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i OLE POLICY. Tin IYee and unlimited coiu-Uof ti iean Silver at a .. ;: NO. 23. SALT LIKE COUXTY, UTAH, FEB. MURRAY, AN IDEAL SCHOOL. PEST OF GSAY V0LVE3. A Sontb Dakota Ranchmen Are Faelns; Destruotlae and DtrtlctUt Problem. J. B. Bindor, a ranchman from the Little Bond country in .South Dakota, iu speaking of the pest of gray w olves which has boon disturbing ranchmen for several years, says they inus forthepreaent oount on a ooriain per oen,t of loss from this source every yoar. lie consideirs the ridding of tho range country cf these pesto one of tha surlouo problems with which cattlemen have to tiei.l. The diflioultiea encountered In the work aro numerous, sue of them being an impossibility to use poison, because this c)a3of wolves, unlike the prairie wolf, never touches a carcass left lying on the prairie, but only eat of those thoy have killed and rofuso to touch the same carcass the second time. This trait oUy makes them the more destructive, as they kill whenever they are hungry and after eating what they want leave the rest of the animal lying on tho prairie. So far hunting them with dogs the hounds has not been successful, which can catch them, even if tin y sie sighted, either cannot or will not kill them, and tho heavier dogs, which could handle them, are not swift enough to gut up to theiu. Then they are so shy and watchful when out of their dens that It is almost impossible to get within riile shot of them. Taken altogether, they are a hard animal to get off the reage, and what to do with them Is the question. Sir. Binder is attempting, to breed a class of dojis which he thinks can handle them if they get out on the pralrio. lie wolf bound with a Is crossing a staghound and thitikB ho will get the Bpcod and strength to catch and handle! the wr.lves. lie hits been oat several times thi- winter in sections where the wolves have been at work, but hts not been able to get a sljht of one of the animals, al though traces of thtlr wurk were ta be found, and they could be heard howling Li night. Whilo they aro destructive to all clcsses of stock and are likely to pall flown full crown horses and cattle, thev do tho most damage among colts and next among calves. It has been estimated that the de- struction by gray wolves over the rango country of the northwest is over $H)u,uo0 a year, and as they arc increasing in num bers tho loss from this source Is becoming greater. So far their work is coniined to the west side of the river, only au occa- elnnil nrm hninir rcco r.n the PAst khia. They soTiietlmes cress on the ice, but have never remained on this side for any length . of time. Chicago It means MUZZLED PJIESS. DESCRIBES ONE IN A RECENT ADDRESS. Attendance Neceeearr In Fnb-and Kloderc&rten Sohoolt Politic Must He Banished More Art For the Buildings School Lanohoon Needed. At H e rtT?nt forty fourth annual meeting cf the Illinois Teachers' association at Si rlngfield, Dr. E. Benjamin Andrews, president of Brown university, spoke on tho sub.eet, "The Public School System ai an Inuruineutality of Social Advance." Ho mid : "Two methods of dealfcig with these problems and only two during all time The first, that of have bfw suggested. Plato, proposed that Increase in population should be confined to the children of wh are physically, mentally and part-al- l morally capable. It in evident that this dream can be njilizcd only In Utopia. The second, that of Juhu Stuart Mill, proposed that the poor be taken care of by colonizing them In districts where they can start Jdfe anew under favorable conditions and be encouraged in the v. ays of thrift, and that this colonization work bo supplemented with education. Of this method tho Salvation Army ii the modern exponent. "It is evident that we can aut put Into practical and general efloct lir. Liill's col- Compnueary H THE r"k v j . 'j . B. AKDrjtwa, plan without the coercive authority from government to compel sub mission on tho psrt of thoso it is designed to assist. Therefore we must turn to en-- ; EOVEL ?AS tCEEKSJ. larglng the tiuctlcnal phrase of the proposition. Suggests Two Hemarkabla "First of e".l. If vro would mako edtien-llo- n Ohio Inventor lectrlcal Desls For Arms. tho rrger.erator cf society, we must j havo compulsory attendance in the ptiblio Brigadier General Flagler, chief of of tho army, is In receipt of several eohcols. This c'uould lncluilu attendance in the kindergarten. Wo must mako tho Tery novel war propositions from an enthusiastic electrician who hails from Ohio. kindergarten tha foundation of cur One of the appliances is called by tho education, and the age of ii "A- ""Mi" Inventor an electrio sword. The inveutor yours is none too early to begin thla work with tha pupil. TLe kindergarten observes In his letter that he has not yet to give the ehould to uiailo universal ted should lead applied for patents, preferring government the exclusive uso and control uy U) manual training. is described The sword of inventions. his la of "XTioroVifii manual training often xnora value to the pupil than years spent 11s being an ordinary saber, but from the with books. It teaches accuracy. I have blado near tha hilt rums an intulntud wire Jtriovrn many n young man to get his flrft connected with a small battery to bo carried either lu the cavalryman's pooketcr ottirt toward a literary style In the workattached to his saddle. A button to con shop. There ho learned to do thir gs nlco-JAs Tor the Lindergaiten lnucnce, I trol tho current is placed on tho hilt of the havo known cna child to regenerate a sword. In action, says tho Inventor, when tho whole family, v.orkint; a complete change in a careless mother, a rude brother and a soldier is In a position to strike r.n adversary, he will pross the button, and If tho degraded father. 'Noit we uiu4 brrih-- poHlicsfroiu our weapon ehculd touch the sword or body of school boart'j. V.'e must tie this to th.o end his enemy tho full current will lie and tho enemy would be so that v.o ptt letter tupcrlntcctVnts and teachers. 3n this re'jwrcl countries, stunned that he could to easily dispatched. Another Echemo of the same Inventor Is partic.ulr.ily Prance nnd Oarmatiy, no far bayond rs. in Oermcny, I have noticed, a kind of lasfo of pllt-n- t wire, connected with a flattery In the pocket of the soldier, the very best cducaUd ii.in Uath tl o butlo?i being pi: cud just gradis, Miiito haired men giving the tho controlling fruits of a lfclin;o cf teaiLirg to getting outside- - thebex containing tho battery, tha insulated w ire being coiled clotely about the beginners started t.n the riyht lead. "Wointist Luvomcial trail ing iu our tho soldier's arms. At the end of the w ire schooli It is a real inisforluno that the is to be attached n rod, cnr.sii uet'.d of m.v tnoohing cf cioin:ity and of religion is so li rial which is u good conductor of elecoften confounded. tricity. Tho primary design cf this Invention, "When we achieve til this the kinder- tho Ohio man says, 1.1 ta break up ccvalry partcn lnadouniversnl, compulsory nttend-i.'.rbutter teachers, moral training and cr infantry squares. In a rr; id adveuce leguliir coursm we thail have mndo a the wire is to be throw n la tbo midst of it long step ehcad. But v. e mutt not lose tho opposing troops, theencurrent living Ho fuii fooe. turned sight of catholic cultivation. Uoro art the same time should bo intr..Uucel iiilosr hool worl;and thiuLs the c2cct would be magical. electrician has a modiThe lnu.sio thould l oarricd fuit'ner. Kvery end all fication of this weiipon. This is to all Inschoolhou se et;;:ht to be i 1.... Wchk ..t a tents and purposes VHMU .I.IV, perfect lasso cf w Ire. l.n 'HIIU lllll.MB Ul ll,n iv knw. I'r..l A S' out thus armed, ho ears, could steal pure nlr and comfort aro rrime rciiuisitt Much of the insubordination in the schoolup to a sentry, lasso tho man and strangle room ark-e-s I have nv doubt because the cr kill him by electricity without noise. Thus, be saye, a wholo linccoukl bo killed. rooms nro not physically comfortable. General Flagler has Leeu much Interest"Tho school building H.ulf tln.tiM bo tho best product ef tircLiluture, end iialnt-In- g ed in these novel schemes, and ho fuiiy apshould eupplcn.ct its tisUr art in tho preciates the patriotism cf their Inveutor. Saw York Herald. decoration of tho Interior. Let beautiful pictures cover tha walls, ami let busts nnd The Orlg-i- of ficalplrcr. statuary fill the convenient niches. Thero vould bo mors than an reitheUeiidvantugo of the At tho recent annual In this, for history ni:d grugmpby often Kaltimoro Folklore societymeeting Miss Alico C. can be taught lx;t from a piottire. or a bit I letchor gave au Interesting contribution of btntnary that makes tho subject one of in a paper entitled "Tho .Significance of lmmedlato anil point iiitcnst. Thero the .Scalp of tho Omaha Lock; a should bo plajgioumls of ample siw, and Trite." Tho OreabaStudy Incinns, like many a well kept lawn, besprinkled with DowIdeas regarding othtr tribes, have ers. I would have cm set vate; its, too, at- a co."tinui: of lite,peculiar aud a kirid of spiritual tached to every schrA.!!.oiiie u that a Irish link between unimi.10 and Inanimate obbouquet might be placed la every schoola piece of any article They beiie-.jects. room every morning. connects tkeui v. kh the entirety. Tbo hair "Tho school i.ulhciilics thoi.hl furr.lh is thought to huve a close connect i with to the pupils every tiny en i.t.tln lie, high life, and cue posstesing it may wcrk his cluss, hygienic ltincLcon. Hcbool children w ill upon whoever or w hatever the balr now most of them at least suTer from belonged to. From' this Idea came the the iioccRslty of going homo to luncheon. custom of scalping enemies. Boston It is to school. If they carry It with them Transcript. Tho and Indigestible. cold, unhygltulo extra strain thus put 07.011 the physical A Receipted Hill. forces Impetles the opcratlens of tho brain A few days ago Mr. William Vhltcley, and the bent results from study are impos-- ! tiblo. Tho plan of serving luncheon to tho "universal provider," observed that a tried In Boston and In young gpiiileuii.il in the cash desk was the pupils has Ix oilier cities, and it has worked well. Thero much taken upwilh an interesting period ical, and ho accordingly quietly woko him Is both tin icoucmic and an In 1J10 plan, and we nil know how up by giving him a gentle pull by tho ear. tho social side of human nature U benefit- Tho youth, however, ncvur s impacting thatii, wu me ruiuii m uia cuip,..., or, 011.1 ed by the 1 met Ice of eating together. " Foil rtv!i years ef school life of this lieving mas is vine outi vi i:in joeiuiu friends, did net tuko the trouble to look ort would chango our national concephis rubber stDiup won on tion of w hat it Is to live. '1 ho best Im- up, but nabUil to the pad, untl came gently dow n on the pulses of the human heart would li en- universal provider's hand with tho stump, couraged and stimulated. We would have Williuui Whiteloy." Dropur s our prrat armies of wage earners stand- "Paid, Kecord. ing tcgotber as a coiiicqucnoo of higher averagu Intelligence and better under-- ; Will r.ulld MI11U For China. tnndlng betweuo man aud num. Poverty A. Janvier and Sidney E. Bowen Henry rson if 110 would would tl lie T car, because a cuter Uen li e rime of llfo so hntidleappod of Bridgeton, X. ofJ.,thearo on their way to big Mongolian emIn evtitrul province to utter defeat. ns to he j.noe.-liiieiul:ita tho event of strikes and that Is u remote pire, where they are to construct for slh er and copper coins on an order jiosilhilily. thir.k, undrrciu-- conditions from the Chinese government. They will there win. Id be a Ih Iter understanding to travel W00 miles Inland beforo they bivccn en pi. Vet at d umplojed, snd less have T.' n rur w ould cciimj to hato arrive at their destination and will be biUerii(s. by a detachment of native Iroopa. for rk'h, tine woi .tl lio no need of guardid t)io 1 hey ospei to be gone year. New York charily. "it will lnil.ritl i;gainct I this ropied Journal. v :eM ll rt it la us lali.-litriuin j Vo Rare the Interior. le no more smlaiis-tn- Iv n ly lh"t H v.oui In thine disturbing- doja, I ween, t t an our putillc whoul system, j Poor I'hina a hope ta found l,'i.i'.iis ho adoption of such In havtnic on her c:at enouKh v.it, then,It.'Htvit. Vi torts to io around. Apathy on tho pnrt il'.s! i j .' e fat roll News. ; t;o Tunes Herald, cnlzatlon Timcs-Uerald- ' ord-enn- - fori-ig- ' Irrepi-efsill- 4 l 11 ' ' 1 e. 1 pre-Hi- jn I - BY iSj IP U i J i IK&A $ 3.50. $1.50 A YEAR. IMS. 12, MARKETS IN CHINA, Here li Load, broke! s, THE j tuomotiye. EVOLUTION OF MONEY. President Ingalle of the Big- Four Bpeaks TInwarranted Government Interfereaos examination of rue of Aniericau Rallw&re. I'reventa Kuay Tranaltloo From One of the jwstoffiee department for the past FOUR MILLION PEOPLE HUNDRED to Auother. Presidont Ingalls of the Iiig Four, In that some lieu or more year would REACH. TO WISHES EUROPE WHOM and many of them of reputahla gpenking of the locouiuthus of the future, is simply a commodity that i Money and in (rood standing financially, character says: generally recognized as a universal were placed upon the "fraud hot" for ailec.tid " Probably loeomotives prc.pt lied hy Ileal Reasons For the Movement Which equivalent, and its degree of goodnes Illegal ue of tho mails. tlio fmiini. come in If not, t re Profits In a tireat aoiiit'r of those caes tha amonnt or efficiency consists in the unanimity of eraiany la Leadlnc-Larsomething else limy. And yet we cannot involvl wai inooniennBtitml. Tlie prueenliiiin the W extern World it China la Helped tell what the coining years have in store in the recognition of the fitness of tha comin all were et in cliari-.and wliuoul to a Hltticr Industrial plana. tho way of improving out- railway facilimodity used a money to perform the Sfrvioe of notice of any kind upon tli pariius essential functions of money. Many ties proomxied agalmt. speed, trains higher pu,:iltly cheaper In oriental the All New York merchants All that can be aaid ta that power so arbitrato tiUKcountryof ours commodities have been used as money, but it Is ry and despotic In charafter is veatod by slat-at- trade believo that Kuroie Is deUiruilned to Uiat the railways should Ixi so and they have remained in use as long; in the ut&otn of tho dejiartmeiit, who, In accelerate tho opening of China to comthat brant h lines cum l built to every a they met the essential exercining tlie mam, bat continue requirement praetiee merce and that the present action of GerIn tho scat lmtend of of money country, county lnausurat.il at tha time oi th i:tsaKe of Iho among the people where need, aet ud purse;-- Mntmuotislv ever since. many and Kussia Is the forerunner of a topping at 1x2,000 miles of railway we or until some other commodity appear-- i should build at least o.Ooo miles a vear in It can be nfulv suertud. however, that at inffri,l Kuronean movement to tnro ed the fitness of which commended it-j no period hi the -- ,, of the statute haa the fpmo end to end before many short and Inexpensive lines as louden to self to the intelligence as being superior sr.me Un so y1Ko,OUJl, enforood as within the main that the of tho commerce. systems, days finns0 to western and the heavy wagon should to the commodity then being used. iw imt.ions deal with China stagecoach ft.- - .....r . Sueh ortWm are oeoflsionally revoktxl, but A people have advanced in discrim. mis oountry will soon Lave tons do tK nutra rn lv are iniiv" cojitioci-, any 0fi 1:0 mill ..,,1,. 1. .Ill .. ini!remimg v v" inating intelligence they have discard-- i ' tion Ifoins to tat niehta of the case, in most whononcetno mimw j i ,u" . ., ,, , oi railways to servo them ed Inferior commodities and of the world and Instances mail matter addressed to tho air-the western ",'"' imies adopted ia an Increase of 40 per cent over properly grievwt parts Kreturnedto the writer mark, d find br actual csperiii'Clit that thonoel that was supeplace thereof fraudulent," aid ail money orders are re tv is really a good thing, a convenltiiice m" pruavus uiuaago. iney eauuoi 00 DUilt, rior. These something changes kept taking place fused paynieM. a blessing there Is llttlo dirjculty until finally gold and silver became the The daily of such a dangerous and use. llus has bttn its bIiauI extending statute clear! deinimstmts tltat atlverllstira, oommoditie that were recognized by which rained a who do bus'iMej thronith the mails with all the case witli telegraphs, the people of most countries aa being be reared. Borts and oondituna of ieoplo, should lie rep- - storm w hen the poles began to tho best for use a money. rs is lines Sociological cf network a telegraph rt'sentea nero, m order that prooHeani Today transition is constant Change is th outhnixl abo--- sinnut be instituted asainit tending Into overy part of the elliptic. a them upon metaex iiorteooiuuluiat, tclerum Feklna Is nc t lu instant icncn wivn an natural order of things, and change or report of a postmaster or other oftioer of the come about naturally aud are therefore provinces from Yunnan In tho souththe government Amerwest to Manchuria in tbenorlhonst. effected easily, if the natural process is A hearing ehcolil be accorded prior to the ican and othor enginoerswho are building thero-toallowed to go on undisturbed. Troutaking of anj mtlon anduotanbaouoent the while TliU prevnti the conviction of a person Chinese railroad say that, ' blous friction ensues only when there ia be r will them the only pracpriuiually aralnsl before ho has Imi a trial and reverses vv r J , lam obstructive governmental interference tice now In tot It may also hero ba stJi toil removed, ths way for the locoinutivo bids to delay or defeat the natural order of widr.r. farther and that in each eiw where suoh action la taken to fair open ctaudily, s innow by the deusrtaent InaiKwtora are is a great point gained thut the rtdls 4It things. ths to same proper structed to prtnait the In our own day the stagecoach has have now been laid ;o within cijibt mil United Btatu atsorney for pro'ioeulioneven of walla tho of Peking, though they been supplanted by the steam railroad, Should you dwui It alrisable to liava s Use soorcil and stagecoaches havo practically in Sishinctou to look after your have been stopped them been bbo" residenco of Imp.-ria- l tho tun&t siieifio in any or precinct interests BenersBy. appear a thing of the past. The tallow to aet for you. 1 uava I, aaved from contamination by too close Me. I would dip was succeeded by lamps filled with had five yeuia at experience as law clerk an! contact with such Western improve- havuiK lntnta." burning fluid or oil, and lamps by illuattorney for the soatoffice department, withdrawn troathe service some two months 15 h wfth M minating gas, and gas by electricity. n 00nrr,pll j rmd e since., and an, familiar wh (to Pcti-Theao and many other change were acaou reiaettiis moat available ud creased their trade wl h China. T he deal- complished with 110 serious disturbance defense,, muplov! Incases of this eharaetor. .mriiimeM I am moat rosiieoti- lnes of her peoplrt with live couiitru-- s cspe- whatever, and so it would be with come at. . ixnu.is. iliv. cislly Great Britain, India, li t'nilod modities used as money in the absence have in shown they cannot be Improved and Irmreasod of my A number of inch circulars are tntei, Japan and Germany The: governmental obstruction. The most gratifying progress. powers with the present system of legislation and would be no possession. Ko two are exactly alike, the quesmoney threatening because ro not getting Impatient the w ith tho prcent prejudice against them. but iu all ths Bame nublushiuRI story mtia Bin um nu The dovelopment of the country demands tion in this country today, endangering n- irnav iir.uiuna im -nna ,,,1 v,l 1....1J 1H IKllH UJ ,t...i...i tlieuomiuieno for they aro. But It is tantalii-iu- that this must be changed. It is through tho continuity and perpetuity of ail th postoflica Those conditions revive proving, to Europe, whin it needs new markets such institutions as this, it Is through such business activity, if the United State timet a recollection of the good old so much, to meet so many obstacles and students as these, that tho change must waa nut engaged In the banking busiwhen it was only necessary to drop an find the growth of trade comparatively so oomo. In the centuries that have gone the ness. accusation into the lion's mouth aud slow in tho populous land and oie youth of the various countries sought Among civilized people the day of the victim was whirled away to the in of the richest countries in t lie wolM. This fame and preferment In war and Its usefulness of silver as money, except in is the reason why strenuous efforts are We live In butler days and quisition .. ..... mu subsidiary form, are numbered, and .v:n .. A til In a higher civilization, but tbo service of iin,.iH .1... Tho situation should excite sorioui silver is going out of use as surely a r. 01 e.m.m ue suum lieu iiio rt ust offers tn Wider Held for a our railways have the stagecoach and the tallow dip, appreh eusion, for it is not . ri.nlt ... thrown mien to tho wsKturn ir,ar!ete for lame achievement and than anything fiesxrin see how under tho condition of old. Tho road to sueoess In this line Is aud for exactly tho same reason civiii;i."1h1s ....rtrlof .i... i .nl, iu mo auctj,m 0I lorelgn cartel and culerprise not through carnage and Buffering, but It lization Las outgrown the condition entWh both tho western nations Is none the less sure aud requires equally which necessitated its use. No money meroonary iufarmars might construct a system of blackmail more faneaehing anj tu8 peoplo cf China, and In one way moral courage and Intelligence. A new has ever come into nse nt tho behest of and more destructive of ciTil rights than or another It Is serieuUy proposed to ao- - evangel must bo preached in reference to government or because of statutory enthat now nracticed by the police of out quire such an lnflttunco in China as to rnilwnys. They lusi't lie placed upon a actments, but solely because of recogciuseiy aim muy y tne ties 01 higher older, and Instead of being pariahs nized larce cities upon rVimscllerii, garublers ability to perform the function coiurcerco to the rest cf tha world. tn business they must bo the tienefaoturs and prostitntee. of money. Austin W. Wright in Sound of western and friends of all. dual For a Instance,, Denver News. great Since tho ru'stofflce ha gone into Currency. Invested in tha China tea bnsiusuM as a eensor dtigens may capital has been i. and it ha suiJerod teniUy from the be cut orT froai all communication with trade, 6E0ELT USiOtJE. "Free Coinage" Demand la MLsleadlngv QUEBEC'S Is tbo tea still fact that epared entirely their friends, suddenly, peremptorily, by the natives. In Japan pithe c t; ort If any advocate cf ths free coinage of tea Is of Desire the Provluce French Besldvala ailver dollars or copper dollar or iron outrageously. There is indeed no limit prepared under the direction of foreigners. to lie Free. to the outrage possible) under such con- In India the planting, cultivation and dollar at any ratio, 18 to 1, more cr Major John Ij. Bitlingor of Missouri, ditions. What may or may not be writ- sending to merket are entirely under lor- lens, will arco to atop there and ask whilo oonsttl nt QucIk-c- , Ainctlean general use ho:o I scl. rountiies supervision. ten or printed is now determined by tho eig; in Chicago mado tho startling statement nothing more, I for one am prepared to in modern methods and ent.he linehlnory censorship. Editors wako up mornings that thero was a secret league among ths moot him, nnd iu that way to stop tho to find whole editions of their paper de- the preparation of the crop, tut tho tea French people of the provinoo of Quoboo present contst. Wbo would want them? as Is grown sad of China today nied carriage) In tho mails throsgh some it was two centuries reo. 1k methods which had for its purpose the ultimate In- Not one of thoso men will consent to moral qualm or greedy strike of the are antiquated and the j rcdnet lu iiifirier. dependence of that province, lie said Its freo coinage ou those terms. Not one of postmaster. A monstrona nsurpation cf The result is tl.st China ten Is being ramifications extended not only through- them would be satisfied. Not one of power has fastened itself upon our na- crowded to tho wall. In IS: J the I'nited out tho other Canadian provinces, but thoin wonld then get what he is after America, and that when the under tho tion, and tho subsidized press is silent Kingdom imported i5G,C00(0oo pounds of also into pretext that free coinage and proper time came they would niovo earnestnnd nine years later the ImChina wbo hope to fool all the peotea, Capitalists "oqual rights of gold and silver" are all ly and with one common purpoao. of cnc that to ll.iid fallen about had time ports ple all the by controlling editorial Mr. Bittinger said tho information bsd that he wants. I challenge uny one to It has bieu reserved for the na utterances require their subservient quantity. fiud mi advocate of free coinage at 16 to l tea merchants of Futtiau, who taw been Imparted to hlui y a rrenchmau of tlve 1 ou these slaves to keep Bileut because the civil their ueh high standing that he felt compelled that both gold Biinplo term threatened with extinction as city rights of the citizen are to them a mat tea pert, to bs the Hist to tall 0 step to to brliuve it. The movement had for Its and silver Rhould be treated alike; that ter of little concern and because while Improve tho produtt. They aro bi ginrlng Inspiration tho nuttirul racial antagonism both gold and diver coins shall be made the French toward the English, as well for they feel safe from attack they care lit- - to introduce improved mothotls, and hope of any one who takes tho bullion to on their own ground to compete with the as the antagonism Incidental to religious tho mint to any number that he want. tie about anyone else. was further Intensified differences. This To the labor press of the country we trade of India and Ceylun. But ruchau I challenge any advocate of free ooiuago by the reflection which tho French Cana ninet look fcr the protest v.hich uliall furnishes only a portion of tho China tea dians havo with them, thut at ons to deny thut freo coinage, pure and sim-plever will V.'liat Influence about bring i not what ho demands, and not finally enforce the correction of this, exports. tho Introduction of the Indian methods time they were the masters of Canada, evil, for it is tbo earnest, honest, serious and inachinurr in tho vu of tiie and they would hail with delight the day one of them will (hue to meet this chaleditor of the littlo struggling reform Yang tso volley? Unlets this transforma which would sue them free from Kugliah lenge. This demand for free coinage is a paper who pomts out a wrong aud spares tion Is made, China cnu hare no hope of domlnnncy. Hoof suld there was little senti uot to cry Woiiii lor its remedy who comcetlna sucetst.'v.i'y with tho over- - ment In favor anneiallou to America, cover intended to conceal the trno purIn Idea swallowed the up everything being pose of those who ask it. Most of those nowadays l! must 111 danger of an attack whelming- flood of India am! Ceylon tea. Fevon huinhed year ntfoce!t;n was in of an Independent nation. Chicago Trib who from the ceasusiiip and muft wage a support this meaimre havo beou une. but the from Into China Inula, trouuter! contest single landed or Hiibiuit to bavi uud misled. Let such 'men ptj hew learnud t.i not Lsve grow natives yet Sooio Iudiaua Iilroreea. his paper crashed out and himself sitho question to any. owner of silver is a jtrcvlng do- CL.r. tho lenced by the monstrous tyranny of this The untistnj sperliirli) of a mother and mine, to any senator or representative of tl.O flii.T m:r.!itJiand in China new American inquisition. in congress or to any and every candicotton clrtl.ii. but v. IMi phnty ef r.,,v cot- ('.niglilrr belli appearing at court the same Our legiilattTs have betrayed tue 1)60. ton nt her doers China cannot make those day asking lor tllvoic.es was presented In date on the free coinage platform in re court at the Anderson, Ind., superior tho following teruia: pie. Our jndgps have delirerod them U grades uf goMls. The t iilneso farmBoth were grunted the decrees. their oppressor, lloth "If we grant freo or unlimited coinand er still sows cotton seed broadcast, the cently. Mrs. was I'Jln and The mother Barton, on the groend, tho without charge for the coining, age, judges have been goinj a!n;t to e.ituh- - P'nnts aro t.o thickand clim-The d ation. inloili she daughter (no lib' r la neces h.sli their own righteousness until our bolls never mature, will you demand nothing more?" Not und her was Sirs, ilinnio Moiilry, charge h:!!1 sro Low wholo political system is rotten with sarily conrse. Cctluu a man who know what the true purat iihrnighal blJ e'.i.er ocuUis, was cruelty. misdirected oflioiulrsm. In tl.o curly but tho saino county the filing pose in will Huswcr "Yes" to that quesChina can never pre.duc tt o In tier of lteeently Indivorce revealed a more re- tion, suit (or Edward A tkillKO!, days of untirisvery reform tha popular qualities of cottons null her tystom of markable case than this. It was found way of stpiw1'1 unpopular seuti- - cultivation Is iuiprovid. that tho applicant's two sister had been Before the growth ef her menurr.clairliig nionta was teuuiieci a inou and loot a Ia Japan Fifty Years Ahead of Car her re- divorced, that her mother had been divorc printing office, but in the early days of Industrie in coiumenf urste v.liti are ed three time.", two aunts had lcn grantr.i .1 i.eoi in, wito The exportation of gold under existinduKtrial through which we nro aourtvi t he imm-Ked two decrees, and the grandmother had involves no danger now passing we have improved arj(m iutf cieut In the inventive qtmliiy, will, n also a good dlvorco record. Clncluituti ing circumstances quantity erf in a Idnci-y- v hieh to thin country, but it is not pleasant old way. It if so much oaaier to get a an enormous Enquirer. the United to bo wiurceef vstt profit will to reflect that I lie present shipment law miide to suit the purpose nnd thejj Status, Briinin, tin Germany and Missouri's Creat Frnlt Crop. are called for partly to furnish the supto wvure lUirahservient ccunivanee i f (.iiiictj-- ; lilo to supply It. The sup-At tho recent meeting of the Sloio Hor ply for Jupim. It ia less than 60 years our judicinrj. !y oi iiireed 1natc1l.1l also will iiifer the secretary since wo bombarded the heat lien JapaShall we wit uutil the serpent the nioft i4i.Illal)Ui npiirtiililtiea, which ticultural society at Jlots-rlwarmtvd iu the breast cf our "fourth tho westeru cations are is;:er to embrace. auiioiinu'd f 0111 carefully prepared figures nese to bring him to a realizing sense of of the Klsxiurl bwt your our apple crop estate" shall last turn upon its pre England can almort count ti;e years w hen that higher civilization, aud now apparto the twai-- crop ninoiii.ti-become wilt vxliniisU'd, coal her supply ently server beloreuiiug wua it acc.irdiiis Jupuu in 50 year ahead vi a largo to and other fruits to it.oou,I hit-of .rjii tri i.;t ta she lool.s () .l,fi(iO,t,'S) of our people in that practical number to its merits! Will the "fourth estate," and In In the total fruit a production giving to the almost liliniiiablecoallii Ids of China and important development of civilizawhen that nKllt "hull have gained a to her tii iieamcy. A few years ago state In l';H" of $lil,tou,tM). Tho business supply gigantic cr.'"i he side to crush it, or California gold miners attempted to open la In Its Infancy, and In the larger sense tion which demands that it shall tak New York citato" fall u victim the r4. h guld'a idsef only crudely understood. But the time is 100 ovuu to make a dollar. will the tving, but wr atten- WcrM to a supenet power uud the sto pwl by imtlve eppot ltloii. It Is doubt at baud to devoUi uioro ful If any country is rioher In all the mora tion to the aulj. et a'.d to kwp In mind traaedv ofLsoX'"? of Missouri Is destinl o I nro Conairpalliin Forever. Kt) VV. CnAvnrnLAiN neexsian- inlrirnl than CLina, but as yet tho fact that the fruit or!Sl Tnl'r'. 1.0'. c..n!01v e h irlic i'. moocr. neltner she nor sny one else benefits to a ed to yield un enormous rotentie to those iti-.euro, u...u retcnJ New Yott who Intelligently till tho toil. .St. Louis lnrgp exunt l:r tl ese lociitles of nature. U rat. is asking why, when so much uro Hla Ear CMht the Cry ef Sorrow. ll, vd' ',' C,hl?"' Vl!! n'e of wealth and in- - rP,,:!-- u ,Q,l Ike Royal Is the highest grade belieg poxsVr We bav Woiiu-Insarctora. . kaowa. jUteal teats aaow It gees ooj flueuoe w nir-- d(.vol.ipmittanm.t vnl,ng ru)),.,n has TheNewNewZealand haf ;;e draftZealand government has third further tbea any other bread. the world of power CfQ the t by for ,VBlreifd Inndiqinlo bill ed of a tho ,,t(Wl,v appointment , with rxUmsivo saircely lo st 'he bier of tho one or menus of distributing tl ein In tho Interior, women" us glanced at fteC0,UI"if the other But how China has opened t lie Wc.t river, on power to stop and InUnrogrite the girl e W'''1' "la Anieriean penplt whit h I union stniuia, to the coiiiineri of who is out at n lain hour. They are also today we world, unl our ktsem ne, eotum goods authorized to escort I11T homo, or, If the bringing tli70wcr,! ail(l 'heir tears to the Bl1 other pruluets can find H.rir way by lute gill Is a very hard eae, to take her to theKraveo(rt"Jr. onp retetitiotis priarkets along this great un eslalillHliinenl s lnlly provided and Men of varied walks ot and tuners lo U.rit (lmt ,fho hato her in charge of I he matron, pondcreeds aud ftwMl lllU profflsloist'1l'I wlh tho ,)ro(1. ing Inquiry. Now York Tribune. Olid men dotrl-wbOouvictio0.,aiwuoal,rroved ctl, ,,(ul, tMncse Inbcr, lo the (lihsoBt5 hve Ntoin.ed to ejpieas a ie,,t of ailnr tmilons, has Iwn thunuigh-regre- t I'aastns; alrtnlinu r.'lhta. 'ord for the ' ly ejplodid. and the inet has been equally Tbo European ovvcrs shtmld come to 000 of ii. wt-l-l I'm.wn, that fstntlUI.nl tbutk1110spirit some sort 1. f an ngri uncut whereby thoy u.ntiot I11 hi Ii od tooeeiipy a higher could jfi. wl"wtirld to this man It Cfpeople, feel safu to quit watching one nutiui.i.rt lal nail Indiislslal piano II lioiit tH yuiIthy for SBiTering mber long enough to get a little rest k Hour; cuM - rrlrg tn-- l U.,W!i u,..u the western Iiidlnliiipolis Journal. f" An e 8ab-stau- ZEAL How Making People Moral by Law Creates a Pmntata System The Weight ef MiaaroTernment Falls oa the Poor The or Subsidised Press Silent. i8peclalCorrespondence.J Some of the world's must bitter curse fall upon the children of rum through the agency of that class which St. Paul described as having zeal "net according to knowledge and as bt'ing lgnuraut of righteonsneHS aad going about to their own righteousness. " As illustrative of this take tho familiar and ever present example of the prohibition crusade. Here is a movement hurled against rumselliug and its consequent evils, drunkenness, poverty.deg-radatioand crime, with so innuh zeal and so little knowledge thut the tact of the rumselle.r has turned it to bis own advantage The unreasoning fierceness of tho onslaught has coin pulled the rumsellersto unite for self preservation, being tuua nnitwi tuo rum power hus become a great dominating pclilical force which no amhitious etatosmun can afford to ignore. And that is not the worst of it. The prohibitionist, with his geal not according to knowledge, imagines that if he oau only get lawe stringent enough such laws will suppress the rum trafHc, and so he besieges logiHlattires to make more rigid laws and wheedles juclgos to construe those laws more closely and threatens the police to compel enforce- mcnt of law more fiercely until nil moderate reasonable nnd juut mothoia of making, admiuisteringand executi lw are overthtown aud tho pocpla bo- ooine as disgusted with all law as they are with those creatures who go about to establiih their oten richteousne ss. These conditions hatch out a claea of ex- ecutiveswho fiud their advantage in encouraging and instigating the prohibi-- . tionist to continue his work of confusion, for the more draetio the measure r sanctioned by law the more tho will want to evade the law and the more be will be willing to pay the official who considerately winks at his violation of the law, aud so as a result of prohibitive effort has come not enly confusion in tbo law, bet there has r growu np a system by which tho willingly pays a regular tribute to pr: toct himself frora the oppression of law which no fair minded perwou approves. Thu has come about a debauch-iuof our whole tyetera of government which i a very much greater evil than all the combined evils resulting from the rum traffic. Tbo f:tet is that the dishonest polioe of all large cities find considerable profit in terrori.iii;; tho peop!8 by enforcing outrageous lawr, tgninst petty violators. The wore terror they can tlina inspire the more mcuey thoy can .extort from those willing to pay to have their continuous violations ovor- imJrcd. The Lexow committee uiorely exposed what every well informed New Yorker had known for years I ef ore namely, tho existence of a thoroughly orgauieod py&ten by which rtimxllere, gamblers, prostitutes and othera wore compelled to pay tribute for "police protection" a system which, bad it rooty in that fanatical coal which was not according to knowledge, a system which our much promising aud littlo performing "reform" in New York ha not (shaken in the tliphlOKt. Hero, then, is a good objwt lesson for thaze who are workiji? for tho industrial emancipation of their fellow men. I fear that even thoir best intentions have uot always bera accord iug to kuo'vledgo nnd that somoof the laws made through their inCueuce have been rsa Buggostive of clever evasion as the prohibition lawc Commenting upon tho result of tho recent election in Now York, a dec beaded preacher, Rev. J. II. Rylance, saiil : It was "nooeeveltism" that restored to flower, nnd ocr wt-- u. .,,,,, m 1 . I . -- eiie-u.ii- iei o, Ut peroe-pliun- nr.awai-- ro fr U-tk- nil the while of tbo ruption. ' t- g So much for the effort to make mou moral by law. It has always failod, and it always will fail, and it always ty fail. The laws Dr. Kylance re fers to havo not reached the wealthy classes, but to the poor in the over- crowded districts of our largo city they have been terribly oppressive, and their enforcoincnt so far from servuiB anv moral purpose operates simply a a means aud incentive to bribery and cor- 11 ! li , 1 e.-- , "flu sysb-mnli- - 11 1 l'8-- ,,, "ill--no- Now let us apply the principle derived from our prohibition experience to another manifestation of Beal which ia not according to knowledge. Under pretense of protecting the morals of the young, suppressing the lottery busines and preventing fools from being by knaves there hug grown in this country a censorship of the tip press and mails which has become a menace to our free institutions. Some of the of this ccusoiship are deoperation scribed in a circular letter, which is now beftre me, issued by a lnwver who cJBrIrf",..0'-rdlthat l for five- year did the work of the cen'"W-- Kui tneery were in lliHil.iii'a 1 unhl I'.rOUi tiaiplrt. tho age sorship iu an official caput ity without of sxirrow I b'llsilf Is g ii g .Vrw'i'oiV an far a I am aware at ciiiIdn-1of Is from the any time makTho 1...1V In use. to lie.' ij.Is g ing the slightest proteit "against the rael sat aaei.-.i.t,of to hya maki m 11. ght lawlessnos of tho AIttild Chicago tiinl lliey w 111 not run away null Mueloa censorship or aguinst aud wept-'- ab li iSHlll tilollO briilul couples. iuy single case of outrage accomplished Memorial J",8' ,!,:,. d "1 uui? o - il trials - l:iaH-ctnin- ,, -' win-dle- 0 fc rum-selle- preparations that were going on for tho great moral crash. f try to onnsole myself with the thought that our rising generation of rejormers may be taught something by rebuffs; that tliey may have to "walk prudently, not aa foola, in the prosecution of their hlsb alms. And with this reflection I am aoinnwhat comforted that a policy which sent forth hired men as spiee to entrap petty shopkeepeis into crime 011 a Bnnday morning tho crime of HiiMmth desewation in selling a hw.lt n or a kit of bree.d ; whjeh dragged br foi-- a luaKletmle for pnn!shiiint a poor mother who bought a drop of milk for bcr sick child en thu Lord's dny a policy which sets a detective in a mua's wuy at every turn, snub a policy deserved a rebuke, and we may batbti lor the re buke. We shall have dono with making hypocrite, with putting a tyrannous pressure upon men to forgvvxar themselves, with makinc law a thing for scorn, by maUins unreaicualjle ni.d cruel demands upon the oliedieura of cillxene. so teuiptiug to sweeping evasli.ca of Uie law, e and so nndermining and oorrupting the of the community. ..,lv.,l I bld rum-selle- blunted if we were wholly bni.i-.uwn- 1 . e j ' ' . . j ' .uuu. lrt n ) "5: EE. in rift f! rt a s - i WROUGHT "NOT ACCORDING TO KNOWLEDGE." Hui-siai- yx MISCHIEF of tliat lawlessness. the circular: My Psur Sias-- nv ' itv ,ks to 1. Vol.. HI. D3. ANDREWS ys w ft METAL MARKET. Latest Silver, 5G centa. Copper, broker'., 12.20 diiV t" r ten3 "" pro-pi-ll- ii 1 e Populatlua of Kfvpt. geographers Luve surprised by the rocunt census of KKypt- - The population of W.OOO.ISiO reported eieewla that Philunder thu grvntawtof the pliaraohs. adelphia tuqulnn, POWDER Atsolutely Pure pome "v.! j kM IVfe'i fXV. WtW VOIMt.