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wmmm \ §i(fmd^ A rAMILT MBWSPAPKB OW LOCAI. ANO GXITBKAIi INTBLIalOBHCB. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902. NO. 2T. s Sflili ^tttm of hmmttfmfMc m aMOWniS fMH Mfl TIM W <IJ« •AMPLCS ON RCQUCST News and Opinions , • OP ¦ National Importance Tli^^fe.5un AXiOUHl CONTAINS BOTH Jlilif, IfHMll • leayNr MlaadSmtftf, I9 a'i |8 ifMi Thie Sunday 5un ittmmM iha f eopy. By Mil, $21 yMr .STATE NEWa ^ '¦¦*• • visa Mai am. The Taitttty Braach at tlw Stata ronot Flak aad Gaiaa Commiaaion la •boat t» bcgia the cxpcrtnieBt of rala- taa traaa for traaaplaatlng. Tbe eec- iea eelacted le Lake Clear, In the Adk landaclii. Tke htoaA acree la tbla eec- re ajaept bjr eereral Urea, and DoioMl WUUaai r. Foz. BnperlpteBd- •at o( tha State Foreata. wboae expe- ieaea bi the arooda datee back to bla tMqrkeod. la aangnliie of the aaeceaa of (be aaderUklag. It la hie plan to ee- 'Ablleh tbe naraery hi aome warm, •bdtcred place. Tbe principal apeciee •nu be ptee aad aproce, hi^t augar ma- >le aad otber natlre wooda can and nay be cnltlTated If there la any de- aiand for them. At preeent the Btata Mya Ita aeedUns* of pine and apnice Tiwa Weatem SUtea, paying fS to >4 per 1000 (or eeedllnga from three to (oar yeare old. eotonel Fox aaaerta Ihat the State can ralee aecdllnga fonr rean oM. anlUble for tranaplantlng. U flfljr ceate per 1000. and tbat It can la a (ew yean furaUb S,000,000 eecd- JiW* a year. Tbeee can be aent to any yon at Us Btate (or dUtrlbnthm, aimi¬ lar to tbc dlatrlbntlon of Ilah from the Btato bateherlea cow. Colonel Fox hellerea that the demand for ahade ticea In cltlea wlU Increaae, aud that n Btate anracry to aa:>ply anch deciands Witt become a neceaaity. PATENTS %: ¦¦: ' ft t&MMSlia flMBHna, 1.1. I' I-' N£W EDITION Naw riataa Tlkra«stka«t aSaOOO New Worda Pkaaaaa aad DafflalHaaa «MM3w.T.M4MMinLDaaLA, 'imtmmtmm CamwIwUnaral Bda*, ttm if a iMfla aana al afaalallata aai adhan. a^^la^a A tttt M« Vtia at Crochu. A Cn which atarted hi thc T^hige ot Crogban. ten inilea north of Lowvillo, *Ka*od loaeee eatlmated at from f290,> XK) to |300,O03l Tbe flre, the origin of wbhib la unknown, waa diacovered In Torck'a Uotcl. which, together wllh bam aad other ontbulhUnga, waa aooa redneed to aabca. From tbfai hotel the lli« aptaad to the Peter H. Strife Hotel and baraa and tbence to thc l^rcd Btrife Hotel and hanu, all rf wblch wen bnrned to tlw grouaiL The next LnUtUuga to bc deatroyed were Kred Orabam'* large hardwure atore build¬ ing and dwelling combined, MIrhaei Norta A Boa'a general atore, aod Kay- monJ Loe'a dwelling houae. From tbeae bnlldlilga thc fire apread to tbe beantlfal property of the 8t. Stephen'a Catholic Bociety, all of which waa bamed, ernhnetng the church proper, Boaaatery, alaten' canvcnt, aciiool baUdlng and college attached to tbe monaatery. AU told twcuty-oae hnlld- Uiga wen deatroyeil. WaaaiBB Oatipla Nasyrisad. A woddlng proceaalon, tho like oi wblch bad never before been aeen lu BnCalo, eacorted Mr. and Mra. Oharlea f. Bmltb to the atation when they he- En tbidr bdneymoon. Hra. Bmlth waa aa Lonlae Dilcher. The young couple had idanncd to eecape by going from Uw bonae through a hack door, hut Ihey won captured and taken to th; •tatton, eacorted by a parade of flve dl- rfaUoaa. The fint dlviaion waa made •p of abont fifty amall boya on h'ey- dee, who flred roman candlea. The aecond dirlalon indndad an open mov¬ ing ran containing youug men who Ihot off all kiada of fireworks. The third dIvlaloB ineladed eerenl tallyhoa eunylng ott the wedding gueata. Tho trida aad groom wen placarded aud forced to atand np In the lirat tallyho. Baggage-wagona .tearing all sorts of iabela, aomo adrcrtlalng wagons and anotber wbeel brigade hro-Jght up fdt nar. ¦aaaaa Valtowaa •rinttiallaUe Waadlaa. Tbe Dev. LIxxle Bnwer. paator of Ibe I'lnt Bociety of Bpirltualiata In Bivacnac, performed a luorriago eere¬ mouy according to the aplrltnallatic rit¬ ual, baring the ceremony aho was, aa abe pat It, under divine luflnenee. aud taM only aueh things ua were directed hy tbe splrita. During the trance ehe gare ber hloaalng to the conple and ex¬ horted then to be (rue to the aplrltual- latlc faith. The bride whs Klhcl J. Uolflng and thc groom .\lfred Htowe, both of Boalcu. They are by pi-ofcs- •lo3 aerial performers lu a cirrus aud wl'J continue lu that oecu|uitloo. A leauce foliowcd thc wedding. OIbIbs* Aoalaat tb* aiat*. Twe clalfua wcr:? Cled ngaliist the State at .Vlbauy by landowners on the tborca of thc Sixth aud ikvonth Lakea. Fnlto3 Clialn. lu IlnmUlon Cuuuly, for damagea to tbolr prcperty by naaon of an CTcrflow of tlie lakea caused by (be State'a action lu raiaing the dacia la the outlet cf the lakes. James Ual- Tin. of Carthage, wbo owns proiieriy on the aborca of bolh lulm. claicis ibat bla altea for sumuier cottagea have been (lamaged to the extent of $3;;30. Walter N. Wnpc, of Carthage, clalma 1878. It la aaaerted that the overflow tt tho lakea killed tr Injured many tacoa. THE MAN Who bclieves he will win TUa life is a race. the declare, VMBBt-lMt Owaau IB railadalphla. Ib FhUadalpliia there are 08 garden*, opanting oo wkat trer* formerly vacant Iota, Inr people who uaed to be unable to aata tbcir living. Fiv* year* ago the Philadalpbia Vacant Lot Association wa< sUrt found * poor pco- nrnnlaail TwcDtv-acTeo acre* all gataai wen aacorto and IOO gardens si ed. Tb* olflecr* o< tbt aocMly foun Mg daataod for tbe lot* Iqr th* poor , li*. aad tbay ban gradoaUyincreatied tbcii BaiMllfB IMil aow arar IOO garden* an atkM. OM Wi««iB«sr* IB iMiaaai. Tb* LoodoB poatoflkc* ara now wing g<rl* a* trail *a bort for th* expre** me*- tenger itrvice. Ta* girl* mott be over *iglita*a y*ar* old, aad they get thirteen ¦cujaa* • trcek. John P. Wright QENERAL AUCTIONEER rraafart, N. V VBBBBBBaB ¦UV THC ALWAVS •ICUARLC C I. aiUMI. I M UUK UflflT • NCVWUB, J. OOfllOfl ¥ MKKL WOW I mm mmtmttmmA <Mbr' ^S^' _ _ ^ tpomttrnttamtstmaiip ja tyw. ^^ioK^^Sia^^tSfSS^ommm^mimmmm "'j^' *-¦ to^mSStmtmPKHmsmmkAvmggpp^^ ¦a»3S5lhaMaShaa*a*li**w< ^^CyjiKSiSBSlii-TMn' I'l^Msili^a nrF^ff?t?t~ Ml atflnta year mot- miAmgmmtmmtttmm | ^*»*ynrLMiiw igLam aaaia ma. aar liaaiapiiMMa Mfl *iflM]^H« «Ma faar aHaal •8|i^r«M" a E*^ aad I jadge tb*t the uige* cre right- are ara tCe jockey* to handle, with cara, the horae* are *peed ia their flight; And Fat* i* the etaricr who bida a* to go, and tre dara nat that fiat defy; U onr horae* be 4*at or onr horses be tlow, for a placc in tb* race we must try. flomewhera np above sits tbe Judge, and H* knotr* the speed o( each borse that we ride, Aad if we ara doing car beet as il goes, or laaxing. and nttle beeide. And thia I have noticed while watching the race tad bearing itt tonnoil and din: The man that is likely lo win the first place i* the man who believes he will irin. "All ready!" The starter it cslling us now. and we look to the bridle and girth .Era ire leap to the saddle tnd tteadfastlr " vow wt will win of the prizes of etrth. Then "Gol" it the word, and awty we all tpccd. etch hoping a trophy to gain; And some, who at first show the power t) lead, fall back, lacking will to tttsin; And otheri there be who join in the fray undiimtyed by the ones in tbeir van. Content in thn end if the .Tndge thall but aty: "He did whtt he could, hke t man." Ah, ttem it the straggle, tnd many are Dttted. while othert do setreely begin: Bnt tne man thtt is winner, be sure, at tbe latt, ia tbe mtn who believes he will win. No hope of tttainment have they who lack trutt, for doubt holds t wavering Kin; In the spirit's low voice, ta it whispers "I mnst!" it the promite of tUwe tttain. Ara yon worn in the ttruggle? Press on. aad prett on! Thut only a priae shall he won; And the .fudge, who well knew thtt vour 3»irit grew wtn,shall whisper, "Well one, yea, well done." Oh, many a man. on faltering tteed, has ridden it ttraight to tnccest. And feet thtt grow wetry. tnd ttumhie and bleed, may tummitt of happiness pre**; For my tool did proclaim, at I ran in the race, with it* turmoil and clamor and din: The mtn thtt it certain tn win the first pltee it the man who believes he will win. —Alfred J. Watcrhoute, in Success. i««*a«*«a IA BIT OF PARISH J HISTORY S By David a. Tatinada*. »*••««•*«««««« ffttttfftt^ THERfS was a preacher onco whose health waa bad—bad as the atate of hia spiritual being was good, which wns very bad. And, although he labored atrenuouily to perform his duty, aa the Scriptures admonished and his congngaliou seemed to desire, he lost beart and became exceedingly like the proverbial reed. No man of tbin blood and writhing nervea ahonld expect tj pnach aound and healthy sermons. Tbe thought had occurred to hftn that he might use a vacation if he had one; bnt, aa the Board of Trustees dliT not auggeat It, and as he felt that lo mention It himaelf would be to deprive hlmaeU of hia Job, he atruggled along aa beat be conld, awailing the Inevit¬ able end, and amlllng strongly ihrough hIa weakneaa. He pnyed for hia loat strength, at timea he wept for It. And theu—poor, almost exbansicd fellow!—he tumbled head over heels In love with the dea¬ con's daugbler. lately returned frjui •chool, and bla cup waa full to ovcr- flowlug. Then he was In more trouble. No man can reveal the Srrlptures sue- ceasfully uuless they huld first plnee lu bla mind. So. as might have been expected, and tbe cougregatiou. wblle It enjoyed the chnnge. looked upon hiui as one In whom the lamp of Intelleet was burning low. aud shook Its lie.ids and sighed-Inside. .\nd the choir took to practiclug popular touga and the Prealdent of Ihe Board of Trustees bought a race horae. and altogether the outlook In that parish was pretly gluui. The deacon who, strangely enougb, wat wlae In a worldly way, saw how things were going. He knew his daughter. He knew she was soft on (he preacher nt the preacher was soft m her. allhough perhaps she did uot thow so plainly. He knew that a wed¬ ding wa* Inevitable. And he knew thnt unleaa he atirred hia atumpa—to use hia own elegant expressiou—the girl would be married to a rulpillesa preacher of poor healih wllhoul a ceut between them and starvation. So while Ihe prearher prayed the deucon atirred his stumps. He i-easoned, the deacon, thnt thc flrat atep waa to 1'Wore the preacher's healtb. In good healih the preacher waa perfectly satiafactory to the con¬ gregation. "He la a corker." aald the deacon, quoting from saint uo one in particular, "when he la In trim." Which waa true. Tbe deacon, being a practical man, consulted a doctor. And the doctor, alao a practical man. watted no wurds. "He mutt have rest." declared the doctor. "The Board of Trusteea won't listen lo It." returued the deacon. "They wonld If they -n-ere convinced Ihat he was Independent of 'em." said thc^jJoclor, "there Isn't one preacher In a handred. of bia excellence, who'd preach for his aalary. Tell 'cm he's got t fortune lu his own right, and prove It to 'em. Il'll be chaneiug yonr fu¬ ture salvation cf eourse. hul It'll Work." "I believe It will." agree<l tfce dea¬ con, after n brief periud of dellbera- tlou. "But we'll have to make Ihe preacher lielieve It. too, bes so—so deuced ronselentlous. Then we'll draw a tenyeor eontraet and get It signed, and tbeu I'll give !ilm five hnndred of hi* fortune and send him away for a few montha." "Il'll work," repeated the doetor. "If I was in your Ox I'd do it with¬ out hetitallon." 80 lhe deacon wenl to a «>rtain city and wa* clo*eted for the better part of three houn wllh a lawyer and for ttae better part of an hour with an ex¬ pert In genealogy, as a result of wbU-h journey the preacher received pajier* elating th.it a distant relative In a forelgu land bad died, and that a more or leat vast estate was being parevleil out to innooeri and untutpectiug vie- tlm*. Aud tin- preacher believed, for he was wilhout guile, and the eh«'k for $500 wat before bis eyes. .Vnd he hied blm awty to get hit shatteretl- ne** together agin. Aod ilie dearoii labored with the Board ot Truttees to the eod that the ten-year contract was aigoed aud sealed. At the end cf tbe nllotteil time the preacher reluratsl am! was we^Med to Ihe deai-oo't daughter. He •ecmr-l another maa. Hit eye* were bright; hi* tbooldert bad lo*l their *loop: be wa* hi* oh] llme hearty telf. tnd eul levtiOB* *l tbe ebureb Ineretted tuueh. "See." tald he. "what prayer will aerompll*hr' "See." «aki the deacoo'i dangbter. "Ibe woadroot power of wcnaj't leTe."" "flee." aaid tbe deacon, "what rum- atOB aeaae wlU do! A heap of good y:ar prayen and love would have doB« U It bada't beta for ua toii Doc. and that tmathed commandment. Lord, forgive mer* And it was all so. Beautiful thoughts dropped from tbe preacher's lips like unto aparka of flre. The congregation came to look upon him as one Inspired. And one day there came from n large city chureh a call. "We have beard of you." aald they of the large elty church, "and we offer you a salary and an annual vacation." And tbe preacher waxed exceeding glnd. and accepted the good offer. Then wns the deocon saddened. "I am to lose my only daughter." he sighed, "and by own fault. The ten- year contract holds not under tbese conditions. We'll be lonely here wllh Maggie gone." But he pul hi* flnger piously to one side ot his nose, and bore himself bravely.—Ncw Vork News. CECIL RHODES'S TOMB Tba Knplr* Ballder Beleeted a Grave oa the Matoppo tfoaalalBs. Although to many the death of Cecil Rhodes came wllh something of u ahock. he himself had loog been aware of Ihc precarious condition of his health, and he had made all the ar¬ rangements for his death, having spe¬ cially selected his tomb. Wheu. dur¬ ing a recent meeling of the Chartered Company abareholdcrs In London, he said: "My only wish is to live as long as most of the heroes of old." he was In a far more serious condition tban was supposed. Allbougb wiien he Urst went to Natal be was given three months to live, he recovered from tbc lung trouble, he had suffered many years from heart disease. The nerv¬ ous atrain of bls life ronipcllcd lilm to the cousumption of enormous quanti¬ ties of olcohol. For weeks he would live on his farm at Umlail with the sole companionship of Dr. Jameson. After a serlout heart attack In 18UT hv set about the ordering of his tomb. Away In the heart of Matabeleland. in an almoat unexplored region, Is a range of rugged nnd hardly accessible mouatalns. known as the Mntoppos. Thero the rebel armies,massed In IWX!. and here he had ridden In unarmed for hls famous conference with the cbiefs. The very highest cf these granite peaks Is known us thu "View of tho World." Miles away acrosa rolling veldt and bush cnn be seeu the llttle township of Bnlawnyo, uud on the summit Cecil Rhodes Indicated the spot where his remains should lie. All thv Rhodes fumily manifested idiosyncraales. Noue of Ihcm ever married. His sister. Miss Rhodes, Is of a very masculine appearance, uud took her greatest pleasure lu riding omong the strongholds of the rebellious natives tn distribute glass beads .nnd olber nrtlcles ot clothing for tbe uutive w.-irrlors. AN UNEXPECTED HEIR. FrarlsloB tn a Will For One Newcomer. But Not For Twins. The blrlh of twins, as clainiants for part of an eslatc vnlued at nearly $200,000, makes a vcry interesting problem, which the Probnte Court of the district bas been called upon to decide. Tlie mother of thc twins wns twice married and left three children by her flrst husband. She died lnst suuimer, wben thc twins were nbont two inonths ohl. The three elilldren by ber flrst husband ni-e also living. By her will, made a few months be¬ fore her death, the mother of Ihe twins left her estate. eonKisting of reul aud personnl properly, to her children Iiy her flrst husbnnd. Provision was niaile. however, that in the eveut uuother ohild was born to her it should be en¬ titled to one-fourth Interesi In her ix-r- soual estnte, whieh Is stated to be worth nbout $UI),00O. Now tbe question arises w-liieh of Ihe twins will he entitled to the one-fourth Interesi in the personal estate, nnd what will be thc shure of the other. Or, again, will tbe one-fourth Interest lie dlvideil equally belween the twins, or will one lie entitled to a one-fourth Interesi. ns provideil in the will, nnd the other to a oiie-flftb Interesi of the remaining Ihreo-rourths of the personnl property. Then, again, in the event tbat It Is determined tbat only one of lllc twins is entitled to Inherit tho one-fourth, which will It lie? Soon after tbe will of the nioCier if the twins was filed In tbe ofllce of the Register of Wills gunrdlnns nd litem were appointed for Ihe childron ly Ihe nrst hnsliaud, nnd alsc f -i i!" twins.—Washington Times. An Bsttnaate af RbfMles. Archibald Colqubouu. author of lli« "Mastery of thc Paeifle." who served under Cecil Rhodes and knew him well, writes: "Su much baa beeu written on the subject by |ieoplc who either kuew little about him or were uol in n po¬ siiion lo express unprejudiced opinions, thnt there is nearly as mueb obscurity round this great modern statesmuu us nbout Mary Queen of Scott or eveu Napoleon Bonaparte. Where Is thc real man lu all this tangle of fulsome praise or wholesale deliuuclnllon? We eun at once dismiss tbe ideu that bc was either an arehangel or a demon, n great Elizabethan statesman, a sim¬ ple Kngllb gentleman, or au unscrupu¬ lous financier. "Wben a man beeomes u niillionairc it isusually safe to suppose that money-making play: u jjieiit purt iu his life. Ceill Huoiles profoundly lie- llevtKl In money; until he had nmde It he iH'lleved he was [low.rless to earr}- thruugh the greut siheuic he had evolviHl. Mouey lo hiui meant iwwer. hut for the mere aeeutuulatlun of xbek- els. or tbc pleasures and splendors wblch guld cuuld huy. be cared nuth ing."—New Vork Sun. WlllUm and the Enall.h Thron-. .\ glance at the list of royal vktsoii- nges in the dinvt lille of suc-iessiou Ij the Hrilish throne reveals suuie Inter¬ esting faets. llow many iieople kuew thul there ure ouly two adult males lietwi-i'ii the Eniiienir William and King Kdward? It Is. however, sur¬ prising it may be. a fnot that the (ierni.in Kni|K-ror l« the third iiial,! sueivssor over Jl. He stands twenty- fourth in tbe list, liut most of those Ix-fore biin arewoiiieiior i-hildreu. Only two are men of full nge- theklng's only sou. the Uuke of Comw.ill and V.-ik. and his .inly living brother, the linke of Connaught. If.rc OpiDlne. If there is only one uuparduuatile fIh It uiusl be Insluivrlty. Uiw many uf the imu who lave di.ue great things would hav,* ai-i-ora piished theiu If they had kuuwu othert would get tbe credit'/ Kew men tre willing to limit t.'iem- aelv.'s to hoping fur tbe reward cf merit. The more u man gett tbe lest he it able to underttaod tbe dis<-ou!ent of the poor. Tbe world it .iiway* suspl,-iona of fat philosophers -Chicago Record-Her¬ ald. MURDER ON THE RANGES i WINDSTORMS IN THE WEST BLOODY STRIFE BETWEEN THE CAT- TLE COMPANIES AND OTHERS. Colonel John Meshy, tbe ex-Confederate Caralry Leader, Is Acting For th* Oov- emmeut'ln Clearing lis Land of Squat- tera^Anaaal SacriOoe of Life. Colonel John Mosby. the famous Confederate cuvolry lender, who la now n special ngent of the Coveni- menl In charge of L'ul'.-'d States lands, has beoome a prouilnent and speelaeii. lar flgure In the bitter fight fnr the range that Is being waged liy eoutilet lug Interests In thc cuttle and shet|i couniry of the West. Colonel Mosliy'.? special duly is to clear the Govern¬ ment Innd of prlvale fences—work that requires courage of high order, for the annuHl sacrifice of lives in the West's great range Ught is estluiatod nl 500 victims and death by nssassiua- tlon Is the common lot of those who dare oppose oue faction or another. Colonel Mosliy, whose hendiiuarlers aro nt Sterling. Col., the centre of a great cattle country, declares that some of the cattle k.ugs hnve fenced in and approprlllTed to their own nso tracts of lan.l larger thnn mnuy (Jer¬ man principalities. In defiance of the law they have seized upon (Jovern¬ ment laud, fenced It In, forbidden set¬ tlers to touch if, and have made them¬ selves wealthy from this illegal use of Uncle Sam's property. Near Sterling one big cattle company built a fence which Inclosed nearly 25,000 acres. It did not completely Inclose thc land, bul extended from thc Union Pacific to the Burlington Rnllroad fences, thus forming u vast triangle. In this space thousands of cattle were kept, only a few cowboys being required to look after thc im¬ mense herd. When Colonel Mosliy or¬ dered the company to take down the fence the objection was rnUed that thore had been no vlolalion of tlie law because only one side of a triancle had been inclosed. Despite the faet that Ihe Illegal fencing law hna been prnctlcally a dead letter fov twenly years. Colonel Mosliy Is Insistent In enforcing It, and be has stirred up the cattle owners from the Rlo Graniie to tlu. Canadian line. Thc authorllles nt Wnshinglon nrc standiug by lilm In bls work In view of the steady en¬ croachment of cattle interests ou puli¬ lic Innd in thc Inst few years. It is cstlinnted thnt In the Alllnnce. Neh.. distrlcl alone there nre G.HI),2(I0 neres of Governnient Innd fenced In. This land Ls worlh ueariy JIO.OOd.iHid. and ou ll the cattlemen hnve nearly iik),- 000 hend of cattle. Few perilous appreciate the stren¬ uous fight tbnt Is being iiiaile for the possession of thc rauKc in the West¬ ern country. Thc recent ai-resl of Tom Horn, a uoted scout and Indian fighter, served to bring thc subject sharply liefore Ibe public mind. Horn, who fought Indlnns under Crook nnd Miles, and who bnd charge of the pack trnlns of tbe American forces in Cuba. Is n.iw In Jnll nt Cheyenne, charged with the mnrder of Wliilc Nii-kell, son of a settler who had incurred the ennilly of some big Wyoming cattle mteiists. Incidentally, Horn is alleged to have mnde a confession, in the hearing of a depnty mnrslinl nnd a stenograplier. In which he In salil 10 have lioiisteil Ihat he had killed other settlers anil thnt a certain cattle eompany paid hllll so Miiieh 11 head for every foe who was removed fioni the rauge. One of these mysteries of the ranije, wliii-li may never be solved. Is the ills- npiienrance of Joseph Ilartzell. of Park Connty, Colorado. llarlzell i-laliued the hoineslend rights on cer¬ tain grazing innd. and threats were made niralnst liliii. He refused lo lie frlKliteneil out of the i-ountry, ami several months ago he illsappeareil. No Imee of hllll has ever lieen fiiuiul. though lewaiils have been nrrei-icl. He was wealtli.v. aud hls nfTnirs weie In sueh shape that flight wns not to lie thought of In ronneelion with his dis¬ appearance. A few inoiiths ago in northwestern Coloi-ndii >latt Itnsli, a raniliinan who had .sellled In a fine grazing country, was killed while lie was eating supper In Ills oaiilii. ."^oine- liody had crept up to the liuilillug .ind fired tliroui;h a crack In the Inps. Rush's partner. James Part. h:is shut dead when he stepiu'il out of the cabin. Ill Wyoming the killing of the ^'lekell lmy was prei-edeil liy the iiiur- ilir of two i-iuu-liiiuii In the Iron Mountain dlslrlei. Tlu'se men were shot down lu eold lilniiil. one of them lieiug shot as he entered his oattle oorral. The NIekell hoy was shot not far from his father's ealiln. The elder Niokell had been repeatedly w-ariied to leave the country ou aeeoiint of trouhle with eatlle owners. Ills fences had been rnt and he had (hrentoned to retaliate hy poisoning all Ihu oattle that stiayed on Ills rauoh. This Is ihoiiElit to have led to the nssassliiatloii of Ills son. The war of the ealth- au.l sheep in lerests of the West has lieiii a nia Iter tlf histnry for severul years, and bloody lilstoi-y at that. The o.itlle- men i-oniplaiii that a flock of sheep will ruin a grnziii;,' oouiitry by trninpling the ground so tliat the iiiass will imt prow agnin. They have fought the nhei'p men iu the rourts and have lueu beaten, and uow the favorile inetli.id of warfare is to get n couijiany of oow¬ lioys and make a rnld on a lone sheep her ler who may lie tending severnl tl.ousaiid sheep. The lieider. when he sees n i'iimpai;y of tiiaski-il uun ride Into Ill'i linok sliontiui: the nnlmals right aiiil lift, knows that If he nt- tempts to iuierfere iiis life will be Ihe forfeit. This vendetta of the range seems to grow more bitter ns iho aren of grnz- Ing land is out ilowii. ICaoli new lKii:ie stead uii-ans so mueh loss protll lu the pookels of tho cattle fwnir. and in inn- sequeuo,' a feud Is doolared thai makes .1 Corsloat vi-nditta so,.111 tame in oom- parlsou. The oaitleuion. of iiiiirs,-, are nol withont Justirr nn their side, rhey suff.-r innumoral.le ilepredatlo.ss. Cotih. "rustlers" almuiid. and In sev eral Slales there are wellorgnnizod bands of inltje thieves that uniloulit edly have loufedorates aiuong thc small r.i;ii'hers. It is the war cv,.r the Government land, however, that is amusing the en tin- West to prolesi .in aoonuut of Us .iDunsl saorlfiee of linuiau life. Ib-i-ent ilevelopiuents. whiob have tendi.i Io show that assusslnatinii is Is'iuuiing a tiaiTi-in III,- .-atlle eonntry. liave stirred Iho autlioriti,-s and have shown thnt Ihe rano- I'.Khi is growiac too red to lie luu.-h |..iii;.'r fiauuli-il hefnre iho eyes of the !>•¦< pie. (olou.'l Miisliy t determined stau.l against the feuoing in of puhllo l.-ibiis will dn nincli tj siuplify matters, if the exainph' of the f.ininus Confi-derato li-adir i." f.llowed by other Uuiled States nffl, lals. The next step will lie tn liring |icaoc l.e- tw,-en the three .nurt..nng interest..: of the rauge oounlry lhe .atlle on ii ers. the shec-p men and the Mn.ill ranchers.—Chioago Hei-nrd HeralJ Bow a WoBaa Talks. Nearly every womau oau talk fsstei Ihau the cau think.—Nen York Preaa^ Three Killed and Mtny Falally Ia> jured at Joplin, Ma storm Reached to Olmeastent ot a Rar- ricane In NehrnaKa—Beneflt ta Farm¬ ing In Oeiwral Vatold. Joplin. Mo.—Joplin was vislled by the most destructive storm In Its his¬ tory, during which ut least lliree piT- sous were killed oulrlght, six faiuily lajiin-d, u score or more seriously burl und $300,000 worlh ut properly was destroyed. TllC fury of Ihc slorm broke at A.'dJ o'clock p. m. There was uo premoni¬ tion of Its terrible violence. There was nn utter nbsence of the nsual funiicl- Eliaiied cloud, and the clouds looked no moic threatening than those which produce the ordluary thunder shower. The wind was a sliulght gale, but i( was ot terrible velocity, w-hlpplng down scores ot houses In the soutli part of the city and reducing to kind¬ ling wood $100,000 worth of the lluosi miuiug plants iu this district. Lincoln, Neb.—A terrific wind reiio'i- lug at times a velocity of sixty 11 ilea an hour prevailed at Lincoln through¬ out the afternoon uud lato the nialit. Rut little damage was dono. There was a slight fall uf rain. All kinds of weather condltlous prevailed In adja¬ cent towns. In York County there was n dreuchlng ruin followed by a henvy suow. In Orecley County hiillstoiics feirof sufficient size to strip trees nnd kill poultry aud yuung stock. The bcti- cflt to wheat and farming In generni will be uutold. This puts the wheat In condltioa to stand many days with¬ out more ralu and sllll bc In good cou¬ dition. Omaha, Neb.—Au unusually Iicnvy wiud Btorm, which struck this clly killed oue person uud Injured a nunibci of others, unroofed n nnniiier of build¬ ings aud broke mnny skylights. Tlicrc wns a heavy downpour of rain. Street ears were stopped tor nn hom-, wires iind slgus were blown dowu lu all 01- rectlons. Des Moines. Iown.—A clondluirst oc currcd ut Mingo, wnter runuiug eigh¬ teen inches deep in the sti-ocl. Tele¬ graph wires were piosti-nted along the Hock Island, between Conncll Bluffs nnd Atlantic, nnd along the Chicago Great Western, In the vicinity ot Min¬ go and Valeria. A henvy rain fell over the northeru quarter of the Stnte. Guthrie. Okln.— Tlic wind blew a hurricane over Enstcru Oklahoma, and the thermometer dropiied to twenty dc grees. .\ norther carrying clouds ol dust drove a blinding storm, thc most destructive of yenrs. Milwaukee. Wis. — .V dronohing rnin was gcaernl throughout tbe State. Il wns thc flrst henvy rnin of the »ensou, nnd undoubtedly will be of grent beu eflt to fnrmers. HOMICIDE ON A WARSHIP. Uastar-at-Amss Gets Tbree Tears Foi Killing Japanese steward. Washington, D. C—Il has just devel¬ oped that on the cruise of tbe North Atlantic squadron a homlelde wns ooui' mitted February 2.'1 on board the In dlauu. Thc chief master-at-ni-ins, Jamea Douglass, bud occasion to disci¬ pline a Japanese wardtoiitn steward. Kuniaji Mokiimolu. and as Ihe lattei was leonlcltraut/ llie iiiaHier-at-nruie threw hlni to thc deck and heat hitn with his fists, from the effeols ot which the victim died. DnughiBs was tried by oKiirtmartlal nnd eouvk'ted of liivoliiiitnry man slHUglitor. He was Keiilenocil to three years' Imprlsoniiiint, and Is now In the prison ship Sonthery at Uoston. The Japanese Legallon hole called for n staloment of the facl.s. wbleb has liecn furnisheil. As lhe assailant has lieeii piinisheil. It Is piosiinied thoro will lie 110 further ooiu|ilaliit. CAPTAIN CLARK DECLINES. Miaaion to King Edward's Cnronatloa Would Involre Too Mocb Kxpense. Washlugton, D. ('.—Captain Charles K. Clark has declined lb? appoint- mont of special naval representative at the eorountlou of King Kdward, and the I'resldent has named Rear - .Xd¬ mlral Watsou for that inlssluu. Tile declination of (^aptain Clark. II Is understood, wus due to the fnct Ihnl tbe mlsslnn for which he was slated lu Volvos personal outlay for entcrlnlii' nient and exchnngc of courtesies of a very formidable character, nnd cn tlroly beyond his prlvnte moans. Admiral Wntsmi suoooeilid Admiral Dewey lu ooniiunnd of Uio naval forces lu tbc rhllippines. POULTRY IN CRIP OF A TRUST. Three Firms Can Fla I'rices For the Kn- I tire Oouulrj. Chicago.—Three groat firms praclioal ly huvo complete coutroi of tho poultr.N market. Tliey own two-lhlrds ot all tho poultry In the oonnliy nnd nre aide to flx the prices. The firms ure .'.ruinnr A- Co.. Swift & Cn. ninl I'rlU Jc Seuilier. of lliishiiill. 111. It is os tinial ll thai'thoy have .'ilKi.l»iil eases of iMTUltry uf aliont IIIO puuuils eaob lu cold slornge. Their prnfit bus al¬ ready lioeu luiitieuse. Fancy dressed oblokeiis have snhl as high us eleven and niio half oeuts, against eight aud nuehalf oents a yeiii ngn ut this time. Turkeys nre five to six cents higher tban u year ugu. and may go to tweuty eoiits u pound. Swift and .\ruiiiur are leaders In buying OSES for cnhl storage, and already bnve 17."i.is»l cases placed awny iu Chicago alou". The tVeek In Trade Circles. Rusiness in haillug linos hns contiU' ued aetive. Souie dopartiin nts uf the textile trade aro still hiindloappi-d by mill stoppages, due to labor troubles, but wherever ifulnterruped by strikes there is a large iijnvoiiieut of uiaiiu- faoiui-od proiluots of all kinds. Tbe Iruu and steel Industry oiintiuuos lo lead all others In volume nf output and strength nf jirloes. other indus¬ tries are goui-rally woll eniplnyod. and the ilistrlliuiing trades aro ai-tive. The trend of values bas boon upward. Tried to Eater Kiag Alfaaso's Palac*. i'ousldcrable eioltement has liecn caused at Madrid. Spain, hy Ihe arrest of a Frenchman, who uttmipted to enter the royal palaoe. The prlKoner gave thc name of Saury. .Nothing but a prayer liook wns fnund In his iKK-k- cts. Saury was handed over to tbe French Emliassy. General Fonstoa Keprlwiaaded. President Honsevelt hus reprluianih>d lieneral Fuciinu fur orltlelslug »en- ator Hoar, uud lie has direoted him to slop pul.ilo dlsousfion of luc I'bilip- plui-s qucllou. Baak Wrecker Homs Fardoaed. William -N'. Koggs, who was sen- tenoed to five years' imprisonment in the .New Jersey Htate Trlsoii for bll oouui-i-tiuu with lhe wre<-kins of the Dover iDel.i National /lauk. has In-rn released, he having lu-en pardoueil by I'resldi'nt Itoom-ielt. liuggs waa caab¬ ler of the Dover Bank, aod had another year tu serve tn (.-nmplete his aeuteoce. The Sbo* Trtd* t|al«. The liout and shoe trade is still quiet. liut it sbun s some liuprovemeni, and Ibe outlook (01 tbe fall trade It more .-ncoungiug thau at auy previoua tltst Ihit aeaacB. IINOR [yENTSOFTHEWEEK WAHHIMSTON ITBMR. The House passed the Omnibus Puh lie Buildings bill, carrying about $1T. 000.000. Sol Smith Russell, comedian, died in Wasblngton at the age ot flfty-fout ycnrs. (Colombia flied charges against Mr. Hart. Americap Minister In Bogotn. The I'nited ¦ SUtes Supreme Courl will ndjoum for the term June 2. I/ord Kelvin, the distinguished Kng r.sh scientist, was heard by the Houst Conimiltee on Coinage. Weights and .Measures, in nivor of the bill for thc adopllon ot the metric -lystem. Provision wns made by the House Nnvnl Committee for six. new wnt ships. Including two 16,000-tou battle¬ ships. OCB ADOPTBD ISXJlItDS. Cubau Imports for seven montht ended Januarv :(l nmounled to $40,013, USO; exports. $26,070,220. The body ot Senorn Candelnrla Pol- tna. thc mother of the Presldent-elecl of Cuba, was burled at Bayamo. (iuevnrra, who succeeded Lucban ae leader In Samar, waa takeu by the ex- liedltlon under General F. U. Graut. The shameful treatment uf a leper nl Molokol, Hawaii, who was nllow-eil lo remain In jail unlll ao ill that noth¬ ing could be done to save bla life, re¬ sulted In the removal of Ur. Richard Oliver us resident physician and forced the resignation of Superintend¬ ent Reynolds. Major Waller and Lieutenant Day. ot the marine corps, who were tried iiy court-martial at Manila on the eliarge of executing natives of the Isl¬ and of Samar withont trial, were ac- lultted. DOMESTIC. M. Hagues Le Roux, the French lee« turer, told the sludenta at Chicago Uni¬ versity lbat Dreyfus, when he was pardoned, wrote a confession of guilt. No Horse, an Indian, waa burled at Omnhn, Neb., with clothes fltted for both hot and cold climatca. Ills friends said they were in doabt aa to which splrll laud lie went. Successful tests of Professor Regin¬ ald A. Fesscuden'a syatem of wireless telegraphy were made on Roanoke Isl¬ and. N. C. Burglars secured $700 from the safe ot Brand & Wubben's store at St. Paul, Minu. A revolver duel In n gambling ball at El Paso. Texns. resulted lu thc death of "Sheeny" Harris. A Jump from a third-story -n-lndow ended tbe life ot Mrs. Martha A. Fen- uell, at Baltimore, Md. Governmeni officials nt Boise. Idnho. were Investigating Surveyor-General Fcrrault. The jury tryiug Walter N. Dlmmlck for stealing $30,000 from tbe mint at San Francisco. Cal.. failed to agree. The farmera of Arkansas Issued on appenl tor nsslstanee. The stenmer Frithjof was chartered to take au auxiliary purty to the Aric- tio region to flud Explorer Baldwin. Naval Cadet Coburn, tried by court- marllnl nt Annapolis. Md., tor maklug fnlse statemeuts. was acquitted. Postmaster Charles Melghan. of Og¬ den, Utah, wus declared $2000 short In bls accounts. Tbe boilers on the tugboat .Tohn An¬ son were blown up ns the tug lay in Newtown Creek. Long Islnnd. Jobu Dniinclly. u flremnn, -wat blown lo pieces uud three others were bodly hurl. Seven professors of the Catholic Uiil- verslly of .Vmerica resigned lu thc In¬ terest of retreuchment. Rose Nagle was fuuud gullly of mur¬ der In the first degree for killing her husband nt their home. In East Provi¬ dence, R. I., iu November. The Rev. Dr Alexander II. Vinton wns eonsecrnled Bishop ot Ihc Prolest- niit Kpiscopal diocese ot Wcatera Mas¬ sachusetts. The Indiana Republican Conveution named the State ticket. .Miss Marie Ellse Ross, ot Brooklyn, was morrled lu Chicago to James Q. Dniden, whom she flrst met on a par¬ lor car coming East trom San Kran¬ cisco. Chief Justice Blodgett. ot New Hnnipsblre. resigned, bis resignation lo lake effect on Jnly 1. and Judge Frank N. Parsons wns appointed Chief Jua¬ llce in Ills place. Aroused by the murder of Peter Fn- finskl. nt Chlcngo, 2(K)0 citizens, mostly Pollsh-.Xnierlcnns, organized n vlgl- llnnce committee to drive out the crlm¬ lnnl olemeut. l-Api'iiinents In Honnoke. N. C, dem- iinsli-atoil the utility of the Fesseuden- Miiore system of wireless telegraphy for Weather Bureau purposes. Herry Howard, who w-ns Irleil for coiiiplii'lty In the murder of Governor Goebel, at Frankfort, Ky.. was ac¬ quitted. FOREIGN. General Connt Corlolnno Penza dl Sail Martliiii. the Italian Minister of War. resigned. ,1. lliuoe Ismny. of the White Star I.lne. dollied tbnt Ibnt oompany bad iM-eu sold to the shipping syndlcntc. The iintorious Algerian brigand Bu- haiiil. iharged with n greal number of murders, w-as arretted. The Dominion Government will re- iluoo the royalty on gold mined in the Yukon dlalrlcl. The ehunees for important Govern¬ ment measures U'lng passed ai this session of Parliament lu England were cunsldercd mengre. The German cable sbip PodblelskI was ordered to tnke soundings In tbe Atlantic for n new German cable trom Eniden lo the .Azores. 11 wns reimrted tbnt the Ciar^WlH giaut to Russia a oonslltutlon embody¬ ing admlnlslrntlve reforms. J. C. Cain, formerly accoontanl and registrar In Winnipeg. .Manitoba, waa arrested on oharges of forgery, amount¬ ing to $ltl.(Kai. The Hritish Admiralty will Inquire into tile shipping oiimlilue to see if II is likely to lose any of Its naval rC' serve, the subsidized liners. The Frenob eleotions promised a Giivirnuieiit majority of al least 150 In the new Chnmlier of Deputies. The Governmeut leader. A. J. Bal fnur. nnnouneed In the Brillth Houte of Comniiins that au autumn tesiUiu nf the Hnuse would lie uecessory to lll'lll with arrears of legislation. The Danish I^aiidsthlng adopted a majnriiy repori providing for the sal* of the West Indian isles to the Uuited Slnles. afler n vote by memliers of tht Islnnd ('ouiii'll. At a meeting cf the Dnldln Corpora ntinn It wus deeldi-d to send no repre- toniatlves In the coronation. Itear-Adnilral I-ortl Charles lb-res fnni iConsi-rvatlvei was returni-d mi npimseil to the Hrltlsb Ptrllameut foi th« Wooiwloh dlHirii'I I'rinoo H, nry slarleil from Kiel for a five weeks' irnluiug ornise alwut tht Hritish Isles with the mott powerful fleet ever i-uiumandeil by a German Ad miral It was reporteil Ibat J. Pierponl Uor gnu was iutvresiMl lo a plan to couaol idate a nnmlier of St-oteb coal (-ompa nies. The Chinea« reliela seized the rlvei banka al (jung-Shuu lu prevent cargo Junks *tccudlng the rlrer. Tbc juokt rr turned to Wu-Cbow. INJURED ON THE FULTON Five Man Hurt in an Explosion on the Submarine Boat Uas Aeeamalatlon Canted tho Mishap Wblle ParUr Rabmarsad—Aceideat t>e- rurred at tbe l>elaware Breakwater. niilndelphln. Pa.—Wblle the subma¬ rine boat Fulton was at anchor off Ihc Delaware Breakwater an exploalon oc¬ curred lu a large tank fliled with gaao- lem". Five of the seven men compoa- lug the crew were Iujured and part of tbe deck was shattered. Lieutenant Artbur MacArthur was cut about the head by bita of Iron; Lieutenant Oacar C'ohen. of the Aualrtan Navy, waa hurled violently againat an Iron railing aud his back waa Injured; C. B. Miner nnd Harry Moore, aaaiatant englne«n. bnd their faces eut by Iron, and Moore w-as ueariy asphyxiated liy gaaolene fiinics. aa It wa* some time before be w-us rescued. Clmrles RechtaL a gnu- ner. suatained Injuriea ahout the head. The two men who eecaped Injury were upon deck, at the atcrn. The In¬ jured men. three of whom were atlll unconscious, were rowed to the hoapl¬ lal In Lewes, where they were revived. All of tbem are almost sure to r(>cover. Captalu Frank T. Cable, with First Mate H. H. Morrell and Charlea Bcrgh. wns ou deck steering the boot, and l.kHitenaut C. P. Nelson was paaaing out through the conning tower to the deck, when there was au explosion that threw Lieutenant Nelson clear out on deck and sent the nine meu Inside the bont Inlo a heap. The crew of the Folton had changed watches about ten mlnulea before thc accident occurred. Aa aoon aa the ex¬ plosion occurred every one acnmbled out. The englnea of the Fulton kept going after the explosion, and Engineer Saunders wrapped a wet towel around Ills face and went down Into the ateam- Ing hold to stop them. The explosion could not be explained. Il certainly did not take place In the eugines. aud was not caused hy an Ig¬ nition of the gasolene In the tauks. Lieuteuaut MacArthur eald he thought It possible tbat the explosiou waa eaused by an accumulation of air In Uic tnuka of gaaolene. Thc machinery of the bont was evidently uninjured, the Injuries to the men being caused by spliuters from the woodwork. Thc Fulton Is not lu the naval serv¬ ice. She was built by the Holland Submarine Torpedo Boat Company nt the Nixon yard In Bllaabethport, N. J., nud when *he exploalon otx'urred waa on her way to Waahln^ou. where an exhibition ot her nblllty to move under water wns to bc given. CONSUL-GENERAL OSBORNE DEAD. President Appaiata CnmuilaelaBar Bvaai to the Loadoa Pott. lAindou.—Uuited States Consul-Gen¬ eral Osborne died In his reaidence In Wimbledon. Mr. Oaborne's death waa not a surprise to hit friends. He had been conflniNl to his home since No¬ vemlier InsL suffering from Bright'a disease nud dropsy, which Hnally nf- fectcd his heart. He wns conscious un¬ lll near the end. Mr. Osborne never hnd been absolutely well since hia ar¬ rit al In England. Washiugion. D. C. — Consul-Gencral Oslwruo wns cousin of President Mc¬ Kinley. IJe was a resident of Rox¬ bury. Mass.. nud was appoiuted to Ixin¬ don flve years ngo. The post Is con¬ sidered tu bc the plum nf the United Stntes foreign service, for Ihe comiM-n- satlon averages about $2n.fl00 a year, nnd the expenses are nol large. President Roosevelt, aa Is well known. Is n mnn of quick action. Soou after lirenkfnst he received the nollfl- oatlon of tbe death ot Mr. Osborue. nnd before the Cabinet mel at n..10 n. 111. the offlce hnd been tendered lo H. Clny Evnns, of Tenneaaee, aud ac¬ cepted. MET DEATH IN A WRECK. Passenger Train Derailed Near Medlll Mo.-The Killed and iajarad. Keokuk. Iown.—The California lim¬ ited ou the Atchison. Topeka and Snn¬ ta Fe Rond. easl bound, was dcrnihHl on a curve nl Cnma, a switch flve mllee west ot Medlll. Mo., while going at tre¬ mendous speed. Five penons were killed and twenty- three Injured. The dead nre a flve- venr-old son ot Henry C. Galea, of Aua¬ trnlla: Rufus Rutter, wolter In dining ear. of Chicago- C. C. Falrhankn, wall¬ er In dining car. ot Chicago; H. T. Frencli. ot Chicago, and Mr. Werth- eimer. of San Diego. Cal. The Irnln wns more than an hour Inle. nnd pnssed Wyaconda, (he laat stallon west, nl slxty-flve miles nn hour. When It stnick the curve at Caiiin Ibe rnlls sprend. The tralli eonslsted ot two mnll ears, seven Pullmans nnd one dining cnr. Tl e iii.-ill car. the dining car aod the two forward sleepers went Into the ditch. Tbe engine remained on (hu track. CIRL SHOT BY SCHOOLBOY. She Had Teased Him aad Ra Klllad Har In tbe Cloak Boeas. Kingston. Ont. — Beatrice Holland. fonrleen yenrs old. tipped the hat of Erie Slinrp over hit eyea In (he clonk loiini of the Fronleoac achool ond lhe buy. wbo Is only a year older, whipped 11 revolver from his pockel. It ex¬ ploded nnd (he girl fell dead, the bul¬ let piercing her temples. The boy fled, bul after wandering aliout tor some hours gave himaelf up to the IKillce. He Is overwhelmed with remorse. He says he found (he rvvid- ver a( the scbool uuder the Kepe. He threw It away as he ran. He aaya the shooting wns accidental, aa he Intend¬ ed only to frighten bla playmate. Mr*. T*Ti*D*adi tnjomjom to a* mvidad .Mrs. Suaan O. Tevla, widow of (he late nilllionalre. Lloyd Tevla. died at Snn Francisco. Cal.. nt the age of aev- enly-two. When Tevi* died hi* eetate. iiiiistly In realty, was appnlaed at $7.- (SMI.INIO. It has since Incnaaed In value. It will lie divided between Dr. Harry Tevls, WIII 8. Tevla. Mn. Oor^ don Blandliig and Mra. Fred Bharon. GraBdfMber Marderar aad BaleMa. After killing hia grand-daughter, Mary Awfleld. at Butler. Tenn., Will¬ iam Rogers commlKed suicide. Kidasplaa All tbe sutpecta arreated In connec¬ llon with the kidnaping of Ulaa Ellen M. Slone, the American mlaahmarjr. bnve iM-en releaied by order of the Sultan, whote object la to abow bla good will (o the Cbrittlana of Uace- douia. Famine Followt ManAamaka la Oaalaiaala Callle dispatchn from OnatemaU show that famine hat followed the enrthquake at gueialteoango. and tbat lliere is an urgent call for rice, beaua,' fl'iur and potaloet lo tare atanrlng peo¬ ide. Flra Chlldrea Baraad •* Daath. The bouae uf Jean Bapllsle Mon- i-haiii. a French bulcber. reabllag In SI. Norb)-rt settlement, uear Wlaatpeg. Man., was detlroyed by fln aad Bre children, fuur girlt and a boy. wen burned lo death. Anotber tlaagbter ¦nd the father aod mother were eevere- ly burned. TIm- ¦arrender of Ibc Inanrgcata tif the Itland of Bamar. P. I., beaded by OiM-ral Goevam. wbo tacecedcd Oca- rr^l Lncban In tbai laland. baa lieea oSclaUy elTecled. ll la hetteved «••*• Ibc inattrrectloa la Saaar la trntoA THE SABBATH SOHOOL INTEhNA'nONAL LCSSON rOR MAY 4. aalUaeti Th* Ohaealt at AnMitb la Mfala Actt «i.,iaia aeUtB *aatiA«aal« Mj M«aiatf Tittti. tAAO-itlPOttotm tary — tba PayamttMB. 19. "Wbieh „. . W* DOW tan haek to rbipiwll l< I tno* in a aew dinetlea T -¦--'¦ ehureb. TIm aatboiitiaa < tb* rxpal Sn kiydM bf tha I bttt i( oaly bhwI* it Maa « ThcT ladMd tha fln. baTlt 1 ¦pana opot tba worid. Iae i wat atada to pniaa Ood. weat rraeywhan' piwi^ai taa W* han taaa tbaf aeeaaai ia_ Joppa, Lydda aad M di*triet I T«t aad th* atooataiaa el one buadttd aad twaatr ,, ___ pohit a littl* aoatb ot "iM, imt ««¦••? uu tb* two citic* ol Tpa omt IUM '^Qrpn*.'' A laiaa iatead la ttaM!B> tanaaaaa Saa, aixty niln feen. the 1 ot PaktthM. It waa iiawiiiiBi f riehaaa* ot aofl aad tba 1' uditbitaau. It waa 1 BtnuAaa, aad one ef the laMe 1 Uhon. ''Antioeb." thim ellgr coBMt tb* new nhgieaa eaatia. the Jew* oaly." TUa waa tba | the J*wiah Obriatiaaa whaa Jeniatlcai. Aa yet ttay did aa* kl th* Oentilc* wen to neatn tta 1 30. "Bnt tb*n wen aone." 60DM ot thoae aeattend afened. ... of th* poaccuthtn. "Mea ot Otftmt, i Th**a ircn Omk-epaaklae Joat ' having lind abroad, wan Maa 1 aboat mixhia with the OaatOaa th* J*w* ofFalaatta*. "Qytotm. ot northern Africa. "Spake _ Oreek*." Tb* Oantile Onaka. 31. "Hand ot tka tsMd.*" Ike kaal il' tk* ayMhol ol power. Hm eapraMiaa ta « common oaa ia tk* Old Taitaaiwt te ff pra* th* direct iaterpodUea el Ooi fi dMi rttair* ot tk* werM.^%ltk Aap* M *hoircd tkem tanr aad ariaeed Bla tttm hi th* eoanraion ot their kiMin. 31. "Thc nport ooncctaiag tkiM.* V.) Thi* exolad** tlie idea a eoBimnnlcatioa (cat tnaa at Aatioek. It waa aatar ' icnu^mhle ocearrcaee ae ot a large aamber ot Qcajj leported at JcnMalcM. in Jmaakm." Tkia i chnrek ot Chriatiaaity; Room. Tlicn were Ckn founded in many pUoee, the preaent day, bclon Boom Mcpel. "They **nt tortk." 1 ai*eiplc* and to gin aaaetiea tloa to tb* worii. Thev kad doae ilar tiling at tb* time of tka lechel oocurrtd In StiHiria. Aete ' -- - htt." He wat peealiarly work. He trat a Larite CTypnu. "At far at Aatioeh. that then wen eherekee vitit. ts. "Whm be oame." Tke ly rceordod under thiee Citr-tba inoe of Ood. S. twaa clad. S. Whatke them au. 'The ippop ot ^ mcray aad potrar al Cktiat ia tkt aion ot the Oeatilca. "Waa gUd.' one* oirncd thc work aad' ~" ' though the connrta iren He caw nothing in tbe wotk Ot could diiapproir*: it horted tkwn." bi kim exeiulelBf which ke waa 1 tion whick he (chtp. 4: It) deacribea a in Ut atyle ot grooMog. ._ and caooonicd tkeai. We tmt thing to the people wke Yoa otn renr Uttle to tke ly flada taalt witb ., heart." The heathen eomsteta to endure tor Chtitt'a eake aat ta tretk then wen many temptatieaa te Itptc. Bamabaa exhorted tka» ta thu tbeir aettled pUn ef Hit. "Ohaa Adhcn firmly. coneUalljr, faitklalip tat Lord. „ 34. "For." Ran we en tkenaM* ata BaraabM traa ao ¦aeccaiM. "Qoed WH,? Thut it ia pottlble for poor. ^^^ mtn to he tavcd aad eh to that "good.' .. , ,, exemplified the grace ot Ood Mr l , holy lite. "Ml of. etc." Ha Und toi Spirit, waa coatnAed by tke aniilt, irtt endowed by tke potnr ot Ike I He wn alao tall ot Wth. 8a.' hounded MOfideaM ia Ja th* (ocpel ke waa . there wu no chaan lor people." Then wen naay ooanniMf and aeecaaioM to tke cknnk. 35. "To Taraaa,' than a hondred milae I jooracf wat made by ^. ... rcmemMnd that when the Jewe at. nlcm eaaght to UII Baol tke ' aent hhn to Tanaa. Chap, ti) aeek Batd." Banahoe waa wMl ae,. with Ban] aad bad introdaeed kiat to churoh at Janaalem (ti 91)', aaa n keen cMieeted that bc may kan bim ia n* yoatk. latta ae cannn. Baol'a aatin aUyt 1MB iMtromAatiaakgiM by wate?^ It wffll^ M. "AaaimUed." We deakt artt Attcmblcd wwUy, upon the imn 1 for the earliaat eceleeiaatical hlataef ' Sunday the taared day at Aatleab^ it utterly improbable that aay anil- took plan ol tha day tkaa flnt M Vtbtd by the apoetln. "OWMoaa.^ it meet prebahle that tkla naaw a them by tbc bntbren in ridicole. Clarke aacmt.to tttm tke idea I name it of "if vine appointmaat/' aaq 1 girea by Baal and Bantabas. Tbaia to necetttty to diteoaa tkia qocciMi W ' ntmc it from Ood ena tkoogk the hlilllM iDiy han coined it. - 37. "Prqakcta." Tkia wm _,, to thoae wko wen cafaaad ia j or cxpUiahit the word of Oed (1 I), aad alio (S) to thon wke ftttaie ennto aa Anhna did ken. 31. "AaaMa." We know tbia prophet cxoept wkai we and in ekap. 31:10. White nnder tke iaflaMme el Spirit. "Great dMrtk.''^'A jMt hi*." B. V. "AU tke WMJB?'^ prebably meana here, tk and adjaraat eountriaa; 1 ply it to tke iriiole Roaiai to pan." Tke fanioe — — nan, A. D. 44. 4«. Doriu tka l_ Clauilioi (A. D. tl-tt) tken «M* famine* in dUI<(*nt parte ol tke^«a|—. 30. "Ike diidplw." Tke ckM ii 'Anthicb. Koto ftat^ "ennr MMpHaB coaMthiat. Then^evideathr wan aejf sii$^k's:s!;l:£SRASus did aet opeet tke lanlae «mM mSm toAattjyS.^ .,..«. M. 'T*tkeeld«»" Te to Ibom la aced. Tkie wai Tiait to Jtratakm ainn hia ''li Wgettdtt aaial to Dr. Herbert fitko, ot tke Ni Univcrtity, at Chieaflo, - aan one frwi note of ttadeat I tobacco ia any fofm hn a dall tb* mind of the pnail cigarette i* tb* meet obj* ——.—2- ino*t iajarion form of tobaaio. ¦• mtm by oaivereUy *Uti*tin for tie aadl ttm yeara that th* *twlMit addfiaila Wl tobaon haUt mabn a maek tmm gftm ^ givni to th* habit. "mS^ i dent oeiag lobacei nak thi* >nr," __ — „_ b*«a th* cam in tke laet aiaa yetti^ < oa* exeeption." ctyl**, to m*el, the l^Spdoi th* nto. lk* order I* ¦5.^-».,". ii'.'i«r.. Tut cot an the Saiaita oflke lanner' u*tlM Merrie'a coort, )*hM Jacob Max me 00 comalaiBt ef bia trii boand to ken the OM mmoty, iwr hacbaad oae day took a, eu* aOd alarted tm torn d MBPto Irt back the nn. Bka aaa a and the tait mwlted. Tke JM*i« 4 lh*t CM* wen aton tke petdato 1 woman^ ear* of thc kefla tkoa t larm pndaet. *ao riptlaWin ot mmtttPt Tht bilait eeaan ot ymr* tae, ahewa (brat dtim to. Mw lioa eintda_ h^(_ reterdpiig, aad Watww. k!w, S,m: Kkai*_^ . H»; Waaa. WM: TSMh 8*rateCiana, TAali on Ilea, Atlmklaa. Watt (net, with-JpyTlum ' AAOptmmppm, Aa erdm kai l-en 4nB to a ¦wMftctan ol hrrbootte *m be the
|Title||Nassau County Review 19020502|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19020502|
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FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902.
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