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ANACONDA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1892. PRICEFIVE CENTS. FREESILVER COINAGE Bland'sBill is to be Ordered Favorably^Reported. ITWILL PASS IN THE HOL'SB Silverto be Placed on an Equality^With Cold The Text of^the Important^Mf^sur^. Washington,Fob. o. -The silver issue ofthe Fift^ -second Congress lias lj. ru de- flmdand tlic Hi.11 'I fit* coinage hill is to^be ordered favorably n. |K^rti-d by the house^MMMaftMaj nil coinage, weights anil meas^^ures |MMnti This was formally de^^cided U|mih b^ the ln-e coinage- ineinliers^of the committee, and a* a result of a writ's .^of conferences of free ruinate men which ;^closed to-eluy. II has been determined that i^not only shall tin' Miami bill lie favorably I^rc|x^i'tcd. hut that a speedy consideration i^bo foi-eed in the house, Five coinage men -^to-night claim that of the Xtl members of |^til*' house-, they w ill have *JUI) votes ill favor :^of the bill. 'J en or eleven of these', they^^ay. will In- republicans and the remainder^democrats. Of the nppniients.tn fi-ee eoin-^agi . iIkjui 40 will come from the denne^cratic Bide. Thebill as it will be re purled is substan^^tially as follow s: SriI'mN I. Hie unit of value ill tin-1 oiled^^Spites will Ih- the etaiuluid sliver dollar lis now^coined, tl.'i, grains, standard silver, or a told^dollar, -5.S grains, standard v.o|il. 'I be standard^gold arid silver nun., of tin- i'niteil states to I*^a Nv.il t' lelei In Hie ivsynr-ul of .ill ilelits, and^any holder of gold cr -it*^ -r bullion to the value^of $lim or more, ^ t.uid.inl t'nenr ^. slull ha rn^litle.l to have the same ^,ti u-k Into any author-^tlii.i^! si,uel.il l ' mils of the I niteil Mates, free^of i ll.unc at the iniats nf Hm I'iiite.1 states, or^may deposit the tame at such mails and receive^tlierefoi coin notes equal m anionut to the , .lin^^age value of Ihe bullion deposited, ami the bub^linn to become the propcily of Hie government.^Coin notes s.i issued shall lie ill ileiit.min.ilions^nut less i hail SI nor mure tiiau el.'nn, ami s'aall^be also lajjaj f nilei'. M. 1 Arter the aMtaji of this Ml It will not^be I.'wiui to Issue or reliant ihe ntd or silver^rati! i Lata I or treasury MOM provided Mf in the^act of ,lul^14, lsmi. All such null's receiv.'il in^the treasury shall In- cancelled ami destroyed,^ainl Hie MM MM provided for hi the (li st se.--^HM K .iiciI in lieu lie reel. ;^^ ^^\ i.li'.l tin- shall^Ml allerthe loual ti-u-l.-i'i lia l a ter uf siu-h MM^How issued MP.8. Coin notes herein authorized may be^reissued, but t he alio unit it am lime outstaml M shall not lie |ucatel or less tllUIl III valueof tin-i mil Ml MMM al MMM value^heiu m the treasury, said notes to lie fcil-cmcd^In coin on ileniaiHl in the MMMM* or sub-^Ireasiuycr lln' Mfel ilc'sisltcd ha collie-1 as^fart M necessary for Mall IMMBMSM. Hi^ . i. km MM i i I mil Mjal MM MM or silverl oin of tile I'lllli d Slates, lo th^ MMM^^f MM may MMMM AM I MM at the liMMM f M^Hny seh treasury aiul rei-eue Hssrefof nun MMM MMMaaUMCtaM si.. :.. 11,.- a -l of .'my II. two. li n-|iea|eil. Sii . (.. As soon as FiJDie shall reopen her^mint. In the free and UnrestrkMef MMMM^stiver at h^T present ratio of ij'. iioi'iiilsaf sil^^ver to lie worth one pound of field, tmy. It will^lie the duly of the president of the l uited MMM^to make a public nMnMnnMM of tout fact. Wlli'lcu'sHlsaid l.ltl-i silt'.ll Im' I i^ |e;^al rutin of theI'niteil Males, and iiu'ieafter tli - stall.laid^silver dollar shall oMlMaf MgrnMaMMara'^silver, and I lie law relating to the si in,lard sll^ver dollais of ^}:^^. mains in the treasury or^coming In Hereafter, are lo inineil ns fast an aractMaMtMM4alMrtafJ ton grains, any KM arisingIMMNMMMlM MMMMM tor Into Ihe tripsin y. Illall interview this evening. HI md i d^the bill is iliflctTiit from all others intro^^duced in MM pariieiilar: it contemplates^MMVertincr of all our silver money, silver^certificates and treasury notes issued, and^gold ccrt'licates issued on gn!d into coin^notes. n ilccin.ilde ill MmV thus convert in;^^our paper into hf-melallie- paper.instead of^keeping up a distinction between sold and^silver in our paper issues. This conforms^tu the idea of the coining nf both metals of^an ri|iialit^ v itli (fold and sib ei free. The^bill, he said, also differs from others in the^provision about Trance. ^It is claimed,^^said Mr. Miami, ^ilial France will not re^^sume free MNMMM now. MMM ^f tl^' dif^^ference MMMen our ratio of in in I and^the l iciii li ralioof \h'/~ to I. would cause^nil our silver to irn to the Front h mint.^Tlo-re call no Ionizer bp a preicxi on I ha^part of f iance to coin silver free, because^our MB is difl'cri iil. PmMMmV, ' MM^bltle for this, hut MUM many people^who 111:iiU wo MMjIM to have a common^MtloMMl i have no objection toil. FAVORS FREE^ COINAGE,^(^raiici'is \\ aul Ibe Measure Passed lYitli- aMtail. WlMimira.l'^b. Ki -At the MMftMJ^hi lore tin- house conimittif on ^ oinatic,^^citlils and measures today beonatd If.^Hone. Mprooentin; tic le^islalive coin-^niiltee of the Nntiniial firau^c said the^American farmer is asking lhal silver be^restored t.^ 11 it* |sisition it occupied prior^to l^*7d. All NMMJMmI v nluiuc of moiiov .^he said, meant IMMMM4 prices. ||P^v\ lined ennijii ss t^ ponect Ihe Mjal MMMf^fiu.'ililication of MM) issued by HM BM^^eriiuient so he could ma be compelled to^MMM his payments in one form of money bImm Honesaid the free coinaffe of -diver^would pi a irreal way toward brinifinir it^to a |^arity with fold. EfM if all that was^raid MJMtMl nTM silver coinage MM true,^the l.irincr would not r^~~ ^n|*1hhf M^^ratine there is no liioe when ihe farmer^fund so well as in 'i.'i, when there wan a^depreciaii d currency. He favored free^MMM for both irold iiml silver. INTHE HOUSE. MMTalk on Ihe A till -Opt inn Hill Noma^1 |t|^! ttpl iattous. WaMUKOTOR,l i b. '^. Mutehl^r's re*.i-^Kltiofl din i t ing imiuiiy as to Ihe failun- of^the Ive.v MM and Sprinj; t.aiih u hanks nf^Philadelphia, nnd the Muw iick bunk of^Ilostmi. was adopted. The resolution in-^trmluceil diMCtlMJ the coinuiiltr'e on ju-^iliciaiv lo imiuiic into the liylu of the si c-^rci.iry ol the m asm \ lo cmplov ^lui.um.-^!^^' i f i he p. diI n serv e fi ii- cm rent i \|^cn^li-^liin s. v\ .i - ii let ; nl. The\ iew a of the New ^'oik produce ex-^cliaiiye in iT-iinrd in the proposed l^ yisla-^IkM .iL'.ii.'-t ilieiale-.f op.tions. wen pic^^s' Mm to the house i utuniHtae on atfiicul-^liipi' to-day b^ lb nrv It. N^ illand v^ ho read^the protest of the e\chatit^^ ntinitist the^MMMkM) 1 ^ tiM bi'l. The exchange MP^MMM! of sii tn'ii I of ihe MMM ih ftp. ingoption*, but not of the other section*.^He declared the mm dy propo^ed by lha^bill for the legitimate method of trading^in ftlturet would involve in I on the entire^ayatem under which the legitimate busi-^MM of the various exchange* is prose^^cuted. Thehouse went into a committee of t he^whole on the military academy appropri a-^tion hill. The bill appropriates |ftMjfiM Wheelerof Alabama said the neee^sit,v^for the increase w as for certain permanent^improvement*. Including enlargement of^the gas plant, improving tewerage, etc. Mockeryof Missouri aaid every man^on the democratic aide had Joined in the^chorus of the denunciation of the appro^^priations made by the billion dollar con^^gress, and(yct the nrst appropriation bill^to come Imiii the democratic comiuittee^carried f.M.hm nmre than the similar bill^pnss'd by the Fift^-llr*t congre**. He^spoke at sonic length on the subject, and^appealed to the dcmis rat* dec led on a^platfoim of reform to strike from the^pending bill every provision not abso^^lutely essential to the support of the^academy. After further debate the com^^mittee rore and the house adjourned. IN THE SENATE. FreeCoinage Hills t or the MMM Ktatue^mn4mmm Measures. WAMilNiiTON.Feb. ft. Advci-se rep.uts^were made by the finance committee of^Ihe senate today on the follow ing bills :^For the free coinage of gold and silver^bullion, Stewart: MMMMM1 '',c MMM*^lating M0MMM by issuing treasury notes^lutsed on cold and silver coin and bullion.^Peffer: for retirement of national bank^notes, MM coinage Ml silver and the pro^^motion of the inteinational free coinage^of silver. Plumb: making eertain issues^of money legal tender in payment of all^debts. K\ le. Thelust three bills w ith adverse report*^were placet) on calendar, and the last in^^definitely postponed. Thesenate bill appmpriating issOfl.OfO for^a monument and statue to ^n u^ ral Cirant^was n'ported from the committee. MMMintroduced a bill to prohibit^the coming of ( hmese person* into the^I'niteil Mates, and it was referred to the^MMM on finance. Aftera short executive session was held,^at .'.o'ch.ok. on million of llairis. Ihe busi-^iicss'of the senate was sus|^endcil in ordi r^thai lilting tribute lie paid tothememoiy^nf LmMMM f*. Honk, laic rcfireKcntai iv e^from the slate nf Tennessee. Kc'inarks in^ciilogv of the ihi easciI mi iiiImt wen- made,^ami then the senate, as a further murk of^icspiel. adjourned till to morrow. FOREIGNPENSIONERS. MMMMNlNesberry '^ Hill Affects the Pen^pie ot Other ^ omitrtcs. W\sni\f.TOS. Feb. ''. A bill MMMMl^by Kcpresi ntativi' Newlarry of Illinois^culling off the MMMMM) bueigners and^mui-resiih nts of the I'niteil State* is he-^foiiiing the subject of great international^interest. Mispatches state that in one^province of f'annda alone, more than l.l.hfi^people will be uffi-eted by the projioseil^legislation and (ieueral Newlierry. him^^self, estimates foreign beneliriarie* of Ihe^pensions law aggregate at least S150.f^m.^In an interview . MMMMl Newberry said^that after the war. foreigners who had^enme hen' as soldiers of fortune, took^advantage of the liberal pension^laws and returned to their native^MMMtry, when* lliey have ever siin-e^lived, rearing families Ml the money paid^MM by the fluted States. It i* not now.^MM was it ever, their purpose to roturn to^ibis countr^'. nor do ibeir sons aekimw I-^edge allegiance to the I uitcd States. The^pensioner himself takes advantage; of his^po iiion in absolve himself from the duties^of his home government and lives in ease^and luxury off the Imunty of the l uited^States. He is a eoiislant source of MMM*.^MM to our consuls abroad, demanding^protection under our flag from duties^ow ing to his ow n government. There are^several thousand such pensioners liv ing in^th^ kingdom of Wurtcmburg, Germany,^ami our minister to Turkey saya they MS^scattered all over Eastern Asia and West^^ern Europe. We know many an- living in^lireat Kritaiti and Canada. OUR MINERAL FIELDS. AItill Proposed for the * lassllh al ion of Landsin ltailway Grants.^Special to the standard. Washington,Feb. !^. Keprcsentative^Mixon. Mai. Martin Mnginnis and LMMl^OmMMMMMM Carter, with MMMMM I^Sweet of Idaho, held a long conference^last night at the Albany, where Mr. Ma-^ginnis resides, to diseusj the details of a^bill to provide for the classification of^mineral lands in railway grants. Mr.^Dixon, whose ample knowledge about^these mallei, renders his service* of great^value, has been hsiking into the ooaMMaV^lional i|iiestions involved. It MtMMMM^^tutiim of the MMM that ihe bill will be^completed in tune to he introduced in the^senate ami house next Monday. There^will Is- no time wasted alter the bill is^once in sha|ie. The house is not yet so^busy that it cannot give its careful atten^^tion to tin- matter, and it will Is- sun' of^curly eniisidoratinii in the senate. Mrs.Dixon's weekly reception wit* this^afternoon larg. I.. MMMMM, TOREDUCE~DUT1ES. It-soliilinnsIntroduced Affecting the Pro^visions ^f lbs latin Itill. WanhiNi.ton.Feb. It. Representative^Weike of Illinois to-day introduced u^series of resolu: euis, whieh have* aruml^the approval of a number of detnocnitic^colleagues, declaring that the tariff is a^tax ami calling MMM the Hfl ami menus^committee in report as s|MitliIy as |s^ssi-^hie bills enlarging tie lice list and a it^-^dlletinli nf the ciiliipel|sali.r^ duties in his^enrdanee v\ itli tin- pi il.' s iif the party to^Ml people, any MMM '^ in the revenues^tn be eme'retl by a gi idu it'^l income tax. FOR COAST DEFENSE. MMMFlagler Appeals MMM the -wli^^sle ^ Mi m it ti e. HMMM) Feb. ^. BmMMI Flagler,^rhlef of the bureau of ^ iidnaiiee, ap|h^arcd MMM)the se nate MMMhtlli coast M fcnu'sthis morning and urged the estate^MMMMM of a gun l.n iMl i B the Pae-iflc^cevast. Re-garding tl.^ ii lltMr eif gun*^MMMM| for protect ion of the t MM prin-^t d al pons on i|^. Mac.tic. namely, San^Diego. San Francisco and lua MMM of the^Coluinhia river, OmmmJ l lagh-r said, it^would require l:^ new steel s'^^^ ^lid 160 newsteel mortar*. Relativa lo the de^^fenses of San Franciaco. the general Mid itwas the present plan to mount 10-inch^gun* on elisappearing carriage*, larger^guns lo be placed in barbette and metal^turret*. These disappearing carriage*^w onul cause a gun todisappcar behind the^pa i a pet. which conceals and protect* the^gun and it* personnel w Idle loading and^tiring. In response to a qucatlos if the^can laces for gun* were alroady conipleleel,^fieneral Flagler aaid none are now fin^^ished, hut MMMMM Mjo ^vielantly hav^^ing in mind the Chilian affair) ha waa pre^^pared, he said, to mount his mortar* now^on i he Pacilic cm si. AreNow in Washington. WvsHIM.TON. Feb. !^.- I he Canadian re-^cipn^oiiy commissioners, Hon. MrKenne^Mowell, Sir John Thompson and Hon.^^ ienrge E. Foster arrived this afternoon,^accompanied by W. fi. r.irmelee. aaaist^am commissioner of customs for Canada,^and Douglas Stuart, w ho w ill act as so.^n-tary. The commissioners will he re.^reive d by Blaine tiemormw . AnInvestigation I in ended. WUMHMMWI, Mi Tim house com^^mittee on rule* to day de. id, d there should^lie an investigation M*M into tlu^ man^agemenl of the |^en*iou eiffice. WilliamN. Grinnell, who was te^da^^noimnateel for third assistant secretary of^state, is a nephew of Vie e 1'iesidcnt Mor^^ton. AnAel.loiirnmenf Re*nlutlon. WHMIMIflM Feb. n. The first ad^^journment resolution offereel in the house^in this sessieui made it* appearance to-^elav It was offenil by Rushnell of Wis^^consin ami provided fot final adjournment^of the first session Tueselay, May ol. It^was releneel to th^ committee on rule*. TheTook City Hallway Project. t-pe.M to the Standard. W.v.nhin.ton. Feb. '^^. Mr. Vinadga i^^here looking out for the bill to grant the^right of w.ev through the Yellow stone park^M the CnM* Chjr Railroad company. The^territories committee of the senate ia still^unwilling to support ihe measure. tora Hi \ Ii... k. WasHINoton,Fe b. !'. The house com^^mittee on naval nffaits to-ela.v einlereel the^bill lo prnv ille tor the coin.miction of a^dry dock al Algiers, l.a., favorably re^^ported, w ith an amendment limiting the^total cost to |MMMi VMMHill. ViMMNtFeb. !^. Mr. Watson e^f^GMMJM has iiitriNluced a bill to regulate^the empleiy inent of privale citizens to do^work e^f guards. T his bill is an inelirect^blow to the Pinkrrton eh MMN force. Mrs.MM*I MM i'pllem.^Special to ihe standard.^Washini.ton, Feb. ''. Mrs. Dixon's weeklyrec eption vvas held this afternoon^and was largely attendi-d. She was as-^sistrsl in receiving bv Mi-. Ilcproaentative^Me-Creary. s INFAR-OFF HAWAII. 1'repartnglor the Coining Hlrniiial Flec^^tions. SanFrim-im h. Feb. f^. Adviees from^Honolulu, under date of Feb. ree'edved^by steamer to-dny. were te^ the effect that^Hawaii is on the eve of the hieiiliial elec-^tiems. nnel Ibe greatest activit^ prevaileel.^In the lield are' national reformers and^liberals, Ice I bv Wilcox and Ashfoid. anil^the Naiive Sons of Hawaii, led by Ihe oah-^iii. t ministers. Indie utiotis |^c^i tit ton lib^^eral victory, whiih would place Wilcox^ami partv in MM Their beitlle e'ry is^^Hawaii for Hawaiians.'' and lhc^ aelvis^rate* a propeised change ji* the present con^^stitution and a new treaty with the I'niteil^States. lWMMIM bubble seems to^have lier-n pricked, the attempt to mnke it^u political ipie*tion ill the prese nt cam-^paign having faileel. MMMMlhas been appointee) minister nf^finance, vicei J. Midi Smith, at present in^Washington. It is likely that the latter^will be up|Miinted minister tej ihe Cnited^Slates, to siicceeel the late Minister^Carter. ^^ ^^TRIAL OF SAM'L, The Oltteer Who Anesled Hiin OfTels^Testliuotiy. SanFbanciuco, Feb. !^. In the Curtis^iniirdcr trial to-ilay. I MM1 Bi^le testifiiHl^that after the' MMMSi In' saw a man run^mug anil overtook him and found it was^the elefcnd.int. He took the nippers off^Curtis' w rists and searcher! him anil found^only a small Isittle of liipjnr in his over-^e oat poedsci. f unis tulkeel to him on the^way to the station, saving: ^If I could p^MM that four hours.^ also. ^My (i^sj. if^I'd only been with ni) wife this wouldn't^have haplieiieel.^ The officer did not sc^^Curlis throw any pistol away: if he did^throw euie aw a^ . t he officer said, lie eiiigbt^to have seen it. as In was not fur behind^him. He doesn't think ^ urtis ran over the^ground w here the pistol w as found. IN THE TABLRNACLE. Spiltgeem's Itemslns Viewed by Time-,^anils uf Ills Ailiiitrcrs. laiNOON.Feb. '^^. From 7 o'clorh this^niornitig the hnd.v of Mi' harles H. Spin-^geon has Ihcii Iving in stale in ilie Mi tn ^^poll tag tabernacle. Siuilgeou's church.^Thirteen thousand peisons viewed th besfvIs fore' II n'cl.s-k. sheWon t lie in tbe Hear. IIitn MDt Conn.. Feb. ft, ^ M IM lo the^failun' of the Icgislatun* to piov ide for nin^^state disfilay at Ihe worhl's fair, Ihe gov^^ernor ibis afleruiNiu issuetl a pris'laniatiein^MaVfeMJ a ennvi-tiiion nf MHiMMMMjM^llieel al the Mate house M Feb. _'J ftjf IM^pur|sise eif MJHMtM] a commission M^MMM Ih^ MMMMM .^ of raising, bv pop^^ular subscription, uti aMounl siitheii'tit tu^defrav the ex|a-nse ol a proper exhibit. IlenebWat runts Issiieel. Si.P v i I . Mi li. Ili in li w an .tuts havtt^been MMMMl h^ Judge MMM eif the^I'niied Slate* cutirt for the arrest of all^the- principals in the Missippi IJive-r Valh ^^Luuib' i assesdalieiii. u i orpeirutinu uielii in!^by the grand jury for maintaining a Iuiih^ber tiint. HisSon and Daughter Hissing. Si.MM i m. Mo-. Feb. !^. Max AMMsV^a Kansas' ity tailor, has artiveil ben' it:^Hf.iri Ii of his .vontig tain und duughtei.^whom, he* sav s. wen* alslncl^-el fnun lo^home last Tuesday. He u . . I them M^this city. WIT.WISDOM AND WINE DenverDemocrats Entertain Governor^Boies tn Style. GOODWORDS FOR GROVBR VastPronounces In His Favor Tho^Ex-Prosldent Sends a Latter^In Which He Eulogizes^Tilden. PrMr.lt. Feb.!^. Never in the history of^Colorado was there a more brilliant scene^than was witnessed by * tremendous^e rowd at tbe Hnsadway theater tn-mght at^the baiinuct of the tirev stone club in honor^of fjuvernor I'oie^. Th* scene in the in^^terior *vf the theatre was a drwzliug one.^Vt the he ed of ihe table was the president^of the club. Mckmlev. with QmM^I! iir sand ex-(o iv ernor Critie mien in the^places of honor, and upeui MM) hand^were ex-Governor Adams of Colorado.^Hon. .1. I^. 01m of New M^xu o. t . A.^I lark of Iowa. Hon. Robert .1. Smith of^I hirage). MMMMM HaUer id Wvoiuiug. x-fjervei nor drain of Colorado,^Hon. Caldwell Ye-aman of Cedetrado,^and many other distinguished gentleimm. PresidentMrKinley ilelivereel the ail-^^Ires* of welcome for the (,rev stone club.^V.x-Governnr Adams of CMMMMMIft^few remarks in answer to the toast. ^The^West in Politic*.^ and Hon. I, D. O'Brieti^won the heart* of tbe fair sex bv his reply^to the toast. ^The Lathes.^ The event of^ihe evening was the replv to ^The IVcnioc-^racy in 1(92,^ bv Governor Boies al MM^When the governor an-*e to speak there^were applause and cheers, and it was^a long time before he eoul'l proceed. Vlarge number of regrets were re^^ceive*!. SenatorVe^*t MM in part. ^You refer^n^ ihe interview with me published l.c-t^November, in which I declared Ml MM H^ciice for Mr. f leveland as the candidate of^our part}. There has rcce ntlv appeared a^statement lhal I fnvoreel Hill, and w ithout^an.v tlispeisition to foist my opinions upon^the public as to mailers not withm the^ininieiliate sphere of mv official dm u s,^justice to the ilcmm rain partv anil tnvse lf^MMMsa a MMMfMM of M views.^In private- conversation I have often^said, anil now stale- | ml die ly . I nev er s^ m-^pathize il with those- w ho tleiiouuci t| I lav itl^H. Hill as a traitor and who has liecu un^^able to see an.v g--etl in his ehiiiaclcr and^at hievemciils. I have also said recent v cuts Sal .slit el me- Mr. Cleveland e ouhl^not carry the next New York delegation lo^the- next demccratic national convention,^and Hill could do with it as he pleased.^Krcm this has originated the npori. I^never waveted in my earnest desire for^the election of Cleveland, although n cent^events bare satislletl me lhal ihe chance^of III* nomination is gn atly diminish! .1. 'U'lten I was in New York last fall I was^impressed by what I saw and heaid that^Taiuiuany leaders would abandon MMV^lion to Cleveland and support him for the^presidential nominal ion. That impu l^^sion wa^ entile l^ n inoveel by Ihe s|ieaker-^ship contest, in which ihe deiei miiialtoii^of Tammany and other eastern demo-^ciaiie- in.ii..ig. ic fullv developeel to di^feat^Clevelanil at all haz.nds. The same n'a-^sons which causeel me to earnestly ho|ie^Mills would be rleeteil s|^eaker, the keep^^ing of the tariff reform as a campaign^issue, lead me to sup|sirt t lev eland. 'Nor do I agree with tiovernor Hill^that Ihe tariff law of IWl should Is.^ree-liacted. Il seems to me lhal the wav,^and lie ins eomimllee of ihe house, should^report Ihe general purpoii of ^ bill repre ^^si'iitiug the isisition of Ihe MMWstb^party. Raw material slinulil Ml put on the^free list and duties reelueetl on all Ihe- nec^^essaries of life lo Ihe lowest rales. \l ihe^same time bills should be- MpMMl at^ia. king in ell-tail the must flagrant and^oppn-sf.ive features of the MrKinley act,^so the fight should rage on the right, left^and center, ami the republican senate Ml^cimixdlixl to meet the Issue septsrelv Vestcontinued: ^Our parl.v MM is^praeticall.v unit- d on the tariff, but hm^c^lessly tlivided on the* silvei epiesiiou. The^only dilfereii'-e MMMM Cleveland and^Hill as tn silver is lhal Ilia forme r has Ii ft^a doubt m Ins position, while tbe lattet's^friends sre eve n unable to und-island^him. Vestarid* that notwithstanding the^clamor which w ill be raised that il is base-^to surrender to eastern the money |s^wcr,^anil row ard l\ the I aura v.il of western in^terest, he iVe-sti dee'lan-s dclils lately thai^^f fn-e coinage lie mad^ an issue bv th^^democrats in cungress or by the national^MMMMM convention it MMM a divis.^ion. Incum In-ion Vest says: ^The nomina^^tion of Cleveland st-cuis m be n just and^logical result of Ihe present isditii al , on-^ditieins.hut the life of the democratic party^depend* on the fortunes of no one man.^Ihe MMMJMVJ and tactics of MM nf^whom I am not one. have MMsTMMtad be^shall not Is* nommateMl.anv I know etioiteli^id them ami iheir conventions to tie ccr*^1 ^i ill they w ill aeliiev e lln u puipores. New-^York is neeei-sar^ lei Ihe MMMMl e^f i|-e,^pn-sident in I election. Mini notlnng willl*^metre MMMM than the MMMMsM of^Hill over! lev ehiiid. followed b^ a bitter^f.n lional tight in Im MMM^state, und w nlcspn ad d.-i oiile nl eiuniigeleinejcrat ihroughou: ii Mtr^. Vestsays if th^ iioiumee is o. |^^come from New York, K-isvvell IV I l iweet^is the MMMMM MMi If. hosen r. the^t out i ol i ng ele mi fit e.f New York ih MM ^^racy i-enists in forcing Hill upon tla.^party, a taiielidate -boi !d ^ oiue ffoM IM want.In that rn*nl iiis Vt-it'ei |mmomI^prefi it nee wculd I-.- Will,am li. NbariMM^tif Illinois, but I'lilim r. I arlisle. GfB| i-t^Hon s would il.-iiiiiiul the full th ni-s ratle^veite-. Idie letter of Ve-st created groat^excitement. GovernorCrittenden's n-plv to tie to.,at.^''Missouri Kver Faithful.^ cieated an ttn-^pre-sslou. lie ailv .m il al.ale li i li' .1 ^^ \\^fiar siIvit diiriug the MMMM of ^-nk'nn, leI tug* d atteiitie-ii in the MMMMlaf 1 lie^tariff, lis declared Inmself a II-v. land^man. lion, f li.n les A. Ilaik nf Iowa re.^sponeleil to ^The state'of Iowa M n-lmi.^i-rneir Haxter --f WyoMMtfj la ^Hur Youna est Sistei .^ lion. i .eMvvcli ,1-;.ui:,'i ^! Cnloradoi'i^The Colorado lk-iuoe'rucv .^^Hon. Rotwrt J. Smith of Chicago in ^Tin. IroquoisClub.^ Many letteis of regret^were read feingiasamanHreekinndge of Ken^^tucky sent a letter, of which the following^i* an excerpt I ^The name of the club re^^call* the cetndition of the detnoeratic^party in 1 WO and our mistake during that^vear. Our present condition is i uriously^similar tn what it was then, ami ihe im^^pending elangcr mat be matte similar. ExPresielen' I h m land, in In- letter,^svy sin part: ^This is a innsl MMMMM)^and appropriate tune to rre nil the v irtue*^and attribute* of Samuel .1. Tilden. a later^h ader of the denies rarv of Ihe land. In^these day* otir panv mav reme-mls r w uh^extieme prellt his pure patriotism, and^his ambition, permeated with ^ daslM^for tile welfare of his MsM^MMklMMt l^s splendid oig.iiiie-^ing ab,litv. stimiilate-el bv love^tvf country and U0jM]MMl with^ignohle motives: hi.- noble resistance m^all that was MMMMM anil his stub^Isvii ins ist am e ii|sin et erv thing w Inch had^the clear sanction of party principle-.^These characteristics eomluneel with hts^love for the people mid t.iithful trust in^MMM MMjMMMM and lair MMMM*i^made hiin a gn ai deii..M ral. and vv e cannot^go amiss if we aeee-pt him as Mf polltk al^example. I hope tin- b itupiel w ill bean e-e-casinnlull of 111V lg^ -rat mil tn those w In i. incrlehratinu of the 9th of Febniarv,^de-monstrate thru- devotion to pohtual^honesty and sentiments wInch e-hara-te r^i/'-d Samuel -I Tilden, and that those- w ho^are fortunate enough to la- prese-ui w ill see^plainer than MM M is their dui^ and mis-^fion tn resist w ithui their partv all that ts^not safely and securelv in MMMl with^iletnoeratic doctrine and M boldlv adve^cale^t all Utiles and plate.. Ibe s iv ni.^qualities of the true democratic faith. IT IS FROM THE THRONE. QttesnX letolla Setl-t* Iter Spere h lo tbe^Hons* ot I'ai llamenl. London,Feb. 9 I he parliament iea^-^sembleil today. 1 he queen s s|H-eidi at^the opening nf the .session w as read. Il^expresses her gratitude for the svin|siilo^of the people in he-r late Ivn av enu tit.^Among other things i he message states an^agreement lias been MMMHMi with the^I'niteil States, ileflnmg Ihe mesie bv w hie h^disputes reg.iiilnig se-al llsheriesol llehriug^ses shsll he- ieft-1 nil to arbii ration, Eng^^land's rt-lut ions Willi foreign puMMW Ml^message tleedare^el, enallntSS fri- ndlv.^Parliaineul will !^^ asked in pas. u|^ui^numerous measures, atimng whnh will^Im- profHM-als fur applving tn ImtMSfl^the general principles nf In, al goverunieut^already aelopteel in t.n-ai Hritam. fh*-^metiriirc for Increasing lln- number of^small biddings in agrn iibural dMtfMtfl af^Offvanl Hiit.tiu; a lull e xtending the ad^vantage's id assisted e-ducatinu in In land,^a scheme niisfifymg the svsfeni nf pt-i^eeiHlure in regiinl lo priv ate bills, so far as^it alTi-cts Scotland and Indaiul. rrop-.-il.^alsei will lie suhmittisl for improving tin^discipline of the est.iblisheel . hurch in re^^gard to moral oflen-. ^ rev isiug existing^agreements between the governiiie-m and^the Rink of Kngl.uid. and amending the^law w uh rer|h*e I in the lialubtv of cmph-.v -^ers for injiiiies sustained l*v emplove-s. Itlthe house of lords this afterMM the^Earl of Klmls rlv Dulelini e \pie^sed snr^priee- that the iple-e'it's s|s'eeb made u^^ ref^erenee in thedisptite w ith France over Ibe^Newfoundland affair. Lnrel Sahshuiv said^a |m'ace'f ul solution of the* ipie'sli-in is not^due to the MM-u of Ih'- gov eriiineiii, bill 10the penpleol New foundland the'inselves,^Tbe absence of s|iecinl reference in the^queen's MMMM M the ordi r and^pros|terit^ prevailing in ln-laiid showid^Ihe i-outldeni e of the geiverniuent in lln*^eoiintrv. The fact that Ihe- lush MMl^gov eriiuient bill was MMMMMej implicel^that coneliiloiii, now prevaib-il in Ireland^w11ie ii justilleel the government in grunt-^ing a lis al gov ertinn ilt to that ^ ouniry. Withleganl lo Fgvpt. I nnl sabsburv^Said sfter the sacrifices (,n at Brit am had^made in connect ion with ihecountrs he^believed she wrmhl neve^r surrender her^siipremucv MMMMM power. The aeleli'i-ss in reply In Ihe' s|ie-is h from^the throne was moved b^ the Kail of Dud-^lev and w as passed. Illtheliunons tins afternoon Ralfour. successorto ibe late William Ib-niv^Smith as government leader. n*i civ e^l a^protonge el ovation from his friends, lb-^gave notice he woulil iiitroeliiee the Irish^local govern inent bill and weiittd giv e out^onThurselav next thai Eelwanlde f ob.tiiie.^niciiilsi for Last Kelfast. wIm is now a^fugitive, lie ri-'|UVslee| to .lllend the bouse-^Feb. M. Hoelgeinoved the adnption nf an^adelress in replv to ih*- epieen' - s|h SirWilliam Vernon Han ourt espn -s..i|^the *yiiipath^ of the- MJpnafMMI MflM^roval family Is'ieavelue-llt. He -lid the op^IHwition ree ognift'd the merits of llalfour.^and he belle v is I that Ma I foil i w mild alw av s^sustain tin- honor and privileges ol tho^house of commons. Withregard to tin- lush local govern^nii'iit lull, be said it was a mailer Ml^^^ is heel ea rried mil, nul if a genuine, MM^t-.| nieasure w is proumterl. the o|iih^siiio|i^wnuld stjp|Miit ii.lnit they ci in Id mil regard 11ass govcrniueiii if -inly whiih .ipidna- Hmaf'IMlj naMMil nyatssn tob t-ikciia*saitlinfl iMajunMsM -if MfsNnjot^MMMIi Hafontlri MM (MlMMlr) ' ^ i*-^ceuil *|*fe^'h at Exeti.r ahwHH Cathnlic^regiiui- in Indand. didn'i pMMM well for^the htteiuls. Ssilishurv's remarks. I,*^ .1.-^clareel, ^i-lii as utiloiiiidisd bistoricallv a^the ^ wen* iiustate-siii.tulike iti i bar e^Bn I four, ill n ph. sunt llaii-ieiri had diss^lorteellbe- tneamng id ibe I voi i Siieeeh, U'ldthat the nMIMMaJa of llie- InltllsterM S'OMkMslmw that the g-iveii|f bad c .5- lldcllc-111 a I 'athollc m.ij altv .^. ^- ^ e^lit,. HMM] fNMSM Om^Rtorx F.M.l'i. S. ft.. Fe-h. 9. Theevs.^MMM i^ all MMMMMd in tbe |ie^ Ml n -^illvoli'- i-.t-i*. lull tie- case will In- ' Id^ofM-ll fiM* tlms- We-e-k t In n*eetv e eught ilv- |msitioiis nf tla- defi use tastaQ yeatard it^and Iteelay in New Ymk and MM* I ' -^general nMfM - ion MM - 'hat the .1. ,1. .^w ill lie granted and the court will award^the daughte r lo the mother. ^s MMlMMM tever. ri'^t Kt M^-. Cuau Klea, Feb. 9. Sev -^^r:.l gi iiiiiii'-' is---^ d vello-.v I. o r ii ie -^1 MM! In tc. tw^^ or MM w 11 h fatal li 1 ini^^tiation. I^ i^ Is lie vixl the- 1li.1e.tse was^brought tn ibis port from Se^tir11 Vmen a.^The government has taken prompt ore*10 stuini1 1 In-plague. Tl i-stric estttuataiititie has Is^-n enforced. THIS18 IHE LATEST OUT BlaineSaid to be Ahoot to Resign His^Seat in tbe Cabinet. HFIS TIRf-D OF PI BUC LIFE Quietanil Rest is Now Daslrad by^tho Noted Statesman, bo at^Least Says a Chicago^Paper. CMw.o. Feb. -The fXni't/ .VV-ce will^in the- morning print a W MMMMj spe^^rial, saying: ^The aiiiiouneement by Mr.^Blame thathewill not be-a ^ aiulidaie for^ti c pn eh in v is als,ut m tie folleiwed by^anothci annoiinrenient of me.re import^^ance. Mr. Blame will resign his position^111 Ihe 1 abmet of Prceielent Harn*on and^retire from public life to the quiet be see^much desires anel which his health imper*^.no K tletnaiiils. Forthis MaMMeul the friily .Vetca' cor*^respontleiit a ^ris tie has authority, ANTI-1VKJNOPOLVFARMERS. IIIs s.n,t Tliey t re XImiiiI In Ketornered^liv a vt,,nsler Trust. Clllivi av. Feb. 'V The MMf i\., nn w ill^piibhsb t.emnrrow .1 twn-rnliiitin exrs-i^e of^an ulb-ge*el si heme whereby lln* National^Conl.ige ti ns!. through conniv ance w ith a^^nutnber of leading alliance officials, is at^^tempting to ge^t c--iitrol id not oiilv all the^pn-sent .tlbaniesti.it . in the country, but^alsiut 4,otii^ MMMMl ones that the trust^propose'* .starting, statement* are made^bv 11 M Fiilwdler, st ite business agent^f ir ihe alb.mi e in Illinois. F. F Whippht^of the* Whipple Harrow company. St,^^lohns. Mi. b . and \\ ilbam Beenngd- Sons,^^ Imago, that pho e certain prominent^alliance h-aih't s 111 a ^ ^impioimsing rcs-i-^tiou. xlonxo W'anlall. a tne-mlier of the national ive. uuvtoinilte-e. of tho Farmers'MMMM and Industrial assnci 1-^tiou admits, so the htfM* 0MM sav s, that^he is lured bv the National DMM agency,^through which the enrdage 1 nin|anv is^^ ^|m rating, and MM .idmiliesl to F.. F.^Whipple thai he iheinght the National C.-riiaginpanv isls-lund nr largely in- lerestedin the- National Lnion, as he^iWankU) knew thai Mr. \\ aierhurv. the^Nalioiial ^ -ullage coiiipan^*s preside-fit,^tin' hi ^ i-ln 1 k to tbe I'nioii 1 i.mpatiy last^somti-eT fur $l_.'..^^t and lie W arded, had^If Im Ins MMMMnioii several d ivs showing^the ^Isiv s^ w bile iti Ne w York last June. IT WAS A BIG SALE. HorsesI'uri li.itetf t rimi Hie ttesodward^A slisiiklln rslahle.^Li mm. 11 -x. Feb. 1. Fifty-five horse*^were sold imdsv .it the W.sslward it^shmiklin sale for tvV^,4*s^^. T he following^wi r^-ainniig lb. Inn ses sold: Sweetness,^bv MMMi IfesTlfii Ya^oo, bv Harold,^$1,0-.^.; Index, by lay Rird, $1,SQD; Wind-^wanl, b^ iinwanl. .1. S. Moore. Sullv,^low.1, fl.'^^i. I harmmn. by Fagle Bin!,^MeUkt Nniwissl. by Nutwrssl. fl..-^^;^C-.ise-let. bv lord h'usscll. fl.|0n; Time^Medium, by H.ippv Medium, iL'.aOt': Xlin-^me Mcdtegor. by Knls-rt Mct,n-gor, fl.JVl;^Minnie King bv Mambrino King. $I,.CS;^liarouet. liv .lav Ri re I. * 1.1 S t; Alls-rt S., bv^\\ like.. Ite.v. in.:.'-. . Ked Robin, by Red^Wilkes, H.^iiii; Red ls^ue^'ii bv R.il Wilke.,^*l.m^l; Maiikaln, by Robert McCereg.,r,^fl.lm. Storm Bird, bv Lord R11sSell.fl.nNi;^sMsi by Red Wilkes. I1.1S0; Nellie Ma-^-Miti.by iitiward. P. Traax, Kail Clain-,^|MM); Toni Exiim, bv Iinwanl, fl.'.tii;^Itiirglar, bv Iinwanl. E. t lark. Fail Clain-,^Wis., cl Ml Miverge s. h^ Iiis(iat. Il, ^.,.*^^;^I .pik.i.b) Iinwanl. H. IMarhold. Green-^view, HI.. $1,000; Norther, bv Onwanl,^H4$$l PnsiHnn. hy Vlcolvie, \V. If. Moore^,^Philade lphia. IfaVHsV THE TWO GOVEHNORS. ThayerTalks shout His Heeling With MMMItord. Kiv v 1 in. Fib. 1. Fx tiovernor^T have 1 of Nehi ask.1 and paru were in the^eii^ this morning, en route* to Texas. Tho^e'x-gov*-riioi 1 ^ .1*1 a r*'|s.rter about hi*^iiii'e iiug w ith teovernor Boyd yeatenfs v.^^When Governor lt^^v*l entered my office.''^saitl h*'. ^I approa* lud him and MjMMMn^m^ baud, lb--In! Mat MMM tn take it, and^I inquiieil of him, 1 *iui I to understand,^sir. lhal vim decline tn shake- hands with^Mtf M replied that I might *ai under^^stand. 'We'll, sir,' I said, '1 want you to^unde rstand this matter ts eif entire tn-^ihff* nutce* tn me.'^ Thavcr express*.,!^the opinion that the plans Iseitig fortn*-*|^b^ Bovd and other democrats would, if^1 arrietl ^ ml. I^e di -astroiis to tbe republi^^cans. He thought ilo* legislature wenild^^Michigaiidiie ' the state-, which mean* a^loss eif some president'al elector* to the^republican-. MMMjMoi No Hurry.^W v mvv, lei-. 1. l lie president hasnot ^i 1 giv'-n s, 1 euis atte-tition to the^ipi^ stioii ^f tilling il..- vac.tucv on tbe^I' 11 tie, I state, siipnui.' bench. 1 auseel by^Ihe deal 11 of Hi adle'.v. but is ex|tected to ilo #'i111 a MM weeks. n tul I of 4 reelit. HillI 'H ^, Colo.. felt. 'i. Xliotni-I big^s-nke ol o|c Is tcpol I* d from the Coppe'r^Ris k III*' VIII be mg I, ill feet, and piee e* ofn ek ft ^ it 11 :le Is mg MMMMl full of^'i .-.-^old. X riisb 1, Is mg made for the eiw diggings. -^ ^#. rr.oililc I 00k.^ il tier. fltlni Mi vn 11. Feb.''. tdvices fnuu^Guatesnala sin,, that military offle-er* sre piovoklli.'stre et braw Is. and it is feared It^munition of I .resident Barrtlla* to^,'. el re 1 -c i.- . a - egt- ami socoutimie ill^j. -w- r. 11V4ay t a use Trouble. !e - -1*1 let M^ standard. iiwviiv.I rh. li. Vt a meeting of the ritv^^s 11 ne'll to-night, ii' oi d'li 111. e was passes I^l-*viiklllg ail ti en :'.-.' lined the I'lllotl^I'li iiiclo tl. ^ citv .end iii-b ring all tracks^lllinlesliaiedv lorn up on city pnqierty. theee lllll'lir.l lo llealll. tnivvivN.1 int.. E. Ii. S The home of^V . Rothschild at Mattawa burned early in. I ..-111 11^. d ):^ H.il'i- s s|i|e-atl sn rap 'ni'Mi-. Kni I' child and iw o childreu^w en- hurilenl tu death. ForeignKauh I n ^^MMMiinsk The l^tieeusl^nd Dew^po.il and Hitiliiing bank has snspendeet.