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V- LVHI— -X° 20.929. STILL MASSING IN CM jIISSIASS FORTIFYING 3tpa« So»n to Mm M Vhticottok \ ;,■:;/;/ m Europe. ( ' vJ (, ,.'f<l .^ r.-:!S«.r *l ■ ■ ponaoi opiratiou* in Ifaw "':<■ " 1 " <r " "'" ■■■*■■ mtm °jV h .^n dhrlrfortificattoos. mpiicatloo wm le.v Si |Vt€T*l.iir^. Tendon ""pL, -| ■,„ Russian pm-ernnMmi was r* '''^ of <; '' ■■■•' * ■ ;li: ' " fri " ndlv ■**■** and OWCr ,'..s-, ■■■■-■ Bd IB Anclo-Vr.'Tir!i nzroo r^nmtot.'U.. pnr; („ hosflltie*. I n«an. •1-r; nt> marine wro oral t<> i nwn. [rti um\ iwratj mi!''* s»«rtn « )f Pit1 *- : . .. . - taWTMta. - !„ ■ ky anmimorrinr iuiiwo \. | ,„ ...rn-nl ppwtt« to ;ho mbb M ■ ' Rnatrh. ;»(.vca?nitist |il.i*i'.l. A <l:ro.'t tiios»«ar;»' *_, thai IDC liarbor bbOHB ineSwmd. Hart!* noaa. ' BXnitOTlai of The cSV aO Matidjor .it Rbanttbal bso] bar AMbs> r | BJ Tilt: ( /v.no/.s < AUPAIGN. jftvj to Misled'! tkf Enemy- Rumors of Eighth*. Lea* ra Ta» Wm I ■»<■ W—^ '"l!:% - jcopv-ir! ■ >»"• " v rt * TVIt : " l^.dot.. Mar. !, A Tl.cre are many forecasts ft Japanese «nd Russian plans or . ond'.irtit-.g ttw «r telegrarhed from Manr hurls. Peking _g I fjropran c* ;i jta!s The annrhah atßßt> PfW » hrvf fall*"! r.«leep after Ir>st ruct ir.g tS» *&<** to rrkr ' hrr:l vvhe- ' ° r< ' li rggl tm+ B-formation mm" fiPiii .Tajian. but 1t j, i.fMrn'-'- th«» disps' I '"''* which the . msor rj«*»f tend t*» minimise the force landing in Cnmi. t+vcrixV.v the concentration already ef f.-Wi at PirK-Tang. R*id to exaggerate the (naortanc* 1 nf the movement of troops on the ear (tv\ The dispat. h*-*. which the Bjaafkaa gna ■rtfPM to go over the wires invariably over f.f* the forcr* available for th, defence of kajahjossi and the ie4nlafassasjossl speedlhj **- pfftefl. The .Tapat>e*e have evidrr.tly stopped t-yli» to create the 1 r : press'. on that they are t«i weak to fon-e the ■■**- of the Talu. and th» Russian staff is c jus'.ly I slaßg to keep off tr«««n> by exaggrrr.Mor.s of the strength of its «tin» army. The cenpor« are making us« of the correspondents as paw at an early *ta*e of tti» gmtne and the Russians eve also supplying Bj peasants with consolatory information re- UntllH the Japanese r.avaJ losses. There r.re rumors of fighting beyond Ping r?r^ on<l of a renewal of attacks upon Port Ar l.ur. bu' the ■• 1s im nuthent lc Informatlo-v M*r«.ri'ile wre-ests «r» hoping for a stronger l'ne ct Foreign Office action rrpwtlr.g the seiz ure of "Titrabajul of war. Th^ sslfldkaa ga«> prmnent unfler Lnrd ' 'i-orner'e Irflu»nce. Is doa- Ing th» raasj against Bftsa crews. I. N. F. JfcTVIZAN IN CHANNEL. JlaHlcships I'nablc to Leave Port jflfilll 1 Owl in Japan. 1.0: t rlor!. ■bbbl s.— Little rhatige In the Far r:«j stern situation if reported t^is morning. It is npparrnt th«t th. Jhr*.!»s* are busily RS> Saged it) transport!' g their toroea into Corea. this work is iwing rarllltated hy M OB timctji'tv of the na\;. A-cordinr to the Sebastopol corrrspotrient of r>a!ly ''.ripht.. 1 Admiral Skr>-dloff h:is ly from Port Arthur that the Rovbin battleship Rotvizan lies in such a posi k rffrrtoally the px.t of l>attle fhii* fmm the ''.arbor, th<^ jm^saee being pra< • I 1« oti!> for cruis^rF. ■ f-nd of I aj al Iho has > h;irge nf •immcrc!*; . ... . . v .= .> lared . ontraband ■ BoflotttBO; largv BBXB ooal T'"- yar?. so •■ ■ . Eai i KffAj Kuffcu-r- bjr the 1 ■me. • - • ulted r.f.} n - ? :•' out irreatly •"rfc-h Of pollt At ensrn | ;.-.,,■ . 70 • . . .i : J • rossa ■ | adOßt Of ■ I Th.' F'«r<la-a.'F '«r<1a-a.' Om ITlkadQ boj ••::;.. . ■ ■ - *** r "" ! ' " ■.-••;,. •' new sag him that r *'«' oe !:,-. • -v j.v, x^f. view of OOCOBr* ■J !>°ri!;;::.. • , xpr'-ssing the atn *"* «<lsh Oj c ( ,nc!uo«>d Joapsaiojßß* fPUL 1 " ' KWBSJO the Iwtt— mm (i f - n 'I' >-•-. -,p:y .ir .-. ?;tnt->'Tioril DOBdO) l>y a Jj-Tt^**? ;hc sh: ; K hii r< <rreapond«Jt f.f 'Tlib rZL,iS ' <l"uWful report that « ' ji^lrhi Jnpan.s.- « ;i .llort< hnv^ landed at iJ^JT*"- »*> Mn *-' ' hiA "" !r vssel had -ur.k n9 di™. of a " rn C»MCf-:noiit with Russian war *»■ *hich also we m down. v o Russians were " l «. hul *?° hundred Japanese were rescued 'J ■" 1: -- junks This •v-io; i. reported to atthav «nd the (/.Ah' (ALLS RESERI I 5 Entire Army Being Put in Routine** for Sen-ice. Pt Ibsjrg, M.-.rch A An Imperial order ■*» beer Issued summon- the reserve *ui ci tema and first class reserve men of European ■*b»lo to the colors for a six weeks' course of k*ir.lnr \ similar order has T»een issued to the Stvaj reaerw. This it- BMtarßtated as mdi, -at-tig ***'• c arytkCng »- bring made ready for the »<>*>!'. ion cf the whole Russian army, if r? «aear3. STORMS STOP JAPANESE. Rv**i<w* Strengthen Defence* — landing, of Chin nampo. ( ft»r.». Band 4.-Tl-.' TMBpT' to-day pub *><** ■ disjMLtrh from Kt. nsaay; whi-h f* l. y e ' uaotnii* have takrn advantac ' * • *■»> weather which lifts prexcr.t-d further . '"ntlnurd on Mmad n » r -. t, N " v% I}J T! «»- TIME ■*•>>■■ n^T* 1 ,- ,' ■■■an ""' l Florida reaorta New Tork TJ* •ons oui"k« it l ' lar " 1 you al -of these re •«y-Aevi tto * n otfcer Un *"- t* 10 " »'W liroid- l«d«i. fair and warmer, In-nn>rrgn. rain, tarlablr wln.lv Itrromlac fr-«h. SPAXG. CHALFOST MILLS, ETSA. I'EWX., WRECKED BY A CLOCDBCRST OX MARCH S. KIVER CORCEI) FOR MILES Trouble I eared All Along the Su*quehanna. Hamshu'g. Pern.. March 4 - Th« Susque ha.nr.a River is gorged for several miles helow Harrlßburr atid hr>j» r"ached a height of severs! feet abo.-e the danger rr.nrk. There Is a heavy flow of ie«» up th» river back Is crowding down upon this <~it>. arid periouj- trouble all al->ng the river Is feared. The I<-.- '. n>i high water have (■Rod many Of Ik* industries of -.hia tttf ar.J Stee'.ton to sut>p< n<l operations. The track* of the OeotCßl Pen::sylvania Trac tion Oaaaaai f at Hlghsptre are covered with water fot a Fhcrt distance. Th*- Ice l" gorging la the lower ♦■rid of this city. «nd any of the inar.-jfacturlr.g f.rrrs in that vicinity l-.ave c!o«t- i down. The I«lcrids In the river oppo«it-» this city are under tbzoa Bad of wnter. T^' > water at Rockville bl f'lMr.e and p-i^'-s of the rlvfr are clear of Ice. At BUbßptra, the go-p. ej;«<-^i<s rle^r KNOJ the river and is forty feet li.p i The water ha* reached a point within Ctve toM of the Bodmor HoKff, »hi(h bl BDa of the h;«rh»>«t points :u that reg 'n. Collars of ftweQtagi are n;-iiiv filling with water, ar.d the U^BtOM danger thre«teT.p many of the ;>*<■• The IVntifylvarln Is HOjdtSg BO f'elrht crews east from han DpBT Uirsre eßStma with aaow ploughs nere ner.i from her" !o-«Saj * n ft&b tb* lea off the trr< kF between Srr*\- • i Middle town. Peveral freight trains are atOjCk In t'«" water and i<~o neai HtpMSj'i'" Weathrr ObaaTVCT At Mala pai-i tri^t there wan a heavy floe of Ice ;it pelins -;rr>ve and that ha hMfCBd for periou? trouble all alone tha river THOUSANDS OUT OF WORK. Many Mills Flooded in the Pitt.s burg District. Hastate v * h 4 TV " bmh of xh * r '" n ' rea'-he,] h#-r* fit - o'clock ■•■■•« IMOnitnfl. when :h<» Bern leland mrks «howed twentx-- I • Baal «nd one b» n ii. the. Mhtfiotiy Btra? n« that - .. i\n;»-r i« ti..w rtowty raeoainc and oa tathoi <i'<> ■« '« aWHolKiiAii. tta aM wa\» ha\ln« checked »he rise. The dan-«g- <\ thi« ii'-. by ' • Boad ■ ' pt"ooabljf aoi n • laouMOi 4',-r Pla ( rock and In the Turtle Cree« VMley. rspe. inlly. the havo. vns OtyOßd «ny .n,.nt yesry. MaVf .ndustrinl o«tai- Mhbci ■ .: ■ r , . . ■ IkaMCmfcctfl rfmn ... .. ..,• acOed todon i '■ *«- Fands f.f i•• '•■ : ' ■' • '" r ■*■*■ Th> " -• ;- cr.HTnnt ami ft! BtoS. v , - bodti on itM raOroada of Urn dJatrttta wnTeired 10 nn BMMBaI astent. and Umdaildea added to th» basflcaft Uimnaii by ib- Mgn »*t«r. T' ■•• • • . - neaci .•..•:.••■•• i ••■. have id I usual I ■ ■' THREE TRAINS LOST FOR TWO WEEKS Buried in Montana Snow Drifts, and Snow Ploughs Can't Reach Them. :> wist..--' :i. Mont.. March 4.— Somewhere he tawea her- BBd Ix.ml.p.rd. BObody knows Just where three traaaa. one froicht an<l tWO ****** BBe«ao«Ho, b.i-e i,..-i, bejrtad in wuem drifts tor tvo n-ff-kn. Vm ree «ceha the laJlraad to Laotatoi . the famuli! "Janbutaf road of Pen bral Hontaaau num!ng 118 n.Hrs thmußh F*ergus c,, U :,ty. has i>er-n complete!} blrtcked. Snow plouKhs with bis ga."g» "f 8888 have been bock log tbe .iiHfts night aad day. lcit snow fall* almost dr-ily. The missing tra:n« have not been waaJaj nnd it Is probable that they will not be found until I thaw sets in The two mixed train carried about twenty aaaaaaajara Th- crew of th- freight train managed to reach Mario* Bttd prt'crel pro visions, and M hi believed that ih- snowbound passengers en the ether trains have succeeded In reaching ton.*- of the ranches, aiM they are tv!-ir taken < a■• of. COLD BREAKFASTS IN CLEVELAND. Natural Gas Mains Washed Away in Ohio. Cleveland. March 4.— With the mercury cn'.y a few degrees above rero, thousands of people ir this city dependent upon natural gas for fu?l Ir. their homes suffered from the Intense cold to dag because af the v. r.shirg away of the big mains of the Baal Ohio Gas Company, leading from the TV>m Virgir ■ c I Ma. The supply of natural gas fallei early yraterda: no-.iinj. OWtag t<> ieatrojctteej flrods ar-c ■ landslide ne«r v\i:ie. Ohio, where tlv !;g pipe? »p-» btok'-n .'^nd c.-.rrir-d ntvay. Ii BaMWoa to «uff»r- Caaataaai •• fourth : ..z- I niCAL WAR MA". Baaed • traved mJ printed in six colors. will be issued «s a supplement to The New-York Tribune to morrow, order at once from ynur news- AscJar or Tribune w'.th map be mailed to any adCtcaa oa receipt of fir* c.nU.— AUvl NI'AV-VORK. SATURDAY. MARCH 5. 1904. -SIXTEEN PAGES- TO HAVE LAW CHANGED. DEATH LIST SIXTEEN. Republican County Committee to Act at Tribune's Suggestion. That, In r"spon*» to The Tribune's sugges tion, the Republican County Committee Is tak ing steps so to amend the existing building rode as to ve«t the Superintendent of Buildings ait* summary pa war to compel the stoppage of work ot: a structure lie.-m.-d unsafe, thereby averting nry repetition of th»» Hotel Darlington < ollnpse, was the declaration made yeaterday by ex-Jus tice Julius M. Mayer, who wris counsel .. the Bnildlnga Departaaeni under the Strong admln 'stratlon. The Dftrttagtoa Path-roll op to last right i :it w'xteei, coroner Behalor amid yaatar day he believed that thero were still nine or ten men bttftad in th*» ruins, MMM of whom, like Chartee Laaak, dlaoovered early in the morning. might still be alive. it !« attnpoaH to I ■ • ■. In th* middle • ■ real l*wi They I ill fat. k oi behalf of Kevllle * Bagg, r.r hi" ■ x '- '• • - i nty-flv« The f n> f - \ j ■ the proprietor of the Patteraoa • sed balldlng. Is ■ ■ hade fair I an the flr«'. The Itti» theories IM»« k-m.t ;.lly held by th» r- i;:h'irltles ns exp!aiiii;.g he collapse nr" either fnult> construction or jii o\ej weight of build- Ins raaterlala or-. poi"« of th» upper floors. Ac crrdir.g to !ii»pertor Jordan, of the Rafldlng Department, tio definite st.item»nt can be forth romtns BBtO 'he foutidatlon of the building Is • r-tHy rxposed. At the praaant rate of • k. saiil Mr. Jordan, the exposure of the foundation would not be until Saturday vmb. :i:..i the Coroners ißOJoest on Wednesday wouM ibl* adJOUTB unti! .... „ Mr. lardaa declared tha* the foreman of the hull'li'K ... W<med Of the lack of the proper j of bolts at 'ho intersections of the .j. v S .-.'•!.■= and onrlghta, wMcb is ■ gaJatad by ;t la okM Khal thai was ignored in the harry to finish the framework. it w.-is declared thai Frank Allison a tew days the BOUanaaj i» whl<h he met his death, rked thai thr building iwajrod at >«*• two <onlinurd on ninth pace. THE MISSION OF TIIK REPUBLICAN PARTY. rttKMDsrrr Ko«»»t \ v t. in tiij: (kitk OJnoaa .ho taar.y Wtae and notable i!tternr.< ff of Ai.-.ii am Lino.,!:., Ito r , is on. whica baa ntiractcd lea ituiaion tbnn by rigiu it oujtbt to have at tracted, n w.-.« ojttverad on Kovenber '. • i v "4 in«t aft« U'! "'ns re-elect tea t-> th<> Piieldfarf, aad la raaaonoi • • ■ '•■• '" "»■■ ln iari ils eottows: H h-«s \-<nm beeo ••■- pmve ioaotlon wheUwc any p«.ver!iincnt no! too itraof for I-., liberties of its i-u. ■'• <«n be F\i»r.K rnoug* t.> maintain i«s oxi?t , ir , t;r«>at eniergt iu'ltf. . .:. this point the pn - .nt rebeUkm brooaEl our Republic to« •ever* test. fi ,,d the Presidential jljrtlon. urcurring In fig! 1 " COOTM during th- rebellion. ;tdded tV'i . little to tl'.- -rain . Tn- Mrtf« of the election is but »m mnn n.itun- practlcallx applied to the facts m the <-«!«* What hn* occur rod la this csse mm ever ciccir i-i Similar ra«»« Human mil. ><<> »".! not cbanco In any future great national »rl= om i.ared with the own ot, 'his. we ahaU bava •* weaji and a> fitrotm. mm «11> »n«J M wi«-. M bad and as trood. l>et us therefore ftuiiy the Incidents In this as philosophy to learn wisdom from, and none of them a» »r. re? la be avni<eii. . Now that ,he ekctior. Is ever, rr.av not nil ha' i:.» a common Inter**! reunite in a common effort '•> ya\e our common country? For my own part. T have *t liven and shall strive :o nv.ii.i i»U. ing cay obstacle In the way. So loag as I have bees b«re. I *'•'■•* ,'V, 1 ' wllllnnlv planted a thorn in any man « lo.«ora. « '1.l • I am deeoly sensible t.. the high • •.mpliment f a r( .-».l»,-t!on ' and duly grateful, as I trust, to Al r-lgMv Goii for having directed m) rountrjn to « right conclusion, as I thlr.k. for their own good, •t ad<i« nothing to my satisfaction that nny other miii may be disappointed or pained by the rrsjit ThS hr!ef Bpeaca was typical of T^inc-In alik" In its strons aaatoa ten** and la its toft] standard of raMty; and the Republican party to-day I* a living oreanlsm of good, because it has continue! laaaaaahra to those thought* «nu purposes of its founders which were given their highest expression in the ';:'* af the great martyred President. la its essentials. haflKa nature tsai not change: or. at '.ra'V Urn nhanoje la t<ary rtew. !n the aaeceaßtea nal Lria;«. cr«~at aad taiaU, this couulty i..T« bad to taea atnee the day. ha ' a oratory a?^. Wbea th^ Republican pur?- be^ar. its career, the nn .« c.^rtlitie.' havp !trvitably bc<Ti displayed thj c,\:.-.:;;:c« of atteagtli and weakness, or artaloai ar-i tbOy. of rvil r.nd prod: an<l .'n each o' t ■ ■ efface WC ha'.f >!cnc arati o- 1" -bd<it m j.rop^-: oa a* we V.i".e «hown tb> cvallt!-'- ■•• u ;ch rr.s-le u« do BrnO or mi bi the aOtara. The ptebleaii «hirt from get • to ■enoral »>ftpr all. hi eaih ii»» t'.^e dnr.ger is dnr to fv:nc!air.»r.laH.v the sanr" BTfl t^:'.i"ticies. and iti '3<h case aocoaai can come only L'nusuaDy attractive and exceedingly interesting !« th« March Four-Track News. Five cents at Eevedeaiera.-Ad.vt. . . VANDERBILT ON TIRF- Belief Baaed on Engagement of Trainer as Sub-Agent. Tn the rruraremert of William k-i.ini. the WON known trainer. *• a s'lb-agpnt, local turfmen find sm-:rd for the bell"? that \Y. K. VondllMtl P-ir '-" to face a atabie <,f thoroughbreds on the Eastern tnrf this comi'ljt Kc.i^.'n The last !s<i:e of "T ffßf rtlg Calendar." tl. • nftVtoi ore of the Jockey «'lub. contains th» aiitborlaathw of Lakeland us n sul)-aj?ent for Mr. VaadorMM K'irther confirmation of this ■uaaaosthM rs to he fOBBd 11 the fart thai only recently J. 9. McDoa- DH fora» years" Mr Vaadei agfr.t and tujer in this country. Bad WiUium i^ak< land were In KeatOCay together, and on their letata a. onai her »f hors>« v, «'r>- regsstetod In their Joint names 'Mr. Vaadsrbnt at present is eratetag in th" Weal Indira <ir. hi- raebt, and hi not • KB) i- I ba>-k In New-York until the racing seaaaa Is well under way. Although hl-» colors hnv» l>oen seen on the local turf 0r.,-' or twlro In the last few years, be has made no pretestce of ojatatatabal -i racing es nient ln this courtr^ In France bowevor. he ha« brrr. a consplcuotii oWBe> f"r a DUBber of yours, nrd many native bred r.i-oh'irsr .» h.iv» BOtB bought by his a«r:it here «r.i shipped to hla trainiTig qaartero aotoMo of Parti I araaa I Ha ma Is «t th» h»-.-id of ht« atad ahr.ta.ri The OOljT runner that carried Mr \ nnder iviit s rotors in IM* country l«s* year > .< th* Ally ■n'l.iijflitlrs*. that ran third tn a rac at Morrta I.irk on tt-- last lay of th< iiprinsr mf-'-tlnp. H"m»^ t i ;t»^ .ir. N! I•■ naM tried to <ii«.i«<- th.- lUht weight lockfy Robotna '■> tnU- tor hla employer, eul w.is - '.1 \a«h Turner and J Raascb, l>*ith kmerlran !•■ k>-M>. n-dr fr him In Frail last year. Tun-rr ims f-*-*- 1 > rek '«>d BOW. as he ts ur.H to .'7 pounds, anil ha* gone to <;er •jVri" B* wMI try f r— • lauding. Mr Vanderbtli is pr»sidrrt of the Coney l«Und one cif th«- lar»re«t stockholders In th<> She*-pi<hca 1 Day r.ic'ir.u-k. L:i!«t >«ir U'lll l^-n 1.-ik.!..nd traJne<l for W. 8. Fansri iwe Joseph H ... r "m<\ a numh>T of other well Known rs< ■ \ ii • • DUCKS FREE TO CLEVELAND Virpma Wants to Let Him Shoot Them All the Year Hound. ■rt i ■ • > m mrai M • 4 lii order 'hat Grower . ■ ,-. ks, i ; ■ • • ;■ - -; . . . 'i • i ■ ... H». k Raj s pi*), c to which PREPARING TO DROP ADDICKS. Republican National Committee Will Not Re-elect Him. It Is Said. [ai . i baps, to ma laieiina 1 Win tngton. !'■ . Marrh 4.- The CBSM Republi can loaJiro Iti Delaware sr« on Hiarni«-<l over - fnt runnrs tint J Bdward AOMIlhl will no! i,. ro atected aa the memb r r of tht> Rattoaal Re pnbllcan Conmttttee filial tht= BtatC wh"n the na tional conrcnttoa meets Bt < lihhru hi .1 :ne It Is said thai PresMenl Rooorrelt doea boj want \>\ '!!■ ka <iti the comaaHtes ITord baa already been rf,\> to Delaware. It ;* said, for the Republicans t.> BrqtttcM <• !:i ■ « l 'ti''m» for hi • eliinln'itiorv Tue national I'omir.ittre dors 804 care to take a i it.'! i,i Urn Delaware Oant i>v rerearetzina either fa< thm. nnd will flaVor the aduilwakm of h«th of ''>•■ !■ -;;;ilnr RepQblican arid the I'li'Qn Republican lielerations. rar-li delegnte baivtllSj half a vote. by th.' exercti of WtSdOßl nr<\ ro;ir.i?i> • neray nnd high mtndedness This i* the reasnn why th« Ms tory of the Repttbtaraß party In the past is not merely of abiding Interest tc the student. bOl Is of preaent haportaaca x>> every mnn who seeka t:i practical fashion actttaffy t?. apply the prbselplea if civic rlghteousn ?s. it is, of cooraaii the nierf«<: iruis ,i bb Bay that a I>:irt.» is of us" only s>> fa* ms ft ?rrv< — the nation, and that be serves Ma party beat who «♦>:■% .>s th»» !iation best. In MM an.l in IW the party was of oar because It p'oou against the extension of slavery; in I*4. baCßOat N "ood ajtnit.st nil slavery as noil as against the <lretru>Mion of this I'nion; Ir 186 S. because it stood a»nlr«t those who wished to un>lo the raaofta of th- inr. These are now dpad i«surs»; but we can team mto face the livt? 'yFues of t!ic pre«ier:t by stadytaa hi pood f.iiih bow men faced the? ■■■ •!»-.->»! issuer of the past \v.> ir.u»t act with aladuas. or else oar <lherenre t ) rieht will he mere *our<i sml fury without sub staace; and we saost ad hish sshidedly, or rls^ o;;r wfadooj Will in the lonjr run pro\,^ t,» SO bat folly in the eyes of the j;st and the farsiKbteJ. Our policY must tie such M will set ore material proaaerlt) to the nation; for exactly a.* a man can not be ■ good citizen unless by his arork he i* ab!e to kee,> himself «nd those deji«n.lent upon him from want, so a nation can count for little until it lias tha pOOJOt B/htCB is =ised n^ phyateal weß batag. Tet It is an evil thing for ?>ie nation, as for DM individual, if material wall betag hi aocapts ■ as in itself nil sudsclent; sock well being Is worthless save .is a foundation on whirh to build the higher life. It la a good thing for th« ration, as for th<» man. to have the money Basking capacity, but back of this and above it must stand thVaa qualities if the intellect ?.r.<\ of tha spirit, off tht min<l ar.d of '.'.; <<^'il |hi !i In ■^."■r ."i mak* '■"< thai 1 ?'i an«i fi.-K- i; ne of chaißcter wM.-ii tf! 1 ' for troa t:rcatr.«i*3 S:i"h n-?« tha cbaractef fbowfl in every phase of the work of l.inro'.: There art few leas deslrr.b!e th'.mts thaw la ad* var.r" the hlntor.-- of arbßi baa sen v. n aoaa hi the past as an fi--" fr 'lil-ir- M do vrei: in th-> rrrspnt. ani CroTkMee <Jo»iraMe thai to « r ' : ■ J y BBCB history with l!-e »arr;o«t i«.-firr i.> praA ItienUj. ir order to <io b.'tt*.- tenrlce n tba tteu ; h .a. now i«. DAI IV SKRVi'F. TO PINK!*: (■ Pullman Parlor and atoopJag -.Tr«. daily, via Sea board Air Line R> . I.c « New York I»i3 P. M. and 12:le A. M. Arrive Plnehurst T:*t A. M. and s*oo P. U. Office Xlii Broad .vaj .- Ad vi MURPHY TO CRUSH M'CARREN. RECOGNIZES DEPUTY FIRE COMMISSIONER If. A. DOYLE AS THE NEW LEADER Fighi In Death !• \ I H ft !• : •:•. •• bwva i- •'.:■ • brj tut rujri>t t!i i l ( . !'. IftspZn , goadc ! oa by StostM Ma* Carrel adroearj of .i'^l^r Parkcr'a nesninstion. h-:«l «I»tcr ■'..!••;} t<> <-•. -r-ti. -iw ihc Brooii hn tn.in and recognize !)';»::';.• Fire Connnfaiioßi rW, \. Dsrle as leader oi I\mjr». A fierce rich* tm cmtrd of tin- Stall Coanofttre was w^ged I HJbeuaj. Lttt list night both tat Murnlf. fultaWii and thi Hfl] fellow - I tht * - There wxa sa tsterating now in AQko* Snatsr Edwsrd Unrphy hsd (•on <■ out in t'" OpCB •c.;ii^; liiil md in fi\.»r <>t' T:i i :i; ('. F. M':r|:r-.v b dete tj Is esnt&metbi ' - 1 VwAxr eren if Bill shoul.i be \ ictorior.s today The a Senator, 9 »«a feamed, ! - make XI. W. I.ittlrtrm cindidiitc tor Gweinor i:' !ir itapd by Hill, btir he ocTei was ■yafueJL BOTH CLAIM VICTORY. TammmKj/ilt* and Hill din Equally Confident The Line-up. i?.t noxoun "•• ti.k eamn Aloaajr. Mai. h i >■ w r..i:.<k H. Mr Car ran, after a !nns; co;.fore:i. •• .v.r'j ex-Scnatnr HO] ia nljffii. <fcrtartd th-t? the Kate coßvcntlas would be held at AJbnnr and dttd oA««aoM cal! .• PJOBtlßtl of : he oaoattCi committee of the Kings Ci'jtity organization on Tuesday, to settle the question of the Kmokiyn leadership. "I beard in ■ roundatout wms that there wa» i ,t sr< ret meeting in r.rooklyn yesterday and . that I w.t? !-poi«'>') m tii" patrcn.Tg" disnonser." MdM tli» Senator. "I don't know by whom. I j>'.ipp<:«.-*d thnt the aUCUtIn cotnmitiee would decide that rjuestion. and it will asael next Tmadi '" Jerlfc it. Th- Mtmattaa •"•! meet in Albany. ; shall have two. and perhaps three. ! of the King.- County coonaitt^eawa with me." The Tammany men at midnight announced ; that they would control the committee by a vote of 28 la -- The Mill followers claimed ' 31 to -* and aaasaajßcad that they would gain another vote by accepting the resignation of William J. Conners. ommltteeman from Krie, which has been lying on the table for»-a year. James Bherlli declined to-night to declare his position. I ant open la conviction." was his reply to .ill 'iuestlons. At milniJcht it was declared by tho«e closest to the Brooklyn delegation that no place had heen aveMod on mid that no place would be de termined on until to-morrow. The general feel ins la that ex-Senator Hill has only saved him self from a complete defeat by skilfully rombtn lag his fight with tbat of Chief Judge Parker. The meniben of the up-State delegation Mrer* !n (lose .consultation with ex-Aeaator Hill at his law office until nearly midnight, when, headed by K'.liot Danforth. they adjourned to the hotel where th« Tammany men made their head quarters. !••:' ir 'fully wflalnod from mixing With thorn When the final line-up had been figured up. Frrnk Cnnipiie!'. chMtrmnr. <i' the State Com mittee, announced that the Tammany faction would bare only -1 Of the Ba\ He said: •■We have BCCOpCod thr r'"F!cn.ition of Fitzpatrtck. of Y.t\o. .1 rid can fill the vacancy. \X» shall also have the Troy committeeman whom Tammnny has claimed, and a!s.. Finch, of Gkm Falls. After la-morrow the whole State will b*» Par Chief Jadga Parher, an.l no amount Of money . r li Buoaca <an stop the instructins of th<« State delegatloa for Mm." This is tike* as the final estimate of th« fri-rds of Ui UliaUW Hill and indicates their HRnnci of boatbsf, Murphy. Sitting behind ■ table at ■ local hate!, the Tammany aaai re» at* 'i and dispatched messen gers .mi avoided all questions ?.i\e "lie, but this one was notably an exception. Who Is the Brooklyn leader?" was the ques tion of a reporter. • Patrick Carren. to-nigh'. 1 was the calm answer. Will he be to-morrow?" ■ I cannot tell that. I dnr't know what may happen to-nior'ov. ." It Is the fate of Senator McCarren ■■■ not the a< t'.on of the Mate Caaaaatttre that furnishes the New- York politicians ■ top!..- of conversation. Th ••;.- . fflrni confidently that they have ex Ser> ator Hill beaten, and that. aid°d by James Khev il-i. abt) supported '■'>■ William A. Doyle, th* Brooklyn delegation will vote with Tammany. Chariest F. Murphy, acion.panled by .i large delegation if Tammany H-a^s, casM to this city late this aftCTMOB. ♦ 'orporation I'mirst I Delany. M-oagli I'reMdent fassidy. r>r. U Sul livan. "Little Tim " Sullivan ami fifty ether m'-n of Importance ■►•-.■ with him. ...•• .~ nator Victor .1. Dowltng acted as k nnd marshal of the foVCM It was nearly I** o'clock « h-n the Tammany leader, after many long conference* r.nally consented !<> receive the represeotatlves of th press. The talk, as is customary whefl Mr. Murphy receives, was one or direct ques tions md indirect answers. "How will the committee l;n»> ''i"*" Mr. Mar pay as asked. 'I tan tell you better to-morrow at noon." "Have ; on any preference for the place of tha 81 ;<(•' < OOTeot ionT" Tea, l favor -Tork." Will ><>v make a stand for it?" Y«-s. I ihirik so." • T)<> yon still believe In an unliisuucted floto Ration 7 " "1 do- Art- ><->'! stili for Ci->\ cl -> 1'" 'I think be is th« strung car-.didat". Tea " II waa directly after this th.it Mr. Murphy rndo his significant remark ;ibtm' the Krook lyn leadership, granting i- to Senator McCa' reOi I'm carefully reserving his onlr.ion about to-morrow. Will you see ex-pemlnr Kill before the committee meets?"' was the tie-; n uestlon. "Why. If he wai.ls to see inc. 1 Fup;ios*> ' shall p<> a nti see him. No: there has titvn no arrange- i nient for a conference." Mr. Murphy then reaJSri his <!<>■ laratior: that he did not knou nnythlng i boat the posi- ' tton of the .■ouimineemen outside of New -York , City. and has rot discussed the matter with ! a::v members of the i ommittee. The rumor that William A. Doyle, of Brook lyn, had been chosen to si: ■•• f—\ McCarren was widely discussed and generally credited. Doyle was with the Tammany contingent the emir* eveninz. but beyond gent'.e intimations that were against McCarren. would nay nothing. TIM general Impression seemed to be. however, thit the Brooklyn delegation would Rim up to-mor- ' rOW five to IN stains? M« <>Ten. Th talk of harmony has entirely subsided. ; and the talk of the fif?ht ir ,' -mk and open on aii Bides. If the convention i.« - heriuled for April 13 at Albany, even the Tair.:r.nny men will ad mit that ex-Senator Hill is stl'.i :he State leader. If. on the other hand. It is named for a later data at NVrv-York. there will ho few who Will qoestk <h<* p.--'-- .tsreiidancy of Charles F. Murphy In the Stnt^ as area 1 v the city politics. An Interesting rumor generally accepted to right was thnt ex-Senator Edward Murphy. Jr. bar] ami weed that his support wo.ir?<l be trh Tammany. That he was opposed to es-g*aator Hill and had ten sinco m ■■ r,i n v:i', .>!»tat;on I ■was «s»nte.i at the last Srqte convention \ »•> known, Whether he *vo';M rnr.ie riut into the • "i lift ih*» T.'unn-.inv eftemeal ha i donbteA Vow it !■ b»!>v»d to 1 nve •greed A P.KAI, WAT ■ \>' EsperUUj engr?v»d and p-; tM H all coif-* will be Issue us * 'unp!»mf:.» to The New-York ■ Tribune to-morrow. Order at nn^e '#\m your news dealer, or Tribune with map will b^Brrilltd to any i address on receipt o< (It* cents.— AVl pian. thki:i: cksts. CAUSE AF NIRPHrSRAGE Inert ted eri McCarreu'§ Booming of Parker Groaft Wait in Balance. Dep it> Firs Ccrrn-.i-siorer William A. Ooy!« has been 'rTco^r.i^iti" by Cnarlss F. Murphy as th« n«w leadn- of Kir?* Caaasty. Senator Me- Carr«n has aasyad false with Murphy, tha friends of the Tammany chieftain say. and Murphy will usa the power or the McCtallan administration to crush him. Th» Mttaraol light for y>ars for l>errocrat:o .untroi of t^« Si.it" la bbM on between Murphy and Hii'i. The ii ies will be drawn at t> • meeting or th<> Democratic immlttoe to fix the dbta Bad alace for ding the State) Convention. \Vho< \er w;ns ln the "show down" to-day ts liK.^;y to oaOKPat the Mate) Convent'on th=* second \. eek in April. Hill's victory wiii oaaa an hastJOjeMd HMP* York d«*l« | an for Park»r for President. Murphy's supretnacy win me the probable death of the Parke- ijootn. .nd r\ cnns»«iu?rit brightening of the prospect of nominating Mnyu* McClellan for Preslder.;. 810 not OSty Is after rehahii:tatlon as Ptat* iender. but he expect?. In case the Democrat i win !n the State, to mike the most of the $100. "•-■ '-• canal er,!argem«r.t. In the line-up Borough President Littleton. of Brooklyn, looms as an Interesting figure :i;l has offered la nominate him for Governor if ha will be with the Hill men in to-day's flght. H» has fafßßad the offer, and has cast In his tot. !n a sort of negative way. with the Murphy" men. Mr. Littleton la not ■ member of th* State Committee, but at the same t'.m* thi p.-itron.-.«e of h'* offir* makes him a potential figure in the situation. Mr. Murphy dactoWl on Tuesday night last that Senator McCarren was no longer to be* trusted. At a conference at the Detnocratie) Club with his lieutenants the proposition to strip McCarren of po-*e«- was decided on. On) Wednesday M»rph,v met W. J. Onners. th* !>!•» County hi ider. at tha 'Vraldorf-Astoria. tn I got ■ pledg<* of his support at the mee-ttng of the State corrmlcte<» tO-eTay. The cause of downfall was hie) haggilr.; Parker lot PkVJttßßl without consult ing Murphy Murphy s--;v.- oniy one outcome at? Parker's nomination .md elerflon. namely. Hill's ascendency In the State and M'-Cnrrer.'s pre dorrtlnance in th" etty Win M-:rphy Moggy* er«d that susgesttor.s and hints made no Im |r« ! ■■ oa ■teCajtm he planned an att.ark ot» hint/..n t/.. • •■••ser-b'efl the onslaught the Japanese r\irf» on the Russian warships at Port Arthur. In this he had he assistance of ex-Sheriff Frank I>. creamer, an iinp!.ic;»hlo fo» of McCarren, an.l Borough Fit olds nt Caaaldy of Qaaossa WMaa McCarr«n -vns busy ag Albany with the H 11 men planning the overthrow cf Murphy. th» Murphy men «of in their deadly work. When h<* returned to New-York on Thursday night to verify the rumor that I>ovie had supplanted) him. he found his worst fears realized He went to Walinck's Thentr- with ChOMDaa ''.rout. I.'jk* r». Ptapletofi. Henry Tnr.gi> ad others. Tax Commlsslor.fr O'Donnell got irs r<> communi cation with Mr. MeCatfPN yesterday morning early. and Msoaated trnt h» wou!J bettor *e» Mur;.hy at orce. Whits 0M use"' s.iM McCarren. who footc th» first t-nMi I ■ v . i-nr.y. Bo hold 3 tha proxy of Sr:it-- « 'i>rr.-Tiitrr>Trnn John W. WebT. Thai a nil be retains fn th^ shap» of leadership aaaota Senator McCarren bas called n n-.eetir.g of th«» Kings CbßntT X.'i" stive Committee for Tn ■<• day. nighr. He 'v;mt3 to know Jus' wh«r» h« stands. The ltne-up Is ex; *e.i to stand) aboog - •' lows: I IMI I P II g ■:!••:- II T?iom«« K. Tar-pU. v. .1 .; a aa*. is m c d ?. XV r. X.i -i- 13 Wii: im Bronavn. p enniswi c M it. j-:in r» s;i»:i « wiiiinr' it HiOalu l« <■■.!■< i .-t^t---. 7 ui;:uin a p>jtai n nanri i:*.<-r.r.uK. h .r ,hn Btorrtwv .:i»y. a I ::r.ott. V Jar.:^ J. Kehoe. i . .1 « '■ ' ■ , O OMBI It rj-rtrny. l'> \^ U l« Jamas .-« l:»4«an '.4 1' 11. \l_i- c.ren. . • Controller (Jrnut is to sttanil or f.tii with Mo Caona Th - aetfli Hurpby all rijrht. as h» h.-.a Paoad The CootZOOefl a sort, ot white eiephant ever itac4 ■ lacttai I .x Floss lliirli McLaughili is bl Florida. It is no- likely that hi will hel rehabilitated as ■Bade*. Deytt i» rr.or>- to Murphy's liking. H« is younjj, \-Igorous, a goo<l fighter, nr.4 Is weil lik>'d anio:.s» th^ ra^.k and Bhb Ha w;is a couri • ■ilitmr- for four yean whi > \',i:i Wycli 'was Mayor, ami f? a hustler In his Soutii Brooklyn •listri.t. If Hill w'rs at the "showiow:V to-dny Mur phy «IS k"->p a th;* fight for the -ontroi of t:-^ State orgttnlzatii'P. Tie is oV terrr.ineri. bow thr.; Hill has shown his hand, that Pst.-Uer shall not be nomiaated for Pr^sl.lenr. Mayor McClellan is to k.>»p out of the right and treat a:! the gladiators with the suar- My and sntldness for nhich he is becom ing known. His boom for the President!*! nomination will be brought out into th* open as snon as the convention light la out of the way. T>tttle more talk of Oeil&LOd as the strongest candid will be heard. Murphy believes thai i f he can cont"ol the cinveutlou ♦her« will no longer be any ne»<i of i inn aaltllg the fart that he proposes, if possible, to accom plish the. norrir.at'or. of McC'.ellan at 3t. Louis. NEWS EXCITES BROOKLYN. Mr. Littleton Say* He Will Be 4 / f > tf There's a Battle. bartaa F ■ naat I sjaejcy Fire * '-mmhiloaw WlBi.t leader of th* D#er rAMOLS TKAJNS TO FLORIDA. "N. Y. * Fla. Sp«cU:." Z.V> r m y.n a West Indian Lacy* 9 3 v II VaexeeOM serTice Tta> P*nn. A atfantta Cu.l3; Li::e. ilSl B'way.— A*»t- A f'.EAT. WAR MAT, Ksper!.i!ii engraved and printed in »■;* enlrtr* » r b« iwed a« a suppiement t> The N'ew-Torie Tribune to-morrow. Order at or.cc from your nrws o>al*r. or Tribune with m«, win b« mailed to ±. f a4dr«M oa receipt of :■••» cents.—