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THE WAR IX CHILI.
Army aid Navy Divided in
PART CF IACE ON BOTH SIDES.
The General Situation Stateil Iqulque
in a 15ml Way and !rat felling; at t8l
IVr Pound lilmacrdn Ieter mined to
Hold on 1'ntil After the Kleotions A
ilii Attack on a Transport itlejmlseil
Some iisveriimciit Siicrpses.
London, F'.-l. j. Luittt advices from
Buenos A yivs show that the Chilian war
is becoiui:' a si ruk;le between the army
mid the luivy. A minority of t,he navy
sides with the president and a minority of
t'ie army vith liis tinttigiinists. The out
lirenk ran hardly he c illed an insurrec
ioa, tor the president has exceeded hid
cuistitntimal fuurtious, and the majority
in coDpress has appealed to fori against
t:ie usurpation. The insurgent vessels,
whcwe n.i:m-s will be heard from frequent
ly witiiiu the next fe-.v weeks, are the
irotn l:t !s Almirante CiH.-hrana at d Blanco
Kuc.iliifla, the cruiser Esmerald i, the Al
minmte Lynch, the Abtao, the rani M.i
ellanes, a corvette, the transport Aina
zonas, and the steamer Aconcagua.
Iquiqne in Desperate Straits.
The ships supporting the government
.re the ironclad Huasascar, hastily put in
repair, one corvette, two transports and
right torpedo boats. The government
hips have piwen incapable of effective
resistance to the insurgent fleet, and the
l itter control the const. The Almirante
Cochrane and the Mage! lanes are bom
barding Iquiqne. '1 hat place is in des
perate straits, meat selling for .1 dollar a
pound, and business Iwing generally
paralyzed. The llUueo Kucalnda, of the
insurgent vessels, has returned from the
straits of Magellan, whore it captured the
Abtao, and is now operating ag iinst Val
paraiso iiiid other coast towns.
The President's 1 clnrt ii.n.
President Ha'mawda has am.uunced a
state of siege and declares that he wi!l
maintain his place until after the elec
tions next month. The sympathies of the
foreign element in Chili are all against
him, and it is certain that he will lvceive
no furih.-r a s sta:i-.-e than the protection
fromwholeoale bombar tment o Valparaiso
and any other places in which I'. inyeans
have exteii-ive interests. l'resi .U m Ilal
maceda h:is fonliseate.l the pr p -rty of
Don An,"i-t::i Edwards, one of the
wealthiest Men i:i Chili, and the man fa
vored lur the presidency by the majority
of the people, as against liaiinacedas
candidate, San Fuente. Ed war Is has, it
Usahl, backed the revolution w th all the
means nt his co uinaud.
"es of a Naval ISa'.tle.
Lima, lVru. via GalvksTos, Feb. 9.
The mail steamer Arequipa brings the fol
lowing Lews up to Jan. -7 irom Val
paraiso: The steamer Iniperi tl, which
was taking on board 2,000 men fc r Iquiqne,
was attacked at night by the revolutionist
torpedo boat lilanco, but the torpedo boat
was repulsed after several hours' fighting
and the Imperial managed to leave Val
paraiso. Taltal and Chauaral are the only
ports taken by the revolutionists.
Liberated a Lot of Prisoners.
A train filled with prisoners w.is stopped
by SCO "primitivas" workmen, who liber
ated the prisoners and took the train to
Iquique, having first killed the engineer.
The ports of Coquimbo and Pis tgua have
been re taken by the government forces.
The port of Valparaiso is still blockaded,
but Mf tuners manage to get in and out
after being overhauled by the bl jokaderi.
Property Very I'nsafe.
A great many notable people in Santiago
have expressed desires to sell or mortgage
their property, but the government hits
protested against such transactions and it
is feared that confiscation will follow.
People of the better class are siding with
the revolutionists. Jovino Novoa, minis
ter to Peru during the Chilean occupation,
is a prisoner in his house. He i seriously
ill. Exchange is quoted at IS pence.
THE FRENCH-SMITH CASE.
A Lie Out Somewhere and S-ue Very
Boston. Feb. 9. Telegrams from Lon
don, where Miss Smith now in. mute t.l.nh
' the young lady repudiates Freuth entirely,
says she never loved him, and declares the
statement of French that a common law
marriage had been consummated between
them a lie. She says that o:i a trip to
Portsmouth. N. II.. French wanted her
to have a .state room, but that she indig
nantly re'.used. She admits tl at she Wi.s
eugflged to French, but says she broke the
engagement U-cause she never loved him.
I-'rencli Has a Word to Say.
When French was shown the above he
produced a numVr ofletters fro-n Miss
Smith, in which she writes in the most
loving manner, calls him her "precious
boy," iougs to le with him and assures
him of her undying affection, .rmith says
it was she w ho wanted the stateroom,
and that because he he.-itated to
get one she sulked all day. He further
says that the youug womau u-ed to come
to Ids room when he was ill, deceiving
her father and mother by saying site had
been to the theatre with him. Altogether
it is a pretty scandal.
The l izht for ISradlaugh's Seat.
London. Feb. 9. Aveling, th-5 Socialist,
is persevering with his candidacy at
Northampton, Bradlaugh s coastituency,
and is making headway that is rather dis
couraging to the regular nominee of the
Liberal party and encouraging to the
Tories, who may capture the seat, should
Aveling take any substantial thare of the
liberal vote. The present ind cations are
that Aveling will capture the radical labor
ote, which is very strong iu Northamp
ton. He is appealing to the radicals as a
personal friend of Bradlaugh. and as dis
tinctly representing the principles and
ideas for which Bradlaugh suffered and
swept by a Blizzard.
Chicago. Feb. 9. A heavy snowstorm
raged all yesterday in the northwest. The
wind was high and the snow piled up in
drifts, blocking trains and injuring stock.
In the east yesterday the snow was very
severe on telegraph and telephone lines.
causing thousands of dollars worth of
damage. South Dakota seems to have
fared the worst in the west.
A Defaulting Illinois Tre uurer.
VAxr.Ai.iA. 111.. Feb. 9. Suit has been
brought by Fayette county for $00,000
against the securities of T. M. Little, the
books for the past two months and ther
report iliac toe aencit writ bow ww
NERVE OF A BRUTE.
Playing Dice With a Bullet
Through His Body.
HE FEIST SE00TS HIS SWEETHEART,
The Hullet Passing Jatt Ttelow Her
Heart mid Fatally Wounding Her
Dramatic Seene In a Chicago Barber
Shop A Polish "Maria" t'liearthed in
Pennsylvania Handed Together to De
feat Justice llloody Fight of Two
Texas lilaek Amnxoits.
CliiCAtio, Feb. 9. Pretty Blanche Cle
ment was shot down at her father's door,
at 05 Blue Island avenue, last night, by
her lover, Jesse Osborne. With a married
sister, she had gone to the Church of
Notre Dame, on Sibley street, to seek the
services of a priest at a sick bed. When
the sisters harried down the avenue from
the churc'a and were about to turn in at
their own door, Osborne confronted
laem and asked Blanche to grant him a
hearing. She stopped while her sister
hurried into the house. Osborne's eyes
had the look that liquor sometimes gives
a man. He had been drinking Miss
Clement soon discovered that. For a long
time he had been jealous ever since she
refused to elope with him, in fact.
Pinioned and Shot.
Osborne accused the girl of having at
tended a theatre with another young man.
To this accusation he added a wild appeal
for her hand in marriage. In answer she
attempt-ed to brush by him. Osborne held
her back. He coiled an arm tightly around
her waist and pressed her closely to him.
Having thus pinioned her he drew a re
volver from a pocket, and, pushing its
barrel between the lapels of her cloak, he
fired. The girl struggled, fiung herself
from him, and reeled into the street.
Osborne turned and fired again. This
bullet also struck her, and she fell. Then
he tired a shot into his own breast. But
it did not strike a vital spot.
Coolness of the Miscreant.
Intact, it did not seem to trouble him
much, for he buttoned his overcoat over
the ugly hole in his waistcoat, walked
down the street and into a barber shop at
iij miie l-iana avenue where he is em
ployed. There he shook dies with two
men for the cigars. One of them tossed
three sixes out of the box. His compan
ion threw three fives and two travs. "Full
hou-e to beat," said Osborne, who was
more sober now than when he shot at bis
sweetheart down the street a moment
leore. And he dropped the rattling
ivory cuU-s into tlw well-worn lox and lx-
gan to wave the box gracefullv. while the
dice chuckled merrily, and he sent them
tumbling on to the trlass ton of a cir
"I've Got Aces and Fours."
"By the way," said one of the men.
"what was that shooting outside a while
"Oh, nothing," replied Osborne: "a fel
low just shot his girl and himself, that's
alL Let's see; I've got aces and fours,"
and all the while his blood was rushing
It was just theu that Officers Gradv and
Daily, of the Desplaines street station.
pwuug into the shop and arrested Osborne.
hen their big mittens fell on his shoul
ders he fainted, and was trundled to the
county ho.-pital in a patrol wagon.
Miss Clement lladlj Wounded.
When Osborne had embraced the eirl
and shot her the bullet had torn an awful
wound in her breast, but an inch below
the heart. When he had fired at her as
she tottered across the street the ball had
lodge 1 in her aukle. The officers who ar
rested Osborne had been bnt half a block
away when the shots were fired, but
the neighborhood was still and they
stopjwd to bear poor Blanche Clement
into her home. Doctors who examined
Miss Clemeut said the wound in her breast
would prove fatal in all probability.
Osborne shot himself in the left breast,
but missed his heart, as he had missed
that of hi love. So he will recover, and
two policemen linger near his cot in the
hospital ward as guard.
Four Member of a Pernicious Society
(sent to Jail.
Shenandoah, Pa., Feb. 9. William and
Joe But sni rage, Matt Moldazes, and John
Lalurniks, four Polanders, have been
committed to the couuty jail in default of
$2,500 bail for each, for murderou-ly club
bing and stabbing five of their fellow
countrymen who were instrumental in
having a friend of one of the accused sent
to jail for assault and highway
robbery. The men named are ringleaders
of a society which has for its -'object the
avenging of wrongs done its members and
the payment of all (expenses of members
who get into trouble before the courts.
Perjured Testimonv Supplied.
The discovery of the society's existence
is of great importance. Of late it has
been almost impossible for the common
wealth to convict Poles of crimes on ac
count of the vast amouut of testimony
put up In favor of the accused. This kind
of testimony is now believed to have
been supplied by professional witnesses,
members of the societv.
Incendiay Fire at 8ioux City, la.
Siocx,. City, la., Feb. 9. The extensive
ware house of the Tolerton-Stetson corn-
pan v, wholesale grocers, was totally
destroyed by fire last night. Loss, f 175,-
000; Insurance, fl.W.OOO. While this fire
was burning another fire broke oat in
Lyon s gun store and it was destroyed.
and before Tolerton & Stetson fire was re
ported the Hunt school house had been on
fire. The fires were the work of incen
Eleven Peraoiaa Drowned at Sea.
London, Feb. 9. A terrible steamboat
disaster is reported from Penzance. The
steamer Chiswick, which sailed for Car
diff, Wales, to Saint Nazarie, loaded with
coal, struck the rocks off the Solly isl
ands on Thursday morning and sank al
most immediately. The captain and ten
Mamen were drowned. Eight of the
crew were saved.
Death of Mrs. Poetteker.
Belleville, UL, Feb. 9. Mrs. Mary
Poetteker died at Smithton Saturday, as
the result of a pistol wound inflicted last
Tuesday by her jealous brother-in-law,
Henry Poetteker, who after shooting and
beating her fired a ball into his own
mouth and instantly ended his miserable
John Carr hired Aaron Loues to per
jure himself so that Carr could get a ui
vorce, and then neglected to pay Loaes
hi price. Both are now in jail. Lima, O.
The president has signed the bill grant
ing a pension to Gen. rigel.
J. X. McCullough. first vice iresi lent of
the Pennsylvania railroad, died Sunday
at his residence on Irwin avenue, Alle
The fruit steamer Simon Dubois is J.
lieved to have sunk near where th
Vis( aya went down some months ago off
Abstcom light. She had seventeen souls
on board, all of whom are lost if she has
Ajoungwoman called at the count v
commissioner's room at Chicago Saturday
and charged that her stepfather had sold
the dead body of her mother to a medical
college in order to supply himself with
The board of managers of Soldie-
heme at their meetina in Washington
City last week allotted t5,433 to the home
at Milwaukee, and 75.r00 to the OIU St
Marion, lud., for the ouarter beirinnimr
About half the skin contributed to J.
O. Dickerson by his brother Knight Tem
plars of Chicago, is growing on all right,
but in about a month another call will bs
made on the knights for some more skin
to complete the job.
A quarrel arose at a ball at Dallas. Tex .
Friday, during which Adeline Striven
stabbed Mrs. Gilbreath through the heart.
Airs. Gilbreath before dying felled her
murderess with an ax. Scroggins is in
jaiL Both negroes.
A foot and a half of snow covers tl e
ground in rart of New York, a snow
stornilieginning Saturday and continuing
ill yesterday. In some places telegrapn
wires are coated with frozen snow so that
they are thirteen inches in circumference.
St W. O. Camming, a lieutenant of
the Scotts Greys, the crack British caval
r.' regiment, has sued Arthur Wilson and
w.fe, of Doncaster, for reporting that he
had len discovered chesting at cards.
m l it is said that the Prince of Wales
will be a witness iu the case.
The Liberals Mnst Put l"p With It.
Dt'BLiN, Feb. 9. -The Freeman's Jour
nal says that while the Boulogne con
ferences are productive of a hopeful feel
ing they are so far without final resu'.t.
The unsettled questions, however, do not
r fer to the retirement of Parneil or Lib
eral demands that his retirement shall hi
pemiant. According to the Journal Par-n.-ll
meant what he said in committee
rooin No. 15, of the house of commons,
mutely that he would retire, rrom the
leadership on receiving certain a-xurauces.
Concluding its artitle the n.iiier s:tvs: "If
the retirement is not real enough to sat-
My the hngiih liberal pre-s thev must
put up w ith it.
The 1 loo.ied llalra Mine.
Hazlltox, Pa., Feb. it. The wter i
being slowly rai-.it! from the flai led slop;
X i. 1 of J. C. Hayden Co., at Jiatisville.
Sora? talk is heard of securing a sub
marine diver and in this w.-'y making an
eltirt to ascertain the condition of affairs
in the flooded portion and perhaps dis
C ver some of the bodies of the eighteen
victims. The practicability of this method
O." getting t' tiie place where the bodies
are supposed to be is doubted.
A Clear Case of Kleptomania.
St. Lovis Feb. . Mr. Ellen Holo, a
wealthy widow of Caron lolet. has been
arrested oa a charge of stealing sock,
ribbons and handkerchiefs in the William
Barr dry goods store. Floor-walker S. C.
Freeman claims he saw her dropping the
articles from her pockets t j the fl Kir
when, he fucting her. asked her to
walk into the office. Mrs. Hodo is 5J years
of tge, and her arret has caused many
expressions oi surprise.
The Mexicaa Presidency.
Citv of Mexico. Feb . During the
past month the leaders of the Lib-rat
party have lx-en considering the advisa
bility of changing the law of succession to
the presidency. The be.-t information ob
t linable is to the effect that a vice presi
dency U decided upon, but that the candi
date for the office is not yet agreed upon.
The names of both ex -President Gonzales
in 1 Secretary of ft.e Treasury Dublan are
Nothing Small About Hirseh.
Xkw Yoi:k, Feb. 9. Baron Hirseh ha
cabled to Jesse Seligman as representing
the trustees of the Ilirsch fund for the
benefit of Hebrew immigration to this
couutry that the trustees may draw on
him for 12,()0.0'i0 francs (-J,5 k),k) to ue
in carrying out t he work undertaken. If
the income is not sufficient to do all it is
intended for, t lie trustees are authorized
to ue part of the principal, and Baron
liirscu will make go.i the amount.
A I ittle girl liurned to Death.
Martinsville, lud., Feb. Mrs.
Hampton Shrout, living a few miles
south of here, left her three children alone
in the house while she went on an errand.
A C-yenr old girl began playing in the lire.
Her ures ignited, and although l.er
brother and s-ister tried to save her they
ecu 11 not, and she was burned to death.
The mother r-turni"! just in time to save
the other two children, who arj danger
Myterlous Murder in Texas.
San Anglo, Tex., Feb. 9. Jesus S.ilcid.i,
a Mexican, recently from Fort Stockton,
was found dead hanging to a tree near
Knickerbocker, thirty miles south of here,
Friday morning. On Wednesday night he
was at a friend's house in Knickerbocker
wheu three mounted men Mopped and r
quested him to go down the road with
t he'll a short distance. That was the last
seen of him alive.
A Veteran Kngineer Dead.
Saratoga Sruisus.N. Y., Feb. 9. Jacob
Myers, one of the oldest locomotive en
gineers iu America, died yesterday, aged
TJ. He began ruuniugan engine on the
Rensselaer and Siratoga railrovl. now
the Delaware and Hudson, forty-five
year ago, and continued oninterrupedly
up to last summer. He had never had an
accident during his long time of service.
John C. New the Coming Man.
Xkw York, Feb. . The Sun says: A
politician who ret ti rued recently from
Washington City thinks that John C.
Xew ill be the next secretary of the
treasury. He null: "At 5 o'clock on
Thursday afternoon last President Harri
son cabled Gen. John C Xew. consul Kei.
eral at Ixudon, to come to Washington at
1 he Weather We May iCxpeet.
Wash i koto t ClTr. Feb. 9. The folia win
r the weatiier iud.Uoaj for thirty -six boars
from H p. in. ytwteitLiy: Fur Indiana an 1
Lower Miehiaj Rain or snw Monday;
S iUtaeriy. sttirt.n tj d ledly coldir north
wefcV-r.y win-Is, with a ould ware. For Illinois
and La -Threatening weather; ram orsuuw;
aaciOA-iiy colder; snrera nartnwest -rly winds,
with a ool.i wave. For Upper Uu-higaa and
w isoon.-..n tnow: decidudiy &luur north
westerly wmoa, with a ould with; gmutt on the
There arc some patent med
icines that are more marvel
lous than a dozen doctors'
prescriptions, but they're not
those that profess to cure
Everybody, now and then,
feels " run down," " played
out." They've the will, but
no power to generate vitality.
They're not sick enough to
call a doctor, but just too
sick to be well. That's
where the right kind of a
patent medicine comes in,
and docs for a dollar what
the doctor wouldn't do for
less than five or ten.
We put in our claim for
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
We claim it to be an un
cqualed remedy to purify
the blood and invigorate the
liver. We claim it to be
lasting in its effects, creating
an appetite, purifying the
blood, and preventing Bilious,
Typhoid and Malarial fevers
if taken in time. The time
to take it is when you first
feel the signs of weariness and
weakness. The time to take
it, on general principles, is
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Terribli Dmmvllcid and fcc A.:. sr i jj
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rcmptionor Inan-.y, tietcd - ' "y I y new
Brih.Kk miS n-vrr.f..i;:ns ticccs.
SYPHILIS rl aKtad C.Zil iaJ Skia
Disease rerman?ct:y cured.
44-KIDKEY and URINARY c-n-rVmri,
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varico;c'.e aad
all dixaei of the Cenito-l'r tur C cured
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rf-No experiments. Are arsi ev erleaee
important. Consultation free ar.J aacrsd.
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N m.ittvr ho hi f.iilc! la ccr write
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Nerrous Debility, Vital Weakness,
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The Great Presx-a Remedy for SQsprcaaioaj
and Monthly IrrecnlarlUea.
Ladle tee Le Lrac'a Periodical PUL of Parle.
x-iMiwi iiwHicr w eccsmipiiaB au UM te
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pecaltar to women. Pall dlrectkma wUh each
box. Aj per boc or three boxea fur America
Pill Co., royalty proprtetora, peacer. I ova. The
reaalna pUl obtained of oUoKadert. Klaatree.
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THE MOLINE WAGON.
Manulacturers oi FARM, SPRfflG and FREIGHT WAGONS
A fill and eompleU line of PLATFORM aad other Paris Wacoaa. trec!a!?y adapUsl to Uo
WeUm trade, of ape nor workmaxsh'p and tn'jb. IUaatm4 trtco Cil tnm Oa
applfcatioa. bea lh MOUN'K WAOON bafore rrcbaatag.
CUAS. W. TERBURY. llAnkjcr.
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Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
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C. J. W. SCHBEINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
till axd llii Poartb acnee. tttidrtcc lilt Foorta arcaee.
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Mldie fcModa. tomcthtt g hear, atjlbb aad d arable.
EOCX ISLAND. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office aad 8hop Corner 8ereater.Ui gu
And Bereath Avetae,
CafAIl Uada of ArUatlc war a pacialty.
House and Sign Painter.
Piral r laea Qraiala aad Peter Haoci&f .
P. O Box nt.
GE0BGE SCnilTB, Proprietor.
171 Aecoad Arraat. Coracr ef Bixteexlh Blree . Oapaalu Buyaft TW'ry
The choicest Wines, Uquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Fret Luefc Brery Day .... 4mricM Pareieaadea Sbart Kecce.
DAVIS & CO,
A complete flock cf
Pipf, Drass Goods, Packing,
Hos, Fire Briclc, Etc.
8o! Aeecjla for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We ratrarN rrery one rrfert, ard srfll eeed CI ft
Twrn'y day' ttia!. to revjKiciaible artlc-a.
Safety IIci':rs CoHcn and Contractor for
furci-LItp kid Ujirs Water, and
1712 Fieft Atx..
IVxck Ialaad, Llinoii.
T l?;tat lUi. ne:dct.c1Jlorj J30.
MID GAS FITTER.
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Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
(TDcit work at fair rices. EttlxcAlei f ureiebed.
OSce and ihny 819 18th St. Telephone 11 Si.
Rock Island, 111.
Goods received by
CALL AND SZAMIXE.
T. U. ELLIS. Rock lalaad. LTL.
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