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   Times Democrat, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1901, Lima, Ohio                               TjiE LIMA ILIMA, OHIO, THtrKSDAt, MAY 10, 1901. XVII. NO. 183 fFBICE THBEE CJESFTS. TOUR rhrough the North- western States [s Abandoned McKinley Said to be HI, ind WiU be Taken Back to WasMngtcn as Soon as Pessible. II PuHic Functwas May be Can Condition the Patiemt Causes Grave Appreheasisa. Sail Francisco, May. Owing to very sorious character of Mrs. Me iniey's illness, the president deft P'ly Jecided to abandon his contern atcd northwestern tour and returu Washington. direct, as soon as Mrs, r-Klr.U'y is to stand -the journey. lie gravity Mrs. McKinley's COB- liou has been known to the tnem- of the president's party for aev- ai days, but had been concealed in that she would rally, as she :s '.lone so frequently in the past id with a few days of absolute quiet id rest -sv-ould be restored to her nor- ii! condition. But her present illneas s beyn attended with entirely nev: nipllcations which have not yielded treatment, and the president con that it was time the public nahi be apprised of the situation. it was the president's wish thai other physician be called ia eoa- iiatloii, because he cesired that 'bins '-hat science could do should left undone. He was especially liuus that the diagnosis of the at- iiiinsr physicians should agree. Dr. bboas, an expert ill the treatment trowel disorders, has been called in. cr since Mrs. MctCiole? arrived at dcott residence she has been des- rstcly ill. Her extreme weakness s tic most alarming feature of condition. Her vitality has been a low ebb ami she has 3Kldom spo- rt to those about her. The strain t.ho president himself has un- rgon'.1 during tho past few days has en very great. It has been a per- farriflce for him to carry out ts hwo in order not to appoint the people, but he has M-: it Mis. McKiuley's illness cast a ioow over the whoie city. The peo- 1 luivo shown their sympathy iu a il'itinJo of trays. All day long little .'-rs have been standine across the opposite tho Scott residence, fntiy watching the drawn blinds SUM which Mrs. MeKInlcy lies. The of the serious character ot her less evidently traveled fast, be- from a51 over the country telt3- iiiis have been coming to the 3t sympathy for Mrs. and asking for tidings of condition. Just how soon Mrs. would be able to travel is liiestion which no one can answer. may be necessary for her to remain longer than next Monday, when i party -was originally scheduled to As soon as ufca is sufficiently the trio will be made by the direct route, probably the Union biflc. No stops, win be made, and is believed the trip can be made fife days. l'rs. McKlnley Is not regarded as immediate danger of dissolution. is co abandonment of hope that will rally, but In. her weakened iditioB there could not Seil to be 'rehenalon lest the spark of life OHt, Governor Nash and Party. >an Francisco, May sli of Ohio and staff were guests honor at a. reception at the Union 'K'JS Poetmaster General !'Ji was greeted by 600 members of postal service in this city. Hs at- a banquet given in his honor the officers el ths posts! service, i congressional party spent the 'a sishtseeingr- -incinnati Machinists to Strike. Ineinnati, May 16. At a mass the machinists of this city, over men, decided to ke next Monday, May 20. They land nine hours for a workday and Per cent increase in wages. The 'ufacturers have agreed to the hours, but refuse the in salary. All the machinists Hamilton county will be affected. sldent Gompera of the American "ration ot Labor will arrive hero ''ay night, Minwrp Will Help. "iianapolls, May TJntted e Workers of America, the strong- orennizatlon that affiliates with American Federation of Labor, not, up to this time, given open w''t to machinists, through- out tlie country, 'demanding an ad- vance in wages a Trine-hour day, fcut If there a generftl strlfce, wUica does seem jwobiblfe at this time, the mine workars will   as, General Chaffee. had suggested. i Porto. Rjcan Exports. San; Juan, Porto Rico, May expprts from Jan.. 1 until May 1 amount to. at. which- went-to- the States. ChieS among was..sugar, of which went to, the Unit- id: States and' went? to foreign countries. Ot the exports of coHee, the United States received hlle went to foreign coaa- tries, divided between Cuba and France. The United States re- ceived J220.206 worth of leaf tobaeto. while foreign countries received 563 worth. The remainder of ex- ports, amounting to were of cattle, cigars and traits. Want the President. Indianapolis, May An effort will be made to have President Mc- Kluley attend the dedication of the soldiers' monument -and deliver aa id- dress. The time for the dedication bas not yet been sot, but there la a strong- sentiment in favor of having e ceremonies occur the of July 21 to 28, when the entire national guard of the stato wKl be here at Its annual encampment Tho monument hopn pamnMoA sifter 11 years work and-Jdn outlay of iStsO.Ooo. Bank Looted. Munfordvllle, Ky., May 16. Rob- bers entered the Hart County Deposit Bank and Trust company's building stole in money aad possi- bly more. The vault was wrecked with nitroglycerin. Three private boxes were stolen. All contained nsoney and valuable papers. Bonds and many'other valuable papers were taken from the safe. The extent of tie damage has not yet been defihite- ty settled; No clew. Ohio Prohibitionists. Afcroo, O., May state convention opened here with a large attendance. The usual preliminaries were harmoniously dis- posed, of. There is an abundance of candidates for the offices, among those mentioned for governor being: S. Jay Pinney of Cuyahoga county, Rev. Hi F. Lane of Lucas comity, Hon. G. F. Bough of Columbus. QUARREL Among Marine Officers at Cavite Resulted in the Arrest of a Lieut. Colonel. One Officer Was Ordered Home aad the Commander Succeeding Him Denounced His Acts. Manilla, .May unhappy sit- uation has developed at the headquar- ters of marines in Cavite. Colonel Henry C. Cochrane was recently or- dered home, and Lieutenant Colonel Mancil C. Goodrell. formerly comman- der under Colonel Cochrane at Olon- :apo. was ordered to relieve him. When Lieutenant Colonel Goodrell ar- rived to succeed Colonel Cochrane the two officers had an altercation, which resulted in Lieutenant Colonel Good- rell's denouncing alleged acts of Col- onel Cochrane in connection, with the Olongapo command. Colonel Coch- raae reported to Rear Admiral Kempff ;hat Lieutenant Colonel Goodreil "was intoxicated, and arrested him ostensi- bly on the authority of Rear Admiral Kempff. The latter disclaimed having given, any such order. Lieutenant -Colonel Qoodrell remains -ia .custody and Lieutenant Colonel Allan C. Kel- lon has been placed in command at Cavite, relieving Colonel Cochrane. All are now awaiting the result of a court of inquiry. KITCHEITER Will Attempt to Head Off the Boers To Prevent Them Reaching Winter- Quarters. But There are About Eighteen or Nineteen Thousand Mea in the Field and plish That Eud. London, May Pretoria; corre- spondent, describing the return of- winter in South Africa, says: "This will mean no.respite troops, no moving into winter quarters, hut only a continuance of the most, demoral- izing warfare ever undertaken." The correspondenttheu.describes a "stren- uous scheme on foot to pre- vent the enemy retiring, north into winter hut. does not appear. Us be very sar-guiae of success. "The figures of the intelligence he says, "shows that there are still be- tween and; burghers, available for service., although, no commando is knowa; to eslst, larger than 800 "llnitod Brethren. day at the general conference-of "the United: Brethren iit Christ1 church- -was up principally in filingrthe reports-qt various boards and referring thesoi tto their respective committees. Dr..Me.t- thews read a petitioErwhich, it passed-, will equalize the lay representation with the ministers: and reduce the general conferences frctn 284 to, 184" delegates. Rev. G. IT, Sher rick, in his report of the chxarcli erec- tion committee, said there about congregations without: churches. recommended the continuation of the board ta assist in places worship. Abroad. New Toric. May A, AI- former secretary 
                            

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