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   World (Newspaper) - February 8, 1894, New York, New York                                1 1 fr H P L I M r 1 1 L WANT GOOD HEfcP fl 14Word fldvt in TNE costing biif BRING YO U THE BES 7 Weather AR6 yOU UNEfll Weather Indications Circulation Boohs Open to WOJtLV Has Special Rate of 10 Cents for a 20Word SITUATIONS PRICE TWO TODAYS NEW FEBRUARY 1894 PRICE TWO 14 PAG i IN Indications for Highest tem perature 44 MO average for corresponding day labt Stocks were generally higher in the early lDUt closed owing to a sharp raid Total shares and OfH Money easy and sterling exchange Cotton in Now York advanced 1 to 3 Lfpnt receipts and favorable cable advices from Liverpool caused the bales 740 or broke to I i g w rvt 14 kJ light exports and discouraged Chicago Mfty wheat opened or quickly and closed lirmidaf His Neglect to Shake the BallotBix Was COL FELLOWS SUMS UP WITH FORCE AND SOME HIEKCY RECOMMENDED BY THE JURY large stocks and weak IN AND ABOUND NEW Arthur the missing Boston civil who 1ms been found alive in H Art issued a statement telling why he feigned suicide from tho steamship Pilgrim last Decem T Iheultimutiimof the Chamoer of Commerce Ctomraitteo and fta told ex clusively in yesterdays was forwarded to Chairman of the Senatorial Inves tigatmt in The family of Earuch of 9 First hod a narvow ewupu from death irom supposed poison in a pot 01 Peter election WHS found guilty of neglect or duty at the November elec He may get three or or More McKauu witnesses were caught in the prosecutions crossexamination ticc otthe Peace Newton among The Bread Fund was increased several thou sand the safe In the Sixth avenue shop nitf district furnishing money for 111 and he Syrian colony 400 Another burglary In Wcstchester This makes threescore up to date and the burg lars are still safe und Sherry1 s shouter and life emplover were fined iipietc for disturbing the slumbers of neigh bors while calling out the numbers of carriages for f the big was Jostled against by thieves On who tried to steal his He knocked both meu nenselesB while a crowd applauded Albertina who arrested for conducting a poolroom for women at 74 West Thirtyfourth was held in bail for Elizabeth Hoyt of South NOT died irom injuries she received by thrown to the street while attempting to Imrd a Broadway cable which started before sue could get oftthe Barbflr of Tenth has announced his intention of shaving free men who want to look respectable and have no ordered the New York Steam Company to cease burning soft coal within five Senator Gautor almost speechless from an attack of Louis Valenstein was charged In the Tombs Court having set fire to his place of busi A MII alleged wtll be used by the Two angry wives visited the home of In Lonff and severely chastised the widows daughter for receiving the Dore an extensive and once the husband of Kate has The West Harlem Democratic Club goes over to the County Democracy in a Ithninar formerly steward of the Me fanlc Fish and Game of has brought Buit against Isaac of this for 000 damages for alienating the of his with a strong recommenda tion to was the verdict brought In last night by the jury in the Court of Oyer and Term In before Judge Bar in the case of Peter Chair man of the Board of Inspectors of the twentyeighth Election District of the Fourth Assembly charged with neglect of The neglect of duty was failing to mix thoroughly the bal so that one of the by a might draw out the ballots in excess of the number law fully The jury was out from until and came in once to ask two questions of no seeming par ticular counsel for made the customary motion for and Barrett dented Sen tence will be pronounced Shall I bring alflrtavitB aa to Ne villes good character asked No proofs of character outweigh didnt know until yesterday that Neville had been arrested In this The Schampain summed tip for the He took from until and his principal point was that the Jury ouirht not to send a man to the peni tentiary for from three to ten The jury has nothing to do with the interrupted That is not within their But you might as well get it The im prisonment Is not longer than three yaars or it may be a fine not more than Schampaln The Jury would surely not send to the penitentiary a the sole support of his widowed just because he did not shake up a ballotbox sufficiently to suit If there had been any doubt as to the sincerity of the DistrictAttorneys pros ecution It was dispelled when Fel lows had It was said to be one of the best arguments he ever made to a He stuck to just one point in t hla hours the safety of re publican institutions depended upon the purltv of Jf inspectors were to lift out what ballots they then the peoples voice could never be The law prescribed definitely what the chairman of a board of election Inspec tors was to If he omitted or re fused or neglected to mingle the bal ots he was liable to pun This la the first lie of a aeries of investigations into election If New York jurors do not care for a pure ballot HO much as thev do for the fact that a workingman the sole support of his mother is to be pun then I shall But if I find that it Is the resolve of my countrymen that there shall be no method so secret End no shelter so safe that the offender against the law of honest elections shall SIXTY F WHILE REPUBLICANS ARE REORGANIZING Thats Weslchcsler Countys Score Up to 9 BULLETS WHIZ IN ITS AIR AND NOW AND THEN SHREWD RASCALS STILL not be dragged I shall go There was a good deal that was sol emn In what Fellows and yet there was some Speaking of the fact that not a Democratic ballot In the box was taken out when twenty one ballots were withdrawn from of which 158 were he said I suppose this was one of the most re markable interventions of providence on behalf of the Democratic party on rec I though I sup ine recommendation of the reI pose Sedgwick will say that the devil piled takes care of his The maximum Js three candidates to show thaT they years in State all the same number of the punishment WU1 be a t Democrats did not vote for a certain The first witness of the day was Po liceman George of the Leonard But in reading over the list Cord street He was on duty in the 157 and so on The Mccreary supporting the Presidents Hawaiian policy and declaring for passed the The Senate passed the Elections Law Repeal which ends the reign of Senator Hill is said to be gaining ground In his tight against Hatch introduced in the House his new WU to regulate and tax dealing in options and Antisuvar men filibustered successfully against the Bland bill und the House ordered the arrest of DOMESTIC Albany the Greater New York bill was delayed by a Sheehan re fused to recognize Senator A woman who is said to have refused to marry tne late millionaire JarnesG was arrester in California Tuesday on a of murdering her blind William Nolln killed John and Will Turner in a fight in Mount A bill to make football a crime waa yesterday introduced In the Massachusetts A second attempt to launch tho Ola Dominion ship Yorktown was made yes terday in Union printers started a movement to erect a monument to George no one but union printers to The honor system at Harvard has been revo Zella Nlcolaus showed a marriage certificate at Chicago to the effect that she married VGuardian Rulunan at A attached her baggage ou au old DOara t President Peixoto tells Tho World correKnon flent at Rio that he will Issue today adecree ordering Presidential and Congressional elec tioim for March As Prudente a man acceptable to both will be the Government candidate for President all cause ol war be fft Js by the they they polling place election He testified to the facts not that there was argument between the ballot clerks and the poll one side declaring that 177 votes had been the other that it was He that these when amounted to and were folded on the first He told about the luncheon being the ballots beingput in the box while Inspector Neville After when the ballots were put on the 193 bal lots were He saw the ballots after they were put back Into the They were spread but not and some of them were he I saw Neville shake the box CHIEF ACTORS IN THE NEVILLE Fellows skipped Judge Maynards Judge Barretts very deliber ately was strongly against the The came down to the one point that the ballots should have been thoroughly It la not three or four and every time he to an fdle ceremony a mere j Germany will have war with Russia within three the Kaiser if tbe commer cial treaty is Manillas troops are said to to shooting even women and children who sympathize with Princess it is will not come to the united States untiJ her suit in tbe French courts ia but she ia hiding for fear her children may be A New York draughtsman named Reisner was among the wounded In a railway accident near Hazel an lured Irom New to London by a deceptive theatrical ad has won her suit against Agent Henry who goes to prison for ten BPOET1 with a record of brought the top price at the American Institute sale of of San for There will probably be no racing in New Jei wy this The Democratic leaders at Trcn tou have ordered the racetrack owners to keep their gates A baseball roag anuouuced hJs retirement active interest in tlio In the opening game of tho billiard tourney Boston defeated Sohaef er OOO to J4 Hit Wifes Love at oJ ilpnyillei today fcued Israel for OOO damages for the alloim of h lit wife1 R Davidson is eaid vtiOOv shook It Bedgwlck protested that the ballots were not being as the Jaw Tucker also said that Neville was asked to put his hand into the DOX and stir up the but he had Prank of 113 Seventh a toallot declared that there was no sleight of hand work that he He told the same story of the surplus but stepped down from the witness chair and showed how he thought Neville shook the turning it over and end for In this he differed from all the other who didnt use anything like the vio lence or the variety of The second the the fifth ana the eleventh 3yrors asked Swanton about the unused and whether they were out of his possession at any the being to get some clue as to where those twentyone ballots came Judge Barrett took part in the but Swanton de clared that the unused ballots did not go out of his the best witness of all for the came He was a and he told his or rather Nevilles in a frank There was some examination of him about the number of files the ballots were stuck seemingly to bring If confirmation a theory that the twenty one votes had no business there had been put on a file and slfd in unos Daly wasnt but he thought there were eight or nine Others had eaid There was a laugh when Daly naively said that everybody was surprised after all the twentyone votes had been and the Independent Demo cratic vote wiped off the there were still thirtytwo votea for James who was running for the As sembly on the Independent Democratic On crossexamination Paly shook the box again for Fellowss benefit and the three papers lying In the ballotbox were simply jostled around and not mixed up at He heard no protest from Sedg wick and did not tell Harding to draw the ballots from the John Of 206 Madison a clerk in the Roasters office and a also heard no protests agrairist such a perfunctory mixing of ballots and no complaint as to the way the ballots were drawn out of the the afternoon leuslon Frank Car A4rll M ill J was ft I Her J VL J EL d Jingling of the but the intent of the law is tnat fraud shall prevented and that each party shall have an even chance with the The defendant was expected to know the Did he act fairly Was he guilty of negligence Ihat Js what you Will you charge the jury that the prlfloner la to have the benefit of every doubt asked The law la directly contrary to He is to have the benefit of reasonable Does the law say he shall refold the ballots before mixing then up In the ballotbox asked the tenth It does not say he shall or shall It does not say he Email or shall not put hla hand in to mix them Had he a legal right to put hip hand into the box askeathe same He Schampain excepted to the and the jury wont out at WHERE THE HANDJF CAKE RESTS Theres a Volume of Affliction in tbe Story of the Poor The McCain who Jive on the top flcor of the tenement at 214 West Sixtyfirst are sadly poverty and If it were not for the bread they receive dally from the World Bread Fund they would not be able to get along at Jimmy aged thirteen cornea to tbe up town depot for the bread every and he also takes a basket and hunts the over for coal and That is all the living the Mc Cains jet Patrick McCain worked as a railway brakeman until hla Icff crushed between bumpers and it had to be He is now in Sellevue The mother can scarcely move on account 6f and little wKo IB nino years has to do must of the hourehpld The unlonu had two other chil but theydont Vnow where they are girl a blue rtjrbeft one when there was the house An cider M Burglars are In clover in Westcheater In the past month sixty houses have been entered in the town of Mount average of two a The ticket offices and safes of the Harlem Railroad Company have been sadly bat tered and Van Nest on the New Haven has been In vaded three The latest burglary occurred at The burglars blew open the safe with dyna mite but got no Later they visited the station at West a few miles below Van and were about to break into the ticket office when the station who sleeps over his was aroused by their noise and scared them off with five pistol Aside from these burglaries In Mount Vernon and along1 the lines of the Har lem and the New Haven there have been many robberies recently along the The mysterious black whose crew never landed unless they Is still freeh in the minds of residents of Larchmont and Rye and New The work done by these thieves Is and experienced thief catchers unite In saying that they are experts of high The buglarizlng or the ticketoffice aL Van Nest station was admirable In Its The burglars blew open the safe with and when found there was no money in it smashed everything In the Van Xest is a small cluster of or short mile side of the town of It squats in between the Catholic Protectory and the Morris Park In the winter there are not a dozen men to be seen on the road at one time during the And after the day ia done ana night falls a man Is apt to look with suspicion on a stranger in the The passenger ticketoffice is a frame like an exaggerated Station Agen t Toole learned after the second robbery that it was not safe to leave any and particularly any in the safe or about the When he went home Tuesday evening he acted on hJs newly acquired knowledge and took with him all the cash on He slept the sleep of the and yesterday went to his office for an early morning He round the windows the doors Open and the contents of the office broken to The burglars had picked the lock of the an easy as ones finger would almost penetrate the opens into a small waiting in one end of which is the ticket small circular box The thieves also picked the lock of the office They did it for there were no evi dences of their The safe faces the door in the It is the regrulation railroad bomb proof and The cracksmen bored a hole In the door of the safe near the The hole was just large enough to allow them to Insert a mite Once this was done the rest waa The cartridge waa ex ploded and the doors of the safe torn out as if they were One of them lay flve feet and the other dangled by one hinge to the All the papers had been taken out of the When the burglars found no money they evidently got for the floor was littered with scraps of valuable reports and schedulea torn into The ticketbox had been smashed and scores of tickets were scattered Pages of Agent TooJes books and ledgers had been torn and others had been Into The explosion was evidently for chairs and boxes were splintered and lay about the A big bottle of ink had been blown or thrown against the wall and a great blacK blotch extended from the ceiling to the No one In the village heard the The nearest buildingto the station is a 200 yards When the biuglars tired of demolish ing the ticket office they picked the lock of the baggageroom door and rummaged about the baggageroom for something They found only a valiae and a pair of They ripped open the valise and scattered its contents on the did not touch the evidently thinking they could A clock In the ticket office told the time of their This clock hanga on the wall over the Agent Toole wound It up before he went home on Tuesday and it was ticking faithfully when he It had stopped at In the and Agent Toole says the ex plosion of the dynamite did An hour after the clock stopped in the Van Neat station ticket office Agent of the West Farms station of the New Haven was aroused by the Bound of Agent Miller lives over the He raised a window and looked Five men stood in the shadow of the atation near the They talked in low Then two of one tall and the other short and stepped forward and tried the door of the It did not and a third man fumbled in his pocket and then began working at the Agent Miller got his revolver and flred flve shots at the men as fast as he could pull the The men scooted around the corner of the building and As they went they rtred up at They shot at him or bis win dow nine Near the window Is a cot in which MlUerB children Some shots came mighty near The good folk of westchester County are not disturbed by the They regard it as an not an They are accustomed to such The residents of Mount Vernon particu larly are A month ago thieves broke Into the house of Rich ard In South Second and stole 200 worth The next night the house of at willow was Two nights later Evertons photograph gallery in South Fourth avenue waa and a number of negatives and a quan tity of photographic paraphernalia were Then these residences or busi ness places were invaded in rapid suc cession Jenks Pllmars carpenter Mortimers 20 Col lege avenue Batess In South Seventh avenue the house of the Father In White Plains road the house of Ir Second street Bernards Carrolls Qeorfire Golders Hoyta Spierss Sheridans Chamberss Gills drug Bournes meat Suebblings bakery and Bowdens In all about sixty houses have been broken into and over KOOO worth of property was Chief of Police of Mount Is working hard to catch the but they leave no traces to work no clues to run Up to 9 oclock last night no further burglaries In county baa been re Peixolo tlie on Marcfi REBELS ARE NONPLUSS L L Prudente Moraes Is to Be eminent f BOTH SIDES WILL ACCEPT L Da Gama 8570 Ha Will Peixoto Gives Way to ft OUR MINISTERS RECEPTION cl Bad Crolceri WK THE TfO TJioy Tried to Gel Away Athlete ers Wafcli CHANGE OF FRONT NOW THEY ARE PROBABLY WONDERING WHAT HIT IT WAS FUN FOR A BROADWAY I I C QueckbernfUY the heavyweight i i figured as anchor In an M promptu tugofwar on Broadway yes terday which ended In a lively with the honors all onihls As the big fellow reached Thomas street In the swirling throng that crowds Broadway at that point two roughlook ing men jostled against One of them pressed closely towards hla right while the other seized the heavy gold chain that swung from the ath letes waistcoat Queckberner felt the tug and his left hand dipped down to his watch where he caught the chain and watch and held it against the powerful tugging of the lightfingered who was work ing havd io gel possession of the mous Ive splitsecond This did not occupy more than two or three sec but It gave time to Queckberner to know what to With a sudden wrench backward Queckberner broke Then there was a whiz In tho air and a ponderous right fist shot landing beautifully on what Pony Moore would call the and one of the thieves rolled There was an approving yell of delight from the sporting drygoods commission agents and country buyers svho saw the and they for Queckberner had tasted with a swift swing of the he caught the fellows accomplice in that ticklish region under the ear where most prizefighters get the applications that put them to The two pickpockets lay on the dazed and for a few Queckberner standing over a howling crowd of ad mirers and the truckmen and cable grip men blocked traffic to get a The fellows drew themselves together after some effort and lost themselves in the amid storm of jeera and Then a policeman Queckberner placidly continued his walk up So many people followed the athlete that at Leonard street a policeman stopped him to learn what the trouble was While Queck was Herman Oel richs came out of the New York Life Insurance It was very said Oelrlchs last I Queck whats the matter He told me about the and I said bring them before me tomorrow and Ill fix You know I am foreman of the Grand I know Queck well as an ath I wish I had seen the thieves must have been Under ordinary circumstances It would seem easier to steal a ships anchor or a redhot gtove than to take anything away Queckberner by He is six feet weighs 2ijO pounds and is famous for hie deeds of both here and He excels In putting the throwing the hammer and handling the nftyslxpound In 1891 Queckberner went to Europe with the Manhattan Athletic Club He won his greatest honors In an exhibition in France on July ot that by throwing asixteenpound hammer 123 9 Inches putting the shot 39 2 inches throwing the ftftyslxpound weight 34 3 and following with 34 11 12 beating Mitchells famous worlds For these feats the French Society for Athletic Sports presented him a solid gold It was forwarded to this country ia by Whltelaw who was then the United States j Met Juit Before Their Special to Judge Proc or and MLsn Elizabeth of ibis were married Neither had Been the other until one hour be fore the ceremony was Their nc engagement audull arrangements had been made by It Was a Populist Candidate for Mayor That Waa Defeated by the Special to Tho complete re turns show a greater Republican victory at yes terday1 smumdpal election than was at first Kay was elected Mayor over John who was nominated by ttib Populists and indorsed by the B majority In a lotnl vote of The features of thu cam paign which tended to bring about the big Re publican victory wore Idleness In the iron which was charged as the direct ivsulfc of tho Demo cratic tariff and as a consequence thu large number of unemployed men voted against anything business who are Pomn would not support tho Populist caucH dtito because of the bad cllect the election of u Populist would hiivc upon the business and nuundal credit of the was alleged that Jcnswolds wife IB a Catholic and that was sufficient to army the entire strength against and that organization is unusually largo and Influential in this In addition to these reisons Ironmine own who the mc Iron ore position talcon by Major Conprefsman from this turned out solidly and worked for the Republican The Broadway Cable Road Adds to I dency in favov would satisfy Us List of 1SH by tho Press PubJiflhlnf New York Special Cable Despatch to Tbe RIO DE President Peixoto tells The respondent that he will issue to a decree ordering Presidential and gressional elections for March The period of the state of siege end There ia much confusion among rebels because this latest move ident Peixoto is calculated to all cause for continuing the Prudento Moraes will be the Govern L merit candidate for He ia acceptable to the sympathizers of both Admiral Saldanba da Gatna baa said that if Paixoto would resign the Presi Senhor Moraes ANDREWS THROWN FROM THE STEP OF ONE OB1 THE NKYER REGAINED It looks now as if the coming tions will settle the troubles in but until they are held it is probably that things will remain in statu j President Peixoto a reception United States Minister Thompson been postponed until SCORED RIOS w of DRAGG BY CARRIAGE Farm These fampus saustigeei tire sola In twopound withtrademark fccteetg loot aUmfiea on tha IMPEBIAL BEBB Woman in Deadly Peril ia a Runa way afc Mount Col lision with Another Margaret Schnltzer Is the wife of a hotelkeeper at West Chester With her daughter Anna and her and the lutters tenmonthHold she drove to Mount yes terday In a light Turning into Mount Verron avenue the horae took fright at a steam drill and ran The phaeton and all the women were thrown Their dresses were caught in the wheels and they were dragged eeveral When the horse was stopped in front of Charles Youngs house all the women had The women were revived In Youngs Schnltzer was found to he badly With her daughters she was placed in a hack and taken after being attended by a The baby was Before the runaway horse was stopped he ran into a carriage driven by Solomon of Kollue was thiown to the ground and Ms horse started to The prostrate man hung to the reins and stopped the animal n a short Schnitzers phaeton and Koliuaa carriage were almost totally Thelavenue waa thronged with people at the and many had narrow escapes from being trampled by the terrified The carelessness and recklessness T conductors and grlpmen on the Broad way cable road has once more resulted in the loss of a human This time the victim was a Elizabeth Hoyt a daugh ter of the late Nelson livea in South She came to this city Saturday to visit her who lives at 228 Thirtyfourth He Is the Secre tary of the Baker Taylor publishing at 5 and 7 EaSt Sixteenth Nelson a is also a of the Tuesday morning Andrews and a of who were old lunched together and then started on a shopping They walked to Broadway about with their arms laden with At Twentyfirst street Andrews hailed a Broadway When It stopped Andrews placed one foot on the step and was about to board when It started off with a sudden The woman lost her balance and was thrown Her head struck the pave ment violently and she became uncon I A Ennawoys Victim Kay A runaway belonging to Peter of 213 West Ono Hundred and Fourth ran down Peddler Henry 212 West Sixtyseventh street yesterday after noon on Columbus Uoeden was In jured in the head and was taken unconscious to the Manhattan He hatl not re vived at D5AOON WHITE TOO it Ho Donion that Ho Was Cnuglit and Injured in the Chicago Wheat There was a rumor In Wall street late yesterday afternoon that Deacon White had been caught in the big wheat deal In Chicago and seriously The story was that White was long of a big lot of wheat on the expectation of a and that the continued fall which has characterized the market up to date had been too much for Since his failure last year the Deacon haa been actively in the but has not yet gone back in the Stock My transactions in anything and everything are so limited that It seemed strange to said that any one could be Interested to know what my position interest of mine in wheat would not count for more than a fly on the rim of a to anybody being caught long ol such talk sounds mysterious and really means Wheat has not fallen five cents a bushel in fllty and I am not such a lamb as to be long of anything without being prepared for a 10cent decline at VicePresident of an in vestment company at 26 Exchange and other helped to carry the Injured woman Into Park Tllfords on the and efforts were made to revive She remained un conscious and a coach was Upon reaching her sons George Van who lives In the same applied with out Wheedon remained with her friend all At yes terday Andrews died without hav ing recovered The news was wired to her and Miaa accompanied by her reached here last Coroner Dobbs made an examination of the body and Issued a permit for its It will be taken to South Nor walk Inquiries at the offices of the cable company elicited the response that Newell was out and nothing was known of the Jamee Deexing Broadway cable car struck the private carriage of James Decring at Twenti eth street Deeritijr received injuries in the fiide and was tali en to her home at One Hundred and Third street and River tide The coichman was not but the carriage biully 41 DIANA OF MADISON SQUAKB Agricultural Building of the Worlds Fair ilmoit Burned by Special to Tho attempts to set flre to the Worlds Fair buildings were made by The third effort resulted in a flre at the Agricul tural The first attempt was made at 2 oclock and the incendiary Later a Are was discovered In one of the hollow columns which had been stuffed with inflammable This waa extin At 4 oclock two tramps Were seen emerging from a panel in the south west They were driven from the A few minutes later nra was discovered In the southwest The great group of statuary represent ing Plenty was first to A cheml J engine waa taken to the The ass roof melted under the Intense and sections of it fell to the gallery ana The flremen were in great danger and were compelled to A score of engines wore soon at work taking water from the At 6 oclock the flre space burned was 100x160 around the There were only few exhibits in the Russia and Mexico hart a few but they were not The Immlatins Fire and Cable Company iti loss is f The Agricultural Bui Wing1 6flf of the most of the dimensions are central donir t I r J L I Tha Aquidaban Ran Through Their Most Vicious Fire Witheut Notice able M r X Special Correspondence ot The RIO DE rebel fleet kopt up active firing all last j notwithstanding tho heavy upon the line of Government defenses on the Projectiles of every form and size were ihowered r upon this causing great Towards daybreak the firing became Tery hot and Tiieri the cause of this severo bombardment at such unusual after day of was At oclock tho fortresses at the bar caught sight ol a highdecked which was at once recognized as the in spite of the great transformation that had bean maclej iu the The accompanied by two was making for the bar at tho highest speed her engines are still capable of By using every pound of steam the was able to pass through the northern channel under a perfect rain of shot hurled against her mailed sides by Forts Santa Lase and This lire of the forts was answered at every moment by the powerful ciins of the Aquida up to Fiscal sha cast anchor on the side of the The Aquidaban came in without her funnel down and her hull all painted She had nothing to distinguish her as a She displayed only the national which floated from the staff at the During this morning there was a very exten sive movement oMaunches between the newly arrived warship and the other vessels of tha The heavy artillery on Cobrat Island began at 0 o1 clock to flre ou the bar and thu answering flre extremely Villcetignon sent two shots yesterday at a craft moving proved to be a spiledriver that had broken from its fastenings during the gale and was floating with the dragging in its wake channel 1 A line of steam navigation was established yesterday by means of a steamlaunch between the toeach ol Icarahy and this notable improvement wiU bring several great advantages to The island of Conceicao wan abandoned yesterday by the people who taken refuge It had been for soma time tho asylum of almost Hundred per nearly all inhabitants of s Sons1 employees had given shelter to these but the peace of that asylum dis appeared four days From the insurgent fleet strong detachment disembarked on the island and occupied thq part not belonging to Wilsons Tho con slant wliiisa of rille balls alarmed the litfcte col ony of but their misfortune did not stop The having lost all notions of hegau to the The house of Wilson rendered important service in the giving those unfortunatt people transportation to this city on Some boLdleu at Nictheroy tried the other day to nail a boat taken from a vessel of the re vofted Ono could easily tee they wete They wanted to go to but the wind was contrary and it wat impossible to because one of tha taclts be towanln and Hollors there were remiy with their field The soldiers turned tbe boat1 s prow towards the desired but the sail backed and the boat turned Finally they turned her to rua with the wind uud the boat went to It was only by rowing and tbe help of the tide that the soldiers at last shells from ttio Tarn and ostensibly timed at Armucao often fly over Nicfherof and explode in Camp Sun Icarahy places where a great many lahahl tants of Nictheroy have takeii 1 When the bar torts lire now on that maw of its implements of w h4 ft i 1 4vi i M 1 h m J ri v j m 1 t JJ3 I   

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