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i'TE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS5 THURSDAY, SKljriAiBKl 10, 1901.
1 I 1 1ST ARRESTED. Ml I t i Refers only to two items, School Suits all woolen only, at from $1.75 up wards, and fall overcoats in the greatest variety and newest styles. Prices X and goods will please you if you 1 look for the above i at i The Leading Clothiers. '--f-W-- 4- -tH- -M- -M--r --3 LAMP BEAUTIFUL $100. LAMP - - $2.50. IWHY ? To elrtvw everyone to oui immense showing tviid sale of Lamps Here's the Lamp- ?S !n hiuh: K in globe; r," candle n ..r, nlnrs pink or blm. with do or itlons; font nu.tclns globe; 1 r brass stand, ud end top. A l e.Ai ry. $ r.i.. L. C GRANT, "China Hall." 69 Church Street. Wh en Yo u Marry It will be money n your pocket nnd you are sure .o bo satisfied, if you get the wedding cards of the Frkk Pkkss As, nation. S5C 7.' "PTE MAKIC .riisrio Modern Dcslsns. t ,u. 141 us. Save agents' commissions, Honest Work. Modouna Prices, J- W. GOODELL, K7 Pine St. I3urllnton, Vt. A Careful Kitchen Girl. wantH a position. If you want tho girl, use a Free, l'resi want ad, Sho will b fortlicomlng. If you are the girl, une a Free Prei want ad. You'll get a position Immediate.. ly. Vermont la full of gooi clrls and gooi positions. The Free Press finds tho clrla (or the poslllois a.nd vice voroa. Tit It B. TURK & BRO., -"af SAL nl--' Widely Known Anarchist and Editor of the Anarchists Organ, IS A "SUSPICIOUS PERSON." Complaint In Based on n Seditious Edi torial Publlshod Soptorabor 7th Police Will Not Allow Him to Muke a Statoruont-Emma Goldman Will Not Ho Ex tradited. Niw York, Sept. 12. Johnnn Moat, tha most wldeli knnttii of New York, anarch ists ami idlti'i of 1'rtlholt, oigau of thenn unhlsts was at rested to-night lv central office Di toe this Kram.li mul Fcrnelson. Tli" arrest was made ill a saloon over which air the offices of the newspaper. I loir Most objected volubly to the arrc.-t, but to no pnrpii-i' and ho was locked up at policy hciidqiiiirters ns a .suspicious person." Capt.u'i Titus refused to allow .Most to sec ai.y mo or to make a state ment the enpt ilt. declining he would not allow the prisoner to pose a u martyr be fore the ptlbtl, . The complaint ngulnst JliwL which cov ers live and a half typewritten panes, la based on and .pietes In full an editorial which .Most iiinted In the rreiluit on September 7. The editorial reads In part: "The greatest of all follbs in the woild Is the belief th it there enn bo a d ime of any sort ogam-i despots and thelf aceom pll'rcs. Such .i belief is In itself a crime. Despots are outlaws; they are In human shape what the User Is among the beasts -to spare them Is a crime. As despots make us of eve i thing, treat In ry. poison, murder, etc., so everything should bo em ploy, d ngulnst tin in. Yes, th.- crime di rected against tin m is not nn r ly a light; It Is also the due nf everyone who has the opportunity t" ai ry It out. and It will be Ids (dory if it r successful. "Revolution Is nothing but defence. Mur der as nn lnstnmn nt of defence is nut merely allowed; it is a duty toward so elety "when It Is directed ngulnst il pro f. -.s'lotinl. "Vo know our enemies: we know them .ill and everywhere i ei smially. There can bi absolutely no eu ,- If they are again spared. Whutrvei -t mds on the other -ido of the line r dividi s the camp of ruling possessors .. i vr from that of th- people has come i der the ban. Let the people carry out tl "We say: 'Mm humanity by bin,. some noc r and murderers save and steci, p .ison and dynamite." " After llcrr Most .is locked up Cnplain Titus displayed .1 oj.s of the paper con taining the edltoi,,' ancl mid: "There Is a pl.n. on North lirother Is land for those sufb ring from smallpox and 1 out lgious diseases .nnl other j. laces for those who are Ins.me an 1 thos. muider ously Inclined and we believe we ran 11ml a place for men who publish such articles as this." Mo-t protested to the riptittn that he had enrnmlttivl no erlni" end that all tint had appeared in his newspaper was simply opinions In a new guise that bn 1 1 ccn printed and leprlnted and voiced thousands of times In the Inst fifty years." . Dorr Mosfs icsldenco is In llrooklvn. The police records show h was arrested in m() for making inllaininiitorv spec lies n this city. Recorder Smyth sentenced him to one year's ImpiPnnm nt nnd to pay a tine of He scrwd his se ntene .'it lilacliwi'H's Isl, in. I In 1S7 he was aunin arresteil and chargeel with being the . ause of an unlawful assembly and helling to vlnlenie. lie m tiled bv .luelge Cowln and s nteneeil to one oar's Imprisonment, lie aiipeali'd but was not sue ee ssfnl and sereel his nine In K'd Most was again nn-.sled. bin in t of. in l ted. t'aptaln Titi.s sp,.i( sev ril hours at po lice li adeinarti rs to-night which Is e 0.1 trarv to his uual eustoir. When asked If he expeeteel moie anarehi'ts to be biought ill he said he did not know. WILL MAKE NO REQUISITION. District Attorney Cimnot Find Any Evidanro Agninst Emma Goldman. I.nffale. Sept 12 The district attorney heie annoiiiu . .1 publicly this at li'i noon tbiet ho h;id no extde-nee against Kniui.! Ooldman and that unb-s" something turn ed up thj ripilsltloii upon the state' of Illinois would not be mi.ele for her. Tins does net tnian that tin- bottom has drop, peel out of the conspiracy theory, as soiiib urn dlb osed -o hastily fissupie. It simply means that no evidence has yet been secured to connect her with the crime It shii is lelniscd sho will h kept unde'r the closest surveillance and it will be ens ten the' author tics to place tlnir 1 n'.ils upem her if die is wantc.l later. Tle re Is a hop he'ie, however, thnt romo way will be found to hold In r, at le.i'-t until li 1 stlgntlons now In progress by tho Pi eiTt rervler people In all the prlui'lp.il eiUi'S where .m.irehlst organlzatluiis exl-it are completed. She wns nrri'sted wholly upon the ie sp.eiislbllity of the "'hi:a ;o police under the gone ral creler sent emt by hnpt. Hull to appredie nd nil persons who might have luienvkelgci of the attempted n'sassirmtlon While no evidence has b eii fc unel against the fji.lehnaii wi.man. tno gcvernment is satlstkd that Onlgosz (tossed be r pnth and In due time It Is I.e. lieved whatever e ope etlon, 'f any, th 1-3 was betw.eu them, will lie ellscOVP- el. by the .-1 , r. t .service men who traced ('z' 1 gees7. nh, leabouts back ste by step. On' nf the thing- deslrol is a complete report of the keiiiro th? President's assailant s.eys lnsplieei him to lommit the deed. racInnThTrain. Bad Woathor Marks the Oloso of La moille County Fair. Ilvele Park. Sept. 12 The second day of ll. 1.. inn. lib' couutv r.i I r e.peMted We die - . 1 111 nning with 11 ( loiideil skv and inhi 1, il at intervals all ilav. Hut pi'opb, uontlo i.'d to arrive until ne-arly night and 11s a re -ult the crowd was as largo us usual on the see onel day. On fie-eount of the ra 11 onlj one race was trotted In the nit nemo. It whs tho 2:112 class, puit $2"0, with four st uteis. Tho .summaiy: Jessie Slmoiids. T. W. I'tton 1 1 I Hope So, F. A. Slnyton 2 2 1 Susan It., A. J. Pomcroy 3 :i 2 fi.illiiiin, I,, L. Haines 1 I 2 Time 2:.'fi'i, 2:41, 2:H;'. During Thursilay forenoon the sky was hi aw until about 1:30, when It bouan to lain atnl continued all tho aitrrnoon. Tho fi 1 e-eir all class was eancelleel and Hie S'!2 and 2-2S classes wero the. only runs tiutlid and these In n pouring tnln. Tho e '.vere three starters In the 2:22 class for a purse of J2Co. The summary: Polly Warner, by T. W. I'tton... Sin an, by K. A. Siindi illn llbrlno. by I'. A. Hlavton 1 i 2 2 3 3 Time 2:27ife, L'-llj'i, 2:3.'.. The 2:2. cImmi for a pure of ;2oo was the nicest lute testing nice of the. scasein. It had four start us and live heals were iio-'-enery. The summary: Je -sh. Slmonds, T. W. Utlon...3 3 1 1 t l.arb Wire, .1. A. Dicker 1 "22.! Mug by K. A. Sunderlln 4 1 t 2 dr Wlillnin Ij by S. V. Jones 3 1 3 Jt Time, 2:27ii, 2;,K, 2:3C, 2::Ti, 2'10, Geo. W. Lane, Pewamn, Mich., writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is tho best remedy for Indigestion nnd stomach trou hie that I -er used. For years 1 suffcrrd from dyspep l., m times compi-lllng me to stay In bed ..id causing me untold agonv 1 mi r mpltM Mired b Hoelol ) spepsla C " l . rec n, in, nrilne t to frlrndH who 'I i' r m i e Hon I always oil' r to I 1 ''It If i' ' H 'I his fuj- I In e i ill OSiellivilll .v toung, W P Hall, J3. uvHv.ui, t., i. (.ranuau, winoosui. THE PRESIDENT The End Came After a Long Struggle at 2:15 Saturday Morning, WAS UNCONSCIOUS FOR His Last Words to His Wife: "His Will Be Done" Chanted the Hymn "Nearer My God to Thee" in Presence of His Cabinet Mrs. McKinley Shows Great Fortitude Roosevelt Unable to Ieach His'Bed side Great Iage Against the Assassin During Hours of the Presi dent's Death. Idllbiirn House, nuffnlo. N. Y Sep tember 14. President McKinley died tit 2!ir. o'clock. Ho had been uncoti- 1 scions since 7.50 p, m. ills last conscious I hour on earth was spent with the wlfo to i whom he devot' d a life tlmo of care. He died unattended by a minister of the go.s I pel, but his last words were an humblo ' submission to the will of the God In whom 'he believed. He was reconciled to the cruel late to which an assassin's bullet had condemned him nnd faced death in the same spiilt of calmness and polso ) I which has marked his long and honorable i carter. Ills last conscious words reduced ito writing by Dr. Mann, who stood at his bedside, when they were uttered, were as follows: "Good bye. All good bye-. H is God s way. Ills will bo done. ' His relatives and the members of his of ficial family were nt the Mllburn house, except Secretin y Wilson, who eilel not avail hlnuclf of the opportunity and some of his personal and political trends took leave of him. Tile painful ceremony was simple. Ills friends cuino to the door ol the si k room, took a longing glance nt him aid turneel tearfully away. Ho was pra. tic illy unconscious during this time, hut the p w- iTful heart stimulants including o. ", to etui as miunignt approaencu nn cmu iis tli.d en w steadily worse, v ere employed to re store him to lon-i'ious-. w ere spared to Keep the spark of life g ow- - he starf of physbdans augmented by Dr. ness for his llnal parting with his wile. II ing. Dr. .Inneway of New rk city, ai- sto. kton. who bad temporarily taken tho asked for her. She sat by his st'h" ;iul 1 rived at the depot at 11 :10 o 1 dock. Gcorg, pj,,c of Dr. MeHurney, was Mlinnion.il held his band. Ho consoled her and bade frhnn wns waiting lor him ami they diov nrv in tho evening and there was a con her goodbye. She went thiough tin- In alt ,u a breakneck pace to the Mllburn ho so. f, t,nce. tiding st ene with thesnmebniA cry and I or- 1 10 was shown to the Pr.sidt nt's room at A t '':10 Inst night tho physicians announc tltuclo with which sho has borne tho grief 1 once, and began .111 c. unii.atlnn of tl.e Pd oflb lally that the Pre -lelent's condition of the tragedy which ended his life. almost ln.inlmato form. Sccretnry of the was not so goe,el. Tho problem of ellsp. sing The Immediate cause of the President's ( Xnvy Long arrlveel at the Mllburn house nf the food in tho stomach was becoming death is undetermined. Ills physicians el s- at. 12:o1 o'clock. This was his llrst visit to a serious one and the danger of heart fall agree and it will possibly roepiiro an a-i- j tilt- city and ho had the extreme satlstnc-1 uxe Increased. topsy to finally tlx tho exact cause. The rage of the people of Huffnlo against the President s assassin when they icarinu to -night thnt he m dying was boundless. Thousands surrounded the Jail and the en tire polices force ot the city ancl two regi ments of militia were utilized to Insure his protection. l tilletln Mllburn House. Ihifl'nlo, N. Y., Sept. 14. 2.2i a. m. Tho 11. embers of the lamtly with tho exception of the bereaved wife were at the death bed." Mrs. McKin ley was In an adjoining room Dr. Ulxey was tho only physician present. FAREWELL TO CABINET. Hefore six o'clock it was clear 10 those nt the Pivsldent s bods-lde that he was dy ing niiel preparations were made lor the hist sad ofticcs of far '.veil from tho e who were nearest and clearest to him. Oxygen had been administered steadily but with little elfect in keeping back the ap proach of death. The President 1 nine out of one period of uncoii'-cliiusness only to iclapse into another. lint in this pern d when his mind was partially clear, occur red a Se rles of events of profoundly touch ing character. Downstairs, with strained unci tear-stained faces, members of the e.iblnet we-ve irrniMied In jinxlnlls waiting. They knew the end was near and that the.door .111.1 told blm thnt hlsservi es wcren t tlmo hud come win n they must see lilm '"' l"if. ! a.-l that be wotil 1 bo nntltbcl fur the last time on earth. This was nbout in- was wanted. Dr. Mann said tho six o'clock. It was an awful moment for 1 President w as still nlh o later, and thnt Dr. them. One bv one tbev usee ndnd the 1 Jnnew a v was examining the he art act Ion. stairway, Secretary Root. Secretary Hitch cock, and Attorney-General Knox. S cr--tary Wilson also was there, but he held back, not wishing to see the President in Ills last agony. There was only a moment ary itny of the cabinet officers at tho threshold of the death chamber. Then they withdrew, tears streaming down their fences and the words of Intense grief chok ing in their throats. RIDS ADIEU TO HIS WIFE. After tl.ey left tha sick room tho physi clans rallied him to consciousness nml tho Piesldent asked almost immediately that his wife be brought to him. The doctors fell back Into the "h.-nlows of the room ns Mrs. M. 'Kinky cair.o thrnurh the doorw.iv. Tho strong face of the elylng man lighted up with a faint smile as their hands were e In s )ii el. She sat beside him and helel his hand. Despite her physical wenKtiess, fho beie up bravely under the or.leal. The President In Ills last period of con sciousness, which ended about 7:10 o'clock chanted the words of the beautiful hymn "Nearer My God, to Tbee," and bis Inst aucilble conscious words ns taken clown by Dr Maim at the bedside were "e'.o.jel bye, all; Good b e. It Is God's way. HP) will be done." Then his mind began to wander and soon afterward he completely lost ccmselou.i iiiss. Ills life was prolcngcet for hours by the administration of oxygen nnd the Pie sldent dually expressed a desire to be al lowed to die. About S-30 eieloc k the admln istiatlon ot oxygen ceased and tho pulso grew fainter and fainter. He was sinking gradually llko a child Into the eternal slumber. Hy 10 o'clock the pulso could no linger bo felt In his extremities and they giew cold. Delow stairs the grief striken gathering waited sadly for the end All the evening those who hnd ha.stened z.::": "ttrL:lw?Jx In carriages ot a gallop, or were whlskol , up In automobiles all Intent upon g, Ming theso was Attorney-General Knox, who reached tho houso at U:3i). lie wn.s permit ted to go upstairs to look for the Inst tlmo upon tho face of his chief. Those In the house at this time were .Secretaries Hitch cock. Wilson and Root, Si nators Fair 'links. Hnnna nnd Hurrows, Judgei Day, Col. Merrick, Abner McKinley, the Pres ident's brother nnd his wife, Dr. and Mrs, Itaer. tha President's niece and her bus kind, Mrs Harbor and Mrs. Duncan, t lie Picslilent s sisters, Miss Mary limber, Mrs. MeWllllanis, Mrs. McKinley's cousin, tho physicians, Including Dr McHurnev, who arrived after eight o'clock, John G, Mllbutn. John N. Scat' herd, I lurry Hamlin, . (Secretary Cortelyou anil a number of o.h ers. Rov. C. D. Wilson, ,c Methodist min ister nf Toniiwnnda. N. Y., who was the President s pastor for three years at Cm ton called ot the residence tn Inquire wlie. ther Ills services were needed but did not enter the houso. Another Methodist min Islr who hn a church noirby remained at tho Mllburn residence for two h"iirs In the belief that his services might bo desired. PHIH.1C IS NOTIFIED. At t:37 Secretary Cortelyou, who had been much of the time with his dying chief, sent out formal notification that the Pmidont was dying. Hut tho President lingered on, his pulse growing fainter and fainter. There was no need for official bulletins after this Those who cnine from llin hoe.sr it Intervals, told tho same story Hint the President was dying and that tho ud might come at imv time Ills Iff -liinelou vitality wi- tin niilv re training factor In the result and this gave hotw of only brief postponement of tho end. Dr. i Mynter thought he might last until 2 a. . h. Dr. Mann said nt 11 o'clock that the President was still alive and probably miiiiu nve nn nuur, i hum iininiieci leiiniu- in ii.- iiiuir him iuuii. i nu inwiui.ini in icatn il me latest news was not more re ened to hours and midnight enme the chicken broth, toast nnd coffic given yes-I assut Ing. President still battling against death. At this midnight hour, the Mllburn house was the center of a scene as nnl- dent's miirkid Improvement. It was only mated ns though It was midday, although "In n It became apparent late in tin tnorn n solemn hush hung over the great rod lug that this food had not ngieed with of watchers. The entire lower part of the tin- President that the llrst genuine an.t- house was aglow with light nnu mo man attendants, fi lends and lelatKis could be seen within moving about and ocoa.-lnn- ally coming In groups to the front door way frr a breath of air. In the upp. r iront enamners tno ugnis were imv ami atniind on the north side where the chain-j hr of death Is loentrd there were Iltfu i lights sometimes burning blightly andl then turned low. NO KFI'OIIT RPAUKD. I Secretary Hoot and Secretary llson came from the house about midnight nnd paced up and down tho sidewalk. All th t HfifrflnPV Hrwit R.nlll Wn.S! "TllO Cnfl haS not yet come.' Despite the' fact that vitality continued ..... it Hon of seeing the President alive though ho was not conscious of his visitors pus once. Secretary l.nng was visibly nticciici. j viikm ATtTIlF ARRIVAL OF CORONER.! Shortly after midnight the Preside nt's hieatlilng was barely perceptible li s pulse had practically ceased and tho ex tremities were cold. It was recognl?eel that nothing remained but the last stru gle an 1 trlends of tho family who lal remained through the day began to loi.e the house, not caring to lie present at th llnal scene. Sue h an Intense state of anxiety w.is fell among the wotrlnrs thnt rumors g-nn-ed fri'ipient circulation th it ele alh had al readj actually occurred. The arrival of the coroner gave rise to one such rumor and a flood of groundles despatches were sent snjitig that the end hail come. Corontr WlKon s.ilel that bo had been or ekreil by the district attorney of the e oun tv to go to the Mllburn lesidcner as s on ,cs pos-ible after tho announe em. nt of defth He had seen a reputable paper Is sued with the announcementth it the Pr s Idcnt clied at 11:00 p. m.. nnd had hurrl el up so that there would be lie- delay in re moIng the body. He was cry much chagrined when Dr. Mann met blm at th 1 nei-e w.is reniiy no nope, nut inoy cuu not de sire gruesome anticipation. ROOSEVELT REACHED. Wns on Top of Mt. Marcy When Mos songors Found Him at Flvo O'clock Friday, North Creek, N. Y., Sept. 13. Vice-President Roosevelt started at ti o'clock this moining from Tnliawus club with guld, s on a bunting trip through the forest. Un receipt of the despatch stating that Presi dent McKinley's condition was critical men were Immediately started In scan h of blm. t'p to 5 o'clock it was Impnsi.Me to locate him, but ho was finally found cm top of Mount Marcy, a distance of tell miles from the club lions" to which point th'' despatches from Buffalo were clcliv ereel to blm. Tile Vice-President immedi ately started for tho club at which place teams nro waiting to convey him to this point with the quickest possible speed. As Tnliawus Is miles from here it will be pi nimbly !) or pi o'c lock before he reaches this village, where a special train cunslst ing nf Vice-President Young's car and an fiiglnc will convey him to Albany.. Vice-President Itcoscvolt's private se cr. -Delaware and Hudson railroad are heie awaiting his arrival. ROOSEVELT EN ROUTE. Albany, N. V., Sept, 13. Vice-President Roosevelt reached the camp of the Tnlia wus club In tin' Adlrondnedis X". miles north of North Creek at 9 o'clock. He was found on the top of Mount Marcy whero he h id gone on n hunting expedition by guides to mm the t' ",' ' Y, l . V ,,' h , , , Slie etui train to bring ino-eelt to Alb my telegraphed the train despatehers in this rlty thnt he could not possibly icneh North Creek before 0 o'clock and thnt he toud not rench Albany before morning. STORY OF THE DAY, Mllburn House, Iluffnlo. N. V., Sept. 1.1 President McKinley begun to sink she i l ly after 2 o'clock this morning after t-t 1 1 It-iil period of 12 hours In whb h ahum and hope mingled In the feelings of those who sun mind ed him. Trouble began on the preceding nfternoon through the failure of the digestive oigans to perform th Ir functions. The necisslty for nourishment had been pressing for several days an I the partial failure of artlcflclal means had led to the adoption of natural minus. Tho llrst administration of beef Juice Tho Hot Woathor Tost Makes people better acquainted with their resources nf stiength tird endurance. Many find Hint thry nro not so well off as they thought and that they are easily enervated and e'e) rested In the Ileal. What they need Is the tonic effect of Hood's Sarsnparllla which strengthens tho blcocl, pioinoles icfrcshlng sleep, over comes that Hied fcellntJ, creates, appetite. Over Fifty Years Mo ll.i,unn,.u o I.I.... u i t e te'ei or .1 ii i , ii ' . ' ,i i i" ----- -w', "eeeiu iuiieiieKi l ECUWICH IIIO Cllllll, soiteiis tlio gums, III laB all pain, cure wind co'k, and is the bi t remedy for Diarrhoea, bvei''aJl deruVL- 'S tt"u"j tfims a uottio. boia throughout tho world. HOURS. through the mouth seemed to agree with the patient and the physicians wero high- ly Riatllied at thu way the stomach seem- terday morning was spoken of by all tho pin slelans ns strong evidi ncu of the Pnl iuv appeanu. i no urst nolo ot alarm was sounded in the olllclnl bulletin yes- t rday afternoon which spoke of tho Pn .-Odont's fatigue, ,. p,( sdent McKinley. already weak from 01,,.Ml l)f tlt. lrgedy and suffering (.,,iiliilnid of nn lucre using feeling nf fafgue. Ho lnd been heretoforo fo bimvanl and cheerful that his complaints hud not been seriously regarded. The pulso wns aw ubimrinally high, 1.0 beats to tho minute. With a temperatute of Pi'J.J it si, i,Ve been 110 beius lower. 'CI,., 11 Ml.-hr.ril r.l lUr. l,m,. l.nr.n, tft ai-eu-c seilous (oiuern. Instead of urow- , np hetter the President" condition after ... CAI.OM.HIj AND Oil. GIVEN. as midnight approached the situation w.es growing eritienl. Calomel and oil w, re L-K-en to iimi, H.n .e,.vi, ,i ,ii.,i.ii 1 1 quiet the heart. However, Just before midnight the President Iviel two operations of tho bowels which relieve,! 1,1m verv much and the midnight bulletin was more f.evornble. It state 1 that all the conditions 1. ei Improved since tho last bulletin. .ce tho last bulb tin. ., '"".'" " i" then that the opening of nrflt,frt correspondents of all of the lend 1 have the effect of allay- 1" Journals of tlm w-orld were waltlng It was believed tin bowels would h'K the wild pulsations of the henrt. Th . ,eiu ,ii,i ,1,-on (o v.,, .i ,.'...'. 1 iiti 1 ' I" ' L ' Iltltltly tirlgllter. Hilt OWillg to tllC PreU- nenis extreme wenKness unci Ills r.etlgue i e attempt was made to ct.nce.il tb-j ser ums apprehension. sec. Cortelyou Insisted that the trtitn should be uuide public by the dncdors and the bulletins themselves were telling their uniortumite stoi all too plainly. There w,s still hop,, that the worn and weary patient would be better In the nmrnlri unci at mldnkht Sec. ('. rtelyo.i said it was n.,t probable that another bulletin would he Issueel until inclining. Tho unotllcl.il reports nt 1 o'clock and wero both of a satisfactory nature. Another thumb r storm enme out of tie i. nth and a blustering winl complete 1 tho ' heerlc ssne ss of tho night. SL'NK INTO CO I. LAPSE Shortly after 2 o'clock tne physicians and 7o nes detected a weakening of the heart , i tiun. The pulso fluttered and weakened ..ml the Piesls nt sank toward collap.e-. Tin' enel ipperrcd to be .it hand. Restor etives were speedily applied and the phy. Mans fought the battle with all the i'e--e rvo forces of science. Action was Imme diate and decisive. Digitalis nnd strych nia wero admlnisteicel nnd as a last resort - illne solution was Injected Into the veins. A general alarm went speeding to the consulting physicians and trained nurses .is fast as messengers, the telegraph and telephone could carry It. The restoratives did not at once prove effective and It wns realized thnt the President wn.s in an ex tremely critical condition. Thnt realiza tion, with the shadow of death behind It, led to another call and that a summons 1. 1 the cabinet, relatives and close pei nnnl fi lends of the President. A DRAMATIC SCENE. The scene nbout tho house ii;icl in tho storm swept street was dramatic In Its ictieen and setting and the'splrit of trag eelv wns in those who looked upon It. A nii'ssencrcr irlte, rlnrtoel o,,f leilo llo, ,-nlo end wns whisked nwov in an ilectik- ,-ab L ive the outsldi watchers the llrst Intl. iiiatlnn of the bad m-ws from within. At the snmci moment new lights humid with in thu windows of the Mllburn residence. Soon the weird was passed that the Pres ident hud partially collapsed and wns crlt i illy III. It was a confirmation that was hardly ncrded. The newspaper correspondents who al ready had sent warning of a serious change In the President's condition rushed to the Improvised telegraph offices with the llrst bulletins. PHYSICIANS ARRIVE. As the tdegraph Instruments rattle 1 President; Mrs j. t Duncan another sls fiway with their forlorn story, the hastily ter nnd Mrs. Lafayette McWIlllnms, In nd .eroiiFcd physicians begun nrrh Ing. An dltlon to Mr. .Ubn C Mllburn. former automobile racing at top sped brought Dr. Ppostmaster General Hissell, John N, Mynter first. He did not stop to spoak but Scatcherd of Huffalo and Representative lushed Into tho house. Dr. Mnnn cnino Alexander of tho Iluffnlo district. Tho liul almost cm his heels and ho too sprinted came from the house and said: down the street .Wither stopped for a word as thev rushed In. After them cum., Al tier .McKinley pale nml agitated. lln had left the houso scarcely two hours be- f. re reassnrred and had be enarnusee! Itom slumber by a messenger who told him to come at once. Sec. Wilson and See. Hitchcock 111 glint nt the pi ill of their belove.1 chief 'irrlvi'd within ii few momi'iits. Neither knew llio tt ue state of the President at th.it moment and In silent i'ear thoy quickly entered the house. Another hurrying lsltor was Dr Wnsilin whoso nnhal completed t tin ilrile of ph.vsldnn.s. and still nimther, Mrs. McWIlll ims, tho Icvlng friend of Mrs. Mc Klnley. The physicians after their consultation and the examination of the patient could cilfer little eiiceiuriiKcii.. ut. lie was verv wt ak and his heart was so fee bio that they f.'.irel lest his life might go out at any time. The bulletins they Issued 2:M told of tho very critical cf.p.dltlon the President. "It gives rise, they said, "to tho gravest apprchc nslcns." Tho movement of the bowels had occuried but lie part had not responded to stimulations, SLIGHT RALLY AT FOUR. At 4 o'clock the Piesldent rallied slight - Iv. The sallno solutioll which saveel Mrs. McKinley's life In San Francisco had proved In n measure effective, nnd Dr. M.inn and Dr. Ms liter lift for their homes, l hi liMily reassuring woi il, henvi vcr, was . '-""-" e"e, ....... ee 1 111 11 v "1UI M )t 'vrl nil hope Dining the whole dreadful night Mrs. r,V,!."" . , m lo her Ire bin ceiiulltlou It w,ts rc iislderi d best lint to I inform her of tho President's critical con-1 dltlon and sho Rlept peacefully her expressed the opinion that tlm extreme room through It nil. weakness or tho henrt Is due to tho shock Vice-President lloosovelt wn.i telegraph- of ti. jrst bullet which struck the Prrsl td to nt three places In tho Adirondack.', dent's breast bone, now manifesting It Secretary Cortelyou and Mr. Mllburn s. If fr tho llrst time, paced up and down In front of the houso This morning when the nurses sought to for 20 minutes just before the dawn enmo. adjust the pillows so as to shot out the They had little encouragement to offer, light of tho window, tho President pro Sccrctary Wilson also came out on to the tested. "No, 1 want to sec tho trees" ho porch and stood for ten minutes looking murmured. "They nro so beautiful." away Into tho darkness. He snld he had The doctors believe ho fully realizes how not abandoned hope but his air was not low he Is although ho has not been In nno of conviction. Everything lndicaud formed. that heart failure was feared. AN BVIIj OMEN. ino nay uroKo wear nnu origin, wnno Houso at 3-ir this afternoon. After leav tho red streak of dawn was still In the inir the house ho said his call had no of cast a Mock of blackbirds flow directly fie inl significance. He had merely stopped over tho Mllburn Houso and the watchers in to Intpilre ns to the ecndltlonof the Pre ottlsldo wondered If It was nn III omen, slehnt. The superlhtendt nt snld there Is no At r.iM Sec, Wilson enmo Into tho daylight thing new nt headquarters excepting tho looking haggard nml dejected. rnct thnt every precaution ts being taken "The President hns a llg'itlng chance" to meet such a crisis ns might bo expoot-t-nld he. The tone of his words sounded ed to result from tho death or tho Prcsl llko tho expression of a forlorn hope,. i dent, "liould that ellrerul event romo to Secretaries Hitchcock and Wilson nnd Mr. ho spared will bo dismissed under orders Mllburn enmo out of tho house shortly nf-' pars. ter six o'clock with serious faces. See' The ontlrn police force ho said would re Hltthcock snld: I port to-night for duty. In enjo ther.i Is no "The President is rallying slowly and wo emergency those of tho i serves who can Ktlh think that ho has tr.oro than nn even to keep tb"msclves In constant communl chnncc of recovery." I cntlon with hondepiarters. The superln- No word enmo out of the Mlburn resl-' tendent added: "Wo hope It will not bo ele nro for almost nn hour after this. Tho rctcssnry to resort to those emergency bulletin usually lsurd at C:"fi was omitted, plans but If our President should pas's Dr. Klxry told a representative of tho As- awnv It cannot be doubted that the crowds Enrlnted Press thnt ho felt sltrrhl I v eneeillr. iii.cd. Tho President has tallied somewhnt" said he, "but then you know" ho added, i "tho President Is usually better In the' mottling." Fee. Cortelyou at that hour was lying Iiftlvn. tin ivnq tlitftnn- lila Ofot rf m "1 - " ..r ..... ...us v..v ... . rilOWDS APOPT THIS HOCRR. The Huff.ilo papers all had oxtraw on tho streets at daylight. One paper announced that the President wns flying. The result was that tho whole city was thoroughly .mi-ousc.i1 and alarmed and before 7 o'clock ii-qusc.iI and alarmed and before 7 o clock crowds of people Mocked In the direction nf Ferry street and Delaware avenue to I They stood nt the ropes far down the. In- terse cling streets and waited patiently for the appearance nt tho morning bulletin. Many of them refused to credit the news of tho President's sudden change for tlm worse until they had learned by word of mouth from the sentries of tho Presidents dangerous and critical condition. MORNINC, CONSirirATION. The first physician to arrive for the moe-ntm- consul I n t Inn wn.s Dr. W.is.lle. ll passrel einicKiy into the Minium rcsiel. nee. iwn minuics liner Aoner .MCiMniey waiK- ed down to the corner to tell his coach- man who had been waiting for him with a carriage for an hour that he would not go to 111s hotel lor urcautast. The new d.'t-ill of soldiers for guard dutv for to-day arrived from Fort Porter a few inuiuies inner, ine gnsrci was enangei find the sentries posted for the day Dr -V'1"" 1 ' l . . 'I saw the Pr s- cnt ilt nY r,'cloc,l!" snld he. "Ills huh M'tio tlioti t'nft' rri"tit'n " ren.di- Hon was then very grave Dr. Mann enme up In an nutomohllo iw- minutes later. "I have nothing to -,iy now" ho said In reply to a question ns ho p.isi l.cu i into the ropccl inciosure nbout t.io A stunm of callers began arriving earlv. Seer.il of the foreigners connected with the Exposition arrived to enquire about the President's condition. All callers were met at the door by Mr. Mllburn who in- ev.....n.l .v.. r..n.e.e.M. e 1 i e'eniLU iiiene iliac, lieu i ivsiete-iii niiel Jill- lleil fi 1 1-1 i.-citl nee J rairij .wen. e,f, !J"r mnn0"Sv,. '. "n,"5;' "l,nt., the Preside nt wns a very sick man. "Rut tho physicians say he has a bare lighting cl'ance ' said he. "l ' si u 1 1 . ,luul, ,, ..iiiimiu icm- f"'"rp was " memorable one. Down tile greets in eyrry direction people were ' 'ed huiulrec s deep while at the coiner where the headquarters of the press are ready to flash the llrst nevs ns far as tho wires reach, while within the tents tho Imet,. er.leer.po n Inolrumnne,, ll. ,. . iv,v.h.o-o ,,n,v in.n re, eiiuwiih off the sad Intelligence. In fiont ot the re sielrree the blue coated soldiers paced with arms at right shoulder. All were waiting almost breathless for news. ANNOUNCEMENT OF PHYSICIANS. The doctors finished their consultation t n in They left the house together and m,,',,',,, for ,v r,.w minutes' on the lawn to icnney their verdict llrst to Presidents brothe r. Chaplain Syke s of the miy in Ins black vestments who had come to In quire after the President's hi filth lifted his hat ns tho men upon whom the Presi dent's life depends passed him. The phv-slc-ians looked grave and serious as the y walked away from the residence. Dr. Mann and Dr. .Mynter came aw ay to gether. "We nte very anxious" sud Dr. Maun, very anxious" he repeated as lie entered the can luge In w aiting. "Have you given up hope?" "Hy no means," leplled the doctor. "Is he better than when you saw him last?" "Ho Is better than he was in the early hours of the morning" he responded as he directed the conchmnn to drive away. Dr. Mynter had little encouragement to offer. "1 am not absolutely without hope," said he. "Tho President has a lighting chanco tut I would ue more hopeful If the day passed and ho had gained a little stiength. IIo has Improved some slneo early this morn ing but the Improvement Is very slight, 'i he trouble lies with his henrt. Wu are stimulated and our treatment tins been Inirly successt.il." '1 will sav In answer to your question leplled Dr. Mvnler hesitatingly, "that t 1101 "' rn t"r1'" ver to nun and It will be do not consider the case absolutely hope- omp llm" l'foro Czolgosz luncs my cus Icsk," tody. Th) ari-nngeme nts wo made wero Tlie official bulletin when Issued was Provide for any contingency that might slightly reassuring nnd Indicated that tho arl!"c'- 1 now !-uro tllat ,hero ls no elan crisis might be prolonged, stating definite- Kcr of any trouble In this city." ly that tho President's condlilon had soini'- hnprovvl during the past few noun and that thero was betterresponfo tostlm- illation. Hut his rti'se was up to while his temperature was down nil.) the conviction grow that It was almost a for lorn hope. Shortly after 10 o'clock tho liitlurito friends and relatives of the President who were telcgrnped for early this morning, be. gnn to arrive nml soon after 10 o'clock tnero wero assembled In the downstairs rooms of tho Mllburn House Senators Hnnna anil Fairbanks, Ex-Sec. of itato Day. S's- WINon anil Sec. llitchenck, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hermann Haern, Abner MrKin- ley, Miss Helen McKinley, a sister nf th "If ke President suocctssfuHy weathers the morning his chances of ultimate, ir- euvery are greatly Increased because bis condition other than his heart weakness Is v"' encouraging." Senator Hnnna enmo on a special train fiotn Cleveland, making tho run In the re. marknble tlmo of three hours. He- was accompanied bv Mrs. Hanna, Col. Myron T. Merrick. Miss Harbor anil a few other friends of the President. I lo hnel r eci 1 ed the news nt 4 n dock this morning and lm- i "u' oiueie-ei a spee nu num. C A H I N KT Sl'JIMO N ED. All the cabinet oJllcers were telegraphed to at 3 o'clock this morning ami are n ny presumably on their way thither. Dr. W, I W. Johnson of Washington, who is nt' j Portsmouth on the Maine coast and Dr. i 1 Jaiicway of New York, both celebrated ! heart specialists have been summoned, nt ' ceienraicii nenii specialist, who has 0f'l,rt,n watching tho bulletins closely hna A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Huruhain of Mach Ins, Me., when the doctors said she would : die from Pneumonia In fore mnriiliig ' 1 writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, wbei iitl.-aA.i her thnt fearful night, but she begged for i Dr King's New Discovery, which hal more than once snved lnr life, and cured jier of Consumption, fter taking, she s ept all night v ut the r use entire v enreet her This murvclous medlclin l- g iar-1 'i?,1.! ,n 'l?', ."" 'n"',,,,t .V"" .e"."1. ''""R Dlt-.ii'C. Only ,im ami Jl n" Til il n, i tlrs free at O'Stlllliaii e.; Youngs drinr store. PRECAUTION J3Y THC POLICE. Punt, of Police Hull called at tho Mllliiirn ,,.- nil,. .l, ,il.. i im.i,t,,iii,, mrnim dlgnntlon. 'J ho sup"rlntrm1ent nnnounrtd that it ffemed pinetleally ffrtaln that limmi noldman could not be held on anv evl- elenr o posse.'sc.l by the authcrllles her.-. rw, I,.,u ...... r.".F.u1 1 1 . 1 IIKIU.' Ill, 1 1 e , n Itl IV II le II I "5 'U demeanor of stolid Indifference and non t htilnnce. At l:.T Senator Hanna left tho house. Tl li.ie, was just a suspicion of a smile on s fneo but this nppenraneo mir not one ins tneo imt tni ntipenraneo i il i r.' 7, ' i,fu-e feel " th'-it th- imirm ement mnv eon. tin,,,.,- r cmeni may con SEC. I500T IN TEAKS. Seere'ary Hoot arrived nt the house a' e t I o'clock. He remained but ten min ute hen he emerged he said "I navo In pc vet." "I - it a hope borne oe a ...sen. e,u-,ej one .i-kcd. ' Th it Is Inrd to toll," he enswered ' Ml I we must continue to hope " Tl" Secretary w is visibly affected. I "i n illv, he seemel unable to continue "tl" with n gesture Of d"precntlon. as If to ; 1 : . .',, . , " " '" "'- -.".....i-, , nle'i moved off down Delaware avenue, u ";,s shortly after r.:ir, that Secretary 11,101 '""" frnm 11,0 1,0"F" n" p r,.mr- ee, uiu iejnK.iiie i eieeee, ..eiise nnu tf,''ru Jhe" a colored messenger rushed 1 "tl , , 'A , , 111 il nil llUl'"r in. nil. 11 'i Ui'n friend enmo out and In a broken tr.ne an- nonneed: "Tho President Is very, very had, n.l !, 1, l.n rlnt OXYGEN OF NO AVAIL. . Dr. Stockton nppearcd In a fast drive and In a few minutes other of the plsl- ians It was then leanrd that the heart ,,,, ,,. tfl ,,, , .,,, .,,. tVlo , rosort-r,xvgen-was being tried. At 4r. the official bulletin was given out It was dated 5:1.", and it showed bv the n spitatlon the despernto condition ot the I're-i.Ient The resplrntlon wns lnrty and tol.l that the oxygen treatment wns not ' v,.,,.e.... ...... ..ee-nn n,A ....ni. en.eee. nu,i iiieei iijn.n eiiu n e.iee ei' .11 e I:y six c'. lock carrlnges c ontaining rein- tv- "' P-rsonnl frie-nels were ebiving up and there was Inten-o but subdued evciti' ment about the outside of the houe, Senitor Hnnna, Captain and Mrs. Me. Will,.. ins. Mrs. Iterrick and others had ar ri d it e, o'clock. S. iu. tor Fail banks ami Judge Diy r--ach-cd th" house at 'Lie.. RUSH FORlZULGOSZ. rr- W.. KT nt 1Tirel sew u e.ue eeiecu eeeevpue vi i. i-v i ii i u y :s Death Were Driven Bacu by tho Police. SreliotiMTi.ei-rain Ce-a iis,,nei re.. midnight the. great crowds on the street btr.ime- i m it-1. .it a rumor that the I iesj. dent w.is chad A ru-h v. as mule to ward th-i police) station where 1'z dgo-j? Is confined. It was promptly drii.-n back after a weak r e slsti. n. . . In t.eet. twenty prllremrn hamPed the enwd on one street without trou'.;.) indicating tn,.t they were not veiy mm h In e in est in their endeavor- to get to pc.lle'e headquarters Large crowd, had assembled on Main street In the Uinitv of the tv wspaper of tlces and on th. streets sun ouncllng tho police headquarters where Czolgosz is con iitied. The sidewalks were so crowdeel tli.it pedestrian were forced to walk In the center ot me streets. As a precau ropes 'were stretched leading to police head - tionary miasm- across nil streets le quarters and no one was allowed to ap proach the .station except newspaper men. A large force of police were on dutj about tho building and any one approaching it was chalk nge d. A reserve force w as held In 1.....1 ,,.hll.i:,r,l,,.. " i. . t, Kciicv i ua. iuiuiu arise. WILL NOT RIIMOVE CZOLGOSZ. nuffnlo, N Y., Sept. 14. General Rull. siineHntendent of nolice. said to.nlcht with reference to the rumors of tho lemoval of Czolgosz. "There Is only one person to whose cus tody tlm prisonor could be, removed and that Is the sheriff of Erie County. He his THREATENS ROOSEVELT Man Left rJorlin, N, H., Saying Ho Was Going to Kill tho Vico-Presldont Arrostod In Now York. De rlln. New 1 1 eninshlre.Sent. 1 1 T.enrn '"ac a man who nnu r a mro tins eoieillK-ll liei .M- i en i u.iii nn , ,, l" II1I1L he was on his way to Was! Ington to kill Viie-Prcsident Ilooievell, filler uf Polleo VeiungLlls has telegraphed tho Chief of Po. li.e uf N..w York to look out for him. The man wis a foreiuncr. He ttl d to 1 uy a tldtd to WasMndd but coul 1 not do so and bousht cue for New York. i EVIDENTLY IS INSANE. New York, Sept. 13. City dete tlves to night arrested a man answering the de scription of the ono mentl uid In tho Her. Un, N. 1 1., telegram. Ho gave hi- nome as Charles Miller of Hcrlln. He ls a German, Tho polleo believing him to bo Insane, sent him to Hellevue. Me claims to be 111, and says lie came to Now York to enter a ln s- plt.il. In Ills pockets wns SK, a small rnil- road torpedo anil some French literature), Ho said when he got well he would call on President McKinley nnd Vioe-PresIeUnt Roosevelt LITTLE Hl'SINESS FOR FRANKLIN eOFNTY COl'RT. St. Albans, Sept. 12. On the convening of Fianklln County Court .esterday morn- Ing tho case of Sow Irs vs. the Hurton i s- tale .nnl Lnmliert vs. the Misslsquol Pulp cnmiiany. were set at the In el of the ertmlnit docket. This disposition of all the chll jury cases except th it of H.lker, ct ills,, vs. Sherman w.is assigned for trial by n struck Jury November 11. The state's attorney assigned a number of cases bo - ginning on Tuesday, September 17 There being no other business ready Judge Row. ell went to his home In Randolph to re turn ruesd.iy. Tho grand Jury Is still In session nnd Judge Anderson and Jinige i , I llltte Helen will receive nny report they may mike in the meantime. Should thoy make a llnal icpoft this week a recess will b, taken bv tlm court until Tuesday nieiri'lng next. Ffi- forty year0 Pr Fowler's 1-xtrirt ot ' " ''' ,,r;w,;r,ry i't i n i in-P i -e lira, n i it ihsep ilbnihoc i bloody lltix l dti In the t inn h mid it has never yet failed to do c cry thing clfilmcd for It. DM OF DISTRESS. News of McKinley's Expected Death a Great Shock to Washington. BUT LITTLE WORK DONE Occretarlos Hay and Gatro and Posi master General Smith In tho CPy -Political Effect of Prusldont'd Death Discussed No Impor tant Chance Expected, 1 " asilinglon, bept. 1J Vasllington, Sept. 13. The news rf thn ."f f'enth of Pre-nlMit M. K tamo as a crushing blow t i,jt.onaI capital. Nowheru pcrhipi- ll el e .Itl 1 I- i nu - ia..t zens been so full of mini lem. mato recovery of their elo und tho buoyant bub un-- f t "i-t.lv ilum week fiotn the sick hd n.id l l t in I,,,, r. f,,l . . rlty h 1, Is tho shock torriblo when the i.rs tt a Uiu UttlTalo tragedy would 1 ,.v. a i i' I t Ing came to thcrn. Ail day ib in '.t RTnuV " ' t ,, ,, , ',' . ,, J crous newspaper extris were r i, e snapped up. Little work wn. ! re ir t i executive departments, a.-) the M g t -t c ruse tho clerks dropped th'lr r - 0 i turned to talk in small gn ui o. t. rhaticcs that their chief tn r.i' 1 against death In the gallant sir. -Ie o was making in tho far-away l y 1 1 lake. J tie three cabinet officers in i,e pl it to.f!lly were pictures of lllM s - 1 f el t his ci. n' days ago becretary Hay had I apparently on the road to recovery a I to-day Postmaster-General Smith who hal left Huffalo even Inter and ie 1 heel 1 crq this morning said that win n le ram. fiom the Mllburn houso yesfrd.-i v. the Pre Unit, was according to his b st In orn a- Hon, surely on the mend. Tho p ,itn s er. general returned to Buffalo to-m.h' retary Hay had engaged nee orr.m. 'l on to-night's train Intending to ret j , .cw i amnhlre summer iom eancelled the order earlv In the !dV him developed Important fun Mens on 1 1.1 . ... j . " " ,1 Z'l, mr,u f he 'JLI'ulJJJ? eoi'iii. i. e,,.oe. .en.v 9 e-l......... ee . o hr burden of unvernment of the rre-it r- public in the short but Importnnt inter al that must elapse before the r e-rr"Slde t ''lr c "'nis of the cor f tut on as- "e cares ana responsu i nies I m great pre-idential office. l home nt w oodley, secretary oago aw.uioi ine .'inse oi 1,1- onie. s P orn otiiespl. . acting scrim- or w r. stuck at the war d. pirtmcnt for the r.r- "i.imi-.k sU, n nriiiy . roers i a sad event would force him to Is: II Into communication with Gen Mil Seattle and the hitter notified the ment that he wo ilj r"irn imm.-d i The f ,rt that th" ri.; -d. 1-i-is I- 1 up all hope caused nm ei among public men In the citv if t tillitv of an extra session nf fotv of early changes In the ca'Pnt consensus of opinion was t i- . l changes or important depariur, s p policy were at all llkelv f e rr to come nnd that Congress w 1 assembled until Its regular -. s comber. All the cabinet, the dr' officials and the heads of Inipor'a t r- reaus, according to custom, wh! t 1 . I. - l I .e .1. r. llie'lr re'MIlil I lulls to Iflie-ie' lie- n of embarrassment, but. It is h Roosevelt will follow the pr. by President Arthur, and r. u . continue in olllee. Some . f t , ,-i th m at-. r d V members are not In gooel he.iltli wal,' tneir personal ueslr. s I until suedi time ns th r I f t easily. If Indeed t' ev r. me -t I'mlcr the pre -id. n 'i el -in . cal inct otllerr 1.. ..m' lg em. would hav. to - mm n for. eial session b it tin reqi ren apply to a Vb . - 1'rf sldei ' - - the otilco of his o. .id pr 1 believed no ex'r.i doi tn the nhen. e , ' - as the three tn.,!"l, ' eember car. be hi. eulty and there' Is p. Congress assembling tl ,.ii Impossible to for' se ll'0, ,to , l'c , ';r' ''.'' ' ,' . Thomas Eclectric oil. Momr WET INSIDE AND OUT. Somo Plattsburtrh Fair Visitors Sn -Ited i r-.i. De , rr ir - wuu cuiuniuiiiius ""'li ' Phittsburgh, N. Y.. Sept '.2 A the rain Interfered with the- t-ci i -not deter a largo numbei of i-: "wetting down " too coplou-l w rooV" nnd "Hingle-foot ' Jan-, - of Hurlington was com let ,f .1' ness but sentence was si.speien i the unwritten law whn h pr.uiles "most everything g...s .! inng Fur w Yestcrdav afternoon Record, r 1 e took testnnonv in the is.- of the I against Mrs Annie Con gut w k. tho hotel known as tho S.iv.iv southern part of the ll.ige I plalnant Is Hal-, v H..t'.way of ' ten, Who . lalms t nt w' n he v e 1 ; savoy, sln.rtlv .i''t. r 12 o . lo, k ' fore last, to get a part h w i ! bullet tikmg elfect in the left C claims that Mrs. Corrlg in did t' I lug. sho having thre.it. ned to i bbe fore the first shot was i r. d " .dicgos that the nssauli a i Ini.smuch as ho cre.itt-ci no d -' and did not threaten or prop j entry. Tho defence Introduce I I tending to show that the a'1'nr In i weep two and three o do ne.'c '.eics e.. s s.. . .(.... un.ss e...t ' ". ...... .- . . db rs In the house at the time "" neljourned until Friday m t 1" o'clock. Hathaway Is said t , wholesale dealer in huckiene irks A man with a slung shot mused d.r.iole excitement by Hire I- 1 st ef 1 - rimn out a pine-o on linage str ei evening. He terrorized tho oo Hie saloon and a call was sent f, r lice. Chief Hutler appeared .ml 1 "1. belllge'i-i'iit stranger In the In k 1' gave his name ns Herman SI ar'rw l t Ethan Allen, Vermont. When s, ar slung shot about six ire!. is in leather covered and with a lead ! on inch in diameter In one end It w ,s cufid to tho wrist hy a strap. Oh c' It ler snld that the) slung shot was c f the t;, pe u-eel by tho thugs, of New Y rk t, and that this was the tlrst one he had cv f seen in tills vlelnltv. Dan Puckley, the Giren M. untnln G'mt from Hurlington, and two pais t a fighting Jag on last li'glif up I at n started In to clean cut the town esr 'i U to the po Ire force. They were run short order ami told their tale of w the Recorder this mornhift Alex Gole t, of Htirllngton. wns ir I Inst night charged with stealing n r n and wngon belonging tc Join St Perm s. The l.orse and buggy wt-iv missed a -iit f:30 yesterday afternoon, and Chief Hutler captured Golet with tho property nt. ut a half hour later near tho Normal sen iol 1 Stood Doath Off, V.. 11. M illicitly, n lawyer of Hen'- "a, Tex., once fooled a grave-digger He f s; "My brother was very low with m ii 111 fever nnd Jaundice. I persuaded lvm to try Electric Hitters, nnd he was soon much bettir. but continued tlvlr use until he was wildly curee. I am sure Llcei'lo Hitters sued his life. "I 111" remedy ex pels in .l ii-l.i, kills dts. ase germs nnd puil- lies if, ldooel. ni- ntg. stlon rcg'uiitei liver kldnry and tmw Is, . urcs coutln.i- r tl,. pepsin, iitri.. . einc .se " ,i 1 cm female comp! u1 ts . H s pel C Only SOc at O Sullivan & Yjunes tro.ebh hrnlth I drug store.