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HTCHMONP DAILY PALLADIUM. VEns ESDAY, SEPTEMF.EI? II, 1901.
Richmond Palladium WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 11, 1W1. Jf r,J ffio (8an.ly mfpt? t 'Tilt: PALLADIUM CO. Old and now Phona No.2f. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i by mail, cottage paid - - S3.00 eh " " " - - .25 lu ik, by Barrier - - - - - .00 'Keey the anarchist.-? moving." fLiit is the order of the American MjAfc, and it will not be revoked. TLe news that the President has an.ii.dy reached a point of convaies ttfeiice at which he can begin to take - noariobrnent by the mouth i s tnurveloua as it is gratifying1. jr. Peyton Hoge, pastor of War iick sensorial church, Louisville. I v.. tiOids the thooticg of President HU-tkiley to be God's puui.-hinei-t of s tion. He says the people have ittn thanks to the real author i tifcjr prosperity and have in othtr y iiicurred the divine wrath. Dr. ?yyttu no doubt means well but his 3vtM;y of the old butcher theory s.ifTiiicg the character of God is &i SiiU time particularly disgusting. 'x. rlew of President McKinley 's mpki recovery, Indiana day will be atfctTved at the Pan-American ex position next Saturday as originally ;srvposed. The program will be as rtoUo j : Address of welcome by Director Seneral Ouchanan. Response by Governor Durbin. li-ading of poem, "Old Glory," by .'futaor, James Whiteomb liiley. Principal address of the day by 'lirUjed. States Senator Charles W. fair ban is. "The colored troops fought nobly" iin the civil war and the colored race iar made a good record ever since in al ecae.-geneies where patriotism as involved. Hence it is not sur prising that at the attempted assas sination of President McKinley one f tfit most heroic acts of the tragic ptMis"D- was performed by a colored hqi, "Jur." Parker. Parker stxxl car the President and quick as a fcgr leaped upon the would-be as tit-sin and would, if let alone a mo ssed, have disposed of him as a terkf disposes of a rat. His prompt -less may have saved the President's Si.', Jim Parker is a berg of . thm p water auu sdouiu oe so recognizeu fey the American people. He richly seserved the hearty thanks and con gratulations which he received on the spot. 3HORTT.V after President McKinley as shot, aud while he was supposed to tie dying. Senator Wellington, of Jtaryland, speaking of the assassina tion, said to a reporter: " McKinley and i are enemies. I am indifferent ;tile whole matter." Mr. Welling .aou ta3 been given an opportunity -to deny that he made this brutal remark, but has declined to repudiate it. He therefore stands before the American people to-day as the most despicable man, occup-ing a repect ptfcition, in the United States. Whei, the senate reconvenes, he should be ummarily expelled from that honor iV. It is (.ratif-lng to note -bat' bis- e-;; : Wv u is demanded, no" srsJr by :he pavers in the north, but iJs-o. by ali the leading Southern lOpTS, urxor.g them the Atlanta, JUa., Jourua.', which says : Tbe senate should purge itself o! TTeiTtcgton. We hope to see a reso Istaoe ffr his expulsion offered on fee first duy of the next session, jrdiaary or extraordinary, and we Irast sfcat it will receive the vote o rvery senator who is qualiried to pass itpon is."' TREASON. Not, What is Treason? c Hi-nog Lotic d the statements o' 4.yvTad prominent attorneys, that 5i 'vi e s oundrei who attempted to ssassinate our President cou;d not ib tried under the constitution on a I i&rz of treason, I would ask in th jikTEe of commoii sense why not?, Jl :i treason to tire on our coun- xy's fag. su ely to tire on our :iitTT's President, and that too at Jbe Ti-ry moment when his hand st&cded ia friendly greeting - ali iis cojntrymen, is an act' zrajr with ten fold more treason. ; "":ilia2i McKinley is the Presi tias all ccr pHp:e regardless of rly asie, and if he is not so rec-j niied by the anarchists, they have -o iltrhts in our country th?t any' lt5i Atoerlcan is under the slightest iilxaticn to respect, and the rw-iitct would surely be over-. yiiimiEglv sustained in iisv.irg a ! proclamation of banisbment from our ! -ih res within six months of all anar ! ehiat, under a penalty of deporta ' ffon to some desert island wber ' bey would have ample oooortunitv f r testing their crazy theories of i outlawry and no government the re . mainder of their treacherous lives, j Never in the history of the world, since Judas betrayed the great Naz arene with a kiss, has a more damn able act of treachery been perpetrat ed than was that of this demon; Czolgocz, at Buffalo last Friday when ; he came under the guise of a 'riend ! meeting a friend, but with deep-dyed ; villainnj' and assassination in his ; heart for the man who stands at the ; head of the nation And when prom inent lawyers tell us that under a j constitution that was made a hun t dred years before anarchists were I ever dreamed of this matchless diH j pie of treacherous outlawry, this coia- bioodfd assassin, must within a few j years at farthest be turned loose on I society with the opportunity for I committing similar deeds, wb I can wonder that the spirit i of ' lynch " law rises all over our ! country to an almost uncontrollable j point, with an unmistakable demand that certain, speedy and adequate i punishment hall be meted out to j this prince of traitors, and a death ! blow given to his vile teaching or j American soil for all time to cotneV ' The American peoDle are in no j mood for quietly tolerating another expensive, disgusting, ana long drawn out ' Guiteau " trial for this vile wretch ; but on the contrary, the great heart of the nation now cries out in no uncertain tones for the utter and absolute extermination of Czolgocz, with every nest and den of the villainous supporters behind him. If we have no precedent for trying this prince of anarchistic traitors to all good government on a charge of treason, in the name of humanity and twentieth century civilization, let us make a precedent that will serve the civilized world for all future ages. Jas. Ciiahles. rofits of Life Insurance. Mr. Charles B. Fletcher, of In dianapolis, who died on Tuesday of last week, was insured for $25,000 in The Mutual Life Insurance Com pany of New York. His estate will receive from the company $35.t50, which is the total face of the policy (25,000), and a return of every cent Mr. Fletcher had Daid in premiums, or $10,650. It will be seen, therefore, that Mr. Fletcher's insurance really cost him no more than the use of the money he paid in premiums. His policies in The Mutual Life were what are better known as "Twenty-Payment Life, Twenty-Year Distribution, whole premium return." It would seem that no man or wo man can make an investment with out speculative, features, that for Mfetf Oiut oerialtt.T Of " lr&& profits approaches life Insurance in such a company as The Mutual Life of New York. A. Certain Cure Tor I vsei'. tcrv aud Diarrhoea. "Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford county. Pa. 'I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, Editor Ward, of the Lacyville Mes senger, suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a oottle and took two doses, one be fore starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill eflect. Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle of this same reme dy, and this time one cose cured me " For sale by a. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff, druggists. Some Historical Notes. There has been a great deal of dis cuss'on the past few days of some aalf forgotten stories of attempts on the lives of Presidents, which do not appear in the general histories. Isaac Jeckinson, who is an authority on these things, says that the re ported attempt to poison the first President Harrison is a mistake. Mr Harrison was an old man and feeble, and the work of the campaign and the subsequent badgering of office eekers killed him. He died in a month or so aftar taking his office At the inauguration of Preside t: Buchanan an attempt was made o pVisoi the President, but t was not eonf.ned to tLe c'resicciit. Aii icar:--i:ratiot arty was g;ven and was krgeiv at tended, the President being in the party. Many were made sick, several died then, and many died a year or so later from the effects of the poison. Little was ever snown about it, aud it does not appear in any of the his tories. The congressman from Ft. Wayne died from it. The affair created great indignation at the time, as much as this attempt upon the life of President McKinlev. TSo Longer Than Your Hand t is the spot in your back directly af- j fected by lumbago. But it is big i enough to prostrate you until a kind friend rubs Perry Davis' Pain Killer j into yoi-r achine ffesh. Then the throbbintr pain, which has been as j bad as toothache, dies away. Pain ; Killer is equally good in relieving--eiatioa and ce various forms of ' rfceumat: -o ana ,uc. AN ARID GAMP j Is What the 15. & O. S.-W. ! Shops At Wahiiiirtoii Are I Likened To. I GUARDS MIR OX DOT The Situation Has Not Yet Develop ed Serious Trufl, Hut It Is Evidently Looked For. Deputy Sheriffs and I'inkerton Men Watch Over the Imported Men. Washington. Iu.l.. Sept. 11. The l?alriuire and Ohio. Southwestern: strike siruatiou ussuiiit-tl no serious as- I-cts yesteniay. l.ut the officials evi dently anticipate troiiMe, for addition al dcitity sheriffs have leeli aske1 i for the protection of the imported ; work mi ii. Strict watch is kept ly . the deputies and railroad officials, and tio one filters the shops without a pass. About 4i im-u are idle to date. ; ami they have been discharged. A gen eral syiiipiithy strike is looked for. The shops rcsemhle an armed camp rather than h place for laborers. Pickets are , stationed aoout the ltoihhIs, every per- -. son is LalTed. and no one is permitted : to pass unless provided with a permit , from the master mechanic or the ..up- erintetideitt. The guards art' composed : prineipallj of deputy sheriffs from the j city, but there are 15 men from Chi-J cajro, said to be Plnkertons, with lo ! detectives from Cincinnati. Fifty im- j ported men from Seymour, Yineemies, , St. Louis aud I.ouisvilh- are at work, j They live in the wrecking cars in the; yards, the company supplying their : wants. All the officials of the compa-1 ny, with the exception of President ; Green, were here tryinir to arrange a ! plan for settlement, but nothing was j accomplished. f AFltH DKSK1JTKUS Uncle Sam Look in a up Truant Sol. diers In Indiana. Indianapolis. Sept. 11. The United States recruiting officers of Indianapo lis are co-operatim; with the -police in the apprehension of deserters, aud as the result, so far this week, two Indi anapolis boys. Virgil Foultz and Ous tav Essis, are couiilied in the guard house at the arsenal, v narles Foster of North Vernon was also -aitured. The government pays a reward of .Situ for the capture of every deserter, aud detectives who were assigned to the eases were paid in full, and they turn ed , the money into the police pension The authorities at Washington have not i lied Colonel Noble that Captain Julius A. I Vim of the Seventh infan try, hail been ordered to Indianapolis to assist in the recruitinir business un til Ieeember. He was apioiuted act in;; quartermaster. He Didn't Delay Then. Decatur. Ind., Sept. 11. A stranger who made the remark that he was ;hid McKinley had been shot and that the president deserved what he had received, was driven out of Muurue vosterdav. Scarcely had he made the "remark before he was confronted by a ! crowd of angry citizens, who ordered him to leave. He hesitated alout go iux until someone in the crowd said: "F.oys. get a rope." after which lie did not delay his departure. lhe Deadly "Crazy Hay" North Judson. Ind.. Sept. 11. A quantity of marsh hay was sent to I'urdue university by Jacob Keller for analysis. A reirt from the station says the hay was infected with what is knowu as "crazy hay." Many horses aud cattle have died in the ; Kankakee valley lately from eating this hay. The university will make a ' rigid investigation of the causes lead-! ing to the infection. j j Iirutal Husband Wanted. ; Fort Wayne. Intl., Sept. 11. The po-! lice authorities are looking for Iseni : Ireland, a well-to-do farmer, living in , the northern part of the county. It is alleged that a few days ago he ; severely beat h.'s wife with a club.1 He was arrested for assault and bat tery, but furnished bail. The physi cians now say that Mrs. Ireland can not recover from her injuries. Kiehtinu the Match Trust. Terre Haute. Ind., Sept. 11. The Diamond Match company, with a ca pacity of l.o'',AU matches per day. has inaugurated a fiht with the Standard Match company in this city, agents distributing coupons from house to house, to lie exchanged for Diamond matches. The Ditmond is itu indeiH-ndeiiT 'concern, operating cJO" side the great march trust. 5 The Old Flame IteTivetl. Sullivan. Ind.. Sept. 11. Thomas SLepperd and Mrs. Henry Kohnson have been united in marriage. Shep Ierd was recently released from the penitentiary, where he served 'J'J years for the murder of James Ingle. The couple were sweethearts before his confinement. Danserous Family Quarrel. Eransville, Ind.. Sept. 11. During a family quarrel William Craig was JaaserMiy stabWJ Igr Oil: Funk, a brottcr-ia law. Here's Your Opportunity. Any colored waist in the othef words, Toe waists 25c, 3 BEAUTIFUL WHITE WAISTS 111 1 ,1 - "l I A. ' 1 1 1 ese win be $ud lor less tuan cost, losinjr our price win oe BUY FOR THIS YEA - BUY FOR NEXT YEAR. new; clean, this season's goods. 1 miTT THKATRE. M IIDDiV M. fi JV ICUEQ Lessees and Manssera WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS. The 8trlinic favorit. America- greatest ' character comedian, "that fellow of fottnite j jet," Mr. Timothy JIurpliy In Paal Wilstach'a new ilay of Washington life A CAPITOL COMEDY Introtlueinif Mr. Murphy in an entirely new character creation. "Joel (lay." supported by the talented actress, Alias Miss Dorothy Sherrod n l a smart company of associate playeia "Mr. Murphy's best cffeMnij. Ths aurtierce lauii-heil and t"-iei throughout the four aits - Columbus Journal. Prices: S1.50, $1.00, 76o and 50c. Cailery 25c. t"'w-n r Wsatenrt ' pharmacy co m mences Monday, Seit. IS. Butler County Fair Excursions to Ham ilton via Pennsylvania Lines, Excursions tickets to Hamilton for the But'er county fair will be sold September 3')th to October 4th, inclusive, f-om Cincinnati, Richmond and intermediate t cket stations on tbe Pennsylvania lines. For particu lars see local agents. No Substitute Wanted. No! I did not ask for a bottle anv cheaper, or twice as larire, or one made bv yourselves. I did ask for and will have no substitute for Per ry Davis' Pain Killer; I have used it, my father used it and I would not be surprised if my grandparents did so too: there is no imitation that can equal it. That I am sure of for stamach ache. ECONOMY. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sedtrwick and daughter, Marie, of lndian acclis were guests of Mr. Sedgwick's parents Saturday and Sundav night. Mrs. Alice Frazier and daughter, Bessie, spent a few days the past week with friends in Knightstown. Mrs. W. S. Lamb and Mrs. Annel Edwards returned home Wednesday after spending a week with relatives in Miami county, Miss Lillie Martin is seriously ill with cancer of the stomach. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark an-d daughter, .viyriie, are ai cuuaio. .Nelson Lamb o: Muncie spent bun- dav with relatives here. Among the number that went to Petoskey Thursday were: George Bal.enger and wife, Frank Pierce and wife. Louis Peterson and wife, Ed Balienger and wife. Lincoln Mor rison and wife. Oscar Ballecgr and wife, Elwood Clark and George CoOa. Mrs. Louie Doane and children are the guests c f relatives and friends at Indianapolis. School began Monday with a large attendance. Charles Hurst of Indianapolis was r. In town Friday. Water Cure lor Cli ouic C on stipation Take two cups of hot water half ar hour befcre each meal ? r.d just be ; fore going to bed, also a drink oi wa i ter, hot or cold, about two hours : after each meal. Take 1 otjs f out door exercise walk, ride, drive, i Make a regular habit ot t lis and in many cases chronic constipition may i be cured without the use ct any med icine. Ween a purgative's required take something mid andgent.e use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by A -. Laken Co., and VT. H. Sudhc-ff. eto, S&Kfe, LAST CALL ON Ladies' Cotton Shirt Waists store at the 1.00 waist: ridiculous discount of two 33c, S1.50 waists 50c. HASEMEIER & SIEKMANN. W ai r ra You may biiy a pair of Duchess Wool Trousers at $2.00, $?.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 OR $5.00 Act! wear them two months. For every suspender button that comes off we will pay 10 cents. If they rip in the waist band we will pay you fifty cents. If they rip iu the neat or elsewhere we will pay you one dollar or give you a new pair. LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN ST. "Lucky Curve" I Fountain Pen . . . Thev Alwavs Write UJinht 1 i Try a Parker Luckv e 2 2 k .U, Curve when you call L for stationery. 4J. ii School Suoplies f - Phone TuS. 7)ilain St. F)R. C. M. HAMILTON, io i. iotli Street, Opp. We&tcott Hotel, RicUmond, Irfd. .... BDTrt PH:SS. thirds off. In 75c to S 2 each. All choice, oty ED. F. DALBEY, I1 N. KKiHlll ST. Photographer n-( k-i oo it ;vv ouk A I'KC 1 A I.TY . . . LANDSCAPES AXIMALS Giiours IMCMCS lAI!TIEi ATI! K I!l NGt. Commercial ordrs promptly filled in any line or any quantity. NO J OH TOO IMG 0 Jttli TOO SMALL And we bare HUT ONE QUALITY And ttut Is THE liEST. Irices alwayn low as con sistent witli good reliable work .... Publishers of Illustrated Souvenirs of Richmond ::: DENTIST