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   Atlantic Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 4, 1895, Atlantic, Iowa                                VOLUME WEDNESDAY DEOEMBEE 1895 NUMBER 302 Cuticura Beauty To and beautify The and And restore them to a condition of health when nothing is so So so speedily effective as CUTICURA Assisted in the severer Forms by gentle applications of CUTICURA the Great Skin and mild doses of RESOLVENT new blood Sold POTTBU DRUS Conp Hole All Uio 04 Presidents Message Devoted Mainly to STOET OF THE BOND Causes of the Treasury Difficulty and Attempts to Itemcily WOULD EETIEE THE GREENBACKS And Increase Power of Banks to Issue companion by a suitable Chlneso nnd ly its demonstration of tlie readiness and ability of our government to protect its will it it as a most Influential deterrent of any similar out broil The onorgoMo stops wo have thus takou are all tho more likely to result in future Barely to our citizens in because tho imperial government 1 am ontiroly convinced desire only tho liberty and protection of our own nnd redress for any wrongs that they may havo and that wohavono ulterior designs or political or China will not forget either our kindly service to hor during her latp nor the Iurthor while furnishing all tho facilities our command to fur ther the negotiation of peace between hor and wo no advantages and interposed no The governments of both China and Japan in special dispatches trans mitted through their respective diplo matic expressed in a inonfc f leasing manuor their grateful apprecia tion of our assistance to their citizens dur ing the unhappy and of tho value of our aid In paving tho way to tho re sumption of peaceful THE BRITISHVENEZUELA DISPUTE Pacts Concerning tho Cuban llcvolu tion Briefly but No Suggestion of Action llelutloiis With Other THE CASE OF EXCONSUL To THE PISO recommend CONSUMPTION it alone saved ADOLPH To tho Congress of tho United States The present assemblage of tho legisla tive branch of our government occurs at a time when tho interests of our people nncl tho needs of tho country give especial prom inence to tho condition of our foreign re lations and tho exigencies of our national Tho reports of tho government officers fully and plainly exhibit what has been accomplished within tho scope of their duties present such recommendations for betterment of our countrys condition I I patriotic and intelligent labor and obsof rntion 1 therefore deem my executive duty ade quately performed at this timo by present ing to congress the important phases of our situation as related to our intercourse with foreign and a statement of the financial problems which confront except as they aro related to these any reference to department al I earnestly not only the careful but the severely crit ical scrutiny of the congress and my fellow countrymen to the reports concerning these departmental If justly and fairly examined they will furnish proof of assiduous and painstaking care for the public I press tho recom mendations they contain upon tho re spectful attention of those charged with the duty of because 1 believe their adoption would promote the peoples Concessions From By amendatory tariff legislation in Jan uary tho Argentine recog nising the value of the large market opened to tho free importation of its wools under our last tariff has admitted cer tain products of tho United to entry at reduced It is pleasing to note that the efforts we have made to enlarge the exchanges of trade on a sound basis of mutual benefit are iu this instance appre ciated by tho country from which our woolen factories draw their needful sup ply of raw Negotiations are progressing for a re vival of tho United States and Chilean claims whoso work was ab ruptly terminated last year by the expira tion of the stipulated time within which awards could bo Tho resumption of specie payments by Chile is a step of great interest and both iu its direct consequences upou her own wel and as evincing the ascendancy of sound financial principles iu one of the most influential of the South American Tho missions boundary dispute between tho Argentine republic and re ferred to the president of tho United States as arbitrator during the term of my prede and which was submitted to mo for resulted in an award in favor of upon tho historical and documentary evidence thus ending a protracted controversy and again demonstrating tho wisdom and de sirability of settling international bound ary line disputes by recourse to friendly MISSIONARIES IN CHINA France llus Fulled to Furnish Uncle Sain With thi Tho customary cordial relations between this country and Franco have been un wii h the excepliou that a full explanation of ihc treatment of John Waller by the expeditionary military authorities of Kriinee still remains to bo formerly United Stales consul lit remained in Mada gascar after his term of olllco aud was apparently successful in procuring business concessions from tho Hovas of greater or less After the tion of and the declaration of martial law by tho ho was ar rested upou various among them of communicating military informa tion to the enemies of was tried and convicted by a military and sentenced to 20 years Fol lowing tho course justified by abundant this requested from Unit of France tho record of tho pro ceedings of the French tribunal which re sulted in Wallers This request has been complied with to the extent of supplying a copy of the offi cial record from which appear the consti tution and of tho tho charges us formulated and the general course and result of the nnd by which it is shown that tho licensed was tried in open court and was defended by But the evidence adduced iu support of the was not received by the French minister for foreign affairs till the first week iu thus far been the French government taking the ground than its production in response to our demand would establish a bad The efforts of our ambas sador to procure though im peded by recent changes in tho French have not been relaxed and it is confidently expected that some satisfac tory solution of the matter will shortly bo Meanwhile it appears that Wallers confinement has every allevia tion which the state of his health and all the other circumstances of tho case de mand or In agreeablecontrast to the difference above respecting a matter of com mon is tho recent resolution of the French chambers favoring the conclu sion of a permanent treaty of arbitrations between tho two An invitation has been extended by Franco to the gov ernment and people of the United States to participate in a great international ex position at Paris in I heartily rec ommend its together with such legislation as will adequately pro vide for a duo representation of this gov ernment and its I take pleasure in calling to your atten tion the encomiums bestowed on those vessels of our now navy which took part iu the notable ceremony of the opening of the Kiel It was fitting that this extraordinary achievement of the newer Gorman nationality should bo celebrated in tho presence of Americas exposition of the latest developments of tho worlds naval TRADE RELATIONS WITH which wo the way to such a course is It by no means bo lightly entered since tho necessity for the inauguration of such a policy would bo regretted by the best sen timent of our and because it na turally and logically might lead to con sequences of the gravest VEXATIOUS BERING SEA Only Two British Shins Were on Police Duly LitHl Our relations with Grout al ways and have de manded during tho past year oven a grantor share of consideration than is Several vexatious questions wore lufc undetermined by the decision of tho Boring sen arbitration The ap plication of tho principles laid down by that august body lias not boon followed by tho results they were intended to ac either because tho principles themselves lacked in breadth and deflnite or because their execution been more or less Much corres pondence bus been exchanged between tho two governments on the subject of preventing tho exterminating slaughter of The iusiifflcfcncy of British patrol of Boring under the regulations agreed on by tho two has been pointed and yet only two Brit ish ships havo been on police duty during this season In those Tho need of more effective enforcement of existing us well as the adoption such additional regulations as experience has shown to be absolutely necessary to carry out tho intent of the hnvo been earnestly urged upon tho British but thus far without ef fective In the meantime tho de pletion of tho seal herds by moans of pelagic hunting has so alarmingly pro grossed that unless their slaughter Is at once effectively checked thoirextinction within a few years seems to bo a matter of absolute Congress Refused to The iindorstandlng by which the United States was to and Great Britain to re a lump sum of in full settle ment of all British claims for damages arising from our seizure of British sealing unauthorized under tho award of the Paris tribunal of was not confirmed by the last which de clined to make Uio necessary appropria I am still of the opinion that this arrangement was a judicious and advan tageous one for the and I earnestly recommend that it bo again con sidered and this does not meet with the favor of it certainly will hardly dissent from tho proposition that the government is bound by every consideration of honor aud good faith to provide for tho speedy adjustment of those claims by arbitration as tho only other A treaty of arbitration has therefore been agreed and will be immediately laid before tho so that in ono of tho modes suggested a final settlement miy be Notwithstanding that Great Britain originated tin proposal to enforce interna tional rules for tho prevention of collisions at on tho recommendations of the maritime conference of and concurred suggesting March as the date to be sot by proclamation for carrying these rules into general her majestys government having encount ered opposition on tho part of British shipping announced its inability to accept that which was conse quently Tho entire matter is still in without prospect of a bettor condition in tho near STEAM GASOLINE ENGINES PORTABLE AND MAKINE If you think buying engiueiof any size or kind send for our contain ing Illustrations and prices of every kind of small engines up to 20 horse at bottom or List 29 tor yacht boilers and boat Either sent 197 OANAL Musicians We can supply you with a limited num ber of NEW publications in vocal and instrumental music di rect from the This will give you ti chance to see all the best music as soon as it is IRMEN CO Prompt and Decided Action Taken by tho Administration to Stop Tho close of tho momentous struggle bc twoeu China and while relieving tho diplomatic agents of this government from tho delicate duty they undertook at tho request of both of rendering euoh service to tho subjects of cither bel ligerent within tho territorial limits of the other as our neutral position doveloped a domestic condition in tho Chinese empire which has caused much anxiety aud called for prompt and careful Either as a result of a weak control by tho central government oven1 the provincial following a diminution of traditional governmental authority under tho stress of tin over whelming national or as a mani festation upon good opportunity of tho aversion of the Chinese population to all foreign ways and there havo occurred in widely separated provinces of China serious outbreaks of tho old fanati cal spirit against if un checked by the local not act ually connivpd at by have culmin ated iu mob attacks on foreign missionary causing jnuch destruction of and attended with personal in juries as well as loss of Although but one American citizen was reported to have boon actually tho destruction of property may have fallen more heavily upon tho missionaries of other nationalises than our it plainly behooves this government to take the most prompt and decided action to guard against similar or perhaps more dreadful calamities befalling hundreds of American mission which havo grown up throughout the interior of China under tho temperate rule of custom and imperial Officials Disgraced aud Tho demands of tho United States and other powers for the degradation and pun ishment of responsible officials wore fol lowed by tho disgrace and dismissal of cer tain provincial olilcials found derelict in and tho punishment by death of a numbor of those adjudged guilty of parti cipation in tho This govern ment insisted that a special American commission should visit the province wore tho itrst disturbances occurred for the purpose of This latter formed after much opposi has gone overland ao Advocates a Freer Exchange of Com modities as a Our relations with tho states of the Gor man empire in somo typical of a condition of tilings elsewhere found in countries whose production and trade are similar to our The close rival ries of competing industries tho influ ence of the delusive doctrine that the in ternal development of a nation is pro and its wealth increased by a in undertaking to reserve its homo markets for tho exclusive use of its own necessarily obstructs their sales in foreign markets aud pro vents free access to tho products of tho world tho desire to restrain trade in timo worn regardless of tho inexorable laws of new needs and changed conditions of demand and and our own halt ing tardiness iu inviting a treor exchange of and by this means im periling our footing in tho external mar kets naturally open to havo created a situation somo what injurious to American export not only in whore they aro per most but in adjacent The exports affected aro largely American ciittlo and other food tho reason assigned for un favorable discrimination being that their consumption is deleterious to tho public This is all tho more irritating In view of tho fact that no Kuropeau state is as jealous of tho excellence aud wholo somoness of its exported food supplies as tho United nor so easily ablo on account of inherent soundness to guaran tee those Nor aro those diffi culties confined to pur food products do signed for Our great insur ance for having built up a business abroad and in vested a largo share of their gains in for eign in compliance with the local laws and regulations then now llnd themselves within a narrowing circle of onerous and unforeseen condi tions and aro confronted by tho necessity of retirement from a field thus made un they aro not sum marily as somo of them have lately boon from It is not to be forgotten that interna tional trade cannot be Its cur rents aro alternating and its movements should bo honestly Without this it almost necessarily degenerates into a device to gain advantage a contriv ance to secure benefits with only tho som blauco of a In our dealings with other nations wo ought to bo openhanded and scrupulously This should bo our policy as a producing and it plainly becomes vis as a people who love goneosity und tho moral aspect of na tional good faith and reciiirocul forebear Thcso considerations should constrain us to submit to unfair nor to silently acquiesce in vexatious hindrances to tho enjoy ment of our share of tho legitimate ad vantages of proper trade If au examination ot the situation suggests Houmliiry Lines In The commissioners appointed to mark tho international boundary in Passama quody according to tho description of tlio treaty of have not yet fully The completion of tho preliminary sur vey of the Alaskan which fol lows tho contour of tho coast from tho southernmost point of Prince of Wales island until it strikes tho 151 meridian at or near tho summit of Mount awaits further necessary which is urgently This survey was undertaken imdor tho provis ions of tho convention entered into by this country and Great July aud tho supplementary convention of Feb ruary Attention is also called to tho unsatisfactory condition of the bound aries with Canada iu tho great lakes and tho necessity for a joint commission on the The commission appointed under tho convention of to set now monuments along tho boundary between tho United States and Mexico has com pleted its Ncgrc Colonization a As a sequel of tho failure of a scheme for tho colonization in Mexico of mostly emigrants from Alabama under u great numbor of those helpless and suffering and smitten with contagious made their or were assisted to the whore in wroteheil plight they quarantined by tho Texas Learning of their destitute condition 1 directed rations to bo temporarily furnished thorn through tho war At tho expiration of their quarantine they were conveyed by the railway company at compara tively nominal to thoir homes in upon my in tho ab sence jf any fund available for the cost of thoir that I would recom mend to congress an appropriation for its 1 now strongly urge upon con gross the propriety of making such an ap It should be remembered tha measures taken woro not only by sympathy aud but by a conviction that was not compati ble with the dignity of this government that so largo a body of our dependent citi zens should bo thrown for relief upon tho charity of a neighboring trovorsy between Itself and Venezuela in its entirety to impartial The answer of tho has not yet been but it is expected when further communication on tho subject will probably bo mado to con Hawaii is dismissed with a reference to tho uprising last tho demand mado upon the government for tho rights of American citizens concerned therein and demand for tho recall of Minister Tho padrone system is denounced as responsible for such manifestations against helpless aliens as tho lynching of tho Italians In Congratula tions aro offered on our good relations with In view of her vast gains in Unimportant references are made to our relations with Nicaragua and Tho recommenda tion for au abandonment of tho agreement is Cuban War Lightly Touched Of the president says tho United States must prosorvo international faith whatever the sympathy of our citizens with tho Ho continues Though neither tho warmth of our peo ples sympathy with tho Cuban insur nor our loss or material damage consequent upou tho futile endeavors thus far made to restore peace and nor any shock our humauo sensibilities may havo received from tho cruelties which ap uiiir especially to characterize this san guinary and fiercely conducted war havo in tho least shaken tho dot ermi nation of t ho government to honestly fulfill every inter national yet it is to be earnest ly hoped on every ground that tho devas tation of inmod con licit may speedily be stayed and ordor aud quiot restored to tho distracted bringing in thoir train tho activity aud thrift of peaceful Tho Alliancn incident aud Spains clis avowal of it ami assurances of a non rocuiTonco of similar interference aro Tho president then expresses his regret that tho Turkish government should havo thwarted tho purpose to send to tho disturbed quarter of the empire for tho Unitud States consul at Sivas in order to investigate and Kvory he is put forth to insure the safety of American aud the United States minister is ho goes several of the powerful European powers have assumed a duty to tho Christian world in Turkey to restrain fanatical and it is earnestly hoped that prompt and action on their part will not Ix Vlffcruiiccii With Correspondence is on foot touching tho of Kuislan consuls within tho jurisdiction of the United Slatiw to Inter rogate citizens as to their raco and relig ious nnd upon ascertainment thereof to deny to auihontUIcation of pass ports or legal documents for use in Hus Inasmuch as such a proceeding im poses a which in the of succession to property iu Hussla may bo found to infringe the trinity rights ofour and wnicli is tin obnoxious inva sion of our territorial it has elicited fitting the result of it is will remoso the cause of The ponding claims of sealing vessels of the United in Russian waters remains Our recent convention with establishing a modus vivendi us to imperial jurisdiction in such has prevented further dilli culty of this The Russian govern ment has welcomed in our sug gestion for a modus to embrace Groat Britain and looking to tho bettor preservation ol seal life in tho north Pacific aud Bering aud tho extension of the protected area defined by the Paris tribunal to all Pacific waters north of tho 85th It is especially noticeable that llussia favors prohibition of tho use of flroarms iu seal hunting throughout tho proposed aud a longer closed sea son for pelagic The message recommends at length an improvement iu tho consular service by some plan of appointment and GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse the system and keep the blood Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR liquid or powder get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant laxative and tonic that purifies the blood and strengthens the whole And more than this SlMMpNS LIVER REGU LATOR regulates the keeps it active and and when the 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by Bond for Winchester Chemical SAYS ENGLAND MUST Tolls John Hull Any Otlior Kind of a Set tlement Will Not lie Of Vunwsuulii tlio message simply stiitos that a statement of tho interest ami policy of tho United States regarding the Ijcmnd ury UiKputu was suut to Grout Britain iu July general conclusions thuroln roucheil and says tho aro in Kubstanci that tho traditional estab lished policy of tho government is flnnly opposed to a forcible inoreiuio by an Kiiropciiii power of its territorial posses sions on this continent that this policy is as well founded In principle as itisstroug ly supported by numerous precedents that as a tho United States is bound to protest against tho enlarge ment of the area of British Guiana in dorrogiitloii of tho rights and against tho will of considering tho disparity In tho strength of threat Britain and tho territorial dispute cini reasonably bo settled only by friendly and impartial and that tho resort to such arbitration should include tho whole and would not be satisfactory if ono of tho powers concerned is permitted to draw an arbitrary lino through tho terri tory in debate and to declare that it will submit to arbitration only the portion lying on one side of In view of these conclusions the dispatch in question called I on the British government for a definite such measures oil our pivrt as would in answer to Uio question whether it would restrlotiaaa similar to those from I submit ho Rotiremcnt of Greenbacks Strongly Urged by tlit Fully half of the message is devoted to a discussion of the financial In introducing this subject he says As wu turn from a review of our foreign rela tions to tho contemplation of pur national financial situation wo aro immediately aware that wo approach a subject of do mestic concern more important than any other that can engage our attention and ono at present in such a and delicate predicttneiit as to require prompt and wise Wo may well be en couraged to earnest effort iu this direction when wo recall the steps already taken to ward improving our economic and fliiini oial and when we appreciate how well tho way has been prepared for further progress by an aroused and intelli gent popular interest in these command of the the mes sage a customs revenue system de signed for tho protection and benefit of favored classes at tho expense of a great mass of our and while iusulliiient for the purpose of rev curtailed our relations and impeded our entries to tho markets of the has been superseded by a tariff policy which iu principle is based on a denial of tho right of tho government to obstruct tho avonuos to our peoples cheap or lesson their comfort and contentment for tho sake of according especial ad vantages to and while encouraging intercourse and trade with other recognizes tho fact that American thrift and in genuity can build un our countrys in dustry and develop its resources more surely than enervating But this and tho repeal of the silver pur chase it is full fur short of cur ing tho financial evils from which wo suf Drain on Uio Gold A lengthy review follows of the growth of our especially the United States notes and treasury notes and the consequent drain on tho gold reserve of the The president states that among tho causes for this constant and uniform shrinkage in this fund may bo mentioned tho great falling off of exports under the operation of the tariff law until recently in which crippled our exchange of commodities with foreign and ne cessitated to some extent tho payment of our balances in gold tho unnatural infu sion of silver into our and tho increasing agitation for this frce and un limited which have created ap prehension as to our disposition or ability to continue gold payments tho consequent hoarding of gold at homo and tho stop page of investments of foreign as well as tho return of our securities already sold abroad the high rate of foreign ex which induced tho shipment of our gold to bo drawn against as a measure of DEFENDS THE SALE 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