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Saturday, r A October V KnUSTQN vs. Game called at EVERYBODY INVITED. WILL FIGHT THE OLD RUBBER COMPANIES. Oaari Uai, anil Ilia Aaaaalalaa I'm- On lull. I: on a l-aiga rl. New York. t)-t The Tribune from W A dianatcli to Waterhury. Conn., aaya O. A. Lnwia of Nangatnck, prei dent of the (lood year ItuhU'r company, baa tendenil hia maignaiinn Tin u tbe eonaamrnation of the higgcat deal ill tbe hlalory of the rnhl-r huameaa m thi, country. Levi T. Warner, ganatal tn pen lite mien i of the eompaur, i i raeignnl, and he take with l.im brother. Aimer, who waa the ahip) Ii agent for the cnu.panv, and John l Roilrubach, who waa general niauagei Tbe avowed intention of all OCMaraad ' In thia deal la to organize au oppoaition to the United State Kobher company, anil with the inillioiia of money la-hind : the ljawta family, the Wnittmon tad the Warner, there will be an iuterei-; log onnteat It baa hM iuTtil that tbe Nau- gatuok rubber inaKtialea for a long turn have been quietly lacking the late Joaeph llntinigan of Providence, in hi tight It li now tbonraglily uuderitoul why J. ( . Whlttmore aokl out hia Mat in tie I iiaaiyear and other companie The move of hii aon la alao underarm!, tbe hnying of the immenae plant of the TiugQ Wixilen and I'liiah comnany at Beacon Kalla, which ha lain idle for aeveral yean. It i underatiaal that Join, I) Kodenbach will be the M-cretary and pnidnt of the new coni)ny. Ailvlea rum Havana New York, Dot tH -A diapatcb to The Herald from Havana taya: The American comnuaaion haa rented a Urge honaa near the Trocha lintel which will be fir i .1 up for a hoapltal where any eraon in ill health may re ceive proRr care. Tbe work upon the pier at Marianao, where the flrat troop and tore will be lauded, begin Monday. Work on the plan aud warehouse at Marial will begin i unleaa it i da otded that the wreck of the Alfnnto XIII al the mouth of the harbor entrance I unaafe for trauapurt lloajiitala and warehouae will lj at oaoa ooMtrarted at (iuauauihaco A tlnman aiifTering flDta yellow fe ver waa taken off the Ward line ateain er City of Washington ba Dr llruuner, the American health oftli-er i he hip proc 1';I to New York. Wraahail an OM llaaaball I'ark. (Chicago, Oct. H -The grandalaud of the Northweat laebnjl rk, au old landmark, haa la-en demoltabed by a mob oi iioii. women and children wit' tha am of a trolley car. A jitreet r COLLEGE about 3 p. m. ADMISSION 50c way line ruua c1(m to tba park an i IM trowd aecunil pueialon of a car and attached one end of a rope to a poat aup- porting the naif of the grauuataud while the other end w a tied to the car hen all waa ready the trolley win atarted ind the big roof full in with a craih. Of late year tin- park haa la-en uegl-cted and nearby rettdent claim it haa become a uulaanciv II. Ilia Won In.llau In Nrva.la. ranyon fity. Ore., Oct. 28. A young man who waa a member of tin. alienff'a poaat- haa juat r turned here with a re port of a iies a rate light w hich ixvurred between the white and a n-n-gade latnd of Indian. 'Mm Hi white men ami In.' buck wurrnr werw alamt V feet apart when th battle la-gan. The poa dually killed all of the In dian after a running battle, tine of the poaae waa injured. I HII ,1 lliirna.l M Uealli. Houhani, Tel., Oct. '.'H A 1 mouth old child of Mr. and Mm. Mack Hm, living eaat of here, waa burm-l toiieatn. Tbe child waa left in a Ian placed . ;. to a toVe while the mother went out to feed enme hog. A rk of tire from the atove aet tire to mime clothing in the boa and wnen Mr. I'ott returned to tbe houan ahe found the child' clothing burning ami la-fore i he tla me could ia, eitingulheil the taavtiy waa burned l yond recognition I'arrhaaa.l i., Iha lb-aumont, Tex , Oct. a. The an iKrancement i mailt- tint the I 'natal Tel- egra: 1 1 and Cabh mpativ haa aciiiirt-d the line of tin- (iulf, lieaiimoiK and Kantu City railway and w ill la-gin op erating them ou Nov. I. ult Aialnal Clly nf Aualln. Atiatin, t let .s-A.onao (ierartl haa inatltnted anil in tha dlatrict court for f 10.O00 againm the city of Autiu lor b June canaeil by a runaway borne which he allege not hitched a the city or dinance require Irini .alnanar cm Ilia Throat. Marion, Tea., Oct. 3H.- A renter on Frank Weiter'a placo on the Cibolo liai I Kranz aiur-ow, i Herman, coin- in, 'ted tucide by cutting hia throat w ith a jiocket knife I'raak II Irk man l.nal III lata. Kaufman. Tex , Oat. : Krank Hi k man, a uegt t man, while working in tha old mill Qera loat hi life by cotton M-eil raving in on hin an ', mnothering hltu to death. M . ., !' Haarlia o .,ln. Hoatnn, Oct. 28. -The United State tratiaport M.aattaippi from I'orto Ku ., o-Mng on ooard the Sixth regimeni of Mam.ii hiiM-tta volunteer aaa arrived here. -a, faakaril tiaail. New Yora, Oct. ML - oil a Packard, the well known educator and founder li I'ackaru u college, died at hi home iu tin city, aged 72 year. MORE WARSHIPS TO CO TO MANILA. II.. i.:. . Ih. ii ..r ale th. OnUii IUi.ii ktaar Will Utn I ... l.a. rii New York. Oct. M.-A di.patoh to The Herald from Washington aya: Two more men-of-war will probably follow the nunliiary crnleer Buffalo to tli. A- hi - uailroii (Inter Ii.ivh al- l.i II til. II t" I III" gUllUall II .III to prepare for her long trip tbrougu tha Suea rami to tun far rul and a toon aj aha it ready bo will nturt Hear Admiral Dewey hat imprand opoB tiio department the neeeaaity of having a large number of light draught gunboat among the Pbilippiua uland. Hi- YnrktowD, It Is underetood, m nl aoon lx placed in cnmmitaion on tha Pacific coaat and will atart for Manila. In addition totbeaa gunboau it will ba MMMff for departniant within tba next few moutba to aend an auxili ary cnnaer, carrying another draft of men to take the place nf tboae on the Aaiatic .latum wboaa term of in..-t-Ml have 1 ipirad. I . ' n iermittlng Naval Constructor R. P. Holiaflii to continae tbe work of rumg the crniaer 'ritoll Colon, hi plan muat receive the approval of the naval hoard of oooatrootion. Order have been given to him to appear in Wn..'iington on Monday next, at a meet ing of the hoard Mr Hobeon will de tail hm plan for floating the Colon. Helieving it drairnble In add tbe chief intelligence ofttcfr to the mcinl-mhii of the Umrd of conatniettnu, orden have lioen given to Commander ItichaMaoa Ch vi rnpHnntiiig him a im ml. r of tli it orgamJttion. Caiitaui A. S. Crownunhild, acting aaci'itary of the navy, ban given muni'--tiotm to C iiiini nun r Went, comin i i ing Ibe giinUwt Princeton, dincting bun In proceed with hia veeael to .H.ni Juan. I'ortn Kico, and take elation then until rein veil. The cruiaer Newark will remain at Han JOM until the arrival of the MaM with Commander A. 8. Snow, and vt bi n Counnrnidcr Bnow aaaume iluty M onnimatidcr of the station 11-ir Admir ralrVhl.y will laaxrd the Newark and aail (or home. AMERICAN POSTOFFICES IN PORTO RICO. At line I'laea aa I'li-la-ltala f,m..in. . Wa t.alal.l lal.s.l roar 11 tltar tha Town Waa Capturi New York, Oct, 28. "We had an up- to-date American ptaitolllce ruinung lik.- clockwork four houra after a tow u waa captured." So reiHirted Major Jamea K Stuart when he landed from the tranaport Man itoba, which arrived here from I'orto Kirn. Major Stuart went to I'orto ro two month ago, laxcktal by a conimi ion f mm i he Mtal departinent, to ea tahliah the United State yteni in the new American territory He return With tin- atatelnetlt that Ml ot.'e, m -I of Ih-in w Ith Anierii nii a itlu i-!. . have la-en etablihed, and tn.it theav- (em i now in e lent working oni- r. He gave high pratao t" tin- efHciencv and activity of In altaiit. and - i pri'ed contldeiica that the boat of n- ault would f-illow fnim their baic work. "We . Hide I III l'oui- nl Ollt Hoi month . aid Major Stuart, "with inatrnction from tbe ttmaler gen eral to perfect a ttal ayateiu. Th-r were W nl i.. im luilmg my aaaiataut-ar-.d a i.iumla r of ptMtal clerk. Al aoon aa we landed we followed in the rear oi tha advancing army. When a town wa captund we evictetl tho native Htiiin ter, put one of our clerk in charge and intrtaiueed a i' v onlerand p-gialer-il letter ytem I'mally we broke awav from tn- armv and proceeded into the interior and coaat towns by nuraelve When We 'tarted We thought We were taking our live iii our hand On the contrary the native received u Wltn open ann, while the Sianianl. al though they wliil and wore, uld tmi attempt any viol-nce We went ahead alinply to look over the ground. Tin enabled u lo initnediataly et up a it oltlce when tin- troop came along and claimed th- town in the name of the United State, government. "Wa have now about o office w itli all modern iirrang-n ta hi full oa-r.i tlon. Moat 4 the poatinaater an- Am erlcan citi. ,. ' u: m important intern town wa haie apNiiutcd native poat ptMtmaatera "lam convim id that the piaital nt vie in port" Kico will lie a aurceaadi! in the future a it i a preacut ii- raa faatlad i -1-1 Philadelphia, t ksi 3K. Plnlailelphlam and their viaitor again poured into th traet today to aaah pomtioni towitne-. the ilnrd and la.t day of the paaoa Juh ha. proceion I'he priN-eaainu v.i purely of a rive character and wa i neat lltting wlieiup of the waak'i juh. lee. Naarli.a I'ala.tln. Jaffa, Paleattiie, Oct. - The Kmi ror and Kmpre of i o-rmany went warmly wolroni-d on their arrival here. Their inajeatlen will prieed on le i-' lack tn a camp al HaUi.wad and expect to reach Jerual- in tiannrrow. klaam.r llnly Ijait. Chicago, Del M, The loaa of the MUPrr I,. II liotv, with her entire crew, during ti. ga. . I ueatlay la now roilCTillal. St M-nti-i u men comptave'l the craw, aud all are believed to be loat Ifaw Oraal Ran. In flipt ti. Ufa. there waa a ra mi, m of tha Army taf the Oaaaaberlaod at Utioa. X. Y . at which PtaaMeal Uimnt, Oeaveral Shartnaa. Oaoaral Hooker, ieneral -Slocuni and iovernor Seyiuour were preertnt. Long and loot! crieaaroaefor"(irant! Orant!"wbo. alowly tiling from bia . ,ra a ill I! ir, rxprearrd hia pleasure at being tb hia friend, ul bla dialike at be- g uk 1 to .p. .ik unit in ililliil. ii. . in doing an. "Unt there are thiw. " he added dry ly, . mill.;; to Mierman and other. "who.;; u ublt-tl nith any aort of diflltlence. " The llir. r.lU pp ellt matte W It tV, telling spcef ho. llllil tin II aroe rri for "Seymour! S-viumir!" The ;-.,. rnor, who had 1hii the d- feated Dcmia-ratic candidate ngaiuat (iraut l r the presidency in Ihiis, , am.. forward mid raid : "1 think I have wane aoldierly traita myaelf At nil im tit.., i ii ih ral irant. you mu.t acknowledge that in a little contral ynu and 1 had ii few year ago yon ran a gn at deal herttr and farther than 1 did." Thia telling all union to the preai- dential content brought down the linus,. Oaaeral (iraut, inuvuled with laugh ter. rt and howetl hia acknowledg ment. Vouth'a Companion. tl What kMJ la Waa lr..ar.lt The mux leu, iii coiiini n w ith all the organ of the IhkIv, have tie ir .tag- - t i. v. I pue lit mill decline ' Mir pliv.ii al trength increaaea np to a certain age and then dei rcaae. Tcataof the strength of aeveral thoiiaanda of people have lawn made l.y meniia of ii dyuamomeler (atreiigth miamreri, and the following are given aa the average tlgun-a lor tbe w hi!., r ii The "lilt.ii.- power" f a youth of 17 year i i'-u pi Ulida In hi IWI nin th year llu in r. a-. t ll'.'o pound, and in the tli I rt it ill and thirty lirt yeara it rewhea it height. It.MI iunla. At the end of tlie thirty tlrat year the atrengtb bugii. to ! i hi e, very rlowly ut llit. II the I rtii th J ear it hna dn n a I eight poiiinl. mid thia diminution " n HmH nt a el mill ly iiiiren-uig rule until tli I. ill' ill .r i ii .ii h. d. whi n the figure i- ;i:'o pound. After Hit piriial the atnngth fall more and more rapidly until the weak lie of old nge la ri Hi lied. It 1 tint plM all le to give atalllll of the del line of atrengtb after the fiftieth year, aa II vane to a large extent in dilTireut in - dividual.- Miami Maga'li. t ..nfnalftn at Thr,r lllnnrra. In hia dining tia iii Sir .lihua Id y nold l onatanlly i ulertaimtlall the I -t known mill if hi time, including l)r John, mi, OoliUiuiih. Oarriek, llurke, St. rti.-. Hogarth, Wllkea. Allan Hum- auy itud u m r- of other, who formed the brilliant Literary club of which the glial .iiiitirwa the founder There I lb 111 ilea III the familiar hi.. of Hie author f "Retaliation." flan they tlkt if tlair Raphael, f.irreg Ilea NIHl aluff. H aliitiial lila iruinia I anil i.nl t-.k anuff At the,- diniii r .nl.-- u cording to Malum-, though the w ine and the di.he Were i f the Uat, there M-Clllt'll to la- II tacit agreement that mind hould pre dominate over i dy. The table, we are told, though et only for m-vi-ii or eight, eften had to acctinilnialate double that number. There waa nually u tlefli-ii nry nl knivea, (orka and glaM-, and the gin -t-had to l.uwl for more anppllea, While the lio-t ciilmly h ft every title to Inft for Mnaalf, though he lot not u Wi rd. if he could help It, of the coOVl I at ion. London Telegraph. taiurirli,lr ll Some people have i uliar liotiotia of what I "appropriate. " Nunc I line ago ii re-nh nt i 1 a neighl-orilig town wa pna.ldtig lit the (iladatone jail mid pref.n - d In leiiiurk ly regretting the I atuull ntti ndani e. At a ran- meeting held at ii lailid wa engaged to play "uppn pii.ite iniitlc. " and it waa foiiutl jth.it th- ii inula i a, h i i . -I wire fr .in Mo.aly anil Minkey "loilinryThyS r row " Wan en- of lie in, an 1 the other wi ie all euitlly "appropriate." j 'hriatnm religioun , rvice wa held I at tin- Ii al jail mid hymn auitulde to the la-taaloli Wire i I olirae aelei tial. ! The flrat one waa "Krta- r'min the latw. lib. llapiy t onditii n " mid the lnt. " We'll Never U-iive Tin Safe Abode, a Hi fug. In the Time of Storm. " The funny Mdu of it all ap ;tled to MM "I ! the inmate, and the inteinlwl gmal ef hi t oi the Mfta waa loat. Adelaide lllai.iarek'a tnlroir Hal That I'riuce llimi,rik wa a gmat hater In allow n III the remiulrivlii a of i al Ib ir vi ii 1 o id iiiaini. formerly chli the imperial chaiici llcry Ihiring Hint dinner at win. h II. rr von Tittle luilll II wit preiallt with tho prime Ilia liliin k -aid he though! o the waa Wrong in Miyiug that only lovel eiiuti lied life. Hale dill Hie .nine aervice and waa tUilu na great a vivilu r a love "To me," added the prince, "are nidi p. Haul In ..e i. r my wife and bate for Wimlhornt. " One morning llimurck mild to Herr von T n demauu, "1 have not l ell able to ah - p. 1 havo hated tint whole night." Ilnmealle acleaea. "What do Mai illnl. r-iand by the tie pall mi lit of diillieatle a ii-Umi?" "lt'n where they te.ii h women how to keep their tin-1 ami away fr in the club " I If - MM Ibe nliavver waa WMiig, I lit they all fell that ahe ought to go to the fiend of the clii JUnt the aine Chi cago I d A late n Ills'.' Muirla or ayringe were lined for ext itlgulnhllig lire in l.ng land, and their luigth did not exceed two i r thr. e feet, w ith pi of leather. Wut- i tight nt aiuleaa liiuai waa llmt made iu It, tlimil i.ron iu 1 7V10. To rhow the cari-leneaa of mnthnrr. In i. K at Ilrituiii, over il.UOO rhililnn are hi.rml to death in the year from their clothing l atching lire. Cool Weather Puts life into the people and sharp ens the appetites. If you are looking for something good to eat you can get it in our store. We have every thing in Canned and Bottled Goods, The Best Hams, The Best Coffee, The Best Flour In fact the best of Everything. Ring up 'phone 76 and your orders will receive prompt attention. R a M. ".MR MVMMT I'IBCB." OWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. Phone 202. TO MY Patrons and Friends Of llnio. Mnili-nn, (irinien, KinVrt'oii ami ISurle-etin ( 'iiuntir : i The con, hined Capiial and aaaetaof companlea rrp-r- - nt,-. I bv me amount to mine than 'The Malta and aa-t-l of mpanlr arid! g (JINK amount to more ' nfiletity lit-lievf that I ran rerve th i 1 1 am an alw In lay Mm town at Oomtn, I have an tilii i.tit nllii e 1'nrif. the ii aMtiav.'. ml nt ..t' l-'i; NK V I lilao i - t Bqultabkj . i f - - AMMMMM Paoiflc MuttUtl Life; Am. Ki. It-lit v nrl aaualty of r-rM, h I am the anil aulhurlir.l a, a (.pre. late Minr limine. A. ID. McCOIVlVICO. GU. P. Franklin & Son," Butchers and Meat Dealers. M Buy Hides, Markets under Academy of Music and next door to John Mike's store. Come to See j ael l c f Wilson. K andy itchetl and 02V OYSTER PARLOR Fine Berwick Bay Oysters served in ANY STYLE or delivered to any part of the city Fine Fruits. Nuts. Candies. Cigars. $1,000,000,000 35.000.000 repreaent than bell. ami cheaper S ilit-v i it v . f Ids. Hair nf wliid, me iindVr ilia Mil oN'Mco, - ,i - , - H, - ii Sotietv af New York) Union Life, New York, nl In Brian I n-arar. ifuli, wl.rttraaat wU Wool and Pelts, Me ! Ami lat'l have a iuiet, Sweet Chat iiImiuI thoae Nice Prevents wmi want to bay; ftK,ut the KngniMiiK )''" wnnt tlone. I Have Moved to B. S. Read t Druq Slore where I have the hi-iivieat L a . l at riocg ii JewelrY. Diamonds. Watchei. Clock. Etc ever brought to Bryan John M. Caldwell. I'll., .levvcler.