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TlflS BUKJblJNUTON FREE PRFSS : THURSDAY, SEL'TJLMIJKIi 12, iaoi.
CZOLCOSZ'S TRIM. Will be Held in the Local Courts at Buffalo According to Law. CABINET NOT INTERFERING, Stories About Wholosalo Prosecution of Anarchist Londors Untrue Gov eniment Will Aid In Korrntlner Out Czolgosz's Accomplices if Thoro Are Any. Mllluirn House, Buffalo, X. Y., Sept. !. Many sensational reports aro being circu lated about ruMnet action looking In tlio wholesale apprehension and prosecution oC Hmmn Goldman and loaders of anarchist organizations. Tho ureal majority of thc reports In the words of a cabinet ofllcer are "manufactured of whole cloth." The crime of Csiolgnsx Is by law, a locnl offen.'e against a citizen of the I'nltol Mates and his trial will takn place in tho local courts. The ohl request Secretary Hoot has made to the superintendent of police and the district nttorney hue was ono designed to pre-ve nt the would-be us rafkln from being made a hero by - plolUi tion. Mr. Hoot's view In this respei t was i-hiireil by other numbers of the (.illii't and the local authorities hnvo done ovi ry thlng In their power to comply with It. Of course, if Czolgosz had ncrompllros tl.ey will be forfeited out and all the old which the government can furnish wnl be employed but It can be Moled on tho au-l thority of the cabinet etlker that no wholesale proceedings against anarchists aro contemplated. It Is entliely probable that Czolgosz'a1 crime, mill lead to agitation and a croperi demand for an adequate statute to covr' similar mPMilts upi.n the life of the Chlcfi magistrate In the future. But thai U n matter for the future. It has no Inarms' upon the punishment of the wretch who hhot President Me.Klnley. I HAD XO ACCOMPLICES. Buffalo, X. Y., Fept. 9. Czolgosz has mado no additional admissions to the po lice olllclals and nothing they have learned Irom him has elded toward the solution of I tho criminal side of tho case. He still In-' slsts that he alone conceived, planned audi rarrled out tho crime, and ho alone must ' answer for It. I Ho admits that he attended the meetings at which Kmma Goldman spoke, where ho' and fellow anarchists discussed their pro paganda of -nurder, but steadfastly denlid hat Jiiy if them had n hand In his plan. Storle.s thnt the prisoner is wearing out physically and mentally under the strain of his Time and Imprisonment, and ordeal of questioning Is denlrd bv the police who pay there Is no appreciable change In his general condition. Atfonzo Stutz. the German soldier, Is still held In custody but there Is not much prospect of connecting hlm with Czolgoi-z. Stutz Is to oe prosecut d for carrying con cealed weapons. CZOLGOSZ EXAMINED AGAIN. Police Cannot Get Any Trace of a Plot From Him. Huffalo, X Y., Sept. it. Czolgosz, the as. nilluit of President McKlnley, went through another long examination tn-cla.-at the hands of the police offhlals but emerged from It without having addel anvthlng mateilal to their knowledge of Ihe case. The chief effort of the detectives was to draw from the prisoner some ad mission as to his aecompllcis hut he per sistently stuck to his denial. Kvery possi ble device was resorted to In the effort to obtain the Information but the pils ner maintained his position, nnd could not ho shaken. In answer to atifsthms he again went over tho events of Friday and told substantially the same story as In the orig inal confession mado to Supcrrit.-iiilent Hull and District Attorney Penney, czol gosz (arefnlly weighed his answers and when conclusions that he did not upprou. wire taken from his statements, inslstel upon m.iklng explanations of his ijtait meaning. The police have about concluded that mi ire el'leetlvo work on the plot theory can br done outside, although Czolgosz will probably have another expei leni : with th third degree of polli e. craft to morrow. The general investigation of the case progresses slowly because the men on It must cover a large amount of preliminary giound before they do effective work. Ac cording to the local authorities the police of th- country know verv little about the anarchists. It Is b'lloved that both Kmma. doldman nnd Julius Schwab will be de tained by the police whenever they aro found. Superintendent Hull said tn-nlght that they had accounted for Czolgosz for the six works that preceded his anival here. Czolgosz Is still kept secluded and the detectives arc the only ones who havo access to him. Ho Is still strong nnd healthy and eats with a will. Knowledge of the condition of tho President Is kept from him. He knew on Friday night the President was Mill alive but has been given no Informa tion since then. CZOLGOSZ'S STATEMENT, j He Avows Himself an Annrchtst nnd Doclple of Emma Goldman. Tho statement if Leon z .inosz made to the police, truns. rlbe.l and signed by the pilsouer, Is as follows. 1 was born In Detroit nearly 29 years iatf tho OCflO OUST There aro more clothes rubbed out by using soap thmn two worts out. GOLD DUST WMhM clothes betUr and is much loss exponslvo than soan. It dotw not injure thu moit dolicato fabric and requires only half the labor that soap does. It will clean poU, pin, dUhe, floors, furniture anything about th house. Sand tar our FREE booktt, " Goldan Rolen lor Houwfork.' THE H. X. PJURIiAHt SOMPllfr, ugo. My parent were Husslan Poles. They came here 42 years ngo. 1 got my educa tion In tho public schools of Detiolt and then wont to Cleveland, where 1 got work. In Cleveland 1 rend books on socialism nnd met a great many socialists. 1 wan pretty well known ns a socialist In tho West. After being In Cleveland for scv- trnl years 1 wont to Chicago, whero 1 re mained several months, after which I went to Xewhurg on the outsklrtn of Cleveland, and went to work In the Xew hurg wire mills. "During tho last live yrnr.i 1 have had nr friends anarchists In Chicago, Cleve land, Detroit and other Western cltlce, and 1 suppose I beenmo more or less bit ter. Yes, I know 1 was bitter. I never had much luck nt nnythlng nnd this prey ed upon me. It made me morose nnd en vious, but what started tho crnze to kill was n lecture I heard some little time ago by IJmmn Goldman. Hire was In Cleveland nnd 1 and other anarchists went to lusnr her. She got mo on lire. Iler doctrine that all rulers should ho exterminated was what set me to thinking, so thnt my head nearly split wiui tho pain Mls Gold man's words went right through me and when 1 left the lecture 1 had made up my mind that 1 would have to do something heroic for the cause I loved "KIght days ago while 1 was In Chlcngo, I rend in a Chicago paper of President McKinley'H visit to the Pan-American ex position nt nulTalo. That day 1 bought a tP ket for HulTalo and gi t here with the determination to do something, but I did not know Just what. 1 thought of shoot ing the President, but I bad not formed a plan. "I went to live nt KITS Hro.rdwny, which Is a saloon nnd hotel. John Xownk, n Pole, a sort of politician, who has led his people for years, owns It. I told Xow.Oc that I came to see the fair lie knew nothing about what was setting me craz. I went to the exposition grounds a ceuplo of times a da Xot until Tuesday morn ing did the resolution to hoot the PrcM dent take a h"lil of me. It was In my heart; there was no escape for me t could not have connuere-el It had my life been at stakr There were thousands of people in town on Ttu Mini 1 heard it was President's day. All those people seemed bowing to the gnat ruler. 1 mado up mv mind to kill thnt ruler. I bought a Slf.e-nllhro reM.lver and loaebd It. On" Tuesday night 1 went to the f-ilr grounds and was near the railroad gale when the presidential party arrived I tried to git near him. but the police forced me baek. Thcv forced everbody bnck so that the treat ruler cnulel pass. I was close, to the President when he got Into the grounds, jut was afraid to atti rnpt the as. sasslnatlon, because there wife so many men In th" bodyguard that w. itched him. I was not afraid of them or that 1 should get hurl, but afraid 1 might be seized and that my chan. would In gone forever. Well, he, went away that time and 1 went home. On Wednesday I went to tho grounds and stood right near the Presi dent, right nnd-i him near the stand from which he spoke. "I thought half a dozen times of shoot ing while he w is speaking, but I could not get close -nmiirh 1 was afraid I might miss, and then the great crowd was always Jostling and 1 was afraid lest mv aim fall. 1 waited until Wednesday, ni'd the President got Into his carriage n 'In and a lot of men wi r- about hlin and form ed a e-oidon th.it 1 could not get throm-h. I was tossed al n it bv Ihe trowel anel my spirits were -"ttl'ig pretty low. 1 wns al most hopeless th it night as J went home. Yi sterdav morning I went again to the ex position grounds. Kmma Goldman's speech was st'M burning me up. I waited near the centnl entrance for the Presi dent, who ,vas to hoard his special train from that gate, but the' police allowed no boelv but the President's party to pass out while the 'rain walt'il. So 1 stayed at the grounds all dav waiting. "During .'ester lay I llrst thought of hid ing my pistol under my handkerchief. 1 was afraid if 1 had to draw It from my pocket I would be soleel by the gunrds. I got to the Tenipb of Music the first ono and waited at the spot where the reeep tlon was to be luld. Then he came, iho President the ruler and I got in line and trembled and trembled until I git right up to him and then I shot him twlcn through my white hnndkerchlef. I would have llrcel more, but I was stunned by a blow In the face a frightful blow that knocked me down, and then everybody Jumped on me. I thought I would be kill eel and was surpilsed the way they treat ed me." Czolgosz ende'd his story In litter exhaus tion. When he hail about concluded be was asked. "Did you really mean to kill the Pte-sldent?" "1 did." was the cnlel-blooded reply. "What was your motive; what good could it do?" hei wis aske-el. "i am an anarchist. I am a disciple of I'.mma Goldman. Her weirds sit nn on fire-," he ri plied. "I deny that 1 have hail an accomplice at any time. I don't re gret my net, because 1 was doing what I could for the great cause-. I am not con nected with tin Peterson group, or with thos anarchlsti- who sent Hrescl to Italy to kill 1 1 umhei t. 1 hail no confidants: no one to help mo. I was alone absolutely." THE ASSASSIN'S HOME LIFE. Czolgosz Had Boon Looked Upon an a Harmless Kind of Youth. Clove lard. O., Sept. 9 Those who havo known I'zi.lgosz lu this city are surprised thnt he had the nervo to execute his crime. Shortly after coming to this city, 5 years ago, Leon's father starleel a solemn, in the rear of which was a small bullillng useel as a rendezvous and muting plaeo for a dozen or tlfteen men who called themselves Anarchists. Leon was too young to be a member of that gang, but he was n great listener to the harangues that these men Indiilgtel In. Leon worked In a rolling mill for si ver al years, but the work was too hard fi.r ldm and he left to go on his father's fium. Lung trouble developed, ami this soon ln capiii Rated him from doing the severe work of agrh nluiial bf. . and ho finally in came more or Ics of an idler, ranking his ("mpurlun.j I rci'lv i mong children, Willi win .Hi I' M' ,t ,, nt.r part of his I i' 1st ' u p. .me and became W ! I I 1' Th I . t delinlte Information from hlm wii" a letter received from est Senc. n, rmwtm I 111! IMWMWaaeJHI.M twine Oo ytmm vxwkt" Coiowo, St. Uok, York, Bmton. Weak Women Are Mado Strontf By Dr. WNllruni' Pink PUli for Palo People. Mm. Grace Campbell, of 801 Logan Ptroet. Grand Hapldf, Michigan, re lates tuo following itory : "The birth of my flMt child, left ma in a deplorable) condition. My tf i torn ttbi broken down ana I ufferd from Bpnoral debility, Mr appetite failed me and the inoat delicate and inviting food failed to tempt me. I waithlnnnd pnlo. and had neither euorgy nor Ambition. My case had been growing ateadlljr worio for two years. I had used iCTeral ao-calltd remedioi but win not benafltcd. "Id tho summer oflKw, 1 was vlilt tng In Ludlngton, Mich., and there lcarncdof the wonderful cures effected tur Pr. Wllllamf Plpk riil for PaU People. I tried the mils and bad not ffnlibedono box before I lilt much better. I oontlnned them throrgrti the year and too result vros a perfect cure. I am no longer nervoua nor rheumatlo and have more than re gained my loit floih. I certainly recommond theptlla toall women." Signed Mn. Grace Cami'Iikli,, Subscrlbod and sworn to before mo this Selthduy of July, 1000. BSAL 13, F. IlAnEWDSP.S, A'cfory i-ufcllc. Atnlldrufulitii oreSlrect from Dr. Wll. llxnii Me-ellolrio Co.. ftclienectndr, N. Y. Jt'r!co 50c. per box; A boxes f2.S0. X. y written on July 15. Thnt was writ ten to the secretary of a fraternal soi ie ty In Cleveland and was for the pniposo of palng his monthly assessment. Ho far as bis folks anel Irlends know, he lias hfi n nowhere clso than in West Si-neea sltuo that elate. Among lils own brothers and sisters Czolgosz was conslelere d 'strange." nnd a sister-in-law not long ago commented upon his "childish conduct." ' Ills recent letters to his family inillcnl- . ed nothing unusual In his line of thought. I Recently the farm which hl father owned a few miles Fouthwer.t of this city was sold ar.d Leon's share of the proceeds arc still retalni-d by his father waiting for the m to be claimed by the son. Ilecnuso of bis ehlldlsh conduct, his patent.s paid less attention to him than would otherwise have been the case, and Leon being of a sensitive temperament probably felt It deeply. EMMA GOLDMAN. TUB ANARCHIST. Kmma Goldman camo to this country i7 years ago from a little town In Rusda, whero her father was a tailor. She went to Rochester, N. Y., and wns married to a man named C.ruencbaum. Then she met Louis Hcrnsteln, an anarchist, who took her to New York. She dropped her hus- band's name, and became an advocate of anarchy in Its most bloody and do-p, r.Uo form5 Late'r on she took up with Ilerkmann. who shot Henry C. Frlck and when he was arrested she started on a lecture tour t raise funds for his defenco. She was nr. re-teel In Baltimore, and on her releas- went to Pittsburg to see ilerkmann. She cot Into serious -rouble when -he made an Incendiary address at a meeting of the unemployed at Cnlon Square en August 21. I KM for which she was sentcne- eel to a year on lllnckwell's Ilnnel. A shorthand report of her speeeh was Intro- duced at tho trial. In this she said:- "You want bread, but who will give It to you? No one will give It to you. If y it want It sou must take it. Organize ami go and .lemand what you want, and. if it M not er ien then take I he forre . If von take bread alone it will not help you much. Take everything. March to the ala es of the enpltallsts and demand our rights. and If they are not given to ye n take them v force Vol. w llbe al "acko. bv the mRl" liaand the pol oe ! V b" " te. de-fend vour-elves with sticks and stone It isr w tlio wo know that the pol e e ,-o wi h wcapons in, wo also kno where, , ho weanons are to be ohfilned We nre llv Ing In a time Aw " wi mi'it act Now that you Umiw what yoiM ave to do pr - pare yourselves Alav anaichv live'" mma Coldman l M,Z about hlrty-flve vears old When she camo to Anierlcn a grshe'wa's Anther preurwith ela7k 'hair nud flashing eyes. Tho life she has hem leading, however, has blotted out rill rt her voutbful chnrnis Her eves still t-lenm ut It Is the tin ui it is inn unnatural gleam put mere liquor. Her faro and figure are bloated from tho same cause. She lives on tl e cheap fame which has come to hoc from anarchistic speeches. The police believe that she will not remain long In hiding. They think thnt she will soon be boasting openly of her lnfluenco over tho President's would-bo assassin. FIRE AT MONTPELIER JUNCTION. Station Entirely Destroyed Severnl Cars Burnod or Damaged. Alontpeller, Sept. 9.- The station at Alont p.iier Junction was entirely do-troyeel by llro this evening. Tho llro caught from spaks from an engine at about ";30 p. m. tZllKnlPllLr" C"h,??:1? scattering the tiro In every diri-ctlon. Tho entlro equipment was de-stroyel In cluding four loaded freight cars, one load, e-d with hay anil the others partly loaded with granite. Several other cars wc. o damaged, Tho station agent lost his householil goods. The loss Is estimated at 2,U All of tho wires are res nr.' down for Alontpeli, r nnd Hairo ept one to Hurllngton and ono to Res. e nc loll An alarm was rung In nt Alontpeller and !efflnoser,vl.'cr,,,V.a::e0:1,lr,i, bMt i.'011"1 - vaco cc7p I 1, d ' , 'VT'-f "iV. TherV has In en I1' n' ' 'L B nuhZ "tl""", "I see no need for the call of an extra-, n0 '"vision In the eounclls at any tlm- ami plo from the city went over to the lire. Lr(llnliry ,,, jury. The grand Jury T1! om',hlls '"V- tended the . fforis MILL RURNKD AT MONTUOMKR V, row In session composed of Amerlcnn cltl- llf he others nnd all have Jolmd In car Montgomery Centre, Sept. 9.-Neson zens will undoubtedly take care of tho !";llllR 0111 the masterly work d.mo by Dr. Hall & Co'b. in,rge butter tub and box fac-1 would be assassin and tho authorities of i1"11 '""ncdlntely following the shooting, tory was burned tu the grojnd on Satur-'Krlc county, will for nntlv.i pride makt a ' ''"'erring to this to-dav one of tho day, the loss rclng estimated at ).".,0ej ur vigorous prosecution. Unless rjov. Odell ' '.ri sl,r'nt ussoeiates who was pte-ent in MI.CCO. The Insurance Is ieporte.1 to bo If asked to intcrfero, I seo no reed ot his ,nf' 0Porntlon sa d Dr. Mann displayed his ?1S,0. Thu tiro start.sl near the boiler lulling an extraordinary term or depute-1 eonsuiriiuato skill and calmness by going house) In some unknown ni,inucr nnd lug an asslsttnt nttorney goneral to n,)n,''' n'''V'',''a,,l.nn "'', lf ' 10, lmlll'nt "llH H read very rapidly, tho whole plant being ' prosecute." cM', w" 1 n MKhl complaint. And yet coiihumed in a short time. In the olllco When nsked ns to the enacting of legls-1 M,Hlln h"8 ,B,",r" '"Id a frjend that wan a very valuable reduction ef r.uo Intlon against nnarcJilMs ho said- w lien he- realUed the duty before hlm nl- st mps, thu .irtperty of Chailes 'C. Nelson, I "I hav not thought much on tho mat-l '"".'l . ,ul P""'ornted hundreds or op. una these wero elestroycd. From 75 to :) ter. What has disturbed me hus la-en to '',.lt, " ?f ll"riitomy ' he would havo sac. lands were employd bv tho film It is Imd a reason for even aiiarclilts to attack 1 r.m. "" llp P050''.! to have escaped the expected IhM the olont will he r...nllt. I PROMOTION FOR A RUTLAND PRIFST j Rutland. Sept. 10,-Ri-v. R. J, Cnhlll. who was for b-omo time curate of Bt Titer's rev::,.!,lmSnoP? ,Sr !..., " '.ro!.n bishop e f thu dloccso, , appointment "or ottC S?, nhiini. in sturi i.ii.i.i .,, .... ....... . Therlen. This Is a ell'stlnct promotion 'hut , Father Cnhlll will endeavor to have ,h,, 1 appointment annulled, prefciring to ie- , be"tleman and In ecry eiuergoncy In protracted visit of tho consulting physl miiln curate of Rutland rather than be. V'.. "o could act ho has been a filend clnns who remained almost two hours and romti a rector In Sprlnglleld, Ho Iuih br-en . . . "iji.i. .... inmw no oe tins wns increased ny tne nniiounivmeni 1 hero two years and Is Immensely p,spular 1 "'ji'.'J vi ii M'.V' 'J' niuii-e.-l.ir.ti;.?" , the official bulletin Issued Junt before with all tho citizens of Rutland. If tho ap- ,1, ".. '" ' ,0-l1a' ''eelhied with midnight thnt 11 slight Irritation of the. polntment Ih not annullml he will beg ! ,1 !imV. Ti""! l,l,l...n,l"',0,l l?. He" tcrlor tvoup.l. discovered only to-nlgnt , his duties In fii.rlnclleld Kunelav. Hln do. I 1.. ' xposllloii, He said : "1 elo not believe, had necessitated tho opening of a few, nn........ ...ill v.. ' .I... even lllOUgU I lini Sliro Or the. I're-Sll eilt's e.llelw.a .if .1,,, ,n,.l Albert H. Voder, formerly t.resldent of ... . . - -- 1nce1111cs University, hus been nnnolnlurt ! pre fessor of pedagogy In tho Unlvrrfclty of ashlngton. Allston, Mass, r ..,., 1 .... . . . . . 1, wun 11 se-veio ai aci. or rheuimitltin, and was unablo to walk. Af. er applying your Kllxlr a few times I heonnie entirely we II. I can recommend P us th'i best liniment I have e-ver seen Respectfully yours. , illfafa U M. feTOUliWIiLL.. j OUT OF DANGER President's Physicians and Surgeons Speak With out Reservation. ROOSEVELT Believes no Extraordinary Grand Jury Will be Necessary to Prosecute the Would-be Assas sin Cannot Understand Why McKinley Was Attacked Refuses the Guard of a Se cret Service Man President Took Food by Natural Means Yesterday No Members of the Cabinet Have Been Allowed to See Him May be Moved to Washington Inside of Three Weeks. j nnffalo, X. Y Sept. 10. -The corps of eminent surgeons and phyelclan.e In nt- tendance upon the wounded 1'rcsldont to- i,nv foininlttfel themselves without reser- Vntion to the opinion that their patient .lf! m,t f danger and thnt only the pos- slblllty of complications threatened his Mfl. .j.hey ,,ia ,',ot Klvt. asMirnnce of his ,,.oov, rv p.dlectlvelv over their signatures j,, all nlllclal bulletin. That was nviro than could bo asked in renson Hclcntllie mpn no nmtter how strong their cmivlc- totlf, mlght be. could not he expccteel to assume the grave rcsponslhllltj of olllclal- iv proclnlmliigthe certainty of thereon ery f a m., yB on a bed of pain with a bullet hole In his stomach. Rut they went lt nnK way toward it Individually and sop- nrat.-ly during the day, each' ol them, with the exception of Dr. Rlxey, who did not leave the Mllburn residence pine. el himself square ly on record not privately to the friends it the President but publicly through the agency of the press, that tho danger point had passed and that the President would survive the attempt upon his life. "Of course we will all feel easier when " week has passed." said Dr. McHuimy, th'- dean of the corps. "We would like to every door locked anel double locked but the danger flom possible complua- Hons Is now remote." As an evidence of the siipieme faith ho holds. Dr. McP.urney. after the mondig o.msultatlon made a trip to Niagara Kails "nil this evening returned to New Y.uk. He could reach here again In ten hours It the unexpected shnulel happen ar.d He re. t-bould he a change for the worse. The "tile pl.ee of lead In the muscles of tho hack Is giving the physicians no concern whatever. Pnless R should prove troirt.le- ".mo to the President later on he proba . hly will carry this grim souvenir of f e nnarenisi wun mm in mo enu or ins uioi. onc steel ' "n "ociors say uiai once It can elo no tinrm, I housanels of men are to-day walking the earth In pcifcct health with much '"rr clll"lks ot l'i"1 their bodies. The N-rny maeldne Is ready for Instant us., however, and f there is the s Ig htest in- llammatlon or pain in the vicinity of the- hull, t, an operation will be performed. Vlce-P. cslde nt. meml.e'rs of the cub- '"et, Senator l anna and the other e Mill- KtHMiM friends e.f the ITeMdent who have remained l,e to await the Lsue a.-.e,...'.! the verdict of the physicians to-da as practlcallv conclusive and .hero was an exodus of those who considered thdrpres- " '; necessary. Senator H.inna "t'iincd to Cleveland on business to-day l" ho Bm'' ,,wo, lla5'f. CnnlPti oiler Dawes went bnck to asnlngton to-night. Ahn.r M. KInley, the President s brother. ..,....,,, i,. , lull I i iii.iill .1 en im,ir iinihi i ..in inn mm- llv have returned home and Airs, Duncm and several other relatives of the Prrsi- dint have gone. Judge Day, long closely associated with the Pt cedent returned to Canton this afternoon The live m. mhtrs of the eablnet still here will remain a few -las, rather as friends who have been intlmatelv associated with the Prosideiu for years than as puhllc ollicials. INTRRVIKW WITH ROOSlvVKLT. le-e-Pr sldeni Itoosev.lt left the , u- to- night at 9:30 for Oyster Bay perfectly con- fldent that tho President will recor. S' coiUlelent was hu, In fact, that when a tjucstlon of doubt was put to him ho ans- w.rcd .t with a p.ur. He was ,is;,d l)o yuu remember tint President far- n v" Tar ten .iaysVnd that then Just when he was ready to get out he col - lapsed and llnnlly died?" C'ulck as thought tho Vice-President answered: "Ah! Hut you forget twenty years of modern surgery, of piogiess. From what 1 cbii learn also the Oat field wound win u . I ,i. , ' V Men AIcK n . b M I Vn.M w rccoVcr d I believe It so thoiotighly that I leave here to-night." Questioned us tho mode of procedure si 'a man llko President McKinley. Here, ls the one country where they aro allowed perfect freodom of speech. Here tho TT ls m 1 B"ueu lrom tarmcr Fclf mndu' Here ls a man .who has 'vht'h hmay mitoo outV , na pr,,rt. , L.WW ,a r? " I'liltcd States to-day lias as lariro an' i"nC"!',.t..ot l"a "i",1",,"8 Mr Mo'hjley. Jn "dd'tmn ho Is a klr.dly dlspoFed Christ- lonvillinceiice mat It would be enllrelv L'rl'.l.,e!'..f.or mo ,n tnli' 1,m. 'n npy of the. irmi iiieee. e enmr. iai-i. ui,En .e- i, ... . ".-"'. n .. matter of duty bolh to the President Hnd 10 rno peopio una not for ple-isure." When the Vice-President stepped out to the sidewalk to na to tlm iin,,,r i,,,,,t a secret service detective ttnppe.t up nloiig I ". . . . . ' "' "" "."I' 1. .. n Hido or hlm, lie turned around when hl fount! the man following hlm nnd said ' "I do not want you to follow me I don't I need nnv nnn n.,.11 Then to the newsnaner nu... win. 11... 1,.. nddc 1 I ,im sorry to sav th it In O ic Uay poilfc0 xorBa la uot laiuo tuouuh toj HAS LEFT. prmlt of the assignment of men to guard me and If I get u-ed to It up le ro they might hive to lucre ise tho foi e e ow t there at the e'xpensc of the poor tn.xiny- ers of which I am one," and tin n ho laughed most heartily. ,vr.vt)r m.-crtvii VTrvr' rnw D'' ' RIX I KRATIM, lOW- Tim President's physicians have b en Impressed with his remarkable ro'Miper. nilve powers and the rapidity of his lui- lirovcment. Ordinarily an iru islon for sue h on operation us was performed upon the ' hlef e..e.( utivc shook' hrnl within tlueo weetes but In the President's enso It may Urong enough for hlin to he move d a little, sooner. Tho President will be taken direct to Uashlngton as soon as It is salo '" ''.IIV . '"' i i " itbln the sick room ninny evidences of the r resilient f Implement were nppir- rut. The 1 res e cnt himself 1 (Ran to show "ntirleiice In his ability te, rare for him- --If a " ' trom time to time he would '""" 'IU t in himself and gain a more retfi r sltlon. osterd.ry he took t bo precaution to ask if he might be pi imit- ;! te. move lull to-da, ! clianfred his '''V'.'""0' " volition, without dllTi- " t. Tho niirses nnlurady observed with "e those eMdences ot growing strength ' I 17 I! that t here was no undue tax on the Prc-I.lcnt's R tl e, the straining of the wound, Hiese fd Kht movements from side- to sld- ; that ho has ntt-mpted thus fir, ;'n'l 's too enily jet to think of his s t- ting tip In bed or halng any other marked e oi ms mur-c ni, A mos Impo tan t development of the " " tho pr Ivab e dote,-,,, nn t ion reachcl -"nong tl e In .hnrgo of the ease that d s ho Hi he admlnls eied to the patient to i oi ion liy the mouth am! not by -ho Ned since the ' '""""iih ' morsel of lood been given to the PrcsMont i.y natural means, but the drain .n his , "'" ' '"!? .'"V" u. n" """ 'V mjeciion nils has been " rcrloel of four -lavs of fasting from or- ' r mea.iso iioiirlshment and reiw will he the Huh day. The impnrt .n o " this feeding bv the mouth is ,, )t 'l 1 restore the normal action "f the stom- Xxh": ,7r8nn 1 "Ul ' """s Pierecel l,v a bull. t. Thu "'to," are satlslled that the lime has ;'re"e; ZU ,p frlr dns which have elapsed s n-e "ZVVnrTZVL': r'" " h.. assuranee that the sutures aro to allow na.uie to re- sumenerswa . UICID RfLKS IN SICK ROOM, .... , AU1,",,'1;( house was fairly emhow- ered with l owers lo-dav. sent ei .i,e,w - - n- fMHUthv and gratitude, none of tho ""'V,'"'."0',1 hle.ssoms wre taken to the 1 residents chamber. The most rigid sis. ,rm ' simplicity pn vails thrro and seiul- m(n ls "t allowed to qualify the stern requirements of the case. The only per- w'ns "dmlttcd to the sick room to-day "tin r than the .looters anel attenelanls, w'rr Jlrs- HcKlnley nnd Secretary Cortel- AUhough pronnunceil nut of danger no member of the cabinet has yet been with- ' tl-e sick room, nor has the Vlre-Presl- ''' '' or those closest to the conliileiu e of the President, such as Senator Hnii'ia i,ni' Judge Day seen him to-day. Hut these restrict Inns e -tabllslied by the dnc- nr!t mereiv for the snko of encourng '-',' very, particle of energy In iho'pntlcnt .'1,11'1 'Platlves .mil irlends alike accept the 1 rK-oioiis pulley as decldi'dlv for the best. Secretary Cortelyou si es the President much as the doctors and nurses do. There Is pve.r a breath of busbies,,, public or rV!t'. and at no time has there been tho -"lightest refer, nee to anything connected w th the Prcslele-nt's dllHe - P"t,ire of Dr. AicRnrnoy led to "xrwMons ot pleasure from tho.e within l" ,Dm i'1" uciinenitions of so ' ..eue.-oi uueuirs nan ueen inniKe-ii i 1 !m"' espnns bl Iti' oi operaung upon the President of tho United States. A SLIGHT SCARE. Irritation of tho President's Ex- torlor Wound Discovered-Given Hoof Ju.ee to Swallow. Mllburn. linns,., liurfnlo. M. V Sent in - Lato tp-nlglu the-re was a slight scare at the .Mllburn residence caused by the A..,,.U i 11... l,..llniu ,.l,lnl, .11 .1.,, doctors signed this Irritation was attrlhut. is nocureall it only cures the ailments of ajyeary woman 1 1 Mns, Frank CAnmn, 3 Merrill Strcot, Amenbury, Mass, This tot ton Bhoultl carry Faith and Conviction to thoHoarts of all Sick Woman " I sulTorcil with indnmmntlon nnd falHnff of tlio womb nnil other tll.s- agreeable femnle weaknesses. I huel bail spells every two weeks that would ..V.. . . .. Inst from eiffht to ten days nnd would have to g-o to bed. I also had head ache and backache most of tho titno nnd such bearing- down pains I eonlil hardly walk neruss tho room nt times, I doctored nearly all the time for nbout twer years anel seemed to prow worse all th'c time until last September I was oblig-eel to take my bed, nnd tho di.etori thought an operation was the only thing that would help me, but this I refused to have done, "Then a friend advised me to try the I'lnkham meelicine, which I did, anel ntlcr uslujf the first bottle I began to improve. I took in nil five bottles of Lydia K. Pinkham's Ulood Purifier, four boxes of Lydia U. Pinkham's Dry Form Compound, three boxes of Liver 1'ills anel uscel three packages of hana- .! i r ri i live ..ami, uiii. i uiu or, i.uu imw tin l ever was. I am more than thankful every day for mv cure." Mr?. Kr.ANlv CAIlTF.lt, 3 Merrill St.. Arnesbury, Mass. $5060lJ''J''l'h't't,mo- ed to the fact th it a sin.it fragment of the President's rout had been carri. d Into (he hoelv bl' the liollet nnil nt.li.nir.li (ViiJ . i . . m i.. Jiinge arson wrote tne cpiiilem which f agll . subst.inee was remneel a slight ,ln, 1)f.n ronf.urrrd 111 by the rther mem disturbance developed which mad n.-es- hers of the court. P. It. notion .-.ml u- it sary the opening of the wound. The doetors si ek to allav all apprehen sion l. the positive' statement that thl.i incident cannot give rise to other compu tations and llieir frankness Is giving the news to the public leaves no reason to question thelrnllre gooel faith. The fur ther fact e'ommunlcateil In the bulletin that the President was well enough to be ein taking nourishment In the mouth In the form of pure beef Juice was. of course gratifying but to the Injmen the nvrn mention of a complication, however slight It micht be, naturally credit-d alarm It seemed like a little cloud on the horizon which might grow nnd sprcael. Rut the most r-'Plllve assurances were given that the onlv effect might be to slightly d.lay the healing of the wound. The Irritation was not In any way the result even of a suggestion of blooel poisoning the physic ians declared over their own Flgnatur.s. that It could not result In I'ompllcat Ions. Tho opening of the wound was In no sense nn operation. Several of th" stitch es were simply taken out and after a thor- ntigh antiseptic washing of the Inllnniei) tissue the wound wns again s-wed up No nnnesthelle s were necessary. Conslderab o delay was caused by the fact that a cer- tain dressing desired bv the surgeons was not In the house and It was necess.ry to send Into the city for It. The llrst tlmo the messenger returned he did not hive' what was wanted and ho had to make an- other trip. After the bulletin was ls ssueel siecretary -n came to th.. e oneiyou nnri ,ir ."upinirn came' to tin. press tent to dispel any alarm that m ght have aiien with poplthe assurances .-f tho unimportance of the In, I. lent Keeienrv Corl.-lvou announeed tb.it tbere would not be anntber ceinsiillnllon ..nlll nmrnliif? Af- ter this all was quiet at the Milt urn heilpe. Dr. Rlxey anil Dr Wn-dln remaln'-d en duty throughout the night. THE LATEST BULLETIN. Some Irritation of the Tissues Appear About the Outor Wound Physicians Say There ls no Danger, Rnlletln MUhurn House, Ruffaln. Sept. in. Th. following bulletin wns issueel by the President's physicians at 10:30 p. m.: The. condition ol the President Is un changed In all Important particulars. His temperature Is HOC tin. :'-. pulse, 111; resplra- When Hie operation was none on I- rlelay last It was noted that the bill et hael cur- rled with It a shoi t distance bene-nth tho skin a piece' of the President's coat. This foreign material was of courre removed, but a slight Irritation of the tissues was produced, the evidence of which, has ap peareel only to-night. It has been neces sary nn account of this slight disturbance to remove a few stitches and partially nntn tlin skin wniinri. This hp d.Mit mil- open tho skin wound. This incident can not give rise to nth. r complications, but it Is communicated to the public as the Mirgeoiis In attendance wish to make their bulletins entirely frank. In consequence nf this separation of the edges of the sur face wound the healing of the same will be somewhat delayed. The President Is now well enough to begin to take nourish mcnt by the mouth In tho form of pure beef Juice. (Signed). P. AI. RIXKY, M. D. MANN, ROSWF.LL PARK. HKRMAN AI YNTF.R, CHAS. AI'Hl'RNKy. GEO. R. CORTKLYOU, Sec. to the Pres. PLAINTIFF HAS RESTED. Court Making Progress in tho McGov- em Cnso-City Court Decisions. Montpelier, Sept. 9 In County Court to- , , , . L , . . day the crcts-e xamlnatlon of the plaintiff In the ci.se of A iCoveru vs. Hay! ami ,V', V?, n5.' 'V:.; Daniel Hnydcn, who In 17 lived near tho place of th-3 accident, was called lo the stand and tcstllleel .is to the distance tho tvr.lt. inn before stopping. Mr. Ilostwick, who assisted Dr. Jacobs the night i.fter the accident, told cf Air. McOnniu's groans and what ho did for hlm. Dr. .Mc. ('ulrc told of his treatment of and exam lniillon.s of Air. Alcf.overii and of Ids con. iiitlou then nnd now. Alontpeller, Sept. 10. In County Court to-day In tho AlcCiovein vs. Hays and Kmlth the plnlntllf hurried the rest of his witnesses through nnd nt about 3:00 1 11 tho alttriiDon resteel his ease' lor the present, Alembeis of his famlh tcstllleel ns to his health before and after the nceidtnt and to his treatment. Witnesses from Rich- mon.l told ot his condition immediately after the accident It being according to them a scml-cousclous 0110 In which his, only manifestations were with regard to ' pain. Air. AlcGovern hlmclf took the .stand URiiIn to Illustrate his manner ot wearing 11m uuiiaie. uvercoav at me urn.. 01 mo nc- and Ki.l the .September avcrag s of tho last lielent. He lie inoiifltratcd to tho Jury the ton years. way he pulled the collar down and threw 1 Kivc of the more Important apple grow It open to look up the track when he near, ing .stales report nn Improvement In con ''' the missing. Mltlon during August such Improvement riio direct testimony of the defence will amounting to 1 point in Indiann. two In Piuiiui. y inn.' aooui iiireo .inys nuu then tho plaintiff will probably uso about nil of his witnesses again In rebuttal. The de. ftndants allege Intoxication of AicfJoveni ns tho cause ef the accident, they claim ing ho was grossly careless owing to the influence or inpinr. Attorney Henry Hal lard of Riiiilniiton has withdrawn ev,.m tho case. He had been insisting tho plain- tiff in city court this morning lu the case of llrnjamlu Arbuckle s, Alb hail Travels.. the pl.ilnlllT obt,iliu-d Judgnient of ?2; ., auU tosU by defuulu lu thu cuao ot W, P.. Terrlll vs. C. A. Hrown Judgment was for plaintiff by default In J.H.87 and costB, The case of George II, Whitney vs. . If. Goodttle was heard anel Judgment given for plaintiff In K1.37 and costs. In the caso of Oeorgo Jt. Lawrence vs. Hlnghnm Mar vin. Judgment was given for plaintiff by default In $J5.00 and costs. RAILROAD WON, Supremo Court Doclslon Rognrdlntr a Rutland Railroad Mllonge. Mimtpellcr, Hept. 1ft. The Supreme Court has recently handed down a decision In tho Cnlnlonln. eollntv case of D. I'" ttod..n is. 1 the Rutland Railroad Co., nfflrmlng tho Judgment of tho County Court In favor of the defendant to recover Its costs ' he caso griw out of a mistake made by tho ticket teller of the railroad, who wrotn upon a mlleaKO ticket purchased by the . plaintiff at tho Hurllngton station In Ntiember, 1S97, the name of A. K. Holdon , Instead of'D. F. Molden as the person cn - tilled to ttso of tlekct. The plaintiff, who resides) In Hardwlck, used the tl'ket once, but upon a second trip from Hurllngton to liullniid tho conductor refused torcelvo the mileage In payment of rare and caused the arrest of the plnlntllf and a trial was had before a Justice of tnc peace In Rut land upon n complaint charplng tho plain tiff with evading payment of fire. Hol ed n was aeljudge-d guilty,, was fitted two dollars anil costs, but upon appeal to tlm i.uiiaiiii i.oiiniy nun me coiopiiiieie. wis tiiti-,. iiiuii ei n-iit, uuii ill-mill I i-i iiiiia 1'e,.wil:,l '""R"d- MA Mini riniHin r-n lift theie-upon commenced suit against the rallioad, through his attorney, K II. Deavltt of Montpelier, claiming dam.iges ot The ease went to tho Supremo e'ourt on a demurrer being fllrsl to tho derlnratlon, but tho Supreme Court ele- el e,i that the declaration was Insufficient and remnnde.l the cas" to tho County Court for tilal on tho merits. The rasp was tiled at eounty court at St. .Tnhnsbury, In Jane, liO), when r'hlef Jurhro T.ift dlrtctcd a verdict fe.r the defendant, it appealing that the mileag- ticket was ptiri'hnscr! by the plnlntlft with money oh- taineel from a ticket broiler In Hatdwlek, fur whom the plaintiff bought the ticket, 't nlso appuned that th broker ha I w-ltton the name of Rosb Holdon, tho 1 1 ii. n.-. member of the plaintiff s family entitled to ",h ticket. The Supreme Court In affirming the Judg. mrnt holil thnt tho artlon was i.ronrlv i i.. . .i . .L eM-i.mn. iI4 jianie m in" pin.ei.ll, us 1L '"'.Id be brought either In the name of tho vm-'lpnl or agent, hut that it was subject n u'c same defenses wh-n brought In the """ of the principal. That the writing on ihe ticket without the consent of the l ,i i! i . ..Tl wns a material alter.itio i of the mrai t and rendered It void ami tho tl' It- ..,,,. ,: , ,'i.i,r . ' .,.... . ' ' . . . Hutton of Mlddlobury wre. attorneis for the railroad and were assisted by Harry Rlodgctt of St. Johnsbury- INJUNCTION AGAINST LIQUOR AGKNT. St Albans, Sept. 10. Chancellor John W. Rowell of the Supreme Court, has on the pravr of the city attorney. Issued an In- binetion restraining Alderman C. P. I'nm. mlngs from purchasing any more liquor for the city liquor agency, restraining Agent L. A. Curtis from receiving anv !!'r l;a"yr P'Tcnaseu ii.pior ami resiraining sh,r,r,f1 h- F- Kelley from rfturnlng any of u,lr "wr recently seized at tho liquor ngency, and now In his possession. BAPTISTS IN SESSION. Vermont Central Association Meets In Unrro. Parre, Sept. 10. Tho Vermont Central association or napusts negan a two nays' session here this afternoon with a good attendance, representing all the churches "f the district. The annual sermon was preached this evening by Rev. W.J. Clones of Me.ntpeller which was followed ''' an address by Rev. C. H. Spauldlng. ' " Hoston, secretnr' of the Amerl- " t.apusi runucniion sneieLy. Tho convention continue all day to- "'""i--. r- .r-.. .-p.-.in--i ..e- lnt.' nnv- w- A. Davison, State na tlst ml'- 'v m.-- "-ei.arj, n.-. .. nooeirun oi m "lm'. -,,r- d- -arim oi i rKKurg. China; AIIS Jane Anna C.randerson of .. W butch, Sii'Im..ri riemlnniv Rev f firoton Rev. Charl-s S. Morris of W. st p'". " ' i'.eiru.iii ... ..onion, Mis. D. A. Perry of Alontp. Iler. and Rev. F. M. Fuller. Itc O. H. W.ttt an.) Chdc W. Peny of this city. ANOTHER PLOTAGAINSTM'KINLEY Several Annrchists Planned to Kill Hlm I on His Western Tour. New York, Sept. ln Details of a previous plot ngain-t the life of President AL Kin- ley are glien out, it is said on gouel au thority 1". Senator T. 13. Lilsworth. ac cording to a special to the Tribune from T .rtel.i.-.,.. V" V llelle e.-eHI.A .e.l, el, statement that tho plot was hatched In l.nlrtr.r.n V T nl.mi, tUn OfC .-. f nnil nmma tinl,,man anrt oth,,r prom,nont !imm nlv falll In navr. concrrncil In It. A loung tailor, Albiiael Anu.tzl, it Is h,ud wns the one to whose l"t it fell to elo the deeel. At that time the President was on his tour of the west and Anu.tzl left for Snn Francisco where he exp et' d McKinley wouhl be by the tlmo ho reached there but he arrived several days ahead aUl,,Iw Mwrn, knarc'hlst mco gs . 4 vhere he met a young man to whom ho told his purpose. The oung man was noneothcr than a se. crct servb o detective, and Anultzl was promptly arrested, but upon lack of evi dence and certain adlces from Wnshn' ton .'Ui the e barge of vagrancy wns -n-tered against him. , ' , . ' ,' '" Kln ,y s f,111 to lMe had some bearing upon thenntter, The ! mention of Mrs. Al. Kinlev Is sild which was bushed up, the prisoner beinir scnteii ul lor eight months In tho San i ramlsco w.irldiouse. CORN CROP IS SMALL. Average Condition ls 5). 7 Little Im provement In Anplos, Washington. Sept. 10. The monthly re. ,i".ii ... mi '.ii.i'.o.i '" ue i'iirimcui. ' of iigrU ulture shows the average condi- t!en of c"rn on s!u ,?" to have been 51 7. nf, Al .,.. .In a n nn t .1...... . amountlng to iieuii n.in iv we. nn.- iiu.K.K itugi.st HinouniiusT ic. poiiiih anil ine coiuittii.n nf t0 nri,t of lhi momh W:1, , " lower than on S. ptemh. r 1. i:... 11 5 po th... nt tho corresponding date u, polntt. and the condltii.n K'. SI points below the mean of tho S.' temper average for the last 10 year.i and S.S points below tl.? lowest September average of lss'l ever before recorde-el. The average condition of harvest of w. li ter ami spring wheal combined was i;j against IB f! last year TOD In ISIO nnd a ten ear average of rt.3. North Dakota, Cli. fcrnla rnd Oregon report a condition se-v. en nolnls: W'.ishlncton 12: lnellaiu lip Illinois id; Alisso irl J-J; nnd Kansas ss points abuvo their respective tun year n crapes. The average condition of ...its when hor- vested was "2.1 against (CD last year, '." In lvM and .1 ten v..u- a Venice of SI. 8. Tlm average condition of barley harvested was 1 S3.S against 7U.T last year. Sii.T hi 1-DD and. M.l the mean of tho averages of the last I ten years. I The lucrago condition of buckwheat on Fi-ptember 1 was !. D as compin d with 11 ) I 011 August 1, JOH, 5 on September 1.1 itiivi, ;..: 011 the corresponding date In 1W' 1 K.ntuclo . three In Tennessee, 11 In Alls- souri and II In Kansas. VK R Al O NT P ENS 1 0 N T. RS. Wnshlngtou, .Sept 9. Vermont pensions: Increase, restoration, reissue, Win. II, Hubbard, Lyndon Centre, 7 James Mc- 1'tmghlln, Must St Johnsbury St. Austin C). SiHior, VlnooHkl. $i. Washington, Si pt in Vermont pvrslons; O1igl1.il twin- wiUi Spain) Julio Prni.l, North Pownul. V, spe. lal Auu, Saiah jJ. Siiiborue, Kdcu Mills, R, BEING PUSHED. Men Expressing Satisfaction at Attack on McKinley Dealt With. MAIL CONTRACT CANCELLED 1 Booauso Carrier Showed Ploasuro In National Culamlty-Inelgnla of Hl9 RanlcTalcon From a Pollcoman Man at Church Olvon a Ducking. Washington, !?ept. 3. Rnrond A ls'a I losimasier-lienerui shall nbetger y n.iillimill! I nn' I'lK'il UHJ I'f mall carrier for expressing s,t, over the shnotlm of I'teni.ien- r u , The name of the person who w s dealt with Is Charles K ''nrtright i had a contract for carrying the m, i tneen Homer, Cortland i 'ountj N 1 Hpafford, In Onondaga Ciunty Following Is the lull text of a tetter Shallenbergcr wrote to Cortriu) t ties: "Gentlemen '-It has hern shown office that nn tho evening e.f t' statu, Charles F. Cortrl 'hi . o with the government for carr- ug on route No. 7SD0 from SpitTnr I r . M N. y expressed his appie. , isfactioti over I he ' slw.n. i . McKinley. This department i.l" r the transportation of the r -u Jn UJe nanos oi a person w Ik, l berately gloat over the atte t rassln to take the life of .i ! ' cutlve of this country, and Is n ,t u lnnr e,.. .u. ,, si,., uui, me limns i .n 1 OU, OS his sureties In his ir t therefore hereby called upon ' m c y assume the carrying of' tho r.'a . route No. 7S10 In accordance wl'h t e) olflce' of tho dn onwldeh .'ou'be.n se Cortrlght to have anything f irt rr r , In thla .n.ni. ...i.u ,u the servlee on said route 1 'en "i-r. n'' . -'t'"0" V. ri. SHALLLNiT.R . I fceeeind Ast P A I . i POLANDERS FEEL DISGRACED. Doploro tfee Crlmo of Czolgosz and Re grot Thnt Ho Is of Thoir Race. Chieago, Sept. 9. Tho rbP-,B0 P iar 1- rrs last nlcht denounced ib Loon Czolgosz nnd regretted th it ae ed to ho of their race. Mc tir.gs wer. at St. Ftnilslaus' chureh at wi. h eletles were represented anel at the 1 rooms of the Polish Roman i"athol. l In the West Division street. '1 r e.f the resolutions Worn miilo tl.i e catholic Union being sent to Ii ,U Mr. Cortelyou, Prnsident AleKin - .-, rotary, and those at Su Stanlsla .s r to secretary of State Hav. Tue tr tion of the resolutions sent to S. er Hay were In part as follows: "As loyal Americans we dcr ore -crime, discerning in It tonden ie f bolllous and anarchistic mo' erne t s -lug to overthrow tho cardinal prln , i that underlie our constitution fi..n-. . emanates the political nower of .he l r tr i mates, constituting the foundai on ' t n welfare, freedom and high culture f th,i American people." ,-t.c uuiiw r of TRKASON. Chicago, Sept. 9. Senator Y illl.im r M - son, In speaking of the tnactme t ' laws to prevent the gathering of ar.tr ists said: "The man thnt nl..mn.aH i,.n leient. ictiniey is guilty of tr. ' law should bo ona"ted by the g. - mVv uum uo onaeren ny tr.e g. -rrr to prohibit the teaching of .rea o deal with those guilty of the "If wo caught a man teaching r s- , to steal we would nnnlsh him t . class of neonle that ...new tt, .. to Kin a President. This ivt orlv dec hut trensnn r.,ni. i,.. . . s m nccessnrv to mnrelor hef,.re fi tact ana are guilty of treison when t ty teach It." POLICEMAN HUMILIATED. Flttlngiy Punished For Saying Ho Wi Glad McKinley Was Shot. i-ineinnari, u., rept. : urorge ,J .rs - nn a mounted patrolman on the p I r here, was subjected to the hum. it g . deal nf hnvlni- .tin Incli-nla nf U.e -n , 1- taken from him before a crowd f r . llffleerc In t ll ft .lffle rf ll.A rl 1. . f - here on the charge ot having sa.d . w 3 Klad that McKinley was shot, lie passionately pleaded a rr s standing During President M K last visit Huestnann was a m-rrber "f guard of Iv ror to watch the person c . chief executive while here. CHASTISED AT CHURCH. Members of tho Congregation Ducked a Man Speaking Against AIcKlr.ley Omaha, Neb., Sept 9 Chjr i was di frrrid In the little town mount. Nob , yesterday, whi . i r n the congregation chastlstd H V . , a detractor cf Prefiid. nt McKlnle er f,001 ln tllr c'Mr" ot a Kr' T 1 MopS 0( Presbyterian e-hur. h I mrked that the purUr.l..ner wera s . klss.ng the hand of their oprcis r preising regret at his cverthr w I tnieltd him pleasure, he said, to see meter of trusts come to a violet t e A party of young men into Grnrs. r rudely at this Junctur. i ' rled him to n st'iall pend a sh it 1 awn, where he was rcpeatedlj J ti' no was nearly ttrowncd !! w is ... ,. . . s. i iisiriue a ran ana iieade a i r Miai along the road Ills captor d rr rum into a thicket and returned ' tiurc n. Tne. concrecat on iita te,, h , nt. umo cutsiele the bulldlric ari i t nt. ,nd iZ rolivrn of the party, ertrred the r , began the sen lee. an hour behind t'u usual hour. 1880 1870 I860 1850 You ciut.af.-lr truiet tordlciDi. e-belorieit by Ileic Sh.e-e HiO Jobnfitin'i ArwdjrQe. Llnlmcai liu It en the cifst rrlUDIe bouhdM riuvi.y for tmtritu&n met trrlirnt of bun ared lllr Krp a botfl bre you can lay your buid on It day or nUM. t:e JCHNSQtt'S ANOiYHE LINIMENT droaurel 00 iur for 1840 11 1830 g 1820 I 1810 colja, croup. Milam manoni of all kind. Hut, It on Iba inrf.r fnr brnli..sj,liurnH, ipralns, etc Twoaliea, f.0 cu. ami SicU, rrt.. ft nitmtrt if Pittmtt, I, S. JOHNSON t CO., Bolton, Mm. i