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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1001.
13 DATH OF OFFICE Administered by Judge Hazel to President Roosevelt in Buffalo. PRES. M'RINLEY'S POLICY Will Do Followod Olosoly by tho Now Exocutlvo-Okl Oablnot Will Not Roslpn nt Prosent-No Extra Sos Blon of ConfjroBs-Wont to Washington Monday. Buffalo, N. V., Sopt. IS. President liioscvclt took tlio o.ith of olllco at Ansby Wilcox's residence nt p. in. yester day Til ' phi, selected whs tho llliriiry nf Mr Wilcox's house, a rnlhcr smnll I'l l in, n il picturesque, the heavy o.lK VERMONT POLITICS. Noto nntl Comment, Wlso nnd Othor wlso. Tho gubcrnntorlnl bco Is paid to bo buz zing pretty lively nbout Fletcher Proctor's head. Morrlsvllle Citizen. It Is generally considered to-day that Qen. MeCullough of Pennington, Is tho most formldnblo candidate for tho gover norship, and tho dinners, Judging from what ono hears on thin side of tho moun tain, mo very much In his favor. Somo ono who has an Idea that brains rather than political scheming, should control In tho selection of the nominees. suggests the names of MeCullough und Iluse, thn latter tho able Stnto llbrnilan, mid ono of Vermont's best hlstorlnns. Mr. llnse. Is a si holarly representative of the stiohgest minds In the State, while he Is familiar with tho requirements and neco.'sltles of Vermont, and could bo trusted with re sponsibilities of olllee without a suspicion nt sordid purposes. Hrattlcboro corres pondent of tho Springfield llcpubllcan. During tho midsummer nieetliiH of tho Fish nml Oatno League tho principal sub ject under consideration was the governor ship question. Oct). J. G. MeCullough, Col. W. R Webb and F. I). Proctor arc men credited with the strongest ambitions to bo tho next governor of Vermont. Gen. MeCullough Is an avowed candidate to tho "bitter end" and had there been any open attempt to boom thn other candidates, tho MeC ullough brigade would have bei n In an ov of the that T THE BIER. Funeral Services at the nil burn Residence Over President McKinley. had withdrawn Into tho library to the may she fear no evil becauso Thou art north of tho drawing room In which in v with Her casket was placed and horo also gathered othor friends when tho servlco was hold. Tho friends and public associates of tho ueao. resident all had opportunity to view All these things we nk In tho namo of Jesus Christ. Our Lord, who has taught us when we pray to sayi Our Fathfr, who art In Heaven, hnllow- tho remains beforo tho service hegan. Tho ed by Thy name Thy kingdom come, Thy members of tho cabinet had taken their will be done on earth as It Is In Heaven, leave before tho others arrived. They re- (live us this day our dally broad and for- malned seated beside their dead chief give, us our trespasses ns wo rorgivo moso BODY PLACED IN STATE. while tho sad procession viewed tho body They were cn tho north sldo of It. A placa directly at tho bead had been reserved for President Roosevelt, Secretary Hoot, sat alongside this empty chair. Then canw who tresnass against us, nnd lead us not Into temptation, but ticnver us irom ovn, At his left was Attorney-General Knox. Then came Secretary Long and Secretary Wilson. Across to tho right, Secretary Crotelvou stood, tho picture of abforMng grief. With him were Secretary lloot, Hoc rotury Hitchcock nnd Postmaster-General Smith. Guarding the body were a sergeant of artillery nt tho head; a marlno nt tho foot; to ono side was a sergeant of in fantry; to the other anothor marlno. Tho casket wss immediately opcnoa to us run length. An American flag waa thrown for Thine Is the Kingdom and tho power across tho foot of the casket and resting against It were wreaths of roses A moment of sllcnco prevailed, then President Roosevelt with an effort to con trol his feelings, nodded to Secretary lloot nnd side by side they left the soeno by tho side doors, followed by the other mem bers of the cabinet. Five, minutes were spent In complotlntr CAUSE OF DEATH. and nlorv. forever. Amen. Muv the Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Attornoy- General Knox, Secretory Long, tho love of God the Father nnd Com Secretary Hitchcock, Secretary Wilson munlon of the Holy Spirit bo with us all, nnd rostmastcr-Gennral Smith In the or- j evermore. Amen. der named, About a hundred In nil f nw 1 All present Joined In thn Lords prayer the remains. Somo were so overcome with ns the minister repeated it, President erlef nt Mm tli-lit of ilm tliln. nbictd Roosevelt's voice being atldlblo at the roltlltrhnilpn 11, il t Mini," frnmna wtiri nit in bnek of the room. Tho service concluded arrangements of tho nlmlsslon of Buffalo's convulsive sobs. Several clung to the side with a simple benediction, .citizens. Btreamors of double-facod satl of tho bier nnd with .lUllculty could bo HANVV CRFATES A SKNSATION. ribbon, white nnd bleclt, wero stretched persuaded to leave. Almost overy face. ' , , , ., from the hands of tho pallora and soldiers- was Unr-stnlncd. The great love for this Thoeo In the room stepped back, I lie a ,nnik to bo respected by tho throngs, man choked nil In tho hotio. funeral director was about to stop for- Mennwhlle the nowspapermen nnd othom Among those In the procession were wnru 10 P'ucc mc cover uu w.u .... . in tho corridor filed pnst tho casitet. At liu. Senators Fall banks and Burrows, Gover- when suddenly there was a movement be- o'clock exactly, the pollco wero notlfbd nor Yates of Illinois, Comptioller Dawes, hind Governor Odell. Senator Haima, who ,ll(lt th b0(ly collId bo vlowc,i ),y tin; pun- General Hendrrson nnd wife, Rcnrescnta- l'1 r'sc"' snw lnnt tho lll,t opportunity pip, A ,nnuta )n,t(,r an(i ,),.. nrit of tho live l.lttaucr of Now Vork, ex-Postmaster- to "ok lnto 11,0 coimteiianco ot ms eio.aei .on ,. tumu tlirouRli the doors. General lilsscLl and the consulting physl- ' com9- "9 coVm r,:" ', " ' elens, most of whom had met President no longer. Prising forward In an n McKlnley personally for the first time af- ftanl. ho was at tho sldo of tho casket ter lie wns strlckon and who had learned ucnmng ov. r u.nu VJ" , s , ";,' Physicians Find That Gangrene Had Appeared Around the Wound. BEYOND SURGICAL SKILL NO END TO TH 13 CROWD. However anxious, howover persistent. to almost adore him while he suffered so 'th all his cyos, a mlnuto, n most two mm- noweycr unruiy uu fw. ui ,,.: :. . patiently on i s Ilanna, who was Death Was Unavoidable and tho Direct Kosult of tho Jlui'lot Wound Tho Bullot Wns Not Found Nntur Had Mado No Attempt at Repair. s ed n nain qrfvitm- l'""-' wlilln he gazed steadily Into crowds might have been prior to their ad-1 Ru is the .lend nan's : friend the window of the collln. There were 110 mission, all was changed as they out. red body ed be room t this ilm x.ibs. Ills grief wns deeper than that, lln the temple of the (load. Solemn W-nged, tho . trimmings and massive' bookcases giving Pretty good tfims. In fact that a flag at it somewhat the appe.iranco ot a legal truce Is up Just now. Col. Proctor It Is illough brigade would have he. 11 in' , . Tr. . r 1 r C.C 1 for venrs entered the room nt this tlt.m K(ib. Ills grief was deeper than that. Ho tn .er vlKlinlng mMjorlty. Hut nothing ThOUSaildS Take a VlCW Of the Body 111 Buffalo's JmtdM not S "l.nl looked and looked and drank In in ic kind happened. It Is undcrslnnd J "Jn 'i ,,4n Vho would '"' fentuus of the dead. It was pathetlo bl. .,. .. a I ... ,. ...I...1..,.. ...III. ..Iiilt.r.l i.jo 1. ,.v 'i,'ii,o fnptm.,1 n h icU. ,r w,,s absolutely certain that Webb -nd, 111 1 against this tho President "h""""- , luiiiimmLiuii. j in 11 lucre' alleged would be willing tn wait four years the MeCullough are other cotiMd- S .rr, ,d1R him wero the live members orat ons. He Is not quite cer nln how his et ihe . n.t. Si cretaries Root. Hitch- ''ndldncv for the governorship would af- cckl.nngIM.n nnd lVMrnastcr-Gencral et his f..ltber s cnndldacy for re-ebct on Sm.th Near bv wero Senator Chaunce.v to tho Senate. 1 hp fact that some of tho Jl Depew. Judge of the Court of Appeals "i'1"1 "Pl-oMtlon to another tern, for Fon- JI ibht, John Scathar.l, Mr. and Mrs. "f Proctor would be dellghtid to have Anslev Wilcox. Miss Wilcox. George P. his son In tho governorship race- Is not Wnwyer, Drs. Mann, Park and Stockton, Particularly reassuring to the I'roctors. Sir and Mrs. Carleton Sprague, Mr. nnd , ! 1 r"ss i'1,0. lhat V 0,)'' ,!rCP Mvc ii,n n Miih.irn w. rrftnrv to the out of the raco If Proctor becomi s a ca.11- a (r. iitourn, .-.iciuihij lt , , , , ., , PresiJrnt William I.oeb, Jr.. Secretary to tJ V V , . tV A ' til,- deceased President George H. Curt. 1- with the aid of his father, will decide the vol, nr nnii Sirs, diaries e arov. Jl. m-." j ScatlKird, J. D. Sawyer. William Jelters, City Hall Services at the House Simple But Impressive Mrs. McKinley Allowed to See The Remains of Her Husband Bears Her Great Affliction With Remarkable Fortitude. MRS. M'tCINI-nY BEARS UP WIH.T. Ruffalo, Sept 15.-The autopsy on tha of President McKitilev to ascertain nusc of death was performed by Dr HKidned silence thoy moved pjst tin' (iaylord and Dr. .Mutsltigi r. of the New blei to view tho faco of tho President. In Vork State L.i bora tot y i ontiected with tho th"y went in hi either ride .Ml i nlverslty of P.ulTalo, In tl.e presence ot iln'-es were rcpro'entcd In thethrotigstli.it the entire staff of (onsultlns p'lj'sdrlans !loi past, typical Indeed of tho demo 1. icy Mid the district attorney In his official c.i of th people over whom William Mi Km- paclty. Steti'.jrrapher Story of tho district ley 1 uled as President During the tirst t.ttorney's r.rfiec took the notes us they hour the people passed the catxltriqii'. at were dictated. the late of 115 to tho in nute. L..iter in id l'ollowlng is the official announi oment over tho ..rlnf b,. .. ...j ... . , senator unnlin to no one. His even worn the COtllll Wns ClOSCU. vacant. Ho passed through the throng and sent'd himself behind Governor Odell. sinking far down Into his chair and rest- Col. Rlnghnm signalled the body bearers, lug Ids hejad upon bis hand. During all Pour Jack tars of the navy, two inf.mtry ll.r. i.nM..tnA rlt .1 .11.1 . l ... 1 . ..innOT. t(,M,0nntu linl'i, .... . . v. vj ...at iuiiimhu u.w ... M,Kl.a..i,-.miu Was hi ought Into the ..ty hull that In or- or tho result of tho autopsy .- PRIOR. HOOSHVKLT AT TIIK CASKET. Z Vii . ? i ..", . 7?i .i,. t ,nrs followed 'h'r " accommodate a- many as poslblo 'Tho bulltt which Hruek Just beforo 11 o'clock President Roosc- It. Mrs volt enti red. eonilnir Into the room from famlv ... .... .,. .. -l. ,.l U.n.,Al. r..,r1 vltllrtllt ine. ipur uirougu uio liurarj-. aiici- ru.fi.- jn.oiign 1110 i i) wns fs.1mniert thnt omothlnir like TuOO i nr It lower l,,,r,lr i had passed the blor. "Both holes lure found to be perfect y after- ojeii 6y the .stitches, but the tl.s o of tlv . round each h"le had become cuigrenous. On through After iiasslng through the stoma, h th rowilf contlliuid ' ' ilt passed through the back wal s . f I m SriJ i.t '.,,7i Vl, membera of tho lt wou1'1 bo t0 ha!5"' the speed ot ih breast bone did nut pass through tho skin rVm, ' e,i 1 Tt n '! -irri u l1"1!'1"' Accordingly tao pollco utgul and did little harm. Tho other bullot. remaned. it o M ow na i a . M i flrgt houj R ; throU)h ljnth waJU Qf th(j stomagl It.g into tho hnll ho hod mode his way breaking down. Tho trained nurses and 'Mm lt mtmng UK around through tho sitting room behind the personal attendants of tho I'refloVnt Ji'';,''' long hours of the Into ihe library. There wa an instantane- gathere on the sldo porch to see the body ' u T"Mon r :itm.":.?.!"p j. sLlh ; tn ;f,r:ay;.. ,, ot hif.nn.t won ui iii ti iiiii'iLi imi. i uu in ULPnsiiuu tvnn Mini u win iij iniiiuiu i - ... j f un 11 in, i-cju. in. i iu ii n io Lf) 'iii j uf h hi rut tn o u up iurclmui , mum wim ijuw-m tnt iiik noni nils snuia piuo ui iiuuu uu iwi'ivc u iiuck. wiifn uiiui- ivh?. a rity of mmirnrrn, TUf; gnj ana iinmini; tlccoratlons of tho Tan-Amcrlcan oxpnsl cvonmff the reat ort liilnhl Kpu's. The facts which can be sifted out of l"" Rave way lo ine symnoi m Kiinm.. 1 nd JudRC of be mted Slates the above atid other recent comments of The Idack drapery of th, city's tr,;,s ". V.:1 Y. " , known, thnt Gen. McCullonch and Dr. churches w ere noticeable In hi lug . ...... , n. -..,1 ir, not he should enter the Held nt some com HI II 11- I'U . .,... ..v. ,,,.. (f.n.,1 nv.r Ik. ,l,..l mill- n'i i lulu una K'H'iiin's u irii- i,t .... ............... tolling bells of tho Hits of ciep , 1, h, window n o alter si, wed Wehb are In the eld to a gr,at,r or Km PPeare,l on sleeves. The smtow was in- I l.n.' st Jm Ak- for iwmlnntlnn for governor; decrlbable In tho morning a single m-i- e t t ,. h at his Mo g f-rock coat that Hon. Fletcher I . Proctor has had uu- vice took place at the reMileiiee on Dela- 1 r ; finnlnJ t lie hnrdwood floor '' consideration the quesilon wh. ther or w.ire avenue where the martyred President U.'"1 :, 'i?,1 ",h..'L ! . m not he should enter the Held nt some com- died. A hymn was sung and prayer ns That was nil. nnn nt Ifl n'r!nrlf tn.nlfrVir lliar. ,nmivl to t ,-e .irwlnmen hitttt... r.n.1 .pm.- i M nrnris, entered tne nouse. uovernor ucu u iieau tit tno casket ana back between it a muitleit drum ton. tnoso ouisiuu m" . , .. , ii.,it,. ,, ,1 . tl, 11 1,. tv,iV U .i.- V.,i of New York drove up with his secretary and the. members of tho cabinet seated at houso thnt the funeral cortego was about ' n" p ( n lh' r ' ?'t . l'rUon ot.lh and representative Aldus l.lttaucr of its side. Kvery one rose and all eye, to appear. 1 Ion. the darkened rooms-tho f.''" ,,"le l" i,0,' "V ! hJii J of liS pr, invovltJ il ""V KBf New York and following the governor were turned town.d tho President. II.. sorrowing assemblage began to file out to 11 1 p . c1ro."'l' ")"' 'l1.1:: L , . J ? 2' Thc bul 'c jug d a iaio oour ine long niiea uu ins nut yet u. on lounn. 1 nere was n . mine Major General Roe commander of mov -d forward ngaln with tho tide of the thc street. Suddenly through tho green the Nntlonul Guard of New York with his proc sslon to his place at the head of tho vlnc-clnd entrnnce and above tho sea of s-taff ot aides, nil In full uniform, riecre- line of cabinet officers. lie held himself heads there wns a burst of color as tho tary Root walked to the house, with Mr. rreet. like a soldier, his left hand carry- ttars and stripes nnd the masses of flow- aiid Mrs. Spriguc, at v.bnso houso ho has mg forward his silk hat. Those who werq ers lying on the casket came into view, been a guest since first summoned to the coining toward him fell back on cither Then the dark outlines of th casket it- tlty. Two and two, a l.ing line of men of side to let him pass. He paused onco or self, enrrled high on the shoulders of tho dignified bearing, marched up. after these twice to silently shake hands, but there bearers came out from the nrbor of vl e-1. was no smile to accompany his greeting. At the instant it appr-nrcd, ".Nearer, My too, like the n.nn drep down in bis Ood to Thee, ' nsceaded in subdued strains stre. t 1 emained. PERSONAL AND GENERAL ,. I , Vmersod v v earnestly Tho Motto 'disclosed a strong preponderance In Only the Immediate family and the frl nds the foteign commissioners sent to the ex- w. tn.s th. eomersecl (tj earnesnj. inc. M,.rii,,M, ,,n,e- n... and political associates of the lato Pres- ncsltlor. and after them tho State Cemmls- II ", ' . , ,' I 1 1 . ..,! , ,i, . tiu'n many leading citizens there assembbd Ident wore present. The sceno there was sinners. With t lie foreigners was a colonel seat ngilnst the wall who had forgotten from one of the military bands lt was a. ,..,,1 ,..or l r,n tvl.etlifr he sllOllfll SIVC1IV ITOm 1111 parts Ot I lie Mate in first ant sign the document In tho case mere speculation, without much If sign of peritonitis or of any dismso of any other organs. Th.-re was no evldcneo of nnv attempt at repair on the part of natur" and nea'ti i-'sul'ed from tho gangrene which ..ffe t id the stomacli around the bulla woun a s well as the tissues around the f irthot c oiirso of th.' bullet. ' Death was unavoidable by any stirgh ui or medical treatment and was tne dire 61 result of tho bullet wound." after. At pr- i iii ly 0:32 o'clock Secretary Root crn ,ed l.is on ersation with the Presl (Vrt, and. sici ping back, whllo nn ab s il te hush fell upon every one In the n .n s.iid in an almost inaudible voice: Mr. Mi -President, I" then his i. e broke, mil foundation In fact. THROUGHOUT THE STATE, CERTIFICATE OF DEATH. Puffalo, N. Y., Fpt IJ.-The coroner of I ! rie county to-d.iv lrsiud the followl"ar cernnr.ne ot aeatn or ne. late I'reslelent Cit of Ritffnlo, Pureau or Vital Statlstii, i uniy ot ine. fttate ot .New York. C' rlt ate and record of death of V.'ll- Ti.e Dm hers dc la Rochofoucauld, wh , wlih her husband, Is to visit this country, Is o daughter of Senator Mitchell ot Oregon. All else Is pathetic In tho extreme. Then the be dy of the Mexican rrmy, In bis full uniform to tl-t when the President of the United strangely, majestic spectacle. For i mo- Mt Ilng-i ang. tno imnvsc minister, anv was borne out to the wnitlng cortege on or Hark with scarlet stripes ami poaue.l bt.ues (lilerru, peemeei to oe resiraining nient there was a rift in the clouds unci a v.ns on rriuiy uio sutai i .1 uunim ' the brawny shoulders of eight sailors and gold braichd cap. The ether members of a great grief. When President Roosevelt burst of sunshlno fell across the flowers the University club, rrovldenee. R. I., to- soldlcis of the republic. The cortego pass- the cabinet In the city Secretary f.onc. re ic-licil tne neacl ot tno line 01 tne canmet. an,i n.ags. Tenderly the bearers lowered goiner wun iTcsiueni i uiuu ed through solid walls or living humanity. Attot in y (ion. Knox, postmaster Mmitn, "mora tie Kept ins lace away irom uio tho casket from their snouiuers ami com- LinvurBiij. iiarcneaueci ana gnei-smcKcn, 10 euo ciiyiiue ciuse l-i-imiiuiiui-s nun irienus in ine . . . - , . . mv iinniiii . ni.n u.., ..... milieu u ici me neaise. t T n nc n.. t u. ...... . ... .. . . .. ... .... . r .... ..i.r c .. .1... .i i ur.r,. i,im rini.i r,.... . ... i Xnto I.I vings tone, a cotFin 01 pr. i.iv l.an, wnete ine oom lay in tunc itus ai- line c-uie'i, oeu.-iinr iiiiunii, jiiuku l.i. .-.i..-.- o i..-..w ...... ..,.,. mo iirue- mi inw uuik-,u lu uiov ho i-ou.nMrt ia ttvtnrr In the Tslo of Mull In tornoon. There a nmaikablc drmotistr.i-' Governors Odell, Yates and Gregory. Ren- as a statue. Although the rommander-ln- now arrrlvnd. Tho solemn notes of Chop- J, i" t,t rnmnlet i h-r ' tlon neeiirri.il will, h m nvo.l how close I bn 1 re si nt ,t I vr s Alexander and Ifvan. Mai.ir elm f antirnucbed. he could have touched in's fnner.al rilriro siicee?ilf d the swi ot Mlc 'icuriues, ana nas jusl conipn i c nnv s f.'nnw ten hns rn mm ns nnstor , ... .. ... . ... i . r. .... .. t, h i.i... n... .ii.i . it tA nn , .... . n.... , iiunore i ami sixin year, alio HU (.!, ii m ....,,. fn- f,,n,. ,,.niite .. . ja-rstcicni was lo ine leans 01 ine lit nine-, mh uei in jii uoku. j'.. i i. mme-i , j 1. 1 1. nt." o-- ........... .."l o.m .... . ... ..... ...... mihiiih ui ine nyiun. uie Bi-ejiri s uuu . .iu mj ..n-iMiney . tor HUH tWO lllinUies , . rnni.rnr.ut nun .nr. ..Iv In nnnvllte . .... . 1 U... . .. er 1,1 c- .1,,, ,1, Ln1.1l. .. . .. Ct'V Weak. T i . .. .. .... . ... . . ..... t i.io n..u "l , Arrangements unci neen macio 10 anow i i uisaae ami many oiners ..-.-n i,uvr on m- ..n- .t. n nniiors swung ineo long eoiuuiiis aim wnh - i "iiy crruiy tr.ae ne Qia on tne lltn ii rrrri so i , 1 1 be cn till ndt continuo his rcslgnuton to tnko effect in October. th(1 p,lbl(. to view the bo.lv from lb" tiniel It was just eight minutes before tne on duty guard the dead. The President Up the march southward toward the city Colonel George W. Rrecklnrldgo, of San day of September 1S01, nhcut 2-l!i o'clock ! Ui t aoees I i , re wi to sympathetic tears The Scotch societies of Rirre have en- arrived, nbout 1:.T until about fi o'clock, ' e penlng o the seivlee when a covctd spike to Secretary Root or peihips It ),all. Antonio, Texas hns given 20fiW for th. a. m that to the best of my knowledge unrl frem'tbuse al out him and two meat drops gaged the Rev. Dr. George C. I.orlmer to but when the body airlved the people were bi.ioui ne drove up to the houso, bringing would be more pieelse to say that th , building of a school for tho negro ehildren belief t. , cause of Jc-a.tr. was as hereund. r tl .,..?.? .1 I . i":..il ..r ih. ueeissnr deliver le.-tnre in the nner., house nn wedged into the streets lor blocks as far Piesldent Roosevelt and Mr. and Mrs. Wll- latt.r spoke to him. The President np- ill ""'lu'u ,of lhat rlty. written: nf wiiilnm At, Klnlev Mr. Roofs chin was tho evening ot September 24th on "Robert H" the eye could reach. Two lines Wejo cox, at whose home ho Is a guest. The pe'ired to be steeling himself for a look , prosident Rooseelt came from the homo T,ii i i i. '.''ul'p BanBreno of both walN of stom on his bri ot. Suddenly throwing back his head, as It with an effort, he continued In a broken voice the cabin, t of tho late President, at least tbosj wdio are present In Buffalo, all ex cept two, to roquest that for reasons of weisht affecting lOok nnul,l,.r.t llnnnni nil ..umft Prnrn tlinlinilj had .almost Immediately following the insket hip n n? 01 too Iranians s w nn nnJ pancrt.aSi following gunshot Miss Evelyn Worthley of Hrunswlck had nlreadv passed nnd tlio crowds w dting eel and turned to assist Mrs. Wilcox from made him the first ruler In the world, nnd arm In arm with Secretary Root mov- tl,e most scholarly monarch In Furope v-0,, below In the streets seemed undiminished, the carriage. His face did not relax Into The tension ill the room was great. Noiv Attorney-General Knox and Postmaster- tastes, too are simp e and lie preiois w ound. u.uit, A, ...in.,t..i ii.,,if,.,.,i An.l. ..... . .... .... i.i t i...i n.r. 1.1m t,..o.-.- ............. .. . n tilnn to n elrrnr. srroklnr? nn Knultsli . 1 I h-i v.. hen rennest, d on behalf of lc-i (u i in . n.,. t .,1 ............ u wns (riideit to extend the tlim uni il , n sinue 10 uie sanii.uions 01 inose neari -e onn'i inv.i ..... c-.t .u... ....... i.enerai ntniin wno nnu louoweu. inn - -. " e inuur, iyii. 1 nao neen requcsieu on uenaii ui . ,n- . .,, ... ,. f china , , ., ' ,., 0,., ,.. .,, ,, i.,.i.j ,i ,. .... ,.,! to l,e wall nr. The mln ster i.i .ii i r.n i.. i ii.i b rd's-evo tobacco. ... v. ...... . .- in i.i ii urn l. l 1 1 1 I il r iioniM nniLiei Lin, i.n- . ..i,...kr. i.i.l in- uiniiiii.iriihi.il .in- - - i ii i-r.!iii!iiiu i i.iii .iki: nil in iiiiji.c-.i.uwu, y itness my hand this 14th day of Sep October where she will work us a mission- ptrrets were douse with neoule and a eon- greetings silently and with an inclination of the gospel stood with the holy book hack ot tho military escort. Following In The Iongfellow house at Portland, .Me. ury. stnnt stream flowed nn the stens of the of the head. Word passed up the well fill- in hN hand ready to begin. Perhaps lt n,,. SPConci carriage woro Sc'ietnry L dig, hau bn opened to visitors as a museum or tno poet. a smau reo is1 tho proceeds folng to the Long-, the affairs of government! The other dav nt ono blast a huge stono ''mad entrance into the. hall and pas-ed ed walk that the President bad nrrived mlnht have been sixty seconds. It seemed Secretary Hit. hcock, Secretnry Wilson nnd of relics f-ed to take the constitu-1 which measured 51! feet long, HI feet wide the bier. When the doors were closed at and those waiting to gain entrance fell longer. Then the President turned aml ii Secretary Cortelyou. Major-Gen. Biooke charged. the United States. you snouiu proceeu lu u.fu ui .mis ;iuira - vl u uk, ira wme- " , :."'"V'.." '. VB 'V.-" hl, m,,e., o 1 '., .h,. ...l, ... th.. snmn time a.lvsne.eel a steo. Ho bowed . ' . u " . ,7' . ti.T. li; ",(..l f.,n,1 i onnl oath or olllco ot tne I'resldent 01 and '0 tret i ei n was lorn Irom a moiinta n iiJiunism n nns rsiiiiimin iibu ct.ra nuriv ....... ,,uuh - ...... ............. . . , Lllr luiiiiki mm ............. ....... - - , ... .t. T, . .. . ii ,. , i u haa, nin nnuui imu'T n n inp nnsu i r .... r ... ... . . . .. the United States. of rock in Downs cpiarrv at Rnrton nnd mm viewco tne remains nut inousutiei, m imwru'n ii mum, iu mr nuns- , ,, . j.oei.e m uie lourin. xir mcsu ion. -in King ot I'ortugai nas invited a Judge Hazel bad stepped to the rear of moved lull feet. This fctouo weighs about disappointed ones were still in the streets. As tlio President passed within the lions,, house, of the man whoso Minion anil re- leading carriages there was a clear space number of English tennis players to visit1 tho President, and Mr. Roosevelt, coming 4,i:s,oao pounds. iduser to Secretary Root, said In a voice i,rt,,r,rtt.r. n.a ,.,.,i i...ii,.i,i....ic. o. uni..i. that at first wavered, but finally came deep ,,.ii. i,n.. ,,, f ,,, i v.si. triln of seven and Etronc. while as If to control his .. a, .i, ng,, iv ,.,iua 'ri,V.. ,on over the Ti,n hna.r ..in Un I., thn elu- hnll until' nnd tho services wero ahont to becln the spomslblllty be had taken up. Long h or 1P0 rent nml then enme the hearse, b ar- i i.i, i- rin...i o,i i.t. ....i-, ir, morning nnd at S:3n the special funeral i lcng lino of soldiers and sailors swung In gazed, standing Immovable snve for a lnp. Ule l1(1.lrt i'res.lont. At the head of tournament to be played there In which States (Signed) II. R. OAYLOR, M. D., H. Z. MATZINGER, M. D., JAMES T. WILSON, Coroner D.ite ot death Sept. II, 1901, aged i years, seven months 15 days. Color, white. Married. Oc c '.nation, President of tho Unlteii cout wdth his right hand: '1 shall take nnu i, i,,h, ,. i... .i,i i-,i,tiit,. and relatives the oath at once, in accordance with vour nl In rim tholr hnslnnss Mm neCOIlipnliy tile request, and In this hour ot deep and ti r- 1....1. nr slwk. and h,,d hills. ' ; Mr. McKinley ilbla naUonal bereavement I wish to tnta FrP(,cr,ck 1IoljrooU ot Rrattleboro, V. r- "? ' ZH . 1 n.nnt's nl.lnst lli'lnp nv ,n..nrnnt- hns l.i.i n . . . . .. .. ... .........i t . .... 1 i.n ...l,.i. v. ,.f Ilm. Hnnl n nv.....u., ...... ... .. c.,nnnrt Her rrvlnf imp In t in . n .. run- v.i.unu iliov l IIM wcjif, 1 nu iiuiiL 01 iiiu iiunse nnu no ......v. ears win start for W ashing- column 01 lours mio jjriaware avenue ana m inns, .1. .... .i,.......- ... ... .. rncn leaning norso a ponce onicer wanteci hr King himself Is to be one of tho com-! nirinptace, ..Mies, u. he Pennsylvania Rnilroad. formed in battalion front along the benu- he labored with heavy breath to repress wlth a bund at tho bridle. On each side of petltors. Father's nim. William McKinley. v. the Piesldent, the cabinet tirul thorougliraro, opposite the house and nis emoiion. m im iu- sinMiti . , . tl. hrse walked a det.v lunent of sol- , n.,..,. r.v ..... 1 latn.fs birthplace, Pennsylvania, Unl- of the dead President w 111 Immediately facing It. On the extreme, Rlnpham. the aide to the Preldent. stand- ,iCrs and sailors, four picked men from the '0 v,7.r?ii,,, 2 .v c!l 11! ,H l! Ul1 Stntes. remains. . were the regulars; on the light tho ing ion icei oeiow uic urn u. uu army and marine corps ,111 thc right and as '; ":, Tn, nZ ih r nt Mother's name, N.inc;y McKinley. bore up bravely tn-'ny sailors ami marines, and In the center tho "ie siue ni uic ioj.ii wii i,..-.. ;"""" many more blue jackets, under Lieutenant ,1' farmers' atlni al f'rncrress w ileli s 'o'her' hlrthplace. Ohio. rn?ted States. ce at the M burn res'demo miuonai guarctsmen. J ney stoou nt par- ' : --"' 1 "-'""":,; '".' : "eriy, on the lott immediately tiacK or :n , . - qi,,v i n hetnhnr 1 ' ",0" nr enth. IMS Delaware Avem e, ,hini,u h ,.111 h i.u ,n mio rest, with colors lowered eneh fl.nt- Locke of the Delaware Avenue Methodist henrse mnrrhed n senm of i.H,le,l n. t0 u ho,a at S0,,JC 1 nlN' s D- Or'0l,er 1. ulirf.i x- v .Krnl?o,Uer!reountrr3PU',lyand Da r mo tit h roll ego next mo nth of then ii- llt WaPh.nRt0. l':yrrSYL::X:ili'?rJ:.. idversan- of the graduation of Daniel' A CHEERLKSf III I U1IUCII1 UfillililiiVl UL ' I'lUUiM ...Ml . .,1 I SS DAY. wit ow. and Judgo Hazel, taking up thu e ""l "-. Tho day was gray and eheei li ss. Heavy ,,,(ln,,l ni.H, in,.n ,,Hnl, h.,A "1S I"'1 """" 1 1 1 Ul " eiJSlCI MSI- l...., ,... , ,Q ly, TIIF. SERVICE OPENS. at times break- It to Krattleboro and to Stratton in 1S40. ln(f t0 ,(,t thlollRi, H rif ()C .sunshine and rs lowered, each flag Locke of the Delaware Avenue Methodist t. piarched a scorn of grizzled O. taff and bound with Episcopal church, who was to conduct thelA Tl veterans Who had been assigned 10 this post of honor. lav. ns nail teen cleat ed by il.is time nnd the sweep of avenue now descried save for the motionless ranks nctoss from th house. I'ho sendee had nready begun wh sif-nnl was glvm and there veiled oi.t Tal lludianan and two ripcs-Won ofliclals years thrrn ,.,,st 1)lm nlv ?wo, rrom tho hall the lieautliui woros ot L.ea.i --. .o-.. ...... ... ...i-u i .,i-oUl. ,.,,,. , ,.'i.. ii . i i..i,. u,,n v,- n nimriettn it hnm, in cliargo of the ceretronles relating The P.erlln brum h of the German Assn w is Prmldent MoKlnley's favorite hymn it and as the voices swelled through iho hou.e srlpf numbed bents began to break. 1 1. ul of those In the rcom put their faces in their hands to hide their tears, fjiu lu.en nreii.'ired on n.'irehmi'lLt . risked lhn PrcsiUnt to raise his right hnnd and ie-i Carrio Natl in wishes to speak nt tho then threatening to let looso a downper there was a eldter of hoofs down the. peat It ..ftrr him. I Valley fair In Rrattleboro. Sbo wants upon the gathering multitude. The air was avenuo and four high-stopping blri'-k There was a hush like death In the room l,ir day, or J.'OO nnd a per cent of the humid und heavy and only a light wli d hcrses came Into view drawing the hours ns ti n ,., I..,. r.. ,,i u r imni. nt a time receipts If she hns an opportunity to ex- from the south stirred the dioonlnir flaus which was to bear the caskit of tho dead and the Pre -Went, in a (trong voice .ml 1,11111 in a hall, hlio also wisnes to reiain ;md the emblems of mournltu 'lb.- V ry i nsiiipni. lt was a neny muck vehicle Kv,rv 011 , wthln sound of the music knew without u tiemor, and with his r.iisul piiviiegr "i seuuig suinennn ul me (i, nioiils seenieci to icmci Mini g uccompani- "iinii. iMiinii n or any iraiipiug-; io reueve hand as steady as if carvtd from marble, fa,r- Negotiations are suid to be In pio- mint to the scene of sorrow about to ho, tho dead blnek. The horses, too, wer. not repeated It after him. nrtss with a view to securing Carrie as eilaetcd Long before the time set for the plumed or caparisoned and all four of And thus I swear," he ended it. Tho' a" attraction at tho clam bako next year, funeral services, the vi. inlty of the Mil-( them were black from nose to tip of tall, hand dropped by the side, the chin for an To those who are familiar wdth Long- burn houso was nrtlr with pieparatlons. AtjTwc men were on the box, the driver wit'i instant rested on the breast, nnd the si- fi llow's "Courtship of Miles St.indlsb." D o'clock long platoons of pollco oltli ers, le ng lines to the tnndem pairs, and tho leti'0 remained unbroken for a couplo of it may be intcnstlng to know thai the mounted and on the ground wero post-Piom with folded arms, fitting motlon mlnutes as though tho new Pio-ldent of tenth lineal descendant of Miles Stnndtsh ed in strong detnlls tilling the stro. ts ap-jless. The hoarse raited nt the corner to the United States was offering silent pray- and tho eighth lineal descendant of John preaching the house. For a block In each awr.it the conclusion of the rervlcos. Out er ' Alcltn have lived for several wei ks m t dlieitlon tho stieets aproachlng the houso' side tho house there was a half hour of Judrre Hazel broke It. savlntr: "Mr. Pres. door neighbors in Montneller this sum- were roped oft to 1m ep back the gnthetlngi sllcnco and waiting. ident, please attach your signature." And imr. And it Is still more worthy of n. te crowds. The vlgllanco of tile otficcrs In tho President, turning lo a small table that while there was no Prlscllla to m.iKo keeping baik those not entltle-d to admis nenrbv. wrote "TJ1EODOHF. ROOSE-itlie trio complete thc descendants of tho sion within the reserved aieas was rc- VELT." at the bottom ot thc document In famous pair nf niltors are actually John doubled and only those lUimmoned to tho speakable. In the drawing loom to lhn a f'rm hand. Alden nnd Miles Standlsh. service, tho uniformed escort of march- right of the hnll as President Rorsevelt en- 'I "he ild iike to see tho members of the Lowell has a fine old resident In Sabln trH aml those whose business Imperatively torcd the dead chleltaln wns stictched up- c id. ret a few moments aftei thn others Scott, who was born Sept. 10, 1S07. Ills is brought them there, pass-.-d within the four. on his bier. Ills head was to the rising retire sai l tho President, and this was one of tho almost extinct types of coimti y square precinct abuut thu house w here the sun. On tho noble laeo upturned to the the 'Ignal for tho si ores of people wdio hud stoics Immortalized by thc artist Smed- body of the de ad i hlef reposed. Major Creator was wt Itten tho story of tho Chris- been f.iorcd by witnessing tho ceremony Uy, containing everything necessary to General John R. lirooke, department torn- Uan forbearance with which l.o had net to re'Iie As they turned to tro. the Pres- ent nnd ir from the emdi,, m ihe i-mv,. mander of the east, who was personally In I Ills martyrdom. "Ills will, not ours, be Ident said "I wdll shake hands with von Asia., t.o.n i,nt,ni.-..,i ...nsh-ht ,,,i nmsnnt command of all tho forces) partclpatlng in clone," which he bad murmured when tho o,', ... .'n.nn i,n v. n- iw.rris iv.-si. fell In two minutes it was raining narl peiip e gladlv." and, with something of his binuness he appears like a man of .seven- the escort, arrived at 10 o'clock. He was dread messenger of death touched and ,n,t .McKlnlov had repeated at Intervals Ihe '""S 11110 of troops ti.ok their positions Henrv Dickens, son of Charles Dick ens, p- In this country with Ids two daugh- I'ho line of carriages wns now taken up frs, Misses Elalno and ollvo. and Is stay- ignln. In the carringc following tho mg at uauc i namyiaiii of the Fn'- gratluate of that his four The pastor was at the door leading Into Grand Army marchers rode- Semtor Han- j.re.dent James II. Angell, the hall, a station whence his words could tia Governor Odell. Senators I'nlr'iunki vrsUv of Michigan, Is a g ' " be buaid at the head of the stairs. The nnd Knn. .Senator Huncw s. Director t len- nrtnvn Pnlversltv nnd says tl Last previous rr Idenc". Washington. D. C. Direct cause- of death, gangrenp r both) walls of stomach and pencrea- followlns gun hot w ntnd. CORTKLYOr SKCRETARY TO ROOSE VELT. I'liffalo. X v., Sept. 13 Preside i.ooeviu pn-eii ,i very cine' ei..y at mcj Wilcox house, only going out to attend tha to the President and Major Thomas W. elation of Engineers has placed a memor hymoneis ,wno nas teen the active repre- uu taiuei on tne nouso in tisioorn wuere f, ral of the late President. His Se"re s. ntatlvo of the war department hero Itonort Jlayer. who first rormuluted the ,riry Mr Loob .ind his assistants, wo, sln.n Ilm ulinnllni. nC thn t 'rnst .1 nn 1 nn..nr. Inn- nf enn u.r 'n 1 1 nn nf (inmr wns horn . .. i. . . . '.' ' J i n", Yin I ,. V, . ;,. , ' ,' ,ci, i.' i.v ev.-i , ki ii oiisy overling telegrams ana I' liC.I V.nAl.c. .......1, 1- ft.l n. ........ .. .IU l .. swaying to nnd fro as If his tootmg tope. After th'm fc- av.ed a long line of I!ud(1nl?t Sultra t, thousand ""se of his knowledge of the , onditlon otj. nse.-ure. carriages of tbeso w ho 1 ad been neai - th.j vo,melJi nffsirs. Mr. Cortelyou confirmed thl m tho slnclng ended, the Holy man President offli hilly and personally and statement. FEATFRES CALM IN DEATH. Within tho houso of death was woo 1111- red. Th? White House stuff who wvrn so In 1SU clofcdly Identified with the late President ,,,,,, t ... r inn.,n,. ,ui. ...... '' . ..... -- - - l,1,. ,,. ... T- . . tr.. I IIUIII it, III. 11. IUI IIU'I illll.lllL- ...l.ll- I ir. Hit Dawes leaned against a look caso m " ti, , Z tor nt Washington, who was assassinated and went as only' a strong man bereft n : l 0ITM1U1 n I .mem ers eery c ,hort Um0 Mt ft ,lbrar. of cMt- weeps, i-resi.ieni anin?i -" r,' :" , , ",,, to be was In M t.nn fl.n clnrrlnfr milled, the flolv man lifted up Ills voice Ho read from the word ""IJ unwe iiuuo as minus in. in ns 01- waptuin r-aruuei ionnion. 01 i-ennsyt- of God the fifteenth chapter of the First flclals. Nona of the membin; of the fum- vania, who, during the fortv-nlnth Con- ivrlnthluns All had risen ns he began nV entered the carriages. gress was doorkeeper of tho House of mil remained standing throughout tlu As tno funeial cortege moved south Rcptesentathes has presented, to the navy service ' , tluough Deluwr.rc avenur toward the City department a bust of his grandfather, "Oh denth where Is thy sting; Oh, grave ItHl1 11 Passed through n vast concourse John Utanch. who was secretary of the where' Is thv victory"" lerrated the mln- ol' People filling tho walks and cross navy tinder Andrew Jackson, .ster and the cast of the M.ulonni on tho "tt.cts and crowding bouse tops, windows ... . ..... , i i., and "verv aval able snac o of tho btlUdlnora . " . " i iiu-u ai.iits -urn. wun nooyo ins ne n. yi .y.. iU .e. ; . Ister to Rerlln, his returned to that city 'ihe we.il suiuiiii am k uiuiiis iiiiiii,.-. .,...,.. in-, Christ child over toward the vo ces rose with the words oi -.Neirer, - ...i.r llnB.nn lie tinii Rev. Thomas 1 1 Miles, one of the most business n all and -lassify Ing them. The only alls nourieemet't tin. President had tc make t d.i.- was tlut Mr. Cortelyou the Secretnry of President M'Klnley. would for thn pro-cat aC( in ti,at c.ap-icltv for him be- II P. A PS ritUET'S VERMONT TRADE REPORT. 1'i'slm - Suite, a-' : reprcsen largo in i tlon is : " lust we- k 1 the di-nl I -Mln As the escort of soldiers swung slowly "Td, t,"kcn up ',is,,vnrk having , om- .ml i.eiii.- n t tne (lean. xn.uu ,,,tiln street a few drnns of rain pletcly recovered from nU recent India- enipjoycd. I weirds or "Nearer. 111,0 c' 'nKlln street a tew drops or lain ,,oaU" lac k of work In general throughout the. ported to llr.idstreet's Vermont live, Is acth.- tspeiUUy In tho ifaoturlng centres No red -t'-d from the business reportejf and prospocts aio encouraging, r nas tscn ravorahie for i'ropj all business Interusts are well In many localities th ro is iv men, particularly in th xi m- ite regions, t-urllngton n rtri u. normar both In whob-.il,. old smllo n turning, ho shook hands with ty-five. To a query regarding his robust fatiguo uniform, with bis servlco sword summoned him. A calm and peaceful ns- (f consciousness during tho day of agony int attention, facing tho City Hall. Cnr- prominent Jesuit in this country, has aml ret ill lines trade Is good, mil r those present health ho said: "1 credit It all to dieting at his side. The two gold stars nt the col-j Ignatlou not of earth was on tho mnt hln hoforo ho died , rlagcs, containing members of the cabinet just celebrated ut St. Louis Fnlvetsltv tlons as usual. A lnrge amount of budd- Immedlnte-ly after th. dispersing of tho I have made it the rule of my llfo In int 1:r marked bis high rank Around his left I features. Death had emphasized the no- ' hurrltd up to the entrance tho last of tha tho fiftieth nnnheraary of his entry into in ' h"inc done, lumber is firm In pr' , spectators of the taking of the oalh, tho and drink all I wanted of everything I ""n wuh wound a heavy hand of ere, e. , bleness of his ciuinteti uu e. Only the REV. MR. LOCKE'S PRAYER. cnrrlages being the ono bearing Theodore the Jesuit order ""d In rv fair demand Ruslnrss gfP' r. I resident asked -tho cabinet members wauled, any time of dav or night, and With him were his aides and a hit1 f-s euro thinness of his lace bore muto testimony , , , ., . , Hooscvelt. . ally cor' nues good in Rutland, parttct l.ie- ricent to confer with him. Tho confer-, nev.r had a si. k dav slnco I was born till e,f other nITIeers, all In fatiguo uniform, J to the patience and sulferlng he had .11- the music died nway the pastor spoke Removing his hat the President stepped r',nrnl Garcia elez, Inspector g. tieral ly in th marble trade, which Is espcdni.J- nice lasted verv nearly two hours, and! I fell on Joe's steps'" with tho badge of mourning on their (lured. He was dressed .is l.e always did akiiln. Let us prty, h ha d and every from t10 vehicle and walked Into tho ves- 01 prisons in Havana, and Don of the fsm- active At Hrattlcboro manufacturln; ni- wben lt bad finished the President said: , , sleeves. in inc. 'i he iiiaclt irock eoat was bulttm- ! ' " " ", ' inline. .... v.,,. . .. , a,,,,, ,,, 1-hc hour was now approa. hliig for tho ed ucross the brcust where tho first bullet mvocaeion ii h i.. ... , ,..,M,us.. ui smuj ik ftii.eiic.iu meiuous oi ol the infamous assass n had struck. Tho " "' """"'" m.o. ... j. ...... . i m-j uunj in i.mi i. bui ir r'""" s,. . i....vi.i.. r.'ollnwinir nut ihn hrif.f .inir,,i t' At tne regular meeting ni inn Hraiiie- mi.de when taking the oath, that I would ,,orn ,,lnl l'lMl'' Ma "l MndcnhuiHt te- f .llow the administrative lines laid down 'P". 1110 cUlh v,,ted to disband and re- by Prcslciert Mc Klnlev. I r eciuested tho nrganlzc nsaSlnte Audubon society, members of the cabinet who aro present Tn0' have lmi1 tl,ls ol,l'd In view since ti remain in their positlcns nt least for last winter when one of tho members at- the present Thcv have assured rne that tended the Joint session of the Audubon thev wllL nnd 1 mnv sav thi.t r h.n-e nr.- societies nnd the Amerlcnn Ornithnlo. iurances also from the absent members." "lpts' I'nlnn which convened at Cambridge, r,s,.ort enmo to ,lr posts Inquiry w..s nude of tho President as to M'v., and returned, delegated to form a Lands-, whether un .via besslon of Conuresa !,t''lt', ""fK'ty in ermnnt . (.. iimmn would bo call, d by him, i nd substance, that there v.n no fund law requiring the culling of Congres gctlitr upon th sine esslon President to the presidency, and com- illation wttli the cabinet the sr.., -In. Ha,,, t,.',,.i,i nf thn L ...,!. 1 1 . . military could be heard and tho walks black string tie below the standing c. liar ,!ls ns follows: lending up to the Milburn house begun to I showed the little triangle of white shirt be lined with thoso who wero to he ns'cm-1 front. The right hand lay at his side. The terests .r.i rather more than usually tlve nr i business In general Is ful'y uti te nver.ige The plants ensac d In tho m.iti- bled about the bier. Even amid the stir of assembling, a solemn and awe like si lence picMilied and the division of the with silent loft was across his body. He looked us mil lions of his countrymen have seen him, savo for one thing. Tho little bn.lgo of the Loyal Legion, the only decoration he ecr "Oh, God, our help In Ages past, "Our hope for years to rome; "Our shelter from lhn stormy blasd, "And our eternal home. When the hearse appeared thc. four Dr. J. H. Hollander, treasurer of Porto "fnrtiir.- nf paper at Mellows FriU ir modern 'v busy and other lines of moi ufactu'e are well employed, ono concern i horses were led slnwlv to tho entrance and nlc0- "as tsiK""u mat '"co and will .. .. .. ... ...... sunn ret urn tn Ills rrrnii r nnjt nw sioppe.i. 1 1 ere it was innt tlio hlieiit , - ... .,.,, nr, ......i,,. thimur of onlookers weto made to thrill lessor of economlis and fnui.ee In Johns 1,1 h.; lfp.. "R . extensive busl- lat a spectacle of uaturo's doing. At tho Hopkins University. ' Instant the hearse became stationary, th.i John B. 1'rench has, at tho ago of 0 wore which was alw.avs "n thn Inf. inn..i nf "" ' ",Y '.'. '"'"' - .... ..u, eu.oi ..,., ..eKU ,e...e., years, been iceleetert eltv el. ru or Ualetia, tloi s usua . Ruslness H active. In Purrn. At 10:30 o'clock the military und naval do- his coat, was missing. And those who re- cme lnto Thv nreSf.m.,.. 'Wo lnu an,, " ' eilv. as If nreor, , ed 1 the Al- i X '.' V, . " F!f,n.'" ttr" c n.,ul 11 " P."b"- ... .. .. .....I,..-. .1, .,,M,iii.a tit ness. ind which employs a lsrge force of workin. n Is adding Inrgoly to Its rapacity tor ni inufacture; retail trade and coll""- .. -.ui... .i. - - ... u.i iiiueiii.-. nun i.ai lur.iiv siaL in I ii ..i... .vm n .on., u, ,i niri uiir inc. iioiiv ..,nr...e.. n-i... iri.. na.nn .... ....... .i . .... , amental lnw society. Tim following olll.crs were ,Vest Ferrv street. Imn isllatelv nroimi ihnlwns taken to tho cltv ball thn Utile l.M.le-. V "l " .' ...V' .. "! .... .. r.i.i n snira ox nvn M-e.m . y to- p"L.M's-.J.',rn!,c''? 'nr,"!1' I"-':1- conur from thc, Milburn house. First I whirl, ho prized through life was placed ' " , L 7 ",lk ! " ZJ. ' ,'....nn 'k . . ot a vice- "'? i'"""'"". ""I'oi . e ,.nnH. companies 1.. and L.. of the 14th Uni- again wnete It had always been. ,. i..,i...i.. t . Thn n. ..... . " ... .u. vlee.nres .lent Mrs nrv I. Crmin 'M ... . ..... . . .. . J. I ,1,1. . ....... ..... ... .. ..: .. . . .........mh n.n.wn ... ..w...,- ... ...... ..... n. u 11, ,v ti Ki.lo UIH ncioss lllu 1.11V 1 1 all niiii. aiiur - uu niiucs iiiiiiuiry siaiiuueu at fort I'or- nr i.o.ij my in a niacie casKot on a -i, n .. en., n,... ,i,...i.ia ona c..,r ,,n,i fet. c i .1 , ... .1 , ..." v nad de- i" -ri" i"i ....e. ni.-.n. .j. nn. 1 on .-, b. v. i,.r. ..ni it cnnimnnd ol r'nntn n .lohn It M 11 ncK Hears 1 In rinr. fiver 1 in nwe n.nhs ears belore him, and died In ollb e. Justice .Martin J. Ke.-iRh, of the pteme Court of N.w Yotk, Welled .in,. rnnrlH On i n 111.. ..111..." .tfiv tering fnltb, imrdon all our sins and short- rrglng In anger nt the monstrous crime ir some time occupied .1 seat on the 7 . T.' "r is.n,or" LVL. ,,,:llw,I10n! 'oniewnao nencn in -nisi itius louii 1 wun justice .' ' -""o"-. that line could find employment hero Afr Moiitpciier business Is up to the averaje Itv t)u, all depirtments St. Allans concerns nr. and " 'P'oylng a lull complement of labor; re- .l"ul "u s u 1 1 1 in. "O"1'! "0 '; ' ;' ;.'";.', '.' r.'' ""::.' "v r.V '' murcnuig with tlie steady trend'was 1 ung 1 no starry nanner lie hml love I ,.0mlncS ,ind hcln us to say 'Thy will I ft which made necessnrv this mournful rutin. r.s,nnt nftenhn , ,n c ,V e . on d. w Man C. I i on cha'ibs ""tl h. I Jl Z. "SZ. I". .w' '"tZl ".".' IA"' l . n, Tenderly tho csske-t wns lifted from barton -- ..... , . .. ............. I,, ii..,,. ... i ii ni i iu, ,.i uni, a v i.i. .1...1... ... .it.- iniiii. .v sill i. v u. i.e. til. n... ...it. in. .iv ..nn if ,n mi. ... .......... ...... . I.. ,,..-.i..... ...i.i.. . t U!,.v fr.,.- nnnnnl In.mt. ...,,1 11. ThOmnSOII. Mrs. Sill O L. StOOkWV 1 of ... .!. . . .... ....... T l,.l,lln nl, n ., . I. .. , ... " .-"""""' . " ' '." "ll "'"I"' ""Ml" llllU nullum " IHHI.l it will do us both good Secretary Root ii.ssei.tcd, nnd they walk ed out on thi porch. His host, Mr. Alnslc Wilcox, snld: "Mr. President, shall I go Miss Louise Danfnrth of Wriithersflrld, who in nimbly held the position of postm.is- y lsh navy, who die.! recently was on th 'rf J. , " arrom1'Vc, tn.' "- n stalf of Admiral Sir L. T Jones at the e" n I business: retail trade Is good. . tukl.ig of tho Taku forts In the Chlno.-e Hons fair Islond Ftond reports hus-i r.'tinct. saw a uw personal triencls. nnd ,r ' , "',, "lvtKn,,"t 1 now on duty at the Pan-Amnl. an cxposl-'wmte chrysanthemums, ,t (laming bunch of tnnilihd souN O Cod and give to us In heme where a moment Inter the bo lv of tlu- putting e, his silk bat, sn'd to S. c t liruttlobnro, and the first four ofli- ,,,,, , rommilll,l of Captain John P. Weis. hlo.-l-rcd Ametlean Heauty roses and a js ) n ,r , in tier bio grief tlio peaco Presidents TdClirv J I 1.1 , , ' retary Iioot 'Let us take a littlo walk; cers. TUew Wf,n. tho te who had been magnlll.ei.t purplo bund, of violets wore ' af d",r ',J ' t ,, v , rd! i .MLmW POSTMASTER FOR 50 YEARS. .'T'1" tho President at tho mcuicnt he was mi tho enske-t That wns all. Helilnd tho ,r.r,i We thmk Thee, that Thou answerest unique and most artlstlcnlly carried out. . . ... ...... . ,,, n....hm , ' , , ,' '. """"" '"" me sotiiung sign or tne nenrt und unsi us- it conrormed, us rar us tho lecal archl- wltli ,1,1s nssussln. The National Guard of cuitnlncd windows rested twostipo b M.1T UH tlmt t Illlln (llf. ho ,lmu jlvt tecture would permit, to thn grand ild I the State or New ork was re nrescnto l hi- wreaths of whlto nstors nnd roses. These ,,..i .,..iu... .n.n.. r,.a,.u chrii i.,..,,..., .......,.-.. -..i.i along with you?" Ho said; "No; I am ter longer than any one In the country, picked .ompnnles from tne 71th and aim, were tho only llnwets In the room. Thy 0Ili 0l',r Saviour nnd elder brother"; of tho Emplro's monnrchs, temporal by S " "i" l"" 'l s '':t, w" 'SU' ,V,1,M,i l"S, .V'M.Bnt, i n 'o,lla nnn?i o " """ntH. tinder (ommiiiul of Cjpti.ln Two sentries ono frcim the rea and one thnt ho ennio "to bring lite and Immortul- the simplicity of that sturdy American nV.Vtn ' .. . ...... . n... ... ....... .1,.... ............... .... lm uu. ,i,ip,,iiiKs oi inu nun- ...... ..... .I..... mh. in... .ne i.iuaiiis. in", y tQ light," and bccni.se He lives wo c't Izcnslilp so exemplified in William Mc .. i ,. ,. i ' ;.. """;"" "'""V- . ' " "iiu i inu sii vicn guvii way 10 iiiuso on in uni imihimw iiiini asiu-s neiimci in slinll llvo also. Wo thank Theie thnt death Klnley. WHS . '1 ? 1 "' T . " "'' ", w,lH, suiisiacioiiiy u, uu oi u,o iMiltcd suites navy, as liny men "cnu nr inn ensuet. lie lo the north wns s ie,nrv, thnt tn die Is gain. Have, merjy Above the central point of tho corridor contested . ..'Tin ni,. ... . i'n 1 "",l"'"' .' ' ' a i a. j- . . i i ii . i inc.- is i ro in t no i ' ii i ten m a 1 1 s gu ii hem t M Icli lgini, i sergeant or iniantry. no mlglit haio upon us In this dispensation of Thy Provl- directly under the lloor walls, was fashion- tlon of Cork with P.irncll tectlves In cltlens' clothes started to fol- $:,9 a year. She has undoubtedly served inn er commnnc nf L out. Mlnnlx swnmr been on the Held nf battle. Hn wk r.dlv 1..11.... .. rri.., ... .-..i. iri... ..1 . low him. Ho turned and told his score- ns postmaster longer than any woman In Into position ulnngsldo their mllltaiv accoutred nnd I Is can wns on his he, I. In n,,.. c' .Vw ... ... ,..,.',iv ml ... i,,...,..J '.... 1.. '...J ,i.,."...' i 1 . Herbert II. Asqulth, in a i.iry, .111 10, m uu m in xiini. no urn a.. 1 uu- service nun u is neiievoii inai no ouut nrctiircn in arms, run naval contingent tne omer window was the ral deslrn any protection, "I do not want to postmaster has a record nf Ml years' con- bad arrived hero this morning In order In the loose blue blouse, of the stniiiisn in prccciicnt 01 going nnout tinuous seripe in ono po3tomce. thnt all branches of the military, naval 1 ,. m'KIN'I FY A'P tiim Fni '11 , 1 . .. . u A ' ,1'H'i marine scrvico mignt lie nttliigly rep- whom thou hnst j in.- ,ej..L. .... .. ...... ui ireiiu-a iuiieu.;ii ,,,,,,, lesenicu. a tueir 110.111 111arc11e.11 a do-1 rue i.amiiy nan tuKon leave ot their lev- coronation and we urav for tneir n un. nut neioro no nan gone a nun- ..u,,.,. tachment nf murines, In their duik blue 'd ono beroro others arrived Mrs. Me- umnh of all tho divine nrlnc died yards two of them were w liking Just ,,, ,,.,.,,,, ,, , unllorms und with large gllt-ti lintne l hel- Klnley, the poor. grief-crushed widow. 1 ei. ,m.,,. nn,i f,-,... ,.n,'.,rn,, -1.14' (i' 1- 1 tn. 1 it i"ii"- inuin, ji itr Liu'iii rii i tie 11 1 11 ti liirKft s 11 uu jitii iu iiuit i ( r l tr i v nnr n 11. . ,..i,n.ii iw. w-i,ii. A n, ...... ..i . 1. .... r..tn. i... uk. t.. - t n.-t-.-i '"h11?;. S'rtiVVr.01'1-!? I0!1', ..AVl,rn th" "" "I", tlio tlmckccji-r puta with open throated shirts showing their slclnn. Dr. Rlxey and hud sat a while bn, tlzed by his blood lu his death. knots of generous proportions of "satin Kentucky, ! has resigned aa head of tlm law 'he two d siiiiguishcd men nttiactcd but ltd own. bronzed breasts their loose black neck nloue with him who had supported and "Hear our prayer for blessings nf con- 111ntrl.1I, Its head rose is Inches from the denartme it ot Center College. Danville. iiuio uueuiioii nnii, wic.v Bin up near 1110 ino woritingman run uiways unci anno scans in snnor Knot, with yellow legglns comioricn nor through all thoso aweet solatlon unon all those who we nssn. ' n.inr ,.n,i mn.ie .rentie nnirle. nllmWn,.- .' ,i ...it devnt., himself enti....u. 1, mill Inel.-v lints Slnlln.-a n.i.l .v.n..nu venru nr ivimi i. nr., It... ...... .,... , .. ......... .... .... . . .... ...... mi. . " ' V ; ' N V .", iiminu ..-i i iairii wun nnu in ine aiimiiusiraiiiiu 01 inu ut r 10 biopc to tno loot, 1 110 ouciosuro , ds prnct ce, innrehfd iv I h Hint,, ulmrl mii.,ln.ii ... Rllniinrt was trim.. sh li..l ..... 1.....1. .... .1 r .1... , ..... i... ... .....'.. 1 . .... Ml nnd produce brines a fair price, and thn outlook for business In nanerol Is irood. Muurus Jokul, the Hungarian novelist, In Hardwlck more men are employed lu retains his youthful attitude nnd outlook the granite business than whon Inst ro- upon mo in a wonderful way. Isben Is potted retail trade nnd collections arci reportid recently to have said of him: about as usual At Northfield the rrrnnltti "I would give much If I were us young Irdustry Is very nctlva; there Is .an abuii-. ns Jokal." lunon of work In the market, nnd ruttorl Hear Admiral Ralnbrld-e. of the ll.lt. " " r". '"I'loyeii nnu inrge Eneas an v 4 cicnie. We beaievo 111 Tlieo, we trust l nej, ui me stafi canopy. White and black ,.. AkM, ,., ,.n, n.i. ti ,. .inf. ,,,Ji,,n.7 n... " Wl.k .Voe for the unsuliic, belief lSo;.d.t"nrn l Z don'in fttoK ; t-.n S Yol.!, " tioi ZlZ E CASK10T. ,,..' --ant. our martyie,. Preside,;, jnn.Jrurw.To four of the r fasK In lMiO. and nfte.rwar.1 successfully Jn'7 to. bc Koexl althoiieh the stock ol sma .hn P,.iii.,,,,t..v ,..i,. liunber has practlenlly I cvomc e.thausteil ...i,,h iu .oi, Hi-nil. i.eiiiiiiai earner in inrj scnsoti; retail trade aril collections good. recent nd- The slnt business continued very goad aj cinuy; tne demanU in production r-nd prices nrn rnrrcspondlngly tnken to hla so hung as to burst forth Into an unmls- V." J, .1 ,Ve . .. ' ... 1. '"."I.1 r I V1 '""'- r the filial trl. tnl.-nhli. cross Tlelnw nn the tiled llnor " "r win- ".e. vnv Ills uu-im-ss m no gniiu, li,u W-orKniOIl I , Vi f n .rn . V.' ' r "fc, n'"n X ,n J, e, ! 'P"'1"'' Hnpdn.h of tho newer school );( ,icrnll y busy ; collect li.ns rr, ther slo w unllorms und with large gllt-ti lintnel hel- Klnley, the poor. grief-crushed widow, character and free covorntmnt for which was covered with the same costlv eash- r J011''11"111. Ittudstrert s Journal In summlns Ufl pollen Hues em Deluwuro nvenue, when, ono ready to be worked. ns tho President slopped to slnko hinds Whet, the cannibals cat some mission nnd say good-byo with Secretary lloot, ailes thoy tertnlnly fare slim. gir.ernl conditions In the country nt latgo' says: Specially marked features are thc irports of a largv soosonabln distribution he. ii y shipments and Improved eolleolloml from lending Westorn centers. All moat sores of trade demand point to tho niolnn n well-known Roman tenance of general business on a scale nol inrrheel with their short rnrblnas at support wns gone, she had not broken tho nffnlrs of tho government. Especially ' for the catafalque was surrounded by I milder nrms. The entlro mllltntv nnd down. Dry-eyed sbo uiized nncin him ii.nc. Tin. ,-..t o,,,.,, i ti... i i... t ,i.., ns,.. .enn hni . . Lucl Curie some of tlio crowd recognized him, and ho Somehow, many of the sculptor's richest naval force, soldiers, sailors and marines, and fondled his face. Sho did not seem to who has been suddenly called to n.sumo tloral piece This was a contribution fiom 'journalist, lecently got employment us a h-ietoforo equaled for this time of yearw wns surrounded Tho r'dlco drove, tho customers seem to be busted. formed In company front on West Forry roiilUo thnt hn was dead. When she ha I Ilm holy rcspcnslblllty of our chief mngls-I the French society of Ruffndo. It lun. . day laborer In the Vatican garden In or- wl.llo failures, though more nurueruud cn wd back, nnd tho President, accompan- Nowadays tho succesjful novel that ttreet nnd thero awaited the timo for tho,heen led away by Dr, Rlxey nnd hnd talieti trnle. I slstcd of two nags, llnltid States, and l'er to get mateilnl for an article on the, than last year, nro less hurtful than una led bv Col. Ingham, who hnd noticed and doesn't get drnmntlzed Is a novelty. services to begin. up her position nt tho head of thn stnlrs "O, God bless our dear nation nnd guldo French on stnndards, with draplngs of I dally llfo of the Pope. I 0 two months ngo, nnd really reflect only joined him, and watched nlso by his The wig-maker would starve If men nnd I ., .,,. whore she could hear the servlco. Mrs. the shin of slnto through stormv sens. I nnr.iln "and block, ciiniiht In tho be.ak former Hoornniy nt Albany, ol. Ceorgo w-omeii nover hiul a falling out. .wm ..i am. i.mu.m.i. Hoburt, widow of tho Vice-President dm- Help thy people to be bravo, to light tho of a purn while dove, framed in tho words urtls rreutwell, wnlkcd briskly back to When It's the linger of scorn. unchnrit. Menntlnin tho members of Ihe enblnot.Ung Mr. McMnley's first lerm, Mrs. iwi- bnttlcs of the Lord and wise to solve nil "With sympathy nnd regrets." This de- the AVIlcnx miiislon. able pcnplo always sen the point Mlle-ialn high in the government servlco fayctte McWIlllains of Chicago, who It problems of freedom. 'sign occupied the ccntial place In the The President announced later thnt he a man Is not considered eWravngant nnd near filends of the ir,iirlyiod Prcfl- her cousin, Miss Harbor, her sister; Miss "Grnclously hear us lor comforting southern bank of palms. Later superb ,.i.,. . ........... j nei iiisn no ...ue peiien in .my pi u . iieiii, iieaii i.i nn me w.iiiiii icuuing up in ". ......ni, nei niece, unci nr iiixcy nicssuigs m rest upon ino rami iv circle set pieces rrom tne Aiiiuuin House reach' inurnlii,', when tho funerul train left Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you eat.' You enn't blamo a mini for Icing upset ihe entrance of the Milburn residence, remained with her then a. Tho other uf our departed friend. Tcmleilv sustain I ed the cltv hall and wero clven nlaccs when he loses his balance lu the ban' , Tlie-i came separul dy nnd In groups, somo members of the family, Mr. nnd Mrs, Ab Thlno hand maiden upon whom tho blow In tlu system of deconillons, Circled ; mun muv not know be amounts ti wiilMng, while those in (iirrluecH wero nd ner McKinley, Miss Helen JI. Klnley. Mrs, of this sorrow most heavily fulls, Accom- nbout tlu bier was a distinguished coin- iinuih until he does something wionu and I milted within the ropul enclosure up to Duncan, Miss Duncan, Mr und Mrs, Rar pany her, O, God oh Thou hnst promised, pnuy To tho left stood President Roose. jtilcs to mako hlinBclf scarco. Jtho curb. Sccrotuika Wilton and Hltch-lber, Miss Iiarbcr und Dr. and Mrs, Racr, through this dark valley and shadow and volt with bowed head and solemn face. Cliurlran, the French nrtlst, denies tho report that ho has dotermlned never to leave France again nnd adds that lie In tends to visit tho l ulled States nbout Ihe 1st of November mxt King Edwnrd will be unable to occupy RuckliiKl nrn Palace In Novi nibcr us lie h.id Imped, un i thc riii natlou of that place will not, It Is now announced, bo completed beforo January: the normal friction inseparable from th ci ii.luct of business In a large volumo. For this week business failures numbeii li;s us against iis last week, 16 In thin week i year ago, la In 1S!'!, 2 In ISPS and 173 In 18)7. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you eat."