Nassau County Review 19030102
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KjSO'-f.i ^^§§mx •x>rox.>a oopiBM. civx: ckivxc* A FAMILT MKWSPAPEB Or LOCAI. AXD OKNXRAL IXTKLLIOEKCE. TIEHI: SLM TEABLT II ASTAStB VOL. VIII. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903. NO. 10. GRADUAL DECLINE. This is thc fate of sufferers from Kidney trouble, as the disease is so insiduous that often people have serious Kidney trouble without knowing the real cause of their illness, as diseased kidneys allow the impurities to stay in the system and attack the other organsa This accounts for the many different symptoms of Kidney Disease. You begin to feel better at once when taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE as it ftimulates the heart, increases the circulation and invigorates the whole system. It strength¬ ens the urinary organs and gives you new life and vigor. two sizes bo cents and si.oo. FoLiT & Co., Chicago, June llth, 1902. Gbmtlbmen:—About a year ago my health began to fail, I lost flesh and nt;ver fclt well. The doctor thoughtl had stomach and liver trouble, but I became convinced that my kidneys were the cause of my ill health and commenced takin(T Foley's Kidney Core. It iacreased my appetite and made me feel stronger, and thc annoying symptoms disappc.ircd, I am now sound and well. J. K. IIoR.N, 1364 Diversev Blvd,, Chicago. SOUD/BY ALL DRUGGISTS. E. A. Dorlon DONOED AUCTIONEER rraepnrt. 91. V. Benjamiii D. Homan i BUI LP EH I EMoUwai . Trork Sap*rl!it*ad*d latlaiaMa romlahaJ ¦EROBN PLACE, ratB**BT, k, I- lOIBT TO LOAN Zv^, ^J •tai tw>lleaHona promptly artxplcd. R.««ve & Ba.rtlett. TM* iMaraiwa ft nortcaxe Loans __ .. __ is.—.-./ Oitrm. Hew York. araaohOaeM:BI**rh*wl, L. I, . earbic* Bank Bldr IT' Of tue Uay Baak BMg., Orsic Valopko** la all oAo**. SIDNEY H. SWCZCY COUNSCLLOR. AT-LAW Hmt** BolMtaw, Mala BtraM, riinrORT Mmt York ofllr*. V Braadway Manhattan »Mttt| t* lata aa tppi tt4 ¦tflfitt , Uiral M freeport I^onc Dlatanoe. S Fr**|>orl John P. Wright GENERAL AUCTIONEER rr**ysrl, it, S ANEW_HOTEl. The Garden City HOTEL, Garden City, Lmw kland, N. T. Open from April to Jannary. Wilitioa ot the bett for Lunch and Dinner Parties Fk« Charglag SUtkm for AutooMbilu. Large BaU Boon, Bsoellont llntio. BgaUaU and homg Uaad-lioad Uapt l^«o on appUoatioB. J. J. LANNIN. . Proprietor Uhe KodaK. Ctrl tayt for yoa to bny yonr anppUea at home. The prioe it the tame in city or conntry KODAKS FILMS Velox Solio S. F. PEARSALL Oppoaite Poat Offlie Frecporl, N,Y Longeneckar Bros. DENTISTS BS9 Fultsn Straat, Brooklyn at FREErORT, UIIV I HEYWARD SUIIDIHS Opp. Depot, nn Wednradax* and Prid*r (.nmSa. in. tot p. m. Wh, R. LoxocvarKHR, D, S. S.. Manaaer ^eSS^eSSSSSigaiSSSSiSiiSa&SSSSi PATENTS I OB aom. Indw.l>l.lk.ldi, wrtM r.l«.l.MlItT. Boo' r.r.(g. l*.IMt«..jTHd«. J ran. IWrMl tonu am o*.,.* to i. iratBR LAWTBBt or tl TIABT raAOTIOI.0 \ ,»,0OSMTaTiniXUKpTMRqUtHTMEK ,0 J AIIIuIm. WBldntiil. Boaal dric r.iUifliia Tt. yiaAtrtXa .h.rgM. fl C. A. SNOW & CO.§ THE SUNDAY SCHOOl INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR JANUARY 4. JOMN L GEHNEROTH. CELEHHATED FRIBDCAKE5, 2a Aatorted FlaTora, oontlttiBc cf VMHte, Orinffe, Lemon, Hact, Ic. Barrad In Boiei of Ont Doaen al 10 r WILLIAM H. POST Huix'ciisor to J. T. I*08t 9t Boa Dealer to Choice Groceries Flour and Feed MAIN STREET, rnCCPORT Nartk (f b- <. R. R.. 0^. Rtatall A<*a«* WINTER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH Cat! be rearbed wltk comfort luid Mal* St. mmA Saaman Avanua, FNaport, L, I. Oidcn lUran and Delirered. R. R. CHAPMAN. llHiuli Iri lltlil T.UMBE-p FBBKPOBT. L. I. Telepbon* rVr. MMOOKXViiiiaa co. I Otty, M. Y 1W*l>koac*, Ut a ( Ur««aploBl MORTGAGE LOANS All iaod loana promptly accrptcd. Law chargea. ALBERT D. HAFF. . Caaaoallar at. Law. Babylon. N. Y. OLD DOMINION LINE or 8TEAMBIU Leavlnc New Vnrk dally, Hundsgr* rzi^eiited all the ytme rotand, 3 p. m. KXCriWION TICKETS TO AaKeTille, Hot Sprii\|(s Pinekarat, SoutKem Pii%ei, N. C. Hot Sprinli, Vat,. Jacksonville. %\. Au^itine Tampi. Fla. Ncw Orleana, L&,. Sa.v«nnak,h, Ga. The «hoT« Kii.ar.iin T.. k,.t» in. Iml,. M...N and 8l«l*ruoii> Berth un dhl Itonilnl ,n KteAOirr TUkela and etatenHtnts at I'lt.r N.IL. N. V. Old Doniinion Sieamship Co 11 REACH STRIEI, NEW fOilX I V H. B Wa l.a CR. Train,. If ait.tp-r J J.BHOWK.Uea l^tmeit,:,.r .\,;t NOTICB TO CKaol1Ulia.-Pqf«aiitil t« an order ot Uitn. U<,twn Seabtirr, Sum,- gatm ot tbf. Cooaty ot Smsama. nntlo. In lierebjr ilvea In all perw.a. li.vina , titliiis iik'&ln.t Cbarlee L- Mtliol.. lair of (he T.'wa .,f llrn,i>. *t*ftd Ib tbe Mid Coitttly. ,le,.ea.ert. I,i t.reM iil Ihe natu. wit h I he \ ,,m her. th,.rMtf. to ihr .„ * M'ribrr.. Ihe •dntlnl.lrat'.r., rU-., ,( iu>l<l >1,. f.e*tie«t al Ihe Kr\H.iti,rt H*n*. KreetH.rt, N- V-, ;.lt Itr hrl'tr. r*l,ruKr> IS, lail next. UalMl Aae. .Ith. we II. A«A Ntranm, Wa. II. Hali.. Adtnlttli(linbt<tp« ¦O VBMM* KXPSnHUtCS Patent Will Make Affidavit •f Ufa far ¦« lawa Sl. TsRsutK E. H. fttM^'^l TyaiAp. la.. : tayt: I lofforod trom laitljtttioii and ro- ! aaliiac a«Ut (tt yeaia. Ila^y I tried ; Kodoi. I tooQ knew I had ftaad wbat ' Ihadkaxloakaiitdr. laafetUarloiUy thaa la ytaii. Kodol «a«« m a naa Itaaa o( Ufa. Anyoaaeaa ha** wy af- fldavU lo th* walk «r thia tlatonani.' KadtldlfttW yonr toad. Tktiaaabltttha lyilata loa«tlwllatarat|JlaM«WB«>'y'>- ttg avaty atfaa aod rtalorlag baalth. ¦ lillMrtliTawttr—» ¦wtttSi'tf&wsa&gag STATE NEW& Tttat off the Slale Sohooli. Atxiordlng tn n statistical nummary Issued liy the State IJcpnrtment ot Publlt^ Iiistnicllon. tlii' total amount pxpendpd for tbc support of elcmcD- tary. serondar.v uiid lilgbcr scbools In tills State for the lnst oihodl .vear was |4!»,3,31,nS7. Thc Slale pnlil U.O" per ri>nt, of thc cost of secoiidKry (.ilura¬ tlon and 1,20 por cent, of thp cost ot liigher educntlon. Teachers' salaries cost 122.710,338, an Increase of more than |II,2I)0,00(). the nrcraRC iiuuuhI salary belnR $17.(30 more than tbnt of the previous year, or S<IS0.33. There was expended for buildings, sites, re¬ pairs nnd furniture Sfl.tnUMl!*;!, nn In- iTcase of l|l'J8(!,fi7(l. and for llbrnrleH |lt»2,212, nu Increase of X.-,l.,'128. The avcrasp ('Oi'i per liuiiil. lascd on thc averaite dally atteudanec, w.ns $41.14. a decrense of tifl.v-four cents, thus show- liiB thnt the ln(.i'c«se In expenditures has not kept pai;* wfth Ihe Increase lu school attendance. The total school reelstratlon wns 1,2(VS,('>2.'i. nn Increase of 20,200. Average nitendnnce has In¬ creased 209,071. The totnl of licensed teachers emploj-ed ;i.'i,.T.)ii, with a de- (rease of clKiily-scv(.ii In tite number of ipen and an Increase uf 1132 lu the nnmlier of women, MtMiee In tm. Adlrottilsek.. The moose wblch wcrc lllicrntcd nt North f'rcck In the .\dlioii(lnil;s last spring by William (", Whitney are re- IHtrleii to be lu dire sirnlts for food. The anow has covered cveiylhin/ to a depth of several feet, and It Is nlmost Impossible ftir the nioo«. to secure the forage that lies bencntli It, I'HrmcTs who have wat(h(>(l Uu. moow ihrouRh the summer and bave (tunrded thcin from the prolinble inlslnkcs of hunters, have provided hay for the unlmnls i.nd hnve plnced it nt points whc.re the moose are likely to rench It. It Is (.ou- sldercd remarkable Ihat thc moose should suffer In thc .Adirondacks. when It Is laken Into account that tlicy were aent Ibliber from t'annda. where tbo (lluintc Is mmh mon' rlirorous ami where thc snow Is inu.li di.cper A.lir- (mdnck lumlii.iuicu think that In Can¬ ndn Ihe moose nrc nltle to fi.cd on Ihc brnnches of ccifuiu low tii.t.s whkh do uot SX9W la the Norlh Woods. I Rrldal Gown Her Shroud. ! Miss lllanche WhItU.uhall. of Dnlh. J who was cngaRCd to many ClaitiKc lirace nnd had her wcildlng tntusscau j (duiplcied, wrote a note to her relative* nnd ft'lends, saying she was tlr(Kl of , living, oad wouhl like to be buMed In I tbc gown Intended for her bridal dn's*. Tb(.n slie drank four ounces of Inudn- num nnd died. Il Is lielievcd Ihe lovers had (luarrellml. as .Miss Whilteuhall bnd Inlely written to her mother that I the wedding tvns to be postponed for ': » year. Grace has gone to Clevelnnd, I Ohio, to accept n po.dtlon wllb au In¬ iurance company. Rial* Uaaranlltt* on liar. novernor I'thll Ims tcU.graphed the j litest of .New York State ngalnst tbc I .emoval of the hoof and innutli disease ' iiuarnnilne from I'ounecilcnt by Sec- I retnry Wilson. Comiiilssioncr WIctlug I ol tbe Slate Itcpnrtiueiit of .Vgrkuliure Is very much disturbed over the matter. The State (luarnntlnc against ConnectI- ! (Ul will lie rlglilly maintained nml the 1 fon-c of pl.ki.is <)u Ihe ('enncttl<.ut j Ilnc will be ln,.rcaseiL 'tirf. ipiarnntlue is extended uow t^'fovir hay from Vermont. ' A ;«<in.itll Tor Kaek.feller. t .Tudge Hciiiau, of Maloue. Essex Couuiy. has gniutcl n uon suit In tbe cnse of ll,ickcfeller against Lainora. an nillon lo recover pennllies for unlaw¬ fully flshlng lu Mr. Ku, kcfellers pri. vate Adirondack park. It was shown tliat thc streams and pomls of the park hnil l..M.n stixkcd from thi. Stale hatch- erie-, at public expense an.l Judge Bc- niuu belli Ibis t„ he a complete dcfenae. Tin. ,asc was npiM-alcl. raDtall<!atl.,B of Xiat. flallrftatU. A lerhti-.HI,, of consoliibiiliu of tbe Foiiila. J.>liii>t.,wn and (;iov,.ri.,lnle Uallroad Coiiip.itiy. the Aiitstt.nbiui Kailroad Company nnd the Ceyadulta Kleclrle Raili'iuil ( ouiiuinj, uuder the title of the Konla. .Ii.liustown aud i;iiivi.rsdale Kail:,.a.I Companv. ha* I lilt tlh,! wilh tbe ><, ,r,'nry ,f State TX .\Uia::y. Tbe capllal i< ^i.'jTxi.isKl JuXir* M.rwia'. titrvlem Fad.. Milton II. Merwlu. who has I ..ii .lus- Ill.e of thc Sujireiue Court in tlic I'ifth .Tuilicial liinrlct Iweniyelghi y,.ais. held bU last special term al I'll,a. M'ben Hn^erni closed a large numlier •if iittorueys were presiBi. ami C. I>. -Aliaiiir. who (rled the tlrst case In-forc Jii.K-c Merwin. tirictly vohvd the seQti- iot'ul uf tbe ODrlila Couuiy lUr. Sakjecl: Tanl attd Slia. at Fhllippl. Acti XTl„ ta-34—Golden Text. Act* x.l., 31 ^Metnory Verse*, 20.33—Comutentarj •n Ihe Daj'a Lesson. I. An evil spirit csst out (vs. 1618), The mistiinnnrirB made their home al thc house of Lydia (ace v, Jj) while Ihcy con¬ tinued to preat-h ihe gospel at I'hilippi, Thry had good success, unci in this city the Hrsl Christian churcli in Kurope was fuund- ed. But their great victories did not come about wilhout great opposition. There was in the city a certain damsel who was a fortune-teller, who brought her masters great gain. This slave girl folloived tho mitifilonarics and cried alter thetn. Paul waa uneved because of litis, and command¬ ed the evil spirit to eome out of her. "And he caine out iho hame hour " (v, 18), Why was I'aul grieved'^ I, lieeause her presence was troublesome lo hiin. 2. lie- cause it might apiiear thai he was in al¬ liance wilh ner. 3. lieeause what ahe did waa for gain and wns a base imposition. 4, Because her state was one of bondage and delusion. 5. Because the system un¬ der which ahe was acting was then holding a large part of the pagan world in bondage. II. Paul and Silas arrested (vs, ig-^Il. Afler tho evil spirit had left the girl she no longer hail jiower to make money for her masters hy fortune-telling. This made her masters angry, and they seized Paul and Silas and dragged thein hefore the magistvates into the market place, where legal business waa transacted. "The Phil- ippiaii magislvales were cvciled agninst BRIGHTEST OLD COUNTRY OF ALL Ain't it a tnighlv good counlrv—spite of its troubles an' nil. From the red o' the bloom, in ihe May- time to Ihe intusonin' fru:ts o' the Kail! Then ho. for a song .•\b we're truilgin' along — Kor llie brigbteat old country oi all! .Ain't it a mightv good country—anstv,-,in' qnick to your call. Krom thc lield.. that .ire heavy with har- Yc.t lo the (Instenng vinea on Ibe wall! Then ho. lor a All the bnghl Kor the brightest song ; ay along- old country oi all! .Mn'l it a miglitv good country—frotu col¬ lage to gai'lanJed hall. With ro„m m the hills an' the val'.evs for the hearts an' the homes of ua all! Then it's ho, for a song All the glad May along— Kor the brightest old counlrv of all' —Krank I.. Stanton, in .\tlaut* Consti- WHY HE PAID. the niiH-iionaries bv thev bad attacked thi III. Pntd and S pi'iboneil (vs, 2'2.'24)- e aceusnlion that ligion of Kome. beaten and "Multitude rose Thil wai (lone Wllhout any form of law. The vcry magis¬ trates who tvere alTecting sueh greal seal for the law were among the tirst to disre¬ gard it, "Renl oH their clolhes," Thev violently tore the elollies olT of Paul nnd Silas. "Beat tlieni." The words mean to "beat with rods' (2 Cor. II: 2.'>). The Ro¬ man custom was to inflict blows upon the naked body. 'ZP ".Many stripes " The Koman pua- islinicnt was not limited to "forty etripea kave one." like that of the Jews. '.>4. "Thrust them.' All sore nnd bleed¬ ing. "Inner prison." The dungeon, a deep, damp, chillv cell, far under ground, opening onlv al Ihe top, without fresh air or lijtht IV ¦Prav deli. (vs. 25, 2li1. I an.l sang praises." Tlieir Is were undressed; fillh and vermin aililed lo their pain; their position tvns one of lortnre. Sleep was out of the iiueslion. 'Ihey passed the night in devotions. It is a signitirnnt faet that the most joyous of Paul's epistles is that wrillen lo the rhurch •*( I'liilippi, born oul of his eipc- rieiuc of suffering. '2ti. "An earth.inalie " Tlms did (iod answer prayer and prove His presenre and prolectlon. No doubt all I'hilippi liear.l tho sound and felt llie force of the earth¬ quake. "Doors were opened," ele. riic chains were made fasl to the wall, and the flioek ivhich burst a.umler the bolts of llle doora also released the fastenings whnh heM the chains in the masonry. A symbol of the siiintiinl deliverance'they were to elicit for Ihe heathen (Isa. 42; 7). V. The laili.r convened (vs. 27,141. 27. ".\waking. ' The praying and singing did not awake him, but the carllnptake did. He evidently slept in full vieiv of tho pri¬ son doora, "Dreiv out hia sword," The Koman laws transferred to the jailor tho punishment due to an escaped prisoner. He decided nt once to take his otvn life an.l thus avoid a worse fate. Ilo supposctl that all in the prison had escaped. 2S. "Pmil cried." .\ntieipaiing the jail¬ or a fenr for his own safety. Paul raised his voice to seeure •ttcntion at once. Ilia purpose of tuieide waa a grral »in. ".\ll here.' "Strange for a prisoner tn b* ao- bilious about his keeper Itut Paul waa passionately Irving lo save men, and th* whole gospel is an appeal lo men to do themselves no barm." , 'JW. "Called for a light." Which iould be .arried tn the hand This .are for h.s welfare begat a len.lerness in lite hearl of thc kee|HT. It was the arrow of convic¬ tion which ha.l reached his soul, "Came trembling." .Not i.,r his life or his oltiie. but for his .oul. whnh he fell was in dan¬ ger of eternal lo<s. .K moment before he was ready to destroy his life to esca|ie Ihe wrath of mm. bul now b,. was eairer to find the wav of hfe. .10. "Broughl Ihent out" ' Kroin the inner prison, where th.v were loulincd in the sLM-ks, into the eourt of the prison, or tlllo his own a|iartmrnls, hnving no fc:.r Ihat thev wciulil escape, but ralher eon- vif.ce.l that (Jnd was overruling .ill limits for them " "Sir. ¦ "The (Iri'ik word im¬ plies an nektinwledgeinent ,,f grcit super- tority. Those who had been his prisoners were now hi. lords." "Saved " "He had (•alle.l for a Imhl to look f.r his prisoners, for (he true light, to go fonlt l.f hi. .11 IWiieve." ete. The sum of the whole gosgwl; the covenant of grace in a few words. Kauh in t hrmt saves ns. ill because it is Ihe aiceptame of tiniVs wnv of luihation hv the atonement in .lesiw: CJi heeaiiae tt ts the aet of taking Ihe things offered to us bv (iod: i3i l*eau«e it is the Mt oi committing ourselves to ait infallible tencher and nuole; ill U.-ause lo I hnst, the holy nnd is^rfect heart iviiU lieing; (,M iMHa love In (lod aud lo di-sts spinloal and etemal ihii fective in .air hves, «pake unIo hitn ' nnke d el¬ lled. alte If the histo ll p..i of Je inl., hia Ihrist, explain 111- d-vtrine, ,.nd what It «H- tl. Iwheve in Him .13. Wn.he.l their s'tilie. ' "He had not conierne.l him»«.!t ..hiiut their suffer¬ ing ronditi.n wlieu he put them into Ihe inoer nnson, but r-.w tr,.ti h-s sina were wa.heti nw,,v hi* th.^ughl wa- lo minister lo tb* Bee.ls ,.( th.,se nho were mstru- inental in hi» salvalion ' 34, "Set meit " As th.v were the in- slrunicnta of bunging heahh to In. tntd be he,-aine the u-irument ..I health to their btidie* 'K.^..(, ».J'' 'Ihe jov tlut Mlrtl th* hitrt. ..| I'nul ..|nd Si'..., making the priMMl a deligliti-i! (.U.-e lo Ihem, now tilled the hearts ot the ,i>nvertei| heathen sn.l tuade their family (ircle the acene ol h-ly tsiinhip. o.l aad roal Foand ta Alaska. l:...len.e „ |,r..u4lit ir,,ui AlvU tl.i- both illuminating ,.,l and anthracite cal hive beep t..n„.| ,„ Urge quaniitie. adj^ cent to KMaU o.l (lood Harbor. I7i miit. e«.t of \ aMe. It i« ,tji»d tbat the «na',i SIS of Kauu otl. made in ilte north, sh.... that tt tonuins i.oi lett thin .rveu-. ..rr cert oi illuram.iTin.- ¦ : V**a hr rraa*h karsMM. I'ranee export* UOO.noo worth ei lurfi cal instrtuaeat* annually. caaapan I'oatal Htrvlr.. The cheapest postal .en..-» m the trcrld is thai ol Japan, nhere ior two sea - about H-ven-tenihs of a |<nny—letters sr* coove>-ed all over the emjire. Alpla* naU** faaarvsi. ,\i a revTni nteeting of tne Swis* -A'pine I lab 11 wa. .tated that 4tr.' or hflw eii'Sl rhiaa'* laaawrlal ymOt. Ch.ni • i'.Jj»tn«l «nJ e.mr.te.r al needs •re attneting mocb tilCD'-.-^a •m«a( th* Wcttcrs aaiioo*. OI.I) mnn Hoync, Ibe boss team- Klcr, was sitting by a coal- oil lamp III bis best ruom, Ue had taken off bit) slioes nud bis coat, and his coarse ii'oolen Kocks and his hickory shirt showed that he wns not a mau of airs. He was deep In bis uewspnper, of which It wns his bablt to rend every word. Including ads., and be had filled bis old clay pipe for the third time wben n rap at the door caused him to shout: "Come lu!" "(iood evening, Mr. Boyue." said the stalwart. woU-gruumrd youug man wbo eume iu. "She's out," growled tbe old chop, resuming kls rending, "1 know she Is, sir. That's why I called." The old fellow put down bis paper ond peered over his spectacles. ".\t least," resumed thc young man. nervously, "I came to lalk to you nbout her, sir. We want to get married." He sat down. looking flushed and ex¬ cited, and the uld man stared at him a minute before he began: "Well, supposi! you do? Have you the meaus to keep her decent? How mucb have .vou saved? Tbree bun¬ dled; that'll buy the furniture. How long did It take .von to save that?" ".\ little over a year. I "• ".K year! You must be an awful spendthrift. How much do you get?" "Tbirty n week since thc beginning of Ibis year. Ill get n raise— "Wliat'^" Hhrilli'd the father, imltiiig Ills bands ou his knees and peering at the lover. "Thirty dollars a week—a bachelor, all nlone, and have oul.v Ibree' hundred left! How the mischief—do you drink ?" "Oh. no; it isu't that, sir; I must live pretty well. You see, I wasn't Qgurlug on getting married till I met Margy, and you sec I've alwnys been used to having eveiythiug " "Do you own a placc. a bouse or nnytblug'f" ".N'o, sir." "You must be dnft. Ihen wns you going to live? At tbe Audi¬ loriuui, maybe?" "Ob, we could gel a neat flat for a liltle mouey, and—" ".\nd pay tent? You'ifci a fool, my boy, I won't give ber to you tlll yon get a house—1 don't cnre It Il's ouly IWO rooms, so It's your own—to keep ber In." Mnrgy'8 voice singing was heard then flout tbe rear rooms. Boyue resumed his paper. Joe Stewart, muttering "skinflint, miser," and otber endenriag epithets directed against bis lioped foV^ fatheriu-law, but wisely keeping very quiet, waited for Margy to come lu. That waa bis flrst but not Unal effort to get dad's consent. He came again on Saturday evening, while tbe girl was at market, and thc (.rusty old draynuin, wiih coarse frankness, sug¬ gested that he bad a "tidy little placc" In tbe West Side, tbree rooms nurt a suuimer kitchen, that be would sell to Stewart if be really meant to uiairy thc girl at nil, Tbe meanness ot this proHcr siruck lilm like a blow, but be aald he'd think about it, and bo did. He talkeil II over with JInrgy, a whole- souled winsome girl who bad been trained for a sibool icn.her by Ibe cnnny old man, who "knew Ihe value cf money." '¦I.ei'li try it, Joe,' she Inuglied; "it's a riisiy old collage, but we'll flx It up. Had won't be hard on us for the pay¬ ments, and jicrhaps by the tliue Us paid for wc cun sell it and get a nicer Lome." Stewart, thoroughly despising old Boyne. bouglit the place on time pay¬ ments nnd signed about sixty notes nt $'2.'i eacb, llstcuing with suppressed hatred to the miserly old man wbo had thus unloaded flfkk) worth of frame shanty and chenp ground on his own daughter's bnsbnnd, Kor thc wedding look pla(.c wllbln n monlli. When the cotlnge wns painted and furnished an.l tbc young couple was wi.ll in stalled the old man woul.l come around duriug the day to see Margy, bul Joe's hatred of lilni rose to the t.ip pit.b when Ihe tlrst note fell du(. and ol.l Hi.yiic iu person came to Ibe offlce to lollect il. After that tbe young iiinii (juit speaking to his wife's fatlnr, and the young wife hirsclf fell ashamed aud grlccd lo observe the grasping <.ag,.riicts tvlth tvhich he pur sued Joe for tbe |iayineDls, Montb after month tho elToris to pny Boyne came harder, for there were the painters and carpenters to pay, a bathroom had beeu Imilt imo the Cot¬ tage, and tbe plumber's bill was a cau¬ tion. To make mailers liardfr for Joe, Ibc litll,. Stewarts began to ar¬ rlv.., and when tbe time came to pny the young husband snw thnt bed have to "staii.l olT' either Ihe doctor or Boyn.. He paid Ihe doctor. His fatbcr-lnlaw iDiiiide.l bim at the of flee, nt the li.nisc. wuilt.d for liliii nt the sirevt ..orner. nnd tben s.rawlrd a letter in wbi.b be Ihreateiied to fore Close if the imlc past dne wosn'l paid Muigy nlmost broke her heart wbeu ahe f.iun.l out the truth, but w b..n Dad cnlle.l she pleaded with hint lo five ilieiu a liulc more time. She thowf.l hlui her pretty bnby ant^itrom- Ised that -hcv would now b.>giu lo coiiomlie iu earnest. Old Boyne promised an eiiensioii. bnt harped upon the need .if c.onomy until sbe felt like striking biu). It triis tbe same every inue a new uote came due He was insaiiale. g«v» ihem neillier ih.*. i- n,.r li..p,. ..r leniency, |ec tur..,! her «,-oi,lc I ,1,.^ even wben thc hnr.l^ariie.l m.,r.ey was forih.vniiiig Il was ne.Pssaiy i,> Hdut-e .Til their expenses J.e .ptii smoking an.l be gan to .arry b;« lun.b iu a , ullar Ikii When he ccniiired to Itave the money ready for the lecurrlng notes be sent It l.y eheek to •told ineetiag the iniser- ly Boyne By inuiual consent tbey 4ull menil.jn.iii hi. name Sometluica When bf- caKed ,lurins tbc day to ttr Marty aod ber I aby she ivouldn't let k!iu Is, le.gu.u; 10 he oul "economy." It waa cruel. anA *h« cried a go(Hl deal, but sbe knew Jo« wnuld fret and fume If he knew that Boyue bad been harrying her. And so Ibey ..aiue to have such a lerror ol Ills visits that Stewart bent nil bis ef forts to forestall the impending pay nitnts and thus keep the despised old drayiuan from showing his grlazled face either at tbe ofllce where Joe wo.keH or nt the little home >»'bere .Margy t-yiled with no less patience and fnr more cheerfulness. And wbeu Ibe lnst note was paid and old Boyne and bis hateful wnys wrre commencing to lie forgotten by Ibe estranged daughter and (he unfor¬ giving Stewart, the young pair hnd a kind of Informal celebration. Little Joe In bis best Idonsc and baby Mar¬ garet in high chair were sitting at table, their pretty niother abloom In her pink kimona. wbeu Joe came home wllb thc last note—and a big bouquet of loses for the tea inble. "Well, Margy. we're done with the old skinflint, eh? Eicuie me,, sir," Kor the old man was sitting by tbe flreplace. and wben he came over to -shake bands tbe old face was so radl- nnt that Joe couldn't belp taking Boyne's bony band. "He's given me back all you paid bim. Joe." cried the wife, shaking n budget of bnnk notes at them; "he waa only fooling na—fooling ua Inlo being economical," "I tell you. Joe Stewart," began Ihe old dravmnn wbeu they sat down to supper, "Ihere's no use to make money if ycu don't save It. When I vrat your nge " And then for tbc first time old Boyne's lecture on economy seemed in- teestlng to them all.—Chicago Record- Herald. NOBOOY WANTS THIS FUND. I Tl la HaM la a Mask For ih* rirst at B*vaa M*B irha DU*. There Is $65 aafely secured in tbe vaults at the German Saving* Bank ot Ihls city awailing the flrat death among aeven of tbe oldest anrvlvora of Hope Assembly. Knighta ot Labor. Tbe sum will be used to defray tbe funeral cxiienses of tbe next to die. None ot tbe survivors is aoxioui to claim the amount or to have Ibe honor of lieing laid away by Ihc six who tur- vlve. The creation of the fund Is environed with au Interesting bit of labor union blslory. It was established abont ten years ago. when Hope Aasembly was disbanded and all Ita memliera afllllat- cd with PalDtera' I'nion No. 1 ot Ihe Brotherhood of Talntera and Decora¬ tors of America. At that time a num¬ ber ot tbc membera of Hope Assembly were too old to become entitled to fnll beneflts in Ihe painters' union, and so It was decided to set aside the balanco lu Ibc trvoaury of the assembly, wblch amounted to about $700, for the estab¬ lishment ot a fund for thc beneflt of these old members. There were nineteen of tbem at thc time. Trustees were appointed, and the amount deposited lu an envelope with tbe bank Instead of In the usual wny. so tbat tbere would be uo possi¬ billly of It being diminished in any way except by the amounts drawn v,,_^ . »ft.oiu it on the death of a beneficiary. Wbei'tT] Krom time to time thc fund wa* draivn upon, until now bnt $6S Is left. If tbe fuud had been placed on interest It is thought it would have growu large enough to defray the expenses of all the hencflclarles. The seven beneflcinrles who remain are all over seventy yenrs of age. One of them said yesierday tbnl there Is absolutely nn Jealousy as to tbe eventual dispo¬ sition of thc balance or as to wbosc lelnllvcs n»ay receive It. The condi¬ tion is regarded by local union men as uui(|ue nnd luterestlng. — Baltimore American. WISE WORDS. Ue who bag good ¦Who Is rich wife. t^o to Bleep without supper, but rise without debt. Whatever is hateful to tbee, do not to Ihy neighbor. Hold your neighbor's bonor at sa¬ cred as your own. Hear sixty advisers, but be guided by your own conviction. One enemy is too many, a thousand frii.iids is none too many. If the thief has no opportunity bo ihinks bimself honorable. He who teaches bis son no trade is as if he taught bim to steal, Thc noblest of all charities It In en¬ abling the poor to earn a nvellbood. How may n man obtain greatness? By fldellty, truth and lofty thoughts. He who has no Inner nobleness baa uutbing, even If be is of noble birth, A mon Is known by three things: by bis conduct in money mattera, bts be- linvlur nt tbe table and bis demeanor when angry. Three names are given to a man: one by Ills parents, another b.y the world and tbe third by bis works—thc one wblcb Is wrltlen In tbe Immortal book nf Ills fale. Do not worry thyself wih Ibe troublo of Ill-morrow; perbaps Ihou shall have no tomorrow, and wby shouldst thou trouble thyself about a world Ihat Is uot thine? The Ituaalan Sare.nsloa. 11 was hoped ami expt.cled in Russia Ibat the Cxar* ouly aurvlvlug brother, the Orand Duke Michael, wbo now bears the llle of Ciarevltch, would shorlly )>e displaced from this |io*ltlon l.y the birth of a male belr-apparent in Ihc direct line, but for the flfth time since bis aiarrlage Nichola* II. has l.een disnpiKdnted. aud this time more acutely tban liefore. Kour daughters have been liorn to him at pretty regu¬ lar Iniervnls slut* JSO.'i. bul now tbe lm|>erlal court physicians certify to tbe preiuutur* ennnoementof the Empress, The (lUestlon of tbe Russian succcs- t-ion Is by nu meaus clear. According to a ilecree of the Eminiror Paul of 17l»7. the suc.vssioii is by right of prl- uiogeiiiture, with preference of male over femnle heirs, but this must tie a differenl kind of Uw from that nf our own royal bouse, otherwise the Cr.ars brother would not It*' bis present heir- apparent In preference to bl* eldest daughter Sime the accessioD of the K.iioanorrs Russin ba* been rnled at various limes by four enipresses, but ll Is not eerlain that, failing Ihe pres¬ eni Cr-areili. Ii-tvli.ise constliullon la l.y uo Ul. ans rotuisi -bis position as tbe hdr-appareut would doi lie taken by (be Cxar's uucle, tbe (iraud Du'.:e Vladiuiii, the li4niii»,ir,est and ablr>i iiieinlwr of the ini|>prial house—a kint? of .ross III (haracier au.l accomplish- menls lielween Nn hulas I , our anlag- ..¦ai.t of the Crimea, and bla snn Alex¬ ander II.. the eniancl|iator uf tbe aerfa, - I.xindon Chronicle. aaasMhlaa ¦¦ * Kaia*. Thrre is a good deal in a oame atler all. Don't give your baby ooe lUat be will afterward L>« aabamed to wr.ie . nd thua v.- j under tbe disfui*; ot tb IsltlaL—>tW ttviog titt crtdtriiBf boalJr tbom ' T«rk >tvii. miREIfEIIMTHEWEEII WARNtNaTlIN TTBMt. Commander Thomas B. Howard, now ou duty at the Naval Academy, wns selected to command the uew monitor Nevada. Baron Hengelmuller presctitetl his new credentials as Ambassador from Austria-Hungary to tbe President, Internal revenue collections fov No vember were $19 SSo.S.I?. a decreaie from the previous year ot $3,303,.'W1, The Government accepted the thirty- knot torpedo boat WIIkt>s built iu New York Clly. President nooscvell received the del¬ egates attending tbe biennial conven¬ tion of the Sigma .\lpha Epsllou Kra- ternlty. In session at Washington. OCR ADOPTKD IRl.ANn«. 'An American Kchooltencher nl Ba- tangas. P. r, was scutenced by a na¬ tive judge to flftfcu days' Imprison¬ ment for whipping a schoollioy. Tbe I'nited States .^rmy transport Sherman struck a rork ou the south coast of Luzon, P, I„ hut was enabled lo reach Manlln In safet.r* Adnrtral Dewey arrived at Pon(.e, P, R.. from a trip across tbc Islnnd, ond received n warm popular welcome. Numerons municipal presidents In the provinces ot Cavlte nnd Rlxal. P. I., are aaalsting the native constabu¬ lary to run down tbc ladroues. Tbe reception ot Admirnl Dewey on his arrival at Ran Juan. P. R., was a tremendous success. The parade which lie led wilh Ihe naval olBcers was on Imposing spectacle, Tbero waa an Im¬ mense crowd of spectators. The Gov¬ ernor gave a ball iu honor ot the Ad¬ miral. ^ It la atated tbnt tbe provinces of Ca- rlte. Batangaa and 'Foyaliaa iu the Pbll¬ lppine* will be placed under military control becanae ot the dllTlcuUies of the Olvll Government -with tbe la- drone*. Natives of Ibe Island of Panay. P. I„ hare raised funds tn send tn Boston tn aid In the prosecution ot the case of Father Augustin, killed by thc water cure. VOMBtTIC. Former Secretary ot War Elkins de¬ clared thnt flfly battleships should be built before naval appropriations were pared down. The will of Thomas R. Reed was filed at New York City, It gives all his estate to bla widow. Mrs. Susan V. Reed, and makes ber sole executrU, a bequest lo big father and mother hav¬ ing lapsed by their death. Two Poles were arrested at Ospur, IIL. for opening a mnll sack and bnrii- Ing Ihe contents to keep Ihcmselvea worm. The responsibility for the lurt room explosion lu Hot Springs, Ark,, by wblcb two men were killed, has been placed upon the proprietors and thc lighting coinpany. Andrew Carnegie made n condltloual flft of $2."i,000 to the I,oyal Legion of ,dibor, a negro orgatilzatloii formed In Ohio for educational and political work. Andrew Carson, a telegraph operalor. blamed for the wreck on the Uranil Trunk Kailroad. near I,Kiudon. Ont,. said the accident was due to n conflict¬ ing ordei' from the train despntther. Cardinal Olbboiis narrowly escaped serious Injury In a falllitg (.levator In a Pittsburg^4'a.) hotel. He was shaken, but unhurt. The torpedo boal destroyer Worden. now nt Norfolk Navy Y'ard, wna or¬ dered In commission. Robbers relieved Ihc Slato Bank at Webber, Kau„ of JISOO cash nnd es¬ caped, Generni Greene. Ihe new Police Com¬ missioner of New Y'ork City, has re¬ tained tbe present deputies. While seeking food or shelter Joseph Uarlton, nn aged prospector, perished iu the storm near Isle. Col. While pinylug Snnta Claus, Forest Gale, a flfteen-ycarold hoy. was fa¬ tally burned In the Salvation Army barracks at Uamilton. O, Having forced Ed Gay. of Mathews, Ga„ to force open his safe an unknowu man killed bim and took $1200 In rash with wblcb he eacaped, leaving no clue, Daniel C. Moynibnn, former captaiu of police, was acquitted nt New York City by a jury ot a charge ot accepting bribe*. While Mr, and Mrs, A, W. William* were dining at tbe Westminster liotel. Loa Angeles. Cal.. thieves took $3000 worth of jewelry trom Ibelr room. Jamea Klldre, aged 102 years, nnd supposed to hove beeu tbe oldest resi¬ dent ot Illinois, died at Iiauville, 111. Two hundred passeuger*. on entire tralnload. were Injured lu a wreck In Illinois. None were killed. Nate Ralsbury. controlling portner In Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, died at Loug Branch. N, J. rOBBION. PievnU'Uce of typhoid, said lo he due lo eating oysters caused a decrease )u Ibelr sale In I,aiudon. Types of Ibe nt.w British cruisers Imilt during the year do not fulfll tbc eziH'ctatlons raised. Queen Alexandra gave n dinner to widows nnd ..blldrt.n of men wbo fell In the South .Vfrlcaii war. The Pope ordered . xi.,immunicated nil persons who endeavor to promote a national church in tbe Philippines. A baby farming scandal is stirring Y'okohama. Japan. It being alleged tbat 300 infants have died at one place since It was started. Au earthquake Kbo.k wblcb lasted twenty-three seconds wns felt at BIgsk. In Ihe government of Tomsk. The Red Cross Society nt St. Peters¬ burg is sending relief to the earthquake surTcrers at Audljnn. Roumaiiln's Keiiaie passed a bill to Duturnll7.c Hebre'.vs. Mlulater Bowen. at Caracas. Vene- guela,waa snubbed by the grand dameg of Ihe Von Pllgrlm-Bnltaxzl set. Krnnk KimliorouKh. nn American artist, died In London froiu pneumonia, Tbe earlhqnakc shocks nt Andljan, Turkestan, (wntliiue, Itnllway traffic was Interrupted and daniage (stiuiatcd at millions dune. A lioat race between |.rews of Ibe Mnasathusetts and tbe .Alabama, at Port of Spain. Trinidad, for a purse of $l(N«i, resulted lu u tie. Tbe Ked D I.lne sieamer Caracas en tered the imrt of Lu Ciinyra, Vcne- luela, afler slight opisisitlou. Se.relnry ami Mrs. Chatnlierlnin ar rived at ilurliaii. South Africa, and w,.re received with entbiisiasm, Mr Cliamlierlaln's Bp(.ei.he* were nolsbl* for tbeir stroog tone of cont IliatioB. Premier Balfour was eonflued to bis bed at his .Kcutt h bome with au attack of tiiflurnza. The Paris police seiie.l the papers of Jean ile I.a Morrr. Ihe explorer and manager of a Klondike mining com- l,anv, whl.b Is .ni.ltallxed al altout tH. (ssi.issi. De I-M Marrc Is buspected u( irregular proceedings Cbrlsinins in Kuglaiid «-a* luarkci) liy a rettirn of tlie spirit of festivity nud bospiiaiii.v t, iii.b bad Iteru la<'klli|| during the B'sr *ar. It Is r..|>orted Ibal lis.Ida Mullah who frequently made trouble for Rug land in Afgbanialan. died niid^wa* bur led. Tbe Mollab Safi Kabib aucceeded binj. The Pope gave au andience lo ihi nfflcera uf the Papal lluard aud t< other oIIIi.'era represenling bl* ermy. LlenCeuant cieneral Miles arrived at Pekln, Cfaino. uu t abon vl*l(. Tbi lieueral wa* rei'elveJ In audlcsr* bj | ilie Imperial fauiily, ftDd rcrlewtd tiM' CktacMUtvpts MOORISH ARMY ROUTED Solcliers Flod in Wild Disorder Bafora the Cavalry of the Pretendtt. tooo Said la Hav* Ba*a Blal>—Caa. mad Ainnaalllaa Ahaadaiwd la tha I'aalo—Cl.ll War P..rtO, London.- The rout In Tnxn of Ihe XKIiorlsb Imperial array by rebels, un¬ der the leadership of Ihc pretender to the ibroue. which waa reported, bas lieeil (VBcltlly confirmed. The Jmt^rlal force* abandoned their gnus. lillea. ammunition, tents and lieasl* ot burden and fled precipitately to Fea. .Miout 2000 soidiera were killed. In a dispatch from Kri the corre¬ spondent ot the Titties saya be bellevei the situation to be critical. "I have reason to donbt Ihe loyally ot the Inhabitants of Kei." he aays. "Both the Governiuent and the Euro, penna here ridicule my apprebentloni^ of an acute crisis and my estimate o.' the pretender's strength. . t nm leav¬ ing Fez Immediately," Tbe Times publlahea also a dlspatcb from Tangier In which tbe correapond- ent says: "I got away from Kei Just In time. I arrived here this morning with the flrst news of the disaster. The rebels are reported lo be marching on Keg, which Is Incapable of defense for more tbau a few days, owing lo Ita poalilon. the aliaolute lack of supply of provis¬ ions and tbc ruinous state of the town wnlls. The population will remain loyal only ns loug aa the Sultan can protect and feed them. A few days of siege means atarvatlon. The Sultan may attempt to esenpe. hnt In that casi Kez will acknowledge the pretender, "The Sultan's troops were disastrous¬ ly routed; the remuant fled to Fez. abandoning everything, artillery, tents, rifle*, animunltlnn. money anil atorra. Practically the whole army waa routed, a* comparatively very few troupa irere left In Fet. The road from Fez to Tan¬ gier Is open and safe at preaent. but Ihe pretender's prestige will receive an enormoua stlniulua and loyal tribea n-||| join hia cause. If tbe Rultan es¬ capes, or can defend Fez. the south will supimy him. in which cose civl' war Is Incvftable." MRS. GRANT'S WILL FILED. Btlata I.*n la OhlMraa, Meiaantn* ta Metraiiolllaa Uasaam at Airt. Washington. D. C—The Metropolitan Muaenm ut Art. In New York City, la tu receive the tbousand-year-old gold la(|uered cabinet presented to Mra. Julia Dent Grant br the Mikado ot Japau. a<>cordiug to tier will, filed tor probate. The niusouin ts also to receive two valuable vnscs presenlcd lc Mrs. (irant set giren Iter by the Kiug of Slam, by tbe Mikado, Ihe solid gold toilet and other meiueuto* she received wblle on the trip around the world 'n-ith Generol Grant Tbe ettate. contlaling of real ealale valued at $40,00% caah $10,000 aud Bccurltlea $180,000, la to be divided equolly among ber four children. Qen¬ eral Fred D. Grant, by the action ot the children. Is named as executor. With the will was flied a sworn statemeut by J. Pierponl Morgan eertl. I'ylug to the signature* of Anthony Diexel aud (Jeorge W. Childs, wit- iiciise* to llle win. The executor Is dbected by thc will to present lo thc (ioverjim(>ut uuy historicol efrecis denned desirable. SNOWSLIOE CARRliS DEATH. Oanhhoas* and Ocenitaal* twept Down a Monnlain Bid*. .Nelson, B. C,-News reacbed here Ihnt a snuwsllde strnck tbe bunk house of the Mullle Gibson Mine, ten miles from Luke Kootenai, uu I'hrlalmas uight, razing the building. It I* be¬ lieveil tu have killed nine men and In¬ jured several othera. The men bnd gone tu bed nfler huld¬ lng nil Impromptu (.oacerl. The auow- sllde crushed lu the rouf and awept the men down thc mountniu. They were (.arried from ,100 feet to bait a mile from tbe site ot thc cabin. One mau was tound In the suow. wrilbliig lu agony. lie died a few mouients later. BANK BLOWN tO PIECES. Babbera Oblala •It.eoo anil, lailoililat- Ina raranar*, Bscap*. St. Ixiula, Mo,—The bank at Union, Mo,, waa robbed of $in,iJO0 In a aeuaa- tional manner by burglara between 1 and 2 a. ui. Resident* In tbe vicinity of tbe bauk wero arouaed by Ibe sound of an ezploalon and tome ot tlieui rushed Into tbe atreet. Tbe burglara then leoTlng tbe bank, flred tome flfly thoti tt random, and were aucresatnl lu Intimidating tbe wuuld-he captort until Ihey had made their racape. All the money was takeu from tbe vaults. Tbe building waa completely wrecked. No (.luc to the rubbora baa been discovered. a«T*d th* ¦*••* Coart'* Ufa. Prealdent RooRevelt't rourie In t«(^ur- Ing reference of tbe Venetueltn contro¬ versy to The Utgue tribunal waa coiu- tuended la tbe Kuropean (.tpllala. al¬ though some dltapnolntnient waa maa- ifeated In Berlin that he had uot con- S(.nted to act aa arbitrator. Baron d'Estuurnellea de Conttaut. a French member of Tbe Hague tribunal, tn a leiter warmly congratulallng the Pretl¬ dent. ozpretaed the opinion tbat bla ac¬ tion bad aaved tbe tribunal from prar¬ tleal extinction. Tbla view la abtred by admlniktratlon oIBcUIb and diplo¬ mat* lu Waiblogton. Tbe Prealdent'* note, setting forth tbe reaiont for bia nttlun, waa received by tbe Kurelgu offices at London. Berlin and Roma Drolh«rs A*yh|ralal«d In B*d. Jamea Bacbman, twenty-four yeart uld. and William Bacbman. nineteen year* old, hrotbcra, were tound dead III their room In t hotel tt Alleutown, I'a, They bad lieen aiphyxlated by Il¬ luminating ga*. It Is supiiosed tbey blew out the gat when they went to Ixd. Train tana Dar* >• > Drin. The *now blockade on the Bnrllnglon ruad wa* lifted, when an aciwrnmoda. tiun train at Sterling. Col., ttock terea daya In a drift, waa dng ont by band. Takai The Deiiartment of Juallce at Ot- lnna, Oot.. haa lieco adviaed from tho Vnkun that the two murderer*, La- belle aud Kournler, will be executed on tbe aame day. January 20. La- lielle was to bave been banged on January 10. but It ho* been decided to have bolb executed on IHc aame day, Tbey were convicted of mtlrdeilng minera for their gold. Tia* m.m Mala* la Ca—¦lualan. Tbe new lialtleship Maine wo* |>ut in commiaaion at Ibe I,«agne Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia. M*w As*l*ta«l tacratary. Koliert B. Aroi*lroug. prlvale aecre- taiy lu Kecrelary Kbaw. will lie ap- ttolnled Aeaialant Herrelary of the, TreaRury. al Waahington. oo Ibe r««*j sembling of Cuugrea*. to aurceatd O. L. Hpouldlng. who*e rtsiguallon ba* lieen In Ibe band* of Secretary Hhaw for some tlnie. niieoa raasa MMa** VI** aB4a*air.n Pailma Ring Upoo, said to ba tbe sma Ileal peraon In tbe world. 4ia4 tad- denly at BeaoiaoDt. Teaaa. Bbt wat twenty-two yeart oM, watgkad tttoou poomto omt titm ti^tat/-«lglM hictaat THE COBOHilTIOII OIHIIIII Gorgeous Display at ttw Vkmttft Entry Into Mhl. EDWARD Vll. HAILED EMPERM Oriental BaUro D*d*ch*« Wllk IiaHJ' rallaw Lai^ aad La«r Caraaa laaa«%t Caisltal ar Ih* itaptaimmiltomwJtmmoom oa Kl*|>haati — Daka at Klag m<lwa*4'* ll«»r**«atatl*«. Delhi. India,—The opening nle* of (he great coronation darter, at which King Edward VM. of Bl^tliad wat formally proclaimed Kupaiar af India, begau bere on Monday, llw Viceroy. Lord Curtou of Kadltrttll, made bit ttate entry Into Delhi. H* waa accompanird by tbe Duke ot Ottp' naught, wbo wna aent by King Cjlvani to repreaeni hliu. and by tbe DtickaMk. I/ord Cunon reacbed the railway MiH tion ot 11.30 o'clock, and wm recelTaC hy the ruling chlefa, the GoTenMn ot Prealdenclea, the Lieutenant-QorwiMm ot liroTlncea and the Lleutenaat-aenar* alt coqimaudlng the troopa. Aa Lord and l^dy Cunon and Ik* Duke and Ducheaa of Ooaaaa^ mounted elephants nud pasaed tbroosll the line of rullug chiefs. Ihe elepbaBtt of tbe chief* saluted hy trampetlBg and throwing tbrlr tnuikt In the ttt. Then tliey fell in Ilue behiud th« Tlet- regtl and royal iiarllrt. the whole atak* Ing a procesalou of aeventy coloaaal elephanta. Tbe parade alarted Wltk tbe dragoons nud horte artUiary Ulk goi'geoua attire leading. The haiaMa and trumpetera, tlx Kngllth toMltfa and tlx natlvet, clad tn crinitaa cMIBi heavily braided with gold, follawad. Just at the party arrived, a aalMa of thirty-one gunt waa flred fron tte tort. The Duke nud Duchett rceahMpd , every bonor from Ihe Viceroy aad chlefi. The chleft were preteated la tnm to the member* ot the royal tmt viceregal parties. Afterward all tte mounted elepbantt and tet out foe tte great camp. No triumphal procession of Ite Mo* gult or the Hindu kinga ever dauMI the Indiana aa did tbla ptrade ntVTllB over a ttx-mllo route tbrougb tte ctty. Flrtt came the Viceroy on tte teat elephaiit that be ownt. In hia fraat silver howdah, and followed br tte Duke and Durbea* of Coanamht aM Ijidy Curaou ou elephantt with gttted tuaka and Jeweled foteheadt, gtaawH aud Governora on elephtntt, tbt aMaa* de-ctmp on horteback, th* tilaekTte^ regal cavalry bodyguard In acMIII^ turbana, with the viceregal ttai ' and tbe flaga, tbo nttlra mounted on allk and gem-coTcrtd pbauta and wtth tbeir tralna te aud velvet, and Ibc foreign I acaiw^ . UBdUdi prfMM, tatlvet In brilliant cafriacte oti ait horteback. Following thetc eaaa Ite troopt with mntle, BIkh eayalty MMl Bnglltb, Goorkba reglmentt la gtttta.i Bengali and Rajpntana In browa MM red, and Bngllth Infantry la fot Wi white. Forty thouttnd troopi i to the mutlc of tcoret of baada tAtt' DelhL After tbe proccialon tbrougb Dattl city the Vireroy led to the plain, wMte. the great army ot many nntlont Wtitt Into ctmp for the nlgbt. Ou Toesday tbe Viceroy opened tte Art* Exhibition. In thc Kndtia Gar^ dent, outaide tbe Ktthinir gate ot tte ' city. ^ >, On Thuraday, the object of tte •MfC llon. the actual proclamallou of M* ward Vil. aa King of England aad Emperor of India occurred In the urcat horaetboe amphitheatre ou tbe plala, two mtlei Iieyond tbe (Hiup. ;;' The Vtceroy'a camp, for hit glMtta of honor, the Duke and Uuclieaa tC , Connaught and for his linmedlata of¬ flcer* aod ntlarhea, liodyguard Mud aer- vant*. wllh elephant Unci and ten* attblc* adjoining, la on the UntlBlf.: Ridge, wbere the relielllou of tte M-^ I>oyi wai flunlly liroken. Utt amb retinue and attendtnti luclndea tttm r 2000 aouli. Hit peraonal camp It BMI* niflcent. Tbe ttate pavlllout, of WhMa.;- and gold, are reached liy a ttralfM. road tbree-quarteri of a niUe kmn MM flfly yards wide. The Urgett of tlM« tenti It 108x00 feel; the drawing tttm la 88xSa feet ond the dining nMM. Where Lord and I,jidy Coraon and (tek 12S penonal goealt dine. It IWaM fter tnd It hung with wagnlflcent exanvlw of native needlework and of tba MiWh About tbit central tnd TlttrtJM. ctmp on Mutiny Ridge are tbe etttm ot Ihe Governort of the Madrat ttit- Bomliay Prealdenrlei, the Ueateau!' Governor*. Lord Kitchener aad tte other high military tqd ctrll oMMd of Ibe Aiiglo-Indtau Governnient. Al tome distance tre tht local Mt- ernmeut cnmpi of Ihe mahanja^ and rajabt of forty - two fcodaMiy itatea and Ulliea, Ihe IndepcatfMl rhiefa and AHtattc rulert. with tteW tralna ot elepbtuti. wrtpped la JW; , eled tllka. their Itnrbtrlc aqnadroBaaf horaemen lu atrange garb and ttaM arnilea of slave*. Twelre tliontaad tt tbeae Indiana nud Aafaitlct are tmtm can vat. The ctmp covert an area ofBflf- tquire Bill** and Ibere are dweller* under rouvtt. It ritoned br 4.1.000 iroop^. Tte < Inatallatlon It tbe larBtvt ar«r for a temporary affair. Tte i wirea weigh tome tizty toaa aad tten tre llfty mUet of andergronad eaWt. ^:i rtetttcSS trtt kaOTTf •Nm ;i aiiM raaiaa* far Atair Oi Becretary Root bat apprortd tte tm port of Ihe Board of Army Ofleara ttt renily appointed to rontlder pro|io*ed modtHcalloua of tte . preacrtbing rhangrt In tbe ontfanM «( tbe army. Thit aetion iatnrta tte fW of blue faclngt on tte ualfonaa la- ¦tead of white, wblcb wtt farorcd If inany army oOlcert. Haa 8T*a« Nail*d •¦ • Maag»*« Charlea W. RoblntoB, aiiacotatlto character, died at Ottliwa, Kaa., «f; ironiumption. Before bit dcatk at/ rolled In aome Beigbbora whom te •«¦( abont bl* wealth aod wtere tt s hidden. From the bottom of a WWM In a barn ibey dog np $T00O In gaM a|i|, grcentecka. packed awty In frait Jl BoblBion bad lived like a mtter. Rhode Itland baa raised tte qaaiaa- tlne IaM againtt Conneetimt teeatMW: of tbe boof and uiettlb diteate. Thv** ¦¦¦tar* r»a**» ta B*ata. Three wen torcombed ta Ite atM wbUe out hubting ia Heury Ceaal^, III. Tbey toqgbt protectloa ta a Bar ¦Uck tnd went to tieep, where ttty were found froiea ta death. Ttef weit. Freeman Joaee, fleeria Hadk- bartb tnd Milo Jefferaea. Aafchi*** ¦¦Itaa gtpitte*. Tbe Dutch aoremmeat ku rrealMi a telegram from BaUela. Oniek BmI:;,^ Indlea. aunounclag tbe eaptara «( OM^i 8olua'a family lu Ibe monatalaa m^ Achln. Bomatra. wbere It ka4 MM|.i refuge. ¦**¦¦!¦¦ mua Km* • awfiar, Death overcame T|«tathy t. Intrgbr. la as uaoeLUpltil Botion. Matt. Ult bady waa by a policemaa. Hayea kad the bonae lo tteal lead |ripe. Tte bad aot beeu taraad at, and rot ont a tection af pipe ta tte 1 room tte gaa gaabed a* Mta Ma tnd overcaaMi Maa al aaae. catea ¦lattt la «a|lr ¦¦••* Tte Cataa Beaaia eaatply wkk Prttldtat I to tteat ta eslia Ite ladpaMtty tttttf
|Title||Nassau County Review 19030102|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19030102|
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