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B ATTLE IN CUB A.
Report at Tampa, Fla of a Defeat
LAEGI lOECES 09 IITHEB SIDE.
tndiratlona at Hinai That Maee Baa
Calaed a Victory Havana rapera Gin I
It t r KonKh ftar the Bcknla An '
Tm&d Uk Oeatlnaea," aad latiaaat '
n.i rui. v. a 111 t I
Ins Spala'a Haada,
Cincinnati. Dec. 4. A special to The
Commercial-Tribune from Tampa. FUu,
says: From passengers from Havana
laet evening it Is learned that rumors
are rife in Havana that a fight has Just
occurred between the vanguard of Wey-
ler's army and some of Maceo's men,
with large forces on each side. No de
tails are mentioned because, the passen
gers say, the people in Havana are
nr.ore than usually reticent, since It
is learned that the Spanish army did
not come off best. It Is believed there
fore that Maceo gained a victory. The
palace people seemed more than usual
ly vigilant and active yesterday, which
is significant. Two hundred sick and
wounded soldiers were brought Into the
city hospitals yesterday from near
Mariel and San Cristobal. It is re
ported in Havana that Weyier has lost
two railroad trains from dynamite ex
plosions, including much needed army
supplies for his men, sent from Ha
vana. Will lie Newa la Thia Neck o' Wood.
Havana. Dec. 4. The Daily Comerclo
has the following editorial on the out
look for Cuban affairs and the atti
tude of foreign governments towards
the question: "La force prime le
droit" force overpowers right, said
Bismarck to Europe, which was heard
with astonishment and to the scandal
of the German empire. Spain during
two years has treated the rebels and
their accomplices like gentlemen. We
have made sincere protests full o. dig
nity to the United States against their
Jingoes calumnating Spain and call
ing us bloody tiger3, in spits of the
noble conduct of the army Joward the
Cubans. These proceedings and the
language of the press are reflections
upon the Yankees."
Talka Abont Applying Force
The Comerclo protests against the
insulting attitude of the American
press and its favorable attitude to
wards the insurgents and says: "Spain
has gained no consideration through
diplomacy, and must in future depend
upon material force to command respect
for its rights. Time has shown this and
teaches us to to sharpen our nails for
the fray." The paper criticises the in
consistency and vacillating policy of
the New York newspapers and of the
London Times and says: "Americans
are totally incapable of good faith and
It is time the Spaniards were convinced
that only the army and navy will avail
that a restored Spanish fleet anbakhn
to settle the question. We suggest that
a restored Spaninsh fleet and 300,030
men will be able to go anywhere."
Saya Senator Morgan Ia Rrlrntlng.
The Comercio notes that Senator
Morgan is already relenting in his pre
vious desire to gobble Cuba, and is now
talking conservatively on the question.
An editorial in Ia Lucha deals with
the exhortation by the London and
Paris press to Spain to deliver a decis
ive blow against the insurgents, be
cause the settlement of the Venezuelan
question and Kngland's recognition of
the Monroe doctrine makes mediation
in Cuba from Washington probable as
an indirect result of the Monroe doc
Venezuelan Question Not a Precedent.
La Lucha says of this view: "The
Knglish press has lost its serenity and
good sense and its boasted Impartial!
ty. Other questions such as the limits
of Guiana have no affinity with the dis
cussion of the limits of Spain's posses
sions In Cuba. Since its discovery no
body has disputed Spain's right of
possession. With reference to the argu
ment of the English press that the ele
vation of McKinley to the presidency
will give an impetus to the Monroe
doctrine. La Lucha expresses the be
lief that the new president will not al
low his ideals and passions to supplant
his duties as a statesman.
Rebels Attaek a Havana Suburb
Further details of the attack on
Guanabacoa, on the outskirts of Ha
vana, state that the attack began at
10:20 on Tuesday night. The rebels, af
ter an hour's skirmish, broke through
the Spanish picket linos, entered the
city and set Are to a large numlier of
houses in Aguacate and Talo Rlanco
streets. Only one store of Importance
was burned, it is said, although the In
surgents made many efforts to set fire
to other stores.
MR. DOBELL IS VERY FACETIOUS.
Intimates That British Federation May
Koine Time Include I'ncle 8am.
London. Dec. 4. At the meeting of
the British Empire league, Dobell a Ca
nadian delegata. said he hoped the
United States would some time appre
ciate all that Great Britain had done
Dobell also predicted that Canada
would be the means of bringing about
a better1 understanding between Great
Britain and the United States, which
he claimed would "be one of the best
things ever happened to Great Britain."
Referring to Professor Goldwin Smith's
statement that the ultimate goal of
Canada was its absorption by the Unit
ed States, Dobell said he believed that
if imperial federation was effected it
might be possible to absorb the United
States, and be cotinued: "I am sure
that every part of the empire will wel
come back the wandering child."
Michigan Cold Demoerata,
Grand Rapids. Mich.. Dec. 1 The
"National" Democratic committee met
here yesterday with a large attendance
of committeemen present. The reports
showed that the gold Democratic vote
of Michigan amounted to about 50.000.
and satisfaction was generally ex
pressed over the results of the cam
paign. It was unanimously decided to
continue the "National" Democratic
organization in the state.
Gaeat Blaze at Ottawa, One.
Ottawa, OnU, Dec 4. Fire In this
city yesterday destroyed half a dosea
businss buildings, entailing a hiss of
$330,000, with Insurance of tJOw.OOO.
CASE Or MRS. G0C0MANS0N.
Indications Are That Hie Wan Poisoned ay
Peadei. b. Dec. 4. ITrs. Linra
Goodr.ian" :i, the wife cf Dr. J. Sidney
Coodmaason. of Pender, died in a con
vulsion at the office of her husband
Sept. 7. and the manner cf her death
gave rise to ir.any rumors that foul
play had ben resorted to. Kobert
Racely. the un'lertaVer. was suspicious,
and careful to administer Just enough
of the embalming Pu'd to kill the a! is
cf the stonis.ch. At the time the body
was sent to Tlskllwa. Ills., her former
home. A physician's certificate was se
cured in which h-.art dense was stated
to be the cause of her death.
Ijiter a pot mortem examination was
made and the stomach of Mrs. Good
manson was rcr.ioved tn Chlcaro for
chemical examination. The chemist's
report was road to the coroner's Jury
and a verdict rer.u?rcd that the de
ceased came to her death throuji
A.vin Lotler. e brother of Mrs. Good
manscr.. of Tiskllwa, came to Pender
and caused the arrest of Dr. Goodman-
son. K is held on the charge of mur-
fier In th first derrrea. The preliminary
hearing Is set lor Dec. . The victim
and the accused came here from Chi
cago. The victim had $13,000 when she
TROUBLE IN A SOLDIERS' HOME.
Officials at Maral.alltowa, Itv. To Be Ar
rested on a Pemloa Matter.
Des Moines, la., Ik?c 4. Federal offi
cers cf the seuthern district of Iowa
will next week arrest the officers and
trustees of the Iowa Soldiers' Home at
Marshnlltown for committing a mis
demeanor against the federal govern
ment by Interfering with pensions of
soldiers whe are Inmates of the home.
They will hetcken at once before Judge
Woolworth for trial. The hearing will
be sensational. The arrests will be
made on Information furnished by Spe
cial Agent Gray, cf the federal service,
who has been at Marshalltown for
some time working upon the matter.
District Attorney C. D. Fuller, of the
southern district, flst worked up the
case, which l:as grovn out of the policy
of the home In requiring inmates to pay
over to the management all their pen
sion money in excess of $6 a month.
oflWrs ho will lie arretted are: J. R.
Petckin, commandant: S. B. Evans, of
Ottawa: U. J. Jefferson, of Jefferson;
A. T. Rarchard. of Marshalltown: C. L.
Davidson, c." Hull: L. B. Raymond, of
Hampton, and J. V.'. Morton, of Wash
ington, trusfes cf the Institution.
THE VOTE FOR PRESIDENT.
McKinley Plnrailtv Over rtrrr.u Is 60 V
603 Wstwi't Rmnll Vote.
Chicago, Dec. 4. Tho totnl voto cast In
the whole country for McKinley for presi
dent Nov. S was 7.052 ,.; Bryan. 6.1 W..
av.i; Palmer, 132,307; Lcviring. 122,4X3,
total vote of tho country, 13,7f:i,in3. The
figures are offlcinl In n'wiut twj-thlr.l of
the states. The vote for IJty in and Wat
son is counted for Bryan, except In the
case of Pennsylvania, where tlio vote was
reported as PopulNt. Tho a-a-u-rin? vo:e
In each stata, whilo not tabulated, is
counted in the toUil. The Bryan and
Watson ticket received 110. 4H0 rote In the
country fit Lirje, or 21.0s in Alabama.
2.137 In Florida, 1.2.T2 in Kansas. 7..S2U in
Mississippi, 379 in New Hampshire, 2.I3
in Ohio, ,!( In Pennsylvnni.t, 4.A23 in
Tcnui sjen. 7i.5V: In Texan, 2.:!7 in Milne,
and 401 in Vermont. Bryan has on j elec
tor In K mucky and one t:i I'al Pirnia.
This gives M-Kinl-jr 271 electoral votes
and Bryan I'D; Mt-Kinlcy'a majority, Ui
WAS NOT REAL RECIPROCITY.
Which Is Why fierman Vessels Will Xow
Hare To l"ay Tort I toe.
Washington, Dec. 4. The pre-M"nt
yesterday Issued a proclamation the ef
fect of whit h is to r. Imi ofc upc-n the
vessels entering from Germany the
same tonnage dues that are Imposed on
vessels entering the United States from
Great Britain. Frs-nce. Italy. Spain and
other maritime nations In Europe and
Asia. Ce rman vc-scls were excepted In
1SKS from the payment of tic tiu.-s un
dT the slipping rcclpriHitr act of I'sS.
Durtrft the past yi-or. at the request
of the ircnsury departrr.rr t. the state
department has made a full investiga
tion Ir.to the chare-ps !muo?-d upon
Ameriicn vers.-ls In Gerr.isn port, and
the fact has been developed that while
the Imnetial government does not lm
pose taxes on shipping, yet the govern
mints of Ihe Cermcn maritime tares.
f.r years have impr-sed shipping taxes.
so that there was no real reclpiviclly.
Returns from Wyoming at Lust.
Cheyer.r.e, Wjm, Dee. 4. Tue cRiclal
canvass of the vote of Wyoming was
made yesterday. The rcsuit is a; f.
lows: Ktpul lican electors Hrlaaln,
10.072; ilow.i;. 10.C33: Mrs. Mall:,y, .-
MS. Bryan and V. atsnn elcctnrr J.ir
dan. 46; Sims, 477. Levering iPr.ihihl.
ttop) electors Hlghy. 133; Jacks m. 136
Smith. 159. Bryan and Eewall electors
D. S. Van Meter tTop.). 10.13i; J'lhn
A. Martin Ierr.). 10.rs: P. J. Q-.ieaay
IDcm.), 10..'Ji Conrx William
Brown tPop.l. ;?: Frank W. Mnndtll
(Rep.), 10.014; John E. Osborne (Dem.)
Heavy Contract fur New fchlpplng.
Cleveland. Dec. 4. A eurvt-y of tne
contracts for new shipnlng to be built
on the great lar.ks this winter shows
thnt vessels i?-grecatin! $;.2r..otrf n
value have b-en e.rdt re. Seven steam-
era and rln hareR s.re to ! built
with a carrying carer Ity on a draft of
sixteen feet of over l.tx tons. This Is
the more rtmarkabl-? from tlie fact that
the season e-f ravliratl.in Just closed
was very nnprofitabl?.
Illinois Farmers for Hoard.
Dixon. Ills.. Dec. 4. The Whiteside
County Farmer's Institutte In session in
Sterling has adopted resolutions petl
tionlng ITesider.t-EIect McKinley to
appoint ex-Governor Hoard, of Wis
consin, to the position In the next cab
inet or secretary eT agriculture.
BurW-sl la a baow fll te.
Lotran. Utah. Dee. 4. Iiyrurci J ppe
sen. James Christtannon. t?r and his
son James, were biirte.1 In
elide Wednesday afternoon In Logan
canon. Jeppesen finally extricated
himself, but the father and son were
fold Weather (a the Plower Msta.
Jacks-ncTilK Fla.. Dec. 4 UnusonPy
cpld wet her for 1'lorlda has prevailed
here for three days, the thvt mowieter
Wlnt-s lav tiia-at cropvlng to Sd. Heavy
wiaos on lbs coast endanger stuppiBf.
PERIL IS REMOTE.
No Particular Danger at Chippewa
OPESTOJJ OF A CIVIL E5GDTEXH.
Cos. Jrana "ays the Oorgs Will ProbaMy
May ratll Next Sorts aa4 the Water of
the River rind Its Way TnoVr the Ico .
Mark Relief Pen at Hat Tlrw mt the
Matter raaslly's Prrtloas Trip Over the
Mountain of lea.
Chippewa Falls. Wis.. Dec. 4. Tfcs
river I falling at the rate of a foot
per day. and there Is no reason what
ever for apprehension." said Colonel W.
A. Jones, U. 8. A., to the Associated
Press representative yesterday after
noon, after he had put In busy day
Investigating the situation along the
Chippewa river. O lontl Jones, who Is
In charge of the government engineer
ing works In the northwest, had been
called here t.jr the local authorities.
who sought expert advice In what
seemed like an extremity and a critical
situation. He continued: "The situa
tion of the river at Kau Claire and at
Chippewa Ftlis Is practically the same.
and the stase of water at Eau Claire
Is really the stage of the river, as the
flood here la simply caused by the
backwater. Most of the water la able
to get awey under the Ice. and the
backwater represents the amount of
water that Is unable to get away. As
Jie stage of the river goes down more
of this water will flow away under
the Ice. and" the flood here will be soon
Kighteea M lies of the Oorga.
"The gorge extendi almut eighteen
miles, and is made up largely of an
chor Ice, which Is a sort of slush pa-k.-d
closely, but not so hard as ordinary
Ice. Under this the river Is running
In somewhat cramped quarters, and as
the water falls more the ice will drop
down into the river led. where It n
likely to stay until spring, the water
rtill running under the mass of Ice,
We seem to he starting a regular old-
fashioned winter, so that there Is every
reason to expect the continuance of
the Ice till spring, but there seems
no reason to apprehend any danger.
The course of the river will be changed
slightly, but as far as that goes It Is
constantly changing anyway.
Oat Pact Thnt Is Peculiar.
"It Is a very peculiar circumstance
that there should lie such a frost In
conjunction with a flood, but there
would have been a flood here anyway.
for you know we had a very heavy
series of heavy rainfalls about Thanks
giving time and the flood was sure to
come. I ran see no eaue for further
fear of danger here."
Colonel Jones will visit Eau Claire
and look Into the situation further to
day, but this exprem-s his Idea of the
situation here and along the river. IThe
people of the Chippewa Valley will un
doubtedly feel relieved over such an
opinion from such a well-known au
thority, and they certainly need to he
relieved, for a sort of demorallsatim
has seized on many business men In
Chippewa Falls, which does not seem
warranted by the facts of the case.
THRIIAIXQ EC ATE OP A PAMILT.
Short bat Wangeroue Journey Over the
Ooreo fteUio Tm,
A thrilling escape of a family of five
persons, four miles below this place,
occurred yesterday morning. A man
named Barker lived with his family,
consisting of his wife, two small girls
and a boy. In a house built upon an M
and In the Chippewa liver. The Ice
had plied up so formidably about the
dwelling that they determined to ahan
Uon It. and make for the shore, barker
strapped the younger girl to his hark.
and Mrs. Barker did th same for the
boy. The older girl then grasped her
father's hand, and the little party vt
out on their artlous Journey across the
mountainous gorge and made for the
shore. They leaped from cake to rake,
advancing with considerable rapid))
until tbey reached a point where the
Ice hsd formed a seemingly Impassable
Without hesitation they started to
clsmlier on the slippery eminence.
When about half way up the old-r girl
slipped and rel.d haek. but was rt-s-ru-d
by her father, and the race went
on. By this time a large crowd of six-c
tators had gathered on the shore and
were rhoutlng chee-rs of encouragement
to the brave little family. After a ds
perrte struggle they finally reached the
firm Ice nenr the shore, where the watt
Ing spectator .-nt their arslstsnce and
the little party was in safety.
Bold Robbery ia lllhsoia.
Bclvldere, IVr. 4 The village of Genoa,
eight miles south of this city, his had a
hold up whici tlvals the work of the
long and abort man" In Chiean. A
man entered the lowulry store tt 1 li
Lnne and leveling a revolver at the rr
prietor demanded that he permit the sts-a
to lie tilled The Jeweler stood and
watched the caller help himself to seventy.
five watches, lings, chains aod other arti
cles to the value of HW or ei.au. The
thief then left, taking practically tho
whole stuck wlia him.
Dottier Marries Virgin la HaraeuV
Philadelphia. Dee. 4. E. H. f.nhm.
the actor, and Vlrglrla Hamed. his
former l-aiirg lady, were privaVy
married In this city yesterday aft.--TMion.
The ceremony vaa p.-rf'rr-d la
St. Mark's Protestant Episcopal church,
and the rector. I;ev. Dr. M'1im.-T, of
ficiated. Mrs. Cart, of New T rk. a
sister of the bride, wss the only out
sider present besides the church at
tendants. The brde gave her nam as
Virginia H. HJ'-ks.
Tk rraJtrt af this paper will bs pWa4 la
laa that there la at kat eoe sveadrd ell siss
that science k rssa able to cars ta ail Its
stage, tac bat U eaureh lla i'a raurrh Cars
ta Ua only paef. Ta cars I imm ta toe avarice!
fnMarahf. rata rh banc s eoastitsUrasI Cla
eaas. rS rat a rastlaue-a' tiaaiaiiaU Bap's
Cat rrk Cars la lasts MetMS'ly. rctlac eiteetly
aon iba Mood sad sncoa s.rrers of the era.
Icat. tbarsbf faeuailat the foesoatlna af tts
lrai. ana fivtaf Us paCcat miv ta br VsUC
las ap the coastHauoa sa4 awisttag aatam fa
solar tts work. The ptorVtors have as ararb
faith la Rs caia'lss pvtrata. that UWv afe Oae
asdsrs Donar far say eaas tost H fall. b cars,
aad for Hat af tsssaaasuUs.
W. . CM BUST A OTaHda, O.
- " a 1 i ri .
DID Tt'L" FVKI; raff r f?oja real cer
vouneTaJ Wi.rta every oerrsserned
to ciaiver Wilk a pc-iliac. creepy
fretltis. Grtt In fit.-" i l.icf. sad t: anotber
and all reefed finally to r.-txrentre tn a
arrlthin: mmt la In I'm brain, end Ton be
come irrliablo. trrtfal sad tevtsh: to be
fplinwod iy an impotent, weaveuetf r.-axli-
tlon of l'ie Dcrre ctntcrv nrcitif la the
ears, and alocpieas, tai-srable t'i;!iU
Dfs llleS' Vr- car'ea,
1t. 4 ,J0 fitrunlo9 Fik.
riwITinS tart, lud, t,t: -Ncr-
U . tocs trembles had toads
KCSlOi CS tth) nesrly Insane aod
HtTrrl phyf4c!ar.s were enable
"AlJsss tohelnme. Mvmotnorr
was slntost gone ana every Little thicc
worried tie nutil I was altuo distracted.
I really feared I was becnoilne a maniac I
lma;:nud all sorts of evil ihscrs and woald
cry over nothing. I rotemmced taking Dr.
allies' RcFtoraitre Nervine and fourbotUes
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
me, aad 1 am at well now as I ever was."
Pr Miles Mervioe Is sold on guarantee,
BrsvbotUe will beorot or laoocy rotaudod.
A the ts-fltrH wm inTi!n aernaa the sVv
rrora the cant to tlie west, wlxra the ertmena.
Of a c-raeons snn-t sraa grouiric waa
la the elut'luwethnt rife wh-n toe sua is gone
la a saa...tu.u kui-nor f drraaiy ease
Aad a crapp T restikadcnt with spots of
Oa tlie little trk pnrrh of an tipper flu
Tac Imperial Ltbel Mi-Faddi eat.
(i l.er beautiful eyes were a look demurs
Ami tbe hint uf a siut that was ssrstiy pars
As liv numbs dew is tbs tvmtlni bads
Vr a eaks of sian la a tub 4 suda.
And th- hrantlfal (aeetif tUWcKt EtdequeuB
nas suffuxd with a aaiaily, ai.r Us mien.
"tli I Ug. bow I ll-." rhs snlilnqalsed
In a voir., a rV.raa rrl vmli have vnaed,
T' le al'lc to dn. t'i wbt.ve mm deed
Fi r lrn sufferlas victims 4 soriliil eeeeeJ
Are yoa csag to Wash op tho dlabaa, sr.J
Caato a vtrias from tba kitchea, lavitln'.y
Bat a hrfly Cre In her sou! waa lit.
And r-r m-l lipa ranelaspad in a clear czt
r-. O. Jnrksoa la rhlcaga Kcwa.
Are These Things Ever l as-pe leu?
Washington, I x-c. 4. Meagre reports
have le-cn retclved here thus far aa t
the outbreak in Uruguay, eliminating
in a at-rlous battle. Tbe revolutkm was
nt unexpreivd In fViuth Amerie-an clr-cli-a
lti Wahlnrtm. as the pre-eidi-nt
and conirrces Urusuay have lieen
ufMt.ly e l.aic-d fr several tnonths past
with et-n!ve irrcgutariliea.
tarld.t i f L!fe 1a Kratachy.
H'. Lmls. It. 4 A epe-lal front Leg.
tngton. Kjr.. to The wt-D spati h says:
A Uriit between tf.i man lLarriaon anil
tv.us His.and Morgan and two atieia, oc-curr.-d
yeste-rd y In erne if .be mountain
CMititti-s. A a result Ihe elder Morgan la
dead and both sons are dying, iiutke
I '-3 'Larriaua boj-a are also dad.
T. alile Peat of Txare.
W arrensburg. Mo., !. 4. A fnsra
owned ly John !Iiblnin, a farmer
nivT town. hip. his flrrtjie4 five mala
rot's. None of them lived. Two years
afilhe enme fiiaee irave birth to (tires
co'.ts at one time, all of w hb h ar at ill liv
I uxor '' Terrltele Iaa.
yw York, U-r. 4 Mrs. Kllsa K. Com
mit.!., a vrislthy woman f IIil1stMso,
II., eot!itfil'll siili lda yet-rdny by Jump
ing fr.-i.i the lxth stwy eef the l.rt4 F.-a-plrc,
here !e was a gui-st. t he waa du-
Ilien I etj.
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Kew fork Phtaarlal.
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i.uic rfuMfl ria, wita actoal taa
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ra'e. 4M (, aai 4 ;ti. cuma scal
s-i.r-r eeri1lst-s. fc", si. !": a o salts; bar
si v.T. ai s. a-in4 ooiirs.
t'mi-t e: at-,i r-rvraat-jt boats Crra
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Boars of Ttaie today: Wavat Uerosaher.
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Hocks and fourdilioi
tlonc tsj tzt -cilrctl
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Bauilcps caa ra aoea rt K-ora
fo. It. Uitntf U 4a l a4'i boi fl.
Arttcr Barrall, ria-nafcrw.
Rock Island or Colo-ia. III.
White Seal saloon
1 8 IS Second Arecnc.