The United States Señale met at noon on the 'JTth, but adjourned withHouse was not in session. Jamks McC.un and Elibabeth Snowberger were killed by the cars near Camdcn, Ind. In an ongry passion Cari Rehor, a farmer at Carlisle, Mimi., killed ltis wife and son and fatally wounded his daughter and then took liis own life. Tin' in great quantity was discovered in Llano C'ountv. Tex. Some thirty or forty persons were drowned at Warwick, Eng. , by the breaking of the iee on the river Avon upon which they were skating. Sei.ah CriAMiiKiu.AiN', the faraous railway man and eapitalist, died at Cleveland. O., aged 78years. The freijfht depot of the hittle Miami railroad at Cineinnati was burned, causing a loss of 8150,000. The explosión of a boiler wreeked seven dweiling houses at C'ineinnati, killing a child and a woinan andseverely injuring five other persons. The liijou Theater in Minneapolis, Minn., of which Jacob I.itt was the lessee was destroyed by fire. Heütv won the six-day go-as youpleasc contest in St. Louis. He made 518 miles and received abont SI. 000. At the Bale oí t;i' Uelaiont atables in New York M Ike 1 Kryer bought Potomac for 825,000. The banking firm of Hunter & West at (Jreeley, Col., failed for 8100,000, and the City National Hank at Hastings, Neb., closed its doors. Wit.t.iam RoACH, the oldest man in Ohio, died in Cleveland at the age of 104 years and 10 inonths. Geokgk lli'i.i.. who abont twenty years ago "found" the Caidiff giant on his farm at Cardiff, N. Y., died at liinghamton, N. Y. A FIRE at Columliia, Tenn., destroyed twenty buildings. Tuk schooiuT Henrv M. Stanley, the first of the Nevvfoundland trozen herring fleet, arrived ut Gloucester, M;iss., with 400,000 pounds of flsh. DuBixo the past nonaflon fifty-fíve vesseis were lost on the great lakes, the total loss being $718,000. The City National Bank oí Hastings, Neb., has suspended. Big Koot and hls band of hostiles were capturad on the "Ttli ly tlie Seventh Cavalry nnder Captain Whltesides. The seizuru was made on I'oic-upine creek in South Dakuta without 8 conflict. All the other Indi-.ms in the Itad hands had 'lecided to surrender, and the proliabilit-s were that the trouble was ended.