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THE EDDY CURRENT
Foqob Vnlloy to the Front, Oronkors to tho Flour. " ' -,n j....... 1, ..', - 1 a, ,, .rfTacat VOL. VI. MDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 181)8. fi NO. 50. FIFTEEN NEW CASES OF FEVER AT JACKSON. Section Around Kansas City Visited by est Blizzard in Twenty-Five Years Considerable Damage Done. Earll-and MlMlMlppI MtunlUn. Jackson, Mini.. Oet. IS. Contrary to central expectations Jaokson's roport of now cases of yellow (over for ycstor lay Is tinusunlly large, the total bring fifteen. Thin la accounted for by Uir. fact that the cool weather tnnda to de velop the dlneaso In persons whose sys tenia already contain tho eenna of In fection, but It la bellcrcd that further spread U not possible with the prvell Ing cold weather. The board of health official report for tho atato Is aa follow for tho past twenty-four hours: Madison, ono now caio and ono death; I'oplarvllle, four new caRoa; Starkvlllo, no now casca In four daya; Taylors, no now case, ono seriously slok; Harrlston, three new cases, three critically 111; Yazoo City, flvo now casca and two suspi cious: Natchez, two now cases; Mo rldlan, two now oases; Canton, ono now case and ono auspleloua; Hnttlee burg, four now case and one death; Wavetand, ono new aaso. Tallow 1'nT.r on Hoard. Washington, Oct. 18. Tho marlno hospital sorvlco rocelved tho followInK cablegram from Dr. Ilrunnor, aanltary Inspector of tho marine hospital sor- Vj.1 co, stationed at Havana: Havann, Oct. 17. Surgeon general marlno hospital sorvlco, Washington: Amorlcan bark Maryland, for Ualtl more, has dovolopcd flvo cases of yel low fovor and three deaths In Havana, llavo advised that tho vessel proceed to Tortugas quarantine. Tho master of tho vessel protests. Unless protest oyerrulcd moio yollow fever will dc velop en routo to Ualtlmoro. DIIUNNHU. Ofllclala of tho marlno hospital nor vice said Inst night that thoy could not prevent tho Maryland from proceed lag to aea from Havana, but that It alio should sail for Ualtlmoro sho would bo hold at the Capo Charles quarantine atatlon and not allowod to proceed further. Nlorm UiiK.it. Kansas City, Mn Oct. 18. The can Heat winter storm In this section In tWonly-flvo years and tho worst early hIOiui on record has almost complotely shut KansaA City off from wire com munication with tho south, tho west nnd tho north. An oponlng on thu cast has atono kept tho city from being to tnlly lolai. It had been raining for tho past twenty-four hours. Bhortly after mid night Sunday night tho rain turned to snow nnd tho temperature dropped per ceptlbly. Steadily slnco thon a heavy wot snow, drlvon by a strong north wind, ta points reaching tho velocity of n gale, has fallen. Hundreds ot tole graph and tolephotio poles out In tho open havo either boon blown down by tho strong wind or broken by tho weight of tho snow-cover tho wires. At Fairmont park, near Kansas City, and at Leavenworth, Kan., whero por tions ot tho third and fifth Missouri and Uio twenty-first and twenty-second Kunsaa regiments respectively nro on camped, many tents woro blown down and tho soldiers made to nuffcr acutely. The storm camo up with great sudden noss and caught many unprepared. Numerous casca ot suffering to man and beast will doubtless bo roportod when communication shaH havo been resumed. Hallway tralMc, wnllo tnoro or less hampered, has not neon badly Interrupted as far aa can bo learned. In Kansas City no serious damago has resulted. Dr. Sou for Sun- in I.aultliun. New Orleans, La., Oct. IS. chon reports tho following day: Now Orloans, six now cases, flvo deaths (tho flvo deaths although only roported Sunday, reprosont tho mor tality In tho chorlty hospital lurlnn tho weok.) Wilson, flvo deaths. For Monday: Nov Orleans, thrco new caacs, two deaths; Harvey's Ca nal, two cases, ono death; Wilson, four easas, no deaths. Ibervlllo parish hits raised tho quarntlno against Now Or leans with tho consent of tho stnte board ot health. Tho stato has raised qurantlno against Key WosU Two On.... Morldlsn, Mies., Oot 18. Drs. Csrter and Murray. United HtntM marine hospital surgeons, who were sent hero by the stato board of health to oxamlne suspicious sickness, reported to the board ot health at noon yesterday that two casea pronounced suspicious by lo cal pbyslelona were genuine eases of yellow fever. The board ot health had already quarantined the localities as a precautionary measure. At Chattanooga. Chattanooga, Tenn., Oet. 18. 8ur gsofl ClMeral Wymn of the United States marine hospital service, wan hero yesterday on a tour ot tho south to Investigate tha yellow fever situa tion. Ho expressed himself as satisfied that the worst Is over and that the approaah ot sold weather will prevent tho spread ot tho disease, He will visit infected points In Mississippi and Louisiana. (Joiiipunjr (Jlisrl.r.tl Outhrlo, Ok., Oot. 18. Secretary Jen kins granted a charter to the Tonka wa Construction company, capital etock $10,000. Directors, O. It. llloh rds. 8. James. T. H. Martin, W. W. Orcgers and C. F. Ieeeh. They pro pose oonstrustlng a railway from Hun newell, Kan., south to Tonkawa, Ok., a dlitaneo ot thirty miles, through the moat fertile wheat and eorn belt ot tha territory. ! kn.aw Kltl.tl, Ardmore, I. T., Oot. 18. Saturday afternoon baout 4 o'clock n runner ar rived from Tishomingo, urgently ro requentlng na officer to be sent at onto to Mill Creek, twonty-thrco miles northwest ot Tishomingo, to arrest several Indians charged with being en gaged In rioting ta that placo. Tho runner brought meager details of tho trouble at Mill Creek. Ho said thta there had bo a big puchofa danco given on Friday night, ta which Micro was a largo gathering of full-blooded Indians, Tho puchofa danco Is what Is known as 'tho medicine danco" ot tho Chlcknsaws, and Is held all night long. At tho daneo some Indians who had u feud of long standing with each other clashed, and as a result ono man was killed outright and another man and his brother desporatoly wounded and aro not oxpectcd to live Thero was no ofllcer nearer than Tishomingo, twonty-thrco mllos away, and a run ner was sont for him. Deputy Marshal Collins went to Mill Crook to Investi gate the mtutor. Tho doad man Is a woll-known Chlok nsaw and was for sovernl years a Ohlcliiumw olllacr under tha Indian government. On n Wiir rooting, Paris. Oct. 18. Inuulri-. made at the oftleos of tho Frmioh minister ot marlno confirm tho report published by the Bolell In a dlspateh from Tou lon that Vleo Admiral Fournlor. who Is now at Tunis with tho minister of marine, M. Ioekroy, will return Imme diately to Toulon, whero orders have been reoelved to speedily prepare the armored cruisers Admiral Trechouart, llouvlnes, Jsmmapes and Valmy for native service and that, In addition, orders have been leaned to send the largest potttbl nuMber at gttititers ts llrost without delay to man the fortu and batteries there. The vessels mentioned are to be promptly tdaeed on a war footing and sent to limit. Humors eanneet tho Frensh prepa rations with the Fasheda dispute. The Paris papers to-day In chroni cling the movements ot the llrltleh fleet In the Mediterranean announoo that three Ilrltlsh Ironelnds arc en gaged in gun practise off Hlxertu and tho French naval station In tho Medi terranean oft the African coast. mf ItnlatMl. San Juan do Porto Rico, Oct. 19. Promptly at noon yesterday tho Amer ican flag was raised over Ban Juan. The ceromony was quiet and dignified, unmorred by disorder ot any kind. The elovonth regular Infantry, with two batteries ot tho fifth artillery, landed yesterday morning. Tho latter proceeded to tho forts, whlto tho In fantry lined up on tho docks, It was a holiday for 8n Juan, and thero wore mlral Schley nnd (len.Oordon.nocompa cilral Selil ey and on. Gordon, accompa nied by tholr staffs, proceeded to tho palaco in carriages. Tho eleventh In fantry regiment nnd band, with troop H ot tho sixth United Htates cavalry, then marched through tho streets and formed In tho square opposlto the pal ace. At 11:40 Oen. Urooke, Hear Admiral Schley and (len. Urooke, tho United States evacuation commissioners, enmn out ot tho palace, with many naval ofllcors, and formed on the right sldo ot Uio square. Thn streets bohlnd the soldiers were thronged with towns people, who stood waiting In dead al lence. At last the city clock struck the hour of 12. and tho crowds, almost breathless and with avcry eyo fixed upon tho flag polo, watched for devel opments. At thn sound of tho first, tin from Fort Morro, MnJ. Denn nnd Lieut. Castlcton hoisted the stars and stripes, while tho band played tho "Btnr Span gled Uanncr." All heads woro bared nnd the crowds cheurcd. Fort Morro, Fort San Cristobal and tho United States revenue cutter Manning, lying In tho harbor. 11 red twonty-ono guns each. Senor Mil nor. Hlvcm. who was pros Idont of tho recent nutonomlst council ot tho sccrcturlos, and other officials of tho late insular government, wore present nl tho proceedings. Knslgn King hoisted the stars and stripes on thn Intondonoy, but olhor flags on tho old public buildings were hoisted by military ofllcers. Simulta neously with tho raising of tho flag over tho captain gonoral's palace many others wrro hoisted in different parts ot tho city. Tho work of tho United States commission Is now over, nnd t.i tho reports will bo forwarded to Wash ington on Tuesday noxt. Tho labors of both parties havo terminated, with honors for all concerned. Tho Amer ican commissioners worked without tho least delay and In tho most thor ough nnd effective tnannor. Chicago l'.aea Jubll.a, Chicago, III., Oct- 10. Eight thou sand people packed wlfhln tho walls ot tho auditorium building yesterday to witness tho formal opening oxcrolses ot tho national peace jubilee. All that had preceded this great meeting wan merely preliminary In Its naturo nnd most ot It In honor ot tho president personally. Yesterdny, however, the actual Jubilee began. The weather was Dm Clil.f. at HI, l.ouli. St. LouIh, Mo., Oct. 10. More than 400 delegates to tho twenty-sixth an nual convention of tho International cold, damp, with lowering olouds and like rnts." n raw wind blowing oft tho lake com ! polled opIo to hug tho lco sldo of buildings and seek warm corners, but tho crowd was closely packed around the building fully an hour boforo tttn doors wero opened. Tho people eamo rapidly and long before tho commence ment of the oxetrlsoe the groat hall was parked from pit to dome. Tho exorcises opened with n short address by Chairman Chas. Truax of tho jubilee committee, at tho conclu sion ot which ho introduced tho pre siding omccr. tleorgo It. I'eok. Mr. Feck's address was greeted with great applause. He paid a glowing eulogy to President McKlnloy and the army and navy. Aftor Mr. Peck hail terminated his address he Introduced Mayor Harrison of Chicago, who delivered tho formal address of welcome to President Mc- Klnlny and tho stranger who bad come to Chicago to witness tho cere monies ot Jubilee week. The president, who received a most enthusiastic wet come na ho cntored the building, modo no formal reply to the nddressr.n ot welcome, notwithstanding tho largo calls that wero mado upon him for a speech. Following tho address ot Mayor Harrison vamo Archbishop Ire land ot St. Paul. Judge Kmory flpeer of Clcorgla fol lowed with thn closing address At the conclusion ot Judgo Spoor's address, which concluded tho pro grammn, thero were loud calls for "McKlnleyl McKlnloyl" Tho prcsldont had turned and wan Just nbout to lcava the box, but ho turned nnd camo bnolc to tho front. He waited tor a moment until cx-(lov. lllchard J. Oglcsby brought tho assemblage tc -ornithine resembling qulel. Then President Mc Klnloy spoke ns follows: "My fellow-citizens: I havo been deeply moved by this great demon stration, I havo been deeply touched by tho words ot patriotism that havo been uttered by tho distinguished mon so eloquently In your presence. It Is gratifying to all ot us to know that this has never ceased to bo a wur ot humanity. Tho last shin that wont out of tho harbor of Havana boforo tho war was declared was an Amerlrnn ship that had taken to the suflorlnB Manx !,)? Ii.i. London, Oct. IS The Atlnatle Trans port company's steamer Mohrgen, for merly the Cleopatra ot the Wilson & FurncM-Icyland line, which loft Lon don for New York Thursday with fifty passengers and u crew ot 180, Is ashore oft tho Lizard, between tho Manacles and tha lowlands. A coasting guard meemigo reports that tho passengers nro "drowning Another account says bodies are washing ashore, one being ot a lady lashed to a plank, with both legs severed, It uppears that when tho Mohegen struck gain was blowing and tho sea was running high. Lifeboats nut oft from the Lizard and from Falmouth, one returning filled with passengers. Several were drowned, however, It Is reported, on tho passage of the life boat to thu shorn. Another llfeloat saved six passen gers. The coast at that point Is ox trimely dangerous, and has been the sceno of numerous wrecks. Home years ago there was a move ment set on foot to get a lightship plaxbd there, but H failed. A dispatch from Fismoutn says Mohegen founderru ind was probably blown ashore by the heaviest wind aft er her machinery was disabled. All the Falmouth tugs went out, but none was able to approach tho voescl. A lifeboat has landed thirty ot the Mohegen's passengers and returned for more. One lady died after sho was brought ashore. It Is reported that the position ot the Mohegen Is serious uud that assistance Is urgently needed, According to a dispatch received from Falmouth, out of 200 persons, consuming the passengers and crew of the Mohsxen. only 31 havo been sated. Thn vnsicl has gone ashore off tho Lizard. The steamer Mohcgnu, thon tho Cleo patra, arrived at Now York on Aug. 16 lust on her maiden trip from Ixuidon. Sho Is a slnglo'soiow, stool vessel ot 4510 tons register, 480 feet long. Her conaoder hLQapt. (Irlfllths, commo dore of the ffilSfltlo Trumwort fleet. Mors fc.nonv, liondon, Oct. 16. Tho situation la Paris is regarded In well Informed quarters here as being more serious than at any time since tho commune. Tho St. James Osteite yesterday after- noon said: 'A military revolution, however. peaooful, which replace the Drlsson oablnct with tho nominees ot the gen orals would Imperil tho relations be tween Ilnglnnd nnd Franco almost iv the breaking point. Tho semi-official nnd partly Inspired I'arls paperti aro still protondlng thnt negotiations nro proceeding between tho two govern ments nnd France beltoves It, although everybody In England knows tho state ment to bo ridiculous. Kvon supposing Ma). Marehand Is unconditionally with drawn from Fashnda, the dlfTioultlos with Franco will In no way end. Ue hlud It Ho the wholo question ot the Itahrnl flrazel, thn rlohest prize In tho Soudan." I'.T.r Matur. Jackson, Miss., Oct. 15. Tho yellow fever situation Is practically unchang ed so far us tho number ot new cases Is concerned. Tho thermometer, how ever, ranged In tho fifties last nlgltt nnd there are strong hopes that tin spread ot tho Infection will bo checkol by tho cool weather, even it thero If no forst. The Jackson report for yester day Is ten now cases, Joo Harby at thn Ilaptlst orphanage, Ilu.th and Blten Itlettl, T. Cundlnc. a Mormon older, and six colored. There were no deaths. Dr. Hunter's report from other points Is: Taylors, one now ease: Pnplarvllle, twolvo new oases slnco Oot. Mad ison, six now cases, thro. White nnd three colored; Wnveluud, two oases; Hattlesburg, throo now oases and ono death. Natchez report four now rases and one suspicious cas, all nro In tho northern part of tho city; Harrlston reports thrcn now caios and three crit ically III. Tho Oxford roport glvca ono now rasa and statos that a light frost foil Thursday nlaht. Association of Flro coninanlcs of nc tlvn nnil rollri.il nro nlilnfu In the neonlo Of Cuba the supplies furnished United States and Canada aro In the 'by American charity tapplauso), and city, Tho conference assembled at tho Planters' hotel and headed by a pla toon ot police marched to tho Masonic templo, whero they went Into session. Mayor Zolghcnhelm In a characteristic speech welcomed tho chiefs to St. the first ship to sail Into tho liaibor at Santiago was another American ship benrlug food supplies to tho suffering CubanB (applause), and I am suro it Is tho universal prayor of American citizens that Justlco and humanity nnd Louis. After Prcsldont M. J. Kennedy I clvlllzntlon shall characterize the flnal of Now Haven, Conn., had responded tho convention organized for business. Tho International association was called to ordor by Prosldont M. J. Ken nedy of Now Haven, Conn. Thirty settlement of peace as they havo dis tinguished the progress of tho war. (Applause). "My countrymen, tho currants of des- tiny How through the hearts of tho read. The treasury department made a final awurtl of the new war loan. Rub seribera for the turn ot IIH0 will re solve a paraefttagt) of that sunt amounting to flttKL iuk"lbra for 14480 or lew will I awarded tt full ntnouat of their lubserlpUmm. two states and twenty-two provinces i people. Who will check them, who will of Canada wero represented. Speoohos ' divert them, who will stop them? wero modo by tho flro ohlcfs from sov-1 And tho movements of mon, planned erul of tho largor oltlwi and somo eorn- j and designated by tho Master of Mon, munleatlons from Hncllsh lire chiefs i will never be Interrupted by the American psoplo." After the conclusion ot the exer cises at tho Auditorium tho president was ontertalnod nt luneheon at the Auditorium hotel by tho peuo Jublleo ownmltteomen. Tho affair was entire ly Informal, no speeohM twine rondo or toasts proposed. notion llurii.. Marietta. I. T Oet. IO.-TIm- U Ke ootton platform, 1Ut eighty-four laleti of cotton, burned here. It is supposed to have sought from a pass ing freight train, a a very hard wind was blowing. Not N.vn Slnra, Shermnn,Tex.,OeL 19. At 1:30 Mon day morning tho two-story ontUtgo belonging to C. U Poltor ot Onlnoc vllle, 118 North Walnut street, was dis covered to be on lire. It was ooouplod by Mrs. Mattle llaker and was de stroyed. I .otw on building J 1000 and housohold effeoU 100. The latter In sured for IO0. An elderly man by the name ot John Davis, In the eily for treatment for en. cor. who was roaming at the house, is supposed to be burned to death. He sueeeoded In getting his trunk out and went Into thn building and bus not been seen slnee. Nina Arr.it.tl, Alexandria. ICgypt, Oct. IB. Tho Al exandria police have arrostcd nltto Kalian nnarrhlsts since ITiursdsy night and havo thereby frustrated a plot against Kmperor William, now on his wny to tho Holy Ianil to bo present nt tho consecration ot tho Church of the Savior nt Jerusalem. Tho leader Is a oafe keeper, a well known Italian anarchist, in whose house the police found two bombs ot grent strength. Tho pnllco Investigation showed that thn arrested cafe keeper had bribed the steward of n steamer plying between Alexandria and Port Said to tnko on hoard n bm of bombs. Apparently the nuarchlsts orlglnully Intended to nun thn bombs at tho Palais Abldln nt Cairo whllo Kmperor William and tho lchcdlvo wero there. When (he kaiser decided not to visit Kgypt the chang ed their plans and decided to attack him In Palestine. War Investigation eommlsslon Is at Jacksonville, Fla. D.n.r (la ml us llama. San Francisco, Gal., Oot. 10. It Is stated that Admiral Dewey will arrive In this city on Dee. 0. He will come hero on the steamer City ot IVkln, whioh 'Is duo to nrrlve here on that date from the orient. Admiral Dewey Is Interested In several mining enter prises on this coast, and It Is these In terests that prompt his coming at this time. He has written friends In this city that he has already applied for leave ot absence. The pease eommlsslon has not reoohed the Philippine question. W. 0. Whitney of Now York paid $49,000 for the stolllon Meddler. Hatlifaetnrr T..I. New York. Oct. 19. A dlspateh from Calmanern, Cuba, mja: Naval Construator Uohson sailed on tho Philadelphia via Jamalaa. Tho camp nt tho Colon wreek Is partly built and the work will go on during Mr. Hobson's absence. Tho preliminary steam trial of the Infanta Maria 1e resa engines was satisfactory. The OJholnnatl transferred thirty men for the. Teresa, The llfeTf flwlfswTandvi Mfeluwt has Leon threatened by anarshisU. I'arl. Ooininl.itou. Washington, Oot. 15. Tho peace commtslsnnoni to Paris aro still deta ins with propositions relating toCulm. hit t have not et taken up thn subject of the future of the Philippines. The Insistence upon tho strictest construc tion of tho articles of (ne protocol, tho Spanish commissioners have swung to the opposite evtremo und are now look ing for an amelioration ot the rules laid down, on the ground that the agreement was hastily drawn nnd un der great pressure. There Is nn evident wish on their part to associate Cuba and tee Philippines In their .final de position, which may explain the I aiiullestlbj of the Swinish, military eoRimttl sonars for an extension of th Vlnl.n Affair, Chicago, III., Oct. IB. Complications which threaten to nssumo greater pro portions than tho clash between Fed eral nnd sttao authorities during the rallwny strike undor Altgold's adminis tration promise to grow out ot a or. Tanner's action In refusing to allow tho Alton road to unload colored min ors nt Vlrdcn. Oonerul Solloltor llrowu of tho Chicago and Alton left for Sprlngflold yostorday. The gover nor will be sought by Solicitor Drown, who will assumo charge of tho situa tion tn Ylrden so far an the Alton Is concerned. Steps will bo taken like wise by the Alton to secure legal re dress for tho alleged Interference with thn road. Tho officials ot the Alton claim that ono ot thn most sacred prerogatives ot n common carrier was outraged and thoy oxpreis their determination to Hud out It tho governor of tho state can "oxcrelto Inwless force," as thoy term It, without being hold to account. Tnnn.r Tnlk., Sprlugflold, III,, Oct. lS.ln an In tervluw Uuv. Tanner said: "On learning yesterdny morning that the national guard were searching trains I nt once gave orders to Oen. Hcese, adjutant general, In Instruct Col. Young that the national guard has no lght to search trains and that hereaftor they would not board trains; that tholr orders woro to prevent tha lauding of Imported labor, whlalt would necessarily result In the pre alpltntlan ot a riot; that they were there to keep the peaeo and prevont any person from provoking a riot." (Ion. Houlli. VasMftttofl. Oet. IS. Mrgeon (Jen- time allowed for the evaeuaUeu of Cu- jeral Wynm,. .. the marine hospital ba, This application will be duly eon sldsred. but nevertheless will be In slsted on by the administration. Calvin Fairbanks, the abolitionist, Is dead at his home In Angellaa, N. ?.. aged 62 years, Ho was twlee sentaueeil to prison In Kentucky for violation ot the slave law. iir.at Kit.iuion. Ohattanoga, Tenn., Oet. 1$. Yester day's session of the Christian Wom en's Doard ot Missions was largely at tended and very Interesting. After a short Hlble study and devotional oxer olses the convention was opened with a short address by Mrs. A. M. Atkin son ot Wabash. )nd.. the presiding of fleer. The report at the secretary showed great extension of the mission work, especially In India and Jamaltu. service left here for a trip at a week or ten days flghtlug yellow fever. Ho will go direct to Cincinnati, then to Chattanooga, Atlanta, Mobile, New Or leans and other point. He will coa ler with tho sttao nnd looal health au ttwltlen. Mtarl.li Ortlcr.. Perry. Ok., Oet. IS. The grand lodge ot the Knights of Pythias ot Oit laheroa In session here elected officers as follows: a. C. J. Q. Dtakeney.Shaw nee: V. O. 0.. T. J. Sealy, Pawhqska; O. P., II. C. llruat. Chandler; 0. K. ot It. and 8.. J. 8. Collins, Outhrle; O. M, of K 0. W. Uraham, Hnld; Q. M. oj A., O. II. Kamm. ill Uenoj 0. F. 0., J. J. Carson, llluofcwelli 0, 0. O,, 11. 0. SahlUlng. Perry. Guthrie was seeleeted as the next place of meeting.