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mFour thou thouMI thouavulry
Ii M t > 410 a
I rh MI iaalry l a 8lry watered wat their theiri
al lIj ZIO i river 11 r Monday twenty twentyn
t t n rest 1 Hmaldeel 8 1aldHI where Lord LordIHI
IHI U to dot date his dls dlsouts dl dll dleT
l outs ou who have bvI been beennntry beStty
y I nntry tor mile along alongfuund alol1lfJund alongI
I round no Boers Doe south southTIK ioulhThY
1 ThY enemy are laagtred laagtredi
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w i t 01 o i e on the
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tij jmks of Kroonstad Kroonstadtn
tn tbt expectation expectationr
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r A t tiii speedily become becomeunending becameararding ecQlDeI
I unending to Informs Informsi Info Infollt
t i llt ii Marque preparing preparingi
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Roberta Robertaunit RobertI Robertahale
thm i IIH n of lArd
I unit Illl itttct upon the In Init Int
it I v t Invaded districts diatricledeserted dttMlln1
11 lln1 ni deserted except by byAll b bhlhlJ bytuldren
tuldren hlhlJ n All 1 the men menii
ti tiu ii headquarters headcuartenreIv are areu arencernlug
u > IInernlnl < > n TntMg the Incl Inclith InclIIh InclJ
J Y ith the ou OtuIJation u upallon put Ion of ofcxaspciation ofr ofexaapeiatlon
r cxaspciation xalpel > lton Is I Iwith ex exmac ixsae
mac < with which the thenil theI theuh
nil I II their tran trlln810lta t > uits bo boj boo booj
for forthe Forthe lort
j s nf II the British
the t h British untered unteredj
j B 11 r ox wagons wun coolly coollyIIM
1 > lire Ii mile ml away a + ruy a as ifthr If Ifability Iftll
thr tll ability aLlllt of the British BritishIn Drltthdesalbed
n I In III IIIK
K x described ot 1 rightly rbUyt
r t > 1 r ritue 111 hili hi horses torI for forlucratively
I lucratively i minor ad adi ad11I1l1p adIthlIeea
i n 11I1l1p IK leva the waste of ofiii otI
I > 1 iii lie i of all precautions precautionsi
i M lute i of only Obi a score of ofM otqlldtd ofrl
M qlldtd HUM In one night to toii touy
ii uy and the glow low of ofjiki otII ofilie
jiki II a 1 scene In an n iron ironi IronThe
i The city Is I likely llkel to tot toIii
t Iii i lay > > II by > > the immediate tmme41atI immediateuury
1 infiutry uury to tu7lndrlvr tu7lndrlvrfrlII Zand river riverf riveriTtar
f frlII r 111 Mafeklng are arei
i r Everybody 1 < rybudr there theremach therej thereInare
j > > mach Inare and a pinched pinchedarc
arc no longer given givenunites gtveiiIlhltrs vln vlnII
unites II hit now have noth nothr
d r that substance and andiUHuge andiusage nd ndIIae
> iUHuge IIae dally Every Kveryi
i has gone onl Insuffl Insuffli
I u i in I hen and cold nights nightslialth nlehtlIHalth nightsealth
lialth of the garrison garrisoni
n i > umes from reliable reliableVn rellablWIn reliablenknn
WIn Vn iin under date of ofThe ofTh ofThe
Th The Doer now num fumng numa rum rumL
L ng a young Bluff 1resl 1resli 1 teal tealIuldeon
i inUun a IRon who hu h lint Mntr sentrota
rota rotai r
i r iorresponflentWlh iorresponflentWlhimiihaslses orlt orreipt t1 t Fbt IICfW fkd fkdmphaSilee <
1 imiihaslses the tb ex exthe exf x xo
o r the situation says sayato
to Ignore the fatal tt1J
I 1 Baden KadenPowell Powells retrlshtps ret retIhl1
1 rlshtps ithlp endured by the thedren theiidren
1 u iidren iren among whom whomi whomLave
i Lave e already occurred occurredtut
tut In holding a certain certainiff
1 I iff ffv in reserve for ue In InI innunn
1 I lull
nunn illinn I II reported to toTilings toIIIIIII toTn
Tilings Tn nge thirty miles milesnt
L + nt n According to Pre PreHrltlsh PreHrltth preh
h Hrltlsh are ar nearing nearlngi
I 4 I i s > halfway between betweenM betweenklnf
M M6 iftklnff king Oen Hun HunIn
1 t In personal com comf comolumn
f rniumn Ills 111 forcesS forces forcesnitr toreLlntry
S n i Llntry nitr entry and nd from 6000 6000m
I n m n army far greater greater1ien greaterben reaterlIuppo
ben supposed supposedv lIuppo suppneedappnrently d dPInrfntly
v ipnnrently a subor subori
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11 Paul lIal river tn par parJi parIa part
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rt t ilmk ilmkundent ilankI
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m mnt nt In Natal II I ex exm x xnxt x1IJtt
m nxt ° xt four da days > Gen Gennmpleling Qennmpletlng Olnnmilleting
< nmpletlng his franc francfthp tranith
r fthp th Transvsnl volki volkii
lrI i fIIInt Idont Krugera unof un unI
I 1 of n purpose urpo f In the thev th thbr thd
d < v br I1plld > said that should shouldH should116na houldtbe
H 116na lenn tbe republicanK republican
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T L i sera M i and IjUoa Meyer Meyersuiting
1i 1 I t consulting < suiting with the theil theFnl
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< iiJ this morning In Inni Infl
tnn fl > ni n the Ih effect of of1lIm8te a aitllrriBte aahllmale
itllrriBte taken with withli Ith IthIi
li had visited the theT
T lin hi > McAuIlffe and andi
i r some valuables valuablesn
frl1 n h nf her room i ir rev reory revn
r ry > of a watch part parti Partled
i s Before being
1 led i I the TM poison laonxand and nd
1 ant known until untilv
v ID Ii f al asslnance was wasInd 11 wagalgid
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John dralinm j I Killed Killedfc
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John Graham a aid anr aud
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n ii IpHIIII lte with three threeuith threefirth
1 firth them on the
1 L IHt t of the trouble
1 I Iis house The Th man mnlIowft mann
< n followed lIowft him and andand
Iit h t and killed him
me It he deed the
man manUgh II IIrill
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u J in setting a scheme schemer
r W jff has b lately 1attur 1 re rev
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1 1 I ml i pines and to now nowKansas
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v relief llef train took tookI
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KROONSTAD TOWARD WHICH ROBERTS AND KITCHENER ARE ADYANOINOliroonstsd ADVANCING ADVANCINGKroonttad ADVANOINGlrooutlll
Kroonttad I Is an n Important town on the railroad connecting liloeufontein ana bel Pretoria It I Is 120 mile north ef f
Illoemfoultin and a trifle over SO mile beyond llrandfort which wa recently eecvpiMl by the Urfbii lirltlili Smaldeel and
Wintmrc > are > each about 5S mile mil south of Kroomtad Prom Smaldeel SmaldtellDd and Wtaburs to 1retorhi Lord Ilobert ob >
Jectlre the dlttauce Ii XO mile
U A A AAAA A A A AX A A A AAA A AX Io A A A A AAJLA A A AJkJk AA AJ
Y YSPAIN
SPAIN IS FILLED FILLEDWITH FILLEDWITH FILLEDwillI
WITH ANXIETY ANXIETYRiotous
Riotous Demonstrations Over Fi Financial FInancial Financial ¬
nancial Burdens BurdensPEOPLE BurdensiEOP1E BurdensPEOPLE
PEOPLE OBJECT TO 1 TAXES TAXESIcclIiiR TAXESlecling rAXESroo
roo rooJcellUI
IcclIiiR Is Illuming lllcli nnd andtlo andtlohence Vio Violence 10 10Ience ¬
hence Is Ifnreitltlols earedItlolsigainit V llIllIIt iilnit the HieMinister thetUuhtcr theliinlefor
Minister of the Inttrlor Inttrlortltortr JllleriurlCtu InteriorI10edr
tltortr lCtu lls DUpatebss DUpatebssMadrid DI atobsl atobslMadrid oIIII oIIIIIadrtd
Madrid May 9 9The The Government Is Isseriously Isrloualy laiertowly
seriously concerned OQA erned In regard rd to the theopposition tb tboppoaltloft theopposition
opposition developed to Its financial financialproject ftDnel1proJeet financialprojects
project The feellnc in Catalonia CatalOlllapeelaU es especially eepeeially ¬
pecially to i running high and hu taken takenthe takentbe takenthe
the form fo of hostile holt II demonstration demonstrationagainst ellmonltratlonlIat demonstrationsagainst
against Iat the minister of the Interior who whoU wbonow
U now making a tour of Barcelona and andIts andItIIIlron andits
Its ItIIIlron environs A league against IIIt toe gov governments governmenta OV OVernmeNt ¬
ernments taxation schemes has been beenformed beentormd beenformed
formed In Madrid with the title ot Ka Katlonal N Ntlonl National
tlonal Union whose who platform U a re refusal reo reofllll1 refusal ¬
fusal to pay taxation and as a a pro protest Irott protest ¬
test time members of the union propose proposea
a general eneral closing clolln of the store In Ma Madrid Madrid W Wdrld ¬
drid tomorrow Thursday Whether this thlmeasure tbJamraure thismeasure
measure will bo universally adopted re remains remain remains ¬
mains to be seen but the government governmentrealise governmentreallaes overnmentreallae
realise the ulsnmcance Ilnlftctlnce of the move movement 11I0vemebt movement ¬
ment and fearing terln trouble may m arise arisefrom arlletrom arisefrom
from the attempts of the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the union to coerce nonympatbetlc nonsympatbettcstorekeeper nonympatbetlcstorekeeper l nympatbeUctorekeeperll
storekeeper Tomorrow therefore thereforeloobd to tolooked islooked
looked forward to with anxiety anxietyAftct anxleUAttlt anxietyAflel
Aftct a trial of their strength in inMadrid InIadrld inMadrid
Madrid the leaguers Intended to repeat repeatthe reJllatthl repeatthe
the demonstration In Barcelona where wherea wheretrultful
a fruitful field to offered by b the strong strongCatalan ItroneCatalan strongCatglan
Catalan autonomist movement which whichI
I b Itself due to Madrid taxation policy policywhereby policywhereb policywhereby
whereby prosperous Catalonia Is I con condemned condemald condemand ¬
demand to support the rt real < st of the coun country eountl country ¬
try tl The visit of the minister of the theInterior theIbtrIor theInterior
Interior ha given the Catalonlans an anopportunity linopportunll anopportunity
opportunity to openly display dlll l their hos hostility ho hotlllty hostility ¬
tility In Barcelona Itself his reception receptionI
I b divided Into thre categories He Hewill 11 11wilt Hewill
will be received by b the officials cere ceremonloualy ceremoniously eremoaloulIl
monloualy by a majority of the popula population populatlon population ¬
tion ulenly and by the students and andthe 8ndthp andthe
the remainder of the Inhabitant with withriotous withriotoua Ith Ithnotour
riotous demons demonstrations t rat ratlonll Ions The students studentshave Itudpntlhve studentshave
have even pn erected barricade In the thestreets thetreel thestreets
streets treel which hlch the police ollc have hl had to tocharge tochare tocharge
charge while hll < gen darme with withdrawn withdrab withdrawn
drawn word have cleared the university univer university unherIty ¬
sity The minister met with a similar similarly ¬
ly hostile reception In the neighboring neighboringtownship nelhllorlnCtownlhlpa neighboringtownships
township and nd yeetertUy terd wa com compelled compelled ompelled ¬
pelled to hastily leave the town of Tar Tarrasa Tarraga farre
rasa re where he Intended Int mlt4 to visit the fac facCALIFORNIA tcCALIFORNIA facCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA LADIES LADIESltiprrlenr lADIESJIIIIfIule LADIESIlxperleuce
ltiprrlenr with lth Drink DrinkWhile IhlnkWl1Il brinkWhile
While using l8ln Mocha loch and nd Java Coffee CoffeeI
I was finally tlnlI thrown Into a Berlous cane caneof cueof caseof
of nervous prostration with heart trou trouble trouba trouhis
his ba and dtonr headache My bus busband hu huaDd busband
band > also It 11I0 had ha most serious stomach stomachtrouble atOJDachttOllba stomachtrouble
trouble for to years an W WI finally fllIlI gave up upcoffee upcotr upcolT
coffee colT and beran b an the UM of PostumIloth 1ottum 1ottumBoth loatllmDatil
Both husband husband and myself have now nowbeen now1IH1t nowbeen
been perfectly tecU Well for three year yearMrs yearMrs
Mrs 1 C 11 Holmes 1101 of 1M Did < Adair St Stand StaDd Stand
and Mrs Ad Leonard At 4 Twenty Twentyseventh TwtntyIIventh Twentyseventh
seventh St Log Angeles both tried triedPostnm trtedPoIIt triedPoetam
Postnm PoIIt Food FW4Coff Coffee hat did not boll It Itfifteen Ittlftltn itfifteen
fifteen minutes according to directions directionsand dtr cUon cUonnd
and nd tharafer did Id not like It I made Il Ilrup acup > i icup
cup for each of them the right way wa and andnow andnow endnow
now they th u use it dally daU and like It very verymuch verymuch try trymucb
much muchMrs Mrs 70 Ida Sherman of 611J Went Wfcntworth Wentworth nt ntwOl1h
worth avenue lU Chicago had been quite quiteill quitIII
ill for year ear with dyspepsia and nervausnes ner nervousness neroOUDI ¬
vousness OUDI and I urged her It to leave oK oKcoffee offcoffee I Ieolt
coffee eolt and nd take Poetum Food Coffee CoffeeShe CoffeeShe offe offeIhe
She now writes me ro that she K entirelycured entirely entirelyMr elltlreYeurtld
cured curedMee
eurtldMIII Mr Julia Moore J Or of ttlVfmMe Pal Paland ratand nl nland
and also 1 Mrs Lily PtaMn of f HlxersM1 HlxersM1were HIlr Itlvereidewen lk lkwere
were both ill 11 for some > oars ar with heart hearttrouble hearttrouble wsrttroubl
trouble I told them of my m experience experiencewith eX trtne trtnewith
with coffee and nI1lnhe Indvcrt them to drop It Itand Itand itand
and take up Poatum P ltUnt Food Toffee 1tfP < < > Mrs MrsMoore MrOOre MrsMoon
Moore OOre wa cured and In three thr months monthsafter mnnthIrt monthsafter
after Irt making the change Mrs frl Ptslin Ptslinvrote Rtaidntrrote tah1nIrot
vrote Irot that Ihl h ne had been relieved ni more morptrom morefrom ro rofrom
from leaving 191nl > ff coffe and rising 1I In nlt 1 1tum p pturn Ls Lsturn
turn than she had obtained < 1 from 8n anm1rine n nmodlclne > I Irn1Irln
modlclne modlclneI
I raturallllltrn n orit n t Yf YfPoatam r rPottum rJ
am naturally a string Btri nf < <
Pottum J > Ina In Maud Mage 122 12 N NJohnson NJohnson I IJohnlGn
Johnson St B Lon Angeles California
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I tori tones owing own to the tumultuous demonetrationa demon demontrationa demoDItratioDi
trationa of the rioters who stoned the theminister themlnlltert1 theministerial
minister equlpagea wounding tile tbeminister tileInlnller theminister
minister and the Marquis Portugo who whoaccompanied whoaccompanied 110 110aecompanlt4
accompanied himWhen him himWhen himWhen
When the Spanish ministry was w worlnlst4 re rporganised reorganised ¬
organised April II on account of dl dlsenslons dlIIblolt dis dissensiods
senslons among alDon its members Senor tenorDato SenorDato nor norDato
Dato was appointed minister of the be In Interior Intrlor Interior ¬
terior In the cabinet presided over by
Senor Srvela SrvelaTnpnnoso tpvela tpvelaJnllRn ejlvsialnhtnnoeo
Tnpnnoso JnllRn o Immigrants Lnndml LnndmlSan IjAtlllmlPraD LnudcdSin
San Francisco PraD < Iaco Cat al May d t 9One One hun hundred hUlldred hundied ¬
dred and fiftyseven Japanese Immi Immigrants Imlotl Immigrants ¬
grants otl have just lilt been een landed in thiscity this thiscity tlallolt
city olt Of this number seventyfire wereadmitted were wereadanltted w wa
admitted a dtte4 on certificates of landing landingsigned IlIIeI IlIIeIaliMd landingsigned
signed by the united States 8tt Immigra Immigration ¬
tion commissioner at Vancouver and andninetylive IIIdalntIIv andninetylive
ninetylive on certificates from the thecommissioner theoolllralaalolier theoommliuloaer
commissioner at t Seattlellpht8110lingtlpl0greaeln Seattle SeattleSimla ReaUIIMl9IIO
llpht8110lingtlpl0greaeln Ml9IIO 1lngllQJIjr 6Inl 6InlSbn l lSimla
Simla Sbn May fThe I The bubonic plague pia Is Iigenerally Isgrall Ishyshooa
generally hyshooa showing hon nng a material decline declinethroughout dtOll declinePonoo e elhroupOIIt
throughout India IndiaIoflao
Ioflao Society Acts CtB nil tho Moors MoorsThe BoorsTIt floorsThe
The TIt Hague May If tThe The Netherlands Netherlandspaaoe NUttrlaa4JMIOt
peso society IOClet has Ila addressed An It appeal appealto Pllttlto
to Prest McKinley begging him to fur further turther furthen ¬
ther the peaceful object of the tb Doer Doermission Doermtllioo Doermission
mission to Investigate their ease to
bring about arbitration and ntI put a top to toto toto
to the nernlctou war In South Africa AfricaWith ACrtcaWIth AfricaWith
With Trnnsatlnntlo TrantiItIO Liners LinersPblladeIDhla TluersPhiladelphia UnolSlbla4etphlt
Philadelphia May Ha 8Salled S S Iwltltrland
Swltseriand for Antwerp AntwerpGold AntwrpGol1 AntwerpCold
Gold fi Or > r Kuropo lCurUIow ICnrapoNew KuropoXew
New w York York Mar Ma IBarllll 1 Baring Ma Magoun MagounCo MaoaoCo eun eunB
B Co will ship 00000 000 In gold gold to
Rurope JDu fOtt tomorrow tomorrowPopulation t tomorrowIcpulntlon omortOwIclltllntltm
Population of tho Yukon YukonToronto YukonToronto nkonToronto
Toronto Ont May I A special from fromDawson fromDa fromDawson
Dawson Da wlOn sayThe says saysThe Y YThl
The Yukon territory census lias beencompleted been beencompleted beencompletfd
completed The total population is I II IIMO 1 11iCIO
MO men 11600 women 2000 children hUd
600 00 British Drltt subjects 4600 Americans
8000 > 000 Indians IndiansTo UO UOTo 110To
To Push Mm Ton TonTacoma IhulnoMl IlusbtoagTacoma i
Tacoma Wash May 9The 0 Tbe steamer
Daalyvostock from Yokohama brings bringsthe brtn brtnthe
the following oriental advices advicesTit adviceThe d1ceaTIIII
Tit TIIII tea tl dealers union of Japan has liastaken hMtakeR hastaken
taken energetic Iner etlc measures meu to push the thesale UseIe thesale
sale Ie of Japanese Jpan tea throughout the
United States Stat It propose to post advertisement ad advertisement advertltementa ¬
vertisement regarding Japanese Japaa teas ttU1Ia ttU1Iapublic la fapublic lapublic
public places plac and to dispatch commto commtoslonein com comlionelll commisloners
slonein to make Inspections of teas Im Imported Intported fatported ¬
ported at the chief ports of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatea UnitedStates
States and Canada An annual subsidy u ufrom
from the government velbmlnt has been obtained
by the association The union will wtltdeavor en saydeavor endeavor ¬
deavor to have the United States 8tat abol abolish ab abolih l lIlh ¬
ish the tb duty on teas and have the In Inspection Inpettton inspeellon ¬
spection transferred ct from American to toJapanese toJpan toJapanese
Japanese Jpan ports portsThe POrtaThe portThe
The Urltlsh Utltl Britishgunboat gunboat Sandpiper waswrecked was waswreckfd wurkd
wrecked rkd in 11 tbe Wet tlt river near Canton Cantonrecently Cantonrecently Cantonrecently
recently Temporary repairs were made madeand madeand madeand
and she be was towed to Hongkong ll ongkon gongkong by II the thetorpedo tttorpNo thetorpedo
torpedo destroyer FameItowar1 Fame Famellcnvnnl FmeHownrd
llcnvnnl flir a > r Antlrco AntlrcoSt lItlrcoSt
St Johns N F May 1fa IThe coma comaof coIIRlot
of Sweden and nd Norway here often a award re r1ward reward ¬
ward to any and nd all person who Whonnd ma mafind may
find articles IUcl connected with the polarexpedition polar polarexpedition Olar Olarex
expedition ex edltton of Herr Andre the aero aeronaut aeronut U0naut ¬
naut The reward It especially peclal1 directed directedto d dto
to whalers bound from this port for OJ
Davis strait which connects Baftn bar barwith 1IIirwith baywith
with the Atlantic and lid to fishermen pro proceeding p pcHdlnr proceeding ¬
ceeding to the coast of northern Labra Labrador 1 1dor ¬
dor next month monthThe monthTh monthThe
The Impression Impr ision to that Andre may maypossibly ma mapoulbly maypoastbly
possibly have reached some region regiontouched rllll rlllltOll regiontouched
touched tOll < lIed by Newfoundland whalers wltaleraor wltaleraornhermen or orfishermen orfishermen
fishermen from which relics might be beobtained litobUtn beobtained
obtained obUtn from tbe Xsqvlmavx XsqvlmavxIlonth Tquimauxheath bAavs bAavsloath
loath 3Inkps n Donlnl DonlnlXew nonlnlNew Donln6New
New York May I 5special A special to theHerald tbe tbeHerald tbeHrald
Herald from Washington say Y a Re Referring Retemnr Referring ¬
ferring to a report that Charles F WNeely W VTNcely WNttI
Ncely NttI chief of the tb bureau of finance financeof
of the Cuban postal department had hadoen lIa4ton hadbeen
ton > oen the tb business teimsentatlve of ofhimself ofhlmlllf ofhimself
himself and nd other prominent Repub HepubHcun Repub1I1IIDI RepubIIaa
Hcun in Cuba and that he was behindIhe behind behindthe
the man n who had furnished the UOOOO UOOOOr UOOOOah 110000ash
r ash ball for Xeely Nefti First Assistant AssistantPostmaster AItantloatmter Assistantlostmuter
Postmaster General Perry 8 Heath Heathsaid HethId Heathsaid
said Id
saidThere There I II absolutely no foundation for forsuch torueh forsuch
such a report Neely has not been my myrepresentative IDYrprtlentathe myrepresentative
representative In Cuba uba either political pollttcalh
1 h financially socially or In any IIY other othervay otllerft otherway
way ft I have had ne relations what whateer wtaatr whatever
ever r with lth him hImI himMy
1 M My I lir hrlhr > th r n who ho to a director dlN < tor of the theKP thepnth thedrventit
KP pnth entli National Nall nal flank of New fork forktamt rotkan Yorkcame
came an to Washington thl evening lie Hetell lietell lietells
tell me that the 10000 cash ball for fornlshed harnlbed furd
nlshed for Neely Netl was 18 furnished by b Carl CarlA
A stllker 8111k r of Mutxle Mllrl < l Ind president pre dnt of ofthe ofh Ofthe
the h Union Notional Bank of Muncie MuacieThe Mu MuThe MuncieThe
The Seventh 8 venlh National Hank of NewYork New NewYork MewYork
York In th the New Turk depoaMary II deppg1 eyy of of1li ofIh1nln oIthe
the 1li Ih1nln Vnlon N Nati I1IIrlll li > rel r l Hunk of JIuBCte JIuBCteHiilkT uncle unclePnsldent
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TAKE OUT CARS CARSEvery OARSEvery
Every Street Railway in St Louis LouisTied louisTied LouisTied
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St L Louis uls May K W Uv Iwrr Owry y street ra rawiy rail railWIT 1 1wa
WIT wa ttne I ih n St Louis county t II tied up upthis UPthla upthli
this morning and not a oar r to moving 1l1DOYl1IOftrat movingGeneral movingGeneral
General Manager M George QtOI W Baum Baumhoft IktllDbolt Baumhog
bolt of the St lx Louie > uls Transit TraMIQCt company companyaMoonced oumpwnyahnigseed
aMoonced QCt at t a m that no attempt attemptroiri attemptmade attemptKq4
Kq4 roiri iii e made to run can today un upleis unless ¬
leis less 1 ample police protection was ac acMr IIIMr atMr
Mr liaumnoff says y the company baa baaplenty baatr buplenty
plenty tr of men eb willing to take out can canbut c cbu canbut
but Iw 1 e doe not feel It 1 would be right rightto rlhito
to risk their live while the tb present presentcondition pre presentcondition eat eatcondltlott
condition of lawlessness continues continuesChief cOltttnuCIaIt continuesChief
Chief of Police Campbell declare that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the force t rce under him U I too email to tohandla toIaaD tohanie
handla IaaD e the situation properly but If the thecompany tbecompaly theeompafY
company would select one main Ib line to tooperate tooperat tooperate
operate he would see that the cars carswere caraw carswere
were w run without molestation molestationThe
The tam railways put plI on additional additionaltrain additionalt additionaltrains
train t and made numerous slope Pas PaoNn Pascenters P Pfs
centers Nn fs on Incoming trains suffered sufferedgreat suferedgrt ulfere41rtIat
great grt a Inconvenience IDe onvenlelce from the tieup tieupaailn tieupt tieupaq
aailn aq t in consequence cabs pad transfer transferbfoisa transfer1i10 tanfer41d
bfoisa did a rushing ruhl n buslftess buslftessAUnoat butII u uM tII tIIAOIt
M AUnoat Alit t every y line of f hualsTaaa It down downtown dOWDtOW1a downtout
town III suffering urtrln as a mult of the tbestrike tbtatrt1te thestldkb
strike Tile Theout a only persons pell < < 1l11 Am who are mak making mkIN makIng ¬
ing anything ti out of the tb existing D g condi condition condltton condithou ¬
thou af 9 of affair ar are the hotel stun livery liverymen liveryn
men n em wok owners and bleyola dealerwho dealers dealerswno del delwho
who ate rushed with business businessPlace IlbitIMIIot businessPlaces
Place of amusement were almost almostdeserted almOitt1ed almostdeeerted
deserted t1ed last night and IADtIbteaue9 because of the theprospect thepropld theprospect
prospect of a slim 11m attendance during duringtbe durl durltit duringthe
the tit continuance of o tbe tAke StlUu It hasbeen has hasbeen ha habfelt
been decided to postpone plitp tle t t scheduled scbadulednational schedulednational uled uledlaUonal
national league baseball games until untilafter untilatter untilafter
after tbe trouble Is I over overThe overTpe r rTbe
The house now of delegate < 1 > le atcs kaa adopted adopteda adoptedolutlon
a resolution olutlon declaring thl franchise franchiseof tranchllflof
of the BL Louis Transit company re revoked reovoked revoked
voked In every Vel instance waste the com company compaJlf cornpasta ¬
pasta falls to run Its It cars IB Strict com complaboe cornplabee omplattce
plaboe with ttb the pnnlslon of the ordl ordlnanc ordlJII ordinncy
nanc nncy JII under which it Ita fra franchises tral Ines were weregranted wereglinted ere ererrnte4
granted grantedW
W D Mahon of Detroit president of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Amalgamate Association of Street StreetRailway ItreptRalhn StreetRailway
Railway Kmi l mlll mpiny > ln > > of America baa ar arrived arrived r rrlvld ¬
rived here h He will supersede u Samuel SamuelD
D L lee e In the Olrculon Jlr < lon of the 13m strike strikePrealdent IlrtkePnoaIdlnt strikePresident
President Turner and Bupt 811 t Jenkins Jenkinsof
of the Suburbsn line IIn have applied to toChief toChief toChief
Chief of Police Campbell tor protection protectionof
of lhg their r men and property They Th nay naythat 118 118that saythat
that mere m were only about 10 eoadurtars condur condurtors eoadllton
ton and mntormm out on their line linea linehit lineSad
a hit d Had ad It not bv been n for the ta strike oft onthe oftthe ofttbe
the St Louis Transit companys sys system syrtern 1 1tem ¬
tem their car t huM > > ul < l now be running runningon runnlnon
on regular tar schedule time timeIt 11mton timeR
It is I estimated the Ih strike to costing I Ibotb
both the companies and nd employee emplo pt000 pt000a UOO UOOa
a day
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San Prang Jw May lCajitata Ciptjitbi < AIIt bt Cush Cushiag Cuablat Cushing
lat ot the th11eiau l enoe cutter Rash which whichhas whkbhall which1w
has sailed nail for the Arctic will take takeCtttatI a aeetunw acensus
eetunw of the Inhabitant of the Aleu Aleutian AlcuHan leu leuUn ¬
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vote his bl attention to the Mahiteg sea seaseal Ie seaseal
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I KRUPP ARMOR ARMORIS
IS SHOT THROUGH THROUGHUnltid
UnIted States Hu H a Decided Ad Adyanlife Adyn Ad Adran
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Kriiii ICr IrriIltrecr lI1jlr1tt61 ArhHtif at 3600 R00Otnrtls R00Otnrtlstlatkute eoo lMrd lMrdBarly ar II IIIIIlicllillo
IIIlicllillo IIIlicllilloIIIrl tlatkuteiS
iS Barly rly Dispatches DlapatchiaNew DIpateh1Nw
New York May lIa lThe The Washington Waihlngtoncorreipondent Wal1tll1ltonor Washingtoncorrespondent
correspondent or OndlI of the Herald dieouaalng dieouaalngthe dllCUlilnthe
the new American projectile says The TheIndian TheIndln TheIndian
Indian Head teat wa w conducted several aeveralweek severalweeks veral veralweek
week ago In the pretence of navy DaY and andand andand nd ndand
and army ordnance experts A Ainch six sixInch 1 1Incb >
inch Krupp plate wa w liMa aa a target targetM4fcerUiv tattrom target4MA
M4fcerUiv 4MA + tng wa was from I alxioeh rifle rifleOrdinary rln rln0nJ1raQr rifleOrdiuiryz
Ordinary armorpiercing projectllea projectlleawere
were ere fired at t the plate and U tgpected tgpectedwent espectedMedl
went > 11 to piece on the target targetThen tlrtrhn targethen
Then hen the game kind of 0111111 shell but with withhe withhe withhe
> he new cap wa Bred This cap capJ4 la isknown laimown
known J4 owD u the Johnson Soft Noee It la 1snot laaot I IIIOt
not pointed like the ordinary armor armorpletclnf armorplrclne rmorIn
pletclnf In cap p but ha has a rounded end endThe endThe nd ndTilt
The Johnson cap la calej cf catailoft aolt because It ItI ItIs
I Is composed of a metallic substance substancemuch ubtancemuch ubltaltcmacb
much softer than the plate the de doserwtlve deacrHttlve deIIftIJU
acrHttlve term being btl comparative only
The theory of lt its use la that the soft aoftnoae 10ftnattenlb softno
noae no flattening against alnat the plate on onImftact onIJnHct onimbact
Imftact offer a comparatively soft aoftauBatance softiU ott ott1oI1iItaDce
auBatance iU lance for the ret of the hell to toIrUie tolrlIce tostake
stake IrUie and with an n entrance once onc ob obUlned obf41n ohtilnsd
Ulned f41n i1 the tb projectile And It easier to toPenetrate toPIItttrate topoqetrate
Penetrate the plate The Tb cap I is de daacribed delCrIbfd desctlbd
acribed a having the effect of lubricat lubricating lubrlcatlna lubrialIng ¬
ing the r rest et at of the hell ehellThe shellThe hellIt
The It firing piece was wa not more than thanthan thnthan thanthan
than 2000 yard from the tb plate when whenpenetration whentDltltloD whenpqut
penetration pqut cation was a U acquired no attempt attemptW ttmptiftiden1oflltrate
demonitrate W the effect of the hell at atlong at1on t tlorw
long distance being deemed advisable advliableat dvlubleM
at Mfflm the Mt experiment Two shots hot were wereflrod WPrellrod werefired
fired at the Uletltrlt target w with Ith 1 projectile fitted IIttedwith Ailedwith fittedwith
with the Johnson cap and both of these thefewant tbeaew
want w < t through the platea plate plateThe pltefn
The fn a Krupp plate wa was a made for the thenuielan thetillian theRussian
Russian battleship being bel built In Phil Philadelphia Philattlflhta PhlladelphN ¬
adelphia but how the navy nav department departmentgot
got ot It la t a mystery The United State Stategovernment StateaOlIrnment Statesgovernment
government ha h has not contracted for any
Krupp armor and cannot get It for ex experimental experlment1 experimentsl ¬
perimental purposes from the com companic comal cornponies
panic al which make itWhile It ItWillie ItWhile
While the tent was not conclusive on onaccount onccount onaccount
account of th the > failure to fir fire at longer longerrange loftierraDle longerranges
range it wn was eufflclent to how that thatthe tbttit thattee
the tit Johnson J Invention hat given the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United State a decided advantage over overforeign overforen overforeign
foreign nation In offensive naval navaltrength navalItrtftlrth navalstrength
strength Naval officer say It will do domuch domuch domuch
much to neutrality the advantage poi poieaaed poseased
eased by b foreign navies a that are pro protecting proteeU protecting ¬
tecting teeU their ships hl with Krupp armor armorTheee armorThese rmor1ele
Theee officer add however that It Itdoe ItdOH itdoes
doe not dispose of th the h > 4eIded < rried l die dliadvantage dlla4vantaea dieadvantages
advantage under which American Atnerl an men menofwar menofwar menofwar
ofwar with Uh Harveylied armor would wouldabor wouldabor wouldabor
abor In an engagement with lIh foreign foreignflip torenttipa foreignDrips
flip Drips wltht Krupp Kruppbardened hardened armor armorArgues armorArguos rmorArltl08
Argues In Favor of AVhUky AVhUkyKtw Whlijk Whlijkt WJaiskyxi
Ktw xi Tort t May MI IA A pedal to the theHerald the1raltl theIferslb
Herald from Washington says nayaPew 118aFw saysFew
Pew paper on army rm matter which whichhave whlebhavi whichhave
have been written recently have occasload occa occalooed 0 0Ilobed < <
looed more comment than that In Inwhich Inwbl inwhich
which wbl Captain Chu E Woodruff of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the medical m al corp aaaerta rt that for the theeoldler theIOldler thesoldier
soldier Experience demonstrates that thatIn
In a tropical climate the moderate ue ueof u uot useof
of Intoxicating drink la necessary to tocontinued toontIDut4 tocontinued
continued health and efficiency
It t ctka be safely aaaerted rted that Rur Rurgeon RurlIOn Surgoon
lIOn General Rternberg doe not agree agreewith agreewith rp rpwltb < < >
with Captain Woodruff although mill military milllar millLary ¬
tary lar etiquette forbid that he hould shouldadversely houldafloeraely houlddNrlltv
adversely comment upon anything un unofficially unoIIIclaUy unogMialiy ¬
officially written by an officer of the thecorpa thecorp thecorps
corp corpt
corpaIt t It I II well known to medical men menaid menlet mensaid
aid let Sternberg 8ternb today that the soldiers aoldlerof
of the Brltlob army rm who ho have pent ipentyear spentYeats pentIf
year If In India and who ho have lived upon uponrich uponrltb uponrich
rich food and strong tron liquor always alwayreturn alwyreturn alwaysreturn
return to t the mother country count with en ¬
urged liven and nd deteriorated phys phyilqu physIqpes
lqu Iqpes Our own experience In hot coon countries cauntrl coontries ¬
tries trl ha hap not been of long enough dura dura1nrt durIlut duraPart
I
Part of tho Crow Drowned DrownedMelbourne UrownetlMelbournl DrownedMelbourne
Melbourne May eThe The British ironship Iron Ironuhlp IronIIhlp
ship Sierra Nevada Captain Scott Scottrom ScottIOI ScottTomIArerpool
TomIArerpool < rom IOI < Liverpool January II for thl thlpert thlport thispert
pert was wa totally totII wrecked outside the
head Five of her crew were saved savedbut uVedbut savedbut
but It la believed that twentytwo 0 oth other otbIDOIdln 0thera ¬
er era IwMdlng the captain perished perlll1e4TIll
TIll The Sierra Nevada was 11 owned by b
Thompson Anderson A Co of Liver Liverpool 11 11TUR ¬
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Hie fallowing are extracts from the
latest work of M I Flammarton written writtensomewhat writtenIOIIIIWbat writtensomewhat
somewhat In th the style of Jung Jun Stll
llafa U work upon spiritual phenomena phenomena1TOBCASB phenomenaJQCASI phenomenaTlL111CAsE
TOBCASB OF PBItOINANOB PBItOINANOBMy
My friend trJndl Ferdinand Jlt > S when he liewas hewas hea
was a about sixteen was pursuing hi his mu muKical mulIIeal mumeal
meal studle In Paris under the direr direction dlretlftn dirertlon ¬
tion Of t tile compoaer Hlppolyte Mon Monpon Nonpen Ionpon
pon ponOne
One day in hi his students chamber chamberhe hambprhe
he being heln perfectly fTfecU awake had a clear clearvisionof clearvision ItllrIlon
visionof vision of hi haa father exactly eacU u If he hewere hewere I IIIf
were IIf standing tandlll there The vision lasted instrdbut latdbut lastedbut
but a moment momentMy nomentMy IItOmently
My ly friend had no reason whatever vhatcverto
to expect hi his father death Yet hf h hw hewho hfwho
who w waa 11 by b profession a tuner at t Tourbd Tourshad Tours Tourshad
had met me with a terrible accident in inafsUtlnt Inantltlq Inassisting
assisting to take a piano up a staircase staircasen tlr tlrIt
K had b fdllen Jlel on hi his body bod and crushed cruihedhim cnuhfdIIUII1IO crushedhits
him IIUII1IO eo o that death ensued ensuedNow eMuedMow ensuedNow
Now after he received this new newFfrdtnand DWFrdlnud newsFerdinand
Ffrdtnand could well understand how howthe bowth howthe
the th moment when he had seen the tb ap apparition appetition p pJtUlon ¬
petition coincided with that of his bl fa fatilers laW f ftiers
tiers W death E LB1Y LB1YA 1111 1111IUP1UfATJRAr IEPA
A SUPBRNATITRAI WARNINGMr WARNING
Mr Allom U Betoum Gardena W WKensington WKenlq9n IVKenstngfpn
Kensington London write wilteaI
I ne see no reason why 1 should not nottall IIOttell nottell
tell you how my mother mo her appeared to me meon m mon meon
on the h day eta she b d dl died d although althC > Ulb It la I a assjfejset Aon asoMt
ssjfejset on which 1 have i jldora ldo l spoken spokenbeoaoae spokenMteahse pokenbtlaa
beoaoae btlaa ae it to an n event very sacred to tome totile tome
me and because be < eaUM I would not like to tohave tohave tohave
have any ny one 4 brow doubt on my fII story storyor toryIr
or make a 1 mock of It It IIJ itI
1 went the t school acboolln In tbe Alsace In the themonth themoath themonth
month of October 11 1E2 2 I was then thensttventoen thenIMVtntHn thenseventeen
seventeen My mother remained In Eng England KillIllnd England ¬
land Her health wag w delicate To Toward Toward Towants ¬
ward Christmas 112 fourteen month monthafter moaUIIatter monthsafter
after I left borne I heard that my mymother m mmothtr mymother
mother had grown rown worse but I did not notImagine Dothnal1l1e notImagine
Imagine that hr b life was w la any all dan danger 4aaItr dinget
get On the th last Sunday In February February18S4
18S4 between two and IMS three oclock in inthe litthe inthe
the afternoon 1 was 11 sitting la the thegreat tbeIIet thegreat
great study at school 1 wa U reading readingwhen readingwhen dlnr dlnrhn
when hn suddenly uddeDI th the figure of my m mother motherappeared motherappered motherappeared
appeared at the farthest corner corra of the theroom tbeIQCIm thenom
room It leaned buck backward ward aa If she shewrrc Ihewpre shewere
were lying Itn In her h r bed bl > d and 1101 she hI had on onher 011IItr onher
her nUrhtgottn night gwn Her face with wltbIweet a aweet atweet
< tweet smllf was all turned toward mearid me meam tatII
am arid II oat of her bands was mined rall d to heaYen hea heaven laMen ¬
Yen en
venThr The > apparition 1II > 811t1n I plecd > IKM < I howl RIIJwlrlbe across ger0athe acrossthe
the KHUII li I I M4HH w eu d I d I > usond ac nd M U Uwalke Itwalkd
walke l unui iv I n m tlrll m u dtaap dtaapp dlaappeared p ppeft1
p peft1 arni jir 11 I I r I sir n ai mi I I < r features featuresMeajM feaW1MNord
MeajM > i mbn I i > v M kr km e > 11sal 11salnever I bad badnever bIMInnr
never i n rm m n 11 i > k klil UK lift like that thatwhile IMtIhlle thatwhile
while HVIUM IIv1l lb hr sou u aeatnly optnl optnlrom palFrom pale paleKrom
rom the moment when 1 taw w the
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Major denral Joseph WhNlercom Whealer com commanding ¬ United States Senator Sullivan SnllivanI Sullivan1aDdla Sullivanminding
minding the cavalry oalr forowi In front of ofSantiago I desire
lo nay aa that I have been tak taking ¬
smith lOll the author of oltfhe The ft San Santiago ¬
Santiago lug la Peruua Prru na for come ae time for catarrh catarrhand
tiago Campaign In apeak ipeakigg pea of tho thogreat and have bavefound found U liaexcellent an excellent medicine medielQrgiving medlclnrreat medicinegreat
great reat catarrh remedy retlled Jru Peruna na says ay ayI 11 giving mo more relief than anything I Iharo
A YI I Jola JoI with Senators SutllTM lloacli lloacliand have ever UUn takuu3v W V Sullivan Ox Oxford Oxand oxanti ¬
and JfoKnery la their good opinion of oflrani ford Miss MlMUnited Misslwru JI JI1ruDI
lrani lwru na It U recommended to me by bythtme United
State
Senator
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those who ho ham uaed it a II an KCMllenl KCMllenllotto oelleat
lotto I tonlenailparticularlyeffeUteisacure otI OIW awl I particularly rUoullrl effective M a eura euraforoaUrrii CtI H HI IoMuadcd by t h hice a friend I hare nw4 nw4Ierona 1111
foroaUrrii foroaUrriiUnited for isizh rrh Ierona I e ra a aa a toalc and am 111 glad to leUfy U Utlfy
tlfy that It ha greatly helped me m m mtreugth
United States Senator MoEnory MoEnorylion strength l re lth rigor and nd appetite I harD liavobeen harD1I0D havelion
lion 8 D MoJInery United Uftll < < 1 State StateS been bee advised by friend that it is ro romarXably r rSutor roSnator
S Sutor nator from Ixn IoUlllauIGYs LouWanasayathsfollow Wona oyth Iht follow followt toll ow marXably efflcaolou M a cow eu for tlo tlaalmoet tloJait tlolad
lad t > i In regard rtlan to Porana PoranaPerttna Pe ru na almost universal complaint of catarrh catarrhW utarrhvruna casarrttaLru
aLru Perttna ra U an exoellant tffnle I Iluve W N Roach Larimore North Ua baluve Uakota IJIhaTt
luve need n d it infflolently lu snl lolentiy ol t1y to fAY that I Itll kola kotaA 1ota1I 1ota1Ib1I
tll b livve Te it to beall le all that you claim for II IIJ A free book on catarrh larrb sent to any anyaddre an1I
J D Deanery New Orleans Louis LouUlloa Lou III addre by The 1eruaa Ie ru na Drag MPg Cu CoColumbtu Cua1I CuIna
loa a1I Columbus Ohio
apparition I was certain that iny moth mother ¬
er was dead I was w muck Impressed inpreaedby hndb
by b what I bad Been tha that 1 found It Him HimpoIlble Itimpossible 1m 1mpotaible
possible to fix my mind upon my 1ft stud sludlei studI tudIe
lei Ie I and It was real pain to ins to tomy see aeemy seemy
my younger alter playing and antamvllne antamvllneberattf amusing amuainghereelf amusingherself
herself with her companion companionTwo companionsTwo
Two or three daya later after afternrayera AfterCrfen afterprayers
prayers my m Mhoolmlaireea sohool mblrees called me meInto In Innto
Crfen into
Into nto her private room A As soon aa we wewere W WWfre wewere
were there I said Id You n need 4 not ot tell tellme 111m tellme
me m I know my 1 mother la dead She 8Heaeked lih lihalt Sheasked
asked alt < ed me m how I cot oold d possibly know knowthl kDOWtbaa knowthis
this I would not give Iv bet any an explana explanation expianalions Cptn Cptntlon ¬
lions but I aaaured her tlittt I had hadknown hdknoWn hadknown
known It for three day da I learned t tll ed later laterthat laerthat laterthat
that mamma had died on Sunday at the tlaehour th thhour thehour
hour when hn I saw w her and that file had hadbeen ha habeen hadbeen
been unconscious for a day dayor or two twoI
I km not an Imaginative tfoiiwn omftn I Iam Iam Iam
am not easily Impnaatfl and ad neither neUlterbefore neitherbefore tiler tilerbetore
before nor after has anything like Ilk till tillhappened thllhappe thishappened
happened happe ed to me
meJ8ABELLB J8ABELLB ALIOM ALIOMMr
Mr AltonY mother was w Mrs Car Carrick Carrick Carrick
rick wife of Thomas Carrlok a wellknows well wellknown 11 11JcaOWIt
known miniature painter painterA IaInterA
A 4 JUBMONITOKYDRBAM JUBMONITOKYDRBAMI
I Iwa was wa lIv1n living at Cette with my tn wife wifeher wifeher C
her mother and 1111 my tit two daup daughter in taa ina Ina
a villa on the elope of a mountain I Iwent Iwln Iwen
went every morning into a town In Incrrlae f fcarriage a acarriage
carriage that T hired hireby by b the month and andwhich anllhlch andwhich
which hlch came for me always alw at I a m
Now one day da I awoke wok at Ave after a ahorrible Qhorrible ahorrible
horrible dream dreamI
I bad seen a girl fall out of a win window Window ¬
dow and she he wa 11 killed on the pot I Itold Itold Itold
told this dream to my m family tamtl It was waaeven 11 11leven wasseven
even oclock and they tbe were all getting gettingup gettinup tUnr tUnrlip
up They were much ma b startled br U I Iwent I Iwent Iwent
went down to the garden rant to wait It until untileight untilelM untileight
eight oclock wtten the tit carriage cama would wouldcome wouldcome wouldcome
come to m me u usual Dot It did not notarrive notrrlv notarrive
arrive rrlv until haifnaet half > ast nine I was much muchannoyed muchannoyfd muchannoyed
annoyed at this delay It which would In Interfere Intert interfere ¬
terfere tert with my m business tJlllln Hut the
driver told me In that the reason he had hadcome hatome hadcome
come Instead of hi his muter wag because becausethat becauiethat becaulletht
that morning at t u Ore > eclock his II littlegirl little littlegirl littleIrl
girl Irl ten yean ta eld I think had fallen fallenout tall en enout
out of a window and was wa dead
I had neven seen the child childMARTIN cblllI1AnTIN childMARTIN
MARTIN HALLF HALLFA I1A LLP LLPWARNING
A WARNING OF DEATH DEATHOne DkATfhOne
One morning when I wa w seventeenyears seventeen seventeenyear venltenypra
year old I woke up about seven aevenoclock lIehoclock sevenoclock
oclock I wen to deep again till eight eightand elbtand eightand
and I dreamed that I wa ixwwlng be ¬
fore a house w when here lived a family tamll I
knew but seldom visited Tklo house hou
had a hop In It and I dreamed I MW
the hop closed with a sheet of white whitepaper whitepaper hit hitpaper
paper nailed on the door on which whlohwritten was waswritten < aa aawritten
written the word deceased I woke wokeup wokeup okp okpup
up and told my dream to mamma who wboIhowl whoshowed
bowed me the newspaper of that morn
Ing In which the N death was announced
Doe not this coincidence tend to prove provea llrovcrtaln
a certain displacement of the soul dur ¬
ing deep Without It how could 1 have
had thl dream since nothing had made
me think of a death In that t family
MARIE LOUIS MILICE MILICEDont MILtyCE MILtyCEDona ULtCIDont
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