George Moore mother Mrs Thomas Moore Kills self
Killed. Locust Gap, November 20. Mrs. Thoiinw MMre died here to day from the effects of a wound received under peculiar ciruumsfances. Her husbind was employed at Lie Spring Colliery as night watchman, an I ond'ff rent occ i-ions while ma king his rounds an apparition ap-pe ap-pe ire i l nun lit; disliked to make revelation of ilie strange occurrence either to the colliery officials or his family. He became so unnerved that he was forced to give up his po sition and make known what he had seen. The visitors were 8.-eo jieriod ically for year and were in human shape, silently flitting about and always always preceded by a stilling smell of sulphur. After leaving the colliery the visitations appeared at bis house and were witnessed by his wife, who last night saw the apparition in her bed room, and in her fright to arouse her husband a revolver which they had und.-r the pillow went off. the ball entering her left side. After suffering great pain Mrs. Monre died at noon. She leaves seven children. The affair causes much excitement here. Mjlerlou beat lis. Corixxa, November 29. A'xmt 5 o'clock thisafterm on the inhabitants of North Newport were stirtled bv tearing mree pistol snots in rapid succession and shortly afterwards An Infant Ketl to Bear. Elmiha, Nov. 20. A small colony f Italians have been camping and begging near UYlbdiursr; a few miies from the IVnns lvania line. They observed -ypsy-iike habits, the company company being composed of a'mut equal numbers of men, women, lnlii.-n hm) trained black bears. They departed Thursday in their rude dog carts, passing through Elmira. The police drove them out of town quickly, j Now a sttleiiient is made by a citi-' Zll of Wellsl.tirg, who observed j their hnhi?-j. that one nf th' Italian ! infalits ilieil iii coup, ai d w;is it., lien of a burial, fed to the b. ; rs. There 1.4 i', mil .-!iI. n- lli .1 il,.. i.. ! human parents stood by and saw the hcitttri tear nn I devour the bodv. Singular Cane. Mt. Carmfl, November 29. Mrs. Thomas Moore, residing at Locust Gap, accidentally shot herself while in bed on Tuesday morning. She had been in the habit of sleeping with a pistol under her pillow. During During the night she was troubled with unpleasant dreams, and awaking suddenly she unconsciously reached ' for the pistol, when it was ilischarg-L ed, the ball entering her left side. pite is in a precarious condition this ! iii . ... . . r evening, and has made an ante-mortem statement, exhon rating l.er husband, who occupied the same bed.