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ANACONDA,MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1892. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NOMORE TALK OF WAR Chili'sReply to the Ultimatum Hoi^Before the Cabinet. PEACH SILENTI Y REIGNS Howtho Unlooked For Action^tl^g Chilians is Received^Matta Will Be Ban^^queted. of WMMMMViIan. 27.- Member* of the^cabinet proserxc perfect silence on the subjectof Chili's concessions, and will^not ailiim or ilcny anything. Soci-etary^Tracy is confined to his homo to-day with^^ ^ .mark ot i htumatisni. Captain^Nhley , fomm uulcr of die B.il'imnre. said^this motning'it would 1). improper for him^to make mix siati-mi'tits whatever regard-^Mg the HMNMI xvith thr president and^secretary of the tiny. Lieutenant Me-^Crea of the llall'.iuult it also in the eity. Noiimiviin- of naval x i*^ Is is nu- noutieeilto-day. Representative Hlount.^chairman ot il.o mmm committee tat for^^eign affairs, called at tin-department of^stale and had a ^ lull v. ith Secretary HI,line^on the qucsiinii of submitting tocongress^the reply of the Chilian gox eminent to^tho so-culled ultimatum of the Ci.itcil^Stan s. Additional ^ nrru-poiuloui c will^probably lie sunt to congress in a few days. The11 rat cable moc-ago received l^y the^president from Minister BgM was not in^nil respects satisfactory. It hhh licking^in fullness and there wen* many things in^it tti111111lit; additional chic illation. An-^fither and later ilispati l^ has nuxv Ih-ch re^^ceived and its contents arc such a- to^leaxe nothing for congress to do regarding^the president's message. Jt not only enn-^firitis all thai has liven said in the Ar-so-^rialid I'refci dispatches, but further it is^couched in most frit ndlx term... Thedi.-pateh re^ fixed says the charge^that the Chilian., entertain a feeling of^enmity toxxatxl tin- Tinted States and to^us II.ix anil uniloim. is utterly lalse. The^dispatch then say a that in order to show^the friendly foi ling entertained by the^Chilians for the Tinted States and as evi^^dent e ol their do.,ire to do all isissible^tin x are xx tiling to leave the affair to the^Tinted Siao s supremmil. M''.liloiiui.i hairmaii of the mmmhmm*^nulie. on foreign relations, m -peaking^of Tiiih's latent di -pat* h. said : Thewhole mailer is .-ottli-d and noth^^ing bin pivhmiiuirics remain to be at-^ranged. An ,'ipolo:x ha.. Ireen made by^Chili a* complete at it could possibly be.^It s | teaks with in' s-t pi of i mi nil regret of the^uttaek on the BoltunOFB -ailor. anil dr-^^ Ian . a t incere feeling of friendship for^the T lined Slates and a profound NMMM ' t^for our tlag and uuiforin. They speak^fc, Imgly ^! the presence of Attune.in^tiien-ol-xx.il in iheii potts during the rovi^-^lutioii. and of t he li |^ lullx attn ml'' i t our^ofhreis anil men at that time. Tin ^^ say thatnBtnrtnWng the mMmm of friend- shipxxliiili t!ie;, do toxxaid the I'niied^States, it xvould be impo ^ Mi lor them^^Ot to sympathise with or feel most pio-^foiiud regret for tie as ^ill upon the^Tniu d Si itea sudor-. Asevidenci' of their psjfgMfl gnisl faith^they tax they prop..^^^^ in connection with^n complete ami humbl^ apology ih.it the^matter of reparation be referred to tho^Tnited State- supi'i me coin ' toih icrniine.^There is no icsei ie. |i is a complete and^abjer i apoloy.. god eit|i ill^ xx hole mat^^ter. Theniatnier oi Kloiiiii shoxved the plea'^lire lelt at i hi iii xi a i oiui in in iv Hi d to him^by Ni-ictaiy liluino, widi authority for^linn iHlniiuti to rep. at it to such |h^r.-ons^as he saw lit to make it ktioxx n. Metre,o x of Keutiii kx. another member^of the committee, xx hen si en si id . ^Fxerx - thingi.- miieh briipbtor now .^^Mitt, the republican me in hi r ot tbooont* mittei.said : ^The situation looks a great^ileal better mil tlie dispatch received puis^tite trouble in xi rx sat i -factor, shape. Othermembers of tin hotftM xvho xvire^^OM bowed.i reeling of relic' ilia* they^Ml at the outcome ^I die trouble. In the^senate also members of the foreign rela- .tioiisonnmiUtoa gava arMonot of satis- l.elion. The c.iiiim:tiee had placed a^1'adl'K'k ol ah ''iile .-. i recv on all its prn-^i erilings, but it xxa- NWNM they were^glad that fioin them had DM0 taken the^graxc n *PQOi ibilnv ol declaring xxar. and^that a prai 11' al solution of the fjiilro^xersyh.ul boon le.ieheil i eie-i i. n^ xxith^the ilignnx and .sell PtOpOCt ol the Timed^States. SenatofHear said 11 \xasa subject of^rintrli ^ onuratiilatiou to tin American peo^^ple, and he thought the mattei xxa'j ended,^ltexelopnients in the Chilian eoinrovers.,^situ e the presklent's iiliimatiim have bwn^a sei ies ^'' . in prises, of xxhieh thai o| liv^day was not the least. \\In ii ine first news of Ibodaoision of^lb* Chilian govetsmonl to praa tic di^ oon-^nodi all the United Stntoa MkodwM re- eeix- d in the A.-mi.rail Tie-- cable^message- from Santiago it indicated such^n complete change on the part of RM^fhilaus iluit, xx lelo there xx-as hivpo ji xxas^true. maii^ persons wen' batilly able to^^n-ilit it. \ In.,- di -pail h noi only con-^flriued tht - utes. i,:e. hut ^ aeh nexx- dexel-^opmeut added to it IOBJS leature, making atrangorthe ttalmt* originall| made. Bgnna dispatdt leoalttogyen niax. ami in addilion lo xx Ii.i . already kuoxvii, iiulieated^Chili x\ xx ill in,, to apologia* for tbn Malta^lioti . x\ lu. b baa bl en on. of the xior:.t fea^^tures of the a.ne.er-v. What KgN^haitl.hoxxexev.ua- not ill all respii-ts sut-^isfaciarx. aMii-'igh in adxalMf the transmi--ionto rongraaa of iba aflnulnl m- foriuaiioiiuuobiiiuaiile.il is belli xi d that f:an's BMaanga xx ^ - one tmaaaaittiiia the^Chdi.ni govt ram nt'a n ply and gn ,t^u Iba siibstuii*^' of tIii- coneej-ixfon* made. Tor^Ihiarea nn Egnnmajrnni nntra baan fall^enough iu his ' tatemi ut* to thoroughly makei i. ir i',^ ' ,;l t.I' Ti riia s aitsxxer. Tliedisp itch colitainmg ropl.x of S 'tmr Parira.Cbiltan ntlniataff ot foreign af^^fairs, is najr] long, and its tratwlaii^^ti a*a*^not eoinpl u I until to-iUy. It I* isnid to^be a frank anil -|il^ nditllj written naau-^un lit, brc.tthitig thriughout tl^^ spirit of^friendship and g^a*l xxill to the Tnited^Si at i s. It i- said to lie clear and utinpiix -^nanli Noiiiing xxii.il'xer is left of the^Malta ii^-i . . h i h t- !i^: only xiit ir.rxn. butapologiiecl for. The moat aincere pa^^-iei expressed for the Baltimore incident,^and the offer to refer it to the tupcame^otirt is -aid to be made a* an illustration ofthe friendly feeling of the Chilian*^toward the Tnited State*. Expression* of^cordiality toward this country are profuse. Itis said the whole tone of the docu^^ment is apparently *o sincere, friendly^ami manly ami leaves the matter in such^shape, it is hanlle po- ably it will fail to^bring the two countries closer together,^and result in an amicable adjustment of^the whole diffic ulty. The dis|^auii is es-^l^eciully clear and vigorou* in repelling^the charge of hostility on the part of^Chilians to the American flag and the^Vtnerieaii uniform. In effect, it says:^^Chili hate American uniform! No. Too^xx I'll does she remember that flag and uni^^form in her ports and harbors, aiding her^in her struggle for independence.^ |Ke-^feiring to Chili's struggle years ago to^achieve independence.] 'ill'- pros|ieet of xxar.it is thought, is now^oxer, ami while considerable remains to be^done before the controversy in its a, ntlrcty^xi ill be closed and simply a matter of his^^tory, yet the affair is in such shape us to^bring the txxo nation* closer together and^make further proceeding* in the matter^comparatively easy of adjustment. Youmean that the apology was am^^ple V^ asked C ongressman Springer, who^was among a little coterie of congn'ss-^men gathered around during Mount's^statement. No:I don't say that in so many word*.^^id Mount. ^I mean simply that so far^as the xvhole question is concerned then'is^a complete compliance xx ith our wishes as^expressed in the Una I demand of the state^department. 1 cannot quote the exact^language of the dispatch, the trans^^lation of which, I will say, was^^ hox^ n ine by Mr. Blaine. It rovered six^or seven pages of foolscap, and there whs^expressed terms of great regret. Indeed,^thexxhole spirit of it was regret at the^Baltimore occurn'ticc, and the utter dis^^avowal of any ill feeling towards the^Amcrii an uniform. To give you a sam^^ple, it says: ^To illustrate the feel^^ing xxe entertain tiwanls the American^republic, xx r an' w illing to submit the^xvhole matter of the Baltimore affair to^the august tribunal, your supreme court.'^I do not asjota, perhaps, the exact words^of the dispatch, but in effect it say s : 'It^is not necessary to submit it totliesu-^apana* court, but in order to show our^feeling toxvards you. we are xvilliug to unb^^uilt it lo your supreme court.' Theywithdraw their request for^Minister Fgait's withdrawal, and s|ieak of^tlieMattaiiotoasaii error of judgment,^ami are w illing lo meet the American de^^mands. Butwhat alsniit the apology we de^^manded^^ again interrupted a member. Icannot say it is said in s|^eeilicform,^^replied Mr. Blount, ^^but the xx hole argu^^mentation and declntatUm of feeling ami^iegr^t, the action taken by the govern^mi nt to have the guilty parties arrested,^all of the se illustrations are given an to^their fil lings in their attempts tocxhau t^the idea there was any hostility towards^the I'niieil States. Mi.Blaine seemed mm h elated over^tin- ilit patch and to regard it as m a*sur-^aiice of the end of the controversy. While^the ^gajfcnjl might not be put in diplo^^matic language, the dispatch is jus t as lull^and complete in its regret of the whole^affair as could be. Turningto Springer. Blount *anl: ^I^tell xou the Isittom is out of it. that is all.^The administration xxould not haxe a^straw to stand, if It continued to make de^^mand;-, xx ith that dispatch in its face, but Ihaxe no idea thev are going to fon e it^any further. No one can r^ ad that corni-^spoudence, gentlemen, w ithout feeling Ihe^iitmoit ^ynapntbj and almost humiliating^attitude of the ^ lull.in gov eminent. Mr.^Maine informed me that the president^xi ould m nil the Chilians an answer nsday^or to-morrow. C.ibleof Illinois, a member of the^foreign affairs committee, said. ^I am^glad of the satisfactory turn matters have^taki n. I think it is now time for the great^Km,a n an nation to bl generous in prim^nta. This is ^ hat we are after, and that^being considered, we xx ill Is1 too liberal. 1^am sure, to impose undue financial |h i^al-^tieson our already bankrupt sister re^^public. PrivateSecretary Halfonl said to-night^that additional correspondence would be^sent to congress to-morrow. It will be^comparatively briel.ami xxill not aggregate^more than aliout MM words. Then1In* been much s|^eculation as to^the time the administration icceiveal the^first intimation of Chili's apology and con- II^ ions, ami some nu mber* of congress^even haxe made the haul statement that^the pr^ -idem receixed the Mpgjf bcfoiethe^executive message was ^ ^inmutin ated to^congrest Monday. Thislalse impression, xxhieh threatened^to become ge neral in some quarters to-^nlgbt, CHairman Mount seeks to correct.^^As 1 understood it.^ said he. ' the ills-^patch from Chili xxas received by the^administration early Tuesday morning.^At lo::Ki o'clock I had information from^the president bx ioulideiiti.il message that^a di-pati 'i hail Is en received fium t hili at^the state ih par'uient. but not yet trans^^lated, so t hili' ^ am wer xxas not received^until the morning folloxviug the transmis^^sion of the president's message to con^^gress.^ ABANOUFT TO MATTA.^Many of the ^ bttfeMM MM Think That H.^ Iba si nit. SperlnlIMkpat' Ii i^ tl'^ Asm iit.^l Press. Sxni! x .ii, x ui (.ahe-ion. Texas. Jan. 27. Thetext of Chili** reply to 1'n sideut^Harrison'* ultimatum baa not yet been^made public. |t i- axxaited on all sides^with (Manga Interest. The substance of^it has already l^in m'h' ated in Asm^u-^aietl Pie-. dis|iat' ;^ - from here, and^this, a.* far as learn d. meets w ith general^approval on the patt of the intelligent^^ lasses. The new -that I 11 ^ idem Hartisiui^sent a special BV ssag* lo coiigreis on^Monilax t'-lating to tin' pointa ut issue |M..^txx ^ en Ihe DnHed Stan - anil ( hili. and Ihe^dis|iutchcK published hen yesterday and^to-dav describing ti e attituih of the Auier- lannpublic saansrd tlx m it ^ r has caused nolittle gnpnlnr anciti tm here. The^lialtimore ineulein. tie pn ident's ulti^^matum and the me-s.,^- *nd dangcixius 'elision llf the II l.i t i. ' '^tWW|j ,,^. two government- aresolo to|s. allcircles. Theydominate the newspaper eolunxtt* to^the virtual exclusion of all other question.-.^The younger and hotter headed portion of thepiihlic continues to Indulge in much^war talk. Bather than have the govern^^ment acknowledge a fault or apologise for^its utterances these young patriots de^^clare they would prefer to see a rssWt to^arms. Such talk as this, it is belle- ^ I^reflects the opinion of a large clement ^ I^the common |^eople. The naval of-^llccrs an- reported to be much etirrcd^up at the thought they may be xtol'ad^upon to salute the stars and stripes. Thex^gx^ so far as to say. according to reports^published in to-day's papers, that they^would see the Chilian fleet sunk before^they would salute the American flag.^Whatever the government may sax^officially in withdrawing the offensive note^of Matta. there are abundant indications^that Matta - |K^pularttx will not in any^w ay be decreased because of his author^^ship of that now famous dispatch^Instead, it looks very much as though this^was the most popular act of his adroiin. -^tmtlon. While the cabinet is deliberating^ll|^on the pnvise form of language in^w hich to apologize to the Tnited Stat^ s^preparations are actively going on by a^committee of leading ritisen* to imn r^Malta w ith a grand ami imposing ban-^quel. This will take place Sat unlay ami^promises to lie a brilliant affair. QUIETAT VALPARAISO. Chill'sKrply la the I Itlniatimi Not Vet^MWn In the I'llldlr. NewYork. Jan. 117. The following was^sent to Valparaiso at 11 ;|o a. in. to-day :^^Telegraph any political news respecting^Chili ami the Tinted States.^ The follow^^ing was r^i eixed in reply at 130 p. m. i^^Cuitcd Stales ultimatum not yet public^Chili's reply has been given, but not yet^published. It is generally understood the^Chilian government will give satisfaction^The only question liable to cause trouble^is that of saluting the Tnited States flag.^Everything is quiet.'' CHINESEIN MONTANA GovernorToole's Letter to the Secre^^tary of the Treasury. I'NDESIRABlE IMMIC.R aTION MongoliansSmuggled Across the^Border In Droves Tho Matter^Raferred to Special Agent Crowlev. IN THE HOUSE. Word* Specialto the Staudanl. Hi.li.na.Jan. The following cor^^respondence concerning the CMssaoa ex^^clusion act ha* passed bets xeii fioveriior^Toole and the department* at Washing^^ton. 1'nderdate of Dec. *x, 1**4, bi Wfaga to^Hon- Charles Foster, s^^cretary of the^treasury, as follows: Ihsxre the honor to represent thAt tnfoim.t^pan l^ ahiinitatit tu shew lll.it x i .t itloSM of the^art eutitleil ^An sii to preltitel Hi''i ontHMjaf^i Illness l^l^^isr- to the Cniteu states.^ ap^proveil Sept. is. isss. aie el fi,-^,n*-o^ .^. n11.oi.-.-^along the heundary hue 1 ^nve^u ihe Tniteil^Slates ami Ihe Norths est t'liltoix. ami^espoi'ially at point* where ihe northern line of^the state of MuuUna IkhiihI-the Neillixvesl^territory. Iliaxe lessen to kagaaa) thai thein |^ sfl or-^r.iin. . a gan.- engaged In SBSeStSty lutrodiu'lng^these unUxvIiii Ininiis'i.'Uits into tin- -tat.-, xxatli^li^ai|i|iiarterh ajang I lis line ef the ('ana.llau^I'scthc i.tilt^m i. I he sparselx settleil se,'tlon ofthe tasjstry saMgnassi *^ our aaiMMM^hoiindMry makes our state a favunte iliiin|i|iig^ground for Chinese w ho are the s^)utt* ef tin-^Illicit traffli'. Kormsoy xsar^ ^ lilnese in limit.s| iriml'srs^bum resided In this stale, enjoying equal pro^lection of the laws. | lieu prexeni*e m ^^oinimra-^ttve small niimliers has exclteil no hasiilitv^against thrni iu the |.^-t. Inn the . -n-tant ami^xlslli^ swelling uf that piplll itlen xtlthlll Hie^past year rontiuiie.x tu he Hie .iil-i- ^ .-' 'in . h l.awyei and (^rangem Have ltattlr-Hillslnlrodiicsit. Wa.shini.io', Jan. .'7.--Tlie|ariner*and^lawyer.- had a liattlc in the house to-dav.^and tho result w is a decisive xntoty for^the agriculturists. Forseveral sessions there ha* been jeal^^ousy lielxxecu the judiciary and the agri^^cultural committees in the matter of^oleomargarine legislation. To-day it was^revived by the introduction of a bill by !^Hatch, amending Ihe pn'seut oleomarga^^rine law. Hatch asked for its refenuiee to i^the committee on agriculture, to which;^Chairman Culberson of the judiciary com^^mittee ohjeetod. Boll call resulted in a^victory for Hatch. IM to Is. '-The purpose^of the bill.^ said Hatch. *'is to place oleo^^margarine in original packages m the^same legal condition in the states as the^Wilson bill places the sale and distribu^^tion of liquor. Thebill provides that all oleomargariinj)^transjiorted into anx stale or territory or^remaining therein for use, consumption,^sale or storage, shall, upon arrival there,^be subjected to the laws thereof, in the^same manner as though surh oleomarga-^line was produced in such slate or tern^tory. Thecommittee on the world's fair to^day decided to icport to the house the^world's fair investigation nsolutton in^^troduced by Mi'rear*. Martinof Indiana piesented a resolu^tion calling on the president to \ uhln h all^cfjnesponden'e whatever had by the^Tnited Mates government upon matte:* couceillillg the Chilian Double. It was referredto the committee on loieigu^uffairs. Aiiumbci of hill, of linle importati' e^were introduced and referred. Thediscussion of the rc|^oit of the com^^mittee on rule:, xxas then resumed, anil^Hooker of Mississippi, though in general^advocating the nil^-, expressed himself in^favor of a steeling coiiimittf la to de^^cide what measures max Is.' bniught to Ihe^attention of the house. It was bag large a^|K^wcr to xest in the i oiumittee on rule*. Watsonol fieorgia took the floor.Hid^laid doxx ii the principles of the Farmers'^alliance party, including the abolition of^national batiks as banks of issue, free sil^^ver, the abolition of alien ownership of^lands, the election of si uators by the |ieo-^ple. that the government shouiil issii^^money lo the |ieople who need it to pcrln i^their exchanges, practically free of cost,^ami 11 .a t through Iba sulstreasury plan or^something better the la-oplo should have^the privilege of the use of that money bx^giving such security as |s considered good^inlliccoiniiieici.il world; they demand a^graduated income tax, and that no man's^Ihisiiicss Im* bull: up at the expense of an^^other man. Afterfurther debate the house ad-^jourm-d. IIItil,' Si a, O. Waiiim.ion, Jan. ft, sIbMg IM bill ,^presented is one uicoip (ntsgg 'he |stf^ol Ann ricaii tlorists. Hale,fixmi the committee on naval af-^fairs. report! d back the te^oltlt|ou t^^questing the president to report what^steps, if any, haxe la-cn taken to haxe^soundings made between^or any point on the Taciln^Sandwich l lands. |gs^offered a lesolulion din^tary of state to send^the c^ire.-p-i!idi m e with^relating lo the MMkfll^as I'tiitod Slates^After consul' rabh SanlYnMisro^**oast and the^^ id lo. Morgan^pi ting tin MCX^uate copu ^ I^1 la* gxiiernim lit^eptance of M.ot minister to ^ Maa, ih' 1--1011. Morgan ies of conversation modifiedthe l^--ollltiou so as In S i|i|' -i^the president to furnish Ml etirrc-poin!-^^ ne. . if not im oiiquttihl.' with the pul l ^^illterciit. It xx.i ihen agreed to. Tuei-esohni at lieix'tofor,- nqsirte I ft'.'a^the coinmitte* on prix ih gi s and eh ' 11- a-,^dis laring ( hillon of 'l ex.is ^ -muled to n ^^tain lit-M it in the senate, was agr^ ^ d M^without division. The M'liate then pn-^a-.I to busitieas on the calendar. Whenthe lull appropriating #^5.^mi I t a^piibhi bslUding at Ifetio. Ni'v.. came up.^op|Misitioii xx as dexel,,|^'i| ami it win' .... r^w ithout action. Fbe Im AbrabilloccU| ^ I^the lanaMn' of the saesssa** troin in MstMsl GHg, Cityor Mkxioo, Jan. '5, I'l rkissaa,^the organ of the church parly, aasnjarnt-^ing on Chilian news, in t'emomiw's ksvaa,^w ill attack the |M^ople of the Tnited states,^calling tin tu an iticxecralile pajM of lovx-^ards. xvho. Uiausc they are |^owcrful.^would ati.u k a small nation. agitationand SSVXMS crgsfssni. I Wg to assnM^xou tltst this spin: ef ^Wx***jas**xx| lie.tilttv^xxrhkrh pervades certain sei tlnn* of this stast is^not based iiis n ^ i spri''H^ii^ or cati^^les, change^of fcentlldent conreinillg these people, hut In^good fallli ii|^in th^ notorious violations of a^puhllc htatute Ifeel constrains,I, tlieri'fA:c, in hehjlf sf S%^^people of this state, to urge ii|mii th#. Tinted^States a\tgo:ou^ I'tosecntiun of all x-lnlatious^ixf the exclusion act and the ptoinpt return to^t luus of all pel-un^ alio are herein vl^ljtlou^of law. Ifacorps of olBcem represent lug our govern^intuit, pinsesslug censiuiniiati. courage, |a#g^inenl, discretion and Intcgrltx. xvctr atStHssned^Ir conxTnlent anil proper place- along the fion^tier. I b*l|evtx that tin- in : ef unlawful e|^e|i4^torscoiild lie soon suppressed an,I reasonable^Immunity from future complalDl en thai ui'iHint^lie assured- I have the honor to W. xour els-^dlvut servant.Jos, K.Tootax MValSSfof Montana. Inanswer to this, the acting Keen tarv^of the treasury department under date of^Dec. I^ la-t. wrote. 1liavs the honor to acknowledge the receipt^of your communication of Ihe Gilt lost, tu rela^lion to the unlawful Introduction of i htD*'se^tntnliwxfTuji^ statas. and tn repw would s.iv^thst Special Aeent .1. I i r^^wlex. whose ngtcial^addresM* (^t. Vaui. Muni . will h^ gkreetsg to^conler with xou in tetalioii to the -uloect a- .-.s.ii^as the . nrrent hu-lni^ s of tits omce will iieiunt. JnslrilftloUShave Im-i'Ii ; sill to Agent i luuley. withthe view tu tlie .idoplinn of spi, ial^nieaxiireii tn prohibit the liaffle referred in fiovernorToole sax s nothing ha- la-en^beard of Agent Crowley. PALOALTO SALE. Horsesof Manfoid's Noted Slables Srxlrl^In Nexx Y,n Ii. HpsyTsspat, Jan. If, *i statifonr-Mia to-daythe ell Worth, by Bsaettossaac, full^brother of Suiiol. was lniughi be x H.^Mooie of Philadelphia for JW.siM. .1. DttU^Walton of this ^itv offend fllflVng |^inn for idvertiMt . but the off, r wa- n--^fused. Thefollow ing are other unpoi lant sah -^lastoii. by Fle^Hoiicci. Llstg K.llen. W, Si^Milliu. ft^' bax fillx. bx Electioneer,^Lilly R.. Charlc. Robinson. Ixt.pri. ||v|h^rion. by Piedmont, Mamie, W. II. Mailt^ews. $^,Ot^n; Je.siea. by Palo tlto. Jennie^Hentoii. John Horatl. Morristowu. \. V..^eJ.lnfi; hay hllx. bx Klecinuieer, Florry,^John A. Wilson. Franklin. Ta.. gsJsV^Tucson, by Annoor. Lin y, f harles Kohin-^son. #l,*^t. Isix gelding, by (n iiit.iI II, ii-^ton. lastly Kline. I. H. (Hthell. ^l.ir.'-.; |v|^.^by Nephew. Alma. J. (i. Merrill, fljOMi^bay Hllx. bv Klixtioneer, l.i/iic * olhns.^James 'fhomps.ai. fl.MVt. FELL UNDER *THE Wttt.ELS.^Ileal h of A. I). NMn al Aieril.su Calls Vol,Hi l X . Hperlslto the M .ndatd Poiat* 11 ii. Idaho. Jan.t l^. Moon,^a young man who has Imhmi employed lo^bag railway compel!) for some time pu.-i^as freight hrakcmali. met witbauacei^MM ttsM morning at American Fall.-. r^^ceiviqg iiijui ies from which he died this^afternoon- Ha went to step from the en^^gine while still in motion to the plat ha in^at Ann ru in Falls station. He *lip|s'd on^the ice and was thrown under the ears.^His left arm Bras trighifully maogied, his^skull fiacturcd, and he was injured Intel -^ually. Moonxvas a man well ihoqghi of here,^and the entire rity mourns l is Mtk, His^parent* Ine at ha xbuig. lbs* 'oitm. uul^liave Is i n apprised ^I lo sudden diatb.^His remains w ill pi obably l e shipped to^that place for burial INFAVOR OF THi; OEt-KNtJANT.^A PssMsstaW Case axf wi.ul.oi hbiiiiti at lln/euII. Specialtu the standard. MSBaVAV,Jan. In the mm of Mm Slatevs. Aii*1 ri a laVlfabost, for ih- ofburglary, on truil here tlif pa-t tl days,evidence for tin ikfendani, when^bill half in, vxas so ovcrwliebiunglv m^fax in of the MfctstsMM that the pi ., i ti'nitI the court to instruct tbalslty tobring in a xeiihct of not guilty, which^was promptly bVnM from th^ Isxx. MesaaV^lion was Convicted atul MgtMsCC^l ' the^last ti rm of court lo one xear in list is-ni-^teiitiary. Tla 'as. sjraa one of m -'. M^identity. TheMWeff QsMttasMsi^Wasii:si.i,in. Jan. S. IsWcb d n ^ t^of the mint. Is-fore the banai coMntitton oncoinage, weights and mia-il|. . xvas^C'Samined relatixe to the silxir que-tioii.^He is of the opinion that the snpplv and^demauil lor silver alone ngtiL.ted its^|^rices, and favored an iuteruatknsaj^agreement as the heat solution of the^question. THEY ARE EARNEST WORKERS westingof the Members ol DIITeirnt Ke-^Iiirmi Parties at I hliago. (Hl^ xl.ix. Jan. In the reform ron-^gress to-day, the nienila.rs .,f the (icople'a^party laboi-ed in the general meeting and^in ihe committee for th^ adoption of I lie^plank demanding that the exclusive im-^isirlation. HMMUaetxara and sale of intox^icniing liquor* lie conductosl bx the gox^cm men I or stale it i ^ -t. under end n ion^atul restriction- v, Inch may lie adopted bx^the various -tales. Their work was^largely nn II. , ta il. ,ie ihe plank found ti^^Mi 'be ad Ire-, brought iii bx MM eolnuijtleeto Is pre-enliMl to lite co'ntllg conventionof lb* |x^ ople's party IgnatiusPonncllx . II. F. Taubeneck and^others have expreM.e l tho opinion tha' the^add res-in its present form will Ml bl^acceptable to the |n oplo ^ party. 1 hex^sax tbe prohibition clause sh mid N m^l^lied, so as to saxe lo toreigm pj the nl-a^of individual rights in the matter ol l^ i i^dunking. The aildre I ref. ru I to Mak) - th.-foiiovxnig MsggeaiioM to th. paopfta of theTinted '-tate , \\^^ favor consolidation ^f all politic.il BUaunti^In behalf c.f these sxeues Mali- ^. lb*^IsaaM bv reneral government wtt ^ ' ' ^^intervcntiiiii ef private m.titufioti- ' 1^cleat qiuintitx tacirry on th- hnslasas* ^f the^isiiinfry. snd such nionex should b^^ ,4 i.iUb-^al^r agaj for all BaMf and is ,v ga gaM I'hesalunn t- a gie.it .\i. tax ^I i't'Siii-. it vabswsjsjsm it- paraieinsa ba%sfnas and ^i^- nnndIts MBMOMsan, Theadihx.ss also favors government^coiitixil of rniliiHids. telegraph and tele^^phone couip.iitic. opp staa s|^ i iilaimil iu^land ami alien ow tie.'-lup of the same , de^^mands a reasonable limitation ol the iiiiviiiitof laud thai can Is* ow nad bx Sst]^^-or|Hir.iiioii or indix idiials, and fax,,i -^inuiiii pal suffrage for ixonien, and tdlM i-^noiial qualification. It is ^igm*l bv^lgliat ui;. Doiiuellx. Fiancee F. Willanl,^(,eu. J. H. Weaver, i . J. Whts ler. M^Miller. F. Fx.ins ami H. S. Taylor. luthe Farmers' alliance meeting nediv^most of ih'.* time w as is cupted m ihe ap-^liointmeut of coiiiuiiti. es and the settle^nn nt of a bxely dispute on i the seating^of sex-en more th legates from Selua ', ,^than the constitution was ^aid to peiioi:^The town delegation partu ularlx opp. . I^the admission of adihtion il Nehraskaii^Nebraska llnallv Irnimphed lo giiaian^ ^-^lug all delmqiieiii dues, I he seajMi max^continue tieiurrow , anil piol'.ihlv HM dax^all. t. INFOURTEEN ROUNDS CalMcCarLhy Knocks Oat ToEmy Cal- liaiiaDat New Orleans \ VVTI [ -CONTESTED Fl^iHT CallaubanUsoa Hi.. Left Hand Mc^^Carthy HslOnlvna Heavy Bloa/s^in tbe) Fir*t Fo Af^Mounds. AFFAIRSA sgSjMnsMstl ATHOIST. iate the iii ,; XI I u i^IttlblHs' I i If till*. Specialto the Slatul.iid. MM,Idaho,Jan. ' 7. Arthur line, n.^for ihe plaintiffs in the I x lei las' I nam ^^^case, i^|m^uod the argiiuietit al h^ m !a li^this morning and i l^^ isl at .: l.'.ilu . aftet^in sin. He w a - follow t tl by Judge Hey bqrn^Mr the ilffe|i^.c, which con uine'd the snst ofthe dax , XX Ithout hllislllug. Tile eol.'tt rcaiinwascixswdetl ihroiighont the i|,,y xx ith^eager lisieners. Interesi nnna-is a. the^arguments ailxxasxee. At the conclusion of JudgeHeyburn's address tiemorrow , -bulge I Mibud., u di ipsa It iii i. u.iif ..r ihe plain lift.Many ^ onjei lure-aio made in night^as to the merits of the ^ oiite-lain-. b^ a b^el vv hoiii are an ,iou^ to 1 now u ho will g* ^^the il.lKII.iOI worth of prop. nv ttioihol.^The ease w ill llol go to the 1111 V pl'bllilv lieloi,.Friday . Unls,I-'frn nds here are growing n i^less ov, r tin' s^ uab 'rial do. i-ton in the ^s^^hois-t'laggett contt-si. I'bi'ii lears xvin*^iti'teiacd tieiiighl on healing Senrtior^Woli oil laxor* f'laggett. DnMsdStale- M ir-h tlMlixih n will as^^rive here tieinotro'i wiib olgbt Thinaiuen xvho xx etc reet in |\ ^mugghsl over Ihe bor- gar. TllilislStale, Ihstrn I \itorii. v Tienioiit \\ .... I | ^ Isullg sCV iclx CCUsllleil, since II h kul out that he ilid ina olli i to lIh giandMMM till the neldan his posfcstion iigaidiiii! lb*' ^ Not thvv ^-t^ i n^I diica'ioiial bureau.^ Tbe f.-i hug il ila N^llarroiui and Moody, presi lent ni l v ice^pi - ^bill of the I'omerii, i- gi-.v. in;.^There is., strong tendency lujref bring^them to justice. AiinuierisM laser*.Issiag.^r^ni Jan. 'S7. Wluiel.iw Ibid. I int.,I^Slat' * llillll-ti I for Ihe pa-l we. I his^III i unfilled lo hi , residence la i a. a attackof inlhn ti/a lie i , now m ^ ri 1.^A rc|treseiit.itivc of Hie As-ociaMd PlssM^lo-day asked him if ucgoiiations are |m mt;^earrieal on in Tan- lot ledni ti^'i . ui^American MtM on sill, . and w i*M I in IX^turn for m iproc.il a Ix milage in 1 n t^ Ii duties. Aft' r Held lead Ih. al.i.l i.. t-aid: ^Theic i nothing in if.^ ad !r _'. I^am noi it his rtx to I. II xx hat lh- in .'^ ^^ | .^Ml are a I tout. ' MsgoaaiMtxtssasa 'i H4 rxtssasc, Hiri Ut, Jan. '.'.'. Th^ lbtft| thiol bsflll^'I x^ of Fuipeier AA'tlliaio wis appropri^atelx obsiTV-d to-dax. 'Ihe liauqui t was^attend, il In th^ king o| a\oiix.i|,e kuu.^^of Wurtembtirg. (irattd l^ukeof|t^ -e and^oilier roxal iiersonugc-. Th.. Iiaii tuia^wa - folloxv. dbx an o|mu-lie |m i ha in i :e ila- a bole i in i- IMmioati -I ^' ^ . renlng andthe sin i l - ate i row ih d with |m'o|ib . NationalHottil el 1 ra.te. Wx .nisi.I^-.. Jan. ^7. The nation.il^b'ard of trad^ i oqn i^ d lo-lla) inn I^annual wc-ion. xx hi, h will cotitimie M., .^eial dax ^ M inx -ul.j. , t . vx ill lie , ,|^el' d. Ill' hllllllg illllfol cot V of i 'taint I' i,1^laws, the improvement nt imblic liighvv.tx I,^tie Toriey l.tnki ipt' X bill. ..nn ndtin u'^lo the interstate cummer'-*' act. impixive-^nielit of waterwox .and silver legislation.^^ ^ ^^*^^A Hrldije t a r|ten!^^ I I n I .r, d.^Special 'a th^ Man I. . I. Ml*an i i. Jan...' Fal Huike. a liriilge^man. w bile at xxork n isilMiig i brnlge af^Horse Clam-, fell off ihebndgi t silav, i^distanc*' of J., fce'.aild MM brought in to^the h. .spital to-ntght w ith a bn-k, n ankle^and an inl'ireil b ^k. I^ caniioi toilet...^milled as ^et wlsrtl.er Hiep- .tie any^MM n il injuries or not. ---~s^ ^^iii.t lAalnsers s.iiaitv lnjiin.i. PlTl'sntia . Jan. '-'7. Tin- morning a^scaffold g.ive v,ax al the Itiack lii.ii:I steelparks, pre^ipitaturn two psvintecvs, nMSSXN1 W'enel, and W.mmU. lo 'lie ^loutld. iit.iii ^ iiijui lug iii'^ -^ e i ^^Diaet.onl M,.i.|iiut^ PatL NrwYitKk. Jan. -7. I. I'i aIkiIv j Cat,^whole,ale th-ih r- in diamond*, hue^plaeisl then ilTar- ill IM hands of their^creditors. Liabilities are estimated at^*7\i^i'au.l - r ^,,i)n. \rt()mfix,, I in. The feath^r-^vxr'gbf rontesf tts-night bei-a,^ n Tomnty^i Ulagb 11' of Mgtnnd and ( il MrC^rthy^i l Kea I. i ^'x was w ttne.; ,e^l by AXO) peo^^ple. The light was lor a pur se of *.'.^^^.^^ lUagban v\ . sssysasdasl kg JMCwMdi^and .Inn K Jnns.in, McCarthy by Jack^i^ Mala. Five-ounce gloves were ii ed. InIM first round the men MMM the^lime in spa ring for an o)sailing. Scooiclii -ivv h ft kwked McCarthy^down, m l ., s.^in i-he got up it was re^^gMMMa Thin!Af'ei ,^ few ex. hinges of heavy^blows, Mi^ i'llix again fell. FiairthMd ii tbv I i:al. d several blows^mi Ins ngpaM nt's nana, la'.ltng onoa from^th^ force of Ins own blrc.v. He also re^^ceixed i, heavy h ft on Hie uoae. Fifth \ linin ii'.bt kins k'd McCarthy Mara. Sxth several '^ ivy blows were ex- clinngetl,both men landing on the fare^ami Is dx, Se. uih llolh exehaiiged heaxy blows, mostlyon iba na a and ch,-ek*. Iglitb and ninth Several heavy blows^xi^re exchxng'-il. f allaghin seemingly^Itax nig t if Is's. of it. TenthMick xi.m MM bl-wl from Mi^^'P|vili,.ill's nose, and in tl. it and the foi-^lowing roiitul lasxeral heavy blow* wer-^cxeiiaiigeil. ii,., llih ending in McCarthy's^fav Ol . Tu.Mth TM no ti rlbMMd MMinl^tini's ami e\eh iie-e.l heax x lilows. 'Ihateinih tioth il slged vn ions blows,^tin ii elineli.;d. As tha ixnilid chated, Mc-^Carthy I indeal two heuvy lefts. PoMrtaaataHeavy flghtmg. After^MMMj r:ghi and left drixea, McCarthy^ktai lod i allaghaii out vv nh a left-hau l^npiicr cut m the stomach. Ihi..ugh nil till' I,-iii t dlag'nn fought wnliIiis !^^!! i Msd ' . ix.liis ngM having^In ^ ti hfMMCJ in a tigt.i six weeks ago.^MeCnrtbj .' I ba MMtcbad wMb f ieorge Dix,ti for the world's liatitam-weight^ehaiiqu tialiip next lietolwr. for r^.'^'^. IIIOM ORCAT 1 ALLS. Hill tA.II PiqIiI Sxntl.^ . I in.I ^^m iaxanaugh May Die.^s( is i .si to the staiid.ilil toi xi Fxii. .Im.\ meeting of WashingtonCamp No. ft, P. I Il, ol | .^held last night, I. I . lluu^lt^ii and a. IA.^N'esbit v' i re eh ^ t, ^! d. leg Hi loatbMsd tha^J -tali tamp winch uieeie.it Missoula on |I. .. M Mtkoi sxranaagh, iba nsan xvho w is Isinn k on Ih^ head with a cine hy M It^1 Hi ii.b r ui m th^ l^ ^ r hall a fexv daxs ago^1 and w im has lav ii lu the count) hospit il imix sun e. is MpaMMbl l^e in a very^criiirajl i on,ht ion. \ a meeting ol tii^ Iswtixl of trade this^Hftcrnistii, the bill r-hj t itr slU' ed by :-atai't -. ' i iu--. i. ^' ^* bouM irisas*fasajsa^of Montana bstad disariata ami creating a, mixih tfai xxuli heailquartets ,,t Fort^Henlon. vx as .listusee,I. It was the unan i-^lllnils oinnioii of tho.-e ,1's' in that the^gnMaVge ^' ^^a lull would work^gixai itijustic to tins city, as^n places Ihe souiht m I ouudarv^of th^ Fort lb inI.stra i BjMBJt iimill- nnrtli if tin- ' iiv. u,i| would coin-^pel settler* to th^ south, cast and west of^Ureal F lUs t^-id! go i.. li^ li'ii,, for truns- ai-.ion ol busllle^s and -I, it on I any |s^,-a bllltvof ever g' Itltlt a I ilIlht' at thl fllv, w In' h it, y ^ oli-nh r the natural cen-^ii inl ^ large tract ^i land, w uich will mi- dositj4adlyba bsMst up ^^^ the next tew Seal ^ I lie Utalll w ill lake ell'PS lUllllO- MMsMJM Igbl 'be lull. Various MDHTUAIIV. Illi'll, el t l i'i'IIh lit Peiqile^i'.it in of Hie W orld. AVxcxKMiv, iilno, Jan. ST. Tivday^:v,',,iu ui Hanks, one of the inoet promt-^m ui ti.en of this part of tl ^ state, ami a . . a I till oh i'll I aie, tin. tl.. I at b i Imi' . ' tu b I ^ ist of MM ^ aged M years. Dr.stowasMssa gatngx^lntxi ^,\. V . Ian. .7. MMM^ WMsMg Neixeittobth. i ban last nlgbt of la griggax, ag d M. Hexx.i-.t,. of Ta* leading con*^^ bologista of the World. It,-U i- t N..i. .1 I in ^er, Pn- taxn . -I it,. ^7. Col. f vtit.iii T. French,^agetl ,'i.a well known lawx.-r.a memlxer ^ ^f^ihe I .x tl I ^.:^ui. uid during ihe war i^lUtlge ad'.'sale. Was loutid ih'.ld ui his^us,iii .,i Hoi' I Ih miss u k this morning.^II. v..,, very iMsgsMHleiit ^f la le. owing Ml^i In ill inami recent death of his wife,^and iiidieatiotis point lo -uwuth . ITis ANOTHER TRUST. I.ti.tti'ii if ^..., i.i XI .in ui i. titrerx of Srhoot S'tieelt*!re. Mi-X11 Kxl iie . \li. h., Jan .. The 11,inn. I u' lo ivv will-.iv. The fjlall'l Kipid- Fufiituiinpaux. Ihe largext m.innfi^tui. rs of-i h.sd furniture i.a the^woiltl.ha- ild out to ail 01 galnlatlon of^i ipitah -Is kttovx ii a- th^ I'ttiict! .statex^Turiitimi' 1'i.iiqsi' v. w uh hcatlqiiariers in iliicasjo. Tins company, which is hc-^gss/ad lo In- iu ihe nature of a ttu-t.^alrx adv coiiinds foi sex^ n-' ighths of the^ei I'ool fun,nut ^ plant in ihe Tinted^s.ia .all,III. ^ ipl ,.le of I In l.iatltl K.l|^-^id. . , an erti xv il! pi e tie.illx ji\^it control^. i 'be hiisitu - . Tli' capital of the firms iiiw in thx. canbinc aggregates |15,00l^,i'^^. ti^ ^^ in i in. bsfMM,^( im i\x xi i. Jan. '.'.'. V tire to-night de* stnvxcil.with Ma eouiiiits, the au-atory^building at IS* iii We-i fotutb sMSMUnaw^i iipitxl by the Weal A Tiee oasaspMsP* Ms*^porters ami ih ilet- in i|iiivii^^in^. lasxa^on b'lildiug *l'.'^^': isuiieins, flvi.ull, I ii one i- Igbl to he nearly ilia same. CB kssMI I-xliii.il ors.^I'vuta, Jan. '.'7. The goveniuienl will^, ^ . i ^ .1 ^ ..' - ^^^^ ^' .. liable France lo^Isirti' tpate in the world ^ fair.