Nassau County Review 19001214
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^atintu lletoto. 'Hinfoi.K c"'<^>piie:m. f'ive cknt**. VOL. VI. A FAMILY X'F.WSf.VPER OK I.OC.\L A-VD GENER-VL I NTELl.IH ENt K. FRKKPORT, X. v.. FHID.W. DKt KMIU.H 14, liXMi. TERMS: SLtO rEABLT IR AUTABl-l NO. 7. raornvstotiAU • Greater New York • Denta.1 Fetrlors, lOIIIiCHECKER ( SKIOMORL OOB. FULTOX AND GOLD STS, Brooklyn, N. Y. iat af TMth. 11*14 Crowns Oald rilllnci, OUmt rilllac. •.i.ao np. *2.00 «p 41 OO Kp rULTO;^ ^.ND OObD .STREK W. Opp. liooscr's, BROOKLY.N, N. Y, W. J. STEELE, M. D., PHYSICIAX and SUli(JEO.\ UALUWIN'S, L. L, OBoe boars: Office, liarrlsuii Avenna Booth ShtmiTelephnneCall. UaMwlnaU. GCORGE A. MOTT, LAWYER, B« Canrt 8t.,norimcli uf llrooklyii.TK. T.CII j B««lilence, Lyabrook, QueerM Co., N, T. Tslephona, "51 Lynbrook," "anCA Ilrooklyn." E. A. DOKLON, ....BOJyDED AUCTIO^'EER. .. OdJ Fellows' Block,, raltan Btreet, naar Church. PReEI>ORT. MY LITTLE SWEETHEART- bl,«flom of Vvt a .oyal little rweetheir.; th-iugh ihe Lifnng up her nu. white world should turn from me, ihil,l'» nn.lou.le.l f«.-e, She would only eling the eloeer, and my Lighting with her hluf eyes shining ever) happy comrade be- hard and lonely plaee. When I (see the world's rough we.xther. I I've a loyal little sweetheart, and hei am sure of a retreat years that count hut three By my own bright chimney-corner with .*re worth more than genu nnd gold, for my darling at my feet, Hns true heart believe, in me —Mirirar. t F S-vngstcr, in Harper's Bazar 1 HEBMIT'S SAD BEATH jenera! Bins, Who Foueht Under Lee, Expired in a Swamp, TO PROBE BOOZ HAZING 'THE NEWS EPITOMIZED a DIVISION OF MILLIONS SEQUEL TO A TRAGIC ROMANCE VESTA. fe.le nrl|;a,Ilr r Arinr—( 1 Ihe sir, i.e. of I., iif III. IIoine.lea.1 By T. U. I JOHN P. WRIGHT, OBJfERAL AUCTIOJfEER, PReePORT, u L riSANtHI. BANK OF Rockville Centre, Villags Avenue, ROCKVILLE CENTRE, L. I. UIBAM R. HMITII, Preelilrnt. THOMAS U. KNKIHT, Ylee-Presldent. ' BERUEN T- RaVN'OR, Cashier. BOARD OK IlinECTORS: (l.nrlesl,. Walla Austin Ciirnvrell. Neluin II Smlih, aientworihll.Coinlit fkustln Jayne. Dharlea w'. Hayea, iamnel F. I'hlll lubn-W. DeMnlt, JUvar bavl'.in, K, Hanililua W. I'earsalb We do a Giinrrnl BtinkinK Bualness of Deposit nnd DIscunnt. Interest Paid on .Special Deposits. Drafts Issued on Enghind and the Continent' 'yonr PatroimRo Solicited, BankinKHnnrs-n A. M. tJ 8 P.M.. Saturday, 9 A M. to PJ M. Discount Days—Tuesdays and Fri laya, 9 A. M. THEFREEPORTBAHK CAPITAI,, $30,000. lAII STREET, FREEPORT, L. I. JOHN i. RANDALL, PreaWcnt. CHAUNCEY T. SPllAOUE, Ylre President. WILLIAM S. HALL, Caahler, BOAKD OF DIllEirroilS: John J, Randall, Chauneey T. Ppragns Imlth Oai. William O. Miller, tVllllain B. Oolilor. I>. Wealey i-ina, WallaM IL Oornvroll, ilwinto Wallaea, rhamu D. BinlUl, Onlea PelUI, august Iminlg. liarviij II .^mllh. Ciiarlas I.. Wallace, Oouru,, 31. lUniUll William *. Halt Oii«i, eieept leaal hnllilaya, from 9 a. m, M • p. ro. OlTrra faeliiii,'. anil Induermeula In every ih'pardn.'nt isinal In thoite of eiilier tha New York or llroiiklyn llanka w trvA Cm. |«nle8, and every -- — ¦-" — --'' '- ,--—„ , .Illation as far as Is eunalslont willi eunservatirii managenienl- lnler.-at at the rateof Ihrre percent- ..aid oa time de.>uails, lliree muntfu ur luore- Drafls iaaucl nn all parts of Kuropa. rioea a greneral IiAliklng haainwiH, Aceonnia of ciriHiralieniL companies, aocla- Ues, etc-, s.illelle.1. Entire aalis.-aen.in guarantee.1. illenli.i and Job Printing At This Office. YESTA VILLI.VHS stood at th window and gaiwl dowu at moving mass of people below- Vnlnly did bor eyes wamler from fac(> to face, from form to form, with a childish, qnestlonlng eagerness, seeklDg to Bod one friend amid the great throng of people. Poor child, she must yet learn that one can walk through the busy streets of Boston for weeks, months—aye, even for years, without meeting one old friend, and .vet it was strnuge thnt she had uot a great mnny <jld friends here, for Boston was tho city of her nativity. But tbe reason Is easily told. Mr. Vllllars, who .a-as once n wealthy mer¬ chant, had left Boston ten years be¬ fore a penniless man. Little \esfa alone was with bim, his fair young wife having died two years before his failure. And now Yesta has returned to Bos¬ ton, and a beautiful girl she Is—rather small and slight, with rich golden- brown hnlr, which falls p.ist her waist In silken curls, large, aliuuud shaped, thoughtful eyes—eyes that looked sad and tender, even while the well- formed lips were locked In sleru de¬ termination and fht' fair clieeks dyed with the flush of IniillKnatloD. And why has the fair .voung Vesta returned alone and In this dlsturbnuce of mind? -VVe shall soon learn. Mr. VlUlars bad g,)uc to Frederhk- fou when he left Bostun, nu,l tUiee years nftcr was again business. About this time he married .Mrs. Huntlngtou, n widowed la,Iy, who had Been nbout thlrty-Hcven suiuuiers. Mrs. Huntington possessed n fortune of. a few thousands, nnd this, united fo Mr VllUars'a business lalenls nnd present stock, set him tlruily upou Ids feet agalu. Little Vestn was now eh'veu years old, nnd her Htepinother did not wish to have her nt home; therefore, she was sent to a boarding school. But the flrst year had hardly ilrawn to a close »-hen she was siiiiini,in,',l home. Her father's secoinl wife had died suddenly. Two weeks elapsed before Hie ilay on which Vesta arrived at her liotni'. As she drew near the house she saw n little cotHu carried out aud pln,',',I In a conch; then followed her father nud a mil. sfrniige youth. Knterlug the house noiselessly and uuobserved by n side entrance she met the old housekeeper aud uskeil bniilli lessly; "Her buby Is dend, too, is ItjOot, Ju¬ liet'/" ¦-Y'es," replied the old w-oinan, "mi¬ lt's safer with lis inollii'r llimi 'on-- (iod help motherless little girls, I say." nnd she laid her haml fondly on Vis fa's head. -'It was a little girl, th,'n. was it, Juliet ¦;" "Yes, dear." "Biit who Is tliiit pnpny" illllg b-1,1 Willi ALi'iii.i): :';:ki!, I III- .ii;i..i\ VI. I'ortliripe Wine I'ritdurer la .tnniilra. The lirst 11.Hive wiin; m.UI ainl iisc-il in S.in ri.iiicisco ;iinl S.icr.i- tiicnlo xv.is fioiii Sjiccr's I'.issaic. N. J , \'incy.iri!s. w.is .shi|'iu',l ai-oiiiiil t.".ii>c Ij.irii hcfiiro tliiic w.isiitiy r.ii!fo;iil ti-> t'.ilifi.nii.i, ntul aic- now- liciiio used liy pln--i. I'i.ins iUP'l lirst I'.linilics there' ;;s the richest ami best w.nc to be h.ul /tl -T!ij v.Hgi; nt the 1'. \Viiio '.ii.i'.-c iMiuvnii. .\ l' istiu.k an.l 1 icli simcas '.ho iiiico ot pcirs atiilotlicrtntitsijmwnlicrc. Kr.in C.-tliiorp.i.i jicis ymi can miucc.-.- w.ttcr as Kill a spo!i};o: s.. >viil. .iM f.-.iiis ;;:-oivn in L'-ilifi.r- nia; ivm'.c thoso ;»ro\vn in Ni \v J-rscvure soliil i:i snlv.si.inco- less IjK'c I.".it thick anil richer. '1 l.e iKcw Jcr.<cy a|';>U*i, for instance, reake .•» k\\-c\ tli.it v.-.is aivv.iys |Hipi'!.tr t'lic W".^lil over. It \ u ^ir.tiit a \viv.(? tor ^!cknc^s or ^ r itertaih::ier,ts Onnt t.il.o c!ic.-,". \Vute;v winrs bnt chiH>se .n i. -t cI.iVsu'.il. uiH N-aioil. h :^\ ¦-¦ \ wini?- iri.ih Sfvccr's r,is*i.;:c \.;.s jranU So!U by Drp^gists. "ICIs wife's first chlbl. - "Wliat'i'" exclaliii,.,I \k-^U\. * "Yes, ,1,'ar," r,.tiirn,-,l tin- ,,bl wotiimi romposedly, "Hie inisiress si-nt for Inr son to come home from colb'ge a h'W weeks after you Wi-re senl off lo ph'iise her ladyship-" "Did father know she had a son'.' I never kni'w If I" "It seems to me iniisler dldut know It until he snw a grown boy of nine teen walk In nud call his wife 'mothi'rl" nnd he look oi> a bll for not being told beforehnnd. But he's fairly fool¬ ish nliout the lioy now.' tiald the house keeper scorufiilly "I'erhnps he Is a good boy. Juliet,"" '-(1, I suppose hi'-s good enough, bill there's a dash In his eye and a curl to hlH Up that 1 don't like-It dou't speak much good, nuyliow." Five yenrs ridled on ami Mr Vllliars- stepson had gniwu t,i iniinhooil Apparently he was a frank, (riie- bearfeil person, but nwiiy benenllithe (mooth, bright surface Ihere dwelt u heart which was full of vice and do relt. His lips eoubl eniile and bis eyes beam kindly on yon even while his lirnin wns plotting some dark deed to rulu you \'esia, wh,i wns n,>w a beautiful girl of seventeen, n,lmlr,'il bis liriL-ht. llght- hi'nrted wnys. yet she saw -a some thing" alHiut hlui which prevenled her regarding him ns a slnceri' friend. What the "soniethlng" was shi-conld not telF she liked to fie with him, he was so gay, but she could never bring herwlf to thai swi-el Interchniu;,' of thoughts whb'h eiiiwlues hearts so dearly. Not so with her father he t*-ns pi'r fectly wild alioiii Ihe -'hnnrisome l..,y ' No one was half sii noble, half so truthful ns his "son Ix<ul«." His every nctbm. every Ihouitht. was know-a by the artful Louis, and bis dearest wish was that Vetta aud Louts would marry Louis seened to In- dcllchted at th," hlea, liut Vesia snid nolhtug, foi she did not at all like it .\nother year hns passed, ami V,- Li's elgh.eeuih blrlhday has .'oine .\ grand par.y la .o li« Inld in her honit»—the guests are already arriving — niusle nd laugh.er fill the air bril Bant-liut harkl a wild .ry rini.-s through the bulldtng. nud gnat coin-u slou is In the lower hall "What Is It?" all nskcl wli,lly ¦•Mr VUUnni has fallen lo Hi, i'-,.'; in a fll," Is the nns\T,'r, .\11 hurry downsinirs. .in,I tive. i,'n minutes psss Is f,,re Mr. Vllllars r h to Ihe Sea- L. Booz of Brlshd, ' eun., wlio died f^ liecaine « ll.iiiiii In New Jersey. 1 n-ceuily. It Is alleged, as 11 result of 1 Iniziiic received w-hllc a cndcl iu West Monlsiowr N. J,, iSpecinli.--The i ^.^ .^^^ This conr-e was tak.'U ocr the bmly hmu,l a hv- ,lays ag., in Black ^^,,^^, ^^j. „„. y,„i,„,.v ,-ommlii,',', wbieli his mother-s money that enul led he. ' -''wamp, four miles from this eity. has ,,.|,orI,.d in favor of allowing 'In- Wn;' fnther to b.'couie so wealthy, nnd uov/ t'c'ii bleniiliid as that of Herman Department Io , ,liiel 'lie Impilry It all bi'lougi',1 lawfully 'o iilni. Bins, who was Unowii as the Hermit Tbi Speaker appointed the follow.ng The fair young Ve.sln listened to ,f Wanong Moiinialn. F.ir thli-ty-ilve "l''"'''''''^,''-' ',''"^'i'''''\ "\';'.,,'';i',''"iv.oi bim. but said uothlng, but the next ' y„ars Bins bail lived a s.dllnrv Ilh. on , '^::'':^.^^^X H ivv-n Drigg" morning she was nil-ssiug- This didn't |,„ „,,„ „, ,u,„.,.aMiuiia Mouuuiiu. II "' ' ' annoy Louis; he told those who In iinired afi,'r loT that she hud gone away ou a visit Vestn had been In Boston two ,Iays •"'"''' aud had not yet succeeded lu geltiiig '*'"^ """''' ''"• app,'m'am,' on Hi unyihlng to do. iiiiuniiiiln in |m;.'i. He llien wore a u'ra; She Is tired and weary, yet she can iiuil""rm ''""l "" i' were Hie stars o uot give 'ip the seari'h; she must lind WASIIIM1TI» ITKMS. Capiain Dy.r. of tbe enilser Bnlti- i ni.ire. Is to i-etli.., I Dl-iiilow-nnces m"»inntiug lo ji7-J.(sll ' wen- uiiide by Hie auditing division : of the War Deparimeni lu the ae- I loiints ,,f ,'xp'-'li"ir,'s by V. (7- Bmli l,..ni., f..riii.'r Din'.t.ir of Posts lu ______ ; Cnba. „. , , ,^ ,. ,c.,.,>i»iv Tha-' Consul Doiv writes from TnhlH thnt -txnshlnpion- D. C. 'f=P^'<""^" " T^^^* 1 „,„ i'J,a,,ds ,f Knm and KIniatnn, have House passed n resoluilou fpr Ihe file \ ,^^ .,j ,,„|„.x,.,i py France, poluiinent of a special comuiltjce of : |-|.i,,,„is ..f Bepresentative Boutelle, live fo investigate the death o/Oscar , of Maine. Ill in nu asylum, will iutro- rhe War Board and the House Committee to Ac. Report «r Colonel Mllla Slalea Inreitlga ll.iu shnwa That the (adat fTaa Nut Maltrrateil. Cornelius Vanderbilt Lcfl an Estate Appraised al $72,500,000, Re-I,limr> share of Alfred Will lie a44,- ftlMl.OOO — lianilsono- nlfl For Ihe Olher Heir.. New York CIt STATE NEWa Mnoa- 111 Ihe .\,llrondaek. .\t the regular nioulhly n,vs llie Fisheries. Came and F,,r,'si Cuii nilssbin 0 coniniunb-atbju was ri'celvtsl .'roni Wllllnm C Whltn.'y, ot New V,,rk City, vxiinssini; a lively Inieri'st In 111.- proposition to liiirinlnci' iuo,ise into tbe .\din,ndack forest, anil ofTer- ,ni: 1,1 r,'n,ler any nsslstan,',' possible •o seciir,' n successful result. Mr. Wb.ltnev advls,,! Hie commission that iiimh like lo sw elk TIIE S.VII13ATII SCflOOl ling of INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR DECEMBER 16. fntderl : Zaceheua Ihe I'uhllean, ala.. 1. .o-<iol<1..n Teat : l.nke \1«.. 10—Mem .iry \ rraea, 8-10—Coniinenta l^ay'a Leaaon. lbs 1 "And pasaed through," "Was ii«»s- ing ihn.ugh. • (K. V.) Zai-cheus evident¬ ly l'V.'d m (he. e,(y, riding, of the «p- left by Hie late Cornelius Vanderbilt tilso lutniduceil iiiui the fori'st, nnd I'l'i'ivh of Chr/sJ and Uw apQutles mu»t .¦etnat was 'ar remove,I fnnn other inn,nil babltalioiis. It was foiin.l in brlgadier-i^eiieriib Though a .' ., . . , , , ,. , ...nil then, he s,','iii,',l p.-.-inalnrel .something to do to keep herself from ,„. ,,„„,,.„. ,„„, p;, ' ,„„„,.,,,,,.„ '*''"'^'"*'' would never SI '.Ik. and ho had no ' Brooke. Col Turning from the wludow with n leiiling. with any one when, il could heavy sigh she snys. "I will ausw-er be avoided. He In ,i sutliiient uniney Hint ndvertlsemeut; perhnps 1 shall be i" live his slmpl,. Uf,. on Ih,' uiouU' more fortunate this time." : minslde. Tying on her black crape bnt over ! "''"' '''"* ''"- '"' liunied. and neai' her .soft, golden-hrowL curls she left '"^ ''"',''" ''I' ',""' ", '''"''" '''"'"i''"" . , ^^, I when' he rab-i'd produ.,' f,ir himself. '' '" '",' „. , , Camp.'rs fn-inieiiily heard lilin plaving Soon she was on ^^ashlngton street, „ ,.|„,|„ „,, „.„„ ,,(, „„|f,„.,„ „„,| nu,I nfier n wearisome, long wnik un- -ti-,i|,s hir yinrs. When It was worn dor the hot sun she stood before Mme. ' om he ilressed in linniing elolhes. (L—a grand mlUluery estatdlshment- \ Tin y,'ars after h,' s,,til,',l on ibe With a pnlpltatlug henrt she enten d, monniain his \\i\- story I'ain,' out. when ami lu her soft, silvery voice told her ^yilllii eri-and. 1 ' nion But, ulns! tho snino henrt-slckenlng, soft words met her here as they hail done every place else, f,-,,,,, ,1,,. c.nn.,!,,,-;,,,. ,-,-,-o,-,ls thai -'.My di-ar, we are Just full. Fm so H,.riiimi Bins was i-nilibil to his shoul sdfry. If you hud been a little sooner, der straps. but Just thluk of It, llfty girls have Bins enlisle.l as a minor officer so.m been employed this morning. Bather "f''!' Sumier. nml nise rnpidl warm day, my dear." ""' ''l"se of Hie vv Vestn answered not, her henrt wns '"''"'' "'^ brigndii'i too full; nelHier did she notice the I.r Il.'rmnn Itiii' I,,' ha,l won lb, lie hail l.,','n a wellio-ilo planier In Mlddli' C.orgin While 111 the front his iwo lllile ebi! klud-fa,-ed ohl laily, who looked so iiren ¦ dn-d. Then Sherman manbed pityingly upou her us she turned to the lo Hie sea and Blns's pbi..' was In Hi' d.nir. track of desolation and ashes marked As she stood upon the sidewalk n Hie sit,, of his home. Mrs. Bins Join,,! lUtle while hand was laid upon her """ n'fug.'.'s who Hod behire the on shoiiMi'r, an.l ii kind voice nskcl; ' "''""'' '¦"'¦'"l' "f th,' Federals, and hei lenih foUi ".\re you really In need of work, dear child'r" "In ni'1,1," repeated \'esia, looking Into Ihe obi linly's fai-e, "my life ,le- pends ,111 niy gi'ttlLg It." ¦".\w you really so poor ns that. IN. Y,i nnd .llayion. iN, Y i (".ibiliel .Mills. Superintendent of the .Military Aeademy. has eiiien'd Hie I.r..11.1,'St ,1,'nlal. based on nil iiiM'Siiga lion made by himself, of the n'poried b.izinu'. The Seereinry ,)f War has rray iransmitte.l C.ilonel .MlUs's repori to ; of the House Cominilti'e oil Miliiaiy Ai¬ ling fairs. It is aei'oinpani,',! with Hi,. old. siiit,.|ii,.n'. that h," has app.,iiile,l a he boanl I'on-lsting of .Mii.lor Henei'al 1 Hlllespie and Colv/n,'! 'lous lo meoi In \\est i'oiiit on Dec,'ni tier l.-i. or as s,ioii as possible H,.'r,'af ler. (o Invesilgaie noi only the B..,./ , ase. but also the meihods v.mployed in tbe .-\cndeiny to pn'veut h.izing. Colonel Mills snys he had no per -ouiil i;nowli.ilge of Booz. whose n'eoni at III,' Acad,'my he siibmiis i,i donioti siriile tln-n- was no nieilb'iil ,'V|.lem'e ,ir any nilsH-eatmeiit. but his reslgmi- li.in was aiirlbiited I,i wi'iik ,'y,'s ami a poor rei'onl In sindles. Having eare- fiilly iinestloned caib'ts who wi'i.. a vi.|,.ran of tin rlii-ssmales of F-.ioz. Colonel Mill- Iin.Is lt..il .\ilmila in lS7.''i. Hie ,'a,b'i liiul no Irouble jirior lo Aii- iim ho saw Ihe uani,' ; gust d, ISP-i. wli,.n h,. liinl n list light, in .'Oil lion wilh a wliness..il 1.^ sr; eiidets. all ,if whom iv,'siigiile,l and found are now in Hn' .Xeademy. Ibioz had n'plbil lo a.lviee given by one of 1..,' ,'nili'Is In a nianm'r Io In ,','iis,' ilu'in. hi'ii,',' Ihe light. Tw.) •bissmnti'S of Booz 1,'stify It.ioz in. vit,',l tli.'in to atieml Hi,' lluhl; Hnil In' vv,'nt I,) It and eiigng,',l in ll willingly, nn,l in Hi,' oi'ginning was Ihe aggres. sor. All II ndels lestify Ihal the i'lU'ounter was short, of lllile -..verily, lind Booz was In no wii.v Injured oi niarke.l. ¦In vb'W of ill,' iibi.v,'," snys C,.loii.l Mills. "I b.'lleve ihat the eharge so of tell n.ltbrated Ihal "("a.let Booze wa- i iici-'ed OIII ami made to fight and w.i- br,ually wounded by an obb r nnl slronger ciiibt' Is faN.' ami iiiihimi.! 10 nor money, " reminded Ih,. "I hiiv,. n,.|H„'r hoii: relurneil V.-stn. sadly. "Your parents, ih-ur? ohl la,ly. '-.\i-e ih'ail," sutibed Vesm, the .t^nrs flowing from h .il exposure ami bardsblp Bins n'tnrn,',l to bis iilanlallon le lind only the graves of his ehlbl-.'ii ami 11,'ar Hii'lrs that of bis wn'o. who-. b..ily fallhful slaves bad larri,',! to the plantmlon and btirie,!. It was not until .Mr, Beck,'r inforniei! thi'iii ih.-n ll,.' fri, n,Is of (o'liornl Bin- kiiew what hail li,','oim, of him, Kr' forts were made lo reeall him to ib.ir gin, but he n'fnsed i., I..iiv.- bis lint pi lb., nioiiiiiiilns. Col lllsl,n II ttiili' nn,. knows h, death II iifoiiiiiiiin 111 a 111 elinie l.l hi- av fnnn tin .1,1 bad li,."n iwlng from hiT ,'yes. cj lrt,iiiiiliiiii home. The ea'nn bad h,' "Cinie home with me, nml I win In iislns fully a month or iiiore. It iK'lh'ved ami 111,' ..Wl ii.inilenl lo di bill' 'll .1.1 vmi.bn.l idenlllUv see whiit can lie done for yon! Here, dear, Ihls Is ui.v currhige, step lu; we shall drive for home, Edward!" Half nu hour after Vesta sat In a beaiilifiiUy furnished room In Hn. niblsi of silks and laces. Uhl .Mrs. lirviu hml engaged her'for a month to do seivlug fyr her twi ilanghters, (Ine afiern.ion. two w-eekt, after, \','-ta sat In Hie ganleii talking to Ilt¬ lle Agnes' Frvin, mi,I so liil,'r,'st,'d were they with each olher Ihat they did not hear Ihe approaching footsteps ami started to their feet wlnei ii low, iiHisl.'iil vol.'.' snbl "(b'oil .Veiling, Miss Fr\liil Is this wli..r.. y..ii ar.' hl.ldeiiV ¦Y.'-.^^ I'.'pll.'.l .Vgnes, guyly, ¦¦when Fill w'H^Miss Vllllars I like to go to -,,111,' pbi,',' when I shall have her all to myself but forglv,, me. I'd for gotten you wer,' no' ac,|ualuted: This Snimnie Conri lo have tin Is Mr, l.iiwsoii, .Miss Vllllars." nil Trnsi illssolved, Ab.int Vesiii blushed under his admiring later the allegallons in tl gaze, but In a few moments she recov- w-ero siistiilneib en'il herself, and Hie two spent a very '''I"'" i' meeliug of sto.-kliolders was iileis'int evi'iilni.' ' '"ll.-'l .'ni'I " liiiuidaii.'ig board eon- Tliii nnintli passed, bn, Mrs, K.-vin ^^ '" ''"'"' " "¦"''<•''">>•¦¦'; •> NF , , ,1 . , . I'lagler and oihers. iipin.lined to wind nnd her daiighier would not hear of ,„, ";,„. ^,„,,j,.^ ,„- ,,„" „|,^,„^ -,,,,„ V,.siii having, and she was only too ,.,„„,„„„- ,„.s, set np ihe .lalni' ihm it glad IO stay. was impo-sllile p. elos,. np Hie bnsine-s The Bummer passed away and gohlen of so great a eoneern In iln- time .,1 autuiun ciine, still Vista wns with bitieit Mrs. Ervln. nml now sh," ivas more ''''i" Judges of Hie .•^npi'i'iiie Com t Ilk,' a companion than a hired seam- ' '!.-'-ll'i''<! i" ''M,-n.l Hi,' Hin,' Abont _^,,.,^_, live nml one halt years Inler. on N.i- inl„.r II is;i7. F, S Moiiueti. ilieii STANDARD OIL WINS IN OHIO, The Sii,irrilie Ciiirt lierii.ea In I'uulah I- K.ir < iinleiniil. C,.11111.Ill,-, Ohio iSpeiiali,- The Sit jiniii,' Coin I disnilsseil lb,. pr,i,','ed ings briiiiu'lii by former .-Vlforney (o'U oral Moiineii. ebarging the .Sliimbin' on Company was in eonlempi for hav lug falleil III I'omplv Willi an order D sued in ISIO ilireeling n dlssolullen ol Ih,' Slamlanl Oil Trust. -pl,,' court wns ,llvl,Ie,I i-c-nly. but nmb'r a nil,, of Ihe Coiui. Hie fiilliiri of a ma.iorlIy (o siisiain ihe iuforimi lion lu eonlempi is. In etfeel. a di- missal of the proeeeilings Tb,' litigation against H,,' Siamlar.l on Compmiy. wliieli is thus i losed. I..- gun in May. l.siHi, when Aliornev i b ti nil D K. Waison bronglit suit in lb.. Simi.bir.l petlHini On Ibe tes'iiiiony of H m..1 i.nel Mills iils.i pniiioiiii.'.'s lis Ibl' eliarg.' Ihal iH'l.'r Hie light was poured down Bo.iz's ihioai, Im medialelv following Hie .'monnier, a.' .'.mlliig t.i I'ob.n.'l -Mills. U....Z h-11 Int. ih.' contempt of his h'lbiw eadels in e..iisi'i|iii'n.'i' of 11 n'port that he li.nl been giilliy of an iiiitruth in eiintriiillci Ing a report by a eorporal of tbe guard. and nls,I I aiise be had shown little ,-plrii in Ills pght. GOV. BECKHAM INAUGURATED. Ccrenoinie. the »Io«t Klahoralc Seen ll Krnlueky For .Many Yeara. Frmikforl. Ky. (S| iiili, (biveriioi Bi-ikham was Inaugurated for a i,'rin of iliree years. The ceremonies were the inosi elaborale witnessed In lhl> Sime In the present ,Ii','n,le. When till' Inaugural procession rea,'hed thi One In'auliful aulumnnl evening she sit 111 111,' library singing softly to her- s,'If wln'ii .Mr l.nwsou eutered nolse- le-sly mill whlspi.n..I: -Vestal dear Vestal I " Dou't nsk me lo tell you what he sabl. It -vas too sweet for nny,iue to hem- but Vesta's dear self, and In'Sldes. I ililiik Villi have some one den- to whisper I bos,, sweet worils t,i yourself nt Iwlll-.'hl, ami you can Imagine what Mr I.awsou sabl M beautiful V.-sta- Slx w.-eks after tliat mitumnnl even Im: V.sta wns ., I.rid... ami lb., beloved mi-iress of Mr, l.aw-..iis ..b'grnt iirs In pass.'.I sln.-e V.'sia b.' Mrs I.awson. ami Louis still re. in Fr.'derb'kion. ami diu's not H b.'ie Vesta Is. nor does it tninble bin, II.' has t.ibl Ills frb'Uds that "she has marrb'.l well in Hie Siat.'S." little dr.'aming bow truHifully he spi'aks. lie Is far rl.'ber mnv Ihan Mr. Vllllars vvas. ami seems to be very happy with ills y..iing fanill.v. Til,Is .lo Hie wb'kiid sometimes pros ;.. i;__l.ui w.. fth.inbl !»• charitable, ami ,,.,t w,sh llieni ill, for In the nexi-'orbl Hod shall ih'ul with Iheni Justly, ami lln.ir misery t«ill he great. Vesta is happy, and althongh she has told Iier husband of Loulss i\c lions, she expri'ssi.l n wish that he woiihl take no I.'gal proceiMllngs. and be loves h.'r too well not lo gratify Ih.tt wish Sli.. thinks Cod is Hie liest o... to deal with Louis Huulinglon.- New York News .VTiorneyiO'liornl. filed informiiHon In Ihe Snpreme Conri, iilleging ilial the Slmidmd (III Company had not i om piled Willi Ihe ile.'n'c of Hie Conrt and nsk.'.l llial iis ortleers be .'lied for coii letiipt Th.. ileeisloii Just huudi'il ,lowii i- til.' result of .Monueirs motion. I'orl.i Klin'. Aarieultural Kra.iur.'sa I'll.' Presid,'Ut traiismitte.l i.. Con gross ..\i,.mled reports mi Hie agrletil lural res.iu'^.'s of Porio Kb-o. wlHi speeiiil ;. I,',, to the .'sialillslimeiit then' of an agrlculiural experimeni si.iiion Professor Kuapp. wlio ion dn.'ieil Hie Inipilry ho- Hie .^grbultural Deparinieiii, urges that Imme.llaie an t.'iition 111' given to promoting the jiro dii.'tion of larger and better erops ,,( .'..fTi-e -ii_'ar and tobaco. ami of foo.l proilni'is for home I'onsumpiion, Later, ll" advisi's laklDg up Imrti.'iillure. for . -try. animal inilustry au,t ilalryliii; I easnr I.lanil Nanir.l Anrvi. -|'l,.' nam. ..f 1.,'agu.' Islmol Niivv Vanl will b. . hanged i.. thai .,f Ww I'bila,b'iphia Navy YanI The n'us.in fot Hie ..hmige of name ,- Hie .onfii -ii.ll b.'iw.'en League Isliiml YanI an.l -ll. M.ir.' Islmid YanI In.llan. Hire l'|> Their Ke.er.alion. Til.. .•<.., n.tary of Hie In.erior has sent to the lions., of Itepn's.'n.aiiv,-- ai Waslnnglon an agn-i-iii.-ni with Hie Klainath Indians lelimini-lnni; the;, r.'-.'r- iition ;ii i )rei:..n Stat.' Capitol It ath ol oHlee win ii.lmlnlsii'n.l io the (fovernnr by Chief -liisil.e Ilazelrlg;,' mid later the liov ermii' rev lew.'.1 the State troops, (bivernor Bei IHiaiii. In his mbln'Ss, dill iiol lifer to Ihe ninrder of William (loebel, but lll.V,,led liimself entirely lo Slat.' mati.'rs He promlseil the Slate a elemi and holiest a.lmlnistra Hon, and said It would be bis p,.l.,.y 1.. k.'i'p the State Ciiaril In absolute si'biir.llraibiu lo the civil authority. SMALLPOX SPREADS IN IOWA, Thr s,„„r,(a (an.e. Alarm at Man) I'lilnt. In tlip stale. Hriunell. lowu iSpeelilli -rile small pox seourge whieh spread over Iowa i.i-l year lias again brok.'ii onl at sev .nil points In the wisii'rn ami mirth Wesiern parts of ihe Stnie mid ihreut ens to beeome uiore widely dlsseiuln ated than before .\l 111,' presi'iii tune Hie .Us. as.' ,s pn'valent ai many points The medl • al niithorltles are enfoning Hie imist stringent liuaranllua: r,'giilatloiis in the inf.'.'ieil districts. Kugland'a Hague Arlillnra. 1.111,'cn Vb'iorlH's a|ip..int,,,ei,ts i.i i Internal,oniil .Vrbiiraiion Court n Lord Pauncehite. Sir Fdwnnl Mai Hie lale Brilish Anibas-ador lo ib nimiy Si, Fdwanl Fryi . a torn l.or.l Jn-ii.s. of Appeal, nn.l I'r..h's- Jolin W..st|ak.'. Pn.f.ss,,r of lin. nan..nnl I.iiw ai Cainbri.lg.' Fnlv, sin.' l.ahQ. ITorld. ilinaleneil with a -frike -fiv over*, then he s|veaks a i^v: wonts I FilWn nails and slend.r w rps Frtulnlnr llraul.l. Pride hubs in the curv.'d nostrils :i sensitive wontnu. H.'iilth is the mother and urengib Hon of Colorad--, the faib.r of Nauiy later organizations It niaitfrs Utile what cobir are th. ' K m..veui.'nt has bis'ii sniri-.l iu X.w Ib.'y be el.Kiu.'iiI aU'l .-lear, ' "' '" ' ' inol.ir veb:. b- .Irivers .if Cbi.ngo hav.. organized a union Rea.hng ip.nn. Cuneils have iixe,l b-'irk lab,.f.-r-' wages at $1 .Vi p,-r dav of elgln h.iurs, One-h.unh ..f th.- laK.rinc isipula ' ' ¦ ¦ a,lb p. |. b.ng • I ^..rk City to organiz.. a Inl-.r nuion ..i and expires iu the middle of h.s fniv- Uls last words were these, siMken In a fsliering voie.-, while his , y, s rested on Louis's face.'wbo bent kind ly over him "Louts, you know wh.il I n,,iil,l Ilk" -rl can trust you take my pbi..' i.i Vesta-be kind i.. h, r -give—" .huih rialmed htm and the nst was uns],. ken. Two we^kf after tb.- fiiner.nl L.oiis ¦ a faint flus; asked Vest for her ban J, whicb she j Tlie vciee be , rvanis to se. \ir.' boiler tr, alni.'Ui Hiorter b.iin-s and ni reatb.n f..r d.ia, I sii.-a ivak pidnrr.'. P.eauiv with a ba I irvarh ia in d;.- .,,,.., Itailvvay wi.rk.-rs in r'.niiark have , ., . , u.a.b- a ,I.-inan.l f..: a on h..n; dav lo i-p-ak w, .1 .: v......en ixiiist sKsk .„.,, .,,„ „„.r,.Hs.. of wag. s , ^ . , 1 he X.nlonal Eiecuine Ih.anl .f A P'rf. .1 f.irm re.iuires the carrage ,i,e i,,,,,.,, >,,„., w.irkers ordered thai t a g...bless th. ass.ssnieut ..f iw. nty hve ..nts .i .V woiuan may luive a classic fa,^, uiouib for the supp.,ri .1 a hangdog vxiiresaiou to d,';oriu '^ a-.' wilh .N,,vemtier t. Th, Pennsylvlinin Enginevriug (-„ii A la'autiful sk.n alw.ivs has umler It I"*!".' •'*' .VeW'-astle. Penn . has ar n,iiin,<Hl a i,-u ikt . .-ni nshi. H.'n : 111.' foiin.lry deiwrtun-nr The state i trade la given as Hn rea*tiu. I'f tmfh music Hullan.l Not la Intrnrne. II..ll;in.l ha- no lnienti..n to innr Vine or l.l .irliiirale in Hie. Ho-r Br.i ish war Millli.na in War rialiii.. Th.' t'niied Sinies Conn ot i-biiti,- bas N'.'U giv,ug aiieiiiion to ehniiis of Pi'iinsylvauiii. .Main. New ILimpsh re an.l Uhoile Islau.I f.ir the pavmeiit ,.; interest of Hie sums i-Xpende.! by tb..s.. St«i..s in snpplyiug troops in Hi" <-ivil War, These .'lalms ami.uui m ab.iai «Jia»Vi««i ami if Ibl . as. « a deeld-.l luainsi the i;.iv.'rnin''n', oihi-r Sial.-» Will pr.'s, ,11 .bii;i:- ii.'.'r.-ira'iiiir -il-..ut Acrirullnre Tauehl in th. school. ri;,- s'u.l.v ¦¦'. MX.- ili'lir.- I- '.. lUiihi -II Hu- -.-hi".Is ..f -Minn.'.-ipo, Hear.-. Molhrr.ln-laiw Iteail. Mrs Mary 1, M. 1.. :iii ilo- m-.l:b. r oi lohn I! M.1-1 an, ..I 11..-"¦iiicinmiii En- piin r and ..! Mr. '.)''vv..y, the wife .f A.ln.iral D.wev .p.-.l lu Wa.hinL' inkers 'on, ..f a. ate heart nITe. tmn At ihe l.-rtsi.Ie of Mrs M.I.,.au when tin end am.- Were i.er daugbiers Mrs Dewi-y and Mrs I.udb.w He wife ..f Beai'- Aduiirnl I.iidb.w. h.r m.u, John U- M. I..-an mil Admiral Devv.y. bill lo have him retired ns n naval I'ap'iiiii, I.i, 111. i,:,,,I Lay H, Everhanlt was Ip;. .ini...l .vecnlive otii.i r of Hie I. b.ib'iisbip St, Miiry^s S'-nai'ii' I'rve inn-o.ln.'ed Hie Slibi- sul s'.iv bill mi.l a.blrepsed till; Sen- l; AIXM'TI'ili ISI.ANnS. lb, iiipinn' .if snpplies and lb eiipai I n.'W I'liilippiiii'S m-e iiiimer volvlim ncimil lighting piiluls iu the Ills, those In ,'oniparailvely is valneil al !!:7L'..-,iKi.iH«i Of .his lf,-,2.- ' '''';"^'' '•;,«'^'' " "";"''"''; "' """"' ""', iiials to Ihe Stale h,r Hi,' piirp, ' .aHi.otKi IS iH-rsonal nnd .fJo.iaio.iaNireal '.,,|,i„„|„i; ,|„, ,.x,n.r pr,,perly, .\s mm b of tbe properly Is vvbl.'h Mr. Wliiiiie.v ofr.'rs nr,' n.iw a In si,„.ks and bonds the valiiallon Is : Part "f tb" berd iinarten-l on bis ,, , , ,. ,,.., -., ,,„... ._,„,. I I-viiox hirm. -file conimlssbin adopli'd maile on Wall st,-eel s closing I'Hcos | ,^ _.^.^_,,_,,|,^^ ,|^^^^^^.^^^. ^,_. ,^^,,^,|_^^,^.'^^,^. of Hie ilay Mr Vanderbilt died. In |,is interest in tbo ninfler. nml Messrs. Si.pieiiiher. isis.i. It is inui'li gn'iilei ( Wadsworih. Woo.l ami Mlildlelon now fiiUv iweiiiv per cenl. Ou Ihc wer,' deslgnal,',! as a spe, in] I'ommlf- basls of the ollb'ial appraisal. Alfreil ' 1,'e t,. ...iif.'r with blm. Hwyiiii.' Viimbrbllt. as resblunry lega- j . . _ I,',' ami Ina.I of Ihe house of Vnnder j „,,h Mlaer a Fan,, l.al.orer. 11, ni'i'lve ns bis share of the, yb-ior W-|lll|nns. an ,',','.iiirlc mbser, f,'I"'""'""•' , , ag..,l elghty-liV.'. was h.iin.I ,1,'nd i'l IL-isf.n.ii.'k. 1,'L-nl n'lin'senia- , p,.,, „, ,,„, ,,„„s,, ,„¦ clarence Whittb'r, 11 D,-|iaiiville. where he had been stay- bilt. oiler, mad.. Ihls Fiv. ... Ill,, smallest giinbo.ils iu the N.'W lb.. .Minapolis. Hie Vlcksburg. tbe i-r..p,' lb'. W,.tiipatuck aud the I'.-.aia.pia were onlered lo Ihe Phll- 11 ;bni's to lb. paiiiil iliilv, ¦riie Porto Hi. an Ilousi' of Didegntes was organized. Sen.a- Manuel F. Uos -y being eli'i'1,',1 Spi'iiki'i', Coveruoi Ubn's in.'ssage was veil received. Tin-.-,, .¦..iiipl.'i,' .Irafis of n ,'ouslitii I..11 f.,r Cuba wen siibniilted at HuV' tlv,. of .1 sinfemenl: "Wo have lixi'd tbe valnmion of Hi person ll properpv ..f Hi.' late Coriiellu Vmiderbili at .•i.VJ..'-.ihi.iHio I repr.'s.n lb,' Slat,.. iin,l my tlL-lit hns b.'.'i, fo Its high a lux as ibis Stat,' is ,'ntiil,-,I ; 1,]^ vvics 1 1,. umler III,' law 1 am gla.l at bisi III say Ihal mi ai:ri'eiiieiii bus been n'aehed with Anderson .V Amlerson lepresentlng Hie heirs of Corni'lliis \'iiii,h.rlilll. ami III have preeevled llini Since the raieiog of L'l'irus. a short tune before Ihls, (ho /e' elk '¦""' ".^ ''eaua liBil spn'aj throughout this part ot the c.nintry. nnd nianv were onx. lous to r,ce Iliin, 2. ".A man naine.l Zaeelicua." He was .1 .lew by hirih (v. !)), but Kraiiac he had engaged lu a buaineaa so iufamoua in th* eyes of the Jews, h.- wa- cnnaivlereil as a mere 'hen.lien. V 7. Zaceheui ia the Creek fonn of .he Hebrew "Zaceai," and iiieana "pure. " The ineauing of his name lias in iilmip coiUraat with lii» character, which scniB to have Iieeii liaJ. for he con- lesDod lo .Teaiia that he had, nt leant In some caseii. taken niiiney from hia fellow- tovinsnien hy swearing fulaely against iliern bef,,re the mngislralea. ''Chief I..-. .' „. „ ,„L„ n, 1,1.. """¦"'« ""' publicans" At Jericho was "","" ,,1,',. "'CKs. in ms Uaied one of Ihe principal custom-houses, iiiir days « lUiiims, lUsnppolnted in i',,,, ,„,u. in halaam was extensive, and one love affair, devoied liinise f to Zaecheu. vvaa evi.lenlly superintendent of umuhiHiiL- money, lie worked all ,1,,. ux eollee-tors who had the oversight life lis a farm liiliorer and loaned „, ihe revenue derived from thnt article, link lo his ,'mpl,iy,.rs. Ink He was rich. - And like many rich men ig HOP'S ami niorlgiiges as security, hal noi slways come honeallv by his 'reseiilly he owned Hie farm on whieli money. It was no credit fo him that he 11' was ,'ni|doy,',I. an,l by ih'uTe,' ¦am,' Into possessb.n .if dozen; Is end- j Hii'iii. but In- iiinliniied lo hired inmi hir bis teiimil and lo.lgliiu- with lliem. he was rich. ixn.KSTic. I'll" banb-bip Iowa and tbe crnlsei Pb'bidelpbia sailed Inini San Diego riib. hir Souiii Americmi ports, Ceneral .Yriluir F. .Marsh, eonvicleit of I'ompbciiv In ihe Michigan Sinti iiiilliary friimls. paid ihe first ItUXIO of bis JoiHiil Iin,'. .\ piit'ib n for ,1,.faulting Stale Treas Ulel' Barih'y. ,,! Nebraska, is hopeil ho. .•<:!,-i.iiiKi having been raised to piisb -Plie liri'nking of lb iniiniied ,b.a,l ; lo.k over the estate was bn.light about , at 11 i.|infi.r,.m'e li,'l,l a few ,1avs ng,i. 1 lit Wllb-h 11 was d,.,'ld,.,l thai' rail,,.. I /¦"•'•llllnn of .1.4 state Tiea.ury. Himi iiinke a light In the courts to sns | I be inosi mitabb' fa.t In stale Treas- inln Ihelr i-lalms as to valnaiion tbo i "''''' '''""'1^'"'•¦< mmmil report Is n gain : execuPirs Wonbl necpt Ibo Ugnns i "'~ *-'"""'""<' lu Inherllam'e lax I'oll,',- nxi',1 by Hie n.presentntives of Hie j !'""" ."'^¦'¦'' '""'•• "'' '1'" .^"'"' I"'""''"' ; Slate Coninilb'i-. Mr, Hasbn.m-k. '"*•'- Hcveuue was r.'celv.'.l ns follows: 1 E-\ecuI,,rs ,if Hi,' Vmiderbllt estate -Fiscal Years.- - ' have held Him Hie persi-inal pmiierlv I Isiis Il'l. IS'.W IlKlo. i of the I'siaie shonlil 1.,. mined 111 JPC I l'''b'-"'tm'mi "f Fxcise J-l.rd.'.'-.'fl J4,-.!;i-VS70 1 ;io,i.M-.-,,|C,, -pi,!.- wonbl have imiile the i [,',".''i'7','''" 'i' I nggn'giiie iransfer tax i.i be paid l.i: i,,f;i!r'it.i'„,v", ,' the State .<l!ip,-J.lS. Hy his deti'rmlne.l i i,„i,i„, '„,]-„.,, ',, light to see Jeans," Al this lime ork as a Za,vlieu» niuat have had conviction of sin, boarding "c wns not sntisHed wilh riches and hia .li-lioneHi. waked life. "Who he wn.." He|„,rls of the miracles and leachinga of lb,' liivat Prophet were curn-nt, and there IV a- great exeitemciit on all hanvlt. But probably the thing that interested Zae- , lieus more than all else li'ils that Jesus vvas paying especial attention to the pub- leans --Couhl not for the ci-ovvd." (H, \-l This was the erowd that surrounded Jesus after He had healed blind Barti- iiniis; the people were all praising God. l.nke IS: 411 .Teaus was walking among :illil Ibl tn.lb- iit..rn.' It nr Irby. of Soiilh Cam s b'.nie in I,at,reus. S orii ,.n S.'ptembi'r P Stale Con i\ 1,1 $,-iL llllell. Apprai 111, iiibi niii.l. was kilb'.l foiirili -Illl ill New York City Frmik .X- Dti Hi V..i'l; Cbv. ,'stitiiii .-i.'iU. William .M, ;i J..Ill N Y, .Miinlli ioili reiilrnl Hall y fulling fnnn f \ of bis residenci . linikers. of Xcm Ihat tlieir Iruslei lines, nibbed then t. h.rnier iiistruc llliiarv S.'b.Mil. n- < found d.'a.I at .'i Den 111 was due to William Win Henry, grnndsou of Palrlek Ileiirv. and n member of the \lrg ,|n liar, died nl Ulchmond. Vn. II M. Ilmiiia. bnither of Senator llmiiia. has given Ihe Lakeside Hos¬ pital, at Cleveland. ('Iilo, $Sl,.si.-ni. I'll,, i.iwn of Xiishvllle. Ark., had a Jloo.oiHi 111',., wlilch orlglnati'd In Hie iipera Hon-,', slninted In a block of fninie bnlldlngs. Boston olli,Inls siarfed n crusn,Ie agaliiM biieki't shops and swindling -Invest,iieiit" eompanles. Be.'alls.' III.' girls fllrt,',I w-lth the iii,',lical siiiib'iits ii.niss Hi,' way. th,' lioanl of lalnenllon closed the West Side Iliali S.'bool. m Chicago. Pn.f.'ssor F. A. Starr, of Chicago Fniversliy. was nenrly killed In nl- teniiiting to board n sireet enr. Ceneral Bandall is building a harbor of n.fnge ai the moulh of X e Blver by eonsinii'ting a long ami sutistnntlal breiikwaU'r, Th,' .Massai-bnselis Supn'ine (%iurt il,','liled Ihat It Is Illegal to sell Iliiuor between Iho lionrs of 11 p, nl. and (1 a 1,1. in the Stale. Near Cbiirlenii. Penn. the miitllnted bo.lv ..f a mm, waslied iiii by the fl,iods was exbiimed, rile polli-e think It mi-wers Ibe ib'si'rlplbin of Oeorge Hill, who lias b.'i'n missing two year'i FOItEKIN. Tbe Norwegian (biveriimeni savei nearly 1?7oii.ikio from Ils iinnnni bud get. and the Ti-easnry now- holds . .-s.S.IHKI.IHKI. A lamlsli,!,, nt KrngeU. Helgoland, ilestroyi'd mmh property. J i: De Jong, of Hie Worcester Ad i.'in-.i .1 pr..-Ib...r paper, was nr i.-'i.l at fape Town. South .Mrlcii. on .'biirL-i - ... s.'.liibin and crlmlnnl libel. 11. was r.'l.aseil on llllil. He reserved 111- d.'fcnsi', I'll.' :tn.li;..| Comniiilee of the Cer man Ihielisiag .'ulopled n nioll.m for :iii iml.'inniiy for Hi.' ilispauh of Hie , \|.'.liii..11 n. China. lb.- .„,i,'r liarbor al Tiikii China, wn- fnizi'ii ,ivi.i, and fifly ves-els were fast in the be .\ lire 111 Hie arsemil at Cherlionrg. Iiaii,-,., ib'siroyed several workshops an.l a nnnibiT of lilstoricnl relics. In .'In.ling -Niipole,Ill's lanm-h. Th.. daiu- ag. done s estlniiiied al J.iKloissif, .\ralii Pasha, wh.i made su.h a ler ritb' fight againsi the Hrlllsli In Kgyiil 111 IKSJ. ,111,1 wli,i was defeated, cup tiired and exiled n. C.yl.in. hns 1 n I,,.r,..,ii,'d He reiiirn Io Egypt, llie lineen's speieb ill'ehn'cl Ih' pn sent Session of Parlbiment was iiilb'.l -..l.'lv I., pn.vide iiM.ney hir lb' fbiirbs D or i-r. iitinoini.'.'.l tli.it Hi.' liu'iir lip..11 b.v Hie lawyers hir the Slnle ami II;.. eslale were sall-hielorv lo blm. The Viimlerblli millions will beappor- 1 Hoiii',1 iiinong the heirs bi'fore Hie boll : ilays and will ,',,nstltul,. III,. ri,'h,.st j Chrlsimas pr,'s,.|it ,.v,'r ,lisn'lbuii',I m ; Iho mi'inbers of iinv fanillv iu Hie I world. I -I'he eslale w-IU be ilistributi'd miioni', j Hie heirs In Ilie hillow-iiig inaniier: -M- fn'il Vamh.rlillt's shan', f-W 1 which be reclves as n'sblnary 1,'ga 1 lie. S.-17.iHm,iHiii: Corni'lliis X'amb'rblli. 1 lf7,.'-iiiu.iliKi: b'L-iieles III Cliidvs ami Iteg- Inabl. ,'aeh. .«7.,-iIIii.ihkI; .Mrs. Oornellus i Vandei'lillt. Hll' widow. .Sll.iKiil.iKHi, and Ibe n'liialndei of the mlUbins ivIU be iipporiloned among Hie friends of tbe late Corni'lins \anib.|bilr who wen. reim.niber,.,t In his will, executors, clnirllles, servnnis, et,'. EACAN RESTORED AND RETIRED, I'reHhIenI Iteinila Ihc I'neiplr..il Term of Ills Suapenalon. Wnslilnglon. D. C, (Spciali. -Brlgii- dl,'r-(;,'n,'ral Chnrh's P. Engan, Com nilssary Ceneral. I' S. A., senh'ucc.I by coun-marlliil to dismissal from the nniiy for abusive Imigmige to (Jeuernl Nelson A. .Miles, his superior, aud Piibli. Willi nothing to distinguish Him he oihers "Little of stature," Be. if this /ae.'heus eould not see over XKbtSj 4ii.'-,.'.'4S ; ibe lieu,Is of Hie imiltiluile. Xsecheus is a \X\.m:^ .111.-1,4118 l.vpical eharncter, Ihe type of many who :',-ii«,n.Vl ¦J.il24..''sH 474.f,(l7 ;i.'-i(1.77S I L'.P.It.tlPJ 4.:l,14.HIVl rile liatancif In the Treasury Oclohot I. bsiiii. w-iis ,<I„')04,M I. mill r.'celpis Pi Oeiober 1. I! nil. iSHl'.i'<»d,>^'v'i. making a total of .i;:til..''i11.i;PS Paynn.nls of $-J!l. L'-JI.sP.'i were tiiaile and on Oclober 1, P.ioii. Ibo biilan,',' on haml was !|i7.L\Sll,- I'ropnae,! Il.iapttal For Cunauinplives, Tbo n-pori of Ihe Board of Truslees of the State llosplinl for 111,' Tn-at- meni of Ineipleni Pnlmonarv Tuber- I'iibisls has bi.eii n'l'civ,.,! bv Hoberi W. llebbenl. Sein'larv of ih,. State f i Boanl of Charlth'S. I'l,,' report says Him Hie Irnstees si'lecte,! a sli,' al Hi,' w.sl ,.n,l of Lake Char. Franklin Coiiiily. wlibh is suble,'! lo Hie up proval of Ihe Slale Boanl of Ileiillh and the I'on'si Pn'serve Boanl The iriistei's hope Him the site may bi' pnr .'liiisoil at fnini .SIU.OIHI to $1L'.ISKI. r Ihe opinion Him a In wanting to seo Christ, but who am sinritnally loo short to see Him. 4. -.\nd he ran before." lie laid aaiilc liirt ilignity na "chief publican'* nnd ran ilong the road over which they were com¬ ing. "v"lliiili,',l up into a sycamore tree." I'n,),erly '"syconiore" as in R. V. A tne vvitli a short trunk and wide lateral brancliea. It grovrs to a large sire, some¬ times lo a circumference ef /ifty feet and is evergreen. The syeoinore tree is a typs of the means which nre provided hy which ive tiniy overcome difhculties. Zaccheus vvas in earnesi and did not nlUiw tho erovvils to Plop him. .•¦i. "He loolieJ up nnd snw him." While X.iceheiis had Hcciii-eil a iilnoe vhsrs hs iiii^ht see ,lesus he was maile h,i prominent llml .fcsiis couhl at ouce sechink. It was iiatinni enough for ,lesus to look At Zso- eheus. but Ihe Iruly divine port was in tb.it He fatlioiiieil his heart anil understood lis ]<,iigitig better tliati Zaccheus lumselt liii.l done "ZnceheuB." Whom Hs lud n in the flenh, nnd of whom He plial cannot be liiillt aud eipilpped uu- :I"'V' "'vi", i" i. ., ,.«« i u . lor ,'<'ii(iis)(i had probably never heard. Make hast* "'" ' _^____ and come down." Zaccheus had dssirsd I 111 sec Jesus, hut now he l| permitted to t I'lniverso with llim. Be that has a mind to know Christ shall i« known of Hiai. -To ,lav." II ia not known whether He shiiiped merely for a mid-ilay rest or tar- iii'il over night. "I must." A divine plan, lix ing every event in our Lord's ministry, "" ' Cliii'-l apiiiies the greatest principle to the "f , -iiiiillest duty. What was this "mustf" slop for .111 hour or (vro nn His way lo liovirnnr Appninta nn Imllan (oiniiilsalns (biv.'ruor Hoosevell tins appoluled lb,' f,,llowing I'otiimltlee to liivesflgate till' Imllmi ipieslion n-bitlve lo fbs abolllion of Ibe Indian Slate n'servn- Hons. Ill,' iuvesilgallon of Hie land It lies of Hie In,Hans ami tbelr elevnil III I'lilzi'iishlp: Philip C, Oai'n'll, Pbllaih'lpblii, I'.'iiii : Darwin It. Jmiii's ami Osi'iir S, Slriins, of New York ' b-rnsaleni and save n sinner. Noihing is i'IIy:D, C, Miley. ,if Lak,. .Mohonk. ami \ i,,,, trivial to be brought under Ihe doniin- Hie ItlL'hl Iti'V W D. Walki'r, of Buf ' i.,ii oi Inw, ami to be regulated by the di. hilo, vine will, li. "He made basic." He had not ej- Woiil.l SeKi-eBale Mnr.lere... ! lieeleil to have Ihc honor of being noticed, Siiperlnieiideiil of Sliile Prisons C ] nineli less lo onterlnin Hie Boyol Ciuest. \ ("ollins and Hie friends of prison reform w-IU mak,. amilli' r enrnesl et- hirl III pass n bill In the n,'Xt I.eglsla- Inr,. for Hie irei.tbni of a si'pnrnle prls,i!i hir erlmlniils under scnfeuc"' of di'lllh. The estlmmed eosl of such n blinding Is plaeed at between IflKl.lHMl and $4i).(l(KI. liastenH with j peif and re.eiv eeiviiig II im i. n.ei'ivin^ linn -"When Hii-y IV lo a e llini to hia ntn his saw il. iiw Him all due into his houss. house betokens heart. The crowd of Kill.'.l Fur (.1 Enraged beel allenHons lo hi llmilev. who w llns III. llalf.Slater. so Allien Lane pahl iwii liiilf-slsler. .lames In lovi' wllb Ibe girl. iiiuniuii'd by Iho Presldeiil to live years" suspeusiuq lews iiiiinnurcl. ll required cournge to 1 Hio iirijudicea of n nation, but ilesus iilvvnys had courage to do the light. "To l.e 1, giiesl." Thus lecigniiiing Zaccheus as 111 eipial, sinially. "A sinner." Publican was i,yiii.ti.viii..u. vi itli sinner and hcatlien. Ibe .lews illd noi keep pniiuises with mur- ilenrs, thieves and pnlilnuns. The synn. ,,,,,, , ., , . ,, , ,, , , k'ogiie's alms box iinist not rorcivc their HUed I.iine In Hie Wl s III Inisl \ nl , ,,|,„„ n „.„„ „„t |„„.,„, ,„ „,„ r;^,,,, „. ley. In Hie Ciitskllls. Later Ilanley ,,^(,.,.,1 Py ti„.,„, „„r could thev Judge ur sw,,n. out a warranl t,,r Hie nrn'st of \ ^,y^ testimnnv in eourl, llence we see a boy named .loslyii, lo wl he Iind : uliiii a bieiicli of ,K'«iali notions it wos ailmlii'd bis irlmi'. I |..r .I.-suh lo .-at with n publican, or be a , _ . j gne.t at his home. Kirai KlelKhlnu In the Calakllls. i "' "SIoikI." Hebire Christ and tbe Til,' lirst In.iivv snowfall ot Ihe sea- i "l"'8ll''" m"! wlistever giiesta^ were jires. -on bus oi'iurn'i'l ill the CiilskiUs and'''"'' 1 be half of my goods, etc. homo ,,,„,„„ ,._ ,,.,.,. I ,. „ 'i.,,,i, I eoiisiiler Ibis to nienii that ho had alrenilr ma lis re i.ov..i.eil to a ileplli ' , ,i i , . - / . ., ., 1 .1 'I..- but it 1(1 far more probable that . , oie iiioiiiiini IO. iiii. I'liii'ieii lo n iieo,i, - , ,,,.../ . . , ., ^ I fnmi diilv. wlHi pav. was restonil Io ! ,,, ,,^,,,. ,„,,, f,,,,, ¦l-|,,iii,.,.HvllIe and ' ' '""' ""¦ ''"' " '•' ''"' """''' Prol"»''l" H'ot I ^- """ ¦ ' "" ' ¦'¦"^'•" I '-.uiter a, njoylng Ibelr first sleigh- j l^,.l-'in^X'" Tfew '^Z'\l^i* The onler issued by Hie Pn'sldent n'- inllled Hie unexpired porllon of bis si'ulemi' ami r,'st,ir,.,I blm lo "a stiiHis if ilutv with stallon in this ,'llv,-^ This was liiim,'llllil,'Iv h,lb,wi',l bv ou,' is -,i,',I bv lo'inral Mib's. iinmnineliig Hint Cemnil Kiigan had been pliieed on Hie I'eiired list o,i Ills own appllcil- ' Hon after Ililrly years- si'ivlee | lirnt-ral Kunal.iii ll.iula rillnlniis. Ceneral I iiiision sends to Mnnlbi an ni'i'oiini of a two hours' ligUl lu the | w,111,Is of ,SniiIo Domingo. P I , bo- iweeii an .Amerbai, force and Himi relh j els I'ommiinded by Sandleo The .Ymerban fore... eonslsilng of ihlrly nallve si'onts. r'umnianded bv I.lenlen mil .lernlgan. aiiiicked Hie reb.'ls, wlit n-H-eaPd. leaving on Hie held slxie,.|i men killed. In. lulling Ibe nbel leadei .\giilliir ami an .Miierl, iiii negro .Not j oil" of Jernigmi's im-n was wounded. ' II All A liiinil I roe lb I,ion Il,,rii,.llsvllli. of .Iglil men. I'lslilng imps nr ninnei-oiis in .Nim.' Li'Wlston, Fruit tn'os In Hie ties snffen'il from rei'i'ili storm, cinirliM Ingi-rsoll i-iy has Pegnn In Al pollee forrj. ,'onslsls an' n'p..ri.'il Ui below llbl \'w\- f Itliaea. IIS serving a seiii.'n.'i' ..f four v 1 Aiibnrii prison f.,i' having defnlciit i lenl pleilgi,! 1 1 I'linds of T,.ni|.kliis (-.iiinlv. wUIb' 1 4, Ih- Innl Innie.l I I'llllg lis Its tn'llslU'er. died reeenlly I to be 1 1 bir Hie Ibis .lesus had sliiivvn how ilifHcuIt it n-as i b.r a riili man lo enler the kingdom of I lieaveii. bill, ilifheult lis 1. is, here is a I mil man entering iu. Con^^rast this wiih ! Hie aetniii of Hie rieh young ruler. A j si rung evidence of u change of heart is I 'Ins elinngc of |iriieliee. Lilierulify vvonid i n,,t lead fo lei.eiitanee, but repentance i ii'ii.ls lo libeniliiy "If l.y false accusa- j li.iii" The "if" .b.i'H not imply doubt; 111' lias lakeii money vinuigfully. II, '-|s siilviiti.in eonie," Zaccln-UH was ! -ivi-il, ilelivi'ieil fmuL his past sinB nnd j inaile "a new crenliirSy Proof was am- , pie' 1. He ha.l neeivi'd .lesus gladly. :j He bail n.|a.iili'.l ami ronfesseil. 11. He make lesiitulion. lehes over to Hod, 1 of others. "Son „' l.,.ll.l.,|l Jo.'kev (-lul. riilil a lb .'lis.' 1.. '1'...! ¦ 'rl.iiii loeke.v. to lid.' de<'hned to give him. " - and disi-ord. evoked as ilie owner w.lis, . .. y , , , Then he told hir ,f she would n.„ I^oe fains, ^^-.^^^ ..f .;«1 ,. the ev..< ...'.iH ^*^,'.^,i,,^^ ih.'' F,;it...I M?i, lusiry bim si e ',. ul.I leave ,1., hoi.sr luih'U o: a . :i.l,l lUUi a l*autiful W..rker« ..f Ameri.a m \f hei-I al Iu and earn ber uwu lirlag, titai it wa* nvu.aB.—i'biiadelp^ia iteourd. diauaiKdis ou Jauuarr ;:i orxi 'i sniallpna .\lartna I.laia. Cases ..f siunll|."V hav.' be. i, foun.l fi'i iiuiiilly in Liinn. Peru, an.l lb- pub- li. -s alarmed, fenr.Ui; spread of the Jisea^ I'll.. I'r.'-,.1.111 of Saiini Domingo org. .1 r.-. .pn..|iy with Hie I'nited S'ai.- Ill I,;- III.-sag., lo Congress, Iligbiy Hiousand inviiatioiis wer,. is -lied for the gr.'iit pnpnl ceremonv In Si Pep-r s. Ill Bi.ine. of 111" I'hising of Ibe liolv vi-ar. The film lb,u occurs m mblni'.'bi, D mber HI, roiisi'ipieiii n|M.n a rumor ..f Ibe Pop., having nn.l..rg..n.' an oiwrntloti, .', r,-as-„riiig semi ollli.al -inlemini l.n- I ll li.nde :,I Koine Hint bis lieHlIli ;- isrh'.-i -1 be p'rem ll Covernim.nt will ..ffer t.i bey r..t lb.. Xaiiomil Calh-ry In iln- l-iixi-iiiboiirL- Palaee a nninber of tbe pbiur.- by Anierlenu arllsts In Ih- Paris Exposiiion, The Bulgarian Cabinel has resigned owing to -Minlslerlul dlfferenees By ll.'. ision .if Ihe British (.'ourl af .tjipeal the Hirsih esiaje will pny y,- . -.'."siiaai lis a succession Isx I-"..riii.-r Presiilem Kr-Ige,', of the Irmisv ,i:l will await Hie I'zm of Ilu- sia s re,-..v.-ry U'f..i-e iryiug Pj see. bim. ConsulCnrrnl sn.w. ..f ( ap. T..\vn. arriv...! ai I,..n b.n ..n bis wsv borne He gives I'o- ll.,.i war f.,ur ¦ imrnr. Io .ml I M,.fnl»'r. of Hi.- Ilritisb I'al t an -.11.1 10 ho pressing r..,-ii Kli.i.bs io in ' aiigiir.'iie his pfopov-.l i..n. iliHii.iu I poli.y in South Africa \ -Vn Angbiphiila. .b'm.instrai...ii ns.k ' pia.-e III fr..ui of Ibe BrlllBh H.insulate al 1 ..b.gne, ¦Minuited isiiie.' ilisp..rs,'.l . the rloiers an,I arnsi, ,1 Hie lenders. Tb,' .onval.'s.'.-ni'.' of il,.- Czitr 's f.'U..w,ii^ a fai..rabb' .-ourse, ! The Cermaus lost tireniy killed ani I i..m;y wonnd.sl west of i'aoiinj: Fi»j . I'biBii. ivhi-r,. Hi.v wen- attacked bv I i'ss, Boxers \ jibe lisaro. if Paris eniis ailenii-iB t.' th' proposal i,. ,,rgaiii7.<' « Freorb | I,ran,11 of ib" iJoDs of the Ainerictii i Itevolull.n. aud i .mmends il ua [ w-or.'by of Ihe syuipalhy \)l Ihf , F.-t'Ci'u i/.'Ople " 1 Faiii.iuB Colnpoaer llra'l Mr Henry Hussell. iiimposi'i sisi sonu's. Inelllding "A Life on Hi iheHU Wave.-- Hliil •('h.'er. Boys I'b.'.r." ,11.'d III London, Knglnml He was born in Sin. rn.'ss Deei-inber 24, lHi:i 11 tbal Iristitulloll, I'lankllnv die's emining faeloiy piivs nil In wages eii.'li year over .'flL',(SKi I'lie largesi porllon of HiIh sum Is ar I bv ptrmaiienl nsldeiils of thnt lllnge riioniiis II. Ferry. Hie eoachmnn who held up and rohlioii Mrs. Cnlherim i'''r Hemingway, at Blnglinmlon. was cap iiin'it near (iweg... afier a linni ehnse Ferry hniglit despermely nnd fired sev enil shots 111 Hie olllrem. noi t wlileh I'fTi'i't r havi w Invaded Chaufaui|un ..._«.. ,,.-„, s are more or leas nu erollM, They I'lilne from Iho reeesses -Norlh.-rn Pennsylvania. Iliirnl fn-e mull delivery service hns I'li'iid "w-ll'h il'n ax " The mt'irilei^i'l ' '""'" "f't-reil established al Baiavia on W S Hl.Mid and E. L. heen npi«,lnted mrrli-rs. MufHerer "ThnT tiy am lltneer At .SoiiIh .Si'iiiile Wash. Wllllani S.'iiiou inurdered bis s,Mter and two . hlldreii and then eh,ippeil ofT his uu ,'l.' sboi bv an oMleer while reslstlug 1 H hulls his erlnie i of Abrahiini " IiiaMiniieli ns he has re- pi'liled and is b.iglven, Zaeclieus is aa uood H son of Abraham a. though he had ii.'ver 1 n a sinner. in. "Is ,on,e to seek." While Zaccheus vv.iH SO ilesii'oiH of weing the hiaviour .lesus vvas nnire ilesin.ns to aee and save linn He ha.l ina.le a journey lo .lericho for Ibe pnrp...,.' "f aeeking him nuL and -aving him -Wliieh was loat." A man may be l,,al in more sensi's than one. 1.o<t III sill,, loat in the crowd of men, lost in .l..iibt ami fear, lost P, Ilia pniiicr uas anil joy in Iln' wnrld In whslever sense vie may be lost. His purpose i« lu find and . Bar? u«. Tea f'nIllTalloii In Ihe riilteil NIales. One of the inaiiv interesting features ol Ihe annual reoort nf the f4ecreUry of Agriculture \S ilaon relates to Ihe nroduc- f American lea Dr C. V. She^ard-,^^ Kal dm I'l f Suniinerville, S, C, has for severtt ,-, ., 1 , II .,,,.. , -I •''"" expennienteil lo this end with aid Ihe montldy bnlleiln hir (leiolier, is I ,,,„„ „„ i>,,„um.nl of Agriculture, Hi* I'll by Ilio Siiiie Boiinl of Henltli eiiieriments have estahliahed Ihat under ,-, ,,,. , ,,,, , , ,r ,,,t„,,„.a ' "¦" "'"" '¦*'''*'' 'I'-aths oeeurn'd, n-p favorable coniliiinns tea plantations la 1 1,, iir-i 1111-1 -iiipi 11 III l.l . .lai lis ,.,,-,,„,|„^ ,, ,|..ai|i nil.' per Ihousnnd this country can be made to yield as mueS at ha- g..ne torwiinl rnmi tbe Stale ^ ,„,,,„i,,,|„„ „f „i,„.,.„ ,,f ,i,ia ,i„,„|,e, . as ,n the Orient, and thai the crop can b* ' ' l"vl died of lyplioid fever and 1(I7M of ; marketed at a fair once A good grade of .'..nsumpib.n j Anieriean tea can \x put on Ihe inark*t ; al a coat nf fifteen cent, a lenind, and lb* -I'hiuigh New York State leads the i average yiebl i« 4'iil isiunda an acre. Il oHi.r States In popnlalloii. It has taken should sell at thirtv cenu a pound. seveiiih plai e In iiill.s of railway. I John MiKwaii. of WellBvlUc, one of 111.' inosi promlneni business men of Allegany (-..iiiiiv. .lied nr hs ho (iged iiboiil fifly years He wna tin proprietor of a large inmiufa,-luring establishment In WellsV llie III of Wnslilngnni to China was sent fnnn Norili YMkltm 1 eoiislsied tons desiuieil hir Sbmigbal Four Uo.va I'uhllely I.aah.'.l. Four l.ovs w..n' publi.ly wlilpped al Kvausvllle. lll.l. I.v their pan-nts. at onler.'d by Jmlg. Winfrey The boy, had stolen n barrel of apples from n freight car -riie pnn-uis used an oh bleyile lire on Iho youngsters. WhoBI names ure Waller Snvder. fourteen lllile C lielger. thui.'.'n: Koy Allison nlii.' mnl <;.'rh.,ld Y..si t.ti Warm H rather Afrr.tsl.unihrr Trade. Liiiiiberini.' ..(".ration- In .Minnesota ir.' m n sinndsiill on a.'.'.iiini of Hie *;irm weaHier, and iiiiles. i old wealti Mr. (liner Johnson dn-il hi ihe Imnn of b.-r daiigfiier In Blngbmnion She iva- Hn- dn'ighl.-r of -I S, C .Vbl.otl ibe lii.ii.rlan. and wa- l...rn In Won-es ler. .Mass . in 1K« She was (lie wife of (diver Johns.,n. a veii ran alsiliiloii Isi. nnd iij'So.liite I dlior of Horace ill soi.n Hill ri„«n will V , <-r'-i-l''.v on ihe Tribune Wl .Mrn H ho FeU ¦( l.nnily'. Lane. Willie diginng a gnivi' in Ho' v;l ge ,'i.nieiei.v ai DrninmondHlIe. Onl, , jt„„„„^ „„mi„r s/I mri («a, .n I the Pol. hbh is simaied in Liind.Vs Lane | j, ,,.,,,„ -n,,, ,„,.|'K„;,„.i, ,,i,,,„i.„„n Da ion liiierir bed «.'..n skeb' ,„.„ « ,4,,.,„, „„,, „,„ |^„.„„;„„. „„ ua of s.,ldiers who fellii. Ihe bniih i i„r .•,,•><'.«)¦, Xarioua Turkish pen,, Tb. mat.'- KUMI A Modern Hlolr'a WMIInaa FonLil. Tir IWinjamin Hnn'!, of Ihe Department of l'liili,..,|,hy, «i Harvunl I'nirersity. sa Hie re.ult of his inveatigstlons among I'Jnglisli nianiueripta. announces Ihe Qis* covery of a new an.l mi>ilefn stoical pbilo* sopher in the third Karl of Hhsftesbiiry, heretofore Iieal known as the author o( the -(-liararlenalica" Tlie '-iihiloSopKieal regiinen.'' aB Dr, Rand terms it. emliodie* a phitiMophy which pronouneea the strong. eat ezpresaiori of atoiciam since the days of Epictelus and Marciu Aureliiia and ha rharaeterise« the Earl of Shafteshury ss "the greal.'.t stoic .,f neslern limes" <».>Yerntnent K«serir*s |-<al> l«a4B. Comniia.ioner llirman. of the rieneral Land Office, has ordered the withdrswal from public entry of 'iVl.iidij acres of va. cant unappropriated public domain ia I'tah that eonatitutea Ihe watershed from whirh the domestic water supply of ^t^ I^-ike Clly IS derived I'he action i< Ukea Ih a vie'A- U, reaf'mng pcnnaiiently tk* fought Ihere ii^ I'-I! Fn,m luslgnlf ; h,, Volga Hie Crimea »nd tli*'('aucaao. I land for forestrv puriHs.7 and biiitoiifc found. It Is hiipiKi.«'iI |Iuii , ruinlsir H.'m.kki '1 hi re are LlWi.oro He | Ibe ni.-n w.'re nieinfa -s of tUe Nina j Irews and alM.iit a million persons of Ger ieenth Kegiiiii-nl, I', S, .», I msrl desient u- birili. Larg* Crap of Nugar Iteela, It nov»- »iH.!ns certain Hiai ('allfomlt. during Hi" • oiuiug'y.-Hr w iJI raise hj far the largest crop of sugar l»?«ts 13 Ils hlsiorv The Lsrgral roalln* NUtioa. The Krgeat loaling aU'ion of Ihe Ns»y Departinant la to lie bail'. St Potlarnoulh (.rove X'arraganse't Bay It Will hsvt > capacity of V>,'*M ton» of cosl. Is lUnder Train Robbery (Mtaas. " The I ni„n Pacific ".aiUsy haa UkcB stejiB .n make the buaineas of train rob¬ bing <«li„ua The eoinpany, it la aa- nouneed, v ,11 f.yi armed guards on all trains rarrying larga sbipnienU of money or bullion. In addilioo to this it offers '.,1 i,ay a rewanf ol $1(X» for ererjr tr*i« rubM-r, desd or shrc.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19001214|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19001214|
'Hinfoi.K c"'<^>piie:m. f'ive cknt**.
A FAMILY X'F.WSf.VPER OK I.OC.\L A-VD GENER-VL I NTELl.IH ENt K.
FRKKPORT, X. v.. FHID.W. DKt KMIU.H 14, liXMi.
TERMS: SLtO rEABLT IR AUTABl-l
• Greater New York • Denta.1 Fetrlors,
lOIIIiCHECKER ( SKIOMORL
OOB. FULTOX AND GOLD STS,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
iat af TMth. 11*14 Crowns Oald rilllnci, OUmt rilllac.
*2.00 «p 41 OO Kp
rULTO;^ ^.ND OObD .STREK W. Opp. liooscr's, BROOKLY.N, N. Y,
W. J. STEELE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAX and SUli(JEO.\
UALUWIN'S, L. L, OBoe boars:
Office, liarrlsuii Avenna Booth ShtmiTelephnneCall. UaMwlnaU.
GCORGE A. MOTT,
B« Canrt 8t.,norimcli uf llrooklyii.TK. T.CII j
B««lilence, Lyabrook, QueerM Co., N, T. Tslephona, "51 Lynbrook," "anCA Ilrooklyn."
E. A. DOKLON,
....BOJyDED AUCTIO^'EER. ..
OdJ Fellows' Block,, raltan Btreet, naar Church. PReEI>ORT.
MY LITTLE SWEETHEART-
Vvt a .oyal little rweetheir.; th-iugh ihe Lifnng up her nu. white
world should turn from me, ihil,l'» nn.lou.le.l f«.-e,
She would only eling the eloeer, and my Lighting with her hluf eyes shining ever)
happy comrade be- hard and lonely plaee.
When I (see the world's rough we.xther. I I've a loyal little sweetheart, and hei
am sure of a retreat years that count hut three
By my own bright chimney-corner with .*re worth more than genu nnd gold, for
my darling at my feet, Hns true heart believe, in me
—Mirirar. t F S-vngstcr, in Harper's Bazar
1 HEBMIT'S SAD BEATH
jenera! Bins, Who Foueht Under Lee, Expired in a Swamp,
TO PROBE BOOZ HAZING 'THE NEWS EPITOMIZED a DIVISION OF MILLIONS
SEQUEL TO A TRAGIC ROMANCE
nrl|;a,Ilr r Arinr—( 1 Ihe sir,
i.e. of I.,
iif III. IIoine.lea.1
By T. U. I
JOHN P. WRIGHT,
PReePORT, u L
Villags Avenue, ROCKVILLE CENTRE, L. I.
UIBAM R. HMITII, Preelilrnt.
THOMAS U. KNKIHT, Ylee-Presldent. ' BERUEN T- RaVN'OR, Cashier.
BOARD OK IlinECTORS:
(l.nrlesl,. Walla Austin Ciirnvrell. Neluin II Smlih,
aientworihll.Coinlit fkustln Jayne. Dharlea w'. Hayea,
iamnel F. I'hlll
lubn-W. DeMnlt, JUvar bavl'.in, K,
Hanililua W. I'earsalb
We do a Giinrrnl BtinkinK Bualness of Deposit nnd DIscunnt.
Interest Paid on .Special Deposits.
Drafts Issued on Enghind and the Continent'
'yonr PatroimRo Solicited,
BankinKHnnrs-n A. M. tJ 8 P.M.. Saturday, 9 A M. to PJ M.
Discount Days—Tuesdays and Fri laya, 9 A. M.
lAII STREET, FREEPORT, L. I.
JOHN i. RANDALL, PreaWcnt.
CHAUNCEY T. SPllAOUE, Ylre President.
WILLIAM S. HALL, Caahler,
BOAKD OF DIllEirroilS:
John J, Randall, Chauneey T. Ppragns
Imlth Oai. William O. Miller,
tVllllain B. Oolilor. I>. Wealey i-ina,
WallaM IL Oornvroll, ilwinto Wallaea,
rhamu D. BinlUl, Onlea PelUI,
august Iminlg. liarviij II .^mllh.
Ciiarlas I.. Wallace, Oouru,, 31. lUniUll William *. Halt
Oii«i, eieept leaal hnllilaya, from 9 a. m, M • p. ro. OlTrra faeliiii,'. anil Induermeula In every ih'pardn.'nt isinal In thoite of eiilier tha New York or llroiiklyn llanka w trvA Cm. |«nle8, and every -- — ¦-" — --'' '-
,--—„ , .Illation as far as Is
eunalslont willi eunservatirii managenienl-
lnler.-at at the rateof Ihrre percent- ..aid oa time de.>uails, lliree muntfu ur luore-
Drafls iaaucl nn all parts of Kuropa. rioea a greneral IiAliklng haainwiH, Aceonnia of ciriHiralieniL companies, aocla- Ues, etc-, s.illelle.1. Entire aalis.-aen.in guarantee.1.
YESTA VILLI.VHS stood at th window and gaiwl dowu at moving mass of people below- Vnlnly did bor eyes wamler from fac(> to face, from form to form, with a childish, qnestlonlng eagerness, seeklDg to Bod one friend amid the great throng of people.
Poor child, she must yet learn that one can walk through the busy streets of Boston for weeks, months—aye, even for years, without meeting one old friend, and .vet it was strnuge thnt she had uot a great mnny