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RIOTING IN TOKIO
Populace of Japanese Capital
Hesent Peace Terms.
disaffection general
-
Woto Had Several Clashes With F«.
itca With Result of Tw 0 Kitlad
^ and F.ve Hundred Wounded
in the Mela«.
:
.
The first turbulence attendant
on
the
popular anger over the term»
of peace arranged with Russia took
pia^« in Tokio Tuesday. There wer«
several clash«« with the police, and.
it .# estimated, two wen» killed and
five hundred wounded. The rioting
ceased
nt midnight. Police station»
were the on.> property destroyed. A
mass meeting to protêt against th«
action of tiie government was called
to take place at Hibiya park,
the metropolitan police closed
gates and attempted to prev-nt the
assemblage cf tie people. Ti
ipallty protested
but
The
»Ralnst tho artion
"• rol.x», and the cates
" rilwa ''P*' 11 ®" 1 a large < n.w-1
B» •' *Hi and vo.oil In favor of reso
lut lour, declaring the terms u|xm
Which the treaty of peace was ar
ranged. The crowd was
its conduct, rather than
ni uni c
an
Aeriou
in
angry, and
po'ice handled it diooreo ly. The
gathering eventually dispersed in
orderly maimer.
the
I JVC r
• however, a crowd
a*.
tempted to hold a meeting In the
Shlntomi theater, an«i the police di
Pa rsed it. A portion of the crowd thon
proceeded to the office <Jf Kokumin
Shml.ua, th» (?overam»n; or*an. an<|
b»*an hooting Jl'hrce
the p.vper.
.u
employee« of
armol with a words, ap.
P*'are,j a t the door of the building ar.J
checked the attack,
again dispersed the crowd,
thought that the trouble had p.iwioai
when
in ide
an! the
•police
It was
hlcnly a :»rtion of the crowd
ft rush at the buildlr.g, hurled
atones and dan. iged ät&e c *
chinery.
.** ma
Several persons
wore instil
Ir.y the attack, bin ihe police
tuiily cleared tho s'ree
crowd and arrested
rioters. The disorder
nr.d tho sltuatlo
.1ur
even
of the
a numver of -be
Is not gi-neral.
Is not serious.
Stir.llar mee'lngs hove I
_ ' n t:e:<l * f
°xaka and Nagoya, which In round
terms denounco j the
tsked them to resign
Under
government and
„ ... _ ,
, v gorous derense by
•rvative Journals, supporting the
government and a fuller and better
uppredatlon of the situation («afront
ing the country, ptsbllc
showing some cv dence
-The
I
ntlment ia
O.* reaction,
argument that It Is Impossible
for Japan to continue the bloody war j
merely for the purpose of securing I
Indemnity is proving effective In a],
loying dlsssatlefartlon. It Is believed
that when the
government Is free to I
explain fully the conditions of the set
Hf-ment and the lotfic
hem, the reac'lon of
largely increase.
The entire nation is keenly disa,p
pointed at the
a; pertaining to
sen».. ment will I
.Nowhere
peace. The rad- \
:<^Is continue their campaign against !
the soverument. demand!«
outcome.
throughout the empire has there been
a step taken toward the celebration
of tho conclusion of
UWll , , . ,te P un -
'Runout of those response for the
rwrmmT 'h' ^ v r' hCOmln * ,ll8t '• '
" "1" he tnr.mhnt. and It is pre
dieted that the KsUura government
„„J , tC f Ce,i f y° m oflV *- The rte
• iinet, in the market and the nnsiti,. i
factory crop cond.tlocs, touplerl nat- '
iirally with the i.etvy obligations of
the government, hove create] a fear
In some quarters that a financial de- 1
press on and unsatisfactory business
conditions nr" iirt»en<flng. A
ent hanker said r.at the Tokio ex.
change was on naccurate Üarometer '
cf existing tcndltiona, ra lately thq
exchange transaction» have been
Augws set
. «ment waa tae larges, in the history ;
or tbe oxohanre. The recent decilne, ;
he said, am« the ree-ji, of coolltlons i
w thln th * •* rh *nK» and not correct |
reflection of gagerai oorflltions.
5
promln
largely »pect* Native. The
BOYCOTT JOHN WANAMAKER.
Confederate Dte*qht«r» in Alabama
Put Themselves on Record.
At s ««tin* of th. Florence. Als I
chspter, Ds«ghteri of th. Confeder- '
r rd :
tou Lcidest în the tolS S j
t on. which -a. unanlmonilj p. f w : !
"Refolded. Th« |, view of the f.cf |
Mr. \Vsn8insker's to
1
!
v.-«rd the nottro 's a men ce to the :
-afetj- cf the cornea of the south, we. i
the won: en of *he Florence chap'er,
Dangh'err. of 'he Confederacy, pledge
ourselves to do no more buy.ng from
h a establishment.
VESSEL HAD ROUGH VOYAGE.
British Steamer Arrives at Charles
ten Minus Many « Her Crew,
The British steamship Tropic. J,.
340- ton*. Op tain Barber, arrived at
Charleston, 8. C- Wednesday after a
that had lasted nearly three
voyage
months, and which was flUw. with
egckement. The second mate, purser
and fifteen ssaroem are miming.
T0 DIS CUS $ c otton,
Meeting of Southern Association le
Held in Asheville— Importent
Werk Mapped Out.
*nie es*.abli»hm<fiu of *
prie* for the coaiin^ ooron cro?. it ù
coiupltnç of »ocurate «'.at s::cs tj.rfx"
it in
fro« ike tw«r. tie enlnrgen eat of
th« aatnriatioa's »cope, and the <!'*•
cuas'oo of present rond t*o:.s In the
cotton world, were set down as l£«
primary objects of the convention of
Southern Cotton G row erb' aiha-s
tlon. in session at Asheville, N
Wednesday.
Oe
ai
once with the di»cuaa;on of roao.t
lions passe 1 by ihs .Master Cotton
Spinners of Great Britain on Juno 5
ai the Internationa! congress of Mas
ter Colton j-Sinners. The.«# résolu
l.ons deal with the dampening of
cotton and unsitisfactory me hods of
baling. They were referred to the
'
The meeting beln^ «»alied to ardor
by President Jordan, proce«<i«d
committee on resolutions
A. L. Un ok of A'abima r»»aj « .•[
t»r fn>ai Sir William Tomlinson, a
member of the Brliish hems» of par
llament. In which he stated that th«i
( United Slat- s h -a reached its lirait
of cotton ■;nxiucUon, and would a<»n

ne«j all that it produced. Sir William
also stated tb« present supply
3.000,000 bales short of the demand,
and tile deficiency was growing at the
rate of 400.000 bales a year. He fa
vored the creation of
to take step» look.ng t
the production.
There was no definite action taken
in connection with the Tomlinson let
ter. the sentiment of the
was
a commission
increase ia
con vent.on
to be agninsi the recommen
dation» of the Brlt.sh peer
After a lei I thy
df sous »ion,
which rr.ost of the delegates took par*,
resolutions were adopted fixing toe
uniform "taro" of bales "bagging and
ties" at thirty pounds <;er bale, th »
ruling to apply to all states.
The establishment of
in
a newspaper
an official organ for the cotton
Grower»*
e.s
Aeeociat.ion, a
which was c irrl-d over from
.Xf^nsphis mePiln*,
qti.atlcu
tho
ramo up for <»*• !
cuss.on. Owing to the ebaenco of tho
otr.er members -'f the committee hav
th-> matter In charge, Mr Moody '
f Alabama said ho
lng

was unwilling to
report.
Thor* appears to be a decided sen
timent against the establishment
such a i-aper. which
when A. L.
of
was emphasised
Brook took the floor
and spoke for an hour and a ha'f
ngalns; the propesil. Mr Brook sa d
I
there was
no necessity for a cotton \
growers' organ, as the press ot the I
south was doing all In lta ix.wer to !
advance the Intereats of the southern !
cotton growers,
At the conclusion of Mr. Brook's !
speech a motion to adjourn until 10
o'clock Thursday was ci-rrled
__
j
FEVER SITUATION IN«N8ACOLA
i
Number of New Case« Showed D«- i
crease in Wednesday's Report.
The number of new rase« of yellow 1
fever cases to develop in Pensacola,
W&., Wednesday, showed a decided i
decrease, although physicians ire #t!ll j
investigating a number, which will )
no <ioubt be pronounced yellow fever
inter on.
j
!
_ 1
° nly one we " deve l°P e <l casa wax
reporte, 1. the patient being Herman
r""- * n ° ;, ' ra or of ,he
tn.on. whleh office is looked in th.
Infoe,ej district. I
A sensation was created Wedne*
rtay aftorn,v»n by the arreat of Dr.
Ooniale* upon the charge of oppos
*n* the state health authorities, and
circulating false
-
TENNESSEE CENTRAL
Report That Road ia Taken Ovor by
Southern and Illinois Centred.
ft was soml^fflelally announc-d In
Nnahrllle Wednesday that the Ten
nessee Central railroad had been
!»»*e4 for a term of ninety nine years
to the Southern railway and Illinola !
fentral, and that those roads will j
«>t*r Naahvllle by that rout« wKhlai 1
throe months. I

rumor».
leased.
TO FIGHT EIGHT.HOUR bAY.
Un ted Typothetae of America Is
Arrayed Against Union Printers.
, The of .Lm«ricm j
' 3 e,!8ä,0n " N ,'*«* ra F ' ül8 Th'^rtsy
i
ar ' d .n, !
t T, °! !
T >P°F;^"!exl l:Dion of North
^" eri ' a t3 _. br:a * t
hour day. Tue resolution cs adopted
mslntiitis the right of each member
to keep an open shop. The use of the
union label waa counselled against,
and members were urged to refuse
! to usa It.
VIENNA HONOR3 ROOSEVELT.
I
Austrian City to Name a Street for
President of United States.
! The municipal
;
j
j
council of Vienna, |
j Austria, proposes *o perpetuate the I
memo ry of President Roosevelt's sue
; uees in restoring pei. e by renaming
a street Theodore Roosevelt
I and cabling the thanks of the city of I
Vienna. The proposal has been for
maily Introduced.
,
!
;
straxsc.
t
pgp pppypu
le __
Minimum Demand of As
ciation for Cotton.
ù
EST1 MATE OF THE CR'
Seme Important Resolution# Afl*i
Upon at Annul! Conference c !
I :
1
Association Heid in Ashvills,
North Carolina.
At Thursday nicht s st sa.on of • '
Cotton Association in c» !
rentU'U at Arhvillc. a minimum pr
ot 11 » eu s was» established for i
reached after a foi
in the minimum price commi to
room during the afternoon and
Joint aecret conference of the
mitte« and the general conira: *ee
**e n got s^s on.
$>>athern
iu< timing cotton iro;. This a- t.ou v
hour»* strug*
Co
1 w * a contest In which grow»']
ipinneis. manufac ure.s
sort* Involved« and
uuti !
- ''kt Of the me.
i Ihe work
.... 1 Ivokti
e :n wh; h i
combined infl «*a« e of a:i th*s.» r
as brouj
it Into play, in ai
li preccsd«
After the anuouncenient
the u
i nitie of the crop yield of 1003
1906. the figh: narrowed down totwj
factions—oue holding for K» l .■ ,enij
and the other fin* 11 cents, notwi
standing the fact that an
Utsid« t* 4
S'i.u« o
meat clamored for \2 cents
the growers
cue Inc. nod io the opuj
I'n that the unexpeciedly shon yU >
vould ! ave a tend««
minim.:m to 12 c«»t»
crop rvpor;
to push the
but it was known that these pred.c
would not be fulfilled when the
price commute« emerged from
iio
lli
caucus At 6:45.
"We have iaborel Ilk**
a mount»Jr
The summary of the cotton crop of
reported by the atallstica
committee of the Southern Cotton
ers' Associai Ion. is a* follows
I'roduction, 9.588,133 laies; perctn
tage of condition as cotopartKl with
last year 73.3. and compared with th*
and brought forth a mouse," said oi.
of the committeemen.
The con sec \
win."
ai iv<
1906 bg,
Ci
!
'
■ government's estimate cf 72.1.
exceedingly »tnall
T1»
and a half twl-istra
yield lx regarded
as from ten to to
H-n haies were expected.
After the minim im price commit
tee ma-te Us report,
led to lake up routine hut nos
It developed during the course of th«
the association
evening that there will he o revision
cf the constitution of the association,
hy reason of the fxet that <l\
I rro<
\
I • , , ,
! p™,. L. . '.I™
! ^«'»''Jcnt Jordan appoln oil Hick«
of Tex ""' Maxwell
! ' A ' V " ol
* "* 1 Ê ' w,n of Tennessee
m>ti u
, I
lefnilMlarfa.
»*f
u
the finance committee. TUf ,
»»»oclatlon l-eforo adjourning for th*
nf^.E' 1 th ® IfvlUtloi j
f ' h ,t z ' n * ° r 'Vaynesrlllo to visit' I
serve
1
that city Saturday.
MORE VICTIMS OF BUBONIC.
Dread Scourge Cont.nues to Get In Its
Work .
Germany,
An official bulle* in iBHued at FW»r
lin announce« ttuot fifteen new c a>«*» j
of cholera and six deaths were re
ported during the twenty-four hour*
aurtlng at noon Thur».!ay. making »
total of mi raxes • * 2 rt. xt:-,« '
Berlin is plwarderl with «eur o, pos
ter, .ghorting househoirt.-rs to xm i
that U.e'r garbage |.promVly rJ
moved and that their premia s are
kept clean
and dlreo-hig the city comptroller not
to honor warrants for salaries un -as
the presenter shall first Ire confirmed
In his appointment by »elect
ell
qi « I * . . 9 ... , ,
Philadelphia Republican« Make New
Tick In Fight on Weaver.
Select council of Philadelphia !
Thursday adopted a resolution de
manding from the various city de
partments »21 dir» concerning remov
als and resignation» from office and
c*p point men ta thereto, with reason*.
COUNCIL FIGHTS MAYOR.
coum
MAY DKTAIN PECONIC MEN
JntK Their Story of Alleged Wreck
of Ship I# Investigated.
TTie two i* en from the ill-fated f hïy
n a?
c
^ « ord - 8 —'
'
New York from the vessel's
owners, will T.loly te detained to
sererel meeüe until the truth of t* Hr
etorv Is fufiv established. Vo bodies
hare yet wuwhed ashore an ! no wr<-ek
age from tho wsso] has been seen s
(ax.
PAPISTS FIGHT SALVATIONISTS.
Establishment of Army Station In Can
ada Results in Serious Riot.
The French Catholic* In St. i.ouia
de Mote, a Lorth suburb of Mor.trsal,
a-tacked tU* newly estabhshe 1 Sal
vation Anny station there an.! *rP
I
curly Injsred some of the F;!va'lon
is s.
More riot n g
ihe
Prot'stant regiuenta a.e organli:ngto
<x;e T»
i*
defend the 8». vat onists a:irt . 1 be
a dvj hy n;tm,, r r:) of the E. Jl.sh
Proi.ve.au; Piilitla c.rpg
Q[H}|««artial
Jap*"*.» Cap ta! In Turmoil cf ~
0*fic»a» Attacked «r<j
C*r»*t*«n Cî*ürc>**i Burred.
Adrh
:tt\ ar
«sdchI «atofc!l»!Lii
I l»or\ r ^.
LAW IN TOkk)'
mg
dAjr • i' ■'
tl ten Chr
c.. .1
! th*.* *1 ' '* ^
I : am a: it
1 d.aorii«
.• n* a
m v\
' ^
! . y . j 0 T
^
bi.ro • '. *1'
cd v
N.
furt
t;
a
Tokio
Am r rear Pr'- Menaced.
B, H : in;
8cmthern Par .
Tokio on a pi
tnrcatm e l a
irtent of !. *
-rqul* In., pr»«
v.
stone 1 *>
N
wt»re Inj ire!
The Harr.in
Ins exp*ri r;
while Attend
à dinner ;
it *t of finance
J. C
on their way n
•toned
After the d!
tachmerit of h
ty bat k to the h-gation.
•topped R \V. Hch
Sent of the Pacific mall
company, and aai
but they did ho: touch Mr. Sc Ù
had an ex
I rada y
night
vturalng from
u
Baron Bon«, minti
. W. O. l-yle an
Knlul'i w«'r» « :i i. h* In a crow
the dinner, and wer
4
o
•orte I t
L* par
>
A ( n
«riu. vi< v p:
isituihlp
:el his runniMA
for in
BLOOD FLOW3 IN CAUCAAU*.
Warring Armenian and Tartar Fac
tions Get Beyond Control.
The news receive 1 In s4t. Peters
l*urg Wednesday from Rxku was of tii«
gloomiest character. The Armenian
a-ad Tartar v. arr ng factions a| p»*ar f o
be entirely bey
ifir warring factions ti»>w
be entirely beyojjd «invtt'ol.
• r ' s I'nku
• »he
ii-.irol.
Tho
appear to
The
•*:n to b*» uns, if
cf
nhal>!tann. and the fore-'
dcvjuat« to re.
twl-istra rt th>' alien h -ai • ti lcnci- s of the
-'in 1 '.ants In th-- surtout.!' ng
•"r to
oil.
According to reliable reports the
triK'.vc have been forced to withdraw
front the suburb of Halhaknn, where
«>n Tuesday the r.<> -rs >ct rre to the
ol] works an I that plat 1 " la now In
u the hands of tie 'Partam, who have
, I eompb ie l the wo.k of destn
can-d who. it i»i »aid.
I lnhahrart» who did
•tn»u,
mass»: rod th«
prit. Accompany
u
,
an oil center» I« r-;it, and wires into
j
I
cation bet *veen 71nkw and fin» Kiiburb
1 llaku
iinrn.
T« e vk rov of fhe Oj-ucnHuu has dis*
ornent of troo;si from
but »aid* to the «ondltlons
out the whole of the aouthwen*
p'fnh'»d r»* nfr
Tlfla
throng;
tern Cauca* \ |r :h th
: acht
that
■•> n v.ith th - • p*:nfor * i the
troor« will b*
tue situation, in th»>
fight !» des
lier» are using
The rlvp. I • ■ on»
i I'.Ai!u |u;i:i* to deal
vlth
uhurban region
* -i*»\ and the »ol
artillery
j the
» In-- t .elr •
' Th" « •
vurrtMs ar- .,
i h..-r.| from t' • ,
is going
: concentrât
■r,B! > -s In Baku.
♦ xde*d! f ;]y tense.
C.in:.< nading Is
Ot.ier a/ivi.-» »•
i iity. ft'J '
'n an*
and
that groat
and
of
, r of wlî i<'h there are 1.600 In
that
!
on se u
Tartar» at B/bM
f.re» are »till r etv
Nom an! fed by
n A
, end
-.g a»
tan
region
In
POLITICS IN DISPENSARY.
Mor^ Senaationai Developments
South Carolina Irvcat gation.
The moat ins; on am It»* t
brought
out at the R «i'h ''«r'iüni dl»pc*i:»ary
inven'IgAtion by the e • uiaflv
com
mJttee in »•*»»:<;:;
» ate d epfFt.sary
Talbert for govern
* Hum'er-wfl» th
oncial»
«•ippor.»*d
»va n»! H**yward
r. the campaign <>' J9<<2
A letter was real from L.
Hams to dlap- n»**r»,
c'.ol le ter he-sd»,
work for T:-' b* rt
chairman of the b
J. Wil
written on offl
irging them to
William» was then
»i d of ,lirtx-o
Ilspetissr/, xni after
obi] district and t e ."f'-u-f -J ltav;s.
ex-dl«tenscr et K
the sta-e
vsrlx tar, f., r -or.
from the >
t *■. now txjt'le
hi* > liary wia f7f
made that
empties.
buyer, tes If,- d
per moo n, an 1 that
much on the side se.Iing
This is illegal.
Wllk'-w, ex d s;x - v.-r at Har!ln«on.
hart a drink, r g platform arrange] m
he
tho M-?r of bis d'-;»
y He hid a
corks-rew a: 1 hot- >• -,;e ,><-r there
and had the following sign at d.f
ferent p.a-e* In hi* d. <-rsary:
"Notice: Cuatoroers o|»enlng
drinking beer on th-*t*e premises tnus
put em-p'y Ijo'tiea in the barrel or
box.
and
CORDON WIRKE«. Dispenser.
He looked after certain houses e:
well ihat be was given a tailor made
suit of clothes, t-cs-!ex presents. I..N.
Boykin of ihe present board of di.
rectors bad le n axle i to come before
this sitting. He no., vr rires ifce who'«
'xvard will rx>:r.e some time, and
hat Evans of the board I* sick.
DEFY STATE BOARD
Atlanta Aut'-v ri'jes .0 Refuse
norm rate Quarantine.
(
A SERIOUS CLASH ON
other Cit.rs of U«crr/j Obey Lict
Ohicisis. While Cep ta*
it Oehant and Will
Stand Pat.
cf Statr
ltC-1 oy
he threat
N->
Qusrant
I * • '
,H Allant v
the - '
to tiiat
\
ion
1 by re city
at the called
lion
V. ills F
by Pr
> r*ffi« :n
dand. president
W.'h •:
of heoli
« r-M i'i
erf» -.'ii-il- I»
h
of the firm.
• e two ! M., ! ; •.
m.it.y
nauirs will
un s'ar.il fw
in l n
m • ry
%\:c.V » '•* •*( A s rKtUb
The
.jr «• ant tue
courts
f
it A'«
• !'e in
will fight the hill In t v ;«
will no; L.
the »tato
ad
interference by
th<
i. a ?h. \ ib li ne ' s T' '' : T
a to b*»ard interfere«
refugeea
It
will
infect «id p'ln*». the rit>
the state board.
urn
Action against
; ukc
Atlanta a
; n a u pon
of heiltd
T city loan! belli \ «h
ife sn.l Is A 1
ahaolutoly
t;,a; belief The Atat** N»ard
eves Atlanta 1» unsaf« and ■< »* «
action the slate
■ • cl > nv >11 n«'» i « w"
m*d In
beard lu» at
f»»r At a.ita.
In addition to thlt action It in do
,
< Vi rod by a motion unanimously adop
7 , , ,. m m
led that by accepting th»* office <>f
rM,r» of thn »-««- cf h.*Uh
,, r || y lUrrl. t.«« v«c..e.l th- »f
« ot city t*«orloloK.-.. Thin mo
CU-rk Tl.cr»^k-4.» tue,
Fix': r, I of idntth to no m»ih to
f Atljxnta has lnvlt«d {
of the world
The city
p*»ople from all puis
thin l » gate*» :»n«l enjoy
t » i
ome
Th»» atate I «»tvrd
t '. healthy climat«*.
, f tJ . , from infecel punt»
order»
t«i a '• nipt i>) i nter Atlanta :\t »heir
risk and th.'ia tho n. jn.-r s'and»
r\ n
..III.>1| adopted tiv the At
itv» In erj
'In-' r ■>
Wrt a t'Oftt d of heal I h x
that the city of \tlanli|
It and to
ptiatlc ter
» ter/ itly ton»petenl
ds o*ti b'tslnexH and wcm'.d onttlnue
tOMimlng a'.l sienipls tU
if the state
U» C<ï so,
i intorference on the pan
luvird ami i- slttvely rnfuainK to pay
*ny !)"'» Incurred by the latter laxly
In trying to establish any quarantine
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Hair!« and aak hlm «rhoth&r or
Dr
I not he will resign hint »tato Jc;b In or
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der to hold the one under the city gov
ern men U
The special rnuutlriK of Ihe city
! Nurd of health wan called to order
j by Acting President Hraiif}(»n Th«»«
1 was a f'iN »t?endan**e of the tnrard,
a 1 th the exception of President Hen
son, who !» III.
State Quarantine In Effect.
Quarantine of the >-mlre stale of
fleorgla egalnxt all points Inf'vtod
r was Institut. '<1 Kri
W |-h yollo
fc»i
day Ly the htafe iKmrd of ) «-mlrfi
I nder authority of n resolution
j-nHseil a?, the m«*o lng c>f the »rat*
l»>ar<l a
»k «go. President Willi»
; g*. Westmoreland IsKued a proclama
Don declaring a quarantine of the !
entire aiate »gainst the yellow f
j Infected territory, en I calling upon !
; all counties and munlcli>elltlf*» In the
IT
»late to aid In Its en for«
T!"» action follow» tue refusal of
I the Atlant» board of health to put on
a quarantine i n Atlanta Prt finally
**vory other ci*y In tho which
I we» advl»« d t>y the »tste bosr l f»f
' health to institute quarantine against
1 liif<*c*ed «point» have done so, and nad
1 Atlanta followed suit, It ir. »*a»«td, th«
j step taken by the state l*oard would
; hardly have been regarded a« noc
eesory.
I COOKED IN BOILING 8PRING.
!
Florida Wo*nin Meets Tragic Death
io Yellowstone Park.
M's» hNmnie A. W*<
ks, agwl wig'*.
I ly over fifty, of Washington, D C„
Is rt-ad In I.lrlngs'on, M/>msns. from
i the. effect, of falling into a boiling
spring In the Yellowstone national
\ p»rk s»venl days ago Her body
1 literally cooked from the waist down,
. and death < n*ued after a period of In
'ense agony Miss Weeks was a ns
was
i live of Halneevll'e, n.., where she
1st» reiatlve* a, one time she
wax
stenographer to former Senator Cell
; of Florida, but at the time of her
: d-ath held a clerkship in the tree«,
: try department
TWO DEAD; SCORE INJURLO.
Fata!.tie» Result from Collapse cf
Condemned Building in New York.
Two persons were kti'eil, on: of
them a girl 1« years oid, when
building at Clraud and Mott s roots
In New York city collapeed Thursday.
The building is said to hav
demned two years ago. but kart been
,erm.ited to be o
investigation w;:l he .u.-ültiitert
]
a
een con
pied sln-e
Aa
PENSACOLA IS MENACED.
New Fever C«*e* Inert«*« and Cause
Alarm- -The Situât on at Other
Infected Pointa.
In
rworl
«• ! a b.K
h
la. Ha.
In*
F* n
o\<r an
> r t'ak
on la.
to 6
I.» kt o ♦ < • n n* *r » I • «
. h \. v: in«- I « a « «
.»tv
to the
or
• %'d
but
led .1-1
it now re ; *
s.t
I
wan that of (
ortnerl;
son. Ohio,
•r at \ »
lull
Atsch*!*'
•k sine««
ired his
in.t came
Vickttuffl Fumigates
ere uo new
doitUs lu Vicksburg. Miss,
From 10 u in.
hour in the afternoon a
business house In the clt)
the lay having been si
general fumlgatl
igh. nearly
îlnh'ir h o \ ln «
T
fov-r ui
d «part for
Thin work w.»s
pounds of
Nsw lotsction at Natckfi.
•h in Natch«»
I* w fevei
T
mdary Infwtlon ha*
appearod. The patienta
sjoy* living In the m
h n ,u original inf• tlon. though three
e of tho b
that
White
are
ic neighSorhi
. l
ocka apart
». n si. k and m* > ol of gi- ig Jinmo
C!U to the (>
,cj hosptfSi. Tola
iv ik«M three ca»« >* under treatment
Ffvfr Situation
The M^HHiwsIppI yellow fever sum*
n*t r y up to Friday night wo
-. I w a Gulf Dort, five new e«
i-rg«
Miss ts'ppl.
ful
■s. no
Mirtsisy-ippl <Mty, lu» new
death. Natch***, thr««* new
new aiiI) fiH'l, making
11
Vh ksburg. pesrllngton
ib
di
-, and
fal of seventeen
cl at »
an l Hands boro report no new •
Alabama Bar# Florida.
Ht Ate Health Officer W H Han
ders »»( Aialtsina authorise*« the an
nnunremen* that he has put on an
Mnhama qnsrantlne nanlnst the «n*
tire state of Florida, which go«« into
effect at I
The state health officers action la
taken, no *•*»)*. be« »use of the largely
Imreiaml number of new cas» a down
in ihc report from Pensacola
Hr fused Perm ««ton to Land.
A Tallahassee dispatch aays Tho
steamer Tarpon, plying between Pen*
-ico i. Apainchlcnl a and Carrabsile,
V . .
a . has been refused permission to
, . .. , . ,
iand at th»* two last named i»la<
''V
! um - r , *^ rto ' n «
, "! «"* Oa^rnur
^ ^
| ^pun luui not woirin IVn»a
cola harbor rince August 2». referred
them to th« law forbltfiflag th« quar
antining of the town wffhtn fhe »tat«
.isnlnst another without permission of
i the stale board of health, and »»Wed
them to ict with Ihe state healtn
A'Phorliles.
4
lncr«4«« at Nsw Orleans.
Thor*' sure forty four rew <•»««•«
and four deaths In N**w Orleans Fri
day There Is no lunounttriK for the
posai
physician» have
♦•porting more positive
Jump III the MX Old, except
b'v th« fact that
In t * I y been
vnn, ' n '"' ,l 1 ""' ""' ,plr ' m " Tl "*
only n« w fOlnt of Infectkm
country rt'ixrrt cvl during the ii»y was
!iv Dr. llrady, who dlarov^red a neat
of twelve a on Wood lawn plan*
tstlon, 20 niltOM below N«*w Orlcan»,
another r*A»*» two mile» below.
0»h«T roil.at ry r«'portii wer«:
Kenner, five
•air»» Hanctin City, two rs»«»; Dayou
NlrboliH. H erat aria c ounty, one c a« *.
Hr Mary Parish— Patterson, eleven

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Jcfforaon Pariah
ne»r c no de if I» ; Hiyou Poeiif,
four fAHe», KIvcThld«* Plantation ha»
had 1HO ca«e» to flat»* and »even
'l«*sf h». ralhilah, seven c*«»«*», l^ako
ProvId'Tic ", »even case».
St Chari*» Pariah Ht Hose, two
deaths; Patterson plantation, one
Miaalaslppl
Gulfport, five new
cn»<'»; Natch»*, three new ci
gullla, near Rolling Fork, one new
>•»; An
♦ a»e.
ANOTHER OFFICIAL GOES OUT.
Chi« « Bureau of Animal Industry
Sand. In Resignation,
f*!"- David E SnJmon. chief of the
bureau of rtnlmal Inrtux r j of the a*rl
cultural department, hax t<-nrtfr<-il hie
rt-elmation and It has a- ep ed
to take effer. r«j October
The resignation was
announce 1 hy
Secretary Wilson Wednesday, hut he
declined to »täte whether the
s.-ver*
ance |s due to the charg— s fiî.'.l
c-mtly against Dr Balmon.
re
HALF A MILLION IN ASHES.
D.aaatroua Fir. Occurs In Railroad
Freight Yards at Chattanooga.
A, least l'bo.ooo I* the estlinaied
los» in a fire whl< h occurred .Sunday
In the freicht yard* of the Cincinnati.
New Orleans an I Texas f'aelflc rail
way rompany at Chattanooga, to slly
destroying the freight depot, with Its
entire conten'*. forty-eight
! car*.
freight
st of which were fully load
'd; 'wo mail cars, two baggage cars
and the private t ar of Super'uteadent
i McOutre.
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