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COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY, OREGON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1894.
prison for federal convicts without the been an unusual and pressing demand government to less than 3 per cent.
Highest o f all in Leavening Power.— Latest U . S. Gov’t Report
least difficulty and with an actual saving in many quarters of the world for the Nothing could be worse c- further re
of money from every point of view. | presence of vessels to guard American moved from sensible fin moe than the
relations existing between the currency
that by the adoption of the suggestion Brazilian P insurrection,
was the government has issued, the gold
, a , large , fleet
for its redemption and the means
E. p. t : l o r p ,
may be taken in the direction of the Janeiro. The vigorous action of Rear- which must be resorted to for the pur-
proper care of its convicts by the gov-1 Admiral Benham in protecting the per- 1 pose of replenishing such redemption
E j i t o r and B u s in e s s M a n a g e r
ernment of the United States.
\ sonal and commercial right- of
>ur fund when impaired. Even if the
citizens during the disturbed conditions claims upon this fund were con-
P o s to fflc e D e p a r tm e n t.
aflorded results which will, it is be- j fined to the obligation?
K a t t s o f S u b s c rip tio n .
The report of the port mas ter-general lieved, have a tar-reaching and w h ole-' intended, and if the redemption of
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presents a comprehensive statement of some influence whenever, in like cir- , these obligations meant their cancella-
M T “ Tnese rates s>re stric tly in advance,
cumstances, it may becomfl necessary: tion,
EXPULSION OP ARM EN IANS B Y TU R K E Y .
- . . t o r .nubscribera w ish in g n. change in their
the operations of the postoffice depart for our naval commanders 8» interfere ' small. But these obligations when re-
In my last annual message I adverted
I p -»o ffice addres« should g iv e th e ir o ld as w ell
ment for the last fiscal year. The re on behalf of our people in folelgn ports. ceived and redeemed in gold are not can
1 in ' ‘iw address.
to the claim on the part of Turkey oi
ECH6-I.RADFR w ill be sent to subscribers the right to expel, as persons undesira
The war now in prograta between celled, hut are reissued and may do duty
ceipts of the department during the
a ll arrears art* paid and paper ordered to
China and Japan has ren d e^ l it neces many times by way of drawing gold ^
ble and dangerous, Armenians natural
b ' d jc o u tin u-d according to law .
year amounted to $75,080,470 04, and
sary or expedient to disaitch eight front the treasury. Thus we have an ,
COST OF TH E A RM Y.
M ttt“ Any vubi-criber not receiving his paper ized in the United States and returning
the expenditures to $84,324,414 15. The vessels to these waters.
t * «¿ la rly w ill please notify this office imme to Turkish
T h e S t r ik e I n v e s t Ig t t t lo n .
endless chain in operation, constantly was fitly supplemented by a refusal to
The total expenditures for the war de
transactions of the postal service in
depleting the treasury’s gold, and never allow American registry to vessels built
By virtue of a statute of the United
W e invite short articles oi general in- questions in this relation have arisen. partment for the vear ending June 30,
TH E COAST BUR\ .'4 ,
near a final rest. As if this was not bad abroad, though owned and navigated by States, passed in 1888, 1 appointed in
t rest—long ones, as a rale, not published. A ll W hile this government acquisced in the 1894, amounted to $56,039,009 34.
Of dicate with barometric certainty the
s icle must be acconi1 : 1 bv the name of the asserted right of expulsion, it would this sum $2,000,614 99 was for salaries fluctuation in the business of the coun
Both the secretary of tltfc navy and enough, we have by a statutory declara- ourownpeople, thusexliibitinga willing- July last Hon. John D. Kernan, of the
i • friter, ot f«>r pttbl.c . o i, b a t -.s OTidefP e
try. As much, therefore, as business the secretary of the trea-;i iff commend tion that it is the policy of the govern- ness to abandon all contest for the ad- state of New York, and Hon. Nicholas
o^-'Ood fa th. We assume no responsibility for not consent that Armenians may be im and contingent expenses, $23,665,156 16
exist the transfer of the work of 4 h'A coast ment to maintain the parity between vantage of American trans-oceanic car S. W orthington, of the state of Illinois,
prisoned or otherwise punished for no for the support of the military estab complications
ti e opinions of correspondents.
K irered at rhe poatoffice at Cottage Grove as other reason than having acquired, lishments, $6,001,632 23 for
miscel throughout the last year to an unfore survey proper to the navv department. gold and silver, aided the force and mo riage. Our new tariff pxilicy, built upxjn to confer with Hon. Carroll D. W right,
s» :ond clais matter.
«commenda mentaru of this exhausting process and the theory that it is well to encourage commissioner of labor, who was desig-
without imperial consent, American laneous objects, and $25,371,155 90 for seen extent it is not surprising that the I heartily concur in thi
citizenship. Three of the assailants of public works. This latter sum includes deficiency of revenue to meet the ex tion.
added largely to the currency obligations such importations as our pteople need, j nated hv said statute, a commission for
Excluding Alaska and a very small claiming this peculiar gold redemption. and that our products and manufactures the purptose ot making careful inquiry
A d v e r t i u l n g K a t e s M a d e K n o w n o n A p Miss Moulton, an American teacher in $19,494,037 49 for river and harbor im penditures of the postoffice department,
area besides, all the work of mapping Our small gold reserve is thus subject to should And markets in every part of the into ttie causes of the controversies be-
Mosul, have been convicted by ths provements, and $3,974,863 56 for forti
p lic a tio n .
habitable globe, is consistently supple- tween certain railroads and their ent
Ottoman courts, and I am advised that fications and other works of defense. about $8,tkHM)00, should exceed the es and charting our coast lias been com drain from every side.
pleted. The hydrographic work, which
mented by the greatest possible liberty ; ployes, which had resulted in an ex'
an appeal against the acquittal of the The appropriations for the current year
DEMANDS IN CRE ASIN G .
to our citizens in the ownership and tensive and destructive strike, accom
aggregated $52,429,112 73, and the esti
C H U K C il D IR E C T O R Y .
The demands that increase our daDger navigation of ships in which our proif-
Turkish prosecuting officer.
panied hv much violen t« and dangerous
mates submitted by the secretary of
ucts and manufacturers may lie trans disturbances, with considerable loss of
A convention I,as been concluded war for the next fiscal year call for ap timated, the deficiency for the current depths of water, consequent upon the
amounting to $52,318,- year will be correspondingly greater, action of streams and titles, baa'-' vreto- most unsatisfactory to know that the ported. The millions now paid foreign life and great destruction of property.
* 1 UM HK.Kf.ASD P R E S B Y T E R IA N C I i r R C H — with Venezuela for the arbitration of a propriations
\J Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m . iong disputed claim growing out of the 629 56.
though the postmaster-general states fore been t.one under tree A'-rection of
ers for carrying American piassengers The report of the commissioner* has
protection afforded is only a temporary
a d 7 t*. m . Prayer meeting, each u eonesdey at
The skill and industry of our ordi that the latest indications are so favor the naval officers in sr / b jmmuion to palliation. It is perfectly and palpably and products across the sea should be been submitted to me, and w ill be
¿ r m . ( “ W e are j »nrney ng unto a place <.f seizure of certain vessels, the property
Ship transmitted to congre-s, with the evi
nance officers and inventors have, it is able that he confidently predicts an in the superintendent of i ‘i^ H ^ ^ s u r v e y . plain that tlte only way under the turned into American hands.
v'linm the Ix>rd «» i d , I w ill g ve it you; come of citizens of the United States.
R h ^ ii w th im and we w ill do thee good.” —
building, which has been protected to dence taken upon their investigation.
Although signed, the treaty of extra believed, overcome the mechanical ob crease of at least 8 per cent in the There seems to he no g km WUror why
? im b 1
N. B. N E SB IT T , Pastor.
dition with Venezuela is not yet in stacles which have heretofore delayed revenues of the current year over those the navy should not have entire charge serve, when dangerously depleted, can strangulation, should be revived by the Their work has lieen well done, and
hereafter of such work, especially as
prospect of profitable emoloyinent for their standing and intelligence give
i i H K D f h L N n i r p . c : - s e r v i c e s a t h a . force, owing to the insistence of that the armament of our coasts. This great of the last year.
be replenished is through the issue and
m . and i'p - M .
Hut.day school at 10 a . M. government, that, when surrendered, national undertaking upon which we
The expenditures increase steadily the hydrographic office of the navy de sale of bonds of the government 'or gold, ships when built, and the American asstiram« that the reptort and sug
' . P. S. f \ E.j, caH i Sunday at 4 r. m . M id w eek
sailor should be resurrected and again gestions they make are worthy of care
its citizens shall in no case be liable to have entered may now proceed as rap and necessarily with the* growth and
p:*iy»*r and p n c>e services, W edn esday e ve n in g
and yet congress has not only thus far
idly as congress shall determine. W ith needs of the country so that the de years, engaged in making «.«ficieut maps declined to authorize the issue cf bonds take his place, a sturdy and industrious ful consideration.
I t 7 o ’clock. M u sical rei.ear-al, each S atardaj capital punishment.
ever, lu g at 7 o c ’iock
a supply oi finished guns of large cali ficiency is greater or less in any year entirely similar to tho^e prepared by the best suited to such a purpose, but there citizen in time of pteace and a patriotic
TO PREVENT COLLISIONS AT SEA.
and safe defender of American interests
■ fE T H 'J D lS T C H TRi’ H —S U N D A Y SCHOOL
seems a disposition in some quarters to
The rules for the prevention of col ber already on hand to which additions depending upon the volume of receipts.
C o n c iu a io n .
in the days of conflict.
at 10 a . M. Pre .citing each fou r'll Sunday lisions at sea, which were framed hv the should now rapidly follow, the wisdom The postma6ter-general states that this
I conclude this communication, fully
PERSONNEL OF T H 9 L IN E .
» * rning and evening. Prayer meeting, every
provision of our law, denying American
the issue of bonds at all. I cannot for
Thursday night. ‘ T:t Lo d is in H is holy ttm- maritime conference, held in this city in
appreciating that the respunsihilitv for
I feel it my imperative d:ity to call at a moment believe that any of our citiz registry to ships built abroad and
RKV. K G IT T INS, Pastor.
1889, having been concurrently incor- for their mount cannot be too strongly obviated at once if the law regulating
owned by Americans, appears in the ' *)l legislation affecting the pteople of »he
tention to the recommendation of the ens are deliberately willing that their
ported in the statutes of the United
The total enrollment of the m ilitia ol class was modified. The rate received secretary in regard to the I personnel of government should dcfanlt in its pecuni light of present conditions not only to United States rests upon their rep>-
States and Great Britain, have been
several states is 117,533 officers and for the transmission of this second-class the line of the navy. T l v * agnation of ary obligations, or tiiat its financial be a failure for good at every pom t, hut rcsentatives in congress, and assuri g
announced to take effect March 1, 18!A,
men, an increase of 5,343 over matter is 1 cent per pound, while the promotion in this, the vital brand) of operations should be reduced to a silver to he nearer a relic of barbarism than them that whether in »i-c o id m i« with
and invitations have been extended to
anything that exists under the pier- the recommendations I have made, or
all maritime nations *o aditere to them. the number reported at the close of the cost of such transmission to the govern the service, is so great a« to seriously basis. "A t any rate, I should not feel mission of a statute of the United not, 1 shall fie glad to co-op>erate in p>T-
Favorable responses have thus far been previous year. The reports of m ilitia ment is eight times that amount. In impair its efficiency. 1 consider it of the that
I earnestly recommend its fecting any legislation that tends to the
received from Australia, France, Portu inspections by regular army officers the general terms of the law this rate most importance that tho young and omitted any effort I
prosperity and welfare of our country.
show a marked increase in interest and covers newspapers and periodicals.
middle-aged officers should liofore the to
gal, Spain and Sweden.
efficiency in state organizations, and 1
eve of retirement be permitted to reach long,
» H E LA W ABUSED.
T h e T r e a s u r y D e p a r tm e n t.
strongly recommend a continuance of
a grade entitling them to active and im is made for the final redemption or
The extension of the meaning of the
The secretary of the treasury reports the policy of affording every practical
putting aside for the currency ob li
Deals Largely With Reports that the receipts of government from ail encouragement possible to this im terms from time to time have admitted The system adopted a few years ago the
gation now used to repeatedly and con
sources of revenue during the fiscal year, portant auxiliary of our m ilitary estab to the privileges intended for legitimate regulating the employment of labor at stantly draw from the government its
newspapers and periodicals a surprising
ended June 30, 1894, amounted to $372,- lishment.
the navy-yards is rigidly upheld, and has gold, and so long as no better authority
range of publications, and created abuses
IN D IA N PRISONERS.
802,498 29, and its expenditures to $442,-
fully demonstrated its nsc'ulness and ef for bond issues is allowed than at pres
(105,758 87, leaving a deficit of $69,803,-
ficiency. I t is within the domain of civil ent exists, such authority will tie
The condition of the Apache Indians
260 58. There was a decrease of $15,- held as prisoners by the government for
service reform, inasmuch as workmen utilized whenever and as often as be
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952,674 66 in the ordinary expenses of eight years at a cost of $500,000 lias been
are employed through a ; oard of labor, comes necessary to maintain a sufficient
the government, as compared with the changed during the year from captivity
selected at each navy-yard, and are given gold reserve and abundant to save the
fiscal year of 1893. There was collected to one which gives them an opportunity the mere purpose of advertising goods, work without reference to politics and credit of our country and make good tlte
F E W R E CO M M E ND ATIO NS MADE from customs $131,818,530 62. and from to demonstrate their capacity for self- complying with the law in form only, in the order of their appli z.tion, prefer financial declarations of our government.
internal revenue $147,168,449 70. The support and at least partial civilization. and discontinuing the publications as ence, however, being giver to armv and Questions re’ 'ting to onr banks and
balance of the income for the year, Legislation enacted at the.latest session soon as the period of advertising is over. navy veterans and those Laving former currency are closely connected with the
amounting to $93,816.517 97, was derived of congress gave the war department Sample copies of pretended newspapers navy-yard
Amendments subject just referred to, and they also
from the sales of land and other sources. authority to transfer the survivors, who are issued in great numbers for a like suggested by experience have been made present some unsatisfactory features.
system. Prominent among them are tlte lack of
S e c r e t a r y C a r l i s l e ’ s H a n k in g a n d C u r The value of our total dutiable imports number 346, from Mount Vernon bar of revenue to the government besides its to the rules regulating the
amounted to $275,199 086. being $146,- racks, in Alabama, to many suitable
Through its operation tue work at our elasticity in our currency circulation
re n cy
P la n
F a v o r e d — T a . iff
657,62# less than durit g the preceding reservations. The department selected
navy-vards lias been greatly improved and its frequent concentration in tinan-
N e e d s A m e n d i n g — R e l a t i o n o f U n it e d year, and the importat ons free of duty as their future home the military lands carrying out the sehente of a business in efficiency, and the op, ortunitv to
eial centers when it is most needed in
amounted to $379,795,536, being$64 748,
work has been vastly an.t fairly awarded other parts of the country.
near Fort Sill, Indian territory, where,
S ta te s W it h t h e F o r e ig n P o w e r s .
676 less than during tin preceding year. under m ilitary surveillance, the former
to willing and competent applicants. It lute divorcement of the government
and the regular and legitimate news
W a s h i n g t o n , December 3.— Following The receipts from customs were $73,536,
is hoped that if this system continues to from the bnsiness of hanking is ttie ideal
prisoners have been established in
papers. Paper-covered literature, con
is the full text of President Cleveland’s 486 11 le»s, and horn internal revenues agriculture under conditions ^favorable sisting mainly of trashy novels, to the be strictly adhered to tliej-e will soon be, relationship of the government to the
$13,836,539 97 less than 1893. The total to their ad vanceinent.
as a natural consequence, such an equal circulation of the currency of the
J. O. W il s o n , Contractor and
extent of many thousands of tons, is
message as read in congress today :
tax collected was: Distilled spit its, $85,-
ization of party iienefit as will remove country.
In recognition of the long and distin
sent through the mails at 1 cent a
Builder, Sulphur Springs, Texas,
The assemblage within the nation’s
SECRETARY C A R LIS LE 'S P LA N .
pound, while the publishers of standard
thus speaks of A y e r's P i l l s :
leuislative halls of those charged with 617,898 62; fermented liquors, $31,414,- lischarge of the delicate and res[>on- works are required to pay 8 times that
This condition cannot he immediately
** Ayer’s Pills are thr best medicine I
tke duty of making laws for the benefit
D e p a rtm e n t o f A g r ic u ltu r e .
Our exports of merchandise, domestic M. Schofield, now general commanding
ever tried; and, in my judgment, no
générons and free people impies-
An abuse con ists in the free c.irlf-^3'
Tlte secretary of agriculture in his re
, e v e ! - pngaes» the exacting obligation and foreign, amounted during the year: sh e army, it is suggested to congress through the mails of hundreds
better general remedy could be devised.
tic currency and obviating other objec
I inexorsqS —esponsibility involved to $892,140,572, being an 'n,'•reuse over that the temporary revival of the grade of seed and grain uselessly distrt w if i port, reviews the opera* on9 of his de tions to tiic present arrangement of bank
I have used them In m y fa m ily and
of lieutenant-general in nis lieiudf ttiromrii the department of agri*^un~ ■ partment for the last 1L s', year, and
'■ . i
I- 1 '«of . nr ! )
recommended them to my friends and
reroirtnej-latt. .«• 1 ¿.’ i«» further circulation, the secretary ol the treasury
i . c „ jn st n n d g ie tio e s a ct, a / . l lh e postmaster-general preiticls uV>^if •lirt
-, n o ,' to TO itntlirtaxe,» i»y til, total an.ouiit ot g?d ! :.-j-r-ritsi•A’.,iritigJ
Wttnlovw fo? i
a t wen? fc&ears.
l ■• report*
“ congress of the United States, and in the fiscal year wan $79,898,061, as aitain-9 w ould perm it, his re tire m e n t now n d ir the law be so amended as to ‘ rail rate extension of its asefAlness.
T o iny cfria in ^ k iio w ie O M T - - ™-
; the discharge o f an executive duty en $108,680,444 during the fiscal year 1893. a t h a n d w ith rank befittin g his miantH. these abuses, not only will the pc t.Lice s -aving in the expenditure during the viding for the issue of circulating notes
of the following cowplaifl
v «a r o f $600,000, which is covered hack
joined by ttie constitution, 1 submit The amount imported was $72.449,119,
by state banks free from taxation, under
ilejiartment not show a defici u
D e p a r tm e n t o f J u s tic e .
into the treasury. ■ This sutn Is 23 per
" this rommonicatiolk, containing a brief as against $21,174,381 during the previ
certain limitations. The secretary ex
The report of the aUorney-gefieral he believes that in the near fature-iail cent of the entire appropriation.
statement of the condition of our na
notes the gratifying progress made by legitimate newspapers, periodicals and special study lias Iteeii made of the de plains his plan so plainly, and its ad
tional ailaira and recommending such silver were $13 286,552, and the exports
the supreme court in overcoming the ar inagn.lines w ill lie properly transmitted mand for American farm pr Bluets in vantages are developed by him with
-by the nae of A y e r’s Pills alone: Third
législatif»!, as seems to me necessary and
rears of its husinese and in reaching a through the mails to their subscribers all loreign markets, and especially such
bay chills, dumb ague, bilious fever,
THE SUGAR BOUNTY.
That country received
trick headache, rheumatism, flux, dys
The total bounty paid upon the pro condition in which it will tie able to dis sideration of ibis subject, and fully in Great Britain.
T h e S t a t e l> e p a r t in e it t .
duction of sugar in the United States pose of the cases as they arise without dorse the views of the postmaster-gen from the United States during the nine he superfluous. 1 shall, therefore, con
pepsia, constipation, and hard colds. I
The Instory of our recent dealings for the fiscal year was $12,100,208 89, any reasonable delay. This result is, of eral. The total number of p isto.iic.es in months, ending September 30, 1*94, tent myself with an unqualified indorse
know that a moderate use of A y e r’ s
W rites Postmaster J. C. W o o d so n ,
305 910 live beef cattle, valued at $26.-
with other nations and our peaceful re being an increase of $2,725,078 over the course, very largely due to the success
ment of the secretary’s propose«] changes
Pills, continued for a few days or weeks,
the United States on the 30th day of
Forest Hill, W . V a., “ I had a bron
lations with them at this time addition payments during the preceding year. ful working of the plan inaugurating cir June, 1894, was 66,805, an increase of */00,000 as against 182,611 cattle valued in the law and a brief end an imperfect
as the nature of the complaint required,
chial trouble o f such a persistent
$16,624,000, during the
ally demonstrate the advantage of con The amount of bounty paid from July cuit courts of appeals. In respect to 1403 over the preceding year. Of these at
statement of their prominent features.
would be found an absolute cure for the
During the first
sistently adhering to a firm but just 1, 1894, to August 28, 18!)4, the time these tribunals a suggestion is made in 3428 were presidential, an increase in period for 1893.
It is proposed to repeal all laws provid and stublxjm character, that the
disorders I have named above."
- -«■ér cign policy, free from envious or am when further payments ceased by quarters entitled to the highest consid that class of 68 over the preceding year. six months of 1894, the United K in g ing for the deposit of United States
doctor pronounced it incurable with
bitions national schemes, and charac operation of the law, was $966,185 84. eration, that an additional circuit judge Six httndt _d and ten cities and towns dom took also 112,000,000 pounds of lionde as security for circulation ; to per ordinary medicines, and advised
" I have been selling medicine for
terized by entire honesty and sincerity. The total expenses incurred in the pay for each circuit would greatly strengthen are provided with free delivery, 93 other dressed beef from the United States, mit national banks to issue circulating
eight years, and I can safely say that
me to try A y e r ’s Cherry Pectoral.
During the past year, pursuant to a ment of the bounty npon sugar during these courts and the confidence reposed cities and towns eutitled to this service vain -d at nearly $10,000,000. The re notes not exceeding in amount 75 per
Ayer’s Pills give better satisfaction
in their adjudications, and that such an
I did so, and one bottle cured me.
port sliows that during the nine months'
I law of congress, commissioners were ap- the fiscal year was $130,140 85.
than any other P ill I ever sold.” —J. J.
addition would not create a greater force under the law have not been accorded it immediately preceding September 30, cent of their paid-np and unimpaired
I pointed to the Antwerp industrial ex- It is estimated that upon the basis of of
Perry, Spottsylvania C. H., Va.
judges than the increasing business of on account, of insufficient funds. The 1894, the United States exported to capital, provided they deposit with the
A position. Though the participation of our present revenue laws, the receipts
used this preparation with good
government as a guarantee fund in
expense of free delivery of the current
(■ A m erican exhibitors fell fur short of of the government during the current such courts requires. I commend the fiscal year will lie more than$12,300,000, Great Britain 222.676.000 pounds of United States legal tender notes, includ
effect whenever I take
flHcoinpletely illustrating our national in- fiscal year, ending June SO, 1895, will be suggestions to the careful consideration and under existing legislation this item pork; of apples, 1,900,000, valued at ing treasury notes of 1890,. a snm of
rrepsrMtkg Dr. J. C. A yer & Co., Lovell, H u e.
•ermity and industrial achievements, $42-*,427,746 44, and its expenditures of congress. Other important topics are of expenditure is subject to constant in $2,5t0,000; and of horses, 2881, at an eqnal amount to 30 per cent o f the holes
v e t it was still creditable, in view of the $444,427,748 44, resulting in a deficit of advocated in the report, accompanied crease. The estimated cost of rural free average value of $189 per head. There they desire to issue; this deposit to be
Every Dose E f f e c t i v e
by recommendations, many of which
was a tailing off iD American exports of
and I know of numbers o f people
I S.rief time allowed for preparation. 1 $20.000,000.
delivery generallj- is so very large that wheat of 13,500,000 bushels, and the maintained at all times, but whenever
\ave endeavoi'ed to impress upon the
November 1, 1894, the total stock of
it ought not to be considered in the secretary is inclined to believe that any bank retires any part of its circula who keepiit in the house all the time,
/jeu Eovercment the needlcssness money of all kinds in the country was messages and at this time, therefore, present condition of affairs.
tion a proportionate
part o f its
not considering it safe to be with
wheat may not, in the future, be the
and positive liarmfulness of its restric $2,240,773,888, as against $2,204,651.000 need only lie named. 1 refer to the
There are connected with the post- staple export cereal product of our guarantee fund shall be returned to out ft.”
tions upon the importation of certain November 1, 1893, and the money of all abolition of the fee system as a measure
“ I have been using A y e r’s Cherry
of our food products and have strongly kinds in circulation not included in the of compensation to federal officers; the office establishment 32,661 employes country, hut that corn will continue to the treasury to prepare and keep on
This advance in importance as an export on
urged that the rigid supervision and in treasury holdings was $1,672,093.422, or enlargement of the powers of United who are in the classified service.
Pectoral in my family for 30 years, with
hand ready for issue in case an increase
(T | A G O worth of lovely Music for Forty —^
account oi the new uses to which it is
spection under onr laws are amply snf- $24 73 |>er capita, upon an estimated
the most satisfactory results, and can
in circulation is decried, blank national
n l 11 * . Cents* consisting ot 10 0 pages -
ticient to prevent the exportation from -population of 68,887.000. A t the same ritories : the allowance of writs of error on the suggestion of the postmaster- constantly appropriated.
full sire SSeet Music a t the;
hank notes for oarh hank having circu cheerfully recommend it as being espe
The exports ot agricultural products
latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular -
thi- country of diseased cattle and nn- tune there was held in the treasury in criminal cases on liehalf of the United general. H e states that another year s
cially adapted to all pulmonary com
selections, both vocal and Instrumental,;
w holesome meat.
gtjd bullion amounting to $44,615,177 55,
gotten up In the most elegant manner. In- ’
plaints. 1 have, for many years, made
ment serves only to strengthen his con year, ending June .30, 1S94, amounted to the present law imposing limitations
THE «H U M AN CLAIMS. «
and silver bullion, which was purchased by congress in the crime of murder. A
eluding four large size Portraits.
viction as to the excellent working of $628,383,038, being 72.28 per cent of the and restrictions, thus permitting such
0AHHENCITA, th * S panish Dancer,
The commission organized tinder the at a cost of $127,779,988.
of much importance is the condition of the civil service in this branch of the American ex (torts of every description, increase or reduction within the lim it
PADEREWSKI, th e Great P lanisU
convention which we had entered into
THE SILVER PURCHASES.
ADELINA PATTI and
the administration of justice in the In public service.
and the United Kingdom of Great
that A y e r’s Cherry Pectoral occupies a
w ith Chili for the settlement of the out
M IN N IE 8ELIG MAN CUTTING,
t> quicklv made as emergencies arise.
The purchase of silver bullion, under dian territory. The permanent solution
ADDRESS ALU 0*0t«B T »
standing claims of each government the act of July 14, 18540, ceased Novem of what is called the Indian problem is
In addition to the guarantee fund
T lie N a v y D e p a r tm e n t.
^ THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO. ^
against the other, adjourned at the end ber 1, 1893, and up to that time there probably not to be expected at once,
required, it is pro|M>se<l to provide a
Broadway Theatre Bldg., New York City.
of the period stipulated for its continu had lieen purchased during the fiscal but, meanwhile, such ameliorations ol
safety fund for the immediate re Dover, N. J.
Attention is called to the report of the
CANVASSERS W ANTED.
AN AG R IC U LTU R A L CENSUS.
ance, leaving undetermined a number vear 11,917,658.78 fine ounces at a cost present conditions as the existing sys secretary of the navy, which shows
demption of the circulating notes of
of American cases which had heen duly of $8,715,521 32, an average cost of tem w ill admit of ought not to be neg very gratifying progress in the con
A further important utility in agricul failed hanks by imposing a small an
presented. These claims are not barred, $0.7313 per tine ounce.
The total lected. I am satisfied that there should struction of ships for o r r new navy. tural statistics is found in the elucida nual tax, say one-half of 1 per cent Prepared by Dr. J. C A yer & Co., Lowell, Maaa.
and negotiations are in progress for their amount of silver purchased from the tie a federal court established for the ter A ll the vessels now building, including tion of the relation of the supply of farm npon the average circulation of each
submission to a tribunal.
time that law took effect until the re ritory with sufficient judges and that the torpedo-boats authorized at the last products to the demand for them in the bank until the fund amounts to 6 per P r o m p t t o s e t , s u r e t o c u r e
G erm any ' s cattle embargo .
peal of its purchasing clause, on the this court should sit within the territory session of congress and excepting the markets of the United States, and of the cent of the total circulation outstanding.
IS T H E »E S T .
I t is deemed possible that an ag
N O 8 Q U C A K IN &
Action upon the reported discovery of date last mentioned, was 168,674.682 53 and have the same jurisdiction as to first-class battle-ship Iowa, w ill proli» world
territorial affairs as is now vested in the
■“ -"Texas fever in cargoes of American im
T h e T a r iff.
$5. C O R D O V A N ,
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CAUt
portât ions of livestock and fresh meats was paid, the average price per fine federal courts sitting in Arkansas and fiscal year. The estimates for the in through the agents of the statistical di
The tariff act passed at the last session
from this country has been revived. It
J 4 * 3 .s-C FlNECALf ^ KAliSABU
June 30, 1895, are large, hat they in is commended for trial by the chief of of congress needs important amend
is hoped t hat Germany will soon become
TH E UNION P A C IF IC R A IL W A Y .
$ 3 . 5 ? P 0 LICE .3 S oles .
T h « W a r D e p a r tm e n t.
clude practically the entire snm nec thatdivision. Its scope would be: First, ments if it is to be executed effectively
convinced that the inhibition is as need
Another subject of pressing moment essary to complete and equip all the the area under each of the more impor and with certainty. In addition to such
From the report of the secretary of
less as it is harmful to mutual interests.
necessary amendments as will not change
referred to by the attorney-general is the
The Get man government has excepted war it appears that the strength of the reorganization of the Union Pacific Rail new ships not now in commission, so tant crops; second, the aggregate prod the rates of dutv, I am still very decid
* 2 .* l .7
army on September 30. 18SM, was 2,135
that unless new ships are authorized ucts of such crops; third, the quantity
to that provisisn of the customs of the
L A D IE S -
way Company on a basis equitable as the appropriations for the naval service of wheat and corn in the harcls of farm edly in favor of putting coal and iron
C A N I O B T A I N A P A T E N T 1 For a
tariff act which imposes a discriminat officers and 25,7*# enlisted men. A l
upion the free list. So far as the sugar
regards all private interests and as favor
prompt u u w er and an honest opinion, «rrlt« ta
ing duty of 1-iff of a cent a pound on though this is apparently a very slight able to the government as existing con for «he '¡seal year ending June 30, ers at a date after the spring sow ings schedule is concerned, I would be glad
M l N N A ' C O ., who have bad near!« ttft, .ea n *
S * * 4 .
eipoclcn c» in ih * p u en t Daunen. Comnmnicn.
sugars coining from countries paying an decrease, compared with the previous ditions will permit. The operation of 1896, should fall below the estimate* and plantings, and before the ...
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under the existing aggravations, to see
U o r i «trtctly confidential. A l l n n d l . o . k o t In
vear, the actual effective force has lieen
U G LASq
export bounty thereon, claiming that
formation concerning F a t e s i , and bow to ob
increased to the equivalent of nearly two a railroad by a court through a receive” $12,000,000.
The secretary presents ton anil tobacco remaining in the hands ! every particle of differential duty in fa-
tain them sent free. A im . catalogue o f mechan
B RO CKTO N, M ASS.
the enacting of such duty is in coutra-
regiments through the organization of
plea oi planters either at that date oratsom e ' vor of refined sugar stricken out of onr
Vou can m ivf m en ey by p u rc h a sin g W . L .
v n tio n of articles 5 and 9 of the treaty
T a len t, taken throoeh Munn k On. receive
D o u g in s Htioen*
the svstem of recruiting and the conse should be terminated on all grounds, for the authorization of three adidtional other designated time. The cost of the tariff law. I f with all the fa ior accord-
■poetai noticetnthe ïà r ie m iS c A lt ie r i, a n . mid
of 1828 with Prussia.
In the interests
Because, w e are the la rgest m anufacturer« dr
tau» • r * brom.hr widely before the public with
ed f i e sugar-refining interest in our tar
quent release to regimental dnty of a public and private, at the earliest pos battle-ships ami 10 or 12 torpedo-hoats, wotk is estimated at $500,000.
advertised shoe» in the w orid, and ruarantee
out e « «t to the Inventor. T h i. splendid paper,
of the commerce of both, countries, and
iff laws it still langtti-lies to the extent
large [ofee. of men hitherto serving at sible moment. Besides, not to enact the while tlte unarniored vessels heretofore
tweed week!«. eXwantlT illutrmted. bar bv fa r th«
the valve b y stam ping the name an<l price on
to avoid ever the accusation of treaty
lareaM Circulation o f an« ecientiOe work In t a .
.he bottom, w hicn protecta vou against h igh
of closing refineries and discharging thou
the recruiting depots
The abolition of needed enabling legislation at the pres authorized, including ttiose now nearing
world. » 3 . »ear. Sample oon.e« sent free.
T h e P ln a n r ia l Q u estion .
violation. I recommend the repeal of so
pt ices and the middleman * profits. Our shoes
these depots, it is predicted, will further ent session postpones the whole matter completion, wifi constitute» fleet which,
Building Edition, m ontai*. « ¿ 1 1 n 7 «er. Binale
equal custom w ork in style, easy fitting and
* - much of the statute as iin|H)ses that
During the last month the gold re Iffesent a ho pie less ir.se for reasonable
more effect an annual reduction appoxi- until the assembling of a new congress, it is believed, is sufficient for ordinary
w earing qualities. W e have them »old every
U fol p l u e » in c o lo r » and nbotocraph. o f new
«lutv, and I invite attention to the ac
where at lower p rice » for the r s lu e given than
with p l u » enabling builder, to .h ow t h .
mating $250,000, in the direct expendi and inevitably increases all the compli cruising porposes in time of peace. W e serve in the treasure for the purpose of legislation.
Whatever else is done
companying report of the secretary of
an / other make. T ake no substitute. I f yoar
tures, liesides promoting generallv the cations of the situation, and conld not hare now completed ami in process of redeeming the notes of the government or omitted, I earnestly repeat here the
M LN N k CO. NEW TO»X. 3 b 1 B u u w . V ,
dealer cannot su pp ly you, w e can. Sold by
state, containing a discussion of the
health, morals and discipline of the hut be regarded as a signal failure to construction hot four fir*t-cl**s battle
circulating as money in the hand* of the
> 'questions raised by the German pro-
troops. The execution of the policy ol solve a problem which has practically ships and but few torpedo-boats. If we
other portion of this communication,
concentrating the army at im portart heen lie fore the present congress ever \ are to have a navv for warlike opera- pieople became so reduced, and its fur that the additional dnty of l-10th of
yr.Msn.MENT o f M e x i c a n in s u r g e n t s . centers of population and transportation, si m e its organization.
’ tion«, offensive and defensive, we cer ther depletion in the near future seemed * ■
M per pound laid upion sugar im-
“ C U P IO E N E -
Eight years ago, in my annual mes tainly ought to increase both the num aorerta'n that in the exSrrise of propier _ p>rte«l
G o o f will fostered by many interests foist.adowol in the last annual 1 r<
irted from countries
ronntriea paying a bonnty
Thta great V< getahla
s-irr cdtnrnoo has marked our relations the secretary, has tesulted in the ahan- sage, 1 urged npon congress as strongly ber .if hattle-shipe and tor p o lo boats.
ore its expiort he abrogated. I t seems to
Tr e i ch . phyrirlan,
auicki cure vou o f ail ner-
with our nearest sonthern neighbors, j donment of 15 of the smaller posts. as I could th « location ami construction The manufacture of armor requires ex
me that exreedinglv imprortant con
f tiite genr-nun * < «**'.«, but -fa * » L*#l Msubood.
Peace being restored along her northern which »a s effected ;nder a plan which of two prisons for the cowfinement of pensive plants amt the aggregation of neces-ary to replenish the reserve and sidrrationz pmint to the propriety of this
i ;>* ir. A e Ba ck ,S eenit.r.i Lmü»l<.r.k, Nt-nous Debility.
Itfcin««* t . M arry, fczitMisttnic Jm.lt.s V'HrtrorvIe » i d
frontier, Mexico has tisked the punish- assembled organizations of the sam e, United States prisoners. A similar rec many skilled workmen. All the ammr thus ni'-iatain pwpnlar faith in the abil amendment with the advent of a new
n. I t
!<**»«* bv day o r night Prevents qnPk-
ment of the late distm Iters of her tru»- regiments hitherto widelv separated, ommendation has heen made from tim e ne-essary to complete lb * vessel* now ity and determination of the government tariff pmlicy not only calculated to
n -o ld fiavge, wiitcb if not checked Jesda to KfiennatorrtiCMi and
|,nrrr ThT tlr ir
the hr -o'Moi I Ti k itenor.
lieve the consumers of onr land in the
There ought to lie a new | This rentiers our small force more read- I to time since, ami a few years ago a law bntlding will he delivere”. before the 1st
to meet as agree-.i its pecuniary obliga
4 the urinary organ» o f all ixnpumiea
tre ity of commerce and navigation with I ilv effective for any service which they i was passed providing for the selection of of Jnce next. I f no pew contracts are
co*t of their daily life ; bat to invite
n r i P E M : «tr v r'" l ns und
»•«email we*lc organa
.» i < - ’ rs it becjtuae ninety per cent are troubled with
that country to taae the place of th ei may he called upon to perform, in- sites for these insulations. N o appro given oat, contractors most disband
better development of American th rift
P r o A C i f i i i » . r r r i B F N K is the only kn< >wn rested j to cure without an operation. M n t, «tim oni.
oue which terminated 13 years ago. creases the extent of the territorv rentier priation has. however, heen m ate to their workmen and their plants mn*t lie this emergence the authority had exist- and create for ns closer and mure proflt-
als. A v f i t t 'f i gU '*Tint**e given ar*d money *e$nr,'*-«J If «ix boxe» does not effect a j penuanenicarak
The friendliness of the intercourse be- j protection without diminishing th « j
ah l« commercial relations with ttie rest
Battle-shipa authorized at this
- k> %?«»■. n n i K i M « <
. ■ *
tween »he two countries has steadily in- | «eenrity heretofore afforded to any discreditable condition s td l«x i»ts . It is tiase w- nl.f not be well under way oi.til hearing J low rate ot interest and ma o f the world, it follows as a logical and
im p er» tire necessity that we should at
"*1 ceased under the rnle of mntnal con- j locality, improves the dkipline, train-
1st« ia Uw coming fiscal year. and. at
m elo n ol emigre«« having failed to con ooce remove the chief, if not th « oolv
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sideratiou, being neither stimulated by [ ing and esprit-dn-corps of the army, the considerations which make
least, three yea n and a half from th «
Chicken« .r e e u fly and succetafnllr
conventional arrangements nor re- i besides considerably decreasing the coet pregnatite case ia favor al the ownership date of the enntrart would be re«; Birrs I fer so«-h anthority, resort a as nece«««- olistacle which has so long prevented
rvtmxl by using the P e t a l . - m t . I n c u -
part tci piat ion
tariled bv jealous rivalry or selfish die- of its maintenance. Though the forces ' an 1 management by the government of lor their completion. The secretary state« rilv had to the resumption act of our
J of the department of the East have penal institntions in which the federal that not more than 15 per rest of the 1875. and. pursuant to its provisions, carrying
and B r t a d t n
tr»ted cataloffna tell* afi about It. Don’t
tariff bailt upmn the theory
An indem nity, tendered by M exico as , lieen somewhat increased, m re than prisoner* am confined. I simply desire m et of sach ships need be inrioded in
bur anv bat the Fetalnm» if you want »Iron*, vtrom n. chick» We
it is »»ell to check imports, and that
a gracious art for the murder, in $887, three-fonrths of the artnv is still to again urge mv former recommenda the appropriation lor the coming rear.
ate Fee fie Coa*t Hnedq tatter« for Bone and ■ lover Cutter*, Marker»
of Leon Baldwin, an Am erica« citizen, stationed west of the
M iuissippi. tions on the subject and to particularly I recommend that peon non he made for nwtunng 10 vear* af'«ff their taeue. that a borne market should tioand tho indus
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try and effort of American producers.
th « ooastrartma of additional battle
by a hand of maicudevs, in Durango, j This carefully matnred pol cy which
Poultry Cure, Cr*-jto*ot.e tQ« g— ^ -«-*-*—
U m set. I am f l « d to say. however,
has been accepted, and is being paid in secures the best and greatest serview in of the report of lb « trrretarv of war, ia ship« and tnrp> do-boats.
I the interest of the general weitare from
D tsr_»“» o r THI TIES.
am rerrieed operated to reduce D r. P r l c o 'l C r a i n t B a k in g ffo w u o r
W DM U
Ttie problem of the storage and use of the small forces comprising our regular at Fort Lewrenworth, Kansas, can he
the rata of interest to bs paid by th «
the waters of the R io Grand« for irriga- army, should not b* th o u g h tl««ly em-
7S#.7Se I54-7S6 M»iu 8L. Fetalrem»',’ ta
Cittage Grove Echo-Leader,
tion should be solved by appropriate
concurrent action of the two interested
Rising in the Colorado
heights, the stream flows interm ittent
ly, yielding little water during the dry
months to the irrigation channels al
ready constructed along its course.
This scarcity is often severely felt in the
regions where the river forms a com
Moreover, the fre
quent changes in its course often raise
embarrassing question of territorial
barrassed by the creation of new and
unnecessary posts through acts of con
gress to gratify the ambitions or in
terests of localities. W h ile the m axi
mum legal strength, through various
causes, is but little over 20,000 men, the
purpose of congress does not therefore
seem to be fully attained by the exist
ing conditions.' W h ile no considerable
increase in the arm y is, in my judg
ment, demanded by recent events, the
policy of sea coast fortifications in the
prosecution of which we have been
steadily engaged for some years, has so
far developed as to suggest that the
eflective strength of the army be now
made at least eqr.al to the legal
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