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We Give lh* New* ®l)e pflilt) otttwr White It Is Fresh. VOL. III. PRICE THREE CENTb (iRKENCASTLE INMANA. SATl'ItDAY JAMAl. Y 1 189«. TEN CENTS PER WEEK. \Q <p HNANUE DISCUSSION LOW Illll.r TEMPERATUIU Pr;(lVAILS. ■ '■•1.1 \V... I u.-r lc.|,.,rl..l rrcim ' ■ i- In Iks Moll,.,, .t. Mr. Elkins' Bond Resolution Causes a Sl■ '' '' ■ • ■■ ' Lively Senatorial Debate, "'■, ■ ih. i- SHERMAN'S SPEECH A PRELUDE. '"" " ''■■' "■ > - ■ • w*«w "" '—*" "l" Ml,k" • V"t"r"' f"'" Httron,S | | ,,„,. „,,, c.f llir I'..;. * ..I II..- A.lu.li.i.lr.l P| w T BBrn, I.ssll. Hot M Use i. to .:. i...ri .ii.iv -.ii.-iii i..r ii,. Bond The weather b 16 below at UIII MkHMiMato DaluthandUolgary;94b I \ WtmmnoH, Jan, i.-Th- senate i;,''1 . ■ .... _■■ "v, ;»,l^\N'"ii'ini|. -n and :■88 •In■k•m•-a■l ■ Biat- heard ■ stirring debate yesterday, uilv report d. STILL MARCHING ON, BUSINESS CONDITIOHS. OHIO RIVER MYSTERY Repoits on Trade Matters by Dun &. Spanish Army Utterly UnaWe to Check Co. and Bradstrcct's. the Advancing Insurgents. MARTIAL LAW IS PROCLAIMED. I IKUKI iiiidkiii being Iba main theme. Mr. Sherman'* speech, which had 1..•«,, anticipated with much bttaraM I name dim-. 111 itl;it«■■ i the liluiini.il ill- ii —urn. The HMM MMHHT WUH in good voice Mid bin ft]K'<i'h was closely follow.i| t-r.-d 7 l*|ow /.on y.-sterday morning tfrrough.iut Thin, however, wasmen a'"' '-' 1:'-' night. The Mississippi IVa prelude1, un u...i|»rt.Ml u„.„,-,,i !i'.);Vr'V"1'1'"' "ST8* ""'','""•':•v,-"r; ' J" . ,__ ' _ , »J It WM 90 below at Albert Lea and controversy, \ng, mm and personal in IB at Watcrtown. Can Oreai has ItlssMatpfi <>n aha lee. DATI •>■■ ■ . b . .i.in i. Iba signal ■errim reports a (all in tepsntnn nan of 87 degrees. The thermom tar ra| - <•hur.nlIT Mr. Klkius of West Vir-ginia sought to secure an immediate vote on his resolution, directing that nil bond issues lie advertised anil the bonds offered to the public. Mr. Hill attempt-ed to have the resolution referred ton row. committee, but on a rolleull the vote WHS overwhelming in favor of proceed-ing with the question. Mr. Hill spoke vigorously against the resolution, lie assorted that Mr. Sherman when - tary of the treasury hail made bOM 001 trails with Hew York syndicate! sum lar ti the one now- assailed. Tliis brought on a sharp persona] debate, in erman. Mr. Ii participated. \i MO o'clock the senate agi Ijourn, although the n tion e. ii- oarried I bare majority of one. i Daring the day Mr. Merrill, from finance oomruil tee, r. i .. t d i hal tariff and bond bills would be readj Tuesday, to wlneh dnj the .'■ ante . minted Besslee ui tin- H..H..,-. The aeaaioB of tin- house yesterda; was short ami merely formal, ami urn Of I'm mil ' Won Of a fOW bli. nothing wa- i.one. lui . ' ill.- ,'11'- linn Eought on a pel biota Mr. Hill. Mr.She r. Tailor ami othen p ■•■•or of i ".i. II,-.. Kniri-r. CmrnKi. Jan. 4. —Karly this morning the thermometer Indtntod IB degrees below zero, ami the signal service prom-ises roMer weather tonight ami Minor- ThepoUoa stations ami relief MI-NI i. overrun bust night with up pli atmns for aid fioiu the destitute and sui., ring, /.-r.i MI lii.liiiiiap.iUii. Is Mi'ni.i., Jan. 4.-Many ther-iii". i -inn tin- morning registered ■ temperature, while home graal * • three oV gn as, C. • illler. II i i'air; cohi. r; norths Hun,,' : tvilder In onthi .i-t par tion; hght DI i rlj vrii DEAJ BODIES. INW.M; HI AGKBB. Silver s. MII..I-. N..I V.-l It. ;i-ly l.i II. | „rl Their sulisl il ill.- UIII. \VVSIIINI,i.is. Jan. i. — The tenati liiiaiiee <iiiiimitI■•■• did not oondnd) its coiisi I. ration of the booae bill j i -i The failure was due to the tart that tfa ;ilver majority of the oommitteewna on-able to agree upon the term- of the sub ,:.,.,i pi a,|,| -.■:( y, ar-. i--pe. 11\ ,-!y ,ir. Mitnte winch therpropoae to report fbr >i ..i missing, it is thought th. th.-b use hill. The metiilsTs fiivoiahle nndor the mini, which WOOld swell tin to silver, inoloding BenatoraYoorheea, Hurns. Vest. Jones of Arkan-;is ami Walihiill, Democrat*, andJonea, P pe list, wen' in i.i.il .. II .- for an hour 1H-- f«jra the full committee met, bat they found the taek of preparing a bill to wiiich all could agree sopu'what inori coiuplie.tleii th.'iii they uajgkip.r>-.i. ami wen- compflle.1 to ask for nTor.- tune The Id-publican memben "f the com lllltte. W.Te 111 Conference fbr SIMl.l] hours, devoting the greater part of the time to the tariff hill. Th.v are dis pond to give more attention to this mea-uie than to tin- h ml hill. Tin v consider that the latter hi- IH-.II virtual- Iv taken <"H of their hands, ea tin- ma j.irity is against them, but consider it pii--ihieth.it the tariff hill may bo so modified as t . get it through. ITAII A HTATK. I HI.I -i IIIIMIIII. I.r.imitl .it Hie Mnrmnn ... i - a Star In I lie Flax. '.VASIIIM.IHN, Jan. 4—The president today issued his proclamation, in con-formity with the act of congress, stat-ing that the piiiplo of Utah have com-plied with all of the requirements of the law providing for the admission of Utah to the Union, and declaring that the territory has passed out of existence and that Utah is admit ted to the family of stuti-s The new officers will begin the discharge of their functions on Monday. The people of Utah are naturally show-ing an Ulti n-i interest in every step be-lug made in Washington, and Private Secretary Thurber has heen importnned to telegraph immediately to Salt Lake the tlrst news of lie- signing of the proclamationandto piaauue HI ruin biatorioa] relic the pan witfa M hii b ''resident ( h veland aftixea his signa-ture in tie document BaaaM >>t Iba WmrtKM la Be Chaaged li'ini Hie j'-,i\in.-.- ni Halaaaaa to iia-aaaa nn.i PUMU daj itm \.itti..i i.,- I ■ ir UN I |>' i-.'iu III It.i.iin.i I'litlllu- I - l». I l e,, ,| ,, | II \\ v s \. Jan. 4. — The luithi"- confess the grave fouditi.ni nl liming martial law for the prov-liiie- of llixiina and I'inar del Km. Maximo Ci nil./ has declared hia pnrpoao to In nitrate into the proMtice of I'inar del Km. AlthOUgfa In- t'on-e- have not yet re.i.-h.sl the lurders of that provim-.- tin- -II in,n of the nuthortties is under ■toad to badlOMt that they have no hopes of preventing him from carrying out his threat. It is not only the organized armed force of the. advancing insurgents that the Spaniard- in this city llnd them-selves compelled to prepare again-t, but the irrcsistil.1.. progress of the insurgent army from one end of the island to the other has serv.si iiutiicisclv to increase the luildiinan of their ijinnalliliim. who have hitherto r.-maimsl pas-ive non-coiuliataiits. If the-e were to see the 0 naion for » successful stroke there is no doubt that gnat muWJIMl 111 the insurgent tune- would be gained in the provinoei of Bnvana and Pinardal Rio, and there are grave fears thai an n i 'i .-.n. ivould occur in the city ol But vaua itself. It is not by j:iv ii ii'is to ba oon-sul.- re.i thai he a- parent lank ol hi ■ ofehi lenew advanceahownby ti . ... haa led to the c ■ mtiou ofeffi i" prereni Span '-Ii fo DI I II ill -la- I f the a va ita. Prom time to time i bej ai Diaaaed al vi hat is con-eul point in the ad with tin about a n hit h the Spanish mili- . certain would reaull i i cutting the insnrgenbi t> pieces, ian the onrivalled anil and generalship shown by I hvmei ami his li.-uteiianl- In .i\ ncta trap* ami in carrying hi - tolj planned barriers of the Bpaniib have served to gn 11:\ i. irage the leaden on thai sale. Their i loaive antaj i iat n.-ver to in- within their reach, and yet always intl'itim.'the most scrinus dam-age upon iMn i ii- lory. additional information received last evening ih. wi that the bmrgenti hawi DM the cane Belda of the plantation of Santa Ten-a, near Sin Nie la-. which is some di-lane. ea-tward of Me lena ami in. r Mount Gnanamon. The Cubans have also burned the fields in I the districts of Nueva Pan, Guinea, San Wool and Palonque, between Ouinei nun .' i. 'a " . ,'..r.i has also l.e.11 rn-eivi^l that tin-i- rgi nts have burned the cane fields on the Salvador i' intation in the I beno district, and also the Bncrnoljada ami Mumv Belda ai I .the plantation of Delta in the district of Sagna. The vil-theel'ih !•• i:n. -'i.'.:. in. charges made llu„ ,,,- z,,],.,,.,,, ,„ ,i, district ofCaibar-by lionl Donrava regarding the recent [en. hnbeenbur I and the railroad int. ni it ivial yaeht cluh racs. It will bridge OTOT the n..r llanahana do-app I the testimony that the Mr,,v,.,i arl lias begged the real question al i- i/,,,,,,,,, Banden, kM thml in coin-no. The committee will present the mand of the innrgnt fbnea, hn tnna-test'. moiiy in a purely judicial maiiner fermi hJa hnadonarters to aspot between Quinea and Sabana, which is not tax fioui .laruco. S.haiia i- not much more KBW Tone, Jan. 4.—It. Q. Dun & Oo ' • we if i.v i< -V of trade todaj The e HIM t'ne eompl 1,191, sgi'in-t 18,886 in 1894, but ' gut. of Ii ties ii iligbtl] gieater, $178,196,000, against 81 I, no that i e p.-r failure is 818,194, in 1894. Kemark.ilile ••ontra-l- iir. sle wn this week in pi teriala and manu-factured products. Compared with Jan. 1. I K'.ir,. pi ie. I e. .11 II rose ol.7 |»T cent at tin- highest point and 47.1 at the clo.-e. but cotton goods only 16.8 at the liigli,-t ami II '• at the elo-e. llid.-- ion 75.6 at the highest point and 18 at the .'lose; leather 18 at tin- highest and 91.4ai the olon, and boots ami shoes 87.9 ai the highest and 18.6 at the clow. Wo ll i ■ . . -it tin- highest point and li.'.i at the close, but woolen goods rose only '„ of 1 p.-rcetit at the highest point, closing a -hade weaker Silk 14.11 at the high.-i punt and 10.7 at the cb se. The cotton and wheat pr.idiicers suf-fer, ii much by wild speculation, although th. acreage of the former had been mnch restricted The large crop of corn has IU-SO materially affected prices of meats. II.,11,lav llullii.x. NKW YORK, Jan. I—Hrnl-tii-H's to-day says: The woaV whloti ended 1896 and ushered In iK!"i has bant very dull in mercantile circles, as is usual at this period. The volume of Im-iiii -. DM fallen aw.iv sharply, owing to the nan y. .it's holiday and itook taking. Job- I. r- in leaiimir lines at many centers, how I Abandoned SkiiTand Female Clothing Fojnd on Blue River Island. MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD MISSING I'rars Are lailerlalni-.l Tlnil a 1'raarily Ha- II.-,-i, lain, I,.I Mo, Loses ll.illi 1.-1 ,,i,.l on.- H.uei r.. • .,,-<- 1.1 1 npna .... 1. , a.1 M.-.-tini; ,i| lt„- -l.il.■ II.K'I-wn> lni|ii-<)\. ,,,, nl \ -1.1 nit leu ll.-lnn. LKAVI SVMIHII. Ind.. Jan. 4.—This tow n i- ag -.- witn u itatnsml 11 disapp araiiee of a woman and Child at Mine Kiver island. Ris-enirers on a down packet saw a man. ne.-onipanied by a woman ,iud hid B, in a skiff ar that point. I,eiin,,x (inmes. a li-henuiin. found the skiff abandoned, mid upon itivi-stigatioii di-.over.d a lnindle con-taining si nne child's clothing, a woman's dress and a pair of st.K-kings. All tlir,^' are missing, and the people fear a tragedy has h.-.-n enaite.1. MAIMKII FOK i.irr. II..I h IIIH I 'il Tl< I IIOIIUI !>. r,^iit. iiiiu«i.--i i.iuit, w.i- rsrsaadsd fcy I.- 1" I,.i tin- .lub. I W an. I.—A gang of rol b d i \ ticket offloeal llllllti.e t,,||. |l . .,,, , - ■ »• tate home for feebleminded, snia p I to do tie Job. Thej then took the ■ y and skipped. The i».\ -t,-,| hist night It dill tint le lie i-ro ,k- had ii.-truet.-d him to oonmil i d-mm: crime. I ii-.il i-.-.l .lu-l lii ri»ie. LA< RAW I . imi . Jan. L — Bdward Barm -. u hurt by s failing tree ■ few days a, i of Ma Injuries, The dav befoi dent 1 lai DI - Ji.ul his life inaurad lor 86 006. Kiikuni.i I'lotliliiK llralrr A«alsn". KIIKOVO. Ind . Jim. 4. —I). Straii". clothier al this place,assigned yesterday with assets amounting to $]0,iKm and lialnl ioo. A. L. Thallium wa-appointed anignae. II inI a llan.l Amputated I • iil»r nf ll^lnv l'r,u,.|i. TWO MORE i, 11.in. ih.- ii.aii, i I.I , saaed B] III. -I. LoSdi lAlil.i^i.in. Lot -. Jan. 4. D from the : the buildings on North which M K plosion of !i "' rhursd j Their i MeArtbiir. ::."i yean old, and I. . i employes of the Excebuor wire factory. • ind under tin- debris horned to a oriap, and were only raoog III/.HI l.v the clot mi : ' ni" of the had the h ad cut off and the Other WBS minus a lag ami arm an I rfo i> mutilated. H. s Williami and Onarlas Ericsson, Baal i-ailM- .if IU-IIIK Kxni.isii. Ind., .fan. 4.—John Jones had one hand and both feet amputated in consequeiH f having these i ninlier-fro/ eii while stacking lumber at Eywta last Tu -ii j Mr Jones i- in the am-pl,, y of Taylor A- Onto, lumbar 8MB** chant- of I: iffalo, N V. Me i llitie l:,. II in. . Hill, ■teepga Al'KOHA, Ind.. Jan. I. — Miss Ron Tritenh.iek of Cincinnati, while visiting at Vevav. indulgcl in a gap that dislo- OBtod her jaw DQBM, II1^ Il». .11 INPI ' .r.o.ii Jan ni lassslastssk ■"-• ■'"""-• lMinNM.ni.iiij.Jaii. 44..—TThhee IInnddiiaannaa "'"'•"V :t of a better.,., Highway Implement aaaodation will iiok in iIn- ii lar fn ni-.-. I,, ■ , 7? i . - ,.- ,, wheat tflour included as l"'1","" ' »™ i,""";ll,"l"d"l-'il ' • w beat i liom both o Is of the 1 i it-. os tl • buahi Is, con .. Itfa 8,112,000 i els in til. ' yea- 166,0 i busfa 1 - in tl wi le two yean ag nrt* I unusually h »vy this week amounting it Is. .% - is a-, i' " at there is ci siderah i in i- i e In I he number i lives of ti. I luri«. the total report point d to lug U>8 t 816 I.i-1 a ft in tl e wi eh on j tu aj o. state! se i n Jan. B, P Idi ut .1 \. Mount will deliver an - i "Our Batter Bi u tar a lich en-em. ni of road buiht-ing will be i i .... will talk o.i the - i■ ■ i i.ii.n on in R Tin- latter ■ i by in. ir the associiii itive i nnitiiitti ■ id r the corn li t labor 1-ni. to eight. WILL CtNSURE THE EARL. \,,rk Vie-Ill I lull < nil Wll Report \ — .t.II-i lMinrii\*-ii. Nnv V.HIS. Jan. 4.—The Pre— this nmrniui lb' IV.-s i- able to state opon I i b -i of authority the| gfthoreport now in preparation foi seiit.ition to the New York Yacht , lub of the s|K^ial committee appointed by and will -. i-i.i' th« nil. SATOLLI TAKES THE OATH. Adinii.l-l.ie.l I" Hie He" I iir.Mml al BBS «:,ih..in- Lasjasna, WASIIINHTOX, Jan. 4.—The oath of of-fice reqairiKl to 1„- taken by a cardinal was annum-"red to Mon.-ignor Satollt lentarday in in- private ohnpeloftiM Oatholn legation. The duty wiis Jier fonned by Monsignor Sharretti, the than BO mile- fi.ui this city. KKAIIi KOK A HASH. lii-ii s-' II'- A|,|inr,-iill> MalifiiK B s in Advance l>lrri-ll> I |i,m Havana. HAVANA, Jan. 4.—The insurgents are apparently making a swift advance ,h raotly upon Havana. The advance guard of their cavalry under (iencrul PLACCD UNDER RESTRICTIONS. Stow lio> le si,,,, in, ii,-.i,i,.,. i inam-i: aii.-e ..i ^I'.uir.-.ii Alder a. M W . it': U . Jan. I I'ne new city bill Which has just p.—dthe IIU.IK. I lature provides thai hereafter every a 1 dennaii of the city of Montrealwhi votes grants In aTonaj afavailabli ap propriations .hall l,e psnonaily rajpon-sii. le therefi r and shall lose the right of sitting in the eity ,- uneil for live var- This is done win ■ view t i stopping ! the i-eckles. extravagance indulged m bj aldermen for seven] years, Which ; has placed the finances of this .H.V m a ■ ible condii I n It is also prorided that the city treaa- : urer shall be personally responsible for erery sum of moneywnhsh he shall pay. knowing it exceeds the appropriations Noted by the eolilli il. W..11I1I N..I ISSM SB lu.piiiellnn. I'.I-IIIS. Jan. 4.—Judge Sherman, in the equity session of the superior oourt jtesterday, refni ' the application of A. UIII A Co., clothing maniifa. tur.rs Of this city, for all injunction ai nn-t the officers of district council No. '-.' of the United Garmentworken of America to compel them to desist from ouroulal hag caids and haiulliills said to he d.-tri n i ni ii to the inisin. -- of petitioners. Annlliei- ri-,-sl.l,-iil,itl c il II , TOFBXA, Jan. 4.— Kxi'bi. f .lu-tin- AH ert llorton has entered Assin'iute Justin David J, Brewer ni BepubUoan i-.iiniidate f,,r tin1 presidency. KII.IH-. ,,t N,, ( ..,,i. n,;ii Presssetogs, Jan : i ■ i dent Debt Of I .ei-i.an Hallway onionaaysthere must i«- amiai - in- patch) - from < Bncinnati to ■I thai Judge Taft of the I nited ourt had w i rruled ■ demorr r filed by hi- (Debs') counsel in a eon-tempt pro i - ding Si far a- I tabs knows there have been no proceedings in contempt against him in Judge Taft'i ■■ourl. ' <i,,l,l I nr l.<|.„rl. \V v-iiiMii ■ IN . Jan. 4—The treasury lost $1,000.1X10 in gold for expert ye-t.-i- ..!. which Lav.-- the true amount of the gold reserve 861,646,046. BRlCF MENTION. ' auditor uf the legation and designated l.icr.t was. at latest accounts, at Ijii-paste, which is only IS miles from (iuanaba.oa the latter being hut a sub-urb of Havana, live miles from the city. where a bathing beach fr-qninted hy the citizen- of Havana l- loOStod, General I.icivt. with his cavalry. seems to be but a scouting party in ad-van. .• of the insurgent wiuircommanded by l^nintin Bandana, Word noalTCd from l-i Oatelina, a town between Guinea and Bainos and aboutadoaan (ram Lapei to, reports thai then are indications . I' a rapid a,Ivan,- IIIOM men! Inc naidamble ton the part of the wing of the insurgent army iindi r Ifandera. as nbleg.it" for the ocoasioa Monsignor Stehpan of the bureau of OathoUfl In-dian mi-ion-aiid Father! iillespie of St. Alovsiu- church were the witn The cardinal went to Baltimore today MH II. i. IMIIIIIIIK In • Him.la, l!i ,i i KM>is.(lue., Jan 4.—Prepar-atioiis are making to lynch Valentin.• Shoriis, th. inunlerer. A mob of BOO in.ulo .,,, mi the jail v.-'- i,l.,\ . but went av.iiv win II told " not then. I'll'' 1,;"" '"■''' niained, how-ever. urn. drumming up forces Private i ' « states that MX) are o iug fr i Va leyfle d, the men*of the iniirdei lo.n.i \,. u..:..- -in V-liiiis-i.iu. LOMDOK, - iuopl- Diulj N v that ti.. ^ »l there Was a I-I --ilighter of Ann D-inns a! ' CHAROrD TO THE MAFIA. DIE STRONG I.- IN THE FAITH. A ■ h ii• i. ioi BTT.iiOObaa beet in ias i )m I'I.I etty trenury. The remans nf M i-s Mary !-■ lio dis-appeared HI M -V. 1894, »ele .,- . i]n\ mill, i 11 in mi-ill u afa ■ Mar-lon, II A Detroit, aldai in in ■ n - ih it Tom ■'. ho son, Hie ■tfaetear magnate, al illllll.'liee 111- Mile mi a f rain !l I ..' .p i-by bribery. Subscription- an- Is'ing lai-ii-.l in Get-ninny in Isdialf of the Boors ivho Wart wounded at Krugersdorf. and IHil.nm Hunks have already la-en -iib-.-rilad in I Jlamliurg '1 lie Turkish government lins ordered [the comuinuiler o( i he Turkish forcea SUV rounding Zeitoun to suspend hostilities. The tin ipod pen.linn the negotiation! for a surrender B< the Insurgents. iJame* I) I'nge. nine a prominent l»w ' Of Sun Kruniisco, Was arrwited in New rk yesterday charged wit h having em pled 11 a.i i i Krsiiciaeu aboiit tbree weeks ;>gn Men si ,1, .,,, 10,11*11 lo ,,l I,rail O. Jan I. - \t Graftoa, two Italian broihets bad. M.'iiilx I- "I II. I lill.li.-ii ..I I....I" lle-nass Hi. i..i "i Hijilsssas Nit i s. Mali . Jan I ... Mi ih., a p.- luliar ri II '' luriahi -. which is known as "The Children of i;.,l.' The sect lafounded on the faith- Bun men- and whenever any of tin-memben are ill DO physicians are al lowed to iidmini-t. r to them. A- .. n nilt. iii tin family of Jamei Harris, tvho IN long- to the sect, three memben have dud. Their deaths have beennned by act baring the proper medical attend-. Tin- la-t one to die was Mrs. Harris, who. oil her deathbed, joined With le ■rhiisliand ill refusing the services Of .. physician. rill.liurj ).<■■ a « rai-k Sh.-rlsl.ip. Sr 1,IHIS, Jan. 4.—Connie Mack, the X Thrr*. Inliii.e, III I 1.1 I loSIA, <)-. near tins place who sleep together in the asm were awakened by three ma-k.-d men, two of whom held oi f the brothen while ti„, third stabbed the other brother to death Bobbery does not -e. -i |o have he. D thl motive f..r tin-crime, as several hundred di Ihwi m the ho,is., was not touched II II l-eliev,sl ihedeoil was instigated by the Matin pjushurg baselmll niagnate, completed n deal yesterday with I'resident V.ci Ki.se,, ,,. A '* i. <"it- der Abe of the Hiowus whereby Kly. MAMIOV. Ind.. Jan. 4.—A young son the famous shortstop, will play r. tl ..I Michael Doyl ■ n Buren bad his aaaaon with the Smoky City team. In :,, i„,.,g kicked in the exchange I Mack gives I'm I...• head bv a vicuni- ..It Ti .^inning was Hartand8hortstopOmssinsd.il a sum of I ' canine MARKET QUOTATIONS. I'revallius I'rleen I'nr Craln. Call I'rovialnna na .Ian. 3. e anil amount of which liKllanapiilU. Wilt \T -Knsier; No. '■' r,sl. «ai,c. c.ii: Btendy: No 8mixed, 85)^0, OATI w.-akl No | mlled, 10c. (WII Ueevj di> fad steers, H lOel 4,86; sbtpping and export aleera, t 4.0U; ...mm. n to fair steers, t-'l.I.*i()(:i.4ii. fewling -le.-rs. 8X00(48 HR medium Ui . be fern -", medium t>. ,- row-. »a v it I Mi \ alvei M.86<8 I'rn. s higher li...- Good '.. choice and pscklog, »::.,!-.- f „I..:I TO; pig- and roughs, I ■ ■ i siii i,.—( ouimon in choice lambs, htt'-ii. szpon ewes and wethers, ^ 0 common to ch e sheep, si.^n.t.i.uc. DUI K-, pel' hi III. i '. < o I I i I I'l ■ -. -Iead\ OklsagB flraas an.i Prevlsleaa, WHK > i Mi. opei i i •iiiJa'c. I mis \l.i\ upen.sl .. closed July opened I —c OATI M O op ined 18 cl ad 19c PORK—Inn. oi en d . Ms] o| .1 f.i IT, i I \':i> .Ian opened —. eloaed ——. M n li| II ed *-" '■:. < I I ♦'• ed aloasd — p lied M .'.T. . Ills, i uurketv Wi.*- ii .Vl\ , i-orii k «- ■.'.'. lar.I |.i .11. rilis I < III. Iiniall l.r.ln an.I Meek, IVII , i Steadj . No I red, 6Te ( I- inn No J inixril, -".l .. OATI Dull: No. i mixed ( , II i Stead ■a |l.att>8 <',->. lambs, weak ai B8.8tgt4.T8. Tiile.ln drain. W:,l u Kniii. N i | OS -a. Bta Ci i.s laiwei. Nu 1 mixed I (i \ i g| .„P . I. lio, iinirai.i Uva Bssek, CATTLI ",, oi.ei linn ll.-.- Stronger at 18.000880, nly at Bl.J5ulW.ti); lambs, t3 00M.-, 35 ejMBpei rrtssaai BaaaeAareC VIM IINM.S. Ind, Jan. I - i i-oar I). Dent, win, anaped from jail lui, Thursday i lit »n i .;,]itured '.'ft mil.s ii.-iow th.- city. Touna Dent had been sentenoi d bo five years m the peni-tentiary for attempting to kill a deputy constable. I'.-i.i-i.i Drug i iriu in Trouble, l, Ills.. Jan. 4.- W : ■ : |;y. , has tiled | IHII for injunction against the whole-ale drug firm of Sim - i A Wheeler and a motion for the appoint-ment of a receiver will be made. The bill alleges that th npan\ i- Lnaohr-eut. IhoiiilKf-- I'nr a U.>u** II.le. M.Milov. Ind.. Jan. 4. — Daniel N. Cane brought suit yesterdav au'ainst William S. l'oi-li r for BS.OOO damages for mental and physical pain can-, ,I by being bitten by a dog owned by Porler, Both are inilu, ntal hu-iii,-— in, n Arrest,-,I I'nr an Ol.l Mnrilcr. VIM ainm, Ind., Jan. 4.—Chief of Police Whits arrested ■ Degro nam.-.i Tom Caster here yestenlay. He is sup-posed to In- Tom Wilson, Who is wanted at Hen,lei.i,n. Ky.. on a charge of mur-dering AU- Smith tlve years ago. 4ilaMwnrk» al W In.Hall I alls. WIMIKAI.I.. Ind.. Jan. 4.—Lythgoe Bros. &('o.. proprietois. of the glass-works at this piece, have fail,-, , turning over all their interests in a lull of sale to J. H. Zehner and S. A. Webber of Ihll city, two ni the oredlton. Farmer ">!..'..- an AulKnaiem. Qnmaaaa, Ind , Jan. 4. — L. A. Shelll'orti.a pr. mincnt farm. r. ha- mad. an assignment. \ I 'Km; liabili-ties, 815.000. isnivsv ROOBa IndiananoUs poUm are tr ■p poUey playing and atop the lalaoflot-lerj in kit. in thai 1 it] Th.- trial ol the Keller family DM UM Border ol 1 lars Ahanks of Pai ■ 1 mntj will be called ai Tans Hants MtheSDUi 111-1 U 1 -1-v n.oinpsoii. ng,sl 88, of the sol-diers' home, eemmlt ted suii nfliTtLMHi at Marii.ii. II. w i- ,], sjnu -|. n ever 1 he deal li of his wife. Tl,.- Louisville and Bvaasvllls Mall Line sampan] - naguifieanl MB .1- launched todaj at Howard's shipyard In J SI • W Ills William I! Jacob Of ('ran furdsville. an attoraq and joatios of tba paaoa, has ben SjrnstM on the i-haiite of ferginu the 1111111 of S inp-,,11 M.nitg ST} to n tMO note. Il is said that damage anils aggregating 1800,000 will ba filed by victims of the rail mad 11.ii,-: HI at Coal I It] Fred Blan-kamp ..I Coahrai sk .1 witk 11 ■ pan) 1 Ai i'. Hamilton M K. ehureh aeai Ten-e Haute, ( hurl,- Laos nd Burkhall had troubls over their sweat hearts sad In the fight thai followed Laos was/.rioiikl) slashed 111 the tarn Ion Hie sin,lllli-- William Tll,illl|l-iHl. while ' mis, I,ad lbs - ui and nearly ulod to li-ath. COMING BOND ISSUE. Slatemenl Thai the New bBBSI Will He OH. re.l I., the I'enpla. NKW V.IU<. Jan. 4. —A s|ssial to The World from Washington says: S..-r,- tary Carlisle will at once issue a full stateim Di 89 tb" pill.Il'- 011 the Isind queation, it will alntosl nudoohtodly aniioiiiii-e that the president will order a pahUo loan. This inlormation OOQM from a -.-,- whi.-h makes it hnpoasibla to question ita truth. Tl nctternu Of the -t.ti 1:1 ut an- -till 1111- t li d, out DM thai the will is- offi 1 ,1 ;,, the imi lie first. If that 1 all fa la, I iment \, 11] f.,11 back on the - -ndictate. The I ond call ■ 1 for Ho WRECKED OFF HATTLP.AS. Riiiimr Thai the Vs. 1.1 Tali-nun SMS (1 11.... 1, Mil', HI ,,,, Boare. MO ■■ • -. i .- 1- a ru-mor i. r 1 al the v. .:n 1.,: nnan, ban ing on boa J of wealthy u-i nilc-m n from N.-u v rk, 1 .ni 1 laps li " and the entire 1 drowned Tn wins am dim 11 bataimi here and Hattema and the rumor can not I ■ vended. Il cannot i I . 1 to a reliable -< mrce here. AN,w Tort ,li-|si|,h s:iV. the .team yacht Talisman was chartered for a three ut' -.' ,-nu.e in Weal Indian water*, and sailed on !>•■■•. ITforBalti more, where tin party boarded bar, SENSATIONAL ARREST. P.iriner rrestilen, nf lelle/llela l,l\lil,e.l In a ICi-Mililthinary I'lnl. ■hw YIIKK. Jan. 1.—A special from Caracas says A profound -•t.saiion aM bean unand by the arrest of Qeasanl Hermogena i/.p. /.. once the president "f Vene/llela in the tun,- of I.UZIimi Illaneo Tin arr--t was made, it is said, because of the t rj ..f revolution ;irv i-o ir,. p., mb me involving the latter English capitalists, ii is rumored, linv. approacli.-d (lii/.man Rlancito stir up a rebellion ' re, Berenl other an-.i-haveiMeti made, and Preaident cmsp* seems il.terriinisl to suppn-ss the move ineiit al nnv . ..-t. Tra.li.ni strike a lal.il.-e. PlIH.dcii'liiA. Jan. 4. — The street railway -i prec ; :t ited hy the ac ti-ni. of a few agit-ators airainst th. enrnc-: protean of Prnldenl Mahon and the other leaden, ended la a aoniplate failure. Many of the motorm.-n and condueti.rs wen Oppnnd tO a renewal of the strike, and re|airt.-d for dutv at Ih. regular hour. I If those who remained out. all but I oil were brought around by onhr of tin- company that all who fail.-d to return to work by :i o'clock terday afteriusin would he permanently discharged. Vl-lte,l Tlhiir.in I I -MI WA-'IIM . in\. Jan. 4.—Mrs. Mltfllstt). Wife Of IY.d.....r Mel Ih..-. who hcadiV th,- reoanl azpeditlon from the bunsmof ethnology to Ttburon I-land, in the (lulf ..I California, for the purpose of visiting the savage Sori trils- of Indians. received ■ telegram yesteroVej annoani inc the safe return of the i-ntir. i,rt\ t.. Hermosilla Mi , tht DI anal | - - i. u. Tl ithi oi white i u •■ who ever visit -,i th. i-hin. l i*L ..in a' 86.0006 is. • !-•-•* r» ■ si \a.-anl lltli.e I 111,.I. W.«- ■. Jan i U T. Me; of Richmond, Va . anu yeeterdaj ap Deral mperintendani of t H rail ,. Che i li. -i en vacant fi r about two y- M i M.-\ - i - :- : PTI udent Meyers of the Richmond, Knsier i and Potom \c i i of bis lif. i ■pent in i■•■ Ice, ■ lent, i, 111 I ...,||.a.l«. NK« Vims,.I.in. I.—w. Lewis 1 ■ ra TAT. head of the art department of the Century magazine, isina pnoariooacon-ditioii as a result of an assault n u]i- -n him by fuorpads Wedm -day mora ing lb- w as beati a mi I dit v nml afterward, taken to a |s In, stol Th" i«,li,-. haveao far made oo report Of the case. ik-aii, Basalts Pveas a i'ri/en»m. Nl- w V , ,I:K. Jan I '■: igucy, '.HI >•• ais old.,Ind last nigh' I at i i OgBlafewdays ago. Thomas Russell hn- I - - ,1 under W lib havi ' ,,W It S.-I." . |..,l.
|Title||The Daily Banner Times, vol. 3, no. 68, January 4, 1896|
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WtmmnoH, Jan, i.-Th- senate i;,''1 . ■ .... _■■ "v, ;»,l^\N'"ii'ini|. -n and :■88 •In■k•m•-a■l ■ Biat- heard ■ stirring debate yesterday,
uilv report d.
STILL MARCHING ON, BUSINESS CONDITIOHS. OHIO RIVER MYSTERY
Repoits on Trade Matters by Dun &.
Spanish Army Utterly UnaWe to Check Co. and Bradstrcct's.
the Advancing Insurgents.
MARTIAL LAW IS PROCLAIMED.
IKUKI iiiidkiii being Iba main theme.
Mr. Sherman'* speech, which had 1..•«,,
anticipated with much bttaraM I name
dim-. 111 itl;it«■■ i the liluiini.il ill- ii —urn.
The HMM MMHHT WUH in good voice
Mid bin ft]K'n aha lee.
DATI •>■■ ■ . b . .i.in i. Iba signal
■errim reports a (all in tepsntnn nan
of 87 degrees. The thermom tar ra| -
<•hur.nlIT Mr. Klkius of West Vir-ginia
sought to secure an immediate
vote on his resolution, directing that nil
bond issues lie advertised anil the bonds
offered to the public. Mr. Hill attempt-ed
to have the resolution referred ton row.
committee, but on a rolleull the vote
WHS overwhelming in favor of proceed-ing
with the question. Mr. Hill spoke
vigorously against the resolution, lie
assorted that Mr. Sherman when -
tary of the treasury hail made bOM 001
trails with Hew York syndicate! sum
lar ti the one now- assailed. Tliis
brought on a sharp persona] debate, in
erman. Mr. Ii
MO o'clock the senate agi Ijourn,
although the n tion e. ii- oarried I
bare majority of one.
i Daring the day Mr. Merrill, from
finance oomruil tee, r. i .. t d i hal
tariff and bond bills would be readj
Tuesday, to wlneh dnj the .'■ ante .
Besslee ui tin- H..H..,-.
The aeaaioB of tin- house yesterda;
was short ami merely formal, ami urn
Of I'm mil ' Won Of a fOW bli.
nothing wa- i.one.
lui . ' ill.- ,'11'- linn
Eought on a pel
biota Mr. Hill. Mr.She
r. Tailor ami othen p
■•■•or of i ".i. II,-.. Kniri-r.
CmrnKi. Jan. 4. —Karly this morning
the thermometer Indtntod IB degrees
below zero, ami the signal service prom-ises
roMer weather tonight ami Minor-
ThepoUoa stations ami relief MI-NI
i. overrun bust night with up
pli atmns for aid fioiu the destitute and
/.-r.i MI lii.liiiiiap.iUii.
Is Mi'ni.i., Jan. 4.-Many ther-iii".
i -inn tin- morning registered
■ temperature, while home graal
* • three oV gn as,
C. • illler.
II i i'air; cohi. r; norths
Hun,,' : tvilder In onthi .i-t par
tion; hght DI i rlj vrii
INW.M; HI AGKBB.
Silver s. MII..I-. N..I V.-l It. ;i-ly l.i II. | „rl
Their sulisl il ill.- UIII.
\VVSIIINI,i.is. Jan. i. — The tenati