Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - February 21, 1905, Wellsville, New York of the Grand Duke's Flesh Foond Thursday at mm iMmt tf mUmmI wUhm rack tnm Frb 20-A thin M ihc In The U. Z of hare m have of 1 found in of tho In mfl fragments found on tup of the 12-foot thv among the which has been for Feb. 23. the Grand Duke to to ud the and to his work u the head of tlM He went to apon of tlM of Duke 8ricliis. KMp In the danger oT a tkm of the Moscow tragedy that of the grand hare not oat oC their the and Instead oC going to the there hare participated ia held in the of their own Thla was caae with Grand Vladimir sad also was held war In the the action of the riu with which the hare Utile the Shinpo one Japan Is waging a war the Ruiu flna nation from by the hot U the and not the people of paper predicts t better with between the two After the war kss ended and after lamenting crime which in tho death Grand Duke the hope that It will be of good result comment in a rein on the of the grand COAT Winter by dining room the la to he to through hy the the people of Moscow I lart been admitted to pay their laat in parties of 100. This was taken because it was to avoid the of body of the grand tB the uniform of the Fifth of which he was the rests in an oaken of tte sodai the breast of the upon i vUch U an ikon of the Saviour and I of ihe grand is The Bible the head of bears the orthodox I lUrer and ihe Imperial assassin remains I His has not yet been and although the police lava been they to op the of the plot or find any clues to The and clothes offer no of and hla pass was forged and appears never to been Photographs been to be dispatched to I all but If the assassin li actually a workman and not a stu the police may find themselves i at Duks who I wii to be dying at the time I of the is alive and better is not yet out of city presented an aspect ot liep gloom There was no music In the restaurants and there rere no performances at the I Tbe manifesto voicing the of the * la posted at the city and crime tbu only topic I conTr from 1 officials hire 1 placed ia the to far aa can he has Bot left hla quarters In tbe the of Grand Is greatly the of the Other crimes am According to reports many cities aad towns la a condition of political and have been In Southern According to message from the there afraid to appear on the In addition the strike situation has grown In the matter of the TERRORIST Have Been In Southern Feb. 20.It has now I been decided that the of Duko Sergius will not be brought to St. Petersburg for the but lustead will bo placed in a temporary vault of the cloister of the monastery to await the completion of the alterations now In the Romanoff the cathedral SL Peter and St. where the will among the of his account of tho lack of space the it was decided last year to bury only rulers of the in the old tad a new In the new wing of the cathedral is now being built 1 other of the imperial Is not the only lie not to bring the to tLe Even General Trepoff has fart that no can au guarantee of an act of state where rt quires that the of the Romanoff family St the on a tomb might wipe out I the for the personal safety of io the to attend tho Imperial family will Literature Feh 20 broadcast Ihe capital and Is to iip in and n it nm ho to be Tho that fast in tho piani frolli a the of a Inform In tho and the poi ice one of the waa Several rioters and one were Cheney Reports Loss of Papers Worth Box Taken from a two TRAIN which Moscow are almost tied In BL Peters the strike has assumed the form of a the Iron the Franco-Russian the Rubber works and a few smaller concerns bavins discharged all with the notice that the works will be shut down there arf many afloat to what the men will With or 40.000 men out of work for an Indefinite even If no more join the ranks of the rioting and collisions with the police are feared the attitude of the men many oi the masters arv convinced that they have financial from some source Work on War Supplies The of the Franco-Russian and the works Is a to tho as the is on navy and the latter In manu and munitions for Over 2''KK) and shrapnel aro mg at and the government has within the last days to orders in France and Germany for worth of At the government-owned Nevsky the minister of has able to hold the men only by conceding they have Including the eight-hour In a letter to Finance squarely disclaim all for the labor declaring that the strike is not of economic origin and that the of the men's griev ances can only bp adjusted by political They that the condi tlon of industry in Russia renders yielding to the demands of the men utterly suspension for three of the newspapers Our Lite and Our following a second is probably equivalent to the final ex Unction of the offending Journals The decree of suspension assigns a to the publica lions and several articles upon popular but the owners of the papers the true Is that no expression of sor row for the murder of Grand Duke Sergius was in the Moscow end there was no word of editorial the best explanation is the fact that both antons the have printed articles bitterly to the Train Loaded With Derailed by and Many N. Feb. 20.A train on the Erie which ran as a local from to Jersey was wrecked this five leaving the Official say that one girl was killed and twenty-seven persons Tho train carried one hundred and fifty The accident was caused by a broken Feb. 20.At the Erie of fices In this city It was that the injured numbered 43 and that they were being brought to Jersey Girl Feb. 25The dead girl was Grace An unidentified woman is fatally Dispatch Says Surrendered Against Two Coincided With OF FARM Feb. 20 J the founder of the Village Stock Farm and of and of the Grand died early today He was born in in Mr Hamlin had for a | 1 Feb 20-Frank who murdered junk and Adolph who strangled Mrs Kauffman to death at her home in were Two were given in each occasion except those within tho walls of on are now I Constantino and is per popular never of w 20 P. Otis of the died early aged 65. Feb. 20Accord lag to a dispatch from special reports have been received at that place stating that the of Port occurred against wishes of most of the officers of dispatch says that at a general council held after General Kondra only two Gen eral Re chief of staff to and agreed with General that further resistance was thf others Joining In Lieutenant General Smirnoff's view that there 1h no surrender until the st that Mme tue den stores for a rp d. r serving out 5>oun<lJ of flotir each company of the garri and other ihe bos and a large amount of flour and canned meats Thert were no which re sponsible for many cases of to the Mukden the Japanese were amazed when the Rus sians accepted the conditions The adds details of the and describes the thin ranks of the Japanese regiments Ing in the entry parade on Jan. 7 Many of these regiments mustered only a few in spite of fresh showing how dearly Japan paid for the to the statements of the officers hut little food was carried through the blockade by Russian officers will leave for New York in a few days from which place they will report to ambassador at Washington The in the terms of ment accorded them by the None would express any opinion of Russian domestic but they were hopeful that the war would have a successful Feb 20. Tbe by a Boston law to have by a are the of a of thla town This wan whon Mr. Cheney sent for a ive the and cave tbe latter a Mr. 1 one of the men of Worcester county and until a year the third largest stockholder In the works of the American Optical Co. the of which founded by his Hla statement 1 have either mislaid or there has stolen from me a tin box containing to box Um waa In a at my on Jam. 17, bat a daya when I box was box from my safe vault ta to my In to go and aa as Is my box was 110.000 In and aotes which might readily by any who had In his but no easily negotiable discovery of the loss I my attorneys in and we to engage a force of with a view to the property without The detectives have worked cm the caie without result and as of the notes were coming due I the fact of the loss to yet the local authorities have not been consulted by me. as my lawyers and myself still believe that we may be albe to secure all the property legal No one having access to my home is un der GREENE ATTACK STUDENTS Feb. 20.Tho spirit of revolution had complete possession of a great meeting of students and directors of the St. Petersburg which assembled at noon to discuss the question of Joining in a general strike Inaugurated by similar Institutions In Russia and decided to close the university till In of trouble when the broke up squadrons of Cossacks again paraded the ' t V j Exploded Against Abut of Bridge Near 20,A party of nesc and tbe of the inn mil. but 1V.1S all d in a f an and a charce of had been il Two poles An charce Rtm cotton 400 t the place where explosion on the railway was resumed on the aro ture on believed to have been made to er ' Md Feb. 20 Samuel W Battle of the second class at the naval academy and a son of Samuel W U S N of N C dropped dead the brigade of midshipmen were railed dinner formation shortly noon Sunday Battle had Just taken his plaie as third of company I- n heart H - V n h ed n of of English Council Feb. 20Tbe department of has received a copy of the of the Judicial committee of the council In the Caynor Greene rendered on th. Sth tho main points of which ware at that The decision wan favorable to the United government and will resaU In a reopening of the extradition proceedings In the Canadian courts Gaynor and who are technically charged with obtaining money nader Judgment of the as understood here after a fall asal of its Is that the two oC the motion of the States to writs of habeas la faror of and wera that the writs quashed the were held under proper and detention by a competent aa extradition for the par poee of ' of the British extradition as to whether an extraditable offense had been commuted or council agree with Justice Caron that the United States charged a which Is not an offense within the extradition the prisoners were entitled to since the privy council points out that the Indictment for conspiracy charges overt acts of which is an offense under tiie extradition and the States could treat this alleged ceny as a distinct and independent extraditable the council In should have allowed the extradition and particularly the question of how much evidence there was of to be duly and properly tinder the British statute without interference by half of the opinion rendered bv the deals wirh the In rase up to ire rook a hand in It. The - Ml n ti i s H Land Lease ScandaL Br F-b h-n in of ihe Int. Fram is and Bllss both sald knew of the 0-<a:e oli scandal by cretary s strie former Smith CONTRARY concession Foster movements of bodies of Chinese j During their incumbency no criticism bandits across nor protest in The case n service was held in the cathedral j to either the leases here Sunday in memory of Grand j declined to opinions on what Duke civil an 1 j has been said Mr k Were n 1 station ed m - s B 9 ne Been Made s ib u- were a -' - OS CAPTURE MORE OF JAP Sympathy at Cruel but Attributes It to Op pressive F- b on the of S-r gius at the Its at his cniel able to the d manner of 20.-The have captured the steamer with coal for in R I. Feb. 20Upon the arrival of the Joy line steamer reported to the police that a murder had born on board during the John A. Hart of this an employed last summer on the boat was found dead In his with a bullet wound In his There Naval Officers Say General Held Out as Long as He Feb. 20.Fourteen paroled naval ar rived here Sunday from Port en route to on the steamship The party included Captain N. O. Von comander of the battleship Captain E. commander of the bat Captain N A. commander of the naval transport and 11 officers had no criticism of General or the conduct of the defense of Port Arthur beyond the fact that the Russian fleet waa uih and had not a of When Port they would have fallen the latter part of bad It not been for the strengthening of the land forces with guns the Sect ' a brave a great general and a true patriot He held out to the last He had of but 1 never heard of an army which could live on Lack of food Revolution In Feb The steamer from Hamburg via Central brings a that a in is likely in Ihp near a plantation In Mexico close to the Guatemalan 2.00y ostensibly but said to be part of the are awaiting The mfn are well and drilled and ready St a notice to march into Guatemala and take the field In Theater 20 - panic occurred In the gallery of the Avenue Sunday wlit cry wa's m taken for an alarm rff A frenzied crowd of each other In a mad rush for tho exits but no waa Two for disorderly About Crown Prince Feb 20A story In the United to the effect that It was that in quence of differences Crown Prince Frederick William and his the Duchess Cecilia en wo ild tve n off. discredited here The crown prince and the duchess have been Fior enee but Saturday the duch ess went to on nf Illness of h. r F - d. rirk William did 3rcon!pi*n\ r on be for him The crowa j and s arrived here i in five 'n the i t. be Fire in Wholesale F h Started in nt ai w wt re 1 at h. u ' I lit went Raise Sunken 2.1 The she h of te a Pierrot which was Pan ther In a i. V. ht r. lut - recent labor ' Children Burned to 20..\ft--r Ing a fire in the kitchen of here three children of ran Two of 3 years old and street ' F- eight b 1 1 they died In a Is 1 TV e ' ' u - I '