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TITE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, out.
10 M'KINLEYSHOT. President Falls a Victim to Fiendish Design of an Anarchist. ASSAILANT CAPTURED. Murderer Approached President as if to Shake Hands and Fired Twice One Bullet Struck Breast Bone and Glanced The Second Pen etrated Both Walls of the Stomach Would be Assassin isaPolander Says He Has Done His Duty His Name is Leon Czolgosz Mrs. I vent anarchist outrages, references to pre vious nttempt nnii Iho urgent need nf tho r-bout four Inches Mow the left nipple, cm-try." four Inr.heH to tho left of the navel and .,.,-.. . . lotis nttempt nnd llie urgent nbnut on n level with It. Upcn arriving nt ' ml "" 'a,v. " nildltlon nf grontcr police precaution than tho exposition hospllnl, thn second bullet , ' I ever In republics, wiiund wns probed. Tlio nnlls of the nb- Puffnln, Bept. fi.-The i ou'd he nssnssln Thn Dally Telegraph sa!,s:--(totneti were opened, hut the hnll was not Is n Pole mimed Leon Crtlr.gooj!, IS yenrs "It If with the pnifnunrir.it regret that loent..l. Thn Incision wns closed nn.d nf- old.who stnnds five feet nine Inchcs.welghs thn world learns to-dnv that nnnther din tcr a hasty consultation It wns decided lo im pounds, has dark brown hair, hltio tlngtilshod natne Is ndded to the shameful j removo the pntlcnt to the heme nf l're.sl- eyes, smooth fnco, regular features with Iv long list of riders who have fallen e. i dent Mllburn. Thlr. wns done. Arrived nt prominent nofe. Ho ppenks very good tlms to the Insensate wickedness of the the Mllliiirn residence nil persons outsldo Knpllsh, has 'Inlmed to have como from nsnssln. The most unfeigned nml licntt- the medical ntlendnnts nnd nurses and tho Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit, hut hns told fejt sympathy will go forlh from evety oltlelnls Immediately cf hcerned were ex- so many storlwi that his home Is still a family In Christendom to Mrs. MeKlnley In eluded nnd tho tnsk of probing for tho but- matter of conjecture. It Is not yet known this hour of deepest sorrow nnd trial, i l(t which hal lodged In the nbdomen wns whether he was born In this country or Americans will acquit us of all susplilnn begun bv Dr. llnswell Parke. not, Tin district attorney ts now closeted of Insincerity whon we claim that th" blow When the news of tho erlmo wns tele- with him. All llie prllce reserves have will be felt with almost rqunl severity in phoned to tho home of President Mllburn, been called Into the central oMlee to guard (ireat llrltnln as In tho I'nlt.rl States, where Mrs. MeKlnley wns resting, step iirulnst possible trouble ana ine ponce were taken to spate her the shock of a headquarters are roped eft for a block premnturo statement of the occurence be- tllilnnt In each direction, fore the true condition of the President i THE NEWS IN WASHINGTON, should be ascertained. Ouiirils were sin. tinned nnd no one wns permitted to np pioach the house. 1 When It wns decided to remove the rres- feopie inclined to uouoi me nwiui Ident from the exposition tiospltnl to tho Mllburn residence, the news wns brnken to Mrs. Mc.Klnlny ns gently ns might be. 8!;o bnrc the shock remarkably well nnd ills played th( titmcst foitllurto. rillSONBIt NHA1U.Y LYNCHKP. SIX MEN ARRESTED, Chnrsrod With Bolnpr Implicated In Plot to Kill MeKlnley. Chicago, Sept. 6. Fix men were placed under nrrest In this city to-night on tho charge of being Implicated In th plot to nssnsslnntu President MeKlnley. Tho men Message nt FIrst-But Fow Ser vants tit tho White Houso Washington, Sept. 5. The news of tho ' were all found In one house nt the corner shooting of President MeKlnley this nf- nf St. John's Plnce and Znirnm iivtnuc, on ternonn nt Huffalo, caused a tremi ndous the west side. The wmrants were nindn scnsitlon In this city. So frequent have on Information from the police otllclnls In M. . . . . . . . . . , i I'CVII I lllllilin "I IIII.1 .-.UUi I'iivii I'm. Hii'fo, UlllllUII. W 111! Hll 111 Ulill llll 111. II IY1 1 l' III- m- t,n . 7, ,L !..nS Lr.Z:i ' rrcnl fnr slorU ShM purposes bcrs of n society to which tho assailant H" "l,1..".?".!,.,?, that the general disposition at first was of the President belonged, nnd that lhe to withhold full acceptance oi ine story had knowledge of the plot. of the news, but when It wns cnnllrmcd n Tho police have not yet given out th' I I I glous cutting to pieces of tlio greencs! VS. W. CATHWninHT'S J3 STAT 13. bzroadenst by tho newspapers. Hullctlns began to nppcnr on tho honrds along news paper row nnd when tho announcement V' " .,.i nr..rn,wi r. '; i ...i.. t. ,( , ... . . 1... t. Vt'll I1H 1--W KIUUIII tl f ' I Ml lilt, n III lilt: 1 1 If II Li I m'll i II HI t UillU'l.) was made that t he pr soner Imd , ;een tak- nw pn(, or ho cUy for McKlllloy ono of 10 mPn ,s knw to Al)rnhnm X;,' n,.V i' V,n..nr;;ir., fh Personality had endeared him to the ,lt - iekk. president of an orKnnlzatlo on w dch WAsnirtoTO, Sept. P. In this ills course Dr. Tnlinnue shows the folly of al lowing forcbodlnRS to Influence us nnd how expectation of evil weakens nnd de stroys; text, Mnlthew vl, 31, "Sullicient unto the tiny if the evil thereof." Tho life of every man, woman nnd child Is ns closely under tho divine care ns tliouRh such person were the only mart, woman or child, There nre no accidents. As there is a law of storms in the nnturnl world, so there Is n law of trouble, a law of disaster, a law of misfortune; but the majority of the troubles of life nte im- thlncs they can lay their hands on, Thei BTATK OF V J5IIMONT The Honorable Imagine they nre .loins Ood's service LUrt fr l" lJl8lriC, 1 hU" when they are koIiik nboilt horrnwiiif To tlm heirs and nil persons mierestea trouble, nnd borrowliiK It nt 30 per cent. . :tHte of h. w. c.ithtubt Int-s o whicli Is lways n sine precursor of hank 1 ('rlltiKioti. dceon-.d. n,u.I,TIV,1. ruptey. Wlureas, application tin'' been Atinln, the habit of borrowing trnuhlc' made to this court In writ g, by Is wrong hecnuse thn present h snffl $ ,h7; ''" ",., ,'C rlenlly taxed with trlnl. fiod sees thai Hnntnn, ViTtunin df -.cti .ri we all need a certain amount of trouble l'K for II. mi- of 'I r"y and so he apportions It for all the dn.va JMBt' of,h",aI,,w ' . , V' nnd years of our hie. Alas for the pol- pa.vmentH of i,ts ai, : 1 i;es .r. i ley of gathering It nil up for on day nt Isii.ition. S'tMi.i; f- rth t .-nln it.c r t year! Cruel thing to put up-.n the hack ' "in,.V, . . .lie.,,,. , r I ' Sl'jlltl ' I ' ' or one camel an tne largo intended rm mi-i'..i t. the entire enrnvnn. I never look at my ten I eite. niemornndnm book to see whnt engage- nnd hi" i.' n" the u' 1 rnents nnd duties nte far nlieml, L.-t ev- m tii. Pi.ii.,it. " i ery week bear its own hurdns. Thr wild 1) strict, to in i- i hhnilows of today are thick enough. Whj " iV. m!'." i ' .",.0"uiirr.,'f '' Imploro the presence of other shadows sons 'l licsterl thr '.in , The cup Is already distaHeful. Wh oiiir i..getherwM halloo to disasteis far dit.-int to conn I"; ', ' ,, "Vv , , i I MP II'. I' ,rt arpi n erl f Sc j Uoon ill i i . i i I distant from the '"Pter section, tho 7rns of Wni,n,nRton npnn from the olll- bears tho name of the free soclrty. lie was aginary, nnd the most of those antlclpat eater " for TellnW oPthe prisoner At clnl clnR! ln " lpRrcc that rarcl' h',! hcC" f,irmprl- l1tr ot 11 Wr of nnanhls'ie vA em. comp. At nny rnte, there Is no 5 IV' ru fore, r ...1 ... 1 . 11 I'..... uiiii iiiiK mil uiurt k.iii in ine oilier. p,.. ness: aio we sucn enatnpions that, hav- i "k lug won the belt in former encounters "'j't'jfp' we can go forth to challenge all the fu The- lure! p-ar Here are business men jut nhle tc f',1',', manage affairs ns they now nre. They sinn-.i can iny thifir rent and meet their note! ''V.'"' nnd uniting)! nffniis ns they now are, bul r;. ).l ' how if n lipnic sliould come nnd my In- 1'sil M vestments Aould fail? (io tomorrow and l11 v:t wilte on your dayhook or on your ledger. ICSTATT' OF Ii' "a v on your money nifi-, "Suflieient unto tlm " t r-... uay is tne evil tneteof. Do not worry W. . the s ihs liersons It-1 r . I. I'll iu i ill- .i i - '. llSMtgtl. -I ' J ' . 1 1 u .) I - h- ' re snld - - IgnerJ, f r i j niako "ur .K of 'l'li . i 'inder mv ) Rooms, th.- .i Alt' J.I.I. ' s 'ii pr. f j I IN- r - ,p)i 3CO pr ,h stroiiK cordon of police which was drawn of tl r i.in.v wn., nnpreclatrd up across tho Pa vemen t and den e,. ad- wn, m the pe, iib-'i,,,.,,! ,wiii,. rrflln niiiTnln is to the off, ct how much he has donetoniake you happy, not respond that the plea to kill the President wns or- t his sunshine Oiling the earth with glory, rs, ' avD-.g beei nr- the It-' to ura1 i- ..',,, I,.., nniAlr,le i.ntlinrkn.1 In w' ' MUIIIU-U illlU lin-. v-wi.-. .." l lr p ea ln Km lmj l-reSUH'Ot WHS III - S ,1." .brtaS t " fully comprehend the extent ,,..-,.,, mI1M thc memhvn of llu. frtc , i 1 or the pront disaster that bad fallen upon i-ii nan ,. ..,, ,, ,i.. u trnm tens to hundreds nnd these in " ?1 turn qnbkly turned Into .thousands until "".K" ine nir'-i iiuiKIII, liuirr . -n" n fill at this juncture imu some one raiseii uio Imlletln boards. The telephone Bye cry of "Lynch him Like a flash the c-iy o ,hc cU WJ1S ,,,,rnlyz,.,, for was taken up and the whole crowd re- ,)mo ,, sn mnnv wcro thecnllers on tho echoed the cry "lynch htm Closer the nnd unon the olllelals who -t was completely blocked with a d crowas cf ppriplp ,,PRan to KrUhor from mass of eager humanity It was al) ftli,rtpr3 of tnc ,.lty roiind the news- the Accident. making rainbow for thc storm nnd halo for the mountain, greenness for the mos1", tnffron for the cloud and crystal for the billow nnd procession o bannered flame through thc opening gates of the morn ing, chaffinches to sing, rivers to glitter, seas to chnnt and springs to blossom, and overtiowering nil other sounds with lis early hour Friday mornliiir ,.,,,. nn.i overarching all other spli-ndm lo began to ir.itlur In the ... , ...i,,.,,,,!, mverinir on nil other '.'.'A'!:" '"..'.'ii''11; benutv with Its garlands and outllashing ClltUHI 111 IIHJ ir.IUIIIlltl H't'- HUM lUII'll'lUl - ... . ( . I ia A riMi1v1 rrPO. ear. - ... .... . . .... oil llir-nnna Willi it ft ll Atll 1 tl intl (1 11 1 VPT- nnd a souud of reserves emerged and nil- ", " Vu ,,,i " 'ne c a .umiukuiu-.i shim, md.- " ...i.i .1 i,' ,1... r!,.,,. vanelmr with solid front drove the crowd ' .. ' ' V " " . .m. ' President Roosevelt. Tho rteeptl.m com- . " i - " i7 ii ,,mu nr,,tc it,,, eirent Tiirt """""i". . ni)""))D - tncnce(l ut iu o'clock nnd continued tunny licueemer. """ : The executive mansion was reacne.i aooui hollr. Thc rPcc.vitllJ ,mr,y as con rn . tn t e "tMlon H - thlVtlme 1:25 nt th?1 Umo . '""I" . ot Vlce-Presblent Theodore Poo tho entrance to tne station. u, una time un1. ,n tntni itrnr,rnnrc of the trncndv n , t- L. i. f t r 1 ' ml , society and that the Ruffnlo prisoner was chosen by lot to commit the crime RECEPTION TO ROOSEVELT, Fully 3000 People Pay Hespocts to Distinguished Visitor. M nf kjt tr 1 r r 1 TI7U T U crowd surgM as new arrivals swell. d , supposed to have knowledge nt thVoncs of ne.mlo Zgan to imI McKinley Bore up Bravely When Told of w ;It c V , f, shooUnff u, orc,""to,s Vl'V"FH r,fT I.I 10 I Ml" M'- ."it'i ' -i. t Mil .lid I i I" - id h I II.-! i i Indrs . i -e v. ' ' r "Ii ' v g vo .1 t.es f .f J t ln ,ii l 1 1 i ise neare-c tne uoors uoj irom me ., Intn hour io.nli.-ht tho 'nnrnnl nl """ '"'"- pllrty tonslsteil of fiener.il Theo-lor.- . In fear f a stamp.de. while bun- ' "d "J Vopts In fpw lo receive the news th- mos pron.ln- t.l,lrmnn, Major r'li.itles L. W.o.l- of othei- from tho . ntlde struggled ',o11' p wr',,' f1"1 patrolling th- r.ct. In t pc.r!)nnaKP thf,rp ut-Ing thn telegraph ,rv .. roinellus M Urownell Capt. forwa.,1 in the effort to poneti.ite 1(1 Imme.llate nelghborhoo,! In squads of porntop Ass)stnnt Secretary Prn.lcn. wo fn iVoutTla-ut b there were probably SO W people assM,,- rll,pf had Jurt playPn a . -( -ron' V' " Buffalo. Sept. C-Prosldcnt MeKlnley was, The crowd eurgwl forward regardless of "l1 the vicinity of Pearl. Seneca, htlo , . policeman pacd up and ,,. . !h0 con mitten npnolnted to present hot and seriously wounded by a would-tm .,,, qcnces. Men shoutcl and fo.,Kht. and the Trrnce. The crowd was so (,own u'nt,cl. th portlco nR HUaI 1)1U Ws ' -omm' i ,K .tr- asln while holding a public reception omell Pcreampd ,,,, rhllren cried. Some f";nlfV' " PrlZZZXlZ ?Z ntonnco Intimated that he was totally Vt it. snian and the other members of the in ine lempie oi .nusic ;n uio ran-iiinci - 0i inose nearest in,, uoors uoj rrom tne , , .1 1 n 1 te-in th Ignorant 01 xne niinir. iiishu- mire wer- .,.lrty .onslsteil of fiener.il Theo-lor. iv;,iii i iu iijiiiuit-a unci -l u uula Him n-.- eoiii.e in icar ni a siamii.iie, wnue nun- 1 , . . , iew 10 receive lid- nt-i. in.- 111U.-.1. ii.'iiuii- tcnioon, One shot look elTect in the riglu ilreds breast the other ln tho abdomen. blliullv tho itrst lb not or u svrious imiure aim mo crowded building and solve the mys- has been In charge or :ne w into liinse, ,m v -)rut renwb-k O Tnggnrt First the bullet has been extra, ted The latter tery of exclt' in'-nt. , PIHSON'KR'R STORY. having left his office for the day as hail hU rie,-(.;inl y k. Willanl,' Scrgennt'. lames (jiniiuu uio 1LUUUIU1IIU4 nun uiiii iiu.-i inn insine 111 ine igm v raisei tints was , ,, , niiioriunaies. 1110 n-ii'sniini "ineinn, iu 0 Ileckwith Si rci .mt Tliom.. lJ Hurler , .-.I .. . ' .. . Ti-cl.lc. tlw. vlnllnn l.i.llfce WPI'e :iSCmbled . .... .1 ,1 ,l. fni.i...i VJ i"l)."l.ll. .)m.lll . ll. JHli.i, ) Dl V1-CII 1UU111CU. At 10.40 p. ni., tho Hied by the attending only Indication of the President's wounds:- 1110 i-rehioBni. is rallying .iiiM.iciuruy 1 .'. im.. n -.u ... ...-. ........... rommuniention witn mm ana wnue ii' nas m,,niv manner In which thev .,1 U ....11.. , ....i.i. pi..t-.. I . tenil.neo enn 1! Im nlnreil on what he vaid. t..., ..-.. i. i... , ,. 1, 1 ffin '"' iiiiinini ill " nil ll lli.J ..... iuiiiiuiwiii.1. i . ... , nut ol tne mi ll llnile wtiien Witnessed or ' . . , raiumi inum ui uu- iiuiii- m m. . n.r those who were n nttendnnr enarieu wiiiiin um.-e lew momenis a ir- g- - - - w an omen .u ino unoi nun uu- iuhhhii ,ihi Si riiennt ( I .Hti-ildinir following imlletln Is- ,.,y P0 ,1,-nmntle In . l.ar.n ter that few who I'islrlct Attorn. y Penny, Superintendent of ,.0()rP,, servant, "t.'nclo Jerry." were tho ,-..,.?, pLt , ' fL,. ,,h L, ., ,.,, physl lans wns the looked on will e,r be able to give a sic- I'ohVe Hull, Capt. Reagan of the lint p-.-- only p,.,,,,,,,, .lhout the manrlon. lhB . .ii,,,,.,.. ,vi,trh is clinrii. iers. the ultimate effect ot ilnrt necount ..f what lenllv did transpire, n-1 otner oiiicinis. ine, i Tho force at the Wblto Homo sine- tho ,, r i,m, n.i ,i i,ii,i.. - ti,,, iirve u , ,mi.m :'U0"V.?.5 ,r."V ,T ,t,:. mill rr,M,Uny departure has been In constant , onlni8nlca for the gra-ef ..1 and genlle. pn si'iitt d 1(0., pulse, 124; respiration, :4. I I 1 1 L it I I lit III I MllHUf till It 1 LIH'M?1-H Ul " . . , . ... , - - mOFC Wild (Tt 1 II fl T I t'll'lil I bore a part In the scone of turmoil and ',' ft I'L ' ,? "no t HIm hon,? In r.nton. th;. mnjorlty of the plt()n. ,,ull 9,M p,.,,'",,. It was a few moments ..ftr-r lour o'clock ,,,,-l,ulence, th.re was but one mind which r,ll(' ll0"' wa,s ln, Dtrnil- "mI ,l " ,n ',aIH'rs wlt1' wh,ch 1,0 hlx (1':,1 n:,v" most enjoyable function and Vk.-P - wni I- rreument mciuni. v wa, noi.iing a M i med lo retain 11- euulllbrlum. one hand ' , " """""'" " ".' been prepnrr.i in wnsniURion anu lor- ,p t Ho.evelt bad the pp,.rtiitdty of :"K. Standing In thc midst at crowds number ing thousand surrounded by ecry evi dent a of good will, pressed by a motley throng of people, showered with explos ions of love and loyalty, beiilegcd by mul- I discourse of the sin of borrowing trouble. First, such a habit of mind and heart Is wrong, because it puts oue into a de spondency that ill lits him for duty. I planted two losebushes in my gulden; tlio one thrived beautifully, the other per ished. 1 found the dead one on the shady side of the limine. Our disposition, like our plants, need sunshine. Kxpectauty of repulse is the eaue of many secular and religious failures. Fear of bank ruptcy lias uptorn mnny n fine business and sent the man dodging among tho note shavers. Fear of slander nnd abuse has often Invited all the long bciked vulture", of scorn nml backbiting. Mnny of the misfortunes of life, lik- hyenas, lice if you courageously meet them. How poorly prepared for religious duty i a man who sits down under the gloom 'e ing by the hand ladles ami gentlemen from of expected misfortune! If he prays, he all classes nf life, not'onlv from tllff-rent says, I do not tumk I shall he answer- lirts of this State but from nil p. r.ions f the country, the guests at the hotel about notes that nre far from duo. Dc polii" ! by the l not pile up on your counting tlek tho Court ' .r the Ii liliancial anxieties of the next 20 yeais jf1" 'i",1 a,1'i The (!od who bus taken care of your ngair the' worldly occupation, gunrding your store i.ue . f H i: from the torch of the Incendiarv tin 1 tho leeea ! an. I .n- l;.y of the Inuglar, will be ns faithful in i?""'.', ' '," ff","', 1!10 as iu lliOI. fiod's hand is mightier f.i ' '.'M .. man me mnciiinaiinns oi stock gamuiera j,, . r. frp h. r or the plots or political demagogues or will the led right arm of revolution, ami the !'" daikness will fly nnd thc storm fall dead L',,i,i , at his feet. o. to So there are persons ln feeble health, , and they arc worried about the future. Tin y make out very well now, but they nie bothering themselves about future pleurisies and rheumatisms anil neural- KSTATi: OF (IKIIInV A t-ifiu unit fnvcr, Tlw.if rtnlthi to ....1.1a ' ' ' ,-, , , . ...... 1 .- St -ns r t !t 'l t - n.-x .i .-'I-MlT i:i. r a ov. gins and fevers. Their eyesight is feeble. ' nt rus- nnd they nre worried lest they ftitiiely STATE OF VEi..l'JN r, Li.tr'.et t! i u ta lose It. Their hearinir U Inilistlnet. mil i"i 1'-a. they nre alarmed lest they bc.ome en- r..T.n, Pson;-- .-rerne-i n t- tir'ly deaf. They Mt chilly today nnd in -ml Hurl' i- nre expecting nn attack of typhoid. They ''KKE'V hive l,nn trniit.lo.l fei- ,vi.l.. n.lll. Will UlCAS. ..i I ' u r hd H ..... .... .ii,, i-,,iu "J i J perplexing malady nnd tlreaj becoming ,., , lifelong Invalids. Take care of ymir the I health now nnd trust flo.l for the future. A lie not guilty of the hlmphemy of asking r,' 'j, him to take care of you while you sb. ;i u-. with your windows tight down or ect '! I chicken salad at 11 o'clock at night or sit tlown on a cake of ice to cool off He u l I. -iJ pn si ut tho re- puoiic ri'Ct'piioiiattriOHre.H I cmpieui .music whltli remnln.,1 t...-itlv one eve which " lraiu"11 il '" " wnrdetl through the nite II.. i? on the Pan-American grounds, that the gnzml with nnllln. hlng"calmncss and one ,VH'- Later this place wns locnle.l at jorin elerleal force. The work of the cownrdly attack wns made, with what voice which retained Its even tenor, and xlk's saloon, a Raines law hnt.l, No oni(,ai ,yay wnn ,ione wdien the tuccess time alone can tell ru..i .. ,i , ,i.i..i i.,n.inrn 1W8 Ilroatlway. Hire the prisoner hatl oc- ..,... nf .i1P nreat calmltv ar- .... o -npnn. nmr . . . . .. ... . ... .... They were the mind nnd the hand nnd ";u"' u' i;""""'. 1 ', " ' nvctl here anil me execuiivc tiepanm nis oMns. ln tlls cordial mil heartfelt reo ti the eye and the voice ot President McKln- Xnew very little about hi- guest. BPnor(llly emptied themselves of t elr tlon" 'a " " . lv' ' Jvr.n and unman woriiincu nun ery n- m iid- nui- respected clals were to be found at their tlesks. Mr Thc. reception tamo to an .ml shortly Adee. acting head of the d.partment of ,,ffor0 0-t.lluk ,, at t,,,,, tlnie vk.(.. State, had quitted tho city for his summer iYCMdcnt lUiw-ovoit was taken In a cai- ley. After the flp-t shock of the assailant's! shots he retreated a step! then as th. de- tltudes nil eager to clasp his hand, nmldst tectlves leaped upon his assailant he. turn these surroundings and with the ever re- ,,, walked to a chair and seated himself currlng plaudits of an admiring army nr llt the same time removing his hat anil lghtsccrs ringing in his ears, the blow of liowing his head In his hnrds. the ajisassln fell and in an Instant pleastiro In nn Instant Pi cretarv Cortelyou and gave way to pain, admiration to agony, President Mllburn were at his side. His folly turned to fury and pandemonium waistcoat was hurriedly opened, the Pres. followed. To-night a surging, swaying, pient meanwhile admonishing those about eager multitude throngs the illy'-: main lim to remain calm and telling them not thnroiighfaris, choking the -trots In front to he alarmed. of the principal newspapn-s. Manning the 'Hut you aie Inlnred." cried his set rc bulletlns with anxious eyes and groaning tnry. 'i.et me examine." and cheering In turn each succeeding an- --.Vn, 1 think nnt." answered thc Presi liouiiceinent as tho nature of the mossige ilcnt." Milks or but ics th.Ir hopes. i -f nm not hadly hurt. I assure you." CZOLGOSZ CONFESSES, home some distance from Laurel, Md.. and rlage of Col. Cannon and Senator Prce- Says That Ho is an Annrchlst-Donlea 'J1 JJlnl?nZT Vr' ,nr to lllr Ya,lu c,,,h ,lnrk' wl,Pre Dl' U'' ...... . vt. r.i nt wlth tne vlsltlnK diplomats at l'.uf- S(.wnrd Webb's beautiful yacht nifrida. I.uwuK.u.3Uu.k-.sUwu.- ,fal0. wiik waiting to carrv the distinguish,.! tont For HIb Action, No official crnflrinotlon of the shooting euosts to Isle I.a Motto tn partlclpaie at I came to the While House for three hours thp iimu)nl ,inner of the. Fi-h nnd Game iuii-i us umnii nn-, i.ii.-i. v-i.i. i- i,eaRe. This party was mail)- up of v ice Y Sept. & I.con Czolgosa, gomery was Inform.,! nt 7:20 bv Secretary president Roosevelt. Winston Churchill. former rough rid.r. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. ft I. con Czolgus; the nccitssed and self confessed assassin Cortelyou U Huffalo that o surgical hit- m,.'- M,ire,.in has signed a confession covering vU p-ig-s atli n on tho President wns In progress rlnriPS n. Darling, Itedtleld Iroctor, .lero- oi iiioi.st.iip, wnuii nnuTO imu uu ,i an nnii tnni so i.ir everyin'ng was iaoranie. n,a, Curtln. D. J. Foster, It. I . Smith, A. anarchist and that he btcame an enthii- Later he gave the Infermn'lon of 'lie y AInchen. division superintendent of 'tho slnstlc member of that body through the t ompletlon of thc operation and follow, d pn'tnl scr Ice aiid the nu mbers of tin- spe- Influence. of Kmma iloldman. He denies that statement with other message cl Ing 'i .nin t w Tiinnmii r m limit. uown at ponce neailiiuaiters surround-, .Nevertheless his outer garments were having any cniifi'.i.Taie nnu says ip u... pnvntc infnrinitlon as to tnc 1'rrsiur.iu s pj, ,j, rirrhy, F. I.. (Ineno nnd K. A. erl Iiy strrn faced Inriulsitors of the law, loosened and when a trickling stream of elded on the act three days ago and tondltlon nnd "lis removal to Mr. Mllburn's Dav's. Fpon their arrival at the Klfrlda. bits a medium sized mnn nf commonplace . rlmsiin was Men to wind its way down bought tho revolver with which the act tesirience. -t saiutP was filed. A party of nlno ladles oil." If he gives, lie says, "I expect they will steal the money." Helen Chalmers told mo that her fnther, Thomas Chalm ers, in the darkest hour of the history of the Frco Church of Scotland nnd when the woes ot the land seemed to weigh upon his heart said to his children, "Come, let us go out and play ball or tly kite," and the only diliiciilty in the play was that the children could not keep up with their father. The McCheynes nnd the Suinmeiliolds of the church who did the most good tolled in the snnllght. Away with the horrors! They distill poi son: they dig graves, nnd if they could climb so high they would drown the re joicings of heaven with sobs anil wailing. "Wntctjlnt: For Mlstortuue. , You will have nothing but misfortune in the future if you sedulously watch for it. How shall a mnn catch the right kind of fish if he arranges his line and hook and bait to cntch !i7nnls and water 1 ii ii 1 prudent, nnd then be confident, porr.e of f ni, the sickest people have been the mi'i 1 'rl ' useful. It wns so Vjii Pnyson, who d e I deaths dnlly, and lt ibett Hnll, who u i 1 aM.,i' to stop In the midst of his sermon and le- tin it- ir, tlown on the nnlnit sofa to rest nnd then ".iiit it go on again. Theodore rrelinchuysen had n grat horror of dying till the time he w 11 III, ' sirli t of il. I . ... n nl -t pub'i i.o'k ...i. - 1 ,! r. .i H i i . . i. r vi'.ii- .. I n 'A i ll v 1 r .lillsh. '1 i'i a. i ir", y hi a r. tho Pr"bfltr .'t . i. I tl . y . ont t ' i !' '. f i 11 -or . . e .i rUht is 1 --ir I i'iu..: I of i-aM t 1 ..p.. n ' 1 1"1 l-.r m e 0(( ' 1 lii r isliP ! ! i s 1 nr i- . 'lit. on ' . i.e 1 V - r of . to tl'f'i , i la.wJt MAIt' . "i. t is M.i S HP Km TATE F IP.KNT STATK tiF VERM' NT. D strict . ' ten.len. us. T.i llonorir-lft tho 1 r a-tCcjr Ulstl let of t'hlt'ei 1. I- -I PHOVl IJINO FOR GOVERNMENT I .,"!?rl,.!VI!;: Morlqiiltn, Steps were next tnken to provide for tho ' At 1S:S0 p. m". the Chatcagay left the club serpents? Hunt for bat j and l.aw-ks and future of the executive branch of the gov to Divine Providence can be that benellcent result. attributed I frnment. It wns realized that even under to the Island. the most favorable conditions tho Pi.-sl-dent's Injuries are of such n character a.s , to mane it almost cerinin mat no cannot houso'd'o.k to' carry about 5u0 more people bats and hawks you will find. Hunt for THE NEWS IN THIS CITY. appiaianee, who presses his Hps ilrnily his lueast, spreading Its tell tain stain w as committed 111 Puffalo. Ho has seven tog. tin r and listens with an all- of as- over the white surface of the lir.en, their blethers nnd sisters In Cleveland nnd tho sum.d indlfft-reiieo to the persistent wort fears w i e confirm, d. Cievel ind directory has the names of streims of .piestlons with which his- eap- A fnret of exposition guards weie on the about that number living on licsnier tors seek to induce or compel him to , sc. no by this time and an effort was made street and Ashland acnue, which adjoin, speak. to , ear tin- building. Ily this time the Some ot them are butchers nnd others In It was just after the dally organ red- eriisb was tori 111c. Spectators crowded other trades, tals in the .splendid Temple of Music that 'the stairways from the galleries, thn He Is now detained at police hoadquur- tne uastarciy ntumpt was made. Planned crowd on the lloor surged forward tnwaid ters penning the result ot tlio iTesiiiei.t s ,ln,,nrtal. for a iot)K timo to ,nFchargi! tho with all the dlabolluil Ingenuity and llu-; the rostrum, while despite the strenuous injuries. Czolgosz does not appear In the fllt,,s of ci,(.t pxcc-mlve. Kvery m. mher Everyone Shocked by Roport of Prosl . , , J niiiMii aie ca- euotis oi police ami guaros ine uiinng ui'si ,. i....-..v .u. n( thn cabinet able to travel Is expo, ted dent's Assassination. FblP' ' !''.. W.";l'U ;he 'l'ln ,l'".r' 0,.lt ' without struggled madly to obtain admls- action. , , , HufSno a,u, tncro a cabinet T,, .t nf , n...,in,inn of Prosl im- win ii wuimii u niiin ,-inti snouiii ins.. son. I io says ne was iniiucen iiy ins uiteiiuuii , ,, ,. .,,, , j,,i- ,, ,u ". ........... ... ----- tn,, ene n. nu tne designs fall and the Piesltlent survive o,y , ,.,. ... . to Kmma Goldman's lectur.s an.l wrltl igs " ' " . "' ' " . . ecU tive 'JH ,HJiZ L?.". .. " ""IV" hawks nnd the hats .. tc noAniuu,(' ''rPH"" 'V'0'v; branch. Vice-President Roosevelt of " " ,n " , i,;, :V .im ,l ..no ,lv immediately tlio 1'reslUint wns caret! lor meni in mis coiiuuj wns uu wrong aim ... ,v, hnll, himself In renillness to ' ."l ,illr.l.. -l.t, n strntre nf ),ls t.ilnn nn.l over iioin iiegi iipn ciiiiiiminuM niifp. . t ...... - i-as ilouiited by the r, w a grent cry, ciearea xue nir, ami nis ene- The President though we 11 giiardid bv in the i vmislilim unninils. Director lira, thought the best way to end It wns to Kill ., ,.. , , i.n i nltcd States secret s.rvic.. detectives , ..ml Hneii.-niMii ii,n,,i fnr the Mllinirn the President. He shows no hIkh of in- , ' , ! :,. ,., i.....t.i. . nrst tlio report v was fully exposed to such an attack as tie- i eslilrni .. in fiirei.iil niiv lnform itlon that snnltv. but Is very reticent about mi.ch ' . , ,,, ,ti.a c'... who heard It but turret!. He stood at the ..lire of Hie r.-ilse,! ' .i..i,, ,!,. i... i."w.i,r,,,o ,.r nitw.r. of his career. While ncknnwledclnc him- l" 1 . . .. , '. by the Free Press dais unon whli h Ht.Ln.lo the i-renl nine nr.1,.!.,. v ,,,i,!i.. i,' n,.i hn.. ..iiv, salf an unrirehlst he does not state what .'. n . ... ' 1 1 , '.? 1 '" the fnct. From thn ran at the east side of the ntrnetnr.. ! 1 1... i'r I.ai,,, -CI... vi.ii.nV,, l..,.ll irlr. Iiruni-li nf the nririinlzntlnil he helnnus. 1 11 . ' . , . read the bulletins ini-Liigs oi peoue crowtieu in nt the va-.h.i.l ined Mrs. Mr Ktntev nml she tnok lie ijeciareu last riaiuriiay. saying ne an villus entrances to gaze upon their execu-. ten ve of hei robin redbreais, ami you will find robin I redbreasts. One night an eaielc and an ! owl got into fierce battle. The eagle, tin j used to the night, was no match fur the owl, which is most nt home in the dnrk ness, nnd the king of the air fell helpless. But the morning rose, and with it rose the eagle, and the owh and the night came n second timo to the combat. Now, the eagle in the live, perchance to clasp his hand. the bulletins display, d soon assured them of lips of every one who dropped words of hor ror, WHICH were only sngniiy lesseiuu when it was learned that the President would, perhaps recover. The bulletins were posted until a late hour that even Ing and during the entire time crowds sur rounded the hoards. No other topic w.ls P-'ople and from surroundlg towns cntnstinphe was told In hmhid voli sorrow seemed to pervade every heart 1.1..., ... , .11. , .... nl 1,1c il....,ti r.clm... nifc.s. the Misses llarber. come to see thcPan-Amei lean and that his ,, ,,,,. i,,.' , au,.i, .,... Miss Inincan. as well as their hostess, home was n Toledo. Ill his room at No- ., .,,, . t r ',,, i,, otn- tll, ,, ine j-ri-Mueni was in a cnceriui niooa Mrs. Mllbuin, and went to nor room lo w.iks piaco was loiinti a siuan uaveinuK ... l)pvnVp nn tnp Vice-President" te And was enjojing to the full the hearty rest. bag. It contained nn empty cartridge box ' ,-n,1nr ,nr terms of this nrtlee, ns snon vldfiices of good will which everywhere Mr. Muchanan binke the m ws ns gently and a few clothes With these tacts In ap Mr nosevelt Is assured by tirorer ail- iiet his gaze. 1'imn his right stood John ns puhslbl,- to the nieces and consulted hand the police went at the prison.r with trinritv prnhahlv In this case bv the sen or S .Mllliurn of Huffalo, president of the with the in onti Mrs. Mllburn ns to the best renewed vigor In the effort to obtain .1- ,omt,er nf the r'ablnet, Secr-tary Hay, w ho ;m -Ampi ir'.in tv is i inn rn;i i iini' r iif-r , ..m.u. in 1. 1 1. r. t iiou-l tn iimr u iniiriiniPNmnn nr n si i ni 1:111 iiriiiiini . 1 i"-iiiiii- .11111 nd iiitrndiiclnir to blm esneclallv neison.s m..' i,.i.-i,,i.'. i, V iimiiu- deeidrd of his Identity and movements rrlnr to his P0'1 .t',..,'e.l,!, 'V. ' ? ' a?, cntnstinphe was told In lun-li.d voices and rf note Fpon the President's left stood that on her awakening. Mr. Huehanan arrival In Buffalo. He nt llrst ad- to "discharge such ilutles as may de Mr. Cortelyou. I shmil.l hreiiU the news to her. mltt.il thnt hns wns an nn- a,.a .v, HOW THE SHOOTINO WAS PONK. n ZX'X ?XnUnZV th? al.Si 1 DIRECTOh OF STATE LABORATORY It was shortly after 4 p. m. when out of Hucl.atmn-s arrival at the Mllburn house on the life of the Presl, 'n" ,r1.,0nr.' tent to which Mr.' Itoosevelt will discharge Dr, M. j. Wlt-e Elected to Succeed tho Hit" 1 1 1 1 id l K "iu l uu i nil 1 1 win rn'l- i'1 nii)ii"niv. nmiiHiHir ,im.m ... ' I . V. i 1? InO V TOHll I f M UU lIUUPH II H'i UnUPriaKt'S i, he annren st so. lety M 'hem at nil, and It I- almost certain that mlos. with torn feathers and splashed with blond, tumbled into the thickets. Ve arc the children of light. In the night of despondency you will hnve no chance against your enemies that flock up from beneath; but, trusting in God nnd stand ing In the sunshine of the promises, you shall "renew your youth like the eagle." Again, the habit of borrowing trouble llcussed and the telephone wires were s Wong because It has a tendency to kept hot. answetlng -queries flora in. in mali(? s ovt,.i0lt present ble.siiig. To Mlt&l lllll 11 M lllll.sk 111,.- 11IS IV 11 l.tl., WH.1 cool waters leap into his brimming cup. tentlal party, a medium sled man of or- with cut olf When it came dusk and tlinary appearance and plainly dressed in I'lcsbb nt had not arrived Mts. .McMn!o nnt anil again imurrerent. nut in no umo ,n ,np abS(1iro ,)t CT(at pmcrg.ncy In pUDii,- t'r. sl- began I., r. el anxious conctrning mm. i uio ne nr i- im ..n i-,ku ... " .,ffMir, even if called to ossumo theso ob'i To feed his hunger the fields bow down with bending wheat, and the cattle como down from the clover pastures to give him milk, anil the orchards yellow anil ripen, casting their juicy fruits into his Inp. Alas, that amid uch exuberance came and then went peacefully. Take S pterimoi -'. care of the present, nnd let the futme look out for itself. "Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof." norrosvlnc Misfortune. Again, the habit of borrowing misfor tune is wrong because it unfits us for it i,,,., 1, ,..,,n,. ,..r -, v .,,,-, always have smooth sailing. Life's path ir.no Trick, 1 it - will sometimes tumble nmong declivities tald district, d'... -. nr-d mount n steep nnd bo thorn pierced. vherea ii 1 r .Ii:das will kiss our cheek and then sell n -st ,iay ,,'f rf, j .. ..' ., for 110 pieces of -iiver. Human scorn will settlement of tl try to crucify us between two thieves. f the last will ai l , , .ii . ... . , Trick, lato 'if im win near me iron gaie oi iuo sepui- district, .1". s- . cher creak nnd grind as it shuts in our a decree of the t.si.hi. . , -i i .- kindred. But we cannot get ready for jaa',ful l'u'p")H'V, V: ' ' Ch" these things by forebodings. They who e,to an" persnrs M-e:c'd r fight imaginary woes will come out of by publishing t' i- ordei th e breath Into conflict with the armed dis- ces-.lv. ly pr- 101 s to th- .1. ... asters of the future. Their ammunition Zlr'lL will have been wasted long before they Tietefore, mj irf ,n -ny come under the guns of real misfortune, ih h- si the Probate i',,irt Boys in attempting to jump a wall some- IjnKfn XktTAT times go so far back in order to get im- v.ount if you see cuu-e. nr : petus that when they come up they nre your rights as heirs ,. gat. exhausted, and these long races in order cliimants of said residue. . i. . 1 1 , liven under my hand, tr e . to get spring enough to vault trouble ril ptpmber lfl'U. bring us up at last to the dreadful reali- MAHCELLl'S A. Ill ' ' ty with our strength gone. 1 lO.St. rinady. the bill it of borrowing trouble' i.g'pTjj OF JOSETTR 'X I: is wmng because it is unbelief. Ood has ; I.INOTON. pro'ii.aeJ to take care of u. The lliblo! We, the subscribe:, ha u blooms with assurances. Your hunger pointed by the Honorable . - will be fed: your sicknes, wil- bo allevi- 'oners t IVjXr. ' ,x nted: your sorrows will be healed. God adjust Hie claims ard dems i- will sandal your feet and smooth your sin- .ii-ainst ti'e es path, and along by frowning crag and m'lle .. ,iJ)orr',iiiitn.lt opening grave ound tho voices of victo- aso i claims and' dem , ry and good cheer. The summer clouds In r.ft-.-t tnereto; and six that seem thunder charged really carry the Ja-j oj .he .la.eiereof , in their bosom harvests of wheat and therefore hereby gl notu shocks of corn nnd vineyards purpling attend to the duties of oi for the winepress. The wnthful wave jt the j .welry store of i in ii .i r . . .i Church strict. Kurlti. will kiss the feet nf the great Storm ,,,.,,,.1,-t nn the th .lav M'nlker. Our great Joshua will com- next, at 10 o'clock a. m . r n...l nl,A... ,.nl,. c.1,1 llm CO.. llll V S. .l i.-.l I I..T "... ........ ....... ...... wave struck Patmos shall have apocalyp tic vision, and you shall hear tl.e cry of elders and the sweep of wings nnd trum pets of salvation and tho voice of hallelu iah unto fjuil forever. Yoi-r way may wind nlong dangerous lo.wSt. rRI'.'P BEA Vl; C. E. GERM A I V Ci m-n - rations the Vice-President will 00111111? litaek. nnnioneh.'d us If In err-et the Ar.nl Until Koerel lee Purliji'mi ,. nil Urn., wnndei' ivhv he does Hot COI110?" sllC USllftl morse. I lo llCClnre.1 the 1(0(1 WII8 not pf' .- ............ . ..v.. n..,.i i . . v r..nn.i Ident Mllburn noticed that one of the one of In r nieces. meniiuicd niu in in- mi. . himself In the exercise of his powers t man's hands was swathed in n I andago nr There was no clock in .Mrs. .MeKitil.' o 10 say w ny no perpeinueu n, ' the llscharge of the most routine func handkerchief. Iteports ..f bystanders dlf- room and when It wan 7 o'clock she had ed by District Attorney Penney with Ii-uir tonSi fer ns to which hand. He-worked Ills way no lib a It w as so late anil tins is wiieu sue ine instrument m nn iimiu.in'n uinn m amid the stream of people up to the edge beg in to f i el anxious concerning her bus. conspirators he protested vehemently that ol el'ils until he was within two feet of the imnn President. President Mi Klnlcy snill-d. At 7 o'clock Dr. Hlxey arrived at the bowed and extended his hand In that spirit burn residence. Ho had been driven Late Dr. J. H. Llnsloy. Tho members of the atato Hoard of o blessing man should growl as though ho weie n soldier on half ratious or n Health met in this dty Thursday iiftor- ncoi ..no evening . i u- . . ., '"'V, " r" I sailor on short nllowance; thnt a man Ing ;tho election of a director of the Htate harvests look- Ing forward to famine; that one slmuld feel the strong pulses cf health marching Laboratory of Hygiene. The thre" .noiu hers ot the Slate Hoard were present, vl. Dr. C. S. C,iv"rly of lUuland. Dr. T. It IMPORTANT ClIANOES POSSIBLE fnies of St. Johnsbury nnd Dr. H. 1 . Hoi- with regular tread through nil the ave- ho never even thought of perpetrating tlio pho1(, tho worf.t conl(, u )h r,,aiZfd that ton of Hrnttlobom. nues of life and yet tremble at the ex- - Mil- crime until this morning. After long and ln,portant changes In the public nff-lrs of ''be afternoon session wan held In tho poctf.,i tisnult of sickness; that a man tl (l. .'Viobuvn. i iicruwmiih ".i,i"i.i-'.. ,u nniliilri u-nii 1.1 a t..mi,rl, K lMminS OI Lilt 111 II r UUI V (J .MM UCVl HI . I . I.. 1,.n.s 1, .-sKt..1 of geniality the Amcrl. an people so well rle.lly down Delawarn aieiine in an open at police headquarters that the I rlsoiier whether there would bo an extra session o'clock to Inspect It and to examine ccr- . ....,-, .vn,. .,.: S0I11() llnv ESTATE OF OltP AND! STATE OF VERMONT. O sir" lendep. ss. Tn. llnnornbo tho Probate bridle paths and amid wolf, howl and ' the . s v the scream of the vulture, hut the.. way Aiuli.-ws, late of fche ' still winds upward till angels guard it, district, decoustd. and trees of life overmen it. nnd thrones r.,.r. ,,. Gl ' .. ,. ., , .....in.... i Where is. said Court has i lllll- ll. ami ii.iniillir .milium n.i. uu ;.,st ,(,lv 0f s,,pt. next HI- !' It, and the pathway ends nt gates that of th .a, mint of the ex. i u i are pent! nnd streets thnt are gold nnd win and test mailt ot ' temples that are always open nnd hills A' u'Un0 nM... ' that nuake witli perpetual song and .1 estate to the lawfulclalmants , f citv mingling forever Sabbath and juln. and oraoreu innt pud : lee nnd triumph and coronation. i . . ref-rence to In the evening tne '" ,,lu" IU" " a,r". , know when suddenly the sharp crack of carriage. As ho camo up Mr. Iluchaiian had mnde n partial confession which tlio nf conmess Is nncn to uuestlon but theie lain records and n r,.rtliT- i-nnr- .111 , I, mil i,l .v,n..r. uiih nn I nn I In, In W'n eiilll 1 rwlinr with .'1 re- nrlsoner Signed. . .i,...i. . 1... . ............. . , . . . , ts til eli w.ntt miee.s.sri rv the hum of voices, the shuttling- oi 'feet port. r. "Do you know," said Mr. Uu- As near as can be learned to-night the Somite would heesse n'tlnl '.isanlncldent to a members met at the Van Nt s.s House and ""J sweep the coals flora the health and vibrating waves nl applauso that elianan. "I had a snrt nf a premonition of facts contained In the confesslun are: ihanue of administration All this h- s at this session elected Dr. M. .1. Wiltse, and pour hunger into the bread tray; swept ncre. ami tneie over tne assemblage. nis. finer cany mnrinri i nan i ccn e..- i m- man n nan..- ,n ....,u s ..nh ..-i, m i. i)rPI1 thought of litre only in tho vaguest Director of the State DaDor.itory of tly- that a mnn fed by him who owns all tin) intldence Is a'most unlv, rsa! glene, to succeed Dr. J. II. Utisb-y, harvests should expect to itarve; that There was an Instant of almost corni.lcte ti eni. ly nervous and feared that Kimethlnff of Pollsh-flerman extraction. His home ,,,,. ,.., enntlrlenee silence like tho hush thnt follows a Hap of nugiit go wrong, unr trip to tne tans was is in - iew-i...i, n.- n.n. i.-ii .iroiu- llf,,v ,msi.ll 011 no President's magnificent ,vl11 ae:Un occurred mst wimer. ineir one wuum (;0(, )ove, nml prl.,nis with inunuer, oi momeiunrj Hiiencc nun ensuas iiniM-niiui nm wnai mi uwin, .ii'iuim is, s.n ...... ... ............... s0ns,lutnni present health and tho cmuce wns nn iiiiiiiiiu.ii.- i-nv i .1 . ns.j hpnedlctloti and attends with au-eli IT llll.IPUl.il,. '.l ,,11.11111-., iu nil lltu ir ..... .... ... . .. --. . ......... ........ ..... wl,( nc no ncrnprm to re.5ort to tne constl ri.nd ,r'tl,,7,t', " ,,:'nl!, i,t';'lllftl; h-t he tlon.,, provPon mnde to meet the domi.o ,d a s the Instrument of nny bey of anarcli- of ,.rulcnt in ortce. HORROR FELT IN LONDON. lifter the discharge of a bomb shell. Tin, our day.- nii uisi aini 1111 hiu. iii mse pie 01 ii-iuina t.0nen,lous stride that h-is been ma e President stood stock still, n look of h-sl At 7:W o'clock Dr. lilxey came out of the i.omm.in. wnoso icacnnigs, nt alleges, aro MJC(1 (iarneld's time in HUtgery that tbo 'o lancy, almost ni new unci iiient on nis nice noun, act ump.uiu-n " uu. , 1 , ,,., ....i............ . .. .-. ..... Wj nc no occasion to resort to the constl- Then ho retired a step while a pallor he- son 01 ox-rrosiueni iiny.s, wno is a in eiiii in t..!il nvi.r Ills fenlnreM Tn. iniilll. if t'reslilf.nt McKbilev. Thev enter. tude, only partially aware Hint something (errlagn and returned' to the exposition I'Ik or tho tool of any coterie of plotters. serius hud happened, paused In tho silence hospital. "c- declares no urn not even nnvc con- of surprise, whilo necks were eraned and Alter Dr. lilxey h id gone, Mr. liuohanan federate. Ills only renson for the deed, nil eyes tumid as one toward the rlstrum said that the doctor had trokep the news he declares, Is thnt he believed the pras- w hero n grent tragedy was l ing enaclen In 11 mnt gentle wnv to Mrs. McKln'ey. rnt fo'''n f govermuent ln the Fiiltd Then camo a commotlcn. ,Vth the , up He "nld she stood It brav.-h though cm- States was unjust and he conclude I the ot a tiger three men tluew themselves for- slderably affected. If It was possible lo lnnfit effective wnv to remedy It was to ward as with une liinuil.se and spratiK to- bilng him to her she wanti.l ll done. kill the. President. ward tho would be assassin. Two of th m A big fine of regular patrolmen wen ns. were I'nlted States secret service men signed to the .Mllburn residence. ocr nnnTn untile ot xr m tut mlin u-,.r. ,m 111. Iul,niil ..1,,, ,. ill 7 'III CCerel n r V .f .. rl e, 1 1 1 ll re H'lkm. sl t" I , . I , 1 1 K I T I Y I 1 1 I' S S I A I T IV1 I" IM I . It wis In L-iinril ne.ilnut liivt u.i.li ..... nnd MImm Wllwin enlleil nnd were nilmltteil 'at the theatres when tile n.'WS llttlv I., i..,. i i..-. i..r..ii i... n ,.i., ,i, miii -...a. 'and returning to their hotels found . . "".I ll' I'' ."-l.llir-1. llie Il.-s IU .1. , Evnlnln.lli. Pn,,... n ,h. Il,,ll, 1IH.I.I. H .I,n 1 1 j ,,.,,ti,,a bt.u S.V.U. ... wuiiuii v iiisii, mnn Kiuii' .'i i.iih.'......1! mill VMIIlll c es-tliau NtuvB Spread SlowlyThereas It Arrived Too Lnto For Evonlne Pupora. London, Sept. 0. The news of the nt- I Icini t upon the life of President McKlnloy augi .ull.t. .ir.lllni, lln la ern.tu .,., t C-liri nilU IIOVCI S IIVIT W illi I1IOI ,' the Medical college here and had been as- motlieily fondness should be louklllg for slstant to Dr. l.lnsley since the estab- ii heritage of tears! Has tlod been hard with then that thou shouldst be forebod ing? Has he stinted thy hoard? Has lie coveted thee with rags? lias lie spread trapa for thy feet, and galled thy cup, and rasped thy soul, and wrecked thee witli storm, and thundered upon thee witli a life full of cnhimlty? If your father or brother come into thereof be given to all persons ltttre III Mill estate dj- puoiicnii-g r 9 r three weeks diicce.sstvcly pre 10 .s , das nignoil, 111 iho Hurling'' t I ice press, a newspaper pui 11-'' it 1 . district. Therefore, you aro hereby noM.icd pi ,u- at the Probate Couit re ir- l.ns.ton, Vt., on ihe day assige. 1 t' . 1 Pure to contest the allowan e ' a I ucu-ount If you see cause, and a rs u usi i.iur rlzht at heirs, lesnteis s-si iM Courage, my brother: The fMher dees c aimants of sain reea ue. Sngiist. ltOt. MAMOKhbl'S A. HINOHAM J "1 -e, i'W'3t. I.et pleasure rhunt lir siren tongl 'Tl, not the hong f.r nie. To uei'i'in it will turn ere I, For tliii u I.Mvtn'j iletree. Hut fncro's a sons the rati'omeJ tin; Tn JY', lhclr txaltfJ Kiutr. Willi jmful heart nil t ngue. 1U1, tliat's tlm eon; f-r raul llsbment of the laboratory, and slnuo ids death Dr. Wlltse has acted as direct, ir. Dr. Caverly, the president of the Hoard, wt.s elected delegate tn attend the confer ence of Slnte and Provincial boards of lit (i It tl. which Is 10 be held at Nliigui Falls on the nth and Hlli of the present month. It Is a noteworthy fact that there are nt llie nr.. onl time mil.- rli'.i e,i..,j ,-,(- 1.n,,l- ,..l,.,.... ..r.1,1 .11.... n I..!.,.. , , f , .. .' '- l - ,. .... ...... ... llllll titllllt lilliir suit, nilU .11111 Nil' llllll, spr. ad slowly In London. I he thousands M;,n px within the Stale. Tne-e casus ibout. vou .In not watch them, for vou nf Aint r cans now in I.ond..n were niostly ar ,,, 0I1 flllllly , p, tmvu f. '"!', , ! J? ,,' T , ! ie". of Well.. Iteports from nelehborltig Stite. .,..,,.,. .,.., i... ,1.., .nf ,..,.. ....... ""- hcwevi r show that the disease Is .ill ttlauM'r uime lij tile safe oil Hi e 1 our ariiund Vermont and ll will not bu mt- ''''' " ' '" f(,r .v"u ,lu 1101 k"u"' M l,y- ESTATE OF JOHN I. VFA V t-TTF STOW OF SOUTH H.-i!.lNiT, the subscribers, hai im, t i ie 1 ' W, mil t.n nn, Im. .ri,, tl.lr .. I...L, .,,,) er. a negro who had only an Instant lire- '' 1 1 r.s I D I . N . Entered the Htomaoli. dlscussK, -,at without distinction ot p,Kng It tli.-te should he a few Isniated Ho some men treat Jod; not as viouslv crasti-el ln his duskv nnlni tho The Pi.sldenfs nssallant 111 the in, an. ...,,y..i u. c. a,.... !!!!'' H regarded as n natlonnl calamity. cnH t,s state. a father, but a stranger, nml act suspi- haml of tho Preililent As oiie man the time had been hustled to tho rear of the nel,t enve'out' thn' following stateinini- . . i1".1."!!!".1-!.1!!!."'!.1. "! "M"."'".''1 '""1 clously toward hini. It is high time you ..-.iii nur. i.irniii iuii line uir ex- A n nc tii a London rennrl Pr nm lie-ii, tn ll.ni.L- fle.l f,.r r.r..se,i. Ii ., ,. iinar. tu.iteruni uiu-ie Thank 1 m for vour c 1 dien. hannv. LJ, sUmHc hm, n, th? 5. per porl V111"" "f 'i f V" ,h, "'"l Ber . -1..? Sax Acinar iti suiiiic iiim on uu uppi 1 pot - (ll (he mass uf the E.ngllah puipn and the lcluiilnir Duke hi Huffalo. Sent, fi. Reercta 1 v Cortelv 111 to lllo hurled themselves upon the Presl- building where he wiim hel.l while iho "The president wns shot nboilt I o'clo -k. ,.' V, ,l,.,.l'a ncunlliMil l,i n In U,L. II.,.. V... .,. 1 , , . II , 1 1 , , , . , , o , . I . ... , 1 . , . , 1 I , I , . H , r , , I ., , . ... . ,. ,., , ' ini1ll01 " .""' .....ot.ih ,,.-. . ....... . w,, Gm, uviiifl borno to tho ground. Ills weapon w is to the police department where win tasen Hon of the wreste.1 from li s grasp and stroiiK ums to no ee headiiuai'ters. . , ,.,.ir.,ii,iif. ih,, seenm! lmiiet nenei i-.1.. 1 : " .:. ..'"." . . . .. - - - . . , ,...,.,! iiiiiriiiiiiriiiiiifruni 11 1 111 111111 n u i i. . .... .... . pinioned nis arms. As soon as the crowd In the Temple nf t, abdunt-n live Inches below the lefl 1 resident Those that hear nf the Vi..vL r. . 1 1 ' " Le'"'10" ,u Then the vast multitude which throngo-1 Music hud been dispersed sufficiently tho nipple and 0111 and or. hnlt Inches 10 the 0.niui, oxl n"ed horim 1111 svm l""''15- the edifice began to enme , ri alli-lng President was remov.Hl to the exposition left of the median lino. The ul.loiucii was , ,, " , , S , w,.n ,, S senso of tho nwfulness of tho stene cf hospital, w( re an eKiimlnatl ill was made, opened thrullgll the line of the bullet Hte.ul uf thu President 'I'll., hitler', I-i.,,l Hood's Sarsaparllla clues riullcnlly-that which tney nau been imwllllni; witnesses, 1 pe nest ineiiical skill was summoneil md wound. It was found that tho bullet had ,.,.u,,in ,. i,iu fri.,.iui,i.. r ....... " 'l removes mr roots 01 disease. PANDUMONIUM HIJIONHU. ,wll'",n " '",,f f"?1"'1 "'v"rol ''!IT"'"'S reneln.le.1 tl.e stomach. The openlm: in ;, hfl kln,y message nf ,!. dole. ee , , '' """""" t"f"lcl1,H' ,, , . 1"',,t """wil practitioners wcio at the pa- the front wall of the slomnch was an- .1.,. nccnblon of Uueen Victoria d. ,11, " A murmur nrose, spread and swellcl to Merit's side ii... ,.ia .i,i, .nt, ,irr. ..hi..i. ... ' ... . . ,' , ... . n. 1 lorla ""'tl a hum of confusion, .hen grow to a babel .. ,.r,M,,P11, retane ,,, fi xen Iso a search was ado for a role Ir- tl.e b-u-l a-. s ! ,. ', C; f y w 1 A.S 4rA VaII MrripI V of sounds and later to a pandemonium ot i, faculties until placed upon llie uret- wall of the stomach. This wns found -.nl e ,,, gatberng 11 "l 1 ,r 15 A,nc' AlC I OU iTldrnCil f mniK uiiii,- nun sunioi ieiiio an iiiiaesineiic, also closed in the same way. 'i no rurthur All tho new-simpers this mnrnlng pulillsh 1 pou me nrst exnminniinn It wns ns,.r. ccurso r.-r the bullet couiil rot tie discover- lnnir nccnunts frnm tiniTui,, ,i,..rii,lii,r u.. lias contracieii a m,()yunt nml tiounding. Praise him for ud renounced his, ', !,, ,,,1,1, t,u ,,, i ..,. ,t J U lit. (1U1UI, II lltl Its' i Vlllltlllll V t. Bsl,l( 11 UV4 That'H noises. Tho crowds that a moment before hud stood mute and motionless In hewllderd talncl that 011.. bullet had tnken effect In ed although cnreful senr.h was made. Tho t,mpt 011 Presl lent lXli ev's fe 1 Ignorance, of tlm enormity of the. thing t, right l,r,,,st lust below the nipple, abdominal wound was closed without , ,t ! from a oa. r. S nenv with a plnglo Imp.llso singed townrd causing 11 eoinp,ratlvely harmless woi.nl. diiilnage. No Injury to the Intestines or , ,, f the news iVhleir exclle" renewed tho stage of the horrid drama while a The oHir took effis-t In th- abilotn n. other abdominal organs was discovered IIU nl x ,, i.stm.sin, ,,f nVenns to r. . Uoarse ery welled up from a thousand throats and 11 thousand men c lunged for ward to lay hands upon th pi rpetta'or Cf the dastardly crime, For a moment tho confusion was tcrnbl. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "piaests what you eat." The patient stood the operiitle n well, puUti or goon cpiallty rate of i:ii);coiiilltlou at Uio conclusion of the operation wns gratify Ing. Tho result cannot be foretold HIh condition at prcsont Justifies hope of re am! anxious discussion of means lo pro- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you eat." Ptrhnps you ale going to be. ll .si you wnnt Caids of Announcement ln Itatlon. We make n specialty of such work, Free Press Association, Burlington, Vt luughier. ..n.. ii.miiing light und cioning shadow. Praise him foi fresh, cool water bubblins from the ruck leaping In the cascade, soailng In tin mist, falling iu Iho shower, dashing against the rock nnd chipping lis huiuli ln the tempest, l.ove him for the gins, that cushions the earth and ttieclnuds thai curtain the, sky and the foliage that waves In the finest. Thank him for ti Uible to read and a Saviour to deliver. Work, of self i:ninlniitloii. Many f'hrlstlaus tlrnk it 11 bad sign tc ho Jubilant, nnd their woik of self cnni lnatlon Is a hewing tlown of their blight T i'Nu vleni'i 1. I. lie n hoy with a new jnckknlfe, hacking everything he come, amiss, no their self examination Is a rcll not give to his son nt school enough man ey to last him several years, but, as the bills for tuition mid board and clothing and books , mno in, pays them. So God will not give you grace nil at once for the fnturo. but will meet nil your exigencies! ns they come. Through earnest prayer pointed by tho llonorabe ie trust him. lVnple nscrlbe the success of he x ,' n certain line 01 Mi-amcr!. m minimi-. ,,,, linl!i ad demand of 1 1 skill and krciw not the fact that when that 111..1 nsi the esti.te ot 1 ' 1 line of B.eanieis Ml'iited Ijie .1(0 .1.1, ;;i;;ionr,l;,,,M disu 1. ,f d- W proprietor passed the w liu.c .'f each daj 1Jil( .,!. all elainis ,,ii.l Ucmands . 'nl when 11 steamer utarted in prayer to (Jod in off--t then 10. ami six mm:l fr m " n for Its snfetv and tlie success of the line, d.u ." the date hermit being .u w I Vut "ccrythltig in (Id's haiuK and leave M J' Tl V? it there. Large intctesi mone.i 10 pay tend 10 the duties of our.ippi 'in at will soon cit up a farm, n store, nn es tate. nnd the intcrtst 011 borrowed trou- ... ,111 uiuiii e .,1 v.iiw.i.-i 1111,1 hies w ill swamp anybody. huuicient ul n o'clock a. m , on each l.utu the day is the 1 il thereof. CoFjrit-ht, 1901, bouli Klupach, X. V. ltefiiri Oi.' Hunt, "Is .Mickey in oniulitiouV" "He'.- iu line as silk. Ah. Mickey's a grent b'oy'. lie's got sotnelhing up his sleeve that'll astonish all thim other dillTers." "What is it. Ml'ter Pool.m?" "It's ids nr-r-rm. "-.Cleveland Plain Dealer. Zodin' Khan. lib f ral I of I'rnnee, has b.Hti prcinottd bv Ih.- I'reiuli M i.lster nf the liitil'i"!' I" "1 rank ,.1 .m tl.e Old, r of llu 1. it' n of l.. the late resldi nee of the dec, v ' t '' Heilington. In said dlslil.t 11 tl Salurdiiys of Ot toher nnd Mir '1 Pitted this 4th du of pent' HlitAM MI'ltHHiru LINCOLN' VHUKi'l V", H',w3t. Com ni"'sli "i-s. TOO Ml'CH OF IT. Mr. Gnswell- ' These waterless street nwetpers ought io be wealthy me 1 Mr. Diikanc "ougiu tney Mr tlaswcll "Ccrtalnl , si. ' v 1 they raise the dust.'- l'lttsburi: t ' r Telegraph. Mrs. II. P. Von Clove, "the fr t w' o baby born In the Northwest. ' - Hit i'n nnd hearty 1 nd en,lolng life in Mil,-. tlinpoll at llu 1 ue uf Si. . I- ul I I - I I id bind .11 1 1 P n o- -u -i cm mi to .4001I "n Hi. Pur' uu I nod liSUels dcslroys them. I I i,.ii 1 w "i . t nnii! - - 1 1 1 1 1 i ii-i" 1 d 1.1 t 1 . 1'. M ,1' lit I W il'i' ll' ' 1 ' P r 1 ''" il ' ' .1 t il. s '1 p Is II s m ,; yoi n v rbroi I il's' I 1 I tr y i" r 1 i'i 4Ti 1 111 I, 12, Uosstll U. Jt. Cl in 'a ' V .t oskl.