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VOL. II: NO.45
AJAiaitTTA, "(tlIO. FRIDAY, lEBHUARY 21, 1890.
PRICE ONE CEN1
In Which the Insurgents Are
Reported to Have Met Defeat.
The Rebels Attacked by Gen. Linares
Near Mount Chamborazo.
Xtebel t.nu 11 Killed a Ail SOiVFoiinrled
Gen. l'ratx Defeats the Insarcpn. '
Uunimjiilen Mountains Garrison at
. Jnriico Strencliteiid by eler.
Washington, Fob. 20. Tho follow
ing dispatch was received by tho Span
ish minister Wednesday night:
Havana, Feb. 20. Oon. Linares,
who has been two days following' the
trade of tho enemy, attacked tho rebel
forces in tho Porvenlr hill, near Mount
Chamborazo. Tho insurgents were
defeated, losing 11 killed and 30
Gen. Pratz mot two days ago in the
Guunajalcs mountains a band of 1,000
insurgents, commanded by Varonn y
ISotolongo, and pursued thorn to tho
Pardinas plantation. The enemy lost
five men killed. Thirteen horsss were
captured. Gen. Pratz went? afterward
with his column to Union do Beyea.
The volunteers have been defeated
in tho Jose fl to plantation by tho bands
of Garcia and Acevcdo.. Fifty men of
tho Sanquintin regimont rcconnoiter
ing in Savannah Guanajay defeated a
band of insurgents, killing- two and
capturing their horses and rifles.
Havana, Fob. 20. Having received
advices that Macco had passed by the
Santa Amolia plantation in the direc
tion of Faparte and the Corca cattle
ranch with 3,000 men, including SO
wounded in recent engagements with
Col. Scguera and other columns,
and that Maximo Gomez with his
forces arriving at the Morales planta
tion with the intention of uniting his
forces with those of Macco, I have re
inforced tho garrison of Jarueo with
companies of tho Guadalajare battal
ion and I have given oulcrs to the
columns of Cols. Galvis and Frances to
go from Gabriely Santiago do Las Ve
gas through Havana by rail to take
positions on tho railroad toMatanzas be
tween Jarueo and Argucale. Sis troops
of cavalry commanded by Gen. Ruiz
have gone from Bejucal to Cuatro Cam
inos on tho road from Havana to
Guines. Col. Seguera is following tho
enemy. Gen. Aldecoa goes toward
Carmen to meet the column of Her
nandoi that comes from Catalina. The
command of Gen. Echaguo is at Guines.
Gen. Pratz and Col. Molina are march
ing toward tho mountains of Madruga
from Union do Eoyos and San Nich
Tho bulk of tho enemy seems head
ing towards tho province of Matanzas
and I proposo by these combined
movements to oblige him to fight
FT. THOMAS MURDER.
Conchmnn Jackson Still Sticks to Ills Story
Scott Jackson!! Letter to Will Wood.
Cincinnati, Feb. 20. Coachman
George II. Jackson still adheres to his
claim that he drove tho cab on tho
fatal night. The polico officials aro
inclined to beliove his story. Of tho
rewards for new information disclos
ing tho ownership of tho vehicle used,
S100 has been turned over to, Mayor
Caldwell, subject to his decision. An
other reward of 500 is yet outstand
ing. Will Wood, tho third person impli
cated in tho crime, says ho received
letters from Jackson which ho de
stroyed, that contained damaging ad
missions. In ono of them, written
February !, Jackson is alleged to have
said that ho had made a big mistake,
and that ho feared trouble. lie begged
"Wood not to forsake him.
Wood says ho burned all the letters,
but that they were read to persons
who will testify to tho fact
Wood will use his statomont about
these letters to povo that he was not
in in the eity just prior to Pearl Bry
an s death.
The Durrnnt Cne
San Fkancisco, Fob. 20. Tho bill of
exceptions in the case of W. IJ. T.
Durrant, sentenced to bo hanged for
tho murder of Blanche Lamont in tho
. Emanuel Baptist church in April last,
will bo presented to Judge Murphy for
settlement on Thursday of nest week.
It is now thought that the supremo
court will reach tho Durrant appeal
during the April term.
. Kiplnrer tauten.
ST.PKTKiismma, Feb. 20. Tho Bus-
sitfn explorer, Baiun Toll, who estab
lished the Nansen provision depots on
tho now raioerian isianus. cam ivca
nesday that ho was convince I that Dr.
Nanson was returning by tho way of
provision depots, and thought it prob
ablo that ho was lingering on tho way
in order to recuperate., ;
Annum Convention ot Republican Leaznes.
Chicago, Feb. 20, Tho executive1!
committee of tho National Republican
league met at tho Auditorium Wednes
day and decided to hold tho annual
convention at, Milwaukee, August 25,
20 and 27. Plans are being made to
have this. convention, the greatest dem
onstration in the history of the league.
School Teacher, Solcldr-s,
Jacksonville, HLr Feb. .20. Wed
nesday morning, at tho Mitchell hotel,
Jesse Tandy, a young school teacher,
committed, suicide by cutting his
throat from.. oar, to ear wlth.arazor,
No cause has been discovered for the
( hopped to l'leces by llobbors.
LAwnKNCB, Kas., Feb. 20: Robbers
broke, into tho house of J. T. Lambern
o. wealthy farmer, who lived at 'Fall
Leaf, near here, and chopped him to
pieces, the crime being committed dur
ing the absence of his family.
Hew and Interesttnc llappealnei Within
Thll State Will lie Itepresented nt the Mex
ican Exposition. .
Comimuu"!. O , Kcb Jo, Kematic utnirfii
troriucedT l'rovliiloR that a technical error la
a nnntraq. between Ibo city and, an elucttlo
light or cai company shall not Invalidate tho
contract! ptotflcllnri,. that Irpa-wrtttcn. wills
shall be valid! giving treasurers thrco-Iourlhi
of the penalty Itr'dollnquonmollccttaiis. and 3
pur Lent. In regular taxest pioUdhv thatlnas
Rlgnmeut canes proferment of creditors shall
Aulas an assignment nnd tho transfer of prop
erty of such debtor, Tho sonato concurred In
Mr llod,jo Joint resolution, for the appoint
ment of a commission to repnuenl Ohio at tho
Muxcnn exposition. Mr. I.Ji)lng' bill, malt
ing InnUn, outsldo county scats, thlcii aro
county depositories by award, liable for funds
In tin Ir cure.
Utilise The house passed Mr. llutherford's
hill appropriating $IM(U0 top ly ihu deficien
cies growing out of services rondo roil by tho
national guard during tho minor's Htrllto In
18J I Hunks hud advanced tho money and tlioy
will he rclnvuiuaed. There ,werp HI bills on
tho house calendar Thursday fur tho third
witling and 31 for tho second, most or Milch
wore loc.il bills nnd which the au
thors desired pissed undar a suspension of
the rules. To get those hills out of tho way. n
majority signed a tall for a night session.
Tho Spear investigation rest the state about
Wl Hcpresentattwi Murphy, of Tauldlng,
will Introdueo a bill providing .for tho election
by tho people of county lnllrmafy directors.
lcar Delaware Humeri to llin flrounrl In
mates Kescuod With IMnlcjilty.
Ci.kvki.a.ni), O., Feb. 20. A special
to tho Tress from'Dclawarc, O., says:
The Delaware county childicn's home,
located just north of this cttv, burned
to tho ground at midnight. When the
firemen arried they devoted all
their time to rescuing the 41 in
mates, ranging in age from f, to 12
years. They weioall ttikau out with
difficulty clad only in their night
clothes. Tho mercury was below zero
nnd they suffered terribly beforo cov
ering could he procured. A streetcar
was sent for and the su Tiering children
were taken to tho mayor's office.
Thursday morning they were fed by
citizens in the city building. There
were many narrow escapes. J'roncrty
VTIIl liny the C, T & M. Unllrnnd.
Di:rtiCK, O., Feb. 20. Tho people
of Defiance .ire rejoicing at tho pros
pect of the speedy cdmpletion of the
C L. it M., lallroad property that lias
lain idle for several years. The road
bed has been completed from Lima to
this city, but.the road has never been
finished. Marcus Vallasky, :t Chicago
attorney, representing tho Pennsyl
vania systemwas in this city Thurs
day and gayo the assurance that tho
men who sent him hpro wcie contem
plating purchasing tho road and com
pleting it nt an early date.
School Building llurnrd.
O.r.VEl.ANn, O., Feb. 2a A special
to tho Piei.s from Wilmington, O,
says: Fire broke out in the fachool
building of the Clinton couaty chil
dren's home shortly after school was
called Thursday morning.,, There
wore .10 children in the building at tho
time, ranging fiom S to 10 years old,
and some of them were rescued by tho
teachers nnd attendant's with diffi
culty, When they were taken out
some of them suffered greatly from
exposuro to the zdro weather. The
building burned to tho ground.
Two Cents a Mile.
UriT.it Sandusky, 0.; Feb. 20. A
special train containing the officials of
the Pittsburgh, Ft Wayno and Chi
cago railway passed over tho line
Wednesday, from Pittsburgh to Ft.
Wayne, distributing petitions which
railway employes are requested to
have signed, protesting against the
passago of the two-cent faro railway
bill, now pending in the general as
sembly. Tho point is made that the
passage of tho bill will result in reduc
tion of wages.
' Carnegie All Right at Youngstotvn.
Younostswn, O , Fob. 2ft At a meet
ing of tho board of commerce hold
Thursday afternoon Andrew Carnegie
was elected as an honorary member of
tho board. This action was occasioned
by tho blackballing of Carnegie by tho
Cleveland chamber of commerce, the
members of the local board being
mostly iron manufacturers who main
tain a regard for Carnegie as ono of.
their business associates.
Municipal Koformers nt Youngstoivn.
Younqstown, O.'Feb. 20. A call has
been issued by about three hundred
prominent citizens for a meotlng of
municipal reformers to bo held on Sat;
nrday night. They propose to put an
Independent candidate for mayor in
Accidentally Bitot Ulmsolr
Warisen, O., Fob. 20. Young Clar
ence Strong, of this city, Is in a. crit
ical condition from 'the effects of in
juries received by tho accidental dis
charge Sf a revolver Wednesday after
noon. The bullet lodged near tho
Prominent Ulyrta Attorney Dead.
Elyhia, O., Feb. 50. Jonas Ken
deigh, a resident of Amherst and a
prominent young member of the Lo
rain county bar, died Tuesday night at
his home. Mr. ICcndeigh graduated
from Ann Arbor a year ago.
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Wants 810,000 Damages.
Jackson, O., Feb. 20. James Pcarce-
fio)d, a miner, has brought suit against
the Coalton Coal company to recover
810,000 damages for injuries received In
one of the mines of tho company,
' " r Uled'nt Longlew,
Cincinnati, Fob. 20. J. n. Kott
meyer, of Home City, who became ins
sane from following the details of the
Pearl Bryan murder, died at Longvlewt
Chicago Garment Cutters and
Trimmers Go on a Strike. '
An Effort to Have Them Do Piece
i Work.vPractically Reducing Wage.
About Right Ilnndred Men Walked, .Ont
Thursday Morning;; This Affects-AlLi
' tho Makers nr larniehtsvn the Cltyr
or Nearly 85,000 l'eoplo In All.
CnifiAnn. lfnlv. 2n At n. montlncr of
Lodge 01 of thoUnitpd Garment Mak
ers of Amciica Wednesday night tho
cutters and trimmers of Chicago de-,
clnrcd a genoral strike excluding about
ten cloth icis against whom there is no
grievance. , '
The cuttors and trinfiners in the city
have been working on a minimum
salary of S-J0 weekly and now an effort
is being inado to havo them do picco
work, which will, in many cases, re-1
dtico wages. It is against this that' tho
About oiglit hundred men left work
Thursday morning. Thin will affect
all the makers of garments and tho
families of all concerned, and it is es
timated that over 25,000 people will bo
affected by tbc strike. The cuttors as
sert that they have plenty of monoy $o
sustain the strike and that it is an
opportune timo for declaring their
rights, as it is Hearing tho end of a
season and they would in any event
bo idle for a short time. Tho cuttors
aro nil orderod out at once. No com
mittees have been appointed to wait
on the manufacturers, but tho cutters
themselves wait to bo approached for
a settlement of difficulties.
THE MINE HORROR.
dumber of Lives Lost is rift)-lTUo Sev
eral llodle Inken Out
New Casti.i?, Col., Feb. 20 The
number of lives lost in tho 'Vulcan
mine explosion, nccording to tho coro
ner's list, is 53. The officers of tho
company havohecked up their lamp
list, which shows that Ql lamps were
issued that morning to miners, so that
it is probablo that 55 will about cover
tho casualties of tho explosion. Four
bodies were recovered up to three
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, ,tho
deadly gas still preventing a thorough
search of tho long slope and
the many chambers. A temporary fan
was set up and a vigorous effort made
to clear the mine of its deadlyfumes,
but as all ventilation must bo done
through tho slope this is a slow process.
Lortunately it was fully provpn nod,
nesday morning that tho mine did not
become fired by tho explosion and
after tho debris at the first 300 feot of
slope was removed all furthor obstruc
tions seems to haye been oveicomo and
nothing but the black damp now pre
vents tho rescue of tho bodies of tho
dead men. '
WANT THE DISPUTE SETTLED.
Knglnnd Will Arbitrate tho Venezuela Mat
ter M ltii the United States.
London, Fob. 20. Tho Daily Chron
icle Thursday announces tho actual
situation between Clicat Britain and
the United States regarding tho Ven
ezuelan boundary dispute thus: Great
Britain is resolved' to arbitrato" the
Venezuelan boundary dispute directly
with tho United States. The method
to bo adopted and details of tho settle
ment are alone under consideration.
Tho governments aro being urged by
persons of Influence to conclude the
matter as speedily as possible.
Skeptical in Iocar to tho Alleged Disrov
err of tho North Pole, i
IiO.npo?.', Feb. 20. Baron Oscar Dixon,
a patron of tho Arctic exploration, has
expressed himself as boing entirely
skeptical regarding tho alleged dis
covery of tho north polo by Dr. Nan
sen. Tho Fram, Dr. Kapsen's ship,
Baron Dixon says, was probably seen
drifting in tho pack ice und that fact,
he thinks, gave rise to tho conjecturo
that thcvfxplorer had discovered tho
pole und was returning.
Coreau Minister, l'rnsmitcd to the I'rcal-
Wasi'IN'oto.n, Feb. 20. rora Kwan
Soli, the new minister from Corea to
tho United States was formally pre
sented to President Cleveland in the
blue room of the white house by Sec-
I Hnn, ntn.n nf 11 AAlnnlV W.l ,1
morning. Tho ceremony was made
particularly interesting from tfio fact
that it was tho first occasion of state
at which Corea's diplomatic repre
sentatives have appeared, in European
dross and with tho quoue- under the
decree of January 1 last.
Uombs Kiplodod in tile ltoyal Harden.
Madijid, Feb. 2tt A bomb was ex
nlodcd.at about nine o'clock Wednes-
day evening, in the garden. of tho royal
paloco inhis city. An energetic
search was at once Instituted by the
palace guard, and while this was being
carried on tly-ee other bombs were ex
ploded at different' points in tho gar
den.. No ono was' injured by the ex
plosions, which aro believed' to ba,ve
been the wgrk of an anarchist,
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England Will tfot Utir Uclucon liar.
London, Fob. 20. The Daily Tele
graph Thursday says It baa tkq high
est authority for staingi that tho ru
mor which was circulated on tho stock
exchange Wednesday that tho British
government was arranging- f6r U10'
purcha.se ot Delagpa bay is entirely
without foundatlqp, '
He Leaves Anklous Creditors.
Montreal, reb::0-Wv A.. Caswell,
one of tho bestikupwn accountants of
this city, has leftor'pars.tinUngwq,
leaving mauy anxious creditors. Mi
shortage, HMs sajd, will amount to ovtr
, CONDENSED NEWS
Uathored From All Tarts of the Contitry
Attorney General Harmon has ap
pointed XV. T. Maginnis assistant dis
trictattorney for Utah.
,Ga exploded in tho Osago Coal'MIn
ingCo's shaft ot Krobs, Ok., in which
five miners were severely burned from
tho effects of which two of them aro
likely to die.
Mr, Biown (rep., Utah) Wednesday
introduced in the senatoa bill appro
priating 8500,000 foil a public building
at Salt Lake CUy and 860,000 for a pub
lic building at Ogden.
James II. Barton, founder of Barton
Heights, a pretty residential suburb of
Richmond, Va , has filed a deed of as
signment in tho county court The li
abilities aro placed at 803,000.
There was much anxiety fcltat Hall
fax Vr'cdnesday over the non-arrival of
tho British steamer Strathcarron with
a crew of about twonty-fivo men, now
ton flays overdue, from tho East In
dies. Tho interstate commerco commis
sion held a brief session in Chicago
Wednesday morning and adjourned
sine dlo to allow Chairman Morrison
to go to Vashingtpn on account of his
wife's illness. "
Mack GUI, a son of the recontlv ap
pointed postmaster at Clinton, Miss.,
has been arrostod on a chargo of hav
ing robbed the post office and southern
express oflico recently. Hq has con
fessed to both.
Tho senate in executive session Wed
nesday eoniiimed tho following nomin
ations: W. II. Pugh, o Ohio, to bo
anditor for the navy department; Peter
Vlctdr Deuster, of Wisconsin, consul
at Crefield, Germany.
Tho Mississippi house of representa
tives ndoptcd strong free coinage res
olutions and declaring it would not
favor tho nomination of any demo
cratic candidate for tho presidency
holding views adverse thereto.
Whilo a cage containing oiglit men
was descending a colliery pit at Leigh
Lancashire, Eng., Thursday morning,
tho catches failed to work and tho
cage crashed to tho bottom of the pit.
All of tho men in tho cage wore killed.
C. r. Bush, a planter of Kemper
county, Miss , was robbed of a check
made pa able to bearer, for 51,000 and
$230 in money, whilo on a crowded
Mobile & Ohio passenger train near
Meridan, Miss. Money and highwayman
E. T Hylnnds, from Plainfield, 111.,
committed suicido at Atlanta, Go., in a
cell at the police station. Ho fastened
a chain about his neck? and strangled
himself to death. He was unbalanced
mentally. Ho came to Atlanta last
week to buy land.
A Fatal Snowball.
Bi r.AWAilK, 0 Fob. 20. Mrs. Eliza
beth Glaze, of Norton, whilo on her
return home after having attended a
religious theeting at the Baptist church
there, was struck with a snowball by
Eonio unknown person and since has
grown rapidly worse until she is now
critically ill. Fears aro entertained
that she'wlll die.
Been in the business long enough. Want to quit it From now until
the first of March we will offer our entire stock at such
Greatly Reduced Prices
As will dispose of it ail. Are you looking for Bargains? Just gaze
" $ .50 at $35. ' '
1.00 " .73.
1.50 ' ,0G.
$ .75 'j
at $ .50. .
1.2y ,at ,9 .89-f
1.50 " '4.19.
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At i price.
These prices cannot be duplicated. This sale will last until March
Isr, positively no longer. Cash is King, nojng else goes.
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88 Front Street,
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A croam of tartar Baking Ponder Ulptr si
of nil In leavenlnn strength. Latttt tlniUo
Atalet now merit Food lleport.
Royav Bakimo Powdku Co , 106 Wall St. N."i
Murrlrr nnd Arson.
Chicago, l'eb. 20. bhortly before
noon. Thurcdav fire was discovered at
215S Pearborn street. On penetrating
the room whence tho smoke was issu
ing, neighbors found the body of Mrs.
Ellen Randolph, a colored woman ly
ing on a burning bed. She had re
ceived ." cuts from a hatchet, any one
of which would lavo proved fatal.
Tnere ii no clew to the murderer.
Mrs. Randolph was treasurer of tlio Or
der of tho Household of Iluth, and rob
bery is supposed to have been tho mo
tivo forthe crime.
llutchor Assaulted and Hohhcd.
Danvim.k, Ind., Feb. 20. Wm. Tash
was assaulted in his butcher shop and
robbed of nearly $200 Two men en
tered the shop, ono knocked Tash
down with a leg of mutton and the
other jumped on him and tied a rope
around his throat so tightly that Tash
nearly died from strangulation. Ho is
in such a dazed condition that he is
nnable to give a description of the rob
bers, who made their rcanp. "
llcriucsts tn tlin Jluptists.
S11CI.11YVH.T.K, Ind., Fob.20 Tho will
of the late John V. Robertson, who
died Saturday night, was offered for
probate. He left a largo estate, and,
among other bcquesti, gave to the
Mount Pisgah Baptist church, of this
'county, SI, 000. and to the Baptist State
Convention of Indiana a like amount.
The estate is estimated at S73.000.
Injured hy a Holler Explosion. .
Chicago, Feb. 20 Five men were
seriously injured, two of them fatally,
by the explosion of a boiler at the
World's fairgrounds Thursday morn
ing. Tho men were engaged in dredg
ing and landscape work, and tho boil
er, which was the last one left in ma
chinery hall, was used to furnish pow
er for their work.
Washington, Feb. 20. Cadet ap
pointments to tho United States Mili
tary academy havo been conferred on
J. P. Loaguo, Neptune, O., with H. F.
Puthoff, Cclina, as alternate and B. P.
Yates, Now Ulm, Minn., with J. It Cur
rent, Home, as alternate.
50 3.00, 3 50 and $4.00 at $2.15.
50 5.00, G 00, 7.00 and $S.00 at
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s'All 10.00 and $12.00 at $0.99..
1,1 "' ' I 1, ;. t .1,
1 ill", 13,50 and llS.OO.at $9.48.' ,
All l.qp, 20.00 and $22.00 at i
Arrival and Doparture of Traius.
D. & O. S.W.
Depart 8,00 a. m 10:I0 a. m., S.00 p, m., i.S
p. m.. 7:00 p m 11:25 p.m.
AiiiuvK 3-05 a. m , 8:10 a. m , 1J:25, p. m 1:8
p. m., Oiio, p. m , 8:C3 p.m.
Leave 2. cp m . 9:00, 4:10 a.m
Aiutivi 1 I2:j, 7.33p m. 7:15a m
U. &. Iu.
0:23 a.m. J:S5p. m
...... 11: ir. a.m., 7:05 p. m
z. & o.
Leave 8:20 a.m., 2.40 p. m
AitnivE ip:40a. m 6:cs p m-
O. K. H. B. (LdstcrnTlrao )
Spurn lo:u, 2:iu.i in j 7:'0p.m,
Noiixii..: llllS p. m ; 8:40,7:23 a.m.
I Light Weight Overcoats: f
I You will need one this
1 cold weather; avail
I yourself of this I
chance, your' choice m
J of our $10.00, $12 50 f
and $15.00 coats for f
The Time is Short.
The balance of this
month you can have
your choice of our
Boys' Long Pant Suits I
at a reduction In I
price and one of our
stem winder and set f
watches thrtwn in. f
This watch keeps f
good time ' and is f
worth $3,00. I
TheHINES '' '
I Don't pay $5.00 for a f
! Derby Hat until you f
see the "Hanes" at
i $3.00, a guaranteed
1 hat and the best for
1 the price you ever $
( saw. An up-to-date f
, hat, light in weight?
i and a beauty. f
5.00, G.00 and $7.00 at $3.88.
S.00 and $10.00 at $0.99.
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12.00 and $13.50 at $9.15.
15.00 and over $ off.
Boys' and Children's
Suits 1-2 offreg-
uar price. '
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