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; TIlE 01\LAJIA DAILY DEE TUESDAY JANUARY 29 1805. 5
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ANTS , GOLD BONDS
( Contnue frem - . FIrSt - - - Ia ! ! . ) -
14/ and member stood < Around In little
Jeotl specutng on Il contenb and dls-
cmalnR enerAly the treaury iltuation. Iost-
master General Bsael : Wi on the floor con
lerrlng with some of the democratic leaden.
The house WI not kept long In suspense.
WhIle Mr. lyneh Ilemocrat of Wiecansin wa
trying to get unanimous consent to consilier a
1J1 to quiet the title to certain lands In \Vl- I
cnaln , Mr. IMHlen , the president's executive
clerk appescII and announcd a mess un
WrUng , from the pretdent.
Mr. I.yneh's request was Immediately objected -
jecte to anll Speaker Ire Tern Richardson
lalll tim message before the house. As the
clerk began reading the memberl took their
Real and Hstcneel with Intense eagerness to
ever word. Mr. Heed and other . republican
leaders followed tile prcshlent.s argument 1
cosely a the democrats. AI soon as the
reading was comllJttd , there was a round of
applause from the democratic lido In which
a number of republicans Joined.
Mr. I3prlngr. chaIrman of the committee
on banking and currency forthwith sent to
the clerks desk the administration bill stat-
lag that ho WOUld move the reference of the
bill and message to his committee.
Mr. I.ivitigston , democrat of 020rgla , moved
a substtuto , for this motion that the message
ho referred to the committee of the wh lo
on the stale of the union for Immediate
consideration. Mr. Springer sahl ho was
Willing that the bill should go to the coin-
- Inilo of the whole hut It It was referred
: . to , his eommlteo ho prmlseel to cal the
committee together and secure early action.
"Under the rules . " Inlerlupte(1 Mr. Reed
"this leseage should go lo the ways and
leans iornmlttee. 10 I understand that the
chairman of the ways Rnd ( means committee
waives jurisdiction over I ? "
"Part of the message , " replied Mr. Wison ,
"would prollery go to time Ways alI } means
cmmlte . but the Important portIon relates
to banking anil } currency and I have no objc-
ton to that committee tIling charge of it. "
"It. Is not for UB to InsIst , " all Mr. Heel ,
as ho turned lo tnko his scat , "If the corn-
mittee . " on ways and means desires to abdicate -
"TIme ways and . means committee , " retorle
Mr. Wilson rather warml , "Is not going to
abdicate nor Rhlrlt responsibility . but we arc
sat ned that the message should go to the
other committee. "
Mr. Bryan , democrat of Nebraska . and Mr.
Thand . democrat of Idissouri at thIs point
showel signs of oppositon ; and raised several
mints of order , which were overruled and
the message was referred. without division ,
to the banking and currency commlltee.
Mr. Bryan objected , however when Mr.
Springer asked unanlnou : consent that the
bill go with the message to the same corn-
mltee and Insisted that It bo referred by the
chair under the rules
"Tho chair will refer under tim rules to
the banking and currency committee . " said
Speaker Pro Tem Richardson emphatically.
This ended the first skirmish over the
administration's second currency bill . and
the house proceeded with Its routine bust-
ness. Alter thIs was disposed of the house
proceeded In committee of tIme whole with
time consideration of time bill to repeal the
differential duty imposed by the tariff bUt
on sugars from bounty paying counlrles.
Mr. Hopkins of Illinois , who poke In op-
position to time 1)111 ) . devoted considerable
time to proving that Germnny's prohlhlton
placed on the importation of our food pro-
ducts was a mere pretext Ire rested' '
agInst nn abject surrender to Germany
. - - . nn urgC that I this bill was to bo passed ,
. " ' , the amendment ho had given notice of emi
\ Saturday , requiring German to remove her
restrictions on our meat before her sugar
should be relieved of the differential , should
After some debate In favor of the bill by
? siessrs. Turner of Georgia , Wheeler of
Alabama , and Terry of Arkansas , the com-
Mr. Wilson tried to effect an agreement
to close the debate after two hour discus-
sIon tOmorrow , but Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio
- Tll house nt 5 o'cloek adjourned.
81'IcI4OE1t ASliS FUlt , \ nOSf ISSUE.
, " ' ReconulcllRtoht oftilo I'rosdent % I m.
bUled In the l'orm of 1 11111.
' WASHiNGTON Jan. 28.-ChaIrman
' Springer of the banking and currency com-
mitee of the house Introduce a bill to carry
Into effect the recommendatons of the presidents -
, dents messnge. 10 has notified . his com-
mitee to meet tomorrow morning and con-
I eider the bill. Time bill Is as follows :
- An Act to AuthorIze the Secretary of the
tl : : Treasury to Issue 'onds to MaIntain a
. Sufcient Gold Reserve and to Redeem and
, Retire United States Notes and for Other
Do 1 enacted by the senate and bOUSG of
representatives of the United States of
America .In congress assembled , that In or-
der to enable time secretary of the treasury
to procure nnd maintain a sufficient gold reserve -
serve and to redeem and retire United States
legal tender notes and treasury notes Issued
; , under the act of July 14 , 1890. entitled "An
Act Directing the Purchase of Silver Dulon
and the Issue of Treasury Notes Thereon , and
For Other Purposes" ho Is hereby authorized
to issue and sel at not less than par In gold ,
except as provided In section 2 of this act ,
United States registered or coupon bondS In
denominations of $20. $50 and multiples of
: : ' III sums , respectively payable fifty years
after In gold coin of the United States. of
time present weight and fineness , anti bearing
Interest at a rate not exceeding 3 per cent
per annum , payable Quarterly In like coin :
and such bonds and the Interest
thereon shall have like qualities .
privileges alli exemptions as the bonds
Issued under the act approved JUly 14. 1870.
entitled "An Act to Authorize the Refunding
of time National Debt. " Such bonds may be
% sold and delivered In the - United States or
elsewhere as may bo deemed most alvanta-
seus to tIm Interests of the governmcnt.
Section 2. That , whenever any other legal
tender notes or treasury notes ' shall be re-
deemed In gold . they shall b'o canceled and
' - .L , , not reissued and time secretary of the treasury -
' ury Is hereby authorized In his discretion
'to receive United States legal tender notes
11 ! treasury notes Issued under the afore
said act of July 1. 1890 In payment for any
of the bonds Issued under the preceding sec-
: ton at this act , amid the notes 10 received
abal bo canceled and more Issuel
SocUon 3. That hereafter national bank-
b Ing associations may tall out circulating
notes In the mnnner now provided by law ,
to an amount equal to tIme par value of the
bonds deposited to secure the same. But
. this provision shall not apply to any bonds
* lOW outstanding bearing interest at the rate
of 2 per cent only
Section 4. That hereafter no national
bank notes of n less denominaton than $10
shall be Issued , and as rapidly as such notes
of denominations Into the less than treasury $10 shall otherwise be received . I
. than for redemption and retirement '
- P. they shall bo canceled , and an equal amount I
of notes of like character but In the denomi-
I nations of $10 and multiples thereof shall be
Issued In their III aces. All sliver certIfIcates
now outstanding , In denominations more than
$0 , shall , when recelvl- Into the treasury at
the United Stales . , bl retired and canceled
and silver cettiflcates . II denominations of
larger than $10 shall be Issued In their stead.
. Section r. That from and after the let day
of July 1895. all duties on Imports shah bl
paid II gold coin only and all taxes , debts
and demands , oilier than duties on Im/orls ,
"I accruing or becoming due to the United
J States shal be Paid In gold and SIlver coIns ,
United States notes silver cotnctes or
Dotes of natIonal banks.
Section 6. That all laws and part of laws
Inconsistent with the llrovlslols of the lIre-
eolu , sections be and they are hereby r&
Pealed and a sum 8ufclent to carry the provisions -
vIsions of this act Into effect be and the same
18 hereby Slljroprluted ) out of any money In
the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
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. : Stewart and Ilrrll Wanted It to LID 01 ,
1 the 1"lu " for Ullcuulol. !
. j WASHNOTON , Jan. 28.-Thert was but a
' . email attendance In the senate when that
body met today The session was called
' .1 to order by Vice I'resldent Stevenson , who
. ; , . b : returned to the city after attending the
. ' . . burial of lila daughter at Bloomington , Ill .
. , : : , SOOI after the senate chamber began to
' , sIll and before some preliminary business on
the vice president's desk was dlsllQed of
there wu the largest attendance of senators
sInce the session . The '
lsilon began. ' 'hl presIdent's
' . , /ecretary was announce1 very loon and all
knew be bad lbs Illeclal menage on the
tlan:111 question . There was the utmost
'p1 Quiet II the aeuato cbe while the mes-
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sage was being read . and senators on both
Ides gave I the closest attention . At the
close of the reading Mr. Sherman . rpub-
lcan of Ohio ! ugglle,1 that the message
bo referr to the fInance committee. There
was some objection on the part of several
Meura. Stewart and IlaC-
senators , Including lar-
rls , who desired that the message should le
on the table ao that I senators desired they
might submit some remarks upon It. Mr.
Sherman's motion prevailed . however on a
viva voce vote
Unanimous consent was given to a sug-
gestion by Mr. Harris , extending the privilege -
lego of the floor of the senate to the late
Ileretary of the senate General A. O.
McCool , who Is now In the city.
Time senate agreed to I resolution offered
by Mr. Stewart of Nevada calling on the
secretary of the treasury for I statement
of the estimated defelency In revenues of
the government to pay current expenses be-
twpn ( Iecemher :1 : , 1S91. and December 31 ,
1895 , and If the $ Ui,337.i9 cash balance In
the treasury on December 31. 189t , will
bo Ilmclent to meet such deficiency : also
to a motion calling on the secretary of the
treasury to ascertain the claims of the several -
oral states now on file In the Treasury lIe-
partmcnt under the act of July 7 , 1861 : the
amounts dime them for expense incurred In
raisIng troops as provided by order of th'
secretary of the treasury , February S ,
The vice president laid before the senate
the credentials ot lion. Richard J . Patti.
grew of South D.kol for re.electon to the
senate for alx years from March [ 4 , 1895.
The credentials were place < 01 file.
: fr. Pefer offered a resolution calling on
the secretary of the treasury for a statement .
mont of time kinds and amounts of money
received In exchange for bonds Issued and
Fold luler the refunding act of 18iO. Objection -
jecton was male to It and It went over.
Time senate agreed lo resolution
a resoluton offered
by Mr. Chandler calling on. the secretary
of the navy for n statement showing the
prices pall per ton for armor plates for \'es'
Bels of tIme imavy comparing the same with
the prices paul by other nations . and also
especially what prices were paid or are to
bo pall under recent contracts to American
manufacturers for armor plates for other
Mr. Teller } to continue his
Teler expected contnuG remarks -
marks on the Hawaiian matter . but gave
way to Mr. Wolcott . who desired to call up
the house bi disapproving the treaty heretofore .
toforo made With time southern Ute Indians ,
nail providing for their settlement upon a
part of their reservation and relinquishment
of the remainder to the government .
When tile hour of 2 o'clocle arrived nn
effort was made to have time consideration
of the bill continued , and Mr. Wolcott
sought to obtain Mr. Georgo's consent to n
temporary displacement of the bankruptcy
bill. The hatter , however refused to yield.
Mr. Wolcolt then formally moved that the
senate proceed ( to the consideration of the
Ute bill. By a yea and nay voto-29 to
25-the bankruptcy bill was displaced and
the Ute bill made time ulfnlshed business.
After discussion by Senator Vilas . 'Val-
cot Teller and Jones of Arkansas the bill
was passed as It was reported from the
committee by a vole of 2i to 21.
A bill was passed appropriating $100.000
to purchase sites for public buildings In
Spokane Cheyenne , Dolse City and llelena.
The bankruptcy bill was then taken up
and made the unfinished business.
Time senate , at 4:40 : P. in. , tool up the
consideration of executive business , and
. later adjourned.
W''OUI O HUJIE INTERESTS
Ncbraslm anti South Dakota Senators Mind-
ful of Tbelr Contituont' Neotl
WAShINGTON , Jan. 28.-Speelnl ( Tele-
gram.-Senator ) Allen today presented the pC
titian of Cigar Makers union No. 276 of
Platsmouth for the passage of n bill to pro
tact the interests of American seamen.
Senator Peltgrew today offered an nmend-
meat to the Indian appropriation bill making
an appropriation of $10,000 for purchasing
seeds , gain and Eeed potatoes for the Indians .
dlaas of South Dakota. lie also offered an
amendment to time same bill requiring the
secretary of the Interior to proceed with the
construction of time Indian industrial schools
at Chamberlain and Rapid City . S. D. Congressman -
grossman PickIer endeavored to have this
provision Inserted In the Indian bill when
that measure was before the house for con-
order. aideration , but was rule out on a point . of
Senator Kyle today made a favorable report
on the proposed amendment to time sundry ,
civi bill providing that hereafter timber cul-
turo claimants In making final proof shall
not bo reQuired to appear before the land
office to which such proof Is to be presented .
bu may have evIdence taken by the clerk
of any curt of record and transmitted to the
land office. This amendment will probably
pass the senate
The house committee on Indian affairs today .
day made 1 favorable report on the bill IntroduCed -
troduCed bv Conlressmnn Pleklpr nnnrnnl
ating$187.000 - - - to . pay the Crow Creekindians
of South Dakota for loss sustained In receivIng -
Ing less lands per capita tn their diminished
reservation than was received by the Lower
Congressman Pickier called a the Treas-
ur department today and urged upon Comp-
troilor of time Currency Eckols the Importance -
tance of considering time wishes of the stock-
holders of the First National bank of Hed-
field , S. D. . In making an appointment ns
receiver. Mr. PIckier stated to the comp-
troler that time choice of the stockholders
lies between Crane and Hassel , both of
Redfeld , and that petitions will soon be sent
here urging the appointment of one of these
two. Crane Is a democrat and Iassel Is 1
T. W. Smith of University Place Is a candidate .
dldnto for the postorCG there. Smith Is a
republican , and his claim will not bG con-
sidered by the departnment Rush O. Follows -
lows of Auburn Is another republican who
desires to hell 1 federal office . IG wants
to be postmaster at AUburn , and has writ-
ten to Washington , presenting his candidacy.
Senator Mamlerson today IntroucC1 a bill
granting a pension of $12 1 month to Tal-
bert Draper of Ord.
D. n. Robinson . president of time Nebraska
League of Republican Clubs , left the capital
for his hOle at Omaha today
NO MENTION OJ SftVER.
Loophole Left by Which Conceulona Van
lie f1at" to Slivorito. .
WASHINGTON , Jan. 28-I was considered
very significant that Mr. Springer's bill con-
tains no menton of sliver , and the suggestion
was made that perhaps time omission was '
Intended to permit concessions to the silver
men . Mr. Springer openly avowed that the
bill was the administration's and was drawn
at the Treasury department I was learned :
ICrom ' a source very close to the admninistra- I
ton that the omission of any silver pro.
vision was intentional . The president has no
objection , the member who gave this information .
formation said , to the provision for the coinage -
age of time silver bullion In time treasury and
the scigniorago hut ho did 10t care to malle
any recommendations to that effect . with the
understanding that If such amendment was
Proposed the friends of the administration
would make no objection to It.
UAI'IDLY ! ' E\OISU TiE nOTT031.
Cold nOlone neaohe the Lowest I'olnt
Since Slleoio U..UllltOI.
WAShINGTON , Jan. 2S.-Tho total with-
drawals of gold tOday were $3,075,000 , of !
whIch $3G90OOO was from the subtreasury
at New York and $285,00 ( toni Boston ,
leaving the gold rcservo'at the close of bus.
incas $51,773,173 , or $116,327 lower tban over
before. The amount of the withdrawals
last week were $15,03,273 , of which $7,322-
000 was exported.
I"'nrllhl" lie port ni n.lrnul 1.111 I I liii I.
WAShINGTON , Jan. 28.-Time hOl 11 COIfl-
mlte on pUblo lands today voted t. favor-
ably report the resolution introduced by
Rellreseniative Camenetti 01 California
HCllresentat\'e Camenett Caltorla to
stop Issuing Ilatents to lund grant railroads
until congress has taken acton for the
classifIcation of the lands Into mineral and
nonmlneral. This II In line with the resolu.
ton recently Introduced by ! r. Ilartmnan
which , howe\'pr. 111111el only to the granted
lanll of the Northern Plcllo raiirotwi . . ' 1he
commIttee also decided to report Mr.
Camnenetti's bill directing the secretary of
the treasury to classify as soon al possible
al Ulilatento lands In California within
the grants of the Union I'lcllc.
I nlfrnl.1 un lul" " . ' t gent .
WAShINGTON , Jan. : -The sonata In
executive aesslon today conlrmed the nom I.
nntoDs of George Steele of Depuyer Mont. .
as Indian ageDt at the Dluckfuot aemmc II
Mon tlL aeelcr
SATOLLIS ' POSITION - DEFINED
Text of Pope Leo's Llt0 Encyclical Given
t the Publo ,
SENT TO EXECUTE TiE PONTIFF'S WIIES !
Il.hols of Thh Country Urged to Co-Op
crate with the Papal 1.egamo for
time ( oed of the Church
In America ,
WASINGTON , Jan. 28.-gr. [ Salem
today made public the long expected encyclical -
clcal from the pope. The most Important
features relate to the AmerIcan delegate and
his relation to the hierarchy In this country
and ale defining the pope's attitude concerning .
Ing societies \vorklngmen. . The later begins .
gins as folows : "To Our Venerable Brethren.
p I , . ArchbIshops and Bishops of the United (
, 4.U3 of North America . Leo XIII. , Pope :
Venerable Brethron-Ileaith and apostolic
benediction . Wo traverse In spirit and
thought the wile expan3e of ocean , and ai-
lhough wo have at other times immltlrossed
you In wrltng-hleny when wo directed encyclical -
cyclical letters to the bishops at the Catholic
world-yet have we now resolved lo address
you separately trusting that We shall beef
of assistance to the Catholic cause amongst
you. To this wo apply ourselves with the
utmost zeal and care . heeause wo highly es-
tcem and love exceedlng\ the young and
vigorous AmerIcan nation . In which we
plainly discern Intent forces for the atlvanca-
ment alike of civilization and Chrlstanlt ) . . .
Time emmcyclical then refers to the Interest
tel by tim ppe In the recent American cole-
braton of the discovery of America
"Tho barks of Collmbu8 carried not only I
the germs of mlghl ( slates , but the prlnchlles
of religion , Into remote regions beyond the '
seas. The first solicitude of Columbus was
to plant tim sacrcII emhlcms of the cross
wherever ho disembarked. The very names
gIven to American towns and rivers and
mountaIns and lakes teach how the begin-
nings were marked wIth the footprints of
time Catholic churcim "
The pope refers to the fact that
the first blsholl set by apostolic
authority over the Americn chnreh
hegan. his labors when the . great
Washington was at the helm o't thc young
republic . The wel known famiiar litter-
course between these two men seems to be
an ov\lenco that the United States ought to
bo conjoined In concord and amity with time
Catholic church. "And 10t without cause "
contnues the encyclical . "ror without moral-
fly time state can never endure a truth which
that iilimstrious citizen of whom
Instrlous citzen yours we
have just mentioned . with a kcenness of Insight -
sight worthy of his genius and statebmuarm-
ship perceived and proclaimed. "
IHOm1SS OF TiE HEPUBLIC.
The giant strides by which the republic Is
progressing Is set forth and satisfaction Is
expressed that Catholicism keeps pace with
this progress. The extension of time clergy
anti the establshment of pious societies .
parochial schools and mutual aid associa-
tons Is particularly commended. "Dut ,
whie It Is true that the church has pro-
greased under the republic , yet It would be
erroneous to draw the conclusion that In
America Is to bG sought the most prosperous -
ous status of the church or that I would be
universally lawful or expedient for church
and state to be , as In America , dissevered
and divorced. "
The pope then sets forth the efforts he has
made to leave nothing undone to preserve
and soldly establish the Catholic relgion
In America. To tat end two special objects -
jeets bava . received . attention : First . , the
advancement of learning : second , the perfection .
fection of methods In the man-
agement of church affairs. The first
end led to the establishment under apostolic
authority of the Catholic university at
Wasblngton. I Is urged that an education
cannot be complete which takes no notice
of modern science In the keen competition
of talent Catholics ought not to bo follow-
ers , but leaders. The success of the tmni I.
"erslty In unitng faith with learning Is
dwelt upon , and special menton ts made of i
the generosity of a pious priest for permit-
tng the building of a hal of science and lit-
erature bearing his name ( McMabon ) . The
pope also rotors to the beneficial results accruing -
cruing from the third plenary council at
CROWNING TiE WORK
"Wben the council of Baltimore concluded
its labors the duty still remained of putting .
ting , so to speak , a proper and becoming
crown upon the work. This , we perceived ,
could scarcely bG done In a more fitting
manner than through the due establshment
by the apostolic see 01 the American leg-
tion . Accordingly you are aware , wo have
done this. Dy' this acton , ns 'e have elsewhere -
where intimated , we have wished first of all
to certify that , In our judgment and altec-
ton , America occupies the same place and
rights as other states , be they over so
mighty and imperial In addition to this
wo had In mind to draw more closely the
bonds of duty and friendship which connect
you and so many thousands of Catholics
with the apostolic see In fact the mss
of the Catholics understood how salutary
our acton was destined to bG : they saw ,
moreover , that It accorded with the usages
and policy of the apostolic see. For It has
from the earliest been the custom of the
RomaR pontiffs . In the exercise of time divinely -
vinely bestowed gift of primacy In the administration .
ministration of the church of Christ , to send
forth legates to Christian nations and peo-
pies : and they did this not by an advent-
tous but an Inherent right , for the Homan
pontiff , upon wheat Christ has conferree
ordinary and Immediate jurisdiction . as well
over all and singular churches as over
all and singular pastors and faithful , since
hG cannot personally visit the different regions -
glens and thus exercise the pastoral ofce
over the flock entrusted to him , finds I
necessary from , time to time . In the dis-
charge of the ministry Imposed on hlnm to
dispatch legates Into different parts of. the
world , according as the need arises to sup-
ply his place . to correct errors and make
the rough ways plaIn and mInIster to the
people confided to their care Increased meats
of salvation .
"Dut how unjust and baseless would bG
the suspicion that the powers conferred on
the legatee are nn obstacle to the authorities - ,
ties of the bishops. Sacred to us ( more
than any other ) are those whom the holy
Ghost has pluced aa blbhops to rule the
church of God . That these rights should
remaIn In every nation , In every part of the
globe , we both desire and ought to desire ,
the more so sllee time dIgnity of the immili-
vilual bishops Is by nature so Interwoven
with the dignity of the Homan pontiff that
any melure which benefits the one mmcces-
sarly protects the other. My honor Is time
honor of the universal church My honor
Is the unimpaired vigor of my brethren
Then I am truly honored. when to each
one dub honor Is not denied
MUST WORK WITH THE 5151101'S.
" since It Is the office .
"Thorefore , ofce and tunc-
Uon of an apostolic delegate with wbawo.
over powers he Is vested to execute the
mandates and interpret the will of the
pontiff who sends him , far from hIs being
of any detriment to the ordinary power of
the bishops be wi rather bring an acces-
slon of stability antI strength ; his authority
will POSSeSS no slght weight for Ilreserving
the multitude . a subml8sh'0 spirit In the
clergy , discipline and due reverence for the
bishops and , In the bishops mutual charity
and an intimate union of souls And since
this union , ao salutary consists maInly In
harmony of thougbt and action be will no
doubt bring It to pass that each one of you
shall persevere In the diligent admlnlstlaton
of his diocesan affairs , that one Ihal not
Impede another In matters of government :
that one shall Dot pry Into the counsels and
conduct uf another ; finally , for tba with
disagreements eradicated and mutual esteem
maintained you may all work togetber with
combined energies to promote the glory of
time Amerlcnn church and the general wel.
"It Is dlfenl to estimate the good results
1 hlch will now from thIs acton of the
bialmops Our own people will receive edification -
cation . and the force of example will have Its
effects on thosl without , who wi be per-
suaded by this argument that the divine
kllostolate has descended by Inheritance to
the ranks of the Catholic episcopate
"Another conalderaton clalml our earnest
attention. All Intelgent men are agreed ,
and we ourselves have with pleasure Int-
NeV Walt f 1 Ladies'
There ere no lWuty shotvcA ot f4 Wrappers
Haden's-ofieo1nhIy , ' In the ,
Wash Dross Goods dcpO'lmcnt \Ve have Just opened 150
where wo nrol showing the ( [ ' ' . '
most complete Ssormont i cases of 'V rnppcrs-1 indi4
Ins evoI' beCILQUr fOl'luno to , mourning and caUco
IO ' "
buy. Wo WOo olwly on the U b' gray catcos
morket fInd g ; t nil the now . - - - and percales , dOrk and light
styles which It and all - the novelties _ shades I of f flallnclcttc f 1 I , cas 1 1-
elble to fnd wi obSdo 10 ext our stoi'o hnpos- Si11cs Dress Goods . - mere c delaine and ele cashmere.
: S. Inch Morley l/h 'r , lOc : Islt to . , .
see timemn. " , / f .IIie lrce to commence the
Oarner's : Glncb percale , 10c : other
talk 12o ! for the same. Cliallies. season will be about one
ta1 ! UWI
Duck 1 snitimigt 1 aI1e popular Our Special Sale Tuesday Chnlics. wi , .
prices wi make them go' 10. ISo and haU I I ( last 1 seasons ,
Ilaln olor In crepe wl\ \ be very tie-
slrable this coming measomm . hay ' dens'
have six hues to show 'ou-l0c. 12fc . A "anntU"t line SnUn flttvo
15c and 20c . It " lno Hn\o 7
yard. costs to
Rnl 2 I 1othln g ' "
. 1lClllV. ,
look lt them. Priutcli ChIne Silks In 1 Chntos JUST H Cb\r-
Imported nmitl domestic tlimities . 12c 19 ED Time chok'o or
> rtet 1111 Iomlslo dimiies. 0 number of 8rnaL hnndsomo C chol'o OlO ' 950
arid Figtire 2e yard and : they striped are beaule , . lIe a. designs I , only ) ! rnt . . . . . . . " . , . , . , ot I time lni'gost 1 mills I 1 timu 29 C ' ; , .
) ' 1"IJurel ' "rlI Ilugle I : world ; prlco. . . , . . . . . . . . . .
'ariel' and figured Oaletn cloth nt $1 . 25 .
100 yard. 7
Organdies and SwlMes , l2e , lIe and ' .
OrJandles 15 al % Vool 1ia11ie- i t 48
Herringbone yard aUnc , new novelties 20-Iu. Nntlrnl Poiigco Silk a 1 e- TJ
just out t , on pale at hidytiens . U\'lllC9 . rClnlnr 50e goods , for ono 19C
and 2c . 'lr.l. . And . 11)'lens. rate 20 day oimly , 10e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , Come and see our
. ' \
might fill The 11cc. " 'c have the stick hi dark gt'ouumde , hnn some Black Stitt"tlC
ready for your In"plclon. desIgns ; special lHlco. . . . 2 5 C , " . \
Domcstcs , Blankets aunt Litietis . lea Gowns ; $1 69
r1ce 2,50 0
Dres goods are chenp. Now Is a regular
eel 100 ' for 'Ol . to lit ) ' In I supply 20-luc1 ChnuJcnblc Silks , 2 9 too of the c1ol e5t Dress I3attcm'ns prce
Dt Hayden's eombtnatluns
prices. handsome ; C " ,
shleached . . . . comblnnton9 Ladtcs Coloi ' cd t ' Yoo1
- . yard . . . . . . . Pepperel . . . simeeting . . . . .I'io extra Imeavy cloLh. . . . . . . , ,
I11d yard. and . . . . Fruit . . . . . . . . of . . . . Laommm . : . . . : . . . maims- . . . Ever Offered In Omaha Tea Gowns-Just opened-a
jlnch Silver grey bleached blankets damask , Pair. , . . . . . , 3:0 Otel1ed , sample I lot I to S ell at less than .
yard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :1 . . Inel Mo Wnah Silks lmnnd-
3-4 ( Uniter nnikins ; ; . limit bleached i , Striped . SIS , hln - the cost of manufacture.
dczen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8,00 : BOIO quit ilty ; fast colol's ; 25c . ' " ' . ' .
Large size fringed b'e'mj spremmds , ; . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . " NO ! \ "OLTI , \ and style 1 guai'nntced 1 .
Apron white . checked each. frlnel . IlnJllun9 . . . . . . silrelll .ard. . . . . . . . 3'0 juc neW style to . be exclusively Hayden , it.os ' Plco $2.00 tO $ 10.00
Indigo blue twilled . ' , lie ft'otn
11110 straw wilel . yard. ( . . . 'nrl. . . Ge f. I Every 'ciViiiter GnrJlCld
blenched yard . . . or . . . brown . . , . . pillow . . . . . casing . . . . . , 10e Plaid Siks , al the Scotch in our stock is being offered
7-4 bleached . or brown slmeeiitmg , clan plaids ut time low C . 00 '
i-8 yard yard emily wIde . . . extra . . . . . . . . ' sheelng . Shaker . . . . lie iwlco of . . . . . . . . . 7 5 C to $2 - - lcg.\rdless of . cost , as \ must
. ) lleo
, extra . . hlav . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eiderdown 'lannel yard comforts only . . Ind . . . line . . 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ be sold during thc next 20 ' I
fornln hlanllets at less Ulan cost Must .
anl will be sold. Clothii-tg m men , boys and cliildreii. . days t
i MEN'S BUSINISS SUITS-All-wool Clmoviot I , vcrc mndo to sell lot' $1.50 mimud ) $3.50 . ,
I ( lEN'rO . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . : . : \.o.ll. : ? . . . . . . : I. . \ . . : . .1 . . . . . .t . . . . : l. . ? . .l : : : $4.75
MiEN'S FINE SUlTS-Wot'tcdm mind CnBslmm'c ; stiLts tlmiit wo hare been soiling for '
. . lIEN'S . to $15.50 SUITS-\VO'5ted ; como whio ! this smile lasts Co. snls . . . 1lt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . soHng . . . . . . . . . . $975 . .
Profi 4 Prices
IUN'S FINE Kl1SEY OVERCOATS AND FIHEZE iJLST1flS-flluck . b1no and
! IN'S ' ' made to soil amid. lmmtvo sold for $15 , $ i S mumd $ Oj
brown oxtu'n long ; amlll\o fet $18111 ; 10 50
P us h e d any day ; UIS week Cor. arlcnts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bol . . . . . . . . . . . \ . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . S . P U 11 e d
IEN'S OVERCOATS AND ULSTEHS-Onr $7.50 and $10.00 kind ; como If you want
Asiae. ! bargaIns tom' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . . . 11 5.oO Way Down
- MIr4'S F1Nl \ AND CASSIMERE PAN'J'S-l.OO ailti $5,00 l ] ; this ay
! IEN'.c l lot' . : . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :7. : : . . . . . 7. . : . . . . . . . . . . .0. . . iI. : . . . ; : . . .g . : . .C.S. . . 1.1 . . $2.75
BOYS' VERY FINE KNEE PANTS' SUITS-Ages .1 , to 15. The $ i4.50 to $0.00. '
- grades , line worstcdcassinmero mind choviots11 ; bargains bring you dowim . only $2 - . 75 _ I
SUOITY USEn PIANOS. , . .
We have n number or instruments .
taken In exchange for hhherrmle Y STORY & CLARI .
pianos or returned by piano /rmle . _ _ _ _ _ ES1'gy , Cr\U TIllS \VFEK
many or which arc as good as . new but _ _ _ _ _ _ S1'JII.INO. THI : O.O WFEIC
not only IS regards npponrnttce lmtltiU'i"rE . Come Early
also lS to . tOI e. quality . notion and HUHDP'I"rg. . And Gel
durability . Theseo on simie Monday NgWMAN nROS. . YOU1I CHorCa
at prices ranging from $ . . to $ . . Piano Case o rlll ! YOUI
All Jdnds and makes. ,
5-BAH AUTOIIAI1PS . $ .i5 EACH.
In this class we . have many really Accordeons worth $2.00 . $ . , , . , , . , , , , ,
sell . $ t,00
good immstrumnqtmts .whlch we can $3.0.$10
InstrulQnts sel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . Aeconleons worth $ . $
from $50.00 up. Come and see them . . . . .
THIS $50.0 'VEEI Accordeons worth $3.75. . . . . . . . $
mate It above that , Amqrlca seems destined
for greater things. Now It Is our wish that
the Catholic churclt-'shoul } not only share
In but help to brIng abQut this prospective
greatness. We deen\ It right and proper
that she should , by' avlng \ hersel of the
opportunities daily 'reented to her , keep
equal atOp with the tfPublc.ln the , march of
improvement at the 4ame , time by striving
to the utmost by her ! virtue and her Inst-
tutions , to aid in thom rapid growth dl the
state. tutons Now. she wi obtaIn both these ob-
jects more easily and abundantly , In propor-
tion to the degrees In which the future shal
ton fnd constitution perfected. But what Is
the mae mlnv of the legation of which WG are
speaiclcg . or what its ultimate aim , except
to bring It about tat time constitution of the
church shall bG strengthened , her discipline
"Wherefore wo ardently desire that thIs
truth should sink day by day mom deeply
into the minds of Catholics : namely that
they can in l no better way safeguard their
Individual Interest , and the community , than
by yielding a hearty submission and obedi-
ence to the cbureh. "
ThIs closes. the reference to the American
delegation and the pope proceeds to discuss
the Indlssolub1ty of marriage.
To Catimoilce entering societies of work-
Ingen , the encyclical says :
"Now , with regard to entering societies ,
extreme care should be taken not to be ensnared -
snared by error. And we wish to be understood .
stood a8 referring In 1 special manner to the
working classes who assuredly have time right
to unite In , associations for the promotion of
theIr Interests : and are acknowledged by the
church and unopposed by nature. But It Is
very Important to those with whom they are
to associate : else whist seeking alms for the
Improvement of their condition , they may b
Imperiling far weightier Interesls. The most
effectual precaution against this peril Is to
determine witim themapives at no time or In
wlh tblms/Ives tmo
any mater to be parties to time violation of
justice . Any soeety : , therefore , which Is
ruled by any eervlely obeyed persons who
are not steadfast for time right and friendly'
to religion Is capable of being extremely preJudicial -
Judicial to the Interest as : wel of IndIviduals
as of the community : beneficial I cannot be.
Let this conclusion , timerefore . remall fIrma-
to shun not only thesG assoelatons which
have been openly condemned by the judgment
of the church , but also those which , In the
opinIon of intelligent men , especially of the
bishops , are regarded as auspicious and dan-
"Nay , rather , unless forced by necessity to
do otherwise , Catholics ought to prefer to
associate with Catholics . a course which wi
bG .velY conducive to the safeguarding of
their faitlm . Also for presidents of societies
thus formed among themselves It would be
welt to appoint chimer prIests or upright lay-
men of wolght and character , gulled by whose
counsel they houll endeavor to peacefully
adopt and carry Into erect such measures al
lay Slm most advantageous to their interests -
terets , keeping In view the rule laM down by
us In our encyclical , Heum Novarum Let
them , however llever allow this to escape
theIr memory ; that whist It Is proper and
desirable to assert and secure the rights of
the many , yet thIs is [ not to be done by a
violation of duty : and tibet these are very
Important duties : not to touch what belong
to another : allow everyone to bo free In
time management of I hIs own affairs ; not to
hinder anyone to dispose of his services
when he pleases and .whero he pleases. lime
scenes of violence and-riot which you witnessed -
nesse last year II yqu.r own country were
sufcient to admonish y u that America , too .
Is threatened wltl tmo ludacly and ferocIty
of the enemIes of he , public order The
state of the times , therefore . bids Catholics
to labor for the tranquility of the common-
wealth . and for this purpose . to obey the
laws , abhor violence' ' and seek no more than
equity or justice per.mls ( , "
ADVICE FOR NEWSPAPER MEN. I
Concerning the prbss' ( tie encyclical lays : I
"Toward these objects , much may be contributed -
tributed hy thosl who , have devoted themselves .
selves tl writing . and , In partcular , by these
engaged on the daily ' press. ' 'e are aware
that already there are In labor II thIs field
many men of ski and experience , whose
dignity demands words of praise rather than
ot encouragement Nevertheless , ' since the
thirst for reading and knowledge la so \he.
meat and wIdespread among nil : since , ac-
carding to circumstances . I can bo productive
of eiher good or evil , efforts should bG made
to Increase the number of intelligent and
well disposed writers to take religion for
their guide and virtue for their constant
companlon. And this seems ni tie more
necessary In America on account of the famil-
la intercourse and Intimacy ; between Cath.
olci and those vho are estjnnged from the
Catholic name , a , condition of things which
certainly exacts from our peole great circumim-
specton and more - than ordinary firmness.
I Is necessary to Instruct , admonish
strengtben and urge them on the pursuit of
virtue and to the faithful observance , amid
80 many occasions of stumbling , of their
duties toward the churcIm It Is , of course
the llrper function of time clergy to devote
their careful energies to the work , but the
ago and the country require thnt journalists
should be equally zealous In the same cause
and labor In It to the lull extent of their
powers. Let them however seriously reflect I
that their writiimgs . I not precisely prejudi-
cial to religion , wi surely ba of slight serv- ,
ice to 1t unless In accord of minds they all '
seek the same end. Those who desire to be
of real service to the church and with theIr
pens to heartily defend the cause should carry
on the conflict wih perfect " unanimity , anl ,
as It were with serried ranks for the )
rather invite than repel war If they waste
their strength by disoord. In like manner
their work , Instead of being profitable and
fruitful , becomes Injurious and disastrous
whenever they presume to cal before theIr
trIbunal time decisions and acts of bishops -
oils , and , casting off due reverence cavil
and nnd fault , not perceivIng how great a
disturbance of order and how many evils
are thereby produced. Let them then be
mindful of their duty and not overstep time
proper limits of . moderation. The bishops
placed In the lofty positions of authority , are
to be obeyed , and suitable honor befittIng the
magnitude and sanctity therof should be
shown them. _ Now this reverence _ 'tvhicb It
Is lawful to none to neglect , ' shoull of neces-
sity be eminently conspicuous and exent-
plary In Catholic journalists. For journals ,
naturally circulating far and wide , cole
daily Into limo hands of everybody , and exert I
no small influence upon the opinions and
morals of the multitude. 1
'Ve haye ourseit on frequent occasions , '
laid down many rules respeetng the dule
of a good wrier , many of which wee unanImously -
Imously Inculcated as well by the third coun-
cl of Baltimore as by the coun-I
their meeting at Chicago In the year 1893.
Let the Catholic writers . therefore bear impressed - I
pressed upon their minds our teachings , and
yours on this point and let them resolve that
their entire method of writing shal be
thereby guided If they indeed . desire as they
out to desire to discharge lhelr duty well. "
The encyclical gives special atenton to
tie Catholic university and accords It the
warmest papal Incouragement. In particular
the pope spoke of time noble act of Pather
tIcMahoim of the unlversly In giving the
funds necessary to establish the schol of
phiosophy to the ummlversity .
In conclusion time encyclical speaks of
those who dissent In maters of faith , and
hopes that they will bo at length restored to
the embraeo of the chimrch. Time pope refers
to the Indians and negroes as offering a
wldo field of cultivatiomm.
The cnc'clcal closes as follows :
"Meanwhile , as a presage of heavenly
grace and n testimony of our benevolence ,
we most lovingly In time Lord impart to you ,
venerable brethren , and to your clergy and
peolllo ) , our apostolic hemmwliction .
"Given at iloulo JCr St. Peler's , on the
Glh day of January time I Ilphany of the
Lord , In the year one thousand eight bun-
tIred and nlnety.fve , the seventeentl of our
pontificate. LEO XIII "
AWI : ( > ) II.t" MUST 'AY.
Subject to the Tlu : liegardlees of SoureD Ir
Their itmcomime .
WAShINGTON , Jan 28-Attorney Con-
eral Oney has given an olinlon to the secretory -
tory of war holding that army and navy officers -
fcers come within the scope of Limo Income
tax law. A few weeks ago Secretary Lament
raised the queston whether , under this statute .
ute , omcers of the army wi be subject to limo
tax whether tnelr Incomes are abovG limo
U.OOO limit , by reason 01 allowances for
mileage , quarters and rations , The queston
has agitated the amy for some time , and I
was thought .wel to secnre I legal opiniomm .
Jim his oplnlol on time subject , time attorney
general holds that the law applies to all In-
, bolls aplI\es u\
comes above $ ,00 regardless of theIr char-
acler , and he states that paymaters lust
deduct from time amount disbursed to olcla
on their Individual account In all cases where
It aggregates the sum mentioned , 'fime attorney -
torney general says his views are the salons
ns thoae expressed by a predecesor In passing
elm the Income tax law of 1861. It Is expected . .
pected that the War and Navy departments
will Issue reglatona Ilreicated on this
opinion _ _ _ _ _ _ _
" 'lr Slmipmt ( lolimg tl Culotbhl.
WASHINGTON . Jan. s.-'rlme first omclal
news of the revolutonary outbreak In Col-
ombla has reached the Navy department In
1 cablegram from CaptaIn Cromwell of
the Atlanta . stationed at Colon. He lays
he hus learned that I rl'oluton has broken
out at Uuenn Ventura , on time PactIe coast
of Colombia Secretary Herbert , who had
Intelded to send n warship to those waters
thereupon communicated hy telegraph with
time .mmanlant of time Mare Island Navy
yard . to learn how Ion I wi take to
Ilul the Hennington II Ihulle tor Bea I
much time Is nllulred eiher the Alert or
time Ranger now on the wuy to San Diego ,
will bo ordered to Colomllu
. . . . . , 4 _ _ ' . . _ '
- - - - - - -
BOATNER OAS A SUBSTITUTE
Compromise Between the Reiliy Bill ana
NUMEROUS THINGS TO BE , flVZ5TiGATED
V'Imomm Default of Interest Occurs a ( lovern-
mont Commniseimum I. to Operate time
itomitta l'otmtiimig a llimal
WAShINGTON , Jan. 28.-A substitute for
time Reilly Pacific railroad bill has been introduced -
duced in time house hy Representative Boat-
nor of Florida , time member of time committee
on Pacific railroads who made the minority
report against time Reilly bill. Time bill will
provide for a Pacific railroad conmimmisslon to
take cimarge of the government-aided roads
when timey default in time payment of their
debts and to control them as representatives
of limo government until a comprehensive
plan can be adopted by congress for settling
time relations of the company witlm time govern-
meat. Time commission is to consIst of three
nmernbers vlmo will receive salaries of $10,000
and to be given the powers of immanagemmmommt
usually exercised by railroad directorL Another -
other feature of thm plan is to authorize time
commission to Investigate all tlto subsidized
roads to ascertain wlmother they imavo on-
lawfully obtained mmmommey from time govern-
meat or unlawfully dIsposed of any fummtls
and to recomnumend a plamm for sectmrlng restl-
tution to time government of diverted fnmmfis.
If they find timat they have been diverted
time secretary of time treasury is authorized to
put the roads In time imands of time cornmnis-
sioners , Two of time commissioners are to
reside west of time Mississippi river , Tlmeir
immvestigation Is to cover these points :
110w much , if ally , of time capital stock of
any cornpammy , was issued contrary to time
law and the names of persons or corporations
receiving it ; how nmtmcim was issued for cash
amid lmow mnucim for services ; to what extent
contracts for construction have boon awarded
to comnpaimles or Imidividuals represemmtlng offl.
con or directors of time road ; to wimat extent
land grants imavo been diverteml fromu their
original purposes ; to what extent property
imas lmeen convoyed to persons representing
the officers ; to wimat extent time fuimml imavo
beeim used to influence legislation witim details -
tails of time transactions.
A canvass of members known to oppose
time Reilly bill is being zimado to induce them
if possible to ummito upon this schmome , whmicim
is in time nature of a compromise bctweeim time
Reilly bill and time various foreclosure mind
govornmrmont control and ownership blue.
flepresentativo Camonittl of California , vimo
has a bill to place time Pacific railroads under
military control , says that lie is wihiing to
accept this plan it It cannot cormmmand time
suiport of a fair contltmgemmt of time house
amid lie believed timat time otimer California
members are of time sanme mind ,
] NCOMI TAX NOTICIL
ltoquiremuemmta of ttmo Act Set II'orlhm by
WAShINGTON , Jamm. 28.-Commissioner
Miller of time iimtermmnl reytmimue bureau Imas
prepared a notice , copies of whmicim will ho
Postemi in all the cities and towns throughout -
out the country , umotifying those who comae
withuim time provisions of the Income tax
law of their duty In time premises , The law
makes aim appropriation of 245,000 for cam--
ryImtg the act immto efl'cct , and hmrovides for
time appointment of 300 additiommal deputy
revermue collectors aimd ten additional move-
imue agents , Time deputies ili be zmppoiimted
by time district collectors , and the agemmte of
Commissioner Miller viii at once begin the
allotment of the deputy collectors and time
apportionment of time appropriation. Time
deputies will not au be allotted at once , but
only as time necessIties of time work require.
After quotiimg the imrovisions of the law , tIme
notice says ;
"It is the duty of oil persons of lawtuh
ago having aim ammnuul inconmo of immore tlmaim
$3,100 to make ammd reacher a return en or
before the first Mommday in March , 18m5 , to
the collector or deputy collector of the die-
trict 1mm wl.miclm timey reside of time amount of
timeir gains and immconmme for the whole of the
calendar year 1&9i , antI all guardians , true-
tees and iersona ammd corporations actiimg iim
any fIduciary capacity shall make a like return -
turn for their wards or persons for whom
. ' . - . - .
they act. Every corporation , company ammd
associattoim , botim resident am. ' forelgmm , doing
busimmess for ProfIt itt time United States aimahi
mmmnko mmd reimmler a return to the collector
or deputy collector lit time mlistrict whmore Its
principal otilce or rdaco of business Is situated -
uated on or before time first Imlommday iii
March , 1895 , of all its busimmess or lroflts for
the vhmolo of the cniondar year 1894. Returns -
turns of persons shah ho muado omm form No ,
365 , and of corporatiomma omm form No. 366.
Said forms may bo procured of collectors on
"Penalties-If said returns are imot made
in the : nammmmor anti time above stated it is
the duty of time collector or deputy collector
to make time returims 1mm time forum prescribed ,
and add time penalties prescribed by law
theroto. Time Income tax is duo anti pnya-
blo omm or before time 1st day of July , 1895 ,
and on all taxes duo and unpaid after that
date there shall be levied , in addition
tlmereto , 5 per ccitt on the amnouqt due and
interest at time rate of 1 per comituni per
month from time tUne time same became due
as a penalty , Full instructions for maldug
said returns are priimted in blank forms ,
"Commissioner of Internal Revonuo. "
JJEMCitATS .tJtE lL'lliD.
Report on time Rand 15111 Deimemmiia 1.11)0mm tim.
WASHINGTON , Jamm. 28.-There is some
doubt vhetimer time imouse committee on bank-
tag and currency will ngreo to report the
bond bill to time imommas tonmorrow. limo democrats -
crats of time committteo are divided In their
views aim all financial legislation and some of
tlmenm are irrevocably opposed to bommd issues ,
One mnenmbervhmo favors Limo president's
plan says timat imo does not. boilevo more
titan ( omit of time five temmmocrats on tIme
comnnmitteo will vote for it. Time balance of
Imosvcr , accordingiy , rests with time republi-
calms on time commmnmlttco , as it does in the
imouso , Cimairmaim Springer believes that the
reimubilcaims sviii vote for time bill and aid time
denmocrats to jmass it. Representative Ilitt ,
one of time republican leaders , emmys timat his
party is for time bill by a majority of sixteen
to one. Four muemimbors of time banking and
currency coimimnittea are absent from time
city , two deimmocrats amid two republicans.
If time committee slmouid refuse to report time
bill , its action would irovo but a slight
obstacle to consideratIon. A rule could be
reported to discimarg3 time coimmimmittee tron
coimslderation and bring time bill back bsfor.
Cimnuir' ' , tim himmimklimg ( 'irelt's ,
WAShINGTON , Jima. 25.-fflpeciai Tt'le.
gram.-Thme ) comptroller of tlmt curremmcy hints
approveti time selection of time following reserve -
servo ngenclemi : Nehirnnka-Iinnover National -
tional imammln , Nets' York , ( or First National
baltic , Ilunmboidt ; First National bammk , i.in.
cohmm , for City National hmmiiic , iemmrney ; Lin-
cohmm National batik , Chicago , fur Amnericmmns
Nmmtioniti immmnk , Omnaima , Iowmm-Amnerlcami
hxeimnngo National inimmk , Cimicago , for First
National lamk , Simirlt Lake , Sunlit Inkota-
f3wetiiaim-Amerlcan Nationui hank , hiIImmne.
impohis , far First National bmmmmk , Pierre.
Time comnpti oiler linK lwemm notillemi or time
following changes of nIiicermt iim Neirmmsima.
national bmmnitmi : F. ii. bmmmmgvortl ) ' , mmmmisL-
ant citehiem' of First Natiummiml imammic of Sew-
arm ] ; iimtmuei Id. Itogermi , Victi President of
\1ereimmmnta Natlommol htmmnmic , Ommmima ; A.V ,
Trummmbie , vice vreslmlnnt , in ldmmce of C 14 ,
Hutmt of Packers National bank , South
Omaha , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I item , mnt 'l's x A ml Vs mm emit elm I lie I ) tItet ,
WAS ! i INCITON , Jan'rime supreme
court of time United Slates today granted
time motion to advance time income tax cases
on time docket , tmmmd set tIme itrgumnemmt for
time first Moimminy in Imimmrcim , 'lime cases are
those of Charles I'crlock versus time Farm-
era' f.oun mind Trmmtit conmmlmny , amid Lotmits
if. Ii'de versus lime Comttlmmemmtmii 'rmust corn-
p'mny of New York , mind thmo quesilon raised
in limit commstitutiommality of thm inconno tu
law. _ _ _ _ _
J'etiigremv amid 11,4 , "imit' ,
WA SIIINGTON , .1 an , 28.-Specimml ( 'tele.
gram-Senntor l'ettlgrtmv of South Dakota
lii being severely emiticised by repubhiran
papers on time Atlantic colmmmt for having
voted witim timP mlemnocrmmtmi to endorse tIme
president's Ilmtwuiimtn Policy , iiiii friends
tiny that hue vote lit chmaraclerimmtio of hilts 1mm. '
miepemmdcnce in smftairs , anti point to time bits-
torio vote of Plumb , I'mmddoelc and Petit-
grew against time McKinley bill ,
hlivlmlenmis trummm iiromcmsm hlmimiltit.
WASIIINO'I'ON , Jimni. 28.-The comimtrohlez'
or time currency hilts declared dividends Iii
favor of time creditors of insolvent national
barmkmm , oil ( oliotvs : i ; pe ccitt , Stock Grow-
518' NatIonal bank of Miles City Mont. ;
3-7 mmer vent , Spokane banic of ldpokaime ,
Wasim , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
? , , my i'mm'mt , iim.tor ' mit , itti'.t'ii ' ,
\S'ASII INGTON. Jim , 23.-Special Teie-
granm-Louiea Iiimnfl'cr wits tomlmty rmppointed
imoittimtiat reas ott htussell , Frontier couni-
Neb , , 'ice C , II. Niekeisoim , resigned.
t& . _ . , b . , t .
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