The farra houst; oí Bud Doolcy, near . Vienn, I1L, eollapsed siuldcnly, kill ] Dooley, liis three ehildren and a visitor named Parks. An official count of the ballots cast in most of Uie counties of Maryland i no further room for doubt that the Republicana will have control of botli branches of the lefislature and I that a Republican will Bucceed Arthur j 1'. Gorman in the U. S. senate. Oshliosh, Wis.- John Webster, Jr., ! drank eleven full glasses of whisky; without intermission and diod. Grayling, Mich.- Steps are being taken for the appointment of a celver oL the defunct Exchange bank. lts losses to deposltors will aggregate f25.000. mmouth, 111.- Dr. J. B. McMichael, late president oL Monmouth college, has received and acoepted a cali as pastor of the United Presbyterian congregation at Sugar Creek, Ohio. Durand, Wis.- The second bank of thls city has been organized. Fond du Lac, Wis.- General E. S. Bragg is confincd to his home suffering from overwork. Montreal.- Canadian Pacific earnings for the week ending Oct. 81, are $853,000; samo period last year ?790,000; inerease $63,000. Trempealeau, Wis.- Wolves are ported unusually numerous between this city and New Amsterdam. One farmer reports the loss of forty sheep. Washington.- The war department ia making an iuvestigatin into the recent reported uprising among the Utes in Utah with a view to securing all the facts possible for its Information. Benton Harbor, Mich.- Frank Phiscator has parted with his Alaska mining interests for $1,000,000. ' His attorney is now making out the transfer papers to an English syndicate. The Bear creek and two on El Dorado dea! includes three claims- one near creek. Wlülo intoxieatedJohn Melntosh becaine abnsive and was thrown out of Pottmeyer's saloon at Logansport, Ind. Smarting for revenge Melntosh secured a BhotguO and went back to the saloon and killed the saloonkeeper and fatally wounded bis two brothers and one sister. The interest of the U. S. government in the Union Pacific railroad terminated whcn, at the foreclosure sale of the mprtgafce held by the United States, tlie road was purchased by the commitU:e of eastern capitalista formed for its reorg-anizatiou. The fwll amount aceruing to the United States frorn the sale is abbut $58,065,750. The sale of the Kansas l'acifio división was postponed to Dec. 1U, there being no bidders for it. Great lïritain is soon to be e&nnected n-itli her West Indian colonier, by cable via Halifax, thns making; her independant of the American cable.