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KtaUBHID CVEEY TBUMDAT. T- THHO. D. FISHER v ht armingtOB timn. 7k MJXLI8HBD IN THE INTHKEatY off ST. FRANCOIS COUNT! ONE DOLLAR A -Y aatasrthtr urn Um sais. t; a VOLUMEfXXVI. PAKMINUTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1899. T Mm r tk Tom see iy seta mtviit X lb maw u ra ilea m:n nana X imI bay mr M tenet i ..- I'.tag utid NUMBER 52. titftttinofon I IIIIIII) The Well-Known Evangelist Pas-re-d Away at His Home tn Northfield, Mate. EVER RALLIED FROM THE FIRST SHOCK Me saw l.arlh H reed lar: ! liim Up. ulna ii ml Heard Ihr olrr Ska I VI I' "in Mr Had II, .u aaatf uiiio Him. Kani tmlaaWM. Maw.. Dec. 11. Iwi,'hi UNsBa.tkc ri.-uigcibi. who feme nan nrli wide, died n- hie holm here ui y.-nter.lui Hi, fam ily wrrr gather. , at I-Is hnlaidc, autl the dying nui n s hint niniiiruls m aptnl in i furling thriii. Ki.ru Ihr P.ad Ma. Hear. Kotly in tin- ilu Mr. Moody irallrd 1l t tlir nut mil fur off.mul tnikrj with Inn fuiuilt nt inli ri :ils. Item., roast-ions In ihr in-1 Faaaja for few fuintiug aaalla, . n,,., ,r revraj ami, with wonderful display u .. r'h ii lii- SOteC, Miid lit it happl strain: "What 'a tin' ksattrr . What n point; w hrri-.'-' tin at Uw childrea replied: "Father, in. i lur. e not Ireen quite at' wi '). and bo Wt BMSM bj t0 you aW DWIOM1 Mutiny A little hit, i Mr. Maodj talked quite freely to I. is soaja, a ting: latinlithle Vnihllloa. "I hair nlt'iiys la'rii nn nu n f ions mnn. i, nt him lii ' ii ii i- ti, lay op wealth but tii kajvt you MroHi In do. unit jtaj'n going in .mtiuue ""' wnrl. of the a. bonis in Kasl SiM thtirhi. an t Mount ll mum ami of ihr f Inntgn Hihle inati tutr." Aa Hi, noon day hour drew nrui Ihr unit-hits ut Ihr In-dmde notril Ihr ap proach of ilrath Sow nil times his lipa moii'il nn if in n prayer, hut thr art liition nn M f :i mi that thr minis ruiild not be heard l iar Ihr Me el y r lrpba. Just as druth Mr. Moody auok. ns if from nlutiilM-r, nml said with much jut mi-ncss: "I Ut rarth receding: lleiten in oH iiiiir; liial i calling mr." n nl a niomnit lain ha expired l.rarral llrrnklaa lion a. Trn ilmth of Mi MimmIi iim nut tin aaaaaettd, aHlHraali hia t-inairur re- i rr from illnrsa was hopr.l fi r by bin rrlatiim ami frii -iiiln. I'hr aaaWI of clrul Ii " u aaajaaaj lir. ukn,L. SWaaj ut bin hrullh. dSM In uirin jlk Ilia loiiatlliition n Hint of mi i ir.nl' ii. hlroii" mini, Inn hia i ,,K i iKirn hml itniiliiullt iinih rinlu-il hia tiluliti until thnt M ilvlicali of or ftna, thr hrjrt. ahotird aiffna of 'vrak neaa. ilia rxrrtioua in tbr wrs Inat tnnnlh broufht on the erilit, an I tho rollaar iamc durluf the arrlra ol inert inaa nt bsMM City. An rarly liiattnoaln lij rniin -nt physirlan 'nadr it evldriil Unit Mi. Mxl rondition aiai iH-riou, unil i-nm-rllinir Mi VJiaaaah mi nt. In returned ti. bis homr in Kaat Northtirld Hith Hia laaiiii ITii alalia (111 rrarhiiik bin home, Ihr family phyairian, Ur N I'. M I took clinra;r of Mr. MimhIi . mid for aomr dux liullr tinn aa io thr aitiint'a vooditiun wrrr ianiird, nil hating H rnroiiraifi ik lorn, arimlnifly. but iiii-rrlnfrly pthttttm tn Ihr fun that thr rvuntrrliit'a work on earth a nlaiut liniahrd Ijiat rrk rhanfn for thr aom irrarrd immnliatr fnrn.ls fat whn! waa to romr. Thia erk,boirirr. thr tirnt linprovrd atradily until I nura ilay when iir .iiirureil irry nrrmua. rtrallaell lhat He I'nM .ot Nrnrn. Thurailay rirnlna Mr. Miaaly ap lararrd to im thnt hr roubl not re rovrr. and hr ao informed hia family. PaVWSJf thr niirht In putirnt hml apella of eUrrmr nraknraa, and nt two o'elot'k lr. Wooil km rallrd nt thr re jnrat of Mr. Moody in ordrr thnt his symptom! niifrhi la notrd. A )im ilrrnin injiftion of atryrbninr oauard thr hrmt to brat tmnfrri. Ihr Pa a. Il latSaat. At 7:30 yeatrrday uionilnc Dr. Wood railml i. train, and ubru hr n-nchrd Mr. Moody's rtwro hr found lb- pa tient in a semt-eonaciotia rondition. Thru it ra that Ike famdv wrre railed to thr Ivrdsidr, wberr thrjr rr SaaiMIJ until drntb ABOUT POSTAGE STAMPS. Tb goTrrnmcnt of Rervla has sold tk rnlirt rrmainders of the TWO Issue of postage tuinpa to a man in tluds Pastb. who has divirled thess Into kit of 100. ISO and 100 for waedesalers. Tho lots, agirregallng a catalogue val ue of Won, are sold by him for ISO. The lucsl tariff between rittesof Xew Zealaiu1. nlueh heretofore ws two pence, has brer red need lo one peony. The len-doilnr fmatage stamp of fWangiir, which bat flguretf la all Iba rat slog uc since imis, but which r.o one had ever seen, hni only just been l svaed. lis color Is green and violet. Cuban stump and rovelopee are now la the hand of dealer In tbls coun try. The, nrr icry attractive and Caba eaa boax of hsviny aa pretty a set as any con: iry. The unr -rents vu aad lao ca! a von rnvrlopes are on am brr paper sad tbi rivc-eeniavn oa white paper. There Is also a on-centsvo newspaper wrapper. II reulres five slaatps to take la the Imprint and plate nam bar v oefrt la the special delivery, which take th 0 uit t three. The tea-cent ar prthtei) in brows, aad no: slste, as ws expsctcl, Tba issue o,' all tk aaw jassaalai mn mBtMg wHL MISSOURI STATE NEWS. ttrrral llealba. John I'ariult, vara old. at Ratals. ' aoatrr. ' Mr.. Martial Hndirrra, wtfr of tV If. KiKlcrtn. it her honir In Mrxii-O, .isfi-d f-4. Mat Sim lairn In irajima. ind hud liied In lU.v. lint' tirrrn and I ulton. Miss unri Niriiols, nt Huntaiillc. sprnl 70. .Ii.-rfib Klsber. iitfid Si. a arenlthy lunilstrtaan of Sprin-f.ald, of ruuKr- IMa ol the MaSfA iftrr n short illnraa. lie leanea an ratilr ralimaleii at t ,,p,,.. 'em. Ur mailr hi. foetr.nr . . ,'iilni on; in Bonthi ni Misaouri lilnlar lamia mid riiiiiiiiitr ii'.rt-, suw injlls. At one fun,' h oiMird tin intirr loivu of liraiidin. thr trrtrrinus of thr Current rier iMMSaw Iks Kiinsaa City, Kort hn-olt t M"iii:hoi mud. Mrs. Mildred Humphrey. ugi 91. Hi thr hi'inr ut brr wm-in-liiv, II. L, liulhi r fin .!. nt lliininiillr. "elrsi-r tn Take the Least. Tar bonnl a uinnnyer of the tr-o-Uarlral sur.ry of Missouri hi.s aaSakNl that rHriuiriit.il rorr-drillinir. on Ii s putt of Iks State, 'hull he limited la four ours in inn ih Missouri for na, oil mid roul.uud tn thr Cambium try. In south Mi-nouri. for disrniin.ii ed Irnd nml aaaaayf orrs. A roinm lb c of tbr lassnl tin. iiutbori.'d to adir . liar o days for saateari "nreHtrillmir lu north Missouri, tn aaaVaks of l.uu i lo .i.000 fret, and for riMiti.irt .ii. tlrillilitr in thr Camluiun limr.ionra nl south Missouri, to depth' of 30n o oOt feit The prrselit trr.iloplcal sur iry ta-linrs It is timr for M-iracr Ml tnkr tbr bad lu thr drtrlopmrnl of our mineral rrsoiin-es, instrnd of !'' hsiintr in thr mikr of prartiral nun and disrouriiti" learnedly aiKiul what is already kuonn. HalMlna aaa r I'hr f niiih minimi n-,n of (far, stale suiarvisor of imi iiiirsjr snd Irau usnis-iuiioiis, ii ill Iss ditrfhuti il aril in tin u - yr.ir. It pi1 r. fsirts fnim 10) sajaaaaatksaa, havinit l tJKUjntM of rrnmn. .. Tkfcl kt : irsa rkaa WH, tettk ll.lll.lll.il i -. rrsounrs. Ih- iiajufUaja BasaeJatli in- ft; Irss (bun in l!W, aaWwtag j liitrrasr of SI . ..'Hi, J 7. As, bajtlfajtl if 1 Hint Ihr bMmm 1 liusiness h.ia .: errnsrd iiln.is aaa luilf uiub-r su-r raaVaa, (f tin1 ll raaasettaa; . .i lions, rto nrr in 8'. Ioois, vtith Kvi' i reafMeaSBI I II nrr outsiilr rf Si laaajaavkarlaf t7.7-."i,'in :mi of reenuivrs. j Mure Mlsaonrl Wales. Great llritaiu o- Is-ioiniiitr u aaary bojer of mulrs nt Kansas Citv foi i in thr Trnnniual nnr. Alrrud.i I. , u ) mnir aaet lsni shipM-d to South ' f rlra. A thousHtiil BSfltW will lunr aaajg j In Ihii irek, and another artSST h t l.uuo hriui is almost rertuin, sax. ( .11.. I h. M. Smith, of the llri'i.h nrmi. n I there. The first shipment of IH I . I rrncbrd thr Trausaul, and if m a ' Ice Instrad of using Ibrse mules i s ark mules, aa nun tlrst intendril, 'Ii I rlrtttsh plaretl the mules in h .i 'ji is, j and thry arr dmtnrinirrannnii und I ip- I ply wofrona oirr thr hills in th. Pat r country . I.". I tier Sal". HiW, S.mon WoliT. of Na. Ml Smth Sriclitb .trrrl. SI Ixuiln. ivrnl ilawi ping, and in the i eiiemeni nt tei.it unt upon milking Cbriatinii. pur-chase- lo-t her habj . She a not no much to blcnie, boiicvrr. as ll u-is a very small baby. In fart, Ihr aaaa) re murkalile thing nlaiut the affair in that the tal i tins found. It narrowly cacniM-d la-ing loot forever, for it una I slaiiilK-ring peacefully in a big baak-i-l lllleil nub vvaslr mpcr ulon otto of the men dlscovi-ml ll while Ii- m;is cicunliiK tb vtore after the aatOM l..ul been shut. turned la a Slaaatar Manner. Ml Al. .. in.- Younger, pruprirtor ol a millinery atorr. Hrdalia. wn SSrlnSSl ly burned in a singular mannei. Miss Young, r una cleaning a Trail. rf ton ii III. gnsotinr. and was ruliSi ig the Is-ia la liiern her hands uith , mm,;. able igor when thr friction enusMl the fluid to .'iphttir. Thi flames cu-i-lotrd Mis i , , 1 1 1; . i fnce. iiurnitio ult bei hair and eyebrows uud blister ing l.rl hmtlln illld i. Hi- to thr rill en. Hrr clothing caught on flrr. but th tiaincaf were rxtlnguiahrd by uii aa sistant. Makes Hlaa l-aaah Thr llritlsb i-onaul nt Si l.o n. laughs al Ihc proposed acheme uf tor IlilM-rnians lo raise a million do'.l. r fund for the Itoera. He sayn ll a Hi find ita wai Into tlo- iockcls of u i.-w fellovva who rritc M. P. after their na me, thr same rnud which, he de clares, the monry to 'free Ireland traveled. He add: "If BM ,,f Ikosa men want to go to Africa and make thcmarlvr targets for Ilritish (,'inj that is thrir Imslnraa." Their i.ol.l I rnt. ai.ilrw. A eiirutu robbrry took jdnce tn Maryvllle. 1 turtrrii gold crown, three gold bridgm and Ho pi BJSJ weight-, of scrap gold, of an oggrafmt value of Mis, iverr atolrn from the emoc of Ur. 1'. Sf. Ilbtkr. u drntist. Se-veral of the sets of teeth la-kinged to Mai l t II, pniplr, nnd were Hi, re for rrpnlrs. She Was Mwaeralrk. Mr. Hnllir Tatr, a btkfltl of ti- e months, tried to kilt herself wV.b rough on rata, in St. 1iuin rtet i" eota recidr in southwest Missouri, a.-J she waa homesick. The BVowwd Prate fatal. Miss l.ttht (liltuorr. aged It. died at Carthage, from th- effects of n wound in thr neck, caused by acissor throw by her eight-year-old tanitrn A Hr... Mother. Mr. M. H. lemrtmiu. St. Louis, t-ev rued her two bable from Hint buv tug home. Me 1'nandrred m fSBS. Jaaaes Cook, a planerr of Petti county and the founder of rlmltluoo, died of heart failure at bin home la imlthtott. aged Ta. shot tor Mia Slater YYiliiaai U ntil aka. und mortally noun-led rted Robert aon aear dnpiio. Robvrlaon, it is aawerted, talked about tleatiy ' sister Voluntary Uankraptey. Ridley A McNaal. lutrrrwsrv and fiTO sertes, at Warreuabwrg, have gaaa lata ealaavan bankruptcy. X Mm r The Body of the Dead General Takes to Manila Under an ra cer t of Cavalry. 4RE TEMPORARILY PUCEO IN k VAULT. Tba Dsalh U MSSSSal Uaa I u...l ilal tarsal Harraw la Wsatta. W hrre Hm mm rwnalar will. Aaa-rlsan. aatl Mallsas ailhs-rlllplau Mayors mil AlissU lha Faasfal. Manila, iter. 21. Maj.-tn n rjint .u'a body was bruutrhl from Nan Muleo to Manila irstenlay aftrrmion. hia aUtlf and a sipiMilron of raialry artlno; as aa rort. It was found nfsrrasar.i to bridfr thr riirr. BaasfnaaMaaa of the Heasalaa. Tbr funeral will take plare from I,, a late reside ner here, a mauaiou former ly ovi-upird by a han!ah tfrnrml. 'f'hr lsaly baa ia-ru plaiel triuMirarlly in a vault in Kl I'aeo irmrtriy. where muni f thr Amenenti soldiers hau ls rn intrtrrrt. unit a (runrd of honor will la maiutuiiird. When Mrs. laiw lou mid her loSW children shall Intr i. i .)lrlril Ih. ir in nine. ii.. iiIn for re I i.i mug lo tbr I nitrd Htutrs, the rr iiiaiiis ii ill Is- tuken on a trausisirt with nn rsLort of ofHvrrn fur final iu- tt riurnt, nn is thouglit probable here. o Arlinirton eeinetrry. ( award I aUeraal Harrwwr. (Jen. Law ton's death luu rauard UOf irrnsl aorrow in Manila. No Amrri iii offlcrr hnd greater topulsilty aaSSaaj nil ranks, and in hia drnllnffs :tb the nntiie lie eonimuuded their ItSSpaef and eontldenee to a remail..i bl degree. 'Ihr mayors ivlmm h' in- Stallril in the iiei-htKiring towns are arrniigiug lo nttrml the funrral in a body . t atrrril Ihr I'rnarnssme I.Oinrd. To Jiis evreutiir BkHttj ami s-rsi"i.il naSjaVrsllip in rblifli due thr brilliant rsi-eutiuii of tin plan of ea niwigu in BOfta Luzon, whieh bus watterrd IJu inniii rrrtionnry liiri. n from Man Isidio to the gulf of NagajSaV That BattaM uf tin- iHlmul uhieh luul lo la1 truvrrsed luring the irry uorst arnnon of thr liar, ptaasated dinieulties soHsaflsitd t ull aaaaBlalad with It to be nlmusi liisunnouutiililr, but lien, yawtaa Ibornughly eorered hr progruiotiu- ns aifraad him. shared Hie I at ol Ills BhSB. When hr faaakal I'mug m il foiin.! I In other division had ir't uriiinl, he wrnl thnnigb In IHigupnn on his ..wn r esponsibility. Although hr imosed h'rent hardships on hia men. he in niiubly shnreil Ibrir lot i beei fully. I he Wawsaawl al Walaa. Thirteen Amrrirnna. ineludiiig thre.' ofllirrn, wrrr woiiudrd in thr rngn..'e inrnl at Mateo, where (ien. I.nw lou wua killed, ("apt. llrreklnriilgv'i WSNSBd is not lonsidrrrd daiigrroua, although thr luillrt ietietrnled bin arm iod side. Tr Inrees Kncaaed. It is rstiuuitrd that the iuniirgenla ' ,l'b"1 M-V skal bnlf of thru. were armed with rifle. The Amrri cans itiimlnrred l.:iot), but the e im in.unl hnd In-cn innch depleted by nick nean. The wagon train found Ihr rtuida tripa- Satd was obliged lo return. The insurgents retreated to the u. oilmen!, leaiing six dead. A ti. t i Slroaahoia. They ban- other force near Tayfiy. TMs region, nllbougb clone lo Man, la has pruied the inosi difltcult fnim which to dislialge thr enemy. It i now reported that the insurgent lo tend to concentrate at Banta Crua. Lagnna province, and in '.lie distrlel east of Iagunu de Hay. GLIMPSES OF LAWTON. leel.lei.Jt io ihr Career of the in trepid . .litter Shots kaat thr -loft He na Made ol. The following review of the career of Mnl.-lieu. Henry YY. Ijtwton will be read with atblctl iutrrcat, in view of hia recent death nt the liuudt: uf a Cilipino nhsrfnihiMitcr in I.tirou: v Native of ohla. llanrr W, Lawlno waa turn In Ohio M year ago H" waa a country taiy and k"t only nitinioti school education -not any too nueh of a. it is i,. be doubted Ii he would have learned a great deal If kept steadily at college until he attained hi. majority. Kmphat It-ally .ie hi n t a book suit Htudylng lh- printed page ha been lo mm alwu;s a tk ar.d never a nleasure. Men are hin mtokn men and lo, nt. filings HI folk vere idain lar mar folk from them I.. I. rued his lei,i.th and sUe ol bone The tremendous mus cle, the Urate rnduranee whleh hue marked him In later life had Ih b-gln-aasa of their development in the town air of Ih Arid or hi boyhood In pecs en (ran. laiwton waa a wurtdoT Hiandlng n feoi s tn lies nigh, a sirmthi " - a m" . hi, it , i ,., k iirnia, wt ir snouKwr. deep cheat and thin Hanks, he w-ehrhad Ut pound of bone and muael ;le when fi ejl old and rerenlly Wetgh.-d .'M sot a 1-oJlflenl . Soldier. I at wlnn never waa When hr got hi romr ular nrmy he was asm which WA soon are l-illtltal soldier aslon In the reg d to a regroic ii l :o tho rrontler. sal remitollon aa 1't.ere h,- uataftA tbt . in.ii in flakier whj. gwhad mil. h to do with hi ajsjeinttuyejgtar a eo mm and in tho wat MB realmrro an In iniatt at t iaalaut caoxp . uc aaa assnt , . m em m.i .inn, ..-laSS ia who saa rsraay-aii ua-sto-t was I "SUtt Of Itaettniut.. .-t. i.-e Ihln l...m nght.r iwaha, f.-eti aCela the Mextean border anseVflBM tavr trail .f th, v My Aaachr tdef vat th- faairuae. o? ih Bearva Mailr It Is an .niarewtlng fact that part li.tpat hin In tliln Anach oimpii'jning brought out Ike nghtii.g uuahtl -s of aar gasa Leonard Wnmi, and laid '.ha founda tion of h NBatataSa which Inditrert ih admlnlatrrflan in iithortse nlm to eeawn I. th. Uough HWer lawton xnd Wood were tojteTkar In the fJeconlaio camiisign Ing Thoy found Ihiunilv togrthar gain last June at rintUaw.Latwton had lag a dtvtelon and Wood commanding a aa aa. To rot) Tears la the l.tn. 6ftr hia as years nervk-e in the line, lek made him famous na an Indlin oaatBalgpeT, Lavftoa. in Ms, war trao ferred to kk ofr a a ileu.en an l -colonel and ajndatant tnaiiclcrr-gneraJ II was tstloned in W aahlnatrm to veal, aud was occupying a desk at the war dciMr' Mni orhew Ikn hiM.lll.lu.i.n u. . . . on Ilia field record atood him well In ids ' wgvvix::, LavrttHi ws one of the irat ofWer given : a i, isn t ommiasiot. ano put in caarae i.r i moblit.d r a alara Had be beam of uks ( fttta. issiisv aaa itoi ooaiier, have had thr twruuM of Ih Bantlugo ' iaaana hi rtiri Vwwart wTri rwoai ! rtvapo risible work. He Ftt4. upon tin trainatl soldier lo Is., m 1W1- una ... ciow tn on ta ctty frWlaeTaarih lia- ton ram baase with hi division to M law, n nai nn wsaon or seise ia his pan of th saaasssw. sad in naagaiiais never . v est with hts swat 1 rwlo contro- o ooatron 1 SI svuV i or wrth hia ,ub No opeanrh at nis aroiaat 1 1 c 0110 rorta ea- war. usnsi mmm wtta Hmui tla'taS salraia and other ufflrera if ruffe rank j wen. nrvaanl. ajH.rh fUwwad si- ii I Moms arlaa ihiue- arara aid. aaa wlao I s..m.. ihiaaa not particularly arlaa. Law on a i urn came in, aiusi smiu a Danny n und f applauar Ma nowad tn Ir ml. u ihr Main and to lb left Then ha aal down without a word. The act waa iioos haintaomalv It waa lust like 1 -as too, whrj Is fn-turntl lirsi-rUstsl li broltisr "I ftrera aa 'th. moat loodrsi own in lbs aim, . a ii.it) i redlled ta lislni. The alary of Ihr returned soldier from r, muao wh" met profuse a.lmlruuoa with the rcainuuir. I ain't do hero. I'm onli a rag lar.' la said to ha ortsinairJ with tlrn Lawtaa. If the renaral did not start the story he waa one of the Ural to trtl It. and thr aailafailoii he took in iba raaatlUon aaa very plain A Medal ol II..,..., Mas That Oaa. Law ton waa a m .... ol honor tna- is not aenrraily known This rmi prtaeu decoratbrn ur the American army waa lonfrrr.d upon him "far dU'.iu au'.abr.l Kail tntry in I, aUll.t a rhalrr of sklririiish. rn uaalnat the enrm rtnei (.its, t.ikina- thoi with taalr orrupanu and atlaatiuiul und auecaaafully reatatiiut two ilrtrrmlned .itlj.ks of Ihr enemy to nv taki the works '' It was In from ol At lanta In Auauet. ISM. while rapr.in of Ct nucny A. Thlrtlrih Indiana, that Laa ton thaa Uatlnulsbc-l blmaeir The Paraatf of A.aehea. It waa Law ton a laputatlon far daruut and tlr.lsaa prrtlnarlly that led to in- See mliis Ini. niatl iiiillv famous hu uar. in irnsitra were known, of eouraa. to nt sup.ri.ir uflteara as UwrouaMy as they ere known to the Ind Cor tii h. n. I lorn tiehoni.' lor s dnarn y trim, time the band or Apnrhra. handed by Chief Na reeled by tjrronlmo. had jute I'srlwa reaarratlon. Iraiuia I Hat uauai trail of hlixsl and i men wrre but tiered on ton o !-. : n brains wrrr .lashril rttahu i an-J ul th. U,n ,d Ihrro I. it, and ilia nru..k. of burmna .Iw.llinaa runs- day and nmhi to the brtlmut blue sky Ueo aftli-s, u traan.il sol.il. r awl an Indtsu niu ir luiaaelf. waa In eonimsnrl and h" srls...ri L'apl. Ijiwtun for the task that was art I" lor. 1 hem II.- nlnrlid wllh I.., Irn.itta of veterans, taklns a trail that at Its b (lunlinf was broad and plainly marked. suo'ln ih'TTli l.v TT, "'"",''" Pr- n:-.r o n tin rrus-lrss loll onllliuad 1 he In - Milan I" UTft ll" I, -I M ' intlllin BMU sp.-r.llly round tbrmaelee In a conn- ' i,,.. tr wh ! hor. . alihout elaws ware u( I .... . , . worar than no a. . om.t Thrir offleer dls '. ( orliin reccm-d a tclrgrani mountMl them. ' Wr will walk ihun from lirn. H. A. Alger aayina: "1 11 W.n Waa while iiln. h. and eli.lliranea ajlauiat Indian . ratlnrss anil cnOurunc Terrible K perlr arwa. i nar r.K-kn that blistered th bant i. h n l. -ii- h .1 In rai in. - no lrp and it.uk ttial Itiroucn thr n.trros rift f vr over- head Hie stum wrre visible at noontide, up ih.- sldia r huge hills down wtiirh trlikle.l mulct of Just. threadloK pain ai' -uK .rri ipn f whleh IrowneiT up in fTcaa i- Keys b.ouu fast below, drinkina V .olil eiaaff ipnugn lhat aushisl atnivr Ills ep.uil-". nonu-tlmra tn Ih- nun-haked Ufa ert. Mala ilambrllng far iH i.iud the tlln b t Ha. Lawton and tits followers slru' ated on . .-k nu'-eredrd w.rck Men dropisuL fatiiiins. In th- gtam hill and their rom radea pa as ml on There waa no ttmr to mil) l'h.y weir left io nml their way baaa lo ihr rearrvallou aa l -rai they coui.l. lasfiaa sad white were farmer) worthy uf ' ... I. ,-ther n atrid. an, I the Issue of Ih (ontrst sin In doubt to the last day. SnpreMir 'I'eal of lot Finally, one night Just aa thr annlrlrs wrrr art then- was a faint hall and an In !!.,!. siisid before itirm. Hr waa worn ta the 1MB, but dauntless still lie aald thai hi thtef would talk lu thr whit man. hut aoaM lulk to Mm alaas Hts camp waa aim.- miles further ..ii. but the meaaeu.r would guttle l-awtou lo II if he tared la .me. Thr non.a.ms. rndritvoreil in s?r- BaSa the raptaln against tile venlurc.leit ! I". nmll.-d sourly al them and told lha In dian lhat he wns irmly They left th J eiimp of ll" ohtler th- nrxt morning Ity 1. 1. o i lo. k Liiwton t. Mat In the Ap.t.'tts hordr 1'dtnrnoun ryes glenmed al him Ltpa drawn back from discolored teeth grinned at him Wnair.l hands were wav.d at blm thrralenlngly. atrru. duia- loaut. the living, hrrnthlng prraonlfn niton uf the great White spirit that had beatrn inent nark rr.im i.'o- lar ..m.-rri vera or the land thri had nwi.nl. hr walk.-d ni.wusui to in'1 iii.-.."ii. niui. ami o.'m.ill.l -r.1 his surrender There waa a brief Bar- ley. latwton contemptuoualy reruard ta promt.- anything or guarantee igiy ihing, except that he and hi rollower would be fed. "Maybe you will Is- hanged afterward, ' h- aald "I don i know about thai Anyhow, v. a ought to lie Hut I'll feed yanj I'd feed a dog in your fix." apache Heslalanee Srnkr. A month aftrrward tiaronlmo. N.n hea an. I Ihrtr hand ol lulthroatn war pria .uiera In Ktortda. Not only waa the siw-r for evil of this particular trlb.- nullnel, but the anlrtt of Apehe realatance waa brokin. It had bean damonatrated that Hot . .add In- beaten at their own e-M-Itlic ..in. the while man had ahowa Ihem thnt hr waa thstr master, menially. morally and phyaleally. It waa this sere, lea which railed latwton from the wast and landed him In Washington, with nn ti official preatige. 'I.KT US'. I.IKI il SflLUIKM S'AIX." l.rn lav, ton's Choir uf a favofll Air Proved I'rnphetle. New Y'ork, Dec. . During tbr rarly years of the civil war, a party of young men walked out of n theater In this city sfter the prrformuncr of the I 'i. rn. then laiptilur. Marltnna. Htand- i ing head und shoulders iilrotr bis com luinion. Henri t Ijtwton. then a captain in the Thirtieth Indiana, tvaa l i hup- Ihc ntost conspicuous of the group. He hml only recently been promoted from the first lieutenancy in the Ninth Itttliunu, nml tie was ou a short furbiiigh to New Y'ork. 11c grew enthusiastic over the per formance. He had mil baaa ulde. lu Indiana, lo see much of oiiera, nml to gether with hia natural liking for music, the martial spirit of lion Cear dc llaxan completely woo l.im. The tenor on ihnt nrcacinn waa an ex cellent one. and the young captain was taken with the famous olo he gilinmg: v.n. Ii me like a soldier fall Cpon aan iien field ." At the concliislmi of the many en csires (apt. lawton turned to bis friends and nmsrked that the . mg eyprraacd hia acni lineni in their en tirrty. As laxwTon walkrtl out of the theater he trittl to aiug ihc words, but bryontl the flrst few he could re member little. Then hr would bum tbr tune until t loae who were with blm remarked that be nuglit tn lenrn tin in unir la-fore trying to give It. Hut p";sJ-nBtTirrd banter did not aui In leaarn the love of the soldier for Ik sentiment nnd at. YYhrn he rrtunicd to hi regiment be went lo th- Imndmaater and asked him to get the music uud to learn tbr piece ajaMI whieh hi fancy had fallen. When the selection arrived, tbe bandmaster was dismayed to find that it waa alaiuet strictly a tenor aolo. Nrverthelrna, aa pr mini, -nl was Capt. I .no toii that the brndmastrr turned (he aolo into a rparch, which Hie band played aa one of the favorite deer of the regiment And during tbe rontiiuiou rim of (apt. lawton through thr varum grade to that of colonel of tbe regi ment, hr never hart his love for that Ml of eon; with which he had beootiMf etiBinored that night tn New Votk After tbr war. hr love for the piece -ir w la tame almoai known aa taw ton a aaaa AM lor Ike Widow af Oak, lawtoa Irtdlaaapoli.. Ind., llee. Sl.-Withln two hours after the publication of Ihc i ... .r T I - W1 ' tht wr derarttnent for nU for the wife of HaJ.Jirn. lawton, aaaa waa aubaertbed in thia oiy by asm. per sou. Capt. VY. K Engilah, who served with Oen. lawton in th Boaii 1 Ish-Americaa war, headed tbe Hat with j tOO. II. Ii. Htinna. who m at tho head of the monetary rnritnt asitm, sJao uUacrlLvsd tuu. The Fund to Secure the Homestead of the Lawton Family Will Be Made Up. TssE CQHTRIBUTIOHS ARE COWING IK Army oatrrrs. tlrn In rwhllr Plare. and lrl.ale 1 lllaewa tie etlfh i.nrii sjakaa i ta icaon ta iMnlh tbr falhwrar f the Vtld mm aiwd thr orphaaa. Waahiiifrloa, lire. St. Ailjt -flrn. Cwrliiu. the hrail of the committee charged with Ihr rollrrtrnn of fuuda for the la-nrfil of the family of thr lute tlrn. Ijiivton, is in receipt of rxpres arnna of symiuilhv und of nilllngnema to co-Hriitr from all ipiartrra of tba Sovnlrv. Some of tlieae are uccuin- latnieel ay r-mtiibutinus of money ! and altogrtbri HkM ' promtar of a gi-neroua respousr lo tar committer a appeal Issued Wrdiiewday. The broki-rnge firm of Wonlen A Co.. of New York, lias voluntarily on drrtukrn to colled Itinds on tw atock rxchaiipe The loiiimittee aim to col lect el Iruat ttti.OOtl Th Klrat latrikitlen. Tbr first contribution in Washing ton came from n clerk in the war dr- ! Mrttmnt. win. contributed from , send SIISJ lor the lam "ill tuna. Maj -lien. Sbsfler nt Han KranciMp, lelegrnpbrd thnt he will do every thing in his power to help Mr. Law ton. A telegram wan n-ceiied from Mr. I . H. Hamilton, of Milwaukee, saying that the citireiis of that city nulbor ied liitn to offer !aM ns n nil. -It us of a fund f"r the itidow and family ol lieu, latwton Ker lira i r old Latvian. lien. ( orbiit receivr-il a Irlegmiii from Col. Setburn. of the inapectoi' gertf-rara dt su itn-nt, coiilribuling lint) for "liran- old laiwloii." A subiK-riptloii of SVi wa received , from J. A. I'orin. of tbl citv. A lie.ert.as Ste.pn.WM. lien. Corbin received a trlegrnm from n gentleman In Pennsylvania, ' who diM-n not wish bin name made pub I lie. eoiitril.uting tl.oofl to the laiwton fund Other contributions received this morning are an follows SeerelBry Johll Hal, tf 1 (Ml; Annistattt Secretary H. C. Tuylor. ISMi Mm. Addison Porter, IlltO; MrCoakey llrutt. of New M ork, 100. lit poellory of Ike t'awd. The Kiggn nniiotuil liank, of tin eitl. ban la-rll dent L'li'l t ed lis till d inavitnry of the laiwton fund Lieut. Col. Clarence Kdvvard. wh. was tctitporiirily acting a ften. lain lon'a chief nf ntnff. bun been iustrui-t.-i) by the secretor.v of war to siiieriutenii the transjiorlaii.ui of fieri laiwton'n retnaltis and aeeomiuny thrm to Ihin country. MM I HAS. ItlM. n SI I I t:. Miletawkeeana Thnuk Hlaa Car a I'bawee fo awhaerlhe. Milwausee. Dec. '2. In ciinivi-l to '.hr npx.i! from Washington for nub- riitioiiH lo pie. off Ihc lu. rluiii;. on lien, l.uu Ion's boinr. (ien. Chnrlc. Sin.', who for lime rtmimandrtl a brigade in lien. La oion'r ilivl.ion, crew up u sulap-ription impei to-day-end has uiready secured a haitdsonut retttrn. lien. King says: "Talk a in 1 1, i 1 1 public being un grateful. It i given the lie to-day. Men bote come to me to tender thelt Minpnthy .ind siioat rlpilona, nnd in niy trrrsonul amnna n doger. have nakl: Tluuik you for the chance to do aonietltiug for the snke nf lawton.' ff other towns la-gin to do half that ha hern iton- in Milwaukee ami In-di.-innpolis. that morigugr ivlli Im- lift ed In 21 hour.." THE LATfc MAJ. -GEN. LAWTON. Seser l a Idem. i Say It was i ... I saddest lla lo the illlplnon b. ., lawtoa Died. Manila, Dae. II, g:0S p. in (.en lawlnn'n Isslv will be remoierl fnim hi late residence to the cemetery Friday. In ucronlnhcc with Mr, law lon'a wlah there -.vlll la- no ceremony, only a prater. Tbe Inte general' ataff, nnd Lieut. Htewnrt' troop nf the Fourth cavalry, which accooiioiiil lien, lawton through the caihtign, will nrnipoae th- eacort. The actual funeral ceremonies will lakr place in nlavtit ten dnv, when the transport Mill, umler the direction of MaV Hchwan and with military lienors The rivll orgnnisatiotuv. Including tbr Ba pmiic eonrt. will artlcialr, and Re imr Calderon will lend tbr Filipino who were aaaorlated with (ten. Tawion in the nrgiiniratinu of the iiitinirlli tlea. Seme t'nldcmn as.d it wn "Ih" s.idtlrn' lay for the Filipino nation to see lost not onli the foremost ndviKate of srnce. hut I heir best friend." (lew. Innmii-. Naeeeaaor. VYaabinglon. iht 23. It aald st the war department that Ihc vacancy In Ihc Hid of major generals of volun teer ruuaril by the death of (ien. law ton nil) not he filled until after the fi.raridl set vice over hi remains al Maulta, prior to their transportation to tbe I iiiletl State, ll is snid among well-informed army nflloers In this oily that the nppointim nt will go cither Mi (Wn. John C. Italee, (Ien. S, R. hi. Young or Hen. Lloyd VVhcnton,. TlM-i-e o!ficr hold the rank of brig-dk-r general of volutiteerr. Tn Hnr. I c i Htltlasor.. lialtimnrr. Mil., lane. .- lacwt im migration authoritle nrr making dca perate effect to aieep contract iabor- cr out of the country . and hut wee: . who had eoave here on the steaim- ....... .. . ... , . nii miiucbch, were reiuroeei to uer- many, nn m. sieauump iianonr. whksh arrived on Monday, ware l(3 - wi" "" money sod wbo ate btvuad for Pennsylvania. It is aa peoled they are contract iabora., aad wey su-e detained at tbe iriimi grant house at Locust Point pending ao ta 'tauaatauB. 1J lit HOLOCAUST Eleven Little Girls Burned to Death at a Christmas School Rehearsal. FIVE OTHER 6IRLS FATALLY BURNED. The Horrible Catamite Orcurred al taw at. erase, t .ihr.Hr hehwot al tyalaey. III. Stae. fatlMsr t.uran lour Slalaf. Peat Ma.halt sad .la l tor attr tajsir.i Quinr.v, 111.. Dec. 13. - Eleven chU- Ircn wrre burned to death, five luurr wrrr probably futally burned, and half down others wrre painfully I-jjurwd in a oiiflarration that occurred at a rrhearwnl for ihr annual Chri.mne rn tertaiuuient bv the children of St. Frnncla'a ( atholie a hool al the acbooi Bfaaaj Friday afternoon At thrrr o'rlwk thr stage In Ibr an- Klnrtuiii waa filled ortb puptla of the school, rehearsing for tbr annual Cl.rletmes entertammciit Thr llttm ! g i . were In dreaarn of flimay white rkiiur of them wore strands of eotton J 22? ST rurmetil eni.i.. i -...nlu..t ..I, u i...... garment eunie in --onlact with a burn lug ga. jet. In an instant thr utax fanned Into u conflagration Tin little ones nenn ii, n and as they and Ihc aUtera ruahett to enrh other' aa slataner the terror of the ail nation enlurged. lalaaa Rllletaiewl. It wns an awful instant. The t ries of anguish rang out Into the street The fire department hurried lo thi scriir. but their work wa not u woiL of heroism, out of mercy. Th--rhiinct. were ipjicklv cxingiiishetl. but thi laak s . ...... . i of taking oul charred laalien mid of rescuing Ihc little ones who were Ii nig half uf frsrutetl in the hall. The excitement inside the building tvaa intensified by Hie situation with out. Crowds congregnted. nml par cola aoon came, searching anxiously for Hie little ones. The landin-r th third float wis u cumin nation of hoapilul and morgue. Ikulie charred lo a crisp were there, and so were (sidle in which life- - till renuiliicrl. Th Itawd. Klenora Watering, ten yearn old daughter of Vitlon Wavering. Ca riot is Mltlilendorf, tlaugbler of Y I!. Midden, lrf Heriiailtmi Freitntl. daughter of Jo aepb I i . on. I Mamie Fiitleiei, daughter of i oarle Fulterer. Mamie Mickci. daughter of John Hickey. Mary Allbnff. M. nn Fretlnirg. daughter of John Ft etlnirg. Margarrtha U'eruer. daughter ol John VYcmrr. Jtssephine Ikihne. Olivia Temw. YY'llhelmina Knttendorf. fatally Ituewea. Laiiru Mnike. Celin ondcrhuar. Icon legrr. K.l.anorn Trmpe. Helen i Soebbing. falafally Maraed. Slater Theolaina. Slater Lildwiga. Sister F.phren. Sialcr Ketltilphii Hcven-ntl Father Andrew, paator of St. Krancla' ( atholie cburch. Prof. Musboli Janitor Koetter. All th telephone lines in the nrifh lairhood were In service summoning rurireonx. snd In m very few movnenta nearly "ill the disrtor lit town were on hand. Their services were iieetlrtt, loo; for. la-sidrs, the many Mtticnfa within the emokc-staiitetl wall, there were duet nn of fainting and heart-broken woiueii without. The areiic waa ao confualng that no ten rate information a to tbr dead or Ihrii nn niui could bs gathertil until art. rai hour lutrr. Futher Andrew, I lue pastor of the church und spiritual Im-rtnr nf the arhool. did hemic work Mill was seriously burned nlaiut the hands. Piofessnr Mntholt waa alio badly burned In his Itrnve effort to rrscue the children. Sinters Theorana. I.ud nigu. Ketllllphu and Kphrrn.lvrrr laid 'y tttirned lu rescuing the sctramittg nnl frightened t-biblrrn. who run hn.tigh the halh. nnd around the .milling in igony. shrieking and beg ging to be saved The sinter wrre taken to the nrnhaii asylum of Hi. Yloy sins fcr treat -ient. Jaiiitor Kssptlrrs wa lanlly Iniiuetl In helping to rearne children. In the hall at the time were be tween SOU nun )0t) pupil of the school nnd a numlwr of children from Ht. Al"y Siu'a orpbim asylum, which is situated ttenr-by. I'hr ninth numlter waa a tableau The liirth of Cbrlat." Every one of I ihr little girls, ranging in age from right lo twelve years, who were lo takr part in it, i either dead or faul ty burned. Th fJtrta War Preparing Tbe girls were juat preparing to take their places on thr stage, when the dres of Lauren MVnkr, wbo wn to represent a Umb, nnd who wa in the net of adjusting her mask, repre ee tiling lamb' head, came lu con tact with the gas jet in the dressing room. In un Inst tn; she wa envrloprd in flame, autl aa she ran ncreaminj aiming the other girls, their clothing caught fire from her. !n thi manner thr flames spread. A panic followed tbe discovery of the Are, and this ad td to Hie liaw of life aad Increased the Hat of tbe injured. 1 birsr burned to death Were tbe one, mainly, who found It Impoaalbla to get out of the dfaanlng-rotim un acevmnt of thr scramble dawn the par rovt stairs when tbr flee started. These who reached the stage oomaunicad the tire lu other. The sctrvwas of the aistrrs aud hor ror vtrk-ken ehfldren behind tbe cur tain started tke panic in the front pen of the kali, Bred before say of lave girts, show ciothing hnel been art 01 Ore, had esaera'ed from the stags, tbe j. vsrjJla sudWnct was rushing paly-aaall sjVawc the stair to th lUial ( The Currency Question THE MOHEY SITUATION. Keen Newi Task sdaalta tk t aaalry Mas tlaiarawa Ih Volamr of Stoaey. la a time when the country is ba ranaeil by a texatlnuji war tax. which -rerp. into rirry home in Ibr land. MS i"Trtary of the Ireusory arndn SJ,oou,ooo to New York for bond re Jemptioti. Wr might dwell nMin the ra.llry ahiel, leads lo the redemption 1 of bonds brforr thry arr due with money ao obtained, or wr might 5lk'' m0h of a adicjr which miikrn ,h" "-"o"' irocrnmciit a mcrr V""" "J"!""" " '""" chaiigera. but passing these points o( Mi..IhI l.r II in ...ft.. .. . I ir. rlireet 11 1 - j ,,,( , th(, ,,rm,f whl,.h th, w-tioti gives thnt thrrr is not a an ft e: vol ume of moory with which to carrr on tbr trade uf the country. T" ,M" r,"1 in connection with the ! '""Tr. " folh-wlng buaineaa rxplanatinn of thr situallun . "Thr president of a New York trtjit enmiauy snid to me the other day lhat Hcbu.rnen.of thlscmntr, HAH OUT - . unit v -eiiL- I'm I'ue ,.. unvi'i UI.OYYN Ull VllLCMK OF MOXFY." remurketl ice Problem K. C. Spald ing, of Ihc Atlanta, Knoxllle and Northern. "F.tery thing Is on a boom in Ntw Y'ork except the stock markets, anil thry would lye moling ski ward IF HON NT WAS Pl.KNTIFf I. At lire enl New Y'ork ha been drained of money by the interior. The gentle men to whom I refer etated that the south i better off for money now ban the north l. The money is down here for the 11101 ciiient of the cotton rnip. When that 1 mp gets to market the money will flow bark lo New- York " In three ten new Itenm is eon iiuncii the jimtineation or the con tinuous ailicy of the masses ever since the crime of 1175. The demnne fixation of silver, acromplishri! under the cover of a resumption of specie pay in. wns soon discovered to be B curtailment by one-half nf the nat ural mi y resources of the people. Suddenly cramped from the plethora of lotper money into the limits of the gold supply ulonr. business disaster and ruin stareil the country in the fore, and s rigid enforcement of it would havr bankrupted every Inter est In It. This was only uirtially utrrtrd by the successful attacks of the democracy upon the rty In hiw er. In forcing the regular coinage of a eerluin quantity of .liter from i-T-to IsaVJi and then the total collapse ranie. That .qneeitng which begun In the outermost pnrts of the country him been narrowing Ita circle, until Bow New Y'ork admits that there is not volume enough! Practically . that means there must lie more volume! That is the pith and kernel of tbe democratic platform of lsti spoken through the htininrs Interest. Ilurlng till the year which the east, feeling safe in Ihc enforced inward wood of interests, loughed at various mot en made by the rlenuM-rats for an enlargement of the money volume, the better srnae of the country nnw thai Hie men In the field were right and the fears of thr men at the de-kn were wrong. Now It is the men nt the denks who cry nnt .hut there is las much btiMUf. fur thr amount of moiici Hun there must Iw relief. To-day New Y'ork arknow ledge that "the country has outgrown tbe vol ume of money." "The country has known this for over IS years, aad it is New Y'ork which hs been alow to find It out. The raw material of the south, uf the west and of tbe far Pacific states was just a valuable twenty, ten, five year ago as now. bin the money volume has hern congested by those of the ral. who felt thnt If they had enough there was no reu son for nnyoiir elar bring in wnnt Now the complaint is general, wn tlml rien those who strayed away from the fold arc forced to acknowledge ll. Tbls of the past I used, however, not for claiming superior foresight at the exiene of other who were mis taken, but to point the true policy of the future. This new and undeveloped country needs all the monry It cn get Our sople have not renchctl Ihc point where they can be divided into two rlnsae usurer and debtor They are all In Ihc pioneer singe where no man can afford to write "retired" across his brow, but whrn everyone Is animated by the prospects In lieu- to keep up hi activity. YY'e need tbe full volume nf money which nature and Pnividence give na. II i now tbe business Inten-sts themselves which call out for this, and no tempi. rry makeshift of bond redrtnption ran cure the evil. Take the shackle off the money cir culation nnd leove It free, under hnl ne condition., fn adjust Itself. Th 1 rovernmenl'a seal supplied, the ieople can do the rrat.- Atlanta Constitu- Hon. A Sorr DIaaaolwlaeal. The Incrrase In thr world's prod in lion of gold must be a sore disapptiint ment to the creditor comhinslion wbo procured the demonrtixation of sliver in order to make money scarce aad dear. If the Increased product of gold keeps up for n number of years thry will ronrltidr that they demonetised thr wrong metal Rat the Increase of money supply 1 lirlha lug relief lo busl nrosand giving I he debtor of tbe world a chance tr, save their equities. Na tions! Watchman. A Panlr I can Hi. If the banks succeed In securing the pansage of their gold standard aad paper monry trust bill this winter, after the inevitable panic thai most re sult from tbe flooding of tbe market with tk atock and bonds of overeap tikjiscd trust, is over, tbe Meads of tbe in iota wilt owa tb trust proper! ira and many of the trust barons of to-day will find plenty of time and the occa sion for serious reflection.- National Watchman. Power or Trasl BlaroBe. Thr power of the la roe. of tbe mid dle age waa slight In eompariinun lo lhat which tb trust karoos will wield la this eountry soon if they ar aot ortrthrowa.-Nttloaai YVgiebjosn, ion. j STUDYING FINANCE. some uarsitoas rat Thai will itelr lo Srlllr ihr (.real Harallaa af Ihr Ua. Soma will say What la thr Ms rnrr wbrthrr srvlion IS of thr mint bill ino-roll. il) wua ii forgery or not II was so long ago that tbr alnlutr of limitation would shirld thr rrimidal. and having bri-ontr sectutomed to thitiga as thry arr, why not let thrm alone? In other words, If a thief forges your name to u note and steals a lot of money, and yon do not catch him ontlt he is protrcted by tbr limitation of the law. you would let him kerp thr money , und go nn stealing from olhrr proplr. lhat might iniiiratr a kind heart on your part, but it would he s terrible In dictment of your common srnsr. Now. here SSnTAaat a writer in the Vtr dict. win, m we more than half susprct of Sj.,,,, (he rill tor of that virile aad ullmit puprr, who profrnsen that he dors not iinrii raland finance. Hr says hr dors not know whether he la a gold bug, n sllvrrbug- or s stmddlrbug. II 1 .llZillmt . tuner of the financial question, and con- nctiurntlv bus never studied it. Ills n tnpiillilcA, however, hale been In clined toward thr gold tandord. be cause the follower of the yellow ban ner tiiude no much noise about "sound money," "honrst monry," etc., thnt lie took it for granted thry had a good thing, and did not observe that Ihry were pining the old rogue's trlrk of shoaling "stop thirf" tndraw altrntioti Tata f 1 olil their own villainy. If Ihc Y'enllrl's H fits 1 and thousands of oth er . meet men like him. enn have the scales remoicd from thrir eye o they will see clrrly nnt only that demone lintion was within Itself n stupendous crime, bill Hint It was accomplishrd by forgrry, then thry will begin lo think and ssk qtn stiniin. If tin gold standard la a gma! thii.g. why via- it iiccesnnry ti commit n crime to obtsin It'.' Why did nol its sdvocntrs nppcnl 1o the p, ; rrnaon? Hon did It happen tint eer tain men engaged in tk a-rietrntioti of Ihln oritur lieeainc niiddrnlv irry rich after its aivnuiplirdtmcut '.' Why was it neeessnry lo send a copy of the bill thnt ivns fiending in tin American congress ostensibly for the cndlflcaf ion of our mint lu ws. across the ocean for ap proval In 1I0 .lit, . i..rv of the Hunk ol Knj-liuii! I Thee when the interrogator has renchril this silnt. he will euddrnly remember Ikal from the dnle of the per-M-tratloit of this cnngrrsslnnnl forgrry prlres of all raWMSaadHief hate steadily and pernislently declined, o that Iht mniiufnctiirrr who atadv nn article lhat cost I. i 111 one dollar bat! to sell it for tr! cruts. niui the mnn be sold it to had M let it go for ta, aad so on down the line until ii plmtgti! load first into the sloughs niu! quagmire of bankruptcy He will also observe that Hirst nifi lions have led to the organisation ol t runts and the dineluirgr of workmen to save expense and amid bankruptcy on the part of men: thai ttiewe discharged workmen lint.- combined with oHirrn who iverr cither out ol work or receiving plltan.-en that did not satisfy the hunger of iheinselvei and tkstf families, and that liny thrt engaged in strikes anil riots, nrcrtsl luting the .,1 -.!.-: : of n large stand, ing iiriuy to "preservr order." Hr will also nhsrrtf that w l.llc tin nr prncessrt hate lu-i-n in ou-rutiou thone who hail plenty of moucy nt tin- beginning hsv grown eunrinously and dsngerously rich, while th merely well to do anr! middle snd working rlssses have beet reduced to poverty and dependence When thr inquirer arrives st this point he will understand the "money ques tion." and appreciate why it was neces sary for certain members of coiigresi 1 1ncluding tl,c senate) tn commit, or procure the loinluis.lnn nf forgery. It ortlrr to get the demonetisation law on the iintinnal statuten. If we can only gel honest men It think, thry will soon nettle the money question, and settle it right. Hut some times inrti arc so busy, or so willing tr "let thing go as tbey are," that yot, have In knock thrm down to gel then to think. Minslsaippi Valley Ueiuocrat. A DEARTH OF MONEY. Oar Mlahly Prosperous I'oaalrr Tba Parllnlly Pnralyaed la lie Honiara aafalre. "Itccrntty tbe world lias been trestrd lo thr litllciilous speclaclr of a highly prosp, r..ii. nation p-.rily wralysrd in its bttainaas affairs by a dearth ol mouri." Chicago I; True, and If a broader 1 iew Is taken. It will be seen that the business affairs of tbr world are hamprrri! in like man ner. YVg there ever a b. Her illustra (Ion of the folly of dciending upon thr supply of gold alone to furnish bn.i. iinnt y ' With tbr product of our sil ver mines used elan for mouey Ibis stringency could t'.nt have occurred. Or, if instead of issuing bonds to sup ply funds for the Spanish war. JO', laiO.OWi of treasury note bad been in sued, there would have hern plenty of monry nud biisinrss affairs would not be hampered by a tight monry mar ket. The money clique is profiting by this condition, while Industry snd com merce nrr suffering from lbs folly o letting such Interested pertie control nnd run Ihr flnauria! affairs of thr go rrnment.- National Rural. SB flbfoet I.e. son Here is an object lesson which will not fall to interest a very com Idem bl number of American people: Nsils ia ltratt (I.SO. Nails In InWi ..-4.J. Increase In wages H) per cent. lacrreae in trust proBta ISO pa cent. Increase In rr.-t to consumer ISO per cent. Los Angeles Herald. The sapply mt Oatd. The money supply from gold alona this year is grea t er than It aimld li.ua been In ISM If all the gold and silver mined that year were coined on equal term at tbr old ratiu. Nstioaa! YY'steh fowl BYaesilaaa. A foo! may be able to answer utSB (lone that a wise man woMa t 1 t.bicsjo IkxUy Naarr . 1 1 1 " nWaaaaaaaTawaBBJPHBB