Nassau County Review 19021205
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^4: ^u§§nn Hetotoe m/tmmx.mi oorcxcM. civz: ckfti-m A FAMILT NEWSPAPER OF LOCAL AND GBXKRAL IXTBLLIOBXC'B. at Tliait SLM TBABLT IA AtrtttM a VIII. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER o, 1902. NO. 6. m \J ( GRADUAL DECLINE. This is the fate of sufferers from Kidney trouble, as the disease is so insiduous that often people nave serious Kidney trouble without Icnowing the real cause of their illness, M diseased kidneys allow the impurities to stay in the system and attack the other organs. This accounts for the many different symptoms of Kidney Disease. You begin to feel better at once when taking FOLEY'S KIDNE.Y CURE as it ttimulates the heart, increases the circulation and invigorates the whole system. It strength¬ ens the urinary organs and gives you new life and vigor. ^.^^ gj^e, ^ ^ents and si.oo. FoLBV & Co., Chicago, JuKB nth, 1902. GbI(TLEIIB|i;.—About a year ago my health began to (ail, I lost flesh ,ind never fclt well. The doctor thouphtl had stomach and liver Cubic, but i became convinced that my kidneys were the cause of my ill health and commenced taking fii)/v'» A^WnV Care. It ireased my appetite and made me feel stronger, and the annoying symptoms disappeared, I am now sound and well, J. K. HoR.s, 1354 Uivcrscy Blvd., Chicago, For 5ale at Thomas Johnston's Drug Store, Freeport, N. Y. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE He Devotes Much Attention to thc Trust Problem, and Urges Congress to 1^ Remedy Any Evils. AflAJNST CBANGES IN TBE TARIFF POLICY Advocates Reciprocity, Wants Duly on Anthracite Coal Romoved, Urges an Elastic Currency System, a Proper Immigration Law, Harmony Between Capital and Labor, the Creation of a Soare'tary of Commerce and a General Staff For the Army, I. A. Oorlon BONDED AUCTIONEBR Fraayart, H. T. JBenjamin D. Iloman BUILDER bt&wta* rsralahad •mat •¦• acfiaKN place. •¦¦•¦¦¦•I ractaaar, l. i. Longenecker Bros. OCNTISTS Mt r«llM mtrotA, arMldyii at miNST. uair t mnnn •uiioiit rngp. Owal. aa Wrtaaadayi aad Frldar rr«aita.ai, lotp. m. WH. A. X«Ba>aiCB*a. D. D. ¦., Xaawar W. J. Steele, M. D. PHY5ICIAN AND SURQEON BtajamvKt, 1.1. MioabatBtiltata. m. 11 to t aad • to T p.'bl oaea, RaiTltoa Araaoa ¦aMkHwia TalaphoBaOaU, Na. If Baldwia WILUAM H. POST rIai.T. PoatABoa Choioe Groceries riour and Feed MAIN STRCCT, rmttpom ¦trtt tf L. 1.1. ¦., fl»^ Mtdtll «IMM ao VKARS' . BXRSRISROC Patent PATENTS Tn«a.Muki,'i. ^aAaSRow&oo. MTINT iAWrrilM, a«LI>RII<P». ¦Willi. %. Hi mmittmtmm SIDNEY H. SWEZEV COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW Review Bulldlna. Main Straat. rKBBPOKT Naw York offlce. ta Broadwar ManhatUn Mtair tl Itii •* ttti aid Miitiifi Telephone. Local 48 Freeport l«nB DUtaoce. S Freepori John P. Wright GENERAL AUCTIONEER Vreaporr, X, X Long Island Real Estate A SPECIALTY Send for doaoription blank and termi for aelUnft yoor property. No Charga tmleia aold. e. J, aiDHAN Room 1037 21 Park Row, N, Y. ANErHOTEL, The Garden City HOTEL, Garden City, LongliUnd, - M. Y. Open from April to Janoary. Facilitiei of the tieat for Lunch and Dinner Parties Free Charglnc SUtion for Automobile*. Large Ball Room, Exoellent Hniilc, UonkletR and LonK liland Road Maps free ou application, J. J. LANNIN, - Proprietor JOHN L. GEHNEROTH, CEI,KBKATBI> FRIEDCAKES, In Aiiorted Flavon, conniiting of VanlUt, Oranfe, Lsmon, Mace, Ac. Serrad in Boxea of One Doien at 10 Centa Eacb. Main St. and Saaman Avanua, it Freeport, L, I. Orders Taken and Delivered. K. K. CHAPMAN. Wholesile ud Retiil T.UMBET? Uhe KodaK. Ctrl THE SABBATH SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR DECEMBER 7. uttjB for yon to bny yonr supplies at home. The prico is tho name in city or conntry KODAKS FILMS Velox Solio S. F. PEARSALL Opposite Pout Offlce Freeport, N,Y STATE NEWS. FREEPORT, L. I. Telephona M-F. ROaCOE LITMBBK CO., Loaa lalaad Clly. N. T Telepbone*, I.V 4 k (trrenplont for Oooil Unnd., ati.SOO.OOO. St.ite Kiiitlncer Iliuid Iiiih JhrI Issued n cli'ciiliir Idler ndilr, sKed to llie Cliiilr- men of the Hoiinls of Siipervlsois of the Stnte, rallliii.' Id lliell' alteiitliin Ihe fnct thnt for the Ini,! Iliri-e .veins iiii nnnunl session ef tli,' SuiuTilsors' Hl«hw,'iy fiinvenlliin tins heeii held In Allmny, nnil tlmt n fmirtli will lie beld III .Tnnimry next. Mr. Itoiid nsks llie SiiiiiTvlsDi's 1,1 lulll!.' tills iiiiUlei' to the ntli'ntldii of tlii'lr vnrinus luuirds nnd Invlli' the niipiiintiiieiit nf nt lenst three di'li'irntes tn III,' cunvi'iilliiii. Iu Ills leller the ."^Inl,' Kn-liieer snys tlmt llle nils nf lli,' Lenlslaluie mav siirelv he tnken ns evldinii' of the feeliUK of the Iieople. lie points nut Ihal Ihe In- ernse In the npproprlntlniis fnr Rood londs from i;,",(l.(NKI hi ISIlS In the sum of STft'-MKH) Inst wliilir Is Ihe liest evi- •leiirp of the Rinwlli of the cnod roads Iniproveuient, He also states thnt In nddilion lo the reads nlrendy eom¬ pleted nnd Ihnse which nie now under cnnstiui'tliin the llnards nf Siipervls¬ urs thrniicliiiut till' Slate have ap- prnvi'd the jilans ami iipprnprliilii! mie- half nf Ih,' enst of almul '.'.An miles of innds, Tliesi' (nuiilles have thus prntn- Ised their nne h.ilf slinre of n srnnil Inlal of $2,sii(i,iK«i. 'III,. Sinle Is to pny llii> ntlier halt Iiv nil upprnpriallon, ns the LcKlslalure sees Ilt, mrt of rtinimnriere flerTT. As the ri'solr nf llii- ai'iiernsltr nt rniiiiiindnr,. KlliriilB,' T. ileiTV. nf New Y.irk City, the residi'iils nf Heiiil, Dela¬ ware t'limity. will have a new up lo- dnte npera honse. Hellil Is n favnrile summer resort nf many wi'altliy New. Ynrk resilient", iiiiinii!; thein ('oiiiiiio- dnre Oi'rry. Ili-nintnr,. lie has ilnnc nitiih f.ir til,' vlllai.',', l.nt recently, wlii'U the iiiii'..itiiiii nf an npera linnso iiiiih' np, he dilcniiliieil In dn slill lllnl','. 'I'liere Is an eleiin.ni nf rnmaiice In the sift of ('ninn;nil,iie lierry, fn;- li,« desires to link., this n la^llll•,• tc«tl- niiuilnl ef the happy, days lie spiiit years npo In 111,* villni,','. 'I'll,. npiT.I house will he laiiahl,' nf accnmninilHl- Ini: any crnuiH' thai visits the nrdlnnry ilii'Ults. and will serv,. tn Inns keep [ Ri'i'en In 111,. Ill, 111,iry nf lielhl resiileiiia I nml tlinse whn siiiiul Iln'ir vaiatlnns j tliere llie name of Cninnmil ,re lierry, nifle.t r«<(ini„f.r'I ¦ptttt. The will nf 111.. 1,11,. I!.i«well nenrds- I ley. nf Nnrlh Lniisiii'.'. 'Iniiipkliis ('nnn- j !y, whl) illrd reicnlly at the ace nf I nlnelvlhr,',. v,.iirs. alld whn at tli,. lime ' nf Ills death wns til,, nld. SI isislllinsli'r 111 111" l'l ll,il Siat'-s. Iiavlii- M.rv,"*! ciitlmnnisly f.'r se'i'iiiy four y,'ais I thri.iiu'li twenty adiiiiiilsirailnns, vias ! itdiiiitteil I.,, prni.at,, at Surmcale Al- I niy's nllice at It haea. The aifd pnst- inaster hail hein a iliriflv stnrekei'per as w,.ll as a f.ilthfnl en piny,, nf the i ";,>v,.nim,.nt, iiii.l at tli,- tiaie of Ills il'-iiii ha.l a,-,nniiilatid a fnrtitne of Misi inm The crester imrt nf lhis was left In trust to la- divhl.'.l Intn six pstts, the use nf live ,,f which wna to SO tn CH, h of lilt five .liildien nnd the lemaluini; i.i:,- sixth in tw,, ;;ran,l. hil¬ dren. Cnbjrrt: Bnlll and Naomi, Rutli 1., lO-ZH— Oolden Teat, Hom. xll,. 10—Memory Vertes. 16. 17—CommentarT on tlie Uar'e Le».on. 10. "And Ruth said." After Orpah h,id returne<l Naoini oKnin init tho test upon Ruth. Xaonii would have her know and realize fully the importance of her decision, ftnd urge upoa her to decide it for God. This also would help her lo contrast the difference lietween a heathen woman and an Israelite, The ijucstinn would then he settled Illlon the side of religion. It was homelana with its comfort* and fiimiliari- tics and idols, or it was a strani^e land, aniong strangers, in the Service of Israel's (iod. It was ft se|iaratii,n from all her for¬ mer life tn go with Naomi, "intreat me not to leave thee." Here came the answer from the heart. ..\t this great crisM in her life Knth kept close compnny*ivith one who serveil the tiod whom she now chose. She plead for the personal help and fellow¬ ship of Naomi. She desired that she would not refer to her idols, relatives and home, while she was in such a trying position. At once she decided on her associates,^n5 broke awav from every opposing influence, "Whither thou gocst I will go." Thns Huth ends the debate. Nothing; could he more decisive or brave than this; ehe seems to have had another spirit and another speech, now her sister was gone, and it is nn in¬ stance of the grace of (lod inclining the soul to the resolute choice of the better Iiart. Though to a couniry nnknown to tier nnd one of which she luul been trained In have a low o|iininn she would travel there with Naomi. "Where thou lodgest, 1 will lodge." Ity her Iirm resolutions ^shc declared her purpose tn he one with N'no- mi's people. Though N.iniiii was under af¬ fliction, Allll returning tn her nwn country in humilitv, Ruth was tirin in her purpose tn share in her lot. "Thy is-oplc shnll be my people." Thus she would renounce all her connections and pri,s[,e(.t8 in the land of Moab, and live according to all Ihc rules of Naomi's ]ieople in Canaan, ".\nd thv Cod mv <iod." I will adore the (iod of Isr.iel, the only living and true (ind, trust in ILm alone, serve llnn, and in every¬ thing iK^ruhd bv llim. 17. "Will I llie." liuth made Ihis her lifetime choice. "There will 1 be buried." N'ot desiring to have so much as her dead body carried l«(k to thc couniry of Moab, in token of auv remaining kindness for it. She w.iulil, bv this ohoice, desire to forget all relaii,in»liip with her own peni.le nr their religion. She was ready to make the change with all it meant, "The Lord do her sincerity in th' Washington, D. C. — President Roos*- i vclt'e message, w hab was read before the Senale and Honse of Representatives, is, in jisrl, as follows: ¦fo the .'senate and House of Representa¬ tives; We Btlll continue in a jieriod of unbound¬ ed prosperity. This prosperity is not the creature of law, but undoubtedly thc laws under which we work have been inslru- mental in creating the conditions which made it possible, and by unwise legiulatioq il would be easy enough lu deslroy it. There w-ill undoubted,y be periods nf de¬ pression. The wave will recede, but thc tide will advance. This nation is scaled on a continent flanked by two great oceans. Il is composed of men the descendants of pioneers, or, in a sense, pioneers them¬ selves; of men w-innowed out from among thc nations of the Old World by the en¬ ergy, boldness and love of adventure found in their own eager hearls. Such a nation, so placed, will surely w-rest success fruni forlune. But our people, the sons of the men of the Civil War, the sons nf the men who had iron in their blood, rejoice in tho pres¬ ent and face the future high of heart and resolute of will. Ours is not the creed nf the weakling and the yoward; ours is the gospel of hope and of Inumphant endeavor. We do not shrink from tne sU^gglo be¬ fore us. There are many problems for ns lo face al the outset of the twentieth cen¬ tury — grave problems abroad and still graver at home, but we know that we ran solve them and solve Ihcm well provided only that we bring to thc solution the ipialilles of head and heart which were shown by the' men who, in the days of W'ashinglon, founded this (iovernnient, and, in the davs of Lincoln, presorved it. President Koosevelt then cnlls allention to thc groat fortunes of the couniry, which, he says, have been won not by doing evjl, but as an incident to aclion whii-li has benefited the cninmunily as a whole In dwelling upon the evils whioh have .iiisen in the course of our industrial development he says that the evds are roal and some of them are menacing, but Ihey arc the outgrowth not of misery or deca¬ dence but of our prosperilv. 'lhis Indus, trial dcvcloi^nient must mil he ohcckoil, but side by side with it should go such progressive regulation as will dini'iiisb tbe evils. TRrSTS. In my message lo the present C.ongro8s at its lirsl session I discussed Hi lenglh Ihe question of the regulation of those big cor¬ porations commoiil.v doing an intorstale uusiness, often with some tendency to monopoly, whioh are popularly k trusts The experience of the past has emphasized, in mv opinion, thc il bililv of the 6le|is I then propo-ied llloioncy if indiviiliml i norgy lis is in no wise in- ¦ lo act in comhina- can nol so well be lual acting alone, A ivill/ation is the iu- ', but artilio matter Ruth c asked Ilim to i did not keep lr worda were nn lly thus calling fix a lasting oti to leave Ihii 'd (iod to nnd if she , Her lultipl le tn this s ancient fnrm nf an nalh. (iod to wilness she would igation upon herself never Il oame to pass, even aa N6. 1 BROWNIE, SOc. No. 2 BROWNIE, $1.60 The same prices as in the city Jark llo S. r. PEARSALL Opyilte thc ti*ttt Oflica FRKEPORT. N. \ ¦ g^Any alrertiirr can gei a ipaoe like this, an.l -h nw.. his ady. ex, tor fl p^ wwk, OS » rcaflj-coatncl. Copy i»io»! be in M >ii 1 ly iiiiriiii Na«Mn .(>unl) Wevicw r >t n-nrk. Miss N.'III,. '^.iiliy was ailai'ktd ft few uk'lits iigo a« -hr wfl« .il.iui tn en- tiT Iht hiime nt rir,i..nvl||e by a mnn wh I > llpiwl off oue ..r h. r lonir iMaldn nf hair Two iilgliis |ai,.r Hi., man se!:,',l Mra. Kl.>y,l \Vrii..iiili aiiiL .ift<r Bagtlns her, Psikiil In^n h. r face sml exelainied: "Vnu are nm tb. . ii.- ' H» then relesai-^l her ami tl«l. W ;i , n r,-- fu»i> lo ventnre nut st nlirht uius. .ried. ami men are nrganljilni: nalr,I par-ties lu till' hope nf , apiurlni the seouiul:, 1. Altata.y ^.al In Mal* TrlMsa. .Vit,.ri;ey .Inbn W Wartnuiu and Ms brnther V.'llliaui A Wsrininn. the I.it. t, r nf rhi;««1el|ili!H. ,Miiv|.'ie,| in tha l'nlted State. Conrl at Huffnlo of cin- plra, y In i-oiiiie, Unii with the Cnleman ,an,l Sherman baakniplcT ease, w, re Wutenn-,1, the former to el(thtfs>n months In .\nl,iirn prison aud to pny a • Bn* of $otsi. auJ ihe lalter to par a flne of fSTA thev deaire. for when Naoini in^came old •he lived with Ruth and llnaz and was the nurse of Iheir son Obed, Chan. 4r 15, 16. 18. "Then she left »i)eaking." There eonld be no room to doubt her sincerity and true motive. Her vow was convincing. Since Ruth's inirpnses roafhed hoyntid a mere impulse and family alTeolinn, Naomi was safe in allowing her lo faoe all the con- Bi.iiuenccs w-lth her. IB. "Thev two went" When tliev were both of the same min.l thoy oould w.-ilk lov inglv togeilier. When thov were pledged lo be true lo Ond thoy then cou.d tind abundance of lo\e for eaoh olher and fel¬ lowship s,i dear. The journey could be made with joy, evon though they keeiilv fclt their lots and bereavement in their wi.lowhond. "The oily w,is moved." It appears that. Naomi was not onlv w-ell known but highly respected nlso at' lli.tli- lehein: a proof that Klimeleoh was of high consideration in tlinl place, "Is this Nm¬ mi?" Her frien.ls had romembere.l her as Ihov last »aw hor. What tlicir sorrow ivas »t having In go into a hi'nthon counlrv ive do nnt reail, hut they eagerly mel her. The rhange whioh alHiciion had wrnught sur¬ prised Naomi's friends. They prnbal.A' were surprlM.I at hiT |i-,v,'rtv. sinie she ha.l left Caua.m 1., e«o.ipe Ihc famine. 20. "Call me Mara." Hor former name was fitting in hor former life, as Naomi mfans lioautiful, p'easant, swectnis". Now that affliolion had changed her lot Jl.ira, ine.-tiiing bilterncs, ivas a more suitable name. Thov ha'd knon-n her i-niing, happv an.l free from care, lly this rciuost m the change of her name Naomi showed her sub¬ mission to hor lonoh- lot, and alsn her pa¬ tient snint toward lh.>.e who ,„mmcnted upon hor air.iir.. "'Ihe Almightv bath dealt " She acknowledges the hand ,.f (iod. IL« mighly hand in the afflirtion. ll was dmv and her interest lo mbmir t.i Him. she had n.t ,li..s.ii the .iti;..i loi. She felt the biitoraess of her ;..ii,-;v liie and oir.-iitii«tanoes, yet her heart y,arned to serie Ilnu among His is'np'e, 2\. "Wont ojl full." Hiving a husband »n,l two .on.. Hit eup of jov w,i« full, "Hnme again emplv '¦ The Lor.l ,.paicd her hlo and enabled her t.. relurn. hul He had takon all hor familv. "Tcsiubd •gainst mo " Sinoe Ood hnd wrouuhl the rhange in her life, aororiling to liis wis¬ dom, «he «.,uld not ho'd t., the name that »ix>kc .oiitiarr lo His dialings. With ber affliolion thore was humilitv. tiod's r.id Df aHlicn.iii uas as Hi. v,...e. She humbly ron"i,lor<.I her ntHiolion n» coming from tbe l-.rd-« hand ui'..n I.or an.l her fnmilv for sin Perhaps she con.,.lered herself as fuil'v in nol having left M lab immedlatelv ou the death of her hu.baiid. Yrt we oon- tlude that .Naomi was re.eiving the l*nie- »hl» truils nf iiglil,on.ii,*», from her af Hiction. sin.e she he!,I her inlegnlv, and •on(ht a humble piaoe tmoug Ood's peo- p>, offering lu r hiiinbl,. o.infessi.in li thon, 2?. '-Kirlov harve.1 " fsuallv in the middle cf Afiil The fact ol il. h-ing bar- lev harvl¦^l Buggt-sied to Knth th.it she might go l.'rth to glean. This right nl gicaninc ws* .ine ,,i the lojcal provisions for the poor of Israel, and ai the land holdera w.re not .ubjon to monev tales for the «upi»>rt of the poor, this ,-laim was hlier- allv construed by th, m The part of the field lo whioh Knth «.,., provulcntially dl reeled bekinged to Vnt/, noar kinsman ol N.imi'. laie hu-baii.l The rerosmder . f ihr bo.->k nf Ruth tolls of her reward fir ihe <r,.,..e »he had m.ido. 1. She found a m, an.* ,.r «upiN,rting her molher inlaw. 3. she won ihe res^vcl and favor of the peo|..o „niong whom she hied 3 She gained a mo.l oioellenl hus^ tund and home. I. Kuiii hid the honor of inrhiJmg among her dewenlants thf crest king. David and Sol.imnn. an.l. above sll. ,Iesn. Ihe Christ Sti',1 wo are in U fareful nol lo confound '"Jf, ird rewards nth the real n-a ird of iirlue fundamental requ is a high Htnndnril and sxoellenoo, bul onnsistonl with |.ow tion for aims whi.l achieved by the indii fundamental ha«e nf violability nf property wise inooiisisl,.iil with to regulate the exori i. power? which it confers up of property, under the nan franchises, in suoh a wav ns misuse of those powers. snd especially oombinalini tions, should be managed under iiiihiio regulation. Experience has shown Ihnt undoi our syslem of governirtPent the neocs- fii'.rv supervision oan nnt he obtained bv State aclion. It must, therefore, be achieved by national action righl ¦ ho till if corporate prevent the iriiora linns. est degree by a change in the tariff, save as suoh change interfered with the general prosperitv of the couniry. The only rela¬ tion of the tariff to big corporations as a who,e IS that the taiiff ju.ikes iiSlmntnc tures profitable, and the tariff rcmsa\- proposed wnuld be in effecl simiilv tb make manufactures unproHlable. To »• move the tariff as a punitive mensure di¬ rected agniiuit Irusts would inevitably re¬ sult in ruin lo the weaker comiietitora who are struggling againsl them, tlur aim should lie not by unw-i.^c tariff changes to give foreign producu the advanlage over domestic products, but by projier regu¬ lation to give domestic competition a fair chance, and this end can not be reached by any tariff changes whioh ivould nlfect unfavorably all domestic competilors good and bad alike. The question of regulalion of the trusts stands apart from the iiues¬ lion of lariff revision. I'lesident Roosevelt then stales that one way in which the readjiistmonl sought i-an lie reached is by reciprooitv treatii's. He believes that such treaties ian be used to widen our markets nnd also lo secure in practical shape the lowering of duties when they are no longer needed for proliciion amung our own people, nr when the mini¬ mum ol damage done mny be disregnriled for the sake ot tae mammuin of good ac- comjilishod. Wherever the tariff conditions are suoh that a needed change caa not with advan- tag.' be mado by Ihe apphoalion of the re¬ ciprocity idoa, then it oan be made outright by a lowering of duties on a givon |irodiict. If possible surh oMnge should be made oaly after the fullest oonsidoration by prartlral experts, who should apnronrh the subject hom a business standpoint, having in view- both the particular inter¬ ests affcoted and the conimercial well- being of the people as a whnle. Thc ma¬ chinery for (iroviding such careful investi¬ gation can readily be supplied. The execu¬ tive doparlment bna already nl ita disposal methods of collecting facts and hgures, and li the (^ongress desires additional con- sidrralion to that which will be given the subject by 'Is own cnminillees, then a commission of business exporls can be ap¬ pointed, whose duly it should be to recom¬ mend action by thc Cnngress after a delih- erate and scientific examinatinn of the va- rinus schedules ns they are nffeoled by the changed and changing conditions. The unhurried and unliia.<cd report of this commission would show whnt oliangos should Ih' ma.le in the various solicduh's, and how,far these changes could go with¬ out also changing tbe great prosperity which this country is now enjoying, or up¬ eetting its fixed economic poluv. The oases in which the tariff can pro¬ duce a monopolv lire ao few- ns lo consli- tuie nn inoonsiderable factor in the quos- dependent nalion in .America need h.iif Ihe slightest lo.ir .it .iggre-um (r..ni thf Cnile.l Slalos, ll l.oh.i.ives e.ich one t,' maintain onler wiihiii it" own bor.lir* nn.l to disc harge it« ju-l obligations to f.ir eigners. When this i. ,luae tiiey oan nsl n.s>ureil that, in- thev stning or w,..ik. Ihev have nnthing to di-ea.l Irnn oiilMde inlor iorence. More and niore liio inorea.iing in tordeiiendence and coiiinlexitv ni iiiti-riis tional polilioal and c,«n.>mio rolali.m-. r.'n .lor It inrumWnl on all civih/cl and or- ilorlv powers to insist on the proper iiolic. mc of the v.irl.l, IWCIKIC CABI.K. During the fall of I9li| a communioalion was adilressed to thc Secrotarv of St.ito. asking wliether permission would be iiranteil bv the President lo a roriioralion t.l lav a cable from a pniut i»ii the (nlit.ti- nia coast to the Philippine Islands ly w:iv of Hawaii. Inasmuch as tho Congress ivas shortly to convene and Pnoifio oahle legislation had been thc lubjeol nf oonsidernlion bv the Congress lor severnl years, it seemcl to me wise to defer notion upon the appli oation nnlil the Congresj had first an op¬ porlunlly lo not. The Congress adjourned without laking anv arlion, leai-ing the niatter in cxnoily the same condition in which it stood when Ihe Congress con¬ vened The Presidont then relate, how, pending CiMigressional notion, the Commcroial Pa¬ citic Cable Coinpanv proceeded ivith pi-ep- arati.ms for laving its oahle. As the eom- the ons incident to t -e imiioaed, which prescribed her things a mnxiiniim rato for ll messages, and that the com- uld oonstriiot n line fr.iin the I Islands to China, there being al present. a« i. well known, ft Rrilish line from Manila to Hongkong. An allAmeri- oan line betw.'en our Pacific i-onst nnd the (^hinese enuiire, bv wav of Honolulu an.l the Philippme Islands.' is thus provi.Ird for, and is expeotod wilhin a fow monlhs to be ready for businoss. .\inoQg the oondilions is loic rcserviii,: the power of C.iiigress lo modilv nr repeal anv or all of them. I'OR'fO RICO. Of Porto Rioo it is onlv neeessarv to sav that the prnsiiority of Ihe island and th among rhilil ih whioh it bsa boci ' heen suoh as lo make it 5 nple of all that is best in stralion. no.I .suln'r" ad¬ il b( lot to do away *nlrarv. lho«e •liable dovelot. .sii. and the eff ie fuliie unless aould work lb. ¦ith th< of hiodorn induslriai 1 ilosti-ov them w.uild iiplisbed in wnvn that nost mischief lo tho mlire body politic. We oan do nothing of jnod in the way of regiilnting an.l super- rising these cnrpnrationa unlil wc fix clear¬ ly in our minds that we are not attacking ihe corporations, hut endeavoring to dn iway wilh any evil in lliem. We nre not Snstile lo them; we are merelv .letermined Ihat tbey shall be sn handled ns to silb- lerve the public gnod. We draw the line Igainst misonnduot, nol agnin.<t wonllh. The capitalist who, alone or in conjiinc. lion with the follows, performs some gro,it industrial feal bv whioh he wins inonev is I ivelldoer, not a wning doer, provided -inly ho works in I,roper am! Irgitiniate lines We wish to favnr suoh a man whon he does well. Wo wish In supcrviso and ¦nnlrol, his .loli.ms nnlv lo inovont him from doing ill. Publicilv can do nn harm to the bonest oorporation. and wo neod not he nvcrlendor abnut sparing the dis. honest corpo In rbing and regulating the of oapilal which nbina not to st.ip till have legiliiiyitel duolion. not to 111 enti-rpi the mlernalio strike ihiwn closing f.ll ton wage w.rkor ing Ihe fa oa ronil whi.h 1 the cn-t of liro- abandon the pla<-e whioh won m tlic le.iilorship of I industrial worhl, not to pallh Wllh the result of an.l mine., nf mining Ihe le in th he gro» dola In- markel fn np. tli< defen.e alike of ba.l in tho ovist fff.irt to obstrui inont, betravs bliii.lnoss to md. Ihe sliibboi good ,,lld llh.ll lem. the roiohl the sure s,ife. fore the ('.ingress than this of the regula lion ol inlorsta'e busines. This ooimtrv oan not afford to sit supine on llio plo'a that undor onr poru'.i.ir sislem of povorn. ment we are he'i.;,--. ,i, the prosonre of the new oondili.iis. an.l unable to grapple with thom or lo cut out whalever of pvil has anson in conned inn with tliom, TIio p..wor of Ihe t^ongros. to ropiilaie inter stal," commerce is .in al.<,.'iite -n-i I iin.ii.;il tied grant, nn.l w,th..r,t I,i,i,i iii„ns othor than thoso pn-s, llh, I l,v the ( onstitillion. The (^ongress has onnstiiulinnal authoritv lo i-i,il,e all law. no.ossarv -nud prn|».r f,„ n.l I found that a given rale of diity does pro¬ mote a monopoly which works ill, no pro- tertionist would object to suoh rodiiotion of the duty as would I'lpinlize oompctitinn. Presidont Knnsevelt di'olare. thai, in nr¬ der to prevent the recnrrenoo of financial stringencies whioh iiijuriouslv affect legiti¬ mate business, it is necessary that there should be nn element of elaslioitv in our monetary systoin. Ho believes that cur- reiiiy rirculalinii shnuld be so regulated that a suflicient supply shouhl bo alwavs avallnble fir the business interests of the counliy. He suggests that nil future legis¬ hilion on the subject should be wilh thc viow nf encouraging the n.ie of such inslru- nicntalilie, as will aiilomntically su|i|.ly every logitimalo demand of prodi'iotive iii- dustnos nnd of cnmmerco, not only in the amnunt. lint in Ihe oharaoter nf'ciroiiln- lioa. nnd nf making all kinds nf money in- torohangoablo. ,iiid. nt the will nf the holder, convertible intn the established gold stamlanl. He calls attention to the need of passing a propor immigration Inw, covering the points oiitlincti in his mossage i-.hioh was rond at the first session nf the present Congress. LAItOi; .\N» CAPITAL. The rohitions nf labor and oapilal is the ne.xl siibjeol dw-elt upnn bv Prosulont Ronsevolt. He deolarcs that this is an era of fi'deralion and combination. Aa busi ness men work through oorpnralions so it is often neoessnry for lalinring men lo wnrk in fedcralinns. and these have be¬ rome important factors nf modern indus¬ trial life. Opposition to eaoh kind nf nr- gani/alion should lake the form of nppo. sition lo whatever ia bad in the conduct nf uny given cor|iorfttion or union, but each must rofrain Irom arbitrary or tyrannous interference with the rights of oihers. Or ganized oapiul and ornanized labor alike should reniombor thai in the long run tho intorost of ea di must be brnughl inlo har¬ mony with the interest nf Ihc general Jiub¬ lic, and the con.luet nf eaoh must onnfnrin to the fundamental rules nf obi'dicnoe tc the low, of individual froo.Iom, and nf jus- tioe und fair dealing toward all. Kaoh should rnmember that in addition lo pnvier It must slrive alter the realization nl healthy, lofty and geiiernus ideals. Few people deserve bolter ni the country than th.is,. niirespntalive bolh of lapital und labor and thoro are many suoh- who wnrk ¦ oiiliiiunliy t.l bring about a gund undrr- nandiug of lhis kind, ba.cl upnn wisdom and upon broad un.l kin.llv sviiipathy bo iweon employors and emiilovoil The I'resident tbi-n eai-noslU hopes th.1t a Sooretiiry of Comnion e m,iy ho onatod with a seat in the Cabinel. lle as.sorts that the oreation of suoh a <leii:irlniotit woul.l in llsolf be an advance toward >l,.al ing Wllh and oxi-roising supoiv isioii mer -' hole Buhji.ct of the gre.it (orpora- PHILIPPINP ISLANDS. On .Tilly 4 last, on the IMih anniversftrj of the declaration of onr independenoo lioaoo nnd amnestv were promulgated in th.- Philippine Islands. .Some trouble has since from lime to time threalened with the Mohanimodan Moros, but ivilli the lale insurrectionary I-flipinos the war has entirely ceased. Civil govornmcnt has nnw been introdilocd. Nol onlv does each Filipino enjov such rights lo lije, liborlv and thc pursuit of hapiiiness as he bas nover befnre known during thc rocordcl history of the islands, bul the people laken as a whole nnw enjny a measure of self- government pronlcr than that granted lo any other Orientals by any foreign power, nn.l greater than that enjoyed by any olher Orientals undor thoir own govcrii- monls. save the .Ianii"».so alone. The Presidont maintains thtt no policy ever entered into by tlw ..\niorioan people has so vindicaled ilself. The triumph of our arms, laws and principles has oome sooner than wo had any right to expect. He praises the Armv and the civil author- itiosfor doing bettor work in the Philip¬ pine Islands than hns boen aooomplishod olsewhore m modorn timos. Large num- hors of Filipino, nre to bo ooiiimoii.lod for ohoorfullv accepting the now oo;iiliti.)iis. Only 15,000 troops remain in the islands. THK ARMY AND NAVY', The .'Vrmy has been reduced to the min¬ imum alloived by law. It is very sniall fnr Ihe sire of the nation, and most certainly should be kepi at the highest point of etli- oiency. .\ system of inaiieuvering our Army in bodies of some little size has been begun nnd should be steadily oonlinued. Tbe President urges that marksmanship should receive snecial nttontinn. that Iho general staff bill sh iiild he passod, and that an caicicnl militia svsloiu should lo adopted. For Hie first time in our history naval manoeuvers on a large si-ale are hoing hel.l under the immcdinle commnnd of the Admiral nf ihe Naw. C.inslanlly inorrns ing attention is being paid In the irnn- nerv nf the Navy, bul it is vel far from wbAl It should be. 1 enrnoslly urge that Hie increase asked fnr by the Soere¬ lary of Ihe Navy in the aiiprojirialion f.ir ng ll^ mark CHILD POISMmSOICIDE Woman Arrested at Dfxter, Me., Hangs Herself. VICTIMS' LIVES WERE INSURED battle llili'oiily shots that i shots Ihat llll, Iiore sluiuld bo no hall in lhi , prnviding 0 fl. A gnod n 11 is tho Sll Kaoh individual um the Tliore slu.uld b, buil.iing up the N. additionalfighling ml amy of ,,oa.-e, Kaoh individual unit of oir "/¦' Navy shouhl be the most ellioioiit of it- jMit kind as ri'ganis bnth malerial and |iersnii ^ nol that IS tn be found in the world I"' call your special allontinn In the nee.l of prmiding tnr the manning nf the ships. *""' with Ih en.l., whoh .|..ing i« rn thc () rouM I in VK- illdltllU l« in V tfip Ctujjtreiw nt Wllh Ur^'e j ¦rta.HcJ as ixj.! hhoultl IWITS. rifiKc night show the need 'rbo I'lesnlont slal les that he hope, soon IU vuomii lo the Senate a rociprnnti tnaty with Cuba, Oo May 20 lasl the I niled Statea kept its promise to the ish and by formally vacaliiig Cuban soil and turning Cuba over lo those wli.im hor own people had chosen as the tirsl oflirials of Iho new repulille. lle urges the a.loiilion .'f reoipro.sily with Culi.i t.i.t ,.n'l- I.,., .ni-o urmul ..„ .^orious trouble tli llo U.lter than we are^now doing ns re gards securing the servioes of a siiffioient numlier of lb" highest type of sailor men, >.f sea meohnnios. We need lOIKI adilitional officers in nnlor to properlv mnn lhi- slii|is now provideil for and uiidor oonstruotinn. Tho ohissos al the naval school at Aniiap<dis sliould I,,- greatly enlarged. Al the samo luno that we thus add the oflioora where we nee.l them w-e slnnild faoilitato the relireiueiit of those at the head of the list whose use¬ fulness hns becnine impaired. Promotion must lie fostered if thc serrioe is lo 'or kept efticient. TIIK PO.^TAL DKP.^RTMKNT, The sinking morose in the revenues of ihe Postolhoe Heparluienl shows clearly the priMiperily ol our people and the in¬ oreasing aolivity of the busini'ss of the oounlry. The I'noronsc for last year was illn,o|6.8.''s'I.H7. Kural free delivery is now a h.M-d poliov. Il IS juBlilied by results. It is a potential oiluoalional force, euhnnoes the laliie .li fniiii proporty nud makes farm life pleasantor and lo.,« isolalod 'I'be message urges liberal appr..].nations ior its extension. The I'lesidonl then urges the nooessily for nationally ai.lo.l irrigalinn, the need nf .iientlfi,. f.,rest pnilo.Iinn and iho ilos.ra- bility of prnt ' " Th. Acenled Mnnl.res. Also \% as Sns- pertrd of Haling Killed Urr Husband, Wlio Illed Two Year. .*«o—she Had rnrehased Foltannos Tlracs and <lava Tliem to Hrr Two Little Uauxhlan. Poller. Mo. -Mi-s. ITnllle L. Wlilllen, •wlm was aricsliil (liargcd wllh hnvii'K poisoned her iiiiic-venr ohl <lnui;htei, from nlioso funeral she had just ro- tunii'd, commuted suleiih' hy liausliiB from a bcdiiost wlillr in llin i-nstody of Depuly SlinrlfT Curl is. Her death ends a < nse which proni- Isml, from Ihn susphlnus held against Mrs. Whittou, 10 be as sensational as nny Imiulrod Into In Maine for a loug time, Mrs, Wbltleu was suspmle,! uol nnly of Imvluff causod llin iloalh of Ihe child Just hurled, but also that of her hushaiKl, who (lleil two yenrs ago, nuil that of au elder danghter, aged clevon, who died Sepleuiher HI Inst, llolh chil¬ dren died suddenly when .lust previous¬ ly lliev had npiiearcd to ho In the hest of health. The rhlhlieu wore liisuroil for JTiC) ami $S5 respocilvcly. Suspicion hnvlng Iieoii nrousod hy Ihc death of the younger girl Thursday tbp physlilans deeided tn hold nn au- Kipsy, The nnlopsy wns held while tho liod.v -vvns nt the lenictoiy nwalting lii- termotit. Traces of arspnie and strycli- nine were found. .Mrs, Whltlon's ar¬ rest fidlowed. Without delay a Coroner's Jury waa Impainded, and on ovdniico pi-(>sente(I It reported Ihat the girl's death wns due to poison ndmiulsU-red by tho niotlier. Since Mrs. Whltton'a death soirio of (hp evidence prcspnlod before Ihe Cor¬ oner's Jury has heen made puhlle. It was shown that shp houghl laudanum, arsenic and caslor oil the ilny iirlor to Ihc denth of one dnughter. In Septem¬ lier. ami siryehninp and arsenic on thrpp dnys of last week. The autopsy showed evidouees of poi¬ soning lu the stomaeh. Intesllues and lirain, varrnulliig the semllng of tlu'Bp parts to Professor Itnhlnsoii, of Itnwdnln Cnllnge, for analysis. Tlio stomach nnd Intestines from thp hody llf Hip elder ilnughtpr, which was ei- liuiiipd. wore nlso sent to Professor Itnliluson. Mrs. Wlilltpn -XN'as about forlyllve years of age, and camo liprp from Do¬ ver, this Staip, three months ago. An Incldiiit Just brought out Is thnt last Mnnday .tpniile. Ihen lu gond Imall ll, was Rolling small ivaros from liuiisp to house, stating thnt wllh thp proceeds slip Intended to purchnso her niother a Christnias prpseul, nnd nt the samp timp hor niotbor waa at thp drug storp purchasing poison, CHII.DltEN rolRONED. PEIinAPB. rarSBIl Arrested In CoanactloB TVIIh the Ilealh of Littla Danihtera. I'liila,Iplpbla, I'a.-Afler carrying on fnr a period nf Hoveral weeks au Invps- llgallnii llllo ||||. eaiisp of Ihp death of .\iinip Willlnms. aged iiluo yoars. and bor tlii'e(>-yoai-old sistpr. .Tosophlno. on Octolipr 'il and 'i'i, respectively, Iho po¬ ll.'e aiithiirltlos havo arroslod the par¬ ents of thp dpad rhllili'pn, Aiiulp nnd .fosophlnp dlpd of what Hip altpiidlng physician thinks wns poi¬ son, and so iintilli'd thp Cornupr, A (heiiilinl analysis tended to prove llip (Inctnr's llienry. It Is said Hip (lonil clilhlnn were Insured, tho older ono for ,$l L'l and tho younger child for |,'10. Williams and liU wife deny Ihat Ihpy lUse (if I 111. dcalli of tlio two ilreii. (HE GONGRESS IN SESSION Apnropfia<iot« ot $589,189,H2 Alk»l Fcr the Next Fiscal Ye«r. DECREASE IN ARMY EXPCNIES till vhatovci nlor till lan.ls b.iil.lor, and for lliii/n law, the roi simnld bo hold rigi.llv r, Iho settler who Iivo ol III, u.l bv every supremacy in the Irop- end that that this power has no anv legislati.m now oi Il IS oviilenl, therofon ive of oommoro,.il fr.- restraint upon natinnal rmnni within the regulative poa-er of gress. and lliat a wi.e an.l ria.n would be a nerossarv ami prnie of C.)ngr,'»nnnal authority lo ibo •uoh eviis sh'-.uhl !«• era.licsled. 1 lieliove ih.il mon..lioiirs, m criminations, «h.h i.revenl o ooni|*tilion, frau.lnlent overean and other evils i practices whioh injuriou.lv nlTe. H.ue ira.le oan Im- prevenle.l un.lcr tho power of the Congreaa lo "rerulate roii moroo with f.ireign nations and .imnagtho several Stales" through regulations and re,|iiirement»-..;ioratMig diro.iiv up"i •inh ( ui means tu foster i ¦ral lands and waters south of us, but Iriause we, of Ihe giant republic of th north, ahoul.I make all rair sml exhausted by j of the Amrr.oan Conlin foel Iha ihey will primil it we ..iirsoives disinterostcjly and effect.lo.'v their Iriend. ¦fhe Presi.lent savs that a convenlion with Oro.it lliitaiu has hen .on. in,Inl which will be ul mue l,iul boloio the Sen ale for ratiiioalinii. provi.hng for reoijuo- ,al Irad, arrangi-nuiil, brlweon the I'm tod Sl.ntos an.l Niwioundland nn sulislan Ually the luir. of the convention former;i cnit., ¦ lifati.li itions arn Kooaevelt de ._. ;>n of Ihe internatio 'Its at The Hague IS fr.uu win, h gro,it i of all il IS far beller. su, h a jiermaiienl lr • n.l thoM engaged therein ¦ reooipn»nd t ;i„n ,.f the C, r Plaiiie, • that tho III tribunal n event ol purpose. ngialulalioi the ,-on...loratlon ,.f view to the |.as>ago nt a ll. provi.ion. a'liI ,.fTo. lions, U|.in ahi.h the fin,illy •djii.h.ate.l thjl •4 tl the noi-ofcsiij of CO! menl If it prnved im pl:»h the purfsMes •bny, a laa. then, •ssiirel.'v, we ihnnk fr.ini amending the Con. .'lire tieyon.l |,era.lventu opori- be .llir Country ihat lhi ..., „„„ M.lito should have Iwen the hist tn use the good olfioes nf Tbe Hague oourl This mat dnnc last rummer wuh mntt aati.i'ar torv results in the r&se i-i a claim at issue )belii-e,.n us an.l our sister rrpiiblir ll la earnestly to he hn;*.| that tin. first cav II serie as • preceilent for ..'.her. in he I'nilel Slalo. but fnr. %huh noi ught Tho Pr er * the |.r (i..iene« at Th, 'ly provideil thsi 11 then til the antl trust TIIK TARIFF. propr#iti.,n .idvtvaied ii naatan tteed tlm IU Its Bat eif ill State, .lo smn V-11 mla>«. nquire lah to praolic* mr,L.-ino. I'lifi .re .^r- kaniaa, Colorado, Kentu. ky, U ohifaoj Ncbns.'u. Nevada, Souiii Dtkou aa<i To A aiaaisraaaia aat .siaat Some large anta have buili • n T not feet n oirouirirrence iDril. Birk, mf Ihr I on of the tariff as m bf.jin; , nd 'WO feet I Kiig.iud, j Aa OM .Tiaaa Cutav. Judfea iuve worn tht peculiar wifi tbe^ •OW wcarfrrtutcvtlx Ttigo of Cbulct 11 dirrot • 11 m tbrw HOBS. Wl lel.go miLT uld n.oa 1' altrm M,.,J c of tboae iw raise donbli tntinnal amend- i -i forth br auoh ' ..^.. ,,_ „ .„„. we sliinld rot iiuohmrrv alrea-i. ii •notion so Hafoe. Ihe Congress i,u w we shall buiid al n„ce if p'««ible, at I'aiuina The Atlnr'nevlVrn' oral rei^irU thai we oan umlniMrdly 1.0. quire g.in.l title from thr French I'anama oanal company Xegoiiaiiona are now r,endinf with Colombia to tecure ber as¬ srm tn our bunding the canal The aork fthould be carried nul ai. a rnntiaUinff po!- icy wiib'.ut regard to change of admin.•• tralion. snd 11 should br liegun un.tor oir ouinsUnrei whioh will makr 11 a msurr nl prile fnr aU «.liniui.l.'alion» to oontnue thr (Kilio.i The .anal will l« m great brnefil to .\mrrioa. and r.f iini oriaiK-e lo all the wnrld. Il Wl!! br of advaatage to ui ir lusiriallv aod alao as improving our jnii hren llie lean, of rearh- knh fall with. be ahoiiv moffeet'oo. oar efforl. tn ttirh a It tnr •baudonment 01 pt to do away wub f t..e laofeat corpoo •hould certain ng publl.. on 'lns I'an'l f Iho oapilal f these matters I oommerul th(lm lo the earnest consideration of the Congress, and if the Congress finds diiti .illty in deiiling with them fr.im lack nf tluu nugb knnwlodge of the subject, I rcc. .imniond thai pmvision be made for a com mission nf exports specially In iuvostignlc ami rcporl. Aflor (ailing thr ntloiition nf Congress t.l the need of wise legislation f.ir Alaskn Ihe Prcsulent treats of the Indians, and savs that nur aim ahoul.l be their ultimate absorption into the body of nur people I he first sto|, loward this is to loaoh Ihom to earn their living. Tho Prosulont th.-n dos,rilioi the rc- maikable agn. iillural proglo.s whioh ha. been made in all seolions of the oounlry under the •cienliftc aid that the IJcpari ment of Agrioullure has exlondcl tn llio iirmi'i;; |...pii:.ition. Iherehy sliowing thom li.,w nu.sl ilhoiontlv to help llienia,-),,. lie icininiiiondi that (ongress favorably 1.IISI.Irr tbe plans for the ini|ilnvement of the Smithsonian Institution and for pro- sorving the rc ord. of raos nf n,on and an¬ imals of llll ilinrnt that will sonn lie "Vhr I'resldent .iiggest. Ihe enaotmonl ni .0, Ml an.l oo„n..i.iu n.gislali..ii for the His- iriot nf Colun.bi,,, an.l whuh will mako Washington the model ,111 ,ii the onunlrv. Aft»r rrf, rring lo the oxiollont workings of the safety appliance la v l.r the protei ll.-n of the livo. and limb. ..( railway em¬ ployes the President urges that the print¬ ing' nf pjliho ill. uments be nil liown lo only what onntain- somtth;i.g nf pel rnii¬ nenl value C.nigress, lie declares, rnuld maUrialli out .|.,»n il. cu.loinary printing Oratifying pr.igTiws ha. Is'en ma.lo dur¬ ing the year m the extension of the merit svstem nf making •ppoinlments in 1I10 Onvrrnment srtiior. It should !«• exioiid- id bv law to Iho Dislrnt of Cnlumbia It 1. murh to he do.irrd that our cnn.ul.n system be r.tabli.lio.l by law on 11 basis providing for ap[iointment and promotion nnlv in ..onsequence of prnvol h}m:m^^^: Thr,ugh a wise provision nl lh?~r(,n- grras al it.i last sessiun the White llousr whiih, had become disfigured bv inooiigii; ..us fli.l'tifini and chanfr.. has now brrn lostored to Mhat It was planned lo Ijr by Washington. In inikiog the restorations tnr ntmont rare ha- been exeroise,l in oome aj near -,« pmsible lu Ihe early plans, and to .upi.lonionl ihrse plans bv a , iroiiil studv of suih hiiiMing. a. that nf the I'm ver-ilv nf \ .rginia. whioh * as built by .lrffor...o rhr Whitr Housr is thr prop, rrl, 1 the nation, •nd •.¦ far •• is o.,ni. latib'e with living Iberein it should lc l,r[,t aa It orifinally waa. for thr ume rea¬ son Ihal we key, M-iunt Vrrnon as it orifinallv w-a.. The stalely simplicily of :!• arf-hiiecture i. an r,Ti.rrs.;on of the • haracter of tho period in whuh it wat built and is in 401 onl m,:h tho fnttp.M-. ,f wa« drsigred to i,rrvr It i. a gnn-i tin-: to prrwrve turh build,nfi aa bislono nts which keep alivt our ttam ot DAMAGES ACAINST RUSSIA. Award of I'rofrsinr Aaaer on Ihe Ainer- Iran Hralrrs' Claims. lirusselN, Hil^'liiiii. -Cnlll.(lilor Asspr, of the liitiriiiitlniinl Court of Arliltrn- tlnii at The Hague, has lendorod his nward In the mnlter of the ilalui of the I'lilleil States against Russia for thp solsturn of .Xiuerlcan vesgels by Kusslnn wnrsblps 111 Horliig Soa, The Jiidg- niotit Is ent holy In fnvor of the L'nlted States, Ilr, Asser upprnlsps Iho dani- ngos In till' cnso of thp American schooner C, II. White at $:i-J,4-t4: In llie (-ase (if the .laiiios Ilauilltoii Lewis at jinH,,'i,sS; the Kalp and Anna nt flAHS, and tlip Cajie Horn Pigeon nt $3.S,75(I. Waslilnglon, D,('.—Tho splzuros wcrc maile in Alaskan walprs early In 1N!)I, ami It was not until .Soplonibor ti, IIKXI, Unit Russia aud tllp I'nitpd 8talpg ngii'oil lo urbltrntloii. Tho nggrogate of tllp (dalms as prosonlod liy the llnl- tod Slntes amniititoil lo almut f4.VI,IKKI, (llvldpil ns fnllnws: Capo Horn rigcmi. It.sii.-iKi. with liilirisl frmu Se|iloinlipr III, INUL', to llle (111 r nwanl: .laiiicH lliiinllinu Lpivls. including ulno yi.nrs' Inlerest, »|ns,IH!l; C, 11. While, t'iil'i.. IllH, liiiludliig liitorpsi, nnd Kutp and Annn fPll-ls. Mlrona I'ralrst Against Mormon Smoot. The Ministerial AlllaiKe nf Sail Lake, 1'tali. bus split out strong protests agnliiKt Ihe proposed pk'ptlon of Apos¬ tle Herd Smoot to lh# t'olted States Senate, Dankhobora Helllinc Uown. InfiirniRtlon from Yorklon. N, W, T., Is lo the pffeet thnt Iho Doukhohor pil¬ grims have hpiilod down slnop roturii- Ing lo Ihc villuge aud are purchailiig horsps, Vlllaaa Haak Bobbad. Pafp blowers mnde n successful rain on Hie Stale bank nt Stanford. III., und stole $.'|ISKI The Hilevps ps<'a|i«d. For Manler Twaaty-slfht Yeara Ago. Wllllnin II, Murphy, alias Howanl, was arresleil at Dnnlap, Tenn.. by an Illinnis pfncor. on a warrant cjiarglng liii;i witii the munler ul a man nnnieil Woiiilriiiiip, ut Wllllauisliurg, III.. Iwpii- ty-elghl years ago. Iloth Ihe Srnala and Iha Haa I.Ike a riawar flardaa at tka W>»al»B —Adjonioed ta Mrasorr mt Ika Hiai —Ths rrasldeai'a Mtaaaaa Raad—Itaay Bllla lalradarad. Wasliingloii. IV C. Conifrcia has r** assdiibhd for llie short trrni. Tba vending of rrrsideni Kooaevelt'a POro- sngp was (Icforred until th« a«cODd (lay. nfl "bolb houses had lost memben liy (lenlh, nnd li Is cnslotuary for ad- Journiueni to bo taken ont of r«apcct to tbp memory of the dind. The .Spuntr ai Iho hour of opcalBC presniiiod n gsy ploturp, for ths dtaka of nearly every Senator wpre coT»r«»l Willi lliiwpi's. Huge buurbps of roa**, t liiysauilioniunis and otber abowy llowers eovered half Ihr rhaiubcr puit addoil to tho liPHUly of tho B(^«he. aat (ilT, ns it was, by a gnllrry full of brlgjitly di'psspd wonion. .Vftor thp morning prayer Seaator Ilurrnns. of Mlohlgan, nnnounrcd the ilealh of Ills fonner oollpagup. Senatof McMillan, and the Senate adjourofd fnr 111;, (lay. Tli(. Ilnusi. also looked like a flower ! ardi'ii when tho Speaker railed It to- Kollior. "rnelo Joo" Cannon, wbo will bo tbp noxt Spenker of the Honae, fnund his desk litornlly swamped with linuiiuels, Thore was the naual crowd in Ihp gallorles. nnd Mn. RooaeTeM I'.nd .Miss Koosovpit -were apertatora. Tb' llouso waa only lu sesalon a very 1 hurt limp and adjourned In memory nf the lato Itoprt'spulatlve Cbarlea A. Kussell, of Connoollonl, -V uumlior of bills wore Introdaeed benring on the trust and tai'lB qoea- lions, , Wnshinglon, I). C.—The Serretarjr ot (he Treasury has trnnsniltted to Con¬ grpss thp cstluintoR of thp npprnprla- tlims roipiired for the (Jovernment aei» vipp for thp fiscal year piMlinn June 90, l!)i)t. TllP total nppropi'lallona aaked f(i4'_are ^Tm.llin,!!:*. whiph la $21,638.- ,'iTii less Ihau Ihp ostlinatea for IIMS. aud flllKridiiN less than the appro- liriatlniis for that year, Folloarlaf I* n rccnpltulathni of the psiluatei by il(|iartiiipiits, oPMis omitted: l.rslslnllvp $11,668.4811 Kxccuiivp smuo Stntp Iippnrtniont 2.(iT*,MB Treasury Deparlment ,,,, 1T2,S]3,R9n War lippnrtmoni l.tO.OM.aOS Navy Ih.parluient 84.720,708 liitorlnr Iloiiarlmeut llkH.OlS.OIfl rnslnlllce Deparlluoiit .,,. 10.8611,488 Iiopariniont of Agrlrulturo 8,660,180 Iiopnrtnionl of Labor 184,a0 Ilppartniput of Justice..,. 7,481.800 Total |:S8n.l8B,llS Kollnnliig are Hip principal Itema tui. dor Hip s.'vpral dopartinenta which show Incroasos or decreases aa com- pai'pil with Ihp npproprlatloua for Iba .vonr ending .luno .1(1, 1lin;<: Lcglslallvp—Salary nnd expenaea In- erciisp, Jl.'ll«,!»i:i, Kxpcullve propor-Snlarlea aod ex- pi'iisoH Incronso, »13,(X)0. Stale Iipparlnicnt — Korclgn Inler- coui'sc luri'pnse. $21L0(X), Treasury Dppnrliuent—rulillpworka, liicfpasp, ?7.00ii,(i(Kl: mUeelinneaus. In- iieiiBc, SlUkMMidd,' nistrlct of Colum¬ bia, lucionsp, $2,7(»n,000; (lermanent nuiitinl appropriations, dorrraae. fS,-' (KiiKXtn, War Oopartuient — Military eatab- llsliiiiput decrenxi. 914.ni)0,0(X); poblle Wnrks, dppreasp, $4,08,1.0(10, Nnvy Dopartincnt—Naval establlab- mem liici-easp, $0,(10(1.000, TEN BOILERS EXPLODE. KrecllBf llafaaiaa Around London. Lniiil.Ill's dpfeiiees ngnlnst attack In ensp nf wnr are being rushed. Power¬ ful liattorios are being mounted alnng the Thames and nt Iioints commandlus Ihe roads lo Iho soiilli coasl. Manv Klllad and lajurad at •wlfl • Oa.*a Chlcaao riaat. Chlcngo. - Kiiuriven jiersona wera killed find llilrly olhera were Injured, sniiip fatally, hy Hip slinultaneoua «I- Illusion of ton hullors In Swift ft Co.'a rofrlgpinllng plant. No. 3, a two-atary building, al the slork yards, I'lirls of the exploded hollera wera blnwn through Iho roof, and coullliUMl KHI ynrds or more In their fllgbl. Other frngiuputs tore out the frout of lb« building nud crashed Into a rar abad ncross Hip siroot, almost demollsbing Iho struelnro. Klro, which added bor- ror to Ihp disaster, waa quickly estln- gulslipil. and the work of rroculnf the liling uud reiuuvliig Ihe dead waa car¬ ried (111 hy hundreds of willing baada. Tbp rapidity Willi which Ibe reacnert ivnrked hi reuinvlug the debria waa '•¦ markable, TllO causo of Iho explosion la • mya- li'iy. The bullot's had not boen Inaperl- ed rcooiilly. Tho loss la esllmated at Sl.lll.lKK), Katilnslon KllU Threa. Kl llllin, (Illln Threo meu werekllled In a liullii' (.\pliisioii In n sawiulll at Algol'. A part nf llie hulldlng eol- liipsi'il nud the throe men were burled a I oiisldeinblo dlslaiu'p, Tbeir bodlei vii-vr terribly scalded ami mangled. Tha Colombian Mlalslar lleaalla^. . The nllt Innk for n Panama eanal maty was Iniproved by Ihe aclloii dt Ibo C'dniulilan (ioverniuent In rellcr- liig Sennr Coiichn ns Its Minlater In Washinglnii and plnoliig the Dcgolla- tinus III tlie hands of Itr. Ucrran, who v.ill probnlily be appointed Mlnlitcr. Kanlriioos of ifi Taari. llarvey Lugaii. the alleged Uonlana Irnln robber, was, ut Knoxville. Tenn.. glVeii ten seulences. aggregatlDg Utt... years. Home are lu he served roneur- ipiitly, thns reducing his time lo pri¬ son In I« only years. Iiobbrrs KIII a Baak Clark. Wesley Ueynolds, aged sixteen, em- lilnyed as clc'ik In Ihp bank at Weel- lllle, lnd., wus shot and killed by rob- Imis ivIin lnd brokeu Inlo the place mill IVI i-i. about lo blow i>|)en Ibe aafe. 1 II,. men escaped lu a stolen rig. If be mclbded in any proper •ciiame of r*f- tary pos.iion It will b« cf adrastac* to ' rontiouitr w,th ibr naiior. t ptd a.«tiM, wstild >»! U a4t«t«d ia tlM aligbt-, tkt cousuk* «: uofiui Aamitt. »» ia* ' TUEOOOUE BOCSICVELT, aborting Bravltiea. Direct Hal, '-'.9I'/,, by Direct, Is the Inruest purst.wfuuor of Ibp senson; to¬ lnl, $2'J.7(Si. CIncloliall has signed I'ltcber Jainoa .A. Wlggs, who played wilh the llcU-ua, .Mnnl., loam lasl season. Direclors of llie American Auloino- bib' Association have dpi-lded 011 a cru¬ sade favorlog a transcoutlnonlal high way. Vale defeated I'rincellu 12-.'. Iinr- vard beat Dsrtmnuili I'j- (I. and Ain- lierst tiouuicd Columbia '.it*—0 00 Hit gridiron. rrloceton .students claini thai un- fair ih'clslons by the uinr.lip coal Ibcni the football game wilb Vnle. Arthur K. Duffy's world's reeord o| fl ii-r, seconds fnr Ksi ynrds hns beer i,melally aceepteil by ihe Amat<'iir Aibleilc ['nlon at Ils annual sess.on. "Two-ball" billiards is the lalest Il> essential feature la ihst the cu,' sbnll rtr.'ee the object ball lo one or iiinri cuiblous, and theu thai the Ino sball meel again. An aglt&llon bas Ikou begun lo mod. Ify tbe Kuglisb polo rules lo ronforni lo Ihe rulea played la Ibe l'nlted tflatea. An Engllab team may rltit tbli coun¬ try is the rprlBC. Uh^m omtm Millloa ror a aras4>««. TllP »l,i«»0.(Ni(i olTir of Senator Clark, nf lllll lo, Mun, for IllO flrtt grandaoa has li.'eu won. The wife of bla aoa Ills priseuKil lllm nn belr, and tba niii'iiini will be paid, ll haa lieen the ll ai-,.iii wIsU of llu> Senalor. ' rromlnsBl faaplt. r/omlcr Halfour Is uot only a Bae iiiiisli'i.in. bni also a golfer aod an an- lOIIIolllllKl. Tbe Crown I'rince of Germany la a ileier ,-iui(iiiiiiblllst and uoderatanda bow to repair all accideats to tbe na- (bine. Tbe Slinll of forsla owua Ibe binMM (iianiond In tlio wnrld, while tbe Saltan of Turkey Is Iho jiosM>asur of Ibe larg- (sl rUoy. The (German Kmperor haa taken np a uciv iiobliy, lie Is very nioeb faaela- nted Jnst DOW wllh the tollectlag ol bonk plates. Prealdeni Itoosevell if tortj-totl years old. Lord Tenuyaon bas liern appolalad Oovernor Geueral of Aualralla for MM year. 'i'he Hon. Mnude Paourrfole. daagb- ler of Ihe late Krltlsb Amliassador. to eomplliuc brr falber'a papers for pm. Iirallon lu memoir fonii. Nothing I'liuld prove laore deartar the eouiplrle realoratloa of Ktac tH ward to health and ati;ragtb tiMl ttt \itit to Ibe NewMarket racea. ,. Heualer relloa, ot >hiNl. tttmmm' Ibe aecret of JoBCtrtly u kt: Wlib . He tari tboae wka gtittiiitAt ttmt . ttxiyhtmmtlmhtmtmtthm -, ., I.T&t,'... ¦»!»»¦-.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19021205|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19021205|
m/tmmx.mi oorcxcM. civz: ckfti-m
A FAMILT NEWSPAPER OF LOCAL AND GBXKRAL IXTBLLIOBXC'B.
Tliait SLM TBABLT IA AtrtttM
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER o, 1902.
This is the fate of sufferers from Kidney trouble, as the disease is so insiduous that often people nave serious Kidney trouble without Icnowing the real cause of their illness, M diseased kidneys allow the impurities to stay in the system and attack the other organs. This accounts for the many different symptoms of Kidney Disease.
You begin to feel better at once when taking FOLEY'S KIDNE.Y CURE as it ttimulates the heart, increases the circulation and invigorates the whole system. It strength¬ ens the urinary organs and gives you new life and vigor. ^.^^ gj^e, ^ ^ents and si.oo.
FoLBV & Co., Chicago, JuKB nth, 1902.
GbI(TLEIIB|i;.—About a year ago my health began to (ail, I lost flesh ,ind never fclt well. The doctor thouphtl had stomach and liver
Cubic, but i became convinced that my kidneys were the cause of my ill health and commenced taking fii)/v'» A^WnV Care. It ireased my appetite and made me feel stronger, and the annoying symptoms disappeared, I am now sound and well,
J. K. HoR.s, 1354 Uivcrscy Blvd., Chicago,
For 5ale at Thomas Johnston's Drug Store, Freeport, N. Y.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
He Devotes Much Attention to thc Trust
Problem, and Urges Congress to 1^ Remedy Any Evils.
AflAJNST CBANGES IN TBE TARIFF POLICY
Advocates Reciprocity, Wants Duly on Anthracite Coal Romoved, Urges
an Elastic Currency System, a Proper Immigration Law, Harmony
Between Capital and Labor, the Creation of a Soare'tary of
Commerce and a General Staff For the Army,
I. A. Oorlon
Fraayart, H. T.
JBenjamin D. Iloman
•mat •¦• acfiaKN place. •¦¦•¦¦¦•I ractaaar, l. i.
OCNTISTS Mt r«llM mtrotA, arMldyii
miNST. uair t mnnn •uiioiit
rngp. Owal. aa Wrtaaadayi aad Frldar
rr«aita.ai, lotp. m. WH. A. X«Ba>aiCB*a. D. D. ¦., Xaawar
W. J. Steele, M. D.
PHY5ICIAN AND SURQEON BtajamvKt, 1.1.
MioabatBtiltata. m. 11 to t aad • to T p.'bl
oaea, RaiTltoa Araaoa ¦aMkHwia TalaphoBaOaU, Na. If Baldwia
WILUAM H. POST
Choioe Groceries riour and Feed
MAIN STRCCT, rmttpom ¦trtt tf L. 1.1. ¦., fl»^ Mtdtll «IMM
ao VKARS' . BXRSRISROC
In Aiiorted Flavon, conniiting of
VanlUt, Oranfe, Lsmon, Mace, Ac.
Serrad in Boxea of One Doien at 10 Centa Eacb.
Main St. and Saaman Avanua,
it Freeport, L, I.
Orders Taken and Delivered.
K. K. CHAPMAN. Wholesile ud Retiil
Uhe KodaK. Ctrl
THE SABBATH SCHOOL
INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR DECEMBER 7.
uttjB for yon to bny yonr supplies at
home. The prico is tho name in city or
S. F. PEARSALL
Opposite Pout Offlce Freeport, N,Y
FREEPORT, L. I.
ROaCOE LITMBBK CO.,
Loaa lalaad Clly. N. T
Telepbone*, I.V 4 k (trrenplont
for Oooil Unnd., ati.SOO.OOO. St.ite Kiiitlncer Iliuid Iiiih JhrI Issued n cli'ciiliir Idler ndilr, sKed to llie Cliiilr- men of the Hoiinls of Siipervlsois of the Stnte, rallliii.' Id lliell' alteiitliin Ihe fnct thnt for the Ini,! Iliri-e .veins iiii nnnunl session ef tli,' SuiuTilsors' Hl«hw,'iy fiinvenlliin tins heeii held In Allmny, nnil tlmt n fmirtli will lie beld III .Tnnimry next. Mr. Itoiid nsks llie SiiiiiTvlsDi's 1,1 lulll!.' tills iiiiUlei' to the ntli'ntldii of tlii'lr vnrinus luuirds nnd Invlli' the niipiiintiiieiit nf nt lenst three di'li'irntes tn III,' cunvi'iilliiii. Iu Ills leller the ."^Inl,' Kn-liieer snys tlmt llle nils nf lli,' Lenlslaluie mav siirelv he tnken ns evldinii' of the feeliUK of the Iieople. lie points nut Ihal Ihe In- ernse In the npproprlntlniis fnr Rood londs from i;,",(l.(NKI hi ISIlS In the sum of STft'-MKH) Inst wliilir Is Ihe liest evi- •leiirp of the Rinwlli of the cnod roads Iniproveuient, He also states thnt In nddilion lo the reads nlrendy eom¬ pleted nnd Ihnse which nie now under cnnstiui'tliin the llnards nf Siipervls¬ urs thrniicliiiut till' Slate have ap- prnvi'd the jilans ami iipprnprliilii! mie- half nf Ih,' enst of almul '.'.An miles of innds, Tliesi' (nuiilles have thus prntn- Ised their nne h.ilf slinre of n srnnil Inlal of $2,sii(i,iK«i. 'III,. Sinle Is to pny llii> ntlier halt Iiv nil upprnpriallon, ns the LcKlslalure sees Ilt,
mrt of rtinimnriere flerTT.
As the ri'solr nf llii- ai'iiernsltr nt rniiiiiindnr,. KlliriilB,' T. ileiTV. nf New Y.irk City, the residi'iils nf Heiiil, Dela¬ ware t'limity. will have a new up lo- dnte npera honse. Hellil Is n favnrile summer resort nf many wi'altliy New. Ynrk resilient", iiiiinii!; thein ('oiiiiiio- dnre Oi'rry. Ili-nintnr,. lie has ilnnc nitiih f.ir til,' vlllai.',', l.nt recently, wlii'U the iiiii'..itiiiii nf an npera linnso iiiiih' np, he dilcniiliieil In dn slill lllnl','. 'I'liere Is an eleiin.ni nf rnmaiice In the sift of ('ninn;nil,iie lierry, fn;- li,« desires to link., this n la^llll•,• tc«tl- niiuilnl ef the happy, days lie spiiit years npo In 111,* villni,','. 'I'll,. npiT.I house will he laiiahl,' nf accnmninilHl- Ini: any crnuiH' thai visits the nrdlnnry ilii'Ults. and will serv,. tn Inns keep [ Ri'i'en In 111,. Ill, 111,iry nf lielhl resiileiiia I nml tlinse whn siiiiul Iln'ir vaiatlnns j tliere llie name of Cninnmil ,re lierry,
nifle.t r«<(ini„f.r'I ¦ptttt.
The will nf 111.. 1,11,. I!.i«well nenrds- I ley. nf Nnrlh Lniisiii'.'. 'Iniiipkliis ('nnn- j !y, whl) illrd reicnlly at the ace nf I nlnelvlhr,',. v,.iirs. alld whn at tli,. lime ' nf Ills death wns til,, nld. SI isislllinsli'r 111 111" l'l ll,il Siat'-s. Iiavlii- M.rv,"*! ciitlmnnisly f.'r se'i'iiiy four y,'ais I thri.iiu'li twenty adiiiiiilsirailnns, vias ! itdiiiitteil I.,, prni.at,, at Surmcale Al- I niy's nllice at It haea. The aifd pnst- inaster hail hein a iliriflv stnrekei'per as w,.ll as a f.ilthfnl en piny,, nf the i ";,>v,.nim,.nt, iiii.l at tli,- tiaie of Ills il'-iiii ha.l a,-,nniiilatid a fnrtitne of Misi inm The crester imrt nf lhis was left In trust to la- divhl.'.l Intn six pstts, the use nf live ,,f which wna to SO tn CH, h of lilt five .liildien nnd the lemaluini; i.i:,- sixth in tw,, ;;ran,l. hil¬ dren.
Cnbjrrt: Bnlll and Naomi, Rutli 1., lO-ZH— Oolden Teat, Hom. xll,. 10—Memory Vertes. 16. 17—CommentarT on tlie Uar'e Le».on.
10. "And Ruth said." After Orpah h,id returne