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Nabbatli School at 10:(Ht a. in. Preaching In M. K. Church every Sab bath evening by llov. W. P. Mur.ay. Preachlnic In the K. M. Church every Sabbath evening at the usual hour. Kev. C. II. Miller, Pastor. Services in the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning and evening, Hev. J. V. McAiiinch oIlieiatiiiK. The regular meetings of the W. C. T. V. are held at the headquarters on the second ami fourth Tuesdays) of each mi nth. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PI- N F-STA l.ODtiE, No.SHf), 1.O.O. K. 1 Mets every Tuesday evening, in Odd Hollows' Hall, Partridge, building. i7oKICS'rToIllK, No. IH1, A. O. U. W.. I Meet every Friday evening iuA.O.U. W. Hall, Tioneeta. APT.tiF.OKiiK STOW POST, No. 274 O. A, K. Meets 1st and 3d Monday eveninir lu each month, in A. O. U. W. Hall, Tioueata. CAI'T. C.F.OKUK STOW COKPS, No. 137, W. 11. C, m(ets flint and third Wednesday evening of each month, 111 A. O. U. W. liall, TionostH, Pa. NMON K.ST A TKNT, No. Hit, K. O. T. X M., nieeis ind and 4th Wednesday evening In eai'h month lu A. O. V. . hall lionesta, I a. F. RITCHKY, ATTOKNF.Y-AT-l.AW, Tionenta, Pa. SHAWKKY A MUNN, ATl'OKNKYS-AT-LAW, Warren, Pa. Practice In Forest Co. C. M. Shawkky, tlKll. II. MlISN. J W. MOKKOW, M. D., lM,v,i.lsn Niirircon A Dentist. Olllce mid Uiisidence three doora north of Hotel Agnew.Tioner.ta. Professional ealls promptly responded to at all hours. D It. K.J, iiovAun, Physician A Surgeon, TIONKSTA, PA. DR. J. C. lilINN, PHYSICIAN ANI SUHOKON. Olllce over I loath e Kllliuer'a store, Tlonesta. Pa. Professional calls prompt ly responded to at all hours of day or liight. Residence May St. 1U. J. I). GREAVES, 1 Physician and Surgeon Ollice and residence above Fores C. National Hank. County 'Phone No. 1. R. L ANSON. KKAL ESTATE, Tioiiesta, Pa t HOTKIi WKAVKlt, E. A. WEAVER, Proprietor. This hotel, formerly the Lawrence House, ban undergone a coinplelechange, anil is now furnished with at; the mod ern improvoineiita. Heated and lighted throughout with natural pas, bathrooms, hot ami cold water, etc. Tho comfort of guests nover neglected. pENTKAL HOCHK, V. OF. HOW . (iEKOW Proprietor. Tionseta, Pa. This la the most centrally lorateif hotel in the place, and has all the modern improvements. No paina will be spaced to make it a pleasant stopping place for the traveling public. First class Livery in connection. pHIL. KMERT FANCY HOOT A SHOEMAKER. Shop iii Walters building, Cor. Elm and N alnut streota, Is prepared to do all Kinds of custom work from the finest to tho coarsest and guarantors his work to ?;ive perfect satisfaction. Prompt atUm ion t'ivon to mending, and prices rea sonalile. UMAUAA At THE lAH?m "'SIHZSI UIIIVttiTY, lrrn, ?. ' lnit Training School in Panniirivinia. glv our Stadenlt brd lnning aducation- fl will fi Rtn to Mil full par ticulars to any aijraa, upon raoaipt' of application Tor te;o. Cur graduatta tr holding pott, ttorit of ttnor ar.l tiuit in all parts Cf th Uniloi States, For full particulars, aedrats, TKK kLM BU-JUkta UtUV8JlTY. CZOLGOSZ' EXECUTION, Thousands Want to Be Allowed to See Him Electrocuted. Hlate lrUon auierlutf.nilnt Has !tciveit Many Kntunla, bill WIIUNmaWtll lie Limited la 0 Nturlr That AuMiln Is lu Cioitliiuuiis fttale uf Cullapae Are Iulrl. AI.HAN'Y, Oct. lB.-Prison Siipcrintcn. dent Corin'liiis V. Collins will send a re i;vcst to Sccretnry of Stale Hay to desig niite an ollli ial rcpn'scntntive of the Rov crnini lkl to be present nt the elcitrocii lii.n of Lou V. Crulgosi, the murderer of President M. Kinley. There will be but '2i wltuesscH ill the chamber uf den Hi when the sentence of law Is exe cuted. Warden Mead of Auburn prison has sent to Superintendent Collins the requests he has received for permis sion In attend the electrocution, over 1,000 lu all. The law will limit the munis r uf '.vitncK.Hin uml the superintend ent will ile. ile who the witnesses will be. It was stilted at the slate department of prisons yesterday that statements to the clfeet that Czolirnsz is in a continu ous Hlule of collapse ami that he breaks down and weeps every time any thing is said to him concerning the elec trocution is false. Superintendent Col lins had a talk with the condemned mail Funic ilns ago nud at that time he said he knew that lie had to die. lie ex pressed no fear as to the electrocution, but said tjiat he would not care to go ontsiilc of the prison for he believed that the people would kill him. Since his ii.iitiucmeut at Auburn prison several thousand Idlers have liecu re ceived for him at the prison as well as a large number of express packages con taining llowcrs ami fruit. Neither the letters nor the flowers i.or the fruit have ever reached the con.lcnineil luiiii. The flowers and fruit it is learned lmve la-en scut by Chiistiau sis-ieties, eii have a iMimbcr of letters coiiM.liug him in his Inst moments. Other letters have come fi-oni cranks who have written about the species of torture to which they would put him if they had the exe cution of justice in his case. It is staled, however, that It would he a mutter of surprise if the names of senders of fruit mill flowers were made public. The state prison department has pursued a uniform policy iu regard to ('aolgosz. An effort has been made to prevent the murderer from gaining any notoriety while uwaitiug death and to surround him by as perfect an isolation from the world as possible. PAT CROWE'S TERMS. Will surrender If Allowed Fmit.im I n 111 i.nvl. lr.l. OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 14.-Chief of Polii',. John .1. Iionahue yesterday re ceived u letter from Pat Crowe, naming the terms on which he will surrender. The letter came ill cure uf an Omaha newspaper ia which it is published ami covers l." closely written pages of inan-nsci-ipt. The postmark is illegible but the letter was mailed at S o'clock in the morning and reached this city at S p. ill. of the same day. indicating that it had not tnnded a long distance. lu the letter Crowe agrees to give him 'It up at once and stand trial for the kidnaping of lMilie Cudahy provided he shall not h linked up until a jury shall ndjuil'e hiin guilty. He says lie is unable to furnish bond in excess of V.INI and demands thut bail be tiled at that sum. JUMPED OVERBOARD. I'nkliown Man Lrnprd From Ktaanirr 1 1. to Lake F.rt. CI.KVKI.ANI, Oct. l.V-A well dressed man about 4." years of age jumped overboard from the steamer City of lluffalo yesterday while the vessel was en route from Buffalo to Cleveland. The sterner was stopped and a diligent Heareh made for the man, but he could not be found. The suicide left an uu sigred letter nttaclicd to his hat, w'licll was loiind lying on the deck of the strainer, as follows: "Kveiylioily slipping, (load bye to nil. When thb is f id I will be sleeping lit the bottom of old Lake Erie. It's better for nil concerned. Should this reach the I yea of those to whom I have written, may thoj know that ! nin reconciled and do not liesilnte to end all." A poslciipt requested that the letter la' sent to the I'.nfl.ilo papers. FIVE FATALLY BURNED. Horrible Accident to Miners aa Itcsntt of EmiIoiIou of Coat llHt. TTNXKI.l.TOX. V. Va., Oct. I.". Ity an explosion in a mine here yesterday Id miiicts were burned, five probably fitfully. The accident was caused by u miner loading a hole with too much powder, causing the dust from the elec tric machines to ignite and explode. The following are probably fatally wounded: William II. 11 amy, Peter Sdker, Cluster lluck'lcw, Ernest Cross and Frank Hodge. The men were terribly burned. The flesh hung in shreds from their faces nud hands and exposed parts of the body. Eight others were painfully uttriied. Mr. Wllurr Charunl Willi Murder. lAYTOX, ., Oct. 15. The formal el. urge of murder in the first degree was yesterday preferred against Mrs. Mary Belle Witwcr, suspected of having caused the deaths of her four husbands and her children by poison. The mli dnvit was sworn to by Chief of Detec tives Frank Mi Bride, mid is based whol ly on circumstantial evidence. The chemist's report is promised today. rrcltilnriit ClercMimn Henri. AMSTERDAM. X. Y.. Oct. lo.-Ku-fus Campbell Bovd of Fonda, a promi nent clergyniiiu of the Uelonueil church, is dead. He was born in Albany In lv!d, graduated from Princeton college in IS...!, and was vuU ilirt.iriun of his class. He graduated from Princeton Theological seminary in lSis". and was pastor at Vulatie, Fonda mid Kinsboro. Appellate Calendar. HOCHRSTKIi. Oct. !".- Appellate di vision calendar for Tuesday: Xoa. 14:1, 147, 4i, 131, 18(1, l: and 114. BULGARIA'SRESPONSIBlLlTY St .p., Takca til Itencii MiM Stone Froa ItrlgHlifl Ileicrilsfd. SOFIA, Oil. 14. A sonii-ollielnl com muiiicalioii has Ihcii issued whii-lj states, iu cf.Yct, that endeavors are be ing made in for ian (punters to misleac opinion iu reuird to the capture of Miss. Ellen Stone, the American mis sionary, hy hrlgainls. It is even assert ed, the com.uiiiiicatioii says, that t lie Bulgarian government has bccii conspir ing with the Macciloi ian coininlltee. There is much indignation, therefore In Bulgaria, where it is pointed out that the iiiiiisures taken against the funnel Macedonian committee demonstrate tin deteriuinati in of Bulgaria not to tol erate any criminal ei tcrprisc ill is ter ritory. Nothing positive is known as to the composition of the rubber bund, but '.X appears to have been formed ill Tur key. Miss Stone was captured near Mclns nia, a short distance from a Turkish post. The Bulgarian government Im mediately sent troops and gendarme! to the frontier and they patrolled close ly the whole district from Kulak tc Dubnitza. hut found no traces of the brigands iu liulariau territory. Travellers who have arrived here from Turkey say they saw the band oil Oct II. on the wooiled heights between tin Turkish villages of Kleschnitaa and .takoruuda. All these fads tend to show that the robbers have been only in Turk ish territory. Macedonian Committee Illumed. LONDON, Oct. 14 -The Daily Tele graph has the following dispatch from Sofia, dated yesterday: "United States Consul (ieneral Dick inson has received no instructions to pay the in us.. in. As he is now fully con vinced that the brigands were merely in struments, acting under the instigation of late luciula-is of the Macedonian com mittee, he has made strong representa tions to the Bulgarian government, ask ing for the arrest of the instigators. "Should this be done, he says, Mis Stone would doubtless be released on payment of n moderate indemnity and assurance of freedom for her captors. Some Macedonians have already been ar rested here." EVENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES Malrar Planning Operation In Province of llulacaa Moliisiirrei-tiou In Mlndoro. .MANILA, Oct. 14.-The military au thorities have received word that (ien eral Miguel Marvar, the insurgent lead er, is believed tu have left the province of Bataugas, Luzon, and to be plnun'uj operations in the province of Buiucan, where insurgent conscription has been progressing recently. The country there is mountainous and well adapted tu guerrilla warfare. Captain Pitcher has practically stamp ed out insurrection iu the island of Mia iloro. The police force at Banan, province of Batangtis, has been disarmed ami tho chief of police ami s-veral others have been placed under arrest on charge of belonging to an insurgent so iety and using their officers to obtain informa tion for the Insurgent. Major Bragunza, the Insurgent offi cer who ordered the execuliou of 10:1 Spanish prisoners ami personally super intended the carrying out of the order, has been sentenced to be hanged. There is intense feeling among the natives iu San i'eriiauilo, province of Paiupnuga, over the killing of a native by a soldier. Strong patrols are out iu both San 1'eriiaiulo and Caeolor to pre vent a hostile demonstration. There is considerable criticism here of the recent statements of Congressman Kdg.'ir Weeks of Michigan, regarding Filipino character and possibilities. Mem bers of fife commission refer to his re marks as "too sweeping" and as "based upon too short an experience." The native press nustintingly condemns the eoiiolimou of Mr. Weeks as "jinjust and viciously false." OHIO FARMER VICTIMIZED Swindled Out of S.1,0O0 by Pair r Iliinko Men by nn Old ouue. AKKON. O., Oct. 12.-llueston Kep ler, a prominent farmer in Summit coun ty, was fleeced out of .."i.t"HI Thursday. Officers nt Barberton, Where Kepler lives, and Akron are now searching for the sharpers. About live days ago a stranger called nt the Kepler residence and slated that he wanted to purchase land for a fac tory, which was fo he located nt Bar berton. .Mr. Kepler is Ihe owner of sev eral farms and the man was shown the property he had for sale. He returned with n stylish rig nud nsked Mr. Kep ler to show him the property again. As they drove down the road they met an other well-dressed man, with whom they got into conversation. The old card game was brought in nml the fanner won, but was asked to put up f),IXH). This he drew from the hank, though warned by the bank officials. The money was placed in a grip and when Mr. Kep ler became suspicious and demanded his cash he received the crip. The strangers then drove off. When Mr. Kepler opened the grip he found it tilled with green paper. Died or Injuries Kecelved at FcmlbnH. rilll.ADKl.PllIA, Oct. ll.-IMwiii Longcnei ker, aged "1, rptni torback on the fisitliall team of the Brown preparatory school, died Saturday night In a hospital ns a result of injuries received iu a game last Tuesday. Lougenecker, who was preparing to enter Cornell university, was heavily thrown and fractured his spinal column. lie became paralyzed nml nn operation was performed on liiul last Friday. Alderslint liarrlsun lo ftn tit Front. LONDON, 0,-t. I.V-The Pull Mall Gazette sijs: "Orders have been re feived at AMorshof to hold every avail able man in readiness to proceed on ac tive service. The garrison totals l!O,(H0 liica." The above is interpreted ns tueuti ing that the covoruutcut is dcsiriutis of reassuring th" public nml not as fon shndowiug nn immediate demand for (let services of the liist nrmy corps. Iii.liiiut Deplore Mi-Klnley's Death. 'TSKAHOMA. I. T., Oct. 1.-..-Thc general council of the Choctaw Nation, now iu session here, passed resolutions deploring the death of President .Mckinley. DEADLY BLACK DAMP. Father and Two Sons meet Death In Old Air Shaft. Lad Cliinlird Fence About Hli.fl, Was Overcome by Fume and Fell III. Drother itu.lieil tu Nave Illiu and Fallier to Save Ilotli and All Perished. Itesi-tier. Seriously Overeoine. CONNKI.LSVII.LK. Pa., Oct. 14.-Thn-e livts went out In a little air shaft only two feet in diauuter and 'JO feet deep, but filled with deadly black damp, nt the mines of the Juniata Coke com pany near .luuiatnville yesterday. The dead ore: John tJillehind, miner, aged .HI years, mid his two sous, James und Win Held, aged 11 rnd 15, respectively. All three bodies were rescued, but in the effort John Nicholson, mine fore man nt .luniala villc. and John Baker, a mine fireboss, were seriously overcome by black damp. Near the home of the Oillclnnds is a deserted air shaft. The two boys were playing n round the shaft which is board ed up for about two feet above the ground. James climbed to the top, shouting to his brother Then he leaned over the top uf the shaft. A sud l"ii gust of the death fumes struck him a id with a scream he fell forward into the pit. His brother rushed to the top of Ihe shaft anil started down n rickety ladder that years ago served the miners with means of descent. From the home not iminy yards away the elder Oilleland saw his boys go down the shaft to the pit. nml regardless of his own safety hurried down the hole. By this time a number of other inmates of the house hurried to the shaft. They wont to the top mid peered in, but only faint groans were heard. About half way down the little shaft the body of the father, was lodged. Like lightning thv new of the trag edy spread over the farms of Dunbar and Franklin townships mid In n few hours the whole countryside had flocked to the set uc of the deaths. The difficult problem of how to descend the death trap to recover the bodies was liunlly solved by John Nicholson, mine foreman, who rigged up a farmer's wind mill, used for cleaning wheat, in such a way as to fan pure air in the mine. Nicholson and John Baker were then lowered into the shaft with ropes around their bodies, t.illeland's body was soon hoisted to the top and nt the butt om were found the bodies of the two boys entwined in death embrace. After the dead cmne the rescuers, ami OS soon as they reached the pure air the terrible clfeet of the gas was evident and both fainted. Physicians say the Dieii are in a serious condition. Oilleland leaves a wife and several children. WASHINGTON MEMORIAL. Asftoelattun Formed to Collect Sutmerlp tl.ins For a sv;,oiMI,OOU M.-Klnley Arch. WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.-The or canization of the William MeKinley National Memorial Arch association, whose purpose is to have a 2?li,iHKiHH arch ci-cetcd by a national popular sub scription to President .MeKinley, to be placed at the Washington approach to the proposed memorial bridge to connect Washington with Arlington, is being rapidly completed, Ilenry B. F. MacFarland. one of the commissioners of the District of Colum bia, is president, and Secretary (!ngo was chosen treasurer of the associa tion. The president mid cabinet will be named us honorary vice presidents. Among the national vice presidents will bt. Chi" f Justice Fuller, Admiral Dewey, General Miles. Miss Helen M. Gould. Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks, president general of the Daughters of the Amer ican Kcroliition: Walter S. Logan, pres ident general of the Sous of Ainericau Iievolution: John L. Carroll, president general of the Suns of the Itevolution; Kli Torn-nee. coinniandcr-iii-i-hief of the Grand Army of the Republic; Gcnerul John It. Gordon, commander-in-chief of the Vnitcd Confederate Veterans' as sociation: Cardinal Gihlmns, Bishop Potter of New York; Bishop F.ilwari G. Andrews, Itcv. Francis K. Clark of Boston, president of the I'nited tSates Societies of Christian Knilenvnr; Pres ident Flint of Harvard university; Pres ident Dudley of Yale university; Pres ident Patton of Princeton university: President Harper of the t'niversity of Chicago, and President .Ionian of Stan ford university. BOLD THEFT OF $70,000. Ithaca Car Inspector Arrested anil Monty llecovereit. ITHACA. N. Y., Oct. 12. - Charles Norris, inr inspector for the Lehigh Va1 ley railroad was arrested here yesterday rharged with the Ihift of bonds, jew elry nnd other property, valued nt 70. 900, hcloueiug to Mrs. Dciiiniin Tliomp on and Mis. Franklin Thompson uf tin "Old Homestead" company. The nrrcit was made while Norris wns ncting as mi inspector iu an elec tion booth. Most of the property, in ;litdiug $iWI.ikh worth of bonds, has been recovered. The theft was reported to the police a week ago. The properly was missed from the compnuv's baggage car lu which wore trunks belonging to Mrs. Thompson nml her dniighter-in-lnw nud is said to have been tnken while the company was playing here. The locks of the trunks were picked and the articles selected at leisure. Nor ris, in his capacity as car inspector, had access to the car. The robbery was not discovered until the troupe reached Albany. Delcctlvcs in New York ns well ns flu local p lice were notiiied and Nome of the jewelry was tni'-cd to the place where mi attempt to s -II it had been made, l'urlher evidence led to the ar rest of Norris. ifupsneiie Sleauier Wrecked. NAGASAKI. O.-t. l"i.-Thc Japanese rtenmer Tnnihiko lias l.ei 11 wrecked off Mcjima. Only one peisou of those on board was saved. The marine records available do not contain any reference to a steamer Dinned the Tsuriihikii. . AN. ftr'nre.l by KiM: tn An KfTurt H LiKt'if I! itv u my, IUWI.X. Vt. 11-In!" WViIncsdaj liipht, U'liiiV Mrs. .lain .i;i!rr, a wit In w of AnJiUH, wns iiline in Kit Iioiih nslt-cp thieves gnine! entrance, entered he bedroom, tiunkenrd the woman-, tied net hand ami foot and prm-t nled tu ransack the house. Fniiin to find any iimucy in thAi 'fir-h. they threat ened to kill her if she did nut disrlnse its hiding phiee. She had but Vw in the house, and when Kiveii this the rolibeis demaiiibd the tim linst money supposed to 'iae eten puid bet by the Pennsylvania railroad for In mi bought by them. The wninnn. after ftdTeriiitf violent treatment at the hand of the thieves, tin Ity eonvineed tht-in that she had re ceived no money from the eorporution Tho ease is beitijf invest Spited. YOUNG W0MEN ARRESTED Charged Willi HeliiK Leaden of Htrlka Sympathiser at Seranlon. SCItANTON, l'a., Oct. 1'. - Two younir women, .Sarah I'riccnuilOenevievt Kord, were arrested by the police yea tenlay climireil with bciiuj the rinit lcaders of 1 ,000 women and chiiitrcrj sympathizers of the striking trolleyinei who attempted to prevent the opening of the Lafayette street line in West Scran ton. The crowd pelted the car. tried t drai! the crew from the platforms unc piled obstructions ou Ihe truck, sonic of the women t'oinir so far as to carry heavy furniture from their homes and pile it 01. the tracks. The youni; women ar rested had uprons full of tomatoes wilt) which they assaulted the old crew They were locked up, but gave buil later NONE TO TELL THE TALE Two Men Ittown to Atom In a N:tri (lycerltie iHCitt-y. OIL CITY, Oet. V - lint per'n tiitro jrlyeerim factory nt Kiilye Kami, foul mill- from this city, was blown ur Thursday niorniiiK. The cause of the ex plosion will never be known, as the only persons about the place at the time Ver instantly lulled. They were C'biivuec Ward, uaed .'t:l. the manufacturer, ami his assistant, l-'runk i.i-oss, aced U.'t, Ward's body was blown to atoms nnd Grose, was decapitnteil. Windows were shattered for a radius of two" or thruc mill's. SLEEP-WALKER KILLED. Ynunjr Girl Leave. Slsu.liiiic Train and In SI ruck l.y 1 li-rlnc. KIlIK, Oet. 11. Velum (iibson, the 13 yeur-i.lil ilam.'hter of Dr. II. (. (iibson id this place, went on un excursion to Huf falo Tuesday. On the return enrly Wednesday morn injr she left the train while walkim: in her sleep ami was struck ami killed bj a fast express, for which the excursion train was waitiiu; on a Hiding ueur Fitru ham, N. V. t.slirni Have a Firrea Ifaltla. STKI'UKNVII.I.K. Oct. l.V-A riol between !Ki l'unhaudlc laborers, led lij Foreman MoCullrcy, and ;i."i laborer tor the Stenlienville-Minao Traction com puny, at the undergrade i rossinc at Miu iro Junction, was very bloody for 1C minutes about 3 o'clock Sunday luoriilu. IMckhatnlles, rocks anil crowbars wort useil, and 10 men were fearfully beaten when it closed. The traction coinp;.ny started to lay track through the cul vert anil were attacked, but the Taliban die men were routed. Kstll.stll Worke'-M Met. ClIKSTKIt. Oct. ll.-The actual work of the l'ennsylvania State Siblu.th School association bei;un Wednesday I!ev. In-. W. W. White, president of tho ISible Teachers' coili ye at Mont Clair, N. J.. olTered the opcnini; prayer. The auiiaal reports of the stale workers were presented. Chairman II. J. Ileitis reail the' annual report of the executive com mittee, which staled that for the tirst time ill the history id the association fomcntions have been held the pusl year In every county. CIhIiii. Klin W.1 rooipi'Mpi! to Weil. CI'MHKIM.ANI), Mil.. Oil. rj.-We ton Hamilton, a prominent youui: far mer, was broni:ht here Irotii Hush, thii county, anil Indited in jail on a warranl swoiu out by I'hoelie Wiulields. wht anions olher thine alleges that I Iu mil ton compelled her to go with him front rieilmcul, W. a., to Westernport, Mil., where she was compelled to marry hiiu The girl was Icfl eon-ddc niMc inouc.r by Iter father. Iluiuihou denies thai ho uiied force to make the girl marry him. Cupid Knows No Ann 1,1. i. It. COJMiY, Oct. 11. At Cl.vnier. N. V., Itcv. Thouii's Hurrotighs. aired SO years, of Dluin, live miles west of here, ami Mr". Catherine l.eoti, aged 71. of Cotry wen- united in marriage. The couple arf well known throughoul this M-ctioa. ITKMM IN I! It I IK. I'NIONTOWN-Lewis Williams, ,-hiel of tile lire department, dropped dead iu the street just ns he was coming away from a lire. I'NIONTOWN-Two al. inns of fir. Wednesday evening ailded to flu punk arising I'mm tie- total tU'!ulv of uciu'. and the scare grows wore from tin- sus picion thai incendiaries arc ut wori.. FA YKTTK ITY - S.iiire Aii.erl Iownerof Alleuport wns almost in;iiit ly killed by stepping oil a t'ha.leioi am West Side streetcar as it was i r.-ssi.ig u high trestle near his home. llOI.I.I!AYSHl'i;i: William Nyi and lioiuinick Perkins, two rittsloirg crooks, who started a not iu AIiomiih two weeks ago. and attee pled tin heir der of Chief of I'olh-e S.v.'c'il.ci g, plcol cd guilty in ceirt. JoilNS'OW--Th- Cmoliria Finn dry und Machine cointcu'y of ilti-- iity which lois i iptioped ami ii: u'.iu opera, h a line sluncl jib'iit iu .Ic.'eu.-e of il.t tru-it. lias increased its capiral stock fioii S.Ih.ikhi tn .s:,i.ni:li, all ol wiiii h lias l-iet: taken. l'.r.TIII I.IIKM Whit. I it shooting si-arrows a shotgun In I.Vv Father lotsaks' hands in cnleiitnlly ex ploded, the contents shall litu Ihe ! net of his lions, keeper, Sit.au I'rihi! :. ' ui putation was necessary to t,uvc ln-r life. MALTREAT A ED SUMMARY OF THE NEWS Short Items From Various Parts of the World. Reoard of Many llaenlnrs Condanai.il anil rut In Small Hoim anil Arrang-ed With -uclal Regard Tor tha Cunvaul anna uf tlie ltra.l.r Who llaa Llttla Time lo buare. Sir Thomas I.ipton intimated for the first t i in. that he would attain chulleiige fur th" America's cup. Thri-e Chinamen In Chinatown at Sau Francisco murdered by order of Su'7 Don Tour, a highbinder society. Temporary partition in a Heading, Pa., church fulls during services and over a dozen people were injured. Orncrai Chaffee and supreme court justiceb ut Manila at odds over jurisdi---tleii iu cases uf military ' prisoners. Viol, nt gale sweeps over (Jrcat Kritniu, the Hritish channel and Northwest Kii rupc. Aiistiiaii anarchist named (lloveno v'nli uiresied for loitering about the Yut it mi. lb ported he wus aiming to uiur dithe pope uud Cardinal ltampolla. Thursday. Captain Amliews and his bride of a few weeks start on a trip across the ocean in a 14-foot boat, the "Dark .Se cret" - bur liahniau. Ameer of Afghanis tan, it is reported fioiu Simla, died ut C.bul last Thursday. About one-halt the amount of If 1 10. mm demaiohd by liulgarian brigands for the ransom of Miss Helen Stuiie was sub set ibed. (ireat Britain and the I'nited States wiil sign the uew- lsthiniiin caaal treuty in November. The Kroupriux Willu-lui made record time on her uiaiileii trip eastward fiutn Ni York to i'lyiiiouth. I Eighty people killed in free fight be tween deligious factious iu t'r.vluka, Hussin. News is received of violent storm rug ing throughout Ktin.pe. French ports ore tilled with vessels which have sought refuge. Friday. Letters were produced in extradition proceedings in l.oinb.u to show lr. Kiause's complicity with lloer agents ufier surrender. A dispatch from Colon, Colombia, an nounces that the Colombian revolution ists at Tuinuco lircd on a British vessel. Advices from Nioni ugua tell of grout diiuia.'e done to the town of San Juan del Shi- by an earthquake uud tidal wave. The fund for the ransom of .Miss Kllen Stone reached .."r,574.i;t, and the K"V ernmeiit wus informed thut she wus still alive. Letters boasting of burglary and arson in Newark, N. .1.. which were scut to the victims, led to the nr;est of four men, who are cna.g. il with the crimes. J.uuer Mintoa. u burglar who turned stute's evidence, rcvculed lo the Conn ticat authorities several places in which he and lis accomplices had buried their bo a y. Saturday. A special cable dispatch from London says that Mr. Choate will sail for Amer ica on Saturday, uud there are rumors that hi will not ret urn as auibassador. All of Cape Colony is now under inur tial law, a proclamation having been is sued extending it tn districts heretofore exempt. During a channel run the llrilisii tor pedo boat destroyer Crane was discov ered to have her deck beams buckling and wus hastily put buck to Portsmouth. Turkish V'-l I'.ulgariau troops were preparing to surround u mountain on the Tiirkish-Uulgariaii frontier, to which the brigands who kidnaped .Miss ICIIeii M. Stone had been traced. The fund for lnr ransom did not receive litany addition. I'.ofore the naval court of inquiry, Lieu tenant Potts of tlie Massachusetts said Admiral Schley was greatly excited dur ing the tiring on the Colon. - The house of liishi.ps of Ihe I-'piaco-pal convention iu San Francisco adopted the new divorce canon prohihltiug the marriage or divor 1 pet sons in the Epis copal ch drch. Monday. A special dispatch frmn Pnrla reports the wonderful success of M. Santos-1 in moot iu maneuvering with his balli.i.n agaii st I lie w ind, outdistancing the uuto uiol.iles Ihal were endeavoring to keep up with him. Ooncrul Ib.iha's escape from the P.rit ish cordon renewed critiii-cn of the con duct of the war. to wVich Mr. Hrodrick, secietary of war, replied, ilcdiniiig Sir Charles Howard iiuent's ofler of fresli troop.. M. Lsui-'-ut Tailhiule. an anun liisf poet of Paris, has I n sent lo prison for advocating Ihe murder of the tsar. The Duke mid Dm le ss of Cornwall and York were elaborately entertained iu Toronto. Hear .'tdmiral Sampson's si ml ap plication to be represented by i-ouiisel before flu Schley court of inquiry vi-as rejected by the court. According to the government crop re port the condition nf .-urn on Oct. 1 was 5-.1 per cent, the lowest on record for that dale Onward Silver won the Transylvania trolling stake at Lexington after seven hca's. Tuesday. .Fmperor William is reported to be In disposed through excessive tea drinking. One lterlin paper, however, says lie is ill good health. , Spencer F.ddy, son clary of the I'ldicl States legation in Constantinople, wai notified that money for Miss Sloiie's ransom had been forwarded. The Dnl.e and Dm-hcxs of Cnruvvall and York visited Niugaru Falls, Out. In the Schley court of inquhy the I,.; witi-cssis summoned by the judge u.) TOcatc general was heard. Jesw Iturkett of the St. Louis tesm leads the Notional loisel.all l.cag u- play ers iu l.,itting fur the season. A syieii, ule has ol.taiued land :il Sj os sct, L. L, for the construction of 411 autumoliile race course. A Is lief is current in Scandinavia Unit Captain Otto Sverdrup. with Ihe Kin;., has 11 ached the north pole. j wndit.onof cr,fs, itatl.tl. and Com. ris..n of Till. Yea: 'a Yield With last. WASHINGTON. Oct. 11. The monthly report of the statistician of the dcpuriim ut of agri.-nttuie h,,v.-a the average condition of corn on Oct. 1 to hava been .".J.l as compared with 51.7 last moi th, TS.2 ou Oct. 1, l'.ssi; 8J.7 at the corresponding date in lsir.l aud 81.8 the mean of the October averagea of the last 10 years. The preliminary estimate of the yield per acre of oats i 2.1.1 hushels us compar. d with 2!.ti bushels on Oet. 1, I'.'.HI; 3U.7 bushels at the corresponding daf in lS'HI, and 27.2 bushels the mean of the Octolsir esti mates for the lost 111 years. The aver age for quality is S3. 7 aginst Htf.li lust year and yi.5 in 1SI.U. The preliminary estimate, of the yield per acre of barley is 24.7 b ' "la a roiiipared with 20.4 buslu ' : ( let. 1, 1IUKI. 27 bushels at th . uling date iu IS! mid 23.! : -.. . m, an of the October estiic. .-. i t t. ic.-t ''! years. The average for is Ml. 2 against S2.1 last year aud VJ.i 1. The preliminary estimate of the yield per acre of rye is 15.1 bushels as com pared w ith lfl.l bushels oil Oct. 1, 11)00, 11.4 bushels at the corresponding date in 1V.III and 11.3 be. -acts the mean of th Oclober estimate of the last 10 years. The average for quality is S!).4 against 02 last year and ISI in IS! Hi. As to the coa lition of apples, Indiana reports 2. Virginia 7, North Carolina 4, and Kansas IS points above and New York 37, Ohio 11, Pennsylvania 30, Michigan 23. Missouri 1. Illinois 27, Ten tiessee 2. Maine 11 and Iowa 32 point! below the mean of their October aver ages for the last six years. The estimated average yield of hopi in pounds per acre is 1,300 iu Washing ton, 1.3.".l in Calofiruiu, 71S In Oregon and fiTii in New York. No further report on wheat will be la sued pending the receipt of the annual returns of the individual producers' and the final rcpurta of the department'! special agents. Nernnti.n Trencher IN. s.: lent?. KNOVVILI.H. Tetin.. Oct. 1.1-ReT. Lot Lake, a Welsh minister of Scran ton, l'a., died here auddeiil. MARKET RKPORf. Maw Tark Money Market. M.W VOrtK. Oct. 14. Money on call, 3l;3'.j per cent Prime mercantile paper, -Hgtjjtl pel cent. Sterling exchange: Actual business In bankers' ut . i.ST.i ,i l.,s5'H for demand and .4.s.;Sf(l.MTs lor sixty days. Post ed runs. l.tUU'iil.!s7. Commercial lulls, !f 4.S3'ii l.Sdi. liar silver, 57e. Now York ProTiilom Market. FI.OI'i: Winter patents, $3..HKit3..SO; winter straights, $3.2.Vn3.IO; winter ex tras. $J.MIfy;2.Jti; winter low grades. $2..",iV2. ID; Minnesota patents, .o.'s'ij 3.SH; .Minnesota bakers', 2.S.V3.15. COH.VMF.AL-Yellow western. l.lHi city, .l.l(i; bratiilywiue, $3.:kVl3.uO. ItYK No. 2 western, One f.o.b afloat; slnte rye, fi.V..Mic. WIIUAT-No. 2 red, 77'4f f.o.b. afloat: No. 1 north, rn, 77'jC f.o.b. nlloiit. CO UN No. 2 corn, t2c f.o.b. afloat. OATS N... 2, 3S-i4c; No. 2 white, 41'.(1-I2-; track mixed western, SS'.i 40c; Hack white, 4iV(l7c. Poll l-Slr..ug; mess, flti.lNKitl7.00; family, 17.5li((i 18.00; short clear, f 17.50 td'.i.iMi. HAY Shipping, OOtuiiTic; good to choice. S.Vn'.l0c. III'TTLK Creamery extras, 21c; factory, 10c; iiuilatiou creamery, 17frJ 17 CIIF.KSE Fancy large white, 9Vc; small white, liloi,,c. liUCiS Slute uud l'eunsjlvania, 2,V(J 2iie. POTATOKS New York, f2.00; New Jersey, 1 .M Ky. 1 .fc7 1 i. Bnffala ProvlslOB Market. IH FALO. Oct. 14. WIIF.AT No. 1 northern, 75'ao; win ter w heat. No. 2 red, 70c. COKN-No. 2 corn, trlc; No. 3 corn, til c. OATS No. 2 white, 40c; No. 8 mixed, 3SI..C. FLOl lt Spring wheat, best patent, per bid., I.2.V.,1.,")0; low grades, f2.2onj 3.1" I. Bf'TTKU Creamery, western, extras. 22f.22'v'; state and Pennsylvania cream ery, 2K('-l '-.; fair to gisid, lS(u;l!ic. CHKLSE Fiiiny full cream, 10Vt Uc; good to choice, Ir'.ilOc; common to fair, tfiiSc. li( it; S Western aud atata fancy, 21 fry 21c. POTATOKS Fancy, per bushel, COc. East Buffalo Lira Stock Market. CATTLE- Ultra export steers, f5.75 frr.'.IKi; good to choice shipping steers, $V.i'(fi 5.70; coarse, rough, but fat ateers, f -l.'J.Vi; 4.50; choice to smooth fat hfifcra, f 4.75(!t...oo; coiuinou tu g.sid cow. $.1.25 rro.'.H); good bulcher bulls, fi(.ArXp;3.75. SHKP AND LAM lis Spring Iambi choice lo fancy, fl.S5H5.00; fair to good, f 1.5'KVl 1.75; wether sheep, f;t.4iXj;i.50. I II His .Mixed packers' grades, fi(.4(l 4t.il.rsi; heavy hogs, f i.5ikVii.(sJ; choica heavy and upwards, f (j.00iiti.70. Botfalo Hay Market. Ii AY-Timothy, liaise, per ton, f l3.UO3 1 1 oil. timothy, prime, loose, baled, f 13.00 (dll.i" liiuolhy, prime, tight bale. I, .i'J.lKinf I3.INI; timothy, No. 1, tight bulid, l.."Ki(iil2.IHI; mixed, louse, ton, fD.Oittj 10.ISJ Little Falls Cheese Market. LITTLE FALLS, O.-t. 14. Snles of cheese on the dairy market today: Large colored, 1 lot of 00 boxet a li:'-.-: large colored, 1 lot of 70 boxoi nt U ,c; small w hite, 20 lots of IS!) boxoj at ' !' ', small white, 1 lot of 70 holes Ml lie; small colored, 20 lots of 5itf) boxes at II-'1,. small colored. 4 lots of 201 boxet at i- : twins colored, S lots of 710 Ixixc at !i'',c: twins while, 17 lots of SOI hox.t at !i-:e. Totals. 7S lots of 3,0311 boxes. p.i I'TIMi Fifty-eight packag-s ol daily soil at 2'i(21c. Light sah-a ol rreumery were made st 22c. Utica Cheese Siarket. I TIC V. Oct. 14. Sales of cheese ou tlie Files dairy hoard of trade: Seven lots of 7.7!7 Ikiici large st HK'iiS",,-; small. IK!!',,.. Bl TTEK Cn smery, Ll ''3c. :oir at 21je.