Nassau County Review 19010531
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§0mdri Hetwetai '^¦psippnpRPPPifj A FAMILT MKWSPAPEK OF LOCAI. AND GXNKBAL. JNTBLLieKHC'K. FREEPORT, N. ^^ FRIDAy7^aY~^3T, ToilT Tgaati SLM TCUUT I> ABTABtB ISO. 31a ONG ^'^ l^/- STANCE -EPHONE Low Rates Perfect Service The New York & New Jersey Telephone Co. ^'" ^^" 81 Willoughby 5t., Brooklyn, N. Y. 385 Pulton St, Jamaica, La I. YEf^l INCH IN I MONTm Ami CLUB a BS MTLigOM) I nCH and iteenctbened taa. CUT ia OHB HORTH b*^ng the ¦BKCUIiBS OKADUATBD OTHHASTIC CLUB aod 8TKBB0TB TISTBK S Kiantaa aach day. It will develop and ttiengthen the anw, ibonlden, ebett, back, waist and hip* in less Ihaa one^iuarter ol the time required by anjr other ¦ediod, with or wilieut appatattti. It induces ¦oand slnmber, ridi you ol rheumatism, writer's cranp, constipation and indi^cstioa. Makes the bnin active and the complexion dear. The club caa be used by tbe weak man and the ittongest imm/mdmiiplipipampUtlaai/priu-liitlo tm, JNoBi" C 116 South Stwrt, Boatoa, Mast. TBE SABBATH SCHOOL INTIRNATiONAL UEUON COMMENTS rOR JUNE 2. laWnli JaeaaOat aiah rrlasl la Haavan ¦ak. la., 11-141 aa-aa — aoltlaa Taat ¦ak. vtl., M — Maaeary Varaes. ti tS- CMBBaaMaiy ¦¦ Um Day's laaaaa. II. "Bkt dirist harin« come" (R. V.) "^ Christ be but one, yet lie la un- by ua ander a variety of forms. ia the tabernacle" on acrount of the a body in whieh He dwelt. Ile ia the ¦ ** Itmmmnm.. tf* 1- «... !...«J ../ lit. "taMa, beeauae He is our bread of life. ¦a la tha "ark" whicii haa the h« of Go<l tWliHil witWa, beesaaa He is the Word N tha Vathrr. Ha is fll» "camfleatirk," ¦Maaaa Ila is our apirituai light. He ia lha "altar oC Incenae." beeauae Ilo la the awaet-amelliiig odor in aanctiHcalinn. lie H the "altar of burnt olferinn," ''*|''><'"' Ha ia the victim by death on the cniwi fnr ma dam ol the whole world. The nimatli' Ma ael ia aay way refer aliahtiniilv of UM Jiwlah iBstltntion, for they were or- fcikai ot God, but he enilravnra In ahow theaa to whom ke wta writing that inaa- KSkeh aa the areat Antitype had a|i|>('ared uid of nereasity lie <li ,%x I , 'Aaliith priest." The work of the high tfrieat waa tlueefoM. 1. To ofler aarri- laaa, 1. To aet as mediator. 3. Tn in- ot tha peenle. The first greaX work bi had to do waa tn offer an am-pU- aaeridee, and thia He did liv oflcrinii Mlf. Aa tke Uo.1 mtn lie ia alile to •rt aa lacdiator, beraiiae throiiah lUa di- jkaa aatare Ile ran ai>pmarh the raurt nf Mvcii. aad in Hia human nature H<< ia "toaehad witk Ike frellnn nf other inlirmi- tiea," aad havinc been temptnt in all fuiata like a* we are, "He in tble to aiKvnr theas ihat arc tempted." Heb. £: IH; I: lh. As aaiaatniptor lie atanila forth aa the ¦raalaai Ttachar the world haa even aeen. "Of aood thinas to rome." I'hriat our high friaai ia a dtapenaer of all the apirituai MMiagB Monlsed in Ihit world or Ihe Mrt. "Jlore perfect tabernacle." Au- tharitica. aaeaa about divided aa lo Ihe ¦¦alaa of theae worda. ftome think Ihev MHra rafetaaia to Chriat Himaelf. and lliat mt nady ia tke tahemaclr; olhera think taa taberaacle nnt maile with handa re¬ nn to heaven, repreaenting Ike apiritiial aaheic. "Not of thia rrealion" IK. VM 'Vat Btaking any part of thia lower rn-a- Maa." tt. "By Hia own bkwd." Here Ihe re- MkBliea of man ia tttribated to Ihe bkxxl af rhriai, and Ihia Idood ia atated In lie aaad ia a aarrifieial wav. iireriaely aa the Waod ot balla, gnata and ralvra waa alml Ujtiiv iha Uw. "Once for all" (It V I nt high priaat entered into the holirat aare aaeh year, bat rhriai mtde an tlnne- laaat ihai did aot need to he repealed. "Iato the holy phe*." Or aaneiaary, tig- ¦Iqiiag heaven. There were two aput- ' la Ihe tthrrnai'lc pmpi-r; Ihe Iiral. - '¦aa ailnaleil Inwani Ihe eaul. waa I Ihil aaaetuary or hnlv plarr: it waa r fael long aad tifty feet wide and aaatalaad ihe altar of incenae. the tal<le m ahawbread aad the randlealkk. The ¦paaad aaartateni waa calb^ Ihe Hnlv «f Haiiaa: it waa len enbiu (fifteen frvi) eaoh a>V> heing a cube; ita nnly article nf fur- ¦met waa the ark of Ike cnven.inl. Inm lha hoHret place the high prieat entemi 'aaaa each year, on Ihc great day of ttnne- laaki. wUrh waa Ike IMh of Tiahri (Orl.v har). carrying wilh him the gulden renarr aad "aot withoat lila.>.i." •¦Klrraal re- sbaijiiaa.'* Aa endlraa mlrmi'lion fmm •Ikt il it elenwi in ila merit an.l eflirarv. ll "Bhied athea" See l/rv. 1« 14. M: Kaak N: Mk. ¦'^priiikliiu" Rl.vxl WM anHakkd ascfyaken. The iiriwi IWiakM the tahciMeIr, aad all ike utm mk, the alUra .^ people, tlM> veil, ilii' ~^ aaal, in lart, rverywkere we aey I h«i Tbr tahra of the heUcr were (ml I water tad iprtnkled on tkoae whu nimetrd aay legal dedkaMol. Kum 17-SI. "The uarlean." Theae arcre 1 for purification from ceremimitl "Tlw tkwh." I*urifving from ua- J Ihr body pariiraUrly in view. "¦•w mnch BM>rr." Thia furm uf al ia rkanHerialic nf ihia epiatle^ J which thr blond of bulla rould neter tha Uaad of Je«ia kaa (nnrver -L'tie. Waatfh the alctnal Stiinl " TTWrr aiv «•• iieaa with regard lo tbr meaning nf thia: I. % Bia awa di inc nalur*. I. m iha hthi aai ihtai^ the power of ikc Mraivaan r« hc the '^JrSlMial hlwnish' J iBl I III to.tha Jewish Ha^'Bpigtt.. Taa S4. "Made with handa." He lina not entereil into the hnly pliicri, in thi- t.-ilirr- narle nr temple an the .Icwiah IiIkIi iirii'nt dill, Imt into liciiven itself, which He Ii.ih thua niieiieil tn nil helievcrR. "I.iki> ill Iisttcrn to the true" (R. V.) Tlip Haiio- tiinry nf r.nd on rnrth i« b ii.attcrn nf heaviin. anil enmmiiiiion with llod iu lli« NllK'tuuiy ia tn Ilin |M'0|ik' ii lii'iivrn. on earth. "Tn appear." .As niir IiitoriTMsor; "for ua." He aita in heaven na High IVimt to present to the Kntlier Ilin own ntoiie- ment and sacritice for the sinii of tin' whnle wnrld. 25. "Offer Himaelf nften." In tliin nml the next vcrne the apn»lk' kUowb tlint tho atonement nf ChriHt nnre inndr wn-i milli- oient for til nntinnn anil nil agon. St'o on v. 12. "Of others." That is, witli tlui blnod nf hullnoka tnd gotta. M. "Sinro the fnumlntion." etc. .\l though Chriat offered Himself onlv nnn'. that one offering is in itaelf sn mrritoiioiiii that Ita inflneni'e i-eai'heth haekwunl lo Ilia U-giniiinft of the wurlil snd forwar.l to tlio end of time: nn whioh accnuni C'liriHl in termed (Kev. 13: R) "the I,tnih ain in rrom the foiinilnlinn of the wnrld." "Knil of tlip aitea" IH. V.) Thin lum rcforonoo tn the oml nf tlio .lowiah ilixponwitimi. "To put ««uv nin." To nlKilixh «in iifTi'iini,'-!. Hut in iloinil anay with tlio niii offorinuK He niailr an nfforing for ain. ami ix now tble to deliver from the guilt and poivor of ain. • 27. "Aa it ia appointod." eto. Ina«- muoh aa (iiHl hath dti'ntil that man shall die onoe. and onlv omo. nml aftor lliis ahall oome tn Iho iii.lunirnt. nml U' jh.Iki'.I once; mi Christ, who has Ihvu olKii-.l .moo, ahnll ilii* nn nmre. W. "To lietr the simi." Thoro is an al- liisiiin here In the n,-n\n- gi-wtt ils-v. Ill: .VIO; ai-I-.M whioh. in a hiriii-.-. oarrii.l nway the aina of the (lenplo into tho wil- •lornesii, Imt Christ litorallv U.U'h awav the siiiH of all whn oomo to Ilim. "That look for Him." .Ml true U lirvors aro lu tienllv nailing nml onrnratlv lookiiti: for Ihe niipearing of Christ. Titus 2: 1:1: 2 IVt. .1: ll-n. "Shall He n|M>oarV' Sio .Vota I: 11; 1 Thosa. 1: 111; I: I«; 2 Tlioss. I: in. ".\|wrl from .in" IK. V.) Wlioii Ile apiieam the «eoond timo He will oomo. nnl ni n saoririoe for sin. hut in niiiilii ami mrnor. "I'nin salvation." The oSjool of ilia iiiming will lie ti\. lH»stiiw- oomploto hapiiinoas ii|Min ns. Ile will dotixor tho IxxlieK nf Iho saints fmm the grave, ami lake nil true It'licvera with Ilim to otcrn.il glory. "Kven an, rome Ixird Jeaua!" RAILS ACAINSr PARTED HAIR. rrsraaaor Baya lo Dlilda It In Mlililla li Evklanca of DegenerarT. Chicago. — .\€-o>rdliii: tn I'l'ofi'ssor Kn-derlcU SLnrr. the luitoil luulirupul oglst of Ihe rniveralty of I'hloaso. n man who parta bla bair In the iiildillo dIapUys uninifllakulile cridoniv ot a degtmeratv Insllurt. The profenaor lu • lecture to hia riasa taid: "PartlBC the bair In Iho nildillo. the new ahlrtwaitt for men aud lultuoini; aro evldrnoea ot the alnrmlns and growing degeneracy of our uiotlorn rivllliallou. No normal ix-rsou will Indulge 111 any of these lialilis." AMarlra'a CTwp Bncoa TaatpmaaA. Sir Thoiii.nK I.lplon haa cabUtl io liio New York Yaoht Clnb reqiieetlng liiat Ihe inp r:ic>'« Ih- postpontM from .\u gust 2(1. unlil Ibe third wi-ok In S*-p temlier In nnler lo allow iltue In make tbv nci'eiiaary rrpalrn In Shamrock II. He hi atill bopiful ot "liftIns " tbo cup. 'a Raw Coaililatlon. The Coostltutlonal Couveutlon nf .Vlalwiua nnanlmookly pU'ilgttl itsolf 10 keep Ibe pledget of Ihe Iloinnoraiii- l*arly aud submit any Cnustliutiun frauii-d to tbe people for r.itlilcaiiou. PROMINENT PEOPLE. KinR Victor Kmiuunuol Iiiih Joined tho nrmy of autoinobillHts. Till' Duko of AbruzzI Iuih iM-t-n prr- Hoiiti'd with till- oltlzenshlp of Homo. .lohn 1>. liockofellor Is lierominR nn onthiiHliist in the cultlvnllou of rnro troi'K.' KuiiH-ror Wllllnni Is said to recolvo nioi'i' Ilinn I'liRI letti-rs n dny on an nv- orago. CnineiliiH Vnndi-rbilt hns liought liinil nt Ni'Wpiirt, H. 1.. for a i-ostly i'Ottji>;i'. Sir .Inhn Kilnniiul Conimen-ll. retlroil .\iliiiinil (if Iho nrlllsh licet frpm IMiL' to IS!)!), is dciiil. Antonio Do l.ii Corto y rnstiincirn lin» liccn n|)|ioliilcd Spiinish CoiihuI nt .New Drioiiiis, l.a. It Ih iinilcrsliHiil thnt the conditinn of Knrl liiilicrtH'H lii-iiltli cniiHCH his fricndH urnvc concern. Ciuitrnllcr Color, of New York Clly. .iiiniiiincoK Ihnt hc in not n ciinilidato for Mayor mi .iny tii'kcl. lli'v. Dr. ChnrlcH II. Piirkhnrst anil wife have Halli-il from Now York City for Kiiropi- on tliclr summer vacation. Miss Mnry Wilkinn. tho nuthnross. liaK rotiirncii In licr homo at Itandnlph. Miis.s.. uiiiiiarricd. i1ok|i1Io Ktorics Ir tlic contiarv. Ciilli'cliirN Ilf iiii'ilinovnl .in nlijocts cstiiiiiiio Illc value of .1. ricriiiiiit Mor trail's piirehase. the Maiinliciiii colico lion, at .S'J..-iiiii.iiiKi It is inohalilc Unit when Kliic Kil ward visliK lliiiiiliiir):. lu .Viitriisi. a iiii'iliiiE 111 till' Kiu:;. the Kal-er. and tile Czar will lie arraiiKcil. I'l'iiiik Worth, for yciirK nno nf the liost Umiwn liiiiircs In tlic dailv life nf Wall Sireet, lias sold his w-at on tl.' .\ew Vnrk Slock Kxclmnci-. Ciilniiol .\. K. liuck, Vnltcil Stales MiiilNtor tn .lapan, lias sailed fnr his posi IIU return is reiraiileil as :iii iiMliealion that hc In lo lie reappoint Creek Ttmatw FlnnUj Aac«r<«l. The Creek Treaty pa»Cvl the Honsi' Of luuga. •; 0£;;^'ulfcc. !su. T-jr.. -¦-¦! oow la ready fur tho signature of tin- Cbief Seeretary. wbeu It will beinmc a law. Its adoption will enable the carrying out of masy public enter¬ priaea. anagls lu4tc*MI rse OannlorfalUag. Tbe Federal iirand Jury, at rhlltdol phia, ladlcted Lawyer Jobn T. Seuiple. at CaMdra. N. J., tharced witb aiding Tajriar and BndcU in cooaterfeliiiis twaaty-daUar nalea vblte they wen NEWSY CLEANINGS. There arc (iii.niK) telephones In Nen York City. 'I'licrc are l.'ii) mlloa of electric rail wuys in Spain. Mariiiul's u'irelcHK tolegraphy is lie ing ulilizetl In the Soudan. .\ tux Ilf ten cents a tuu is to lie iiii|Mised liy Wisi'iinxin nu iiv exiKirt- I'll. .1 Krt-iicli (ieiMlciio I'ainimissinu has nrrlveil ai Colon ou its way lo I^iua- Jor. Kndicnl ('hangcs have be<-u made iu tho ouniluet nf llic ruyal liouKohold iu Knglaud. Itnsslau rnllway n-ivipts for .Vpril incrt-asi'd $;UI,5iiil over Ibi; samo luout h last ycnr. The ItUHHian l.ovommont Is oiinsid orinK phliis fur a cnual from the lilaek S»'a lo tlu- Caspian S<a. The WlHiMuslu l>-gislature has voloil to Kuliiiiii in Ibe electors uiit full n pmhiUtuiu Cuuslltutluual auiciidmcni. There is a groat demand for rcudlns mattor utuuuj; tb*- triMips Kiatlum-il nt dl«t.'int poena iu llie i'bilippiuos and in .Via ska. .Vu istalc near VVasbiagloii. D. C. has Ihvu pun hasoil by Joliu 1! .Mi l.caii. of Ohio, who will turu It iutu a (lublie (kirk Kiplon-rx rclurulnK frnm tbe Kossil nil flelds In Westeru Wyoming ri'iiort iltf ,I.-.-.i-ry ,,f luuiiiiu'ralilc springs llnniui: au uil which li.-is la-rn dolor luiiH'd lu !x< a luliricani. A iHioui liy lioQoral "SionowaH" Jackson %aa Ih-cu diai-uTored tmnug some uld |>ii|icrs in I/exington. Va Jxcknou wrnte 11 while a youug liou touaM iu Iho regular army. Maoy .Viuori<-aos arv ei|M-<-ietl in vUll Ibia summer lbo villagoi^ nf Lll¬ lle Briagtou and Eclon. in Nonbamp lousbirr. KagtaiMl, tbe homes ol tbe anovaiora of aeergt 'Waahln(liiB aad BT I. SroTSWOOD SKOEBtOIC. I strolled tmidst where slept the deni], And there on all the headstones read Of many glorious deeds once do Before the saints htd life's race run. I tried in vtin to find some stone Thtt told of WTonns ere life had flown, But til thtt eye could ever find, Wts praise to glory left behind. And when my wnlk at last was ended. And from the dead my way I wended, I mused, did ever sinner die? If so, why epitaphs frankly iio. -The Book World. I THe ginugglers' [ave. i X Bt Miai >:lliabeth Robertson. I AAAAAA ^AA'bltlfii'^Ptiltli AAA*!^!^!) AA OU must not think of rx- plorlns the cnve while the bigh tidoa last." snld Oor- nldinc, flrtiily. an she tied bor hat securely bouoath her chin. "Ilonietulicr wo do not know Iho coHSt; people who have lived bore all Ihelr lives say thoy never saw such high lidos boforo In the Cnrililtoos." "Glrla ure such cownnlH," inuttoied ten yoar old Lester, sullenly. "We aro not afraid, nro wo, KeithV" Keith was only eight, and nocus- tomed to look up to Ills daring cousin In all things, so ho answered loftily; "Of course not. Wo waut to play we arc siuuggUrs, and if the cavo waa »f<fe for them It Is for us. Gerry don't know anythlug nhuut It." (3oi'i'y saw thnt hor brothor wns In ono ot his perverse moods, aud for n moment folt tempted to take Keith with bor lo the store. His mother had left hiin lu her cliargo, nnd she felt the responsllillily koonly. But one glance at tlio lowering sky convinced hor thnt she hnd bettor leave bliu Iie¬ blnd, since ho already had n severe cold. So bidding tliom both be good boys, aud not stir out of tho huuso uutll sbo roturuod. she left thorn to thoir own dovlces. Tho Jilgh clilTs of Tobago looked dark and liiuoly uudor the leadou skle:.; white, curling wnves wore loapiug up agninst thom. nnd heaps of froth lay ou thojr sheer sides. (Jerry cmihl hardly 'stand against the wind, ami mado slow progress toward tho vil¬ lage. The trip wns ncconipllshod at last, however, nnd slio set out for houie lu haste. Sbo hoped Lester would heed hor warning, but ho wns so wilful it was uot easy to tell what wild thiiii; ho might do. He seemed to thiuk It porfoctly safe for him to vcntnio on the olIlTa at any time, though In stormy weather oven the old natives of the Island gave them a wide berth. Tho Ituthvon fumily were wintering In Tobago, and ou the present occa¬ sion, CJcrry's father nud mot her had gone ou a sluirt criiise lo the (iieua- diiics, aeciimiianieil liy Kcllli's parnils. Mr. ami .VIrs. Dantoii. who uwued a yacht. Their leturu had lieen lnokoil for before this; hut tho recent heavy storms had delaycil Ihi'iu. (leriy wished thiy would hurry hack, for the two I'cstloSs boys woro bceoiiiliig tin inauagenble. -Vs sho travoi'sed tlio cIIIT; road, slie s;iw below her the tide sweeping in, nnd the gi-.at, fuaiiiy waves h aping up in splcuiliir tn lireak tu pii ces iu the abyss. The sky wa.i its gray as llie sen; and not a living thing was In sight save a loiiily seagull sUlniinlug Hlinvc the uurge. There suiiul tlic liltio cottage lieyuiiil, lookiu.g warm ami cosy, with a gleam of tlrcllght shitiiiig tliruugh one of tin- windows. (I'eny Avaa glad lo reaeli It nnd thrust Uor face Inside the door, lliliiking lo surprise the hoys, but w;is herself suriiriseil tu liml Ihe room ile- sertod, Sho oa.«t a startled glance at tho hat-rack iu tho hall. Yes. their hats and coals wore missing. They hnd disobeyed nnd gone out In the wind. Sbo had seen so sign of theiii lloug the cIllTs—could Lester have been so foolhardy as to seek tlio sunig- glcrs' cave after all? The bauds of the little clock ou tlio mantel puliitcd to the hour of flvo. Slie liad lieon nhsout an hour and a half. In another minute she was out III the open air and hurrying along tho clllls as fast as sho was able. There was nothing In sight; the whole Bhoi'c was oiniily over tho long, dreary oxpnuso. terror drove tho color from check and lip. For the tide wns ris¬ ing, anil if the lioys wore In the cave thoy woro iu grent peril, with tho wind dashing tlio waves so high along Ihc clllTs, She dared nnl wait to alarm nny of Ihc ueighliois llioIr dwellings stood at tno great n dlstauco. She must at- louiiii the rescue alone; aud with winged feet she siicd In tli,. illi-ci'llon of tbo cave. 'I'lie wind liuireleil her rudely; several Ilinis she was fnrecil In pau.«c lo tako liriatli. She called the children loudly, hut wiud and sea drowued her vnloi'. lireatlilcss aud falut with terrnr. she reni'Iied ihe cave: masses of slimy sea¬ weed lay heaped at the onlrauce, but she pushed It aside. • I.est.'r-Keiili:" slie cried, and Iieard her wild shriek oeh.ied liack froni the ilaiiip walls. To lier Juy twn voices aiisnercil: •Ilore wo are. Oirry -come nn. Weic having sm h larks. We are siiiuirglers, yen kiiniv, and tliese shells nre uur treasures and uh.' what's the matter'/" for (ierry had canglit ea.li liy the li.iud. and for a moment was unahle to litter a snund. ¦Coiuc." she managed t'l say. at last, "there is put a iiii.nient to lose.' She drew tin i.i ahmg toward the iii- tranoe: v luu they reaehed it. Keith nttorod a cry of foar. "Oh. tbo seal We cau't go through all that foam— We sbnll U' dnmneii:" Ho shrank hack, tuggiug at Gerry'a hand, and a feeling of despair eniuo over hor. To wnde out tin ough tbe water wns tholr only ehuuoo. Must thoy go bark lu the oavc and wait while Iho tide ¦ rept higher auu hlKhiT, uutll It drownod thom lik<' rats iu a trap? It was a h^ug lave ami It might Im- there was k leuco or ciirncr where ihoy wouhl m- safe; In go on was out <if the iinestii.u, with fright, ned Keltli pulling- haiH at every atrp la'stcr sab', nothing. Intt his face was like chalk, and he clung iustiueiively lo his sister's hand. Sh" turm-d back Iuto tbe cavo. but ar each st. p her tor¬ rnr gri-w. Tlio .avorn was larg.' and «iuding. Imt fc«-awi>. d was beaihil evorywhon- i vou lo the v. ry w.i||s, proving that it w,i. Il.wde.1 at liieh li.:. .Must i'.,> dr.iwn. inor ,ittr W.l- rli-r.' uo heir? Suddenly iu iho dim light ilerry caiighi alght of a rough ledge of rixk nlK»e Uer lea.l which lonkod dry If il was free froiii '-law.-ed Ihey miglj, l>o fared yet • I.e»trr," sh. »ai.I as ijii.i liy a» she oculd. "hold Ke.ih'i lun.l a luomcut. riear. -wbile I .l.ml. up lo ihnt ledge, ! (or wliercvci lUis wcl coiueK the I water cDiuva too, aoil wc uiut ut to ' flnd a dry place before It fills the cave. You must wnit bere for me." It was vory dlfflcult to climb, and the seaweed Impeded her progress, but In a fow minntes sbe cnme to a bare Iilocc of rock which Jutted ont from the cnve, and 8Wmo»l to rench quite n distance back. Hope sprang anow in her heart as sho mnde ber way back to the boys, ond sending Ix-stor up abend, helped poor Utile trombling Koltb to mount likewise. Thoy huddled Into a corner, clasping each other closely; nnd then Oerry broke down and criod. Y'ou sec she was only a girl, and "girls arc such cowards," "Don't, Gerry!" whispered Lester, In rather a shaky voice, "I'm no end sorry. I mado Keith come down hero ns soon as ovor you wore out of sight. I honestly never thought tho wntor cnme Into the cnve. It seemed to me If the smugglers used It It must be safe, and I wauled to shuv,- Keith I wasn't afraid. Ile didn't want to come—the wind blew so It scared him —lint 1 mndo him. Do you tbink wo shall lie drowued? If we ore. It will bo all my fault." "I hope we nro snfe," answered his sister, "hut the sea Is so heavy wo can¬ not toll. It uever has comj; up so high as this, but it might this time. Wc can unly wait ond hope that God will save ue." Darker nnd darker grow the cavo— heavier nnd nearer tho rush of tho en- cronchlng wnves. rresently tbo spray wuuld wot thom even In their shel¬ tered cnrner, nnd It would be ton long hours, at least, cro they could leave tho cavern. Steadily tho wator rose bonrntb tlietii, aud tho damp chilled them through nnd through. Hour nfter hour passed liy. and Kolth nt length fell asleep, with his boad In Gerry's lap. He slilvorod In his sloop, and luonned at Intervals, as If tho bonor of their situation were with bIm even In di'oaiulnnd. Little by llltic the fury of tbo storm seemed to abate, aud tho tide began fo recede, slowly, nud as If roluolant to leave Its prisouers. Tho wnves crept solibliigly bnck to tho sea's grny em¬ brace, nnd n falut gleam of diiyllght IK'operi down at (ho weary children from cliliiks In the rocky roof. Dnwn had como at last, aud in a short time thoy might leave Ihc smugglers' oavc. How slowly each moment soomc<l to drag! But iu lime tho black floor was froo from wntor, ami they cnutlously desceudod from their uncomfortable quarters and mado tholr wny to the cave's mouth, Tho sou bad sobbed It¬ self to rest and the wiud was gone. Sunrise was just tlnglug tho eastern sky with a rosy Uush as they emerged from their prisou and mado their way back to tho littlo cottage which all tho long night hnd stood tonnntloss. Gerry propnred n tempting break¬ fast to which all three did ample Jus¬ tice, and uoou lirought tholr pareuta Jiomo to hear Ihe story. "I know ono thing," said Lester, canicKlly. "if girls are cowaid.s, Gerry is the bravest one I over saw. Shu .laveil us, for' I was ton scareii to do imythiU!! Imt shiver, and I'vo alway." Iliagged on my grit, loo. I tell yuu I never will again-not avIicu Gerry's around."—Waverley Magazluo. COMMTJNnXOF INTEREST VANDERBILT EVOLVED THIS IDEA IN RAILROADING. KIglit Men Said to Be In PraaUcal Con¬ trol of Our 81 eel Thoronghfarca—Janioi J. am the Oreatrat Kailroad Aulocral Klnce Commodore Vuderbllt'a Time. "The fact that cigbt moq should be In practical control of our railroads Is primarily dno lo tho enforcement ol the KedornI laws enacted to prevent railroad combinations. Uore is a striking paradox: The Supreme Court of the I'ulted States. In dissotrlng the .fulut Traflic Assoclntlon. Infused Iho breath of life Into Ihe 'community of Iuterest' Idea. I'rovontcU by the high est law In tho laud from forming traf¬ lle agreements or pools, the railroad owuers felt bound to protect them¬ selves by forming etill greater com- biuatluus ou the mutual-ownership plan. "Some persons sny that It was Wll¬ llnm K. Vanderbllt who first suggested the idea of 'community of Interest' which hns developed ivUh marvelous rapidity Into tbe basic principle of railroad manngement In this country. Certain it is thnt Mr. Vanderbllt. nnd the puwertiil lluauelers whose luter¬ ests aro closely allied with his. were tho flrst ones to clasp bauds In o pro¬ tective mutuality of ownership. Hav¬ iug welded all tho Vanderbllt lines iuto cue compact system, William K. Vanderbllt was In u position to take the Initiative iu a niovemout to domin¬ ate tho railroad eltuatlon between New Vork aud Chicago. Mr. Vanderbllt and oilier mciubors of his fumily became stoekholders of the rcuusylvnnia Rail¬ road aud capllallsts long IdentiQod with tho last-uamod proporly bought New Y'ork Ceutrnl stock. Is'ogotlatlons wero opeued for a close alliance be¬ tween these two groat Interests. "W. K. Vanderblit's sagacity, ener¬ gy nud thoroughness lu working out tho details of this far-renclilug scheme surprised even his life-long associates. I'rlur tu the Illuess aud death of his eldest brother, Cornelius, be bnd flg- urod comparatively little In the man- agomout of the fumlly's railroad In- tei'.'Ets. Most of bis time was given up to foreign travel nnd social pleas¬ ures. Veteran employes ot the Van- dcrbilt Hues, fooling tbnt because tboy had begun Bcrvlce with 'tbe Commo- doro,' thoy were privilege to express their own opinions, froquontly shook tbclr heads, and muttered: 'Who ia going to succeed Cornollus? Willie K. hns no busiuess head.' "The sudden stroke of paralysis wblch compelled Cornelius Vander¬ blit's retirement from business was followed by a series of surprises, ex¬ tending throughout tbo Vanderbllt sys¬ tem. William K. grasped the reins of control with a degree of prompt uess nnd sclf-relianco tbat seut cold shivers down the back of many a high oincinl WHY BUCHANAN NEVER MARRlEa Tha Imac* of BU Daad Flaaeea Mavei Pnded Praai Bit Baait. "Mr. Bucbanan, who waa Uw flrtt bachelor elected to tb« PreaMency, was slity-flre yeart ot ase wben elected, and bad deliberately given blmself to a life pt celibacy," writes Wllllani Perrlne, hi tbe L4dlM' Home Journal. "In the daya when bo waa a young lawyer ot Lancaitcr, Penn¬ sylvania, he bad loved Misa Ooleman, a beautiful daughter ot a ritlaen ot tbat towu. Tbey bad been engaged to be mnrrled when one day he was sur¬ prised to receive from ber a request to release ber trom the promise. Ac¬ cording to Mr. George TIcknor fcurlls. the separation originated In a misun¬ derstanding on tbe part of the lod.v, who was unusually sensitive, over 80me small matter exaggerated by giddy aud Indlscreot tongues. 8o<iu after the estrangement she was sont to rblladolphla. anrt there died sud- lenly. Throughout tbe rest of his life, or tor nearly hnlf a century. Mr. Buchanan Is not kuowu to have re¬ vealed to nnybody the clrcumslaucos it this romantic tragedy. Uc would Duly say that It had changed his hoix>s nnd plaus, nnd bad led hlni more ioeply than over Iuto politics ns a dis¬ traction from his grief. In his old Igo. long nftor bo hnd retired porniau- ?ntly to private llfo, ho ealled atton¬ llon to B package coutaiulng. ho snld. the paprrs nnd relies which would ox- filnlu the causes of his youthful sor¬ row, nnd which he preserved evident¬ ly with tho Idea ot revealing thom before bis doath. But when he dknl, ind his will was read. It wns found that he hnd directed thnt the pnckngc should bo burned withnut being npened. nnd bis Injunction was jhcycd." WISE WOROS. Tho more wise the womau tho more lenient. Any lie Is bad, but u lame uuo is contemptible. Many a pointed thiug hns been writ¬ ten witb a blunt pen. Heartsease should thrive bost upon the graves of poaccuiakora. Little ears and little tongues can create mighty tempests lu boraes. Between condoleucc aud consola¬ tion there flows the Ocean ot Tears. To know a woman find out ber occu¬ pations; to know a muu note his pleasures. One may forgive those who malign anc, but tliosc who listen uuprutostlug- ly arc beyond pardon. No one ever succeeded In literary work who lackbd either dlsccrnmeut, concentration or application. "Good-byo." two ot the smallest words, yot Into which moro agouy cuu bo ciiudeused than In tho whole vo¬ cabulary. .Mothers who forget to say "don't" wbo had begun to regard himself ns , '" ">eU' boys occasionally aro consid- ludispeusablo to Ihe Vanderbllt lims. '¦''^'''¦^ ''.v "'o same as jn'orlcss aud liiva- SCItNTTIC AND INDUSTf^lAL. The sn;rs hent raises I'roul the eartli lliiny-seveii inliliou tous nf water a iiiiuiite. To tlo the smno work artir.cialiy. a cuho of cual two huiulfod inllcs deep, high and wide would have to be burut evory secoud. .Vliimluuin fur kitchen utousils aud the like has tho grout olijeetiuu that it Iplaokons the hands, like lend, A way has now boeu found to plate aliiinluum with silver, cupper nnd oth¬ er metals oonimouly used for tho pur¬ pose, and It Is belloved that this will greatly enlarge lis usofulucss. Hut alnuiiuuni sohleis with great dilHculty uud this is a groat drawback. Magnalium, a now alloy of aluniln- Ulll and miignosluui. Is being used to a groat extent li.v fureign nuluinohilo uinnufarturors. It has all the flrui- iiess. teuucity and light weight of nl- uiuiuum, and nunc uf Its hml i|uali- tics; It can he worUod wilh tile, lathe aud pinning uiachiue; it Is vrcy plia- lilc auil mnkes au excelleut solder. Iio- sliles which It Is absolutely weather¬ proof and does uot rust. Lieuteuaut I'aris, of tbe French Navy, iu making a scIcntiQc monsurc- inout uf wnves lu the Indiau Ocean, during a gale, fuund that thlrly aver¬ aged tweiity-niiio and u half feot In Iiolghl. Six Ilf these, following cue auolher with perfect regularity, inons- uri d thlrly seveu and a half foot eacb. The pi'opnrllou liotwoen the length and lieigiit uf a wave varies with tho force of the wind. In a gah', fur oxumpio, tiie liugtli nf a wave was fuuud to be eiulilecn I lines Its height, but In a iiioileiat,' wind the lengtii was tweuly- live tiiiiis tile iicight. .Vlr Arctuwski, the goologist of the .Vutiiictic cxpedllinn In Ihe stoaiuer llclgiea, calls atteutiuu tn tho dllTor- I nee in the distriliutlou uf ice around llll' two poles uf the earth. The tl'iaiiug ice uf the uurtli, be says, Clinics down tlirough valleyH uutll lliey reach the water, but tho glacial cajis til, iiiselvcs ilo nut meet the soa. .Vt tile i^ouih. nn the contrary, perpetu¬ al siKuv is eneoiiuiorcl at the slxty- lifth degree nf latitude, aud it is prob- abli- that the fluatiug ico of tho Au- t;niic originates from a layer covering liio whole polar crowu. The .Vgrloultural Department Is iiiueb Interested In developing lu the I'liitcd States Ihe presorvatiuu of fruit ill !'. now form, uamely. In compressed bricks, doue up In oiled paper or tbe like 10 kceji ilioiu from drying out. Tile -Vustrallnns have begun to excel in their fruit jiulp preserves of various kinds aud It Is believed that In Cali¬ fornia especially a vnst industry aluug this Ilue cau be develoiHd. The French are also cxiiorlmeutlng with fruit preserves iu the brick form. This fnrm has eortain advautnges over the lii|Uld prcM'rvoB as it goti, rid ot tho cxpcuso aud Weight uf tho glass or tin IMll kagc. Tho iiurimso ia tu make tho lirli k iireserves taste like fresh fruit, and while cumiiletc succosa haa not yot In'ou attaiued it la believed that the dittlcullies cau all bo uvorcomt r.nclaud luakci tOD.xnio tons of Jam a year and .Vuierieau fruit men lielieve that Die lultiil States, whou- fruit U nn uiu.'h cheaiH-r, sUould uiui h laiyer oulht fur its ducts liian it uuw una. The uow head of tho family was fouud to hnvc a doliiiito policy. Concentra¬ tion, I'otrouchmont aud Increased onrii- lugs were his watchwords. 'Wo must havo these throe,' he declared, and In order to secure tbom bo reorgaulr.eil executive stalTs, with a total disregard of sentimental consldorntlons," "No man bns takou u muro earnest pnrt iu devoloidng the 'community uf iuterest' idea thau James J. IIIII. I'lesldout of tho Great Norlberu Itail¬ road, aud director In several other rail¬ road corporations. Mr. Ulll Is a man of energy aud ijulck decision, and once hc makes up bis mind that a ihlug is desirable io du. be proceeds to du It with all his might. " 'The community ot Interest Iden Is growing iu favor,' bu snld, uot luug ago. 'Small Hues ot railroad, with fow exceptions, are not likely to grow nil by tbomsoivos, so It Is murh better for them tu Join luterests with utruug linos. It Is nut uocessnry thnt the roads shuuld cuusolidate, althougb iu many lustauces a inure economical a^ mlulslratiou could undoubtedly be ob¬ tained by such a course. The time Is coming wl^eu tho community of Intor- jst will be so perfected tbnt small lines at road will bo cut off from conuect- lug traflic so as to make an ludepond- put policy on their pnrt unprofltablo.' "Mr. IIIU Is the autocrat of Ihc Great Norlhoru Kailroad. Sluce Com¬ modore Vanderblit's time tbero has uot beon so complete nn Iustauce of one- ! mau-iKiwor at the bead of u great rall- I road system as Is proseutod lu the case af I'resldent Illil. He evolves policies j luid executes thom, his directors bow¬ ing to bis will with dIgulUed but I uuanimuus docility. Mou In the em- I ploy ot the Gront Northern know that uuless thoy satisfy James J. lilll Ihelr I fate Is sealed. There Is no other court Df up[H>al. And rresldent Hill hns the ropuiatluu of iH'iug 'very particular,' to use tho cautluus phrase uf his sub¬ ordinates. "Ono day Mr IIIII walked Into Ihe offlco of a high ollicial uf llie Great .Northern Kailruad, tn St. I'aul, aud brusquely aunuuuccd: "'Mr. —, I do unt think thut you and myself aro well mated. Your snccossor will report for duty to-mor- ruw.' "This high ofllclal bad been drawing a salary uf ?Ki.liOO per year fur a loug time, nud he had grnwu iuto the iHdief that ho was u lilturo lu tho Grout Nort hcru service. Hut he wont wllh- DUt arguing tbe question with Mr, liiilf "When James J. IIIII was elected a director of Ibo Krie Itailroad a fow nw'iutbs ugu, tbero v\-a8 trepidation amoug many uf tho onipluyes of that I'oinpany, for the report was passed from lip to lip that Great Northern methods Wore tn lie applied to tho af¬ fairs of the Fri*'. .Mr. Hill Is eoonnrul- cal as well as exacting. He dws not bollovo in havlnit too mauy heads of di'iiarluieuts, nnd he Is uvcrsu tn hir¬ ing two mon to perform Iho duties that cnu bo iiorformed by ono 'quick and nlorl' mnn. It Is Ibe 'quick nnd Illort' type Ilf man that has the h'ast lo fear from this pushing, dominating nnd suoeoBsful railroad president.— Earl D. lU'rry. in Alusleo's. rirr entlDe aad Hoaa Cart. A cotuMned Iiro engiue aud hoso cart wa.s recently pHteuted. the eugiue of which Is i,|H'rat<'il by au electric cur¬ reut, whoreliy the uooesslty of tbe steam liolier aud fuel supply Is dls- pcUBod wllh. As the mutive jHiwer is olwtrlclty the ouly upiiarstus required for (lower Is a small electric molor. which is lotnioil Ixoeath the liody uf tho Vehicle, whereby Ibe bndy of tho liirlo may bo used fur tho huso pi|M' ble abuve all molhors.- Itocord. -Philadelphia una. \ Aniitli«r Loat (lalDiborough. One of Ihe best-known picture ox- perl.s r.i New York City, lu siioaklug of I the I'.'turu of the portrait ot tho Duch¬ ess of Dovousbire, said: "Of all Ihe Galusborouglis. to my mind most beautiful Is tbe picture of tho HoiL Mrs. Graham...which now bangs lu the Edluburgh Gnlloiy. I would raMior own It than nuy of the olhers, and wheuever 1 go to Edin¬ burgh I make It n point to see It. '"I'ho history ot this picture Is eveu mure romantic thau that ut the Duch- «ss of Do'ouslilre's portrait. The bus- baud ot the Hon. Mrs. Graham, who must have been tt must beautiful wom¬ au, hnd Gainsborough imi lut It for him, nud ,\ yoar later the subject ot It died. Tbe busbnud's grief was Intense. He built In his bouse a niche, wbero thu portrait was bung, making ot It almost u shrine. "Not long liefore his death, feeling tbat this picture uf bis vi'lfu was sa¬ cred to lilm, he had the ulchv walled up BO that the picture would be con¬ cealed ns long as his bouso stood, Moro than fifty years later, lu thc'cuurso ot some repairs ou the bouse It liecauie necessary to t >ar dowu this wnll. Tho secret ot tbe hiding place of the por¬ trait bad died with the owner, and grout was the amazeiucnt ot the work¬ uiou to llud this beautiful painting couooalod botwoeu two walls and ap¬ parently lu OS good coudltlon as wheu It wns painted. "The dlseovery nttvacted general nt- toutiun, and the paiutiug was quickly Ideutltiod as a Gainsborough aud au rxcelleut oue. too. It was secured by tlio Kdluburgh Gallery, aud there It haugs to-day, a fitting memorial uf a beautiful woman."—New Y'ork 1l(iu. Carrleri of foleon. The Kurgcuu-Goueral of the Wnr De¬ pariment has given his uUiclul saue- tinn lu the medical dngina Ihnt ma¬ larial fever and yelluw fever are spread iilirnad by poisou bearing musqultoes, gnd has sent out Instruct luns which will bo folluwed lu every military post Of tho L'nlted Stales .Vrmy. Mauy a layman who has nut made himself familiar with 'this lUHllor will lie ninazi'd to loam Ihnt the wisest physi¬ cians have become conviuced that tbe lufectluu of yellow fever Is uot con¬ veyed by U'ddlug or cluthing, by c-on- lact, by, tho utmus|ihero of sickrooms, bul solely by certalu luseets. It is lie- yuud questiuu nu ustuulshlng scientlUc discovery that yellow fovor and ma- llarlal fever, two amuug the most trou- blcsumo nflllctluus uf humaulty, ran Im- uot ouly kept in chock, but abso¬ lutely extirpated. If a particular klud of mosquitoes cun bo whully destroyed. What a perslHleut warfare against tlii'.'-e iiosts shuuld uow be entered upuu! Japan Is onlling upon all civilized natious to extirpate rats. It Is ad¬ mitted by the exports tU|t^be bulionic plague Is diffused largely tbrougb those vermin. If the multitudinous Irilies of rats ran bo wljK'd out. es- Ii'?cially iu warm climates nud In cnuutriej like India, thore can be no doubt tiiat au ubiriuing ageut of Infec- llou will lie duue away wilh. The un¬ dertaking is a vast oue, aod the ex- lln'ni'on of these croaluros mny re¬ quire y.iini of cuucertoil. uuremllling lali'i'. Hut tbo gain lo the race It rats atd mosquitoes wero extinct would L-e Incalculable.-New York Tribuue. ley wlrrs of tbo stn-et car lines, branch I wires liolng ruu from such ttroet ear tre at a low cttlmate lO.ltaO,- I '""•" '" "'« various parts uf tho city IIKI human IfiugB who tre in s«-rvilude N'here hydrants arc located. Hy Ihit in Ihe Celestial kliigduiu China bas arrangonieUI a comparatively light ve¬ hicle may be used, and tho jiower it applied tbe instant Ibe wires are con- uected.—Elecirlclty. Uer Varalaa of 11. A yo.iiii,' girl lu a class preparing fur nilii.tsalou Intu Iho church was _^ a^li'.'d liy iIh' pattur how nIi« uugbt tu hrinut"^r'is"conu«'t."d witir"ihe V.V;i; ^'-y «'"¦ »'«l' couimtudmeut. to houor bo! father aud motlicr. he au- Si|.iii.0.r«ju familiea. Had Ibis makea aae slave to every eight ftmilics. Said ao Iritb Jndge to a prisoner: "You are to be hangt<d by tbe neck un¬ til dead-ind I hope It will prore a wamias to you." i^tpmi^iSiaaai^tdS^ ' ia^^-lt..^tie^tt^ sStC Dr. Nagntba. a Japauete scientist, aays that rats cauae all the world't plaguea. and (avors tbeir exiirpalioa. s fj.j, -""t.^ ,->fta rirrri tii A E^CTfd promptly: "1 ousbl to tako thoDi tor walks on Sundays, and I uughl uot to let thom too bow mucb muro I kuow tban ibcy do." 8be ex¬ pressed an oplulon prubably quite cur¬ rant among yonug iieople roucemlng Ihe pn'pondcranre of knowledge In tbe rltlug geuernllon —CongrogatluBallat. Tbe ereataat cape ia the world a over a.300 fe«t hich. THF NEWS EPITOMIZED WAtHIMOTOH ITBM8. Reports recidved nt the Interior De¬ partment throagh official sources In Alaska contain rtorles ot gn-at desti¬ tution nnd sulTerlng among the natives In tbe valley of the Kushokim Rlvor. Colonel SleiTitt Barber Itttormeil the Wnr Department tbal ho will mako application to retire, after thirty years' service. June 30. It Is tenre<I that tbe iiroposcd Pnn- Amorlcnn Congress will uot Ih- beld on aci-ount of the differences of opin¬ ion among Soutb American cnuntrlot on tbe question ot arbitration. Secretary Root Issued n general or¬ der for tho completion of Ibe orgnul- r.ntlon of tho flvo nddltlonal Infantry regiments nuthorlzed by Ibc Army ro- organltation law. OUR AI>OPTKI> ISIJtNDS. Tbo Provost-Marshal, at Mnnlln. cigned tbo findings In the case of Cnp- ti|lii' Kond. charged with participation lu the commissary frauds. I'resldent Tnft. of tho Philippine flommlsslon. cabled Socrotary of War Kuot for son of the appointed scbool- toacbers. oue-flfth of whom will bo womeu. Brigadler-Goueral Hughes will per¬ sonally dlr»'Ct Iho o|>erutlons ngnlnst tbo Insurgents still iu arms iu tbo rblllpplues. The flooil nt Puentos Grnndes. nenr Havana. Cuba, rendered many tninl- lics homoloss. Two persous woro drownwl. Gnvernor Allon. In his annual roport to Presidout McKinloy. suggests n seliome ot colonial admlulstratlou tor Porto Klco. DOVEeiTTO. Vloo-Presldent Koosevelt, nt the ran-Amorlcnn Exposition, Buffalo. N. Y'.. namotl an Indian boby liorn ou tho grouuds. The Coroner's Jury decided t4iat Willie McCormick, of Now York City, missing so loug, wns accidentally drowned, aud not murdorod. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Naramore. who killed lior si.x children In Coldbrook Springs. Mass,, was committed to au asylum tor life. \ The MIcblgnn House pnssed "Jl bill tnxlug the Pullman Palace Car Com¬ pany throe per cent, on gross onriilngB In the State. Tho late former Congrossinnu ITou- telle wns given a big funeral at Hnu- gor. Me, The Now Bngland Womnn Suffrage Association held Its thirty-fifth auniinl mooting nt Boston, Mass. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe was elected president. The killing of the Wnll Dispensary bill lu the Florida Sennte caused gou- eral dlssutlsfactlon In Jacksonville. Tho First Natlonnl Bnnk ot Van¬ couver. Wis., whose president ond cashier committed suicide, shows lla- liIlltloH of i'i32,47l.Vl aud good as¬ sets ot (1137.247.62. The Cramps, shipbuilders, at Phlla¬ delpbln, rooeived a cable messngo from the Czar of Russia, statiug that ho wns pleased with tho cruiser Var- lag. which Iho company built. Wllllnm T. Woodyard, o well-known nttoruey of Beverley, W. Va., died niter drinking extroct of vanilla. Tbomas Edison, lbo Inventor, por- footod a light stornge battery which exports said Is destined to revulutiou- Izo Irai-tlon by olortrlo|ly. .V rival to Iho Bell tolepliono wns or¬ ganized In Detroit, Mich., with' fi',- ."iOO.iKIO capital. Inoeudlarlos burned the bomeslend ou the Ell-.horn Plautntlou. ut New Orloans. La., wblch wos bouglit for n leper home. f:aptaln Honry B. Soel.v, ngod slxl.v- rue yoars, n retired naval <liBlc«'r, ilroppcd dend lu tho street at Pbila¬ delpbla. Ile formerly lived nt Delhi, N. Y. Mr,'". Snrnli Sledd was friglitenod to death by a rulilicr nt St. Louis, Mo. She hail' bi-en III. Peter Anderson, ngod sixty-one, shot nnd killed his sou. Gustav Audorsou. nged twenty-six, nt Astoria, N. Y. I'''atbor nud son had boon ou bad terms for some time. A henvy ralu storm did inucli dnm¬ ago at Asheville, N. C. nnd at Bllt- iiioro, ti, C. where a number ot cot¬ tages w^ro flooded. Mrs. Irene Leacb, postmistress at Cnrtliage. Mo., was arrested charged with stealing money trom letters. The water In Lake Erie Is lower than was over knowu to bo Ibc case bofore. FOBBION. In the Hritish House of Commons Mr .Vlfi'od Hickman protested agalust furiher purchases ot American loco¬ motives. I'lmrlos Boysset, Republican Doyen of the Freucb CbamU'r ot Deputies, Is dead. Foxboll Koene's chostnut colt Olym¬ pln n, n probable runuer In tbe Engliah Derby, broke a sinnll blood vessel. The Czar ordered the construction of a now railway, "no inllcs long, from St. Petersburg to Viata, Eastern Uus¬ sla. Venezuela rejected Ihe French pro¬ tocol providing for u renewal of dlplo- uiatlc rolallous. l.'ront Rritalu prolHised that nn In- tenmtluual bourd cullect and distrib¬ ute tho Chluese Indemnity. liopuhllcnn ngltntinu Is rife lu 8or- via uudor the leadership ut a lieasant named Tnjslcs. The volcano of Keloot, in Jnva, Is III oruptluu, and groat loss uf life Is roiKirtod, Marthlnus I'rctorlous. flrst President ot the South African Republic, died at Potchefstroom, Trunsvuul. The Austrian Chancellor snld that lu view of the couditious 111 the Balk¬ ans, It is Impossible to say bow loug peace will he maintained lu EuroiM-. Colestinu Peraza and bis followers woro taken prisoners by Governuieut 1 roups, near Cludad Bolivar, Venetu- olp. Enqieror William Issued striugeut ordera to exclude newnpajn'r report¬ ers frum all functlous at whicb be In¬ tends to s|H'ak. King Victor Emmanuel nnrrowly os¬ onpod lielug killed by un elevator iu bis palace at Kome, Italy. In tbe Bankruptcy Court In Loudon a recelvlog order was mode agalust Sir Ellla Asbuioad-Bartlett, M. P., wlios<- llabllltlea amount to tUM.XMO, Orders wore Issued for Ibe augmen- tntluu of Ihe (jerniau cruiser aervice ou tbo Yang-tsc Ulver, China. The United Slates revenue cutter Graut ran ashore ou an uncharted ruck lo Saauloh Inlet, near Vancouver, U. C. aud WB* Ijadly Injured.. Heudrlk Iliaen. tbe dramatitt, snf- tored a stroke ot |«ralyslt, at Chris- liana, Sweden. Tbe village ot Aureoza. Italy, wat partially destroyed by an avalanche, uud many coriiaet wore recovered. Tbe Belgian Hi-nale rejected a reao¬ lutlon declaring in favor ot tho Trans¬ vaal aud regretting that Belgium la fwwerleaa lo do auytblng lu Ibe mat ter. Coinpleir Spanlsb election retuma give the Liberals a clear majorllj of IxM In the Cortes and a iua>oiiity, counting all radical eleuenla, of 29a Tbe Austrian and Uuogarlan ra- llmaiea show tbe lotal expenditure of tile empire lo be >T1.SI>2.U(I3. of which tbe army and navy get 108.313.708. Mlatemeota nade in tlie Britiak I'artiaoeat ahowed that Qivat Brilatai and tba Called malca wmv la accord m tha Chlaaaa oaaMlnw STATE NEW& Crar RafMH >iw tka Slata. The weekly crop bulletin o( the New Ynrk soelion ot the climate and crop servliv of the Weatber Darcan aaya: "Beneflclal sbowera w«rc geaeral dar¬ ing the flrtt and latter parta ot tha last week, fair weatber obtalnlag duriug tbe middle portion. AlthovgU tho weather was rather cold, the weak on the whole was favorable for farm wnrk. opomtluns lielng delajrcd moat¬ ly lu wet sections. It waa ftne grow¬ iug Wliat bor. aud causoti a remark¬ able Improvement In wheat, rjre. and grass. Vegetation Is making a rwey ra,ild growth. Plowing nnd aemUng art goiiornl. but work Is still backward. Onts have beeo seeded, and com aad potato planting Is generaL Some taidr. cnrn aud iKitntoes are now belai cal- tivated. and tho early oata are mak¬ ing a flue start. Mcadowa ^and paa- lun-M nre very flne. and ererr pwa- ent ludicntion polnta to a lai^io bay crop. Wheat Is very flue, but In a few plnces It Is uneven and taraliiK jd- low. Rye Is now tn head, with favor- able prospects. Tobacco plant* ara coming np well. Fmlt proapecta eoa- I luue good, the blosaoroi being alma- dant. except nif to applea, whkh art loss promising. Manv eomplaUita ap to the scarcity ot apple bnda ara ra- coived and the general oplnhm la that this crop will be light" Owes nu Ufa ta BU Dag. K, Yorke Parker, a acnior In Ike tat- ostry department of Cornell CbItm^ Kiiy, owea his life to the thlthfnlaeM of his dog Fltz. Kor aome time hn bad boou pursuing hia atudi^ la COB- iioctinu wllh the State Ptcaerra Iq the Adirondacks, and while there waa iroubletl a great deal with InsMBBla. To allay his nerroutneaa tae was ae-_ customed to take long midnight ma- bios, and on tbli occatlon, taking bla (log with him, be atarted on A hmg jnunt at the dead of night Beach¬ ing a bridge, he climbed oa It ta watcK the logs pass underneath bin. In some way the logt anddenljr tam tha supports trom under tbe brtdgeb utf I'ai'kor fell to the rock* below, Hli bead struck a log, and fnUlag tte- licrs bound him fatt Thei« m lag iiuconsclouB tbronghoat the nlgM. ma dog Fits quickly grasped tbe aitw- flun nnd ran up and down tbe bank* bnrk lug furlonily. tn the tmmilin I'arker regained conaclontntiH, but am ono came to bis otalaUnoe. Re Ihyi pinned by the timber* all iar, dat¬ ing wblch time the dog kept op Ut liarking and finally worklDgmen war* nttractcd to the acene by tb* aetlow of the dog and relieved lu* maatWi Old CaataleiT't Plt<siatt*i Interesting ditcoverle* am made by tho grave digger* wbo are re¬ moving liodiea from the old Nnrth Street Cemetery, at BnffhlOk Width Is to lie nted at a alte for th* now Sixty-fifth Beglment amorjr. Iu one grave ' the cOflUl at a baby was cspoeed to View In the presence of tbe mother, aad wbMa It waa being lifted from tb* gtata, M was discovered that a platter coat had been subttltutod for the baby't hair. It Is believed that medical nudanoi robbed the grave. In anothwr gtam the teeth of the akeleton wm pressed tightly upon the bone* ot thM right band tlugera. Relative* Wbo Ta¬ rn llod tbo burlol, taid tbe bonds hm boeu crotsod on the breaat when tbat body was burled, and tbe theory tbat the man was burled alive la bMlered. Five potrlfled bodies bavo been dllCOTr cred. Tbclr outllnot aro perfect ^ nanr; Olay't Private Saeralaty The body ot Jobn B. Fry, who private secretary to Hennr Oloy, l.ilil at rest In the cemetery at noy. Mr. Fry wat elghty-two ot ago and had made hit bomawlth Mrs. Uuiclino Bggletton, of BIdney, a sister, lie bad alwoyt remained • bachelor and waa a cultured gwitl*- mnu ot the old school, Who com ra- couut many Intereiting epiaod** la tba onrly political blatory ot th* Ualttd States. Hc wnt on familiar ttranrlth the forcmoit men of hi* day, and li the last Burvtvor of hi* tanlty. > Uaysr WUbnv r. rartar Head. Wilbur F. Porter, hiayor of .Wgltr* towu, and Democratic nomlnco tor Governor of thit SUte In IMM, died, nged alxty-elgbt yeart eld. Mayor Mr- tor waa born In Herkimer Oonnty, and lived In Walertown almoot all bW Nth. He wna widely known r* a crlnianl lawyer ond coi^ntetor. He wo* m times chosen Mayor, being the nomi¬ nee ot botb pnrtie* one year, B* waa noniiuatcd for Qovernor in IJM bf tba Democratic |)arty, and be mM Aa- feated. 11 .... To Repraaeal Naw Tark Motti Governor Odell baa appointed tba following commissionera to the iMth Carolina Interstate and Weat laoMa Exposition to bo held at ChariaMoa, H. C, In December next Bt Clalr lie- Kclway, of Brooklyn; John T. IfMt, at Oswogo; George Bdward Oraluun, at Albany; William (iorham Bice, of Al¬ bany; H. Christy Head and HBMO Hess, of Now York City and Binl- tou L. Ueatty, of Bainbridge. Womm Taapayats Totad. Tbo flrst trial at Anbura, of the new law authorlKing women tastMir*fa to vote for school ofllcert gtofad Uma- trout to the women candidate*. At the school noihlnatlng conventton tb* women bad two randUate* tor Bebool Commissioners, Mrt. BlbW W. Oa- Iwme nnd Miss Martba M. BnllaM. Hnndreda at wnmen voted for ttMNB, but the opposltlou was too ¦troog aad tbey wero defeated. 'i A ^ : Maw XssUa OsMiitsiftr. Governor Odell ho* appolBlSd Pot- rick H. Cullinan, of Oswego, a* dUI* Commissioner of Bxclte to Ul tbe am expired term of Henry H. Ljniaa, da- ceased. All Aroaad tba Stal*. Angellra'u new Iibrary IhllUnng M nonrly finiahed. Profeaaor J. 0. Filer, priadpol at the Lyndonvllle, Orleans Coanty, Bigb Bcbool, baa resigned. > The recruiting aUtfam opened at Pcnn Van recently ba* been orJ*Wd closed by the Government Mot o dg^ glo recruit waa obtained. Mrs. t). U. Hoy. K. D., tm tttma yoars a practicing physieiaa In AflHM Is dead. Hbe wat prominent la itUg' lout and ciiarltablc work. Tbe Supreme Court at Caaoadalgaih ' has awanled fflOOO to Porter H. Bam( ' who waa aevrrely Injured la • Tablrt Valley Bailroad crosslBg seeldSM M",. Farmlagton, Fobruary ti, ttOA. f'baotauqua Connty has orer resldenu who ride wheels. Lass tlMvi six per cenl. of these have ptwrtM.'i tliemaelvea with bicydo tagSk Tkg, price hsa beeu sdvsncrd to ssf flve oenta. The Bute Land Bosrd bOS thirteen grsnU of tend aildsr ' within the corporate limlU of York City aggregsUa^ tklrtssa The aggrrgsto of tke pfi was fdOOO. WarM's CataiHlaa af The total tsaaal cot l<: Uaitcd Butea, atll. ^ many. 3M,«W,aM; Fraaca, IIM trw-Hiuisanr, KOamO, I Gfxit BriUin, 3e.iiiio,.«in: oart. The tanaat per Uhaasi United fiUtaa was is WS sto IMS, HM poaada; Itm, IS. Frtnce aaat, per iahaUtaat, Aoatria, » pooaiat timaX ^m. voondt. ThaUwIsdBUtathati laon coflce tkaa aO the *thtrr-~ ttthgr. ¦**•• ¦¦¦U»«he immt. tumsrs^Sr^^^i
|Title||Nassau County Review 19010531|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19010531|
A FAMILT MKWSPAPEK OF LOCAI. AND GXNKBAL. JNTBLLieKHC'K.
FREEPORT, N. ^^ FRIDAy7^aY~^3T, ToilT
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The New York & New Jersey Telephone Co.
81 Willoughby 5t., Brooklyn, N. Y. 385 Pulton St, Jamaica, La I.
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TBE SABBATH SCHOOL
INTIRNATiONAL UEUON COMMENTS rOR JUNE 2.
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