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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                PAi PRIOB 2 CENTS PER BRYAN IN THICKJFieHT Obliged to Shake Hands WlHi Husbands Admirers IS GIVEN NUMEROUS BOUQUETS Tour Through Indiana Highly Satisfactory In Results Ac He Sayt Concludes Strenuous Days Campaigning With Rousing Meeting at Declares Taft to Be Enemy of Work Ing Charges That At tempt to Buy Election Will Be tour of William Bryan through Indiana a notable Accustomed though he Is to large crowds and lusty the demonstrations were commented ou by the candidate as be ing exceedingly A pleasing feature of the trip was the repeated calls for who shared ill the handshaking with her She was overwhelmed with attention every place Where a stop was made and was the recipient of many hand some floral Democratic although he had but six hours appeared fresh and strong when he delivered i hla first of sixteen speeches of the day at His voice was In splendid shape and he the strict his many audi His favorite themes were the planks Of the Democratic platform re liftihg to the of bank deposits and to the publicity of cam paign and he frequently his auditors to a high pitch of He appealed for support the Democratic party because it was nearer the people and pledged if elected to devote all his en ergim nutthrough all the nhinks contained In the To the la men he pointed out Taft as their enemy and to the farmers he said that Taft had nothlrtg to offer In the way of President Roose velt was again scored for the part ha where he was greeted by many It was with the greatest difficulty that the assisted by the police and ft large local com was able to get through the crowd to the stand which had been has played In the I erected near the He looked Repeats Sensational about him on all sides on a teeming Bryans main address emphaj throng arid then remarked with the sized two He repealed his he but entirely Inade charge bhat the Republicans were ex pecting to buy the If pur chase wore and he a high tariff was a brooder o The visit lo Louisville was of bit three hours The Dryan spa clal left at 11 oclock lor where first of a series o speeches In that stale will be made early this day In West Virginia has been the Republican of thepres ent campaign In this Judge Taft traversed Its entire length from Mar tlnsburg to Parkersburg and wherever he stopped he was the feature of a In each instance care fully and which brought to gether many Western Maryland also had Its share of the who stopped In a number of the smaller towns along the Baltimore and Ohio road and was j quate to reach only those who stood I would have to have a voice like A a team whistle to reach this au Just before the train reached Clarks burg H slacked up at the big Phillips sheet tin where were gathered several hundred On a ban ner made of a large sheet of tin were the We have GOO votes for you and another which The Tin Plate Republican Taft and Sherman stand for protection to all tlnplate workers and all other Amerl can At where the stop was but a candidate made the shortest labor speech he has yet Just as he was about to begin a voice cried Tell us about the Thats just what I want to tsJU was tiie quick They say that I am unfair to I di v I handed down the decisions in given a rousing welcome in Cumber1 railroad cases laid down the where he addressed an audience principles on which the trades unions which packed the largestmeeting j are based and which made them law place In the The Cumberland ful and speech was the most extended effort The train began to move but tho of Judge Taft during the same voice from the crowd was The Parkersburg mealing furnished Thats the best thing you have ever all of the spectacular features of the political There was a parade Taft Takes a Dayq with many marching clubs In New Taft will Notwithstanding his strenuous day leave Cincinnati tonight and begin at In the east Judge Taft rej once a tour of On his return markable vigor his speeches wera from New York he close the cam snappy and he showed the same incllj in a speech at nation to criticize Bryans political Monday The Impression The continuous work of the that the Republican national cam day begun to tell on pilgn committee has taken charge of and was noticeable In he lack the campaign inVohlo Is carrying his voice and an apThe Impression doubtless grew out of parent struggle against Pleated What the candidate thinks of the situation and of his reception during the day may perhaps best be given by the brief speech be darks PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Of Are showing the strongest line of merchandise to be seen in our city consisting of SU ITS Both Plain and fancy in all the fashionable weaves COATS For Evening and Street wear the Automobile and ALSO Caracul and Persian Lamb Remember the Ladies of Greenville trade the same here as at Come qow while stock is s 708 State Street the statement made by Chairman Hitchcock that the national committee had arranged to send a number of emi nent speakers into the The na tional committee has done this alter a full understanding with the state com mittee in The national committee is particu larly Interested In the Ohio situation because of the many reports of dlsal faction in several sections of tha but the committee Insists tha It has no doubt of the result in the a It now jiropposes was to clinch the will appear at all the day meeting which have been announced in his itln erary in Indiana and but he wll not apeak at anyV This arrangemen has been agreed to by the state mittees In Indiana and The ob ject of this is to satisfy Che crowd that are to attend and to sare Tafts voice for the nigh meetings that have been announced This statement was authorised by Chairman BIG PRICE PUT UPON LYNCHERS Mj Governor Offers Re ward of WHOLE STATE STIRRED jl By Crime of Nigtit Riders In Tennessee PROMINENT VICTIMS Because They Claimed Exclusive Fishing Rights on Lake Patterson has offered a reward of 000 for the arrest of the person or persons guilty Of the murder of Judge Taylor and Captain Rankln at Reel spared Tn order fhat rtift demands of the masked men might be A man named who haul fish frofn Walnut Lag to said lo have been forced to accom pany the which numbered flbou j tlre 8 fighting eighty Powell hart oepn staying at the hotel and when the rid ers called everyone out and compelled them to line up Colonel Tay Captain Rankln and a whose name Is not are said to have been tuken while the oth ers were permitted to return to their Powell suys that after killing kin a vote was taken regarding the disposition to be made of Dur ing the dispute Taylor made a Jumped Into the bayou and started to swim A number of shots were flred at In the confusion Powell slipped away and brought back tlio story of the escape or attempted es cape of Searchers found the trees on tihp edge of the bayou clipped by bullets and there were deep footprints In the mud along the On the other side of lue bayou there was a single foot print and some think this may be the track of Colonel Taylor was the father of the Vanderbllt football Hlllsman Tny who was married to Miss Kath edne the daughter of Senator Robert last Captain Rankin was a prominent lawyer of was captain of a military company In the SpanishAmerican war and served In me uuban A Home 53 Mercer Street i The property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at a property sold for above last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home and all modern conveniences and centrally Make us snJOffer Rea whose name appears in the publlshei list as a contributor of to the Bryan campaign is third vice president of the Pennsylvania railroad Eight years ago Rea opposed West resisting an attempt to gain entrance to his house early this morning Henry age a shoemaker 01 Scott near shot and fatally wounded Michael age of the same James Brlxlua and Walter boys aboul eight years of were canoeing at the mouth of the Lehlffh river their craft was The Brlxlus boy was but the other lad was res cued byProfessor Lyle of La fayette county hae voted to retain saloons by a ma jority of A number of towns which have been dry heretofore voted TlfBn went wet by about and Fos tor I a gave a dry majority of only There are sixtythree saloons and two breweries In the OdU Three Indict ments were returned by the federal grand jury against William Montgom former cashlef of the Allegheny National bank of this The charges include abstraction and misapplication of He Is alleged to have embezzled nearly his wife following close behind begging him to Charles for merly a locomotive upon hearing an engine rushed from his home lo the a block where he threw himself un der a freight train wd was Instantly BrainWorkers have special need to keep the diges tion Btronfe to onjrt thrt food may through the the supply of nervous U T foot Union TennM and Captain Quintan both prominent attor neys of were taken from Wards hotel at Walnut fifteen miles from at mid night by night riders and mur Captain Ranklns body was found riddled with bullets and hanging from a one mile from the Efforts to locate the body of Colonel Taylor havebeen futile thus but It is be lieved that he was also Sheriff Eastwood and a posse of armed men lefttjnlon City for the scene the Haynas of Lake county is also way to the scene witha posss from Tipton The trouble between Inhabitants on the banks of the Reelfoot lake and Colonel Taylor and CaptainRankin originated several years ago when the two latter men organized the West Tennessee Land bought Reel foot lake from nonresident property owners and made regulations of their own concerning fishing Colonel Taylor also secured the pas In the legislature of an act mak ing it a misdemeanor to ash in tho lake without paying a heavy Thought They Were Fearing Captain Rankln and Colonel Taylor had remained away from the vicinity of the lake for some they heard that the feeling against them had somewhat There were some legal papers at Walnut Log that needed attention and the attorneys went there to see about the manager of the Ward hotel at Walnut telephoned Sid a stockholder In the West Tennessee Land stating that about twentyfive masked night riders came to his hotel at The night riders called Colonel Taylor and Captain The two men did not suspect trouble and came down imme Before Captain Rankln and Colonel Taylor had an opportunity to retire they were surrounded am They were put on horses be hind night riders and carefully night riders then quietly took up their march from this turning down the road toward Reilfoot Guests at the hotel In a few minutes lost the sound of crunching hoofbeati and nothing more was learned of the late of Captain Rankln and Colonel Taylor until Witnessed Partners Proceeding to the edge of Reelfoot the night riders pulled out a with which they bad provided and placed the noose about Captain Hankins Examination of the scene of tha murder failed to rtvsal evidence of any Captain Rankln was strung up from t limb on the bank of the for fishing privileges of which he had contended with the night The masked men then stepped back and ipened fire on the swinging rid tllng It with Colonel Taylor was evidently alive at this time and witnessed the murder of his law part Leaving the corpse of Captain Han kin hanging on the bank of Reelfoot the night riders took Colonel Taylor to another Search near Captain Ranklns body has failed to re yeal 8 trace of No sign of a hat or piece of clothing can be dis Wfclle Is generally believed that opportunity as he es tht ban Wat pirhaBS was OLD GUARD LINES UP Members of Cleveland Cabinets Turn Out For the New members of the cabinets of the late President by presence and speech at a big Democratic gathering here last sought to demonstrate beyond peradventure that the Democracy of Tilden and Cleveland is lending Its support and endeavor to secure the election of William Bryan to the The occasion was a mass meeting under the auspices of the Bryan and Kern Business Mens association at Carnegie and seated on the plat form were former Governor DavM Francis of secretary of the interior under Cleveland Judson Harmon of former attor ney and Hilary Herbert of President Clevelands secre tary of the Word was received from Richard Oltiey of who held tie portfolio of secretary of state under that he frould be unable to be present because of a previous Carnegie hall contained a notable assemblage of some of whom ihave not participated In partys councils since Clevelands ad and the Bryan leaders and others on the platform expressed their delight at the presence of these men and whettedthe flrie edge of po litical memory by recalling the cam paign days of 1896 and when many Democrats of prominence In this same hall it known that they had come to the parting of tho Taking as a theme the present cam paign issues from a business stand the chamberlains of Cleve lands administration In speeches of forensic force brought ringing choers from khe auditorsvtoat closely packed the hall with declarations that Bryans election would mean business stability and an uplift to industrial George McClellan presided ait the and read a letter1 from the venerably John author and a friend of Abraham Lin coln and Samuel urging the election of Chicago Grain senti ment In the local wheat market was bearish today owing largely to the breaking of the drouth in the south west buying by shorts caused the mar ket to close final quotations be ing a shade to cent higher than yesterdays Corn and oats were Weak and provisions were De cember options closed 63 TRIS1ATE NEWS IN BRIEF Oil Warren Is practically surrourtd ed by forest fires and nearly the en Forest fires broke out on First about seven miles from this and are doing damage to young man was killed and two wore seriously in jured by he collapsing of the round house roof of the Valley rail road In this wooden steamer David Rust was badly damaged by flre of mysterious origin While lying at the Lake Shore docks The loss on the vessel and cargo amounts to held for the murder of Orle his sweet on the road near Wadsworth on the night of has been bound over to the grand Jury on a charge of first degree SHIPS LAST TRIP FATAL TO FOUR MEN Cooked in Engine Room oy Borstlng of Pipe En gineer John Peterson and three as sistants were cooked to death on the steam barge Maggie from Maniitee in mldlake off wlhen a ateam pipe In the engine Escaping steam trilled the men at their Three members of the crew reached Kenosha after swimming a mile against a north The steamer was making Its last trip of the season and the crew thirteen was making merry steam plpq dealing out Jeath to the members of the crerw who were The main valve of the engine was Mown lnto thestairway and the men on the upper part of tfae ttalr closed the The then started the bellsand put out a flag of As no assistance came three sailors volunteered to ait tempt to reach The sea was high and when within a mile of shore their boat compelled to awlm the rest of thedls Aldrlcli Says Hes Not New York States Senator Aldrlch of Rhode Island ar rived from The senators at tention was called to reports that Hearst has In tils possession letters affecting him which were obtained from the offices of the Standard Oil The senator said I am not afraid of they Joint Conferences Work Bast Joint conference between committees representing the Sanitary Potters Manufacturing association and the committee representing the National Brotherhood of Operative Pottershas adjourned without reaching an agree The present wage agreement expires RESEMBLANCE COSTS SIX MONTHS OIL Confession of Inpofci of mlsukfsn identity tome to ft when from the county Jill months for a cringe he nad not Snooks Wai arrested In vania six months charged tne robbery of the cigar HeVwai Identified byahotej persisted in ills In cumstantiaTl evidence ktere ftiC that the grand jury iridlcl The Innocent matt was Frank his rested at where he o0n fessed that he was guilty of the Can ton He admitted hat he ahd his brother had often been mistaken for each He said he was ready to serve sentence and asked that ms brother be freed at waich waS 4 Getting Busy at Gen eral Bonaparte states that Law assistant attorney ofthe depart ment of and Stanley chief examiner of the had been to to in vestigate the the of the Farmers and Drovers National against Its for mer Bonaparte expects a report In a few He Intimated that a department official might assist In the Tornado Scores Warner was probably fatally Injured and twentytwo other football players t were some of them when the football grandstand In which the players had takra shelter war blown down by a Ohio Flghilng Toledo YForest and brush ares are sweeping through sec tlons of five counties of Northwestern la Williams county the now confined to the are preen to the aeJfX and many farmhouses her and several buildings harebeen destroyed in Sandusky but the blase is believed to be under the county af at been threatened several Iflarmers are fighting the Are near Ore ford which started On the farm of Three large tracts of woodland and several houses and barns have been burned near In Lucas fourteen mile west of a iarge area has been burned i WEATHER Western and warmer Increasing fresh east to southeast West warmer Wednesday and Qompsrss Policy a meeting of the West Virginia state Federation of Labor were unanimously adopted Indorsing the lltical policy of President Samuel Oom pers of the American Federation of and it was ordered that a mes sage of greetings be sent to QOitt Messages were also sent to Con greesmen Wilson of and Nlcholls of hoping for their reelection and urging Che united support of organized A similar message was sent to Mahonof a prom inent union running for RitUburfl Corn 3 yeljow 1 10 Ohio 27 Eggs Selected Cheese Ohio full Cattle Supply light market tidy common to good fat good fresh cows and to Sheep and Lambs Supply fair and market strong on lOc Joyver on Prime good fair culls and veal heavy and thin Hogs Receipts 10 double decks market lower on good grades higher on light Prime heavy j light 1406 I soluteyl Why these grapes Because from the healthful grape comes the chief ingre dient of Royal Baking Royal prape Cream of AJuraphoipliite in made with hmh mLsertl and must fci r if   

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