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THE WEEK'S PROGRAM. m,: The Snjiionn Question Again to Come in the henate. TO HOLD NIGHT SESSIONS, lite IIOIIHU Mill ]IHV Iiiirty Time of jiwiaafeW'afe •WASHINGTON, J'CB. 4.—Tlio senate by its action last wi i.'lt diet not disposu of the fsamoiiii question. It will come up in a new lorni during the coimnp week and it likvlv more decided action will 5-f® lie taken. .Senator Fryo said that what aisCWL he expected the Benato committee on foreign relations to do. was to report a s!#Vac resolution giving the premdent, uutlior »ty io demand that tlltoxtatUHat the time ol the conference of I8b7 be j-eutored. 1 The eonimittee is now acting under a resolution of instructions iroin tlio sen ale, hut no Npecial meeting has been called, and the reBolution, it reported, ma not come before the tfcnato before WM AN ednewday or Thurnday. Meantime the IT —Tliii OriKM'itl LHIII) I'oi'fr'Hiiw 11111 .• Geiiorul (ossi|) friim the a* ^'..v tloiial Capital. Pai'ific railroad funding bill, the Slier man anti-trust bill, and the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bills are expected to come up. Hie cen HUH bill will be taken nn tho latter part ot the week, and it will probably occupy the Kcnato attention tor two days or more. Senator UUiuidler expects to ask the senate to take up IUH Louisiana elec tion resolution about Thursday. The report of tha committee on privileges and elections on the Washington county (Texas) outrages will be presented to tho senate early in the week, but it is not likely to be called uj^for action. Four night sessions have been ordered in the house. One hundred and eighty eight members ot congress have signed ix petition to Speaker Carlisle. asking him to recognize Mr. Hlanchard to move a suspension of the rules to pass the river and harbor bill. Representative 'I iiiiothy Campbell is anxious to securo the jiassttfie ol the bill to^pension Mrs. Gen. Sheridan, and Mr. Dunn, if recog luzed by the speaker, will^movo the pas sage of the inter-national copyright bill. Mr. Townshend vflll, at the tirst oppor tunity, call up the army appropriation bill, and Air. Cnpp has two contested election cooes on hand. The Nicara v.« guan conference report is on the table and Mr. McClardv will call it up as soon impossible. The report is likely to give rise to an extended debate. As tho ses -i sion draws to a clo^e tho bills being pushed torward ai-a so numerous that any of them may at anytime engage tho attention of tlio house" to the exclu sion of measures assigned and given time for consideration. I.HIHI Forfeiture ILLTL. WAJHIIXOTON, Feb. 4.—Congressman Holman said that ho had hopos that some basis of compromise could be •. leached between the house and senate conferees oa the general land forfeiture bill. On teparate bills now in confer ence, relating to lands in Alabama, Michigan, and Washington territory, the senate conferees had expressed a willingness to agree the aggregate to .ft forfeiture of about -2,225,000acres of la'.id, They had also conceded, in cases where land was within the granted lim its ol two railroads, and had been de clared forfeited, by tho road first' claim ing it, that it can not accruo to the other road, but must, be restored to the public domain. It the general land forfeiture bill could not be agreed upon by tho con ferees tliey would report separate bills. He had no dpubt as to their pas sage. f'i" Twiiln an a I^»ltyjf«t. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 Before tho La dies' literary association of Washington on Saturday night, Mr. Samuel L. Clem ens (Mark Twain) related his experience, an a lobbyist on behalf of. the interna tional copyright bill, and incidentally pointed a moral for tho guidance of con gressmen in dealing with this question. His remarks were continuously inter rupted by laughter and applause. The Yorktowu,'* WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.—The official ex amination of- the machinery and trial trip of tlm gunboat "Yorktown" will take place at Philadelphia tins week. The board of navy ol,leers will assemble at Cramp's ship yard to-day. The con tract calls for an estimated horse power of 11*403, but the contractors are san guine that this will be exceeded. Morton's Now Washington 1tntl(tln WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.—It lias for some time been- in doubt whether the largo building now being erected by Hon. Levi P. Morton, at the corner of and Fifteenth street, would be occupied as a hotel or an apartment house. Mr. Mor ton has definitely decided that it shall be rented for an apartment, and the -building has been placed in the hands of real estate agents. Adjt. Gen. Druili'ii mrce**or. WASHINGTON. Feb. 4—Theretirement of Adjt. Gen. Drum in May next has started applicants and aspirants for the position to renewed exertion. It is be lieved in aruiy circles that the contest has narrowed down to Generals Kilton and McKeever, both at present assist ants to Gen. Drum. J**?. Want* a Quiet Retreat. WASHINGTON, Fob. 4. --The Sunday Capital says that President-elect Harri son is negotiating for a country seat at Avenel, Montgomery county, Md., which is ten miles northeast of Washington on the Metropolitan branch of the Balti more and Ohio railway. CAPITAL GOSSIP. Information was received here that Mrs. Frelinghuysen, widow of the late ex-Secrotary of State Frederick T. Fre linghuysen, died Sunday at Newark, N. J. Mr. Robert L. Miller of Ohio, chief of •the loans and currency division of the secretary office, treasury department, -was appointed deputy collectar of cus toms at Port Townsend, W. T-, and left with his wife for his post of duty President Cleveland will return to the state of New York tci resulo on the ex piration ot his term of ollice, and will, March 5, resume the practice of his pro feabion New York City, having asso ciated himself as counsel with tho law Arm of Jiangs, Stetson, Tracey & Mao Veagh. THE MAN OF HER CHCICE. S&HJ A Couftin uf Gov. Am« of MaatmoliugcU* Marries a MInu«*ota Po»tml»treK». Sr. PAUL, Feb. 4.—Oukea Ames, a young man at St. Anthony Park wlio can draw hi^i check for $il0Q,000, bncame infatuated with Mlsi Emily Watson, the pietty assistant postmistress there, last summer. The parents of the girl ob jei ted to the match because of her youth, while the mother of young Ames 4&ttturry^io a nuytuU knot oji account oi the clillerciiees"in station of the pair. Ames returned from Chicago Thursday afternoon, met the girl at St.- Paul, and the pair went by carriage to Mendota. whei'e thev were united by a justice of the jjeace. after which they took a train lor Detroit. Mich. Ames is a cousin of Governor Allies of Massachusetts, and most of his properly is Chicago real es tate. :V A Sp i'in C.r Virtnu. PnTsnuno, Pa., Feb. (.—In an inter view. Vice President C. C. Waite. of tho iiiciiinati, Hamilton and Davton rail road, speaking of the iuture policy of railroad ofliciais, said: "The outlook for business on the. roads tho coming spring is exceedingly good. It looks as though there would be a spasm of virtuo among railroad managers. They have been cutting rates and lighting each other lor vears. At last they seem to have nrrived at I lie conclusion that it is loo much of a losing game all around to be continued. Thev are more inclined to lie. harmonious and live up to agree ments. I believe that our different or ganizations will bo revised and put on a (inner basis. Resolutions will be passed and rates made that will be more likely lived up to under the organisation of our different associations. We will then be running our roads on a lirmer basis. All all, I consider that the outlook is very encouraging." To AmiilKiimnto Churches. EDINBLKQ, Feb. 4.—An ctffort is being made to revive the proposal for the union of tho Free and United Presby terian churches. It is now nearly fifteen years since negotiations tor the amalga mation of the two churches were closed. The reason for the rupture was tho lios tihtv of a determined- minority, whici threatened to claim the whole property of the Free church the law courts in the ovent of the union being edected. The threat alarmed the majority, and the scheme for a union was abandoned. The minority held and their position was sustained by the most eminent law yers, that tho property of the church must remain with those who adhered to its original constitution. As the leaders of tho two branches of the church are leading the movement for a settlement, it is believed a compromise will bo ef fected. A New CIIUUMI I-HI at Pekln. PARIS, Feb. 4.—The now cathedral l'ekin, which takes the place of the I'ei-Tang, removed two years ago from the neighborhood of tho imperial jialace, after having for many years excited the irritation or the Chinese, was formally consecrated by the most jiroininent church dignitaries in the empire. At the ceremony the Chiueso government was represented by officials of high rank. The total inferior length of tlie church is 248 feet, and the height sixty feet. The height was fixed in a conven tion between the Chinese government and the Lazarist mission, and one of the conditions imposed was that there should bo no lower. These requirements added to the difficulty of the architect, but he overcame them. .SimtiUuiieouJi Acts. VIENNA, Feb. 4.—A great sensation has been caused here by the death of a beautiful young baroness. The event occurred during last Thursday night,tlio night of Crown Prince Rudolph death. It was not known until Sunday that the young victim look poison, not :r. j'-cv father's house, not in Vienna, but at Meyerling, where tho crown prince committed suicide. The two acts soom to have been almoBt simultaneous, and go to strongly support the rumors that ltudolph suicide is due to an unfortu nate liatjon. «Jolin Mni'lvy, LONDON, Feb. 4.—John Morley, M. P., will redeem a long standing promise by addressing a meeting ot Liberals at Portsmouth. Ho.will have something to say about the Sanioan difficulty, as well as about the recpnt coercion tactics ot Baltour in irland.-To-morrow he will be entertained at breakfast by the Ports mouth Liberal club. The Dead Prince. VIENNA, Feb. 4. Four thousand strangers visited the chapel Sunday, where the remains of Crown Prince Ku dolph lay state. After the body had been placod in the chapel the choir sang "Palestinas Liberia." The remains will be placed in a vault until a sarca phagus is built. gjg Twenty-four I'e»ou» Drowned. LONDON, Feb. 4.—News has just been received of a collision of the steamer Keried and the ship Killochau. Both have sunk and twenty-four persons are reported drowned, Tho collision* oc curred in tho English channel off Dun gesa light. RS-v •,? FOREIGN NOTES. The minister of justice has sent his resignation to Premier Floquet. It is generally believed at Berlin that Crown Prince Rudolph was murdered. Commissioner McKay in a letter writ ten at Usambario on Nov. 26, savs that up to that time he he had received no direct news from Stanley or Emin. BKUSSELS, Fob. 4.—A railway train from Brussels for Nainur was thrown from the track wliilo running at a high rate of speed near Groenendael. Four teen persons were killod and fifty in jured. Mr. Balfour ridicules the idea that he is afraid to face the reception he would receive from an Irish audience, and ex- Eavo resses the hope that he will frequently an opportunity to address an audi ence of Irishmen. Prince Rudolph's will orders that his daughter shall always remain with the emperor and empress. He leaves tokens of remembrance to all his friends and intimate acquaintances. A large num ber of persona viewed the body of the dead prince. The Standard's Berlin correspondence says nobody at the German capital ex pects that there will be any trouble be tween Germany and America. Ger many, he says, will make friendly pro posals with a view to a settlement of the disputes. Mary II. Fliln Ilend NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Mary H. Fiske, the brilliant and versatile writer and wife of Stephen Fiske, the well-known literateur, died Monday morning. She was connected with The New York Mir ror. She also wrote for The Chicago Herald, St. Louis Republican and Wash ington Post. Arab Immigrant*. NEW YORK, Feb.4 .—Among the pas sengers on the steamship Germania, which arrived, were seven Arabs, who came here for the purpose of peddling. They come from Bayreuth, in Syria. Way Down. ST. JOHNSBURG, Vt., Feb. 4.—Tho thermometer is 32 deg. bolow zero here and 40 below at Stowe. ANGRY WITH GOVERNOR GRAY- indlana Democrat* Charge the Defeat ot Their Candidate to HI. Action. F.VAN8V1L1.E, Ind., Feb. 4.—The after math of che congressional election in this district last Tuesday shows a deep and undying animosity again#* tiovgrnor SI firay, who was the prime, cause of the result being so disastrous to the Democ racy. Nearly every one of the rural pajiers have conn: out boldly and charged the defeat to the action of Gra\r in creating an unnecessary embroglio, und by ordering an election in the midst ef it. From a dispassioned standpoint the phenomenal success of the Repub lican candidate, F. B. Posey,was largely due to Democratic apathy and Repub lican organization. Gray's action no doubt contrbiuted to the result, because it was indefensible and the election wholly unnecessary. The Gentle inciiN Agreement CHICAGO. Feb. 4.—Notwithstanding that the directors of tho Chicago. Bur lington and Quificy road favor the new agreement of the presidents, and that Vice-PresiiU'iit Stone voted with the -tlier roads for its adoption. President Perkins has written a letter stating that he will not sign tho agreement until the Illinois Central and Kansas City, Ft. Scott and Gulf roads have given assur ance that they will also become parties to it. It is stated that Mr. Perkins is merely trying to scare tho Illinois Cen tral into signing. President Strang of the Atchison road bad an interview with Vice President Harris of the Chi cago, Burlington and Northern. Mr. Harris did not refuse to sign the agree ment, but said he would go to Boston Monday and lay the matter before his board of directors. A telegram was received from President Ncttlelon of the Kansas City, Ft. Scott and Gulf road stating that he is in favor of the agreement and is ready to sign it. The only roads, therefore, about which there is any question are the Chicago, Burlington and Northern and the Illi nois Central. article It IJvcly for tlio Cops. NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Matters are prac tically at a standstill in the Brooklyn strike on the surface roads. No cars were run. NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—A gang of hood lums gathered at Twenty-eight street in the afternoon and began throwing stones at the Twenty-third street cars which were passiug. A large crowd soon gathered, and the roughs began dumping garbage and other obstructions on tho track. Many cars were derailed, and the stone-throwing continued for sometime, until a squad of police at rived and dispersed the crowd. Nobody was injured. To-day is the seventh of the strike on the surface roads, and ihs outlook jg very blue for the (strikers. Many ex pressed fears at the meeting Sunday evening that the strike was a failure. Cars are running about as usual on Broadway. Third, Fourth and Sixth avenue linc3. Many old employes are seeking work. I: Cremation Unpopular. BALTIMORE, Feb. 4.—That cremation of the human body is not regarded in much favor in Baltimore is evidenced by the cause of the resignation of Ben jamin Horwitz as president and director of th'j Cremation Cemetery company. "Four years ago," Mr. Horwitz says, "when the company was tirst formed, it was thought the movement would be sufficiently popular to raise $15,000 for a crematory in a year, but after every ef fort it has, even at ••this late day, been found impossible to secure little more than one-third that amount." A liegal Premium on Tbeft. On the 8th of December, *1885, says Prof. Henry Wade Rogers in the Febru ary Foram, President Cleveland trans mitted to the senate what he pioposed as anew treaty of extradition with Gieat Britian. In the message which accom panied it he paid: "i'he inadequacy ol the existing arrangements for extradi tion between the united States and Great Britain has been long apparent. The proposed treaty has been allowed, however, to lie on the table ot the senate tor three years without final aotion. The senate oaanot be unaware ot the faot that the existing extradition relations of the two countries are inadequate, and a constant menace to the business interests of both nations, particularly so to all flnanoial institutions in either country. Neither oan the senate be unaware, for its attention has been oalled to it in a memorial, that between the time when the treaty was sent in, and Febraary, 1888, when aotion was again deferred, postponing it to the present session, a partial list of embezzlements oommitted in the United States, by persons who fled to Oanada, amounted to $3,840,570. Most of the embezzlements noted had taken place within a single year. The largest of them was that of an insurance man ot Hartford for $1,000,000. The failure of the senate to take aotion on this treaty seems to many soaroely creditable, and the friends of the Olevelar-d administration have pro fessed to Bee in it an un worthy partisan purpose. But whether or not there are any just grounds for this opinion, it doe* not oonoern us here to inquire. The important faot confronting us is that nothing haB been accomplish ed, and that our extradition arrange ments with Great Britain are to-day no better than they were in 1842. Those relations are wholly inadequate and strangely pre judical to the beet interests of both nations, whose criminal law is weakened because the -sooundrels ^f either oountry can enjoy impunity for all but a few crimes, by esoaping from the jurisdiction of one to the jurisdiction of the other. Where to Draw tbe Line. Ohioago Tribune: "In the ease of my anfortunate olient, gentlemen," said the eloquent attorney for the defense in a murder oase, "it is for you to draw the line between murderous rage and emo tional insanity." And tbe jury rendered a verdict that they thought tbe safest place to draw it was between tbe head and shoulders. Mo matter what the school of physio^" They each oan onre an ache or phthisic— At least 'tis said they ou But at Botenoe turns tho wheel atill faster, And qnaoka and bigots meet disaster, To as there oomes a man whose t&erit hath woii ooantlcss r.u'ok Who use and praiae hla Pleasant Pellets." Tbe "Pleasant Purgative Pellets." of Dr. Pieroe, though gentle in aotion, are thorough, and never fail to oore bilious ness, diseased ot torpid liver, and son siipatior. v», *f ... T--- Will «r» to ttae West. Washington oorrerpondeoce Omaha Bee: Ho far as the New York republi cans in Washington are concerned there will be no disappointment il the aeore- tarjebip of the treasury goes to the west. They i-xpeot this to be done. There are no astute politicians here who have at any time daring the past three or four weeks believed that New York would se cure the finanoial portfolio. Who will acnstitnter the eonooil of Pretideut Harrison was the topio of dis onssion by Senator Hitcjok and Ri,»e senratiye William Walter Phelps, as they sat on a lonnge in the hall of the honse of representrtives this afternoon. At the end of their oonsnltation Mr. Phelps Baw Senator Allison, and imme diately thereafter your correspondent saw the New Jersey man. "Do you think Nov York will get the seoretary sbipof the treasury 7" I asked. "No," was the decisive answer given instantly aDd witlont he»itatiou. Senator Allison doi not regard his refusal of the treasury portfolio as in any degree brightening the prospeots of the east in seouring that position. He ex peots it to go to the west. Greater in terest is showD here in the make up ot the cabinet just at this time than during the period when it was be lieved that Senator Allison was slated, or in fact at any time before he was offeied the treasury ship. Representa tive Steele, of Indiana, who is a warm personal iriend of General Harrison, will leave for Indianapolis to-morrow to see the president-eleot. Daring the past twenty.fonr boors he bas talked to nearly every prominent republican in both houses of congress, (or the purpose of ascertaining what is desired in rela tion to the secretaryship of the treaenry. Every section of the oountry, he says, waives its personal desire and the unani mous wish is that President Harrison •hall seleot the ablest financier to be found, without any recpeot to recogni tion of section. The New Yorkers and the New England people say they do not want to infiaenoe General Harrison one wayor the other. They only a«k that the very best man be seleoted. So far as it is known here, New York is making no special effort to secure the treasnrysbip. It is taken for granted that General Hariison some time ego made up his mind that he would go west for his treasury timber Uouldn't (Sleep Without hlb Whipping. This incident is from the London Tel oerapb: Go to bed, sir, in the oloset there," said an enraged father to bis son who had given him just oauseof off .nse "were it tot for thtse gentlemen were present I nould give you a sound whip ping, but you Bhall bave it before break fast to-morrow, certain." The little rebel went to his crib with a heavy heart, and tbe enjoyments of the party con tinued until a late honr. Just when tbe party was about to brtfak up the oloset door was quietly pulled baok and the young offender put out his head, re questing tbat tbe sentenoe might be put in exeontion. Father would ye just gie me my liks tbis night, for I oanna sleep without them Philadelphia Ledger: It is not true that Anthony Oomstock is back of the men who are leading the fight at Harris burg in behalf of dressed meats. ttucklen'a Arntea Halve. The best Salve in the world for Outfl, Bruises, SoreB, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Ohapped Hands, Chilblain Oorna, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos itively euzas Piles, or no pay required. 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Territory of Dakota, Second Judicial Dis trict ss. In the Dietriot Court in and for the Oounty of Yankton. J. E. Bruce, Plaintiff, vs. Henry Fahernwald, defendant. Tha Territory of Dakota Sends Greeting to Henry Fahernwald, defendant. "VT^OU are hereby Bummced and required to answer the complaint of J. £. Bruce, pl -intiff which was filed «n the office of the olerk of the di«triot court within and for said Yankton county, at tankton, Dakota on the 7th day of December, 1688. and serve a copi of. upon the snbioribers at their office, in the city of Yankton, D. T., within thirty days, after the service of this summons. exolusWe of the day of service, or the plaintiff will take judgment against you for twenty dol lars, and eight cents, with interest at seven p*r cent per annum from Nov. 1st 1888, besides oosts. Dated at Yankton. Dakota, this 6th day of November A. D., 1888. FBENCH A SMITH, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Ohio. 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