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For 40 Years . I the People's Friend. The Journal , Leads In Circulation. n mt. k YivCn VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 230. moxdav, KANSAS ULTY, JANUARY 28, 1895. MONDAY. IMirrK FIYK OKNTS. ICaita rf tiCiftt llail.it ntal asr -s- TTa js '"ir wjff -gjsj g , $ S, MANY PATRIOTS. iiosti or aiti.icants ion Tin: or 1'ici; or ltAii.uoAi) roMMis-io:i:ii. THE COUNCIL BEWILDERED. Btcii a VAitir.TV ornooti3ii:NCAtsi:s j:.miiahiiass.mi:t. It I Not UliHy Tlmt Any ltnllntltit; Will Orrur llt-fnro Ttipilny A T.lnt of tho Ortitlcniru M Im Are t)clrou4 of .Serving tlm Slate. Topeka, Kns., .Tin. 17. (Special.) Tho chief Interest of Kansas pollllclaiiB Is Just now centered upon the coming appointment of a board of latlrofld commlsloners. Three members constitute this board and ns the salary Is J.'.DoO a jear, and the duties of the olllcc far from onerous, there Is nat urally a rush of candidates from every part of the stntc. One of tho three has been virtually aRTced upon In the person of Hon. Joe Lowe, of WnshhiKton county, vho has been Indorsed by David Ovcr myer and tho stalwart clement of the Dem ocratic party. The tvvo Itepubllcan places on the board have attracted the candidacy of many piomlncnt Kansans, who nio backed by such powerful Influences that the stalo executive council Is well nigh be wildered at the task of selection placed be fore It To add to tho doubt and Inter est In tho contest another candidate was yesterday brought Into the Held by asliong delegation of Northwestern Kansas people who presented the claims of Hon. G. A. KpauUlIng, of Phillips county. Jtidne Hpaiildlng was a delegate to tho national Itepubllcan convention at Minneapolis fiom Kansas, and a year ago was the nominee of his party for Judge of tho Seventeenth judicial district. He Is one of the leading lavvyeis of Northwestern Kansas and the delegation which brought him down on Saturday are urging his fitness with that enthusiasm which can only bo aroused by true merit. The executive council consists of tho gov ernor, secretary of state, nudltoi, treas urer, attorney general and superintendent of public instruction, and to elect it Is nec essary to secmo four of these sis votes. In all there are eighteen candidates In the field, and as each one of the members of tho e.vecutlvo council has a candidate or two from his own congressional district, whom he will vote for so long as thcie Is a fchow of electidn, the contest is likely to be long drawn out. The council has decided to go about the selection of tho two coin mtssloucis In a business-like way. On Mon day a. meeting will be held at tho secic tary of Htate's office, when tho claims of all the candidates will be heard. It is doubtful if thl -n be accomplished In one day, and it il iOt probable that a ballot will bo taken' until Tuesday. The council will meet dally until the choice Is made. If the power of the governor's office has been exercised In the Interests of any two men it is not discernible. Coventor Mot rin appeals to be taking chances for his favorites along with the test and It is not likely that he will attempt to contiol or dictate tho namc3 of tho fortunate men. The following Is a complete list of the gentlemen who have filed, application for one of these positions: Ex-Governor Anthony, of Ottawa: V. M. Lockard, of Norton; G. -,A. Spauldlngr of' x-nunpsDurg; vv cud McNnll. of Smith coun ty; J. M. Simpson, of Mcl'herson; G. W. Clement, of Wichita; Itcrn.it d Kelly, of Topeka; O. B. Taj lot, of Leavenworth; :. II. llrown, of Glrard; 1'raiicls House, of Kansas City; ex-Governor Humphrey, of Independence; D. W. rinney, of Neosho Palls; II. T. rilnt, of Hutchinson, L L. nigler, of Newton; II. i;, Dl, of fort Scott; P. G. Noel, of Topoka, H. C. Taj -lor. of Lyons, and J. C, Atkinson, of Co lumbus. POPE LEO'S ENCYCLICAL. Tlio line iniii-nt Addressed tn tlm American liplscopalci ."llmlti lMibllti in Konir, Rome, Jan 27. The papal encj client nd-drei-sed to the Ameilcau episcopate was made public here to-day. In tho document the pope tecalls the fact that he associated himself with the celebration of the fouith centenary of tho dlscoveij- of America, the oviinsellzatlon of which count: j was the llrst care of Columbus, which evan gelization was icnlUed b tho Kranelccaii and Dominican monks and the Jesuit fath ers. After pointing out" that tho llrst Catholic bishop In Ameilca was a great ft lend of Geoige Washington, father of ids country, tho pope shows how tho episcopal coun cils, aided by tho breadth and the equity 01 American laws, assured me develop ment of Catholic Institutions. It was to contribute still moie- to this rie-jiopmon: hat the pope founded the university at Washington, for it was of Importance that Catholics should lie In the fiont rank in sciences, even modern sciences, provided they were at one with Integrity and faith. To this end his holiness exhorts tho bish ops to do nit In their power tn encourage the progiess of tho unlverhlty at Wash ington, ns well as of tho Noith American college In Home. With regard to the apostolic delegation, tho pope states that It was Instituted with a view to iliawlng closer together tho bonds between the Catholics of America and tho holy see without In any way cur tailing the powers of the bishops. His holiness urges the American episco pate to put an end to strife, to Ihitll tho Idea of unity1 and the perpetuus- of mar riage pmoug the faithful and to Inculcate among the people civil and religious vir tues. In pattlcular, the pope calls upon tho bishops to turn aside workmen's nssocia. tlona from law-htenking; to tench Journal ists respect for religion and ttuth; to n provc those journals which pass Judgment Our Wrappers Jiave been vvidoly imitated, there fore our friends must bo cautious. A parchment wrapper similar to ours may cover cheap and un satisfactory good. The true, unil originul Silver Churn Butterine may bo distinguished by our Sllvor Churn trade marie mid tho vvonU "hilvur Chum" executed in hilver leaf on o iish wrapper. Nona gen uine without this Silver Churn trade mark. The Silver Churn trade mark on each wrapper is our guatantee of excellence, ll M rmout Packing Jo,, KausssjPity, V. S. A, upon cple opal net nnii. nn.iltj', to turn Protestant tn Catholicism by rhnrltj, by liiMrib lion In doctrine and by ! ' Hf an exemplar) life. In cotii ItiMon d holiness recommends Die rending of it mlMlnn to the Indians. HOPES OF THEJNCOME TAX. Ilnlrrnnient Olllrlats Profess to Ho tire illy Plrnsed With Its Possibilities fur liaising Money. Washington, Jan, 27. The members of congress who believe In the Income ta as nn ceiultnblo method of raising revenues nre grntllled at tho unexpectedly good showing of the prelltnlnaty canvass made by tho collectors of Internal rev emu' nt the direction of Kcerelurv Cirlisle, They believe that the greater the nmoiint realized from lids tnx the more popular It will become and thu more firmly rooted ns a part of the policy of tho government. Representative McMlllln, of Tennessee, snjs tint If a.large per cent of the rev enue of the government Is derived from this plan, ntiy attempt to repeal It be fore the expiration of the five-sear limit llxed In the Wilson bill will be exceedingly unpopular and that the greater the rev enue derived from It the greater will be the probability of Its re-enactment nt the end of Its term, llefore the proosltlon to tnx incomes was before congress, the profits to be derived from It were esti mated nt llrst nt $15,000,000 to J18,0ui,iO. Liter the etlmnt of the committee was raise 1 to "'000,0n0. Later Mr. Hall, nt Missouri, who has given more study to the theory and history of the Income tax than any other man In the house, did not place tho total below J.7),00O,000. l'rom the results of the cnnvns ot the Internal rev enue bureau, It appears that Mr. Hall was more nearly eonect than the other fore, casters. He now says that the Income tax may )leld more than tA0Un,O)0 and It Is known Hint the treasury deptrtment officials do not place Its results below that mark. The showing made by the thirty-six of the sixty-three districts gives ground for the estimate Hint about 3i.0f) persons and corporations will contribute to the tieasury by this plan, S00NERS IN OKLAHOMA. Sinatnr Miirlln lias Introduced nn Amend mt nt Hearing Upriu tlm Sjulijeit hi 'I It it Cmintrj. Washington, Jan. 27. (Special ) Senator Martin Introduced as an amendment to the general Indian bill a piovlslou to reg ulate "sooner" matteis In Oklahoma. Hl3 amendment contains provisions rlmllir to those of the bill Introduced some davs ago by Colonel Moore, It is provlddcil that wneii a claimant who Is a "soonei" es tablishes the fact that he did not know he was violating the law- when he entered the country before the hour of opening to settlement he shall have removed from him the charges of being a "sooner" and his lights in 11 claim shall be adjusted without refeicneo to the penalty formerly Imposed. Then when the claimant admits or Is shown to have known that he was violat ing the law and it appears he was knoiv Inglj' seeking nn advantage the secrotarj ot the Interior Is directed to npprnWo the value ot tho Impiovements made by the ".soonci" ami this amount is to be charged up to the successful clilmant who, befnie seeming- patent to tho claim, must pa this award to the "sooner." The bill meets the approval of thoi working for legislation favorable to the "soonei" element, of which thtrc are quite n number here and they have been very active In getting something done. Their geneinl bill, the)- Insist, will get out of the committee on Indian nfinirs, to whom it was referred by the public lands commit tee. They expect this committee to let g of it so thnt It can be reported within the coming week. In the event this falls the propositi amendment ottered is to be used at-the-last hours-of-th--sesslon with-the expectation of putting It through. MADDOX'S JUDICIAL BILL. Siu.it.i Committee lias find I nder Cnnsld ir.ittuii Mr. MnrgutV Am. mtmiut to That lleitstile. Washington, Jan. 27 (Special ) The sen ate committee on Indian affairs yeslerd ij spent three limits In necret session conshl eilng tho Moigan amendment to M.uldox's Judicial y bill for the tenltorj This is the bill to divide the Indian countij" Into thrfe Judicial districts and to place a Judge and maishnl and clerk over each district. It is also pioposeil to give local Jmltdictiou, doing awaj with the Port Smith and Pails courts. The committee went over the bill caicfiills' and It was decided to recommend It fnvoiiilly. It was a!o decided that eei taln changes should be made In the plan us originally Intioducul. It was agreed that the Pat is and I'm I Smith courts should be allowed to complete the busi ness now on hand, but the new courts should attend to all business nfter date of passage of the act. In the event the Ar kansas and Georgia novvd are aide to break into the spoils of the Indian country, now mnnopollz.il bj the Texas gang, It is believed the pinposed amendment will not pass, but If the Texas gang continue to take cveu thing In sight In tint country the Impression pievalls that the combina tion against them will be able with certain aid said to he In theli icaclujn the senate to toice the amendment on and keep It there and defeat the Texas bill ahead)-pa-.eel In both branches. Senator Vest Is Into tho scheme, llo continues to kick up the dust and lefus, s to be comfcrted over the tieatment he ie ceiveel at the hands of tho Texas uowd over Attorney Jackson, of the Indian conn, try, tho brother of his son-in-law, being slashed by tho rangers llo is howllt.g lor vengeance and can ne a way to get it In this bill, which ho will continue to favor unless the Texas 1 angers conclude to nllow Jackson to pa.ss on their vouchers mid claims for tho whole country. The combi nation In thu senate nt the back o' tin Morgan amendment v. "I bo able to make a very lively showing on the new s h. mo and this fnet U atti acting much ntten.'on fiom the crowd looting the Indian country. i:i!ou.vi.i..vrio at i.awkii.nl'P. Troup A Is All Turn lip b) tho Ripiablilo Owr Plarl.c'it Appointment. Lawrence. Kas., Jan. 27. (Special,) Tho tioublo In Troop A of the K, N. G. was re newed at a meeting held last night. Pred Clirl.e, who had been commissioned cap tain of the tioop by Lewelllng, attempted to t.iku command, but when H. H. John son, who had been elected to tlm place according to law, dliected the boys to fall In for drill they promptly obeyed him, The company's pioperty has been turned over to Clarke unci lie refused to lot tho troop hive) It and called on thu hoys who would stand by the commissioned officers to leave the ranks. Pour compiled and the rest went through tho drill under Johnson with out aims. At their dismissal Clarke called on the troop to fall In for elrlll nud the four who had refused, to dllll under John son wen- Increased to seven by three others. Doth the detachments were men dismissed, Afterward a meeting was held and thu report of tha committee sent to Topeka to protest Clarke's appointment he lid, The committee found that the matter was under consideration by the authorities and that either CI. like would have his commission revoked or the troop would bo dlbbinded and new officers chosen on a reorganisation, As thu matter now stands the troop Is cmpletely demoralised. lloreiei 'lliteveti u Oklalioiie 1. Outhrie, O. T., Jan, 27. (Special ) Horse thieves have been luuklug a wholesale raid In Lincoln, Payne und Pawneo counties, qv'ct thlity hotses having been stolen In the past week. At Stillwater Htublep were broken open In tho center of the town and valuable unlmals stolen. It Is believed to be the viork of outlaws from tie Creek reservation, and farmers are organising vigilance committees with the determina tion to lyqch tiny mao caught with a, stolen Jrc ' . STRIKERS STARVING. littonut.v.N siitixr pak mi:n in soiii: ami iii:mpi:i:ati: sritAiTs. WIVES AND CHILDREN HUNGRY. Tiu:iit c'Afsi: is lost ami ntniit cm:mr Ai.iiosr ohm:. Tlie strllni Mis t'ot the Laboring llin Man) '1 tuiiisiititl Dollars mid Now scrim 1. Iti.ly In laid In Pall- ore Pars lliiuulng. lliookljn, N. Y Jan. S7. Were It not fir the scarcity of cam to-day on. would not have thought that one of the hlggoit strikes In the hlstoty of Ilrooklyll was In progress. Churchgoers hnd to walk to the r devotions in many Instances, or lake e.mnce3 In tho cuoinlous crowds whlc! took possession of the cars. Otherwise there was perfect calm. Large crowds as sembled around the depots wheie military guards nre stationed, 'but thi're was no violence there und tho bantering the troops received was of a good niitured kind Thoe In position to elr.tw conclusions from facts and without prejudice say that the strike Is about ended. The companies seem to he in a position to run their cars. They 1110 not skillfully 'operated and lluoughoiit the day there weru mans- col lisions and there was much bumping to gether, but there vi.us no accident at a serious nature. Tho number of cars operated to-day was slightly over the number running s ester day. Some were without some of their windows and others running with dissi pated looking motor boxes and badly twist ed dashboards, hut most ot them were cirrjlng passengers without molestation. The companies did not venture to open any 111 w lluis nor did they seek to run their .ross-town lino of cms through the Pile llasln dlstikt to-daj. Many of the In habitant ot that locality are of a turbu lent diameter nud would, the police s.i.v, do mlschlcf.lf onl) for tho sake of mnklng trouble. Tile railroad companies have now become able to operate their lines after dusk and will, if no seiious disturbances are made In the future, Foon be running them nil night as the) did before the stilke began. The quietness of the stilke has been biought nhout bj- th.e strlktj liadtis, who have pointed out to the men tho folly ot a riotous course. They explained that the state could supply two militiamen foi each striker If they welo needed and that mob rule would soon be overthrown by bullets and bajoauts. The nun he.ud and under stood the requests of the leadeis and fol lowed them out. Starvation nln-ndy cou tionta many of the families of the sti lit ers. The men were not well equipped II11.111cl.1ll) when they decided to stop woik and the bulk ot their funds has been used for the tianspoitation of non-union men to cities whence the) came to icpliec the stiikeis. This alone his cost the htrlke rs mail) thousands of dollars. Sloiel.uopem have been very conslduince, but now that they see the stilkein ale being leplaced b men fiom other cities, they are loth to give credit and the wives and children of the men out of work aie going hungi). Lindlords, too, do not enter into the mcilts of the situation between thu strlkeis and the companies, and promises to pay when the strike Is cndeil do not cut much tlgnre wllh them. The de minds for fond und for rent have crippled tho resoiuees eif tho stiikers and many ot them are In tore stiaits It was 1 ppurted th.it all the Knights ot I..1I101 in lliookljn would go out on stilke, but no cuilence can bo put In the tumors. The saloons throughout lliooklj-u weie kept tightly oloicd to-day in obedience- to a special older Issued by Major Schleien and .1 threat mule bv Supeiintcudent of Pnlkc Cimpbell that no wouiu vigoiousiy enlotcu the order. President Lewis, of the P.iooklsn Heights Cnuipaii), did not come to his utile e this moiiiinr, noi elld any other official of tho coinpiny. Hilling the da) the statemient was given out that the company has le eched 11101 e than 'M applications from men cl liming to be efficient .notormen and cou duttoiB for positions. Miinv of the men now on strike nio iep usented as applying fur reinstatement. Piesldent Norton, of the Atlantic avenue roid. dliected things by telephone lioni Ills home. "So far ns the Atlantic nvenue road is concerned," said Chief Clerk Kennedy, "the strike is over. Wo have mole appli cations foi woik than we have positions. At least 110 1.11s nio out to. day and our Sunday schedule only calls for that num ber out of ISO." "How about tho linemen?" was asked. "We have all we need. The power house men are not going out, That I cm say positively, and no wires are being cut." Px-Commltteenieii Clblln and Host went to Philadelphia to-day tn confer with nrand Mauler Woihm.m Sovereign. At the stilktis" headquarters It was ad mltteel that the-o representatives vvero on an Important mission, but tho exact nature of it the strike leaders refused to divulge. The icport, however, that they hid in view tho calling out of the entire Knights of Labor In !lroohl)ii gained eons' Jernblu ciedence. Mister Woikmnn Connellv said tho re poit that he Intended to call oft the strike was unttiio In every partlculir. "The companies," ho said, "I1.1V0 not by any mean 1 nil the men they want or med. They ato bully crippled, for nil tho men now In their employ would not bo sufficient to opci.itn tin- roads In tho manner in which tiny were operated before tho strike." Master Workm 111 Connelly nisei said that It was not true that tlm men In the power houses weio to be called out. blltlKI'.liS IIOl.ll A M.s MIILI'INO. deny Slmp-un Speaks unci Adilies All let Vote) tile. Pop '1 le keit lliookljn, N. Y., Jun. 27. A mass meeting of tho strikers' fi lends und s)nipathUers was held this afternoon at tho Athenaeum at Lighth und Clinton stieeta. Tliu house was packed tn tho douis. Claience S. Roberts, president of Steieotjpers' Pnlon No, 1, piesided. Homy (iccugu was tho chief speaker. Ho tald If tho municipality owned tho roads and taxiid land values the rullioads would bo flee to thu people, Congressman Jerrj- Simpson, who also spuke, urged thu unilleucu In tho futmo to vuto tlm populist ticket. One of the ptiu clp.il planks In ihe Populist platfoini was tho ownership ti( the railroads, telegraph ami telc.ihoni hues by thu Roveruniunt. Iteso!ution. wro adopted denouncing the heauless mid av.uleious evaporations for having ti.rown tho entire community Into confusion, Involving immeusu pectin l.iry loss ami piuiperUIng a vast number of people; sympathlzliiK with tho men In th0lr efforts to secure 11 living wage and leasonublo bonis for labor; demanding that the attorney general of the state begin pio. ce-cdlngs to annul the charters of the rail way coiporallous and that upon the for feiture of said charteis all city railroads should be opeiated by the city of lirook. lyn or by responsible lessees under strin gent regulations for the exclusive benellt of the people of llrooklyn. Haily this morning Company q, of tho Porty-seventh regiment, was obliged to dis perse a crowd of 500 persons. Thomas Mc Urary, a gtrlklng motorinan, was discov ered placing stones on the Hack. A crowd fathered, gnd, jc.e.re.el aj, tlja fiUAfjrg. lc.. flrnj was nrreslld In spile of their pro tests. Mltltlii i:teet to tle lliiine. Moses llrown, 11 dpeclnl (nil. cm.in, under r'lptnln Kltzer, ol Jtldirewmvl, was terrl 1)1 beaten and till shield and elult taken away from him hyh mob In a saloon which Hip officer entered this afternoon, lnvcs titration by his mperlors uliefivwd Hi it urown nan berti (ruining during tne tiny and was abusive. He wis nurpciulril The members of the Seventh regiment, stationed hi llast New- York, llldgewoenl und Hale) strrel, nre calculating on re ceiving oiders at 10 o'clock to-morrow In return home. Thy base this anticipation on tho fact Hint titlons for but two ninri meals were orderpd tn-dn). Quito n number of windows were broken nlmig Myrtle nvenue, without any arrests being made. Odd 1'ellows' hall, the headquarters of the strikers nt Hldgewood, was thronged all day, but the best of order was maln tilneil. Mnster Workman Murpliv said that his men believed In keeping the Sab bath. This morning, for the first time In two weeks, can were running on the itli'timeuid hill and Lutheran cemetery lines of the llrooklyn Heights Itilltonel Company, and the Cypress hill cemetery branch of the llrooklyii, llueens County X Suburban rail way system. Tompkins nvenue anil Lorl mer street, iMeeker and Metropolitan nve nues were last nlchl supplied with car service. MARTIN IS FARSEEING. j TheKansis m imit.r Anptrlng let .t I'lilted Mutes .ti.dgi ship In oMithiiiua. Washington, Jan. 27 (Special) Senator Martin appears to bo trjlng to bag .1 little Rime for use In the event the senate calls up tho Ady-Mnrtln contest ease. While tho senator continues to collect Indorse ments from far and near to a position on the court of claims he has other matteis In view, nnd one of them at this time will outer very nicely In connection with matters In Okl thorn 1. The senator Is violently In fivor ot tho pi 111 to omnibus the territorial statehood mutters, with tho hope of having ukli homi admitted as n stile; bus b.en mak ing friends with the eiUl.iliomins; doing all ho could In various matters to get through certain legislation, and for tills as In other things a riison at last has come to the surfaces It Is n-"scrteel that some time ago nn uinlerstnildlng was reached between Sen ator .Martin nnd a number of .bis friends In oliliiliom.i to the uffeit th.it'the smatot should be given one of the places to I13 mule vac tnt em the Okl lhomi bench, lie Is 10 ho appointed Just 1 1 ior Oklahoma. The lr.ilorsements'he h 'S been receiving for a place on the couit er claims can bo moil to secure this pislt.nn also.. Ac cording to this scheme M u In, in 111 iking bis collection of ilndor-e in nts for the court of claims, has not neglected to get ome Indorsements fiom Iho members of the bench of Oklahom 1 Thus If It should happen he does not get the office he Is oitenslllv arter, ,he will hive ludoise ments fmm certain gentlemen In 1M.I.1 lioma vim, If they were Pi be asked for an Indorse ment for a phu e on the Okla homa In in h, might not so lonelily give It. This li 11 settledf.ict nnd. while the rec ommend ulons were given for the position on the e enirt of!clnlm, tin J can testify to the senator's 'ability I" the Oklahoma nutter Just as emphatic all) as they will for the ot'ier place. It is sil 1 that when the plan v as agn eel upon ceu tain -Oklahoma gentlemen con cluded It would the well to prep ire the public In fd.l.ilioma foi ibis turn or mit tei., anil hive many papen In that coun try notice the grent woik Senator M.utln has been e-untlnuilly' engaged In, In be half of Oklahoma. This has been done and some of; thejedltors knowingly and others not TVnrev.iJb.ei full meaning of the plan have been pialsiug the senator along the line suggested. Tin- plan Is not in end with the appoints ment of justice This of Itself would not be aj nlltiiing as the- senatoi vvoull like and hence thei. Is more of it hhoiild Mr. Martin this sfs-ion do much in .,'ei eikli honm ndmitte! 11 .1 state or In 1 ase It should happen tb it the ten linn Is nel mltliel e.ulv In 1I1 next congress piiti.tpi .1 I'nlted Stat.s ju Ige villi have to be ap pointed to pies,e tor life OVei ill. lle'VV Oklihomn distil t This Is whit VI mm is after as the iiltluiUe end ot the -( heme WILL REVERSE THE VERDICT. (Ippeineiils of Ihe Vdinllllstritliill l.vpcet til Jte eeiiisl lir --iit.il el iv's V nlii em tlm II iwuli ill One -lien.. Wishlngton. J111 -'7. The week In the senate will open with the 1 enow a! of the discussion of the II ivv.illiin question which piomlses tn be.e tho sublect of sevei.il mole very .mini it d speeches befino It Hh.ill be elcllnltili ami llnally disposed of. The adoption of the Vest nmeuilmoul and the Allen losohitlnn, lnsteael of dlj-eoiu.ig-Ing tho antagonists 01 the .ulmliitWti.itlon, has appaieutl) hud the effect of spurting them to even more stienuous and pro nounced opposition. They expicss them selves as hopeful of lev using the veidlet of Saliird ly when the next vote slnli be reached, which shall be on the final adop tion of the- substitute. Senator Teller will Inaugurate the dl-e iisslnn tor the week with a continuance of bis speech begun ye-.teid.iy Tho Hawaiian question will be conllned tn tin tlrst tvv n hours of the dally sessions and will at the expiration of this thin glo way to other subjects. The binkrupt ey bill has been given tho position of un finished business and will oeeupv attention for the glealer p.ut nf the wnk. Senator fit 01 gu will Innuguiato the delute with a speeeh on Moud ey. He i-xpetls the niea.-.-1110 to encounter veiy pionniinced opposi tion and hi this will not bo disappointed, as a, majority of the l.'istein and Northern senators will bo found to be against tho bill When thu bill Is ellsposod of in what ever way, the senate will piohihly piont-d tn consldei the pooling bill If the lhte.it- eueil oonlllc t between this and thu icirl toilal ndmlsedon bills should 01 cur, a 1111 Jority of the Itepiiblleau senators would support tho faction favorable to taking up the pooling bill and would piobably tin 11 the tallica in Its favor. Tlnru 111 e no ap proprl itlon bills now boio.o the senate, but tin 00 of thoie remaining unacted upon, vU , the Ulstiiit of Columbia, the diplomat ic and tho postollleo bills, will be reported during tho week, and it Is Senator Cue lu rch's purpose to call them up Immediately with the view of getting them out of tho way as soon ns possible This ho will elo to tho displacement of either the Hawaiian icsolutlon or the bankruptcy bill. ioi:i;cAsr roit 'mi: norsi:. Progrimimi llt-peiids 011 Clevi 1 nid't. Ai-tlna in llt-gard tn the- .Vlniiey (.'rt.ls. AVashlngton, Jan. 27. The programme In tho hoiis.e for the totning week will be subject to revision In cuse President Cleve land sends .1 special message to congress calling ior legislation to protect the gold reserve. Speaker Crisp, who has been at Abbeville. N. C, for tho benellt of his health. Is expected to-moirow or Tuesday, and If spec! il legislation Is demanded by Mr. Cleveland to meet the ciisU an effort undoubtedly v. Ill be made to oumply with his wishes, To-moirow under the iule. Is District of Columbia day, but a vote will probibly be taken on the bill to repeal the dltfeieiitlat (miiosed by the tariff aci 011 sugars! from bounty piylng cotintihu be foro District iiiuttcrH get ie riKlit of way, It Is the pies.'iit intention to give Tuesday and Wedneoda) to the report from the Paclllu lulhoid lommlssloi; to tuud tho debt of tho I nlon Paelllc, but as previously stated, this bill depends 011 the piesldent'! wishes. The 1 malndcr of the week wli be devoted to the consideration ot the naval and agticultural appropriation bills. Light appropriation bills have aljeady been dis posed of, besides tho two mentioned, and there are yet unacted on only the JegliJa JlW naa gwl jleuelsiicy, bills, ' v MEXICO'S SCHEME. sin: M.vvdiimii.PTin: ivnoi.i: or tiii: OAlirilMAI.A.N Itl.l'l 111, If. COULD DO IT VERY EASILY. rlAI.VADOli I'sl.MI Hint IllMH) ort'lI'lS 1 on i'i:.ci:. (iiinteimihi's tntrlgiin fur n '.nlril Amirl- t 111 lliilim Against .Vlevliu Not l.lliely In Mleeeeel I'n slilent lliirrlns' AlllhltliMI I'e.lee lallc. Mexico City. Mex Jan. 27 If Mexico Is pushed Into Ihe tight over the Inlcinatlontl boundary her policy will be as outlined from the flrt by Utneiul Pliir. nnd his cabinet to Iho clfca that this dispute nnd other little matteis will be settled once nnd forever and the necessary means usrsl to that end. It Is piophenled In some qu ir ters that Mexico will settle the boundary Him by quietly npHopilatliig the whole (Juntemnlart republic as 11 part of the Pulled States of .Mexico with the City ot Mexico ns Its tnpltal. and with tho chief executive of this lepubllc as Its ruler. Thu Mexican authorities decline to discuss this matter, however, nnd It Is exceedingly Im piobable that such a proposition has been ncrluti"))' considered except ns a last resort and after all otbei plans for leconclllatlon had failed. In nn interview wllh the Salvadorean minister, Don Jacinto Castellanos, he sale! that he consldei ed the final declaration ot war against Uu.itciiiiil 1 as .1 calamity which ought to be nvcitcet If possible and . &. mmm josi: m:-NA PAitnios. (President of Uuatciuala.) which, be thinks, will be averted bv- the final recognition of the Justice of .Mexico's claim. It will be leniembercd that Salvador Is In the position nf a friendly nelrhbor to RiMtr m il.i and -o will u-e nil Its Inlluence tn iiresene the peace. The hope of Guate mala for running a Central Ameilcnn union against .Mexico In the present tight sec ins to be glowing less anil less everyday slme the arilv.il of the- minister ot Sil v.iiloi In this c'liv . Ho bus kept bis home giiviriimeiit well informed of the hign spirit nf thu whole Mexican lepulille oin the Miliar, tnalan eplsodo and of tho u thltv or lids government III pushing leiiwnnl prepatatloiis foi a wai to a llnlsh. This sou of tiling Is not to the tnste or Kilvnilor or the other Central Aincrli.111 lepiiblies. Piesldent llaulos, of fliiateinala, Is f. and bv same ol the othet re pitulle-.s nn aeeiiuut or his vaulting ambition to be liilei or ill Centi.il Ami 1 lea, nnd so his 1I1 nuiinls iniry some weight with them when hiclnl at his we.il.ti ni lghbur.s. The otlie'.tl dull) ni the Mexican govern ment states that the late attempt nt the .itt.ie he. i of the liuiitemil.iu h'g.itlien lei vl-lt the gnveinment inns f.ietnij wa-. ii.it made In c-nmpanv with .111 Italian mliiKte-i but with c.ulos Lova, the foimei lit -.t m. 1et.1i) of the Mexuan legation In liunti tnil.i and Intel 111 luih. The pnsltlor or the government is ilmt If e.itatemala ur anj uthei nation deslies tn see the prept 1 at Ions lor war nun being maile In the government aims racioij, or anywheie el.-o, Mexico has nothing to hide and villi give tin admission and llbei tj- of lull In spuilnn to the ieireentatles of sue li countri (leniial Ptdro lliuojosa, seeietarj of w ir and navy, has gnqo to Veia Cum ostenslblv for his health Hernial ileirloab.it, senior commander ot tho aim) of the lepubllc, Is also at that point. The O. C. 1 Mel post or the C. A li. has pa--ed re-olutlou of fealty tn the .Mexican government In case of war with Guate- , .... lit .mitiline nf l,itnn mli i.iii. leielee.l. lug an Amerlean genital, have signified their willingness to go to the trout lor Mexico It Ihe service will be accepted The memorial will be presented to (Iene1.1l l)lu op Tiicsdav Tioops .lie lieing con eentiated at all I'aclllc aul gulf ports and tho government has chartered two mer chantmen In Aeiipiilco. hi ev 1 lit of wir ihe luv.ilon will be made from several pons, pilnclpall) from the Paelllc side. 1l.ll lie 1'iaii lid) '-.-tiled. City of Me xlcn, Jan .'7 'I ho clt) Is quiet to-night, although in lobbies of the hotels and wheievcr gioups me gatheinl tin topic- dlsi ussed Is the iluaumalan question. Set the excitement lias, to 11 lingo extent, abated Tho piesldout and officers of tho cabinet have bi-tn lousldulug ISuatemala's last document foi several ehij.s It Is be lieved that it U not nearlv satlsfactoiy to Mexico, nlthnugh liad It been very radical tho public would undoiibiidl) liavc learned of It b) now Piepar.itlJtis fm wat aie being- made bj both eoiintiles, no eloubt, but theie seems to-night to lie a feeling of iindorounent of opinion that the tioubln may bo dlplomit b ully settled, nud, while Piesldtut DI.U Is 111 m In dee hiring that Mexico must nnd will have her ikshts In tlm matter, he sahV tn-nlglit: "There h.n been no declaration of war with Ouitctn.ila nud I hope for a peaceful solution of the- question, " It Is now seml-ollle Lilly nnnouiie cd that tho leport of the w.irshlu having been sent lo iJualcmali Is tneoitcet, she sailed for another puit. Minister Do Loon lias leut-oel a residence hero foi ihieo jeois, e-loclng the deal S It-urduj-, whii li looks us If he thought ho would not re'olve passports to return to his country (O1mtem11l.1l for awhile, 1. emu viu company. Judge) C.ildnill Ii-nis Orders tn the lie ei Ivors. St. Louis, Mo , Jan. 27. Judgo Caldwell, In the I'nlted States circuit court, has or dered tho receivers of tho Lombard In vestment Company, of Kansas Cit), who )esterday tiled their llrst accounting, not to receive 01 dlsbuise any moro money fiom or to mortgagors nftir the in-xt thirty days and aie instructed to notlf) mort gagors to pay iiioney directly to owners 111 agents. A dicieu was maele foi iho sale of all the assets of the compaiij. tho form lilt) of drawing up the die no being refeircd lo Judgo Stiles, the master in chancery having tho matter In charg. , tho task to be completed In sixty da)s and the sale to take place wfthlu four months after that date. Tho receivers weru din ted to Hie within sixty days such an inventory of all assets us should be deemed ptoper by the master In chancery, The llru accounting of tho work per formed b) (hef reielvers ns submitted to Judge Cahtwell Is contained u the follow ing outstanding guaranteed loans Siptem ber 13. ISJJ. Including these pledged as col lateral, m.0S.',2Mi; loans paid through re Sfjvers. u4 etherwhje, l,i?;5i Joaus x, k tillelel, J'71t.'ll, loans fur- loo,l, Jife ' I. Fpi'lil I eh, lies nf BUnrnnl) pmP'it) eleeilcei, , te j, 11 ifcii, ri mnlidng Hide lib I- llr's, Jj'i ITeleielS tin S.ptrmbi r 20, I'll, the nntstiindlng ibbentuios of Ihe onmpiiiiy nuiolintod tn SI,SIS.3!.1(!1, Pp to Dei ember .11, JAM, Ihe receivers are Infouned tint Ihe different trustees linn- leioU'd !7!W.M7rr?. In dilu tion lo tho nbnV", Jlnl.iiem of Ihmllsh eleb. 11 tutes have been siirrelulereil to the tt U"feo In oxohatige' for t.'oonao of tollntoral plrtlgid In se-eiite them SEED FOR NEBRASKA. "senators und Itepr. s. utatlies Mill Dun lie 'I heir Cullie llimlii fur llio Hour lit nf the l oil). Omnh 1, Nob , Jan. 27. A special to the Iter fiom Lincoln. Nob, siys: Senilor Manderson has advisee! President Nnon, of the relief commission, that tho depart ment ot igrlcuUiire will ship hint mail rncks containing tho ncnnior's entire quota of garden nnd Held seeds, amounting to 1(1,000 papers. The senator pn)s: "If you nee tit to distribute them from your own office, all ilmt will he nresp.aiy to do will bo to put the name and postolllcc addles of leclplonts ntl each pile kaj,o I under iitnn.I that ltepresriitnllves Hi nor and Mercer will send you nil of theirs, and Dip reontntlvcR lit j on ami Molklejohn nnel Senator Allen will send you put of theirs. The ngrlotillural department will nisei send a large amount from the department sup plv ulid fiom contributions from other members of e-ongios " This lo a consldei able extent will nolle the question of si'ed grain. This question has been th" source of much sp-e illation among Nebraska people; while the prison! rcsnuries nre sufficient to rood nnd clothe Nebraska's elostltutc, little proi islon hail boon made for seed f-ralit. Now It Is lu llcved that the thoilsnnds of bii'hcls an nually dlstrlhuteel by Iho agrlcultlir il dr paitment thtvugh vailoiis congressmen nnd senators will be rent to Nebraska by common consent. THE MAFIA IN NEW ORLEANS. 'tint Sen let) ft m Vglbl Itogllll Opentlems 111 tho Ci'i-Mcnt CM) I'runillle III Cltlons 'threatened. New Oilcan", Li, Jan. 27. The Italian mntla has again begun operation III this city. The minder of the it. ill ill, Tonv Chlscsl, of Chicago, In the Italian quutter of the city Wednesday morning, was fol lowed jestprdii) b) a letter from tho nu lla to one of the wealthiest Hall. ills In Ihe cltj-, demiiidlug J.'.OIO on piln of nss.issi nation. Chlcosl was miiieleied to wipe nut a debt which he had against two members nf the association, one or them who had jift seived a term In tho penitentiary. The murderers Heel to Thlbodoaux, about st lent)- miles fiom the ells, ami have so t. t eluded ajiture. The letter demanding miinev v as to A, Monte-lone, a large shoe m.iuurac'tuiei, and one or the wealthiest Italians In the t-itv. 'Ihe leltei demanded thai ho go to Don .ildsonvllk. In tho same sci tlon nf the st.ito as Thlbndeiux-, and phu e JJ.oiu bo hlii'l .1 tie-e 111 the woods, wlileli would lie known bv a led iag haiiglug from one nt Ihe limbs. It stited that the woods would be i Inscly watehed and ndvlsed tint no police be biuught tn the scene. It line it one el assassination in ease the polli e weie notllloel. Monteloiie was veij- much filght 1 m el, but tln.illv declelcd to plat o tho mat ter In the hands of the police ami appi til feu- piolettloll The polli e and btttet class nf Itillans think that II Is a gtniilne letter and that the mall 1, which has been -lb 'it since the lynching, has agiln spuing Into exlsti nee. PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCES. Tnin Keeet. '.rn lliirrlsnii and Wllll.liit ale. While)' l 0111 In He thu l.noiites. Clnclnn ill, ()., Jan 27 The Conimcicl.il O 1. 'tie to-ila pi hits two pucs nt pri-le-r-0111 es tor tho next Ibpttbliiau nrimin itlon tor piesldent limn re pieseniiitUe llrpuli lb niis all uiei (hi' enuntiv, and 1 -pot l.illy Hnm Ohio, Indiana, Keiituekv, West lr glul.i. New York ami .tshlngt 111 e-ltv. In Its Minimal It sais. "Ohio Is for Mi Ivln h 1 ami Indiana ror ex-President Ibiijamln llaiiison. New York hardlv knims wheie she sniuls. The Itopnbliians or the- lhnpiie state tire linlellng oil In the end to 1 I1I101 ellctnte) the nominee-, 01, rilling In that, to dilvo the In st baigaiu the) can with the man they see Is bound to win One NVw Yeiikei declares himself fnr ex-Oovoinnr ruiaker. West 'lignla ei'ms to be for tin- best man vihieier he 111 iv be. One West Vliglnlan iliil.ni'H liluiM If for S.-n-atoi-eloct lilklns, while scleral Itepublic ans of tint slate expicss a tuereieiuo inr .liielgu Nathan Ooff roi Meenul plan on the ticket. Uovemor McKluley seems to be the flint cholee of the liepuhllc ,111s nr Ken tucky. At the national c ipltnl til" prepon deiaiice of Sintlnunt uppoais to be tor Tom llocel. Attention Is cnlUd tn the dec imation for Iteoel m ido In (ienii.il John llenlty, of Columbus. In the Washington Interviews It was sought 10 obtain expres sions tiuin either sonateiis or reptosont 1 tlvcs from over) stale In Iho Pnlon. .Me-lilnle-) see ms to be their scmii'l ihnlte, while Hirrlson, Allison ami others have eiuitu a respectable following. FURY OF A WOMAN SCORNED, 'terrible Itci.iigc nf Tun .Moil lVoini II I'peiu lllegn (iuiiiilo ut Hi. lujei.i, siMtora, Unrojecn, State of Sonora, Mex . Jan. 27. A terrible c.u-e of the t.'ieiMe of a dis honored W0111111 has been dlseovcied here Under prnmlse of man luge, Diego (Jonale, betrayed n s'uiing woman ot guod family naiued Vcl irquo The dec. Ii.r kijit put ting nit his promises In its fulllllmnit un til tho dishonored woman, becoming des perate, ibeldeil tn tiiku her revenge Tak ing her mother Into her eoulldone e, tho two women enticed their intended victim Into their house, and theio stnbbeil him to death. Hemming: the stones trom the floor of ono of the rooms, they excavated .1 sh illow giavi', Imo which they placed tho bod) and then rel.ilel the Hags of tho door. II) reason of iho cat th being luiM it had bun Impossible to dig the giavo deep and thu loeult was that the process of eleeiiy cause el thu dlscovei) to bo undo by ono of the neighbors. The two women an-111 the hands of the authorities. DEGIERS HAD ANGINA PECTORIS Thu liiifslin stale-mini i,'d or II. .lit 'trouble mid lull iiiiuiallon nf thu l.itngi.. St. Petersburg, Jan. 27. The lnune.tlata causa of the death Saturday ot M. Do (Hers, tho minister of foielgn, nitalrs, was angina pet toils, complicated with Inllamm . lion of the lungs. Ills la.st houis wuio peacenik Ho fell Into a deep deep early Satuiclay evening ami passed away almost Inipircepilhlj' that night, The cat.ifahpm has been irectcd In the elenth clumber ami tequlems will bo sung elallj until the un eral takes fikieo Wednesday next. It Is not likely that tho death of M De Oleis will involve any change of policy, all of his piob. thin successors being :t accord with the o-iir ill tho desire for peace, Thu Joiirml de St. Petcrsbuts pays a warm tribute to the faithful, devoted and talented services of M Do Uiers under till en leglmes Ceiuaidl) Attempt In Murder. . Nortouvllle, Kas, Jan. tT. (Spepi.il.) A lonurmy uiicmtH to miuuir Jirueo lllck etts, 11 farmer living hem, was maele (his af in noon. He is a bachelor living In town and owns a farm adjoining the city. Ho went to his hatu on the farm about I o'clock this afternoon, and some one struck him ovn- the head with a club, knocking him Insensible. He remained un conscious until about u o'clock. No cause can bo assigned for tho el line and there s U9 Klutj j,g, the pej uetratvr? Jjiei,jKg rtlsKVi HIKt). TIIAVI3U & CO., Hill tlWsOIIS TO TViiivmliire! I'tttrilit; .1lntmiim, i; tiftr fmiin, fS. To-clil! ue look fur Oti wctflitr In he nil ellld Center. "Tlm Occasion!" HOW WE'RE SELLING ART WARE I We have in the last thirty odd years asked you to come to many Linen Sales but we have never ashed you to come to a sale organized on such a grand scale as the one which we will inaugurate on Friday, February 1. For months past the linen man has been bending all his energies toward the collecting of the best lot of linens ever offered in any sale, and on Friday you will nee how well he has succeeded. 1 lave you looked over your linen supply this season ? No broken lines in the "White Goods" stock, thank the weather man for that. Thu bad weather has kept you from the sale kept some others consequently your choice of the iSc, 20c and 25c While Goods for iQic There's enough interesting news about the Embroidery Sale to fill a column can't spare space a single thought to-day Cambric and Nain sook Insertions new patterns the 29c, -3c and 39c kind for '. 22ic The 25c and 3ockind forg;c The 15c and iSc kind for. 2iC One-third off sonic of the handsomest Art China and Cut Glass pieces we've ever had. (Until Thursday night.) A few thoughts: A Sis I'.u.vul Worcester Vuso for.S32 A SI 1 Uoyul Worcester " asc for S23.67 A s-11 Dotiltiin Vase for SIO A 6'J'i Crown Derby Vaso for.SI6.67 A S'JTlIoyal Wori:cstnrVaso.!S64.Q7 A Si.. Ml Uoynl lioiin Vaso . . . .J3G.34 A $1S Jejnu.i S8 ASl'J Douiton I'itchor S3 A i- IT.r.ti Ihiultuii Vaso S25 A -".. 7.-1 Uoynl W. I.ovc Cup.g5l9.75 A &-!- 7.-. ( row 11 Derby Vaso SJ5.I7 A &-'' Kiulolsinilt Choc. .Hifj SI6.67 Afll Douiton I'ltchei- S9.33v A i id 1. mioses (. hoc. .Iiil;. . . S20 A S-1 .. (loiui.i Vaso S23.33 A S,".'.7! Itoyai llonti Vaso. SI9.75 A t'.i.i I'oicolaiu I'laceiue... S63.53 A d'.IS l.iuiOLTCS 'I'ca Set . . .$65.53- A tr. I'rcscuut 'I'e-i hut S23.33 A S1J Ciovvn Die'sdiMi Tiny . . SB A $1.1 Ciiinn Dri'selon 'J'rny . . . SIO A W.1.T.1 Cut Glass lee Cicam Tiav SI9.75 A SlS.Tfe Cut Class Pitcher &S.SO A Slo Cut tilass I'ttohcr. . . .SG.67 A Sid American limine Uust SG.G7 A Sid .',) Cut lilass Howl .. . S A 4i.'".fU r-Hvcr nml (llelSS J rult r.owi sis A&li'.Tft isilMT Nut l!iivvl....S8.50 A i-10.00 i'reiie-h D.-Ilt Vasi)..SG.67 A &12.M I'l'i'iu'li Delft V.IS0..S8.34 A 1J Koy.il Dioselcn Tray. . .S3. OO A il0.b7 salver .1 outtco 'leu Kuttlo Sll.ll This week the sale of that big lot of Jewelry at from )l to l2 regular price. Near two hundred thousand rolls of Wall Paper, and every roll new, 1S95 patterns 5c to $20 a roll. Have you ever taken lunch in the New Tea Room with your husband? Ladies', Men's and Chil dren's Rubbers and Overshoes all kinds in Shoe Depart ment. Boys' Sleds off. (,.) Seems a shame that just bc cause Blankets are a bit soiled from handling that they should go for half price but such is the case. 1 lot of 1 1-4 White Blankets colored borders, that were from 65c to $6 50 pair, go for HALF PRICE, nnERY, BIRD, THAYER & CO., BlTtTSMIKS HI AN Oit.VlOKlC.ll. COM'KST, :. s, ',initii, ut .11th11nj, Win the. VrUo ut l.au re niu Our Tuci Compel Itein. l.mrciice, Kas., Jan. ;7. (Special.) The annual contest hi oratory at Kanas uni versity lor the ..election of a lepri-beutn-tlve, for the' school at the state contest that v.lll be held in I'ebruary occurred last night. The oraton vveiu W, A, llackne, a bon of Hon, W. I', Hackney, ot Wlulleld; Otis Allen, of Topeeka, nud J J. S. Camp bell, of Anthony, The contest vvu. won by the latter In a btiouc; oration cntltleel National Perils." The Judges for the con test vine llov, J. K. Miller, 1'rofeasor V. V. Smith, Hev. W. W. Ayres, Itcv. W. O. HanUcr, Judje J. Q. A. Norton and Hon. fiKJ4j;eJi4 au etaffisaf.