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PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY -T- DCHKO. D. FISHER afminatim iwief. ST, FRANCOIS COUNT!. OVE DOLULM A YMAM ! sakwnkar alvkla laa W. VOLUME XXVII. FARMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 19(H). NUMBER 25. raw u scnMr. llvtae urn ism'? BaT tTeeyraa mnm Wtrk Briefly ToW. DT ALL TARTS OF" THE I NION All Ihn l.iict Scan of Interest fpiim WuHlilugtnn. Front the Kant. Hie WH Mi the Hotltli. THE LATEST KOUEIOS DISPATCHES) i MM MMMM. IMH the 1'nlled Main for May amounted lo WTMo.llo. mi In crease ( (TJ '"" MM the mho iii'Miiii laat i.-.,r. II has Mm drddoa by thr I nltrd Mates court. if claim t lint llror Ad miral Sampson formally In mm MMl during thr fight with Ut vrru I'rr.lilrnt MrKiu'' ha teourd a proclamation fnrir illy announcing the (MltMMII of . reelpeaBJ MM Ml with Porttiiral. MfwM of f Id, -liver and minor coin amounting In f l.nnn.iion. wa. made In I Ik treasury '. partment to pnrtn Men. Thr foreign trail, fur this fiscal year Kill hreuk nil record" It I. .houu l tin- nnnn.il rrniljnrt tin nt sf postmaster." salaries that thr pr. .uimtial office now numfnar lflB, an InrrraM- of over last year There an- in; fimt i !. (Ml rcnnd elo. ami 1,121 thlriWrl.. TMf. KT. QeaflM T' ll'i'i'i Wrtmorr ha. hern reelected I nilcil Mai. ..nntairbt thr republican. In thr Rhode Island legis lat iirr. On a logging t H 1 1" mill at Cnmmal. Pa , ix men M ii killed ntiil anolhrr In Jlirnl Ml II Beater, "f MontpeMer. h born nntiiinni.il fur govcrtMf by Vrr tmint ' : I In thr frdernl court in Nrw York 3nM Tnwmarlld ! aj idee) that Turin Iticn remain a fur. irn country tintil roiicrc. iln-lurrs oil,orwie. In liiH-hr.trr. N V thr anlversilj ronfrrrcal thr degree nf doctor of ln on On Klwrll Htrilirn tltla, nf thr rln.s "I '1 In Philndelphia thr one hunrlrr.l am) twenty third MrtMaqT of thr AtBOlhojB fl(T MM observed by pn- trlntii' MK'Ifllr. Hv a flrr In n tci -mcnt hnnr In Nrii Vnrk Iwnlrl Mnrrlnn ami hi. Mifr nml tft MMn It nnil lanlrl Mill it nrrr luirnril In ih'iith. WriT Hll nl TH. Thr lllinail MtajBln '" KM rrpuli HiMti natlnnnl MMllM MMMM In hnn Kranri.m. Y.y t.... Urakr ha y:rrrt MMJH to Itrakr nnlirrr.lty In lr. Moin. la. Mii'Tir.ntn. p.ivrrnnr .rnt mrmnnl tli.ii tn trMii. nrar Wnlkrr. Minn.. In antlrliiilliin of a flrht tli thr lrrh Iji.i Inilian.. Thr Ohio tlrniiirrnir In.trnrtr.l thrlr ilrlrpntr. to III. Kntl.at-1 K) "in tIBlluW la voir fnr ihr rmomlnntloti nf W .1 llriim for itr-i(lrnl anil noni lnat.il II II MrKiu1'!' I fur .rrrrlari nf Flair. Thr nhl-.t nf thr mlaalon linllan. nf t'nllfiirnln. Mr.. OaWMMto, 4W nt hnu I i tr . ni?nl IH fMH. From Manila thr trnn.jwr! (iran' arrlml In Snn Kr.mrirn with n mini-1-r nf .nhllrr.. tirn M. II Ihn i.. nf Si.nix I'ity. ha. Irn rlrrtnl i!. nrtmrttt NMMMMl hi ihr limn Qnwd Arini if thr llrpuli M. Imit llrilhmn'. IWMMM ion to r trnilltr W. 8. Taylor frnm Indiana ta Krtitnrky na. not hnnorri! liy dot Mmint . In Ki""ii Kan.. miIihhi mirror, and HtlatN nrrr ama.hrd liy a MMl wImi rlaimnl ihr Ixrd dlrrrtrd hrr ac tion. In h daaMtta thr throat of Shrrmnn T. MlltaMi prrililml nf thr St. Ftrrit Cm Kmploic' union. MM cut. Onr .-fir MM lihinti up hi dynamite and a mall MM fired upon Thr thlrtrrnth victim rf thr alrlkr haadlrd Thr ajM prohlbltiooi.t. havr nom inated a KM tlrkrt hradrd hy P. P. rill.btiri nf Vrl(fht county, for.ee rrlary of .lafr. In IHalM In Milnnukrr ihr National A.aorintinn of (rrdlt Mm favor federal lerl.la1lon to eatahliah a uni form .y.lcin of lankrupti-i !.r..iifh out thr I'nltrd Htatra. At Sprinfr Valley. III., the coal atrlke ended, after laattna; SO day., at a coat of f.vt.noo. In llraxoa county, Tex.. Ilenann William, and hi. aon Willlnm Irol oml). wrre .hot drad from nmhttah An rxplnaion of dynamite at thr Hale mine, thrrr mllr from Illwahlk, Minn . kllleil five men K. C. IHrtT. thrrr ihiuifhter. vrrrr marrlrr) nt thr nnir time at thrlr honw nr.ir KaHna. Kan , tn thrrr nterchanta. In thr Cnloaabua Inflrmarr at Ma hon, O.. Jamr-c Rnldlrk iMed ngrA 1H reara He waa Iwirn a .lave In Vir ginia In 1777. The anion of the democratic ntate convrntlnna In California, Mlaaottrl, Kentucky. (Iroriria nml Vermont an num W J. Hrvan of tbr nomination for prraidrrrt on thr drmocratic tlrkrt J. I) Hockrfrllrr parr Urtilann tint vrtallr at (.ranvllle. O , 00,OOC Tnornan Ilach. SO year, old, moved by atninac Jralouav nf an adupier daufrhtrr. ahot and killed MolHr Bach, If year old. near I.oulaville. Ky . and' thro killed himrrlf John Rafr. after wrrln(f 17 yeara of a lifr aentence fur murder, ha been releaaed from tbr Mlc-hljran Clly (Ind.) priatrn. hla lonocencr of the oritur bar Inf hern eatabliahrtV The Oaotyfa drmoeraat have ntnw InateA All D Candler for povernor. la the Kbh'h Iowa dlatrlet thr re I'ubliean. unanimou.Iy renominated W. P Hepburn for conirraaa and T. L. Hamilton In the Fourth dlatrlet of Mlohigaa. A court la California dtrHdad that marriaffe of peraonit within a vaar after Bf orw In that mate i. InvaHd. nmmun imi.i.ir.Kt. Atwrvican troop, captured On. Slmu, who baa rerrntly taen operat lt,g Kith 1,000 guerrilla In l'amfmn iro and BiJuei) j.rovlnw iu tbr Phll- 11 HISTORY 1 A M.tnila di.piiti h rrK.rt thr cap t.or of lien, ( an .tnny, a leader of eiirrrilla. in THiir:i iti:m prorincr. Japan nnil attawla aTl makinir rnnr moil vinr aTtrWIatfoM and a rla.h ur I ween ihr powi r i i tiic'tcd. (hinr.r err till rear hla at Peklnf to rr.i.t the Dilimtc. of InteriiMtionnl column., linn, wrrr trains over tbr American mi..iin anil tbr Rrlti.h I" (ration lr. Kdnn li. Trrrt. of Ilnaton. Mrtho.li.1 mi it.-it, wan .....rdrrr:! at TkunaT-lliia. Thr rmprean dowarrr ha. nilhdrnwn hrr nlijertloa lo thr Inntllnirof forelfrn triMM. Fntrll.il line, of communication Here rr.tored lhroii.'li the defeat of l.rn. IlrWrt hi fort i ninlrr M. lhnrn and Kitchener, l.or.1 llohrrt. "ttaeked ihr liner force, undrr lien IVnthaa fen mil. from Prrtnrin hut waeunnblrto atbMMj thrm. Flame, deatrnyrd Ihr rK hall nt fkv (,-ota. Cnloml.ln, mid M prr.on. loat their Ihr. A war Ixlween llumla nnd Japan .rem now null . ruatlon of a abort time and tb car. forbear tier. Adiiee. from ahanatiai tell of tha murib r of n forrlpn mini lr' and tha hurnioir "f ihr Japannae leaation In IVklntr Chlneae troop, virre iletrr. minrd to reaMt the ail nice of tht relief force and Jnpm thrratcned wnr. Ovrr ri.noo,0ii famlur nffrrrr In India nrr r.-neiiina lellef Raal of Pretoria ln! Iloherta drore linrk I lie llorr. IhiI r) look a atiuar io;tton artlbo toaa liotc ert i now rnalilnl to ci irratc with the nrmy in Natal Mm i atbrrinr Oirnm lilnd.tonr, olaVia of William K filadatoaa, thr noie.1 Knffii.b .tatr.inai -In-.! at Ha vriirden cB.tlr baajOon. at-.il kt Trara. i.tt:k M.wa. The cntnnilttee nf I hi bureau of Atiirrii-uii MMMkfM derkli 'I. on the l.'.tb. Hint tb. mil IntaraMaMal conirrr.s of American rrpulilira aball OMM inlilr in. the City of Mental nrt yrar wiinc time Mltwrn Vpril and July. The Mivi.nn (II I n. inrnt will Ba r.in-t.d to tl I In pud datr wlth )u ihr liiiiitut 1010 bj ii doaro. Iu the I iiitnl Mate ult court at Nr l.rk the jull in Ihr caw in Hhi. h Mra. I'ln 111 K. llodM auril to rcrun r r.4.oii oorih ol rati eied one ear bMb on rliart'i intent to taaM aatlaav ratarat I a icrtllet. on tier IMh. for the claimmit Mn lolrr. al ter hull nu hoar! dellberatklBV Ihr BMMat of li" JapajaaM cbau rtiior of kcajaUaa at i'ekla by tb' t bitana lajaaibil irtHrp. baa nrouci Mm laataag la .1.1pm 1 1" praaa uriecr Ihr iroiermiH'Ut In 1 UM 1 irafkf n-piira-tion. I'.ijrlii wnr abip. .in to l- mmiI tn Taha. The llritili war oflin raaani In the Jmnmcilll tajl at lilnrnt . on I lie .tli, an nouuriiifr that 11 u pr.-pnml to ac rrpi 11 i otiiNu.itc valaateer militia con linK.nl ftom .liininirn, Trinidad and Dem i m 11 fur BjMM AaMWal Tin tutrmoiit of the trca.uri Uil ajaaa in tbr irencrnl fund, caclualir of the ; ....li.ii gold iraervc in the di ll. loll of redemption, lanued on the l.'ith. ahowevl: VaUaMt BaM Imliinii'. ,n:.;-.n , ;.'.ni 1,1.17. A MM niiibdi ha- iipeanil at tVady HiiIIm, ill tin S0111l.n1, prrarliiiiK tin. prai laination. thill I hri.t uould BaM I., aaaa ajaaa aartk. Mr na. aOTaani lo lh.- pncrliliH-ut, tOrrlher with tj mill. -i.-nta. The rciort ol thr BMMl Mlaal of ihr Colombian n .oliilioni.t 111 the Slut ol Saiiiiiiiilrr 1. confirmed. The rcln-l aaatal rita MaaaaM haaaa. aud ia uovt u ISaWltltra. II. to Hun A to. reportr.l. on ih IJIIi "Fiiilnir. lor the in.-k haic Maa IM in lh." t inted Stale. iifainhl IU laa) vaar, ami n in Oaaada, uKuuiat 'h hint yeut " Tataailj aMIIioajaJ aaaaTtaaattaM acn- iidiiiilied lo mm mbi'r.hip in the fciier.il coiifen nr at Minucnmli'. Minn . of the I'niti d .Norwrci.iu i-hincb on the l.'.lh. 1 t,r bjbMi IwalHj u"'11 I"1" f proiruitcil 1111 addltlouiil IjaMyMf mark lor dcei-iiinR the W .-.er. The intriMlin Inui of the cciiiijrrHdr ihrruiomrt. r inin 1'iuaaia bus Mn oi lman decreed. Fvporta of cold nnd nllier from tha iHirl nf New York, lor Ihr week mini on the 16th. apjrrrfc-aied IMMIi in .11 icr lmr nnil coin, ind iJ,57li..'i.'i pild. a totnl of tt.UO.Aou. BpaMM MaJ nf t.'.ttl.lll amid and tiller in the .nine ni-ck laat year. Nine. Jiinuury 1 tb cxi. Tt of oh ha-r Ik en MaVffTi 07 and ailvrr aK.tllo.M., narnliiat I.i..Vji,.i:ii. irohl mid U.I2:.,1J. ilcr in the nuiiir period laar year. The war drmrtment MjMMi that thr cualotna receipt in tbr Inland of MM for the firat four month of IMI wrra ...! 1 1. an iiicrraae nf tVoV.nll uicr thr eoatoma rccrlpla for tlie corrr Kndina; inoulh of tbr prrrrdinir year, Tbr rrcelpt al the km- of llniana for ihr four month, of 1WK) wi re l.lb, 7t, aa agaluat (3JM:.U for tbc corrr apondinir period of lnW9. Thr big; I'nlou yrnin cleinlor. lo- ratcd on the Weal lilvcr laitimu lull a few block from thr 1 11 ion dct, at Kaniaaa City. Mo., una ikoatmycl by nte, 011 the 17lh, emiaina a damairr of our one hundred ihoiuuind dollar. I9M buildlnff a- inlued at f7U,ntiu. aud It coutalne.l 111.000 worth of wheat, all of whim waa daatroinl. The Or Muinr (la.) audlloi Him, uaed for a com 1 11 1 inn !inll and con triH'trd a yrar airo 11'. a eoat of 40,- 000, waa deatmyrd li Are on (he Irtth. It waa Inaured lot JUJ.OOU. The oria;in of the fire la a iin-ini, and Ihr Mlti sccno to lie that it a incendiary . Tha aiHlilorium will br rebuilt iinincdiaU- iy. Tbr circular of the navy drartmrnt iwtllnx 'or peopowil for niipplyiuir armor, require bida to br aiibmiltrd Aaruat 10 mat. So time limit for dr liverlea la Hani by thr circular, but bidder are imitrtl 10 aubmit pt(iioai tlooa upon the umleratandinir that early dellrerv w ill liirareia the awarda Tba total BBmbvi of emleranta who IMMi thioueb Hin l.ur; and Itremea laat month a H, M, aa again to, 13 during Mav lf' The total num Iwr tor the trt montba of the otir renl year waa 9IJU ganat i,71 for the eorreaimniliuK latTM 01 aat year, Three men wnr killed and It per unit ware injured In Philadelphia, ou tha 17th. by an rxpioaloii of run nowder and dynamite uaed in tba maimfactare ol ftrrHorha. The royal library oi lierttn ha pur- chaed the rerrnt1, iliacoirtnl curra apouilrnc ot Aleiui ler voo Hau bold t, MTvif Uk yanr fra VMS V im. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. . I ' : lil.rU., The follt-winif rhaiia'ca In .tiiieV rr' milarir. are reporlcil fur .Mt-Mmrf; Neviiila advnrei1 f-.nn ml i" nrai clva. Uuiler. Fultnn n1 wrbb nt. i.ncvd lrom Iblru in m-rniii Maaa; .l.lfer .m llarraeaa rrleaate.1 fr-im talff la fourth rlaa Inerraw ol dnUrtra- A.h Ueoi.- 1.10 to II. m. Aur..rn. Il,a 10 ll.luj, 11, 1 ler, II.- 71. .. t 11 nilii l.l. II I 1 ". BIHr. II au lo n.ant. lirei jjinn II- Il.im. liiun.wKk. Ii 1 ti '. r. tl m i tl.v 'arieniii- 11 n. Hi- ' ,1- lilrarilmu. !. 10 UJNl t'nrth(r. C.aa lo AW; CentralM ll.ar) 10 fl ifti I'arutbmrllla, M.' ,M ti e; l'harlrt'. tl. la W.taa elarkMllle. H - n- 11. aa i i.iii.n. tl.aou t.. i.i" i..ni ihan n.lM to II. SB). RMoranu Hiirin. II.- ew lo II. kW Fulton. II a to B.w" H.lla tin. il.ato to ll.aw, Hrrman. H.' la II,- an. i nkii.. li.io In li.tai. i- nri enre, B lat to UM; J'-pltu. C.ani to b a, Kaaaatl UltoU Kerteavllli i: wn lo l. an La Oranar. II. Iu 11. ia. 1-ha-nou. li.ua 10 It aa 1.. . Hummn ll.Ml 10 II. an. l.lnneu.. II. WO lo tl.WO. U H,- aa to bum, M.Men. n an la li.i Mat line. 11. t ii ,Tm Mirtiroe 1 in .m tn Ut., Mnui.it t'llv. II. Ml) 10 II. n N") .ho fi. ;m 10 II, aa, Mountain liror. 11. at !o ll.kBI Nevada. B.V' 10 P IH'h mi.o.1. II i., ll.;., u ,1. m. II l i t" II. WO; Urruxlr l. in, to 11 Hpriiicilrhl. M auBr: aoutn at j,wpii. sx.iw, m 1.: w a lalia, n am m II. an. Verwllle. tl lot 10 11. weoti 1 -iiy. li.Jta 10 n.ia: v-i nain.. i.tw' ia n. OeT-a... M.nlrlon IHi SI. WO t MM: Canloa. Il.au, lo tl M. H- lden. fl.Btt to II.- i' Mii .hnelil II. IW I" II "HI. Sl.iy.Ymr. 12 M t- t: Oft. Mexl.,, Sl.too M CM. Mimiaiiaterv 1 "liy. SI . an lo II. ami ,,ant Varaaa II to Sl.aai (Mna. tLM 1,1 II,- W rilkr.1,,11 Sli tl- SI. MO. Wrlmler Hi, v.. I1.BW to tl.V. Wllevlll. ll.Ml to Km Meeeat Dralh. Chnrlea Wrllina, onr of the inoal pmmini-nt MM of Miuthra.i 1 -ouri, nt Jarknon. after a Inn-, mi" 1 ! 1 1 - - - . al the g.- of 101. lleury (irirnlieck. ajri-d 6;". -II kuiiivu aritfHip brcwi-ra, iti St. Imi.. .lame. Anilrrann. :'irnl T"), cl has home near likc HprinR. ltent roUBlfi .Mr. Aiuicnvii hu iirri a rmliirtit of IV nt county for MSM tear, and nl the MM of hi. , i nn. the w, alibi i-t man in She room v. lohn M. MHrnutduke. for many year a .tnrkholdcr in mid i-ii.bier of tin- .at- I111H Iwnk at aaMMJ He MM eoutlneil to hi. home al.illl n inonfh. Ik-ei-an-d i a. M year, of iifre. ami waa Mfa in Iticbinnnil county, n. He Ml Hi a wiilnn aud tun rhlldn-n. He anW a member of the uell-k tn : .1 ii Mariu niiikr family, nnd im. n protoiiirnt i-hiin h mini nml Frcemanon t alker I karaed W lib MMMM Itr. A. II. On h. of Hbaldon. Ver non county, (rule ImmiiI In a .iln-n court at Nevada lo answer at the next term ol the Vernon i, unity riraaJt court to the ebnrrrc of kiiliiiinir. rhc aarraal lat hi. nrrrat . laamd timu infnrtiialioii tiled by hi O0 in law of one awafci John Wrat. 'il f Nbeldon. Vouiifr Wet and Mi Crouch, neither of whom 1 of aire. c -c mnrrieil at Loumr. The lather uf li e bride irot , - , ,i. of hi. ilia iifrl ler in an liuur nfler the marria;e cera UKiny and .piritnl hi r away. Klaaed With l.ler-l-la... Iltiitrht lirern, 11 ynuii! MM -3 n ,, rant of Milan. MwffMI hi. wife mill I hre. eh'Mren. iiihI went In Milan villi Mi. Ada M.irley. hi. tirtrr-ln-low. They tayed until bairniiiir, when they left for Oyiincy, hut wera .lopM-d by a tehfl nil ill Kirk.iillr, ami tnkrn buck by n drpi,i MMML .Mi. Mnili i father of llw irl. una aaraHWajl their n-turn. and wa by lost, kepi from takioi: Ike law into hi. own bnniK II ul, Mi-- Muriel MMl (.m n hnie heretofore MrtlC tin lieat id repolution. But Hall.ned With Wloil lie Hal. Huit ha. baaa tll.-il at lii'li-jicudcnco by NiiKih-on A. laii-bnM-lli a rcideni af Taaaav 10 jMaat the a ill of ms MM Jo.epb llenoi.t. II lleiiltbl and eeccn trie BBOBranr, who BaM Anuu.l U l"W, MsaMji mi ratatt ralaad ai to WMM educational and charitable in .titulion. MMMJ Iher iH-nelh-iarie. of thr will i. the t bri.i inn llnither' ollet'e. of SI liili.. lo Which wa. left Slo.lHm. I.neha-i'lli i- a ball brother of the ileccaiM'd. nnd In. .ban of the ra talc MM M led of two I rank tilled M lib ild clothe.. il. hi MM Itaaa- liov Stephen. ha ci iuniuled tha aenteiu'iul IHnid aWlar l.i M at BUI IB tier M'nlleiiliiiry. Mill,-r w,i m-ii-trncrd nt the Aprit term of tin -u-prcme MMi (on npie:il from lh. Halt rouiitv circuit court I lo la I. nm l June IS for kllliiiK Haniucl run. Tha K.niirtbu wa n clr nunijuiinl nl deiicc. .ludirr lialbmn i nn. U-fort whom tin caar wa. In d ihr IMMf rutin -itlnmey and t!" hMM joined in ii.kinc rvn-uliie i l-iiicney on (be roouit uf MaaMM ronucllon. liar ta Drake I BMMMM. Wn. Clinton lai-khart. MM prra Ident of ( nnton uiiivcmlly, ha ra 1i BJ an p.i.toi of the church al Mon ti, .-I,., He ha Mta llaatl pn-.ident ol Urake unii.i -.iti ill DM Molm-a, la. Tke Wlllio... Tell Haekrt. liobcrt llorale. a 13-ycar-old tit, Uniln lioy. eaaayrd thr role of William Tell, ami in ttrinptiiir to .hoot a brick from thr heaii of nlnr-yeiir-old MM Collier ahot him in Ihr faca. Mad n narrow tVarapr. Ughlnlnir .truck the bou-i- ol (. fl. Jenkln.. nt Uuiler, nnd alni.Mt MaV ihed It. Mra. Jenbina mid rhililrru a narrow -..-.-(- from la-iojr killed. A Hauar Shay. Ihjvid IHoek, St. Ixmit, celebrated hi aeicnty-aeonml Wrthday anniier mry by prcentlnfr to ea-h ul hi chil utcn SS.OOO Iu ifoiei iimi nt haaM. Will rleki ole tha fawrtli. Uov. Stephen, luxe "fimntrd a reaplta to Uoberl Ciwheoberry, who waa con vietrd of murder In the final degree ba Clinton county. OBtU July Jo. flee at Ava. At Ara thr two-atory atorr brlonfrlni; to W. J. Turner . tojrether with eutlre contrnt. wa i.eatroyad by flrr. 116,000; inram-e. M.OOO- Wa roawtl leaded Tm ciiianiih rannon etn t City for pahlla cxarainatloii a. a trophy waa (on nri tn br loaded almort to the musale. rata tha feaalty- Krneat K. tSevwmfer, ap.il ti, waa handed at Uberty, for the murder of Mux Delia Cleveajrrr. hi coualn. aad Ueorfe Allen. M. -" I.' ratoaa Market. The Mil providing tar the ml at tb Jaios iiairk-u. St. iaoato. for r.U.(xn, rf tba council ii! ii ii mi. Newt From China Interrupted and Government Officers Gal ling Uneasy. AOMIML KEMP. NOT EVEN HEARD FROM. rb U.r.al Will Sfak. Balranrdlaarr eanrt. I Up lw.aaatt.llM d Will. Maaawklla, IMpak a load rare, a row Ma. 11. la Aid Uk larvlkal Mb Warhiiifrton, June The third day PbmhiI MMM a alnfle line f nrw. from any nfllelol aource reapertlna' the critical .ituuiion In China. All day the telrpraph ofllcr at thr While Houn and in the .tatr, war and nary depart moot wcrr manned, but no word cam' Inojulrie of the rnblr compaoim kbowi d thai tiot.mly were the communi cation, by wire with I'rkin, laku, Tlea fain and all northern China aiiapendrd, but th" MMl coavrird lltlbj en-otir-aaeinrnt for the hope that they would lie aoun reopened. IMi.aalaalla. rat OB- The war deirtment early in the day received the following ineajr from thr Wmtrrn Union MMMMM at iNrw York; "Thr only newa from the eaat to day I a notice of thr intrrruption aj the Iireal Northern line hetwn-n Illaciiwe.trhrn.k aid: Tachlta, which nte. nlT all MMMMM with China inil Juiuiu ila that routr." The line referred M I a land wlra i untnn. out of Pekln to Tachlta to the north and innnectlna with the Kiiian Siberian y.tem. 1 hence land wirea run thnuiKli Corea nnd by a abort ca blc aero to Na pi .a i.i. Japan. The Mf d.-portinent. durinfr the clay, made nu effort to reach Hrar-Ad-miral Kcmpff on hi. flarhip Newark, nt tbr Tuku ofHce al the mouth of the l'ri-Ho rlvrr. A colilrrrani waa ad Irra.eil Iu thr raimmandrr of thr I'nlt ed State Menmahlp Yorktown al Cbe Foo. the neareat treaty port to Taku. nn the iiortbrru ldr of thr Shnntune penin.nln, reieatinn (be mcMaar In dHM la Admiral Krmpff laat Thunt day, iu'uirln( aa to hi altuatioa, thr , ,, million, at Prkin tl laat report, and lata hi nerd for more mrn and hlp. . nl ilnrrtinp Ihc commander lo lake ihr incnre at once lo Taku and re turn with the nwei Dot Ike Beat II MM The department doe not know whether IM mriuuia-r In I hrfoo can ! delivered, but made the effort. From GMM to laku ia only a ainlr day' run for the Yorktown, o that an ananer from Admiral Krmpff hould lie received by Monday night. If Chefoo can I reached to-day. Wll. Itraert laa mher Mraaa. Failina In thl. effort, reaort trill M apeedlly bail tn other meaaurea, if, meantime word I. not received from ome one iu authority in China. Juat what i or will l folio we, I ia not ycl ileterminnl. Admiral lirmry. at Manila. i proliably too far away from tbr crnr; the run to Taku would oc cupy a work' tlmr. It la proliablr thai thr nrareat Cnllrd State cmiaul to Taku, who i atlll within rrach of thr eahir. will br wirrd In.lructioua to rhurirr n .jierdy uirrcbant atramrr at oner to run to Taku with thr dc p.iitiu. . mraaaifr. Naifaaakl, Japan, i thr nearr.t port, but lccaur I lie wire, from I hat point to thr L ulled Male. em. Siberia and Knrope nvrr liind. prrhaat, thr l-.t roulr would be via Shnnphal and Ihe sylem of brief Mktal tin India ami the Hrd and the Mcdilrrrnur.m eaa. oi. h Karee fr.,, Maalla. tMawbSMI if the i nnmiinlcation. re main intrrrnnled with Taku. il I cer tain thai a BMMSJf 'f ordrn I at once at Mnniln to dl.patch more naval force, or lroaii on Iranaporta, to ra inforrr Admiral Krinpff and rxlrnd aid to thr Intrrnatiiinal rem column, wktsaV It i" la'itiimiiik' to be fearni, La llnadf In orr nrnl ct help. laealtalilr llelay. (icn. MM Vrtli ur prolmbly would re quirr a frw day lo prepare a military MMaVfJaaV, owing to the Inadvlnability of rrdiirinir hi. preaent maU rnrrlcn in Manila. F.ven Admiral MMJ may br MMM Ml delay nrndinK rhlm, ow ing lo Ihr nliaencr 1 1 the atnallrr craft auitablr for auch service aa ia re qulrnl on ncontiiif tluty among Ihe inl and of the nrchlpclngo. Aatlaa Alaaat Krleaaa. The .1 ile department to-day received numernuK trlcgrnm., fn-m relative and trlenda of Americana In northern ( him. and in I'rkin. praying for IMBJ tnmliinc the welfare of their fiirnil. Mr. lardynrd, ot Ikrlrolt, fathrr of the wife of Ihe Herman ambaMaador at I'rkin. reported to l ave been killed by the Hover., wo. one of Ihe mnat anxioua of thrar bupilrer. and cx hecretary Alger wa. another, each In tun ii nng a wMllngni lo mrrt any rx-a-nw that might be involved In an or der from the department tn ...me ra amililc ofliciol mtir the arenc of (rniiule to aeeurr information by any niriuiN in their power. WAkHIXtOTOB IB THSC ISA Bat.. fSa Hew I salrMl.rr at lb Alarm, Ina Treaa ttaparta. Wrshlngton. June IT. Nothing hat been heard here from any olncial amircc to confirm the nltrmiug r porti ol the dctructlon .if the em haalea and legation In Prklu, aad la view of the fad that the government its If kt not able ie cjaju eonimiiniea turn with Hie aoene of the tioiielea. the privmc cntcrpriae could get new more iHoatptly. Ml t' A AMMItlCaVB. Maroaeta Vaa Kelt ler a naught af Hrory tV Laadyard, ot Oetrlod. Detroit, Mich., June ITe Baron Voa Kettler, the German minister to China, who lo repc rlod to haw been killed in the linner rkaaa la PeklB, waa a MB-tn-law of Henry 3. Ledyord, 1 .t-.klrnt of the Mtchogaa Ccatrai Riiilroad Co. Tha laxron waa married 1. klia Ledyanl la tfal. When tha new waa eonveved to the liedyaM home Ik waa their MM Uitlnaxtkra of wMt p lay mm .ajrjurreo. AH UNOFFICIAL SUMMARY. a raararaa.t ol tke Mr. all. e tke l ea- aa Jul Taken MMMM the taxes title Chicago, Juno 17. The Tribunal print a auinmar.t a the ccn.it work, compiled from thr lie.t obtainable in- lorniatinn. The figure were furniahed by ifltu dlffernl person, in all parte ot thr l!olted Ktate The general ra ult nf tbr work la guru a follow: Population ot lh I'nitaad niKtt. nl lve of Alaaka and Mland n.iao I'r cent of gain, : Tribune, lion. Tl t4M; ren.u- ot IM. 4t.MI.Me. v.;iu of man u ran urea prodaei- rar cent, of gain. M, TrPjuwr, Mt, MMM -lase i en.ua of IM. WJ71,m KS Value of farm land fr cent of ln ItTrttHvnlMS, SI'.MXvMtSl . mna of The approximate population of tba larger ellir In Ihe country, aa given by the Trlbtiur, la aa follow: t'llv Pet CUIn York Ureairr Nw New Tnrk Chlraio Ilrookiyn I'titl..!. I,ln t laaul luiiinnri lioaton Cincinnati UalTal.a Claveland Skin Krauelaco ..... llltxtairgb I lei roll ., Now Orteana ...... W'a.hlnanax , Milwaukee Newark. N J Uailavtll SCr Mlnn.lMill J'nir Clly. N J ... tienrer. Cat ........ Hochtr. N T... Inill. ii. poll In minierlcal order the; flrr leading it. ,le. ure: New York. Pennaylvnnia, llliiini. Ohio and Miaaouri. thr laat .bowing thr inoal marked gain in pop ulation DIFFICULT GAME TO CAPTURE. farmer Cla.eraar r Keataeky Tar tor "i l-ikely ta he Ulxoa t aa llrajalaltlaa. Frankfort. Ky., June IK. Tlie atate aftirial. a well aa repiccntati w. of the prnxn-ution will neither alarm nnr leny the rcHiri that rrqttUitloa on Ihe goicrnor of Ohio. Wrat Virginia 1 ml Prnnylianla fnr tbr arrrat of W. S. Tay lor havr beer made out In an ticipation ol hi trip through thorn MMM to thr national conic nt ion It - I be pi ii.-nil belief that thr attempt 0 nrrrat him will be aiadr aftrr hi. irriiul at Philadelphia. A large num BJt of lettrr from person- In thi late hair been written to (lov. Stone of Pcnnvlvanla urging him tn follow the iltlon taken by lain. Mount In thr cienl Taylor la arret. d. Ooi. Tay lor', frirnih. aay tbey havr aaauranrex rom lradinc rrpubllran. of Pittsburgh hat a requisition will not lie honored in that atate. NAVY DEPARTMENT CIRCULAR. tail l..r rrwpaaal far napptylaa Armor la he kabmliird Aa- al la Neil. Ua.hiugtmi, June I. the circular uf the naiy dcportmrnl calling for propoaaU M .upplying armor, re- olre bid. to hr .uhmjttnl Augtiat 10 ui xt. The circular rail for S3 ton of rlaa A armor, face hnnlrnrd. nf tha beat quality, and rnbjei i to ballistic leal. It n I i call for 3,000 ton nf rlaa. II urmor. of almut thr prevent quality, and for I.IOn ton. nf lownl grade of cln.n C armor, not facr hard nrd. No time limit for delivrriea it :ixrd by thr circular, but bidder- arr muted to Mihmit pnipoaltion umn the under. landing that early drlivery will figure in thr award. AUDITORIUM DESTROYED. Or Molae' Bla I aaa.eatlea Hall laaaa I la Oaaaakr Will he laaaardlalely Rehnllt. lie. Moinr. la.. Junr MV Thr Ilea lloincH iiuditoriiim. lined for a conven tion bull and ronktiuctrd a yrar ago at a mat of tlMi.oon, waa deatroycil by lire yesterday. It wa. inaurrd for f2V UUi. 1 1 wit. occupied by thr (oromrr rial exi-hangr and the T. W. P. Chaaa Amii.einrut Co. the latter holding a Iraar unit conducting a vaudrvlll. ahow. All Ihr arats, effi l and a-cner wera burned, nmnutiting la li.iKKi. making total Itai a now rati mated, of lio.nnn, with S7.ooo inanr- anre. Thr origin of the fire ia a mya tery, and the liellef acrma to be thai It wa incendiary Thr auditorium will be rebuilt immediately. A GRAIN ELEVATOR BURNED. Thirty Thaaaaad Stollara' Warlk al Wheal DanatrayraV aaeeral fretah. ran Burned. Kaniuw City, Mo., Junr in. - Thr big I'nion grain delator, located on the Weal Itlver bottom, but a few blocka from thr I'nion depot, wa dmtroyed by lire yesterday afternoon, caunioj a damngr of ovrr one hundred thou sand dollar.. The building ara valued at 170.000, and it contatnrd l.tO.UOO north of wheat, all of which wa da atroyrd. J. K. Davidaon, principal owner of thr property, atate that the loo 1. covered by insurance. The C. A. Hrnckett Cement 0a.. wboae warrhoiie adjoined the eleva tor, aitataincd a damage nf Ita.OOO. Several freight car were also burned. Fate at arallaa SrkMsrr Plaaaeor. Met. I tie. Hill,.. June II Accaording to k dispatch rrceivid from Alaaka, a orquet to the ot range disappearance fit the sealing or bonne r Pioneer, laat seen October 4, lHMi, whan spoken by fie Ainnkc, cm her way down from Hehrlug urn with acalxkin. hoo at laat been fniiiul. The Siwaah llanrho. of Quatoiuo. claim tn havr found the hall of the vTel toaalng on the rock 10 mile from that rra.lt. The Indian rlcnm to havr dlocovrred eight kelc tons, tuppoaed to he of Capt. Lack aad hi crew . A WIS otealre aKtlSCOt. New York, June !7. I'atmlmas Ir win B. Coraellnx, ot the PumUM force, ahot and killed Patrick Parley, a pugttlat. iv ho had been arrratvd by Ihe iifhWr for heathag bla wife and threalening to kill her and waa trying to ancape. Del., Jbbc IT. Ct John Heary Hoffreher.lkfiawarr' ooly rcprreeotallve ia tha lower BOtSBa of txxogreoa, dropped dead t Mmyraa, Kent eajuaty. Pop IM. l.aM.H t.M.SM I U.7S i.firw !.won, sn 1 II .it nl u 9 M M M M .M M 3 .11 H M . M ' U I . M H tl m I s v. mom m isftOTn Willlll item e' Inter eat from tbc Capital City an Current Event of Political Import. REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION BLUNDERS Tb Bale al San. Mil la M MHt plaaa a Bak fa Mare (arraatlao la.artkrd k lew Ml MaMMa laa t aniria. la St Wfcllrwaafcrd MNBBMMb I ailed. lapedal t'orreaiionit.nc 1 tieu. Otl l baeh from tbr Philip pine aad I having hlnwlf Inlervlewtd tn the effect that be ha croaked the lnurrertin la the lland nal lfl everything on a peace footing. HI Igaoranre of the altuailon may be pardon etl from thr fact that he ron durlrd hi camwlgv from thr depth of tin rehalr in the palace at Maalla. Hla katad appear to tar nut altoarrth rr eaay aa to the quality of the peace that hr left behind, laeeauiie nr an milted, reluctantly, that we could not parr any of our 70,000 from thr la land In raw of trouble with China, brcaaar "an army of upprrwlnn" would be needed in the Philippine for aeveral year to come. Cera. Otl wa received at the white houae with great cordiality, and he ought to be. for ha he not been the faithful aervant of Ihr admlnl.tratlon all theae month.? Ila. hr nut door what Preldrnl MrKinley ha. onlerrdt Ha. br not .uppreaaed any new. that the admlni.tratlnn thought i1i.iiiirt IngT II. hr not renamed the rrport mi that il wa lmpo.lblc to dlaeovrt how many llvr were la-lng rrlllwl and how much money wai being pcnt In i hi. attempt to eriih people who only deaire an opportunity to govern themelva In thrlr own way? Indeed, lien. Oti ha hern loyal errant of a blundering admini.tra Hon. and thr abur whirh ha ome tlmr. Iiern hrinl upain Oli. hnuld In jnatirr havr hern melnl out to hi matter In the w hlle hnu.r who direct ed the Philipfatnr war. Now that lien. Otl U back. hi. nptlmUtlr tateroent. will lie nard by thr rrpubllran a rani lialgn material That they arr not true will not matter to thr rrpubllran leader.. On their aldr the campaign I to br proaecntnl with promine. fnr the futnrr and eiatlon and ml.rrprr.enta tlnn ia Ml to ronreal anything whirh might datnagr McKlnley'. chance nf rrrlrction. '.iu a Rask fallare. In harp mnirn.t to lien. utlself suftlelenl cluni' of having put down the rrlielllnn In the Philippines comes the wail frnm thr nrw civil enmrai. xinn which recently landed in thr l land. Judge Taft and hi. rullragur on th commluion are nrured bi high army oflierr that the pi-exeiil force In thr lalanri I utterly inaalnpiafe to supprrw thr lnurreelion; that evrn In the aniithrrn portion of l.nron thr In.iirgrnf. are In entire control. Orn. OH' municipal government hr liren n rank failure. Thr) hie imply been ued by the Filipino a re cruiting Motion for thr in.iirgeut The nilhltiiailiili hn lieeli in l,tloll 11 wrrk ,111! up to this time not n .ingle Filipino h approached them with an offer of .urrendrr or submission on any trrm. Thr commission i simply omnreil at the condition of hribrri . rorriipllon and general rascality which prevail wherever the American, have left their trail. Thr Cuban fraud, nrr oaythlag to the corruption which ha. la-en going on in the Philippine. The Filipino, hove had o hitter an rxprrirnrr with lmprrillui that they prnpo.r to hold out at Iraal until after the fall elections. If McKinley 1. rr elrcteal. tbey know they may expect a condition of servitudr worse than Spam eer dared to Imp. a..-, and they will krrp up thrir gurrrllla warfare Indefinitely. If Rryan is elected they hare snmc hope nf lacing allow ed lo govern thrntaelveo and receiving Ihe protection which should lie giien them by country which profrsse. respect for Ibr principles of liberty and inalr- pendence on which its own institutions arr founded The nrw civil comnii.lnn is giiing thr people 11 glitnpc nf Ihe farts. Otis mlareprearnts every thing, from the condition of the PilMixos to thr coat of our war of rxtrrmmatiou. Oeaaral Carragllaa. Thr more the Cuban affair 7 v Ml the more clear It become 1 hat thrpo tal frauds are only a small part of thr general corruption which ha become rampant undrr military control of thr laland. The administration it looking sur prised and grlrvrd and ordering prompt investigation and rrtrrneh nient in Ihr postal department, hoping by thai roar to keep Ihe country In Ig norance ol the fraud la othrr direc tion. if thrrr could be a searching iinc.ti gallon into the amount of money di buried by the military aulhnrllira. un der tbr pretext of administering Ha ran and Improving ihr sanitary con dition, Ihe result would shock the aver age voter. While Ihe administration and Hal henchmen pretend to know nothing of the irregularities in various directions In Cuba yrt information rome from tboao on Ihe ground indi cating that the postal fraud are a mere bagatelle compared to what has been looted in other directions President MeKlelry's oft-repeated aphorism about bring the instrument of Providence is paraphrased by certain official in Cuba to read: "Providence hi la it, we're la II and there' monry la It." Cub for tbr past year ha hern regarded aa a promising place for admin 1st ration favorites who desired lo reap an abundant haraal. la the faae of all this th repablican platform will aooyratnlata Preiidrnt McKlnley a pan hla vbir and wise aoV mlnlatratloa aad point oat to the Cubaaa haw tacky they arr to be re leased tram Hpoaiah opprelon. Will WMtewaoh Caaaeeoaa. With conger out of Ihr way the re. pebUeaB are busily preparing for their national invention aad for the platform which shall carefully gloss over the shortcoming of the recent It will deal largely iu promieca. A antobor of measure like the anti-truot Wll, th Nicaragua ftoMi MB aad the aJght-hour Mil wrre purpoarli put through tbr boa and bold up In th .mate o that they would ervr a hooka oa which lo hang promlea. For In.tance the people will M prom Urd that troat aril! be rrlralad If thr repabllean party In rrturard to power At tbr amr tlmr the MMl will be aeei1 l-eue Maik flanna ha. cfa- tideratety Inokrd alter thrm and pre vented any Irgi.latlon whirh might em hrraa thrm. Tweaty ueh example of "atrlher" lrgiLalloo might he rlted. It I expected, bowever, by Ihe repub lican leader that Ihe votrr will be completrly fooled by tbi clever raae. Democrat, tour Thr democratic ronvention at Kaa aa City, on thr othrr band, will voter the proteat of Ihr people against th republican lawleaane, ektravaganc anil rerklrunr. Demorrat all over tke country aland united for a cam paign of principle. Thry are attract ing to thr party every voier who want a conMllntlonal gorernmetit a op poxed to lmierlalim and milltarl.m. They are attraetlaf thoar who waat an haaurat and Impartial adminlatra tiain nf the bin, a rnntrateil with thr flagrant ahnr and liolatli n. of law whlrb have characterized thai ad salalitratioB. Alml.t l! PaTTKnixoM CUBAN POSTAL SCANDAL. Haa aor.llr ike Prlaelaal alam tadrr Ik rawer Waeb laalaa. Tbr MMa. n connect nu. with the etbl)hment of a postal .y.tem in t uba are not .urpi laing. whrn i on- aldereal in Ihr light of tbr character of thr men who canned tbeiu, thrlr anlrcealent nd Ihe temptation to which they -err rxpoard. Il I plain Ihry wrre enl to Cuba a a reward for thrlr political service to the ad minialratioti. and that thry undrr sloml thr wrrr to makr what thry could out of their position Thry look their unwrittrn lntrurlion too literally : and lntrad of filling their j pocket MsMj and quietly, they Inaugnratral opecleo of orgle. grabbed ei cry thing in sight, and con seoiirntli. when the exposure rame Ihe adiRinialratlon waa ahorkrd. and perhaps thr rhanrc of the McKlnley reelection Jeoaard!rd. Mr. Ilanna i no doubt rnorally the principal culprit. Year ago In fact, from Ihr tlmr of the e.tabll.hmrnt of Ihe political firm or yndirle nf Hen na A McKinley Mr. Prrry llrath, n si. tool pualmaater general, ha. I area in Mr. Hanno' employ, lie ho. Iieea on editor and mrreandrnt of new paper In hla Intrreat. and when Mr McKlnley was nnmloatrd for president four years ago had charge of his ram polgit In Indian, and. o.-ting under Hriiii' lntrnr'lon. corrled the atate for him. When the prrslilenl formed his roblnet Mr liary wo. modr pol ma.trr grnrral and Hrath hi. first aattut It did not Ukr vrry Wang far ihr assistant, backed by Ilanna and the prevalent, to fotee hi chief in realgn Mr. Chrle Kinory Hmllh succeeded Mr (lary. with Ihe under standing that llrath waa not to be intrrfrrrd with Arling under Heath, aa Hrath acted under Ilanna. in thr whrmr of plun der politic, were Neely and Hath laauir. nnd through Heath's influence they wcrr given important pa-sitloni in th.- piMil office drK rtmenl The ea tabli.hmenl of a iKmlal ytcm in Cu lm. temporary drprndrncy of the gnvernnienl. and among a a-oplr who did mil understand thr Kngllah Ian gunge or Amrriran buslnrss method, wn. the opportunity for which the friend nf thr adminiitratlnn nnd rrvitnr of Ilanna and Ihr prealalrnt had waited and hoped Neely wa ap pointed treasurer and general mon- ngn ! tnr pool 01 .i.irm 011 ine pan nf the govrrnmrnt, and br and hlo confederate waated no time In get ting to work If thry had nol been detected by the military authoritie and checked In their nprrationa before Ihey got fair ly started thrrr is no trlllng how mncb they would hnie stolen As It ia, Ihey got away with hundreda of thousand of ikailar The Pniled Htate omuples a pecul iar position In relation to Cuba In thr face of the world, it Isrcame the guardian of thr untaught anil inrxpe rirneed people of the laland. It exer- rioed uprrmc authority ovrr them. It undertook to Instruct thrm in thr method of government by the people and for the ieople to lart thrm In thr way of managing their public af faire peacefully, honeotly ami In oo cordanrr with law. The administra tion and thr men by whom it io our roundrd and eontrnltrd havr 00 quit ted themselves of these national obli gation, by unloading a gang of thieve, upon thrm. and not only robbing thrm and making thrm .u.piclcma of 1 re MYflaM form of governmrnt. but at thr same time fixing a stigma and burning diagram upon thrlr own gov ernmrnt. Kan.. City Independent. The 1rnt. have put up the prirc, nf thrlr product until thr demnni'l ha. gradually fallen off tn auch an ex tent that there I no longer any mar krt for them- Thi. of couroe. bao ne ceoaltated a cnrtailmrnt of production nd thr mill have begun to abut down and the employe are laid off without warning for an indefinite time. Pros pective ptirrhearr havr found the price asked too high aad have de ferred buying. Ho it will be aeea that the conditions now complained of have bien brought about by the trust thcroelir They are reaponaild" for the undahlr tenure of empb-ymrnt ,vf the manv thousand), w-hn are to-da without aay mean to earn a living because the treats. In their laaatlabt greed for eiMxrasoaa profit, hare over shot the aark. -Denver Poet Truata bare been forming with great rapidity r-rr atace McKlnley be came prealnVat. Hi chief advieer, Mark ilanna, la an avowed advocate and defen4ir of truata. The republic an, of hi .tote "turned down" Attor ney (ienaral Manned, who made tha moat ra.nxpictious attempt ao far no dertakeli to attack trust. Tne attor aey general of the United State ha list lifted hat hand, Only at the eery end of the oeaoloa, jturt before the preoiderttial campaign opeaa, had It oc curred to the republican to take ap the qvuaUon Tit will he dltHcult for them to make thinking people believe that tbey are la earnest la late pat -ter - IndlanopolM Newa. m 1900 AND IN 1896. Star. Ik X-aeaa-r Ma t ared Hare Ikr .laale the SSaKlaley Aaalaltralta. A republican organ drrlarr that the price of farm machinery, etc., kt the same aa In IMt. Let aa tee about this. The fact i. that the manufacturer have ral-d the price to tke jobber, the jobber ha rul.rd the price to the retallrr, and ihr retailer ha raised Ihe price to the MMMM, Tola ia crease In price la din to tbr Incrraaed price of raw material, which I net ly iron and prolrcted by the Infamou tarilf wmch permit thr iron pro ducer to rob thr Auirrican people at their own awret will Kelall prior vary arcordlng to the willlngneaa of retailer to makr lit t MB proflta or thrlr dralre to make large profit. For that reason it i imfioaalble lo quotr retail prler. on farm machin ery, hot It la ray to fel the whole ale price. In 190 a three-Inch box brake Weber wagon, standard good tbr world over, wa aold to ihr retail er al 4H. To-day that same wagon coal, the retailer tSO. an Incrraae of I t-3 per eaat. lo thr rotalkrr. In vectlgatloa will dlacloa ihr fart that hrcaioxe of lower dim mini, and .hurt er time thi percentage 1 tnerraacd to thr runanmer Tbr aamr faet will hold good in furthrr quntalkoBa ol farm machinery In ia!r. Kingman Hllrrr boggy, standard good thr world over, coot the jobber AM To day br pay til. which inrrraae I pat upon the rrtallrr and by the rrtatU-r put upon th? ronaumrr In lHUd a Slambou! cultivator, a aUndard piece of machinery, eoat the jobber 111 To day Il coat him 114.10, an increaae ol over 10 per rent. Will thror republic an organ aak tut to bebevr that thr retailer obaorb thi inrrraae and con Unite to aell the Htamlmnl cultitatot at he tame prim he oobi it for In 1 HV6? In 100 dine harrow cost thr johlier 111. Thr ame harrow coat Ihr johlier to-day an inrrraae of MM Ii per cent IU rourae tnr yoniirr mu.t arlt thi to thr price hr charge. thr retallrr, and the retailer must n.1d it to thr price rhargrd thr farmer The rot of the iron tn a common buggy the raw truer- is H more than It waa In 1H0. Thr former pays from 14 to IM prr rent, morr for rvrry -thing hr buys now thon hr paid in Iri0t, for clothing groceiir. farm machin ery, farm upplle, for all the 111 tie lux uries of life and for all tlie grral nece aariea nf life. Nr. rrpubllran organ dorr print In parallel columns the prim of oil commodities in Ktf- and in lenn. To do ao wouid la- lo prove that thr former Is gelling thr wnr.t of It on all side, -that while he is lostler off to day thon In lotfti he ho. not profited In proportion with the protected lrut barona. Intrret rharge are lowrr now lhan in lead, but I the farmrr brttrr abl to pay thr lowrr t . n t when the price of what hr rll has increased II per .ent. and the prim nf what hr bujs inrrraacd from II lo IM per rent., tbr avrrage Increaae heiug per rent 7 With the Increaae woefully on Ihe idr of thr trn.t and agint Ihe frmrr I he I Iter able tn pay the derrraaed interest now than hr wa Ihr larger In trreat In IHM? The whole question resolrr Itarll Ihusly . I. It justice lo the farmrr when thr pria-e of hi product Incrrasee II per cent, and the prims of all hr must bny Inrrraae. H srr rent" Would (lie farmrr Isr heller nff If the prior of what hr ha tn buy wrrr only Increased thr same pn rent, as Ihe proalurl be ha to aril? If the farmer I. better off by reason of nu incrra.r of II per cent, in the prim of his product, would he not lor about six timrs bettrr off if hr reef 1 real thr same increaae aa thr tariff MM receivr through favored legisla tion nnd political chl-onery? And it nol Ihr farmer a much rnlltlrd to HI per eeut. inorrosr a. thr tariff heron? The Wnrld-Hrrald challenges the re publican organs to quote romparatlvt prim in HUM and ivon of nil prodarfi the farmrr ralar and all priuluct. the farmrr mini bny. Omaha W otld-lln aid. PRESS COMMENTS. lip to date MrKiuley'a Imperial- i-m in thr Philippine has cool tha peo ple of thr Pnlted States tlMI,Ki.00O and 0.000 llrra of brave Amrrican sol nirrs Cblrago Drninrrat. Wrslrrn labor has conda luned McKinley for thr part hr hrd in th Coeur d'Alene affair. Now It remalne to be sern if thr MMl laborers will vote at thr poll, as thry vote In thrlr oonvrnllons. If Ihry do it will br a sad day for McKlnley. Batte (Mout.) Miner.' The republican party will not repeal the special stamp taxes which arr so odious and the sourer of eo much inconvenience simply because it desire to collect aa much monry a pnib'-- between now and the end of Ihe presidential campaign in order the! it may brawl of thr enormous sor plos that baa been acquired during McKlnley' odmlnlstrnilOB. Atlanta Journal. The rapidly accumulating array of ncandal. in many different depart ment, of thr govirnmoat ia onin eonsidcrahlr uneasiness to thooe en gaged in preparing the vray for Prrai drnt McKlnley'a reeleetlon. Not lnc the worst day of flrant'a admini.tra lion baa there been each a general car nival of corruption aa lo being ahowa ! have flourished since the begin ulnar of thr Spanish war.- Boebeatei (at, Y.) Berald. Ax republican prosperity ore tion continue In be punctuated by (he dull, sickening thnd of the stock mar ket falling into the ha.ement it It po slide that Mr. McKinley may deem It advisable to order his earnest follow era to stop talking prosperity and de vote taeaiaelve to the dlaeuoalon of the weather or aomr other similarly In uocunua topic. A pronper! y which doeaa't ptoaper the Wall street gam bier ia a failure from a 1 -publico 1; point of view, Chicago Chronicle. Prosperity ia a good thing, bat the Hannax and the Orosarnor Akaf that etyle of anperilelal politician wilt B0t be permit ten to run the pre tdentie! campaign of tht year on the cry of prosperity alone. Every risi ble peraon know that he i not in debted to William McKlnley for any meseurt of food ttnom which the ewar. try i bow enjoy lag. and he knew, further, that trust. Imperialism east frond are dominant qationx beforw the i0fle,--Cincinnati Eoqulrar.