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stHlkm y ye yesterday Ker Jny when h4ft on OM of ten Chi ChlnamEft Cl lii liinamea
namEft arr arroated ed In a raid gave hl8 name nameas fbi no noas
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had b bn en arr arrt rrealed a > t d In a raid nwtd made d on
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in effecting an entrance but they tht > y eluded eludM11MII cited ed
finally 11MII th the watchful atchCul OleMlal on guard guardMnd gun rd rdROd >
and bolted into the house A game ame of r
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the bIttecoMUs created stwh u U4 h consternation curisternittl on 1
among the China Chinameir htMm mm n thar tha with an abso a abs 10 ¬
lute hick of foresight for ht thy KM gathered thrill up
the doHilnoa n and andat put w them In their poc poceta
eta Naturally when they wee el elat search eel
at th the > station the domln domllVis > t were Wfr found ott
and help helper d to mtataln th the charge made ma dc
that they bad Wen gtimLtlua on Sunday Sundi cy
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exception of Harry Cummings gtv Klven en
their t unpronounceable iwtre they were ws 5re
locked Iocl up Between 9 ana 19 O oclock re renhht at
night ho hovaver rover fWer
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fineetable and Henteeilooktn genteelloolcsag Chinaman Chinami en
tvlio llv lives < n at ill lIr North Paca Street t came ea = Inc
to their rescue ue He deposited ftJ Cted tttM 34J0 as col e ¬
lateral fr f r th tM appearanee aplJllra of th tM ten at a
the hearing hfoarln today todayA todayA to4ayfleliIcnce
A Residence Struck liy byLIghtnIn byLIghtnInFREDERICK Llfclitnlnc LlfclitnlncFRKDRRICK LIJhtnlnrFIUDflRICI
FREDERICK < Md id A AuK K at KDuring EKirlng a
heavy heA storm tana which prevailed In IVederlck reded Ick
county Saturday HahUtlng MI struck > nick the I he
8Hmm 8MDlIJtr r home of Cot D 1 C Wlwbrenner Whiebreno lltt > brenner er
at Indian Spring StH1n t teArhtg tearIa arln r out on one corner coz ici
of the house and netting ttlng It on lire The i he
flre was wa extinguished before much dam da ta
age was done
American Am crzcau ReVision Issued After AfterFourteen AfterFollrteen A 11cr
Fourteen Years Y aIs Work WorkSiiniplpx V ork orkSnmllle
Sst Siiniplpx njtIis ot o the th CIiaiiKCM 3In 3lndv 1Ih I < t tCUnr to tohr ° >
CUnr hr tp II Olicnrity h cllrlt lit the Text Ixt IxtIh
Tlic Ih i ht PxiiliiiM lins Jliivvd UmliT TItlfH TItlfHami Ilth Ilthnd 111 icr
ami i tiil nd tire lie Word loliovjili Jhfl h ItcMtorciI ItcMtorciIThroughout lteIOCorelThroughout
Throughout T the > country to today < lay l the com completed comIIttfd ¬
pleted jie td American version erstoi of the Bible > went wentInto wentInto
Into Int Intthe o circulation through the medium of ofthe Hftht
the thefou > iKwkaeiler having been bet n delayed dt > Iaed for forfourteen forfourttt
fourteen fou fouera rteen > 1I yean ear through the existence exl ttnce of ofcontract ofco
co < contract c exacted by b the KH Ettteliolli 1t Ji revis revisers rpvlsfrM revIsA ¬
ers A long time ago the English reels revision rpvision reelseornpsnics ¬
ion eemitaniea f9ftl11ft nitS dtoband dltlba diebstuded nded d but bu t the Amer Amerjan A Aisrern ntfr ntfrian
jan a athi n committee > continue its nfgatifoa nfgatifoation plhUI plhUItlon
tion thi n and so RI far as was poeaiWe contin continued conUnteed ¬
teed iei l Its U labor The committee has Romfar XOQfAI Rom
far fa r beyond lH yontl the revisers with whom it itwas itwas
was wa wasiu a formerly fonner associated And has intro introduced Ifttrodueefl ¬
duced siu siuik ee1 into the text numerous changes changeshitherto chaftg chaftghkherto
hitherto ik herto auitpreescHl HIIIK NI for th Ute sake of i JM JMenlftft pee re reCITI
enlftft ser > CITI ving K harmonious relations relationsAs relMtioRsAs
As A a an instance the word Jehovah te teaubatituted IlIub
aubatituted lIub su bstItuted Uhte1 for fo for tonl and uGotI Ge GosI l and andthus andthus
thus tit titwe us this personal name with its itswealth iuwealth
wealth we were alth of sacred aaaochithme a is i now nowr DO DOrfJttort41
r rfJttort41 re < > Htorc fitorerl > < l to the place In the aacret eret text
r to which it has an umue unquestionable tionabie claim ctalmTiie clMlmTIte
Tiie Ti re word Sheol has been uniformly uniformlyue
ue Ub ubbe ed l for or th the grave the pit and andhell a acItf
cItf hell h > ell U Numerous umerous verbal erbtd changes leave leavebeen Have Havebeen
been be en made mad to clear up obscure ob place I lace in inthe Inthe
the th e text textFollowing textPonowing textFollowing
Following are a few examples ef the thechanges tMchanges
changes ch anges made madeKntfteh mlideEnglish
English version versionThe ersl The sojourning ef the thechildren theclllkiren
children ch chIi iLdren of Israel which they Ule sojourned sojournedin
in Egypt etc etc1xooUfl KxodiM 12 4 American Americanversion A1IHrlanvtrtlionThe
Iive AmerIcanS
version vtrtlionThe ve The time that the children of Is Israel 111rael ¬ S
rael ra ragr e dwelt in Egypt etc etcEnglish dcEnflish
English version verslonA A great altar to see to toJoshua toJOtIhult
Joshua 22 It American version vertltonA vertltonAgreat A Agreat
great gr eat altar to look upon uponEnglish uportEnglish
English version vtrslonThe versionThey They fought from fromheaven fromI L
heaven he heI aven the stars in their courses C4M1 f ought fo foaghiainst oughtagainst gbtagai
I against agai ag ainst 8t Sisera SlseraJudfC Judges 5 iIl 39 1 American Americanversion AmericanversionIrom I IrsionFrom
version versionIrom ve vefr From heaven fought the stars starsfrom sUlrtIfrom
from fr om their courses they the fought against againstSisera agalll8tSl8era
Sisera SiseraIt Sl8eraIt S heera
It is claimed that careful examination examinationwill examinationwill I
will W ill show 800 that the new readings are as asa a aa Rh C
a rule more faithful to the original orl < inal text textand textand L
and nl more ntOr in accord with the present presentidioms lKe proseftljomsi en enIdIoIJl8 L
idioms ki jomsi than heretofore although many manywords malt maltWOI maniords
words w ords tl and phrases pftra e are retained that thatmight thatmight
might m ight have ha been changed to the advant advantage advantaKe ¬
age a ge of the ordinary ordlnKr reader r der for the one onegreat onegreAt S
great g reat object < t of any an revision yhould ItOsk oukl be to togala togain tt
gala g ain the highest hlgh t degree of accuracy in inphraseology InphralieOlOO Ii Iihraseology I
phraseology p that can be understood cnder lood clear clearly desrI ¬
ly I 13 and definitely dellnlte without recourse to a adictionary RfllCtlOfUU i t
dictionary fllCtlOfUU d fC > f archaic archa and obsolete words wordsThe wordsThe I Otla OtlaThe I
The necessity nf ty for such revision is appar apparent 1 1ent ¬
ent e nt when whe one realizes the constant con lnt change changeIn cMnKeIn C
In I n the accepted d or ordinary meaning meanl of ofwords o owords 1
words w ords in Quite common use useThe useTbe
The revision that produced what hat is iscOnintOnly I
commonly c called the Common Version Veratonwns ft ftnS
wns nS the result re of numerous revision oar during HrIn ¬
ing In I ng many centuries and deference defer deferpaid was waspaid wa a
paid p aid then as it is now paid to current currentforms CMrrentforma carren it
forms f orms of speech but in the course of orPrs 4M 4Myears 41 41ears m
years y ears many man words have hay become changed cha Ii l lIn
In I n meaning Prevent then mean to go gobefore IIfObefore g 0
Ib gr
before b efore meet now it means to hinder hinderLot blAderULet r
ULet Lot than aignitted to hinder now it Itmettns
means to permit Lust t then U n ax in inGerman InGerman I a
German G erman now meant pure pleasure plea ure de desire de desire th thire t ¬
sire s ire joy jo now it breathes vile Ue passion passionA
A clergyman in commenting upon the therevised therevllHd Ui Uievised g
revised r book said saidThe saidThe
The book is S particularly attractive be because be becaMe bt btL r ¬
cause c of its clean type ty and evenly print printed printed L ¬
ed o r pages The text is paragraphed but butalas la it t talas
alas a or las impertinent figures appear to indl indlcate Indicate I
cate r ate the verses fTsetI Longcontinued custom customand CIiMomand casto a
and a nd convenient COnYenl f r r rrcft ir o 4 i wwn ftparlson wwnparison
parison p arlson require th the retention of these di divisions dlIslons ti I ¬
visions v but why the figures should be al allowed allowed a I ¬
lowed l to spoil the page and divert the themind themind t IC
mind so continually is incomprehensible incomprehensiblewhen Incomprehen ibl iblwhen C
when theY the might hv h he deed placed to toequal to4tual 1 Lo
equal uat advantage in the margins where wherethere wherethere wkei re
there t here is ample space Thus Thu separated separatedthey seprat seprathey paratd paratdthey at
they t hey would have been useful u without be bein beIn b bne e
in I ne r obtrusive obtrusiveThe obtru lve lveThe
The chapter figures are prominent prominentthe as asthey t is
they the t hey shetttd sh be and upen each e page are arefigures areflgurt a re
figures f tf tt S indicating htdlcttU g the scope of that page pagethus Jgethus peg e
thus t hus Page 2 begins with chapter I 3C 3CGenesis 3iGenms
Genesis and ends with chapter ii 2L 2LUpon LUpon a
Upon each page is given a heading in a asingle R5Insh
single s ingle line of Mack type to Indicate its itsgeneral Itsgeneral I tie
general g eneral contents Thus page 47 Judahs Judahsintercession JooltllsIntercesf Judsh E s
intercession Intercesf I on for Benjamin Joseph J h makes makeshimself makeshimself arak as
himself known The Psalms only form forman forman for m 1
an exception each Psalm having a title titleThere titleThere titI 0
There Is obvious danger in such a plan planbut planbut pta Ii
but In carrying It out the revisers have havesucceeded bav bav8ucce ha iu
succeeded 8ucce a ed admirably having scrupulously scrupulouslyadhered scrulHll uMY uMYadhpred ly r
adhered to their rule Everything that thatmight thatmlgbt tic at
might seem st > em to savor of questionable que UonalJle exe exegesis exegt8l cx cxgenie e ¬
genie gt8l has ba been carefully avoided avoidedThe avoltledp avoltledptIgr avoidedThe
The paragraphing has tI been vastly y Im Improved I Iproved ¬
proved p ptIgr The English revisers redeem often r yw went wentto w we t tto
to the opposite extreme of unnecessarily unnoresearl ly
long l ong paragraphs vara rphs in place of unnoresearlen the old plan planof planor ph en
of paragraphing each verse er This gave a aheavy Rheavy
heavy and tiresome tlre ome look to certain gavea pages pagesBesides PRgetlBtaldea pag a
Besides the paragraphs were sometimes sometimesnot aometimenot sometlmnot
not more m mor r accurately accuratel formed than in the theokl theold ti tiold
old version by a paragraph sign signherever BiKnherever signt
t herever the text rails into a poetical poeticalform pHtlealform poetiC a i
form it Is so arranged arranK as in the words of ofIjimech orIamech aof
Ijimech Gen 42531 I2S n Noah Gen 9327 9327Isaac 45tlI1Iac lZ lZIsaac rj
Isaac Gen 272730 27 f7211 Ksau J5S Gen Genand thnand r73 < 4 4and
and Jacob Gen 48227 4i 7 the longer po poems 110ems je ¬
ems as 8 of Mnse 1nses < lEx Ex 13118 Israelites IsraelitesNum IatraehteloOum Israeht IsraehtSum jees es
Sum 211718 2730 Balaam llal Am Num Numchaps lliumchaps Nut a aciolpa
chaps 2331 Z3 tt Moses Dent eut Chaps cha 3233 3233l 3Z33lJotoorah Z
l Deborah > borah Judges chap 6 and numerous numerousothers nunterOuothera numeroi Jh
others All of the poetical books book numeroid includ including InclUding icicles d ¬
ing the Lamentations of Jeremiah iciclesin are areasproprlste in inappropriate Inaltproprhlte i
appropriate form an arK < i therefore more moreeasily moretfil tao re rere
easily tfil ly understood The prophecies proph are areseldom ar ar5eIdQIR a ae4iIont re
seldom marked by poetic form formGreat tvrmUrt turinGreat
Great care and attention have evident eciden it ¬
ly been n bestowed towed upon the punctuation itft ft
This is I always in great degree an arbitra arbitrary krbttrary t try ¬
ry matter tt with English writers but hutcase in incase inca
case ca of a translation from an original originalthat OltgtlUlthat origin 1 1thzrt
that has no such marks and where the theslightest thealiJhteat ti tte tteslightest s
slightest dot about a letter has special specialsignificance sport at atalgnifleance l
significance it is unquestionably nttend nttendfd Ittendd ittea itteaid
fd d with dimculty There is stilt a re re r ¬ I
dundance of 0 commas especially upon a asingle asingle aild i
single page examined examin thirtyone would west ild I
better have been n absent But the fre frequency rr rrqueney ftquency ¬
quency of the 11 often absurd use of the thecolon thecolon t
colon has In large larg part been done away aayor awn
for or which hich we have reason to In I he < grateful gratefulA I IA
A decided decJd improvement hs blue also been beenmade betnmadt he en enmade i
made > In the th use and character of the themarginal thenutrinal 1 1marginal
marginal notes which ar much fewer few
In Innumwr number citly nly about onesixth of those thosegtven the cglvfft Sc Scgiven
given in th the English revision and when whenover whenttvr wire n nover
over practicable each Is credited to Ha Hasource Ita3fUr I i isource 1
source 3fUr Great care has also been bestow bestowed 1H beato beatocii ¬
ed upon th 11 the references rerre in preparing pr pariRK the I S SlIst
list of which able scholar outside the thecommittee thecommlttte t he hecominittee
committee rendered r red valuable aid aki Jd Th T rhaha it itruin
aim ruin haw ben hi ± rht tu illustrate and elucidate elucidatethe eJuclWitethe ehickhe ehickhethe
the meaning Dlng by referring to other pas passages ptl81M1rt pa pasages ¬
sages which either th r in word or lit thought thoughtbetir thouthtr thougi t thear I
hear r rcsembUutce rc mbl 1Ce to the one und umlr ± r con co fl flsideratloil
sid MJeraUon sideratloilTh MJeraUonThe ration rationThe
The Th word Salnt
or its abbreviation In Inonltted
St St is omitted entirely in th lJ the running runni f
headline he dllM It stands Matthew Iattht > w Mark Mark etc e teng te
At it Its > beginning we > rind simply > According Mcord Mcordto ccordtng ng j
to Mark the same rule being Ihg applied to toeach toeKch toeach i
each book The Acts is shorn > horn or the = fa famlliar famllhlr I Imillier
mlliar words of f the Apostles ApoIIItl The head heading headng lies lieslog
log ng of Romans hi without the th destination de deatpnatl ttrnaUonof > on
of Paul aa the apostle pottt Ie Similarly with withtH WI th ththe i
the other Pauline epistles epistles The book of c
Hebrew Is h headed ded simply The Epistle Jolll tle to tothe totM ie
the Hebrews 11t lHewa > instead of including of r
Paul th the = Apo Apostle tl a aa heretofore TJus f bet t
Epistle of James Ja no longer carries the theword theword t he hewi e
word general in its title tltI The Epistles Epistlesof o Eptati phltleM phltleMoC lea leafl
of Peter ltt r alao are shorn > horn of the term gen general genfOral ge geeral fl ¬
eral in their titles as are also al D the epis epistles eplatit ep ¬
tles tit of o John and attn Jude Instead of The TheHtnlaUon 1 1 IC
Revelation of St John the LHvine Livlrienow we wenow wenow
now have MV the simpler heading of The J me e
Revelation of John All the t these may seem seemsmall lMemmalt ace on 1
small malt matters to talk about but a mo momentN moment ii iiment ono o
mentN ment ment reflection will 11I show their practical practicalaMf practicalaH practk a aanti 1
anti < educational value valueAnd aauf aaufAnd
And now what hat about its general ac acceptance a actltancf C ¬
ceptance and adoption by American rend renders rca ui tI tIera ¬
era 1 believe it will 111 find favor more morerapidly morerapidly m C Crapidly Ce a
rapidly than did its predecessor pred eNOr of four fourteen tourttfll fo ¬
teen years ago because bt a way has been beenmade beeneM be en
made eM for it It Yet Y et t there are lions in th thpath the thepath i a l
path The vested interests of publishers publishersand publlIteTliand puidlshi re
and itd the restrictions of Bible puidlshies societies societiesstand IIOCletietltand societ societstand es
stand tand ready to challenge it it Prejudice Prejudiceand PreJudtcJalHl Prejudi Prejudiatiel
and ignorance and bigotry will oppose opposeand oppotHtancl opp a
and ignore it the world has not notreached yet yetreached et etrtMIthed 0 1
reached a general level lev 1 of broadmlnded broadmlndednes broadmindeDeere d dn
nes n Deere Popular Popu lit r este e tm m for the King Xi ng f
James Ja1 version was w scarcely acarceJ attained in In a 1 j
CAS CA S TOR TO RIA RIAS I A hrlfaAtsaad CfjdraL Bcarstho BcarsthoSIgn0afiro Bem tho thoThe = SI
S p8 ha Kind You Have Always Bought SIgn0afiro Slgn Signature = 1 r I j
halfcentury halCctnhtr hal halof fcentury When htn Jerome the monk monkof monkof monkBethlehem
of Bethlehem ethlt > hem produced the Vulgate rilgste it itwas Itwate
was wa waIm s declared subversion 8Ubver lon of faith and amiImpious andhnJMotls andpious
Impious Im Imana pious with the inspired Word of God Godand Godand Gadl
and ana anacr l everything possible was done d to ills discredit dl8credit illsedIt ¬
credit cr edIt it But Jerome was in advance of ofhte orhl8
his hister time He reton retorted Ml in no unmeasured unmeasuredterms unmeMsllretlterm unineaslire unineaslirema
terms ter ma to his assailants calling them themfoolw th thfOOffl thetaohe
foolw fo foyet ohe stupids twolegged < 1 donkeys donkeysyet donkt > s set Scited
y yet et died before his work received due ue roe recognition reeotS roenot ¬
O ognition ognitionSuch
otS Such will 1II not be the fate > of the Ameri American American ¬
c can revision Nothing oUling hitherto ha h8 ap approached ItltJMOAC ¬
p proached JMOAC pro proIs ached j it in actual value alue The world worldis worklIs workidemanding
is demanding the best t things and will willhave willhaY
have haY ha ve them Especially Jo teC tlh the tl American Americanworld Amerkanworltl
world wo woles rld is making such demand and It has hasless Mil1tS hass
less les lestha s to contend conh with in attaining them themthan themtimn
than tha n we find in other countries Ameri Americans Amtl1cans Amarins ¬
cans ca ns think for themselves tlwitsevcS4in41 and when they theycome twycome
come co nic to know and understand the > beau beauties bfMutWs ¬
ties tie s and the th intrinsic value of this new newami uwaDtl nei
ami an anthe d latest 1att > M effort to present pres > nt the > Bible in inthe Inthe
the most perfect form attainable they theywill theywHI
will wil l be satisfied with nothing else elseSOCIAL elseSOCIAL
The T he Chinese Minister linl ttr was entertained entertainedat d dat
at dinner last night by b Mr Edward A AWickes Akes
Wickes V lckes kes who is occupying one of the thePinard thePinard
Pinard tit ian cottages at Newport awport Earlier > r in inthe Inthe
the day he took luncheon with Judg < and andMrs andIrK
Mrs Mr s John Clinton Gray GlII Mr Wit 11 has ap apparently al alpanmtly ¬
parently pa rently compared Newport XewJ t with Atlan Atlantic AlIaRtic ¬
tic City and found the former > r wanting wantingFor wantingFor
For Fo r instance he wondered why wh there therewere Ultreert
were we ert re no outdoor attractions and express expressed exJtreese1 ¬
ed surprise 8l1rprl that there th re were no pointer pointerpriced r rpnecl
priced pr ice hotels If there is one 0 thing more morethan morethan
than th an another that Newportere wJlOrters dont d nt want wantand wantand
and an d wouldnt ouldnt have it is a hotel within the thereach therttIch
reach re ach of ordinary humanity humanitythey they dont dontparticularly donttArtkularl
particularly tArtkularl pa rticularly like th idea We of the h high hlshpriced h hprlced
priced pr iced hostelries now there but put up upwith upwith
with wI wImi th them because of the high and andmighty andmighty
mighty mi ghty transient who have no cottages cottagesof > S Sor
ofwo of their own A popularpriced hotel hotelwould JlOtt1would
would wo uld mean me R an infringement on the pres prestige prestige ¬
tige tlg e of the resort and that would simply
be the beginning of the end of Its career careeras careeras
as 8 an fl ultra fashionable centre Already Alreadyeven AlrtBdyeven S
even ev en it Is whispered whl8 red that two or three ex exclusive exclu ¬
clusive clu el usive l4 > landowners are arranging to build buildon buildOft
on new territory where tilt profane Irofane foot footof footoC S
of the hotel guest Ju t will never tread tr d MAd awloukl
should sir oukl somebody follow Mr Ir Wus Vus U8 hint
and an d put up say M an Atlantic Jt1ant City Ctt con ¬
ducted du dura eted house the cottagers would ould abut ¬
cate ra te in swarms swarmsMr sarmIr
Mr and Mrs Irs George Westinghouse e8tinghou e and alHlGeorge aire I
George G eorge Westinghouse jr sailed ned on Sat Saturday Saturda ¬
urday urda ur day from Liverpool on the St St Paul PaulThey PaulThey
They T hey w wll l go directly to Lenox on their theirarrival theirarrival
arrival ar rival in New ew York Mr Vestmghouc
has h wit been abroad for sAmemonth 84nneJR nth perfec perfeeg
ing la g the establishment eatAhU hmeot of his English EIICltsheleetrkal t
electrical el ectrical plant plantMr plantIr
Mr Ir Charles G Bennett the Secretary Secretaryof Soeretsr r
of the Senate St > ate is spending 8f > ndiru the summer SoeretsrL at atOak atOak 1 L
Oak O ak Lawn Cottage at Oakdale on th t e C
Long L ong Island shore shoreTrinity shoreTrinity
Trinity Episcopal Epi l Church at Newport Newportintroduced NeportIntrodueed
introduced In troduced an innovation yesterday e morn morning1 moratlng ¬
ing1 la g The rector of the day mindful per perhaps perhaps ¬ <
haps h ap of the unfortunate fate of his leas leascautious IIAcautio Ice Iceutious a
cautious cautio ca utious predecessor of last 1ft summer who whodared whodared wi it
dared d ared to preach doctrine to his fashions rashionabIe fashionse ¬
ble isl e congregation made abort work ork of Ms Mssermon hi hinoon a
sermon se noon and as a consequence the service serviceas Slrv Slrvas e
w as over some e time before the carriage carriagescame carriagecaRM it
came c cw ame to take the people home Some Somewalked Sees e ewalked
walked w alked but the majority HtAjorlt stayed flt yed to talk talkIn talkIn
In referring r errlng to it Newports Court Chron Chronicler Chronteler I ¬
icler k ler says saysIt ArSuJt
uJt It was as a gay gA scene > and one new ne to toTrlnit t trinity 0
TrinKy Trlnit T rinity for fo tie well known that the Epis Episcopalians EpiIIcopallans I ¬
copalians pllas like their Catholic brethren brethrtllhold I II
hold that the deference deter of sttene le is due duewkhin duewithin Os a
within w ithin the sanctuary and only Mly OR th tho am
joyous occasion of a wedding weddlnc is this rut rMlrelaxed nile nilerelaxed e
relaxedThe relaxed relaxedTTkU r
TTkU The rector r04tAT > tAld told fW the k t n Lt to 4 A Athey
people day thMt thMtthey the it
they t hey had given him only 1 1KM9 I90S oC the Di a
KM9 H I t sto he had asked for or for or the theand new w C r5and orgat 1
and a nd that he hoped the reml renwolledr cdr wwuld kllte kllteat be beat a
at a t once forthcoming H Hat saM W also a that thatBO thatftO the Lt
BO more memorial windows would be beplaced beplaced I e elaced
placed p laced as a it had
been decided that no nomore nomore ii 10
more n oe new decorations should take
the theric therl t 10
rl e s Cool 01
ric D c through old associations a the wish illh hltR be be ¬
ing that the church in which long before bafun
the t he Revolution Bishop Berkley of splen spk > n 1 ¬
did d id memory had preached pre cht d and in whose whom C i
shadow s he had written his famous JnO1b poem m
Westward the Course of Empire Er pirct Taktm Tlik ma
Its Way AY Y and other everliving words
should s be preserved Ir nro in all its ancient airciet
beauty beautyMiss beautyM1 b eauty
Miss M1 Eliza Wilkes of ofthis this thl city has been beeRelected bee en enelected 1
elected s to christen the
torpedo boat hoe at
Wilkes which is to be launched Ja ochfld at New Ne it
York on September Septem SeptemThe 38 38The 3 3The
The boat is being built by the Morris Morr is
Heights h eIghts Gas Engine and Power Com Company Cos it ¬
pany panyMiss panyI p any
Miss I Wilkes Uke is a granddaughter r ot t
Commodore Wilkes tke after at < whom Hn th the boat be at t
is I
s named namedT1te
The invitations issued by b Mr and Mrs Mr 5
John A A Ellinger for their thel At Heme next ne xt t
Wednesday OOne day from 8 to 11 at their home hoar IC
CIS I Street are printed on a dainty frfng rrf
ed j square of g
white whi linen linenMr linenXr
Mr and Mrs frs L Ottenberg of 13tt Sev Se C ¬
enth Street northwest ROrthw have Issued invi In 1 ¬
tations tation for or th the marriage of their daugh daug h ¬
ter Jennie to Mr Ir Sol B DeHfMr H r at Car Cs r ¬
roll Institute In Hall Sunday afternoon ii
September entbe 1 at 2
oclock The
request requestwill roese at c
Is made that those
receiving fnitattontl invitatlue 55
will kindly rtSflOlHlTHE respond reseondTHE
AlipolutvCK JJlolutee tn n CobiuilttvvM
nntl to toConvention IcCOflventltni 0 0Cn
Convention Cn entJHI Announced AnnouncedFREDERICK AnnouncedFItEDERICK
FREDERICK Md Wd Aug John H I 1
Cunningham of Westminster Yeetmin ter President Pr1rid ftt
of the Maryland State Firemens Assort a
thin haa announced d the appointment of
I delegates to various conventions conve > lIlJons and andcommittees andCOfftmltt at tel teln
committees COfftmltt mitte to conduct
affairs atfal for the en ensuing enaulnc ci n
suing year The ottteera of o the aaaocia a a
thin members m mberc of committees and dele delegates delePte del C ¬
gates are UK follows followsPresident foUowPre followsPresidentJohn
President Pre PresidentJohn ld < JItJohn John II Cunningham senior seniorrice sent > or
rice ic president presidentJohn ntJokn John Stuckert secretary seereta
William M Crimmins CrlmlRi treasurer trea
tresasrerflira ur rlIlram Hiram at
R Heck HeckExecutive
Executive committee COfBmitteDr Dr Lloyd T Mc Ms C
gill Jr chairman Frederick A A
R Loiterer Salisbury Jil bury Charles CkarJeaJ J Iler I1 lie r
pich Cumberland C M
Annapo JJlftapo tsnap 0
II I ts C J Hennick Baltimore BaltimoreAuditing BAltimoreAuditing
Auditing committee commlttFraMk Frank Spates Spate 3
chairman Frostburg Pro tburg W R It Straw jr j r
Union uio Bridge W P A Bowiand Pocomoke u ke
City CityTransportation CityTraJUtpOrlatl
Transportation n committee commltteeT T A A Smith Sink li
chairman Lonaconlng Oscar D Gilbert Gilbei rt
Weatmtost r William Jlllam A Muhl Weat Vei e8t It
port William II Salter Pikesvllie
Rob Ito it
ert S McKinney Taneytown TaDetowftI TaneytowLegislative
Legislative I the committee coDlHtltteeDr Dr Edward Nd N eI ii
sjn 8 > n chairman Frederick
William llIIam Greg
ory Baltimore Alfred < I Jeffries Frost P roet
burg John E Lease J
ealle Manchester anchestr J Oli Olifr
ver fr Murray durm Hampatead lIamp tead Tohn M Belt
snider Westminster e tmlnstr Stanley Stanle G Beaver
Taneytown Frank G Eppley Union
Bridge > Ernest Ern t Barrow Cumberland
Hon John C Xotter Frederick J W
Heck jr Cumberland Edward Stev Steven StfVfn8On StevensonS n
son sonS Lonaconlng E E E ii Hopkins Aniuip
oils W Irving Mace act Cambri < l < John J un
Richie Cumberland D W Wilsri II I Ilk
ton Frank rank Jewell
Annapolln Sun SanUf tic R fiunroe
Munroe unroe Westport e tport J L I Parud < r pir po >
moke City Arthur
Chenowlth Ilk svUlf 11
George W Brock Aberdeen Franx I IIw W
nln Hagerstown Thomas TroxHl
beriand twrlapd C J Llman Ill man Salisbury H um U V
Hearthway Snow Hill
Topic TOf C and
statistical commlttff commlttppJ J F F
Drennan J renn chairman Cambridge > J A
Swingl SWlngly y Aberdeen Alwrdf > tn W V II A Hamilton lIamllt r
Hagerstown Charles Cbarl W V Curddry Curddr Sniw Sri iv
Hill Augustus Albert Baltlmor
Exhibit committee comnltteelIIlam William C uchairman Fhv Fd
chairman Elkton Samuel Samu 1 Knight Imt I
coning William IUiam McDonnell Baltlm
r <
Delegates to the Convention of the t lit h Ni
tional Firemens Association A8 OciRtion of th Tmu tn itj 1
States Stat Buffalo N Y YI Yltuiwln Edwin hln J Iiwvr lw Liwi r
Westminster e unlntf > r August Albert Baltlmorr
To the > Convention of the Ih Internatlmal 1 ntrnatioln a
Association of Chief Engln Enginrrs Ts rs to b 1w < h hIj 1 J
at Indianapolis Ind IIIdPllllam William M cYtm rim
mln mlnH Frederick Charles Char V Wantz Van
Westminster WestmInsterTo e mlnlltpr mlnlltprTo
To the Convention of the Virginia State
Firemens Association A latlon Staunton Va V
John J Stump Cumberland J Roger It > gr Mr
Sherry Frederick FrederickState lo FrederickTo rederhkTo
To the Convention ot the PtnnsIJnl
State Firemtns Association Philadelphia
John II Cunningham Westminster Vetmlnst Dr
Edward Nelson Frederick FrederickI
Celebrating Ce lebrating in Honor of the Pot Pottawottomics Pottawottomics
tawottomics Sa Sno red ed Drum DrumJinny Drum3JIIII Drummmy
Jinny 3JIIII Mu mmy > Visitors Iltor Krom the Iowa I own and nndKieknpoo andJiicknlulo andcleleapoo
J Kieknpoo Tribes The Tomtom TomtomCoiiNtniitly TomtolllConNtunCly Tonilotteonstantly
CoiiNtniitly C Ounrdcd unrtlctlLonJ LonKT Reper Repertoire UCllerolre iteperaura ¬
toire l olre aura of I i the lie Itedckin Ite kln Musicians MusiciansTOPEKA IuxlcinnllrOIEKA
TOPEKA T Aug 36 IIiThe The rottawotto rottawottomleg rottawottomles 1otwOttoca
mleg mi ca are < dancing at Nadeau adtftu on the res reservation retllervatlon reaatIon ¬
ervation cre atIon twentyseven miles Jftf west aa of this thiscity thiscit thisy
city cit y now no because their nacre sacred drum rUln has hasbeen hasbeen hasn
been bee n newly recovered The dance is all allthe alltlte allmore
the more mor interesting because many vis visitors visItors viare ¬
itors Ito ItoKl re are ar present Kt ent from the Iowa I R and andKickapoo andKlckapoo ansickapoo
Kickapoo Kl ckapoo tribes tribesThe tribesrhe tribeshe
The T he approach to the dancing ground to tothrough Ithrough leeough
through thr ough a short lane 1aJl lined on both MOses afetoewith MdeswUh MOsesh
with wit h low untrimmed trees that sheltered sheltereddoeeng sltettreddoaen shelteredsens
doeeng do sens of Indian ponies and made shady shadyspots MNldytor shadyts
spots spo ts for the th groups of young bucks and andhalfbreeds IUMIhalfbretd rustlfbreeds
halfbreeds ha lfbreeds who preferred to spend their theirtime theirUm theire
time tim e gambling with monte or chuckluck chuckluckrather chuckluckrather
rather rat her than in praying iwaYtn to the Great O at atSptrlt
Spirit SptrltThe Spi rit
The T he drum means everything in the In Indian Indian
dian dia n religion the relit0O of f r the Indian is isa 18a
a part INutoC of their lives When not in use usethe etil usedruni
the til drum is kept constantly con tantly guarded at atthe Atthe ate
the th e house of th the chief of the tribe Whoa Wheathe WheRthe Whoae
the th e top weary out as it will and a jt ew ewone newe w wone
one on e is necessary n it is I the moat solemn solemnduty ItOkIRRduty aolemaaty
duty du ty to place that buckskin properly and anddraw aJMldraw ateelaw
draw dr aw it just tight enough to make ke it emit emitthe eJRMtht emite
the th e perfect pf > rfect Indian tone toneThe tODeThe tonehe
The T he drum is much the shape of o the thecommon thecomRtOn themmon
common co mmon drum were it placed flatly on onthe ontM
the ground Th TIre a4d aide s are probably probablyeighteen proJJabJyPighteeH
eighteen elg bteea inches high and teas are hung with withmany withmany
many beautiful strings > of beads that cov cover
cr it completely Four crookshaped crookshapedcanes cookshapedcanes
canes ca nes stand up from U It about four feet feetin f feetthe t tIn
in the air and are brilliantly colored any ansing
hung hu ng with gaudy streamers streamersThe 1treanwrThe streamersThe
The drum and everything about a t it is issymbolic jtlJJltboUe Ismteiic
symbolic mteiic of the Great Spirit and is al always alwaYIII atys ¬
ways wa ys placed d in the centre of the t ring far farthe Crthe lete
the th e religious dances dancesThe tlaRCt8The I
The ring is a a circular cireula level I spot fully fullyeighty ruUyeighty fuUyhty
eighty eig hty feet f in diameter and ane sunk nk a foot footand footand footd
and an d a half below the aerrowndtmc rnMRtlI Ii plane planeAll planeAU planel
All Al l around on the heap of earth that thatforms tMttonns thatcme
forms a cme the boundary rest many brave bravetfIn braveard bravesd
ard an d JHtUIt JHtUItIn squaws squawsre
In I re the centre centrepis th the drum surrounded surroundedby urroundedby surroundedten
by ten musician who sit t tailor fashion fashionon fhtonon fshtorthe
on ° the grass IfI1 matting r Each carefully carefullyholds carerullyboJdK carefthlI carefthlIlds
holds ho lds iris hickory betitihg thg stick which te tethree 18three Ii Iiree
three th ree feet long and covered at the end endwith endwith endth
with wi th buckskin buek klH OwtsW Outside id of the these rests a arow arow s sw
row ro w of sixteen women OHt their uetr f feet t straight straightin IItraltithtlA stratahlfront
in Snby front of them Th They y assist the singers singersby stngen5by singenmswelling
by swelling the chorus At the side of ofeach oretlch 01 01c
each ee c person IK both circles Is a sinai smalttin sl slUn sinain
tin ti n can canDiagonally CI
Diagonally DKoly from fr th the centre efre sit t th th the rela relalives rl
lives tve tt ves of o th tl the pen persons I one wh wM have l died di In the thelast t tJ tie a ast
last J la st few months mnth Here H re 4 a whitehaired whitehairedsquaw bltehalreduY I
squaw sq uY uaw whose who husband hUn had b recently r nU son sonto a
to th th the happy hy buntinggrounds lunIAg1nc a poor poorman pr prIn poe r
man In ta an who wh had hd lost J h hMnn hU Hi a huge hue buck buckand budI
and an an d his h little lte daughter dhtet daughterw4ose w 1 o e mother Iotbu had hadrecently hadreety ha I
recently reety r passed va upward upwrf upwari to Co the th bosom b of ofthe oCI u C
I the th th e Great Grt Spirit Sirit These Tb with wth bowed bowedhead bwe I
head Ms ic bSlS seemed em very ver objects ojt of misery miseryThere mlHryTMr
There TMr were two opening oRg in 1f this huge hugering hUKerng hug hugng C
ring rng ri ng Every Ever one must mu enter eer from fr roes the west westera wel
era en er a gate gte over which whih J0pate Jt sta an American AmericanHag A kn knern a
Hag fl ag The exit t mu mut t be made from fr the theeastern ti
eastern ea stern ern gate gateThere t JImt
There The was a signatias gnlI stroke sroke of the thegreat thexrt tic it
great xrt g reat drum given by h the t lie leader idt > r of o the mu musiclHiis muINUas
siclHiis INUas si clans Then Tln Ivln ail alert aler his hi followers fulower be begn beKn beI
gn Kn ga n to play py The Th beaUron bton the th tomtom tomtomare tCtC teentone I
are a re > as al regular as cloth el ticks tik After the thelira tic ticeat e
lira ttr n eat measure mre or two Ute t tnu Iuil musicians < rician sins sng sin
Their TJlr T heir repertoire rrtoire coutalos etl seventytwo seventytwosongs MentytwoDogs 0
songs so ngs that tht have hvt been handed hn down d n from fromfather rr roe ml
father fathe fa ther to son 8n for generations generationsAs genertls genertlsAl
As Al A the th < song Ig dies d away av an orator otor stands standsout s standn a
out out O ut He le is one on of thoar t thee who wh has h be beet beettosen n nohjsen
ohjsen fnJn i tosen beforehand bforeh urn an and h b ha J ksi onro hi pu puby pl i a
bco by b y a signal P from th the h chief In Pottawot Pottawottojgrte ot othldlan
tojgrte co terie ne he speaks to t tho tb assembled assembledThe C
The Indian l dtn orator otot In l a marvel mre in his hisway hi a
way w ay LIla Hi style stl Is I without wlot show > hw of feeling Clin Clino 15 g
or o o r emotion emotcm He speaks sks in quiet quit slow and andslightly andslhty an anightly it
slightly slhty sl ightly guttural gutural tones tone gesticulates geiultfs nat naturally nt nturly ¬
urally urly u ralty and an is usually usualy brief bief As he h cloves cloveshis els elsbls close S
his h is remarks the chief chlfr musician sounds an another aRoher 1
other oher o ther signal sgal on the th sacred mten drum sons and asC the Di C
dancing da n ncing begins n Those ce in the t outside an cir circle elmio ¬
cle r io who feel inclined c rise en their moc moccasined m mocasined
casined Cne c steps stepsAbout Jep feet ftt and an fall fal easily ea Uy into the th dance dn dane e eAbout
About bt noon n the th peace pce pipes were WEr quietly quietlypassed quit quletl I Iassed
passed p p pb assed lAere I acre were ere two pp of these th carried carrie ci ciy
by b y appointed apnted braves who wh gave gve each t aeh c nmn nmna In Ina ma machance
a at chance for a coveted covete puff pr This finished finishedthe tnied tniedth r
the th t he song 8ng accompanied mpnlt d by its it dance and andfollowed an at atollowed
followed f by b a short thrt talk Is repeated over overand overaD ova r
and aD a nd over ov r until night settles tttJ repe down over overth ova r rr
the th t ire dancing dning and an the te dancingground tRlnggun ditacinggroundBetween
Between Iteen times tlml the everthoughtful everthehtul chief eMs f
chlf chlfct
dispenses ct d dt Ispenae small JIUAI bits bt of chewing cwing tobacco tco to tothe tothe I 0
dr the t he men and squaws auWI in the tbl centre of the thering therin Di 1
ring rin r ing This Thi Is to show sow his gracious gcis and an i iIndly
kindly kllly k Indly feeling telnJ telnJthe feelingthe
The Indian women never Der dance tlac Kach Kachsquaw Ecb Ecbauaw Eac li
squaw auaw s f ft18 feels els content that her man mn looks lks af after after a aer r
ter t er that tht But all day da she sh will ill alt It IR the thesun th tI Se Seun 1
sun s sle un n and an watch the performance prrorne and an per perhaps perI pe r ¬
haps I le aps hush hu the Indian Inin babies bbe that tht wail in inlittle Inltle I Ittle in rin
little ltle li ttle Pottawottomie PottAwottle sobs sobsEarly I sobsEarly
Early this summer summe their thir beloved blove chief chic chichanouskec
I Shanouskee shnoUe S died dlf He was wa buried bure in an anAmerican anA a i imenicami
American A menicami I casket CHe1 but with the Indian IJn eer eeremony er erI cit r rmony
I emony e mony The Great Gret Spirit was called cl down downand dow It Itad
sfl and s ad received reve his spirit srit Most Mos Indiana htdi are am e eosnan i
Roman ROn fl osnan Catholics Cath and will wl gw g twenty tWly mil miles mile Is Iso
to t o a service serviceMARYLAND 8rvice 8rviceMAYA servIceLRYLAND
Peter 1etr Miller Milr died dk at Woodstock Wook Howard Howardcounty Howar howardounty
county cn c ounty aged eightytour years yearsHenry yers yersHenr yearshenry
Henry Henr Groesman Gromn aged age six x years e son 1 of ofohn
John Jon J ohn Grossman GrOl was as drowned dr1 in the darn Ilamn
in I n the th Potomac Potoc River mve at Cumberland CumberlandEdward Cumbrln CumberlandEdward
Edward Eward Millers m r stable > W In Hagerstown Hagerstownwas lagenton lagentonwas
was burned burne together toglther with wih a horse liar harness kr krnf ¬
ness nf feed fe and al other othl property propertyThere POfHrty POfHrtyTh4re propertyThere
There Th4re was wa no contest rttt in the th Carroll Carrollcounty Crrl Crrlcnty Carrotounty
county cnty c ounty Republican RtlIIbkft judiciary primaries primariesaturday
Saturday SturdlY S and aIt Judge jllry ReifMifder Rerker pr will ol be benominated b beominateel
nominated n omitt d in the convention convelltl of the Fifth Fifthcircuit
circuit circuitJames eirclt eircltJame c ircuit ircuitJames Fift
James Jame G Anderson AnerJ a Philadelphia Phildelphia and andeading
Reading Rfadit R Rl eading Railroad Ualrotl flagman dgn was run rn over overit an
in 1 l it the th Western Maryland alan Railroad Riroad yards yardsit
in l it Hag Ja Jiagenstown < erown rtown Saturday Stury noralng by a ashifting I
shifting sUUng freight relht train ard ald died di in the theevening th thevening
evening e from frm his lilt injuries injuriesFrancis InJr InjuriesFrasehu
Francis Frfl8 Heine 10 and 10 his hi daughter tluhtr Miss MI MIary
Mary ary D Heine Itr have hve been I appointed to totake toake
take tt t ake charge of the Killcott Illt City apntcd station Itl of ortM
the t he Baltimore Bltmore and Ohio Ohi Railroad Rirod the for former former former ¬
mer as aavnt alnt and an the latter late as a agents agentsclerk agentscerk
clerk cerk c lerk and telegraph telf > grapil operator operatorDemocratic operatorDmoatc operatorDemocratic
Democratic Dmoatc primaries prlmlrlf were ee held in Dor Dorchester Dorcer ¬
chester cer c county fty Saturday Stu and an the nomi nominating ni nintng nomlating ¬
nating n ating convention will T Th
ntng nI u meet m Tuesday Th The Thendications
indications Inicaton I are that tht th the convention will wille
t1 conveti wi
b be b e entirely eltlrly harmonious harfnlW There Tre In now nowgreat nowgrt nowreat
great g reat rivalry among those th thoe who wh have been beenmentioned bn bnmtfttlon beenmesUoneel
mentioned mtfttlon for position Htl OR tin tl the ticket t kt steal
there t is I enough enugh good go timber tmbe available aa to tomake tomke tomake
make mke a very yer strong ticket ticketJeremiah tie tieketJeremiah
Jeremiah Jermiah Ryon died di ai R t Croom Cr Prince Pin
George Oer e county cnty August AUlt 3i 3 In the th sixty sxty <
Harpers for September Is non aonready nonread noweady
ready read r eady It I Is a number you cant cantafford cnt cntafford
afford a fford to El miss missHARPERS mIssHARPERS missHARPERS
Nev Books and the theSeptember ther therSepteInber
September S eptember Magazine MagazineThe MagazjneThe
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A novel fvcl of Washington Vashfnl n society ty cUt cUte Ife Ifetouching ifeouching
l touching t in new and nei startling way on one oneof oiiethe
of the most interesting e t questions < u8tlons of the theday theythe
J day dythe da ythe th marriage mriage problem pDlem The book booki bookves
i gives gve gi gicm ves an Inside Inlde view vie of Washington so soI sol
Washingon WashingonI
I cial cm l and an political pltlel and many mlty of the lead leadM JeMdl
M l le g t figures Irf will wi be b easily f asIr recognized reize 150 150Tales 15 15Tales
Tales of ofThe ofThe ofThe
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In In these th tales ta Miss ln Jordan enters ellter Into Intoan IntoAn inton
an a n entirely Uny new ntw field J They Ty are stories storiesof > ort
of 0 ac t convent Con lt life Hfe of the nuns and an their t1r pu pupila pupU
pila pU p Us AH Al are told to with wih wonderful wonrrul charm charmI charman
i I and an a ae nd delicacy delicy and an show a thorough thorph know knowPORTRAIT knowee
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For f or September SeptemberFrederic SeptemberFredcri SeptemberFrederIc
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Reminiscences of George Eliot EliotPages Elot EliotPages
Pages I 2 Short Shortin
9 z 1 in i Colors J O 6 3 Stories StoriesHARPER StoriesHARPER StoriesHARPER
Franklin Frki Square Suare New York Yorkeighth Yarklhth YorkIghth
eighth e lhth Ighth year y a of his age a e Intil tnU about abt two
years Ytn y ears ago when his hi health llh failed fal he h was
engaged e ngr in mercantile mercnUI business bune in Crown Cro Crowne
He H e leaves four children as a follows
Mlsse M IW isses Edith Etth and Margaret Ryon both of
a arare
whom wbO w hem re relllde M at Croom and Messrs Xess bh Al ¬ I
bert b ert and Owen ow Ryon both of Washington Wa WashingtonSaturday
Saturday night the grand officers of the therder
Order O rder of Red Men visited JMted Delaware Tribe Tribee
in h e Brunswick Frederick county The
speakers s were B Frank Kennerly of ofalIsbury
Salisbury Salhbur S alIsbury Md great rellt sachem Jr J C
Littleton L ittleton of Baltimore aIU great suanap I
Kirby I Rinker of Brunswick Brun wiek great
guard g uard of wigwam lewaJR R R I limes Z Z T Tnirntner
Bmntner Bnt B nirntner r and andJ J R R Ball of Delaware DelawareMrs
Tribe TribeMrs
Mrs rs Mary Purnell wh wife > of Major Will YIII ¬
lam l am G Purneil died at her home in Elk
ton t oil Saturday morning after tter a lingering
illness ill I aged agecllltxtylhe sixtyfive years She left the I
following f children Mrs XrsJ Jessie Bowland
wife of Deputy Register of Wills Ills Rufus
D Bowland William Wlllia Daniel Harry H
Charles Charl C hanies and Hiram Purneil of Elkton
II and a nd Mrs Martle PrHchard of Newport ewport
News ews Va VaMrs Yai VsMrs
i Mrs rs Margaret Weems Bowie Bo ie widow of orI ol
Dr Richard W Bowie tUed 01cr at her rest ¬
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years y ears but her death was W I quite unexpect ¬
ed She arose in the morning without
any a ny assistance a whatever and prepared for tot
her h er r breakfast but about 8 oclock was wai
taken t aken with violent pains about the heart
and a nd died in a few hours Mrs Bowie DowiervJl
Sosuerylika leaves vea rvJl rvJlv five v o Bowle children Mrs x as aR ROOerick follows kv McGreg ieG Mrs r
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Miss Amelia Bowie BowieIN BowtIN RowieIN
The 3re cornerstone corner cornersto tone of the Broaddus Bap ¬
tist Memorial Church in Richmond was wat
laid l aid Saturday SaturdayJames SaturdayJame SaturdayJames
James H Scott of the firm rnr of o Cham ¬
berlain rltdn Scott Rfehiaond died of heart t
failure Saturday SaturdayCoL Saturda SaturdaCt SaturdayCcl
CoL Ccl B O James of Richmond an ¬
flounces that h he is a candidate for Sec
retary of the Commonwealth Commonwe Jtk of Virginia YirglniaTb4 VirginiaThe
Tn The Richmond Chamber or Commerce is I
preparing vr rlng a large manufacturing IRanuCact rlng exhibit
for Uon that city at the Charleston Expo ExpectFloyd t tFloyd
Floyd Mowery of Frederick county
was attacked by epilepsy fell from a 1 4
small sarah boat and was drowned droW ed in Cedar Cads r
Creek Thursday ThunHI y last laacMr la laMr lastMr
Mr and Mrs I Thomas F Ryan of New Xe ew
York have given 156 15 1SIIs for the purpose J e
of buikimg a Catholic Church at Lam ¬
berts bert s Point Va
Rev D WIlliam llIIam M M IcElwee a well
known Presbyterian Pre bJte > rlan minister minister died at his
home near the Rockbrtdge Baths Satur ¬
day aged seventylive years yearsFully years1oully yearsFuily
Fully 3009 300 persons attended the reunion
of o the RicdXen Camp Confederate Vet ¬
erans near New w Market Shenandoah
county Saturday last histJense lastat lastJesse
Jesse YoweH assistant railroad lr
at agent
at Somerset Orange orange r county n committed J
aukioVt Saturday by shooting himself No
cause for the act is known knownThe kllOftTJte knownThe
The Rev Dr W M Leftwich twlch a distin ¬
guished clergyman of th the Methodist M thOdIst Epic EpiecopeChurch
copaUChurch South died a few days ago o
in California He was born m In Bedford
county Va in 1839 1839On 183On 1539On
On account of the illness of Judge Paul
Judge Purneil of North Carolina wilt
hold th the term of the InHed States Stat Court
for the tir Western Vestcrn ulpnl district of Virginia Virginiawhich
which hleh begins 1M 1Ci1l8 at Lynchburg September S embctr W WThe 1 1The 19The
The funeral of the late Rev ne Dr A A R R
Cocke who ho died d in Chicago Chica o Friday FrttIa fol ¬
lowing a surgical 8U rxiea I operation took place placeyesterday placeyesterday
yesterday e in the Presbyterian Church
Wayncsboro Va of which he was for formany formany or orman
many man years pastor pastorAt pastorAt pastorAt
At Norfolk orfolk heavy sentences 8entt Ce8 were im imposed mmItosed ¬
posed in the cases of the gambling g tblinK house houseproprietors hou8eproprletons houseproprietors
proprietors arrested on information fur furnished furRIheeI furniches ¬
niches by other professional lKofe io1 gamblers of
th the city Thirty days imprisonment < nt and
100 100 fine ft were wt > re the usual sentences ntpnctS The
defendants were > bailed pending l tng appeal appealMALARIA appealIILUU appealMLRIt
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