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AXBUaUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
AIJiUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, SKPTEMHHR 2, 1905.
PEACE COMMISSION RUNS
AGAINST S0ME1M0RE SNAGS
Japan Insists on Fortifying Sakhalin but Russia
Refuses to Interpret
FORTIFICATION OF STRAITS MATTER OF DISPUTE
THE ONLY WAY NOW
TO DEATH IN METAL PITS
Sitting On Arm of Crane Over Seething Metal Pits
Nels Anderson Lost His
Russia Contends Must Not Be Like Gibralter Open In Name
But Closed When England Desires
It To Be
ARMISTICE NOT YET AGREED
Portsmouth, X. II.. Sept. 2. It 13
expected that the text of the peace
treaty between Russia and Japan will
be completed today. One or two arti
cles remain to he drafted. Two cal
lgraphers trom the stale department
are already here to begin engrossing,
and the indications are that the cer
emony of signing the t;eaty can take
place Tuesday at the latent, possibly
Long Night Conferences,
There was a series of conferences
last night which continued until al
most midnight, relating to the differ
ences over the article about the sub-
divlsion of the Island of Sakhalin. Thejvelt to Washington. Such business as
envoys at first were Inclined to beoli-'is not of a pressing nature will be
durate but an arrangement mutually i postponed until the president can take
satisfactory was provisionally agreed , it up directly with the cabinet offlc
to. and it is expected to he finally J eis at the White House. At present It
signed by the chief plenipotentiaries i is the president's intention to leave
dm ing the day.
ARRANGING FOR TROOPS
Portsmouth, N. H.. Sept. 2. The
article relating to the Island of Sak
halin will he in accordance with the
original agreement as given in the As
sociated Press dispatches of Tuesday i
night, namely, mutual obligation not!0ttier,
tO fOrtity Sakhalin and an Obligation I
of Japan not to fortify La PerouseJ
1 he other question which remains to
he solved la involved in the details
of the evacuation of Manchuria. All
troops are to be Immediately with
drawn, the Japanese to Mukden and
the Russians to Harbin. The details
of the subsequent withdrawal have
not been arranged.
SOLDIERS IN MANCHURIA
GRATEFUL TO MR. WITTE.
Gunshu Pass, Sept. 2.-The news of
. tMfv contained la H Wi't'-'g -v.
sage to Emperor Nicholas was com
municated to the troops today. It
produced a good impression. Positive
of soon returning home, there wns
awakened a sincere feeling of grati
tude towards M. Wltte.
ANOTHER SERIOUS TROUBLE
ARISES IN THE TREATY
Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 2. The
Japanese desire that the wording of
the treaty shall describe the status of
I.a Peruuse straits as "open," but the
Russians want It distinctly specified
thaf no fortifications should be erect
ed on the Japanese side, which could
support a war fleet or under whose
support a fleet could be placed. They
do not want the situation to be siml-
Jar to that of Gibraltar, which al
though "open." could, if England de
sired, he instantly closed.
As to the evacuation of Manchuria,
the Japanese want method and time
In withdrawal, the troops to be par
ticularized and the number of "rail
road guard," which are to remain, al-
MARSHALL FIELD AND RICH
WIDOW MARRY IN LONDON
London, Sep:. 2 Marshall Held,
the wrali: v C.l a); merchant, has
been granted a special license to mar
ry Mrs. Delia Spencer Caton, of Chica
go. The wedding will take place tiext
Marshall Field, whose wealth is var
Travers Island Swimming Races, t
New York, Sept. 2. The second,
series of swimming races in the con
test under the auspices of the New
York Athletic club for tue anjateur
athletic union swimming champion-1
ship, for l'."i5. Is coming off at Tra-'
ver's Island today. The attendance
this morning was very large and the
conditions favorable. The progiam
for today includes the contests for
ttie diving and the 220-yard champion
ship, also several novice and handi
cap events at 1"0 yards. Among t ie
contes'ants for the diving champion
ship are Dr. (Seorpo H. Sheldon, of
the Missouri Athletic dub: D. T. Ham
mond, of Chicago; Hector Demers.the
Canadian champion and Fred A. '
Wenck, Walter I.ee and Philip Kear
ney, of the New Yo.k Athletic club. I
WOMANISH CONDUCT OF THE
AGED GENERAL SICKLES
New York. Sept. 2. It is not sur
prising and wl.l scarcely cause any
comment if some soft hearted or soft
brained woman goes Into hysterics ov
er tiie death of her pet dog or cat and
gives i'eivelf up to the most extrava
gant g: i f over ills ileuiise. but the
j-pectucio of a veteran soldier, who
fought witli distill! thin in the civil
war, doing the same thing, is rather
strange. Winn Bo Bo, the pet Blen
heim spaniel of General Daniel K.
Sickles died the other day. General
ON IN ALL OF ITS DETAILS
so specified. The Japanese say that to
leave this question open would be
equivalent tp tacit understanding that
Russia is to retain her "sphere inf.u
ence" In Manchuria. This would re
vive the very situation which existed
before the war. The control of Man
churia might become again the bone
of contention, leading eventuully to
PRESIDENT WILL ENTERTAIN
ENVOYS AT SAGAMORE HILL
Oyster Hay, N. Y., Sept. 2 Arrange-
! ments have been shaped In a tentative
way for the return of President Roose-
Oyster Bay for Washington on Septem
In the meantime at Sagamore Hill
he will receive and entertain the Rus
sian and Japanese plenipotentiaries.
It is expected they will lie the guests
of President and Mrs. Roosevelt at
luncheon, the Russians being enter-
tained one day and the Japanese an
Th nrpslilcnt will make nr formal
expression concerning the conclusion
Df peace untli the treaty shall have
General King In Denver
Denver, olo., Sept. 2. General J. R.
King, commander in chief of the G.
A. R, arrived here this morning and
opened official headquarters for the
thirty-ninth annual encampment to be
held here next week
The party received an ovation on
alighting from the train, and were es-
local veterans, beaded by Gen. George
W. Cook and band.
They proposed to visit Cheyenne to
day. LAND DISCOVERED
IN ARCTIC REGIONS
Stockholm, Sept. 2. A letter from
Reikiavik. Iceland, written by a mem
ber of the Duke of Orleans' Green
land party, says that the expedition
has discovered a new unknown land,
which they named Terre de France,
and they also discovered that Cape
Bismarck is part of a large Island, and
is not the mainland, as hitherto as-
CHOLERA IN GERMANY
SHOWING LARGE RESULTS.
Berlin, Sept. 2. The Reichs An-
zeiger officially announces this after
noon that 43 cases of cholera and 17
deaths occurred in Germany up to
iously estimated at between $100,000,
uoo and $150,000,000, was seventy
years old August 18.
Mrs. Caton, who Is reputed to he
worth between $1,000,000 and $2,000,
"oo, is forty years old. She Is the
Aidow of Arthur Caton, who died last
American Soldiers In Toronto,
Toronto, Out., Sept.' 2 The Seventy-fourth
regiment of New York Na
tional Guards arrived here from Buf
falo, N. Y., this morning, accompan
ied by a band of s'xty pieces. The
visiting soldiers. Who carried their
aims and completo marching outlit.
were received by an enormous crowd
which cheered them when they shep
ped from the train. The officers of
the Queen's Own regiment were sta
tioned at the station and gave the
American officers a heaity welcome.
The visiting soldiers marched, with
tin- band playing martial airs, to their
camping g. ound, and all along the
line of march they were cheered by
the crowds. In the altetiioon they
w re presented to Lord Giey,
Sickles was heart broken. lie became
quite hysterical over his bereavement
and showed more iirief over the death
of his pet dog than most people would
over the death of a dear friend or a
member of their family. He had the
dog p'aeed in a magnificent coffin In
which the animal lay in state in the
patlor of the Sickles residence. The
dog was finally buried in the Sickles
faml.y lot in Beach vood cvmeft ry.
New RocUelle, ami the gem ral shed
copious tears over the grave of his
UNION ft EN PREPARE
FOR LABOR DAY
Preaching At tlks' Opera
House Sunday, Parade and
BANKS AND BARBER SHOPS CLOSE
Tomorrow morning at the Elks' op-
.m hmiat tliA mem berst nf 1 he viiri-
ous lab- t unions of the city will as- j
bLinble with their families for public i
worship I Rev. Hugh A. Cooper will
occupy he pulpit. and will preach a;
sermon specially prepared for the day.
During the past five years the clergy-1
men of the various cities have affiliat- j
ed themselves with labor unions for
purpose of assisting in promoting the
object of the unions which aim to pro-
mote the physical and morai well be
ing of their members.
The Presbyterian church has been
quite active In this direction. In Chi-
cago are the headquarters of a com
mittee whose whole time is devoted to j
work along moral and spiritual lines!
among the members of labor unions. '
During the recent labor troubles in I
Chicago a minister was sent who
spent his whole time visiting miners:
at different points and rendering j
them such aid In the line of his call
ing as he could. In Chicago the min-1
isters select one of their number as
delegate to the central labor union 1
and he attends ail the meetings and i
stands ready to serve the men pro- j
fesslonally .when they need his help.
The same arrangement has been made
in other cities, notably In Portland
and Seattle. The ministers of San
Diego have been assigned a place In
the labor parade and will march with
their fellow laborers next Monday.
The committee In charge of the La
bor day exercises In this city decided
to introduce a novelty by accepting
the invitation of the Presbyterian
church to meet at the opera house at
il a. in. tomorrow for worship. The
plan has been approved by the mem
bers of the various labor unions of the
city ami as much Interest Is manifest
ed a large crowd Is expected.
A special musical piogram has been
ananged which is given below:
Organ Prelude Dro from Hymn of
Praise . Mendelssohn
The Way of Peace," Lloyd
Mrs. F. B. Schwentker
Mr !. C. 'I d1or
Postlude "Marciu- Pontificate ....
The luu.-ic wi.l he un ler the charge
if Mr. F. I!. Se.iwetitksr. oiginist and
Piogram for Mtnday.
TliJ bauk.s and harber i'lops of the
iiy will observe l.aoor dr. bv closing
.id day, and aimott a'i the business
houses will close dtu'in;' the after
noon. Sunday hours v i I lie observed
at the postoff ice.
At 'J .10 in the flowing the various
li'io- iii.ii us .f the city w.li congre
ge' near the L!ks opera house, and
win.iig run a procession, wi l march
east ou Gold avenue to Pi: tt street,
in n li n to Ita droad a ei.ne and
wr .l on Kuilroad to the c ty park,
when' lie I. gln.ellt li-Iid will
r ti ler a cmic 'it inter.-iierse.l with ap
propriate speeches by Geo. W. Klock
an 1 Hon. Bernard S. Itodey.
Dining the af'ernoon there will be a
hall ga.: e at Traction park and a spe
i.il matinee at the Casino.
A DOCTOR DIES ON
TRAIN AT DEMING
Special tu Tbe Citizen.
Deming, N. M., Sept. 2. Dr. El-
lerbrock died on the Santa Fe
train while entering t,ie yards
I. ere at 'a o'clock lat night.
4 He had hten practicing his pro-
fes.-ion lure for several months
pas;, coming from Baltimore. Mi!.,
lor the bent tit of his health. His
death evidently was from dropsy
t H ! I ( M ! H I M M f
RACES OF MOTOR
Boats on Lago di Carda
PARTS OF THE CIVILIZED WORLD
Desenz.ano, Italy, Sept. 2. No more
beautiful setting for the great Inter-
national motor boat races could !
he found In the world than that of
fered by Lago dl Gard. the finest
gem anions the Italian iWi-n, and its
picturesque and beautiful surround
ings. The Garda lake is famous all
over the world for its beauty, and
every year thousands of tourists f:om
all parts of the world come to Its
shores to feast their eyes on the mag
nificent scenery and revel In the beau
ties of the surrounding landscape. The
climate is exquisite, offering the ad
vantages of a southern resort with
out the annoying heat which often
makes a stay at southern resoits
rather unpleasant for persons coming
from northern latitudes.
It was a happy idea to hold the In
ternational motor boat races, which
began today, on the shores of .this
beautiful lake. The event, which Is
one of the greatest sporting events of
this kind in the world, has drawn
laigo crowds of visitors from all parts
of the world. Every country of Eu
rope is well represented, and the
number of Americans, always quite
large In all Italian and Swiss resorts,
is particularly large on this occasion,
owing to the lovu of all kinds of
61ortB which is chaiacterlBtlc of
Americans. The hotels in Desenzano,
Peschlere, Riva, Mori, and the numer
ous other towns and villages scat
tered along the shores of Lago dl
Garda are taxed to their utmost ca
pacity, and many visitors have been
compelled to seek quarters In some
of the more distant villages.
Desenzano is happily situated at the
southern end of the lake, where the
giound is flat. Beyond the mirror-like
expanse of the lake rise the hills
gradually until they merge into the
majestic lines or the Khastlan Alps.
The town has excellent harbor facili
ties, and for that reason has been
selected as the starting poir.1. of tho
The races proper will not begin un
til next Thursday, when the flwt
race for the "Benaco" prize, open to
all nations will be held. Today the
contesting boats ente ed for tin- vari
ous events, are parj'b d up and down
the harbor and are open to lnspec-
lion by the officials Hill judges of the- Members of the Albuquerque corps
rac es. In the afternoon there wi.s an' who will leave fur Denver In the morn
itileniial parade of boats, wiii-h at-jing aie Mrs. Whitson, Mrs. Bushridge
f.,irted enormous crow , is. land daughter, Mrs. Henry McCna,
Beginning with tonmrrow and con-1. Mrs. M. J. Butler, Mrs. A. llarscli,
tinuing until Wednesday aftitrnooii, I Mrs. Rutherford. Mrs. I.. .1. Rummell
the contesting motor boats will make and daughter, Mrs.- Wright, and Mrs.
trial trips nnd will he put through
their paces in the presence of compe
tent judges, who will caiefully note
all special features of the boats and
award prizes in accordance with their
merit. The minister of the navy will
attend these trials am! will personally
conduct the awards. The races will
begin on Thursday and continue until
Sunday. September 1". The prizes!
vary from h'") to l-."0 fiancs. Bo-,
sides that, there an a number
valuable trophies to be raced for.
FRANCE GIVES ULTIMATUM
TO TIIE SULTAN OF MOROCCO
Paris. Sept. 2 'l i e government has Th.r 1 -Public aft uv.
addressed I i the Saltan of Morocco! If all il. ,e deiur.r.ils are mu grant
atiothei per. mp'ory note amounting I wo.ho'it de av. the n.ini.-ter will In
to nn iM inai im. T!..s note says that I i.i b 'e 1 to leave Fez. j n ;aratorv to
lie' 1 1 1. :i - . I ' le snip! i soued Algerian ! the adept i"tl i f coercive mea-uri s.
citiz't: I'ni'iiu. i- i. d sufficient and j
it i hi in'. :n uddition: New Ycrk Money Market.
I' 1 - ' - - I I ., ICI !l l II . I 1: llll'll).
fceci it ! - I tie ' -hieem of t li
cadi w b j made the i'-i ' est.
GRAND ARMY MEN
OFF FOR DENVER
New Mexico Department Will
Contribute Largely to
W. R. C. ARE ACTIVE WITH VETS
From every part 'of the Union vet-
ans of the Civil war are speeding
toward Denver. The national en
campment opens on Monday, and ad
rices are to the effect that the Queen
Cily ol the tMi, has taken great
pains to give the "vets" a deserved
A large number of New Mexico G.
A. It. attended the encampment at
San Francisco two years ago, and a
lew of the more able traveled to Bos
ton last yeaf, but because of the con
venient location of Denver to the ter
ritory, the crowd this year to attend
the encampment will exceed by two
fold more than that of any previous
encampment, and already they are go
ing. The northbound trains of the
past few days have carried many of
them. The blue coat, Sheridan hat
and gold tassle, and the revered red,
white and blue, and cross arms of the
G. A. H. balge have become familiar,
so frequently are they seen. All are
gray with the weight of years, and
many of them are probably going to
I)envr to attend their last rally on
Department Commander Jacob Welt
mer, of the New Mexico G. A. K says
that fifteen will go from Santa Fe and
he has heard that Raton will contrib
ute eleven, besides many who will
take advantage of the cheap rates to
visit tiie Colorado capital. The Albu
querque delegation, numbering prob
ably a dozen old soldiers and as many
of tiie w. U. C. will h ave ior I tie en-j
campment tonight and tomorrow morn-
ing, together with a large number of
On this morning's train were W. A.
Cozine. of Socorro; L. A. Carr, of
San Martial; W. M. Borradnlle and
Patrick McLaughlin, of V.agdalena.
Also a delegation of W. It. C. of Cali
fornia, including Mrs. M.ry Gray
Wright, past national : ss corre
spondent of the corps. ' her ladl. s
in ,h party were Mrs. 1 G. Hart well,
past vice president of department
of California, and S A. Rickey, and
Mrs. K. C. Wiitson. .Mrs. Butler and
Mrs. Bustrldgi . f the local corps,
were at the M r n to entertain the
Califoriiiaiis ilu.ing their stay of
thiny minutes In the city.
The members of G. K. Warren post
No. f who anticipate going are: W.
W McDonald. .1. G. Caldwell, 13. S.
Stover, (). S. Pillshiir. James Smith.
George H. Bendle, John Wylle, Kd
ward Johnson, George H. Pradt, Dan
iel Khlridge. Harry Turner. Robert
Regan and Rev. Thus. Harwood.
Rev. Harwood, who is chaplain of
the local post, Is a candidate for chaD-
of , Iain-ln-cliief of the national organization.
New York, Sept.
nominal ; no loans.
-Monev on call,
BUT GRASPED LIVE WIRE
Houses of New YorK's Rich Families Are Being Robbed
At Rate Which Spreads Consternation In
SOMETIMES WAGONS ARE USED TO TAKE AWAY PLUNDER
Chicago, Sept. 2. Nels Anderson,
motor Inspector for the Illinois Steel
company, chose death by electrocu
tion In preference to a more horrible
f:ite In one of the company's seething
metal pits at the South Chicago works.
Anderson was doing repair work on
the arm of a craue directly above one
of the hot metal pits. A slight move
ment of the arm caused him to lose
his balance. The only support In
reach was a wire which' connected
with the power.
Anderson caught the wire and was
almost Instantly killed, the body hang
ing over the wire until the current
could be cut off.
RAIDING RICH RESIDENCES
FAD WITH HOUSE BREAKERS
New York, Sept. 2. Another big
CARNIVAL NIGHT WILL
BE SATURDAY NIGHT
Carnival night of the Territorial
fair will occur on Saturday and it will
be a fit ending of a glorious week of
sport and amusement. The carnival
spirit will reign supreme, and those
who have taken part In the carnival
nights of past territorial fairs know
well what that means and anticipate
it. It will he a night for the masher's
and those who like confetti. O. A.
Matson has charge of the confetti de
partment of the fair and 20,000 bags
of the fun making stuff has been or
dered. That will be sufficient to give
everybody a taste, and cover Railroad
avenue and ail the houses In the city.
The bureau of Information of the
Territorial fair, presided over by El
wiH Albright and Willie McMlllln,
wil. have a uiroctory for Grangers In
the city. A register will be kept at
the bureau headquarters in one of the
lodge buildings In front of the Alvar-
ado and people from out of the city j
may Hena ineir addresses mere so
that their friends may be able to find
MILLIONAIRE DIES IN
TEXAS VERY SUDDENLY.
Wellington, Kan., Sept. 2. A pri
vate message received here, tells of
the death at Plalnvlew, Texas, of John
T. Stewart, a millionaire, who was
found dead In his bed at the hotel.
UNSPEAKABLE TURK WON'T
ACCEPT MACEDONIAN PLAN.
Constantinople, ept. Z. The Porte
has replied to the note of the six em
bassies, declining to accept the plan
proposed by them for the financial
control of Macedonia. The powers
will Insist on his acceptance of the
MAN OF MANY WIVES AND
ALL KINDS OF RELIGION
New York, Sept. 2. Polygamy of
the most vlnilent type seems to be ep
idemic Just at present. The case of
the much-marled I loch Is still fresh
In everybody's memory and already
there Is another case to be recorded.
The New 'York authorities are dili
gently searching for a Dr. George
Witzhoff, a dentist, who Is said to
DENIES WRIT OF
JUDGE ABBOTT REFUSES TO RE
LEASE E. R. ROWAN, CHARGED
WITH ALTERING SANTA FE
This afternoon before Judge Abbott
at the court hoifte arguments were
heard by the court on a writ of habeas
corpus brought by Attorney W. C.
Heacock, counsel for K. R. Rowan, for
mer Santa Fe operator at Isleta, who
was arrested a week ago, charged
Willi altering a Santa Fe pass and who
was given a preliminary hearing and
bound over to the district court in the
sum of li'io bonds. Attorney E. W.
.Dohson appeared for the railroad com
pany. After hearing the arguments on
both sides and considering them, the
court decided that the evidence intro
duced at the preliminary bearing and
the complaint drawn at the time of
the defendant's arrest were sufficient
to hold him. The court also refused
to r. .luce the bun. I nnd Row an was
ordered I e -commit led.
PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM
AN INDIANA JAIL
Kushville, Ind., Sept. 2. Oliver (.
Jones, former cashier of the defunct
bank o: Arl-iinninii, and ('. S. Bowman,
chaivel with embezzlement growing
out f the failure of the canning plant
at Cartilage, and an Italian, charged
with burglary, broke Jail hero today
by sawing the bars of tiie window of
the second floor. It Is believed they
teceived help from the outside.
AND INSTANTLY DIED
robbery and an arrest In the aristo
cratic district of a west end avenue,
following the discovery of the $100,,
000 burglary In the house of Aymer,
caused a considerable stir last night
among the police.
The home of D. E. Seyinour-WHIard.
a broker, was ransacked from top to
bottom. So large a quantity of goods
was taken that a wagon must hare
been used to cart It off.
Later a bicycle policeman arrested
a man who had been prowling through
Broker James A. Marshall's house. A
large quantity of valuables was found
on him. Mrs. William C. DeWltt, wife
of a Brooklyn attorney, reports her
trunk broken open at a summer hotel
on Shelter Island, and her diamond
rings, valued at $3,000, stolen.
A middle aged man, registering as
Andrew Burg, Galesburg, 111., died
suddenly at the Grand Central hotel
between G and 7 o'clock last evening,
while alone In his room. The emac
iated condition of the body, which
lies at A. Borders' undertaking par
lors, tells the story of disease.
Andrew Burg came to Albuquerque
last Sunday. His condition was de
plorable, and he was advised to go
to the sanitarium, which he had plan
ned to do this morning.
, He had the appearance of a coal
Telegrams have been sent to the
city officials of Galesburg with the
hope of locating some of the dead
: r- , 4 -,s . 4 .
ELECTRIC RAIN STORM
. DOES MUCH DAMAGE
St, Louis, Sept. 2 A heavy rain and
electric storm here today caused much
damage. Four new flat buildings wer
demolished, and a number of houses
were unroofed and much other dam
MORE DISTURBANCES IN
THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE.
Tiflis, Russia, Sept. 2 It Is report
ed that the town of Shusha Is la
flames, and the people have fled to
the mountains. Troops are being sent
to the scene. At Muchranl, In the
Dusho district, the property of Prince
Muchranski has been destroyed by
dynamite. Prince Erstoff has been
murdered near Gorl.
8t. Louis Wool.
St. LouIb, Mo., Sept. 2. The wool
market Is steady. Territory and west
ern mediums, 2630c; fine medium,
have fifty or more wives In different
narts of the country. It seems that
the wily doctor was a professional for
tune hunter and considered marriage
a mere formality to enable htm to get
possession of the money of his vic
tims. To gain his end he posed as
Roman Catholic, a Jew, a Protestant
or a Christian Scientist, Just as the
exigencies In each case demanded.
NEWLY APPOINTED BERNALILLO
COUNTY OFFICIALS WILL PROB
ABLY SUBMIT BONDS FOR AP
PROVAL AT THAT TIME.
There were no new developments
today In the removal of tha Bernalillo
count officials. District Attorney
Frank W. C.aucy ;id not return from
Santa Fe last night as was expected
and the new officers are acting upon
tiie instructions of the district attor
ney. Mr. Clancy is expected home to
night, but will be compelled to go to
I. os I. tinas tomorrow night and will
not return before Tuesdav.
It is expected that by Tuesday the
te w officers will have secured their
bonds and then they will be presented
to the court and county commission
ers for approval. It Is alleged that
one of the new officials has so far
beiii unsuccessful In securing a bond
and that it might lie possible that he
would fail to secure one.
YELLOW FEVER SHOWS
BUT SLIGHT CHANGES
New Orleans. Sept. 2. New cases
; at noun since f, p. ni., Friday, ten.
Total cases to date, l.t'ii:!.
' Total deaths, 2S4.
New cases are continued to ba re
1 ported from outlying districts, but
jinany of them are of a doubtful character.