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\'^'U a^^au g^dtintii 1=^ ^iihm%,m, cbpiu««. wtmm ckmtss A FAMILT »EWSPAPB« OF LOCAI4 AMD GBNKBAl. ISTRI.I.ieKSC'«. Tiaas: SLM riASLT ni twrtmM Vata VIII. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1902. NO. 2. ^ B. A. Dorlon DONDED AUCTIONBER VratyMt^ V.t. . njamin D. Homan BUILDER .^^ liiligeneeker Bros. i-V -T DENTIST* ;f'M»rMnsn strMt. ai—M|» iMtrMt, ustf t'lmvtao iiniowo im. a. toMwracsB*, t>. d. ¦., MtntiPT I I »' !i: " ' .%i"!.-'.j I I ... lONC FOB AM AUTUMN DAY. st SbOrtOS tCOIXABB, 8a)lea dtr, sad a tea That beam itt tonbre brettt; 'Ami A wind tbat dirgtt ettttltttly Ib bUwl BBTttt. It £lit)M tt a Mty-tidt flower; 04* Staring tpirit betrt ao ptrt U tbt gioamiag boor! Knt It the ikr (ber eytt!) And bright it tk* IBB (her tmile!) Aad then it t right of ptrtdite For a drtaning whilt. -Cellitr't Weekly. Johfi P. Wright OBNBRAL AUCnONBER yvtspit*. ir. » ttm VCARS' .¦XMHWNGI Patent PATENT THE STRAWS OF DEATH o Mvalry Was SsttM «k tks PMvUm. 'mov* GO. mrCNT iAWVBIMi tummtm, 'Jt*Nfcrtifnoii STATE WEW& •M* Pd BBdaa Bnkbtd. VK« Tlltaf* mt Bodns wat itartkd hy tks dlSeisTety tbat tbs Bsnk of lo#iMi. «r which O. K. Knspp It tbe yroprtetor. bad been robbed and the Mts «aaWistely wrecked. InTettigs- " iHwwtd thst ^»ward ot asooo bsd '"'¦ (t«M the safe. Thslaterlor lak pMsmted a woefnl sight I mm ^r^ked, the heavy In- mmt blown entirelr otity, I wtrajna^s to Mow open WgHilMtodhrtheman. t|i«;Aoo*. was shattered '^|«j^*UM. The •(Kr plaees in the twAi Witt which to bUekHilth ,ab09 ot Ahra- * " I sad a big tltttet hWswar tskelh Otber tnoli .'WSN oMaiMd fiom the carnsge bnild- teg smUlSbmeBt of (ieorge Hendrlck- saa, hm hack of the blackimltb ibop. ' Tha lobbera left no clue. Qlfl IlarBav In Tmnaart. The olber day a eoad-lnoking yonng ttfitm struck Nlagsra Falli and got a lab aa helper In a barber ibop. The ttatMlto of the place took a liking to Btat OD acceoBt of his pleatnnt man- »atB aad hs became a farorlte. He tttmt t boarding place on Butfalo are- ' aas aat appeared destined to grow vp IfWh tka Mty. Howerwr, tbe landlady 'tt tki.boaMlilc home penetrated the ¦Hig.dlsf Ise snd It wat revealed thai tho t)arl)er's helper wat a young Wgrnaahl aua'a rlolhei. chief nf I'o- ~'Jm Maloaey Invited her to bcadquar- %% giif aha' aehaowledged the faet. tmSmi that her name waa Belle Chad- tty aad that her home had Iieen In 'OhlCM**' Relieving her rhaneet tn •an a living were better at n mnn. aha hailAsaaed tmutert and took ihe ¦•¦• of tfttoy Btuder. 8be wat made ta chaacs her dren and wat allowed tv'laave Um city. WiawB OtSt Uma iMt Jawala. Twenty years sgo Ihe retldeuee of Uia, Ooni U. Rlllolt. In OKdenthurfT. waa fobbed of Jewels worth «100a Ma traas ot the Jewels wat found, nnd a (ew years later Mrt. Blllloh moved to fltoehester. A *bw dsyi sro the poat- ¦aa dlllvsred to Mrs. Rlllott a Utila Mwaa box, made up of enrdhoard, Vatehed together roughly, nnd wben It 'was opaaed sbe found, earefiilly rolled ap ta cotton, tbe mining genii. The haa bole the postmark of Pretroti. On- tattot Oaaada. Among the Jewelt re- tnhmt vas a unique, long, heavy gohl Chala. made by Mm. Elllotfs butband, Who took the gold from a mine biroieir. JDach uak had a gold dollar attached. I«vMs^aniTnl. WatMlns or. Miss Lena Clark and James Mahar were to hare been lunrrled at 8odm at the bome of Mr. and Mrt. A. If. dark, pareats of the bride. Two hnn- laisdlBTttatlona bad been Ittned. we<l- dlag preseutt bad beeu arriving for a week, and every det.ill, down to tbe ."motAitut breakfast, the mutlclsaa. nth- cfa. fowa, bridesmaid, bad nil In-rn taiapTeted. whea. the wedding wat de- darMI o>. rrlenda t.iy ihnt at tbe last etoroent tlie couple had-a mlanti- daeataadlagahaMtoUgion. Mist Clark l« a rroteetaat aad Ur. Mahar a Catho. ll|7 Both are prominent aocially. aaln nf Tray*city Bandt. A taK of ^Hty bondt. amounting to . tlWkOOO. wat bebl at Troy. The Ixindt weve parebated of Farton, I.,eaeh h Otw of Ncw Vork City. The boodt ar* ttt tha purpoee of tee«rlB« a>oa*y for tha Bwrchaae of. aad imiiroeeiaeat to. ^ Wairen Park property, tmt tot Is^fateawBt to m^boolt «nd stitett. Tfca heads for the Werrea Park par ^teas aad Improvemnnt amounted to ,fM|MSA aad the Fartnn. I.e«. h * Co. I -IM was Uia.l8T. On Ihe t3(l.0iid bondt < tot the scbool and atreet luiprovemrnt «ha hU was loaTrr. Mia. Uaade Klehl. who hit'been held lar amre thsn a week at tbe CorlUod tttptttr Jail arcnaed of polSMiiag ber Mttar-lB-law. Adam KlebL waa re- iiaia* hy the Coroner, there heing ao itHtawi to coanect her witb tbe man's «aath. Wbea Mrt. Klehl received tbe aaaeaacemeat that sbe wss free tbe •bowed no tnrprlte. 8he teemed to lake It for granted. Two wlinetiea areri ealled, but lieyond ettnbllshlna the fae* thai Adam Klehl died from •t^halae polsoa added no new fartt. Br W. O. OenlUB. t I T HB regiment wss settling ' I ,' down for tbe sight wllh I ¦ some grumbling snd much "^ profane Jetting, for Wettem volunteers possess a seme of humor4 tuperlor to tbe mott trying conditioaa. Bomewhere tU'tbe darknett In front, tbe Filipinos were taking pot ibot^ between tbeir cigarettea, at an occa- ¦lonal seu! atteated. "Tbere go the blamed typewriters." cried a young private. "Firing nt Aredles, st tunal. No ileep to-night." "l^pewrltera" waa a contemptuoua appellation given to the Fourteenth Rcgnlari, becanie tbe popping of tbeir magaslne guns In tbe ditlance illgbtly rcHinblcd tbe noise of tbe machine of peace. "Put your moutb on tbe safety notch," ordered tbe captain from the right of the company, "They're tend¬ ing ont tbe outpoati. Oet their bear- mgs to that you can tboot around them If tbe ball openi up." Two men were receiving Onal in¬ strnctions from tbe colonel, prerlout to aatnrlng into tbe hostile country In froat "Snesk out about 200 yards," ordered tbe offlccr, "and lie low. If yon see sny tigns of an ittack. try to get back and wam ot. If you ean't get back, yoo must wam ut tomchow. snd take yonr chancea. No need to tell yon to be careful. Ton hold Ibe lives of msny men In your haodt. Good luck. Imys." This sort of work It called Costack outpost dnty. and men detailed upon It Rhould not be men of family or nervea. A few nights prevloutly two nervoul men were detailed upon it. One of tbem flred at a white parish dog. Tbe tbot cauted Ihe Flllpluot to concentrate a leriei of volleyt latt- Ing tbirty minutei in tbe direction of tbe outpotti. Tbe Americana awak ened from a sound sleep and let go leveral nnauthorixed volleyt. Conte- quently tbe two nervom men, being between two ftres, were riddled with two kinds of smmunltioB, The two men detailed for tbit e^-en- Ing'i work were of, different metal. "Uorltnrl te salotamns, colonel," tald one with a raeklees laugh. Witb the sasy noaehalaace ot veterans, they gave tbe rifle salute, and, sliding over the top of the trench, dissppeared Into tbe nlgbt, "Tbere go two good men, observed the colonel. Tbe two men tiptoed acrott Ibe dry rice paddlei, eacb bolding hin rifle at tbe ready. Tbere wat no tound ex¬ cept tbe occasional bitt of a random bnllet. or tbe faint and dltlnnt pop of a rifle. "Qucas tbit It far enough." taid one of tbe men at length: "here It a llllle hollow. Wby, It It almott at ttfe at tbe trench," The other acquieieed with a faint murmur, and Ihey iprawled upon the ground faelns tbe enemy'i territory. "It't a queer freak of fate th.it we two ibould be defiled on thit to¬ gether." obeervled the tborler of Ihe two, "after avoiding each- other lo suc- cctafully." "It's blamed queer, Otbourne," re¬ tnrned tbe otber, "bnt well have to ttsnd It." "It Is not tbat I would want a better man for a tight place. Wade." aaM Os- tMunie, "but there It tbat one thing." "Tet. I know." wearily; "that'a tbe trouble. If you were not aa good or a better man tban I. ibere would be no danger of Uelen Bartlett caring for you." "Wc were good friendt io the old daya, Billy," said Otbourne, ralher bniktly; "if one of ui only loved her a llttle less." "No go, Tom," replied the olher, "It Is either ber or tiie Jumping off place for me. Our friend.ihip wnt a friendly thing, but tbe li above tbat Would you—" "No, yon are rigbt. Ii'i no tborougb¬ fare, I with it were ended, one wty or tbe otber." "Whit cau we do?" queried Wnde, wllb tludled eompotnre, "We ean'l gouge eacb .other witb bayonett out bere. and Springfleldt at two yardt it a bit too unique." Oatiournc laughed barthly. "We might draw ttrawt. the loier tpeedily te meet an accidental dealb.* "Xo. tbankt," replied Wade. "I am am willing to take my bullet. If ll comet, but not that way. tine of ut might get It decently tl tny time." "You're rlghl. Wade," tald Otbourne. •Ton're a good fellow." "8ame to you." relurnrd Wade. "Left quit cbatimg and attend lo our work." For tome time tbey lay tilent, itar- Ing Inlo the darknett fur Iblngt Ibe.v could aot tee. even had tbey been tbere. Only tbe Intermittent popping of mntlietry and tlie occatloBal sen.' of a Uauter bullet broke tha aileace. Mow aad tbea tbey eould toe through the blackAis s faint, moBMalary red gan to whittle loftty in a aerroni faahlon. at men do when they are close to destb. Wsde fumbled silently witb some fragments of rice itrsw. His moremeats were i|ow and mechan¬ ical. Some men are conttitnted that way. "Here. Tom," be tald, ttretcblng Votes out bit rigbt flit, "Miy the betier ' man get It." Osboume extended a band that trembled slightly, and fingered the dia- cloted endt of the ttraw for a brief time. Suddenly he clutched one and pnlled It ont At tbe tame inslnnl tbere wat a ttrange, toft thud, and Wade fell upon bit face. Hit Uniba mored convultively for a moment; tben be lay motionless. "For lieaven's take, Billy! what's np?" cried Otbourne. In an agonized wbliper. Be laid hit band on thc man's fsce. bnt Jerked It iway horri¬ fied, for It touched lomettalng warm •nd wet. "She'a miner' be muttered, with fierce triumph; tben, "Poor Billy," A thought came that csuied blm to gatp and iblyer. He betltated. reached for the dead man't hand, and looiened ill daip from tbe otber ttraw. It was teveral ioebes longer than thc one he bad drawn. - "What ihnll I do5" he moaned, "Oh, Billy!" be cried, shaking the dead man's shoulder, as If to route bim. "What aball I dot-" Only the far-off popping of Ibe rlflea broke tfae oppres¬ sive Stinnett. "Whst would you bave done?" he ailted In tbe tame strain. "By .Tore!" suddenly, "yon were a good mnn. Von would have kept tbe compact. I lost fairly-/Bear witness, Billy, I am as gooda agan as you." : He .uni lijtt bsnd for an Instant on | tbe deld msn's forehend. Then he rote tlowly, and fumbled In bla pocket. At length be fonnd a mateh. For a moment be stood Irresolute. Inhaling | strong breaths of air. Already ho hnd j begun to feel tbe horror of being shut ^ out from It forever. It wns hard to ; give tbe signal for his own death. His teeth came together with a click, j and. scratching the match on his shi he held the flame before bis breast Snn Francisco Argonaut RESULTS OF THE ELECTION Cast In 42 States, 22 ol Which Elect FuU Tickets, 25 Return Legislatures That Will Select 26 United States Senators, antl 13 Choose Minor Officials. NEW YORK RE-ELECTS ODELL GOVERNOR Three Hutidred and Seventy-eight Congressio.ial Represen¬ tatives Chosen—The Next House Republican—Penny- packer Defeats Pattison For Governor in Pennsyl¬ vania—Returns From the Other States. rnrtr-two Butat bald rlectlona Tnraday, Nnvtnibar ttli. Foil Slata llckala „«ra ebntan In twenty-t-wa. minor offlc-ra were rated for In thirtaan, In Iwa eonatltntlonal atnandmanta were the la.ne, Twenty-llTa laatitatnrea thnt were elerled will vote for Onltad Statea Senaloie whoae terma will baaln Mnrch 4,10a3. Tha next Inwer honae srConcrata (ID03I will eonaiat of 380 Ilep. raaantetlTet. Elcht of tbla number had alraady been elected—In Maine, four; In Oraaon nnd Vermont. Iwo each. On Toea- Say 37S llepreaeiitatlvra were ohoaen. SCHOOL FOR STORE WORKERS. Oannlav Sarvlea and Window Dre«alnti Amona Iha BabJaeU Tanaht. Tbst there is always room ut the top Is nowhere more fully demcnstint- cd thau lu the great department storet of this connlry, from which Ihero comet nn IncesBnnt demand for men with energy and Ideas, Of the mechan¬ ical routine workers there is a large supply, and the number grows dally to the despair and Irrllnllou of pro¬ prietors nnd manngert. While thore It room In every depnrt¬ ment ot tho Itores and retail houses generally for talent and knowledge, a lack of properly equipped workers Is telt in the spheres of window dressing, decorating of Interiors, card-sign paint¬ ing and advertisement wriling. Tbe poiilbllitiet along tbete lines were grasped by a ke^u-sighted man. himself a succesifnl praetlcer of most of the arts referred to. who has started a sehool in Now York for the tuition of I .'glnners nnd for the perfecting of workers nlready In operntlon. The col¬ lege of instrucllon Is absolutely unique, iieing tbe only Institution In Ihe world dealing with tome parts—nnd these thc most Important—of Its eorricnluiu. In some inslnucet city employers hnve Ihcuiselvet paid for the tuition of likely yonng men. Oihers havo i Siven their workers lime and fn'-llllies for ntlendlng ihc eln-ises. while ninny students from fnr-otf country districts i li.ive not only hnd their expenses de- frnycd, but bnve received their salarici j during Ihe lultlcu period. Several of the '.nrgo wholesale dry goods concerns of New York bave iiinulfested their Interest iu Ihe novel work by supplying nierchandltc for Ihe use of tbc pupils iu decorating the windows. ^ One ot tbe featurei of 'fbe schooVa metbod Is tbat tbe Inilruction given Is porional and individual, each pupil iieing dealt with according to hit ca¬ pacity, and ao limit ta pnt on th? dnration ot the eonrse. Moit itudenta complete their curriculum In foi!r or slz <»eeks. wblle none have exceeded two montbt. A tpeclal twowccks' course of win¬ dow trimming and card-sign pninlicg for those who desire Improvenieut cau be had for $23. I'or beginners a com¬ plete course cosls 150. WISE WORDS. '- A hiaat ot lOOO poandt of powder wha set off oa the alta of the Oatarl* Paw^ Onapaay's new plant, oa tut •r •'mtm mt* of Niagara River, op- paaMa MlMars Palia TW hlatt killed a* BHh M4 laland aaother by hurl- me torn «lsar attsm the rlv«r to Ooat lalaadL whst* the aiea were tt work. ratitek MoaUiTu the oao who wai %¦•«. Ba^wha ifearkiaK wtth Fatrick fUttI isaaUatitlag laads sa Goat Id- * Kdiyatatas'heacataCaadhla "Coafonad tbem.' obaerved Ot bourne, "the Filipinos ctn smoke, any¬ how. I'm dying for a cigarette." "If yoa Itght a mateh here." tald Wade, "well be targels for alMut MOU Iflet." "Thal't true enough." tgreed Os¬ boume. wllb a toft cbuekie: "cigarettes are rather eapentlve ont here." An otker period ot sllenre followed. "Wade," Inquired Otbourne. tuddea- ly. "tre you willing to try t wild arbeme for tettling tbit mitter for- ererr" "AnytiUng fair and rettooable," re- pHed the other. "What't yonr plan?" "Draw straws," tald Osbourae, brief ly. "Ihe iaaa who geti tbe thort one to ttaad ap aad iight a much, tnd- go to hia fathera." Wade eaagbt hit breath tnd re- SMlned mnte for tuise time, cantlder- lag. -Net to bad." he obaerved. after a llme: "bat we sre on doty aow." "O, Vitifer taid Otbonrae. ilgbrly; "the KlllplBos woaldB't attgrfc for all the loot of liaBlli. Aa oatpost hete j It mrrrly t matter of form. Beaidea, ooe of ut will be left." I "Tliat't to," returaed Wade, "^ad I ' see no objectloa. " , ' "ICoo tz tbe strawi. thea." said Oa- haaiae^ «atckly. TO Iraw." Ba It-1 Subjectivity it suicide. Fnlth It Ihe cnrrying qunllty, Tbe mooey batii makes mnu n cor-.- modity. .Money can be remade, bnt not so character. Life's too short. Kanlty coniists In a small opinion of self and a great opinion of the i:ci- verse. Had indeed is it that debts put on us by the fricudthip of one are net al¬ ways payable to that one: Many a man prides himself on his self-restraint, wben. as n matter of fact, !t It uothing but laiiness. Seek not perfection. Let not one fault In a mao estrange you from hlin, or you will be unworthy of frlcudahip and alone through life. Tbe mott miserable creature ou the face of tbe eartb it the sellish mau. Hit birth it a loss to the world, and hit death la tbe world't gaiu. Two thinga wblch make people un¬ happy are these: Failure to alluin the Ifor tbemi unattainable, aod tuc¬ cett In attaining tbe nnaltainable. The tieanty of "going wllhont things'' and tben thinking about it til after ward it theer ugliness. The beautiful tbiag it really not to want the uon ettentialt; then ll it perfectly easy aod indllferrui to go without theu. New Vork Clty.-The lalest returns indlcnted that (lovernor Odell hns been re-elected by n pliirnliiy of at lenst Id,- 00(1, The rest of the ciuulldiilcs on the llepublican Stnte tii-Uel have also born elected, with the pos.«llilc cx.'eplion of Ueury B, t'omun, cHUdldate for Attor- ney-ljeneinl, and .Tndgo Wllllaiu K. Werner, nominee for Judge of tbe Court of Appenls. Jolin Cuiiiur-n, Democratic caiulUlate for .\ltornoy- Cleneral, ran abend of bis ticket in the counlics of Trie and Orleans, and also bnd the Indorsement of the rioblbltloii party for that oilice. Judi;e Cray, the Deniocratlci candidate for tlie Court of Apiicnls, rnn nhead of the olber can- didates on the State ticket, esiieciaily In Xew York City, where he lod bis as¬ sociates by 20,000 votes. The. vote of tho State showed some striking features. The DemoeraUc strength in Grenter New York was trnly remarkable for an off yoar. Color, the Denioeratie candidate for (iov¬ ernor, polling 121,00(1 plurality, nud yet. lu Albany. Onondnga. Clinton nnd Monroe counties the Republican plural¬ ities were nstoiilshlnRly larse. Thc Ilepubllcan purty suffered losses of sents In the Leglslnture. the chief locality of these reverses being In .New York City. The Sennle will oppnrcut- ly have n membership of ibirty llepub- Itcans and tweuty Democrnts und tbe Assembly eighty-nine Hepublicaus nnd sizty-one Democrnts. This Is n loss of flve seat! In thc Senate nnd seveutecu In tbe Assembly, The Republican mn¬ jorlty on joint ballot wiil be amply suflicient to elect u Ilepubllcan n.s Seu¬ ntor Piatt's successor In tbe I'nlled Statea Rennle, In the State twouty- two Ilepubllcan nnd lifteeu Ueiuocrntie Congressmen were elected. PaonayWaula. rhiladelphia.—Eslimalis from more than hnlt the counties In Tennsyl vnnlB outside of riilladelpiiin nnd .\1- legheny counlics show jjains for ib< Democrntie Slate Ilcket. These gains nre oStet, however, by heavy Repnb Ilcan gaint in Pblladelpbl.-i nnd I'itis burg, whieh Insure the electiou of for mer Judge rennypncker for (lovernor. The returns Indlcnte a Republican plu¬ rality In the Stnte of from l.'iO.OOO to 200.000. of whieh rhiladelphia con¬ tributes over 100.000 and ritt.sburg from 30,000 to 40.000. Incomplete returns from the legisla¬ tive dlitrlcti of Pennsylvauin Imll catet that tbe Republicans ¦will bavi an Increased majority in the Stnie Si'ii nte and House of Representnlives. The txi^iilature will elect a successor to Senator Penrose, -who. however. Is n candidate for re-election. The Republicans also will hnve twen- ty-tlx, nnd possibly twenty-seven, out of thirty-two Consressmen. In the Seventeenth Congressional DIttrlct Alexander Billnieyer (Dem.l was elected to llll the unexpired term of Rufus K. I'olk (Deiu.i. titm Jcraar. Jersey City.-New Jersey remaius iu thc llepublican column, bul ihe Di-mc- crnts made consldernble gains. Chief Interest centred this year lu thc elec Ilou of Congressmen In ench of the ten dislrlcts. The Republlcnns elect oil seven of their cnndldntet as against six ¦whom Ihey bad under thc old ap¬ portionment. Tile liemocrats elected three, ns npa insl two under ibe pre¬ vious nllotnient. Wbllo ilie Ilopubll- cnns retain control of the l.e,iislatiiio. Ibe Democrnts have made gains in bolh brnni-hos. adding ihreo ,'<cuntor.* sikI eight AHsemblyinen. Tlw vote In Ihc Stato was ncnerally henvy. pnrlly owIuk lo ^i,> pleasant wealher which prevailed <n or nl! the Stnte. The maiu Inti i-e«t ci-iit:iil in the i-onfcsls for Congress in tbc ten dlsirli-ls. The Indications are Ihni the Legisla¬ ture will stand ns follows: S*ciiale-Hepubll.-nns. 14: nemoi-rals. 7. House- Republicans, .'¦>2: Deuio- cratt. 29. RepuMli-an ninjorilv on Joint ballot, Xt. Iicnioi-raiii- trnin In Senate. 3; Demorraii,- snln in llou-c. ^ the ncpublican Sinte Executive Conv mlttee Indli-ate thai Laylln, Republi¬ can candiilate for Sccrelary of State. Is elected by over 100,(iOt». Hnmllton, Lucas. .Mahoning, Stark and l-'rankiin counties show an assi'cgalc Itcpulili can gnln over 1001 of 'i'l.iKHi. The Third nnd Twelfth Consros Hlonal Ilistricts are surely Kepnblkan. the former by KKHI and Iho lalter by 1100. .\t the present gain l.onswortli and (joebcl are elected to Congi-ess by 1,''>,(HSI and 11,(HK1 lespcctivcly. Thc citv of Cincinnati is Republican by 'J-1.040. n gnln over last year of 'Jd.OiM. chainuan Dick claims thai cisiitccn ont of Ihe twenty-one Conf:ics.-;mcu arc elcilcl. Connecticut. New Ilaveii, Conu.—On ibe basis of the latest reports this State has soiic strongly Republican on the State tii-k- el. Congress and Leslslaluic. The re¬ turn of nil four Republican Congiess- iiicii with ninjorilles of from 2iiuii to 4IHX1 each Is nssured, as Is also Ihc clcc- tiiiu of a Republican Coiigicssmiin-at- I.arge by a innjorily of Ii),ikhi. ibo en¬ iire Republican Slate ilckcl with abont b'i.iHiil majority nnd eight Republican sheriffs, Slioi-tly before niidiilght the Demo- ciallc S'nie oi'gaiiizalloii conceded tho elecllon of the entire Republican tick¬ et, with the (lenernl .\ssciiilily safely Republican on Joint ballot aud the Re¬ publican plui-slily conservalively esli- luated al l.-i.bOi)—a gnln of-tTilrly-five per cent, over two years ago. Latest riturn,^ In ihe Leglslnture show 14,'! Itepubilcnn Slale Hepresenta- ilves and forty-nine Democratic, a Re¬ publican sain. Maaanchuaelta. Roslon, Mass.-Thc Indications arc that the Republican pliiiallty In lliN State win not exceed 2,-i,iHiii. Tiic Democratic vole throughout the State shows a uniform Increase of llfly por cent, aud more, -nhlle tbe Rcpublban vole Ih only nbout five or six per i-iiit. srcnter tliau it was two years aco Huston has ratber disapjiolntcd tlic Democrats, as Cnston's plurnllty Is only nbout 12.000. Fully JOOCX) wils expected. Tbe CongresslonnI dclcKalion shows n sain of on.- for tlic Democrats and will be Icu Republlcnns nnd four Hem¬ ocrais. be oulpou-.lug at tbe polls was tbc larsest In tbe history of tbc State, with the exception of I!WK>. New Hampahtre. Concord, -N. II.—The IndlcntloH.-, arc Ihnt Rachelder, the llepubllcnn cnmll date for Covernor. Is elected bv prob¬ ably 10,000 plurality. -Bhile the Iwo Republican Congressmen — Sulloway nnd Currier-nre re-elected. The Leglslnture is overwhelmlUKly Rcpubllcnn, nnd will re-elect for nn¬ otlier tenn of six years I'nited States Senator Jacob II. (Jnlllngcr. phiralitv. Tbc Democrats seemed to have elected all of Ihe sixteen Coa- sressmen. allhoush Ihc Republicans claiintd lliai Scoll. their candidate, is ebi-ted In tbe Klflccuth District. The Indications n-cre that the Consiilntion- reipilrliis a poll tax votiug had been nl airfcmlmcui i qnnliaciitlou for adopted. Florida. Jacksonville. I'la —There was nn op¬ posillon to the.Deiuocratic ticket. State or Consresslonal. The I.esislnture elrctcd will re-elect T'nited Slates Sen¬ ator Mallory to succeed himself, be liaving already bei'U nomlnalcd In- prl¬ maiy. Tbc proposed ConstltuUonal amciidmcnt. provl.llns for three exlrn niembers of thc Supreme bciK-li, wns ndopled. Mltalaalpiil. Jncksor, Miss. - The Cone:es!.innnI elei-iions caused barely a ri|i|ilc of in¬ terest. The Democratic nominees bad no opposillon. and as (be result the vole was extraordinarily Ilebt. The Coiisiliuiional amendments were prob¬ ably defeated. Oeorata. Allnnla, Ca. — Ceorein Democrats made a clenn sweep In the election, re¬ turns Khowins that the repreoenlnllon in Consress again will be solidly Dcin- oirallc, while the parly Slale Ilcket was cipially successful. I.onlalana. New (b-leans. La.- The fnll list of DemoeraUc nominees for Coiisress— seven under llic new apporlioiinient— >i'ns cleclcd. elcctCil by IT.m Inturo Is solidly > majorlly. The Legls- Republican. WyomlnK. Cheyenne. Wyo -l-'roni Ihe latest estimate the entli-e Republlean State ticket will be elected by not bss than 'iviai. Mondell for Congress wm win by nol less tlmn 5000, Wlieonaln. Milwnukcc, Wis. Returns from Ihe Slate Indicate Ihc rivclcclion of Cov¬ ernor Ln Kolleie iRcp.i by a plurality of al lenst .'d.OHil. The ConsreRsloual returns point .o the election ot ten Re¬ publicans und one Democrat. Tenneaaee. Naslivillc. Tenn. -The Democrats a.miiii elei-icd a Covernor of Tennessee mill a fnll State licket, liut Ihe Repub¬ licans held tbcir own in the Consres- sioiii'l districts bcrclofore Republican. and Ihe complexion of thc Slate's rep- i-esenlallon rcinalus the same, with cl,i;lit Demociats and two Itepublieans. \lrKlnla. Riehmoiid, Va.—All thc DemoeraUc ("'oii:;n'ssniiMi wcrc elected, except In one district, Uic Ninth, where Slcinp (Rcp.l probably has been elci ted. This would mean a loss of oiic Democrntie Coii- Sicssman for Virsiula. making thc State i-c|ireseiiiatiou nine Democrats aud Olio Itcpnldican. I!:ilUni. conliiiL' I Ihc Dem Maryland. Mil.-The indications, nc- lie latest returns, nre thnt lis bave re-elected mem¬ bers of Congress In thc Second and I'lUirtli DIstrli-ls of Maryland, nnd the liepiibllcans iu ibe Klrst, Fifth and SixUi Dislriels. TllC Third Dislrlct Is In doubl. There was no State ticket to 1)0 elected. Kanttickj. I.exin.slon. Ky.-The Dcmocrnt.s are vli-iorions In ten of the eleven Con- (.-ressional Distrlcls. the only Repub¬ lican winning being lioiclug lu the Llcvculh District. Korlli Pakota. rismnrck, N. D.- The ieturr<: sn fTt received Imlicale llle normal Republi¬ can innjorltles for Conitrest caiiilldaies and the election of Spalding and .Mar¬ shall. llfiMibllcans, to Ctinercts by 10.- 000 to 12.00(1 mnjorlly. The Republi¬ can Stnle ticket is probably elected by a somewhat sinnller majority. The LeslMature Is Ilepubllcan by n larsu niajorlly. and Ihe chances are favor¬ able to the re-election of U. C. llaus- brough as Senator, Washineton. Senttle. Wash.—The Indlentlous are that the Stale has gone Republican by about 2000 majorlly, wllh the elect ion of three ('onsrcssinen and ilie i-oulio' of thc Legislature, Nekratka. Lincoln, Nell. - Nebraska probaldy has gone Republican, but by a narrow- margin. Mickey (Rep.l has run tliglit- ly behind bis ticket, nnd Thompson (Fuslouisll has run abend. Indienllng tlie success of ihc rest of the Rcpubll¬ cnn Stnte Ilcket by probably lo.liiio. The Indications are thnt all the Ilepub- cnii Congressmen have ueen elecied, wilh oue exceptiou. MInneaota. Sl. Paul. Minn. -The Repnblieati Stnle .Ccntrnl Commitiee claims ihnt witb iho same nitbv of iuercas<< Ibnt iias been shown by the latest rcluins, Covernor Van Saul will have X,.ikm plurality. The rest of the Ilepubllcan State ticket is nlao elected. The Uc publlcnns claini the elecllon of nil Uie nine Consi'cssmen, but two dislricls are doubtful. Kanaaa. Topeka. Kan. - Tlic Republicans elected Ihe Stale ticket by liO.OOll pln- 1 ality. They elected seven of clslit f^oiigrcssinen. The Republicans will likely have the lloute of Representa¬ tives by a diminished niajorlly. Insur¬ ing Ibe election of a Cnited States Seu¬ ntor to succi-ed W. A. llaiTls. THE FIFTT-EIOIITH CONCnESS. RmOREVENTSOFTHEWEEIt WAaiini«TOK ITBMB. Too mncb bard work bas rauseil dlt- rontent among ofllccrs and eulittcd men In tbe navy. A decreaie of fifty per cent. In tbo hard conl production of the couniry for nine montbt of thit year -was reported from Washington, Captain K. P. Gllmorc, V. S, N.. waa retired as Rear-.\dmlral, Negotiations for naval stations are toon to be opened with tbc Cuban Gov¬ ernment, Advlcet received by the Stnte de¬ partment Indieate an early completion of the Pnnnma Cnnal treaty negotia¬ tions with thc Government of Colom¬ bia. Captaiu Cbapninn C. Todd, recently In commnnd nf the cruiser Brooklyn, will be retired as llcnr-.Vdmlral at bts own request. Secretary Rool approved tbe adop¬ tion of disappearing carriages for tlx- inch giuis, w-blch bat been bitterly op¬ posed by lleneral Miles. THE SABKATH SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMKim FOR NOVEMBER Ai oirm ADomi) isutitDa. General Sumner said tbat be was dis¬ posed to give the Bacolod Moros more tlmo to tnrreuder liefore dettroying tbeir forti and alrongboldt. The new military post at Manlln wns named "Fort Wllllnm McKinley." There have lieen serions political riots In Porto Rico, resulting In somo loss of life. ^ , North Carolina. rnlelgh. N. C—The Democrats have rolled np n mnjorlly of (iii.iKSI in .North C.uollna. and have elected a Lcsisla- Hire that Is ovcrwiiclinlnsly Demo- crailc. Tills makes it a certainly that liicie will be a Denioeratie successor for InliciI Slalcs .^enaior rrllchaid. Till' Deniocrallo Congressmen were elected. Illinola. Chicago.—The Republlcnns have car¬ ried the Stnte by between 40.000 nnd 4,''i.iKH». They control the Leslslnture by n snfe majority. Insuring Iho elec¬ tion of Albert J. Hopkins to succeed Wllllnm K. Mnsou In the Senate. Willi the Twenty - Hrst, Twenty - second. Twenty-fourth nnd Twcnty-Ilfth Con- picsslnnnl districts doubtful, they hnve elected sixleen members of Consrrtts ont of twenly-flve. nnd are prncllcally sure of three of ihese. The Democrats claim the First Dis¬ trict, but thc victory will be a nnrrow one. The Democratic llcki'I is i^afc In Cook County. Iown. Des Moines, Iowa—The Republicans have carried this Stale. The tlKlil was on the tariff question, the Republicans declaring for a inodlllcntlon aud the Democrats for a revenue basis. Seven Itepubilcnn nud one DemoeraUc Cou- Siessmen have been clei-tcd. Cliarli Soutii ( lire I'e. wilhnlll incn :i~,' .'Monli; State U -•^lo 'iU-ll l.'l-a Poulh Carolli n. S. C.~The liiua have eli 1 and Slate ¦ ¦liposiUon. The ¦Til :omi ikci Ibe Dcmoer: Alahama. Dem ,'et III re lllc -ly, Abl. '1'hc ! on a llslii vol ed •kci wa ocrats Uielr 1, aim. s a Iai • vote. Df c 1 ¦niof-ra s elcc-l of en list 'gc tic 'Cd by .'iO.dOii iilui-aliiy. The Lesislature ¦vvill bo Democrntie by more thnn KK) nnd will iv-olect Senalor Peitus. The Demociats have elected eight Con¬ gressmen. India This ¦iinsri Slate has It 20,111 Kl. Ohio. Columbus. Ohio— Uelur • rcceii -ll bv T* Banaana an ABtBar. ^ Devote at many honrt a dty as pos¬ sible lo not thlBklBg. I.,eara tu write one bnudred wordt a niinnte on the lypewTlter. Then work eigbt hours a day, Cet your name in the papers by doing auything Ibal will accomplitb your purpoee. Be a brigadier smertl. Inveni tome tuauge tlilct. Tlira write bookt to fit. Co to a war. I^'am to talk abont yourself. Ilenrlte nu aucunt plot. vVriic wltbont ceatmg. If yonr flral book doesn't tell -irc thtn ,1 million copies, don't be disiour- tged. Try agt in. Rrtd all the other books Then write somelblug at oeai' like tiici:i ;.s i it- ilble. Marry a pnbbshr.'a daugbler. Join aa autbor't club. Ry lending fooogb rath among the mtmliers, you amy get a ploi. Never refute am tavltatkin to diiiLcr, -Xew Terk Herald. Ii*aaaly«ataral ihat tbe maa who h mtmtttVy tmtt shoald m looked Killed In Faenllar War. (ilorgUi Calve, sixteen years old. and Giorgio Fuda. teventeeu. employes oi Ihe Iludsou River Wuler Power Cnin¬ pany at Spier Falls. N. Y.. were killed election day. They, with flve others. were croising the Hudson River in a bucket run on a wire when the buf ke; bit against the dam. Senntor CInr Be-Elertad. Senator Alexander S. Cbiy w,>> elecied by the Georgia Le;;islnluie the term of six yenrs lo the In; States Senaie. isit llalv Russian Faraannl Mention. The Czar and Ctarinn will ta Decembtr. escorted by sqoadron. Oom Paul Kruger hns, with tbe Kner delegates, leased three villas ul .Mcn- tooc. France, for the wiuter. Lord Cbarlea Beretford. whn bts Jnst ended a vltlt to .\merlea. has been made a Britltb Vice-Admlral. Geasfal Corbin la.vi tbat the British enlltled men "cannot tiegin in com¬ pare" la bralnt. educallon and iuii.a- tive with the American private aol¬ diers. The Prince of Wilet bat for bit liudy the smallett. least preteuiiout room st Saadringliam. It It lit by one H indow. General De Wet It reported to bsve taid: "It It bard indeed to he a peraon- aae who was far happier wben be wat only a peanal.' rir. EattmsB. a fnll-blooded Slonx Indian, hat wrlltea a book entitled "IndliE BoyiMod." He It a 4/ovem ment physieiaa la Korth Dakota. ARiert Santot-Dumoot wanit fl.OnO. OOO with wblch to ceatinne flylng-uia riilne ezperliaeats. la more icBscs thaa ailtaonrl.' St. I*uls. Mo.-.V light vole in the State and a heavy vote In the city re. iluicd the Democratic idnrality to nliout 2.'i.(i00, The eniire Democratic Stute tieket nnd fourteen ou'l of i-lx- leeii DemoeraUc Repriscuiatlvcs arc electwl. The Legislature will be Dim. Dcratlc on Joint ballot, but by a sbi:b:- Iv (lecroaseil majority. Wllllnm J, Slone. fnriner Covernor, wiil undoubtedly be elected lo succeed Senator Vest. DemiH-ral" have made bis sains, bm not bulflcii-nl to iipsel liic llepnbli. i-aii niajorllbs. The Rciiublli-anrf»:ivc. probably elected a solid Congress delc- satloii, Thc Republlcaus will lontrol Ihe Legislature on Joint ballot by forty majority. Texaa. Dallas. Texns.—The election in Tcx.",s passed off quiclly. Tbe Denioeratie Siati- tb-kct will have at least Ifyti.nim Scnator'a Son L'nder Arreat. Charles W Clark, son of I'nltnl States Senator W. .K. Clark: Ceorge H. Cleasey, Chairman of iljc Dcnincrallr County Central Conimiltee. and C. K. .\lsop. Iiemocratic i-nndidaic for lb p- i-escnitlive in the Stale Lcslslntnrc. and a Clark leader, were arrcstnl at Huite, .Mon., nh the charge of bribery ill eonueciion with the election. Fnrelaners In Coaatwlaa Trade. The Philippine Coinniisslon Is prepar- ins u plan'for opening coasini'i. traiie :o all foreign craft. Indianapolis, Ind. - pone Republican b Seven Republleau ( tlirc-> Doiuocrats have been elected. Three disirbts were in doubt. In the last Cnnci-csslnnal delegation llicie were niue RepuliUcans and three Dem¬ ocrats, Chairman Cnoililcli claimed lb" State for tbe Republicans liy ,'!ri,iil)0. He said thai Ihcy will elect ten oul of tiie tlilr¬ teen Consressmen. Chairman O'llrlcn claims that five DemoeraUc Consressmen are elected. Holh Chairmen ilalincd the Lesl.sbit- urc. i-'uller returns w-lll seiUe the meinbcrshlp of the Lesislature, which elects a successor to Senator I'ulrbauks. Michlcan. Detroit. Mich. - Later returns show Bliss (Rep.i Is ic-electeil Covernor by :III.IKI0 on n vcry llshi vote Tlic Re- liubllcnuN have also ciceieil eleven ('oiisressnicn ont of twelve and a Li-s Islalure which Insures Ihe relnrn of Ceneral ll. A. Alscr in ihe I'lilicd States Senate for Ihe full Iei in of six years. Tbe dcfcnt of John H. Corliss iRep.i for Consress in ihe Firsi Dis¬ trict is coneccled by Ihe Republicnu manasers. dm of l(ai mcmberK of the State Lesislature elecied bnt Icn arc licmoi-.iiis. The reclccilon of Mayor Maybnry iDcnii at Detroit Is assured. Calirornla. San Fraiiclseo. Cal.Tlic lalest re¬ turns show that Parilee (Kcp.i Is eleit¬ ed Covernor bv al least I"" al. Kahn Is elecied in Ibo F.ilinli (''^ri sslonal ilistrict. Loud (Ibp 1 is priimt'lv beat¬ en In the Fifth bv WvNn. TiS Itepub- lieans are sme of Ibe First, Third. .^Ixih. .Sevenlli nud Kigblh, 1,-if. the Sl .ond Is doubtful. I Tlia Bapnbllcnna WIII Have Conlrol of tha Neat Iiouae. Wnshlngton. D. C. The House of Representatives lu the FIftyclglitli Congress will be Republican. Precise¬ ly what the innjorily will be ii is im¬ possible to state owing lo Inck of re¬ turns from n number of districts nnd conllicting clnlms as tu certain oiber districts. According to the latest relurus thn Republicans hnve elecied '203 Repre¬ sentntlves nnd the Demociats 174. Ono hundred nnd ninety-four will be a mn¬ jorlly of the House. Nine districts are In doubt. Ill low-n Judge Rirdsall has been elecied lo succeed Speaker Henderson, dcfcailns Horace Boles iDcm.l In .Minnesotn Loren Fletcher (Rep.l has been defenied by John Lind iDcm.l Tbc issues weve tnrilT reform nnd reci¬ proclly with Cnnnda. In Nebraska, where Mr. Rrynn nindc a tremendous errorl in behalf of ihe DemoeraUc and Fusion candidates, the Reimlillcans have elecied five nul of Ihc six Consressmen. All Ihe Fusion candldnlcs have been benten nnd one Democrat bns bem elecied. In Maryland the Democrnis bavo mnde n cnin cf two Representatives. The present House of Rrpresculn- livcs has n nicniberslilp nf ,S,">7, wllb a Itepublican inajoriiv of forlvthicc, which orlslnally was thirty-nine, but was increaseil by the rie. tlen nf I..-..-. Icr (Rep.l In New York and Ihe senlins of Moi-Fo (Ucpl In Kentucky. Tiiere will be 3S(! members In the uexl lloasc. Pau! Rcpul li Sonth Ilnkola. Minft.-The Sl <.'on>mlII mil liiiknia aTt III vote shows that t>e'Staiitiickel is | rush and confusion RAIN OF DEATH. rremalnre niarharte of Kli-cllon Flre¬ worka Kllla Manjr In New lork City. Now York Clly. — Twelve persons were killed and more Iban llfty Injured at 1(1.10 o'clock election nisht by an explosion of tireworks In Madison ave¬ nue, between ,'J'wenty-rourlb and Twcnty-ftfth streets, in n premntiire celi'bralinn of Coler'a victory, which at that lime seemed assured. Thousands of people tilled Madison Square and the avenues in the iielsli- borhood of the lireworks, crowdlns up to within Ilfteen feil of the groups of bombs which caused the catastrophe. (Ine mortar exploded preinnlnrely anil sel off four groups of llie mortars each, which turned themselvi-s n|ion the multitude like a scythe of lire nnd mowed down the speclnlors. Tbc lisl of dend us reported at 2 o'llock n. ni. wns ns follows: Nntbanlel Binslcy. thirteen yenrs old: Matthew Cnnley, twelve yenrs old; Ciinsello (iessueto, Iweuty-one yeura ..Id. died in Bellevue Hospltnl; Mhliael Rcsan. policeman, Cliv Hull squad, back crushed, died nt Bellevne: Hnrnid Iloblee, Icn years old. sou nf Milton S. Roblec. proprietor of Holel Barlhnldi. lop of head blown off: Joseph Arbor, twenty-one years old: William C. Fee- ney. fourteen years old; James Fenner; Frank Merrill, fourteen yeart ohl: (ieo. Rltx: Dennis Shea, imlleenian. Fourth I'reiincl, head blown off; nne unldenll- Iled body, one thnt of a cnlore<l boy. The list of Injured dnes not include siores whose hurts were only slight and who hurried awny from the si-eue of llie accident wilhout reccivius Ireaf- nii-n1, nnd some whose unnies were not takeu nt the hntpltals owing lo the DOKBSTIC. The President went tlinoling for wild turkeys nt Mnnnttat. Va,. uud viiited Ibe Bull Rnn batUeflcld. Tba Protector, a ncw submarine bont. was luccetsfully launched at Bridgeport. Conn. Eleven children from Cnba on their way to Mrs, Katherine Tingley'a Theo- sophist colony at Point Iximn. Cal„ were held at New York Clly pending aui Invettlgatiou. Conl sblppera believe a famine Im- penda In Tennessee, North and South Carolina, vrrgloia and Georgia. As a remit of domettic troubles Motes Wlison, a farm band at Leroy, N. v.. kiUed hit wife and bimselt. The Orand Jury of Plymouth. Mass., Indicted six men for nlleged participa¬ tion In tbe tar nud feathering of Mra. Clara F. Potter aud James McDonald In August. Tom I* Johnson, Mayor of ClcTclnnd, Ohio, bit with bis flat a cily employe who called bim a liar. Three men were killed by an explo¬ sion of gas In tbc Lost Run mine, at StrnitviUc, Ohio. After n quarrel Peter Grant, of Cole¬ man, Wii„ killed hl8 wife and tben fa- Ully tbot bimielf. Drugged liquor Is supposed to bavo cnnsed the denth of seven loldlers In tbe National Home, at Marlon, Ind.. within two weeks. Tbe mystery surrounding the killing of J. P. LIugeld. st MilledgeviUe, Os., was cleared up wben bit brother Peter surrendered and coufeiicd tho crime. The Mexican Oovcrnment Is nego¬ tiating 'With New Vork banken tor gold to placo Us currency system on a more stable basil. Lafayette Hull, at Lancaiter, Ohio, wns neeidentally shot dead while duck sbootlug by Clnrence Lonmli, a friend, who afterward attempted to kill him¬ self, rarmcri aud telegraph llnemeu had a baltle at Rochester, N, Y., wblcb tbc Sheriff bad to quell, ten farmers being hurt nnd thirty-three linemen arrested. Bishops Rtariha ond Keane were con- lecrated at tbc cathedral In 8t, Paul, Minn. Seven men were aeverely hurt nt Chicago in a riot cnuicd by itrikeri Interfering with bill potters who bad taken tbcir places. The monitor Wyoming, tried off the Paclllc coast, made 11,8 knots. Ten citlr.ertai nf Tlnwllns Green. Ky., were Indicted for preventing reglttro- tlcn of colored voters. Burned to death In their homo, Will¬ iam, Albert and Julin Wlcklngsou 'wero found al Kikhorn, Wis. The postoaice at Oyster Bny, L. I., ordered opened on Suuduy ¦while tbo President ivas nt his summer bome, was ordered to bo closed on the Sab¬ bath. Aftor fatnlly shooting Mrt. Charles A, Cooper at Pueblo, Col,, because the , refuted to mnrry hlin. Frederick Itob- | cits, n wenlthy foundrymau, killed himself. Sntijecti Jaaa«m*t rutlBg Aaalttt ItaK niT., i4-a»-«*iaaB Tatt, Jata, BBlTw 18—Memnry Tattat, 14, tt OlBlttIB tnrj am Ika Oaj'. I.*ataa. 14. "Now therefore." In Tlew of th* fact thai Jehovah hta broagbt yoa ttrlh wilh such » mighty ktnd. "VWr tl« I.onI." Reverence the Lord and tlPlm cirefullv Wforv Him. Think of Hu Btajai- ly and respect Ilia authmity, aad rtmtm- lier Uiat Hia eve la ever a|ma yoa, Almra make Him thc object of. aU ynar wonhm. "SerAc Ilim." IVrform Hia wdl; obt» HIa coinmaiidnienta. "In aincerity tad ia truth." Withoot h.\i>ocTity. The Litia word from which out "liBeerity"^ denotet "honey withont wax," purily. The Greek word it oooU aome tn b« founded ea the idea i thing held up in tke tayt of IM i proveil to be without tptek ae Saw. nway the goda," It woold tatl worda thtt there were fOme i who privately kept the inagtt or which had belongeil to their The Kodt which their toicfitheiB ahiped were (1) the mdt ot tht CkaltaMk They worshiped flra, liriit and the taB< aad made itods to them. (S) The iaMMs war- ¦biped by tbt Bgyptiaat wbi^ <•*•* tta ape, aerpenta. vegeUliItt, tte. Tht iohth- iUntt of CtaiiB alto wonUped Uo!^ which would becoBM a-tnare lo Tirael aa¬ leaa they put tway all htatbse wlwhlp. Joahiia ttw that they coald Bot bejjamo in divine worshio and.Bte tdOto. "Oa tts other tide of the flood.' river," R. V. Thtt . phrntct. in Mesopotamia t Abraham canie. 15. "If it Mcm evil," II it Item aaalw nr inexpedient. "Choott ymt," ete. UllF Kliiah on Carmel <l Kiagi 1»: «). tffAtt' rtllt upon the people to at onee < to whom ther we«ld ttrre. Thigr I harboring idolt (v. SS) aad them in ttcret, while opealy t ¦en-c Ood. It was high tiato Ter < , cr.vae. Tbe whole hope ot the Batttal pended upon a whole-hearted eervioa tt ij hovth. There wat no good them to defer thc mttteT a tii«le aMatSHt. "Aa for ine and my hoate." .Tothaa tt oat- spoken. Hia deciaion waa BMde ataav ;-etra before thia. He alto leselTSS isr his family, kit children tnd tcryaatt saCtMB It were under hit oara and laflaeaM aaa protectian, . ^ , , 16. "The people tntwcred." Att thaJMa. nle "retnonded to hit o^l hy laal aM hearty declarationt ot tbeir ditlimlaad faithfulnett to their eoveaaat With M»- vah." Whatever had hsia their 4at thv wrre not ready to fonake the tsreial il God. 'Mey reply with tiaattt. laavlag aa mom for doubt. Jothna did eearywiig poaaible to confirm their deeitiea aatita reniler it enduring. Ht caatad them to ni. peat it three timet (vt. 16, Sl, M) JaaB time in stronger terrat tad in elisiat ant., Nor waa it in vain, for it lattea|ir ¦ Pgtlo Iteneration, at long tt tbt JMupM HMo «la made thit choiee, V. 91; Jud. Si T. ' ..a 17. 18, "Kor the Lord onr Ood.''llU. The people ground their ptomian el MM- ity for the future on tbe dMUaas arQad wilh them in Iht past: 1^ TMr iW««r> tnce from Egypt. ' wrought in thnt Itnd. tions in the wildernett. . .^. of the Amoritct. "Thttefon wiHwis Joshua wnuld not bt perwitta*'M'I tlone in hit choice, for thsy w*r* tame mind, and would claim ths i wilh him. 19, "Yo eannot terre the Lord." cannot in your own ttrength, whaO clinging to your idolttry and win ha ..ni-MM.nj,Mf«.i *<Ab w«w n..An n. it,' beyeoinSe sT .iatBdlBUr,.wMws Memaaate eedodS^aa aaiimiaB " att: I, Tlair aiB»ll Hale John I KllUa. llale Johuson. flftyeigbx ycnrs old. of .S'lwton, 111, camliilat*- for Vlce- ITi'slileni ou the PiolilbliitU rlekel in nam, was shot and killed nt l.b.. Ill . by Harry Harris. Johnson ac. f aip.inleil an otii.er wb.) ma.le a lew on siimi> poultry .iwm-.l l.y Harris. A .liftl.ulty arose and Harris, who rcKoiitcl John son's aet. »,liiit liixi. Johnson m-i.-.l f..i- a p..nllry ci.iiit.anv for wlilch he w-:,s manneiT. Il.-irris aflerward enibd Ins own life by inklns poison, ilyin-,- in LT-at «s"uy wbile in Vharge .if ili - in lil c. Bo; Killed at a Oaner. Al Altoona. I'a.. Ambrose Cdil, ngi tlfleen, was shot t» death nud Blaii and William Dodson, nsed sixleen an nineteen years res|>eclively; Mrs. Liz-] 1 :'.ie Shtmbaughand Mrs. Rachel lirod. an- und- r nrrcsl chsrced with the mm llir. The thre.-. former are (Niusins Mrs. Bioile Is their nunt Mra Br,.de i» worth «.Vi.i«»i. She was sivlns a .lance and a crowd of boys .-olictd outsldo. p.rrinc In th.> wiolowj. Tin women and the D.-idsons went oulsi.le nn.l s.iiue nne firt-d Into ihe crowd witb n revolver, (iehl was shot In the link aud died In nn hour. Ihawsr Olaanmia .\ f.imlilli,. ..f .Xnicriran an.l Kur.. |if an linotype iiianufm lurcrs Is contcni plated. I.arse .luantitics of cbinawnre nre ins slii[i|,,..i from Cermauy to Jo- liami.-sl.iinr. .'»ouUi .4frlcn. listens of lb.. .National McKlii Vene inala'a BtBalllon Crnahad. Tbe Veueziielnn Cuusul-Ceueinl in Ncw Yoik has received tbc following cabicgraiii: "Caracas. Revolution to. tally .•rushed by flnal victory. Mntos II fusiUvc—Torres Cardenas. Se.-ic- lary lo the President." rinofi Npellera Ara aom. Dr. Edward Hrookk. SuperfVitcndcnt r I'ublic Schnolt, I'liilndelpbiu, says c usrees wllli Professor Scoll, of licblsan I'lilvirslty, that sood spell, rs uri. born, not made, and thnt tln- -..•nicu lead. ramlna la taa rhUlrplnaa. The Philippine C«miiii»aiou hns liecn for...I to lake heroic measures lo r.- licve 111.' famluil conditions prcvaillni; In the nrciil|K>lago. If has ni>|iropHaicd «-.'.i»ai.iiO(i iMexicnni to purchate rice and to clinrter vessrlt to larry tbe sup- lc.r.\le'innriarAsso"cValiolVwiii"uoriVnrt j l''"'* '" "'" differenl islands. , struetlon •lulll $.'^0,000 hoa been 1 raised Itu-sian nrw-spnpers desiring to pnb- lluli only certain pnriinna of Ihe official '¦'-lirt news Lave to submll the nbbre- viai..l ii.WB to the -Ministers of the nrt. Ill.ln Twa Baaiaa In Oawaa* Canal. Th.- Imdlcs nf .Mr tnd .Mrs Ceorse (¦;.irk wi-rr fuuud strajipcil locctber in the ffswego Canal mar Mud Uirk. N Y. Clark wns aijiv two vcirs old and worked ni odd J.il's His wife was forty Coroner .Maiihewt prouoi:!;..d it a clea-. as.' cf s.i:. Me. ins liavi- ordered a marble ' monuni. nt lo mark the battle of | \V.,und.-.| Knee. S D. Timber la U-iog exporiwl from Rot- iiiH lo Souili Afrii-a lo be u»<-.l in r.-- ; bnil.liug farms destroyed during the | Colorta Ca-K>l Laavat. Isabella ElllK. ihe colored co-ed who as a cause of discord In Cliapln Hall Norihwesterh Cniveraity. Cbicag.i. IS alitiidouiil her efforiH lo recnier .. Insilintloo. Laat af Faa sl, Mrs .Mara Fox S: 'lie oidcft gcneratiou le:: family aud oue cf ib Head. . t; e Is't cf :.c ,-r!"'jrirtMl Fox alauiV, war. .K commiasinn of .Mexican commer¬ cial experls has siarlwl Ihrousb South .Smerira lo sei- what cnn be ilone to ' ;'en un irad.' bciw-i-eni Mexi.o and S'.nUi .IniiTlcnn ci,nnu>». Cf llie 47.000 persous 1 f-~r emplnvment by the Govern Peril «mi.a-blgu!'vUo were tbe orlgttu.ora of moderiN I;;;,/ •;U''*j;:;',''''^^^^^^^^ oaa with such to. j .p.r.tn.llsm died a few day. ato lu i rom^u^u,"^.'^'nL''.:Jf':id''Tri:; I Ntwarg, >, T., af ed clgbty-flve years. Colouabla'a Caaal Oaataada. The uesi.tiuiiont for tbe lierfecllon nt 1 Panama Caual I'rcaiy. whhh htve nea sii»|>«n.lfd for teveral wi^ks. vere virtually rer.< wed when Senor 'oncha Colombltn .Mlniaier. called on i.ci-eiary Huy al the State Dr|>ari- nent. Wsthlngii.n. Ciioinbia does d.4 vant to yield nbsolule eontrnl of Ihe trip, nn.l wuuld make a leate for only 1 l<x» yctrs. The pri.e has Ueen rtltcd were ex j fium t7.'j<iO.'j<jO lo »Ui,.j0O.00o. Thlrtaa»-Caat FaMsat Staaa. Cummltiloo St.OOO pasted and 13,000 I Tbe new tbineeo-cem pottage sump fsiied. I bai beaa iMoca at .WMbtaft«l>> O. ti. roREtair. The Ualvcrelty of Ilnllc. Germany, celebroted Ilt quadrl-centcnary. Oeueral De Wet atnrtcd from London for Sonth Africa, He was heartily cheered by those wbo bad gathered to see blm off. The Coroner't Jury at Liverpool. Eng¬ land, returned a verdict of murder against McKeever, tbe alayer of John Kenilt, tbe antl-RltualittIc crutader. Emperor Wllllam appointed Privy Oounclllor Theo Lewald <<erman Cnm- mltiioner at tbe 8t, Louis Bxpotltion. An order hy Secretary Brodrick re- quiring volunteeera tu tpeud lis dayt In ctmp ot a flxed period it hurting tne recruiting movement In Great Britain. Retlilenti on tbc Isthmus nf Panama are Indignant over the Colombian Gov- emment't delay in the canal treaty ne- gotlttloni. Premier Barton, of Auttrnlis, prom¬ itcd, during thc uext tettion of the Federal Parllainent. to introdnee a bill granting cuttomt prefeieuco to Creat Brittln. Thc Boer commsndsnt VilJoen wrote lo Earl Roberts aud offered hit terv- Iret to tbe British Army If Iloert are enlisted tn take Ihc fleld againtt tbe forcet of Ihe Mullib Iu Somaliland. Alfred K. Jetsup. of New York Clly, wat appointed chief aisayer ot the Chl- mse Miut at Tien-Tilii. Ix)ttei by tbe recent flre at Amoy, Chion. WM-«j J'.non.OOO In ihu uallvc quarler. nnd $.100,000 In ilut Britltb concession. Mnny deaths from the cholera have occurrnl In Jerusalem and other placet In I'alesllne. Tbere Is much dittresi Ihrough lack of medical aid. In France the ttriklng conl mincra tnd Ihe operafort decided to refer the qucallnn of an Increase in the niluert' wngei to arbltralion. Hear-.Vdra Iral Casey adopted a new policy oB the Itlhmut of Panama, per¬ nillling the traosportatloni of Colom-^ blan iroopi on the railway trnint witb-' out Amerlcnn guards on board. Cholera la decreasing In Southern Ruatit. Anieriean nrt collectors were told fo remove wllhin six months their exhib¬ its I. ut to the Soulh Kensington Mu- teuui. The Irish memberi of the Brillth Parllanieot. having sained Ihelr cud In forclns ihe illtcosai'in of coercion, have nl.nnduncd tny further Ptrlla- uieiilnry canipaign pending ih« returu of John K. Redmond. Tbe llallrnad Commltsirm nf Cnba grauted to the Cuba Railway Compaoy. the right to regltter $20,000,000 of stoi-k Ar.hducbess Kllzabelb of Auttria was betrothed (« Prince Aloyte Ton Ll. bleutleln. It wna reported in I^ind.m that J. I'lerjMinl Mo.-L':in bad paid t'ir.ikki for Ihe uiauus. rlpt of Rutkiu't "Seveu Luni|>« of Archliei <uii'" rh? I'rui. c of Plett will-/rpi-caeat LiiiiM-ror William at ihc uprning of tbe .Venr Yoik Chamber of Commerce. 1^ Kuitlao MinUler of KInaiico WV^ dlamltied 2u0 ofllclals for Irragn)^' dnrisf U« SlbarUB tttpocttop unregenerated. "An Soly _.-. ,_, _ holy in Hia ebaraeter. and will ael oKrir Hia peaple to be deflled by lay^waail worship. "He i« t ieidont Oed.'^tbtt al¬ together unlike tht godt ot tht aaMtw nr,pund. and if they would tereo Bla mtf muat make Him the hbdiett objiet ot iMt love nnd devotion. "Will not tingito iHalT sina." Jtalher, will not ptat by ymr ilaaaB if taking no notice of them. He arfll aU Inlerrite ain. The explinatioB it that wffi* God ia forgiving to tke tnly paaiMiit,~ vigorotielv punithet til inoorrimie liar " 5(1. "Then He will turn." TM'isi lerahly fixed in Hit tttitude t wtril the repentant tinner and t righ leona. He never ehangei, hat Sl We ihansc He atsumtt difftrent attitadss t*> ward us, tt wa put ourtelvta la dwteiBl Klaliona to Him, See Jer. It: MO. "Da inii hurt," ctl-. They cnuld not dtar Ood'a . noodnest to them, but Ho made a law sna if they tranaKrctaed the wmth of Qod - would cerUinly ftll npon them, Tbey lixcd their own puniahment. 21. "We will aerve the liord." They on- deralood Joshua'a meaning, and dtidlN Uiry -irill nnt cause Gnd to turB «ad do Ihrm hurt. Whnluvei- lie rsquirea at to^ hand they pledge Uieintelvet to be ohs< lllent, Tliev promiae to put from among thrm anything thnt hindera.Ood from hM- ing their hest ,ilTectiona.- 22. "^^'illlr«nea' againtt vonrtelvte." Thev htd derided nnd publicly promitsd lo obey, acceptiiig the conditiont ol blew- loua bir obedience tnd punithmeot for il»' nbcilience. Their conacienoe will be thsir uil nrst, judge and executioner. AaoWNP witness waa the written wori| (r. SI), Ma a third wis n great atone tct np at a mta*- imnl (V. 271, whieh wonld coBttoBtly )•• mind them of their promiae. 23. "Pul away." etc. Prove yoor iBtea> lions at once. Begin ths work of ittorOlr tion Iwfiirc your liearti harden tgauit vnur iiromiae. Iitt the hetrt tBeliaa ta* nard God, and Ihe acts nf the lifa wUI har- monite wilh tht divine will. ' - 24. "Will wa terve tnd obey." ftt ' thought of prompt tction did not ehaifl Ihrm, but only aettltd their miads Mifa fully. The belter thev aadentood tie more determined wera tBty te obey. 25. "Jnthut mide I coveasat." A jota- nant had Ixen coneluded by Ood SB Mali tvilh lariel tnd tolem'nly ratified. tU. ttt ' :o. I'hia cnvenuit Motet had leatwed ia the field of M<^b, Deat. SI: I. JeiisM nlin had been iftteflt tt tbe rstH^tlsa -if bot'j the i>rr\'1out rovcBtats, rSBOWB il now, and douhtlett with sagutt eeiaMMMl RIvan la UiatsiMBe atsatsaSi _The riveri^ of limcttoBO rtglias, i Ini lu tbe Btltimon AaMricaa, trei ually becomiBg tablemasOa, Kaee, it hat been kaown that the OaBnhl I ¦nme of itt wttar throufh aiai' liaaurea in tht limcttoae, tiod ia 1 in the river eoloecd witk fla (le.ired tixty houn later ia t Atch, near liske CoBitSBce. . drainage of thit great rirtg Is.l b] he ptttiag into tbs vslWy ol the 1 I>rofeatar Penek now pndMa a I' .-rrate of thit anderinmnd dn' Ihe fintl ntult ot I dry vsHey I ^ ingen and the planginaiato tha f.^- Ilie river froa tbove. The ftolba ia lali mil the Kocet netr TrIetU have hsaij ready cot ot m tbit way. 5 1 tbe air ftmtrot to a jet I I rhMi> second of an inch ia widthrilliI iik>yed every tiaM t car it to ha Imt oBly oeeatioBally, Iwiat le that tba illeraato ertrhsaliiiat i mort thta dwtiBgb OMtaflfaaefa aetiettlfc Tbe coat of modera origiaal teem eompared with tbat of tat patt set forth by Profettor Deitsr la _^ dentiti addreai btfon the Britieh^ tion. He obUiDtd (rati tbe hMk a royal ittttitutiea the aetaal lalwy i by tbe inatitution darii^ tha ypd reara for expcnmtntal laqa drmonatratinn, whieh WBt_Mi,HK fer aa tvrrage of MOm . yttr^ tWstjT* mailer la fierceived wbtB il it statei t&t 111)' Ciimegin inttilntion will llignil ia aae Vf .ir of na much mooey tt the awaken sl the royal inatitution txptadadtaHf|BMa. Vaw Caws •¦ Ulialie. Cnwi tra tctrat ia lalwaliT, t ia difficult to fc«m thsm la thai ther. The aatiMs fsal .. the wiatar aa^ Tb* milk la kept I '""^."'Jl^Sr'WgmO'Pim xza'tjP^'^ Ihe entin uae any bi btml and Tigoro, aaaw binalinn mt eric buoebtd oa the tbe auapiaet of Club at liord'a. btpUytd^
|Title||Nassau County Review 19021107|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19021107|
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A FAMILT »EWSPAPB« OF LOCAI4 AMD GBNKBAl. ISTRI.I.ieKSC'«.
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FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1902.
^ B. A. Dorlon
DONDED AUCTIONBER VratyMt^ V.t. .
njamin D. Homan
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lONC FOB AM AUTUMN DAY.
st SbOrtOS tCOIXABB,
8a)lea dtr, sad a tea
That beam itt tonbre brettt; 'Ami A wind tbat dirgtt ettttltttly
Ib bUwl BBTttt.
It £lit)M tt a Mty-tidt flower; 04* Staring tpirit betrt ao ptrt U tbt gioamiag boor!
Knt It the ikr (ber eytt!) And bright it tk* IBB (her tmile!)
Aad then it t right of ptrtdite For a drtaning whilt.
Johfi P. Wright
OBNBRAL AUCnONBER yvtspit*. ir. »
ttm VCARS' .¦XMHWNGI
THE STRAWS OF DEATH
o Mvalry Was SsttM «k tks PMvUm.
•M* Pd BBdaa Bnkbtd. VK« Tlltaf* mt Bodns wat itartkd hy tks dlSeisTety tbat tbs Bsnk of lo#iMi. «r which O. K. Knspp It tbe yroprtetor. bad been robbed and the Mts «aaWistely wrecked. InTettigs- " iHwwtd thst ^»ward ot asooo bsd '"'¦ (t«M the safe. Thslaterlor lak pMsmted a woefnl sight I mm ^r^ked, the heavy In- mmt blown entirelr otity, I wtrajna^s to Mow open WgHilMtodhrtheman. t|i«;Aoo*. was shattered '^|«j^*UM. The •(Kr plaees in the twAi Witt which to bUekHilth ,ab09 ot Ahra- * " I sad a big
tltttet hWswar tskelh Otber tnoli .'WSN oMaiMd fiom the carnsge bnild- teg smUlSbmeBt of (ieorge Hendrlck- saa, hm hack of the blackimltb ibop. ' Tha lobbera left no clue.
Qlfl IlarBav In Tmnaart. The olber day a eoad-lnoking yonng ttfitm struck Nlagsra Falli and got a lab aa helper In a barber ibop. The ttatMlto of the place took a liking to Btat OD acceoBt of his pleatnnt man- »atB aad hs became a farorlte. He tttmt t boarding place on Butfalo are-
' aas aat appeared destined to grow vp IfWh tka Mty. Howerwr, tbe landlady 'tt tki.boaMlilc home penetrated the ¦Hig.dlsf Ise snd It wat revealed thai tho t)arl)er's helper wat a young Wgrnaahl aua'a rlolhei. chief nf I'o-
~'Jm Maloaey Invited her to bcadquar- %% giif aha' aehaowledged the faet. tmSmi that her name waa Belle Chad- tty aad that her home had Iieen In 'OhlCM**' Relieving her rhaneet tn •an a living were better at n mnn. aha hailAsaaed tmutert and took ihe ¦•¦• of tfttoy Btuder. 8be wat made ta chaacs her dren and wat allowed tv'laave Um city.
WiawB OtSt Uma iMt Jawala. Twenty years sgo Ihe retldeuee of Uia, Ooni U. Rlllolt. In OKdenthurfT. waa fobbed of Jewels worth «100a Ma traas ot the Jewels wat found, nnd a (ew years later Mrt. Blllloh moved to fltoehester. A *bw dsyi sro the poat- ¦aa dlllvsred to Mrs. Rlllott a Utila Mwaa box, made up of enrdhoard, Vatehed together roughly, nnd wben It 'was opaaed sbe found, earefiilly rolled ap ta cotton, tbe mining genii. The haa bole the postmark of Pretroti. On- tattot Oaaada. Among the Jewelt re- tnhmt vas a unique, long, heavy gohl Chala. made by Mm. Elllotfs butband, Who took the gold from a mine biroieir. JDach uak had a gold dollar attached.
I«vMs^aniTnl. WatMlns or. Miss Lena Clark and James Mahar were to hare been lunrrled at 8odm at the bome of Mr. and Mrt. A. If. dark, pareats of the bride. Two hnn- laisdlBTttatlona bad been Ittned. we