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ZIM.Mi:it.MA fc !! I "I'll, Publisher and Prop -c!ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. SEVEN SAILORS DIE. SCHOONER WRECKED OFF MAS SACHUSETTS COAST. Fruitless BfTorts of Life-Savcra-ruli-lishcr Dunlop Must Pay Severe l'cnalty Brighter Itnsincws Outlook -Morgan Syndicate Short o Bonds, Seven Lives Arc Lost. A thr--iiiastcd schooner was wreckeil KuiKlay night half a lnile off Salisbury beach, mar Amoshury. Mass. Tb schooiur. presumably the Florhla. of i;klaml. Mt'.. was driven on tlu bea ch in n h-;'.vy northeast gab. The see. was fo heavy that t launch a sinall lat was out of tin question, yet in the face of this Jeril two of the crew could Ik seen mak inr the attenij . Th- boat was taken up Ly a hiiv'f wave ami tossed beyond their reach. Tiie crew made for the rigging, one. thought to 1 tin captain, lashing himself to the mainmast, where through a glass an hour later lie appeared to be dead. Five of the others took to the iniz xeuiunst. lashing their hodh's t it, while the seventh man lashed himself to the other masr. The Hum Island life-savin:: -row was notified ami drove over the ten miles of rough road in tin lifeboat behind four h.-rses. Soon afterward.' two lodies were washed ashon. and soon after it cleared for a few minutes, when it was t-een that the masts had Ween swept away and the other live had gone down to a watety grave. Morcan Syndicate Short. The Morgan pnI at New York was busy I'riday sellii,' bnds at the market rate of lltVVi. There were reports in Wall Ktreet that Mr. Morgan was als. a huyer of bonds, which was hot unlikely, as they re r'garhl as sure to advance to 12U within a short time. It is said lhat the Morgan people, like many others, have contracts for the delivery of many of the bond, and lind that they are short in the supply ihey expected t gt. Bate ill the day. too. came a report from Washington saying that the Morgan symlh-nte wan only to get .S'wt.i.MMi.iMm of the loan. This was a rreat surprise, as on Wednesday tin general opinion of those who heard the r-aliiig of the bids was that Mr. Mor gan would get at ha-t S5o..hmMnio. and Mr. Morgan reported the treasury hrks had given hi:n S"T. m m h M as his probable allotment. At the subtivasury in New York there was an inrush of gdd for cx nmination. which means that those who are in and above the Morgan bid are placing their gold for safe keeping in the treasury vaults until the arrival of the oliicial notification that bonds have been allotted to them. Turn in the Itusiness Title. II. C Den iV Co.s Weekly BeviVi. of Trade says: "The Wonderful sueeess of the j.:. pular loan alters the face of events. The iulli'.ciire upon all manufacturing and nil trade cannot be lightly estimated. It puts the treasury on a safe basis for the time, whether Cngr'ss Joes anything useful or not. It notifies foreign nations that the I'nited States has power as well :is i m it ose. It unlocks millions of gdI which have been ra there 1 in preparation, brings directly s-veral millions of gold from 1'urojM'. and stimulates the anxnty of foreign investors to obtain America a securities. With such a revolution ia business suddenly effected, the customary rei-ords of the last w--k and month are cf less value than usual.' Cell for Dunlop. Joseph It. Diuilop. publisher of the Chi cago Disput h. was sentenced Saturday by .Fudge Irosseup to pay a line of S2.M0 and serve a term of two years in the doliet penitentiary for the offense of using the I'nited States mails to cinu'ate tin obscene publication. A stay of twenty days was granted, pending an Kppeal to the Suprime ( 'oiirt. BREVITIES. The famous M. iarrahan claim against the I'nit'd States is to Ik revived by cousins of the dead litigant. Pr-silent Cleveland sign'l the Catron nnti-prize light bill Friday afternoon, making it a law in immediate effect. A train on the Bui . Paeilb-. Denver mid iulf, while making the trip around the i-rg"twn loop, near Denver, Colo.. Sunday a fternoou. was blown from the 1r:ick ami all tin pass j)u'crs more ; lss injured. A shift'!!; engine on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway ran into a I'd avenue el trie car at ltankin's Crossing, nine inil.s cast .f Pittsburg. Friday morning, killing ('oiiduetor Y. II. Cooper and fatally in juring .Motornian .I.lin ltiddley. Th.- ac cident was caused by slippery rails. Fred Price, the star center rush f the University of (ieorgia. who left Athens, tilt., s-vcral weeks ago to join the army of Coinex, writes from Binar del Bio of an insurgent victory in which Im partic; patl. but Ines not sc n 1. have a high idea of tin warfare in Cuba. "It is mt half us cxiting or duuero-is as football," In Kays. Price sas he is p-niti;; rf'JI a week in jood American money for Iii work. Friday evening it was supposed Frank II. Speecher had been atta-kel by robbers whih atten.üniT to his duties as h-pot spent at ToI.mIo, iyui). v v. as found lywi;? in his o!!i sciis.-!e-s frnii a blow inflicted with a heavy iron poker. Spee-h-rr, when hv icid, claimed an 'prss lackajre he had just mailt- up. containing $110, had been lake; while h was un eousi ious. Sunday niiit he a; kiewl-d?-l he had struck hiioelf with the jok-r. Speeehei is aiil to bo short about in his iicco'.iu!.. IVtiT It. Atkins, of Mi-.i.lletown, . ., took Maud Kelly, a-.d 'S'., out Irivin Smefay ni-'nt. In t(. darkness Atkins droe off the road into a II .oded meadow. 'Hie wafer was nim feet d.-ep, and tin two ntr.t on tie seit on the waon and fhouted for help for an hour. Tln-y were hetml, but eu!d not bo locall; and iotl Buccumbed to cold and exposure. At Kansas City, Mo.. Iuis Frank, aped 21 years, of espc (able patents, was fthot and fatally wounded by Maud Clif ford in a rao of jealousy. The affray occurred in a restaurant, tv which the woman had followed Frank. EASTERN. An immense mass meeting at New York, presided over by Chauncey M. Pepew, adopted resolutions protesting against the recall of Commander and Mrs. Ilal lington Booth from the command of tho American Salvation Army and asking that the order be reconsidered. Joseph Cook, of Hoston. who recently returned from Australia and Japan, is at the sanitarium, Clifton Springs, N. Y., suffering from an acute form of nervous prostration. He is nearly blind owing to a weakness of the optic nervi. He will be taken to his cottage at Lake Jeorge early in the spring, where it is hoped he will recover. The steamer Sr. Paul, of the Interna tional Navigation Company's line, which went ashore on the sandbar off Long ltranch, was pulled off the bar at 1:1? Tuesday morning. The four tugs suc ceeded, wiih the aid of the kedge anchors, in getting the St. IV. id from the bar. Fifty minutes later the vessel passed the Atlantic highlands, bound for New York under her own steam. Three men were killed by the fail of the Pequaback Iliver bridge, near Ilriston, Conn., during the jfreat storm Thursday night. Tin bodies of the victims wen re covvrcd. There wer' thirteen men n the bridge when it went down. Tin nnm constituted a gang of engineers, mechan ics and labori-rs who wer st vngthening the bridge. whi"h had re-ently been con demned as unsafe. They wer raising a derri k. whi h tin wind toppled over, tin fall of the uerrn k causing the bridge to giv way. The historic First Unitarian Church, on Meeting-House Hill." Dorchester. Mass.. a familiar landmark and the old est church in the district, was destroyd by fire Monday. The loss is csti:uatel at $."','. but this amount is coven-d by insula nee. The most valuable ap purtenanecs of the church, which were kept in the vestry at the rear, were saved. A new organ, pn-scntctl by Deacon Henry Ilumphivy in 1M'J. which was directly alnve the place where the lire started, and the clock and chime f bells in the tower are a total loss. Four firemen were buried by a falling wall, but they wer r seu'l by their mrades. Cyclonic winds and drenching rain swi. the entire North Atlantic coast Thursday. Kuin and death were left in the wake of tin stetm. Fr'iuently a ve locity i( sevnty-iv miles an hour was reaclu'd by th wind. Shipping suffered Mvrely, though the warnings t sailing masters, given in ample time, kept nearly all the vessels in port. To the Imrrors of cydonc and tbol that of lire was addcI at the village of Hound IJrook N. .1.. which has Iwen almost wiped out. While the storm was at its h-ight a gasoline stove exploded in a restaurant ne'ar a lum ber yarl. Water was waist high in tin-stre-t; lire apparatus euhl not be movetl. Communication was quickly cut off and the last word received was from a tch phone subscrib-r who said he was stand ing in thr-e l''-t of WAfer, and that for most d" th pojiuiatiou it was a case of burn to death, drown. r swim out. The dam at Pocahontas Lake broke and all the lower part f Morristown, N. .1., was inundated. Twenty-live persons are miss ing. Their lisappt-aran. e is creating in tense excitement. WESTERN. Thomas ltyan. of l.rt Wayne. Ind., a wholesale dealer in tropical fruit and commission merchant, assigned, with lia bilities estimated at Sl,tHM and assests about $7UO. Dr. Dexter V. Dean, f St. Luis, is confined in tin insane asylum at his own request, his liagnosis that he was suffer ing from paresis proving upon examina tion to be correct. The St. I,ouis Court of Appeals has allirmed tin jmlgnu-nt of .VJ..m awarded Sarah M. Pier- and .lames L Pi-r- against A. It. Carpenter, at Clayton. Mo., recently, ltccause the latter kissed Mrs. Ph'rcc. L-(Jov. Lewelliug. f Wichita, ntithor izel his friends to announce that h will not be a camlidate for Iov-rnor at the coming election. It has been suppsed that he would be a candidate before the lpulist convention. The ship Louis Walsh at Townsend. Wash., from Calla, brought two of the crew, Steward Chase and Cook Mitchell, from the ship Parthia. which was burned at sa several w-'ks ag. miles south west of Juan Fernandez Isla ml. Ollicers raided a counterfeiters lii in an dd farmhouse, seven miles frni ('lln tn. Mo. Due if the gang wh was n guard escape! into a holden clset under tin stairway. The dneers found Jim Harnett molding spurious coin. Jmlge L'gan, of the St. Paul, Minn., District Court, issue d an onb r permitling the r--eivers of the Waiter A. Wols Har vester Company tj make 1i,MM) machines this year. The ass-ts 0f the -ompany ix cel 21,(mnmnn) besb!. the plant and real estate, ami all debts will be paid. A hungry nnl b-stitute prsp-tor, while (basing a 1-t in the hp of se curing a square meal. dis-overel a fabu lously rih ledge in lh Ceorgctown. Mont., district. He is saitl to hav 51. (MK,(MK worth .f g,M in Kiht ami his prospect hole i.-; lowri but ten f'-t. David ouli r, of alley I'alls, Kan., was found guilty in the second degree for tin murder of I'M ward lllstoii near Ty p'ka a fw mouths ago. Iloth were boys. Coulter, who is 11 years ohl, shot Ilbtn, lr.gg'l his boly into a field, stob III stou's wagon ami drove to Valley Falls, twenty-live miles distant. Coulter elaim el the killing was accilcntal. Joe Frh'dmann, l!l years dl, fatally ht his former sweetheart, Julia (biker, wounded his rival and ki!lel himself at St. Paul Monday evening about 11 o'clock. The girl had recently thrown Frmdmann out for a young man nam-d 1 Ir.ff-an. Tin shooting was Jone in a fit of jthusy, Frh'dmann having followed the young couple as they b ft the t beutet- and shot tin-in down Mith hardly u warning. Hungarians ami Pole of Whiting. Ind., engaged in a iit at Joseph Maovitik's saloon Thursday afternoon, which thr-- men were shot ami kil!-l ml two t-eiiou-ly wtiind'd. Many More were in jured in the nn-h'e, but not serious I'louph to require medical - . t'nlan . Tin tnyu bb was the culmination of a race war T long standing between the riva l ra'es etn-pby-l by the Standard Oil Company. (Jen. Benjamin Harrison is no longer a candidate for I he Republican nomination for the Prsilen-y. Captain John K. (lowdy, chairman of the Indiana ltepubli can State Central Committee, called en (Jen. Harrison at ImliannpolU Mondiy evening by invitation, and the ex-President handed him n letter in which he announced that he was not a candidate for the presidency, and expressed, u hh that his name be not presented at the St. Louis convention. An attempt was made to burglariz Hogers .V: Sons' bank in Bedford, a Cleve land suburb, Thursday morning. The front doors of the bank w-re forced open by tools stolen from the Cleveland ami Canton power-house. The safe was drill 1 and a charge f dynamite put in. The explosion blew off the front door f the safe. A fc'-nl charge was put into th middle d- r. The explsiui fail-l to force it off. but wrecked the entire sif. Tin burglars escapl. Joseph IJ. Dunlop, publisher of the Chi cago Dispatch, was convicted Tuesday of sending an obscene publication through the United States mails by a jury in Jiula (Jrusseup's court. This venlict. arrivel at by a jury after four hours of deliberation covering every technical phase of the law and the evidence, elbm-d no b-inoiistration in court. Motion was made for a new trial. Five counts com prised the indictment. Penalty is one month to ten years' iniprisoiinn-nt, and $'27t to .S1.mm fim. Upon a h count. Nine hundred pople checivtl Mayor II a .en S. Pingreeof D-itvit. Mich., to tin echo Thursday night in Central Music Hal!, Chicago, when In declarel boodling aldermen and grabbing . corporations were worse than thieves in the night. Tin sub ject of the lecture was "Municipal He form." Tin gn-ater part d tin auIiuc consisted of law students, for the h-eture was given under the auspices of tin Chi cago Law Students' and Alumni Associa thni. The r-st of the audieio-e included many who are workers lor reform in city politics. Scott Jackson, accused of the murder of IVarl Bryan of tlivn-astb. Ind., has -nfess-d his guilt ami implicates Aloii.o M. Walling. Walling has also confessed to a personal knowllge of the murder of the girl, whose headless eorps was found near Frt Thomas Fr'ulay night. Wall ing trn-s to lay tin whole blame n Ja k so;i. Jackson, on the i-ontrary. while he admits his own guilt, takes pains to im plicate Walling. The sah-I which the murdcrcil wman tod to Cincinnati on Jan. 'SI was shown to Jackson. lie would not admit that tin- head had b--n in tin satchel, but said it looked as if it had b-'ii then-. Jackson mab- his -on-fs:;ion by sinall statemenls. 1I is b stiuate ami male it hecaus' he saw lomls f evidence gatl;-ring arunl him. When hi admit the girl was numb-red he los it as if a third person had commit t-d the crime. Chloroform ami a revolver were tin agents with which Kiehard K lattice, a carpenter of Chi-ago, slew his ntire fam ily of six; then, turning the revolver upon himself. In committed suichh-. Wln-n res idents in the vicinity burst into the home early W-ln'sday morning tln-y found scvrii corpses, and a supernVial examina tion show'l that -ah of Klatlke's vic tims had been shot through tin brain, ami that In himself had lil in a similar manner. N evib-n-e f struggle existiil. ami an empty -hloroform bottle would in dicate use if that :iusthet! befr the shooting. Klattke was IesMiidciit. The members of his family wen -old and hun gry. Sin Christmas In hal been out of wrk and he cnbI his troubles just as relief was in sight. WcIn-slay morning his next-door lmighhor. Aihdoh S-hmilt. allil at the -ottage with tin joyful n-ws that he had found a job for Klattke. At th' same time Mr. Brown rrivl on a similar erraml. They catne too lab', just how much no one knows, for I lie bodies wer hl wln-n diseovcml. Chi-ag is to be invaded by the soldh-r bo a of Dixie laud. narly ö.imm) strug. in'Xt August. Unless plans miscarry. ea h of th!rt--n Southern States will s-nl a train load of its crack military organ izations to t ike part in t In op ning of the Chu-ago-Soutln-rn Slates Fxpositioii. The prsent plans for military fealuivs tin celebration will rival in grandeur all ther attempts in this line, with the possible exceptnui f tin dliatry -er nioiiy of the World's Fair. Military authorities of Illinois have Wen at work for sonn w--ks making the preliminary arrang nu'iits. (lov. Altgehl ami (-n. Wheeler of the I. N. (J. have approve! the plan and the (iovernors ami military men ef the Southern States are enthusiastic over it. Mayor Swift has invit-d the Iovern ors of thirteen Southern States to send liv delegates ea-h to a convention Feb. 10 to pass upon the plans already laid and to arrange further details. It is proposed li make the military fealun-s th most noted lenient f th --lcbratioii. and. from private alvic-s ahvady re 'civet! there seems to be no question of its su cess. Several Stati's have agrcetl to send their quota f trops. SOUTHERN. Dr. Hurst and four friends went on a spree at Hennington (lap, Va.. ami after becoming crazed by drink injecle! mor phine into thinselves. As a rsnlt James Miller is dead ami the other members if the party are in a precarious condition. The Stilson-Collins Jewelry Company. f Atlanta. (Ia., went into the hands of a reci'ived at the suit of the Corham Manu facturing Company f New York. Mo-t-gages aggregating $10K0 were place I n the stock previous to the appointment f A. P. Stwart as receiver. The liabilities are about $."VMMt; assets betwe-ji !?;.", tK and JjUm. Devlpments which came to light show that Lee Sellers, who was lynche! ten y-ars ago at Knoxville, T-nn., for the siippose! inn rdr nnl robbry tf $I,1(M) from l-Mward Mainess, was an innocent man. Lizzie HhUmnn on her deathbed confessed that lk Wright, a notorious character, was the real murderer. He is now being pursued by officers. The Brazos Iliver is rising at Colum bia, Texas. It rose lifte n feet in twenty-six hours, and its eurrnt is etpial to that of a mountain stream. Seven ves sels belonging to the Columbia Trans portat'mn Company were swept away. The river is now out of its banks and is sweeping over the surrounding country. Near Navasota tin Brazos ami Navasota Hi vers have uuitc! ami are twelve miles wide. Mi(s of Santa Fe Kailroad track are submerged. WASHINGTON, Justice Morris, f the District of Co lumbia Court of Appeals, has i r;ded that while intoxication may be a dise.is, yet if it is voluntary and lea!s to commiKio:i of crime it is a crime in itself. The 1-ma nv Committee of the Senate has agrcetl to report for the tariff bill a substitute providing fr the free coinage of silver. The substitute was suggested by Senator Vest and was a g recti t by a majority of one. John Shea, a first-class clerk in the record ami pension division of the War Department, ami n veteran of the late war, committed suicide by shooting him self in the Lend. He was cvideutJy un balanced mentally from a wonnd inflict eft during the war. Washington dispath: The public gets from ..KUXMUXMj to 8-IO, A ,X0 of the SUiO.OUOjNMj of the popular loan, and the Pierrepont Morgan syndicate secures the lemaitnler on a bid of 110.CS77 for JltX), iM,ikmi. Scattering bids were received from banks and investors above that fig ure for about the sum first mentioned. The Morgan bid shuts out the combina tion bidding engineered by John T. Stew art, Kussel! Sage and a half dozen trust eoinpaniea onder their leadership. Nt less than $1L".mm,hm was bid for by these -o:i -erns and their cusbuncrs at the uniform price of ll'UtTÖ. The total num ber f bids was'-I.'Uu, representing a total subscription of .ÖC,o,(Mm.(KH. nt -ouuting a bogus bid of j1(hi.(km.hm from a Michi gan doctor, and another from a Texas humorist for .- 1 ( ;,l M HJ.l m M. T,he net price realized by the t btvcrninent for the whole issue will be very close to per cent. The Morgan bid is fra tional!y aloe that figure about o 7-H. The amazing success of :h' bond issue is still the talk of Washington. As the bids areexainined more closely the greater the s'l 'ss appears to be. A week before Secretary Carlisle wuld have been weli satisl'usl ha! stun n assurtsl an average price f lo:. The loan will a-tually go about two jtoiuts above that pri't. Un official ami approximate figures grade tin bids in the folhtwiug magnificent' column: Premium rate. Amount. I. rM i;:o Kwi 12." r.n ii'i r.o 1lm ,s:.n 1 111 ami l'ra. tions I'.O.S.". us r.o.-M 117 :u;iki 11; and fractions !m;.."(m nr. irjiUHK 114 ami fractions 1."1''.7."m II. 't and fractions 1.0S(".J !.") 111 and fra. tions Io.'.j.VJ.Kmi 111 ami fractions .'! !.77,."Um lb-low 111 ami above 110.i;s77 7. mim Total above the Morgan bid.S.V.y.l'-V.KMj FOREIGN. Tin piide in the Chilian national credit, which was highly iullueiiced by the facil ity with which IL'.imhukM was advanced as account current by the Rothschilds, of London, has received a lamentable fall, it has In en found that the loan will ost Chili per cent in interest, while a t'er mau symlicate offered to lend the (Jov crnment more than H ;,t m m . m m at -I per cent, free f all charge. A dispatch to the St. James fla.etle, London, from Washington says the cor respondent of that paper has the highest authority for announcing that tin entente between Hussia and Turkey is known at the State Department ami that it has had a most important efi'e t in modifying the plan the atlmiuistralioii had prepared t compel Turkey to pay an indemnity for the damage lone to American property in A rnu-nia. The Ciiin-se ( Ivernin-nt has at length turm tl its attention to the construction o! railroals. and. accnling to Unit-1 States Minister Denby, has appointed Chii-Aln-n. a irovinial jmlge, to superintend the building d' a railroad from Tien-Tsin to Lu KtU bridge, eight illih'S w-st of Pekiu. which is as near tin sa rel precincts of ryalty as Chinese etiquette will permit the road to approach at present. The ost of tin seventy miles of road is esti mated at !? J.( KM M M ami is to be finished in one year. The leeret ordering the work also r'iuins Chinese merchants to form stock companies to build other rail roads, for th lo vei nmeii t is determined t exclude foreign capital and foreign ontrol for I he roads. Aecrling to rumors in Cuban ami Spanish circles, the Neptuno, now in dry lo. k at Perth Ainboy, N. J., the Narino. which is being transformed into a gunboat, ami oth-r steamers which have been men tioned in -nnection with expeditions to Cuba. ar not being fitted out by the Cu ban junta at all, but by the New York sugar merchants. Several months ago the rumor was spread that a syndicate had furnished ..7J J M to help Couick in his scheme of burning plantations for the pur pose of creating a bua in sugar. It is ntv rumored that Horatio S. Hubens, or.nsel for the Cuban revolutinaiy par ty, is in Washington. lobbying not only for tin junta, but fr the sugar pe as well. The rumored plan is a -Ievcr one. It appears that it contemplates building vessels so well 'piipped that they could capture the ports of Cuba. Of course this work will be doli- in oiinecti.m with the junta. It wotihl take a large lice! to carry out the plans, as the Spanish (lovcrnment has now ver tifiy ships to prt(ct the dilTerent parts of the island. MARKET REPORTS. Chicago Cattle, common to prime. .'.."iO to K; Logs, shipping grades, .;'.H to SI.ÖO; sheej.. lair to hohe. L'.r.O t .!.(; wheat. N. - .!, (',". to O ; cru. No. U. 'J7e to 'Sir; :tts. No. L Tdc to IMe; ry-. No. IT, Ud- to tie; butter, hol' reamery, 17c t VA", eggs, fresh, 1-c to 1 Ic; iotalot s, per bushel. ISc to 'Sw. broom corn, l!c t -le per pound for poor to elmico. IndianaiMdis Cattle, shipping. $'.M to ?l.Tr; hogs, choice light, :A to ?I.ö: sheep, common to prime. $'J.OO lo .?.7Ö: wheat, N. li. ('' t tiS-; -oru. No. 1 white, 7e o l!Se; oats, No. 1 white, Ü-V-to I'b-. St. Louis -Cattle, ...Ml lo $.".00; hogs. S;t.-N) to Jt.;.0; wh.at, N. U rl. 74e t 7('c; corn, Nt. H yellow, L'lte to 27c: tats. No. 2 while, llh- lo 20c: rye, No. 2, 'ISc to 40'. Cineiueati-Cattle, S?o.00 to $1.73; hogs, $:...M 1. $1.50; sheep. $2.00 to $1.(K; wheat. No. 2, 7ö- t 77c; corn. No. 2 mixed. 2tc lo .".Ic; natu. No. 2 mixed, 22c to 2o ; rye, Nt. 2, 4.'Jc to 47h: Detroit Cattle, $2.00 to .fö.OO; bogs. $:?.00 to $1.50; sln-ep, $2.00 to $l.O0; wheat, No. 2 r'l. 74c to 7c; corn. No. 2 yellow. 2Se to Lite; oats, No. 2 white, 22c to 'Sr; re. :;!lc to -lie. T.leb --Wheat. No. 2 red. 74e to 75-; corn. . 2 yellow. 27c to 20c; oats. No. 2 while. 21c to 2::-: ry. No. 2, 11c t 42c; clover seel. 5"4.15 t $1.40. Mile.anket Wheat. N. 2 spring, C2-- to ole; corn. No. .'. 27c to 28c; tats, N. 2 white. 20c to 2le; barley. No. 2. :52c t .V.c; rye, N. 2. He to -12c: pork, mess, iflO.OO In $10.50. Buffalo-Cattle, $2.50 to $5.25; hogs, $,;.(K to $4.75; sheep, $2.50 to $575; wheat, No. 2 rel. 7Sc to 7'dc; corn. No. 2 yellow, .T-V to ThIc; oats. No. 2 white, 2I- to 2."'. New York-Cat tie. $3.00 to $5.25; hogs, $:UK) to $5.00; sheep. $2.00 to $4.25; wheat, No. 2 red, 81c to 82c; com, No. 2, Cfic to öSc; oats, No. 2 white, 25c to 2(c; butter, crJmery, 15c to 19c; eggs, West ern, lie to IGc. w it i? th D rr i i) t Tnnij RESTRICTS PASSAGE Ob AMERN CAN DISPATCH BOAT. Refers to Agreement of the Six Powers ltcprcftcntati ves Barrett and Tal lcrt Have a Wordy IJout-W. II. lln glish of Indiana Is Dead. Why the Stil tan Demurs. In reganl to the r tuest of Minist-r Terndl lhat the l'nit'd States legation l.o all-t.ved a second lispatch-boat for it' p rvit-, the Turkish (Jov-runent -onTeiids that as the jassage f tl e Straits of tl v Dardanelles was r-gu!atel by an agree ment between the six powers, the I'nileil St:itvs must aiiily to them for the neces sary permission, as sin- is not a party to the treaty of Baris. On behalf of the Cnited States, it is understood, the eon tMition is made that th n gulatious do not apply to the I'nited States, ami that she -o!is:ders the Straits of the Dardanelles to be open waters. It is state. in weil- infoiiiicd citvh-s that the reason for the IVu-te's h'siiation to grant th' repmst of Mr. Terndl is tin- oppo;um of Bnssia to the reust d' the I'nited States for the passage f an extra guanl-hip through tin- straits. Money for Coast Defenses. In response to a resolution f inquiry the secretary of war has sent to the S l ale a statement of the amount of money which could be used advantageously in coast defenses. He says that $25 178. SlO couM be so used by the lepartim'üt prior to duly 1. 1S07. of which amount JM,722,000 shouhl be made available dur iiv;: the present fiscal year. He rem-nu-nds that $15.N7.00 be lesignate! fr fort iliccj ions. ?1.(kki.hmi for sites. .2. 5ki.inhi for submarine lefeiises. .-;.:;i(;.-St'iO fur guns, mortar projectiles, et. The spcial advantag- f the increased ap propriations as enumeraied by the sec retary are: The utiiizatin of the army gun factory to its full capacity; the more rapitl armament of our fortifications: the addition of twelve mortars ami carriages to those already estiina!-! for; the pur chase of an additional 5o deck-piercing shells ami supply of heavy material for siege service. Discovers His Sister. William .1. Custi-r. of Kansas City. Mo., a near relativ- of (!n. b-oti-e A. Cus ter, wto was killed in tin Little Big Horn inassa-r. rccived a letter from hU sis ter. Amanda Custer, of Sloctim, Pa., whom he had nt h-ard from for twenty one years. In 1ST! Custer was a member of a Wilkesbarre, Pa.. vliu:t-er company raisd to put down the Molly Maguires. After th- Mollies were lisi'rs'l. lu fear 1 b-atli at tin ir hands and secretly l-ft the State. Sin-- then h- has been unable to find tra-e of his r-latives. Cu.-tei- was the victim of a highway rbbTy re;ently. and the publication .f the alTair l-d to hi good fortune. Warm Words in tiie House. Tin Hoiis of Iepr's'ntativ-s I'riday suddenly h'camc involved in a bitter -oii-trovj-rsy. It sirang from remarks mad by Mr. Talbert i Dem. I. of South Carolina, in lefoiise of se:esini. which Mr. Bar rett ilicp.t, d' Massachusetts, inicrpr;! as tr-asoi:able. He had the speaker's words taken down and tfered a r'so'utioii of -nsure. After a wrangh' and some explanations Mr. Dal-ll. f Pnusy!va nia. moved to ref-r the Barrett resolut;. n to t he ( 'oiniiiit lee on .1 udicipry. T f- wa arriel by a v.t' of 15! to -II. This is umbrsiood lo mean that no mtiv will b taken of I he ma I er. Mniinix on Spain's Blacklist. William I'. Mannix. an American n ws paper correspondent in Cuba, has be-n onlered by the authorities to leave the isl and. He wrot a private b-tt to the Washiiigtitn livening Star, in which he saitl he had been informed II at he . blacklistc! at the palace at y.nvana .".t!l any unire sid; trips would be :e cause of his being invited to leave. Tin State Department has not yet been informed the intention of the Spanish oitieials to -xp-I Mannix. but it has been known that his vigorous I'tt-rs have prov! tbje littuabh to the Spanish authorities. Death of W. I!. Bullish. Wilii.-im II. Cnulish, of Indianapolis, b cb'.nl. Mr. Kuli'l'. ha-l b- n ill for two w" Un. and all hop" of his it-jvery va given e.t a few !a s :tgo. wlien his hear! betrau to i!-oub!e him. I'ivei tl.at time he sank r ipidly until e;ith !id d hi t isei;ee I'ridey. IJEWG NUGGETS. The Cairo ii ant i pi.e lirlit bill. !i:i. was adi'pietl by t ' House, p issed liu Sctiat'. und oti! ueeds the Presidt ni's sign.ituie to be -ine a law. Obituary: At Baltim n-e. Br'g.'dier J Mi ral Join A. Uibbou. P. S. A., retired. !'!. --At New York. Marry llow;u.. i!ic last .-arvi ii.g chi-f of I. sham's volunteer lire b'.:ti tuu-ni. 71. At l.omion, Henry I. I.sIm, th composer. T.'l. At Paris. M. Marius, the I'lvm-h actor. At Indian apolis, .lohn Trr-n- , the bles rail way mail clerk in the country, r.7. At Hot Springs, Ar1.;., ('apt. I. H. Wash burne. The Santa IV (impauy, pursuing its poliey of retrenchment, discharged .".00 nu n eiuplowd in its Tpt-ka. Kan., shops. Of thes- 1," wert t iiiplo.-d ,:n the repair shps, wlnTe a lar-: fr-e has been bus for tsom nionJhs getting rolling stock in .rler to move the '.v; coin crop. The Inals of tin- various depai imeuts in tin Santa Pe shops at Kansas Ciiy rcelvel uoti-' of ;. cut of lO pr nt. in their wages. So far as ktiotrn mi men ;tr' ti lismisse! from the shops. At Perry. O. T., Kev. .T. M. Tan I I.e., frmerly presiding -hier of the Methodist Church at Coini:t.n. Ky.. has sued bis if Salli C. T.i ul bee. for Iii rc'. Ib-v. Mr. Taulbee charges th' tlefemiaut with neglecting him in that she gave wine lin ihTs to other men in his absence. He also charges her with sei I in.-: :i1 property ami running away with another man. Mine, l'leanoru Duse. (he Italian ac tress, while she has- no objection to Amer ican dollar:;, lislikes America ex 'ediiulv, especially Chi-ag. which city has been omitted from her piesent loin by her own nquest. Advies from Blantyre, under la( tf .Ian. 25, says lhat the Sikhs umler Brit ish "dlicers have gainel two brilliant vic tris over the slave traders in British Central Anieri-n. The Arabs, it is adled. we-e completely routetl, fourteen chiefs were captured, ami the road into the in terior was thereby cleared. NATIONAL SOLOXS. REVIEW OF THEIR WORK AT WASHINGTON. Detailed Proceeding's of Senate and Hollge Hill l'uKtscd or Intrdnccl in Either Brunch Oucttt ion of Mti tuent tt the Country at I.ars?. The Legislative Grind. The Senate Satunlay 1 i. :..i'e n the silver bond ill and pas-I ma ure by a vote of 42 to .'55. The IIve.se l';d milling of i:inort:inee. The 1 1 ott si -pent the ::':.-' 1 y Monday üseussing a scries of am-ndments to strike fr .m the D'.stri.-t of Co::;:;b:a ap-p.-opriatin bill eight a i-.p-pr:.i,i'::s aggre .'atiiii: S.'it.iMKi for t.e main:e:;ance of destitute women and children varius private and sectarian chariTable institu tions in tin Iiistrict. Pr -sid-at "..-velaiu! s-:!t to Congress a rennest lov m appro pria'ioii for some of the Italian victims of t!:e VaNen'urg riots in C '. ra !. '. Tho Senate i;d notjjing of imp '.'..; The behitcd House tariff b.'.l e:i. rged from tl.e rin.iiice Coinuii't i u Sen ate Tuesday, and it had a fre-'-siivi r sub stitute attached, by a maj"ri;-" import "f o:i- in committee. No dc:u::-' rc ti m w;;s takiii. Minor business ".is r.i:i.;-t-l in the House, jrnd the balan e '.' :h sio;i w:'S levote! to heat""'. '!". foversV iver :tppr.prlatioiis for ;.;:v.i ' .i::d s -tarian charitabb iustituti":is ti.e 1);--tri t if Columbia. The Senate spent Wedn. 1. y i:i frtiit-h-ss tb bate up us the tariff-silver " ";!. In tin- IIous. D.degat Catro -. N. M.i intro luced a bill to prevent the ; ii'.:-tic fe.- t tival Iroin taking pla - ne::r i.: l is t. ami the tm-asun was rushed throuuh w itho-.it division. Tin bill makes prize li-iiilng a misdemeanor, punishable '. imprison ment for not b-ss than v..;-. Mr. Catron asked for unanimous m f. r eonsith-ratioii, but Mr. Knox ill -p.. M;i. dtjected and the bill wa r.:.rr-d. bat suhsejuent !y was taken u: a:: 1 p.issod. Tin? measure also prohibits 'n -ill -ights. .The House also began its de'ni'e on the S'-nate fre--coinau- bond bill. Tin- Catron anti-prize ti -g i . hi'.'. pasel tin S'iiate Thursday. The !,m i .cinic-i execulive from the moinev. ; -;neI by th' Pr'si.b'iit, and a!i pers ..r-s nn:-t at their peril take cognizance :' its en actment. The Senate fr -oi:: :e s:il- slitllle for the House boti 1 '!;', was dc-bit-d l:v' hours in the H-. w t!ie af ternoon ami for three hours a ' ie i ; i: ! t session. N-vTt In-less the ;.::;,. troui nn-mbers for time to irese:it 'heir iews is so great that it seems . 1. e now that the lebate may contii: :t- indefinitely. Tin' House I'riday was i i epr.-jir most of the time be ause .; i til" i.etw :i Talbert of South Carolina an i Barr'tt . f Massachusetts, over the t'-ir:u-r"s b-fense of se'SMo:.. .V reslui tiu :::! fail- d of ab-ption. 2(o to 71. ': h ' eel bid 1 bate consumed the eve:!::i; The Senat' hose Mr. 1'rye p:-es: ! :. -.jm tem. ainl t.issed a bill opening : ; : res ervatioiis of Cdrado f-.r '':! ! ui -n of mining claims. A ivsolut-o;' !!'. i-.-.l ,y Mr. Stewart was agreed : e.i:;::- ,,;i the S- reiary f the Tr-asury !: :::: ; i : :i T i -it as to the estimated imwv in r .nu- if the pending; tarifl bill 1 n. ' ( .v. and what the lut.v on wool per .;:.! vuhl b under the law haed o:; in-e'cut market ri-ef wool. Tic res. '.-. lo; con tetuplating a nform in li.reili:i' ajpr -priatioii bills by list rÜM-.: i:: z !:! .: a;;io:?.; tin- several committees was f,.r r.-i.ort next Ib'cember. S'-n Ce t !.'...iini d nurd Monday. LAND DEFENSES MOST NEEDED. Admiral Walker (.lives Bis Views to the Bouse Committee. Admiral Walker appeared bi t' ire the Committee n Coast Defenses in Wash ington and mad' an exhaustiv - -tatem i;t ui the subject of coast defenses from a. naval point of view. The admiral stated that while f course h advocates the construction f a thoroughly eifective naval for-e he fully recognizes :!. abso lute m-cessity of land lcfeiis.s. H- !: silers n form f lef use to bi :!:e com plemeut of the oilier ami both i -.v.-es-ary as cavalry ami artillery ale : army. He Iceins the land tiefendes ' a ne cessity as a means of pr e. :; ;: t. the country by leaving the navy !': t ep erat' oi:tih. ami afford in.: .ife places of refuge in -as of the naval cs being ormatchcd by a super;" :!-et ,.f an enemy, also to afford the nc .:: of repair ing tlamages. and obtaining s '.-e iies and coal under the shelter and pr ' 1 1 1 1 f the fo!ts. He staled that witlm--" ! ,- and lefcnsi's oiir lockyards eouid ;ej rot cd .-".id our sh'is pursued into p r: ;;el anni hi!atl by a superior t'e-t. lb- alvo ;'.les the huihling of bat 'le-li';.s rather tlu'.n harbr b-f-ns v'ses as ,. ter :ibiptel fr general pr.rp s f attrnk and lefense. RATES FOR SLEEPING CARS. Oiietion Bp Auaiti liefere a Sub-Coin inittee of the House. Th ejuestioii of lakin-r s:c'i ; . w :i ;-i I r din ing the rates charged ' y s':.'ej;ng asnl palat car companies was thri!e. or by a sub- iminit !' of th- i:.i:.;:!i "'e.ivi Citinmitt- n Comiuerc. A ititro luc'tl by Mr. Corliss of Michigan was before the committee, but -if r a long e bate it was le-':lel to strike ui ali af r the tir-t sect'u.n of the bill ami report tli;:t s.ciion t( the full committee for -i:sid cratioii. Tin first section proposes to ex tend th- interstate ciuunu -rce law s as to intbide sleeping or puhn cars . jerate.l by common -arriers engaged in inttrstato coinim 1 ee. Notes of Current bveuts. .ludge .losiali W. Wright dropped dva,l at PriiM !!!. N. .!.. while on h: ay lo Trent in. Il- was ON years of age. W. C. Bailey, of Minneapolis, h .s be'n lejtetl president f th Nor! Is wesiei 1. Hardwood Luiubermi'ii's Ass . ;;j :(,:,, lr. daiin-s A. Beasley, ag I TO :;rs. a wealthy planter 'f lluntsvilie. Al.s.. lied at l.a ti range, Tenn., where !; was C.s iting a son. Col. David S. Turner. agcl 5.2 year., veteran luHng th lat war. ami grand father of Prof. N. L. Britto, of t'olmu. bia Collge. New Yrk, lied at New Dorp, Staten lslaml. llany Hayvanl's premised nossages sifter death hae not b-en re;eivcd, anl ; Minnsttii paper surmises that bis who has b en groumb-l somewhere. We would rather b-t that it is burned out. The Italian warship Christopher Colum bo, having on boanl the Iuke of Arbuzzi, nepliew tt the King of Italy, arrived at San Francisco from the North. The war ehip will remain there several week.