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,-4 IV we Urn othor night: Ilo'w inuch do "you opp' we liv pi'ld '"it fur ductors J nut inedicirm ii the piu-t y-ar I told f hr 1 did nut ki"w. Tu ductors I have paid nntlilng ouil $5 worthof Sulphur Hitlers ban kepi lieallli Id our family,. 00 L. Andrews, 13 Bowduin St., 13oMn. Found Dead. Lnsl t-Vf nlfiK a person glviug the nume of O. B. Thompson reRisu-red at the Hunt tot. i, Mnd desired to be called in season t.i in ike the 12 p. m. train lor'Chlcago, be-Iiu- unable to awaken him the room was niit-rtd by means of tbe ventilalor ovor the door and tbe Rentlemnn was found to ! ib'ad. He was u'lvertlstng spent foi ' hiilplmr Btttpr, wblnh has an extensive t. The crinur returned a verdict of dentil by h".m disease. Tqe body will be sfnt east Immediately. Cln. Commercial. Divorce Notice. Isabel Flinck, Plaintiff, 1 ts. V In court of common Adolph Fllnck.Defend't J pleas. The dofenrtaut. Adolph Flinch, will take no tice that on the 11th day of November, A, J). im. ttio plaintiff tiled her petition In the court of common pleaa, Lorain county. Ohio, pruylnir a divorce from said Adolph FIlncK.on theiiruuudiiof druukennes and iiross neglect of duty, x nd custody of minor child. Said pe tition will b for henrliiK from and after six weeks from the first publication of this notice. l.SAHKL KLlNCk. By W. D. Thompson, her attorney. (1 ONI$ ENJOYS Both the method and results hen Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tbe taste, and acts gently yet promptly on tie Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in SOo and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggmt who may not have it on hand will pro curs it promptly for any one who wu'.ies to try it. Do sot accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG STRUP CO. ah nAnciaco. C4u ' unviu,n. . new tonx, a. r. r IP YOU ARB GOING TO ' 1 Florida Be rire and ret your ticket! by the QUEEN and CRESCENT dlT. Vs. 6a. ftp. nymrt. Ytu milt ft Hurt fuicktr. You will meet and travel with the ery beat clan of people. Your surroundlngi will he luiurinue at money ran procure. We have five complete and really magnificent traina runnlnf dully between Cincin nati end T AuniraTiNa. These traina am the only Comolete VattlbuM Trains from Cincinnati to the SOUTH. Yon will ear. nearlv half a day in Umt. Thia line kl 110 Miles Short.!. There are oo extra charges on limited traina and T" Ret the beat to be had. DON'T pay the aame pi ire and put up with ViferiiT ix:m e. For ralee or further partirnlara k Jdrt'H O.O. 3nwADS, G. P. Aat Q.t CNeutt, tinclnnatl. O. or aa vnur home Tirkrt Ageut for Hckct ,i OUelH a-d CRESCEtil SOU It CAVIATt. TRAOI MARKS. DI8IOM PATKNTS, OOPVMIOHTa. oto. For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN A 0O Ml BboiUWIT, NKW VoBK. O! Jnt boreaa for eouhiur patent in Amerlna. Kvory patent taken out by ua la brought before th public by a notice given Ire of oharf In the wntific Jtoetinm Lartast dreulstlrm of any arfentlflc paper hi the world. Bplendidlr tlluatralod. No Irttalltrenl man ahouid be without K. Weekly. Al.on a yeart II.V.II monthe Address MUNN A CO.. . ruwuLH JUl Kroadauy, ftew Vori City The Standard Sewing Machine me'C,, 'rncuiii nn a Sk w -aw K J Please keep "in mind when you are talking about Christmas pres ents. P. O. LEACH, Ag't. Wellington, 0. THE TREASURY. Secretary Foster's Statement of the Country's Finanolal Condition. Tke Available Cnah Halanoe Koachea the finm of Nearly ll,000-Kstlmtea or Iteoelpta and Gxpandlturea for tba Currant Flaonl Sear. Washirotor, Dso. S Secretary Foster, of the treaaury department. In but annual report aa to the financial operation of the government estimates the revenue tor the present fiscal year ending June Mi 1893, as foUowa; From ouabftns tl8,000,0oa From Internal BevenueSl,0O0,00u, From miscellaneous source 120,000,000. From poatai aorvloe 180,330,360.44. Total estimated revenues 483,8M,850.41 The eipendtturei for Uie aame period are e ttmatod aa follows: For the civil establishment 1109,000,000, For the military establishment H,000,000. For the naval establishment (31, 000,000. For the Indian service i,000,00a For pensions H52,000,0OO. For Interest on the public debt 120,000,000. For postal service W0,K8,0. 44. Total estimated expenditures 01,536,S6a44. Leaving an estimated surplus for the year of 12,000,000. The following Is submitted as the probable condition of the treasury at the close of th present fiscal year, June SO, IBD3: Cash In the treasury Julyl, 1WS, Including gold reserve, 126,av7,377,uS; surplus for year as above 12,000, -000. Deposits during the year for redemption f national bank notes '3,500,000. Total amount available 1131,192,377.03. Redemption of national bank notes during the year W.5O0.OO0. Redemp tion of bonds, Interest notes and fractional cur rency during the year KOO.ooo. Total t lO.aw.OOtt Cash balance available June 30, 1W3, H2O.0A377. It la estimated that the rovenues of the gov ernment for the fiscal year 11W) will be on the basis named below: From customs rilO.000,000. From Internal rev. enue 175.000,0oa From miscellaneous sources (20,000,000. From postal services IW.I21, 363.38. Total estimated revenues Ht0,12l,. No account ts made In the foregoing of the re quirements of the sinking fund for lbV4, amoint ing to 148.600,000, beyond the redemption of post due bonds, fractional currency and national bank notes estimated at 16,000,000. The esti mated receipts are based upon conditions pre vailing prior to the lata eleotlon. "Public opin ion having decreed a change of policy," says Secretary Foster, "particularly In th tariff laws, the altered conditions resulting therefrom render It Impossible at the present time to esti mate the annual Income with any markod de gree of accuracy and It Is Impossible to predlot ; the effect that such proposed radical changes I would have upon the future rovenues of th I government" "Under all of the circumstances It would be Inappropriate In me to undortoke to moke an estimate other than aa already stated, but It Is not out of place to remark that the business community having a full knowledge of proposed tariff reductions, Ibo Inevitable result will be a falling off In Importations and a corresponding decrease In the revenues. The extent of this decrease no one will be able to measure until business shall agiln adjust Itself to new condi tions" Secretary Foster recommends the uncondi tional repeal of the sinking fnnd laws, aa "It la hardly probable that more than about 17,000,000 can be credited to the fund during the present flacal year as against leffnl requirement ex ceeding 148,000,000, and further applications to the fund during suet ceding years must neoes- sarlly b limited to such small sums as may from time to time be paid for past due bonus,! irunnai currency ana national nanx notes re deemed under the sot of July 14, 1800." One of the embarrassments to the treasury, In the opinion of the secretary, la the Inability with tbe limited amount of cash on hand above theone hundred million reserve, to keep up a sufficient gold supply. "When the demand come for th exportation of gold." h says, "th treaaury la called upon to furnish It If this de mand should prove to be as large th coming year aa It ha been for the pait two years, gold In th treasury would be diminished to or below the reserve line. "Th statu of this reserr and Its amount have recently benn subject of discussion. In the bank act of IsM congress gave expression to Its belief that .100, Oto.000 In gold was a suit able reservo; by providing that whenever th amount of go'd In the treaaury should fall below that sum th Issue of gold eerufioate should teae. In IsM th then secretary of the troaa urr adopted the practice of retorting tioO.OoO.OOJ cf th gold In th treaaury aa a reserve tor th redemption of United Stale notes, and recently th majority of th Judiciary oommlttc of th present house of representatives expressed th opinion that under existing law th. mainten ance of this reserve I obligatory. "tlut If lioo.ooo.ooo In goid was a suitable or necessary reac-rv In IW).! and In IHU, It would soem clear that a greater reserv Is neoesaary Bow. "It should be remembered that since IB-Swe hare add-d to our silver circulation tbe sum of l2).01,ltB In standard silver dollars coined under the old silver act of IK74 These dollars ar nearly all outstanding and largely repre sented by silver certificate. W have als In ereaaed th legal tender paper circulation by Is suing about llu,000,000 of th treaaury notes au thorized by th act of July 14, two, and to this w ar adding about four millions each month la payment of sliver bullion purchased. "It la tru that silver certificates are not re deemable In gold, and that the treasury note of WW are redeemable in coin: but alnoe It has been declared to be th established policy of th United States to maintain the two metals, silver snd gold, on a parity with each other, it Is obvious that this large addition to our circu lation has Increased the possible charge upon our gold reserve. m V ; ,TTk , m . easing liabilities, the reserve lu the treasury creasing liabilities, the rmerr lu llui treasury for the rvJcmDIlon of the Borernmcnt oblliru- tlona should, lu my opinion, bo lucreajwd to the eitent of at least 90 per cent, of iho amount of Irramrr note Issued and to t issued unJor the act of July H. "As will bo aeen by the sstlmttm aurmltted, the receipts of th ourrunt and niwt lUi-al year are not likely. If present conditions continue, ta fall below expenditure Vet in vicar of tho n'beraSf okilililty of fact thut the surplus for this year upon the bnslsslated with the prob; falling off la receipt for causes mentioned, I think th revenue should be so Incro.ised a to enable th treaaury department to m tlnlaln go d reserve of not less than t I jb.mio.uuo and to maintain a comfortable working balance In the treasury oaah." The net profit on the coinage of allver during the fourteen year ended Juua SO, IHW, Including th balance In th coinage mints on July 1, lvTs, has aggremtd lTS,JJI,i Th neljoas of gold by ei ports during the fiscal year was oaly tlM.t 4, agalnet aloes In th preceding fiscal year of t7,wo,7'H 8ocr tary Foster limply touches itipon the monetary conference now In awaloa In Urn sel. wylng: 'Whatever may be th outoun of th confer- ene. It la safe to say that s clearnr Ides will be bad of thcvl.wasnd purposes of theoountrtm represented." Considerable pao Is devoted by Secretary Foster to a discussion of the customs adminis tration sol which aa a. whole, ha thinks, haa af forded much relief to both Importer snd cue. tome officers It Is. however, dcfuctlvc la some particular, to remedy which he rueommendsi First The abolition of all fees, commissions, emolumenu, and perqalslle now authorised ot allowed to collector, or surveyors of customs snd th compensation of these offlocr by Bled ' salaries. Becond Th consolidation of the customs dis tricts demanded alike for rouaon of aoonomy snd the changed condition of commaroeand transportation. Ih'.rd-Th ravlaton and rodlllixtlonof th Custom and navigation law which I especially rg with such modification and new provisions s practice and experience have demonstrated are required for the efficiency of th aervtoa a muuof flinima mii Dm ainrw n mtr mAm relatlons with th Beuth American oountries eral destruction In ite path. The real and with European oountrlra with which w dence of Ham MoAclama was destroyed have reciprocity treaties Secretary Foster re-1 and he and throe children . were fatally fords them as making highly satisfactory ei-. hurt One child was found three bun hlbit and says ihtt they show that th pr. I flrd yar(i, away dymg. Charles Casey's dictions of th friends of th sew policy have house wlth lta eontonta WM been IsrRcly verified snd that tbar baa bees a ZtmvA Th. hu n U'..!.. n. . Eecratary Foster devote much attention to ''t1' Injured. The path of the storm the value of Imports sad eiporta of the United was about 100 yards wide. States carried In American and foreign Teasels, and submits tables and figures showing that in IBfx bu( PT cent of th oommeroe was car ried In American bottoms out of a total value Of H,784,7!B,M8. "The figures," he remarks, "exhibit a lament able condition of affairs. It would seem that we were well hemmed In by the subsidised steamship companies and subsidized railroads of the Urltlsh government monopolising trade legitimately belonging to our own people. The amount paid per annum for the transportation of freight and passengers between the United States and foreign oountries Is stated to be more than 200.000,oo0; to nearly equal, year by year, our collections from the customs, and to be more than four times the value of our annual exports of wheat for the four years prior to tbe fiscal year of 1MJI. t The serious question of lmmtfmitlon comes In for exhaustive troatmout, and while Secretary Foster says that the doors of Immigration should not bo closed, still ho admits that It Is evident that "we are receiving great numbors of poople who ar thoughtless and Ignorant and who have come to this country In the spirit of adventure or who are driven by starvation from their old homes." As a partial remedy, he recommends an in crease In the head tax on immigrants and as a further measure to determine what this tax should be. It Is suggestod that the sum should be suoh as will equalize at least approximately, the cost to the Immigrants to reach the coun tries of South America and Australia, from which countries the Immigrants ar dotlootcd to th United States on aocount of the "expense being less to them." The subject of national quarantine suggested by the cholera epldemlo In Europe last yoar re. celvrs considerable attention In the report, and he favors placing It under the national govern ment. He says: "Kvery serious epldemlo that this country has ever known has been traced to the Immigrant, and It must be apparent that th samo authority that controls Immigration should control quarantine. "All quarantines must be equally efficient ta be successful In preventing Implantation of dis ease, and only the strong arm of the govern ment, directed under laws enacted by repre sentatives of the whole people, can give contl dome and security." In conclusion, Socrttnry Foster oommunds reform In keeping the pubiio aocount. INTER-STATE COMMERCE LAW. Jndf; flre-ili:iiii Renders ft Deelalon At otitis; It Constitutionality, Cuicaoo, Dec. 8. Judge Gresliam rendered yesterday the most important decision which has been hand down since the intcr-state law was enacted. Last July W. U. llrimson, Sumner Hop kins, Henry Walker, W. It. Sterling and other railroad oflicials charged with having given unlawful advantage to the Illinois Steel Company, of this city, in the matter of freight rates, refused to answer certain questions propounded by the intcr-state commerce commis sion or to produce books, declaring that the inter-state commerce law did not give to the commission th functions of a grand jury and that it had no right to carry on such an investigation In the absence of a formal complaint United States District Attorney Mil christ concluded that something should be done to mako witnesses answer questions as to the Jurisdiction of the eommfaslon nd he filed a petition in the circuit court beforo Judge Qresharn to require the refractory witnesses to answer questions and produce books asked for. Judgo Qresharn, in a long opinion, refused to grant the petition, holding that the inter-state commerce commission 1 an administrative and not a judicial body and that the court could not be exercised in aid of an in vestigation before such a tribunal. ' The jurisdiction of tbe courts of the United States are limited, the judge saya, and it It not competent for con gress to confer upon them authority which la not strictly judicial and nosr ly within the grant found In the third article of the constitution. District Attorney Milohrist at onoe gave notice that be should apply for a review of the esse by the supremo court, Thd railroad lawyers are jubilant, fool ing Viet they have virtually established the unconstitutionality of th act A VIGOROUS KICK. New Orleans Cltlsens Making an Effort to Prevent th Uoenrrano of Any More lrls right 1 1 That City. Nw Ohleans, Dec. 8, A determined effort is to be made to prevent any of the big prize fights eomlng oft In thia city on or about February 4, when the carnival is held. On Tuesday promi nent mcmbeit of the various carnival societies waited on Mayor Fitzpatrlck and requested that he refuse to grant any permits for glove contests immedi ately preceding or after that date. Owing to the rough characters drawn hither on such occasions it would sort ously interfere with the attendance of winAni alii a rui uttla . Vi fx nnnimllif 41 vr1r . a t.A.vww j'v uiu i" huuuuiii uw as. to the Crescent City In gront numbers, .. ., ' . . . A, This action was taken owing to the : general Deilel, aunougn no positive date has yet been announced that it is the intention of tbe Crescent City club to have tbe Fitzsimmons-llall fight take place just before the carnival fes tivities. The 01 v mule, foreseeing tho I Prob,kbl9 objection on the part of the ' carnival society, has arranged its triple event Aiarcn l, at least a zorinight after Shrove Tuesday. TERRIBLE SCARE. At Detroit, Om the Discovery of a Ma lignant Case of leprosy. Dktboit, Mich., Dec. & A genuine case of malignant leprosy In this city frightened half of Detroit out of lu senses Tuesday night The afflicted I one Is a woman named Lizzie Flemlnir. dom9iu0 jn tj,a home of.Gotlleb . . ' " ' , " Sohwarzel. According to the story ; Sen warzel told tbe oitv physician th woman about a week ago complained of excruciating pain In her limbs which forced her to keep her bed. For a whole week she at nothing and refused toaee physician. Schwarxel at length be came alarmed and Informed the city physician of the case. Monday night Dr. Dumas pronounced the cose one of genuine leprosy. When he called again yesterday the woman hnd fled no one knows where. She said several ays ago that she lost a sister through the same disease and also bad a brother suffering from it IJlaaatroe Cyalane. Atlakta, Tex, Deo. & Tuesday at ternoon a disastrous cyclone passed three miles east of here, sweonlnir awav ! farm houses and leaving death and iron- BOWLBY & HALL. Old-fashioned, home made Buckwheat Flour Fancy California evaporated Fruits; ; " Florida oranges, Bananas, cranberries, Fresh oysters direct from Baltimore and an almost infinite-variety of the delica cies that are necessary for ev ery day living as well as for wedding feasts and all kinds of tony banquets. Choice and attractive goods in china, glassware, lamps and other kinds of earthen ware, just what you want for Christmas presents, are for sale at BOWLBY & HALL'S When you want In large sizes or small sizes in all the latest styles corona, mantello, bianco or the favorite cab inets, on paper or. silk in First-Class Work Only! go to Saunder's. Do not put it off. We are Lav . it rush of work. Come early and give us a little time. Duplicates from the negatives of Sawtelle, Pyke or Spragne. We have one of the lat est and best Kodaks for rent. Viewing a specialty. Remember, we are oyer Bowlby A Hall's store. H. H. SAUNDERS & SON. : ROYAL : FIRE INSURANCE COHPAXY flTATI O Iff f. IMSt'RANCK UtPAKTMINT, ('..U K I'll, Feb. 17, 'Mt , W. If. KIN DPR. ghifxrinickwrsi at ltwjTnc al tk ftttt of Ohio, I purjiMtnaU Uw.tW btrel y certify IhM th Roy liiturarKt L'mpiny. locattd tt Liverpool U Eftf lud, ft FofftC" lnuifU4 Cntmpftny. it OOiexJ of I tout (he iint of tutiial capiut twjuiftd of iisnllM Couiit. for. I ilr Ui rtitoni of tho Ui of Ihtt St'it , nxi n .ipjxni veil irh Uie Suirinicti1eni of lnortnrt of the Stale -f US to. hi iruat ff Hie ivntM end tecurtty of Itl polk t boidttt reu'ln ta liif e-:it fc le of Olno.t wh ftoi le th m hundred th.n.wn i i.llrs, In ntxkt and aecHrl tie fOiiutred by and tia hl m tl.nolve ccninrdcopy of its Otirteit or IK I 4 'ktntU'uiout, and a detailed Statement of in aitett and tiai-ilum. and oihtrwi cotni'lkd trtth all the rajulricai uf the ald Uwt li-tli are apvliral'le to for in Fire lnturarue C'.nnmct. faitnerkhiue. and Atxl I atir land that tNe i I O t.whv l auhorited lufrattaait rU ( amMntr.at iMMineei of FIKB INsL'kANCk in fliia State, ta i accordance wltit law, durme lite rmrrnt jeer. The ctmdiiict. and iMUlntM ot tne uniteu suea urratn iti mhi t.-'Ptpany on the fiat day of laK4Riei, M tbt earoei ptecedlnf the dat hereof. U thnem Itj the statement imdcr wth. required bj feectHM aei, Rente J Suttite f DliM, to le M foliuwa i Affirreffata emHini of avaltfcbl AmM In lae) UrTnod StJtot fMtt-Mt T Affnw awtfi.1 of Mat.iMtl'-B. la the Ualud fiute. Incli-itr;f reineuaic i.&.VH 4$ Hi Aet . . . : . Aatotiut nt lurnm (f tit prtcodlnff f m lathe United trtee Awi'nt.tfHiio.Imirm ff tha pracejdiaf year incathtalt.e ItaHed Statm v- Ik WmtRM Wpmhov. I h horfiititn uhcrlhod ! ) ntv ntiH, a ranft tnvolllr.il rVal to b nbUI. ftlfljie-l, flitttav e:tf rr flrl rtbnTt rllt0. S w. II. MM'!- " f I:iuraiiM- Eh J.PKPK.mfiMitnt Kiyrin. 0. AMKLK et HITCIICOi K. AKti. at Orafton.O. HANK (l:iANUKtftif at Uruli.,0 H . HltOW.N. MXttiii. in Oiirrlln. U. C. Siitfc i'l-. .HUfiitrt nt "flllnaton.O. H. N jO'KKI K. nif-iif m North Amhwt A MOTHER or . i ., I. TRIFi.bT8 Triee DA UAPtiyM VOLIO CCKI aa SwaarM RM Aft Three. Sleepless Nights ViSLaoao, Ohio, April II, 1S91 Uua Niaai-Mavlnf used nearly fourbottla of mr Colle Our. I rwaid you thia leaUmonlal, LodIm It awr benefit nuuiy motberawlth aufler C JulaTl am in happy moth.r of trlpMa, klTslrl.i now 14 a old. Whan tbey war. about 7 weak old Uy wei tmkea with a very sever Itank of wind colic Tbrwer tbne daya and nliliu I had two of them In my arms nearly all tli Umi. Itrted all th ramwlta I bad heard Swllhoutany relief. A sample of your UollcOur. waa handed DM. which I -Kl with- the very beat nsulia. and I enl fr more at one. and I ahall noummnd It to vnrr roolber. 1 fed ller i f no lancuaa atronf trough to aipraas In value. I h. aK ua !nml of th 01W "11-" found each to be eaactlv a you reprwntad them lo bar I iruat lb. Ird will foravw baa yon for nroaurtiK rm1y to roller suffering Innoomoa. ,rooun jSra. HATTia JtaiTTOMi Marlboro, Ohio. Or. Kantf'a Remedies for Children Are for aa) In Welllniton by FKK.O. U. KLT, Llhertr tttret, i W.M0UUT0r1,watllldel'ubllclitr.' v--z -prf ? J jpjiinmMiU"l" IS AS SAFE AND HARMLESS AS A Seed o-uiltioo. 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