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was tix warm to fvm permit of pnr ley and the officials of the train decid ed that It would be to make Itt irajr bark. An unsuspecting fellow walked fnu the diKil at Ituyne and entered the train to deliver a telegram to on of the physician. The guurdt found It out and would not lot him get hack Into the town and In const quem-e the unfortunate messenger wui ronipellpd to remain on board. The train returned to Ufayettft at almtit ( o'clock in the afternoon and tayed In the atatlon about half an hour. Among the passengers were pr B. R. Olllihnnt, Dr. Cartnr of the I'nlted Rtatcs Marine hospital. Dr. Oulteras. Dr. Smith and Messrs. Tarltpn and Freter of Franklin. Mr. Beverly Mile. t-Sherlff Frere. Superintendent Owns, of the Southern rarlflc, Dr. Alfred Du perlor of New Iberia and sereraj oth ers. Had not Rayne prevented the party from panning through It would hsvs ben Interfered with elsewhere. The authorities of Ijike Charles and Op lousas wired here that the train would not l pormlued to pass through these town. It la reported that Dr. Ciulterss. who was on board, was trying to make bli way Into Tej!. where hli aerrlrrt art j wanted ox u (ever eipert. j Tlii' news that the physicians who! were on the train had recently been j In rnrtart with yellow fever p.ittcnt I cntiiu-d rfral of unfavorable comment, i The circulars Issued had dated pos'-' lively tht Dr. Carter would l e the j only one from an Infla ted point. j Tlila art Inn of the people along the i road will In all probability put an end to th move to have a conference of physicians representing the different town and parishes. Any plan to nwd Ify the quarantine would hardly mrot with the approval of the people. I f r.nt.r Med la ttaiara. Lake, Charles, U.. R pt.80-While Pr. Olllphant and aaslclate on the confer ence trian from New Orleans were In communication with Calrsxlu parish In their efforts to reach this rlty South ern Pacific engine and roach slipped Into th lake Charles depot from the west yesterday beating Dra. 8weartn gen and lilunt, health ofllort of Teiaa. They had hoped to meet th New Or leans delegation hers hut ur i finding ths situation as It was. haat neJ lark i oi.m-h from some poln' near when" It would atrlke the Puerto river could reach the fanious llntopolls mines. JninR.il ttmm s Trala Itinera! Wells. Tel., Sept. 30. A young man about 21 years old. Jumped from the nir ml of the Incoming train of the Mineral Wells and North western railway midway betwecu j Went herford and this city Wednesday morning and Is quite seriously Injured ' nlmill Iks hu.fl on.4 I I I.. .... ot.'.'m. . huu uytwjt lie in un known and unconscious. He had let ters addressed to R. I Hughes. Dough erty. I. T., from his brother, Ueorgn B Ilitgbea, I'aleHtlne. Tex., and from hit mother at the same place. Ills bet had blown off and he Jumped after It He was brought to this city and Is be ing cared for by ritiirn. 4 kllit Hnra4 la laalk. forma. Tel., Bit. SO. Tht little 4-ycar-old daughter of Mr. Outhouse was burned to death here. The parents ! left the children at the house und went to the fleld to pick cotton. The little ones Ignited the gran iiexr by snd th" flames anight the dress of the little gli and she whs very badly huned Iwfori help could reach her. I H ath put an end to her sufferings. the fyani.-h Taliind fli'n anl lIii;natioBi,o'iitiMl. SOLUTION OTidl MUDDLE. I Is Said ifcal lp.at t'Hm Iks lief Maala Will Adept Tavarus lb I'nlUtl HiM'tHls May rata Iks libiil. Or I'helns Kaail. Vlcksbitrg, Ml.. Sept. 10-Dr. A. J. 1'helps, a wealthy pointer snd lately president 'f the Mississippi levew itnuril. died r.t Nlll.i Yoiinia. Mi. e was (iriiut's snrg'-tin general In the sclgo of Ylckshurg. Miieccgi-e. I. T.. Sept. SO.- The treaty between the l ulled States and thu Creek nut Inn lins In en signed by ths two comnilwliiucis. ATTRACTED ATTENTION.' Malkaa Mraaa l'aar aa Milk Said la Ik H.g Clitaa. Columbus, 0.. Sept. .10. -A feature of the morning scimlon of the buttons! conference of mayors and counrllruen that arouNcd great intereet among the delegates was the reudlng of a paper contributed by Nathan Btraos of New York on the "Influence of par milk supply oo the death rats or children." Most of the mnnlctpnl officer here bm conversant only to a Knitted extent with the work being (ton by Mr. Straus In New York city. Naturally r.s ths Calcasieu river, w Here the ,h? " n to lw,rn train remains The wire, were kept : " "wnM IO lue 01 "rm hot all the aftern.K.n. and last night 1 ehm" "' Tn r"J IM-eeldent Me-er .f tha Cslcssteu psr- nT Frl "f N'w York, snd Its epen Ith Inuird of health wired: "J hsve lng statement thut "There Is practical commuted and authorlied the spmiar ty nrt milk delivered fir general ron traln f Houston l-arti.K T'a. , , ,1U. ,, , , b fpJ health officers, to crews mr parish for I . ' . , . . conference w ith your deles' Ion pro-; " n""1"1 ,a" lo )""ng . hlldren." vldlng Acadia parish cn. tits." jwss sufliiiently startMug to i halU ngi Thre seems little piopect that th nttcntion. If not contradiction. The conference can tuke place In thin r""-, ppr closed with the following appeal: j"I think I hsve Ulrly demonstiated th- r,.,,.. . ..--ri-nv. ' proHdltlon Hint many thouand Infant PARK OUT 0FA CEMETERY. rr , la;i). , rll , ,,y lB Wurkata lMairavla Ika liiai llhl ne!cet to rilpply for nutriment of chll Sl J.Ka'a llurrlas llraaaa. dren milk which has Mn silbJiN-tcd to New York. Fept. r,n - Workmen In the pro. e of rasteurlzailon. I hold the employ of the city have begun ti th:it neglect to be criminal. And I leave Irankform the f.imnu old St. John". " )''" fl,t ,h' rwikmsibillty for burying ground Into a park. Klrst th-y It.' Mavnr J A .l(iliriptli of Puran V !l dug a large pit and Into this threw , nnt,,,v, f(,r un'rmlty state laws per" more limn Jx" nmient tombstone. (i tnlnlng to inimliipnl orfanlratlntis. s-ime of theke stones were cut Dunn I and urcH up.'li the conference the that were ones well known Id New 1 ("rn,ln ,lf ninent . ommlttee on leglsnitlon, one fioni each stale, t formulate a t'n where by lcllsinreH live thousand txHlles were burled mar mske their munlclpsl li:lMlstlon In the ceniit-r). that U now In a uniform as to il. ooweri. rowded part of the west side, snd ll ,'1m',lh V,.',""'V l:,"':'r. "' "'""?" , . ' , .... stxike on "Munlclpsl sffalrs an ailinln- Intetided f..r a pleasure ground for th. ,Hr,.(, , ., , H .. Ht)pleof the district. Trinity corKra-j n it-h wider It prcenled s clear snal- tlon' fought hsrd for the old burying of the illfferenc es between f 1. ral, ground, but was itcfeaied and obliged 1 "'"' "r,",n T"rn admlnlstrtitton. ... . .... I and defined the pnkillilien ,f munlci- to accept ...sows. f,.r the Und. home p, ,,,,,. M,rl.,. , ul,llutt HlllltllWl. of the Ix.illes were disinterred and re-1 . Dioinl, but the others will be undls-. turled. the psrk gmumts being kuld out above them. One New Yorker Madrid, Sept. 30. The Spanish cab Inet baa resigned. The queen bus ac cepted the resignation, but has asked General Aicarraga to cootlnue In ofllca until a solution of the crisis Is found. Her majesty will summon the Irad er of the various parties aad the pren Idents of the chambers tody lo con sult as to the situation. Senor Ssgasta has been telrgmihel and it Is believed that the Literal lead er will lie asked to form a c:ibitit. The ministry, whosj resiiintiiMi has Jllnt been accepted, wus coiiMlltute.l as follows: I'rlme minister and minister i f wr, Ceucia Mim-elo de Azcnri":i; mlnli ter for foreign nffiilrs. the duke of '1 timn; minister of marine. Rear Ad miral Ikiti Jose M. Iliianr.r; n,1 ul -t it of finance, iii Juan N.natto li ei t r; nilnister of i ( tnuirri e and ami ill lure. Ivm Aurellatiii l.inures Klves, minister for the colnnlcs, Don Tom us Custellano; minister for the liotue ilc partmeiit, Isin Fernanda tiuhh-tiiiyon. I'ultad Slates Minister Woodford, the duke of Tetunn anil the prest.let.t of tin- senate, the Mar'"l I'aao de In MetT7d. held a long (inference yester day and (ieneral Woodford presented to (ciietil An srrsga the ni.nln rs of the 1'nlteil States legntlnu. OaIhk to the cabinet crisis the Ciilu li.ur-iar lera have been postponed. It Is said Senor Ssgasta Is tri favor if supcrse.flng Captain Onral Weyb-r and of grsavilng astonomy to Cub-t Im mediately. Senor (inrrmio wHUiridisbfy U- min ister for forntgn affairs In th new cult Inet. It Is sal if the soltrtlon of th" clsls dejiends npin the policy to be svfoirted toward the I alu-d States. I.lliial hiI Itbiuns declsrs thst they U sl.ju.iy resist Atneiica'a pretennlous. On and after OCT. 1 Bryan I I will sell only for I am iroinir to discontinue busings in on January 1st, and am compelled to bring my business to a Cash Uasl In order to collect my accounts. I will appreciate It very much if those who owe me will come and settle.. Want to Thank my friends and Customers for the liberal pa tronage they have given me. I will still keep my stock FRESH and Complete with the best Groceries, and solicit a share of your trade for cash until January ist. - The Grocer: ED MALL We Lead the Town S LARGER CROWD THAN ELVER. IVobI himS LalsTt liliusetr Uaniit H l'l.e.l an ih Maal rhb airo. Sept. !0.-The rnh of hu manity at ths erlmlu.it court yter day was greater than nrion any other occasion for ths past two wee, a. The eeport spread that I.nlgert hlmslf woiiM be i ailed to the w it n J stand t.i tell his story to the Jur. Teople by hundteils struggle 1 to gall) inlinlsMioti to the i ourtrooi.i. I.tMgert msy n called any day now. eipt on 1'iliay, On School Books. Satchels, Bas kets and other 5chxl Supplies. Lanniappo with Every Purchase-"' E. J. FOUNTAIN. The Druggist. DUYAX Water, Ice, Light and Power Co. 9nr 1aul has te. n i - J net I;. i..n l.t..i.i..ni . ih Na Jlaekinaiy. We ksvsdssSltd our 1 i.itu g sfats;, si.4 se hs vn y- a n 1 W4. NOVEL WILL CONTEST. w hose kindred graves ware to be cover ed by a walk Is aaid to have obtained a nnslinflcatlon of ths plans by which (lower bed Will be above ths bodies. Vntll now the century old tombstons. aa tkaegx " l'a Itrsaatl l'awr la O.I nt. of th K.tala. Canton. O.. Sept. In. A contest ha arisen over the w ill of Thomss K. Mor gan, the value of whose estate Is plsced at something over II.ishi.im.hi. Three the Inscrtptlona on whose faces have sons were made beneiirlarles to the ex- ben almost effscsil by th hand of , tent of l-II rnch of the estate. Another time, have been objects of wnnder andj Interest to strangera. telling of a time whn New York waa a little rommu nit t at the IvMithern snd of Manhattan Island. MANILA FIRE SWEPT. Btaay Taalle Wallalaas llraraa aaa Maav I. m U.I Vi Is. rhlllpplne Islands, Sept, 30 lire bare 1'uesdsj dostroysd tbs gend.rmes quarters, the tubl.c llbrmry, ths museum .and many other pubjlo I son was given ln-24. It Is churned by ths three sons and other heirs that Un favored son used some hvpnotlc In fluence over Mr. Morgan which Inducrd him to give him tuore than his legal shar. u Is known that the son fa vored has frequently xerelse mes meric power over others, and ths con testants will set up the claim thst auoh power wss used on ths deceased. Coun sel iaa been rnga4 and the case premises lo be A holly ,fougbt one, Mr. Morgan arid Trepidant McKlnie wsre Inttsaate frtenUs. Ths prealdtnt aouut to make pnbilo bts ap- Bath. Tubs, Lavatories, Wash Sinks, Garden Hose, Hose Reels. Etc. V (ti oiir emi ler tlisl W.iis i. u.-lm t irn 1 .iibii Full line of KUXTKH' l.It.HT KINTl'KKS sn-l Furnishing ss he Is silH-rstlUoua about R'.U-1 Wiutf J' 1! 1 .1 i I 1 1 4 1 i in. for the first time on Friday. I Dr. It. I. II. Itlcs-r was r-al!c.l to-1 day and iiueslloned sh to bis evperl- ments with tin man bon I. ill, I in n; lo per cent solution of caustic sixl. The niost lmtM,rtant matt"r bninghtj out was his devlnratlnn that tf, Sines, priMluifil by the prosecution ba 1 never been subjected to a lest of p:.tah so lution, lie slid the surface niul cell etal nipears"ee of the botios. w bldi th prosei titliin maintains were f mind In snd around th vst. did tint Indicate they hsd i ver corns In contact with n potash solution. Ui. P. franklin & Son, Butchers and Meat Oealers. SHOWS A DIG INCREASE. (alaraSa's tl4 Nalllaa rrartnrilua far Aaa Tkat f tt j Denver. Sept. 30.-Denver liramh, mint gold bullion receipts have Juslj been compnted by Asssyer W. J. Puck- ett'a fores ttr the last nine months and the hooks for Septcmln r si rs' closed. The flgnres represent what U estimated as a little over one-h uf thn stats'a prtxluetlon of the yellow metal becsuse only two out of the seven smelters send their bars to this Insti tution. The receipts during Scptitniicr sg grrgatcd tt.M9,3t5.&9. the aam month In 19, tl43.M.7l; gain t;ui.0oi .. During the nine months from Jan uary I lo 8ptemlHr 1 the twelpts ag gregated H.Sm.OAX.G; for ths aame pe riod of M the sggregate amount was l1.13X.43w.tC. against j.:C9.C27. Asssysr Fuckstt asserts that th mint will rstslvs fll.OOO.roo durlDg U eaT. j "Wool and ZEPolts. Markets under Academy of Music and in Zen natti block. Telephone 30. Talk with C. J. BLACKSHUFt about insurance ol the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. RICHARD A. McCUROY, Prts. The Oldest Company. Organized 1842. 1 li I stttr.1 roaipsuv A..rU ,t ?M.T4t i is t) u .1 mlKinf n.wn ;a',-TaJ The HisrH'oaiiny Krrvs f.V'"."J It. r't raik eisian .. 1Is,a,tU surfiln S'.:l4;e tt'tt wrtly .f rrewnst mla- InmraBrs l,w. ' n we.-a 1Mb .... T1.T M- M KiT Writes U'4 riitlrrent rontrarti for tnsis and female. C. J. BLuVCKiSl U:A!w Audit. j OfVic at Hall's Drag Mor, Hrykn, TsiM L ..II Si W Kl.k . ta-J from the firs many weople wrsrs.lurnsd . rT.. v.. , ' v.. a,w to dsalji. origin. Ths firs was of IncajulUry Morgan bad ben chosen when death Lutl4nlj cams. AnJrtw Carnsgls was aoovhar strong friend of the oscsssod. Will sVaaw aVila raaatewallaa. Pan Dlsgo, Cal.. Sept. SO The pro Jec led read -from Chihuahua, Mstleo, to ths wss roast, which la to be built nndar a concession grastod to Usury C. tysel sjd Altrwd A. Hpndlov wlH soon 'ts oommancad. Ikis line will opsa ad lire transportation fscllttlns' to msny mlalng districts, eitetulve ag ricultwraJ and g rasing lands and Inn aseass forssU of ss'.sodld timber. Tar OU4ra Criaata4. JVlma, .'sb Bept. 50. Ths farm bouse of A. L. Gordon burnsd late last plgbt. destrovlag Uie ,sstlre coateots sod consuming three .children. The children were lft aloQe In ths houwi by their father, who. west to the barn, lie returned In SO miautsa to aJ his horns in flames. Osrdao was danger -ously burned la his sftorU to aavs his chlldrea aad may dls. VIA! M - f 1 I X t Don't EVet Imagine That any ono houso has all the Iow things from Northern and California markets now coming to town. -. R. Ll WILSON'S Stock is Complete ami anjthing you want, if il's in town, I fa at Wll SON'S. Take a look at hit stock and you'll think eo.