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ifPINAL m STRUGGLE STRUGGLEi STRUGGLECLOSE STRUGGLECLOSE
i CLOSE AT HAND HANDJtfte HANDj HANDtate
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Jtfte tate 1C8 Envoys Will Soon Finish FinishMinor FinishMinor FinishMinor
Minor Questions QuestionsHK
HK WEATHER AT PORTSMOUTH PORTSMOUTHX PORTSMOUTHIt4tn I
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It4tn in n of Sakhalin Island and In InjKifHntty Intlilfrlnlty Inla4rnlty
jKifHntty la I the Points Over Which WhichClash Which1h WhichNM
1h NM Clash Will Come ComoJaps Japs Keep Keepft Keepl1 Kecpl
ft l1 l TNcIo klo lo Well Informed Informed5r informedOttamuuti
5r I Pottomouth JIOTt mouth N II August 18 ISThe ISTheoI11crttlco 18Theetlc0 The TherJteC
rJteC etlc0 < co onlereiico begun at U30 11 30 oclockI1g oclock oclocktJite oclock1k1
tJite 1k1 morning ornlng The envoys wuru Hurv servwjtu Hurvf6f
f6f 4 wjtu Jthbraukhltll breakfast ut the naval store storefjmJcodlng HtorUItcodlllg Hturual
fjmJcodlng l codlllg t the atsslon atssloni At < luilon luilonIIYO
v i Tlvo artlcloH for tho possible p < ulltlblu treatyWashington treaty treatyjfNf trent trentoM
jfNf c oM Washington remained to bo con cowmtkrod conl courod
l iiMtorod rod when the plenipotentiaries re ret1H ruiirlimed
tjrt iirlimed ed their t1H lr session at the navy yard yardtd yardodaySaktnalin artl artlySlkhlliln
< td odaySaktnalin f ySlkhlliln Sakhalin upon which It had hailMi6u hadF hudn
F < < 9ii0U n Impossible to agree and which whichLfcd whichIIi4 whichboon
Lfcd IIi4 been passed over indemnity llml llmlrtttloiw 111111tlUon IImibttlgttn
rtttloiw tlUon upon Utissias ItII HlaH sea power the theI thejurfooduf thegu
I gu jurronder ronder of r the interned warships and andtho andthe
the 0 grant of fishing rights on the Lit Littorftl 1ltI Litdotal
I torftl of the maritime provinces + H Re Retnunoratlon IloLt1unorntlull Itotmunoratlun
Lt1unorntlull tnunoratlon fur the cost of the war it itf ItfS t tyfJla
f fS yfJla UeHovtd is No 0 the h first article alUcleto Itrtlcltits
1 to to coW co1 Ut up UI todayHow today todayii tudnyJJuw
ii < How far No U will bo threshed outiotoro out outfeofon
feofon 11010 It IH pusaod IIIUl wd over In problem problemI prollmUcaI prubli nl nldUca1
I dUca1 ioal Pishing rights RtiKsIa will willylolrt willXlold
ylolrt 1011 There only unl romnln llmltutlon llmltutlonI Ihnltut iltnitutionupon Inn Innpan
I upon pan TluflRlas nea newer and LUll the stir stirf Imreador Hureider
f Seftdor eider of lite Interned warships warshipsThe war warship11The hllll hllllThe
The final struggle Is close at hand handAnct handtrld
Anct 4 iiropiuatlons aro living made for forIt furit forIt
It When tho + rnmnlnlng points of ofX nli ofpoeaihlo
i poeaihlo > X O > B8lhlo agreement aro donionHtrntiMl dontonstratwiadjournmen donionHtrntiMlAH 1 1n
AH n adjournment will ho tukon prohu prohulily Jlrutlnt prubnilyuntil
lily ilyuntil t until Monthly when the plonlpoton pltlllpoteubiflts plonlpotonI
I ttrfc Urlcd will show ho their t htll I last cardst cards ciirduTho
1 t Tho JiipaiuHo art In the I he Honest Honestgpucli rIOfHKII rIOfHKIuch
i I t gpucli uch with thor govornmont Thoy Thoylaw 1Ihl 1Ihlare lheyare
are + keeping 1 J < i oplng Toklo advised of every everyij everyduvlgptnelt
ij 4Dr0pmont lcwrnullt of tho proceeding HtHU II J It Itt ItU
ifM ian U O oclock n licit this morning when hon thti4ftt tin tinj thlfttrenm
j t i4ftt Ml tream of telogrnniH to Japan wa warbonplolo0 waj Willaoml1lotof1
j ScOfliplotod aoml1lotof1 Tlio Iht I ht woHther since the ai urrv1 aik 11rlva1
k rvi rlva1 of the pHilpoti pt nlputeatiarles ntlnrK hn hni hKlfangeIY bar bartrangeiy >
i aBUftnfCely followed lilt prevailing 1II I11lIIIg son sonjvfttnoot 14111nJont Hen4anlont
jvfttnoot nJont an R to this outcome outcomeToday 011 ntrtenuuToday tll 11 If IfToday
Today was bright hrl ht and Itl II I ehoery Thetitan The Therfltn ThpJAln
titan nhono gloriously 1rlllll I It wits ilK nnothor nnothorpago ftllCithmf nnnthorpatio
f patio lIO out of llto Ih wonderful + tl wonthor wonthortx 41Ititerbook nth nthbook
tx book > ok to which Now w I2mluml hari treat treatd trnntttrd
> ttrd d her distinguished forutKii furltl 1I gti KUHstn KUHstnIxUt IIH4 IIH4I 1i 1iLdet
IxUt I AL week Nk tho lh heat wan AM unbManiiil unbManiiilfcpd IIntHHlIuhloand unbHtunhllz
z and tho plonlpotonllarloH plonipot + mtlaritd wore tosi tosiand t 4ty 4tyand l land >
and angry nn ry Saturday atlrda wa was 114 cold ami amixlroary alllicJroUJt anddlroaryr
xlroary and ntl It looked as If a i storm stormwould IUflllWould 1trn1would
would br break ak Hut it did not and flu flufoar thiFear hi hi1car
Fear that nogotlRtioiiH would his h hI brok broken brflkn breken
en n off when the mooting oocurrfd lIrrrll In Intho 111tho Ii Iithe
tho aftenioon after nflr fh she he presentation presentationof tJrf II 1 hIli hIliof
of Lute IlUftslHn rfII reply wan 111 huppllv huppllvnvortod 11111111Iorlod
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> nvortod Sunday Smulu was t fair tar and 111 lirkiit lirkiitTUMiUy hrhtht1INlIY brlkht1lteutday
TUMiUy It stormed it ud and lint In the e tmf tmf1utC8 mfer mfereitco r rttce
eitco ttce room the I hi flrni unaurntuualnbtt unaurntuualnbttbarrlor tin unnouwtahi lIIIUlrmumltuhlbarrier unnouwtahiCarrier
Carrier alIP uppeuredthn uIIIttIHftll IreII thn t h cosnlnn tlf 1 f SHk SHkIjalin Sa Setkballn Ii IiaUn
Ijalin aUn YoHterduy Ystrlh forenoon tho 111 + wonth wonthr wuntker Inlh Inlher
er r eloarod nod the th plonlpotentlarlet plonlpotentlarletwhllo 1leIlIIHltunt1IIICblla pe01patuntlnriewhile +
while blla rtiurnlns r mlnJ to the th hotel wtrntrnated wore woretrotted rl rltrottd
trotted to th thft sight of a 1 glnrlotts lt lnrhmK > rlotiH Now NowKngland NuttI Nutthngland uw uwEn
Kngland En 11 ILn tl Mtnnet aunsotTho MtnnetTho n 1 1Tho
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Tho peace plcnlpt plonltrltratlarIi MitixrU i who whofrave whuton + vlanII
II frave ton Yt alternately IIWtlhllt1t1 > w ll r Hl and been beenchilled htt1chlllN1 ht + en enchtIkd
chilled uhlvorod tI Ur tl nnd Uwn HO t40Wro Hnskvd HnskvdM CIM CIMwrro
M were in R Jtuod > od MIJlrltft plrlt In the thf rain whtn whenvrluut whtnwb1 whtnt
t vrluut tiipy started awwy AWn from till ho hoti4 tintw hotV4
ti4 Mix MixMont t 1 ttot 1M
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si I > i Itilsy hllII ti itfmrltiK o taable n lil h < + a lnst la ut l night nightthat nlgluthat n111till
that till t v won wc rt in eottrtoquunce a alittle alittlebtthtu little littlebohuil 1Itttthln
bohuil thln t I rerXular r f l r hour In Rtfttln Rtfttlndown Jttll1down gutttnedONtl
down M 1 i Itt thtn It MMininn tIlnn It WAS 11 clone cloneto clowto eloFlto
to a > d I cN H j inCor to tarp Mr tt Takahlrn Takahlrnfollow Tlkablm01l0A F iloihtrntoliup
1 follow t i > Iutlia iut U tt KoNtuiH ami Mr Mrtliom MrSt
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to U thu u u oar v veot t + It r hn h n toe Japrtauct Japrtauctset Jtt Jk Jksol aiia aiiaaud + +
sol out outKomura OlltKomura ontKomura
Komura Ovet SIOO WX tw t School SchoolSeattle Schools SehoolSuatllo
Seattle s tUo Wt Va > > vijm I I liIII IS s t Irwitl Irwitldent tr tr4ent + 1 1drnt
dent < c G < X T TJ r ratNhtt moi + Of f iho tb kiiIn kiiInJapanese m io ioJapanese
Japanese aasootu 0614 hn a nut n rr rtrltt vuMi 1 lid + d 118 118Fron f fnr 5 i ifton
fton nr Baton lron Kcunu A stoat < i trU trUdUltln4UIshed n ati hr h hdistinguished > b1 b1dlstinlulshed
distinguished Ha etLP4Ilau biN mai 1 xt Ntptv i on + r t ttho It Itth6 tithe +
the Japanese uchool tI of > f th t dr ti t + y o t 1Olukn > lw lwoccukn kturctuLon
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month The eoursti co rltt erf tk I M tooi tooiwrre o t oast oastseas < Ga Gaa >
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TRAIN GOES THROUGH A BRIDGE DRIDGEReports BRIDGReports BRIDGEReports
Reports Say that that There There Is I a Number NumbeiWere NumberI NumberWere
I Were Killed and Injuredorfolk Injured InjuredNorfolk InjuredI
I Norfolk Va Aumist 18 18A A report reporijust reportJIJ reportJubt
just JIJ l received here Haya that nn excur excurrloti cxcurp excurrlun
rloti p lun train over the Atlantic Coast CJoastLine CoastrJlnt1 roustLine
Line railway rallwu from Kingston N C CIxnind Cltound CLotrnd
Ixnind for Norfolk shot through an anopen anolln anOiler
open drawbridge near liruceu Uruc fj station stationin
in Norfolk county about 7 miles from fromPortsmouth fromPortsmouth
Portsmouth Va and about 9 mllea mlleafrom IDH IDHfrom inlleefrom
from Norfolk NorfolkThe NortolkTht1 NorfolkThe
The train was bringing soma 600 500persons 600persun 600persona
persons from Kingston and intermedi intermediate ¬
ate te points to Norfolk for a stay of to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowrh tomorrowThe
The rh first report rr port of the wreck is that thata
a draw over tho western branch of the theElizabeth them11
Elizabeth m11 1 ulJlth river was open for a tug to topass toPUHIi topass
pass tl0 through ougli and the excursion train trainerfglno traInlI trainetigino
erfglno lI glno with one coach went over overboard overJourd overboard
board Into 25 feet of water waterlOvery watervery waterthery
lOvery very physician in the city of Portsmouth Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth
mouth has 111 Ii been summoned to the thetfccuc theIICcuc theJccno
tfccuc Many people are reported reportedkilled reportedkilled reportedkilled
killed or Injured and authentic de details detull deslulls ¬
tails tull are yet ot missing missingA
A relief train bearing phyalcianH phyalcianHhas
has loft Portsmouth for the sceneThu scene sceneTho HcenTho
Tho wrecked train was duo to ar arrive arrlvo arrlvu ¬
rive at Norfolk at I oclock this after afterneon nttlrnooll afternoon
neon Following this train was an another onother attother ¬
other excursion train over the same sameroad sameroad lamorund
road bringing 300 excursionists from fromItocky fromHucky fromRocky
Rocky Mount N C CPreceding CI CIrecoding
Preceding I the I he wrecked train there therewan thtrcWUII thereWUR
wan still another excursion train to toarrive tonrrlvu toarrive
arrive here over or the Atlantic Coast CoastLino ConstIJlno CoastLino
Lino road this being composed of ofnome ofIWIIIO
nome too merchants and others from fromAugusta fromAugusta fromAugusta
Augusta On la Charleston S C and andJacksonville BlUrJackKulI andJackson
Jackson Jacksonville tlIie 11 It Phi 1 II hound to Baltimore BaltimorePhiladelphia BaltlllJIIPh1l111101l1hll HaltiinurePhiladelpillu
Philadelphia and New York for the thepurchase theIJilruIIlUl4 thepurchase
purchase of fall goods goodsSATISFIED JOOdKSATISFIED godHSATISFIED
SATISFIED WITH CONFERENCE CONFERENCEAmerican CONFERENCEAmerican
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American Jews Discuss Conditions In InRussia inRussia I
Russia With M Witte WltteChicago WitteCh WitteChlagu
Chicago Ch Icn P August A lI uRl 18 1 18AICIf S Adolf Kraus Krausreturned Ii KrauHretnrued fIlIIK fIlIIKreIII
returned reIII rlld JU o Chicago ell IcuJn yesterday lsltI11 R wull wullRatlHllod wul1RltI wullKntIHtlnd
RatlHllod RltI lIod with Mm result of thu con conference contrt1nto eonrt ¬
ference rt trt1nto ± with tho Jewish lIpn1tHnta representatlves ropre lIpn1tHntath14 entn entntlvoH I
tlvoH with M J Wltto Ittu In Portsmouth PortsmouthMonday PllrtHllluulhIIIII Iurtrntnutit1louduy
Monday IIIII night nightThore nightIh t tli
Thore Ih + re Is no doubt ho said iini said from pretaut pros prosmil IJrt IJrtItlll
mil Indications that the Kuiwlan itus + ian as assembly nHHOlJhl asHumbly ¬
Humbly HOlJhl when called will take ii 1111 des desrlously we werlouMly tHrlntl141y
rlouMly the question of JoItlll11n settling the theJewish I theJewlah hft hft1IhlK
Jewish rights rightsM 1IhlKI
M I Wltto tlLI fairly fRlrI and crnudldly c nudId ly dlscuaded dl dloiianod dls dlsCIlJUoIItl
oiianod thu conditions R14 s they tho exist Xl t In InHUH IIIHUliIla hlItaaelu
HUliIla HUH U and taking tnklll It all in all tvtw wo wowor WlWlHt
wor WlHt w ule much plekii jJlt inwll lltt d with wil h the Interview Interviewand luttorIInlld Intrrvlewand
and foul that hotter Minos tlII11 s an coinlim coinlimfor clI1ln clI1lnCII corntngfar
for CII our people there t hurc I notice In sores somopapeiK rilJlIIlIIKjlI sorespaIrrH
papeiK the RtatonJont t that the Inter Interview InINIw tritervisit ¬
view Iw was prompted IlrnlJ lilt by h Russians Hlllltlia 1111 In Inno Innr inlu
lu no d l for nr mont nltnry > y tills lhhll Is iinwnrrnntml iinwnrrnntmltor
fur il + r whUo hl n unquoHtlonalilV groat flimu flimuolors 11ImnWIrt Ilnarurltsr3
olors wore pio IlrUn prnrent ent t at the mooting mootingilioro III1ttI ant + eting etingIlitre n nIIIrl
ilioro w was rls not tho allghtust refuronco refuronconiHiio rlrurtnlIIIIMlh refterenettltadu
niHiio to HituncuM Unano
12 ARE KILLED AND 6 INJURED INJUREDLandslide INJUREDLandilidc INJUREDLandslide
Landslide at t a Quaryy Bury Many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Workmen Beneath Rock RockAllptitowti RockAllr
Allr Allptitowti ntuwo Pa August 18 ISA A imiins imiinsof tIIIUClf marlsof
of ImieMoni luurctu weighing t I hln thousands thol nnd of ofion ofInll4 oftuna
tuna ion slid Si tit from rum n ride lde of the quarry quarryof quarrIf
of Mine A of th oLehlgh I hhh Portland PortlandCement Portll1udtIIIft PortluudI1u
Cement tIIIft I1u nt company at Ormrod at noon noonVodu nuonWIIh noonIYuduesdn
Vodu IYuduesdn hI ln > J Just t tlvo minutes before beforethe blforeUt beforethe
the time tint to quite work workTwyiMitseven wurknt1I workTwyt
Twyt TwyiMitseven nt arv + u mt mon n ware Itf at w virk trk In Intlto Intit inIhu
tlto tit qimrr Only aal wine of the mo got gotaway gutaway ot otaWR
away aWR xnfoly lIrtI four of nf whom escaped escapedby tCllttdb
by b ruHHinic up OM 0 H mast of rock in nilthe inthe 1 1Uet
the opK ollltlltr ltr rid M of n the quarry Th ThromHlntuK Thort ha hartm +
rt rtm romHlntuK + rnatutss hahllc ficlttrtn t + were tC huddled in ina ina
a 1 poe Mt I of I 10 foci ft t I C1t1nro < iiaro and twelre twelreof tw tt ttof
of thorn vrre r ktIh Vtllert d Mini 11x lx tnjurts tnjurtsTwo taJurTo tnjureTo
To of u the latter mt Un t m tnru > die dieAll IHtU dieul
All U of the th men art 11 S SavonJanp who whollvud whoIlvud 110 110Ihut
llvud lu nhuntio ih tlltt rU roee e to Ui the 11 quarry quarryTwo qnurTwo quarryTwo
Two mon In who an saw i a w the hu side of the thequarry thetluarr thequarry
quarry quiver Qtll show1 abtttrt H 1 A t wMruJnc Mruh to tothe tutht tothe
the men lie m n1 w mUluterpreted mUluterpretedthe ml ItrlrtNl ItrlrtNlthr
the call and ul fatted to u move out of the thetone Ulelont thezone
tone of danger anfr uaiti al1 it WM U too to late lateVIth It ItWith
With 1 Hh thuaUvrtMu m hair r the mountain mountainof m4II n nor
of rock fVll eU U HttttlttK tht tnnn A fart fantKing rlItKing fartKing
King and andiperor ndJrperor fP ror Meet MeetNew MretNtw MeetNett
New York Ik Au Auit st IS Au nifrew nifrewi atrrtlrttbutwe
i butwe Nt > utw en n fe bnl utt t + atur tor r Gillian n sad aA Kl KlhMwanl 1i1JJdwan1 hItat hItatbdward >
hMwanl pill Iii t take ko phioe when the klalte UUR UURU Uu Uur
U te r rMurattt turMtM urI houio Uliit + after af r the tI cure cur curMattMNd la laM laltatiotilsad
M MattMNd HoMh 4 ssy says sa s a Time d t pth trh fruit fruitUerltc frutwtteritc hunel1
tteritc l1 rlht The n IMitrrlew tctllrl Is S wiJ t by It the theeorre ItatOCretiODda theearraaou4Mat
eorre OCretiODda t > on eM to It hAt lxs hews a ar orTaajcwl orTaajcwlUirau A1Tan A1TanUU ran 4 4tht
Uirau UU u uab h tan U frlmdlr offteo of Kmpe Kmperor dnipernr p pror
ror Praacia Jo JuaV1lh JuaV1lhI Jtra + titb a
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I FIVER SITUATION SITUATIONEleven SiTUATIONEleven SITUAT1ONEleven
Eleven Cases C i es s Diecjjfired Discty DiscCred red In InMississippi InHissis81ppi t tMississippi
Mississippi Town Towni Town TownI own I ITWO
i TWO DEATHS ARE REPORTED REPORTEDMississippi R RPORTEDI PORTED PORTEDi
i Mississippi Coast Towns Seek to In Increase Increna Ins Inscrease
crease RIgidity of Quarantine QuarantineDr QuarantineDrurteral QuarantineDrdulteraa Dr Drdulteras
dulteras urteral la I to Deliver Ivcr a Lecture on onthe onthe onthe
the Mosquito Question QuestionNew QuestionNew QuestionNew
New Cases so In Now Orleans since sincep C Cp Gp
p m Wednesday Veduesdllyl11 Wednesday1UTotal Veduesdllyl11Totnl 1U 1UTotal
Total cased to date tlnttlllC5 tlnttlllC5Deaths date1165Deaths 11C5 11C5Deaths
Deaths today todI1YTotal 2 2Total 1 1Total
Total deaths deaths17 deaths17A 178 178A
A considerable spread of the yellow yellowfever yeUowfever yellowfever
fever has been lI un shown In the reports reportsI rUI > orts ortsI
I of the past 24 hours 43 new cases casesbeing CtltI casesbeing 8 8Juln
being Juln unearthed lu different localities localitiesIn
In Louisiana and nine in lower Mis MisKlsslppl 111sHlsslpll t18 t18Klaslplll
Klsslppl The last report from Ship ShipIsland Shiplaland ShipIsland
Island quarantine station just outside outsideof I
of Mobile bay Is dated dal d Aug 9 and andshowed uudHhowcd andshowed I I
showed seven new cases ca lS on that day dayUp 1111 1111Up dayUp
Up to Aug 13 thur thus teen cen 18 cas Calidi Calidinnd cabasand s sand
and one death at Ship Island In InNow InNow InNow
Now Orleans tin th situation today was wasfeatureless wasfeutnrelo8s UII UIIreutnrelOtiH
featureless The infection continues continuesto
to spread 8J1rCa slowly Hlowl in the district north northof northor northof
of Canal Can 1 streetGovernor street streetCJovernor HtreutCOVOlllOl
CJovernor Lunhnm of Texas has Is Issued IsSued isstied ¬
sued a proclamation calling attention attentionto
to the quarantine against II alnst the entire entirestate entirestate entirestate
state of l Lutllilana uislana and urging upon uponthe Ul upontho > on ontho
tho people of hl hh state the necessity necessityfor nuceHslt nuceHsltfor
for perfect sanitation The document documentempowers documcntempowor14 documentempowers
empowers the authorities of all Texas Texacities TlXntclUcK Texascities
cities to prevent any nil violation of san sanitary HanHury sansltary ¬
itary regulations of the stata and andmakes antimnlws andsnakes
makes any 111 conflict therewith u penal penaloffuimo IU1II11OrtUIIIO punrtloffunau
offuimo Nut a case of the fever has hasthus hURth hasthus
thus th tI far been refxmt r IIJI1t d + I In Toxna ToxnaNew lo lexadNet tt ttStoW
New Orleans August A IIIII5t 18 18110 rTlae The yel yellow yellaw lI lIluw ¬
low fever ft vor Hituath situation ii was ns featureless rlaturoJ H to today toIIIl today
day IIIl tsxct oxcrpt pt for the explanation of the theillsorrpuucy theIllsart
illsorrpuucy II Illsart orlIIUIIC pnucy III the dettth report rtp < I1llll in tho thepreceding thoIIIC thopreceding
preceding IIIC cltllltt twentyfour t hoods houtlK The Thenumber TheIllnllIhr 1hoIItllnhr
number at noon was give as live At Atfi Atj AtG
fi j oclock It was given as n four Five Fivedeaths Fivedeaths ho hodlulhs
deaths actually Ict Ilk II occurred but the cer certificates ccrlIflcnlts certiticues ¬
tificates In an nl uptown ease were turn turnud turllUII tarnud
ud In after 11f1 1 the record wan closed and andwill ani aniwill andwill
will therefore go o into todays list listmaking 11tlIIukln Ihtnluking
making lIIukln three deaths nuovu nbmu Canal Canalstreet CallullrOlt Canalstreet
street In the laat three weeks weeksSome weoksSOllm weokslSouw
Some of the th Mississippi roost towns townshave townshave JWIIIJ JWIIIJhn
have hn been sewlclng to Increase the rl rigidity rllt1lr rlgidlt ¬
gidity lt1lr > of their tk > lr quarantliiM so as to toprevent toth toprevtut
prevent the th handling of any freight freightfrom trl freightfrom hl hlfrum
from New IW Orlcnits Orh its and to require the thethrough IhethllII thethrough
through thllII h freight to bo carried ca flllll in spe specially spedally lll lllrlnll ¬
rlnll dally Honied H + s1ltrl and fumigated cars carsThe lnr lnrThl vnrsTire
The existence of fever on the coast coasthowever cnnsthntvtr coasthowtver
however may IIn cause a 1 change Ihnn e of heart heartnow IlOart10W heartrow
now that it Is known that that soc soctlon soctlon soction
tlon Is actually RIluRII Infected A move movemont movemonl tuoveemoot
mont was Wl on foot here for an exten extensive extenstye xtenlln ¬
sive flushing of the gutlors which has hasboon hasbltn hasbeen
boon always 111 18 done In yellow tJcrn fever feverHints f feverIlnaH r rfin
Hints fin The health authorities how however howfVtr howsver ¬
ever fVtr art of the th opinion that the th hush1n1 Hush Hushing flushIna ¬
ing 1n1 of gutters will ill leave loa re pooh In Inwhich Inhlrh inw
which w hlrh mosquitoes will hibernate > and andInstead andInstRII andinstead
Instead of fi Hushing lIu41ln the th gutter will 111 hetrened he hetrended hetrtf
trended trtf t with no It h rock salt saltOr snitOr saltPr
Or Juan OultoraK IK 11 to deliver a alecture RItclurf niecturr
lecture on the mosquito and tho expe experiences eXIHrtrnces exp0rtences ¬
riences of Havana IIn nn At a wunanalungue womans womanstongue WUllmnlIlunj
tongue lunj < ul meeting ttln arranged afrAn ed for Friday Fridaynight 1rlda 1rldanlRht Fridaynight
night nightEleven nlRhtEleven nightEleven
Eleven Cases at Mississippi City CityTho City111e CityThe
The announcement of the discovery discoveryof dlcoorof
of a neat w I t of it 11 CAMU of yellow eUcn fever feverut tInt tIntlit
ut MlKilKMppI City within 3 mile of ottulfport ofultkul ofGulfport
tulfport the terminus of the Culf ot otShip orghlp ofShip
Ship Island road and the fact that the thelover thth thelever
lover h r has IH been In n existence exlatnctlwn exlatnctlwnehlc there thereelnce therelace
lace before loort July Jul 20 O the tu time when whenthe wbtntht whenthe
the announcements were wcor made here laexIweted la laexpected I ItXItICttd
expected to soften On n tonwwhat OIlWW hal the se sevure littl sevisa
vure visa tl criticism of Gt3sMestpplsaa fDul11 < M3 > iApi > lan IClDJ of ofSen o oSea ofea
Sea ea Orleans for falling to 0 find the tb lo loe Itscal
e cal il infection earlier fs Uer Before Bator It waknown vra vraknown W3knon +
known tt thud a4 tber + wax fev fter r hero herothwre tUfltbre ieruthre
thwre was U frequent report of the tie ox oxbUuce extateucu
bUuce l of fever on the alf eo NAil t Uwt Uwtthe 4tittae u uUu
the tnttptctltrn infn ctJ > B bftK b hues < n w rlsm rt l Whig Whigthe alowthe WILSUI
the UI coast for a month by the lh Alabama AlabamaMUMsMpPl aMot I IUtMI IMlssls
MUMsMpPl UtMI + ttppl PI ao4t IMI federal autkortUeM autkortUeMthat aritkurltIrtbat aI aItbat
tbat the tli dental of fever ever at a Ml94s MI ita tst tstlit + i rppl rpplCity H Httty
ttty lit nr r lewier f e w WU accepted acceptedThe tcc 1c pie4 pie4The c4 c4Theo
The family Camll In which kJ th t M fev tcor r flr flrappeared first Arstap firstappeared <
appeared ap a at Xll tlsahMIppi Mtppl tppl Cttj CU arrived arrivedthre arrtt arrttt arrtyedthere
there t MJ from Sow Orieea OH a July Julyat Julysad 2 2tad
tad at the be fever ia I stated stat to o kv M bats i h bees ttHDUwMWPI beesIn a aIn
In Ulftiulppi alpc I tlsr tb SOU k The Theftsty Th Thfamily TlUfaU
faU family J tt 0 tt t c of ii Lijor Jor eta oft of I IY
Y
Carrollton Miss 1188 which stopi stopped > ed for uweek u aweek uweek
week In New Orleans on their way to toMississippi toMississippi toMississippi
Mississippi City Thore are now 11 11casea 11cases 11cases
cases only one of which Is seriously seriouslyill
ill
Troops have drawn dr wn a cordon around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the Infected section and every effort effortwill effortwitt effortwill
will be made by b Surgeon Wasdln of ofthe atthe ofthe
the marine hospital bospitaitservice tservice to confine confinethe confinotho confinethe
the disease diseaseAll dlsclUloAll diseaseAil
All the towns on the gulf coast as aswell asweIr aswell
well as the towns on the Gulf and andShip andShip andShip
Ship Island railroadhave railroad have slapped on onquarantines onquarantines onquarantines
quarantinesDisease quarantines quarantinesDisease quarantinesDrsealo
Disease Losing Its Vlruloncy VlruloncyTho
Tho comparatively Insignificant Insignificantnumber Insignificantnumber insignificantnumber
number of deaths here in the last 24 24hours 24hour 24hours
hours at a time whoa it was expect expected ¬
ed that there would be sdaie Increase Increaseover Increaseover increaseover
over the maximum m xlmum figures already re reported reoported rteported
ported made a fine impression on the thelocal thelocnl thelocal
local public confirming tho frequently frequentlyexpressed frequentlyexpressed I
expressed view that the disease is islosing Islo islosing
losing lo rng Its vlmlency In n contact with withmodren withmodren withmodren
modren forms of treatment Of the
19 new ne squares infected 12 are im immediately 1mI 1mmediate Immediately ¬
I
mediately mediate joining squares previously previouslyreported prQvlouslyreported previouslyreported
reported BB a Infected showing slight slightspread slightapread
spread of f the disease diseaseA
A list lis of 18 susoicloua sii otcInua eases reach reached reached ¬
ed d the marino hospital office after afterthe attorthe afterthe
the report closed and were under In Investigation Investlgatlon investlgation ¬
vestigation today todayA
A fine showing was made by the phy physicians physicians physlclans ¬
sicians 47 of the 5C j 1 cases being re reported rooIorted roported ¬
ported from their private practice rRcllcf Ten Tenmore Tenmoro Tenmore
more were reported by the Emergen Emergency Em rgen rgency ¬
cy hospital Twentytwo Twcn tt wo of the cases caseswere C1H3woro caseswere
were In the originally Infected ann aliaOnly annOnly algaOnly
Only five fi t new foci were above Canal Canttlstreet Canalstreet Cannlstrmt
street three adjoining squares already alreadyInfected nlrtud nlrtudInructod alreadyInfected
Infected
Screening All Cisterns CisternsLarge CisternsL1rge CisternsLarge
Large quantities of wire screens are arenow arcnow arenow
now btUnjj brought into the city for the thepurpone thtJJUrpol4 thepurpose
purpose of screening cisterns cl llruY The Thescreen Tillscrn Thescreen
screen scrn n Is so urgently needed that there thereis
is no time tnre to ship 8hl it by U freight and andthe undthlt antithe
the express companies are bringing It ItIn ItIn Itlu
In daily lots of from 8000 to 10000 10000pounds 10000pouuds IoonllOlJuds
pounds Cheesecloth screening tlcro > nlnl was wasa
a temporary makeshift and is not pro provldod 1110lllotl provldud
vldod fur In the city clt ordinance The Thefact Ihlact ihefact
fact act that there is a supply of win winscreen wlrttl wirescoen
screen tl ocn here will enable the tnitthori tnitthoritics lLut1wrl lLut1wrlliCK urthorltier
tics to prosecute successfully lcoCufull all land landlords 1tI1lIlords landlords ¬
lords who disobey 1110hl the ordinance ordinanceThe ordhIUnCfrh ordinanceThe
The rh school authorities here and else olsowhere IIM IIMwlrc elsewhere <
where In I + iuisitina are as yet uncle undecided IIIl1leclllltI unclechied ¬
cided as to w wn wnet net her nor an attempt at telapt will willbu willJu WI I Ibu
bu Ju made to open the t b public school schoolon tiChonlson
on the dates orfginnlly set Their Theirdecisions Theirdecisions rhtlrtloclslong
decisions will b ht determined by 11 tho thocourse thocuurfe thecourse
course which the fever takes wtlhin wtlhinthe tvtlhtnthe llhln llhlnthl
the next 15 or 10 < 0 days daysYellow dft8Yellow daysYellow
Yellow Fever Scare In Brooklyn BrooklynNew Brooklynew BrooklynNew
New ew York August AI u4t 18 8A A yellow uJow fe fever fcVI tover ¬
ver scare was caused In First avenue avenueBrooklyn InonueBrookln avenueBrooklyn
Brooklyn yoBtday URIA tI when a doctor doctorsummoned doctor8ummonul doctorsummoned
summoned to a tenement found John JohnC
C Murphy u laborer violently Iolllntl 111 In Ina Ina Ina
a lucid moment he said ho came from fromPanama frolDPanama fromPanama
Panama a few weeks ago At the Nor Norwegian Norpegian or orchian ¬
wegian chian hospital the physicians agreed agreedthat n agreedthat reeci reecithnt
that Murphy lIrth had a mild case of yellow yel yellow rl rllow ¬
low favor The Th health commission commissionWOK
WOK 18 notified and its It agent reportedthat reported reportedthat fporl fporlthnt
that he found certain symptoms s of ty typhoid tJIhold ty typhoid ¬
phoid malaria and had grave Irn suspi suspicions MIIRplcion susplclans ¬
cions clans tlmt his hi fellow physicians were wereright wereright er errl
right rl ht In their opinion that Murphhas Murphy Murphyhas llIrph llIrphhu
has yellow 110 fiver ft tr Murphy has been beenplaced be Iel1 Iel1ptaced nj njplaced
placed in an isolated ward An effort effortwill errorll errorllwtlt effortwill
will bo In mado to ttnd nd out what hat steam steamer ¬
or brought Jrou hl the man here herePhjpps hNePttlpps herePhippa
Phjpps Plead Not Guilty GuiltyJnvvrnosri GuiltyInlrnnsli GuiltySnvurnosa
Jnvvrnosri Scotland August 18 18Ja 18JaS 18Jay 18JayS Jay JayS
S Philips and Henry Carnegie mfgte PhiliP Phippasons PhiliPSODS PhtppsSons
sons of Hrory Phlppa of PltUburg PltUburgPa Plt bufl buflIa
Pa were Cro formally arraigned arrati ned today loda In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the high bl h court on the charge of shoot shootIns shootIng shootIng
Ing nt salmon Ushers on the Doauly Doaulyriver DtJau1 DtJau1rter I3uaulyrarer
river and pleaded not guilty J1t The Thecae TIafCUll Tiltcase
case CUll was Ira remanded remantf + ed for trial at t Edin Edinburgh IiJnburgh ¬
burgh nr k The defendants coatend that thatthey thatthe that thatthey f
they the merely fired la the th direction et etthe f ftho ctht
the suppo9 InJ11 aupitoaaed il Roacher AcblrJ aa sad ad l had no Idea IdeaCrew tdoAof idoaof
of hIUIAC tMm tMmCrew tbmGreve
Crew Deserts Shunt Shonts Yaoht Yaohtv
y < v 1 V August Auru t IS T P Pwhich rstIot PS1wt
stIot 1toe artr Mar hr > tintlstta tintlsttawkioh
which 31 Iia MI i HI d frets tl1 Mobile lhr three e w awes awesalto Xs XsA4tt bACO
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titbit Utli emft wat fit t over Matln Motet In bar Ita hi t a asutrm asu I
sutrm sw I a Ia aid i at t Carr Carrak abefte i Ha b1 imt it 18for tai taifor ta tator
for r lfti rejNrs j r rI A At < Apaiactilc Iatac a ih ihtire L LUr < It1 It1lire
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I WOMAN ASSAULTED ASSAULTEDBY D DBYLAOK
BY BYLAOK BLACK E EGeorgia RGeorgia m mI
Georgia Ge rgia Mob Huntu > F rpetrator rPer rPerpetrator Viper Viperpetrator ¬
I petrator of Cu CuLYNCHING CuLYNCHING C CI CLYNCHING
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t c cCrime ANful ANfulCrime + Yul YulCrime
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Thomasvllle Ga A Amorning Amornlng
t tmorning
morning at 7 ociuek a aHarty IIHarty xHarty
Harty by name a salsa 1Outze i iOutze IOutze
Outze wife of a you 4111
3 miles south of tow towescape cupescape of ofescape
escapeThe escape escapeThe escapeThe
The negro WHS a T Tand I Iand r rand >
and had worked fur or r u udays I Idl1s i idays
days Mr 1 r Oiitzo 011 t10 w whalf Whill whalf
half hill a milti from his h hwent hwent hi hiwent
went to his residence residencekey rtildlIcfk t tkey
key k to the cotton h ho hhad > i ihad Ihall
had loft his h I coat th tht r rhanded rhandld rhanded
handed him the t keyso key lie lieso 1 1so
so he hI caught hold ut uting ulIng A AIng
ing her he hI accompli accompliThe ucetnrtpl1The
The negro th then u ate ateshotgun to toshotgun I Ishotgun
shotgun from Ilm the kid kidthrough Idlllhrough kit kitthrough
through tho weds wodsAlarmed wedsAlarmed 0115 0115Alnrmoll
Alarmed by h hid hi rift wlfran riftran Ir Irran
ran to the house Ja tl lii liiporaee li lipornte Iipornte
pornte condition Il Ilsee tIsce Iisee >
see the fleeing uegt ne ntt11 ntt11overtako l rovortako lovertake
overtake him himOutzo himOntzo 1m 1mOulzo
Outzo then rode rOil ti tll tlbreakneck > i iIJrealmock I Ibreakneck
breakneck speed for n nito nto I Ito
to Inform the officer officersSheriff officerSheriff ufflcurllSberlf < >
Sheriff TJ T J Might HiXblli1 HiXblli1Ilfl ut utleft nleft
left hero at 880 880In It > < rIn
In a few momonti att dd ddarmed aftrarmed r rarmed
armed men on horn hOI hOIInchlng > t 1lynching tlynching
lynching If the u I1IrO I1IrOtholr < xr xrtheir grit grittheir < >
their hands handsEvery handsEver pandaEvery
Every Ever saddle horr horrwas hOI I IVB lwas
was VB pressed pres ed into aorvi aorvigatiu at trji trjiIatlll rcl rclgatht
gatiu ring at tit th toil toilment enrrmunt 01 I Imcnt
ment In DrOlHt Brondstreet Brondstreetsuit street streetstilt tI11suit < °
suit with the road fl fla i iand a aand
and a till vehicles of every ppr pprIWIII i iROOII I Isutn
ROOII and mot h Ilirhl Ilirhlthl be aria itrltuthe ariathe >
the scene of the crlm crlmThe crlhlThe crinThe
The negro nl r tl tknd < n nd < i In InIn IIIIn isIn
In hiding hldln In tho th wool a aMISSISSIPPIANS IIM aMISSISSIPPIANS
MISSISSIPPIANS M I 55 IS SIP P I AN 5 LY LYHe L LYHe y J JHe
He Murdered a White h hTaken v vTaken Pt PtTaken
Taken From Oft OftI Of11Lkt OffIakt
I 1Lkt ako Oormomnt Mi MiHenry M I i iIItnr iIlunry
Henry IItnr Young Youn the nttkilled ttour ttourkilled N Nkl1lol1
killed Edward K b I plr plrplantatloll It rr rrplantation rrplantation
plantation near Lake LnkoSunday LakeSunday < tSunda
Sunday Sunda was takenrrMi takenrrMiors tnkenlf11 tnkenlf11ors
ors and a deputy and andhis andhis t this
his crime hnnsml l h by byrhe y yThe 1 1Tho
The negro n ro wmfesswl wmfesswlpleaded CUll eua0asetipleaded ffSl1 ffSl1pltaded
pleaded that he ht did didPerry nPerry n nPerr +
Perry Perr a pistol for tlwhich Mi Miwhich I II IIwhich +
which they th wore eont1 eont1having con I Ihalng Ihaving
having exploded The Th Thahout r rabout rabout
about 100 men menYoung monoYoung monYoung
t twhile
Young was DR oapturM oapturMwhile oaptur oapturthlle
while fording rorltln a river to toers torM toers
ers rM house on an aUlan alslaners aUlaner nlIIIIert
er ers and a POMP of i iscouring I1 I1scouring IIIcourln
scouring courln the tb nnmtr nnmtrand nHratryand IItl IItlRnd >
and was notiflwl of tt thtook tttook tttook
took possession po85t F lo of th thrylng thrlng tbrying
rylng with the he noyro noyroTrenton nt 1f 1fTrenton U UTrenton I
Trenton when hllf he tt p pw pwtrain par partrain r rtrain
train for H UNDUJd UNDUJdth roiinrf roiinrfthe r rthe
the th sheriff wa was 841 oonfn oontranon oonfntlon cont conttlon +
tlon by the nw mob 11mbma > b and andmake sadmake
make ma kt an effort at atp re1 re1pewered rt rtpewered +
pewered p wr d and hi kttj K Khim p pn pnhim I Ihim
him The mob th Cn n aBass nBuss i inasa
Buss plantatHw path 1ft 1 1hanged v vhanged rbangd
hanged him to A tre treCaptain tree trfl4JCaptain treeCaptain
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