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JEDWAHD ATKINSON'S FAU
LACIES AtlLY HEFUTED.
C Autli Smllh or ISnclntTOod, HI., Trill
the Story of ttm 'eiplr' Money In n
Tery Few WoriW - Attention Stu
ctctittl "Then tho truo question of bimetal
lism will como pnot tho false hU
inotalllsm tinder which It Is proposed
to forco n mnn to tnko silver when ho
liaa been promhwrt gold but n blmetal
llo International system of coinage un
der wljlch thero shall be a world's coin
mado of silver under another name
whoover names cither In nny contract
cr bill of exchange to bo called upon
to pay that coin and not to substitute
ono for another. That would bo a truo
system of bimetallism, and to secure
that tho International conference ought
to bo hoId."Edward Atklnon In' Tho
Chicago Record, April 2G.
This Is a now and untried theory for
two kinds of metal money pieces. Hith
crto metal money has been national
mainly, not universal. Motal between
-countries Is taken by weight, not at Its
"Custom makes tho strongest of
laws," uul gold and silver for money
aro of ancient origin. Silver dates back
for thousands of years and has been
popular with tho pcoplo more popular,
porhaps, than gold. Why advocacy of
silver should bo called a "crazo" and
tho advocates of Its restoration should
l)o called "foola" is dimcult to under
stand. Mr. Atkinson's theory, nB quoted
-above, tonds to placo money contracts
on n lovel with commodity contracts
within tho national domain and a pri
vato contract higher than tho public
policy which the law Is supposed to, rep
resent. Tho theory tends to keop gold
and Bllver separate, thus dofeatlng
equal bimetallism of long years' stand
ing. In other words, it would bo two
Jtlnds of Boparato monometalllsii on
tho theory of commodity contracts.
Deforo 1873 wo had free coinage and
bimetallism pure and simple at a ratio
of 1C to 1, tho two metalB equal In le
gal powers. If A had executed his
nolo of hand to 13 for, say, $100, and had
epcciOed gold in tho note and when tho
noto Was duo had tendered silver dol
lars, or vlco versa, tho courts of this
country would havo sanctioned tho
tender and would not onforco a specific
performance. Full legal-tendor dol
lars wcro sufficient in law for u money
contract. If ounces of metal had been
named It would havo been a commodi
ty contract, quite another thing. The
doctrJno of common law would not al
low any discrimination in tho kinds of
Icgnl-londor monoy, for othorwlso the
sharp creditor, knowing tho depend
ence ar tho borrower, could exact and
Jinvo "nominated In tho bond" or con
tract tho highest-priced money and
thus wedgo tho two kinds of money
aBiinder. Henco It was unnecessary to
mention one of tho two kinds of metal
dollars In tho money contrnct; tho law
maintained their equality by equal pow
ru and equal mint privileges. TIiIb
debtors' option was a balance, for when
ono motal advanced a trlHo tho cheaper
no tyuld bo In demand, and that
demand would ralso tho lower ono.
.i5ll!Vhi,,vep waB rp(,rUy) romonc
tlzed In 1878 they Bought to stab this
doctrlno of full legal tender, public and
prlvnte, wth that fatal dagger "ex
cept," tho exception clause, "except
-whero otherwise expressly stipulated in
tho contract." So to-day I take it that
silver noto of hand can bo paid with
old dollars, but a gold note of hand
cannot bo paid with silver dollars,
plainly inequality of lecal powcra of
money. This exception clause and pri
vate contract theory disintegrates bi
metallism, cripples tho legal-tender
function of silver and helpo to keep
silver subsidiary and subordinate to
tho monopoly of gold.
It Beoms "tho wIbIi Is father to tho
thought" to mako sliver lamo aomo way
n bolt drawn to clog the machinery
to iop Bllver "cheap" and tluiB have
an excuse to condemn It because It Is
cheap. That does not look honest. It
1b not fulr to denounce sliver In Its crip
pled and unequal condition and not en
lighten the people that It is so crippled.
If thero Is superior "honesty" in all this
"honest-money" talk, first make tho
conditions of tho two mctal3 equal be
fore you compare them. Equal terms
Is the foundation of all comparative
logic--equal both no to legal powers
and mint privileges. Then, after a fair
trial, if any difference exlstB between
tho two metals it can bo adjusted.
!f a silver miner can take his 3llvcr
to a mint and havo It coined Into full
legal-tonder 100-cont absolute dollars
"would ho part with the bullion for any
lemt This country being u large pro
ducer of silver and European nations
liclng dependent and non-producers, it
would bo right for us to set the price,
and if they will not agreo wo can go
it alone and let them follow.
Itight here I must Inject a little phil
osophy that Is little understood and
must analyze this "Intrinsic" valm
"hammer-test" theory. Rogers In his
"Political Economy" admits that if
either gold and silver were demonetize 1
and reduced to merchandise In the urts
alono It is doubtful whether they
would command ouo-half of tholr pres
ent value or price. Very well: then
what is the last half value on top?
"Why, It is money value functional
value pr utility value In Its chief use.
Gold owes Ub chlof value to Its chlof
tiso, which Is monoy use, and whero
sold baa to do all the work of both
metals, since silver as absolute money
is relegated to a back seat, gold Is In
greater demand, and Its value is en
hanced relatively. Silver bullion has
lost In Its monoy value, or last "half
valuo on top," as evldonced by the
legal tender dollar at 100 cents and its
bu'-lon yoluo at 63 cents.
A legal Under dollar always has 100
n A" y'$;$' . vK& T ftLAvtoi, , YN-?$
THE NAPOLEONIC CANDIDATE NOW WISHES HE HAD FOLLOWED THE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE NA
cents in chnngo. Once it actually took
285 coined cents to buy a gold dollar.
Tho representative valuo is tho main
thing in monoy; primarily tho valuo
was In tho money when little confi
dence oxlsted between man nnd man
and barter was kept In view and a con
ceived equivalent was demended on tho
spot, but as confidence grow by tho
sustaining hand of law tho representa
tive valuo Is tho main thing relied up
on. Wo havo outgrown tho tlmo of
running our monoy up Into Bpoons or
Jewelry "to get our money out of It."
Bankers understand this representa
tive feature, henco their "philan
thropy" In wanting to create all tho
paper currency themselves, nnd not ono
Is obliged to pay gold on their demand
notes on which tho banks realize Inter
est on their own promises to pay.
As Dr. Benjamin Franklin also In
vented n stove, I will quote him:
"Gold and silver are not intrinsically
of tho same valuo ns iron; their valuo
rests chlelly In tho estimation they
happen to bo in among tho generality
of nations. Any other well-founded
credit Is ns much an equivalent as gold
and silver. On tho whole, no
method has hitherto been a medium
of trndo equal in all Us advantages to
bills of credit made a general legal
Mr. Atkinson intimates that "Blltror
baronB" aro interested in free-silver
literature to boom silver. Well, now,
honor bright, is it not axiomatic that
the higher silver bullion "booniB" up
toward 100 centB, Us face valuo, the
moro "honeBt" tho bullion In the dol
lar becomes? I sometimes think these
cxcesslvo "honesty" folks glvo away
their argument In their denunciation
of Bllvor miners, It Is scarcity rather
than "honesty" that tho single-gold
standard folk want gold for "ulti
mate redemption." It would bo clear
er to tho average mind If they would
say remoto redemption,
THE MILK IN THE COCOANUT
is In the accumulative power of com
pound Interest. One great writer ex
claimed over a compound. Interest tn
blo: "One thing that astonishes m"
Is that tho deadly fact that lies burled
In these tables has not devoured tho
whole i ace."
If when Christ was born Joseph had
taken $1 down to tho money-changers
and "Improved" It at 4 por cent ln
torost, compounded nineteen centuries,
It would amount to over 228 noulllion
dollars, thirty-three figures in a lino
to express It, or, In other words, over
lu.COO spheres of standard gold tho
alzo of this earth. I dropped several
worlds for tho brevity of round num
bers. Or It would equal a string of
gold worlds to the aim and a quarter
of tho way back. Where nro you go
ing to got the gold or the silver, either?
What does this array of figures
teach? This: Tho heavy fundholdors
like the Rothschilds have learned this
"deadly fact," tho accumulative power
of compound Interest. They may oc
casionally assent to take their Inter
est In currency that they can turn in
the market for more bonds by "con
sent of parties," but when It comes to
tho principal, the goo3e that lays tho
coupon egg, they stand back on their
"legal rights" nothing but absolute
legal-tender money which they con
spire to limit to gold alone, so relative
ly scarce as to postpone Indefinitely
the payment of the principal forco u
refunding and crystallise and per
potuato bonded debts on all good, in
dustrious, tax-paying nations in tho
civilized world. It is long-timo in
vestments for their unwloldy fortunes.
What protects long-timo Investments,
largely created with paper credit cur
rency? The pitiable superstition
that nothing can be absolute legal
tondcr save scarce gold uuder tho dls
gulso of a single standard, so scarce as
to forco refunding instead of payment.
SUNRISE AT ST. HELENA.
It Is no trouble and is safo so long as
governments aro strong and tho pco
plo nro gullible. Thus tho Industrious
become hewers of wood and drawers
of wntcr. It was tho fundholdcrs In
fluence that Btruck down gold In Ger
many after California and Australia
discoveries, when thoy thought silver
would bo tho Bcnrcer of tho two metals
and gold was guilty In their minds of
tho unpardonablo sin of "luilatlon."
After tho Nevada discoveries they
struck down silver and reinstated
gold. Their influence Btnnds in tho
way of European nations making sll-:
ver absoluto legal-tender money. Theyf
were quick to discover tnat tno oiu au
Boluto legal-tonder silver dollar of our
fathers was rapidly Increased In coin
ago In the last few months of free
coinage. It Is scarcity and not this
latter day cant about "honesty" they
woro after, for tho silver dollar was
a trlflo abovo par, tho difference be
tween 10 to 1 and 15 to 1, tho ratio of
tho Latin union.
A single gold stnndard means re
moto redemption, a barren Ideality
when put to a test of redemption, us
Wendoll Phillips illustrated when the
chairs broko down: "Why, you must
havo actually sat down In thofio
chairs!" A scarce slnglo statdr.rd
means all sorts of excuses and subter
fuges to breed debts to keep the coun
try moderately "hard up," so as to
forco enterprise to como to tho creditor
class to borrownlso tho creditor clas.
get permission to Issue and control
the currency and "get rich on what
Bimetallism means to widen tho
legal tender baso, to right the wrong
and lessen tho excuses for private
snaps and subterfuges. It means the
equality of all money before the law,
It means more legal-tender cash and
less misery. It means tho utilizing of
the best available material for legal
tonder money. And as far as posslblo
all cash should bo a legal tender. And
moro cash would bo like the Introduc
tion of letters and tho Invention of
printing. It would pour sunshine
and Joy In dismal places and burst tho
"bonds" that grind to servitude.
C. AUSTIN SMITH,
Englcwood, 111., May 9.
II n. Arthur SpwII.
Omaha World-Herald, July 13: The
charge that the adherents of bimetal
lism nro engaged in creating a new
sectionalism was well answered by the
nomination of Hon. Arthur Sewall of
Maine to be vice president.
Mr. Sewall 13 a loyal, earnest cham
pion of bimetallism. He belongs to the
William P. St. John school of business
mon. Ho has been bravo enough to
declare his principles and to defend
them In times when those principle
were not so popular as they are today.
He has been tho acknowledged leader
of the forces of bimetallism In Maino
and his selection Is a formal servlco of
notice upon tho champions of the slngl-.
gold standard that every Inch of ter
ritory of the United States Is to be con
tested In bohalf of popular government.
Tho coinage of tho constitution can
bo restored without the help of the stato
of New York and of other eastern
states. But wo will have the help of
Maine beyond any reasonable doubt.
Wo will fight for Massachusetts and we
will invade New York. Pennsylvania
and New Jersey will not be surrendered
without a struggle and Vermont will
bo royal battlo ground.
The restoration of bimetallism is as
important to tho farmers and tho
laboring men of the east as it is to tho
Eastern newspapers do not reflect
public sentiment. They distort It. The
abolition of slavery was accomplished
without the aid of the eastern press
and the newspapers of that section ad
vocatod universal freedom only when
thoy realized that the majority was de
termined to establish freedom.
From Maine to California the battle
of tho standards will bo fought out.
Tho champions of bimetallism ask no
quarter and will grant no quarter,
They invito tho co-operation of all
thinking mon, but they will not lift a
hand to check a deserter in his flight
to tho foe.
We believe with Secretary Olney,
that on United States soil Unclo Sam
Is sovereign and that "his fiat Is the
law." We believe that England has no
authority to rule this country, and In
tho favorite language of Andrew Jack
son, "by the eternal" England shall
not encroach upon the authority of
tho American people.
Tim Kloctnrnl Vote.
The total Electoral vote is 447. It is
probable It will be divided a8 follows
as between Bryan and McKinley:
Alabama ?? M'K':
California " g '
Colorado 4 "'
Connecticut .' .. "q
Georgia '.'. 13' '..'.
Idaho " 3
Illinois ...... i 24 ..,
Indiana 15 '"
Kentucky 13 "'
Maine q "'
Maryland 3 ''
Missouri ; 17 ''
Montana 3 - '"
Nebraska g "
New Hampshire 4
Now Jersey 10
New York....f' 3G
North Carolina ii
North Dakota fc 3 "
Mo . 23
Oregon 4V, " ,
Pennsylvania , 30
Rhode Island , - 4
South Carolina 9
South Dakota 4
Tex"s .'. 15 ",
West Virginia g ..'.
Prom llr.mn't Own Paper.
Omaha World-Herald: A president
of the United State3 can be elected this
yoar without tho old or consent of the
eastern states, which have In tho past!
dictated nominations and swayed elec
tions. Every time a goldbug democrat
goes to McKinley In Now York he paves
tho way for two silver republicans to
como to Bryan in the west, Every time
a goldbug democratic paper in New
York repudiates tho democratic plat
form It rendors more certain tho repu
diation of the republican gold platform
among thousands of republicans In tho
middle and western states.
lteturnluc to Flrat I'rlnrlplra.
Atlanta Constitution (dem.): The re
turn of tho democratic party to its fun
damental principles has caused a great
scatteratlon among the mugwumps.
Their coming was no cause for rejoic
ing, and their going will not be the sig
nal for tears.
GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY.
One of Nature's Compensation It a
It Is ono of tho many klndlv nrovl.
slons of nature that "age brings the
philosophic mind." Looked at In tho
right way there is n good deal of satis
faction to lo found In growing old, a
peacefulness in being hors du com
bat, which is not unpleasant, says the
New York Tribune. Tho years, if thoy
havo somowhat destroyed the keener
n"hd moro ecstatic sense of enjoyment,
havo also dulLeu tho capacity for suf
fering nnd have given tho patience
which makes it posslblo to bear those
inevitable disappointments of life
which, to tho "young heart hot and
restless," scm absolutely unendurable,
Among the minor afflictions of youth
which are apt to dlsnnngnr wlthr
vanclug years is self-coa'sclouanei 7
people grow older and seo moro of the
world ihey lose this characteristic
which is so trying to themselves and
to others, and in consequence Improve
in both manners and character. Look
(it Jones, for instance what an insuf
ferable little creature ho used to be!
What an Adonl3 he thought himself,
and how ho bored people with his at
tentions! HI3 tlmo Is over now, he
says; he has left off trying to capti
vate since his hiir has become gray,
and ho has turned Into a kind, plain,
middle-aged little gentleman, who Is
always ready to oblige and whom every
one likes. Then there is Robinson,
poor fellow; how bashfurand awkward
and misciablo he was! Now he has giv
en himself up as a "bad job," he tella
pcoplo. and laughs at his own blunders,
while his good-natured simplicity
makes him popular with everyone. For
thcfe two the years certainly have
done much. But whpn it does not bring
the philosophic mind it must be ac
knowledged that ae is by 110 means
attractive. Thero is Mrs. Gray, who
takes her advancing years very much
to heart and clings like grim death to
ber youthful frivolities. How foolish It
all is! How can she imagine that she Is
deceiving her world when she puts the
roses In tho window which she herself
has ordered froi tin- florist, and hlnt.1,
giggling, at tho names of the donors to
her inquiring friends, who laugh at her
behind her back? And why docs Mrs.
Sore enamel over her wrinkles and
smllo at you with those terrible white
teeth? Women such as these make a
travesty of youth and destroy tho beau
ty of age. But these are not tho only
ones to whom age brings neither dig
nity nor honor. "What hypocrites
these women- aro!" cries Mrs. Stout,
who prides herself upon making no
pretense, and to whom it is true the
world and the devil arc no temptation.
But tho fle3h, oh, the flesh, it gain3
upon her dally. Sho tells you at ono
time she has lost one pound and at an
other she has gained two; and sho dis
cusses what she can eat and what sho
cannot eat, and her cook and her avoir
dupois, nnd her avoirdupois and her
cook ad nauseam. Een the elderly co
quetries of Mrs. Gray and tho vanities
of Mrs. Sere are better than such stag
nation. What a contrast to such as
theso is that dear little saint who,
wholesome, natural, autumnal and se
rene, shows by her sweet old face that
Time, while furrowing her forehead
with wrinkles, has Ironed out all tho
creases In her heart.
Prefcrreii CoiJ Oil.
Ono day not long ago a tall country
man, with his boots frescoed with
"yaller" mud and his pants legs stuff oil
Into their tops, walked into a Market
street dental office and Inquired if that
wa3 the place where thoy "yanked" out
The dentist Informed him that It was,
and he, taking a soat in the operator's
chair, told the dentist that ho had ono
ho wanted "yanked" out.
Tho dentist gave the tooth several
preliminary probes with a sharp in
strument, which appeared to give the
countryman great pain, and then told
tho countryman that as this tooth wa3
very sensitive it would be necessnry
for him to take gas to deaden tho pain
which would be caused by tho opera
tion. Tho countryman grew indignant at
this and very quickly Informed tho
dentist that he would take coal oil if
necessary, but ho'd be "gol darn ef ho
would go gas," as ho'd "heard 'bout peo
plo beln' 'fixlated by takin' it." Tho
dentist pulled the tooth without tho
aid of either gas or coal oil. Louisville
Policemen In ltuluwuyo.
The municipal policemen In Bulu
wayo, South Africa, is more fortunato
than his follows In many other parts
of tho world. Promotions in Rhodesia
are rapid and a capable man can soon
become a sergeant and draw from 13
to 1,5 shillings a day, or about $100 a
month. Tips are also regarded as a
legitimate part of tho income of a
"bobby," and he can accept a gift with
no fear of being called before tho board.
1I IVoalU Manac It.
Filter I would like to keep my
daughter with me a few months longer.
HIb Grace I should much prefer that
our marriage take place at once.
"Oh, what difference does it make
to you? I will advance you enough to
live on In tho meantime." Life.
At the Hub,
"Wantep flip pennies, yer four-eyed
kid?" a3ked the rude little boy. "With
pleasure," answered the Bostonlan In
fant. "Will you choose the obverse or
reverse?" Indianapolis Journal.
Mrs. Dearborn Is she unmarrlod?
Mrs. Lakofront Decidedly so. She has
been unmarried three times. Truth.
United Stntvs Patent onico Ilcporr.
351 patents were Issued to United
States Inventors thu past week, of
which nuintor Nol rashu inventors re
ceived 2 patents, uliilu 10 Iowa invent
ors were ifwaH"d. Jn-jes Gilbert of
Omaha. Nebraska, risfe-ivin? a patcnl
for a thnrst bearing for marine engines
while V. Ji, 1'ali child, Dillvr, Nebras
ka, rccclicd a patent for a corn planter.
AmongHt the notable inventions nro
found n railway trnck lnyer; a sand pa
pering machine: a. fenco comprisnp a
split tnbular rail having a projecting
serrated tontrue; a vegetable cutter,
grader and dish strainer, a pad attach
ing attachment for sewing machines; a
machine for forging car wheels; a pock
et for prize fruit; u hnircurler comprising-
a pliable web provided with longi
tudinal rolls', a self-feeding inucilngo
brush; a new tubing1 for bicycle frame
cgmprhjlng two half secllohs provided
with projecting flanges, between which
half section rnd 11 nges is '.held a wob
plate'; an electric Igniter for gas en
gines; nn improved carpet sweeper; a
golf club; a support for musical per
formances; a tire shrinker attachment
for anvils; a bicycle shoe provided with
an outer sole comprising a layer of
fibrous material; a field anchor for
check row corn planters; n step cover
for stalrn; an improved bicycle pump; a
folding brush; a collapsible chair; an
inflated bicycle tire comprising a plu
rality of tubes arranged to form taml
inations with intervening air spaces; a
lire proof floor or roof; a combined
chid's wnpon and velocipede; a combi
nation bloomer and divided sltirt;and a
a lap board in the form of a cylinder.
Parties desiring free information rel
ative to the law and practice of patents
may obtain the same in addressing
Sues & Co., United States Patent So
licitors, Bee Building, Omaha, Nebr.
It takes just ono month to send mail
from Buluwnyo to London.
It costs 27 shillings a week to maintain
an English lifeboat.
ANY ONE who has been benefited
by tho us.o of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
will receive information of much valuo
and interest by writing to "Pink
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Tho river Rhino flows nt threo times the
rate of tho Thames.
Talk In f.ivor of Hood's 8arsaparllla as for no
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Is tlia One
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