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PtMde4 Dues Into the Unlit Stutsm
LONDON Aug 20The Asiatic cholera has
arrived In England Tho steamer Gemma
from Hamburg has enterod at Oravcsond
bringing several cases ot tho plague Two
Women on the steamer have died from cholera
and another victim a man Is Improving The
neWI ha caused great consternation at
Gravosond and excitement In London I
Tho Rteamor Laura whloh arrived nt Lynn
Retfla today from Hamburg had two persons
I f lick on board suspected of having cholera I
Ji The health oOlcers of Lynn refused to allow 1
the steamer to enter port and compelled It t I
put back to Boa
The North Gorman Lloyd steamship line has
given noto that no emigrants from Russia
T will bo carried In the steerage
t A despatch t the Standard says that the
presence of the cholera In Denmark is offl
m clally denied
f Sixty passengers on the HamburgAmerican
f line steamer Columbia from New York which
arrived at Southampton yesterday oonoludod
not lo proceed to Hamburg when they learned
t the cholera epidemic thoro They left tho
Columbia when they found that tho company
had ordered that she proceed no furthor and
took paxsago for Flushing In tho Netherlands 1
The HambutgAmerluAn steamship Colum
bia will not proceed to Hamburg Hhe Is un
J loading at Bouthampton and will start for
f ow York on Saturday The utoamshlp Nor
1 rnnnnli of tho HauibuigAmorlcan line will
11 not I I allowed to land tomorrow It Is I said
although she deeilnea tr lako on board 400
migrants wlios led l for
Imhlrluls or parsauo
l Another desMR to the WaiioVrf from Her
tin says that mptlor William has received
full reports on ttlucholuriUMildoinlcwhlch will
probtbly modify his trarullini platin for tho
J Autumn Hjllgltus cumuiunltlrs want tho
tmperor to appoint n day of prayer for dollv
eranco On the Berlin Bourso todav whim tho
exception of 1 seven per cunt riso In tlio
Shares of chemical companies supplying dis
infectants depression wnssonerul No olllclil
Announcement has boun mud confirming time
reported prcsencu of AsliUio choler there
t Two pasBMigorx from Hamburg wero ont back
rf tcuity and u third was Klut to a huipltal
ilm approhiinslons lately entertiUneil In
England In regard to danenr trom cholera
p aYe suddenly lovrloiied Ititu u genuine scare
The fart that two deaths havvtVcurred amonff
passengers landed from Hum burg has aroused
alarm In every nuirtor Tho nuvspape re are
clamoring for an entire stoppage of traffic
from tho Infected port especially Hamburg
I and the v lane n ratrtipiiiimuuds that mmT
gratlon bo suspended from any qunrtird
bOll papers jrofuither anil seize the oppor
tunity to Insert the thin cdgnnf the wedge of
a cfufndo against tht niluiUaton of wIle
all < oiiatallln the futuv
> At arlmsby Hull and Lynn nontns hos
pitals are In leadlnesj to rpftivo Imiiiliiianta
who ur dnthlnud for tno J leu I examination or
far L Outers to Note similar nccommodn
tlons have bown sent to other ports
HAVIKO AIIS JHTlii cluloia Cintlnuus
to crow in virulence Kicut humtnl eanus
were recd d yesterday mutiny of tho victim i
Bavins teen uel e < only few liours before
tty prl4hod The total number of deaths
iras 140 IroT Koch IIUH tol > > aruplipil to 111 i
Un tht fho plague Is I increasing in Hamburg
Tbe authorities nro doing every thine possible
I t stay thSBprsad of tho rleeao Iho bnthlne
atlon and public markets haTe been closori
8IOJJ014 shut up isnt all public mvcllaun
paIls I ilinooi ana gatherings wliotlior for
I ustne llnoel atnuEemeut huve boon prohllt
Ited Fortunately there Is no hot weather to
g avato the rtUAaae Tno heat Is normal
3 There have beei reportwl today 2U fresh
earoa of choleni and nil iiiths The weather
Is coqlor anil there hal boon ruin since itlnao 1
l oVIock A M noYertholpun in the vicinity of
the harbor tho dUeiimi shown no signs of
abating forty private companies are r work
1 disnreotlng UwolllncH in thx city and Its sub
I J urbs General Iniicnatloa Is felt toward tthn
authorities bccnUiio they biippresfol for throo
weeks the flct that < JuUc cholera spread
Itta in the city
In Altuna the water upily is fnllfnc I t
reported that In Plnnotirrg ant Kkl sovurut
CtAe of Asiatic cnolnra have been dl covcreil
IABU Aug 211Tb latiKt news regarding
the cholera at Save Is thntJtwoutyolKhtcufcoH
pppareil on Thursday and tuit there wr fen
deaths from cholera that dIY The author
tIe at Havre have beon in trtict < id to adopt
the mOlt stringent santturx measures and
specially to isolate ovory ruse
1 in Havre today fortvcleht fresh case of
Cholera andtwcmyono deaths are rupnrtud
Anrvyrilp Aug 21 I ther are any now I
MSOS of cholera tho authorities suppress the I
fact Very little confidence is plurtd In ths
BcheldtUosrd of Health That body hns offi
cially stated that thr lm been no cholera In
Antwerp slnco thl 18th of the month and has I
also announced that It cues no reason to Ask
any change In Its bllic of hvalth on account of
e few suspiciouscaReaof sicknesscomlnir from
Havre and Ilambunr I Trill therefore con
tinue to deliver clean bills of health
BT PZTKRSBUBO Aug li Yesterday nc
cqMInc to tho omclal returns there worn
6322 new cases of cholera against 5070 on I
Wednesday Yesterday thorn woro 7 doath
reported acalnst 2743 for Wednesday In Ht
Petersburg there were reported yesterday 10L1 I
BfW cases and twentyfour death
1 KoxirnnKHd Aug the Government han
orderod tho suspenSIon of all traffic on tho
Russian frontiers except at Eydtkuhnen and
Prostken Amultitudii ot Intending emigrant
hnv hen stopped at points on the frontier
ana driven back to Russia In the two stations
y tlona named travellers and baggage undergo
7 rigid Inspection and disinfection underfo
murchof Kiel and Dr Ulasser have charge of
the sanitary service on the frontier
VIKNVA Aug 20 Additional precautions are
being taken Tu prevent the unread ol cholera
talen Pevent
Tho service of through carriages from Con
stanlinople to Vienna has boon suspended
lIke the service from Warsaw to Vienna for
fear of tho introduction of the cholera The
carriages fo and from Constantinople go only
as far as thu AustroBarvlan frontier 10 Ser
I flontor
lie There tho passengers undergo I medical
examination ent carriages and have t change into differ
IkipS ArrivIng Iron Iifte t District Will
be CarefUlly KzuMliicd
H01TBU Aug 26Th outbreak of cholera
at several European seaports has caused con
siderable uneasiness hero as the steamships
of the HamburgAmerican Packet Company
I arrive weekly at this port from Hamburg and
Antwerp W 0 Munderlch manager of the
I HamburgAmerican Packet Company states
that every precaution will be taken on board
the boats to prevent the disease and he will
afford the health authorities every assistance
I In his power The steamship Mandrahm wiltS
sail from Antwerp Thursday from Alontrsai
S but she was In Hamburg five days ago The
next boat that will leave Hamburg from Mon
treal la he SteIn haft on hopt 1t Tramp
steamers also leave Hamburg for Montreal
but none aro on the way now
Dr tabergo the citys Health Omoer says
he will take every precaution against tho land
Ing of any immigrant or any member of the
rrswof a vessel from an infected port until the
vessel proper has authorities been thoroughly overhauled by the
Pylelm Ucpreecillnc the Stsite BoN
p of llenlth to 1nderlsske the Task
s Aug WTbo Executive Com
h mittee of the National Conference of Htato
r Boards ot Health met In this city today for tho
I purpose of adopting measures to prevent the
Introduction of cholera J
J The recommendation of Dr McCormAck
I President of the Conference was adopted con
templating the appointment of quarantine In
I spectlon commissioners for the purpose of
I examining all the quarantine station on the
Atlant s and Gulf coast and the Pacific
Tne folowilu physicians wore pointed
members of the Communion J H Jlcio
mack D9wluI Urn 11 I I Itaker 1 Lansing
Irvine Watson Concord P H hoyce Toronto
J H lAme Bacramento Domingo Orvananos
I city of Mexico and cither J Holt or L I halo
Dan of hew Orleans This Commission Is I
railed to meet In Toronto on Wednesday Aug
81 and proceed thenoa to Quebec
I k o i
I Jrlllxp2UN AVTIIOltlUEV AifOiT
Every Prresmlla Takes lo Prrv nt Cholera
from Entering Onr Port
WAsnwaTox Aug 20 Wo cannot prevent
Immigration Into tho United States but wo
can take precautions to prevent the Introduc
tion of cholera Into our country said Secre
tary Charles Foster at ho cat at his desk In
the Treasury Department tills afternoon lila
statement was In reply to a question by a re
porter of TIIR HUM as t whether tho danger
from cholera i so imminent as to demand
absoluto prohibition of Immigration from tho
Infected countries Secretary Foster wont on
to say that tho officials of tho Treasury
Department havo met all tho demands of
ho occasion a promptly and as effectively as
tho law will permit Immigrant inspectors
have boon directed to exert themselves to pre
vent the landing at our ports of all persons
from the Infected points until they have been
thoroughly disinfected Their clothing their
bagghgo their personal effects and also tho
ship that brings them over must bo subjected
to the same process Additional regulations
havo been promulgated within tho past
twentyfour houis and Assistant Secretary
bpauldlng and tho BurgeonGeneral ot tho
Marino Hospital service after a consultation
late this afternoon reported to Secretary Fos
ter that every precaution has been takun t
keep tho dreadful scourge at bay Mr H auld
IrJ said further that no additional cholera
news wan received today thus Indicating that
the disease fo confined to the points already
spreading of
named I there had been any Ins
thedlseaso that fact would have boon prompt
ly I reported by our agents abroad for they
have been Instructed to notify this Govern
ment at once Returning to the subject of
prohibiting Immigration Into this country
Secretary Foster said
Under the existing laws wo cannot exclude I
anybody except Chinamen providing they
stnml time test nt time iiunrantlno tntlon and
comply with tho regulations laid own for tho
guidance of the Immigrant Inspectors We I I
eanunt stop foreigner from coming to this
country but we can innkn regulations for I
our own protection nail compel thorn to
comply with them 011 lie I turned Lack It must
not DO forgottun that tin Uovorntuent hiss no
JuriMllctlon it over tho qunrautlnu stations
They are umlor tho control or the Mates iiov
eril attempts luivo been made to phico
t lie quarantine nytom under the direc
tion of the Government but time I lovon
101 1 Mato rights hum urccnted any
cluing l being made In that 1 direction
DuringIhu lust cession ol I Congress nil effort
wu miiitdo to revIse tho Immigration laws but
notwithstanding the time shout In tho Inxystl
gal Imm of t Lie SO lhllmo connclol with 1i Its
JI laid Congress adjourned wltlnultnklnginy
slops In the matter Thu rucuNtions of ltfi >
atelI tUluIInM
are WI In mntor and It Is Cellmed that they
mo being faithfully carried out by tho In
spectors IIO Inspector Toby was here from I > ow
York today and ho Inlormbd me that thu
regulations nru living strictly adhered to at
the port of Now York
tbJort Immigration question continued Sec
retary Foster is onu that demands a great
deal of attention J Is almost Impossible to
avoId making mlstnkm In dealing with tho
Immigrants who comu to this country The In
oppotiirs of tAn huvo to rely upon their judg
ment and they aro monutlmes deceived just
the sumo as In any other branch of dctncttvo
busintsH Th men who engage In tie imrul
grant trade conch the now arrival as to what
unsworn thuy shall gIve to thu questions put
to them by tlm inspectors Frequently they
betray thcrnsehes unJ in conseaunnce they
arc turned buck upon tho hands of the steam
slut company which brought thorn over
Tlm ficcrttary then commented upon the ex
jtinc immigratIon laws and rotrnlntlons to
show that In niilte ot the utmost diligence on
the part of the Inspectors an undesirable clans
of immigrants is dumped down on this coun
try every year
Mr Kno T Hall ohiot ClerK 01 the Immi
gration bureau who was present to consult
the Hosretnry the subject joIned ji I the
convocation and threw some adilltloaal light
upon Hit piactical worklngBOf the immIa
lion laws lie says that thore is one way to
decrouta the annual number of Immigrants
and that Ie by increasing the head tx Now a
tax of 0 contsls hared for every Immigrant
landed at New York onu hll
Baltimore Charleston or any of the ports
whore ocean steamers touch Itwas proposed
at tho last session of Congress TO increase tho
head tax to 11 but no legislation was had on
bell subject In almost every instance tho
steamship companies pay this head tax and
then got their money back from tho
Immirants or those who pay their pas
lmlrnts Allan line of steamers Instead of
anding their immigrant passenger In Now
iorlt land them at Halifax and send them hy
railroad around by way of Canada fly that
means they escape payment of tho hend tx
nnd the luinngrantH thus landed are seldom
subjected t time scrutiny uf the Immigrant
Inspector for the reason that It Is I dlflloult to
distinguish who are Immigrants and who are
ll lnlulsh Immlrant WilD
not in I mixed crowd In I railway train In
the proposod revision of the Immigration laws
Ill IB intended to establish a head tax to apply
to immigrants coming across thi > border as
well to those arriving at tho various ports
1 Is estimated that thousands of immigrants
reach the United htntos over year across the
border Along tho Canadian border it N I esti
mated that at least 200UO British subjects
comu Into thu Initcd States t work every day
bucauEd thoy can earn higher wages und re
turn to their Cimndlan homos every night or
at least once n week It Is an easy matter for
Immigrants to mingle with those temporary
residents In the United States und comeaoross
the line without detection Dy tho adoption ot
a head tux ovory one of these Canadians who
dolly come into tho United States would bo
a or compelled to remain on the other
sido of time line
There WBB I conference at the State Depart
ment today In which hecrotaryJohn W Fos
ter Assistant Secretary tipiiuldlng of tho
Jrcnsurr Department and Private Secretary
Halford paitlclpntnd I J n view of tho alarming
statcmento in time morning papers in connec
tion with tho spread of the cholera In Europe
tol President telegraphed hero for tho latest
Intnlllgenco on the supjoct Secretary Foster
said that tho State Department hall no addi
tional Information beyond what appeared In
the morning papers Our consular agents
abroad are on the alert for any now develop
ments but they evidently had no news to
day Assistant Secretary Bpauldlng Informed I
the Secretary of Htato and Private Hocrotnry I
Halford of tho various precautions taken by
the Treasury Dupaitmunt so that Mr llulford
enabled to send to the President
was ellbiod sOld Irosl uu as 1
suring dispatch p
Throughout tho departments there Is a feeling
lug that in view of the precautions taken by
the Secretary of tho Treasury thoro Is hut
little chanco for time cholera to become opl
Hnmln In thIs < ilnrv Kttrf n < if lAnft nl
W nAn f the l Marino Hospital service j who
went t Philadelphia yesterday to arrange for
the proper disinfecting of Incoming ships re
ported the result of his labor to tho Secretary
this afternoon Dr Wyman 1ms directed his
assistants at tho various ports to be especially
vigilant In the examination of passongorit
who arrive here In foreign vessels He Is I re
lieved by the report that the disease does not
appear to be spreading as rapidly as was re
ported a few days ago The Secretary of time
Treasury feollng confident that thu matter
has been properly looked after went off for a
tow days outing expecting to return here
next Tuesday
Time Collector of Customs at Now York has
today been Instructed to refueo entry to I
licorice root from liatoum Ilussla asBatoum
Is the centre of tho Infected district of ItUBsla
Tho licorice root Is not likely t convoy time in
fection but the bagging used in covering the
bales Is a source of danger
The roprisuntntv ut the steamship lines
have Informed the Washington authorities of
tho precautions taken by them The While
Star line has ordered that no prepaid tickets
must bo Issued from Antwerp Amsterdam
Bremen Hamburg Havre llottordam Paris
or other continental points until further no
lice but agents may continue to Issue prepaid
tCR contnue Ir
tickets from British Irish Scandinavian and
FinnIsh point
The Compagnlo Oeneraln Transallantlquo
calls special attention to instances whote II I I
ais else of contagious diseases were intro
duced into the United States by vessels of the
companys line coming from Arabia Fuypt
Greece Morocco Persia Russia and time Turk 1
ish empire and directs agents not to sell pre
paid tickets I to anyone coming from these
countries until further orders
Time Secretary of titulp this nvenlng sent the
following telegram to time United btates Con
sul at Hamburg embodying tlio recommenda
tions of tile Health Onicer at New York
tonl recommend that all Immigrants undergo
a most thorough Inspection abroad with de
tention of those from Infected or suspected
districts for at least live day that they bo I
bathed and all clothing nnd baggage Le d lJO
infected hy steam that certificates signed
by tho Consul of such pitanting und dlainfm
lon he given the ships BUrgeOn for presenta
tion to the Health Officer at the port of entry
After sept 6 untIl let I inilmlilve lists 309 leer
leg mbroottyn at 5O and 1oui lIamimi VIII at S 1 M
will Ciii OD Frmdye ann iiSimmrlay siy and Trehi I Im
leavimlf lisa llarlr lit 7au OrIsnIlult at hOt 1
I wttUUn on yridare anit 4umidsjs eltly4i
I Tbe 5cr york CcDtrtla Umtt j traIn present tUl
I tbs couvtoltDCM ot lIce bsteppolntnd botelsads
T1 t
The llonrdei or Hcnlth oa the Alertatria
cekt Meaenre Adopted br the Thorongh
Clcanslna of New York Itrooklyn let
5e5 City amid ItnbokenNo Prebobllltr
Hint Cholera Will Oblaln a Foollna There
From the active measures taken by tho
Health Hoard and tho precautions taken by
Health Officer Jenkins at Quarantine It ap
peared pretty evident yesterday that the prin
cipal danger to New York from tho cholera Is l
the chanco that the aorms may bo brought
hero In the clothing of Immigrants who have
arrived at other ports nnd travelled to Now
York by rail Tho physicians hero rely a rood
deal on time fact that who a person becomes
Infected with tho disease the germs Inoubato
so rapidly that oven a voyage across tho At
lantld on ono of the fastost ocean racers would
not be morn than hall completed before the
patient would bo stricken down When there
have been no cases of cholera on board a
vessel when sho arrives here It Is I considered l
proof that no choloralnfeoted person entered
tho ship
Tho steamships Werkontam from JoUordnm
antI Germanic from Liverpool on tholr arrival
at Quarantine yesterday mornIng were pub
jictod j to nalgoroiis examination No Indica
tions of nny contagious disease woro found
nnd both ships received a clean bili of health
Within the next twontyfour hours tho
French steamer La Tournlno from Havre the
Kdain fruit llottordatu tho St Itonaus from
Liverpool the Sorrento from Hamburg the
Manitoba and America from London tho Bus
sin from Havre the Augusta Victoria from
Hamburg and time Iiciums from Gibraltar are
expected to arrive Ia Touralno was xpected
early this morning with some suspected cases
cholurn on board Should time suspicious
provo correct tho vase 1ussoncorn and en
tire ships company will detained In any
case tho vessel will be subjected to as close a
scrutiny as the Italia went through before a
clean bill of health will be given
Dr Perkins yesterday gent tho following let
ter t Soctetaiy of State Tester In Washing
ton In reply to two despatches recoiled from
Jlr Foster regarding spread of cholera in
Kurono and the quarantine arrangements
time European cities
Stenmjtair wlllbe inipect mod carefully Etcflni
ablpe hartliff suspected caiea or doth nn tAn will
be held until bacteriological exnmlnatlnn cal be made
loiinil all mill be held at teust
mi J Irciotri li al pericini w II h11
seven duj a ami Hie alck retnut o l and placed In bdnpltal
1 btgimuii ns well HI the t cuel 1 till be treated with
itetm nrJ nil parts nth scud 1 not subjected to steam
will lie I waiheil wIth n eolullm of brhlorldeot mercury
I recoinnund that alt tinuilgrantii hal undergo inoit
IhorotTjth Inspection abroad and detention of thnee
frcm Infected or eurpected dlitncta for at least no
day Ihiit they be bathed and all clotlilng and bait
gage be ilialnfected b > iteain that a certlllcate algncl
by tIme CiUMil of aueh cUaiulnj ant Ulilnfection bo
given the alilua surgeon fcr pieaentatlon to the Health
Oircerattha port or entry All rags from Infected or
suspected dlitrlcti will not rte permlta from me
The Health antboritlea of Jew York or Brooklyn will
not land rags without such permits
WUIAV T JKXMXS Health Officer Pot of Hew York
The Hoard of Health which has held special
meetings every day this week issued the fol
lowing circular all the representatives of
steamship lines in thoclty yesterday morning
No person aball eel exchange remove or In any way
maao exposure of any straw bedding or other articles
Used by Immigrants upon avy veesel brlnginir Imml I
grauia to tide port until U baa bmm aileijuately and
properly cUaneAd or dtalnf ctd and all straw bed
alnir oroiherartleleaihat have > boea exposed on any
ensUe contagion or Infection or any contagious de
ease or bare been or are llAblu tu comtnonliata inch
disease shall be destroyed by flre on said eneL
This Is an amendment of section 141 of the
Sanitary Cod makinc Its provisions morn
strlneont The members of the Health Hoard
believe that cremation Is t tho most effective
Irlmllon oleotve
way of disposing of infected clothing The
following circular was also Issued by thu
Health Hoard to tho Sanitary Superintendent
and ills subordinates
HrALTn DxriRTurYT >
801 Mnn 5CR1 Ang Vil 1802 I
The attention I of ibe January Bureau la particularly
directed to the following I mitten The Chief Kanltary
Inspector will cauoo a tborouicli Inspection b wad
amid ranltarv I defeats to be remedied ut cues as tullowsi
1 oiti wells to le cleaued I
2 Old mulls to be denned and disinfected
Infecteil 3 lid sibool sink and closets to be cleaned and ctls
al 4 i depressed disirifeiMcd gutters and gutter COy to bo cleaned
r All tenement houses ronkerlea ttbe thorough
ly in > ecteil sat nil sanitary defects Ibm reme
died den to be thoroughly cleaned and T all and cell
m 3 rl t
Inns I to be painted I amid whitewashed
U Let reined dil area and sidewalk to be cleaned
k3 r r
ed and iilslnlected und graded
7 lard hydrants and sink to be pot Into thorouzh
repair And the pat Smelts about them graded
t tiefeiilve water jilpe wane pica roof leaders
alnks Ac to be put Into thorough repair
Iln Hoofii of all buildings especially I tenements to b
cleaned and kept clean 1
10 Covers to lie I provided for water tanks on roofs
CIUHLKS U Wiuof Tresldonc
The members of tho Hoard of Health were
cnnildpnt yesterday that with thoso prorau
tons the risk of cholera flndiuca looting in
Now York wits reduced to a minimum Dr
Roberts chief of the Bureau of Contagious
nfloloOI Diseases said to a BUN reporter yesterday
Whllo I do not believe that thuro Is much
chnnco of cholera obtaining a foothold here
thoro II nothing liko makinc assurance doubly
sure Ah to thu dlscafo reaching this city by
way of boston Unlthnorn or 1liiladolphla or
by Jlonlnal Juubrc or Halifax I conxldtirlt
hardly likely TIme prnsumptlou Is that these
lkely tl8e
port aro alive to tho dancer
port Emmons lank Secretary of the Board
of Health said thu circular tu be sent to every
householder and resident In case of an out
break of cholera her was read It would
not however ho made public until Aslatlo
cholera actually mndo Its apt oainncp
t In the mean tlmu ho continued the city
IfibeiiiK kept us Moan os possible The com
Ingot cooler weather will of course lessen tho
dnnccr As to tha watch HI of railroad sta
tions I have cououht that I it becomes nooes
sarylt will be JI
Tho circular which was sent hy Acting Sec
relury of the Treasury Hpauldlna on AUB 17
to tale ollect nn ttopt 18 to Collectors of the
Customs medical officers aeents of steam
fihlp companies and 1 others Is to en Into effect
at once u All tho parties concerned 1 > wore nol
lieu oiinocnaiiKe anuiuuioii 01 me circu
lot is as follows
Theactupproted April 27 1815 entitled An act to
prevent tho introduction of infectious or contagious
diseases tn the tnttnd Ktatea provides that no vesiet 1
coming f rum any foreign port or country where any
contagious or Infectloui dlieaiei evict or any essel 1 or
vehiuie conveying persons merchandise oranluali
Old n cg i shall
aflected with any conlairlone dIces enter nnv
port at the United Mates or pass the boundary IDa
between the United Staid and any foreign country
except la such manner as may be 14eTn the
samd act
VuAhirmore section I 4 7113 ot the Itevlsed Statute
of thn United states provides as follows l
Time quarantine and other restraints established br
the health rl laws tD any state mpectlig I any vessel
arriving In or bound to any port or district l
shall be duly observed liy the nltlcers ol the customs
reveaue of the lulled mates by masters or time several 1
revenue cutters and all such omceraof the
rovnu eni
United States a shall faithfully aid In ibe execution
or such qurrantlne I and health law and a a
rm b
they ill ill be directed front lime to Mine by the becre
tary of the Trou > urr
Oinelal Information having been received of time epi
demic of cholera In I Itiuila and In Mew of the Urge
tinnilkrutlnn limIt Din United r > tatv from said country
and of the dancer that mints of tbe Introduction Of
cholera Into tb United Slits through the medium of
personal Into mid litfcgauo of tail Immigrants I Is
hereby ordered that ou nud lifter Sept JH juiis no
nIi 2 T
vessel r hevimS oil toaril lu heldtn rlniiifng ic belOng
Inn in I ruin irsnte from Kumilior lielminltm tn mini
grants from any choleralnlerted illtrlcl shall be ad
mitted emOry into the Inlteil Slates unleia accompaii
IL i m
led by a cerllniatr from a lonaul ulttcer at the nnrt
or eiiiUarknlion to the edict that emd personal en > ci
battace to have been dlslnrrciiil hi aciordance
with the methods hereinafter ie rrlUtl
Korlheilliiiilecilnnuf said articles nne or more nf
Ibo foliating inethodN will I n uied nl crude lo bo i
unpnpked and reel expoed II fnrdlfclnfi ctionj
1AIII f f
1 Mulling iii liter J nut ess than an hour
2 Kxpbsure in steam not nl less than on hour the
II team tn be ofe temperature I not less milan iuZu refit
gritde iil2 lahminelu nor greater than I Ir > rentt <
gra le i IitP Kahrenhelo HIM nnuitsed with air
t notiiiiou I r carbolln ni dl of AI wo per I out ktrrnidb i
Tub I method No 8 may be applied to leather goods
at eu as Iruna satchels loot sbies lo rubber goods
40lho urtules to be saturated wltli tbe sulullon
Lawson Bnndford Secretary of time Con
tlnontal lines numbering Comm fourteen com
panies said yesterday that all time companies
had received notification to time effect that the
provisions of tIme circular wore to en Into
affect at once
Dr Jenkins whon semi at Quarantine yes
I terday said that ho did not bolo > cholera
I could iflect a Ill hl In New York
I Ho soonIo said as II case of true chol
I era appears there I will bo the I most rlcld quar
I antine I 1 do not expect to rind any cholera on
I Iji Tournlno Hut I ar acting precisely as If
I I expected It to come here I have no doubt
I the UoMirnmcnt would order I Quarantine
0 1 1 A
across thn < border If thorn was any Indication
that Asiatic cholera could bo brought hero by
rail from the Dominion
rai Jenkins could not say what might be
don toward stopping alt Immigration until f
cliolern nfiotod ship actually arrived here
Thero Is a strona feeling amona the people
centrally that Illmmlifrntion from oholora
Infected ports should b stopped entirely for
the present This does not ruuan that there Is
any doubt In the publln mind ni to the ef
flcioncy of our quarantine and local health
officials There In reason to bollevo thnt both
of these departments etnnd exceptionally hlah
in public oftuom TJio lat seems to bo that
people doubt I any process nf disinfection
which can bo practised on shipboard oral Quar
antine can effectively destroy the seems of
cholera I such exist in the clothing or bag
gage of Immlcrantf Dr Jonklns tho hal
OflTcpr nays that thoro ate effective mrnnfl ot
disinfection and that hoy t elpelve wil i applied at
Quarantine hut the public will probably never
feel fatlslled as long as Immigrants arc allowed
lowed to land directly from cholera ports with
out actual detention at Quarantine for a con
siderable length nf time
Tho city officials are fully Mlvi to Die grav
ity oft IIP situation but are not disposed t
commit themselves to tho proposition ot stop
ping Immlcratlon
pInt f Immlrltn tle of Health think that such a
strIngent measure would hotter the city s
ohaneas of escaping time pestilence then I am
heartily In favor of rofystnic to let a single Ira
migrant from an Infoctod port step foot In our
mllrnlt That was tho sentiment expressed by
all of the ofllcinls soon by a reporter yesterday
Mayor Grant began to raako active Inquiry
Inlo tlm condition of ovory pnrt of the ijlty yes
terday with the view of posting hlmsxlf as to
howtnodlfcensoean bo host fought If I suc
ceeds In passlnc QuarantIne nr getting In
from Canada or Now Orleans hy thin back door
Ho addressed letters to tlm Commissioner of
Pnblld Works the CommIssioner
Cleaning the Comptroller time Presidents of
tho Dock Iippartmnnt the Police Depart
ment tho Fire > Ueputment the Depart
mont of Charities and Correction and
the Department hf Taxes and ASBOPS
nicole and the upcrlntendnnt of the
BuIlding liepartmont relocating thorn to
father information about the condition of tho
city from their oniployoos and report to him as
possible This makes
soon an ossllio Thil practically mlkos
over city employee a sort of donuty health In
Rpeetor Tho results which may he expected I
from this action an bo mithurod from th fol I
lowing letter nddrossod to President 11 1 I
Darker ot the Department of Taxes and At
Hessmcuts Tho other letters are of similar
Import changed only to cover the particular
duties of each department
rite epidemic of cholera now raffing In portions of
Bnripe udmimlnbes us to tnlo erry meaiiire nr pre
raution i 1 Against It here t lur li emit It Itrr
fully awake to the Importance of the matter Mid I la
taalng every measure In ItSLnoirto cuard against It
and tu make tuG rrecanttons complete tho voonera
ttonof every department is her saner ani l everv era
plnjeeiif the l illy 1 uoveruinout shoud be constituted a
sanitary In pectnr
Hjr neiilon HH of the Con < oIdntl > m net It 1 tie duty
CE > tne dctiutte under Ton commencing with the first
Mandarin Sei < teinb t r In tacli I trnrto 1 rersonalr ex >
niuliie moli mil I cery hnnar iiilkllng 1 not or pier in
this city to tIle pnrpoi of l Issselaeiit In the Ills
chiirge of this diitj teyhave eer > opportunity of ob
ervlnllie kiinltary condition
11 lentie that > ou Mill Instruct jour deputies to per
Fiinillr examine each piece nt pr pert > tn the dlstrlcta
uslgneiltntbrni I with thIs I alum mid r object In view
and note and report to TUI city marS sanitary re
quirements that lbr mar ohnerrr oD1 1 would tnanlc
you mom mate known the same tu me that speedy rem
edy may bo applied I
Your department Is one of the most Impnrlnnt of the
city lotrrrnuient Inasmncl an 1 has i lose relattona
with the location and condition nt all Hie real estate ot
the city nol thereby equipped render A this time
Titunble aid t Board m pniteulncthu public heullb
lour aclltn cooperation In I this matter Is I urged
Yours respectfully lliiil J ORAHT Muor
The Aldcrmon will consider the situation at
their meeting on Tuesday Alderman flyim
aid yostcrdny that ho Intended to draft a res
olution t pnBPnt before the Hoard calling for
the most pHocttvu action posslblo from every
I ont kIOIltlu6t hnt IO will putln time
resolution he said yostordriy but I nm my
self In favor ot stopping Immigration from nil
cholera ports I dOlt liollevo our Hoard could
do that por wo might call on tho Board of
Health to do what It could in that direction
The Hoard of Health of course would act In
accordance with our wishes Vi shall take
some stop to strengthen tho hands of the du
Mr Mare the Superintendent of Foreign I
I Malls In tho lost Dfllce salt yesterday that
I no mall from Hamburg or other cholera ports
S An V P11 I t S
41UU UUI711 Ulplutluit11 au till J 1113 WU1 Ik IJ > UUl
done at the Post Office btitat Quarantine Not
a single letter hns yet shown the marks I
such treatment HnoruiousqunntltleB of mall
ooua fruui Hamburtftothls port but nonu his
yet conic in which left Hamburg after Auc
18 the date when cholera was admitted to
exist In that city The next mall from Ham
burg I duo today
lul Mnzi said that all mall from the lands
stricken with cholera except that which cubes
from Hamlmrc and Havre direct passes
thrtnich time London omco boforo Martini over
tho Atlantic und that It wits usually disin
fected thorn If I disinfection was nncebsary
Cholera can come In letters of course he
said but In thirty years in this department
1 never kmnew of u case of dlsonsj which was
trncoabi to mal matter
The Jersey City nnd Hoboken health au
thorities wlillc not particularly worried about
the advance of thu cholera westward are tak
log such precautions as they docrn necessary
to proont the disease from being brought
horn They pIne great dependence on the
New York health officers and have very little
fear that any case will cot beyond Utiarnntlno
without dPtoptlon Health Iiiftiector Ilenia
mln and tIme Jersey City Health Board have is
sued orders to havo time unclean parts of the
city cleaned Superintendent Smith of the
Police Department will give the Health Uonrit
orders all tho police aid necessary to enforce its
A close watch wilt bo kept upon tho steam
ers which dock In Jersey City In ardor to euard
agaInst any possible failure of the health am
cur at Quarantine to detect cases of the dls
asp health Inspector Benjamin has pub
licly requested the people especially in the
lower part of the city to keep themselves and
tholr promises clean Special attention will
bo paid to the occunants of tho Italian vl
tor In Railroad avenue Ilruiiswlck and First
streets Tho Street nnd V motor Commissioners
are navlnu time sowers cleaned as rapidly as
the work can bo done Henry Byrne the
street cloanlnc contractor Is making extra
efforts to get thin streets cleaned Streets that
have not boon swept for months especially in
tho tenement houso district
lslrlct are receiving
special attention
Tho Hpbokon Health Hoard Is particularly
anxious because of tho fact that tho steamers
from Hamburc llr raon and other Gorman
ports dock then 1almerCampbcll time Presi
dent of the Hoard had I consultation with Dr
Cyrus Edsou and ion Lmmons Clarke of Now
York nnd wairloadod with valuable Informa
tion whon his Uourd met on Thursday nluht
The Board unanimously adopted thIn sugges
tions ho made sugles
J was decldml to notify tho West Hohokcn
officials that the practice of emptying sewage
Into the watercourse which runs throuch thu
Hohokcn meadows between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets must be stopped Workmen
In tho factories thereabout have complained
of tho stench arIsing from the watoreour
Contractor Yatchy time dead animal man was
summoned to before the hoard and
Jnn appear rf r ox
vtlnln wtiv Im l lnn tint rninnv l l iKilmnla
from the streets moro ilun u admitted
that he had been Ilurelot but promised bet
ter service In tho future
The Clerk of Limo Hoard was directed to notify
all tho stuamxlilp companies to file tholr
health certificates hoforelnndlng any passen
gers or freight fll police authorities woro
requested to Iro ell the bringing nshoro of
any bedding Irom vessel on which thero had
been cases of conlaclous disease oven If such
vessels had cloan bills of health from Quaran
tine Orders woro issued forbidding tho land
ing of rags from vessels arriving from ports
where there Is cholera SpecIal permits will
be required to enable conslgacen of rags to re
move the bales from tho steamship docks
Afraid or the EfTVct ot n Cholera Scare on
the Fair
CmrAcio Aug 211Prof i J B Hamilton ex
Burgeotiflenernl of time Marino Hospital Ser
vice and nt present in time Marino Hospital
Service hurt In talking of limo cholera scam
today said that while there Is danger there
Is absolutely no occasion for alarm Unnec
essary nnd repealed warnings ho hays are
liable totiroducu n I anloand result Injuriously
tn the Worlds Columbian < Kxposltlon Tho
national and local authorities lie says luuo
hotter sanltury arrangements than over be
fore tin laws mire moru practical and sanltaiy
science has moro resources than formerly
Accoidlnc to him thorn Is no ouch of fear that
cholera tvhil spread won I it duea secure a
landing on our thoros
Ilelrall Atlopllne reulon
DrTJioiT Mich Aug 23At I special meet
ing hold jesterdny to devlso means for keep
inc cholera out of Detroit Hoalth Officer Put
flold presented to tho Hoard of Health n plan
for establishing iiimrantlne stations at the
railroad depots for time care of Immigrant
from Infected ships The plan Is to have onO
set asldo by the railroad
or morn cars 1610 rnlront compa
nies at each depot for the use of the Hoard of
Health In these ears the ImtnlurantH will bo
kept until all dancer is past Jn case any of
thllmlilmnil are sick they will bu treated
in cars temporarily converted into hospital
LOST WITH an wire AND xiro
nil WIn Was the Daa htar r Ihi Int
Fletcher Harper lbs tV llUBOWB Pub
humor er This CltrMIs s I D Pond ad
Mill F IT Dnrtlm Wee Also Drowned
SAOINAW Aug 20The new steam yacht
Wapiti owned b Blbley t Derringer lumber
men of this city was lost yesterday In a storm
on Georgian Day Eight lives were lost but
the full particulars of tho disaster have not
yet been received
Hiram W Bibler senior member of te
rm who lives In Now York State started for
a cruise In the yacht week RaD The boat
went from here to Macklnao Island and then
headed for Georgian Day ports
On the illfated yacht were Mr and Mrs
Blbley their three children two young ladles
from Rochester whoso names could not bo
learned the Captain an engineer ant a cook
Information In regard t the loss of the be
comes from Colllngwood Ont in a despatch
which toys that tho yacht went down In a
storm and that of tho ton people on board
only two woro saved the cook and one other
There Is I no doubt as to the authenticity of
the report nnd the lack of details I doubtless
duo to hue fact that tho cook probably did not
know the names of thoso on board
George Sherman tho cook employed on the
yacht telegraphs from Colllngwood Ont thla
evening that tho yacht was wrecked and that
but two of those on board wore saved Among
those lost are I W Btbloy his wife son
daughter and two lading Miss M D Pond and
Miss F W Durbln of Rochester Engineer
Walter A Slbloy of Saginaw Capt James Ell
drldgo Jerome OHara deck hand fireman
namo unknown nil of SagInaw and George
Sherman cook of Mackinaw
ROCHESTKH Aug 2t1Tho best Information
obtainable at this hour leads t tho belief that
tho party on the Illfated boat was made up as
follows Hiram W filbley Rochester Mrs
Hiram W Slbloy their two children Ruth
aged 10 and Harper aged 12 Miss Frances
Durbin of Now York a couslu of Mrs SIbley
Miss Mary Hal Rochester tho family nurse
and Miss Marie Pond ot Rochester
Mr Blbley left Rochester about three weeks
ago and a few days later he was joined by the
other members of tho party at Chicago The
particulars of tho cruise are not known herr
but the excursionists wero heard of aftorwarcL
at Mackinaw On Thursday a despatch wa
received in this city from Colllnwood Ont
stating that all were well and that tho Itoch 1
esterlans might be expected home Saturday
Mis Marie Pond one of the passengers I
drowned was I daughter of CoL N 1 Pond
Secretary and a largo stockholder in the Dem
Rochester ocrat and Chronich Publishing Company of
Tho son was a cautious reserved middle
need man who handled the large estate care
fully Ho married Miss Margaret Harper of
Now York a daughter of the late Fletcher
Harper of Ihu famous publishing house
Hiram Slbley died heaving a fortune esti
mated at 10000000 Tho greater portion of
this Hiram Watson Sibley inherited
Irs Blbley was A charitablydisposed wo I
man and especially interested in the Homeo
pathic Hospital of this city Mr and Mrs
Slblo formerly lived in New York city but
after Hiram Slbleys death they removed to
Rochester where time son erected a magnifi
cent residence on East avenue
Hiram ttiblcy tho father of the drowned
man was largely Instrumental in founding
tine Western Union Telegraph Company
Tine yacht was built in Cleveland a year ago
and was named the Straight Away but her
name was changed when she was bought by
Slbley > t Derringer She U ono of the finest
pleasure craft on the lakes and cost 140000
Collision on the Lone Ilraneh XMIrond
KUADETH Aug 20A heavily loaded peach
train on the Long Branch Railroad bound for
Now York collided early this morning In the
darkness and fog with a drill engine below
Ellrabothport The drill engine was com
pletely wrecked and thrown over on the west
bound track
Sam Bowen her engineer and his crew es
caped by jumping Engineer Fred D Dcgroff
of tho peach train was thrown to the floor of
hK cab by the shock Ho sustained a bad
scalp wound and sever bruises and was
taken to Dr Macks residence ElUabethport
where after his injuries were dressed ho was
tent to his home in Jersey City His Qroman
escaped hy jumping
Tho front part of the locomotive was badly
damaged and it was derailed along with sav
oral curs Wrecking crews were sent to tho
scene from time Contra Railroad shops here
hut It was borne hours before tho tracks were
A rowboat Hulk Md the Zsiler
Time towboat Cornelia lying at the foot of
Baltic street Brooklyn sprung a leak at 130
AM this morning and sank Engineer Wil
liam P Fields who with throe others was
bleeping on board was drowned The fire
man John Donovan and two dock hands es
Ponder Magazine i HtracK by Llahlelsr
GAINEKVIJIE Tex Aug 21 Throo powder
mnsiilnoH belonging respectively to the Du
pont Hand k Nally and Hazard Powder Com
panies blow up hero yesterday afternoon
Thoro wore about six hundred kegs of powder
in time magazines Lightning struck one of
time magazines and tine shock of the ensuing
explosion caused the destruction ol the other
two The shook broke windows and In somo
Instances ruined houses a mile distant Cattle
grazing near the magazines were killed nnd
hall a dozen persons were Injured The total
loss will amount to 15000
The Tamm asses a Pliable Thigh
The Captain of the steamship Edam which
arrived last night reports speaking the bark
Forest on Aug 23 In latitude 44 ° 25 longi
tude 559 51 flying signals of distress Tho
Edam lowered a boat and boarded her mini
found she had lost her foremast and bowsprit
and wished to be towed to Halifax The I HP
thin of the Edam offered to tow her to Now
York She declined and made for Halifax
with what sail she could command
Jumped Out or a IVIadovr
Mrs Addle Casey a young woman whose
mind has boon affected by sickness at 145
yesterday morning threw herself out of the
thirdstory window of her home 430 West
Thirtieth Street She fell upon tho sidewalk
Her right ankle was fractured and she was
suffering from Internal injuries She waa
taken to liollovuo Hospital There is doubt of
her recovery
1lre broke out on he fourth floor of the five
etory brick building at the corner of Ferry
and CUR streets at 10 this morning The
building Is occupied by Charles II Hchloror
Co manufacturers of leather belting and lace
leather The two upper stories wore dam
0OOO Prig eSlpeililou
Can you estimate the plurality of the popular
vote which either Cleveland or Harrison will
obtain nt the com I in Presidential election I
The Non lurk tamtlu fttoru Inprr will give
stooo < 2000 and f 1000 respectively for the
nearest second nearest and third nearest es
timates Get a copy of No ItJB out today and
send In lour estimate on the coupon on page
S two4ur
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ilIzoJ1 bAiri ITITI IWlIIhd
He Announce Ills luttnllon In a Letter to
Mittiachnsctti Lltlxrn
BrnwomLD Mass Aug IMBonator H L
Dawcs declines to bo a cnudldnto for ro
election In a letter nililrcisod to his fellow
cltUens of the State ho says
I cannot thus lay down the commission
with which I have been so long Intrusted with
out expressing my profound gratitude to my
native State for thin opportunity to serve her
In the most honorable position In her gift and
for that uninterrupted confidence and support
which have sustained my every endeavor in
the public service I shall take with mo Into
retirement an unabated Interest and abiding
faith In tim political principle which have
contributed GO largely to tine prosperity and
good ammo of our commonwealth
Th Ttrrlbla Died of Indian Bchooluakcr
la it Drunken Frizr
Judson Schoolmaker nn agent for a brass
metal polish living at D20 West Twentyninth
street has been on a spree for the past week
It Is said that when drunk Schoolroaker loses
control ot himself and has on more than ono
occasion butally beaten his wife Ho Is tall
and fine looking Ills wife is only a llttla over
four foot tall an j Is pretty She works In a cloak
factory on Gteeno street TIne couple havo
two children
Up to Sunday last Bchoolmakor had been
unusually steady and by close application to
business had laid aside 25 out of his earnI I
ings On that nIght however ho met sumo
friends and when ho returned homo alter mid
night he was Intoxicated In tine morning ho
ii1 by
t t i
took his savings from his wile and started out
on a apron On Thursday night he was on the
verge of delirium tremens Yesterday morn
ing just as Mrs Schoolmakor was leaving for
work a neighbor told her that she had bettor
stay at home and try to keep hot husband
from drinking Mrs Uchoolmaker returned to
her apartments and proceeded to break every
whiskey bottle she could lay her hands on
She found n flask In her husbands hip pocket
and was about to throw It out of the window
when ho awoke grabbed heron took tho flask
away and drank the whiskey
The Schoolmakers live on the third floor of
the rear tenement Between the two houses
is a courtyard paved with flagstones The
windows of the first floor of time rear house are
only two feetfromthe ground family named
mattery live there and Mr and Mrs HIattery
their two children and a neighbor were sitting
In the open windows at about 11 oclock when
they heard a scream Before they could got
out of their chairs what looked like a bundle
struck on the atone courtyard Mr Slattery
jumped out of his window and running up to
the seeming bundle peered at It a moment
and then shouted My God Its Mrs School
maker The tenants In both houses ran out
and crowded around the woman Her head
was out open ana blood flowed
Homebody ran out ot tine house with a chair
and Mrs Hohoolmakor was picked up tenderly
and placed in it Water was sprinkled over
her face and sine partially regained conscious
ness During all this time Mr Schoolmakor
did not put in an appearance and the neigh
bors were beginning tn ask each other what
had become ot him when Policeman Michael
Connors of the West Thirtyseventh street
station came in time yard from time street and
begun to question the woman
Did you fall out of the window I asked tho
No no responded the woman faintly
my husband did it He was drunk and threw
me out
She was taken to Roosevelt Hospital where
it was found she was injured Internally and
had only a slight chanco of recovery
After Rending the woman away tine police
man entered tho house to look for her hus
band Ho found tile man pacing up and down
the hall on tine third Iloor He was still drunk
i and showed fight when thu policeman at
tempted to arrest him Ho wan subdued
however and taken to time station house
Then he was brought to the hospital and his
wife said ho was tho man who thiew her out
of the window Later ho was arraigned In the
Jefferson Market Court where Justice hymn
committed him without ball to await the result
of Mrs Uchoolmakors Injuries
Ho was Mill drunk when a HUN reporter
called on him In time prison Ho denied that
ho had thrown his wlfo out of the window He
didnt even lay Ills hand on her he said and
never knew she wax near the window until he
heard her scream and saw her fall out
Tlit Wenther
The norm rcntre jreiUnUy win just east of time mid
dle Atlantic coast causIng a high northe iterly wind
01It time coast from Maine to Xevr Jersey and south
wt itrrlr over the south Atlantic coast
hicaty rain fell In alt the New England and middle
Atlantic Stain
There U A second storm forming In the Golf State
which cauitd heavy reins In Arkansas Lonlilana
TemtfMte neorgla and the CarolIna Ibis storm has
no definite increment and li not welt denned bat
may show some force today
A third storm U central to the north of the Dakotaa
creating navy rain over North Patota and Ulnneaota
Thli itorin ItmoTlng eaitward with tome energy
Tho only clear weatlier was In the central States
from Indiana westward
There was bat little chant In temperature In any
part of tbe country It remained generally cool over
all the Northern State
In his city there was rain nearly all day Tbe total
rainfall was M of an Inch average humidity 76 net
cent wind almost constantly nortbeast with an av
erage velocity ot 10 milts an hour hIghest official
temperature flflj lowest ca >
me thermometer at Parry pharmacy In Tnr fit
building recorded tbe temperature yesterday us follow
mba ism J9I 502
sAM 71 74 ° 8aOlM TI HI
HAM IU 74 fl p I ii m 4
UAM 72 114 iblli 74 US
12 H 7G tile 13 MM W 115 °
Average 7M
Average on Aug 261801 73 > i
WAnuxcrnif ronrcjsT rna MTuanir
For Maine New llampililro ami irrnOilt fair pre
ceded by shower In New lUmpihlre and Vermont
lightly warmer north winds
For Maiiarhniettn Kliol island and Connecticut
abowrrt clearing liy haturdax night warmer north
east wInds
fur tatttrn ftrv Itwt tftoiftrt rfrtirfflj tv aunty Htgtitf
varmtr nor A vtfnib
For eattern Pennirlvanla Sew Jtnt and Delaware
thoueri clearing by Satunla nlglili warmer north
last wfndi
lot weitern New Vork fair preceded by showers
warmer north wlnJi heco > i uu variable
The atorni rtntrnl miThuruUy night over New York
ban moved aoutbire > > rly u er the Atlantic coast with
brisk and hIgh nmlueaiterly wlnda along lime New
England roAst and li central tonight on the North
Carolina coast The storm In the baFltatruenan valley
baa moved slowly vaitward and la cent rat toulght over
Manitoba A marUd Increase of barmiietrlc prrieure
baa occurred over Nw Knirland sail time anadlan mar
ItlmeproUncea and tbe preoure u blgbeat over tbe
Quit of M lawrence lice presser hm risen and li
high on lime northern Iaclflo coait Tlie leniperalur
his fallen In the middle and south Atlantic States and
In the SaiVatchc an valley It mae rIsmn In the middle
and upper Vtlnourl valleyt elsewhere theutempert
lure cli ng khoie been alight Pain baa fallen In Now
llniland the mldole and south Atlanllo and llulf Suites
showers hare occuned In tbe middle Mluourl valley
Generally fair rightly warmer weather U Indicated
for time central t alls and the upper lake reglonn In
the middle Atliollo and New Bngland Slatei the
weather will be illUtlj warmer sail cUarlag
I a r j
She Left Ilile mind Her Father Tecetker
flows HUIr nrieen Mlnnt B efbrs
Lush Screnmed far Slog lo Cossm Bow
IlrUxet Had Uten Vaie htm a tTleielerm
Bowsi Htulra Outside mind IsKUe lbs
Home All tha Morntnej All Doer IrfMk
Inalitc Kxcept the One at the 014 Near u
Which Nha AVmA Day of InperiUI
TeitlmoBi Dr Dolasi TeltlslM that He
Beheaded Mr amd Mr llorfleasi Bostl B
The Blooidsilaed Hale Fotiael la the
Cellar Neil to Be Vm In he Cstia Jaha
V Moraei Te tls > eay as to HisAetaasd
Whinnbanti osi the Dsiy etCh MareKrex
FALL Itnxn AUK 20 The examination ot
Or Uolan In time hearing of Lizzie Borden was
concluded today Several witnesses were x
nmlned to show Mr Bordens whereabouts be
fore his return to his house on the morning of
the murderand then John B Morso was placed
nn the stand Ho told ot his visits to the torn
lly his relations with Mr Bordoni and his owm
whercnboutR on the morning ot the murder
Ho wan followed by Bridget Sullivan who de >
scribed so far as possible the actions and the
whereabouts ot herself Llrzlo Borden and
Mr and Mrs Harden on the day of the murder
Tine direct examination of Bridget wa not
concluded and she will rosumo tho stand to
Judge Hlalsdell opened court promptly at
055 oclock Emma and Lizzie Borden en
tered the court room by a side door The Bey
K J Buck was with them Emma Borden t
hurried to a seat behind Lawyer Jennings J
Llzzlo Borden walked slowly across the room
looked about and then sat down near Lawyer
Adams She recognized Mrs Brigham and
Mrs Holmes who sat near her and leaning
over silo asked them If It was raining outside °
When they eald It was slot asked them If they
had gotten wet Then sine turned away and
again hid behind the fan that shielded herfaoe
Mr Adams resumed his crossexamination
of Dr Dolan Ho asked first about the handle
of the axe found In the collar Dr Dolan said
It was eighteen Inches lone
How were the blown struck on Mrs Bor
den 7 asked Lawyer Adams
The blows on Mrs Borden wore given
while she was lying on the floor In the posi
tion In which she was found Tho assailant
stood over her
Would the assailant have had to stoop
over her to strike her
Yes and from the length ot the handle ot a
the hatchet tho assailant must have stood
over tho hips of the murdered woman astride
of the body with ono foot In the space be
tween the body and tine bureau and the other
foot between the bed and the body
How did tho spot ot blood near the window i
get there asked Mr Adams
I think they camo from Mrs Borden as she cL
stood by the windowthat Is I that she might
have been struck ono blow there and stag
Bored across the room to fall between the bed
and the burcaiuwbero the assailant completed
the job
Wouldnt the lower part of the body of the
murderer have been spattered with blood I
Probably but not necessarily sold Dr
Dolan 3
Would there not have been blood on the
upper part of the body ot the murderer tool
Possibly but not probably was the an
Did you give anyone permission to wash
the blood stains from the parlor door asked
Mr Adams
No sir said Dr Dolan While I am no I °
absolutely certain that any member of the 4
Borden family washed them off yet I think
thoy did It was done I think on the day
after tho murder and without my consent
Turning once moro to the axes found In th
cellar Mr Adams spent some time In trying
to confuse the witness as to whether the
axes were damp or dry and exactly how dry
they were He asked if they wore bone dry
Leaving the axes Mr Adams asked what was
found on tile body ot Mr Borden Dr Dolan
testified that a bunch of keys some money s > C
note book and one big key were given to him
by the undertaker who said he had taken
them from Mr Bordons clothing
Dr Dolan next reviewed the Oak Grove Cem
etery autopsy held on Aug 11 Ho told ot the
additional wound discovered in Mrs Bordens
Then one week later ho said the bodies i
were Interred Thnt Is parts of them were
On the 4ay of the autopsy I cut off the heads
of Mr and Mrs BOrden scraped the skull
and had them photographed
You what roared Mr Adams Ton
burled those bodies headless and have those
broken skulls now
I havo sir said Dr Dolan Emma Borden
began to cry For time first tIme Lizzie Borden
showed evidences of fooling The muscles ot
her face twitched and her lips trembled
Did any of tho family know of this 1 asked
Mr Adams
They did not sir and probably this Is the A
first they hove heard ot It
When were Urn skulls photographed
On Monday or Tuesday of this week said
Dr Dolan The witness then produced photo a
graphs of tile bodies of Mr and Mrs Borden
as they lay tho ono iu the sitting room the
other In tine spare bedroom when discovered
after tho murdor Next Dr Dolan told of the
mrummmim s scarcii lor a win wets oy nimseif
lawyer Jennings and District Attorney
Knowlton In the safe of Mr Borden
Tho District Attorney Interrupted the wit
ness to stats that ho had had two facts to
offer which if accepted by the defence would
enublo the prosecution to dispense With sev
eral witnesses The first was that Mr Borden
was a man of means at the time ot his death
and tho second was that he died without
will or was Intestate The defines acreet
that these two facts should stand as It alwadf
Was there a pall discovered la the cellar of
the Borden house asked Lawyer Adams
after the District Attorney finished
Thore was said Dr Dolun ct
Woro timer any clothes In the pallf
t es eir
IVns there blood on these clothes °
Was It human blood I
os sir hut It was not blood of either Mr
or Mrs Borden slId the finding of the bloody
rags will not be used In this case1 Dr Dolan
then described how the plothlng taken from it
the bodies of Mr and Mrs Borden was first
burled back of the house then was taken UP
examined and buried again Ina box and
then was again taken up and sent to Marshal
Hllllnrd In a box The axes found In the
cellar said time witness wore not fitted to tho
wounds In the heads of the murdered couple
He swore positively that Mr Bordon died
before 1116 oclock and at least from an haur
to an hour and a half before Mr Jiorulen was
k Hod Ho said the coagulated condition of the
blood proved that ashio from time dllloronou ot
temperature In the two bodies Thioughout
tholr testimony the defendant leaned forward
and listened Intently Dr Dolan repeated that
the firmness anti color of the condiulatlon of
the blood of Mrs Borden showed that Itwas
out of living tissue nnd cxpoiml to the air
from one and a half lo two hours Dr Dolan
was directed to produce In court as soon as
possible time various articles given him by the
undertaker who took thorn from Mr Borden s
The prosecution then switched Into an un
expected line of evidence They summoned
omnlftlsof several financial Institutions with
wblooMr I3ordsn was connected and several
other witnesses to prove the vbor bvuta ci
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