unless the ordinance is strictly quietly in St. Some 4(),(>00 persons promenaded about noon along the particularly in of the al of Our Lady of The crowd to normal when It became apparent that nothing would The promenaders were for the curiosity THE But Aak rop a 25.~nie tiei of the party In Santiago in the Piatt amendment and and Ferrer of tho delegation to the to vote for the together with the of nnd of advising were of the week just past that have tended lo clear up tho political tow there are who do not expect the convention to approve the visit of American senators and has had an excellent 80 In no have the received any encouragement In the notion that If action is delayed until the congress there might be a change In the demands of the United insist that they cannot recede from their position without loss of nnd they still hope that some no matter how may provide a Buin dent the are taking their cue from the and that commercial interests demand There Is a possibility of uniting the convention this platform of the Conservatives calls for a reduction of American import duties on tobacco nnd Bugar nnd approves any scheme of relations which the States government sees fit to In fact the is leading to a point where commercial Interests will be chief under discussion at the of the and it not unlikely that a resolution will be adopted asking for a reciprocity butchers Off Ilor Nose and With March 2r).~Mrs. Q. residing near the city occupies a ward at St. Vincent's hospital nnd is in a serious result of horrible 5 o'clock Saturday armed with an ordinary pair of she cut ofT all the toes of her left foot both her ears close to the head and about an inch of her She then cut out a portion of her right cheek and inflicted five gashes in the left at her left forearm she removed every vestige of making bare the She also lacerated the right arm in a lior rible was known of the affair until her who was absent during the returned home yesterday and found her in bed in a A surgeon was called and she was taken to St. recovery is The woman is about 50 years of It is thought that was temporarily insane on account of domestic IS IN Squadron Sent From Nagasaki lo LOOKS TO HOME of Forts Called to Toll lo to Consider Feeling Hand In of Korean March 25.A Japanese Admiral loft Nagasaki Saturday for saya tho Yokohama of The Daily general opinion here is that the situation la Urgent Instructions have lieen issued iiy the of General to tho commanders of to attend n conference in Toklo to consider questions of home war rumors are causing a fall lu prices on the various feeling of the is uneasy nnd inte isely but the cabinet showy no Indication of its hand of Said to Ilo at March 25.Advices from Seoul that the Koreun lins from Mr. of Korean and la protesting against his CRIME KILLED rank former mayor of this reputed to bo wealthy nnd one of the best known and d of wan dead yesterday in a in the rear of ri where he bad ended bin life with a Warm between Mr. Gilbert and Charles A. cashier of the First National who fled a few hours before the failure of that nnd who wan brought back under arrest from Ohio a days charged with wrecking the Gilbert was Johnson's legal and him Tho two in many together and both for nearly years ha 1 taken a leading commercially and in tho of tho far Mr. business were by Johnson's operations anil the of the First National baidi only a full of that condition can Mr. aside from his own held many estates in as guardian in and acted loan ugt nt for eastern He much Johnson's bank nnd it is thought was a large loser through the FOR State Police Legislation at SO failed to ror 25.-Kar-povich, the assassin of M. minister of luis sentenced to hard labor for He will be in tho burg on an island in the CARS In Which 31 Woro March 25.A freight wreck occurred at 20 miles south of on the Beach Creek division of the New York Central road cue cars were of was caught under his engine and is thought to be The fireman escaped with flight No other pi was was by the of ihe to hold tho train while n car was being switched a March 25.--The of McLeavy Brown the post of director general Korenti is regarded in London .as another score in 1S:)5 and atrain in was exerted to procure his In ihe latter he was only r a British squadron had moved to recently as a few ago opposed an by Btown to a loan for tiie Korean to purchase shares in the railway from to Fu As a result of the opposition the negotiation for the loan St. Petersburg correspondent of The Dady Mail Russian at has Korea inking into the government with of demanded ihe appointment of the but Korea with the of the to defend In r low in Aro nnd la lit Had B. March 25.-Accord-ing to one of the latest ar rivals from in that city is in a bad Prices have gone ilown to the merchants overstocked in while hundred of teams have on their way in more Many will the in the cause of this is the of winter work in the mines to a large Still a good deal of Work been done on creeks will 1 le last Wages and with An order from Ottawa extending time to June 1 danee and halls was well received in With Odell That Mo st to more ami an i others figured in the is The minister of Kato replying to an in the house of Count Von in reichstag construction upon agreement did not as government of in adhering to the the plain and unmistakable of ils terms and to adhere to that not d the another power interprets the agreement according to a strange code of its lU u Firing N. March 25.-A serious the result of a railroad Garden yesterday ind destroyed nearly a dozen a loss of about A train 3f filled oil cars OH the Central railroad of New Jersey parted a short distance of tho town as the first part of the train slowed up in Glen the second section of the train collided exploding the blading oil to property along the railroad and before the flames were subdued the following buildings Dr. T. harness shop and Prank dwelling and Miss Smith's general John Marten's carpenter store and number John Crouse's William coal yard ami John Darling's store in which were 1,-500 of The lodge located In the storage The was In the Smith general all the mail was Men Wilt Get of Works has sent a letter his assistant that they instruct of repairs to make no appointments nor promise of appointments in canals for season until they hear from He la impossible for me to say at this time how large a force the funds available will make pos It seems to lue very desirable that men who have served tlie state and who have given satisfaction be reassigned tc Dispute to Mardi t the St. Petersburg correspondent of wiring the r ef has agreed with Creat to submit the Tien Tsiu railway siding dispute tp the and of Count Von Arbitration of Strillo March 25.The proposed arbitration in has led to a in tlie The measures of the are now less All troops have heen removed fropi the streets and other public although retained under amis in and a regular service on all lines is strike bakers has not proved Bread was to all customers general situation is one of The cruisers and with the torpedo boat destroyer have from Toulon to assist in preserving opt C and pyi B. March 25;---Mnil have been received hero of disastrous hurricanes which New and damaged Fiji and The Nickel Mining property at Canala and In was greatly and steamer large steel de Havre and Emilie Galline swept over Tonga Fiji small coast were on Race March 25.The races at yesterday were suspended on account of a riot among the In the first race three horses were left nt the The judges the the Broke set fire and only desisted from the work of demolition when the judges promised to return all bets on horses left at the Wife Uled Few Hours March B. publisher of and connected with Cincinnati papers for 20 died aged 42 His wife died of pneumonia at 8 o'clock yesterday He had been about her while with his wife Wnght was not considered seriously afflicted until an u 25.The Germans have ousted the Chinese from the on the Chi Si frontier and intend summering in the vicinity of Hal Missionary March 25.-"The Rev. L J. Stonehouse the society has been by brigands M miles east of with Who Her Sis hefre next Hla Health Ho Will tho United March 2,5.The Geneva correspondent of The Daily Mail says it is reported that Mr. if his health will visit the United States Between and CAPE March 25.-SeWe lighting occurred March 22, the British and Boers east of 3Ioro Filipino Down Their to n. March 2."..-ln tlie province of four insurgent and 5;', with 5ii have to Lieutenant Frank D. of the and 0111'-' anil 12 10 Colonel of the The at tlie Evangelist chun li in is md Protestantism is spreading rapidly iu the province leo March 2.5.The West Park ice palace at and Jefferson streets entirely destroyed by tiro early entailing a loss of about The building was ice for the manufacture of ice for and was owned by Ice Manufacturing The season of winter sports closed at the ice Saturday at Will Como March 25.A held to take action on the company's to tu 25.-lt beeil dec who murdered her six at Coldbrook Thursday will be to Worcester and cared for ai the hospital at county jail as as she is aide to lie Attorney says Mrs. Naramore will be bound over to the grand jury for the term of court on the charge of homicide iu taking life of of ( and if an is found ( i u of ut of tiie six Baptist Springs Saturday conversation Naramore that she tust to drown tliv and holding her head iu a pail of but so that she her h nt oi ared the locks ar that nji an object which proved to bi- hody of his he met is for the company to answer until Wednesday demand that the men be reinstated was again made the issue and among tho men seems to be that strike will be declared on the company refuse to accede to the YOU March 25.-Charier-Henry died at his home in Mr. a 1 li 1' lu I d ' is related to Vice n' nt N. 1:5.- Wilbur T. a inau ind a leading of lied Mr. as water and Earl Will March 25. Viari lord lieutenant of March 25.-Lending Re publican politicians of this city nnd fatale met In Senator room of the Avenue were in con several As a result of the conference It wani to attempt uo political this The conference adjourned subject to the call of Senator in his judg legislation seems All who Were with say the conference was before the time for which the conference was called the corridors of the Fifth Avenue hotel were filled witli state haders and of the of the lenders summoned to the conference There was a largi sprinkling of local and politicians who were attracted to the of the but who not summoned as of the participants to tho conference would of the conference prior to being Those who participated in the C. president of the Republican county William 11. Ten of the executive committee of the Republican county National Committeeman F. S. State Senator Postmaster newly appointed of George W. chairman of Republican state William chairman of the committee of the an state Lou F. Senator E. R. Brown of Jefferson Senator Henry C. Albert B. Frank Assemblyman J. A. Senator Edgar T. Braekett of of the Assembly Otto Speaker of the Assembly Fred Assemblyman J. P. Senator Rudolph Senator Senator Ellsworth aud Senator one was admitted to the room ot near the of animated speeches came from over the but they were spet and no disputes be As of the conference it was announced by Dunn of the Re publican lluU all was that there would be no al police legislation this Though no one would say it all admitted that the conference had to the views of Odell and that he had virtually triumphed that the organization was with Mi. thia ment concerning the legislation was discussed and the of the metropolitan and the state police Many rm the measures and police in After this discussion Senator thought it inexpedient to pass any further police legislation at this time and remain until such ' time as warranted the calling of the conference for further discussion on this motion uas made to Senator Ellsworth being the The senator said position of Senator as it was inexpedient at this time to pass further the conference ought to adjourn the call of Senator at such a time as there any conditions which warranted the calling of another Now that is the kernel of the the was said Chairman have attended of the Republican party for 17 years and I never saw such il harmonious was and wholly a harmonious chimed in Reuben the conference Senator Plait was He plied that he had not and that he would not discuss the matter because he and Piatt then took a S. when asked about the organization is with the governor the is with the was any Governor Woodruff is harmony It is like a big apple pie with of sugar and nutmeg on the No it Kelsey was L do not this was plan unmet with the oi has no factions ami is for the was th ' of the of It was were some in favor of arid that advocated it anil It on y county of the of suiy Mr. it said Would Tsot March 2ri.--Govcrnor here from New city yesterday To the delegation of newspaper men who met him at the train the governor said lie hod nothing to enj concerning new state police held up a Crew of FroU I'm N. March 2.5. ............................... to this eity 20 feet of Karner last that a gang of to In had h. Id up a New York Central Mr. devised nn Hai For April of Will Chris 25.Sir at to launch the Shamrock and the ceremony has been definitely for April 20. The of will the The last week fo the channel deep to the to the shifty nature of the For a time It as if give rise to serious because the long fin train just it reached that idace and was terrorising the and Lathrop were put on the case and when the train reached Ibis city it was stopped at Edison avenue and men were found iu u bui car and captured after a lively were taken to police where they insisted they had not taken part lu the They were Fatal In NEW March 25.--Dr. J. one of the bouse physicians at Bellevue who bail been ill at North Brothers island for a week with scarlet died He is believed to have caught tho disease during one of his visits to the tenement where he was iu tin habit of ing of I b. 27 years of and from N. where his aud te which place bis remains wdl be He was a graduate of Cornell medical school and became to last Who Got March 2:.-Josoph A who was employed as a clerk In brunch H on Lexington i until Feb. 22, when he a mail pouch containing worth of money orders and back to this city yesterday of Inspectors James Jacobs and United States aud Detective the last two of San was traced by tin inspectors across the country and then from place to place on the 51orlga-o March 25.- A on St. Andrews this un tin platform of the church in the uf a large assemblage Tht burning was by appropriait The money with which tin was was gathered to gether within the past three through the efforts of the Jumes ami the o. all whom made large to March 25. Appeal to be made to a of the of the this lo d ' cide what is to be the iit with ihv ra The conference of the twu n the wage night without any and s. nt a call for a delegate March 28....... This involves a huge tight liox of buoyancy to carry the whole of the Tho bos is being around her in such a fashion that the whole of the the body of the yacht and the fin will be tilled It is that feet of and that when water it - bo result of the Use of the contrivance will be that the underbody will be hidden as the yacht goes down the and it will impossible to get a complete photograph BLODGETT Who Held A D 1A ' March 25.I^rln-Pdodgeft. an statistician and one of the authorities on tho m this city aged 7;,* He was born in a graduate of In 1851 he was jui assistant in the Smithsonian at being placed in c of the researches on His work on atmospheric were among the first published in this country and an part in the science he accepted the position to take of and reports treasury and later of iu Subsequently he was chief of the customs division of tile and also did governmental in He resigned from service in has le id positions this to Allow KILL J. N. has the of Mn and the undertaker to Mitu burial until he nn Tile who had called on her il of til Miss was who died i M 1' wav north from N t ou the Colon Latta Cap March 25. - A The Free from Traverse City says that pli r wood of Suttens Bay died 75. He was an old and having located at lu ihi He in ail lake - - - - N. March 25. an old aud resident of this m He was for in .Ni and at the time of his i 25.-A fo Baron Schott Von r. sudden withdrawal from ov ing to his implicated in a created a has committed suicide in to 25.-Le Jesuit the of has relations with the church in order to - StriliP 25. of- of county district has been bv uti agreement to snn s be ried Abo 1,50U men are contains 40 superfluities pound nearly of 1901.