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PUBLISHED KVERY THUaVBDAT T- THEO. D. FISHER Kit Imriingtf fcimc PCsU.ISHHD Ut TO OTIUIt ST. FRANCOIS COUNTT. ONE OOIXAM A NMcriUil "lUkla lb Null, sat fcP "' w rseasrlkaes una mm . VOLUME XXVII. FARMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO., THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1900. NUMBER 2. fafminotmi Immmm f ah rmm or aroaja aoat maw B I soil at (ha omV w iqmiiM Um m u jhu himiusi at imi taw irnmrif 111 The LvpMtNl HftpMuiinKs of a Wk Mti Told. IN ALL PARTS Of THE TWOS All (ii (. i '..ms of Intercut from I mm Ihe- Kant, th" Mil the Soflth. the unarr run dlspatihes ii i --nni MMNMM. Canagfrei irassrmbled on the Id iftrr II. hi lidiiy Bjm In the rn- ;ilr u bill Mat It n -.f providing u etsll gnirjB.BH'BI for Puerto llico Au nnici diiicuT In llic.. house cummer I. ill ii: ". rrd firm Mine for bimetal lisni. in-iurny in was srl amrl (nr i i.logic:- i I (In- Lite Via I'm - . rnl II.. hart. In Ihr house a hail was Inlm-lort-il o . -inn he widow of (Irn. 1 4t w ton i.i ill.- ra's of $2,Joo a irar. RtnlllliaRi urre off: ml taking a Hiilc; . t from Secret u ry Oagr aa to larpaall af nbtlt fund. In Nw York batnlta; f M i .lliiti..mal amendment. niitliiiri.il,' .in i m-u me ta, nml au lka)Mg magi l aa la define ami rrgu mla trots i Itoi I nil in i II. reported hit I. ill in ihr Halted1 Hiatal .mate on the 4ih rreallng a territorial government Uu Hawaii, A Mlt grapHae, aXUtra Uw i irIiI In tn.ik. s. i om! homestead cntrir wus passed Senator Hevcridge (Ind.) ' in ill a rcsid o t i n n declaring for American mention of Philippines, with iiniirr Ikal lir n ill .peak therein J WJ I. He a tor AJdrict (B. I.) np.niil ilir dist-iiinn of Ihr fiiianria! hm Adjoaraed la Ihr lata, In thr bo4B Mi Ihdlli rr (la.) introduced a MH iii rrreui iht bankruptcy law. Mr. fjiiurlc. iVa.) introduced a resolution extending sympathy In ilie Inn-re. A'! Jnurnnl In Iht Mb. HhW w amiikutiix. Iln- ..t.nu-tii "f tha public debt b Bad an I ha '.'d ahum that thr .1.1.1 liierrii.nl 5,Ttl4tl .i..rinj Ih- rannlh of Ih.-.-i l.ii. The eaah balance In thr Ir. imiii was ."..Ii 1. The lotnl it lit ir. ibr eanm aabaaaa in thr treasury amounts la $ 1.131, .100,007. th lotal rirxwmtloa of nationnl hajlh 1 Otti .11 thr c lose of business PtttBJUl 1 ItW, arat l'.'ir,,lo.vS2a, an iiicrrus.- fnr Ihr yrar of j 1 . . ..41- At Hi.- mint, of the United Stat tin- total .. mage during thr year 1S110 was UM,MliMN. 11. follow.: OoM, MtMIMW) .ilirr. Ma.ail.lH minor foina, ItMIMt. PrilMrnl ami Hr MrKinlrj Bar thr aril ..f Ihr formal illnnrr of thr aorial BtaaM a! thr M(r I the inrruhi h ..f ihr l ubinrl ami thrlr wivr. In 1 11 1? tin- piaaa)a .,f koanr. Thr lotal aahaeripahMM to the l..i ton fiim1 an in it SiO.OIiO. Till: KlT. In 11 htlila nf flie MMafi at Oinrv khMnf K V., Kill Matty defeated I'rtrr M ilirr. Tii r a hJTMT "f J? vrar In 8inf Sinp (. V.) pri.nn for intinlrr John K. Hal. In in Inn iM-rii (.unloned. He vaa Majtaaavd fnr life. XMMa II hrllv, ivrll know 11 aa thr Inirntnr i.f MM hajaaffchjatl n.eil on l.. ii.iiititli. dlad nt (inrlinll.vlllr, X. Y In PtlhahtpnaJ ln.. thr wajrea of l'.'..000 iMirl.incii bntr hern adiami-1 frum fin to trn per ernt. For thr niurtlrr of 10-rar-old Dal.) Boilth on uguit 10. 1S9S. Edward Crea 1 i (jrr, aftd .Iran, an banged at BunbBr.v, Pn. In llc.ton V. M. I'rane (rep.) u inanp.irai. il n. novrrnor of Maaaachu irtta. Ir Alba a J ihr New York Irgi.laturr ronirmil In annual wntoii. i:t n oi th. The hirairo niiirrrnltjr rerrived $550,000 in irlft" during the paat year. 8enalnr llanna, of Ohio, will man-.-: th.- republican eumiaigii neat jiar. The VVItconain prolilhltinniata will held their .tale eontrntion In Mm I ion Aiigu.l tl. The )(rilaf iirp of Mlialaaippi met at Jaekaon. An Inrrmllarj flrr nearly wlpad out the little Inat of Maaarna, la. Thrlmlmna prohililtlonl.ta wrlll bod thrlr Mate convention In Indlanapolla April 11. Lam ajf nu n In Chirniri hare formwl n roinhim- w ith a eapitai of $:,noo.(0. The f1mir of the I'eoplr'a bank at Wahaaha. Minn., wertekwrd. Ir. T. M Gov. a pmminrat drntlat at Adalravlllr. h .. ahot and killed Kd i t). liriffy. a well known bualneaa ami I her killed faimaelf. A quar rel i t raucc. In Cuba Uta. Wood relraaed 40 per mhi wronefiilly Impriaoned In Jalla. thr rxploalon of B.000 ponnda of hlnttlng powdrr near Eagle Hirer. Mied.. iwo men and four horaea werr lilnnn into .mall fragments. At Lome, Ua.. Hud Harria waa hiincen fnr fh murder of Dnrid Ir win, am. flier negro. Anoihrr (ierman veaael ha a ln rlred by the Hritiab and the entire 1 ropire la uroiiard at what la lanncd n ermtlminiiee of outrage aad ln ulta. The death of Rer. John 0. Frae, founder of llerea collage In Ken tucky for eoed uratkm of wbltea and Mark., nei'iirred at hi home in He rta agrd at year. At the age of ft! yean fien. 0. B. Drentren, I'nlted State eooaul to Norwnv during Prcaldent Qrant't ad ntlBialratloii, died at r'rankfort. Tens. At flan J .uu. Puerto Itiao, aateal atattoa la U he establiabed. ftelaon aid Mat MeOlnnla (broth er) and Joan Adam were .raided to death by a miller rxplgeiaa at a oaw mlll near Anna. III. Flrr ewept away nearly tha entire bnilnna poitton of tha rfllaga of Mean. Mleh. fieeanee of a quarrel, Charlaa Soot, a farmer, aged 10, kit had Ida wifa aad hlmaelf In Teiaa, Mioh. roRBUiM iiTEij-MjaiacaE. In I'arl. a Ma rue at Waahtngtea la to be unrelbn! on lalj" JL further adrkcea sag tfMaM perioaii were killed by the earthfaah la Ukt dlttriet f Aehalkciak. ataaala. Bwuiaa paper pre teal aaataM Oat pre tin . 1 eeaatoa of Oabigaa bay to 4 aad aa a braxh ag aaatiaUty. a ms HISTORY The drath of A. ('. Bluilrr. I'nlled Hlatet ron.ul at Sorrenin, m-rurred at Naptea. Italy. Admiral Wnt.on report lo thr nary department that tin gunboat Marietta, thr loaf of Ihr four Amrrienn narahip 10 :.. thr I'nliid State, fnr thr Phil ippine, by tie r.uroprnn rniite. hua rearhnl Manila. Thr lale.l ndiiee from the wat of war In Sr.nlh Afrirn iudieatr kriere fighting in northern tape Culoni. whrre Ibr forrr of lien, i rrurh and (en. (iatnerr rrpreem thi ini'rial uriiij . Ota. I'rriirh hn. not .let en-..' Colrtberg and hr ha u.ktd for recti foreement. Xlne tratiKin. with troopi hare ar rlrrd nl Manila. Agulnaldi ha. pro mulgated 11 drerre ordrrlnr the libera tion of all Kpanirh prlaonrr. Adilre. from Sonth Afrlra ilitm no nrent ai-tiou of eon.equrnrr, hut the ..pi.-ing armiea appear to lie prepar ing for arrlon engneemenl. HBf. Deroiilrde. Huffet and Holaee. Irndcra In a i-"-i..-, .were en teneed in Pari, to ten year." ttanl.h mrnt, and M. llnerln .enlrnecil 10 ten year' Imprisonment. Agninaldn'i wife Ii In Manila. Tmo. were etoaaeaat rated at f'alamtia. San Peilro, Maratl Hint llaeoor. lien, Dtislk now In comma ml of an effective force of nlHiiit fl.S.tHMi men. Prof. l4opold Sehenk. who elalmrd to be itble to influence .ci by mold. er'a diet, ha been rH-l!cd from the Vienna nr.lTcnlty. Xatlie. and Krencb triMip fought near Xung Chaun. t'luna, ami the latter were ronleil with heary lo.. A dispatch say . I Inly kkM aurecd to thr dtMir pi.lir in 1'hliiii. com pleting Ibe Hit of Mwcr. wlio hare approved Keeretary llay'a propoaaj. I M l . 11 M . Andrew Ciirnegle has pronilnd thr college of i:itiHr1a (Kaa.) $.vi.ii for a librnr.t liul!(!':ig na MH M the pres ent debt is p.,-,! t 11. OftaW, ttnun elal agent of the colli-cr, laiaeil til.tn '. 011 the llh, from tin- Tajajaha Htal trry Klllporla rltii ns have given I.",. istO, and tlie kynod of Ktiiisin. proiui.c. tlll.iajo, which will lie enough to pat all oMIgatrnna of the notklge. The laaeaaahaj dkBaateh fnnu CawMa, Luzon, was reeeiinl t tlx nu aa l-iri iiiciit. mi tan- Mil, from Admiiul waaaan "tin Pteiimhtr ?i. Waata lnugh. eoniiiiandiii the IHasJ lit tle gunbiaitl. hoisted the Hug on Hi- hata island. The ahiaf data Ma4M and raianl the miIc. Wall eta ami .North Horiien authorities are pleased." Touni lloliertson. nr. president of the Aiuerieuii llank Nut.- 1 .... died -nil-denlv of heart discus, at hi. residence bl New York rlly on the .'.th. Thr de ceased was one of the I. aa). km inn printing uiitlmrities in the . ..nntri ami a pioneer III the Lank notr Imsiiii KS. Hr invented the lirst Steal plat, print ing pa-ess ever used. Ai, onler-iii-eoiineil wuh oaaaaji Ivy the Itomluioii iroverniiieiii, uu the ..in, renewing the nimlo. Vivendi fnr an other year with the I'nii.-il Mute lu regard to the criiiiiou for icssel. uf this country entering nov port on the Atlantic roust for purrhiiMii? Imit and supplies ami othei aaaVaaajta. The worhl's first aluminum tele phone systriu was put in aaaajajtlBB lic twecn Pittaburgh and .New Ken singlon, Pa., a dislance nf M miles. It provrd ao llllieh i.f a BaOaOBI thut it is aid thr I'ennsi Uanla Ituilrnad t o. has ordrreil a similur system. Ou the ,Mh Don, (Mis rrpoit. d to thr war department the couipl. tr succcsa of thr mllitiiry gajantJajal to north ucki Luaou, and the rraciii of nil the American prison . orMah thr ioaur gent took with tbrm in I half flight. Olif.-Oen. Iniri. militan governor of Pjcrto Rico, arrirrd In t'. ashington, on tbe Mb, in responar to the sum inuna of tbe preaideiil. who deairrd to ronault bim regarding condition and pruKrd legislation for tin island. Tbe president issued an executive order, on thr Mb, setting aside certain lota of ground Hi Honolulu 11 military reservations. suLji.-t to outstanding leases ami private right. Mra. Lillir Ijingtry, the atcresa, ar rived at New York, on Ibr Ith, on the steamer Lurania. Ilev. P. 0. Thomas, nf Kalamazoo, Mich., wa stricken with upiple in his pulpit on the Tth He had just fin ished his sermon and raised hi hands, saving. "Lei ns pray." whi n 11 puimd expression ahot over his fact, and he fell to the floor of the pulpit, Mi-. 1 aa dltion waa pronounced by thr phy sicians as extremely precarious. A dispatch from laindon on Ih. nth. said: "The flritish public is at Inal face to face with a critical mOOJMBt in thr campaign. It may safely hr said that ut no previous time have there been such anxious houra of auss-nKe aa will he passed through until thr ar rival nf furl hrrtirw regarding the fate of LBdyamlth." The aupfsirters of afajriaT Hnmiirl II, June of Toledo. ().. in his non-partinaii campaign last fall, an' orgnnlring hia trcngth iato a srly or moveiueiil which ha for Its object thr control of tbe eongreaalonal districts of Ohio next fall, and If poaaiblr the election nf Mr. Jones to the (Jailed Htate senate in 11103. Unmet Rrig.-ien. Wm. (ilenny db-l in New York city, on the Tth, aged tll yean, la the civil war he rose to be colonel of the Hixiy fourth New York votunteera. He was breveted a briga dier gel-era I for gullanlr.v. He waa bo verely wounded nt Ibr buttle of fair Oaks. The reports sent out recently that Rev. John U. Fee, tbe founder of Ih-rrn (Kj.) college, and tlve noted ahoHtion lot, era dead, were not correct llr. Fee, who was quite ill, is recovering. M11 11 y floral offeimgs were scut to Heiea, thiuklng tbe noted divine was dead. Iter. Dr. Edward McAHyua, rector of 8. Mary 's chiirt h. New lnirgb, Jt. dhMi. on the 7th, after an illness af aev oral -cks. of heart failure, surarriii duced by Brigbt's dlaeose. Ibr. J! Glynn enjoyed the reapeet and rste. ... of people of all drnominattoar Or. Franklin W. Flak, president uf the Chicago Theological seaataari has lexigned aad will retire from active work next May. He will then hava 1 niinihilail hi forthrtb year of cooaee than with tbe seminary, 4 ad will be to yoara old. Th es&sai waivenUou of tbe N'ation- B (dinar Trade eouoeH opened in 00 the Mb. Aatong other aaaaa tll probably ha tahva of a oaar- MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Neeeal lleaia. noliert I's'ibmat, agec f.J, of 1ar Ington. of heart failure, llr waa one of Lexington's wealthiest and most nahhV spirited eitirrua. At the tlineut Ills death ht wu president ot the t'om M lahtl Ismk. He hel.nl found Cen tral I'comh' . ..Ilrgr, ami was lira -mi i f tbe liminl of superi isi-re. Ilrnry Sbiittr, at thr home of his dnughtrr, Mn. John N.bbrr. of Kllis vllle, St. Louis county, agiil iilu yean und 4 months. N. K. rulkerson. aged M vears, near Wiirrcn.liurg. He was nn elenii4 fartnet. Henry Koch, an old cltien of Hall win. Si. laWM er.'.ir.tv. Williani T. ( artrr. an old filler, and fni 141 years pniniinenl In the political and civic affnln of Warren eminly, aged H5. Mr-. Janr V. Oanfnrth. a pioneer resident of Charlraton. (iraiidma" IWjnforth, as she was fiiinllint iv kunivn waa aa. Bl. I...el. . Ho Hsiralar. Frank lioa. nurd 17, was arrrstrd b.i the 1 Mil lee of St. ,losedl on a rluii'ge of burglary. He rnnfesseil to niiuier ous huM up. He rolibeil street ran, sjiltM.nn and is-ih-stt-ians. anil ileclarea that be waa niuii.lrd. 'iclllns of three roldwrf. s n jMirteil HsfOj at tbe time, tlrr!nring a "lu ik' an I hurt man," with ugly guns. Mart their assailant, li.r.ntly he crrntcd a veritable rrlgu ol trirnr. one result of which vva tha printing of a public notice b hief of Police llrosler, offrtinir tU raeh for dead fnotiads. lioss is a refilled look lug. gentlc-vniceil boy, iMmaessing none of thr bravado or awaggri char acteristic of a riilnaii. Created a aelal srsuilss. At n iiii-etine; of the social etblei de pai 1 111. 11 1 of the nthiiieiini. the I'en Irul tloii-en's BWh of Kstisas City, sev eral aaoahen h-cl.-ired ihnt ibe im morality nmong the gui stiiitents of the high s.'hi .ils and the hicbei p i.nh i af 1 ha ward -ai.n .! wa ataa"Hray, -jmi d- in iiulcd imtii. .i: tc action on tie. pait of th, sir--nts and the school Is-;. id. At n ui'-rtlitc: ol the cIuki l i the miller was dlscus.-d ut length und a r.'soiutioi' adopted de lioftnriog the charge of the l liiiuvui-i nu iiiImts ua ajfoojaBtaai und u gniss las Jus'ice to tlr- studrnts of tlie sclus-l. It i- proimbl" thai a ntieting of the parriiH ( Ihe att'deat will lie hekt in l.r 1. ill' future to diseiiss the mutter. Kor mh t I... ..(--.! Iloa. A. H. Howling, of Missouri City, hat .Hell suit ai Wnrrenslnirg for ILItQ dumu-es airninsi the WulNish ltnilmad I'd. for lb.- loss of ti hog. Mr. Hon ring owned un educated h- j weighiuif I.jOO pounds, for which hr pnul 97.V He ex hibiteil the nrrivst 111 county fairs, and alli-frcs it netted him $7a per day. tThlhj en route no the V V -. 1 - . rail road. Mr. How ring alleges, the sirker received a severe bumping, from the rffeets of which it died. The defendant will attempt to prove bv - p.-rt testl 1111.11 1 nt the trial that heart disease was the tataat of the porker's flrmisc. Wss 1. Meaasaniersaea. O01. Stephens has conimtife-il to thn-c years the sentence of O. H. Wal lace, sent to the m mi. iitinry from Newton county, iu Isfl" for l.V yrar for ninrder in the second degree. Bhs Ollt Is liettt of the three-fniirths Isw. Che cumiiiutatinti was strongly recom mended by citlzeiia of Newton county, who rrprcsrntrd to th. governor that vTalhtat killed a iun in self-defense, and, being too poor to employ counsel for drfrnse. rntrrrd 11 ph. n uf guilty 10 murder in thr econd degree. or later! to Pbisletaas. Suva a Washington dispatch: 'Ihr Internal revenue l.urenu has decided Ih 11 1 physician ivlm preserilM-s for hi patients whiskv, brandy, wine or any other 4h iiholli Ihptor that is not com pounded into medicina by the admix lure ot nnv drug or metltdnal Ingredi ent ther with, is reqillreil to n te rknl hU is it retail liiiior dcHler. evea Ihiuigb the ulcohnlic litUor thus fur nihrd Ire prescrilieil a 11 mediiin only and so '.ised. Wtssnurl XX'heal. Kav . the fiviverniiient rriort on wheat for Missouri- The vveatbi r durinn Itr n tnler wis exc ptinnally favomble tor winter wheat. Slight damage by alter nate freelne and thawing is i.-iiotted in .1 few southern cutintlee, but in gen eml the tMa was protected by snow during, thr coldest weather and Is n Hirted excellent. Pahlle nallillHKs far Mlasnarl. (4vngr-sman Cooney has ininslic-vd a bill lor a public building ut Colom- inii . 10 rata tvi.imo. t ongie-sman llcnton bus IntrrMtii.-ed bill providing for the erection of pub lic buildings nt Carthatrr and Nevada, to cost tlOO.twu -ach. 1 kllOrea ! Mnihrr BaOle Maeas-aV A daughter of 0. C Itlackburn. 1411 Olive street. SI, .Unsriih. was rocking an Infant hiuthw brforr a ffrate tin, sVhtw the clotiiiiig of both lanyhl tin nud the lntlie's limbs were burneil al most 10 a crisp. It will dir. Mra, ItkW'hliai II. the mother, was also aa verely luirneil. lie Was Jealaaa. 3, L. Moore, a farmrr ol Montgomery hywaihlp W right aoaaty. aged ..-cmh-rttttd iidrkV. after attempting to naunhr In yoliag wife: jealonry. Hlssaarl Aaatasl I kleaaa. MisM iiri. thro-igh Att'yMhrn. Crow, will apply for aa injunction to restrain the pollution of Ihr Mississippi river by Chicago dni-wgc canal. Ther are OU an a nor. William Haeser, TO yenr olil, deaf, dumb and blind, and hi wife, aged a were refi-orlitl in destitute eirium lU11.es In Si. lainlri. At (be BatieaOee' isali- Thi annual ball of tbe St. Lour flartendi is' ursoeuition ended la a pan ic caused try a shouting. The wrong nan tbe ballet. Awsrtave-r Coal OH Vtrtla. Mrs. Minnie Kicky waa fatally warned at her ht me. .No- tit Market rtrect, tH. Iinls, through pouring aatl HI upon a Srr. Whe Wa iaataara, Mrs. Ida Clark, 94l BtJt ahtrah street. St. Lttia, waa IrthtW 0 htr hualai-wt and hangrd hamtht 1 Secretary Wilton Emphasize tut Commercial Significance of the -'Open Door." SALVATION FOR UNITED STATES TRADE. at Kor This A. llr... Ihr lulled ll.lr, Would Have Been SI.Hl Oat Praia Trade Advaalanv la ls ra-aelaea Which other hii.ms Mluhl ( lala. Waahiugton, Jan. n. Secretary WU un, In an intervirn. emphasized th great commercial significance of Ihe "ojien door" eoncirt of the power ra epectiog China He aaid: Oar Trad. Helntla Seeureil. "Anything j ! in the I'nlted State, will now permanently And it way into all part of the Celestial em pire. Our trade relatluns then' In the future are aecurrd. Not of the least importance la the foci 'bat the per manency of the cotton market In Chi na i aecurrd. Thr trade in cotton goad has In-en very heavy in Man churia and other northern prov nres. Our trade in I, -res Is ginemlly, our dairy, poultry and other product from tbe farms of tbe I'niled States now have assurance 01 prrmnnriit markets In all the province throughout thr Chi neae empire where such things are in demand, and this demand is growing and will continue to grow. Berrefnry Mar'. ork "The work of Secretary Ilnv in thi reganl supplements am; complement -1 the work of our nrniv and navy. A year ago no nation would have ll.lrnrd to a pniMisition of this kind, hut thr ( whole world listens to the 1 nileo States now. The 'White man's burden' I came with the islands. Secretary Hay s work brings the reward for llf ing thr "burden. Some idea of tbe vast ness of the interests involved moy Ire gained from the fact that while tea year ago our cxsirts from the Pa cific coast to all countries .iggr.-gnt. d tW.ixsi.iiuo anil five vears ago aanV (MH), the steady increase in Pacith: coast cxjHirts has raised thr aggre gate to r?3,faJU.0tX a year ago." THE BROOM CORN INDUSTRY. The I alvrrsltr af III,,. Insula, a Hallrtla I. Ulna Advice lu Praaaeellve llrwvvera. St. lands, Jan. f. - A ss rial to the i.hdie-Ileii.orr.it from I rhana, 111 say.: The extremely high price of bne.m corn haa ar roed public interest in this crop to Kiich an extent that Ihe department of agronomv of the tful vrraity of Illinois Is preinring n hap lelln upon broom corn rail ing us u suitable industry for Illinois fiirnicrs. Among the facts that will lie brought out, and the conclusions reached, th following are nmc of tbe most iin (Hirtant: II room com is a cluss reiailvr. of Indian eorr.. and nourishes uader th' same con dition. Illinois, therefore, I well ailspled to the prorltletloli uf the crop. e-. . Lilly lhrr.i.(i the middle Mrrtrrn f the slste Tbe preparHttuu of the around ami lbs cultivation are much the same as fat In dian SOCO, only It must t-e more thnr.iush Ijr done To iroduee a ton of t.r..om corn under fair i-ondliluna requires -ihmit three acres of land The rosi of production under ths num. u.s Is ! pet ion, and tne nvsr t seilinf price Is la' ter t ih.iudi It n.s sum t tow aa tnu The crop require sn tinmen fore at barvestinf. tn tbreahlm sr. numbsrlna not less than ir-rsniy. sno ins nsrv.'siin season ai tracts to ihe communtty aa Is borer, ur eaai followsn .warm of most undeslr sbls cli.ra. ters Th. busiites reriutres a aireclal outfit of tools and sheds, c.allns P41 In 11.090 that r tu tint, nr no value for other purpose. Tha crop, at best. Is s prscarlou. one thai may be ruined by s few .lays of bs 1 weslher, and It successful growth sn.l hsrvesttn miuire s hlah degter. of knowledce and speciai skill The world's consumption of bru.h Is .trout m.ryvi ions, sn.l lltere can ts- no sudden Increase because It ts tls-erl for bur on purpose This SJ.OBI Ions Is pr.rdur ed on about lM.nwi acres, or Mass ihsn .Is townships of land Two-third .if ih broon. rorn of tne world Is Brown In four s.ruollss In Illinois, vl , Doualss, Colss, aluuttrts and Edgar, with Areola as ihs most Imrorisn' shipping isdnt. In fnv.-r-sbb years these counllr-s have produced 9L9K Ion, or nrctirlly the world s sup ply The territory sad the men slreajv snaraaad In trroom corn trowm oaht easily double th pnasnt production if aurrsnisd by the demand. The present price I th revolt, nelihar of an unprecedenied demand, nor of u short crop, hut of is slight Incrsass In the aritvlty tn a limited Industry, alvtn rise to peculiar market conditions Th. irruaer has not res I !.-.! theae prices, nor r-ould Ihsy have been established until after iht crop was practically out or the hand, of tbe producer. Attracted try large quotations, msny novices will plant extensively the corning yaar: the result will bs sn enormous over production of brush, much of wtitcii will be of an Inferior grade. Tbe production af broom corn Is. and will always be. a little Industry, because tha demand ts not only limited, but small isolated ladi vkluala and those -.mull from i-acognltel aarthotn an at a serious disadvantage in their ofgarta lo nun. crop, and should they fall In tha endeavor their loa ts certain to bs cnnshlrcsblr. Tha university interested In the ex tenum of every industry suited to Illinois riMidltions. ami that will diversify the sgrii ulture of the state, but H realises that any considerable and sudden tticreaas tn once that calls tor spedai knowlclgr, and far which tbe demand la tlmiisd. is certain to result tn loss to the tixdlvtiluui aant tn aertous damaga to Industry TMa at not favorable rear to emn.-.rk In the business for the Ant itme, and the arnoaoetlve grower should vtsii the l.r-. -an com dh-trlct and make can nil study of the eoodltlona before deciding to go into ha Industry ev er. on a (mail scale. A Ultt at Valaahl. lausda. Omaba. N'cb., Jan. 6.--Iresident tlrwwea C. Hurt of the Union Pacific has u-eaented to the rntveraity of Wyonj ing, locatetl af Ijornmle, six id s ks of valuable land, lying jiutt north o tha university, and embracing about twen ty acres. The gift was a New Y'or"B preeent, and wa. greatly appreciated by the university hoerd, aa the laud wne much needed for building and campus graisUTid, Tin? university Iward met and paaaed appinprisle resioliitiona In wbteb Mr Burl and the I niou Pa slue Rsllway Co. wrote thanked. t..' Deelweed tlalMr. Pnna, III, J.ni fi A . ci-.ii.-t of guilty was rr turned by the Jury In the ease of Henry Steven, oolored, charged with having incited the coal mine riot ou April 1. lf, la which evea persona ware killed and a nunc her wounded. Sentence ha not yet WaW pe.xrii Mm Maralta Mali tMa tHrnxlh. Archer Fta -Ian. 6.- -Mia Myra Mat tlla, the prima donna, i fa a crHI aal aamtlHiiii from lung rirteotion, aad tht Oaat la expected at any time. CIS (IBR. WHITE IS HARD PRESSED Th. ILrers M.hsa Ihrlsrialned l.Ourl Cash In lu I Its I . p. see of I ..i. London, Jan. s lieu. Duller ha wir.il the war oflicc the fulloiviiuy, doted Jiiiiunry 6. from Fret, ( amp: Th- following snraaage was received fjoiu lo t.. White at 1 p. ni. to-day. "Jaiiuurv t, II a. ui. "Attack roti I in lr, and enemy bet been rein! in Ing 1011th." The fulhiwing was received at four o'clock this aftcnuHin from lieu. White. "January 6, l'2:ii p. in. "Hate l-enlcu enemy oft at pn sent, but Ihev nrr still annind me in grrut 1,1111. Is rs. esMriully to the south, and t think r. n. -wed attack very probable." The sun ha tailed, and I can not get iurther Information from Ledy smltb until to-morrow. 1. IV Wit HI Villi HAHII HP.SSBII. Paqntra II R war that He Isefealvi' lha 1 ...is). Takin-3 tlaav reisaaera. I41111I011. Jan. H. (.en. Huller sends tin lollowing fruti. Frere l amp, dated li.-rl:i.v I -I ills fnrro W hiii-. dated Salunlay, i: is p. ma MM.!, reii-wcd. Yery bard pii'-seil.' "I bavc alraolutcly no more new, ami ih. 1 is no sun. There is a rump rumor thai White defeated the enemy at live this afternoon, and took 4tM priso.iera. "I sent all -iiailahlr tnuips yrstriday lo make a demonstration at 1 o Tin in ncl.es wen all occupied by tbe yueiiiv." Hum III IH AT AMI VHTIIttT. Sever.lv llrlllsh Saldtee I M n t lire tl I'll!) Narr Killed. l4'ttrion. Jim. s. The war ofhec pub lishes the following dispatch from tiro. 'on siirvWalkrr, commanding at Cap Tjw u : "1 In. 1 rench nnrls, under date of laiituirv It "Che situation is much tbe laaaaj as v .'sir-nlav, but I n-gn-t lo re p0i that a M rioiis ac iilenl has hap rsrned to the first Irettulii n i f the Suf- I folk rcfflmrnt.' "Fniin in ws just come to hnud fn.in dattli I gather that, with the authority and with the consj-nt of lien. !' rench, I..11 1,11 rainier, of the lailtalion ad 1 ir.rrd by night agujli.t a low hill our iiiiir fr .111 thrir ramp. 1'hry .tiiu-k.- l ut dnvin. Col. Watanu, comntandlnir. g.11. ot.i.-rs la rlciigc. He was at once i-..undi d, tinier, for retln-im ut were gl.ci. Three ill-ir1crs rif thi' fnn-e rctrr-.ited to cutnp. Thr remainder held thrlr gintiml until thry W"re over(Siw-rr-d by greatef numiH-rs, w in ti they snr rcntlereil. Seicnty wen taken prison er, including seven officers. "Gea). r'r iich reaaaftj thut t he Ilocr 1 '.I'linanilo which iiuole theattaik Jan tuiry t lost -Ml kllird. Is-sides wtuinded .ml pii-uiers. Ih- romiiiando was dis perseil." lilt I - it mi. vim. ox roi.KHao. lannoo l ire XII VI. .as Ihe l.lar Palls l BtOOahB a Ht-wly. London, .lull. s. , H'rceinl ilisuiich front Frcrr I amp, rlateil Saturday, Jan uary ii. 7 p. m.. says; "At two n'cbH'k Ihis afternoon tbe whob o( tien. Clery's iliiision insrched ut t of enmp to attack t olcitao. tien, Hlldynnl's brigade was on the left and lieu. Hartou'a on the right, with cuial ry tt Ihe extreme right. "Thr attack lowly developed, end at 1:13 the Itritlah Arid guns advanced nn tin center mid commenced shelling ih Pocr -.- i.oos on the Mat land be tween Plnnw .me hill and Fort Wylle. "AlMlllt thi time a henly tliundew slorn rageil over the enemy's sji tuins At tlgt OOn troops were still ad van. -ing, uurl bud t. -ached a HMnt very near ( olciisn. The navul und fli ld gun were bully dropping shells lotto thr enemy ' trenches along the ri-n-r, and the forts of thr enemy hod made ou rrply ." Tin-: ihu:h i aiti hi: kihi WAh. The 1.nril..r Saereadee. t leldla I Thele Arm. Pretoria, Thursday. Jan. 4. via lOiir encc Muriiies. Field Cornet Ylssci, uuili r date of Turaduy , Janiury 2, rr arrts as fidlnws f nun Kurttman. Hritish ilerhuanaland: "( oinmrnrcd a nomlianl' in. nl of l.iroitiuny r'.r-entay I Monday 1, aiming al the Kiliee latrrarks. The li-jht luslcil until six in the evening, when the garrison surrendered, issuing Iran, the turtr. and yielding up arms." "We took llitt i-rix.n. i Inrlurllng I'apt. livuniai a, Mr. Hillyard, the mag lotnitc. und eight officer. We alio rap tiirrd M uutlvea. together with a num Is r ..I rifles und revolvera ami a quanti ty of uti'liioiiition." Hoees 11 epnls.-d hy Ihe H,onel. lari'.dnn. Jan. Ir A special dispatch from Krerr Camp, dated Saturday, Jan uary 0. 7:4a u. m.. aays: "tien. Whit heliogrnpha that be defeated the lloera this looming They crept up sir cloae lo the defending forees that tbe itor dou H.ghlHiideis and the Manchester; s. in, .Hi i. pulsril them at the point at th.' Iwy ouet." Mrlllsh lleleeal trass Dantereht. laiiirenm Marques. Thunulay, aJn. 4. A disaitch fr-, in the Roer bcad quarters nenr Ibirdrecht, aays: "Tbe llriliivli have la-en compelled to retreat ftom Ihirdns'hl. Fighting con tinue around Cilesberg, where thV Hritish i. -copy witne of the outaide kopje "Fifteen Hritish were arounde-il. They are bring attended by ua with the help of Dr. Hnrney . nn Knglish phy sician. "Tbe horaea, oxen, mealies and Sour taken from the prisoner have been attnato i'rrtorhi by way of Vry burg." Boer, al Csleass UflThstr freseke.. la.iuhrn. Jan. V The levity Tele .ruph hns the following from Frere amp, dated Hatiiritny. Jannary 6, "A very heavy i-..o. ...ilinrnt weal oi. nt Lodysmlth from day brenk until eight tkls morning- It if believed that the Kg-htlng ht la prugno- It It paaaV bit: the garriaoo was making a sortie, i nv thr Ilorra at Colrnao bnrrtediy left their trenches aad rode toward Lady atnltb. "Onr bag naval gun at Chleeehry eaaip fired aev c ral round at tha eaav gag at tbtv were leaving Coiehao," DEATH OF REV. DR. af'CLYNN. The WVII-Khowh I alhalle Pelast tiles lle.l.ecled lis I'eopta af All tsraoaslaatlaas, Newborgh, X. Y., Jan. a. -Rev. Hr. Edward Mct.lytui. net, it- of St. Mary' church, 'lied nt the rectory at ft: 30 arbs'k yrstcrvuiy nfL rmswi, pfter na Illness of several ivri'ks. of hetii't fail ure, auperindticevl bv llripht' iliseae, A minor surgical op-nulon was Bays formed on Dr. Mrlilynn. Saturday nigLt, but this rlld not afreet the jta tlent or rwntrilmte materially to hi wrath. Ouring thr night Dr, Mciilyitii had several sinking i . 'I- nud the diy- .-loirs were call-.d early lo h's bed ilde. when- thry irnuinerl until be died. .rearer,! Ibe l ad Waa Near. Al naon It via. nppnr. -nt thai Ibe end was near, and Hr McGhnn rrreind holy communion funn the usalxlant reel err of St. Mary's, who, lulrr. adinib isteieil cxtren.e ii'ietloll. After high mass In the morning Dr. Mct.ly nu was noi ilctl. "Jess., llav- Us.., an Wa." All efforts lowt nl firclonkTing life werr iiuiilr by the phi irian. bill in foui o'chr k the prirst lapwd into kaV i-on Hsio'isness. hi. last aildinle prayer being "Jesus, haie nien-y on uve." lie ,-iH-'l away without ncovciing eeiuscioosnrss. For two days Or. Mctrlynn had been tioubleil with hiccotighn. but was ablr to take liquid noun, hm.-iit to the hut. Hr. McOlyni. was aware that death wu. near, ncriving thr ivurd traniulllv tetanies und Prleads Haas.it Ycsti rrlny morning lelegrams 'vrre sent to Or McGlv tin's nephews mid nine, in Hiiaikty ii anil sen ml Cntholic clerg.il i.'ii. hi. w arm friends, wrre n tlfiril. A dis'ratrh was ri-nl to Atch- bishop Con igait. and his aecret try t.-l-egrapberj. "Hi (iracc will arrive ia Newiiuigh nt IttaV" Atvhblshop f'onignn h.nl ulniidy mmle anaugv-mciits to visit Or. Me fily nn. and would linir aaajt on to-d.' . 'Ihr relatives missed a Iruin. Btaf del not arrive until Or. MotJIyna hud ht . ome tim onseious. F.florts were inn. It to hs'itle I'nink MHilynn II. actor, a uu of Or. MH. linn's Iruthei. who live in C.illforiiin. I breeful lo Ihe l.asl. The ch erfiilne.' that chano t. ricu Or. Mctilynn was r'bibitcd to the lust, liven when the physicians wen using salt water In keep him alive it few hours longer. Or. Mrlilynn riincid aaaaa intirest, and finally rr marked: "Well, the ways .1 physicians an won dertul." Ilwaarrd ay til I i - I'he cilUcns o( Xewhurgh were pre fiaiiug ti tcstimoiilal for Or. Mcfilyuu win- celr-bruteil his first mass in St. Mary 's ehun h en New Yei.r's day . I'M rnd who hi d In . n in the ministry fot 40 years. Peopl. r f all item initial iuut wi re to Imvc uiillnl in h. miring Ihr prieat. and a purse was to have hern presented t. Mas, Nms uf Or. Mc t .1. .", death cau-eil pn found BBjooany Prayen had lu'r-n off, ml In Iroth Pris testnnt uurl Catholic chiirehcs for hit ecoi cry . llr. '. I I.,.., . lllnesa. Or McGlynti was tint stricken will. Illness on NovemlH-r lo, nt the rectory, He was seized nith a severe i old and iv is compelled to asoh his lusrl. 1'hougb he wus obliL-i.l '.. break eiiiragenieut 'o lecture, ut. nlnrm was fctt by hi frirndk until the following Momhu. when he suffered a evrre "bill. The lint erlou attack occurred Xoerniber , ami a day or two latrr there was a consultation of physician.. It wa an nounced that Or. McGly tin was suffer ing fnuu chronic kidney dineaie. Ileeeirllv-- Syasplom.. Fairly in hVeefather llr. Mctrly nu siif fend two nttacks nf benrt failure, ami hi rellitives were hurriedly suiumolird. Hi rnllleil. however, nml until Sutur day night h uppeanil to la- holding hi uwii. and gradually irgainrd strenrjtb. He wu. able lo sil by Lis bedside for a few minutr-s each day, hut was never able lo leave his room. Dr. Mctrlynn wt.s '..' yens old last September. WafcfO be wus -trirken l: was nibust and of fin., physique, but he Is cume it.,."' eiiinclntcd by lis long illness. FIGHT AT A MURDER TRIAL Twa Wea Hilled aad I . o He-rlaasly W rra. ded I oael tdjanrnrd While Ihe Halite I'aged. 4imloii. Ky Jan. 7. News reachen here to-djiy of a general tight ou Ottei creek. Clay county, in which l.iiy Lewis and Gene May werr shot aril killrd nud four other participant-, aeri oualy woundetl. The fight nc at a school house ou Otter creek, where one of the Jacksous un on trial lie fore a magistrate for killing unothei Jarkion. The fight waa started ar-oa aftet the Irinl lirgnn. rnd court was adjourned am) tbe fight war, carried on IhiIIi In tbe school house nml yard. Foui men were Immght to Munches ter last night and placed in jail. Ligr Lewi, one of the men kill.. I. i a brothci of cx-Sherlff Joe larwls, of Clay county. AT BOTTOM OF DOVER STRAIT. Tha Steamer Ulnsaaw. la lalllslaa With the ttmsi. k on aaaeaesa til llaads r-H,e,l lain.hu. Jan. 7.- The Hritish afeamei Glasgow (apt. la-wlle. whh'h sailed from Huenoa Ayres, ianeeiulH'r 2. for Hamburg, ba been sunk off Oun grurss. in Dover strait, baring hcru In collision with tbe Hrltiab steamer Onaux. ('apt. Yale, lrouml fmm Syd ney, for l-ondon The passengers, und crew of tbe (ilaogow have been landed t Dovei Th Moat! or Hlsnlastsuo.il. PbllaxMaJaaV Jan. Te The survey boar.1 which has Urn conducting un exainiuntkui of the dniibte-iuri. bed monitor MhinlmHinoh, now nt the League Island aavy yard, with h view to again pmc-iikf tbe veaael in cominlt ha, has completed Ita work. Jt wa tonml that ftso.fioc will be required to plaoe the monitor In eomJtthm. The Mlatitcmomob was uned for blockade ditty off the eoaaf of Cuba, and re pre tenia an oliaoMte type of cou.-itriictU-t. fir board artll. It i beli ed. reecm- tb tale af the vetwi Th THEIR ETHICAL INFLUENCE 4 Tlsselz Ward Caaerralaa lha N oa sis ry Hill. I'rr.ealed la Imiira Th VNt-apl Igaored The ethical influence of a monetary lyitcru upon tb people ia not coo birred at all by either one of the Mil now before c lygrtai, and yet it is the moral force of legislation that make for higher eocial and com niercial standard. The nenate, like Ike house, bill alar at the gold stand rd a tbe ultimate of the purpoac in hand, and although they differ widely aa to what measure shall be taken to give the eeral form of -rlher money their proper relation to ne me mure of value, nowhere In siiher bill are provUlon made to itrrngtben tbe moral time and bum oese integrity of tbe people. On the contrary, both bills eem to assume that there I ao tow higher than the law of the survival of thoor who are the keenest In Inventing and putting in operation such machinery in tbe channels of trade aad eommeme aa ilmll grind for themselves only. The doctrine of the Interdependence of all (he people, and that the community ia tiring In nwrnh, patrintiam and bou nty of porpoaa In ratio to tbe absence erf legialative favoritaao, ia repudiated by both bill. The objective point of nub t the creation of condition w hich bll subject the great body of tbe people to coadltion of existence v. hi. h intuit necessarily weaken their aspiration to higher level, of moral and intellectual worth. Class legitia tion or favorithtm in the udaslnhrtra lion of law never operates otherwise uxn tbe unfavored la-- or the fa lured one either, for that matter. Any .yvtem of applied eeimomlaa which doea not provide for an equit able dUtributioo of tbe accruing wealth of the country between all ronccmed in tbe work of creating the wealth ia radically wrong in principle and decidedly hurtful to tliirse who are drnied the value of their efforts. In their operation the hill, referred to, either onr of them, would place the industrial claa at a disadvantage from which there would lie no relief. Tbe price of commodi ties and wag i would grow closer un til wage werr no more than equal to the coat of living, leaving nn mar gin between the wage earner's Income and expenditure for the saving bank or investment in a home. On the other hand, thr wealth of tbe em ployer would steadily increase, thus widening tint thr social statu of em plover and employe and second their political rights, until the employe and his children and children's children were mere bewen of wood and draw rrs of water. The ethical effect of such dependence upon the means of family support would certainly be drg-enerating. nor would there be a bait until tbe line which separate capital from labor waa aa deep and impassible aa thr rhaam which aep aruiei! Diies from lauaraa. The su premacy of gold glvea it the at tribute of greed and avarice, with full siwer to rxereiae ita authority over those who must strive for It to buy their daily bread. Theae bill would disrupt the nat ural relation between money and labor by magnifying the power of tbe former and weakening the power of the latter. By the Sat of the gov ernment an insufficient quantity of a money measure of value would be given to the various avenue of em ph.i mi nt by either onr of theae bills, and since what I called "capital'' would control the measure without compct . linn, the elimination of the Sttl of labor from the field of wage earning in determining what would be just and fair compensation would follow as a certain consequence. No ttitdcnt of tbe noclaJ evolution of tbe rac. bos failed to note that whenever or wherever the money powere have cored Ihr control of that factor in thr commercial and social life of tbe i iniruiiity the ethical alandnrd of the Industrial claa- -the common peo ple has been lowered. Tha "pauper labor" of Europe I ih legitimate product of restricting Ihr volume of (in ula t ing- money measure of value to where It oonid be controlled by combination! of money lenders. KM her one of the currency bills now before emigres would place the whole of the machinery of the nation' mon etary ty stem In tbe hands of n few. and, ethically speaking, tbe conse quence would be emphatically detri mental tn tbe moral tone of all the people-- the favored r Issue would lower thrlr own standard by exeeaae which great wealth encourage and the masses would degenerate becaute opportunity to arrive for more satisfy ing environment would be denied. Iloth bill emit ethical poison, aad either one would operate against the attainment of higher level of excel lence of character by the people -all the people.---Kansas City Til FINDS GREAT VEIN OF MICA Dr. W. B. Niehol. af ladiaaa. Mahaa Important Dlaaaearr la Brit ish OalaHsbln. Or. W. F. Nichols, of Huntingdon, Ind., I back from British Columbia, where at the head water of the Peace liver, he discovered a great vein of mica. Dr. Ntchola in 187 penetrated 1,700 mile into the unexplored north, lie cured tbe Indian with his medi ciuea, aad they In gratitude told him of gold deposit. He tnade hia way across mountain, aad oa tbe atone of one ran aerota thi great vein of mien. The nest year ba went hi again with t ( r mar, C. W. Morris, of Chicago, and slaked off citltat He and Xorri have brought with them lee tone of mica, valued at over &M,eoo. They cMm they can prod ten robes of mica four feet tquare. Heretofore the largeat thart hove been ttaatariid In Inches. The doctor wfll claim the prise af 25,000 catered by the British govern ment tor a piece of fhlea four feet (. r. He aey hia thotit eaa ha naed for gtaaa in lautamettota aad aw battle hip. The vibrations of tha fan firing always shatters glaaa, atat tJM navle 4 the world wUl want Ma aw The Monetary Problem. 3 A "STABLE" CURRENCY. Tha Bw BannO at (laid sad Ita KaTeel In Hrlifl.i Pra.arrllr trlald II Pealed. From Ike remarks uf correspond ent of the Springfield Republican, wa Judge that the people are opening their eye to the true reason of our present prosperity, anff lo the real relation which the money question bear to the neit campaign. Th democrat, demanded wore money sad higher commodity ant tabor prices, th republican, ssld. not mors mooer. but a on. hundred cent dollar: net higher prices, but stable prices Bat what ha happened? Ood. la defeat Batan' pel proposition. rartwred dollar, h direct ed men la the trowel, of th earth, ah.es uro 1-i-.r. an.t ts. -y lure h-imgc; tank man yellow dirt In th hut tares year than the drainer l. hsve hoped ia see corns of troth geld aad atieer. to that In spit of aaylock'e wish and design, ws hsve asd mors money, ant. ss waa fore told, w have had rising prices (not aim getker da to Ih Increase of ths geld oat put, tt It true, but largely an), labor Is son fully employed sad belter paid. nd Ih repuhllcen politician, are howling ''Behold our premised prosperity." Bt'T TIIET FAIL TO ADD. MAllg MAINLT ON THK DEMCH'KATU' POH.Ml'I.A OP THREE TKARB AOO. Thi i. pretty straight talk, and it mean something. It rut right down into th bowel of the situation, aa you may aay. if thr correspondent bad felt inclined to go into particular, he might have added to hia remarks boot Ibe aew supply of gold, thr fart that the war with Spain has put. Into active and actual circulation a vast aura of money that ha been boerdrd In thr Lank or In the trrnaury, that Ihe increar in thr price of wheat a the result of Kuropean demand hat made large addition to the actual cir culation, and that the gradual rie in price haa added tn the volume. Thut, while the money supply ha not lieen largely increased, the volume of circu lation has grown larger and largrr, tbe money coming out of the bank vaults a the reault of the demand for It. Thi Increase la the actual cir culation ha aot only enhanced prices, hat the increase in prices has added to the circulation, the niovrmrnt br ing one in which cause and rffrct are iuterehangrablr and alternating. No doubt uur rraden will remember the ponderous essays deviated and put In circulation by our gold standard frlrnd in which thry solemnly predict ed that In Ibe changed relations and roudition of busine we hail een the last of high price. Such a conclusion was inevitable from thrlr contention tbtt the gold standard would give us a "sound and atable currency." This phrase meant, if It means anything, that the purchasing power of the dol lar wa to remain fixed and stable, an invariable quality in It measurement of the value of commodities. A dol lar, to be a sound dollar, mutt have fixed relations to the commodities for which it is exchanged; thrte relation must be invariable, otherwise thr dol lar it aot a "sound" dollar, and tha currency which it stands for is not a "atable" currency. If not aoundneu and stability wrre mere meaningless phrase when applied by the writing contingent of our gold alandard friend. We think, faowrvrr, that theae writ era will admit, if thry are pushed closely, that they did mean that tht gold ttandard would mult In Axed and ktable value and price, tad that tht purchasing power of money would cease to fluctuate as compared with tbe value of commodities. Borne of ihem will no doubt Itke refuge in the superficial slatrmrnt that while price have risen, the value of the gold dollar has remained the same. Hut tha only real value that tbe gold dol lar eaa have as a piece of money, is It purchasing power. One man buys these gold dollars with cotton, because he wanta to buy iron; another buy them with iron, because be want to iccurr cotton, or cotton cloths; the wage-earner buy them with hi labor, because he wants to purchase food and clothing, and comfort for him self and his family ; and so on through the long and multifarious lists of hu man want, desires and ambitions. When prices rise from any cause whatever, the vslur of tbe dollar de creases in proportion. Three yrar. ago tht owner of money could purchase a ton of Iron for right dollar. Ha he aot loot tome advantage, ha aot hi money shrunk on bis band when be find that he must now give (21 or 121 for a ton? Coder such circumstances, we think we would be glad to have the JO-ocr.t dollar, which he protested so loudly against in lew. for then he would hart to pay only ttt a ton. We art truly glad to are our gold standard friends so enthusiastic over the present conditions af protperlty. This enthusiasm we can eater Into and enjoy most heartily, and the more no because prosperity ha rnme a the result of a more active circulation of money and higher prices. Thi re sult wat predicted by the democrats at the outcome of jutt such conditions it have recently prevailed . More money in circulation, cheaper money, higher -Trices and prosperity. Theae things go togrthrr. Under all tbe eireum stance., do onr gold ttandard friends persist in claiming that we hare t "titbit currency? -Atlanta Coast! tu thaw. atria lo) Paris. There are juel three things that girl thoald not dare do in Pari, aad those art tn visit cafes that they dewt know anything about, to wander too far from the main paths In the Boi de Boulogne and tht other great park, or go out aloat after dark. Some American gtrit do all these thing, and thry are tbe oaea who have wild taiet to tell Ladle' Home Journal. Bat cassettes la.lllattairs. Money contributed by bank aad trusts to influence election repre sent aa Investment to prneore law and enable the bank aad trust to rob the people Bonk and trusts are not charitable Institutions. Nattoral Wafobmaa. m.ew!d Attempt, Aa attempt to make a modal can la aa entire family