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Theeis Imperative Need of Change In the Monetary Standard of the United States. IIMETALLIC LEAGUE'S ADDRESS. What Is Needed is More Standard Money, not More Promises to Pay Out Cold. lt. Louls, Nov. S30.---The sect.nd day's Mselson of the Amerlan ti lllutotallic league convened In secret aeasion Wednesday and adjournid at a late hour last night. own. Warner opened the discussion and was followed by (Iov. Walte, of Colorado, and Mr. Hhinn. of Kansas, who entererd Into a full dis cussion of the attitude of the republican and democratic parties toward silver. Bloth speakers said there was nothing to be hoped for from the old parties hy the friends of lliver, and the only course that remained opened was to discard all minor Issuen and Joln hands on the par amount queston of the day-the free and unlimited coinage of gold and all Judge Dean, of Colorado, talked on political conditions and strongly advo cated the formation of a new party. A. C. Flake, of Denver, advoenated mon etary reform, and expressed his willing ness to join any party that would make that the issue. Judge Cole, of Iowa, who proposed the injuncton against Secretary Carllsle's first bond issue, fol lowed with praeotlai recommendations. A committee of'"even, appointed to draft a plan upo'tWhich the advocates of bimetasll~ln copd4 proceetd, submitted its report. This was the subject of lengthy debate and resulted In the adoption of the following resolutions: "It Is an indisputable fact that the monetary revolution Inaugurated in 1873, by changing the money standard from gold and silver to gold alone, has resulted, in twenty years, in doubling the value of money and reducing the general level of prices 50 per cent, or to one-half the former scale. It is also a fact that the repeal of the so-called Sherman law, following the closing of the mints of India to silver, instead of restoring prosperity, has resulted in an average fall unprecedented in the an pals of trade. This change in the rela tion of money to oommodlties, debts and taxes, is fast destroying the inde pendence of American farmers and other industrial olasses, and reducing to a cenditon of depeadene and serf d om the entire producing and laboring population, and will, if not arrested, undermine the foundations of oivil Ub erty. "When; therefore, the far-reaching and yet immessureable consequences to the civilised world of this change in the money standard are considered, a change olandestinely begun, the result of a conspiraoy of the non-producing banking and bond holding classes, un der the hypocritical pretense of honest money, just then enormously Increased by unfortunate wars, and to enable the conspirators, their aiders and abettors to command the products of life and labor at a lower rate than open facts or open handed justide would permit when these facts and effect upon man kind are considered and the records of the last quarter of the Nineteenth cen tury are made up. this change in the money standard must stand among the 26 and 26 24 and 28 th Main St. THE BEE HIVE LeEJ DRESS PATTERNS. LADIES' CLOAKS. UNDERWEAR SPECIALS TlTHIS WBHI~ ONTLY. With linings complete. The prices herewith given in. clude eight yards of 36-inch Dress Goods and the following findings: 75c PER SUIT, 6 yards best Kid Cambric. Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Jersey Ribbed Underwear in 2 yards good quality Silesia. ecru and silver grey, worth $z.5o, a yard Linen Canvas. i card Patent Ilooks and Eyes. ONLY 76o PER SUIT. I set Ever Ready Dress Stays. _ I pair Stockinet Dress Shields. i piece Velvet Skirt Binding. z spool Corticelli Silk. 8 1.60 PER SU IT. 2 spools Button Hole Twist. Sspool Clark's o. N.e T. Cotton. Ladies' Natural Grey Wool Underwear. Always a Sspool Clark's O. N. T. Cotton. $2.50 leader. This week Pattern complete plain Cashmere, all shades....... 45 3.4O L 1I Pattern complete Concord, changeable fancies, all ONLY $1.60 PER SUIT. colors ..................................... .85 We place on sale thi week at Special Sale: Pattern complete All Wool Fancy Mixtures........ 4.65 - Pattern complete All Wool Plaids, Stripes and Mix zI Lot Ladies' Prince Albert Coats. A splendid value at $5. i v.0 () PER SU IT. tures .................................. 6.25 z Lot Ladies' Prince Albert Coats, much better, at $6.50. Ladies' Scarlet Medicated Flannel Underwear,all Pattern complete in Tweed Mixtures .............. 5.45 x Lot Ladies' Prince Albert Coats, excellent quality, at $7.50. i wool, a ready seller at $3.oo, this week Pattern complete in All Wool Duck Cloth, navy, black, brown and myrtle ................... 6,85 Besides these three specials we offer a full line from i:o to $25. ONLY $2.00 PER SUIT. DOMESTICS. HILDREN'S UNIVERSAL PATTERNS.' Amoskeag Gingham .......................... Se \we are agents for the sale of the Universal Patterns, Standard Caicoes ............................. S and carry the complete line always in stock. Patterns sent Kid Cambric ................................... S We carry a full lide of Infaotand Children's Cloaks, by mail on receipt of price. Send for the Universal Fashion 36-inch Butter Cloth ........................... Oc Monthly, mailed to any address free of charge. Adriatic Bleached Canton Flannel................. c which we are selling at very low prices. Call and see our line Adriatic Bleached Canton Flannel............... 1 OC Album of Fashions, price soc, mailed free on receipt of Comas Unbleached Canton Flannel .............. I Oc. price. This book contains 64 pages and has over I,cxo illus 36-inch L. L. Sheeting .................. 6c trations, comprising a complete assortment of the leading Extra Fine 36-inch Bleached Sheeting............ 8,C Godey's Ladies' Maga/zine on sale. Price ioc. styles, also of standard garments. GENZBERGER, BARNETT & CO. 24 and 26 South Main Street, Helena. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. most monstrous of publlo crimes In the history of the human race. "Nor Is the end y.,t. Appreelation of gold and fall of prices, under existing 'ondltlonli, must go Indefinitely on as population Incriases and thel gold Sltal dard LI extended to other counltrie. ''ieT.re Is no remedy for the evils at tending this oondltln of things but to remove the Pause. The propolitlon, therefore, to cure existing evils that are world-wide and restore prosperity to people by ohanging tariff schedulen, i. so puerile as to merit only ountempt. Nor Ican a gold standard be main talned by Issuing honds and borrowing gold, and we denounce the Issue tir honds in time of Ipeace and for the Ipur pole for which they are being, not only without authority of law, but utterly defensenetal ams Iublic pollcy, and we 'all upoen .congress to Immediately put a toptop to this lawless and wreckless use of the public credit. Whut Is Iee'eded Is monre standard money to pay debts and tuaxe with, and not more pro)misll to pay gold. We denounce also the proposed poiciy of delegating to banklng institutions the right to ie sue aind regulate the. palper currenc.ly, a sovereign powe.r which the general governmelnt line shuld exPrertue. Tihe, policy of peChl'ttllln thle Iesue and reou lati on o(f ellc'rrencey by banks or pri vite corporattions han been discarded by eve·ry civllli.edl nation on earth, and it would be a disglrace for this country to re.turn to it alnd turn over the su prI,!e functo!ns oif gove'rnment into thouslands of banking corporations. "We are a debtor nation, and must pay annually what we opwe other (cUll trl'i with gold, or with umnmlodites. and there in no way to pay with conl mnodlties hut to contract currency, re strict bank credits, and put down pri ('el till our creditors will take of us eommollities rather than buy elsewhere, and thus leave our gold here. That this policy will leadl to industrial ruin is too manifest to need argument, but it in the policy we have entered upon. and the sooner the people understand what it means, the better for them. Issues arise out of conditions, and In view of these facts who will may the money question is not now the domi nant Issue of this country and the one before all others? Even the highest conditions of party pale to nothing. Nor can thin lnnue be displaced by any other, nor can prosperity be restored to the country till this issue In settled. "To accomplish this great result in thl| face of the powerful gold comhlna tln which now dominates the govern ments of the civilized world, and none more than ours, requires something more than continued discussion. It re quires organisation and action. It re quires heroism and self-sacrifice, un ceasing devotion to principle and a vast amount of uncomprehended work. But this work must be done if we would "Therefore, without attempting to take other steps now, or until experi ence shall have proved other lines of action to be necessary, this conference calls upon the advocates of monetary reform everywhere to make this the paramount issue in every state and ter ritory, and to subordinate to it every other issue, and to highly resolve that they will not vote for any candidate for any legislative or executive omlce, state or national, who is not in favor of the free coinage of both gold and sill ver at the old ration of 18 to 1, and they will not support any party not pledged unequivocally in conventions and plat forms, state and national, and by their candidates, In favor of restoring the constitutional standard of money in the United States by the free and unre stricted coinage of gold and silver as it existed from the foundation of the gov ernment, and for indefinite ages throughout the civilised world, until 1873. "Americans must act for America in dependently of what other nations may do, and to this end we urge the organl sation of silver leagues in every state and territory, and every district. county, city and town in the country, the members of which shall pledge themselves to do all in their power to carry out these principles; and we fur ther urge a necessary step, If it is ex peDted to win this fight In 1IN, that mlninl states and agrloultural states, au states, unite .lose, compacot, and subordlnatlnR All other Issues and all party oonhlderations to this one pur POe, work tolether to secure this all important reform . "lte~lved, That a committi, of five be appli,,llted tO take this movement in charge, with power to call a conven tion when, in their judgmetl, the time has c4nr 'lor further a:ttin, or to change the llne of action from that herein orowoued." hbrein proposed." New's This We offer One Hundred Dollars ewarw for any case of ('atarrh that cannot b cured by HaI's Catarrh C(ure. IP. J. CHlNIEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We. the underligned, have known P J. Cheney for the lat fnfteen yrurs, anI believe him perfectly honorable in a bulllnes transactions, and financlall able to carry out any obligations mad by Ihat ftrm. West & Truax, Wholesale f)rugrllst Toledo, 0. Walling, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesal Drulgists, Toledo. (O. Itall's Caterrh ('ur Is taken Internalli acting direolly upon the blooed and mli cols surfaces of the. system. PrItce, 7G per bottllle. old by all druggists. Teatl monlals free. Wool Auction Sales. Iandon, Nov. 2.--The selectlion offere at the. wool aueli, n salesl to-day waie ful and the general aspect firmer. Antythln good oWererd made good prles, while seced and wasty lots alr estill difficult tIo clet Amerrcan buyers boughth few eelit.alI parcels to-day. Hales have been ,'u, tailed and will cluoe IDe. I. The nlumb) of hales offered to-day was 9,U96, of widlc 1,fit were withdrawn. MIarvehlne. Jltlte. From a letter written by Rev. J. Oup derman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are per mitted to make this extract: "1 have: no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the result were al most marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding Ia grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last for hours with little Interruption, and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; It was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles tree at Parchen-D' Achuul Drug Co. Regular slse bO and $1. Relief for the Suffering. Omaha, Nov. 2R.-Mayor Bemis has Issued an appeal for assistance to suf ferers In the dnmuth stricken region of western Nehraska. Many families are on the verge of starvation. Clothing is extremely scarce among settlers, shoes are almost unknown, and fuel Is a lux ury not to be dreamed of. He calls up on all citizens to contribute. ieelIee'n Arase Setve. The best salve In the world for Outs, Brules, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver leres Totter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Cras ad all Sktn Druptiens, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfao Ution or money refunded. Price 5 cents per box. For sale by the Parchea .'Achedu Drug company. Reintike Shut Down. New York, Nov. 2S.-Orders were is sued to-day from the director of thi sugar trust to shut down all reflner.: of the company in Boston, New Yorl and Philadelphia. Fifty thousand op eratives will be affected. The American Beauty owes her pres tiu more to a clear complexion than tu any other attribute. A cup of Park's Te: will enable any one to possess this. 11 clears the skin and removes pimples an, that sallow, muddy look. Park's Tea Ii used by thousands of ladies for the com pleuion. Without being a cathartic I cures constipation. Sold by Parche DL'lAeul Drug Co. LI HEARHUT DISEASE 30 YEAIRS ! Short Brsoth, Palpitatlols Mr. C. W. d o allet y pth aster bottl Koko tn ri.and a brav bot holdlor says: cucd mbe" erelytroubled wrth Ieart dlsCure over aldos leavlng 1athea army at tbe dose ofoth ilat wtar. r I was troubled with palplttrtlo4 and shocrtnessr of basat. couorld not, y 1'leep on my left side and had pain aroun~ud my heart I boame so Ill thatllt I was mulch alarme~d, andfor Stunately m~y attention wan called to "1Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I drldc~d to try it. The firt bottle made~ld a docidcd improvement in my conditi~on, and five bottles avo cmP.o epetely cured me. u 0- . WV. Mc1LINSICY. . M.. Kokomlo, Ind. " r. Miles' Heart Cure In sold on a r~tltlra h Iguaranwao that the Grot bottle will IwneellL aI ° Bolld by all drugglsta. NOTICE OF HEARING. In the dlistriot court of the First Judlol ditrilt of the state of Montana, in an for the county of Lewls and Clarke,. in the matter of the estate of Mathis Buckner, deceased. James B. Loomis having presented I thin court and filed with the clerk theret on the 10th day of November, A. D. I. a petition praying for an order requlrin the administrator, with the will annexec of the above named estate, to speclcall perform a certain bond or obligation t his decedent by executnlg to said petitite er a conveyance of the following deserlbe real property, to-wit: All that oertain le piece or parcel of land, situate lying a being in the city of aealmn, oOenty t Lewis and Clarke, and state of Monetm bounded and particularly descrlbed as to lows, to-wit: Lst arle . and the wet six (6) inches of )ot tem 00), In Meek as (1), In Montana avenue additlse to4. city of Helena, Menlr.a. Netios be s by given that lbe said esrt ken Ayed _a urday, the Ucth da of Deoebaeor, A. 101, at the ootrt ros of dgeaSa t ! of said district Court, in the otilty r el ena. Montana. as the time aid pieo fe hearing said petition, at wbch time a persons interested therein may a;ge and show onuse. 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