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TILE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS'- THURSDAY, SKFTKAIISKII 12, pjui.
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When you want anything, advertise In Mil. now sneelalcollimnof this paper, home .. - , , , , DurKaint; are uuituii mvii: uuf It will pay you to read about. Sou pngo seven. This paper nns more man to, than ilS.t'CO .r,. ,.!,. nml nun ccnl a vrofJ .. will reach them all. Poston advices say that Mr. aamalle.1 , Bradford will not lot the democratic nom-1 lnatlon for Rovernor go to .toslah tiulncy ' without a contest. All tho same tlie nom- lnatlon will go to Mr. Qulncy. If tho Columbia falls to keep the cup, there will be people ln plonty to think and say that it was a pity tho Independence. hol(1 th,jr tcjuc,;,, hn ,,ro the otlleers of llc f'nlrlt nnd -'olflshness can always kill Hon of the city, which will make lt possl- President had sunk by dramatically cx was not allowed a full and fair chance to lho law,t0 know ti,elr plans and forestall a bonrd nf trad 1,0 11 for th'' Promotion blc for operatives to reach all parts of claiming ln Kngllsh: compoto for the championship of tho cup. , ' vice-i-rcsment oosvC,t ..... ... , raJ admiration and confidence by tho , louna common senso as wCll ua .h--, sus mannooa ana sincere, 3J - mamiesxeu in tno kovitihuc.ih. s. . w eultlnR from the shooting of tho Ircsiaent t Buffalo. When Informed that tho Columbia had ecn selected, to defend the America's Nm RlrTbomas Linton Is reported to havo .,,. ..T m M,.m the.v have sebcted tho eat boot, and tho best boat is tho ono I th hpst lont Is th.. one. I ant to sail against." This Ix-ln,- tho case Voth sides ou?ht to bo suited Tim colored hero who struck down Pres Idcnt McKlnley's assailant won popular .!,. 0 .ini i.inw. nnd .. movement Javor with a single blow, and a movement js said to be already on foot to erect a hrnnze statuo showing him In the act o utrlklnt- down tho assassin. James Par-I" ker has won the applause ot the American people ln spito of his color. No ono who attended the meetings in 2urllngton and at Islo La Motte could fall Burlington and at Islo La Motte could fall to be struck by the strong bold which Col. Roosovelt has upon the respect and ad miration of tho people, young and old. It is based not so much upen whut he rays as unon what ho has done, In his curly manhood, and Is coupled with the convto- tion that he has beforo Win a ftiturj or distinction and usefulness to the nation. The Chicago Tribune has compiled n ta ble of lllenal executions in ea. h State o the Pnloii during tho last 15 years, ac cording to which Delaware. Massai husettw, Mr.., llt.tr,, lutilfa IlVtnflf. lulf.iwl :.n.l T'lnh 1 uloi.e have been ireo trom tun stain oi lvneb law during that period. Vermont should bo added to tho ll't. Thero have been no lynchlngs ln Vermont In lorty je.irs, If ever. The thirty-eighth meeting of the Hc unlon Society of Vermont Officers, was second to none of recent years as regards tho attendance of members and the. Inter- est and success of the oieasion. Some- where near two hundred V. rinont oftiiers tin-root made to confine his or her institu te re ln attendance. Many of their wives thins to the limits of some prison ynid. or und daughters graced the mi eetlng ln tho perhaps deported say to thu lt lnnd of opera house and the banquet. Tho pns- Guam. tnce of Vice-President P.oosevclt of couise, The Philadelphia North American has lent espocial Interest to tho occasion, and polled Congress upon the following ques- the speaking won with scarcely an excep- tlon: "Ho you fator thei following ligl.s- tlon, of a high order. The society must lation, viz. A law forbidding the- entrance neccsarlly elccreaso In numbers as one by Into the 1'nlt.d States of these men called one Its members "pass over to the major- anarchists who believe In the destruction, Ity," for thero Is no second degree or mo'ii- overturning nnd subversion of .stabllsh- bcrshlp by Inheritance In tho soilety; but id government, and also an amendment to It shows no sign of decrepitude- or final tin naturalization laws making th.su departure from the stage or lessening of principles a dlsqualillcatlon for clllzrn- Its standing ln tho regard of tho citizens ship?" f Vermont. The South American Troubles;. The announcement that our governme nt aas confldcred It necessary to tend an- sthcr war vessel to South American , wters, would tend to Indicate that the- sit- j somo dangerous criminal or teacher of untlon between Cnlnmhln nnri Veneviii.iie.-imo Thn ,mi, o. i,... ...in j ... u itlon between Colombia and cnczuela j eiime. J he country at large will no doubt was more critical man had been sup-j fed somcw hat safer under such laws, eiur poscel. There have been so many el-1 Presidents will never submit to be shut deuces of bad international faith In con-, nectlon with the trouble now disturbing those powers that lt Is Impossible to havo any Idea what to expect In the way of i future developments. In the memorandum , Issued to foreign powers the Venezuelan government brings against tho Colombian government tno cnarge of nnvlng invadea unless notii nr ins minor are in view, un hcr territory, and tacitly assumes that Its mullleil; and other safeguards may pos- own hands are clean. , The facts in the case are somewhat dlf- fcrcnt from what Venezuela would have , them appear, however. Dr. Oarblras as u. ciirKiicuiii iinii as iiiiicn rignt e-vnieiit- ly as Castro to proclaim himself dictator, "ne Is llkdy to be, on this slelo of tho nnd tho attempt to hold Colombia respon- , mlllenlum. bible for nil of the troubles on Venezuelan territory Is plainly far-fetched. It Is also Hairy lleiarilK r Tinilo lOvnnese-ent. to be homo In mind when Venezuela as-' The dalrmcn of this FInte who sumo Humes to bo Innocent nnd the Injun d years ago engagul ln the project of es party that four expeelltloiis were pre medl- talillshliui the Vermcnt Hoard of Tr.-ida tated anil pie-parcel by Castro for the In- vaslou of the neighbor's teriltory, and that ns a matter of fact one expedition did Invade Colombia. The charge Is mndn by the Venezuleaii government that the Colombian minister ret)lved to cmburk for his own country because ho was annoyed by tho conduct of his government, whereas It Is explain- cd that he was led to take this step owing to tho fact that through sp-clnl oielers given by Cu.st;o he no longer was ablp to receive the letters, teh-griuns and news - papers sent to him. In proof of this as- uertlon reference Is iniub' to the protest of the Prench Cable, company aualiiHt tho order given nt Caracas ut the end of .Inly to stop till cables for tho Colombian legu- tlon. ui.n.inn i vvin i ,., ..... . ....,.,". duiilornblo character us described by the ollli'.ers of the steamship (Ururln. They say Diio -annot venture to npeak for fear of belns nrreste-el and while' there. Ii.ivo no actual hostilities in that countiv. con- trary to report, Industry nnd biislnesn aro pyidlytult pmy, 9 Ui fefefitl tug lu tuo throes ot starvation and misery Is on tho! Increase. In tho meantime the Colombian revoltt tlon Is helnir enntlmied wtlh varlid re suits, and It Is. evident that unless tho outbreak Is speedily quelled there Is every " "" -".Pll-atlons hc-j tween thnt renintrv and Venezuela owing; to their disturbed lelatlons and the cvl- .lent lunni.lilrin nf CuKtin to encroach up- on his neighbor. The desire ot the Venea-, wormy icaturc ot tnc case is tnat tne or uelnn dictator Is to secure an excuso for gnnlzatlon should have nourished font per- the Invasion of Colombia with the Idea of mum ...... '. ...... territory for his own seeming additional rintiilnimi vil thlmrs roiisldered It Is hardly surprising that the administration, at Washington should be disturbed over the situation aiid should take measures to more effectually safeguard our Inter-, csts In thntreRlon. . AVImt Out lo Heme- With Anni-ohlstH ? The problem Is not a simple one, nor now I Pierented for tho llrst time. U Is nn easy IS L nnarehl,,s must bo put eiown," but how are they to be put down? We believe In lree speech. In tbi:- country. I believe III the rlehto! men .n I .11 ......... Iu 1 nunlmlMI.. rtj VI tV 9 tn . , , .. . , all questions, political, sonai .11111 ninpi, Uxtremo views, untemprred l.inguaRC, bit-, .... .!....... I. ,,trt.. rtf nml mpnlirn-- "-""" """ n.i. u"1 r " Unu to tho dlsorRtuilzatlon of society and , .... , ,. . . s,1rcsHed,.Hoelallv In a ftoe country? w'h; ro 0,m th(. bo ,lni,vn ,,v Btatt0 . ,., unJ llct,,,,ei lt plotters ,.,, ,n ., ....,1 ti10 ilvaa of m forbidden to meet and or- i i,ii iv , ii,rv hn nrnvunt. td from meeting In secret? If men who plot nssasslnulion and tho man wno is sele-cteel ns tho Instiumrnt of tho crime 1(, 0XP(.uU,m ot ,h(.m- Such queMtons ns these are not easy to 1... answered. No KOVernmrnt , nny rountry has yct ,H.en found stron5 enoUBh t(, utterlv supprcs3 pnoIohf.m 0I. prcvcnt assassinations.' Thf,,e thnBa pr,vnl, )e ,rost ,n ,he most " desnotle roiintrics 'initi i-overnment of despotic courtil.s. niu yn eminent of luikej was leng ago uenuea o ne despotism teni ered by nssusslnatlon." Anr.rchlsts are more numerous and more dwpornte to-day In the realm of the Czar. . i . 11.1 . I!'"r ln nn ou,PI eoumrj. iiitiirrio wo ""l'Poxed that tho fact that our land wa "o reiugo oi uie oppressed, ""mo of free institutions, tho land of all uiners wnerc inc i.ioiviuuui iimu wus fieest to work out his own future, un hampered by oppressive lnws or fuedal tactions or eru-hlng usages, was our ''"t protection lc.tlnst nnnrchy and as.,aj- slr.ntlon. This iH-iicf, nppaiently, wo must dismiss. Here, not In n time of war ns mcoin ie.,; noi unci- a ncaie.i po Httol struggle, as when Oarlleld was shot ! 1.1. n .. ....nl..i.l ..llln. 1... fu U) " 'I''""" "'" ""V ... v time of general pe-nee and more abundant prosperity than was ever before known, the life of a President cf high and pure .cm. in tier, unostentatious. Kindly to a lanii, wiinont a i.erscnai enemy in tne world, has been attached and as lt may prove has been crime; that it token. It la n horrible could bo posMblo In m- country and in our day. and that such ... .w... u ... ...... ,1 leas some additional legislation is needed to meet cases like this. An attempt upon the life of a President, or the chie f magis trate of uny State, though It bo un.suco .-s-ful, should be made a capital crime, llc.l- niouth' d and known advocates of vlob nt lawlessness, d.Mi.imlt.! and murder of rulers, may well he shut up or banished. The woman, (ioldman, whose tea. hlngs In spired this attempt on President McKln ley's life, when last In Hoston was iiiotd ns Miing. "The individual Is Miprcme, governments are but an excresein on na ture. No man, no set of men, have a right to say what I may or what I may not do 1 am usponsible to no ono but myself." open t. aching of nnnrchy like this, ean be made u legal offence, and the teach, r The North Amcilcnn Informs us bv wire nut oteij answer received to this Inquliy promises a vote for such legislation. Such prccuutlonary 1, gi.slatlon as this, would keep out ot the country no desirable cill- zen; and might onco in a while keen out away from the public, or to appear only when closely surrounded by armed guards; but some additional police measures can nnd nrobnbly will be taken for their site. ty. It Is not likely that any kno n m m will h.renfter be permitted to approach ,,1P President in it crowd or procession, sibly be devised and provided, Hut lifter "H one of tho penalties of high ofllet will s,"l bn the liability to attacks from the assassin's Knit.- or pistol. No ruler is ah- "".' o "r. uu- ..wu, i-um ..ii,.i.&, ium with liendiuarter r Hurllngtnn, had nn' excelb-nt opportunity to discover s.om - of the difficulties with which the promoters 'of an enterprise of this port nrc forcfil to' contend. The thorny behind tho nrolcct was thnt buyers of butler nnd chee.so , would bo forced to e-onio hero nnd bid against ench ether for tho products of different factories to that our dolrymen' would tbiiH bc iiMiired tho highest possible prices for tlu-lr commodities. j In this as In so many other cases, how- ' ever, it was discovered that whllo the theory on paper seeiinel to bo promising as well as practicable, It was illllleult to secure its realization In practical io-, stills when tho attempt was mndo to put It In practlco, Hucin know Ihnt It was Icr their Intjrjst to kill tho Vermont i,,..,-.. .n...... , , , ... o. .,, aim uif-y i-xi-t-rieiiu-u no elltllciilty In elevlsliur wavs and mpans to bll'ig about that result Instead of mrik- Ing open bids for offerings of butter and cliccsi- they qui. iu- united until the board had elose.l fer tlx ,1,. ., ,.iti,,,. , ui,i,.i . . - joffe-r for elalry proelucts liavlng been made, juud. Wien tanio piivutu uaura vWUty dalry, - men could accept or go without selling, Tho persistent following of this courses, speedily brought about tho accomplish- n.ent of tho desired effect nnd tho Ver- iront Hoard of Trade was gathered to Its predecessors, In the light of tho experience outlined, it Is hardly surprising to read that the 0- dcnsbtirg Dairymen's Uoard of Trade Is In tlnngcr ot dissolution. Tne only nolo-, lod of twenty years. This Is unqitcstlon - i nhly to bo accounted for by the fact that It wns established In ono of tho most sue- Estill and powerful dairy counties in the groat Etnplro State. According to tho statement of the Ogtlensburg Journal the board In Its city succumbed to influences ,10t unlike those which proved fatal to the Vermont Hoard ot Trade, tup journal Miys; "The posslhlo passing of the board Is ...... . i i. ... " '! , v '" ZXZ OfVy" factories represented the cost ot keeping r tho board has been met by fourteen or ....... ... l,t. t. I. .... ..I.. ..., n1' . , , n . ,., mv ucuun' 10 1 unu- n i.n.n .... ......i thf,y derive the same benellts as the others n,wl H'lllir.i,t nnr nitltnV. Tliri nif,.lniIS . . . ..... 1 ,.. consist merely 01 Rainrring 111 111" huhiu V ,1- : .;;.ii.V vr.u- v,,n, . ....., . lrieRram anil inen aiijoiirnins iu i ii-- uiu. where the transactions are- nepotluted. If tho Oploimbunt Dairymen's Tloanl of Tr.t.Io ceases to exist, It win bo becaino llle "1Pn who sho"M hilVr bcrn mSt estcu in Its success allowed petty eon-tu- ""'"ons m ueier w.en. ....... l-u-ul..-...i...h with other members to promote tlva Ren- CI"1 welfare and this Is almost Invariably the history nt failures of co-opcratlvo 1 i, " " " - i"-- of dairy Interests alone cr for the promo-, " 01 icw cmpum New Industry For BurllnKton. I n.unn. ' "'us : ton wno nave inc.. p.. ... in r,rmnio it rriraih nnil rtovr-lnn. ' " " cp tQ ,carn (hnt nn oppor. nn ,m Unt ln(Ulstry re. .. lUI1, ,,.,. ,, itrlf n"MnK MW' M 1 T prrym ami tii.it wun 1U.H-I.I..I..J .... ..p-i v.. MmWro North AniPrlcnn Company ..... . .. rn,irnsn,n.,..rs i(,nii111: i ........ u ' ,,, , . , ni'nr iiir silt... linn inr nmn limp, ilia 11113 " " ' company nan purcnascu n....ri. .... with tho Intention of locating here, pro- vlded our citizens rimply gr..nt them ex- , maniifac plates business has been establish. -el over a quar ter of a century. At the present time The nrm employs al)mlt onr, tIloIlsanil opeia t,vcf!i lim, ome 1()ca of Ul xtf.n, of ,tst opcratlons can be galne.l from the state, mrnt m,lo that lt cut!i twenty-three .)cr(l, of suss cvcry working day In the .. .,., ,.,, ,, ,,, ,.11 ,11. .... ,t..tl., ..II., III... 1. . llll -...I..J 100 tons of Ice per day. The fai t that our rltlzenR nro not nske.i to take stock in the 0 i, ,1,,.l frt uv , nrnf,, nf th .,,. which has been paying forty per cent to Its ,.h!ircho,jtrs for lhr pn,t SPVell or cKiu years, bosldes carrjing a largo sum to the surplus and Improvement accounts. Having attained a foremost position ln its Kuroican business this concern deter mined to enlarge its field, but lt wa-i thought best to form nn Independent or poratlon for this purpose and according ly the Lumlere North Amerimn Company was forme-el with a canitnlizntlon of 51. non,i0 of w)ib h f:.n,ioi has been paid In. .Mr. F. J. White', who I to be g.-neril ri,, u i omlcrc s, i,...i i,ct,.i (h i,in.. t1, ,, . c... Ing a suspicious looking foreigner s.-v. r.il llut by the direct rcauest of Secretary tut-jvia ui l-'i""'!""" niw nnrt rn v tr. nnr mnrrhnnla T'm or ,.t i ,.it.. 111.. -tv..i.x i.,v.o c Wlsi w 4 x i u. linine. till t inc nriSOMCr tO DO Seen OI lntf-rlV 1. . , ,, , ....... i-.. . . ...... . t, u ........ w fApirniuuii (ii)iin- uiiti tin iiiiiin tiiinrij- , ,, . , and photographic papers, whose ,,, , . , . . .. ., .. ,, ,... ,u Due Denoltors. .Tnnn JO. l'1t jaL 632.5i ''"t there was a woman holding a lit- nor -.WU they discuss tho method- r u manager of the industry In this country, wend its way through the line of so -.arm. to this country last June, for the flers and police to the pl.ue where the President stood. purpose oi maieing a tuorougn investig... lion wun rciercnce to possn-ie locations, and the thoroughness of his work has been In accordance with Its importance. !i Or.. ,,,,! . ii,rn,.,. .,, , Ho first mapped out dllfeient sections of the country, and .visited the l. 8. we.ith- er bureau at Wu-hlngton lor the- pur- pose of ascertaining the humidity tern- , , , , . p.-ratureand other points about the xnrl- ous towns taken under consideration. Tho chief requirements of this inelustrv ar" a clear atmosphere with freedom from Clear aimospnere Willi ir.reiom rrom smoke, and abundance of pure water, ai d after Investigating available locations with reference to these requisites as well as transportation facilities and wen as transportation fatuities n il labor conditions, the deslrablo places wero reduced to Ave In number of which Hurllngtnn was fortuinte enough to be one A lending cltv offered the rum. to no one. a iinenng cuj oucreei tne to.u- i pany twenty-fivo acres of land, exemption r..,- nnnn mr. M.sii u.uiiis oi j;5,0O) which offer Is still open and will be -iceenterl In the event of linillnr-inn ,.,t granting the exemption asked for. .M,,nn.rer Whlto and his brother Mr. k. T. White, mnnnwr or the mmnnn.. in London with offices at 7S Quetn Victor! 1 . . .,,".. .' street, came to llurllngton n f.-w weeks since, and made a thorough Inquiry into e verv ouestlon that mlcht affect thrlr .e. lwsl,on of ft K.al,on here. Thelr'plans were announced and a few of our progres- ftvo citizens nt once began negotiations, w-hlch resulted In the conditional purchnse ot a ,,, lls tnte(l Mr. White brought eMnlled plans and specifications for the buildings which the eotnpunv Is to erect , ,, , . ... In this country, so that as soon as a mto was chosen he could proceed at once with the- work of construction. When the Plant as at present outlined Is comnletfMl thft luiildlntra will Ofninv nttnut lr(.e acre. bu, thef( w. not ., bc ...ect. 0 . . . once. Tho structures win ) of md will bo of attractive appeal mice. brick and Nothing Tastes Good And eating in simply perfunc tory done because it must be. This is the common complaint of the dyspeptic. If eating sparingly 'VTOUld CUTO i if 1 1 (T e? ly'sPeP81n I0W WOUIU Sillier lrom it long, The Only Way to CUfe dyspepsia, ,i,iu jijii. ,i:.h i il whIch. 18 difflOlllt digestion, ifl to ?lV0 vigor and tono to tho Stomach and tllO whole digeativo ffystem. Ho0(Vs BpMn curtd the niece of Fruk Fay, 100 N. St, South Boston, Mui who write tht iht bud been great ufferr from dypptl for l yorii h4 been with. out apestiu and hd been.troubUd with eour tomeb and beidaohe. She had tried many ?tber. mecJIelnei, fn vain. Two. bottles of ...AH', Hood'H Sarsapanlfib mal her well, Hood's SarsaparlUa t'roiniseH to cure and keeps thu I 'TOmisO. Don't Wait till you SrO WOj ft tyitote Bdii As soon ns posslhlo 100 operatives will ho put at work and the force will be rapidly, Irerensed to the limit necessary to mectj the largo business expected, No munll I part of the process will roqtilro skilled InW nmW nf Ihn Inn,1ln,r ,. ! plo.ves will receive large salaries, tf tho business reaches tho proportions antlcl-, pated tho process employed will conHunia tho enormous volume of half a million gallons of water a day; the supply being! cemductcd from tho leko to n reservoir near the plant nnd It Is expected thnt the i - - - - , aggregate of freight handled at the out-1 set will bo between iVO anil COO tons a month with a marked increase in tno total later on. At the present time It will bo necessary to Import much of tho raw ma- erlnl for tho firm's products, since th, Rlass must be of the finest quality and ireo rrom naws. it is nopcei eventually, hrwever. to secure mott ot the materials In this country. ' ...... ... . ..... .. me arms initio in e-onnrm ann .110x1:0 - --th.t In the fnlted .tateK w, le supplied from tho American mnnufuc. tory, nnd It Is the present Intention to es- tft'-ll'h supply houses In New York and i-nicnirn. nnrt nncq i nun npr in Knnirt ...v..r..., .....( n7,.... ...iv.l.. ... J . 1 I . J " ' 1 ' s'onlhr-rn r lv ivhon Itin nrsa lias fin. - - - veloped to u degreo suindcnt to warrant Howard Park, which has been acquired , , '"m,,uu.iai..v i,y me iimjecvui n i mm m,w ,1(lustrv. Is a valuablo property. It ,.s t0 contnln n,,out thlrty ncre, ot ,, nml lfl flnply Mllmted foP the r. I'0"- ln V'PW- " ll!,s a valuable lake front capable of Important development In tho' ctent tne concern ever rails in agree wun the railroads ns to rates of transportation. while the Rutland railroad lino bounds It 0n the cast. The Burlington Trnitlnn ..... , . company s ciecirie line, readies mat i-er- Burlington or Wlnooskl. Tho property . .. . . understood to have been less than one- ttiiiii' iiiu UAiiLi iiiiiuiniL ir I mil nuut 11 11 ih . . .... . . ... . uuru or tno sum expenuea on tno RTonnus and buildings at various times. Tho prop- . . ... ........j . . , eny is unquestionably uesoo iu up very 7!rrl,v r iu 5 limns oiusiue oi cor Pornte control. The fact that tho cm- pany want torrtory of this extent Indl- rntnu n inrnrn nnsi.'imiii ir catra Its future popfIMUUcs. , . . " " "f)l "n -M'V" . .... ... ... ..... .... .uiciuai enterprise, out a ioiir emauusn- 0rl nnel rrotltalilc Industry, lt will bilng ...,.. BnrrHist wnrklncmen and tliMr fBm, from bro boalflc. othpr 0crn. lnmlllcs lrom anrooa Desine otner opetn- lives, nnei tno saiarv list win oe a iai i;e question in re-latlon to the exemption of the industry from taxation for the period named. It Is stated positively that lt will be located elsewhere, without this conies- slon from our city, nnd the financial ben- llt gained from Its establishment hero would be many tlms the small sum re- relve.1 from taction nnon the nronertv In "8 l11"1 condition. The mayor will promptly call a city meeting for the pur- pose of allow-In-? our taxpayers to take, .ac tion, and It Is safe to say they will not allow to pass unimproved this opportunity to secure i largo nnd promising e-ntciprls , particularly as manufacturing Industries employing skilled labor Is llurllngton crying need tit the present time. SHOOTING OF THE PRESIDENT. Additional Detuils and Incldentsof tho crime. When the doors of the Temple of Music were opened at 1 o clock a wavering line of tieonle. who bad been souoezed .-lualnst the outsi.lo of the doors for hours, began to A mn w)th M,very hnr W;1S the llrst to reach the Presto nt. and on Ids nhouldcr the little girl ho tarried io- ' l'lvfMl 11 wnrm salutation. n"lf f "-e people who passed the i.ro,llent Wfirt) WOmn and children. To every child the President bent owr shook hniids nnd said some kind words so ns 10 "mite the yming hearts glad. Ah ea. h per. foil pasel ho was vlew-ml critically by the rct service men. their hands were watched, their faces and notions noted. rnr down the line a man of unusual as- ',m' ,n somt' ""feared taking his turn In lhc )lnp np was .on, .eaVy. dark, and be. ncath a heavy dark moustache- was a pilr of straight, bloodless Hps. Pnder the '''-"""k brows gleamed a pair of glistening Mnck oyes' Hc wns Pl'h"' t "nee as a usplPlcmfl ppr,nn, n(1 when hc re.ch-d roster the secret service man held lis hand on him until he had reached tho President and had clasped his band. lrolnnd wns equally alert, and the sllKhte-st move no tho n.-irt of this man. who Is now supposed to hnvo been nn ac- co mm ce. ann for whom a search s Iiciiii? made, wns to have been checked by the ouicers. as'" He' (?", a'ahir "tal? bovl-h' looklni fn L- ,.nnnr'', V ,"' vn ".i His smooth, rather nolnted face "would not ,n',,r'!,tc ''Is purpose In sbuing the nation's executUc. Thesecret servl-n men rotrd tint about his right hand was wrapped a handkerchief, and ns he carried tho hand "Ullfted. as though supported by a sling hlSVJj.Tl'S ed his Ml ha., p''ol' hand with the President.' " fW"H """''c' lllflt the ltnllnn who was r.-nth "to'shl'eld ihTyoimg m!.nlaso'tl"u 'I't was necessary for Ireland to push hlni op. Innocently facing the assassin, the Pr- ment smiled as only he knows how -that Brn,k, or ,BllUy, ,Uevolenco and com- passion, as ho extended his right hnnd to meet the left of tho supposedly wounded ,7,Vul,d',,1,f''l , m " " " .'u,w,hl,,p,;1 1 i t t whnt waH tmnsnlrlnc. two shots rantr out. psf"nl0Va';,,.cor'nd,1,'r' nft'r th Mett''t 1 For tho llr3"t moenl tlK.ro wns thp ,,., of aw ful death. The President drew his right hnnd eiuM;. ly to his chest, raised his head, and his eyes lonkcel upward and rolled. lie swe-rv- rel a moment, reeled nnd was caught In the arms of Recretnry Cortelyou on his right. ! Catching himself for the briefest sec ond, President McKlnley whose fnco van i-resiiient .iiciviniey wnose inco van ti.n whiteness of death, lonked nt ii, assassin ns tho ofticers and tho soldiers mur ...... io ill,' ,i--,'i . ,,,,,, r.., ,,.,.y nnd with the most benevolent look It Is possible to Imagine; "May flod forgive -him." The President was carried first one way, then n step In another direction, The ex- cltement was so midden nnd the pandemo. nlum so Intense thnt for n minute no ono said to carry him inside the' edge nf tho Knew wn nt to do. i innlly, some one ninie unu sent mm on one oi tne cnairs, Mr. Mllburn nnd Srcretnry Cortelyou half carried the President In tho passageway leading to the stage. Tho Presldeut was able to walk a little, bill was leaning heavily on his escorts, While soated for n moment Serrt-tnty Cortelyou leaned over the President, nnd Inquired: "Ho you feel much pnln?" White and trembling, the President slip, ped his hand Into the opening of his shirt front near tho heart and snldt "This wound pains mo greatly." As the President withdrew his hnnd the llrst and second lingers were covered with blood.. He lookud at them, his hand dropped to his side, and ho became fnlut. Ills IiimiI ihoppe-d henvllj to his chest anil those about him turned away mse iiuoiii unu tunica uway, " I ' ,;" " one- -,0 lnnl ,,s l0M01' ln ln,s 0115 w,u m:; ; ,; ; Z ln , t m, l.n denoslu V ,i7 , ?.i ,1 iP f-rt ot Weo In th line. H-, ,11001. on behalf of his colleag. e e,.e s '"IT' J?lJ"m?Z h" ot Rreal ,1Pnrllt 10 n 0Ur 1,,tCrM,s' and ,ln comiinnion1 ofllcer a dozen 'TJl'VZZ rr- " wlthoul h""" tr!ct atlor.nc' iinrt the " r r. Burlington Savings Bank lvrnnnnu a Ttin t. iUWIUUiHUOU lOtf. n..i. , ,.,. , ourf"ui 350,610.99 Total Assets - . 58,250,723.61 TRUSTEES. CIIAS P. SMITH, HENIIY CinEKN'E A. a. PIBUCE, HLNRY WELLS, . , HAIlt'mV WILLAHIJ i C'H N" V. WAliD, Deceives nnd pays derrslts dally. De. posits nmdn during the first four btislnese UI,S'B of the month di.tw Interest from tho l0Mmcneo"h Inlciest will be credited to depositors .Ji'.iiiary 1 ana July 1, eompoundlnR twir.i rp.",ro no. "oehholders in tun to elcnosltoro th r'.'i.. ' - Hl-ii . - pmkis uion the earnings but the IRlsU- tJT S? WnS 5 KtI.to cn " JJJ l'"'".,.' Vliroo and one-half ptr eent. per Milium, until iti .r,,l,. rcn.-I.oj, ten ,,er cent, of Its deposHs A t ... ..... ...... . . . , .. .1 " "ii.u u v nf 11 is iirovuirti nji. ... . . -' . - . . 1,1 ,llls 'aio are p 1IU ll 1110 uiiiik on nepnsits of J1.VO or less Dcpo.i Its aro recehed in sum?, from it "to :'.fi' find no Interest will be paid on nny jm In . :,",:'.""" " ,IU"IK- r"'?1 u, """!" "J ".uukb, crpnans, Mimimsltaiors. e xe- I cuwrs, Runrdlani. eharitf.ble or roll t'hnis Instltul lc ns nr on tmst funda de Mll by order of the court JluZ C"KC' CHAItl.PS P. SMITH, President. iHKUFIlirK V. VAItn. Tresis K. S. 1SHA.M, Ars stant Treasuter. tho tears were MlUn-? the eyei of those about him. Minister Aspiroz of Mixieo oroKC inroucn me nine crown cxcit.il V . . .,,,, ,., l.,m Ml- -"ciMniej. ara you "hlle the excited diplomat was being o i rfiitirti frnm r e rriwtii n tr hn nx-miiA and falling at his feet, the President re- iiii snrnino-tvoiivrrii firii nr,i. I,p..,Zn m iri,n ih f.ii i,i.,r,i . . : . . :. ... . .'. " ... " ne inriiiuy minting again. .Mr. iMIIDUrn nlaecl his hand back of the woun.led miin' head and offered a support for It. T),s pr,m(H, to resuscitate the President, ;,nd he sat stoically in the chair, his legs spread out on the lloor and his lips clinch i flrmh' nc thniii'h hn vk. nnlil flc-ht r1nr i ' v- w - . . n mlnlngly against death, should lt be np- l'"'r'"K- Bivlnir the flcht of a sol- dier. W hllo all this wni transplrlna the tnged llB'1 not 5rt onded on the scene of tho "hnotlnR The shots had hardly been flrcl uiirn Foster and Ireland were on top ot l ie nssassin. ireiar.d. huick as inoutrni. crushed to the floor Wlillrt flirt Pt-rtuMm. vi Vvclnfr lc,l HTV-Ii hr nrtllterymcn and guards cleared the I ulldlng ln a, few moments of those whi rati eiumu iu uic-t in- rMcuuvo out iu no mis it was necessary to draw their sabre bayonets an 1 use extreme force. poster reached under the crowd, and by his almost superhuman strength pulled tho intending murderer rrom under tnc neap, he assassin was grabbed by a half dozen Bllnnl; npd somors nml ,,y rocr,n Ue men. Foster clutched him by the throat with his left hand, and saying: "You murderer " and struck him a villous blow with his rock fist "-ttuarely In the face. The blow wis so powerful that the man w is sent through tho guard and went sprawling upon the floor. He had hardly touched tho floor when ho was again set upon, this tlmo by the guards and soldiers. He- was kicked repeatedly until Copt Iiamer rushed ln and drew bait lho guards. The murderer was not given time to sav a word, and it Is doubtful If he would h ve li.nl the power. He was as white ns his II- lustilous victim and was shaking from head to foot. He had not the power t i b. g to be saved from the lym l.rrs. nk fiom excitement, he was unntilo to hi and on bis feet nnd he fell to the H mr A half-dozen guards, .is ma- v oldi rs nnd veral secret service men gra' bed ,,jm as tlley wouM un ofr, slvo rpse, ev , ml nt his feet, more at his he ad but n-ne ,,, support his body, and he was r.tpidl dragged over the floor up a short Ihght .talis and Into a room ba- k to , ne side of the stage. There be was in. ked In with the vlil(.rs guards nnd deti . tlv. .s. He i,i In apparentlv lifeless heip, hi- c'o'nus pirn, his face bleeding an I his I r nth c m- p,.- short and Irregularly, lie shook .ill In-r like n mass of KP ,nr. Ills ev s rolled now and then to the- celling, nnd hl3 imhs twitched nervously, As soon as the eleetilc nmhulance from ,np Hmergene.v Hospital arrived with Drs, .ittell and Kennerson, tlnsc two surgeons were ushered in and were nt the sldo nf th. lresielent. His whlto vest, rowder marked and bloody, had been op ned, as was the hlrt. and after seeing the location of the wound and hearing that another ln-llet had entered the abdomen, they onlered in a stretcher on which were placed a row of pillows and the wounded Piesldent was ueie.l hi- Mr Mlllmrn Mr rnn.-u-mi nnrt the experienced ambulance corps and laid -..-nt v nn hn n lows Tim Pri.n ili.nt --ronned slightly, ns though In great pain. put reeovereil and pressed his Hps firmly arU-fTiriM-''-!" Mm" Carn f --bout him senator Aldiicb mur writes his name in a book and never pastes a bookplatn in one. lie savs that a book is n trust and -lio.dd I e in ne. wav disfigured, e xc. pt 111 the wear uc. essitatcd In the reading, - T Dr. Pierce's F a vorite Prescription Doubles 9 Mother's Joys and Waives Her Sorrows, It docs this by n pre-natal pre paration in which the mother finds herself growing stronger instead of weaker with each month. Instead of nausea and nervousness, there are i . . . i lieiiuuy appetite, quiet nerves, miu refreshing Sleep. I lie lllind S COn- tent keeps pace comfort. There dread of the travail, When .. . ,. :..i.- comes lt is practically painless, trie recovery is rapid, aim tne motner finds herself ahundantly able to nurse her child. "Favorite Prescription" contains no alcohol, neitlier opium, cocaine, nor any other narcotic. Sick women are invited to con- j suit Dr, Pierce by letter free of charge, and so obtain without cost the advice of a specialist in the diseases peculiar to women, All correspondence strictly private and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Mm. Annie Dlncker, 6n Catherine Ureet. Syracnee, ft, V., wttleJi "Tour medldnee have, done veouder for me. Tot yenu my health wae very poor; I hod four iniicarrlage, but lnc taking Dr Pierce' PavwriU Pretcriptlou and 'fiohfen Mcdcl Discovery 1 hove much better health, nod now 1 have a fine healthy baby I heve recomniended yout medicinef to neveral of my friends nnd tliey have been benefited by them Dr. Pierce's l'leiisant Pellets cure .. . . . , . . l.v approaciling time OI I11 W 'li , ii" ii, , Mlork,nKl . wnunded by a death I would favor tne iiirtn nutir .1. . . t V.l....Vi VVJ .V .'v.... ......v. v. Howard National Bank, BiMinqton, Vt. Capital Surplus and Profits $300,000 100,000 A geneiul banking transacted bU3iiic; Drafts drawn on any country in Europe, payablo In tho curreu cy of the e;ouuiry Special attention given to uc 'uu"ls ul "H'Oi'iown depositor II. T. iCUTTEn, Cashier. DIRECTORS: JOFL II. GAT ICS, President. DAN1KL W. UOlilNSON, Vlce-I'rcsldonu AUHKltT C. SI'AULJJlKa. KI.IAS IYMAN. KRKIVK E. UUUQESS. WINOOSKI Savings Bank 1 rem its careful aunagciiieni ha.t not met with loss trom uny loan maclo clur- lug the la.it twenty s ears. . .. ' . . ol ,T Z, nViM.w"?' ." ""1 eVW, .... . '.. ",,, , i ,,. .' 1 , m's:"V?, n,1LU"! 1 . . unuiyr-i nom tne nrst any 01 tno nut month. inirnvs, i , ,., i.Mc.rn m tIcuiicn depositors mil. isi. Tl ,i ie,'lT'"l?n'1 semi-annually. It.e rato of Int. rest paid to depositors by an savincs bank" ln this Kt.Uo Is Urn- lted by law to 3'i per cent until Its s-ur- phis amounts tc 1U i.er cent of Its deros. Its. when an extra dividend Is to be nude. No Interest Is allowed by law to be paid on deposits 1n excess of two thousand dol- li.r.i except It be on deposit by widows, orphans, administrators, executors, guar ellans, churltable or religious Instil utl.n- or on trust funds deposited by ordT of court Surplus. 51 .MS "i .J.lT3.;;i.l2 ' ' rrcsicent; Deposits and surplus OI-'FIfKHR II U'rsinn urmond Cole, treasurer. n t n rT : 1 i " J,mn,l c-,, ' m' T .f Mower, Samuel Ilignood, C. K Sblpman. Reasons for Insurance Why is tho Life ollcy of to day better than that of twen ty ear.s ago? Hecauso you may now have a policy of priv ileges, of cash, loan, paid-up and extension values, one which you contro from the start nnd tho payment of which you can dlic. t at any tltrc. (Correspondence Solicited ) T. S. PECK, gi:ni:pal Burlington - - AGK.NT - Vermont. Call or correspond with me for oarticulars. A few good agents wanted. Great Falls, Montana. 8 per cent Interest semi annually. Write for Information. ALFRED E. ROGERS. l.eod.tw.ly ALL IN ONE CENTURY. Presidents, Cznrs, King's, Quoons, Km presses, Noblos, Priests, Mttlionjo taus nnet Payans AHsnsslnntotl. The century Just passed has not been exceede-el In the modern ages lu nssas- JinTtionH "t n unless it be by rulers and prominent ofllclals, the loth century, which has i been termed tno hpirnuiei ago oi niuruor. Tll(. nnlnblo aH.sa.stnalions during the I Inst lOO years have been as follows: comto do C'hnmbord, Feb, 13, 1S20. Capo d'lstrla, count, Greek .statesman, .l' . u,,i-. .... . . . tu.l.D ....., ,u v., . r,,U. w, . oul, 27. IbtR. Itossl, comto Pcllegrlno ltoman states, man, Nov, 15, ISIS. Ferdinand, Charles III, duke of Parma, Mar.-h 27, it-r.l. Daniel, prlnco of Montenegro, Aug. in, 1S60. Abraham Lincoln. President of the lTn. teil States, at Ford's theatre. Washington, by John Hooth, April U, 1RCS. Mltchel, prince of Servla, Juno lf, 1S..S. Prim, marshal of Spnln, Dec. 2s, JS70. Oe-orgrH iJnrboy, archbishop of Paris, by communists, May 24, 1871. Illehard, carl of Mayo, governor gen eral of iudlu. Feb. S, 1872. Abdul Aziz, sultan of Turkey, June I, U7d. Hussein, Avnl and other Turkish minis, ters, by Ilivs-san, June 15, 1874. Mchemct All Pachn, by Albanians, Sept, 7. 1S78. Alexander II of HtisMn. March 1.1, ll. James A. Oirflcld, President of the I'ul ted States, by Charles Jules tiiilteau, Washington, July 2, 1881 Marie Francois Badl Carnot pres Jent . of France, sfbhed by Crsarr S.tnto, mil anarchist, ut Lyons, Juno 21, 1S0I .Gen. .Ulysaas lleurcaux, preildoat, ot Wltll the body's I lvai Ul u -UHiC" auMl w.in mtinliT.ii in Iut i.rosonce by an th.. Ufa of tho PrUlont, it nnviPtv nn' i t i .... 1 lt.uinn anaiv Mist, una o a iMiiuerur 'i- nf t'Mniiumn.i-iji-LJtit-i f i i..m.. i it .. I m. W11IM1 riDMl' l Ulllt'iJ- .1-aiirt ui iiki-. iiini'n- l i-uiui iimi n"i THE BURLINGTON TRUST CO. City Hall SquareNorth. We deal in foreign exchange and draw our own drafts on all parts of the world. We furnish Letters of Credit and Traveller's cheques available anywhere at home or abroad. Consult us before you travel. Call or write. July :, !'-'" , .Mipsir-ur-oecn, saan or rerila, shot by m rellKiniis fanatic. May 1. ls&f,. ft elan Nleolof Rtamhuloff, premier of Jiuignm, July 15, isr3. Kllzabrth, empr-ss of Austria, killed with stiletto by an anarchist, Pept 0. Senor Canovns bd Castillo, prime min uter of Spain, shot by an anarchist, Aug. f, 1807. Humbert IV. king of Italy, shot July 10. !!"", by Angeli flrrficl, an anarchist, nt Monr.n. M. Orhan de Xhry, Rovernor of the Bel gl m tirovim.- -r Luxembourg, Jan :6. l'"'l. by s-'.'beider, who afterward commit t' d suicide. SAW THE SHOT FIRED. Charles J. P. Lucas of Cambridge Was Standing a Few Foot From the Presldont. Charles J. P. Lucas of Cambridge, Mass., wrs within a few feet of President Me Kinley and his would-be assassin when the two shots were filed Friday afternoon. tlrl.h"ra? B ,a Prpm'n'int athlete and had i nn ipnieci in tne international events ntthcstadlumabo.it a half hour before the President was wounded. He reached i,,,,n- ,.n,lnni,v finrnn it ,.. ,u ....... '.v.'v Oobe reporter soon after arriving in i',,n,i,r,i. in ..,i. "I was within five ftft of , j-rejt when was phPt . . . . ,hrnrh n.m . - surh a scene of pandemonium hs that which followed the dastardly art. 'craves notoriety and because I. s I uv "I had lenrneel the President was to be ' anarchists throughout tho 'ountry 1 1 I' ll t the Temple of Music nnd went there at- They do nut rte.-dro to place am fc' I i ter the games to shake his hand. I 'urine 'the path of the authorities wt.u are . t r. the handshaking the organ ln the temp.r Ing to unravel the plot, If any pi x.s's, played the soft, soothing strains of sumo and all the machinery ot the go ei n sonata. secret servico will be usod to ail ti c St i "I noticed a man whom I afterward a.uthorltlea In the prosecution of their n learned was a secret service ofllcer. watch- vestlgatlons. tie girl by tho hand. President McKinby spoke pleasantly to the woman and th. n gaz. d down nt the child, stooped orr m a kindly manner and asked her name and shook hands with her. All this time the man with his hanei tied up was moving closer and closer The handage appeared to bo well wet down innd closely resembled one that might have 'been tied by surgeon. When lie came 'within one of the President I saw one of the secret service men looking closely at him and also at the right hand which was held close to the diaphragm. The hand vldently appeared nil right to the detec tive, as though lt was done up In splint. ' The President slowly raised his hard to shake that of the woulel-be assassin. As 1-- graspeel lt two shot-- were tired In quick succession. Everyone stood stock still for a few seeinds, dumfounded at the deed. Then there was a cry and the crowd with one acrorel rushed nt the man. Detective Poster dealt him a blow that sent him several feet Into the crowd. He fell at th feet of tho marines, one of wl-om tried to Jump on his head. 'The President sank Into a chair, to whb h he was half carried. The crowd yelled, Lynch him! Kill him" Put the s ildlers managed to get the fellow out of tho I 'tiding nfter hard work. I s-tod near the Pre --blent for several minutes after the shm.tlng. He bore his sufferings with f ii tl'ud- RISKS OF THOSE IN HIGH PLACES Attempts, Successful and Unsuccess ful, to Kill Rulers. Hardly year has elapseel since King Humbert of Italy ns laid low by the bul let of the anarchist Hi ' -cl. afier rercated itt mpt- upon his lift in the course of his! reign of twenty-two -.irs. No less thnn twelve attempts were made to asslnnate, ui.. v.i in i.-ii.. ... .-.j i "" ii remained on tho throne, and she carr cd to her grave the scars on the forehead In- lllctcd bv the b u. gent, of ane of her as-1 llllieu liy l lie .'lll-m.-.u.-Jluilo n lie. a- rives to-ela - n i- inl the Celtic from Hu- rope, helped, while an Eton schoolboy, to frustrate anoth-r attempt on her life. Emperor William n-is badly wounded ln the fnen at Hi tmen last ye-ir ry a lunatic mulcted with homicidal mania, while barely tine.- e.irs have passed since Em press Elizabeth of Austria wns killed by the stub nf an anarchist, while walking from he-r hotel to the whrf at Geneva. Five ycai- ago the Shall of Persia was shot and i""i tally wounded by a religions fanatic, while In KM, Emperor Alexander II ot pnssi.i. who had liberated the s.rfs, nnd who had Just oftlxed his signature to , .i ueci.. . ii.i.inii.K i'.c ...... . ..' with a constitution and a parliamentary form of government, was blown to pieces bx nltroglvcerine bombs of tho Mhlllsts The. prt.-'-nt Czar had his head cut op.n In the sword .if a would-be assassin while ' traxelllng In Japan and would de.ubtl- ss have been killed bad It not I een for tho pri'en-.o oi iniuei oi ins iKn'i.o .-- t rince e.eorge oi e.rcei-e, n" ,,mt.n-.- iii.-niiai oi e'reie. i ne i.ni'i s laui.-i. couple of years ago, was likou'-e the oh- Je. t of a rcglclriul attack -it Atinns wane driving with his daughter, his lo.icbman being serl msly woundesi. and some six years aga Bud! Carnot, while President of the French lb public, was killed by an Italian anarchist when driving through the stree ts of Lyons. Itene.tteel attemnth were made to murder the late nmperor Alexnndir III of P.ussl.i and In one Instance tho railroad train In which he was travelling with his wife nnd children was wrecked nnd pre.Iptatcd down a ste p embankment, many of the occupants being killed, though tho linper- lal famllv miraculously escaped any ser - Ions ih Hl.-nl Injury 111 August. PUT man of the name of Nocvlllug. .mr.ig" an attempt was mndo to snoot Klnx lVlwnrd .md Queen Aleamlrla n. iiid.aI. ,.l,llrt tin. l-'mnnrnr nf AllHtrli , . ,lnnrn. wound Inllicttd a few years after his nc resion to the throne at Mtnna by a era zy tailor. Queen Isabella of Spain lp an other crowned head who can show scars of this character, while of the long list of forty odd tnltans who have reigned at Constantinople since the overthrow of tho Hzuntlno Kmplre there Is not one who has died a natural death. Mnnv more names could be added to this list, notably that of tho Itulgarlan Prlmo Minister rlt-nmhuloff, who was literally cut to pieces under tho windows of Prlnco I'Yrellnniid, and whose murder remains un punished hv the latter to this day. Hut this enumeration will serve to show that lofty rank and great eminence nro Invaria bly aitiuide-el oy immense risk. OCCASIONALLY THEY GET PHINTRD. Hobb-"What's tho matter with Wlnd 11100' lie used to bc always boring pen. - pb- with advice, nnd now he says to llttlu and com to be. so thoughtful." Nnbb- Yes, His wife conceived tho luipyy bleu of getting mm Into the hublt of writing letters to the newspapers nnd now he's too busy to do anything elm " tlttHariftT's iluzar. ri nnton t. (-"nul n - Til Ii n Ittor Pf 11 ft ! " CZOLCOSZ I Would Like to Fill the Newspa pers With His Vapor ings. SEEKING ANARCHISTIC PLOT All the Macnlnory of the Government Secret Service Will be Usod Secre tary Boot Requests That tho Pris oner be Neither Seen or In terviewed. Buffalo, Sept. S. Tho members th.l r we it cabinet are doing everything in t... .r to mevent the .se.s.itlnn.-.l rvnl,,. , , Czolgosz, both b ausc he nr. J' f results ot their efforts to disuoxer r.- ginators of tho plot. All that h- out from the jail shows thnt i and boastful of his crime anil wo ii cn an opportunity fill tho newspapci i.e 1 II ' t -w 'a columns ot his vaporings. Czolgosz s story to the police shows t it) on Tuesday morning, the dav nf the I r . Idem s arrlvel, he had his ti md n i, 1 He determined to shoot the pi e - di t , first thing he did was to b . . i revolver. With tho consi io -i.i t work would have to be -ioi.c , i t 'must bs effective, he sex ured a v. the self-acting type. It occurred that he might have to shoot tr.e 1' e ; more than once, and he knew tr...1 . could be no delay. He loaded his revolver, placed It l side pocket of his sack coat, when h could reach It qulohly and without at r ct Ing attention, and went to the xp si' He arrived on the grounds sh rtl- for noon. He knew that the Prei.eit w . not arrive before early cwiur.g II- Y i road the papers carefully, and knew e f detail of the plans. But he was unx csu be on time He remained nt the exposition .. 1 In the afternoon, he took up hi- io.-i - a close to the railroad gat'- It k r t 'i President would enter the gr.j- s , t way. After a time, other prop', -15 n to arrive there until there w is a r- w 1 ih t hedgeel him in on all sides. H . . - 'o the conclusion that the phico n- l.i 1 be was outside in the railroad - close to the tracks. He figur- d th it 1 the grounds the erush might be -,r r that he might be brushed a -id- .n. j -vented from re-Khlng tho rr,.-i e ' li 1 tried to pass thiough the gat t . e s' Just cloed the exit On Ftidav he siw the- Pre- ' through the gate to the sp-ei.l " n which wps to take him to the I'.i ,- Czolgosz waited for the Pr - -1 - turn, ln the afternoon he w. Temple of Music, and was cne of t f th(. throngto enter. He crowd - v d (,, t0 the h w th p,.,, r, ,hrm1I.h .,.. rtoor. kc , nrst to hurry forward when tt-e i took his position and jrn-irrd hands with the people, e'zol revolver gripped In his tight , about both the hand and trie r- ,v wrapped a handkerchief. He be ' weapon to his hre-ast so that an t noticed him might surpose that t was Injured He reached the President finally I1 not look Into tho President s fa- n t.nded his left hnnd, pressed t'e r against the Prcs-ldent's hreast wi right hand and tired He nrcl tw wmlM )inv flr(v, aK.,n mu fl,r , l)Iow tla, iirovo him back. Thnt wn 3l, thpn, was tl1 thp . r , ..,-,, yoll menn to klll llle Fr, . ns) c(i th Dlstrlct Attorney. 'I J ()lfl r(,plv ..W,at Was the motive that ind c ' (0 co,nmt this crime?" .. nm a dsdle of Enlma ooldman re r I led I( jnk th rollce hours to ar CzoUoz's story from him. COURT-MARTIAL AND DEATH. How Congressman Foster Wou'd Deal With Croaturos Like Cnolgosz The following question has been s m ' ted by the New York Herald t" P- i nnd Representatives In this ctu.rtr. In mcw of the attempted nsstssun' 'i o' President McKlnlv, what natlona' I latit n would you fnvot for the p.imsr nt nnd prevention of crimes of thnt h ter and tor tho regulation of nnar ' s ' and nnarchlstlo meetings" 1 t'ongressman D. J Foster of this e i wouiu m.tKe onences .ig offences agn n of the .in. and punlshaM- bj t-trlcter imn- grut nt , laws, to enablo tin to prevent anarchists coming to this country, and Imnvd.ate and careful consideration by Corgi, s f the ornlilcm of denllncr with tl.o, her I n .1 l.ViaTP.M lliir..rlll P., irst mont District. A CASH OF LIMITED KNOWI KP' V "Did you see tho Item that said that, they had found Ivory up nt Cape N- me ' "Yes." "Hut I thought thnt all tho Ivory camo from elephants' tasks." "Well?" "And they are only found In Tuscany, aren't they ?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. How's Thl6? Wo offer ont Hundred Pollard Row r t for nnv ense of Catarrh thst eanot bu cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F J. CHUN FA" & CO., Tole.ii, O. Wo, tho unnvrsigtifii, nave unonn l' J. Chcnev for the last 15 yef.rs, nnd belie iM him p'e.rfwotly honorable In oil buainesa ttatifartlons and tinnnclnlly able to can-y out any obligations mnd by their firm West & Trunin Wholesale Druggists, To-. Kdo, O. 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