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VOL VIII NO NO258 238 PENSACOLA FLORIDA FBI FRIDAY DAY MORNING OCTOBER 18 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS CENTSn
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STATE ST A TE BOARD B WILL WILLFURNISH WILLFURNISH WILLFURNISH
FURNISH THE FUNDS
THE REQUEST OF OFDr OfPENSACOlA OFPENSACOLA
PENSACOlA PENSACOlACHANTED PENSACOLAGRANTED
CHANTED CHANTEDDr
Dr Porter Can Spend Such SuchAwtfflt SuchAa1iffll1t
Awtfflt of ofaitksNeccssa Mon Money as He HeNecessary HeJItIRk
JItIRk T TAbrP aitksNeccssa Necessary NecessaryUS NecessarytAMPMtWi
tAMPMtWi AbrP fWlfhl4 US TO BE ENTRELYUNDEt ENTIRELY ENTIRELYUMOER Y YUHOEa
UMOER DIRECTION H OF THE THETtATE THE8TcATE THESTATE
STATE BEMTH OPFKSER AND ANDCOOPERATION ANDi ANDcooPEJPtiAi1OH ANDCOOPEPLA41014 i
COOPERATION Of THE CITIZENS CITIZENSIS OITIZ5NSMAlDE
IS MADE A COMDmON Df 1ON OF THE THESTATE THEaT THESTATE
STATE aT ATE BOOS S TENDER TENDERThe TENtD ER ERThe
The aatsb hoard of GIlIIeaItJt health JIM JIMd graat graatDr
ad d Pew a1ae 1saprest eat alai 1esat 4VSIt 4VSItDr p pr
Dr r Jooaph h T fNxter state health healthSeer Ii Iir idGeer
Seer r ft trip auhority to eaqpewsl J r rDlUney such MehBiuney suchsway
sway from rom the state famd as he heLinks lieL1Db hehitrkg
Links aecesaary to eradicate the yel relAJw JWv yelfever
v AJw > fever fe in Poasacaia PoasacaiaThe Pea PeaThe
The following telegraaas thp are arexplaaatoo ueMIW ueMIWxpl ttsAt ttsAtxplaaatty =
xplaaatoo xpl The List to ate seat hy hyiir IQh byse
iir h special al Cfdaeas CI i Ooauaittee 0a Oora tUee 1 to toPresides titPrt toPresident
Presides Prt > ideat Headry of the state hotcO hotcOaad bottrJi bottrJirf I IHFterday
HFterday rf aad die seeoad te PvesWeat PoesldeatFndrys PvesWeattelecraai
fndo telecraai to Dr Porter The Thele T Tit Titteegtatns e eIf
egnuns le follow followCmzww t tCItR followC1tI
Cmzww CItR srss te hPr Proskl FresMent IiiI6IieM Hendry ntHendryPesasaooia HendtyPftIaa HendryPenaaoote
Penaaoote PftIaa Opt IS lf 1MIi 1MIiHoa iNiHoa fi fiHoa
Hoa K M Headry HeadryPresident HeaclryPNIIIdeet HeathyPreddeist
President State tate Bear Baatfof el Hoallh B IIIt
Tamps TIua P PI PII Phx Phxohrt > a aJalat
I ohrt > Committee of ofof Stasis < 1 s sb aatl aatlhambr
b hambr of Ooauneroe at atrd t tdecided asssllsag asssllsagerday
erday rd decided that ft wtt he hetar liean asses assescars
tar an for for the t e tote Beard of flanHh M1 to toEi tieX tosome
Ei vm X > to rescue and u awe e forty thonooad tlioneaadloilar t allliJatlilara
r oilar ilara of their fttndc d or a my vdi ChAre ChAreat
at as is necessary to ri oMMMlj prose proeeuo
uo u t e the Apt against oar plague City Cityat Cityexpected
at expended all available fmd dtl dtllens CttlItns Queens
lens hare ba contributed oonui bated and ad will ooatrib ooatribf
lit f te further to aid and ad support ak skit and andJ aadtftitute and7t
J 7t tftitute ptitut and state fond ar are needed needednl JMMICIed7nly seedednly
7nly nl > to prosecute p ute apt acatest 1Nt yellow yellows e Ow Owf
f twentye Per Dr Simpson roa taiaks tweaty tweatyDr
i ii e taoasand ooliarc will do the workapproves work workapproves WOI1tappro
approves appro th tH plan pi and will vote for forpropt1ati ap appropriation approprlatln ¬
propriation D We w earnestly aak a k apsad ap apiropriatteu aP1 t
iropriatteu sad arce tauaodtate l late ae aeW Bel etaLion
l Lion n W K Hy HW r Jr P K Toasja ToasjaB Y8Juo Yo Yoto
Juo to B tillmaa aIU W B Wright wrl t C C Codmaa CI Ci
i 4 I odmaa odni H 01lwral BL Thoratoa ono is special lInlIittee ooat ooato
a o Iittee > IT ittee tee
President te to Dr IPwtor IPwtorTmatpa lPWtorT PwtaTraps
Traps T Pit Oct 12 12Joe itDr 1 1Dr
Dr Dri Joe T Porter PorterState Port Porter8bte er erlate
State late Health ONceePeascoha Oeer OeerTVmsscitla < NIc NIcPieoaa
TVmsscitla FlaOov Fla FlaGOT FlaOM
GOT Broward wires la ion reply to toyour toyour toyour
your win will say Y comptroller roI1er will willhonor willboaor willhonor
honor any legitiatate reaaiattkMU reaaiattkMUmade reslalsSUorsmade UIItJoumade
made upon him bi by the state hoard ofbraltd of offcralth orlI
fcralth lI altb We judge ja of cowree that tt ttill ftwill
will ill 11 be peat through the state hoard hoardoi
oi health and the state health benfkofficer healthofficer In Inofti
officer ofti Comptroller OomJ troller trollerfry reoogntees the ticsFri theAery
Aery fry grave situation ooafroatin tl the theUte tItItlltate th thtote
Ute board of health at Peasaoohu I Ihave IlIa
4 have lIa f just J wired joint committee 1Piue care earW careW carev
W v J Hyer lQ r Peaaaooia as follows
Tour telegram reqaestiag reqaestiagpriation reqtlestlllCprtatJon are e eprlaUon
priation 1Nf rwwlved r > red e4 The State < ute lilesM lilesMo
0 Health Hea1 recogaices ies the gravity cravltJoCtiae cravltJoCtiaeBituatioR of the thesituation thesituatioa
situation confronting the eitiaeas etu of denisaoola
Pensaoota as 8 well as the danger to the theRtat tile8tar thestate
Rtat state at large arising therefrask tberef Dr
Jos J Y Porter the executive osloei of ofthe orthE ofthe
the board has today been avthorfsed avthorfsedto a at
to t redouble his efforts to iaaagvrate iaaagvrateand rate rateADd
and prosecute an a energetic ttght lippktagainst ttghtagainst t taptnat
against yteliow Iow fever along s stash oh ohtlfi eJea eJeat1ft dertlfic
tlfi < lines as in his 1t1 juoBmeat jua paent will ueet ueetthe
toe situation The boards funds are I
hereby pledged pI d for this parpose only onlyeo b
BO long l as the state health oAcer oer hall aIIaJltf as hallreceive mallreceive
receive tf > < tit enthusiastic support aad hearty heartycooperation 1Ieu17eooperatlon heartyao
cooperation ao of the Peasacola public ie
R
a Urge Please Pk > ae confer with HOB H
L 8hrpeoa ffpsoa anu Dr Porter oa the Uteund theground
ground und and familiarize with eoadJUoas eoadJUoasto It
at to the nature of cooperator peradoa the1 the1mate the theatat thestate I i
mate health authorities art have karo havea
a a also o as to what aervioe and a4 a4G proportfcm proportfcmo 1
o the t > k expense mill 111 be expected of the theciM thecity
city I y governmentThis government governmentplaces Vfr11mE t i I
Th This i It places ces th the whole wltol > asattar tta ttaOllr ta taThe tai taiyour i
your haci The board IF prepared to toor toZf torel I
Zf rel or your our good judgment and < < tiaI disc dis discretion ¬
c cretion crt et > ion and yon yo are a m i a poattSoa atIaa to to8n tosa
8n 81 upoa what bat basis the state hoard hoardundertake boardundertake
1 undertake the task before tt ttE ItE kE
E M HBMDRY HBMDRYThe
The Matter Settled ttied
This nettle the matter so far athe at tile
funds t11I1 < 11 for earning on the tat fight ardeom ardeomttrred ar araeosA eo eoC
A ttrred ttrredDr C cc rJ reed reedDr > d dDr
Dr Porter wfli begin be the renewed
light ft bT today The city lit will ill be divided dividedup
up into int email sections tlE < ti each sectiom sectiompn
pn under the direction of a physician physicianr
< r other eompetant heac and an i the rao race raceMill
Mill m begin to see whtefc sections Ie < tions caa caarr
br rr feed f from fever f > er brat iroMl IrwTI bratAll
Ml TI the available men n 1 h hl city t wittw wills wit I
tw b < a rmnloyed at t1 closed Ilo ed in the work The fefter t e eRt
Rt i be > swift iff and thoroagh tM tMboufif tk 3aery rerr rerrnoiise
noiise within soo fit f o 1 of a fever case ea casewill i
will ni It be 1 fineatod f111j tat icated a I Im ill b insst in incaad It d
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t that hoof h IM u Sfeen s reenj p > n d and rendered renderedfife
fife s nearl a h JMSS p bo masauno uito proof ProofI
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I GOVERNOR GENERAL GENERALWRIGHT GENERALWRIGT GENERALWRIGHT
WRIGHT TO RESIGN RESIGNWi
4
Will Wi Give Up His Position as Head of ofPhilippine ojPhilipPltC o oPlxizzf4iflc
Philippine Commission November NovemberDissatisfied Novem ber I IJ IDissatisfied
J Dissatisfied With Conditions
By Associated Press PressWashiagtoB PressOct PressWashlagto
WashiagtoB Oct alAke 1 L ke EwIl5 EWright E EWrigat
Wright wIl5 t goirsraor ao + rt ace general of the PbH PbHaad PbUItIIIWt PbVs
s and preside of the t it Phillipplae PkUUplIMe Phillip PhillipaHtoetoa
lIMe OoamhAaia 0 aHtoetoa will retire from his hisOB hisNHJItIoa hisl
l NHJItIoa tba OB Norember O ember first 11 Presi PreaiRoosevelt President Preit ¬
dent t Rooser RooeeYaDd Roosevelt and Secretary Taft Tafttt fartlit att attIIt
lit tt ht unieraiood III hare lIa practically do decdded dooM
oM oNei d oa his Ia lacoeseui nlUI MR M latlnta latlntatk
I tk tioa a or his 11 ideality S is allowed to hc hcGompromise JxTAFT beTAFT
TAFT APPROVES APPROVESDOMINICAN APPROVESDOMINICAN
DOMINICANPAYMENT DOMINICAN DOMINICANPAYMENT
PAYMENT PAYMENTCompromise
Compromise Agreed Upon in Set Settlement Settlement Settiemen ¬
tlement t for or Friar Lands Landsin
in Philippines
I By Associated Press PressWnnhingtoa PressWa PressWsbsfapltoa
Wnnhingtoa Wa Oct 12 1seeretary Secretary Taft Tafttedey Taftisdsr
f tedey approved rofti the > settlement arrtteg arrtteged
ed W the Philippine gor guveramat o nuaat t tOOIBpIete te tecomplete booffi
complete ooffi the th purchase MIreha e of the t e Domini Dominican
can friar tends DcIa ia the Phf Philippine lpphnez Af Alt After ¬
ter t r the tI e contracts were signed it w wt wasseevered was wasdteoerered
dteoerered that t at because of a differ differoace dlfterCIItCe deftereatce
oace in the Spanish and Boglish 1 ogU h ver ver8Kms Terence e e810BS
8Kms of the surveys the Spanish ver version verRoll versecs ¬
Roll made the price two hundred thou thousand thotIand thousend ¬
sand dollars more mote than tha the English EnglishIt h hIt
It was also 180 found lId that tides to ei elZIt elZIttraeta elttracts > 4t 4ttracts
tracts were defective The difference differencein
in prices was submitted ftbJnlt to arbitration arbitrationbut
but ut a cablegram from Governor Gen General General General ¬
eral Wright ht said the Dominican agents ageatsoffered aeatsG agentsosered
offered G < < ered to compromise for or fifty thou thousaad thousand
sand dollars Q ars Secretary Taft today todaycabled todaycabled todaycabled
cabled Governor elDOl Wright Wr Ight approving the
proposed ooasp ooatpromtee omise The total totalamoaat totalto totalaawant
amoaat to be paid d the Domialcaae DoIBIcaMtJuoee is isthree isthree
three millions and ad fifty Aft thousand dol dollars dolJan dollate ¬
lars which wiH be paid in New Ne York Yorkprobably Yorkprobabl Yorkprobably
probably next weekJIMCROj week weekEFFECTIVE weekJIM
JIM JIMCROj CROW lAW lAWEFFECTIVE LAiNEFFECTIVE
EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVETODAY EFFECTIVETODAY
TODAY
The New City Law Separating Separatingthe
the Races on Street Cars CarsGoes GarsGoes CarsGoes
Goes Into l Effect EffectThe ffeotTIN t tThe
The new ew JIm J Crow street oar oarjdtaaace or orI
jdtaaace I ee whleh ws passed by the thecoMBcil theeIQ thecity
city council aver the mayors veto vetoftee vetoittMil vetofteea
ittMil ftee days ago 0 bfeewee effective effectivetodar effectivetodt < < ctI ctIoaT
todt oaT
i todtThe The new ew law fe senewhat HIBw at slralhir slralhirto sh Uar Uarto
to the t state te tew which was decbmd decbmda 4IeaIIredHOUtItatSOMl
raa a HOUtItatSOMl OB UtatioBjaL It w WIc e drawn how however hourever ow owevw ¬
ever ia such shape that it will iII hardy hardjrbe unlTdtdanMI
be declared usstMtitatioa udhltleM1 l if a AT ATttpt aayattesaapt f fattempt
I attempt is mask to carry It to o the theS
I S SwpreIae Sacpr preA ems Co aort CosntThe t tThe
The street lMlt railway coetpaay COMJI UI will willdivide wUltie willdivide
1 divide tie the ears as it did d snag the thedane t thedine e edine
dine that the state law k was w s hefa 1HIIIIIf 1HIIIIIfi bsbaRcomplied r rcompiled
i compiled with exoapt IMPt that ea rdc d will wfllhe w t tJ
he posted J 08ted designatiag deIIl tlac the WIllIe awl tadcolored aacIooIored
colored parts of a aTIle ear arrThe earThe
The catered < popahuioa tIoa tenmt to towill he hewill bewill
will satisfied and it Is not expected expectedthat
that the cars will fee Iethe boycotted as aswas nswas
was the case wtet wta when the state law Jawopentlft beoperative be beoperative
operative opentlftALABAMA operativeALABAFtk operativeALABAMA
ALABAMA CONFEDERATE CONFEDERATEREUNKMi OONFEDERATERE O NFEDERATEREtt1IOt4
REUNKMi RE CALLED OFF OFFBy OFFBy
By 8 Asoaciatad Press PressMontgomery PreesJIoIItcomery PressMootaomery
Montgomery Oct IB tIAa Aa oHeial order or order o otel ¬
der today to y said the aanoal aal rerdothe repilua Illl Illltile OL OLthe
the Alabama Ooafec1erat Coaf euerate Teteraa Teteraawoald V VwW Yetereaswould
would aot be held ad this fall om aocomt aocomtof
of the fev fetter r situation situationNo 1lU1IIIt1oJLNo
No water win be allowed to stand standon 9ta 4 4OIl < t tom
om any premises and ad this nile war he boThe heMf hen6e
n6e abaolvtasisad Mf I st eM eMThe
The campabjn eam eotMBeace today todaywith todayith todayvrith I
with ith November r 10 as the date set when j jih t1h ithe
the ih fever will be conquered And Pen Pensacola Peonpeople Pen1sacolas
sacola s people are in the fight in inearnest inearnest i i
earnest t rneSt
come public publicIt pubUeIt >
I It may be stated ated as reasonably reasonablydefinite reaaooablJdell1lte reasonablydeLa
definite deLa to that Wrights successor will willnot willDOt willnot
not be a man ma now connected with the theIlie thecammlaston beCI
cammlaston cammlastonThe CI II8Iou II8Ioue
The e cause for the retirement is isnot 1 1not IDOt
not deteftely known but it is betiered be beMeved be1Ie
tiered 1Ie < Yed to be doe 4 to utitlWdoD dissatieflacdonwit dseati d ficiion ficiionwffti
wit the treatment t t of the fRePhllftahle1 fRePhllftahle1aa4 Pkllrpines Pkllrpinesa I
a Sad d the onsatlsfactorily aaUdlU torny situation at atManila atBANKERS athanlla
Manila ManilaBACKERS
BACKERS FAVOR FAVORSHIP fAVORsniP
SHIP SUBSIDIES SUBSIDIESBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington Oct 12 12The The American AmericanBankers AmericanBankers AmericanBankers
Bankers Association today went on onrecord onneor41 onrecord
record as favoring government SUbi8NI sUbsidieis SUb aiTbaMiee
i8NI aMiee for upbuilding the American AmericanMerchant AmericanM4IIrCiIaDt AmericanMer
Mer Merchant rnat Marine The report of the thecurrency Uteurr8tley thecurrency
currency committee was wa received but butao butao
ao action was taken The report followed folowed fol followed ¬
lowed suggestions made by SecretaryShaw Secretary SecretaryShaw SecretarySbawr
Shaw mhls in his address ad lless on Wednesday for foran foran foran
an emergency currency currenc An address addresswas
was u delivered by Walker Hill Presi PreiddeBt Prestdent President ¬
dent of the Merchants American Na National NatIoDal National ¬
tional Bank of St Louis on the practi practical praoticaI pracstieal ¬
cal benefits eAts of maaahership mel ershtp in the asso association usociatlolL aseocvdlon ¬
ciation Five minute descriptions of ofbusiness ofU8Jaea ofbusiness
business prosperity pro perlty in different see ¬
tions of the country followed until ad adjournment adjounuDeat adjournment ¬
journment was taken until tomorrow tomorrowIVINS tomorrowIVINS tomorrowIVINS
IVINS NOMINATED FOR FORBy FORt FORBy
VORK VORKBy
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By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York Oct 12 12W1lliam William Mills MillsIvlas M1113Ivies l1llaIvlH
Ivies today accepted the Republican Republicannomination RepublicanJWl Republicannomination
nomination JWl loUo for the mayoralty of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City He accepted the nomina nomination nomlnatJoB nomination ¬
tion from the committee appointed by bythe b bthe bythe
the Republican convention oonve Uon to VU1 va vacancies vaI vaoancies ¬
cancies o ncie8 OR the ticket This fills the theplace th thplace theplace
I
place declined < < by Chas Hughae Hu he8 coun counael counI counsal
I sal for the Insurance Investigating InvestigatingCommittee InYe InvestigatingCommittee tiptln tiptlnCommittee
Committee CommitteeI
I Mr Ivies has held office o 1ce as city citychamberlain cityehaasberlaln
I chamberlain under two Democratic Democraticcity
city administrations
i f
HFROST fROST REACHES REACHESNEAR REACHESNEAR
NEAR TUNEW TUNEWO TO NE NEa
O ORLEANS ORLEANSMeans LEAN5 LEAN5h1eans i a
Means Speedy Relaxation RelaxationotRe RelaxationotReI of Re Restrictions Restrictions
I strictions to Communication Commu Communication communlcatlOn ¬
nicationAPPEARANCE nication nicationAPPEARANCE nlcatlOnAJPPEARANCE
APPEARANCE OF OFTHISiDEGREE THISDEGREE OF OFTIME OFCOLD OFt OFCOLD
t
COLD AT T THIS TIME fU E SEEMS SEEMSNEW SEEMSPROVIDENTIALPIF SEEMSPROVIDENTIALPiFTEEN
PROVIDENTIAL PROVIDENTIALPiFTEEN FIFTEEN FIFTEENGASES 1EEN NEW NEWc NEWGASES
GASES c ses AND TWO DEATHS RE REPORTED REPORTED REPORTED
PORTED FOR DAY DAYBy DAYBy DAYBy
By AssociatedPess AssociatedPessto Associate t ir Press Pressy ss ssM
M N NIt
It y
40 New Orleans O OY12Fol OY12Following fi12 Fol Following
lowing is the offl offiet J l r port to toG
6 p pm pmB m mNew mNew i
B New cases II II39S1 to date dateNew 1 14it il il3Ul
4it 39S1 39S1Deaths 3UlDoaths 3261Deaths
Deaths 2 total t tCaSei tojate to 419 419Cases
411 Cases under trowSfent t tCues nt 164 164Cases 164B
B Cases di90harf dim dtsohrlIHH l 78 78New 78i 78New
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rlIHH HI MH H HbUe
New Orleans Oct l2dSPKblic 1 bUe interest Inter Intereat Intere
eat today centered JnJRe n e announce announcement annoutcerta annoupeemeat ¬
meat of frost in mwiWparts its of the thesouth thepPedy thesouth
south which means tht thef pedy relax relaxation reaxcom relaxatlon
ation of restrictions tol t communica communication com munlea munleagreatest ¬
tion which acre re now tb greatest an annoyance anch annoyance ¬
noyance here from fev fevWhile fe feWhile
While frost did not rtfich ch New Or Orleans 01miles Orleans ¬
leans it touched points miles north northof orthCity
of this city Mb Misatasfpolf City receiv received receivalso ¬
ed a touch and OZ otbtr frdrcfts also which whichhave whichappe whichhav
hav have been Infected VmS appearance appearanceof appe ane
of this is degree of cold fe na 8 providen providential ¬
tial a as the average fccwtfaoes f et toes oes not ap appear appear p pto ¬
pear usually from flftei fl t to thirty
days later in l these theseThere sections sectionsThere flctl ctl s sThere
There is deep I iatWM ll gr tr ia 1 the an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement from JtSkifci of that theIiaslsslppt the theMississippi theJlJ
Mississippi JlJ lsslppl quarantfi ffrffl M sepa D be benbanmaal bea beaba
aba nbanmaal a nit nitQ not m msSs
c sSs sSsQUARANTINE
QUARANTINE Q ARANTINE ATIOBy OFF OFFIN OffIN
IN CHATTAIWOGA CHATTAIWOGABy Ct ATJANO r OGA1 OGA1t
t By Associated Press PressChattanooga t tChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn Oct 12 12On On ac acccunt accc
ccunt cc unt of a heavy he v frost this thi morning I I
Chattanooga Chattaw > oga today to ay wltlolrall withdrew wit dr8W all inspectors in inIlt8Ctors
ffpectors from trains entering the city
The quarantine regulations remain in inforce Inforce Inforce
force but todays action is equivalent equivalentto
to droppingthem
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NEW YORK TEAM WINS WINSTHIRD WINSTIR WINSTHIRD
THIRD GAME OF SERIES SERIESShuts S RIES RIESSkttts
Shuts Out Philadelphia Americans by IcyScore byScore hyScore
Score of g to oA o oA1nericansP Americans merzcansPut merzcansPutUp Put PutUp t tUp
Up Poor Game
By B yAssoclatedPress yAssoclatedPressPJ Associated PressJihad Press Pressfoaia
PJ Jihad a ij foaia > yea Got 12 12Tbe The New NewYoflc NewYork NewYork
York National League ball team to today tody today ¬
day captured the third game of the thechampionship thechampionship thechampionship
championship series not allowing allowingthe
the Philadelphia Americans to toscore toscore toscore
score Mfctthewaon pitched a magnificient mag magnfficient magI magntficJent
nfficient game allowing the Phillies Philliesonly PhlJUesonh Philliesonly
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only four singles and only one home homeplayer homeplayer homeplayer
player reached second base baseI
I Coakley was in the box for the thehome thehome thehome
home team but received poor sup support
Iport I port the American Leaguers putting puttingup
I up one of the worst exhibitions of ofi
i i fielding they have been guilty of thisyear this thisyear thisyear
year on the home grounds Murphy on onsecond onsecond i isecond
second being guilty of fumbling three threeFormer threeRHODE1SLAND I
RHonrlSlANol RHonrlSlANolI
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DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSNOMINATE DEMOCRATSNOMINATE
NOMINATE NOMINATEi
Former Governor Garvin Nomi Nominated Nominated NomihY ¬
natedDEMOCRATS nated by Acclamation Acclamationto
to Head Ticket TicketBy TicketByAsec
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ByAsec By Associated AssociatedProvMeacfe < iated press pressProvldeacfJ PressProvidence
Providence Oct 12 12Former Former Got Go
ernor T P C Garvin was nominated nominatefor nominatedfor
for governor today by acclamation by bythe bythe bythe
the Democratic state convention The Theremainder Theralnder Thereaainder
remainder of the ticketwas ticket was alatf al8 < i nom nominated nomJIUIIftd nomhared ¬
hared b by ajscUuMfttlon as foUbws foUt follbws7tt foUbwsJsmes > ws wstG
7tt tG c Jtsfs Jsmes J B Stone of ofSecretary ofPmwn ofprtrtjdneo
prtrtjdneo Pmwn i iSecretary > c cSectetr
Secretary of State Prank E EsimonK I Fitz FitzI Fl4isimonsof
simonsof simonK slmo lSqf Qf Lincoln LincolnAttorney LlncoJnAttorney LiatcolnAttorney
I Attorney General heral Thomas H R Car Carroll C Croll Calroll ¬
roll of Providence ProvMenceState ProvidenceState
t
State Treasurer Tr 8lIter Albert H Omey of ofProvidenre orProvidellft ofProvidence
Providence ProvidellftThe r rThe
The platform adopts protested protestedagainst protestedI protestedagainst
against a ai 1st the subservience S1tbaervle of state in injterests inI interests
jterests tere terests tB by republican i < epreseatativM epreseatativMfin
fin I In both houses of ooric con ooiirdss ess sa to demo demoprats demoFrats demoFrats
Frats of th the middle west and demand demanded ¬
ed Freer trade for natural 1at 1 markets of ofsale oel ofsale
sale and purchase acroks ac the Caaatfa CanaDaborder Caaatfaborder
border
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NO 1 1lR MR YOU YOUNME N ME AFTER NEARLY A YEAR OF WILD ALARMS
NO 2 2IS IS GREATLY REJOICED TO FIND THAT AT THE PRESENT PRESE DATE HE IS STILL DOING
BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND ST D
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grounders groundersThe
The total attendance of the t a three threegames tlireogames threegames
games so far Is 8088 IF84KSS and n ° the tJlecelpts re receipts receipts ¬
ceipts are over forty fort thousand dollars dollarsThe dotlAnThe dollarsThe
The teams play in New York to tomorrow Rtmorrow t tmorrow ¬
morrow and Saturday SaturdayThe
The score in todays gam was as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows
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The Chicago Give GjupeChicago GYJIet GiveChicago t
Chicago Oct 12 12Th Tat Jag Americans Americansdefeated Amerlaaosdefeated Americansdefeated
defeated the Nationals in the cbam cbampionship cbamplonshlp championship
pionship series here today the score scorebeing scorebeing scorebeing
being Americans 7 Nationals 4 4Car 4ICAR 4CAR
CAR KillS COW COWON CO COON
ON THE BAYOU OAYOUTRESTLE BAYOUTRESTLE
TRESTLE TRESTLEGar
Car Had Narrow Escape From FromBeing FromBeing From FromBeing
Being Derailed and Thrown Throwninto ThrownInto ThrownInto
into Bayou
The ThebJg big electric car which Is used usedon
on the dummy line between the cityand city cityand ct ctand
and Palmetto Palme to Beach had a narrow narrowescape narrowescape narrowescape
escape from being derailed and thrown throwninto thrownInto throwninto
into Little Bayou Wednesday night nightA
A cow had In someirianner some some manner IJ imner got on onthe onA qnthe
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the trestle ana an as the oar oame up oil oilthe on onthe onthe iJ
the 730 trip It ran over the th cow cowThe cowThe cowThe
The front trucks passed entirely otter otterthe owerthe owrthe
the animal a lmal and luckily struck on the therails therails therails
rails after doing so The second secondtrucks secondtrucks secondtrucks
trucks trucks however upon striking the thecew thetopped thecw
cew stopped the car The animal animalwas animalwu
was almost Instantly klll killed but in or order orderto order ¬
der derto to move the car car it wa wad J necessary necessaryto
to remove the dead cow This requir required ¬
ed considerable eon iderabletime time The bogy bo Y of ofthe orthe ofthe
the cow fell Into the bayou when re ¬
moved from underneath the car carATLANTA carATlAIJTA carATLANTA
ATLANTA NEGRO NEGROBy NEGRONIGHL NGROHIGHLY
HIGHLY Y HONORED HONOREDBy
By Associated Press PressAtlanta PressAUnta PressAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Oct 12 aAt At the funer funeral ¬
al OP Q Amos Rucker an antebellum aute bellum nb nbgro nt nt70held ntPO
PO 70held held here today General Clement ClementA ClemEtntA Clem nt ntA
A Brans officiated and a d among the thetali t e eP1Ihearers epail
pail P1Ihearers tali bearers volunteering were Former FormerOWnor FonneraoerhorCandler Formerfioterhor
aoerhorCandler fioterhor OWnor Candler General A K West Westuflge WestJ WestJtt41
uflge J Calhoun Dr Amos Am Fox and andth anduthtr andother
other th r members of Camp W H T Wal Walker Walker Walker ¬
ker to which Rucker iolon Belonged < < d Thai Thanegro Thainegro manegro
negro who was w a slave av8before before the civ civI clvII
ll I I war followed his master ni st r Sanely Sanelyiucker SandTRueker SandiRucker
iucker through the war wBfJln in lb thirty thirtyiro1 thlrtSthir thirtythirae
thir thirae iro1 Georgia regimewt serving the theConfederacy theConfederacy theConfederacy
Confederacy for four years yttrISEVENTEEN yearsLHTNTIO1J yearsSEVENTEEN
SEVENTEEN SEVENTEENDETENTION LEFT LEFTDETENTION
DETENTION CAMP CAMPTHIS
THIS NUMBER RELEASED YES YESTERDAY YESTERDAY YESTERDAY
TERDAY AND WENT WENTTO TO VARI VARIous VIARIOUSCIT VAR1OUS
ous OUSCIT CITIES < IES IN THE THE SOUTH SOUTHSeventeen SOUTH6e1enteen SOUTH6venteen
Seventeen persons were released releasedfrom releasedfrom d df1Om
from the detention camp near McDaviu McDav
iu yesterday and left there on the train trainleaving trainaYblg trainleaving
leaving aYblg here at noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The number is 1 composed of the firstcrowd first firstcrowd Arstcrowd
crowd who ho left the city for the camp campa CD1pweek
a week ago a o who having remained remainedthere rem remaliryIthere a hrl hrlthere
there the required number of days dayswere daytsyt darewere
were yt > re given certificates and allowed to todepart todepart todepart
depart Of the number nnm bel sixteen had hadtickets hailtJekets hadtaeketa
tickets to various cities while one onestopped onestopped onestopped
stopped Hi Escanrbia county countyToday countyTO countyToy
Today TO < tay a large number of others otherswho otherswho otherswho
who have been at the eamp the requir required ¬
ed time will be released rek > ed and take
their departure and this will leave leaveplenty J8TeP1elat7 leaveplenty
plenty of vacancies for any an who may maydesire maydesire maydesire
desire to go to the camp campEARL campEARl
b bPARAl
EARL SPENCER HAS HASPARALYTIC HASPARALYTIC
PARALYTIC PARAl VTIC STROKE STROKEBy
By Associated PrescLondon Presc PrescLondon PrecLondon
London Oct 12 1Earl Earl Spencer was wasstricken wastrle1rea wasstricken
stricken with paralysis today and was Wa5Rcoudous wasunconscious wasuncoBactous
unconscious according to the latest latestreports I latestreports test testreport
reports Earl Spencer was the Lib Libera Libtra
lib
eral era leader in the Hous9 of Lords was wasI wastwice
I twice Lord Lieutenant Lieu enalr of Ireland and
i has been First Lord Lor of the Admiralty
ENCOURAGED BY BYNEW BYNEVV
NEW ASPECT ASPECTOF ASPECTOFFIGHT
OF OFFIGHT OFFIGHTHealth FIGHT FIGHTHealth
Health Officials an and Physicians PhysiciansNow
Now Believe Fever Can CanBe CanBe CanBe
Be Conquered ConqueredSLIGHT ConqueredSLIGHT ConqueredShown
SLIGHT DECREASE DECREASEShown DECRE DECRASNew SE SEShown
Shown in inSLIGHT New Cases Only 2 2Being 24 24Being 24Being
Being Reported ReportedCOOLER ReportedCOOLER
COOLER WEATHER WILL WILLTENDENCY HAVE HAVETENDENCY HAVETENDENCY
TENDENCY TO CHECK SPREAD SPREADOF
OF DISEASE DISEASETHREE THREE DEATHS DEATHSREPORTEO DEATHSREPORTBD DEATHSREPORTED
REPORTED ONE BEING A Ml MlSIONARY MISIONARY MIL MILSIONARY
SIONARY WHO EXPIRED AT ST STANTHONYS STANTHONYS STANTHONYS
ANTHONYS ANTHONYSxit ANTHONYSloIlowlll
xit iHt ifmiitii ifmiitiiFollowing K > >
B Following to II the official sum sumsitua umJDaI7 i iB s sraary >
B nary of the yellow now lever feverUon situa situatJon it
41 toe up to last night nightNew Jl1ptNew nightB
B New cases casesTotal ea a 23 25S54 23B if ifTotal
B Total cases to date dateDeaths S54 351JI S54Deaths
Deaths JI yesterdav yesterdavTotal 3 3i S STotal
i Total deaths to date dateCases 48 tf tfCases
Cases 0 discharged 125 125Cuea e eB
41 Cases under treatment 181 181M 1814f
4f Xk M HM < < p
Twentythree new cases caHsthr3Ie caHsthr3Iedeaths casesthreedeaths thr thrdeaths
deaths deathsThis deathsTJda deathsThis
This is the oflcial report of the theState thaState H HStste
State Board of 0 Health as issued last lastnight lA lastnight It Itnight
night after all p physicians J1dct had report reported ¬
ed to State Health He tIt Officer Porter PorterThe PorterTkttrepOrt PorterThe
The TkttrepOrt xapttt somewhat wlaa encourallnIn encouragin4naamlok encouraging encouraginginasmuch
In inasmuch 1IJ l Ms s It show OWa a small U decrease decreadvc decruVt decreasethe
dvc Vt ft lit p JiQt at flw Hr ur and the fact factthat fatt1tnteoolar factthat
that t1tnteoolar cooler cool weather w fa being exp eXppl eXpplontied expeneed i ioneed >
oneed will have yetJIe the effect or partial partially part fl fly ¬
ly y preventing < < the spread of the d dt3 dt3eaH + < 3 3ease 3ease
ease
The New CasesThe Cases CasesThe CasThe
The new case ca e reported last night nightare JlI nightare bt btare
are ae a follow followSirs toilowSrs followsMrs
Sirs rs KolHns 101 Florida Banca Bancaatreet BancaItrest Bancastreet
street atreetMr ItrestIl streetMt
Mr Il Hall IM East Government Governmentatrsat Qoyernmentatreet Governmenttitreet
atrsat atrsatMary titreetMary
l Mary iLovMt Cevallos and Govern
ratnt streets streetsMrs 1Itr 1Itrrrs streetsMrs
Mrs rrs Leila LellaElarri8on Harrison 510 North Gset G GJulhts GtrfMt
trfMt trfMtJUJhtI set setJulius
Julius Meako 35 Eat Chase ChaseJohn ChueJoan Chasestreet
street streetJohn
John Grace 518 North Tarragona Tarragonagtraet TarragonstrMt Tarragonastreet
street gtraetJ
t J I Stephens Step ell 120 South Palafox Palafoxstreet Palafoxmeet Palafoxstreet
streetWillie meetVWie street streetWillie
Willie Bogart 702 Bast Wright Wrightstreet Wrightstreet Wrightstreet
street streetBva streetIIYa streetEra
Era Perdue 414 East WrightMrs Wright WrightMrs WrightMrs
Mrs Walker Humph Humphrey 305 30 BaIt BastGregory BaItGre EastGregory
Gregory Gre ol7 streetMrs street streetMrs streetCIIaa
Mrs Chas CM Harris lilt West W Nt La LaUna LaR LaRua
Una R > > a street streetLaura atreetLaura streetLaura
Laura Carroll Oarro 1 404 Sooth DeVIl DeVIlJfar DeVUa DeVtIIter
a Jfar street streetMerino BtrNterl streetMerino
Merino erl o Carroll 404 Booth DeVil DeVilier DeVilleI DeVilliar
leI street streetMiss streetKJa streetMiss
Miss Genevieve Ge Yieve Murphy 424 424Hajrne 42 42H7De 42dRayne
Hajrne street streetFlorence streetFlorence streetFlorence
Florence Care 916 East JIa Jackson Jacksonstreet JuklOnalt8G Jacksonstreet
street streetAnnie alt8GADnie streetAnnie
Annie Ruth Caro f11 t1l 19 Bast Jacks Jacklstreet < a astreet 1street
street streetCarrie streetCarrie streetCarrie
Carrie McHngii lcH East Wright street streetMrs streetUrs treetMrs
Mrs C R Barter 1114 But Jac Jacsonstreet Jasonltreet Jacsonttreet
sonstreet sonstreetLillian sonltreetUUlan sonttreetLillian
Lillian Floyd colored 617 North NorthaTIllier Nor NorthDegitiler b bDeVllUer
aTIllier street streetSam streetSam streetSam
Sam Johnson colored Cor B andJackson and andJackuoa andJaclaronstreet
Jackson Jaclaronstreet JaclaronstreetBlJen street streetBllen street13lfen
Bllen Johnson colored Cor B Band Band Band
and Jackson streets streetsNorman striateNorman treet treetNorman
Norman Dowdy colored Tarra Tarrana Tarragoal
60 goal na awl Zarr 7AIrrqona ossa streets streetsClarence atrdetsClarence 9tnietsCJ
Clarence CJ r8nee Johnson Jo lU colored Cor CorB CoriB
B and Jackson J kBoa streets streetsThe streetsThe streetsThe
The Deaths DeathsThe DeathsThe DeathsThedeatbs
The Thedeatbs deaths are as 8 follows followsYoung followsY followsYoung
Young Y a c 3 Cheatham 125 North De DeVlUJer DeVillier e eVDJler
VlUJer streetv street streetW
W v M Wtlkerson 520 20 DeLecn DeLecnstreet DeLeGltreet DeLecnstreet
street streetMtee streetMiss treet11M
Miss Gibson St Anthonys bospival hospi hospital bopltal ¬
tal talThe
The deaths of all were expected by bytile bytJte bythe
tile physicians as the patients have havebeeu havebe havebeen
been be in a critical condition for the thepast t theMast e etHi
past tHi t two days Mr T Wllkerson WUker on vas raanot vasnot as asJJOt
not expected to live through Wednes Wednesday WednHedy Wednesday ¬
day Bight Miss is8 Gibson expired oar oarthat OiltJaat oarthat
that night and Mr r Chest ClJeatham ham ear earyesterdaj earlY earlYyesterday earlyyesterday
yesterday morning
Miss Gibsons Death DeathMiss DeathMI DcathMiss
Miss MI Gibson Gib oa the lady who died at St StAnthonys StAJatJa StAnthonys
Anthonys AJatJa llY hospital wa was taken ther therlor therfor themtor <
for treatment about five days since sinceIt
It to presumed pre umed that she he came fromChicago from fromChicago fromCJdeago
Chicago She had been hoarding af afNo afNo atNo
No 304 East Ea t Wright Wri bt street for 1number 1 anumber 1Dumber
number of weeks we > > k and was taken 1i 1ithere 1il 1ilt I Ithere
t there ere She was la pr r taken t en to th thhospital tho r rhospital
hospital o plta1 But liuif Ii It jf i k known sown of her herexcept bPTexeeJt herexcevt
except that jUg pr n M her 1 iAat iAatshe ath athshe attshe
she stated that she he was a misionarv misionarvAn
An address was found among her t tJongJBgs e eiongings elongings
longings presumably that thatbrother of h hbrother haw hawbrother <
brother A telegram sent to the aContinued a aContmaed aContinued
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