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H THE BASILICA
OF ST. PETERS
The Coronation of Pope Pius X.
Took Place With All the Mag
nificent Rites of Church.
f HE CEREMONY WITNESSED BY
SEVENTY THOUSAND PERSONS
'flu- .-.i-i-ln- l'r-n-llH'il n
.Muiiiitlnii I In- Thrum- I'linm-il a
IMi-lni'i- iif llHUullli ti Wlili-li
Si Can Dit .1 nl !.
Koine, Auk 'J- -Tliu ((.-n'moiiy of the
cutcjiiaLfon or I'opo I'ius X. tool; plain
to-day In tlif Il.'islllcu or Si. I'oters In
the iirchenie or tlie primus iiinl high
(IlKiiil.'ii'ies or Hie eliurcli, 1 i plomnttJ
ami Unman noMes, and willj all tin.'
Kolmnlly mill Hplftulor associated with
this, th" moht iiuikhIIm cut rite in the
Koinati Catholic church.
Am Cardinal Matchl, the dean of the
catdinal-dear ons, placed the triple
crown on the head of the vcner.ihle
ponlirr, the llnoiiK or O.OOO pui'Mina
j:alh( tcil within the cathedral huibt In
to nut entrained ai elainatioiiH, the cliolr
I'litoncd a hymn or triumph and the
hell"- or Koim- ran out a joyful peal.
'I lie pope lose uniiKually early, and
tool, a Mroll in the vallcan garden.
Then lie allowed himself to h.- drcHmjil
liy the caidlnals. He i-vlwd no nurv
inistieks and even said jokingly to the
mauler i, cercnionieK, who the othei
day Mt;;r;cted thai he. bhoiild use tho
plural lorm in Kpeal.lnn of hiniKeir,
"tt'e reel ery well this morning, hut
wo may he iUffi-i-iit on n-ltirnltiK from
The pioceHhlon then formed and pro
i reded to Hie door of the hafillica
ih.-oiinh whl'-h plus X cist an almost
lerror-sti ichen ghnue, whispering t
"Hliall i ccr lie aide to go through
with II V"
"l.itnu l'iu X."
Tie- people of basilica i.ad meaulimc
heioine Impatient and when the gleam
lug cross which proi ceded the cortegf
v;:ih seen It was greaied with greal ap
Jilaine. (In I he appearance of I he poll
lilf hlliu-elf It seems ,'i i t Imii'j li the pi-o-pi.'
would seel, 'o carry him in llielr
aims, so ureal was their enthusiasm.
f'r!'" (it "I'liis, our pope, imr father,"
and -Long lie I'iiib X '
. i-i-im- iif IIhuiiIIIi-i-iii-i.
The scene presented on hhi mount lux-'
:lie throne lormcd a inagnillcent plc
'.iire to which no pen lonlil do justice
The teulral llguie nut the venerahlc
pontllf scaled tin lint tnrone Tvw 'llin-!-nl'
cardinals clad in siher ami scailet
reitched to the higli altar with Its har
den n( liurnish candles and Haired es
sels. while around siood I Iif. papal
uunrds, the pontilltal loitrt, moiihs and
olliclals The cathedral was illumi
nated with Iwlnhlmg lights, while Hie
iitarhle loliinins titnl walls rcndeieil the
cidor scheme mote ild. Over lieai4
was the most maguillcenl dome in tin
v orld up to which llu.it -i 1 the hat mony
of the music.
The appearand1 of Hie pope In that
eleviited posilioti tailed lorlh anolliei
IiiiisI of eiilhusliism The pope then
IdesM'd the altar, and alter saying Hie
' I'idulgentliini" the maniple, u sj mhol
of the i.ord with kIiIiIi Christ was
hound on his capture, wis plaied, witli
great (ereniony. upon tlie pupe's arm.
't'lioeliliiic l'rner Ollt-rfil I'm- I'Iiin ,
'1 lie whole Milled college gathered
nlioitt Hie pope, singing I'alcsirina'H
"Corona Aurea Super Caput KJus,"
while the choir hurst lot Hi into song.
Caidlnal Alacehl Hiea leciled the "'a.
!cnio:,tcr'' anil orteretl the followlni;
"Omtilpotent ami Hut Internal (loil,
Idgullnry of the Clergy .ind ulhor of
Soverelgitty, grant Thy K'rvant. I'lim
X.. griue Iritlirully to nou-m Tliy
i liurch so that he, who hy Thy clem
ency, hefomes and Is frowned as rather
il Kings and rector of all the lallliful,
tlirotigli Thy wise disposition may gov
"Amen" rang oul from all corners of
the cathedral, from the choir, the poo
pie, thi.. clergy anil the patricians.
When comparative silence hail been
tes'ored Cardinal Macchl .'nldressed tho
pope in Latin an follows
"llcteive the tiara ornamented with
three crowns. Iteiuetuher thou art the
'father of princes and kings, Hie ri-itnr
of the world, I he vicar on earl It of our
havlous, .lesiis Christ, who In the honor
iiitd glory of all centuries."
"Amen" again hitist forth frou- tho
Ilililirt the 1'iialiille lli-iirilleMnn.
l'ope Pius was almost overcfime, and
had tcarcely htreu;;lh left to Impart
the tipostollj: benediction Cardl.ials
Macchl and Segua grained a plenary
Iniltllyence to all presenl, and the pro
leM'.lon then reformeil and left the
I. aUIca In the name form an It mine.
When the ceremony was ovr all th
e:ltK to tint Vatican were openrd, and
v (thin an hour the vast c.iUioilrul u
BAGGAGEMEN MAIL CLERKS
Experiment of Employing Baggage
men to Handle Mail.
'o llrllter I'riim flic lmr .llMll In
'I'llllKf ID WlMHtl II I- dllt-PIKfll
ill l',hil Miinu Ihe Line.
Washington. Aug. 1 1.-Tost master-Y-neral
Wayne has decided to ntahe Ihn
xperlinenl or employing haggagemen
an trains which are not provided with
mall clerl.s It) tunc charge or and de
liver op. n newHpaper mall This deci
sion ha.s heen reached alter much eon
"Ideraiion. ninl In response to a petl
lion Illed hy irnny ol the l-adlng news
paper puhllslicrf! of the country who
tsked lit" post olllie departtnelit to pro
vide lacllliles for iliurlhiiilim open
bundle of p.tper.s along the lines lrom
train!, whldt c-irry only dosed pouches.
There ere a large number of such
l.aln.i. and its the l i;u tni-nl Is not
I :eptcs"r.t"d l.y an einpl ye on them the
postma.s.er general decline 1 to assume
roujionnbiliiy for papets not Inelosuil
In I he pouclies. Second Avlslant I'ost
inaster.(;ctieralSliallenli"rger then sug
gested the expert men' of employilig the
liaggagenu't' to lake haree of the m ill
la such cases, and the siiiigesllou was
adopted 'I he plan loutemplaiiM that
Ihe buK.:!H."'!iiasleir. shall In- sworn In
IS post nit'ice dep.irlllieiu iimplojes and
that the shall he paid lor llielr serv
ices. It is intcni ed Hint they shall de
liwr the papets to thine lo whom
Ihey are addiessed at points along the
line I rum the car doors, thus saving
much time which would he lost In ease
Hie papers were Inclosed In the pouches
as tills would nei es.silate their being
taken to Hie local post oflice before
Ihey lould bedelivcied tnage.'iis. It is
estimated that the c ost id' I In- service
through tlie baggageman will lie much
less than II post olllce employe: were
supplied lor all such iraln-.
TO VISIT THE PRESIDENT.
enilertliee In lie Held Mclttcell l,r
lilenl anil llnilie lieiierllt Itelit
live In 1)i-itlll lilenl nl Jimllre.
Oyster Ua. X. Y.. Aug. 11 -Allor
ney-Cieneral Knov will arrive here to
day to haw a coul'eri'nie with the pres
ident, lie will lake luncheon al Saga
mote Hill and pmhably will remain
Willi the president most ol' Hie day.
The president desires to go over Willi
him i ei iiiin matter:! now pending In the
ilepaitment of justice, including that
phase nl ihe Lit laui'i'-Lynit gue cim
Ire.ci i ase which was tclerred lo the
The attention of the president last
evening was diiccied lo a ciicumstaii
thil statement published yesterday alt
irnooii that Sei rciary of War Itoot ex
peeled lo lellre Iriiill the eabiliet, 1(1
lie sui i ceded b (!ov. T.itt of Ihe f I II
Ippiues It t an be said Hull there is
no definite Inundation for Hie story.
Tlie pre.-ddcni . time Hie lirsl iuiima
llon many month-, ago ol Secietury
Knot's posilde reiiri'ineiii. lias hoped
and still hopes that he will remain lit
Ihe cabinet lor a long time yet He be
leves thai tlie siirelarv cerlninly will
cumin through Hie coining winter ami
irobably a niiich lunger time.
PRESIDENT GRANTS PARDON.
WlllicM Neeileil In 'l'eHH llirilrr
Tl'llil I'll I'lliineil li I'l-eililenl In
V I'll' I- III ' I ' n I J I l,t-UH II .
Waslnngion, Aiie II The prcsldeiil
has gi anled a pardon to Win I'ollis of
Teas. wlioe teiimon is said lo he
esseuii.il In a minder trial pending in
Texas, in wlili h James i'ollis, a nephew
of the pardoned man. Is Ihe nccusi d.
William I'ollis Is said to he Ihe only
man who can establish .he Identity ot
tlie body of the dead man. an old and
well to-do lariner and li t ry lender in
IIciiiIitmiii i ntituy name! .McDonald,
hill as he serw d a term 'n Ihe Detroit
house ol i orrcci ion soma ten years ago
arter loiivlcllou In a reilevnl on rl ill
Tas lor t ounte leltiug his l-sliinony
was Itu oinpctec.t under Hie laws of the
slate until he was p. u cloned.
HELD FOR THE GRAND JURY.
rreiiiniiiiii i:iiiiiiiiiiiinti r r. si..
' llm i limlnn, Cliiii'ueil Willi
IkllllllK .llllllI'M I1. lc lllill.
St. Louis. Sng. II -The preliminary
lie.ii'iug of I.ord ' F Seymour llarring.
Ion. accused of Hie murder of Ids
friend and henelador. .lames I". Mc
CauiU at Doulils Slat ion, In St. l.ouls
county, on lite nUlil ol .lune IS. opened
In the (oimly court room at Clayton,
Minitla.v, belore .itisllce Isaac W. Camp
hell, ol Dellodiamoiit.
The (hiense waived the reudint; oi
the luloriuatloii, and llari ingloii en
teretl a plea of not guilty. The ('!
Tense's retpieai Hint witnessed be i x
eluded lrom the room and placed la
(barge of special olllcers until called
was agreed to and the examination
Harrington war held without bond,
Jespltu the objections of his altorne.vs,
wlio now threaten to institute lmhen
(tirmifi proceedings lo huve hlui re
nted pending t'.ia act km of the grand
DURBIN RE LIES
Thinks PresitientStruck Keynote
PLEASED WITH OMMENDATION
lleelnifn Wf MiiKllmu 'llml I, an 1
Aileiintile In lleilU llli I'l l me liy
l ii'i lnx II I in. I',..r .
.use ot I
ludhuwipolks, I til
Aug. 1 1 (Sov.
a formal reply to
Durhin, .Monday, se
th" letter he rece
pi. Sunday, from
oiicernluf; tho re-
cent mob at l.'.aufllc.
"Dear .Mr. I'refitl
I: Acting In ac
ggestlon mtttle 1)
cordi'.w. u with the
Ihe seirelary lo 1 hejrciildent, I yester
day telegraphed yottiy a)proval of the
i omnitinlcatioii yotl'ave seen 111 to ad
dress to me tinilerjlate of August G.
In doing this I preceded on the well
warranted belief tl tho commenda
tion you have so aieroii"iy accorded
to my ofllclal acts jas only Incidental
to the broader puriM; of your admira
ble letter, which In
moving appeal to
le patriotism, des
to profoundly af-
ihe confident e and
lined. In my oplnhi
Ici i public sentimd. on a vitally Im
liori.Mil national pdileni. The effect
ol' such an appeal om such a source
:s certain lo he salary in Ha wide
spread inllueiiees. this Instance, at
In other emetgenciH you have spoken
with the courage of mvictlon, with tlif
eloiiieiice of eatnestess and under the
Inspiration of the car utiderstandinc
of and devotion lo te tlutle.4 and re
sponsibllities of Ani'lcan clli.ensliii.
"I it-el that you lie 'iti-ick the key
note of a national leer.slty when you
my that 'all public en, all writers ol
the press, all clergjien, all teachers,
all who, in any way ave a right lo ail
dies.s Ihe people, shflltl with every en
ergy unlit; to tleiioute such crimes and
lo support i hose cgated In imttlng
: Iii-iii down.' ami Moure the correlated
docttine that 'we r.ist show that the
law is niletpiate to l-al with crime b
I rceing It from eve) vestage of tech
lib aliiy and delay.'
"Your Stirling wnls will serve tc
pres hoine upon Hi people a re.spon
s.i.lliiy which, rolling beyond a!
Iho.ii- in authority, after all essen
lially llu-ir own. 1 arouse the real-i-.:.
ii Inn of thai nrijuslblllly ami all
that implies will lei entirely eradi
eale conditions wl.ltl otherwise may
soon In come, as youhiul out so clev-i-il),
an Immlneni iiface lo the very
life of the t'l-pulilit .
nut. in: vim's
'I'll I ii I. )I-iiii. l-'il I, neli tun
l-i, iniil mill i-)l.v Trlul.
Ilntou Uotige, La . fi i g. II. In ills
cussing tin- letter of 'resident lloose
veil to (iov. 1 u i-li 1 1
if Indiana, Gov
lor lynch law ii
Heard said. .Monday
"I think the renu
prompl ami siieedy
al. livery lynch
in-; weakens respef
or law, and II
men persist In tin
torin of rednw
lo.-e all lespt-cfor law, anil in it-
i rimes I agree iiroughiy
president in his sltenieiit
f oruerstone of the
public an of all
respect for and
timely one, and
obedience lo the la
letter In a strong ill
I agree Willi ni'icliif what he says.
Hut there Is one piit on which ho Is
id on which I
btrongly dissent fthi
his view, lie
i ue punishment
seems to think Hi
meted out to negroi!
or certain name-
less crimes are pun
alined a I them by r
Ills ntl.ii iiucept Ion
from tin- lact that
tuosi exclusively l
on of their color
crime is limited
ihe c.dorcd race
I'unishmeiit knowsbo distluctlou ol
rely commit thl
do the record
shows that It malls little in what
section the same
ARE THEY LES LETTERS?
I'neUime ll.-ei'lt cil I .lefTcrmill f.'ll)'
fiiiiineil In I' lain I. ! tern
lleitrlnu on hiille Trliil.
.lefferst u City, a Auk. II. Tht
loreinaii of the Kraij Jury, Monday, re
eled a package wjch bore tlie post
mark of Nlagaraii-l he-Lake, Out,
While the content are not publicly
krowii It is imppos
the package con
nanlol .1. Kelley
tallied It-Hern Kent
which lie received
urn I'otmer Lletit.-
(Sov. John A. Leejo bo used In tlia
bribery trial of Stklor Karris.
This is taken uiiitlicalo Hint
Kelley will nrobabiiKit return to .let'-
If-ity at tne nnuery
Key's Intention to
have her present t
uud she recently
letters in person
kno for thai pur-
poio, but Hie trial
red si - .-turned tdlni.
U. S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
For Dyspepsia and
If you do iiotih-i'dve prompt ami satis
factory results from therttse of I'erttna,
write ut once to Dr. Ilartmaii, K'wiug a
full htateineut of your ease ami lie will
be pleased to Rive you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilartinan, President of
The Ilartinan Sanitarium, Columbus,
un mii- irni xv-
Little Liver Pills.
Muai Bear Signature of
Sm FoSlll Wroppi r Below.
Trr lull aa M MT
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
I mj I IIMl"Kn uitittytMiiniM.
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
K M 1 4M&M THA HE M ttK
Natno on Each Piece.
Catarrh of the Stomach is Generally
Called Dyspepsia'.'Something to
Produce Artificial Digestion
it Generally Taken.
Hence, Pepsin, Pancreatin and a Host
of Other Digestive Rcmedi'.s
Has Been Invented.
These Remedies Do Not Reach the Seat
of the Difficulty, Which is
EX. U. S. Senator M. C. Ilutlnr from
.Smith Carolina, was Senator from
that stute for two terms. In a re
cent letter to The Perutia .Medicine Co.,
from Washington, D. U., says:
.' can recommend Pcruna tor dys
pepsin and stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicine tor a short
' -....-.-. a i. u.. .1
Jff IVU HIIU f ICC'f L-f' itiui.it rVIIUVLU.
It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine be
sides a good tonic." M. C. Butler.
The only rational way tociire dyspep
sia is to ii-move the catarrh. Perutia
eiirescatarrh. Penina does not produce
nrtillcialiligestfoit. I ten res catarrh a ml
leavesthe htoniaeli to perforin difrest Ion
in a natural way. This is vastly better
uti'J safe;- than resorting' to artificial
Poruuu. lias cured more ca--es of dys
liepsitk than all other retneilies com
bined, simply because it cures catarrh
wherever located. If catarrh is located
in tlie head, Peru mi cures it. If catarrh
lias fastened itself in tlie throat or
bronchial tubes, Perttmi cures it. When
catarrh becomes settled in the stomach,
Penina cures it, as well in this locution,
as in any other.
Peritn'a is not simply a remedy for
dyspepsia. Perutia is a catarrh remedy.
Penina cures dyspepsia because it i
generally dependent upon catarrh.
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