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E COI»ll3*«. *"!*'« €:KItT». P^B^fW W§§mx A FA.Mll.Y NEVV-sl'.M'EK UP I.ot .M, v > ll l.KNKK.VI. I N PE l.l.Ki KN( K. FKFj:P(nrr, n. v.. i-kidav. .iam \i;v 12, i:mmi. TBKKS; fl.tO TEAILT IR AOTA>l.t , NO. II. STATE NEWS. OEOaOK A. MOTT, . LAWYBR, I Oaatt at,—ssaeh a( BrMhljm,It. T. Cily "aailliaii. tyabronh, QMana Co., N. T, "flLyabtaok," "SWA Brooklyn ." B. A. DORLON, 1..BOXDBD AUCTIOXEER... Midi Vallaws' Black, r Cbarrh, FBEEPOBT. 1;: JOHN P. WRIQHT, OBXBBAL AUCTIOXEER, PRBBTORT, U U riMANCIAI. BttkorRockYilleCentre 1^ VUlajfe Avenue, KOCKVILLB CBNTRe, L. I. Drownml la tba Mohawk. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Dana Oreene. of bchenao lady, ware drowned wblle skating on tb Hobawk River. Mr. and Hra. Oreene wer latt Been alive at S.SO o'clock, wben several tmall boys who passed thom on the ice beard Mrs. Oreene suggest to ber husband lhat thay go further down tbe river toward Freeman's Bridge. About 6.45 o'clock a namber of men wbo were at work In an Icehouse near tbe bridge heard a series of •oreams proceeding from a point where an Immense eut, some 300 teet deep and extending from shore to shore, bad beeu made by lbs Ion men. Two men Imm edlu. Iely not out In a small boat, and after a short time the body ot Mrs, Greene wa. found. She was still alive, altboagh un. conscious, and (he body waa taken to the shore, whore every effort was .Bade to re- aatollate ber. but sbe tTio-i a few momeuis later. It was not known nnlll after au boor later that Mr. Oreene was with hli wife at the time of the fatalily. Several large searching nartles at ou's begau to look for him. Tbey were not rowardo.l uo. tl! nearly three bours later, when the body wat found a short d lslan,-o Irom the spot wbere Mrs, Oreene was picke.l up. The body of Mrs, Oreene was considerably mSDKlad by tba Icebooks tuat were used lu the attempt to bring ber within reach of the boat In whioh were the rescuers. Mr. Oreene wat tbe ganeral manager and one of the Vice-Presidents of the Oeneral Ele.-. trie Company, ths works aud general of. does of which are located In Houtnocln.ly Monndar). (.Ina In Uispate, Edward H. Litchfleld, of Brooklyn, has utt begun an aollon In (he Supreme Courl evolving ths accuracy of the boundary Ilne between Fraukllu and Ha,a!llon couu- ties. This suit, If ho wins It, wiil add to bis game preserve In tbe southweitorn part of Franklin County belween six thouaand and seven tbousand acres of heavily tim¬ bered wild land, and will benaflt A, A, Low, of Brooklyn, whoso game preserve Is In Ihe sontbeastern part of St, Lawrence County, and, like Mr. LItcblleld's, on tbe border of tbe Hamilton line, to a similar exlent. Among otber novel and Interest¬ ing features tbat may be brought oul lu tbe snir. It thu old story that Totleu and Oroeslleld, wbo obtained the original grant now comprisiug Ha,ulltou, Saratoga, War¬ ren and otber bounties, got the crown sur¬ veyors royally drunk on the day tbey set out lo survey tbe northern line ot tbe grant, Bnd Induced tbem to place It moro than a mile furiher north than It sbo,ild have been. tIr. Litchfleld Is an exnci man, und at tbore uever has beon any fence ou tbe oid Totleu nod Crossfleld norllieru boundary, nor the boundary betweeo Ham¬ ilton and Franklin counties, he wlil press the salt In order to establish the line sc. cording to the original stipulation. It be oan do tbtt, be will bring the couthern bonndarjrol Franklin County, for Its eutire length, a mile aud a halt to tbo south. TAPS. Sleep. Now tbst tbe cbarge la won, Sleep in tbe narr.. ff .....l; Now It la set of sun. Sleep till the (rump of OoJ. Uleep. HIeep. Fame is a bugle call Blown past a crumbling wall; Battles are clear forgnl. Captains an.l towus are not: Bleep shall nutlasl them all. Kleep. -Llzotte WoodTorth Ilocse, * , 8 I From thp Enemy's Line^ V Jr jr By lohn Walksr Harr,nEtcn. '^ •'-2 )l^ K D I) \ " WIL KlSf*, tlie Ker geant, was lyinf» .,11 his brenst l.c- liiuil a heap ni earth listeniuK to tbe zip of M«n.-ier hullels uver liia haM. The Hpaii- isb picket line vinceil that 'he e-as hiding a grea, S(,ir..w. There were linea in the classical forebea.l ivhich showed thai the young wi.maii waa m.iro w,,rriod aho,It lh,;>o slie hal loft hehiu.l than .aho w,,nl,l tell even the g.vmpatheli.' sergeant. Sergeant Wilkina na he walke,l along felt a violent at lack of jealoiis.v. "Your Bweelhearl, perhaps.'" he snggesteil. The girl shook her hen,!. ".\lap, senor. " she saiil, 'not so. If it were b feiv .vears ago 1 could truslfullv answer ves " The aerucnnt was very sorry, hnt at last they rcaohe.l the rear. The young ivoiuaii aul her mc.lUer wi-i ,; taken iinilcr theprutocli'in of a hrauch of the Uel Cr.i.ss. I'ho sergeant re¬ malne.l near theni a.' loug as he coul.I nnd then rela..-Uully starte 1 Lack to the (runt. "Perhaps we ehall meel again," sail! tho girl, just befuro he weul ^milPPINF DF^S'TF (IH'^^^*^"^^^^^^°'^^°''^^^^ i^^^^ *^^^° ^° ^'^^'"'"^ ^"^ ^^^^ epitomized.ithe s\bb-vtii school! — - 'Fhe Legislature Convenes »nd Rc- Sena'-r Bevcridge's Ar^umi^nt Fcr ' cives th<. Governors Messagn. Holding the Archipelaeo. THE REPLY OF SENATOR HOAR. makes ISl.ur! l(e|ily-IJa.,l< II al Otis en.l A.l.i.irat Pre "Yon give ine great hope," replie.l Todily Wilkins. "If f can over he uf aervice to yun, no niatler where you may be, yon must let me jfuivw,''., 'i'he girl smiled ami ani,l that she' woulil never furget hitu'. The yonng sergeant luncteil his oJ!p '«nd with waa sheitored l.y „„e last lingering glance he went his a group of t,i-«e» ivay. He was ao pre occupied on tho not far awsy, and ucctsionally a j-yay that Iho Roldiera with him ex guerilla sharpthootur Kent a meaaago , change.l sly winks an.l aaanme.I e\ of defiance from tho high l.r.iuchea, | presaions inteuiled to be e.vcee.liugly The Sergeant belonged tu a Xow Jove lorn, York regiment which had hniried to Sergeant Theodore AVilkins found the front almoat boforo Congresa had little timo that night to think ot the In Spite of rnnanal Ill.burseinent., Ihe State naa the Createst Casii Balance In Its History. Tbkstox, N. j. (-ispc'lal-i.-Thc One Hun- ¦trod and Twontv-fourtli New .lersey I.egls. lalurw convened al .1 o-,.lock Tuesday afteruoou. Tho corridors, galleries aud (iiinrs of botb Houses were crowded, and there was a profuse llor,;l .Usplny, The Iwo Houses organized by Ibe electlou of the officers re.-ntly .leclle.l upon by tbe Kepublican caucau.es. Senator Johnson, of Bergen, lakiug tho chair lu tbe Ppper ade a short s. Congress Calls on Secrelary '¦' 'liv Tri'.^siirv Fit IiifirniAlifii. W..,-Hisoi<.N. |i. I', iS|...cial,. n," House of Representatives adopted ll,c Sub !or resolution after It ha.l b-en m.. Illi.'.l I he Wnys aud M'ans ('ommltteo. calling . Secrelary Ciage (or Bit lufurinullou legar- ug the deposit .)f (lovornment fuu.ls i ¦ertnln New York National banks. T, Waslilr lleina. nrigadierOe Davis. .Military Oover¬ nor of Poerio Illco aud Prigadler-Ovneral Wilsou. Ibo Mllliarv Commander of the I ,,bau provln.' s ,,t Matan^.as and Santa ,-lara. called «t the War l.opartmeot and I.., I a coufereo..e will, secretary Koot re- .pcctlug c.)u.!lt|.)us in Cuba aud Puerto iNTE,RNATION,\L LESSON COMMENTS IOR JANUARY 14, l-nhlerl: The tliiM l.uke li„ M_M .le.n. VI.II. Jarata. dl-,v-i-Gohl.n I»xli inory Vera... «••$«_ - f the Treasury, con- | liel act. has ruled that ivo are entitled t.. half ablyi W.tHlNoio:,-. D. C. (Special-,..-The im rnrtant debate which Is cx| e.-tel lo tali pla.-e In the Senate ou llio qiio.silon of oa pnusfon was opeii.-.l 'I-ticiav l.y Scnato. Bevcrldge, ot In.llaua. Tbo no.,v ltepul,li:-t "•'"'f"'" '<"¦ 'I''' h'-uor. Ass. ' , ., , .^ ' ! Jones, of Essex. So.'akor of tbo .„.. can .Senator from In.llaua Is the youngest ,!,„ tUanked tho membera at that bodv. meraher of the bo.ly, an.l Ibl. was bis nrst ! After the two houses bn.l ben orgauli •peecb, Theae fa.-'ls nu.l Ihe knowledge | the nnuuni m.'.saago of (invcru.ir F.ister .' . ., ,,,^_ ,.,..„, ,. . ' Voorheoa was rend, (loyeruor Voorh lhat tbo .,uestlou bad been made a subject , ^,i,, „„„„„„„ ,„ „,,. f,„.t ,i,at the state of apeclal study by I,l„i lu tl.e Pbilippine was ..ut of <lebl. an.l ba.l, not wltb.lnndiug Archipelago Itaelf atlraclcl wi.le altentlou | extrnor.llnary .ll-h -o hia a.!.!r"»s, and he ha.l au audience oi iu the galieli.ia sucb ns speak an.l calif ¦AIIOIL r. PHILLIPS. President. nOXAB a. KMiaBT. Vice Preaident. HIRAM B, SMITH, eaahier. BOAHD or DIBECTOnSi Thomas U, Knight. Hiram H. Smith, CoBkaa, Waaler H. Kmltb, Okarlaa L. Wallace, Aastln Cornwell. Nelaon U. Smith, Joba T. Darteon, Edward T. Tbu«sk>D, Ilea W. Paaraall. I- Wa 4a a a*a«nl BanUiig Biuine«8 of Jk^grilaMINMioaiit. ' Uarmi faU on Spetsld Depoaita. OnfM lMe«d oa EngUnd and the VMrrMrause BoUcitMl. - ¦Wtlag Boara-H A. M. to 8 P. M,; ¦iiaiH|.>A.M,tol8M. MKOtai Day*—Tneadan and Fri- mgt,tA.u. i'- TIEFREEPORTBANK CAPITAIa, 130,000. UU SnBBT, FUBPORT, L. I. lOBM J. RAHDlALL. President. OaAVMCn T. BPRAdUK, Vk».Pr«aMenl. WILLIAII S. BALL, Caahler. MAitD or niiBoroBS: tmmt. RaadaU. Chaaneey T Bpngvt •aMh Oai. WUIUm O MlUer, araiAm l. OaMtr, D. Wealey Pine. inrilBe*R.OBrBwall. Oeome Wallaea, tMBHa D, latUh. Oolca Pettlt. AagBMIaUBl*. Harray H. Smllh, thAtttt L. Wallaea. Oaonre M. KandaU WUllaa 8. Hall. Proposad Now Lawt Among tbe bills Introduced In the Legls. lature were tlieae; Senator Hamphrev — Amending the general corporatlou law to prohibit the use of tbe word "trust" by auy olher corporations than those organized under tbe banklug or luauranoe law. Senator Ambler—Providing that all food products sold In this Hlale shall be ex. nmlned and certified to by dhemlsls uuder tbe directiou of tbe Commltiloner of Agri¬ culture. Senator Wngner—A bill, applying to all counties except Mouroe and Westchester, liiaelng pawnbrokers under the general aupervlslon of tho Statu Supertuleudunt of Banks, and making theae rales; On losus of more than «S0, tS; tli, t'ii less tban tlS, VISO, Mr. Phllllpa—Making May 1 s public holiday, to be known as "Dewey Day " State Jndlelal Appointees. Qovernor Roosevelt bos designated threo Supreme Court Judges to sll on Appellate DlvlslQO benches lo Hll vacancies. He dealgoBled Judge Michael HIrschberg, of Newburg, lo alt oo tbe Appellate Division bench lo the seeond department lollll the vacancy caused by tbe appolntmeut of Judge Cullen to tbe Court of Appeals beocb for a temporary period. He also desigoaled Judge Frank Hlscock, ol Syracuse, and Judge F, C Lougbllu, of nuflalu, to alt on tbe Appellate Division bench In tbe fourth deiiartment. The Governor bas nppointed Jubn B M. Stevens, of Roohnster, as Special Couniy Judge of Mouroe Cuuuly, to Illl a vacancy. Rabies In Snilivan Caunly, The attention of Stute Agricultural Com- 'nlsjloner Welting has been called to a luaranllno established against Iheribles latt montb lo the towu of Bolliei, Sulllyan Couut]r,'%y the local health authorltli-a, A man, several doga and tome cows havo been billen aud the farmers thluk the Slate Agrl- .ultural Commlselouor should .lirect Mini lhe cows be killed. Asalataut Cunim laslouer ^f Agriculture Preston baa been directed to make an lavetllgatlon. Owners of doga ,n the lotrn have been ordero 1 to keep their animals tied up for sixty days from De- lember 13 lasl. • aMM liMiad aa ail pana ol Earopa. Mtaataaral baakint hasinen. lM*aal|^enmo>atlcna, romi«nles, tocle MhvaalWbcttoa •maraaleMl JWRiro::siSi J2213 ftotapi attention and William P. Dodge Dead. William P. Dodge, aged ntiy.slx yeara. Financial Clerk ot thu Stale .Senate sluce t8»l, died at bit home In Prospect, from pneumonia. He btd nlso held the poslllous of Flnanclal Clerk ot the Aaaerably nn.l Postmaster of the Assembly, ond was oue of tbe ilrst appolnltws lo th" force of Slato (lame Protectors. H-. wns long prominent lu pollilos In Oneida Couutv. bolding for several years lhe posiliou of Chairman of tbs llepublicau Couniy Co.nmlttee. Wbolasala EBacnliona al Auburn. Warden Mnnd, of tho Auburn Prison, bas Issued nu ultlmaluin agaiual Ibe wbllo rata kept by tbe prisoners us pels, ami Ibey aru ull lo be executed. II It lielloveil that they are dangeroua to the b.'ttllh of tbe prlaon¬ er.. They propagate dlse,iae and vermin. Au appareully healthy rat was recently place,! undor a microscope ami found to be swarming wllhdaugerous microbes, rounil Sawa in a Cake. Some food was dellverea at the Mal.len Laue Jail lu Albany for Archie Lageiler ana Hugh Mcl'ann, .-o,u,nllled from (',. hoes. Inclu.led lu th.. f.. >.l was a jelly layer cake. The jail omclala decide.! lo cu. Iha cake before .lellverlug It, an.l fouu.l Ibree small steel saws baked in tbo layer of Iha cake.. Tub Unntar Kllla.l liv C-oinpaiilnn. Wheu fox bunting a few days ago Charles Miller, of L.)gau, was kllle 1 l.y tbe acci dental discharge ofn shotgun lu the ban.ls nl JobnSwlck. lu cocking tlte gun Swiek-s thumb sllppe.1 otT the himmor anl tbe charge ol shot struck Millet In the back of 'be bead. ufficially declared that tho luile.l Statea was at wa.- with tho proud obl land whioh hal takeu tho tronblo to discover her, "It aeems to me," remarked the Sergeant, na he caaunlly inspected the namber of cartridges in his belt, "that this bnsineaa ia growing -i-ery tiresome. What wo ueud is a little .livoraion; a little ot tho romance of war."' "iVell," replie.l yonng Pb .lonoa, who foriuerly mar .halo I figures on n trial balanoe sht'ot, "you'll get more romauoe tban yon want it yuu dou't iie a little closer down there!" Three or four of tho guerillas had dropped from the trees and the Span¬ ish stragglers bad been driveu back toward Santiago by a rattling firo from the Springfield rifles uf tho vol¬ unteers. The weather wa.s entiroly ton hot lo lolluw lip an U'lvniilagt- gained over a few lice fed oonscripis, and Company K waa resting a bit an.l wondering if tho comniisflary depart¬ ment would call npon thein that day. "Teddy " Wilkins waa amokiug tho artistically colured meorsohaum whioh he hsd bruught from home, Thero had boen no tohaccu in tlie nob brown bowl for days, and the Sergeant was I'ontenteiUy puffing at aome uf the dried grass of the couulry. "Hello!" exolaimed De .Tones. "Here thoy como to our pink lea! I wonder how they found uut we vvere receiving tbis afternoou. (let unt the Boaton wafers, Sarg., aU'l I'll hunt up the souvenir spoons," "They" proved to be a clender young woman, whu ivalkc,! .villi a springy step, ami au eMeily woman, who was anything but sylphliko, who seemed to roll along the broivn enrth. There was a look of terror in the eyes of both ol them. They advanceil toward the American suliliera aud held their han,la above their heads, "Mercy, mercy, Senor!" cried tho girl, in broken Knglith. "Tell them to sit down ou tho sofit and maka thcmuelvoa al home, " sug gested Do .Tones. "The young ono is rather goo,l looking, al that," Sergeant Theo,loro Wilkins, of Com¬ pany K. bent his stilTaned limbs, a,t justed his cartri,lgn belt and went to moet tbe new comers, "We bog protecliun," anid the yonnger woman, "Wc havo comn from tbe city, and we beg lo bo spare,1 by tbe chivalry of loa .Vmericano.s. " Wilkins, wbo remembered some¬ what of bis ("lendorf, attempted to say something in .Spanish which ho meanI to be reassuring. The girl shook her head and a puzzle.1 cjpression oaiu.- iuto ber eyes. fair sen,,rita, 'i'he Spaniards a,l- vance,! aud it took all the vigor of the exUouated volunteers to bold thom in c-hecK. Yet oven when the Man..ers tilled the air with weird songs, there came to Teddy Wilkina the vision ot a face framed iu dark bair aud the sound of a voice which was musical nud luw, Day.s of har.l lighting followed, an,l wh.n it was all over Sergoiiit Tlico- .l,,r,. Wilkina went in search of hov who had ealle.l him n Sir C.alahad. He fonnd hor, tou, within tho protec¬ tion of the ..Vmorican lines, sheltered by the Hed Cross aud happy, bccnnae she had l.eeu reunited with her owu— her husband and her four children.— New York Herald, SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAl.. I.ale le...|s iinve slowii km ri wooil in 1,0 aupciior t,, teok, and Ihal heavy lieaius of Ihe former give a elieapcr and more lire-resiBting floor thau light rolleil beams of sloel. Fat, or the maloriala dissolved from a feeding shift" by ether, ia a eubslaiiee uf mixed character, and may include, besides real fata, wax, tiie groen eolur- ing matter of plaula, etc. Tho fat of food in either stored np in tho body aa fat or burned, to furnish beat aad energy. It is well knowu that aniesthelics, espeeiallv chloroform aud ether, aro fatal to living beings, acting slowly wheu they mo used iu small quanti¬ ties for n long time, sud rapidly wben tlicy are given in largo doBOs, Thia i« true both for animal aud for vcget able life. orca.idiir, ¦r, tffrl. era In the ,Sonato r,ir.'ly Senator llovnrldg.''s spoo.'h lu pari as follows: ".Mr. Presblent, thot rhe Philippines are r lory belouging to tbe Uuited states, Iho ronstltullou c^^ls tboiD. .Vn.l j.i.l I.o. vou.l Ibo Pbiilpplnes an- rliluu-s llllinlt- able mBiketa. Wo will n.,1 retr..nl fr.i„i ilthor. Wo will uot repudlale our .luty In tl-e Archlpelngo. Wo will uot nhanlou our opportunity Inthe Orient. "This Islan.l cuipiro ta tbo la-t land left In all the oceans. If It ahould prove a mis. take to abau.lou It tbo bluuiicr, onco maile, would be Irretrievable, If It provea a mla. tnke to hold ll tbo orror can hecorrccDd when we will; evory other progressive na¬ tion Blau.la rea.ly lo relieve us," Keferring to tho war, be said "Tbo military fltuallou Is n.i abandonment. Our cnmpaign bas I. l.erfecl aa posalblo wllh tbe force nt bau.l. We atiompte.l n great task with lusum- dcnt means; we becfluio Impntlout UibI ll was uot llnlsbcl before It coubl fairly bo Hint other .''lemeut of .lliastcr. pausing In tho work bef.jro ll Is lUorouglily nud for¬ ever done. "1 nm prepare.! to vole eillier fo make .)ur work thorough or oveu now to aban¬ don it. A lasting peace can l)e secured ouly l.y overwhelming forcos In caacb-sa action uulll uulversitl nud absolutely liual defeat is iufllclBd or. lh« anen,y. " Senator lievorldge sabl tbe Filipinos were childrou luca|4iblo of aelf-govern- nicul, nu.l llmt tbo peoite were Indolent nn.l lli.irougbly alilftless, In.)Ull,nlng a .siiltnlile government for tbo lslau,lsliesal,l tbol^il-ilsiaU'j sh..iil.! 'Bsh balance .m band In Its history, rbl: .Into ofafTafrs Is l.eliove.lto bo partlv dn. lo the many Incorporatb.n. In the Stato lu hnv tbo last flaeat year In discussing Hie protection of the oyater bedi, the (lovernot says the auuual value of tbe ovsler crop of tbo state Is nenrly J2,n(11,00(l, n sum eoual lo the value of tlie yearly wheat i.ro.bictlon, Tbe Industry gives direct eiiipbiymoul tonbont ROI boats md over .1000 mon. Ho calla ntlentioa lo the fruitless j.iiut PIT.,rts of NewVork au.l New .lersey to lii. teresl the Fe.leral O ivcrnment In 111" preservaltoii of the Palisades of Hie Hud- .on from .lofacemcut nml deprclntlon, but ixpressea the belief that the two Statea ivlll BHCceo.l lu acquiring the ii.'cessary 'an.! to Insure the Incluslou of tbe I'all- lailea lo a publi.' park scho.uo. s The Oovurnor dovoiea .'ousi.lcrabl,. space ;o the altncks on the raauacomoul of tho , Stale In.luatrlal Scliool for Olris, which ho rensoii f.,r I loclare.s were unjust. Ou Ihls subject he I lays. In purl: "TUIs scho.jl hns, during the Inst yoar, gained au ucpleasiinl an.! unfortunate uo- :orlely. Kviiggor.ile.l au.l scusriilonal iic- ?o,ints s^jiead brna,|.'a:.t .,v.-r Ibo couulrv, : bavecroato.l a .l.'epiv .-rronoous iiupr..a- siou ns lolhe purpos.'S of tbo aciiool, tbe methods ot Us mauagemeut and the roiuils there atlnlned, "At uo time hoj the claim boon male lhat the school haa reached the full meaa¬ ure nf perfection, but under Ibc niaiiage- ment nf tho irustoes, aided bv tbo lutein, gout nnd suggesllvo help of the IDanl of ; Womeii Visitors and of tbe oni-ers. d,..'ldo.! and. under the circumslances. astonlsl.lug reforms nud advances bave be..|i ma.l,' ' ¦fhe (ioyeraor bas, lu regnr,l l.l Ibe tax- nllon of franchises, the lollowing to say "-rbo ,|,iest,..n |ir.'ssingu(...u vour aln-n- •lou au.l il.'.oau.ling ansicr i-. H.. Iho I fran.'lil.sos of .•,,r|,or,ill..us of ,1 .piasl pub. j llc uuluro, enjoyiug specbil (irivlb-ge. In 1 the use of public prop.-rty, posaess n value wblcb sbnui,! be tlio subject of taxation, ' and, Ifao, nro the laws defcllvo lu oot subjecting tbem 10 such luxation-,' "1 fully realize tbe luiporlnnco of d.>allng with this matter lu a conservallvii e|ilrll. IWe proapuritv of a Stale ,lepend. Inrgoly I upon the seenrliy wlii.'h It affords lo In- vi'ated capital, 'Ihose who bavo been, an.l ! »ho aim are, wllllugto lake tbo riaka in- volved lu such enterprises, bn/. irdoUS anil j unccrlalu lu the beginning, uro .-utltlod to I ,'Ucourago,nenl andconalderate trealmcnl. j "lu my j.idgment, tbo falr.'sl nud mnat i.:ltcal way tn ileal wllh tb.> prnblcin I? claaalfy l,y Icglslntlvo ona.'lmonl thee,- 'Ciul frnucblsns for Iho purpose of taxa. u by ono oftbe Slnte bcar.ls. I "This subj,>ci Is probably tho ino3l lm. ¦"' ¦ "¦ ' ¦-'" gago y aa heeu Depart. .s.)f lly. Tbo Controllor . slrulug the PersJi! ii.vn! offlcera ..n lo iboro pa.v. Surgeon.OcDctal Sternberg deslguat ed to represent lI.eVV meut at the lulerualloDul Couf geloe In Paris this aummer. The stale Department hns received a fay. orable rcsp.ins.- fr.uu Itnly to Se.-rctnry Hav's note r.'gnrdlog the open door In China. Elaborate preparati,-,na have been niB,le for the fuueral of r.cner.i I.nwton at A-t- lli.glon NntlonBl Ccmotety. Major Alexander Ilogers. of the Sixth rv. hBS nt bis owu re.pieat been re. I from duly ni military nllache at he rnlled Stales Kmbassy hi Pails and rdere.l to jolu Ills regiment In this coun. Bonrd of Nnvnl Construction hni uen,le.l that tbo auxiliary cruise, . lately the Ya-„,irl. he sold. It wU! c,-,st not less ihnu $;i.VI,0(10 lo pul the ship In cou,ntlon for iinval service. She Is at Mare Islaud, Cal. Tho atalenieut Issue,! bv tha Director ol tbe Mint shows tbat tbo total coluage for ISOU was 1139,343.111!, as f.ill.iws: Gold, *lll,;ll4,220; sllier »3il.0lll,,',lf); minor coins, *l.H,17,!,')l. |-.)..k, wbo c.iinnianded lhe I III th.. batlloof Santiago, M.'Klob.y I,., waa reapon. , „,,i.l.. l.y the Ilrooklyn, A.lmirnl SchL'y has beeu 'Tb. .\ new alloy is being nsed in Paris ill the eonstrnetion of the bodies of nutoinobile vehicles. It haa beeu nsed by De Dion and Boutou, and has beou givcii tlie uanio of rarliiiiuiu. Tt is an ull.iy nt ahiininiuin with luiigsteu, nnd gives a meliil with a epecific gravity uf i 80 whon .-ust nn.l ;i,on when rolle.I. It i.i ani,l to bo etronger than aluiuinmiii, ami almost as light, while al the samo tuuo it is less ex¬ pensive. GermnJ esperimonts suggest de¬ fective water gouges as the cause o! many- it uol moat —mysterious boiler expl.)Bi..ua. I'sing a maguelio indi¬ cator, C. Kemachel obtalne.l an alarm of low waler while iho ordinary glass gauge sbowed four iuches above the medium level. A defect in the tight j ness of the stenm pipe leading to the | iup cock was f.iiin.l, au.l when this j was reme.lied the walcr level iu the glass tell six ineliea, I Tn phologrnphiug the nmens mem- ' brane of the living atomnch, Drs, ; l.ailge an.l Molzing iiae.l a slomaeh tiiljivtwo feel long and halt nn inch in ' ilinineter, wilh an electric light at tho , lower eud an.l a camera nt the upper . .'ud. Thc eniplie.l st,)mach is waahed, j tlieu dialemlcd with uir. In ten or lifiecu minutea tifly or more succca- sive pictures ean be Iaken, tho ap- paralns being tnrued to l.riug all parte into view, anil the minute ph., lographs oau be eulargcl as desired, l-'rom a recent discussion by the British .\slr,,ui,niical Society it ap- 'i jicara that Ihe cause uf a luuch-ob- aerve.l phenoiuenuii ia still a mystery. Tho now theory was uHered by mV. I Cecil .1. Doliuage that tho apparent I enlargement of the moon ia au effect i ut tho sky's i-urvatiire, which ia not I noticed at Ihe zenith but apparently mereasea tu'var,! Ibe hurizon. Thia . recnlle,! tho many uther suggestions uf rccciit years. A Belgian aslrun orner has s.iiighl to pr.ive that the eauae i« pliyaiulngical, ami thai ob- jecla n\(.riiea,l always seem pinaller I llinu those at the asme .listnnee on a ; level; anulher i.lea la that the cause j i.s atmospheric; slill another that the Ilnsi,,n IS mental. .About the only "A Pblli-^-iino oflico In o..r lioparl . , Df state; au Amerlcuu (iov(li.ior.(lenernl In I Manila, with |,i,w,'r to mo.'' ,laliy omorg,.u. J lo--.; possibly au A'lvlanry I'.iun.'ll, wllh li . ' poiver except lhat of .llacussiug ii.Hasures I with tho (loveruor-Cleueral, wl,|.-h couucll ivuuhl I 0 tbe ger,n for futuro Loglsbiliires, i scbool lu |,r„.-Ileal goyerum-.m, au.l nu American I.i"uleuaut-.!..v..ru.,r in ,'a,'b ; orovlDc,., with n like ,.on„.'ll ml 1,1,,,.- He then eutere! upon a g.'u.ral defen'e I it tiia policy ot e.vpnuslou. j ";-leuutors lu opp,,sltlou aro osloppo,! I 'rom denying our conslllni|..nal pon-cr to 1 .lovern the I'l.illppluBs ns .Ir.-.imsiaiices j nay demand. Fur such poivor Is admltlo.l 1 u thu caae of Florida, Louisiana nml j Abiaka. Does a thousan,! mile- of ocau i lliolnlah constitutional pow.'r more thnu u ' Ihouannd miles of lamr,' "No, DO. There Is lu tbn nciau uo con. ! i.ori.iut Iba't lllullounl nrgiimeul iigiiln.st tbe march of | Jurliii: I be pr.-scut Ihnt It be lak.'ii up for consld'-ratloii a. iB'-ly as practic.iblc. lolhe,.,ul that aome Iblng delinite niul sallsfa.'lory, may |,o ac compilshfld boforo adjourninont." Aflcr the readiug of the (lovornor-a mea •age tho |,r,\sldiug ollleors of both bouse, luuouucod their cmraltleo appolntmeuts ,.r utlcntlo the Mag. for ll," ocenns, too, arc ours. Tuo ,;r,'al llopubll.-. b.'foio 1 die, will be the ackn.iwledged lor.l ot Iho worlds high id lis. .Senator llonr lu reply sal. lered In vain for tiioso wor.la which Americau people buve taken on tbeir lips j In solemn i-rlaca—"right,-' "j,iallce," I "duly" nnd "freedom." i .vlr, Honr ,Ieclnrod that pracUcally every i .tatomeut of fact In tho apeccli waa re- ' lulcd bv goverumeut reports rcelvcl by , 4,l,iilriri Dewey, Oeuernl Olla uu.l from i jtlier omclal aourcca. I Ho,Ieciared Ibe rillpino, ba.l tbo Spnn- ar.la hemmed in Mania nn.l lb.- latt.-r ' .vero obliged lo eurren.ler. Ho fpi.it.'.l loDcrul Oils, A.lmiral D.'ivev ami other ¦ fflcora lo ahow tbnt whou Aguliiiil.lo ar- -Ive.l In buuou from Hong K-iug the lusur- jenls l„„i nu nrmy ..f Ihlrly Ui..usau.l; hal lu the Island ol L.izon tho Philippines : iinintaine.l courts, schoola, uiiiuiclpal gov .rnmcnta an.l churcboa, nn.l that p.,ae, -nd order prevailed preiiy geii.-r.illy . NOTtD INDIAN SCOUT DEAD. IVllllai.. .larkion. Serycl Inrter Mile. FOUR MEN SHOT IN COURT. 'dllganl. Take l.siv Into riiclr (..r.i llun.is Hi Oakildge, Hl.n., Vl. KBi,i-no, Miss. (Special).—.\ J 'Sporato ml ,loudly pistol duel. In wlii.'U tbree of :heli..al known resblout. ..1 Warrwi County ivere klllo.l, oc,-urre,l iu (lak llblg.', eigh¬ leeu miles from here. The ,lea,l are A. IL Iljland, II. (', Klepheuaon au.l Dr. (.11.., adu. The light Iiistloo 1!. *ult vlt curre.l in the ,..„irtroo,u ot 1!. E. Grlflln, before whom Dr. hnd been calin,l for trial .,n nn ain. ivnrn out by llolan.l cbnrging liliu hippo,! ono of 11..bin.Is nuk. ilbbui,. al,.. Alvlcos re- l In.Iiau ll,.f.-rva- ; a .^lato tbut Will- j Do not apik a Spanish in,,re, Senor,",she saiil, '1 havo the Kng¬ lish very well. 1 weul lo school m Connecticut." Whoronpon the men whu ha.l been engaged in the gentle oconpation of exchanging compliments with Spanish foemen bnrat into an upioario.is guf¬ faw, to tho great nun,,yauco of Ser¬ geant Theodore Wilkins. "Thst Spanish ot yonra ia greal," suggested tho corporal. A lieutenant came up jusl then. Tbo two women sai.l thai lliey hal just oome from beleaguered Sautiag.. in order thni they might eseap.' .leaili in the boinbanlmenl which waa aure to e.ime. The lieutenant lobl them that they need fear no .Ianger, f.ir "los Americanos " ,lid not make war npon womeu nml chlblren. llo or dered Sergeant Wilkins and a gunr.l of two men to escort tho viaitors ont of harm's way. Teddy Wilkins was very yuuug. Ile was so youthfnl thai he had ha.i hard wurk in gelling int.) the regiment when ho euliste.I about u year befor... He hai I.een educate.I in a militury sohool, an.l the mechsni.'-m uf drill seeme.I a seon.l ual.ire l,, him. He remembered aa lie es.'orte.l the refugees through the chaparral tluil there waa a situation ui grand opera which was not ao very ,lillereut fiom | tbiug really pro-en la that measure- the one in winch he fuund himself. ,„^,m „.i,|, Hj^ sextant ahowa the He wondered if I'arnieu were as bean- | ,,„„,„', ,i„o to have tho same size st tiful at tbe Cuban girl whu picked her . .i^, i,„rizun us at the zenith, ex,'ept wayamung tho falleu branches an,l r^r lhe slighi influence of refraction Ihe atones which Isy ui their path- i __ _ Hti-CM, M.)u. (Sp. .eive.l trom tbo llla.'kf lonlu Northern M..nti am Jackaon is .len.I. Hewnaonoof the uolcl In.Iiau s.'outs 'ouuected wllb the I'ulte.l stal.,s Ar,uy. fio beca,no n scout at tl,,. ,lg.'..I aoven|,..)ii, I is believod, und b.r m.iny ycurs be rou- 1,'rcd faithful nn,l ..Itlclent service un.l.-r Mlica, Crck, (iiblion, nu.l ,.tlier lu.lbiii Ighters. llo was oue of Iho first I., roach cuillza- lioii with tho newsof lb.. riist..r ii,„s-a.'r.., lud bis ac-ounl was as a.'..,,rat,, as tbo onicial report. ivltli bB .-.ilored I nanl.i.l lo the court l.v Ills fallior. Dr liiiues Aualln, nnd his brothor-lu-law, .Mr, As near n-l can bo learne.l, tl,., trial hal -,e,-i, lu progross only a few „,ln,il,'S ivh.-n bo sbooiing begau. .l,,.-,' siarlc.l the .los- I.crnle batllo only on.le.l wl.cii ull Hire., of iho mon woro sln.i.'ho.l llf.'lo.ss on ll.o floor •j| Ibo mile court!....m. WImii tile Hriug had ce.-iee.l llio spoclniors. wlio bail bollcl al Vhe llrat shot, entere.I the bulbllug. Overturned nnd broken turultiire, 11,....I ?..ver.'.l walls nnd lloors, an I lu th.. lui.lst if all the lliree .load bo.lles wer.' seen, 30UBLE HANGING IN MONTROSE. il.ir.terera al A, J, fepper. a I'en nsv 11 aula Fanner. I'ay llealli Penalty. M.Mii.sK, I'enn. iSpc.'lali.-C.rnellu, ihevy au.i .lames J. Fngan. Um iniinlerers )f A. .1. Pepper, wero hauge.I here a f.-iv lays ,Ign. (Jvcr one hnudre.l pers..us. In- ,1,1.llug Ibo jury, witnoased tbe eiecutlou. The crime for whl.-h the meu sulT.'re.l leaili on lhe galbiws was llie miir.b'r .,f tiilrcw .lu.'kaon Pepper, a iv.'altby Sus- piebanua I-nuul J- fanner, living Iu Hush l....viiablp, ..u tho niglil .il (Iclobor 111, i-i-T, nr the purpose of robbery. The men wero Irlo.l Boptirnlely.^ After enteni^c of iloath ha 1 boon lrapo.~e.l .„|..)U hem their ciisos were nppenio.l four limes. resolution ns adoptod was made moro geu¬ eral In its scope, and an ninondmenl waa ad.led lo cover liil.irmatlou respecting the trausnetlous relating tn tho aalo of tbe Vew York Custom liouse. Secretary (lages friends ba.l heeu in¬ formed thai he courle.l Ibo fu.iost luvestl¬ gallon, and was prepare.! lo aubn.ll all the fa.'ts to Cougresa. A.'c.r.llagly there \y,n uo friction o..,T tbe passage ol tl,o r..solu- .inn, which was unnulm.iusly ndoplcl. Tho rostdutton, as adopled, reads na fol- ,owa: "Kesolved, That the Secretary ot tho Freasiirv bo an,! he Is hereby rciuoaled to furnish the House of Kepreseulallvoa the followiug luforinallon: "Flrat—Coplea of all letters, agreementa, papera or docuinonls belween the 'I'roas ury neparlmenl of lhe t'nilo.l States ot nuv person counecte.l tbercwlth Bn.l the National Cilv llniik au.l tbe Hanovei Na- llounl bank of tlie I'll y of New York, or nny pers.Ill acting for lb..in ,,rcitlier of thom, 'sliicethe4tli dny .,f Mar.-h,1SH7, relallug t.i th-depositing .-.f public fun.la, bonds.ir reveuues In anid bank or bauks, or any otber relalloua or bualueaa irausaetl;.ns uow existiug or l,orel,)fore bad betw.,.',, tbe (lovcruiueut nmlanid bauks or eilber of Ibem. "Se,'on,l The amount ..I public monoy. bon.la or rovouuo .ieposlted witu snid bank", or cltlier of tbem, or wllb nny Na¬ tional I.ank, l.v the r.ovetu.»ont. upon whal soi.,irlty. for what length ot llmo, an.l the leas.ins tberefor, nn.l whelbet sub! banks or nuy of tbem have paid the Goverumeut any Interest on said deposits, aud If ao, how liiiieb, and nil other Inform¬ ation concerning the same or lu aoy way relating lliorol... "Third- Aud nls.. Ibo dale of tbo sal. of tbo Cualnra Hou.o properly of lli.- I'nlte.l Slales lu Now V..rk (-lly lo said Na- tfouul City Bank, tbo date of the execu¬ tion of tho deed thereto, the dale am! miinuer of |.uvmont of the purchase money, herofor, tbe disposltl.iii of tb* pro- .'oeils of 11,0 sabl sale, an.! whother or uot the (ioverliinout has pai,i auy reals for the aald prop.'rly or nuy poition ttiereof (ot any purpoaoalnco lb., day of salo, and, II ao, lowborn, au.l all facts relating to th, saldtranaacllou.- In the Souale Mr. Allen-a resolution call¬ ing f.,r corrosponoonco bolwcn the Trcs- ,iry nepartment and tbe National Cltv llank and tbo llauover National Ilnnk. ..I Now York (-lly. was ngroed I.. Willi inodlll- eatb.us. NEW "DIVINE HEALER" IN CHICAGO. Agree, for a;il.» a Ilay In Kai.e .lie Dea.l Our A.lop-ed l.lan.1., Oovernor-tieiieral Wood, ol Cuba but releaae.l sovou prlsniera who had beon detained for a 'oug time In Havana prlaons Hivaltlng trials ,,u frliolous ohargca. Senor ()u,<sadn, at Havana, says tbo Cuban pooplo aro groplly luloroate.l lu tha I'aris Expoalllon, It. nlso says conslder- ible trouble la being Involved In uiaking ludlcial selection, which will be uoc.vssary .11 ai'count of tbe Uiulted spa.'o all ole,! t.i Cuba. Onvernor-C.oncrnl W..od hns Issued an ar.ler ruleaaing forty prisoners In Cuban lalls, many of whom hava boon detained a long lime nwaillug trial, Tbo opening nf the Plililpplne ports ol Diigu|)an, Sun Fernando,Vlgiiii, Lnoag nnd Aparrl permits Iho roauiuptlou of trade, iirlnglng relief to commuullloa greatly In ucod of f.iotatuffs, Tbo Cuban Plantera' Association has pre- aentoii lo (Ieneral Wood al Havana a state, iiieiil. In which oc.-111-8 a re.pioHl that tha passage of luiuilgniiita to Cuba bj paid by tbe Oiveriiiiieiit provblcd tho Immlgranta aro of aaullnnlo klu,l. A great iiunnlltv nf counterfoil American g..Id colu Is lu eirculallou nl lluvann,Gut.a, prominent and --Dl.lne Heal. In Ibe p.Ts.m the llev. Dr. (- nilverllslng bl (.Special), ciler,- ba ...n of « 1 n lleaH Tno ¦..>i.| A I'lir.1 S.-hlntter appoar.,,1 In (-||il..-, II, iter W» r I am a htmet ItKJtcd no.ir .Stony BrrKvk, one .-.f the most mjlarioui 4Mrtctsin this State, and was botlu-red wih nil iri,i fir ycirs, at tinu'S •91 could not WOfk, and \\-.is alw.iysvciy r.v isiip.iti-d as v^cll. For wan I had nialaria so bad in Ihc spriii;;. "\vh.-:i cfijj.isjoJ in plowing;, • •illcoulddo iKithing but sfv.ikc. i must |-.,ivc t.ikoii about a I'.irrcl •f quinine pills besides d.-.^ons of other romcJic-;, bit n.'ver oblaint'd ' any permanent benetit. last fall, i,i p.a.h lini , I h.d a m.^st .scuous altKkof chitis jnd then C'lminoiwcd t.> lake K'|vuin T.ibules, uprm a Mllld*tadvice, and tho iiiDt box iii,iJt- mc all rii:ht and I hive never kawi without them since. I take one Tabule c.uh tii,-.tninj! and niiiht Midi sometimes when I feel .-note than iivu.illv exhuistcJ 1 t.ikc three in e^tfn Thev have kept mv st.vmach sweet mv b.^wels repul.ir and I hata not had the le;.st touch of m.d .ria nor s->l !i n^ nead.i.he since I -CMDinenerd usinc ihem. I know aho th.ii I sl, i p better and w.ike up MOft refreshed than lormcrlv. I ,ior,': know i-'V many compLiints Upam Tabules will hel,>, but I .lo know tliev wil i ure any on,- in Ihe CMMtWon I was and I would not be wiihout them at any price. I fcplHttly consider them thc cheapest-priced ined'.ine in the w.ild, as litty are also the most t>enelicial and the in.<st convenient to lake. I »W twenty-seven ycats c>f ajje and have w.^r'hcJ h.ird all mv lue, the leasmost fanne.s, lioth e.irl. an.l 1,-e and i:i all kindi ol weaiher. 11 luve never enioved such go.'d ho i:i!i .is I h.ue since last fjll; in , my neighbors have all rrmaiked my i ii,"ovcd condition and have ••"say. JOhh. what arc vou dorti; lo lo.',< <o healihy ? " tk-v-.. .a,..... ._>. -..-^ --.a'l^irri-cv.:;: v ;v^ i^i*. way. Thau he trie.l to cnuvince huu. self that be kuew a girl in Harlem wbn was far ui..ie su. The nmre ho a.lvaiice.i Una propo.iliou, to iiimaelt, the IUl.re was he .-onvinced lhat it was utterly iinleunble, ".Senor, ' ssi.I lb'' girl, 'y.ui are very kin.l. Yoii at.- .ur vuliaiil knight. ¦ Teddy Wilkina' y.^ntli ufteii csns.-.l him to speak haalily. lie glan.-e.l al the yonng VIouiiiu's m..thei, an.l, be¬ ing cnnvin.-e.l by ber look nf enlire sl.ili.lily Ibat the.lueiina .111 uut iin derslaii.l lliigli-h. he reiuark.-.l in a low and siippusi'.lly leu.ler v..ice, I wish yon woubl say -luy lualeal . I •oni,-"senurila. I ab .lil.I be v.-i» happy It yuu did The young w..:.ia,i laii,.-lir.|. au.l then chccke.I ber^cli -'Ah, ae;..)r. - she sail, I have ^eft those behinl wh.> are very lear t.) me. I thiuk onlv .f bung'uuite.l tu them. -Let me goin seaicuof them, ex claimed the yonng serg.'sut. 'I will go everywhere to tiud them in older tt. WlU a smile frnm yon." ".--cnol. ' refl|>i.:nU'd the.vo-mg w... man. -there is nothing in ..ui .Spanish loujiue t.) .lescribe one ».. uoble. Yuu are ill.Iee.l x Sir lia'.i'jj.I Tlu.ycame with us aii.l were f, i.^bieue.I tvmu .is. I Lave u.l .loubt Ih.il Vl.vv have e.ic ceeied III placiii:: tliciiikclves iii pro lection of K.s A.,;ei.ca-.n«. Sneh i" my eaiue't hope ' The sir! Mep| el back lu a coquet lish nty s.i toa. ihevo.,:,; »r,f:ea,-t Blight wtik bcs, le he. i'ne more he mikti U bti tb* ia«i* b* w** *«a- I Uvea Ills llorsr. j ' Aiicther hotwin.l .Isy. but we man¬ age.1 I.) get l.l the garris.iu eliiuch fnr luornirg service. Fonn.l it tilled tn ; overflowing with snl.lieis in kliakiand ! iinpoli:.he.l boots, loukiug as .hfterent as pussiiilc t.. the nun in their Snu I ' .lay best na wc ha.l s... n Ihem for the 1 laal three mnulhs. smart Lancers and Vl'.iilcs polished up t.. the nines, an.l luinoii'y lea.ler in seuiailv.'..) tbo Cannibal. Fen.l o Mall advices recel New Brllalu report Captain an.l crew of to tbe lintisb schoon Soulb Wnl*t. while I mlr.iltv IslBU.ls. (In penra. escape,!, nn.l, 1 alter mur.lerlngtbe ved Ihe nfte, or Nl Hou ao n Sal III in I luas an m iikui rn.liiipai Iv II Tis „ sail .: ,r,'e .lie. r». ll .or en i,a r. 1. 1 ,a,. of 11.. ,"r.. „lon 1 ^re ot |...;..n l,>».*f ni; ..-. II .iiena, ig.,r„l pre. ¦r..il tbe dug Now Ad up e.l a UanEo.l at I l.nrg, 1-,, rsni-K.., I'eun. (Special). WlUlam .Va».'.., a Hungarian, was hauge.l l,i ili.i .ar.l ..I III.. Couuty .^.o.irl liouse. 'Vim :rli,,M lor which Waai-o^was .-veeut.-.l was be mur.ler of Annie Kestak, a y..uiig dungurlau girl whn had refus..d L. marrv lllii. lie sliot himself al the sau,e llUie, lUl S....U p'oovcrod fr.on bis »-.,uu.ls. Tyiilinon in the |-arnllne l.taii.ls, Ma.l n.lvicos r >lv. I lu llorlln Ir.im lb. .-ar..lines suv that a lypb.K.n ,lestroye.l l.uci, properly iu tho Islan.Is. ..spo..ially lu I... Islan.l ol Yap. Tbo .ierman warship 'aguur narroiviy escape.l d.-structlou. Thfee Urowne.l While Skating. While skating on Lako of Hays lu Mus. lega .llslrlct, -foront.,, (Int., Tl,...n,is SroBu, Jr., iiinetoen; .Margaret Hrown, wenn...ne. nn.l Jaue liro«u, ....veutueo, 'hlMr.'U ..r rhomas llr.iw,,, r.m Int., a wi.l.. 'raek In the loo uoar llla.,k p.,Int au.i w..re lii dr.wue.l. ,.l nle ll,..|r the ailmiraliuu ol ^ 1 t.) see meu well uw their get up was anl u.)l for show Of. ' tlculatc.l t.. auy .me wh.. lik torue.l nut. all f.ir bu'-in. Ib-ers, we iiear.l. ha.l speul painful lialf-h..urs covering even their bullous .villi Ihc ull-perva ling kliaki. tbe sai.l li.ltt.-.l.s, tli.;s iiilarg.'.I. r.'filsinp log, tl,r,>iigh tbe Iiull.nhuies. but a pen knife reiue.lie.l that .lefec^. Kven .-w..rd han.lb-s wire n.l alluwe.l to es cape, and the pi.-tures.iue lillle spike* fiuin the helmets hal vanished. Laucc an.l sw,.r.l bla.les alike have been paiuled .Int., aul vve have been l.ld .if a trooper nho applie.l hsir-dje if that siia.le t.. bis gray charger- Lou.lon I'elegrBph Lalysmilh Corre spondeuce. Aronn.l .he tVorl.l. The time le.niiitil f,.r a i.iurney rouu.l lhe val th bya man walling .lay and night, with, nt i.slibg, woui.l be l-J". .lays an iipie*. iram, f-.nty I'lagoe Sprea.linc l» Manila. The bulouic plague is spreading lu .Man a. an.I the necesaary b.-.pllal arrang... i..nt. to cop., with tb" .li.e.is.. ha^ been lade. _ •,'>,oon,noo .« Ihsrily. ny the will .f Iho late 11 .bcri llreek righam, a veteran h .lel keeper of Bost.-n, rlil.-b was Ille.l fcr pr..l.at.- |ii H.- Mastet. a Ki .lcte,l of tbe in Ihe Uallnw .-neb g.jyeru.. luur.lor ol ber Ils hlmsel arles M.-I,ean, aud whn, b) soil us Kchlatter-Maclenu, haa eloseil a coulr,lct for the managouieiit of bia campaign of "divine henllug'- with n man wb.T aoeiuod lo hlth to combine all the attributes of a auc'osbful ond thrifty promoter of such ouiorprlses. Taltorsttlls, now given over to prlze-flghllug, bicycle races uud stock showa, has boon sociirod for temple i.urposes. ThellevCliiirlcsMacI.enn claims I., be a graduate of Kdiuburgh Pnlvoraltv. He savaliola a cousin ,,f Mrs. Dowev. He clalma I.) havo f<)rel.)ld the ,loath of VI I'realdent Hobnrl nn.l other ,-vout8 ,,l nalb.nal buporlauce. nnd nil of thos. things. It prnporly exploited, he Is coull deul will pack Tallersalla lo ovorllowlug In hb .-onlra.-t with bis mannger Mae bean agreoa f.,r JIIO per .lay to pilblli-ll lalao any .lea.l wlo. may 1..-' br.lugftt O, -iatloraalls, i ruvbl.'.i, of I'ourse, thoy bav. II..I boeu dea.l ton long; I.) honi tbo sl.'k, uial... lb" blln.l aee, submit lo being burl.'.l ..live ami ralso bimsolf from the .lead, an.l l.erl.irm otber miracles calculated lo ilraw -row.ia In lb., new atnusemout ..nterprlae MOB LYNCHES A WHITE MAN, raken Fro.n Il.e Is.allon Hou.e al .>><. port New. anil Sl.ut tu Ileath, NiwiiiBT Nr»-a,Va. (Specini). -W.W.WaU n while man, was taken frn.n tbo stallor bnuse hy a mob and shot to dealb foi nssaulling Mrs. T, M. Simps.m. wife ol nn employe..f tbo shl|.ynr,l. riio ,-rlmollial Invoked mob y|o!oo,'e wns peculiarly atrocious. The victim waa carried lo aslrip ot wood. ! lust oulal.lo of tbo corporate limits, whore I his l.o.ly was rbl.lie! with l.,ill..ts. Tbe j |.)b waa .lone .pilckly au.l was ..vor before mauy pers..IIS know thai tli.» prls..iier was lak.fln Irom tbe alallou. A ¦¦..r.)iier'a jury render...! a verllct t., the elle.,1 that Will.- : camo to his d,ath al tbe ban.ls of mou un i known lo tbo jiiro'ra. ! Watt claime.l to bean electrician, but thf ..nlv |.rofes>|..n ho praellse.l here wa- gambling. l.awlon'. Hody on tb* War Home, . Tbo bo.ly of .Major-Oeneral Lawlon lefl I Maulla for the United Btatea on the trana : port Thomaa, T.I Acroinpaiiy the Iloer Army, Captain Carl Kelchu.ann, of Ihe Hevou teeuth Infanlry, Assistant A.ijutant-Onn eral of V..luu(e,.r., has been detailed hi the Secretary of War at Washington to nc company the Bn..r,irmy !..r the pur|,.,se .. observing and reporting ..n Ibo war 1' South Afrl.-a. .>— Four Mrn Klllea lir llynamlle. Four ni"u were kllle.l ..n l.be -renncsse. Ceulral-Iiailroad, eight inilos from'Pock W.....I. Tenu. Tuey were unlon.ling .lyna u.it.. wb.n a 'luantlty ..f It .-xpi...b-.l. (i„. mau wa« kllle.l Instantly au.l three ..Ih-r- Erneal K. (.elimaiiii, a mullt-mllUonalr^ I .^,",07,1?! il in nt Cl.lCiigo, died ut Wbllo Plains, N. Y.. """"• "" """ " where ho i^ent for treatment for Insanity. Tho fnlort County liank. nt Ilabwav. N. J., was ooinriBllod to close, becBur,-. of ex- .'osslve wllhdrawala nf deposits thai took all Us readv .*k8b. ' Tliroe hundred emplovea ol Parker Brotliora'gun factory at .Murldeu, Conn., bu.l a uarrow escape from aorlous Injury, If not liislaul dealb, by the top floor :'rnshlug lu wilbout the least wurnlug. Mauy eiuployoa woro hit liy Ilyiug apilnt- ers, but uo serious injuries resulted, Mrs. Catharine Kippard, age.l seventy. »li, was burne.l lo ,loatli lu her homo in Wllkcabarre, pcuu, TUo clolhoa nf Aunio Poiroah, oged olgbt yonra, caught Hie wblle playing arouud a flro snmo boya had built on a skating p.iud at Ashley, Penn, She was ,0 badly burued that ahe die,! two hours later. Clarence E. 0, ivealtliy business man ot Po milted sulcble by shooting himself. Ho loavoa n wifo an.l s.ju. Mr. Caso was forty. live yeara old. Kale, tbo oldost borse In Massachuselts, la dead. The animal was Iblrtv.llvo yenra ¦lid. It belonged M William H. Warren, the blacksuiiib, of Webster. A lolllug alono cause,! tho .lenth of Hou,cr I'.i.'r, of Fraukllu, I'onu, Ho was bunting rabblta unl coruoro.l nua In a >lono pile. Locking '..r buuuy be dls. lodged a stoue. It fell on the trigger ot llla shotgun aud the churge of shot pene. trated Peter's brain. Wllh their six chlldron, Iwouly-two graudchlldrou aud twenty.nine groat- graudohiidrou around thom, Mr. ami Mrs. SuuiucI Villi, of Slioll,yvllle, Iod., have Just celebrate,1 the ...Ixiy.iiliilb aniilvcraury nf their wedding. 11 waa announce,! tbat O. P. Ibinllngton would e^labllab a alcol plnnt nt Noivjiort Newa, Vn., lu ,'oi,juucll<,n wllh tbu ship. y,ir,l there. Tbo Clinmber of Commerco of NewVork City decided to ask Congress for an In. crease in thu forco of nrtlilerynieu at tbe const defence forta. Hy a vote of 17'.,. 2 the Cllv C.iuncll ol Torre Haute, lud., |.a»s...l a r.'aolutl.in ox- pro.saliig aympatbv Willi ll," Ho,.rs an.l bop. Ing that thuy well siic..ei. I lu tb., wai wllhlinglam!. Foreign. The inlluonr.a s.'ourge Is raging In Eng. laud. its..rlgln laa mysiory. Pillow-amt- blnnkel irealmcut la in..sl cfToclual lu nine .ul of to France Insalans tbsn l|e,| I .>l>en Iloor" Negn.Iiill.,.! be n.,g..llatl..us l.etwe.-i te. and Kuiopeau P.wors 1 U.alUleuaU.e ..f 11,.- --.,pe„ .iays. snuud. •ure. Ibirly-Ii a i-auiioii hail .(Uaitev houri teutll of a .CCC t a me.lium teuiperi- .' BB,! ..nehall htvnrs; iwenlyone an.l three- l.cl.t, a I..tie ..ver one. au.l eieciricity paat iug cTci a copptr wire a .ittl* aadax wB*-t*8ti. ol a tf s«ai. bulk ..f au estate ostiipale.l i,t .5.110,10.10, I. give cbarily. The ...,,1 ,,,,1.1- ,1 r..al e-taie val,i.-t al *;1 iK'ii (HK. aud ».'.. l.Wi.,10., .v.. nb .'I |er-..u,.l |r |. rtv. (ileal Itrllain llejr. I. M>..lla'lnn. King l,eop.,|.l. a...-..r.link- t . tb" br-,"-!. .-¦-rre.p .ndent . f Tb" I'allv Mni,. .-f L n bin , recently It.iJire.l .if yuc«u Victoria wheiher au opi...rluu- m..iner,i f. r iiie.lu. Uou ha.l arrlvod. bul re.-elv- I a r-ply in Inune Ilortor KUi. lnil,l. Dr.... W. Appleby. f..r fevertl year. ft,, .eallng pbysb-iau 1.1 Br.stow, Ilutle, I'un.v, lowa. In a fll ..f lu.ariltv. klilel » 1,11,1 ..f Hei.ry Wearl-i, .fM«mpI..n while making aii examiuuli..n ol 11 1:, Dr Ulbson « .,al -e tn tUal .ity. The l.alv wa- l-u m-mtb- .11. Aiib-l.v l-.-iar*.! l!,.-i: .. ..1 bal I.keu i:,e .-.Il.d n.e Insane c.,:,, „,l.sl..u wa. l-,.u.e.i,vie.y .-al.ed, .and Ap. l.....y was itkenio ih* h.j.i.liai for .asun lu l«de(nfndeuce. rolamblan ll.b.l. Take Iwn Town.. paniplaaa anl 11 ucarax.i.ga .,tij.>-jt 1' ueni ¦pas nbg I.. lb., agency of I V now to ro».,rt ,t . •,e .leMlilte |,.,[,.. ..Jl.l.Ug, nnlliiue, T.,,, Klll.d al n Tnrkey Ktioollng. .1,0 Cllc.l : News has boen re..etved Bl Jackson, Ky. ug lo I „r a llgbt .,u l.o.l Creek, sixteen mile. ir' lu from Jackson, at a turkey .hooting -tage Jerry No' le au.l Jn-k N..ble .,n oue sble, u.-ue.l I nml Jim I'aluler So'.lo and Irvine Kugato lual. tu ex. I.k- Cleii. 1,1.1 rl., .. err .r .ir uji».iu.>r-4i|u.|i<.g lu llie la.-t ,.UiuH-" ..f i;.U i-uinrtuiIT ueg. tial|..n. 11.,tb Jbu N . lorry N-.t.!.' » nge.l uu.l »b..t lu II. ugate klli.'J 111 ll. 1 I |> Au.lrallan Kallioada. yiemof Wo.teru A'.siraiia |. .heport Alrar.oln Unav. -fhe .seualo ( .i,nmitl«e .,n Privilege, ai Kte.'Iiou. at Wasblngt.ju vote.! i to a 11, »i..r liin 'he apiiolntmonl ..f Il.el. .Iran -eating ..f (Jiity minority nl V. rop'.ri ending Ibo lecided upou by lhe L.aTlas C-ap For Aitmlral l>ewrr. A tllver loving .-up made fr-.m 70,n(X) dimes was pre. ntod to A-lml-al l.eiyey at Wash.ngton, lu aecepiiug 11 Admirnl liewey .aid tbat Ihe ple».ai,le.t lliiug about It wa. Ul" laci thai the ..;iiidr»n .1 ihee,:,iiiitry were largely repre.ei.iel In Ihe ,^vl"g. 1 u- gfall.ode ..f i.i- I.ll- l.u-.. pl-a »I hi: le uearly six leel in beigi.1. Rrtenn. Froui Ihe ¦'billppla... The aggregate roceil.ts at the port* tbe Pbiapplaa Islands for tbn y-ar 1> "were »5 l.i,-«« T.-," receipt, for II u-oath cl C..'tob.i «... tUll MS, ul nbl <tll,**7 ware ctliaaiad at Uaalia. Havana-. F.ver Raeord. .The yellow fever siaH.II •• tor Havana, Cuba, lor ln'.i-J. while u..i alarming, show 1 .....oel'i'islvely thai Ibe ngi.l against Ihe dl*. ea.e u noi >et Knn. Tl.e repori for l.e- ceml«r sbow. Sew .-a.e- T-J, dea-lii. 'ri. ro overe.l m. unlet ires-,neu.. ih (.; (be patients. It w-r. A-,.eri.-uo» and M Span.ard-. ^u of lue |. rnier .ll-d aud trn -,l tbe latter. Ltj.ert. hul.l lb.it the ditterenca iu tbe rat,, -it .laalhs vriu duoK Ihe use of a,.-...b'j,. IS eme to Ibn rellof of oihlbl. tore at the Paris Lx|i.)sll|.,u by ugrooing lo suspend lbo,lutl,.s Imp.,sod upon n,!v.rtlt- lug ,natter l,n|,.,rt.,d lul.) tbo .lountry. TboBrnzlllau warship Tlra.lentes sallo.l for Amana, lu the territory of (luyana, lu dispute betweeu Frauco ami Ilraxll, whoro : serious trouble la <,xi,cctn.l to o.icur. Formor Judgo John 11, Stallo, of cin¬ einuati, former .Minister In Italy, who had llve.l lu tiiat countrv In roceut years at ; Florence, dlo,! at Rome, I Tho Venozunlau (lovorr.menl haa Issued a decree levying au extra duly un flour, buiter and rl.-e. Al a cost of $2 inn.OOO Ihe Clly of Bir- niliigiiam, tnglaml, has b.iugbt from a prf. vale Corp..rati.,n tbo cltya supply of oloo. irlelty, I Tho British aelze.l tho Corman sleamer Ocnerul nl A.lei,, nu.l ca,npcilu,l the ship lo ,Uscl,nrge l,,.r ,'nrg.,; tbo solzuro has In- I lenslllc.l 11,0 autl.Hrlllab fooliug lu Oer. many. i It Is announced In Berlin lhat IhaGorman - Emperor un.l Kiuprosswlll vlsll Kome next April, ufler whlc'i tboy will go to Egypt on tho Imperial yacht HohouEollern. Twelve hunlrod lusalnu natives attacked Ihe Flamaiit French a'-lenllllc expniition In tlm TIdlkelt district, Algeria. Tho Franoh wero reluf.ir.-e.l by the Hpalils and repulied the unlives, llfty of wb.-jii weio killed and sixty.four captured. Tb, made submission. Tbe Freneb High Court, nt I'nris, ton- ence.l MM. l)er.,ule.l.. nnd Ibiff..! au.l the Mnr.iuls d.. I.ur Saloces to ten year.'ban. Ishiu.iit; M. (iuerlu to ten years'coMllno- uient in a fortlll.'d pla'e. Tho Vienna correspondent of tbe Stand- ar.l, of London, learns that tho Cr.ar look tbo oppnrtuiilly r.-.,ently of assuring tho Brltlsb Au,l.,.s.a,lor that Englanl need not fear Itusalau Intervention. Ihe heyenth British Army DIviajon be gan leaving Euglaml for South Africa. The Iiey. Mr. Brooks, of the Church Mit¬ siouary Society, baa beou murdered al Ping.Vlu, In lhe Province of Shan-Tung, China. HIgmar Mol.rlng, editor of the comic pa¬ per Ilk, of Berlin, (lermauy. haa beer s..uten-.e.! tu nix months- Inii.risonmeQt for insulting tb-Catbollc .-burch lu aj.oen; ei,,ltle.! -The (owardly A-t ..f llennos.-' A detachment ..f tbc Wesl ludla Itegl- .nent fc.,i.,ri.d) einblirked ut Kingston, Jamaica, to reinforce the Bermuda garrl- I.enmirk will uot ent.r Info oegoHa. lions f.r lb- .aie of tbe Danisli Wesl Iu dlis I., tbe Lulled Slate, until au act tball have be.-n pai.ei bv Congreaa entbllugtbt r.,r.-hate to be made. -n.o gueen of England bss aeeapted tbt service, of twelve i.aualloua of mllllla fol foreign ttatlons. seren 'jI theae are at- signed to South Afrleu. Extra precaullont have beon adopted by tbo military authcritios ui Dublin, Ira- laud. The constabulary hts beeu fully PMe..over.-' There ware lhr.*a principal feasts ol Ihe Jews. Tho PaaaoTei lu Apill. tbo Pentecost near lbs Itist of .lune, and the feaat ot Ihe TalierDaelea la October. All .uales ..ver twelvo yeart of ago were requited lo alleud tbese teasu unl.-ss tbey bad a legiilmalo excute, Tb* at tendance ol women was not raqaltad, ' but bsd been rcommendo.!. Tbe Paaaorei ex,euded through a whole week, aadwiu ..f a mosi joylul cliaractor, lu comnemora- Mon ol thl. .leparture ot (be llebtem froa ll.e innd .>< Etfypt, au.l ol the preservation of Iholr llrsi-boru wbeu the tlrst-bora ot the Egyptians were slain, Tho namo ea. pr....... the ili'sign of lhe celebration, I'he destroying angel "passed over" the Hebrews. ii. "Twelvo years nbl ' At the age ol In-olve a Jewisli buy becaiua '-a son o( tha law," nud cime under tbe ohllgallo;i of ylng ail its pre.-epis. Including atland- anc at the I'assovei. ll Is | r.ibablo lhat till, was the Ural time.lhat Jesus bad beaa In loruaalem at Ibla toast. 1! "Ha.l lulllllodthedaya." Clghtdaya lu all. one the Piiasover, andaevou Ibadavt of uuleaveuod brea.l. -Tarried beblad." Luko nolther lells us lhat Jesua remain*! behind at Jeruauleui uointuutloDally, nor that J( soph and Mury iu.l sight ol Iltm through wont of nec.-ssarycaro, Aclrouai. nance muat have b.-ea omitted; nnd wa may safely suppose that Joseph aod Uary i'lncd Ihelr eider fellow.travelert la Ih* persuasion that Jesus, who knew ol tha time aud place of dopartuni. wot anoag tho youugcr ones, riie mors Mary waa n.-customeil Intrust to Hit obedlaaoa and wls.l.,,n, tl.e lesa necessary would It L-* al¬ ways lo walch niin. An Involuntarf ml*. take, of whatever kind It might be, aepa- 1 r.f. I the Child from the parentt. 44. "Iu the company," The'people trav. eb.,1 In .'aravane, Jesua evidenlly bad b*** allowed a more than usual nmoaat of liberty of acll.in as a Child by pareoU (Th* bad never knowu lllm to Irantartaa thall commandments ur be gullly ol a tlatal ot foolish deed, lti, "After three days." One day for ll,olrdep,irture, one day fer tbelr rature, aud onu for the search. "In tha taiopla.'' Probably lu ouo of the porches of Iba eonrt ef tbe womeu, where tbo scboolt of lh* rabbis were bob!. "SItllug lu thomld*t 0» Ib* d.iotora." Teachets of the law, Jewiah rabbla. Au Itislructive incident, as show, iug bow early tho Lord begau to diaulair the inqurlng nnd critical spirit wblah afterwards bora such precious fralt* ot knowledge and wisdom. It iippean than were no lets tbau three Btte.ubll«* ot th* doctors, who bnd aptrtmentt la th* temple, ^u thete ll wat customary to pra- |.,)8e doubts conceruiug the meanlna at Ibe precepts oflhe law, and the tradltlont ..f the oldera. which was generally doa* by way of qui'stlon, 47. ' A.lonlshe.1." The Oreek word ll rory forcible, Thn lm|.ort Is, that they were In a trnusport of aslonlsbmani, aad 'truck with admiration, "At Hit under- .lauding.- Ho lirought with Hlm a clear ledge of (lod-s word In whtoh, ao rersed from earllaat years, fhey never heard ono to youBg, ..or iudeed Ibelr greatest dootora, talk sense atlbe rale Ho did. Ue gavo than ¦ taste of ilia divine wisdom aud knowl- . edge, 45. "Havo sought Thee sorrowl**," I Being not only troubled that ws lost Tbea, but vexed al ourselves for not taklaa mnro caro of Thee, Tbo word bero raadarod »orrnwlng la expreasive of the most raok- I iug anguish, I 411, "Howls 11 that yesought He." Thti I Is uo reproacsful nuotilon. It Is aaked In I ull lhe aimpllclly and boidneat of holr I cliiblhood. Ho Is appareully attaalabail llml Heshould hnvo bueu lougbl, or even I bought of, anywhere else, than In tbe placu which Ile fell tn be properly Hit home, "Wist," Kuow. "About my ; Falhers business." See n, V. In my Father's house uunoceasarlly iinrrowi lh* lulneaa of the ex|,r..a8lon. Bailer; In Ilia things or alTalra .>f my Fatber, la that whl.'h belongs to Ills honor aud glory. ,111. "I'udoraloo,r uot." Tbey did oot vpl .luderetnud His inistlou. Hit Bnt rcordoil ullorauco Is loo deep for Ibem. I.'sus was a mystery tu Hit parentt, and 11.. baa been n mystery to tha world ever slu.'c. Ills birth. His growth aud develop. monl, Ihe Irutha Hotiiuglit and the HIa Bn llveil disclosing both thu human and illvino ualurea-aro nil I.,o great for out 'u,i,p|-el,e„alan, Clirlat can only ba known vs the Spirit raveala Hlin unto us. lilt .liuplosi IV..rd. nud llluatrnllont come to us irelghto,! .b.wn wllh a deplb ot mam- lug Ibnl the naiural mind cannot fathom. I'.'opln rejecl b.'.-auao they du not undar- .tund Hlui, sn.l thev fall lo undarttabd l,o,-a„£o thoy cbise iholr oyes and will uot aee. .'.I "Wenl.lownwill.ll.em." 11 bitbeart .irew him to the temple, tho voice of duly ralle I hhn l.nck lu OalUeei and, perfeel even 1.' childhood, he yielded implicit oba- dlouc* lo Ibia voice, Vuu do uot read ul suy ambition lu Jeaua Cbrlal tu be Ind*- poiideut; you do uol flnl hlin reinonitral. lug or luurii.iiring against the restrains of ti.oue, nnd boglunlug lo reutlnd hlratelloi ntliers that the llmu had com. for tall- nianagemenl and selfuoncerD. Lat tbt V..uth nf lo.day i-onslder this well, "Wav Mil.je.'t Iliil.l them," Tliero It something won.lerful beyond measure In Ihe Iboughl of Ilnu unto whom all Ibiogt nre iubjael subiiilttlng l.l earthly pareuts. No such houor was over done to augelt a* waa uow .lone to Joaepb and Mury. "In bar haarl.'- Eipecllng thai hereafter tbc» would ba ai- plalueil lo her and ahe would know now le make useof Ihem, That wbloh at Bnt ll so dark that we kuow not what to maka ol II may aftorward bn.-niue plain and easy, hi. "Jesut Increased lu wlidom and Itst- ure.-' lu the perlni'ilou of His dlvinaaalur* ¦ there .-oubl be uo lueretto, but thla la sp.>kau nf HIa human nature. Hit bodyta. rroase.l tn siuluro, and Hia soul In wltdOB tlld in ull tha euduwineuiB of a burna* spirit. Hn ,'ouftue,l llbnsalt ttrictly lo ra. Ilgiou. lu this ,leparl.nent, unllka all otbera. He was abaob.lely original aadla- dope„,lont. He tnugbt the world a* ona wb,, ba.l learne.1 uothlng from It and was an.Isr no nbllgalbiu to il. and wllh aa aulborlly whb'h cat, uever be paaiad by wllh ludUToreuc. TKiiciiiMus-Jasut was onus a eblld, 10 itaa*. He can l.e tli* children's Mavlour, hav¬ ing paiaed through ail lbelrexperl*ne****d leniptatlous, yet without alu, Chlldr*a should be early trained to as lnt*r*at aad partlclpallou In lhe greal rellgloua diova- menls nud meeting, of their cbi^tob. fa- reutt should kuow wbara tbelr oblldraa ara . and what Ibey are doing. Tboaawboar* liboul tbelr Father's busioett will dMIfht I* gntnthelrFuiher'. houte, Oreal Iralhaar*. ..ften not fully undnrsiood at flrat, hat, kepi in tha heart, thair true maaalagh^ applications will unfol.l. True rallgloa if - pleating to (lud aud attractlva lo maa. ' LYNCHING RECORO Of 18ft. rha Nnmbar of rer.ont Ptl la Daatk M lh* Lowaat aine* l**a. Tbe work of lyocbert. notwilhjrtaiidlat •ome Instan-iea " ...-..-.- Icrgla, Louisiana of apeclal barbarity la a and Kentucky, huda- ,sed during Iwid, bnlng much SBall*i ,n In any vear tlnen and loclndtag IiM. ere wete 107 persons lynched durtas tb* Tbe fullowing flgurei tbow tba BUBbai .,1 lynching, through a lerlat ol JAAItt isaii, 1H4; issfi, 198; 1SK7. iiii IMS, MS;ItW, 17fi; isgo, 127; 1H91, Itt, ISH. tSt; IMI, M*! )s'.4. IIHI; IHM. 171| 1S96, l»l; IWT, IUl lsi,s. ia7,and ImVi, 107. Tbe lynching! lo Ibe raHoni Matas**d Terrltnrlea wera at followt; ai*b*aa, d! arkanaai, 11; Florida. 6; (ieorgla, W; Kaa- •SB. 3; Norlh Carolina, H; Froo'yivaala, il Kouth Carolina, 1; Teooeaaae, 4l T*X**, Sf Kentucky, 8; I.oult.ana. 19; Mliabialppl. Ut Mlsfourl, »; Virginia, I; Waal VlrglahK i; Oklahoma, I. Of iheaa ivncbtngs 103 necurrai la tb* South ami 4 in the N'.>rtb. 01 th* total S4 were negroes aud liS while., Tba all*a*d '-rl.nes for wbleb Ibey w.re lynched WW* a. follows: Murder, 45; coinplleily la mar der, 11; assault, 17, bad reputallo*. k; as- sou, .;. ra.-e preju.llce. A; robberv. Sl aa. known offence. 4; aiding erlmlnala loaa. cape. 3, suapeeied artuu. I: Inflaamatory 'ai,gu«ge. 1; no ..fTence alleged, 1; mla- taken Idoullty. I; h,*hway robbery. It ar- >ou and nurder I ¦M ¦irairarl'a Gi.rk Die*. Tbomat Kit*, the old pariah elarfc ol Bbskeapnare't cbureb. Htralford, Saalaad, has <|ulckly followed tbacuatodlaa ofAaa* HaiBaway'. cottage lo lh* grava.'-Ha waa oil,ety.on* yeara of age. and teoeaadad hi* father and grandfather bait a eaotary ago, j and waa weil known lo all dramati* .eicrliles. Among tho.* wbom k* eos- I .Inctrd to Kbake.peare'a tomb War* all Wnller Scoll, WaabingioD Irriog, Dlckaaa, K,i,er.ou, Ikviih, Kean aad Nathaalal " thorne. Canarta'a Pariiam.nf Mr.t. ObI . tbat tha Domlbla.1 Parliamant -• ' I bi t'uaa*a*d i* a**t ea toAnoty 1 T.ie Cbilean 'I ivernmonl propo.-. to de. Ti.io ilio .urplu. reveuue, ti.tijO.OOO. lo publb- work.. Tho Burgoina.(er ol K ..tterlam, Holland refu.e. to allow a Irausvaal play to U , produced, at It 1. ..f a nalur. wbleb would I !»••«¦«Ca«*«"»»«i«n lie regarded as intoltlLg by lb* Engllah. I Tha pareautag* of "arraalad An Imperial -did Ja.t Isauod al Pekln. I p*lm<>»ary dlaaas* la Iba Ml (•bl.a, .iff... ,. reward tnr Ibe caidar*. Uoepllal for Coijumpil.«a Ik th* d.ad or allr*. ot Ib. rtformat Kwaaf fa 'i,"*"^',''S**^.f "« •« Wat whe Bad i» aaarlas. •* "• •»d_p*f**ala«* •! pr*vii«a.l jmOAAi, i29«
|Title||Nassau County Review 19000112|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19000112|
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OEOaOK A. MOTT, . LAWYBR, I Oaatt at,—ssaeh a( BrMhljm,It. T. Cily "aailliaii. tyabronh, QMana Co., N. T, "flLyabtaok," "SWA Brooklyn ."
B. A. DORLON,
Midi Vallaws' Black,
r Cbarrh, FBEEPOBT.
JOHN P. WRIQHT, OBXBBAL AUCTIOXEER,
PRBBTORT, U U
1^ VUlajfe Avenue,
KOCKVILLB CBNTRe, L. I.
Drownml la tba Mohawk. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Dana Oreene. of bchenao lady, ware drowned wblle skating on tb Hobawk River. Mr. and Hra. Oreene wer latt Been alive at S.SO o'clock, wben several tmall boys who passed thom on the ice beard Mrs. Oreene suggest to ber husband lhat thay go further down tbe river toward Freeman's Bridge. About 6.45 o'clock a namber of men wbo were at work In an Icehouse near tbe bridge heard a series of •oreams proceeding from a point where an Immense eut, some 300 teet deep and extending from shore to shore, bad beeu made by lbs Ion men. Two men Imm edlu. Iely not out In a small boat, and after a short time the body ot Mrs, Greene wa. found. She was still alive, altboagh un. conscious, and (he body waa taken to the shore, whore every effort was .Bade to re- aatollate ber. but sbe tTio-i a few momeuis later. It was not known nnlll after au boor later that Mr. Oreene was with hli wife at the time of the fatalily. Several large searching nartles at ou's begau to look for him. Tbey were not rowardo.l uo. tl! nearly three bours later, when the body wat found a short d lslan,-o Irom the spot wbere Mrs, Oreene was picke.l up. The body of Mrs, Oreene was considerably mSDKlad by tba Icebooks tuat were used lu the attempt to bring ber within reach of the boat In whioh were the rescuers. Mr. Oreene wat tbe ganeral manager and one of the Vice-Presidents of the Oeneral Ele.-. trie Company, ths works aud general of. does of which are located In Houtnocln.ly
Monndar). (.Ina In Uispate,
Edward H. Litchfleld, of Brooklyn, has utt begun an aollon In (he Supreme Courl evolving ths accuracy of the boundary Ilne between Fraukllu and Ha,a!llon couu- ties. This suit, If ho wins It, wiil add to bis game preserve In tbe southweitorn part of Franklin County belween six thouaand and seven tbousand acres of heavily tim¬ bered wild land, and will benaflt A, A, Low, of Brooklyn, whoso game preserve Is In Ihe sontbeastern part of St, Lawrence County, and, like Mr. LItcblleld's, on tbe border of tbe Hamilton line, to a similar exlent. Among otber novel and Interest¬ ing features tbat may be brought oul lu tbe snir. It thu old story that Totleu and Oroeslleld, wbo obtained the original grant now comprisiug Ha,ulltou, Saratoga, War¬ ren and otber bounties, got the crown sur¬ veyors royally drunk on the day tbey set out lo survey tbe northern line ot tbe grant, Bnd Induced tbem to place It moro than a mile furiher north than It sbo,ild have been. tIr. Litchfleld Is an exnci man, und at tbore uever has beon any fence ou tbe oid Totleu nod Crossfleld norllieru boundary, nor the boundary betweeo Ham¬ ilton and Franklin counties, he wlil press the salt In order to establish the line sc. cording to the original stipulation. It be oan do tbtt, be will bring the couthern bonndarjrol Franklin County, for Its eutire length, a mile aud a halt to tbo south.
Now tbst tbe cbarge la won,
Sleep in tbe narr.. ff .....l; Now It la set of sun.
Sleep till the (rump of OoJ. Uleep.
Fame is a bugle call
Blown past a crumbling wall;
Battles are clear forgnl.
Captains an.l towus are not: Bleep shall nutlasl them all. Kleep.
-Llzotte WoodTorth Ilocse,
* , 8
I From thp Enemy's Line^
jr By lohn Walksr Harr,nEtcn. '^
K D I) \ " WIL
KlSf*, tlie Ker geant, was lyinf» .,11 his brenst l.c- liiuil a heap ni earth listeniuK to tbe zip of M«n.-ier hullels uver liia haM. The Hpaii- isb picket line
vinceil that 'he e-as hiding a grea, S(,ir..w. There were linea in the classical forebea.l ivhich showed thai the young wi.maii waa m.iro w,,rriod aho,It lh,;>o slie hal loft hehiu.l than .aho w,,nl,l tell even the g.vmpatheli.' sergeant.
Sergeant Wilkina na he walke,l along felt a violent at lack of jealoiis.v.
"Your Bweelhearl, perhaps.'" he snggesteil.
The girl shook her hen,!.
".\lap, senor. " she saiil, 'not so. If it were b feiv .vears ago 1 could truslfullv answer ves "
The aerucnnt was very sorry, hnt at last they rcaohe.l the rear. The young ivoiuaii aul her mc.lUer wi-i ,; taken iinilcr theprutocli'in of a hrauch of the Uel Cr.i.ss. I'ho sergeant re¬ malne.l near theni a.' loug as he coul.I nnd then rela..-Uully starte 1 Lack to the (runt.
"Perhaps we ehall meel again," sail! tho girl, just befuro he weul
^milPPINF DF^S'TF (IH'^^^*^"^^^^^^°'^^°''^^^^ i^^^^ *^^^° ^° ^'^^'"'"^ ^"^ ^^^^ epitomized.ithe s\bb-vtii school!
— - 'Fhe Legislature Convenes »nd Rc-
Sena'-r Bevcridge's Ar^umi^nt Fcr ' cives th<. Governors Messagn. Holding the Archipelaeo.
THE REPLY OF SENATOR HOAR.
ISl.ur! l(e|ily-IJa.,l< II al Otis en.l A.l.i.irat Pre
"Yon give ine great hope," replie.l Todily Wilkins. "If f can over he uf aervice to yun, no niatler where you may be, yon must let me jfuivw,''.,
'i'he girl smiled ami ani,l that she' woulil never furget hitu'. The yonng sergeant luncteil his oJ!p '«nd with waa sheitored l.y „„e last lingering glance he went his a group of t,i-«e» ivay. He was ao pre occupied on tho not far awsy, and ucctsionally a j-yay that Iho Roldiera with him ex guerilla sharpthootur Kent a meaaago , change.l sly winks an.l aaanme.I e\ of defiance from tho high l.r.iuchea, | presaions inteuiled to be e.vcee.liugly
The Sergeant belonged tu a Xow Jove lorn, York regiment which had hniried to Sergeant Theodore AVilkins found the front almoat boforo Congresa had little timo that night to think ot the
In Spite of rnnanal Ill.burseinent., Ihe
State naa the Createst Casii
Balance In Its History.
Tbkstox, N. j. (-ispc'lal-i.-Thc One Hun- ¦trod and Twontv-fourtli New .lersey I.egls. lalurw convened al .1 o-,.lock Tuesday afteruoou. Tho corridors, galleries aud (iiinrs of botb Houses were crowded, and there was a profuse llor,;l .Usplny, The Iwo Houses organized by Ibe electlou of the officers re.-ntly .leclle.l upon by tbe Kepublican caucau.es. Senator Johnson, of Bergen, lakiug tho chair lu tbe Ppper ade a short s.
Congress Calls on Secrelary '¦' 'liv Tri'.^siirv Fit IiifirniAlifii.
W..,-Hisoi<.N. |i. I', iS|...cial,. n," House of Representatives adopted ll,c Sub !or resolution after It ha.l b-en m.. Illi.'.l I he Wnys aud M'ans ('ommltteo. calling . Secrelary Ciage (or Bit lufurinullou legar- ug the deposit .)f (lovornment fuu.ls i ¦ertnln New York National banks. T,
Davis. .Military Oover¬ nor of Poerio Illco aud Prigadler-Ovneral Wilsou. Ibo Mllliarv Commander of the I ,,bau provln.' s ,,t Matan^.as and Santa ,-lara. called «t the War l.opartmeot and I.., I a coufereo..e will, secretary Koot re- .pcctlug c.)u.!lt|.)us in Cuba aud Puerto
iNTE,RNATION,\L LESSON COMMENTS IOR JANUARY 14,
l-nhlerl: The tliiM
l.uke li„ M_M
.le.n. VI.II. Jarata. dl-,v-i-Gohl.n I»xli inory Vera... «••$«_ -
f the Treasury, con- | liel act. has ruled that ivo are entitled t.. half
W.tHlNoio:,-. D. C. (Special-,..-The im rnrtant debate which Is cx| e.-tel lo tali pla.-e In the Senate ou llio qiio.silon of oa pnusfon was opeii.-.l 'I-ticiav l.y Scnato. Bevcrldge, ot In.llaua. Tbo no.,v ltepul,li:-t "•'"'f"'" '<"¦ 'I''' h'-uor. Ass.
' , ., , .^ ' ! Jones, of Essex. So.'akor of tbo .„..
can .Senator from In.llaua Is the youngest ,!,„ tUanked tho membera at that bodv. meraher of the bo.ly, an.l Ibl. was bis nrst ! After the two houses bn.l ben orgauli •peecb, Theae fa.-'ls nu.l Ihe knowledge | the nnuuni m.'.saago of (invcru.ir F.ister .' . ., ,,,^_ ,.,..„, ,. . ' Voorheoa was rend, (loyeruor Voorh
lhat tbo .,uestlou bad been made a subject , ^,i,, „„„„„„„ ,„ „,,. f,„.t ,i,at the state of apeclal study by I,l„i lu tl.e Pbilippine was ..ut of