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The daily palladium. (Oswego, N.Y.) 1890-1908, November 04, 1890, Image 1

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m L . -iX X V H - Q B W 0 O ■ T U E S i ) J ; T - .B lV E N -m G , N O V E M B E R 4 , 1890. ,E S T A B L I S E E D U?J$ I E ? ¥ , 0 E K ’ S C M M _ S , : t O- m y ' s 'Q O V E lStN w R H lL I i . , T A B ir . M p B L r ^ . i? o is« ir p r T g o d tilftt *5* ■ ‘ N Q tp O B 6 ~ N 6 w J t m ».ep # v e < l ■. ' a h A a d i t l o n a l (?pn»rM 6J!iiW Q ftvqrnoy B ,m « W V 1 i 3 b e c W E % W a 5 o r 3 ^ ^ Itei» 0 ,'O f I P te r e B t fr o m -PoB o lsta ' •_ ^ -ia n d s . - ' • .^ ... ■■ ■ K S S S S c S W 3 S S 3 S S 1 ^ thto tchetae w o w ld r e t r m th«Ir ■ steps. They hsTe d o r ^ p u b l ic-^ t i- •. • • s s s f t j a a . ’ s s d g a ■'-'-S 6 ltH ; S r il 5 ,S F . S S S - tivea tq. bis census epumeration. X ie> tracfe ncthip g that I have said. -> 'l H V A U D S H O T E L W h a t a Somerset. Pa., County Man UhinkB o f i t a n g ^ e Surgical . Institt^to Located a^ u fifalo, H. •W.H, Killer, of, Y^o bas been aunering Tor deSil^ quarter of a centory from an affection r of theJridne 38 ,rMultiPAJnthe:nj§ce 8 <-it^^ •of a, surg( 0 !a. 0 Pfi!atLoM»:M«f coneultJngj and being treated by a number of our 'owndootors, aa 'weU a s KceivinK the tr^fnient'andadvioo of eoma of the • — . — L —-r-.^oaiii,jnenoJL the abovs institurei aui inaottrlaattdent. After-'dua correapondeUco 'with, the World’s Dlcpeneary Medical Awoolatioo, oprietOTS o f the Inyalids* Hotels he acquaint they pt* theneceseary arranj qoired iroatment. ere and after ^ I th the abundant u » ^ V h e ioetno tiine i n jnaWng ------- aehta for the re AFT$R A .YEAR’S T H E H E W L A W aTrest of about halC a dozen pereoas for ’a t o C h icag o B e a l f i a t s t o STAISB E L E C T IO N S'S racdsb . N. TLJ N o V. 4. —Eltctio £ r s \ r r S ; . ^ . ' ; ? / e IlCTOJiE Koir. 4 - 4 ^ : ». C o tta g e s, b o u a ee, E n d & » « w il! to M h u tit fo r th e ta , T h e o la G tw a t aboutrthl# new ttMiHpfjSotnting e o n s S M W S s f e j f e s a f ' s . “ « 5 . ' t S A gg'^y?^ P ettereoiiN« g. w U l b a j ^ ^ -f^ a o d - a w o r r laT w V o t^ ^ ptahaWy a t h i r d 'o f the whole num b er oeioe in by ton o’clopfc ;U>OVM.r« .UUM-OT, < 3 eorg 0 s-Wyndhami private ecorelary to thethief iM«tary, left Ddbliu »• TtStt his moroing*on » tour over the Iway in Done- ?ortiidcwQ and ■ SQf O’clock this moroing*on » f routes o f the proposed raila R sl, T h e tr a in p a ssed P< toabatto without dense -^JdnibfiiitE made.. DOBtm, m et nam e ____ _ _ a toadaide at 8ohull.'lnve6tigatioo ebow edtbat he bad been murdered. One man h a s been aneeted on, euspioioz^. of teing implicated in the ctlmq, P aris ,' N ov . 4.— An extensive anar­ chist movement * as beeb discovered at 'Lyons. Five arrests have been made, ard others are expected; lers a re expect L okdon , N olv .. 4 - r- 0 « ing to iHneee Mrs. N avarro (LMatr Andereon) w illU p t return; t o Amertoa *or eonie t ime. AT.r>KfO T H E L A g a iS. t ^ t e s l i G o e a lp A b o u t VawBola am d _, ytoiaixi. Goloheaterj 4 ; The iron steamer Eey., noldanf the Laha Erie Transportation .^m p a n y a d d WaWwhBaUroad line took' fixe while en roqce.froUi Boffslo to To* ‘ tbt’aud *a«* beached hair a Hookett’a -The cargo litdolast nigh m ile iS^eat.of jmomieaQirlly expsoted.. After remaining for \' w b g r ^ o u tectdvo the kindest and bwt- » iteatm tat, and where patiettte ate loth to leave, after.ffcsvery, he returned to hm family and f rlende a cored and happy *°In rivtog this to the paWie Mk. Miller ■ wiehee to say that ho owee the afOteeaH 'estitate n< *’ aabaeititedyno - A-Pptjsf Opld Tound; ' N p v . 4 .— O n . tb a O W J Bupetchomeetead, Just W e etet -Argen- * ' line. & 0 ., JVaa fotuida pot p f gold 6»i i ranginj ^ tojiao. John E u p e r t a o d J i IftW ay w ere o n a v a tln i mdaHononthoBuiteol _____ tpet’a piox it luck a c m e lhlngiutd-aad ew mornente o taents work dieclosed i s c l o ^ su im n B u f f a l o , N ov . # — A t d a y 'o rea k .ornlog thereT^waa a n in c h o f en o w ith p g ro u n d w b fth so o n m e lte d leax - - o-,ffiv etreeta in ' a elnsey c o n d ition;' th e h illo te . m * l h i »ud 8 cleared b y n o o n a n d th e su n sh o n e E lm e b a . N . T , N ov 4 -— ^The voti H e l' b jg b tly , T h e v o tin g tinder th e n o w in A lm ir a prtiopede v e r v -^ ie tlv — M uoU neltoj, leawina (or nrdsy And by a ctual c o u n t tbepot. (aip^.f5,000 in ^ I n a rim ing fioi way* wero^^en a ^tteg**foE*™ r Fogreasel very smoothly, e x cept in ignoraooe te sbo w o '^ ^ O t o w ^ f the ■f ju n d a H o n o n thosuiteofano ld utahfe, in s t a n t ^ a n d tho»indioatlona are workings of the new law . ^The d iy is Buper’a pio k ii juok Bcmelhing; hard-and vote will be palled: ; , Jelou-iy.-^buinot stonur, a n d tne^road» om a nifmber o f polling plao re than‘50 pjr cent, of th e vo a few m work d su _ _ ___ kettle o f five galloua capacity and c o t - phjmptly a t -6 o’clock this momini e r ^ w ith an iron lid. W h e a thalidw a a — * ■ - - • • ■ koocked off a. shining heap o f gold waa revealed. T h ere were cnins o f yaxioua of theta o»' datep precediing ttry are in fair condition, ig I jj ,a.oviuo iroma nutnberof polling places “ ?•* _______ EuoBi, N Y-> Nov.; 5.—Governor rvalueSt many o f theta o»' datea preced Right the booths w ithia whiob ^ t e r a “ **® second districtof the the Mexican war, an d none of them i^ere obliged to retire had bzea erected ‘***'^'* *=®*< later than 1?54 ' I t i s believed the gold in the polling places, th a stationery n h e for Albany a t three o'olodk. S p f f i S S ; H P s “ “ ~ S i S F £ - ^ ^ ■erwaakUled. p ^ ^ .^ a n d w e r y ^ n ^ t ^ ^ ;«ll8. being puraled by t h e new reguU 5A S e n a t o r ia t b e H e t s t ' large number hE_worTcei»^i>out thsi= ARater M . - . polls, the PeopleV Municipal- League ^tne cases mei Harwloy. w a s Temporarily ataue mpplying a small army of them. Into\ ‘ e Hatinds o i the BhenuyT Politicians of every party niade unjtsUBl ford yeeterday afternoon at the expenea of SOO or more Eepnbtlcaua. Bmted Statet Benator Joseph B Hawley bad been exteniively advertised to apeak tber^ and a committee,^ accompanied by every BepaUiotuo. in the place, was at - the atatkm to oscorfr him . t o iba -hall. Jloe cno-i \ L atek —The fire broke out hi. a quta tltv Of jute dnrlBg a blinding aonw ,^ m The steamer will probably Tba a ] 4otai-Jow5, She vrtarth tlLlUlgfa. ------------ ^dliarjmtW half « r much-m^^^ '« « friends, a n d , ta U a g in th e 'a itu a a glance, p r e p a r e d to m aktETthe in o s to f i t hing b u t h c th aw t b is bo iosUtute A n d M io ffioc th a t h is o n a a c tss great r e lie f to d u e to sim ila r teetim o n to te from o th ers w h o were sneoessf a lly treat- ed th e r e fo r a ll m a n n S r o f c h r o n ic d is-- ■ e a e e s fr o m e v e r y S ta te a n d T e n thelJoion, utther aajB, ahould t h a . f a l l to t notice' of any anffetera from chro: dises'see aueb- aa seem to bsffls i :ill o f your ow n p h y a iriat^ b u t \ H v e e -w e v e lo a t. DttlutliNov. 3,—W h e a t f r e ig h t w e re aom inaily 8 oenta;notbin<; doinp» C h ic a g o , N o r . 3 ,-^ « u n freighta w e r e u n c h a n g e d . . . * • BayfXty, Nov 8 —Lumber freights aro.fltm, yiiai prospeew o f an advanoe lEtoata a r e in good demand. The U o n tr e g lo p a sse d M a ck in a w u p The* West &ide paaaed Pott Huron dj},wn laat night. l^uffltk) Gonrier, ttnday: Th.e Parnell ivedm tlla. H bnahela in the w a y o f a 1 A d v a n c in g to the ihome h e w a sn u n k n on t, genial S H iatcw, to w h o m h w a s u k n o w h e e x te n d e d las h a n d w ith th e r e m a r k : * 'A h , G e n - ■ w e a x e w a iling fo r y o thisay,” w a y ,” ah t right th is W a t t e sa m e L iu » icmu,- HCUSO'' ingW m to a c a r r ia g e , w h ic h th e y e n tered - and d r o v e r a p id ly a w a y . U r , S tra u b V friends w e -e alm o e t dazed bv aurrivedm tlla. u w it o f c o m , u n lo a d ed a t tl an d a t 10 F C h ic a g o w it we-o almoet daz?d bv fielr leader's ^ boldnei^ hut .■ a ra ila b lo ' m ea b a o ffered, a s S o in ereot county m a y ju s tly feel p ro u d o f h e r m ^ tc a l m e n w h o S p are n o m e a n s n o r tim e in th e .treatm en t o f a ll c a se s e n - ■ tr u ste d to their o b a rg e. A n d if th ey - fail, in m a n y c a a e e .lt w ill bo a n a c t o f charity to p a in t y o u to a ------ '•— \ M ic h ig a n , al OhlOBgo, 25 bum b i _ __ tdcatioi .courteous, p ro m p t Craef, P a , g h fr id . isTsisSSSS the a b o v e c o n i- above a sso c ia tio n is arid reliablo.-^EJom - YHfe EPISCd P A l CATHEDRAL. f 1 b n ly O n © o f, t lie F o u r A c c e p t e d (* D e o lfifne H a n d e d th e 80 veescls c h a r te r e d w e r e to a r r iy e and s o m e w ill' h o t b e lo a d e d till n e x t reek. C au M g r a in fr e ig h ts w e r e fa ir ly ctlve a n d firm a t th e o ld ra tes. P q r S I t e m s , ler H ig h la n d B ea u ty a rrived r i T j o t o toe D h in e , to r e c e i 'ted “ ■ iotthearr pw fe o p la n s o f th e a rch lteota to c o m p le te th e ir d< B o v . Dr;. M o r g a n IH x, c h a ir m a n o f to e djeoti h to d e d in p erfoptod. i^ o e th e M cK in ley b ill w en t in to effect- T h e G h ie fta in to r iv e d this m o rn in g vith fou r b a lg e s w « h lu m b er fr o m Irookville; - T h e T h o m ^ n a r r iv e d th is m o m in i w ith fo u r lig h t b a rg es. T w o w ill lo a d , iwo a t F a ir H ln w W Y ' a . , i - , a j mf^ld^^lrto.’’ he°sSld,*' . .p la n s p lso ed 'O tt e x W l i' ' 1 ‘ ■ them trua.to •A H b ir o e m & tiO h a iiie d ;' \ W iS i S im f- arrmted this morning, charged with q'olookhecaUecl a ddotor, Btatmg that hla w ife h ad h eeti ln iu r e d h y a fa ll. V d ld a n d W a w a e ia S * . ; # ■ /' 8 acoopers ■ , p h o l th e jj. toe b o te ), w h e r e a ll b a d d itm e n - Ltil th e m e il w a s a iio n t o v e r d id th e RTOUbW om ? 1 ®*“™ o f th e triok, a n d to i n airm 'a d e a tu a h fo r tb e b o te l E x p la o » iiom fo lK iw e d , a n d w h e n G e n e r a l H a w ^ - ,• le y , w h o h a d n n U l to te tim e te e n ig n o r- a b risk d e m a n d t x coay ,^1 of th e co m p a n y h e w a s in , w a s m a d e rday, e sp e c ia lly fo r L a k e .R^qm iD ted w ith the facts, b o ■was *****? 1 H *=* m u c h \ a m u eed aa h is c e n fe r e s w e r e and XO c h a g r in d . L a ter, w h e n M r. ,; 8 taun [*n» o r h elp -'d th e G etieral o n w ith h is m at a h ^ v a n o e o l 16 coi ce to Mtlwauke^t B ea u ty an last night witti 4,8(10 bushels of barley from Toronto, too firet that baa arrived re th is h here end dihe Seymour left h 8 o’clock with a dredge for Ggdeusburg. She found toeseatooheavy and relumed at lOtSO. Thu w fc d b o u n d fleet'goh s w a y th is last.report! D.'?fcH. 0 . 06>-Sohooner8 Annie Falconer for Prescott, Maty Ann Lydeu foh Thronto. D, L. & W.-*.- - urges Aoaeia and Iowa for Montreal; hdonera Sinvaporefor Kiog^tCn;GliVer pwatt for Toronto. Captain johaH«’Ml!.'“ '-. of Ceburg, owner o f the aohooner CareHne Maran,' which wen* ashore Sunday night, is in the city looking after tho diapoaal of the rigging saved from toe wreck. Ijook t o SimmouB u ’ver KegnUlor for reltef f r ^ all fioknm teBol«|g, from a diseased liver. ^ , ' nto8deod&w . ■ m y suffer Withriefc htodaohe and. bmiousdfeee when SImmonsUverRegu- ato“r Will ct^re you. . notBdeod&W' F ^ a d lto ifd e r td I«T S N ip h - am liF U to * fa COM and fair, le fame lead. H udson , N-S folly cl( T e c o v e r iu g fr o m thair w ill n o t '’ T h e a th a S en a to r w n s-d r iv e n to th e vrf H a ll, W h ere h o d e liv e r e d a tw o Its’ r p e e o h o u th e M c K in le y b ill a n d th© ta r itf, a n d th e n to o k th e tr a in fo r S y m p o f F ig s from to etive la x a tod 'rnia llfomgs, ia _____ . . r a n n u sri tibUB ju ic e o f C a lifo fi c o m b in e d w ith th e m e d ic in a l v ir tu e s o f p la n ts Icnown to b o m o a t ^ n e fic ia l to toe hum a n -sy a te m . a cta g e n tly , o n th e k id ­ ney a,Uver a n d b o w e lsjeSeolttfdlT d e a n s- ing; to e y y a te in , d isp elling o m d s a n d h ^ a o h e e , h n d c u r in g h a b itu a co tu iti. FILESl PILJ worstt b v S a tle fa q i _ “W o r k in g s o f t h A N f F u ll V o t e B e in g P o lle d — itli^ W it h t h e Bi'Rorta.ot an unadual ouiaber of S ewws' **®hote are clrcnlated, ba.6 t*ieextent! slvea u n i )g thefeT^was on i m n d which Soon tho m o n e y it A lba n t , N ot , A — ’V iolaM on B -o f th© T h e r e a r e fe w n ew e lection laW a rd reported fr o m a ll o f th e p p lto a n d o v e ^ th e c ity . IhspectorB' w h o h a n d le iff f o r d ie o f th e refuse B a llo ts S ev­ eral srrfeats h a v e b een m a d e B rib ery IS opeuu T h e IgO fe e t r a le is ncit a d h ered to. T h e h ea th s in m oet ffistoicsts' a re to o f e n o w o n ' h e a id a w a lk , th u s a flerding op p o rtu i ... i .— S/. 1 . h eelers to h e lp votera. p te] a ^ * |S t o . « d w g r t it t e e S 5 hiTecittred O ’f f S r S * ' ® h |f .w 6 d “ « d b o p i© ceeded; ..................... w . In e p ite o f efforts to e n lig h te t s f e j s a r ' b S * i s VOW W ill p robably l » light. T h e r e ia n o ballot la w d id n o t axun to in terferfi 4 Q .M iy L m ch m tw lih .x h o agio th e te n e m e n t b m u e d istricta, fpont.m o M o f m en h a d a ll b e e n d ilig o o U y in str u c t m o o p e r a n o n them h a d e v e r ^ w le y a ^ I t h e i e n h a d aU b e e u d ilig o o l w h e n h e a lig h te d from t ^ « r at»d j^e u » o f p a a tete a id f ir m or© of j t ^ a t th a n to e crrgjm l.b fflCiai t><tlfb>a ■wrtC 6233 ? “ T £ ^ lm o a S fivery‘“ 35 io^ iw ev er, so m e rough fa lla l visions o f m in u te s. A la r g e n u m b d n toite Joat th e ir ' : ed u ca tio n ifgence, O N , N Y ., N q v . 4 — T h e d a y f e e leligbtfolly d w .a n d c o o l, M <d votiuK ' >g. o n u n d eu rn th'er s n eh we sy ste m in Ifatrict in thn e c ity w ith n p n su a i and m nh c h m oe te pecfaioi recision th a n in th o c ity T h e ih d ica t now aro th a t th e t o m v o te o tth e o iu D ty w ill be' a t le a st 20 p » c e n t, lees th a n la st T eo t , N . Y ., N ov , 4 . — E lection d a y ia le q u ie te st in y e a r s. T h e Jack o f c ro w d s sround th e p o lling p la c e s is n o d o a b le-; Too w e a to e s fe g le e a n t. A fa w a rrests for m in o r o ffe n c e s. A b o u t a u su a l v o te fa b ein g p o lle d . H oc t k s t k s , N . Y , N o v . A — T h e d a y ' ' * .the g ro u n d coated w ith ‘ gave w a y to ipened ’w ith snow w h io h , irlf v £ ^ p b lifid, a n d v e r y lent abaUC tb A .^ lte , o w in g li^ n s o f to e n e w - little ex -------- - — , _ .d n g to nlW to ftgic nn lema rttsaa»r«nna . • le b a llo ts voters h ad : to as; as to b o w to e be and w h a t to d o not w ia h t o v o te , explanation g iv e n r e p e a te d ly cuy p ap fira. ' AflBpRN;JBpiat, progre»iui|suig N , Y ., N o v . 4 . r ea m o r e q u ie tly tl hlntereat fa ma an iaftsted iffstoi ichinW rea t fa m i to th e w o rk ;s o f t h e n e w ia 'w ; T h e v o te ad em s to paOh w ith toe registration a n d th e toethbdnew a eeth e mb id “ T h m a jd rity o f tl and cleak; ____, . By too iho'Voters, Weather fa cold heals u lc e fa lifo, a n -. — . - m o v es th e tu m o rs. A t druESists;^®! b y m a il, forBO c e n ts. D r. S 'w a jn a » S o n . G a n u o k E g g © a n d Y a n k © © . B o o k s . K iscistoh , O n t., N o v , 4 .— T h e tern jrahoe W b m eh o f O n ta rio , in C oiiven an h er©, h a v e d e c id e d tO e sta b lish a Rhadlsn literature b u rea u . T h e y h a v e ithette b e e a u a to g A m eriC a u literaturo M rs B y r n e s o f G a n m o q u e ,In r e fe r r in g to to'o M h K in ley h ill, a sse r te d t h it il to© Y a n k e e s w o u ld n o t ta k e G a h a d ia u e g g s frae b f d u ty G h u a d ia d S s h o u ld 'n o t b u y their U teXhture. ' - .T h e'w o m o ftd ecided to u r g O to © g o v - erhhient. t o h a v e ftpieh'isoite v o te as to w h e th e r .th e p e o p le ffivored p ro h ib itio n or n o t. T h e y .slao B g reed to p rem fo r thehi eU fftteokfaem ten A ' ___ leaving to e bo oto o to s wtho ithu ot u t vting o tin g No a tte m p t to v io la te to e b a llo t la w r e ported. I t is b e lie v e d th a t n ea rly eatirereirietered; vote*ed wte* ill bill e p olled.e xt‘ XT.,-: ’j ■ 10 a , reirieter vo w b p olled. la ^ S , H ; Y ., N o v . 4 .-F e r ie c t autum n .w e a th e r p rev a lle ,h 6 ta The voting w g o iC g o n q u ie tly a n d w ith o u t any tr o u b le . T h e w o r k in g o f th e n t \ it r e fo r m la w is a ll th a t c a n b e e L A h o n t 80 per c e n t o f a fu ll v o te lihgpoJleA ScffsiltKCiUiDTi N o v . 4 .— W ea th er co ld and c lo u d y . V o tin g ia p ro ceeding q u ie t ly A n d ’a fo w ly , b u tfipiiareutly w ith m u o h safisfaotlou In r e g a r d to th e n o w la w , a fete' h a v e h s d tr o u b le learning h o w to fcld r ’- '\ ^ ’^ ' ^ ■ iiON... 'Novi '4 -rTbo' weather p, B ^ S i « ™ arrested for v o tin g o n a d ea iL m a u ’li P e n n a y lv a n i© ,, . ' m ’ PHttADKLPHiA, N o v . 4 ^^rffiow ^ th e r pare to e h . , NoV, 4 . —Th© day i s cloud** less and. well sniced for gettloE Opt » large vote and t h e iijdicatlona ©ro t o a t p U e«L a n d 'b ll tie fc e ^ a r e b ein g h e a y fli' CANADIAN RECIPROCITY. DtvpHovr f t ' ' BrCthers; hankers,, gave an interview . S S ' S & I S S ' J S S r E A n O n ta r io B a n k e r S h o t W o u ld B e n e fix T r a d t In d iso u M to g reciprocity W ith to e U n ite d . State© b e la id ’doW i* th is p r ln r ip ie r - “T ^ p r o a p e fity o f e ech n n ittosw erorw baliote h a v e d th ey .w O n li a n d l^ p m ceed e vote a t a lL T h e iu rserato v o te r s in , “ T h e fa rm er 10 m u M m a d e s a d w o r k w ith p a ster m fo rm ed -u p o n I STHACUtet. N o v A — S e n a to r S a x to n ' th e fo r e tio o n iu in sp e c tin g rids.ey , ------- to m .an agfi th e ir o w n tradj terferenofioe o n tb© h t - - nse to e - operation o f th e b a llo tla w a< polling p iso e w in a ll'w a r d leren o n th o p C tt o f a n y g o v e I ^ m lti'ot c o a r se , th a t we e, m its p ro p er fttUedem a n d m a k e it ttie l.mifc,'of tariff for re to use too~toriff-foc-an3rm4herT*upi*pP~ rhaa 'io ratee revMiixe fa to wrest i t ftoixt refaMol thehew-law, eron ^ ^ _____ tQld li(m th e r e w a s v ery general o r to fa c tio n w lth 'tfaa n e w sy a te m tot of v o tifg* H o fo u n d th a t th e « it i 5 of b o i apoiled b a ilo ta in v o tin g w a s fr o m 10 to oq <3 per c e n to a n d t o a i in G e e m a u dia- trioa to e T O ting w a s d o n e w ith eq u a l Jeo facility to th a t .in v a r d n o f E n g lk h - d t : i th© c ity im a n d m u c m o t p r w a s a n tic ip a te d © tafaideriog tb a so m 'p U oatiLma o f th e n o w la w . A fe w w ere confused in p repariog to e ir b illo w , a n d -exhausting th e r e se r v e o f fo u r; lo st th e ir held in h is b a n laold e h tB . N k w Y obk ,N ov 4 — G B ..M cC ra ck en , toe la b o r a g ita to r, w en t to th e T w e n ty -- «eccmd E lectiO a D isa lo t o f the N in th A seem b ly D istrfdt to fa m o r n io g to v e to B e p rocured e le v e n b a llo ts, b u t w h e n b e cam e o u t o f th e b 'K k h h e h a d b u t^ o n a • iV h en a sk ed fo r th e ,r e m a in in g h a h o te ho s ^ d 'h o h a d d ese h iy e d th em . T h e; booth w a s a e w c h e d , b u t o n h o n e b a llo t x . Y ork , N ov . 4.— In the eleoiion district of tbs Fifth Assemt district this morning Do lanev,Tammany candid! was peddUeg tickets vkhia 150 feet of the polL Brbbi Ctettbeil complained of cqia and MuUaney etmok him At this the rammany candidste was proaaptl arrested and taken to the Essex Marks Police Court. BiKaBcam O N , N . Y ,, N o v . A — T h e w e a th er h as b e e n d isa g r e e a b lesa a lleea d ab yle , but th e 'v o te a p p ea l renly. A t d i g r 8 to b © c o m in g ou t noon a b o u t c a lf th e Lhadosm t to e ir bal- lem sa t is strong for Dem co ra tio nd th e r e fa a p ro- lilitytb a tffem a y be e le c te d , th e orm u l B cp u b lio a n m a jir ity fa 1 , 600 . m OTHER STATES. •W ls c o a 8 tD ^ , MitWAtKEE, Nhv; A-rTh© day opened right a n d clear a n d th ere i s © very p ros- eot th a t tbie .w o a th e r w ill h o ld | ictil n ig h t. Ftem ' p reeent in d ioai onsito w illea^oced: th e h eaviee'e v o te I d , th is c ity th e -p o llin g fa U tic A N Y '.v. N o v .' A — ^L ight sn o w falling a n d d iy p le a S S tt. taty v e r y ____ quiet a t'a il p o lliu g p la ces. S o m e d iffl she ev e r ca st, In.tbfa c ity th e -p o llin g fa oulty e x p erienoed. in folding b M lots p r o o e e d ln g q u ie tlf,althW ig 1 iif’b e x p 0 oto properly .-a n d a fe w cases reported o f e d so m e d ia tu rb a p co . v fil o ccur in th e m e n le a v in g to e b o s w i v o P o lish w a rd s. T h e r e a te - over 60,000 nam ea o n th e r e g fale tr ye Jists,y S hfstb, d it is ex-. _ ___ ____ r g istr J lots. T h e r e a u ltin th e S ta te ia a m a tte r abt, th e e c o lsiaatical ele m e n t ipaign -h a v to g u p se t a ll oalcu> \ o n fo r m e r elections. M lU n e s o ta . M innkapous , M in n '; N o r . 4 .— T o d a y w a s th e fir st g e n e r ^ trial o f to e A u stra­ lian b a llo t sy ste m in M lon ea ita B'rom alt a ccottnta-ib w o rk © b ea u tifully, a n d a large v o t e : is b e in g p o lled. M arriam , Bep., Is \ b ein g eo tetohed cpiw id era b ly for G o v eeu iw , m o e tly te 'f^ v b r o f O w eh , toe A U ian oh o a h d id a te. I t fa p ro b a b le of g rea t . ¥ 5 -' ing p a ten t e v e r y d a y , farinera a r e ^ ^ m in g o o w e ll nform ed -u p o n tb te a u b je c c to r o d g h t h ^ ivery d a y e x p e r io a o e th a t, IrreepectiTW if p o lirics, th a r e d em a n d in g lib e tB r ding lib e tB r withahtior- ny g o v e r a - u n th a t w e m a r t w r e v e n u e p u tp o ee* . R r t affected b y fr e e r trad A H e to u c b e d l C a n a d ia n iron m in in g ., sh o w e d th e ii-advanta^ u n d er w h ic h its u ffe ix a n d declared that leadihff ca p ita lfa terof tb * ‘ U n ite d S ta te e w are r e a d y t a In v ea t m il— lions o f d o lla rs in t h e en cerptlre i f th » . A m e r ic a n d u ty e s n M b t^ k en -o flE .- tbjectof a h ip p iu ^ c a m e u p a n ff ioiipna w e r e d eclared to b e m a n y “ W e% 4 o n o t o w n a m y O a n ad faix freighters, th o u g h 'w e h a v e an in terest:, in te a se ls en g a g e d i n the o o u tin g trad© on to e o th e r sida F o r m e r ly w o bcadad. in C a n a d ia n w a te r s, b iic h x d to g iv e u p ^ vessels an d g o o u t rtf tb s b o a in esA ' itd idt n oa t p.' a y .' T bfe o life o ff fa in therg uo p. cargo. T h e ^ TQ trade, ism li ^ t h a m p e r e d toe c o u n tr y wh h e r e tb s h e a t a n d (to ea p - cann hilt, o b nn ilt, ap no dn u p o n tb ia found itd id n o p y T b o li o ff toe b u sm r e a fa in (b e u p ca T h e oounti^ w h e r e tr a d e , is l ^ t b a fa to e c o u n tr y w e r e th s b e e t a n d d est ah ioB c a n hO b a d u ' country th e A m ericans m n s t d e p e n d Ite nth d o th e ir p ca a n o a rry in g fo r th em .’* ■ BIRCHALL’S CASE. K S P e t it io n fkom Q re© t; B r ita in fax. J F a -y o r o fie a B e p r ie v e . O iT A vra, N o v 4 .— ^ T w o'p etitiona from t reau B r ita in for th o r e p r Ie v e o f K irQ h ril era r e c e iv e d a t th o D ep srtm cu t o f J u s­ tice y e ste r d a y . T h e y w e r e a ig n e d -l,by perm n a in sH .p a r te o f E u g lr td aUdl W a les. T h e y 'b to^ 1,090 aignatttree. T h o ----- = - • upon w h io h co m m u ea tiw x _ h a t t h e ca se w a s u n d u ly by th e d ifihOm 'at p ra ctices o t __ .ihall a n d b y to e a u p p te e d m o H v e a u d . Buspicion. o f t b e ^ ex istence of s sjatem of • d eco y in g y o u n g gentlem e n ta C a n a d a a s a g rio n ltn ra l popUs fo r t b s p u rp o se o f m ru d ering th e m for th e ir m o n e y ; to a tth e w b o te evid©no©> on th o p a rt o f tho p ro eeo n iio n ' w a * oir;^ cum a ta o tia l a b d , ,U R toS fapinitm o f th e . m em o rialists,- so u riM ttw factory.aa n o t tO justify th e co h v lctioxi, a n d th a i, lu tv in g - regard to , to e inobncluslve .tod unreliable n a tu r e o f th e ,. C v iffente,. and d ou h fe. to to' to e F rp p rifitf o f toe v e r d ic t o h g e n to a l g ro u n d s, it w o u ld jbe u n sa fe to p erm it a n y .d ea th a e n te u c a . to be c a r r ie d out; A m o n g th e m en to r— ialfate - a re M a y E lin o r B ii^ lu d ^ th©: m o th e r o f the c o n d e m n e d m a n , a n d \ ------ --- ■* “ '-'t b ro th er. 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