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MORE SKIRMISHING IN CUBA.
Spaniards Renewed Tlieir Firing on Sunday, but Wero in Short Time Chased Away, The Marblehead Took a Few Shots at Them Also-The Texas on Hand. irrvml Hipxlltlon. wawwflUiri. June If. Arrange wmia ror tlia SMnnd expedition of In lon for the Waal Indies nre being hurried at tint wnr department. Thani seema to Im no doubt Unit tht ex union, ir its number niiDrmetiM th f.nt, will Im Mnt from the mitt coast of the United StntM. The experience in embarking the A ret from Tnmp demon! rated to the war depart raent outnni that other jwrt where ll . .. - . n rHiinma arm outer MrllltKM are more adequate than at Tampa are much mom desirable plcw for the conreMH .n .n of troop and their em oerMji.-n nm officer at Tarn pi nave r Miiniiauwi that future eiiw dltlon .iiipfjrhfRK any magnitude tie aiapatr from eame other city. ooeru it in my olllcer for the past wmk ii i been examining varloue places in the aouth with a view to tiieir i upMlloii for camping purpotee nnu it u aieo stigueated that It mav take occaelon to point out a desirable pori for the embarkation of the Porto Jlicn expedition. Thle board will ar -Ire hen to-morrow morning and will i 'wny preMre Its report for the " iderution of the president. Per audlna and Savannah are looked mi n with favor by the war department Jfflclal aa ultnlilo porta for the de parture of the Invading army and Charleston hax oIhd bwn iucswttwl. The demrtuient la very well equipped with traueporu for thu second Invad ing army. Tu It AnntKil. Washington. June II. Members of the annate and huuee who calleil on thu president yeaterday and talked over the Hawaiian eltunlloM. stla that It U posi tively settled that the American dag U o bo rald over Hawaii. After the koin bat passed the Ha waii ureeoliHlou Uum Miami will he amiMnl. whether the aemtte acta on thu resolution or not. It u Intended that a voto shall he had In the ennu, and that there ithall be no adpjouniment of oonxreM until hejeoljiiloii Imve been acted on. Hut If there la a protract! Unlit and It la made apparent that the minority doea not Intend to yield, annexation will not bt dolaywl. The knowledge of thin course Ix pxtRvtod to dishearten the op. poiltioti. and It is thought unlikely that ttiey will keep up for a long time a filibuster which ran aeomplleh nothing. After the Amerlonn tlug has been ;iled at llutiolulu It will he an empty JiHiie nf the oppoHltlon to rotitoud Italuxt action by the somite on thu res Mutton The prealdeut feelx, ai do hlx flvlier. that with the reaolutloiiH ,'jtreed or by the hniiite and an acknow ledged majority In favor of them In the senate, aunnxatlon being regarded ai a military necessity, he la wurrunted In taking feenlon of the Inland for the puriHwe of facllltntliiK uteratlnnc In thu Philippine, and that In doing o he will be sustained by the whola country. Itiiiiml for Ilia Hr-ii-. Washington, In ne It. It la nnwcer tain that thn troops hound for Cuba loft Key Woxt yesterday morning. Thla Information waa Klven out by thn wnr department. It will ho observed that they luft Key West and not Tampa. So It would seem that they left their I I nt of mobllliatlou Sunday or t Im day before. Thla Information waa not liven out poxxlbly on account of the fear that they might ha attacked on the way to Key Went by aomo of thu Bpsnlxu gunboat which wero report ed lait weok ae lurking noar the northern coast of Cuba, and iiiIkIiI. If they knew of the troopa helm; on tho war Key Woal without a heavy guard have attacked tho iranxportH. There are aomethlng over 1S.UO0 mm In the expedition. Only a small Mvalry force accompanlea It. aa It waa glBlcult to transport the hnraea, and, Jjxsldw. that part of Cuba In which Th Brat campaign la to he carried on Jotx not present a Rood Held for cav JJry warfare. All of thu rough rldera itblch were located at Ban Antonio did not accompany the expedition Only two xituadrom of four troop euefi went, and theau were dUmouuted. I'rumplly aifuml. Waahluiton. June 11 The ((Maker of the hooje and the vlee prealdeut algaed the war revenue hill yeeterduy. and It wa aent at one to the praaldtnt who promptly attlxed hU xlgnature. The esveuUon of the weaxure In raganl to the bond loeue wo then taken up by t&c treaxory deiMrttnent. Cumul't HUliadlull. St Tlmma. t) w. I.. June II Philip C Hanm. who wax United Rtate roHeul at IHirui ltleo until the war between Spain and Uia United fltalee wax declarxal. aatlclpatlNK a ohange of Porto fllco' uatloNallty. ha reeamHwnaletS Ute men haute to accept Porto ItlraM ellver at in ii,trinlr value enly. Vrepaiatmv u t ti adoption of tb Ami " '"i I ii i ' rhio - hanajv. Mr. llii' .irxu-i l .jvi tuer 'haaiU liwOt .iutrMp' d?:J rl )aalc Uht Itlelltuitnt, Mluneniwlli, Minn., June H. The Wg break In whMt yesterday cauicd mueli exeltement on the 'ohnnso and among tho grain men. heller' failure to oarry the load which he attempted to handle eame aa a urprlae. C. A. PHI, hury. the Hour king, asked In regard to hla opinion na to the break. Its came Mid result, eald: 'The came of the break In wheat yesterday wa that Mr. I.eltor attempted to carry too heavy a load and put tin the price of wheat too high. Jf ho had ntv. er attempt! to put the price above 11.40 he would probably have wono out great money. n it wa legitimately worth that. Hut whon the market did not rows up to expectation he kopt In- Teasing hi load, and I understand there were nearly 7.000,000 bushel sold In Chicago yesterday on his neoount. "Of courxe, offering ueh an enormous ojiSHtlty of wheat in the market nt ono time, depressed price, and It Is strange to me that It has not depressed thorn more. And while this wheat is being sacrificed on the market price will be temporarily as much lower than they legitimately should havo been. Wheat Is worth 15 cents more than It closed at yeairday, and In my opinion, will be selling at about that much when lluuldj. dntlons, owing to thn aciire, Is over, lu few days the mllla will be as eager for wheat lit $1 n buahul and upward aa they have laeo apathetic i oncom ing It at l. 10 and upward." Keller la ald to own most of th on tract wheat In Minneapolis and Uu- lutli In publlr stooko. and tho I.eltor cash litlneMt will he a feature In trading for some tlm- to com p. It la true also that Mlnn'anolle will be dniwn upon fur export wheat from now on, or until tho dueling U cheeked. .iiollirr HhlrmUli. Kingston. Jamaica, June It. At 3 clock Sunday morning the Spaniards tired again on tho Amorlcans from n small Island about a mile to the north MiHt. Thirteen rllloe and a threlnrli Held gnu teapiiudod. and thu Hpanlarda left. Col. Hunt lliuton thnu sunt In Dm nndlng for another tluce-liieb kuii. he Murbleheod sunt a few shotu In the wood. J.lcuts. Nnrlllo and Hhaw with thirty nun of company I) roturnod, but wero exhausted with daliti'im hours of uket duly. Hergant Hmlth had been Hliot through the abdommi nnd killed. lent. Nwlllo'a men kept up a stonily re Katurdny night, and think they killed many Spaniard. Thoy know of v Spaulurds biting tho duxt. I he battleship Toxbh arrived nnd sunt nxhoro forty marines and two au tomatic Colt guua. The Marblehead' pilot was shot through one leg. Private MeUowau of company o waa shot through ono of his ham . and It will havo to bo am putated. ho Marblehead alio sunt more urn. i. .t.. 'inlcil by I'rctliUnl. Wnshhui ii, June II. Tho prrmldont yesterday v.n thexu nominations to the senate: Volunteor army To bo lirlgadlur general: James II. llnrkloy of Illinois. Juxtloe Win. H. Atwell, attorney for northern district of Texas. Treoaury Olaremont C. Drake, col lector of cuxtoma for Halurla district of Texas. Htntc Hans J. Smith of Booth Da kola, to bo consul at liombay, India (the nomination of Hans J. Hmlth, con sul at Port Louis, Mauritius, with drawn). Think (Urmnnr llm Dotlsni. London, June H. Utters reealved here from Manila dated May 26 soy that the prolonged eonfereneo between the Uuriuau counsel and Capt. (Jen. August! had led to the belief that Oermany has deslgux on the archipelago. Hnllnd an Hie Ninth, Outhrle, Ok ..June H-Frnncls llyrne, one of tho rough rider volunteers from this elty, write his mother under date of June !) that the regiment of rough rldera with the second New York vol uuiri tailed far Ouba that day. Hat tMl?d. Houe of representatives having re jected a bill for Increasing land tax, It was dUxHilved June 10. However, civil cede and supplementary budget bills have pawed both bouses without mate, rial niodllleatlen. Slreel UiMl. Texarkaua, Ark., June 14. News reaehaa here from Wlnthrop. Ark., n Ullage mi the Oulf road about thirty miles north of hero of n street duel tkat occurred at that plase Sunday ho tweoti Uural llteks and John Lee, well-known youNg men of that mih riunliy Hlcka waa aUbbtxl tu dtuth and l.rc waa Hiur tally wounded, J .'iu H.-U.l, Mtta& H kt-r wax lyuibed at Qraat t( ktllMR ifyrtle Uotr- Hfrr4 rM. KUgxlon, Jamaloa, June 10, The I.lngxtoii-Hanllogo cable was cut Monday, and the Mnrblelirad. Van kce and 8t Uuis did likewise with the Maytlen oable, which runs Into nautanamo bay, Wednesday Admiral Sampson has the end of mo Jiaytleii cable, and this enables nira to oommunlrate direct with Washington. He has commended Knslgn Palmer, who got within 1E0 yards of tho Spanish batteries, at night, nnd ascertained (hat they wore remounting guns. Tho ndmlral Is trying to arrange nn exenango of Ilobnon and his men tiio Vixen was sent with a flag of truse to Admiral Corvcra Wednesday turoring to exohnngo for tho lleutrn ant and his party somo prisoners taken from n prlxo boat. Cervern ro- ferrcd the matter to the military go ernor, and ho In turn referred It to Illanru. who will paes on IU Iho Inhabltanta of Hantlago are luilf stnrvml. All food lias been seized lor army use, Cnrpiu Vbrlill I'rncf Minn. .Madrid. June 10. The proceaalon of Corim Christ I was one of nuiiunal splendor, lleslile the triumphal ear convoying the sacrament, It Included a unique Innovation, n liken of Our Lady of Ouodaloiipc, whoeo famous shrlnn Columbus, IMnwiro, and Hernan do Corloz, as well a other bernea and illicovoror of the now world. Invariably visited before storting on their voyage. The pfoceselon left the cathedral at C o'elork unit traversed several streets without Incident, but on Its iirtlvnl at Puperta Drisot a number of hoodlum insulted the church emblems. The pollco and troops charged tho crowd musing a panic, mainly ronixed of womr a and children, who wero atmn pedod. Many women wero hurt ami others fainted. A few children woia trampled, but escaped mote scrlou In Jury almost miraculously. There Is great effervescence of pop ular emotion nnd disturbance are iiulto poislble. Tho revolutionary elements am taking advantagn of tho unreel of the- proplo in view U the situation In the i'lilllpplnm A mall steamtr that waa earning tor- ttoiot destined for tho defense of Man ila tu returned to Uareelouat. f!nblnl C'oiiiiiiIIi Miiifrld. Juno 10 Tho onblnutMunnoll was occupied with a long discussion us to til miliary situation lu. thn Philip pine. Hon. Correa, minster of wnr. do tiled taat Capt. tloiu Augustl'a poHitlon was dcipornto and Scnor Bagastn mlded Hint Manila had mean of dofensr until tho arrVvnl of rolnforrementa. Tho owiin ii men miopipu importiut measures, which aro kept secret. Copt. Aunon, minister of marine, wo a authorized to take what menxuro wore nncossnr for tho Philippines ami Scnor l,ulgoeler. minister of the Interior, was nuthor Izcd to aomo to nn ngrwrneiit with iho lenders, of tho majority in thn ehnmbur for the paasago of Iho budget. Bonor Sagasta declared that thn gev erumont had no Intention to take InMa tlv for pwu'c." Xm I'or Farelc CeanlrU. Washington, Juno M. (ion. A. W. Grcoloy, chief signal ofllcor, taMUd a general ordor to tho eable companion that horoaftor no news concerning tho movomcnt of American vessel or iroops would bo permitted to bo sent to foreign countries. The order eov ors both pros cahlegrama and prlvato mossago. Uen. Orcclov said that In tho enforcement or tho order no ex ceptions would bo mado. Tho order applies to all movements of vessels and troops, whether tho subject mat ter or tho dlspatrh offered tins beon published in this country or not I'ramltex ltlnpniinls, London, June lO.Unrnext T. Hooley, the Kngllsh company promoter, who failed yesterday, promises In nn Inter view to make startling revelations re garding tho extent to whloh blackmail ing Is prevalent In the city portion of London, luapaclori mi Train. Mobile, Ala., Juno 10. "trallh an thorlllca have placed Inspectors on trnlns to prevent the entry of any per son rrom Mollenry or nulfport. Miss., where rover In mild form Is reported a having broken out. Haiti Attauiht. Atlanta, Qa., June 10 -An attempt was made on the night of May 29 to en ter the magazine at Port 8t Philip on the Mlistalppl, slxty-flve miles below New Orleans. In endeavoring to appro, betid the two mlsereants the sentinel challenged them was strutk on the head with a bar of Iron In the bands or a hlddrn ally and seriously Injured. The news or tho affair did not beeot&o known until yesterday. Tti Hon la J,lt. Topeka, Kas., June 10. The shoollng of J. 8. Collins, a tragedy whloh has ngl. tated the people of Topeka ror four weeks part, culminated In the arrest of tho dead man's son, John Henry Col lins, and he Is eharged directly with the murder at his rather. Tho youth Is a ilMdwt at Uie stats university and I heW at the ccwuty Jail. The elder Out JIM llfa waa Isjswretl for flMW. of wlilak nbout mm wa la Uvor of tbi sea. Arrtva OS ftantlxe, Washington, Juno 10. The first re inforeements for Sampson's fleot havo arrived off Santiago. Theso nre the W marine, tinder the command of Lieut Col. Huntington, who sailed three days ago from Key West on th steamer Panthor. Theso marine Iib.i been encamped on the bench at Key wei ror several weeks, undergoing the most severe drill and military training. They am Intended not for distribution among tho fleet, but as a landing force, puro and almplo. It was pointed out by a naval offi cer that Admiral Sampson, since the arrival of tho marine marine but. talllon on tho Panther, baa at his dis posal what ho may regard as a sum- clnnt force of mon to tnnturo nil tho overlooking hllU nbout Santiago even before troops arrive. Tho 800 marines on tho Panther. nded to the marines nlready with the fleet, would make n total of nbout 1800 men. Without Impairing tho ef ficiency of his ships. Admiral Samp- son could spare 1000 blue Jacket foroa for a lauding, and with this total forre or 3500 men. If tho Instirgonts, who have been armed by the United Rtatea government, do their share, It auoms posslblo for Sampson to men- are Santiago nt short notice. There neemcd to bo n very decided air of oxpcetnlnn among the oOlolals who are nrriuulnted with the govern ment's plans In the campaign that nl metit warronUd a conclusion Hint nn engagement of some kind was eg- ported. Since Iho deatrnrllon of the fortifi cations at Santiago by Sampson h.vi convinced the fldnilnlHtratlou that n largo an unity as contemplated In thv oastsru end of Tuna is n waaln of men i ml money. President McKluley has oino trc the ronclmlon that a fierce fight nt Santiago would probably cause th Spaniards to blow up Cor- vera s snimdroii, and tho president be lieves the Vlzcaya. Ouuendn. Marl; Mnrla Teresa nmf f'rlstobal Colon will provo ornnmonta lo the Amerimn navy wfiru manned by Anrerlcan sailors. Mevrn t'lNe of Veltnw Verer. Jnckwin, Mfas.. June IB, (Ten. J. P. Hunter. nrerary or the state Board of lieattli. gave tfito follow Ihr; statement titet night' "It having Hwn roported' rn mo by Dm. Hunilsorr nnd FoIRm. stanltory limpertors of tills board, I Hat snvnn ensoe of vollow fever exlits nt Me Henry, Miss.. I llnrebv declare tlie town of MWIenry lit' 'lunrntitlhr- nndor rhnrge of Dr. Haralson, who wllf ob nrve tfte qunrniitlne nnd' annltary rules nnd regulation adopted by this board. "J. F. HUNTHiT. "SecrcttiTy MIsalSslppMI stntv bonrrf of healthY Mcllcnry Is o simtll town Hi Hnrrl t.o n county, near nmilf port, nnd locn tod on tho (lulf umJ Ship IMand rult rond. Too place wss visited by tho fever loot year audi there war' maay doHths. Minx t!Uiirn WeildM. llaltlmoro, Md Juno JOj Jflsa Kvungelltje Clsucroa, whoso romantlo caenpo fnvn a. Spanish prlnon itu I!o van u aovoral ninnths ugn la recolted, was married yostnrtfuy to Carlos V. Carbonol, who assisted In Her rcsooo. Tho ceremony took placo nt tfotel Ilnnnert, tit noon, and tllo happy couple lef ror Washington, am &our lator. Art Siillfiu Mantrenr, Juno 10. Cnrrantn and Du Hose are awaiting' the arrival of tho chief Qt tho Canadian, guvosnment police with tho order of thclc expul- J, slou. Du Iloxc nay a lu will ask for reasonable) delay, and tho Spanish gnvcrnmont wilt enter a protest against their removal. !twtpr Violent. Madrid, Juno 10. Tho newspapers aro printing violent articles demand ing that tho responsibility tor the present situation tw determined. Po litical circles express thomsolves a being "satisfied that tho powers will not permit thu United States to hold tho Philippines." Tu Meat nl t'nlnmttui, Denver. Col.. Juno in. Tho Ameri can Medlcnl aao Intlun decided to hold Ita next nnrual ronvontlon nt Colum bus, O. Dr. Joseph M. Matthews ot Louxlsvlle, Ky. was elected president of the atsoclatlon. Hrltlsherx In Porto Hloo aro being repeatedly Insulted. furel(K rmloOlrn. Washington, Juno 10. Santiago de Cuba Is to be a substation or tho New York olty postonioe. For tho first tlmo In the history ot the government postal station havo been established In a for eign territory. Orders were Issued that a station would be established at Santiago de Cuba. A substation Is also to bo established at Manila, to bo a substation ot San Franolxoo. Offi cials ot the postofflce department will b with the next expedition to Manila, St. J-oult llxadquartari. Chloago, III.. June 10. At yester day's session of Iho Social Demooraoy convention It was decided that tho headquarters ot the Social Demooraoy should be In St. Louis, tnstoad ot Chloago. The colonization department will be placed under the control ot tho Hrothcthood ot Co-operative Common wealth, which, lu turn, will support the political party ot the goelal De ntoarals. lleaolutleu wero adept!, declaring that strikes and boycotts ar nwury weapons of Uadts iwloas. DRUM TAPS. The third Texas Infantry has gone to Fort Clark. Thore Is tamo talk In naral circles or sending n fleet to Spain. Lieut Jlobson, who sunk tho Merrl mnc, Is said to bo tho best swimmer In tho navy. den. Agulnaldo, tho Philippine Insur gent, Is keeping the Spaniards In n lively way. Tcxarksnn, Tex., has orcanlzed nn other military company. Tho company has been ohrlstcnsd the Texarkana guards. The Oalvcston rifles, In camp near Mobile, Ala., rccolvcd a wagonload of grocerlea, fruits, canned goods, etc., from ledles of Oalvcston. Tho flrt Texas oavalry regiment has been transferred from Camp Mabry, Austin, to Fort flam Hou.ton, San An lonlo, Col, Hare Is commander. Tho ofileora of the third Nobrnxkn regiment nro: W. J. lirynn, colonel tommnndlng; Vletor Vlfqualrl, lieu tenant colonel; Dr. 8. D. Moycr, sur geon. The Spanish Infantry Is again being matjwd around Mario!. Tho artillery mounted at Cabanas seem to have lieen removed or replacod In ambush. The Spanish flag no longer floats over the old fori there. Th censorship at Havana never was so severe s It Is at that southern Jump-lug-off piano or tho American republic. Nothing filters ovor the wlro from op erator to ojicrator, as waw tho case when news escaped from Cuba. Thollev. JP. B, Culpeppov, ovangnlUt, from Ooorgln preached n stirring acr aon to Iho Texnrkann, Tox light tranrd at his Sent Sunday. His sub Jen was "Ood and Flag." The light gimrd Is n newly organized military conspany In that olty. and tiny aro pr- par lag to take tliulr leave fo? tho oamp grounds of Chlckamaugua. Sergmnt Fnmol. la chnrgo of tho si reci lilting station at Paris. Tbx., bns been pkiced In chnrgo of the- Wozcn crart rtflos, tho new military eompany nrgaiilliwJ at Dallas. Tx. The aergoant will hnve command until tbo close oC the war, when ho win ngaln asiiimo his dutlbf with the tTventy-thlrd' ln fnntry at the United States army. Tho pllrn of operation against Porto Illco, according to nn officer or thu army hlfelr In authority, is to linve tho United Suites troops I tend nt a. safo placo wllllfa easy reach or San Jltan and to get behind tho oJty. As uoon as the arm- has nrrlved In this statw eglo point, a comblnod naval and laud attack will' tm mado upon the city and' surrounding formications. John Illhlr- Olbhs killed it nunntun nmo. was 40 years old, single and llvod' alono In Nl Vork City. At his latv home In that city ho I said to Haw bren n grndWato of tho University or Vlrglnln. Ho-lived and practiced medli clno thcro for about four years. Two i monthB ago ho received tllo appoint ment or nsslstant surgeon and was or dered to Key West. The Cuban filibuster eases wor nollod In tllo criminal bra null of tb United Statuo circuit court nt New York by ordt?r of Attorney donernt Orlggs. Judge Drown discharged tb following prlsonors, who Bad been balled In $M00 eaoh: Capt Jolm O'Drlon, Gtipt. a. Harry, Dr. FranU Agramonto, Joaquin Castollo, Jiinu-tt MoAlcster, C. II. Dlckman, 1!T. Trujllto, J. Luis. Edward Murnhr. John t). Hart and' Kmlllo Nunez, Th majority wero on tllo Lllllo, Carclu and Holoffl ensos wero continued, That tho military omcora of Gov ernor's lulnnd and tho ofllclals of the se cret servlco hold the arrest ef Edward Monttsl to be highly Important Is evi dent In their refusal to disclose tho na. ture ot the documents, letters and such llko papers taken from tho prisoner. His captors stato wltUont hesitation that Important papers wtro found In his baggago on tho Hrltiah otcamor Tar tar Prince, and that theso havo been removed tor aafe keeping and Inspec tion. Furthor than thla they will dli closo nothing concerning their prisoner. Severe storms provntl In tho channel between Santiago do Cuba and Jamaica. Tho press dispatch boats have encoun tered these storms for the last ten days, making tho voyages very difficult Tho l ucai aaus io ino aiseomior;, mil a daily servieo is maintained. In the presence of a large assemblage and amid great onthuslasm "Old dlory" was flung to the breeze 10S feet from the earthnt Tyler, Tex.,by employ wot the Cotton Belt railway. Nearly every storo was closed and SOOO peoplo at tended. The Spanish war ships sunk by Ad miral Dewey in the harbor of Manila during the battle there on May 1, aro to be raised. Three firms in San Fran, siseo and tho Pacin Mall Steamship company will submit bids to raise them. The treasury department has notified Amerloan ship captains not to allow strangers on board their vessels whlto In Mcxlean ports, a there aro said to bo many fanatical Spaniards prowling around all ovor that country, and they may do damage. (lov. Ilarnos of Oklahoma, who vis ited Washington to endeavor to get a quota ot troops tor that territory In tho I president's second tall, sed sword that J he has been unable to do so and that I no further rewgnltlen will bt shewn Olilaanma, l BirsriRt ArtlTXj, Oslvtston, Tex., June 13. State Oflleor Swearlngen arrlvtrl hero Batur isy from Austin. "I am making my regular inspection of the quarantine stntlons," said tho doctor. "I nave been trylnt- to sot hora for some time, but have been delayed. The news from Mississippi hastened matUrs somewhat. On ray way dowu t stopptd at Houston and had con ference with Dr. Kutherford. "What do I think of the situation at MoIIenryT Welt It Is undoubtedly yellow fever they havo thcro. Dr. Murphy, who Is ouo of tho physicians reporting the cases, has had wide ex perience. Ho was In tho marine hospl. tnl aorvlco and Is n very capable gentle man. There Is no ground for apprehen sion In Texas as yet. McHenry Is a small placo and It Is likely that with proper Isolation and safeguarding tho fever can b leld In chock thero and prevented ftom spreading. As long as Now Orleans Is healthy and free rroiu disease wo havo no reason to rear. Thore has been no suggestion nor ro quest ror a quarantine. I! there Is ne cessity ror establishing quarantine It will ba put Into farco. I am consider ably hampered by rooson of the sroall new of tho appropriates at my dispose nl, but every possible pricaatlonavf meaanre will be used by tne to the full est advantage." HUrlrlral Htnrm. AHcevTox., Juno 13. A terrible, elec trical aterm raged over this city for many hours Friday night, but sonrco ly a drop of rain roll, HiourIi black. clouds covered tho entire heavens and threatened a fearful downpour nt ovcry minute-. Saturday morning at ! o'clock tho city waa Intensely alarmed, when It wa learned that both orceks, one on each sldo of tho town, woro overflowing their bank nnd tllo city was bolng flooded. The Mexican fam ilies In the west end wore Mooing; to higher ground for safoty. Then to add to the terror ot tho situation tho heavens darkened nnd a torrent or rain desconded. Later on bugglos and horaemon wero seen conveying fami lies and IndlvldUnfs to varlou part, of town. All families unsafely located' wero notified. From 10 a. m. until late. In tho evening tllo entire city wa. flooded, tho water nrshlng through tho town to tho depttl of two feet and all business was auspeudud. At 12 o'clock p. in. tho water uourmonced to rcccdo rapidly. i:niitins Knisho nr rriiiim. Houston. Tex.. Juno 13. Capt. H. J. Thavannf. a prominent member ot tho Knights ot Pythias nnd woll known to the Toxaa militia, having been n membor of tile focal nrtlllery company, tins been commissioned by thn higher ofncenr of tho Knights of Pythias In the statu tu enlist a com pany from the ranks of tho brother hood In Toxaa. Ho baa opened nn en listing nlllco nt lly Ttnlmun'a. 1007 Preston nvemue. Ho has been an officer In thn Pythlnn indcr and I well fitted for tho work. Paper by l'air. Texaikann, T June 13. A re ligious weekly papor made Its first ap pearance In till city Saturday. Tho sheet has no special editor, but Is com piled by tho pastors of the different churches In Texnrkanu. It Is callcdi tho Ttollglous ICaloldoseope. Tort- Wnrlli Wedding, auantnnamo- lies four miles up the " Fort Worth. Tex.. .Tune 13. Tho marriage of Mr. Hubbard Voxs, son ot President J. T. Vosa of tho Olcnwood' and Polytechnic Coltego Street rail way, nnd Mis Uuln TTiornton has bucm consummated. Hlffnal Cnrp Hwnrii In. dnlveston, Tox., June 13. Dr. 0'. tu Dyor nui 11. N. T. Harris. U. 8. N.. ar rived lit the city yesterday and sworo the flvo mombors ol the signal corps stationed hore Into tho United Statos service. A recruiting officer will bo sent to Oalveston In a tuw days to en list recruits in the naval reservo force. UbarUred. Austin, Tex., Juno 13. Tho charter of the San Joointo Flower Battle iisio elation ot San Antonio was tiled. No capital stook. Purpose, perpotuatlng SHd celebrating tho memory of tho bat tto of San Jacinto. Incorporators. Elizabeth Ogden, Cora Ogden Wilson and Paulino Haugh. Ataldxnlal Kllllaa-. Jowett, Tex., Juno 13. The 11-year-old son or Mr. Jennings, living about eleven miles west of here, was killed by tho accidental dlsoharge ot a double barrel shotgun. Jebnxan IUad, Santa Anna, Tex., June 13 Lee John son, the Santa Fo fireman who waa shot at Colleman on the night of th Oth dlod Friday night, and was taken to Tempi tor Interment. Nat aullty. Austin, Tex., June 13. After being out nearly twenty-four hours tho Jury In the Orlzzard case brought lu a ver dict acquitting the prisoner. There was a largo crowd present when the verdict was read by tho District Clork Hart Uarald Aciullld. Waco, Tex., Juno 13. Tho Jury la the oase of Col. O. H. Gerald, at soon as oourt convened Saturday morning, brought In a verdict acquitting the de fendant. Judge Gerald was Immediately surrouudtd by congratulating friend.