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MEMPHIS PUBLISHING CO. M KM I 'HIS, - - - MISSOURI. MANY DAYS ADRIFT. HARROWING EXPERIENCE OCEAN VOYAGERS. OF N-urM- righting for I nod i . bMSSt n Triumphant in .'urn moil Ion v er S4 Oik ' itMnk AaaAgm IMMrer uil Cutthroat Mr CM Off tin- rial for in. Tolil I ii l ew Woi-iJm. The steamer Montevldean, Captain Calvert from Montreal, towed to anchor- axe In tin; barbor ai Queenstown varly j Friday morning the steamer Sarnia, vetch j a be picked up adrift in mid ocean Ail the j pas -eugi-rs aboard the San, in are well und tee cattle an-, uninjured Iba Sarnia ailed from Montreal on July 2ft On Aes. I 4 she brr.ke her thrust shaft All efforts to repair the il :irn ut;'' were fruitless, and for twenty-two days the vessel drifted helpleaaly. As the weather remained calm the passengers experienced little physical Incon ven lenee, although they .suffered keen anxiety after two weeks bad passed with- ; out the eight of sail u Aug 25 the j Moatevidean was sighted She took ibe , Harnia In tow about I.OOfl utiles from Cork. The rest of the voyage was uneventful I The negroes driven to Port Royal. 6a., by a storm from the surrounding Islands j and the rice and cotton plantation are so destitute and so badly In need of sotne- ! thin,' to eat that they nave begun fighting j among themselves for food. Several have been killed In a fight for prot Isloas. Those who are not given immediate relief become rebellious, and it s a difficult task t keep the sufferers in subjection. A- soon as one negro jrets some supplies ho is attacked : for his -haie, and considerable food has been wasted by these battles Mr. Gladstone a Ion home-role fight in the British House of Commons Is ended. The. hill was passed at. a late hour ' Friday night by :i0 1 to 287. It was hurried , to the Mouse of Lords, which gave the j first reading and adjourned. there was unusual animation along the route from Mr. Gladstone's residence to the House of Commons in the afternoon. I be j streets were crowded with people who wished to catch a glimpse of tho t;reat champion of Irish home rule, and al -though there was no organized demonstra tion, the Prime Minister was cheered throughout the route. At Mr. Gladstone's residence two policemen bad been sta tinned at t lie door to keep. back the crowd that, packed the sidewalk- and escort Mr. liladstone to his carriage, and an extra force of lolicemeu wa-on duty along the route to prevent the people from Interfer ing with traffic A torlel dispatch was received at Gtttbrle, k . from IngalK ok., on 1'rlday -tatlng that a force of Deputy United States Marshals had a battle on Friday with the remnants of the Starr and Balton desperadoes whhrh recently Joined forces, in the battle which took place I deputy Marshal Lafe Shad ley and two others were mortally wounded. Seven f the desperadoes were wounded, four of them fatally. The' detail of the battle aro not given. At Cincinnati a horse ear was struck by a passenger train on the His; Four Rail road. The pilot of the engine struck tiie two horses and cat otf tb:' front platform of the car as If had been done with a knife lohn Mulboiland, the driver, was thrown to the ground and almost Instantly killed, i None of the passengers was injured, as the i ar did not leave the track. -The Heaver, CoL. Savings Bank, with a capital of 1360.009, assigned anil will ! liquidate. The International Trust Com pany. Of Denver, Is the assignee. The lia- I bllttles aro $670,000, and the as-ets are j 120,000, consisting of jU'i.i) cash and C$00. 000 note- and securities which are perfectly good, hut cannot be realized upon on account of the present lepre-slon Since the middle of July, when the trouble In banking circles began there, there ha- been a steady withdrawal With few deposits ! he director- and StiHkbold erS are prominent and wealthy men. and the depositor- w ill he paid In full. tiov. Matthews of Indiana ordered troops out to pupuress prize-fighting at Koby. I. icut Samuel llobertsnn, I S. A . look an overdose of brou ide and chloral to steadj hi- nerves at Forth Worth. Texas, and was found dead the nexl morning. L V. Par,., edit, r of the Joliet (111. i Dally 'limes, failing to get Mayor 11 irv ll. St a- -e i io sign pa 'lined to 1 e one hi lias begun suit against u ,i irani m for cij the Mayo irruption rot pri in it in: i iu- nee court, anegini; corruption an i mal feasance in office. Obituary Ai Hurling! in. Iowa. I'. 1. I i t erkircher, aed ii : t I'adonia. Kan., Mrs F.I len Palmer Allertoti the Kansas poet t Paris, Lucj M Hooper, wife ol Vice Consul General Hooper It 1- now believed that a thousand lives were lost in t be storm along the South Carolina coast Xearlj f ur hundred bodies have already been recovered. The lamage to i roperty is estimated at $2.iV;i, 00U There are r, 000 people on the sea islands left destitute, their crops and pro v i-i ii having been washed away, and tiov. Tillman has issued a proclamation calling for aid for them. V P Todd and others, of Denver, have sued tiie llchlcn Smelting Company to fore close a mortgage for SI 43,000, The total Indebtenness against the company's prop erty will reach 500.003. A special telegram from London says the Equitable Mortgage Company of New York has failed The report Is confirmed nt the office of the company in New , ork Philander Mouiton. a i romlnent eitl ten of Greensburg. Ind . has been arrested for emberilement on charges preferred by a life insurance company. Michael Ctteason. one of the best-known porting men of Boston, died at the South Boston Insane asy lum Patrick J Maloney. while engaged In adrunkea fight In St. Louis, was shot and killed by tifficer John .1 Lyons, At St Lou - Alonro i lark, a ra "e-horse-owner, after shootin? and danger ously Woun hug hi wife, committed su -c id A ho business ort on of DePauw, Intl. was burned t be loss Is estimated at $10. 100, with small Insurance- Only one I usi- , house !- lefl -tan. ling. While undergoing a surgical operatl in Norwalk. Ohio. Mrs B F. i&atber, aged led from the elfei t- f ansmtbetlcs it t wreckli - of a Gulf. C 1 rado nta Fe train on a burning bridge, 'en ham, Texas, Engl ieer Swanson d and t he t rain I u roed. CRIME AND CASUALTY. Three men Injured in the St. Louis Chicago and St. Paul wreck at Kiehl sta tion on .July 25 have commenced suit- for persona damage aggregating ?l.ooo. Charles High ley, a hotel-keeper of se d a, la. Ma, ha-, been arrested in an adjoin ing village charged with forgery. Richard Wood, one of the three men Injured while sliding down Pike's Peak on ' a toboggan, is dead The other- will re cover. j A local cyclonic storm blew down a sn ail churcb on Stratton's ranch, four miles from Cleburne. Texas, and wounding : twentyene persons, broken limbs being i the most serious injuries. A hurricane swept ever Savannah, Ga., lining heavy damage to property and caus ing great loss of life l our persons were killed and 100 hou-es blown down liy a cyclone which swept Kernesville, N. C. While leading an attack on a non union crew at Detroit, Delegate O'Brien was shot and killed by I aptain William Lean on. At Fresno, Cal, ll 8. Heath, charged with murdering McWhirter, on whose t-rst trial the jury disagreed, was released on ball of $150,000. One more name has been added to the death toll of those killed In tho wreck on the Lon. Island Road. August .Tacobson, a custom tailor of New Vork City, having died In St .John's Hospital Of the twenty persons, on the vessels Panther and I. ek-ny Valley, lost off Long Island, only three were saved. It is thought the number of persons who perished In the hurricane on the At lantic coast will exceed a hundred -Michael Riordan wa- probably fatally injured whil" making a parachute jump from a balloon at Peoria A high wind wa- blowing at the time and lie was dashed against a building In his descent. Five men he'd up a Northern Pacific train near Livingston. .Mont,, and robbed the passengers of their cash and Jewelry. They were unable to get into tic: ex press safe, as the messenger did not have the com bin at ion of the lock. General J. A. Underwood, of Rice County, Kan. was killed at Frederick while attempting to cross a railroad track. Frank Bruce lias been identified at Terre Haute. Ind., as the perpetrator of a robbery for which another is Imprisoned, j Governor Boies has taken a hand in the search for the murderer of Mi-s Anna I Wlese, at New Marsh all town. William Newby or Daniel Benton, con victed of pen-ion fraud at Springfield, has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment at Chester. His counsel will appeal to the United States Supreme Court. Indianapolis thieves stole a safe con taining SJtiOM under the nose of a policeman, who thought tho wagon a baker's cart. Guetave Schartf, who murdered his j wife and steddaughter at Milwaukee and threw their bodies Into the river, has been sentenced to life imprisonment at W'aupun penitentiary. Henry S. Butler, his. wife, and aunt. Mrs. Anna Thomas, while on thiir way from Zanosvillo. Ohio, to Martin's Ferry in a wagon, were caught in a storm. The women took shelter under a bridge while Mr. Butler looked after tiie team, t.eorge McMaaaway and William Banard came along. Th -v were drunk and Banard as saulted Mrs. Butler. The other woman ran for Mr. Butler, who tried to persuade the men to depart. He hitched up his team to leave, but the men cut the harne-s to pieces, Butler got a revolver from a trunk In the wagon and shot McManaway in the thigh and Banard in the breast near the shoulder. --(leorgo Fosse, believed to he one of a gang of counterfeiters, has been arrested at Jefferson viile. Ind. Seventy bodies of victims of the storm were taken from the Coosa W River in South v a ron n a j - During the recent storm the Hamilton j J. Mill- sunk when twenty-five miles off Charlotte, in bake Ontario, and the cook and two seamen were drowned. The Jennie j Matthews i- supposed to have foundered with her crew of -even The William ' Wheeler wa- wrecko 1. but the crew was saved. AH three boats belonged to the lieorge Hall Coal Company of Ogdeasburg. ! 'I he .1. U Bullock, of Port Hope, and the j Singapore. of Kingston, were driven ; ashore, but their ciew- are safe. j The body of a man about 50 years old, supposed to in that of Richard I. either, of Chicago, wa- found at St. louIs. A bos of rough on tats was round near the Dociy. THE FIRE KlCORD. The railroad depot at Rod Colo, was destroyed by fire, about $4,000. The remains of an .- prings. Damage, Utl kilo 11 man were found in the rains. - George I'.. Thompson, one of the pi neet w . i -and of hoyenue, a helpless ut nod to death by a lump I'tting toe to his bod. paralv 1 1c, explod i g I Hlinka & Sackla's sash and tory at 1'orty-n nth and Paul Chicago, was destroyed iy iir. door fac ia streets . causing a ihe dames aloou and and ca used j li -s of s . .'. u'i to be ov, net spread to Ant m Sdlnski dwelling :i 4 Paulina stri $1,000 damages Fire broke out at Moberly. Mo . in ind uppe s before 0-cent -tore the 'lames were go; under control that buildin get her witn Adams' drug -tore, the to-Mo- herly Lxcelsior Business College, Knights of Pythias Hall. Merck's grocery -tore. Baker. Waldon & Co. '- furniture store aud Hutchinson's grocery store, was destroyed. It Is estimated the loss will reach 60,0" and the insurance about two-third of that amount. The hotel and depot a- Rockaway Reach were destroyed Several persons were hurt in trviug to get out The Lindsay I Lock ia Mil wan. four s: iia m a g iry structure, was burnt 1- estimated at S1TT.000. d. The PERSONAL MENTION. James A vars, President of the Chicago Fire Underwriters' Association, died sud denly at Devil's Lake. Wis. Obituary: At Bed Bank. N .! . Angelo Torrianl. the opera conductor, aged U: at Lansing, Mich . ex-United -tates Mar shal William Van Buren. aged 51; at Bur lington, Iowa. James Findlay, of Mon mouth. Ll. ; at Jacksonville, ill. Mrs. S;la Terry. Mr-. B. IV she; herd. ;n w n N-- ti tl Yor stage as Mar ie Prescott, died a from a surgical operation Judge ileorge 11 Ketteile. of the Sup -rior ( our, of Chicago, died Wednesday n, :;i. ug of consumption of the bowels. Hi- death was not unexpected, for the Judge's constitution had been undermined and he had been ailing f. r m nths His ud v. as like life, pea s eonsc! ful in the ea ts to the last, j e wa- attacked 1 tr :..e. ami he was Late li -t year a udg ivetti by i sci ere case ol : he lo UTe tenaciously. V ering - ifficientlj to atte t he 1 each, he w., f. rce '.lie old criminal build grip, w hi 'h clung tally . after reco - , 1 I to hi- duties 1 n j to bold court 1 ug on the Noit Side, which was full of odors and draughts, It was lu re that the foundation was laid ; for the disorders which tiuaily carried i Litn off. FROM WASHINGTON. With the exception t a fe Intended to -top filibustering, th norted bv the I'ouse commitle :h n.:es rule- re are tie same as those of the last Congress. By a vote of 240 t 109 the Houe passed the Wilson bill, aft- r defeating propositions for free silver coinage at au increased ratio The official count of cash in the United States Treasury, necessitated by the trans fer of the office of United States Treasurer from E. H. Nebeker to IX W. Morgan, was completed, and Treasurer Morgan sizned a receipt for 1740, sit.411. 7ft-. The count was begun on May :;i FOREIGN. --The negotiations between M. de Vilers, the French special envoy, and the Siamese government for the settlement of the lanco- Siamese dispute are at a complete -tand-tlll. It i- stat. ,t should Siam conce ie the demand- now made upon her by M. de Vilers her commerce would !) completely ruined. I Austria's wheat yield will be about j ! 14,009,000 meter centners, according to an ; i official report, while India's will he hut . ?,:36.000 tons. The Hungarian Minister of Azricul- I i ture estimates the wheat crop of toe world ' at 2. 279, 00, 000 bushels, against the official I average for the !a-t ten year- of ,.-o.no ;,- ! 000 bushels. The product of the In ited j States is estimated at 397,'JSO.OOO Dusbels. a i surplus of 69. als, 000 bushels. I In order t' i e xercise ; upon the Siamese govern t ; compliance with their la g rea t er pri ssure eni to cm ipel a est demands, the j French are threatening a return of the'r i gunboat-. The foreign residents are loud in their indignation at the policy pursued i by the French government. A report re- ; ceived to the effect that the rrcnen tire fortifying Chantilun tend- to increase the ! anxiety with which the situation is viewed i i In Bangkok. j Britons are alarmed at th- likelihood of a French protectorate over siam and will make a protest Many were wounded in rloi- a. Mad rid, which started in a conceit ball. 3 he troop- were called out Two hundred persons were made home less by a fire at Paris, which destroyed property valued at 2,000. una francs. The Pesther Lloyd reports a change im minent in t lie Bavarian Legislature which will Involve the proclaiming of Prince Luitpold as King of Bavaria M ISCELLANEOUS. Oystermen have just, completed the examination of the bed- near Bridgeport, Conn., and find a very promising crop, larger than usual. It was thought that the entire crop was a loss. Cold, wet weather for several days has been hard on the boomer- gathered along tiie Cherokee strip, and there is much suffering. Several -mall children have died of exposure. The first' strip land office was completed Tuesday. Upon each lot in the town sites on the strip will be a stake bear ing a card numbered to corre spond Willi the lot, and the man who arrive- first and gets the card will be the fu ure owner of tbj ! lot All the telegraph and telephone wires entering Ballston, X. V. were cut out by lightning during a thunder-storm. Several barns in the neighborhood were st'nek. Ten million dollars in gold en route from the f-an Francisco Subtreasury to New York passed through Kansas Citv, Mo It has been discovered by the City of Mexico authorities that t be owners of the rfxtvn-lve nacienUa or t otz, In the state ol Yucatan, have a prison located on the place where the peons are locked up and tortured when they commit slight offenses. An investigation revealed many cases of horrible cruelty, someof which have re sulted In the death of the unfortunate slaves. - -Vigorous efforts to relieve the distress now prevailing among the families of some of the unemployed of Chicago, and to fur nish employment to as many as possible of those willing to work, will begin at once. Two committees one on finance and the other on distribution of relief met Tues day in the Mayor'- office, it was decided to appoint committees to include some of the best-known men in the city to co-operate in the rork of rai-ing funds Latest news from the Peary arctlcex pedition is rather discouraging. n Aug. 5 Lieut. Peary was at Nain, Labrador, and had failed in his efforts to purchase dog-, without which the expedition can do noth ing. He offered to cents each, but the Fsquimaux would not -ell for le-s than 4 and S5 each. As the party is now a month behind ,t- schedule time and the Falcon is certain 1 , fr, .-en up the future of tiie expedition :s problematical -- Mgr. Satolii has lone, of ( ', ilor.l ! o t op Mot'- authoi ity. - Catholics of Lit pared a d Iroct pet ,t infori ed ruusl Ne'n.. M.r ather Ma ul ey Bish- have pre sati 11; for and ( cut ra 1 Ite al out ;, dm 1 t, the removal of Bishop Boricum Brotherhood of S:. An Irew Traffic officials are in a di-ui Detroit stop v er, Truxton Beale ex-lnited state- Min ister to Persia, has been arrested at -an Francisco for assaulting a new-paper pub- 1 lisher who printed an article him. - The i- cban g Ba nk, of ' has eh 9ed. It wa: a priv ate ; by A. 11 Anderson It i- bell ren Lyl ban e vet :ctlng on s, Minn., owned to have asset-sufficient lo Wednesday over it- liabilities, s Missouri Hay at the j Fa :r. it was a great o ; Governor Stone and bu asion. and brought Ireds i his fellow- citizens to the Fxposition. Extensive plans for a celebration lasting f.om morning ati til late at night hail been m ale. and were successfully executed. The formal pro gram began at noon at the Stock Pavilion with a parade of Missouri stock, among the finest in the World's I'air barn-. Two hours ".atev the regular exercises, iaciu.i ing mu-;c and speaking, took place n the state Building, after which the Governor h ,1 . rece ion 1 visiting lio'' vario enrami ed evening ii display the day rep.i- -d f ins The .-. ers arid 1 ale my and state a la t or Ic hicago Li umished tad a pa M Issourians. and then reviewec iter hi- command I'ark. During the special pv rote "hnic Front in honor i Building had been t Ion 1 f the Missouri 1- t at ro. ps un- Jackson there was a 1 n the Lake The State r t'ne re'-ep-rotunda was rut (lowers. and window 1 decorated vv ; while froi Boated the - (if. if gC ton. .vas at Wednesday of the week Tke Phtto and the McXei the aud h He ophj 1 ider 1 bor 1 r 1; s- ngress isatic n atitied niev.t. tacked early rt.ng c a 1 r Move he al k from iblv dlv D j everybody n morn ti'.i , b j There ve the Art Institute this s McNeill's address easily I He wouldn't be satisfied v. . ruer, but .!r. t them all a u.au who inary sweat an sweat of. a the club- and hurled n earned bis bread with of fcruw. Nothing the or.. .. e - ' t; blood would do. He jumped i men and tin- stock brokers, hard names and sarcastl ituparisons at all the classes of leisure. President F. T. Day, of the Planklnton Hani,, returned to Milwaukee aud pleaded guilty to the indictments brought against him. John B Koettlng. tie absconding Milwaukee bank cashier, returned to the city and nave bail for his appearance. T. V Powderly has addressed an open letter to President Cleveland in advocacy of free silver and postal savings banks. It Is reported that the court martial at Tope k a has found Colonel Hushes "guilty as charged." and sentenced him to thirty day.-' imprisonment at d t pa a Hue of removed from 5200. Colonel tlugl his command by Gov ing to interfere With legislative squabble ReDublicans are e- w as Leweiling for refus als regiment in the a-' winter. Kansas ited by the finding. and threaten to batter down which Colonel Hughes may be a n y j ail : n i mfined. The Secretary ot the interior received a telegram from Inspect r Faison. at Mus kogee, L T.. stating that he bad had an in terview with the hoot aw authorities and that the question of '.lie executl n of the nine condemned men had been settled sat isfactorily. In view of the instruction given to Inspector Fatson. thi telegram is interpreted to mean that the Indians will not ! e executed. The Eastern and Western coal sales asents have decided that nber output shall be ;,000.000 tons instead of 2,750.000. as previously reporteiL - The clubs of the National League hold ! the position! shown below in the race for ; the pennant: I W. L. Vc W. L. tpe. j ! Bostons . 74 'si fas CIneinnatls.M ra .;irt i I Pittburgs..62 44 .6HS Baltimore? ..49 57 .4vj ! i I'hlladi ip'ia.si 44- 681 St. Louts 47 ih i 1 I Clevelaada .50 4" ..r4t Chicago 4:1 63 .4f0 j New Yorks. 56 4 .Mil Louisvllles.-4fl 61 MM j I Brooklyn a . .54 rd .&14' VVashi'gt'ns. 7 C9 .34 i FINANCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL Through the protest of depositors of j tin' Indianapolis National Bank more than 100,000 of collateral has been returned by preferred creditors. Commissioner Breidenthal has noti tied Kansas banks that New Vork bal ances would not bo considered legal re serve until payments in lawful money were re-umed. The use of certified checks to meet payrolls is virtually ov , r in Cleveland. Local banks, so far as known, have money enough now to take care of their customers without resorting to tiie check system. A general feeling of confidence Is evpressed. A committee representing tiie 15,000 creditor- of the late Archbishop Purceli, of Cincinnati, have laid their case before . Mgr. Satolli, and the matter v. ill be re- j ferred to Rome, The Archbishop, when bo died ten years ago. made a statement that j be bad borrowed nearly 4,000,003, which j had been used In erecting schools and churches and to support the church In Cincinnati, and lie declared that the debt should become an obligation on the honor j of the Catholic Church. The creditors 1 claim thai 2,500,00:1 was raised by the S Catholics of the country lo ay 50 per cent of their claims. itli that lin y have ' never received a rent of this money. By : organized effort they -ay they have only managed 10 recover per cent of their claims in ten years Becciver- of tiie Northern Pacific have j petitioned tiie court- in Milwaukee to issue certificates to the amount of 55,000,000. Southwestern lines are still quarreling ami tiie Traffic Association is threatened. The Lock Island Is tiie factor. Bank Commissioner Breidenthal at Topeka. Kan., has received replies from over one hundred State banks t 1 bis cir cular in rasard to balances in New York. Only one made a protest. Not one of the banks replying owes New Vork banks a dollar. Amass meetioc, regularly called, of I'liicago's unemployed laboring men. Wednesday, was addressed by speakers of national prominence, among whom were Bishop Tallows, Miss Kate Field, Henry lieorge. Samuel Gontpers. and l ather Mc tjlynu. All deprecated the turbulent ac tions of recent meetings and parades, and counseled organization. The Cream City Glass Company, tit Milwaukee, has made an assignment The asslgne 's bond is $80,000, R ii. Hun & Co.'- Weekly Review of Trade -ay-: The improvement observed last week has become much mote distinct and general While actual transactions have increased bur little, tiie change in public feeling Is noteworthy. There are fewer failutea, either of banks or of important commercial or manufacturing concerns, than for some weks past Many disaster- have been avoided by a more general pooling of re sources and a greater -pirit f mutual helpfulness and forb seen some week- ago. 1 an weru THE MARKETS. llllCAiin. Cattle- Common to prime. . . . Hogs Shipping rad - . . StiKKT- Fair f ( hoice Wheat No. 2 Spring Co UN No. j OA is- N ,. j . Rye Xo. 2 Butter Choice Creamery Knus- Fresh Potatoes New. per hu INDIANA POLH Caitle Shipping Hoos- Choice tight Sheep Common to prime WTheat- No. 1 Led Coen No. J White Oats- No. 2 White Si. LOI Is. Cattt.e ft! 23 (E 6 75 ifH f, on , mi id. a 75 fi '- 'i $2j M - 23 0 at It! 4:'. 24 (6 25 Itf-si H: j 55 ; ie I,'- i 75 St CO 1", 5 75 a i i c7 3 50 5C ift 57 4 t- 41 g7 v g-s ti 00 , f. t5 on li on cf 5 7" 59 6f 60 33 :'4 '1 !M 4s tt m e I": ti "' 4 25 59 40 . S 41 4.' 50 . t 4 -", .1 ,, .. ( 00 j, m cs s 75 42 & '- 9 9 3u QO (4 '. ' 35 cC jd 15 47 44 4". 31 ' -J 4J & H .7 - 45 40 56 . n ;. 73 13 3 :o 5 25 3 : :t i BU : ' S 50 6? 452 4 S3 32 IS 00 c'il 00 Ho..s Wheat N COBN No. OA IS No. P.IL-No. g 2 Bed. CINCINNATI l ATT I.E. . . . Hogs SHEEP Wheat Ni (ors No. Oats No. . Rte No. . . Bed. . Mixed' DE' BOIT. t ATI LI" . Hogs SHEEP.. W HEAT- No. J Bed COBN N g Oats No. - va hitf old... TOLElH. Wnr it- So. 2 Led ("OKN No. 2 f HOW Oats No. j White Bte So. 2. BUFFALO. Wheat- No. l Hard Corn No. . V - How Oat No. g White U-. L-No. - MILW ALKE Wheat No. Spring COBtS So. a Oats - No. 3 White KTE-So. 1.... Pauley--So, j PosK-Mess SEW TORE Catti. ho ;s ; SHEEP Wheai N'o. 1 ':. i COKJf No. g Oats Mixed VVestern Bi : : s". Cr amery Pobe New 'Ce-s. CROWDS OF PEOPLE WORLD'S FAIR ATTENDANCE WILL BE 20,000,000. Imtge ( c'in Arbitrarily (oatinam itie lineman I'sm - Thirteen Killed and a S. ore Injured in ;i Wri'l. I lion n ml - of Smiths Celebrate From I ar and Nr. When the Columbian Exp i-dion ites closed on Thursday n.h: more than l1' -OOO.OOti persons bad paid fcr admission to the beauties of the White City I: 1- a conservative estimate rh.it places the dai y average from now on at more tha.i 150,000, I II . V -li'hi increase iver 150,000 will 'or September ; in the daily attend brlng the atteud ind i K-tober u ; to total for tiie eii- .000. There ate ahead t help i hicago ! ay will a n i 10.000.000. making a tire lair of 20,00( some great day alo.ag the aversffe. probably le tfcc greatest f ail if Chi cagoans do their duty Ihey will pile up a crowd that will break all t! e nay rec ords at this Fx posit ion and ail others. The Fourth of July and Illinois Bay dren crowds of "i,2 i" and vtii respectl'ely Tiie greatest day'- attendance at Phila delphia wa- 217.526 and at Paris 307. 15 '). hicago can certainly le.it any of those figures. The last day of October, which i the last day of the Fair, ought to bring out 1 another immense ttir Appropriate and the day ; ercisi s w ill b, itra u 'e a ili I oe matte mi aoratile In many s a v -. Ir the fatuous Cllngii.au injunction soil against t lie Wor sitiou. Judges liunm - oliimbian I s p -ind Breutano. who were called into conference Goggiu to sit en banc ;m be w n : a 1, 1 1 ar the argu n g of t i.e in iuion in fa v ir -en t in g .1 ml ge merits regarding the llissolv junction, rendered a .i cut o of 1 he Kxnosit'ion. and tie' di stated that because the decis 11 Was c n trary '.o hi- views he 1 rop s d to dlsreg ltd it The spectators who bad thronged the c- lurtroom were scarcely prepared fi r this announcement. I o defeat the majority report of the court. 1 prop, se to continue this case until the snow tlies." -aid Judge Goggin slowly and distinctively -The Chicago limited express train for Boston broke through a frail iron bridge on the Boston and Albany Bail road one and one-half miles east of Chester. Mass., about I2:3'j Thursday and four Wa tner cars were crushed, killing at least thirteen persons, fatally injuring several others while at least a se ire arc badly hurt. Tlu vv reck is tlnj worst ever known on the road. The bridge was being strengthened for the big locomo tives, and Ihe workiugmeri who were putting on t lit phites were at dinner when the crash came. The locomotive passed ever the structure, but was smashed, the water tank- being thrown along distance. The buffet, two sleepers, anil a dining car were smashed to kindling when they struck the stream twenty feet below, but two day coaches anil a smoker In the tear did not leave the track. About ten thousand people, all tracing their ancestry to a common root, assem ble at Pea pack. N. .1. '1 be occasion was the annual reunion of the descendant- of John smith. This n as the eighteenth gathering of the Smiths at Pea; ack. The company which ha- been organized to establish large colonies of Japanese in 1 j Mexico has completed its preliminary ar- range men ts. Japan is very anxious to have i its colonization scheme carried out. the of -I ficial commission from that country which 1 visited the City of Mexico several months j ago to investigate the feasibility of estab I Hshlng colonies in Mexico having made a m -t favorable report. The proposed eofo j nis:s will locate upon rich agricultural ! lands in the southern state- of Mexico. ' - Twelve western counties in Kansas are j in need of whoa', but none of the eastern j counties have answered relief calls - sheriff Col son, of Middles bo rough. Ivy., foiled a mob anxious to lynch ti e Mai in j brothers, by taking them t 1 the wind-. 1 - -Nancy Hanks trotted a mile at Fleet wood Park in 'JiDO',. Twelve thousand persons witnessed the little n. ate'-feat I - Three children playing under an apple i tn c at Peter-ham, Mas-., were struck dead by lightning t Lev. .lohn M it bank. EpS hart, Ind.. refused to allow but ied from Iris chur ch Ormonde, the costliest world's history, is on h1- opal, of F.lk a Masoa 10 lie horse way t. in th. Meul. i Park. 1 al - Criminal careU'Ssness on it part el Leo Stafford "f La-t Liverpool. Ohio, re suited in hi- -hooting hi-, six weeks" bride The statement of tpe receiver of th ' American Tube and Ir n , tupany show ! assets of C2.624.S41. 10 and liabilities 0 Sl,.."0.s,',T. .' leaving a net sur, Jus of ; vtT.t'st! lie- sum of ?.'.. i. .M tit; dou Si 1 "1 uts is l in .-old: ! in the assets. .oil. Pr, shot at New cracker -id, nt . and pr trie an r lanufi f the nbably - I ,y t urcr- 1 tlytopic fatally llemard Schoil a 11 1 the s v. ar on C e. ii. W woundei Klotz t. ; wa- formerly Klotr's j trouble is the result of manager, the latt r : tho cracker t rtist. Nine fresh cases of cholera an 1 five j deaths were reported in Leerdam. Holland, : Wednesday. Tiie Dutch-American Bieam ; s'tiiji Company has notified its agents that all emijrrants b f re embarking must r-- main 'ivi- day- under the observatio of an American physician in the company's hos pital The emigrants will not be allowed to come 1 r go at pleasure, tut will !e obliged to sleep and eat In tiie hospital Reports have lieen receive i of -ei u r lots in the State ot Dura ago. Mex Ihe itutborities refu-o to give particulars of the affray, but 1; kn ,wn that iro,,j,- have oeen n d-red ou- L.rd o and i l-i Ion to quell th- disturuani e At Sew Vork. in t'-.n 1 1 1' Court. A. A Thompson, wlm is connected with the Perry sto-.e Company, 1 f Albany, being manazer of their Sew fork store. was !.. was he! Th' C-o. .pa a re e ; irged d in i 1 - m ail : ;i 'j ill lai. '. n-t arasua "ariai action inds of iy has teen placed in -r I ecause it w as not t b 1 .0 to r;i is..' money to pay it- floating deb Warner Miller say tin- Ma: Presl i - r . t Tin,- Canal C mpany. wbie! t io' anal and holds th conet s i n- ft r tin parent com pan v, ,- unimpaired. Mr. a: 1 Mrs Edward V ford. nt-. nave ustdlscov, are sister and brother. A rec Iver has been .iui Moffott, llodgkins .v 1 lark Ni- Tor ; and Chicago !.''.' '.i-io and the liabilities y, r d ;nti on a,$5 a Lid;: -Sell! ice a i T ie 1 .1 tnexpended ;r to amptieii tirown. a prominent -o l ! merchant of Nashville le-n. nuicide at Grand Rapids Tb- 0 mnaittet 6'jpen-i' : Interested Of th,- a th- tank a i-c. a . 1 TO ACTON THE TARIFF PROBABILITY THAT CONGRESS WILL NOT ADJOURN. I radera of the I i inn : ai- tit tin- HM lav or o I MBM diate Altai k oil I to- M K i n ! IHtt t'r-;ilt nt t IhiuI - Viln t o Be on- died. lining- at the Capital. W , plan 0" 1 in!, r mill t 'risp lo w it h 'oti 1 tta Hti-iin ss tiii an ul- jimrv.inotiT. T !i e s -utiment of nearly all tho Dcm crats i a sl i tig ion- o, t:t ntuoiu ; iull lean nt- ol e dit it ts-i n and it in al tariff, tho a-,'-ipriat ii ins ani ail icr i.iii'' inns BE: 'l.r StU-mont. U mv f.ie .t. This is in ' lb.. icularly triw f SMmthem aud in dislike i ui itment of sih ec Ho use (tut 4 ;" 1 I I A il 1 i $ H West vv. 1 it 0 home and ft constituent: cc tnt i ver lit . n the Vi!-o a- stateti h A- i n- fit :i iati. 1 ' ivi t" 1 1 ;a . Mis- 1 -'tiri. s.i'.i!- ol' Texas and I hey believe Ihai rout cal stop- in tariff revtwi allttv tiie iiil:rnation ! th rau--, ill heir jteottie. Thet are jettinji letters everyday which show their distrttn to Lo atiti over 'lo- silver ttuttin. Tltey think a sir n; t-u iiT hill moM ! ttsel iti t!io tutti re if a we' ilankel in smother tin w sih-'r Parti -. Itean lo mi folx, slid t La ih'vf'tuil tf evr Hv t tijjivssnuMt i,. Co ii tiot want d ad ji'i.rti. but are eayo" to Ji.ish 011 with 1 ho work ami tfel '.!.! ugh. I low over, this wants 1,1 Ii ivmetnVered: t'eh fos iix osos le.it Cleveland di-'. -. ' tiofi-s- wiil adjotim or imM iusi as I'reHtdenl I lovelarul wislc . and in one has heard whethr Mr. Cleveland wnn's i tn adjiu ti tr n t. Hunt tin' l'riii -cittii!js. Sat nfi'ay. in the House. ex-SpeaVor Ib i d ami I too Ue t'ochrun spoke tn f avor of Ihe repeal if the Sherman law Mr. Bland followed Mr Cchran. advocating free silver, and was followed bv Mr McMi'lin. of Tonne-see; Mr. Gear, of Iowa; and Mr VVHsn. uthoi of he Wilson re tea I bill, who all ' pp'tse the Sherman law Tha de bate in t 10 Hon Was r,dt'd. Tin- Senate will pro! ifoly ir right along talklas silver. I as it. loo been doing for several days. It j will do this for t v o weeks, and probably I longer before tin- Qua) vote will lie taken. ) The House was occo' led Vonday alto i gether with the silver question. The son 1 ate. by a voteof to .'., decided tint Mr. Mantle, of Montana, and Mr. Allen of I Washington, aro not entitled to -"at- in j that 1 u.ly. ami that tho Governor of a State has no right to appoint a Senator to J till a vacancy rau-ed by the expiration of a regular term not happening by wsigna 1 ion or otherwise. Tho House Sill to repeal tin- Sherman an was la id before 1 ho Senate and referred to tho committee on Una ace ; Tiie bill allowing tin- tiaul-s to Increase their 01 rou I. at ion up 1 o t In- pat v :ihn of 1 ho ( bonds deposited by them was taken up. the j questii 11 belni on tho amendment offered bj Mr, ooUn ll f ir the reilemptlon of such two e ' oout. I Kinds as may bo made and t tr' payment therefor In a new Issue of treasury note. The aniendn n ws rejected- veas nays ill Mr t win 11 . then offered an amendment authorD ing the holders of any I "tilted Stati- li nd- to deposit and receive in exchange lezal tender notes eijual to tho lace value of the bonds, tin- bonds to be In Id in tho 1 treasury Rtthfect to re!enttition in tho same amount ot legal-tender notes, which I are then to lie destroyed, and 110 Interest i to in- tatd on the b uds while so held In ! the trewsurv, but when aaaln withdrawn I th,- Interest i- t,, be paid, loss 1 '., per cent. per annum; bat witlw".t action the Seoatw proceeded to executive newness aim -non ad journed. Tuesdnv in the House was marked by a j lively tilt between ex-Speaker Reed and Speaker Crisp, 'I ho latter loft the chair to roply to 1 1 it ii'isrns by Mr. Reed and to sustain his own position In tho Fen ate a j resolution offered by Mr Stewart. directing tho Secretary of tin- Treasury tn inform the Senate whether there i- dancer of a deficiency in the roveuues nf tin- govern ment during the current year, and. if-,,. ' what is t(n probable & mount nf such ii'" tii eney and whether the legislation i necessary to supply such deficiency, sun adopted. Mr. I with inti duced bill iwhioh v a - referred to the Committee nn 1'orelcn Relations! ;ippropriatns ?5(i0.0 toenahlethe Kecretary f Ihe Treasury t, enforce tho hiue-e lu-i, n net. Hlvet discussion Is not yot ended. Senator Sherman in Id- peec!i U'edm day. submitted no plan but made a h m sugirestlons He thinks t ,.it tt,,- ,r bullion now in the Treasury should al. ins c Inert, and In- i- el so in favor of author ixing the Scretary ot the Treasury or the I're-tdeiit to isnue binds wheeer it h necessary Mr Sherman wns billowed bv Mr. Ti l er, and at tiie conclusion f Mr Teller's sj-eech lh Senate went Intoex ecutlve session. The Boum i- still d,--cu'sin? run--. Mi- Wi.loitt, of olora lo. addro Senate Thursday, deprecating tie of the Sherman act; bo was npp M- Gaffery. of Ia a si an a The 1 ion- ot the House oa t he death of Mntative Mutchler. of I'enr.sylvnn laid before the BenMfe aid resolut el 1 i e re , ,l sed '.y reool 11 -Uepn -.1 i'i :1S fX - I resslve of th offered by Mr. 1 he Senate, as - ,-riiw f tl," Senate were ameron and agreed to. and a farther evidence 1 f re- srie t to tii ti, ry of t! de- l lld the loomed. Tin' lb n -o was occupied ail day with it- ruli'-. Friday, after some t . enty minutes -p nt In the ordinary routine morning business of the Senat ne "f which was of public Importance! the House bill t. repaai jiart. of tin- Sherman ad was taken ap The House resumed the consideration of the 'w code of rule1, the pending nuestion Lein- the amendment offered Thursday by Mr. Boatner (Dem. ). of Lonisiana, which would praeiically nut it in the power of any membet who i- in charce ,,f soy proposition on the th-or to pripose closure at any time that bethinks it ad visable t- do so The amendment w i- r -lected. a- He How tin- World a-s. THK V' urth National Hank , ille. Ky., La- resumed. It itsdenied that Mi Ploren man to tn rrv i t; 1 srenbert; '!'H!i Ha ern Mich vest 1 hiine nienie for fvmtn- ran at Devil's Lake w m at- tended 'Jt'., fannc In an addreafi at I-v i . ; t 1 ir ! 1 i "rim Bisniarek declared himeeH opposed 1 the centralisation of the bnperi 1 we Bi-YTHE. Sherifl of Mill I ; I , his Ark., nt-. is $lti,tXW hor' 1:1 umcnia voirespi uuenci 1 IS fifjTo;ir; Hayes, from Comptroller 00. has cone to Indianapolis the affaira of the llaugha r.oK'o.- a to unravi Bank. I i H t I i I 1 1