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MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1899.
L! News and Comment J5
Sun- enough, if we keop on
expanding wlio will be the foreign
ers to ia,v our tariff taxes.
('.('. Lucas nnd Ollie Moore, of
near Satilit Fe, made the Mkssaok
ti substantial call last Fridav.
Col. liven Clay, of Mexico, is
enjoying the sunshine of the South
at his plantation in Mississippi.
The Leader at Sturgeon wants
t bond that city and put in an
electric light plant. City Owner
shin xou're right, Pro. (irev.
The Trenton Trilmne tells of a
fence made of such crooked rails
that every time n pig tries to crawl
thru it he comes out on the same
side he went in.
A Mill-on City woman is suing
her husband for divorce on the
grounds that he gives his hound
dogs more attention than he does
her. 'Sneet she has good grounds.
The Sheriff of Kails county, who
has old men .Jester in charge, will
li a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for collector of his
e mnty next spring. lie carries
tie- givwsoine (-harm of an Indian's
linger in his pocket, and its nil men
an- mop- or less superstitious all
hi- opponents are fearing that
1 in ii j n linger.
Clipped from the Anxvnsse Re
view: T. L. McCuhbin, of Mexico,
e.-ti'.ie o. :l Monday, and Tuesday he
household goods into
irons and moved to Mexico whore
wili make his home in the fu-
tiii-e. We regret very much to lose
this excellent family from Aux
v.-isse, and the best wishes of the
entire cointiiuunity aro with them
in their new home.
Said by the Montgomery City
Standard: Elias Harding, who
recently moved bark from Au
drain, after mi absence of several
vcais, celebrated his return bv buv
ing a pair of mules from John T.
Hensley, who says they are the best
pair in the county, lfi.'j hands
high, and weigh ."700 lbs. He
paid ."('!) for them. Harding lives
on the 1'ernard Pratt farm.
The remains of Mrs. Alice Steele,
wile of Dr. W. A. Steele, who died
of appendicitis at her home at
Carnii, 111., last Tuesday week,
were brought to Mexico for inter
ment. Funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. J. J. Hicks. De
ceased was a member in high stand
ing of the M. E. church. Mr. R.
T. Steele, of Laddonin, and Mr.
Olivet- and Miss Mary Steele, of the
Stale l.'niversity, attended the fun
eral. The friends of this paper are par
ticularly reminded thnt they have
a perfect right to designate in what
paper their legal advertisements
shall appear, and administrators,
guardians, and nil others having
legal printing of any kind to be
done can help us much if they will
give their preference to the Mes
sa;k. Do this, friends, and help
a h"in industry. We have had a
number of years experience in hand
ling leg.il notices of all kinds for
publication, and guarantee correct-
.ELL, will try
v Low Prices
La Crosse Lumber Co.
This Is where we con
suit any one, as we car
ry a FULL LINE of oil
grades White Pin or
Red Cedar and AT
PRICES THAT WILL
La Crosse Lumber
satisfaction in every
Corn is selling at HO ceiiUu bush
el ti round Duly, this c uuty.
The price of cocaine has gone up.
The drug has risen from $-.30 an
oiinco to G.2.").
Chewing tocaceo has gone high
er in juice. The trust made an
advance of 4 cents a pound Inst
Mrs Vj. A. Collins, of Collins
At-ali-inv nt L'lildoiiia, was the
guest of Mr. John Hen! in Mexico
lust Fridav and Sum-lay,
Col. W. F. Switzler of Colum
bia, will write the historv of the
State University, by request of the
curators and alumni of said insti
tution. Item from the Laddoma Ilal-1:
Chris Marburg .hipped a car load
oftottou .seel meal from the Smith
th s we k and wi 1 fe
bed ca tie.
I it to hs
The Salvation Army Kave a free
dinner to the poor of Mexico on
Thanksgiving day. Thf qji-irns
contributed lil.craly in oil b e and
other ofl'ei in.'S.
;'. Ro r ni- pr. .if the i s
'anr nt in t- A o st ng block,
has letM- '. liie filoiie 1 1 i r I . si he
rat r ol ini ige, a-id will fit it up
lor hu-iiicss ji-id exi c to inike
t liings hum.
A St. Louis mau ha dropped
hi name and taken that of his wife.
Now comes the Sturgeon Lender
with satanic suggestion that om
men will take anything that be
longs to their wives.
Mr. J i hn Mnrpl.r, of Ceotrs
lia, made h matrimoniid rapture in
Mexico Wednesday evening of Ust
we k, t.king uno himself for a
wile Miss Minnie O'Ne.l, a tery
p ln'ar and dcslri ig young lady.
Mr. Murphy is the encretie ec
foienian of the C A. a'. Centralis.
The enrollment of the Laddouia
public school has passed the 200
mark, the highest in the, history of
the school. The Herald has done
much to urge the ever forward
movement of the Laddouia schools.
Especially was the power of that
paper felt in the election last spring
when an additional room was urged,
making it possible to raise the
grade of the school .
The Mexico correspondent to the
Vandalin Leader thinks there will
be two tickets in the field for city
officers in Mexico in the spring a
Democratic and a People's or La
boring Man's ticket. What's the
matter with the present adminis
tration, brother, Hint you make the
suggestion of the Inter ticket.
Mexico affairs are administered
honestly and elenu.
Pi.t th s way by ill fiowl u-j
Green Times: At hi t, o. r y.-.u-ig
Iriend J. A. II. K-itli. lh V'ft'idt
li iJeeer, ha been cap nr d
II and M a- li anch P.ot o of
I'ay ie vil e, wen- n anied je ui
day at tin I oiiip of th- Inn'e'..
p rents. I h t Tinn s . xten Is co.i
tr it illations to Mob a id his brid
Mav Ihey Inve sim oth a' ing
ovei C-o tr uVcd t . er of !i'e.
a d a -.fe I mi in,' on : In- ev. rr - n
to do so, if Good Grades
and Prompt Delivery or
A BAD MEASURE.
"Quantity of Money" and
Not "Kind of Money" Is
What Is Needed.
Congresitnan Caldwell ot lllinms
was akeJ his opinion the other
day of the proposed gold standard
bill originated by the Republican
in Congress. Mr. Caldwell is a
practical hanker, and his opinion
ii especially interesting, lie says
the bill is a couspieu ,m in
stance of c'ass legislation, and
he hits some center points in the
"In my opinion, iho title of the
fin im ial hill prepared by the Re
publican Ca ic is Committee is mis
leading, because, instead ot being
'a bill todetineand lix a sltindurd
of value,' its object, pure and siin-pli-,
1 1 laden t h single gold tau
da d oT men y uioic thinly in the
nation. It pioves to tint End. ll.a
ihey c rrectly int.- r,m ted ihe 11
piiblicnii jd itiorin o4' ISiHi, while
with barefaced p!a:nn ss it tells th-bim-t
.1 isls of the Ceiilial i:nl
Western Sia'es that inbrnn'i ml
bimet dlis ii, as used in that p'tit
firm, mount nulling, - -1 w. s s in
ply iii-ti rtd as a 'sip' w.th which
t catch votes. Had li e I ill l- en
prepn-i d by tin- same number nl
national la ik presidents as c ons i- j
laird the Ca icm Committee, i- '
weii'd n ' have I. en male a .y I
more aci'i pt nbl" to tie national)
ban's. Il not t n y permits the in-
create of ciicn'ation from 1M ivnt-
to 100 c, nls on the dollar, ITut if det
(T -a-es I he I t i n ill i- iji;t 1, sai -plus
an I nnd.Vi.le I proli s of na
i - a 1 an S o edi'' ii I' 1 p r
rent 'i T i mi ii
"Had ll v o -.1 e l O : of I e
: ' t ii- ii j re ar ! 1 y .. com n t e
i. ns n i;g -h tire h 1 i rs ol
Ull't-fl Sutl'S bond-, it. eotll I le t
have b'vn ina ie more in ibeir in
tertBt, became it i!el i ! rately
reai-l O- bitek and niak.-sali the coin
boiidh luivlofore ir-Mied pivab'e in
gold. Irfltnuicii ;s h'I inLr-it
bi'ring obligti')e.s ..f tne L'niiel
Stat miow command a pr-mium,
this course is not iKVP.-siry to keep
thee obligations on a ardy wdh
gold. If don- lor that, purpos-,
then it is proper tha the commit
tee attempt to deinotiSirHte that
such an enactment is for ihe bene
fit of others than the ho'ders of such
bonds Tin committee in i's re
port does not attempt to i w that
saeh an enactment is n- ees-ary l o
the olablhment of tin- single ;o d
Standard, antl in the absence of
such attempted pr.ml, and with .-.11
United Slates bearing obligations
c nil III s i nl til .i preinilt ii, lie. irtevi-
t;v )!e an 1 only eonclusi u is tint
it is !or the sole l.cnelit I th - oun-iisofsu.-li
obligation 4. Apiece
ol more di8iiiiell class lcgii!ul:ou
than tiis lull could in it hive b n
"I ti conn i ti n wi1 b i h st it -tiicnt
of ihe c i i nn;!e . e mipin
nu th lil tr i.t 't'i- l-.i i i of m ai
ey in Mi c'i piyinent sh i 1 I e
male will ill ely, ili'ic, b- t n
S tbjei ! of iliSiiire,' i s pi-.pe.- to
ate thai, 1a'in; i.iio e n-id i.i
tioii Cue i tl'orls i f S e e'tt y Gage
to buy Gor 1'iiiueiP. bon L to r
lieve the lightened anl at ime
almost pan c;v t iil.iioi ol th
money mail: t, it wo d l e nlnce
to bettar ri inn ia o id o s,
espi-ciall y lo p isous it inel io
an! s na 1 me n ', if mor at e d
af f pit t i q il o t t;. I ll II In
kind of money.'
"T -1! u y tin iv is in no iIm-usvuii
by the budm-ss no u of kind of
iiione. ,' for the r so i Cat a'
kin 1 1 f no nev pa i ij.a iy e; ire i'
wnde t ie in tifli
r-t .r.- of li e l'r
'Tin- b,d doe
inerea.se tin- ci
voiuiu- oi nii.i.ey
b id i s u nli 1 -.
ulali a of I e
i. el ,s n i. o., v
I .t i- I. thoiil a
re. It svudl b
r rie-ii.ing 'eat
i eaten, and I preil.rt iha'. t wdi
dcf-iil in VMY) t i.? ..itv which i
r a, onsib'.i ior its ja s:i:e."
"Mrs. Mobil' lb OA,,, of La!
donia, rulnincl home hi t vvck
from a visit at Went.v;lle.
Mrs. M. L, VA ,h , oTS't L. ..is.
well known in Mexie. places her'
name upoii t ic M i:s; vok sub cib.t- j
Tin; Coluinbin Statcsnitiu savs
something is wan ted in that town
Yankees. The Mkssaui: thinks
the same thing is wanted in Mexico.
The Stateiiian argues the matter
so well that we tioti) lielow how it
connects the ease with another
subject. The Statesman says:
''The Yankees, whatever else
they may be, tire a shrewd, indus
trious, enterprising, manufacturing
people. Th'-y make nearly every
thing this country uses. Theybtiv
our raw material and make us pay
dearly for the same article in the
finished product- ii is by this
met hod that the oast controls the
west. When the west goes into the
mauiifactriug business, and only
then, will this condition change.
Then I he constant (low of money
from west to cast will cease. In the
east every tilth- town is a maun
"The Statcman has often suggest
ed I hal factories be established in
Columbia. We have argued the
mutter from every standpoint.
Again we insist, there is nionev
for capitalists and laborers who
will engage in the manufacture of
eerlain commercial articles. We
have the raw material for many
things, Look at our inexhausti
ble bods of coal ; our splendid beds
of lire clay: broad forests of tim
ber; iii.irries of building stone,
find et we are content to let these
things remain almost untouched
and buy from abroad what we
could make at home."
, v V'.- ; .
j5 . - ..
Dr. '. d. Porter, who is holding
a very Mioi-fssful revival meeting
.-il the Mexico Dnptist church, of
which he is pa-dor.
is ill wars n mouiiin'
't'iltlSL- M ll 1 1 oil n '
me 'niie wronn;
l'.n er dismal sn't of enni'n'
Makes up iluli lifc-loa soiij;.
I 'nan m yall sec no beauty
l.'i ili-rted from on lii-h;
Jl' lei knli.s i t is dull duly
To sili, : ! i , cijli.
I eii i I'm tuiii'le, imn'le,
l innn'le all de day.
I'i an' ncvali try
I'm- In l.inli nl the sl;y,
I 'e- 'jnnii le dali life cfwiiy.
Sunn- follin h aUv.iy.s a li-etliu'
'( 'au-e di V lllis Mi II 1 1 Ii 1 1 Wo,
1 11 all de tillli- l'o''.tili'
I 'i i mn.-'ly MiaUes it mi.
''.fdi ain't un no Hurries
U liii Ii i.'cy kill i all dull oVV II,
I Icy eati lies Milne one else's,
tin leuaii, nman, mu.in.
I ' n it's irniin'le, (.'ruiii'li-,
i ruin le all di- day.
I loan' in ah try
I'.ili to In..!; at de hky,
I'e- jrain'le dab lifeerwjiy.
uine li.lks dey alaVH irrisin'leH
Aiiuiit ili,-!,i-r iind ila);
I'e.H .-il rmni' and uiiiiu'Icn.
I ln vv under.- u here di 's at,
Wake- airly in de inii'.v nin'
l!n fee!:-jiih' like dey lulls'
l'eirin ri'bt vvifile diiwnin'
To fll.-c, flll-S, fll-S.
I ii n it's u-i ii iii 'le, riun'le
irinii'le all de day.
I 'nan nevah try
I'.'li In luuk at tin- ky,
I': - vniiu'le .'all iii'i. er ay.
i r.n '. Iloimrt.
Tiic Critical Moment.
' I ii i nil. '.mi i;. in t ill. Ilit- v ati .
' 1 '
oohs . f p
in overt v an I r li b dues-, some
f ib in 'ii ooi i:ou-es', stung
v ' he i i. n, t ioii o; li ..ii.t con
s il r ii i;ii dues i , i , . oui l be
e It e He v lii-i leetel 'o !ci.c the
c iiieu'. tiiometit, to grasp the oji
1 1 mi ity when it was prc-eiited.
II c li t t!ie oi.oort line line xlin
,,,, f j ;. w , ;i
;L , . t j
Such failures or wrecks arc scat-
tere l nil along life's shores. Tin so
people hesitated; they vviinUd to
consider, to think it over a little.
They t.u'd not s e bows few days,
a short delay, would make all the
difference between success i.nd
I low many an- Immi lcsaud pota
to day because they let their in.
sin ane, i mi out ! Tl.ny thought
that surely the r h m , which h id
is aped burning fr years while
it wu i n-tire.l. vo,i'd not luke
lire for a few days unlit they had
time lo have the in-nr i':ce renew,
ed. Oh, the thou-aads who have
been I uiui d in life by w.dling a
lew da s. Success.
Missouri Crop Report.
Col. I'M 111 A. M . De -. I. Ti e
Unit 'd States Depart incut of
Agriculture, Climate and Crop
MuM 'tin of the Weather llii iiin,
Missouri section, lor Noveniher. Is
"Ti t- went In r iln :n Novem
ber, lS'.HI, Mi- remarkably mild
throtighoii i he St d , and while in
nio-l ictioa- t ! ere was less p'e
c:pd.i'ioi. than u-il il. the supply
ofniesur- Was geiietiily suffi
cient to - Hi- oi-iwth of wh a' and
small grasses, except in a few
northern c.niint ic-, w'.iio-o more
rain was iieeiled.
''On Ihe whole, tie weather
con! I harllv I avc been more fav
orable lor I he w' cii crop, which ia
rcpited in excellent condition
in ii -.ti-1 . every counlv. Grass
In ppcis an I wotms did eonsid
eiiilile (lain ie to wheat 'U a fe v
counties d a1 ng Oi-lober, bit
-ii cc Ihe l a d f o ts. of the lir t
Week of N Vc t.1 c Mill Ol- 11 i
lit ill i. c Ii s I'-- no. ' v n - els.
-'ii a numb r ol Iln- Con Ira1 and
Easlel ii count ii s. howcvci, early
siiivnl win :il is i, ,oi I, d lo be full
of the c. -: of he Hessian lie. As
a result of the unusually warm
weather v. h is' m i me districts
has made ll Vi I'- rink growth, and,
as the phm's arc teioier. it is fear
ed i bat, .li'iilda Midden freea
occur, much d imsi ivoall nnuit
III sotii" co.ili'i'-; III" lie'ds
be-in; a lured. I u general, h i '
ever, th- o itlook i- illliisilllby
'Corn L-alheriu is wl) a lvatic-
ed in all seciious. and in many
countries is parclieally completed,
the winter having been exception
ally favorable for th it work. In
sum ' of iht! X i-; heii-li-rn e..iiiili-s
nun h ol t he i'ii, n is i f poor rpo. ,i
Iv. due to the late piatited having
he. ti killed by Iim-I ..I Iln- close
of Scpleinh- r.
Counting on Uncle Sam.
LuNKiiN, Nov. all. loseph
Chamberlain, Seei-itarv of State
for Ihe Colonies, in a speech at a
luncheon at Leieesler toilav, said
thai ever since he grcal split in the
l.iliei .il pari v be had round liiins. If
:i mark fur I he sl.iiidi r and ini- rrp
fe-eulation-. of iln- "lia.-er -oi I of
poll 1 1 1 - i . 1 1 . , . ' I, nl I hal in- had fuiliid
eompelis.il ion ill Iho ;u ,.-,,is ;(p.
preeialion ot lie- majority of his
country men. 1 1-was d.-cply jriiili
lied thai Ihe loi-oioll I'el ilioiis of
(iroat l'.riliiin were so .-at isl'aet'iri
and asserted ihal Ihe country owed
a ih bl of gratiludc In Lord Salis
bury for Ihe great improvement
in (neat Hrilain's position. It ua
espeeiallv grul il'y in";, be said, to
noli- the friendly relation. ci-tin:r
between the Angl Sao,l brain li
es; th.-it the uiidi r-lainlin:; between
the foiled States and irenl I'.ii
laiii was imli eil a ipiaranlee of Ihe
pence of the World.
This statement vvas ;;reeei with
cheer-.. Ii was o the utmost im
portance, Mr. Chamberlain fuller
remarked, that lire-it liritain rduuibl
n I remain i-ohited in llurope and
her na! uritl iilli i:i' - wa.--
gfeat iefluan Empire. They had
diilieiilt ies with ii miany, but
tie il- ilitele-l- ;.l,d -elll I lie-lit s Were
I In- same.
We'll be After 'Hm.
II,.--! II II. Ol
I ll-ei. David A. Hail's sj h
in Ihiseitv l-l-l Moinlav eilerlioon
made nstrotiL' impression on the
voters who beard him and all who!fiixt! ''"i' ,,,tll( 'toiMto of Ihe
have expressed lh.-.t-elves in P
hcnriiig wcrecarne.st iullicir praise
i.,.-.-fll ,,. ..i,,.
ol tl f sicHkcr h toiee ami do -
.pieiice. His address was full ,.t
wit and humor complete in its rea
son and argument, and a thorough
application of Democratic princi
ples to the leading national issues.
His arguments were invincible and
unanswerable and created great
enthusiasm among the immense
crowd that tilled the court room to
ovcrllowing. Defeats and reverses
may come, but Deiitoerateay will
not down, and when Mr. Hall's
remarks reached their climax in the
mention of that brilliant leader,
Win. .1. 1'ityan. the old court house
fairly shook with the rounds of
applause. We'll be after 'cm in
llohart on the Adminis
tration. Mr. I lobart determined the ad
ministration's policv in the Philip
pines by rusting the deciding vote
in the Senate against Senator Pa
con's amendment. Otherwise it
would have pledged the United
Slates to withdraw from the Phil
ippines ami recognize the Filipino
lb- was the President's confiden
He made the administration aso
cial su ss and hereby ate himself
lie was worth 1 ,."(H),(H)0 and
had .-in enormous life insurance.
The Eipiititble Life alone carried
him lor $100,(1(10.
lie was president of four corpo
rations and director in twenty-six
lb- was not a clubman Ilis fa
vorite ainusetiieiit in the evening
w.-is play ing cards ami telling or
listeiiiu1.; to stories.
In Washington be nml Mark I lan
na w er.-ehums ami freipiently spent
their evenings together.
Itis Whispered About
iha w, ntei's blasts have been
fit : boil a niout'i by this good
w. a her nt 1 a t.
j That, til for ti.i. V.nrk Hannawill
(i i tlii- ii'usts for campaign binds.
That, the coiinrv candidates will
-o 'ii iie-iii , come out ot ihe
v o ils in dead carm-sl.
'il.ii', the revival niecliu a', tint
r.at -i cli.iii' ii has wrought a
er, iit jo id a I ready.
Ti.at, the only way a scaudh; ciiu
liiij'i'O'.e is lo die.
That your neighbors all know
no re u'i mi you tnau yt il think.
'I'hat mii'ciu-s may be made in
Inuvcii, but love may be nod- in
an V Oel pi ire
'ill 1 1 in loi'-eim uts of t he niiieii -ipil
uv i.crdiip o the Alexiu i . e;i c
tin: nejit plant life f'reil ling like
wil I lir -
ih it il l- Mi nnauk i.s gaining
Ic f, .o ,i, i t, I V !. V.
1 MusiCt Smoke or Drink.
i.tni i:n. .Mo Nov. ;i i. --lmign
liroiid ii,s, in p iroling A ocit l-'ur-incr.
m bo Wil. Sea teiici-il In C Ice
via si i ll. peniteiil i,i.y Irbii-
! -i ,i c in iiitti-d at mii th Vnle,
I i . t:i m r it in- u-ii n ii cd cigiii
, el I-- o, v hi-ke . t ie paritlc vvoiild
end an 1 In- w onld be or.
pel, III III ill'V.
red to the
M s . .1
I'llic.dl, . f Mexico,
l.ouis friends I 1st uu k.
II d . S. D Du . I er nml .1. A.
I I'll I n . t Oi have been hiding ail
iii i ; -oni profitable iw v,.l
uieel iug iii 1 1 igblainl . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 , in
M r. and Mis. II. Sat m in, nea I
I, i hi mi. i, -1 .1 1 1 1 bit Sunday vtilh
M n co I lien 1 -. Mis.Sitiii.ii las
be ll ' Illl - I for Ve.ilS VV lib i l- al
ii 1. 1 a nl jnsi i-. i-.j dly, thru Dr. A
' hi' ' "f M".icn. lliaoXelill
1 1 ii' In c c . wi fe I ne cause ol her
: 1 1 1 uld . I ln- prop, r l eni 'dy has
bee. i a pli I .lei Ml'. Silt lllllll is il
; v el , h.ip..v vv ( man.
i El'I. I.D. iire-r w.s icientlyj
bil led to i;iiii li aiie'.lier ye ir, one.
So. iln . ii i !i ni'iiii ii tor t c
: " t . r, -1 in 1 1 idiiiii-ii ,U Laddont.
I Eld. tireer has been called for flip
H,, U a , chi. r i a'.Xew lihnm.
hd !, a I .wav rou.ity. I Ie is g.v .. . . . . M,ssour,
in the church at Kuhoku, Clark .P , iouri.
, , iT. S. Agents wanted lu every
jtotinty, th" other ba'f cf Ins time.j ,UWIl
Longfellow's First Poem.
Longfellow bewail to write, vcw
m when lie win only tiiucyi ar o'd.
nut it may en. outage tt In r vcr.e
m.ikcis to know tint lii-i nrt effort
at wooing the Mu.-es wn8 not h
very brilliant one. One day at
school, 1 Inn ty with other uieuiber-t
of hi clii'H, was asked by his tench
er to w rd" ii t oni osit on on any
subjec.-. The future po.t, on the
spur of the mioiu(ii I , could think ot
nothing more inspiring tit Write
about tli-n u turnip, mid tin- follow
ing po in win producd:
Mr. Kinney had n turnip,
Anl it grew behind Itie barn:
Ami it grew, nml it grew,
Ami it ne'er ili.t any liaun.
And it grew, and it grew,
Till it could cjuvv nn taller,
When Mr. l inney pulled it up
Ami put it in the lell.ir.
Ami it Iny, ami it l.iy,
Till it there bee, .in to rot.
When his danliti'r Susie wnthed It
And put it in the put.
And it I'uilctl, nml it bnilcd,
As linij; as it was able ;
When hit d.nmlilii l izzie look it,
Ami put it on the table.
Mr. t'inney an. I his family,
They all sat down to sup,
Auil they ale, ami they ate,
Till they ate the turnip up.
India Going Backward.
Clili'AtiO, ll.l.., Dee. 1. "Eng
land hits dest roved the factories
which once existed in India in fa
vorof .Slanehesterand I liriniiighani.
She has made India what it is, but
she has not been aide to reduce it
to I lull stale which common rumor
has it-a decayed country,' 'said Sis
ter Xivcdita of the Order of Kem
akrishna of Calcutta, at the mouth
Iv meeting of ihe Chieipro Art and
Crafts Society tonight. Ilcr sub
tcet was "Ancient Art in India,"
and she drew a eomparsion between
the conditions of Ihe crafts as they
exist to il. iy in India and as thev
w-ere hundreds of years ago.
While she admitted that India
had gone back in some things, she
held thai it was doc lo action of
the English ( iovei niiieul in hiding
the true resources of ll omit rv
from I h" world at large.
More Missouri Mules.
Xi'.w Oki.kavs, l.v. ). c I. -The
l!rin- h ( li v a 1 1. mem i- so well ph as
d with the S.(Ki:) Missouri mules
ii has ii'n a ly puicbas-d 1 1 1 m t it
vi i I buy a second lot, hut how ma
ny has not. y. I be ii if lel iniuisi.
The tr.inspori An ilmode LHiriugu
Hitiied for ('ape Town to-dav with
1,000 mules, ('..plains Smith ht d
Miirdnl vv. r io i:iesaileil on the
A iisil nu, but re. c i tl li b-graphic
ord - rs t d iv to i cm mi in i h" Unit
ei 5 n'e- foi s v crnl wteks loaywr
f r Ih" pin p t-e o i.sitmg West
n. J buy in,' ;i Id i a, t. :il mo b h. Tbe
oir-o, lluT-lor , went in ( bar-n ot
Dr. Stc hen ll oni ol the Uuivcr.i
ty t f I'euiisy linn .'. w I o will II 1 uu
1110', I'I illl pi Sill ll tin- Itlitisll
Veto. in., IV -C i cc in Soil ll Atriill.
I tut h e nil r llci ni - id h iivm hfie
fo' Cup '!' w n on D. . . Ill, iih
1. 000 coli", i' iiii I y el nil t:i;-.'
fl-n S-. el, l e. Hy ! .i lime tbe
I S i'i i ll vV .1 I )c, ill n e il vt i Ii4e
in -de up i ,s n o.. I le .v niinv more
tniil -s arc ie i-L l 'o S mi li A fri' an
W'l'vn ., an i (a, in - .m i b '.ii I
Ma wha I wi i b - eclai e l to make
pnrcha es in . 1, it , ha s is Ctl y
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