Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 6, 1892, Wellsville, New York 30 swino iVom an l ply of LAID AT SERVICES OVER MILLIONAIRE'S Kaown In Um World Kunr which flUed hotiM with the mortal roen Jitt life called with those who knew him best and loved him Mr. Gould's boiy to for In the Killed bjr n N. bix Liver Regulator it haa nothing to do with jind Iho H inaction ot tho and that of wm killed by an of of leisure of landed from boiler had been left in charge yesterday in ' have been to this and have been from - and purely It mo to ndd my to ilie great of Hs for greatest of the Ho a universal OF ALL for I wn Loder K R If thr nie wl or E io n tu To SY Tor can be a Teu for uso In ono larice 25o., and A An Toilet at Gentral Dmg Tabules Ripans Tabules prolong Ripans Tabules cure Ripons Tabules euro Ripans Tabules for torpid Tabules cure Tabules a family Ripans pleasant Tabules for 19. Sr. Interred at Dec. for a long time hits public Wen so aroused in the Any pierson was in that yesterday ' are Seat the two papery in each They cover the ground thoroughly with the least Bros. announcement that the would bo and that none but ami intimate would be to the people to in its vicinity at and many applied for hnd not the shadow of an for HO By U o'clock at a gathered in thu vicinity of tho nnd Ijy time funeral services crowd bad It was an orderly crowd and the police bwl I o do outside of keeping the walks in front nf clear for the The day was clear and and a wind swept making a most task for any to stand about in unv for but the of morbid curiosity seekers and which ol Women ami in all of was not in the least by what satisfaction they gained in standing is a as they could of in looking long and earnestly the house and watching those privileged who had go in and out of the While tho services were on there was a stream of carriages driven np and down the avenue in front of the The of these as curiosit y t hose who about and stared boldly at house an if to pierce its very scene house was a most In front parlor the of the money king lay in n casket fragrance made the air The casket was placed under the larKe which adorns tiie in which reflected scores oi hices of u iio in the lower part of the To 1 he left of the parlor was the in Dr. Dr. and Chancellor were until they took their places under the hall which shed rays upon and the choir and orKan who immediately opposite round ut ral group were arranged who had come to hear the funeral These included nearly Jill well known the world of were others were rail magnates and still others powerful factors in the of the Next to smi Hon. M. who Joined in t he of the My to He hind in tlie back sat 11(jd Whitelaw On a almost immediately in front of the hull was Dr. not far from him sat Herbert 11. the counsel ol the Opposite Dr. and in the row ol in the further were and TMK H None of tho immediate relatives or fam ily of the were Thest all in an upper where the whole of t he Ije in room Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Misses Helen ami Anna and Frank Mrs. Shrady and Mrs. 4:1.'> o'clock I rains of vibrated through tlie spacious rooms with the preliminary ( hords of the and scarcely had the the and in the upper room ere Mrs. Clark's clear so The anthem was sung by the choir of Dr. The of the A. was the organist ami di anthem Dr. ai and in sonorous tones in TO us invoke the Divine With heads bowed t he large reverently to tho prayer by the dead financier's The Dr. read a portion of the service for the am the resurrection and This was followed by the ol Cardinal Kindly and the portion of the service by Rev. Roderick 1). D. At its conclusion .Mc Cracken np the of his invocation McCracken recited the prayer and bis repeated it Many of those present sang with the ily to final Dr. Paxton gave ihe to present be at the of the services all there would Ix allowed take a. last look at whose soul has gone to iti and whose house of clay is soon laid with and loving las a TRIAL the of Dr. which was resumed yesterday who not im Thursday asked to their names placed on the Robinson It Is understood that three of these delegates are in favor of Dr. to have putin the addition to the Authority of the Holy with the preface and appendix entitled The of heresy the response also placed in evidence a dozen other The Presbytery voted to rait these publications as so as they may 1 used in tho To tl Dr. BrIggs unimportant questions were then put to Briggs after which an was taken this hand the temporary of regular for m N. despatch the Skating club of Minneapolis to Joe Donoghue that A. D. tho Norwegian will arrive there about 15, and 1 anxious to race for a left here on Friday for will arrange bis Joe has of New who claims to and who issued a challenge In Sun skate him a race of 1(X) miles for a purse to be 8ul> no purse will be put but if Franklin wants to race for from to that be can Ihj for any distance from to u Dec. the chief editor of the of the Daily dietl suddenly in on Fulton street Mr. to went into at for He bad given waiter his order when he fell in his heavily once or and Wortl was to the Daily News and Mr. Charles O. C. took of body on half of the Press Heart was given as tho of Mr. Newman was 43 He wins married and lived in to Wreck a Dec. 0.A attempt was made to wreck the Krie accommodation train an the Philadelphia and Krie The train was at the rate of miles an and when two miles west of the Three which were in an maimer across the failed to derail the engine The seriously shaken hut none was The oyster which was close behind the came verly nearly dashing into the Dec. After listening to the details of the proposal in the monetary the committee decided to the consideration of it until the The American delegates asked the committee whether or not the committee were to consider the proposals made by the of the States at the opening of the The cimi that the of would not permit them to take up Ity an Dec. a motor man in the employ of the Elmira and Horseheads was killed by an near Erie He oii the front the car it went a curve fell oil and under the He was crushed and it to raise the car with jack screws to release his This is the first fatal accident since the electric street cars were introduced in this of High Wines 1.01 Dec. time ago the price of high upon which babis price of is was by the Central Distillery company of this city from to 10 per while prices of trust 4n and Chicago was yesterday to the old by the This is evidence that the of the last week was made to the trust and not to the as was given Company Secured the was served on tho North Lloyd steamship Spree yesterday for a claim for salvage to the amount of in of the steamer and were placed in At a later hour the embargo was tho steamship company giving bomls to secure the with Detective Bowman of The landing of the pair marked the end of an exciting extending over a part of America and Nine months ago Kerr was a social light H was head bookkeeper Trust As a mere matter of so his honesty was by the American Surety tho quarter of which is in When Kerr disappeared last and with him 130,000 of there was great consternation in the and financial of Kansas Trust company was of recompensed by the American Surety company and the trust company felt inclined to to Kerr Kansas and the surety company sent Mr. who their chief to find the a search in the United States the inspector went to A month's work in England nnd he had no Then he crossed to France and in Paris he heard of the object of his chased prey all over from town to He finally lost track of for two months could got race of in Paris he again a of his this from Alonte the famous gambling The detective went just reached the place in time to learn Kerr had having won the night The prepared for another He traced his man to to to and to Paris It that as the detective went in one side Kerr Went out the Finally Bowman got authentic news that the man had the Tho reached the day of the and went down to Kerr was but Bowman could not find It was not until later that the inspector placed his bund on Kerr and the long search whs brought to an He him in and it is that Scotland Yard had a hand in the final tho American company a balance on Kerr's they will to the they out nearly as much in expenses of as cost them in the first and Mr. tho first train to after they from the N. Dec. 0.Patrick Forrester and Thomas J. Shannon were from on by Forrester was better known as a title by his burglary of a large stoni in New York He wais of larceny and sentenced to ten years in three of which he has WHS accompanied back to New by his Shannon was doing a five-year term for and He taken to ill water by his Both men are in of consumption and can live but a few Guilty to Dec. the signal man whose neglect of duty upon ork and for the loss of his child caused the terrible railroad disaster to the Scotch near the early of Nov i the loss of several bas pleaded to the charfie manslaughter at the York and as over in the sum of to for if called Deep sympathy has been for Holmes and the case attention to the vil of on Be WilK Dec who is Lord the yacht which is to contest ftir tho ica's should a race be that the vessel will built with com plete on the Watson refuses to say whether be const with a keel or or to give any particulars whatever regarding the new The be by Captain William and the crew will lie She will take part in several racers in British waters before the Mnk and N. by arrived here on the Lakewood special last Cleveland the free use parlor he that an ordinary was good for their arrival at they were driven to Mr. Freeman's They dined quietly Mr. dinner tho Mr. } Cleveland joining Mr. Freeman at a game of Mrs. Cleveland tried her hand at a gome with her the games were pleasantly band at the accompanied by 300 The band playing when Mr. with Mr. whom he introduced to the Mr. Cleveland bowed and returned to the reappearing with Mrs. Cleveland anil baby whom he The assemblage responded with Mr. Cleveland made a brief He affords me to meet you r feel an if I knew you having a neighbor of yours last If you will form Inline it will lie a for nie to hands with a renewal of cheers a line was hands of each person be passed with a pleasant word for ond Mrs. Cleveland the house and resumed their games they were interrupted when the band and the crowd STARVED Ui 1^If:1r^mte; to Their parents went friends on Nov. leaving who are aged 0 1 Mid itMi third 2 years In charge of daughter of Mrs. with Irat tie to eat and but t3 in On the Imby oh condensed and but it before the of Yesterday a letter was r from the father In Connecticut food for the and that he would lie home in a day or The other two children sick cannot before summer for neglecting the of Dec. master and examiner in equity brought by Matthias H. Arnot ot l filed his report in comity court report is In favor of the defendants declares tbu lease of the other by the Reading company valid Back into ttio Dec. fifty applicants for work at the works Some were given work and the others were Tbd new men are not leaving the works as they a week new man at the mill was by four men on night and cuts on bis He when the was relief of the three wards met lust evening to outline a plan to raise funds for the of the Two employes of converting West ami Blunt burned about the bands and faces afternoon by hot metal fulling on them from the of the Their injuries may result or Dec. 0.The St. Exchange has unofficially more are no t are of business is the assigned i Dec. lexander the began a fifty days in the hall over Koster concert West Twenty-third He will take no food or drink of any a of water now and then and a few of a powder prepared especially for bis At noon lie partook of a hearty table consisting of roast pie antl This is the last nourishment he expects to for nearly two in N. Y Dec. .fi child born to Mrs. Howland of Fishkill The mother is 14 years and the father ii that they are the parents the strike at the Carnegie City mills is undoubtedly broken although stime of the still main tain they are in the fight nnd will win it. There is no hundreds of the men made application at both the Twenty-ninth street mills for their former have not in some have while others have accepted inferior positions in hopes that they will finally their old a dozen of the more work men left for where they have secured good Others fif the strikers have to work at berger iV preferring to do this than to work for or the same money at now to be only a matter of a short time until all the old employes return to strike 13ec. is a thai the employes of Cleveland Street company will within twenty-four Three men have dis charged by the the three or four was made Saturday that taken t he secretary of the com pany that the men would not under any circumstances be and leading men in the union declare that a tie-up will the In a strike on this company's lines during the the men a at Work N. Dec. 6.The of the who lasi ret to work Each applied individually to Captain was The em to or treat with the men as a but workmen affair has been entirely to their from of N. Dec. 6.-Willi.. of son of to his through 11 curious November his and with the ex ception of tt few at a the member has to 11 the little fellow died from superin by loss of of Dec. Charles a. the agent of the Dr. Parkhurst was ft in the Tombs court in harge of iwo detectives from the At the request of Superintendent the case was until is said is Of blackmail and Vork steady at Posted 84.K5V4 for for Union mr Produce do 8l.75sf2.(jij: do extra No. 1 do No. I do city mill for Woat crn EAT - Spot lots 8po(M)e4 } of No. 2 red do do 7H<i; do do 8!i<e. lots sates No. 2 do 50}^ do do do Al Spot dulL Spot of No. 2 white at 42^4:; No. 3 No. 2 No. 3 33c;. No. 3 mixed do 37^; do ( 0f)C. Old 28Jii western separator State full cream v. do ' State and 2fia27c. Dec. S. I No. 1 2 2 7rtc; No. 1 No. 2 4Sc; No. I 2 47c- No. 2 4(lc; No. 8whit 2 beat per boht choice 282ic. -rr- full and strictly 23i2t<'. stock Dec. ft. to extra to do bandy and iu Dec. 5. 1 No. 2 common 12.00; baled loow baled rye N. Dec. the meeting ot Ilio a of for the of and as the market was h umet the in to at 35c.___ Dairy N. 5. active Thf Two ill lot Ht Rt 2 at 1 lot at 10H,c, and 4 Total alw bold at bulk at 1(V-. were sales of 73 of farnt dairy butterai Snearly all at 23c.