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HICIIMONP DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1001.
Richmond Palladium FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 101. FS i -L-- i i:i-ry evisg (van-lay rxj-r--i.- tv THE PALLADIUM CO. Old and new Phone No.21. TERMS OF SU8SCRI?TIONt One ear by mail, poatage paid - - S3.00 One month " " " -2S Oie week, by carrier ----- .C6 Among th many memorial ad dresses delivered throughout the country yesterday none was more noteworthy than that of Grover Cleveland at Princeton, N. J., and that of Wm. J. Bryan, at Lincoln, Nebraska. A dispatch from Rushville says Congressman Watson believes con gress at the coming session will take action to suppress anarchists. His pUnis to deport them to some lonely island in the Philippines, where, un der guard of a United States man-of- war, tney could tight oat tneir own ( destinies. Not a bad idea. ; Yesterday was a day never to be fori.tten by the present generation. Its liae has never been seen even by the older citizens who have witnessed the. Eation's grief over the death of three martyred Presidents. The funereal aspect everywhere was abso lutely oppressive. The shadow of euth seemed to hang as a dark pall over the land and all the people teemed moved bv a single thought. la his last public speech, at the I Pai-American exoositioa. William I MeKinley uttered the following golden words that will live forever: '"Gent'emen, let us ever remember that our interest is in concord, not conflict, and that our real eminence rests iu the victories of peace, not tuose of war. We hope that all who are represented here may be moved to higher and nobler effort for their ovu and the world's good, and that out of tnis city may come not only greater commerce and trade for us al. but. more essential than these, rclatso: s of mutual respect, confid ence au j friends-hip which will deepen that God will graciously vouchsafe j prosperity, happiness and peace to I i'.l our neighbors and like blessings ! to a.i the peoples and powers of j earth. AMUSEMENTS. A lir s nii'Qi packed house gret ted Holden return to the Gennett last . cn which occasion thev pre sented "Nooidy's Claim," and it j was continuous rounds of laughter j and applause until the tableau of the ! last act. This c jinpany is better than ever. Tonight they will present "The Den ver Express," closing tkeir engage ment Saturday, after the bargain matinee, which opens at 2:30 p. m., Yea ceuts toall parts of the house. They have good specialties between ail acts. The hit of the program is the singing of little Alice Opie. The first attraction of next week at the Gem-ett is to be "The Little Minister." and we believe the hove is coin to tv filled. The prices are within the fetch of all, aud the piece is one a 1 persons ought to see and feel tha hey sshuuld. It is founded on o-.e '.f the jiterary sentations. ftiui i- ?. tited by a c inpny well a:ie to p'..t it op the boards true to j':;e lb- ;: i ciud s Messrs. Harrr Li.lfo-d. H .ra.-e Mitchell. W. C. Ma.ur, 1J li Graham. Cecil Kings ton. J. C Cordybie, Geo. Cunwa ;tui Mis-s Frances Stevens, Marie Ivlbert, Mary Heed rson and Marie Williams. M s-i Stevens apoears as "Lady 11 t-bb e. '' Rjoih Trkitigtou left Iuiianapolis yes'e.day for New York, where he ;ts:.sts iu ti-.e rehears.il of "Beau claire," by Richard Mansfield's com panv, and will consu t Chas. Fron maa with ttg-d to the product oi "The Gent.eman fruia Indiana. ' Mr. TarKi irton o'.d the play rights of the now! to 2r. Frohman. wfac had it adaptel to stage form or hi own pHpl-. "Alice of Old Yl--ceunes" is being rehearsed at Cleve land by V:rgiu;a Harold s company and will be produced there first. loth plays hive local color and will draw here when they come here il 'aey ever d j. Musicians here can have Jean Ger ardv, the Belgian "cellist, for a con cert, if they try. He is cow at San I Francisco, cn bis way back frox ) Australia and will be at Icdiaaapo-' lis on October y for one tirfht. He is ' the youngest o: tne and the most famous. great 'cellists ) He has plaved j successfuily in every country in ope, .Mexico and the far east. I iuc juu) uaiuuiasici duel i. , IW citerie of tnlrth provokers, the same clever thronsr that aooeared Ihejody xJ-irgomaster and his ; here last season, is announced for a return engagement at the Gennett next Wednesday, September o. where wit, beauty and sons will f aain reijjn supreme. The enthusi-1 astic way ia which' we helped "The ! LJurjromaateT" aioce was little short .f exonerating Everytb;cy went ith a whirl, tuneful inarches, the new concerted topical soajfs, the many new and original specialties, the "trouble of New Amsterdam mayor before his burial and after his resurrection t wo hundred years iatr in tray New York, were encored time nd again, until the whole of the piece stood a good chance of beinir presented twice at this one perform- mee. KtTIE SIIANNOJ. "Her Lord and Master,'" Herbert Kelcey and Eftie Shannon's new play which has met with such a tremen dous success and which Richmond people are srcing to hae a chai c.i of seeing, will be presented here at the Gennett theater on Thursday even ing September 2i. for one night only. It has been decided by the manage ment of the theater to begin the ad vance sale of seats on Tuesday, the ' 24th, instead of on the usual day, in order that thosn wishing the better seats will have plenty of time in ; which to secure same. Messrs. Mur- : ray and Swisher have been compelled ; to make some slight changes to the ; stage of the Gennett theater on ae-; count of the unusually massive scere rv which "Her L rd and Master5' ; carries, and it is safe to sav the women of Richmond will gasp with appreciative delight when Miss Shan non steps upon the stage in her mag nificent costumes, which have all been imported for ber from Paris, and which were made especially for this production. E. M. Holland Is to play the title role In "Eben UoMen." E. S. Willard Is about to build him self a splendid playhouse in London. There Is to be a revival of "Mazep pa," with Vernona Jarueau as the hero. Walter Jones, the well known come dian, has decided to return to the stage. Rostand's play. "La Sauiaritaine," re cently produced lu Home, Is said to be a failure. Kathryn Kidder will th!s season star lu a new play entitled "Molly riteher." Olga Xetliersole has suffered another relapse and may never be seen on the stage again. Sydney P.rough, an English actor of note, has been engaged as leading man for Maude Adams. De Wolf IIopier will not be a mem ber of Weber & Fields organization the ensuing season. Gertrude Coglilan, who is to star in "Vanity Fair" again this season, is the proud mother of a baby girl. Stage fright and consequent excess ive emotion is given as the cause of the death of an actress In France the other day. Theresa Vaughan, who has !een con fined in a private sanitarium at Worees- ' ter. Mass.. is reported by her relatives to le greatly Improved. C. R. St M. The Marion Chronicle savs t'aat the C. R. ci M. has secured 4' h ts in that t wn for a deoot and side tracks, that Ly,i.-k ,t Hill have tb contract fur building the depot, aud will beuin witbtn a very short time. The company have more rr.en and teams it work on the line from J jnesb ro to the Tippecauoe river thin were ever before given work or any road Icd'aca. at one t:me in the st: of A. YOl'Xti LADY'S SAVED At faiiama, Columbia, by Cliainberlain'! Colic, Cliolera aud IJiar rlioea Remedy. j Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent ' physicia-, of Panama, Columbia, in a recent letter states: "Last March I Lad as a patient a youag lady six teen years age, who had a very bad attack of dysentery. Every- ' thing I prescribed for ber proved in- i etfectual and she was growing worse , every hour. Her parents were sure j she would die. She had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed. What to do at this critical j moment was a study for rue, but 1 thought of Chamberlain's. Colic.' C nolera and Diarrhoea Rmedv aid as a last resort prescribed it. The mot wonderful result was etfecteu. ' was feelinij . inuca Devter; inside , ot three cavs i - V. . .. , v r j . . t . . , . , JJ V7 ,rTsTa t fi' U Lu"ea & e - .- we.u and W. H. Sadho. impossible to forsee an. accident Not impossible to be prepared for it. Dr. Thomas' Eciectric OiL Monarch over pain. lUj s (in J f ' i . . t .it 1 1 i 1 Now srHtN In silent ;:Mm1I- dice About t! Lite i': iik-nt. Tomb. the last odskqi ii:- Gnater Honors Were Ever PaM to Auv Mau Than Were Simwii at Canton to the Jlarm.; r.ohnh',1 aaiw.j iri.M 1 .1 i.t 1. - Ldt Act lu a i;ie.u National Canton. Ohio. Sept. 20.--Xo greater reverence has ever been shown to any ' man. living or dead, than was exhib ited toward the de:td president yester day. As the funeral car passed; through the streets men and women sobtM'd convulsively, ajid at the cem etery Kates, vKre the crowd was densely packed and where the people; had remained for hours pressing against the Iron fence, two women fainted during the exercises at the vault. It was a wonderful tribute of surpassing love that was rendered iu : his native place to the memory of ; William McKinicy. and it will U- K ug : before greater or more reverent honor is paid to any man. It was exactly four minutes af'er; i o'clock when the funeral car bote , the remains of the dead president; through the gateway of his last lest-; iug place. Twenty minutes after that time tiie br.ef services at the vault ! were over, the members of the fain- il v aud dis fl guished men of the na- : tiou who ii...i c.nne so tar to do lain honor, iutd ptissi'd through the gates on their homeward way. One hour and 4' minutes after the hearse had entered the cemetery the place v;t clear and the dead president was rest ing alone under the watchful care oi the men of the regular army. A sei. try's measured tread resounded from the cement walk before the vault, an other kept vigil ou the grassy slope above, ami at the head and tit the foot of the casket stood armed men. He fore the door, which was not closed last night, was pitched the tent of t!.e guard, and tie-.-e it remained tmtil the doors were ct.ised today. Venules will '-until the vault every hour of tht day and night until the body has bee borne to lis final resting pi. i.e. The cortege from the eitureii to the cemetery v;:s an impressive one, atul its approach to the gate of beautiful: Woodlawa was witnessed by thou sands. Then with majestic solemnity, surrounded by Ids countrymen and his; townspeople, in the presence of the president of the Untied States, the cabinet, justices of the I'liited States supreme court, senators and represen tatives iu congress, the he ads of the : military and naval establishments.; the governors of states and a great ; coucot'..se of people who had known and loved him. all that is mortal of! the third president to fall by tin assas- : siu's bullet, was column te-d to thej grave. It was a speetaele of mourn- ,' fill grandeur. Canton had eeaseel to ; be' a town and swelled to the proper- , tieus of a great -iry. From every city i and hamlet iu Ohio, from the remote; cornets of the South, and from the; East and We-st. the human tid'. had 1 th'weei into the town until pio.oow j.0. : pie were within its gates. here to pay ; their last tributes to the fallen chief, j From the first carriage that stopped at the foot of the walk leading up t, , the vault. Ffesiil.-nt Ibx si'velt and ' I'oiamati.ler ("owles. of the navy. ; Alighted. W'ithout waiting for xl se ; iu the see-eiud earriaire. which ei.utain , eel Secretaries Uoot and Gage and At torney General Knox, the president walked slowly toward the vault aud teok a position on the south side of the walk, close to tne door. As Sec retary lioot came up the walk, he as sumed a similar position on the north """" , mem- j side of the walk and the other bers eif the cabinet ranged themsel selves : by the siele of the president and sec retary of war. With bareel heads the president and members of the cabinet, who were followed by the officers of the army and navy, stoexl on each side of the walk, the linens reaching just to the edge of the roadway. Within a minute after the formation of the lines the funeral ear came up to the walk. The casket was gently lifted from the hearse and borne to the doer of the vault, where it was restetl upon the ca-afahjue. It was carried by the same men of the army and navy who have carried it ever since it left Buf falo. Bishop Joyce of Minneapolis read the lur;-il service of the Metho dist church, slowly but in a voice that could be heard distinctly by all who were grouped about the vaul! As his words ended a signal was given to eight buglers of the Canton band who had taken station upon the side of the niounet above, and to the south of th vault. Instantly from tne eight burW rjnj out the notes of the soldier's last ; call. "taps. . It was beautifully done, j ahd the last notes of the buzles died t away so softly that all who heart! It ! remained listening for a few seconds ! to hoar if It was reallr ended ! When the last note had Boated away j A 0 Secretary Wilson was in tears. Sec- retary Hitchcock was also weepisg. j and the president was gazinj yrirnly j at th walk. ' - - - ., rr LM5ET5 AND OOMfQ Only the cood and reliable qualities. Goods that will give you a return for noney. How can descriptions describe warmth, soitne, weight and quality ? rntir 111 nr. Eyes must judge, touch and IF YOU'LL COME COTTON BLANKETS See th1 out1 lu I:: , tan ai d g'ey, at per j-air Also th lar?e 11-4 nai'-- ia the 01 Trt same shades a; -1 0.) au! OliOU EVERY THREAD WOOL 10- 4, extra havy niM strong-, p weil known lraak. bavt hfitd e.i ttim f r ff years, pr pair . OOiUU 11- 4. same' thiag, 1"' l Inspect our houie-'iiad Coai""oiis, 14 yds print, 4 lbs cotton, closely knotted, at $ I 73. HASEMEIER & SIEKMANN. CVv u. It. 15. Cochrane. D.D.S The Dentist You Want Is the one who is up-to-date in all branches of modern dentistry, and one who is not exorbitant in his prices. When I say I jo painless dentistry, I mean what I .'33 in the strictest sense of the wor i. Read what my patients say: Mrs, W. C ' venn:m. of Norr:: T:Si .-treer iry, "''1 CochrrtiH- t-xtrneic.i 2 ti.f.rii Ir ne ana I d:d nl Iifl it." That is the way that all talk. I will extend toy reduced prices for a mi. rt time to more thoroughly introduce my system. Note these prices: Good Set of Teeih ... SS.OO 18K Cold Crown - 4.00 22K Coid Crown - 6.00 Grid Fillings - - - SI.OO Up Silver Filling - .SO Teeth Extracted, 25o ard - .SO I will forfeit 25 fcr tr tt- J can not extract without pain. R. B. Coc hrane, D.D.S. R- ur 01am oil an t KritirttTrd lx ntlt. Roeius Jh ar:d 15, Colonial B ilding l'e sure you e el the 'ignt rooms T'ne tiunbers are on the door. Xi ) s 1 HERE is much satisfac tion in knowing that in case of a fire at home or at your place of business the insurance companies will stand the loss. If your property is not in sured, or only partially so, we would be pleased to fur nish you with ample protec tion For forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex tract of Wild Strawberry has been curing summer com plaint, dysentery, I diarrhoea, bloody aux, pam in the stomach, and it has never yet failed to do everything claimed for it. Excursion rates to Cincinnati via K. 4 M i t You can set ice cream all the year round at Prices. tell, if value be right for the AND SEE, WE KNOW YOU'LL BUY. 59c J eJil J eJH C?e3 EN NET! Theatre. MURRAY i SWISHER. Ceee and Maoitirers. HOLDEN COMEDY CO. Presenting the Famous Western Drama, i'obody's Claim ! Presented by a capable compmy. Spe cial scenery. Novel and Startling Mechanical Effects. See The Gr at S'..rm. The ..,-iU I- !! s.:,-ii-. Tljf .!-at Rittif Si-en.-. Tiie Cii'Vcr sfi'irt!Tif. Xliree INifjlits, le:iimlii: Tliursday iii$;lit, Sept. NOrK Special Matiuee Friilay, Sep tember aith-SAPHO. Prioe 10, 20 and 33c. .etu-s ;flTI);Iti j-n iit 3 i- 1 n.'Ket. ! i'" Kets l-i It- re-er 1 M:it;ni'- rriil.ey I .!: vij in-fere i o.-t'ji-k Tmiixiiv. Seits on saic at VV estcott Ptiarmacy. THEATRE. MURRAY & SWISHER, I - ?t M;iiiftir-r MONDAY, SE?. 23. Charles Frohman's Authorized version of J. M. I'.arrie's Famous Comeely buccess THE LITTLE MINISTER As seen fcr weeks in New York, Witli I-"rances Stevens a Lady ISabnie. PRICES-25, 50, 7So and S1.00. Seat! on Rale at Westcott Pharmacy- You'll Have to Hurry! WKJN Kr. MOIIT AT THE Gennett THEATRE. THE I5IG KATERN I'RODITTION. THE 40I.I,IKT KI.VI1 OF.IOI.LITV. THE BUR GQMASTER The consolidation of last season's two big companies 30 people. Knox Wilson R. T. Moyne Wm. RileV Hatch Ruth White LiKiaa Coleraaa Evelyn Gordon Rose Leslie Percy Norton George Rotnaine El'.a Smyth Maige Wallace Will Rock - - AND THE - - Famous Glrley Chorus of Voutli, Beauty and Grace. PRICES 25, 50, 7. $1.00 and 1.50. Sale of Seats at Westcott Pharaacv Monday, Sept. 23, at 7 a. m. 1 P 1 2 BTS money ST. MARY'S BLANKETS We are Iiichtuouii's txc u.ive agr-uts. Tne 11-i. 5 lb. 7lx0. St. Mar's make at RF.00 hi pair eLouia be secu white-, ie-1 and frey. Th bet'r good? hp to $7 50 have uo equal in the b unker, ruatk-t. Cim: JJLAXK ETS, A FULL LINK. ( OM TOUTS, 81.00 TO 8.1.00. "Lucky Curve" Fountain Pen . . . Thev Always f:i -n; ia r 1 vv rue --igni k czJ 1 i y a i ar ker Lucky- Curve when you call ji? ftr tftif !rnorv School f J Uiwood So ris&Co. V Phone 70S. 720 Main St. ED. F. DALBEY, t! N lOUTII s.T. rliOlU ovt-ok-im oi:;woi:k A SI'Kt lAU V . . . LANDSCAPES ANIMALS GliOUPS l-K NKH l'AItTIEH OATH E RING'. Comniercial orders promptly filled in any line or any quantity. NO JOB TOO BIG NO JOB TOO SMALL And we bare HUT ONE QUALITY And that is TIIE BEST. Prices always low as con sistent with good reliable work .... Publishers of Illustrated Souvenirs of Richmond ::; Portland fair, Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2, 3 and 4, l&oi. grepher 1