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" " - j- , < " " ' --'I' : ' 'H1"V" , ? " t , ; , I'J - " - - , - - - ' . 1 , l vTir-r , , TV A DAILY TVT. Tr'r % A r r A k1-rt i , - - ( JlEE r TIE 01IA : FRIDAY , J.UAUY 11. 18 ! ; . r k TO SUPPORT > TIE INDIANSme i - Di of the Reuse Oommiteo Making the Appropriation Ready for Reporting 'jt ESTIMATES hAVE BEEN CLOSELY PARED ChAlrmnn 10ilmn InlA the , HIll I SIVCA S2IOJI-ehrl'kl ) Ancl SOllh Inlll : , ruro Wol II Is 1'r " IIov- JelllA oC the Menslre , V WASHINGTON nUHEAU OP TiE UEE. I . 107 I. ' Street , N. W. ; WAShINGTON , Jan. 10. The preparation of the annual Indian ap- roprlaton 11 ha ) been con1letCl and theco : bill wi ho presente to the house tomorrow. There \1 be a provision In the bill for the npproprlnlon of $ S8i to py narletl rchards of Chadron Neb , for heef ) , 11elverell ( to Ilno ' Jhlg agency In November , 1891. The nmolnt Ils been dlsnlowed ) because the averngo of the beef was not fully up to the contract. Congressman Pickier has secured nn ap- roprlalon of $3,000 nddltonal to rclmburse ccrtaln ( setter on the Crow Creek and \Vtn Jlcbao reservations In South Dakota , whose claims were held for further proof. tIe alsO started the appropriatIon of $5,000 for artesian I , veis at Crow Creek anti Cheyenne rver agencies : also a provision authorizIng the sec rotary oC the Interior to usa $20,000 for the lelc of the Sisseton Indians , and also a pro : vision requiring the secretary to proceell I without delay to the construction of the Indian - : dian Industrial ] schools at Chamberlain and I lapll CII' . 'Ihe bill contaIns a Ilrovlslon that the op roprlnton lade for sectarian ( schools shnl I bo dlmlnlshell 20 per cent each year , thus re suiting In the abolishment of these school at the enll of five years for wont of funds tor : maIntenance. This Ilrovblon Is one for which man ) of the western congressmen have ben , working for soma time. There Is ala an aPpropriation of $20,00 ( ) for Imy for additional employes at the soy - oral agencies In Nebraslm and the Dakotas , $800 at which shnl be used for an adlltonal I blacksmith nt the Cheyenne River agency , OmEHAL COMMISSION CONTI MIIJATED ; The total of the bill Is about $200,000 below - low the eztitiiates. Hellresentatve Holmnn , . . c-h chairman at the committee , explains that F1. provisions are cheaper this year than usual , that most of the Inhnbltant oC the countr ) : ' are forced , to practice unusual economy , and : that the Indians ) should share the same con ( Iltions. 'rhe prllclpnl legislaton embodied In tim bi provIdes that a committee of fly a memhers-elect of the l"lny-fourth congress t , who are also members at this congress and ' , of the Indian committee , shall , before the first Monday of December , Investigate al Ii al Indian expenditures by the government. The , , . committee Is to have commlteo a clerk and its ex- : I I'enses are limited to tOOO. It Is om- .j- . - Ilowerell to travel and embody Its conclusions In the form of a bill. States or tcrrltorles entitled to Indemnity school lands may select them from surplus laud or ressrvatlons within rvatons their borders after alotments have been made to the Indians 0r according to another : IJruvlslon. Thirty thousand dollars Is dolars ap- IJrOlllated for surveys or resurveys of reser. "atous which Ire suitable for agricultural or grazing purposes and to complete the alotment , tim provlslous applying to lands alotell In several ) ' tinder thu act at Febru. ary 8. 1887. the surveys to be made under . I ) the supervision oC the ' director oC the geological - ge- logical survey If the secretary or the Interior - tenor thinks advIsable. All conflicting laws arc declared to bo Inoperative , but there Is a clause restraining the geological survey from using any moneys for Indian land sur- veys except as directed by the Indian . Irected com- mIssIoner. : Thirty thousand dollars Is to be apiIed for irrigating machinery for alpled S No IJrchnses ot supplies for resen'atons. Is to be made without three weeks notice by advertisements , except In cases oC special exleley , when the secretary may expend $3,000 In the open market , but he must report the same to congress and the I purchases - chases must bo made It practicable from ! Jndlans. Amounts appropriated for subslst- coca and not used for thQ purposa may bo expended for stock cattle or to assist nil or time Indians who have taken allotttnents to buid houses and start tanning. alolments _ ment property on resovatons nol neeted , may under the biiI . bo transferred to others. I the secretary thinks trIbes receiving rate lS and clothing arc sufflclentiy advanced surclenly . . to purchase for themselves , he may dis. tribute to them per capltn Senator Mamlorson today Introduced In the , senate a bill providing for tbo establish- establsh- ment and maIntenance at a national school of forestry and anther bill to appropriate $2t- 000 to aid In the better endownmeni and sup. port of the colleges for the benefit of agri- culture and the mlchanlc arts. These bills are simIlar to the ones Introduced In the house by Mr. Itainer. ' . All members of tim house Al of representa- ' Byes have bon asell to donate a part at the quota at seeds from the Agricultural department - Agriculural lpart- mont to be presented to the Nebraska State Relief society that they may bo distributed to residents of the routh'strlclten districts In the state. W. A. Carpenter of York , Neb. . W. K. $ Doardman oC Nevada Ia , and L. W. Beard ' e , of Decrah , Ia. , are In Washington to attend c _ the meetings at the National metng Natonal Dairy union. Messrs. Carpenter and Boardman are vice presidents at the union In their respective la te ! . repectvo MAIL HELD UP AT ChICAGO . , In time discussion of the postofilco approprl. pstoreo aton bill , Congressman Perkins of Sioux City called ! attention t the tact that time Ciy fst snail trains , which leave Chicago between 2 Chicag ' and 3 o'clock In time morning are delayed h from 9 o'cock In the evening , primarily to accommoato time Chicago newspapers. lie . polntcd out that all at the eastern mal trains arrive In Chicago not later than 9 o'cloclt In the evening , and that the later regular west- era passenger _ trains leave Chicago al 1 ' O'CIOCK at mmIgmm. flr. Perldns mcrely In- qliro without receiving a satisfactory an. swer , why the fast mal trains are delayed four or five hours In ChIcago , If any reason can be shown other than for the Purpose of accommodating the Chicago Ilrpse . Mr. Perkins sent to the clerlt's desk and hall rend n letter from the editor at 'fho Omaha flee cepcrlhllg ] tim discrimination shown to Chi. cage newspapers over time taly papers imb- 1sII > In the Missouri valley. Mr. PickIer "f f South Dakota was the only representative from time Missouri valley who had seconded time efforts of Mr. Perkins In this maUer , . whie Mr. Hopkins of Illinois and otbers In. terested In Chicago actively participated In the debate. Mr. Perkins anti Mr. Pickier WI ro unable to accomplsh ahythlng beyond . Ilolntng ottt. the fact that the postomco tIe- partment Is systematically ISO for the bene- m ot neWSllllers In Chicago , to time detri- , - 10I' ment of newspapers ( Ilullshed In the Missouri - valley . I A GENERAL WAY. i Congressman Pickier of South Dakota , has S Intoduced a bill Ilro\'llnl that hereafter , timber culture claimants shall not be re- : quired. In making proof , to be personally personlly plerent at time land omco where such proof , Is to be Ilresented bul may have their T evidence taken at their places of residence and transmited to the proper land 0111cc . The bill was referred ] to the committee on , Public lands Mr. Pickier has secured the allowance of an additonal clerk for the land office at Pierre , S. I ) . . the term to commence February I , imext. lie has also secured time estnblshment of a posto/co at Hooker , Turner county , S. D. Secretary Smith today rendered decIsions In the following land cases : Nebraskn- " J George M. Wright against Wiiam I. Smith. Val ntne district , decision alrmell and V Bmnlth' entry to stand intact South Dakota -ThomaB I' . I lnley , Rapid City district , S decision reversed and lnley allowed sixty : days 10 lake 1)lyment for Inlll ; Marina Russell , Waterlown * Istrlct , decision af- firmed and application to make second 110me. stead ! entry denied. South Dakota postmasters were appointed tOday as follows : Earing. Preslie county Ireslo I Mrs. M. L Armstrong , vice J , S. Lci , . 4 WOOl ! . resigned ; Keystone. Iennlnlton county , . . - , . , I M. 1 < Carr , rIce J. O. Blair . , resigned l ; New- _ hope , Minnehaha county , F. N , O. Peterson , , , Vice W. A. Crooks , resigned. . 'I ' I'ostmastorB wore commisioned today as follows : Nebraska-Lizzie Stckier , 1 [ em- IS ¶ 1' they ; Eugene L. . Ihry OrlI ti , iticlifleiti Iowa- S mmer 1. I Caulday , Mien ; Ira M. Cooper , Ringgolil. Soutl Dakota-Lawrenco Johnson , . 6111nl , . _ I'revi'istlopi is lolrr Thais ( 'tire . V WASHNGTON , Jan 30.-The much dis- "uuad Ruulau Lbisfl' . lu thl l\nlrv ald k the means ot fr venlon are discussed ! In I bulotn issued by the Agricultural depart. me at. I wu prepared by Assistant Botanist L. H. Dewey , who says that the thistle wlcely distributed In the district NiSi of the Ito cicies makC Its damage Inevltnble but It mlY bo Ixcll11e(1 from the Pacifc coast t wherever found I should be killed before It produces seed , during three sucessh'o years , the pet In all probability will be completely ) ' terminated _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1\:1 : IS TII:1 U"S ln : : . s : x"mlnntol Sho"A Irrmnn I'rodnct.\ I'lI front Inrl. WASINGTON , Jan. 10.-1 Is hoped ilmat , \merlcan food products are as purl as those so ld In Germnny. The following Is a special re port submitted to the Department of State by United States Consul Stephen at Anna- ! ' . ber . The Soc'iety for the Prevention of Alluleralon In Saxony In the 111st year has shown by analysis that no less thnn 18.9 per cent of time substances examined contained objectionable alluleraton , The only American product was dried fruits , which were prohibited on the ground of traces of zinc nhsorbell from time drying ] ta bles . Oil of citron contained of that oil ohly a tow per cent. the balance being oUter Inrrel1ents anti nlcohol flutter , particularly tram Austria , contained cocoanut oil , tallow , colon cd seed oil , ele. Textile fabrics were dyell with poisonous colors and wool sttms s hewed cotton mixtures up to 25 per sturs . The spices with which meats were 'repared contained tannin : sausages living parasItes , F rult Juices were colored with cimenticals A sam\le of coffee was impregnated wlh a flh ) Ingredient. Rye four was adulterated wlh rice four , buckwheat four with starch [ I ran was a cOlposlton or wheat bran , rye b ran . sand , dtit mite and mite eggs Ohivo 01 was tounll to be nothing but rape seed oi IlerCumed with rosemary oil . rl\e welt Was the as adulteration adulteraton made that even ex- perlencel , mercitants could merchnntl not detect it. What was sold as Hhenlsh llebfran much lehrnn inlch p roved to he ns sour as \Inegar. The sweet okay wino was adulterated with large nIl- 11Ions of suar. I NATI0\ IAHt\ lOS , Second 4lnlll St'ioit Con veied II Vahi- Ifltul \ettrtlmiy . WAShINGTON , Jan. 10.-Thc National Dairy union began its second annual meet- hI i ! hero today. The declared objects of : the union are to secure national and state legislaton l to prevent the manufacture and sale at food products made In imitation of pure I butter nnd cheese , anti also to prevent - S vent the sale of adulterated dairy products I anll also to assist 11 the effective and thorough - IS ough enforcemenl at laws on these subjects , hiws I tutU such : ni Iuturo laws as may be en- acted ha\'llg for their object the ends sought hy the union. Ono of the most Imllortnnt qmmestlons which L vili come before thmi queslons . wl this session Is that re- biting to whnt Is known ns "mled cheese , " s alt ! to be produced by substituting cotton. . s eon oil . lard neutral , or cheap butter fem high grade butter. On time question of taxing filled cheese anti compelling dealers ] . to staml ) ; It. the union I said to be dh'lded. During the prcsent meolng the union will try to ; oblaln government recognition by the estah- Ishment h of a bureau or agriculture to be devoted to dairy Interests. The union vii i bo In session until next Saturday arer- wi noon. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - SI'lnSUI rAllS WI'1 I'1iE$1flIr. Uotormllc < t to Go Ahrll\ 'with , thu Effort , ltort for Cnlrclcy LsaImlmitmoii. WAShINGTON , Jan. 10.- lr. Springer , who was In charge at the Carlisle currency bill In the house , spent some time this morning with PrCldent Cleveland and Mr. Carlsle , meeting them separntely. When Mr. Springer reached the house later ho would not go Into the details ot the private conversations with the president and secre. tory , further than to say that there would bo no abatement In the effort to secure currency - rency legislation. I was accepted by memo hers as not only voicing Mr. Springer's views , but as definitely determining that the adminIstration will go ahead with the policy It has pOlcy undertalten. Mr. Springer says he knows of no new bill , altlmougim the bl alhough present bill wi bo shape to meet objections and ob1ectons command . " " commali support. "But added Mr. Sprimmgr "no concession wi go to the cx- tent oC sliver coinage at a rate ! at 16 to 1. " lo8tma.tcr eon rm.,1 hy time Sonato. WAShINGTON. Tan. 10-The senate today . , In executive session , confrmed the following nominations : Postmasters : Iowa-Patrick . H. Judge , DoWlt ; .Joscpli H. Unangst Marion Mar- ; ar- ! - tin D. Madden , Lyons ; William A. Simmons - mons , 1apleton ( ; John Barbenr. Tabor Steven . A. Smith . Hartley ; John Finn De- ; eorh. Nebraska-John C. Kelterson , Falr- bury ; Charles lticftarl'uWiener. . South Daltola-Thomas ' . firmly. Beresford. In- milan Territory-Frank M. ' ' Terrlory-l lf flerry . Muscogee : " 'aler A. Thompson , TahleQuah. Missouri -John S. Preston , Shelhlna ; George W. Geore flicker , Brunswick ) ; Moses N. McSpndden , Snlem. O1clnhoma-Augutus P. Wilcox , Enid : John 11 , 1oylp. ' 1lcumseh ; William G. Jones Newldrl ; Sam T. Johnson Wilam , ; Samuel If. Cummins , Pond Creelt. Interior-John Charles Interlorohn Thompson , Bur- ' vevor general oC Wyoming JUltceHumphrey D. Hamilton . associate Hamiton. ' justice oC the supreme court at New Mexico ; Jospph Ludd , judge'ot probate In the county at San I'ete Utah ; r 1. Olsen judge at probate In the county ot Carbon , Utah. 'tracy nit Lime XcXavy. . WAShINGTON , Jan. 10.-In a letter to Constructor General Wilson , congratulating congratulatng him ( Wiisomm ) on his Wison beIng plnced on the re- tired . list on the same conditions as If he had retIred from the bureau at construction Instead of ' resigning as he did conslrueton , Secretary ' Tracy comments on the upbuiid. Ing oC the new navy ns follows : upbuld- " ' 'he construction and development ot the new navy : 1lrlng ] the period Is absolutely without parallel In the history absolltelY or nny other country. That , In the course ot work which involved the construction ot a modern feet oC bntUeshllls mind cruisers at the hhhcst class out at nothing In the space of ten years , some mlstnltes have been made Is probably trne. But the result represents one ot the most extrorllh1ry achievements ot mechanical science. I has restored com- muddy the reputation at Americans ns the foremost naval architects at the world. " nlor/lllzllol , oC time l"vy. WAShINGTON Jan 10.-Afer consider- Ing l the subject for several weeks the house committee on naval afulr areec to favorably - ably report a bill to reorganize the bi reoranize wrson- nel of the navy. Representative 1 , yer of Iolisiana wil make the favorable report to the hOlle tomorrow and rllt endeavor to have time bill 11lsel at un early tiny . 'l'he bill as repr'rtell II substantially the some as the one framed II the joilt cOIn- mltle ot the Renate mind hOlse , Senator ' " 'hlt of time navul comnmnittee . Liouteimmmnt o J. S. Ol\er , Secretary commitee. and Admiral Hamsey hall IL conCrrenee today at which the prOAlm for the bill In time sennto wns thoroughly discumsed . - - - - Vmmmi 1111 : ii I"II" ( Omit nil t t , . , . \\1 I I ftl e't. W4ShIINGTON , Jan . WASIlNGTON 10.-Chalrmnn Wil. Wi- son has called a meeting at time ways and means committee for 10:30 : tomorrow morn- imig I will b& the first gathering ot the ! COlmtre In ninny months , anll It Is un. telpatell Important action lay he taken In view at the ' depleted revenues at the goV- ernimient . ! r. 'Vlson Inlends 10 call up the cal 111 resolution introduced bv hteimresentmttive Pence oC Colorado regarding lellreslntalve be raised by a beer tax and the iuobabiiit' IB I will he favorably reportel ] lu'olmbltr Mr. Wilson's huh for taking oft the Mr.'IKOI'I bil ! or one- tenth of a cent dIfferential on sugar tram countries lalnl export bounty will also bo commideretl . _ _ _ _ _ ) wil ( rloc'rni . ( : numgresumt'am ( ' mitch Th.lr Ir.ath. WAShINGTON , Jail 10.-Tho first meet. Ing at the drnocratic congressional democratc conSTeKslonl1 cam- paign committee since time fall election was heh at the capitol today ! . Time committee decided to continue 11 organization with the present membership until bOillC imetiun Is Iltl "ole taken by time democratc caueua. which will probably not be this tdesiOim Most of the talk was ot time election contests which will ho tried by the Fifty.foumtim congress , and time committee ndoptell a re olltuu urfered by lfpresentRtve Forman oC Illinois , pledg. ! log the organization to render assistance to , these democrats who wi have contests on their hamuds. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ CIJO ( ' "loly.Jolll time I'ollnl Iiiti'im. 'V.\SIINGTON , Jan. 10.-The Postolce department received 0lcl11 notification today thnt Cape Colony , regarded as the most Imporlnlt acquisition In AttIca to the : Universal Postal union owlnl to Its Imosi- ton a8 the entrance for all African mails , had joined the union on Jlnuary 1. 1 mals nrrangemnemmts however , wiil nrrnJelentsJ \ wi not reduce the postal rates tor that country . " .nll' 1'11111' Commmmmilttt'o 1lrl'h. W'ASIIINGTON . . Jan , ASIJNGTON , 10.-Tho senate com : mltee 01 finances met today In IIUTlanco with a cal Issued today for the purlose of conslderlnt the currency question. Timers queslon. was a full . attendance oC mfmbcrs present In the cl ) . Time cmmitee adjournel , after . I brief session unt Saturday moring ater IB understood that no bill was oubmitted I tln cnunlte . bi lubmlted HILL LOOKS FOR - AN OPENING Amtnding the Law to Allow R Contest of the Income Tax , - Will COME ' UP FOR DISCUSSION TODAY - i 'reemmt Law. nol Not Allow the 111" . ( sliming oC mm Suit to Jcsl t l'Ufmcnt or a Tnx- fuUun to Lay em . the Timblo Voted 10'1n. . WASHINGTON , Jan. 10.-Senalor Ransom , who was elected pres\ont pro tem of the senate during time absence of Mr. Harris of Tennessee , resigned that position today. 1n resign In ! the position Mr Hansom expressed his h deep senibiiy of the honor that hind been conferrell upon him and hIs pro tou 11 gratHulncss for the Illgl testimony of the senate's regard , On motion of Mm . German a resolution was adopted electing Senator Harris to the posilol of president pro ten ; . Then , In accordance wlh his nnnounCment mate yesterday , lr , Coclerel , demnoirat of Missouri , moved that the senate IJrOceed to the consideration of the urgent deficiency bill , which contains 11 ap. proprlaton tc carry the Income tax Into effect . Mr Hill , democrat of New York , who desires - sires to speak on the Income tax feature of the bill , sought to have an unllerstnndhl reached by which the consideration of that porton of the measure might be delayed until next week. lIe saId he was not ret pre- parell to proceed Mr Cockrel was nol 11SIIOSCl to delay ] the mater and the effort to reach an understand. Ins falell , Mr. Quay , republican of l'ennsyls'ania , moved to Ilostpolo the considerton of the bi unl next week , but the presiding o/cer stated that that was not In order. arter. A yea and nay vote was then taken emi Mr. Cockrell's to 29. melon and It was agreed toI3 lr. Messrs Cameron and hut voted In the negative. The reading of the bi was then Ilrececded with. Mr. lanelull , democrat of Ioulslann , asked for a yea and imay vote on ) time amendmelt regarding coinage of silver slver coins. Mr Innchnrd said I that the paragraph - graph as passed time by house permited the coinage or time uncurrent silver dollars , whereas the amenlment of the senate com- mltao prevented their recolnage. Time vote resuled : Yeas , 40 : nays , 3 , the negative vote Including Messrs. hllammchmard . Kyle and PelTer. The npprop'latol of $25,000 for the enforce- moot at time Chinese exclusion act caused some discussion and the fact was develOeJ that the secretary oC the treasury hal est- matell jGOOO was actual ) necessary for the remaInder of the fiscal year , but for the present - emit the committee recemmended the amount In time bIll. Mr. Whltl said the government was dealing whim a wily and unscrupulols race of men and the amount mUld In the lull was less than was necessary to enforce the law. Time remainIng committee amendments were agreed to without dIvision. HILL OFFERS AN AMENDMENT. Mr. lull at New York offered an amnemmd- mcnt simiar to that offered by Mr. Quay yesterday . providing thut nothing shall Ilre- chide any court oC the United States lmav- Ing jurisdiction or the parties from consider- 'I ' big and datermlnlng as to the constitmmtion- nly oC tie Income lax law whenever by any I proceeding whIch shall have been commenced - menced or be pending In such courts , such queston shah be presented Mr. Quay advocated the amendment and suggested thnt the only thIng that now pre. vented the steps l _ allowed by the nmendment was section 3,22t at tbo Revised Stntutcs , which prohibits time maintaIning by any court of a suit to restrain the collection of a tax. Mr. 11 asserted that there was a well founded judment on the part of the best legal talent that the lass' Is unconstitutional . wholly or party , and the best lawyers had advised theIr clients that the law was to be resisted ! r. Peler moved to lay the amendment . on the table Mr. Cockrel suggested thai the only convention . venton which hind Inserted a plank In Its platform against the Income tax was that of the state represented by the senator tram New York , and that had not been carried by the people. This led Mr 11 to reply time same conventon referred to by the senator also endorsed the tariff bill . for which time senator had labored and \ote . Mr. Harris of Tennessee suggested the withdrawal at the motion , but Mr. Peler of Kansas objcted , The iaton to lay on time table was lost. Mr. Hill's amend- manl will come up tomorrow. Me Quay gaVe notice of the three follow. folow. Ing amendments which he Intends to offer to the urgent deficiency bill : To Insert 1 provision repealing the Income tax law ; to Insert time entire McKinley tariff act ; and to Insert time wool tax. Time urgent deficIency bill was then laid aside , and the Nicaraguan canal bill was bl taken up Mr. Cafery at Louisiana declared - dared that while favoring the construction oC the canal , he was opposed to the means proposed In the bill for effecting this pur- pose. Mr. Cafery argued against time con- stitutionallty of the sttutonalr measure , and asserted that the UnIted States had no autimorlty o dele/ate the power to regulate commerce to the Maritime Canal conimissiomi A com- mission at engineers should examine a route. Without completng his remarks , Mr. Cariery yielded to a motion to proceell with executive business , and al [ o'clock the senate went Into executive session and at 5:25 : p. m. adjourned I0VSE n\s A QVlE'l' D.i. HonUno JI81nOls , Succeeds the Exciting Worlc emi time Currency hut. WAShINGTON , Jnn. 10.-At time openIng of time session of the house upon motion of moton Mr. Wise at Virginia , the Informaton rela- tve to the establishment at a dam across the St Louis and Coquelo rivers transmi- ted by the secretary at the war In pursuance of a house resolution . was referred to time conunleo on jmmdlciary . On motion of Mr. Turner , democrat of Georgia , Saturday , February 2 , was set aside for paying tribute to the memory of the late senator Colquit ot Georgia On moHon of Mr. Curtis , republican ot New York , the bill was passed to defne tie crimes of murder In time frt and second de- greet and munslaughter and rape , mntlY and deserton , and Ilro\'llng punishment thercor , anti to abolish time death Penalties on he t other crimes. On melon of ! r. Flynn , republican of Ohio , a resolutol was adopted calling on the secretary of the Interior for the cause of delay - lay In opening to settlement time lands roe celvC Cram the Klcltupoo Indians under the agreement of Juno 11 , 1891 , ratified by congress . gross , June 23 , 1891. Time senate bIll repealng time law pro. viding for bonds for registry of vessels , was Ilsed ; also the rcnate bill providing an American rglsler for time steamer Enipress A bill to repeal the shipping act of August I , 1890 , precipitated oppositon , and under agreement It was decide to postpone Its consideration ! until tomorrow , A bill to provIde - vIde for appendices to the American measure- ment at vessels was passell. Time house then went Into cOlmltee at the whole. ( Me . Oulhwalte at Ohio In the chair ) . and toolc up the DIstrict oC Colulbia appropriation bill. Mr . WII11S at Ilnois , In chaTe of the S bi , explained that the bill carried $5,39,107 , , or $275,03 less than time appropriation for the current year Ot thlB umount , half the expense of time district Ivrment Is ( de. frayed by the district , and halt by the gen- oral goveenniemmi. The bill was passed with. out substantal ammmemmdmmment. wlh. The Pension bills ( ten In number ) favorably acted upon at the last Friday night sesion , were taken up and passed , and then , at 4:10 : p. imm. , the house adjourned l'on'h1 COIIUII 1.'cIlllzoll. WASINGTON , Jan 10.-Tbe president his recogulrd the following cOlular ofcfrs : : J. Mlgnolet , consul of Delglum at Denver for Colorado , " 'yaring and New Iexlco. Alejandro F. Dalen , consul at cuador I at San Francisco ; Peter Anker vice consul at Denmark at Nevada ; W. A. Orandjlan , , vice ; consul of Dfnmarlc for Colorado ; (8lmo ( I Oavlo , commercial agent at Mexico at Drls. bee , Ariz. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , \melllnrnt tn the Sleet 11111llton ' 11 , WAShINGTON. Jan . . ASINGTON. , 10.-Senator Perer tram the commltiQ ou rlculturQ bu flo , . " - - - . , I - " " . gHAYDEN BROSI ' . ! I _ _ _ BEGIN SATURDAY W J - . - SELLING OUT MAX MEYER'S MUSIC boughttIatsstool When ! , I : ( \Vhich - . includes every musical instrument . known to man , as well as all the leading pianos and organs. wo bought It nI . I 111S ) wholesale stock of f Max Meyer l" I3ro , Company was COnceded 1 by all J I musIcal people to orranf be the nntl . - very finest in the word , expert members of the firm devoting their entire attention to the collection of f the , colection most sought after instrumcnts until their stock was larger than any known in the II'x i\ \ Meyel ) west-\e to a pine bought tt at least it all and we wi sell it all-not a piece reserve -cverything from a sheet of music i ro.Co.Half . - Max Meyer's ' Wholesale Price.S went out of the Max Meyep's had over . . , All Max ' mustu btusIimes- Meyer's buh\cs'- ' Al 2,500,000 pieces of - . \Yosccurcd the Sheet MUSIC at solo ngcncmy for Sheet Music. . , ' ' uch Ion d 11 g I Pourtli I Pianos ns Wo bought It all and intro dI\IdCfll I ' . 011' 1 I ' . In three lot to go 01 ! 'lo Saturday . Thl1'(1 I STEINWAY , nt , , ( I Mmix ? mloyoi" CHICKERING , 1 L Half iVho1osaIt i ! Prices S 1/4 Inx Meye ! ' ! Ilnllly lrlntodlrlces . S KNABE I . tim. All Max Meyer's " VOSE , Ys Max Meyer's Ilally Irlltclllrlcos , ' ' ; j : .s-- ,1" . Organs STERLING _ _ _ 1 - $20 and up- I and othol's. n dozen 1/ L/2 / Max Meyer'N Plnlnly Irlntollrlcos , , S Storer Nlwllt & Clark HI'OS. , ' - "Over the eaves , ) _ . C Lilii' B Plull a i-mi C t t Case C , 1) ) I Rtsii Irets Ihu.lltc ) ; A II Iho t B Max lO\'Q. got luSIR 7 c , 5 Sterling : lmbnU- ] , . j Al Our iwlco 1 1 SOi 1 y. . [ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ " CW _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' _ _ All Wholesale itt. less than I'ricos. half ; . IIX le 'nr'l I 1 Max Moyes s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' " _ _ _ _ _ 1lccs. - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j ) ' ) v LL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE-large and small , including l'outh \ ' Organs , Violins , 1 1) IATOS ALL Mandolnsl Guitars , Band Instruments and repairs and extra parts for any and every . musical instrument in existence-in fact , aU the Max Meycr & Bro. Co s wh lpsale " - - stock , the most perfectly complete in the United States . t1 Less than Half Max Meyer's 1 S Wholesale PItces. ' I t' ' AND UP. ' Less than half A I I " . ' ' . " ) thnl haI AYDEN' ' _ wholesale Max _ Moyer's Pt'iCC9. _ ' . . ' OIL l' - . Beginning Saturday to Sell 1 5 4. r- . All of Max Meyer's Music 4 ] $ At Less than -Half , Max Mey'er's Wholesale Prices. i I _ , . ported the , house bill providing for tie in- speeton at live cattle . which are subjects of Interstate commerce , with an amendment requiring - qulrlng the secretary o.agrlculuro to cause all condemned carcasses to bo tanlted or otherwise disposed or so 'as to prevent their transportation tram 'on-.state to ammother , _ u IsltEgl)1NG IEEt'IN GEltlItI. - Iutercstng Report from time , \ulerlcnl Con- sul to hSorthm. WASHINGTON , Jan 10.-Unlted States Consul General De ICay at Berlin has como : forward In a report to the State department with a novel proposition that should command - mand Immediate attention on the part of social economists ns well as sporlmen , He says the abundance and excellence at venIson cannot fail to Impress persons who live In German cities. I Is a common dish all the year around and its price Is so moderate that only the poorest classes fall to taste It now and then. The reason for thIs Is the high cultivation of forestry and the car wih which deer are bred , ted and protected from poachers. Considering the excellence of venison as food and the small cost of rearing deer under protection , It Is In America especially - pecIaly that steps to form practical deer parlts might be easy and of profit. In time neighborhood oC great cites the supply of \ water has to be regulated ' by the preservation of large districts at more or less mountains and woody countr ) ' . In New York , for example - ample , the Croton water shed and the Adirondack reservations might be easIly used ns deer presarves and time annual killing and sale of animals of tile proper sort would furnish an income tar beyond the aggregate salaries of overseer , foresters and ! uards , In Germany great success hus attended the crossing of time American waplt with time native deer. The consul calls attention to the recklessness with which In our country the wild animals have been destroyed , bringing its punishment and he urges that our river reservatons bo stoc1ted with wapiti and VirgInia deer and the herds then regu- larlv decimated i to 8unnlv Slum fnrk t8 rego wlh cimeap ; l and \ IoiesomD'roo- ; : fly - - a - very moderate gun license also , sports would derive - rive much pleasure and time parka would be a source of revene. ! :0 l'UOI'l' IX COTTON , Iopurt from I ( limIted M"tcs Consul In " "xoI1' WASHINGTON , Jan 10.-Tho unprecedented - . dente depression In time price of colon Is ! being watchell wlh time greatest Interast In Saxon ) ' , where much slllnning and weaving Is done United ] States Consul Monogaim at Chenung met leading representatives oC weavers - ers In mnny parts of Germany and time principal topic of discussion was time low Irlce ) of cottoim. A statement was submled showing the prices of colon each year since 181 , when It sold for : WY pence per pound , and Ilown to 1891 when the price on Novcmn- her 2 was by tar the lowest ' e\er known , namely 2.23 pence. In , time North American cotton belt , by aid ot fertilizers , the cotton costs to grow 7 cents per pound In Texas with mme fertilizers G , : nts. The prices ob. lalned for these In Liverpool were 3 pence ( about 6 cent ) . Deduct 10 per cent for waste , 6 for hanllhIJ . 1.25 for freight trom Texas , inland , expel e 0.25 and limo Texas planter receives 3.90 Jor .olon that cost him 5.20 amid 3.90 to Ileorther coton belt Illanter whose Ilroduc , /orther 1 centB. The consul says : "Anything more dangerous - ous or dlsgustn ! II' wbuid be hard to 1m. aslne. What Is now taking 1)laco among the planters was predicte In this city weeks and monUls ago " lie Incloses n clipping from the Manchester Guardian , Ilrophc'Ig ! the further fall of American calan to 2dnd , resultIng In time destructon of the Indian colon mills . 111. " 1"rlot for C"ttf. W ASIINGTON , Jamm 10.-In summing up the Imports Into Switzerland of beet cattle In the last three years amId the first three quarters of 189f , the miniter at Zurich shows that 6.598 ; heall were Imported , valued at $26,409" . 000 francs and he notes wit I regret tlat at this enormous amount the United States turlshed but 226 head , wblch. cale by way of a large shipment via Genoa ( 'OIUimmbU . to lie Jo"t nOt. WASHNGTON , Jan. 10.-A cablegram from Naples says that the pope Is about to announce the beatification of Christopher Columbus 'rhe subject was seriously con- sldered for more Ihan a year previous to the recent annh'enary at time discovery at AmerIca - tea , and the congress at cardinals argued Illnst 1. . . CARLISLE IS STILL GAME Has Hopes of Doing Something with the Present Congress Yet , CHANCES FOR CURRENCY lEGISLATION Jlost oC the 100so Leaders lhmmtt Given Uptime time j"lgh but men Effort 18 Yet to Ho Indo TOlv"rll - ifarmuony . - WASHINGTON , Jan 10.-Notwlhstnndlng the reverse suffered b ) time Carlisle currency bill I the house of representatives there Is to be no abandonment at time effort to secure - cure currency legislation. I Is sll by a gentleman conversant with the facts that a new measure having executve approval will bo l Introduce ,1n time house In about two weeks . This length of time will be allowed to elapse In order that the confusion and cx- cltement attending the struggle over the first bill may be allayed and a new start made under more favorable conditiomms . I Is probable that : r. Springer whit not direct time course oC the new measure , as the de- sIr will bo to urge It along on new lines aimd with new leaders , wIth a view to separating It a far as possible from any loss of pesl- ton attaching to the old measure. This gen- oral plan Is not the expremon of a hope or possibility on tlmo ' pat of sanguine advocates ot currency legislation , but Is the result at a careful survey of time situation by those In a positon to Inaugurate policies. I will bo a surprise , however , to mot ot the democratic members of tIme house , Including members oC the . Cmmteo on rules , as time opinion Is general that the reverse of yesterday Cioseli all prospects of currency legislaton and ended aU efforts In that direction . The lines on which the new measure will be CramC are now denntely known. To some extent It will follow the old bill , with such changps as time oxperlonce of the recent debate showed to be daslrable. I Is pointed ! out thai time vote of 12f to 129 Is nn adverse majoriy of only five , so that a change . at thro votes would show a majority support- porting , Under these circumstances It Is felt that concessions can be made securing the adhesIon of a number at members whos , OPPDsiton has bean based on specIfic ob. . j ections . I Is said , however , t t there will wi be no concflon In time nature of a surrender i mig the bill , Under these circumstances It Is , t o the silver demant I they push theIr demands - mands to time poInt of renmonetizing remonetzing silver at a rate of 16 to 1. It Is said that the conciiaton of this radical element Is not deemed necessary ' , alhough there wi bo every desire to accept time us. slBtanco ot these sliver men who will aimi In wi all meetn ! time emergency , even though thu cc- suit I not it ful realization ot their theories. Whie this plan Is well defnec It has not yet been communlcate,1 , to time house leaders and Is not therefore a subject at comment among them. Other subjects have been taken UI ) and there Is apparent unanimity of opinIon - Ion that the currency question Is closed. Senators Merrill , Sherman , Alison and Al- drlch , republican members of the senate fnance committee , had a conference at 11 o'elock today In Senator Sherman'B comumilt- comml- tee room for the purpose of deellng ullon a lne of policy In case there should be an effort to take up the currency rlueston In the senate. Time conterenco was decided upon after Chairman Voorhes Issued his cal for a meetng of time full COl mi tee at 2 o'clock tOlla ) They urged that no definite and dual conclusion could be reached until some meas. urea hal haeit brought to their attention by mombrs of the committee . They will not suggest a bill themselycs nor suggest any- thing looking to thu perfection of a bill . urthermore I they will suggest to the demo- crate membrs of the commmmitteo , If called upon for suggestons , that In view at the re- port that Secretary Carlsle has been In con- lulaton whim headers at the house with a view to the revival of his currency bill In time hous& In modlfell form I will bo the better plan to 11081\one any effort to do any. thing In ho senate untl there ( may be 01" portunly to ascertain what will be the result . The discussion along time member of the committee indicated a general disposition to leave time initiative 10 limo democrats because the latter are In the minority. There IB ale a disposition of distrust shown toward any bill Ihat ( might bo originated by the domo- cratB. The conference developed tie tact that S ' % - - - - the republicans do not deem time treasury sittlatlon so critical as tIme democrats and think It Is a change In revenue lustead of currency thnt Is needed Nevis for time , \rl ) ' . ' 'W ASIING'ON , Jan. 10-Speclal ( Tele. gram.-The following ofcerl wi report to Lieutenant Colonel John D. Andrews , Twent ' -ffh Intantr . president of the examining - amining board , Fort , ort Ieavenworth , for ex- nmlnaton for promoton : Captains Thomas ! J. Lloyd , Eighteenth infantry , and Jnmes ltI. J. Smmmino Seventh Infantry ; Second Lieu- tenants 'fhomus M Moudy. Second Infu'ltrr ; Charles E. Tayrnan . Twent.tourth In- tlntlY ; Thomas lit. Maguire , Twenty-fifth Infantry ; James " ' . McAndrews , Second In- funtry ; John S. Grlsard , Thirteenth In- tantry. Second Lleutennnts Charles P. Russ , Eleventh Infantry /nd Edward H. Chl'- man , Second infantry will be examlnel ' tor promotion at the Presidio of San F'run- cisco. S Tim general court martial alpolnte to meet at Wiilets Wiets Point Is dissolved and another - other Is appointed to meet there Frdny : January 1 DetaIl for court : Captain XVii. lam lit. Black Walter L. Fish , Wi- engineers : Nathan S. Jarvis , metlcal Ile- Jartment ; First Lieutenant Charles Mc- Quiston , Fourtim Infantr : Seconl Lheut-mi- ants Hiram lcL , Powell . Second II tau try ; William P. Jackson . ' 1.welty-tourth Infantry - fantry ; Additional Second Ileutennnt H. James , D. Cavanaugh , James 1. Jervay , George 1' . Unwell , 1lerlwethar I , . W'aiicer , 'alter Robert P. JohmmsonVflhlnin I Lagle , 'mvii- lam J. Darden , Charles . Kutz , all corps at engineers judge advocate. ni Captain Adrian S. Polhemus , nsslrtant surgeon , Is grammted leave of one month nod fourteen days ; First Lieutenant Harris Frea- land , Second InCantl'y two months. Second Lleutennnt Melvin ( W. Ilowohi. Tenth cavalry , wi proceed to Trenton , N. J. , for duty pertaining to the National Guard at thnt state Natonal Leave oC absence for tour months on smmr- gpon's e rtlcate of tilsahilitym'itlu 111- per- mission to leave time Deparimnent ut Mitt- DeJarlment sourl Is granted I.leulenant Colonel Chlles : A. Wikoff . Nineteenth Infantry The followIng transfers the Ninth Infantry - fantry are ordered : First Jleutenant GeorgI l'nlmer ( coin eomnnn C 10 company - pany D : First I.eltenant'endel T. Stmp- ' 40n- . from campa D to eomnam' C. First I.eute/1nt Alfred D : Johnson , tiev- enth infantry , now 11 SI. Iall , will report to time governor at 1lnnpsotn for temporary duty pertaining to the National Guard at ( hint fltate ' 1he leave at Ihsence on smmrgeon's err- tlcnte ot disability granted 1leltennnt Colonel Daniel \V. flenharn Seventh In- Canl'y , December 12 , 1891. II extended two muntls , on accqunt at slclmess. . lulul AIlIIR I Cul I I nu thn l'r. ' > , lclcut. 'VASHINGTON , Jan 10.-'rhe twelve Sioux Indian agents and army ofcers In chare oC reservations who were ' ! reservatons recent ) summonell to 'Vlshlnglon had IL short conference - feronce this aferllon with time irettidlent. ' rimoy were accollluniell by Secretary Smith - - - - - - . . I - - - - - - - - - - - - ' 1 and Commissioner of Indian Affairs Brown- " Ing. Secretory Smih Intlolilcet each at .1' the agents , nn the president expressed 1 grtlcuton nt the progress mnllc at their 1 reservations. He recommended time Idea at ; the conference with the InterIor deparlment , t olclals , and said he regarded time Inler- ' change ot vIews between the agents Ind the . olcluis here nut of great henll to the /er- vice. Most of the agents will retun home . at the beglnnlnH of next weelc. ' IIJlr" " " l Trlclo wh itruishi . ! WAShINGTON , Jan. 10-In n report to ' the State dellartment by UnltelI States Can. " suI Matthews nt Para , the ollportunlt of ; ' extending American trade In Brazil arc set " out , hut he adds that much uneasiness Is "t tel hy our bushleNS men there In regard to the ahrogaton at the reciprocity treaty with Brazi , and It Is claimed 1) ' them that 3 i our trade will be serluusly affected tmmuhstt we can get 1 new treaty with that country huicrt'aciummr " "lng Illnn itgeimt , ' I'it' . WAShINGTON. Jan. 10.-The secretary of the Interior has recommended to congress that army olcers In charge at Indian agencies he given one-hai pay as agents al a/entB In addiion to their regular COlllauaton / 1 ns army oiilcors. He also recomn ends IL ' readjustment at , mlnrles oC agents , Time , nOw phl maltls 2O ) the hlghcst Pay of agents amid $ J.rO the lowest , ngulnst former salaries ranllng from . $1,20 to $1,80. , DID NOT ( jilT TO Tll J.T . - le8pcrnto PIn" for .T.U lclivery Stopped hy" J'luclty 1)muputy. SPRINGFIELD , Mo , , Jan , 10-Time bold sclmcne at a crimimmal to liberate two of lila pals fromn time Sprlmigfleld prison with time tlclilierato intention of murder to carry out lila ends is mnamie known today. A , C. hoff- moan , wimo is under indictmnermt. for robbing tlmo postomee at l'iiot Grove and foe. other offenses , Imad laid a plan to effect time me- lemma of Frank 1)0cc ) and George Taylor , Iioffnmamm was to obtain eumtrancmm to the" jail by Impersonating an oilcer and wimen inside he was to mnurder the jailer and reiea.so lila friends. Time plan was knouvmm to the Spring. field ofllcers , as one of Limo comifemlerates hiatt told of it. ammil a atromig force of officers was on Imanti to capture hoffman or kill him , Deputy IiImirslmi lirewn of Springfield ned- demmtally ran acrams iloilnman omm a lonely road near Iloilvar wimile tIme desperado was cmi- rotmte imere. Each maim threw a pistol anti simots 'ere excimamiged at time same instant. Ilotim stood tlmeir ground anti exclmanged sty- eral idiots , wimen iirown mirew a second me- volver and advanced cn iioftmamm , vlmo imur- m i&tI lmltt hmorao anti mnatl& good lila escape , thougim ito watt purjucd for several mniies , A body of dimutics is how searcimtmig for hmini. _ _ _ * ; M4tyt S - , - - ' _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5--- - : cC---------- . I Se1lingL. . i 5' ' Pant Pockets. ; j2 A pail' ol Pants for the pi'lco of the 1ookoLs , To accommodate customers1 ' our salesmcnhavesoldcoats $ 1.00 and vests , frornsuitsso many 1 S tim.cs during the six 1.25 : months , that we find an Unusually - ; i usually large number of odd $ 'J 75 1i pants from cheviot , cassi- nere and worsted suits-all 1 cloths-all styles-stripes , 9 2.00 plaids , plain , etc - none : ! worth less than ( lOUble-tO $ 2. 50 be sold this week for the cost of the cloth and making $3Oo of the Pockets , , M - M. H. Cook Clothing I - . _ _ _ - - - a- - - - - - - * -p-- -