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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               rr FHE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA, GA., SATURDAY MOENENG, DECEMBER 6, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GRITTY WOKDS. rat ATWHAT HE WOULD DO lie Should Bo at Home Some OfflciouR Deputy Marshal Would Full liis Door bell. -a 11 tight in tho senate beguis to assume r -satin? form rh jomocratie sneakers to today read "eeehes, consequently there was no "Vuuton from the republican, side To- oivever bu ator Graj, of Delaware, ithe bill as it and not onlv discussed 'liCiisscil the motiv es of tLo reoubhcans UCT it up, an I of hose who it j elt Darticalarl upoi the house-to-house T, or, He hoped he -would v it tome when one of these raen should but lio d not hehev. e there q an hoie-si. Delator npcn fie re- icm side would daro to 1} up aii.1 say he f this feature of the This brought a Imlf dozen republicans to r feet ill wt oin es j-it a 'ca re Tnej the clerk 01 uuu mUtee h i U een to olimmato i-om the- senate substitute, but bad. over it. sunolv a clerical error, tney jaid and would bo stricken out also tie u u ced other features ao severelv that thfe 171 senators t o i a retired fr mi the hall He om 1 0 o c'ock until 5 o'clock, and j nuouncid he "vv ould continue his speech "ow 13 a brief outline of bis remarks t" prc ideiii, having stated tho question t 10 substitute "Vlr Gra; remarked a ore tlie v as taken he 1 ad something i there I e something to bo  w that when this su.ierv laor ItMkAAL 1 or I p raj God tbat shall be at Jwrne aoplaiiHe Ir member of the committee on pnvi- on1-} Mr Grav whether ha w n ing to what was known as the s i-e Mr Gray said that he wa3 aid that that clause had been jt committee d Sir Grav, it is in the bill as re- that it was in bv the mia f the clerk or the printer but he sub j u tted that the mistake might bave f U noved that the paragraph in question out of the member of the committee) expressed i tlut It ought to be stricken out, as it y mistake J D3lUND-> THINKS JT BIGHT liuunilii expressed the opinion that it bt-ond He regarded it as a verv proper and said tliat ho was in favor of wu s the proper officeis (cither state or o to a. man's (in "flrti- n> ring the Ijell ind make the inquiry the senator think tbat the to be attended by an armed there is like.lv to be a mob to r? I think he to be v rv) suppose a man m his own castle do rview with a gentleman who comes i udeputj marsoal Then the duty of the supervisor i a agent is ended, for the whole j ring the door bell and laoko the Mtfr n jfur "hen that should be stated in the -a verhia I is a matter of taste I do nianv. door bells there arc in Dela 1 mentiored severalotlierplaces m the dtjmiciharj visit was alluded to, and ie bill be rec >mmittetl aiember of the joined in hat the committee had agreed to i iary clause and said that Mr ation of it was none too severe ngretein to the nuginal report e aid t ?at tbo error was on the or nevvrd the motion to have the bill that the eeuate t-hould i ulav but exclamationa of dissent came irom "Mr Jui rei ublicans No action was s nu tton and Mr Gray still oi" Adjourned till tomorrow. lf" Idenine idaj h co the breach is in -n ranks I with Senator Jt His position on tbo measure, and he rules ae would not "If in any n inner -wbatever, it at a3though tLo republican n 16 out ho will outrage the question on tho passage of Le senate before Christmas, he un ess forced to Senator sat stickier for the old tho senate, and is cl anting them for any purpose Iieatt ho is also opposed to tlie although party pressure would for it In the secret co-nouses ue has always argued against the L is partisan enough to arguo bill opermve alike in all ser- jpen aena c Ho probably onk, and of course overjoneis in oat Jio is going to saj alliance act on in condemning "orated apon his views 13 stul an Dame1, of Virginia, TV ill Democratic speaker The demo- oaded, and can march if necosarj nbhcan. side insists upon a vote, o, Senatoi Vest, of Missouri, will bin as a substitute for the i the hope o! drawing off the ra and killing two birds with atmg the force bill and adopt- At u M c -will tomorrow or J t take up the pension appro- h parsed the house this after- be iorce bill f-: bitterly, and unless free coinage be brought in 33 an amendment to some other bill, it stands no chance The eastern republicans, hon ever, say if a free coinage bill should pass, Harrison would veto it Judge Stewart retained tins morning Messrs Hal Moore and B T "SVvIy, of At- lanta, and Dr George F Johnson, of Gntfin, spent todav here Talking to Wanamaker Representative Ooodni-iht of Kentitcfcy, bears a remarkable re emblaace to .Tohu W mam iker, and lias olttn been accobtcd on the street M tbe 1 liter's most intimate While on his w a> back to a r pubUum fnend of Air annuaker aphuupfd downlicside him on the car st it iml re the not act as he to the general on tin rtMiltol the election He told >Ir Ooodnvht th it the MelvnUej bill and jOit democrats lies had <1 f tiie 1 a by the course of of the ippubhean let tins 11 ere s Jim Jilime, for in tance, said tho mad republican He s sn art and he had an i, tli it sometbn n was g( to b ippeii  i jou, John wanamaker 5011 am t i bit. better "Vou helped Uong the deino cratic lies 11 teHln jic pie in our advertisements to jump out the Uioaeet, which your rtiiiadelpLia counter ottered beeau e tue tlioie p-aee bj tho "Vie Kmley bill THF KHXZNO OF BAKKTJNOIA t i liern congressmen t t the bouse oom- curren' y report a free Thocomnutuo met today, but Speaker Keed ia flgkung it Tlie President Sends in the Correspondency on tlio Affair "W Pecomber Tho prreidont transmitted to the house the correspondence out of tho killing of General Barrundia bv Guatemalan on board the PicrOc Mail steamer in of San foso de Gntttmala The correspu id on have on board General Jiarrundia it beeomes your  the arrest of his passenger The JFoUou ing day Com mander KcitT telegiaphed s death wbile resisting arrest The minister then continues The minister of foreign relations informed me jcsteiday tliat Barrundi i feared violence from the mob on account of his naanv cruelties when secretary of war under Barrios rather than an j serious pun isntnent the government, and that he was se cretly buried for the same raaoons The minister, however the government could liave pio tected him from Tiolence On 28th Comminder George Reiter dii patched to the nav> department his report of the U irrimdm affair It is in harmony in its prelimi- naries with Jlizner a report THJ- BUSIN KSS KEPORT Report of Dun Co on the Trade "VoiiK, tt The circular of K. G Dun Co taj s The stringency in com mercial loans noticed last week as the chief cause of the prest nt disturbance, is now almost the only remaining cause The influence of Lnropean troubles has passed The Bank of Lngland has reduced its rate to 5 per cent gaining 565 000 gold for the week, and the Bank of ranee 000 gold Foreign commerce is heavily in favor of this countrj IV Inle imports at "New York for "Novem- ber exceed last 5 ear s, which were unusually light by 12 per cent the increase in exports here has been b1 per cent though last >ear s were reraarl abi> Ueavj so that the excess of exports for tho month was probablv ox er 000 000 Thus no pressure oi tlie ilifl-culty should now felt here, it foreign influence only were operative In domestic affairs there has been a distinct im provement in the disposition of banks and money lenders to give necessary support to legitimate business, curtailing SDt-cnlatrv e adv ances far as possible This wiser disposition is shown not only in much larger issues of learlng house cer tifkates and larger loans here, but in dipatchos from many other places The ulume ot trade is> still surpnsingj-v hcaw, and clearing house exchanges and railroad c irn- inirs and returns irora many centers ot trade are larger than ever before at this The legiti- mate business of the countrj should soon recover its nominal state of health from other lines show that the cheap- ness of cotton at tho south and the of winter weather at the north have somewhat re- duced transactions and caused more taidiness m collections th tn heretofore but colder weather and tho aDproach ol the holiday season already to have a fav oral le effect at many points Che general me of trade throughout tho countrv is so heavj that with the advance of per ceht in prices since a year aero, larger supplies of money are absorbed. The amount of currency in circulation Is now over SI 501 000 000, being larger tban a. year ago The treasury has taken in about 52 400 ooo more than it has paid out for tho past week iron is rather -weaker in tone, and numerous furnaces are likely to go out of blast if nrices yield furthtr The demands loritnisheil of iron and steel ire less than a month ago, and rails are weak with waiitv bales oolen are moving with caution Labor troubles are verv few and the industry of fhe country ie> remarkably well employed at fair failures of the week number 2S2, againt 271 for the corresponding week last year THETT IJCVI2M5 HIGH The Indians Holpuijr TUemselves to Govern znent JUcef. C-HCACO December special from Pine says the sitaation has not materially changed. Tbe hostile Rosebud Indians sleep upon their arms, prepared constantly for attack The> nave three lines of signal couriers between this troops will be equipped aiid in pOBrtiDUi when the advaace may bo Italamater's Bank FirTSBunOt Meadvjlle, Pa apecial says Co, bankers ol Out city, made an assignment this mominR Beyond f Uie uut of IKHI 000 6nt BOJK tto slaw u imply protected by THE WOMAN'S PISTOL KEPT X1IE PARIT A.T AN ERRING WIFE'S GREAT WRATH Because Her with Her toyer Waft Interfered bonsational Scene In the lilnniiighani Depot. I5ntMiVGHA.M, Alt, Tltere was a sensatiouil scene in the passenger station here, ciased by a deserted husbind catchme; up with bia eloping wife and her lover Several days ago Mrs Columbus "Williams, wife of a proimneut citireu of Bibb county, Alabama, left home, and her imsbiiid soon IcaniGd tbat sbe had olopedwith James Keith, a neighbor Mr and JVlrs "Williams had beea rmrned eighteen vears and ho was ngt going to give his wife up without a struggle THE GUILTi PVrR He came to this city, and tbis morning met bis wife and Ivoith 111 the depot, whore they were going to tako, a train for Atlanta At tho sight of "Williams, Keith took to his heels and escaj ed Mrs Williams turned on her husband and abused bun at a terrible rate for interfering Tilth hor happiness A policeman and a reporter camo first to make the woman keep quiet and the latter to got an m- terv lew unit riSTor Mrs WVhains drew a pistol and attempted to shoot both the reporter and the officer She was taken to station Louse, but was re- leased on her promise to Leep quiet and return home Again the reporter tried to got an interview, and agim Mrs Williams reached for her pistol, which she carried in a hand satchel Tho reporter es- caped, but seemed no interview THE V, II E STvIPS OUT While Williams was out looking for Keith his wife took a train east saymcj she was going to her rel itn-es in Oooigia Tho couple hate several children and no well to-do conntry people Mrs Williams her husband had not been kind to her latclj, and she liked Mr Keith better ovomber 4th Thejbodj just idjonrned was that chosen at tho previous election Tbe Insurance Men of the Carollnas CHARLOTTE N C December C [Special] The geneial life insurant o of North and South Carolina held a meeting here today and organized the Life Insurance Association of the Carolinas There was a very fair representation, and tbe fol- low ing oflicers were eleeted T D Church, of Charlotte president V, J Roddy, of South Caro- lina and John C Drewcry of North Carolina, viee presidents S I, Adams of Durham, was elected set retary and treasurer A comentioii TV as appointed to be held here the third Tuesday in Jannarv _ _ A Flttsbnrff Blaze. PITTSBITBG, Pa., December (i Liberty Btreat fire, which broke out in Magin's cracker factory, about 1 o clck this morning, was not extinguished until 4 o'clock Large business blocks were .con sumed. The buildings destroyed were brick, seven stories high, occupied b> Magin, cracker house AJ W J Fenkinson xvholppalc tobacco house Cren Graham i, Co stove and hardware dealers L H Harris Co., wholesale druggets liief Engineer Samuel Evans and hve nremen were caught under tue falling wall The Curtain Did Not Go lip- fu VULOTTI C, December 5 rgpecial Morthuer s Comedy Company, -which vas adver- tised to a performance here tonight, failed to draw a- crowd and Manager of the opera house, refused to ring up the curtain, and Mortimer found it necessary to refund the few dollars paid in for seats Tbe comnanj was here last season, and no doubt that fact accounts for their failure to draw this_time The I'ension Appropriations "W vmrNCTevs Decembes u Mr Cuteheon called up the senate's joint resolution authorizing the secretarv of war to issue 1 000 stands of arms to each of the states of and South Dakota. M "Nebraska and "viontana were added to the states included In provisions, and it passed The pension appropriation bill was again taken Kimbnirs Biff Deal. Cn Tenn Deeember 5 H I Kimball, president of the Kimball Town Company, has sent a cablegram from London that he has placed a three tjuarte" interest in the town for sterling He will America about January 10th __ A Special Jndge Appointed. CITATT Tenn t Deceniher 5 Governor Taylor today appooitcd Hon. Bvron Pope, of Jasper, as special judge to act for circuit 3udi-e, D C Trewhitt, -who has been confined to liis bed for some time ____ The Assets and Liabilities CnATTAAi'otn., Tenn ember Js W -smith contractor and builder, aligned todaj cJ.OOO assets and liabili- ties _ _ TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. Germany yesterday recognized the republic ol Brazil The president yesterdav nominated Eomaldo Pachelo, of California, minister to the Central American States The difllcnlties between the hatters and their fti t loyer- at Danl ury. Conn were adjusted vesrt rfiAt tntl the l etorits open todaj lur Mrs 4jiiuoon f H injunsd in ai Ouittty, AtteoBt, obtained wittiout Ulml, Irom tho Ola THE THIRD PARTY. TJXJB GREAT QUESTION Z003IING JflT THE KNIGHTS AND THE FARMERS. dp leaders Necotiatinc Upon Tcrma TVliich May Tlenn United Political Ac- tion and a Ticket in Fla December o has been a day of bnameis in the alliance con- vention. The investigation committee has reported, the St Louis platform has been reaffirmed, and the officers been elected AH of importance that remains is the dispo sition of the r-nancial question, and the third party question There mav be considerable discussion on the financnl questions, for it invoUes both, the subtreasnry plan and the land loan idei, but tbo disposition of tae third party question seems to be in sight, and it's a compromise The nature of the compromise was set forth in Dr Macune's speech this morning, and it is understood that the suggestion it contained bo adopted in the form of a resolution Mae une's Koport C "W Macune, (hainoan of tho national executive committee, "submitted his annual report of the work accomplished by that during pasti-cir Itrefeired it length to tlWttorkortiie committee m the subtreasuiv bill drawn and presented to congress The chairman that tho committee s mission in this particular w-is virtually ended because the alliance had elected forty congressmen -who woald look alter pushing the bill through the national legislature In n time, ho said the members of congress will pass this bill If nut then by com promise The report recommended tho reduction of tho salaries of all national alliance oftleers and tiie removal from ashington citv of the national alliance presi- dent a office inasmuch as> the retention of it there entails an expense not commensurate with il3 usefulness Macuno also took particular to im prrss upon the delegates that during the pobt tho chairman of the e'ceeutive coimuittce had not been engaged in lobbying for alliance njeaRures but had relied always upon tha merits of the bills and the moral power and influence which stood behind them Au tho conc'nsion of the readme of the report I r "Macune addressed the romention upon the poiw of tliealliant-e, and especially with reference to position uuon leading public measures and ita attitude toward the democratic and republican parties in future political contests After adjournment of the forenoon session, Dr M-u-uue the report of liis utterances upon t IB third party question I told the delegates that the people m the southern states were not prepared to embark in a third movement that the> had elected delegates to this cc-mention, that the people of sowo western and northwestern atates had embarked in the movement and considered that tlid of the order demanded 8 >mo aetioii of that Itn d to suatain thpm in their efTortf In this e- tergeney was thu great nctes siV lor conservatism ind cautior not forget that wo are representing the people at home, and not our own likes and dHlikis I recommended as a compromise th it w ould earrj out the end finnght to In the and north, if it met the approbation of the south that a-eonvention bo called to meet in February 18J2, that the convention be composed oi delegates from all the associations of producers, md the next annual session of the supremo cimnul elect delegates to represent this order in that convention J sustained this by sajmg it (Hrtn t ommit biitinovideda Xiitoreliv thev could express tb this great question through subordinate oounty and state organizations during the coming meets said delegates will come there with a.utnont> and instructions from their people If their people decide in faior of independent party action it will prevail If not the cause still be 1 eneflted by the con ferenee and there will be a better understanding of the objeets which tho labor organizations are seeking to achieve This is the basis tit all I recommended but it lias taken a hold upon them, and will satibfj both sides It is But a Temporary Tictory. "While this is a temporarj victory for the southern who oppose mdepi mlent politleal action it puts the matter in a shape v Inch maj ultimately gh e the western m dependents the victory If the convention nf 1802 should be called as it doubtless will be, the ques- tion will come up, not before the Farmers' Allli auco, with an issured mrjority against mdepend ent action, but befoie a composite body made up of delegates from-the Tafmers Alliance Knights of Labor, farmrrs mutual benefit associations, trtdes unions the grangt and all the organiza- tions of produeers This bodv reprt a total constituency of Pomethiiig like double tlio membership of the Farmers' Alliance, if the colored alliance should go in, as they are hkelv to do Their votes the 900 000 votes of the trades unions and tho Knights of Labor and the 300 000 votes of the other iarmers organizations, -will make more than a majuritv of the whole pro represented in tho coventiou In that fatate of aitalrs, the southern members of the i armers' Alliance separated irom their western brethern would be in a hopeless minority ihis is a con tingenrj which must be faced for it is not only poss ble but probable, if the call for the conven tion be issued Mr T A W Wright and .Tohr "W Hayes are here as a fraternal committee from the Knights of Labor, and1 are at this time ad dressing the alliance. Their business here is to confer with the alliance on the formation of a third parti i composed of all the industrial or ganizations of the country, and they will ask the to appoint a committee of conference The knights are for a convention next a i ear earlier than the date suggested bj Dr Ma eune and Powderij 8] committee comes clothed with Almost plenary power to act for the Knights of Labor Mr. Powderly Talks. Tonight Mr Powderly was shown the above svnopsls of Dr. Macune's and was as ced w hat ho had to say on the subject After reading it over delibentely he took up the minutes of the knights Denver convention and turned to the report of the committee on mde pendent political action, which he read as follows 'It is a conceded fact, by every thoughtful mind that most of tbe objects set forth 111 the pre imble of the Knights of Labor can onlv be se cured bv independent political action, therefore, jour committee recommend that the grand master workman correspond with the chief oflujcrs of other industrial and reform organizations, with a view to the holding of a national leform industn il conference on the basis of the platform adopted at the St Louis conference of IS 10, the conference to had at as early a date aa possible, wt that a solid and harmonious union of the industrial and reform forces of tlie countrv be consum- mated, that w ill enact the principals of our pre- unble into statutory law On the iirst view it eeems that a onion between all ti.c sons of toil, whether on the farm or in the shop is the most natural thing in the and that in the natural order of events, it is inevitable But when we examine the principles held bj the two leading organizations, tho i Alliance and thP Uniirhts of Labor, the road i" not quite clear to their agreement on a political platform after thev have got togethei in convention The knights, lor instance ate single tax men, Sir Powderly tbat they had gone far- ther than that on the land quettion How the farmers, whose all tain land are to be brought upon a platform which includes the demand that land shall bear au the burdens of government, is not quite clear Tbe western farmers, on the contrarv, want to put in the platform that tue government shall lend money oil land aiiideawhica carries with it the principle of private proitertj Jn land, hut as the knights would" a hopeless minority on the single tax idea they might be wiping to waive that m order to joint the farmers on the Jlnanci a reforms on w hieli the j are substantially un ted, the laboring man s demand oemir that the govern- ment shall issue money directly to the people. Tne Money Question. As IE- PowilerJy expressed it to me tonight, they think that paper money IB good enough to kill people with, it is a great deal better to keep them alrve on "When questioned by the committee about the free coinage of Silver, Mr "Wrirfit replied that they considered bimetahsm j, less cvii than tbe gold standard, but that metallic money was unscientific at best While are liemg f changed en the knighta and the farieers the white aud i ilored 1 retiiren the alliance a joint conference committee u work on tbe cubiect of nader Uw uaw miw. fiwplto the diverse action of the force bill the wblte and colored alliancemen ippear to be on tlio best terms and as 1'atillo, tbe negro alHanceman from "North Carolina, said tins afternoon their colored brethre n ould e taken no action on the Lodge bill but lor tl e action of tho white alliance. Inrcaticatinc Iteport At the afternoon session Chairman McDowell p esented the report of tho committee appo nted to investigate the charges and insinuations affect- ing the offacial conduct ot Livingston and Macune Tiie imds 1 ihat we hive been unable to ascertain a single fact implicating, in any wa> shape or form, tlie character Tnd standing and and olheial reputation of our wo rtM president L L Polk, but we regret hl5 writing the Nonvootl Iptter 2 Ab to Brother president of the- Alltincc we do not find on% thing cicroLatory of bis personal or jlficial high stand- tog but vour ciimintttpe is not quite prepared to endorse his course in the Georgia .senatorial eon test That in the of Dr C "VT lacuue, nothing found to lessen our confidence m his per- sonal iiitejrntv and f> tlia order How- v.i regrtthis connection with the senatorial contest InN the verd ct has enough cracker on tlio end ol it to touch up thr- brethren a little it bis restored barroom, and tbe old officers, TA itb the exception ot feii-fl! were re elected and It is said that Terrell was dtieitc 1 heeause he not in lull with. I'oll er tliat may be, "Mr illetts. tlie sucressful man is one of the most popular tit c gate s from the western, wmg and strong enough to be ehobon on own merits Ilice'j Kamjisnt "speccli. One of the most remarkable performances of the week ccurix d last mpht, iv hen  Dr M-icune s, si ecch the vii ws ot fres 1 oil md nel L vmpston rcprejort.ng the southern wing of the alliance oloj el LU saj s tt it, ud in the souththat when the critic ind republican parties ftnd our thev ill to our demands without a light I t onfess I cannot jniagme any condition by u 1m h the republican party would got the southern all- iance te 1 can underet in i how he de nouratic with low taxes and the adoption of our other principles, c mid our support fbe democratic party is eli wiging tapuHj in its ideas about our platform Thev wall co no to feai us in the faitj ond undress tlian ever before 1 ha democratic j wall be on trial in that con grees The illlance stands just where Jefferson and ebster and Calhouii and Lincoln and Seward and hiunnt r stood Lincoln was just is thoioui-hlv opposed to monopoly as the alliance is t wl w "VVe do not hope to break down either paitt but lope and expect that one or both parties see the necossitj of coming to our icJiei IbeliLTe the democratic plawom of will include all the planks of our bt plat- form of President Polk Talks President Polk said The thread of public opimou among tho masses is evidently in the direction of independent political a  stem of the government There is a universal demand for nnaneial m- foim In which all classes and interests are to secure justice it the hands of government in tbe matter of the issue and distribution ot currency They are scrutinizing closely the history ot the two political parties fortwentj hve on this subiect ind find that the great leaders and, m deed the platforms of tho parties hate run m parallel lines on the question of finance If this course shall he persisted in as evidenced by the 1 ist eampaijin, it will add very greatlj in precipi tating thib issue and that the people distrustful of the sincenU of the leaders will rally under one banner, and their slogan will be re- Jorm. Tlie economic questions which co i- front tbe people -md apitate the public mind, seem to liave been avoided by the political speaker of both parties in the past campaign except where we forced free discus- sion and this in the face of the fact that never in tiie histon of the country has there been such an urgent demand on part> leaders and congress for refcim in tins direction Under our form of gov- ernment, where free discussion IB encouraged tho people natnrally depend on tbe prominent men in politics they shall have inst cause to distmtt the fidelity of these men to their interest, and to suspect that tliej are in the interest of tbe monopolistic poii er of the countrj it is natural they should withdraw their confidence I am free to sav that wo are rtpidly approaching tuat point, and there is no disposition on tbe -part of these leaders and of tbe money power to make am concessions whatever to the demands of the people The conflict is therefore iwt only prohibit but inevitable be tween the people and the money power unless theie be a change in the polic> of tlie government as administered bv the party leaders todaj In the weilth producers and all iiumstnal classes feel tint we have more of a party than a popular eminent This being the feeling amonc tbe Teat masse? It Is not wondered at that the leading papers are witching the developments as to tlio third party Our organization, as such, can no more endorse the third partv than they, can the democratic or the republican but still it.b true the people composing these organ- izations ire being rapidly educated to the absolute necessity of bold and determined a ear ago Colonel Livingston s idea v as to call out anv objections which might exmt as to the absolutely unanimous endorsement. This platform demands the abolition of national oanks and the substitution of legal tender treasury notes in lieu of national bank notes, in sufficient volume to entry on the business of tlie countrj on a cash system that congress prevent by law deal- ing in "lutures of all agricultural and mechanical productions the free -and unlimited coin-ijce of silver, and the prohibition of tho alien ownership of 1 ind itud the adoption of some just plan which the eminent may acquire ownership in sucli lands and also in lands held by tbo railroad companies in excess of actual needs that taxation, both state and national shall not be used to build tip one interest or class at the expense of another, that all revenues, national state and county, shall be limited to the actual necessary expenditures of tbe government, economically and honestlv ad- ministered that congress issne sufficient frac- tional currency to facilitate the exchange, through the tinted Butea mails, and that all meao-i criumann ti ind transportation ru u ame-mimerti orth Uateu by Mr tUe uf COMING TOGETHER. THE SITET. AN ARRANGEMENT WILL BE MADE And the Fitrlit foi Home Kale V, ill Go On of the Conference Altitude. LO-- DON December 3 d Sexton, Healy, Loamy, and two 1'ov er aid Deasy, being, TI'th the exception of Pt-iell, all the committee appointed at ves'erdaj'a meeting of members of parliairent to confer with Mr ie Jrove to the re i- denco of the liberal leaco? it 1.1 All the members of the commitu e the exception of the whips, entered tho Ten minutes (jefore tbe arriv-u of tiie Irsh delegation, Morlej, fcir Vernon Hareourt, Earl Spencer, and Earl G'-anville, "who had ueen conferring with Gladstone, took their departure The conference has oc- cupied more time than at urst c pected Tha deliberations lasted an hoiu, and upon the r conclusion tbe delegates returrea to n room m the house cf commons, in which proceed- inps of the nationa'ists are bems held The -assurance given bj "Mr Gladstone to the delegates wlio waited upon him today fully sntisi> tbe maiority of tho nationalist that he will make a gcuamo attempt to deal wth tho oons.abu.laiy and lend question to the of the Insn people C VNCri S "FNT Before appointing tbe committco of four rbe meeting uuai imoubly rt-i- raded Mr Clauco> s vv hicii vts aporov ea Altl i o formal division VES on imendment Air Cloiicej j> propo al w as iKirtlealh don ted a hUow of It is surmised it G action of the meet in loscmdmg the amendment was taken at ti e request of Mr Gladstone in orclor to permit a freer bas s for negotiations Mr Gladstone declined to ircept M- Pa-- neU's suggestion that 1 e pa nun :i Messrs Morle} ana II rco irt to receiv e v i li h TI 10 nt ddegatioi s OL the two sectioi of ho I- bli partj lie insisted tin t if np icccnea them, the arrangements should bo inane at his own discretion whips today acting for the Ir sli part requested  and Ins 1 pp-n a student at tho At'anta V ilir.il 011 a fr sli orthcJ-p no t it The onug u-iii as i or i i t o halls, but was imi JujiiJ t uiucli so as b 'la i t a stranger to t' c nc i es- T rung ne managed to find the way to tha Tesixrdai be did not lectures, but spent the dif pi ivate drtecti.e work to discover the "f the iokP jf hi- iht cmeF he vows br no lack of um-teriai at the college for time to come,   

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