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Jat day for the return of Bulp ellas served upon the holders of lnrllngtott lanils I tornorrQw , awl olliclals both In Chicago and Omaha ilecaillu directly aiixou , as to jtit wiia the I..ay department Intended to do , A long cnnfcrence wa lielil between Attor- ey General Harmon and Senator Alien this morning the latter urging the attorney general - oral to d tnis. the suit. against the set- tiers , tak ng the poItioii that the pendency and iroseiltlon of the SuitSb evc'n tltough they shonld result In victory for the set- ' tiergvoiihl utterly destroy a lni'ge per cent 4f thoni ilnancially ; that It wa equivalent to harlcrnitcy , to a great many , who w crc compelled to travel the long dstanco , employ counsel , meeting the eC1)eflseS aiitl Wa3to of time lticIIexit to the trial of these case. , 'The sccrotary of the interior recommended the rli5nial of these suits some time ago. Attrncy General Harmon wanted to be sat- lsflcd ef the good faith of the settlers , and . ) . toolc time to debate the question. Senator Allen n3surol him that there could be no doubt a to the settlers , and that in any ' event the government's remedy against the r conpy would be ample. It ts poedble that the suits will proceed against the corn- any , which Is amply able to ( lefend itself , 'The dlsnilssat against the settlers , however , 'will lift many burdens. Upwards of i,5OO ioiilers in Nchra.ka were affected by these JUits , commenced by A. J. Sawyer , acting icr the govrnrnent. GEItMANY'S SUGAR EXPORT BOtJNT. The great American Sugar Trust is anc- ! .striclcen as a result of the action of the German lteichstag in raising the export bounty on raw and refined sugars 100 per cent , Itepresentatives of the trust are in tim city , and will use every effort to get the committee on commerce , ot vhiich Senator Frye is chairman , to take up tomorrow Senator - ator 1'eikin' bill , countervniing ; tile German bOllilties. The effect of the recent action of the German government increase. to the German ColIslIlner tile tax on raw and rufluied sugar trout 18 to 21 marks.'hthIo tue con- etinier gets tile Worst of this advance , tue ernlahi sugar producer , supilying ) the American - ican market with raw and refined sugar. , Is beneflted nearly 100 per eent by the raise In L1IC export bounty. Thu bounty on raw' sugar , under the law Just passell iii Ocr- many , IS 27 cents per hundredweight , as igaIasi. 13 ½ cents formerly , and on reilned sugar tile bounty is 38 cents per hundred- veIgilt , as against 31 centr. the former 3wice. This Increaao will make it possible for Oernian sugar producers to go 01)011 the markets at New York , New Orleans and San Francisco , chouhier to sheullher with the Droducers of raw and refined sugars of Ainer- ica. Secretary Smtth today reverseI the dccl- elon of the cornmlsstone. ' of the ' 1enerai land office in the land contest of Joseph 1ratf against Chrstian Pasehoki and otiier. , Xrorn tile Lincoln laull district , Nebraska. 'The land IU controversy Is within the twenty- mile limitS of the grant to the B. & M. Itatiroad company. A flIlniber of hoinetead entrhee vero made for the land , but they wore rejected for the reason that It beionged to thIa railroad. company. The company , however. fhicti a waIver of its rights to the land In favor of l'asclloill , antI , upon this waiver , the COmlnillsioller ruled that I'aschloid has a preference right to make entry. The acrotary , however , differa from the coinmis- ioner , cliii holds that tile COIIIpany llad no ' - . . right to svatve in favor of any person , for thIG reason tilat no patent hIm ! been Issued. : flo holds all entrIc. for rejection , and do- ' cltlee that no disposition can be made of the ILIIIII until a patelli. issucz to tile coin- any. any.SOUTh SOUTh DAKOTA GAINS A POINT. Secretary Smithi today rendered a decisions s/ thio lliphication of the state of South Dakota - kota for the 1)aYIflCIlt ) to it of 5 per cent of the proceedi , of sales of Indian lands In the state whilchi ilavo been opened to entry , aiitl ' .aiso tlioeo portions of such rescrv.itlonn which have been retalzic1 by IndIans as tribes or alhottol to them in soveralty. Ito dccideu that lie has no authority oC law for diverting uIy of tue money derived from the sale of thlee lands to tli state , as the treaties un- ( icr Which lands were ceded sjeciaiiy proVide - Vide tiiitt such proceeds shall be Placed to the credit of IndIans In tile treasury for their tiso and benefit only. Ito does , however , idm1t that tile stata has a valId claim for 5 Per cent of thlo proceeds of tlalcl of lands corn- nhliteil from hlolnostead to cashi entries and directs tue commissioner of the general land oiflce to etart an account for buch lands. IteprcieiiIativo Gamble of South Dakota hias secured it favorable report on the ciaiin of IVihliam Geminahl of Yankton , who sheltered federal soidier9 in 1S73. 'rho amount is only $75 , hut it has taken twenty years to get eoiigres. to oven look at the ciairn. Es'ery member of the committee on mill- tory affairs hISS beoli interviewed today on the Fort Olmiahla bill , and all have expressed willingness to have tue bill conic before the conjinittee. Senator \Varren vil1 move for 41 recolicldoration , Senator \'althialI having tnted that lIe "OUlll not oppose the motion , ior wollilt ho cOllsillcr it in the nature of a riticliii as to his course , The bill vihI como before the committee tomorrow. There is vcry reason to believe that it will be favorably - ably acted 111)011. Mrs. W , V. Alien left for her liorno in Nebraska - braska today. Silo rili stop ill Iowa en route , ihilis to pension Mrs. Mary F , Hawley at 3O per nionth and Ilirahil II. Palmer have boon reported from tue senate committee fa- vorably. Tile t'onca Indians of Nebraska will get 15,000 moore tl'an over hoforo a. a result of , the conference on the IndIan appropriation bill. Tile appropriation for the Genoa Indian - dian school remains iii thIC bill and ceveral 5lnClnlCflf5 ) by Senator Allen a tt Ii , ban Ianl am-c ale ieiMned. 'rho War thpartmeut hums Issued ao order tratt'torrlng 720 acres of lantl in the rort Niobrara military reservation to time ecrL'- tary of interior mr dk'position. AdON(1 ( T111 AlMY MEN. Cipt3ins George W. Cnft awl Eitlridgo It. hills of the liTtha artillery have exchanged coititimands. lollowing asaignments of additiual eccond lieutenants , Corp5 of Engineers , to vacan cies of Seconli hienteilant in that corps are announced : Additional SCCOfld Lieutenant William 1. Ladtie to be scornl lieutenant , vice lchoIs , promnrtoil ; Addltioiltll 5000011 Lieutenant William .1. llarden to be second lieutenant vIce \Ichndce promoted. Following assignments to rcgirnentfl of .Ifl- rers reeenty lroillotel ) are ordered : Cal- tam Janlea t. Leydcfl ( prOnflltell ftotii first iieLlU'tlallt , Iolrtl ) Infantry ) , to Fourth In- f.intry , cOllliltlly U , Vice O'IirIell. retired ; IlrI Lieutellaflt Jollil M. Sigworth ( promoted fr'nl eeond iicutenaflt , Tenth infantry ) to NitIm infam'try , conllany 1 , vice Tyson , re- IgilC'1 lirst IIelltPflRnt Percival U. Lowe IprIllutell froiti 'ecolid hicutenailt , Iigh- tP'llil iimfantry ) , to Fourth infantry , corn- la"Y I" to ( late from April 22 , 1S'Jd , vice Leyden , Promoted. Tao months additional leave k granted Iirst Lieutenant John M. Slgwotth , NIit''h Iii- fantry. I'ernihslon to go beyon(1 thosea is granted First Licatenant Percival 0. Low" , Fourth Infantry. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .tNO'I'il i-ui : 'hiOI , ILt V I I UIIMP I"I 11111 I . % I.I'IPM tO II ( ' ( 'Illlllli ( I lic L'mts. ' fiji' II 11e'olitit uf IlIlliflIM , W.SI1INGTON , May 1.-Tile house , after coo of the Ilarleft fought parilamllentary bat- ties of the session , recommItted the con- tetel election case of lUnalcer versus Downing - ing ftom the Sixteenth IlliflotIm district to tha collimittee on electiotis with instructiolis to recount the ballots In dipllto. The vote divided follows-Ayes , 67 stOOl 139 to 35 as ropiibitctilis , 69 deniocrats and 3 poplllist.9 ; nays , : i ; republicans. The supporters of time majority report to unseat Downing ( doom. ) anti coat tile contestant realIzed from tile disaffection on their side that the minority leport would probably be adopted and they inaugurated a systelliatic filibuster to gain time to rally their forces. The first test of strellgtht Ofl a motion to adjonru , 96 to 139 , confirmneth their suspicions , but they fought vallalitly to the end. The epeaker gave thorn considerable leeway at the beginning of thle fight , but toward the CIIII 1111 tIeChiflell to tolerate dilatory tactics. As a lnat resort many of the 'upporters of tile majority re- ijort refused to vote , but the speaker counted them aiid the democrats and (115. rooting 'epiibhicnns scoretl their victory. The speakers were Messrs. Cook , republican of Illinois ; llephurn , republican of Iowa , and Cniio1ly , republican of lihinois , iii favor of the collteatant , anll Messrs. Lacey , repub- ilcan of Iowa ; Shatrothi , republican of Cob- rallo. and Daizoll , republican of I'c'iiiisylvania , iii favor of thIC resolution ot the minority to recommit the case 011(1 recoUnt time elilcial voto. III ciosing tIme debate Mr. Daiz2hl do- clareti tilat a partftaml decision of thIn case would ho a disgrace to a republican con- grosI. . Tile filibusters , after having exhausted every CXICl1Cnt ! , were obliged to allow the vote to Io taken OIl the rubstitute for tile majority resolution In favor of seating jim- aker. Soverai advocates of the majority resolutions - olutions loft tile 1101150 on thlis roll call , but the quorum hleld , and the subt1tute was agreed to , 139 to 35 ; eleven preselmt and not voting. The rosoltitioti as amended was then adopted , 137 to 12. The speaker counted thirty-three present and not voting to make lip tile quorum. Mr. hopkins carried his ob- structlve tactics to the last ditch. and made tIle point of no auorumn on thlO formal mo- tioii to lay on the table the meLon to reconsider - consider , whIch rejtilted , 129 to 4. Time speaker , however , amid great applaase , cotlnted the hlouse , 011(1 announced 180 nlem- hers present. ' 1 challenge tIle count of the .speaker , " shlouted Mr. hopkins , "amt ask for tellers. " "Tile chair disregards tim clialbemmge , " replied - plied tile sPeaker. The hlouse then , at 8:05 : , nTourned. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ No AC'VmON ON i'isi : I'ACIFmG ltO.I)5L S'lllltl'M 'I'lllle IM 'I'OO 3 , ' Oeeuili'il " 'I'ii I' Ill 'I'll P $ II Ills. \VASIIINGTON , May 13.-Tile repnblican steering comnlnltteo of the sc-nate hleld a brief mcotillg today for thle purpose of con- sldering the order of business outside ot appropriation hills In tile senate for the remainder - mainder of time sor0ll. but wflilout roach- log a definite. conclusion adjourned till next Saturday , The Calulflittoo (1C-cldetl tentatively to r000lnimlend thIat place be given to eavoral 1)1111) which it VIIS of the opinion \0llhl1 not lead to a prcicngr1 debate. Among them were the bills restricting immigration and providing for 5 per cent of the proceolL of the ullbllC hands in tile public lands states. It Was ah decided to repeal tile existing ha' regardillg alcohol in thie arts witll the ullllerstanlhhllg it i'houill be taken up as all ill(117Iellleflt meaL'nro and not prosed , as reported - ported by the colnlnittee , as an amendment to the brandy bill. Tile committee was generally of the opin- loll that the l'acltlc railroad bills could not be Iassed , in view of the desire for early aIjourmlnent. ( The committee may , however , at its next meeting decide to allow the. friends of these meaCures to get them UP for a test of time spirit of the 'enato withl time understanding that if they bid fair to load to a continued debate they will not be pressed. Senator Allison was chosen chairman and Senator Dubots secretary of the committee. 'E'rrehl's 'iNi I Not SI.ml iIl'llIl t. WAShINGTON , May 13.-The coming of Ummlted States Minister Terrell to Washilng- ton from hIs Texas lionmo , it Cl1 be utated , is not because any emergency oxisti , nor any threat of trouble in Turkey. lie lIas been summnoncit here b ) the president for con- sultatlon. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Jiiiiik tlo''s lo SilokIllIP , WAShINGTON , May 13.-The title of the 1irst National blIrlIc of Sprague , state of Washlington , 1155 been changed to tile Fidelity - ity National bank of Spokane , Wash , , the bank Ilaving been removed to tilat city , lelorti 'll Cli lllIliill II Cre' ' 111(1 Imi , mi , WAShINGTON , May 13.-The president has approved the act making provision fertile tile deportation of Canadian Cren ImmIllans fm'oln Montana and their delivery to the Calladian authrnrities , ClumlhiiI.ml Of tiit 'l'rcitsiir' . WAS ! IINOTON , May 13-Today's etato. ment of the condittomi of tile treasury shows : Available cash balance , $267,330,759 ; gold re- tervo , $116,000,795. - - - - - - - - - - , - 4 - FEN PIO'I'UHES PLEASANTLY AND FOINPEDLY PAHAGRAPHED 'il - g - 4 JvSI , , tlbU'I' ( OtI'I' tI SIjii'l' . . . . . ' It is a very annoying OxperienCe-an(1 it not attended to ill its inception loathe on to an entire loss of igilt-tlo little twengs of . paIn across the eyebrows-time dark spots that keep constantly apltarllmg-thmo twitch- lug of the eyelids-ought to tell you tllat tbero'i , ionmethiug tile matter wItl your eyes ' -a pair of eyeglasses or bleetacIes mimay be needed-perhaps not-anyway , our opticians will be perfectly frank with you amId will honestly tell you vhat to dc-we tot eyes tree-and wo have the largest and most . CoIlmilleto stock of optIcal good.a In the west , I Aloe & Penfolci Co. V 1gl f 1bI T.tois ntrou&otsboru. a L - 5111 , CIL.t H I.IS Ili1.t'l'ONIhIUOGIS'1' Formerly with Snow , Lund & Co. , is now one of tllO mnclnborll of our staff-lIe will be glad to meet any of hLs old friends hero and give ti'emn thu advantage of buying at the ICIVeSt. lrices ever quote'U-C4)ticura Soap. 15c a cake-hood's Sarsaparihia , GSc a bottle- Vine Itolafra , SOc-Value's Celery CoIn. pound , GTc-Castoria , 22c-antl all oIlIer pro. priotary mnodiclnes at the same proportion- ably cut Prices-and Illind-Wo dii any dcc. tor's Prescription at the lowest prices known -graduated phlarlnacists in charge. Kuhn's Drug Store , Really the only fli A. Cut } rice Drui Store ' ' otig as BILL 1ASSES TIlE SENATE Appmprtion ! for Rivers and llarlors Finally Go Through. ONLY NINE VOTES IN OPPOSITION TO IT Alien I'rntpltM tUliIlMj Lllrlxe fiemi.1- Iture , . nii.I l'ryo iteilileM that tim 11111 Is 'hllt thu I'Clile 'l1llt , \VASIINGTON , May 13-Tilo river and lmarhjor appropriation bill was passed by the senate today after an unusually sternly uxperielIce , lasting many days. As finally lasseh , tile bill nlakes direct appropriations of $12,200,000 and authlorizes continuing contracts - tracts of $ GI.OOu,000 , an aggregate of about s7o,000,000. nllring the debate today the state- lilelmit was muodo that. tIlls vas tile largest aggregate for a river end harbor bill in tile history of the government. Mr. Gor. mIlan sought to secure an anlelldmelit to the blil limiting the contract expenditures to $10,000,000 anlllls.hiy , but the alnemidnment was tabietl-ycas , 40 ; lISYS , 23. Mr. Frye , chair- muon of the conmmnerco conilntttee , closed the debate on the bill by a statement showing the ronmarkohio deveboplllent of American comniorce and tito coliseqIlent decreasing freight rates , On the final pasmage of time bill , nine senators voted in the negative. A milliuber of iietio bills on the calendar were passed during the dab' , illeludlug tile bill requIring a year's resitlenco ill allY terrt- tory as a reilniatte to divorces. Tile 1)ti- pout contest came comes up by agreement tomorrow. Tilu river and harbor bill was taken Imp as ooon as the L'cllato convened - vened today , the agreement being that the final Vote be taken at 3 o'clock. Tue pending question was Mr. Gerillall's anmolldlnent directtlig the secretai'y of war to so nplortlon contract app.oprlations that not moro than $10,000,000 be expelided on COIl- tracts in one year. Ilefore a roil call , Mr. Vest gave IlOtice of a mlminority report on the milled cheese hi I by himself and Senators Walthaii , Harris , Jones and \\'hite. Time bill wa passed for tile appointment of gllardians for pensioners in the District of Columbia to prevent the squandering of peo- slon money by drinking or vicious iuibtts. Proceeding witim tile river and harbor bill , Mr. Vest oIpOsOd limo German amendment , declaring that it would permit tile secretary of war to nullify time river and harbor bill amid to slibStitute hil' opinion in iiOtl of that of congress. lb dill not believe there would he a parth'an in the chamber vhw would give such autocratic power to a cabinet officol' . lie Imaml never known a secretary of war to whom 110 would extend such vast power. While he was a. democrat end knew the ox- penilltures would be made by a dorn'ocratic otflclal until March 3 next , yet that was not a factor to consider , as lIe oppose1 any such abdication of power by congress and its transfer to olle official. Mr. Gormuan insisted timat tlmere was not au abdication of power , but merely a llmlta- tipn of the P0WO of time secretary of war so thmat not more than $10,000,000 would be spent annually on contracts. It wasa neces. sary provisIon , said Mr. Gorman , in view of the fact that "this is the first time in the hli.StOl7 of the government timat we have gone Into time wholesale business of authorizing contracts. " If he were secretary of war. said Mr. Gorman - man , lme would apply time rule suggested b Mr. Sherman of Ilot obligating the government - ment for one dollar of these contracts until congress made. provialon for the revenues to meet tilellI. This amendment was mereiy a caution to our executive officer that in view of our condition lIe mnust not spend more timan $10,000,000 a year. The senator cx- pressell 'Ills appreciation of time river ammO harbor bill-the most important of the appropriation - priation bills-hut this amendment would Iernit anmpie expenditures with imroper him- itations. CATCH YOUR HARE FIRST. Ill reply to a , suggestion of Mr.'hite that the secretary of war had already ehown a dispositIon to restrict river and harbor work , Mr. Gormall took occasion to express lila high personal regard for the present score- tary of war , hut time renator felt that hle could not conscientiously give his vote to a immeastmro that would "put it in the power of one man to spend money that tile government - mont docs not l1C'SCsS. " The debate took a wide range under tile IIVO-lllilllto rule , which had been agreed on. Tile amnlldmnent by Mr Gray was accepted that time 10,000,000 restriction apply specially to comitracts anti not to direct alpropriationa. Mr. Allison proposed an amendment fiximig tile limitation on contract expen1iturcs at $12,000,000 annually. Mr. Vest moved to table tile Gorman prop- Ositioll and nil amelidmonts. which muotion revaiied-Yeas , 40 ; nays , 23 , as follows : Yeas-Republicans : Alirlch , Lolge. Quay , Balcer , atclrlde , Soweii. mlmrrows. Muntid , Sliarman , ( 'alneron , aitlellell of Ore. , SlIoup , CUm0lll , NeI.on , SluIr , ' , mlllwte , l'erklns , Thurstnn , lilicins , l'etttgres' , V'tm'l- & ' , l'rye , PlaIt , Wtlsomm-2. Cal I i nger , 1)ensocrats : I llncon , Oeol-ge , I'tlgb , 13i-ry , Jones of Ark. . Ve.t. Iml , ' ckt i.rn. ri Ills , ' , Vtilt lulI. C' 'leery. l'aSCO , Wllite-12. Pop-uiista : PuLler. Jones of Nev. Stewart-S. Tomal-4. Nays-htePubllCans hiisoa , Chendler , Hawley , Llrollm , Gear , l'ructol-G. Democrats : nate , ( ray , iltitCilehi , Wis. , lIrice , linIris , itoach , CoCklell. Still , illlitt. . FauhIllCr , mln'maty , German , lartill , I'opulist.s : . % Ilemi , I'eOer , iyle-3. Ttjtal-23. Tile Sabbie I'aas , Texas , project was re- dlmced from $1,403,000 to $1,000,000 on imso- thIn of Mr. Frye. Mr , Llmulstiy , democrat of Kentucky , offered - fered an amelmdliment directing time aecretary of war to so adjust contracts that not more tiuin 20 jier cent of ermy appropriation would be expenmieti in any one year , Mr. Smniths , democrat of New Jersey , said 110 hoped annie alne000lelIt limiting ex- ImenlitlIrea would prevail , Th.o aggregate of tile bill , including contract , reached about $70,000,000. an aillollnt UnpreCedeflte(1 ammO ( loilbie that ill tile best timuce of the country , Commeidoring the busilleoJ conditions of tile 4. . . thIn ut , i1tl Is-I ) ' 1O 'i'lii 1".tC'I'- That tile "Eclipse" bicycle is bV all odds tile very best wheel mnanufacturod-it lIas more improvements that others are unable to copy-because fully patented-than any other rmiachluo made-granted that rldord ilero know but littio ' about It-it's all eastern maclilac-and this i its first year hmer-but for all that It is tile highest grade high grade bicycle ever seen in tileso parts- its beauiy-lt strength-its sv1ttness-lts weight-appeal to the best thoughts of every expert who looks at it , Wolfe Electrical Co. Nothlsldeftrcot. 4 . Opp. now l 0. RPJ 0 ye country and of time tr.pllry part of the government money beifl raised by bonds , Congress was not justitleil In appropriating a gre.ter amount thsame-.ver befipre in tile history of tile governrnon ( , On motion of Mr. Fryi ; the amendment of Mr. Linllsay WflS tabledi "Yeas , 37 , nays , Is , 'the detailed vote beinf Ubm'tantiaiiy the sarno as the previous one. SENATOit AILlJ 11ItOTESTS. Mr. Alien , populist of Nebraska , said lie was astonished ( list i1emtjcrats joined with republicans ill Bmlpportin ; ttis bill. The vast atliolmllt Involved would be exlendel ) by a republIcan secretary of + ar , according to the present political otmtiook , imq saul. It would doubtless benefit reinmbllcitn camuaigns. and thin senator said ho could mn(1erstalmd ( why republican senStors supported it , bmt not wily democrats should. , Mr. llon pointed out. in detail time number of creeks , mill ) On)1s ) , lsgooas and m1itchem in tile imlll. Zdr. 1"rye vigorously ro.ented Mr. Alien's reluarks. The Nebraska senator ( lid not know what ha was talking about , declared Mr. Frye. Some of these so-called creeks .sero great arteries of colmitnerco. Tbl was an old play on time word creek. It was an antiquated , worn-omit play , imearll time and again. Mr. Frye said ime was sick of hearing - ing senators rising here and talking ecolmonmy when the sonic cenntorh caine before the COmnlmlitteo amid demmianded increased appro- lrlations. Mr. Alien responded that it was always possible for an artful mind to conjure Ill ) a stibterfno of defense for any injustice. Mr. Bate. democrat of Tennessee , solmglmt to secure an illcreae from $ SO,000 to $250,000 for Culliherland river , Tennosse. Tue seim- ator cleated a laugh by declarIng timat while hme aiProwed ecanoniy in apPropriations , yet it was hardly to be exlectetl lie womld stand by and see people get a wimolo loaf and lie but a lIce , Tile anlendmnent was tabled on motion of Mr. Frye. Time bill was abotmt to be put on Its filial passage , when Mr. Frye asked fifteen nun- tIles to answer critlclsmns timat liami been made on th 1)111. The senator spoke with great animation 0110 was listened to with much attention , Never before , said Mr. Frye , Ilad there been such llnafllrnolls do- liiatiil for river amid harbor imirovemllents as tills year. It IntO come from all sections. It had been the ( lenuand at tile Arnericamu ieo- isle and in response to that demand this bill was presentell. The bill was then put on its passage. Mr. Smith , democrat of Now Jersey , de- mended the yeas anti nays. On tue roll call tile lsihl was lassed-yeas , 57 : nays , 9. Timose who voted in the negative were : Ilate of Tennessee , Cllilton of Texas , Harris of Tennessee , Hill of New York , Smith of New Jersey and Vtlas of Wisconsin , democrats - crats : IJrown of tJtall , republican , and Allen of Nebraska and Kyle of South Ijakota , pop- Uiists. The chair named Senators Frye , Qnay and Vest as conferees on time river and harbor bhhl. MINOR BUSINESS OF TILE DAY. lUlls were passed as follows : Amending time law as to Practice in the United States courts in the Indian Territory ; amending the act granting pensions to survivors of 11101511 wars , so as to include tile survivors of the Fevre river war , Sablne Indian dis- ttlrbance , Cayuee var , tile Florida Seminole wars and the Texas and New Mexican In- titan wars , time CalIfornia Indian disturbances - ancos of 1851-52 and the Indian wars of Utah , Oregon and Washington ; relating to thlo sale of printed copies of patents ; relatIng - Ing to guarantees on . proposals for naval supplies ; making it unlawful to slloot or throw stones or other ndssiles into any locomotive Or car in Indian. Territory ; masking - ing ono year's residence in a territory requisite - ite for a divorce , and _ for-the construction of a bridge over tue1 Mistssippl river at St. Louis. Mr. Allen songilt to amend time bili relating - ing to practice in tile ourta of Indian Too- ritory so as to apply to thoquestion of contempt - tempt in all United States courts , except the supreme court , and made a speech in support of the amendment. lie characterized the abuse of the rigimt 'of' injunction as a term of slavery. This effort by Mr. Allen brought out a statement from him that Ito would seek to get up the regular bill provilling for contempt of court immedl- ately after the disposal of time resolution for time election of "enators by time people. Mr. Mitcilohl 55111 in turn ho would make an effort to secure conv1ieratlon of th hatter - ter resolution after the'passage bf all the appropriation bills excOpt the general de- ficicncy. Mr. Allen withdrew Ida amendment and tIle Indian Territory bill passed. A number ot hills were passed granting con- ( lonuned cannon halls to the Grand Army of tile Repnbiic posts , to one of wllich Mr. Cimanilhor of New Ilamupahire secllreli an am0ndrnent that au remainIng comldonuned cannon be given to time Grand Army of tile Itepimbhic. At 6 o'clock the senate adjourned. VellezmlehImmI Comnimmissiomi 11t-'tpm. WAShINGTON , May 13.-All of the menu- bees of the Venezuelan boundary commission were present at tIle regular meeting save Juetice Ilrower , who has been called to Texas by the ( heath of his daughter. The proceedings were of a routine character , being contlmmed to time consideration of special reports - ports from indIvidual members of tile progress - ross mpa0e by timem in tmmoir respective has of wc'rk. It was announced that the score- tary of the interior ilad. detalied Mr. Baker , who ilas been engaged from time to time upon cartographic work for tile cotmunuisslon , to devote ills full timme to that work. A limited number of nanpa have been ordered to be prepared showing all of the features of all tlmo lmlap'J Of value so far preeemuted to the conumniason , After disposing of time routine business tile committee adopted the following reso- I U Ii 011 : Resolved , That tIme members of the 00mw- mission present , ilavilig hleard with deep regret that President Brewer had , since the last meeting , met a severe domestic aihiiction , they desIre to place on record all extression of sympathy with him end his fimnliy : in their sorrow , nni as lL marie of their respect they now adjourn. Commit Cu us fii' liii lIl'sllim ) ' , Judge .Slabaughl-45.20 , 43-138 , 47-31 , 49-Il , 50-70 , 51-7 , 51.19 , 51-216 , 49-ISS , 52-51 , 52-161 , 52-181 , 52-239 , 52-347 , 52-359 , 52-33 , 52-380 , 52- :199. : LOaL. ithtIt2'l'I'iES. Karl B. lCnclss of San Francisco , chief clerk to Gemmeral Agent Canileid of the Milwaukee - waukee road , wes in tue city yesterday. BOnn Ewing , charged with stabbing IAhlie Young with Intent to kill , ilas been boumi over to the district court by Judge Gordon , time bonds being $800 , A largo hole wasimed ommt by tue rains at 'ruvcnty-rollrtil and Franklin atroote was reported - ported at tIme pollee station last maigilt ; a see- timi of Faveilmellt caved ill at Sixteenth and Jones and a large area of block pavolmmont washed out 00 Sixteenth , south of the viaduct - duct , I- . _ . , IT'S .VICE 'I'o liE A "S'I'.tit" _ Every lady knows and appreciates the "Star' silirt waists for her bay or the "Star" waist for hmerselt-as being the Ilmiest in the world-all reliable lluu'es sc1i thenu-ali good dresaora vear theln-and "Star" shirts for rnen-tnado by the iummme pooiile-tlme shin has yet to be made tilat. equals it-time "Star" shirt Is wilat you want-especially as we sell for $1.35 the "Star" neghigecs that otilors get $1.50 for-tile $2.00 kilmd for $1.50-the 3.00 kind for $2.50-going to have a "neck. tie party" next week-When we vihl "string up" a lot of PeoPle. Albert Cahn , Mail orders tIlled always. ariiatn. - - - - - - STOCK UP Drawers4 Uiidersliirts. $1.50 French baibriggan /7j $ I,50 French balbrigqan unbicached . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t''C uiidcr1iirts , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C $1.00 drawers , of fl iOo undershirts1 of elegant quality . . . . . . . . . . . . LPC c1egantcuality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . C 50C drawers cut 50C undcrshirts1 cut . . C . . , . . . . . . . . . . . , . . ill 1)riCC to , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . III price to. You'll never get a better chance , . N > Y * h--- , , : - ' - - - > - . . , c : \ - t 4/ . . - V'15h11311. iit'hl\ 'l'O iIH Ci-INS'L ltFh ) . Cetrnl I.mtlumr IJnIuim S's N.m ' .S'ny to iiimf..rce I ito i'iimtl ty. It was on the card that Presldeimt K. S. Fisher was to be eer.sumreti at the meeting of Central Labor union last nIght , but as ilO steadfastly refused to be formally censlired tile body could see no way to omiforce its penaity , Tile grounds of Fisher's refusal were that he had never had a hearing on the clmarges of which he was convicted , hIlt the trial was on altogetlmor dlffefent charges. Resolutions were read from tile Typograpll- ical union , which body Fisimer represellts Imu the central body , protesting against time pro- ceedlngs on tile grounds nuentioned. Tills colnmIItlntcaton vas laid on thie table. Presi- demit Fisher thereupon tendered his reslglma- tion , but by a vote of 12 to 10 tIm resigna- tlon was not accepted Ills opponents tllmaIly decided tilat tue resobutiomma of censure passed at a previous meeting were sufficient and the luatter was dropped. -\V. 13. Daniels , A. 0. Gale , Chlanles Salle- Ilk , J. C. Anderson and 11. E. Easton , who have beeml prominent in the prosecution of Failer , tendered their resignations as menI- hera of Central I..abor union , hilt they were mut accepted on tile groulill that the dde- gatea COUllI ilot resign and could only be withdrawn by the body whlchl sent them. The ( lelegates announced such action would be taken before the next meeting of Central Labor mIllion. A ruling by tile chair tlmat J. C. Anderson of tile Federated union was not entitled to 1 % seat because Imis uniomu was In arrears for duos to the central body raised a stormn , and on appeal from time ruiilmg it was decided tile cllairlmian had no right to unseat a dclii- gate before an Investigation hmad been held by a proper comlmmittee , Omnalma high Selmol Alilmilmil Notes. The delay in sending tickets for time an- nuai reception to thosa who paiti this year's dues is caused by tIle uncertainty which existed until recently as to the date of commencement. Prof. Leviston has notified the treasurer of the Alumni association that the class of' ' 90 wiil hold its graduating exercises , Thuradny evening , June , so that tIle reception given this class by the alumni body will he the following evenilma and in all probabihit5a at Metropolitan hal , Twemity'-thuird and Ilarney streets. TIme tickets of admission to the reception ilavp been printed nfll will be mailed this week to all who have paid this year's dmiea. Tile ftnfltlnl dues have been reduced to 50 cents for this year , likewise the initiation - tion fee , in consequence of which a great mamiy Ilighu school graduates who never jinet1 time Aiumni associntion have been enrolled as menuhers. Mamay of the nlmlmni who intend to pay tIme annual dues are still putting thmo mnatter off. It is hoped that thley Wil not delay any longer , but send the ro cents at once to tile treasurer , James L. Houston , Jr. , 505 Simeely block , that time executivci board may know what funds it vihh have at its colurnand. I'i6iLSON.tI. t'AItAGII.tl'lIS. lion. S. It. Wetilerald of Ilebron Is in the city. Judge IV. F. NorrIs of Ponca was In the city yesterday. L. J. Coyle and J. M , Davey of Ponca yore imi tIle city yesterday. J. J. Brown has gone to Aslmlaid , Neb. , on a short business trIp. Ex-Judge P. G. Ilamer of Kearney wa looking over time city yesterday. F. Therney and J. A. harris of Broken 130w were Olnalla visitors yesterday. George H. Brooks of Bazile MilLs was looking over time political field yeateriay. Grant Truborn , H. L. Ewing and B. II , Fogg of Beatrice wore at the hotels yester- day. Lincoln was represented in tIle city yeter- day by W , T. Stevens , J. C , White , S. J. Dennis amid W. L. Barnum. Mrs. Francis , wife of J. Francis of tile liurhingtomi , left for Chicago last eveniog , acconullanic(1 by her daughter. Porter Warner , editor of tile lcadwoocl Times , ss'as in the city several ilours yea- terday while en rollte to Cilicago. 0 cargo \V , Jiclciluson asslatami t gi'mmeral superintendent of time Northmcrn 1'.ucific and party left for their lmome Ill 'raaoila .15- terday. Benjamin Paddock of tills city heft for Beatrice last evening in order to ottenil thlO funeral of tIle eldest daughter of Mrs. S. C. Slnithi of tlmat city , Miss Slllitil hot ! from time effects of a sllrgical oporatian lwrfonllled in New York city recently. The ( umlital takes place today. Nebraskans at time hotels : C. \Vaikor , Kearmmoy ; Henry Ilolton , Scbuylen ; (1. 5. Ilardlllger , Lexington ; Edvurd L , liuolee , Genoa ; I' . Kamiagy' , Crete ; L. L. Lease anti Ij. F. Gilfrey , Arlington ; he , L. and A , It , Oxford , hihootmulheiti ; J. 'F. Roberts , Tecumnsdil ; JV. . Gnmbba , Rushuviule ; tseorgo S. Wooti , Clay Center ; it. II. lirainard , Cetlar Biufta ; A. S. Sands , Wilber : George I ) . Itikor , Clark A. lianlon and J. H. Struve , Blair , - . \ - ' 1)1)115 'I'hllIVA'i'JIIt GO 'i'IlhIOtJGiI.- . . Or is you roof in gotxt condItion-the gut- tening-tor instance-stopped up-or leaky- your cistern ought to be full by this limo- after all these rains-we've got the handiest hot of tinnenmi in our titlailop that fix up liii roofs and gutte'nings in th quickest possi. bbo time amid 1mm tile best possible manner- It's a big branch of our business that we are careful to see aucceed-wllcn we imromnlse an order-you can rely upon it-one telcplmono call does time businesa-and our bill ii nearly nothing. John Hussie Hdwr Co Consider our prices407 C How little they are. AMUSEMENTS. J .ccocccccccocccceccccccc A packed 110115. ) at lloyd's last ta gut testi- fietl to time local luolularit ) ' of Sutorllls' imman- dolltu omchmostra , for , it is entirely safe to pre- sumac , no musical trganizatioll cotmId hutve drawn so many people through one of tIme worst storlns of tllo reason unless its P1)1)11- iarity was firnuly grolmnled. The concert of tell liulllbers 51111)1) ' rellaill tIme audItors for amiy discomfiture they mmuay imave experlemleetl on their way to the timeater. l'rof. Slitorlus nlutl hi orc.mnstra , comprising eighty-five hull- aicians , were supported by the Imperial Banjo altO Guitar club , thirty in number , illider tile direction of B , II. Cumnllmimmg , amId time two orgallizations tilUS comnbilletl were assisted by Mr. Iioiiier Moore , baritone , almd Mr. Sig- imiutiti Lulutisherg , uccolnpallist. Tlmo opelmillg miulllber , time "iialtimoro Amer. lean" 11150dm , by the full Ctreligtil of bath organizations , nuado a favorable impresslomu , which was increaaetl by tue relmdition of tIme nuarch 'Iloall Ideal" by tile imuuponial club , hIlt it was in tIme closing nulmlber of tile first part , ' 'EvenIng Music , ' ' that time real miucrit mmli strclmgthi of tiim ctmnmhmimued musIcal or- ganizatiotus was bromlglmt out. TillS lmulmmbor was given with a flmiishi of execmmtian eldomn heard in like performances. Tilts , amid tue nuelody "Don't Be Cross" were the luatable lleCes of tilt. evening. Two nuhuuber5 Oil time progranu are wortimy of eSleClal mention. The guitar sextet. Cool- hoSed of Messrs. Elliott , Berhmimard'igton , Ilindlnan , Zitzmumnnn and Suterlus , offered a composition arranged by Prof. Sutorlus and remltlered is'ltlu nallch delicacy. In tilt' second part another sextet , comprising Messrs. B. itznmann , Potter , Dulun , lhilldliiatuV. . Zitz- mann anti Sutorius , rendered time prayer from "Lohengrin. " and it proved to be the humest luotabbe miumber of tluo evening. Mr. 110111cr Moore received his usual Omalma welcome and each of his three nunubers wac heartily encored. Mr. Landsberg's ability as an accompanist added much to the enjoyment of the vocal nulnbers. Altogether the colCert wac a success , graIl- tying alike to Prof. Sutorius and time mnusl- clans wito assisted hlnu. A concert was given at Young Men's Chris- than ossaciation tlahl last evenIng for tIme benefit of tile Swelilsil Methodist Episcopal cimurcil , and despite tile storlmay weather a fair crowd was In attelumlalmce. The affair was under tile dlrectiomm of Prof. Adeif Edgremm , amid consisted of cimorlmses renllercd by the Nordelu Sulmgihig society add time Swedish Ladles' choir , salon by Misses Macher amid Joliiuean and C. A. Jacobson , Tile clmoruoes were oxtm-enucly well remltli'reti , and elicIted a generoun amount of npplammae. Miss Macher amId Mr. Jacobstc.mi are well lemmowlu favorItes , and received au ovatIon on timeir nppoarallCe and were compelhell to respond to an encore. By far time most tnkulmg Part of the pro- graIn , imow'over , was a medley of old Swodtsil "folk" ongs rendered cmi coatlllne. Artistically it was muot up to time .standarll of some otimor portione of tile programmu , perllaps , but it appeared to awaken plearunt Ilmemaries in tile ilearts of tile audIence , whmicim founli vent in unstilitetl applause , and tIle sngers were colmllleihed to repeat several llthlllbers. A wondrous insigilt into tile life of Napoleon - poleon in given by Iuloa in tile historical play. "Josptmlne , " whilclm will be presented at Boyd's tlleater on Sunday and Monday nigimtti. Tue love Napoleon bears Joseplline in shown timroughommt time play , notwitimstammd- ing their separation by mlivorce obtailmecl for state reasomms , the sufferlmmg of time remarkable man is at all times aplarent , Tile parting after the divorce lies been granted is said to ho one of tile mutest affecting sceimes in time earlier Part of tue play. JosephIne's ivomi- derful loyalty. evelt after time eeparatietm , no- veals 11cr ill all time streimgth ammO nobility of true and falthmful weman. Tuesday night lthoa will close 11cr hilnited eligagemnellt wIth a pictureeqmmo prodmlction at her now historical romantic play , "Nell ' ' decided hit this \vllu- Gwynne , whmlcii made a \ - ter in Now York City anti timrommgilout time cad , It is said to lie a most charming liay , indeed. Leopold Godowe'ky , time enulnent Emmeslan pianist and composer , iu-iii present a recital at the Crcigimtomi Sattmrday , May 16 , at 8 o'clock , wllen lIe will oiler to the lovers of numlsic emue of tilma moat oiaborato progratmlu evel imeard in tlmia city , au follows : Carnival , Op. 9 . . . . . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . .Sciimmmmn A.i'e ittnria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seiuulnrt.Ltezi Flllehhimmgs-Glmtmlhe . . . . . . . . . . . Sc'imuhert-iiaxt Ir.vitatlon to the Dance . . . . . . Weber-Tnimstg I'rolullo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chopin Timnee Htudie' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ChopIn Itel'celto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chopirm Vltiite , Op. Oi , No. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ChoiLim Scherzo , C slmnrp mnimmor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chopimu I is linde , A lilt t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( lilopimi r'o'onmtmse , Op. l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cimopltm liahiet Music from Alcete. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . , , . . ' , , " , , ' . . . , . Giuck-Saint $ aens 1Vmtlilemirauaeimctlm - ( Murnuers of tile Forest ) . , . , , . , , . , , , , . , , . . , , , , , . , . , , . . . , , . , , LISzt Overturo'rannhnuserVagnerLiszt P- t- : I'I'S I'Ol'iJL.t flI'V's I NOhI i.tSES- . . Tile automatic plamio-tlmo one thmat plays all by itself-doria by electriclt-calls out bigger crowds every day-the recital lasts from l:30 : to 1:30 : datly-aad is free to all wile wish to hlear it-Saturday ovmizmllmgs frormi 7 to 9-the attachment-while uaed on a Italbett & Davis-can ho placed on any llano-and is IlOt as ( iXielisiVe as sortie would thmimmk-tlmo music Is not on time hmand organ atyie-'but perfect. notes of the Purest ammO sweetest soulIli-simowing a delicacy of touch that is simply alnazing , A. Hospe , jr. , Music asmdArt 1o13 Douglas IUE1 [ ( i\i'1IllEE : \ VOTES Broatoli Makes a Disnitul Failure of 0ontro- Hug the Tliuratou Republican Club. RESOLUTIONS FAVORING MACCOLL STAND 'i'sv , . City Iimmmlli4)'M immimi ( ) mm , ( ) tlmi'r 5bemler of the Cimmim .tll time' SImm- tiumm ( mm ltem'mmllMl , lt'r S'omm m'.I _ - Iimmrte ltmmits ii , iisr.oimst. There was a lively nmeetiimg of time Thurston ltollllbhlCahl Clmlb at. its iIeatlIllmlrters in tllO l'attermlu biocle lat Ilight , At a mmmeotllmg , Jleltl about a ircele ago tim club imall IlhulIni- niously lassetl rcsolmitioims Cildersillg time camm- ditlacy of J. II. MacCoil for govermmor. Since timat timume tile sullponicra , at tile Broatch almm- bltion hmavo been endeavorimmg to induce the nlellmbera to reconsider that piece of logis- 1511011 , Laat lligilt.las time tilmlo fixed for a ilnal effort to strike a blow ill , iefolmsa of Limo Breatclm interests , aimd instructions wore edit to nuemimbe-ra with whommi time city 110111111- istration ilas a 1)1111 to be llreselt to assist ill t ill ) Uhmdeltltl ( 11mg. Sm Pel'ill tunllelltlatim be- Sen of tile cIty Imahl ordereti two of hmi elevator - vator COlldllctors'llO are miuetmibers of time climb , not to tail to be on hahld almil midmmmimu- intratien Pull was worked for all it was worth , The mcmi who were expected to vote for rescllmdilmg tilO rosoltitioti were on 115110 when tile cilib met last niglmt , almd as soon as a favorable poInt wau reached in thle proccmi- inge Building IlmspecIur Ilarto arose amId Inoved ttmat the records as reiatimlg to time MllcCOil resailmtlons bo expumlgl'd. lie tie- dared timat. if 1110 policy of supportIng Mac- Call wore pel'siatetl ilm ituomlld break up time club. Ito urged tilat it was ilnhlortahmt that all Oumalla 1111111 511011 III be tIl (5 ml OX t governor on a000mllmt of the Trllllsnhisdsmmilhi exposi- tiohl. Time governor wullld ilavti the priviiego of appointilig fully 501) ) 111011 to vitrlolls position - tion coiitiectod witim tile fair , nmmtl it Brruatelm vero ctected time fliliOlltCeS ) ) iioliiti nil be Olmuaila 111011. Othuor Inelubors called nttcmmtiolu to time fact that tim only oulicial tue govermuar 11511 tile llo\'er to appoint was 1110 VI'O jIresitielIt for Nebraska , aliti as 110 liaml aircamly beohm fll- Polluted ammO no salary was tmttucimed to tile hOSitlOhI they could see no reason why timey SiloUld tall over timellmseivos to elect Broatcim , A veto wac tilen taken. au liarie's mllottomm , \vhlicil WilO defeated by nn overwitollllimmg Inn- jorlty , Only tied miuemnbers beslilea ilarlo Vflteli for time mllltioli , 1(11(1 ( 0110 of tileln W.I5 aico 0110 of hiroatcim'ms appointees. hiarto then declared that imo womild ittavo tue chili , , ammml I mm tlmis hmo was iou hell I ) ) ' tit m ( it II or ci ty CIII- ploye. Time timird flmelliber ivimn votctt to ox- 1)llIt0 tile resOllItlOlul ) dttl not Join in tile 50- cession , SI m' , 1)t'll'l' Ieel I mmm's. OMAIIA , May 13.-To tile Editor of Tile Bee ; Itegarding my culmditiacy to be 0110 of tile tlmreo delegates-at-large from this state to tIme iOplmllSt Imatlonal coiivontioii , reference to wimlcum was immado ill Time hleo of yesterday , I wish to say to Imly friends who have so kindly oltereri to 'asist mu Ilmat I believe our senator antI governor yllolmhll each be oimo of time delegates-nt-large , amId as they 110111 live ill time North I'atto : hualt of time state , I tlmiimk no a Immatter of jmlstieo the timinmi , itiio- gate Ililollid caine fromn IsolIthi of time l'latto , I tb Hot mmueaml by thtl that there is ally sectional foolIng in our larty ; far train it , lint I 111111k it would give bettor satisfaction , almmi , tllereforo , I iVill mmot be a candidate far delegato-at-largo. I ) , CLEtI DEAVEII. . - _ tVmmitshm ( ui IM I IS It ii ii ii lug 'jimmie. Effective Stmndny , May 17 , tIle Wabammil will silortemi its time scllclluie between timl city anti St. Louis. Time train thmat heaves hero at 4 :10 : Ill thmo atterimoon will arrive Ill St. Louis time next niormmlrig at 7 o'clock , rv'lmmcing the m'llrlnillg time twenty-five mnirl- aloe. Tile retllrlm traimm isili leave SI , Louts at 11:15 : i. nm. and arrive in thus city at 11:5' : ' ) tile next Illorning , saving ulfty muinutea , - S1lell IL-ulmy woe sick , we gave uer Castorfa. WIlell Idle iI'iIS a Cllild , lmo cried for Castorie. . Whmemu shic hICcamIlli ithias , slmo L'htUif t1) Castoria. Wiran she had Childrcim , abe gave 1110111 Cwttorl ' ? ' 1' SVO % 'Iii1DI Fi"J1iti : % ' I' $ iiTS- Such a demand hia been made ion our ladies' $3.00 tan simou-witim a pretty mmeedio too-that we've now put in tile SOICO style in black-at time sarmie Iinico-tbme tan-you know-ia that Popular brummetie that is netlike like anytiiiog else uI towmm-bethm of tlmuau bmotts are time $5.00 srt-imut our lunice it , $3.00-you can jt'at us well save 2.00 as mlot -for they'll be just as atyllab anti will wear just as bug as amuy $5.00 hmeo you can boy outside our store-the price. is tile only cilcaim tilillg about tiiemn , Drexel Shoe Co. Bond for our 111mm. . 419 F"l'u 111 tratetl Catalogue , " '