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"'"''"''v..s 4 . P a cP ) ARDMORB, IND. TKR., MONDAY KVKNINH, SISlh'EMBKU -I, UH5 VOLUME XII. I9' IWKY HUOOB. I PnomiHTO. ' i SUBSCRIPTION 50G PR AONTB NUMBEH 25,5 i or f : 1 4 UNCLE SAM'S-FINANCES SHOWN TO BC IN FINE CONDITION BY LAST STATEMENT. Nearly Three Hundred Million In the Treasury at Washington An In crease In Debt Over That of Last Month. Washington, Sept. 2. The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of business August 31,1905, the debt less cash in tho treas ury amounted to $ 1,005,52 4,b05, which Is nn Incrcaso compared with last month of 13,475,504. Tula Increase Is accpuntcd for by a corresponding no croase of tho amount of cash on hand, Tin. debt Is recapitulated ns follows: Interest bearing debt, $816.158,700. Debt on which Interest has ceased alnco maturity. Sl,2!iG,533. Debt bearing no Interest, $386,700,- 701. Total. $1,283,121,930. This however does not Includo $1,- 002.021.000 In certlfUntos and treasury . notes outstanding, which nro offset by an equal amount of cash on himd which Is held as trust funds for their redemption. Tho cash In the treasury is cinsafuctl as loiiows: (lold reserve, $15,000,000. Trust fundi, $1,002,021.0110. General fund. $153,700,351. In national bank depositories, $C1,' 050 171. ' In piilllnlne treasury. $1,180,051. Total, $1. 375,2411,113, against which there nro demand liabilities outstand ing amounting to $1,007,613,009, which leaves a cash balance on hand of $277. 507,311. SULPHUR NEWS NOTES. Labor Day Being Observed There. Building Boom Continues. Sulphur, I. T., Sept. I. (Special.) Tho labor organizations of Sulphur arc celebrating Labor Day In an appropri ate manner -today. A big parade, in which the various organizations took part, 1b one of tho features ami Illus trates the strength of these organiza tions In this plate. Among the speak ers that hnvo boon secured to deliver jiiMrosseo Is Senator Core, Lawton's blind orator. .Holt and Sulphur bands furnish music nnd for Hip ball tonight "Ward's orchestra has been secured. Messrs. Charlevilli and Knott have comnu.ued the foundation for their new liulillng which will adjoin tho now First .National bank building. They will proba-uly erect n three-story brick. 1 Mender Bros, have begun work on thel.' new two-tlory brick. They will build a foundation of suillclcnt strength to carry n sis-story structure. Negroes attempted to hold up Dob Cunningham In tho east part of town ono day ln3t week. Mr. Cunningham was horseback and rode rapidly away and eluded tho wouhH)0 robbers. ' Judge Dlckorsou wns hero last week ,i1!!i.tc."r!l,!0."T,"!",il IS! a ' dl vo re o fro ni an Indian wife." The appear in court. Two young men were arrested south of town last week for stealing a horse nnd saddle from K. U. Nedlock Mime timo ago. They wero brought to town and -vvhllo here awaiting a train to go to Ada, ono of the prisoners escaped and Jias not yet been apprehended. Our first bale of cotton was brough. in last Tuesday by J .11. Young, who lives threo miles south of this place. Ho was paid 12i cents per jtound and given a handsome premium, which net ted him 5116. Wednesday tho second halo enmo In, which netted the rnlsor about $00. Four balos of now cotton Oiavo already been marketed hero this season. An effort Is being made to organize n gun club here. BANKERS TO MEET. Special Session Will be Held at Sul phur September 11. Sulphur, 1. T.P Sept. 3. A special session of tho Indian Terrltory-Oklaho-mo Bankers Association will be hold hero on tho 11th to consider tho ques tions arising from tho attitude of the Kanwis City clearing house toward Uio smaller banks of tho territory. Ravia's National Bank. ' The application of Robert T. Wilkin eon, W. A. McAllister, J. H. Hender son, Itcbert C. Wilkinson, C. D. By. iiura nnd W, C, Hooster to organize tho Firr National bank of.Itavia, I. T with $2B,000 capital, has been ap proved by the comptroller of the cur 1 icncy. Indians' Long Memory. ' -Lawton, Ok., Sept. 3, G. H. Taylor, who loft this city two years ago,..waB arrested hero yesterday on tho charge of having stolen a horde from' a Com nnchp Indlnn. Taylor rodo the horso along tho Itrcct and tno Indian recog nizel iUas his own that was taken two years ago. Tho IndLin mado com plaint and Taylor was arrested. H claims to have purchased tho horso , In (he Chickasaw nation. Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder troublo by taking Foley's Kid- B'ey Cure. City Drug Store. parties are named Townsley and hall '";" i""i'"7" '" Oklahoma City, UKin. from Tishomingo, tho woman Is at " l -vcral points north on the Mrs. Dr. John Thrcadslll, state chap- , present making her home near Kings- Wtj M est of the hay is shipped from I Oklahoma Clly, Okla. ton. Judge Dlekerson Issued n tempo- 'aB,'n'"' Chouteau, "odEers, Adali, stat0 lnttl(ls of iu)I10i Misses Willie rary order giving the woman posses- B'K Cabin, Kelso and Blue Jacket. nrilni)rI,li;o. South McAlcster. I. T. slon of the children and compellingl lc ! ;' "' "! Cora York. Oklahoma City. Okla.; He- ... . V!ii.rnu iwlti( witliln n rnilhm ill llvi . .. t , i i t n. i.-ln thu white man to jy ner per - ne-ca uugues, ..iuuu,v, i. .. nn-- i. r. .ininnqn, ntn i.n nnii miles the dally receipts averaging ,1lrri1, nkinliimm Cltv. Okla.: Kate I ACTIVE WORK BEGUN. On Oklahoma City, Lexington and Sul phur Electric Railway. Davis, I. T., Sept. 4. (Special.) The first spado of dirt was thrown this morning on sixth street, near Main, In this city, which marks the beginning of tho Oklahoma City, Ijx- Ington and Sulphur Electric ltatiwny. Fifty tennis and scrapers biarteu promptly at seven o'clock uud work will be kept up until tho first ten miles have been completed between the government reservation and Davis. Miss Fannie Davis, daughter ot a. n Davis, In whose honor tho city was named, broke a bottle of crude on taken from the first oil well drilled In Davis. Tho spado wus held by Mr. James Draughun, who presented tho spade, and Miss Davis made the sec nrul nttemnt before the bottlo was broken over the spade. The building of this line Is only the bcclnnlng of the east and west stand ard guage steam road from the groat coal fields In tho Choctaw nation. crosH lug the Santa Fe at this point, nnd connecting a great railway In Okla linnin and Northwestern Texas wlti their orient outlet. This line will l)( under construction nt Davis not later limn the 15th, and will connect nt faul phnr In tlmo to handle the bulk of cot ton shlmnents this winter. The Coalgato Southwestern Is only n nnrt of tho orielnnl plan of construc tion that has been under consideration for thu past two years, and even as far back as twelve years ago. Col. Yoakum made the remark some twelve years mm that this very lino of road woun cross at this point. Many of tho old residents of Davis have been looking forward to this new road, and have limer felt the least uneasy about Its ultimate construction. SELF AND REPUTATION A BANK CASHIER ESCAPES FROM JAIL. Leaves Note That All Will be Made Good No Sacrifice of Hlrrtself or Reputation Will Soon Be Able to Satisfy All.. ' Uii-lnilU. Ind., Sept. 2. Oliver C. Jones, former cathlor or the defunct bank of Arlington nnd O. S. Bowman, in jaU charged with embezzlement growing out of the failure of his can ning plant, and a burglar, broke jail here today by sawing tho bars. Jones left n noto In which ho snld: 'in order to save myself and my rep utation and credit. I have got to go to a iikico not far off, where I may soon be ablo to satisfy and protect thof e that were tho causo of my being In jail, if I am wven my liberty Tor n few months, in loss than a year from this timo I will bo nblo to return and! mtilto good all claims against me. THE HAY INDUSTRY . i-m. r.imi win F,irf Settlement of This Country Will End Wagoner. I T., Sei't. 3. (Special) Th hay Industry Is assuming consld- about 50 tons. Prices range from $3 to $4 according to tho grade cf tho hay. The Industry gives employment . to large numbers of men nt ull points named, wagevs ranging from $1.50 to $2.50 a day. While the hay Industry Is increas ing since tho nllotment of lands and the passing of tho entile man. It can not be claimed that it will be perma nent, as the annual receipts to tho al lottee are only about 50 cents an acre, Consequently it Is claimed that prai rie hay will within a few years give way to cultivated crops yielding a much lnrser rental. On the other hand It Is worthy of note (hat tho Industry as now conduct ed puts Into circulation from $6,000 to $0,000 a, week in tho several towns whero tho hay Is marketed. In addition to tho towns ubovo men tioned, tho towns of Kiowa und Stor rott In the Choctaw nation aro among the best hay markets In tho Indian Teritory. At theso places, this tlmo of year, there Is much activity and a great deal of nmii-y Is put In circulation. i DEATH OF MULTI-MILLIONAIRE. J. B. Stewart One of Kansas Wealth' lest Men Dies of Appoplexy. Wellington, ICnns., Sopt. 2. A prl vato mcssago recelvod hero tells of tho death at Plalnvlow, Texas, of J. B. Stowart, a multl-mllllonalro who was found dead In his bed at the hotel Ho died of appoplexy, Stewart was probably tho wealthles man In Kan sis, having Immenso holdings In farm lands In Southern nnd Western Ivan' sas. Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Ho wns aioa principal owner of sevc ral national and stato banks and ban largo Interests In lumbor, flouring mills and othor enterprises. Old Scout Dead. El l?o, Sept. 3. Captain J. H Tovls, who was captured by tho In dians and taken Into Arizona when 1. was yet Vexlcan territory, and who wns chief of scouts for General Miles when Geronlmo was capturod, promin ent mnny years in tho territory, once as leader In tho house of rcpresentn tlvo. is dead at Bowlo, whero he wns the first to settle. ENON BAPTIST . ASSOCIATION HAS INTERESTING SESSION AT NEW HOPE CHURCH. Over oFrty Churches arc Represented, Benefiical Discussion committee Appolntad to Proceed With Lo cating Baptist College. Tho Enon Baptist Association con vened In annual session last Thursday with Now Hone church south or Mars den. Kcv. Chancellor of Marietta was chosen moderator, Hev. 1). N. Curb ot lione Grove, clerk and John Pittmnn, tronsuror. The most Interesting, meet lmr In the history of the association was held, more than lorty churches wero represented. Tho discussion of the subjects was snhl to be all that the heart could wish for. both intellectually nnd spiritually Tho subject of Christian Education was thoroughly discussed. It was the consensus of opinion of r.U the churches that a Baptist college or high school be established somewhere In tho Chickasaw nation and a committee wns appointed with plenary power to unite with other associations anu pro coed with locating tho college. A representative of the Haconno University was present and received much encouragement. The following preachers preached ilurlnif the session. Kcvs. Curb, Sol vldge, Arrington, Young, Chancellor, Hava and Humphrey. Itev. Brad Hays, tho tiissionnry, was re-elected for another year. He was Ptvi.n n ralsn of 1100 and tho assocm- tlon ulso gave him $100 with which tn Imv :i horse. About $300 were raised for territor ial missions. The o onle of New Uonc community ilrsrrve much credit for the splendid manner In which they entertained in messengers to the association. SANTA FE BRAKEMAN KILLED. Train Broke in Two Then Collided. Death Was. Instantaneous. P.uil:, Valley. 1. i. Kept. I. (Spec ml.) A. 11. Chapman, a bral.ilnan on through iVclxlit number 337, was killed at (lillf jncllonr one mile south of this plan- yesterday at 2:20 o'clock. Th. eaus.j of the accident was the break ing of the train nnd the collision which was caused by tho rear section over taking tho fmnn5ectlon, throwing the brakeman from' the train nnd cutting his head In twnln. Deceased had n wli'e and two children nnd his" home was In Gainesville. Sponsor and Maids of Honor. A letter received today from B. li Kirk, commander of (ho Confederate Sons of Veterans, by Secretnry mo Keantl of the Chamber of Commerce, stated that tho anonsors for tho Con federate reunion to be held In this city .1.1 .1... .,.,., I Tl.nti. HUH Iliuimia null uuvn iiumv.i. ...vow who have been chosen to represent Oklahoma Territory nre us follows: Miss Naomi Phillips, state nnonfor, Hamilton, Shawnee. Okla.: I.cnoa Tes. son Dora Mabry and Miriam Rich ardson, all cf Oklahoma City. Times. Journnl. I Hamilton Uro. Racket Store was closed this morning and went Into tin hnuds cf a receiver. B. F. Philips was nppolnled receiver. Gainesville Reg Ister. Upon opening tho postofllec at West vllle last Saturday morning, the Kst master found that tho otllco had been broken Into during tho night and about $12 in money taken Ofllcers are Investigating tho case. A Fatal Accident. Wednosdty morning, on the Wiser lease, Benjamin Passcaur, a tcol dres ser for Hohmnn &. Huddleston, who have a drilling contract, was killed by accident. , . Tho sand buckot was being let down when by soino means the Hue Jumpeu n kink around his neck and jerked him to tho ground. Ho wns taken from tho woll by follow workmen and as sisted to a place where he could Ho dawn. He then became Insensible and for a few moments it was thought he was dead. Ho then rallied and talked a little, and swooned tho second time. Once moro ho rallied and then died. Chelsea Commercial ODDFELLOWS HOME BURNED. The Iowa Home Reduced to Ashes. Fortunately No Loss of Life. MJison City; Iowa, Sopt. 4. Tho Iowa OddfeJIows homo was burned to tho ground last night. Tho loss Is slxty-flvo thousand dollars. Forty-five children nnd thirteen agod pcrsond wero taken out Just In tlmo b ythe tiro drill company which un doubtedly saved their lives. Cholera Killing In Prussia. Berlin. Sopt. 4. It Is olflumlly bulle tined todny that ftlxty-slx cholora cases and twonty-threo (loams navo, occurred In Prussia. A shipyard at Omlnato, Japan. still In operation, waB established 1. 000 years nso, I Hamilton, Shawnee. Okla.: I.cnoa Tes- iir... nnr Mnlni- mill 'Mll-llllll It It'll-I CHICKASAW LEGISLATURE TEMPORARY ORGANIZATION HELD THIS AFTERNOON. Adjournment Take,n Cheadle Will be rresiaent ana i. m. urown bpenn er Governor to Recommend Removal of Restrictions. Tishomingo. I. T., Sept. 4. (Stnff Special.) Members of the Chickasaw Legislature are arriving hero today for the convening of tho last session of tri bnl law-makers of the Chlckasaws The opening of tho session will begin this afternoon with temporary organ katlou after which adjournment will take place until tomorrow on account ot Labor Day. Martin Cneadlo will be president of the senate and T. II. Brown, former speaker of the house will likely be re-elected, though Hint Is not certain. Governor Johnston and his private secictavy, E. C. Pat ton, aro here from Eniot. I he moM Important feature anticipated for to morrow's session Is tho Governor's message. The nature of his message Is not known but It Is certain that he will recommend the removal of re strlctlons upon alienable Innds, speedy settlement of tribal affairs nnd the distribution of all surplus Indian lnuds. It Is stated that ho twill re view the hind deed controversy nnd that steps will be taken to settle the matter of signing the patents. Governor Johnston snytt that the matter would have been settled long since had It not been for the position taken by McCurtaln. He having con curred with the department, rendering the position taken by the Chickasaw governor Ineffectual. It Is now expect ed that Governor Johnston will sign tho deeds rather than submit his peo pie lo further Inconvenience. It Is unlikely that the financial af fnlrs or the. official conduct of tho til bnl olllcsr Will be lmjulreil Into at tUI session. Many express the strongest conviction (hat Munslleld, Mc.Murray and CnrnUif hnti Governor Johnston are sirlctly above accusation. It Is noi expected Hint nio' consid erable business will be transacted uu ,lt It-.. l....u.ln.. r....n.tr.i.wi I, ..V..I...VU 1 ut mot t harmony. TORN TO FRAGMENTS. Aeronaut Baldwin and Hi3 Balloon are Blown to Atoms by Dynamite. . Cincinnati, Ohio. Sopt. 3. Actron ulil Baldwin of Ixjs AntlVlllo, Ind., wns today blown to shreds -with his balloon nt'n height of 2,000 feet. He wa giv ing nu exhibition of tho use of dyna mite from n balloon forvj-ar purposes and had threo sticks of tho oxploslve with him. When ho was 2,000 feet In the nlr, In full sight of thousands of people attending the country fair, bj some accident the dynamite exploded and the balloon nudftman were literal ly torn to fragments. Balwiu's wiie was n wltn --cs of the horrible scene. FOUR PERSONS PERISH GASOLINE LAUNCH DURING THE RACES, EXPLODES. Help Was Near at Hand or Fatalities Would Have Been Awful Flames Caused Panic Among People. Many Jumped Overboard. Detroit, Mich, Sept. 4. Five persons aro believed to havo been drowned during tho rnces last night on tho gasoline launch, Ben Hur at St. Claire Hats. Tho gasoline leaked and oxploded, tho flames following caused a panic among forty passengers most of thorn Jumped overboard. Screams of tho.f tightened people at tracted othor launches from nearby points and thosd who could bo found wero rescued. Early today all but five of the passengers had been accounted for. LATER Thf-ro aro four (lend: 11 J. Welsenger, Miss Becker, nnd Miss Nowmau of DciTlot, August Mogg ot Cleveland. Flagman Killed near Shawnee. Shawnee, Okla., Sept, 4. (Special.) In a freight wreck on tho Rock Island at Tccurosoh Junction, east of here, Al Haslinger ot thlB placo was badly injured by being caught be neath tho wreckage. Burell F. Wil son, a Rock Island flagman, who had been sent to flag all Incoming trains from the east on account ot tho wreck and is supposed to,have went to sleep on mo'tracK, was killed. The en gineer saw him seated on tho track, but Hiought ho was only resting and only after whistling repeatedly did he loarn that tho unfortunato man was asleep, Tho brakes wero p.ppllcd, out It was Impossible to stop tho train, before It reached him. School' Building Burned.. Fire at Atoka last week doslroyot! the old public school building, a total loss. Somo time ago tho school boarn of Atoka decided to erect a new build lng for the white students' nnd to glva the old building to the education oi the negroes. Tills, it Is said, Incensed i he negroc. The flro last night Mi- cliniax, Thero Is no clue to tin origin, but ofllccrfl are investigating, MANY SWEETHEARTS. Wooden Legged Shoemaker Is Want ed by 108 women. Attlia, N. Y., Sept. 3.- Kugone Mcr rill of this town, has 108 offers ot marriage to choose from. Merrill is a man with two wooden logs. Ho Is n shoemaker, earns a de cent living, and 1 rnlher good looking. He Is neither old chough to be wise nor young enough to be foolish, so he advertised for a wife the other day. He told about his Income and his habits and his domostlc taste nnd his wooden logs. He has already 108 ro- plies to his advertisement, nnd now he Is sitting up nights sorting the letters and trying to decldo between tho fair writers. IS SHOT FIVE TIMES. One of Bullets Strikes Negro In tho Head and Is Split. Crockett, Tex., Sept. 3. A shooting aornpe, which occured nbout four mtloa south of this place between Charlos Owens and Fred Morton, both colored resulted In Morton receiving live 38 cnllber bullets in various lmrtlons of Ills nnntomy, none of which is con ildered necessarily fatal. Tho doctor on dressing the wounds found thnt one bullet struck him In the forehead but did not nenetrnto the skull nnd (in. no further dnmnge other thnn splitting the bullet, each pleco cutting a crease entirely nround the scnlp. Owens, who was not Injured in nny wny. surrenu ercd to the olllcers. Unlit. Holt of Carthage. Mo. will os mulish an excolsh r nnd box factory on brand river near Fort Gibson. The plant expects to be ablo to turn out 30ii ton.s of excel, lor dally. ESTIMATES OF THE CROP VISIBLE DECREASE IN THE TWO TERRITORES BY WEATHER. Output for the Season WW be In the Neighborhood of boo.uuu uaics Usual Conditions have Been Changed by Weather. Oklahoma City, O. T., Sept. 3.--Wllh a decrease ot 8 per cent In acre age In Indian Torrltoi and 10 por ....... I.. rl.l1.n.... .....I w.....t.l..nl.l.k VCHL III W1W.I1IWI1I1I, llllll (.UHflUlUtaul past ten days, tiiu most conservative ostlnintos for the rotton output In Ok lahoma and Indlnn Torrltory this yonr that can be obtained now, within nfow days of tho Issuanco of tho govern ment report, Is 750,000 or 800,000 balos. Picking Is now pretty general, nl- though In u few sections it has not commenced yet. In the Washita valley the plnnt Is In poor condition compar ed with other years, nocordlng to best Information. As n general setback, there was loo much rain In tho cotton producing section In tho early life of the plant and It grow rnnk, with tho result that not enough strength re mained to properly develop tho bulb. In tho countlos of Iigan, Payne, Noble nnd Oklahoma there Is n general de crease in acreage. Tho most fnvornblo conditions at (ho present tlmo ieonv to prevail In the SemTHolo Vrul Creek nations, where n standard crop in nil respects will bo realized. A little trou ble from boll weevil was reported a few weeks ago from somo parts of In dian Territory, but now that has dis appeared. Statistics from ull cotton growing sections of tho two territories aro now being prepared to bo used In tho government report to bo Issued Sept. 6. The report will show that not a bnlo has been ginned In Clovcland countv. one of tho banner cotton sec tions, while lnsfTear at this tlmo nine bales had been g nned. It is estimated about 100,000 uales. or ono-clghth of that Greer county nlouo will furnlsl the entire Oklahoma-Indian Torrltwy crop. As to the quality of tho cotton. It will bo ns good as that of any other yenr. Wealthy Stockman Killed. Sallnn, Kits., Sept. 4. J. F. Caldwell a wealthy stockman, was nmrJored iu his bed during last night ut his homo near Mentor. Mrs. Cnldwoll, said sho awoko In tho night to find her hus band gasping his last breath having been stabbed by a man who first run snckad tho house. No trace of thu mur derer. Two Negroes Lynched. Memphis, Tenn.,. Sopt. 3. A spccla to tho Commercial Appeal from Sllvon City, Miss., says. Arthur Woodward and Talcum Woodward, two negroes, wero lyncn cd hero todny by a mob of fifty por sons, Tho negroes wero In custody 61 Marshal Jackson, who was boarding a train when the mob appeared and took possession of tho prisoners. Thoy woro taken to tho outskirts of town and hanged to a tree. The negroes had as saulted Andrew White, a well known farmer, and seriously beat him. Wltte's Daughter Robbed. nniBB.Mi, Sept. 4. A $t,000 ponrl necklace was stolen from Madnmo Naryehklne, wlfo of Cyril M'. Narych kino, secrntar;' of the Russian lagatlon ber and daughter of M. Wltte. tho Russlnn pence plenipotentiary at tho theater last night. Dr. Clarke Liberated. KlnKton, Jnmaclu, Sept. 3. Dr Frtinklln Clarko of Boston, Mass., who was arrested hero July 17 and 'rlf-d icsterday before tho chief Justice tor lin-aeh of tho official secret, act y taking photographs of tho fortifica tion'' u Port Royal, was Ilbcrat.l to iaj. NOT FEVER BUT JAUNDICE A PHYSICIAN OF PAULS VALLEY MAKES POSITIVE STATEMENT. Texas Quarantine Officers en Ground Say Case Is Suspicious, but Will Not State Positively Strict Quarantine to be Ordered. Davis, I. T., Sept. 4. (Special.) Doctors Hlgglns and Ellison, nunrnn tlno onicers of Texas, visited tho nl leged yellow fovor patlont at Mays vllle on Saturday afternoon. Thoso gentlemen enmo to tho Indian Terri tory under tho nuthorlty of tho Texas Board of Health, but vory kindly nKreod to glvo tho citizens of Pauls Valley their advice ns to how bet to haudlo tho situation. Dr. Hlgglns made a speech In which he described yellow fever lymptoms, etc., and talked very learnedly about the fonialo mosquito. Ills opening remarks was a request that newspaper men should say notn lng about this enso until It was doll nltely determined thai. It was yellow fever. Both physicians declared It lo bo a genuine cr.se, but would not permit their names to bo used until after In vestigation. Your correspondent could not get them to say positively that It was yellow fever but said It wns very HixpielotiH, and they would order a strict qunrantlii.' at Gainesville against Mnysvllle. 1. T. The following day, Sunday, tho pa tient milled find Is today reported en tirely out of danger. One ot tho lead ing physicians nt Pauls Valley who saw tho alleged yellow favor patient says positively that the mnn wns suf fering with yellow jaundlco nnd othor ulltnentH, nnd It wns not a enso of yel low fovor. In consequence of the report mado by these two doctors from Toxns, (ho city of Pauls Valley ordered u strict quanuitluu naalus'. Mnysvllle. Tho mayor i;avo the cltzcns until Mon day noon to cleau up their promises. Fulling to comply with his orilor they u"!!! be nucd the full limit allowed under tho onllnuncv for nmlntnlnlnff a nuisance. Dynamite for Target. El Paso, Scut. 3. Jose Martinez was blown to nloniK and Eitdoro Romero was killed by tho explosion of a box of ilnanilto used for a tnrget half a mile from Chnma, Rio Arriba county. Now Mexico, and tho whole town was shaken. They wero out rabbit shoot ing. Not finding nny game, when thoy reached the powder houso of tho Don ver & Rio Grande rullroad near Chama they set up n box of dynnmito as a target. Tho box contained 100 pounds ot the exploslvo and Us explosion set off four tons of other explosives. In Chama nil window panes wero knocked out and tho earth shook ns If by nu earthquake. Flying fragments lujurod many others slightly. Romero lived during the night njul died In tho morn ing. MANY OF GREW DROWN LAKE SUPERIOR STORM CLAIMS MANY VICTIMS. Some Trying to Reach Shore In Life Boat Were Drowned Others Af ter Experiencing Awful Hard Ships Were Rescued. Bayflold, Wis., Sopt. 4. It dovolop ed today that eleven of tho crow of tho frolght steamer Sovona wero drowned by tho wreck of tho steamer on Sand Islnud roof, on I-ako Superior, Friday night. Eloven others, Including tho crow and four women reached tho shore and sent out a tug to tho relief of the steamer. When tho tug arrived on tho sccno tho steamor nnd those who had remained .aboard has disap peared. Thoy Included Captain Mc Donald, First MntO, Louis Darwin and Second Mate, two wheel men and two watchmen. Four of thoso who tried to mako tho shore In llfo boats woro drowned. Others landed safely, after experiencing twenty-four hours ot uu usual hardships u a terrific galo. May be Big Strike. New York, Sopt. 4. Tho New York section of tho Social Democratic party received today by a manifesto Issued by tho central committee of tho social Democratic labor party ot Russia, say ing that It Is making preparations for tho greatest strlko ovor known ou earth. Moro than 20 million working persona nre to bo lnvolvod. Tho strike Is to go Into effect at tho tlmo ot t) general election In Russia, when tho representatives for tho national as sembly will bo chosen. Tho propoaod douma Is denounced by tho working men us tho morest carlcaturo of a national assembly. Revenge Was His. Chicago, Ills., Sept. 4. Georgo C. Mlllor. formor board of trado operator last night wounded his divorced wife and her husband, l.ouls B. Hill, und hot himself Ho dlod today. t " Fro6t In Nebraska. Omnha, Sopt. 4. Sovoral points In Western Nebraska report light frost last night. China, bus ten railways In cperntlon. with a total mileage ot 2,235. or about imo-ienth that of Great Britain.