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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1892 WeAre About to Make ANIMPORTANT CHANGE IN OUR BUSINESS! Andto reduce our stock preparatory to taking inventory, we have arranged for a GENUINECLEHRHNCE SHLG ThatWill Astonish the Natives. Ourbusiness change involves either the immediate sale or removal of a large and complete line of goods and we naturally prefer tne former plan. Toinsure the' quick sale of our present stock WeHave Named COST as the Lever by Which to Move Them. Whilethis arrangement is made primarily for our ow n benefit, it will be to the advantage of every Dry Goods buyer in Anaconda and the outlying country to^supply present needs, and anticipate the wants of next season. We are not aiming to make money in this sale, but simply to get rid of the stock. Thegoods must go, and we must sell them during this month. DON'TPUT OFF, BUT MAKE YOUR PURCHASES WITHIN THE NEXT THREE WEEKS. D.J. Hennessy Mercantile Co. ANACONDABRANCH. minM 11 km, Hep.irisill UWrrn Ml. Inn-' |^^ rr lie. ii. Nc Mf-llll'it*. Bint,Jan. 6.^Tim rcgtila^ monthly^mi 1 Unit of tin' Butte lire department was^ImM to-night Willi hMWM Thump^^s-oil Campbell in ^ lie chair uml^aiiitctidaiice of Mermen. WilliamA. Inns of Hozcman wan^also there ami liail rather a sin prise for^Him department. In this In* stated that^the large doer horn-, praised mi highly by^the tiii' l*^ye, uh 0111- of the ImbbMbb w on at^tlx' Hozcman lournontent, hatoaand u^^liim.Hiiil iliat .1. \V. Murphy, who pn--^scntcd tin-in to tin' company winning lbs^first race, had no right or title lo tln iu.^Mr. hues .aid thai In* pruiscd :tie^MM vet.v highh no a saarittyen,^mid wan sorry the HllllllMll IBtBIBl^ing hail occurred, Imh ttie simple^faet was that Mr. Mtir|iii) hail given aw a^^the pr,i|ieit\ ol another ih-i'soii. without^that pei mmi ^ consent, to express it mildl).^His further explanation ,^f the cin iim-^stanc-s slim nuuling the ^prceoiitatkm/* aaMtriaaadthe department that it had no^right to the noma,and the chief wa. av structedto turn Hp in over lo Mr. hue..^He u ill return u ith then to Hl^lliall to-^morrow. Thetire marshal submitted his 11 poll^for Hi-cciiiIh. i. showing: nine lire* during^that inouih. w it I ^ a total loss of only MOO,^and full) In.iltatl The sseratar) mans a^aaparl ami cava a list of ihbhiIwhs liable toexpulsion for the non-payment of Knee,^and for lioli*attendauee at meetings. Hy^a \ ote of the department they v ere ex^^pelled, A uutnbur of eacueee wuta also^offered and some lines n untied, w hile w\.^rral others were assessed for iMiisicmtis^1 ontluet during the meeting, and for not^showing sntlii ient respect to the picsidmg oftleel. Aeoiiinniiee. appoint! d to tm in, ., hall^for the lireiueuV annual hall on I'chru ir^^^^'^reportedthe Mine is- I'nlon lull bad liecnsieurod for the iBWaahlll for M5, All^^ot h^r eotuuutiee on artBUtawrnauls, consist- lagol Messrs. Murray, Lapp ami Burke. wasappointed and Instructed to report at^the ne xt Maetina, I in president admon-^labed the commut,. 10 Im eeononih'al and^tr^ and ha\e something left from the re^^ceipts toi then In I final. The eotinuilti e^to seeure badge* tor n,e mi mil, 1 a wa.^iirauteti funhar time.^Applieats lor Iirrship a*are ra ceiledfrom \\ \ . (^., ^, ,| , | ,,,,,^.,, ||.,ni, . D.E. Kyan, P. J. Ktic. I1 Sloan, Ml Jackson.UaunU McCartn) and Mcphcii^Mi ( .11 tlo . and wen i, t. 1 red to 11,, . , .^mittie. Theionim r.-, had tcanrted I i-^rorabl) uti Mm apt !.. aiiona ol 'I lioiuaa^Hums. \\ iUiatn It. Kant' and W. s. Kwan-^Min. and Ibe) ^en-. h i nil. and arltu their^aaMMtaalou the ineniberaliip roll was tllk-U. Alaw relief conuiiitte. a/aa appointed.^Boutasting at Messrs. Cameron. Tucker^and * an n^. to scr\. for ^ 1,^ n^ it three 11^ ^i 111 is. Several bill, am illowcd and^others referred to the i. In I ooniniiltea^lor approval, and the Meeting aojoi.i in d. ti ki lit ii i i Mill s. li i.l.n - I'm\^ IIiiiui, . Iln.t,n Hills otlo-r^lslier.. Vaiki It it i i ..Jan.f.. 1 Kent).two |mn^^of hiillu n from the Alne mine win ahfaaanlla ilai lo Halt Lak#i The amount is\ahi^il at i:^4.4U'. WtlliaiuJenkii... il i ih fi mlatit in the^Palaee hotel shi.i.t,i,;i s. ra|s . has uiaiu-^|e^tod a l.\ei\ inn :v.i in il,. well: re of^Brnmi. iln mail in acckleatallt ibot on thatni l a.loii. Ih ha- paid all tin lluetor amihospital hills oi Broa n ami \ iaitetl the^araMadad man iicveral liiiiea whih ,,i ihe^Kiati i s' boapilal. 'Iherase ^.( Charles I'.lib i kill. lM-ttrt^known a.. Iba ^^Terror ^.l Ktrinctomn.^^fliarKeil with assault and Ulnn. h.ls^Imw-ii |M^tit polled until tisiuotna.^Boon. TbedtxUiuuiu the Jcukiu* fehootiuv j casewas |sist|Miniil until lo-tnorrow at l. m. Judja Harbari was to bara an-^uouneeil his deeisiou latafajr, hut on aas^follllt ol the alls, nee of Attorneys C.tmp-^IhU and Haldol n a puat|x^I|e:urill was^kiapaaaafya Theaetiott of tin1 council at la -I Bbjfct'l^luei^linn in ih i'lariui; the position ^: 1^in.ii *hal \ leant has al oiiseit pou IderabU rHtlelautIn aeveral quartaea. Iho aa ex- plaiiationof the Intentions of thunci: willshow that Issly to he actiui; lor the^boat laisraata of that city. It is propoaetl^to continue tin duties of the marshal ami si,i\i nuef under one bead. Neither of thesehraiK'bt. in theakTab ol tbaeit) an sunictelit t^^ keep one iii.in lilisx ifpiu- suedIndividually, but taken lo^iiln . they^inaki nuinelent work for u competent m-^dlvldual at a ^Dwl-alar^. Itirkwol Uilt^ehaiiui'. the salai j of the marshal was n -^cenilycut down from |M0 to |B0 a month.^Ami as the aalary attaehetl to the poattinn^of senv^ il* e, la snout the latter tiuure. the^ii iiitinertitiou from boib sourees will^Is- sufUeient to hive .In- b-ork^done 11) a conipet.iiit man. The eii^ will^thus he saved some 150 or HO aiuoutbby thepropoM d i hanue. Altbouuh Marsh i1 Mciutvrowas relieved front his duties la^t he action of Hie council last cm nine, iM-licvcdthat ha will Is- appointed at iln^llext ll|ee|lli^' to ills, haw the duties of botli^eavanjraraud marshal. If choaati In thise.ipacil' II Will certainly he no mis^^take on I be part of the ajaV i men, for dur*^Itta bin term ol olticc he has proven him^^self ooBacleajtou. and abat in the tUscitafsaj^ot hih duties. tina t'liiniiial t'hartrr. Wti.uiu\ii i i. Jan. 5.--The use ol^MaiH.ini Mdlae against C. \V. duett,^took a new turn this evcuiiiK. w lien the d^-^frauded plalnllff apaMMMSj Isdore Justice^Arnold it. this 1 .1\. and swore to a com^^plaint ehaMUB) I ItttIt with viand laiceny^as bailee. Jtisiice Arnold issued a w.irram^foi t luett's am st at a laic hour, and^placed hia hotul at .'.ntw. 'Iln a arrant^was aral lo that sheriff to tic sett ed, duettsohi some mitdng propert] lor^Mis. ]M. ihe . .ind ii is pMitnvad appeoprl*^stod the tuiai \ to his own use, in or^ler 10ajal BuatHhius, out of butt she broutBht . 'nil actmil t^t a judymcni. hut the sheriffconId And notbiMsj to ! . on and^duett w is aflasted on MmuJa) mi the^Husrsje ol ooneealiuii astoperty, but was^ihsel.irn.il h'l- la. k of eiidci.ie. The aromanw ill now gira him a turn in a crim^^inal action. Tin*Turners. Hii 11 . .Ian. I, 'Ihcicwus.i |asa)a|| at- letidcdmeetin^ of ttw Buttt Turn Verieti thisi rt Mltaa, and matteis iii n pais) to the^pi i pi .si d I all wi ii talked oat i trat| In ely.^Iln i on.in no , appoint) il la .i in :ht '..in d 11irapoeamle la make a deCnlte n port in^so short a linn . In me in, ^:. Imin oetlasj^was taken, t'ulk'r rvports a ill be I. ..I at^the n.xt meet ins. alien uflteers will lie^rbuaati, Il a a. iMvided to hold a Brand^maaoucfBjde in Kebruarr, It was also do*^elded to havo an entertalnntrnt and ball^on laauart .1. whoti then' a ill bs at bail k M n isi sh) the Turners, siuutnu by the^quartette and various eaaroiata of inter-^aatlssj chat Bator, New I Ii, ,,r|,i,nil Ian. '1|in. Ian, wiieie. ,,f i!noi-|V^a-^lian win- hi ii in HiIubjB yaeteidsj of the MontanaMining, I ...in and ln\. slim lit^cotnpaio. to purchase real i state and mutesand do r^... ..d aaeri lutndisc buatV ness.also bMsjUU. liuht. The prim i|sd^oiliccs to Ii in finite, thx-ratlons are ^a^Is- Dsrried oa in iln I'titsad Ktatt .t unada^amlMev.eo. I he capital stock 1^ fUjUt.-^t^i. in f.nsliatx's. Tbn ineorui i: tors are:^Henry L I.... pi. It.t . Beaaler. .1. I.. Ilirk-^.inls. II. t,. \abton. J. f. Cowan, P. A.^laBJW. M. I.. Holland and t . J. Metcn-^sou,allo| BUvm bva ivuut). BUl.KliLEYDECLAnUD GOVEHNOK ADecision in i'ator of ConnecBklMl K^ -^pniilieans, H.MiTKOirn, t onu.. Jan. 5. The supreme^court unanimously sustains the demurer,^oftioxernoi Bulks lay, the hold oatar saws etnor. in the i|lio ^ urranto suit ^ tl Morrii.^the late democr.llic c..nihdatc. Tilecourt bbjtb a ilci'lar.itioi. of there,^stilt is nn indi.peusilile adjunct to the^cin ie ^ ot uiivrriHir, as it furnishi I the obJ)autlsMttk evkScntf election, snde. aforriahatnot been decaajsaj Bskctod '^^^IlK' h aisc. inress the il l I.nation is^made in Ih^ way so provided, the process^of citation is not complete. It is found in^esc then, has I sen no dcelar.it ion by the^Ijeneral ass,mill) that tin relator has Is-en^^ Ii i led cow ruoi . and it is not c!.onni|^then, has Im'cii any c(|i:i\ ilent ajBt by any^oiin r auihorities, it follows that the n-^I .i. what'^.er any luiurc imiuiry may^show , cannot now he s aid to have Is en^elected to the ottlec of ^oM'i'iior. and ihat^the NMBbbbbV lit It mains da n- as well .ih^dc facto ajBt. i nor of the state. It is,^therefore, the duty of all citiieus, eoorto ofall dc|.,ntuii ill.- of the stall* uoverri-^mi nt, and Isith houses of the pw nil^^bm mhi^. to rwoaeet ami obaw Mas bbs^Bordinsjli. ThiMMl piis ii ds to consider wIn ti er^the pteatMl |^i in i.il aajBBMsMy lias ihe^pow i r to declare the it suit of the election,^and ItMSBBJMwIBB that tile two hotiM*.. are^not in accord. The court ruts, lumi n r,^it is still possible lor cither house, nr both,^to recede, and so the power of art iln: on^I the case is not jet lost by the Rem i al^' assembly. The lack of law to determine^1 sin h ilispu.es is point, d out, mid the l...-t^ttuU the -jciaral ass.mhlj is rcspoiisit.lp^f. MB I la. k. since the OSMBtitUtiotl lib^n ets t to in: Ue its laws to that end. The^' court say. in ^ inicltisiiui: To deride what^person is lav In l^ elected to Ull^ ollii ^ . i*^| a judicial pns ess. and where lheie i- no^j Iribunnl ept cially attttaariBsd to make such^. a decision, the cotirta must ib-eidc. mid^v hen sucli s|iecial tribunal crisis, if it re-^I ii - e to act. or Ironi any cause fails lo ..el,^then ti e courts BJMBJ tictieiul principles,^and to pri'M tit ihe failure of jtistire.ac.il,^' perhap-. to pit \ cut atian hv and misrule,^I would seem to be authorized to make a^dot kdon, SCHEMINGREPUBLICANS. Petemtlnad to timirnt Ban tmk in Mnet)-Two. Peri s. i nn. faaj t A local pa|s r thai^all. lin on piints what | ill ports to In il.o iu-id blstory ot ihe Doavfseance held Sun*^day b' t.ve :i Sen.,u,r ttu.,\.\V.\V Dudley,^and other laaaVag republicans. The pane*,^as art. those gentlemen hatrodiaootertaj^ibai that il. nnx i.its intend to ^Mil 1.1^.in-^i/e^ iba state al New Vm I,. Bra*rMtasj thai^ihe next presidential eiortors slaitl i^e .1'ti b) the h ni-lat.ii,' and not by potiu Ins*tnatooi Iba paawsW, Another pasture of theallotted scheme is that if 'ins^plan is carried out the Bttor. iis. sinus of money Usually spentin ihe state rnnip.iitrti for tic i ii e-^tiou of alee tors by popular rots rati be^twaorved for distribution during; tin- ran*^tmaaluother doubtful stairs. Tbopapec^asset ts yutn and Hud ley consider tlwait*^kUttion s. riotM in.I are woi'i'ii'd. i a .^\n t im 11,-nii Woman,^bo It DOM, .Ian. a. An mi IdM lit haji i d yesserdajla Lad} H^ sk^ tb, f^uturi l^ Miu lionnii I nul^ Shan'ii. d inuhter ol \\ .11-^i.im Mi.iron, formerly the I oil. .1 KtateB^seltalOTi Lady ib-k'ih was follotvuiK boundsnear Sulifrave. She jumped a^brook, and when la r borso la nihil on the^lai* stdi'. she became eutanitlcd in a^^M*Jad wire fence. The animal phinc'd^alsiut wildly, and it was with th^ greatest^difficulty Lad;- llesketb wu.^ rescued from^In i' Mflloua pSBStloiS, She is a ni*^d rider,^and kept l.. r .-.i at despite the frantic leaps^of i be horse ti j inn sb rid himself of the^shtti p-jmintcd piwi's of iron, w bicb weixj^laceration his flesh. Lady Hcsketh e^-^ca|Hil will; a few slight cuts. CHOICEWOHKS OF ART. Boataewaaeatin-i... i.n. visit the t.eaOiuif ArtBottastos of the Country. Nt-.'.vYotiK. Jan. f^.- Art cirrleh are ex-^rili'd jiisi now localise of the novel nieihisl^of itiotiit\ for MMMBjajBd p nnt.iiL'-. 'i he^BMjBSOtnr authorities, aetinu iiinler im-truc-^tioiis from Sr^Tctnn Fost* r. ate making a^thoroiinh canvass of the collect ions of Ihe^Ida art dealers, and collectors and asking^the dun of importation and *.,iimiu.t of^duly paid on iiuport^il miistei'pii ci's. The^\ast number of those livasures Hint ba\e^bi'cu smiiS'^h'd into the eouutry have sur^^prised the inspectors. The in\estimation^is mil em lined to New York, but all ait^centers of the country are under .urvcil-^la: i Ba I he a^eiits bale lloi obtained suf-^llciont et'kletiec yit. they say. to niakea^public statement. AClouded Title. (llii Atio. Jan. 5.-W. T. H. Heiil has^filed a bill in tiie cirrtiit court to cancel a^contrail made Sept. t'l. 1W1. wit 11 James^P. Mc('ai-tliy of Son Francisco to .ell the^latter M acre, of land in tho northwest^1 wit of the city for flltl.'XIU. payments to^made in installments ilurn.u Nov., URL.^Mi I arthy failed to make the IIrat pay^^ment, but the contract of sale was re^^corded, which ron.titlitodB cloud on tin1^complainant's title which the court is^asked to remove. This U a tract of laud^fortuer!} owmil by the spiritualists, w ho^pros|m ctcd Ihcrnon for oil MM only BOTBsk water. Kulllii'i'hl-'otled. Omaha.Jun. a.-The Missouri Pacillr^and 1'acifle l.xprcss people have kept^ipiiel the fact that an attempt wBKVaa^last \Vednes^lay niyhl to bold up the south-^bnatatd passenger tram in the suburbs of^this city at the Mime place when' Sly suo-^ecssfi:li^ i-oIiImhI the train sonic time a to.^1 iu; in 'r Hi all saw men on the erobsing,^and lusarad of .toppini: bMWMMMI the pecd.The araaMsba rahfisn ffrad a bbbm ol: hols at the train as it rushed by and^frinhti lied the passeiurers. whodiMlifcduu-^ih 1 USB siat to net out of the wa^. For-^tutiati Ij no one w a: injured. CAPTAINSCHLEY TALKS. GBJjneeaatnat t;^. BcTTl'..Jun. 5.^Tho C'liinrse Isorott is^oetlia/dow ii to business, and iln s. row^was given uiiotln r effeetmtl turn to-night,^wliiti the oillcers of the Mincis^ union^issued the follow lag : \,,ii,i \ll BMUabrrs of tla^ Unite Miners'^union round lanroolzUu fhloese, diraett) ur m-^.nrVvil! mi or sftrr the Uth Sa^ ..f Jaaaary,^latii!. a'Ul be fined tile .tin of By,^1\\. ii. Kpoi. fYasktoat. .linn Mi t a^x. Sei'ictiiry. i.tut Wwm k. AstlMIMCN-r.. Jan. -.. QM Ihe West,^eni North f arobna road loadajr,a fn |bl trainbecattt* uiii oui^ '! ible on a heavy^^ nleand dashed down the track at a^toarful spu d. At Dyke Ridge trestle It^let! ti e rails and phmued in S, . t BBoratbanion Mubslosr. Kmrinecr San^I rain is. nrsasaa Bam Anbur. Kufus^' ;i,'in| lull and a aalsjBMl DtM were killed. Ilie ^ ....i in i int. i nt Hit- llalllmore Intrr-^xlewrit liy H ll^'|^ol'tel-. Sa.vFramtsi ii. Jan. ^^. -The I'niied^States cruiser lialtituori* an ived here this:^morning ft'iiii Valparaiso. Captain Si bley^BWjslMMBWdlatel) interviewed by an Asso^^ciated Press reporter. H^ slated his n -^port had BBBSJ MMBffMl to V^a.-hiiu;ton^and be is not nt ItlsTtv t^i make any state^^ment eiiiircriiiiiK Us contents. He snid.^however, that he had no reason to iiHHhiy^bis former telegraphic i-e|^ort. Mymen,^ said be, ''were M in num-^her and entirely unarmed, were attacked atalmost the ^ante moment ill half .1^dozen diH'crriit parts of a district of the^city a mile and a half w ide by mobs vary^^ing from W to L'.tOi men. Two werr^Killed, five M-rumsiy stabls d and IN more^biuistil and hurl. Entry one of Ihcni was^Ktnhlicd fiiiin Ih hind, not one Irom the^front. IImy sailors had been alined they^could have defended themselves, for w hen^even two of them turned at hay thel 'hil-^iutis tied. If they bad bad Knives I Is hi \e^each one could luive chased a dozen^Chilians. The wounded are all well now.^but I cannot permit them to Is- intcr-^\ iewed yet.*' CaptainSchley's attention was called to^the report of the procurator of Valparaiso,^which stated all but two witnesses declared^the police lunl done their full duty. ^I^do not know what my men testified,^ said^the captain, ^but I'm .ure it was nothitif;^like that. The Chilians made the sailors^su-ii two papers written in S|^inisb, of the^contents of one of which 1 am iKUoraiil.^May lie the procurator makes his state^^ment on the strength of sonicthitiK con^^tained in thc.e. I think the statement iu^this morning's papers that Cblii inn lids^offering an apology is very doubtful.^^ANOTHER COMBINATION. KngllshC'B|^ttall.t^ Inve.l Tlirir ttoiiry^In Type I nulnlrli ^. HiKi-'alo, N. Y., J^n. .'^. -Charlton M.^Id man of the I'riti of Lyman * Son.-., ijpe^aiul electrotype foundries, to-night related^ar'oryof a big deal in which an Kllgbab^sM'dicatr has investnl ttHUtfiOt to s;*!.-^i' ^i.mi. This syndicate has botifhl all the^type foundries in the Patted States. ThanaMImbt in KasrTofk,CostrinCtaV i.ui...one in Buffalo, one iu Cleveland,^iwo each hi St. Louis, Cincinnati. San^Francisco and I'hiliidclpb a. and one iu^Baltimore, a few of Ihe smaller foundries^m.,v Ik' moved to the South and West and^some of them may lie closed. I he option^^ xpiifs Jan. :tl. u''d tin- agent! of die sin-^dirate are rigorously at work. Tim com^^pany Wnl be called I be Ann rica ii T\ pe rouialrycompany, (llli-u.o. Jan. 6. -The ty|^e fouiiders of thi-eity declare there is no truth m the^assertion made by a Buffalo matt thai the^t)^^e manufacturer, of the rouatry have lortneda combination. Noticenf Uluolullon.^Notice is ber^'by (riven that the partner^^ship lately existing beiw.cn MB, the MB.^ileisiuMiixl. l^otia^ Horais. Alphouse M.^Unspoilt and Arthur May. rai^.ii^ nn^business is ^roccrs ami gen's li.rnishers^at Butte City. Mont., under tliefirm name and si vie of Dorais. lluss.uil, A M.iv.is thisday dlesolvod by mutual couaent, and^that the business in future w ill ! carried onhv said Potiat Doraiaalwho will payand dis^ barge nil debts and liabilities Iand receive till moneys Ifyable to the late^linn of IV.rais. llu-ta.tlt ,v May i..;. ,|^Ih - lUst da^ ^f HcccmU'r. \.'I. H. |lAi.ais. A. M. lMis-sau.lt. Arthur Mae. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. formal Meeting ot lloth llouif.-i;oi -^erinir I iowei's .Message. Ai.liA.ny.Jan. V-Uoth blanches of ih^^legislature usscinbUd at 1) o'eloi.'k. The^senate elected the officer, chosen by the^democratic caucus. Edwards, indepen^^dent, voted with the democrats. Xo ef-^feiis at ot-istfiii iion wi-ie made bv the re-^publictitis. Walker, dctuoeint, for the^iwcnij-ta'\i tdh senatorial district, was^Mated. Theassembly was'piictlv olgstlit'il and^the officers nominated by the deniocrali''^OMBMB Bajgej i lecied. A coniinittis^ was^then appointed by lioth branches to notify^the go\ iviim that the ligi.-laturr was or-^ganized. He Bl once scut in his message^and it w as read. In it he i otigratulated^the |XHjple of the slat^ u|^on the fact that^for the (iist time in 80 years the governor^was able In addiess his- suggestions to a^legislature iu political accord with the^excctitbc. He stilled th^ paramount duty^Ik loir the legislature was to provide for^an cmiuieratiou of the inhabitants of die^state preparatory lo a reapportionment ^^^^the senate and assembly districts. He also^pnttitiil out the necessity for MM iiiinii -^iliate reapportionment of the congressional^districts. The remainder of the message^related to state affairs of minor import^^ance. Thegovernor adi ises the legislature to^re|H^nl that portion of the electrical execu^^tion law which prohibits newspajwr publi-^e.nion of the details of executions. . lie^favors a liberal but not extravagant appro^^priation for the world's fair. The gov^^ernor recommend^-- the extension of the^system of registration of electors to all^parts of ihe state, and says any measure^pro|m^rly drawn, and not in conflict with^the eonsiitui ion. which will so bulwark^the present ballot law as to make intimi^^dation and brihety ini|sisslh|e. will receive^bis hearty approval. The jtovcrnor ad^^vises the passage of a constitutional^amendment transferring to tin- courts^Jurisdiction in all conti stiil elect ion can s. FRIENDLY TOWARDS LABOR. WhatIs sat.i Alum! Senator Sherman nt^Old.,. Washington.Ian. 5. - General IV^^ nton,^l.-iiig asked if l^' sent any rcpl^ to the^telegram w hich the Columhiis labor com^^mittee furnished the As~criatcd Press,^said: ^No such disputch reached BBS^\i .ii'i'il.ii. fniin which I coin hide no reply^waswant.il before their convention !^^-^da\. As to the Chinese ipicstioii. con^^cerning which Ihe conuuiitce represent,^itself as IstquirbBfi this is MM -that Scn-^atot Shoritian's reeonl from the lirst to the^last on that subject. BS well BB ill all other^i|ttestions connected wtth labor, is one^wise, continuous and earnest effort ^oad-^ranCfl every illteii si of the American^workmen. A^- o- his attitude toward- prn-^si.,1.-.. w Inch was challenged by Ihe aSjaB*^llutM BBhtsI MB position, which this enui- initt.s'repraeaats as hostile loaaAdBara. wasdistinctly stutnl in a delmtc by Sen^^ator Hberman to be iwstd bbjoj Ihscoinie-^lions that the proposed measure did not^go lar enough to do the veterans full^Justice.^ _ Tin-^ aadaaawa Iflaar, l.iixo'.. i.it'. Ihe stall neiit that ii,Balgariaa got at u moot has i^ilii' iv^declined to rescind Ihe darrrr rspelliiui^the Krauch Joumaliatt liaduulne from Hui-^garia is coi.ti i.inl. \ I'aii- s|^. i.i; sij,^ilier. is n :i to le-lieM tile n.nti. r ^ ill^Is analig'sl .mill abl^.