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NICARAGUAN PATRIOT
TAKEN ?O BELLEVUE
Dr. Maximo Asenjo Fears His
Enemies Are in a Plot to
Poison Him.
NOTED AS REVOLUTIONIST
Served as Minister to Chili and
Salvador, Now an Exile Here
and Put in Bellevue's
Psychopathic Ward.
i ?iv Maximo Asenjo, a one time
?,?., ilth) Nlcaraguan revolutionist ami
mat hut non an exile, was taken
i.? Bellevue Hospital yesterday f??r <>v?.
ser\*ation as to his sanity, it was said
he ? ? ? mies In Mlcar? j
Ing t?? i olnon him. He
? a cripple from tin- torturi
I " \ - - -'.':'??
. ?i. cam? to thi ; nitt ?l suites -,
rith Dr. I
Fox, ol ?Philadelphia While here an
ira lion m Ni? irai
his ii - n ? hla propei I ?
? - ??? ??. 11 ??ri fri<-n'ls lost sich: of j
lnm and thoughl him dead a ?
? ? el t,> the Industrial H ?ti*.- ol
?Valvation Army in Jersej Clt) f-?;'1
? ? : ii?- r? main?*d there for a
I:
i medlcli
? g i ret months to v ail I i
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Doctoi * *-.?? - i studied li Gern
an?! was graduated it H*
? ? ?. h He v
I the I'niverelty of Paris. ,,i,.i has sev?
; ? ?rary degrees in 1899 h. was
appoint! d by Ft*.t\ led I '?'? ???? I]
matk ?agi tit to S;iivuiv luring
the two years he v I I :
the chair of pathological anaton
i'i thi- L'nlverelty ol Sai B i In
190] h< v. :?s appoint. I Governoi ol
?31 ? ?eon. and a year ?at? -
. ? .;
to ?Chill and Oet*
?..?tin- \m< rican Med h? Id
' ? ? ?.. . .??lie.
The <iir?!??m;uic ability of Di ?> ?
??? - :? in Balvt .
and .''vv that eoontrj and ?Guaten
mten i i wai ? - ? 11 led
S ??. .- -? i ? l r As? njo !" Hon?
? ?,?? aid of i it
Before h? earn out in*? mil
i. . . ?bad ?been killed
When Dr, Joot idadria au ceeded
President '/? g ai
S laragua ii vas planned t?
Dr. Aaenjo Minister Plenipotentlarj to
Germany. Theoemi ?the revolution, led
)?.. General Juan J. Estrsds, PreaMem
riS was .i*iios-0-ci and Or Al
?. ? .n ?political favor,
Afttr this I>r. As? n, -? ng ..
?
ntry, hnughi an island oil thi.
of Nicaragua, and he planned i?? havi
saaatorium, but the government s i
. d him ? f harborlm ? en?
? -. and ht had to fli ? Dr. k\?
it not -.ven up ?hope of ?again being
in fai '?r in Nb ?? : ?at
Major Win ? ?? I ol the Salva?
? ? Ann- H??nit- In J' ?Tsey City, ?
I ?r. .1. L. Medina, a Nlcaraguan friend
living In this city, lisited the doctor in
i ?..? \ue Hoepitt : ? ? -?? rda:.
DEVOY FIGHTING BARNES (
Brooklyn Leader Attempts to'
Repudiate Chairman.
Ileso ? foi the re?
of the leadership of William Ban
. ? ? ? - . ' County Clerk Chi
s?> i;? publl? ai' i? a?i? r <*f the
?th Ai ? District, Brooklyn, In a re
rent ext -utlve committee meeting ol
rgai tloi
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follow.
? !:? t the 1 ...??
? ? ??? of the Count? ? f Kings
eclares th?- Independence of th'
RepoMtean ?tounty organisation from all1
? itaMs mt. i f. renco In th?- coneMoratton of
the proposait, fee fn.?u.n in th<- coming '
municipal < ampslgs.
"Resolved, That the K?:.r? County Re !
publicen organization hereby repudiates
tti?' leadership of the state organisation
11 William Barnes, Jr."
The i.c-\?.s ii at t?.?- ?resolution bad icen
Introduced and ?tabled at a recent meet?
Ing only Naked out yesterday, and no
member of the executive committee csred !
to espeses any opinion last muhi Mr.
i'.vov in.s been showing Progn
leenInga aver risos the st?ht in th<- He-1
publlcaa part*.. When Colonel Roosevelt
i?"it??i the party Mr Devoy, who w.i>
thi-n acting as the chalrmai f ti. ? seen?
tlve committee, resigned. A few weeks
ago he "-?tit a letter to Mr. Barnes refus- '
mg to prepare s ?st (?f the Bull M< ??
n hi> district, an?) tti other weyi since
then h?- Ins shown his Independence ??n'l
an aswMlngness te wort with th. itate
r in purely Iocs! affairs.
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YIELDS TO HARBURGER!
-,?
Dahlgren Returns and Opens
His House for Sheriff.
sh.rirT Hartntrgor dM not find It IM ?"
<8-sry to usr an ax? yesterday to Rain:
ad?risoteo to the hones of Brie B i?ahi-l
glen, at No M2 Madison avenue to n ?
?move th?- furnishings on ? writ of re?11
i u-vin obtained ?by Mrs Loo Dresel i?aiii- ?
i_r. ? . who r.-?sentlj obtained ,-? ?divorce
When Depot] Sheriffs wintere and Mete.
g? r went i?, th?. houes on Tmedaj t?? ?\
ecute the wnt they fennd it bearded up
and in ?the ? ?re of ? protective :ik> ncy
The) planed watchera la charge and
i anned to i>r.;?k In the bouse yesterday
unless ti ? agency op? n. d it
'linn ?intMi? step ?ms mode nnneoeoaar)
i?. ii?e rotors ?-f Mr Dahlgren t-? New
V??rk yesterdav gnd Ins i ? adln, ss t? POT? I
?nit the BherllTs for?es le onrry ?>wt th.ir
orders The writ ?soiled fee prnctfeally
everything of ?slue ?n tli. house, in
: hiding furstture, library, works ..t art
und ?wearing sppsril ??n which vu?- ptsced
? Mllue of fS??MI
Inder the direction <f D?eput) gherlil
Wintern the ?movers took om th.? lighter
irtldes and placed them In vans t?> be
then to a storage warehouse to be ii?*i.i
?>r Mrs Denigren, whoos i? non in i.u
ropg with h. r eight ? hiidr.-n. The hoovler
li-tirleg, laclndtng .-? grand plan.? and ?
ufe. will ic ?removed to-?ia; 1
'ORGANIZE RAILROAD MET
10. F. U. Working Among Sut
way. X" and Surface Employe:
i !rn? al Bobm ?-? ? i. urj ?.f th? ?'? "*?'
F? derated i nlon, r. ?,.? -, ? nil
thai a movement had i- ? n atei I? 'I '" "
geni? employ**? ??f (he ?ubwayt*. ?slevat?
irfece allroada In tins city
The meeting yesterds) ??as attend? I ?
Krairk Morrison. s?-ci etaiv >?f the Amel
? ??i. I'? ?i? ?ration of ?Labor, Hu?h ?fnjrn
?-???n??rai orgeniser, end represente? ?
national local unlona, Th< convention d?
< id' ?i to give special Attention to tlw 01
ganlsatfon ?of for? Ign? i-.i a ?comrali
t? ? waa appointed t.. secure statlKtlca ?
??-.;'.i-.it'v.? number of for? liniers an
?Knglish speaking work?>ra so that orgei
-be put in i)i? Ik Id ?so ?i
POLICE STUMBLeTn LOO"
Church Theft Revealed in Ar
rest for Other Crime.
I I? ut- h nit K. ir. of ih? W? ?I 171 ?tr?
?taUon, v?iiii ?Del? d At Burse < and I.
r on, arrested Moi i s ? iifford 10 yet '
?.f No n Eaet Mil atre? at th?
I fen II] y? at? ? I '? after a Ion
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ghorU? afterward it ?
f th?
er a*ae taken back t< i
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B man a
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m ?ay tl ? ? "' ? '
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YALE "FRATS"' PICK MEN
Elections to Junior Societies
from 1915 Announced.
Sex fit an, Mai ?? ? .
tonight
folio?? - f?om the ??las* o
\ Phi?John V
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Iowa; Robert H
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F.; Herbert
Mara? - ? J< *on M
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Peni ?? Duluth
Minn R ??? I R ??? ?R? dl? K ? ?gston
B? -,. Theta PI i ?i?? in Arthu i tl
"?fee i : ren; Roben '???
'.! !. ? William Amo
.-?i Jos? : Mo '^
k, N. J. ; C h ai M ar
Olyphanl P?
Rudolph foig? i.? Sell? ? w o<l
.-???? ?m Tay
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'ri, N V . if \Y. I?
1er, Brooklyi ?and ilfred < rtei "i oui **,
?Honolulu.
HOLDS RESERVE FUND BILL
Senate Won't Require 15 Per
Cent in Savings Banks.
? r >.?By a vote ol l<
to U no the Senate to-da
(?! II,. I . ? ? V tO I '???
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again for advai
Th? ?.-....
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would !?'.? ? ?n .li
P to th? ft nka In
com? and
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of th? proposed r? ei
? ? ? a metu e of proteci ?
? -. ; . mary thai
equ r. . tain a auf
? {O III? el "?? la-'.llH'l
? - of fln .)?' ...
Senator Pollock asaetted that tir?- avei
.or ? ?;?'?.?? .lift pe? i'i vidual "i the wringt
banks "i the state waa ?'?i?oi.t >". ind
. that deiKittltoni "cared more for th?- safety
;.r.?i aecurit) <?i t >? ?.? ??oeltai i???? In which
i ? ? r ta vingt wert kepi than the) did
: th? I .-. ? ?. ? t the) wou ?i ?one by
.. r. ductlon ?>t one-nail pel cent I
ite "
Th? Mviuga bank la ?!.?? poor man'a
? t.. Invest." declar?*d Senator Palmer,
replying to Benatoi Pollock, "and with
the . ??si .a everything ein ?going up. m
t?r. ?at ratea ihould pa up, nol doare.
WANTS FEEBLE-MINDED
BARRED FROM MARRIAGE
London Authority Declares Race
Is Deteriorating Because Un?
fit Persons Have Children.
|B] T? trip? to The Trlbeae i
Philadelphia, March if?. "Ineanity end
| feeble*mindedneei will eoatJaue to In?
? '? '-?? ' ?si as lonir as institution, foi the
Insane continue to tun? ?mi patienta and
permit them ?to mai : y." Tins eras Um
?keynote of the thought expressed by
Horace .1 Bridges, of Laondoti, al the
Mental Hygiene ? "<?t?f?-r. >n ??? to-day. Mr.
Brldg?t*a la regard?*?d as one oi the beet
| informed men In the United Kingdom ..;?
heredity, and s..m.- ..f his ?remarks wer?
keen thi uets -?t the .???tt ? ?
"The real trouble is." said Mi Bridges,
"thai the b? tter < laea ??i ma ,, \? ho could
bav? health) end normallj mental chil?
dren, don'l ???.at them, and aa a cons? -
quence th? i hlldr? n that are brought Into
the ?*??<?;?! ere undei idaed. midei ?l? ?/? .
oped ai ?i ol en Infei I n quail!) mentally.
Th<- in-. la deteriorating I"h caui ?? the p?...
pla ?? i o ha ? ? hlldi en might nol to have
th.li:
"I', rsona xt ha have leen ? onfined In
sanatoriums end ret? et? i die?
charg? ?.?.i snd then thej go
through llf? end mai i . ?? .! to l? chl
Sten that ?prove mental!) unfit ;.n?i as ?
?res ? It la found thai ?? ra< i of ?i? g?
eratea rs being torced upon ua ell the
tlm? e '.? i. if the ?ra? a tl al ?? aa atartt-d
with the Inmates tr?m the asylnma eras
?guarded against ?.??? ?oui I have ? m?
? h? k egeinst in. system."
?Mr. Hn.it,'.m declared eugenics should ?go
hand In band ??itt? every stacla reform.
il. bellevea that, ;?s .. rhlld Is taught th?
alphabet so n shouM be I i ighl to lay
tl?. foundation of th? things ttial uta Se
elrable i?, pu ? a ?health) huel end and
Wife. II? is a linn !i.?ll??v.?r ?n the.fr? i
<i??i.i ?>r dlvor? ? loi Kurti. i??m reaatvaC and
there is not .-no tgh oi u.
m BAG'S O?D IK
Passed Between State Treasur?
er's Office and Columbus Bank.
JUST AHEAD OF EXAMINERS
Bankers, Ohio Officials, Politi?
cians and Business Men Con?
cerned in Story of Wrecking.
i olumb i*. ? ?hlo, M.-.r? h II s? nsst o? ?
disclosures wi re madi to?dsy In the lnv< s
tlgation <?t' the affairs ??f ihe closed Co?
lumbus ?Bavinga Bank and Tro I Com?
pany, which is being conducted before
Judge George Okey, lifting as ? ma ter
in chancery. Allegation? Involving tw>
?'??i mer stati treasurers, I, B, i 'amei in
M B M ?non, *fn?ci i- of tl ?? bai k
and ? ' ?1 imh * politl? Ian an
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SAY T?MKNS* MAY RESIGN
Friends D?chire Hr Is at Oddl
with Mayor.
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TAXI PRISONERS HELD
Bail of 7 Totals $47,00-0; None
for 3; Others Go Free.
Bevei o| th? thlrte? cged I ih
bandit? round? d up dm in thi last i? w
da) s by the poll? ? were arra gn< d In the
Hai Ii m ' ourl lasl night, befon Magia
i rate Houee, and held In ball ngg ? r ?in..
117.000 to await ?action by Ih? gi ind jur)
Magistrate Pri schl, In ? Ifi i kj Market
i mut. held two ??th. r m . ? - ? i the
gang without bail for examination this
morning At Ihe request if Cteorg* .*-'
I >ough< rty, I leput y ? '?? nmlBi Ion? i. three
ol thi thli teei arr? atei VU rard Bti i
George Thole ?and William llanlon wer<
discharged, as be said Ibal It.vestlgHtlon
had ?convinced him lhal then wai 'noth?
ing on" them.
Among those arraigned before Magis?
trate i lousi a as Jo ? ? ih Tu ? ? . * ho, ?
Poughert) sold wss the confessed leader!
..i the gang All of the .n entered court,
which ws ? eh ared ol spectator! h? avllj
sbackli ?i to detectives.
Taylor and ? "hades r Lobl? ? walvi d I
? xamlnation, but the ?ther live pleads i
not guilty. Ta) lor nill ? ? taki n l.iri I
in-ii.i?, t?i plead t?. .i ? hat ge ot ass I
and robber), In addition to th chai ? ? |
entered against him last night it? iling I
an automobile, having ?? revolver In bis
possession, and assault and robbery.
The llrsl piece ?.r" stolen proper!) i?> !>??
recovered, Doughert) mid, was a 1300 fur
coal belonging to Mn J W. Knright, <>f
Jerse) City, it was stolen several weeks
ago m iront ..f ;i ?Seventh avenu? saloon
b) John < '. Horth, it was ? hargi i. I ?o i| h
rrt) said th. cost wai -.? ind in Ihe poo?
,., salon of Horth's wit yesterds
GOSPEL FOR ESQUIMAUS
Church of England Missionary
Reaches Far Northern People.
Daw son, Yukon Territory, March II -
Christtanlt) hsa been csrrled to the
i,i.,mi Kequtmaus Among tins northern?
most and remotest ... thi whits people
whose existence was repbrted to the civ?
lllzt-il WOHd It) Vllhjslmsi St.-laiisson a
jrear ago the Ret Mr. Fry, s missionary
?,f the Church of England, Is non at
?nlll.
The fact Is reported b) Bergeanl Demp
?ter, ??i the Canadian Northwest Mount? I
Police, wo?, returned yesterday from
Harschel Island I*empatei relates thai
the mlsslonan left i,,r Lambert, In
Union and Delta straits, late last sum?
mer, sccompanled bj four McKenzie
Delta Bsquimaus. His news is the Aral
brought from the An-n.- since then
REBELS AFTER MONTEREY
Large Force Demands Imme?
diate Surrender of City.
?STREETS BEING FORTIFIED
?Mayor Arrested for Promising
to Turn City Over to the
Insurgents.
Monti ?re). Mar? h 19 A large foi.I
r. ?: under V'enuatlsno L'srrsnss, the
rebel).s Oovernoi of cosbulla ?hsvi.?
ndcd the surrender of Monterey before
1 midnight. Thi d mm ?1 was - ? ? from
' V Ils ?; ircla.
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pral Ti -, ? ? '
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thi r? I? '?'< ?-n
ind all i
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DIAZ SB?? P'AI.IAN PEEMIEB
Cal] on Dabi l . ? I Drivet
Throngta Suburbs, of Rome.
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RESENTS U. S. DICTATION
Cuban Senate Records Pro'? I
in Voto on Amnesty Bill.
lia
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form
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?inly to pi
ni ??n and i?? ? ? ? i un oth? i ,???'??
mpltaiu'c with I
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No explanatloi ; I i
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11 . .-?',: ? ?. ? I" i.III... |? i n
i. - against nei an ?iletuthi
even anilous 1
hilt in il ? ' foi m
The s n..'- al ?? *???? d l?? a) on thi
iah ? ti.?? bill ? ? '? i by th?
11.. . . .. itl sins th? 1 i- ??? m t?? m
Mil ii. I ? ? ? ?
i.bit i .? t.. ??i i he rlaln I
th.? mit r of Oi?? .t Britain, Uerm
i ? ,i . . foi dniuagi ??n !?? ..
their nalio ? ?volution ol
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Th?- H ou ?? to ?v. ;? ? wl over thi ?Pre?
hlentlal r? to the bill authorising u ?
i . Slon ? \l> ii?n?;; ??\ ? ' 1 iml ?. - ? .i
;i rompan) t?. conduct the Spanish ball
gam? "t m? .?int .nul hors? rai Ing ?" thi
clt) <?t Havana
President i lotiw ? hi ubot nl ti om II
clt) ??n i nshtng ti ip
'HOME FOLKS'GREET BRYAN
Nebraska Celebrates Birthday
of Secretary of State.
Lincoln, Neb . March I Bat .?. t.. his
Lincoln home f"i the lirai time dnee in?
da) ?after the election ot Woodrow Win.m
t.. the Presid? ncy, W llllam .1 Hi ran ?to
da) received the enthusiastic greetings of
thi people "f Nebraska. Prom th* time
<>f htv arrival tins morning until late to?
nit m Ihe ?Secretar) ??.' Btati was s busy
?man
in the afternoon Mr Ilr) in made s
short address al s Joint session ??t Ihe
Nebraska [?.gidature repeating m part
in?, spi "h i?? ih?. i iiin.it- t., gtslature the
da) before and making .? briet r?f?ren?a
?to "dollar diplomacy" and t>? the attitude
? ? tin v,,\, i nmenl on I hi ? 'him se oen.
To night, at the Lincoln Auditorium,
?Secretar) Bryan vu Ih? guest ??i honoi
at a banquet "i? his lift) ?third Mi II d
anniversary. Othei *.;?? ,i . , were Uov?
?i nor i 'linn?' ??t Illinois ?;??\? ?i1 nt ?Hodge
?i Ksnsaa .?mi Oovernoi Morehesd of
Nebrsshs.
Washington, March II President It'll?
-??II to-night ?sent the followlns leiegram
i?? K'lv-.n Howard In connection with the
? ? h brat Ion ,.i Lin. oln, Neb . ??i the bli th?
da) ??t' the Secretar) ?>i Stati
"Please accept m\ sincere good wlshea
? m the ?occasion ?>t the r-elebratlon of Mr
Riyan'a blrthdaj by the Llncoln-Hryan
? "lub, t cannot tell you what .. , omfoi I
n la i?? m?- t?. know that I am to ha. ??
th.- aid and counsel of your distinguished
t. lion townsman it Is i source ol k? n
ulne pleasure, as well as great advantage
i?? up , t<? i?.- ?asao? lai???! with lum "
CAPTURE BIG BABY WHALE
Ocean City Coastguards Battle
with Lusty Infant.
| l-r ? ? ? Tii.? Ti'1 'in?? I
Atlantic Pity, March It ?United ?State?
?-?-.asi llf-egnards al ???-???n ?"ity battled Ihhl
morning with a babj sp-crm whale thirty?
seven feel long In th? shallow water u?
it street. They captured the whale after
a strenuous tit?ele and moved H ?'ios?' to
st.?.t.?. -shore it was left b) the r??-?-<HnK
?tide. <'r..?v.is ?are leaving Atlantic City
en everj trolly i?. join the hundretts ol
malnlandera who have thronged te to??
?seen* The whale waa Brel dlsrov? ? '
lashing about ?several hundred feel from
i ..r?? i i ? ?member ol tii" beach patrol.
??,..? summoned other ?guaj*<*lfl from ' ?
federal station
'i'h? ? n snn? ?i ? lifeboat and ?gav? i <?
The whale made ??n exciting flghl before
it w.c st? ? r? a li to shallots watei and
t?a.? of the III
, ? sr< re Imo? ;?.? do ? ? b) the blows from
t? II n
r? ?v,,^ two hou ift? the e hale ?\as
II \?,.s landed? Two
? ears ago a mo ist? wl ale * i
,. r th? ame spot.
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DiSPUTE ON GAS MAINS
East River Company Helo Up in
Long Island City.
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Testimony for the Men.
HIS EVIDENCE DAMAGED
Expert Admits Many of His I
Tables Are Worthless for
Comparison.
i I '.i i.? ? ?repreeenting th? managers
of the fifty-four gestern railroads In?
d in ; ?? i.iior controv? re) with Ilse
fir? men the? ? mi o). flnleh? ?i th? i
ilnatlon of the lasl wltiwas foi the
?rt m? n '?? -'? "?i .?j r r. i th? ai Mtratlon
board which le I.ttle th? dleputi m??!? i ;
i n i ?rdman a t took a receei untl
morr?n Th? reili ?ad then ?will b
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of th? ait)
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THE WEATHER REPORT.
(I'liiial get ?>r.| in.I Ion-.??! R isl legt n
Mar. ? is i !.. i.,n, 'n M?. Self r? gtoe ? ?
i....i.., , ..?n ?rsi i -r il n. Wt In? Ma) out i Ihs
? lele, arhlh th?
v.. pieni ? r. ?m la i."?? ? it gsneral
i... ?|.i?.,<...n i?.??.?..?. n th? nppM and ?"'? ' ' ''
Mi. ?-si, ; : \ ..ll.-v Bud 'I'? If'" a? M" rnl ?iri
Thla a??? ?ai?< i- gait? tste-nstve sn?l si??'iii? da
?. lop??.?.. ..i.?i n la follow*?! m ''" Sort
h, n ?told mota thai i eaustiall) ?saver* r.n llvi
. i ? .- ..,, i. ist ?of i'.? Mlasl -ifi"
?m i gen? rail] througl ?at ll* ?uth U?a lout
i. ii .. i.,. , onllmM. :?. rise, ao that th
raadlnga ? ?,. r.- ,.i. noa ronstderabi) abov? th?
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i i -.??.i.?.i era uhei .?Ill prevail ovei Hi??
?.?.. ..i. r imrtlon ?.f ii.?intr? iturlng 'n.ni ? I ?
?ii. i nil..? with rein In eesl and Boutn. ae<
n..? i, rain m hios In th? central ?-all*?] ii I
Mi???A In Hi? N"i I h?? tut
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!...-!. m iinj Mouthers si.il,.> Thursday, l'Ut lin?
cold ?.?..?i,.. n. ii... North si at, .?hi'ii ??m
... ? : tptl n?! il.. ?i 11 -1.11? -I .'? . I'lmi --Im ? ?? ill
raus? h ,i..i'i..i t.?? m ismperetur? In ttlantl?
?t:.i???< I ? v l-'fi- lit ? Blahl ?.i H.?' n1 ?Ii?) i.i"i nnm
Tin? ?a it?. I? ?.Im | Hi.? firm l?ti?rl..ii.| ...i?' .?.M
l.* iii?.?l.??.ii. t.. i.ii ?I, -,. ii.i-il . mlddl? V' .n
tie ?????i.i, brlsl? ? ?.-.i ti ?-..'itii. mu.n. viiiinii.
.-....-i. brisk ? ' east Oulf coast, i.Isrsta tu
ttrlsa aest; nrsel Quit roast, mo Isrsta aouih,
i?? omina ?--ari.i... ..i, i,.k.? Michigan, bisa and
II n..Ulm.hi
S;..mi.is ,|.-|,ui iimk to ?IS) for Kin..p. tan [...H.
??HI I I ? i.:? .1? I? I. I*k ?.?..iili.-il? ulti.lt.
??lui mtoi] ????m..-i. !?? it.,, ?ii.tiii Baaka
I i.rr. ii.i f..r spr. l.tl I o< iiltt Ir?. ? lor Kti.t
ten hew \i?ri?. hweaeraag ""tatsdteess, ??in.
ruin ItI'Ih? ?uni ?.oiitli iin.l .?.?nlrial iiorti.ni?
In-iht? : ??urin.r to du? : ?-??liter I rl.lu? sight ;
iii...l.?r il.- I.. I.risk soul*'. ?\ In.I?
r..i ?Eastern Pennsylvania, n? ??. Jsisey, Del
Igwere, lb? Dtstrtct ..f Columbia, Virginia ?and
Its riand, rata to-day ami Prlday; warmer
? ?i li. bj Prlday sight. m?dente ???
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Poi Nortl ?m v a Rngland, rnir lo ??
ft?|lowed bj min b) night ??r Friday; moderate
south a
Por Mou hem Mea Knsland, rain i ?ta) and
i 11 : ? v modi i lie to bi i*k soul ;i a In ?
i i w. m V'lrdnta, rain to day; Prlday,
rain, turn Ina t., .-n,.... and lecldrdl) ?l-ler
For \\,i-?,ii; Sam ?orfc snd iv.M.Tii Peon
?ylvsnla, min i?, day; rVlday, rain, lumias lo
,iii.i .1. ? 1.1.-au colder; brisk south winds,
bei otnlns uiiui le
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i uri aui laki a al I p ? i set rdai I ?lloa
i ,?\ Ttmnei ?nu?' Weather.
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N i l.i m |. I'll}. I*. Clear
i... ion . M near
iintiii.? . H near
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si i .?ni? . M near
Ui.?liinst??n . H Cloudy
i... Ht ont. ?ki Mecer?, The fellowlni ob*.
.v,i record <?r the STealhee Burees shews ?the
. i.,,.,,.. m n,.. temperatura tar the inm iweal)
f..?n he are .npartssa with the correspond
Ihk ?til?' "f iHHt y.H? .
\tv? un.' IMI un-1
a n m. li Ml H p m- ? *?? H
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Highest temperatura reateraay, M degrees
m? il' p m ?, iu?p^.i ;it tal ?*? .. m ? 'i??-?
sa* yesterday, 4*. avetaga lae eorraapoadlag
.lui.? ai last teat, it: average lar correspond?a!
?inte ,ir lost ii?iri> tiir.i years, 'M*.
Local Poreeeet lar rea stag eloedlueen W
lowed bj nun t<> ,ta\ mi.i lo morrow; wartsM
i?? ituj, colder in mono* sight; swderate te
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