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MARIETTA DALLY LEADER.
MABIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1896.
VOL. II. STO. 287
PRICE ONE CENT
President Cleveland Gets Jack
at Emperor William.
A Proclamation Suspending the Law
Relieving German Vessels
From Tonnage lluej nnd Other Charges In
American l'orta Ilunnon: Germany
Falls to Extend Us Courteslrs In Ile-
Card to Our Cattle and Hugs.
Washington, Doc 3. Tho president
has issued n, proclamation Which sus
pends the law relieving German vessels
from tonnage dues and other charges
in American ports. This is done upon
evldcnco that American vcssols are not
given those privileges in Gorman ports.
It is retaliatory in its nature.
Evidences of an unfriendly disposi
tion on tho part of tho German gov
ernment toward tho United States
have bqon accumulating ever since tho
differential duty on bounty-paid Ger
man beot sugar was Imposed by tho
Wilson tariff law. American cattle
have been excluded on tho protest of
danger of contagion from Texas fever,
which can not exist in northern cli
American hog products havo been ex
cluded, even though cooked and in
closed in cans on tho allegation that
these cooked products, might contain
trichinae, which can not exist in
Discriminative nnd prohibitive duties
against Amo'rican glucoso and petrol
eum and many other exports which
formerly went to tho German empire,
havo followed one after the other. All
these matters havo been made tho
subject of vigorous protest from
our government, much of tho
correspondence having been conducted
by Mr. Edwin F. Uhl, now our ambas
sador in Berlin, while ho was our as
sistant secretary of stato. Mr. Uhl is
therefore particularly well qualified to
deal with tho existing situation, should
it grow moro tense.
KniOSTON, Jamaica, Dec. 3. A cy
clone accompanied by heavy floods has
swept tho Eastern West Indies, caus
ing great loss of life. Tho St. Vincent
and Montserryat estates havo been
completely wiped out. The islands of
Trinidad and Barbadoes have been al
so flooded, causing immense damage,
but no loss of life has been reported.
Wisconsin Itlv r on tho Decline.
Wausau, Wis., Dec. 3. Th'o Wiscon
sin river is on the decline. At Heights
tho water has roeqdpd, sufficiently, to,
allow tne resumption ot ranrpau trai
fie between this city and Merrill." '
MnJ. Gen. bnnclirx Killed.
New YoitK, Dec. 3. News was re
ceived Wednesday that Maj Gen. Ser
ofin EancheZ wab killed in an engage
ment at Las Damus, Santa Clara prov
For This Week.
Nobby Suits, in all wool
overplaids, checks and
fancy mixtures. Blaekand
Handsome suits, made
from Thibets, choviots and
clay worsteds, all styles.
Very fashionable suits
made from finest itn
nnrtid and domestic fab-
ics, single and double breasted sacks
and cutaway frocks.
Child's abort pant suits, h nr
double breasted suits, made 5),,5
from good material in neut
efforts. Sizes, fi-14.
Double breasted, strictly f f(
all wool suits, in blue, Jb.UU
black and fancy cheviot. v
In neat patterns, extra Jj srj
long, with deep cape; sizes Jl III!
4 to 12 years. ww
Overcoats in Capo and Ulster K(
styles, dark and medium col- J J) II
ors, well made and lined.
Sizes, 4 to 14 yeara
Cor. Front and Butler sts.,
Visited f One of ifin Must Disastrous
l'lrls In lis History Loss, 8400,000.
Ottawa, Ont, Dec. 3. Tho most
disastrous1 firo in the history of this
city broke out at 12:30 o'clock Thurs
day morning in Mrs. Turner's confec
tionary store at 103 Sparks strcot. Tho
losses will probably foot up $400,000.
Tho firo had gained considorablo head
way before tho alarm was sounded,
nnd by the tlmo the firo brigado got to
work it was beyond control and tho
entire building being in flames. Mc
Donald Brothers' establishment,
adjoining, quickly caught and
was destroyed. Uoldbrook's tail
oring establishment, next door,
east, was the next to go. Tho second
floor of this building was occupied as
ofllccs, while the third story contained
tho masonic 16'dgo' room. Continu) tig
on its way cast the fire next attacked
C Ross & Co.'s establishment. Tho
contents of this building wcro of a
most inflammable character and it was
a blazltfg furnaco in a few minutes.
Hero tho progress of tho firo was con
trolled fortunately, for tho Dominion
Methodist church, Which adjoined it,
and which had been In great danger.
The Black River Flood.
Black Kiveb Falls, Wis., Doc 3.
Tho recent floods on Black river sur
passed anything in history of tho coun
ty at so latfc a period in tho falL As
returns from tho lower river country
como in much loss of stock and other
property is reported.
It is reported that tho long and expen
sive fill at tho end of Melrose bridge is
washed away. The roads aro washed
away in all directions. Tho lumber
men claim thai If no moro damage is
flono hero tho floo'd will bo ft' blessing
to their business.
Corbott Will Meet Sharkey.
Nkw Yomc, Dee. 3. Champion James
A. Corbott, when ho heard tho result
of the Sharkcy-Fitzsimmons fight, sent
tho following telegram to tho winner:
"Tom Sharkey, San Francisco: Am
very sorry at Mr. Fitzsimmons foul
tactics in his contest with you, which
prevented your getting a decision over
him in a full ten round contest with
out a foul. I am ready to meet you on
or before January 1, 1897.
(Signed.) James A. Coimr.TT."
Tio ire juxriuvuVHliuit.
St. Louis, Dec. 3. I resident Baxter,
of the Gibson Ashphnltum company,
has received word from the mines of
tho company near Fort Chesne. Utah,
that the Ore which has been burning
there for several days has been ex
tinguished and the bodies of the dead
miners will be recovered at onco if
they havo not been cremated.
v in? t ItfStrictlnns Krmovttl.
Washington? DbJ. 3. In" compliance
witli'manylrVquests'' Secretary Carlisle
Wednesday 'issucd'an order removing
tho restrictions against the importa
tion and sale of breech loading rifles
in the territory of Alaska except upon
the seal islands of Saints George and
Blue and black Kerseys and j r? f
beavers, velvet collars, plain .QJ
or fancy lining.
Elegant Kersey and Beayer j
overcoats in blue, black or H ,JIJ
brown, silk sleeve lining and
Overcoats and Utators 4 f fhn
made from choice blue and J m (JU
black Kersevs, Meltons,
Friezes and .Elysians, elegantly lined
with silk and worsteds.
Hoy's long pant suits made r ))
from uluo and black cheviots j (J(J
well made and trimmed; sizes
Vi to 19 years.
Donblo and single breasted, C f
hit ictly all wool suits, iu Li. Q fl
blue, black and fancy check
cheviots, splendidly made; sizes, 13 to
Overcoats and Ulsters, in jr nn
Oxfords and Kersys, perfect ci (JJ
litting; sizes. 14 to 10. ' cv
Overcoats in bluo and black C f
korseys, elegantly made, h hJ
made to fit; faizes, 14 to 10. '''
OldR. O. -Building
Locked in a House, Suffocated
They Procured Matches and Accident
ally Fired a Pile of Clothes.
On the Mnther'H Iteturn II or I.lttlo Onei
Wire Fount! I.ylnc; Ueal tirt Ifn Floor
UiihuIk to Kucapn They find lleon
tiiuotheretl tiy tho Siubke.
Ciucaoo, Dee. 8. Four children
locked In a house at 1210 Fifty-Third
avenuo wero smothered' to death dur
ing n lire in a pile of clothing in the
room where they all wcro playing
Wednesday. Mrs. Mary liarth, tho
mother, left the house at 10:30 o'clock
to go to tho Chicago, Milwaukee & Si.
Paul railway yards to pick coal, lock
ing tho door behind her. The children,
Joseph, t years; Itosic, four years,
John, two years, and Louis, one year old
wore playiug in tho dining rpom. Dur
ing tho absence of tho mother they se
cured a box of matches, and it isiup
poscd ignited the' clothing in their
play. The curtains over tho only win
dow in the room wore burned nnd tho
casemonts wero scorched. Tho dis
tracted mother roturned two hours
later to find tho houso filled with
smoke. The heap of burned clothing
was still smouldering, and tho bodies
ot tho little ones wore lying on tho
An empty bucket was nearby indica
ting that an attempt had been mado to
extinguish tho blaze. Unablo to open
doors or windows and having' ex-'
haustcd tho supply of water in tho
house tho four children were overconio
in tho dense smoke that filled tho
whole houso and wero dead before as
sistance came. John 'Barth, tho father,
is a teamster and had loft homo to at
tend to his work early 'Wednesday
BLUE AND GRAY.
Petition l'iled for tlm Incorporation of
tho Yeterctnn' Association.
St. Louis, Dec 3. A petition for a
proforma decree of incorporation was
filed in Judge Woods' court Wednesday
afternoon by tho Association of the
Veterans of tho Blue and Gray. The
officers are: President, Geo. F. Cram;
secretary and treasury, L'dward Meier.
Among the other members aro Chas.
G. Warnor, Congressman Scth W. Cobb,
Moses C. Wetmore, tam'l Kennard,Bev.
Samuel J. Nicollb, Joseph Boyce, J. It.
Dougherty and Robert McCulloch.
This is tho first society of tho kind to
"bee formed, and, since their initial
meeting n month ago many applica
tions havo been made from all quarters
for permission to form subordinate so
cieties. Any honorably discharged
soldier or sailor on either side during
the war of the rebellion is eligible to
Hob an Omaha Loan OT.lco of Watched,
Jewolry and Diamonds to tho Value of
Omaha, Nob., Dec. 3. Burglars
broke into tho safe of tho Nebraska
Loan Oillce and looted It of upwards of
.5,000 worth of watches, diamonds and
Tho safe door knob was knocked off
and a hole drilled through the lock
controlling tho big bolt which manipu
lates the tumblors. A punch displaced
the lock and the big safe doors opened
without the uso of explosives or creat
ing any noise.
The inside doors wore operated sim
ilarly with tho result that tho contents
of the safe, representing about S5,000,
were at tho disposal of the rob
bers. Bloven trays of watches, diamonds
and jewels wero emptied and the rob
bers disappeared without leaving any
thing but two broken drills and their
methods of procecduro to the.police up
on which to base a clue.
The Monet try Itoform Conference.
ISDlAN.vroi.is, Iud., Dee. 3. 'Iho lo
cal executive committee in charge of
tho arrangements for the monetary re
form convention mot Wednesday aft
ernoon in the oilice of Judge E. II. Mar
tindalo and held a general consulta
tion to outline in some mcasuro the
work of preparing for tho gathering.
Tho date of tho convention was fl.ed
for Tuesday, January 13, and tho form
of the call was talked over in a gen
eral way 'lh is will be ready to issue
in a few days. It was decided to ap
point sub-committees upon transporta
tion, finance and hall, but these com
mittees wero not named.
Secretary CarltKlu Ileporr.
WASHihGTOjf, Doc. 3. Secretary Car
lisle's annual report probably will not
be presented to congrcbs until tho sec
ond week of the session 'i'lio report
ib not yet written, and it will talce
some time to put it in type after it is
ready for tho printer. Tno principal
points on firr nccs nnd tho recommen
dations it is expected will be piesentud
to congress in the present measure.
leaving Secretary Carlisle to elaborate
Aib Btanco for Ohljiputvn rails.
Mn.WAUKKi;, Wis., Dec. 3. Mayor
RauschenbergerWednesday sent a mes
sage of sympathy to tho mayor of
Chippewa Falls, and in behalf of the
citizens of Milwaukee offered to assist
tho distressed citizens of Chippewa
Falls if it is reeded. The mayor of
Chippewa Falls replied, thanking
Rauschonberger, and said that tho
flooded city was in no need of outside
assistance. . .
No Nows From Oen. Wejlcr.
Havana, Doc 3. Nothing is known
hero regarding Gen. Weyler's move
ments and no nows has been received
from his forcos. No engagements haw
Transact Important Uaslnrns nt Their
firtocnth Council In Louisville
Louibvii.i.b, Ky., Dec. 3. Tho fif
teenth council of tho Union of Ameri
can Hebrew congregations closed Wed
nesday afternoon with one of tho most
important sessions in tho organiza
tion's history. It was decided to se
cure au endowment fund of 8500,000
for the Hobrow Union collego of Cin
cinnati, tho executive board to havo
control of tho same. Rov. D. Loucht,
of Now Orleans, guaranteed to raise
8100,000 of tho fund.
It was also decided to tako part in
the parliament of religions at tho
Nashville centennial next year, and
tho appointment of a committee of
five to co-opcrato with the cen
tral conference of American rab
bis in making arrangemonts was
recommended. Tho Sabbath School
union was incorporated in tho
union of American Hebrew congre
gations. Tho National Council of Jew
ish Women was Indorsed and rabbis
instructed to give tho women all tho
aid possible. Ihero was a long dib
cussion on tho report of tho coinmlt-
Jtco on civil and religious bigots, which
ended in the report being adopted.
It is1 a very strong document and
calls for agitation through tho public
press toward securing the rights for
Jews in holding that this will be more
efficient than woiking through tho
stato department. It is held, however,
to bo tho duty of civilized governments
to protest against tho persecution of
any people on account of religious be
lief, and where protest is fruitless to
interfere by such methods as may
secure the sacred rights of human be
ings. The report opposes any change
in tho constitution of the United States
toward recognizing any form of re
ligion and it is reported that tho board
of delegates inaugurate and maintain
strenuous agitation to bring about tho
omission from all executive proclama
tions of phrases recognizing particular
AN OHIO WOMAN
Commits Snlrlilo l Juniplnc I'rom tho
rifth Story of 11 lintel In Xnw York.
Nnw Youk, Bee. 3. l'.iza Cummings,
widow 53 j cars of age, of Hillsboro,
0., who cam? to this city on November
SI, to be treated for nervous prostra
tion, committed suicide Thursday
morning by jumping from the fifth
Iloor of tho Hotel Empire, Sixty-third
Itrect and Boulewvrd.
When' Mrs, Curamings, accompanied
by her brother, Thomas llibbons, a
prominent lawyer of Columbus, O., her
lister, J. Geneve Ilibbonh, of Trenton,
W. J., and her ncice. Miss L. N. Ditt,
jf Ihllsboro, O., applied at the Hotel
ISmpiro on November 7, for accommo
lations, they were assigned to a suite
it rooms on t)io second floor.
Mrs. Cummings was very seldom
icen to leave her room. W henever she
did so she was accompanied by either
lier sister or her niece.
Thursday morning the entire party
ivere called at about 8i30. After dress
ing Mr. Hibbon left tho hotel and Miss
llibbon and Miss Ditt left Mrs. Cura
mings in her room to go to tho dining
roqra for breakfast. Mrs. Cummings
said she was not fi-iding very well and
asked to hao broa.-Iast sent up to her
After her sister and i.ioco had loft
the room Mrs. Cummings stepped out
in tho hallway and getting into one of
the elevators was carried to the fifth
iloor. She then walked down tho
hall toward tho south sido and
entering oao of tho vacant rooms
stepped out to tho firo escape. An
omployo in a stone-ynrd directly
in tho back of tho hotel, who saw her
on tho fire escape, says she stepped
out on the fire escape, and, for a mo
ment, gazed heavenwards, as if in
silent prayer; then placing her abdo
men againM tho railing of tho fire es
cape, she gave a slight kick and top
pled over, falling head first to tho
court yard below.
The woman was killed instantly by
16 tho Danger Tlnt Thrratci 0 Cli'ppcmi
Eau Ci.aip.k, Wis.. Dec. S. -To ical
ize the great danger between this city
nnd Chippewa Falls it is only neces
sary to visit tho banks of the Chippe
wa. It is a double-headed danger that
is threatened. What means are used
to smo Chippewa Falls will bring de
vastation to au Claire, Durand and
othor points below here
Tho ice ji.r.i will likely remain in
tact, perhaps, for months, and only
natural causes can break it. The river
hero is not rising in proportion to the
fiood nbovo the ptige, i.nd this means
that the Water i.cij not yet found an
Tho temperature has been below zorc
for tho last seven or eight days, but II
is now much warnier. Citizens here
look on the w at 111th as a source of dan
ger. The rher hero continues to fall,
and that means troublu in the future.
Gun "",mlnr,llnp; Cuanubatoi.
Ki:v Vi:st, Fla., Dee. 3. 1'nssengers
o tiio steamer Olivette brought news
of the burning of 00 houses in the city
of Ciuanabacoa by tho advance guard
of Maximo (.ioincz. Tho bombardment
of tho city could bo heard on tho
MIhII jipl i:ii't(ir JlH't
Jackso-, Jlibb., Dee. 3 Tho presi
dential electors mot hero Wednesday
afternoon in accordance with the state
law and cast the ' of Mississippi for
president and vico h 'ent for Bryan
and Sowall, Th-y wll meet again in
January as per tho federal law.
Till Jacks 1 1 ., wulilnp; Cases.
FiiAKKFiiitT 1 Dpi. 3. Tho Jack
win nnd Wall ng do isioas will not bo
hand ! '( n be ore Saurday, and
p ou,.v n . until ni-t Tuesday,
Given to Tom Sharkey in the
Fitzsimmons Robbed of a Victory
Which Ho Cleanly Earned.
Sharkey Wns Completely Knocked Ont
and Unci to Ito Carried From the HI rip;
The Decision Wns ICocelved With
Hoots unil Jeers hy the Audience.
San Fhancisco, Dec. 3. Bob Fitz
simmons was Wednesday night robbed
of a victory which he had clearly
earned by punching Tom Sharkey intc
insensibility, No one in tho audience
saw tho foul complained of, but all saw
Sharkey strike tho Australian in
clinches and wrestle him all over the
ring a score of times. Tho call of time
saved the sailor at tho end of four
rounds and tho referee finally ftved
him in the eighth after FltzsiiiKnons
had laid him low with a couplo of left
hooks, both of which struck tho jaw.
Fitzsimmons finished without a mark
on his body and did not rcceivo a single
fair punch from tho sailor in tho entire
As Sharkey rolled over on his back,
Wyatt Earp, tho referee, announced
fthat Fitzsimmons had struck him foul
with his kneo, and that the decision
should go to Sharkey. Tho decision
was received with hoots and jeers, and
Earp disappeared just in time to avoid
rough handling. Fitzsimmons put up
a clean, hard fight, and, though ho
was fouled repeatedly and wrestled all
over the ring, lie -.iver murmured.
In tho eighth round Sharkey led and
missed; he again led and clinched,
Fitzsimmons put his right on Tom's
face, and duplicated it a minute later.
In the breakaway Sharkc3" hugged -his
man. Fitz. led again and landed, only
to be smothered once more. This was
repeated three times, and the crowd
hissed and hissed. Sharkey was doing
nothing but wrestling. Bob got in two
hard rights, but could not reach the
boot. A hot exchange followed in
which Fitz. lauded right and left, up
per cutting his man and breaking away
easy. As Sharkey rushed again Fitz.
got in his celebrated left hook twice
ami the sailor's career was checked.
Sharkey rolled over on his back and
threw up his left leg. Fitz. smiled and
returned to his corner. The seconds were
counted oil and bharkcy was carried
to his corner limp as a dish rag. He
had to bo carried from tho ring and
appeared to be greatly distressed while
Fitz. was spry as a lark aad did not
bear a scratch. Tho crowd yellftd its
approval and shouted lustily for tho
Australian. Order could not bo,
restored long enougn for the
referee's decision to bo heard. When
order was restored the referee an
nounced Sharkey had bee-i ghen tho
decision, he having been hit foul by
Fitz. It was clearly an unfair decis
ion, as tho knock out blow was a fair
punch on the jaw. The crowd became
boisterous and cursed Earp loud and
long. Tho unanimous sentiment was
that Fitzsimmons had been robbed in
tho most cold blooded manner.
Nnw York, Dec. 3. Wyatt Earp,
refereo of the Sharkey-FiUsimmons
fight, telegraphs tho Evening Journal
as follows regarding his decision:
"The foul blow of the fight was seen
plainly by me. Fitzsimmons smashed
with his right on Sharkey's shoulder
and then with an upper cut with the
loft he struck tho sailor below the belt.
Sharkey was leaning over and the blow
knocked him down.
"It was clearly a foul Tnd before tho
bailor moved I mentioned that the fight
was over The first blow was weak
and I believe the second blow was in
tended for an upper cut, but it struck
Senator Carti'r Prefers to llae It lasncd
Cpmi at an Kxtrn Session of Congress.
Ni:v Yor.K. Dec. 3. United States
Senutots Wolcutt. of Colora io, and Car
ter, of Montana, are at the Waldorf
hotel, en route to Washington. Neither
would talk on political conditions in
Senator Carter thought it would bo
unwise to pass the Dingley bill Ho
would prefer to have an ctr.i session of
congress pass upon tho tariff question.
Ho would not be surprised, however, to
see a substitute for tho Dingley bill
offered for consideration at the coming
session but it is his opinion that the
Dingley bill is derd. Ho thought
there is a disposition on the part of the
prcsiilent-elei.1 in recognizs the Pacific
coast by an appointment to tho cabi
net if the right man is presented, lie
declared that suggestions of Mr. Bliss,
of New York and Mi", l'ayne, of Wis
consin, for cabinet positions met with
Teaiitstfri.' I'atil l'l;llt,
Sr Louis, Dec. 3 In a quarrel in
tho railroad yards lit East St Louis
Wednesday afternoon, Heury Schmel
zcr, iigt-'d 28 yciiri, (struck Christopher
Ludwig, agod B2 years, on the head
with an a. killing him instantly,
fachmolzor lied towards Belleville and
is being pursued by Chief of Police
Ganey and a constantly Increasing
posso. Both men were teamsters.
Tli'n Ilnnihurg tloils Laborers' C rllie.
Loxpox, Dec. 3 Tho leaders of the
London clock laborors declare that
they havo received telegrniiis front
Hamburg informing them that a largo
majority of tho English non-union la
borers who went to Hamburg to tako
tho places of the strilters are refusing
to unload vessels and aro rctnrning to
England. Tho London Doekmcn's
union is subscribing one shilling a
week per man for tho support of tho
A cream of tartel baking powder. Highest
ot all in leavening strensth. Latest United
States Government Food Report.
Koval Bakino Powdeu Co., New York.
1 B..!.r Overcoats
Ages, 4 to 8, $2.00.
f Ages, 9 to 15. $2,50.
10 an8H5 conts.
Ages, 7 to 15,
$3.00 to $5.00.
Sizes 34 an45, $6.50. f
Wero $10 kad $12.
Only have a few of these ?
i sizes left iu these goods. ?
A chance for j'ou little
1 men and big boys if you
want a real bargain. J
J Star i
t House, t
9 Bring in your periodical
& tickets. i
Killed II s IVlfo nnil Escaped. "13
Bomingtox, I1L, Dec. 3. Wcdncs
djjnorning in Ford county just across
iWs lino from Anchor, McLean county,
I' red Geddyn, a farm hand, choked his
wife to death and then hanged tho
body to the door by a cord, after which
he escaped and has not been appre
hended. Ho came to this country re
cently from Germany. Ho is believed
to bo insane.
I.-jtro Mcti-ur I'ullH Ni-ar liocliport. III.
Louisiana, Mo., Doc. .".About 10:15
o'clock Wednesday morning a terrific
explosion was felt in this city. Citi
zens wero greatly frightened, and it
was thought that tho powder works of
the 1'epauna Chemical Co. at Ashburn,
ten miles north of here, had blown up.
Later it was learned that a largo
meteor had fallen and exploded near
Uockport. 111., 12 miles from here.
Snnator Vonrlipos (loos to Washington.
TEiiiin ITauii:, Iud., Dec. :!. Senator
Voorhees loft for Washington Wednes
day evening. Ilo was in better health
and spirits than any time in a year
past, and expects to be present at the
opening session of congress next Mon
day. Thob-iiiator ha.s received nn offer
from tho Southern I jtcura bureau for
a series of lectures and probably will
Mrainrrg len Hound.
SuiT.nioit, Wis., Dec. 3. Half a
dozen steamers are said to bo bound
tight in the ice nlong the north shore
of Lake Superior, and it will bo Impos
sible to release them. Tho steamer
Victory, loaded with wheat, is ice
bound within a bhorl distance of tho
harbor, and the efforts of tho tugs to
release hor havo been useless.
Tho Weather. .
WAsniKOTOK, Dec a Western Pennsyl
vania and Ohio ralr except on tho lakes;
light local snows; not so cola on Friday; light
to Ircstt southwesterly winds.
West Virginia Fair weather Friday, slow
ly rising tomporature; variable winds shifting
Tennessee and Kentucky Fair Weather Fri
day, slowly rising temperature; variablo
-Hinds shifting to southerly.
Illinois and Jrdl r.u Fair and slightly
watm-r Frlduy, hfijht to" fresh winds mostly
watm-r Frlduy, Wjnt to fresh winds mostly tlH
I southerly. H