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THE DAILY ASTORIAN Js the
bljgfst and test paper
on the Columbia River
Tib ASTORIAN has the largest
circulation of anv paper
Ion the:Columbla River
Kl'Ll, ASi-OCIATIil) PlilCSS RKPORT.
VOL. XLV11.
ASTOKIA, OUKM.N, WKIl.NKSDAV MoJ.'MXO, SKI'ThMI'.KIl 15, Ut'7.
NO. 31.
1
Creditor's
Sale-
Extraordinary opportunity to buy
Fine Clothing, Mcmi'k and Youths' Furnishing
Goods, Whito Shirts, Fancy Ovcrshirts, Un
derwear, Hats, Shoes, Mackintoshes, Cloth
ing, Lined Duck ('oats. Scarfs, Collars, Hand
kerchiefs, Socks, Comfortables, Cud' Buttons,
Straps, Umbrellas, Men's Cloves, Ftc. Stock
must be sold. Also Counters, Shelving, Safe,
Mirrors, Stove, Chairs, Lamps and everything
else contained in store formerly known as
Osgoods, Nos. 50IJ and 508 Commercial
Street.
J. D. KENNEDY
Sole Agents for Knox
BUFFUM PENDLET?N
Hatters and
Furnishers
94 Third Street, PORTLAND,JOR.
.The Only Exclusive
City Book Store
Rlmiilikc Mii
Klondike I looks.
I'uili il Ntali s ( Jtivt iniiifiit ( Jt'iK iitl ('hurt of Alnka : tor
rott'il tip to ilalf. Ih'ti't f-lurt without it coy.
I '.lank I looks .tti.l Stationery.
Fisliiiij; Taekle, llaiuiniH'ks, Kt
I.itt.st N'oviN, IVrimlieaU and Magazines.
GRIFFIN
uuuuuuu
n n e g a n
EIIQQDDQ fer 1
m
Our Royal
Cream Flour
FOARD &
Sole
AHTORIA
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
Guaranteed th Bill In th Mark!
CORNER FOURTH AND QLICAN STREETS PORTLAND, OREGON
.Trustee.
and Wauburton Hats
Men's Furnishers.,
& REED.
OREGON STATE N0RMAL.SCH00L
Monmouth, Oreior
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
llwiul .r "rml I'oiirae nl three yer
Sftiilt.r year wholly profi.i.mal.
Trnliilt.it .lepur'iticiit ( nine piadr.. with At) rhlMreu.
Iii.lriiiilon an.l train n In li; nnin.iu-. Smvll.M vv
tela , n.l V.M-a' Mmle for .iil.li' arluaila.
1 ho Normal ll.lma I. rcco ii'd by taw a MAT!"
I.IKK .'KIIViriCATK to tearh.
I .(ht riiH-iiaa. Tuition, Ih.Ih, hoaid md IimIuIiik Ui
iroiiiiai.'lril aiMouiwr Tr.
stiidi'iit. lHr.llni tlieinwlvei, n oil gver ver.
A.-r.Ip.mIc tirade, n.-cepted frum hUh .chools.
t'il.i!iir. . hoeTfiilly .cut on application,
Ad.lrcM
I'. L. CAMI'IIKI.L, I'rcl.leiil, or
W. A. WANS', Secretary Ksciilfy.
Ivlount Angel College
MOUNT ANGEL, Mtnoa Count OREGON
Thl la Juat the pXnct for your boya.
I'plllthtful location, large bull.Ur.fi and
Itroiinda. food meala, plenty of healthy
exetvla. xrlent teuhera and careful
training- tlila la what they ail lay of
MT. ANQICIj COLLEGE. Bend for CaU
nlofue and apeolaj terma.
Hrhool will open September I.
P. F. PLACIDUS. Director.
NONE BETTER
STOKES CO.
Agents
OREGON
Cold Weather Will Soon lie
T
II KIH-.l-'ollK.
l.ill will in.ke
our fall ioi l:
m.in. woman
FOREIGN DOCKS j
NOT A SUCCESS;
I
i
The Miittlohip Imiiunu Scriuuslv
On tmifjcd at Hitlifa. ,
AN I NI OKI! NAJi: AI J AIK
Tor Vttiiih the Dock l!'itij Sy Cu.
'Imlor Doklift Ih lo
Dliimc.
I
N. Yurk. HrptunitN'r tl.- A Kp.UnI !n
th,- J.iuriMl ah J AJvi-rtlr froru IUI
, lf.. n:
I'urlnit the r -:;t JHk:n of th.- b..t
i tlrililp In.llutm tirr buttum t.ulKe.1 uu.lrr
th.- furwr! hum. Thr fault la altrlli
; ut.-.l to the naval -onutruc-tur, ll.jk-i,
uf Nvw York, lie Cum he u that
1 the dockliif w 11 i.ri-rly .lone. The
(.lhl of Hit turr.-ia miui ao fre.U that
( the bottom tank enoiifh to a. rloualy uf
j feet the turr'ta' auwaTta. The iloca
, ofTii litla any i hey huvr .haknl l;r,tlh
raat'ln murh he ivlr th in "he Iii.lluni
t(l..iul trouMe unj th.- r-r. t th a. cl
; Unit, but crltlca In toe I'nlt.-d Hia!.-a will
i be .llap...d to thr jw the blame upon
i lhm and arruae thm of purpoat-ly try.
1 Inf to cripple onn 1 the beat In
, the navy.
! WHAT THK I'LI'AHTMI.'NT HAYS.
New York. Hept-mber 14 A Va!liriCt0ll
aiKtliil to the Journal ay;
The ni.ill.-r of the ilo.'kii.l! of th In
.ll.iii at Il.ilKax U now U'f..r- te
navy .1-partment In a reix.rt lrm Cap
I. .i.i Tayl.'r. her '-..nui.aml. r I'he de
Pill llliuit otn.'lala 'ry t.) Illukr lu:ht oi the
, m it Lin II la iln l..r.-l. n v. r: lu-lea,
Ihiit t he d.ifiiniie l r.-.illy Tlou ii.id will
requlrr exi.iialv.. r-pit.r a aoon a the
rel can bo ,.t,i,li..l (n.m tlie a.il...l
ron of evolinlon.
Altho.ik'h the .lo.-kiiit; wna In eharKe
..f C.utatrui-tor Ilowl.a. ..1 ih- New York
navy y.ir.l. bo bad b-n - nl to H.illf.ix
fr that ixpri puiiK.ae, the aifely .t
the buiil. hlp was endaiuceri'd by the
failure of thofte In hurt- of the do. k:ltK
10 oliaerve tb alnipb- r..MUtlon of plae
hiK aiiltuli'iit blo.ka und.-r tbnn. plai.-s
al. .UK the k.-t I wher.- the cn aiot wolrht
ahoul.l naturvilly come.
The dlatnn.-e belw.n th.- keelblrx-ka
whlrh are made of heuvy oak timber,
j -.ma to have b en too M to avipic.ii
the norm. ma eli;hl which. In v..s
of the lii.ll.iiiu .'1,ih, ! . nmeiiti it.d
' on the lliua of the turret. Alt.r the
uhlp hii.l b. en In the dock a few hours
11 wua dlacovt-rt-d that the kei 1 wiif cut
tliik' throuiih the oak blocka and thut
there w.ia a IuiIkc under the forward
turret. Step were at once taken to
nhoiv up thai pain of the vessel to pre
vent further Nettling. The c:i-la of the
I blociia. which had been crualied, had
' la-en furred up and had Indented the
pi. .(ink- of the alilp nb.mt rx Inches In
1 I. 'iik-tli and about one-half of an Inch In
depth on both aide, ulllceia who are
In the secret of the matter say an lnv.a
! tlK.itlon to tlx the responxlblllty for thli
J ii.cl.leiit will have to be called.
The .lock otllclala nre known to have
' expressed rvtrret, knowtim that' tl.rc
may 1m a disposition In the I'nlled States
! to think Hum capable of Intentionally
! allowing the safety of American tvittle
1 ship to be placed tn Jeopardy when
' such w is not the oaaa.
jriuiK fDi-'FKXttr-.nn a uriMON' oi--
PH. DAHUIN.
lb-. Ib.rrln: Kor ih-ee year prior to
vUillnir you I had tieen sorely altllcted
with kidney trouble and ilkibeles. I
final, after one month's electric and m. .1
Ical treatment by you. that I am (rreatly
beiictlted and tho constant desire to onss
urine has ceased. I resld- at F3 Pond
street, Astoria.
O. W. OOFFFNHt'RV.
It Is uratlfyliiK to his frlemts. ns well
ns to himself, to chonldo this wonderful
restoration to henlth. J mice Coffcnhury
was the first patient 'rented by Pr. Dar
rln on his arrival In Astoria, and his
cnr.l nbove spenks volumes for tho doc
tor's skill. The Judfre Is widely and fa
vorably known and his cure will go far
to endorse the pood opinion held by the
people In this vicinity of Ir. Dnrrln'a
electrical treatment ami Ills ability as
a physician. Surely the art of curluft
dlseiiiies by electricity is tnklne tho lead,
and no doubt will revolutl.uilce the prac
tice of medicine In the near future. T)rs.
TJnrrln treat confidentially all curable
chronic, private and acute diseases.
EX-MAYOR HI LL AND WIFE TESTI
FY TO DR. DARR1XS ABILITY IN
CTRING THEIR SON WITH ELEC
TRICITY, Pr. Parrln Pear Sir: We write to In
form you that our son Claud, whom
you cured (by your electric process) of!
Here find You'll Need Nev
( v tttli.lt you'll I'.- Inn-r ! In what w.
r iilu Kr.i.l.n of I,'m1 i . r much lilkh
i.t price much .,w. r th..t. -oiil.) Iu)
and child can I e suppl .1 Inn-. The Him-
Z&a SHAN AH AN BROTHERS. The Only Really Cheap Store in Astoria
aor.' and rui.nlMf ears two yf-iirs afto,
b.. eonilnii' d S'liind and w II ev. r alnr,
and be has hut been troubled In any way
t lib bis ears sin- 111. n.-.irlrK Is ml
as i...il i.s It c in be, We ti.ke this method
u express our frilltudn and to thank
o-i for the f'Kd you have been to Ul
In the fine of our ion. Ar. hmlth Is un
told wraith. nn." y t'ould iot iiurcl a-
II. benefit the rure has U-.-n to us. It
f. r anyone to u lt-sp- t '. ii ,
V. II. nid M A. HILL.
Hill's bl'Kk. Kuss.-ll Kt , Albino., 'ir
It. Parrln ran be .on.ulte. da ly a'
III. - e. iilel.t hotel, A't'irlli. until O' tO-
br 1, wli.-n. he trei.t the xjor free from
! to l a. tn. ibilly. Tlee able to fmy,
from l'i a. in. to .', p m.: evenlnirs. 7 to
k. All cl.rotile dl.-as, bloi-d taint !0'
of vl'al power Mild ea.-ly Indlieretlons
perni.noi.tl run.! tboimh no references
nre ever mad.- In the press rone, rnlrif
sii.-h ens-s, oslnic to the delicacy of pa
tients. Kxamlnatl-.n free to all. an.l
'Ircilnrs will b,- sent lo any adilres.
CharKes for tr.atment reasonable. All
i :lv,.t dbeas. . onfldentlally treated
Mid cures guaranteed. Pitlents at a
distance cn 1- cui-d by home treatment.
Medicine ar.d .-tt,-n sent without the
doctor's name npKarln.
AX IMPORTANT
CAMXET MEETING
?C tKAL Vtll.nn VltSTDt.NS INDEK
C0"ll)tHTM)
Tie liioa fititit I -rcwlosurc Will lie
Cained by the Admin in.
tr.'tiun.
New York. S..pte-nl);r .t-A dLi,.itc'i
u. the H. nil.l from Washli.Rton wiys:
Several qunitlons demand the attention
of the cabinet which will m-et today,
one of these Is the settlement of the
t'nlon I'lB-ltic railroad matter. An ar
rangement was entered Into duHnx I'r. l
di i.t Cl.-vi-land's udmialsritlon whereby
the forclosure pro-eedliik-s against this
r.kid were to pri?ee.l an 1 the government
was to ncelve l.r.,.'.n.fl from :he r-or-k-anlxatlon
syndicate. Efforts hive len
made to induce the present aduiin.s'ration
to take some stcv to prevent the rnrry
ln out of this prKrnrn. Thts Is one of
ihe matters which Attorney -t.eneral Mo
Keiina went to Pennsylvania ta consult
with the president ab-iut. It Is under
stood it will be determined not to Inter
fere with the earr. l g out of this piun.
Inasmuch as the atorney-ireneral has not
announced his opinion as to the proper
tt nstrnctlon of sctl.-n z: ef the I'us
ley lnw rel itlnp to dlscrl-nltutintr duties,
this matter will conic up for discission.
The attorney-ft-eneril will prolwibly plve
ii n outMtic of his opinion on the matter
and may ask for uin.vs!l im from bis
associates.
The condition of .iffilrs in the Klondike
and diin..r of la-rsv.is who "lave started
for the ttold fields without an n.leq.iate
supply of provision are nutters a Unit
which the members of the admlnlstrn
tlon have a KTeat deal of anxiety, and
there will ho a Hwsbll!ty of nfTorxilm;
relief to those persons. Assistant S--rc-tnry
or the Treasury Vanderllp sal.l ih.it
he and the secretary had plvcn It much
consideration, but he was at a loss to see
what could U- done. The administration
hnn no money at Its dlapos-il that can
be leifally expen.btl on a relW exp.-.IItlon
and the physical conditions of the coun
try In Alaska uro such that It would be
Impossible to do anything if there was
plenty of money to draw on.
THK KLONDIKE HORROR.
Washington. September 14. At a cabl-ri-t
meeting today with refer n-.v to ihe
Klondike rush. Secretary ls;er lall be
fore the cabinet several telegrams tirlng
relief for stricken prospecto-s. Including
one from the citizens' oojnmitteo of
Tucoma. repr.-scntlng that distress exist
ed already at Pawson City, stating that
starvation had begun, and praying that
a revenue cutter with supplies be sent
to St, Michaels. The discussion ma.le I:
evl.ft'iit that the cabinet was no: q me
clear that the government had a wvrrant
of law for furnishing supplies, b'it Sec
retary Alger telegraphed Senator Perkins,
who Is Interested In a line to Alaska,
asking him If he would undertake to
deliver a ships' load of supplies at St
Mlclmols. If It bo found that the 'aw will
not permit the government to send nip
Plies, then relief will be furnished ly
private persons in order that a horror
may not grow out of the rush for gold.
FITZSIMMONS ARRESTED.
Now York. SeptemU-r 14. Robert Fltz
slmmons hus been arrested on a warrant
secured by Howard J. Patterson. Fut
terson has been acting as coachman for
Ihe pugilist. Lust Friday Fltzslmmons
discharged him. A quarrel followed, and
Patterson claims Fltzslmmons assaulted
him. Patterson has also sued the pugilist
for $2,000 damage.
I
I-a.lI Underwear
have to nny about oil r I'nderwar stock. Firm of nil, we'll tell y u Hint although the new tnrlfT
r. our prices for the coming season will not be advanced. Vif op. wl mr orders early and obtained
th.) goods for now. Ton can share the benefit with u If you desire. Every 1'nderwear need ot
comprises nil desirable qiiullll n, and whatever (trade 1 se h-'-fcl will be emially good value, at
THE CRAZE STILL
CROWIXC GREATER
Miners Lcnvintj Cook's Inlet for the
Yukon With Their Wealth.
NO DANfiKK OF A FAMINE
SpCwiljtors V ii 1 Not De Allowed to IUit
tbe I'riie ol Grub Sti Amy
Thin Wio'cr.
Brittle, Wash., September 14. Twenty
five mlneri arrived here thl motnlng
on tlu? schooner BtelU KrliaJ. 16 dayi
from Cook's Inlet, All have left the
district, once extolled a the land of
K'.ld. to go to the Yukon, tnd arh
treasures a umall sack of dust, which Is
to pay his way to the land of promise.
The ums In the hands of the Erlaud'r.
passenger aggregate t'.f'. One miner
has TC ounces, and others hold sums
varying from 0" to ll.u'). Th;y have
little to say for the general mining out
look 111 Cook's Inlet, and declare th.t the
Yukon craze will take from the district
all who are able to get away. A few
of the men who were early on fie ground
In the rush of 1KS have pooled their In
terests and are making thesr mines pav.
These will send out Ijo..C to I75.UW as the
season s cleanup, on the steamer Bertha,
leaving the Inlet OotoU-r i. Not more than
tin companies are making money. Wages
ar. fl per day. Food and clothing are
quite cheap.
OFF FOR YUKON.
Tiucoma. Seplemln-r It The iteamer
City of Seattle sailed tonight lor Skaguay.
She will carry northward 9 or more pas
sengers, 9 cattle and a fair list of 'relghL
GREAT RICHES.
Seattle. September H. Hope for those
who have friends In tilt- Klo'il.ke is held
out by Frank C. Rider, who cunc down
on the steamer Humboldt, after having
sient five years In the Yukn. He does
not believe there will be any deaths from
starvation, thouirh he agrees thai f o, d
will be scarce. Lack of shelter, he con
siders even more Imoprtant, as a condition
to be decided this winter, than famine.
As to the mining outlooK, he c"-ebircs
that fcS.UX'.uw will be taken out tnls wi-i-ter
from the claims on Uo.innzi and
Eldorado creeks, while from Blrh, Miller
and Mlnook districts will be washed out
about fcMO.UUO.
"There Is no sense In becoming elarmel
over the prospects of a food shortage in
Klondike." he said. "The fact ihat tho
romiKiny stores at Dawson Lave been
closed has not such nn awful dgnirlrance
as might at first thought be Imagined.
They were shut up with the Idea of
checkmating the speculators who would
attempt to make a fortune oft the sale
o' provisions at fabulous price. A man
would go Into the store and buy S25.0M
worth of grub. When hunger began to
make the miners desperate and the store
had nothing left to sell, the speculator
could have things his own way. It Is
not pruiosed to allow this. The nvnors
have determined that any man selling
food must do so nt ti.i company prices.
These are fixed and will not be allowed
to go higher. Where so many people
arc together and can Interchange, food
goes n long way. An outfit that would
last one man a year can be made to hold
out eighteen months by lu.U-lous trad
ing. Do not understand that I am ad
vising anyone to go there this winter.
I am simply staring these tacts to en
courage those who have friends In the
north. The lack of shelter will. In ray
opinion. le re?inslhle for more suffering
In Klondike than will famine."
DWYKIt SIGHTED.
San Francisco, September H. The
schooner Hera arrived from Unlmik puss
with 133,000 codfish aboard. The captain
says thut on the Sth. when 2Jo miles from
San Francisco, he passe steamer with
a snuill vessel in Xov 'X very heavy
sea was running at ihoAlfhe. The steamer
Is supposed to be the 'Navarro with the
Dwyer In tow. Both vessels are bound
for St. Michaels, and on arriving there
the Dwyer will be put In the Dawson
City trade.
ANOTHER YVKON RAILROAD.
rhoenlx. Aria., September 14. The Alas
ka Central railroad was Incorporated here
today by filing of Its articles with the
territorial secretary'- The caplt.il stoctt
Is J."i.w.000. The Incorporators' names
are John Vnderw'ood, E. F. Greenlaw ane"
A. F. Lyon, and the road prelected ii!
from tidewater, on Prince William sound,
up Copper river and across the divide
to a point on the Yukon near me Inter
national boundary, a distance nf 400 miles.
Behind this scheme are reported to be
Elijah Smith, formerly president of the
Oregon Improvement Compa.iy, John W.
Cudaby, and P. P. Armour, 'he Chicago
packers, and several capitalists.
W. A T. V. CONVENTION.
Preparation for a Large Meeting In
Buffalo.
Buffalo. HeWember It. The Buffalo
preparations fof 4e national W. C. T. U.
convention are progressing rapidly. The
committee I composed of 120 ladles. The
music hall committee I In receipt of many
applications for seats from every state
in the L'nlon. Many have already been
sold at tl apiece. All boxes are sold. The
six hundred delegates from every itate
and territory will occupy the front seats
tn Music halt The forty departments
will hold dally meetings outside of the
great mass meetings at Music hall. Music
hall will I headquarters for Bibbath
exercise.
The living shield, composed of 2,000 Buf
falo children dressed In red, white and
blue, on exhibition during the parade of
the O. A. R. encampment, will be re
produced for the W. C. T. U. Tbe Music
committee has secured a magnificent cho
rus of ladles' voices only.
MRS. CRAVEN LOSES
HER BIG SUIT
CASE DECIDED BY TrlC JIDCE. THE JIRT
BEING ti.MT AUVlSoKT.
Ai.jn. ind the latertenor ire Visiers
Matter Will Be LaH Before
the Graad Jurv.
San Francisco. September 14. An lmpor
ant question of law has now arisen In the
Angus-Craven case. The Jury was merely
advisory and the Judge was not to be
bound by Its decision. Now that It has
failed to agree and been discharged, the
preponderance of opinion seems to be
that the judge can order a new trial or
give judgment himself, unaided In his
own discretion.
It Is Just possible that the Judge may
render a decision to&Viy. No one can
gain any hint of his position from the
charge, which was as colorless as such a
document well could be. Pressure will
be brought to bear by Attorney Delmns
in favor of a new Uial before a Jury.
DECIDES FOR PLAINTIFF.
San Francisco. September It (Special
to the Astorian.) The famous case of
Angus vs. Craven, by which the execu
tors and heirs of the late Se.tMtjr James
G. Fair sought to quiet the title of
Mrs. Nettle R. Craven, a school teacher
of this city, to two pieces of prop-riy
on Sansome street and Mission street,
valued at $1,S.WM. was finally decided
today by Superior Judge Slu-k in favor
of the pluaintlff (Angus) and uic int-r-venors
(Mrs. Oelrichs. Miss Fair and
Charles Fair). Judge Slack said there
was no doubt In his mind that the pencil
will and the letter of republication were
forgeries, and expressed the opinion tnat
the deede were stamped with the same
brand.
The decision was evidently unexpected
by tlve defendant's counsel, nlu ..skeJ
for and obtained a slay of proceeding
for 30 days. Neither Mrs. Craven ncr
her daughter were in court when tht
case was decided. When questlc-ncd as to
what. If any. action they roposed U
take In the premises, the plaintiff's attor
neys declined to discuss the suh'ect at
present, but It Is generally believed that
the grand Jury, now In session, will take
the matter up Immediately.
MORE GOLD.
Anvlk, Alaska. August 23.( Via Seattle.
September 14.) The steamer Bella, of the
Alaska Commercial Company, passed the
steamer Hamilton this afternoon. There
are 90 passengers on the Bella, 70 miners
returning with their stakes, said to ag
gregate $500,000, and tho remainder are
prospectors fleeing from the shadow of
famine to come.
Louis Sloes. Jr., of the Alaska Commer
cial Combpany, who was on board, con
firmed all the reportshltherto given of
the shortage of food supplies.
"We have been compelled to adopt
measures," said he, "to prevent single
Individuals from cornering the food sup
plies. For this reason we have limited
the quantity of grub to be sold to each
person. One sack of flour each week Is
all that any man is allowed to purchase.
We closed our store for a time after
the Bella arrived, declining to sell to
anyone until we found out whiat we had
In stock and how far It would go toward
l-.ing the orders we had already.
We will not sell supplies to either hoU-ls
or restaurants, and, as far as possible, to
miners only."
Jack McQueen, the Alaska Commercial
on board the Bella, says there Is not
enough provisions In the Yukon country
Company, who was one of the number
now to supply the demand.
THE FEVER IS
SOW SPREADING
Government Cpcrt Reports More
Xew Cases.
EXODUS FROM JACKSON CITY
Greit Excitesjent freviils .Mobile Is
Booked tor Scourge Strict
0rstiie Keguljtiois.
Washington, Bepetmber 14. tJurWeon
General Wyman received the following
from Dr. Gulteras, government expert
at Mobile, concerning the yellow fever
situation there:
"The patient at the city hospital U
still living. The case of Basrago, re
ported by me as suspicious, I have not
been able to see agIn. Subsequent hU
tory makes the oase more suspicious. Ha
has not been out of the city nor In any
apparent way connected with the people
from Ocean Springs. I have just been
shown another case, which I pronounced
without doubt yellow fever. I have hyaxd
the history of another case, which is
very suspicious. The cases are not grouped
In any one quarter of the city. '
A dispatch was received from JTonUtn
bleau. Miss., ihe seat of the detention
camp, from Surgeon White, stating that
Dr. Gaines reports one new cae at Bar
clay
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FROM JACKSON.
! Jackson. Miss. September 11 This ha
1 been another day of excitement snd anx
i lety to the people of Jackson, from
' which an exodus began yesterday to
surrounding towns. The city Is "hew sur
rounded on all sides by an armed guard
.' and quarantine rules are enforced with
great strictness. The principal causes of
fear to the people of Jackson come from
Edwards, only 25 mflss distant, where
, there are now 35 cases of dengec.
; AT MOBILE.
Mobile, September It Three cases of
yellow fever were oftlotally announced
today by the board of health. This caused
much more alarm than did the discovery
of the first case, which was regarded as
' sporadic. People who can ore leaving for
points of safety.
j Dr. Gulteras left today for rdwards,
i Miss.. Induced thither to inve-dgate a
j dispatch received from there. When
J asked upon what he based bis telegram.
I to me surgeon-generai mat in?re wouia
, be a spread of the disease 'here, he said
j that the city had had a long Immunity
J from disease and that there was much
material for it to feed upon.
RICH STRIKE.
; Salt Lake. September It A Tribune
special from Boise. Idaho, says:
j Eight years ago J. F. Taylor was en
saced in business In California with
; J. C. New. Business was dull and they
j were compelled to give up. Without dis
solving partnership the men decided to
I part and made an agreement that should
j fortune smile on either, they would dl
! vide. Taylor bought a ranch near Cedar
creek, where he now resides. New went
I to Alaska and was one of the first to
make a strike In the new gold fields,
securing three claims. He hunted up
; Taylor last Sunday near Kendrlck, In La-
tah county, and gave him a title to half
I Interest In the claims. Taylor also re
ceived 127,000 as his half of the earnings
of the claims. He has been offered
riOO.OOO for the claims.
ANOTHER MILL STARTED.
Xenfcv O., September It The large
cordage mills here, wtilch have been Idle
slnoe the National Cordage Company
failed six years ago, have been bought
byXenla capitalists and others, and sit
will be started at once in full blast. Tho
plants cost over J500.0OO, and employ many
men.
Royal makes the food pars,
wholesome and delicious.
u.fiiiii
Absolutely Pur
SOVM. BMUM SOwOCl OO., MIW VOMC
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