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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

SUNDAY JOURNA Part One Pages I to 8 A INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MOKNING.s APRIL 29, 1900-TWENTY. PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DAILY L.STAL;L1HL'D 1SC0. I WU, .Li 1 V. JLif. iL JnLJLLi Tlflf I7T Tn WTAT INDIANA REPUBLICANS PLEASED WITH THEIR N03IINEES. CandldateM Are All Strong;, They Say, und Certain to He Vote Get ter! This Fall. VIEWS OF ME. FAIRBANKS HE TELLS WASIIIXGTOXIAS ADOUT TUB STATE CONVENTION. lud Sun It Could TSot JIaT Gone Wronjr with the Material ft Ilai to Select From. PRAISE FOR COLONEL DURBIN MAJOR STEELE THINKS HE WILL KEFLECT CREDIT ON THE STATE. First Assistant Postmaster General Heath Alao of Opinion Ilia Se lection Was Fortunate Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON, April 28. Senator Fair banks says he never saw more magnifi cent enthusiasm thin was witnessed at Indianapolis this "week and never knew the party to be In better chape at the be ginning of an Important campaign than It Is at the present time. He describes the convention as having been characteriz...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY,.-' APRIL 29f 1900. but M. Constans and Senor ransa rejected the proposal. The newspaper criticisms and comments upon the attitude of Turkey in this affair are causing great irritation at the Yildiz Kiosk. Think Tarkey Will Pay. NEW YORK, April 2S.-Pre?ident George "Washburn, of Robert College, Constanti nople, who is. here, fays that force need not be used for the collection of the Indem nity from Turkey. "I believe that we shall have the money In six weeks," said he. "Some time ago I told the missionaries that If I were a business man and they gave me a commission of 10 per cent. I would collect what was due them without much trouble or loss of time " Rev. James I- Barton, foreign secretary of American l;oard of Missions and for many years a, resident in Turkey, said to-day: To any one who Is at all con versant with tfce situation in the Turkish empire It la apparent that If Arnerica hopes to maintain future relations with Turkey, either missionary...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

w 1 . THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. .m.44 44fr44.4..H..fr4. $ -fr Hr H- 444444444'fr IS THE CHARTER VALID? jutant General Gore, Quartermaster Gen eral Richardson. Gen. W. J. McKee. com mander of the Guard, and Col. Charles E. Wilson, military secretary to the Governor, went out to Riverside Park to view a site for the encampment. In addition to River side Park. Fairview Park and the State fair grounds were suggested. It is the Intention cf the officers to select some place whtre a good target practice can be had. A decision will be made as to a se lection of a site In the near future. The companies that arc already mustered, in GRAND JURY'S REPORT fr fr j"$"$"M $ MfM$l$' $ ? t !' ? 4 t r t pnOMIXEffiT ATTORNEY, OF TIIISj 3IARTIX CORYDON. A YOUNG Cni31I- CITY SAYS IT IS .OT. N. AL, INDICTED FOIH COUNTS. He I'oInt.H rOnt Xer Complication from te Snpreme Conrt' ; Dar et t Lnvr Decision Otheri Indicted on Serious Charge nave not yet naa a. cnance to use tne new Hotch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY; ..APRIL 29, 1900: 1 YOUXG PEOPLE'S DAY FEATURE OF THE ECUMENICAL COX-I FEIICSC& YCSTCIIDAY. Addresses by Several Wfll-Known Di Tinea Missionaries and Col lege I Professors. NON-CHRISTIAN NATIONS A topic: discussed nv rev. dr. JOHN' IIKMIY IIAIUtOU'S. Plain Talk to Those AVho Are At tempting: to Convert the Heath en of the Orient. NEW YORK. April 2S. Most of the work of the Ecumenical Conference to-day was given over to the young people, but there were some other topics discussed in the various sections. The day opened with de votional services ' in Carnegie Hall at 0:20 a. m.. led by Rev. Dr. II. C. Mabie. At 10 o'clock the rtudents had tnelr meeting In the biff hall. There were speeches on stu dents work by Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall. Prof. J. Ross Stevenson and H. C. Dun can, of England. In the Central Presbyterian Church the tionchristlan religions were the topics for discission. Able preachers and missionar ies took up the best bcthods for r...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1S00. S F"a!r TltX QVESTIOH- i i As wclias in their own garments They observe Your hat 9 your shirt, your Passes bonoath hot observation m You can't go wrong on tho 25 'Cent exhibit of ties and sox, at the Send for our book, GRTES ON HIS WAY BACK IiE AND LAMBERT IIAVG LEFT CHI CAGO FOR SEW YORK. Will He There Monday to Accept Serv ice of Writs Counter Salt Threat ened by Company's Counsel. CHICAGO, April 23. John W. Gates, chairman of tho board of directors of the American Steel and Wire Company, and John Lambert, president of the company, left for New Yotk to-night to accept serv ice of any writ that may be issued for their arrest In connection with the recent scandal over the closing of their mills and the consequent decline in their stocks. 'There will not be any need of extradi tion proceedings to get us to New York," sali Mr. Gates. "We will be there Monday mori ing. ready for anything of this kind that may come up. I don't know why o...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. JOVRXAIS BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wm. L. KIcp, Zyi West Michigan street. 7le rh-tiSr: cM, 27;; r.ew, 112. Terr?ory west of wbite riTer. COAL Ccbum Cos! Co.. Kaat 22d t. An tbraclte, coke, hard and sott coal. Phcne 245. DYEI.V ERILL & CO., fan?y dyers and e!eners; sll curtain, any color, rlarid and finished equal to Titur; aL.- la-il' liht cloth Jacket a spe naltr. S3 Massactwisetta avenue and VJZ Korta Illinois street. FLORISTS- nERTr.RMAN'N' FLORAL COMP ANT, New lio. 211 Mass ave.. I'X N. DeL t. Tel. 813. LAUNDKIET3 UNION CO-OrFtP.ATTVn LAUNDRT. tVork called or. U3-1U Vir, ave. 'Phone 1263. MANTELS AND CHATES T. IL FURSELL- (Mantels. Furnace). PATENT LAWYEFS V. IX. LOCKWOOD. : 415-1 LTr.ctea bqlM'rg. BALE AND LIVERY STAELES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. BucV hoarrt. etc.) 2j Circle. Tel. 1037. SHOW CASKS WILLIAM WEIOEL. . Hi Bouth PennwylTanta at. UNDERTAKERS rnANK nLANiritAno. Vi N. Delaware at. Tel 411. La1y Attendant. WALL iAPERS M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. RECORDS FOR ATHLETES SEW MARKS PIT IT I1Y MANUAL THAIMMJ HIGH SCHOOI Animal Field Day at Newby Oval, Pre liminary to the State In tereholaitIc 3Ieet. Tie fourth annual flcM day of the Man ual Training High School was held at New by Oval yesterday afternoon- Thirty-two young athletes participated in the contest?, which were the final preliminaries to the Indiana State interscholastlc meet which will take place on the same field May 26. There was a large attendance of scholars, decorated with colors, who exercised their lungs with school yell?, while the contest ants on the field were straining their muscles In. hoppln?. Jumping, running and other manly sports. The girls of the school are loyal and patriotic, for their bright faces and encouraging class yells were a feature of the meet. M. T. 11. S. has over l.ono pupils, and a large proportion was at the oval yesterday. ' The day was ideal for outdoor sports, and the young athletes we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

o fr 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS , JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. .V.tccfaclnrcr cf Grilles and Fret Work. Recrudescence of Rugs A bi word, but iiot as Big as the Bargains in Monday's Sale 50 fine Wilton Rugs, worth from 7.oO to 10, to clpse, Monday .... $3.60 S3 solid color Siberian RuS, $f.00 value, to clo?e, Monday, at $3.20 23 Siberian Mats, f 1 value, to close Monday at ' $1.90 6 Cxl2 Axniinster Rugs, $21 value, to close, Monday, at $t7.50 NO RESERVES; COME EARLY. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and ID Wut Washington St. Hardwood Floors latfi. finish an3 rsflnlihel. "TELL THE TRUTH" Pressed chickens, a fcound 12Vc Fresh country ej?K3, dozen lc New York full cream Cheese 17c Irish potatoes, a bu-shM 50c is lbs. Oranulated Sugar J1.00 lbs. Soft A ... U.00 20 lb?. Yellow C....4. U.00 Strawberries, pineapples. Bermunda po tatoes, asparagus, cauliflower, etc., at low est prices. : MONARCH GROCERY 112 East Washington St Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sis. Tel. 1469 CHLEICHE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

UND Pages 9 to 16 Pfart Two PRICE ; FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JOURNAL. THE AY 3C QUEEN QUALITY SHOES AYHES CO STANDARD 0 PATTERNS Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods Silk Foulards jThc supremacy of the Ayrcs store doesn't depend upon any one department. If it did vre Could point to no showing of greater merit than this of Silk fFoulards. There are more of them than you'd' hope to see j elsewhere in Indiana; there's a variety that includes every good and reliable quality, and there's a full measure of value at every price quoted. American-made Foulards at 7oC, 81 and 81.10 French Foulards at from SI to 83 a yard Exclusive- pattern lengths of French Foulardj...81.i:5 and SI oO a yard Suits at $25 The high stand ard set by our suits Black Taffeta A special value ready for Monday's buyers. Ten pieces at $25 is to beSwcre au wc couia secure ax me raised Monday ajprce and ten pieces won't last degree h i gh er. long when sold for ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. Methodist schools of theology. For a num ber of years there ;have been whisperings of heretical teachings In the school at Boston. Within tho last year eleven of the . students of that institution left be cause they regarded the teachings of some of the professors a.j contrary to the stand ards of the Methodist Church. The matter has be?n discussed In all parts of the country until two parties have been de veloped. One stands for destructive higher criticism and the o.her represents the old time orthodox vicv. It Is said to be a battle between evolution . and revelation. There are strong men on each side. The higher critics are accused of a practical denial of the deity of Christ and the pro mulgation of Unitarian doctrines. These views Involve the , abandonment of altar services, old-fashlyned conversions, ex perience meetings and other peculiarly Methodistic Institutions. The old-timers have risen In revolt and will demand a hea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

hing's THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. 11 I Ts TheCityOCIAL LIFE a Events, Gayeties and Personal ActlvitI es the Week Thf (inminrr Unlit. Now I FesJ floth the Funrvo Thmft waist appear ujon in seine. Fret very shad Hum white to ;!. and It oi-ireds In bttpMi: An-la.7xith evry 'manly eje, Kvti ttretcheta : Anlry nclc. Itls maketh tm'rous fellows Atfte to follow As ; her beclc Fsjdown the street In glad array A r Doris lightl trips. FrMsion rare. Da)r ankle nat to AnJnty nnertip;; Jl'ii thre are Gijsts of other all most, i efuüy parade. ' Aiith ome in strl;es Irkd acme In r la J la and some AI checua arrayed. And some art allien,- some tvre wool, some linen, A"me pique. Nnd e'en the flannel and liearsilk are seen Jr. the array; And some do blase like :oal3 of Are. while- some ar 'Verflant quite. And every shade of yellow, brown, blue. red. green. Is In Bight; .And thus, when warming xephyrs KUs the early le tiling Tree, the- streets ä Become kaleidoiseopes I Of femini...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1900. Telephone Calls. Bulnss Office I Editorial Rooms 83 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . DAILY BY MAIL. . Pally only, on month : f " " I Ialiy only, three months 2.00 Iai!y only, one year 8.00 Iai!', lnclu'Iinsr Sunday, one year ll.V) Sunday only, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per wek. by carrier 13 cts Kunjay. slncle-copy Rets Daiiy and Sunday, per wek, by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ptr year 11.00 Reduced Unten to Clnba. ' Fabscrlbe with any of our numerous agent or end subscription to tb JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. rrtons sendlnjr the Journal through the malls In the United Ftatf nhould put on an eight-page paper a ONE-CENT postage namp: on a twelve ,vr sUtevn-patre paper a TWO-CENT postage ttamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this pacK-r muüt. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the nam and address of the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

O s"""""""" m-,,ss 13 i f n to have Impressed the people on the Fivicra with tier sreat wealth. It is al-r-o?t a new thln.T for Mrs. Pullman to en tertain constantly and lavishly, and not ivrn during the unmarried lives of the two daughters II! she go so much out in soci rtr' a ne naw recent!v dne. At Monte J..rtrt she occupied the Villa Alexandre, ftn,j m i ans, iiriB tuin.u at easier, e has a splendid apartment and intends ntrrtaln during the whole season of tV exposition. The Htgpinbothams of Chi racs are also to be much in evidence this irirc. and they will make a tour or Spain tr.'J t-e entertained by royalty. jfo quite despised the poet's trade; riafn pros? to him was sweeter, put ho fell In love with a pretty maid, And then he ran to metre. Philadelphia Record. LITERARY NOTES. Xot Ions ago a friend of Maurus Jokai, the Hungarian novelist, was taking him to tak for the plainness of his apartments, to which Jokal replied: ,I dislike all luxury except the luxury of leisure for b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, ICOa "The Reger Brothers in Wall Street." John J. McNally's vaudeville fare, which comes to English's to-morrow night, has the reputation of being a very rapidly mov ing production. It 1 saM that there Is sot a moment In the entire performance when there Is not something doing. For months at the Victoria Theater, New York, it vas difficult to secure a scat for this entertainment. Sedate Boston mani fested the same keen Interest. Even Phil adelphia laid aside Its gray mood and habit for a month, and gave the Rogers Brothers a rousing reception. John J. McNally, who Ii the author of The Rosers Brother in Wall Street." has evidently studied the peculiar lines ofabll- lty of the two brothers around whom he has written thl3 hilarious farce. The piece Is raid to ubound tn fun of the richest sort. Xlaw & Erlanger, who are the managers of the Rogers Brother, keenly appreciate the alue of clever specialty performers, comely chorus girls and han...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1C00. 15 a: The Tragedy of a Third Smoker A Story of tho Metropolitan Railway. By CUTCUFFE HYNE. Copyright. 1300, by Cutcllffe Ilyne.l ' 'I abominate detective Ftories," Bald, the Q. C. lajiivr down hl3 cue along the corner of the billiard table and going across to the shelf where the ciar boxes stood. "You see, when a man makes a detective story to write down on paper he begins 'at the butt-end and work3 backwards. He notes his po!nt3 and manufactures his cues to suit 'era, so It's all bound to work out risM. In real life It's very different" he chose a Farta&a, looking at it through his glasses thoughtfully "and I ought to know; I've been studying the 'criminal mind for half my working life." "Dut," said O'Malley, "a defending coun sel Is a different class of animal from the common detective. -Oh. Is he?" said the Q. C. "That's all you know about it." He dragged one of the big chairs up Into the deep chimney corner and settled himsel...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

16 fHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1CDD. VISIT TO THE HOLY LAND WAYS OF TRAVEL CHANGED SINCE TUE DAYS OF MARY AND JOSEriU Otherwise Many Primitive Oriental Custom Remain Varied R1Ib loa Servier In Jerusalem. Ccrrer3nln:. of the Indianapolis JouitaI. JERUSALEM, March ll.-The first thing that impressed me on landing at Joppa was the van superiority of the western over the eastern Asiatic. In Ftature these Jews are one-third larger than either Japanese, Malay, or Hindoo. And they clothe the whole tody and wear shoes, but "Oh, the fits of them'." They wear the worst fitting trogans of any people on earth. The cos tume of the Syrian is extremely pictur esque ar.d to te seen nowhere exrept upon the Metllterranean. The men are fine-look-Jnsr. and the women in many cases hand some. They, however, lack the unapproach able grace of their Hindoo and Japanese sisters, but on the other hand are marked by a solidity of character of which the eastern Asiatic knows nothing. The Syrian l...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

l. II Part ihree Pages 17 to t A. PRICE FITE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1HE SUNDAY J OURN A hira, Our immense stock is going like wildfire. Our customers say that it's a shame to think that goods have to be sacrificed in such a manner. There is no alternative. Everything has to go under the hammer as our store has to be closed and given over to the builders for repairs in a few weeks. Great quantities of damaged goods taken from basement and on sale for the first time to-morrow. AH kinds of Fancy Silks and Satins that sold up to 75c Silks that sold for $1.00 going at Silks that sold for $1.25 going for Silks that sold for $1.50 and $2.00 going for...... lack and Colored Dress öoods and Linie B DAMAGED BY SMOKEJ OXIY, ALMOST OIVJ-AVWVY PRICES. Plaid Dress Goods, smoke damaged, 15 and 20c kinds, for 5o Plaid Dress Goods, smoke damaged, 50 and 75c kinds, for o Black Henriettas, 36 in. wide, going for lOc Novelties and Plain Henriettas, worth ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

18 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APIIIL 29, 1CC3. UNUSUAL SNAKE LORE DCLSAUTi:' CtlUOlS THEORY OF Tili: scitrirKT within vs. ?tnn InrrimonlnK Drrnd of Ileptllea II Manifestation In Delirium 3fere Speculation. ICcw York Evening To?t. It Is not generally known that the late Francois Delsarte. who Is associated In the minds of r.OMt persons with a 5y?tem of dramatic aesthetic, made a long and pcIc n tific study of herpotology, and arrived at some conclusion that have been more or le?s verified in different parts 0f the world, but concerning which our later students of snake lore appear to be either wholly ignor ant or incredulous. Delsarte formulated a theory of hi own after Innumerable ex periments, and however ppeculative many of his conclusions may have appeared at the time, it Is certain that subsequent bio logic Investigations have not at all dis turbed them, but on the contrary, have thrown much corroborative light upon them. The French master at hii death left many manuscrip...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

a if xTTE INDIANiPOLIS JOURNAL, RUND AY, APRIL 29, 1C00. 19 DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS IN THE Indiana Trust Co. 3 per cent. INTEREST, allowed on deposits of One Dollarnd upward. NO FINES. NO EXPENSE FUND. NO FEES. OFFICES INDIANA TRUST BUILDING Indiana Trust Co. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Indianapolis, April 23. 1000. Notice Is hereby Riven that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Indiana Trust Company, of Indianapoll?, will be held Tit the offices of the company on Wednesday, May 9, lftoO, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing eleven directors for the ensuing year. JOHN A. BUTLER, Secretary. A Worthy Home Enterprise. shares in The Power Building Company Large amount of stock already sub scribed. Remainder now offered at par. Rare chance for a dividend-paying invest ment that will largely increase in value. Call or send for prospectus. The Central Trust Company Financial Agents, No. ISO Harnt stärket Street. Poly 7 I But All Good. Big Casino, Vermont, Martin, Etta, Vt'hea...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 29 April 1900

20 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 2D, 1CC0. Some West Indian Snakes Bj FREDERICK A. ODER Author cf "Among the Caribbees," Etc. The most venomous, and at the rame tlmft mot vengeful, serpent I ever encoun tered was In the Island of Martinique, French We.t lrullcs. It is there called the "For drt Lane?,' or the pnake xrlth the Iron-lanre head. The cphlologlsts tell us that It belongs to the Crotalide, or rattle snake family, and have given It the ex asperating name of Craspedocephaloua lanceolatus. Call It by whatever name we may. It Is certainly the most dreaded, bFt-hated reptile of the tropical Islands, "which It Inhabits, and the mere mention of its name is sufflcient to throw any native community into spasms of fear. That the inhabitants of the region it infests have good reason to fear this dread ophidian, may be opined from the fact that, unlike the other species of the family to -which it belongs, this one la actively and persist ently agrsrisslve. The rattlesnake or ...

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