Nassau County Review 18990609
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a^^att g^awntu lletoieto. A TAMILT SKW^rAHKB OF I.CX;AL AlnD eEMEBAL. I^ITKLLIOBNt K. ^REKPORT, N. Y,. FRIDAY, JUNE !», 180«>. TCMII: tLM .TIAUT !¦ ABTABbB NO. a2. ThoiauO, Kalfht, Btraai K. Bialth. , WsalarB. 8mUb. Qkaris* L. Wallsca, AaMa Qanwall, NalaaB. Smith, -„ . JohaT. navtsiia. . W« A»ft CMmtbI BwiMng Buiiiew i^ ftipOiM —* Ptieowit. I IWd OB Spadal Depoaita. Snfli taMMd OB BoilMid Mid tha Tmt IMMMUfle Solieitwl. ; mmie 9 A. M. to S P. H.; r.»A.X.toltM. Pty—Tmsdayt and Fri- iifilitA.ll. OAnTAI^ 180,000. JIIU tiUR, FUlPOn, L I. Man /. BAMOAIX. PNsMMit. tMAVagn r. ¦PBAOUB. Vlaa-PratdcBl. VnUAM 8. UALL, QMhIar. •OABD or DIRKOTOBSt ¦¦¦Wl. Otaoacn T. Ih>r«(ti« ii. WnUamO. MlTlcr, WMMb *¦ Oillw. O. Waday Ptao, •<Nn**>'Osnrawn, Oawt* Wallaea. jMBM*.8Mlk, OMsaFlMttl, AHMlfeai*, merrtr »¦ Aalik, fhMlMkWaUaaa, Saoff* H. BaadaU WIUluB B. Ball. . wKISSBMs* MSTlMlMwnU la 1 to Ukws er.sllhar Uw I llMllklMniaiaUpaMaofEaropa. I 0Mt»MMnlkaaklaabiMlBaaa oompaalaa, socla. I • Greater New York • !EH»xit«.l Parlors, ' WMMMM • MIBM8E. OOB. niblOM AMD OOLD STS, Brooklyn, N. Y. •M tt Timtk, •,'i.ao ap. •¦iSOiVaas W.oo ap. m*t W*UanW BLOOap. iMhit miias, - • « .sa ap. TOUQM AND OOLD STBSrrs. (H*. Utem% BROOKLYN, N. Y. Onaaarr—W«t. aatraa. * — •* i^h rtteU ITHiB 18 TUrda te Mooads liS* IT Btpt^-IMidalontsta UH0 1T1« - « n »«• 1-1 IS • Mii >1H« »!l Hlata—VallarMiB.raaey.... n\« US Hiyall...'. 9 (B , 9I| Part skims, aood to prims. * # C.li PoUskims S • »ht - # l« Htata and Paaa—Fraali — <¦ I^H Wsstam—Obol«a 14 0 r Soathara—Oholee — • — ¦um 4«D ni(. fi<aa«—Marrow,elioleo, 18M — # ISO Madlam, ISM ISO # 1 311« Paa, oholee, IStS — • 1 SO Red Udaar, aboles. ISOT. t r7}<# IM White kMaey, eholee, 1S9A 1 W 9 1 8S Tettowaye l » • 1« Uma,Oal., « tOlbe ISO #3.'» QroMi peai, bate — • 9* tBnm 4aD aiaana—ratsa. IpplM, Basset, V bbl S at #4 2-. Saldirla,V bU 409 9 6 01) Rtrairbarrles, 8. Jerser.Vql. * 0 1 Haeklobsnias, N. O., V qt. . 10 • 12 ¦ore. SUte-lStS, eholea, * » - (^ - Pair to prime 12 9 If Paellle Coast, ItIM, oholoe . IS fj 11 Ooamoa to prime 11 # It Old odd* a # 7 LITE roin.TBT. Powto,**) - • 12V Bprlac ehlnkens, V lb IA # 2$ nooM«n,«» — 9 « TorkoTs, *» t 9 10 Daeki,*palr 60 • IS Geeee, V pair 7S 9 1 2S Plfeona, V pair 20 9 SO onHU) rooLTBr. Tnrkert, Bib ChlekoBS, Pblla IS 9 at PowU, Blate A Peaa.. Bib.. — 9 II Dneks, L.I. spring, V •>'... 10 9 21 Sqaabf.Vdos 125 9 2K nif AID aTBAW. Oar-Prime, B lao B - 9 M OtoTar mlied SS 9 C (Ibnrar — 9 - Slratf—Loag rye SS 9 41 TaOBTABUm. Potatoea, Boatbera, B bbl.. 110 9 8 Ti Domeatle. B bbl 100 9 1 Tl BwaeC.Vbbl 100 9 tOC OaUMgef, Berate.'I.' 100 9 S0( OaiOBi. doaeatle, B bbl.... 100 9 >00 Tomatoes, V earrier ...100 92St Bqaaao, B eatrltr SO 9 I 00 Tanlpa,wblte,*l«lbaoehea SO 9 2 0( Qteee peee, M. O., B bosh.. 1 00 9 1 21 Una baaas, B erale 100 9 200 BlriBBbaaae,Berate lOO 9 200 Mtaee, B bbi so 9 100 Oeletjr, B ease 100 9t00 ilplBaeb. B bbl SO 9 75 Beeu, B100buBoba* 100 9 400 Kale,Bbbl 15 9 M OarraU,Bbbl lOO 9 180 BadUbM, B basket 25 9 M Rbabarb, BlOObanahea... BO 9 100 Oaeaabem, B basket 100 9150 Atpancw, B dos. banohee. 78 9 100 • ¦All, BTO. floar—WlBtsr PateoU 8 TS 9 4 00 BprlBitPatenU 400 9 420 Wbeat-Mo. IN.Dalotb - 9 81^ No.lItod — 9 89V Oo». Ho. 1 - 9 t>H OMa-No. I White - 9 StX Tnakmlaed 81 9 M Bfe-WaMen •8X9 88 State - 9 «1 Laid-Cttriteui 4.»9« 9 B.OOe UTI (TOOIk .eitydneeed TK« »it Oalrae, ellj dnaeed • 9 10)4 Ooaatry dressed 79 t Bhaep,BIOO» SOO 9 48Ti| Unb, B 108lb 800 9 800 Hon-Lire, B 100» 4 15 9 425 Ooaatrr dreesed 4 9 Oji DRESSMAKING I ¦fMawmTtmiorniEART. l.TMK Misses LCE.. 1 la on pataUaa. MEN WITH STRANUB RBCORDB. Odd TlilBKs la Whiak ¦oma Maa Esael Thair (allows. Laat Merrh there died at Oamant. In hli one hundred and fifth year, a cer¬ tain William Reee, a native of Llan- 'Uiyery, who to wHbIn Un (^ayt of his death waa able tn follow the tx-cupa- tion of pis-kllllng. It was hit boast tbat during tils long life he bad killed over 20,000 pigi. The eame montb saw the decease of another notability In the peraon of Edward Ckmper, "the ehampton ox-roaater." Hia serricee were requlaKloned all over the coun¬ try, his last engagement being at the diamond jubilee celebration at Ports¬ mouth. Oount Rocco DIanovltch can boast of having been a prisoner In nearty every country In the world. He has, indeed, made the getting Into prison the chief aim ot bis life. In or¬ der tbat he may, from personal expe¬ rience, gain Information for a book on (alls be ts anxious to write. During a spare of tblrty-four years he bas been Incarcerated in Belgium, Prussia, Russia, England, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey. The prisons of India, Japan and Sgypt have held bim. and In America and \iiitralla he has aulfered durance vile. His vast experience Inclines talm to the belief that the woret )alla are In Australia, and tbe best tn AmeTloa. fifot long since a certain Mr. Kinsman died in Melbourne. With his bual¬ neaa as auctioneer he comlilned ttie -pastorate of a body called tbe "Pre* Church ot England." and In the latter capacity soon becama notorious for the expedHlon and economy witb which b« celahrated marriages. He became known as the "marrying parson." a ti¬ tle which, from the fact that during a career of thirty-four yeara be celebrat¬ ed 11,000 marriages, he may be said to have richly merltad,—<]olden Pen A separate ensign, consisting of a bina field with a white union, will be ilown by Cuban o'wned vessels engaged in busioess along the coast Here's tc tbe new flag, and may trade folloiv it ia plenty! Tbe Porto Bicsns are beginning to sing tbe natiouBl songs aud to under¬ stand some of the meaning of the Aa;;. Prett.T soon they viil be speaking llie English laagaa;te an.l reading the newspapers. Then they will begin ti appreciate their opportunities nn dwellers in a rich laud which haf Heretofore been abused by mis-goveru- ment. The Americanizing of Qrest BsiJLUll leems to go on merrily. Bight on toi> }f the snooesafnl introduction of the 3nnday newspaper in London comep ihe news that English golfomaniacs Are expressing a marked preference for Amerioan-made sticks, believing them better than those John Bnll har been making ever since tha game oi golf was invented. What next? A surgeon's terrible blunder iu re moving a healthy eye instead of a dis eased one will probably doom the vio tim to total blindness for life. It it not nnnsnal for dentists to pall th< wrong tooth, but a repetition of such a calamity as Ihat reported from Mou treal should be guarded against io futnre by the surgeon taking Ihe pro caution to mark beforehand the eye he is to remove. Ons James McCormack, who ran away from the Conneoticat School for Imbeciles to enlist as a seaman on the Brooklyn, proved himself a hero nt the battle ot Santiago, and has beeu awarded a medal for distinguished bravery. A very potent illustration of tbe theory that each mind has ita line of effective action, and tbat the enthusiasm ot tbe hero is scarcely dia- tingnishable from the insanity of the (everyday worker. More conventions for all sorts ol purposes are being held this year than ever before. These conventions pieaD a high order of intelligence, patriot¬ ism and responsibility. They indicate au intensely progressive spirit and an urgent aspiration. They show that tbe great masses of intelligent people Iknow their duty and cheerfully and (fearlessly perform it. A nation' made iof such a people mnst of necessity bs great beyond all comparison, and its greatness must rapidly increase. I am a fcrni«r locjtrd near Stony Brook, one of the most malarious ikttin this State, and was bothered with nuLiiij for years, at times ao I COtiM nol woik, iin.i was alwjys very. ronsiiputeJ as well. For Man I had niaUria so bjd in the sprinf;, whoii enL'.i»,'ed in plowing, nw I COtUd do notlung but shake. 1 must have taken about x barrel •f qiMna pflb besides do/ens of other remedies, but nex er obtained aiqf permanent benefit. Ltst Tait, in peach liin-. I h.id a most seiious alttck of chilb and then commenced to take Ripans Tabules, upon a Mcnd*a advke, and the tirst box made me all right and I have never baan wMiout them since. I take one Tabule each morning and night tlk* aometinMS when I feel moie than usu.illy exhausted I take three in ajay. TiMy have kept mv stomach sweet, my bowels regular and I havB not haa the least totKh of m.il.irij nor splitting head.iche since I cammethced usuir them, i know aUo th.it I sUep better and wake up fatt refreshed than (ormerly* I don't know hiv;v many complaints iU|ia»a Tabtika will help, but I do know ihev will cure any one in the TTflHt^ I'Was and 1 wouU not be without them at any price. I kMiaM^ considcf them the rheapesl-prked ntedicinc in the world, as My arv aba tha most beneficial and the most convenient 10 take. I tm tmmtf *mn yeais of age and have worked hard all my life, the aana at moat fvmeis, both early and Lite and m al kinds ol weather, •M1 haw never enioyed auch Kood health as I have since last (tU; in iMt MM Mif^bnta have an remarked my improved condition aitd have ' \ "SavnMM. what are you doing to bok so heaiihy f " »i««' >^ms^4 A law -joat passed iu Minnesols lauthorizes Park Boards in citie.i to plant trees when petitioned by property owners (wnoerned, and to assess tho .oost, not exceeding twelve 'and a half cents a front foot, on the properly improved, this to include the expense of maintaiuing the trees for three years and replacing any that may die. Tha system bas been tested in Minneapolis for fifteen years, and Uf- teen thoasand vigorous, well-protected trees along the streets prove its nuo- oesB. Tbe outlay has been remark¬ ably small. Superintendent Ealoo, who ha* oharge of the public schools of Porto Bioo, has foruinlatud a public school [aw. Hereafter all schools supported by public taxation will be free to per¬ sons between the ages of six and eighteen. The stdiool year will con¬ sist of three terms of tlirei' luonlhi esch. The pay of-teachers is tu be from 930 per month in rural and aaxiliary schools to |75 to principals ot graded schools. Text books.are to ba loaned freo of charge to pupils. Suitable buildings must be provided by the municipalities. The problem that confronts our schools to-day is the problem of the individual, observes the San Francisco Chronicle. The entire scheme of edu cation has reached such au elaborati system thst its very cousideration i" daxxling snd confusing. In literature, in the many departments of science, whose field is ever widening, in ^ociolo gioal aud philosophical study, iu in dustrial art, iu pure and applie.i mefebanios, in the study of Ihe varyini^ ounditions and natural features of tin globe, there is opportncity for mani lifetimes of interesting study aud fm special training without limit. Talk ot "Americanizing" Cuba if heard. It is not to be mitunderstood. It doas not mean tbat Cnba is to Im incorporated into tbe American Tnion nor that all Cubans are to be pitch forked forthwith into American citizen ship, explains the New York Tribaue It does not mean that tbe Englist language is to be forcibly substitute.: tor the Cuban vernacular, nor Iha* the religion, manners aod customs ot tbe United Btates are to be imposed, nolsns Tolens, upon the island. Then is no serious thought of any sncb thing, and any talk .'>f il, or fear of it is groundleas as midsummer moon shine. I — . n- It IS eviilant lo every reader of his tory that nations have what may In- called a life period, al the end ol which they decay. Half a century ago a French writer undert.xik lo de lermine the average duraliou of as tional life, and be arrived al Ihe cou elusion that it was between miKI au.l llXW years. Beceutly Pr. V. O. BrintoB has taken np this io<iniry in t scientiflo spitil. and after pointing 3Ut what may be describe-t as national diseases, based upon lock of proper food, irtsase of poisonous Bubstanr<>s, misdiraotion of the mental and physi cal powera, etc, he concludes thai, barriug aome deadly bluu fron. aith >Bt, which would corres|M>nd with a fatal accident in th.- case of aa indi- ridnal, there i> 00 reason why a na- tioa Biifht not prolong its existence iadefiaitely. lb:t lo -Ic that it mnst bs eoBSUatlj wile-soaks aad «¦ gvard afaiaat 4«ca««ratwB. G1.HALLTMES10R0NG DEWEY STARTS FOR HOME ! Five Hundred ol Our Men Proslraled by the Heat. EFFORT TO CAPTURE DEL PILAR. 9lBnal Corp. Man Brareir Rearna a Nnm¬ ber nf Companlona From Il.a ICabel...- 8oina nf Our ITatoiia anil Hiippllaa Abanilnnail llatauaa of Ilia nnuahnr.a of tl.a Counlry—4 Vlaoron. Cainpalan. Mamila (Br Cable).—noapltai tui;. hnve returued to lliij i-ity Willi live ii'.iiulreil men wouailej nn.l lie it-..lrl"lieu (rom I.niv- t.iD's brlKuJe nunr aJv.-iucInK ou tlie .M.>- :OQg peolDsnln. The (iKbtlDg bas boon most severe. It am. Impossible to miilDtfiia a .'<>in[.l*lo jordou across Iha oounlry an.l tii-^ Flll- ploos got past our ilnei nn'l cut t'jo tnlu. graph wires In the Mateo Valley so olten that tbe bIkusi corps bad to abandon tbem. ComimialcatloD from Lawtoa i-s kept up by way ol Faslff. 'TransportKtloii ii-nl to hn abaD.Ioni..|, and evoD tbe Hi^onl KerricH waeons. Five nhluese carrier, with the siitnai Swrvl.-e deciimpiiil, nnd Ri-ri;eant Wn.lnli, wllli i. ,inrly, was cut olT nn.l only siivc.l Ir.im capture by tbe prompt action ol Liftuteii- aot Qibbs. Bnttnry rt, ol the First Artllirtry, wns iin- .ble to prooecil, and Iin.l to hiiru Its wsRODS,Artillery un.l aminunltl.ni to prH- rent them Inlllng Into Ihe onomy's hand«. Two battalions of tlic WashinRtoii iroopa, under Colonel WUailny, on Inir.l cascoes. were towe.l froiu ruiiir to Mor- tiDg on Buiidsv nnil limiloil under cover ol a well directed Hre Irom the tlaclal ariuv gunboats Napiilnn anil (^ovailiiUKa. The rebels nnilnr (icnftni I'io ilci I'll.-ir, who were intrencheil In the outskirts ol the Iowa, reserved their Ilro until the Iroops were ashore and tn the o'peu. Tho Amert- san artillery opened lire on the Insurgonts tnd drove them Irom Iheir positions, kill¬ ing nine ol thera nod woundlun llvB, The ITashlnglon troops llum look tbe town, the rebels flenlnulo the hills. While tbe AniericaoH were on their wny :o Morong the losurgnnts opened lire Irom a shore battery al Anconn, their flrst shot •triking tbeCovadoDga's awnluK aft at s .¦aogn ol 8500 yards. Tbe Nii|ildao also SOS flred at. THE DREYFUS CONSPIRATORS. «lalat«r of War Order. Ksterhnxy and Oanaral Pelllanx lUTaatlcnted. PaaiB (By Cable).—M. grants. Minister ol War, bas ordered an Inquiry into tb« lubjeol of Esterhnzy's connection with Ibe Jooumeot known ne the "Liberator" letter. Me has also ordered Oeneral Duobesnes to inquire Into tbe manner la which (leneral Fellleux directed lulormalloa ngalnst £a- terbasy. rOMMAIIDAKT CRTERRA^T. (He forced the document on wbli-h Drey¬ fus was convicted ol treason.) Because ol hla nttltuile In the Deronledi ease, tho rresldcnt ol the Court ot Assizes M. Tnrdll. is to be summoned before Ihe IIIrU Court ol Judicature and Naval bieo- tenant (luenard, of the garrison at I.'Orl- rnt, Istu be sent before a isaritlme tribu nai. ENSIGN DAVIS RECOMMENDED. Admiral liawer llepnrta Bia Hravery ta tha ftmrj Uapartinrnt. Washisoton, D. C. (Special).-Tlie Nnv) Department hus madepulilln a report Irom Admiral Dew.'y rocommendlnR tbe nd vancoment of Ensign Cleiand Pnvis ieo numbers above Ills present rnnk for sirik Intily gailaot serTlnes tendered In conncc lion with General MacArthur's divlsli.i In the eiiguKemeiits OBhore near Mnl.iln. and Caloocnn. Tlie report presents tht peculiar situaliou ol n nuvnl oltlcer liclui< recomiueliilB.I tor proinoll.iii bv the com man.ler ol nn ormy corps ami Ihls rec.in- mendatlou belug »p|irove.l i.y the u.linlrni of the Heel. EueiKU Ilsvis took ashore a Colt auto matte gun Irom the Helena nn.l .-o-ipi-r. ated with Major Voung ol the I'lali Hiiller) in MncArlhurs u-lvance .,t Cnloo.-uu. BANK ACCOUNTANT MISSING. John H. Handeraon, of llllawa. Chnrcad Wllh Itobblna the (.'oni-rrn of a.lll.noo. Orr.wA, Ont. (Hpeelal).--J.ihu H Hen dersou. no acnunlnnl of tlie Cnlon Xlnnk is misslDg, aud 11 is chargel lli:it l.y lalsi- entries he has rolilie.1 tha bauk "I nlioul »30,0<X) Henderson Is the son ot ihe City Clerk oi Ottawa, an.l i. married. He hns been it. the servi.-e ol the hank (ot over ten ....ir. It Is sal.l tbat he bad spm-ulated uiisu.-c.'sn (liiiy. Tbe hank auth'irlllos state thai tlie shortage wlii be fully c.ivere.i l.y tlie i.unks system ol guarantee, so that liie ii>.-.tiiuiion will suiter no lo»,«. A xkaBWaj flank Fall.. The First Bauk ol Skagwa.v.at Ska^way. Aias'ia, bos dosed its .loor.., with tiS.ori llabilltlas. The assets are said li be til, 000, but muny sny but f8>M wili be real Ized. Judge J.-ihn.on htts appointed J. il Price jecelver He Ihiuk. the depositor* wlli get aboui elglily per cent. Pero'. Naw Prealdenl. Tue electi'jn o( Senor K laar.li Roman* as President, anl of Sanor.. Alza-u.ir. a-i I Bresanl as First ami Swond Vice rresi.lent respectively, ol I'eru. has lieen se.-ured |.y a triniag number ot votes over ihe mioi- muiD re.|uired by law. & Tha l.alM>r Warld. There ote WO carpenter.' unions in the fftile.l -iiale.. Cramp* shlp.rarl al I'biladelpii'a now emi'ioy SOOO m.-n Tbe oil well w Tkers are agitating tbe loroiatl'in ol a nsiioDal uigaaizatioo. The Iliin IIS l.egisiaiiire has rotad to e«- (aiillib siai- e-upleymeni agaocies la Cbi- cago. The recent advance In wages, eqiilralcnl lo about tweuir ie.r ceut.. enables tbe itreet car meu ol rutsiiurg, Tena., to now •ara tl.M a day of twelve bmr". ClDcinoall anions have signed artleles oi agr.i«meat wilb a large shoe la-lcry tbere making It tb-^rougbly uniou. Tbi. Is tbe Ont aaloD shoe ta.nor; In that city. The printers la tba 11 overnment prialiog olBee at Wasb!nc!---n wiil receive an iO' cr«%s« la wages of tea cent, per hour, the Isereaae t.i begin wllh the nail Ascal year. In tbe agricultural pari. .1 Ireland ti i\ a wevk l-. the iiigbesi wage, paid t" a Im hotmt In regular work On tbe -• lasl ot Duagl.:>« women cou earn tI-» a we«K car. lag Ash. The labor papers an I the Ubor ieadera ol tha country ar-. turuia^ tti-.-.r alteaiion t.j the dlscaasioa ol ,'.-- pr-jpusilion to suinll lata orbUrAlioa lor i.;a Ixiycatl whararer practicable. Tha Nebraska Lenlslaiura bu eaactel a law titai ohildrwn antar taa taay aot work la faetorleiorstucss, oaltboM aadar l-jur leaa oaast aot work aaioss taey have at- tsMad sshool iwaaty veski ot the ysar. Departure of the Cruiser Olympia Froni Hcng Kong-. Salntallon. Eichanged Will. Ilrlllal. and Italian Warahlpi—A.li.iiral Wlahes In AtuIiI Hainan.Irnll.iii. Il'iNO KoN.i (By C.ii.le).-Tha Cnited States oriil.ser Olympia, wilh A.linirai Dawey on hoard, has lell liere on lier home wur.l cruise. Thcro ivns no dem.iii"lr.l. tl.in. It was blowing au.l ralDlng Uar.l at tbe time .if ilie wiir.sUlj.'s ile|..ar'.iire. Consul Wlidman reoiained on the niym- pla until the last minute, with a lew fricii.i? oltho Admiral, who wei-,i on b..ar.l to I'ld him larewcll. While passing tho Brlii-ii .'rulser P.iwar- lul the bnud of tlie (llyinpln pinye.l tlie British national anthem aud gave a bugle salute. Thero was no iirii.K. The Powerful replied with n similar salute, and bcr Luud played "Hall Columbia." Astue (llympia passed tliu Italian A.t- mlrai'ssiiip the Oivoipia's l.aii.l g.ia.ved the Italian national aiithoiii aud gave an Al- mlral's salute. The compliments wore re¬ turneil. Then the givrnpia's band plaved "Auld I.ang Svne, - aul tt»ban.l ol iiie Powerlui plavod "Home, .sweet Home. - Admiral Dewey is appareutly anxious to avoid all deinoustrntions. WHEN UKWKV WILL AllllIV E. Wabhimitiin, n. C. (Special).-President McKUilev lor tbe llrst timo gave of¬ flclal Intiiiiatioll ot the tlnie wlicn Admiral Dewey would probatily reach tiiu Cnited Htates, and )iromised bis at. tendance nt n public fnucllou. Henry C. Pnvue, of Wisconsin, n meinlii-r of tho Republlciin N'Rllonal Conimltteevl-lieii the Whitu House to nrge the Prosi.liut io Visit illliivankea some time in D'tolmr, nud tho President ugreod to .lo so, liromlsiug Mr, Payne tbat Admiral Tiewey would nccoiDfiany bim. The President wlli bu iu Chicago on October in. Ile has (.romise.) to go there on thnt date, ind tnke pnri in tho commemoration ot tho nnnlversnry ol ihe (ilii.-ago Are nn.i be present nt llie laving of the ciirnor stone ol ttie new Federal l.ulliliiit; lu that ciiy. Ho told Mr. Payne that at that time ho would run over to Milwaukee anu spend a dny, and that na Admiral Dewey would ac. company him to Cbicngo lie would bnve the Admiral go with hliu to Milwaukee. CHICAGO FLitCMAN DIES A HERO. Chicaoo (Spcolol).—Martin O-Mailey, a crossing tlai;mnn, died a hero'., ileatli in saving four-yenr-oiil Maliei Smitb Irom dealhntWeeii street and Iho Milwaukee Rallroa.l tracks. The crossing, like many others. Is unprotected, nud OMnPey had stood there for fllleeu yenrs, warning drivers and (ledcatriuDHof the approaching trains. When the ontbound 3 o'clock express name tliunderlng up to Weed street, ()'.Mal- ley was on duty, Willi hla red flag in liaud. The littlo girl was oomlug dowu Weed street iu the op|iosito direction Irom thn flagman and looking awny Irom Iho up- iiroacbing train. There were others near by, and It was not until bu hnd warned them that O'Mnlley caught sight of lier. Ho waved his flag nnd shoule.l, but with¬ out seelug him sbestarlud to cross tho trucks. Justus the engine was about to cut her dowu tbe age.l man made a rush and reached the track lu time to toss her to one side. Tbe engine rnn over him, killing bim Instantly. The girl was uu- luiurcd. (IMalley was sixty years ol.l, au.l hnd n record ul several other rescues. DREYFUS HEARS THE NEWS, nrjolced at the Finding «r the Cuurl nl l'n..aliou. Vo«T ns FrAN-rE, I?land of Martiul.itie (By Caliiel.-When theilispalcli bont Coe- land, lieiiring the superintendent of the prison nnd thn commander ol the mnrin. nrtlllery, wlio w.-ro deslgnate.l by the French Oovernment to notify Dreyfus ol thn revisiou ol Ills trial, arrived Irom Ouyenuo at the Isle rtu DIalile Drovfiis was wllltin^• on tin. shore; Although oiiilcttvnrlng to maintain his hell- possession, lie re.-eivc.l tlie iim.'lill in¬ telligence with n couatenauco radiant witb joy. Dreyfus refuses ns yet to wear ogain the military uuilorm which he w-as permitte.l to du by the French (loverumeiit. TO SNUB OUR MINISTER AT MADRID Sorletv Woinen Threalene.l lo Cut Iha Hrlll.h Einl.aa.y Ball if Ue Atlendad. MAoaiD (By (•nble),-Mnny la.lies oltha aristocracy objected to attending a ball to be given at the Ilritish Kmbussy on July 5 wheu tbey learned that Mr. Bellamy Storor, tho uew American Minis¬ ter woiild be present. Sir Henry Drum- lUonil-Wolir, tha British Ambassador, wbeu be was iut^.rined ol tbe of.positii.n of tlie In.'.les, wbi.-h threatene.l tlm suc-.iiss oltlie linll, visited Prime Minister .-divela nnd laid tbe mailer before hlni, asking him to usa Ills iullueu.-e to gel the ladles to reo.iu- sider Iheir determlnallnn. S.-nor Sllveia un.lerlook to arrange tha trjuble, with Ihe result that theluranl.i Isabella au.l ihe .ilher ladies i.r.i.iiised. tbouh'b relu"iaiitiy, to attend tbe I.ali A Fatal Colllalon In Cnloradn. A I.^.-ona.'llve when taking water al a tank near Hi.-kmau. C.I., l.r..k« its .-raw and ^Iarted on a wli.l gra.le. N...ir Buena Vista the runawai crashed Inlo tb« easl-uoiin.! pa.sssenge; train. Both engines were lot liiy wrecke.l Fireman lieorge l»'iswl.-k was kille'l, ami F.ngliieer Arlliur I.alon.ie r.iceived latal in juries. N.I pass.-ngers were hurt. ay fr.im 1 .town K|,ani.h Trnupa All Leave Manila. A 'Il.|.ul.-h lr..m Manila re.-eive 1 al Mai nl. Si'Uln. nun.iunces ibat (iem ral lti'.« with Ih- re.namd-r "I the S|.anisb tr.i .p-, h.is Mrtfslior '-^paiu Tu r.nlargF Itrj Uo.-k at Kan Frsn.-I.rn. The .Ify d.)-k »t Hunters I'jiul s.in Francls'o.Cul., i« to be lengthened IJIO (eel on the bill..ni. Thn will enaSle it lo a-- c.mm I'lati'the iargot iner-Uaiiimeu tlial g.-. inlo ths p.ir!. though 11 will u'.t i.' wide enough I'lr some .,r tlie lilg battle ships It wili take Dearly a year to -jm- plele the work. ^ , __ _ Kapalra lo Ihe Alvarada sad nandnval. TUe Nsval ll'.arl .n Couslru.-ilon al Wasliinstou has re.-oinm"nded that »H. ram kbail be eipemlel In pulling ini serviceiblec'^n iitlin the loiioer Spanish gunb.>ats Alvir.il.. anl san 1. W'irk will ba di H SavyVarl. .at tbe I'.jrlsm.utb (N. GOIEZ SPEAKS TO GDBi The Farewell Address ol the General to the Nation. WUBTS OF AMERICA ARE UNJUST Cuba'. Oreat Pi I.J Work Togelh Ha Tells tha I.landrra lo Sacara iHelf-l.oT. uban. Stu.l Ilevola Them, arlflc Labor.—Cloinet to go logo to Ktnbrare Hla Faintly (liba (By Cnble).—Oenernl Mnx- ..„.. ,,..iue/, the lorraer Coramander-ln. Chloi ol the Cuban Army, bns Issued bi.» lar.iwell mnuifcslo. Iu tho ourse ol ths manifesto he says: "Tho commlssiou with wbicb I bave beeij Intrusted is nearly concluded. I havo at- tempte.l to llnd a solullon of ipiestlon' concerning tbe army which I commanded luring tbe bloodiest war known in Amer¬ ica. I am now lenving Cuba, regrolfuiiy, lo niteud lo noccssnry prlvule business. OENEllAL UAXTU "A putting word to Ihe people lor wliom I Ii'ive sucriilced tbirly yonrs ol my life, nn.l to my Irlends In the army just dls- buudod, which disbandment should havo b.en instiiutly nfter the removal of the bloody weight of Spain's inerolless regime, lor iviilcb we arme.1 ourselves. Now wo no longer want soldiers but meu for the maln- l..nance of pence and order, which are tbe basis ol Cuba's luture weilnre. "We wanted and depended upon foreign iulervcDtlou to terminate tho war. This occurred nt the moat terrible moment of mir contest, and resulted lnS|ialn's .leleat. But uouo of us thought that this extraor¬ dinary event wouM be followed bv il mlll¬ lary occupation oltbe country by our al- Ite., who treat us ns n people Incapable of acting for ourselves, and who have re¬ duced us to obedience, to submission, and to n tutelage imiioaed by force ot clrcum- stances, 'I'hls caODot be our ultimate late aller tbe yenrs ut struggle, and we should aid by every pacKIc method in flnlsblng theworkol organt/.ing, which the Ainori- ?Hus accepted in tbe protocol, nnd wliich is aa disagreeable lor tbem as for ourselves. This aid wlli prove useless without con¬ cord among all the Islanders. Tiiereiorc it Is necessary to forget past disagree- meiiis, to completely unite all eicmeut-i, Slid to organize a political parly, which is needed in any country. "It is always said tliat countries have the government which they merit, and Cuba will have tiint lo whicb'beroism entitle her. i'.i-.liiv slie can only bnve one parly, witii uue oiiject, thaUol obtalulug tbe aspiration ¦'We must devote ourselves topacldeln- bors, gnln tl-e respect of tbe world, and sliow tbat though our war was honorable, our iieace must bo more so, "We must make useless by our behavior the presence of a strange power to Hie Isl¬ and, nnd must assist Ibe Americans tn complete tbo honorable mission which they have been comjielled lo assume by force of clrciinistancBs. This work wis not sought by thoserlcli northerner-., owners of a con¬ tinent. I tlilnk doubts und susfilclons are unjust. We must form Immediately u com¬ mittee or cluti, to lie a nucleus ola Govern- ment. This wlli serve Cuban interests purely, and act ns nn aid to tlie inter- venDrs. "I, us ons 111 tho flrst Cubans, although one ol our last ol.l soldiers and not lar from the grave, without pasRlons or ambl- lions, call on you with llie sin.'eritv ol a father, an.l urge n cesanlion ot the super¬ fluous illscussious ami tho creation of par¬ lies ol all kinds, which disturb thu country an.l tend to oaiise anarchy, lu this country tbero should not be one man whom we consider a stranger. To-day we uo longer have Aiitoiioalsts or Coaserva. lives,but only Cubans. ".My mission having ended, I will absent mysell temporarily to nmbraca my lamily, but I wiil return shortly to Cubu, which I love ns much as ray own land, "My last wor.ls lor my soldiers are that, as always where my lent Is tbe Cubans have a frion.l." This t-ireweil manifesto Is tbe prlnclpnl topic ol conversation smoug Americans ami Cubans .-if all shades ol politics. Tho Americans, for the most part, consider It an aflucting address, expressing the real views of Ibe old iiatriot, and also bis slu- cerc Intention to retire Irom pulillc life. Ills (,'uhau admirers say the iiddrets will rank ani'.ng the niost famous In lilslorv. II Is not tbouglil probable that (leneral O.iinez wili leave Havaua l.elore July I. After visiting San Domingo, be expects to ri-turn to Cuba In order lo remove tbe body nl his son, Francisco Oomez, wbo was kllle.l witb (leneral Antonio Maeeo. Ho ilesiri-s to re-luler the body in bis native lau.l. WHOLE TOWN IN CONTEMPT. Cer. Clllteu In I'rln.-alon, Ky.. Fined F.ir I'alllluiilug m Uran.l Jurr. rniv.r.T.iN, Ky. (special).—Evory man In town was llue.l (or i-ontempt of court. A petlllon ba.l been signed bv all ol tbem asking tbe (Irand Jury not to indict thu In- Buran.-o comi.aoles, an.l no iii.llctmeniif were found. "Ttie iJominouw.-alib's attorney moved to proceed ugiitust the signers for contemi.t of c.iurl. After considerable argument tbe ju.lge line-l every man one ceut, and the decisl.iu was applauded by Ibe defendants. Driven Pro.n Kaaervmtlon. Throe squads of Osage In.Iiaa police an.' light horsemen evicted several hiin.lrei' whilo intru.len Iron the Osage Indian ressrvatlon In the Indian Territory. All the fen.-.-s and Improvements of tb« Intrud¬ ers were destr.iyed aud hundreds of .'atlle were tuiued luto tbe grain iiel.ls. Tbe da siru-tion ol crops Is groat. Ala.kan lUllroad Naarlr Ilea Ir. Tho tra.-ks of thn While Pas. lUiiwuy in Alaska will bo compieiel to Lake llenuett i.r.'ulyl. Tlie K'-hedule time fr.im I'uget S'..in'l iiorl... to D.IIVSJU will tlien li; about Big lit days Promlnanl Paopla. The latest Mark Twain Uf rv is .-f Ihe re¬ ply made by tbe bum-risl to a flieiil wh.i , de.lared his f.in.ineas for call s-bcal .ouj . "I.Ik- likes like,- sal.l Twain. The flrsl visll.il Thoma-. Har.ly. the nov allsl, I.l Ami-rica, wh, ma-U' a' a -ollege le.'iiirer u|iou ar.'hiie.'iuie Sir Hardy la I a great admirer of tbe Cult.'4 Slate. I M Camlll" Kraulc. who has succeeded I DeFreyciuetaathe French Minister of War. I wa-i sent III tills country In i«'.n n„ the Cr>inii.bialoDer-lJe..erai of the French sec¬ tion al tbe Coiumbli:a Kiposllion lioTcrnor Poynton. of Nelr.i'.a. who u i a nne b'ir.emaD. until .eoeutiy ha I a great j dislike for the blcyelH a lew weeks ago. however. h« was Induced to learn to ride a wheal, aad lie la now an ardent .-unvert. Klllo.i Hla Falhrr-. Nurde.ar. Profesaor CUarie* Le.lbetter, ona of tba best known ed.ieal-.r. of siiithwest Texas «»» sb'.t.leai lu Itie «tre..tB 'I Halieits- tille l.y Cbarle. MMurri.v. twentv year- old. M.-Murrav > lather. K»mu»l M -Mur¬ ray was kiiie.1 by Ledbettsr in March list, i.e.-au-.' "' tr-iui.le over ib" JleMnrray .-hildreu w'lo alleu lad Ledbetter s s-h ..l. Le-dbetier wo. oul oa bood lor Ihii kiiiiog. Mlaatloa al Ciaadaloapa la mtlral. Tue datail. ol tbe receat clash ol natives oftbeFraacta eoloay of Ouadaloui,« wilb im-rlgraat laborsra show that tba aMua- tt.u lu tbe Francli tecTltory la Utt West laliis Is erWeal. Alniiral Ileaey ba. I'ei-idod to iireece while 'ID Uls Way home. Sp A'Imiral Hebiey has Just tIsIi*.! Col'.rado Col, Belore departing he wa. NEW YORK STATE NEWS. iDdlaaa Wrila lo tha Govarnor. Oovernor Boosevelt bus receive.1 a com. muDlcatlon wbicii Interested him ver. mueb. It was just ruch a letter as might tmve been seut to Oovernor Peter Sluy- vesant 2(XI years ago. Tbe communloatloD follows: "St. Bkois Hrsisvc. "To Ihe Oovernor of New Vork. Albany N. v.: "We, the the twelve lile chiefs ol th. Iroquois tribe ol Indian., residing In St liegls. do presume to address our brottier. the Oovernor of New York, on a subject ol great Imi'orlance t.i us. "Brother- We have been Inlormed that there Is to be another election day on thif reservation In the near future, aud would lulorm our brother that It 1> grealli against the wlibesof the tribe to have such proceedings within the bounds of thli reservation, learlog tbe consequence* might be tbe death of another member ol our Irlbe. "Tbere may be clc-tionstaklag I'lace ail over tbe State, and If anv of our niemherf s.. favor tbe election system that they wil' -...le thev aro free to do so by going out side ol the reservation, and may lie com- (.eiied to stay out. "Brother, you have n.-.w liear.l of oui wor.ls, and, hoping au early reply, we ro main yours truly, "Tha Tireive Life Chiefs ofthe Bands of th« Hear, Big Pliie, Torioise, Lark, Woll anr" Kock," vt.ll JUUg eagl- OB a n..ie.'.jl lur the Brooklyn. rreiiienl I. .ui.-t g.v- a .ilnner a few dav.aif.. at the Palaee e| the EIrsc.tbat was atteaded by ail the Ministers, Oeneral llarri...u, ei-rr»id. nt i.l the I niied States, and Oeneral i alltenl, whobasjaat r»turned Irom Msdaaucar. General Irving Hala. who ho. lately wr..a Ins laureia iu the I'i.iilppiuea, Ihoagli broucbt up lo Colora.!/. Is nf pore New Kt-gtand atocit, aad tha great-graodaoo of CoioDei Jobu Hole, who at lbs sg* of sU- issu fooaU at Boaker Hiu. Tornado 8trikea Tnnawanda. A tornado passed Ibrougli North Tona. wands a lew days ago. Tbe black funnel shaped cloud was seen to approach Irom the weat shore of Orand Island, above th. lower ferry, but fortunately ll had spent tho greater part ol its destrunllvn powent, before It ba.l cr.Mscd the Niagara Hirer Although tbe damage is slight compared with the nne that visltad this village lasi September, yet n great number of iioiisei were partly destroye.I in the luralier dis trici. Telephone poles, fences, lumbet plies, trees, sidewalks, trolley wires and railroad cars were blown over and cast in all directions. Dan Dasenberg. a milk dealer, while driving his team along Dela ware street with a load ot leed.was caught l.y the tornado, and he nnd his two horses were Instantly killed, Fred Johnson, re siding on Orand Islaud, was killed by a lalling iree. Tho twin cities present a curious sight, Tbetlmliers of blown-down honses, uplifted sl.lowaiks, bicycle racks HU.l broken glass wero strewn tlironghout the seotlnns where the tornado struck lot milos around. I>lale Koar.l of Health Hullelln. State Board ol Health bulietiu lor tha mouth ot May shows that lO.SHJ deaths were reported. re(ireseatliig a daily mor¬ tality ol S46, whicli Is eleven less dally thsn In March. The daily rate lor the flrst three months ol the year was SHO, showing a de- .'reaso this month ot IDflO doalhs from tha rate of mortality of the (irecedlug quarter. Smallpox caused one death In New York City nod ono In Ilocbester, the latter belug tbe flrst from tbis cause outside ol tbn me. Iropllssluce 18'Jt. Elsewhere In the State there is one case of the disease, at Cale. ilonia, T.lvlngaton County; oue at Batavla, one at BiitTalo, oue at Syracuse and recent¬ ly two cases nt CoeyiniiiiH, Albany Couuty, negroes Irom the vlolulty of Newport News, Va,, whence It probntily originated; tb. orlglu ol the other cases Is not clear, save that at BulTalo, which la Iracod to Now Mexico, but all aiietii to have developed In. dependeotly of previous outbreaks in this State. _^ Srlionl Principal's Kulclda, Tbe body of Frank J. House, for sevei, years principal ol the Fayettevllie Higii School, was found bjr a searoliiug parly bauging In the garret ol a deserted inllf, near Fayelleville. Mr. House had been acting strangely. He lelt his homa early la tbe alternoon. and, us he di.l not re¬ turn, his wife cniised a searching jiarty to be organlze.l. His manner ol suicide was Ingenious. Ile plaoe.l rubber tubes In the stopper ol a chloroform boltle and lu- sertod the other end In bis nostrils. Pre¬ viously be hnd arranged n noose about hla ueck lu sucli a innuuer thnt wlinu he be. came unoonsclous from llu. clilnrolorni bs would lall lorwnrd nnd the uooso w.iuld strangle bim. House had recently had a slight disagreement wllh tbe School Trus¬ tees. He was thirty-seven years old, a re¬ spected clllr.eu and member ol tbe Onon- dago Educational Council. Uurglara Hob a Kiel. Farmer. Burglars enlered the house ot Jess* Wukemau, a wcuithy tnriuer, living three nillea from Waltou, Delaware Ciuuly, a few days ngo, and stole uver tiHOQ in casii and (29,000 In securllles. The crime is sal.l to have ls>en couimllted tuiue time afler mld- olglil. Wakemaii was boun.l with striiis ol ll^klug tacc from his own bed. The nil labor of mon engaged In tlie robbery la uot known with certnluty. but a colored uelgbbi.r III Wnkeiiiau is sabi to have seen lour man going toward Walton lu tbe morning. The uelgiibors, who kuew thai Wukemun kept largo sums of money anil valuable securities In bis bouse, expresi surprise that tbe robbery wos Dot oumralt tad years ago. White Fnr liar Funeral. White crape ou the door ol iier hnmi marked Ibe death of Miss Mnry Bateuian at Hparklii. Siie was sevcnty-flve yean old. Aeoordlug to the directions lelt bj her to John V. Haddeu, ber Dearest rela. live, the old woman was dressed In a white gown she had made forherdealL robe, Hbe was placed In n white casket and borne to ber Inst reatlug place In a whit« bearse. Hhe directed thut tbe pallbearer) uli be young men. Hbe provided In hei will that il Ilndden di.l uol carry out thesi directions he would not Inherit ber prop, erty. Ellawoiih lo Bn Oovernor. Senator Timothy E. Kllaworth, Presideni pro tam. ol thn Henate, wlli, tbe latter pari of June, be Oorernor ol New York Stall lor several davs. Qovornor Iloosevslt hai auDOUDced that be will leave lor Lo, Vegas, New Mexico, on June 22 to altanO Ihe reuulon III Iteugh lllders tbere ou tb. 24tb. Cndur ordinary circumstances I.leuienant-Oovernor Woodruff would as- sumo the reins of Htnte Oovernment, bul ha being nbsent In F.urope, this will de. volve ipon the Ite(iubllcan leader In Ibe Benatr. CUIina Agalnat Ihe Slale. Tw.uty claims, aggregating fll.Oll, toi damage done to lau.l uud property by tba break In Ibo Erie Cnonl nt Spencerport, Monioe County, May H, IHiMI, were flied with tbe state Court ol Claims at Albany The heaviest cinlms are: Town ol Parma, fioun, Jain-s Hawkins, tlOW; Julia E, Davis, tVil'ii; Adelaide A Hwuut, IllSO. All Around Iha Slale. Hidepatlis lor those who ride wheels wili soon cover ('bautauiiua County. Silver Creek business men liave signed a petUiou asking (or the enactment ot a cur¬ lew ordinance. Hupreme Court Justice Woodward will deliver the Fourth of July address this year at Chautauqua. A new buibling lo cost fio.OOO will be erected ou Ihe grounds of SI. Ilonaven- ture's College, Allegany. Work has been liegun. A Idg saw mill located near Ksudolph and owned by L. I.. Wilson, of Falconer, was destri.yed by flle. Los.s, ISUOO; lusui- an.'a, I.ISOO. Hoiierl Bruea, sixteen years old. of Oroenwood, Hteiiiiaii County, g.)l mixed up in a rapi.lly revolving sliaft. lie wa« killed almosl lnstautl> tbe remalas belug badly mangled. Homa unknown person has plowed a deep furraw in Le llo» s l.l.-y. lecluder [.atb.aud thereby caused deep In.llgnatlou among tbe wheel devotees of that Tillage. Belmont (Allegany l.'ouotyl aaaesaora bava ralse.i the vnluatioo on personal prop¬ erty lu that village Irim t4t,7SO lo •8S,«4«, Oeorge Sage an.l F-.|moad Lall In were held to bail in the sum ol t27na eacbon the charge of arson In aeltiiig (Jre lo the Well. Ington Hotel at Pine City. Crude oil Is lo be trl«.l on tha main thoroughfares of several Western New York villages with the Idea ol liu|.rovlng tbe roads. Am.mg the places that are •aid to I'.inteiuplate the eiperlmeut are Frauklluvllie and East Aurora. Tba lamoua Coutinental Drum Corfs. ol Rardluia. Erie Couuty. was organized In 1040. Fout ..I Its original members atlll live and rnapond to calls tor Ita aarvlcei 'The Bfin|..r membar Is E. E. Itowley, alnety- f'.ur yeara ..f age. Ha was a drummer lo tha Black Hawk Indian War ol IS'M. tetaran'a Haarl In Iha Wrong Flare. Eiioa WInans. a Civil War veteran, of Ellrj|bath,N J., has r<ice|ve.| wor.t Ibat bis nen.lon ba. I.»en in-reasel to tSfla month. Wr. Wluans has a remarkable phyalcal de¬ lect, his heart baring moved nearly I've incbes from Its normal potltioD, and tt i. ni.w, so the pbyslclaos soy, located undei r.i.-. IcI: ins. HsiiSi nslTcrcifrsai rlios;;.;; Usm for i^any years. A Halaa ataoo lal IWa.l. Death by paralysli has robbed theBera*. lord Cat Club, ol Cblctgo, il Ils resowuad Angora, Ilia beauiilul Quecole. Tbe inacb- admlraid pu»y, which was valued at tVM, was maay tliaaa la.lgel by .xperisaa tba •aast apaelmaa of Ibe Angora tjrps ta lbs V*tt««>t«tss. SAMOANS ARE DISARMING IHE SABBATH SCHOOL!' Warrinp FaoUons Are at Feaoe anil Mataafa Surrenders His Guns. Laaa Slrugale Katwean tha Illvnl Thlaf. iBlne Seam. -Now lo Ba lleflnllaly Hetlla.1—Malletna T.nn the Victor. AriA. Samonn Islands, via Auckland (hv Cable). -Tiie Iroui.ies In Samoa between Ihe natives are at nn end. Both factions, the Malietoans and tho Mataafaus, a'n dl«. arming. Maiaala has already surrendere,! ITOO gnus. The question which has kept Samoa In constant turmoil of late was whether the native tlirono sliould be given to Mstaata nr Malieioa Tanu Mapill, botli powerful na¬ tive chiefs. The for.ncr is favored by Ihe Oerman r.^idents In Samoa, while the English and A.nerlcans lusisti-.l I'.iat ths lalter should be king. As mailers arenow Mailctoa Tanu Is uumoieste.l In his royal rlgits. The Intrigues of the representatlv..s ol the various peoples Intercied In the Island i.'.l to the necessitv for some sort of an nn- derslan.linir ns far hack as IH^I, wbeu Oer¬ many and Oreat Brllain agreed to respect Ihc Indcpen.lonce of the Islands, and In ISilO an ngrcemeut between the United States. Oreat Britain and Oermany was ratinod In Berlin, The cause of the late trouble will he In- torpretei dirferentlv accortlng to the na- lionalltv ol thn interpreter, lull most un. prejudice.) .-orrespondents Ira-e tho origin ol Ihe troubles to t'lo meddling of Ihe Oer- mans In native affairs nn.l In having do- pos.i.l tiie late King Malletoa In 1147. Two Severn bntllei wore (ought InSamoa this venr, one at Vnlteic on nOerman plnn- tntlon, the other nt Vatlma. the old home ol Ilobert Louis Stevenson. FRANK THOMSON DEAD. President of Iha Pennsylvania -tlallway a Vlrlliii of IndlaeallnD. PHii.AnF'i.rHiA (Speelnl).—Frank Thom¬ son, President ol Ibe Pennsylvania Rail¬ road Company. dl"d a lew days ago at his home, nt Merlon, a lew miles out ol the ciiy. Ills death was eutlreiy unexpected. TBS I.ATK rnANK THOMHOa. Mr. Thomson wns flfty-eighl years ot age, nnd since he reaebe.l the age of seven- leen yeara had been in Ihe (.ervlce ol tbe railroad com|iany of which he had been tbo bend during the last Iwo years ol hla life. Ho siiccce.lod lo Iho Presidency la 1H'.I7 upon tlio death ol (Ieorge B. Roberts. Ile was born In Cbambersburg, Penn., on Julys, iml. At seventeen years ol age ha entered the .Mtooon shops of Ihe Pennsyl. vaula Itiillroiid lor Instruction. Aller n four yeors' course ol training In this achool he was graduated as a meohaulcal engineer. He eowld tbeu bulbl a liwoino- live through every stage of its progress from tl rude irou to tbo flulslie.l engine on tlie rail', wliiin he was also fllted to .i|i- crate as engine driver, Misa Aniiis Thomson, tho only daughter, Isa promiiienl flguro In I'liliadi-lpbia soci¬ ety, and Frank O. nnd Clarke ruoinson are bis sous. ENGLAND REWARDS KITCHENER. Ilntiaa ot |-o...i.ioiia Vnla. a flraot of aino.tlOU to Iha Sirdar. LoMios (By Cable). The Houao ot Com¬ mons ba.. voted a grant nf (190,000 for Oeneral Kitcboiier, ol Kbarlouni, lor Ills services In tbe leoent Niie c-iinpaign. Mr, llallour. In Introducing IIibvoIooI HfiO,flOO lor Lord Kitchener In tbe House of Commons, said Ihe fact that the power of Mahdism wna cru ihnd was due lo tbe genius ol the mnu tbi-y dusired lo honor und reward. tho former Libera! Ireland, 0|i|.o'ed the in tbe ground ol Ihe trealineul ol the Mahdl'e bead. Thraa Tonng Women llrawaad. Throe young woman, students ol Mo Keudree College, were drowned In Hllvei Creek, two miles north ol Lebanoo, III. They were lluth Jeiisoa, ninataea years old, of Lebanon; Florence 8|il«», sevantoeu years old, of Kt. Janoli; and Halleue Jack seventeen years old, nl Beaoooup, III. ~ General l;harla. Kins lllarhargad. By direction of tbo P/esl.lenI, at Wasb- Ingtoo, ilrlKadier-Onneral Charles King, who has just arrived at Haa Franeiaeo from service lu the Philippines, bus been honor¬ ably disohargo.l Irmn llie voluuteor army. to take effect August i. Nleainar Horned aad Uaa >Iaa Urowaad. Tlie (lassnagar ateanisr It. O Htewarl (r.m Hao."ick to Duiulb, Minn., ran Hshore on Michigan I.lanI, uoe ol Ibe Apostle* grou|., au.l later wa. burned lo tbe water's edge. One oltho craw. Oeorgs .MuKeuna, ol Detrnit, Mi-'h., was drowned lu .-sca|.|ug Irom the burning leiat. Tbe others, Wllh tlie tbro" paaaeogeta, Were A Maron and III. Wife Coavlrlad. Bar.iu Edgar .le Bira and hi. wile. Van uie, were liuod guilty In Ibe Cnllwl Htates District Court at Ciiicago ol bavlag u»"'l tbe Cnilod nialea iiiail. to defraud nllltens ..f Oreat Britain. Ibey were ouavlciad oa •wouty-llvo counts. Vallaw Favor Ckaaka4 la Oaba. Hurgeou H. K. Carter, of the Cnitod stales Marion Hoapital Marrlen, arrived al New Orleans, La., a few .lays ag.. Iroin Havana to taae .-uarga ol the lloteromoal ... ¦ ...rga ol the iloteramoal .,.,„,.... „.'rat.g«a.eats in lUa avent ,»l tuo aiiiewrauce Ol yellow lover. Ha aaid that tue saultary eoudltlou. ol Caba la leitter tbau ever tH-rore. A lew sssaa ol yellow lavor have been .lUeovared dvnag the ia.l tW'i in.iutlia. bul by Iba (Irolnil Isoiallou u( tbe palleata the diaeaaa wa> pravoDtad from ai.raadiiig. Uaclpraoilr Will. Ika Want ladlaa. Tbo U.'varoiaeat Is aljost lo sagot.ate rrcl|.rocily IroaUa. WlU IMtlsh t(aUa4, Jawsiua aad ti*riM-i"H INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENT* FOR JUNE II. InUlael; "Chrtal Kleaii,*' Jahn ax., tt-M —Oolden Taali ".Mow la Christ Rlaaw Prom Iha Uaad.*- 1 Cor. li^.SS.«Oasa.. uaeatarr oa Iha t>aF*a I.«aaaa. II. "Bat Mary stood wllhoat." A« keoa ks sha bad told Ibe disoiplea her fean, ska returnad to tbe sepuluher, and roaebad II probably soon after Peter and Johu bs4 ell lor bome. "And as she wept siM Hooped down and looked Into th* sapal- jber." Oaoause sb* was anxioss to ssa whether sh* might not, alter all, t>* mis- taken about tbe absence of tb* bpajr. Bba Hooped beoaus* the top o! th* entraaea was eo low that sbe coald not otbsrwisa gel a near view ol theinsi.lo of thelosib. II. "And seetb two angels in white." Ia while rilment. White slgnif.vlng tbe par.. Ity ol tbeir character. Matthew speak* ol be angel's raiment b*lng wbit* as saosi. Tbe Idea Is sppareailr that ot slttlaraad wateblog tha body, 'rh* angols' wsre miotstsring spirits to comfort i wbo wore In sueh great sorrow aad Bsaat . and thay gave explanations ol wbat ha4 been done, uo oa* els* bsing able to glva Ibsm. IS. "8ta* taith unto tbem." Wblla tba other women irere Isrrifled, Mary seessato bave tied no tear, so wholly was sbetakSS ap with ber great'desire ol dadlBR b«c Lord. 8h« wai r**dy lo brav* Bore llsia- loolly than ever all daoser II sb* asllltt only And His eorpae. "They ba*s lalMk away my Lord." Tbis bss bean applM typleally to tboie wbo bav* tried to taka lb* divlae natnr* ol Josus from Ib* Betlp- tures, and left Ihem bnt an empty tooiW. 14. "8bs lani*4 b*r-*lt baek.'' 8k* was outside tbe eare looklag In, asd now sba lamed away, parhap* bearing footsteps ba> bind. "And saw Jesus stondlBg aat kaav. not Ibst It was Jssas." Wby did sbs set reeogals* Him at flialT (1) 8b* bad bar eyas dimmed witb lean, ana (1) ber Btla4' oe«aplad and exelted with vtbsr thoaffbtst- beside*, (S) sb* wss act al all sipeellM l<^ see Him alive; (4) His garments esstalalr must bare been eksngad, as -lbs soMISM . bad tbos* H* was seaaslomsd to weart (!) she may not bav* lookod np to His faes. porbaps bsrdly looksd al all; (t) tka laa^ agony on lb* eross mast bsvs mads saaM dritarsnee In HI* appmranc*. 15. "8be, sapposlsg Rim to bs tbe gar- den*r," sad tb*r*tor* a **rT*nl of Josspk ot Arlmalbea, wbo owned ths tomb, aad. ot cour**, friendly. Mo olher peisoa wiMir ba likely to be tber* st so esriy aa haar, " u Disss 11 were tb* Romaa gaard, of wkMW sbe probably knew nothing. "Aad I will take Him away." 8*e that It Is doa*. th* ' would tak* tbe eare and rsspoasiUllty w bersslf. U. "Jssas isltb nnlo ber, Mary." TMt, word spokda In lbs old, familiar toass, aa4. showing tbat Jssai knsw wbo sbs was, M' ber iBstaolly to r*«ogals« Him. Th* talta Is one of lbs lost things to ehaags. ftaw known mlnlstsrs, sKet many ysan' elh seno*, tn b* rooognhrad by tb* vole*, wkSM sli things «li* badsbssgea bsyond cssoMl* Hod, "Bh* sallh vnto Him, RskbonI," Ha. brew for csy msslsr er t*asb*r. IT. "Jssys Bsltb ante b*r, Toaoh Me aot." Tile Tart) primarily means to fsstaa tot benoe It Implies bere.aot s m*r* BosMatMy louota, bat aollnglag to.—M. R. Ttaaaat. The translalloa "loneb me aot" I* laada- qnatfl and give a tats* Impression. Tha verb (hapl*albal)do«s sol moan to "luask" aad"bandl*" with a vlawlo ***tn« whstbs* His body was real; this OLrlst aot oaly ^ lowed bat eaJolMd tt. tl; Lnk* Mi Wi eonp. I John TTI);'rather II meaaa tai "hold oa to" and "ellag to." Morsonat, III Ii th* uraaMit (notaorlst) Impstatltai iM tb* fan m*aBlng will tbanlor* ba, *V« not eonllaae holding M*," or simply "kaM Me not." "Vor t am aot yet asosadsd ta Hy Father." ThU Is t b* rwuoa gl*** WlV Msry sbonid not ellng to Jasas al tM» tlm*. How Is II B (sasohr (1) Il msaw, do not stop now to embraea Ma, bat baala* away to tbe dtoelplas, tor roa will bav*! othsr opportnolllas to express yoar da- vollon to H«, sine* I ntmaln soma Ilms as eartb bator* I a*e*nd to boavsa. Or (fi Mary would bav* h*ld b*r Lord last wni Ibe grasp ot sartbly *lf*«tlOB and lava.. 8h* stems to have thought tbat Jasas WM - to romala beno*laith with them la tka body. Jesus reminds her Ibat Ibis Is M* true, bul Ibat only altsr BisaseensloasdaM tbere bu tb* Iruesi, fullest, moot splrltaal ' expressions ol dsvotloa. (I) Orlmm si- plains It thus: "Do not s**k to lean Mr touching M* wb*tb«r I am sTsa Btir ololbed wllb s body; Ibsr* I* ao assd et Ihls search, tor I hav* not yat atosndsd ta tb* Father"—and am, tb*r*for*, sllll la tbe flesu—"bat go uot) My brsthres," st<. "But go to Hy bretbran." "Here, for tha first time, Jesu* sp«aks of Hli diselplsa a( brstbrsn."—Hovoy. In spit* of tbsir fan- ares,the disolpl** w*t* His tra* bislhtaala love, and iorvlo*, and falla'«*blp wltn Ood, being SODS of tbe same Father. ^'I asesad." The next sisp In th* work ol rodamptlog, tb* completion ot His Sartbly Inlareoaaa with tbem, was at bond, 18. "Msry Mogdalane came and lold." Bbe obeyed tb*oommsnd otJssus. It Is a matter of no little Intei-Ml tbat ths test sppearsnees ot Jmbs w*r« not to Iha *po*tle*, bat to womon. (1) Probably ba- oaui* tb«y "loved mueb," andibowedllialc love bv going earliest lo th* **pal*b*r. Tha flrst, tb* blgb*it, the best rsTslstleas ol aod ar* to lov*. (2) It was typlsal ol th* obangad poMlloa which tb* gospel was to bestow upon woman. Mneh ss th* («a* - pel ha* don* for man. It hss don* still Mara for woman. (I) It was typical ol bar walk Intbeobaroh, as a meaaanger ol ObtlM. Mark speaks ol tba ang*l ss a yoang ISM. It sirlfcss ona as very remsrkabla tkat Ibis auperbumsa being should bsdssatIM as a Tonng man. ImmortsI yontb, with aa ol buoyant snergy snd fraah powsr vblab that attrlbat* snggaats, belongs lo tk«i* beings whom BorTplnra falntlv showa as our elder brethrsa. Vo wsale dsssrstksli strsngib, no cbaog* rob* tbem of IstMB . wbleb have esaasd lo Inorsass. Ago aa*. ool arltbar them. it. "The sams day" on wblob Hs araaa. Dnrlag tbbi day Jasa* spp*sr*d flvs IMsg. "Tb* doors war* abat lor tear ot Ik* Jaw*," wbo might osslly be angry at ths dUsppearanea ol Jeans from tb* tomb, aad tb* mmoi* of His rsaometleo. "Whsia lbs dlseiples wsr* Bss*mbl*d," la so** app*r room lo Jsrsaialam b*loa4|lag ta *om* diselpl**. "0am* J**a* aad stood la Ibe midst.'' Kithsr by *am* mirsals, ag wb*n H* walked oa tb* ssa, or asaapad Iraai Iba mob at N*sar*tb, or by qsMly opsalag lb* door. Tb* fsel Ibst Jssos sslsrad through the closed door do** aot IsdMats thst Ibe body was otbar than th* aatand body wblab bad beea laid la tbsgrafSt aa4 Christ's lsngttsg**lthUv*ry Ilms, asta* portod by Lak*, "A spirit b*lh net •«* aad honse, as y* s** m* have," appsars ta b* oonolnsiT* that HI* rasurrsetloa body ass HI* pby*lcal body. 10. "Sh*w*d nato thom His bands aad HU sId*." To pro** to lb*m that H* wag tb* sam* Jasus, wllb lbs asm* body, that bad he*D cruclflad, bnt now oom* lo IIM again. Tbia was assantlal lo tb* eoaplaU proof of His rssorreolloD. BOYCOTl 0F8EN0R ASPIROZ. rh* Soolal War Agalaat Iha Masloaa Aa- baaaador rraalleallr tCadad. The soel*l bovcott agala*! Ambassador Asplros, ol Msiloo, Isoaguratad by tb* Aas- Irian and Balglan MlsUlar* al Washtagtaa has *Bd*daad tb* AmbasMdor l*,7>M.»n<»'. For a tlm* Iblag* looh*d .^Jl"/"?,'•'•*• il*xlcBS Ambsaaador asd bU (•"'¦F'¦¦W of Ib* Europ»*B dlplomaU, »•*»' *• *% floeoea ol Ibair AsalrUs sad Bf>«<"" •<tf : laagu**. giving lh*m Ih* *old shoalMt andd*cllnlnglom**»lb«m •«••••••'""K tiona. Bul Aoi*rleas», **f}*i<r i,?S!»J offlclal or .*ml-om*l*hll*, tooi P^d M lal It b* kaoi|4i Ibat tb*y did sotaFfrafg tbe boyeoll of lbs Mas aaa A»h«ili*5 and tb*y mad* bim sad bU fA><>'>$••¦£ olhosorstmanysaisitslsmasi*. "^^^^ ag. diplomat, **F«d»''y '^...VJjf^Sl di*rly lov** a feet^eemr. •¦«» «'-l'«f oot appi«slal* lis last «i^-"^'^f! to FslA OsrtB*y. •k'W.V^ •L^ij^ Um** aad lh*y "wsrsa't Is thj*- •• • rank* of lb* boyeottsrt ••*•«"•• ~i_. 0„w tb*y eoalsls^ far " i?*"i,"Sj-; Iha original m*mb*c», Ih* *"•••* •» '¦•"" Anilrlan aud Bslglss Lsgallaaa. ^ WHLKCD AWO BtAt * IHAIII. A CaiUwaaa Wla* a W*«ar la a Vsn Obarls* L. BaW has woa his bsl that kl *onM watt Irom Trayor, Wis., to Oktfajfs aad beatM* stosk Irala bstvssa IkaM p9lBts. Ths lowas SIS slity ¦<!« •£MI, Md Busl so**nd the dlilaaM tklklrtaM boan,aad*M U OMsago Br* kMUa k» lor* bl* mutm-tstttm rtral P'Lf",.^.*"' poaraaa*. O. I Bttsleaald not I that olbar* pal i migbly «rowd w.—- — f ard* and yallad HasH kaacsa, Bs*l,who k i ssMlsMaa.i*^- loads l.l sba*ji> from Trsvsr J aa.! wiaaa lUy mtifwi mt fi-z 3-- msay of ths *h**p wrfa daad aa*^ •tbeis badly trsmptsd. 1 Bast was v« gry al lbs railroad *Mfl«/s*|a*M.. Md dsslaiod Ihst ks aoiM •»•'' • *•. taae*latasMasalkaa K taaktkat gaidi Wark *¦ a _ tCs aa« rrsash CkalsrT kaliaai m uma, tka ssXtastHa al 1 ' b*naa«^«Mit9 lywill fci **t^t^^ daad aad^ —^,~ bsgaaai W*»i mkiiM 'Ma 1^ mt ¦HHiriitaiiiilii mi^
|Title||Nassau County Review 18990609|
|Title||Nassau County Review 18990609|
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A TAMILT SKW^rAHKB OF I.CX;AL AlnD eEMEBAL. I^ITKLLIOBNt K.
^REKPORT, N. Y,. FRIDAY, JUNE !», 180«>.
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