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ALL EAGERLY EXPECTANT
ANXFOl -LY AWAITING Tilt: BIG FOOTBALL.
?nu: two rr.vms ..unm. in town* and tu r.i n
Ai)Hi:nr.NT*. hli. Tilt: SN-UIM BEIT1XO
AND SKVI.Al'.KINi; ON THF. EXCH AX<!I'.'.
The football Ram*- of the year, as far as New
Vork City la concerned, will be played at M in*
ii.it' ": Field to-day between the Yale tami l'rinceton
elevens. Th- orange and Mach of the Tlgi ra and
the all-blue of Yale flutter- d la everv direction yes
terdsy. The colic.,'.- colors have been utilised In the
fn "nation of rosettes buttons, bags baanera, and
lu every Other conceivable device to catch the
general eye and malta prolit for th" nimble fakir.
Whli" .Manhattan Fi"!d will seat la the neighbor?
hood of IMII people, more than double that number
will be anxious to witness the battle of the young
giants on the gridiron Held. All the aeata hnve
been disposal of. a- far as tie committee of the
I'niverslty Athletic Club ls concerned, but those
without tickets will In all probability be able to
purchase desirable seats from speculators, at an
exorbitant price, of course. Seats in thc covered
stands were quoted yesterday at Jl" e.uli. and the
aassslatori ara likely to mis.- tba price to $ir.
While the I'niverslty Athletic (Tub ha? been care?
ful to look out for eollega people, the Keneral
public has for once been left out In the cold. The
speculator ls their only hope, unless they adopt a
time. Yale has won nin" ani *^R_f*SJ!Z? Um?'
th- ,.,??. of tan bein* a draw. Hm Scorag;
IST_? I*, la*, ton, l; tale, S
1*7!>- Princeton, .".: Val.-. 2
tss.. piane. t .n. ll; Tale, ?"?
l****! Vale, :.: l'rln.-et. n. o.
|ga_?Tale, 2: l'rln. .-ten. :
l*vt Val.-, ip princeton, S
]s*| Yal-, ii. t'rine, ii n. 4.
1**.-. Princeton, ?'.; V..i--. ?'?
I**.; Yale. -I; Prtnceton, "?
I sw! Talc 12: 1 -11-1. ? ?"" o.
IIHW Tal- IO; Princeton, ll
1MM0 Pine et.m. 10; Tal*. "?
ISSO Vale. :'.'J. Prlnc-ton. "?
1st.1 -Val.-. !!'. Princeton, 0.
HOB Tl ile, 12; Princeton. 0.
Rates of scoring arses < ---?**.-*? ?? in ' "?
In the gamea ptaysd ll* ffiJtJS'M
better work. The champions.harescoreo g? points
to fi for their opponents, ahlle Princeton naa made
ZR points to 14 for her opponents*
AT Till- CU BHOCSE.
Andrew Freedman hus had charge Of tba Club?
house at Manhattan vwia. *--?*? ?** ,'ls"os';1' "f
]?-. tkkcs gdmlttlng to lhe clubhouse, rheas
tickcs sold for IN es**. ?rA Mr J'y;"1''1^ ??> re
tarn psya the University Athletic Club tl for each
ticke, gold. Th.- proeeeda will go ?" ?js creditors
Of the deft.net Manhattan Athlet.c < lub. Among
thoa* who secured Hearts for the du_Aouae ara tbe
following: Mr. and Mr. Charles EL SJSLfV, MJ
an.l Mts. simon H. Stern, the MJsses Stern. ( \\
Miller. William C. Arno!.. I.raj" > ' ' "j Col onel
I I I. BrmmBm.rn.maAt .ntl .111111% * - A. I* I' ** t ?-. J it 111?**- A.
QA B?gv fearS-dPl SSS
ago, 1 tart-. H. h.*-; ,.?,,.,?? ,..,,,? -,
Maurice llolahan. Mr. Bean and family. Ivlward
. .. Isl __* '
sensible plan | ld refuse to li" imposed upon.
"Deadhead Hill," the mammoth mound west of th.*
grounds has been fenced in. und to this enclosure
people -viii be admitted at '-0 cents each. One. by
going early and securing a "soft" rock, can, with
the aid of a pair of livid glasses, get a fairly good
view of the game.
TIIAIN.S OX T1IF. ELF.VATF.I) HOAD.
Colonel Hain has promised to make every effort
to accommodate the crowds which will patronize
the elevated roads, and the surplus cars and en?
gines from the Second and Third ave. linea will
be run on the Sixth ave. line between IBS and
D.30 p. m. The gates at Manhattan Field will be
opened to those holding tickets at ll o'clock this
forenoon, and the game will be started promptly
at 2 p. m. The I'niversity Athletic Club makes
"All those who applied for $2 tickets and were
aent tl 50 ones will have the 50 cents on each
ticket returned to them within a few days after
ihe game. There ls no question as to the return
of this money, as it will come out of the I'niver?
sity Athletic Club's large bank account Those to
whom money ls due, if it is not returned in ten
days, will receive it on application to the club.
"Although the crowds will be enormous to-day
there should be bul little trouble If ticket
holders read their tickets, each of which states at
what gate the holder ls to enter the grounds."
A UKI VAL, UK TIIK TEAMS.
Doth teams arrived In the city last night. Cap?
tain Ilinkey, his men and an army of substitutes
'and followers wenl to the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
The trainer. Murphy, kept a watchful eye on his
men. and saw that all were put to bed at au early
hour. Moat of the players are in excellent condl
B. Mer "all an.l family, .elwari Munn.
Thompson. Stale Senator Mcclelland, Jam
Ml. ha.l s. Coleman, Prank McKee, Mr ?
.Manuel --. i nieiuaii. ri.-ii in winn-, ...i nui.-.n B..u
party, Mr. Baldwin and party, Willis Holly, laue i
A. Morgan. Arthur Wini, .ucl party, II. C Phillips
will be th
. bas leather
Imitation ol lbs
and many otheri
An attractive t> ature of the gam.
programme, lt is one of the hand
of its kind .vcr published. The ma nag. mi nt de?
cided to depart from tbe ordinary wore-card and
get up a souvenir winch every spectator will keep
as a memento of the match It will also serve th
purposea of a score-card. Ths booh ls mad
shape of a regulation football, rm.I
covers, stltche.l with a thong i
In addition to tr,.* scoring pages lhere i-i a mass
of interesting reading matter and Htatlstlcs, Indud
lng the Intercollegiate rules, the colors and cries
of all the colleges, complete football records and
other footbull lit-l itur.-, alSO a Wealth of Illustra?
FOr.TItAI.I, ON "CHARGE.
There were about ten football elevens in active
operation in the sto.-k Exchange for a few min?
utes yssterdsy afternoon hist about .losing hours,
and the r?-suits srere tbe aaaaabtng of ona chande?
lier, th.- tining of abeu' IM members fruin ll to I7i,
and some bruises and rumpled attire, .lu.- to tba
gi-at energy with which tbe gamea m ra played
Princeton and Yale feeling ran high, and lt WS
determine.1 to settle beforehand tba merits .f the
two teamn by rugUlatlofl e'.itnes on tlc- Hool fine
Of the most enthusiastic Yule men sent oul an I
purchased a soire of large-siied rubber balls A
few minutes before th>* closing bOUl
chang.* the fun started an.l Insld ? of
a riot began. Chairman Mitchell
seem- order, and u*.-.| hiy
f the K?
tried bi* best
until a broker mab- a voa) i.y sending ;. bail
plump Into the chairmans face. That ball was
retired from play, and th.- offending member wll)
firobably find hlm?elf fined to the amount of not
ess than no when th.- list of delinquents is muda
Another broker caught a ball fairly on tba bound
and sent it into tba chandelier, Bending down s
shower of broken gtssa. The chairman wished
many times whli- tba fun buted thal he wan a.
?I <S_fc'A 2&>i_i 4 ??
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_> i A ir (nig*
6_,/'__l , t )1b^.\
HT "*- /.MR
LEA. ALLEN. MORSE,
tion, although Thorne is still lame. He hopes to I
be able to work out his trouble to-day. All the
players are confident of winning, and the Yale
coachers argue that they really can't see how the
champions can lose.
The Princeton team substitutes, rubbers, coaches
and their trainer. McM.-st.-rs. went to tba Murray
Hill Hotel, which was the Orange and Black head?
quarters last night Thi men took their last active
firactlce on Tuesday, and every man of the team ls
n excellent condition. They say that they know
Yale's tactics thoroughly, and think that they wll
win. They are certain that they will score, sm
they seem to think that If they score hey will
win. The last time Princeton scored against TSie
was in 188>. when the Tigers won by 10 to 0. They
have several pet schemes to block Butterworth a
bull rushes. He seems to be the only man in
Yale's cohorts that gives the Jerseymen much
THF. TWO ELEVENS.
Speculation was lively around the uptown hotels
last night, snd little else than the football battle
was talked about. Yale was always the favorite.
the odds varying from 2 to 1 to 4 to 1. The even
money wsgVr was that Princeton would not score.
Even money was also wagered that Yale would
not score over 15 polnt_. The teams will line up as
Yat.-. Position*. Tt Isesinn.
Mi-.'rea .I**ft iruard.Whaler
HHIImsn.''?*'?'"?? " _.L*"""'
H.?id . nislu tackle.Lea
Ore+nwar. HiKlH ead....Tre*ir*-ard
Arman ons.I*-'1 h" l1f!**''-' ' *;.J ,,r'1
Thorne.Klsht halfback... i.Morse
Arima . Quarterback .Kins
The scores of the romes in which these teams
Jaws played since 1887 wll) be Interesting at this
shorthand-mail so that he could ^f^fSZniH
names of the players. They ncluded Rlchani n.
Mais,.-;,:! A I*, faophln.. T. T. Taylor Wwsrt
Lamontalgne. Charles A Andrews Albert King,
lohn Wallace. .1. Henry;<I. ws. ll. I.. ""??'*?
David Lapibv. Emery Hodges the Hunte ??.?>?.
lin,i ... vcr.,! doaeit othars. Kor the Bratkit*, the
chairman pul a mun .ion., for ai tine of B. an i n
doubled this tine as often a*, the man COOM Bl
caught . ,. , _-j uavn
The Cott.ui EhtChsnge nprnbcr did riot have
quite so much fun. but lt cost them .Cf"-**"*?-*
less There all the niles were suspended, and UM
brokers olayed football snd worbed ofl practical
tokea ohTone another with Impunity. At, the
Produce Exchange the fun waged fas: an.rlfunou-.
The betting ther- was about _', tO 1 on IW. IM
1100 to Vii that Harvard would beat Pennsylvania at
CThere(lKw'as much betting nn the game at the
Rtnck K-change The od-ls varied from 2 to I to
1 oni Yale.2. B. Talcott wagered BSA and HW
even that Princeton would not score. 'Kls?
Wormaer bet MOO that Princeton would not score,
snd said that he had SUM to bet the same way.
Content, Nathan & Co. bet rfl.SuO at od;!.* of^ tl.
to $100 on Princeton Rogan, Livingston * Co s
wailer*, w re on Yale at o.lds of 2 to I. Richard
Peabody let Si.**1 ?" ?r>nft on ?'????'? *v< -*? Payton,
of Cuvier Morgan A Co., made several ls-ts un
Princeton at an average price of Alt to lino ll. H.
Bternburger bet lino to ito on Yale. p. H. Good*
hart took til" short end several times ot o.lds rang
! im: from Ito to 'ino to ?ir. to Jiu...
TBOROUamRBBBBS SOU at leais.'.tos.
Lexington. Ky.. Nov. 2'? (Special).-Another larg
crowd attended the Tatten-aH's sale here to-day.
The Imported stock of (iambic Orr and Captain
M. Hayley w?nt low. Heventy-nlne head were dis?
posed of for $29.r*>9*>. The highest-priced animal sold
was Ktha a chestnut mare, ten years old, by
Koius. 8he was bought by W. F. Presgrave. of
Bryn Mawr, Penn., for $1,500.
Schwarz Toy Bazar,
42 East 14th Street, Union Squaro.
Exhibits the FINEST SELECTION in TOYS,
MECHANICAL and MUSICAL PIECES.
THK I MM KN SK IH-U'LAY "AS SO I.'."'A I- AB are jnrttcd lo make an EARLY IXSPKCTIOX.
THE REICHSTAG REJOICES,
rifAXK. FOB THE ESCAPE OP EMPEBQB
WU LIAM ANI, I AI'KIVI
HIL KAISER I'.I l.il.YI'.s Till'. ATI! MIT* TO 111'.
THU STORS ' I' \ MADRAS DAM.l'.'tors
rn .!*...<'TIT*. OF Till". BOX M"\"T
TO TIM'. ( HAM I.I.I.ol'.
Berlin, Kov. lt.?At thc ..pcnlnK "f the Relehs*
tSg tlili* af tern....n Herr Von Lovel/...w, i!?e
president, expressed the Indlgnstloa felt i.y hlm
tetf and ail tin- membera >'f ina Houae, without
regard t<> pert? .celine at thc dastsrdly st*
tentpta t-> ssssaslnste the Bmperor and Chan*
rellOr von Csprlvl by mesna ..f infernal ms*
chines. ll- said he thanked God that neither
ile- Rmperor mir the Cheneetlor bsd been In
lured. All fr" membera except tba Socialists
ri.se from their seals and Stood until he had
Chancellor von Csprlvl and Major Ebmejrer,
his ai.i. were received by Bmperor William at
the New Palace, Potadsm, to-dsy. Msjor Bb
meycr told in detail nil the facts he knew in .??
gard t.. th,- infernal machine senl i" thc Cbsn*
eellor. Hla atory in ail renpects agreed with
that i..ld hv ih.- represent ntl ve ..f tbe i'nited
Press .ui M..lida-. Maj..r Kinney";- received
ile- package and started io open lt. Noticing
lomethl ii- which i -fumbled powder dropping as
h.- was removing the wrappings, he Mined the
par el over t.. th.* police, wh... sfter gashing n
lu water, m ide g ? nutlous Investigation, and
discovered thal li v.is an Infernal machine.
The Emperor, after listening to th.- story, said
that ile- whole linn;: n.i* the work "f a mad
man. He added that h.- in no wa' Iden titled
Prance with the sttempted outrage, though the
pm kage v. as senl from ? >r lenna.
Major i:i.:n.-\.-i told th- Emperor thu' his
vif- w.is preaenl when he began t.. undo the
pa kage Th- Kaiser congratulated him upon
th- es ape of himself and his wi'-.
l'\-n th- Anarchists "f Berlin have expressed
iii. ir disapproval nf th.- attempt nn th- Chan
..-ll..r's hf- They held a tn?lim-, leal night
ani declsri i 'A,.ii th- Anarchists were in no
wsy connected with th- outrage. Th- Chan
ell..r. it was .-mi.hatcally said, had ic enemies
Smonjt th- Anarchists.
Herr Poerater, th- rifle-msher snd explosive
expert who was employed by the police t.. ex*
amine th- bog aenl t>> tie" f*hsncely>r. hsa ms
terially changed his opinion a** to the dsngerirtis
.hara, t.-i "t th- machine, lt wa* staled > ??
terda i thai Herr I'- rater believe I that the
rubber hands whl n were au arranged ag lo
force tbe hatntnei down upon Ihe cap were nol
guffldentl) strong t'< reuse tbe csp to explode
even bsd lbs boa been opened He says lo-da>
that a cloaet exsmlnstlon revesled th- fad thai
the i.bantam would have worked bsd lhe
bog been "i. 1 and he a id*- thal Hie cartridge
In Ihe boa rontslned enough nitroglycerine to
have killed wh -ever .<i.i the boa and ty hsve
. gal darna*1 i the . *hnni ellei le
Priii*. N'.>\ 2'i Th- I'.-i nial. Lml. assv hr.s n..t
been Instrui led to rnmmunlctMB with lhe Pren, h
?;.-..-inu,.-nt concerning the pscksgea and let?
tera from Orleans it is expe ted that these
will be aenl lo tbe Prench pollee The Rue
Bout long. Orleans, where ibe lettera appsrently
were dated, does nol exist, and noboaj named
li.-, ha nt .-a u ran be found In tbe .ity Tbe
perenna wno posted th- revolutions*") pls< it I
in Orleans are believed lo hsve s-nt the Infernal
machine* The police think I hst iii-*.' persons
ime fr..m London, snd merely pssatd through
NOBE THAN Tlinil i PEOPIJ. MI I.LD.
M-A-l tOfJt RAILWAY ' ..ill*-!.is MW. Ult. AX
- Till. \S Cl I li \..l. 'I AK I'S IT I'.i
Rome. Nov j*. Neara h..* reached this city nf B
terrible rsllroad scctdesl Issi nlghl al Melao, a
in L.mi.ar-iv. twelve miles northi isl "I
Milan Tero trait., an espress from Milan foi
Venice, and :. freight Iraln, laden with Inftam
mable material, came into collision isl _uts.de
Melao. The wreel rt on fli by the llghti
>.n th- train, nial B Icu I lhi- ?*? ? n- followed, .-'-v
? r.,i passengei mort Instantl) klRed, srhlle other*
were pinion* I by i Pl Baines
r rapidly snd In ? -ian time the beal a
Intense ths. .kl approach the burning
i m Th. -rle* ?( th- dying snd lhe wound*-*)
were hes rt rend lng bul ll wa? Impossible to
them, Troops were dispatched from Milan lo std
In Mi- work nf n o
lt li expected ilia, lhe deaths will exceed thirty.
Mos! -f the |..-,*...c Mn- I were emigrant* on Ihe
way t" ? steamet which wai lo convey ihem
- t>> ocean li will lie Impossible '?> Llent If y
many <>r the rl*-sd, their i.? ii> -? having n. n burnell
ti. | crisp Half Ibe li .In iras burned, bul 'I
postal - ir wai ?- ? '? Doctors w, nt to the
>.r the wreck from Milan and othei places, rand dbl
much !?> alirvlst. tbe - iffei li gs ol the I
Ah *-....n a*- |Missib|e all the Injured wei ? r*?mov?*d
,.. tbs h--iiii^i al Milan T..-i.> ihe hospital ha*
been beal*??.?. i by i? i ms who had relative oi
fi :? id* on lhe nain and who havi ? il heat i fi int
tn. in lt i* thought that many of lhe Injured will
Several members i.f lhe Chamber of Deputies
were ..,, ihe ? pn - train, and dlspntches front
th-m are arriving al the . bamber, reporting theil
safety and briefly describing the fearful scene*
att. n Ung tbs dlsaater.
? -? . _
Ol TRBEAK OP CH H i.i:\ ai TENERIFFE
bl.Yl.NTV I li.HT CASKS AM, TUT.I.Vi: Milli,*
RI PORTED iv ONE i,AV.
Hants Ores de Teneriffe, Nov. 3^ During ths
In*, twenty-four hours there were sixty new meeti
of .h..leia nnl ten deaths fruin tbe disease here,
At ('andelarlu, a pori on Ihe east coast of Ten?
eriffe, eighteen new cases snd two death* were re?
ported during the sam.- period.
ITALY'- (A I'.i Ni I r\l;n ally POBMED.
HOMOR EANARDEIXI REPORTED TO ll WI
CHOSES I I\T. OF Ills i itl.l.l A ins.
London. MOS, lb \ dispatch from Lome ggyi
that theag MlnJatera ar reported lo ii,\" accepted
portfohoa meier /.an.tideiii. wh... besides th- Pre
rn .i iiip, especta to hold lbs Ministry ol the In
Tl ? in KIDNEY RONNINO.
I i.i. n Affairs (tll'HEHI'K BARACCO.
M ,i f JEN KU AL I'KIMBIIAN'O
I cac. PIETRO \ A'N'HRI.LI
Agrleultun rit.w.'LS.-i. COCOO-ORTU.
A di-j.atch to ih- L'nlted Press Hom Lome aayi
thal iii- frc..ls of ngnor QlollttL who ri
the Premiership lasl weah, state lhal Blsno** Tan
longo's ii..minali.rn ns Krnatoi me decided upoi
bj si^iioi Xanardelll, noa Presidenl ot the Cham
ber "f Deputies, who hsa been summoned bj Kia,
Humbert la form ?< Ps bine t, and Kljgnor Qrlmsldl
Mini stet nf lhe Treasury, in Signor Olollttl's fat
Inri 'lin. 1-iisii.n wa* made, ii is said, by Kani i
delll and llrtmakll whl> thej were dining al Tan
longo's h..us.-. Newspapers supporting Olollttl pul.
?? letters front Kanardelll t.. Tantonan in whlel
th- former a.ivis-- the latter to aubsUfis* member
of the press lo support he. candidacy, signor Tan
longa was Oovernor >.f tbs Bancs Romans sac
1 was arr.st.-.i on the charge or complicity in th.
j fraud-. His trial befofi the Aaatae Court, bowevei
resulted kn bia acquittal.
The publication "f these letters has caused eon
slderable comment. Other scandals are threatened
nn.i every on- in political ur, i.? anxious to lean
who will be impiic.it. i.
SEPARATION OF PRIRCI AND PRINCMH
London. Nov. .9.-A dispatch from Parla to th
l'nlte<| pr"?a anya that more than a year as*'
bitter quarrels occurred lietween Prince OotOBS
and hla wife, the *tr-p-dau?rrhtT of .lohn \V
Mackay, when the Princ.. no bbl friend*, .ay
objected to what ba termed big wife'* over*food
ivs* r,,r society. Six .*?? seven weeba ,tK" ttl
Princes- left h.-r huaband and wenl i<> eta* wit
her mother at tbe H-r. | Brighton I'arlr*. H-r de].ru l
ure left the Prince without funds, and he sold som
of hla boreea and carriage*. A ' w-.l-knowu Amen
cnn banker boughl twa. ..f the lc rr.-- On Nov.-m
b?r 1 ih- Princ- nM all the furnltur- al his h.,na
Nu. N Av.-nuc du Bola de Boulogne, and tranaferre.
the lena* tn Theodore Marburg, B rich America
from Baltimore, When the -ale* were complete
Prince .'..lonna went ti) the Motel Campbell, wirer
he remained two days, an.l then lefl I'arls fo
ADMIRAL STANTON ON Till* STl-AMI'l
London, Nov. 2!>.~Admlral Stanton, who waa rr
lleved of the cominan.!, of the American Kout
Atlantic aquudron for saluting OW Inaurgent A.l
mlral Mello,' arrived on the steamer Thamee a
.Southam:.lon from njo .lan-dro on November IS.
He |#fi Southam pt on for Mew-York on the North
?ermin Lloyd Steamer Bprce, which sailed OS No*
v -inlier ii.
GREAT sirri:i:iN ?; at ki chan.
-lAT.Iti: fcTORNg IDD Ti, TH'' MISERY OP TH<\SF.
wi;., RsCAPCn TMr. r.Mtriiiji \kis.
London. Nov. 29.?Furrher advices rnr-ardlns the
awful disaster ai KoehSO, the town In Northern
I' ri i which v.rs recently destroyed by un earth?
quake, Whl n UAW per*.ma lost their livea. s-how that
110 ahocba were felt fr..m November 17 until Ko*
Vember -'I. i,n that date heavy lain nnd snow
j st,urns ott in. aral added to th ? mi*,-ry of the
i survivors. Must of these who escaped when the
town waa destroyed on the night of November
I u tici fur aa fe ty to th.* adjacent mountains but
! after a tine- returned rm.I encamped on th.* level
j ground near where the town had Blood. Skin
j and ,,rh'r tent* were s.-t up. and In the.**- the sur
I .Ivors ar- living. Everything they po aeaaad was
destroyed, and had lt nol been for those living tn
Ihe valley near Buchan many of th*m would have
starved i- death. Th- inhabitants ..r the towns
and villages have supplied the survivors with pro*
Vlstons and hav- done all in their power to ulle
rtats their sufferings
\\ .mm-*. A'iivnv in fran r.
?.l.iM.-i** MADE ANT, RXPT-CWIVI > HEISKD IN
MS U-ITI.I.I - '-TA'nl.l'TlOXAltV
PIN' Villis |J| PARIS
Pails, Nov. 29.?Tn searching the houae of the
modeller i.'harregon in Marseilles to-day the police
found a door hidden bi bind a pile <>f old iron in
the workshop. This door opened into ? tunnel ex*.
tending ilxt; fiv< feel under the street In the
tunnel lay i parcel containing safety fuses, tubes
..nd several sorts of powder, The powders were
submitted to an egpert, i'harregon, who has long
been suspected -.f peing rm gnarchlst, was arrested.
To the examining magistrate iv said thal tba
paree] had been committed t<> his care by the
Anarchist lloasj snd ' i,: wife lt..ss-.- and hi* wife
were arrested within sn hour, in iheir house rhe
police found inna tubes and fuses .nd chemical
apparatus. Itossy's wif>- admitted that sh.- gave
th.- parcel t.. i'harregon, i.suss she feared the
police would parch ber house M tlaasend, the
expert who examined the powders, uld that they
,?.r. highly 'lanifer',ii*. Several of them are such
aa ..r.- Hued in making dynamite,
Many revolutlonarj placard* ears poated in thia
clty early thi* morning hy Anarchists,
?.r.M'i.'M, I.F. CAMPOS AT MBLUJ.A,
UT, I- I .MT TI!, s OM TO ATTACK TIIK RIV
nu* win, ARE iM'.i:"\itl\'. i'll; .
STOUT ItKRtfltANl l
M. lilla. Nov. -"?' Th- RtJBana ure strengthening
Heir positions lind ure ready lo malle a stanch
'a.,..- when th.* spa ula rda advance. Th.- Bpaa*
l*h troups continue t" arrive. Twenty-thi ,;? tt-i\
erals are slr* idy here
i...nd.ul Nov :?.. "Th- Times'' correspondenl in
Madrid aaya that Oeneral da I'ampos ha* received
M.ii.s Araaf it Uelllla. and hus rejected all his
propnoala for s trace and opening the market,
tleneral i'ampos ls expected t.. sdvance upon the
lt Iffls na s. on
II.LNLSS Of MUS. DI. A U.-'ToNK
i..iiii..n. Nov, W.?Mrs Qladetone, wife of the
Prim. Minister, ls suffering frum n a?v.-re attack
ol Influents. .**h- has been confined to her I>*-.| for
two da) -
PRAOMEXTfl OP NLW.** PROM EPROPB,
landon, Nov. .? ?Sir Winiam Vernon Harcourt,
Chancellor uf ihe Exchequer, and his wife will dine
with tn.- i"u.en ai Windsor Coatle to*nlght, and
will remain ai th- feat le until to*morrow.
Paris Nov 9.- Th- defest of ali the favorites
ai tn.- ii,,;, d- <?. iomi.es h..rs.* ran* yesterday ?u
. ?? I i'i. ? Who lei loat their Inoney that
rented th-lr spite anon the horses, peke)*
..ni owners The moto Nell .iwytm waa hu in
ttl* eye viii, a atone, and badly injured. Mer
-wier was ? ? v r-lv handled Itefiire tte- mob cull
do furtbei hann gendarmes dispersed lt.
Vienna Nov. tt .'unit Kstnoky, Imperial i't.m.
Minister, v h.. has been Visiting In Univ, tc.lahls
..' Mongs where he sos King Humbert, returned tu
\ lenna t hie morning,
i...n.i..ti. Sn-.-, -i a dispatch to th.* Rbchasgi
To..', ipi. Company from Parla says thai th- sit
uah .c h. Madagascar i* srrloua Prance h..- aenl
j. tor tu Tamatava t" watch French int-r
I .i.l..,.. No. M.?Il i- understood thal Mr
Seaton will receive from the executors ol rlr.- ??*?
le of tri. lat- Abington Hurd the sum >.f (l.<?-? ir
Uk-men< -r ida sctlon against ih-m r..r his com
a -. urina ihe !? tui n of a check foi
ren '?? Mrs Lanstry by Laird. Th! i* (CM
less than w.i* promised to bim for getting Hi.
London, Nov _b?"The l.iv-n.i rourler." shiel
announced lhal Hugh McAlmom was aboul I.
marr) the I-chess ,,< Marlborough, formerly Mi*
Hamersley, ..? New*York, Usa been requested b)
Mr, M> ah.it t- deny the report, and will do rn
in its ti. \t lasus Mt McAimont is ti.amai
? ?: I in la . w inner -r iii- Derby thi* yt u
\ .. .-., Ti.e t.e.i.11 commission ap
pc I In lhe Relchsralb lo consider the runditloi
..f .'Tan |.t xliiced hy the Caech excesses In Bo
hemla approved to-.li v. b) :. vote ..f |] to i;, th.
-trite cf |.-tt\ *i- ;>? lu I.il?
la.clui. Nov. 9 The Berlin correspondenl of th.
Central Nea ssys there are ISOW . iaes of in
fiuenxa In Altona, MW In Hsrbun*. llanover, an*
...i??i in Rt. Paull, a sub url, ?.f Hamburg. In al
three plai ?? th. epidemic ls spreading.
Madrid. NOV ."' investigation has sh .wu Mu
ther sre more than MW Anarchists in Uarcelona
i'n- hundred of them ar- regarded ..- desperat.
.I,,,i.i.t.-i * The Alcalde of Uarcelona la now ben
eekint iii- iSovernrrtent's cona.-nt to the formatloi
of a vigilance Pommlttee of I.MN members.
Merlin, Nov w. The laro Trench spic* srreatei
on the Knglish yacht laseel off Kiel hav- pe
titi.>n.-d the l'.in|?:..r to pardon them, ll- has re
tu eil, nn the tr-und th.ii it will be Impossible t.
?ct until aft.-r th.-y aiu.il be sentenced.
i:m sn Aimil EUROPE
M ? i-iin- Smith, the Borgia In the f.imoaa graend
poisoning case ai Edinburgh in is.*.;, has just die.
at Melbourne, li-r trial excited Braal Interval no
al-.n- ..win'; to ber Social position, but also to th
purely . Ircumatanttal nature of the evidence, whir!
was ..f Huch a character thal while lr u.i* In
adequate to legally OOnvlCl her. lt left no doubt ll
to her g lilt, a aentlmenl t<? which the Jury nave ..*
presslon by lhal mosi unsatlsfsctor) ef all ver
db ls, "Nol Proven."
Descended from Kings*?Aaasbg the poatmen a
III- AU niall lOWn of l.i'iiilx-ii; is a certain .lo*"|.i
Jagellon, who ls a lineal descendsnl In the dire.'
i".f ih- Kings of ih- Jsgellon Dynasty, wh'
occupied tic throne ,,t Lui.md from th- beglnnlni
ol th- fourteenth until the end <>r tbe slxteenti
centurj'. Jose;ih performs his humble dutlea in th
.il unobtrusive .md self-satisfied manner, nn'
i. nih received a silver m.dal from in- Oovern
meal ..s a reward f-r his long gnd merl tor k>u
service, lt was thi". lid.cl. that attracted att.-n
Hon to ni* royal sneestry,
Naval I'..-. i and Soldiers' Lum A eonsldei ril.l
di ff. i nee "t "pinion appeara ta exist between th
naval and military authorities of Orsa) Li it..in wit
regard lo lhe relative merit of spirits and I.i
The Admiralty le's lately damed that the dall;
I-.-...- ,,f ultu '.. seamen on hoard ships ls Injurlou*
ni hos substituted an allowance of beer in it
stead, much tn ths dlsguat >.f thc tara, The Wu
..ill.-, i.n th.- other band, har* s-eri lit to aband"
Us js.s.if I.r t.( th- troops In favor ol' ration
of rum, and. think* io thia difference of optnlot
th" soldiers, when on board troop ships proceedln
to India or other foreign stations, receive allow
ni not only of rum, hut of beer as well.
Club Die Paid by the State -The I'nitliah Trr.v
ui\ hiv been Called to hook In the House of Torr
nv.na for nuthortatof the payment of thc club sui
BCrlptlon of Slr .lulund I'anverr*. ab official of th
India nih... whose dutlea keep him moat of hi
time In the city where the club In uueatlon i
located, lt haa 'been explained, however, that th
subscription was authorised fur the purpose e
providing Mir .Inland with sn office in the nelghboi
hood of the Hank of I.nnland. In the manner leal
expenalve to the Oovernment This principia mlsr
be extended, and po-aibly ll might be more econorr,
cal atm to shut up ttie varioua Government onie*
In the Old World and la the New. and to dlatrlhut
the Official- .rr. ng as many of the principal dur
aa would consent to rec-lve the -subscription (
their dfes direct from tba national treasury.
To OBATT A BLASBRt BALLOT act
Pursuant to the resolullona adopted by (he rot
ference <.f reform orgssissllasa held at the eil
club on Wednesday. Nove_sbef --. arbes the chaii
man was authorised IS appoint a committee ,
liv.- to draft a blanket ballot act embodying t.
essential principles <.r lbs Massachusetts sygtet
for presentation to tbe Le?l?luture, the chalrraai
I'.ust.iv ll S. hwab, baa appointed the following mei
ITharlcs Kr. d.rl.k A.lama, repreaentlnK the Kef..ri
?'lui-; John Fennel, the New-.ork Cittgena* Demo,
racy; Mort liner C, Addoma, the Republican (Tul
Lewis L. I .elalie. I, and the chairman, representln
tli" i'Hy Club. ?. v.i. v
The committee will draft a hill baaed on the Mar
aachua-tta system and will lay lt before the coi
ference, which la to be called together tu consldi
the draft before lt i? Anally adopted.
THE WAXING LEHIGH STRIKE
CONFERENCES WITH STATE ARLITRATORS.
piti-sinnsT \vn.nrirs ulihutcx- off 'claim
say that so BAB as Tin: COMPART is
COXCI'RM'.DTIir. .STIUKF. ls RXOBO.
IBT T-LROKAPn TO THE T-tnr!*K.)
Philadelphia. Nov. 29.?The Lehigh Valley of?
ficials In this city stated thia afternoon that so
far as thp company ls concerned the strike ls
virtually at an end. They said that the move?
ment of traffic had almost returned to Its normal
condition, and the places of nearly all the strik?
ers had been Ailed. Tiff I*Tlf*Menl Hartshorne
stated that the Improvement in the situation
had been so great that In all probability (Jen?
eral Manager Voorhees would not deem lt neoes
j sat;,- to keep him informed by wire of the day's
doings Mr. Voorhees went to Bethlehem this
morning, An official said:
"Mr. Vo6rttess*a trip to Bethlehem to-day is
probably the last he'll take. Henceforward he
will be In Philadelphia, lils future absence
from Bethlehem means that things are running
so smoothly that his direct supervision ls no
longer needed. Since the Swanwick-. I. station
hus been closed many applicants for work hnve
been besieging the offices In the Termlnel Build?
ing, but Ihey are not being hired, for the com?
pany has all the men lt wants."
Mr. Voorhe***. before his departure, said:
"From rny standpoint the strike ls practically
over. We have now nothing to do but to or?
ganize our forces."
The Brotherhood leaders who nre conduct?
ing the' strike from this city emphatically
stated that the strike was not off. and that
the question of calling it off had not been con-.
Hid. r-d. At midnight last night and again this
morning the Brotherhood leaders had a COO*
ferenoe with the committee of strikers who
hsve beep managing the strike at WHl-esbarre.
ChstrmsnClsrk stated that the Wflkesbanv
committee had visited here simply to discuss the
situation. Mr. Clark said further: I do not
mani it understood that we would not consider
favorably any fair proposition that would he
made hy anybody In a position to make on.*
The New-Tork and New-Jersey Stab* Boards of
Arbitration are In conference with Mr. Wilbur
to-day. We have seen the members ot tbs
boarda and hav.* mu.le ..ur statements Ut them.
I presume they SIS going to get a similar state?
ment from the president of the company. If
the boards should open up a solution of the
difficulty that is fair to these men it will cer?
tainly be very carefully considered.'*
The members of the New-York and NfW-.I.r
sey Boards of Arbitration held a conference
with President wilbur, Tirst vice-President
Sayre and (Jeneral Manager Voorhees at the
Lehlgh Valley Railroad office lb Bethlehem
this afternoon. Thev arrived In this city shortly
after ti ..'clock to-night ami proceeded at once
to the Bingham I Ions-, where th.y mel tba
strike lenders President Wilbur's ultimatum,
which the arbitrators brought erith them, S"Sa
given to the representative! <>f the strikers for
their consideration. It reads as follows:
Mr. L. 1'. Will ur states the position of th- Le?
high Valley Railroad Coaapaay to be as follows:
The company screes to take bad-: as many of
Its old empl lyes as lt can lind pisces for with?
out any prejudice on account of the fact that th-y
struck, or that th.-y ur.- connected v. uh any labor
orKuntr.atli.ii: ihat when In the employ of the road
committees from the various classes of employes
will be received aa -tated In the bulletin "f No?
vember 21, an.l their grievances considered and
instil treated, and that in employing men in th
futur- ihe c.mpanv will nive preference to form-r
employes, when the strike Ih declared off.
The strike leuders and arbitrators were to?
gether until nearly 8 o'clock, and when they got
through talking the latter left here for th-lr
homes. The arbitrators declined to giv- out any
statement with regard t.? the probable outcome
of their* effort to mediate between the oppoatng
aides merely eaytng that their labors were at
President Wilbur's ultimatum lg simply a re?
iteration ..f th** position he assumed shortly sf*
ter Ibe strlk- began.
The Orievsnce Committee scattered t.,-night.
i'.rand Master Sargent of thc firemen went to
Buffalo; S-.retary Arnold of the llremen v.-nf
10 Sayre vin Jersey City: Aeetetant Chief foung*
son of the engineera wenl to Berth Amboy,
thence to Huston, and ('.rand Master Wilkin* i
of Ihe trainmen went to Wllk-sbiric Chair*
lunn Clark, who is (-rand Chief of the Order ..f
Kallara* Conductors, will remsln at the bead*
Wllheebarre, Nov. tt.? i'nder tl,.* protection
of tb.- Coal and Iron Boll?, the company eon*
linnea t<> move perishable freight. Al . o'clock
to-night twenty cara were sent M'eslward. The
st rt kera -toncede this, but the railroad officials
say thal no leas than fifty esra bound east and
west were tsken oul of tbe yard here during
the 'lav- The following telegram from John
11 Li?, chairman ot the>Grtevsnce Committee,
n-.w iti Philadelphia, where be wenl to au. nd
a conference to-dsy, was r.Ived t..-night:
Stand Brm and united. Hold the fort. It ls
The Central Kallroad of Ncw-.I.-, s-v aplked
down their switches cnn.-, ting with the Lehigh
Vail--, tracks here lo-day, and will not ttatrsiV*
any of the Valley freight until the -trike ls over.
1'ottsvtlle. Nov. .a. -At the Belan., head
quarters of the Lehigh cosl region lines matters
?bowed an Improvement More cal and frelghl
was handled to-.iay than in any one dsy ginee
the strike began, bul the bualnesa moved ls not
yet more than a third of ihe regular nounal
amount. Several wrecks took pince on the road
late last night. Two occurred nt White Hav. ti.
uv., near I'lttston, ..ne at Routh Wllkeeberre and
two al Hazlet.m. No llvea were lost, but the
damage to the companys property will be
hesvy. There have been IM sensations to re?
port except the souping of th- tracks at Tania
neild. This gives trains considerable trouble
Th.mpsny ls determined to break up this
practice, and to-day there were more Coal and
iron Police aloin? the road than at any time
sin? the strike began.
stoned BV FBIEXD8 OT THE STRIKERS.
IM'I.I'VSWT l_CPF.kIF.XCKH OP RMPLOTF.S ON
THF. LEHIGH V M.l rv Ik AI g? -A RV MOB ,
THAT Till'. Ml N WI ll. Itl'TI'ltN
TO WORK TO-DAT.
There was some violence yesterday In the neigh
borhood of the Lehigh yards in Jersey city. Th.
acta of violence were imt .lone by strikers, how?
ever, but their friends, the employes of the Jersey
The Boned of "Oregory'* detectives nnd rsllros4
m.-n who brought n Lehigh freight train Into Jereel
City at Idl a. m. ha.l an unpleasant experience
Th.-y were stoned at many places, an.l at the Cen
iral bridge, over Newark Hay. ut Avenue A, Hay
onn<\ were stalled nearly four hours, and alert
pelted by the crews of every Central frelKht trait
which pa.I The train left South Plainfield a
?'.li. guarded by fifteen of "Gregory's" detectives
gader "CSptSbl" Wilson. The detectives -iv tim
they were stoned by the crews of every Centra
freight train which passed them, and by Centra
employ ea al every station. As the train approache.
the cust shore of Newark Hay a couplltiR-lroi
broke and the train parted. lt was recouple.!
but before lt could get off tba 1 ridge two mor'
couplings broke. Several Central freight train
passed meantime, and their arawa .toned the La
high trainmen and guards. Wh.-n the Lehigh trail
wa* recouple! for the third time the discovery wa
made thal the locomotive's water-tank was entlrel;
empty and the engine was us>de>:s.
James Chester, the engineer, and his pilot starte
for the OestlsTa telegraph office in Hay
onne, near the bridge, to send for another engin.
but the sight of the Central men about the statlo
msde them apprehensive and they returned to th
engine. The conductor refused to go on. "Captain
Wilson, four detectives and the engineer ani plk
went to the telegraph station. Wilson said th
operator declared that he didn't care whether h
sent the message or not. After a long delay h
SSVe them a return message scrawled so that non
of them could read lt. The operator finally read th
message as an Inquiry about their engine Wilso
answered that their engine was "dead" and the
must have another. Then they went back to the
An eastbound Central train Btu! a t__b_s__ Inl
were blocked on th-; bridge by the stall*?! tr a
They hacked up and crossed on the other tr. r
Th- westbound Central freight trains ha.l sly _5S
near the bridge, and their crews were sun-iM__* .. Il
moue-. nie ..-.uki. men noticed that __-!__ ,
tral freight trains started toward W? brtdsTtUh
were secreted. The Centra men took a.i_!.,,,. K
their position and hit several of th ?nl"KV
ll the Lehigh men Say tha, thL n'>,,"UI\i
e of them were hurt serious y W"r? hl
u'..r. nan.... ... .?-- . .""?}.
WHY PEOPLE WORRY
Its ('-?. t leii-ly Kmplnlned aad the Best
tVny of Avoldlna lt Revealed.
'Tho ??ait smniner and carly fall have been periods et
worry, of can' mid < \haiw<l \ 1 "olIty i-a'i*ed by the strains
lu. ll. nt to business."
Ti?< speaker wm rn i.ronilnent man. Continuing, he
said: "Till* has naturally >au*.<l in'a tr, beeoaM run-down,
ii- rve!."?* ana really unable to |ir?|K-rly attend to In-mucus.
Mut till* lu not all. M-t,'* worrie* lieiome a woman's
Horries t?'rau*e ?f u r mopttnt iittmtlv |*.>wcw mid sj-tn*
t.i'liv with gMSftMag tlirrt ian nu* hr hu*-and, her
brothers or lier lover. All thc**, thlnrr. eau**' greal e?.
-SaaH-S, and if I* not MgpMafl t__l pli.v*l.ian? -.pori
ii HBM ot wea kt)"** -a l.t. li Les not b<*en known la-fare (or
"K l? tree tim", our ilniii.-iril tr.nbl.? are largely over,
I ii* iii.- q -tei. d- billillie.- gp to thc ...Hillturn aud tone
or six BSSSbl aro. lt I* cvldc'it ih;it tl,!*, can only bs
.lone by the .-oreful :. id *>\ -t>mali, aw of som" purs,
li-nl'li-'ii! iitlm. life(.'Kite Mlniiili-nt, and this na be
lanai asl* in timi ptotA prepaiaNas efclek ha* -t.x.<i um
lea.af a scare >.f ftais, Dagy'a Nat 'i?:t Whiskey."
The above wor.l* ass mi", and they should l>> .arcfuUy
.-n-ixldc-ed by all. If-ttfng BBS BVCt -'lurill'-d thi* pure
iiicrti. Inal arfelakey for IglMlag uh and lestsriag the health,
?' u-t.'d tr. ii'th an.l vitnllrv. Lro not for a moment rim
-Mr it lil.c or lmary ??-lilckl.**. and da not bi" deceive*
Iv any denlc." v. ho may t ',1 von .... li lia* no equal, and
i* wm bi of the great p..pi lardy which i'. ??.*?<*-;<??..
on the road. The y._rd.mister. Lamb expected te
send out oth?r trains In the Bight There was DO
iieiny to pg eas mar trains
.I.V ASTI-sllEEIlAS MACH IXE
Tin: iT.i'.vii.\M? iu'.vhx uv v priti wt tin.; itt
oi;i:amzvti')\ in \vi:>tki;n ni-w-y wk.
Buffalo, Nov. B o-r-cinl).? To-day's indications
are that tba Cleveland Democracy of this city ls
likely to ateet with asea potted abataclea in carry?
ing out Its plan of relieving I.I'Utenant-< iovemor
Bbeebsa and his foMo-wera nf the control of the
psrty organlastlon her.-. Lste last nlsht the flrat
Step of the I'l.-velan'l men with this object In
vi-w wns nanda public. It contemplates the broad?
ening out of the present cleveUin.l Democracy ot
i:uf_uU> ami Basking it the Bestial psrty organization
for Western Xew-Vork. To brlsg thbl about lt ls
proposed to c_naoHd*te il'.-' oreeenl i'loveland
Democracy of Buffalo and tbe Brie County Homo
u-.iie Democracy Into one general organization, lt
will be known us m. i"..-/eUml Democracy. There
win 1..- a Qenernl Committee composed of one mem?
ber from .-very w..r<! tn Buffalo ami from every
town in Brie county. Prom this committee will bo
selected iii- Oeneral Executive committee to take
cMari;.- .,r au campaign work. Thus th- followers
of Hie Administration have planned a complete po?
llilia! m.ci,in- ..r their ..wu. Through lt tney hops
to take from Ueuteru-nt-Qovernor Bheehsu his
present dommetloa of ad local nomination* and
Tbe ni,',liar Oeneral Committee of the party for
1**1 already i* elected, and it l? a Sheehan commit*
tee throughout, lt will control all local nomina
li'.ns u"Xi year, bo the Cleveland men cannot h*re
any vole.- in selecting the candidate to succeed
Mayor Bishop or f..r arv of the important .-lily
Offices to !>?? "llled n-xt fall. This makes probable
a repetition of this year's three-cornered light. In
which the Republicans should elect the M-lyor,
Controller. Commissioner of Public Works Treas?
urer and other important city offices BS well as
a Republican to sw.I Representative Daniel N.
Lockwood In thc XX XI ld District.
MBTTBSIXO A SBOBOAXtSATtOB PLAS.
The committee appointed to consider a new plas
>f orgaalsatlon for the Republican organization of
this city held another meeting yeeterdsy, aad .ila**
cussed the Unlshlmr iou. h.-s of tlie flan which has
been though! l.v them to be the most feasible?*
modification of the Philadelphia Election Dl.trlct
system. Thi* pian has been discussed In The Trib
Une al l>'iik''li from lime to rime. No report haa
yet been given OUt, and BOSS will be for some
Ti) CHOOSE ff SKILL'S oTCCBSBOR.
IIarri.-l.ur>.. PeSSL, Nov. W. ''overnor Pattison
has lsf.ii. <l g will for B special election to be held
in th.* lld Congress District ..n Tuesday, December
is to till tbe vacancy caused by the death of
charles ON. 111.
Hoiv aw msc.il is ORTAIXRR.
From The Spokane Review.
A speclm.-n of peculiar clay found near Oreen*
wood c. net.rv was exhibited at Fass-tt's assay of?
fice yesterday, with the Information that some had
expressed tba belief that lt contained aluminum.
"There ls un erroneous Idea arith reference to
aluminum." th- professor saki. "While it is true
lhal alumina i.a present In ;:il clay and nearly all
..ur.ntr> rocks, th. re ls bo process known for
extracting it from ela) aa a practical commer?
cial proposition. The obstacle not v. t overcome
i* the presence of silica, srhich ls reduced as a metal
with th.- aluminum, rendering lt brittle and unfit
"All the aluminum prod-i.I for commercial pur
MBea is from cryolite and beauxtte, the former com?
ing norn Greenland, rivi the bitter from the Al?
legheny Mountains and oiler places, cryolite ls
a mineral having the appearance .,' alum. Beauxlte
ls a brown mineral resembling line sandstone."
THE WEA I HIE EEl'OET.
\ COLO WA VF Tiv\ tm.l\ ; r\-T\v..v.n
Washington. Nov. *?.?The depression wlftx was
central over lltlnota this naorsbig has moved wildly
northeastward ami is now central north of Lake
Ontario, attended by briak and hi^h winds in tha
low.-r lake i.i.*i,,n. .\ second depreealoa of mod
erate energy is central eeee colorado uni an ares,
of unusually high bolometer covers the Northers
Ko. kv Mountain districts. Ugbl showers have oc?
curred 'lining the da>' in tin- .nu.. Vallee and the
lake regions, ami light snows are reported from the
Dakotas. Minnesota and Montana. The arestber con?
tinue, falj on the Atlantic Coast and in the South?
ern Stat.--., it |s warmer generally throughout the
re-ions -asl of the Mississippi and In Central Rocky1
it i* decidedly colder bi the upper Mississippi and
Missouri valleys and In the extreme Northwest, it
i* from l" i" n degrees '.?? low aero In Northern Mon?
Tin- moderate cold wave which ls now over the
central valleys arlll extend eastward over the Ohio'
Valley and the lower lake region ano Middle At-.
I.intlc Cast, attended by .baring and freezing
weather to-morrow night. The cold wave In North?
ern Montana will probably extend southward over
the Middle Slop.- on Thursday.
rota:.-vsT is uit.ui, i-. .rt t.,-i<ay.
POT N.vv-P.ni;'. .ti.!, light S-SWSrs, lebswaj hy clearing
aad .Mr wailc-r. pr..i.al.le cl..oin- .arly In the day;
triads shifting to west with incieasm-r fore...
r..r Ra si sra N-w-Voik, Baatste Pennsylvania. New
.l.-i's. y an.l l.elaware. . loll.iv ? .-ai li-r aili ptihal'ly llfcht
?hosrers in tbs mqralBg, followed by ebaring aad prob?
ably fair arssUiei In tb. afternoon; much colder north*
w.?, winls a,ul a aio'lei.ite ...... I wave.
tot tie* District <>f Columbia an.l Maryland, threaten
in?t weather sad poastbt) local showers In rd.- early tooram
lng, followed by fair sad mu. h cl.l.v weather an.l a
moderate ould wave. Tbs temperature will tall to -boot
treeslag Tbanday ni.ht: northwest winds
TRIBUNR LOCAL ul's'r.I'VAT IONS.
In this ilr.iirr.im g continuous white line -hows the
shaama la ptsaaaae ** hattie fad by The Tribune** self.
r_c.ir.iing aaroaaetsr. i'h.* hr..k.-n Iles represents ihe teas*
peralure as observed ut Perry's Pharmacy.
Tenner ORnt, Her. tm l a. m.-ti,.* oxaumot pHtagggp
was mill as s|.iiii.,tlin... Th- UaapinMBlS luiiKe.l Is-twees)
tn tot IO tagassa, the sv tr rags .is'-,, t?-,ng m .i"gT?*ea
blgbsr tiiui on tba rorrmeosdleg .ii\- last year and *_<4
<i. nasa h-ersr than tm Tueisdajr.
Kain fotlewsd by riearing Breather an.l a cold wain
muy be expected in ead near thia .itv to-.lay.
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Y CACt fO wl,h??" l-flhR benefited;
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About twenty five years
??<;?> 1 wasatllicted with a
ilisetuo which the doctors
|irouoiu*..*ed SCROFULA I
was treated by several
remedies, without relief.
i"*"J* reiomtiieiided. and sfter
UKlnr xix Imttles I am now well
.-.u - ,, my "kin la perfeetly clear, and I
KSSd J?,,?mmjr t?*??** fo""o
mhs. yt buck. Lured
Delaney, Ark. w *^ A v Vl
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Atlanta, ? a.
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