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ppi^—upafWWBgsasirg'":' ??P ottttax.tsi oopiKta. nvs: Cai;ni:c* VOLa VII. A rAMILT MCWSPAPKR OF lACAL AND GXiniBAL, I!(TBLI.IOBl«CB. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, rllLY 11, 1902. News and Opinions OP ^ Natioaal Importance CONTAINS BOTH Kily, kfiuil • |8«inr <^ aad Smdty, by m'l 181 yeat The Sunday 5un pi^afllf. By mN. $2 a yaar PATENTS iaMnaja«>aM,ltiatdb.j i'SSiaaSaa!TA!awSa."< ^dTjL SRow ft oOal Mmnsr'utwvKna, E. A. Dorlon BONDED AUCTIONEER ' Wtmmpmw% K. T. Benjamin D. Homan BUILDEH Flaaa and SoccUleatlaBi Praparaa TVork OaiiarfaiteBdad Eattmataa rnmlahad arne* aaa ¦KROCN PLACC, aiaiatao raiaaaav. i. i. HENRY H. HAMMOND, Tonsorial Artist, Main St, fiaiiSTn-yoV, Freoport.L.I. Hair Caltlnff, Slnsrliif. Bbampoolos. Hfierlal attanllDn to Clilldrcn'a Hair CntUnr ar/B THK NEW BARBER A CALL. Longenecker Bros. DENTISTS sea Fulten dtroot, areoklyn at FREErORT, IWRY I HErtVARD lUllDIRS Opp. Depot, on Wadnaadaya and Frldar Irlmi fa.m to S p. m. Wa. R. lKi*aa«KCK««. D. D. 8.. Maaacar m N&W EaDlTION jipMjN«#4 Words fmimmam mtA aona«to.a I mgfmitmtim *o dM Mp«- IMM atataa Cosanlaaionar at Bdn- •Mia*, issli'Tf kr a ttipt corao al aaMMiaal ayoaUllata aad adiiara. a 0 tst* llltMlrallana '^'**'**lltWr * RMd Paaaa I Ufa alaa aaUWi GoBsflMa I laaaWy.aaiaadtlaaalaaUa.* ntSSSTa'l"^'^-^'-'*^-^ 0.«G*iMwHiMC«. MRS. WARING, Fonnarlr of Wanlach, whore aba haa been dO' Iwr huunaaa for the laat eigbt reara. haa IjipKItBD A HTORE on the Cor. of Pine and GroTO Sts., wfth a (all atook of aahaol aajapHaak MaMaa- mry, Oaalbatiaaarr. Baae Balla, Bala, Papar Kapklaa, «aathploka, Aa. Alao a (nil atoek u( tha Flaaat secaia aad Tobaaaa. Hha haa alaoa Fine Ice Creatn Parlor. wbirk will ba opaaad to tbe pnbUo aa amm aa tbe reaaon permlla. OP" Olutia. Charobea. partlaa, etc., can ba aapplled at tba ahorteat aolloe-avarrthlnB at ttaa iaweat poaaible price John Pa Wright OBNBRAL AUCTfONEBR Vtaayart. M. t SERMONS of tba REV. DR. NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS aococmor to Henry Wanl Becchur, of Plymooth Chnrch, and CARDINAL GIBBONS of Baltimore, Hd., are pabliahed iu thc Monday Edition of the Brooklyn Eagle a Aolid Pagca of Stenosniphlc Sermon Reporta TME tUISCRIFTION PRICE PER TUR IS tl.M SAMPLES ON REQUEST ADVERTISING —-ni—• I THIS PAPER SURE TO BRINa RESULTS. Th* Inly Way lo Attraol trade Is to Make Known Whaf You Hav* to Offer. THE UIERAI ADVERTISER IS THE SUO- CE.<tSFIII MFBnHANT THE CREAT tOMCLAXATiVE It yoo Woo aow ilniaili. iadlgaaliaa. bUewnaaa, conatipation. had Waalk, dlialnaaa. Inaclivo Hvar, haanbum, kidney troubles, backache, loan of appotita, inaoouda. lack of enarcy. bad blot>d, blotched or muddy akin. or iMgr ayi'*0"»a aad diaordattf which tell tha aioty of bad bowcla and an Iwtalril 4%aatiTa eyeiain, lakxakoU Will Ciu« Yoia. ^' It arill elaaa ool tha boarela, atimulate tha liver and kidneya, atrengthen membraaaa of tha atomach, purify your blood and put you ¦t" a^aiaL Yoor appetite will rcttitn, your bowels move rcgu- r Hva* and kidneya ceaaa to trouble you. your skin arill clear and I aad yoa wiU fcel Ike old time energy and buoyancy. IMhenaaaktas tlM< prnprr mMlklaa l» fl«c Uii-lr IIiiIk oum, fiir ron»tl|wii<>n. aaefkeik aeMe aad Blaallar timlilaa, vlll i1b,1 Laiakolaan kkstl lunllriiM- f»r , iiiuinn It bnpa tfealt tiaaala rogalar witbout pain nr i.-rl|,iiu. mta as a cnrml tmiii'. aMlai. aatata. aM* dtoaaltaa. rrltavra ii atlaeaaraa. rh-an ihr. cmO..,! tuiiini*. rrdiii-M lever, aaasaaiearetaiBa^iceKBl atarp and makaa Ikeai v Ml, liapi>r anit hran r. tf CAtAterm tkt m mmd am M O. Ftr Slif ky All Drut^gistSe I.Sllfc*l» is *•% mttf IIm mtPAt HftrtrM o4 Umil|i "¦pgarAtrn, hart ihc nwiai m ¦¦ ««• M^lrtaM, vh : U>a«i»r mM IcMti. «m1 ai i^aaf PtMc, Vm <« ¦'* Al Mk «• THI lAXAKOlJh cn , |« N«aM« tUf««i. N Y , and wrminH ih ^w« wiM «ipt*H lA uiy dMi*M •• tcratpt rl Mi in iTnnr- m puat «¦ *MM»r mtm ba4tl« «• tmAhkthA, wmthttrnt tm Ual for • Io^TAim miAt, aU ck*iKca piapaMl, I BEJIF? ANY A HEAB ALL CASES OF DEAFMESS OR HARD HEARING ARI NOW OURABLE ty tm ¦¦¦ tailliia Oaly tbaaa bora daaf are iaearabie. KM MRES 6EA8E MMEOIATELY. t aai,n«na& M4.. Matvk ja. i^. mmbeaiiaa hi tbSeae eattrAr. _^ . ^ . ^^Ijii lllll la>iial«ialfe««to.tt^fcrlWat»a.wka.aHI>aalMyaa»gmcaaaalt«daa«^ mfoTSSAtUmt, aaMLithtf*. Ihaasaal emlatMaaraoadahaiof tklac«T.«aaloldmethat oarjSeaajSa aeaMniy»a. aad mttm tkat aly naa inrily. tkat «>« Wade aiaaa anali Sla ¦aiOajlki iiaitals r I iffiii ' i " •' , . . . tlB^'aaBjiW llll Mill m i il ani fiaTlly >a a Baw Taak paan. aad atdatad yaarliaat- OmrtpmmlmttittAtmmmmtttttttittmmmiurpumtamermpiMom. *aart:r» mm WK mwaf at umt "tary V. ¦MnnmiMtiiWMkiilutiuiAvii.cMCMi.Ua .4 CHARLES LENKER. Preprietar Trees, Shnbs, lan Enr(neis rVrnrntinnc Hirdj Roses, Choiee Cit Ploten i^»'"raiioii& Design ud Petted piuu for and ri|nerals MAIN STREET. FREEPORT. L. 01........ R- P- JEFFREY & SON P'»"t» TREES, SHRUBS AND HOTHOUSE PLANTS tity. Fulldl- raotiena will bo found In our prlea liat for alantlnfl and carina fortrooa. Thla prioo Ilat la froo In flroat namboro and variatlaa, Irua to name and dwfl 'roah frem tha flrovnd, and delivorod In a ahaK tima In moiat condition BELLMORE, L. The Freeport Bank Capital $30,000 MAIN STREET, FREEPORT JOHN J. RANDALI.. Prmldfint niAI'NrKY T. PPRAOrK. Vlr» Pnw- WILLIAM 8, HALL. Cuhler Boartf of DIrootora John J. RADdsIl AoioiBt ImmljE Hmlt Cox WlTlliUD U. Miller W'illhin E. Golder D Wesley Pine WsltA c H. CiirnwvU Dsnlel B. Rayour Opvn, except l«frsl holldsyn. from 9 s-m, to -1 p.m. Offers fnrllltl<« sud Induie ments tn erery r1t*Dsrtmeiit *V)!ml lo thoee ofMih.TtheNpw YorkorHn«klynBsnka or Trupt tv-mtMnlf«. snd i-vt-ry s<'i-nuimo dstloD mn fsr sb te lonststent with cod- aervsttve msnsffement. Interest at the rate of 3 percent, paid on time depoalta, three months or mure. Drafta issned on all parts of Europe. Does a general banking bnsiness. Acconnts of corporattonB, i-ompanlus. societies, etc., solicited. Entire satisfaction Rnaranteed. Ttiunlriee witl rtfceivp prompt attention anil l»e cheerfully annwerwl. Banli of... Ccntvc Villaoe avenue KoclitXIle aentte, I. fl. HIRIM R. SMITH, PreiMaat THOMAS e. RHISHT, Vlu-araillsnl BERCEN T: RATHOR, Ctikler J}oaT^ o( S>lcectotit (ieorge W. DavlaoD Thomaa O. KniKht John Vincent Hiram R. Smith Olentworth D Combea Weelejr B- 8mlth Anatin Jayne (Jliarlea L. Wallace Charlea W. Harea Atutin ('«mwell Arrender Smith John T. Davlaon John W. DrMott Hamilton W. rearaall Edward T. Thuraton We tn a Oeneral Hanklns Bnaineaa of Ilepot It and DlM-oiint. Jnterf*t Paid on Special Drpnelta. Iirafta leaned on Knsland and the Continent. Yonr Patmnaffe Hoi lnited. Ranking Houra: « A. a. to 3 p. M.; Halnr- dar. S A. M. to 12 m. DlaDount Daya; Tneodayaand Frldaya, 9 AH. BUY THE ALWAYS REUABLE Wtrereeai* Sia-tit Faltai SI. ¦reellfe »M In^vlro of C. I. WAIUCE, I. DA SUVA, IIIBY I HETWARD, i. DORION «r"4FurniturB Carp8ts& Bedding &M!k^.k^\k<>!>Jk<S.k^.kM.k<!\kMk '/« C. PEASELL of Pr«eport Is now read y to fomish you with lhe Best Cooking Stove ooXAURA or any othar kind. C. PBASELL & SON Untlertakeraand Embalmcra Talaohona Coll, 19a S| Stoves, Ranges, (^ ^ Housefurnisbing ^ .»•«> .^ Oil and & Mk '5|«r''««=^^Gasolene Sloves l8;'»i^^/ls'^/i«='*is'W9i«?^/i«=W»»«' Mk ^ This Mantel..'. In Oak, Gloaa rinlah $15 Oak Cablnot Mantala from Sl2 up MANTEL & FIREPLACE FITTINGS of all kinda, at cit.v prieea BATHROOIMS AND VESTIBULES TILED ORNAMENTAL CENTERS ANO BRACKETS D. MORRISON Show Rooms Grove Street, Freeport ^\patsf^^a^^^^^*m^A^i^ Woodcleft THE ROCKINCi«HAIR WAY, aA'ra aoaatB rAix. Twixt anoliaht and atari A ahip eaiia awaj. O'er tha Ocean of Reat Prom the port of To-day. The meat It a wonder, Aod lore the atrong aaila. The decka are fenced in With the aafeat of raila. The Boatawain'a a wiab. Pull of eparkle and gleam. The Mate'a aong, or atory, The Captain's, a dream. Creep into rav arma. My own little dear, While the Rocking-cnair way We take to thc pier. Dear Babe o' tne World, My little one keep. On thc Oce.in of Heat, Tn thc prcat Ship of Sleep! —New Ynrk Newa. TUG coiulug of Mr. Wyndlmm to Ti'iraropoi't mnde quito a stir among tliv women. In the flret placo, he wns a very dlKtlngulsbed, rosorvcUlookliiit. Inter¬ estiug porsooallty. Ills eyes iiuil luus- tni'he were black. Ills face wns yiiuufj, Init bls lialr wna ijulte white. The re- sorters, tired of Ihe tloliby company of the half-baked meu. whom they out¬ numbered, ns usual, would haro have pounced upon Wyndham In a body, but be had au air of genial aloofness that etoppod while It fascln- atetl tbem. Tben be had a boy—a big- eyed, silent, old-fagblcncd lad of ten, who followed blm like a spaniel and avoided the other cblldien of tbe ro¬ sorl. The pretty women of tniirrlngo- ablo ago nnd tendency deeided tbat Wyndham wns ii married mnu. No widower, they tbouiibt, could bnvo re¬ sisted tbem for n whole week. But no¬ body knew anything about blm, Uc wag an enthusiastic fisherman, and at sun-up onch morning tbe boy and he were down by the river for tbe early bass. Old Mrs, Davison, whose dauiihtor Chloe was tbe leading spirit of tbe llt¬ tle communlt.v. lieing up witb the rbeu- mntlsm too early one morning, met blni nnd bls,boy In tbe orchnid with their tncklu rind luncheon cn route to the water. "Oood momin, sir," sbe snld, "You're not going flshlng?" "Yes, Mrs. Uavison," be said, wllh¬ out pausing, "we'll try It, anyway." "But you won't catch nuythlng, sir. Tbe men nil tried for the flrst week, Imt they didn't bave anytbiug lo show for their trouble," "Oh, we'll do better tbnn thnt, ma'am," he said, passing down the bill with. "Shall I send you a bass for breakfast?" "Yea, Mr. Wyndham, I dare you," And at breakfast an hour later she lold thc story of Wyndbaiu's vnlu Jour¬ ney, Thc men laughed nnd agreed there were no flsh In tbo Beocby Ulver, and that tbe uewcomer would bnve bis enrly breakfast and his troublo for a reward. But preseutly Bertha. Ihe waitress, brought In a smoking hot, broiled bass, and said: "Tblg Is for you und your dangbter. Mra. Davisou." "For us?" crieil Chloe, widening ber gnat blue eyes us sbe gnzed at the boautlfui dish, "aud did be bring It lip himself?" 'No'm. He eent Ernest, bls boy. It's Ihe biggest one's boen kotclied bere for tour summers, ever since I conic." And tbc meu about who bnd whipped tbe waters of tbe Beechy looked envl- jUHly at tbe tbree-iwunder which Miss Chloe apportioned for berself. her mother nnd the ladles at table. "This man Wyudhnm must be a flsb- irnioo." "No, no. Fishermen never bave sucli luck." He'll quit wben be finds that bc caught the oldest Inbabltnut." "I'll bet his flrst shall bc bis last." And tliey made light of tho strnug,.-r'8 prowess bocause tboy didn't want to Bee spoils laid like a trophy upon Chlue'g plato. The next morning while Wyndhnm aud bls boy wore awny Mrs. Dnvlson. wandering nbout among tbe llttle group of cottages, snw tbat the strnn- ger's scroou duor was ajar and tbo door Itself wide open. "I'll clow It before the flies swai'ui lu," she tbougbt, Ilut when sbe wns at tbe tbrcsbuld she faw an empty envelope on the loor. Sho bail nil trouble In rending the nd dress. It was "llrnliiim Wymlbuni, 851 Park Terrace, Town." IiiHlde of a week .Mrs, Dnvlson knew all about blm; nnd so did Chloo. Being a self- confldeut. nriless. gnrruluus girl, sbo lold overyliody olso, and Wyudbam's popularity increasml apace. Ilo nilgbl have iK-en left to bls boy nnd bis flsb- lug nud bls Pi'aee of mlud If bo bad bei-n ninrrli'cl. or poor or Ics,; liandsouio to tiehold. But be wns a widower, with but ono child, great wealth nml surpassing pulcbrllude. Tberefore tbere wero lawn fetes llxed up, plculca plnnned nnd n dozen leh.s pretenlliniH ft'/ulnlno tinps laid for bis wary bonrt. But the hnndaome widower evnded all those deslgnlnK ilecoys. Ile sjiont bls mornings by ilie river, ronil bis books nnd smoked lu tbo solitudes all afteruoou, nnd weut to bod Willi bls son eacb night nt II. Ilo docllned all Invitations with luiparltnl louriosy, until the wnmen talked oiM'nly of their sutual disnpiKilnlnieuts regarding htm Ue was BO clocklike lu his regulnrlly Ihat tbe mon began to suoer at blm and lay wagers aUiui his flshlng cX' plolts. Iu two wifks Including Hnn days, for be chanced iioi tils bnlilts even tlion, bo bad luv, r f.illcd lo pro ride tbe late lireaUfaKters ivHh nl lenst one flsb. So thnt It tx'canie n prnctlct' uf tbe Iwardors to so regard Wyndham tbat tbo men I'Ot on tb,' yield of Ills skill with 111,' rod and llic women mnd,- a sort of "future liook" on tln'lr cli.nnccs of bookiii- bl.i 1rst appinrniice In the little s<m leiy circle of T.-rrnc, poll. He wns kni'o dep in il|e wnl, r eii. morning, ien<ly for a f.-ir cmki. when li" heard Eruest. ivli,, w,i» .-alchlnc fnns auiong Ibe Woi'.ls. sny ".Mciruin', MNm Cbbn." and lookliiu n|i. lie saw on lli< brink sUivv blui Mb'- Uavison ber wif. her fu<v like a wil.l i,i»,' and lur hair Ilk,' a wild blo» n .iiii',-,,l.. of guld. "What luck. .Mr. Wyudliaiii'?" Slu' .uiib-d OB sb" suld It, aud he juiuaod. iraiiiig with i>si'>nlalied pIoa«uro ni ber r:it|iAiit Im-.-iuIv. "No luck till till- Ins-ant. MI-« Dn.l •on." b» answeicd. gnll.intly. "I haven't hail a strll.' vi T Vou're <lo» n early, .irout you'r" "Tea enrly for nie Bui I camo d.)« ii to tell you Ibat roini'kli'i- and Mr. HI- btldcc bare got a hlit Ih-i i'U you this BkonilDC. They're i;eit!og excited In- cauae yoa haven't aeat a Uab up yet Ur. fompklna lias bel ai<i tbat you ro't •m.ike s.".,l.' .IS be c:ill> il tola IOOl Uinr, and the olber mna tbiiifcs yuu ¦win. So there you aro, I Jnst .'ami down to toll yoo that your roputatloi Is at stake." "And bow do you bot. Miss D.ivl sonl" askod Wyndham. tryiug li'loni throw Into a shadowed eddy. "Oh. I haven't bot. but I think you'l got a flsh. I bopo so. Tompkins 1: my flrst cousin, you know, and I'd Ilk, to «oe blm loso. He's such a tease and—yes, he's dreadfully vain." "I'm afraid bo's going to win tbougb," said the flsberman, hooking i lively frog. This time be got a brlaV strike, but the product was only a babj bnss, wblcb be put back Inlo tbe river "Wby did you put It back?" she asked sitting down In the shade upon th« velvet green. "Too small," he mut tered. "nothing loss than a two-poundoi for me. Miss Davison." He cast again, and looking up foi an Instant, askod: "How long do Ibost wagers bold?" "Till breakfast Is all over. The hel[ is nover through till IL" Sho pulled out hor tiny watch, frowned at 11 and said: "It's only 7 now." "Are you coming to ray lawn parly, Mr. Wyndham?" she asked, suddenly, when he had put back nnother of the small fry. He did not answer, for thc silken Hue was whistling to a strike. But he ton tt. nnd ns be wnded out to take a fresh bait from Eruest be looked nar rowly at her and murmured: ".\re you to have a lawu party?" Sbe blushed witbout auswering, for a uow idea bad seized her "Will you Ict me try to flsh, Mr. Wyndham?" He laughed assent. Impaled thc wriggling frog and put tbe rod Into her pi-etty bnnds. He told ber how to swing the bamboo and frowned wben sho Inuglied nt blm. but sbe clung to the "chance to learu." nud Inslend of keeping hor mind on tbo flshlng cb,it tered nbout ber lawn pnrly. "Vou won't tlilnk me forward If I tell yon a llttle secret of mine':" sb" cooed. "No. Indeed. There! Pross your thumb on thc reel.! No, he's gone." "Well, then." whispering, "If yo'.t dou't come. I'll lose a box of gloves." "You've been betting I'd come?" "I lK?t on you." .\t that Instant tho line flew laut. nud tbe song of lla llghl lirouglit Ibo sellle of combat to Ills face. "Nowl" bo cried; "now strike blm!" Sb.iKIng wllb oxcllctuoni she pressed ber thumb lo th'. liltle bumming windlass nnd out In tbc rivor the stricken bass leaped up into Ihe light and shook bls sliver ar mor In deflnncc. Ilo look thu rod nud played the bravo qunrry till II Iny leniilug tho grass. "He's a wnrrlor, Cliloc," snld Wynd linni. excitedly; "soo tl.e old hook In grown In his face. Vou have hooked a votcrnn. and we wlu thc bet." "But huw about tbe other bet. my bot? Will yoo come to my party?" "That I shall." he laughed. And tboy strolled up Iho bill together.—.lobn H. Ilnflcry. In tbo Chlcnge llecord Her¬ ald. A SKELETON IN THE CHAPELl Alao tha 8cathlBir Hemarka of the Profea¬ aor Wbo Faund It. When tbc students nnd faculty ot Butler College reached Ibe cbapel the olher day they were thrown aghast by tbo sight of n skeleton dangling from thc celling directly over thc pulpit. The gruesome spectre held jauntily iH'twoon bis fleshless Jaws a groat cig¬ arette. The visitor was ono of the chief Instructors In Iho physiology cle- pnrtuienl. where ho usually occupies n smnll conipartment of his own. uud Is Professor Bruner's chief asslHtnnt In explaining thc human body. When tho profesaor monutcd Ibe ros¬ trum and caught sight of hls missing property he regarded the dangling bunch of bones wllh an odiously solicit¬ ous air. as If nfrald that tbc cause of science might lose one of Its most valu¬ able supports If any accident shonld happen to his skeleton. Olher pro¬ fessors found It bnrd to preserve tbolr dignity, and somo did not oveu try. A tiroad grin spread over the faces uf the students. Various suggestions were passed around ns to the algnlfl- cnoce of the ghostly preeence. Cer¬ tain obstreperous "preps" said thnt the scraped Imuos typified Ihe dryness of chapol speeches. But President Butler would have none of the surrounding merriment. With a elern face ho advanced to a position beneath the skeleton and faced Ibo grinning students. "The greatest victory In tbe world." said tho presidont. "is to preserve one'a dignity undor all circumstances. Tbe most hopelessly silly sight I have over observed la tbe photograph of n smirk¬ ing, grinning human fnco." After thla the speaker retlretl, leaving bls bearers to draw tbolr own concluslona,—In¬ dianapolis Nows, CORN SOARS TO 90 CENTS Shorts in the July Option Squeezed on the Chicag^o Market. Prlea Ihe Hlgheal Hloea IMSa. Whaa •\ Was Keached—MlllloDa Hahind Ihe Galea Crowd. Chicago. Shorts lu .Inly corn wori squeezed ngnln. nnd the cornered ilellv ery went up to IHi cents, the highest price since IXti'i, whrn llle ninrket touched *1. July tlosed at St ceuts on tho previous day, an advance of 7 ci'nis over the previous closo. Opeuing bids were from 84 lo 8.% cenls. Sliorts were the biddors, nnd by running the market up lo IKI cents a Utile tj'foro noon they got upproxlinatcly 'jrKi.Kid busbels. It is estlmntod tbnt in selling this mncb the manipulators of ibe market niado a proflt of $ilo,iii>ii, ns most of their Ilne, estimated at 1,'i.iimi.iliai bushels, was purcbaseil between 111 and Tifi cents. No oxcltoinont was evident In thc pit. allbougb nil win- luteresfed lu tbe prolilom of where ibe (inles coterie would let the price ndvnnee to iK'fore easing their grip. The price already is far past the maximum at which Phillips allowed shorts to settle lu bls flisi nnd most successful denl. Shorts wbo bnvo covered bnvo paid henvlly for the privilege, aud tboso who are stm on the wrong side of tbo inaikot aro genernlly t>ellovod to be Jn the most serious proillcament of a deende. Trading, however, was not large. Toward the Inlter part of the session thoro was less urgency to buy, pricos reacted, and .Iuly closed at S7 couts. September coru opened ^4 lower to % higher, nt Hi to t;ii\:., lint on free sell lug declined to (il'li. t^rop advices wore favornble, as also was the wentber. * Now Vork ("lly. -New Vork operntors in tlie grnIn ninrket I'ontliiued lu watch with niiirli Interest tbc fiirlber ml vnnce 111 the price of .Iuly corn ill fill cago. The snme option wns quoted tn tho New York market at lH\i, cents lie- low the high flgure recorded nl one tlmo In the Chicago pit—this cloarly showing the artlflclallty of the Chicago prii-o, and as In-lng due. not to this year's crop conditions or prospects, hut to the short Intorost lu .Inly, When Ibe blgh price of 1X1 cents was reached some small sums of money changeil hands hero, tbese ri-presentlug wagers laid tbnt tbe price of IKI cents nl leasl would lie ronchod as a result of the "eorner." According to the gossip In the Street, Iho (JatoH iKiol engineering the rise cnn rominnnd n cnpltal of at b'ust IF><'>,U(HI,. (KKl for Its purposes. The Charm of Ihe Suburba. The suburbanlio cannot got every, tbiug but be takes whnl lie can gol. Kxen ns things are be can got a good donl. Half an hour's rnllwny Journoy -nil hour spent in Ibe train out of a day of tweuty four-brlugB him dowu to a ruad of gardens Inslend uf a rond of bouses. Tbe gardous aro small, uo doubt, as the bousos are small, but the gardous arc tbere, WItblp tbc next fow yenrs the onginoor will run bls oloctric railways nnd tramways to pasa wllbln a hundrod yards of hls door, and he will be trausported q4otly. ijulckly and cleanly from bls sutarbuo garden, his trees aud bls puro^alr to the telepboDee of the offlce. ani»-qulet- ly, quickly and cleanly back again. It Is only the lock of facilitiei of t/ansport which provonts him even now from enjoying lo the full all that the ciut-and-out town dweller eujoys; when llios*' facilities Incnase, ns tbey will Increase, the word "suburbs" will, uf i'uurs«-, mean more But meanwhile ll,' is iu tbo right place; bo should Bot Ih' nfrald uf the word "suliurban,"- I.uudon Spectator. Crlniinals' Orim Jaats. Tbe caUousness and even tbe grim liiiniur uf coudemnod crlmluals is well 1 .veiiipllfliil by lbl' following storioB: t»n w.ilktng lo the scaffold In Kulemo |in»'csslon a criminal ouce called to tbe gnvernor of tho prison: "JUBt oblige iue, guv'nor," Iw satit, "by lell tng me tbo day o' Iho week'/" "Mon¬ day," answered tbo aurprlanl gov¬ ernor. ".Monday!" exclalniod tbe prla Uller, In dlsgusteil tonea. "Well, this 'ore's n flne way of Is-gliinlng thc weok, ain't It?" And bo tuarchoil on wllb disgust Imprinted on evory line tn bts face. fill nnother occasion an offli'loua liiiiigiiian wbisiM-r«<1 as he (ilacod the white cap on his victim's hoad "If I hero's anything you'd like to arst mc I'll lie pleaaed to answer, yor know." Tbe rlcttm craoed hia neck forwanl. aod aakl lo an o<]ually low. but very much more anxiona vo|,-o ' Vuu miglil tell mo. la-Is thla plauklug aafe?"—lAiudou tilubc. BRIDAL PAIR ARRESTED. 4cruae<l of Poiaonlac Illr First Wife anA Her Flrat Haaband.; Knoxville. Tonn. — A dispatch from Roane County says Ihat Howard Jen kins. 0 mechanical eugineer from Pitts burg. Pn.. and his wife, wbo had been married only threo woeks, were ar- rostiHl for murder. Mrs. Jenkins Is thc widow of John Fleniliig. The warrniitK Wore Issued al Ihe Instance of relntives uf Klomliig aud the flrst Mrs. Jenkins. The defendants nro snld to hnvc cou- spired to murder .Mrs. Fleiiilug's lms band and Jenkins's flrst wife lu order tbat Ihey might marry. Both Klem¬ ing nnd Mrs. Jenkins died nl the siinie tlmo. but no suspicion was nroused nil- Ill the widow nud widnw.'r were ninr- Tled. It has lH>on sworn Ibnt bolb Plcmiug nnd Mrs. Jenkins died from tho administration of "nlgbt slindc" powder. .Mrs. Jenkins Is n member of n prouil ncnl Koaue (.'ounty fnmll.v II wns here that sIk' met Jeuklus, wbo had tben Just como from Pltlsburg In the Inter¬ est of a now manufacturing enterprise. KITCHENER WARMLY PRAISES BOERS this He Doee In Valrdletorj to Ihe Brll¬ lah Troops. Pretoria. South Africa.-I.<ii(l Klteb ener's vnlodlctory lo the trou|is, nfliu' oxtofling tho eoniliict of tbc Hrltlsb soldiers lu Ibe face of grenl hardships, nud dlHIcultlos nnd agaiaat dnugerous and elusive antagonists, coniiiiiiiils the jilndly and humane spirit dlspliiyoil In all ranks, nud ends ns fullows: "This messnge would be Incomplete were uo reference mnde to the soldierly ijualltlos displayed thnughout the cam palgu by our quondam onendes, nnd tho admirable spirit displayed In car¬ rying oot Ihe surrender. Mnny of those who contended uulll the end bnve oxprosstHl the hope tbat Ibey may linvo. In the futuro, nn ojiportunlty lo serve side by side with His .Mnjesty'H forces." MIDGET SLAYER DECLARED SANE. (Ilrl Who Killed it Married Man Will Hare lo Face M nnler Charae. Boston, Mnss. .Vina Iiiinforlb. the dwarf girl who shot aud killed A J Kmory, a mnrried man. al Ills home in Houth Pramlngbniii Inst M:iy, bns luen pronoiincoil snne by Dr. I'lley. the alienist who has been mnking uu ox haustlvo study of her case. Tbat she Is not wholly sound mentnlly wns np parent from tbe flrst, but Ihnl she wns so Insane ns lu liu\e I i lrres|Hiu slide for her acts wns iiul pruvcd Io Ihe satlsfai'tlou of the State. Tbose familiar with the blslory of such cnses In this Stato. liowever, sny it is a moral certainty Ibal no Jury will convict Miss Daufortli of deliber¬ ate mil rder. Millions Ahead In Corn Deal. it Is esllninlod Ibnl the fiatos syndi¬ cate Is $:i,4l:i,.''sili nbenil on thc Chlcngo com deal. Coal HIrlka Caala •4a«00,eoa. . The I'ost of Ibe anthrncit,' conl strike at the end of Ibe elglilb week wns esti¬ mated at »4il,(S«»,(lt«J. There were I'x'r sistout rumors that oiK-ratloiis would siioodlly be renewed at some of the tnliies. Cadata Are MMdiaa Mow. .\n order was issued nl the Navnl Acndemy. nt Aiiiiupolis, Md., conform illg with the act of Congress approved July I, changing the lille of "naval ea d, t" to "midsblpmnii. " Tho change Is to take efToct liiiiiiedlnlely. Mad Mallah Kllllaa His roliowara. Tb.' BrliUli jHinlllv,' cX|M-dltiun un dor Colonel Swapie. seni lo Souinl Hand ngnlnst the .Mnd Mullnb, i'e|»irlB Uisi tbe .Mullah is indiilgiiig In whole sal,' killing of bls followers in order lu lerrify Ibe rest and piit a slop to deserlions. rorelga K07S Polsona«l In Chlaa. Tlilrit'oo Kiigli'b and .\niericnu Isiya ali,'ii,l:ug lb,' Inlnnil Mission Si IkhiI at Cli,i' I'oo. (blun. w,'.-c »<'ix«-d with ill ii,'s» after purinklng of , bb ken |.lo. Twi'lH' of Ibe I'u.vs dbll, supiKisiilly froa: pioiiiniiie Isiisoning Marr lo Halbl •• Balllrahlp. Secretary Mm-l.i tins decldod thai lb,' lil,i»ir)-ii,n baiib-bip .'iutborlr.,-d liy i',.iigri'«s 10 In- built at a lioveriinioDt vard should Ix- cunstru, leil ul the Hr.sikiyn .\niy Vard It is exis-cteil ibnl work uu Ibe vossol will tiogin In i-iglii or niue months. Kalelde *r aa Anair OOlrot. Tbe Wai liopai'iiueni, at Waablog. tun. IS ad' isrd that l.leuiouaut-Coloiiel (b.-irb's It Barueii. guuiiormaatrr's l>. (..llln,. lit, .uioinlKcd suii'lde by Juiiiiuiig friui .1 lire ,'».npo un a saul urium at Battle Creek. Mlcb. STATE NEWS KItled aa Cawalcanaad Wooer. Cora Isalndlo Waltz, sovonteen yoars old. shot and kllloil Ceorge Holmer. forty years old. on the farm of Burl Oloey. u^nr Oneida. lieorgo Waltz and his familjl llvo In OInoy's tonnut house, and Waltx works un the farm. Cora Walts was at homo with her mother whon Holinor drove op wllh his half-broiher. James Hall. Both live at Chlttonango. Holmer wi'Ut into tho huuso and lbn>atone<l to kill Miss Waltx. Sbe rau Into a U-d- toom and was followi-d by Holmer. who seizi^l bor by thotbront nnd throw her down. Her mollier cnmo to her a»- Klstnuce and .Miss Waltz escaiMil. lU'l- uier re-oiitoriMl the carriage and drove off. .Miss Waltz soi-un-d a n'volver and weut across lots to where In^r tatber was at work and thoy Intorcoptod Hol¬ inor. When Mr. Waltz approscbod Helnior tbe Intter took off bis eoat and said ho would kill tho wholo Waltz fniully, aud advamvd npou tbe pnlr. As be grnppleil with hor father Miss Wnltz flreil. tho ball just grazing tbe blp of tho farm su|ierrntendont, T. E. Myers. She then flred a second sbot. which struck Helnior Just above the oye, penetrntlug the brain. He dliM in stnntly Miss Waltz roturiioiT home and awnltod tho arrival of Ihc ofllci-rs. who later plnced Iht undor arrest. Uoluior bad causod much previous an- iioyam-e to tho Waltz family by his at¬ tentions to .Miss Cora, and thoy assert that tboy bad inovod to Oneida from Chlttonango partly to esenpe blm. He had appi-nred Insanely Jealous of the girl, wbo bad ropolloil nil hlirndvuiices. Hclmor wns a married man, wboso wife bad loft him. atate Cropa Pamaaed. Reports from Contrai and Northern Ncw Vork Indicate that tbo continuous raiu of Juno has doue many thousands of dollars' worth of damago. lo the crops. Farmers say that alfalfa, timo¬ thy nnd clover nre rotting In Ibo flcbig, that tbo oals nnd barley crops will con¬ sist chiefly of straw, tbnt sweet corn nnd tbo regular fleld corn aro rotting, lllld tbat iiasturo lands nro loo wet 10 produce uiitrltlniis feed for slock. In Corllnnd County the corn crop is be¬ lievi'd to 1m> ruined, whilo ouly a smnll part nf Ibo hay bns boon harvested. Iu Oneldn Couniy farmers are ii'pbint- Ing Ihelr corn, while tho |M'a crop Is nlso seriously damaged. An export at C^Iydo states that fhe onion crop In Ihat part of tbo State Is damaged oiie-quar- tor, and that only Ibe most favorable ¦oeather from now on will give farm¬ ers an.v chnnce at all. it is staled from thc north counties thst farmers do not expect iiini'o than hnlf a corn crop at tho most, nllhniigh there will he a goml bay harvest. Oswego County slrnw- borrlos hnve boon greatly delnyed, aud tbe crop will be light. Chinese Aeunaad of GIrPa Murder. Two Cbiuninon were arrested by Chief of Dclcctlvos Cusaek ul Buffalo for nlleged connection with Ibe strang¬ ling lo donth of slx-.rear-olil Marian Miirpby on June 17. t'hnrles (ireat- soay. a mllkronn, whoso susplrlong wore nrousml by seeing a Chlnnninn deposit n bundle In a garbage barrel. Informed the police. In Iho laundry of tho Chinamen clothea matching thoso In which Iho limly of Iho girl had Is'on wrnppoil. woro found. The laundry is n blnck away from tbe Murphy homo. Charlie Woo. alias Wing, nllns Lum Wi-v, who has lioon under police siir- velllaniv on susplcloji of siiiiiggllng goods. Is the owner, Kuperintendent Bull snld: "We hnVe sutncienl evidence to Indict nnd wo liollevo to convict one of tbe (/blnanM'u arrostod." Thore was mucli excitement, and all Cbinese places were ordered closed by Ibe iio¬ lice. 'riio boily of the girl was found In Forest Lawn Ijiko the other day. Labor Batter Employed. Slate Comiulsslonor of Lalior John McMacklu, iu review of the eouditions of Inbor in this Stnte during Ihe Hrsl qunrler of 1!»02. says Ihe amouot of idleuoss In lalmr orgHnlzntious 'was far sninller tban fdr,,Ibe samo quarter lu nny recent year. Average earnings of organized workingmen woro fl&h In tbe flrst quarter of 1N07. a little loss tbnn fISli In IIMII. and a lilllo ovor $1S4 lu V.MTi. Tbe number of labor or- ganlzntlons nt th«. ond of March was lfl.111. au Incieuse of flfty-nlne uvor lasl .Sepleniber. Tbo nHgrogate moinber- sblp Is now 271l,iiri(l. The nuiubor of nccldonls In factories reported waa (177, of which twonty-lhreo were fatnl nnd nt least sixty-throe Invidved porina- neiit disability. Atsiul one-half of the nceldeuts were due to maehlnory. The Bureau of Mediation and Arbitration recorded twenty-lwo Induslrlnl dis pules, affecting, directly nnd Indirect ly, 'SiXl employes. Took Mlalalar at Hls Word. "I would give JtKKKI it somebod,v Wouhl give mo a nice llllle girl," snld Ibo Hov. E. C. Eddy, pastor of the First Methodist Kpiscopnl Church at Au¬ burn, addrossing the children of his cuugrogatlon on Children's Dny. Ilo wns takon nt his word, and on tho fol lowing dny n mnn, loading n pretty 111 llo girl by tbo hand, nppenred nt tbe preaehor's door. Ho sabl be had come to All Ibo pastor's urder. TIk- rhlld wns bis daughter. Hor mother Is dend. und the father works and cannot give her the care ho Ihinks she mods. Ho said be didn't want live fllKm, but would lie glad If Mr. Kddy would lake IllO lilllo girl and bring ber np as bls own. Mr. Kddy nccopled nud said be wns glal of tbe chance. Inrfnaad ladlaa to Try Narder. Dr. Tbomas J. Tiffany, of Porl Crane, wns found gullly of assnult In lb,' si'i'und degroo in Inducing Wllllain Cnrter. n bnlf-breod Indinn, to shoot William f^nrninn, a farmer, with wliose wife Tiffany was alleged lu hnve been Infntimlod. Tho Indlau swore Ihnl ho ninde nn iinsuccossfnl altempl al mnr diT at the iloclors instigation. The Jury was oul forty-one hours. Parmer Haaatar LyBda llaad. Dulpbus S. Lyndo, momlior of His fltai,. .\sseiiihly from IM7I 10 1875, nnd Stale Senator from Ihe Second SI. I.Hwronco Ilistrict from 187(1 to IWCt. died nt bls bonie. 111 (Tanlon. al tho age I f sixty nine. Ho was the orgaolzor of t!ie First National Bauk of ('anion. Diad anar PA Taara In Hoapllal. Fred Kolbfusa, a (Mvll War veteran, who bns Ih-oii a patient in iho Soldiers' llome Hospital at Batb fur Ibe Insl Iwenty thri-e years, died n few dnys agu, aged seventy six years. Apt>olaliMenta hy Oaramor Odell. (iovernor Odoll has apiMiinlcd John Reel.y Ward, of Now York Cily. a Iru loe of Ihe New York Slito hospital for tbo troalniout of InclpionI tuliorculosis, lo succo<.<| Dr. J. H. (ilrdner. who was unable tu accept a reappolntiiioiil Ho bna nihil nuiiied Sanui'l W Kbilch, of .Vow Vork City as »ii additional delo- gni,. lo ivpresoni Iho Slale of Now Vork Ht tho IntornailAual .Mining Con¬ gress soon to bo bold al Butte, .Mjn. Only Sii.a:il of the TllO.INid Brilisb siibjei'ls wbo died lasl year bad uuy thiug to Uart' by will, Vaarryaaoa Ulaaarar ¦.Argo (Mve. Workmen employed at the limeatona .fuarry near Hyndinan, Md.. hare diarar- pre<l a suhtorranean [laaaage eighty fact ileop. At the Imttom ia a stream of para limeatnne waler, twelve feet wide aad eigkl fret ili-e|i. Tlir aides and Honr contain ata l.ifniiie formsiioBs Two aiea explored lhe rave, going down to tbe bnttoa with Ibe aid 01 a rnpe They reported tbe itream of water ice colt", bot were pot able (o get aeroaa it. Aata Mall Waaaaa Caaailg^Mari. Tbe ciperieace of tbe Cansdiaa iKMlal antltoritieN with automobile va^nna lol mail rolle, t tag la aiiaatiafaH«a7 beeaoae ui tbe aniioyan.-'e from frsqaant acciOcBtj aad tbe cseeaairc coat far rapaifa- INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMCNTt FOR JULY IX aalt|ee«: Tha Taa to Ood, Ki. m., Lake a., *7—Me Coinnaeatory aa the Uay'a I "And (;o<l anake." After tha aloftow L-uiloua diaplay of the apae&i pr«» Mount Sioai had aoliaHi- ininda of the |>eople and exdM snd tr ence of tSod ircl the mini tluir awful especial iuna. it may ba l.-^ IKwcd th»t iTie soun.l of tbt tntapat i-cascd. and .Iclmvah Himaelf imoMlUattiy stiakr in a voice Ipud enough to ba ilittiBOt- ly heard by thc immrnaa aaaembled ¦aritt' tilde. Aftcrwiird tiod wroU tbe kw witt Ilia owntiuger on two tablea of ¦loaa, aad 10 day He ivriles it on the "fleahly labln of Our hcarta." "Theae worda." Tae wordt spoken are generally railed the tto eoat- mandmenta; although aometimea thay aiO railed the moral law. "because " down rulea for thc rondoct 1 ccause tb^^lajr ; of mea." n«r |ue. U tha on are alao called Ibe decalogue 'TeiiUmvnt they are called a eaeaoaak (Deut. 4: 1.11 or teatimony. Tbey ara Hm simple words of Uod'a loving eoveaaat ta Hia propir. and not arbitrary rnaiaMod menu to Hia aubjecu. Tbe- biad Qod oad Hia jmuilc in mutual affection, 2. "I am the Ixird thy Uod." "Jaho* rah, Bclf-cxiatrnt, independent, etcrau. tlw fountain of all bring and pitaer. HtJhaT givea being msy give law, tberefbra Ha fa able to reward obedience and paniah dia- obedience. Though all the peopla ara htra included in thi< addreaa it waa intandcd, for thrm individually, that each might iael that he was bound for himaelf te hear and olioy all these worda." "Which hava brought thee." Therefore they wert hi in gratitude to obey Him. "They had 1 eye-witncMea of the great thingt Qod had done for their deliverance. They wtia aow enjoying the fruits of tbeir delireranea bad in expectation of a apeedy lettlenieat ia Canaan. Ry redeeming them Ue aoqairra a further right tn rule them. They owed their service to Him to whom tber owed Iheir freedom and a'hoae they wert by par- chase. The Firat Commandment. S. "Thoa." In thc aingular. and personal, beoaott caeK individual must obey fnr himseM. "Shalt havr." The roinmandmenta art aina with authority. They are deflnite and potitWe. "No other pida liefore Me." I alone mutt he }'Our Uod. I must have the whole heari. This is reasonable. 1, Because there it no other true Ood. 2. He it our Creator. %. Wc arc entirely dependent on Him, 4. Ha is a holy lieing, and Hia nature it worthy of our supreme affection. 8. Ity loviac Him we receive the greatett good aad tha higheat happineaa that can poatibly ooaM to 11a in thia world, 6. To love Him it tha foundation nf all true religion. 7. Btcaaaa apart fmm Iiim there ia no true happintog. It ia not neeeaaary to actually bow doWB' before dumb idols to lie apiritual idolalofa. . Whatever we hold lirst in nur affeetiona ia our (?od. It may lie ouraelvet. or oar poa* •etsiuna,^or Ihc honnrs and delight* of thia world, or it may lie our Heavenly Father. The Secnnd Cximmandment. vt. M. 4. "Any graven iniage." Nothing thtll ba made to repreaent (iod. or at a matnt al worshiping Ood. We have included MM evrry species of idolttiy known to hava heen practiced tmnnii the Egyptitnt. Ad* vocate* of idol worship declare that tha mtterial images are merely to call ap tha mental idea of Uod, bnt thit It p«tiu«ai]r forbidden by thia rnmmsndmeot. Iliota who worahip .lehovah "muat not have aajT image before them, to direct, exeita ar ta> •itt tbetr derotion. Though tha wawhla waa designed to terminate in Qod, it woiM not plette Him if it ctme to Him throaah tn image. "Thtt ia in heaven." tho torn. ttork, crane snd btwk were objeett « Rgyptitn idolatry. "In th* earth btnaath. The ox, heifer, crocodile, terpent and Ma¬ tle were alao ohjecta of Egjrptian idolatry. "In the water." All Iiah wem coiuiderad ¦acred nmong the Kgyntinna. 9. "A jealnua Und.' Uod ia not wiUiag that any other should occupy tha flrtt phuia in the affcctiona of His people. "Vidtiag the iniquity," etc. While (hit ia aot ia- tended to teach thtt the paiUthnunt of tha peraonal tint of the partnt* wtu ba in* Aided on the children (Eiek. IS; »), aad while it it true that we will aot oa floh* demned by divine juatice (or crimtt at which we were never guilty, yet the law ot heredity ia auch thai even "remot* do- •cendanta inherit the consequences ol thtir fathers' aina in disease, poverty and captiv¬ ity, with all the influencea of bad examila aoa evil comuiunications. but auch eamr- ing muat always he free from the tting ot oonaciencc." 6. "Shewing mercy," Merey it Ood't delight. He ahona Hia favor and kindatat to thousanda of generationa, whilt Hia iudgmenta reach only to the tbird or lourth. "Keep My commandment*." By keeping Hia cominundmeiit* we will thtyw Dur lovr and put ouraolvea in a poaition to receive Ills mercy. Thc Third (Jommandment, 7, "Th* nsme." By ttn namr uf Uo<l we art to un¬ deratand Ilia titles by which He maketh Himself known tn ns. "In vain." KithAi, by false natha, common swearing, or ligbr find iirtvercnt mention of tioif "Ouilt- eaa," Tlie I,ord will not treat him ta ia- oocent aud allow him to go ubpunithtd. | Thc Fuurth Commandment. Va. 8-11, 8,; "Remember." I'liit wta not entcting new law, but reviving an old one. It mtyj have been forgotten by the Ilebrtwt, on possibly denied to them while in Egypt.) ''T'he Sabbath day," Sabbath meant rtttj and thia dty wts to bt a reat dty. "Tel keep it holy," The Sabbath mutt ba hapt/ (1) At a dty of rett from worldly botiotttJ (2) Aa a day to be apent in holy eiareitaj Oml, by hiesaina il, had aiade it holy aadl tliry. by aolemnly blt-aaing Him, mutt ktcpj it lioly. It waa not merely to be a day oO reat from lalmr, but it wtt to bt a day atti apart for divine worahip, , ». "Shalt thou labor.^' "Labor it a duty IS well as a necessity." "Hert it a po*ltir*| commandment, aa explicit aa that wbieh] enioina tbe Sabbath of reat." 10. "The aeventh day." Erery aevMth' day. One aeventh of our time abould ba! given to Uod. "Nut do any work." Viroat' thia it ia evident that the commandaMati waa underalood aa forbidding all aortt o(, ordinary w<irk. tnd wat to be tpplled to the rattle, that is, to the betatt oi burdtn. It waa also applied tu the tiranger, or for¬ eigner, who aettled in aay of the eitiea ol Itrael. 11. "Por in aix daya," etc. Ood t raat' tt the clote of the crettive week b atada a, reaaon for the aanctity of tbc inaMlh dav.' In the new dispensation wt btVc Ve Chrit¬ titn Stbbtth which ia obterred on the flnt dty of tha week, railed tha Lord'* day, be¬ cause on thtt dty Chritt rott froat tkt, tomb bringing new hope and Ufa to tha world. The (>od who had tbt tutbority to' inatitute tbe Sahbttb in bonor of tha work of creation, had tathority to ehtaat tb* Sifidiath in honor of t ttill greittr wwh,^ the work of humta rcdemntioii. Th* Obriaj tian rhurch hta alwaya obttrvtd tba flraV day of tha wtek tt tbe ChrittUn Sabbath. Klaa'a Amarlaaa reapaHy taW. King Kdward's inveatmenta la tht Uai led sutes were nnt held in hia owa aaaa, but carried fur him temporarily by Ptr¬ sonal friends, snd were promptly lh|ai< dated when the aoniint preaeated tha ao- tiripated profits. (Jueen Victoria haM tliotit II.IKiO.onn in New York rtal aatata mnrtgagea al lhe lime nf her daath. TV* rnnlrarla were drawn in the nam* of her private counael. It is undrratoad that Kiaa . Kdward receiveil his share in tbat part <l the gurrn'a fortune. King Edward a iai- mense social expense* hare left bim van little suri'lus fnr investment either la tbit rountry or ia his own. Haa MaM OBa* Baeaatg-toar Toatas Koawell Beardaley. |,aatm4ttcr at Nortb I..aniing, N. Y., haa completad tfvaatp- fnnr yAra nf aervice in kla prtttat aoM- tinn. It la tbe longett period ct otm ImU by any one in tbe ITniled BUIW. H* Wa* appnlnted by John (jtinry AdtgM, aad hat nrvrr lieen dwturhad hy thtattt ia tht administralion. Ur. Beardaley ia atatty. finir years old. Tbe bigbaet aalary ha hat ever received lor oae year^ wat MB. ^ti diaa tt alMa Mr. the Doaia first jretr'a aalary waa IWJS. oecvpiea Ihe aam* Mklt Betrdtlrr ¦oda aai MUa* la Waa Bap*. Colonel Btakaho*. af tht Nitelai MK- Ury Academy, ia Ratiia, htt Ptpm a ¦«% ble nde, rovcring MOO vento la M thm nine daya He atartad tt Mobilti pSk Iwn young hortat that oarer befuto mt ¦lone aerioua work, and naehed titmm riding firat nne and then tha othar. Otim both in first eloaa cnnditioa. Oaa toy ho rode 117 versts. aaother U( lartla. A rerst ia two thirda of a mil*. St. Loom waat* th* attiiati caaoaalitM of both pohtictl partiea ia UM, om hmO . rerord of patt conventioa* la Itlt, ttm aiwI IMS, whea two aalioaol MMOlilMMa wen held then. Bapablieaa aadTtialB. riisss ilf aitia* ay The priee of aMdiria* la FnMria la laUd by tbe ItUlc. a pabliahed tnry year. rrmmtotoiim 1 ii -'' ^ ¦^ ¦•1 i 4 y
|Title||Nassau County Review 19020711|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19020711|
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A rAMILT MCWSPAPKR OF lACAL AND GXiniBAL, I!(TBLI.IOBl«CB.
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, rllLY 11, 1902.
News and Opinions
Kily, kfiuil • |8«inr <^ aad Smdty, by m'l 181 yeat
The Sunday 5un
pi^afllf. By mN. $2 a yaar
^dTjL SRow ft oOal
E. A. Dorlon
' Wtmmpmw% K. T.
Benjamin D. Homan
Flaaa and SoccUleatlaBi Praparaa TVork OaiiarfaiteBdad
Eattmataa rnmlahad arne* aaa ¦KROCN PLACC,
aiaiatao raiaaaav. i. i.
HENRY H. HAMMOND,
Main St, fiaiiSTn-yoV, Freoport.L.I.
Hair Caltlnff, Slnsrliif. Bbampoolos.
Hfierlal attanllDn to Clilldrcn'a Hair CntUnr
ar/B THK NEW BARBER A CALL.
DENTISTS sea Fulten dtroot, areoklyn
FREErORT, IWRY I HErtVARD lUllDIRS
Opp. Depot, on Wadnaadaya and Frldar
Irlmi fa.m to S p. m. Wa. R. lKi*aa«KCK««. D. D. 8.. Maaacar
fmimmam mtA aona«to.a I mgfmitmtim *o dM Mp«-
IMM atataa Cosanlaaionar at Bdn- •Mia*, issli'Tf kr a ttipt corao al aaMMiaal ayoaUllata aad adiiara. a 0 tst* llltMlrallana
'^'**'**lltWr * RMd Paaaa
Ufa alaa aaUWi GoBsflMa I
Fonnarlr of Wanlach, whore aba haa been dO' Iwr huunaaa for the laat eigbt reara. haa IjipKItBD A HTORE on the
Cor. of Pine and GroTO Sts.,
wfth a (all atook of aahaol aajapHaak MaMaa- mry, Oaalbatiaaarr. Baae Balla, Bala, Papar Kapklaa, «aathploka, Aa. Alao a (nil atoek u( tha Flaaat secaia aad Tobaaaa. Hha haa alaoa
Fine Ice Creatn Parlor.
wbirk will ba opaaad to tbe pnbUo aa amm aa tbe reaaon permlla. OP" Olutia. Charobea. partlaa, etc., can ba aapplled at tba ahorteat aolloe-avarrthlnB at ttaa iaweat poaaible price
John Pa Wright
Vtaayart. M. t
REV. DR. NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS
aococmor to Henry Wanl Becchur, of Plymooth Chnrch, and
of Baltimore, Hd., are pabliahed iu thc
a Aolid Pagca of Stenosniphlc Sermon Reporta
TME tUISCRIFTION PRICE PER TUR IS tl.M
SAMPLES ON REQUEST
SURE TO BRINa RESULTS.
Th* Inly Way lo Attraol trade Is to Make Known Whaf You Hav* to Offer.
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