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ELEVEN EL VEN CENTS CENTSLOWEST CENTSLOWEST i
LOWEST PRICE PRICEAt
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k At Which the Present Cotton Crop CropShould CropShould CrolShould
Should be Sold SoldTHE SoldTHE SoldTHE
THE EDICT GOES FORTH FORTHSouthern FORTHt FORTTLttt
Lttt
t Southern Cotton Association Officials OfficialsAdopt OIffci Of ffeial ffeialAdopt 1s 1sAdopt
Adopt Declaration at Conference Conferencein
in Asheville AstuvilleAt
I IAt I
At Thursday nights session l3e slon of the theSouthern liuSouthern i iSouthern
Southern Cotton Association In con convention convenUon conventlon ¬
vention at Aflhville a minimum price priceof
of 11 cents was established estlbll eata bllabed hed for th thincoming the theIncoming thelIKOmlng
Incoming cotton cro craps This action was wasreached walreached 8S 8Sreached
reached after a four hours struggle strugglein
in the minimum price committees committeesroom
room during the afternoon and ajoint a aJoint ajotnt
Joint secret conference of the com committee comnltteo corn1nltteo ¬
mittee and the general committee at atthe atthe a athe
the night session sessionIt
It was a contest in which growers growersspinners growersplnners growersspinners
spinners manufacturers and brokers brokerswere brokerswere brokorswere
were Involved and one in which the thecombined thecombined thecombined
combined influence of all these ele etcmenns elements elements ¬
ments was brought into play in and andout nndout andout
out of the meetings which preceded precededthe
the work workAfter workAtter workAfter
After the announcement of the es estimate estlmate estimate ¬
timate of the crop yield of 1995 and
1906 the fight narrowed down to two twofactions twofacUousone twcfactionsone
factions facUousone one holding for 10 12 cents centsand centsnnd centsGrid
and the other for 11 cents notwith notwithstanding notwltstanding notwitustanding ¬
standing the fact that an outside ele element el elment elewent ¬
ment clamored for 12 cents Some ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the growers were inclined to the opin opinIon oplnIon opininn
Ion that the unexpectedly short yieldcrop yield yieldcrop 1ehl 1ehlcrop
crop report would have a tendency tendencyto
to push the minimum to 12 cents centsbut centsbut centsbut
but It wan wa known that these predic predictions predlctlons predletions ¬
tions would not be fulfilled when theprice the theprice theprice
price committee emerged from Icacaucus its itscaucus 1tscnucus
caucus at 645 645We 645We 645We
We have labored like a mountain mountainand
and brought forth a mouse said oneof one oneof oneor
of the committeemen The conserv conservatives conserveatives conservatives ¬
atives win winThe winThe winThe
The summary of the cotton crop of o
190506 as reported by the statistical statisticalcommittee statlsticalcommittee statisttcacommittee
committee of the Southern Cotton CottonGrowers CottonGrowers CottonGrowers
Growers Association is as follows followsProduction fo11oW5Production followsProduction
Production 9588133 bales percen percentage percentage percentage
tage of condition as compared < with withlast wIthlnst withlast
last year 733 and compared with thegmernments the thogovernments thegovernments
governments estimate of 721 Theyield Tho Thoyield Thoyield
yield Is regarded as exceedingly small smallas
as from ten to ten and a half mil million ml1l1n mttk ¬
lion k n bales were expected expectedAfter expectedAflr oxpectedAfter
After the minimum price commit committee
tee made its report the association associationproceeded associationproceeded associationproceeded
proceeded to take up routine business businessIt
It developed during the course of the theevening thevelling theevening
evening that there will be no revision revisionof
of the constitution of the association associationby
by reason r on of the tact that due notice noticehad noticehad noticehad
had not been given girenPresident gi giPl givenPresident
President Pl ldent Jordan appointed Hickey Hickeyof
of Texas Maxwell of Louisiana LouisianaBrown LouisianaBrown LouisianaBrown
Brown of North Carolina Love of Ar Arkansas Arlmnsas Arkansas ¬
kansas and 1 Erwin of Tennessee to toserve tofcrre toserve
serve on the finance noau < C committee The Theassociation TheIssclatlon Ther
r association before adjourning for the theday theda theday
day da decided to accept the th Invitation Invitationof
of the citizens of Waynesvllle to visit viaitthat visitthat visitthat
that city 1tJ SaturdayMORE Saturday SaturdayMORE S3turdayMORE
MORE BUBONIC PLAGUE VICTIMS VICTIMSDread VICTIMSDre VICTIMSDread
Dread Dre d Black Asiatic Scourge Continues to toproad topro toproad
proad pro d in Germany GermanyAn erm ny nyAn
An official bulletin Issued at Ber Berlin BerlIn 13erIln ¬
lin announces that fifteen new cases caseaof Mesor
of cholera and six deaths were re reported reportcd reported ¬
ported during the twentyfour hours hoursending hourIPIldinK hennaending
ending at noon Thursday ThmB d a making atotal a atotal atotal
total of 105 cases and 32 2 deaths deathsBerlin deathsBerUn deathsBerlin
Berlin Is placarded with scarlet pos posters postorB posators ¬
ters exhorting householders to see seethat seethat seethat
that their garbage Is promptly re removed romoTcd removed ¬
moved and that their premises are arekept arek arekept
kept k pt clean cleanMAYOR cteantlAYOR cleanMAYOR
MAYOR FOUGHT BY COUVCL COUVCLRepublican COUVCLRepublicans L LRepubfican
Republican of 0 Philadelphia Make like NewMove New NewMove NewMove
Move In Attach Atla on Wearer WeiverSelect We WearerSelect r rSelect
Select council of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThursday Pbl1adelphlnThJrfllla PhflatlelphlnThursday
Thursday adopted a resolution rC tutlon de demanding demnndlnlt domantling ¬
mantling from the various city dt de departments depArtments dopartmente ¬
partments all data concerning remov removals rlmoIdR removula ¬
als and resignations from office and andCpnointments anrtppolntmcnts andcppotnmenta
Cpnointments thereto with reasons reasonnand resaODAnnl reasonsand
and nnl directing cllr tJng the city comptroller not notto rotto notto
to honor warrants for salaries unless unlessthe tJncs tJncsthe unlCSsthe
the presenter r shall first be h confirmed confirmedJn
In his bl appointment by select coun council councU councif ¬
cil
PUBLIC PRIVUR DISCHARGED 015CIhRGEOPalmer DISCHARGEDPalmer DI CHRGDPelmer
Palmer Refused to Rr Rign iqn and i ia Fired Firedby Firedby rirdby
by President RootlvrllPreuident KoowvHt KoowvHtPresident HooN HooNPrcKldent
President Roosevelt Frday after afternoon afterf1 ¬
f1 noon took summary action In the case caseof caseof caset
t of Frank W V Palmer public printer printerand I Iand
9 and head of the government printing printingoffice printingoffice
I IJrnce
office at Washington by b removing removinghim
him from glBce QIAceLast glBceLast ce I
Last Monday Mond the president direct directcd
cd d MT Palmer to send to him hi hiresignation his irealgnaUon I Ircallnatlon
> resignation to take effect on the 15th 15thinstant j jinstant instan
instant nstan but the order was ignored I
I
Muscular Mu cular Lancashire Maids MaidsTho MaidsThe MaidsThe
The maids of Blackburn are mall making wakIng malllug ¬
ing a supremo effort In regard to the thedevelopment thedeeloment th thdevelopment
development of tho race raceThey racefhe raceThey
They fhe have organized a club under underthe undertbe undethe
the name of The Blackburn and Dis District D Dtrlct Dstract ¬
tract Ladles Natural Health Society Societyand Societyand
and they have a membership of about aboutforty abouttorty abouforty
forty fortyTho
Tho society said the secretaryalms secretary secretaryalms secretaryalms
alms at the development of a purer purerand purerBnd pureand
and nobler womanhood and man manhood mnnheed manhcod ¬
hood hoodThe heedThe hcodThe
The specific objects objc ts of the club clubare clubnre clulare
are areTo To discourage tho wearing of cor corsets corsets corsets ¬
sets to discourage the unnecessary unnecessaryphysical unnecessaryphslcal unnecessarphysical
physical weakness of women to pro promote promote premote ¬
mote the consideration of the health healthquestion healthquestion heatquestion
question to clutlvato a propopride proper properpride prOIJerpride
pride regarding rc ardlng the care of thebody tho thobody thobody
body to discourage prudery and andIgnorance andIgnorance am amignorance
Ignorance regarding re ardlng vital physical physicalfacts phslcalfacts physicafacts
facts to foster a love for outdoor out outdoor outdoor ¬
door exercise as a means to de develop develop dovelop ¬
velop health and strength and to die discourage dlscournge diecourage ¬
courage the use of tobacco and Intoxlcants Intoxl Intoxicants IntoxlI ¬
cants among malo friends and ac acquaintances acqualntlnce acqualntances ¬
I
quaintances quaintancesAll
All young oun unmarried girls residing residingin residinIn
I in Blackburn and district are eligibifor eligible eligiblefor
for membership provided they tho sub subscribe subscribe sulscribe ¬
scribe to the principles of the society societyA
A field has been rented by b the club clubfor clubtor clulfor
for the purpose of engaging In out outdoor outdoor outdoor ¬
door sports and an instructress in ingymnastics IngymnarUcs It Itgymnastics
gymnastics has been engaged to take takethe takothe lakthe
the members in hand in the winter wintermonths winterm01thR wincemonths
months It Is proposed to establish establisha
a library of books on all matters ap appertaining appertaining p ppertatnlng ¬
pertaining to physical culture health healthand healthand healtland
and hygiene hglenoIondon London Dally Express ExpressTaking ExpressTnklno ExpressTaking
Taking His Turn TurnTho TurnThe TurnThe
The olTer Cay n as I was valklnj valklnjalong fmlklnalong rralkinlalong
along I almost ran into the arms of ofone otone o oone
one of my myoId old parishioners from a aparish aI r rparish
I parish in the north of Yorkshire Ho Howas Howas HIteas
was in gala dross and looking radiant radiantly ¬
ly I happy and pleased with himself himselfHalloa himselfHalton himselfHallow
Hallow Mr Blank I said In greet greeting greetlug reet reetIng ¬
ing my friend and what are you do doIng doIng doins
Ing In town Oh said he a bit bitbashfully bItI hitbtsttfully
I bashfully Ise on me honeymoon honeymoonDear hone moon moonD
Dear D ar me Thats Interesting news newsI
I sold and J am sure I congratulate congratulateyou
you OU heartily But where is tho thobride thobrhl1 thtbrido
bride
Tmlssust said he oh sh shcouldnt she shecouldnt shoI
I couldnt come Her H r mother was tak taken taken takon
en bad on tweddlng day and she shehad shehad sh shhad
had to go and nurse her son southowt 80 1 1thowt 1thowt
thowt Id come > honeymoonln hone moonln by 11 my mysol 01 01I mysel
sol Ye see sir It was 8S tchunce of ofa orn of ofa
I a lifetime and I warnt gain to miss missit mlsilSu mistttSuburban
it ttSuburban lSu Suburban urLan Vicar Ifir In Tit TltDUa TltDUaINS TItDltsI Dlts DltsINS
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INS l S AVP A 11 HUTS HUTSWhnts npTSWhntq 1TSWhats
Whnts that t at noise asked the vial visitor vhltor vialtor ¬
tor I 1hp t p npnT Itl1ntrnnnt apntm > t nnt nt house housen houpeTirphihiv houFeMPtn
MPtn Tirphihiv n ollh1 1hl pom one In the den denlists dentt dertlsts
lists tt ts rnprrn + on the floor oor below bet bettlnr hettInt heytlnr
tlnr n troth out fold F id d the host hostRu 110stURII hostRue
URII Ru It yppms to como from the theAh thenon theOOll
non nbnve nbnveAh lO lOAn
Ah then t pn Its prnhnhly the Ponleyn Ponleynr Pon1p Pon1Py1h 11 111h
1h r b erttfng s n tooth in InPhl1lCt41 InPhl1lCt41hln Phllad l lphla
phla > hln Press PressMaking PrcsSMalng PressMaking
Making Child Linguists LinguistsA
A new method of teaching Ian Ianpuaprs IanruafH Ianruairs
puaprs by 11 interchanging IntC chan lnE children betwoej be betwoet hetwoea
twoej different countries Is I being beingpnpiHurlred beingI beingpopuarlred
pnpiHurlred by b an institution which whichhas whichhap whichhas
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has its hcndqunrtnrs In Paris ParlnSir Parlfotr ParisStr
Sir Oliver Lodge has adopted this thisrrthpd thIstrthCd thistrthud
rrthpd oT teaching his children childrenFrench childrenFrench childrenFrench
French by h rxchinplng > them for A lim limited 11mIteet llmIted ¬
ited iKrlnd with members of the fart tanfly family fartItv ¬
fly of M TonlMathleu Tonl Mathleu the director directorof
of or the society societyIn
I In its it first year lnr the society Rorlet hasbeen has hasboon haRI
I boon the moans of exchanging nefewer no nofewer noI
I I fewer than eightyeight ehht elght children and andyoung anllI andyoung
I young Olln people fI ollle between families In InEngland Ini InEnglund
i England France Germany and AustrigLnntlon Aus Austria Augtrlnt ¬
tria trlnt trigLnntlon London nclon MallSTRONGER Mall MallSTRONGER MntlI
I
I STRONGER THAN MEAT MEATA
I A Jute Opinion of flrnp OUlpNnl OUlpNnlI Nnll NnllA
I A plitliinan who h has n acquired u Ju Judicial JU11dlll indlelitl ¬
dicial turn of mind from experience xIIlrln onthe on onthe ontJIC
the bench out In the Sunflower State Rtateawrites Statewrites tat tatI tatwrl
I writes wrl t IS a rnrrftilly considered opinion opinionas
as to the value of Grllll GrapeNuts Ntlts utR an food foodKor footlHIII foodIiifuys
HIII HIIIFor Iiifuys IiifuysFur
For tho past Illst five 11 years IlIrH Jrnpi rllpl Nuts Nutshas uts utshilt utshat
has iHiti a prominent feature in our ourhill ourhili
hill of CI faro faroTilt1 fllrCTh furCho
Tilt1 Th iTlsp food w with iIi the th delicious deliciousnutty Ilc1IC11I1I8t1t1tt dellrl3nsnatty
nutty t1t1tt flavor 111 lr IIIIK become an IndlKponsu IndlKponsuble indispe u4a u4ablP
ble nPtsslty iiecoHnlty 1I1 IIIt In my III familys everyday everydaylife
life lfl
It linn proved to bo 1 most healthful healthfulnnd
I and n nel IhMiolklnl and lias hll II enabled NUl hle < l us to topractically toprjUtlcIIII toprirvtlngY
practically abolish pantry and Ales Alesfrom ll JlIei s sfrom
i from our table for ur the children prefer preferCiiapiNuts preferGrupe
CiiapiNuts GrIlJH Nuts utlC and IIftC do not crave erll rich and andun undUllwJIOICltllllH anduntvh3IP3nu
un wholesome food foodUrapeNuts fendarrtpe
UrapeNuts arrtpe 1uts keeps u WI all In perfect perfectphysical VMfectplltllcnl perfectphySlnl
physical condition cunditlonus us u preventive of ofdlseasv ofdlse11Fe
dlseasv It Is heyond value vu ulu Inc t have 111 been beenparticularly hC1f1lIurtlcnJarl benpnrtlenlarly
particularly ImpresMMl 1IIIIIrNI < ICl by II the beneIlrlniPfTI1M beneficial beneficialeffect hel1ftJcolulcrrcCtIC
effect of SrapeNutH rrtlle 111ts when used by bylailUK hJ1I111h byInilirs
lailUK who are troubled vt with Ith fareblPtnlshew face faceblemishes fnpbltlnllchcH
blemishes fkln eruptions etc It Itclears ItclpnrH ItciPnra
clears up the th complexion wonderfully wonderfullyAR
AR 11 to Its nutritive qualities my ex expelencc fXllIwl expcienee
pelencc llIwl IB that one moll dfsh of Crape CrapeNut GntxTilts <
Nut Tilts t i Is superior to u pound of meat meatfor 11111 meatfor t tfor
for breakfast which 1 II nn Important Importantconsideration ImportuntconfCh1eration Importantconsideration
consideration for any UU one It natlsflethe natlsfle It4thl sat1snestime lI lIUlf
the appetite and strengthens the pow power power ¬
er of resisting fatigue while Us use Inwolves In Involves ¬
wolves 01 V II none of the disagreeable conse consequences roo cooAegnences iew iewqunceJII ¬
quences that sometimes follow a meat meatbreukfnst lDeatbreukfmlt neatbreakfast
breakfast Name given hcn by b Postuta PostutaCo
Co ItattlcCreek Hottle Crlek Mich MiebTheres MichTheres UcbTl1rrc
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Print andProsper andProsperSee and
See John Q Collins CollinsAbout About Your Job Printing PrintingEverything PrintingEverything J JI
Everything I New and Uptodate in Machinery and Type the BestGrades Best BestGrades BestGrades
Grades in Paper and Card Stock and the Best Inks with Men who whoKnow whKnow whoKnow
Know Mow to Use Them These Theseessentfals essentials assures the the f Best resultsTry results resultsTry resultsTry
Try us
All Work promptly done when promised We never disappoint you youCOLLINS yourCOLLINS OUt OUtCOLLINS
COLLINS JOB PRINTING OFFICE OFFICECALL Tel Telephodtne p Bzlding BzldingCALL dlng dlngCALL
CALL PHONE SEE AND GET US
FEVER SPREAD SPREADIN
I IIN
IN PENSACOLA PENSACOLANew PENSACOLAI I
New Cases Develop Despite Heroic HeroicPreventive HeroicPrevcntive HeroicPreventive
Preventive Work of Citizens CitizensBETTER CitizensBETTED I IBETTER
BETTER AT NEW ORLEANS ORLEANSUnited
United States Government Steps inand in inand inand
and Takes Hand in Enforcement Enforcementof I Iof
of Quarantine Regulations RegulationsNine I INine
Nine new cases and one death is isthe Isthe Isthe
the yellow fever record for or Pensa Pensacola Pensacola Pensacola
cola Fla 1 < la Monday concluding at six sixoclock sixoclock sixoclock
oclock when the various physicians physiciansworking physlclanswOlklng physiciansworking
working In conjunction with tho thostate thostate thestate
state board of health made their ra raports rooports roports
ports suspicious or doubtful cases casesnumber casesrlmtJer casesrumber
number about twelve twelveThe twelveThe twelveThe
The one death was that of A AWolfburg AWolf AIVolfburg
Wolfburg Wolf tll vice Ice consul of Norway Norwaywho Norwaywho orwa orwawho
who died Her a brief Illness Ho Howas HoW Huvat
was W lI taken ill 11 five days since and anddid nnddid anddid
did not call In a physicIan h81 < lnll tho case casebeing casuhllng casebeing
being located by b Inspectors A post hostmortem postmortem lOSImortem ¬
mortem examination revealed the fnCl fnCltliat fnCtt
tliat t at he had dl lied d of yellow 110 fever of the thomalignant U10mOlt themost
mOlt malignant type tyjicCitizens tjJeClt typeCitizens
Citizens Clt IZtns have ha vc been called upon to totho to1ttSHt toassist
assist lift i hyslcians th 81Ins and appoint a are areIIct re relief relief
lief committee committeeUncle < ommtteeUncle ommttecUncle
Uncle Sam Takes a Hand HandThe HandT HandThe
The T e United Staton StRt tI marine hospital hospi hospital h08111tn1 ¬
tal service hu hUH taken a hand In the thequarantine tltJJfluamntlne thegttarantlne
quarantine situation and according toa to ton ton
n letter roeved re eld In Atlanta Monday Mondayby
by b the Georgia Gn Ia state board of health healthhis health111R healthhis
his issued weeping Instructions proventing pre preventing prlilntlllg ¬
venting ntlllg passengera from points In Infected Infect intected ¬
fected fect cd with Ith yellow cllow fever from stop stopping atu1p1ng stopping ¬
ping anywhere nnwh lc In the territory east eastand OJ1stand eastanti
and south of a line drawn from fromWnHhlngton fromWnghlngto1 from1Vnshington
WnHhlngton D C through throu h Char Charlottefivllle Chnr1ottc6vl1le Charfottesvllle
lottefivllle Danville Charlotte Spar Spartanhurg Spartanhurg Spartanhurg
tanhurg Atlnntn Anniston the Tenncssoe Ten TenncBHOe Tenr1f
ncBHOe r1f e rlvi rlvur r Vlnrcnncs id Ind St StLouis SlIollis StLouis
Louis and thence t h < l1ce to the Arkansas ArkansasMate A Arkansasstate rknni8 rknni810itatc
Mate line lineThe lIncThl lineThe
The Geogla G Gecl > I g1a la state board of health healthis
is I request to have Its Inspectors Inspectorsnotify InHpeltornotlf Inspectorsnotify
notify notlf all pjHFongers from yellow fo fever folr fover ¬
ver lr points of this quarantine regula regulation rcgulalion regulation ¬
tion Noire Is al nine o given that gov government governn1lnt gover ¬
ernment er Inspectors have been bl < n appoin appointed ¬
ted to enforce this thl rule and thatpenalties that thatpenalties thotpellnlllcH
penalties play be Incurred for its itsviolation 1111violation Itoviolation
violation violationTho
Tho terrlory Indicated as south of ofthe otIh ofthe
the Ih line IIn < In question CJl1l tlon Is all regarded regardedas
as Infective In flC1 Jljh territory and for that thatreason t thatreason hn t treason
reason the murine hospital hO Jlltal service ncrvlcnpropones HervlnpropORes serviceproposes
propones to tl prohibit persons p < JrflClnR who whohave whohave whohave
have been exposed to yel yellow yellow cl cl10w ¬
low fever from entering this section sectionuntil Kl sectionuntil < tlon tlonI1nt11
until the p > olnt lnt where such Infectionexists Infection Infectionexists Infectioncxhlls
exists Is free of the disease diseaseGood dllnslI IfsenseGood
Good Report for New Orleans OrleansThe Orlcanlrhe OrlcansThe
I
The repot of no deaths In New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleanR
Orleans Monday the first time since sincetho Rlncethe sincethe
the announcement of tho presence presenceof
of the fever on July 21 when hrn con contrasted contrasted on ontrasted ¬
trasted with wll II tho record of JSIS H 8 pre presents preyenta ¬
I yenta If nts quite a coincidence IWWUIHC IWWUIHCSeptember 1IcauscI lucauseSeptember
September Jl J 1 JS78 was the record recordday r recordday > cord cordcIa
I day cIa for deaths during that epidemic jJlciemlcno
90 being recorded Algiers reports reportsseven flporhlloven reportsseven
seven of th new canes C HR Of the m nOrocl not notfoci > tf tffoci
foci only onl IAO t MI 0 are above Canal streetFour street streetFour slrcetFour
Four are n Algiers AlgiersDr
Dr Whit WhltJ has given out the com component comfommt cornponent
ponent para of the new ctilclrlde ctilclrldewhich cuicirldewhich tildeIdewhich
which will IIf h unod hmafler In fu fumlagtlon rumlagtlon fumiagtion
mlagtlon the th discovery of which wan wanannounced WaRa wasanouaced
announced a Saturday atur < ln It Is I composed composedof
of equal rants of crystal cr tal carbolic carbolicacid larholloacid carbolicacid
acid and gum camphor and three threeounces thrctJounce threeouncea
ounces will Ill he sufficient to thorough thoroughly thoroughfumlgate ¬
ly fumigate 1000 cubic feet ofspace of ofpaco
space Ho advises against Us use useby tl useby O OII
by II citizens generally cnerall on account of ofdanger ofdanRer ofdanger
danger In handling It and Is having havinghis
I his forces thoroughly educated In Its ItsIIBC ItsIfie itsuse
use before they the will 11I be b entrusted entrustedwith entrustedwith
with itThe It ItThe ItThe
j
The most interesting I tcr 8UnJ feature of thecountry the thecountry Iheollntry
country news was th the > report from fromthe fromi tramthe
i the health fuser fnh r of St John parish parishof
of the existence of ajout twentyflve twentyflverapes twcntyOv8R
I rapes a at Mons r n 1 lumtlor town In Inthat InI inthat
I that pariah and his b statement that thattho thattho thatthe
tho patients were not being properly properlycared proper properrucd properlycared
cared for rind that they lbo had been beonconcealing beenconeeaHn boonconcealing
concealing rfo illness Ho has taken takencharge takencharge takencharge
charge of o things there and reported reportedthree reportedthree reportedthree
three now cases
SERIOUS AT A PENSACOLA PENSACOLANew
New Fever Cases Increase in West WestFlorida W WestFlorida cst cstFlorida
Florida City CUyThe The Situation Situationat
at Other Infected Points PointsFridays PointsFrldns PointsFridays
Fridays yellow el1ow over record In InPcnincola Inp1nfMcota InPensacola
Pcnincola Fin showed a big In Increase Incrcase Increase ¬
crease of new cases over any previ previuus peIuus prevtQua
uus day since the outbreak outbreakRoports ou outbreakRoorts break breakRf
Roports Rf rls of o physicians up to G 6cclrck Gcclfck 1 1Gclfclt
cclfck p m pave ave eleven now cases casoaand casclInnd casesand
and one death All of the now cases caseaare cascaar casesare
are ar traceable to the original foci Oi Oiinfected 0 0Infecled oInfected
infected district but are scattered scatteredjvbout scatteredout acattoredabout
about out toe city cityThe cityThe
The situation is now no regarded aa aaserious nstierlou3 asserious
serious as a number of doubtful cases atseahire caseshive C3alS11e
hive Also been discovered The one onedeath unod onedeath
death d Rth was that of C P Winters of ofIlnrrison ofHarrison ofIforrhon
Harrison Ohio who was formerly a asoldier asoldier aaodlpr
soldier at Fort Barrancas but who whosecured whotJtcurpd whosecured
secured his discharge a week since sincetnd sincend sinceInd
tnd nd came to the city cityVlckaburg cityVicksburg cityVlcksburg
Vicksburg Fumigates FumigatesThere FumigatesThere
There wure no new cases ies of yellow yellowfever yeUowfoer yellowfever
fever nor deaths jn n Vicksburg Miss MissFriday MissFrolD MissFriday
Friday From 10 a m until a late latehour latohour latehour
hour in the afternoon almost every everybusiness overyiHlRlncls everybusiacss
business house In the city was closedtht closed closedthe
the day having been set apart forgcnoral for forgeneral
general fumigation This work was wasthrough waatrough wasthrough
through nearly 100000 pounds of ofsulphur ofI ofsulphur
I sulphur having been burned burnedNew burnedI burnedNew
New Infection at NatchezTwo Natchez NatcherTwo
I Two new fever cases In Natchez Natchezshow NnlchezI Natchezshow
show that secondary infection Inf tlon has hasappeared haRaJpcrtcd hasappeared
I appeared The patients are white whiteunys whileS whiteunyS
unys S living In the same neighborhood neighborhoodas
as the original infection though three threeblocks thrcoI threeblocks
I blocks apart Ono of the boys was wasittken wasaken wasnken
ittken sick and instead of going ong homo homowent homoWllIt homewent
went to the emergency omcr enc hospital This Thismakes Thismakes fhlsmnko
makes throe thr o cases under trcatmenFever trcatmen treatmentFever trcatmenFewer
Fever Situation In Mississippi MlstlcalpplThe
Tho Mississippi M Itt IHflIPI1 yellow fever eCT sum sumnrary summlr summu
nrary mlr up to Friday night was W S as 8 fol follows folowa follows ¬
lows owa Gulfport five new cases no nodeath nodCltp nodeathp
death MlBBlsElppl 1IsHI elpp City no now nowcasts nowC1SIN nowctSts
casts no death Natchez three new newcases nowcar newcares
cases car R and two now subfoci sub focl making makingi maklnJtotal
i total of seventeen cases and flvo flvofoci fiofoci fivofoci
foci to date Vicksburg Pearlington Pearlingtonand
and Handsboro report no new casesAlabama cases casesAlabama casesAlabama
Alabama Bart Florida FloridaState FloridaStata FloridaState
State Health Officer W V H San Snnlore 8nnclers Sandora
lore of Alabama AIA 1ma authorizes the an announcement announClm annnuncement ¬
nouncement nounClm nt that ho has put on an anAlabama InI anAlabama
I Alabama qitnrantlne Against the en entire eni onlire ¬
i tire sttt state < c of Florida which goes intoeffect Into Intoeffect I II
I effect at once onceThe InOI niceIhe
I The state 8t ato health henl th officers action Is Istaken Istaken
I taken ire rays because of the largely largelyIncreased tarloyInc largelyIncreased
Increased Inc atwII number of new cascw down downin
in tho th < report from Pcnsacola PcnsacolaRefuted pensacolaI ensacolaRefused
I Refuted Permission Permll lon to Land LandA
I A Tallahassee dispatch di path says < Tho Thosteamer Thotteompr Thesteamer
steamer Tarpon plying between Pen Penwcolfl Pengacola I Iqaoll
wcolfl Apainchlcola and Carrahelle CarrahelleFin I II
I Fin Ia has been refused permission to toland toInnd toland
land at the two last named name placer placerMoved placerliovetl
Moved by a telegram from State StateHonJth Soto11I81th Satoflealth
HonJth omctr Porter apprising nl rlftlng him himof himof I
of the fact Governor Droward wiredIhl wired wiredihv
the aunorltles of the two towns that thattho thatIhe thatthe
the Tarpon had not been In Pens Pensacoin Penscota Peneacola
coin harbor ilnce f August 29 referred referredthem referredI referredthfm referredthem
I
them to the law la forbidding the quarantining quar quarantining QuarnUnlng ¬
antining of the town within the tate ntatournlnpt stateagainst tatealCnlnllt
against another without permission of oftho oftllp ofthe
the state board of health and asked askedthem RflkedH askedthem
them H < m to act with the state healtantthorillee hcaltn hcaltnauthorities hcaltnnllhorlllel
authorities authoritiesIncrente nllhorlllelIncrcile ntthorilleeIncrease
Increase at New OrleansThere Orleans OrleansThere orlcanhro
There wore fJre fortyfour new cases casesand rasenand nRe nReand
and four deaths In New N > w Orleans Fri Friday Irdl 1rday ¬
day dl There Is II no accounting for the thejump theJump thejump
jump In the record except > XCI l possj possjbv possilily
I
bv the fact that physicians ph lClanK have havelately hnoIltfly havelately
lately been bc n reporting more positive positivecases ixsitivomacs
cases ltRC and less suspicious cases IICfl Theonly The Theonly TheanI
only anI now n folnt of Infection In tho thocountry thocOl1ntr thecountry
country reported during tho day was wasby washy wasby
by Dr Urndy who discovered a nestof nest nestof ncstof
of twelve cases on Woodlawn plan plantation plancation ¬
tation 20 miles below bet ow New Orleanti OrleantiI
I 1 vorhjr torh r ratio r f two miles below belowOther j jOhrr I IQlhf1r
Other country reports were wereJefferson wereJefferson I IJtrrer
Jefferson Jtrrer on Parish Konner Ave Avenro 0 fivenrod I
nro nr Hnnann City It two cases Ha Bayou BayouIehols yon oOIlNlrhohl yonNleholiw
Nleholiw Oaratarla county one case caseSt < fUJcSt arseSt
St Mary Mar Parish Parl ParishPatterson hJ Patterson cloven clovennow cloennpw clovennew
now rose < no death ftayoti yoU Donut Boouffour Doouffour Donutfour
four cases Riverside Plantation has hashail ha hahad hashad
had 180 cases to date and onc seven sevendeaths 8e01lIIathR sevendtathL
deaths Tnllulah seven cases lAke IjikeProvidence lAkeProvidence lakeProvidence
Providence seven case caseSt C081St casesSt
St Charles Parish PariKhSt St Rose two twodeathsjYjPattcrson twodeat4 twoleathayPattorson
deat4 deathsjYjPattcrson P tt nlon plantation one oneeasel onecue onecase
easel easelMlsalulppi cue
cuejlll8llppr Mlsalulppi Oulport Gulf port five now nowcascu nowcascy nowcaeeu
cascu Natchez I three now c cases ee An Anffullla AnCUUJa Anrullla
ffullla near Rolling Fork one new newcaae newcue newcase
I
cue
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TELEPHONE NO 121 121MARTIAL 121MARTIAL 171MARTIAL
MARTIAL RULE IN TOKIO TOKIORioting TOKIORotlng TOKIORioting
Rioting in Japnes Ja Qns Capital Continues ContinuesOfcials ContinuesOfficials s sOffclats
Officials Attaked and Christian ChristianChurches ChristianChu ChristianChurches
Churches Chu chcs Burned BurncdAdvkes BurnedAdvices BurnedAdvlc
Advices Advlc cs frcm rem Toklo Japan state statothat statelhnt statethat
that an imperial 10111 < rol ordinance has been beenissued been1881Ill beenissued
issued cstiulshlng marlal law In To Toklo ToIda
Ida 1 < 10 Disorder was a resumed Wednes Wednesday 1Vedneaday Vednesc1t ¬
day c1t nielli 1 nib li Itt A mob burned and destroy destroyed
ed ton Chr et jin ln churehca and one onemission anomlfslon onentieson
mission house school schoolGeneral schoolkmcrnl schoolGeneral
General Sakuma commander of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Toklo garrson glrr on has issued a proc proclamation proclamatlon prosmutation ¬
mutation warn warnnq the > ropulaco nglanot agianstdsordo nglanotdisorder oglnnatdRolle
disorder disorderU dRollett
U Is reported rcpo c1 that them was OS riot riotIng rIotIng riotlug
Ing Wednesday at Chiba a town with witha
a population < m of 20000 20 miles cast castof C3stof eastof
of Toklo Tho protectorate building buildingnnd
and tho court house are reported reportedburned reportedburned reportedburned
burned The government has stipend stipendod
od the further publication of Tho ThoNlrolu ThoNlrol ThoNirolu
Nlrolu u a ncvsui nc lilCr > er ipublshod > ubl sh d In iiiTokio InToklo InToklo
Toklo fxM fxMAmerican t tArerlcan b bAmerican
American Party Menaced i iI I I1C II
1C I H Harriman president of the thffSouthern thaSouthorn theSouthern
Southern Pacific railroad who Is inTokio in inToklo InToklo
Toklo on a pleasure trip has been beenthreatened beenthreatened beenthreatened
threatened and the Marquis Ito pres president plsIdcmt presIdonl ¬
ident of the privy lr council has been beenntcxiod beenptcrtotl
ntcxiod by mobs Neither elth of them themwere themwcre themwere
were InjuredTho Injured InjuredTho Injuredrhe
Tho Harrlman party had an excit exciting cxcitIn excftlag ¬
lag In experience Wednesday WodnQ day night nightwhile bightwhile nfgbtwhl1
while attending and returning from froma
a dinner given by Baron Sono ne minis minister minister ¬
ter t of finance t Cr C r W V Q Lyle and andJ aul aulJ
J J C Knight were caught In a crowd crowdon
on their way wa to the dinner and were werostoned werestoned ero eroHloncI
stoned stonedAfter HloncIAfter stonedAfter
After tho dinner was over a n de detachment dotaehment ¬
tachment of soldiers escorted the par party party
ty back to the legation A crowd crowdstopped crowdatoppod
stopped R W Schwerln Sch w < rln vice presi prestlent president presidont ¬
dent of the Pacific mall steamship steamshipcompany steamshipcompany
company COO1 an and assaulted his runners runnersbut runnershurt unnershut
but they the did not touch Mr SchwerlnIRUIIS Schwerln SchwerlnIRUIIS SchwerinRUItS
IRUIIS or IOMLICI lO fllcr IS LOST LOSTto LOSTI
to 0 Declare Jjps of 0 Osaka In Resolution ResolutionPatted ReaolulionPCI ResolutionPassed
Patted PCI d in Mea Ma Meeting MeetingA eling elingA
A mass moo Ing at Osaka Ja Japan JapanpasseI an anpissed anpused
pissed the following resolution with without without without ¬
out hindrance on the part of the poIIce po police police ¬
lice
The hc peace that has Just beon cun concluded cunIIdec cunclutleti ¬
cluded between Russia and Jnf JIlL13n JIlL13nforflItl Jstranrorfelts > an anforfeits
forfeits the fruits of victory v ctor and sows sowsseeds sowstierd sowsherds
seeds of future complications andlanger and anddanger nnddanKer
danger The Th governments governmens hlgh hlghhand hlghhanded hand handed
ed unconstitutional measure has re resulted romlted resuited ¬
suited In unexpected disturbance to totho tothe toho
the ho peace of tho city ell In which the thomikado themikado themikado
mikado resides The empires honor honorhas honorhRfI honortins
has been soiled and the spirit of the thoconstitution theconsUlutJon theonstftution
constitution lost Never has our coun country counlr courtry
try lr ry been brought to face greater dan dangers dnngers danere ¬
gers ere Therefore bo It ItResolved ItIWHohod itResole
Resolved Resole od That we hope that thetumillating the thehumiliating thohumiliating
humiliating ix l01ce co agreement will b bbroken bb bbhroken bbwoken
broken and th tM government will re resign reoBIgn totlgn
sign
SCANDINAVIANS SCA OI 4 I S CASN6T C4 N r AGREE AGRCFDkaoluttoa AGR AGROkeolutioaf AGREE1uolutioa
Dkaoluttoa of Sweden Swed and Norway turdhut tlntl tlntllit tr4 tr4Nut
Nut lit to Crack CrackThe CrckTho CrackThe
The conference cont Jencc of tho delegates of ofNorway ofNorway ofNorway
Norway and Sweden appointed to todiscuss todl tollseuss
discuss dl cu 8 tho dlssohitUm dl Botuton of the union unionof
of Norway and Sweden adjourned on onThursday onhurllday onihursday
Thursday until September 18 to en enentble onnrblo ennrblo
nrblo the delegates d01 gatc8 to return to totheir totholr toheir
their respective capitals and confer conferwith conferwtth conferwith
with their government 1W mment Tho result ot ottheir ottheir ofheir
their deliberation IB vet ety uncertain

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