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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                V ALTON DAILY TUESDAY DECEMBER 160 THE LATEST CRAZE A new and Interesting gome THK POPULAR GAME Possesses remarkably fascination for YOUNO and be play If you would ttae author or It is equally interesting to children as well as adults and is learned to play in three The great Military Game Should be in every JQr We also carry in stock the everpopular Progressive The Document Presented to the National WORK WHICH LIES BEFORE ern aurt Table Ring improved of other mteresttog and pleasing Board and variety O Busies Puzzles Puzzles The The The MOST PUZZLING famous GYPSY PUZZLE without doubt most in teresting and Fascinating Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like Must be seea and tried to be Only BERKS THK POCKET A new Race Game for YOUNG and afascinating and exciting Game of Only Picture Fancy 101 and Third and Piasa Alton THE THK COUNTUY AT LAIIOE On the Successful Handling of Its Vast Revenues and Ex A Further Trial of the Silver Legislation Needed to Show Its Me KJnley Tariff Act Championed and the President Declares That It Must Have a Ialr Trial Satisfactory Relations with All Foreign To THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENT ATIVES The reports of the several executive departments which will bo laid bjfore con ricssln the usual conree will exhibit in detail operations of the government for the last Incal Only the more Important Incidents and and chiefly such as may be the foaadatton of the recommendations 1 shall will bo referred to In this annual Tho vast and Increasing business of the gov ernment has been transacted by departments during the year with faithful energy and The amounting to above have been collected and disbursed without so far as I can a single case of defalca tion or An earnest effort has been made to stimulate a sense of responsibil ity and public duty in all officers and em ployes of every and the wori done by them has almost wholly escaped unfavorable I speak of these matters rrce because the credit of this good work is not but is shared by the heads of the several departments with the great body of faithful officers and employes wEoseve under The closest scrutiny of congress is in vited to all tbe methods of administration and to every Item of Foreign The friendly relations of our country with the nations of Europe and the oast have been while the ties of cood will and common interest that bind us to tho states of the western hemisphere have been notably strengthen d hy the conference held In this capital to consider measures for the general Pursuant to the invitation author ized by the representatives of every independent stata of the American continent and of Hayti met In conference in this capital In and coninued Insession until the 19th of last This important convo cation marks a most interesting and influen tial epoch in tho history of the western hemi U Is noteworthy that invited wiiile under an Imperial form of shares as a republic In the deliberation and results of the The recommenda tions of th s conference were all transmitted to congress at the last The International marine oonferonce inrt protection of our citizens In In pursuance of the concurrent resolution of I nave U thoKOviqn menit of Mexico and Hrcat Hrltain o llder a conventional regulation of the of Clilnoo Iwrorn acioss our south no theru fr On the an I day of August last Sir the arbitrator elected under tcttty ot rendered nn award to the oireot tliat that no compensation was due from he Danish government to the United Mutes on noiMHint of what 1 i commonly known OB the Curios Duttvrlleld Our i elatlous wllh t ho French republic continue o bo en tirely Our representative at that court has yorv diligently urged the removal of the let Ions Imposed upm our meat and it behoved llmt substantial progress has been made toward a juut settle The Pamonn treaty signed last year at Berlin bVi uv nuniii y the representatives of the United Germany and Great after duo ratifica tion and has begun to woduco has beg1 1ho formal IF YOU NEED governments and their general adoption is confidently The legisla tion of ttt the last session is In con formity with the prop sitlons of the confer and the proclamation therein provided for will be Issued the other powers have given notice of their The conference of Brussels to devise means for suppressing the slave trade In Africa af forded an opportunity for a new expression of the interest the American people feel In that groat It soon became evident that the measure proposed would tax tbe resources of the Conso basin beyond the revenues avail able under the general act of Berlin of The United not being a party to that could not share in Its but by a separate act the independent state of the A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Mce Soap or GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE ITs NO That our STOOK is the MOST COMPLETE ever orouglit to can ahow you Something New as often as you call In Rag or Hemp Congo was freed from the restrictions on customs Tho demoralizing and de structive traffic in ardent spirits among the tribes also claimed the earnest attention of the conference and the of the United States were foremost in advocating measures for Its An accor i was the Influence of which will be very helpful an i ox tend over a wide As soon as these Measures shall receive tho sanction of tho for a time the general acts will be submitted for ratification hy the Meanwhile negotiations have been opcicd for a new and complete treaty of commerce and navigation between tho United Btatei and the independent state of the Republic of Toward tho end of the past year the only Indepeudoir monarchies government on tho western that of coaod to exist and was succeeded by a republic Diplomatic relations were at once established with the new but it was not completely recognized until an opportunity had been nffordi d to ascertain that It had popular approval and When the course of had yielded assurance of this fact no time WHS lost In emending to tho new government a full and IntoTthe family of American His confident y believed that tho good relations of the two countries will be and that the future will witness an Increased Intimacy of intercourse and an expansion of their mutual The peace of Central American has been disturbed through a revolutionary change in Salvador which was not rocognizcd by other and hostilities broke out bet we n Salvador and threaten Body Brussels Art Dado or IVT JL Fur Lace or Smyrna Guatemala ing to involve all Central American n and undo the progress which had made toward u union of their Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladlea like to see the Newest and Finest in House The Easiest way to see them in to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL efforts of this government wore and ously exe Vtd to compose their dittor and through active efforts of the tivu if the United a tonal treaty of POIIQJ was slifned wheroby right tho republic of Salvador to choose Itu own rulers wan the ouluf of tho provisional govern slnco been confirmed In the presl deiicy by the aoaombly and diplomatlo rooog ttltlon duly Thu killing of Darriindla on the Ilicillo Mali Kt iiinur while an chored In transil In the port of San Joso do iuatema demanded n ireful Hav ing In a revolutionary attempt to in vade iuutemala fr m Wuxlcati llarrtindift took pastime at Aeapulco for The consent of I ho representatives tlio United Stiitis was songlit tu ottect Ills tlrtitut wiivre iho Htoam or at I The cap tain ot i ho Hteumer refused to glvu un hH tiaa lutneor without a written from the Unit d Htnteit minister an the la terfur nbhel the desired stipulating us the condition of liia that B irrundlas life sliou d be spired and that he should be only for growing out of his Insurrectionary This letter was produced to t o KftpUilnof Ihu Aoapulco hy tlKiniiltaryrommanduratMan oiisanhls war nint t take the piisenirer from he Unrriiii la resisted tnptnro nnd was hiilnsr evident that the had oxcatdud thb bounds of Ills authority in lu coinpllaiioo with the demands of tho QoutoniAlan to autliorlxe and In violation of prece the seizure on a vessel of the United of H in truniit ubargcd with oite In order that bo might bo tary formalion of the govern ment agreed upon will soon replace the d lo onier of tho pnatbytustabto a alike Just to the natives and equitable to tbe powers most concerned in trade and In tercourHO with tho Samoan The chief justice ha8 been by the king of Sweden and on the invitation of the throj and will soon be natal The land i ommission and the municipal council are In process of A rational and evenly distributed nchoiuo of bothmunloi pal and upon Is In Mallstoa Is respected IIB The new treaty of extradition with Great after due was proclaimed on the asth of lost lu beneficial working alreaJy Tiehrlng The diftereuce between the two monU touching the question in tho Uchrlng sea Is not yet OB will bo seen by the correspondence which will soon be laid before congre The offer to submit the question to as proposed by her majestys has not been accepted for tho reason that the form of submission proposed is not thought to be calculated to as sure a conclusion satisfactory to either party It is Bincerely hoped that before the opening of another Benling season some arrangement may be effected which will assure to the United States a property derived from which was not disregarded by any nation for more than eighty years preceding the outbreak of the existing In the tariff a t a wrong was dono to the kingdom of Hawaii which I am bound to pre sume was wholly Duties were levied on certain commodities which are In cluded In the reoiprocity treaty now existing between tho Units I Htates and the kingdom of Hawaii without Indicating the necessary exception In favor of that I hope will repair what might otherwise seem to be a broach of faith on the part of this An award in favor of tho United States In the matter of the claim of Van Bokkelen ngalnst Hayii was rendered on the 1th of but owing to disorders then and afterward prevailing in Hapti the terms of payment were not A new agree ment as to the time of payment has been ap proved und is now In Other just claims of citizens of the United States for redress of wrongs suffered during the late political con flict in Haytl it In speedily yield to Propositions for theamendmentof the treaty of extradition between the United States and Italy are now under You will be asked to provide the means of ac cepting the Invitation of the Italian govern mant to take art In a approaching confer ence to consider the adoption of a universal prime meridian from which to reckon long inde and As this proposal follows ij the track of the reform Sought to ue initiated by the maritime conference of held on tlio Invitation of this the United should manifest a fricmily in terest In the Italian In this connec tion I may rotor with approval to the sugges tions of my predecessor that standing provi sion made for whenever deemed the frequent invitations of foreign governments to share in conferences looking to fmorna ttmivl reforms in regard to commercial laws and pro ednre and other matters affecting ttie Intercourse and progress of modern Spain nnd The cordial character of our relations with Spain the hope that by the continu ance of methods of friendly negotiations much may bo accomplished in the direction of an adjustment of pcudi g questions and of in crease of our The extent and develop ment of our trade with the Island ot Cuba in vest the commercial relations of tLo United States and Spain with a peculiar importance It is now developed that a special arrangement in rega1 d to hosed upon the reel poslty provision of the recent tariff would operate most beneficially for both govern This subject Is now receiving atten The restoration of the remains of John Er rlcsson to Sweden afforded a gratifying occa sion to honor the mumory of the great invent or to whose genius our country owes so much and bear witness to tho friendship whl h has existed between the land which bore him and our whluh claimed him as a On the M of September last the commission appointed to revise the proceedings of the com mission under tho claim c invention between the United States and Venezuela of 18tW Our very large supply of told If not by Impulsive m tho sup it Interest of ulve us ft position of ad vantoy In promoting a permanent and safe imoi national agrocmont for the free use of a a coin Ths of the to increase the voluin of money in circulation by keening down tho treasury surplus to tho 16west prac tical limit have tacit unremitting and In a verr Ith u pre sented by him showing the of tnonty In circulation during the last t especially the table showing the IiJcSaM dnr ffi he has administered minis terod ntorestlng pirculaUonduringTho been in the HKKrejjato ornbout r thu nffnirs of Iho are and The incroaea this substantial and needed to com merce In nn enormous reduction of the public and of the annual Intercut fcharge Is matter of Increased Purchased and redeemed nee Maeli f and 4W per to the amount oO al a cost resulting In the reduction ofthbannual pleasure the he receipts from Internal I notice with of the secretary that revenue have increased dim fig lasT fiscal year nearly i and that tht coat of col leotlng this larger revenue was less by 700 than for the same purpose the preceding The percentage of cost of collecting the CUB Joins revenue was less for the last fiscal year than ever The custom administration board is pro vided for by the act of June was se lected with great care and Is composed in port Of mtn whose previous exper once In the administration of tbe old customs regulations had made them familiar witu the evils to be an in part of men whose kgal and judicial acquirements and erience seemed to nt them for the work of Interpreting and applying The olilef aim of the low is to secure honest valuations of all dutiable merchandise and to make these valu ations uniform at all our ports of It had been mode manifest by a congressional investigation that a system of undervaluation had been long n use by certain classes of im resulting not only in a great loss of but In a most intolerable discrimina tion against It is not seen bow this when it is can be re garded by the citizens of any country having commercial dealings with us as If any duty la supposed to be excessive let the complaint be It will surely not be claimed by any well disposed people that a remeiymay be sought ami allowed in a sys tem of quasi War The report of the secretary of war exhibits several gratifying results attained during the year by wise and unostentatious methods The percentage of is from tbe army an evil for which both congress and the depart ment have long ben sceainit a remedy has been reduced during the past year 3t per months August and Septem during which time the favorable effects of the actfof Juno 10 were felt 88 per as cotnpa ed with tbe months The results al falned by a reorganization and con solidation of the divisions having charge ot the Hospital and services of the volunteer soldiers ara very This change was effected In and at that time tiiero were cases awaiting more than half of those being calls from the pension ofDce for information necessary to the adjudication of pension On the day of though over three hundred thousand new calls hai come there was not a B ngle casa that had not been examined and I concur la the recommendations of the sec retary that adequate and regular appropria tions be continued for coast defense works and Plans have been pratic illy agreed upon and there cau bo no good reason tor delaying the execution of them while the defenseless state of our great seaports an urgent reason for wise expedi The encouragement that has been extended to be miiitla of states generally has most designated that tbe na tional guard should be continued and on large These military orgaulzatious consti in a largo the array of tlie United while about fivesixths of the annual cost of their maintenance is defrayed by the Department of The report of the attorney general IB under the law submitted directly to but as the department of justice Is one of thtexecu tive departments some reference to the wor c dono Is appropriate A vigorous and in the main an effective eifort has been made to bring to trial and punishment all violators of the but at the same time care has bjen taken that frivolous and technlciil offenses should not used to swell the foefl of oflicefi or to harass welldisposed Espec ial attention Is to tho facts fconuected with the prosecution of violation of election laws and of offenses against United States of The number of secured very many of them upon pleas of it Is have a salutary There The Famous Gillespie Soft livered at five minutes notice in any ot tWl Burns to a Clear Gray Ash rio Clin ers or Best Soft Coal in tin HARD In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dor sey Mann 310 Belle TELEPHONE OF JUST PITTS READY FOB THE HOLIDAYS pollt tri ried for such offenses under what was de T1IIC K1NKS1 Radiant fiTHlMtKBT IIAI1D HASH UK MORI IliisrnoT COOK STOVE nan WAUUANTKl WVK HOFF1A tOO 108 SECOND ST martial 1 was oousi rained to disavow Mlzwrs act and recall him from Nicaragua Tho Nicaragua oanal under tie con trol of our Is iiuikluic molt encnm IIIK i all the pro imiiwry conditions mid Inlllni operations having bomi accom plished ullli n tin pretturibod During tlio past year have beun remiMu I fur the sett em lit tliu clulnti ol Anirlcan citizens a ulnst the eminent i rlmdpally growing out o thu late war with The riiputi frorionr minister at Sant UKO warrant tue expect oitrly yatitftu tory Our relations with wui for uvoral years decuple I Import n place In our have Billed for careful ennnlderatlo i andlliv1 been tlio sub ject of uuioh Thu vommuul patloiiBof tueCulUMH imouler liavo brought Into view tliu whole eu jeot of our conven tional relntlonK with his country and at the Ewtlmi luUmvernin throigh PvktJWi B if lougot to uoiupuwtM ouoUiOR tut lutorwU of impartiality and a high sense of and an incident which was for many years the sub ject of dlsctissl betwesn the two govern ment has been disposed of in a manner alike honorable and satisfactory to both parties For the settlement of of tlio Venezu elan Steiim Transportation which was inc subject of a jo nt vsolutlon udoiitcd at the las session of negotliitioiin are still in progress and their early conclusion Is Tlio legislation of the pat few yea1 s has evi denced on the part of C ligrcss a growing re itllzatlon of the imiortanco of the consular service iu fostering uur jomuierelal relations abroad mid in protecting tbe domesilo reve Autlv scope of operation oxpmdsin creaBcd provision must bo made to keep up flie essoutiiif Htandnrd of ofll The necessity of some u equate moiwure of suporvision and liiMlKxitlim lias been so often presented that 1 need otil y commend tho subject to your uttu Goveriimeiit The revenues of the government from al sources for ihe fiscal year ending Juno were and the loui for tho name period were The Kwtal receipts hnvo not huret fore beob in eluded In the statement of those nggrcgatos and for Iho imrpoaooj couipariou tlio sum 01 should be deducted from both ildea of tho Thu surplus for the tho amount applied to tho sink HL wan 8 Tne for wore the expcnditur s In of thosi of The euvtoins recuiids Increased and the recelpta frum lliternal revenue while oi tho side of expuuditurus that for pensions was S lu oxccss ot tho preceding Tlie trvanury btatenient for ihovurriUt fiscal partly actua and partly M follows ItouHlpts from nil total plus of not taking the lotul J loivtau of not Hiking the JKW cliitalntuaucnunlon eltoor revenue from CUHIOHN for the last nun tor estimated at but from tiilM is do duilixla littln of about dur ing thb fliut four months ol tho Fo the year 1 1M tne total estiuinlod receipts are 8 78 thu stliiiutid expo leaving an iistlnm ed stirplu i of wllh a cuah balance of nt tilhrblniilngnf tho will ulve tin tlio Hiius nviillablo for tlio re demption of outstanding lion Is or Iho rullniiios of rwelptK and expundltiir H for tlie Iostiillliii bolnu not Inolu led lu Ibis statement on olthor The ad direction tho purchase of ollvor bul lion and IFNU of treasury nntet ap July lim boon administered by the Secretary of the Treasury wllh an oarnon out to uut lulu olrciiliillon ut the rarllest lowlblo dnttB In 1 monthly of coiitcmplatod by i a ir mid at tlio Fame time to give thu marnil for silver bullion Hiiuh Hilaw Tlio ruiunl depriHiUllon in In tlu p leu Of silver him linen observed with rouiot The rapid in p I e whkh and fol owid the put o tho t In jonii e by uud Uif rcuciit re aollon a In jiart the iTSiiltof IheMimu oiuso and In of the orunl mo ictiiry illtiirb H me munths of further trial will Ix leoeeuiry to duteruilne the ponniiniiit effect if the rwun loglHlutlon upon sliver it U11 r U know tlu i oreased tlie net IIHH and will Ioiitliiuu a mimt Infiu outu u un bublmftt and upon gui Silver While U lias not bien renew orinally ot an mi u kinking to an louidilng ho fill us of ullvtir for folimuo ttt a uniform Imu bien laUen to oliervo clonoly uyrjiii In Iho eit mtloii mid no jriii e nppnrtunlty will lie luhl luproinole null wlnrii It confidently bintnvod would POiifttAUy upon llio toinimroe f tBiBwqr The ntoenl monetary dli urb lures to KuilMit are not ui A t of upgu tali have boon soveral eiiseo where poatnuuitoHan polutott bj me subjected to violent thu diachargo of oflleial uiU to persecutions mid personal vio Icncaof tho mobt Bxtrome Home ol these coses Imvebocn dcnlt with through the department of Justice and In some cases oillioa iiuve boon abollnhed or aunptndo have direotod tho post master general to pur sue this courno in all cages whore other efforts failed to aauro for any not him self In an opportunity pea ef ully to ex orclseth duloBof his But htioh action will no plant ihs efforts of tho dopart ment of to bring offond eru t The by Judicial degrees of frftdu leiafcvtillcalett ut uuturallz ittpn upon bl Is in equity liluii by tlio attorney general In the i ir ult out t of the United Stiites is a up of ii equity juris Nearly one bundred such dec eus uavo beeu taken dunii the the ovUlome dlscloti Inz that a vvry number ut f raudulent tljicnUu nf have been Issnod And in this connection 1 BOB to renew my ree ouuu lul iiiu i the be ttoamendeuaa to require ainoo full and Inquiry Into fuots u cellar to ualurallgatlou be fore uuy ui rt are It i ortaluly Is nut too nitifli to require that an a plice llttnfor Amurl an oltia thall bo ueard with as caue and recorcled with on muuh given to cases the potllK t prop rty IW Come and See CLOCKS In Large c Violins At 1 without my 11 bill entitled An not to nrohlbii poolBelling lu the District of and staled myobjeclloi o be that It did not but in lioeneod wliut Uls parpurted to j An effort will be m ite oxistlug laws to sutiprasn thin tliiuiKh it Is not certain thu they will be foiia i The report of the PostuissterQenoral shows tlu most progress lu tne linpurtant work iommiitul In The busl ncssiiictliDils have been greatly A lartcu erooomy liirxpeiidiiurcs uudmi lurroaae of foui and threoquiirter inlllions in receipts have b on Ibedeflviiiney this Is as a rainst IHHI not withstanding the great cniiirgemeni of the Mail routes have bum extondid nnd and greater accurauy 11111 dlsimtch In distributing and delivery have benn at Toe iojiort will bo found to bo full of Interest and not only to but lu thoiiO thoughtful ultizuus wno may bo interested to know what buulneiH molho Is can do for thai department of publio udntlulstra ttoii w liUli tuurly tmncs nil uur Tim pastiase of tlie net In amend certain see ions of Hie Statutes to ot an roved litth mi iccelvvd with front und deserved popular The Ioiiiofllce Uouurtmout and thu Duparlmeiit of JusUoe oini entered upon thg oiitincouiuiil of tlie law with sympathetic vlgoiMiuilnliuady tlie publli mails have In en largely frovd from ilio Iruiuhiloia rial demorulUeii auueals and Ikomturu emanating from the lot fury com p Our New Thb onBlriictloii and equipment of ihe new for tlio navy have made very HiilUfao lory Hlnce MarcU 4 uiim now it uoli bo n pul coniiiilaiiioii and dur iK this uluur four Including one inonl mil i the rousir inlnn of ihe ilhor vuHHuM In bidng p both u the govvrnmtiif und private with inersy ttnd with tho ruottl The rlinonlH coiidurted luring the year u teat tlio roliillvu ithistliig power uf nrmor i atiH liavii boon s valuable as to nitr ctureat llonllon In The only purl of the wnrfi Ulion the now ilmt tliruftuiicil by nuniiil tho und every forI lit b In lo tlinl In iimiiif Ilia n H mrcu of Ongriit litlion Unit lie null ut d Influence liiM n v a tho eiprltdocnrpx and Buaiiuu him beun ully Court itn and pride In ihe nuioiij crew are pquvllent ia fio iiirliiry Your fuvor RDO o tiKUltralloii Is liivlteti 10 tliu lOOiu lirjlldutloiin of tho ludlium mill 1ubllo Tim repirt of the of thu Interior exblblu with tfiu fnlluew niul oleurn tin work of the depirtm ut aurt Iho WtltfrfOtory re ulln Tlifl ftligeilloni by blru are coiuuteodud to And their Domestic and Standard Sewing Sewing Machine Needles nnd Repairs of all and Steel Spectacles to Suit Watches and Jewelry FALL I AM NOW ItUAUY TO FU11N18H UVKUY MAN IN ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADK FIIM LOTUS KSlKOIALLT FOB THK MOST STYLISH MANN At Figuresitliat will Please FALL GOODS BORCKMANN   

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