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THE NORFOLK NEWS : Kill DAY , SKITKM11KK 20 , 1001. 5
Home Town of Win. McKinlcy
Mourns Departed Statesman.
NEIGHBORS PASS BY THE BIER.
Friends Who Have Known Him So
Long View the Body and Casket Is
Then Closed Forever Final Sad
Scene Is Near.
Canton , Sept. 19. Tenderly nnd
reverently tlioso who had known Will
iam MeKlnley boat yesterday received
Ills martyred body Into their amis.
, 'J'hoy had forgotten the illustrious
career of the statesman In the loss
of a great personal friend who had
jrown dearer to them with the passing
of the years. They hardly noticed
the president of the United States
or his cabinet or the generals and ad
mirals lii their resplendent uniforms
The Hag-draped casket which con
tained the body of their friend and fel
low townsman held all tlielr thoughts
Ho had left them two weeks ago In
the full tide of the strength of a glorl
oils manhood , and they had brought
him back dead. Anguish was In the
hearts of every man , woman am
child. The entire population of the
little city and thousands from all over
Ohio , the full strength of the Ntitlonn
IIEAHbU UHAJUNO T1IH NATION'S DEAD
guard of the state , 5,000 men In all ,
the governor , lieutenant governor and
a justice of the supreme court , repre
senting the three branches of the state j
government , were nt the station to
receive the remains.
The whole town was In deep black.
The only house in all this sorrow-
stricken city without a touch of
mourning drapery was the old familiar
MeKlnley cottage on North Market
street , to which so many distinguished
men of the country have made pilgrim
ages in the times that are gone. There
was not even a bow of crepe on the
door when the stricken widow was
carried by Abner McKinley and Dr.
Rlxoy into it to the darkened homo.
Only the bitching post at the curb In
front of the residence had been
swathed In black by the citizens In
order that it might conform to the
general scheme of mourning decora
tions that had been adopted.
People File by Loved Chief.
Sad as was the procession which
l > ere the body to the court house ,
whore It lay In state during the after
noon , it could not compare with the
infinite sadness of that endless double
line of broken hearted people who
streamed steadily through the dimly
lighted corridors from the time the
coffin was opened until It was taken
homo to the sorrowing widow at night
fall. They stepped softly lest their
footfalls wake their friend from his
last loin ? sleep. Tears came unhidden
to wet the bier. Perhaps it was the
great change that had come upon the
countenance which moved them more
than the sight of the familiar features.
The signs of discoloration which ap
peared upon the brow and cheeks
Tuesday at the state ceremonial in
the rotunda of the capltol at Wash
ington had deepened. The lips had
become livid. All but two of the
lights of the chandelier above the
head were extinguished in order that
the change might appear less notice
able , but every ono who viewed the
remains remarked the darkened fea
tures , and the ghastly lips. When
the body was taken away thousands
wore still In line , and the committee
in charge of the arrangements was
appealed to to allow a further oppor
tunity today to view the remains be
fore they were taken to the church.
But this had to bo denied to them ,
and the casket may never be opened
All through the afternoon the crowd
the rate of lee every minute , making j
In the live hours the body lay In
state , n total of 30,000 people.
The funeral service will take plrrc
today at 1:30 : p. in. , at the First Meth
odist Episcopal church , of which the
dead president was a communicant
ami a trustee.
They will be brief , by the expressed
wish of the family. liev. O. B. Mil-
llgon , pastor of the First Presbyterian
church , in which President and Mrs.
HcKinley were married 30 years ago.
will make the opening prayer. Dr.
C. 13. Manchester , pastor of the late
president's church , \vlll deliver the
n'y ' rtiM.p ! t. A quartette will
I'.iuulltnl IS'P of Siimewhore. " and
nether quartette will rondel1 "Lend ,
\indly LlRhl. "
An Imposing procession consisting
f many of the ( } . A. U. posts of Iho
into , the National guard , details of
ogulara from all branches of the
on Ire , fraternal , social and civic or-
animations and rpproBcntatl-oa of
omtnerclal bndlos Innn all over the
ountry. the governors of several
tales with their stalls , the house and
senate of the United Slates , the cab-
net and president of the United
StnlcB. will follow the remains
o WoRtlawn cemetery , where they
will bo placed In a receiving
vault , awaiting the time when
they will he laid In the grave
iodide the two children who were
tmrlod years ago.
Hallroad facilities seem Inadequate
to bring the people who arc coming
Floral Designs Arc Elaborate.
The number and beauty of the Moral
tributes which are arriving surpass be
lief. Flowers are literally coming by
the ton. The hot houses of the country
seem to have been emptied to supply
them. The facilities of the little city
of Canton are entirely Inadequate to
care for the thousands who are here ,
much less the other thousands who
are on the way. Although the local
committee Is doing everything in its
power to furnish food and shelter ,
many of the olllclals from Washing
ton were compelled to sleep In the
cars In which they came. The popu
lation of Canton is about : ? lnno , but
It is expected over lUO.OOO people will
bo here today. I
President Hoosevelt and his nin'al
aide , Captain II. Cowles , are nt the
residence of Mrs. Geoigo Harter on
Market street. A company of Ohio
mllllla guards the house. During
the atld'noon the president walked
over to the MeKlnley residence to In
quire after Mrs. MeKlnley. He was
informed that she had stood the trip
from Washington bravely , but In the
opinion of the physician It would not
bo advisable for her to attempt to
at. 'lid the services at the church to
day. Slio will therefore remain at her
home with Dr. Hlxey. I
The oilier cabinet olllcers and the
peneials and admirals completing Hie
guard of honor , are also at private
residences. President Roosevelt and
the ofllcial party will start back on the
return journey to Washington at 7
Mass Meeting of Veterans at Lincoln
Lincoln , Sept. 10. At a mass meetIng -
Ing last night , attended by SIM ) veter
ans , soldiers of the civil and Spanish i
wars , resolutions were adopted in de
nunciation of anarchy ; calling on law
makers to make it treason and con- '
doiniiing "those persons who , by appeals - '
peals to the prejudices and baser ,
passions of the people , and by teach
ing discontent and class hatred by
falsely representing our government
as an empire nnd our president as an
emperor , foster disloyalty and give en
couragement to anarchists. " The
resolutions further condemn those
who express sympathy for the Ilay-
market anarchists and declare the be
lief that certain metropolitan newspa
pers are in a measure responsible for
the existence of anarchy in this
Emma Goldman Allowed Bail.
Chicago , Sept. 19. Magistrate Prln-
dlville yesterday decided to allow Km-
ma Goldmantheanarchist.her freedom '
until Hie case comes up for hearing
under bonds of $20,000. Her attor
neys said they had secured $1. ,000
and immediately lett the court room to
seek the additional money necessary.
Meanwhile. Miss Goldman was led
back to the women's annex at the
Harrison street station. She was
visibly disappointed at the amount of
the bond required.
General Wood Delayed by Washout.
Atlanta , Sept. 19. General Leonard
Wood , who left Tampa yesterday for
the north on his way to the president's
funeral , was delayed several hours In
south Georgia by a washout. He left
Savannah for Washington , abandon
ing the Canton trip.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
James F. Heed , ono of the few sur
vivors of the Ill-fated Donnor party ,
which went to California in 1SIG , died
at Santa Cruz Wednesday , aged 01.
He was a native of Illinois.
Albert Illncle of Peorla stabbed his
wife with a pocket knife Wednesday ,
Inflicting eight wounds from which
she soon died. He then attempted to
cut his throat , but did not succeed In
A headon collision occurred Wednes
day between two freight trains on the
Illinois Central near Abbeville. Miss.
Iloth trains were badly wrecked and
Jake Gentry , fireman , and two negro
hrakemen wore killed.
A boiler explosion In the electric
light plant at Sheldon. Ills. , Wednes
day , Instantly killed ISrnest Powclev.
manager of the plant , and fatally in
jured Leonard Snow , a banker , and an
unknown insurance man from Chicago.
The old American Turf congress is
a thing of the past. Representatives
of the seven associations , composing
the organization , met In final annual
session at Chicago Wednesday and
voted to dlbband the organization ,
which Is superseded by the Western
Valentine Ooebel attempted to com
mit suicide by swallowing laudanum
on a westbound Great Northern pas
senger train Wednesday , near Spo
kane. Watfn. As he was being re
vived two anarchistic pamphlets con
taining seditious language wore found
on his person.
Passenger and Freight Collide
Near Brockton , Mass.
STEAM SCALDS THE VICTIMS.
Drnkcmnn Sets a Switch Wrong on the
New York , New Haven and Hart
ford Railroad Twenty-five Persons
Ill-nekton , Mass. , Sept. 10. A awltch
not properly set brought a heavy
freight and passenger train together j
yesterday with the result of six deaths |
on the passenger train and Injuries
to 1D ! others on the New York , New
Haven and Hartford railroad at Avon.
The cxpiesH left llostou at 1:08 : p. ni.
and was running ! ! > miles an hour at
the time of the accident. Of the
Hlx persons v ho were Killed but four
have been Identified , and thono mo :
Kvorolt Joyce , Brockton ; Gimtavus
Hay. Jr. . lawyer of Huston ; Mlsa M.
W. Tonkin , Oil City , Pa. ; William J.
Coiighlln , Lowell. The two unidenti
fied bodies are those of women.
Of the Injured those most seriously
hurt weie taken to the llroektou hos
pital on a special train. One of the
freight ciew had set the switch of
a "cross over" in such a manlier that
when Hie freight engine struck it It
was turned onto the main track. The
engine ot the express and the baggage
car succeeded In getting by before Hie
freight engine readied the train , but
the second car of the train , the amok- J
er , was struck squatoly in the mid
dle and tinned over , being thrown1
down a stoop embankment , landing
on Its side In some soft mud. The ,
third car of the train , a passenger ]
coach , was dragged over by the lorco
of the compact and likewise landed on
Its side In the ditch. |
The collision came with such find-
denness that the passengers In the
three cars were thrown I rom their
seats. As the cars wore Instantly
thrown upon their sides , many pas
sengers lell upon each other and
those underneath were forced through
Hie windows Into the mud beneath.
The broken seats and heavy pieces of
timber pinned them down. Many
were lorcod through the window by
the sudden shock. The cylinder on
the right side of the freight engine
was loin off and escaping steam
added to the horror. The noise
caused by the accident attracted a
crowd Immediately and it was only
a short time before hundreds were
assisting in Hie work of rescue. All
those killed outright seemed to bo
In the third car , while most of the
Injured were In the car which was
struck by the engine. Miss Tonkin
was IS years old , the daughter of
John Tonkin of Oil City. Pa. , a promi
nent citizen of that place.
STRIKING MINERS OPEN FIRE.
Make Two Attacks In Which Seven
Hundred Shots Are Fired. j
Madlsonvlllo , Ky. , Sept. 111. A force
of union miners attacked the Porn-
coke mines here , where a strike lias
been in progress for some time. The
union men opened fire when the
guards were least expecting an at
tack and about 500 shots were ex
changed , but no one was injured. At
G o'clock last evening another attack
was made. After about 200 shots
bad been exchanged the union men
retreated. County Judge Hall and
Sheriff Mnnkins have asked Governor
Heckhnm for troops. Warrants have
been Issued for J. D. Woods , district
president of the Miners' union , and
Mob Tries to Lynch Preacher.
St. Paul , Sept. 19. Albert Dahl-
quist last night narrowly escaped
from a mob of about a thousand people
ple who were demanding that he bo
lynched. Dahlqulst is alleged to have
made a speech In Minneapolis a few
days ago in which ho referred to the
assassination of President MeKlnley
as a "noble deed. " The man Is an
Itinerant preacher and has been hold
ing meetings on Payne avenue , In a
district largely Inhabited by Scandina
vians. Dahlqulst ontfoolud his pur
suers and escaped.
For Upholding Anarchy.
Humboldt , Nob. , Sept. 19. Charles
Carsh. a Richardson county farmer ,
who expressed delight at the shoot
ing of President MeKlnley , was tarred
and feathered by a crowd of men near
Humboldt last night. Carsh has
strong socialistic tendencies and has
been expressing his views freely since
the tragedy at Buffalo. The citizens
held an indignation meeting , which
ended In last night's occurrence. Carsli
has consulted an attorney and seems
determined to prosecute Ins assailants.
Cloudburst at Americus.
Amerlcus , Ga. , Sept. 10. Five thou
sand dollars will not cover the damage -
ago wrought by a cloudburst hero
last night. Carloads of lumber In the
yards of the Amerlcus Construction
company floated away to Mukaleo
creek. Hallroad bridges were dam
aged considerably nnd one train
reached this city yesterday. Many
cattle In pasture below Amerlcus were
drowned. It is estimated that thou
sands of bales of cotton will be lost
in the flood.
Good Roads Convention.
Buffalo. Sept. 19. There was a large
attendance at the International Good
Roads convention yesterday. Victor
Valiant , the ofllcinl representative of
the Belgian government , delivered n
brief address on good nmdu. The
session closed with nn nd < lrt-HH by A.
W. Campbell , deputy mlnihter of pub
lic works of Ontario , on the
subject of coed roads.
: rR LANDS ON mCNCII SOIL.
Dunblc Row of Soldiers Line Route of
ComfliMiio. S < pt III. The ey.ar's
HI-HI day on Floiu-li neil panned wit li
mit great Incident except the delay of
n couple of bourn In docking Iho
Stumlart. the UtinRlan Imperial yacht ,
it Dunkirk. The presidential train ,
convoying M. Loubi't and Iho er.nr nnd
rvnrlna , arrived at Complogno last
p\onlng. The utmost vigilance wan
rvrclHcd ahmg the railroad track ,
the train dashing Ihrouiih a donblo
row of bayonets and drawn nabren an
Iho Infantry was reinforced by regi
ments of dragoons and luiHHiirH. In
pome places a double line of troops
was on each side of the track , the first
line being foot Boldler nnd the second
line caMilry. Any outrage along the
track \MIH utterly ImpoHHlblo. as no
nup wan allowed to approad1 It The
town of Cotnplogno wan In nnlly II-
Ir.mlnatod , the whole route I rom Iho
K'ntlon In the chateau being decorated
\\IHi IcHlonnn and colored lights. The
nt roots wore entirely clear of the pub
lic and the sidewalks wore occupied
by nnldloi-H. 13very window , how
ever , wan filled with npoctaorM ! , who
greeted Kinpornr Nlcholiui with an In-
( oHsnnt roar of cheers.
A four homo landau with the czarina
and her ladles of honor headed the
proccpHlon , Kmpoi'or Nicholas and
PioHldent Loubet following together.
Cannon wiluloH wore tired and HIP
hands played "The Marnolllalno , " and
ItiiHHlan hymiiH , until Hie i bateau was
reached. This bountiful Hruetiro ! ! wan
Illuminated with HIICR of electrical
lanipH. Minn. Loubet wan walling
( hero to receive tile Imperial gnoHlR.
The evening was spent quietly at Iho
castle , M. and Mine. Loubet and the
cvar and the c'/arlini dining In their
EXPECT DOERS TO MIGRATE.
Many Likely to Accept German Offer
to Settle In Damaraland Country.
London , Kept. I ! ) . Itei enl advices
from Pretoria are as follows- Some
of Iho olDcialH of the Iloer government
are hopeful Hull nomethlng will roHiilt
from General Kitchener's proclama
tion In regard to the hurghcru who
tin not surrender by September in.
Many of HIPHC llocrs are at points
some dlHlance from telegraphic com
munication nnd will probably not bo
heard from for some time. It IH repelled -
polled that the llnal plan of the lloern
Is to make for the namnraland border
and accept the offer made by Hie Ger
man consul to sell them land at \
' ponce an aero. The only stipula
tions made by the Germans to which
the Jloern object are that they ( the
Moors ) shall bo liable to two years'
military Hervlco and that their chil
dren must lie educated In German.
A number of Moors In Jolmnnon-
burg have nuked the American gov
ernment If they can acquire lands In
the United States for settlement.
Valet Jones Tries to End His Life.
New York , Sept. 19. Charles F.
Jones , the valet-secretary of William
Marsh Ulce. whom JO.IPH mild lie hnd
killed by administering cholorfonn ,
made two attempts last night to com
mit suicide. Jones first tried to kill
blnim-If with the jagged neck of a
large bottle which he had shallered
for Hie purpose. Later he fastened
his head between the uprights of hip
Iron bedstead and tried to break his
Klllino Frost In Kansas.
Kansas City , Sept. 19. There were
killing frosts In western Missouri nnd
eastern Kansas lost night , an earlier
date for the first frost than for many
yeais. Vegetables planted after the
breaking of the drought in the hone of
raising a crop before frost were dam
Burglar Shoots Two.
Newport. Ky. , Sept. 19. At South-i
gate , a village near hero , J. If. Bad
ger , bookkeeper lor the Robert Clarke
Publishing company oC Cincinnati ,
was shot and Instantly killed by a
negro burglar. Mrs. Badger was shot
in the back. The negro escaped.
First Victim of Football.
Chicago , Sept. 19. Charles Bueck-
man , the first victim of the football
game this Reason , died here yesterday
from Injuries received last Sunday.
The police are now searching for the
young men who played with Bueck-
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Patsy Nation murdered his wife at
Rvansvllle , Ind. , Wednesday , by shoot
Dr. John McKowon of Clinton , La. ,
was shot and Killed Wednesday by
State Senator II. 13. Thompson.
The committee of the Anti-Tam
many organization of New York city
selected Setli Low as Its candidate for
The big Boston department store at
St. Louis made a general assignment
In favor of its creditors Wednesday.
Us liabilities are given as $212.000.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall
nnd York Journeyed from Quebec to
Montreal Wednesday and were greeted
with another affectionate demonstra
The Arizona Woolgrowers' associa
tion , In session at Flagstaff , has ap
pointed 25 delegates to the annual
meeting of the National Livestock as
sociation in December.
The Newell house of Carbondale ,
Ills. , one of the finest hotels of south
ern Illinois , was de tro > od by flro
Wednesday. The loss Is u\er JjO.OOO
and the Insurance $25 , 00 ,
I The supreme council of Scottish
Rite Masons conclude ! ! its annual ues-
, MOD at Milwaukee Wednesday. Fit-
i tint : resolutions on the death of Pres
ident MeKlnley wore adopted before
) onferenre of Reformers at
PLATFORM IS AOHIICU UPON.
Nntlonnl Convention Will lie Held nt
Loiilfivlllc April Next for Final Or- j
ynnlzntlon A Nntlonnl Executive i
Committee IB Nnnied.
Kaunas City. Hopl. If 1' " "
Kilt OH roproHontlng Hovon political
imrllfH of reform , who cnmo lion- for
( he "Allied Third 1'arly" conference ,
held their llfHl joint Hi-union last night ,
nllor I wo dayH of Hcparalo eotifoionoo
inopllngH behind cloned dom-H. All
( if the preliminary work of launching
I ho new political pnrly , which In In
bo a union of all reform parlleH , wan
dune by I IIP conference eoinmlltoeii
nf the novornl doIogaHnnH before the
delegates mol In Joint Houston. II
WMB dr-cldod thai the now parly In to
bo called I lie "Alllod Parly. " The
platform donmmlH the Initiative and
referendum and public ownornhlp of
public uillllUm ; dnchircH agaliiHt land
Rpocnlatlmi and alien ownorHhlp ; ;
fiiMirn itclonlino money , hanod upon |
HIP onllro wealth of the people of |
the millnii , and mil redeemable In any
pppi'lllc coinmodlly. but to IIP full legal
tender for all dolitit , to IIP Ismied l y
HIP government only , without HIP In-
torvonllon nf ImnliH , In milllclonl qunn-
tlty to moot the riMiiilioincnln of commerce -
morco ; doninndii Just natural luxation
and HIP olectlon of prpHldont , fodoial
jinlgoH and nonatnrn by direct vote ;
favors the creation of a d < pnrlinon !
of labor and equitable arblliatlon ;
favont the oiilnbllHhmenl of po-ilnl
savings lianlin , and favorH Mich mn
nlltullonal amendiiK'nlii an mnho
noconnary In inaUo the nbovo lawn
The plirpoHO of the Jollil ti" < hloli WIM :
to decide upon HIP time and pl.ico In
hold the convention which will IIP t
In ratify Iho aclloiiH of thl * confi-r
rnco and perfect the permanent or
ganlzatlon of the now pnrly.
I The eonlVronco IIUH selected .In A
i Parker of l.oulHvlllo. Ky. ; .1. II. Cook
I of Carthago. Mo. , and Dr. .1. K. Cham
bers of Rl. Louln. an UH national ex-
The national convention will be hold
at Loulnvlllo , Ky. . April 2 , 19H2.
TO MEET AT DES MOINES NEXT.
Grand Lodfje of Odd Fellows Decided
| to Hold Next Encampment There.
I Indianapolis. Ropl. 10 The prize
drills ol Hie ( antomi of the Patrlarchn
Militant wore the lenturo at Camp
Calile yesterday. The Fraternal
I'roBH association of the Odd Follows
elected the following olllcern : Presi
dent. .1. It. .Jewell of the Triple Link.
Springfield. Mo. ; vlco pioHldent , F. K.
Rodgers , liidlanaiiollfi ; secretary-treas
urer. .1. W. Ilouret , Concord , N. II. At
Hie ncHHlon of the Boverelgn lodge Iho
degree of chivalry was conferred on
a number of chcvalloiH ,
It was voted to hold Iho encamp
ment at HOH Mollies , la. The Hoverclgn
, lodge voted in amend the constitution
BO Hint the grand Htate IndgoH , it their
option , may admit men of mixed blood
to the order.
Rain Mara - - .
Omaha , Sept. 19.--AB a climax to
the series of unfortunate conditions
that have besot the Ak Sar-lten foslU
Itles Hits fall , It began to rain I a-1
night Just as the big electric parndi'
the event of the year , roai hod Hie
crowded downtown streets Ilaln
1 continued falling In lllieinl < pnntiib s
until the parade waB over , but the i < ns
of thouRands who filled the walUs re
malned determinedly to see II out.
The crowd was so dense that tlio
street car servlco was overtaxed to
clear the streetR of waiting multitudes.
Todav was observed as a day of
mourning for President MeKlnley.
Tlnplate Strikers to Rem.iln Out.
PlttHljiirg , Sept. 19. At a meeting of
striking tin workers I rom Hie Star and
Monongahela plants , at which 500
wore present , It was decided to repu
diate the New York agreement and
continue the strike Indefinitely. FallIng -
Ing to hear from President Shaffer on
Hie terms of the settlement , represen
tatives of the two lodges conferred
with J. II. Phillips , district manager
for the American Tlnplate company.
The terms offered thorn , they declare ,
means reduced wages and Increased
Favors Army Canteen.
Buffalo. Sept. 19. The army can
teen was the subject of a lengthy dis
cussion at yesterday's session of the
American Pure Food association and
the following resolution was adopted :
"That this body deplores any action
In curtailing the operation of army
canteens or post exchanges , as form
erly existing In the United States and
In the Interest of general and military
sanitation and temperance , recom
mends their re-establishment. "
Colombian Revolution Crushed.
Washington , Sept. 19. The Colom
bian legation officials expressed thn
view that the Colombian insurro < tlon
was practically crushed. In support
of this statement they said that the
Insurgents did not hold a single vil
lage or position In all Colombia , al
though some bands of nwninih'is were
giving trouble and that those on whom
the rebel forces had counted tnr allies
were unlikely to give further matt rial
Wreck on Union Pacific.
Klmball. Neb. , Sept. 19 Regular
I'nlon Pacific train No. 2i > ran into a
work traiu nt this place at 7'lo last
evening , wracking several cars. Tratllc
delayed ull uluut , _
" We havr four cliddrcn , With the first
hree I suffered almost Unix-arable pains from
12 to II hours , and h.ul to be placed under
lie Inilucnrc of chloroform. I mecl three
xilttcs of Mitlhfr's f-'rtcnJ before our Lul
: hild came , which
* a slroii ) ; , fat and
icallliy boy , doinjj
my homework up
: i > wil1iln Iwohrmrs
iif birth , and suf-
Icrcdlnit ntfw b.irj
panu. Tlui lini
ment In the
will do for every woman wfiat It did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above lei-
Icr. Not to use it during jireniuncy is a
mistake to lc paid for in pain and suffering.
Mother's 1'nrtul equips the patient with
ilroii | ; body and clear intellect , which in
turn arc imparted ( o the child. It relaxes
the muscles and allows them to expand. I (
relieves morning sickness and nervousness ,
It puts all the organs concerned in perfect
condition lor the final hour , so that the actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan
ger of risini ; or hard brcaMs is aitogethei
avoided , and recovery is merely a malUr ol
a few days.
DriUmlnln nell Miilhcr'n I'rlcnil lor $1 n Ixittla.
The Hrndllcld Ite tilatnr < o. , Atlanta , Ga ,
Ueiul ( or oui licr lliuiirktf.l Imok.
Al nil drug tlmrt 20 Dnwi
NolKi-ol Apjilu , il ion lot tlie P.udon
or Commutation ol the Sentence
of Lclaml Spnulding.
To Whom li Muv Oonci'in Notice IH
hi n by given Hint on Friday , October
Hie lib , HUH , at u'o'cloi It p ni. ol Mild
diiy , or MM MIOII tlinicitttci as I ho matter
cnu lo lieanl , application will bo madu
to the governor of the Mntn of Nebrahka ,
ut bin ollicn in thn dipnoi Imild ng at
Lincoln , Nebraska , to piiidon Ldand
Spuiilding who IH new nerving out u
hciitniico in Hut Ktutoponitciitiary fortho
iilleged criinn of rape upon one AiigiiHtu
Schultor , to cominutn his hcnlciico IIH
may wein mo.st proper to tliu Kiiid gov-
Said application will be Hiislained by
, Inttei-H , allidavilH and ether
nnd will be urged on the
Hitt forth tlHTcin.
'J'he pntitioiii-r , Leland SiiauldiiiwaB (
hinloiicil ( ( bv the district court of Madi-
MIII countv. Nfbnihka , on the aTtli day
of Aprilli ! < > ( ) , for Hie term of five yearn ,
and hiiM hiiicit said time boon nerving
Ualud September ! i , 11)01 )
1,1 l.AVI ) Sl'AI'l.DINi , .
My I'urncH iV Tyler , hih attorneys
of Ma n- |
The proper way to secure cus
tomers is to talk directly to
them We are looking for new y
customers for our advertising i
space It is what we have to
sell We know It is good It
Is worth nil that we ask for It
and more If there Is any per t.
son In this community who has % 7
anything to sell , who has any y >
need tnat isn't suppl'ed.we want ti
him to use these columns
Tell the story here Tell It
simply and directly Hun
dreds will see it and read It.
If your goods are salable and < * . >
your wants reasonable your
communication will receive
-WILL MAKE YOU RICH"
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