Monks Have a Monopoly. The monopoly which the Carthusian Carthu-sian monks have heretofore enjoyed In France, and which has netted the French government 2,000,000 francs a year, Is sustained under the ecclesiastical eccles-iastical law, as It has been under the civil law. Theso monks make the famous fa-mous chartreuse liquor, and employ everybody In the whole province of Grenoble, where Is tbelr mother bouse, called the Grande Chartreuse. The recipe for this liquor Is known only to these monks and only by three of their number at that. In 1892 a secular sec-ular priest named Clottl, who had been a Carthusian at Grenoble and obtained the net-ret while there, alerted the making of the liquor In Rome. His competition becoming felt, the powers at Rome were petitioned and supported the monks In their contention. con-tention. Father Clottl took his manufactory man-ufactory to Ixmdon where he atlll maintains it The profit to the Csrth-uslaus Csrth-uslaus from this liquor making Is touuted to be 12,000.000 francs a year.