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VOL VIII NO NO251 231 PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER OU1 OBER 5 1905 PRICE J > > 5 CENTS 1
INSURANCE I NSU RAN CEI INVESTIGATION CINVESTIGATIONUNEARTH INVESTIGATIONUNEARTHS NVE8TI G A TION TIONUNEARTHS
UNEARTHS MORE RASCALITY
CHECKS PAlO BY BYHAMilTON BYHAMILTON
HAMilTON HAMilTONAHE
AHE ARELOST ARELOSTs LOST i iOfficefs I
Officers s drew l Vast Sumsof SumsofMoney Sums SumsofM of ofal
al des eS Money M ley eY at Less LessThai LessTiatMafKet
Thai TiatMafKet T Market i a aTARTLU4G rket Bale RateSTAItTUHG BaleSTARTLMW
I IE
STARTLMW REVELATIONS MADE MADEREOAJltHUe MADEREOAUDSN
+ REOAJltHUe E 0E OF OOWPANY OOMP OOMPMQiHIEY OOwMPANYMONEY S SMONEY
MONEY AN AND 4IN8UlAl d911de laULAR 03tAR DSAP DSAPt DSAPPEAJWWetfE DMShPPEAP
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PEAJWWetfE PEAP M O E ttF F CANOELLDDCH CANCELLED CANCELLEDCHECK CAINOElLLEJDCHIIECKS
CH CHECK CK WHfQft IHrfAB H N3 SEEN BIElBNPAII BIElBNPAIIOUT PAID PAIDOUT PAVDOUT
OUT IN 4 Y lUOBaWWT I 11D s i OF 1NSWR 1NSWRANOE I UR SttRANCaE URHQE
ANOE POOL POOLNew 1JIOOILI IPOtlftRy
Ry I AsssetSIad Press PreHNew PressNew
New York Oct 4 Somewhat S wIu of a aeematfcm aflEn aeenadon
eematfcm flEn adcJll wag caused In the late hours hoursof
of today ttwsioa e = of the tagialatiTe legWativecommittee tagialatiTecommittee I Icon1wtttee
committee teaticattag tIA the nwthod nwthodof
of f lit Ute tnsarentse IDn C oomparjes arietl whet N NF NI NIF I IF
F Towaer et Albany eras called to tothe tothe I Ibe
the be stand and disclaim dtllC dtaeIs n i any knowl bowlge knowladze knowldee
adze dee ge of the whereabouts of 0 the cancelled can canceiled eaalied
celled < ceiled lied checks of Judge J Andrew Hamil Hamilton ¬
ton of Albany Mr Toner To aflr tftine4 testttledthat t fltleMIba tftine4xha
that the check checks has disappeared from fromtin fromthe fromthe
the drawer m Mr Hamilton HamiltonTbat desk 4eakThat deskThat
That Joha K Hesjenmn H n presldeadt presldeadtof preeie > t tof tvf
of the Meiropotttan > Life ltiaaee UsawvmeeCostpSay lnewra ltiaaee1Q ce ceCompany
Company 1Q borrowed borlOWedt SOWJt Oions Oionsthe term termh
t the h < New York LIfe at 14 1 per eea eat m mcerett i iterest
cerett rate and below the tII market marketnmcltf rate ratewa t tt
wa nmcltf eat t in L the t tmmnmee tmmnmeemnm fps fpsssttltla4M j
wtLIIf mnm V met MHk Ilk IlkA Mat tmNar eya JemV JemVA
A MeCall of th die Hew York y LIfe t tfled tec tecttied
ttied < fled ed that tit be in t tarn had borrowed 1torrowe4tj04tOto borrowedsr00oe0
tj04tOto 70 0 0 from the Metropolitan Metropolitantbe E EI
I tbe b he same rate This w was s in Janua January January19t3
1903 1 < M3 The bean was renewed reftw to toand l 1N4 1N4and t I Imd
and ran till March arda 1 Itt5 19t < 5 when whenrate the I Irate jtale
rate of interest hlt etIt was increased to 2 2cent per pPt1tnt percent
cent at which rate e it is still running runningMr renninMr 1
Mr Maul testified te tin d thai he was wa wairector a1 a1director t tdirector
director in the Metropolitan Life but botnot boil boilsot I Inot
not a stockholder J
HAMILTON GOT BT OVER OVERONETHIRD OVEROHiKIND I IONEe
ONETHIRD ONEe TIilftD OF MONEY MONEYN MlCtNEYTOTk MO1hEYNew
N New w York Oct 4Joan Jonn A McCal McCalprenleeat llcea1prelll1 McCa1preslddtt I
prenleeat prelll1 of the t New N York Ufc Ufca WIt WItwltDe8F was wasa
a witneae before the legislative legislativetilting e slatlft havee haveeti iavea iaveatib7ttlag
tilting ti t1DC committee today MrCtt lteCalaMesctlbed MrCttMcribed 1 1crIbed
Mcribed crIbed in detail the system system1tD used ta tannaMng ininapt
insurance d dpate de departments dopart ¬
inapt 1tD < < reports to stale
partments part meats and eatp exemlnel s1ae a the tDOrtal tDOrtalltv ortal ortalItv taJ taJ1t
ltv 1t tables treed n ed by tt the New Ne Y Yek rk Utf UtfDuring UtThaI1ac tAf tAfDaring
During the enmtaatimi be bertha declareihhat declared declaredrthat
rthat three quarters quart of the bills on ir irar IrUDce irFurance
UDce ar nce lefdslatioB 51t1oa totroduced Ia TV TVsrionn y ylTioUtI vashone
shone date legislatures were ere black bmckmtUlng blackmailing ek ekmaUiaC
mailing bills DillsMeraI1 billsMeCall b1116eCal1
MeCall s di said iA the hMnrance comps rom compsfee
1 18 smirin aa > a + plUIl wag earned MIDtd by b a les les1aUty nw nwtallty tttotafty
tallty than that which dl at assume assumeprobable as assumesrobabk t tprobaba
probable and an andn also by securing bettrrj bettrrjinttrent Jtet btttr btttrvestments + r I ItDhTefIt
inttrent on the vestments b brouoted than th th t1kt t1ktounted t tcounted
counted upon in the actuaries tables tablesHe tabl tablHE tabtefRe
He testified that his company hl hlpaid itA tatpaid 1 1paid
paid far legal eervir r < s from J J1ftf J1ftfU r rISfXk
ISfXk U 1 9 to t the ftrat of September of ofyear this tltlear
5 year ear 1800of0 Of his M77f 411 411eo 477W 477Wern
90 was M aid id to Ardrew Hamntoa HamntoaCRITIC UuSRIT II IItet IItetRITW
CRITIC STEAMED ftO ROODAM ROODAMAIBAMOOMIEO OAM OAMAiMNDOHIEO AM AMAldkDON
AIBAMOOMIEO EO OFF 0t = IF UidERAIunndtts LIBERIA LIBERIALnndon UaEmAIAD
Lnndon IAD oa Oct 4 4Lloyds Uorde ucndalaaq ucndalaaqa have recerv reehrd recervt
t rd d a telegram from the captain of the theBritish tirenrIt1 the1btisb
nrIt1 British steamer Boddam 8 d m which lclt enaj enajd p pat >
d fcmUr damaged from St Pierre PierreQrisnd Pleneb
Qrisnd b < and d Martmique Martta at the time tIaeWM OL OLfierre 6tPierre
Pierre was destroyed destro ed by the tJaeoatbrMlr tJaeoatbrMlrIleal aatbrzet aatbrzete outbra outbraof
e of Mount Fake In sty y IttZ 111Itlaat an anixranoeti at1ounoed
ixranoeti that the vessel if whore nnd nndabandoned aaelabaDd aadabandetaed
abandoned abaDd aed in the Yenisei TeaI et rI rISlMna river east eastSiberia oastSiberia
Siberia SiberiaThe SlMnane SiberiaThe
The ftoddan was at anchor off e SL SLPierre StPierN SaPierre
Pierre with eighteen i other vessels vesselsmhen v vh veaeteiewhea
mhen h the t outbreak of Mount Peleoti Peleotietrret Pel3 Pe1Ietrt4 oc ocei
etrret ei < rred trt4 She was almost overwhelmed overwhelmedl
+ by l v burning bndu lava and ad 17 1 of her crew crewwrte crewxrcre
wrte 111 killed but Captain Freeman Fn > emaa her hercommauder Iter0mma hercommaader
commauder 0mma at that time although hor horrbl IIocrtbh horrib1v
rbl burned managed m to keep on the thebridge dierl theb1dae
bridge rl f of the steamer and with the theataance tileI there4staace
ataance I IlftCf of the third engineer r and a afrvinma af af
f frvinma nt roman who bo were in tared tntured1n injured aucceeatod aucceeatod1n
1n taking tilt Roddam to to 6t Lucia in a attadh abadly
badly 1 dly damaged condition bringing c the tbtt thefirst Qa QaI
first news ef he great d disaster + to that thatpi thatplace
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1 pi pla platBASEBALL place ace
BASEBALL BASEBALLtotter aceBASEBALL
totter hiMIrs totterWaahuagToc
i s ply AIIIILlPNH AIIIILlPNHl1 Aaseaiatadt hrtaas hrtaas1tdriurn
1tdriurn l1 Lags LagsWashringtc 1I 1IWtllCtOl1
WaahuagToc at I Ipbi diisaN misji 4 4Pbllsdslobia
Pbllsdslobia pbi 4 8t t Loaia eta LHostel L LBotea
Hostel 9 I Cleveland C1e e1and 1 1National 1National 1National
National NationalPittawxirg L LP1ttIIIJur Leysdt LeysdtPittNsurb
Pittawxirg u Bostonf Boston
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THE ramSlayer TEXAS MOB MOBCONTINUE MOBCONTINUE
CONTINUE THE THECHASE THECHASE
CHASE CHASESlayer
Slayer of the Conditt Family Has HasNot HasNot as asHot
Not Yet Been Located and andMany andMany andManThin
ManThin Many Y Think He e Has as Escaped EscapedBy
By B Mee Aseedatod latod Press PressXdaa PressJdM Pressl
Xdaa l sa Tel Oct 4 4Raen Rangers have haveow hATfaow banetar
tar ow taken the Held In aa Cert to tocatch toeMdt toe
catch e Moak QtbuDB 00 the stayer of tit ThOotdkt tftCoAdfct titOoIMIktflUlal7
OoIMIktflUlal7 CoAdfct family Many pcrsows bare harogorse barein ltaTecoe
gorse in abandoning ac the theWIlDe aeon aeonWhite aetdeit aetdeitWhile
White there then Is little U likelihood of ofattack ataaaeIt dsay
say attack upon a the soldiers some somepeople somepeople OIIteP801I1e
people here ere are defag c cenaMersble coarniderablet cenaMersbletalkinc
t talkinc 1 about me soldiers e and are ap apparently appvatly appartly ¬
partly trying to cause friction frictionA
A request aest wa was made today thai thaiSheriff thaLKg thatf3iteri
Sheriff Egg permit certan citiaeas andaewspaper and andnewspaper andpaper
newspaper paper men to make a search of ofthe octhe ofthe
the jail to Me if the ne negro warn there thereThe thereTIle thereThe
The sheriff erUr answered erecI that thl this eounDot coud coudnot eou eouIIOt
not be permitted and tnat the nego negoWM DerBOt neg negwas
WM not there Some believe the ne negro U6CIO nano ¬
CIO has make good his escape escapeDOCTOR c escapeDOCTOR cape capeDOCTOR
DOCTOR COMING COMINGTO I ITO
TO PENSACOLA PENSACOLAASSISTANT
ASSISTANT AS IiSTlANT TANT TO rODRGUITERAS DR GUITERAS IS ISNOW ISNOWJN ISNtWIN
NOW NOWJN IN TAMPA ON H1S Hl SWAY SWAYEo WAY WiAYTampa WAYTampa
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Tampa Taa Oct 4 4Dr Dr r N J I Posse deLeo de deLeon deLeoa
Leon who do fa Dr Ooltenss asaistaiu asaistaiuas as Ml t tas i
as medical oBcer cItol of Onba 011 is here e to toinvestigate toIa toIaveadgate
investigate Ia the Eever situation in inFlorida Iltj IltjJlortcl inFlorida i
Florida He will remain HJ here a few fewdays fewdays j I
days and then th the proceed proc u 0 > Pensaooa Pensaooain P8D ooa i i1A
in all probability probb t1 He expresses the thegreatest tleCfMteat thegreatest
greatest conldeMe eoua In the energete energeteefforts e saergetseefotts rgete rgeteftrorts
efforts of the health MithoriUft of tbet the j
State to prerwtt pre yellow ferer tev from fromspreading frOMdlq fromspreading
I spreading dlq in the State ud nd is like likeother mr mrother likeother
other prominent physicians lbya1d a dpi 1 believer be believer ¬
liever in the theory tbeor that the fever canoaly can canonly caaI
only oa1 be transmitted by the stegomyia
I
SECOND PEACE PEACECONFERENCE PEACECONfERENCE
CONFERENCE CONFERENCETHE
6 6THE
THE HAGUE OFFICIAL OtfFIoCIALCIRCLES OtfFIoCIALCIRCLESDO CIRCLES CIRCLESDO
DO NOT TH THINK THINKIT I YK IT CAN BE BEHELD BEHELD B E EHELD
HELD BBPORE 1907 1907By 1OOlBy 190By
By Associated Press PressThe PressTtae PressThe
The Hague 1IqueOet Oct 4 O OmctaJ ada1bt dal circles deanseteprerns circlesoKpnac
oKpnac doubt bt as to whether wJaetberta attaage attaagettett arraa e emeats
meats ta caR be eompletod earl eartj artrfor eno t cii ciifor h hfor
for the second peace p ce conference to tobe tobe tobe
be held in 1W 1 and an do not ot expect itto it itto Itto
to assemble ble before 1907 1907FINED 107fiNED 1DO7CITY
FINED UNDER NEW NEWCITY NEWCITY
CITY ORDINANCE ORDINANCEOWNERS
1
OWNERS OF PROPERTY PJtOPERTYCANNOT PJtOPERTYCANNOTALLw CANNOT CANNOTALLOW CANNOTALLOW
ALLOW STAGNANT WATER WATERTO
TO REMiA REMIAtN + N ON N THEIR THEIRPRBM49ES TH THEIRPRDM4 EI R RPR8MSJ
PRBM49ES PRBM49ESThe PRDM4 BSS BSSThe S STIle
The name of 1 M i Ooe OoetIa wac wacthose anta ag agthose
tIa those 8e who aprrnared ajpiaii 1111 on the eUee poloedocket HIItaedoeket eUeedocket
docket yet yesterday Ia1 momrag Thecharge TIteebarae The Thecharge
charge gimet Mr tj tape e wq wa < for fall OmVhtg fallto fIASlag
lag to comply with wf the taw whteh pre prevides Pethat peerides
vides that no DC stagnant It water small + s ia11 n be bepermitted tepenaltted t tpersdtted
permitted to remain aay anywhere where ta the thedty Utedq thedty
dty dtyThe
The case acatamt + Mr fr Cue C > > e efraIR originated originatedfrom edaa edaafrom
from the bad condition ol the vacant vacantlot
lot next aeittto to the Catkjjttc t at1 Ic Knlfhte hail haUwhere InJIwbere hailwhere
where the gr groamd d warn oroken iJIok iJIokIIIODtU several aeseralmoatba severalmonths
months ago agog co when there was some sometalk soatetalk sortstalk
talk of building a new opera hotme or orthat orthat orthat
that lot After ft was decided aot to tobuild totile tobuild
build the new opera bowse the aIMIIUT com assetpy company
pany in wbJem Mr ODe me WM a part partaer partMI partner
aer Ailed hi th tate gromd which had 1IHdq badbeen hadbeen
been dug for the nwrmne of Mjrag the thefoundation tlqoftMuadadoG thtefbandadon
foundation but there are wft n amcy amcyuneven 1IIKTpla + ay ayaaevea
uneven places pla causing the tlaewater water to toremain toreaaatn toremain
remain there thereby making the thethe thedie thethe
the owners liable under matS < < the law tawBecorder law8eeordec laweoorder
Becorder Laney imposed a AM on onMr OIMr o0ftir
Mr ODE of ILW Mil costs 00II 00IIteDCe but se setence see seetense
tense was emmeftded ed on a preMise of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Coe in behalf of tae to Per Pensaccla PensacclaAmusemeoi PeuaCClaAmut satrla satrlaAniUFement
Amusemeoi Amut t > mt > l Co to have ba the lot in toquestion inquestion I1 I1question
question filled in at once
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GAS EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONKillS EXPLOSIONKILLS
KillS 2 CITY CITYOFFICIAlS CITYOFFICIALS
OFFICIAlS OFFICIAlSPublic
Public Building in i n Cincinnati Com Completely Completely ComeletelY ¬
pletely Wrecked By Un U n usual usualAccident usualAccident usualACCien
Accident AccidentBy t tBy
By Associated Press PressCincinnati PressCh PressCindnsatt
Cincinnati Ch n att Oct 4 4A A terrific t explosba explo explotoa explosion
toa sba of gas under the floor of the cai coun county count n nIty ¬
ty t commiasionere era office at the court courthomo courtJaouH courthoti
hoti homo ie this afternoon Killed George GeorgeZeha GeoreZehnDlelman GeoigeZedtnaterman
Zeha ZehnDlelman merman chief clerk of the com commJseioaers coma comawlsaloaera
mJseioaers 1810 and Itussel Black assist assistant assistaat assistant ¬
ant clerk The explosion was oats occasioned oocasioned oatssioned ¬
sioned by escaping gas coming in con contact oontact contact ¬
tact with a lighted match in the hands handsof
of the superintendent of the county countybuilding countbaUdlnc countybeilding
building Patrick Walsh Two others otherswere otherwele otherswere
were seriously erJou ly injured the office beingcompletely being beingcompletely belngoomplet
completely ly wrecked wreckedWILL lreckedJill wreckedwCRUISER
WILL wCRUISER CARRY THE THEPRESIDENT TEI
I PRESIDENT HOME HOMECRUISER 110MEPENNSYLVANJA
CRUISER PENNSYLVANIA HAS HASBEEN HASBEEN HASBEEN
BEEN SELECTBD FOR TRIP TRIPFROM TRIPFROM TRIPFROM
FROM NEW ORLEANS TO TONORFOLK TONORFOLK TONORFOLK
NORFOLK NORFOLKBy
By Assoolated Press Presstatfvety Pressk
k 4 warmout warmouttativety rmour
1 1I
I tatfvety selected to convey oOn76j President PresidentRoosevelt Pre PresidentRoosevek ldnt ldntItCliDHVek
Roosevelt from New Orleans to Nor Norfolk Norfok Norfo
folk fo on his southern trip From Nor Nori Norfolk
f folk k the president win be conveyed conveyedto
to Washington on the tb Mayflower MayflowerTaylor
i Taylor Countys Census CensusPerry CensusPerry CensusPerry
Perry Oct 4 4Hon Hon T Z Faulkner Faulknercensus Faulknercensus Faulknorcensus
census enumerator for Taylor county countyhas countba countyhas
has ba completed his work and andftnds finds that thaiin thatili thatin
in the last Jutftve five years property has hastrebled hasUeblecl hastrebled
trebled in value Farming has morethan more morethan moreth8
than doubled Everyone seems to be bein bein hein
in a prosperous PrQ PeroUI condition conditionThe
The oldest resident is Mrs fapp fappwho app appw appwho
who w O is tS years of age and soems to tofoe totte tobe
foe In I a fair way to reach the hundred hundredmark hundredrk hundrediuariL
mark rk
NEW NE ORlEANS ORlEANSREPORTS ORLEANSREPORTS
REPORTS sanD GOnDFederal
Federal Authorities are Making MakingSteady MakingSteady akin akinSteady
Steady Progress in Stamping StampingOut
Out the Fever FeverI ever everJT1L1AN
JT1L1AN 1 TALI AM QUARTER QUARTERThe
The Original OrOriginal Source of ofNow Infection InfectionNow InfeotionNow
Now Clear of Disease DiseaseFEDERAL DiseaseS DiseaseFBDERAL DiseaseFEDERAL
J
FEDERAL AUTHORITIESJMAY AUTHORITIES MAY BEASKED BE BEASKED BEASKED
ASKED TO LEAVE NEW NEW OR ORLEANS ORt ORLEANS ORLEANS
t f
LEANS TO LOCAL OFFICIALS OFFICIALSAND qFFICALS qFFICALSJL
JL JLAND
AND GO TO WORK OjNiOUTSIDE OjNiOUTSIDEDISTRICTS ONtOUTSIDEDISTRICTS OUTSIDE OUTSIDEDISTRICTS
DISTRICTS WHERE i 1EJER P VER ER HAS HASSPREAD HASSPREAD HASSPREAD
SPREAD SPREADBy
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By Associated AssociatedPresc AssociatedPrescNew FJress FJressNew r rC ri rNew
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New Orleans Oct 4 Fol Pollowing Foll Following >
l > lowing is the official report r port to toG toG toGpm
G Gpm GpmNew p m mNew mNew
New cases today 22 2to total l to todate todate todate
date 3094 3094Deaths 3094Dedhs 3034Deaths
Deaths today toda 4 total t ttI to todate todate todate
date 400 400New 4MNew i iNew
New foci 6 6Caees 6CU 6Cases
Cases CU under treatment 184 1414Cases 184Cases I ICaaea >
Cases discharged 9DO 9DOSituation 1I0 1I0ffHH DOSituation
> > ffHH i iSituaton
Situation Looks Good GoodNew GoodNew GoodNew
New Orleans Oct 4 4The The report cf cfnew cfnew cfnew
new cases CI es for the day was again mod moderate modorate mcderate ¬
erate and qd though there was W a slight slightIncrease sU slightlncreaee bt btincreue
Increase of deaths there Was no ac actual actual actual ¬
tual check to the steady progress the thefederal thefederal thefederal I
federal authorities are ar making instamping in instamping instamping r
stamping out the disease The situa situation sl siuanon uQ uQtlon ¬
I
non ig I oven better than it tap tapfrom appears appearsfrom appealsfrom
from the official ropor r port due to the thefact therot thefoot I
fact that cases OO > es are baln being iqoluded InJ In InJhg lit0h I
Jhg 0h IHUs J ts that at iniouhavabun in prAvloog Prf Prfwourd < aajj aajjWoufiiava
iouhavabun wourd Woufiiava aVQDf1U > bean held baH b > llth lL L there therecould ther8could
could be no doubt do bt about tbelrnatue tbelrnatueThe thelr atu e eThe
The result of all that Dr White and andhis andhis andhis
his assistants have accomplished ac act doesnot does doesnot dot3not
not appear in the dally statistics and andthe andthe I Ithe
the death in the emergency hospital hospitaltoday h08Pi hospltMtodayb 1 1today
today todayb the first Inseveral Inse in sevecal al days daysThat dasThat daysThai
That the Italian quarter the fJl origin original ¬
al source of infection ie considered consideredpractically consideredpractically d dpractically
practically clear was made plain to today toda3 today ¬
day when Dr White ibolished tl the theseparate theseparate e eseparate
separate headquarters established i tthat is isthat > i ithat
that district districtIt I
It is probable pro hIe now that t the situ situation sltution sitution ¬
tion in New Orleans has improved so sodistinctly sod soddistinctly I Idistinctly
distinctly an appeal will wl be made by bythe bythe
the Jefferson Je erson Parish authorities to 0 the theMarine theMarne theMarine
Marine Hospital Service to take takecharge takecharge takecharge
charge of the infected districts alms
3 VESSELS GO ASHORE ASHOREON ASHORON
ON THE 11ThATLANTIC ATLANTIC COAST COASTItalian COASTItalia11 COASTItalian
Italian SteamerLaden Steamer Laden With Works W rks of ofArt ofArtMarbles Art ArtMarbles 4rtMarbles
Marbles and andFood Food Delicacies Stranded Strandedon
on Diamond fJ a112011d Shoals
By Associated Press PressNorfolk PressNorfolk PressNorfolk
Norfolk Oct 4 4Tbe The Italian steam steamor lteti ltetier
or Cittadi Palermo from < Norfolk to toNew toNew toNew
New Orleans with a valuable nlu tJle cargo cargoof cargoof cargoof
of Italian work rk of art marbles marb18thand marb18thandfOOd and andfood andfood
food dollcaolbe deUca lbii stranded on Diamond DiamondShoals DlaD Diamond DiamondShoals ond ondShoals
Shoals one mile from Cape Hattera Hatteraduring Hatteraai Hatteraaiduring Hatterasduring
during the Mick weather we thGr last nightThe night nightThe Lh ht htThe
The crew of thirty irty men lauded JandetFto JandetFtoday to today today ¬
day The ebip is lying in th thirteen rte ll
feet of water and is apparently in ingood ingoad
good 000 condition Aid has sbeen boon seat to tosave tnS8Ve tosave
save the vseeelThe vessel vesselThe eMeIlbe
The schfccner sch Gner Thomas B Sohall of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore is aground off Old Point PointComfort PoJntComfort PointComforthavina
Comforthavina Comfort having struck last night nightThe nightTh nightThe
The Th e vessel Is reported in a danger dangerous ¬
ous position itfon and is filling rapidly rapidlyAnother rapidlyAnotherunknown rapidlyAnother
Another Anotherunknown unknown schooner la 1 > > re reported reported reported ¬
ported ashore in Hampton Roads The Thename Thenllme Thename
name has not been ascertained > f
DR J S HERROftl ARRESTED ARRESTEDUNDER ARRESTEDUNDER ARRESTEDUNDER
UNDER CITY ORDINANCE
PEACE TREATY TREATYPASSES TREA TV TVPASStS
PASSES COUNCIL COUNCILBy
By Associated Press PressTokio PressTokio PressTokio
Tokio Oat 0 4 4The The t4apanese apaneseRus apaneseRusaian Rus Ruselan
aian peace peacettreftty treaty passed the he privy privycouncil prlvrcounail privycouncil
council today todayNO 1odayNO todayNO
NO NEW CASES AND NO NODEATHS NODEAT NODEATHS
DEATHS DEAT S FROM CHOLERA CHOLERABy
By Associated Press PressBerlin PressBerlin PressBerlin
Berlin Oct 4 4The The official bulletin bulletinissued bulletiui bulletiniQsuod
issued i sued tqday announced that there therewere therewere therewere
were no new cases of eholara IP olera and no nodeaths nod nodeaths
deaths d llth8 from that dl dieeje e from noon noonyesterday noonsterday noonyesterday
yesterday to noon today tooteyPlatt to toPl todayPlatt
Platt Pl tt Agalst Higgins HigginsNew ttlgghtsI HigginsNew
New York Oct 4 4Unltes Unites States StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator Platt who m arrived rived from fromWashingtontoday fromW1shlngtenJotlay fromWashingtentoday
Washingtontoday said tId Id tonight tOl pt I am amagainst amagainst
against Governor Hft Htggfcs gMs for another anotherterm anothertherm
term under any circumstances circumstancesBayou circumstancestr
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Bayou i Bavou ayou BawtfarJa ti tr t tUfd ajid ik 1 Jlnaid grand d 18tfd dale TeleAtfh
Atfh Ufd tfd Xhentire CbenilfteG diahs O4 ie afla UAfiv asnht Wi heQa tJil t tJre tJrehas PI i ihas e eha
has ha been a considerable spfeadOf spfeadOffever ipretldruffeyer apread of offever
fever feverMISSISSIPPI feyerMISSISsIPPI feverMISSISSIPPI
MISSISSIPPI HEALTH OFFICER OFFICERWJ OFFICERWtllRES OFFICERWs1RES
WJ WtllRES ES THAT T AT HE H HAS FEVER FEVERJackson FEVERt FEVERJackson FEVERJackson
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Jackson MII TYlisL Oct 4 tThe The fever feversummary feversummary feversummary
summary fin f l MiSsissipri 1fiJ MT lnlpr today is as asfollows asfo11ows asfollows
follows VIcksburg 5 new casesNatchee cases casesNatchee ailesNatcbaE
Natchee 3 nw w cases Port Gioson 1 1new 1 1new 1new
new case Scranton no new ew cases all alloriginal allrJg1nal alloriginal
original canes discharged dlschar el Hamburg Hamburgonr Harubl1ron
one new case one death Dr T K KMngee KIngee KMagee
Magee state health officot in cbartlC cbartlCat obar O Oat
at Hamburg telegraphs te1 r1 b that he bo bolievee boliev holievee
lievee liev he will be etrlcken with the thefever trofeyer thefever
fever
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He Is Charged Charged With Refusing to toAllow toow I IAllow
Allow ow Inspection of o House cuss cussSanitary by bySanitary bySanitary
Sanitary Officer OfficerINSPECTOR OfficerINSPECTOR OfficerINSPECTOR
INSPECTOR WAS ACTING UNDER UNDERINSTRUCTION UNDERINSTRUCTION UNDERINSTRUCTION
INSTRUCTION FROM THE CITY CITYHEALTH CITYHEAL CITYHEALTH
HEALTH HEAL TH OFFICER PIERPONT PIERPONTCASE PIERPONTCASE PIER PONT PONTCASE
CASE WILL BE TRIED BEFORE BEFOREJUDGE BEFOREJUDGE BEFOREJUDGE
JUDGE LANEY THIS MORNING MORNINGA MORNINGA
A warrant was issued yesterday af afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon for the arrest of Dr J S SHerron SHerrdn SHerron
Herron who resides at 619 North Talefox Tale IPahvfox PaJafox
fox street on a charge of refusing to toallow toallow toallow
allow a sanitary inspector fb make an aninspection 3Dinspection aninspection
inspection of his house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The warrant wag executed by y Cap Captain Captain Caplain ¬
tain FondbMlla Fond 1l1a on a charge madb mad by bySanitary bySanitary bySanitary
Sanitary Inspector Sanchee Silnek who typoclaims whoclaims wboclaims
claims to have been prevented d by Dr DrrBerl
rBerl Heroin n i fj mentarjng oma enter ng Din Aousa Jt usa for for4he
the th purpose purpose of making the required
inspection in pecti n H I 1said IB said to have mad mada madea
a number of attempts to enter the theplace t1eplace theplace
place but was emphatically emph1 tical I denied deniedby
by Che doctor who objected to the in inspection Inspection inspection ¬
spection The sanitary inspectors
have been making a house to house houseianvass housedltnvass housedanrass
ianvass for some time pst and near ¬
ly every bidding in Ponsacola has hatbeen
been inspected this being beln done for the thepurpose thepurpo thepurpose
purpose e of seeing that all premise premiseare I Iare
are kept in sanitary condition and to toeffect o oeffect oeffect
effect a prompt report of all oases O Hs of ofsickness t1 t1slckneas ofsickness
sickness sicknessThe slckneasThe sicknessThe
The Inspectors Inspcct rl are required d to re report raport report ¬
port the condition of ever every place visv v I
ited each day to the cityftealth city health oW officer oWcer OWcer ¬
cer The lsv I allows of no discrimina dl ¬
tion and the inspector claims that
there t ere has been no discrimination and I a I
that every place Is reported on onDr onDr I
Dr pro Herron however refused to torecognize torecognize torecognize
recognize the authority of the officer officerand otlleerand j
and could not be persuaded to yield
He will appear before Judge Jud Laney
this morning to answer to the charge chargeof
of interferrmg Interfern g with an officer in the
discharge of his duty
The inspector swore out the warrant war warrant warrant ¬
rant under instructions Jn froin City
Health Officer J H Piarpont who whowill whowill whowill
will probably appear at the trial thismorning this thismorning th18morning
morningWhile morning morningWhile morningWhile
While the inspector are said to
have met with opposition in some somecases somCliBes somecases
cases from persons who wh > were not ea
tirely in sympathy with provisionswhich provisions provisionswhich provlslonwhich
which the city has been trying to car carry carry ¬
ry into effect for the th eradication o othe ot otth ofthe
the th yellow fever this is the first in instance Instance instance +
stance reported rep Orted where a physician hr hrrefused h hrefused hs hsrefused
refused to allow a his premises to be
inspected The case taW t morning
will 1l1 no doubt attract a great deal cf cfattention ctattention aattention
attention in the recorder courtEL court courtEARLY courtEARLY
EARLY EL MORNINGAlARM MORNING MORWftlGALARM
ALARM ARM OF FIRE FIREAbout 11R 11RAbout
About 115 this morning an alarm alarmwas alarmllae alarmwas
was seat in I to the police poU station from frombox froMbox frombox
box No 13 which is at the MerchantsHotel Merchants MerchantsHotel MercbantHotel
Hotel eornor eornorThe eornorThe cornorThe
The department responded quickly quicklyand
and found a dense smoke in WhiteJ WbiteeRestaurant WhiteJRestaurant VbUlIRestaurant
Restaurant and it was thought that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the entire kitchen was iff flames Before Be Before a atore ¬
fore water connection could be made madehowever madDhowever madehowever
however J Geo White the proprietor proprietorwho
who had been notified DOtl1iedappeared appeared on nathe onthe 08the
the scene and went in to see what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the trouble was w It proved to t be benothing benotblng benothing
nothing more than smoke coning front frontthe frontthe
the oven in the bakery bakeryThe bakeryThe oakeryThe
The kindling had been piled in the thfoven t theoven f f01eD
oven ready to be ignited early in it fie geemorning < e emorning
morning and the t damper bad been beenturned bee1turned beenturned I
turned off as was customary cudto nary Ttw Ttwkindling T e ekindling
kindling ignited from rparks rica in the theashes theA8bes theaethes
ashes however r and of ofeourae course tLe tLedraft t tedraft e
draft being beln shut off the smoke la lastead 1 1ed Iastead
stead ed of going up the fine came out CHItJato outinto
into the building buildingIn
In a very short time there were anumber a anumber anumber
number of persons per onspr pr present t florae 0 0hem 4M 4Mtheni t ttkem
hem having MTi g risen from fr t their bed bedbecause beds i ibeesUM
because tb the alarm camfrom cam rrQm box II x No
13 3 which kleb everyone knows is I locatml Joeat JoeatIn locatmln
In n the heart of the cityThere city cityThere cityrhere
There wa no damage done except exceptpossibly ecceptpossibly exceptpossibly
possibly from the smoke
All CASES Will WillBE ViiL ViiLBE
BE FUMIGATED FUMIGATEDEvery
Every House in City Containing ContainingFever
Fever of Any Kind Will Be BeDisinfected BeDisinfected BeDisinfected
Disinfected DisinfectedREPORTYESTERDAY DisinfectedREPORTYESTERDA DisinfectedREPORTYESTERDAY
REPORTYESTERDAY REPORTYESTERDAYShowed Y YShowed
Showed Usual Number of New NewCases HewCases MewCases
Cases But Only One Death DeathHEALTH DeathHEALTH
1 1HEALTH
HEALTH AUTHORITIES WILL USE USEEVERY U UEVERY USEEVERY
EVERY POSSfcBLE MEAN N6 TO T6FORCE TOFORCE TOFORCE
FORCE PROMPT REPORTS AND ANDSEE AooSEE J JSEE
SEE THtAT PROPER PRECAU PRECAUTIONS PREOAUiiJONS PRE6AUTIONS ¬
TIONS ARE TAKBN IN l N ALL REV
l ER CASESPoliowing CASE CASESix9t CASEFollowiDg
> x9t itmiNHU A mm u uFollowing
Following is I the odlcNLass odlcNLassmary oflMal J Jmary > sum summary ¬
mary of the yellow fly fever aitua aituatk aI aItaatlon Ia Iatlon
tk tlon > n up to last niafet niafetNew JIttIIItNew nightNew
New oases Iff IffTotal l lTotal i iTotal
Total cases to date dMe1II dMe1IIl lit litDeaths i ia
a Deaths l > eath yesterday 1 1Total 1Total 14l
4l Total deaths to todate2 todate2i date S3 S3Caves
i 41 Caves cu discharged yesterday I1 72 72Cose 72r 73Cased
r Cased i under treatment 81The 81 81The 81I
I I IThe
The fever report yaetemttty n showsten shows showsten sbOWllten
ten BVW eases and on ore death The Theare 1Jae 1JaeOMeIare Theoases
OMeIare oases are
The New N w Cases CasesTenie CaSHU CasesMiss
Miss U Tenie Beck oorner oor er LaRua a4 a4Devntera aMDaVm andDaVliimi
Devntera DevnteraJ DaVm DaVmJ
J S Reese Re 701 N Falafox FalafoxH
H C White m t t m Oh OhMrs t tIr eMrs
Mrs Ir Fred l d ifiikrman tnsan Qoaldtog QoaldtogD GoaId ac acD
D iT L Bamo RaIaout at J1I 1 N fth t a AveMra Ave AreH AveMrs
Mrs H A Hotou HelaIttJJAbIe IJttto Oayoo OayooMaggie B oa
0 011 1 P III rd U 1110 7 7ra 7fitotle
fitotle fitotleMaggie
Maggie ra Bfo 1WoJtet 9y ° fotrfa l 257 2i1CtJ B BCtaace I0Chase
ChaseDaniel Chase CtaaceDaniel CtJ
CtJDaniel
Daniel Harris ooiocad lit S Tar Tarragona Tarraona l ¬ o ora
ragona ragonaL4oyd ra raonaL1oyd na naLIo
L4oyd LIo Heed colored 112 S Tara Tarwgooa TaragOOft Tanagona
gooa
Only One Death DeathThe DeQ DeQt Deathl
t
The only death o I8 yeaierd y was thai thaiof tJtatot t thatof
of Etenry nry Wright GOIor4MI oJor I who woosftMs TB TBstfot rsatffes
stfot at 210 B Remaaa ROIII stet t and andwhose a a1l4lwhose 4 4whose
whose demise was reported fa Ome OmeJournal 71keJournal liteJOIl1Dal
Journal yesterday morning morningThe
The slight Increase in the number r of ofcases ofca ofcaaern
cases ca es is octet oIf et by the feet that CII ouI mhr
1000 one death occurred yesterday y Title Tatamake1 Titlemakes TklsI
makes ttrd report comparttvely T naiad mttdas
I as compared 4o b bthe some 0iD oftb th iepoitg ortbe of ofthe
the past few t slays There are quart quliea
a number of suapieiotis cases tat vrery vrerypart seecypart y yport
part of tile city Ity but toes are feeing feeingdiagnosed hasletdiagnosed ftJ ftJdiap
diagnosed diap < > 88d and many of them t U8 fee feeIng liteIng 4teing
Ing found some other kind of lever leverAssiatant MT feverAssistant
Assistant CIty Phyeieiaa A Peitook PMl4okvisited Peitookvisited 1Ook 1Ookvllted
visited 4 place yesterday y eeterd enItq t and andsome 4e 4esome t tIOmepiaces
some IOmepiaces places made tare three sad U four fc > tu via visit nsIU viaIts ¬
IU it Some of tile places visited had JNMlmore hadmore badmore
more than th one paet fa them O Ottt Ottto t tof
of o the number there tit were perhaps pet + Mps oily oilytwo oalytwo GIllytwo
two or three who w o are yellow JIow fever farcrpatient fa feverpatients
patient the others sbowmg Mrm aympiersa aympiersaof te teol tomt tomtot
ot other sickness sicknessPatients slckDenPatients sicknessPatients
Patients 4mprove 4mproveThe ImproveThe
The patients Mottt aoo tt the city attyeoaUaue attyeoaUaueto eoatfaue eoatfaueto
to improve and there are e only OI T aiDottt aiDottttwo jto t ttwo ttwo
two serious cavas c under ulMl4trtreab treatmeet t at atthe attilt attbipresent
tbipresent the present time One of these teIrs teIrs9chultes ie44iira6ebultes MnI MnIhuUes
9chultes < on Bast JDa t Government teeet streetsad atIeetaud teeetand
and the other is a negro o It is JaMcled wt wtpecied a > 7 7peeled
peeled that there will be a nuamer DU of ofdischarged ofdlle ofdischarged
discharged dlle ed cases today as a nndtrer nndtrerof lUll I t tof r rof
of physicians announced yeste yestectfayat yestectfayatsome ye t diat diatIIOme t1 at atsome
some of their patients would he die discbarged1 d1 d1cbarge diecharged
charged today Dr Porter stated hut hutnight Jaarnlgbt lastnight
night that he would discharge a num nnmher Dumer number ¬
her er of patients today at the hospital hospitalThe ha hospitalThe ltl ltlThe
The failure to report cases cuesly prompt promptly ¬
ly and in some instances not at all allhas aUbas allhas
has done more toward spreading IpreIWIl the tbedisease Uiedlseue thedisease
disease than anything else elseA
A doctor stated yesterday etIterda that a acarfnl aear acareful
careful ear nl study stul 1 of the eases already alrMa re reported reported reported ¬
ported would readily J AdI1 show the theeffldancy theftlclncy theeficlancy
effldancy of fumigation aa very few fewIf tewIt fewIt
It any cases have beea reported reportedwhere riporkedwhere repoNedwJtere
where proper fumigation was done doteThis doneThis MeThis
This physician believes bel that had It not notbeen ootbeen notbeen
been for the good work of the fumiga fumigation f1ua1pUon ftamlgation ¬
tion gang ng the total cares eu S would bateContinued baTe haveContinued baTeContlnDe41
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