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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 15, 1900, Wellsville, New York ' r 191 MSisuLmihiMMMi, tn Trouble Ahead Than Merely Reaching THE Aro Hurrying to n to aud Juno 1. and Tion think la ft moro trouble tor of than reaching with 2,0-!4 other points ut n. tho Thf Whole ntg to in a of the 'a vn of a tion to of n part of or to I her in Hio It of her on murder of the p pho to .i ni and personally to of rioters to no to - apply force and of more threat en in it Admiral the ternati inal i lumo hin way 10 iil of aro ' largely Lo their at Tion Great sent COO from yesterday and too will d 1,'Hui to In j to a St. of d. to her at Tien up to Thus at Tien Tain will be- altout mndo in of by of the Mr. til identity of opinion the Iho of the | nf force and the method Is liv all inoi - i pap i for tlie and the thill will happen to the already the and ut Tion Tsin nearly in A from Tion dated yesterday days the and here been jealous of d lo the by tlu ish of the attempted to take of an ( at Ihe Weir refused to up the and a Frenchman d to Weir tho the rifle and the bayonet over his For a moment trouble between the and French wab but the prompt act of the British consular and naval backed by the American tho a ' Conciliatory expressions were The conaul withdrew and the in of the b dated steamer laden with arms cleared fgr Tien via June 14: has occurred between the column and Mohammedan troops of Tunar Pum near Bren consul at now that troops armoa with machine guns and ing at Vn June special dispatch from Bays an report has there from Tien Tain to the effect that a legation has been burned and that a had been The it Is are withheld a confirmation of tho is further here the roHof parties are in regard in and la believed that the has been by the that forco to overcome the opposition that might bo encountered and thus precipitate a at the is added that the havo two more cruisers and have landed additional received from Yunnan Fu saye that and there havo burned tho have refuge in tho The this dispatch la reported to be duo to French special dispatch dated report has reached Here that thn American and Japanese in favor the of Emperor Kwang but French and ministers upon the taking charge It in reported that the of the have already been The belief ia that the of tho from tho an In- ' of Groat of tho sphere reports from Tion Tsin confirm tho newB of the of. but tho a haM been la no Fifteen hundred four of makes 4.00 T. ho have as certain that will take tlie murder of chancellor of the j 111 Kno the and 11 Al. have at miles from Pt. im and the IS AN OPEN Presidential Candidate Still In LONG'S BOOM Most Are Itt tha June the work preliminary to of the ita attendant Philadelphia li now her From the big convention hall down tc the smallest ( the responsibility that they thu well In and the completeness of the tc Justify the An hospitality of the city is by no means wore very few yesterday and tho lobby crowds at tlu were principally persona In the with which the national committee was on the breezy floor of the Hotel with and made their appearance scattering and nrt to appear ureal of not expected to tomorrow uuO interesting la Iht national commi waa In With the June the More and June have landed foui pons with the men will ot the march tor train with searchlights the lino between Tien Tsin anc is that the will the near the biy at Tuok Fuh is in and Nieb in the roar of arc still at of congress in the Its center of and much for In the hopo fhat hs give Bomo indication of his foi vice lis Is still and while he has beon quoted In his statements a been very seldom In the committee and avoids part in the of the committee so far m the are of ed over the committee all even during the brief period when Senator It anna was to the vice while It Is the uppermost topic of members of the committee and other here Reem to be at every who says about tt that field is still open and the man will which to indicate no one has been accepted by who nre of the The avowed of New who has friends tho for who launched yesterday np n d candidate the of on Vico D. and of nrn of reputation as an orator and also for to tho present the three there will be votes cait for a number of favorite probably In many lit will be purely a complimentary these are Senator of of Governor of Tripp of ard of North of California and Colonel Jay L. of while the Held Is open for any others who may be entered for the aro SUE FOR Agents Favor Reopening of HOLDS ON TO HIS In ot K hern unconscious died at 5:10 o'clock was the of the 15.The Mar. ques ot The tele graphing tlu Boer is talk of reopened with a view of semiring Tho nature of thesa Is not mado a cousin of the member of the Transvaal executive oi the same has arrived 11 declares that ho Intends to take no further part In the prisoners at are terribly from and are being made to provide them with aro Identical with the scanty fare served out to the 16.-<rhat Commandant General Loute Botha should havo been able to stand for two days against Lord and then to losing or having any of his men captured la taken to mean that he has a force which tho British must still as formidable when acting of the whole of the especially tho wide spaces far from the Is looked upon a business months rather OF ' la on kinds In benor of a 80 vi whom Hie nnd rendered Bronchitis and ' ' In June bas been al tlie bassy here from Ir command of Die way from Tien Tsic to tht main ly in tho form of tracks stated the was only fur the In Mine Has Jum occurred in coal mine in the instant men lit of tile dead Amand and are s. whose are not yet three leave larco families The cause of the accident Is to have to one of the miners who up life In lilt safety lamp a key British Column June Daily Ex had dispatch from dated has been another on lino of of the No have boon are 10,000 and 5,000 tho Tho leaders of tho in elude Queen of p. of the Warmouth from after a very nearly an fur federal holders of 10 of weri on the headed by the tne port of Although la member of tho national ani made the presentation of the the by a vote of 25 to In favor of his the men thus denied Ir the id WilHim Pitt former and at one time United States senator from has a to every convention since and his who were represent the supar of and the claim wan before the national committee that of this faction would malce li to club In the city ia to look after tho nf opo or more of the and Is to make tira stay ot tho convention a havo been will be lo on tho and smokers aro on the C. Owen of by to tako charme of tho minor of the has the of tho chief Tilde about CO ol the ani they come from nearly every in ine one of tho chief bave of one have a forco of fiom four to lour a Vigorous may as the failure oi of nature to replace the nerve or life wasted by failure to the vigor lost in way is allowed to go on until nature it to assistance is then needed to nerves to strength and This to give come in the form of a food for the nerves and the not to temporarily whip the tired medicine ever to the had success in this end as Dr. A. Nerve and Blood In them the men and women who fmd themselves with nervous and dark their visions upon their wiil a of relief and Levi of N. past 1 myself in My were very atul my thm and it almost to keep I tiled but any permanent benefit I Dr. A. W. Chase's and Ulood box I took helped nie and now after five i loci almost youthful so beneficial luis been On my A. W. Atio positively permanently cure all of Karly Absence of Old Involuntary and other that taken in hand and timely are sure to a physical of the and lead to 'A lu by of any 50-cent'?, all or Dr. A. W. N. Y. Sec ami of A. Chase arc 00 every box r atl Wouts io Vloo vieo that there any in tho a conference to been hf Id Platt and with a to lipon Senator it was had tho to Mr. who lt. Mr. Platt took Up the Senator Platt has not Senator Senator Platt hc Mr. was witli as to the Senator said that only avowed New York f r on tho bul the Yeik como to no as to bis until arter It to of ef etat - he In favor of but If th hia ' 1,-TTenry of the national y. thv 0 In d' 1' luili not lor vice er anv utber I hope Sehe This was in Mr. in Mr. - J. Hteti lani .i i p. name if goes well for tho British Doer bulletin June 12 at wings of the federal forces touched the advancing enemy at 10 a. cast of continued until The enemy though lu overwhelming ware checked along a line of and the burghers succeeded la back their right wing five Two burghers Were killed and ten la that the of Buller's force to attack Almonds Nek was but as the British were in the burghers wero compelled to abandon the dispatch from Lorenzo dated yesterday is holding on to his gold and issuing piper nates from a press in bla esecutivo The Boer government's coin stock Is and the are paying out plain gold discs Some who have declined to accept notes have taken their in gold The Boer Is Etili much gold in that steamers arrived at Lorenzo Marques bringing thousand of supplies consigned to but destined for the One hundred have arrived there by various for thf the consul has of for but he will not forward these until he cets assurances that tha Boers will not take for their own Buller will bo 4inablo to vam K I ho He will probably wait until ihe has elea Nearly every a whits The took nothing without paying for it and a business was done iu and by thrifty who wore i-o and two have unlike our I in exchange for ep and 111 which they never paid I atli eomo homo at u I ' h i i- s t an puis be capt man to tho the of bean of Dean of William 1Tarcin:rt, Kir Henry Campbell Mr. Arthur i. and of in every city and hamlet country when tho sad news was tho of last Master William heir lo arrived shortly by two slaters bellj oi Hawarden rang courtesy of the Dean of and in with tho made in 1S33, tho funeral will bo held The probably un of as. private SS years and had for eomo time past at the family wap the of tie late of was lo a leved atei ty tho vast of came with busy uml and had great over hoc husband's If NKW June thai lib hard his York and that F. id n and Lawrence a by cable as rumors wero BALL of At O 2 0 0 fr t o 4 7 I Cleveland O 1 O O e n n I Batteries and Kerns and Kansas O O 2 O O 5 O 17 O O 0 u O O s 3 and 3il!cr and O 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 C Hooker and rendered such distinctive service in of portion Is a kinds of The of ' march of the place this -are lavish aro The at and of re Gr. at h- 1.,-- ever occurred ani - -t 1 Sladen and A. n. lei lo a r di 1 out Uf from tber fi Mie city in -o r the which .at - r. Coi ani to e V. woje I 7'Ki! ine T ar tenant r n 1 by and rs at to - LH In ' of iVC ' marcii ta Mr. this a rei 1 i ever 0 0 0 1 2*--:; 0 0 n 'A 1 and and 15 2 I 0 1 0 0 1 1) 0- .it ani 2 0 0 0 o o e - 1-- and dell and June Sity li ieS r. ui the Ur or of - n r York Juno 14. Prime ai tt e per C4 I i York r 2 the Ir i n at had not ' nt dieted e F. Kansas City co elio n in the tu vote Willi m the of June 1,. nf Oli h- had a In the W. P. of says the t- of an but in This he of i lie court Of appeals take 1 of t skirmish i; The Boers whole line and 01 The British General of the Boera s und to their rear and 01 With a to Two wre of Vk mad ti the ef ] y d 1 been a chance at Nek and ed to be The lino injured end are in and it to is un tile 1 1 aud At 1' il t 1. No. 1 - i 0 1 0 0 I .md H y. h. L l - l u Al - II ai o r e- f- A T QUICK ANO conc 5s f o p 1." f-
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