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CHAH. A. DAN
BAD. rirn fever Prntlu nt New Ortenni. New Orleans, a Oct. 18. WhlU Veteran Jnurnnliit rnnni Annr the new cases did not run up rapidly i iiirliom. Micro yesterday, the deatha wero some- ' no it xorK, uci, ibi unnnea a. nana wnai numerous, comparatively avian editor ot tho Now York Sun died at Inrr. having reached flvo aa early at 0 ltlw homo In Qloncove, Long Island, at o'clock yesterday evening. 1:20 o'clock yesterday oventng Ono of Uio fatal cases, howover, ' Atl. T) an it'll rtnnHi tA tiAtt nrrtAlf1 I nfAaAnlli (tin inhtM ttlil txinrv t9 n fr! wir for Boveral hours and bis family and and concealment. Domonlco Mlcoll's physicians wero at his bedside whon caso appears under both heads, new tho end caino. Ills condition has been Aucli for soveral monUis Uiat the mom hers ot his family had kept themselves la constant readiness to go to his bed aids at any moment On Saturday morning ho had a rolapso and It wan apparent that recovery was Impossible. Several times, howover, ho rallied, but Inward night began to sink During tho night there were fooblo rallies, but they did not lost long. Yesterday morn ing it was soon that tho end was but a Un hours off and his. attendants re- malnod almost constantly at his bed side. Tho ond camo quietly. Tho extreme heat ot Friday and Saturday had much to do with hastening his doath. On Friday Mr. Dona showod signs of ills- tress and everything possiblo was done to rellovo him. Ha had been woakonod by hla long Illness and during tho sum me? was several times thought to bo on tho vergo of a fatal collapse, but eioh time rallied. Us did not Improve much with tho coming cooler weather And tho sinking spoils becamo mora trsquent. On Friday Mr. Dana was ablo to take only tho slightest nourishment and this condition continued. Paul Dann and his sisters, Mrs. Draper, Mrs. Under 1111 and Mrs. IJranan, woro at his homo on Saturday morning and woro warned to remain tltcro. Thoy wero at tho bed aldo whon death came. Tho causo ot Mr. Dana's death was drrholsis ot tho livor. On Juno 9 ho was at his office, apparently strong and healthy. Tho noxt day ho was taken 111, and ho novcr afterwards visited Now York.. Ho was 78 years old, Preparations tor tho burial havo not yet been completed. THE TRITON SUNK. cases and deaths. Ho hnl been taken ill somo tlmo ngo nt 441 South Dnstn stroet, whero there- had previously been a caso, and whenco a death had resulted. No report of Mlccll's slak noss was rondo to the board and no doctor called In until It was too Into (o do anything for the man. He was an Italian, mora of whom havo sue cumhed to tho present fever In propor tion to cases than all ot tho other nationalities put together. Tho dotild cases was reported four days ngo, nnd tho patient was reported to tho Hotol DIcu, dying Inhere yesterday. James Hums' caso was reported on the 9th, nnd ho died yesterday morning. Tho caso of Matthow Levy was ot some days' standing. William Bookfiold, who was among tho deaths yesterday, was tho bookkeeper ot tho Metropol itan bank. Ho camo horo a tow years ago, has a wlfo and six children in Germany, and was In good circum stances. Ho was taken sick on Mon day, nnd died boforo noon yesterday. In deferenco to tho protest that has been mado against tho Indiscriminate taking in ot patlonta to Touro infirm ary, tho management of that Institu tion has decided that in futuro tho hospital will rccelvo only those who havo boon first visited by tho physi cians ot tho Institution and tholr re moval recommended. Tho object, It ls.undorstood. Is to prevent too largo an influx ot patients Into tho InslKu tion. Tho agitation against tho qiinrandno regulations ot tho board of health is onfburaglng violations of tho regula tions. Thero Is a very considerable sentiment against continuing tho quar antlno system, nnd tho result is that, tho board of health having reduced tho numbor of its guards, Inmates ot It -Tns Bpuud rrom lUrnnn to Unhln I houues aro slipping out Into tho street iiomm, nnnr ei mo. whenever thoy have a mind to. It Havana, Oct 18. Tho gunboat Maria l8 not considered possible, without tho INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. I J!i.jHi4 fife ttiM tin itin innvArflriltnn i 'was laktng: "and she has many truo friends." "Yourself among tho number. X am 1 sure!" said Oaussldlero quickly. j "Yon aro right there, nt nny rate." r- I turned Sutherland; and ho added cold I ly. "I'll wish you goodnlght." ' Ho stood boforo tho goto ot his fath er's oattago and held out his hand; tho Frenchman, liowovor, did not attempt to lako it, hut kept his own hands In his coat pockets as ho returned a pollto "(lood-nlght." COTTON REINO STORED. Chrlstlnla, which loft this port Satur day for tho scono of tho wreck ot tho roasting steamer Triton, bound from Itaann to Hahla Honda, Plnar dol Itin, which sank Saturday morning bo- tween Dominies and Martol, has re turned, accompanied by tho tugboat Susie, which went with her. Tho two vcssoIb arrived horo at 1 o'coclk yes terday afternoon, tho gunboat having on board nineteen and fiio expenditure ot largo sums ot money, to maintain cordons around infoctoa houses strong enough to provont egress and Ingress. Whether or not tho tact ot peoplo coming out of and going Into lnfoctcd houneu Is having tho effect ot spreading tho fovcr is a riiintitmi mixtion among tho nuthor- Hies, hut tho belief Is growing that fnb board will not seek much longer 10 maintain tho quarantlno system, but it tugboat twenty-thrco of tho mombcrs . oned lo keop jown u,0 f0vor. Tho of tho lost shlp'B'Company, ot whom ,,.,, . i.eft.h cortinuis to reduco thirteen nro civilians and solders. Tho I CXp0n8C9. u Is chopping oft clorks wnorouuouis oi uio ouicrs oi uio com ,, .,,in ,Wn guards, and It tlio pany nro unknown. governor does not soon respond with Tho Triton struck tho rock during for hn hnnni will ccavy rain slorpi. Hor cargo shifted , , ,.m,rock .hortlr. and dispense and fifteen minutes later iho sank in ;jtU moBt 0 jr. j,'elp Bocrctary 12 fathoms pt water. A sccno of tor- pftt o( tho bonnl eM yo8torday rlble confusion and panlo ensued. As , ..... ho bbon in COmmunl- "";' :: .. ..... ..... noon p Uio V Jssongers realized the moanlric of tho crash. In a wild strug glo thoy rushed or tho boats. Tho first cation with tho governor, but mat nothing doflnlto had bcon learned as to whether or not tho money would bo . . i 1 . I WUVIIKI w pom in was joweroa ' forthcoming. Tho board has bean wsro drowned in tho whirling waters J 1 beginning ot this week, tho next was struck by an enormous ".." kftt ,ln. ttnd wavo and turned ovor, drowning . ., ,i .Bnitnrv msoela- twenty, hut tho frail craft righted again L, nro now , fuU working ordor, tutu 3inu - - I ftnii nrfi throwing O.UUU.UW CB1IOUH u. gained it. Boco wero good swimmers and kept themloles afloat for hoursj othors floated about for twenty-four hours on Blanks. Four soldiers, on planka, whom tho strong current carried oast ot Havana., opposite tho Mora Castle, wore saved yesterday morning by n pilot boat going toward Cardenas. They doclaro that Saturday evening thero intn (he cutters dally. '1UQ city is In a fairly clean condition. A HOnnlDLE CRIME. Two Hen Clin runt With tlio Murder al mi Infant. Charlotte Mich., Oct. 18. A horrlblo story ot depravity has been rovcalod. wsro many othors near them on planks, John Dlgloy nnd Frank Miller will bo i.h wkn vMinrdar mnrnlnff camo all charged with tho murder of an Infant others had dUappeartd. Somo ot them with n pitchfork anl tho burning of its . . I mi. .. .1.11 I - . Illoln.i'a probably bocamo foood for buotks. uouy. emm m uur w ..iBi Thn. "m wero rescued tall heart- unmarried daughter on his form. An Tending Btorlos ot tho scenes during tho investigation was ordered, which rc- terrlble quarter ot an hour before tho suited in Bisiey ana Minor ueuig Triton sank. An army captain, his locked up. Baturdoy afternoon Miller, irlfo and daughter, vrent down together who Is tho Jiusband ot Dlgloy'a other locked Into a last embrace. A mother daughtor. confessed that tlio ciiilu was with twin 15 months old, drifted help born alive, and that it was killed by CHAlTKIt IX -(fosTisi r.i i j 8ho coased her tirade, and stood gat ing keenly at Mnrjurlo. who sat still, llstonlng In wonder. Dcsplto her sharp tnno and hrusquo manner, there was it temloriiess In her tono that could not bo mistaken. Then, nil at once, with tho abruptness peculiar to her. sho changed hor tono Rgaln, and broke Into a low, chuaktlng laugh. "And now 1 hao proaoh'd my sr in"$n," sho said, with her grim smile, "hno you had breakfast. Will you lak' somo ton?" Hut Marjorjn had-hreakfastotl before starting, nnd wanted nothing. "Vory well. Como nnd walk In the garden." ' Sho led tho way from the room, and Marjorlo quietly fallowed. Passing out by tho roar ot tho house cross a lonoly court yard, thoy roached n uoor in tho high wall, ami oniereu tho garden a wtldcrnoss.ot fruit trans, shrubs, nnd currant bushes, sadly In need ot tho gardener's hand. Tnnglwt crcopers nnd weeds grow ovor the grassy paths. Horo nnd thero woro stats, and in onq corner was an arbor almost burled In umbrngo. It was n dosolnto, noglcotod placo, but Iho huh was shining, nnd tho air was bright and warm. Miss Hothcrluglon took hsr compan ion's nrm and walked slowly from path to path. "Tho gardon's llko Its mistress," sho said prosontly, "lonesomo nnd hegleotlt. Slnco Wattlo Hondorson died, I hno novor employed a regular gardener, Hut It's benny In summor tlmo, for a' that, and I llko It. wild ns it Is. I should llko wool to bo burled here right in tho heart o' tho nuld placo!" Sho cntorcd tho noglectcd nrbof nnd sat down wonrlly. Marjorlo stood look Ing nt hor In timid sympathy, while sho pursued tho dreary curront ot hor thought. "Folk say I'm mean, and maybo I nm; but It's no that! I'm tho last n' tho Hothorliigtons, nnd It's right nnd fitting thnt tho placo should wasto awn' llko mysol'. Hut I mind tho tlmo wool It's no sao lang syno whon It was gladsomo nnd merry. Everything was In grand order then, nnd my father kept open houso to tho gentry. Now n's changed! Whiles I wonder whnt will becomo o' tho nuld houso when I'm ta'on. Strnnnors will como, maybe and turn It upsldo iloou. What would you Of,?, Marjorlo Annan, If you.wcro n rleh leddy niui mistress o ,n placo IIKq this?" Tho quostlon onmo so abruptly at tho ond ot tho long string ot lamontatlons, thnt Marjorlo scarcely know what Id reply. Sho smllod awkwardly, and ro poatcd the quostlon. "What would I do, Miss Hotharlng ton?" "Ay. Cornel " "I onnnot toll, but I don't, lb Ink I could bear to live here nil nlono." "Ay, Indeed? Would you sell tho Castle, nnd pooch tho slllor?" "No, Mils Hothorlngton. I should like to keop what my forebears had owned." Tho lady nodded her head approv ingly. "Tho Insslo has spnso after a'!" sho exclaimed. "Ay ay, Marjorlo, you'ro rlghtt It's something to bolnng to tho lino o' the Hethorlngtons.nnd tho nuld lairds o' tho Moss would rlso In tholr graves It thoy kenned that strangers wero dwelling on the land." - CIIAPTBIl X. . ATll.Y In tho after- .fm llCi-ji nnnn. nftnr n ill- lassly away on tho crest ot n great "wavo. All of tho other ladies ana emu dren wero drowned. Just aa thoTrlton 'was sinking Cspt Iticardo, hor com minder, committed suicide by shooting himself with his ravoJver. It is impos sible to glvo tho exrjt number of those -who were lost, but it is estimated they wero no fewer than 160. No passen .gem list luui been found. running tho prongs of a pitchfork through Its body, bolng forced to the horrlblo deed by Dlgley, who Blood over him with a ltnlfo nnd eworo ho would kill him it ho refused. Atter tho child was dead ho saya that Dlgloy took the body Into tho houso and tossed it Into the stove. The sheriff has found considerable evldenco cor- roboratlro of Miller's story. Thoaup x ill n Tho consignees ot tho vessel, whloh p0SKi grave of the qhlld was opened; carried a cargo, wero not Insured. Tho forty-two rescued persons suffer .A ceverelr from exposure. Alt ot thorn wero more or less bruised, nnd many ot team were oaaiy wounuea. All virtus consists in having a will tns hand, it only you do not doubt, ond .art filled with love for Him rather than tat for yourself. Fonelon. DauinsliiB l'lre. low Hill. Cal., Oct 18. Iowa Hlli, mining town situated in tho moun V talnk ot Plaoer county, wan visited by 4 most damaging flro yesterday morn ing. Tho flro-atarted la tho Central hotel, and within a very few minutes the hotel was a moss ot flames and the walls were falling in. Two lodgers. William Oolden and William Owens, perished in tho flames. Tho remains 4 both wero burned beyond recogni tion. As to the origin ot tho fire, tttto we confuting stories. nnd no body was found, thero. Its Orltln, Teacher (ot class in rhetoric) "What is your idea ot the derivation and slg nlnance ot tho expression, 'a train ot thought?' " Oiiltd t'upli "It's got somelhin to it? with a teller hvrln' wheals In his bead, hain't ?''-ChIeaBo Tribune. Acinitte4 Sit Train Ilubbery. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 18. John A. Kennedy, who has been on trial in tho criminal court for tho past week, charged with being the leader ot tho Chicago nnd Alton passenger train robbery al Dlue Cut In December last, was aequltted yesterday. Nine ballots wero taken, the first resulting in 8 to 4 for acquittal. Tho verdict was reached at 11.30 Saturday night, but whs not delivered to Judge Wotford until 10:30 mat lunch, tcte-a- 3 teto with Miss Cjb ct"e-,lgtonf Mar- juna ruiurni'U noma across tho fields. The sun was Just beginning to sink ns sho p as s ed through tho villago and aniiroachod tho manse, as alio did so, sho saw Mr. Ixrralno standing Insldo tho church- yard goto In quiet conversation with tho Fronoh teacher. Slio entered the ohurohyard and jollied them, the Frenchman saluting iter wuii iifieti nat as she approached. "All, ftiarjorle, my bairn," Bald the minister, "you are home early. Did you wane UflBKT I thought you would have stayed later, and that Mies Heth- Ington would have sent you home in the carriage after gloaming. MarJorle giaueed at Oaussldlsre, nnd met his eyes. "She did not wish me to stay." she answered, "ana i was glad to esoane. Dut I see you and Monsieur Oaussldlere have mado friends. I met him qn the way, and he said he was earning here." "So he has told me," said Mr. Jor ralne. "I havo Just been showing him over tho kirk and through the grave sard, nnd now I have Invited him to take pot-luok, as the Ungllsh oall It, mis evening." "lint it is so late, monsieur," said Marjorle. "How will you get book to Dumfrlv "Did yni not know?" returned tho Frenchman, smiling. "I am taking lectio hulidsy. like yourself! I have engaged a bed at the Inn, and shall not return tin Hie beginning of tho week They eii'fu'd the manse together, and Caussldlero joined them at their sim ple evening meal When tea was over ibtr sat round ting pleasantly together, when Sola tnon Milcklebnrklt, who had been up fo iho villago un somo hmuehdlti orrund, quietly entored. "Johnnie Sutherland's at (lie door. Will yon seo him?" Marjorlo siariod, for she had nn In stinctive dread nt n meeting .between the two young men; but tile mlnlilar nt onco repllod: "Hiiow nun in, Hoiomnn;" ami ns mo soxtbn disappeared, ho said to his guest, "A young friend of ours, and n school fellow ot my foster-daughter" The noxt moment Sutherland np pcarcd. A look ot surprlso passed over his faco as ho saw tho stranger, who rose politely, but, recovering lilmsolf, ho shook tho minister warmly by tho hand. "Welcome Johnnie," (fold Mr. Ir ralno. "TnUo n scat. Do you know Monsieur Cnussldloro? Then lot mo Introduce you." Sutherland nodded to tho Fronoh man, who bowed courteously. Their pyos mot, and then buth looked at Mar jorlc. "Monsieur Caussldlero Is my Fronch toaoher," sho said smiling. Sutherland looked Bomowhat puzzled, and sat down In alienee. After nn nwk wnrd pause, tho minister began qucB ilonlng him on his London oxpori oncos; ho replied almost In monoiyl tables, and was altogether so bashful nnd constrained that Marjorlo could not avolil drawing an unfavorable oom . . . . . . . ..... . - . ... pnrison in ner own niinii nciweuu nun and tho fluent Frenchman. "An artist, monsieur?" said tho lat ter, presently, having gathered tho fact from soma of Mr. Lorraine's questions. "I used to paint, when I was n boy, but, finding I could not excel, I aband oned tho attempt. To succeed In your profession Is tho labor ot a life, and, alas! ko many fall." "That's truo enough," returned Buth ortand, "nnd when I sco tho great plu turoB, I despair." "Ho paints beautifully, monsieur," cried Marjorlo, eager to pralso her friend. "Docs ho not, Mr. Lorraine?" Tho minister noddod benignly. "Ah. Indeed," said Caussldlero, with a slight yawn. "Tho landscape mon slour. or tho human flguro?" "I havo tried both," replied Slither- fand. "I think I like flguro palming best." "Then you rlmlL not go far to find n subject.", .oxrlalmod CmiBsldlcrr. way Ing.hls hand toward Marjorlo. "Ah, If I were an artist, I would llko to paint mademoiselle I havo seen suoh a faco, such oyes, and hair, In somo ot tho Ma donnas ot tho great Ilaphaol." Marjorlo cast down hor oyes, then raised them again, laughing. He has patntod mo, and moro than once: but I'm thinking ho flattered tho sitter. Miss Hothorlngton has ono of tho pictures up at tho duilo," Caussldlero fixed hts eyes suspicious ly upon Sutherland. "Do you work for pleasure, mon slour, or for profit? Perhaps you nro n man ot fortune, and paint for amuse ment only?" l'ho question tickled tho mtnlstor, who lauishcd merrily I am only a poor man," answered Sutherland, "and paint for my bread," It Is an honorable occupation," said Caussldlero, emphatically, though not without tho suspicion ot a covert snoor, "At ono tlmo the artist ns neglected and despised: now he Is honored far his occupation, and can make much money," The conversation continued by fits nnd Htarts, but Sutherland's nppenrance Bccmcd to have quite destroyed tho guy frcodom ot tho little party. At last Solomon reappeared and grimly an nounced that It was nlno o'clock. "Wo keop early hours." explained Mr. Lorraine, "and are all abed at ten o'clock." "Then I will go," cried Cnussldloro. rising, "but I shall oall again. It Is not often in Sootland, one finds sush pleas ant company." Caussldlero shook the minister's hand cordially, nnd favored Marjorlo with a warm and lingering proeeure, which left her more disturbed than over. Then (ho two men walked out. of the house together. CatiMldlere nnd Sutherland wulked up the village side" by side In the light of the moot), whleh was then gt the full. "You are n native ot (his place, mon sieurr- miii tue rrsnenman, after n long alienee. "Yes," was the quiet reply. "A unarming plaojt and the ptnple still moro charming) You have known our old friend a long, long timer "liver since 1 can mind." "And his daughter hts foster-daugh ter. I should say? I hare heard her story; it Is romantlo, monsieur; it (ouches my heart. Do you think her pretty?" Sutherland started nt the question, whlen was made with apparent nan chalsuce, hut In reality with eager em plelon. Huwjuniiient, and the othir continue She IfgftrpSa one of common birth; she has 4bT. grsco ot a !al-. I was strui k Willi, fik eleganre when sho first MfP tpo for Iwns. Poor child' w. Mfe neither father nor Vnetantnv tnnrnlni. Tli mint ntwhlrh ' (h robbery occurred was made famous 1 tbo hearth Tho minister lit his plpa by the James and Younger boys. 1 a&a fats guest a cigar. The) vers sust- CHAPTBlt XL Hi. next day was Sunday.fho solemn, not to sny sancti monious Sabbath day ot that people which, nbovo all others, rovuronoes the groit work of croatlon. In Iho brightest plnco In tho church, with hor aureolo round hor, imt Marjorlo Annan: nnd thrco pairs ot eyes at least wore con stantly fixed upon hor. The first pair bolongcd to young Sutherland, tho sec ond to tho French visitor, tho third lo tho cccantrle mistress of Hetherlngton Cattle. Ot thoso three Individuals Caussldloro was tho most 111 at ease. The sermon bored htm, and ho ynwnod again and again, finally going to slcop. He was awakened by nVloihl ndlxft nnd looking round hlin, hu saw tho congregation moving toward tho door, and Solomon Mucklcbaoklt, from tho precentor's desk, glaring down at him In Indignation. Ho rose languidly, nnd Joined tho stream ot people Issuing from tho church. Out In (ho churohynrd (ho sun was shining golden on (ho graves. At tho gate soveral vohlcles wero waiting. In cluding tho brougham from Hsthorlng- tun Castle. As Caussldloro moved down tho path, he saw before him n small group of per sons conversing tho blind woavor and his wlfo, John Sutherland, Marjorle, and tho lady of tho Castle. Ho passod by them with lifted hat, and moved on to tho gato, whoro ho waited. "Who's yon?" asked Miss Hether lngton, following him with hor dark cyns. "That Is Monilcur Caussldlero," an swered Marjorlo, "my French teacher." Humph!" said tho lady. "Como nwa' nnd Introdtico mo." Sho walked Blowly down tho path, whllo Marjorlo followed in astonluh- mcnt. nnd coming right up to mo Frenchman, sho looked him deliberate ly ovor from head to foot. Not at nil disconcerted, ho took off his hat again, and bowed politely. "Monsieur Caussldloro," ram siar jorlc, "this Is Miss HothcrlngMni ot tho Castlo." 1 Caussldlero bowed agalr. with Great rcancc 'I nm charmed to maup mannmo s acquaintance" . To his nstonlshmont, Mlss'lietlicring ton addressed him In his own tonguo whloh Bho spoko fluently, tnmigu wnn nn unmlstnkablo Bcotdah Inflection "You snoak Unci ah well, monsieur, sho Bald. "Havo you been long auseni from your nntlvo land? 'Evor slnco tho crimo of uccomucr," French. "Utit t'nrmprt nereltlngnn Ailtnnrooti Cut Ion Thy Hlorn. Fort Worth. Tex., Oct. 20. Nearly a hundred bales of cotton havo boon received hero elllco Friday, when tho first lot camo In response to the circu lar of tho Fort Worth niorehnntB ad vising tho farmers ot tho neighboring country that thoy would rocelvo ad vancement upon cotton left here, with freo storage until soli). Information from reliable sources Is to the effort Hint only n small portion ot this year's crop has yet been nold. In fact It ap pears that few farmers have mado sales oxcopt In cases whoro they havo been forced lo sell on account of hav ing (heir crops mortgaged to mer chants In small towns or being other wise In strnlghtoncd circumstances and It Is hollo vM that u largo number ot them will bring their cotton hero to bo sold boforo tlio eloso ot tho season. Thtty show n disposition (o do their trading horo on account ot tho advant ages offered them In Fort Worth. Word comes from various points In this and tho adjoining counties that tho farm ers nro (nklng a deep Interest In this new movement, whloh It Is behoved will grow In magnitude until it be comes ono ot tho most. Important In tho history of Fort Worth. . HEALTH OFFICERS ADJOURN. Thry ltcorl Thnl UirHlnln It I'rro front Yr 1 1 ii it 1'cvrr. OreonvlllOr Tx Oct. 20. Dr. H. T. Arvln, health ofllcor of this city, ar rived homo yesterday from tho moot ing ,of tho health officers nt Houston and (JatvcHtoti. Dr. Arvln snld: Wo mado n closo examination of every caso in lioth cities that wero supposed to bo fovor, nnd found noth ing thnt could bo called yollow fever at all. Thoro aro somo cases of convnles Stlit h who havo n yollow nppoarance, but dengue glvcR ns yollow a cast an any of them had. Of-cuurso wo can not say what tho oases woro that wco re ported somo weeks ago, nnd till tho peoplo thoro claim (hat thoy worn noth ing but dengue. Howover, wo could tint say (hero havo been no cases In OnlvcBton nt all, but thero aro nono now. and (hat wo van nnd do say. In fact, tho whole state is absolutely froa from tho fovcr." "Another thing, Revernl of (ho sus pected cases were In families. Now tho (on days In which fever should show In others ot (ho families aro pout and (hero nro no cases. When yollow fovcr strikes n family It goes through nil, or nearly so, but In theso coses thero Hnvo l,con n0 other cases In (ho families." , ' Waco, Tex., Ocl. 20. Tho quarantlno established by Waco and Mclxmnau county la practically over, not only nn to Texas, but tho other states. Tho guards will bo removed from tho trains an tho wagort roads to-day, and nf terwards no restrictions will be placed upon travelers ontcrlng Waco, what ever may bo (ho point thoy hall from. Tho city and county nuthorltlos con ferred nnd reached tho conclusion that tho protection thq stno affords is suf- sho speaks tho language to admiration. ! ... i. i. . ,, ..111,11 irt tnrt nn PTiin. in ' All, IV ID II UUlo,v ' f hear (ho beloved (onguo of Franco bo nerfocdy spokonl You know Franco? You havo lived (hero, madame?" "I know It, and know 1 tlio good ot !(,' cried (he lady sharply. "Aro you llko (ho rest of your caunfrymcn, light nnd (rcachorous, bollovlng In nothing (hnt Is good, Bpondlng tholr llvos in vanity and sensual pleasure?" (to nt cosmuen.) ho returnod. nlso in rranon. uu. fl0ont nml intorlor quarantine Is lin- mndamo Is almost n Frenchwoman- nocoMnr.. ho flc.,lal co.t , A A n Afimirfilinti i " hire, salaries to officers, disinfectants and oxlrn labor to (ho county and iffy will be between (3000 and $(000. Tho losses sustained by business mon, ship pers nnd others from tho restrictions on freight nnd travol can not bo com puted. Tho cotton men say (ho bagging nnd lie famine provcnlod iho movomont ot cotton during tho Into plague panto and proved In somo rcepccU ndvant ngcous (o (ho CQ((on Inijj; ns but! for thnt famlno thousands of bqles of cotton would hnvo been diverted from tho southern ports. Tho removal ot thu quarantlno In Waco nnd olsowhoro had fixed n Btnllo upon tho faces of tho bus lncss peoplo horo. Trm lllcrr of !lnll. Hlllaboro, Tex., Oct. 20.-Postofflco Inspector Woods of Waco was hero yosfordny preparatory (o making bis final reiKirt on froo dollvory of malt for Hlllaboro. Ho has spent tho day, in company with Mayor MaUhows In n systematic visitation of the city. He announced yesterday evening that he would glvo out In the morning whether his report would bo fuvorablo or other wise. As tho olty has practically compiled with tho requirements It is generally thought thai Ms report will bo favorable. "J - " tlettor t.ttt tmialil. Two giggling girls pushed their way Into (ho crowded car. Tho ono wan proUy, and know Us whllo tho o(her wasn't, nnd didn't soom to know it. After n groat deal of squeezing that almost took tholr breath away, thoy at last reached tho front part ot tho car. They kept up tholr giggling until n man who was trying to read In-tha oornor seat got up in disgust nnd went out on the front plntform. Although they both wnnled to sit down, neither wished to deprive tho other ot tho sent. "You take it. dear," said the pretty ono, "I wouldn't enjoy it nt nil If I know you wero standing." replied tho other. Then (hey began giggling ngaln. At last, when another woman rush ed un (o lake II, the pretty girl shoved Lor friend Into (he seat, saying: "Tho first thing we know we'll lose it, lie sides, my doar, it's better for you to take li, because I'm more likely (o have a seat offered me" The homely girl stopped giggling and turned red In iho face, nnd whon her friend got out about n mile be yond she never as much ns bade hor good-bye. A An rttlmate. Father In asking for tho hand ot my daughter, young man, I trust that I'you fully realize (h exact value ot tho prize you seek? rrospt'olivo Bon-ln-Law Well or I tiSdn't fgured It quite bo elose as that, hut I guessed It at about $K)0,000-San Franeiseo Hxamltrer. l'uptr IlelUnee. Foreman Why doesn't the editor finish this editorial on "Let America Defy thn World?" It's only half lnn mother, if jj-a castaway' It is very Assistant Oh, he got soared a while sad " ago nnd ran out at the bark door, and "Soft it Mssr nnd well fired for.'' hasn't been back since. A mad sub sturdily MsWersd Sutherland, who lvrlbsr atae la. Klllnl Iminnlly. Mineola, Tex.. Oct. 2d. J. T. Hose, nephew of senator 1L N. Stafford, was run over and instantly killed by a Mis souri, Kansas and Texas freight train whllo switching in (lie yard hero about 10 o'clock last night. He was found ly Ing acrois (ho rail of one ot iho (racks dead. Tho wheels of the englno and flvo freight oars had passed almost squarely aeross his neck. No ono saw tho accident when It occurred. Tho do coased was about IS years old. (that nt n Trnmp, Kaufman, Tex., Oot. 20. A promi nent white lady living a few miles northwest ot hero Monday noticed a negro man sitting in front ot her house during the nbsenee ot her husband, and thinking from his notions he meant no good the lady got her shooting iron and let drive two shots at (he dusky vislior. The last seen of the negro ho was going at it 2 40 gait down the road toward Kaufman. The lady a husband Is an ex county official and she begged (be reporter not to mention her name.