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DEMO CRATIC NOHmVESTJN APOLEONv 0.-: DECEMBER, ft f18 9 5. ?
ITIIE OtDEST Busiiiess House N NAPOLEON, IS ' HUMPHREY'S "OLD, RELIABLE'' In Humphrey's Block, Where yoncanbny Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes wall ind:wihqgw papeb, Blank :-: Books, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC. W rhesejtoods arerehsbltandwil b SOLD CHEAP ! Banking House J. C SOl & 60., NAPOLEON, 0. MONEY LOANED. Foreign aid Domestlo ExchangeBonght and Sold at lowertiurrent ratea,and Colleotlonion ' all pointamade promptly. D. MEJSK1SOH, BANKER, NAPOLEON, O. t. AND HENRY COUNTY NEWS. -OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND CO NAPOLEON, OHIO, DECEMBER 5, 1895 Thb Pope has made Mgr. Satolli a Cardinal. The new Cardinal will re main in this cou ntry. For the fiscal year, ending the 30th of June, this year, 2,033,007 barrels of fermented liquors were produced in Ohio. In Ohio 6,546 suits for divoroe were brought last year, and of those that came to trial 2,407 were granted and 070 refused. Bicyclks are taxed in Belgium and the proceeds of such tax all goes to wards the Improvements of streets and highways. The 5th District is now represent ed, or misrepresented, in Congress by a Republican. DeWitt, of Paulding county, has that honor. The Republican legislature has given it out that it will not hire any women clerks or stenographers. Now ghat's the matter with the women. The treasurer of Lucas county, Capt. W. V. McMaken, has announc ed himself as a candidate for secre tary of state before the Republican state convention next fall. It's wonderful how many Republi cans are calling John Sherman a liar, sinoe the publication of his book. It's a little late for John to commence telling the truth, but it's better late than neyer. We know a man who was foolish enough to sell a lot of good sheep at $1.15 a head, because he only reads one side of the question. He is not the first man who has been buncoed by Republican newspapers. A case has been commenced at To ledo, under the Wynn lay, with 100 charges against Kate Evoy. This case will undoubtedly go to the su preme court, where the validity of the law will be established. Senator Pbffkr suggests more tears and less champagne at congres sional funerals. Peffer doesn't seem to catch on to the congressional idea. Toledo News. And what is more, he never will catch on. Old whiskers is sadly out of his element in the Senate. The -corrupt. : Republican ring, which seems to control everything in sight in Toledo, are terribly alarmed over the thought of the legislature probably putting the affairs of the city under the supervision of aboard of control. No doubt the ring is lay ing awake nights deyising ways and means of getting control of the board, should the legislature create it. Ten to one they will succeed, and Toldo will be no better off than it is now. The great ordinance survey map of England, containing over 108,000 sheets and costing during the last 20 years about 9,000,000 a year, is near ly compiled. The scale for the towns Is 10 feet to the mile. The details are bo minute that the largest scale maps show every hedge, fence, ditch, wall, building and even ; every isolated tree in the country." The plans show not only the exact shape of the build ing, but every porcbJ afeadoorstep, lamp poat.'jaflwajfUnd hydrant j.. . . tfHKepblUan and it1rri gen eratiy -f much disappointed that Capt Heller was not given a place upontioyernor-eleet Bushnell aataff. papt Keller woiild bar made an ex cellent staff officer, but.we .oppose, he did not get the appointment be cause of the horde of applicant for position under the new Governor. His staff as announced by Gov. Bush nell is as follows: Adjutant general, H. A. Axline, Co lumbus. i ',; '. : 'V Assistant adjutant general, Henry L. Kingsley, Cleveland. Quartermaster general, W. P. Orr, Piqua. Judge advocate sreneral, J. Kent Hamilton, Toledo. Surgeon general, Dr. E." J. Lowes, Dayton. Chief of engineers, A. L. Conger, Akron. 1 Aides de Camp with rank of Colo nel, W. B. Melish, Cincinnati; D. L, Cockley, Shelby; George D. Wick, Yountrstown: John W. Barger, Wa- verly; Charles B. Wing, Cincinnati C. E. Burke, Cleveland; Charles R. Fisher, Wilmington; Julius Fleisch man, Cincinnati; Henry H. Pretty- man, Loudon; H. D. Knox, Marietta: L. K. Anderson, Coshocton; H. A, Marting, Ironton. In speaking of the raids upon the gold reserve, the New York World says the only permanent remedy is to be found fn making the revenues equal to the demands upon the Treas ury. This can be done by cutting down expenses or by increasing reve nues. As Congress never seriously cuts down expenses it must either add to the revenues or authorize an in crease in the bonded debt. The addition of a dollar a barrel to the beer tax is perhaps the most available means of increasing reve nue. It would add about 30,000,000 a year to the Government's income without placing any burden whatev er upon the consumer. Such an in crease would probably be sufficient to remedy the evil. If not, there are other subjects of taxation within easy reaoh, such as bank checks, drafts, bonds and the like, which might be made to bear a trifling stamp tax without hardship. But it is Congress alone that can deal with the matter, and there is no reason why it should not be left to Congress. If the gold reserve runs below the danger point before Con gress can act it will be the plain duty and the direct Interest of the banks to come to'the treasury's relief. The associated banks of New York alone hold about $05,000,000 of gold. The other banks of the country hold about as much more. They have no prac tical use for the greater part of this gold. If they exchange a part of it for greenbacks they will get money equally good for their purposes and can recall the gold whenever its re call shall be necessary. The country has a right to expect that the banks whose franchises are its gift will render all necessary aid to the treasury while it is waiting for Congress to provide a permanent way out or tne perplexity by increas ing the revenues. The year 1806 is confidently looked forward to by iron and steel manu facturers in expectation of being one of the best for the industries of this country in years. This is based on the knowledge that railroad construc tion has not figured to any extent since 1802. The coming year promis es great development in this direc tion, the only thing to fear now be ing over-anxious iron manufacturers increasing the prices to such an extent as to depress consumption. The mar ket now is in a healty and paying condition, and if the conservative manufacturers suoceed in keeping prices within limit it will be a year of great business prosperity. Congress, which is overwhelming ly Republican, commenced business on Monday. The officers of the low er house are as follows: ' Speaker Thomas B. Reed, Maine. Cierk Alexander McDowell, Pennsylvania. Sergeant-at-arms Benjamin Russell, of Missouri. Doorkeeper William J. Glenn, of New York. Postmaster Joseph C. McElroy, of Ohio. Chaplain Rev. Mr. Fisher, of Kansas. In Wisconsin potatoes are selling for fiye cents a bushel and farmers will have to use them as fertilizers next spring. Neither the repeal of the McKlnley bill nor the adoption of the Wilson bill had anything to do with this; it was over production. Nicotine Neutralized No Nerves Quaking No Heart Palpitating No Dyspeptic Aching -NERVOUS TpY.SPEPXiC TOBACCO OF PDBUGRECORD. UTTERS OF IITcTREST OH RECORD ; II THE COURT house; Real Estate Transfers. Marriage hi oenaea.ProbateOoarlNewa, ; Dttcb Hearing. etc. ,e to. ' . RBALRSTATK TRANSFERS. ' ! XOrOLIOX TQWM'HIP. . Mary Rausch et at to Chas. H. Bel knap, 20 acres in section 26, (1200. MOSBOITOWSSB1P. Francis M. Gensel to Philip Heck ler, 40 acres in section 11, 2600. j WIJHIXOTOH TOWWSHII' . Mary Hines tt Hezekiah Gramb- ling,'8 acres in section 21, life lease. '. ' airoLioiiaoBPoiATioa' Frederick Aller, sheriff to Jos. Sbaff, lot 87 original plat, 7. ' David Meekison to- Mary J. Hill, lota 20 and 21, Karnes' addition, 200. m'oldbi. . Chas. H. Swigart to Mary A. Ken dall, lot 1, Mfg. Co. addition, 100. NEW COURT CASES. Geo. K. Dull et al vs Stephen W, rent et ai. Marshal liens. Herman Guelde vs J. D. Archer and L. J. hger. Damages. Edwin C. Shaw et al vs Sol Zar- baugh et al. Revivor. E. C. Shaw et al vs Sol Zarbaugh er, ai. itevivor. John Gerlitz vs I. S. Henrv. Civil action. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Moses Greiner and . Louisa Zab- rend. Colton. Henry Gobrogge and Kate Hoops. nanuer. Jacob Werner and Jennie Mar shall. New Bavaria, Ben. Goachee and Anna Froeh- lich. Napoleon. Leonard French and Frieda Stray, Napoleon. J as. L. Armstrong and Minnie M. nines. Warrensburg. Harry C. Hague and Sada Hart man. Napoleon. SHERIFF SALES. J. C. Groll, adm'r vs. Fylinda Lorn bardy et al., at Napoleon, on Satur aay, uec. 14, iwo, at z ociock, p. m., ine nw qr oi tne ne qr or section in Flatrock iownship. Appraised at ORDERS DRAWN ON COUNTY. W. O. Hudson, eng. fees ditch 847... $14 00 W. J. Moss it (Jo. fitntinnAi-v SUi m O. E. Reynolds, burial of two ind. sol. 67 GO L. L. Orwiff. nnb. annnal tux notioe.176 2n Chas, Evera, " " " " ..176 25 E. A. Palmer, pub. tax notice, etc. . .195 10 ueo. i nomas, asst. survey diton 865. . a 7a E. A. Palmer, pnb. notice to teachers. 8 20 Alfred Lee, asst. anr. ditch 823. . .' 2 60 H. Orambling, sheep claims.... 81 00 W. M. Ward, echool examiner fifi 00 J. H. Snyder, juror 2 00 F. Roessing, eleotion expenses 622 00 J. O. Halv.asst. snr. ditch 823 1 M Jos. Schwab, ' 8!A H.75 John Mess " " " 854 3 75 r. 8. Martin, Medioine for pauper. .. 1 00 J. a. Resh. sal.as auditor and m 127 97 John Rohrs, judge of eleotion 3 00 itemg & bods, lumber ?5 00 M. Reiser, Com. salary 2 month 166 66 W. W. Campbell, Pro?. Attyasal 41 67 D. C. Brown. Clerk's fees 7 SS John Moden, street sprinkling 46 22 Catharine Deitrick, sheep claim.... 6 40 Nordeu & Bruns, clothing for pauper. 6 59 , " " goodsfor Inty tl 68 Chas. Evers, postage satmps 14 10 J. Townsend, med. service to pauper. 8 30 Harmon fc Waloott, burial of paupor. 14 00 J. O. Jones, goods for pauper fi 62 W. W. Campbell, taking boy to Cin cinnati.. 5 50 M. 0. Patterson, casket for nnnnar.. 14 00 Mrs. Blakely, board of pauper 10 00 Louis Wentz, nursing pauper 2 00 Wm. Close, " " 13 00 0. D. Book, " " 16 60 Dr. Walker, med. services to pauper. 40 50 B. F. Wade Co., stationery 18 50 Wm. Samse, bbl of oil 6 12 H. H. Burrow, care of pauper 6 00 Peter Deitriok. " " " 8 on J. H. Pender, sheriff fees 86 70 L. T. Knipp A Co., goods to pauper. . 3 13 J. Roller &, Co., lime and coal 30 35 W. W. Campbell, Pros, Atty's allow ance 300 00 0. Prewes, night watoh 15 00 Wm. Samse, coal 60 75 " " wood for pauper.... 1 50 Fred Gerken, elootion clerk 8 00 John Johnson, care of trampa 4 19 A. Bradley, goods for Infy 23 05 A. J. Morrison, goods for pauper 11 13 H. E. Stockman, taking children to Orphan's Home 54 80 A. Hirseland, janitor's salary 60 00 D. T, Burr, Com. sal 83 83 RofuaHill, " " 83 33 A. A. Haly, labor on bridgo 6 00 Star Hose Co. Election. The Star Hose Company held their annual election of officers in the engine house last Tuesday evening. The following officers were elected: Foreman Mat Reiser, Jr. , 1st Ass't Foreman Herman Spong ier." imm) . t y- 2nd Ass't Foreman Grant Ulrich. Sectretary Will Rexroth. Treasurer Harvey Smith. Fire Police John Jeakles. After the election the boys had a jolly good time in their rooms play ing cards and eating oysters. Fire Department Election. The Napoleon Fire Department held their annual election last Mon day evening, at which time the fol lowing officers were named to serve for the ensuing year: Chief Josiah Koller. 1st Ass't Chief Ernest Spengler. 2nd " " John Polker. Secretary--Jo8. Honeck. Treasurer Jacob Brown." Information Wanted. Henry Ilett, late of Peckham, Lon don, Baker. Last heard of about 15 years ago at Napoleon, Ohio, and Saginaw, Michigan. Information to his advantage can be had of W. H. Matthews, Solicitor, 1 Southwark Bridge Road, London, S. E., England. 8t Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair. CREAM mm MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape-Cream of Tartar Powder. iFre. rom Ammonia, Alum or any $th adulterant 40 YEARi .iHB STfNDARfl.- J PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE flis Foreign foficj, ' Outlinetl- ia a ' 7. llcar, Concise Style ' HIS ; VIEWS- ON' FINANCE (Jivea at UreatLengtH and ' la"! d . Very Fran Manner. . C SLAPS MADE AT PROTECTION Thinks That'Had ITIuch to Do With' " Financial Depression. nil BILTEE COINAGE SUMMED UP. Ia Conelmlon, Ttm Say If Hli Reeom mendatioiis An Not Approved II Stand Beady to Approve Something- Bettor. To the Congress of the fritted States: The present assemblage of the legisla tive branch of our government occurs at a time when the interests of our people and the needs of the country give especial prominence to the condi tion of our foreign relations and the exigencies of our national finances. The reports of the ! heads of the several administrative departments pf the gov ernment f uitjr arid plainly exhibit what has been accomplished within the scope of the respective duties and present such recommendations for the better ment of our country's condition as pa triotic and Intelligent labor and ob servation suggest. In January last, the Argentine Re- publlc.recognlzlng the value of the large market opened to the free Importation of Us wools under our last tariff act. has admitted certain products of the United States to entry at reduced da tlea 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 in this instance ap preciated dv ine country irom which our woolen factories draw their need ful supply of raw material. Resumption of specie payments by Chile is ' a . step of great Interest and importance both in Its direct consequence upon her own welfare and as evinoin the ascendency of sound financial rjrin- ciples In one of the most Influential of the south African republics. The close of the momentous struggle between China and Japan, while re lieving the diplomatic agents of this government from the delicate duty they undertook at the request of both coun tries of fendrine ailch Kervtoo tn th subjects of either belligerent within the territorial limits of the other as our neutral position Dermitted rWplonoil domestic condition in the Chinese em pire wmcn nas caused much anxiety and called for prompt and coreful at tention. Either aa-a result f control by the central government over the provincial government, following a dimiinitton of traditional governmen tal authority under the stress of an op portunity of the aversion of the Chinese population to all foreien wavs nrt un dertakings, there have occurred in wide ly separated provinces of China serious outbreaks of the q(d fanatical spirit against foreigners, which, unchecked by the local authorities, if hot actually connived by them-1iave culminated In mob attack on forelkn' missionary sta tions causing much destruction of nroni erty and attended with personal Injuriea as well as loss of Hf. Although but one -American citizen wais reported rto have been ant main v wounded,and although the destruction oi property may have fallen more heavily upon the missionaries' of other nationalities "thaw crar1 own.'-vtt plainly behooved this govern irtTOt to tgke the moat prompt and dwcMed tu-i guard against similar or perhaps more dreadful calamities befalling the hun- ureua American mission stations which have grown ud thivnirin.,,t the Interior of China under the tem perate ; , RULE OP TOLERATION, custom and imperial edict. The an. mands of the United States and other powers ror the aegnadiation amd pun ishment of the responsible officials of the respective cities and Drovinces who, by neglect or otherwise, had per mitted uprisings, and for the adoption oi stern measures Dy tne emperors government for the protection of Hie life and property of .foreiEiners. were followed by the disgrace and dismissal of certain provincial officials found derelict In duty, and the. punishment by death of a unmber of those adlude- ed guilty of actual participation in the outrages. cmna win not forget our kindly service to her cltlzena during her late war nor the further fact, that while furnlBhing all the facilities at our com mand to further the negotiation of a peace between her and Japan, we sought no advantages and Interposed no counsel. The governments of both $hlna and Japan. have ip special dis patches transmitted through their re-' spectlve dlpldmailc representatives ex pressed hi the most pleasing mfjnnei tneir grateiui appreciation of our aa lstance to their citizens during the unhappy struggle and of the value of our aid in paving the way to their resumption of peaceful "reactions. The customary cordial relations be tween this country and France have been undisturbed with the exception that a full explanation of the TREATMENT OF JOHN L. WALLER by the expeditionary military authori ties on a ranee still remains to be given. Mr. Waller, formerly United States consul at Tamatave, remained in Madagascar after his term of office expired and was apparently success ful in procuring business concessions from the Hovas of greater or less value. After the occupation of Tamatave and the declaration of martial law by the French, he was arrested upon va rious charges, among them that of communicating military Information to the enemies of France, was tried and convicted by a military tribunal and sentenced to twenty years' Impris onment, f ollowing tne course Justi fied by abundant precedents, this gov ernment requested from that of France the record of the proceedings of the French tribunal which resulted in Mr. Waller's condemnation s - . This request has been compiled with to the extent of supplying a copy of the omciai record, from wnich appear the constitution and organisation of the court, charges ns formulated and the general course and result of the tri al, and by which rt la shown that the accused was tried in open court and was defended by counsel; but the evi dence adduced in support of the charges waicu was not received uy 'me French minister for foreign affairs till the flrsr week In October, has thus far been withheld, the French government taking the ground that its production in response. to our demand wouia es tablish a bad precedent. The, efforts of our ambassador to procure It, howeverJ though impeded by recent changes lr? the French min istry, have not been relaxed, and tt is confidently expected that some -,' , SATISFACTORY SOLUTION ' of the matter wilj- shortly- be reached. Meanwhile," It appears that Mr.-1- Wal ler's confinement has every alleviation which the state of his health and all te oerclraumsianciss of th case d mandtor term It. Tn -n.viMjublc contrtLut to- Xh4 diftereBoaatuattt toted .refDeolft! mg- matter of common concern wnert -i... .. . k treaty of arbitration between tho. two cuncus-.on ot a permanent vwuuu irw. .i. j,- la our 6aJtag wtth other nation w-cr wen iu oe opennanaed uia cm cy a DrodUaHna- nation n4 4t nkin. lV hmVatTtaaal no. . 1 w a mm m rtfl WIW WTO generosity and tine mora! aspect of flirtnrval . itria ana reciprocal hould noC however? conr.7n "us to submit tn irotelr ik i .i .. silentlv ".":" ..I.. vo uie enjoyment of our share m iiumsu advantages or " .-i lJi I XVAlLC : lU'JiAl 11J.H. 1 If . examination of te situation - , . 7 ""ures on our part aa n n.., am ' - .w..w mure,. w those, from which . ve suffer, tha way lavgive resmcuons similar to thoe frnm i hu -n r .u ..... to such a course U easy. . It should. nowever, oy no mean be lightly en tered upon, since the necessity for the inauguration at anoh regretted by the best sentiment of our Fjpic, a,jm oecauae -t naturally and logically might lead to consequences - "-via ui vjti era i di iuuu. l ways intimate and important, have de- uvo"uc uuniig me pasx year even a wa VVIIDtuCIWliUU 1,110,(1 several vexatious estlons were left uiiueivnnineo oy tne decision of the idling om arDiirauon triDunai. The application of the principles laid down by that august body has not been fol lowed by the results they were Intend ed to accomplish, either because the principles themeselves lacked . In breadth and deflnlteness or because tneir execution has been more or less Imperfect. Much correspondence has been exchanged between the two governments on the subject of prevent- SLAUGHTER OF SEALS . The understanding by which the united otates was to pay and Great rM iLuin to rfwf, va a utmn am A, CA?K 000 in fllll aOtHaman, n9 .11 Tl. 1.1.1. claims ior damages arising from oui . . .....t..a va on j, jusil rasuico ui Dnmn seaung vessels un authorized under the award of the PArlM tri him u 1 nf a.KLtMtl.. .... va u.wi.iaiiVIl, OTUS H...L confirmed by the tast congress, which uuinicu iu mttae xne necessary ap propriations. I am still of the opinion t.hflt thl a, na.a.mA..a n... a u.i .iatureu, VC1S JUU1U1UUH HH(1 an venrji ronna an. nw al.. . . " v.ro ,ui U1C a,uvciu- ...c.ii, ouiu x wuiieaiiy recommend thai n re HBO..,. uuoiBiuereu anu sanctioned. If, however, this does not meet with , ., V. n - . vc. iaaiiijF will hardlv dissert., frnm th. nmnn.iti.. - yivpiraiuuu that inp trnva,rnma.nf la v.n,.nj v. .. ... a - . . aD uvuuu wj c n y consideration of honor and good falta v iuiuc iur tne speeoy adjustment 7. . -rf . muttiiuu 1,113 only other alternative. A treaty of ar bitration has,-therefore, been agreed ujfu aim win oe immediately laid be fore t hf RPtlfl tfi mn 'hot fn . ai.. T ' ' aia viirj ui IIIO suggestions a final utiiamant . . v.. reached. ine commissioner nnrvitnta mn.rK rnn ,r rant, ,,f.nn , i- 1 .'i'(-....ia lvj . uvuuurjr in PARflAmJiniinHilv hav . J : ------a j av-tu,uiiis io me description of the treaty of Ghent have i ji aunjr ugiBeu. ine completion of the preliminary survey of the Alas kan boundarv nvhlnh l 11.-. l. . a ---- " luur of the coast from the most southern Kunii ui x-iium ui vvaiee island until it strikes the one hundred and forty-first nraririlnn at np nam. th. j. . . mc Duiiunix OI Mount St. Ellas, awaits further neces sary appropriation, which is urgently recommended. The ascertainment nf a niu. lan at a particular point is a work re quiring such time and careful ob servations and surveys. Such observa tions and surveys were undertaken by the United Statm, r.,wio .... 1890 and 1891, while Bimilar work in the same quarter under British auspices are believed to give nearly coincident results, but these surveys have been In dependently conducted and no Interna tional agreement tn mnrlr tho .... - .uvwc ui cany other parts of the one hundred and lui-ty-iirsc meridian Dy permanent mon uments has yet been made. t, In 'the meantime the valley of the Yukon is becoming a highway through v..o luuniiu unexpioreu wuis of Alas ka, and Jthunriianr mlnoral ....l.a. i , rrcailll ntlS been discovered in that r-ci. . clally at or near the Junction of the uunutuy iiiei-iuian witn tne Yukon and its tributaries. In thmao ..(.v.,,-. - vi.vuiuoiailtCa it is expedient, and, indeed, imperative i"c juiiBuiraionai limits of the re spective governments in. this new re gion be speedily determined. Her Britannic majesty's government has proposed A JOINT DELIMITA TTfiM of the one hlindred and fortyflrst me ridian by an international commission of experts, which, If congress will au thorize and mnko diu . luvisuuns therefore, can be accomplished with no undesirable outlay. It is impossible to overlook the vital importance of con tinui. g the work aIi-mHv Miincy upon, and supplementing It by further ef- icviive nicasures .owning to the exaot location of this entire boundary line. a. ..o.,. .iraiuuu iu me unsatlsfactorv - - ...w itouvc junsoic- tlons of the United States and the Do minion of Canada In the great lakes at the approaches to the narrow wa ters that connect them. The waters in question are frequented by fishermen of both nationalities and their nets are there used. Owing to the uncertainty and ignorance as to the true boundary .a,- mjuriuus SeiZ llrA r,f nniaira anH naita K.. i .... . " -anaian cruisers often occur, while any positive Bciiicdici . 'aaicucui. uy tan accepted standard is not easily to be reached A 1nint commission tn r1p.la.i. .l ' line In those quarters on a practical basis Dy measured courses following r-orto-o msrlra .in nhnpa la. . f - -J - w a. jieuessi'ty for which Immediate provisions should be made. ? It being apparent that the boundary dispute between Great Britain and the Republic of Venezuela concerning the LIMITS OF BRITISH GUIANA was approaching an acute stage, a def inite statement of the interest, and pol- Inv rf tha, TTnltAri Stfltoa aaa w.n.oi.. iu. controversy seemed to be required both Kill 1n 11 cavA.a a..a 111 VICW OI JtB relations with the friendly powers di rectly concerned. In July, last, there fore, a dispatch was addressed to the British government, in whdeh the atti tude of the United States was fully and distinctly set forth. 'ine general conclusion inerein reach ed and formulated are In substance at... aU. .-i i.lin n rA Aa.nk1li,k.J 1 Lliat Kile uaui.iuii aiiu caiaujiajlcu JMJl- lcy of this government Is firmly opposed W ft'iuiwuic luwm.q u J auiJLTCail power of Its territorial posseeMoni oa Kla w(ln Un V.I nnllmr tm a at Mild VWUIIIICIH IIIUI - ID . well founded In principle as it te fftrong- iy Huyponea oy numerous preceueniBi la hAilnrl 4i n-AtAi r -m t n rt V, n Anti.iicra- ment of the area of British Guiana in derogation of the rights and against the will of Venezuela; that, considering the disparity in Btrength of Great Britain and Venezuela, the territorial dispute arbitration, and that the. resort to suoh 0,1 un lutiun snuuia inciuue ine -vviiuie con-troversy and is not satisfied if one to draw an arbitrary linahrough the wuiiui ah uruaie tiiiu utr:iaic iiiak .Ill t. tl . - 1 I a. aj 1 J. : It wm ouumn w armtranon ouiy portion lying on one side of It the the dispatch In question called upon tha British government for- ft definite ans- iv viae 14 uca iiaju rv iicliii n mvuiu or would not submit the territorial con troversy oerween itseir ana Venezuela In its entirety to impartial arbitra tion. fViA anantaa o-V.,a TlttMliiin ivAira.tn.- oMvn VJ. bliv uilUKNi 6Uwir ment 1 as mot vel beftn received, .bufc ii expeo-tjcid . whortly, when further com-munlca-tilon nn iht ii.hiPrr will rtrnba- bly be mai."- to oongrena. (Uonctuaea next wee&.; . EkoIm Iaw Strictly Enforced. TMnt Vintr TtaA U Trio aTMoa law was striotly enforced yesterday, andtha nnlina wern on the alert to K9 that no vioWonsBhouldbe permitted, if they ooid do sjjjUng to pwfei iB. mu, aaiiaractory outcome as the tru"u,u recanam or Atw Tork to menu of the case require. Is the recent I ncoeed Judge Jackon on !the'' an ItOJlUtlon Ot Itut V-n-b ..Hunhor f a I nnma lun.l. u 1 1 e-. iiS. President Cleveland has n.med , D , . Tl . , - ---uiou ,de of Toledo, was in -the aty Monday. Mr. Wade eipecttf to be made Collector of the port of To ledo? but ia taking chances with the ft. 1 y8- 11 t whom elPect t0 b Probate Notice. IN .-rd. i cK.BS ffV ant acesani at h.r .iJirT,- . "'"leH a ' riD nd ,ht7 n"??;.' - I v-curr.prouie Jodx. 1 . - I ' . . IS 1 Mrhn.y.. k . i. u . . R v v. K 1 ocoBeiaer.iiia ud a fourth aeeoaiil oi hiTJi . wbioh wUI h or Wlsa andaii. I Uemeot Deoembwunth u riD aaoaei. Ucmeat DMemtwrSOUi, Wi. . -L 'CPa'F.ProHtijBdg.. Probate Notice. OTICE if hereby given, that Jimft W. Haa- V.CDfF, Probata Judge. Probate Notice. N07lI.?.! that In telrt m'a mioiximtoro. tha K,l.l.r ..n.;., a... I,?; , '1?"" MainirHoii, which will b for bearing and .ettlemenl Decern let aotb, JjV. OCFP, Probate Judge. Probate Notice. N I?E U f7bT fiv"a' th,t Cbrlatton Mar- n....7; a,..,. --""" 01 id. aiut. of inriuw, urn niea a anal account of hie acttlenl lW-h ZuZ"".' m """W "' WfUl, lovo, . . r ' J . Y. CUFF, Probate Judge. Probate Notice. NOTICE la hereby given, tuat J. F.KInatl.aa idmlnlBimii. . .v. c.,... a. , . . h7, fli iT a a aiB.niw l I oiepueu .iJ 'kTa 01 me aaminieira- H;!'!lic oJt."1, Ior hearing and aMilement J. V. 0 UFF, Probate Judge. DR. 3VHLLS, THE - . : CONSULTING PHYSICIAN : WITH THE Choctaw Medicine Co.. lauiau nil omoe In me pleaeint rooms at the Onion Honse from 9 a. m.to 5 p.n. Where he givesfadvioe and examination FREE OF CHARGE ITl'a rnftnrfl tn Mnnn 1...... .1-1 I .w. vuima uiraBVQ inns nave been given op as inonrableand beyond Yv ! ,'ooc"' ""at or any traveling aiujsiuicui uoiurs ine Amerioan pnblio, and enrpasses that of Hospitals. Those aeeirots or seeing him should call as me last lew days will be taken op with People Living at a Dis tance. His method of treating disease is en tirely different from physicians at large, hence he is more successful and gives relief more spjedy and makes cores with special medicines which produce Eadical and Permanent Cures No matter of what you goffer don't fail to Oall On tha Dnnlnr. TTa nan .nr. ... TT RJ 0, I diseases he makes a specialty of and his imported remedies never fail when prescribed in cases of rheumatism, spinal, kidnev. livnr nr ,tim.nk . consomptioo, catarrh deafness, cravel. seminal weakness, contracted cords, weak limbs or joints, blood diseases from any oaose whatever. 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