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"What Has Uecn Done During the Past Twelvo Months. TJfE YKAIt iaJ7 A HUSY ONE All of tlio Important Happening's llio World Over Uricfly Noted Iii Clironofogical Order. BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL NOTES Disaster of Various Kinds Crimes, Suicide and Lynching A Year's Funious Read Political Events sporting hank failihi;h. Jan 2-State aavings. Whitehall, Mich.... Citizens' iiutlonal, Fargo, N. D... .Omaha Neb.) raving. Kifl.ooO. Jan 4 Germania (R.Ooo.niyi) ana West Piilc, St. Raul, Minn. ...First CUt y, Nora Springs, Ia... .Merchants' national, Devil's Lake. N. D. Jan 7 Commercial, Fail Claire, Wis.... Hank of Canton, Minn. ...Citizens', Luih boro, Minn. Jan k Hunk of North Ft. Faul. Minn. Jan D First national. Alma, Neb. Jan 12 Hank of May view, Mo. Jun la Stattle (Wash.) savings. Jan 14 Merchants' natlonul, Ocula, Fla. Jan 15 Citizens' Male, Fulhrton, Nib. Jan Hank oft Conway, Mo. Jan 1 German natlonul, Louisville. Ky. ....First natlonul, Newport, Ky....MInne Ho la savings, Si. 1'uul. Jan 21 German aavings. Res Moines, la., 5.'.4,0O0. Jan 23 land Grid.) Lank (voluntary eu.spenslon... .Farmers' and Merchant' Lank, Lxnislor Springs, Mo. Jun 2 1 t rtiJ.im N. V.) national. Jun 2'i First national, olympia. Wash. Jan 2J Wuutaugu bank, Johnson City, TtT.ll. Jan 0 Dime ravings, Chicago. Feb 2 I'll at national, Ouktsdale, Wash, (voluntary au.speiiwloii). .. .Moscow (IndJ national. Feb 4-Flr-Rt national, Grlswold, la. Feb It l'ltht natlonul, Fianklm, O.... Nort li weslti n national. Grtat I alls, Mont., 1,"0",0'I. Fib is -State ravings, Atlanta, (Ja. Feb ! Farmtrs' uml Mt reliant', Frt c port. 111. (voluntary auspcimlon). Feb lo HanktiV exchange, Minneapolis, Minn. i'eb 13 Stat trust and savings. West tfuporior, W la ComntircUl pavings, Jyfodx, la MtTchunta' national, lit Una, Jhlrmi., Jl.oon.ouii. Fib 1 Merchants' national, Jackson vl'de, Fla. .. .Slate natlonul. St. Jost ph. Mo. Feb 24 German-American, Tonawandu, N. V. (Ut t.uin.d March h.) Feb iii Hunk of Llthoi.U, (5a Security Loan and 'I rust company, Dos Molntu, la. ... A'onuiK rclul, Mllwaukte, Win. Feb 27-Mullaniliy savings, St. Louis, Mo., Alar n Lexington savings, RaPlmore. Mar 12-Hank of Mulball, U. T. .Mar 22-Wo.t 1'olnt (Ua.) Mute bank. .Mar 2J Farmera' and Mirchuuta', Furls, Te x . Mar 24 De Kalb county bank, Maysville, Mo. Mar 27 American exchange, Ruffalo, N. Y. (voluntary ruapcnslon). Apr fc Globe KavingH, Chicago, JOln.ono. Ar 27 N. Fames, Son Ac Co., bunkers, Norfolk, Ya. Apr 2s Hunk of Hutchinson, Kan.... "William Van Ordatrand &t Co., bankets, Jlcyworth, III. Anr 2 New Hampshire Ranking Co., Nashua, Jsi:(,2.".2. May a J. H. Wheeler & Co., bankers, Man Ron and AMen, Col. May 7 FxchanKu bank, Atkinson, Neb. ....Dulles (Die.) natlonul. May 12 Traders', Lynchburg, Va. ' Hay li Mln ra' male, Crlj'i'l" Creek, Col. ....Ib.lknap navliiK1. Laconiu, N. II. May 2'-Stale, Montlcello, Intl.. ..State nathmal, l.otfanbpui I, Ind... .Third nation .aL New York. May 21-1 ti!t national, Orleans, Ntb. .May 2 Hank of Johnston, Nt b. Jun 1 Men bants', Lincoln, Neb. Jun St-Hnoiu- county. Harrison Ark. Jun 14-Flrat atate, 1'enton, Mtth. Jun 2:-l'nlon 'IiumI and Savings, Ta rtan a. Wash Ktyatone national, Irle, la. (vohmtary). Jul 7 1 ' i r l national, Mason, lex. Jul 14-Nibraska national. Voik.Neb. Jul 2:!-i:ank of Monniouib Springs, Ark. Jul ai-Firal national, Abhtville, N. C, (vtil untai y . An,' 21-1'eople's pavings, Mount l'leas ant, All. h. Aug 27-Hank of Minneapolis. Minn. Aug ;fl State, Anjbia. Ind. ...First state, Mi l'h" -rson, Kan. tvt 2-1'ust natlonul, (Irefnsburg, Ind. tt ll-Hank of Duiund, 111. l IS First oallonal, Henton Harbor, Mith. Sep :-Hank at Itloo, Col. jiep 2'J Hank at Montrose, Col. Oft lv-'li, Sherman, Tt x. Oct l: KdKerton (Win.) bank. Oet 21-Hank of Lodi. Win. Oft 2.' -National of Ash.-vllle, N. C. Nov S John A. Wlllard, banker at Man fcuto. Minn.; mi,(M). tio U Hank of Antlgo, Win Hnnks at JLenvetiwoi t !i. Marengo und KnglUh, Ind. Nov r- 1 11a cttunty (Col.) bank. "Nov 2'S!utti bank of litjlattln. Neb. Dec 2-1'iedmoin alate, at Moiguniown, N. C. Dec n-Stot-k ext hange, at LI Iteno, (). T. Jeo 21 F irwt national, I'tinl.tna, N. 1. ))e0 23 Chest n lit Street liullnliul, ami Chestnut Street Trust and Svlnta Fund Co., 1'hiludt Iphla; M.OiiO.lAHl. IMMM'.SI I'All.l H1:h. I.itrtirr CoiiiinerelMl ('iincrrm, Invuli Init l.lnhllldrB of f .-,,) o, or Over. Jan 10-In Cincinnati, Whe ling, Lak? 1'rle A I'lltsiburxh Coal Co., JUt,'"'. and Wheflitig tk Luke Kilo Hallway Co., J3.V, Ooo. Feb S-l'enn) Ivanta Lead Co., ritts- t)urgh, $I.4'hi.iki Ktyatonu Co. (makers of tig i k'ulturul Imidt menu), Sterling, 111., $."ii),it). Ft b 2.' I'nltrd States IbilldlriR and Loan SMoclut Ion. LouHvllle, Ky., .: ;!, otai. Mar 11 National Hullding on J i,oan as-ao-latlon, Milwaukee. Mar :: I'nttr.l 1'itaa BKhOcUtlon, New York. Mo,uii. Apr 7-L. ti. Dtan & Co., New York, Jl, OOO.uuo. Apr 1') Cooperative Town Co., Lllzabeth Aon, Ttnn., l.tHi,uK). Apr 2t-Sup.iior (Wis.) ConsolldaKd JLa nd Co., J.t.i.'Kt.MiO. May ir-Mutual Ufa ICRuratu-e Co., In dlanapolla, D.imi.imi. May 11 William lirown & Co., rommls Ion merchant, San Fiam Isio, ii.m,iNai. May 22-Williaiii Tarr, UUtlllei, Lexing ton, Ky., i.o,iihj. May ,i; - llubbaid Milling Co., Mankato, Alli.n., J.hh.hki. Jun 4-Dolese & Shepurd, atono con tractor. Chliago, 7."i''.'"0. Ju:i ;,i c omiii) n ial Hudding Trust, IamjisvIIIc, Ky.. i ott. Aug 17 MuH.iiu hui' it H'Tfllt Llfo a.i aoclatlon, i!uioii, H.oi o.ihh). An ;l i:. It. Cuthbert it Co., brokers, N-w York, .'.ni.iNio. Sep 1.WS1 yiuore Hroa., atock brokers, New Y ork, H.'Hut (). Oct 22 W. (. illtchrnrk & Co., allk t! al ra, New Yor k, tl,(M),(.i l'uwkr C elo Co., Cbk'flKO, l -HlMl. Ot t Jy Wen.er Co., publishers. Chit-ago, NoMt, Nov 17 A t o.hko.h. Wit, Henry Fhrrry. lumber eperat.r and manufacturer, y l.mu, - 000. IS At (v fnboro, Ky., H. Monarch, dlttiU-r. i;vitKi. Dee 27 overman Wheel Co., Chlcojee Fall. Ma.; l.'.'.otO. tAMAinr.H. Ilepiirllnu iiliiatruphra In lileli Flr tir Mitrr 1.1 rm Arc I. oaf. ."5,n 4 Nelaon, Neb., I In mine rxploub-n. Jan U-1'ott.tville, l a., b mint ra In falling caie. Jan I.V-Dallas, Tex.. 1 t hlldrrn by fire Jan ll-Ni 4r (joogne, I I., V In ret k at re. Jan ri Terry, C. T.. rblb!rn f vi rely Injured ! y coliap of at. h I t iiitdii.g. Jan 27 -Six lu uro k of boat In itf n r,-an- tile, Ind , and Hart fort. Ky Hunt t .rfulU. Cnn . f In ra Hv. ny vr k J.n is Near Mt. Ida. Ark., 5 froxen to Jsn Jl-Hobkfn, N. J., mother and C 4. b;l lr n by Mr. Feb 2 Near Paclfla Junction. la., ft kulers drowned. Fcl U Ciouverneur, N. Y., 6 by mlna eavr-ln. Feb 21 Tazewell, Ky., James Chadwtll and family Uiowntd by floods. Feb 2i Near Murray, Ky., 5 by prematura txploaioii of elynanilte. Feb 24 Luke 1'reaton,' 8. D., I by gas auiTocatlon... .Sherman Heights, Torn., 7 by cars on gr Jo crossing. Mar 4 Huston, In explosion In Tremont treet C'UUHf il by tM. Upltlg gus. Mar 17 Steamer do St. Nuzalrc sunk off Carolina roa.it, only 4 out of bo ou board known to have survived. Mar 22 Henry county, Ala., t drowned la 'rennet. Mar 24-I.nildsvllle. Ia., 5 children In burning residence.... Near Nashville, TeniL, ( In burning resilience. Mar 2ii Near l'ensaeola, Fla., 8 by w ampin of hoat....Nt-meha, county, Kaa., C drowned trying to ford creek. Apr k Knoxville, Tenn., 17 by Are. Apr 5 In South Dakota, Iowa and Ne brttMka Poods at least 4 J Uvea lout. Apr 14 Near Helena. Ark., family of 7 tlrow ne 1 by capsizing of boat. Apr 24 Heaver Creek, Ky., family of 6 In burning residence. May 1 On White Oak creek, Tenn., 5 by waterspout. May ) Near Lauren a, 8. P., 4 children In burning home. ...Near 1'lkevllle, Ky., li by poisoned spring water. May 13 i'lnkney, Tenn., 7 by caving of mines. May lt White Oaks Creik, Tenn., C In fire. May 27 American Falls, Ind., 9 In rail way wreck. Jun 1 Near Alma, 111., family of 5 by train at grade crossing Near Keystone, W. Va.. 5 children In burning home. Jun 4 Chit ago, C by explosion on mud scow in river. Jun 7 Near Hudson, Wis., C In railway collision. Jun 2'i Near Missouri City, Mo., 7 by rail way wreck. Jun 2'. -Ch lea co, 5 bathers In various parts of city.... Wejt Chicago, ill., 4 by col lision of two Christian Fndcavor trains. Jun .lo-Westlkld. Ia., C by lightning. Jul ft Near Hartsville, Ter.n., 'J by boiler explosion. Jul 7-Hay City, Mich.. C by trolley car plunging through open bridge. Jul fc Near l inevble, Ky., 0 in burning home. Jul 1.1 Near 1'oone, Ia., 8 tramps in rail way wreck. Jul 21 New Haven. Conn . 7 by explosion In armory of W liu heater Hepeatlr.g Arms com (.'i ny. Jul 2s-Near lUno. Nov., C Indians In rail way wreck. Aug !' Near Cairo, III., 10 by explosion of towbuat. Aug is Near Dahlgren. 111., C by rullroad collbdon. Am: -Calloway county, Ky., 7 poisoned by eating stolen mi Ion. An,' 3t (lUdstone, Mich., 5 by capsizing of boat. ' Sep 51 Near ("Ibnwond Fprings. Col., 12 by explosions in coal mine. Sep 4-Hroad Hippie, Ind., S by cxploIon of n at oral gas. Sep 7-Cygnet, O., C by explosion of nitro glycerin. Sep h-Near Kmporlu, Kan., 12 In railway roll Lsion. St p ! Near Now Castlo, Col., CO in rail way collision. Sip 11 Van Huren, Ark., 7 In railway wreck. S p 17 Near Chippewa Fulls, Wis., & In railway wreck. Sep :0-H llo Allen, Ala.. G by flro. in coal shaft. Sep 2l-Johnton City, 111., f by explosion In coal mines... .On Talya trail, In Alaska. IS bv ?nowslide. Oct 2-Near S Imjlcr, Neb., 7 jiolsoned y strvchnint In coffet-. (ct 4 Near Willow Springs, Mo., 6 by trnlri on grade crossing. Oct fi-l'lanklntoii, S. I)., 7 in burning dormitory. Oct 13 I'lano, Tex., G by falling of build ing HfUlYold. Oct 21-Nenr (larrlsons, N. Y ., 10 by r. lunging of Now York Central expresa Into Hudson river. Oct 3'-Ncr Scranton, Ta., C in mine dis aster. Nov .10-M ipb'svllle, Ala.. 7 drank mix ture of wood alcohol and whisky. Dec l.V-Ncar l'ort'.and. Me., tf in wreck of schooner Susan 1 Thurlow. VelltisT Fever. Several cases of yellow fever were re ported from points in Louisiana In th lirst week of Seftembt r. On Sep. S It had made its appearance in New Orb ims, uls in Ocean Springs, Miss. In rapid Micces nlon ranie reports from lelwanK Mls., und Hiloxl. .Miss., and other southern points, until on Nov. 2:1 the fever wjis con sidered as practically atamped out. It has been estimated that the l ! ul f states n f f( red n financial loss of fully Jv.en(i.Hi, the chlf factor In which account blng the loss In trade nnd traftlc on account of Mm Ht r it t tjiiarantlne regulatlona. On Nov. 23a n port Issued by the surgeon general of the marine hospital service, giving the re turns up to a recent date, showed there had th n appeared during the yellow fever eiM iplc In ihe Hniiih a total of 4. 2V cast s, i,f wbb h 4H5 bad pr-.ved fatal. Of the total number of rases 1 ,S47 were reported from L'ii lsl.'ir.a. 1. ',:: froiri Mississippi, 74-t from Alabama, f.2 from Tennessee, p; from Ti xas. 4 from Illinois, 3 from (Jeorgla arid 1 each from Florida and Kentucky. (itnir.s. A Few f Hie More Shocking Tragr. lies, especially Domestic. Jan ? At Jam sv Hie, Wis., Herman Kllmtn killed Wife, fun anil ftelf. Jan is-Near Wayne, Neb.. C. K. Hash brained w ife and 3 children; Insanity. Feb (".- Mrs. Itobert Cort tlrow ned lu r 3 hlldrcn and self. I'tb H-At Lexington. Ky., J din W. Mates, ex-t Ity treasurer, killed ti-yt ar-old k m. nhot tlauehler and sister and commit' ted Kub-lde; Insanity. Mar 2" N' a r orrlck. Mo., Fro Unlnwater killed hi wife, daughter, mot her-ln-lavv, nt pbrot her und Mdf. Mliv 7-At I .t-M.lv I llo. Col. (5eo. IlntllfTe kbb d 1' He Walker (sweetheart) nnd --If. May 31 At Sin Antonio, Tex., Hud Fran). a wound up drunken Fprcu by killing wife and si If. Jun 3-.t I'rbnna. O., aoldkrs puardlnir Jail tired Into inob bent on lynching it col ttc 1 I : " 1 1 r. klilit g 2. Jun f.-At MNhlcott. Wis., Feter Flucker man killed wife ami self. Jun b-N'riir Davenport, la.. John Ougfl- llt IlIVT J )ls oud Wife and self, Jun 2. At Key West, Flu., whito man klilt d t!i.rli: aitt mpt of m uro. s f pit vent lynebln r i f Sylvanus Jackson (colore 'Jul 12 -Near Morrltown. Ttnn, Wm. Tilat U shot brother's wlfo and aelf; J al- "s?p C-At Tfded v O , S. U. Ashwell kll!el wife nr.d fat iilv frlmt s. If. S- i 7-At Vl-Mor, Col , Henrv H. Tlllotsori Ulled Llla 'J'avkr (sweetheart) and Mlf; ). mIou -y. Sep p-At Fark CItv, Ftnh. Jaw (Julnn kllltd wife and shut self; strong drink. Sep t Whiteside. Midi. Victor An tb rstin kllltil mother and si If ...At Sham ol.m. Fa , A. W. May killed Cora Cast man nr:d self; h'T pun tits rt f ut d consent to t !:t lr t'i i rry ing. S p 27--Near Carroll, Ia , John ltoerkcr It'll, d w Iff. fhlldr- n nnd s. If. Oct 7-At Flint. Mich.. Le-ttt-r I.. Iturton k;!b d v lfe and st If. o l 11-At la omlnst. r. Mass., John F. Ib.viit'.n kill--. I wife nr-d t If. o, l'i-At Oallup. N. M.. Clem. ne Illvera klbt I Mrs V;.-t..r Harn ! i and s- If. i , . ar r.h o Harth City. M: , Oeo Vou:i : l llbd wif", 2 t hlldren and a. If; ln s.ir'f t vtr l.ii'li ,ri t r 'li'.iies. Oct '.I At 'blcauti Jury In Luetcrt mur der tr ial f til. I In uert e. ntntnlln,; IMo.'t Nt.V 2 At Woret-ler. M:i-s.. F.dwurd Haml'.tt n killed wife, und tlaughtt r lit.J i-!h t m If. Nov 4-.t Dallas Tx., J-js Itoswell killed Mr. Fmmn Smith. Jus. Hartoii and si I f ; J. al .uv. Nov 7 - Near Fnadllla, Neb., Falr h Van Horn klib d f.-yenr-ohl son and it If; In n:n i:v. Nov K At i'nl 'ng, la.. L. I. Hphkltr kill- d v lfe and st if. Nov h- Ni.'ir H-rton Harbor, Mich, Herry Kammrrr killed his f.ith. r In nuar rt I t.v r m..!.. v nuittet. n!si hlms. f. Nov 2" -At M.tsoii, Mid, . s. ott Howdlsh .hot I)-yen r-td I d itu-htf rand kill- d hlm-.df Dee 2-Al Miiwaukes Albtrt Kruegtr kill- d w Iff at I at If. Dee f.-At K'an;ts City, Mo, (". Den n. lie.- whMf drunk sht wife u:-t If Dee 27-ln Cbi. ft'o, Mrs. Mary Anderson ftphvla!t d f If und 2 st p-t h ; !! r.-n In St, Luls Mnriiui Nasauar Iw.t Katl D. ie'jt a.k tbt art). ar..l killed bi i- tif t .Mnrnh'ster. Ky. Will Iturdy. J.:. 11 Ipot and FobCiegory kbletl In u loun row. I'lltFl. Invnlvlnix n I.tiss if Half n Million Dollars or Mure, Jan r".-In Fhlladr Iphla. p.-vrral bulr.es )'bek. flamrst starting In the Il.Tiscntu Hr-.s ' lug eroerry: i2.i'). ...In Chicago, W" 11 barns' bltvk: tM.ii. F.b : -in Harrtiburg. Fa., state cajl tol; tl.V-o.t'J. Mar 15 In Ft. Louis. Fly. Walker & Ca.'i wholesale dry poods house; JI.C.i.iwj. Apr m In business section of Knoxville, Tenn., G Uvea lost; l,2j0,0ot. Apr 15 In New Orleans, Moresque build ing; $.").f 0. Apr 27 In Newport News, Va., C. A O. Tty. Co.'a j.br; I2.ou0.0ut In vicinity of Cirantaburir, Wis., forest Area. May 2 In Ftttsburgh. l a., several big business buildings; $l,(M0u. May 6 At New York, Merchants' Fefrls eruting Co.'a cold storage, warehouse; oo,- too. May 20 In lloboken, Ti. J., IjQ homea; $Ci.ooO. Jun 2In Alexandria. Va., Bryan'a fer tilizing mill: .''s,to. Jun la on Kill Island, In NT. Y. harbor. Immigrant buildings: JmiO.uk). Jul 23 Feorla (III.) Urape Sugar Co.'a plant; 5';ii.uo. Jul 27 In Vonkcrs. N. Y., 2 large fac tories: $.Sl,fMSl. Aug 15 In Haltlmore, Tunis Lumber Co.'a tuw und planing mills: J'hi.iXX). St p 10 tlreat Dismal swamp of Virginia nnd North Carolina, covering 4 mo aq. m., ou lire from end to end. Sep 2' In Washington, power house of Central Traction Co.: ll.Oco.000. Oct ft In Detroit. Mich., opera house and 2 business buildings: F' O.oni. (ct 27 In St. Louis, building coatalnlng Wabash railway offices: iCwo.imo. Deo 12-ln Hhlladelphla. wholesale and retail salesrooms of carpet manufacturing tirm of John Sc Jas. Dobson. Ike 23 In Civ w land, block In business center; $ki,Ci'0. Dec 25 In Chicago, Coliseum building; J5ou,uo0. 1 OllF.lti. Feb 7 Mussulmans in Crete massacro l,U o Christians. Feb. 14 Christians bombard Canea. (jretk war ship Ilres on Turkish vessel conveying troops thither and govtrnor of Cn te takes refuge on liusMan man-of-w ar. i 't b 1 Dr. Kit hard Uulz, a nal iirall. tl American citizen, tauten to iKuth by his Jailors In a Cuban cell... .Spaniards kill 5"U Insuirents In battle on Hhilippln." Islamic. Apr 12 (ireek troops attack Turks fdmul taneous'.y from 'j tlifiirent points, advanc ing some tllstance into Turkish territory. Apr IS Turkey declares war against CIreece; (Sreeka havt; rap::red Turkiah po bltions from Neva ros to Kont ra. Apr iu Jrecks u f n r dt sin rate bat tie rap ture and burn Daniasl unu repul.su Tut ka ut lteverd. Apr 21 Jretk troops afttr a stand nt Matl forced to retrial from both LarUsa and Tyranavos. May 4 In 1'arls l.i:' persons perish as re sult of lire l:i a rrowdt d charily bazar. May C Hharsalos taken by Turks, (Iretk troops retreating to Dokomos. May 7 Y'tlestlno occupied by Turkish army. May U CIreece n.sks the mediation of the pou trs to bring war to u t lose. May 15 Turkey dt -mauds cession of Thes F.'ily und X. M,tki,fl:)D Indemnity In fore rom plving with demand.- of powers fur nn urml.it If". . . Specla 1 Commissioner Cal houn to Cuba reports that accounts of Murvnthm und misery forward d by con bular t.f.'lc ' rs had not b. n exag-;eratetl. Jun 14-Harney Harnuto, South African "diamond king", commits xulido by Jump ing from Bteamcr off western coast of Mo rocco. Jun 0 Queen Victoria's dlamtind Jubl It e celebration opens with a private service in St. tjeorgt-'a chupel. Wind sor cast lo, at teniied by queen und members of royal family. Jun 20 Magnificent naval display par tlt lpattd In bv ull maritime nations with Pi'i lighting hlilps in line, clo.s. s queen's Jubib e...Mrs. Margaret O. oilphant, fa mous novelist, tli.-s In London; aged ". Jul 21 Sultan utiina Irade Miuctionmg h't-tl-mt-nt tif frontier question according to Jt tuands of powets. Jul 2'.t Ti t my signed by (Juatnmala, Costa Klca, Nicaragua, Honduras and Salvador to take t fit ct Sep 1.1; union named "Hi -public of Central America".. . .Cuban Insurgents attack out post s of Ha vana und awt-cp through Its suburbs. Aug 8-Caiiovus del Castillo, premier of fpaln, ussussinated ut Santa Agut-da, by Mlcht-Ie Anglolll. Aug 15 Oen. Martinez Campos appointed pi t sklent of new Spanish cabinet. Aug 24 Krlti.sh, French and l't usslan mln Dtcrs to ( 5 recce agree ( Jreece cannot pay In demnity exceeding .V o.uu-i. .. . India's out posts on Afghan frontier captured by the Afrldls and .'iuo Sepoys mastered Sep 14 Ambassadors of powers rc-ach nn ncri-t'im nt In pt ace m gollatloiis, provid ing for an Intt riuitlo'ial commissi. m to control (iretk rev ; . a to met t Itidemr.ity und evacuation of Thessaly. Si p 17 Armulfo Arroyo uUtmpts to as sassinate Frcs. Diaz in City of Mexico und Is lynch d. S- p 1'J Treaty of jaco betwten Turkey and Jl i i ce Mgned. t )ct 2-'Saas(a. lib ral b ad r, Intrusted by queen rent nt f Spain to form new cabinet, Oct (51 n 1'hlllpplne Islands (i 0 i;uroiieann und 5,Caj natives pt-rbdi In typhoon. ct a Spanish cabinet b i I l-s on recall of (Jen. Wcyb r and uppointmt-nt of M u Kbal Hlanco as governor-gent rul (.f Cuba. Oct 22 Correspond nee in n-gard to bi metallic proposals of I'nlted States mone tary commissi. m Issued by Hiitisli foreign otlice; l lnclatid r J. i ts ull off. ra to enter tain prop.. sals. Oct 27 Duchess of Tet k, cousin of Queen Victoria, tilts In Kichmond. I Ing. ; art d M. Nov l'.-l'lre In London destroyed 15U warehouses; lO.doo.i mi. Nov 2' Havana udvp-es nay no American cltlt n Is now conlliit d In prison in Cuba Uoyal tb-cree ei.mtlng iiuiouuin to Cuba and Forto ltlco publlshtd: Cuban gov rniut nt refused autonomy, dec luring or iibsi.lute ind. pt nib-nee. Nov li'i Hussia adopts gold standard. I . c ; it l m.i M Mildlers take posst sslon of Klio-Chan, China. D.f 7 llaytl, lu the face of (Jermany's tll.-play of lorci, n.ukis ta I Isf.it'tory ar rangement to M-tlle Indemnity tb maudi d for ulb g d Imprisonment of (Jcrmun aub-J.-i t und .'.aluies (iermuri Ilau' Cuban In surgents capture town of (iulsa; kia Span iard. fdalu in battle. Die 11 llaytl. in ministry r signs. In c l.:-(i. n. s.i ngulily, u ('ub.m loader, ri porb d to have tiesi rtt .1 1 1 the Spaniards. Dec Pi Sagasta, Sj-unisli premo-r, an nounces complete pai-Mlratlon III HhJIppInc l.sia rids. . . . AlpboiiMu Daudtt, iiovt ilst, died In Furls; iiki d f.7. Deo Is Cubans put to death Col. Ilul7, sent to Induct. Aiai,t;urt n, an Insurgent b adrr, to snrrerab r. Dec 2 China grants Itnssla permission to winttr a sipiadron at Hurt Arthur. Die 2::- ul.an iiiMiigenta reported to be burning cane In Ids within lu milea of Hav ana. 1 ec 21 Spanish tsijuadron (I gunboats and 2 tugs) forced from mouth of Canto river by liisurgi nt a. Dt-c 27 Hal. It rs from Koordtstana ma s .-if red x Inha. Hants of a Ft r.ian Chris tian town near Salman. .. .Two eomtnlx.slons pniptslng peace to Insurgents witn au tonomy hanyed In I'lnar b I Kb province Hussla occupb-s Kin-Chan, China. IMIIMItltl.. I't b 11 Illinois stf el Ct.'s works nt South C li ago start full blast riving work fo .I.e. in. May 22-Strike of Ann m an flint gi.iis wori.eis' union. Inam-'iirated In littsburgh 4 yrs ag.i. tleclurttl oil; had cost union over Jl i i,i t -a. Jul -Cp in failure of Joint ware ronftr t -nee at Y ur-ystow:i. O., of A mil i; i malt d Association of Iron and Sit . I W'efkers and mannl.ict un rs. all union iiiI:I.u Il mJ;;;,,isi lilt 11 lend. It d idle. Jul fe-Cn.it w.ift. strugi-l" Inaogurnted by Fnltetl Mine V. ork. rs of A m-noa by n g. m ral si l ike of coul mint ra In litubui gli (Fa.) .llstr.ct. Jul k t'nlied Mine Workers' ),en bpiar tis at Columbus, ()., nport K5,o'i i..l:uts jlJul 27-Al-ronquin Woob n Mills Co. of Habile. N. J.. notlfbd emplt y of wage inert a-e of from hi to 15 p. r n nt. Jul ; -Coal operators uf litt-bargh dis trict adopt. I "tru" uriifor m.t " r. n 1 1 rm nt. J -.li ;,l - William Co in in in;-, s, bad. r of Icn. union miners at S.-ottdaie, Fa., billed In quar rt 1 v It h union men. Aug 4-Juige J.o kson (f.tbrrl court Ht Harki l-.-but r. W. Va.) in loins 15. V. Dels and assnii.il a t res-passing t.n pn pert y f M..nong.ih Coke K t'oiil Co., or Unit Ing It S i mph i s to xtrlke. Aug Is l'r bmlnary Injunction Issutdnt Fills burgh. Fa., a gal n't man bin it of nt I lk- rs or lot t fi rt in with N. Y. Cb-v land (J.H Coal t'o.'s miners made leri::an lit. Aug 21- Nine t:i'-n .-rbui.- !y i : i j ti r I In riot nm.ing strike rs at li.liy mint s mar FUt burg h. Aim 2-5-Fmployera ctrieetlo rirrr-aa of ., I.er tt-r t. In wugea to New York tailors, and Ft nke .b r l.i rt 1 off. Auk 25-ln Ntw York city. Iii ) cloak m.iKirs strike f,;r higiur wagts. Aug ill -Labor b h b rs In eorf renre nt St. Louis n b.pt r' sulutions a-oilrg g-.v rn in. ra by injunction, f ivoring publi.' owr.t r i., ot railways nnd ttitgiaphs, and riftit of " p;. i o b a r a I m s. S p 4 In 1) we k of rn'mrj" atrlke, sulk- r s lost In v act s II a,! mi. S" p l'i--Nlni t. n tb a I mt I (1 wicir- I d was risu't of volley f'.red by deputy nh-rifts H to mob of m'.n ra on out skirt s of La tlm r. Fa. .s.-p II Intf rtaf rorventlon of mlnrrs at ( olumbus. ()., voted to accept compro mise of (j tints a ton ar.l declare oft the trike. Fep !-lT. R. court at Wheeling. W. Va., makes itrpetual ita Injunction Issued dur ing atrike forblddlrg 12. V. Dcba aud oth ers from speaking lu the state. Sep 22 Sheriff Martin and S deputies in dicted at Wllkeabarre, Fa., for murder of miners at lattimcr Sep 10. Sep 27 At (Jlrardsville, Fa., 9 men wound ed In riot over mining troubles. Oct ! Iroopa withdraw from Haseiton, Fa., quiet having been restored; nearly all th miners had returned to work. Nov 2i In Wilmington (III ) coal field, J.ooo minera reaume work.... Wages of 15,ix) employes Increased 10 js?r cent, by Missouri Facltlo Ity. Nov 30 At Olneyvllle. R. I.. "a.Oot) mill operatives received wage advance of 20 per cent. lVc 1 At Youngstown, O., 7.0TO men In limestone and Iron trades received wage advance of from ID to 20 per cent. Dec 10 Coal miners' strike In northern llllnola fields declared off. Dec IS Wages of lo.Ooo window glass workera In 1'iltaburgh district ralaed 15 per cent. i.ynciiixc;"' Jan 50 At Amite City, ... Ilus Williams, John Johnson and Archie Joiner; murder of Cotton family. 6 members. Feb 4 Near lCocklbld. Ky.. Robert Mor ton (colored); for writing Insulting lettc rs to a popular white woman. Feb 17 Near Webb City, Miss., 2 negroes; Incendiarism. Mar 6 At Rock Springs, Ky.. S negroes shot and whipped by w hite caps. Mar 15 At Juliette, Fla., 3 negroes; had murdered John HarfUld and John 11. Tur i;r r. 'Apr !I-Near O'Neill, Neb., Frank Cole: alleged horse thief. Apr Jii At Sunnvslde, Tex., 4 negroes; murder, rape and incendiarism. Mav 1?-At J.fT. Ala.. Nellie Smith and Mandy White (negresses); had poisoned Kelly family. May 1.: At Jrff, Ala.. Jim Nance (nerro); Implicated In poisoning of Kelly family. May 11 Near Rom-bud, Tex., 3 negroes; a;s iult d white rlrl. May ID Near Mountain Grove, Mo., whl'e caps shot John Mitchell and Jack CofT imi nn. Jun 4-At Frhnna, O.. Chas. Mitchell (ngro); 2 lives lost, la citizens wounded In riot preceding lynching. Jun t At Frinreis Anne. Ml.. Wm. An drews (colored); bad Just been legally en Hnre.l to death for assault. Jul 1 rt-Near );l:.a. Ala , Major Terml (ne gro): bad assaulted a whit woman ur.d burned her and her baby to tb nth. Jul ll-At Columbus. Ca., Dr. W. T,. Ryder: bad murdered young woman who had n -letted Mm. Jul 21 Near Jackson's Hole. Wyo., John I). Sargent: for nbue which resulted In wife's death. ...At Fitt.sbt.ru. MIvs.. Jim Sellers (negro): murder. Jul 27 N.-.r Little Rock. Ark .white men named Crownovir and Reach; horse steal-fig- Aug C Near Rarbersvllle. Ky., Jack Wil liams: had ravart-d a deaf mute tirl named iney Ra y. . . .Nea r Spring Hill. Ala., Goo. Turner (negro); attempted ns- Ml lilt. Aug 12 -Near Chamberlne. N. M , Harold Moslt-r (ag-d 1.1), of Kansas City. M.; was visiting with family who had trouble with neighbors over ranch boundaries Aug l'. Near Franklin l ark, Id., a Ch( cag'i suburb, a tramp for murderous as aa ult on a vvoma n. Aug 21 At Williamsburg, Ky., Klrany Sullivan; sent- net d to 2')-vrs. for assault. Aug24-At Abbeyville. Ala., Frank Smith (v iloredi; bad threat in tl to divulge iiunus cf white rappt rs ti grand Jury. Sep 15 At V rsabk-s, Ind., Lvlo Levi. Ib rt Andrews, CllfTonl Gordon, Wm. Jenk ins und liiney Shult r; charged with bur glary. S. ; IS-AI head of Moreau river, S. D., 2 Cllttle thieves. o.-t 15 Near Kendall. Ky., Torn Farker (negro): had killed white cap w ho attack d hi 4 home on Rayou Koratarta, La., Douglass Holtt (colored) ; for running quur ai tine gauntlet. Oct lu-N'ear Wllmot, Ark., . whlto man named Cob-; murder of constable. Oct I'M At Morcrui, A. T., Juan Matb-ra; mur-li red two men. Nov 2 At Carrollton, Ala., Rud Heard; a-iult. Nov 13 At Wllllamsport. N. D.. 3 Indians: murder Spicer family In 1-Vhruary. ., . At ost i tia. Ark., Henry FhllHi m (colored); corifessi-d murtb-ri r. 1 . c 7 At Gardnerville, New, Adam L'ber; murder. Dt! P) N'tnr Wi-sson, Miss, Chas. Jones (negro): murder Mrs. brown Smith und her 4 children. Dec m-At St. Gabriel, La., 2 negroes; charg tl with murder. Dee P5 At Rank.ston Ferry, Miss., Tom Walkr (color d); Implicated In murder of Hrow n family. Dee 23 -At Furmlngton. Wash , Chadwick Marshall and John McDonald; charged with murdtr. mi; n;ono!.o;i( !.. Jan 2 Moorlng.sp.orf , La., almost demol ish, d by cyclone, 4 killed. Jun L I :.uiliiiiake on Klshin Island In l' I'jlan gulf kill, d 2,500 pt rsoiia. Jun 21 -.Most w ide.-.pi ad tdd wavo of ytars r-port-d I rum all M-ciiona us far 1.0 u th us cent ral Tex us und n or I In in Louis iana: tt mpciuturv In iioilliwe.t Horn 15 to 3.) below. Jan 25 At Virginia, Minn., thermomttir ito.td il below. l-'i li 2'1 Th rinonit it rs ngister from II to 4) b. low throughout northwi ht. Mar lVhii;lty uf Jtetltord. Ind.. sufTi rs from fn'shei tt exit lit of JJ.ooo.uoo. Mar lo-JiuUton, O. T 1. early dt.stroyed by j clone. Mar lv-Leeds, Lynn, Jume.s, Hlnton und Merrill, In low a, flooded. Mar l'.-ln W lsct.iu.in, Minn sofa. Iowa, Nebraska, Missoun, Illinois, Ktiituckj, Ttnnts.s.-e, Ar'-iuiisa, Mi.-t.lss. pi and Louisiana, s 1 1 tains become lading tcr iciits; loss of life und prop, ity lm- r.o-n.-i' I ilea, Mms., uiitluil l.y totna- ilo; a l.uiii. r kill. I TeXaa jtiol ile- hiroys bou.il a ul 1'Uim, Denton, Hutch- Im, Hasi.a and Fill Wt.ilh Cjtlolu: h vvi 1 J .s over Lu ke Cb u I It s, ( ia t on, J loi ns by, Idaliu und other Louisiana towns; many 1 1 v s lost. Mar22-'yt lone at Arlington, Ga., wrecks academy bui!.ii:,g, 'J kill. u. . . .Tornudo m ar Abbevilio and (.tiioa, Ala., kills 5 Hot k- ii.gham county, N. II., rhuktii by t-aith-quake. .. .Cyclone In Cynthiana un 1 a.-.h-mgtoii, Hid., wrtcka muiy buiilng.s. . . . Strioua floods ulung Dea Moini.-i 1 1 r lu low a. M r 21 -All Iowa farms In valb ys of Floyd, Hit: Sioux, Ltttlo Sioux, Rock, Jim. Yt.i miliiou a 1 1 1 1 .Ikhorn riv r uii.b r w uu-r . . . . Mankato, Minn., Hooded; 4 iliowiu-d. Mar 2 Austin, 'i fx., xwept I y 1 ycltii.e. .Mar ..0 -i hlt e breaks occur In b V 1 e that protects Mississippi delta Chamib r, O. i' , aliiio.-tt totully ib atroytd by lori.ntio; 4 klli.-U. Mar 21 Gratlys, Ark., almost diMroynl by cyrloiie; 4 killed... .Tornado swtipt ui-ru.si country 4 units (.ml td Sup rl .r, Neb. ...Sevi re bll.ard pti vails oVttWiMt- ciii N bra .ka and Colorado. Apr 2 N-ar Indian Ha, Ark., 5 drow netl w hip., lie. 11, g In lore l 1m ng vs alt 1 s tI U Into rlvti, and a lnul 1) i.ta r M.idlld, Mo Cy clone In Mouth, in part of t k vilund coun ty. Aik.; I kllicd. Apr 11 'i'otal area ur.b r water by Too. Is I5,m aquaie milt .1-7. '."" njuan- milia In Mb'is..ippl, 4.. t-quaic riul.-s 111 Arkan sas. l.iT.s square mil. In Missouri. I,;'1"! lu ii 1. 111 ss.. e and 4.i lu Loui-iana. I- tooth d iiViiruls coiiiHlt.d :i..',oo r.. rniH, v.iln. d ut 4-.... l,l li .m 1 pa I hi 1 eel sol l.'a.-1 t J 1 a i.d i 'ol ks, N. D , lioodt tl h It t I tilt p l.j 1 1 1 ill t I in Hi tl riv er. Apr 5..1-I11 West Guthrie. O. T., d .ud bui .t tloe.i Uinn.-nse U.in,,o;e. .5 ilrowntd. .May II Rapid lull of .M ,s.-,...s; pi iur fiuiu .ltmpliis ta g. i..f g.ie l.uine that gnat II" i was ov I , damage i.u.oiititt o 10 iH...j','-' .ia 25-At 151 I'aso. Tex. glv Ing w ay of lo .1 e .-tr.. e l L) )loU. a. M j y 27 - A t LI i 'a si, i' x , a a cord break In b vie tloes great tlamagu. . , . Vei nioii t hl.i-kt ! by t art!. quake. Jun h-f ii..n at Lytic, Minn., and vi cinity ii " nr. at da mat.- . 1 kili.-d. Juu ls-t')iline tb si r tying farm build In.t of Illinois It. sill 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 for ft t hlc-mlnu-1 tl 1 In. .in 11 ut Lint oln killed 4. Jun 21 - " 1 lorif ri a r S 1 line, Kan , wrecks many buil.'lngs, 3 klllel Much damage done by ),a' at Top. kn, linn. Jul 4 -Ha mum. Minn., partially dt stroyed by tornado. Jul ', -bnvrv, Minn., wiped out by cy clone; II klll -.i Jul - In Chiengo, 21 die. ? driven Insane nr.d f.O prostrati d by oter-.F In nt, many PIo en.-s throughout Illinois, M l.hlrn n. Wisconsin, lown. India', a, oi.Io nnd Ml- 0111 1 . . . . M ut h il.imarp done I v torr n bibi western Kentmky and noutlorti Illinois; m- i nil fa I altt b s Jul 22 - (ion dlmrst strikes Your. rtown, O. ; ntr our,tv east nrid writ 2'i mllrs Ho .'e I Rartl-qunke at S iratog-i. N Y'. Jul 23-Fpprr Kiriton, W. a . almost en tirely wpt away by trriad.; siveral kill'. I. Jul J'l-NViir Pin Jose, RI., eye'one did much d i niag : 7 l db-d. An; 17-N -it r Wllmot. B. D . ? In of snow. S.-pl3-At Fort Arthur ar.l Sabine Fns, Tex . hurricane results In l i dead, many In jured and li.Act'O I jss to crops. Oct 5 Delaware coast swept by worst storm tn li) years; damage. Jl.uco.OoO. Oct 2'5 RUzzirti In euteni Colorado, Ne braska and South Dakota. Nov lo Deatruetlve tornado at Rouldcr and other Colorado towns. Dec 3 Violent earthquake felt at Galena, 111. lec 13 Tornado at Folnt La Hacn. Ia., wrecked buildings and took llfe,...15arth quake at Libunoii. 11L M.tllOLOGY. Jan I Congressman-elect J. J. Davidson, at Heaver. Fa.: aged SH. Jan 6 Minister Willis, at Honolulu. Jan 9-Kx-Gov. Daniel T. Davla, of Maine, at Har.gor; aged 62. Feb 3-Rev. J. A. Rrooks, prohibition can didate for vice prealder.t in lsss, at Mem phla. Tenn. Feb 14 Gen. Joa. f). Shelby, near Adrian. Mo Lx-Congressman John Randolph Tucker, D. D., L.L. D.f at Lexington, Va.; aged 74. F. h 15-Wm. F. St. John, at New York; aged Jo. Feb 17 Rear Admiral F.dmund R. Cal houn (retired), at Washington; aged 75.... c,en. Alf. FUaaanton, at W ashington; aged 73. Feb 22 Rlondln (Jean Francois Gravele), famous rope walker, at London; aged 73. Mar 8 Mrs. Henry Ward Reedier, at Stamford, Conn.; aired Sv. Mar lo Lx-L'. S. Senator Jos. N. Dolph, at Fortland, ore.: aged t,2. Mar 2s Wm. T. Adams (Oolvcr Op tic), at Ronton; nged 75 Mrs. Margaret J. Fronton, well-known writer of bouiliern war poetry, nt Haltlmore. Mar 3' 15x-U. S. Senator Angus Cameron, at La Crosse, Wis.: age 1 71. Apr 1 Hear Admiral Jno. II. Russell (re tlrid), at Washington; aged ". Apr I '-Lx-F. S. Senator Daniel W. Voor het h, at Wnshlnuton; uged 7i. Apr ls-Congri ssman Svth K Mllllken (Me ), nt Washington. Apr 22-Congressman Wm. Steele Hol inun (Ind ), at Washington; n ;.! 75. Ctd. Jesse 15. l'cylon, the father of ccn tenluls, ut Hiiddolitleld. N. J. May 3 l5x-Gov. Albert G Fortcr, of In diana, ut Indianapolis; agfd 74. May 4-Admlral Meade (retired), at Washington. May U-F.x-l'. S. Senator ond ex-Gov. Rlt hard Coke, of Texas, at Waco: ngtd U.S. May 2-F. S. Senator Jos. A. Ratio, at Greenville. S. C....Gt-n. Horatio King, at Washington; aged t:7. Jun ; Rear Admiral Sam. Fhlllips Lee (retired), at Silver Springs, near Washing ton. Jun 9 Alvuh G. Clark, famous nstron-ornt-r, at Cambridge, Mass.: ur 1 I5. Jun 21-CoiigreHsn.un Kdwurd D. Cooko (Chicago). In Washington; a-etl 4S. Jul 5-Kx-Gov. Jno. 15vans. at Detivef; aged K1. Jul h-F. S. Senator Isham G. HarrlH (Ttnn.). at Washington ; ug d 7D....15.X (Vngrcssnian Wm. Sbu.11111 Grueabeck, n. iir (inclnr.atl; ugul M. Jul 2:! llx-Gov. J. A. Morton (N. C ). at 11 art. Mich. Jul 2-'-Lx-IT. S. Senator Jas. R. Dordlt tle, Ht Rdgcvvood. near Frovidtnce, R. I.; aged h2. Aug 1 1 F. S Senator Janus '. George, at Mississippi City, Miss.: aged 71 Con gressman Ashley 1 1. W right, ut North Ad ams, M iss. ; aged .Vi. Sep 27 Rx-Secn tary of the Navy Geo. M. Rub son, at Tr. nton. N. J.; aged :. Oct 2-(lin, Ncal Dow, prohibitionist, nt Fortland. Me.: ag.-d !''. ... II. S. Senator S.tmu.l J. R. McMillan, In St. Faul, Minn.; a.'ed 71. o. t s I-5x-F. S. Stnator Jno. Roderick Mel 'hersoii, at Jerst y City, N. J.; ngetl (II. Oct 12 Lx-1'. S. Senator Charba W. Jon.s (Fla ). at Detroit, Mich. Oct 13 l-5x-F. S. Senator Robcrson, at Co lumbia, S. C o.-t 17-Churba A. Dana, editor cf New Y01 k .Sun, ut Gl.-ncov ., L. I. : aged 71 15x F. S. Senator Algernon S. Ruddock, ut Ilea trice. Neb.; ng.d 157. o.-t p Admiral Jno. l.orlmer Werden (re tlrtil). hero of battle between Monitor and Merrlmac, nt W a-hington ; aged Mi. Oct l'J-Goo. M. Hullmaii, In ad of Falace Car I'umpanv, at Chicago; ng. d r,ii. Oct 2 l len rv (ieorg. candidate for may or of Greater New York and tingle-tax ud voeate ; ac d rs. Nov 2 I5x-F. S. Senator Gen. Thos. A. Ciiru-m in, at Morgn ntowri, N. C.; ar d M. ,uV r-Hx-Gov. Jas. Hindi r, ut Milton, D. I. ; ui; d 7s. Nov - 15-F. S. Senator Nathan I'tllows DKon, at Westerly, R. L: uged f.O Nov 15 15x-Congr ssnian John M. Lorig--1 1 . 1 1 (Va.), prominent colored loan, in Wai-hlngton. u ;d f.S. Nov 2H-KX- 'ongrt r.'niiin Rphraim M. Woriner, at I . bunoii, la.; ag't. f.J. Dc ', I ix.Conrre-siiiitn Ja.-. S. Cotheran (S C), ut New York. Dec l.'-Mrs Nancy .NTcKlnb y, president's nioth'r, at Canlon, O. ; agt d Dee is ) Ix-c'ong rcssma n Chnrles I Chllds (111.), at Hittsburgli Washington Heslng. at Chicago. ng d -1I. Die 2u Hx-Congrcssinan Chas. Daniels, at Rufl'alo, N. V.: ug. .1 i,Il. Dec 23 Fx-Congreasman John Ration (Fa.). In Fhlladt Iplua. iMii.i 1 ic i.. son vi Ri.i.Kiiors ami 151)1 CATION l I't b2 Vt m -'.in lanibltratlon treaty sip red In Washington; commission to consist of 'hi. f Justice Fuller lilld Jtiatlce HlfWer fsr I '. S., and Lord lb r -. In II und Sir Robt. olllii lor Gieal Hiitaln, these to select 11 lift h nn inbi r. lib S-Nbiask.i legislature defeated bill for .vimiun HUiitugu unit luJm nt to coiistl tut Ion. l i b 11-1. R. Fotter (N. Y.) elected presl tl n t League of A mil ic an W ht t Inn n, ul Al bany. N. Y. l-'t bpi-Wfiman suffrage nrnendment lost lu .N.- a, la b gl. nature l.i to U. Feb IV 1 it ..t l.allonal con e r ? s of mot ti ers vi r held asM-mbb d In Washington, )m ! I. gat. s present Mat n l'age (V.i ) elect- .1 pi. -iutnt National J'.u riu rs' Alliance und liidu.sirl.il union, In Washington. lib 2.-. Mis. A1ll.1l Sit veio-.ori rt lected I it !ii nt-gt in ral Diughtt ra of American Revolution, at Washington. Mar o-.Maik llanna (up., O.) uppolnted to I . S. h n.ite. Mar 4-Wm McKlnlev (O ) and Garret A. ilobart (N. J.) Inaugural) d prtsidi-nt and v In- pn s lent of U. S. before Chief Justice Fulb r. Mar 5-Serial ronflrma cabin t appoint ments: Seer, tary f stale, John Sh rman li); a " riiary of tr asury. Lyman, J. (iuge (HI ); FicHiary of war, Husll A. Algr ( Mich ); uttoi n -gt in ral, J...s. M Kunin (iil.); post masti-r-gt n ral, Jas. A. Gary (Mdi: Ht-tittary of navy, Jno. D. Long ( Mass.); sei re tary if Intt ri.r. Coritt Ilus N. Hlisa (N. Y.I; secretary of ailculture, Jas, W Us. .11 ( I u I. Mar 15 Fifty-fifth congress convened In extraordinary M-snbm; T. H. R ed reelected Kpeak. r of bouse of 1 pi t st iilallves. Mar 22 F. S. suprt rue court tb ebb tl (Jus tl. ts lit id. (iruy, Shlras and W hile ills-s.-nllng) that agreement uf Tr.i lis-M issour I i 'night a -so. iatloii to maintiln rati a wil h In Its 1 1 iittt.ry waa a violation of uia.-tiutt law of Is.-i. Mar 21 House of r prt M ntatlvi s passu! (2i,;, to l.'2 Dingh y turiif bill. Apr c.-Carter II. H irristn (.1. 111 ) min of late Mayor Harrison, k ctt d mayor of Chi 1 a go Ar 12 I'r sl l nt names Si r utor Wol cott (Col.). C. J. Fallm (Hospu,) and ex Nice Hn iti. b ut Stev nsoii ( III ) as j-orninls-Kioto 1 1 to intt 1 nail inul monttury coniir- 1 nee. Apr 2V-.M Mobile. Ala . 752.1 international con v i, t ion of V . M. C. A. on v cm a. . 1 r 27 Grant mormon nt Ii augural pa rale Wltro t -t d by 2. it -o.i.fl pt-opie; lattb -nhips of in.i! r. aliens .trio ipale In naval par. i b, and Frtsi l nt ,b l.lnuy sptuk.s at tomb. Apr 2swiIII.ini J. I dl.no (rep., Ky.) i lect ed to U. S st 1. a te. May l-'H nn. sun cer.tt r.rdul exposition up 11. -I at Niishv lib-. May 5-F. S. .nate rt fus d (II to 2'I) to ratify g- n ral arbitration lit ,-tty with l.ng I 1 nd . . . I Inlv 1 rs.il post al 1 1 ngrt is eon vt m s in Wn&hlngton, 7.j couutiles hi Ing rtpre Hi rii d. May 1') Aim rlcan Raptlst Home MlsMon nty aoiitty In ann ual it s.tion In 1 Ittaburgh, la. May 2o - L. S. at rial e 1 us d (II to 1 It ri o iul it'll i t cogn.atUuc Cul, an l II gt ri m y . . . , llou-ie of n pr. ntatlv s unanimously ap propriates . .".mm for it Ik f of Ann ri an t it- U- m In Cuba National l.ood Citizens' t tiiiv nth. n In Nashv lib-, 'li iin., n.bipu d r s , lull. ins t tiding to pi 0111. d ton of goodt it. liiilii (die bun drid and Mr th general assembly of I 'resbytt rian 1 huri h meets at La; le Like. Ind l Jun 2 - Intt rm. llomil romrnrrel.il confer- nte opened In Fhlladt Iphla. Frt a. Me kin It y -pt .klni- Jun P Irving Rous" fleeted prisldtnt of nnrs.-r) men, nt St. I.oult. Jun 1.-l i.lv r.uil pnstul congress nd- J.OIl 111 I Jun l Stewart L Woodford (N. V)p. pointed Mini it r to Spain. Jun 17 American Railway tinhm (R. V. D i ". Pr' s ) 1 bar gr d name of nrgar.latlon to "Social i in... r.fv of A inei i. a." nt1l n bipi'-d tleel 1 rat Ion of rim I pies 001 Ilnlns; ,r... 1 scheme for a eooperatlvt' mm. limiiw e ilih .Ion 2!-(ien Jno R. C.nrden rerbrtl d een eral eomrn m ler nf Fnlied Confrdi rate vt f t rail:, at Nashville, Tenn. Jul 7 Tariff bill rassea IT. S. aenate 51 to H... .Young Fcople'a Society of Christian Kndeavor convention opens In 11 simul taneous meetings In Pan Francisco. Jul p Trana-M laslsslppl congress, at Salt Taike City, adopts reaolutiona favoring Ha waiian unnexatlon. construction of Nic aragua canal, recognition of Cuba and free coinage of silver. Jul li House of represe ntatlvea adounted (1S5 to Hi) conference report on tariff bill. Jul 25-Dlngley tariff bill passed (4U to 20) IT. S senate and algr by president.... I'resldenfs currency rerorm message nn reived by congresa referrreil to finance committee by aenate, recommendation adopted In a bill In house, after which both branches adjourn sine die. Jul :"J Frilled States larue of Rulldlnsr and Loan associations elect L. NV. Sanborn (111.) president, at Detroit. Aug 4 League of American Wheelmen meeta In Hhlladelphla. Aug h National Christian Alliance con vention opens In Cleveland, O. Aug 13 National encampment O. A. R, open at Ruffalo. N. V.; addressed by Frea. McKinley on 24th; J. F. 8. .obln U'a.) elected commander In chief on 20th. Aug 2t5 New American party launched In St. Louts by convention of delegate from 9 states; Col. 1-5. II. Sellers (Detroit), chair man; platform demands demonetization of gold and silver andan unlimited paper cur- rtSep I Fx-Gov. Hoard (Wia.) elected pres. Idem of Farmers' nutional congress, at SU 1 Oct 14 Resignation of Justice Stephen .1. Field (U. S. supreme court) to lake effect Dec. I accepted. Oct 15 Kvangellne Clsneros, who escaped from a Cuban prison, signs declaration In New York of Intention to become an Amer ican citizen. Oct 2I National Womcn'a Christ Ian Tem perance union In twenty-fourth annua con vention at HulTalo, N. V. Oct 3.1 Tennessee Centennial exposition nt Nashville closed; total attendance alnre openlm:. 1.750.ooO. Nov 1 I'nloii Fad Mo road sold by gov ernment to reorganization committee at Omaha, for J.',.x.5,74S. , , Nov 2 -Robt. A. N un W yck (dem.) elected mayor of Greater New York; Roger NVol cutt (rep.) governor of Massachusetts, a re publican legislature in New Jersey; In Ohio Gov. Rushiull (rp.) reelected, with a re publican liglslatlve plurality; Leslie M. Shaw (rep ) governor of Iowa; Maryland it ts r publican legislature; I. HogeTj r (di m.) elect, tl governor of N Irginla w ith d, -mot ratio legislator-: republic una ret 9 out of hi Judaea In Kansas; fusion ticket wins in Nebraska: Ktiitin ky legislature Is democratic; hiuI South Dakota republicans tb t t It out of K Judges. Nov 15 Compact between IT. fl., Russia nnd Japan to protect seals elgncd In N asn- ,nNov'l&-l'resldent signs treaty adopted by universal postal congress ...Aaron Jones Gn.l.) elect. I worthy master of Na tional Grange, rt 1 l irrlsburg. 1 a. in c -(.'has. NV. Hunt (N. V. elect pres ident of American Society of Mechanical Knulnei rs, in New York. I,,.,. 4-!ov. Griggs (N. J ) accepted ap prlrtment lo be uttorney-general in Ire. SlcKlnley'a cabinet. Dec 13- Nmerlean Federation of Labor In 17th annual convention, at Nashville. Tenn. 1 Dec 14-U. S. Senator J. W. Dan e (Va.) reelect .!. ...Frederick Frab y. or Fhl adel Ithla, r .-elected president of national board of trade in NVashtnuton... .Cabinet ofhVers n tend funeral of Mrs. Nancy Al ison Mc Kinley. during hours of which business w as Kiispt i-.d.-tl In Canton. O. . Dec 15-Southern bankers In convention nt Ntlanta fuvor coinage of more gold and silver am! retirement of treasury notes. D. c P5 Joseph McKenna (Cal ) nominat ed to bo associate Justice of U. S. supreme court. ... . 17 Carl S. hurz reelected preslJent of National Civil Service Reform league. In ai-ssloii at Cincinnati. Dec is Samuel dumpers elected presi dent American Federation of Labor at Nashville. . , , Dec 21-Jcslnh Qulncy (dem.) reelected mayor of Honton. D.-o 22-R) clprodty negotiation between U. H. and Germany suspended. SM)ltTI(i. Feb 7 Nllson. of Minneapolis, become professional skating champion and J. IC McCulloch, of NVinnlpeg, amateur, at Mon treal. pv-h 1T A C, R. & q. train from Chicago to Denver made the l.iC'5 m. In l.ia59 min. Mar 17- Fltzsliiimoiis In prize fight at Carson Cliy. Nov.. with Corbrtt won world's champlonslilii and 915.0O0 in llth round. Apr 10 Tlllle Anderson (Chicago) won fl la. (12 bra.) blcyclo race lu Detroit, making- 2d 111. Apr 2: Kugene Taylor, linotype operator ut Denver, Col., set Pd.S 0 ems In 8 bra. May 5-R. 15. Reach swam (Indoors) 100 yds. In I in 1-5 at Chicago. May (.-Farmer Martin F.urns defeated Dan S. McLcod In wrestling match at Davenport, la., for world s championship. May 14-Cunard line steamer Lucatiia went fr m New York to yueenstown In 0 il is. 11 hi s r.l min. May 2'i Liicr tla, Rorgla, 4-yr-old filly, m ole 4 m. In 7:11. nt Oakland. Cal. Jun 21 ('. II. Henderson lowered blcyclo road record for lot) in. to (5:30:211, at Denver. Col. Jun 21-F. C. Van de Sande made i tn. In f.l 3-5 hi eon. Is , on n Chicago bicycle track. Jul 1 Walter O. Sanger (cyclist) won 2out of 3 '3-m. heals In race against Albatrous, famous pacing horse, ut Colorado Springs. Jul 2 Mt R ynolds ami Curruthcrs (tan dem bb yt lo pair) lowered World's records; 1-3-m . u:3i 4-..; 'j-m., 0:55 3-&; 2-3-rn., 1:17 2-S, at Color ado Springs. Jul ;-Wi sb y Robinson and John Dresher (land, tn cyclists) rotle from Orange, N. J., to Atlanta. Ga. ( I. ono rn.). in b)Uys. Jul P.-I5. II. Ten Lyt k (American enrs maii) won finals In great diamond acull rae. -a at Henley. Rng. Jul 17-Harry Sidw 11 (amateur) rode 1 m. In 1 :l'i 2-5. at ( int innatl. Jul 2i Lizzie Glaw (woman blcyrle charn plolil rode 27 in. In 1 br. nt Toledo. O. Jul 21-Star Fotnter tlefeated Joe Fachcn, at Chicago. In 3 straight in. -hints. Aug 2 Hcdro, carrier pigeon owned by Feu r Tollons of South Rend. ilid.,tlew lAHO m. In 2s hrs. Aug : John Flanagan threw IC-lb hatn iiur 1.7 ft. '4 In. Aug 4-RalphOregoryand Ren Kelleyron tand. rn (unpaml) in. In 0. 55', at Scran ton, Ha. Au,' is-Star Folntcr paced I m. In F5!'i. at R.-atlvtlle. Mass. ...A. L. I lachenbr rger rodo P,i m. on bicycle (unjiaced) In 6 hrs. 13 mill., nt 1 . -river, Aug 30 W niters, on a London track, rode Rn in In 3:25;.a "-5. S p t.-Gco. V. Clatk dived Into Chicago river from height of li,5 ft. Sep Is Michael rode 25 rn., at Roston. In 45.5.S4-5. Sep 23 -NV stern league and Western as sociation bast bail Hubs close season with Indianapolis nnd Cedar Rapid club hold ing respective pennants. Sep 27 J. NV. Stoi ks broke nil world's rec ords from (1 to 2:1 111., going latter distance In Ll:..l 2-5. In London A. 15. Jackson, of Chatham, (mt,, and Chas. Roberts, of To ronto, rode 2'i" m. in 13 hrs. 25 min. Si 2.'-A. 15. NValli rs lowered every rec ord from :i to t'i in , golnij l4 m. in l:o5.10 1-5. and M m. In 2:7;" 4-5. , o. t 3-Natlonal league baseball season close I with the tluht standing In the fol lowing positions: Rosum, ,;i,,; Haltlmore, N w York, .CI; Cincinnati. .571; Cleve l.ii d. .."..'7; Wnshltigton, .4. 2: Hn.oklyn, .4.I2 liitsburgh. .45s; Chicago, .417; Fbiladt iphla, .417; Louisville, .4'Hi; St. Louis, .221. O.t 7-M!thal rode 1 m. In Fhlladelphla. In 1 :.''! .v'. x thoroughbred horses in r hiv won i.-m. rat u ugalnst 4 crack cyclist by 5 yd. In ..:..'. Oct is -John R. Gentry and Robert J. In team paced 1 m. at Gb-n Falls, N. Y.. In 2: S. Oct II Haltlmore club won Temple cup In Last ball contest with Roston, a.-curlr.g 4 of 5 r 11 it s played. Oct 27 Dan Mcl.eod won world's wrest ling 1 ham plon ship from "Farmer" Horn. o. t ;s Chile Mi Ruble rode 2 m. In 3:24, at Fhiia b Iphla. Nov 12 ( has. M. Murphv role I tn In Ri. 4-5. nt New York M it. hat I rode 15 m. I:i III :i'7 2 5. st Chi ago. Nov 13-l'nlvi rslty of Wisconsin In foot ball game defeated U. of Chicago, in Chi V.i I'n; sc.,re. 23 to K. Nov 25 In fotubnll games In Chlcr;n Tbar.ki.ivlng .lay Fnlverlty of Chicago tl. f. ai d F. of Michigan, Chicago Athletic 11 ssocla t bui defeated New Jersey associa tion, and the I of Wisconsin tlefeated Northwestern Gil ) team. In Fhlladt Iphla IT. of F nnviv anla tb-ft nted Cornell. Nov Ti-Frilon Faeltic' fast m ill made CP.) m. In 1 ntn.,-f rom Cfo vi one to ( imaha. D"-e 4-Slo..s.,ri won (,-das. billiard m.iteb in New Yoi k, dt featlng Ives In last game by 2 point s. lce 1 2 C. N. Milb-r. ef chlrsKn. won (. tla. bicycle rice in New York, inak Ing 2i 'i C. H. Hu-kb-y became eh impi-m quaii eater of wot II. having rati n 2 a day lor 20 liinn.viillve .las D.c 17 -" K Id" McCoy whipped DanCree dori Iii pi-it for w orld middle-weig in champl -oiiilp at New York. D-f :-; -W nt,r ( sir ger made i rn. at Milwaukee Iti I min rt D. Frank McDinU ls Jumpetl on, ska'e 31 ft. 7 In., at Mlnntepclu. Q 0 o a.