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c3nfccpcnbent zimmi:u.ma .s. irru. Publishers and Proone'ors PLYMOUTH. 'NDIANA. SAL A DEAD IX LONDON NOTED JOURNALIST AND THOR PASSES AWAY. AU- LongC'I issin;; Strainer Strathnevii , Spoken Drif ting at Mercy of the "Waves Two Ual Sunday Fires- Trade in a Stagnant Condition. Famous Journalist Dead. George Augustus Henry Sala, the dis tinguished Loudon author and journalist, is dead. George Augustus Henry Sala, journalist si ml author, was horn in Lon don in 12. In 1 1 1 early part of his career lie became a contributor of articles to iiewspHjMTs and magazines. He found ed and was the first editor of the Temple Kar Magazine. He visited the United States in I.' as special correspondent for the Daily Teb'graph :uil in the lat ter part of the following year published the result of his J.srva ti..ns under the title of "Aiiieri. a in the .Midst of War." lie was war correspondent for the same paper in Franc in 1S70. witnessing the fall of the empire in Paris Sept. 4. He afterwards went t Koine to reeurd the entry of the Italian army in that city in January, ls7ö. I If visited Spain on the occasion of the Iii I V of AlplioUSO XII. II visited Itusi.- in I eemher. 1S7. as special -rresMin!'iit of the Daily Tele graph, and subsequently traversed the empire to ohsTv tin mobilization of the IJussian army, then in progress. the debts are liquidated the stockholders will still have something left out of the company's property. Seven of the largest wholesale estab lishments in Indianapolis, Ind.. were de stroyed by the tire Tuesday. The loss is $."HM.khj. Twotiremen. Frank Sloan and Patrick Murphy were caught by falling walls, and the last-named will probably die from his injurifs. The liruis burned out are Schnull Co.. wholesale gro cers; Ward Iirus.. wholesale druggists; Fairbanks. Mors.- A: Co.. scales;" Fck house Bros., wholesale liquor; Woo 1 ford & Pohlman, wholesale liquors; 11:1 debrand Hardware Company, wholesale hardware; Indiana Coffee Company. The seven buildings destroyed were most ly four stories high, and were tilled with tin goods. I he estimated value ot luuldmgs destroyed is . ll.'J.O". . The es timated total value of stocks destroyed is .?" -.IK). The insurance companies will have to !.ar 11 bout ..'!" .tK H ) of th Joss, ihe losses are distributed among more than loo companies. Adelia Grant, of Chieag, wants t. I. Ml I. . Ii" 'IM ; 4 11- Kin nersen. iuai is, .v.ielia will cui short her sojourn upon earth provided soia one will pay the funeral expenses l'p to the present ime she has not sue ceeded in tin. ling any one desirous of doing this. .lust who Adelia is no om ... I. . ill . . a seems to Know . Wallis to lie KnoWIl. however, and is willing to pav a big 1 price in order to attract public attention. She has written a letter to Siegel. Coop er iV i o. telling t!'Ui all about it. Adelia says she will .rente a sensation by kill ing herself in the big store if it should meet with th.' appiovai of ihe house. In return, all sh desires is that the tirin pay such expenses as might be incurred by the funeral. For this she will kill hers.'lf in any manner Sigel. Cooper xt Hiir Sunday lila'.cs. Chicago's business center suffered badly from tire Sunday. There wer. two seri 011s blazes, one in th' morning ami the other :i! night. The lirst desi roved the live-story lmildiiig upied by II. Wolf A: Co.. wholesab' g.-neral merchants, Nos. -." and 2Ö2 .Madison street, mid a stock of dry goods. ts. and notions, insured on a valuation of .S.o.Oini. Harris Wolf, president of the firm, is known as "King of the Peddlers." The second lire broke out at H;:.ti at N,,s. 17N and ISO "Wahash avenue, and lefre it was quenched had caused a loss of 1 1 M ,Cm HJ to the building and the stock of Meyer & Web-rs piano house and other con cerns under the sann- roof. Two men were injured in the tires, one in each, and two had narrow escapes in the Wabash avenue blaze, being rescued from thtj building in time to save their lives. Markets Are Gorged. II. C. I u ti iV o.s Weekly Ileview o: Trade says: "Ilusiness is still sluggish, ns if gorged by w.essive indulgence of the appetite for buying when prices were advaieing. In nearly every branch stocks not yet distributed to consumers stand in the way of new orders, and com petition of a producing force largely ex ceeding the present demand puts down prices that decline, retarding purchases yet more. Aller the holidays men look for a larger .b'inap.l. For the present tlm springs of new business are running low. but enough is doing on old orders to keep most of the works employed in pari mm a good proitortion fully. Financial influ ences have not hinder..!, and rarely has th op.-ning of a s.-ssion of Congress af l"et-d business so little." At the Ocean's Mercy. The I'.ritisli ship Strathnevis, which was supjosd to have foundered in the recent November gal-s in th North Pa cific Ocean, was spoken a few days ago by th British bark Join Gambles, which arrived at Vancouver from Japan. The Strathnevis was in a disabled condition, MO miles northwest of Cap Flattery, and is on the sailing trr.ck between Puget Sound and Yokohama. The Strathnevis is laden with passengers a ml has a valu able cargo of merchandise bound to Yoko hama from Tacoma. When spoken the Strathnevis had drift.'.! l.tJOO miles, and, us it does not carry sutlicient sail to make t'riiig possible, it is prohuhlr being car rid eastward by the Japan current. Kan Ich Sa'.d to lie Heavy Lowers. The sf.r has become public at Cin cinnati. Ohio, that '.. T. Lewis, of It bana. who victimized nunibrs of people by selling forged municipal bonds, is now hotly pursued by Kalph Crawford, a Cin cinnati detective. Crawford has unlim ited means in cash and b-tters of credit furnished ly Cincinnati dunks which, until now, have been silent victims of Lewis forgel bond business. It is sail' Cincinnati banks kept perfectly quiet iibout :i loss that is given anywhere from $iriO,OIIM to .VlT'lMHIO. t o. may direct. She will jump from the top door, shoot herself, or swallow poi son, nil for the price ... a few lb.wers, slow music, a coffin, one sermon, and a hob in the ground. Adelia fails to say why she desires to quit. No one knows whether she is homely or handsome, tall or short, fat or lean, new woman or !!. or whether she ever wore btouiers or voted. Adelia ncis be crazy. F. II. Cooper thinks so. He beüe.es the wom an has read of the recent suicides in the store and has .- desire to go and do like wise. An effort will be made hv the police to locate Adelia s as to sav from h-rself. h. SOUTHERN. BREVITIES. Gov. Altgeld restored lh rights of citi renship to Thomas Malier, of Joliet. At Hucyrus, Kan., two masked men at tempted to r.b the railroad station. W. A. Gilinan. tin agent, offered resistance. and was shot through the lungs, bing mortallv wounded. The robbers then lied. .1. II. Ferguson was found dead in his room at the Albany Hotel. Denver, Colo. Mr. Ferguson went to Denver from Pitts burg as th representative of the Penn sylvania Lead Company. He was also identified with the San Domingo smelter lit Salt Lake City. "May tie curs.' of Co. fall on you and jours and allow me from the minute I drop from the scaffold to haunt you day and night until your death. Then I will welcome you on the brink of eternity with a red-hot iron." These were the farewell words of Harry I lay ward to hi brother Adry Sunday afternoon at Min neaiHilis. He hurb'd them at the latter as Ii descended the stairs leading 1. the tier in which the prisoner was confined and passed through the iron doorway to the outer office. It was their last meet ing 711 earth, and su. h the murderer of Catherine Jing intended it to be. Mrs. Libbie Custer, wife of the fajnmis fleneral. Friday commenced suit at Tt eI. Ohio, to recover title to a piece of property willed her some years ago by an aunt. Sh never knew she owned the property until some one discovered In looking over the rcords it had been sold for taxes. She was notified and im-; mediately tok steps to recover. Fire at the town of Mariestad on Lake "Wener in Sweden caused a damage of lxm.m) krvjie (about $-70,)i. Many people were injured by the flames, and jVHO out of a population of less than i!,5X) j:re left h'um !ss. EASTERN. Julian Hawthorne has won the $10,000 first prize in the New York Herald's prize story contest. Joshua S. Helmor. president of the wrecked Merchant Hank of Lockport, N. Y.. has been convi'-ted of willfully d ceiving the bank examiner. John Adams lialler. the oldest editor in the State in continuous actual ser vice oil one Uewsp; per, died at his home, in New lilooiiilicl.l. Pa. He founded th- Perry Freeman in and was its pro prietor for tifty-tive years. Fire in flu- priming department of the 'Prudential Insurance C.-mpany at New ark. N. J., caused a loss of S.'tö.iHM; in surance unknown. At North ll.iliinior , Ohio. th .ihhii.iii glass f.etory (turned. Loss, Siin.iMNi; partially insured. An drew Itearl. a workman ;sep in the fac tory when the tire lroke .hi. perish'd in the flames. The genera! ttlia of the New Yolk Court of Common Pleas sustained Mrs. Kate Lawb r's vci.li -t of Sü.r.ix against Manager T. Henry French. The plain tiffs husltand was employed by French at the American Tin at er as a st;!ge hand, and June L't. he was kicked by a horse used in the play "The Prodigal Daughter." from the effects of which he died. The Court finds "That hi action for injury by a vicious animal ihe keep er of the animal is the responsible party." Th- New York Central Ralhoa i has demonstrated its ability tu run up 01 its road the fastest ngular train in the World. Fp to si Uioiiihs ;;go she min known as the Umpire Stale l-'xpress i:-nl the world's record as a regular train for fast running. The London l.::i!w;;y f Kngland. running from London t t Aber deen, lejrsin lo run :i trillc faster tli;tn the Empire State's record of liftv-otie miles an hour. Monday tin Central began n new schedule for this train which necessi tates an hourlv run of ti ft v-three and one-third miles, two miles an lour faster than the Kngli.di rival. Francis 1.. Higgim on. the Boston, Ma vs.. banker, sent to his wife at tJenoa, Italy Wednesday a sigh.- draft for XltMi. Cmhi. He accompanied this extraordina rv pi ft with t Ii words; "Poor things, they'll starve if 1 don't send them some money." The -poor tilings" to whom he referred wen his eloping wife and .lames Wheatland Smith, a wealthy young IJos ton so -ieiy man. The Iliggiuson family is one of the first in all New Kiy-latni. ami this elopement lias made a ticnieii duis sensation. .Mr. Iliggiuson retired three years ago from the banking tirm of L-e. Higginson iV Co. with a large fortune. His wife is much younger than h and has been active in society. It has been known to all her friends that her marriage was unhappy. Mrs. Hig ginson t.K.k with her Mo.om in cash. Friends of the banker assert that the bankers exlraordiicirv action in sending the draft for . 1 1 n u M hi was prompted by a genuine desire to keep his wife from want. Friends of .Mrs. Higginson say her husband has a most vicious temper and that the estrangement was caused by his eru.-l neglect. At the time of her marriage to .Mr. Higginson he settled up on her the iiiconn' of )s Im.lHHt. The money which lie sent Wednesday is I his Wedding gift. WESTERN. A JeffersonviMe woman f mid a dia mond the si.- of a p.-a in the craw of a turk-y she was dressing for dinnc. Walter McCreary. a hermit. Known as "Old Walt." was found .lead in bed in his little home, three miles southwest of Cranville. Ohio. In the -Id's .McCivary was prominent in Democratic politics, but for forty years has been a recluse. Disappointim-nt in love can seil his r- tiremeut lioni Ihe world, and he never married. II' was NT years old. The San Francisco I-'xatnincr says the collateral heirs of the estate of the late Senator Fair have sold th-ir interest to the children for tf-loo.ooo. and agre to abandon all of the rights guaranteed under the tru.t clans.' of the will. The compromise is said to hav been effected to give the direct heirs an important ad ran tage in a trial before a jury. Miners who are familiar with all that is being done in the development of the vast gold tieds of Colorado pr.ilict that the mining sensation of 1MM'. will center in Summit County. It is estimated that that county has yielded in the past $öo, üoo.000 in gold, and not 1 per cent.of the placer grounds have b-en worked over. Syndicates have secured thousands of acres f rich placer grounds in the neigh borhood of Itre. kenridge and next spring exploration will be begun on a gigantic scale. A dozen St. Louis, Mo., merchants and five or six banks have been victimized for hundreds of dollars by mail box rob bers. The Fourth National Bank is out of pocket ?40; the German-American is out the International was swindled out uf J?l!.", and several other banks are known to have been worked for like sums. The method is to extract letters from the mail boxes and open them, and if they ai found to contain checks the checks are rais.'d, indorsements forged, and the checks are presented for payment. So far as known none of the boxes have been broken open. The letters are eith er extracted with a wire or the Licks have been picked. F.vcry stolen check has thus far been promptly paid. Chicago bankers are unanimous 111 their approval of President Cleveland's neotuuiendatioii in his message that the legal-tender treasury notes and the silver certificates be withdrawn from circula tion and canceled and that the national several executive departments, which aig- indebtedness which they represent be re- , gregate $41S,0!H,07't. The appropria 1 a - .Toh 11 Sharp, of New .Martinsville, W. Va.. was found frozen to dcaih. He was a painter by trad'. A schooner plying between Roekport. Texas, and Mexico in the fruit trade is believed to have been lost with her crew. A part of the crew of the sjionginj; schooner Shamrock arrived at Tampa. Fla., and reports that while at Saint Martins Ileef a heavy northwester cap sized the schooner. Six negro s who were below the hatches were drowned. At a negro cake walk in Koseborough place, near Tcxaikana, Ark., the negroes ate at their banquet supper a good por tion of a hog that 'had been fed by its owner on strychnine and twelve have died and a half dozn others are in lied George Clark, the quadroon who ,.s an escaped slave lectured in the North be fore the war, who is now Si years old, was taken to tin? Protestant In firmary at Lexington, Ky.. on ac count of failing health. He is bed ridden ami unless he improves rapidly not' live long. l'le 'is the ' origin. u -vi George Harris in "Fn. le Tom's Cabin." arbitrate upon the title b the disputed territory east of the "Schotnburg line," holding to the precedent that the area specified is part and parcel of the British possessions, ami therefore solidly British beyond perad venture. This is the rej ly that has been expected; but it will never theless be the occasion of a fuss and future demonstrations of seeming great consequence. FOREIGN, The British steamer Madura, from Hamburg for Port Royal. S. S.. founder ed in midocean on Nov. L,v. Tlnodore A. Havcnnwer, the "sugar king." is to be made a baron. An im perial emissary is on the way from Aus tria with the patent of nobility. The British bark Arabia, from Cal cutta, has arrived at Glasgow damaged by a tiiv which destroyed . bales of jute and several hundred bundles of hides. Italy's claims against Brazil for al lege. I outrages upon Italian subjects dur ing the late revolution are to be submitted to I resident Cleveland for arbitration. Private dispatches to New York from Munich say that Louis Stem, of New York, has forfeited NO.Ooo marks, the amount of bail given for his appearance to undergo the penaltv imposed upon him for insulting Baron von Thm-ngen. A dispatch received at Rome Thursday morning from Constantinople says that Said Pasha, the president of the Turkish Council of State and formerly Grand Vizier, has taken refuge in the British Rmhassy at Constantinople, believing himself not only to be in danger of arrest, but fearing for his life. The Cologn" Gazette, Berlin, announces that a Rus sian squadron of seven battleships and nine torpedoboats is an. leoed off Se-' bastopol. under orders to hold itself in readiness to sail at twenty-four hours' notice. It is added that th orders for assembling this squadron were issued a month ago. when Russia assumed that Great Britain might attempt to send war vessels through the Dardanelles without the consent of the Sultan of Turk TOSSED BY TEMPESTS. SHIP RELIANCE HARASSED BY HURRICANES. NATIONAL S0L0NS. REVIEW OF THEIR WORK WASHINGTON. AT Fire Does Great Daniaire at Omaha and New York -Ke port that Agree ment 011 Turkish Oucstiou Is Broker -Sal'ebliover,' Hiisy Niht. Iiritislt Ship Has si Konli Time. The British ship Reliance, which has arrived at San Fran. : o lt'.u days from Swausea. had a fright fidiy lough pass age. She was i;i three hurri'-anes, ivu ji which shifted her cargo of coil: had a man killed at sea. and was forced to , run around the Cape of Good Hope, She left Swansea on June l!7 and four days later a heavy northwest gale canu up. It caught th' Reliance off Cape Ch'ar. and raged with fury for twelve hours. The ship's cargo shifted durin the storm, but fortunately the wind die.. town and tic crew 1 rimmed cargo, off the River Platte the ship was caught in a second hurricane, and part of nor rigging was carried away. Her tliir -.xperienc with heavy weather was south of New Zealand, where a revolving hur ricane was encountered. It started fron the north-northeast, and died away tifiy s!X hours later ir-un a nearly opposite quart.-r. Only the most careful seamau- Detailcrf Proceeding of Senate ami House -IKl! Passed or Introduced in Mither Itra-ch- tjui atiou of Mo ment to tlc Country at Ma rue. .ey. IN GENERAL Senator David B. Hill's lecture tour in the Northwest has proved a failure. engagements have b en ca II- WASHINGTON. The m uithly treasury statement of the public debt shows that on Nov. ItO. 1S'J.". the debt, less cash in tie treasury, amounted to 1 IS.477.C! 1. an increase for the month of 5't4i.,."o.';. which is -counted for by the decrease of .fJ.." ll.tll I in the .-ash in the trasury. This amount, however, does not include $"N-e '".'" in certificates and treasury not-.'s which are offset by an equal amount of cash in the treasury. Congress is again in session. Promptly at noon Mouday the Senate and House were called to order in their respective chambers amid the usual scenes of ani mation and excitement. The greatest in terest, of course, centered in the House, where so many old and familiar mem bers are replaced by new men, and iu the organization of the popular branch. Mr. Reed was elected Speaker. TJiat was a foregone conclusion. He received votes of the total of :::'.;. Mr. Crisp had 95 votes. Bell t' and Culberson 1. William Washington, a Washington negro, has been arrested for complicity iu th treasury eaneeh-d-staiiii st-al and has made a confession which shows that the thefts had gone on for months. The stamps, he says, were not taken from the documents at the treasury building, but the papers wi-re taken away in small quantities to different houses where young girls, employed at from 40 to , cents a day, removed such of the stamps and sig natures as seemed valuable, and then burm 1 the papers. It is estimated that Washington and l-M wards, who was ar rested some days ago, have obtained from the tilentom of the treasury about twenty-tive thousand old papers and d stroyed a considerable number of th 'in after removing the stumps. About eight een thousand of the stamps have been recovered by the department. The Secretary or the Treasury trans mitted to Congress the estimates of ap propriations required for the fiscal year ending June Ü0, lSt, as furnished by tin and all ceb.l. And now .Joseph .Jefferson is authority for the statement that President Cleve-j land will not accept a rcnouiinatioii. Ac-, .ording to the veteran actor. Mr. Cleve land is planning to make a trip around the world after the close of his present term. A new counterfeit silver certificate has been discovered. It is of the Serb's of ISiH. cluck letter C, plate number -11, .1. Fount Tillman. Register. D. N. Mor gan. Treasurer, portrait of Windom, small scalloped seal. The note is much smaller in every iv.-iv than the genuine. A thousand Scandinavians equipped with bundles, bales and boxes left Chi cago over the Nickel Plate Road Monday afternoon for their annual Christinas ex cursion to their native lands. forty buses, piled high with luggage and pack ed full with excursionists, conveyed the party to the depot. A Swedish bras band was stationed in the depot. Dur ing the wait for the special irain th- band played patriotic Norwegian, Danish and Swedish airs, while the entire crowd joined in the choruses. A gang of pick pockets followed the excursionists to the and hurried away before they secured anv valuables. Halvar Christofl'erseii was tin only one iu the party who was left. II.. was weary with celebrating the event and sit on Iiis tin trunk on the platform dreatJing of birds and a midnight suu whih the train rolled out of the staiion. Tü price of camphor has for some time been tending steadily upward. It is now sold by wholesale druggists at tJ4 cents a ioiud. and will probably go much high er, tiough wholesalers do not look for it to r.ch p. Several things have cm bmet to force up the price of this com modry. All the camphor for the trade com from Japan and the Island of For mosi, Th latter has lately come und-T me -initios dominion, ami there is a Fore-ry Commission in Japan which regulies the cutting of the camphor trees.from which the gum is obtained Ihe cm is extracted from the wood bv cuttii- the trcts into small pieces and boilm out the gum. It means the de strucn of the trees, and the Govern ment as limited the cutting. Stevenson Co Chicago w holesale druggists sav the tiiand has been greatly increased latelpy the manufacture of smokeless pow.L of which it is a constituent. It is al-used iu the manufacture of cel luloit Another thing that tends to send priceskyward is the buying of all ra v campr in sight by a London syndicat... ship saved the vessel. Kavaye of I l;inic. Fire in the Fnited States bonded ware house at South. Water and Jefferson streets. New York, caused damage to tin building; and Us coiiieiils estimated ;il s;:i.-.ii.tMMj. Mot India goods to the value of SI.nm.oiM are stored in the building, all the i floors being packed to their inn capacity, t niy un- in roe upper uoovs '.Cle bullied, th" others suffered olllv water damage and all is covered by insurance. The building covers about one-third of a block. There was 110 heat ing apparatus in the building and 110th tug which coui.l ecu. rate teat sponta neously among the stores. Fire started n the third tbt.r of the Omaha National Bank Block Friday and for a time threa; oii'l the destruction of the entire build ing. The disiri.-t headquarters and operating-room of the Western Fnion Tele graph Company oc.-upy the sixth llo-.r and the entire force of operators was Jrivei! inio tin street. Ifussda and France Withdraw. A dispatch to tin Pall Mall Gazette, London, from Rome, published Friday afternoon, says that much excitement has been caused there by the .statement freely mail.' in diplomatic circles that Russia and France have withdrawn from the Turkish qusti.n and that efforts an now being made to hold a Furopean con ference, probably at Vienna. NEWS NUGGETS. contro! tin trad.? "S have alfeadv The latest truot will in carpet tacks. Fri been nearly doubl.!. Dr. Herman Ahlwar.lt. the anti-Semitic aieinber of the German Reichstag, has ar rived at New York. Capr. Resser Rodin r. who disappeared from St. Louis on Nov. IS. is at the bead jf :u Americans lighting for Cuban inde pendence. loan anu .......,, . oinj.. .n.r.1 ,., and 70 years, of Jeff.-rsonv ille. Ind.. af ter having been separated by divorce twenty-four years, were remarried. .Mrs. Rosalie B. Addicks will not get a divorce from the Delaware millionaire, the commissioner who heard the evidence having r.'porte.l that it is insufficient. I rederi.-ksburg. Va.. is greatly excited over the lisapea ranee of W. S. Honey, a prominent merchant. He had a Ja'rge sum of money on his person when last seen. Judge Sloan, one of the most prominent farmers and stockmen of Carthage. Mo. committed suicide by taking strv.hnine Sloan had been suffering from insomnia and feared he would be sent to the nsv- lum. 1- The Ieistatic Grind. The Senate plunge. into real business Tuesday. Naturally the President's mes sage attracted the main attention of the day. but aside from ihis there were stir ring resolutions on ihe Monroe doctrine and the Cuban rebellion, and after that the usual deluge of bills and resolutions. The message was given the closest atten- f a not gie MARKET REPORTS. Cligo- -Cuttle. $3.äto ;c; common to prime. hogs, shipping grades. .$0.1)0 $.!.7ö ; sheep, fair to choice. . v'-. . ...I. X- . 10 .?. iieai, Ao. red. ... to coilNo. 'J, '." to m;. to : rye. No. 1. e; oats, No. J, !; 'e to rise- butti er. funded into long-time bonds bearing low rate of interest. Ihe men at the head of Chicago financial institutions agr.t entirely with the President in his main priqiositions on the country's mon etary affairs, and those who differ with the message as to letalis seem to think that the President ditl not go far enough in presenting a plan for the eoiuplet reformation of our system of currency. There is no variance of opinion as to the wisdom of the retirement of the green backs by means of bonds. The A. IL Andrews Company, Chi cago, manufacturer of tine furniture and office lixt tires, and one of the oldest and most extensive in its line in the West, confessed judgment Thursday In the Circuit Court iu favor of the GIoIm Na tional Bank on two notes, aggregating $1T,774. The total indebtttlness of the corporation is said to be alsuit $.''. MX), of which $:r.om is owing to the (Bob.? National Bank. $40,111 11 to the Fnion Na tional Bank ami the remainder is distrib uted among the stockholders of the cnn pany, who have loaned money tv the -or-poration, and various merchants in the lines of business with which Ihe com pany was concerned. It is estimated that the company's assets will largely ex ceed the liabilities and that after all j tions for the present fiscal year amounted to .f llL7ÖN!,::t;4. The estimates for tin fiscal year, 1SU7, are recapitulated by titles as follows, cents emitted: Legislative establishment.. $3.SSD,rSl Rxeeutive establishment. Judicial establishment... Foreign intercourse Military establishment. . Naval establishment. . . . Indian affairs. Pensions Public works. Postal service Miscellaneous. Permanent annual appropria tions . . . . iv,lo.V-l- 141.:y4.57o JS.."74,K!S 5.trJ4,77u rJu.Cta.o.".! cho creamery, 2.':.- to L.V; eggs, fresJi. JIM Ü'Jc; otatoes. per bushel, IS- pi .:room com. common growth to ch. green hurl. LV to 4c per Niunl. liwiaiKdis Cattle, shipping, ..'..IM) to $0 hogs, choice light, $.'.1)0 to $4.1 M': shJ common to prime. $'0O to $::.."m; wb No. 1, ILV to ole; corn. No. I wl l!7c to USe; oats. No. 1 white. 21c to'. Lotiis-Cattl... $.:.lk) to $.-.(M); hogs. $: to $;:.7r: w heat. No. red. ti'j.- to tporn. No. 1 yellow. LMe to LW; oafs, N white, 17c to lSe; rye. No. 1', ;:,. yemnati-Cattle. $.:..!) to$ö.m: h.)j;s $ to $4.IHI; sheep. $L..M) to $.'.70: . AO. . m,- t ,Wc; com. No. 'J id. LDc to :50c; oats. No. 2 miifd. 20e rye, ao. 4ie to 4.1c. troit-Cattle, to $.V'r,: hogs. j 10 .v.ih); Hiit-t-p. $lmh) to $;:.7.i: r, ao. nil, Go,. t ((;,.. ,rtli o w. ! to Life; oats. No. 2 white. 21c 2e: rye. US,- to ;Ke. 02X le.lo -Wheat. No. 2 nil. flic to title; 77U i N. - yellow, 27c to 2Sc; oats, No. sohl Kearso. colored. !ind his --...I mother werf- beaten to death with buggy straps in Colleton County. South Caro lina. Kearse was charged with stealing 1 1 .... iioc anu pulpit liirniture from ... enurcli, and his mother would 11 i convict ner son. Jov. Altgeld issued a requisition for lames Kimbrough. wanted at Vandali.i for robbery and under arrest at St. Louis. The Governor honored a requisition for Harry Lincoln, wanted at Cleveland for stealing a S2(M diamond stud from Samuel Hunkin and under arrest in Chi cago. Obituary: At Des Moines. Iowa, Gen. IM Wright. At Jacksonville. HI., John Robertson. At Hastings. Minn.. Geo. W. Gilkey. 74. -At Philadelphia. Mrs! Margaret C. Agnew. At Jefferson vi lb-, Ind.. Rebecca Howard. 7.. At I...s An geles. Cal.. Prof. M. S. Bebh, of Ro. k- tord. I II. -At Decatur. II!., James Bui lev. Safeblow.us plb-,1 Miltonviile. Kan., systematically Thursday night, blowing ..pen the safes of the Santa Fe and Fnion Pacific Railways and the Alliance Kx hang'. They got nothing from th two latter, but secured everything contained in that of the Santa Fe. The extent of jh.'ir haul, however, is not know 11. Ther is no clew to the robbers. A bad wreck on occurred on the Nor folk and Western Railway, near Funis. 11 l aa. v . la.. Wednesday night, in which inree men were killed, as follows: En gineer Forelincs, Conductor Walter Stra ley, and h colored brakoman. Fireman Gardner was seriously injured. The accident was caused by the breaking in two of a freight train. The rear portion ran into the front section. William Byrd, son of Rev tion. At its conclusion Mr. Lod .Massachusetts, offered a resolution, vig orous in terms, reailirming ihe principles of the Monroe doctrine and presenting them in such form as to p -rmit their en actment as a permanent law rather than an expression of the policy advocated by President Monroe. In the same line was a resolution by Mr. Cull. .111. of Illinois, and another by Mr. Allen, of Nebraska. Th re wer- 272 bills and sixteen reso lutions introduced iu the Senate alto gether, but a large majority of the bills w're reprints ,, measures which failed to pass la-t session. Many of these, as also a large proportion of the new bills, were f.r private purposes. There were also several for the modification of the pension laws. Senators Peff.-r. Stewart, und S.juirc reintroduce.! their bills of last session per!;iitiiii'g to silver coinage. Sen ator Pcttigrew introduced a bill to -s-tablish a uniform s stem of bankruptcy and reintroduced his bill of last session to prevent the extermination of the fur bearing animals of Alaska. Senator Vest ici nt tod 1 n od his I ill of lat session to prohibit monopoly in the transportation d cattle to foi-ejn countries, and als. his bills for the compulsory education of Indian children and the scttb incut of pri vate land claims. Senator Chan. Ih r re introduced his bill for the exclusion of i: i ifii anarchists and als., his bill for ihe regulation of immigration. Senator Frc introduced .1 bill pioviding f"..r the amend ment of the tarii." laws, so as to admit free .f duty all material used in the con struction or e.piipnieut of Vessels built ill the Fnited St-ites. He also presented several other bills for the encouragement of American shipping ami American ship building ami general bills to amend the laws relating to navigation and to pre vent discrimination against American trade. Among the large number of bills offered by Mr. IVffer Poo.. Kan. 1 wer- those limiting the President's term to six ytus without re-e ection. rejea ing all aws permitting the issuance of bonds. the limitation of the power of injunction. I lie uban situation received attention from both tic Florida Senators. The Call resolution and the Monroe doctrine will receive early attention. At the brief executive session the nominations of Mr. Olney as S'-.-rctarv of State and Mr. Harmon as Attorney General were coiiin-nnd. and ihat of Rufus W. Pc k ham to the Suj rente b.-n.-h referred to tin Judiciary Commit tee. In the House a large number of bills and joint resolu tions were introduced, manv of th.-m measures that failed during tin- hist ses sion. J he, session d the House was. how -ctel". Iiru t and consnm..d ....t 1., the reading of the President's mes sage. ii,,s U:is listened to with fair et icntior, but the features of the document received no signs either of approval or disapproval lioni the members until the ton. Iusion of the reading, whet, several Democrats created a slight deinonsra tioil. When it was finished the House immediately adjourned until Friday. The Senate worked Wednesday but most of the business transacted was of a routine character. Mr. Hoar offered a resolution denouncing the recent atro citms in Turkey and assuring the execu tive branch of the cordial indorsement by Congress of a vigorous emirs.. for tin protection of American citizens in Tur key and the suppression of tin barbari ties against. Christianity. The first for mal spc'ch of the session was made bv Mr. .Mien, ol Nebraska, on Cuba and the Monroe doctrine. Mr. Allen urged the recognition of the Cuban insurgents, th annexation of Cuba and a strong for eign policy. The influx of bills contin ued. Among them was one increas:t" an pensions granted under 1 J NM to Th. Ier the act of le session ot the S.ni.. ....... 1 ..: Ihursday. Its only feature bevond the introdudion of a bill by Mr. Chandler tor the tree coinage of silver W l.eti I'n- jrl.-ind. France and Germany enact sim ilar legislation, and a resolution bv Ids colleague. Mr. Gallinger. declaring "it to oe tue sense of the Senate that it unwise and was inexpedient to reti re 1 .1 . ' ' Mciioacks. was a short speech bv 1 a vor 01 the recognition of Cuban revolutionists as belligerents. Mr. the Suspicious. It is a suspicious circumstance tliit th'' German Kaiser iinds it necessarv to make so many speeches to his troops warning them that they must remain faithful to him and tiefend hint against all enemies, domestic or foreign. It is not customary for emperors or kings to make speeches of this kind. Thev usu ally put implicit confidence in the loyal ty of their armies, not less in peace th-ui in war. New York Sun. S. W. He. 2c to 22.-; rye. No. 2. Ii7e to .')? " I Li 4 . . - " cr Meet i, to 54.,.. . ll!),051,H,l) Bffalo-Cattle. $2.50 to $0.00: ho -s 0 to $l.O0; sheep, $2.o0 to $4.00; Grand total $!1S.IH)1.07:1 at, No. 2 red, 07c to 70c; corn, No. Washington dispatch: The eagle bird MJw, iJdc to .He; oats. No. 2 white, of freedom is preparing lo do some ri... it :. ilventit U'l.it o .... net cimiiii. 111- lenu. miuii i?i .11 ie.i. ' v "."Uli o. . Slirillg, t r I I . I 1 . 1 1 Three resolutions of inflammatory tenor'; corn. No. ;t, 2de to 27c; oats. No ' . r ' ' V'J '"i01' of tho ,H W are already before the Senate uih.u alte, lSe to Pdc; barley. No. 2. ÄJc to "' tlK"'t,s, r Angeles. which discussion has already commenced, IT'. No. 1, uic to c; pork, mess. Amlrcw Lan a Hothcred llirycllnt. Andrew Lang has been learning to ride the bicycle, and says: "As far as I have gone bind I hi Hyrd. pastor of the African Methodist I hanks and braes which it was mv futon I.I1ISC0I ! I l'loif..l. ...... ..I... I e . ,1 I ...... .. Illltll- "l , , , ; ,' , . . latany o,. 10 avoiu. cycling is the lon-vst wound,', by Charles Kclton at a social of sh.west ami most circuitous root . 7 Ihe Christian L'ndcavor So.ietv in the twee,. ,. ...... routo The shooting was the result of a om.rre . - " l ' M- 11 t the MlN.ut a sandwich which Kclton ate but refused to pay for. A Missouri man Iris married his Ktio- Jiother. Sin jilted him and married Iiis father several voars jieo Itev. Dr. Josei.h II. .loh the rtMid that bothers nie " I A ( Ml tr. 1 wciiilioiL 1,1 1 t 1 and the steamship I.Htannia hrings ad-O to .00. i v 1 1 o 'oeii uy .lonn ditioual ammunition in the shape of a w Vork-t.'attb, $H 00 to $ö.in)- ho- !ii ! . V"V ,,!,sh1 -he Akron, reply to Swretary Olney's note to lrdO to $4.2.",: sheep, $2.00 to $i.f) J"' 'S ol:,I,;,nv s l,Iau "' fotKVH.V. Salisbury touching the Venezuelan at. No. 2 red, l7e to (We; corn. No. 2 Ib-lgimu has refused to surrender Har- boundary dispute. The Hritiäh (Joveru-to Hoc; oats. No. 2 white .. TY K'issell, the 1 .stothee roblu r and 1.11.1. meiit questions the right of the Fnited er. creamery, loV to 21 Je; eggs. West- ! street jailbreaker, because the crime States to mix in and flatly refuses to 21c to 21c " j Jf w hich he is charged is not in'ntiond iu the extradition Ir. tily Thi and That. Until a woman Is unable to tie a horse, she should talk less about vot ing. A dog will always tight another do tiuieker if it lias a ribbon nrn,i licck. w ,ls A woman rather enjoys an air of authority in a man who is not relaV.l to her. No man has had a real pood time tin es he is so tired next day that he can hardly walk.