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TIE SIIVER QUESTION.
An Intemperate Populist Makes - a Sulphuric Speech. DENVER, Col., July ll.-The Colorado silver convention to-day was both big and sensational Coliseum hall, the largest in the city contained 2.00 people when the convention was called to order by President Merick. Most of the day was spent in special speech making The committee on resolu tions did not complete its workand adjournment was taken until' to morrow morning. The sensational feature of the day was the speech of the populist governor, Waite Among other things he said :' "If the money power shall at tempt to sustain its usurpation by - the^'strong hand," we will meet that issue when it is forced upon us for it is better infinitely that blood should flow ,to the horses' bridles rather than our national credit should-bextestroyed." "If it is_ true that the United States is unable to carry out its governmental policy .without the dictation or consent of ' English powers; if we are a province of [y-lEuropean monarchies, then we ^;?,;/r/??d another revolution, another appeal to arms. If war ?is forced upon us we will send to Halifax g for a greater army of "British" Tories" according to our popula tion than our forefathers sent there after the Revolutionary war." In conclusion he said : "The war dance has begun ;it. is the same war which must always [ be waged against oppression and % tyranny to preserve the" liberties I of men." It Costs You Nothing. \ We are pleased to announce that we have made arrangements, by ^ which we are prepared., to supply free to each of our subscribers a year's subscription to that well, known monthly home and fa::m Journal, the American Farmer published at 'Springfield and Cleveland, Ohio. 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