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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901.
Richmond Palladium FRIDAY, SEPT 20. 1901. Indiana and Olilo Weather Washisotoy, D. C, Sept. 2) Cloudy tonight; rain" ia east and north. Saturday cloudy. Indiana Generally fair tooigit and Saturday; warmer Saturday." BRIEF MENTION. Dirk glasses for the sun. Haner's. Sjeetacles correctly fitted at II tuer's. Aur !st is C. Scott took ia the Katoi fair today. Albert E. Brown who has been very id is reported better. Remember, Dickinson Trust Co. wants to write your insurance. Get a pair of eorrctly fitted spec tacles at Haner's. 810 Main street. Dickinson Trust Co. has a weli equipped insurance department. Mrs. E. A. Zimmerman has re in ved her viavi office to 42 north virtiih street. 13 frAm-lmo The track of the interurban troliei line is now laid to within two miie of Centervillo. M;'s Famie Sj'-inail?r his beaa declared icsane and was taken to Eisthaven today. Miss Anra Bradbury will do tutor ing in th aisrb school branches a her home, 30-i north fourteenth street;. septlSdiSs Dickin-on Trust Co. solicits ba.-i r.es on all kinds of insurance. Ti?r.j is reat interest rnan.ieste t i ta-j c ip touraauiiat at the Coun- I try CiU-j tomorrow afterujon, b-.-innin at 2 o'clock. The Ft. Wavne lode K. G. E c-x'.-'D led a vote of tnanks to tlt I idsru here and to the mayor for hi uJilress.and to the citizens in general John F. Robbing was detained at liushville. yesterday on professional business and hence was unable to de i ver one of the memorial addresses ia this city. The Entre Nous club will probably aJupt Carp Lake, Mich., as a place f-ir an annual outing, to be visited by them in a body annually for a :veek or more. Prof. J. E. Louh, formerly of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, N iraial, is no located in New York City and wili .-oon assume his duties as professo. of psychology iu the' university of that city. Piano for Rent Lady going to Kansas City wishes to leave her piano with a reliable party at a low rental with privilege of purchasing if desired. Address Mrs. G.C., care of Pali.adu m. 17-3t The carpenters uaion Ins been or jjanized with thirty-live charter members. The charter has beeu sent for and will be here ia about a week, when they will meet and com plete the organization. Due no tice of this meeting will be given iu the papers, The Knights of Columbus of this city, the lodge numbering some seventy members, will go to Ander ton Sunday, to assist in the insti tuting of a new lodge of the order. The work will occupy Sunday after noon and evening. James aud Mar3r McKinley, grand parents of the late President, lie buried in a secluded corner of the city cemetery of South Bend. They came to Indiana from Ohio sixty years ago and both died on the same chiy, on the 43rd anniversary of their marriage. Win. McKinley was three years of age at the time of their doath. A haulsoniel,' printed sravenir program of the Odd Fellows meetiio at Iadianapolis tin-is its way to thi office in the mail to.i , with its pvis iilmuiudi 07 o r traits ia hi!; tone of C. C. B iukiey. T R. Jessr.p. anTsi Vn o'hiv officials of the jjraad lolj?. Ta? bwi is a com p ete gaide to taa cay of Inaianap olis. Careful attention to all kinds of insurance, Dickinson Trust Co. At the meeting of the grocers Wednesday evening an organization was effected atd the following oS oers were elected: J. F. McCarthy president. M. D. Poulter vice-president, C. B. Hunt secretary, G. B Martin treasurer. They meet again nest Thursday evening. It is intend ed to enlarge the association to take ia other lines of business, aud a con stitution will be adopted at this meeting. Wm. C. Lough jr., has just re- turned to Boston after a brief trip to ! Europe. His time abroad was most-1 lv spent in London, Liverpool and other cities of England. He wat in the lice of his work in journalism ; which will be continued so far as j practicable with the Boston Traa- script, with which he has an ea- j gagement, and other eastern papers ; in connection with 3 post-graduate j course at Harvard during the cox- j icg year. i Fred Burtch was in the city last ' tiiht. lie is now cement inspector for Robert W. Hunt of Chicgo.New York and Pittsburg, a firm of civil engineers. When Fred left here he was a boy of about ten years. Now he is a married man with a baby. Wood Burtch is in the insurance business ia Kansas City: Cal is in j the grocery business in Chicago: ; The committee apjxiinted to take ac Charley is cement tester for the llli- j tioc consists of Drs. J. C. Rodgers, nois Steel company. The father, j Anderson; E. H. Pritchard. Indi- 1 i. died in Chicago s-i years ago. Mrs. Burtch is still living. Miss Wilcox went to Ciccinnati tc ! djy. j IF T. Head went to Coanersville r today. , S e the new stvljs ia fa'l hats at I Fletcher's. Prof. Dundy went to Indianapolis ! th;s morning. Mrs. James F. Shepherd went j Cincinnati this morning. Telephone D'.ckinsoa Trust Co. to to j attend to your insurance. Mr. Lewis of Bardstown, Ky., is ; the guest of Judge Comstock. i Mrs Hugh Wiggins went to Cin- , cianati today via tne C, R. M. j Tram So. VZ on the C, R. M j was forty minutes late this moroing. j I Mrs. Annie E. Weist went to De-' j troit this morning for a week's visit. ; ! The meetings at the North Eud j Mission will be abandoned until fur- ther notice. j j El Erk and family removed from ; this cXy to Columbia today, their; future home. It is talked that Chalk Taylor will j occupy the Vaughan stable when it j is completed. j Hassenbuseh, 505 Main street, for the finest line of base burners and j steel ranges. sepfjodot Miss Collins of Boston is the; guest of her brother, Prof. Collins, of Earlh im college. Frank R iy Chamness and India ' Maud Hiatt of Bethel were granted a marriage license today. Mrs. J. A. Rjby and family left; this morning for Indianapolis, which plarv will be her future home. , Dr Graham and wife, who were i t j the reunion of the 100th Indiana at Portland, returned this morniag. Fall h its are ripe and ready fori the picking, never were they pret- j tier. Fletcher, the hatter, has them. ; Come to think about it you need a ' nesv fall hat. Finest and most up ! to-date line in the city at Fletcher's, j the hatter. j J. T. Elliott, who is on the road for I the Richmond Roller mills, is just : back frm a southern trip. Business i in his line is excellent through the' south. ! Lot of second hand heating stoves j cheap, 41ti Main street. sep20dUt I John Lemmous. alias "Montana) Charley," swooped into town yester- j day with a cowboy outfit He j wanted a liceuse to sell a book, but ; was refused and summarily firei. j Herbert Green, the transfer man, i has bought the two coaches which j were saved from the Louran fire. This ) was all Mr. Logan had left and the : sale takes him completely out of the j business. j Miss Hattie Nardin, who was j adopted as a member of the 84th reg mnt, at their reunion last year, i ittended the reunion yesterday at I Winchester, and rttarned home this ) morning. j The ladies of the Penny Club wili j have a call meeting this evening at j the home of Mrs. Kate Ayler s, 205 j Main street, to make arrangements ; for their annual picnic at Mrs. Essie i Burger 's, next Tuesday. J Lilly Davis, who lives on north I j street, was accused of provoking j Eflie Donley, a neighbor. She had j disobeyed the call of the mayor to j come to court, and was fined $10 and j costs for provoke and contempt of j court. j The Eatre Nous base ball club! will run an excursion to Muneie Sun ! day, September 22d, where they plav ; the Rustics. Train leaves C, R. & ; M. station, north third street, 10:33 i a. m. Fare tor round trip will oe , one dollar. j At the Panhandle offices in ihe top story of the old depot they ar getting ready to move, and exje;t, to start Monday. It will take them; i week to get moved. The plans for ; the new depot are not yet here, but i are expected almost any day. i The annua! reunion of the Sit j Indiana was held at Winchester yes- t rday. The regiment was organ- j iz 'd in this city in 1362 and was cem- j minded during its existence bv j Colore's Trusier, Orr, Neff, MilLr and Carter. It was in the battles of j Chiekamauga, at Resaca, Atlanta j and cumbrous other battles of note, i At the city engineer's office a plat is bing prepared for submission to j the electric light committee, showing j the location of the present electric ! lights on the streets of Richmond. This is taken to mean that the piac- j ing of the poles for the new lights is ; to start at once. There are 265 of ; the old lights and there will probably ; that number of new ones, if not ' more. Ollie Elliott, an old Richmond bov. now living at Beilevue. Ky,, was In the Panhandle wreck between Wina- j mac and Logansport Sunday morn- j ing and had a narrow escape. His j express car was turned clear over in I the ditch. He guarded its contents f until S o'clock the next rtisrht, before j being relieved. Had his ear been : fall of freight as usual he would har J been killed. He was badly bruised j as it was. i At Indianapolis vesterdav a meet- ! injj of the State Veterinarian associ- S atioa was held at which it was ds-' cidei to employ counsel and prose-1 cute all who violate the veterinary law by practicing- illegally. It was j claimed that out of 435?raduates who ! have rezistered in the state not over fifty ar iegraliy qualified to practice. a ti a polls : O. L. Bjor, Muacie; G. H. Roberts. Indianapolis; L. C. Hoover, Richmond, Born to Fred and Edith Markley Lahrman. a daughter, second child. Mrs. Mary B. Shane of P.ttsburg is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ficlev Newiia, U ilson & Pobimeyer have -j rc- the advantage in personal in- ceived two new Gee white and uac tercourse and whk.h-meaifs too oftt,n f anerai cars. . . ; dissimulation, but it was the crea- Mr. Chilson and wife went to ; tureof a kind, frank and manly nature Connersville this morning to visit j He possessed the art of doipg Ola Hempleman and wife for a few j kindness without humiliating the days. i benetieiary. When he dispensed fa- There was no circuit court today, j vors, it i?ave him pleasure; when and wili be none tomorrow. There I compelled to deny them, it was with is no judge here. The cases set fori regret. It was said of a great Eng trial at present will begin on Oct ; lish cardinal that he was "'lofty and 21. before JuigeSmith. Judge Fox j sour to those that loved him not, but is expected back next week and wil! j to the friends that sought him, sweet probably arrange a docket ahead of j as summer." So far as known, Wm. that. j McKinley was without personal ene- Sousa's grand band passed through ! mes but to those with this morning east bound. In the whfm . he L sustained oSi party was Jan Williams whose sue- j cial relations, he was the soul o! cess ought to encourage other voung I courtesy, and with his intimate rJ;ii.r,c tmrant trt u-nrL- Thmi i friends he had the charm and gentie- but 17 years of age he plavs "the first clarinet next to the soio performers Thv sail on the St. Louis for Europe on the 2)th, and open their EuropeaL tour at London. Salted almonds and peanuts at Prices. Hot chocolate with wafers at Prices. eryeu On account holiday our .store will be closed -Holiday, September 2M. 3IE'EK BROS. Get a box of those elegant choco lates at Prices. Schneider's Own make of vehicles at reduced prices for 30 days, 47 north eighth street. 23d-wtf Fresh oysters served stewed, fried or raw. at Prices, WITHOUT I'AKALLKIi The Telegraph Systems or I be Naiion I'aitl Jiuase to McKinley. Clka;o, Sept. "JO. One feaure ab solutely unique iu history character ized the McKinley obsequies. It w:is the silencing of the telegraph. Never before since electricity was tirst put to use as a means of communication from city to city aud from country to country has there taken place, it is said, anything parallelint; even in a small way, what was done yesterday afteriioou on a scale that was infant ie. Upon orders from the officials of tin- j ness, but enured to toil and from youth different telegraph companies or upon j as a student, lawyer and sta" esman the common impulse of the operators j knew and earned the reward of hon where instructions were not receive,! Jest 'labor. Our times present no the entire svsu m of the I i.ited states ! I incentive to aspiring youth to was suddenly hushed for live minuses, at 2:oVi p. m., the hour set for lowering the president's body into the grave at Canton. At that moment on all the huge network of wires, from the At- lautie to the racnie. not a "sounder . . in the land ;ave a single tick, and tiie' great oeeau cables were pulseless a t : i .1..... ........ ... ...... miust-ii. .uiiif iii.tii iiii. ti iui n. . i s- terday thousands of miles ot railway ! -lQg and maintenance of the republic, aud vast armies of men, industrial or j only hereaD(j there is one often men military, have paused as a tribute to tionod by the great body of our citi the dead, but the cessation of the tele- Uens. the names of Washington graph for such a cause or indeed for j an(i Lincoln, men most diverse, save any reason, is without precedent in ; jn their common love of country, are the world's record. It is estimated ; moix often on our lips, and yet. o! that fully Ioo.ikni telegraph operators these,the birthday cf one only is gen thus simultaneously paid homage to erallyobserv d. while tnat of the other the memory of McKinley. The total js not of common knowledge. Whether number of miles of wire affected was theD, we can say of him in whose upward of VJ.'o.ixiii. In the Western honor we have met, that his memor Union Chicago office, the hundreds of for centuries shall be gratefully operators ail arose at their desks when cherished may be doubted. But ot the moment came, and, joining their this we are assured, that the lesson voices, sang with deep feeling the president's hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee." Morbiif riay F.nds raiany. Winchester. I ml.. Sent. ISl.-flmpr PIee need 10 rears, wan f.itllv shot last evening while posing as President action, would ill become even in this McKinley at Buffalo for Emil Miller. ' "?f. of greatest provocation, a law a boy of the same age, who was acting abiding people. A good citizen must the part of the assassin. The weapon stad for. ?w .as 0PPsl to an used was a Flobert ride and the ball aFc,hy. bich w the handmaid of passed almost child's stomach. through the Teelee lie will die. Demand His Kestsnation. Guthrie, C. T., Sept. 20. Citizens of' Norman. Okla., are demanding the resignation of Police Judge A. Over street, because Le is reported to have said that it was a shame to arrest Emma 4oldman find that it would have been better for the poor people if McKinley had been killed long ago. Have Nothtnjj to Say. St. Louis. Sept. 20.-The Big Boston department store, conducted by the Ro senthal & Lehman dry goods company, has made a general assignment in fa vor of its creditors. Its liabilities to 3S5 creditors are given as $212,000. Members of the firm have nothing to say as to the cause of the failure. UiLe Steamer Iteported Loet. Buffalo. Sert. O.-So far as can be SOidler' aQ approved and devoted learned here, the propeller Hudson, of Pt"ot, but whi.e it o5ers its tribute the Western Transit line, reported lost to.-.hl? P"jbu9 and Pvate worta, .it in Lak Superior, was manned by a '..-o, so far as poor human sym- crew of 24 men. Xo official record of ! flhy may, assuage tne. xnet. pi tbe names of the crew is kept In tne j Sf01" . scarcely vet, with her dimmed eye?, Bu!ialo office of tne company. j . , J , , . , e y 3 seethe depths of her sorrow; nor ot a Large ciaas. J e best wishes of this generous Simkins-Eiikias junior strikes me as ; people be withheld from the pallant beinc a verv promising young man. and chivalrous and capable p-entle-Timkins Ves; more promising tha.n ! man wo has had thrust upon him, paving. Chicago Xcws. under conditions so appalling, the IN MEMORIAL o ,1'natd Fr maey ria rot eot.it of tbat mre t ilYttiiit .-.f . . .... u : t. j esof woaQan- 'o mao whose life i " U1 s"f:w "e j Wlh a better fame. Literally th ed the nation mourns. In the presence o- a crime so inhuman that it appalled the world, he htkd no chiding for th wieteh who sha'l be nameless here: he oi ly said more in sorrow than ii. anger, "Too bad, too bad," and ex pressed the vih that he be treated fairly. We should be thankful, as . he doubtsess was, tha' his last coherent words wen breathed out in the hearing of her tc whom in young manhood he ban plighted faith, and over whom he kept watch and ward with the solic itude a fond mother gives her child As to what constitutes true great ness men will always differ; but th world as history tells us has har little trouble in disticguishing the good and bad characters conspicuou in pagan and Christian times, nor can we fail to note the approval given ti the brave, honest and gentle life ant the qualified praise accorded to mere ability marred by great crime o petty vice. He was distinctly an American iu his thought, his theories and his pur poses. He believed always in the triumph of Republican form of gov ernment because he had confidence in the intelligence and integrity of the people. He belonged neither t. the poor nor to the rich; he lived along the happy border line twix poverty and wealth. He never feh the sting of one nor the enervating effect of the other. While natun had endowed him with an equable and just micd, his equipoise na' have been partly due to the fact that hi3 earh' life was not embittered by want. He was not reared to idie- "those inspiring toils by which men conquer men" than his unceasing in dustry and its results. In this busy republic events follow one another with incredible rapidity The idol of today is overthrown to- i morrow: new issues and new m , ' ,, ; i LtrirMs cum oss oui abicuiiuu auu ! lnctlnnr famo nan hfl rr,Hirt.AH rf vrv Of many historic men confes eillv crpa.t. identified withthf found of his.'ife smust bi far reaching and beneficient in its scope. To his career toiling youth will look for encouragement and integrity andT moral worth will see in his success the promise of re- ward. Intemperance, in speech or ioience. progress, mieiieciuai, social or moral is not made by the bludgeon or knife, but rather by those legal means and iotluemes w-hich go hand in hand with the best mannestations or enngntenea eivm zation. The enforcement of the law, however inadiquate to satisfy tne de mand of outraged justice remains our best reliance. There should be no persecution, no wreaking of ven- ireanee for vengeance sake, but the law, which at last is the best securi ty of the citizen, promptly and fairly carried out. Ine weak", ma.igsant who has plunged the nation in misery shou d be speeci y tried his ar raignment, tria!, convtion and ex ecution, which is inevitable, an nounced without the parade and published recital of detaus. so fiatt. r icg to the vanity cf the crim:i.ai classes. The nation is not fclone mourning for a jrood man. a brave 'gravest resioisibilities of rfScial , life. In the nature of things, his 'conduct of public affairs will be : closely o served, but not in a spirit ; of crit cism; it will be borne in mind i that he did Dot create the conditions that s-urroaiid him and that bis giief is genuine and pro found. In the discbarge of f hi grea o lice he will be upheld by the hearty good will of his country -i men. In conclusion it is just to sav that ; when, at last, our little uneventful j lives are rim, if we may regard with pity. uoi,iuted bv ruaiive, those, if J any such there be, who have wronged us oeyocu atonement, ana can se renely accept the cruel fate that tears us from all we prize and love, then we will have attained that lofty plane from which the true spirit of our latest, and, as we hope, our last All Ready For School! Strong Suits For Boys Every lady who has a boy should come and see our clothingr. 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May I, with out cant, add as a last word, the cios'ug lines of a recent editorial by a grat Southern journalist.' "God have uit rcy upon us this day as a nation and as a people. It is too dreadful to contemplate. May it make u i-etUir men and women now aidfouv.T. Amen." A. J. Coitmgbaui went to Wash ington county, Ark., to ee his. sis ter and while there was taken with flux (dysentery) and was very bad off. He decided to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy aud was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it effected that he wrote the manufacturers a letter in praise of their medicine, Mr. Cot tingham resides at LoekIar,d, Ark. This reined j- is for sale bv A. U. Luken vfc Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, druggists. KLUTE THE NEWEST WEAVE. - . . . C A 7 f ffl T C 1 f J VIl i Lmmm j Steel Plate PariCCT - - .WW. - Q Excel All Others, Are More Durable! BEiiE Bake Better THEY Use Less FueL Every Range Warranted Perfects SOLD AT THE Stove Store. s