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CLEVELAND 430 The Plaindealer says Dan r R Hanna son of Senator Mark A Hanna i has iust received a teJte faLI sH 1
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rf BUFFALO Sept 7 VlecPreal
Roosevelt arrived here at 1240
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Btopplnsat his hotel went at once to
t t1 Mflbnrn mansion Ho is now
theacting President ot the United
Btatsa for Mr McElnloyls unable to
transactiony state business and will
fcdnnabieto preside atthe meetlnKdf
the Cabinet Jan The honorable
escjetaries baTO not been allowed to
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tlpnj have be n threatening for month
The UnltedSutti hai war vessels on
both il3t3 tho liUimui ndthi will
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Rio Uacbla Ian Important town on
t rVorth ccjsVot Colombia ThS bom
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crime becomes He was driven rap
Idly to the Hotel Iroquois accompa
nied by an escort of mounted police
I am heartbroken said he
turning to Mr Analey Wilcox who
had accompanied him from the sta
tion The Vice Prealdent remained
In the residence carcolY half an
bour1Ieletl with Secretary Root
and walked around the corner to Mr
WIIcoxs residence where he will
atop He declined absolutely to say
a word
All the meniberaof the Cabinet are
cither Her or oh their way hither
Secretary Gage who reoelvad the
news yesterday while en route to Col
The MlnUter declare that Colombia
contlnnrn to be paclrtc ndi strictly
niutraleand that
Coloambia coni mna
neutral and that Colombia cnnltmnn
the rebel Invaijon ot Oarbirlaa Into
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JWABHINOTOV Rep 7The Navy
Department liar ordered the gunboat
Mnchlai now at Colon to Boons del
Torn tos look after American InUreita
Iln that qtiirter > The battlfirtilp ° lowa
has arrived at Panama The gunboat
RanKer now at that place haa been
ordered back to Ban Fraticlaco
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FELL INTO RIVER AT PLAY
T n jurold John Flegak of No Ml
Ea tKlffhty ecoml street t white daylns
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the pier at Elgtityalxtlt atttet and the
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caught the limited over the New York
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PostmasterGeneral Smith and
Secretary Root also arrived this
morning The latter came direct from
his home at Southampton L I ac
companied by his physician
Secretary Wilson was here with
the President Secretary Long tale
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members of the Cabinet who arrived
called at the Mllburn residence this i
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DBYGOOBS DEALER
Willie nalhlnvnt3Ionmoath O ach
N J Re Woo stricken with
I Heart Foliar
Jamen F Brown a dealer In dvy goods
In thin city woa taken from the curt
al Mfnmoulh each N J this after
noon ima dying condition
He puttered on attack fheirt failure
and althoUsh a physician was on hand
all efforta to resuscitate hIm were In
vain and he idled
Tho only JomepF Brown In the direc
tor is President of the James Freeman
Drown Company of No Franklin
street No rwponae could bo obtained
to a telephone call sent to tfcit addreia
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Special in The Eveninrj Word
BUFFALO Sept 7An Eveninf World reporter had an
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tracks I dont helievc in kings qiepns presidents I toll
you now that I hope t cf irlei dies before to morrows sun
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alarming and fhat fears are entertai ed that she may ejolr J fi
lapse under the terrible strain of the last twenty hours
Her health never good has been subject tOf a test
that many a sturdy wife could not endure Her disatsof j fj
fortitude when she heard the news of the attempt one liar >
husbands life will become historic but the shock was etfl l
dently too great for her gentle nature and today she is a
very ill woman
While the President is resting easily the only point
outside of the possibility of blood poisoning which gives
the physicians concern is his steadily rising temperature r
At 335 P M the most hopeful word yet was despatched 7 r
by Secretary Cortelyou in a message to Secretary Long Drs
Rixey authorized Mr Cortelyou to otTer much encourage wa7
ment 1 ° x I
One of the physicians says the result of the President S r Q
wound will be known in twentyfour hours Within that T1 I k
period indications of blood poisoning or peritonitis whicbia
most feared might appear If not the Presidents chances 1
The rise in his pulse iShie I
of recovery will be excellent rIse In lsg a
more to the medicine administered than to the wound y i
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