Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 6, 1889, Wellsville, New York 9. 173 JUNE 6 1889 Copy Two is to any other for curtt of no or enter Into tha ot only the purest imd most effective remedial il la Is prepared with extreme and Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is prescribed by leading Sarsaparilla Is for sain and recommended by all is uid not a beverage in never falls to effect a when persistently to is a highly concentrated and therefore tJio most economical Blood Medicine in has had a oi nearly halt a and was neyer so popular as at testimonials are oti fife from benefited by the uso of J. O. 191 i six Wortk m Very Latest News Gathered Fresh From Every FLOODED work of debris away steadily auk thk oma who thrilling stories of finst day's AND nt of Slowly of at tii of from Minorai oh in nll be prepared o receive and care for Invalids those needing rest build of KINDS To AT VISIT WANT THE BUY OF C. s re open for Full Line of will bo on Ilio two eml forty six wi rn of which lliB Won Tills to June 7.ah of tJio in nini altout stono Fi that in nrt or cnn tbo horrors of that aflor had taken he nt fault he to anything no in its of horrors ns this all the of pouls in the fearful flams hi ard tho ronr of tho tho torrent h All thi Friday night horrid din iip until of the o' Ml it ' fis inoi tif a in was l io * w shoulder a of ruins on which the llames were For several the anus swept the hand convulsively at then a broad 5-hctt of swept down .it find most fearful of mortal agony that tho air Then all was and tho wave of lire swept crackling sh if in gloe at what it had of with tools have arrived and aro doing effective aro thu only kind of men that wanted or doctors from in Dr. The doctora were for thoir to but their services were declined from the fact that there but few sick to caro H. Devoro has been given of tho impromptu embalming in the Pennsylvania railroad station by w of the of ht of of best of tlie of on the registry of living and the poll it at from 12,lX)i) to The uf among intelligent and railroad men is that from 1,ODO to 1,500 will never heard John of N. and John both traveling on tho day last Friday from have not been of n Tho a struc was to and three children taken had all the en m Alary a lO Slid to be named of and an were t Ivt n the t Ihu near church havu found 100 tie taken from the i UK ' f J I was m tho debris near 1 u to tin ciin at railroad where - Tlie ' of TUO iLo few nnd was going t u when s her bov In m. bhe rnn np demanded tlic l ami to her quite n by her but calmed down after a and that sho had lowt her six children in tho flood and that lilis was tho one of tho family that had been Mho that sho had a wink Saturday atul had tho different at leaist and wbs almost crazy from the sighta ahe had of for treatment of patients at the was and sent over tho 111! that Tho corps brought on a good supply but it hab Thirty-six have been sout to Pittsburg of B. of to mtow my iu which coming There 4ur at least car loads of routo between lint fai to with to tlM lack bridges to gM thn tho and not macb work of which is being witb great the clob that was In and nent to for a with tho local on Traya of forward of all and from low aro there is to but a lack of and Altogether seventy dead bodies taken out near this Tba work of removing is as rapidly as The majority of made thus far baro for fuch as stealing from private atui fusing to is no ia of all that the have by who and other of Scott's statement that there in enough to feed the now in charge of is con crying He now 3,300 and more are coming from bns plenty for them to but not enough Am all the tenia have are already filled ha will take time as is to build and repair vacant Ths work of clearing up has and will with tn the Head The following are additions to tho list of Henry Ludwig and not Swank and year-old not Mrs. not body not wife nnd body not Mrs. Anron Davis and not John Alexander bodies not Mrs. Martha not wife four not Mrs. Mary boily of ix and girl were found near those of Mrs. died in the from Hamilton Mrs. body The following were and aro now In Mrs. John nnd three Dr. Carl wife iTi li is about miles east of It has since last Friday becu 8 railroad was its and Conductor Sheely hud charge of the They all rest of the by flight they saw tho The of the where a giant force with of iron as a child might play with with a or a piece of q about thirty feet stands high and upon two ordinary abutments at part of this bridge that spanned the The tracks are the bridge gone oii either the river is gone to a new tho very earth for 100 around scraped off and Init this littlo span there twenty in of a desert of tho only piece of a bridge that is standing from the to It a light iron and the abutments are not That it should kept there when everything elsa was twisted and torn to is one of the queer of this by the wrecks of two fruight trains that were standing sido by aido when The lower ends of are torn to tho cari tossed around in every direction and many of them earned The whole of the train oii tho track nearest tho river was Tta locomotive in gone There or flin t V cars could as iw that at ready to pull A the is HI from tlw nre hall way around and with wheels the But I he force did this lelt the light wooden box cars themselves with beef and have bten tied to tho iu front of engine the wafer of Its with tho W lit hiU n w m Tt tn the hen is ' in Ml thai men irvk w the front of the clear up to you 111 1A I at visit id ly clearing Ihe and of in ilie of tho great works of tlie t. the Tico iilt from I a that not of the go-ahead spirit of company was furnished when L. L. Smith of tho was entirely swept this employee aro to report on the at a. for order for the has a twofold Ono to have the men in order to lenrn what men of tho company's arc other is It that niou inuy bo monthly pay roll of the mill iu the 1,: men were Started June Paris municipality of sympathy witli cut off front rest of the the Times reporter to get into yesterday by working bis way the bed of tho it was whether any one had low of life was not nearly so large w it would ham been not tho most of ttw people left homes some owing to the of dam being liable to at any Out of n tohal of houses In the only are the they were not taken waa that they were some distance up the out of the flood's of a single vestige of tho swept away rnn Iw was church in the and it was The number of persons known to drowned is The town Is was formerly m uu street is now the of the Many n here who saw tho flood that It wan nt least twenty feet higher in the centre than at the and one person graphically it. just like a sliding forest on ' A large of freight cars were lying at Mineral when the containing for being filled witb others with etc. These are a to tho of whom would probably starved auy could have reached tho division of the has kept for tho families staying in tho hoaw with his giving freo to all who Among the to ho swn in the valley ii a left on the track with its fires from the stack and from all rendy to go ahead an soon as a in t/i u If No a by the wml for The Americans residing here are taking steps to a fund for the They held a meeting horo at which a large number of both nnd were the Amorican ivnA a fund was wUh to a largo were perfected ftir a thorough among the number of Americans in and no are entertained of highly From Juno been for and more is ex from Brunswick has raised for the Johnstown file J 11 it MV n in Juno 0.-Chicago's to the Johnstown has now it is expected that more will quickly The Michigan Central railroad has notified tho public that it will carry consigned to Johnstown freo of June of From Juno fund in of Johnstown amounts to $ was telegraphed Johnstown N. June fund far amounts to tiut tno two or s almost They thought the Urn ot life cannot and they are hopeful it will not reach that The of lost from the they even as over the company's following persons whose fato In wero accounted for by to the F. John of New at safe with his It. at M. C. at a Mrs. A. J. is to be aa Will n old lady nnd in her in the of Mi. N. nt Mi and child of that the on trains wtw and the more come in the more the fact there is a the ing ol number vi a corps of to r this to go to About a men taking ith nll for and out the streets nnd 'a view to Juno scene that the of New w hich hi rived here yesterday from New York on her to Here the rM n the news of the winch hnd befallen their m and many of them were moved to At I the that on but when of the London nnd Liverpool were ein the containing column upon column of the of tho the ti uth came to gone at while in of returning on Uie next Flood ill I ho Ohio Ohio In the down wan a with collar and river is liy policii 111 who will i to all 11 an I 1 lor Tnn 5\aysviib, about noon from there that bo of WORLD OF YORK TAKES LAST 0AM6 OF THE WASHINGTON I r. II ami 4 las All were found in house except the which is stili is His awd little boy were in fin a known to be THE 11* June comptroller of the currency has received a telegram from at that First National bank of that city is but a that tbd arc The of the dead and tlie is the was to au as ta ttio condition of the Worsted 1m % Kloven A Manager Reported June 0.New York took the closing game yesterday after a fought The lorn of the WM principally durt to Clarke's poor catching in third He was badly in jarea ia this inning and was compelled to Mack the work in tumal who took tiM iu right did ail was ot In the fifth Curry was in tbo face by a foul and resumed his position waa forced ta retire in the following Bam Wiae and the Mch taking turus on decisions on and the other gave base No fault found with their The giants won game in thu third inning on fielding was the 0 0 1 0 0 0 0~ 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 4 - 5, York 8. 2, York 3. Wise and ' Jime 0.Directly after rain the first scheduled between ttw Chicago and Cleveland Anton began making to Manager Lot tut to piny two games on one was selected and the waa pretty men had the game won in the tenth inning when a ba^t muff by of a which bad would the let runners A homo rnn giving tho the 00401 00- 10. 1, and and second game was even more for Chicago far errors were than the Every made by the home was but a fumble by ' Van in the seventh winning run to come over the 0 0030200 0 0 2 0 1 00 11, 10. 4, Cleveland 3. * ' ' It 111' It t. II lit when the have been with but ono by with no man Hulvey liit for two and was sent in by ' was Attendance 0 1001 9 006 0-4 400000000 15 11. 8. 0. 8. and and Kelt and game 111 of and Juno 5.- C. kins Co. of Lock have received dispatches announcing their whole of logs and lumber at 10,(H,(K30 is All the logs belonging to Bryant at 12,()(K),(K)0 are Tweed of this city learns nil his own logs and and those of which were reported are these tinus better oil than they hoped men weie found in a cibm at Little Ti out Itim e k of the j ' k ' A Hoy was bv breaking of the Maynard and u wash 1 iv n m n in i 1 Milli 1 all I I ut ill tl i were on ho city m utter out the cx pix mt to i ami have the gas bv tomorrow Tho electric tx ift I t an I t them tents iroin Hari Wli s. h ai of the will to at 1 I I 11 11\ 111^ in 1 di ti i o' t 1 of which a w on way Irams will rup to nod Lock to begins work on Us i bridge The Montgomery will be to run trains across by to tiim l this 3>,-000,lKKt of logs arc- piled feet of In one of the floated upon the island the oi an unknown woman was letters near tho ill tlie Iron who ia at West hospital in this from and a broken at the Cambria iron He thinks there were from to men i a the when swept to OF HIS to be Friends of the evidence in the toward the fact that with idea thai lik lifo I through th i of anil Ji li ol 1. 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