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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 7, 1889, Wellsville, New York ' 9 No. 45 WELLSVILLE N. Y JANUARY 7 18tt9 Copy Two F n o M invoice tlie m AND ASD PLAIN Goods were bought at a very low out antl will bo HO Ki tho H. Latest News Gathered Fresh From Every 01 t u at n 3 cu re ci for r T ai or WEEK'S TO COME UP FOR CONSIDERATION IN HOUSE AND STEAMER and N. xia 1 is l anii m ini liui Is of or iu il m in l al Bir l s or Uti l sii il is. tiu l t'i Ali or i M-s to the 1 N. will n n Tariff BIH Probably Monopolice tho of tienten Yet to Tlie In the House May main 7.Tha timo of the senate during tho present week will be devoted almost exclusively to tho consideration of the tariff lu fact no other business to provoke will be brought that body until the voto on the taken Jan. 21. time given to its discussion will be devoted largely to extended on the principles underlying the There are few who have not hoard at 08 yet and there are who want to be heard Several orators were on their during the week just ended and others aro to Iw It is understood that no amendment to the will adopted without the sanction of tho finance and no amendment will be pi os 'd by that it is known to be satisfactory to all of the Republican the work of the cut and dried In tho room there 1b but little in to carry out the views of tho So the Democratic members of the senate and as they linve an interest in it tho on the fis Ije taken in the morning hour tiie resolution of Mr. relating to tho canal will be again taken up and of. It will probably intro and If to it be developed it will be In the is t-o - woek some can Mr. will call up his resolution call of states and territories on Mondays the first thing to-day after tho reading of iho motion being a demand for the question on tho of the Both seemed equally Mr. says no of any kind shall bo transacted until tho resolution is The of tho say it cannot this They seem be p fact that Mr. and in tlie and tlint it was only by speaker Carlisle voting with Ueed is having much the action of file who h ive been to vote for the It out that Mr. for the It the in BO Mr. that if tlie house met by determine 1. Mr. withdraw it. It is in that il was on that C il lisle it. not yet any t-o withdraw it and is no reason to believe ho The matter is likely to legislation the coming tho resolution is of of on call the of Small of Carolina and follow it up the dav with IS for ttio consideration o b Us from the on HI it is likely to the it can defend friends of who will at all times raise of consideration in their by uT tho fu st They have pal of he is and will lie to house to All bills are tli vn for years two not having vet been aud of the more hav uig C. Brown m Persona Jan. 7.A message from Bayou Sara that tho C. Brown sank at Hermitage Plantation at } o'clock night to hurrican Five of tho two firemen and one are Tho boat was from New Orleans for Tho disaster by tho boat striking a boat was owned by Capt. A. M. and C. G. Vras valued at was insured for and had about 4.>0 tons of freight consisting of car and sundries partly covered by She was built at Cincinnati in 1878 and has made over ninety trips between that city and New Orleans without She was commanded by Capt. Halliday for several Capt. C. G. Young of Cincinnati has been commander Bhe had on board ten cabin and a few deck C. G. chief Pros second M. chief second Samuel Trunnell ami Wash L. and Peter She had the complement of deckhands And nearly all residents of Jon. Picayune's Baton Rouge Tho Paris C. Brown is a total with only the pilot house and a little of the deck above Lack of means of communication with Ar mitage delays details as to loss of life and Many barrels and other fragments of cargo have floated down past Two who down in the Bierne that six of tho crew of the Brown and one were but they could give no A largo part of tho be a total SHOWS IT IN DECORATING HERR VON It Ont of Toward rw Charco Morier With 111. 7.The of William in conferring upon Herr Von tho tho is the of in In view of of by tho late for based upon tiie * II of the interior dis r i o b the of a rather than those in lu ilie of biui the selection of that as one worthy of the high lionor ded as at least ail of i net ill u iih the no doubt by the ns of of tlv sii on him by tho to that not of the of Morier is ia is SEATS WILL BE Strange Condition In West Jan. 7. On Wednesday Jan. the legislature of West Virginia will convene in to be the most session in the history of the Aside from the organization of the two which will be of of the division of tho the two great there will be tho kind of a struggle over the election of a United and the settlement of the contest for governor between Judge Fleming and while aud beyond all this tlie are in lor the contest brought by to instituto in the cases of all tho other and the flection of evi i-y one of tho including the members of tho gentleman direct from Charleston that the prominent party of both sillers are on to their friends in the organization of the legislature and the of the The of each side have notified their people that no must oc as is too nt The and result will be watched with tlie interest in 1 i hat ns t iiO ont ime ( Upon liv marek will to the is oi V tion filo j that Princess of h al 1'iMli'i a wave of ini the feeling (i is ti IO benefits -i equal in le the STUDY THt Morton to in tlie Jan. An amendment to tho rules was adopted oa losl giving to tha and the the privileges of tho No reason for adopting this rula was given at the time of adoption as there was no objection made to it It is learned now that reason for changing tho rules was to give vice an opportunity to study tho rules of procedure of the senato so he may be familiar with when ht. is upon to take tho chair of the presiding A of tho senate went to the pre pro Mr. last week and If Mr. Morton would be to the floor of tho senate in event ho came to during session of Mr. that under the rules ho would that Gen. would not be to but for the fact that ho had been a senator and thus camo a distinct Tho senator stat d that Morton was coming to Washington after the of electoral college to study the rules of tho of he has never been a in order that ho might assume the chair of tiie with of Mr. Ingalls sai 1 that the only way obtain admittance to for Mr. would bo to change in with his the proposition was laid before rhe committee on rules and that committee tiie proposed chango to the senato which thereupon it. Ho when Morton comes to in February he will find no obstacle to the careful study of the senate rules of MILL BLOWN AND FOUR ARE 1C*I--rr the Water In tho to Ciet Too of from or W. 7,News hM of a a occurred at New ' of tbn hod bad congregated at William steam to obtain ii of About 1 o'clock William Joseph Wade and Ell in mill when a t' i. Tho had I ni 11 totally and men were JOHN m about the face mill his ( injured explosion f i the 1.. iler o r the r to eei to Me I and burned The and thought that 1 tho AND CARBINE in lilt is r ment a ' Was 1 v. tl the h a r ill and haa been of Mr. the Irish ' to of and to 1 ie f lias just old tlie lij oii 1 he d Agents in thu Jan. 4.--.Mail iroin to have been n' arts ot which were at the lune ot her 1.-V' it o. 1 it nnii and hum unv m Uie cl of. r h 1 Iv 1 1 t if 1 11 I 1 t l ( inen h e ti il to i ot li V or ic nd ter I c e 1.11 iih i | ire J Il i hn tu 1--S N 4 i Ml over for T r ir m i. r t Ir ezil t ( o ir Ml f ir MUSN f has come R t I I t. t th ' ai niv ol witli a 1 1 rom tha ' 1 l ot the i N 1 1 il 1 on tlie m t 1' was to on 1 tO to 1 W i 11 1 1 1 for tho Present Jan. 7.--Tho third of tho work on i iflo and carbine prepared by E. of ordnance has lieen by the war for the use of the army and tho militia of tho different under title of Regulations for Small It will disti to the army and will hereafter Ixi the authorized guide in all mat pertaining to tho which it also directs that for the target year of the and enlisted men in the below the grade of or in that class with a than for tiring with the or less for those firing with the follow tlie course for as marksmen with or will course for wen c uIl L il men the and other ' ' i 7.- from Tosi coaM at ever ter I It u I by ' ai 1 I r el s of tiie sloi y it can F. 1/ line i r ing let The n ten by a to line way that I alid a ' ' % 1V:;,1-siiaca ity J the brought into 1 ' that tve been a had oil to the Jan. 7.The Oklahoma is coming to a Springer a town of is under martial The mavor city treasurer have gone and the United h are all IS overrun from tho Late night tho in the territory ordern to remove all settlers wiio now in V of. Ok Cil 1 a i id 8prin.j;er. from Reno are to join United States near and move he at As lie have into I take are the kind and of ious nature is ion soldiers and the in acted very foi ash y in ni move nt this Springer is nnd even if they were l to they would gain no rights in the i ve it of They are a o' who do not understand status of the will com to gi e-f with only their for their the into ( latter w most the earest to are trouble of ji nature is F X w T h ta rit I 1 I 1 1 1 U ' i JOHN 13 1 ti MURDER AND York Muti to 7.~\\ illiam 42. and killed t then h If 1, lu was an 1 he v. 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