Gen. Carlos Ezeta, president of San Salvador, vvas arrested at Qakland, Cal., to satisfy a laudlord whoui he owes $35. As the result of a 'lovers' quarrel Florence Gleason, aged 19, shot and killed lover, John Peters and then shot herself, at Chicago. Miss Dáiley, -i In val id malden lady living with Joha Conly's fainily, near Piketon, feil into an open tire and was fatally bnrned bcfoie being' discovered. The Loudon Raily Ohronide announecs that the premier, Lord Salisbury, is about to retire owin to illness. Lord Salisbury denies the report. Lotta Crabtree, better known as "Lotta," the actress, has sued Henry E. Abbey, theatrical agent, of New York, for $20,000 and two years' interest on promissory notes. Sevcn four-story vvooden warchousea nlled with tobáceo, and eight dwellings were destroyed by tire at Durhani, N. C. The total loss is $250,000, with $200,000 insurance. Over 3,500,000 pouuds ot tobáceo burned. Associate Justice Stephen Johnson Field of the U. S. supremo eourt has made formal application tq íresident McKinley to be fptired froin the beuch. xinder the law allowlng members of ihat eonrt to be retired wheu 70 ycars of age, Edward Langtry., the husbaud of Lily Langtry, the acti-ess, died in tho asylum for the iusaneat Chester, Enpr., to which he was rccently committed by a magistrate, having been found wandering in a helplcss eonditiou in tkat viciuity. Ex-Gov. Boios, who tried for the nomination for the presiden at the convention which nominated lïryan, in a letter to the Des Aoines, Ia., Leader sáys tliat ' gold is the basis of national eurreucy ai:d that the Chicago platform has had its day. The downpour of rain which %was almost a deluge flooded the Schuylkill valley in Pennsylvania and the water ! rose six to eight feet in sotne of the streets of Keading. The peoplc had to j be rescued with boats. Severa! thousand dollars damage was sustaincd.