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BETWEEN DUMAIXE AND ST. PHILLIP STREETS, . WHERE FEVER FIRST DEVELOPED. Decatur street. Itwu Iiuiuaine and Si. Phillip streets, where the disease first developed, and the Yellow Fever Emergency Hospital, at Xo. .117 Dnmaine street. Since these pho tographs were taken the disease lia spread to the best n-sidenee districts of the city, one ease haviu? apNand on Calhoun street aud another on Jackson avenue. Cases also have been re torted on Constance and Magazine streets, far uutown. and near Louisiana avenue. In the very heart of the garden district of New Orleans. DISEASE APPEARS IN CITY'S GARDEN DISTRICT; FORTY-TWO MORE CASES. (Italian-.! Frna I'ubc Our. flfr claim. tt..r would have icen able. ! ' 11 - hanc'-d th- situations much -jt rn il -! : .of Jh Italsoii" to otlir tov h I.om .tit mil ills'Uyippl na " i" t' nr a mtch In a fiov.!.T in . T'.- .xprMl "' t. "Jl"isv o :' . sen i,.!iiiK paris!i.- 1-. ijljvotij' tt ,U." :o I'lp It:ilLit qu:irtr Ij-M". v. t", f vifini" wre bittni L-y the fi. via mnxquito. ki:m iu:siik: iiiTKicr( )!' (Ill MIIV IMKI-TKII. T'i- Uvt Iibk i-rarluallr s-iir"pil to the t. t ritlvri-" !Jstn't f : ?.". ar.d. fiilnaii.K tli- j-lirt tluit Attonify Jt-ntnJ. h c'i:itnct" ! the ft-ver .mI I" at hi- hi:n i.ii ('alhxini MicH. emu.'.- lh! i.-port I i-!.ii- th.it .iimrijlit n-t:-. oik- 'if th lft knn-Aii rfJIt-MM ami rlitlimm f t!'.;-'' i i s;rick-ji ;it his r-IU-:ice m Jaclc n n ;tv T1U. Ir.i'iuallj. II wouM win, in pll' cf ill irjsi:- -ffortf of tho m r.immitn!. til-f--.-r 2;a or.-jit into th ;ii.!-ii .ll.trict. .! he ri Ik's: and mi-t-t jiroinin-at ii-.- of N-w Ori-:inf ar- I'loat"!. J" .ilpp-irs to new he muvmc in th.it lirc tmii r:i-.- or ti! o report! lo-tlay on Mt jine ami 'nn(an str"ts. ay up mwn. !i-ar ly.nlsian.i avinu-. kIiowiu's the t-iuay proRr-ss It is m.ikiii" uptown. I'iiiuIiII- mor distitir- vi'Jcticrs of a .nulti- y-Ilow-fvT pll,''lf "i- b-int; inati!.-st in JVw Orirans v-ry lay. ISutitiri-rt ati-J rallronl trav-I atf now so ii.itni-ir-.l that tln-y iir :ilnt-t pantlyr'il. Iioi! ilt.it ;t f-- w.k- a;o wt-r- crowd-d anil fit-ii an Utf- a. i"t ; er !(!:)); f.titly well nitw at !-rrH'(i lVopI.' ht.-.f mft thP rity us f.-ist .in th trains t.tuM "arry thorti. Th- iii.n.-u;-r of a prominent sprrss i-mi.iit;- Ktatfi to-fl.iv tiuit his oiri-- Inl ! ilW'i worth of tftn-ltTM ch.ks this trortnni; wttliin tfn ininiit- i i:i;t:s ickptami: ik i tit INK HltsriTAI. ci:impir.tTK. l"-t'tr K'imutid Souchon. jir"5il-iit of tt. Si ti. Koitnl of H-.lth. to-'l.tv issu'il D pi l.-inati-.n to nil p:'rih nnd munlci j..t l-.-,t"ih l)Hrd- urcmc tliom Jo m-njil ! - ts'ilzt- ciTtifir.itcs from Hit; M:trl:i; ii , .-ilc-. lirlJ hy travelers. He - tifd a s-trotiK profit it:U!:.t tht; n ..i -"imiiK of frelitht. howinK hov.- al- i- i t S4). unI-r ll' ir.-d.rii t!iory of i.-!!. n Ct-T inftctlon to cjrtj ontaKlun 'i f-.ltlit-. I'.il ti nnuld e-m that little attention - iKtoK p!l to uc! i;' ntl :idvii-- on tht mii ttf thf hmd of tli- State jtn.ird. 'I it- h.irs mi- cotnK up ticht-r all around. 1 i,j .Mis-" . his cut olf all mails from ? w nrleans imtl lnfe't-d spots. Il will urn ali.nv a mall ti.ii: to b- thron off h lt tlrp.it. . il AllsslItipl lnn h.nt- (juanin d .tR.ilnvt tho jt'lml Ion of k-ro-n 'liv v-ry Impl-mfiit of nar ac.iln-t i.w jack and th- slcconiyia tnuii'.t' w -l i, ritv MiPlsippi towns to a hirst ri r, Iiow-.vtT. will not allow oil to -ti lt iiinirt front N-w rlran. A ar of limr a turn-il mvjy fn.i n v .-l"lppl town y-t-niay. ami a snip mMit i'f f-irhoilc hcM and u'.phur notu rt t.-d from on- of ;c-rt:or Vard.t tran' towns f-day. ti:i KnnK n itr.r.v comi'i.i:ti:i. p.n.i.vzi:n. rrait tv. undt-r sm-H iuir.mt!n rt-Ktil.ttions I .ts naturally lrn .-onip!"-:--' u--ralyi-.i n-s:niihiK to-nmrrow. th "ou win I'licin- announce that It will h.i- onlv on- train out a tl.iy. ,nd that i tl Sun-t Limited, dijurtinc frtim In re at H v noon. litM'tttr Taltor of Tex.i iretl all trans-routltvt-ntl lln-- ht-rr tt-lay timt persons fioni N-' Vrk. f'hll.td-lphla ami t!i K t with tlrlitt-s to th- I'a. Itl.- to-st 1.t .r trl-.in w uld ! livid up for t-n U- n h ditrntlon ramp on th- T.-as lf. tf th-y cam- throuish New irl:tns A i fffort was mad- to jllnv sucli tr.m ruiui'irntal tanKert to arrive in Xi ' rt in hi tior-vnt-d tirs. .mtl In- t-nit out in MTM'ti" I cars. niT't l.-avlm; th-in. hut It wits to no -ff-rt TeH will not allow i-h rrrst'tis to -n'n pa- throucli tt.. I Ik Sta'e Th- Tra ;ind I'.o-itlf vst-m , ., I Ins out ii..tn:iuif.r to c-t two ji.-nt:-r tra of Hits tlty tUllv. but 1 do-s not h-ld out iinv -tt-.id-d lt"pe alom; tint lln- N--r.ics.- Shr-vetior wl!!i two r.ts-s a.r-itv in h?r d-fntio ' Hospital, i-fuse to allow uovihln: or ini h.-Jy from Nw Orl-iia t e-tnr Its por'.t's The Iji'tisvlil and Na-hvll!- Katlroad atrni "ii"" I to-sly that it would not run the htinual ml;lltmm-r t-xruriOn 1-arlRi: i(r Vusust !" for Chi'-ac. St luls :(tt 1 "iitrfst'iiiti which al.-t o-irrtf soroi'l" r-ot-l- to tbie trad- c-itt'-rs. I.I.KIi l.H-.TII FHK i a . iii:tkth imip. twictor Whit- of th- fnitrl Sttr Matin- Hospital frvlco sp.-nj th- -ntlr- day -r oil th- likr cont. tr-tnc to lo,-at a tVtrnlloti oimp for liuil'.i- and Nnsh-11I- trav-Jerr. and h- will probably -mc-o tl . The AvonJ.il- and jsitifell detention rSitnps at flit! to overflow Irs and tto m"r lirm!t are li!nc Issued to thrm until th-Tu-sent cimrt'Mon i r-lie-tl. Th- first l-slslitlon on the prrrnt fe er sltuatlrti was -nui-d as th- I'itv Had lo-rjc'-t wbn th- Hrtndaot rr!iuio '"di-r.snc- !--ame a rlty law- It rvja!te thit ill mipertv hnld-r oil ami or-e3 th-sr fitern wltl-.ln fortv-eicht hour iftr thi" law be MitMs -S-tlr. ui-der heavy j-nally for iailut- to roniply ).-,.- the j-ee-e'tt end untO October 1 property nwn-r are allow -d to u- cb-r--cloth for scre-nlnt-. but aft-r that It ntut b- wire n-ttlSR and r-aar.ent. --w- OrlesT. Is wcrklnc rot only to rid jtielf of ye'Jow fe-cr jiotr. bt:t for all tiir- to cm Tbe wnl cl-an-up rlubs at-befns made permanent orcsntratlon. ivietcr Wtrrtii army of c!f.i-n ar vertrc up th- work of olllnc citi-m and .-leantiuc tht wanl. Ttil coe' on osy n-i iicht. They work by day and mik e'.t They work by day and m: .-..-.. .-1 lav nlan bv n'cht trnv cov To-dar was another lasuft-rablv hot dav the ih-rmorr-eter corns to . du: tne neat j relieve ai e t.i.iv with heavy thundcrstom tbl afterr.cin aad rain. JACKSON CONVINCED THAT MOSQUITOES ARE TO BLAME. rutchuc srEdAU Jackson- Miss,. Aug. I -Doctor , H. Youna of th- Msrlae Hosplta! rcv. r s'ctwit t.. dt.fr with the Miiibitrri f-t-lUvanl of Health, has .aceeed,il in thar- "ki- .-,ini-r!n the City Couccti ot Jck-in that the stegomU raorqsito I the tiKtt of Tllcw fever trar-ralssioa. U,e raattary Inspector on outy went fertl. this nra!tg on aa additior! rch fer cUtem "J fools of water tfc4t haw mt bn c-eened and coml with coat atca Young has participate.! In many , kJ experisneats tnaae by the uvrra lL, rrcent years .to d-mosstratc th e??evtnsg Cf tbe -aasqut'.o theory. !tO. afierrVutW to the teSx municipal luard Xi fcwrr Uieae catrcrtracats. the CITY WILL EMPLOY STEAMBOAT AS YELLOW FEVER HOSPITAL Flout. nn Isolation Ward Will lie Prepared oh the Sleani'-r Ken nwly for SusK?eted Cases and Those With Mild Attacks Doc tor Snodj;ras Farora the Plan and Thinks That Sum Saved to City in Ca; of Any Outbreak Here Will More Thau Competi sate for Initial Expense. Tor the a-.-ommodatlon and treatment of persons Mi-i.-;t-ii of liavlns yellow 1-v-r. th- l:oard cf Health will charter and op-rate tho st-anxr Kenm.-dy as a tlontitis hospital until the danR-r of au -t'id'inic through tlo- intmlsratlon of refu-K-- lia- saf-lv paisetl. Inv-stiKation by Uoctor Charles A. Pit'-Isnis. II-altli 'ottimi.ssion-r. has le v lop-d. lit: iid j-M-riay. a h-avy Indus of ii-rs-ona fram Southern jiolnts within th- spltvi- of contilKinn. and a a result a sp-cbil nu-etins of 111- board followed jes-t-rtlay aft-riioon. INfor- conv-nitiK t!i- tmanl. Doctor StiodKras had t-ady a plan for the sejrr--tatlou ami car- of supSclous cas-s which ttii.y r-:-.c'i Ht I.oui. mid r-t.-oiiimer.deil ih- tinlnt-nant-i- of th- hospital boat as th- must fj.-dbl- tn-ans of stiarlnic the 1 cltv irnnj th- lis.ist-r of an epid-mlc. i In addition to tbe plan.s for tre.itlni; and I lcoiatitic su'fi'-ts. Koctor Snotlcnis sujr tCMil tn-:iUi-s to prevent the ineomiiiK j tif p-rsons knout, or tliousht to have been VDO-wtl to yellow- fever. I'rovt.-ions for a fjuarantln- asalnt the South w-r- not. adopt-il. but the iMKird ex press! d readiti--s to take precautions wli-n-ter th- ll-alth Con-.uiissioner decn's th'-m n-c--sary- ll-iirj- I'.irker. owner of the Kennedy, it the intaii; of Doctor Snodfira. was at th- mi tire y-s.i-rd.iy. He agreed to n nt his ho it front to-morrow until Oc-toh-r I at tt.--iu a month, with the lrivt-1-s" of coritinttinK the; st-amrr In ih city's servic" until November 15. at t!:c same r-nt.il. Mr. llirker i to furnish the crew, coal arid other uect-.-ant' for tiij operation of tl:- lo.it. Doctor Stioilinis. H. A. Forruan. Prcsl dnt of the i.'ity (.Vjncll. and Joseph I. Whyte. Hurbor and Wharf r-ommlsslon-r. will xllt th? Kennedy at her moorings. tiar th- fM.t of IVrry strt. this morning to inspe-t r.-r brftire puttint; h-r into her sici.il coinm.sMon. i"arp-nt-rs nnd scrubwomen will b" rent aboard th- Kennedy to-morrow nmrnlnK Alien yh- f-ach- th- ftnit of Maik-t street, and will rri pari" her for tf- :ih a horpit.lL Tlie carjientt-rs will screen all the doors and window in the boat. A -r-en f very tine mdi will lie used for th- purpos-. The scrubwomen will wash the entire !nt--lor. and Sat-r a corps of sanitary officer will thoroughly fumlpte the boat from st-m to stem. t'ots and mlical Mtpplle- will th-n In placed aboard and the Kennedy will r ready for duty a a combination of ambu lance and hospital. In ronn-ction with the work of prcp- mo-n OlTX.INKS HIS TI.ANS. Poctrr Pnodsras's outline of mlhods. for prte-:ins: St. l"n. Includ-s the ns elenntent of one or two physicians, now on duty at th- iisj-nsoriis. to work on the K-nr.-dy With the physicians there will, b- nur-- s. Th- patients will be tuartered In the stateroom" or cabins while on their way from the. city to Quarantine, on the river, fourt n mil's outh. Thus- who sjmp toms at- mild will remain on th- ltoat un til i hey have iI--l"p"d positive -as.-s or have -ntir-lv recoi.-r-'l. It Is th- board's tbsltc So aoitt supj-ctlnc thee mild cases to th- .ljnt of cont-tcion tbrouqh -v-;tfure to positive tyi . at th- Quarantine. Th- boat'-- cr-u will not be p-rmlttcJ eat or sl-en alo.it ! !ir. Th- dancer or pradi:lc th- fever. "'" '- nrtntmlz.-.! t If It should d-lflOp. ,o th- utn"-t j mimlicrs were thoroughly convlnc-d that I Mndatn- Stegomla is the guilty party. Sveral clttrrni- !so w-r- pr-ent when ! Surg.-on V.iung dellver.il his afMr-ss w-re ' lw fore th- eo.lv fur th purIoe of tle 1 nar.ding" an absolute ouar.mtine with ! guards on all din road, but chanc-d tb.lr I minds aft- r ht-arini: the r-mark of tho loiv-mm tit .-Tert i--.irc-on Voung siv-s a tl-si-ririion oi tne i st-Komia tnoiii'!to that will enable any i person toqui-kly te-ognlze the !n;.-ct. and It Ie of much lm:tance t-caus- oi in- , fa-t tluit v-i-y few i-ron in in- j-ou.u Ia- studied tl-e ubj-ct M:!!lcl-nt!y to li able to re?itni7- on- srwvles of niosijulto from anot;t-r. He av that the stcgoml.j is qui:- smill !n size, fragile cf forr.t nnd It easily killed Ii ! much llght-r ii olor tliaa the averse- tnnqulo and it t-a -k t eoieietl with small utlt- rrit. civlnc It the up-;var.mc- of having l n sprink-d with fi-ur. whf.e th legs ar-- cove-cd with tnn'vfrse bnnd of whit-, rl-arly detlned .'.1-iRg th -ntiri l-ngth ef th- limb. H- d-cbr t!-it the fc-nal- st-gomla .-an onlv rc.-elvt th- poison of a x'-llow-fev-r p.'t:mt into her vtm during th firt three dars' lllnes. and that sh- t enable to communicate It until ten or tw-lve dav 'hereafter. Th- Stat- 1'rurd of H-aith's report to night hows th.it no additlonil yellow -ffvr Infection lv. appeared a' uty point In th- State the oll:arv o at I.urab-r-ton b-ir.c th- enly one under tr-atm-nL SHOTGUN QUARANTINE IN TWENTY MISSISSIPPI TOWNS Jack:on ltls. Aae t Shotgun quaran tines of th- mest FrtmlCr- form ar- b nt- rca'ntaJne.1 bv no ! thin twenty town in th- State. ts regulation lieing t t rigid that no r.-rron etvpt farmers frota th cc-jntry l-r.mfia!e!j urrouc-ling are alUised to eater town. In quite :t ncth-r of rtac pentr tralnr. local ail lirailei. are forbidden to step within the- comraunitl-s. and en sailing through at tb rate of fortv- mll-s per hour Th peoi'! have withdrawn theKtse'e frcta contact with Ifc- entire outside world, and will maintain tbl i-tathM... until the nw from New or- leins iriilcates that the infectitin Is under I There not a town In MisirtrPt to day where a trancer l r-rmtttedto en ter wlstoct a be-lth certl6c.t- bjjwlng hi wher-abot.t tot tb- Ust ten days, and la a Urg number cf town tfcee eert!.. cat are n rc-ocnircd und-r any ctr cutaticcs. :cgrill-s if who !s tee Quarantines or esrclal rigidity are be-i- .1 .i.i be Vitehex. MerWtaa. Vlckibtrg. Magsl5a- Greenville ar.d Can- j ton. Tbee towns are E"'?"1'.' to make the .regulation sfilttat crow oolJ not y over J llaalu witttt ixif fctvogat t tn- rutL.n f,r f Iia -r'riTi f . -3rtr0 nrttli veilow vir or Viin'riotK -VniPtotn s-v- ,:,'r "mlts but on- case and the injury to lCl&ktln!!,2ZtoK ?UrS!"CeIXnbeSc-?,-,,no?,t'"he-YoVt Utt-d as iT!dence for th- patl-nts In tile J: 1 r . Jw lllVill LSSl ZL 'L tw-rtoj of u-olatlon. All th.Ue hottest are J?!, '!jr.I,T. ,?. B contem- ! !rLn'L "Tli?.;. tr'myU' Vt,xd persons leaving St. Iul3 1-1. .IIV-llil' . -.' l ......v .....x..... YELIX)W In explaining lil preference for the use of a boat In hatidlinR probable ca-3 of yellow fever. Iioctcr Snodras yald yes ter.lav: "My investlnatlon has convinced me that a cr-at many persons from Xcw Orleans and other points In the zone nf danger are dally coming to St. Iui". In their num ber may he a case of yellow fever. "To wait until the last minute before takimr action would subl-ct the city to Imth im-ater danper and larKer cost than prompt measures will do. "Only the oth-r day we tletr.inetl a Greek who was on hts way from New Orleans to New York. He had sllpht ymptou of fever, and we were forced lo house liim In the old Citv Hall over rilBlit. "At th- moment w were not ready to undertake th- Isolation ar.d tr-stment of n ca?e of yellow fever. To send the man to Quarantine would hav- amounted to cruelty at that time. On the oth-r hand. If hts ca- had proved positiv-. we should rot have b-n ah!- safely to remov- him I to any other nuart-rs. and. in the mean . tltr.e. we would have Jeopardised hundred) by leaving him In the room auovo tre dispensary. "My plan for a bat Ftrlkes me as al most io-al for St. ?ni"-. If we should dioorer any cases amons th hundreds of refuRc-s who are flo-k'nir h-re we could, with th- boat In cur s-rvic-. take them promptly, comforlahlv ami safely to cot t.ices W- have rrovided at Quarantine for the purposes of trratment ami d-tention. ISOAT AS AMittr.xrii "Instead of employinir ambulances to make th- lour and Injurious trip to Qunr-Bntin-. we may now u the Inat. On board the pitl-t:t will liavt Kood air. a ctimfcrtabl- eot. a skillful nurse and a cotnp-tetit nhysiclan. Th- sufferer will If- spar-d the inconvenience of a mush ride in nn anih-ilanc-. "If th- cks.1 snpeete.l -should prove to be som-thinu be?ide vello-a- f-vcr. and this discover?- is mat!- in time, we shall simply hold the patimt alxnr.l the joat until he i fullv r-covrr-d. at !-nt front th- suspicious symptoms. In that way h will not have to undergo the hard-ship or the tlatiRer of conflnem-nt In Qiiamntlr.o. wh-re. probably, ther- mllit be positive cas tif the f-ver. "Tii- con of th-? beat and it operation may sm. at llr.-t srlanc-. tco irreat to in cur for the mere probability of an epl-d-rr.lc In St. Iouls. but th- prompt Illa tion and treatment of a "inul- care of vellow fev-r. In my cplnion. will jurtlfy th- tpne. I-t It b- known that St. Ir.iis had In for env point in Arkansas. Tennessee. M!sllppl. T-xas or I.oul-lana would have to li-sr a certificate of health hive be-n ifsueil by the railroads ent-rinit thos-.' States in pursuar.ee to instructions re ceived by the mnnaiter. from medical cf tlcers there. fnlesM travelers are provide! with the necessary bill of health, railroads will refuse to s-ll tickets to them. The Health Commissioner's efnce yes terdav Issaet rev-nty-fiv- certificates, principally to sal-rmen travelinc throujjh the States named. In order to accommo date applicant the Htclth Oommis-slon-r's ottrr will make special arrange ment for iuinir the certificatei. h-;t th-suCKf-tlon ! made that t-r.ons Int-i.ilir.c to ent.r the Stat" ha vine quarantine should k!v to the Health iTomm:.:.r.rr e.irH notice, so that there will lie no ..' lav." ground and questioned abcut his h-alth certificate. Whether or not It b necessary to main tain dirt-road o,uarant!nc and prevent all inttrcoure i-tween noninft ctetl olnts. 1 a iju nicn on which public opinion 1 very much divided, but. nevertheless, many town. have seen tit to ta' this action and th-lr power 1 nbolute when they dt-ciu- to do $i. In th- small lorrj : dlrt-roid quarantlr.es ar- malntaln-i! bv volunteer guards but imroibI- In th- larger mis sjsum t plac-i. wh-re it Is ric-ssiry to hire guards for quarantine posts, arid lr th- syt-m is to be kept y.p for any 1-r.gth of time 11 will Involve r v-ry heavy expn. In Jackson, for Instance, it would cost ! twen fsw ar.d tTrt per week to prcperly quaranline the ronls. YELLOW FEVER SUSPECTS AT NEW YORK RELEASED. New York. Aug. I Prac-leally all sus picion that yellow- f-ver -l's among per sons und-r det-r.tlon wh- have l--n tak en cfT st-aroer from Southern iort In th- put few day, was r-ciovetl to-day. S-i-n nrst-cabin pass-r.ger taken eff the st-atn-r 1'rot-us from. New Orleans yesterday wer- rele.is-tl to-day The h-.ilth otSc-r announcd nlsu that live men taken from tlie freight steamer El 5ud yesterday, and -I-v-n memb-rs of the S'gttranca cr-w. -ho were taken to the Iter.ticn Ho-pltal ill Ian S-iturday. will t-e fr-cd to-daj- T R O O R L A T P I F f The Simmon. Cnntnanv -Ik axaUccti. ri (nBjRni. 1-g.ter. S. b lawaai' " tl -- rlJlT ,f -- -'ZrwJr inn,-ior.nluumAmii,""","'"M,M,w faassteiesj'.a-aama, - aiAkf-r a iwe)efe. .. :jMMMMMMatjaaBawawMawawawawawawawawasssssssaaaawasiMM FBVER EMERGENCY IIOSPITAI SATO SAYS JAPAN WILL NOT MAKE UNREASONABLE DEMANDS Jlarou Koimira's Official Mouthpiece Makes Statement. Iteplyiug to Itanor That Peace Comniisnon Is Likely to Ask More Than the Czar Will Yield China Will Retain Dominion Over Man- riuiria, if Understnndin; Is Arrived At Disposition of Korea Is Somewhat in Doubt. u DENIES ; AMERICAN GUNNERS AIDED ADMIRAL TOGO. nSI'fntJt' .I'KCIAU New York. Au?. L Tlic demands of the Japanese at tt.e coming peace conference Jit Portsmouth will be reasonable, accord ing to a statement triad- to-day by A. 5u to. Itaron Komura's official mottthpli-ce. The tone if the foreign dlypatcbes which appear to indicate a general li-ll-r that th- Mikado -v-Ill ask more than the Cz-ir will yield was th- occasion for the decla ration by Mr. Sato, which had all the force of an otti-ial ansounc-m-ut. In talking of the probable course of Japan lit the -vitit that peace is tl-claretl as a result of ih conference, nnd tliat the evacuation of Manchuria by the Kussians Is uo-ompllsl-.ct. X'r. Sato s-ild that China would regain tier dominion over Man churia. "Japan has no Intention of exacting Manchuria." he said, "nor do we want any of China's territory, t'hlna is the rightful owner of this lain!, and to China it should r-vert " Ai to Korea. Mr. Sato was not so posi tive. "I don't know just what disposition will be made of Korea.'' he said. "That will depend gn-atlv upon the conference. Korea has a!r-.idv made great concessions t th? Jajiar.cse tiovernmeiil. and these may be follou.ii by iitlters." "Tlie Ituslatis. when they occupy country. !o not eolonlzo It very much, do th-v?" was arfc-tl. "It takes a long time to color.itr. a coun try thorouchlv." "Hut the Japan-ie have thoroughly Japanrsed KonnosaT' V. tiie p-ople. b-fore we took It a.ter the war with China nn years ag". were '!iipce In a scarcclv civihsml state. Noir th- coutitrj" has made great strides In ln tltttrv and agriculture. It 1 oivcrneil by i-..-.;,.. .im,-ini w lilio.it n lar!iuni?nt. sotnethlns like a llrltish crown colony., but some- of the officials are Chinese who nave, be-n naturalized as Japanese. The statement that alottt eighty gunners had deserted from tlw American warships composing the .Viatic tt-et when the war began, and luvl shipped anoint Admiral Togo's v-sscIf. giving him the advantage of their expert gunnery, was denied with seme heat by Mr. tfato ...... "Such a statement Is aliu!-.tely false. li declared. "Tlie ships of Togo were, manned exclu-tx-Vy by Japane. Uehatl perfected our gunnery- heforo the war. The Gttvernmenl yacht Mayflower Is at anchor off Kills Island, awaiting thear rlval of M. Witt. the senior Iiu-slan I'eace Ambaalor. who Is on the Kaiser Wllhelm tier Orosc. which Is due to-morrow. The Ilussl.-in envoj- and his suite will sail on the Mayflower, ami the Japanese; .in tito Iw.tt.h1n for I'ortsmonth. convoyed I bv the t'nlted States cruiser Culverton. A. stow rtm will be nu-.ci-, iinu i in r.m e ITrtM thit the Galveston and hr convoy will r-acli Portsmouth, wiiere tli- peace conference is to lw held, before August .. LINEVITCH SAYS HIS ARMY HAS NEVER BEEN SURROUNDED St. Petersburg. Aug. l.-General I.lne- SAYS LOUISIANA IS BEING INVADED rwnllaaed Prsat Page Qae. larlon or Ixiuirlana waters, and our attor ney ntlvl'-s me to ask you to wire proper stithorltl-s In Washington at once t In tervene or take matter In hand yourj-elf. Governor HUiiehaid th-n addr-ss-d the following telegram to Governor ardaman of Mississippi: . , "Have information Mississippi patrol boat has tcohililt-d tlsliermen from fishing in l.ik- llorgne juid 1 now guarding exit of 1ike ISorpn- Canal, preventing boats from cotrlng out. Is thin by your ordrs or those of health authorities of your Stater . . , "No such sta.- of affairs can be tol erated. You have right to prohibit boats landing on Mu-sisslpp! shore. but not from navigating lak-. sound nnd gul. chanr.-ls which are naxlgable. waters of th- t'nltet! States." ;ovi:kor vakdamax i.Y! "T JIV OKDKIti." To-nlcht Govtrnor Itl.ir.charJ r-c-Ivfd the following ines-.ige from Governor Vanlaman of Sliislsslppt in rerly to first telegram sent: "Please l-t kind enough to wire m at what tiolnt te ipi-uantin- guards, nrme.1. cross.. 1 lo Iulstanii f.ld-. that I may or der tt.-m back. It was don- without my knowl-tlg- or orders." Gov-rnor' Hlancrurd wlreti back that MIsllppl guards crossed at Pearl Klver Station. L.iuMin.1 has the UnitM States train ing ship .Stranger statlon-d here for h-r r.aal brlga-l" That vessel is at the serv ice of the Stat?, but Governor Rtanchard learned to-d.iv that the ship draws 12 fe-t of watj-"tnd cannttt g-t into the ln- A Won derf ul Sale of Seasonable Glassware. Br.i.f.H,. cs, hmpw. IT IS truly a value-Rlvinp sale in every way. The assortments are enormous sd fpond totvery J '" !& itS! I Ornamental Giarawarc. The jtoods are frsh aad new. in the latest shapes aad P"fns. P" and Jac !?? ffsd. biers. Vase. Salts and Peppers. Pitchers. Bowls. Celery Trars. Jelly Stands. Etc.. at prices that make It economical to snppry yo-r aeeaa for months to come. . . ., 15-Medi tack Bowls on Staid I Water Tumblers I Ftrted Jellies tr Cffts Pressed Mtiri Oati Vmcs ..."..-:.. ......"-: i;icn imiisiir.r - cui mass: va-ues .: -al- for.. .isv usfor ., The We te.'tVre fje tniim -iy rtil tJcir ani ireeai. CVH yvevai- j3 7.1 ""'"'i" .- sas 1 r:i -mm s NO. 317 DLMAIXE STREET. ltch has telegrapheil to the Kmjror. un der d ite of July a. dtnying the frequently publNhetl reports that his army was com-p!-tely hurroutiileil. He says that the army has never been In any tlingerotis illIon. The Hanks have never tteen turtivu. although the Japanese sought to do so. "The Japanese are some distance from our ptincipal positions, having failed in their attempts to approach them." Tho General adds: "Tl:- morale of the troops in.-plres me with complete confidence that the army is ready for anv task." PRESS OF ST. PETERSBURG COUNSELS PEOPLE TO WAIT. St. Petersburg. Aug. 1. The Ituss. the Novo Vn-ma ami other representatives of tho Kiisvlan pr-ss to-day counsel pa tience for the brief Interval before the meeting of the peace plenipotentiaries, anil dwell on the futility of attacking men of straw l-'fore It Is detlnltely known what terms the Japanese propose. The Ituss says: "M. Witte lias definite Instructions as to what demands will be absolutely unac ceptable, and will know what course to adopt If such demands are prescntetl. We are Ignorant of the Japtn-se proposals, but will know what they are In a few days. Meanwhile, let u watt." D'scusi-lng the supposition that a com bination of the Powers might let formed to exert pressure for the modification of extortionate Japanese demands. M. Xera loff. the spokesman of tho Foreign Of llce. iti an Interview In the Gazetta. de clare? that however a proposal might, be advantageous to other Powers. ltttsla never would be tne mover or sucn a proj-ct. as It believes that all question) conr.cctd with the settlement of the should be decided directly between the two countries Interested. China, he snld, haal advanced no claim to compensation for losies sustained on ni-counl of Manchuria being tho theater of war Diseasing the question of credentials. M. Xenitoff said M. Witte's powers were gr-.i t.-r than SI. Witte lilmseir had stated and weie equivalent to a tun power oi Httornev. and that "In the conduct of the negotiations tho plenipotentiary will ap pear for tho absolute mater of the eoun trv which had confirmetl the trust In him." Nevertheless. SI. Witte. he said, had been instructed as to maximum conces sions, and If the Japanese demands ex ceeded these there would be nothing to do but to break off the negotiations. The Svlet nlro declares thnt China Is without standing in court regarding Man ehurinn damages, and that Itussln never will pay for the privilege of shedding her blood In a country to which she was called bv the "baser" outrage. The chlnee Minister at Paris. Mr. Sou-tig. has arrlvtd In St. Petersburg. He bad n conference at a resort la I-Inland to-dar with the Chinese Jllnister to Itu sla. Mr. Hoo. !ete. wl.ern the Vardaman craft Is said to l-i cruiing. The Stran-rer would tic helpless either at pearl ltlv-r or the Hlgnlettes. Th- IMil'fcira Oyt-r Commission boat, tiie !otil!an.-i. one of the swiftest In the Gulf carrying a six-pound gun. Is about th- onlv thing at Governor Illancliard s cemmand. should he desire to order out a Beet. ! ORIGIN OF MORGAN CITY CASE REMAINS MTSItKT. r.ri't-m.tc ppkciau Morgan Citv. I.i.. Aug. 1. Th- one ra of vellow f-ver here remains a mystery as to Its origin. Hichard Dalton. son or John Dalton. a prominent merchant, is the victim. Th- family arrived h-re Thtirdav of lat week from Hot Springs. Ark., crossing the Mislslppl Itiver at Hurnslde. there- bv way cf Donaidson vllle and Th-li- to thl place. They were not In New Orl-ans. CHERRY GETS WARM WELCOME Diiqiioin Thief Met by Itic Crowd on Return From .fail. Rr.rftii.ic spkciat Duquoln. 111.. Aug. l.-Chlef of Police . V Cn-rry arrivel In Duquoln this evn in'g at f from th- Sangamon County Jail and was met at the depot by I..V Htiiott miner and friendn to welcom- his return. . , . .. ,. . Mayor Pope nr.d several of the I.nltcd Vln- Work-rs officials escorteil him to th parlor of form-r Mayor Krooklng. whre n formal r-c-ptlon was tendered htm. Ad-dres-s from s-v-ral prominent speakers were delivered, which received loud ap-plaus-. ....... t u t fc....,. eeftial i mu-iwi i-. "J'.r"'i,.rr -"y'.;- Simmons Company KK. f tttetone&cl&s&ea: Tho Republic Bmldiaff. On Olive Street at Serenth. JEROME WILL RUN AS INDEPENDENT Says if That Slavei ers. Defeated It Will Show People Are Political i Appeal Direct to Vot- RnrrnMe steciai. New York. Aug. 1. William Travers Jerome. District Attorney of New York County. Is out for re-election to that of tlce as an Independent candidate, his ob ject being to destroy the political machin ery of the Democratic and Kepubllc-a parties In Xe York. He Issued a statement yesterday an nouncing his candidacy, and supplemented tils with n statement this afternoon. Among other things, he laid great stress on what ho said was the Importance of breaking iloi the solidarity of the pres ent machine. He said h- knew that tho Iti.ple were not "politically free." but whether they would break from the. bondage to which they had In tbe past submitted themselves would be proved, he asld. In the coming election. Mr. Jerome dwelt on this question so strongly that he made It plain that If he was not re-elected the people would proyo themselves not to be "politically tree, while If he should be successful tho would show themselves. In his opinion, to be Independent voters. WIIJ. IGNORE MACHINE. Ills statement. In part, reads: "I am personally an unimportant factor In the principle Involved, that principle being the breaking down of the solidarity of the present machine, by going over th heads of the leaders and making a Olrect appeal to the people. it seems to me mat tnts is a took -v ( proprlate time to make the test whether "r n"t ire people oi mis cwa&iry are v lltlcally free, as they believe themselves to be. As an Instance of what I mean 1 re call the fact that shortly after I was elected to this office 1 received a visit from William H. Morris, then chairman of the Itepubltcan Countv Committee, who sub mitted to me a list of names of people who. be thought, were suitable for posl- j tlons us. assistants ana aepJty assisiwui ann asgtng me 10 anpomi mrm ia" this nun hail the indorsement of one dis trict and that man had the Indorsement of another. "I told him that while there was no rea son that I should not appoint them be cause they were Indorsed by a political machine. I wanted to get a staff of as sistants thst were capable of doing the work efficiently. Irrespective of "pull- DON-T RELIEVE IX "PCU." "Xot a single appointment was made In anv office because any one man had the Indorsement of any political organiza tion. I hop- that the public will see this In the yam-light as Is It. Whether I am successful or not in thl effort will not shake my faith In It. While I have held this office I have undoubtedly made a gr-at many enrmles. and I have been the subj-rt of criticisms which have at times been extremely hostile. "What I believed .In the outset Is thst by advocating this principle It will er: me a discussion bringing forth the fact that the people are not politically free. I tielleve It will show that two men for whom the p-ople are given tha privilege of voting, neither of whom they had any choir- in selecting, will not stand the tet." Mr. Jerome- says that he will accept any nomlnatlon or Indorsement from political bodies that be may do "with honor.' Tl-oe who have advised him that this was tbe proper step for him to take be lieve thst should he be successful In bis fight and re-elcted a severe blow will bo dealt to the primary system as It now ex ists, as well as to the one-man power. RAILWAY MEN TAKE OUTING. Mound City Council Visits Forest Park Highlands. National t.'nloc. Mound City Council, comprising a membershtp of several thou Kin.l railway men In St. !uls. held in outing in n body at Korest Park Highlands "nerry Johnson arranged the programme for th- occasion. Including a visit to the leorrotes. others on the kntertainment Committee were: Charles H. Crane. GTrge Howes. Henry Von Phul Taylor and II. C. Towr.send. IS NOT ENGAGED TO HYDE. Mis Gladys Deacon Not to Marry Equitable Magnate. Xew York. Aug. 1. The reported engage ment of Mls Gladys Deacon and t"! H. Hvd was given authoritative denial te dav by a member of Miss Deacon s fam.ly .-.!..... t.. AM i iciy pm .... .-.-w . i low 1 35c sale price, eacn. .. desirable ror aweet peas. Our Semi-Annual Sale offers savings that range about one-third to one-half regular prices. $15 Suits now at $ 9.7S f 18 Suits now at $1 1.7$ 20 Suits now at $14.75 f25 Suits now at $1175 (30 Suits now at $24.75 f35 Suits now at $24.75 "LEE KEPT MONET FARRIS' DEFENSE. Ciatlwew gra raw this afternoon several wraaglw """"' uenrnu tiaaiey aad Morton .. .." "" Place. J"ld', Mr Jourdan. tb defens t ! resented by former Mayor Jamea A. Kaed of Kansas city. Colonel Janes Moor of The States case Is being looked after by Attorney General II. a? Hadter. Itfa aa ststant. John Kennbh. a. w. fMraett of. Sedalta and Prosecuting Attorney Monro -!! ?I .S0!e.Coun,? $" featur ef tn General Ifadley each has been Prosecuting Attorney of Jackson County. Now the" are opposing one another In this, one of the most Interesting of all the boodl trials. During the tilts between the opposing lawyers to-day the eyas or tne spectators centered on the defendant. FarrtsT who oc cupied a seat between James) A- Reed and Slourton Jourdan. two of his attorneys. and prompted them occasionally. He was calm, and through the hitter arraignment of Attorney General Hadley listened at tentively, but was not In tho least un nerved. Store, than alxtr witnesses bar been summoned to testify, and It Is not llkelr mat in- trial will Friday or Saturday. be concluded befor Thomas R. Gibson of Springfield, Mo, the witness for whom an attachment was sued last night, was in the city all dur ing the aft?rnc.on yesterday. Thla fact was not known, however, by th court, and It was believed that he was trying to avoid giving his testimony In the Farrts case. isovr.wic-jTsj op ocr.i nmn Uierpi. Aug. l.-SalU-l; Steamer Bsana! Boston its Q-jntown. e New Tor. Aug. I. Arrived: Cerla. from !Jrerjiool: tlremen. from Kremen. vil""w..T"rk' Aug. I; Klll: KntnpMns Wit helm, rtynicmh. ."hrturg anl Krrawn: Pan rnla. N'aple. Trlte an.l FUlme CHasgnw. Aug. l.-Arrlied: Furneawa. j,w Tcrk via MoTtlle. Artwerp Aug. X Arrived: Kroonlaad. Xew T-rk via IJoim-. Naples. Aug. 1. Arrived: prin AdeOiert. Knr Turk. OtriatlanU. July S.-Salld: L'Dltad State zx-rn Tip-nnsgen nr ineir tors. lond-n. Aug. I. Sailed: CohmiMaa. Ilone-Konar. Julr 21. arrltr.d- flnrte Franctaro via H-nnluiti and Tnlri'tunia Xew York. Aug. L Arrtred: Mtaaasaolt. Inodcn. . Go to T-aughiin'a. Sereatb aad tnciaW. for good things to eat. ELECTION COMMISSIONERS WILL RECOUNT BALLOTS. rate flap Caws lasae writ f riwklMttoa. ataard WHI ta Cateat Cases. The Board of Election yesterday discussed th procedure m thai contests of Charles Wiggins against, James Y. Player and J. W. Dunn aamiaat James SI. Franclacus. In which decisions' were rendered by the Circuit Court Mon day. Xotlce that the court has ordered ths opening of the ballot boxes and the re. counting of the ballots is expected to be served on the members of the board by the Sheriff to-day. Unless the Supreme Court tesnes a writ ' of prohibition th- count will begin lm-i mediately on service of the court's order, according to a decision reached by the board yesterday. MOODY AND ROOSEVELT TAUC.J i President and Attorney General Spend Day Together. Oyster Bay. Aug. 1. President Roosevelt and Attorney General Moody were In con ference at Sagamore Hill throughout tho day. and Mr. Moody to-night Is a guest of the I "resident. After the disposal of the Prsetdent'p executive business this mornlnar thev had an opportunity to consider the question which brought the Attorney General to Oyster Hay. They spent the day about th Ssca more Hill grounds; taking a horsebaolg ride this afternoon. Xo statem-nt about the results of their conference was made. Tlie Attorney Gen eral expects tra depart to-morrow morn ing for Xew York, whence he will pa di rectly to Washington. NEW MANAGER DALLAS HOTEL Otto Herald of St. Louis Takes Charge of the Oriental, t r.rrrituc st'Ectai. I Dallas. Tex.. Aug. I. Otto Harold f St. tuls to-lay succeeded a. E. McIIhVnny as manager of the Oriental Hotel. Dallas. Mr. Herold .s treasurer of the Oriental Hotel Association, of which his fatbr. O-mmodo.-e Ferd Herold. of St. Iouls. Is pr-sident, Sir. SIcIlhenay of the Oriental ten years. The Simmons Company T R O 0 R L A T P I F Xe ana aoisr.. muaaipj shape to popur ana I t -F-r3V--vtV --t.-rt -. ie-sfef; 5J'!-li. 'JHete- --.- si