The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 19, 1899 Page: 2 of 8
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U. C. MILLER. Editor and Publisher.
C. H. MILLER. Proprietor.
THE WORLD AT LARGE.
Summary of the D Uy Now*
The president haa nominated Charle-
naeue Tower, of Pennsylvania, now
uini-ter to Austria-Hungary, to be
\iubassad«)r to Kuasia. and Addison I.
-Jams, o( Indiana, as minister to Aus-
Uk*. \VHEELER appeared before the
aouse potnuiiiwe on pensions and made
t fervid appeal for a special pension
oill (fivine to the widows and rela- ,
.ives of those who fell at Santiago
md other battles of the Spanish war |
so amount commensurate with the
fallaniry of those who lost their lives.
Tiie president on the 11th sent the
lominalinn to the senate of Joseph H.
;hoate. of New York, to be ambassa-
ior extraordinary and plenipotentiary
.o Ureal lintaiu.
Jvdoe Advocate Oknekai. Likhrh,
jf the United Males arinv, has decided
tbat soldiers of the war with Spain
jiay be burled in the national ctiue-
•erv at Oettyshure. l'a.
c0mmis8ahv tienehai. Kahan ap-
peared before the war investigating
commission at Washington on the 1-th
lo meet the allegations against the
beef issues in the war. lie denied
numerous statements of t!en. Miles,
sharped that the letter's testimony
constituted severe reflections on the
commanding generals of the expedi-
tions and referred to him as "this
same commanding general, Nelson A.
Miles," and said whoever called the
beef furnished "embalmed beef" was
Aksistast Secretary Meiki.ejohm
made public on the I'ith Father Thomas
F. Sherman's very interesting and in-
structive report to Gen. ltrooke of his
recent tour through the island of
Porto Rico. Father Sherman savs he
found the people of Porto Hico gentle,
docile and Uiudly and that the Span-
iards living there rejoice with their
Porto Hico friends in the change of
Nelson Disoley, of Maine, leader of
the republican side of the floor of the
bouse of representatives and repre-
senting the Second congressional dis-
trict of Maine in that body, died at
Washington on the 13th of heart fail-
ure, resulting from extreme weakness
due to pneumonia.
The war investigation commisMon
on the 13lli returned to Gen. i.agan
bis statement denouncing Gen. Miles
as a liar and requested that the objec-
tionable language be eli nluated,
stating that it ought not to have been
made ■ >y a witness before the board.
President McKini.ey sent a letter
of condolence to Mrs. Dingley on the
death of her husband at Washington.
SenoR Aooncii.i.o, the representa
tive of Gen. Aguinaldo and the Fili
pinos at Washington, has filed with
the state department a memorandum
setting forth the reasons why the
Philippine government should be re-
cognized by the United States.
It was reported that the war inves-
tigation commission would soon make
a report blaming Secretary Alger for
weakness, but not making him respon-
sible for the "camphorrors;" censuring
lien. Miles for making unfounded
charges that bad beef was supplied to
troops; finding that Gen. Shafter con
ducted the Santiago campaign as well
as could be eXDected; criticising t
llrooke for conditions at Camp Thomas
and blaming the medical departmen
for failure tocarryout proper sanitary
President McKini.ey has decided to
send a commission to the Philippines
to make a study of the situation and
advise him of what the policy should
be in regard to the islands. He has
asked Admiral Dewey to be president
of the commission.
Three commissioners arrived al
Washington from Glasgow, Scotland,
to lay before President McKinley and
bis cabinet particulars regarding the
exhibition to lie held in 1901 at Glas-
President McKini.ey and Secretary
Alger hail a conference over the Miles
Kagan scandal, lloth realized thai
the conduct of Gen. Kagan in using
vituperative language towards Oen
Miles could not be ignored anil some
thing will be done in the matter. 1'
seemed likely that a court of inquir>
will be decided on to determine
whether Gen. Kagan slandered Gen.
Miles and also whether Gen. Miles
slandered the commissary department.
A hotel and sanitarium at Marlin,
Tex., was burned on the i!Hh.
MissAnna Mary Hoek Schley, 35
years old, daughter of the late Col.
William Louis Schlev. poet, lawyer
and veteran of two wars, and second
cousin of Rear Admiral Sehley, com-
mitted suicide in her home at Haiti-
more. Md. Since the death of her
father a month ago Miss Schley had
The bishop of Havana, recognizing
that under American rule the latholic
church cannot be supported out of the
public revenues, issued a circular let-
ter to the priests of the different par-
ishes, directing that the church be
hereafter maintained by private con-
Twenty-seven thousand Spaniards
still remained in the vicinity of Ciell-
I fuegos, Cuba, on the 15th, and it is
improbable that the evacuation will
be completed much before the middle
| of February. The Spanish troops,
who are thickly quartered in the ware-
houses and along the wharves,
swarmed through the city day and
night. The soldiers were poorly fed
and have had 110 pay for months.
El. Pohviene at Santiago recently
published an extra g vinj* a cable mes-
sage from Ur. Joaquin 1 astillo. then
in Washington with lien. Wood in the
Interest of the Santiago board of trade
Dr. Castillo said that complete auton-
omy will be granted to the province.
The whole city was talking of a demon-
stration to celebrate the prospecL
A jt'ry at Fort Scott, Kan., found
that, under the Kansas law. a school-
teacher has no authority to lay bauds
a pupil for the purpose of inflicting
corporal punishment, and 1 rank
Hedges was found guilty of assault
and battery on one of his pupils in the
Kedfield schools for having punished
Two negro murderers, Nolen and
Mas, who had been sentenced to hang
at noon on the 13th at Ardmore, I. T .
were gran ted a stay of execution unt.l
next.lune. The scaffold had been built.
The mayor and the entire city coun-
;I1 at San Juan, Porto Kico, have re-
ligned. This action, they asserted,
was taken because of their inability
to raise sufficient funds under the pres-
ent tariff They were not satisfied
with the so-called abrupt commands
of military government and besides
alleged they had insufficient liberty.
Nearly all the business men of Chi-
cago have been invited to a banquet to
be given by the Merchants' club for
the purpose of considering in detail
the question of establishing municipal
pawnshops in that city, lly the pas-
sage of such a measure, it was said,
the large number of Shyiocks, who
make loans at exorbitant rates, will
be forced out of business.
An epidemic of meningitis was re-
ported raging in Albany, Ga. So far
the disease has taken effect mainly
among the negroes. T he officers of the
Second Missouri regiment said that
the epidemic will cause the troops to
be moved from there much sooner than
was al first anticipated.
The business failures in the 1'nited
States for the week ended the 13th
numbered .*194, according to llradstreet s
report, against SiS for the correspond-
ing week last year.
Fire broke out early the other morn-
ing in the five-story Menkin bull ling
at Memphis, Tenn., aud destroyed the
building and contents, valued at 54.>0,-
000. The insurance was 8345.000.
No homeseekers' excursions will be
run after February 1 by the roads in
the territory of the Central Passenger
associations. At a recent meeting of
the association held in Chicago, at
which 40 of the roads were repre-
sented, all of them with four excep
tions, decided to discontinue home-
seekers' excursions and in lieu thereof
to sell after this month regular winter
Early the other morning burglars
broke into the main building of the
Iowa Stale university at Iowa City and
blew up the safe with dynamite. The
burglars looted the safe aud escaped.
It was not known how much they got.
Mrs. Margaret Pi.chmf.r, a widow
residing one mile south of Loweli.
\rk., was struck by a Frisco freight
train while crossing the track and in-
A great battle has been fought in
the Yamen division of Arabia. The
Turkish troops stormed an.l captured
.he insurgent position at Shanel and
1,000 insurgents and -,000 Turks were
lilled or wounded.
Henry Bante, a grocer and saloon-
ceeper at Hamilton, ()., shot his wife
wice and then blew out his own
trains. The woman, though seriously
11 jured, has a chance for recovery.
James De Long, the horseman, died
it Niles, Mich., of the gr.p.
A negro named Henry Jones was
nanged by a crowd near Richmond,
N. C., for murdering a woman.
Elmer King and his bride, of Fruit-
port, Mich., were both drowned in
Spring lake while skating.
An* epidemic of grip was prevailing
in Oakland, CaL, on the 11th. Health
Officer Dunn said he thought there
were at least 4,000 cases in the city
and, if weather conditions do not aid
cars resulted, but only two of the j t),e health department in checking the
dozen passengers sustained material disease, a repetition of the epidemic of
I* a collision between a freight train
ind a locomotive on the Philadelphia
t Reading railroad at Glendale, Pa.,
leveral cars were overturned lad
nirned. A brakeman was also pin-
oned uuder the debris aud burned to
A skriocs freight wreck occurred on
.he Pennsylvania railroad near Rich-
nond, Ind., on the l.Mh. Two trains
ollided and both engines were wrecked
mil much merchandise destroyed.
A train on the Illinois Central had
head-end collision with a switch
ngine at Champaign, 111., and the
ireman of the passenger train was
filled. The passengers were badly
The Indian nations will try to col-
ect the traders' license tax from
non-citizen merchandise dealers in the
Indian territory, llefore the passage
it the Curtis bill the nations were not
n a position to enforce these collec-
The first detachment of the Seven-
teenth United States infantry left
oluinbus, ()., on the 1.1th for New
Vork, eu route to the Philippines.
The British ship Andal.na capsized
in a terrific tquall at Tacoma. Wash.,
ind her captain and a crew of IS men
Anatoi.e Deihler has been appoint-
ed to succeed his father as official exe-
utioner of Paris. The father had u
ecord of 600 heads.
The New York Sun says there is a
plan on foot to get ex-Gov. William J.
tone, of Missouri, nominated for pres-
ident in 1D00.
The gunboat Y'orktown sailed from
san Francisco to Manila on the 13th.
CoNBlDER A rle excitement has been
created by rich gold discoveries 35
miles east of Vernal, Utah, in the Blue
mountains, near the Colorado line.
Great interest is being manifested
throughout the west over the coming
meeting of stockmen at Denver, Col.,
luring the week of January S3. Be-
sides the national live stock conven-
tion, a range cattle exhibition is to be
held at the stock yards, the first ex-
hibition of its kind ever held in the
country. These cattle are range-bred
ind have never tasted any feed but
Ijrass and hay.
Sami f.l Si.kiner, a farmer of Pleas-
ant Valley township, la., went to
West Union and surrendered himself
to the authorities. He said that his
brother John and himself, with a
neighbor named Hunsberger, were to-
gether and drank freely of home-made
wine, becoming intoxicated. A quar-
rel arose between them, in which Sam-
uel shot his brother, killing him in-
A letter received by Stephen L.
Barton, chairman of the Cuban relief
committee at New \ork. from Mr.
Warner, recently sent to the Sancti
Spiritus district in Cuba, says that
there are 7,531 destitute women and
children in the town, with 1.393 men
to provide for them, more than half of
whom are too sick aud weak to even
help themselves. "The condition of
the people in the little villages and
country," he says, "is even worse than
iD the city."
The employes of the Sioux City (la.)
plant of the Cudahv Packing company
have purchased four blocks of prop*
ertv a short distance from the packing
house and will build up what they will
call Cudahytown on the co-operative
plan. No one not an employe of the
packing company and a member of the
townsite company will be allowed to
A conference between the Canadian
Pacific railway and the western roads
of the United States has been arranged
for January 17 at Chicago and it is ex-
pected that it will result in an arrange-
ment of the trouble relating princi-
pally to the immigrant traffic.
The republican legislative caucus at
Indianapolis, Ind.. selected ex-Con-
gressman A. J. Beveridge for United
States senator. As the republicans
have a majority on joint ballot in the
legislature he will be elected to suc-
ceed Senator David Turpie (dein ). Mr.
Beveridge is but 38 years old and he
will be the youngest roan to be elected
a United States senator from Indiana.
The report that Mgr. Ireland, the
archbishop of SL Paul. Minn., is to be
nominated papal nuncio in the Philip-
pines was absolutely contradicted at
the Vatican at Home. "
Late Happenings of More Than
SCHOOL LAND LESSEES CONVENTION
Mm for the Pnrpoie of rirhiinffing VI®'
ho ti 10 tiet Ikie LctfUlMturc to i'mm
Mor<* iMfomble Ln" Oth«r
Ute News of luterett.
Coursing through the veius. feeds, nourishes
aud sustains all the organs, nerves, muscles
aud tissues of the body. Hood's Sarsapa-
riiia makes warm, rich, pure blood. It is
the best medicine you can take in winter.
It tones, invigorates, strengthens and fortt
fles the whole body, preventing colds,
fevers pneumonia and the grip.
Is America's Greatest Medicine Pric® "
Prepared by a L Hood & co, Lowell. Mass-
Mood's PHI* cure sick Hcadachc- ^
fevers, pneumonia ana int i
M IIOOI. UNI) l.ESSKKS.
Territorial Tocher*' A « o llo«.
The * ?vcnth annual Territorial sternly.
Teachers' a. socintion recently held in
How It Happened-
The police magistrate eyed the priosner
The following' oflicers
1 he coming year:
President, h. W. Cole, F.1 Reno; firM
i lo« t OkUlioni* « Ity Represented
0 OOO Lcoiee* of Publ c I.- • «!.
Delegates tepreHenling he several
thousand school land les>eesof the ter-
ritory met in convention at Oklnhoma
City las". Thursday for the purpose of
exchanging views and to agree, if pos-. - * . . t. n.
sible, upon the needs of the lessees In vice president, J. W. Davis, Louni.il,
the way of legislation. The leasing second vice president, L B Sn.v<
and the"regulation of the vast acres of I'.iwn.e; third vice president, J.
scho .1 lands in a manner lhat is just McGill, Enid; fourtn vice P'^ident,
a .id fair to the lessee and equally fair W. L. Johnson, Chund er, ^^et.rj
and just to ihe inieresis of the school J. II. Ledgerwood 1 ond Ciee , Ueas
.'.md, is admittedly the most sei ions urer, J. M. D-Lisle, Woodward,
problem coufrouiintf the legislature.
On the one hand wre something like
6,000 lessees of school lauds who are
entitled lo tae protection of the law;
on the oilier hand are the 100,0<)0 school
childien (and their tribe is increasing),
whose education is largely based upon
the money derived from the school
lands. The school land lessees are j
fairly well orjrauizeil ana represent a
solid political force, and the ouly reas- j
You were arrested, he said, for a®
itiou ictrnuy jting player of a street piano.
Oklahoma City was the best 10 interest :8 vour defense?" _ .
and numbers in attendance ever held. "Well, your honor, I ^af ^"L^with f
were elected for home after having been out all night wiin a
sick friend. M
wife was waiting for me
in no tnenaiy irame of mmd. he go
— me along and started p.aying There 111J?
Hot Time in the Old Town ^To-night.. so
The cops hur-
rapher, Win. N. Rice. Norman.
Hutchinson & ^« u hern to He Kxtended.
Ponca L'itv Courier: A public meet-
ing of the citizens was held at the po-
lice court pres ded over by M «yor
.I.lines Gordon. President Bradford,
It. E. WalUer and L. L. Jackson of the
Hutchinson & Southern were here to
talk up a junction of their road with
the Santa Fe al tais place
1 took iVasVpersonal'ina'tter and proceeded
to nut a dent in his features. 1 l'.e,cnP*;
ried up and pinched the dago and his piano,
'""Well, you?" urged his honor. .
"I was carried away with the music. Mid
the prisoner, sadly-Baltimore American.
And It Was Different.
"If you were not an heiress," he said as
1 wind-up to Ins impassioned appeal—if you
hadn't hundreds of thousands of dollars,
while I am poor, the case wouId he different.
Yon would know then that 1 loved )ou for
yourself alone." v
"Haven't you seen the evening papers.
6he calmly asked.
I "Better "riI* one. My bank has busted
They h ive ! and 1 haven't got a dollar. However, as you
, i a corps of surveyors between
that their efforts lo secure leg sla- B|aukwell n1nuinf, „ preliminary line
tion failed in ilie past has been n lack ^ Xhe officers of the road
of uniformity in ideas. Theconv
coining spi iug.
: contracts will be let by February 1.
here aud , 'waiTirig',°Mi"'French," he in-
terrupted as he rose up, "1 calle'ti toi see >our
father about that coalyard, u,n(iuY„
pass no further on your
thanks for*your kindness—good evening'
, . . i • say it is their purpose to come to Ponca
developed that there is a decided dis- J ^ nftm|nir BDl intr. The
position amon? the lessees to demand
nothing but what is fair and just, but i
ti.ere was also a diversity of opinion as j murderer Mai* In nn t'nrnly 1'rlsoner.
to what constitutes a "fair and just' j Watonga Republican: Conrad Mass,
measure. The convent ion was unani- | w nas been very unruly
mously and hea, ti'y >' accord with jn jaii. The other day the sheriff
School Land Secretary Filson's recom- ! orciered him into a cell. He refused to
mendation lhat competitive bidding be j'he deputy sheriff aud several
abol shed, but there was some opposi- j others started in to force him. Conrad
lion to the recommendation thai a new fought them. He yielded after be' titf j Philadelphia North American,
appraisement be made at the expiration knocked down by a club in the hands
of the lease. President Hennessey in Qf a deputy. Every act of his in jail
aq address urged a greater unanimity ' indicates lhat he is just the kind of a
of sentiment among the lessees, and tuun who would commit murder. A
cited the failure to secure legislation hemp necktie will neutralize thai
two years ago because of the inharmony ; vicious temper.
of ideas as ;o w hat was wanted. Rep- j
J. W. S.ott of Cliffton, For the Care end Kdumtlon of the
Governor Barnes has entered into
Jamie—Pa, what is "lesc majeste?"
Pa-That's the Latin way of calling: a
rrowned head a blamed chump.—Cleveland
She—"You played poker asrain la«?t nieht.''
He (who lost all he had)-"No, my dear; I
was merely an onlooker at the game.
If we make the most of opportunities on-
mrtunities will make the most of us.—L. A.
1 education of the blind children
resentative " " ^ "
himself a les>ee. and i epresentin„ , _ • «,„#
more school limd than any other mem- contract with Clmrle^^Giinnuig iuin of
ber of the legislature, was present nnd | Outline, to provide for the ci.e i.nd
briefly addressed ihe convention,
>L .t M l.« F..h. in IIS ti>.m« IIIC l illC U1 ««>
is the same rale as is paid tor the care
and education of the deaf and dumb.
Mr. CnuuiiH-hain, the contractor, has
not vet decided at what pjint he
edgiu Z liis lieurt v support to any terntoiy for a period offive yearsut
r^fure that would be fail-in its terns the rate of 8*275 for each pup. Ibis
e in ma i.iiia mi is n<iid tor the care
lie anuounced tluil in anticipation of
school land legislation lie had already
p-epared a bill the chief features of
which were the abrogation of compet-
itive bidding*, continuing leases witli-
out re-apprai^eiuent, and providing for
u school Loard on tiie present lines.
Senator Sidney Clarlie followed Mr.
Scott and u' jjeii the necessity of intro-
ducing a bill looking toward sc
land legislation at an early sta;
the session, lie said there was a gen-
e. al disposition to put the school funds
locate the institution.
in tile hands of a bunded officer and lo
Herluu. I.O.. l> Klre at Kardln.
Fire des.roved four large business
iiires a' ,e l with raercband!se at Nar-
din. Kay county. The buildings were
' u( bin ned to tiie ground, The losers are
Slocum liros. large uoubie store, gen-
eral merchandise; George E. Coulter,
building and drug stock; T. S. llall
Go to work on Lumbago as if you intended
to cure it. Use St. Jacobs Oil.
IIow natural it is for most of uj to think
that other folks are liars.—Washington lla.)
Had, Worse, Worst Sprain, liood, Better,
Best. Remedy—St. Jacobs Oil.
The lead pencil is sometimes h.ird_pushed
to make re-marks.—Chicago Daily New*.
Deep as is the Sciatic nerve, St. Jacobs
Oil will penetrate and cure Sciatica.
You can't preserve happiness in "family
jars."—L. A. \V. Bulletin.
aud stock of general uu-r-
n. chanilise owned by C. M. Davis; Beach-
Si Williams, hardware.
IN the mift and darkness of the
flight of the 13th a south side elevated
train ?oin^ at full speed crashed into
the rear end of another train at Sixty-
third street and Madison avenue, Chi-
cago. A wreckage disastrous to the
CON8IDBRABLK excitement has been
caused at Lisbon, O., among stock-
holders of the defunct First national
bank by a notice from the comptroller
of the currency requiring them to pay
flOO on every share held by them when
the failure occurred. Some of the
stockholders may be forced into bank-
ruptcy. The bank will only pay depos-
itors from 50 to 75 Der cent.
In the federal court at Dubuque. Ia.,
Judge Shiras decided tha the life in-
surance of a voluntary bankrupt be
_ight years ago was feared.
Thk Tennessee legislature re-elected
William H. Tate (dtm.) to the United
It was reported from Floyd county,
Ya., that a man by the name of l nder-
wood, who was suspected of being an
informer on moonshiners, was seized
by a gang of the latter and his throat
cut. lie was then thrown across a log
and decapitated with an ax.
ForH persons were run down and
] instantly killed by an express train
near Larimer station, on the Vennsyl
comes an asset; that the policy is not j vania railway, 25 miles east of I tits-
exempt and lhat a sum equal to its burgh. Pa. The engineer blew the
cash value must be turned over to the; whistle, but the alarm was probably
trustees within 30 days or the policy unheard.
shall become a listed asset. I Wont, was received that the famous
Kiktkkx men stationed at the water- Stinking Water springs, near tod},
works crib, off Sixty-eighth street, in Wyo., had suddenly disappeared
Lake Michigan, were reported on tin
11th to be in danger of starvation un
less help could reach them soon. Thi
recent strong east winds and cold
weather had piled up the ice to such
an extent that it was impossible for
ihe tugboats to reach the cribs.
place was a resort for invalids with
rheumatism anil stomach disorders.
In blasting at the crater it was found
that a subterranean river, half as bti
as the main fork of the Stinking Water
had encroached upon the source of the
springs, which are gone forever
There is no in
tention of instituting a nunciature in
Font crooks in jail at Columbus, Neb.,
dynamited the building to effect their
escape. Two of them were seriously
if not fatally injured and another will
lose his eyesight.
A 8KKIOI S tire raged in the town of
ltridgewater, N. S., and about 30 busi-
ness places were destroyed, including
the post office, music hall, savings'
bank, hotel and telegraph office. A
number of residences were also burned.
Confirmation of the report that tho
German government was secretly back-
ing the Filipiuo insurgents was said
to have been secured in San Francisco.
Germany is anxious to secure the
islands for herself.
Thk anti-i)reyfusites in Paris were
said to be doing everything possible
to discredit the court of cassation, as
it was generally accented in the best
informed circles that the court was
preparing to render judgment in favor
Prof. .1. B. Turner died at his home
In Jacksonville, III., on the 10th aired
93 years. He was a visitor to Chicago
when it was a collection of log huts,
was the father of the Illinois univer-
sity, one of the first professors of Illi-
nois college, a man of great culture
And ability and was intimately asso-
ated with the great men of Illinois
in its early days
Jonathan Ross, of St Johnsbury,
Vt, chief justice of the supreme court
of Vermont, has accepted the appoint-
ment as 1*nited States senator, vice
Morrill, deceased, recently declined by
It. F. Fitield, of Montpelier.
The public exhibition to the mem-
bers of the Montana legislature in
joint session of 30 81,000 bills was the
dramatic climax of an expose of al-
leged bribery over the election of a
Gen. Josei'II R Hawi.ey was nom-
inated by the republican caucus of the
general assembly at Hartford, Conn.,
to succeed himself as 1'nited States
senator after a hard titrhU
create a responsible board of school
land commissioners, and in this
nection he severely criticized what he ( aul
termed the extravagant disposition of National lt«i>k itegiu* Huilnew.
the present board in handling the oklahoma City Times-Journal: The
school funds. The following resoiu- Western na;ional bank has opened its
tions were adopted bv the convention: tjoorg> The officers of the new finan-
"We, the leasees of the school lands ^ial c'oncein are as follows: President,
of Oklahoma territory, demand of the ^ ^ Turner of this city; cashier, U.
legislature that they enact such laws Holt, recently of Spokane Falls,
as will give the lessee prelerence j ashin«rton; assistant cashier, C. M.
right in re-leasing without compe-1 jjOSsWOrth, recently of Guthrie; direc-
tition. lorsi George A. Metcalf of Kansas Citj*,
We demand that breaking, clear- | A y F|.ielc> Eugene Wallace, Dr. J. A
ing, fencing, buildings, wells, ponds. J, vau auj M l Turner.
shade trees, fruit trees, vines or any . -
other kind of .mprovemeuis necessary : New Member* nr«< Banqueted,
to work and get benetil out of land be Following the custom that has pre-
opp-aised at7ull value. I vailed since the first legislature, the
"We demand that 1 f> per cent of the members of the fifth legislature were
'.ease money now derived from the nn Monday night tendered a reception,
leasing of indemnity lauds te returned j banquet and ball by the citizens of
to tiie various school districts in said i Guthrie, was a brilliant and en-
land^ to help maintain public schools, j joyable affair. Prominent men from
it being impossible for them to keep every part of the territory were pres
school longer than three months under j ent.
the present system.'
Report* for ihe Legislators.
Oki.honiH*. Io.Mne l'.ti.nt.. Governor Hai nes has established a
Dr. Thread gill, superintendent of the new departure in furnishing the mem-
Norman sanitarium, iiiis made his bers of the legislature w.tli copies of
quarterly settlement with the auditor the reports of territorial officials as
for the care of the insane.
lory is now maintaining 230 iusaue pa
tieuts at the sanitarium and so marked
has been the increase in insanity that
the sanitarium has been obliged to en-
large iis accommodations by the erect-
ion of neat and comfortable cottages
sufficient to accommodate 100 patients.
Notwithstanding* the enfeebled and
soon as furnished by the printer.
Heretofore the members were not sup-
plied with printed copies until -lie
legislative session was half completed.
P.rjury <* «« Trl.il Three Time..
The trial of J. N. liuker for perjury
at Oklahoma City, resulted in a hung
This is the third time the case
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par-
ties. The high standing of the Cali-
fornia Fio Syrup Co. with the medi-
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken-
ing them, and it docs not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company —
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
■ AN FK AN CISCO, CaL
LoriHVILI.F, Kj. NEW YOltK, N. T.
has been tried and on every trial the
agreed. It is
it will now be dismissed.
helpless condition of the insane pa- hosdi ed. It is very probable
tients the gene al condition of their r.
health is something remarkable, and
the mortality rate is far less than in
similar institutions under state con-
trol. These favorable conditions are
no doubt due to tlie healthy surround-
ings at Norman and largely to the ex-
cellent sanitary measures in force at
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE DEPARTMENT,
Edited by the Woman's Suffrage Asso-
ciation of Oklahoma Territory.
Ouitrry t tiMiiHand®
i ouriei: The
Former Opponents Converted.
The Toronto Globe of July 17, 1S97,
published a ^etter from Mr. P. J.
O'Reagan, a metnoer of the New Zeal-
"CASCARETS do all claimed for tlier*
fcnd are a truly wonderful medicine. I have otien
wished tor a medicine pleasant to take aid nt la«-t
have found it In Casearets Since taking them, iny
blood has been purlfled and my complexu r I as Im-
proved won tertully and 1 feel much better In every
way Mas. Sallik £ slu-aus*. Luitrell.Teun.
Lewis com- ami parliament. In regard to woman
panv has purchased ihe Elmore farm suffrage Mr. O'lleagan wrote:
with its magnificent stone quarries. "Very few of the women here re-
The price paid was S4.U00 spot cash frain from exercising their newly con-
This is one of ihe best quarries iu the ferred rights. Even those formerly
west, and the ^anta Fe has long hail opposed to woman suffrage Ere now
its eve upon it The lailroad has been eager to record their votes. \Ne have
working the quarries for over a year, numerous women's political societies,! pleasant. Palatable, potent. Tn?te Good
and they will be ivorkiDK* Uiem fo: the nearly all Liberal; and we have al-, S curi CONSTIPATIOM'^.^'
next 25 years. This new purchase ready had two annual sittings of the u#rnBf r«iwpaay, m™**. x * v rk. 3i
means much for this town. It means Woman s National council. Person- Tft BAA sold and s
the permnneut employment of at least ally, I am opposed to many tilings RU'lU'DAv
75 men and the payment of wages to they advocate; but, as a supporter of
the amount of 84,000 to 55.000 per womanhood suffrage, I am convinced CATILOGJREE. ALNEER'S
mouth. that it has proved lo be all that its BmA„,s
friends expected here. No political Mf .f v,/. oiuf.
Governar Ifarnes l'ardon* Prisoner. meeting nowadays :s a success without j SlM^*fcvk2H',,rtnvii. • y n_Mnp --a 0M>
The governor 'ast week pardoned the usual quota of the gentler sex in
Marion Mn*sn, a poor farmer of Paw- attendance. Despite what was said by I
nee county, serving a three years term sarcastic oppohents of the "fair fran-1
for stealing three spools of barb wire. > chise," ihere is no record of domestic
He had already served one year. I troubles iu consequence of it."
. „ rtc pktu. for #e.
Rvm ml 1 Ii Cheap
Cy>lnreiti nt it loan** mailed Krre.
Market • iar,imer a k UnilPY
for M-Hutes,,lr Price List mUllfcl
HOtKrOltU, - IU.
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