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r 1 "provnncnt l;,1K)rte.l Fron CASEsTS DEATHS. H Orlaaas. rne we wniii- Tslilrred free, from Infection oil.. . quarantine should be raited, fur aa we are conrerne.l. Thirty-five people wit brought from M'Henty Kundny and the Iralu will be sent there for 2f more. Hurgcon Wiisdln report two new ram- of fever at Mcllcnry, making four now uuder treatment Hu-re. ftamaraaa. KW rU, " rase.. 4 death. Wwrd. 1 fc,tw,,ldet(, .. IUa.,4. f , W,rd" 11 ' ..-. : dcatht. M" Yum 4 6rw rtlM, 0r,- SI M case, i death. Pfran,,,n l"tl... Do n-port of dow case,. Mobile 4 new tun. ".Sail. M r-. 0rl'. 0.1. 4 -Th,. board Ult. of t), ft ' at. of UuUlnana offl- .I , """" the .tat,,, f affair Or I. an u r.Mrd yellow ft- to h a. fiu,,. taring (l,e hulir rp()in(i f p m 't"!T, (. t. J, theie r,.: ,,.. l fTr ,n -I'-. 3U; total ir.m jyei ,,rr t (lato. 8, fc ''; V"lu's'v r. covered. VI; ' utdtr tr.Mtm. i,t. lv OrlnM. Ort. 4 - At 10 o'clock M4 ao drain, to Hi.. heard ol '.. It la taiiOtntH that iiumer- i;i u repute.) today a on '"?. -raja la. i, ,r, n.jth ilag lt evpeiia to aw FTHirlaJ U'V... .1.. - . ' uvh mr irii i ""4 tiurrt tfr ordrd to .0 liT ronalilrra thla n- tUU Nrk ran fi!rU Frar (sm at Nttla Vama. VI. kiliii ar. Mlaa.. Ort. 4 - Lntrr art lrra from Nltta Yuma aay that Mm diKtora Iihv r'prt'il four new rajira thorn. Mr. C. 11. Ilium. Mix Ilium. MIhn Sarah ThompHiin ami tlm dipirt acnt ther. Thfwa arc pmnounrt'd to L yvllow fever. Hart IUy4 ml Watilatla. Waahlngton. Ort. 4. fiurgron ien rral Wjrman of the marine hoapltal aervlre, Sunday received the follow' ln( advices from the yellow fevrr dla- trlrt: At Mobile there were 4 new ranea, no deatba. At Kontalnlil.a.'il there were 3 refil Rea adtnlttet, 12 ill harfi and !CU re main. Thre a. one rane of fever at Drranlon. Konrteen raw and one death at El Warda. Tetlaw " M ataame. Iwea. Del., Ort, 4. -The Korean fnilt el earner John YVIUon. 10 da.va from IIimrji del Toro, Colombia, ar rived at IMaware breakwater quaran tine yeeterriay with her flax at half ma.t. When the quarantine urnwm boarded her he found the Unly of Chl. f I'.iiitliner Chnrlee I'rl.rMin. aK.'d 37 yenra. of HeiK' n. Norway, who died n the paeiuiKe Krlday laet of yellow lever. The Wllwin U one of aeveral fruit (teaim ra M. h are ahut out of our noil! hern porta on arrount of yellow I fever and 1 rl itarl rial their cargo.- of fruit to l'hll.eli,ila and New York. The WIliM.n left Mobile Sept. mlwr 12 for a aro of hananaa. On Si pt. l.'i the mate waa taken al k and land ed on the 21 at H.Maa del Torn. The dleeaae tu thara railed malaria, bm there la no doubt It waa yellow fever. On the vnyae north I'rternon waa taken elrk on the 27 and died Ortolxr 1. A coffin waa taken aU.ard the at earner yeeter.lay and the body placed therein, together with a quantity of ala ked lime. It waa then placed In an outer boi and broucht anhore and ta4iin their obu prac- t,urted In the government burying At ttiltera now aland rroiind by the crew of the Wllwin. ' . ,. ... I 1 he (trainer left for Iteedv Inland at K ourhljr fumigated there and the crew placed In quarantine for aome time The government quarantine atatton la located at Kerdy laland. whl. h la a"ut 40 ml lee aoiith of Philadelphia and a apread of the plague la not apprehended. SAMUEL M'MILLAN DEAD. lie V m rmu4 uim H-BBtnr Kr.m KIllMeMula Vrnm IM7H I lax St. T'aul, Oct. 4.-8iimui'l J It. Mc Millan, I'll It I'd Ktate Hcna'or from JK7(i to sH, iid at bla home In thU city late liiBt nlKht of aniieiula. lie had bea III for nearly a year. lie ma. born In llrownavllle, I'enn., h'eb. 22. 1K26. Ch.MiHllig law for a profeaalon, he l lulled in the office of Kdwln M. Stanton, afterward aocrctary of war. In lH.r,2 he removed to i.tlllwater. Minn., removing to St. I'aul In II continued hla practlc until ISr.B. when he waa elected Judge of the flrat Judi cial dlatrlct. In 1)184 he waa appoint ed aaaoclate Juatlce of the aupreme court, and In the name year ha waa elected for tha full term of seven years He waa rft-elocted In 1871 and In 1871 rhonen chief Juatlce. In February, 1875, he was elected" to the I nlted Ptatea senate aa the result of on of the moat noted deadlocks In the histo ry of the slate. Ei-Covernor Haniwey waa the Republican caucus nominee and Cuahman K. Iavls. the present eenstor, waa a bolting candidate. Mc Millan waa elected on a narrow margin after a prolonged ronteat. In 1HH1 he waa re-elected. While In the senate he was chairman of the rommlltee on clalma and succeeded Koscoe Conk ling aa chairman of the commerce rom mlMlon committee, lie was alao a member of the Judiciary committee and revolutionary war claims commit tee. On hla retirement from the senate he renumed his law practice and after ward held no office. A year ago he wa one of the leadlna snlrlts In putting a atop to prist fighting In Minne.ota. Me wan prominent In the rreabytcrlan rhiinh, and In 1Mo uraa ch.wen me of i the two men 'mm the wnl on the com- milter or revimon Ol 'ne conn-wouu "i faith of that Ixidy. 1 iiViil J 4etetnilnlng na'ure of the It k thertfure pnMwble niany M,ltr'.S:t tiMBIil m reiHirt.-d Orks&t ai'ml-T of the .-gls-f-t led u many of the -7 ntiwrs aa csn g.t V-i the rliv roun.ll will IkiM ca gUltig more money V'.W fca.-d of health Slate auth Tl v mid Biotif j through the fl- tirs' If t!ie cirieM of I he I. gla JliUt oMalned. rUK-- k.v:ll Is (ILinfe-ttng rif U (if f-e g:i'. f r Teiaa Via ' IV. Tb 'et. REFUSED TO INDORSE. e4ratla ef lk er Cntr II J-t4 ll-t r ae.rrliWI. Chi. ago. Oct. 4. Anarrhla's, who art jil-r dlKln- arranging for a demonairatlon In nirm- Xri ft f..r the ma.U was tried i ory (if ,h rlAru, fnf ,Uy. ayivl UNrlii were thoroughly I Ta K-.t r tgofcwd wit ntmm i. thl. ."-ihe lie.luie.1 arrhal of 5"0 ; !, ln.mlgr.ti'a An offer la ll i .. I l.....tt. ... nr.. ! nlanutli'n remote ". . . - . I... Un.l. nihil tne mini'.iini"" "".' I L.., i.i.. th.w.nnrbiv i " mawacre. dn.pd a bomb In ' a the council of the Chlcaco Federation of l-alxir by aektcg for aa offl. lal rn dorwmrnt and cooleratlon of union la Inir. The Invitation stirred up an from the ill jr j hour's violent delate. At length the high ionn.il of union lnlor went nron A and taken .are ,.f until It 1 fe rerori! t,T rrrndlatlng any Implied fra H them g to me ii umi i..m ,),. ,n iinnm and anar. hy. U Whit b the? are d'-etlnrl. tn,, r,,. .,,,) , tl(K, mny ,;rtrt n the roniing fiffrl! or memorial wr it twSr4. Ulrra by a V.ile of fmir to one. After n..r. M .KliVt 4 -Df. imnn. of ;the vote a majority of the anan hlatlc E.lwarfls. V.. I j element left the hall In a body, the state lrd of h.sllh gave out ine vr'.iig ststement li nUbC. Tht d -ctors rl-ned 11 new cases of yellow fever for Sunday snd 2 deaths, e-.i .Uitha to date. 12; t-'ial num- THE STOCK YARDS LOST. Jds raster ItarMas tae Kaa.as Law W Ml Onere4 -Aawal T.kea Topeka, Oit. 4 Judge Kilter has handed down an opinion In the Kan sas City Rto'k Tarda case In which he decided against the company on every legal quest Ion ralaed. The opinion It sweeping and the decision la a com plete victory for Attorney General Hoyle. The atork yarda rompany will appeal to the I'nlted States supreme court. The Kanaa City 8ttk rards rase grew out of the efforts of the Hik yarda company to prevent the enforce ment of the law paeM-tl tiy the last lan aaa legislature reducing lue )ardage thargea The taking i-r testimony in the rase begun at Katmas City April JO last, Oxorge W. Clark, assistant at torney general of Kansas, acting aa speclsl master. The purpoer of the stork yards yeople was to pn.ve the present rhargea reaaonsble. that the prices flirt! by the Kansas legislature were ruinous and that In atirmntlr. to Mi rates the state Interfere.! w Ith In terstate commerce. The yards lie In both the Kansas CIMm. b-!ng situate.! on the Ksnsas Mlsstourl line. To the rompany. which Is the srmn1 largvsf In the coun.rv. the remit tf the tss mrana thousands If n t millions of dollars. v- Pf sew caws to dale. SI.. t.a aauster under trea'nien.. .... aumher dls. harged am! convalem-eut. 1TI. 8uber seriously III. of tllla.i. .i.l Miss. tct. 4 -Hoard W... I .stltk report ' r,,v'r r" " 4cr treatment. VX tuspl. Ions rss-s. I. 1 .raes . t.wal fever M Jl-. . ..l ..llnsr feier n.ains HI utu. e. I' t(l yellow ie"r 1 dt.-bt Sunday. 2 SI Seeaalaa Irnato. Mlsa. (Vt. 4 -Two deaths JZi here Sunday from yellow e, one. Mla Alice Ivlmaa, daugh rf I. P. Mmas, city clerk., aliout v years of age; the second a that rfMr.ir.kk iwsmond. a native of Ire- Was Marrr4 ream Mwsslat San rranrlsco, Oct. 4 --Adolph Kntt ner, one of the wealthiest and l-t know n rttltent of the San Joaquin val ley, has Just returned from Europe and confirms the previously telrgrsphed re port of how he wss barred out of Hua ala bet suae he Is a Jew and because r. a youth st the time of his departure he sailed for America without obtain ing the permission of the authorities War. era Ml Wire. Chicago, O. t. 4 - In the progress of a quarrel here William MrCa'rb, an advertising agent, mur.lcrcl his wife by rutting her throat with a raror. Me then made what la einected to prove a aiici-essful attempt at suicide by shooting hlnisrlf through the left breast snd through the hesd Jealousy la supposed to have oeen the motive for the crime. EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGED. A Clevelaae; W.a I ear Arrast Mil MM lr. la Rrra.ver's Hats Cleveland. M. 4 - John J Shepherd a local csrl'vllst and a memtwr of the firm of Charles M. Totter to. wss, arrested here thla morning chargi-d i with cmbrMlement. Trank Haas Kotdnaon swore to allegations In the warrant snd al filed a petition In the common court of pleas, asking for a receiver for the Arm of Charles M. Potter Co. on a claim for I'Sl.f"'. Judge ting appointed Aleg 8. Taylor receiver The claim Upon which a re ceiver Is asked for Is alleged U be dm for street rallwsy stock In the Fort Wayne Consolidated Street Hallway company, which Mr. Hot.lnson wayt the firm owes him. In the warrant for Sh. pherd s arrest. Itobtnson savi Shep herd held money and property to the amount of IUJ.:v. $21U'w worth or first mortgage tnds of the Port Wsvne Consolidated Street llallwav t company, of which he made no ac- j counting The value of the bonds arw placed at lli i00. NEW l-aaaea YORK POLITICS. May. of see snd a resident of , laelaasll lawyer lea aa4Sratr . . .. f,,r alsml to years, lie i Washington. Oct. 4 Warner M an aed anl inflrm moiher who UI(.mnBi ona f the b.-st knowr law arj hi of yllow f'r e""1 nnl M" jyers In Cincinnati, dlf.1 suddenly at the a- ri t l'v mn n',,ir " Klgc house In this city today, lie area- . ,n svt an offl' 11 r. port of th , , 3,in,illy aioiurently In g.md t nevr (iis's as the Illness of ; nrBith, was taken aud.lt nly 111 ami died " a s left "i'',p" ,n ,,r-' within half an hour. v h'.' " . ii 1.. t.t mt n in. i i hit It Is inn""- - ''' - Tl . re are a C'-at many new '". .,1 thrin arc very sick 'tli the aluaM..nlfl' H, Heinle quite serious. Ala. Il- 3 "" ''vor''1 ulnlain.d Sunday bv a re (,.ur new tas and tin nunilier of casrt. Mobile, record " .rt Of bl . Total . , a.,.h. U. Iitli'' "-"'geJ rut , 4, mi.!, r ..tal""'1''- M rs Sa4 Iseaa New York. tvt. 4 -Mm Mary Pidn dexter Speed, widow of John C.llnitT SHtd. editor or U-slbw Weekly, and a well known wrlt.r. Is dead at her sum mer home In Mendbam, N. J. :i. tlrasa Sp'la Afeaat Frae. O-ran Spring. Miss. O.I. . Sm- . ..w a. fur our little city -ay wits tne ni" " , . m ,f fever and In fad. f w th no nw se i n ,,,,,... nosbbneMolani index-opt tho two Jvph -'a cc V h ire very mu.h ,yPn. . reporte.1 was sri '""-""" rr-- vesJitr webavf of' ' THE MAKKErS. I altaa. New Turk. Oct. 4 -Sptits quiet dllng V Mlil- Nrw Orleans. Middling tic. Oct. 4 Spot steady t.trrstark. Chicago, tVt. 4 'attle 10c lower, Teiaa atrera. 2.7iHSW. Sheep alendy to l'v lower. ,-. es ( swtl aw the araltv af mrh. Itondon. Ott. 4 - Newspapers here generslly psy much attention to the New York polttl. al tainpalgn. publish ing long artlrltw of dispatches and rtll- i torlals on the subject. The C.l..le says- Judging from the Times' dispatch Henry tb-orge will be the next mayor Americans do not exceed a quarter ol the whole population and European anarchists. eoctallatB, Callan. Poles. Hungarlaiis and Kaseians. all the very lowest of their race, will support the man whose childish, economies and wild thet.rlis are detce-tcti In every cap Ital In P.ur.tpe. Theee inlng the peo ple who will swrr public opinion. It ! the height of M'snrdlty to rwve about ltw being thlckwr than water." The PalU Mall.C.arrtty article Is written b an Araerlian I;id roji.lud.vs by slating that Tammany will 7 illili ill iiyiL I I 0 The Health Oiliccr has raised the Quaran tine against all Texas Points, and Has knocked the spots out of Prices on Dry Goods. Beginning Tomorrow, Monday, at 9 a. m.. he will sell the following Goods at ACTUAL COST FOR CASH for Today an (i Bleached and Brown Domestics. Bleached and Brown 10-1 Sheeting. Ginghams, -Vll Colors and Grades. A large line of Bcautil'l Prints. A large Stock of Beautiful Dress Goods. Full line White Wool Blankets. Ladies Wrappers, Cloaks and Jackets. THESE : GOODS : ARE : NEW : STOCK, And I olTcr these Inducements be cause I NEED MONEY AND MUST HAVE IT. You need the Goods. The Doors are Open. Come and get them. G w sr se THE DOCTOR IRRITATED. tin. Rt. l-ollls. (Vt 4 -Cattle WjeaK as sterra, I2 ":.fj25. Pimp ttsady. rrrstsaaial Aaaalataiaata. Waslilngton. (Vt. The rcrsident has made the following appointments: William U. Plm'h of Wisconsin en voy cvtraoTdlnary and minister pleni potentiary to Paraguay and Vi-uguay. Jamt I. lodge of Indiana, consul a! Nagasaki. Japan. Cmrge W. iM.kinson of New ork. consul at TVellevllle. tnt. Alvan Ptnlth of lihio, consul at .Tin IJsd. West Inrttcw. Peny McElrath of Kewr tork, eotv asil at Turin. Turhrr. atlna la IS. I.aetiert Trial varair f saailaas lr. Allaarl. Chicago. Oct. l.-The pnvs.tiitlon la plsnnlng to deliver a crushing blow ti the defense In the l.lt.-Ueil minder trial. It Is aeecrled that the prosecu tion will produce upon the witness stand three of the women whom the witnesses have Identified as Mrs. I.uet grrt, but who ray they are not. If Ibis testimony Is Introduced and well rup pclted It will havi'athr effect of arous- ! li a doubt as to the Ideiitltl. atlotis of I the wltneesrs who lllse thev ssw Mrt. I.uetrert stsi fcder her dlsappcar- aace. The prodiutlon of the women who have lecn l.letitllli'd as Mra. l.uet gert will folXiw tie closing evidence and will Ih In the nature of a rebuttai trom w hlch tfley were taWen'wete very I guarde.1 The witness had not for-l gonen tne traps inu a nu n ine iinise cutlon had letl him Thursdav and he was wary. Pentoe Assistant States At toney M. K en. who did the rrtvss ques tioning, sat Prof. IVirsey. who preparrd the leading questions which were sub mitted by him for answers. Toward ths close of the morning aesslon of lb court lr. Allport appeared to tecom Irrltatetl and confused. The ernes examination of thla wit ness waa the severeat yet heard during the six wrecks' trial. .. ... . , I Previously operated successfully on the lr. Walter II. Allport was recalled i ' ., . for further rrtes examination and the battle an the acssmold was renew .tl. It waa noticeable that 1t. Allrt was less pnvnoun.ed In hla view and In Identifying the bones than he waa on Wednesday and Thursday. M waa .1. .v and careful In hla answers and dodged (direct answer to questions when he could Hla Identification of th sawaiwaSe aa rWav-4 la a awlataat Greenville's cotun recelptsy have been I'.K't balea, Portlna Nunea waa shot and k lilts', at Midland, the slayer escaped. A petroleum strike la reported wt the farm of T. N. Trmpleton, nr Knnta. Tom IllcVman dlecl at CVbnmw and Ms remain were shipped to Coffe) vllle, Kan. Use CaKert, a glnncr eUht miles) wr.t, of Js. ktbortv. had hi hand tort oT In hla gin. Country g.ns In flrsysnn ctvuntr ara tunning night and day In order to han dle the new crop. Four nillei east of IVnlson John Tnrley dropped an Iron bar on one foot and m'shf J It b.'y. rv.lph UUMIa. a paoiulnent Chicka saw Indian was bitten by a iiic and U In Inlon for tntmcnt. Ftcx k has been siiWcrlbe.1 for a flouring mill at JskslMtro with a ra pacity of 75 barrels a day. J. W. Johnson, a former resident ot Teiarkana. waa killed at Itollnger, La. Me wa a Ksomotlve engineer. P. A. Kennedy, an obi federal wol dler. living at tltvenvllle. has securrw d.vl.a Is to urovlde an accurate and ndmlsaston to the aoldlera noma at rrllu' remlndor signal and distance j Lcavsnworth. Kan. Indlcsj. r for4ocomHivea by ths means. Cotton on lvttom landa In OraywoB Itavlra ta rravaat VS' recta. j Ft. PatiV. Oct. 1. A very Ingenious j and valuable contrivance for savins i life by prevesilng ralltysxd accidents: through rf ful n era of trainmen has' len Invsntetl. The nuahlne haa Just' stiHid a Very aevcre test on the C.reat' Northern rallnad after having been' St, Paul and IViluth road. Pra.tl.al I railroad men In (hie section have given strong endorsement to the device after serin lt ork. The object of the cf whl. h engineers ane prevented from forgetting their train order a to sto t'tivg of DMsrllnf point. county la full of forma and boll, and unless there Is an early frost will fur lU.h ik klus till Otirltmaa.Un).