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OANADA AND AfiAfilCA.
An appropriation for Hie survey oftbo
Alaskan boundary In recommended, a
Is also tho sum of f425,O0O lu full
attlemont of British scaling claims.
A commission to settlo tho boundary
lines with Canada Is urged,
In referenco to Venezuela, the presi
dent maintains tho Monroe doctrine In
opposing forcible Incrcaso by any
European power of Its territorial power
on this continent and suggests that
Great Brltlan submit ola Ims to arbitra
The president touches briefly on the
Hawaiian question, ending by saying
that Mr. Thurston, tbo Hawaiian
minister, furnished abundant raaons
for asking that ho bo recalled.
A change In tho alien laws is sug
gested which will check the vicious
system which at picsent ovorcomes the
immigration nnd labor laws
Tho president has no suggestion In
the Nicaragua oasa but expects a peace
ful settlement with such considerations
and ludulgenco toward Nicaragua as
Tho president asks legislation to
break the treaty or agreement by which
this country is jointly bound with
England and (Jormany, to assume the
NKUTBALITY TOWARDS OUBA.
Attention Is called to the situation
In Cuba and strict neutrality of this
government is advised. Deoplto tho
sentimental sympathy and advent
urous etipport aroused In Americans by
stories of oruelty and tho natural love
of liberty, military arrests of American
cltluens, tho rights of tho American
consular ofllcors to protect proporty,
and tho Allanca Incident, have been
recognized and explained.
THK BEASTLY TDRK.
Tho occurrences in Turkey, while
exciting concern, Information la hard
to obtain but our consulary are in
structed to investigate It Is not the
Intention of this government to become
entangled In the eastern question, but
simply to care for those oatltled to It
protection. Instructions have been
sent of actual disturbances and on the
demand of our minister orders have
been Issued by tho Sultan that Turkish
soldiers shall guard an tscort of Ameri
can refugees to tho coast. It la
earnestly hoped that prompt and
eflectlvo aotiou on the part of tho great
European powers will not be delayed.
Owing to to tho growth of American
Interests In foreign countries, the Im
provement of the consular service Is
urged. In accordance with the recom
mondatlon of tho secretary of state, It
has been decided to fill all consular
positions, paying from $1,000 to 12,600
annually by a promotion, or transfer,
from some other position in tho depart
ment ofstato, These promotions are
to be made by examination and Include
100 places. Legislation Is needed for
The president recommends that am
bassadors and ministers at foreign
courts bo provided with official resi
dences. He advocates that while
avoiding tho glitter and show of for
eign uatlons this country should not
suffer by comparison through the shab
blnees ond parsimony of Its dlplomatlo
Children Cry for
As tt0 follifn frnui a vlow of ullf ffit
elgll folnllotirt Ui tlifl dOftftjulplnlldt) Of
our UAllofiaf llttniiclnl yletii, wi riro
IfiinleiilAtaly Awrtffl Hint Wd Aptitftnoll ft
BtHJrfOl Of domealld coiltietll itturA lfl
poHAftl lliftll Any oilier" Unit ckii eugnno
Otlf alloiilltiii, l hfcst-til In stlrli rt ppf
ilollf nnd (lollente' U'dicfmetil m lo
reriuifdpromtilAtid Wld Hrraiigoiuciit.
Wo may well bo oiicourngcd (o onrncst
Mlor tin tills direction, whftil wo recall
tho Uepii already (akon towards Itn
(irovlng our eaunoiiila and fltinuolal
sltuntloii ntid wlioti wo appreciate how
well the way his been prepared for
further progress by nil aroused and
Intelligent popular Intprcst In tho sub.
Jeots by command of tho people,
FLEA FOR HKVMNUE.
AmjHjotiisfttid revetiuo systom, de
signed fpr the nroteotlon and bonoflt of
favored olasiea at the oxponso of tho
groat mass of our countrymen nnd
whloh, wlillo incftlolont for tho purpose
of ravonuoB, curtailed our trado rota
tions nnd Impeded our entrance to tho
markets of tho world, has beon sus
pended by a tariff policy, whloh in
principals based upo'n a denial of that
A LICK AT SILVER.
Tho compulsory purohaso and col li
ngo of til ver by, the government, un
protected and regulated by business,
conditions, and heedless ot our cur
rency needs, which for moro than 15
years deluded our people as to the vol
ume of circulation, undermined con
fidence abroad in our financial ability,
and at loast culminated In distress and
panlo at homo, has beon recently stop
ped by the ropcal of tho laws whloh
forced this reckless Bchemo upon .the
MORE FINANCIAL REFORM.
ThOithlngs thus accompllsod, not
withstanding their extremo importance
and benoflclont effects, fall far short of
curing tho monetary ovlla from whloh
wo Bufior as a result of long indulgence
in ill-advised finanolal expedients.
After explaining tho resumption of
SDeoIe'!paymunt and tho creation of the
reaorvegold runaor $100,000,000, tuo
president gives a brief monetary his
tory of tbo United States, quoting tho
fact that In July, 1800, congress pro
vided for tho purchase of silver bullion
but decided that gold and sllvor must
bo kept at a parity.
MORE FINANCIAL FACTS.
Tho redeemed treasury notes treated
as gold obligations in 1803, amounted
to $255,000,000 with $500,000,000 moro
outstanding, this served to deplete tho
gold reeervo In April, 1803, to $07,011,
S30, nnd tho president ascribes Its
further depletion to high tariff laws In
vogue until) the passago of tho Wilson
blll,together with tho Infusion of silver
into the curronoy and tho increasing
agitation for Its freo coinago.
THE 110ND I8SDES.
In consequenco of these conditions
tho roserye bad fallen In February,
1804, to $05,438,877, a decreaso of $31,
000,000 in nine months. To rollevo this
state of alfalrs $02,000,000 in bonds were
Issued In three periods under tho re
demption act of 1805. President
Cleveland explains the necessity of tho
Morgan syndicate contract and de
clares If, at Ita session in July, congress
had authorized tho Issuance of 8 per
cen,t b?nds, $10,009,000 would havo
THE GOLD RESERVE,
Despite these efforts, the gold reaervo
Is in about the same condition, there
being but $70,833,000 In hands at pres
ent Between 1870 and 1800 but $28,
000,000 of gold wns withdrawn, while
between 1000 and 1805 the amount Is
$375,000,000. This is attributed to tho
Increased purchase of silver. The gov
ernment has paid In gold nine-tenths
of lt notes and owes them all. It has
incurred n bonded indebtedness of
$05,600,000 in establishing tho gold
reserve, and expended $102,816,400 In
an effort to maintain Its currency,
besides an annual Interest of $11,000,
000. Immediate legislative relief is
asked. Greenbacks and treasury notes
should be retired by exchanging the
bonds for bonds of small denomina
tions. A IIOND ISSUE ASKED.
The secretary of tho treasury should
be empowered to sell bonds abroad for
gold In order to cancel these notes.
Tbo amount of .currency thus with
drawn would not bo oyer $480,000,000,
which would bo supplied by gold.
Children Cry for
Jlflftrt futtfr NofKfl.
'Mm pfnfttefll fliiKKPid m a relief In
clrcillnllnfl (tint (mnks lid nlfowtitl (
iMllfl IfllfM To Ul6 full ninoillit of
(inmlfl il6io.fwhuiil ilioinx oh tliolr
elreiiHIoii bd reduced (ootio Mirtfiof
ono per cent, A n further relief It Is
QiitfttcplMl (lint tovpiiuo (Willed Inn bo
mado pnyiililo In o!d, not pnld III
United HlnlPA mid (rrnmtry utiles on
itemnml, and In Insist In imylng silver
for (ho union, tlio president declares
would Injure (ho parity between p,old
and silver whloh tbo guvorninonl Is
bound (0 maintain,
An excels of rovonuo receipts would
not niter the question of national
Rolvoiioy, as In tbo struggle to main
tain tho gold reeorvo tho treasury could
not pay debts with tho money It has
but only with gold, and that to tbo
foreign Investor wns tho only conctrn,
As tho withdrawal of gold Is a direct
result of fright, there Is nothing to
alllveata tho situation so much as
legislation which will lesson tho dcslro
for gold. It Is not clear how an In
crcaso In rovonuo, unless It bo In gold,
can satisfy those whoso only deslro Is
to draw gold from the government
store. Thoruforo a rovonuo Inoreaso Is
AGAINST 10 TO 1.
Speaking of tho proposition to ro
llevo tho financial situation by tho free
coinago of stiver at n ratio of 10 to 1 the
president declared that no government,
no human contrlvanco, no act of legis
lation has ever been able to hold the
two metals together In free colnngo at
a ratio of appreciable dlflerenco from
that which Is established in the
markets of the world. A ohaugo in the
standard to silver monomotallsm would
bring a collapse to our entire credit
Statu of Ohio, City of Toledo,)
Lucas County j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &
Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,
County nnd State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Franr J, ClIRMEY.
Sworn to before me nnd subscribed In my
presence, this 6th day of December. A. D.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and
acts directly on tho blood and musous surfaces
01 the system, bend tor testimonials, free.
F.J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O
KSold by Druggists, 75c.
When Baby was sick, wo cavo licr Castorla.
When alio was a Child, tl cried for Castorla.
When alio bocamo Ml, alio rlung to CostorU,
When alio bad Children, 0io garo them Castor!,
Thuro are 177765 miles of railroad In
tho United States.
Thoro uro 00,835,880 rails used to
cover tins ground.
Thoro aro 633,205,000 tics used to bind
these rails together, but no nuch
amouut. howover. Is required to bind
tbo hearts of the traveling publlo to the
faat that the Wisconsin Central lines
furnish Buporlor facilities on all their
tralUB botwoeu t. 1'aui and uuicago
which form close connection with all
lines to tho east and south,
Mako a noto of it.
DID YOU EVER suffer from real nor
Tousnoss? When ovory ncrvo eootnod
to quiver with a peculiar, croopy
fooling, first lu ono placo, and then another
and all eocmod finally to conccntrato In a
writhing Jumblo lu tho brain, and you bo
come Irritable, fretful and peovUlu to bo
followed by an Impotent, woakencd condi
tion of tho nervo centers, ringing In the
ears, and sleepless, mlsorablo nights ?
rtt MM PC Mrs. Eugene Boarlcs,
Ul I'lUCd no Btmonton gt., Elk-
Nervine ati In,, say8: "Nor
vous troubles had made
ReSIOreS me nearly lnsano and
TJ Ifli physicians were unable
xlCalUlfteti, to help mo. My memory
was almost gono nnd ovory little thing
worried mo until I was almost distracted,
I really feared I was becoming a maniac. I
Imagined nil sorts of ovll things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced taking Dr.
Mllos' Uoatorotlvo Nervino nnd four bottles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
mo, and 1 am ns well now as 1 over was.'1
Dr. Miles' Nervine ! sold on gutrantoe,
first bottlo will benefit or money refunded,
sillV tf sflsM sV.Jsiiil 'BkVr-.H sat B W Jsbsbs H
Ur Infants ntj. Children.
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MOTHERS, Do You KNoWiMh.
luttftun'l Drop, OodfftyM Coidlat, many su-talled llootlitntr Ayrnp, and
most remedies for children are comjKMed of opium or morphine r
o VoM Know that optutn and morplilne are tlapefylrig narcotle potsonsf
To Voti Know tfist In most countries dt ugjIsUure not psrmttted tostllnareetlcs
without labeling them poisons f
tin Vom Know that you should not permit any medicine to b given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It Is composed t
o Voti Know that Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a llslef
Its Ingredients Is published with every bottle 7
tin Voti Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the fatuous Dr. Oamnet rltoher.
that It has been lu use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla U now sold lin
of all other remedies for children combined t
Tin Vow Know thsl the ratent Office Department of the United mates, and of
other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. 1'Itcher and his assigns to use the word
" Cat erlfi" and lis formula, and that to Imitate them Is state prison o&nser
He Yew Know that one of the reasons for granting- this government protcctlws
' was because Castorla had been proven to be atsaelMteljr IsansalesHi T
To Vom Know that 33 tvrerasre doses of Castorla are furnished for m
seuta, or one cent a dose 1
o Vom Know that when possessed orthls perfect preparation, your cWWrw aaay
fee kept wcltf and that you may have unbroken rest t
Welt, tliewe tlttngw are worth knowing. They are fads.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla;
S X JL laW. X M A. I rT Vswat
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