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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL FBI DAY, JULY 20 1805.
KANSAS CITY oOUKNAl.
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T' nif Mr. Hurr'r. salary
t mse , .it Chicago.
if ir. In his . ii" with Harvey, said
t . vprythlng la dnaper now. lie
1 i.ihly feels rather cheap himself.
i hen lawyers pans the He In court nt
I .. pendenre now It must be remem
i r .1 that It Is purely In a Pickwickian
i 'lay county corn Btnlk carries
inrtv-flve ears of corn, and It Ik not like
t m of the corn exhibited nt the world's
fur . ither.
Missouri "on wheels" will be a wonder
ful advertisement to the state and
s i. ulil he made ns fully representative
li Is well to remember that the In
oe.ise of wages so loudly talked about
l free trade organs Is a restoration and
ti t .in Increase.
n..ther American vessel flrcd upon by
e Spanish gunboat. American vessels
i .iil.l not worry the administration
ui .ns the hot weather.
! is understood that the governor Is
ti i - i'o Sunday saloon closing. There
t ' thing like political pressure to make
oilli i.ils see things in different lights.
mi anger In the city must not be sur
ii 1 at lack of attention between the
' mi of 4 and 6 this afternoon. This
i ii day Kansas City take first place.
I 'ine should be no "pride of position"
i i. n departments .t the city. What
t p. ople want Is tin wotk well d m
1 not wrangling tv who sb n In it
utary Carlln shm
mlng the pr- i i r .
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they may Nt wl
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i in. rise torn crop to . k Tin
i t prottmble way .f marketing a . :..p
i n (be hoof.
r.f park board has nuked the bonrd cf
io works for tro.opcration. While
' i utttr bourd is trying to decide the
i x t incaitintf of the word let it rn.
i tate and havt park nd boulovards
i.iiiidf to the i'ipiuitl wUn of thu
1 1 cltlxnin of lienvnr are not long
t tins a are those of Kansas t'itj.
it the water works company of that
1 1 . lefused to comply with the law the
1 pie rfued to pay the wntr rate
i i i turned on the water fast tui It
v - mined off.
The St. Ijouls UepuhUo iirtr who
f id Kan City officials iu regrartt to
1 1- mental condition tll a good story,
1 nt no hbould have adhered to th truth,
j .ivs he d txuinliid by tb city
I man 4tld hoe uureon uf the
i -i aid. City Pb)l.iiu) CoUiu saj he
: i not no this (wtlent an$ that ijousa
; i -' n JkYtj did not raaKo an ex
. ciiiiation of the case but placed hi in
tiru. r symptomatic treatment.
Tho evidcrpu seewji ludlputble that
tn tu W4S a illlUe ill tllO lituionetitioii
' sllcr iu 1MJ, whfclbtir the (lime w
c mmiued by tongreuH or not. When u
' iiontit in .nbir of the .onitnitt.. .,n
, f, i. im e or a ll hoi,, it 1 1, 'k i b mi, d I
t'i' 111 ift r t lift ih i - r '
c in i mmtted f 'IK' ry an! ,
KM vlUvfiU JU.U ditluu arc a. iuu-.ii
1httt()r of erlmlnrtl; M f? UtoB tiia
defend lh forirer of frtlM PtWtfnn fc
ttirnii. Seiwtor shprmrtn nlllrihlPd with
Hit, Hwrtf-y's ntntement rri!lni the
onhlwnlonnl n-lme nd kne when do
th $n ht lie Wnn Iftklftit tl inde
fobMblc twnltlott In throwint the blitme
rr.-in 1ihonel tierk to th cohgfeM
The Nxtl'tm) Witter Worlin Coiflpntiy
'Ut n. ftdmlf Its dfefel. iuAne
ftreWcr has ffUen the rlty ll H asked
ftf rl within h week of tort ilMyH the
s nt lil be in posfewlafl ot th
muiiiiMpallty. It has been ft long, hard
light an tinnorpiflr.v flitht but- tot Ihe
Mttrrne of the cutnfmny. Oft the Jnrt
..f thp city It has been a fair content,
but "n the ptrt of the company miHhod.
ere use.l that were dlshnnormbb, to ray
the last. Not content with contesting
in the courts, the compsinv did ill In Ms
power to benmireh the "city In the Knst
and to dtroy the ctt's credit. It was
a ie. h.-iWiMr, of Mht n(talnt mlht
n -ht pretnllrd. To thp ralthful al
t it'hn fouRhi o rfltnnfly for ihe
c li ople owe a debt of gratitude
li i . i to the monetary recompense
tt t i !.e their portion.
II U'll.l. 111! 1'OItTlU'tl.MlNO.
escue for the latest Indlfrnlly
I ' niitry has received from Hpaln
p i iffored. It will be forthcoming.
1' ,t admirals who constitute the
li ndmiuisliatlon naval elide have
n .-arty rushed into print with defenses
of Spain In ilrln solid shot at an
Aim t lean ship and narrowly escaping
killing a seaman. In the light of past
events, the preponderance of credibility
Is on the pnrt of the captain of the ship
whit It had the encounter. He says that
in overhauling the American ship in
Cuban waters, as he had the right to do,
the Spanish captnln fired solid shot In
stead of blank and fired directly at the
American vessel Instead of ncross the
bmv, as the naval oflleers themselves de
clare he should have done. He says
further that the rnlstnj? of the American
flag was the signal lor another shot,
solid shot again. The ferocity of the
Castlllan captain wan onlv tempered by
his humane consideration In refraining
from blowing the American ship out of
the water after the necessary informa
tion had been secured.
The peculiar phlegmatic nntl deliber
ate character of Spanish captains Is
notorious. The condition of affairs just
at present has a mollifying and sedative
tendency which makes them look with
especial Indifference upon suspicious
Ameilcun vessels In Cuban waters.
Under nil the circumstances, perhaps
the American captain was wrong. Per
haps he didn't know solid shot when lie
saw it. Perhaps he deliberately lied
Without any provocation and when the
Spaniard did only what he had n right
to do. For why should thete be any un
friendliness between Spain and this
country'' Are not ILirshal Campos and
the United States authorities working
hand In hand putting down the Cuban
insurrection? The A met lean captain is
of course In the wrong.
rjNciMSTAi.vrtns or .u'.vrtcn.
The fate of (He men is at the present
time hanging upon the uncertain course
of law for crimes which are almost
without parallel In their fiendish nature.
There Is Hayward In Minneapolis, who,
although convicted on testimony that
leaves no doubt of his guilt, has. had
his sentence of hanging stayed on a
mere technicality; Durrant in San Fran
cisco, whose trial has just begun with
a seeming weight of clicumstanlial evi
dence that brings the shadow of the
gallows to the verv hour when the in
dictment is read to the jury; the Taylors
In our own state, where Li.rtgptlon for
the rtefeut of justice was charged in the
first k'nv 1 ilv n nn1 the man Holmes
It i ' ipiii.t ihuiged with a list of
r i Mnp.iMd in tin annals of
l i I- it iu-.tlco (it"t depend upon
t i ' i is the piovmte of law
t ' it tin" - ldeficP is pief.'iited in
i-.i .ill mat'jiiKl facts before
t i l n. .nt trespassing upon the
r i 1 1 Hit that the at (used must
t i no I innocent until ptoven gulltj
I ' i is nable doubt.
I id niis.ii ties by tpji on of any
li il. tllli inls representing oigan-
i whether techiiip.il or oiher-
i l- no iTumiw The ac-
( - mi tot ,il time, an I, it as
t i pi ii.iigo H I'uni ithihI On
I i li in.l. the pr.ii tic" of the
c i I tin multitudinous ttadl-
t ' iim.s of imr l.ivvf us they
I i n 1 t.iputi-d by the highest
t it i ' i v -four states, furnish to
I i ni in- almost illim.itable op-
I iii.s i H .ii-fertting tho ends of
j i' I t- mom y will but hold out
f ni i pi the liiwjits for looking
i t unlikely tht these cases now
c i v i -, much attention all over
f uiiis will hiittg on for months,
t i i i ih. ti im i its hut upon shrewdly
t I in loin al obstructions havlmj
i i it.r to do with the, actual
E ii I innocence of the Individuals be
fore the courts, And the people will
pay the bills.
H0UI1 foil T1HJ HAH.HOA1).
The big crops which may now be quite
wifely counted Upon west of the Missis
sippi will go far tovvuids lelieving the
pressing embariawments of many lines
of railroad. Word comes from the
N'oitliwtiit that to take care of the
win a t crop of ftUnnetaota and the Pa
kotas tlic roads will be able to provide
50,w car. They sa that more than that
number will fap noeuVU, but they hope to
get along without au actual car famine.
Jn this part of the West there is not so
uiut'U wheat, but tho tmorinoua yiic f
corn In sight given assurance that tho
transportation lin.-s will have all they
There liUa bc-en a great deal of idle
rolling atock eumtuntly on ftan4 for the
pt tbiue yeais, ami the business of
the roads, lias uffrit to such an ex
tent thdt about oitL-thlrd of the
operatives have been without employ
ment as well. The natural result of this
Has been that ilu-ru has been close Unite
tn every town hat tin) the distinction of
a division terminus, aud repair ".hops
bav been running on short time with
greatly re4ui.ed toms.
Coining along with the shipment of the
n. w ctops will be a largely in i.-Hbe.l
(Uuuml for railroad labor. Old biiu will
be pal4 up. money will begin to clicu,
lute uhi'te U has been almost unknown
lor mouths, and, better liuve will tct in
both from the good fortune of the
tdttnor and the cot nidd necfs.my Uy
H ttlng hi- li I i ts i , 'iiark I Mmli
r in. in (ni iui i i pi ill ii l toi
i I it ir It .i ' ' t
V i- i, ll id I- a i catl'-
iiB liJi uu tbv uai.'x;. nUttrjn uf
merchandl which Will be aealn In
good demand throughout tbn fatorcd
X.i, there Is n good proP"i t that there
will onn jn a hftter fei"llng In rnll
mart elrclpn n Well us ttmong all other
ilaes. and ihi eltle will come In for
thr lr hre of the brnpflt. Kttnsrts t'llv.
It I believed, alreitdj feel, the effects
of the Improvement, ml Is In n condi
tion to rake cafe of all the Increase In
trade that tuny come thl Wnv The
railroads hftvr. tmtde the lovtn and what
ever Ik good for the roads Is gwwl for
the city Rftd pprbody in It.
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'tut! (inon wiittu tti.istr.s-.
N'ow that the first stew hsve ben
laken for the condemnation of the West
bluffs and their transformation Into a
park, the people of Kansas City have
reason Io hope that licfore it very grout
while this unlghUy wilderness of
shnntles am! bowlders will give way to
something which is less of an eyesore.
The park board Is enierln Upon its
Work with Real and vigor, supplemented
by a thorough appreciation of the first
needs of the city. Steps have nlremly
been taken for the Requirement of sev
eral hreathlnir spots In various putts of
the city. The Independence Imiilevntd l
well tinder WRy nntl nmv the iKmrd Is
taking hold of the more important enter-
It Is to be hoped that In prosecuting
IIS plans the park board will not get
Involved with the board of public works
In anv controversies Which will jeopar
dise the success of nlty of Its scheme.
The two boat ds should work In harmony
for the bet Interests of the city, for
only In this way can satisfactory re
sults be attained. The people of the
city have signified their wish, not meiely
their willingness, that n practical s.slcm
of parks and boulevards shall be
established In Kansas City. Any filc
tlon Tietweeii the authorities cliaigod
with the carrying out of the people's ex
pressed desire Is to be depi ecnted. It
can and therefore should be avoided by
a mutual appreclttlon of the fact that
the people want results secured and not
merely n.uetlons its to respective au
thority settled. The people gave each
board all the "rights" and "powers" It
needs. T!ie look to each and both for
parks and boulevards.
. Ittilll'llllltt.V HAM),
The office of county marshal tinder
Democintle control seems to be tt dump
ing ground for those members of the
gang who are tillable to llnd beiths else
where. "Heboid bow pleasant It Is foi
brethren to dwell together In unity,"
sang tho snered bard, and It Is a very
"brotherly" gang that has possession of
the ollice of county marshal Just now.
In the absence of any evidence to the
contrary, the "brethren" are dwelling to
gether in unity.
There Is Whig Keshlenr, brother of
"Marshal" Keshlenr, chief deputy at $1"0
per month; then there Is Kit Latimer,
a brother of County Judge Latimer; the
otllce would not be complete without tt
Stewart In It, and there is Joe Stewart,
a brother of the retliing marshal; then
there Is Johnny Murphy, n brother of
Inspector of Defectives Murphy. Theie
is Mlko Casey, a brother of Police
Sergeant Johnny Casey.
This about ends the list of "brothers."
But there is Ed O'Flaherty, "one of the
O'Flaherittes," and a brother-in-law of
Kesnlear. tt is peculiarly fitting, In
view" of the "brother-ln-lnw" game
which has been worked upon the people,
that a brother-in-lavv of the chief
beneficiary should lie given a job Clark
Brown, father of Marcy K, repiesents
the Btown intetests In county affairs.
Altogether It is a very "brotherly"
crowd. The most surprising feature of
the now regime Is that "Brother"
Kenned.v should be let out. His so
brhiuot alone should enMtle him to a
"life," but ptobably the f vt thut be has
been there thirteen years makes Kesn
lear superstitious. .
UlUSIU AND Tin: Ult.VMA.
Tho pink attiactlons ate doing well as
the week advun. es. Theie will be thiee
mote pel foi mantes ol "As You Like It"
at Piiirmoinit p.nk mid two more of "Pin
afore" at Washington The attendance at
both places Is large At K.ilunotmt, Shakes
peare will he followed b u high cla&s
vaudeville entertainment und at Washing
ton, "Plnafoie" will Im leplneed Sunday
evening by "The t'lintcs of Fonsanec "
Miss Zoo llalb.it ni this city, who was
Inst season with the Friends" company,
und who pltttl Olieioii In "A Midsummer
Night's Duuin " .Hid is now playing
Phoebe In "As You Like It' at Falrmount
park, has signed it nuitiact with Clement
Haiiil'ildKH to jilai. Mis Stockton in "Ala
bama' tho coming stiicon The i ngnge
mem is it (,'ood one. and will give 111ms Jlal
bett a better oppoitimlty thun slio had
Jumen K Vlackett. late of the Kemper
stock eompativ, hat. sluneil a contract to
play leads with Lillian Lewi, the foi in
-Ime Melba. who has tit hieved this year
her most emiiK nt siihpm at t'ovem Onr
den, Is Jiving for the seuson at ciruN Lodge,
u handsome loiiuuy hoii.se on the Thames,
Minr-. Melba will sail for America, Septem
ber H, on the 8t. Louis, and open hei con
cert lour at Monti. ul The .unipnny to
support Mine. Melb.t ih now completed,
and Includes Mtno. ScuUhl, Mr Ad-mow-hki,
All" (I'AllbitillP ami Hie lutiitone. Sig
nal fitmtiHimii Mr Moll, the flutist, ttl-
thouirh uivdei ponttmt with the Ho.ton
symphony orchesiiu will uslsi in widid of
the oomri'ts. The oulieura of the Melba
company will numlxi tweut. inu.slcitui..
Mme. Ocorglne von Januxchowfeky, now
under (.ontiiut with Abbey ami Orau as
(liumatic kuinano ami ixetitly of the Im
perial opeia, Vienna, III si appeared in this
country in "The rieggur student." Mme.
Jaittischow.ky's loles will tompilse Isolde.
Ilninhil.le. Fidello, Kilxahc th. Seiita. and
(irtiud. Iu Cleimun, Aida, Valentin.., Donna
Anna, Lionore in "Tiovatoie." tho Coun
tess in "Figaro," and Mbhaela In "Car
men," In Italian.
Augustus Thomas, the autlioi of "Ala
bama" and "In Mtssotul," is suing to write
u play for winsome little Oladys Wallis,
who going a-stauing lhi seaion under
John W Dtiiuiij's maiiaaenieiit .Mi Thomas
has ashuitd -Ml- VA'allls that In will begin
work on the comedy In Oetotiei Iu which
time he will have finished (and dsllveied
Ma iilas tor Nut Cioodwln, Sol Smith llus
ell and I'hsMes Fi'ohmun Tin new piece
for Miss Wallis will piobal.lv be ready for
production ti IVbiuuiy ur Man It.
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A I'.'.'iilluc ,V( eld. lit.
John S. Fields, tt muclilnUl etniilose.l at
the woikM of the Am-rlcun I'latlng Com
ii.in, at No ait West Silh street, lies
erousl liiluud at the Sl.teis' hokpltal
from lbs result of an atcldent .it the com.
uanj-'s factory .esterdqy atlirnaon o
was -nauged in polUhinif oi " butnng"
strips of Iron on the "btilf wheel, when in
isonie manner the iron held In his bund
lipped from his giatp and Ml acio the
uhVtl It was revolving lunldly ami burled
the iron bur with teiilllo force across the
factory room. In It lllght one end grased
Field's head and toie a tagged gash three
Inthei. in length -ii-w hi scalp He was
knocked down bv the force of the blow
and his fellow workmen at lirst thought
kiin dead , , ,
Dr .1. C ItnwnUe was summoned and
after reviving him Myved tin the tiu-h He
was then reiaov.d to the SlBUit.' hospital
in the i-oUie ainbulcnee. Tho Injured man
is 35 ear oil .mi unni.irrled He lived
with hi blstei Miss Sallie Felds, at So.
619 Ha.t Twelfth ftreet.
i ip i .-ii
Mile of l.ots lutburled.
in the fedtial .oiirt .efrtvrda) luorning
an order vcat made of record, duihorUIng
the sale of lotfc 1 anrl J, In block 0, of lijdc
park by Jte . v.i Hush C Waid of the
M i-tin i shi. ii i p iruicr-hlp. to Jlr It, I."
Wiis.i fr t Js Th sale Is ma I. b
,iti i -, -tit 1 1 ii f. I- ur io b .i
tic! to i he r i u of tht ti i t le i
tti it ivcr. lb lanu, held by Mr. A. J.
THE CHICAGO DEBATE,
uoitit iti:itsi:s io viiir.ui: 10 a lit:
iMtiM itimii it 1.1.".
'the Vrtenti 'Inlltir I ill II tn llrrsk the
lemper of Tl i Opponent tnil t.ne III
Ottn Alnne nntl ttldhute .glnt
1'iicts mid Arglineiit.
KdltorUl Ctrrcspohrience if the Jotirml.
Clilcapo July 21 IS'):..
I have listened to to days of the
"Rreat iletmte," and eaiilor compete the
adinlsslnu that It I anything pIkc than
n "debate." Lpt nn csndld liltitl tnko
(Iip chnllengo to llarve) and the term
agreed upon for conducing the dlccus
slon and he must ndml that Mr. llnrr
lm not and so fur doe not follow tho
rules laid down. The ihlng to be dis
cussed I. "Coin's rinatulal Seliool." nlnl
the order Is tl clmpter c said book rach
day for eight days.
The order of ticlual lctt?slon 50 far
can be stated as a rue In this form:
Mr. Hoir will introduce n subject not
In the older for the dnj, altogether out
side of It, nnd nltnck Harvey for his
alleged want of knowledge 11 ml good
senc. Harvey then nsponds that Mr.
Hoir cannot by such tidies dlveit him
ftom the stibji-ct presci'ljod for the day's
discussion, that he vlll stick to the
ngipptnoiit, let Ml. llirr go where be
maj He then proceeds to discuss the
question. Two days have been con
sumed oil blmptnUI'tn, tlic relative
status of gold and sliver, and n vast
fund of facts litis bon Introduced bj
Mr. Harvey, while Mt. Hoir has teally
not touched the qtiestl.n. Yestciday ho
even went Into tho stuject of local ta
ntlnn for Chlctigo from an entirely dif
ferent book and on n different subject
Uinn bimetallism. Testeidny, too, he
seemed to lose his bilnnce as well ns
hi courtesy. Ho whs very coarse in his
peihonal allusions to Harvey. Heie Is
a sample of moie thtn one of bis per
sonalities: "That Is 'ho common t-ense
way, but 1 can't tell lmv such a mind as
you have looks at It." He nlso attacks
and even abuses pels, ns In the audience
who display demonstrative s.vmptth.v
with his opponent's arguments or re
plies. On the contiarv, Mr. Harvey has
treated Mr. Hoir with tnaiked courtesy
and kept his own tenper without criti
cism. The most personal thing he has
et hald was that Mr. Horr could not
foice him to follow lis "somersaults" In
Yesterday and dn before both Mr.
Hinvey contributed several exhaustive
tables to tho discussion that Mr. Horr
uttetly Ignored, though they are upon
the one vital point of the very "p.irlt"
that the gold men talk so much of
and which they claim as the paramount,
thing In "ound" money. One of these
tables covers the ratio between gold and
silver from liiS" to P1)! or a period of
u7 ears. It Is a curious fact, but one
eloquent In this discussion that from 1CS7
to ls71 did the commercial ratio be
tween the two metals letch as high as
our own coin ratio of 10 to 1 save In
tho single ?.pnr of IM) when It was lfi f)S.
In 1C57 it was, H.!M and In 187.', in.fiS or
less than one point in the 1S7 years.
For flfty-nlnu of those years the ratio
was over 14 and les., than 15, for 1.1
years It was over IS and less than 10,
and for only one jetr wai It at 16 OS.
Tito French coinage ratio, or 15'-.. to 1
was substnntinllv tho nvotnge com
mercial ratio between gold and .silver
for lS.'i year or as long as there are
statistics available for refprencp. But
within twentj-tvvo yea is from thp dp
monitlzatlon of silver by the United
StUtcs It has vailed from 15 0'? In 1S72 to
32 Vi 111 1S9I or silver had lallon more
than one-half There is no escaping
these ilgures, ct Mr. Horr titterl ig
nored them, has not even refened to
them, but talked about "the kind of
mind" the m.in has who intioduced
them. They make absolutely plain that
coinage and legal tender power make
money. Not even the adoption of the
gold standtud bv Hngland in 1S1C or the
gold discoveries in California and Aus
tralia In 1M9 and following years dis
turbed this pommerclal ratio In 1S10,
for example, the ratio was 15.25, nnd the
average for the next ten years was
1B.C0. In IStn It vyis 15.7S and the aver
ngo of the following ten years was
15. 10. I am particular with these flg
tirea, for they explode the gold theories
with mathematical absoluteness
To show the animus of Hip gold peo
ple toward Harvey we have this spec
tacle in the Chicago Times-Heiald of
this morning. Although the full report
of the debate covers over eight columns
of the Inter-Oicnn, the Times-Herald
devotes one and ono-half columns to
an abusive paiody and cartoons Mr.
Harvey as a clown. That fact tells Its
own story, however, for it advortlfios
defeat. The records of peisomtl oral
discussion liuve never furnished a nioro
modest nnd courteous disputant than
for six dns Mr. Harvey has shown
himself to be The truth Is the gold men
liavo met with defuat lit every turn and
It Is not honorable treatment of their
champion to now ignore him Mr. Ilnrr
lias made all out of his side that there
Is In it. He seems to have only one peg
loft, and that 1s his nsseitlou the old
gold fnble that tho leasoit gold Is the
best medium fr metal for mone is that
it costs mote to get It in labor than
It does to get sllvpr. Hven wrre thlH
true, it is only an aigument for dia
monds or platinum or any of the rarer
metals. Gold always exists and Is found
ns an Independent metal as In nuggets,
dust or scute in the quartz to be sepa
rated in the getting only by washing or
crushing. Silver Is found in ores and
must be smelted It is handled in tons
of ore much gold is g.itheied by hand.
To use such an argument In tho face of
this table of two hundred years from the
experience of tho world Is to tieg tho
question ami lejoet knowledge.
Theie is ,i gre.it deal ot meie asser
tion about ratios anyhow. They exist
mostly tn the Imagination after all In
trlu.le.Uli theie Is no ratio between the
nietalft for money pin poses aside tioni
fct.Uutory dlifereiue. What is It that
loally gives this fluctuation In the com
mercial ratio, as It I culled? It does
not arise fiom cominoicliil causes at all,
but Is llxed b usury and the needs or
demands for tho ub of money. Trado
never makes those tine distinctions ns,
for example the dWerenco between tho
ititlo of 15 5S and 15.57 or 15 59 or the
one-hundredth of an ounce. Hut when
il comes to cnlculiillng and paying )u
tciest as a toll to the usuier the thing
counts up for It Is the sweat of com
mence that constitutes tho capital of the
leaner. Trade discards these Infinitesi
mals, but usuiy lives by aggregating
Let me cite a familiar example: In
Kansas City aud tho great West for
many years pennies or copper cents ncie
unknown In circulation, and a small
article was cither 5 or 10 cents. Why?
ilt'.ausc we. liad no banks then to charge
Interest. In K.msn City If n mctchnnt
In good stnnilltiK or any man In tike
credit wanted a hundred or any current
sum of money lie slopped tiver Io hi
neighbor and got It there was no uurj
fllwnit It. Mexican merchants brought
their silver dollars In wngons, put up in
lawhlde, nnd the packages lay In the
vvareliotip along with wool and other
things till the steamlront took them
aw. iv. There wai no usury olsuit It
nnd cents were only known In Hgtlrrs of
Bui when banks were established men
didn't boriovv from one another hut from
the bank mi thirty and ninety day paper,
discounted. And with this change came
In the popper cent for usury demanded
the fnutloii nntl It had to be provided.
It Is this fact of usur.v that gives these,
to trade, nominal variations In the
rutin, but Vital to the one who charges
lor the use of iimney. So completely
lmve wo become saturated with the very
splilt of usury that we Insensibly tue
governed In dealing with the laws of
trnillc nnd the civilizing Influences of
commeteo by Its lipllttllmr Ideals. And
It Is to make more sure of this sweat of
trntlle and business that these ratios
shall bo destroyed and the blood of
commerce be drawn upon by the uo of
only one nictnl , Instead of the sweat
from two. This blood nnd sweat about
expresses the difference In the effects
ot usury with the two or the otio metal.
Is It not time that Hi the adjustment ot
the coined money of the nation as well
as In the world that laws should look to
the user of money nnd not entirely to
the owner and lo.iner of It? That Is the
Issue, und this clebnte between Mr Horr
and Mr, llnrvpy Is making elenrer and
clearer that cold as an exclusive money
has no standing In the court of history
or eicpei lcnce.
When 1 came It was expected that the
debate would dose to-morrow, but Mr.
Horr begged yesterdny for a vacation
over to-tluy, and Mr. Harvey, though
he had given him a postponompnt over
Friday, courteously consented Whether
It will be concluded this week or not
depends on Mr. Hoir's condition or
disposition That he Is disappointed Is
evident both fiom his manner nnd
matter. lie has got an overmatch.
There is an evident difference In the
object of tho two men: Mr. Horr nets
as If be was engaged In n tight for ad
vantage and pays more attention to
saieasm. Innuendo and attack than to
nrgument. IIu acts as It he had a side
to contend for. Mr. Harvey has all the
air mid manner of a mnn acting from
conviction that he has a Just cause, nnd
Is Intensely in o it nest. He don't seem
to care for advantage, but to get his
facts before the country. He takes
llorr's personalities with a smile and
then lnfotms him that ho will proceed
with the order of discussion. The con
test has never been In doubt for an
hour since it ls.un. V. II.
I.thrary lliillilltig l'liins.
At a meeting of the board of education
Kst night. Architects Hackney and Van
ilrunt submitted plans and specltlcatlotis
lei the supci struct lire of the new library
building, which weie approved by the
board It was ordered that bids be re
ceived for the construction of the build
ing up to 2 o'clock, TiicMlav, Aiigust "0
nt which time there villi be a meeting
of the bonid to award the contract.
The library will be a two stotv strue
tine. Ilreptoof throughout. The ttoois of
the building will be of marble. The main
llbrar reading rooms will lie on the Mrst
lloor Thi olllees of the board of edu
cation, depositories for the public teoords
and ncwtjianer tiles villi be on the second
lloor. The b.ioement of the building will
be entliely of Kranlte and the superstruc
ture will be or the best of stone, al
though the kind of stone has not vet been
Pardoned 1'roni the Vi nrlchouse.
Peter II. Tteinan took advantage of the
major's privilege jesteiduy and pardoned
thiee prisoners from the workhouse. One
of tho-o was Klttv Moiton, an 18-year-old
girl, who was lined $10 for being an Inmate
of an immoral resoi t. Since she went to
me woriviiottsc Kltlj s health has failed
rapidly and her condition Is umsldeied
most serious At the request of Mis Miles,
of the Door of Hope, ..he was reltased and
sent to the Door of IIopi to piibs what are
considered her last dns
Thomas Powers, whose line for disturb
ing the peace was U, and Rli hard, who
was taxed $.. for a like oiCe nse. were also
IMllilintl Dei hired.
At the seml-aiiniial meeting of the direct
ors of tho Mlssonii. Kansas and Texiii,
jrtist compaio, nc m at the ollice or the
company yesterday n dividend of 3 per
cent wns declared pa j able out of the earn
ings Of the IKlHt sl months, and the ,11-
--ctors decided that hereafter dividends
snau oe piiu quarterly.
.VI. 1, OV IIU .VUss()U..
The Lexington Herald has censed publi
cation. Fulton colleges anticipate a larger at
tendant c then ever, this fall.
Carroll county . orn Is pronounced safe
whether any more rain falls or not
Considerable llaxi-eeil Ih being rold in
Johnson eotinty at the rate of Jl a bushel.
Ciirrollton e-Confederatcs are going to
organl.o a camp of veterans Satiirdav
The Democrat fays the Clinton excur
sionists nil had a "glorious good time" in
Kansas City Tuesdaj.
A fpiond merry-go-round has struck
CarrnlUon, nnd many of the law-abiding
citizens are becoming dci-perate.
The Telegraph is agitating a movement
for the early e losing of the business
houses In Fulton all the jear around
A cloud about the size of a man's hand
hovers over Holden. An amateur dramatic
club has. leccntly been oig.uu.ed there.
The state convention of the llpworth
League of the M. II chun It South will be
in session at l'ertlu SpUnKs August 2 to I.
The third annual Fession of the Mlssoutl
Methodist nshcmhls open,. ,u I'ertle
Sprlims Mondii, and continues thiough
out tho week.
It.it Siillivtin, of Sfdalhi, who hud been
an employe ot the .Missouri PicUlc thirty
three je.irs, died Tuesday, of a complica
tion nt dUt litis.
Thp women of Stanton Itellef Corps, at
Carthage, arc going to present the county
a big, handsome ileg for the attornment of
the new court house.
Johnson I. tho banner county of the
state There can't bo any mistake about
tint, bee tome the Holden 'limes states pos
itively that It Ik a fact
A I.exlnglnn company has the contract
for furnishing 123,00 pressed brick for use
In the eonsiiui tlon or the big new Metho
dist church in Sedulla
Fulton Is rapldl) realizing Its nmhltlon
to become the brut sldewulked town uf Its
size In the state Uranitold and vitrified
brick are the. favoiltc mateiials used.
The funeral of the hue Majqr Samuel
llirdwlcke, at l.lbeio u few days afc-o, Is
said to have been the most largely at
tended one iu the historj of Clay county
Pettis county delegates to the Demo
cratic state convention will bo elected In
SueUllu Muniiu, August 5. Township
mass pilmarles will be held the Satuiday
Two of Trenton's enterprising citizens
who happened to be absent in Dakota for
a time, subset ihed $50 each by tolepruph
the other da to help the new railroad
A ne-w ordinance n Carthage puts some
of the rsponlblltt on the owner instead
of ail on the dog. They don't muzle the
former, but they fine him If he keeps n
dog without paying thu tux.
The row is all over between the two
Itepubllean papers, the Capital und Ga
zelle, ul Sedalld, and the leMiei'tlve ed
itors have fallen upon each other's necks
and wept briny tears of forgiveness.
The people drawn thither by the trial
if the 'lac lor brothers. In Cdrrollton. af
ford fat picking for the numerous fakirs,
who have scented the eunie from afar
und are on hand and ready to do business.
A battalion of Knights Templar, cqm-
S rising the comtnatiderlcs of Carthage,
oplln. Sprinclield, ".lone tt. Mariouvllle,
West Plains Mollvar and Lebanon, will
make the trip to the Boston encampment
by tpeclul triln, starting from Sprluic'leld.
A stop at NURaru und a run down thu
Si. Lawrence) will be among the features
of the trip.
ItlS Msir IIMHII).
tlnvrrnnr Stone Mill Itetiirn to JrfTeMnn
t'lly Hit Morning.
Governor Ptnne will leave for Jefferson
City thi momltiK 11" penl ""' ,'r,,, r
part of veMerdss walking around the cm
and lonfeirlnc with hi itlllcl frbnd
and appoint Vt .1 o el k he wen' "
the city hall, acrnmpnnled by Iti-porlcr of
Voler 11. CMy Atnoll. The) tl 't Mfl
Chief of Police. Irwin and talked with him a
few moment In hi private ollice. Tin
ami Chler Irwin then went to the ofl!' e of
the board of polite ( omthlsloners on the
second lloor, where they were soon af'er
wnrd Joined bj Joseph V Mercer, of Independence-.
It wns .'.in o'clock when the
members of the party left the building. In
company with Comtnlloner I ke. While
in the ollice of the police board Oovernor
Stone Inspected the record Hint have been
kept since Cotntnls'ltmer Shelley and
I'vke succeeded .Mcrs fox snd Corrlgnn
Among other dtiiineMs, h was shown the
list of the saloonkeeper reportPd for vio
lating the Umrii's Sunday elrwlnc order
Mnntig the cullers nt ttovernor Stones
rooms in the Cmttps Houe last nlcht were
Ms rev K Brown and Chler Irwin. To a
Jot'rtin! representntiVR llovernor Stone
said: i ,
'I know of nothing that I want to sac ad
dltlenal to what I have nlremly said
thro.igh the column of the Journal, except
that I shall return to Jeffeisuti City In 4he
morning and will as soon as possible make
the remaining ppoliitmentc It Is m.v In
tentloi iu make them all both herr and In
St. I,oul, nt once. I will make one tMtch
of them, and if there I to be any rltlclm
bv the press or Individuals on account of
them, I will take them all nt once, Instead
of In separate doses at different times
ttioi: ot ruin;.
Itetnll Unit hers Oliilin the Pnrkers llnvo
lleen Overch irglog I hem,
There Is no abatement of the war be
tween the Itetnll lltitelieis Association and
the packers. The butchers are determined
to prolong he light until their grievances
have been removed At a meeting of the
members of the association, l.cM nlRht, the
picking companies were charged with
forcing the butcher of the cllv to pay J
cent. moie a pound for pork thm I tho
pace In any other city In the country. It
was claimed that, although pork is cheaper
now than at any other lime during the
year the retail hatchers of Kansas City
are buying It nt advanced prices At pres
ent the price of live hogs to the packers
ruiiBPn fiom Jlt-I to $3 pet 100 pounds At
last niRht's meeting a committer of three
was appointed to Investigate the prices
charged In other cities nnd compare them
with the prices here There wns also com
plaint that one of the packing companies
lia systematically been giving Its butcher
customers short weight on meats of all
kinds Steps were taken to have- this mat
ter looked Into alo No names were given
out. as the nsoclntlon has decided to carry
on the light with ns little publicity as pos
sible The Journal leportcr was told that
the Aimoiir Packing Company Is now in
eorrerpondenec with the state oflleers ot
the association at St. Ijouls relative to the
trouble, but with what results was not dis
closed Some time In August the association will
hold n picnic at one ot tho parks Tho
committee, which consists of W. L. Block,
J L Heger A M Church, Joseph Smart
and John Plater, reported last night, and
was given permission to act.
A SjUltl'ItlsKO sritANdllR.
.Vlnnager Monro of tbo New York Opera
Company Speaks of Kansas Clly Crowds.
"These aro the finest summer opera au
diences I ever saw!" exclaimed Manager
Moore of the New Yolk Comic Opera Com
pany last evening. "We had Immense
crowds at Minneapolis, but thev did not
lomparc In appearance with the people
who come to Washington paik."
Mr. Moore Is used to the big Kastcrn
cities, where everyone of any consequence
must remain away all summer. It was
etplnlned to him that Kansas City Is a
sort ot summer rcsott In Itself and In
i onsequencf good summer amusements
have exceptionally line people to ill aw
"Pinafore" Is presented to bigger au
diences every night. With continued
propitious weather, to-night and Saturday
nights will ptobahly witness remaikublc
attendance. The seating spare Is o com
modious that therp Is room to scut pvcij
one. In addition to hearing the music and
seeing the billll.int spectacle there Is tho
charm of seeing othcis and being seen.
The time for the show by Calccdo. "the
king of the wire," has been changed to
S:1S o'clock in the evening. Thereby this
remnikable equilibrist ninv be seen by Dip
npei a-goers before seeking ihclr seats la
fiont of the big ship
This evening the Kansas Cltv and In
dianapolis hasp hall teams will occupy
seats In front at "Pinafore."
lleer Spilled 111 it Collision.
The Atchison. Topeka Santa Pe fast
passenger train to Chicago, leaving Kan
sas Clly nt 7 p. m, last night narrowly
escaped a dlsasttous wicck in the Union
depot yards In rounding a curve the
engine of the passenger train unexpected
ly collldtd with a swlteh engine with thu
result that the car In fiont ot the switch
engine was derailed and the passengers
on the passenger train were badly shaken
tip The lil Oman of the switch engine sus
tained ti number of sci .itches, as did an
empolye of the lomp.iny liding on the
same engine. The car In front of the
swlteh engine was loaded with beer, which
In the accident was scattered ovei the
yards In considerable confusion.
The ("hle.igo train was delayed but half
an hour In its B.istvin trip.
I'rohahly It Isn't gcuciallv known that
Mr. Horr is propiietor of it bakeiy in Troy.
Some of the papeis In the SKtb dlstili't
mo beginning to ennipliiln that Webb Mi -Nail's
voice sounds just like Mrs. Huso's,
Little Wyandotte 'lountv, with mi .ilea
not much bigger than one good sized town
ship, pays onc-thirtleth of the cutiio state
The Abilene fence machine f.titnry scents
to be pushing along a good thing. A te
cent report shows the e oinpany's net prollts
last month to have been jvfln.
The. city assessors llguics show tho pres
ent population of 1'iitsons to bo S,JM, an In
eipasc of about .'dO over last yiar. The
women outnumber the men by li!7.
Chaplain Blight, known to every "Jinoi"
and polttlclun In Kansas. Is said Io be inn
lined to his bid in his old homo In Penn
sylvania, whero ho went for bis health.
Mr Mt-Futlden, of Argentine, moro or less
known to Iniuo among Smta I'e employes
in connection with the Debs troubles lust
year, has been given a position as guiud
at the penitentiary.
The Courier says the other WlnllnM pco.
pie untlclpatci u pleasant, comfoituhle. hou.
sou, now that Mcssis Holt and Melton,
of that city, huvo gone away lor a pio.
Lawience Journal' If reports aro to bo
relied upon, a temalo child with tlueo
tongues was bom in Kansas last week.
Hy this sign Mrs. Lease will know that her
nign is almost at tin end,
Snllna expects a big crowd during the
bicycle meet theie August ii and 7. All
saris of races are down on tho pioginmmc,
and the pilzes inngn all the way fiom an
cleutlic belt to a t'M diamond slud.
Sol Miller: Hilly lluchun hits been made
mnsiei commissioner, or something of tho
kind. In the J D Her btewery assignment.
Siend us up u few kegs, and let us scu
whether yon understand your duties.
Business Is so dull Iu that line In elm
nut.! that a local 'squire offers to perform
tho inanlagi) ceieinony free lor the lit hl
couple thut niesnit themselves for thut
purpose, ptovlded lie can kiss thu bride.
The Santa To Is to pay the city of Cha
mile tl.sOo a year for water from Its now
plant, and Iho Missouri, Kunsub Texas
about CM for a similar privilege. This
will tako care of the Interest on the total
cost of thu w oi lib.
Tho Olobe suys the closing of iho Joints
In AtchUon deprives the poor of thut (ty
of at least JS," worth of fret! lunches.
The necessity for tho sodu fountain people
doing the squuru thing by tho women thus
becomes more Imperative thun ever,
The estlinuted cost of th- Improvements
at tho Soldiers Orphnns' homo at Atchison
was about $",0i. The contracts were let
Wednesday for a, tllflo over JW.&W. Coun
cilman Lew Ferguson, of Kansas Clly,
Kas., got more than half the wuik,
Tiov Chief: The Kuusus City times hus
Issued a special extra edition, lontulnlng
a laigo circular mun showing the country
tributary to that city, within a radius of
150 miles This tcriltory. wo notice, em
biuces "Donlyun and "fv'euuna" counties.
Coffey vlllo has been mopping the eaith
recently with tho Independence ball tltili,
and the papers of the latter town aio more
llrmly convinced than ever that the Cof
fey ville aggregation is "hugely made up of
genuine toughs who ure u disgrace to uny
town, and pot tit to play with gtntlcmcn.
Befcrring to a recent change whereby
a popular railroad agent In Kuusus has
been given it much better place in Ne
bidtka. Sol Miller lemaiks: "Promoting a
mun by bending him to Nebraska always
seemed to us like giving u child Joy on
circus day by taking him to see his Miami,
'&&$ , ft
li n Pi t we m.l h wit thr'P fee' high jTJ
th the nmtier of Z" w mate n piirn I i
Shi bill round Pink eh ess ..lid a bright JJi'
'hie itc . . . . VJp
And lnr smile w.i winning beyond com- "ls 1
I haled pelet's wear and trnr. , fi
t tlioupht enqueues were n fcmful bore, ' A M
And whs shockingly rude, as Im nowArjter-tl
us ii e
When h wanted a kls at the nge of four.
She took mv hand with a little sigh
As we met at the turn of tht winding
stair. . .. .
And ofTeied her lip for a kl. whip t
Wished deep III my heart I had learned to
of couise you can't expect snvolr f.ilrc
When one Is hut six or it little moie
So I pulled at her curls In sheer despair
When she wnnled a kiss til the age of four.
At first she was much Incline 1 to cry,
But wisely decided to forbear.
To another swain I beheld her hie
ll wns eating Ice cream, so I didn't care!)
Seventeen years have passed nnd wheio
1 the chance that 1 cant awav of yore?
Vanished the time like a bmith of "Ir
When she wanted a kiss at the age of four.
Ala, what a strange what a sad affair!
With another man nt the lmllioom door
Ip the girl 1 love, and I pulled her hnlr
When she wanted a Kiss at the nge oC
Iour- - ...
Charley was caught napping on th
porch of the summer tesort A pair ot
soft, little hands covered his eyes and a
sweet voice commanded. "Guess who ic
Nothing very dreadful for Charley In
this, you think. But, then, you don't
know that Ch.uloy was engaged to two
girls, and for the life ot him eonldn't de
cide which voice It was-, which made it a,
very embarrassing situation for Charley.
A wrong guess would lead to complica
tions awful to think of Hut a happy
thought Inspired Chailey, and ho mi
noiinced, "It's tho dearest, sweetest llttlo
girl In all the world "
"iih, you lovely bov." gurgled the sat
isfied one, as she r. moved her hands.
And now I'hiulev thinks of applvlng for
a foielgn minlstrv. feeling that his tal- p.
ents would be wasted In any other than aa
diploma tie: Uild.Puik. jtv
Plica Observer: There Is a lulc nt
Smith college that no girl can go out driv
ing with a voting man unless he Is her
brother, her llance or it neat iclallnn Now,
once upon a time not manv yens ago, a.
young man went thoic to sec a girl with
whom he stood in none of these t editions,
althuugh he wished to be in one of them.
And like any sensible young fellow in su. li
a pretty town he asked her to take a di ive,
having no knowledge of the bothersome
iule. The girl said that she would Just lovo
to go, but she would have lirst to ask tho
president. "Is the voting man your luoih
er'"' Inquired that tunctlonarv "No." said
the girl. "Are you engaged''' "Not yet,"
the blushing maiden atisweied "but T
think we will be when we come lm. k Jt
you will onlv let me go!" And ttaditlort
says that the piesldent iclented, und that
the couple cauiti home engaged.
Some new hats weie this week sent from
New Yotk to Saratoga and Newport for
special wear These are the famous plet
ute huts, immense In size, the brims crum
pled In iiovpI maniiei. Some nie of satin
binbl, others of the Leghorn varletv on
which long slender loops of tulh aie Intei.
mixed with spravs of maidenhair fern bri
ar roses and foliage. W'ldtP sinned lullo
hats aie left wholly white, with ti burning
of laco and valley lilies. Those of corn
yellow also appear with bin. k lace loops
and a luxuil.int growth of roses running
iippaicntlv at will all over the top of the
hat. Pink chiffon hats nre garniture. I
with hawthorn sprays, crimson roses ant
The Ulklst kissed his Maty Jane,
And softly murmuring, said
"This kiss shall on my lips remain
Till thiee long hours have lied "
She watched hint mount his high, high
And Journey foith amain;
But soon she i.ilsed a wiuthritl squeal,
And cursed hot faithless swain
Unt the promise he had made,
lllm false yes, false! she found,
For a brick was on his pathway lali
And tho Ulklst List tho ground'
Now Yoik Itecordei,
Only four persons saw It, but it was a
sight those four will not forget while llfn
lasts. Not morn than a toitnlght ago a
vvomun who lives in Georgetown camo
over to spend ihe day with it fiiend in mi
enoimoitsly tall npaitment bouse Shu
biought her llttlo 3-yeat-old son with her.
It was a hot day and the two women with
the bov went up to the roof gat den Some
thing dlslr.it led the mother's attention for
a moment, and In that innnu nt baby had
clambered to a .hair theme to a llistlo
table, und, as the mother turned, was Just
walking along the paiapct's edge of tho
sickening height, laughing and waving hi i
hands Nobody Una us bow long It was.
It seemed a lifetime Tho molhi r daie not
approach, for at every movement on hep
part the venturesome little midget ran
away and called to hei to catch him. Ho
would not lie coaxed to come down, but
llnally ) yielded io a bribe and cllnibe.l
down. And did the mother faint? Well,
no. she didn't Her hair didn't turn while,
either. She simply look tho little boy into
her arms without a word She held him
closo to her for a long time, und then
well, she tin lied him over on iter knee upj
spanked hlro. Washington Hast.
Three women sat together the other day
"cupping smiles" The store eon eine'l
the tastes und uppicciuliuns of otlu r peo
ple Said ihe lirst woman: "I was in u.
plctuie dealei'u yi-nteiday, when a woman
came In und said she vvuuted a p. tine
long, natrow space light between my p.u'.
lor mantel und hook shelves mid I want it
picture thut will illl It up"' "Well Sai'l
tho second vvomun, "that's ulmost equal io
a neighbor of ours who built a magnliiceiit
bouse containing a magnlileent loom that
he was pleused to cull a binary This ll,
luarywus shelved from llooi (o celling
lust so's every shelf Is mil and so long as
they ar nice looking books."" Then the!
tliild woman told her stoiy "ti ' ,.,
pnn of our club meetings One of H,0 meiii.
,; s.. ... ..v,wo, juu nnuiv " asked Ihe
nuino of the author 'Oh l don't lemem
ber the author's name. Mrs liluestocklnJ
iV iVl VV.
-Clliut mutt ui tt I'leiuic, lliuilllin ' asked
tho cltrk 'An etching, painting, enslav
ing, p stel. oi ' 'Oil. I don't t.ue what
kind It Is.' Interrupted thu woman 'lust
so it's a long nlctiite You kip i i ...... ;
n.... ....si. .... ,uUru ..o iiiuioieei iis owner
went to a bookseller und suld 'See here
I'm going to give yeiu ihe conti.ee i to llli
the shelves of my llluury with bonks r
don't cate what kind of 11..,,..','
l'uia . .".. nnun nu. bliUIliIV i ittm i,.
me and said- 'Oh, Miss IlCitii 'Pv.! ti.LV
finished such u . ihirmlng book' You ought
to read It.' 'What Is Ha name'" I ViS
'Oh. 1 don't icmemher Us. name Mr
llluestoc king told me about i U'L an u-
asked her If It were "book of 't -cd or of
criticism, philosophy or ll. Hon 'Oli f
leully doc't know that I can tell vnn h'.i
It's an awfully i lev ? book. y6u know- "und
so Instrui ive oh, 1 learned tots fron i'iii
i2!,t I,!''.?- "1"'"'K u'l ton" you'il
about It.' "New York Evening
Will KI OW Lin ir U.u -n i. 11