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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - March 18, 1904, Wellsville, New York FRIPAT MARCH 3 1904. be North oi the Leaves Hal of Port Arthur of Fell Will Not Send Squadron Behring but Will Go Around 17 is much in the th r Russian main is but This Is not yet ind. to thp all the Riia North 20,- of at north of Yalu li says it Ik that Russia has abandoned M the idea of sendin kv Baltic to the Far East by way Behrine Port Arthur that appointed of naval staff hai to road over the Russians expected to pass and Fing In order that he froni impact of the hoofs 't n if Kow March 17It Is authentic ally that for a week haj been only a small and at that a large force has been Mooed at the fortified an 1 town otf whore 1M army concluded Its the war between only reports at the from the lu cities a quiet and .is which are off the main an undisturbed The people ta of definite of chief on Cheng military road Is the faich of to and from the Rus advance native here a as late as March 12 from Huan Cheng to the the main body of the nae 1 Russian had the Yalu of nt An other points to un 1 the a few visited but since then no kira been west of attacks of the the occ the Tuns last bombardment of Pon part of the of Part unsafe that of that most of the to remain in now sisn an movements and 1 J a pass is their il the of Vans to their n 'n the Cjt which from nt It the if ir like tins U H un to the Mid ia mto the of a try which the nf war i s cannot i must n of p reponed that he had taken the to Ph- NOT Disability to Be Takes Por Granted at 62. Waak In March 17 Another 9seDg*r of steamer Argun captured by Japanese off the coast o' Corea 7 and ta wio returned here that aaw two damaged towed Into Feb 2. one belog Asuma and the other a to be a having a heary the bv the anese warships have arrived here Japan In the coutue -had with them Timed that they observed generai drank amonK the Japanese troops the sailors an ex They report that the Japanese makes a pitiable the being small weak brought evidence had worked out a plan of campaign and a date for operations at least two before stark of Japanese Poisoned Swords Was an March 17.Official published Vic from the of tte Port Arthur division of the on of Nj r v Vice havins determined -o 35 Iron as well in chief of entire jr. in the Far has Cross of St. Geors Japanese of Japan's March 17.Tha Temps correspondent at St that a Russian army corps 1? from toward He adds that Port has a garrison of 30.000 men and Is for a ministry of Temps further that Japan s losses of the war are five torpedo boat a- i of a 12,0'j0 ton seriously I The ' patch with of Harbin is ' Idr the from in the part of the tff I Thim In Act eff Putting AH lean War en Moll 39 Attar Cloae of That March 17 of with the of Secretary haa a most important pension ruling which the adjudication pension claims under the act of June 27, 1800, It shall taken considered aj an if the contrary does not and if all other legal requirements are properly that when a claimant has the age of 62 years he is disabled one-half in ability to labor and la to be rated at JG per after 05 years at Js per 6& years at per and 70 per at higher not per will continue to be made as where disabilities than ane show a condition of inability to perform manual or 1 r shall take effect April 13. 1?04 Extent of The by which after citing the law aays pension bureau has ed with the av nature and extent of the ity of old just before for a trip South for his health spoke as follows regarding the which he said would both old and the government a great deal of money and act of which was passed in the latter part of 1SS7. put all the Mexican war veterans on tho pension roll 39 years exactly after the end of the Mexican It would seem that if 39 years after the expiration of service a Mexican war soldier entitled to a pension at 62 years and no requisite for drawing a pension should exist except 3. That 10 of the civil who fought vastly more and at least as good a rule ought to apply There seems to be a consensus of opinion that at C2 years the of aee have set not have been issued because It Is only now that the fixed by the limit has been reached The civil war April 12. 1S65 Hence the years expire the 13th of next and It ia that the should be Issued as the minimum limit and the three score and ten as the maximum is an advantage and to the in the use of this order because every old soldier eara of do Mi that the ex In the rtm win Tery noticeable tW rate la always to aad thare Is also to be considered the that tbe ones to whom we the proof other than their aces would hare prored former entitled to the pension by reason oi their CANAL CARRI of Trial of Colombia's Protest March 17.The case of the republic of Colombia against the Panama Canal company to prevent the transfer the concession to the United States was resumed before the first tribunal of the Du Bult continued his in behalf of the company's right to sell its concession to the He emphasized that it was upon the formal insistence of the government of Colombia that the company finally to treat with the United States Prior to the company had met the overtures of the United with silence or But Colombia company to take up the transfer to the United States He right Colombia to contest the ex istence of Panama before a French when the French and the governments of other throughout the world have recognised as a sovereign should we your your authority to frankly If is it not - St is best ihai vie do not discuss that branch of the original pointed out to the court that civil of the Seine March 19. 1902. That the company could make the but limited the time until March 4. 1903 He this decision prevented the Nr for the United Slates after the iat ter Du statement that Colom consent to the transfer a of was much com r ir on the a ' 7'::t chief of stafT in a sai i 1 in Considers Corea March 17.The Corean of trade at Ky on the Tumen has a note from the general In paying that Corea has joined Japan Russia Corea as and will axi ac thousand Corean troops at Seoul will be sent to the next that a I3 on fhe an 1 that thrown up s Chon a loan sav that the It a to of men and the seizing of Tons of Gold on a March 17 tons of gold coin were in a truck from the United States to York clearing house The gold to pay the debit that was against the sjov emment and in favor of the hanks This amount money when paid In gold The in the vaults of the 1 werp by InK to hanks to which the gold was ml of Panama and Isthmian Canal March The has been closed and Dr. charw will leave tha United States for his former heme in ia two or three communication the Colombian government and the state department be reached ape of 62 years is ducted the consul to prove almost without possibility | general at doubt he is one-half disabled The of the ta the from earning his suppon by manual direct result of oi Pay March IT. la tha discussion af tha MU Mr. tha and declared the attacks en wbe kad witk and the colored race were to railroads far Kail eame In for by Mr. Robinson the latter them as mall carriers found many friends on the who Increased pay for them and the privilege of acting as agenta for newspapers and trades Flood denied that Perry S Heath was entitled to for In rural free He the for the and added am not that a gentle man who was to rob and plunder his and permit other people to rob and plunder the government he had sworn to protect rob a political opponent of the to which he was He sal 1 Heath made the claim ing the fact that he had not yet emerged from the scandal with a as unsullied as the pine snows thrice bleached north em blasts senate the to government of Britain to a review thf question of j for the catching of fur vote's seals in so ns to obtain an abatement of the killing of and thus the In military record and nf General the of marks Hf in the cam tbp thf the war and the record he was now making In the Philippines He rhat in concluding he would attempt to show the charges against General Wood ha not been proved an exhaustive in by senate Foraker answer all the against 01 Miners Positive be No Strike About 135,000 Miners For Scale and Against and In Favor of a and Iowa Qave a of 2 to 1 the March 17 the na tional of Mine of on the vote of the had been com bv the They the scale has and be no the funi In tho status it is 13=; voted and o' th se for the and 4C rotei it and in favor of a not beine sure it was to reports is made Indiana cast 10.000 of 2 to 1 for the voTes a majority of 2 to the scale and in favor of a cast 50.XN> votes with a majority 2 to l for the scale Kentucky had 1 for the to Build 17 - The Nichols and North com which a steam road miles Uinci TO thf Penis was authority by the railroad to build Its Two I 17 Two Valley one and af Pa In Oie former thp was Tester company's and riM two away broken I open The value of the contenu la ' not to Derail a Conn March 17. The presence in this city during the past few days of several railroad accounted for by a statement thai an was made recently to vote with 3 to train nn the New New cast 10.AOO votes ' and Hartford railroad a majority for a strike Seymour by a a small vote for the scale Ohio spike in a switch It is cast 3.> one with 4 to 1 for the i caboose and another car of a train thrown from the Investigating j Washington March 17 - The special Investigating committee of the house the It Is un The report known Q ' This document has been made and the feeling created among members by the thor ough manner in which the special com Is dealing with as 8'cn<d It is in tense Revelations of new a-e at In the cloak rooms In the meanwhile the special committee on its work behind doors aril was with a brief for SECURITIES This beine so. it seems unwise to put a soldier to the expense of time and transportation tu go to a place where a board can ex amine him to find that fact and on the hand It for the to an i nay the of a when the result of the can bo so in if of Them were it and perhaps an erial in time ami the 1 sol of Inability to eani a full support by manual labor not include brain but to those who can by labor earn support commissioner said that experience has vears an soldier Is from a by ml th law he would be to Ho arc whit i en in shape of aH Is a and the of the ranal It thai a considerable time will elapse before the Colombian nominates a minister to as the feeing in circles at Bogota is still bitter Dr has no to the state department since early ia Herran with his wm today for to he later by his and son will in the to a special technicAl course nf study Dr Horran recently has been very as a result work that fell on him the of Minister Concha In early of the canal of Hill on Decision of Supreme New 17lawyers the various in Northern company were in with HUI an 1 other officials for a time J F Johnson of who ar gued before United States re have been one of The others s Lynde Stetson of counsel to J P Mor ani R S Ins Mr are of r Ing can be d till we it 1 woul 1 will be no pt to evade the haven't any plan or plans There has too ey have a out of there Is not even a Unions Refused Plan of New March 17.The various unions of allied lithographing trade held last nicht and decided not to accept the arbitration plan to them by the arbitration was to workman 1 by a of association an they fold rf they not the plan they would be locked our The men were given until Saturday to give a secretary of National said the employers done bring about a fair settle ment and thar now every man must sign the agreement Saturday or consider himself discharged The employers would not the unions as organ i rat Ions If the men refuse to sign the more than 10 men will be locked otii Thf will prevail the States and Wife and Cut His March Harry I locai for Tea of Xew wife an i she drs 1 tried to kin himself hv cutting a and 'e ' verv t Is for time been to hlm In an ani wife K N Y about a York Marah No. 2 f a b No 1 northern 11.08 No. 2 com. 55%o No 2 No 2 4IH t b. No 2 4He: 1 4c. FLOUR U 1.10. 00; 116 70^75: good ia choice 11.05. 249 144c- Imitation full small 12c. State lancy 21'??i2e. and pm 12 60^2 70 Sa nf or Marsh 17. James speaker of the of died of Mg tem U Baltic March 17The Echo a St says that the idea of R Baltic squadron coins to the Far by the Passage has given up too adds that tho fleet will probably start in aal go by way of the Cape of 1- n ' they to ' pav - What the bu t an ien results Trested is j March ' 7 bureau has decided to treet an Infectious disease and to to all they A .la to In health Is to be by means of of the j them I been It 1 have In i this IT that thaa 3ob FOR That Large Orders Have Been Placed For Modern Guns and 17 B H Jr. at to the state depart r * company r order or so an amount f ' e tie Company s years tho even a f -I ec of to w thiT V fact has CR it was 1 i fT a. term of China should stopped W Va March 17 entered the home of a farmer at near here yester day an 1 their loo in and bad no In the of anks and carried the w hich sav for 20 strapped about ' ve i hy 3, - was 15 Provision March 1. WHEAT No 1 c. 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