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than the average child receives."
The above paragraph, in the
judgement of this Court, exactly
fiti the case at bar and is therefore
adopted by the Court as a part of
After a careful examination of all
the authorities upon the subject
which have been submitted by the
counsel in this case and the proper
application of the rule therein laid
down to the evidence adduced at
the hearing of this cause, I find the
sume total of the holdings of all the
courts to be well voiced in the
State vs Libbey, 82nd American
Decisions, 323, wherein it is main
tained that the courts will, in all
cases, in determining the question
of the custody of the child take in
to consideration its condition with
the persons from whom custody is
sought to be taken, its relation to
them, the present and prospective
provision for its support and wel
fare, the length of its residence and
whether with the consent of its
parents and an agreement, express
ed or implied, that it should be per
manent, the strength of the ties
that have been formed between
them and, if the child has come to
years ot discretion, its wishes upon
Wnshaw vs Gimble, 7th S. W.
Brinster vs Compton, 68th Ala
McKenzie vs Dickson, 80th In
Jones vs Darnell, 53rd American
People vs Porter, 23rd Illinois,
an appeal at 196.
The evidence in this case, briefly
stated, shows that the child was
given to the respondents at birth,
that the wife of the respondent had
but recently lost her baby, that the
clothes prepared for her own infant
child were for the first time used
on this baby boy, that she nursed
it at her breast, that she has cared
for it and nurtured it in an excep
tionally faithful manner during a
period of eight years, as is evidenced
by the appearance of the child, that
the father aud mother of the child
have acquiesed in the control and
maintenance of their boy during all
these years by the respondents, that
the parents have had ample oppor
tunity to have applied for the return
of the child and for its care and
custody. The evidence also shows
the child is being educated and its
clothing and general appearance in
dicates that it is being well treated
and, while it has not reached the
age at which it can elect, yet it
solemnly asserted upon the witness
stand that it knew no other father
or mother for seven years except
ing the respondents aud that it
wished to remain wit,h them. Other
evidence was submitted, tending to
show the opportunity which the
parents have had to visit and look
after the child and yet they have
made no effort whatever to secure
tts return or to maintain or control
it until now.
It is held that the Court has dis
cretion in determining who shall
have the custody of an infant child,
and its welfare is the sole star by
which the discretion of the Court
is to be guided. The rights of the
child are first to be considered and
are clearly to be protected in the
enjoyment of its personal liberty
according to its choice, if arrived at
the age of discretion and, if not, to
have its personal safety and interest
guarded and secured ' by the law,
acting through the agencies who
are called upon to administer it.
Mcrritt vs Swimley, 3rd Ameri
can State Reports, 115.
People vs Porter, 23rd Illinois,
appeal, 196, stipera.
The Court therefore find that the
best interest of the child suggests
that it should remain undisturbed,
at least until it arrives at the age
of fourteen years, when it may
make its own selection. The judg
ment of the Court therefor is, that
the child be remanded to the res
pondents and the petition is dis
missed at the cost of the petitioner.
Hallway Men Muy Strike.
St. Iotiis, April 1. The injunc
tion granted to the Wabash rail
road against its men was dissolved
today and tie prospects are that a
general strike of train men will, re
sult very soon. '
11V A 0001) MKMOUY.
An Australian paper reported as
long ago as 1846 the following
scene which occurred in the Stt
preme Court of Sydney during a
trial for robbery. An alibi wasl
pleaded for the prisoner. At the '
time of the robbery he was in his
own hut, listening to the recital of
Horace Walpole's "Old English
Baron," which a man named Lane
had, with other novels, committed !
to memory. Lane was two hours I
and a half repenting the talc.
The statement seemed so incre
dible that the Attorney-General,
for the prosecution,' asked Lane if
he really meant to assert that he
could occupy two hours and a half
with his recitation. "I could," re
plied the witness, "and I will, if
you please." "We'll have a page
or two," said the Attorney-General,
and, to the great surprise not less
of the learned gentleman than of
the Court and auditory, the wit
ness, after a preliminary "Hem 1"
"In the time of King Henry,
when the good Duke Humphrey
returned from the wars in the Holy
Land, where he had been sojourn
ing for a number of years, there
lived " and so he went on for
several minutes, in a tone aud man
ner which showed that he knew
every wotd of the book, until he
was stopped by the Attorney-General,-'
who confessed he was satisfied.
But the counsel for the defense
was not. Doubts had been cast
upon Lane's veracity, and he should
be allowed to prove it, with the
time occupied in the recitation, by
speaking the whole novel. The
Chief Justice was in great conster
nation at this and exclaimed:
"But do you expect me to take it
At last the matter was compro
mised, the man of memory giving
the concluding portion of the story.
A3 a consequence the prisoner was
discharged. Golden Penny.
The Latest Evolution Theory.
Dr. B. Hagen, a prominent Ger
man 'anthropologist, has recently
expressed the opinion that the
change in man from the original
shape to his present one took place
in Europe. He has discovered
near Krapiua, in Croatia, ten skele
tons, the flesh from which had evi
dently been eaten by cannibal's.
Dr. Hagen judges from the appear
ance of the bones that the speech
muscles were only slightly devel
oped iti those persons, and that
they could not speak as language is
understood now. They had huge
heads, broad faces, with flat noses,
strong masticating bones and mus
cles, short legs and arms of medium
length, and the greater part of their
bodies was covered with coarse red
dish hair. Baltimore Sun.
Lumbermen In Klot.
Ukiah, Cal., April 1. Tlfere
was a serious riot here today be
tween the union and non-union
lumbermen. The union men at
tacked the laborers who had taken
their places and many shots were
exchanged, three men being
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