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Ifa^latt $0tintij lletotoa caaBK=sK: MIMax.!:: COX>IldM. f 1 VJB CBiTtTbi VOLa VI. A Family newspaper of locai. and oknkral intklligenck. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 227 19o]7 TKKBI: aLIO TKAKLT IM AOTAIti MOa 21a WNtN WK DROP THE BROOM ANO weeoLE. WW» w» drap the broom and aacdlc and ^ _ ^iMMtK the falHaa leatrea , f Iph* tha bae, loog aletp that comea to aim ¦¦ taflrt eoma to comfort erenr aoul I'nik • JMnaae clear aa irriting on a f] I nVh%HS» that paaaed atray, theogh her Mt wete emit ol elty, iBon • kaan aa chaate aa gold, »¦—IP jfcewora the common yoke, every JUmjaSiaat, glad a'ad bold. •r* <«^wmia or diadain kept her free trm othan* pain, _Uh vm prieioa* to her, erery drop. Wir.tM aMnlooa complaint, for the ' ... •!%**« aeaadal faut, -Sm Hi MMr'tima to atop. tATiaa gtm^ hot atill her lace, like a aon- ^ >tmn>BW>ta the Dlaca, irr of her foot upon the ¦pon ibe brow, like a per- 1 a hoiiah. to ngSuig, moaning and PnMa tha iUent roieea call, and the daya •ad nara ahall tall, ta/t_ Ml, like the leatrea open the lea, 1 qieak anch worda of you —Oood Hooaekeeping. IT WU • plMMPt plac»-tlie old mOI where BiU CaatM llred with ber father, and wbere bla fatber had Uved before bliu. tor flfty VMIS tba tNM7 WbeeU had turned .n thalr placea, and moml^ig after mom- lag, aa boy and mao. Peter Canton kM Uatened to their music, nntll be Mt Bt If he conld nerer be content m Ura er die anywhere elie. It waa a loreljr landaeape. too, that JVM apread ont before hlm aa be foaktd <nH frem tbe mtU window, witb fNttjr Bita peeping orer bia ibonldefr. Ia tha t<qia-ot tbe elm treea life waa iMfbiDlBc to ftir. for It waa tbe flrat Mght .day In May; and down in tbe ¦hart, green graia. tbe toft wind .—RMpt ttoag witb murmu -Ing caresses. Sfhwe were' apple trees fnll of blusb- log Maom. and over tbem red-breoated roMia wore twittering. "Ah," aald Bita. witb a long, wish- lal brtath, "aball we not be bappy iWhaa It la all onr own? Tbose siciling koOowa and ilttle dreams of bills, tbat B>tf lane and tb« beautiful meadow, •¦4 beat of all, this dear old mill." .nVhat woald you do, cblld," said Ihe old miller, witbout turning his ktad, "If yon bad to glre It all np and fa h'way to a strange place?" "What do yon mean, imps? Surely Ihere la no sucb danger as tbat for Ml" aald Bita, opening wide ber blue arm Tha oU man elgbed wearily, as be tnrwtf away from tbe fair Undscape. "Papa, yon wonld net leare ttaia dear iMMhaT Why. if I were In the fairest «aidan te the world, I sBonld dream at tha old aiolie miu, bear the sound af oar langblns wafers, and die of !" "Bita, darling, you do not mean what gm aiyr* ^ "I do, indeed, papa. You are rcxed ahoot that uttle mortgage, aro you amr "Little, nitaf It Is a hundred nnd Ifty dollars, nnd flfty Is all I bave kaaa able to sare In tbese last two taata." "I knew It," retnmed Rita, with a Mght blnsb: "but, papa, only last •Ight OnsUre said be wonld liuy a ahart ta tbe mill, aud tben you ean gay the debt tbat so worries you!" "Whan you and Gustave marry—but IVhaa wlU tbat be?" "»ext snmmer. papa. He will have ¦0 iBoney until tben. But we can all ,walt a Uttle to be so ERppyr- Bita laagbed merrily, but old Peter jOaMOB gleaned "New. papa, aomething else troubles yon. tiet me share your secret, that Is doadlng your face In tbe midst of aU Ihia aaa ablning." "BHa," taid tbe old man, slowly, *>aa tore Qaaure dearly?" I "Sartly, papa, with the life of me." " "Aad yon could nerer glre hlm up la marry another?" "No, aot Wby. papa, trouble bas hewUdered yonr brain." "Taa, little Bita, I fear it is so. old ^oadtHotf. Wbo held this mortgage, ' la hla owa loss, for It was due two yaara ago. baa sold it to bis nephew, aad the yonng man demands It at aaee, wttb interest." "Not Bafe Vondeldorfr' exclaimed ¦Ha. with flaahlng eyea. "Tea, Bita: and he will make only aaa cmapromlae." "Wttt la Itr abe asked, wiib a agatkia of determination in ber blue kaaatiral eyes. "That yoa will consent to be hia WM*. my ehlld. Tben bo will nerer lioable me for tbe money. And, Hila. ka la coming to-night for bis snawor.' "Oh, papa!" sighed Rita, aoftly, I'is Mkara ao otber way to save you aucb "Ho la a rleh young man, and cau BiTt yoa a better home tbau Qualave aaa prerlde." "Wbat eare I for hia gold when he ao trae beart with it?" I "Bat be lorea yon. my child.'" "No! Be lorea ooly himself, and he Woald aot eren regard a sacred prom >¦» whea 1 abould l>e hla wife. Papa aorer wiab m* aucb a fate aa tbat!" . "Aa wbat, Uiaa Rita?' . It was Rafe Vondeldorf. wbo had atolea la npon theui unawares. wUo gat tbe qneation. "We were talking about leaviug our kaaw, Baf* Vondeldorf. Uo you know H wonld break my father's heart to kare tbe old plan-'r' , "Toa need not leavp it. uiaa Rita." "I am Mt aiieaking of in.T»elf. but of kiBu Bla peace of mlud la dearer to ¦a thaa aty own pleasure! A thousand HMOdearerr I "There la a way to ioaure It' "There amy be more ways than ooe." aha aaU, thooghtfally "Wby look further. Biu? You can gay yoar fathM-'a debt. If you wlU." "Did yoa kaow, when you came hii're, ¦a* Teadeldorf, ihat I had promised to bo OaaUre Peder's wife: ¦ "I—I bad beam auch a .ragMad, atamatering. "It It, aot nimor merely, but trutU' iWaald jitMi aiafce a iwrjurMi wntnan ytaar wif^r "I woaM do anylhing to wiu you, ¦Ma. Yoa sbaU pay me for tbe old rumor. "I hare ae money, said Rita, ctild- i|y. "Bat yoar dear liitle hand, fair ttlta Mttat ts ma wawi aa mid" I 'Aa good aa gold! vWhat pat tboa« worda into bia Witb! Uttle be knew, aa he stood ^glehiag ber dellrioua roung beauty with aagar eyea, at the traia of tbavght he had atartc«i: •g wUI yea gi<« ate la de Mir ahe aaked la a law rotrr. ^aa BMy eheaae yaar awa time. " U ram amram la -aa.' tha aiUI "Yon may go now, and a week from to-nlgbt I will give yon my anawer." Tbere was nothing pIr.' for him tn do, for Rita had turned her baok on him, and was leaning over her father witb a flushed but eager fare. He drew a flerce breath of desire, as he thought to himself what a treas¬ ure be would gain, and then turuiOR away, went down the "valtey out nf sight. Rita's heart was danclnir with in her, for sbe rpmeinb>red sbe liad whnt was ss good as gold, nnd timt with that treasure, sbe could buy ber fatber a full cup of Joy. The next day Rita was ral.islni; from tbe mill, and neltber hor father. Ouatare, nor Rafe Vondeldorf knew wbere to look for her. Just as tlie.v were preparing to search for her. Ouatare received a note, saying the wedding outfit was purebased. and be should be at the mill witb their uld pastor, tbe next night. "Onstare, she will marry Rafe. She la cruel to ask you to come!" Bnt Qnstave trusted tbe Kirl he lored, and so he waited patieutly for ber arrival. Jnst at dusk sbe came home, and after kissing her old fatber and put¬ ting In bis trembling baud a purse of gold, she turned to Gustave, who was watcbing her curiously. "Gustare, will you make me .vour wife to-night, and come to help father with tbe mill?" "Yea—but—take cat the little cap. Rita. It makes you look ro odd.'' "My little cap," laughed Rita. »^rhnt Is to be the badge of my wifehood. Onstare. You must learn to like It." Then Rita stood up with ber lover, and promised to be bis true and IovIur wife; ovec> tbem-the good old pastor stretched his banda in bleaaing. and tbe old father kissed thciu aud called tbem bis children. Then Rita took off her odd little cap and bnrst Into tears. "My glory Is gone, dear Gustave. Do you love me less?" "BltaP" screamed her father, "you hare sold your beautiful golden hair! The golden glory that wrapped you Uke a reil Is goue!" But Gustave held ber In ols strong arma and kissed her, and so she found courage to tell the story: How the old mercbant wbo had stopped at their house one uigbt, bad looked at her wonderful hair, and of¬ fered her two hundred and fifty dol¬ lnrs for It, telling ber that in nil his life be had not seeu sucb a treasure. "It Is as good as gold," he bad said, and wben Hafe had used tbe same words, accidentally, tbe tbought bad flaabed through her mind tbat eo she could redeem the dear home, nnd mar¬ ry hev Guatave. Rafe Vondeblorf was bliterly en¬ raged, wben be oauie for bis answer, to dnd Rita already a bride, and be took tbe money obtained in such n strange way, witb a very bad grace; bnt the tbree happy hearts lu the old mill minded his anger very little, for tbe debt was honestly paid, and Rita, dear, fair Rlfa, would never die uf homesickness.-Saturday Nigbt, SCIENTIFIC AND iNDUSTRIAU . The olive Is a comparatively recent fruit lu tbe llDited States, for. while It has been grown since tbe time of the early mission fathers lo California, It Is only witbin the past twenty .reaca Ihat it has become of commercial Im¬ portance. A new tea eompon.v. Influenced by Dr. Sbepard's success, has just bought 0000 acres of land In C!olletau County. S. C, inteudlug to raise tea for the market. The company paid $20,000 for tbe land, and will plant but 100 acres this season, as It is now ratber Inte to begin the preparation of tbe ground. Next year over 5000 acres will be planted, and the output is ex¬ pected to exceed 300,000 pounds. Near Rio Grande City, Texas, an Im¬ mense deposit of au unknown gaseous substance has been discovered. Pieces of It Ignite* quickly aud give out n strong flame. Which lasts for a re¬ markably long period. It Is said l>y scientists tbat the substance is either an unknown mineral or ordinary clay highly cbarged witb natural gas. In either caae the value of the deposit as fuel Is immense, as it covers many thousands of acres, and ts of immense depth. TERRIFIC COASTING FEAT THE HAZARDOUS UNDERTAKING OF TWO PROSPECTORS. Pala jWcGoir an.l "Vankrc Bill" Mnrpli; «lld Down an Irr-Craatril Mountain. tine In a ProApartor'a Pan an.l tlia Olhrr In a Mlnar-i Shotrl. It In diffirult to imagine a more dare¬ devil and thrilling adventure Ihan that nf two men sliding down a steep, ice- (lusted innnntaiu. one lu n prospeot- nr'.i pnn and the other on a miner's slinvel. Yet surh a liar-ardous undcr- liiklug wan arcnmpllshed the otlier d.i.v li.v Pele MKJfffT and "Yankee r.ill" Murphy, miners nnd prnspeolnrs in the .Sierra .Mailre Mnuutaius. -nhen the.v tlew lik- the wind down one side nf Hie ireelei, '.^ua-tslte Mountain, a disuuee of two miles with a deseeut of nhout thirt.v flve degrees, and land¬ ed In twenty-flve feet of snowdrift lu the fnrtyfnot chasm nf Cow Creek, a few miles west of (irnnd Eneanip- luent. Wyoining. Pete and "Y'nnkee Bill's" love of ad venture will hrook perils nf nny kind nnd at auy time fnr the pure love of sport—perils at whieh the tenderfoot wnuld stand aghast. Holh nre known fnr the chances they take with their lives. The greater the dnnger the ninre rendy they nre to ejiter into It. I'eculiar ".'usses" these Iwo rnugh miners, nnd It wns in Jesting wager simply that tliey raced dnwn tbin mouutalu. Pete in the pan nnd "Y'nn kee Bill" snunttlng on the shnvel. both llnlshiug with a record breaker and what might have been a neok breaker. They elinibed to the top of the peak over twn feet of snow on the dny of the adventure to wash out a decom¬ posed qunrtslte. which showed rusty iron ore. nnd which led them to believe would onrry gold. In the afternoon It turned off eold and froze a crust on the suow, so thnt the surface of the mountain resembled glass. It wns near sundown when the two meu finished prospecting nnd started to re¬ trace their way dnwn the mountain. The slippery loed snow Impeded Ihelr progress, making their journey slow and dangerous at best. Less thnn 100 feet down Pete Jest¬ ingly proposed to "Yankee Bill" that they slide down on the pnn nnd shovel. "I'll beat you dowu." said Pete, suit¬ ing the actiou to the word by getting Into the pan. "You oan't beat me." replied "Yan¬ kee Bill," at the same time siiuntllug dnwn nu his shovel, unmindful of the possible danger ahead. At tlrst both slid along In a jerky fashion, for they were obliged to push themselves along at time. ,''uddeuly, hnwever. the disient lieoauie much uinre abrniit. nud thetwouienlnunched Iuto ozone aud shot down with accel¬ erated speed like comets through space. The sensation they felt cau neither be described nor Imagined. They tore down the mountain side like an avalanche, ench boldiug on to bis metal sled with a viselike grip. A ujile was covered In apparently au iu¬ stnut. whon a ridge formation turned tbem off their course, and they flew still faster nt nu acute angle. "The forlyfnot chasm nf Cow (.'leeii was In¬ evitable, and before tbey had time to realize Its danger they had leaped over Its edge, cleared Cow Creek and. na If humau drills, bored the snow drift twenty-flve feet. When dug out Pete and "Ynnkeo Bill" did not exactly need the coroner, but there were not enougfi piasters and liulmeut in cnmp to sooth their bruises. They came up smiling, however, ench stoutly maintaining viotory. The shovel and pnn will be eihuined next spriug by nature.—Lo'jisvllle Courier- Journal. \ndrew Carnegie Endows a Fund For Superanuated and Disabled Men, HE RETIRES FROM BUSINESS LIFE ;trrl Mamnata. Itrrori Makaa Prnvlnlnn SIrfc nf Hla Fnm Aside ai.OOO.OOO Ilraililnrk. Hninm allhia Fnr F.iirnpa, ^r Ihr Aa<-<l an.l ' >Vnrkinrn — Srlt ir Ihf. t.lhrarlaa al Inlnrlilrsil an.l Iliiqnr.nr. Pittsburg. Penn.—Twn mniuiiiiiiin- linus frnui Andrew Cnrnegle. whirh nre nUloially mnde publie. lell of.jilie steel kiug's relireuienl frnni active business life, nnd of liis dnnniion nf f.-i.(KI0.00fi--Jl.riiiO,ilOii fnr the libraries nt Kraddork. Unniestend and nuqiies- ne and $-1.0iin.ii<Kl fnr the endnwuii.nt of a fuud fnr superanuated nnd dis¬ abled employes nf the Carnegie Com¬ pany. This benefnotinu Is by far the largest of the ninny gifts bv Mr- Car negle nnd is probably without a par allel anywhere lu the wnrld- In the letter wlileli annnunres his retireineut frnm biisIiieSH. addressed tn the iienple of Pittsburg. Mr. Cnruegie snys: ".\n npportunlty to retire from busi ness onme to iue unsought, wlileli I considered It my duty tn aocept. My resolve wns made In ynuili tn retire befnre old age. The fathers iu nlileii days taught that a mnn sbnuld linve time before the end of his eareer fnr MOROCCO MOST PAY OP STATE NEWS. The Cruiser New York Sent to En¬ force Our Demand. WANTAPOLOGY FOR DISCOURTESY In Me rral Harrla Thp I'nilp.l Htates ln<lamnll.T For Amrrlran Cllli (iranil Vlllrr to Ornaral Frnm S riiian,! 830.100 ai <lulra.Tra Aaalua' I — Thrrat of lli> ¦rvrni Our rnnaiil .:: thr Snitan. Washlnglnn. D, C. — I'niiid Stntes Consul (General iJuuimere lias again | been ordered to go frnm Tangier tn ! Fez nnd deninnd settlement nf tin mnuy olainis nf Ilm lulled Slates j ngnlnst the Sultnn nf .Mnrnoo. The nruinred orulser New Y'nrk. i Uenr Adniirnl llndger's flagsbip. is tn ' lake Ilim In Mnznrgnn and land hlin there nnd then onver the i it.v nf Tan gier with her guns uulil our ilaim.s nre sntlsfnotnrlly ndjusted. ; It tnnk Just suoli notlnii ns this tn oollert Ihe obilnis fnr llie dealh nf ; .Mnrous Ezagul. and the Stnte Di'imrl- 1 ment is onnvluced that only warships i can collect money frnni the Sultan nf ' .Mnrnoen. [ The I'nlted Slates hns nn aggregate , of nbnut J.ld.lKK) in claims due In lln | olilzeiis of the States whn hnve been : unjustly dealt wlih by the provluolal I if Ua The state Sennte. npnn hiiiring «f the de.ith nf fnrnier President Hnrrl¬ sou. ndnpteil the fnllnwing r.-solutlon offered by Senator Ellsworth: "Wherens. The sad informalinn Is conveyed In us of the death nf Oen¬ eral Benjamlu Hnrrlsnn. a fnriner President of the Cnited States; there- fnre — Resnlved. That the Senate of tho Slate nf .N'ew Y'ork expresses Its nppre- elntlnn of his grent worlh nnd pure chnracter in public nnd TTlvnte life. and extends to his family Its heartfelt .sympathy for ihelr Irreparable less. "Be It I'iirtli..r Kesolveil. That In liounr nf the deoeased nud In reeognl- liini nf his great abilily. his long and linnnr.ihle publio servloe tn the penple nr his own State and ibe Nnllon. the Sennte do now ndjouru " Similnr netion wns laken In Ihc As- seiublr. Coai ENGLAND'S NATIONAL DISH Now Jan Tbe Cniteil States Flsh Commission has presented to tbe Academy of Nat¬ ural Sciences a collection of fish from Porto Rico wblch contains examples of new genera and species recently made known to science by Prs. Jordan nnd Evermann in their monumental vol¬ ume on the "Klshes of North Amerl ca." This work comprises over 33,fl00 pages and nearly 40U plates. By ita compilation tbp autliors bave oertain¬ ly laid Icbthyoioglcal science nnder a deep debt of gratitude. Banana flour meal is prepared hy culling the fruit into suitable pieces. drying and grinding. It Is snid to have been used by natire InbabitaniH of tropical countries since early times. Recent ex|H>rlments show thnt the dried banana Is a more nutritious fnnd than Ibe fresh- It rontalns less protein than wbeat flour or rice, its nutritive value resting almost wholly In Its nl trogenous elements. Banana flour oan lie used In combination with milk, sit' gar. etc. in the preparation ot oustards. cakes and similar articles. A botanist iu Cermany ha:: been ex¬ amining the flowers nf Euinjic with ." view to diseiiveriiig whnt prolK.rtion of tbeui give nut a pleasant odor and wbat eifect eolnr has ou this point He fouud Ibat ouly 4^11 nut of taxxx kinds of flowers have a pleasant odur. nearly tbe others being nITenslve, Tbe sweetest are those with white ni ream-ooloriHl p«<tals and the uext sweetest, lu order, are the veUow, the red. tbe blue, and lam. tbe violet. XXui nf more tbau 300 vnrietlAs of the violet nnly thirtwn were fnuud to lie sweet. .Kx tbe Yale olwervalory an interest tng use bas been fouud for Ibe bicycle wheel By Htiing sncb a wheel with a s«>rler of opaque screens pl«r(..l ai regular lutervals and then rotating il, wilb the aid of a small motor, nt the rate of from thirty to fl.ty turns In a minute in frunt of the .uiuerns used to pbolograpb inet<-nrs. Ur Kik in ba^ iirceedert in measuring tbi' veloo'iy ol tbe meteors' flight Tb.- pi im iple de peuds upou the lulrrioptions prmlneci by tbe screens lu the trails of litlit made upon the photographic platen bj Ibe flying meteors Tbe velocity ot the wlie<'l l« knowu at every instaui by meana of a clirnnngrspbic rew-rd. act! X'trr trtJSth ol Tr.e mtrrTUptluus iudi i ates tlie spt-e<l nf ilie meteorti. A wholesale emigration of the Amer¬ icau small boy aud girl might seem prubable if the latent report of James Boyle, United State Consul at Liver¬ pool, should lie disseminated among fhe youn.gsters. Kor Mr. Boyle makes tbe astoulshlng statement: "It Is prob¬ nbly a fact that jnni and not beef Is uow the nntlonal disb of tbe British¬ er." Mr. Boyle points out tbat. except so fnr as the very poor are concernetl. Jam or mnrmalade Is on every Eugllsh breakfast table, and an almost unlver- sul "6we«>t" (tbe English for dessert) nt luncheon and dinner Is a compote, stew, or tart, of which the chief In¬ gredient Is pieserved fruit. Mr. Boyle says: The English people are the largest consumers of Jam lu the world. It is prnhably the fact that jam nud not beef Is uow tbe nntlnnul dish of tbe Britisher-or. nt any rate. Jnni tinelnd- Ing uiarmaludel runs bacon a close second- As the I'nited States Is now sii|iplylng a large proportion of the iN-ef and bacon consumed in Englnnd. she rnn nlso. by proper iiietnods. cap¬ ture a grent share of the trade In jam. preserves, etc. in this couniry, II Is well known thnt nowhere In the I'rlied Stntes ciin iH-tier American lii-ef nnd bacon be bought than oan be bought lu Kuglaud. aud many Ameii- I oau visitors declare that better .Kmerl- ' e.in Ix-ef onn be had lu London und | I.lveriinnl than onn genernlly be ob- I tnliieil In New York nr Cbioago. Ship [ pers of .\uierioun beof tn this market understand that they must send nver the very best In ordir to compete with the hume and colouini produot. The English trade In jama and pre¬ serves Is inireasing all tbe time .\ greai revolution Is going on in the Eng¬ lish table- more espeelally nniung the niidillf and workin,; classes- What Were n few years ago iipenslve delion- ¦ eles. found only on Ihe tables of tbe ; Well to do. are uow to a great extent j artieles nf ilaily oousumptlou by tbe ' masses -New York Tribune. j the maklug of his snul. I have nlwnys felt that old age shnuld be spent, unl. ns the Scotch sny. In making miokle uialr, but in mnklug a gnnd use nf what has been nii|ulred. and I hnpe my friends of Pittsburg will apiiiine of my nctiou iu reliriug wblle still iu full lieulth aud vigor, nud I can na- snnably expect many years fnr use¬ fulness lu tlclds whioh have other than personal nims." The letter nnnounclng his benefnc- tion ot Su.OOO.tWO, Is, lu part, as fol¬ lows; "To the President nnd Mnnngers. the Cnrnegle Company: "Centleinen—Mr. Krnuks. my cnsh- ler. win band over to you upnn ynur iiooeptnnoe of tbe triisi, $5.mxi.i)i.ii) nf the Cnrnegle Compnuy bunds lu trust for the following purpose: "The Income uf $1,OIHI.(IOO to be s|ient lu maintaining the llbrnrles built by nie lu Brnddook. llnuiesiend and Duquesne. "The luooiue of Ihe nlher $4,000,000 Is tn be applied; "I'irst. tu pruvlde fnr employes nf the Carnegie Company lu all Its wnrks. mines, rnllwnys. slinps. etc.. lujured in its service, nnd for those depeudent upon such employes ns nre killed. ",Si-eonil, to provide sinall pensions or aids to suoli emplnyes ns nfter loug and credltnble servloe. through ex- eeptlonnl oircumstnnoes. need snoli help 111 their old age nud wbo luake a good use of It. Should Ihese uses not reipiIre nil of the revenue nnd a surplus nf $L>00.0(10 be left after ten years' operation, then for all nver Ihls workmen In mills other thau Ihe Cnr¬ negle Company lu Allegheny (\iuiity shall become eligible fnr pnrllolpatlnii In the funds, the mills nenrest the wnrks nf the Cnrnegle Steel Compnuy being (list embrnced." CAKNEOIE'S MAOMFICRVT OIPT. Olfrra as.tOO.OOO For Sllly-flia l.lhrarj liilllillnga In .Naw York Cltj. York Clly.—Andrew Cnrnegle ¦e *.-i.',»IO.iKi0 to Ihe people of this lily fnr the purpose nf building sixty-five brnuili publio llbrnrles. tn be npernted lu cnnneotlon wilh the gen¬ ernl public llbrnry now building at I'iftli iive'iue and Forty second street. He has nirendy made the fiirmnl ofTer of the money to the Irusteis nf the .New Y'nrk Public Llbrnry. .Vstor. I.en nx nnd Tllden foundallons. throngh its director. Ur. Jubn S. Billings. The nnly oondltlonH lui|Kised by Mr. Cnr- m-gle are that the oity shnll fnriilsh the sites for the buildings and tlint lirnvlsinu be made fur the nininleiinuie nf the librnrles. nuthorltles of Mnrnoon, Orders have been onbled to the orulser .New Y'nrU from the Stale lie pnrtment to take on bonrd Consul Iieueral (5unimere nt Tangier. .Mr. iluniiiiere is iustructeil to demand the payment personnlly from Ihe tirand VIzlor at Moroooo City. Morocco has agreed to pn.v the Eza- qul claim of $,MKIO. but .she"has sleail- fnstly Ignored the .sitilement of eiiually Impoilnnt iudeiiiuitles. The aggregate of f.'iii.Ooii is the re¬ snit of severnl yenrs of outrages ngnlnst Anierlonn oltlzens. In some Inslniioes oommerolal liavelem have lieon liiierfered with contrary to tmaty rlghls. In other cases Ihe jiroii- erly of .\inerlonns. suoh an cattle, sheep and grnlu. lins been seized by the provluolal niilhorlles. Now nu lui- iiieillnli- reoknulug has lieen de¬ ninnded, Une nf the curiosities nf the lltign- llon Is thnt the Moroooo "Coun " gets out of tile wny whenever a dny bns been set for n benring, Mr, Ciiiiimen- lias been inslnioted tn onrrnl the Cnun nud Insist nn n hearing. If the Court is not wllllug to yield to .Mr. Cuui- mere's siinslou Ihe rriilser New York will tnke a hnud In the setlU-iiient- In nil oases, however, lln- presence nf nu Amerloiin wnrship hns been elTeollve ofT Mnrni-on. Tlio ilr.ind Vizier nnd tbe Minisier of roreign Aflalrs have thri-ntenid lo move the Court from .Morocco Clly if Mr. fJummere go<-s there, and there is the possibility thnt he may have to hunt for them. If. bowever. lie fnlls to get sailsfno¬ tion be win return tn the irulsir .New Y'ork, and her gnns will sjienk with n voice that the Vizier will hear, even if he be nwny off nmnng the Atlas Mnuntnlns. .Mnrooi-o hns a nnvy. but It consists nf nne gunboai. so there Is no chance nf wnr. Tlir Nrw nama Commlialnn. Cr-vernor Udell has signed Senator Browns bill nbollshing the Slate For¬ est nnd Iiame Commission aud the Slate Forest Preserve Board, and au¬ thorizing the Covernor to appoint a Stnte Forest. Fish nnd Cnme Comniis¬ sioiier nt n sninry of $.1000 n year. The (iovernor is nlso empowered to deslg- nnte twn nssnolale Comt.ilssloners to serve wlllinnt salnry until Jnnunrv 1, liin.'l. wheu their otflces will expire. After thnt date the finvernnr may in Ills dlsoretiou designate Iwo members of the Sinte Land Bonrd to nrt with Hie State Forest. Fish nnd C.nine Com¬ inissiouer In the purchnse nf forest Innds. The Stnte Forest. Fish and Came Cniiiuilssloner. after Jnuunry 1. 1IH1.1. mny nppolnt a depuly commis¬ sioner nt n sninry of $2."i00. Ttrallng Drar tn Drath. The plight of the doer in the Adlrnn- dniks Is pitnble. They nre stnrvlng owing to the great depth nf snow in the woods nnd are forceil to approach enuips and villages for food. In mnny oases nrouud the liimlier oninps the deer nre benten to death with clubs. In some of the crtuips It is the prnitlce nf the men for diversion to go huullng on snowshoes. overtnke the deer in the snow nnd kill them. The ment used 111 ennip is largely obtained In this wny. II Is liiMied In the suow nud the horns and skins pushed under the ice In till- sirenms to gunrd against discov¬ ery by the game protector. Tn some in- slnnoes snlt licks were pinced lu the vi¬ oinily of Ihe camps to nttrnct the doer SLAINBYBiNKROBBEBSIGEN. HARRISON BORIEO 3ashier C. W. Ryan, ot Halifax, Penn., Shot in a Scuffle. Uil A Prnilon For Mlluakalanl. A bill providing for a yearly pension of $11',IKKI for former Queen I.liiuoka- will CABNKdIK SAILS FOH SCOTI.AMI New Y'nrk City-.\nilrew Carnegie. Mrs. Cnrnegle. .Miss Mnignrel Cnnn- <li- Illlll .Mrs, Carnegie's sister sniliil I 'nr Kurnpe nn the .\nierioaii Liner st Louis Mr. Cnrnegle expected tn re ! turn tn Ihls cnuutry In Uetnber. He ! will spend most nf the time while ilirnad at Sklbo Cnslle. In Sinilnml, I When nsked by n n-pnnir hnw muob I money he bnd given fnr libraries Mr, I (iirnegl.- sni.l. suiilingly: "I eauunt , lell. Ynu see. I have Just begim In j give awny mnney; but If ynu were tn 'isk me ten yenrs frnm unw I might be nblo tn nnswer the iiuesilun," JUSTIFIES WIFE BEATING. A .liKlar Thlnka Whr Sbr I a Tr I'Ininl. WISE WORDS, Wllh rina ¦• All lllahl. - Polioe .lusti.-I i'i.-ilb-r deiided ii mnn is Jii>iill..d un il-r .eriiiin eouilllinns in b.-aling liis wire The oase under onusideniiinii wns ih.it of Ueorge Hart, who fnnnd his wife in the iiiniimuy i,f nn.nlni mail. He proceeded to lieai Inr iusen slide Ilnn wan nriesieil and w.is oiiiiimiii.il by Ju.lgp Fiedler, who s:ii,l "Mornllv, Hart, I think tilled in N'liiing your wife lnni bus pnssed Ils Hrsl rending in Hie llawnlinii Lvglslnliue. All the polill- oal purlies nre pledged lo give Hie IH-nsloii, Bnj Flras Kr( ot I'owdrr For Pun. Thomns Conners. Ihe eight year-old son of Tlioiiins Coumrs. a eoal iiiiiier. nt Tliomns. W. \ii.. hns seen lii.~ older biothers set nff pow der lu Hie yard for fun. His fnther kejit a big keg In the llnuse. and Hn- l.uv went up stairs mill llghied It, Tl xpin slnn wrooked the house and instanlly killed the boy, nluiosi tearing him b- nieces. Moh Murdrra a Nrgro WToman. Bnllie Crulililii-ld. ii .olnriil wi.iiinu living nonr Itniii.., Sniitb C itv. Teuii,. was killed l.y ii mob who imik her fioiii her oiiblii, iiiiried her In ii bridge, wliere she WIIS linllllil. sllnl In death nnd liiniwii into the .nik. The w lu wns snspeelod nf bnviug f.iuinl mill fnlled to reluru n lost purse imi inlnlng il'20. IFIra AInioal n'l|>rB Out In.llana T.iwn, Tbe towu nf .^^l¦lllplli.^. Inil,, V. :i> nl must tnially wiped out by lire iiiil,v len bouses remuiu. nnd sinr.'s of fam llies are biiiiieless. Tb,. lire sinnid from a spnrk falling frnm a sinir fm lory smokisfnik. The loss is esti uiati-d at $21 Nl.lIIIII, ¦•Ir.t For Ihr rnhlilriklll Monlrr. hnrd. nlins 'Allinny" Quinn. be¬ lieved to hnve been one of the gnng of six crnoks who attempled to rnb the First Natlonnl Bnnk. of Cnbleskill. nnd murdered Matthew Wilson, the wnlohman. on the nlglit of November 'J4. Inst, wns nrrested nt Albnuy. The nlleged murderer wns onpluied hy PInkerton Uetectlve Buller. aided by nieiiiber,s of the Allinny force, Qiiiun denies his guilt, Tlie Pinkertons hnve also liiiidlonted lu Hie Cnbleskill min¬ der "Coat" HInoh. a New York crook, now In the Tombs waiting Irlal for the shooting of n negro iu the Fourth Ward. New York. Bla Farm F< r nirl Htuileull. Wllh the Inorensp iu Hie number of Hie sludeuis nt Vnssnr College, at Poughkeepsle. vnsily grenter demands nre ench yenr mado on the dairy and gardens nttnehed to Hint lustltution. and it would nppenr thnt the llnlll has beeu nboul renohed. .K few days ngo it wns announced that the Biiarduian plnce, of 111)0 aeres. ndjoining the col¬ lege fnrm, hnd been leased, and It would be used for grazing nnd general fnrm purposes, Wllh this nddilion to Its grounds the inllege boundaries enclose over KKXl acres of Innd, Thr Mnilarn Woodmrn KoclrlT. The nuuual reporl of the Modern Wnodmen Society shows a tolal meni- liorship of riTrLlO."!. nnd 110711 local lodges. During February sixteen new IIIUIIIS. with 400 menibers. were se- oured In .New Y'nrk Slnle. At the re- iiiit State eonvenilou oflloers were ihoseu aud delegates eleeted to the .Nntlonnl Cnuventlon. which will be beld In St. Paul. Mlun.. In June. The next Stnte convention will be held in .Ininesiown, Hara Chriatian .Srlrnir Frpi. The Slate Assembly Committee on Public Ilenllh reporled favorably the bill of Mr. Bell, forbidding the prnc- lloing uf healing by t^lirlstian Scien¬ tists or other fnllh ourists not regular¬ ly lloensed pliysieians. It hns been nniended so thnt It will not prohibit the prnclioe of (.'hristlnn Soienoe pro¬ vided no fee or consideration is nc- eepled by Ihe so eniled healers. Two Sninlhrrril tn Ilralh In mm. Tons of onrn nn tbe secnnd floor nf Rndei's feed nilil at Snrwnnd enused the joist In give wny. The grnin IHiiired niilo Hnxey Barber, aged Iwen ly twn. and Itnrlb-y Frenoh. nged si.v- teeu. siiiotheriiig tbem to death. Two other boys nnrrowly eseaped FRIED TO PREVENT THEIR ESCAPE Two Mrn Kniarrri Ihr llnUfai Valional llnnk anil Drmanilril All thr Monrr— llnr Orabba<l a^OOO anil thr tllhri t'ovrrr.l tha Caahlrr-K.ran Shol l>own l-roinptljr_Thr Mrn rau(ht hy ritlsrnf Hnrrisburg. IVun.-".VII bauds up md band out thnt money, nnd lie lulok about it," was the shout that itieeled the enrs of four sinrtled men In the Ilnllfax Nnilnnnl Bnnk. nt Halifax, the upiier end of Unupbin I'oiiuiy. a few dnys ng.i- Cnsliler Chnrles W. Itynn nnd T.-II- fr Issac Lyler were nt their desks nt work lu the front rnom. nud President Alirnlinm Kortenbnugh wns in tlie linok room conversing with Willlnm Swnrtz, an Insuranoe mnu from Uuu •niinou. Kyau and l.yter Inoked up nml met Hie onld muzzle nf a big pislnl in Hie liiiuds of a yontli of nlueteeii yenrs. niiiiied Henr.v Knwe. nnd Fnileniiaugli Hid Swnrtz confrnuled n huge guu Iiolnted at tbem by Weston Ki-iper, n ilesperndn. nf tweuty-nne yenrs. The easbli-r got JiiIii Ihe vnull nnd began hniiding nut notes and silver uniil $'.>iKio wns dumped Into the sntohol Knwe held up. Then P.owe Inid his plstnl down on Ihe oniiiiter. illd. placing the sntehel nu Ihe flnor. begun to ti.v the tnp of It. As he did «o .Mr Bynn Juinped tor Hie pistol, ind. gelling possession of It. began Hriug nt Kowp. Howe drew nnollier pistol and returned the (lie. wounding Hynu In the lirensl aud shnotlng bliu Ihrough the body iu the left grniii liyau fell, iiiorlnlly wounded, nnd died ¦1 few (bays Inter. He nns sixly yenrs lid nnd leaves a wife nnd two sons. Meanwhile Kelper was hum lug a means nf exil. nud rnn fnr the front ilnnr, wns niel by a crowd of citizens who harl been attracted by the flr¬ ing mill who hurried to the nsslstnnoe if the bnuk ofliclnls. As he rnu nut nf the dniir he wns flred nt nnd wouuded by Joseph Lyter. n slore- koeper. He wns captured by a con- <tiible. Howe wns enplured by oili «eiis while struggling wllh Ibe men lu tbe bank. Whon arrested It wns snid lliey bnd I pnl who drove them over frnm Klizabelhvllle to Hnllfnx. nud Uetoo live Wnlter nn-esled "Spikey" Slin- ley. the Ibird man. ns be wns nn his way from the soone of the miinler In '•:ilzabethvllle. and put him in Hnr- .'Isliurg jail. The niurder orenled Ihe grenlesi ex- •iti-iiient In Hnllfnx. nnd threiils were iiinile to lyneli the twn men. The of¬ lloers suooeeded 111 gelliug them into Hie oars before the mnb onulil ri-noli llieiu nr there would eerlnluly hnvc lieeii suoh a seipiel to the trsgeil.v. Body Laid to Rest in Ihj Family Plot at Indianapolis, Ind, THOUSANDS WITNESS LAST RITES rrralitrnl MrKlnlry anrt Olhar «>mrlKla Attrn.l — Forntrr Cablnrl Mambrra sa Pallbrarrra — Mrrvlraa at tha llonar, Chnrrh anil Orav.—(Iraat Mnltllnila Followa Ihr Frorraalon to lha rrmrtrrr Iiidinnnpolls. Iud,—Surrounded by fully l.-i.lKKl of his fnrnier fellow cltl- r.eiis the body nf former President Hnrrlsou wns burled In the fnm¬ ily lot In l"'rowu Hill Cemetery. Close by the brave were the members of bis fnmil.v. President McKinley nrd olber visitors of distinction and tbe mnre iiitiiunle friends of tienerni llar¬ risun. Bnck a dlslnnce of flfty yards, behind rupes guarded zealously by a large fnree nf iinlloe. stood with uu- covered heads the great multitude. Heuealh a cauupy nf blnck. idaccd on Ibe roinndn of the Cnpitol building, the onsket. covered with the silken folds of the Stars nnd Stripes, sur¬ rounded by thousands of blossoms, the body of (ienerni Harrison Iny in stnte for nine hours. Uurlug Ihat time fully .MVIMSI penple pnssed by the coffln to tnke a Inst lonk nt the distiuguisbed dead. The bndy lay In state from J.10 o'olook in the afleiuoon until 10 n'olook nt night, nud uut ouce during Ihe hours wns there n iiit^nk or bait ill Illc lines whioh passed rapidly by lltl Ihe right and left of tbe casket. The services at the church and grave were simple in the extreme, all ill most exoeneut taste. At the. Har- rlion bnme. before the Imdy was taken In the First Presbyterian Cburcb, Ihere were brief exercises for the iiieuibei'K of the family and the more immediale friends uf tienerni Ilarrl- 1011. Possibly 150 persous were pros- nil. President MoKinley, nccompanled by (ioveruor Uurbln. calleil nt the Iiouse about 1 o'clnck. At about the same time enme the former members if (ieueral Harrison's Cnbiuet. .\rti-r the service tbo bouorary pnll- biarors. who were Ceneral Benjamin F- Trnoy. John Wanamaker, Wllllani II, II, .Miller. Johu W. Noble, Charles Foster, (ieueral Lew Wnllace, Judson 1 eaaaay rhiJIrS! riRl LEAVES 1000 HOMELESS, Srnturk.T Town Prartlrally Wiped Ont bj Flamea. Cloverporl. Ky. - Clnverporl Avns luiioliinlly willed nut by lire and half the populnlIon—UKKI pcople-nre lionie- iess. The loss Is $."i(MI.(KK». Every busi¬ ness house wns burned, nnd tiie dis¬ iress of hundreds of women nnd chll ilieu was relieved only when trains Inndi'd with supplies nrrlved frnm l.niilsvllle nnd llendersnii. Hy Ihe biirslliSg nf n nnturni gas pipi- 111 the kllchen nf a privale liniise shiii'lly nfler midnighi-Uu) .building was s>-t nn flre. A high wind was blowing and the Immense tobnceo warehouses owned by the .American robnooo Conipnny were sonn wrnpped iu flnmes. "riie Tobnceo Couipauy's |ilntii. consisting of two stenimeries mill 1.000.000 pounds nf Inbnoin. wns snnn in flnmes. nnd the flre onntlnued In sprend. Liiiilsvllle nnd Ilendersnn Well- nsked to send nsslsliinoe. As Louisville Is seveuly-Hve miles dlslnni. however, no help nrrlved until 4..'li' o'elook. nnd by Hint lime the flre hnd ¦ilioui exhnusted lis ninli-rlnl. llellef traius were made up al Louis ville and Henderson, nnd bniilght .'lOiKl lonvos of bread, a Inrgesiipplyof clolh ing. ele. The oonohes will be |ilnoi-il nl Ihe disposnl of the hom.-less uulil Ihey 01111 lind other tempornry liomes. HSS. Basiims Biaaisoif. CLEVELAND PRAISES HARRISON. ralclr Trlbulr Nafa Burglara Mrt a r.iirn on FIrr. 'he Mllnge nf l.iiiglovili... Texn s desirnyed by lire. Seven lni> IS hi.uses mid several dweliimi re i-..iisuiiied Hurglars rnbl..' eral snf.^ l.y bl.e-ving Ihem op. I ilii-ii lir.ii til,- buildings. Al..' - llUlnlMil pil«ons lire bnlllel.^s. aro Jus Better lenl of II sun little chiding than n great >f li.art br.ak--Sbakespeare- tliai swells in prosperity will be In shriuk lu adverslt.v—Coitun. Ill- i^ii. The mnre hoD.sIy n man as the less be nffecis the air of a saint —Lavater- lleserve is tile truest expresnion of resiH-cl lowaid Ihose whu are lis ob¬ jeels - Ue (Jiiinoy He who is most slow in making a r.r,.ui.r.''' ir ibv luoai fuiiufui IU lis per¬ formauce - KnusscHU (lui g^«¦ate^l glor.v ei.asisis nor in never falling, but in rising every time We may fnli -Coldsmith '•' Pride defeats its own eud hy bring mg Ihe umu who seeks esteem and revereii.i- into contempt —Boliugbroke. ^I»0BS A PENITENTIA9Y. North rarollna Trraaurr Clrrk I nnfraart ' Hr Ntoir •4000. I Ualeigh N C.-In the Legmlnmro n ! message from ibe (iovernor was r.-ad ! iinnoun. lug thnt Wllllnm II .Martin. ' wbo for fnur y.-ars up tn Man h 1 wnt a llerk In the State Tnnsurv. had de- , faiiiied for l-pmi) nu.l hn.l 'ennfcss..<l I Hi.. I hef I- •'iSO.oou FIrr In Hontrral. The «li..|isiil,. drug hous.. ..f 111.-. .Miles ,v I'll, nt M 1- VHs destroyed bv lire. .X vus killed by fnlliiig will. Vlll aniiiuni i.i about i'2:ni. Naw Aaaiatant Marratarjr of War. President .M. Kluley. nt Wniibing- rou. bas app.iiui.d Willinm Cnry San¬ ger, of .New York- .\s>i>i.iui .S»oreiary ..f War ill pbioe nt C.-irg* U Meikh-- jobu. of .Vebriiskii •¦ All hour later Mr Sanger's i.uuuiissi.in had b.en signed und he i-ad laki-u Hi,, onlh nf nill.,- nnd Ix-gau nctlve iKrforiuanoe of bis dultes- Flnd Monry In an Otil Honar. i Sums of nionev nggregnilng uenily $1000 have been disonvered hidden in I \nrlnus pnrts of the old house occupied I by the late Benjamin Smith, nn eooen | trio charneter. who lived nenr .Mount Hope. The exeoiiiors believe more | will be disoovered. j Illra I.raTlna I4n Ilrarrnilanta. | Hester Forbes, ng-il nineiv four i .renrs. of Wnviriy. wiin died ii few 1 dnvs agn. left ten i hildren. flfty gnuid j ohil.lren. sovfiity two givai-grund- 1 liiililieii nud fourteeu groat-great- I griiiiilihiidrea- Farmrr roinmlla Sulrlilr. V, (Inrdiiii-r, seventy yenrs nf n fnriuer of Broad Albiu, Fullou mv, eomniltted sui.'ide by Inking s gr,..n, H.' grieved over Hie fiiot Ills iinor oiroiunstauoes uud his iliu Ttt, i5„r.i^y * I. I>enitentiarv b.v Martin Is in jail Civil Wnr fl maj reKimeuT His age tm- . als.ui sixtv Mc-Caila lo Coiumand Kraraarga Caniulu Bowman II M.i'nlli. umaiid of till' lliile,! .•<i •ruiri-r Newark, lu AmiiH.- wal tan beeu o;iler*-il ilome to tllte i nand of the bniibsblp Kiarrarg. lu I rrawa •¦pantHtiMi or rklaaaa Wawaa. Chines* womeu lielieve tbat the evP spirit holds |)0*sea»lun of all the bigb IMlnts o( tbe earth, ami tbat Is wby nr Chinea* womau can erer t>e Induced to climb a aonnialo- Th- Oil Huihl ndl ¦an ladalcaa la a wtr agitmmtmmiktmgkkmmaatk. a Wllhrlmli n thai adurus tbe brow of routbful IJueen Is said to 11' cost ttiuOOmi In 1!«* It was nliu by burgl.ii>. and remained lo nr possen-sinn foi Dearly iwo years. veoiuallT |urt of the ktoaes were und 11. Jl BriM'klru. and tbe rrmaind- weiK ultiuiaivly discarcred xa Bcl- t (iuitt. J Utalaa !itlll For Fnihlblllaa. .\fier the most luieresilug nf nny hearing beld U-fore the Maiue I.egls !.-.:•.„-_ /.., yr-srn thr Hmsw tiv rn." .le- . >ive vole of *» to »4 refus'e.1 lo re • ubmit to tbe jienplr of Main the iir.>- hllillory snieiidineui t.i Ihe Conslltu I.l-n Tbe ."'.-naie will i-unour without .1.1.air. oil Strark la lABlalana Naar Tataa Uaa. ' (lil tns Ih-,-11 si.ii.-k al Suli.hur City | in Cab ael. u Parish La . the pluoe I of the gr.si l..,iii.i.iii 1 ^ulpl^ur depuait. I sud nnly a few ii..l.-s tmui the Texai. I State line An ali.iiipi has U—i; mad.. I All Around thr <>ln«.;. Le Itoy reports a building bnnni The villnu'i- nf Middlepori li.-is n bonded debl of t'.iinni Vnr the flrst tiuie the Court nf .\r- p.'iils wiil sit iu Buffnlo ill JUno. Bioyole repairers nf UuuKirk linve fiii'iiied a unlnn. The.v will establish iiiiir.irm prices. Till- only license prnpnsllion thni wns oarrlid In Cuba wns for drug stores nn pliysioinns' presoripiions 'd'lD for and '2o's ngainst. The members nf the Miuisterisl As- sooinilon of Syraius.- mi- ajitniiug the ipiesiion of a ourfew Inw, The Supply bill for the yenr lliOl. rr|n,rle.l by Leader Ail.is to the Stale Legi>!ntiiiH. carrli-s $1.701''lOl I Till- vyiage of Maro-Ilus will nsk the I onui-t« n onmpel the tearing up of the I Mnnellus Kieetrb- Lines tracks, laid ; in ib-flnnoe of the p.ilioe ! A»,'*enibiyman Fam her. of Catlarnu [ gns I'nunty. has introdm ed iu Hie I Slate I..-gislnturi- a bill whioh permits 1 iinnrd or >upervisfirs in neiermind wlieth.-r sheriffs shall r« .iiv,. sal.iries t,r f.H**. Tliovt. nnw on n s.'iliiry liii*i.( will nnl bo nffe.'led iX this bill should I bei^.nie n Uw Cable Htaaiiiara. j Ihrre .irc nver ioi:\ ^triniria tCionX 1 wtioar *o> work is tin- laying arel nioin teuanor .,1 the ai.r'.la v«»t lyatein nf tei- I.n«t Uvinc Fnn to tha Drad Ktatranian. Priiioelnn. N. J. When inlervlewed former President (irover Clevolmid. who has returned from the Snutli. snld •iinoernliig the denth nf fornier Piesl- lent Benjamin Harrison: "I am exoeedliigly moved by the snd iuli-Illgenoe of Mr- Ilnrrlsnu's denlli. fnr untwllhslnndlug the reoeiH dis- iniiragliig repnrts nf his inndllinn. I Imped Ills life might be spared- Not llll- of our cnunl ly men should for one momeut full tn renlize Hie serviees wliloh hnve been performed In Ihelr liehnlf by Hie disllnguislied dond. In high pubilo offloe he wns giililed by imlrlntlsm nnd devntinn tn duty, ofteu It the snoriflee nf lempnrnry pnpiiliiri- i,v. mill In privnte slnlinu bis liifliieine ¦unl example nlways were lu Hie di- iv.Illlll nf ileoeiioy mill guild oltlziii -llip Suih a lareer mid the Itiolileius I'.'lnted in It sbnuld li-ine n deep mill useful liiipressloii ii|ioii overy soolinn ..f our nniional life." rtah i-filygamj Law Vrt.»rd. (Iovernor W'olln. of rtiili. hns vetoed III.' Kvmis bib. rogiiiiitliig priisi-riilioiis l.ir pnlygniny nud n iiibriiig Ibem (iriHlionlly im|Missllile. nu Hi.' gmund ih.it it wnuld wnrk iiinro linrtii lhau g I tn till- people of the Slnle nnd would be used as a wenpnii ngiiiiist tlie olassos It wan designed In beiiofli. Koda I'onr Inln thr FiMlofflrr. Mi^s Wnterliury. of New York Cily. r..,l,- into the postoflloe nt Alken. S ('.. ..II a bors.- to get her mnll. ns Is her . ii<i.iiii ill liiiine. She w-Ts Buinmonoil I., r.ire the .Mayor. She apiionred by aii.iriioy and wus flniil $."i- I'nuanal Ilrmand For Ntainpa. The doiniiiid for postage stnmps dur Ing the pnsi three weeks bns I ii si gienl ns to reduce tho n-«erve In Wssli iiigloii bolow Ibe figure flx.-d by Inw. I'iiis N b.-bl I,. Indb-iite phennni.-iinl liii:.iness noih ily able M- lirioug l4i ep Ihe dis nf Hi.' 'Ighli..rlng lamU llel iiniil nuid Iarfv«aln( Taxaa la feiaaUad. Tbe Times. ..f Undoa l»Ileve» tbat in addlllon to j sugar tax nud .-ocisiraiiou duty of a ahilling on e<iru- tbe ineume duly wtll Im- iitcieaaod by four pence lu tbe tiouDd. .ateaa^iiab.:a^||ii^,-'--f,--,,|,----g||., ¦ ^ l.-as la- niad ¦ Hopaa Shaurork May tVla. Cl.arb-. B H.Tivsli.iff Jr ..f Bris¬ tol, C.jun,. Dow ill Ixin.lou Kuglnnd, sajb be bofM-s the .^bamro.k may n-in the America's Cup fur the siiiuulus a Britlab victorv would i'lv- 'uieriiaiiuu al vacbtiot O noTt^rnmrnt adniini<tr inaindrr tn manuf.i*luring and rahla oper¬ ating roinpaniri. Trr. .oi Ihe . alilr lavinf ahi[ia are oarnrd by the three largeat £ng I:.h ral.ir luaiiufai turera Onr of ihe Ur^f-st of thrae ratlr alnpa la .-f al>ou* yitl t'.na diaplacemral ».lh a rarrjing rapae- iiy of sorio t;>na aai haa rarrird 2M0 nauti- ' al miira of deep ara eshie :n nnr trip. r — Harlla a I aarrgr H|>ortln( nraTltlra. Athiellc sports are inking slroug hold In EnroiM-Mii universllier- Jnines .MoUuire, Ihe caieher. bas -Il-uoiI Willi tliH Bnxiklyn Baseball I'liili- Itenewed activity is beginning to ii.nnlfeKt ilself in the New York bley ,|.. olubs, .\ six dnys' trotting meeting, with f27i.it»i In prize money, will Isglu ou .Vugust 12 nt the Briglilon Ueai li Irn. k I 11 Set, Y.iik Cily The I'nlversli.r of Pennsylvania Is Irving lo raise $-»i«ki to si ml 1 a crew I I.. Henley in couiis-te ngaiust Oifnrd I iud Cuilltirldce, C, (;, HerlMTt. a y.inng Harvard Inw | student, hns brukeu the iutercollegbile | r..<nrd f.ir strength i Wars Hud rumors nf wnr aninng Hie ' "iiingunies" ot the profesaionnl base j ball i-orld .•Xlit.-.only a languid inter ! est uutside their owu oin le. | Sir Thniuns LIptnu should lisve a I Mniue raised l.y tru^ sisirts who ad¬ mire th.- sprit ill wliioh be aooepla eou- ditinus insi.'Hil of grnwllng nver theu. I'he Briiisli fl'ar Uffl<-e has Issued or b-n for the formation of eight volua L.-r cyoliat oumpanles. lo lie com- |M,iM-d of mil men eaoh, fur s.-ri'ioe lu .South Afrli-a llnrmon nnd Wllliain A. Woods, cnme slowly down tbe wnlk to the street. .\fter tliem came tbe active pallbear¬ ers, bearing the coffin. As tbe bearse moved from the frunt of the house the carriages cauie up rniildly, and tbe fnmily and visitors entered tbem. It wns 'l.'dO o'clock wben tbe pro¬ cession arrived at tlie church, and tor more tbau an hour Iiefore tbnt time the i-hureh. excepliug tbe reserved pews, bad lieen packed lo its utmost capacity. As the President reached tbe pew set apart for hlin tbe ushers turned and fnoed bim. He liuwed bis thauks and Iben, usberiug Mrs. Uurbln into the |M-w, followed nfter. Oovernor Uurbln and Secretary Cortelyou lilled up the pew. Ininiedinlely following the coflln Were .Mrs. Harrison nnd Meuleuaut- Commnnder Pa \er. They occupied the second scat to flie left, correa|iond- liig lo that of the President. When nil had taken their seats the Uev. W. L. Haines advanced to tbe frunt of the pulpit platform aud opouod the Bi-rvlce. The Bev. Ur. Snmuel J. Nlcctdls tben rend from I. Corlutiilans, xv., 35-38 Inoluslve, nfler wblch tbe Bev. Mr. Haines uffered a prayer. After tbe prayer tin- choir sang "Bock of Ages." Follnwlng the hymu I>r. Niceolls read portions of scripture. Biter which tile Uev. Mr. Haines delivered au ud- dress. After the nddress Ur. Niceolls offered prnyer. The parly Infl the church in tiie order In which It entered. It was nearly .¦> o'clock wben tbe line of rela- tlvi-s nnd frieuds came up the grav¬ elled path to the tomb nt Oown Hill Cenietery. On the arm of Lieuteunut- Commaiider Parker .Mrs. Ilarrisou took lier phiee st tiie bend of the eotlln. Preslib-ut .MoKinley came lo the grnve with Mrs. Uurlilu and stood wilh ber during the iirlef service. The iiurinl service wns brief. Wben the Inst words had beeu suld the at¬ tendants lowered the coffln to its pInoe. Cn the cutllu wns pinced a lionvy walnut cover, nnd then the gtaniie roof of Ihe tomb wns lowered Illlll closed. President .MoKlnley dined with (iov¬ ernor tiiMbin after the fuuernl. nnd then lefl 111 Ills private onr for Caulou, (lllio. Mis ¦ratty Foatmlatraaa a Thlaf, .Mnry Builon. nssistnnt post- ler at Slookvllie. Tenn.. hns been arrested un the clmrge nf rubbing tbe ilinils. ,She Is deserllH-d as a liesu tlfui young girl, and the daughter nl Uoi Josepb Bolton, n olergyiusu ol lilgli sinnding. She eiinfessed Ibt I rime and turued uver a (luuntity uf sloleii goods Jeans. man. AecordrDg to Matthew ha ooaJhatad Jsaus to ha tha Son of Ood. 48. "Smote thair breaata." In tokan al alarm and penitanoa. They wera t« aoBf extent penlient for their afttdhi, Awt and conatematioa seised upon tba Java. 49. "All hii acquaintance." Thejr ba* held him with the deepest sorrow OT«t their irrevocable loss, which wss not yet aoftened hy the joyful hope of ths tatat- rection. 50. "A councilor" <R.- V.) That la, ka waa a member of the Saohedria. Ha tSM slao a rirh man. ** 51. "Had not consented." Ha lmi either voted sgsinst their aetlon ia tbt council, or, what is far more profaaMlh had absented himself snd taken no pari' in the proceedinga. "Arimsthaea." SaaM identify thia with Rama in Benjamin, tt Rams in Ephraim, tbe hirthpUce of NSa- uel. Tbe form of the name is mora Uw the latter. "Himself waited." He wta t serret disciple (John IB: 381. and "walttd fnr the msnifestatioD of tbe MmUl'* kingdom." 52. "Went to Pilate." He went in haM- ly. It took great coura^ to do thia. Hf had been a serret disciple and aiiaid d public sentiment, but he ia fi-srlest Boir I regard Joaeph sa one of ths aabhat characters referred to in the New Ttlt» ment; he befriended Christ in this hoar d awful darkness wben even tht dittiptai; foraonk Him snd fisd. .13. "He took it down." .loseph waa m siatrd by Nirodemus (John It: m-lt)i they wrapped the body in linea wllb •liirea, snd piacsd it In a ntw aspdMn, io a garden near by Calvary. Iaa. 81: •. 14prlna Trade Improvaa Greatly Sfiring Irnde hns mnde sntlsfnctory pK,gross ill IIIOSI liranoiirs in nil pans ol tbo country. defeaten Uoluaa or aula Laglalal The Indinnn Keaate has Womnn suffrage, .\ resoliiiloii for nn Initlstive and referendum amendmeni to Ihe Consil union Ims failed In Idaho The .Massaohuseils bill. Iiiiroduced by a olergymau, to permit fishing on Siiuiliiy. hns leiolved a favorable com mil lee report. A '-oLnnii'.tee report to the V.'lyooa.rln Legislature shows that If nil the ap¬ pn.illnns nsked are nllnwed Hiey will ex. ood Ihe revenue of the Stale by niarly $l'.(«Si.(agl The Missouri I.a-gislature has made the p.-n:iliy f>ir kidnaplug death or not less Iban ten years In prlstin. .K barratry iaw. jual euacled in TeX as. prnhi.lts ait.-.meys froiu iHiIioilina I'lisiness ur fouienling lltlgatiou In any wny .\ new law In Texas makes lard playing for galu In any form, at any pin. o unlawful except In private real deiii.« rut oomnionly resorted to foi tbo purpose of gambliug .\ oniioiis of the majority memlierr of III.- South Dakota Leclslatnre bas v.i.ed in favor of reuiovlug tbe fttati oupiial from Pierre lu Mllehell. Thre, Olber tovai were compttltors. Aaaaal Unlpul of fraolvna The report of ihe I'nited Statea a IllM loal Survey on the production ol prMMW •tones for the division of mininc and ¦¦¦ rral resourcea. ahowa tkat fha total rawp ot the output of precioua atonta ia tW Cnited Statea for IWO is 8232,210, aa mat pared with 81W.no in 1880, a gain tl tm' 140, or twenty-fivs (ier oent. Tht tMM. of greateat value produced in tbo uMM Statea were: Turqiioia, 882/100; aapMlA PS.noO; rhodolite. 820,000: berryl, tRSP' quarti iryatal, 810.0110, while tht ralna I diamonda produoril iu th* t'oiltd Btar in Ihe year under review was only fUl. 1 THE SABBATH SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMCNTS FOR MARCH 24. SalOeeti Jaaas Crariaed ui4 Bnttoli I.uko xxlll.. SS-sa—Ooldaa Teat, t. Cor. XT.. S—Memory Taiiaoa. 4«> 47— Cammaatanr oo tha Day'i I.*aaoa. 35. "Derided Him." The crowd meclM4 Him from 9 lill 12 o'clock. Bat thtta were slao friendly watchers at the croaa (John 19: 2S-271. .lesua was not wholV deserted in thia aad hour. The weaatB were laat at the croas snd first at tha xrave. The three Marj-a were thers: Mair. the mother of Jesua; Mary, the wiia of Cleopas. and Mai-y Magdalene, with aa»« end other frienda (v. «»L "Save Htaa> aelf " They thoaght thst if Jsaos wim the Mesaiah, aurely He could dtUvW Himself from the Roman cross.- : 38. "Vinegsr." It wsa about tht tUM of the mid-day meal of the soldicta, aai they in mockery ofleret*. Him tbtir taar trine tn drink with them. Tht tuHiwa pretend to treat Jesua aa s fcinf, ta whoM the festive cup ia presented. Tht ttd drink of vinegar sud gall Jctns nfattaa but thia, unmixed with any drag, wtt B» cepted. .ts. "A superscription." The white tab¬ let nsiled upon the cross, above tht htad of the victim, to declare the erisat nhich He was crucified. It waa a I custom to affix a label to the eroai x a atatement of the crime for whicl person suffered. "Was written." PQata wrote thia superscription evidently la dt- rision. "King of th* Jews." The irw4t are somewhat different in the difftttvt liospela, probably because somt ol tat vtiters copied from on* laaguag* and atMM from another. The truth was procUteal in jest; Jesua is in fact a "King vtlk many crowns." ^^,2 39. "Railed on Him." The two tkitvit crucified with Him may have betongtd ta the band witb Barabbas: they evidtBtly knew something shout the Christ. Oat mocked, the oth»r prayed. 40. "Dost thou not fear God?" WM*> ever the reckless crowd may do, thou art near death; does thia have no clltet apoa you? 41. "We-justly." He is a trut ptai- tent, confessing his sins. "NotUag smisa." He may have heard and ftta much of Jeaua at the trial. It it mma than likely that at varioua (isirt ht mar hare joined the crowd wber* Jesat WM speaking, and havt known of Uia miiaclti. 42. ¦'Lord.". The very uae ot tht wati impliea faith. "Hiy kingdom." Ifa thm recagnised Chriat aa a real King, wi prayer shows thst he believed that Jttat naa th* Son ot Ood; that He had powtr ta aave, and that th*y «-ottld continut to t>> iat in a fiitnre stata. 43. ~ "To-day." Thia waa the ateond aar¬ ing ol Chriat on the cross. Thia versa it* - itrong proof of the immortaUty of tka ' noul- "i'aradiae." Thit is a word of ttt- lian origin, denoting a beautiful park, garden o'r orchard. It designates tha aliode of the righteous in ths nnaita nnrld. the home of lepoae and joy beyond the grave. 44. "The sixth hour"—Noon. Chritt'i third saying on thevroaa was spoKsB JMt liefnre thia to Hia mother and to Jobb: "Woman, behold thy Son." "Behold Ihp mother." John 18: 28, 27. Jesus ia tha midst of His sufferings was thinking et .ith^ra, and while on the croaa madt nro- viaioh for Hia mother. "Darkness," Thia darkneaa continued three hours, froat noon Ull 3 o'clock. "Ovn- tht whois Itad"., iK, V.) Of Ptlestuie. This darkntit waa typical of che moral blackneaa that dUtd th* land. During tho darknaaa oeeunrad ('hrist's fourth utterance on tht ecott; "My Ood, My Uod, why haat Thoa lor- aaken Ms?" Mstt, 17: 48. Tbt llftfi ttjr- our woai "I tihirafc"- - — -" —r- 'ts. "l'h* vcti—was rent, sat grtal veil of the temple that hung between tha Holy Place and the Holy at Holiet, forty cubits (aixty feetl long, s^d twtnty ithirly' fretl wide, of the Ihicknctt of m palai nf the*hand, and wrought in seventy-twa aqiiarcs. which were joined togttbtr. 46. "With a loud/Voit»." Aa it wna the triumphant note of a eonqntrtr. What He said first at thia timt it rt- corded in John 19: 30, and wtt His silrtii saying, on the croas: "It is flnbbtd," "Fsther," etc. Thia wss His stvtnth aajr- ing. "Th* word 'Father' ahows tbat Hit aoul has recovered full serenity," Not long b«lore thia wh*n struggliBg in (ha darkness H« called to His God;" now the darkness is gone and He tttt Hit Father's fsce. "I commend Ify nirit." I deposit My soul in Thy hands. Hm* ii another proof of tht immortality tf (IM soul, and of its separatt txitttnet .afttr death. "Gave up tht ghott." Ht dia> missed the spirit. He IlimstU wUliilpli ?ave up that lift which it wtt impoitiMt or msn to take awsy; H* thus Btcamt, not a forced sacrifice, but a frae-will tAr- ing for sin, 47. "The centurion." Tht Roman ol^ Cer who had charge of the cratilixioa. "Glorified God." When he taw "whal waa dona" ht acknowledged that Q*d Iiimself waa abowing Hia approvgl of "A righteout man." An iaao^t Aaaaal Oulpat of freeluua The report of the ITiiiied Suttt Ostlj». ioal Kurvejr oo the pi'oducliou u( pfttUw', . atonea for the diviaioii nf mining tnd att- .-M rral reaourcea. ahowi Ihat the total iaMti^\ nf lh* mitput nf preeious atonet in tM I'nited Hutea for lISiO ia »232,210, at mm pared with 8I8S.77U ia IWO. a gain af M- 440, or twetity-rivc lier cent. Ilie tltatf le VnuH Statea were: Tiiri'iuoia. tffi.nOI); ttppWnk 1, tnjati >f greateat vat Ibitea wete: 'I »75,nO0; rhodolil the : prodiirid ill the United Staitt - under review was only flU. Aotaaraph l.atirr of WMhlagSMi. An autograpii letter M* Gaorg* Watnar ton. dated I7IM. waa found aaMag atM8 waate paper alurk at a paper mill ia Kala mazno, Mich, b waa written tt OspMK Jamea J, JamH-son s New York iMr* chant, aakinc lor bost freigHt rataa m P quantity of flour. Arbor Oay Inlilaly. .K day has beeo aet awde throuaboat aH Italy for tbe planting o( trees by tn* y«Ma I'f the public acboul- Nigb *elMM>l Kiauataca. In tbe wbola United Htatat th* wihttt high achooU in 1888 gr^atlMl J8,Sa htfl aod 38,124 girls '¦ ber of bo|a in ti aehoola woa 188,187 In 1888 this wjwit nUa- ittadaaca ataaMit him tl; of girk. mus. ¦I—ast €Hsa Uaaa C ittltHaWi Th* mrM, rlMt trtsaai. ^ tulMi-iacb ipMi, |W Ugpam «^
|Title||Nassau County Review 19010322|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19010322|
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A Family newspaper of locai. and oknkral intklligenck.
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 227 19o]7
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