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Iath Rnd a ftiiceriarnl ftit)lnrM and Yn
NoitTH Rakto, Mum., Oct. S'.'. Kx
(lovernor Oliver Amos died at. his homo In
this vllbiKe tMlny. Kr thn Inst five year
hi, health lad been ftrndnnll.r frilling, and
for the oast three rear hn had had a med
ical attendant almost continually nt his
A trip tn Knmp and upon hi return ft
visit to Poland Spring, Mi., two years
ngn, failed tn (rive
him relief. Since
thnt time he luicl
fttmit south, wit h
tho Intention of
remaining a few
in n n I h s If It
should prove ben
eficial, lint hl
Ft ay wa phort.
Hfs fair has
been nt t.. ttmnu
m n n h I n n thn
renter portion nf
t hit summer, nnd
hit wife nnd sunn
nnd d a u it h t e r n
were with him
when he passed
OI..IV Fit AMKH.
away, lie leave a widow, two Hons nnd
four dmtuhters. Me was til years of age.
Kx tSovernor Ames was widely known
both In huJnc nnd pollttenl I if", hut
!t In perhaps as a financier that Oliver
Allied won lis widest reputation. Tin
On ken A me estate wa. nt t he tlmr hi' as
sinned Itn sett :emei,t, not only one in
which Immcn-p nnd diversified interests
were Involved, nc.itte ' I hrouuhoitt dlf
ferent suite of the I , hut It wns also
hnrdeind with ohilM -una to the extent
lie met nnd pnid ihe enormous Indebt
ed ma restin-f upon It, pnld tl.OUU.ontl or
more of letiehs nnd I .ml still n Inigo sur
plus to divide among the heirs.
In sl hp reeeived the Hepuhllenn
unmlimtinn for lieutenant governor upon
Mm tie;.. headed liy tho Hon. It. It.
Itishop. Mr. Hirdiop wan defeated hy
t-ieneriil liutler, hut Mr. Ames was elected
hy n hnntlHimio plurality. He was n
ejected In ls:i, nunln In 1ns.), the Hon.
(-. I). Hnblnnon then being governor. In
upon tho retirement of Movernor
Kohinsnu. lieutenant (-inventor Amen was
tidvnuced to the gubernatorial ehalr.
HARRY RUSSELL CAUGHT.
Tint Notorious l'itiHle llnrglnr In f'np
ttirtMl In lifts I mn.
Vsminn, Oet. 1. Harry Hussell,
one of I ho notorious pototlico burglars
who Htartled the country hy their nena
tionnl efteape trnin the I.udlow Street jail
In New York on duly 4. ha heen arrested
In Unices, lii-iKlnin.
Two other men and n woman were ar
rested with hl:n( nnd these men are sup
pos-'d t he doj Killoran nnd Charlie Al
len, who were arrested with Hunsell nnd
escaped from tliejnil with him.
Secretary Olney dent n cahlecram to
Minister Kwlnp In HrumeU dircrtina him
to reiiie-4t tlie ite'utnu authorities to hold
nil of (hi! nun until the arrival of an ofll
cer from the Tolled Statu, who eon Id
Identify them. Tho Delijinn authorities
will douhtlcss comply with this renuest,
nnd HiKvell and his companions. If they
nre Killornn and Allen, will he liehind the
liars In this country n train an so n as the
lieecsmiry proceedinKs lor their extradition
can he taken.
Mltitna; VIIIubja le4trnyrrt by Flrt.
Hazlkton, Pa., Oct. 21. Tho mining
village. No. M, Stockton, ha- been praetl
enily wiped out hy file. The Haines were
fti't discovered in the house of Mts. Mi
ehnel Met-iiory. There was n hi wind
hlowltiK at the time, nnd he fore the fire
was tinder control 12 dwellings had heen
destroyed. The properties wore owned hy
the Stockton Coal company nnd occupied
hy these families: Thomas Hurgess, Pat
rick Somers, Samuel MuYey, John Tay
lor, dohn Mulhern, ThomnR Miller, H. M.
Miller. Jncoh llownmn, Adams K. Luck.
Paik Conoani nnd Mrs. McGiory. The
los-t Is flH.tr K).
Klllrd b)f n lrnnmlt Kxplnnlnti,
SiiAurH.M i'd, Ky., nut, IS. lille a
1'irty of workmen wirv ciincil in huilil
inn a tnrnpiku In tlie 1'lnt uriik ticlulihor
hood n rlmrno of ilynitmllu tlitit hm h.-cn
nrepariMl U)V a hlunt priMiuitun'ly oxplmh tt,
killing three ntin nnd wounding flevoral
nthtrs. Tim nnmra of the kilUd nml
wont ul i'd ro unknown lu-ro.
A Wcrtlthy CitlBfvn'it BulrUIs
YtMtK, Pn., Oft. IS. (eorK Youiir, n
wealthy eitiztn of Hanover, coimnftred
miietdo hy nlntntinK- Mr. Young reenntly
returned from bin farm In Vlrninla, inf
fering from nmlarin, and de.tpondoney,
cm wed hy til lionlth, la supposed to have
prompted thu suieldu.
cro Slmnta m White Woiivtiu
liitooKkYM, Oct. 21. Heenuse a whlto
woman nf whom he had Income enamored
refused to reciprocate, hln passion .lames
T. Smith, a tiern, shot her and then hlew
Hit hlw liralim. Smith died Instantly. The
woman whom ho bhot In mill alive and 1
tl 4.10 Fort anil Wu RHInil.
Wll.KHs (AitHK, Pa., Oet. 1H. .lames
Kitpntriek, apd lit, employed at tho
New HIifk Hhaft, near Nantlcoke, fell
from the top landing to the hotiom of the
shaft, a di st an oo of 430 ftet, and va in
Cnt Ictd of Flrt Drgrat M order.
Moi'XT HotKY, N. J., Oct. IS. Alfred
Clymer, who stabbed nnd killed Mrs.
Hridget Doyle tu Hurlii.wton last Decem
ber, was convicted of murder in the first
lepree. The case has beeu ou trial four
Nkw Vomk. O.t. ia-KU)l'lt -Htate and
WfHtern tjnlft nnd fciendy city in ilia ateiitn,
H.-SKil.i.i wint r paieniB, :t..'0ii 3.7U: t-iiy mills
alnans 4.l. winter otrnlvhlH, $.L:iU ::U
WHKAT n. 3 ml ruled quiet but tinner
on higher ruble, fnrt ittit bu our, divert ii by
local shoi'taioid talknf dry ueutberweHt; May,
'! ;i(f .; Xv III LiT. tkiMn.
CiiUN-Na ii.it t, but .iBH.Iy; Way, 35.:
OATS No. t dull and fenturelpKs; track,
white tatf, 4uhc; iriuk, while web urn,
HOItK-guict: iirw ntvw. $10 a, 10.6; family,
LAUl VuWt; irime wrftru ieiu,
iH TTF.lt - ball tt dairy, Ifi.t-lc: kluu
CliKK.-K-Smtw, Urue. 7a9lM itmll, T3
Kti(j8- 8tedy; rtate and Peaiisylvitniit, SU j
tl'tiAK Kw ute.wiy; fair rertiilmt. S'-e..
oentri uiil. Mi ti'hi. iV'.; rtnneit quiet; crush
ed, ;!.: ptiwdertti, 6e.
TL'KHfelNTlNkC-Uuiet and steady at Hu
MULASSES-(Julet; New Orleans. ajj;ttc.
Hit'iL-r'irm; tlomta-, uH-': Jpan
H li ne.
TAULOW-Steady: city. 4l4e.j country, 4Hc
Thirty 1 Kpit OnwUd.
HAUiiiKiurKO, Oct. 21. Albert W. Wood
ley, who was to have been bauged in A I
leghany county u it Tuesday for the mur
der of Mra. Jennie Buchanan, haa been
granted a rcsplUt of SO day by Governor
Col Ulasra Get m Advano.
BAZkKrov, Pa , Oet. 18. A notioe has
been posted in O. li. Markle & Co.' cob
sratlnv that an advance of 10 per
eeut Iu wage will take tdleot after
W1IF.HEAH, by net of Oi-nMl Ammlilr
lit rionr1 In an-li " ntii.r-.vml l. With
1 Hllil). To piiMib iinliu-i) of the qtiiillflciilinud
NOW, tlieri-fore, T, DAVID l. NEWMAN, High Sheriff of the (loniity of Plko, il i
Ri-itiH tlie Any of the Oi-neml Kleetlon, the follonlng persons ro to ho voted for hy the frecnii'ii of the County of I'il ". h-'tw-eo t'
One person fi r State Trenmirer.
Seven perxoiis for JiuIk- r of the Superior Court.
I rIho hereby make known iind give notiee that the following is n list of til! the nomin
A cross (X) lnnrkeil in tlie square nt the rijrlit of tlie liiinic of cncli camli la'', in
If n cro-w (X) In' niarkcd within the circle it will lie j nival en t- t a in i :k - i t
must not mark a cms-; w ithin tli
FJR A STRAIGHT TICKET
MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE.
Mark One. J
Ueiij.iuiiu -f. Haywood
Judges of the Superior Court.
M irk Hit.
.lames A. Uruver
Edwiinl N. Willard
John -I. Wiekhaui
Cbai h s E. Kiee
llonard -I. HeiiUr
(It-orKe B. Oilndy
Oalvin 0. Hliiinuon
John C. Westhrook. Jr.
The electors of the townBlilp nf Iltonming
Irove to meet nt the house of Mown U.
AVHthrook hi n:id towuship.
Tim electoin of the township of Delawnre
o meet nt the election house tn Ruid
The electors of the township of Dingnmn
'o meet at the house ot K. O. ltoillotat iu
The eleetors of the township of Oreene to
"ueet at the hotme of Theodore Correll iu
Sheriff's Office. Milford, Pa., Oct.
I I10UBLE A i
. AKii VALK.
In a Kow Ovrr h Mmu li Org-nit FlveCnlnrrd
IVnpItt Were Shot.
MooiiEftTowN, N. J., Oct. 1. Five per
iono were rtliot, one probably fatally, dur
ing the priHjiw of a cake walk at KkIIow
hip. a Kinall village on the outskirts of
The injured are Mm. Siln Wesscla (col
ored), shot In the thif.'h, probably fatally
Injured; Char 'en MiKIn (colored), shot
in the leff Allen Jones (colored), shot in
the leg; Oeorge V. Croker (colored), shot
In tho leg; .lame H argot t (colored), shot
tn the left hip.
The shooting was done by Harnett, who
came to this place recently from Nuwliern,
The rake walk was held at the residence
of Silas Weftsel. A until named Iemuel
S, Kielmrds wan playing a mouth orgitn,
and Hargett, who was under the influence
of liquor, came up and demanded the in
strument. Kiehards refused to give It up,
and Hurgutt struck him in the face. At
the iamo time he drew hi revolver and
commenced tiring. IV vera I of tho colored
onlooker were Ktrugilng with the enrng
ed negro for possession of the weapon.
This probably saved the Uvea of the per
son shot, as Hargett' hand was kept
down, and Instead of the balls taking
etfeilinlhe bodies of bis would be vic
tims thny took effect In their legs.
YVhlle (he light was in progress Hargett
was shot from behind, liy whom It is not
Hargett was finally disarmed and ar
rest id. He was taken before Spiire Pet
tit and committed to the Mount Hollv
Jail without bail to await the result of his
victims' injuries. It Is said that Hargett
1 wanted in North Carolina forahooting
hi lather in-law in May last.
Rttrl Workiri tt an Inere,
PiJlkLii'Mtritii, X. J Oct. 18. The
waes of the employee of tlie American
buet iron mill at this place have neon
advanoed 10 por cent. A similar advance
was made two months ago.
Foundry Dtmi-cd by Firs.
Amstkhdam, X. Y., Oct. lM.The
Wemple foundry at Vultonville was par
tial.y destroyed by fire. Ioss, ."t,0o0. The
foundry waa In the bands of a receiver,
who ha been engaged hi selling Ita eon
tent. The building was tu lie occupied
for the man nf act ure of hedge and wire
fence. Kt Statu Comptroller Kdward
Wemple waa oue of the firm formerly
owning the foundry, which made an as
signment several month) ago.
Droppwd lnd Whll Hhupplns
AMMTKttUAy, N. V., 0t. 1W. Mrs.
Gtorge Stewart, a prominent resident of
Perth and mother of Counselor bleorge C.
Stewart of this city, dropped dead from
heart disease while shopping in the dry
goods store of Holzheiiuer & Shouliu. She
vii titi years of age.
Pi'od citation --- Ceiei"il Ivledtioq.
nf tlm rinmmninvMllli nf lVnii.vlviniii, i-nlilli-1 "A-i m- I r .r i1 1 Hi 'i;n ili i ! '
.if .limn A. I 1 H.IS. It in iiimli Hip I lit V i I I li SI i i i IT : I'llMt'. r I 1 I I T it ' t I ' )i
of oh-i-tion nfll it-M iu tint tminnnr mi l fur in pr
FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET
MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE.
Benjamin F. Meyers
Judges of the Superior Court.
James S. Moorheiul
Charles Henry Noyes
Peter P. Smith
Oliver P. Heeht-1
II. I. Conrtright
Johu C. Weslbrook, Jr.
I also herehy make known and Rive notice that the places of holding tl
The electors of the township of Lucka-
wnxen to meet at the house of George H.
Howlnud, dee'd, in said township.
The electors of the township of Lehman
to meet at the store house of Jacob Nyee
.mil Oeorne Nyce, dee'd, iu sidd township.
The electors of the horouh of Mtlford to
meet at the new court house iu said bor-
Tlie eleetorRof the township nf Milford to
meet at the house of Johu McCarty iu said
THE HOMES OF A THOUSAND PEOPLE
No Water Con Id Ita Ohtminoi1f and tb
Flames S (trend Owr l.arg Torrlttiry.
Kl-.ty Hptotitora 1'rc cipltntad Into th
Kivitr, but No I,lre lnt.
NHW Oi:i,KA5is Oet. 21. A destructive,
fire hns oeciu red at Anglers, a suburb of
th city, sweeping over nine sipiares nnd
destroying the homos of 1,000 people.
The fire started a few minute after
midnight in the shanty occupied by Paul
HolTla. six lire have Ktarted In this place
before the present one, and the facts sur
rounding thl one indicate that he tUurlcd
It f-r the luminance. Ho bought, six gal
lon of coal nil Triilny, and those who at
ilrst responded to tlie alarm eluiiu that
they plaiiny smeiled binning oil. The.
house burned a though it bail been suiu
rated with oil.
So plain did the citizens consldor his
guiit that they mado an effort to lyn b
him, and a stnmg cordon of police win
all that saved him. The fire wiped out
Hint' square, or I Ml house-i, and rendered
boitielesH 1,000 pomons. Thene were mar
ly all of the poorer etas, and the lluims
destroyed all they potuteHaud.
1 hoconllagration started Severn 1 wiunrc"
to the rear of the river bank and burned
down tothoetlgouf the Mississippi. Tin re
were no water mains in the portion of tho
eity where the fire burned, and the flamed
had to be fought by bucket brigade. This
method availed nothing, owing to the
hli' wind that prevailed. All the harbor
tug steamed aero the river and oiier.nl
their a-idistance, but could do noting, an
they had no lines of hoe, and tin' were
none to give thcra.
Kpt'ctHtnr Precipitated Intutlia Minaiftxipni.
The fire department waa sent over froiu
this city, but the firemen were pnwerle,
a they bad to depend on the lire wel -j
for a wat jr supply. None of thce late 1
more than five minutes, a there was in
water in them, owing to the low stagn n
the river. The fire could not be hea l e i
otT. It simply burucd it no If out. All th -furniture
wan destroyed with the bulUl
ing, and the occupant were virtually
left destitute. A publio schoolhoiHe
aiiil three public halls have been put ai
the diuposa) of the homeless poopie. A re
lief committee ha been appointed, and at
a meeting held tonight $7,0U0 was raibe,
for the liouie)e4. This is a mere bagatelle
compared to what will be required. It is
eHtimated that tho loss will be between
:j."0,uoo and :ou,000.
A suspicious fact, and one that goes far
to confirm the belief that the tire w& of
Incendiary orfgin. Is that Paul Bottiu, in
whue place It started, took bis entire fam
ily from home last evening and spent the
. night on this side of the river. His excuse
. v i - . i S Mi i M
nnkn known hy tltis pr i -l i-n iM-i to II I I m
n-rili -il liy th ) tliu I
TUESDAY, H017EMBEI1 5, 1605,
i n s
itioi-.s ei-rtill'-l I i in l-y I't-' 'i' I " "f ' ' ' 1
i BiiiiiiwmocBg-si3gi- a--.-..J..cx-j-;g
FOR A STRAIGHT TICI.'l'.T
MARK WITHIN THE CIRCIE
M. lli One. I
William II. 1!. rry
Judges of th? Superior Court.
Mail: S i
Ivlward Ciiin'ln ll I
William W. ..ithrop'i j
David Stern tt j
Lewis Ii. Vail I
V. Harry H-ifT.-r I
Ailie A. Stewtis I
Mink ( .
The eleetors of th-' township nf I1
,l:l( I I
to meet at the house of Cwnn-iui-. I ' x i hi ui
fluid tow tiship.
The eleetors of the township of I' -tt-r t i
meet at the Iimhkp nf (,'l.us. V. u ; ? -i ht
in siiid towi.ship.
The eleetoiH of tlie township of
to inei-t at tint tioli'l lately o.vn- l
r. humour in sniil township.
The electors of the township of
to meet at the house of Ch.n ics
dee'd, in said tmvnship.
God Srwo t i n
Is tb:it !ie nm' over to he trend d f o r;v u
mat ism and w is alrnid to leave his fam
ily alone in A Mi rs.
An immen-'e emwd went aeros to Al
gh ra to look nt t i : i I ulns.
Tl ey were p-u ki d ko densely on the
whavf, nwaii ins the ferry, thnt it (r.vo
way, and over I " peri;i, ineludin;'; ni:iiiy
wn:nen ai;d el.r'.lr.-n. Wife .i eei ju n' r 1
into the river. They were nil ren-ued. h.i
seve'fil snstaiihd bioki-n liniii.4 and inter
llciitruetlvn I he nt Tt?B(il!li.
Wahi.hs. Pa., Oct. IT. Th. town o.
Titb'oute, l.'i milH hi l'iwthis phn-e. w-.
visitfd by a il'-;in-i:in f'.re. A ioa 1 of r. r.
in the livery burn of Ila'-ii: - S i;
oniu'hi (he from a (."i-t jet. i...-i thn llai e-
spread wil.'i Hii'-h rap.'li.y that within ;i'
1our :i li-1 i tl bed bei n to;ai,y i!
Htroyed. A ltinh wind was blowing at f'
I hne, and i
w:is fr.m ii that tin cnii -
ion ot' i he town would
'i'he fir:' di p ir! tnent of t h
city left for 'i'idi .me and rendi-rrd hii;
nsist n ii''e I hat the III o v as soon after war 1
nndrr control. '1 he de-trowd si i ii.-.i ui e
were a nuuihM' of il e! linys. tlie lti ri;t
I lose h'iii-e. th" ii.. Uil and t;ie b: i 1; .
nuto., the T..i--n;i!e crecU. Tlu los; wni
t.nt t'Xfi i il l.'i.U'ifi.
A I i l.- I'ire In New (Jrlf-nim.
N'.v Oci. If. A difi,n!rr.n-
firr on nn i ;i i ere. Alt t lie Inn Idi n;!S i're -n l -ing
the r!nr on ihe f p are I v. e.n I- iy
siai. I i( mi s; i .
d J S,i :i 0;:de n cm,'
5 4 i' mill t. inv
t' t nt'co ri-'e liin !
were b,:r'i--l, in ln-1:
inerl kim a ii P-
t.f the 111. est ai:l Ik--i e.ii:p
l.s in t!-e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ry, having I i
t boroii!ly e ;um p. d w;t h llu in i st ann
liio.-t liitpf . ct . ii: i y only 1)1 nmiiilr-
It i.4 :i i In w;H at h-.ir, k! iii.!.i o
of cl -u v.- v, ill the mill. '1 i.e
amount of i umld not !m- asr. rt,-;ir,-cd
lonijfht, lu.t it i pint a'uiy ; ooi;fuuj ;
I-;rtialiy ins.;i .1.
Itd I' n Ht i; Miot'inlr,
Hot's.To:r, :i-s, t l.-r. 'Jl. This vil
bio iiIVi n ii a i I-'.1 lo -.in the destruc
tion by lire i.f thi t ' t.a". i -U, H three
story wvoden s:r;jc. i in tin center nf
the town, own I y :i ' 'on-iisi-ntal yUA
foiiipaiiy ; origin l W ' .i :t !-: nt .v. I'he
loss on the ln:i d.f - .. -i red by an
inauranieof i.u. '!', i'.i' ba.anee oi
the lusi is tl' . id. '1 Ji.'.ini ;r i; . h.ints ar.i
oihern whu occiipiLnl apurt m i.U iu ti;j
InrfiiillHrlrN nt Newtuwn.
Nkwtows, Pa., Oct. .-2. A l and of in
cendiaries bus bet n taiisin di-a-ttur in
this vicinity dnrni4 the p;ist l hours.
The lare barns of A mn K usi and Stephen
Janticy, adjoining, tuar hcie, were total
ly destroyed. Ii rlur with suitable cut
buiidings. The bun of Kdward X. Kly,
Uear Ywrd'iy, was coiitjimud with his s. a
sou's crops. Tho lo.e will argreuie
f i'.I ., ;l i. r.. i-ti-i i.- -..i,iitl
t - I mi I ivi- ii lint i-f .-II I .ic ix
..f mi I .n.ity. that n
i.f 7 i'YI.M-1: in Hi.' f'-ri'i ii an. I 7 nYl.irk In
On,- W... .11 I,. ShrliU I.f ttic VlUlit V of I'liif.
i Im- i-iiii for I '-iiii.lv Snrw-. i- i.f tin. (' iiii.l
I in. pi t-.un lor I 'oi.'iier ol llif Count v of I'll,.
' ' 11 " .'. v mIi'i mi l th:. ('
.f tin i
-id tin- liin- cjido-iiii the coImiihi,
in n im tit t iln in.
cir !. at th" h vi I of th ! n 1 1 i.
r.vrt. . . .. j;;a;i-.'i.-.w4.iir3SU-.5Jr a
A 'STRAIGHT TICKET
ptht: iriiciM the emoi.r,.
I' l' -U ki M
SI fi le Treasurer.
it ol L'C W. I l. H- n
Jii(l;;ea el' Hot Siip--t ior Court.
M.-tk S j I
.lolili II. Kl v.-!.-, -,i
1. O. Con hhn
Willi on ('. Kieim
Coiuity Sui voy ar.
r.il "! '.'ti mi in th sc
NOTICE 13 III
r.il distri ts 'vit'.iin th i
it it is ju
1 hy mi net of ,-
h. ISC,. '-That ev.rv
. -.-ptiei J.istieej (f the iV.iee,
ill h il I any nlVi '. or iipjiointiii-ht
'r h u-t nn-h r thn y vriniii"!it of thf
1 States, or .if thi- Si.ite, or of any
or iiii-orp i it-1 dist rict, wh- t lit-r a
0 - j.rxriiLOxa - woiltla.
L'(iLANlS I (KM AM).
jRCAT BRITAIN SUBMITS AN ULTIMA
TUM TO VENEZUELA.
I'iirh ivi-rn II--;r: t Tlmt l'nuliinl In Cul
tiv it lug ti.n "I :i in. inn If.-htt ' - It U
Iff I red Hutt (ha Vno-zuelun Will
Niit Aotiln;'.ti or Pay Indriimiiy.
LovpfiN. Oet The dohn pi:U:st;; a
;i tiiite saving t h:.r i.s the liriti-h n!tim;
mip to Yine'ielu li.is not nnehed bs de-:
enntinu ii is no considered ilc'irnhiu to
I uhl sli tiny of it d1 tails. It is i-ru;er to
:iy, l.owev! r, thai the document iswoii!
' .1 in terms ef iii ini'fis and force. Tl;e
i !iimuhiejttioii w is tint tlim-liiiMt il
i : r uh any r' pfesi ti'at lv; of Yeneucla
'I i'a ;;.niulf ttiph.matic rr'nt b- t wecii
the two countries bavhig been broken oil'
:iei:'.e yi -rs en'.
'1 lie ui; im.it inn If.forina Venezuela that
i he (ioeei i.iia'llt of dnat I ,'i a! n w i . I l.ol
; c -in.t any overtefipiii-r by Yeni tie!a of
:io I 'i.iiuiaries marki d by the eonr-e of
i he ( 'livuiM aid A in at u. a ri rs. lirt.it
iii'it'im, liowevt-r, cipr. es willii:;:ness to
oi It i o a; hi: r:i! inn tlie i( uen; ion of o: h
i r t . rr.tci '.ry- in d spnte hi ni.d t hat limit.
The I ail -N.r'tl iaette asserts that tho
m!t n'at uni wdi be preent' d t iironh S n
' r iiiidrigue, eiieiu lan coii:-ui in I.oti
'l'lie a I'lioenrcim-r.t of 1 he ul: i mat inn
( iiMjiiiH':! in th;; im'e puhlihh.ed in 'i'he
I ol e i- oI":i . ally auihi-rieil,
Tli . Pa:l .xbili tiaette says that fbould
it be de-itled by the governn-cnt to lake
ik.v.I i.e'.ii n reja'nst. 'i iteiie'.: the move
io: nt woiiUl be i -nnlided to 'i,-e Admiral
i .iitJixs I . j;h ;ii-;oiie K'.-kui". in command
' of the No. tli American and He-t lad. an
! vijiMiir ju. Tlie disj ositioti of the vosels
i ..f lii-; t:i (-t at the tune of his In-t (onunii
i iiie,;!iuii w.th I admiralty naval depurt
1 Ji:ei t w:r a-; loilows:
I t i' - i.i, at HaiUax; Ciinada. at Par
! hade, s; .Y;trii lenne, Tai tar ami Kambler,
at lb - Ki i niinla.i; Mohawk and Tourma
line, at .iamali n; Part ridge, at tin' itaha
inns, and t h -npi.tta. Pel can and liti.urd
in Newfoundland w iter.
Will VruhiUlf rruve t. li Hmall lE-rr,
The WestmiTi-iter iuizetfe i-ays: "Yene
j ue'a, IIUj Niiai.iL'tia, a'ur much fu-s,
' will proi-a'-iy piove to be email Peer. No
j doubt the Uv-i scrupulous of the New York
! papeia will ta -k big about what tbi-y are
i going to do with th i lion tail, but (iivat
iiritaiu and the I nittd Mates are not go
ing to bo sec by the ear by a pack or
; N'tinezue aiu. "
, Tlie tiiolie i-ays: "Kvenif the Monroe
t doctrine ..t.i an axiom of internal ioiial
j law, ic co:)id hmc iij b ning upon our
i dinpuie with Yejezmia. lis wide-t appie
! cation can only be held to insist thai lm
i Kuropeau pwcr shall effect a fresh lodg
ment in Am riea, so it do.. not affect the
i-xiiii h im-i..iit Jln-r-lo to l ikiM Ii ti novrnil rotintli-n nml pnnitihinR enrinln nffi-nocn
- tit i mi ; i ni. SI'.Ci INI). To di sigimto Hie pluccs
Hie ufli moon nf iil iluy. lo wit:
y of I'iKt-.
f omity, to wil :
iiniiratrs a vote for cncli eaiuliilato thus liiarkcd.
Tli-we who do not le-ire to vote n straight ticket
FOB A STRAIGHT TICKET
J'1 ARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE.
Jiidj;c-3 of tht? Superior Court.
i!tiy nf I'ili'i are as f.iHinvs, to wit :
iifniinin d i.ili er or otherwise, n sutor- I 'list rict, is, by law, incapable of holding or
ide o lt -. r or aetit who is or shall be I exorcising at the same time the oflic or np
iph.yed under thn Legislative, Executive pointment of judge, inspector or clerk of
n Iviary l"p.irtmeiit of this State, or of
t int.-1 St,d nr of any city or incorpo.
i .li h i tnd also that every member
and of the St ite iKiKuurP
t or cnininon council of any
r emii'i-i-sioii'-rs of any incorporated
I ) A V II) IX KWMA.lSr, SIIKItlFir.
decision of Fnland not to allow Venezue
la to occupy part of tho colony of Hrttiah
'1 he St.. James Gazctto flays: "The
ITnited Stiitrs government ha serious
grievances of its own against Venezuela,
and it would best become it position as a
grent civilized power to join in bringing
these Spanish-Indian barbarians to order.
A good h Hson given to Venezuela would
bn fijiiiilly profitable to tmth tlie I'nited
rnffS and Kngland. Tho oo-operatlon of
the I 'nited State would also be humane,
since it would have a tendency to make
the lesson bloodless, convincing the Vene
zuelans of the folly of resistance."
Wahhivgtom, Oct. 212. If Vonozuela
doe imt immediately acquaint the I'nited
Sinies with the full text of thn ultimatum,
il will he the first exception she ha mado
B.nce ht r long standing trouble with Great
Jti itain hcan. It is contended that Vene
zuela cun neither apologize nor pay an in
demnity for the arrest of Sergeant Hen
ri ns. 'In do so would be, it is asserted, a
I;;- it admission that the Hritish function
al, v and his a-soclates were seized on Kng
1 jsh Mil. Thnt they were not on Knglish
-oil is mIiowu by tint fact that the point of
their arrest was fully 50 miles west of the
Kntjtnrtn ntlmiituin Hitblt.
P.':is tier. - J. The Figaro, alluding
to l he Yeneiielan matter, expresses the
opitKoii that- ihcfiysicm of Issuing ultl
inattiins is now becoming a habit of Great
iiritaiu and n ay be greatly prejudicial to
t ho general peace.
AttfMiptfd Murder at a Hopkins; B.
K'.VA!ii'V, .Mass., Oet. IM. A dellber
ii to atti iii;t was mado here to murder
diaries Harrington, aged 10. There was
a husking uc liarringtou's home, and
while lie was in the barn some one shot
at him from outside. The twill passed
through his hat and lodged in a beam.
Thar night ho slept with a friend, and at
midnihi some one hurled an Iron bar
through the, window. The bar struck on
hid bed, but ho was not injured.
HurgUrlxHd and Iturned.
liKTMi i MKM. Pa., Oct. W. The general
stiire u( the I'iKciuine Iron com)Mtny at
iud.iutui, a few miles from here, was
i iitcrc-t by burglars and afterward set on
tlie. It w.tt well stocked with goods of
owry c.'uirucrer, ami t tie entire stock was
d si r-.ynl. The loss is cstiiuutud at over
? 10, iiuo.
Mrunh n.l Kilted bj a Train.
Xmv hn kihjx, Conn., Oct. 23. (ieorge
1J. A.'luiiisiih cii-rinteudei)t of Brooks'
.lUKi-ricd ut Minstoiiu point, was struck
y a tr:iiu oil tfie Cc-ntml Vermont rail-rt-uii.
liuth ut bin l.-us were out off below
t bo knee, and be died within an hour. He
liuvea tt wife and child.
(it wbich tlio elections ro to he bold, nnd
THE VOTER MAT INSERT IN
THE COLUMN BELOW, THE NAME
OF ANY PERSON WHOSE NAME
IS NOT PRINTED ON THE BALLOT
FOR WHOM HE DESIRES TO VOTE
7hl. column Is f.tr the ie of voter, ite.trlnir t
'nte fur I'liiniiilnies oth.'r Minn those whose name.
i.(H-nr nrlnteil on this luillnt.
Judges of the Superior Court.
j rt,,y el'wlion of this Commonwealth, and
that no inspector, judge or othor officer of
I Mi Bnch e,wtion "hwU e eligible to any
office to be then voteil fur except that of an
Thre Storm. Two Dwftlllng. and m Chnrch
Horned Bt Foater, Fa.
Kchamtox, Pa., Oct. 21. A dlfuwtrouii
Are hiM occurred at Foster, a village on
the Larknwnnnn rallrniu, 20 mllofl north
of hero. Tho (Initio nrlglnntod from the
explosion of a Inmp In I. W. TlfTiiny's
tore and consumed throe itoros, two
dwellings, two barns and the Methodist
church. A high wind was blowing, and
the rnsldonts were almost powerless to
chock tho flames, as tho town has no fire
department. A tolnnim was sent to Hal
stwtd, 15 miles up the road, and a steam
er and hone cart from that town were hur
riedly loaded on a flat oar and sent by a
special engine to Foster. The run was
made In IS minutes. By the use of the
appnrntus tho fire was soon unior con
trol and thedi-structlon of the greater por
tion of the village averted. The damage
Thonght to Have Bern Murderar.
SVBACCRB, Oct. 22. The body of the
unknown man found In Kast Syraouso
with a bullet hole In the head has been
poHltlvely Identlflod as that ot Sherd
Walker, one of tho canalboatmen who, it
la supposed, was Implicated In the mur
der ot Captain Phillips at Tonawanda on
the morning of Oct. 7. He was being
hunted hy the police, and it Is supposed
that ho bcoame desperate, and, like James
UiliiD at iiulTalo last Thursday, ended
his troubles In death.
Fourteen Chinese Pot to Death.
Fmx:how, China, O-Jt. 22. Mabel Hart
ford's assailant and 13 others, convicted of
taking part In the H warning- massacre were
put to death at Kucheng. The execution
was witnessed hy the foreign consular
commission, the Chinese prefect, the dis
trict magistrate and a great crowd. There
was no disturbance.
Drought la Cawberlaod Taller.
Cahlisle, Pa., Oct. 23. A serious
drought prevails In tho Cumberland val
ley. Wells have run dry, and the pastures
are suffering much damage. Farmers are
obliged to haul wnter and drive their cat
tle a distance of five miles to and from
the nearest streams.
Looking For Bis Yoang Wife.
' HtvKiuiiii, Mi:.. Oct. 23 Hiram O.
llunsur, 00 years old, a farmer living just
otilulde of Nashua, N. H , Is In this city
looking for his young wifa, who, he says,
, desert-id him over a month ago after sell
ing some of his property and collecting $i0
i in money.
Destructive Gas Explosion.
WiiiKsBAitRK, Pa., Oct. 19. An ex
plosion of gas badly wrecked a portion of
the Buttonwood colliery ot the Parrish
Coal oompany and fatally Injured Joseph
rjweitzer, a miner, and seriously burned a
i Polish laborer.