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Cuba Union Pilot (Newspaper) - December 13, 1889, Cuba, Kansas i DECEMBER THEUNION Weekly TEIt YEAH Published every Friday at Ie public IT is estimated that worth of beer has teen drank in the past ililio victim of another an opera house out up in The entireSouth is in mourn ing oh account of the of the late Confederate Chief Jeff wlio was buried at New Orleans December The SantaTo has mado ageneral cut on the pass and only the large newspaperswill be allowed passes and the employs will hereafter parchaa their tickbta at Hfc THE Art up the year in a royal giving as one of its two colored supplement plates a superb picture of Over a foot high and two and a feet It is a foesimile of the original oil and it deceive any It is really marvellous how such a pict would costr many dollars at any can be gives away with a magazine for thirtyfive cenl together with all the other supplements and ecores of illustrations with the letter treating of every kind of practical art workr more suitable Christmas or New Year present could bo found than a subscription to the Att Amateur is really invaluable to all having homes to furnish or or wioh ing to learn or ehim book and Magazine art needlework a 23 Union New EINGHAM Undertaking a Can be found at night at his residence one block west of Main Read this Garefuli u Loan money on personal and chattle Issue drafts available in all parts of the Make loans onimproved farms with principal anc nterest payabletthe ban or more immense day Gpods are now ready for Jy your Our Stock X is mucli tlie largest that we hatfe ever shown and prices are TUB following is an President Harrisons message on th mariner There is nothing more jvistly humili filing to the national pride and nothing more hurtful to tlie national prospcritj than our merchant marine compare w I tlTthat of other nations whoso gene do not suggest any reason for their su premacy on the It was Dot a 1 ways sOj and our people are shall not continue to b It irnot poasibJIe in this commun cation to discuss the causes of our shipping interests or the ui feting methods by which it is propose restore The statement of a few authentic facts and some general suggestions as to legislation is all that That the great steam ship lines sailing under the flags of Spain and engaged in foreign commeice were and have since been and now are liberally aicied by grants of public money in one form or is generally known the American lines of steamships have been abandoned toy u to an unequal contest with the aid ed lines of other until they have been or in the few cases where they are still maintained are sub ject to serious is matter ofeommon The present situation is such that travellers and merchandise find Liverpool often a nec cessary intermediate port between New York and some of the South American The fact that some of the del egates from the South American States to the conference of American now in session at reached our shore by reversing that line of travel is very conclusive of the need of such a and very suggestive as to the first and most necesary step ii Hie di rection of fuller and more beneficial in tercourse with nations that are now our not upon the lines of lat bufcupon the lines of established I that such tiona be mado forocean mail seivice 111 American steaiphipsbei ween our ports And those of Cerftraland South Japan and the important islands in both of the greatoceans as will be lib erally or the service ren deted as will encurage tlie establish ment and ib some fair degree equalize of steam ship Unesinthe competitions which they must That the Amercan N lying south of will coope j rate inBatublishiugund maintaining y sueto lines of steamships to their princi pal I do not also make provision fora naval reserve to o0nsirt of snchmer chant ships of American constrnctiop and of a specified tonnage and as tlie owners will consentto place at aefr of as adopted this policy and as a result can up at upon her aa steamships anperviBUm the construction oi such vessels would make their conversioninto effectivi ships of war very I am an advo cate of economin our national expen ditures for the purpose of extending 0111 foreign The enlargmeiit and imrrbvement of our merchant ba the developement of astifflcieiit body of trained yctdran the promotion of rapid and regular inaii communication between the ports oi other countries and own aiid the adoption of large and swift American merchant to in time of are publicpurposes of the highest The eularged partici pation of our people in the carrying the new and increased markeis that willheopened for the products of our farms and the fuller and better employment of pur ami winch will result from a promotion from our foreign insure the widest diffusionof all the toail pur people everything is most propitious for the present inauguration of a liberal anc progsessivepolicy upon this and we should enter upon it promptness and j HolidayjExoMrisipn The will sell tickets for the and ant to stations over 80f miles distant at ONE PARK for IIOUNU Tickets good for return unti id the genuine old reliable SOME omo Hagozinee nra imitaions This old Btaidby boinB ifa ypa of publicatton in and is BUlGHTEBraid BETTER THAN Arthurs is magazine Tts Btoriea are the and its reading apartmonta de Racket ComMnation tate Rank and thinkit ofer before PAID UP CAPITAL A General banking Business Transacted I W P we want yoii to thoroughly understand til S i 3 1 Vice CopFespondants HaaoYer National Hew York fimerican SaUosal BanS ft i l Kansas TCo desire to caiV attenfion the largest and Host ment of Farming Implement ever brought to consisting of Rnford and Weir Cultivate Champion Corn Tin ware Woodeuware and the barbed wire bpeniaJ attenoi is called to the celebrated Western Washerand made and everything found in a first class Give me a call and see JOHN Side we Offer you they are Tmeqimled by any Loan IIRSTWe do Hot act as agents for eastern but 1 not obliged to send your S for buwill pay the money immediately upoff TOOT furnishing an abstract and signing the thusavoiding the vexatious delavs which ensuein nine out of ten cases where your plication is made TIIHOUGII A LOCAL AGENTto tlins escane the manj visits to which the at usually requiie of you before becomei ing satisfied with vout and some of you know by eSence that the prompt payment of the money is an important con principal and interest will be made payable AT Tins which all eastern companies of BODS v b rp tile thereon payable at th vour couBon btcomes a ow this PIlic IN UPS WKITTES EXPHES3Y KACKET COMBINATION COL remember our goods ara bank rupt people are on to the says our weak fc thats tliey he tlio people to the and know where to go and get iUQiiiiits for cry inches to the and 6 buucws to the buys a pair of overrshoes of the Hacket second cloor north of the postoiiice to40 cents pergallon for the finest sorghum at tlie Hacket Dress goods sold to you regardless of wholesale prices the Itiicket Combi and dont you forget Teasl Teas My land know the Racket Combination sells a 50 cent tea for 30 speck warrauied Candies Cigars and NutsA Cider Tropical NELSON your Certiucate of Deposit and pbtaining the cash lor the J FOURTH signing the paptrswe Rive yon an agreement to tho above effect bearing Ac siplnture of the Cashier and the seal fholfank Which INSCllES VOU THESE PJUVJLEGES CVCQ Should Sk chalige of Officers hate you wish totake advantage of v sidetatiort of the above MUST satisfy ony candid mati thafe offered by us are VASTLY to those of they can not be equalled by than Local Company Loaning its own Wnce the impoBsibitity of eastern companiea competing with us in respect is We would be pleased to have Any MANUFACTUtlBR OlT I s When you want good tfoto the Racket Gombination and get the wnite Ijgeon at S5 Beadtto ClnS BiSiMtor Two free by s Three u 4M but Marble arid Works J i l who contemplates placing a loan t farms call and discuss the tfattet IVIetrble Worker HellHel Just received an invoice of boots at the Racket Call and see if you get a boot and dont forget it One dime gets one pound of Eackst Combiuatjionpttrf Try t of Jtbejpo New Billiarci The best Tabled Jn the Thisliall has been recently opened up and its proprietors offer to the public a place to SPEND AJPLEASAKT where n6ne but the beat kfipt do6D Cl6AftS and always in ts v
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