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THE AKGUa THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8,1894.
K U.KE3 CI. sVAiTE, Krvff Waif (VtVM Cam-ir On l'tiaim.Uii. J Dtkfaua. rr. ff Httirmt Kllkcrt, I.t-t. ar.'l TcnmNr I'"- rnr'l'tta t anw ft f"0 j!- . h"i I a-.ta i. I . tv l with a fannina. lm:t ft i1.iit ai"1 f -m-l araa oris re r I r''t H Ir .-i.!:ra,n.t i .f ':.- ; Itv.li-itt... y i r-:v,-' at-n-T.eiMntT.-it, o i ti,t , ,:: tn a.; t!i nu I, nit owk I o fat-maw I ra u.iu.-M.'al to Uis DH. f.JLES' NERVINE rv', m f rmnti- w.e rrrrrnT cutr ! r-Y f-i i'l --n-h Jffr, , Iivii 1 a- ll. o ih-'i... ti.il i l'4i'i.:-l. wrr is ruth-nut? f-i'in tei-crmi, lata. hn tr-iu.m. i. fcln r-i-nr-'.lnT, Irwt i, I- -4'ul f hirl.ir. v h l'ivr no &ti.i K w k m t'f'r r-. tr aWil U era.;, I ii tiie ro ne m i!w.g aa. ) in. rfa n.iirNiviiimilfwi." In k,...:nnfTMKf ll Conn fwaa rvi i -hi... n " 1 ' ti pfMr limit. -.I ih iii f 'ritf-ton nrvil,-1i - It tfcn ii' " - ( U kjtuwa G-.ivi ia, i wwuitl 55-5-! THOUSANDS w tun. liu fur s4 wSjrlru from tar r J 41 it. Wall lt -hi fnalitv f itiaranftw. Oft. -Vl'LiS' Pi.US 6O0oltSCT DR. COFFEE. Til K IMIM.NT Eyj anil Ear Specialist KOCIv ISLAND. Februarys 7,1), 9 and 10 rras im titl ii! Bk r-t;:ra lit i no Bnn: t. .Wot. t A i- I'.h kritni .i( rf-iT- ami mt M Ip aad nu: i)"M. ( it utiitHfltui fun t rt tr.n. II will t-iitfliiiCU'Msi nt ?yt. T EYE' Is I'ninti t I'ATA"."'!! two PI antra. vk.i.M" nt li'.m vrf tti )r mm Ulna's, l-i.i'- iui Twintiput a, i inni i i'iiit at ltu at w Ii r. ie l"rm"Yi-l Mil ' i W. hi.hi ' if i.i.'hrrml (trufi fti caultig aft fV"iiMW it' t.'wp Htrifi4iMt.t 'y ruwtl "n .n i itii'trn in Mow or a)a rramrvil ta two ntl'.tttf. tiiwi'in.'i.f fhi FstiwhUa T!t Wi:ts tmm llitn l-t nr In iwit m'nttv. x Tuat: auU Lllttir.2 t'ola, or m fu . rv-rr nf tbt-nSn-v Ptmfltm I ivrf imt. "'i'l r"i att a nu c f ham a' 1 1 A ' T. r T F li T f XX B "'r 'm tnrt lb "'U'lll, 1 H-,t. ft I fM, M n IW, wrwvrT rt "raitttla l . rhntni.' red pfr v l'n iif. a riip'tim w turttlMC H if v lli, ii. M't it iHHtftnwl rfiM"' tt-ar ntwf. tt tniir. nt . .!.. mtn'K B Bul'. All tjf-.l-i.tl il'f iimm i.t ilir i Mm) p ft rvr. ' I I i: i rH'iVI!' IAAL AT'ARRH n a'l ii f if ttt rntvl pfmrn f!t. fiyw. tn.vttt. Mtmit. hawKiaf al a. itimc nltvH. K tf tuio, ranuUiri aura ikruwl. .ltitriMi4 )..ArM.: ran ran all rr - nf t on-.-, a .tt t,.ii it. vw aiiaam U (araho, I r f- mit-l r n a In ntw treatment. !!; M r. A lit I raaanrw la cttt ra IK rl -r,t K n I rx m H vfyra-r ll'ii iMa u;.Ni 1 KUCBLK car' fnaa f ii .rni ra l cntvA. SAVED! LAEOK, TIME, 1I0NET - I T rilKcV ARTI-WASHBOABD SOAP. t. U jronr ftB war. It U ttio Itent Soap tiiatlt?. lof Willing Murbino nae. MADJt IT WiaBOCI & RALSTGIt M SrjwUra. John Volk Sc Co. onnui CONTRACTORS HOUSE 5tnLD3H-3. Mnaraetafa f S.h, DiNir. niinrti. 81ling. Floortaf Walaacoating, Ami ii: kind mtwvmA wti far b'Wara. KL:htMBik t Lwi.Tklnl aui rrt MKKJSaaUO 14 IS LAWNOIiOXGER. The Federal Election Statute Repealed in Toto. STEWAST HELPS TO TSTTE IT OUT aw Haajtaa; nrn av la Um Kcern4mrtin r.aVriiai, Vfh2aplna-li of a !m( VisMlkrariiWI-TiMt Hwaav Adajrta tb MrOrary Itawailaa Rranlnliaata aatl Batata aa laapwrtant rarllaaarnlarjr Fattat RlaaMl t'alla la lie Hla 8wla-a. WAanrxoTox. r? h. Thr f sportnl anil Inprilaltlp ha liapfx-nnl In both honapa of rufiirrma and the Mrl"nnrjr llnwniiiart rpa olntl.ttr ha'rr laiwwl Ihr piiulnr chamWr, whilf lh n-natt- iwI tlwt l.il Ion law na'al bill. fitM )iuliirnn, a atntni; ad mli ra? ttW lawwhrnit araa flrat put on thcatalntft Imuka, v.tlinir arilh th IVrno trala fur Ita rrprnl on III jnrninit. aa h tXUinrat, that rrnlralinitinn of wwir In JW fnirrnt KorrrnrrM-nt mnt la? 1oprl or th connlTT w mi 1,1 (fo to tbr rf rUlirc hither. XnmcrfHia KninInirnti viaa rulM on an.1 rotnl down and the hilt that arrnt ihronth una a nnao that Wipnl llir itrr mninh-tiilr off ilto klalnf r Wjnoka. Thr A ra 7t In JS Tin? Popu ilh.a vrttral r!th lhr laniwT:il. I r.ar Iilantl a HrVrl. tTt- hrwi-ri. aflrr athifttinii the Mi-Trnirr Hawaiian rro1tuion and dcfrntinif thnl of Hon trlK had a turn nt the Wand hill fr thr roininu h the ailvrr fH ituinmc''. 1 If am lniarats lfl hy Tmrrjr and Cnrkrrn. in.atnimtrl a f lihiMrT fn i hu h thrr wrr )nrd r a majnritr rf thr lir ri)i!iran. altHonrh a few of thr? Inf trr in diratcl hx thrir T4ra that thrr favored a mnihTiition of tr 1 ill. and ft four honra TUan.1 ai.t tln miiainib-r of lite ImmTil rrrr Itrkl at liay. Findins: thai It waa Ini faataildn to arrn re a quorum to proernl with the ronaidemlion vt thr hill and that tit httiiae miirht larleadhx krx ifilrfniti-l.T rii the prniaw.it hi. 1'lnnd diree:e.l h; ffitrta limanl arrnrirf thradnr4in of a frwiluthra to m-nkn ail leareaof atiarnre ami to Ttrr!rt the arrKrant-at-nrma to ar rrat ahaente. After a rrit n atrnccle wliiV'h Hted until 7 oVha-k T.land araa a.r rra.fnl and the rr-ilMiiin wa m.n1. In onlrr to rntVe It atiil tir rtfrrtiv the onlrr ataa nimle a rmtiimiti2 np till va- J rateii ltT the .nu. I Imftwrlanl Talnl Itrnticlit I n. ; . Wlw-n thr lir ne fmj; the t'.ral votr ol ; the llawrniinn rra, ilm inn it rtn w i;i tof i KcptiliiMana ttt Vi in? and no ounnim. I Jl here i-rinut-r raieil a vr-rr i-vrvir- tant "r'iinn-'tilrTfiiii-t iim. Tie sn:iftit fimr arita wtTe varmit on evnnt nf Irfifl.a. and vanir1 tn Lniitr wliv i;7 in atend of IT!1 !hvhIiI mit ein.i!!ite a fMv rinn. ttr former nnn la-r la ins a 1'Uit.irilT of all livins tiiniliiT of the hratae. The atamkrrYuhM that In wa a ritmnttn. biit Ih He.itinn ta-aa ainrinly a- i'tvl hy wme nf thr Iti-morTall!' nirmttrra. ta aiid thut a tliajuritT nf the nx-tuia-ra nf th arn ate rontiti;teiI a iinonvn In tiint ltmlv. and SptinBrr (alh-d rittetitinn to tl:e fart th.tf In thr Thtrty-aewal'i eor trn- jr. arna field that the tnetn!4-r-lert were the home, antne anuthrrn nlatea liavini; fniieil to rlert to that ron'rrea. Itailra I lira a rmlnent IVrciion. TViiilrv mitdr a atrntii; nn.-iin:cnr in Mip latrt of the aprakrr'a tiding. Jlr niiin tained that the memlaTa nitt the tnoni tarhip nf the honte rcn.-titnte.l the honae. (me of the moat imnimnnt mnt- tera thut could la auhiuittetl to a vote of thehimar waa t hat ttf nnnsine a hillover tlte trridrnt'a rr.o. Tiie ronMit uliiin rr Otlirrd that two-lhirila of the Iiiiim vnt rtftninil to rnrrjr a hi'tl over the vt-to. lie riled an intnnre rlnrinc the ndmitiiitnt tinnof I'mtident Pier" ahin 1W-1I wea apriiker. On a mot inn to pn a hi ! I over a rrto the -LiT lu l.l timt the hotian. within the itiratiititT nf the constitution. coT.jel of I: a act .ml mcmoer-hip. llnw ever. MH'renry aiiKzc-t'ed that the vote taken over nun in. tiie tbnir wilhilrew Ma mlitm ami the lMniM-rala ninatrred a full qtumim and adopted thr rmolution. REPtr.ENCE TO THE '76 ELECTION. "wtaae Calrart fnfm I Ite frnate Talk an Ike tleprnl Ititl. AVAamvr.ToV. Vh. h. While thraenatr araa diartianinir the rlertion Irw repeal bill amlloiiny ttatk place la twei-n Crnyand Hoar, in wlih h thr Inttrr alludtHl to the elerii.tr.a of 1711. when the eli-rtiona in Nrw Vork wrre fair hecause of the opcra thKi ami efTift of t lu-w very law a. limy rrtorteil hr rrnduii: from a report citetl hy Jlimr another rxlmrt allc-u'intf arhoienaie (rati'la in I'hilndi lphin in the name year. t hrn thr entire lornl and lir.lintinl tTovcm-ni-ta arrre in the banila of the llrptihli rana. f'aineron Intemipted. and after cnllinn aealn for vhe readinit of the umage re frrml to. aaid: "I hapaned to have a jrwl Irani of knowlerlueof tlir election of K7. I ain. the aerretarr of aar. aathearnctor till rrmrmla-r. Therlertiora in IVnnyl Vnnia. that year frre aa honcat aa rh-clHiua in any art of the world. Tbry have Itrrn ami al)a will be. brrauar we are an hnn eat lotle. Hut there Wrre aollir elect tona in that year w hh-b were not ao hrim-Mt a:d aa arcrrtary of war I had to interfere. The reatilt waa that. ilr. Tildcn did not lamine preardeutof the In ileal Statca." fl-aORb-tcr. In nmanaina the hill Aliiaon aaid be bad eSanitlMal the IlrtniRTatir luational plnt ftarrn and bad n fanitvl the ilvniaud for the repeal of thia low which eotate aenaUira barl alrcvral to exi4 tliere. lnttiH'ha, at lildiliU to the lravritHrt diaruasinn. prr aenteil the piihlixlrert ta-nt iuiotiy of the com tniltee of IliTra'.mntMtn la-fore which Ifctveuport liarl acknomledial hi auawer to a qtiratUin hy Hill that ha had received ITt.iMl JT a,iii from the fnioii lyaiie nH'tiilarra to be uocd in rlai-tion prtweu t iona. Ilateaaial tbnt "l be chief object of all the rvconit ruction ktwa and of the fwlrrnl rleetron lar aa welt waa to cature the electoral votea uf the aoutbern atntca for the Itepnltliaan caudiibite for the pmti tleticy and to aerrure lCewbIican actialora anil repreaetitativea in crinurvaa. The arhenie had foiled aa all the other plots bad failed brcanae the "alliance" bad letarrted the Krpnhlican atanibird. The fttnlcs ahould be left free to control their owa ekvtiuna. Tbia ia the doctriue of bona rule, and bome rule ia the only afety of the republic luria tiie talk Chandler, referring to Stewart, aaid: "After the aetiator from Xe tadw bad aurceeiled act Ite Kraud champion of Irerdoni In the aenate chamber in taajur laittbe adoption of the filteenth amcud traertt to the ciuiatltuthin be followril it up by the naaiatue of thia atntute. He declared tarn that a cowatitutional anirmlinint waa wortbleaa Bolaaa wnm nioitr a law to nfurce U. Ikmm lie iuleud toruirthi.u bis rote here to rtrike down a portion ol one of the greatest and noblest acts of bU life-' ' "At the lime the hilt was pissed," aaid Stewart, -ebaal just jias-a-d thmuh a civil war. AVe were In prosm of recon traction. Many thing were necessary then that are not now. The state mu-t aaacrt their riithta; they nuiat la? tion the niile of the peod. 1 don't think they have any protection auainnt the federal govern ment. Any federal law which may lie aup-pl.-tuted hy a atatc law 1 want to ve wipe I from Hie statute iNpikv" HOLOCAUS1 OF HORSES. roaac IIcwUb to the Nnmbrr of ISO Barard w. Alive la a Big; Barn. IE KAI.B, 111., Feb. 8. One bnndn-d and f.trty-aeven pure-hn-d mid high-prndc IVn lieron hoica uud three standard br-d trotter pcrishial in the flame which de af royrl one of W. K Klln-ood'a big ntuck Iwrn. The lavrn waa locateal on w hat la known aa the Lyons farm, just outside the city limit anal therefore ttevond tne reach of the tire deartmeiit. When dia rovereal the tipper part of the lutiMiti) wa a tnaaa f tlnme. and although every effort wa made to f rare t he imprisoned borae not one eacapeal. . Tiie acene wna a friubt fnl one. The fren ciajil hrulea dasueal madly alnvit their firaf ridden priaon and their nort of aptmy linm nnl all ei TToniie fT..rf . unm .i.ttriia by the attache of the place anal tliose who i liau nathered around to re-acne eva-n a few of t he nohle animal, hut to no avail. 1 lie rxciuim-iil wa intcnae, nnai thousanala of In n nud iMiyac.tme to wittier the confin inition. Km kit hrif:a'lc were itraiiiic-d. everal leads of hose alraceal out ami at tached to a near-by pump, and in thia w ay the uneven luittle wa wnue.1. The Iona is ulatut i."i,in on boraea and the same on tiw kirn, partly covered hy iuatirance. CUR ADVANCED CIVILIZATION lllnat rated by the ( aprira-a of wmr ;eut!e mra In Kanalitr ky. nl:lhMnvti.LC, IVh, s. A aKa-nemte f.K'ht ov-curreil at Mount l'leaant, in Har lan county, in hich Will and John Tur ner were killed iiiMiinlly hy IV. William Xolin, a prominent citizen of that cily. Tiie ficl.t heiran in a liarla-r shop on the court house aajuare. Dr. Nolin walked into the shop anal asi-iuti John Turner told bun b would kill hi:u. lioth men lieirnn tiring. Turner tell aleail. Nolin hy this time hii cxiiausUil the loud iu hi pis tol. Will Turrtcr. an uncle of .T..hn, arrived and al tacked Nadin. Neillier had pistols, hut ne 1 thi'ir knives. They li.-ul struckl'-d over consiala-rnlile vround. anal when Tur-liersw-iMtiieal they were in the middle tf t!.e htrci-S. .lohn Turner is a eon of Judo tiisirire II. Turner. Ji. was John Turner and his ItroilH-rs who leal the TunicrsiiSe atf tlu- f.-iiiiou llowaril Turner feud in LWIan county a few years sim-e. RriaiarkaltU Aecialvut at a raincral r.li;t:N'.!l.V4, .Vl.t. Jel. 6. i)ur::i4 the burinl acrvicc of Aira! Amanal.t UniT-.s nt Douitle Spritifrs, while the ciiflin contukt itmthe laaiy wa lainu lowered into the yrave otic- of the straps which held the! culliu hraike, throwinif ' Imsitc Gillis into j the crave. As he lell his heml was p!U1:cd la-t ween the head ot the cotlin aud thej (.rave wal L Th'" cot!i u Imix and cxrpse w u heavy anal before he could be cxir.cittea his he:ul was erui)cd. !.' ii iva-. almost' liisiautuiHtius. Atljnuraral the ou;hlln Trial. CllK.At.ti, Feb. b Juale Tuthill d jouViieJ the Cuuhlia case forsIayl on rvijuest of 'Jndve "Wins, nttoraaayfnr the ilefeiise, and with the concur rence of the attorneys for the stttt!. Jtide Wins told the court that he waa til and nwded rest, aud also that counsel for tlw defense were anxious to liMtk over the list of witnesses and, ii silile, cut out those whose tcstiutouy UaJ liuUirvtt IteariiiK on the prisoner. I'rauala at llatlh t.lra-tinna. DETI-olT, I-'eh. S. Kvidetice tthows that the frauds in vote-countiui on the state Kilurir amendments iu this city were not conlined to the ISO election, but are found i1mi in that of Ml. It serins thut either one conspirator influenced both counts or that there were two -ts of conspirators, tllliavr affected hy the 'J election are ltt pulilicuiis. The attorney ijenerul, whose aahiry wo aCected hy the VI clectiou. ts a UeiuiK-rat. l'eaae-LcwrlliriK Case Araanl. ToPr kA, Kns, Feb. S. The injunction pna-wdin.i instituted hy Mrs. Mary K. 1 .r-n.se against J. W. I'revltoru to prevent him Iruin bohliiu; her place a a mrnilxM of tiie slate bui-.nl of charai -s was nr Ktied in the supreme court, Wh-ie the court reserved it divisi.m the general opinion ia thut when it is rendered it will lie in favor Of Mrs. Lease aud that lie will reaunra her place on the iroard. (laau-cral tbe Mayor With Hamdlrry. MlVNEAl-oUs, Feb. 8. Alderumn Mor-tiur.-r U. Koliina, of tbe Twelfth ward, ha IrvQ indicted by the (-rand jury (or crii inul lilal. Koliina hna been involvel iu a cunt roversy w.ith Mayor W. H. Kustisand finally came out in an eva-inim imja-r w itU ittu-r laWrcribu tbe mayur. witD receiving Vj per cent, of the prolilsof tbe tuuibhiii; rrsorta. ; ' -. The .Vat I'akir la Abroad. LoMKiN, Feu. . CJuecu Victoria, who is teinHirarily aojouminii; at Oaborne, ber resilience ou the Isle of Wight, i eujoy iiift naaid health. An uufouudeil rumor in aoute ninnuer Kaiiw-d currency aud wa widely disseminated tbnt her majesty wan dead, and from all pacta tit the world iu Uirie were received. MunlrrrU Ilia I aUWer. l'lTTslit uu, Feb. 8. Edward Morrinoti, nged 6j years, waa fatally t-hot by hi son, Cliarle Morrisam. Tbe two rjuatreled crvcr aonie trivial matter at lunch and tbe youuic man drew bis revolver and shot hi lather twicviu tbe bead. He then mode liia escape, but waa afterward captured and la now in JaiL . Ilyaa Ild Not Kill Iliaaaeir, CLPAU llArila, la., Feb. K Tbe report that W. A. Kyan, (tobtiuaster- at Van lb ame, bnd committed atiicide waa a mis take it is said. I'poa Koiug borne aud re movinc his m ercoHl hyau atarted to take a revoaver from his pocket and accidenul ly discharged it. Ho was over 410 short, eyaapaUiar mi rrfattrra. CoLoUAlX) bfUlMis, CVlo., Feb. 8. The priuLera of the Chihw-Drexcl borne have adiptvU resolutions rxpreasiug ayni atby at. tbe death of George W. Child, aa a true friend aud a benetnetor of tiie craft. boot. T. Uala la California. Lo AmjKLES, FcU 8. t'olatt Todd Uuco'n.ex-miuister to luiiuud, lias ar lired brraa, WHOLE LOT OF CRY And Mighty Little Wool Rule Down &t Rio. the SQUE T0K3 OF IE03 C02PLDIEHT3, Rut th Onl SaalTcrrr frove To tie Fout Naa-ombat-uita A NoUy lay la the llarlmr That Kern Only to Hare He dared the Sto.k or Aaamuaitioa The Aqnialaban Come Iota Iwrt with a Thnaderoua Greet Ing. Rio ie Javeiro. Feb. a The compara tive quiet which had prevailed here for ten day or more wa rtiilely intemipted by a liirki'j encounter between the Aaiiiidahari ml the frirts, followed hy an attack by the rela-l fletr and the 1 latteries ia thadr ih-Si-aaluii upon the shore defenw of thecity. Later iu the day another lii-ht took plnc nt ftiiita Anna and Pctitadn Arvta. AH the lighting, however. only ronltsl in the kilUni of four men aud mortally wound -lug of afifch. Theae were all cit izen of llio. What lo, . if any, the rebels sus tained t not known. It had been rumored for two tiny tbnt the Aqiiid-ilKin bad re turned from the north and that after a trip to Dcstcrre she wn wairint cutsice the hay for a i"odc!is!icc torun in. f 'onsf-iUi-ntly the forces of the (iiivcrnmcnt ur.fl the r Ik-Is wero ou the tjui vile ready to retartl he!1 or. ns op-Mrtuuity otTercd. aX'aiue In Ttimiaiiti the I nc. Iu epite ot this the arrivnl of the Aquida han was sa.inet of a surprise ta nil. Thcnihi was iiniisiially coid, a suddi'ti k.iiU v-as hi- hhiK the v uteri tiftbehty and const into w hite taps and lenvins h--l.ind a heavy laiw-lyini; fojj. I'ikUt co-.fr of t lit, the Aqiiiih.lau approached anal was almost nmhr the shadow of Fort anta t'ruc before she was seen. This wna at n. ni., alsiut nn hour la-fore sun-' rise. Instantly the lirint; beenn from Foi-t Santa Crux and a moment, iater Fort St. .lohn joined in the flht. lit'le Fort I.te, inrther insitle the bay. also sect her quota to inrtv.nse the bail of missile which rat tled around the alarum Aquidabrtn. At that ran-?, however, not a shot reachi-d it mark, and without deicuinii a ra'ply thehiir black ship passed silently am into the narrow cli.mnl between the fortresses. The AqniJaltan Wake I p. Fiirlha-r on Fort Santa Cru., not SOO yanis away from the Aquidahan, workasl lu-r i;ur: furiously, si-mling a plnnsing (ire doti u u;mn the deck tf the warship, St, John, a mile away, sent l:cr heaviest I in -jtvtiles arainst. the rcbrl ship's bread-t-itle, v. hi-e lirt 1 Jij-e swept her decks with arakins lire. Ashipt-.iuld hardly K- suhjei-liil to a more severe test, atid yt the Aqi;idah.in passeal rapidly on. iip imrentiy uuinjurcl. Such shots" as struck her slaiired frun ha-r turret or reixinnaled like peas from her armor. When just nn taislte Fort- Santa Cruz, ia tha narrnwest and moot dangerous, pisce. she scemeal to nwake. I'rjui her hui- irnns lire Fpurred f!.'i:iKerotts!y and their heavy projecUlia rushed forth acaiust her enemies. Anil the Net 1U i:U Waa Ml. Fort ViibvaiKnon, far tip the hnrlvtr, now came into actio: aiiiHiy her rapid f;re atfe'optMl to tlraw ofT attention tnvm the AquU'.aliiin. For half an hour the fiht continued, until at hist the Aquidaiun tlroppi-d anchor nlonnsi.le the Tanmndare, out of rauf'of oil outside battcrh.. Thin it was time to count n-sults, Perhaps 3 l shot had been tired ntrnnnesof lroin 0-10 yards to two miles with guns of from iTine cclibre down to ais-ponndern. Ya t, so f:ir as can la- le.-.rned, abwilutcly no damape wa-i il.iiic. The Aq'.ii.inbun. thonch struck heavily several times, waa practically un hurt, while not a single shot. it her 'front iter hat U-rits or from Fcrt Villepiipnon, struck -itiy o:ie of the fcoveruuieiit forts, KILLED FOUR NON-COMBATANTS In a Later Knt-apt-i-aent with the Itattcricr on Shore, loiter the (' unnaliara, cue of the rebel tatrpedo cruisers ojicned fire (at iu-i a. in.) on t he shore batteries erected to pmtect the custom hotiMC. This wa answered from the shore, but neither side seemed to do much da-n.-u.-e. A little biter Cobra isl and the and cruiser Trajaao, with Admiral Da (Mima's ftajr tlyinL, also came into ac tion. The hitter, however, coatentei her self with liring three heavy projectiles, which tascd ov.-r the shore defenses and buried themselves in the heart of the cily. The only fatalities re)iorted were caused by the explosion in the city of a havy sha ll fired by the Gnmiabara, which killtil faiur men. nancly: IV.ire Waiuetti, a po lioemau; Mr.um l de JisnGadArela, a shoe tinker; Aiacrico Ih;rte, nn uinthecary; Manuel tioiir-ilei'.e Siiv.t, a medical stu dent. The lire ceased after awh'le, only to lie n-ncwed at 3 p. m. atainst Santa Anna and Pont a da Araa. where it waa replied to by the batteries there mounted and br lli'tse at Miuhinn nnd Da Velho. The action wn desultory, little danir.Re bciti-I done. This was a pood dav li;iit ins for Hio de .tnneini. liter In the evctiinc n few more shots were ii red into the city itud an unknown man wn hndly injured. Centre Admiral Sulio de Xovou ba has assumed romniantl of th-covcrn-inent s naval fnrcts here nnd elsewhere. nrrrkc'rllrr la !a Control. West Sll-Mtion. Wis, Feb. 8. -At the annual meeting of the Duluth. Mesaba and Northern railway a complete change of oflictTs was maale. Alfred Merritt, the fairmcr president, has retired, his successor to lie elected nt a meeting to lie held later in New Vork. William A Hi lame, a Rocke feller man, was made treasurer. Lou Merritt- nave it out that he would retire to uiakc rooni for a Ilockefeller man, Wisconsin liorticaltarlsta. MArtsOX, Feb. 8 -s-Attbe state horticul tural convention the election of officers produced a revolution, L.' G. Kelloirg, of Kinon, heintr t-hoacn president: Cha'rlt-s llirschinger, of Unralioo, rice president; IL A. Fhilliw, of Hncuwi, score tary; Mrs! V. H. CnmpltelL Kvansville, treasurer, and J. L. Herbert, of Sparta, correspond ing secretary. A rretljr ttad Lot, Aatyhww. Gueex Bav, Ala., Feb. 8. -Anon TolU fer and bis wife were found murdered near Lerc, he full of buckshot and she wiib a pistol ball in ber brain. A week auo the woman deserted her husband for a former lover named Anthony Thomas Tol lifer succeeded in Inducinir ber to re turn w ita hiiu, bul they were killed ou the way. - Only T Years lor a Train Karbber. " Cuntos, Tenn.; Feb. 8,-Kred GerdinR. who attempted recently to hold tap a Knoxville and Ohio express train, was ejnricted and seutcticcd to tirisoa far to years. MADE MR. OAKES WEEP. Ex -Senator tVpaMMipr'a Elnqnrnt Addrew la the orthem Part Ac Cane. MlLWAtKKK, Feb. 8. In tbe Northern Pacific bearing an aflidavit of President Ralston of t lie Farmers' Loan and Trust company of New York was read, In w hich be denies all the allegations of the Ives petition as relates tai him, and explains the methods of the, linam-c committee of the Xort hern 1 "aci Has. Kx-Scnnt or Spaxitier then K-mn an nnitiment in favor of the receivers.- It was tha most eloquent ad dress delivered in the Krcat. battle up to this time, and his pha was so strong and touching that Mr. (Jakes broke down and wept freely in court. -a- , , Iternaed t Mork Nine Haiara. Cl'iri'LE CKKI.K. Colo.. Feb. 8. The An aconui, Oitls King. Ilaveu, Strong, Anna Lee and Granite n ines have closed down, as the millers reftisnl to work nine hours. With the closing of those miia-s alsiut one huiidu-d ami titty moie miners are thrown out of employment. There is not a nine hour mine workiug in camp. I niiin I-altor I'aorr Snsrtenil. ST. IH ls Feb. S,xe Vnia Hecord, the only cu; in ly Ialsir pjiper published here, has xtispt-udcd publiaration indeliuite ly. A. S. Leiieii, the editor, say that the bard times ot the past few month have made it iuipssibiu to collect subsaa-ip- l-Sf&TS. , "A3 oH as the lulls" .in.l. never exicll c.1. "Trie! and proven" ia the vordict o f million, S i ra n o n s Liver Keu lator h tho only Liver KiJnov iae-licir.0 to vhicli y o u ran ia your t;v, a n purely veg ctaUo, act TTh 7 1 mZ lirwtly Jh2 C on tlia Liver JL ZZIO and Kill. novs. Try it. Soli hy all Druggisia in LiquM, cr in Tow ler to b taica drv or ma le intoS'Tea.' " a - The Kln.-r c.f Ucer l5ei;j):incs, " I hive oscit yaiursinjtmiii'i J J vcr Retra. latorauaimn NiarlenS'i..tsi-'s.iv II tsihe kiiitf t all liv -rMann-lna-s. I v nsij.-t it a nn-ul-llie rheM :a Itvetf. liai-. W. J AC4- eos, Taeoni. W a.-.hiiiloiu Box the Z Staic-i fa re.! cn wmi-per WONDERFUL CURE. Testimonial of Miss M. Chambers of Pecwia,' III. Well and Happy. mm MISS M. CIIAMBEKS, P..cria. IH. Mr trouble coniniotipoil with Catarrh. It settled on my Bronchial Tnlie nnd Lungs. 1 "had nine hemorrhages in 20 days. My luns would pain rite so at "times "I could hardly sland it. I read of the suc cess of the Physicians of the Scott Medical Institute. I took their . treatment sent by express. I never ', was at their of.iec, but I ant CritKU. This was 18 months ago. I have not liaa any bleeding l lunjs since anil have gained 23 pounds." : if AVE- vni- a-VrVwc h-imTmidl I 4,A burning pain behind tho breast ; bone, shootini; pains throuc-h chest. slitcli in the side, tenderness in the upper part of chest, cough tickling or burning of throat. Breath short on exertion and of a wheezing sound, tightness across chest, loss Xof strength and fleth, night sweats, mucus sometimes streaked with blood." These arc the prominent symptoms of Bronchial Catarrh. It can be cured if the Luag Tissue is not diseased. EVERT CLUABLE DISEASE TREATED. SCOTT Medical Institute. S21 Brady street, Davenport, la. Over America Exfress Co. SPECIALTIES-Catarrh, Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lunge; Nervous dis eases. Skin diseases. Chronic dis eases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., t to 4 p. m.. 7 to S p. m. On Sundays the office .will be opea (rom 9 a. m. to 12, S to 4 p. u. If k ar"teaaa - "5.s Wrl.' Mm SL now soominsly hoxorA roc.til may rpsttrotl wrinklos aral sallowncaa fcanKlietl and n f:mUles3. always youthful complexion retained by the ure of Empress JosspEiinB FACE BLEACH. It is a deliciour, lotion for brightening and soothing the bkin cures Freckles, Pimples. Tan, Sunburn, Eczema Acne, etc. The price, 75 cts. per bottle, will be refunded should it fail. For sale by T. H. Thomas, 1630 Second avenue, and 206 Seventeenth street. THE KOLlNIh STATE SATOTGS BAITS. Koline, 111. OIRc a Cornet Flftee th ctreaH and Tli'.rtl An CAPITAL. $100,000.00. Bacceeda the Molicc SnV.npa Mr.tr.. Drsrinlrei litw S FerCEn WUim .llD OS DEPOSITS. Organized under St&te Uiwa. Oasit from S a m. to S - a., and Weatncciday seal Sataraiay alKfatsfrcaiTuiSp-a Pram SsiavfR, . . PmrinaiTi U. A. Aisswoara, - - Vice-.i'i.t I. F. Buriwit, ... cashier BlRBCTOVa: rter Skisasr, W.W. Wells. ;. A. hontv, t rt. A. A'u.wortti, G.H. BuJarartJa, Mf. H. Artuoa. Aimn-a Friber, C. F. liemainway. tbraaa Trl!ne. Western Investments REAL, ESTATE LOANS tntde for' rtriTate partita In the c&rdas t-ot nt tbe west by the Orchard State Bank f ORCIIAKD, SEBKASS . E. W. Daar, Preaidert. ' ' J.S. Trt r..:er. HEiTERirNClls. mtchel A trniic. rVnker. J. r. babaoson, ta-shit Hock Tsiand Naticn-il Bank. O.C Carter, V. D. Henry Dait Sa-r.a. Who'raaia Orncr. PROFESSIONAL CABDS. ATTORNET-J. H. C. COStlI.T. B n. COMS.ttT. CONNELLY dt CONNELLY. ATTO-iNKYS AT Lv Rick Island. 111. Office Scconl flnor. over Milolie'.l i Lrnle's banV. Ko::(-Tlll, JACKO.V e HUasT. VTTOUM.TH AT t.AW Offi-a in Rnck I'land Sationa. Bank bnildinc. Rack Island. 111. I. . ra-KSsrT. c. i Wales a. SWEKNEY vVALKEIl. ATTOPSKV- ANo cvrSsKLUHS ATLA-JT-Offlce in E -r'ton's blocg. !ock Island. 111. CHAK.i.iii J. SEARt-K. ATTORMtv ATtAW LKOAb nrfSISESH rK ailk.o.1. wnottrv inacd d to. w-its At-!r"'Jr..or-,'0k l!,;n CJunty. Cilice: Post McENIRY av MoLNiRY. ATTOttNB ia aT LAW Iaiq asoccv on eosl sTatasan r- tv . annVa nll .: ( . c i M-tcttcU 6 Z-Tt.-- banket. Office Iu tMWJire i DMsftaV- PHYSICIANS. OH. ASAY. PHTS'CUN AXO SCBGS(r H3t Third Avcbds. Telephone 1170. Raxk UUnd. IU. Qca Hours:! to 4 p. ra. and at nij-ht. J. H. Hollow bo Bh. M. D- Geo. E. Barta, at. D DRS. BARTH c ROLLOWBUSH pHYSK-IAXS AXD 8CKOEOXS I OOH-eaiwavrrtM. Telephone lrws Resideacsmststet. " UbS m' BS2 i Dr. Ilollowbash , 2'n-". I 10tolis.m. tansaad TU8a.ta. S to Band V to 8 p.m. DR. CHAS-M. ROBINSON, CTE, SAR, NOSE. AND THROAT OXLT k uskta MasjaJttagh i oil.iu,r, I M M.od St. -.. . . lAVNFOtaT. IA. W. S DL- . . r . STIST-Rmia S ta hticMo.l Lrnd.aw aaa elavator. M AWTHORNE v BILVIS. D afauttZ " eco1 d oe. over Kra'l DRS BICKLE k SCHOEMAKER. DI5IA P'Q'tONaltlichBll ak l.rsdot DIOCR. Hoom ta-M. flaaa fiiaaatot, i a.lT- rl Ala MATT, 49, Mitchell ak Uh4a nnildiav. a--ar . . .GEO' p BTAUDUHAR. ,,L . T" ' ' ,td atarnnixiMM far sB n trails un. tAKt it EVATia CITY OFFICERS. Cm BBQINERIt- ' Batsni tssak oct kiscsbarjs The Beauty ofother ays A. D. HUESING, -Real Estate- LSD -Insurance Agent- Rer-rcferitr, araoct other tlmc-trlod an1-u known Fire tnsarance Compania?, the fuT;oa-.-g : Tioyat Inaaranre OrmpiinT. of Errlnrid yTeco-aT K:re lua. t-ori.pa-ir. nf j v. Buttai.. i.i-rain tna. OrmpacV, linffa'n 5 T. jbiea-1-.t. lirnnan Inn. fo.. hm hf -tir j CiHi..!.'1 ii j Coot Httsbarg, Pa. "on !" "cice, Lrd.tt t ni-. in.. Oa..ot tMlifornia. Im-ciiv aa4- Haven, for.n. !l..i...e Jtecbanica Ins. Co.. Miiua-.iec. c-vii;..i. rire In. Co of Pecria,tll. Oilice Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave. Rock Island. Ill FBtAbli&hed 1868. "TRE OLD RELIABLE." HAYES & CLEAVELAKD OKXKRAL miAicB mil RcpreEeoticg over 40 MiHioa Dolors of Cuh asreta Fire Life. Tomrdo. Accident. Marine, Employer's Liao.tv IXSUKANCE Bonds of Suretyship. OFFIOE Bampstan'a block Rock If nJ, !'.'.. Ub' oecare var rate: they arill ittercrt Ton. J M. BUFORD, General . . . Insurance Aent. 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