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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, SE PTE MB ICR 19, ii)01.
a lOinWT'C UnUHQ Sick Women TLiimun i o uunuii Washington County Bar Pays Tribute to the Late Presi dent McKinley. RESIDENTS OF MONTPELIER Hold Public Memorial Services-Prominent Citizens Bppnk-County Court Adjourns In Observance of tho -DnyFurthor Light on Crimes Dr. O, L. Wood worth. Montpellcr, Sept. 1". Washington Coun ty Court eamo In at fl'SO this morning all f the judges mlng present, Judge Minis n mldnssul tin- jury, telling them th.it Miilitpillcr laid set aside Ui-day lor an elwrvaneo of sorrow fur President Mi -knit- s death, and excused them until lo-nn't-row at '.' o'clock. Court then w nt oui tiniil notllled of the reudliu-Hs of the 1 if to present the results ut Its d. libera tions At 11 o'clock cuuit caniu In ami n s uli timis expressing sorrow in tin ! .nil ti Pr sldetit McKinley. paj lug trtl-ui. to 1 in .is u private citizen, donicst ninn a id ii'.l.llc olll. l.d i oi dunning th s i -In .ii d uiglug a solution of the a l-i ipitthn and i pressng sMiipalh lit Mi Kinb-.v were pn si lit. d bv . until composed of John II. Sont.r .1 .ich vviih uin ) im W G .rdon a pd George V. Wing. tilde. Illiam Cntlot'Ui reail th" resolu tions to the loiltt and moved t It ' i adop tion b the couit. John II. Si met, tho chairman ef the comnillt- e with Ii dn w up the t. solutions seconded the nvli'ti in a cirefullv prepareii spi li In which he paid the highest ti Unite to M Kinley stating that, though lie had dli'.ued in liodti with the Int. Pn -blent t tliat had led prevented him from an ii'im-cli-lion hi" his virtues and an admit. .Hon for his t.vjii'iil American h iraeter. Hon. 'rnnk Pltiml' in see-on, ling th" ntoMnn said that he hid known M Kinley person illy and tliat he had h anted to le e hint. He gave as his view tn.it the American people would lind some way to deal Willi the great problem heroic H and til .t an.iichlsm would ho done ay wltli. Hon Illram A. Huse, who was a class- mate cf McKinley In tile AlKinv Law h 1 ' I years ago, said that .McKinley wi- i -ti,derit liked by his fellows and tb .t th i igh he was not intinvtelv acqiialn tc I wtih lilm then he knew hmiw. II ei.otigli t admire the sterling (pia'tlies of the j "ting nam who hod already s ownhlslONe (' lit ' aintry. He held up McKinley as a in. i, who was in the bosom bis laiitlly u ai.ver he went in this gnat i ouiiirj H was htruck down among his family an I Hoi. eh It might seem -trnice that tliat w -ill be It was done In oni net a member of tho American famll. For th n--a'ln though born in Ani.t'ca was 1ms tde f the very Ideas upon which the I lil ted States is founded and can only ho Burllnpton Dls'rlct Convention to bo cade.l an alien to all true Ametl.-aiis. i Hold In Vorgonnos. tnt... W Cln-rlnn llnnT-na T ,.HUnv 'P. II I Gordon. i:. W. Blslii e, nnd Fred 15. Thomas also addressed the couit on tho motion. At the conclusion nf the speeches Judge Rlursi.n order. .1 tliat the n-olutl ms lie adopted and spread upon the court n cords nnd tb it the dirk triin-mlt a copy or tbe suite i i Mrs. McKinley. Court then took a recess until to-morrow morning. C I T I . 1 1 N S ' E X F. 1 1 C 1 S 1 : 5 . The uttz-ns of Monti . -Her one and all cut' nil Into the spirit oi the day in nr. i l ing to the late Ptisl-lent M.-Klnlev t.li-i -re grief In his untimely ili'inl".!. In a .id line with the Manr's pro, lam, i-tl'-ll the pl.-i.r-. or biislmss. w'th few .' ccit ns. c los d at ten lock. At two c' lui k this iilti-rnoon the m. mm i r exit- isc -i took pit ip In Arinr. Hall a'id nt s, iL of tlie rain a wood s-iz.d irowd w r- I re 'cut. Mayor Browi. prislded n 1 in in Jin ed th" speaker-- who In- bid. d Hon, II A. Iltis lion. J in liner. C A. G. Jn kson, Ilev. J. Edward light 1' n J. II Pent'r, itev. C. o. JmllUns, Hon. 'Icoigo Wing. Itev. W. .1. O Sulllvan was un- ii 1 le to lie present, owing to a previous ap l.i etment outside the ciiv 'J1 - subject of Mr. Hi. si s remarks ivai William McKlnloy the .Suhlicr," tho-e of Mr HuUon- "William McKinb y tlie niplo r. ai ' C A. G. Jackson s nko of "William Mi Kinley the American Statesman," and Itev J. Edward Wright nt "William Mc Kinley the Christian" Mr. Seniors re in: rk were in jegard to "William McKin ley and ills famll," Hev. C. I.'. .ludklus took for his subject "William McKinley us an Advanced Ameil.an Type," and George W. Wing on "W'll'iam McKlnloy j lire film s in Ueatli." Tbe remarks by tlie different speakeis w.-ro exceedingly well cheser and tho.io wli. Iltened were in hearty accord with the sentiments us vole eel. T'ic students nnd te-ich.rs of Montpeller Femmary havo adcpled the following ros tai.tl.ns ovar tlie decease uf the into I'resl flenL William McKinley. W her-as, It has pleared God who holds the destiny of nations to permit our Presi dent to its strh-kpn with death In the midst rf bl;- diltlss, and slt.ee wc ictgnrd this -is n 1'i-rsrniil as well as a nail, nal loss bo it Hi -olve.1 That We the teacliers and bill-' de-r,i.- oi Montpeller Seminal y express our o. ep sorrow over the loss of the first man of cur nation. I To it we extend to tho stricken wife our he rtf, It svmpnthy. Tlat as an explosion of our sorrow wo 1 "tr our (lag at half innst SO days. 1 Th it a copy ot thee resolutions bo sent to the Sectetary of tlie Pn-ddi nt nnd that he bo asked to transmit the same to Mrs. McKlnloy. E. E. WELLS, A. W. STONE, PROP F. M. HOWE, CHARLIE E. HILLS. riRE AT Wi:ST TOPSIIAM. West Topshnm, Sept. 17. The building of 1' hn C Hood, about a mile north of lieie, tf. .-re burned this morning about :i o'clock. T'.e buildings were among the 1 est ill town Hid (minded ll private iteamery whb ll lwm also taken ndvantiigo of by iniinv of hi neighbors. The tiro caught In tho house, probably from the chimney, and snread lo tin. bam nd other outbuildings. Little was saved, led inel'.idod fully HOO hogs and .. large n i The property burnc icns oi nay, eignt nogs nnu a larg. first class assortment of tunning tools. Tlie totul loss Is thought to bo fully &t), Thol'e v. as an insurance of J'iwO. WOODWORTH A COUNTERFEITER. Furthar Develpmints Show tho Ex Hootorof Vo rtfonnus Donpor In tho Criminal Mush. Verfe'onnes, S. pt. 17 From later riqorts In tho Los Angole-H Tlme-s of Sept. 7, a inpy nf which waa received Monday b a citizen .f tills city It would seem that Dr. o. I.. W eiodworth, lormerly of thli city, who was recently arrested at Redwood CRy Is H . onnterfeiler as well ns a Ihlef. When h' wis captured tluro wire lound In lis trunk hubs and dies for the manufacture, "(WS of counterfeit dollars. Dr will lie tried on tlm larcenv tin disposal nf which lie will lie nrosioutcd In the federal courts for having tlm coun- tcrfelt dies in his possession It is surmlssed Ly somo In tlie section where the robbery was committed Hint tin. S?ty) paid for the w acre-, of Ian I in Iowa may have been enuntonclt and that would account for Woodworlh's reason for getting It buck again. A strong argument to thl? throrv Is tho fact that tho pile- pnld for tlie land JM.hon fir 2f acres lying nearly live miles rc in I irt Dodg. I wn, Is out nf nil pi "ipurtlon to It w rth n i m in familiar wPn the vnlii of land In that iiectlon saye i h lands arc r (cd at from nnl S.iii tc 7" 1 1 r 'II. l 1 n'llv r t ie in i o v - .111 inr t'i Dr wooiiwi rth j Ki mpiev Mrs. Valentino 7c He How lydia Em Pinkham's Vogcta tilo Compound Curod HcPm Happiness will ro out of your llfo forever, my .sister, if you have any of the symptoms mentioned In Mrs. Valentine's letter, unless you net promptly. Procure Lydia h. Pink liam's VcRctable Compound at once. It is absolutely sure to help you. Then write for advice if there is anything about your ease you do not under stand. You need not he afraid to tell the things you could not explain to the doctor your letter will be seen only by women.' All the persons who see priv nV letters at Mrs. l'inkhmns Labora tory, at Lynn, Mass., are women. All letters are' confidential and advice abso lutely free. Hero is the letter: "It is with pleasure that 1 add my testimony to your list, imp ing it may in duee others to avail t h e m selves of t h e benefit of .viutr valuable rem cdy. Heb-re taUinp Lvdia H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I felt very bad ly.vvastcrr'1. nervous, a ti tired, had m k bcadaehes. ip ft IJ D e t i t e . Rnawinirpi u hi stoma li, pain in my bnek and '.jrht side. .Hid so weak could pcarci ly stand. I was not ablo to do an tliiny. Had sharp pains all through in body. 1! fore 1 liad taken half a buttle of your medicine, I found myself improving. 1 continued its use until J. had taken four bottles, and felt so wefl .that I did not need to take any more. I am like a new person, and your medicine shall always have my "praise." Mr.s. W. P. V i l NTl.tK, f.GO Kerry Avenue, Camden, Si TiflfJJ will ho rtallllf thSatomtlmO' lytlln . PInkham Mctllclno Co. - made known i Itev f! II. Wheel, r, c.ngrepatlo:, i !r ig man. lie has' p,n eil cnncluM' eh that lie was innrciut ,,f npy know leih , , i ihe affair, liav.ng m t AVooiiw orth bv ", ippoiuim. nt made two ,i,,Vs nreiiou. win- lr- Ihlnki that from Woedwert' tail, with Idm that bix nilnd was tinb.il i 1 an I Timber minted thnt In the lltlii a u linlanee be had v.ith lilm he ha ..lw.i la en a most court- rnus ontleinnn i Milling nt nil times as ,e thought tln-.fr.it. nhvli nllv and mm- t n 1 1 of the dcolh dlsi.ie itnihoid fe er) from wlil.h he -., In- wis reeuperntlng. aii rrom v hii h In ba I not fullv rrco-.erid. . EPWORTH LEAGUE TO MEET. Hon of the Burlington District Kpwrnth League will be held at the Methodist Epis copal church nt ltntbind October H! and lith. I he following Is tlie programme: W'ediii sda.v 1 o'cloi u p. m.. devotional service, led by W I). Spencer. Manches ter: i:lS, address of welcome, by Itev. John Diillk-ld i-l' itiitland: response by liev. II. I j Ki Id. n of Bristol follow, d by an aildriss by tin president of tlie society N. E. liall of i-. trlsburgli; 1:M, "What this Convention Should Accomplish Pplilt nally," Itev. H. I.. Tliompson of Ilranibm; 1 :0, "Is the l.engue Answiiing tln Pur pose of Its Organization?" It"V. Charles W'orrlck ol' Vorgonnos, follnwul liy a dis cission. .':,) Tin Epworthian's Opportu nity," I',i- Claiinii- Miller of Fair lla-.-n; .'i.'.ii. address, It v. 1 1. A. H irton, I it.; ol Poullney: ::.2 "Department W,.rk." Hi v G. '1'. E.nion ot North Ferrlsliurgli; I Junlir Wi rk," by Mrs. J. M. Apple iii. in. .INul.t siipei inteitdent of Junior wink of Shuuliaii, N. V. Fiom B to l! p. in. social hour; 7:l!i, song and prayer ser bf led by Hi v. G. E. Only of licnon; 7 .it), addti-ss liy Kev. J. II Cob ninn, D. 1., of Glens Falls. N. Y. Thursday, :t a. in, devntlnnnl service, led by llev. E. S. Morev of Winooki: 'i 1". reports of dis trict ofllcers nnd business session; !):ij, echoes of tlie International Epwortlt I., agin innMiitiun lecently held in Cali fornia. It. v. .1. E. Atwell of Granville. N. Y : 10:I.V closing icmarks liy the presiding elder of liurllngton district, Ilev. G. W. lirown. 1) I)., ol' Hutlnnd. liev. H. D. Fpencer nf West Hebron. N. Y., will have charge of the singing. Pen tecostal b.vmns No. 1 and 2 will be used Delegates nnd visitors will bo entertained free. It is expel'ted that this convention will b. the best ever held ill tile dlslilrt, and that the ntteiidnnco will bo large on account of tlie place of meeting being a central point of tlie district. It is ex pected that the railroads will sell tl ki ts at redui ed rates as usual. THREE VERIYIONTERS Tako 33d Dostoo nt Supremo Council of Scottish Rlto Masons Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 17, The supreme coun. 11 of Scottish Rite Masons of the northern Jurisdiction of the t'nlted Stated met In annual s. ssion in this city to-day. About tf.O members of tlie order win in attendance. Tin- council was presided over by Most Puissant Sover. Igu Grand dm- mnnder Henry L. Palmer nf Mllwauk. . . Mr. Palmer in his annual address, look oec'i-li'ii to refer to tin- national calamity at liuiialo, Tiie ;nd degree was to-nlghl conferr. d on a . lass of .19, tlie caiidl.lates liicludiiig tlie following' Danl. 1 S. D.mfortli, St. Albans, Vt.; 11. my S. Root, Nevvpoit, Vt.; Charles II. Stearns, Johnson, Vt.; George V. Cios man. !!. hester, N. Y.: I'rnnk H. Ilower, Piifi'ilo. N. Y.; William E. Newell, Illug liamton, N. y. ! William II. Lynns, Iluiralo, N. V. FRANKLIN COCNTY MEET. DEMOCRATS 1 Malore. N. Y., Sept. 17. The Democratic County Convention of Fiunklln county . onveii. d h iv at the court hcuso to-diy at 2 P m. Charles A Parke of Malouo 'lialnnnn of tin- Democratic Cciinty com - n Htee onllnd the convention to order and .is chali man of the same. 11. E. Geol- need of Cbal. augav was hesen sei re. tarv. Aporoprlate resolutluis of sorrow P-netrnhln cordon of people, wishing In over the assassination of President Mc-I,1,s x" !'" nnni trllnite of love and Kinley wen .innnliuously adopted. Hon. r,'"l"'rt u"' ,lle ApnA' AB 1,10 '"ncn coit Snmuel A. Rmman tlm rrpubllean iioin-1 ',-'' '"coited by troops repreiieitllng every hue for County Judgo received a high 1 '''partmeiit of tho nation's martini st- vice and by representatives of religious ' . ".. '."."". neiifliK-.' to succoeii iiiinseu sometiiing' vcrv unusual in thn hlstery of Franklin ... county politics. The follovvlni; ticket vvas nominated: Members of Assembly Watson Page. St. lit hi Falls; Judge and Surrogate, Hop. S. A. Ileaman. Malone; District Attorney, W. L. Allen, Malone; .Superintendent of tno Pont, O. P. Chase, Cliatenilgay. THE VERMONT PRESS, .Ftcun the Morrrsvillo News and Citizen.) scnted at the Fish and Game meeting last we. k In lint ll was un- of Die largest gatheiliigs of tho "profesh" lu a long Hnio. They enjoyed thu outing ki rally, es- i shewed politics and let tlie oilier fellows do the talking. If wo do say It, Vermont1 'K ' its press make-up a body of hard-, working, Industrious fellows, and a moro 1'iyal lot of men, trim to Vermont m d 'nti no more for the state, can imt uo iciuiiii in .my oi ine inner wains in nu. WILL Hl. IT, LL TIIE TR! TH' '1 he lisliermi.il iujw homeward takes lllght I y d ity st ' bid To l Hn ti I c lid p. t p t a lilt i m La uu . in i SOLEMN HOUR. America Pays Last Official Tribute to HcKinley in National Capital. WORLD DOES ; Dignitaries of All Great I QfaP "RimPral Rl''hnn AnHrfW? DplivPfS thp OlcHC I UIIClcU UIJsIlUp nllUlCWS iCllVClO UlC Eulogy Great Procession Accompanies the Body on its Last Journey Through Washing- tnn Manv Peonlp. Tr- . . -n -I . , 1-, f.r -rr' View the President's Remains Mrs. McKin-!in. . TT , , A , ,, r TT leV Unable tO Attend the berVlCeS lier J Friends Greatly Alarmed Feared That She; Will Collapse After JT Weaker. Washington. Sept. 17. All that Is mortal of Wlllinm McKinley is speeding to Its last earthly testing place at ills beloved home in Canton aft i the r.atlon had of- m lallv and with state ceremony paid Us trllnite of respect nnd love to the mmory of Its strlekeu clilef magistrate. Tills was almost the closing act in the awful Iras cdy which lias drenched the civilized world in tears. Beneath the great while ooine of the Capitol ftneral s'enire of state were held to-day over tho remains of the dead President. It was eminently lining that the rervlces should be conducted In that beautiful rf lunda hallowed by the history of the. 1 lest rlts of wWO other martyrs to tho J cruifo nf th republic. 'J'hei services were ccndi.cted in accord- ! nnce with tlie rites of the Methodist Epis- copal chtir-h, of which Mr. McKlnby was a lifelong mnmher. Cnr.MsiIng only of two h:mns. a song, a prayer, an address and a benediction, tli"y were beautiful and Among others present were Chief Justice solemnly Impressive. Gathered around the Fuller, and Associate Justices of the Su 1 le r were representatives of eyerv phase promo Court lirewrr, White, Grav and of American national life, Including tho Urowu; Senators 1 lamia and Forakcr of P.eMdent ami the omy surviving ix- President of tho rnlt'd .states, togellier vviin representatives at tins capital ti n- most nation or the earth. Great liru du, Fiance, Gernimy, Italy, Spain and all the republics to th southwest of tbe t'nlted States mlnglcJ their tears with those ot tlie American people. Despite the fact that no attempt had been made to decorate the lntrilor of the rotunda, beyond tho ai rargem. nts made about the catafalfpie, the- f-ssemblage pre- si nted a memorable sight. The 'Oiniire hlai k of lb - .ittir-- of the hui.itrods of clvl- llans present was splashed brilliantly with the bin.- and gold of the leprerentatlves of the army and the navy end couit cos- tiitnes nf tlf dlplomatle corps. As the sweet notes Df Mr. McKlnliy's favnilto hymn "Lead. Kindly Light." Hunted thiough the great rotunda, the assemblage rose to Its feet. Pared heads were bowed nnu eyes siiuailllil Willi lenrs. HI llio conclusion of the hymn as Rev I r. N - lor. Presiding Elder of the nshlngtou district rose to effer prayer, the bush that fell upon tho people was ptofound. W linn In conrluslon ho repented the Immortal woids nf the Lord's Prayer, the great audience Joined solemnly with him. Scarcely had tho word "Amen' been breathed when tha llould tone of that swiotly pleading song, "Some Time We'll rnderstand," went straight to tlie he irt of every nudltor. Tlie solo wns sung by Mrs. Thomas C. No.ves, of tills city, and tbe beautiful tefrain was .chord and re- echoed by tho drtiblc quaitette choir. Th venerable llishop Edward G. Andrews of Ohio, tho oldest Hlshc-p of the M. K. church, then took his position at tho .lead oi tne hut. A gentle breeze through the rotunda stir- I led tho delicate blooms which lay upon i the collln and the "pence that passeth all on. n iMiiiiiinig Miiiiiu in ic-si upon me ninn -i Lu. iiiiiwuise im nt? iieHiui ids eulogy of the llfo and works of William McKinley. Ills words were stmpb- hut his whciln heart was in every one of them, His tilbuto to tho Christian fortitude of the de-id President was Impressive. Pp. on tho conclusion of tho sermon the attd- ience, ns if by prenrrnnpement Joined the choir In singing "Nearer, .My God to Tluo." All present seemed to be imbued with n icntlment of hallowed icslpnatlon ns the Dlvlno blessing was asked by the Rev. . II. Chapman, acting pastor of the Metro politan M. E. church upon both tho living and the dead, Mrs. McKinley, bereft of husband nnd prostrated by her overwhelming; sorrow, oiu nov iiii.-oii im- hri . iv-s iii nie i;,iuioi. nnd dearest to her that he should not tin- drrgo tho ordeal her attendnnro would en- tall upon her. WEATHER WAS S0.M11RE. The morning dawned gray and drear. The Fky was overcast with low Hying clouds. Nature Itsdf seemed to be In mourning for the nation's dead. As the hours passed dashes of rain fell at Inter vals hut despite this discomfort tens ot , H'Oiiinds of sorrowing people appeared ''"''.J' n tllP x" JI"H sides of Penu- pvlvanla avenue from tlie White Ilousa ' lo "e i apitoi were mosse.i Willi an Im- .! ,...ln ..rimn , ...,.! .! ... i.n.,... ..u.. .,, moim inorougnrnre lo ino solemn notes or tlm lliil Vlaroli Crrt... Rn.tl .1,.. cnpmn.l.... people bared tholr bends despite tho rain and tlie many toar stained faces liespoko their grief moro eloquently than words, As with solemn and cadenced tread tho procession moved down the avenue, tho people recognized n one of the mourners their former President drover Clevelnnd, who hnd come to pny his tribute to his r' so unexpectedly. With sllont salute they gteeted him and with them ho mingled his tears In sorrow for the dead. GOVERNORS PRESENT, .... AmonK ')"' bimdrcds of other d stln- P l"bed people vvlio were In attendnueo "P" tho funeral serylcos wero Governor "jr "h,?.'e .lB'n'1(1 94!X; Vl ll iii'", .' nm i m o.-, ... ., ' w-" f ... ... c annula, unv, vvniie oi vv esi v irgiiiui, Iflnv Kllolrnnv t.t Vnpmnht nml flftv Vimr, ids ' H ,'W ',T''1' r'0' Hlnne represent ed Gov, MeHvvec-ney of Bouth Carolina and . conveyed tho governor's regTets that ho was unnlile personally tn attend DIPLOMVrS IV ATTENDANCE, eproscntcd In HIM HONOR. Nations Present at the i .....I,., iii ...I- .nuns mi i nun ineir ciuei Iniured in the Crush to'fr",.' the Burial Is Growing(1'tlsi;i,lvv,'1'1 iui'ici,.i departments o! in my and navy hnd their highest i part ns follows: Wit Ting Fang, Chinese minister; Mr. T.iknhlrn. Japanese minister; Scnnr C.tlvo, Costa Itlean minister; Mr. Asplroz. llto Mexlenn ambassador; Cheklb Bey, Tur- klsli ininlst.r; Mr. Leger, H.iytien minister; Mr Guard Lowther, charge d'.iffniies of the Hiitlsh cmha.'-sy. whom King Edwnid had specially commissioned to particlpite in the services as ills personal represent! tlve; Capt. Louis Hail.y of the royal navy. who repiesented the Iirltlsh embasy; Mr. Demarg.rle, charge d'affaires nf the French cnihnsi-v, who was designated by President Loubel to act as his pels.. nil representative at tlie nhseipdes of the President; Senor Pulldo. Venezuelan chatge d'affaires, Mr. Hrnn, Danish niln- Isler; Hanto Thyrso, Portuguese mlnlstir; Duke Do Areos, .Spanish minister, and Mr. Grip, Swedish minister. LIST OF NOTED AMERICAN?. Ohio; Allison and Dolllver of Iowa; Clapp and Nelson of Minnesota; Ctillom an 1 M .- sin oi Illinois; nan aini iiepew oi ..-w York; Mailory of I-'lorida; TTrman of South Carolina. Gnlllngor of New Hampshlte; Piatt of ( 'onecllciit ; I'alrlian'.cs of Indian ' ; l-'rjoof Maine; Spooner of Wisconsin. M - Cumber of North Dakota and Daniel "f West Virginia, l!epiecntntivos Tayler of Ohio. Dayton of W'e-t N'liglnla, Pay . Rupieit, Kay. Sherman, Cuniinings and Alexander of New- York:Mi Cle.iry. T win , 1 leatwole. Ste ven-' and Fletcher of Minne- sota, Jenl.lns and Habeock of W'lseoi sin; ilurke ol South Dakota; Long ot Kansa ; lilxoy of irglnla; Kitchen of North Caro. Una. Cannon of Illinois, Steele nnd Ri in- son of Indiana; Riirki tt ot Ne liraska : Dov. ener of West Virginia: Hinder on an 1 .Smith of Iowa; Rlchaidson of Tom es-ee. Hill of Connecticut; Lawrence of M ssa chusetts; Davenport, Iiutled and DalEell of jeiiiinyivauia , any in .uissuiiii. uui.iini Joy Ald.n Smith of Ml.higan; l.urton and '.rosvenor of Ohio; lierry of Kentiii ky; LoiiiU-nsager of New Jersey, and W ac-bt.-r of Maryland; all the members of the c.bl- net; Assistant S.rtetary ot the Navy Hackctt, Assistant Se, rotary of War Fan- gcr. and ninny other i rominent department offl. ials; Admiral Dewey, Rear Admirals Schley, Melville, Ramsav, Robby Ev.n--, and Crnvvninshlcld, General John it. Hrooke, commander of the department of the east; Gen. Fltzhugh Lee, and many other distinguished officers of the army navy; land; former Senator Gorman of Mar.- Mr. George H. Cortelyou, secretary to the late President; loiiuei ei-ii.-i.ir) i) War Alger, former Attcrney-Gen. nil Griggs, Mr. Henry R. F. MncFarland, president of the board of district commls- sloners: Mr. J. PUrpont Morgan of New York; Mr John A. Knsson, fi rmer special reciprocity commissioner nnd Pension commissioner iienry i iny i.viius. .no loio iu-ioii in i . . r- muh-mi wi i I In the rotunda the casket li.l was remov- ed In order that the immediate trlen.ls of tbe di-nd President might be nlYordod the comfort of a hist chime at Ills feature:., and Hint tbe people whom he loved and who loved him might pass the bier fo,- the si. me purpose. At half past twelve tho ciovvds began to tile tluough the rotunda mid dining tho six hours In which thn body was Ivlng In state it Is estimated Hint a."(10 people viewed tho remains. pai.AMITV V a nnov.'l.v AVl'iiTRii Just at 1 oclock a frightful calamity was narrowly averted at tho cast front of the Canltol. lor hours the vast throlijj of people had been massed In front ot tho nioii,i loituiini, i... i'i.u. cuii.c v iu uiuur tens of thousands of people lushed almost frantically to tho main staln-nse. The pcllco and military guards wern swept atldo and almost in n twinkling then? wns a tremendous crush at the foot of tho great staircase. The Immense throng swept backward and forward Ilka the surging of a mighty tea. Women and e hlldren, n few of the latter babies In arms were caught In tho crowd and many were badly hurt. Strong men I eld children mil evi u women high above tlie beads of tho stiiKlnif croAd to protect thim from bod- liy injury. Desplto the force of the mill- tary and tho cooler heads In the throng 1. 1 proximately a hundred people wero In- Jured. S.nio of the moro seriously hurt weie carried Into the rotunda and into ru Ions adjoining apartments of tho Cnpl- tol where ilrst aid treatment was given them. A number wire huirled tn lios- " '' .,t1H in imbulnnces, but tho majority cither wero taken to or subsequently went unassisted to their bonus. After tho over six feet lu diameter composed or gai crush hnd been abntcd upon the staircase ax leaves nnd American Reality roses r.nd plaza immediately In front of It wero about which wns entwined the American found tntter?d pieces nf mens and wo-' Hag ennm from tlie m.ior and the enun tuen's wearing apparel ol nil kinds, crush- ell of Richmond, Vn. Other tributes eamo I'd lints, gloves and even shoes. Watches, from Mrs. James A. Garlic-Id, widow of pocket books, keys and knives were, pick,.' another martyul President; Mrs. Garret cd up, I A. Ilobnrt, KciiTi'tiirles Hay and 1 1 1 toll When tlie remains of the President wero "ZZ clnl train which now is carrying tho body 10 (.-anion i no magtiiiicent display of lloral offerings numbering no less Mian li'i plrrea and unking tlie mist remarkable floral trlbutv ever s .--n here, were tulten tn tho stntlon from tho Canltol In j.ir- rlrigcs and vnfjons and there plnco! 1-1 MGIN There Is no guesswork about TANGIN it is a safe remedy .for Suffering . Womankind n hoard a special car which had been pro- tided for them. Three sections comprI- ing In nil twenty passenger conches wero necessary to nccomincdnto nil those, who accepted Invitations to make tho Journey to Canton. EXERCISES OF THE DAY. Body of Prosldont McKlnloy Borno From Whlto House -Stnto Funornl ut tho Capitol, Washington, Sept, 17. The day of tho state funeral of the late President McKin ley opened ns soluble as the cconslon. Tho sky was overcast with dark, slow-moving, gray clouds; occasional spasms of rain falling giving away for momentary inter- vols to gleams of dull sunshine and a sou wind barely stlrtetl Into relief the signs ot mounting on bulhllntf front.! tliat told m well as tho subdued air jf thu public that this was a dny ot sorrow. To-day was th occasion when tho nation was to pay its last trlliuto ot respect an 1 admiration at the bier of tho dead President. All tb country had sent here Its tcpresentnllves to testify tliat Hie dead hnd had his plnco deep In Hie national heart. Other nations had ordeicd their diplomatic nnd military representatives to bo present as a token Orand Army of tho Iti pulillc. As tho vet tliat they mourned with America In its eraits of the civil wnr ,ia.icd the waiting loss. Kx-President Cleveland wits hero to hearse wheeled slowly Into lln. . A guard take part In Hie ceremonies, anil like Pies. 0f honor from tho army and navy took up Idcnt Itooscvelt paid his trllnite lirst In their positions on either side of the he irso private at the While House and lat"r at and the fum nil cortege proper to-ik its np !tho pulillc services In the rotunda of tho pointed place behind the delegation of tho -apuoi. f i - - ,-..---n --I en. iivniiii i.w,.iic, i iiuih') nf ihn Hi-iiini, r..,,i..u.. ,i,, iMu.nni vir lmi1 specially commissioned to paitlclpato n ,hp Ula 1)f.10n.il nprisenta- live, captain Louis llalley of th" roaI were President Itooscvelt, Mrs. Il-iosevelt n.ivy represented the embassy. They will and Commnnder W. S. I'owles. the I'res retiirn to Newport t' -nlglitiiiid notgo to tho Idenls hrother-ln-la w. Then followel a family funeral at Canton. The other cm- hassles and legations likewise had sent on their repri.rctitallvts. M ..... ,. .1... 11 ....... I 1 I ihitlve. exeeuttve. Judldal nnd mlllfiry i v.c re lipr.'sentcd. Senatoi Fnc. Piesldent u.,. ,r tm a,.n,u.. .-.niv..i from ,,,: I Ibis mornlii,-. with hint i.as Chief Justieo ' I'uller of the Supnme Court. Unvld li. H.nd.rMin, the last speaker of the House i of liemesentatlves. att.nd.d as tho i-o. I rrs. ntntlve of the nniniln.- w .,ui.i.-o 1 ranch ns well as the leng time ners-mni friend nnd associate of the dead man. Hie obsequies were to be Held was los rv Mnny others wer present also of tho id lor cllstingi ishe.l gueits and for tbe en. The. omeei'B vitliln reach of the city In attendance all olhcers within the limits or tlie national eapltol took part under orders, directing t Le m to pnitlclpate In the services of honor to their late e(,mmnndei- rinnder In ,-hb f Longstrect and ie- confederacy. ..... 'I he south sent General other former leaders of the- confederal v About the Wlilte House the nairol ot sol- diers and sailors guarding the entrance He was attired In the brilliant uniform ot .'ml grounds told the sad story. The the Admiral or the Navy leit wore the teg nlght there had been a quiet one. A ulallon service sword with Its knit of vigil ever the dead had been inalntalnil crepe at the hilt. He war given a most throughout the wntcln s. Details of rnv- cordial roceptlrn. aitymrn, artillerymen and Infantrymen, ENTRANCE TO THE CAPITOL sauors nnu marines were on guard arour.it Hie Kiounds. A sentrvman pared back r.i ,1 rnrtl, nn .lln nnrllnn t.tul.ln li, .. . , .. ..... I..JI, others did duty. In the east r.mm, somore mih n .ii-n- oi,a .n... i lights Mid Its heavy hla'ck casket in the (iiitro of the room the guard of nunnr viatched over the dead. Members of th i l.oyal Legion and (lie G. A. R. performed this sad duty, silently giving way to oth ers every two hours. At tne head of tho casket stocd an nrtlllerymnn nnd a sailor. At tlie foot weie a cnvaliymnn and a marine. All were nt pntn.ie rest. Ther.o watches were relieved every half hour. l.ODY TAKEN FROM WHITE HOFSE. The second stage ot the late President's journey tnvvaid thn waiting grave at Can ton was begun nt !t:JA o'clock. As early ns hour before that time the hD-f officers of th(l cov,.rnmrntr,v,, . In ,lu ry ,, j ,,' v ln,KIIIl ,,, nrrlv.-. and many other gan to arrive, and many other-i whoso names are familiar tlie world ovc. cime singly and in groups to p-iv their t -Unite at Ills official home to the nation s illustrious dead. Several members of the diplomatic coi pi In court eostllloe were, .ininne- the e,,rv miners. Former President Cleveland and former Secretary of War Lament arrlv. .1 ii'inut S:3a nnd were sin.wn at one. to seats In the red parlors Tlie ni' mbers nt the cabinet began to eonie soon after, nnd were Immediately followed hv the mein bi rs cf the Senate . nmmltt. e and the m m-li.-rs nf tlie rnlted Slates Supreme Cunt hi ailed by Chief Justice Fuller In their re lies of office. President Roosevelt arrived at v:rO lock accompanied by his wife and bis Mster and went Immediately to the hli.e arlor where they were Joined by the ,,,-- ,.r ,,, .m, ti, t,-i,i. wIO n frotk collt wh n of crr ,, the left nrm. ............. ,,rqTI-n ,Vrt t MHH. M N LL i REmTLD W LLL. Mrs. McKinley arose earlier than usual to prepare for the ord.al She had e-ted ,ilte well during the night but Inr pale tare told plainly ot her suffei lugs. she pave no sign of collapse, however, nnd her , liyslclnn ennlldently believes that she will Keep up her courage to the . ml. Senate- latum reached the White Mouse only a o,nrt time before the oro. esslon was to move. His face looked drawn and leaning heavily on his cane It was painfully evi- iuu mat ne wns sun. ring. While th men of note were arriving at iii. vvniie House the rm cm escort under Command nf Mnl.-Gon. John R llrmkn -. forming Immodlntcly in front of tho W nltn House. Resides regular soldier", (-.dlors and marines tlie escort was inn lo ' p oi a uetaenment ot the national guarj, nienionis oi too c i. , . u , i.ov.ii Legion . nd kindred bodies, and civio organlza- Hons and representatives ot all liranehe-i of tlie national government nnd tho gov- , mors of States nnd tlflr staffs. Tho public had been astir early nnd the streets wore crowded with people. Wlr3 ial.es were strung alcng the entire route of march from the White House to tho capital nnd thoy kept It clear for the tu- ceral procession, , nnnv nniivn a v I . . .. .... At 9 c'ock a silent conuiiniid vvas given md the body bearers reverently raised the casket to their shoulders. They walk- ,-d with slow endenc-d step and as they appennd at tho main door of the Whlto i.s-m.s., hi? .ii,,....., ....ini p-mii jiu-o uiiinj-uii hv mn, "Nenrer, My God to Thee." There was perfvet slleneo throughout the big iiiM'slon, and as thn last rail strain of tho music died away tlie throne in the build. lug lifted their bowed heads and raised Unlr wet eyes. As the henrs moved uwny the mourners from thn White House entered cnirlages and followed tho body on Its lotirney to the eapltol where tho ftineril services weie to bo held. During the night and morning a por- tlou ut the many, beautiful lloial tributes sent to thn White House were placed about thu funeral casket. Conspicuous among them was a massive cuslilun lloral tribute tu the foim of an army badge from the G. A. R. and offerings from thu Loyal Legion another soldier organiza- Hons. Gen. Corbln. now en route noma from Manila, Gen. Adna R. Chaffee and tl.o commissioners of Porto Rico had Hot al olferlngs laid about the bier. A design nf cock, Gen. and Mrs. .Miles, Ambassador 1 Uo'c,! It wis thought early lu the morning thnt airs, .vic-iuiuey iiiisiu ieei strung eiiuuxu to attend thn services there hut, it wns finally decided to be Imprudent to tax Iter ! vitality moro than was absolutely neres. sary so she concluded to icinnln In h. r room under the imnie.iintc rare ot Dr Rlxey, Mrs, liiirber, her sister, and her niece, Miss Rather. THE PROCESSION. Slowly down the Whlto Ilouso driveway through a lino dilzzlliig rain, tho solemn college wound lis way to Hie gate leading to the avenue where it liallid, '1 lull with grand, -ml. mn swing, tin million' band lu g in Hi. Di ml M ii'.'li from Saul Ida t fiom tlie l"iglc bounded march,' and tho head ot tlm procession wero mov lng on tho way to tho Cnpltnl. The can- ket was In a black carved hearse drawn by six bHck horses, caparisoned In blneK net with trailing tassels and a stalwart Broom at tho head of each, moved down through tho gateway nnd eamo to a stand aloncsldo tho moving procession. MhJ. flrn. John It. Brooke was at tho heail of the line on a splendid charger. Behind i him caino tho aides, the rid coated anil- lery band, a squadron of cavalry with their red and whlto guidons bmp In the datn'i air. a battery of Held artillery with thc men sitting straight and stiff ns slat. lies, a company of engineers, two h.ittiil- Ions of tho coast artillery and a detach- mf,nt ot th hospital corps. Th,,n cnmo tho naval contlngrnt of tho nrHt j,(,cton, headed by a mm hie band fol- owc,i i,y a battalion of marines and one (mpany of sailors from the North At- intln squadron, very picturesque and troiiK. Tlie National Cuard of Hie Ills- tnct 0f Columlila liroughl up the rear of , n,,, nrst section of the parade. 1 Tho civic section of the iiroeesslon march- f,i ito line. It was under command of (Jen. Henry V. Boynton as chief inar-hal Hnd comprised detachments from the mill- tary order of the Loyal Legion, tbe regi Inr nrmy nnd navy of tho union, the l'nloi Veteran Legion, Spanish war veterans ami Oratul Army of tho Hennblle in which were seiueu ox-i'resi lent. ' i-vo- i i i. 4.i.-i .......... i, rienrral John M. Wilson, lit a carriage drawn by four black horses, coming m xt. line of earrlnges bearing all til memb -rs of the cabinet, a number of i x-membcrs, and behind them tlto diplomatic corps. crtnwim IT TIIF CAI'ITni -.. d '.', . .,,., v. Ings of th eapltol and the great marble stn'rcass asot, ring from the plnz.i to tho rcpecti-.- noo.s ot tho scnto ami n.-mso v re Jammed with people. A rain was falling hut the vast crowds ch ng to tlflr places, scarcely the murmur ot whispered i cnversatlons was audlljle. Tho main en- ti-i tico to thn rotunda or the canitcil In which the religious exercises Incident to trance of the funeral party on encii s,S of the steps mm the plaza to the rnttml.i were stationed companies of artillery and deatehments of re-omen and ninrln- Abint f:3" prominent cfllrers of the army end navy In full diess uniform began to arrive In carriages Thtv t.maln.-d on Ue portico to form n part ... the guard ot honor of the. Pt-sldenfr t.-mnlns. ' A .1 ml rut flm- -., n.i ,.orle .,rrl,-r.l Admiral Dev.ny was an early arrival. At 10:11 n'.lock tho head of th. pro cs- slon arrived at tho nortli end of the Cap tol I... ... ,1 t , Km 11 " .""i" ',""'-'"' - ""' ' lirooKe nnu Sinn anu ire nun aruii ry orps bnnd.The troops swept .round lo he, south end of the plaza and then march d to position fronting the main cntrmco to the Capitol. As nmn as they had been formed at rest, the artillery band on the left and tne ma rine bund on the right of entrance, the funeral cortege with Its guard ot bom r entered the plaza from the north. As lha hearse halted in front nf the main sta r rase, tho troops responding to alir.oht whispered commnnds presented arms. Tlie guard of honor ascended the step, the naval officers on the tight and liv nrmv on the left, forming a cordon on each side, just within the tanks of tlie ar tillerymen, seamen and marines. as tne eignt stiirity Douy nearer?, lour front the army and four fiom the navy tenderly drew the llag-drnped casket from tho hearse, the bands -only played tlje pleading notes of "Nearer, Mv God to Thee." and every head In the vast tluong was oare.l. I ear OCulnillieu ONC.-l W.-ro raised ie heaven nnd a silent prayer went up trom thousands nf hearts. with earorul and solemn tien.l, the noiv bearers began tho asicnt of tho stain aso with their precious burden and teinleily bore It to tbe catafalque In the rot inda. DESCRIPTION UP THE RoTCNDA. No attempt had been mndo to drape tho Interior of the vast rotunda and save lor the black struct urn In the untie and .i small organ, and tho Moral pie cm let against the wells beneath the eight hl-tor- leal paintings, the place presented its osii.il asnei t l.efoi-o the sew ci s brtr.lli. Tht. catafalque was exc.odlngly simpla in design. An oblong platform about by 12 ' but six in. lies above lite ((JOr supo,-,,,,. Ulc ijter wh.eh Wlih Uu, H.mo plain, sttong structure that has been used at the Capitol since Llnooln's day for slate funerals. New, rich, black broadcloth c v- cred It completely as well as tho platlorm and a small reading stand, and the only signs of ornamentation n out It were thu heavy black tassels anil the aitlstlc dr.ip- ery of the cloth. The catafalque nccuplc I the renin, of the elide , f nerh.ms fonv r. et In .Ham, ter. At Hint n ilia was placed a circular row of cane-seatel chairs and a dozen ot such rows sufficed to till In the snare remaining In the rotunda ex- rent nr ihn four iiroad aisles riiiii i: c low .-ini ih raniini nninm nf ih. omm,.. .nlM1 ,,.,.,... " ' The lloral offerings were many and beau tirul In design, l onspii'iioiis among tliem was a large wnuo siiiPiu oi immortelles six feet in height bearing above tho eighth army corps insignia in red and blue, the following Inscription In purplo Hewers: "Tribute from tho Armv in tho Philippines'." 'I lie services were fimpic, thev w.-ro of Hie form prescribed by tho Methodist church, hymn, and prayer, and ad liens anil a benediction. The choir o'lcno l , them by singing softly Cardinal Newman's hymn "Lead Kindly Light." rh Rev. II. It. Naylor. D. D.. Ptcsldlng Elder of tho .Methodist Eplsropal church of Washing. ton district tin n crTei ed prayer. nlsllop ANDREWS ADDRESS. ninuui i-mvi. i. Pishop Andrews In his oration over tho m im r,.iu .1. 1 1. 1 1 , No syllable of suspicion that I ever hoard was whispered against I Is character. Hoi walked in prrfcit nml noble self control. Shall I speak a word next of that which I will hardly advert to tlie tenderness of that domestic love which has so utten been commented upon? I pu.s R with only that word tliat can set forth fully the unfaltering kindness and carefulness and upbearing lovo which bclonccd to this hi Hclpbcrovertbc moultuiK pcrioil quickly anil make pullets hv early so ns to get cgtts from both iluritig the winter. You can do it by feeding S fiends re's CONDITION Powder Not a food but It makes all thn food moro effeet lve. I'osts 1 rent every lu dsys to miilio a lien a piollt tiuteftd of a loss. In hbo for over tO earl. 2&c iv pack flvt, (I, llh. cn, ifl :u li, 41k. "How In l'eed for ICtes" and suniplo beiit poultry jui per free. I S. JOHNSON & CO,, boiLn. Matt. great mm, Ms cpmlltles pave him a reputation not n this Innd nlonc but throughout th- world and mndr It possible for him to inlalstrr In the stylo In which ho had wltlilti tho last two or three years mini terrd to tho welfare and peaco of humnri kind. It was out of tho profound depths ot his moral and religious ehar.-u ter that rnmo the possibilities of that usefulness whlih wo .,ro u Kn,i to attrlliute to him nnd will such a man die? If there Pi a nor- 10nal Immortality before him let us also rejoice that there Is an Immortality and mentor' in the hearts of a largo and ever growing people who through tho ages to come, the generations that are yet to ho will loolt liaek upon tills lire upon Its no- hllltv and purity and service to humanity Hiid thank (lod for It. Tin- years draw on when bis n ime shall l,u . minted among tho illustrious of the earth. William of Orange is not dead, Cromwell is not dead, Washington lives m the henrts and lives of ids country, Lincoln with his Inllnlte sorrow llws to tench ns and bad us on and MeKlnhy sbnll summon all stall smen and all coun- trvinen to purer living, nobler, sweeter mid Immortal lib s-edness. BORNE AWAY T0CANT0N. Funeral Train Mndo up of Throo Sec tions. Washington, Sepl 17. Tho last cbaplur of the sad ceretnonl.il, the removal of tho . , . .... . ,. ociocK io-ingni wnen me .uiii-rai mini mi hero over tin Pennsylvania railroad. The great bronze doors of tlie Capitol In which the bodv had lain in state had closed Willi" theie were still thousands of peopio waiting to get a last glani.e at th" ik"t. The insket was lifted once m re upon tho shouldct j of the body b.nrers and 1 v tin m bom. t'i tlm he irse at tbe fo t of tlie i.ist stop!- 'f the Cnnltnl. The . scort to the depot eon-ilsied (f I wo squadrons of the llth Cavalry The roi.te was down ' " nnsyiyania aM-inm wiiun was in ei on ' "her side l troops of tlie nistrlit of -inmbia. u t q.n.:. .ii-eiesS j.r- without mus e. At the 1 ettnsylvanla rnllr' nrl tat bn there was a dens., throng and the rrmnltn w. n-rc, cl ed by large delegations r,f rmy ""d navy officers. I h re the sd.ll. rs an I seamen carried the casket from the hear o to the observation car. nlacd In the ond section of the train The ensket was pln.nl on standard liiaped with the national color- It u,.s ' i red with lloral emblems. No b s than tv. nty ears wor" rccjulred for the tr-i-.s-Kit.ittnn if the funeral parlv to ' enui. To-morrow still another train will cn-v " ''anion a bilge party or S.r.iur-. ,, d ruresentntlves prominent in n.itl nil h'. Tin ihn- soctlons into vvhi h the i, ,, , WUS divided left ,tt ten InlllUte bit- r al- ''anton a large party of Ser.it. r- ,. d Fit st was a train of eight cars among others the Cuban rotnmltt i I lolly newspaper iron. The secon 1 secl'on was tlie IV-sid- nil train proper made up of prvtbill" t1 r-ime seven "nrs which made the trlf 'r m r.nffalo The rnr Olympla was n-l-.: 'A, to y.T. McKinley, while the ctr Edc- 'n wliii h cfinio next was occupied hv tla Pre-ideut nnd his .nbinet. Rehlnd In or de- eamo the sleepers Naples nnd Ftel Mavln. the dining car Wa'doi f and a c om Inatlon car. 'I he third seel Inn of the train win lc voicd entirely to tlie arccmir.cdatlon of the , I'tiy md navv ctllcers. Piestdent Roosevelt's atrlval nt the train rc. iired nt T.'o and was unmarked ny inci-d.-nl. His brother-in-law Captain Cowlrs . 1 1 ompanle.l him. It was Just before S o'clock when Mrs. M. Kinley was driven to the station. I "firing the trying effort of the long walk Horn the carriage entrance to tlie ear set apart for her next to the head of the ti i n. a rolling chair had been provided for her. She declined this, however, nnd walked with surmising llrmness to her ii"". by Abner McKinley una t'r. i.ixey. It was S.10 o clock when this section steamed away In the darkness tho first section having preeided it ten minutes. Ten minutes later the third section or no- i-i-oi "" -- crs sued away and the national capital had performed Its last act In the funeral c-i i monies. MRS. IVl'KINLEY IS WEAKER. Her Friends Four yho Will Fall When tho Full Sunso of Her Loss Comes to Her. Washington Sept. IT. The fronds ot Mrs. McKinlev are seriously .larniod ah. ut her. They speak with grave apprehension 0f the ciiivs that ate soin ' coins when ,. in i.o 1,..., nr, no Iooe-.-t- hv Inr fclse of dutv and sustaliilne lore of tvr .h-slro to perform her full part in the e rc. monies that the national chara.ter and tragic end of her dlsl'.nsul-hed husband ,nIuie appropriate. They dread the ap- ..poaching davs in tlie quiet of Per home at Canton when her ' belo.ed major." will not lie near to cornet her in the rencilon tilal wm follow inevitably nfter the pr-i.. cnt shock It Is believed that she will be nble to go through the servl.es at Canton without to., gnat .lltficultv, but subse- ,. , ..niir. i ....n,i.. e....r.i At oojcr.,,, i.r , oo,liil,,i. Inuilfhs the hone ihn't iher.. will in. no bronk .n wn at lest until tlie i nal offices have been paid to the .lend. This evenlncr Mrs McKinlev Is eon- lideralilv weaker than whi-u at Hurfalo, but cont u. as to bear up with great forti tude. Till- afu-rnoou she pavo vent to her prlef mote freely than at an.v time since tne tragedv. She sobbed and crlcl for a Jong time and these parox.vsms of grief capped her strength to quite a degree s-Uli , -tatid there is no present sign of col'lai se Dr ' Rlxoy was with his i a- XPM iivt-ril times during th day and FpCnt , i, ni whiP ,i, ner Me in tllp afternoon remaining until after six o'clock He - ild he was f irlv continent of Mrs McKinlev s ability to lake part in the pPrv,"es nt C-inton She his had a long nml , v,,re thock however and In ord. r thnt she may ''.'come Kradu'ally aceut' m- ...i tn t h,. . h nice vv roi irbt In l ei life bv the s,i,t ,ir..ih of the President ! Is nrob.it le ,,lnt Secretai v Ccutelyon and Dr. Rlxoy will renriln In Cnntnn for some little tlm to soothe and comfort the wllovv In tho ?' ',., ,.. ,, i full degree tliat li.-r ii ii-i siiport and comfort in life has Inci taken away. PHYSICIANS' STATEMENT. Dony That Thoro Is Dissension Among Tliom Over Prosldont McKlnley's Case Will Say no Moro. HutTalo, X. V.. fept. 17. The following statement was givui out to-night by the physicians who intended President Mc Kinley during bis last illness. riio undcrhltfiicd surgeons and physic ians vvlio wen- In attend. ince on tlie bite President McKinley havo had their at tention e.illul to certain si-nsitlonal state- -ments recently published IndUatlng dis sensions and mutual recrimination among them. W e desire to say to the preps ami the pulillc, once for all, that eviiy such pub- Mention and all alleged Interviews with nn of us containing criticism of one an otln r or of any ot our associates are false. We say again thnt there was never a serious disagreement among thn profes sional attendants as to nnv i f the sv nip turns or as to tlie treatment of tile case or as to the bulb tins which were Issued. A ver unusual h.iimoii.v of opinion and action prevailed .ill tluough the case. Tlie unfortunate u-s.ilt could not li.ivo been foreseen Mule the unfavorable svniptoms declared themselves late on the rlxth day and could not have la-en pre vent 'd by any human agency. Ponding tlie cnniplitlen and publication of the nltiehil reports of the pott mortem examiners and of thn attending staff wo shall refuse to make any furthpr stut.--iiui'ts for publication, nnd illeg.d Interview- with any cf us may be known to bo lie-lit lous M D. MA XX. HOSWKL1. PARK, Hl'RM X MYNTl-'R, I'd ill-.XE W ASDIX, CH H D. STTK KTOX, VERMONT PPN'SIOXPRS W lulilngt "ll N ot L I in i'it pi P slms Original wilivvs, spcu.il an rued jBevU St Wlunfred Uorman, Uurllncton. UBS M Czolgosz Refuses to Utter a Word When Arraigned in Court. COUNSEL SAID NOT GUILTY Trial of Assassin to bo Oponod In Su premo Court Monday Morning Would Not Talk With His At torney In Jail-Crowds View tho Prisoner. IJuffnlo, N. Y .Sept. i:.-Tr.,n r gosz, the assassin of Prei i. i' y was nirnlglied before Judu. I i Emery In tho Countv e.'o irt . ' Czol- i- this aft.-rnoon on tin- . uln ttn- nt i u tier in the lirst degree In faii'l. -:. President McKinley In tin- Tunpe ' sic at the Pan-American expo i'. Sept. mlier C. Again the t,l.i.r.ri oner refused to plead or even to ut'. r word or sound and tho Hon Lor Lewis, ox-Supreme Court Ju--tire c , a plea of not guilty. The ai . used v tried in the Supreme Court i.- xt M morning. Tlie most notable intl.b rit of ' was the pnssing ol the prl-" . L crowds who bulged around 1.1 -n was being escorted down tin draped in mourning garb ! 1.- guard of patrolmen and dej had been dispensed with so t h it pie were ablo to get near, i t i. , as he passed to and from th- - i r As a result of the urging f I Adelbctt Moot, of the Erie ' o .-tv . soclntlon, Judge Lewis, one " t' 1 es assigned as counsel by J .d. c I Vstcrdny. called it thn Km ' o i ty 2 o'( lock this am 1 1 n to "" 'h- ri I'zolgosz refused i u,.-vvi r u .c-uot a i e . s o whether or not I - wante I that ,ir ' . - rti.e.- Judge Lewis vvoolil nppear I r th' prison, r rilgiiment even i-ept the asilgr.m Ali-olutely no ; m ole against t h. ' h. dc'l.'.e-i i M of the i o r' ni ipst ration ' g prlsijter, the ib i l-led that the -ifmir gunrd vv -s.iry ti.-dav Czolgosz vva. i the iall through the tunnel unde i .' en ie to II,. . itv h -U ny Dt inn'i and Gearv, being hana fie i 1 i i . r. 'I I " prisoner entered thn rn irt I -m ,i in, ct hall clo -u wa- -irii g o 1 lock A murmur ran thro .i , Hen. e but the gavel or the i g- re order Dl-trict Attorney 1 e prindpal .-harees and aske i r H w . mi i h nd guilty r.r i.r t ;,ul.tj , ' Not a s ,,,ni W,1H mtored bv the p er. lie sin , m te hefop- the I ar f ll-e, .'ippnn :-1 ly . .'ltn.ulng lis feint -sanltv vvhi i wn- tuitned lor ine r-' v.'hen he vv s tak r. into court jc- r afternoon His mrly bbieit Snlr ws hoveled and although his Unci, was and clean, his disordered clothes n i growth of hl heard gave him a-. n appearance. Spectators in th' o it o commented on the fact thn if h shaved he would be a fairly good i ok young man. When the prisoner refus-d t eal t district attorney asked him stood what had been read and r- - e rp answer, told him he had I een ml t i murder In the first degree at3 ' ' could answer: 'Yes" or V" F r Initnnt Czolgosz glanced at Mr f nnd It was thought thnt h" in' ed i rpeak but he did not. Judge Lewis then addressed the i length salng tliat he had dip t r 1 .defendant hut had been ur.ai le t ! tain any wish on the def. o r. s as to the employment of . ,n,t..-e If that his associate. Judge TI' s w 'Milwaukee, but that he had -r' i , formally to enter a plea of - ot pi 1 behalf of the defendant ...s th- w r ed such a plea under th" ir n s The Judge asked permlssi n 'o r i right to withdraw the p.ca in . special plea or Interpose a ,1. ri-ri ter consulting with Julpe i t t should decide not ti isk t' " rt sign other counsel The lodge i Apr d his r-ci name had been ireni oned l i e with this trial .is ' 'i id he.-i tlce for some i ni '-rahle tim a very strong !.- ignan -e t although that o s a reaon vv ' npplv to every hi'vv.r District Atior" rnnev gi that he would nn -e to have t' ment transferr. d to the t-"i"t- for trial and wnild also nui for next Mondav m raint- ' reason why th. dii.ndant h ready next Mondav replied J .. 1 At his request, l.nvever. tl not be entered '..itll Judge T.t - r t r which will probably be wlthri a tw o. Judge Lewis snld that he mis'ht a' an order of tho court to examr ' oner as the district attonuv I 1 1 i eel him that eminent alienists h 1 Ined the prisoner on behalf f i This gave rise to the belief th ,t i sr plea of Insanity may be t-r- I counsel for the defence "Remove tho prisoner" sa.1 ' -de ery and Czolgosz was tnk-n o k ' Jail by the underground lo .te. passing the garb of mourning E i- MR. BOOTH AGAIN FINED. Tho Government Still After Him Fcr Putting- Sawdust In tho Ottnw Ottawa. Sept. 17. In the r " this morning Mr. J. R. Rootb i answer a second charge of i ouavvu river by dumping saw der the statutes, the pcnalt d . each c cinvii tlon in the dlscr t u maglstrntion. Mr. A. D. Eraser for the m-w , that lie was Instructed by the ri- .t r'r ot justice to ask that the hc.iv it f u.t be indicted. Magistrate O'Keeffo said I think the department of Jusi.cc h.ivc y rUht to make any such t.qii.-t i ni ltcre to hear the case. W'luit is tin m J nuini penalty ?" On being told the lowe.-t p- ills vv ,is $:'fl, he Inlllcted that line with 5. its Another Information ag.-list yr 1 h was luMantly laid and will be 1. n Snturd.iy. UNFAVORABLE CROP REPORT. Heavy Rains In tho Central West and South Atlantic States. Washington, Sept. 17. Thi wi.v'-r bu re.ni In Its summary of w Mther r p o dltlons for the week ended Se,-t 1 s.iv "Heavy rains liave proved i p" ivcri' ie iti the central mid west Gulf Siuie i p tlons of the Ohio Valley and Tun esse. id In the upper Mlssouil Vallo wli ,e i j :i have sillferid from drought in the S ut i Atlantic coast districts, l'nst of the R i ky Moiiiitalus tho teinperaturo i ondlttons i av0 been unfavorable except in the upper Mis sour! Valley where It has been too cool ai 1 frosts were of uiilto general nccuren e ti some Instances damaging In the plateau regions. Generally favorable conditions prevailed In the Pacific coast States Cool, wet weather bus ih'iked tlie ma turing of corn In Nebraska and South D kota but In the central and east, rn lis trlcts of the corn belt the crop Is pr ' al ly safe from frost and cutting is well a 1 v.mccd. CIIAMPLA1X' COPXSELI.OR HOI D Plattsbiirgh. Xevv York, Sept 12 It is V( ported on good authority that Clu rlos W Lansing of Port Henry, pmi rt.tnr rf the I'scrx County Ri puhbrn tins put chased from Phillips lie l Rrv C' ( 'n plaln Counsellor, a weekly rep d 'n newspaper published at Routes Point,