The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 73, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 31, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Ihe - Democrat.
Mort Xj Bixler, Eel
WORMAN, OK, TER.
HlllllniiBlrf - .<• «r Nn* lark I nnl>le t«
I. rep llln >1 ■ Ir !• roni <>Miiil lln«r-
VoiiK, March 90. — Franklin
Coxe, well known figure on upper
llrondwuv, who comet of h rich auJ
prominent family ami who ha* ac-
qunintcnccs all over the country,
figured in th Jefferson market police
court yesterday on a warrant sworn
out by hi* wiic. charging liim with
failing to support her.
Coxe camc originally from Ruther-
ford, N. <'.. hut his mother liven at At-
lanta, (in., and is mi id to be worth
92,000.000 and lie i.-> her only heir. !I«•
has always hail a large income. At
one time lie was known us the "Bay-
side Millionaire," owning- a mag-
nificent country villa at liayside,
L. I . where he kept blooded
horacti, fine dogs and a yacht, lie
and l.:« l;st wife, a Southern woman,
wei u orced and he was married to
hiu present wife, EdithHoofield, whom
he alleges he first met at Foster A*.
Rial's in Hoboken in 1888. They lived
together in fashionable uP,urt-
ment houses and "cut ^ wide
swath." The wife deY^Jopi-d an un-
controllable P!Vs-*!on for gambling
on races and ^„.r money and jewels
all wejjJ-j",^ horses. She became ac-
^"Uited wit' U'eorgc Forbes, the own-
er of Arab and other horses, and was
heavily, but she said iie was n "hoo
doo" and that she did not wn; *. hi in
to go with her. After that she went
alone or with her .ister, ami Coxo
saw her sitting iu the grand statu:
several times with Forbes and ot hi t-
sporting men. She was aim st a daily
visitor at (iuttenburif, and at times
was accredited luc*y. A ; >ng the
members of a large circle of -porting
people she was ku )Wi; as th* "Little
May 28, 1803, while the couple won
living at the (Jedney house, .Nir* Coxe
left and stayed away several days and
they did not live together after that.
Last. Wednesday Mrs. C'oxe caused a
warrant to be issued for her husband
and he was ordered to pay her a
week. He will probably sue for di-
Kecrutt* for ( cncy'i Army.
St. Joski-u, Mii. March Twenty-
two tramps slept at the police station,
a greater number than have stayed
there any night during the winter.
They left for the East, and said they
expected to be witn Coxey's ariny when
it halted ut the capitol steps in Wash-
ington. Several professional tramps
were among the number, but uio^
them seemed • t be They
aai<l they would very lik; / go Fast at
once, and not wait for the Western tli-
vision of the army.
Tlu< Diiwi'* Commission,
Miskookk, hid. Tori, March Jrt.—
The work of the Dawes commission
rests largely in the Choctaw and
Chickisaw nations from now on and
the commission has determined to
changc its headquarter* from Musko-
gee to South McAlester. They will
i hange their location next Tuesday.
( ongmt«itihii U'llmm WciikiT.
San Antonio, Texas, March
Congressnmn Wilson spent a restless
night and is in a weiik condition, but
Dr. I'ntlerwood reports that no un-
fovornble condition-, have arisen, and
that his patient ; - no worse off than
when he arrived here.
Freight Cur* IItimrd.
Kansas Cirv, Mo., March Vn. Twen-
ty-nine refrigerator and stock ears be-
longing to the Hurlinglou railway
were burned on the store tracks east
of Harlem between ai>d o'clock
NEWS IN BRIEF.
The Iona legislature has passe 1 :
bill making it a misdemeanor to use
imitation butter iu state institutions
The governments of (treat Uritain
Italy and the I'nited States have rec-
ommended clemency toward the rap-
tured lira-iau insurgents.
.lodge Hu'or*' of the Oklahoma, fed-
eral court I decided that W. I>
(iregg is the legal mayor of Fnltl. < >k.
This is expected to cause fresh
Three Arctic exploration parties
will leave St. Johns, N. I , this spring,
will go after Lieutenant IVary.
COXEY'S A I!MY MARCH.
'itara to Society liy Wft-
ABOUT ONE HUNDRED MEN
START FROM MASSILON.
The president has nominated John March The critical condition of Senator
I (J. Newbill to be register of the land ('"''luitt of'fteorjls waa the ln« pi rat Ion of tho
* nravnr of the Koti.ti. ehapUlu Mr MiUburn. 1
The other two
Mlgage 111 seien-
111 uff. Mo. destroyed
neluding Xeal's hotel
rocery house. Loss,
Kire in Poplai
The number killed by the rec-*nt
explosion of dynamite which was be-
ing removed from the suuken steamer
Cabo Machiaeo. at Santauder, Spain,
is placed at thirty.
J. W. Walker, wholesale grocer of
t Joseph. Mo., is a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for eongres,
to succeed Mr. Rurnes, who proposes
James C. Camplell of Youngstown,
Ohio, convicted a few weeks ago of
killing his wife and awaiting life
sentence in the penitentiary, commit-
Sidney Sapp, a lawyer un I Populist
politician of Perry, Ok., was arrested
on a recent requisition from the trov-
er nor of Nebraska, charged w th
the embezzlement of a large sum of
money at North Platte.
The bill « f Congressn
Kansas to modernize th
been reported to the ho
vides new regulations a
n Curtis of
n\ It pro-
Postmaster (Jeneral llissell has ap-
pointed F. I>. Norton of Missouri di-
vision superintendent <>f the railway
mail service at St. LouK Mo., vice
J. F. Lindsay, resigned.
Chairman Cummings of the house
naval affairs committee believes that
huge guns for naval purposes are not
good investments. lie thinks none
should be made to exceed ten inches
Hawaiian Minister Thurston claims
to have receive.I no notice .if the in-
tention of his government to r.-eill
him to assist in forming a permanent
republican form of government for
the isl -nds.
The internal revenue commissioner
has received reports from the i Elec-
tors in regard t.. Chinese registration.
In California 27, V.m have . omnia <1 with
the law, in Kaunas it and in Missouri
I ritsd States district Judge Thayer
decided at '•( Louis that imported co
came should pa.\ a dutv of twentv-fivfl
per cent ad valorem. 1 he New Vn. .
customs appra sers held that it sh..t. ..
nav flftv cents oer Dound
The governments of (Jreat Britain,
Italy ami the I'nited Stat have r •.•
ointnended clemency toward the eap-
tured Brazilian insurgents
Three Arctic explosion partie-
will leave St Johns N 1 thisspriug.
One will fo ijftei ' "
The p'hrr two w
Chairman Cum 'tigs of the bona
naval affairs comm.itee believes that
huge guns for naval purpi
goo' Investments He
Boston, March 25.—At a meeting of
the Woman's Rescue league resolu-
lions were adopted condemning C'on-
Tliejr Are III <lad mid l'uorljr Fed, hut gresstnan Hreckinridge. and in tho
Xake night Mile* the Urat Ohv in a somewhat lengthy preamble the mem-
bers take occasion to emphatically de-
nounce the congressman and brand
. _ _ him as a menace to society and public
t an.o\, Ohio, March'JO. In the face 'J'lie resolutions were to the effect
of n sharp, cold wind that brought that ••The Woman's rescue league of
shivers to the frames of well-clad pen- , Itostou requests the chivalrous people
pie, Coxev's army marched eight f of Kentucky to retire W. C P. Brock-
miles yesterday on the road to Wash- , inridge. M. C.. to a private life of ob-
ington. There were a few less than a | scuritv and oblivion.
luiodriMl oi* tlicm. Not t„ t^crml a , '-rilHt >v, U, M < flin. I'ol-
, lard our sympathy while her whole
,1,IHI.I i'v. iv.ijls or |flo,.K. . |ife |, I|k,i„,„u an,||iil,l I,:,™
ri"..v bad si,.p. Nulunlii.v night on , f„r p„|,||c. critM.ni; that
|)"lli.|« of Htran in III airy an.I |H.||CVe Ma.l^Uji 'TTillanl inon-
cheerless circus tent, ami they were sinneiittj^^ItT ilian sinning.
greeted yesterday morning by the | Jt^as Vote«l to send copies of the
disagreeable discovery that no resolutions to the congressman, Miss
tailed arrangements had Pollard and to all the newspapers of
for feeding them. Several hundred i Kentucky.
persons watched t^jf.tf,.parture form
out .'1,000 persons as-
sembled tlie temporary camp at
Keedjj^ban and ii host greeted the
ri uaadera at Canton. A heavy snow
storm s-t in before the details of the
camp had been completed and the
trampersare huddled around a roar*
RIDDLED WITH BULLETS.
< HptiulUi Hill McClure perforate* IIhiiIc
< ii it ii i ii k liu hi , mii Oklahoma ( Intracter.
(fkt.AiioMA ( itv. "k.. March — Hill
McClure, a widely known capitalist
and stockman, yesterday morning
...... shot and instantly killed Hank Cun-
ingciunp lire. About two-thirds of the , , i , ,
H i,i i .i . ,■ i ningham, a well known character
men enlisted made the trip. Coxcy has . , .... .....
buried his disappointment over the of lhis county. lho difficulty
non-appearance of the myriad he ex- : grew out of some testi-
peeted and is exultant over the hand- i mony regarding claim contests and
ful who reported for business. j has been hrcwiug for years.
Karly iu the night Cunuinghuin threut-
CAl'Tt'HK lt.\II.WA\ Tit AINM.
S<iathern I'm Hit- I rnln* Tied t'p by the
San Antonio, Texas, March Jti.—The
ened to kill McClure and went to h
home ami got his Winchester. Mc-
j Clure was armed with a revolver.
They met in the Turf saloon about ti
o'clock. Met lure's first shot broke
Southern Pacific officials here received , Cunningham's shoulder and before lie
word last nigh4 that Ihe I'nited States ( could tire a shot McClure emptied his
industrial army of 700 men were put
six-shooter, putting two bullets
through Cunningham's breast. The
affair has been long expected, but
still excites very strong comment.
RIOTS IN HUNGARY.
Student* Compel Admiration fur tho
Memory of l.ouls Koiwtith.
Hui>a Pkhtii, March 24.—The stu-
dents of Hungary who have long been
off the trains at a siding near Finlay's
Station on the HI Pas i division aud
that trains were run through without
stopping. The so-called army broke
the lock on a switch and threw it
open, causing the next cast-bound
train to take the siding.
The men climbed upon the cars and
Conductor Martin pulled them to Fin-
lay, where he tied up the train pend- i , . - , ...
Inn Hi.-arrival of or.W from llom-ral ; ailmiri'™ °f Louis Kossuth determined
Superintendent Vnn VIM(. The or- hrentarday thut the people of thin
dei s came for him to keep the train | city should show outwardly at
tied up, as tho company had decided least tho proper respect to the
not to carry the men. Several other memory of the dead patriot. In
trains have arrived ut Kinky lnoe accordance with thut determina-
und all are tied up. us the uriuyshows Ulm h„n,|reils 0, them ut ni(.|ltfall
i) disposition to let nnv of the trams , , • , , . , , ,, , , ,
- ' "> !
houses where no mourning was dis-
played, and also raided the theaters
and concert halls ami drove the actors
from the stage and forced the au-
diences to leave. The police rallied
in force, und in the conflict which fol-
lowed twenty-two men were wounded.
MARTIAL LAW IN BRAZIL.
rreHidenl I'elxnto rrep ri g lo I'unUh
Thou- Who Aided in the Hehelliun.
Rio Jankino, March 31.—The de-
crees of 18.18 and 1851, revived by
Pei.xoto, authorize the putting to
death without formal trial of all per-
sons who have taken up arms against
the government, as well as those who
have aided or abetted, directly or in-
directly, the cause of an insurrection.
The persons coming within the acopc
of the provisions in question are not
necessarily Hrazilians. All foreigners
who have in any way co-operated with
insurgents are liable equally.
A STAY FOR PRh" N DERC AST.
depart without them, r inlay is in an
isolated section and the army will
starve out if thee reiuiiu there a few
KILLED IN A BANK.
Analstiiat ^tmliirr Shot I)«ud hr mi Outlaw
la Sun Fruaclaro.
San Thani isio, March 31. -A man
entered the branch office of the Sun
l-'ranolsco Savings union on Market
streetyertduery and presented to As-
sistant Cashier A. A. Herrick a note
written in red ink btatiug that the
bearer should be given money or he
would blow up the place with dyna-
mite. On the bottom was drawn a
skull and cross bone*,
Herrick ordered themnnaway when
he drew a rovolver. The first shot
went wide of its mark and Herrick
secured his revolver and tired at the
man but missed. Then the fellow
shot a second time aud the bullet en-
tered Herrick'.s head causing instant
office at Springfield, Mo.
An operation will be performed ,hK pr««ldeat pro tom occupied the chair, sad
ii non Mr iiliulnton.. s oves in nhmii 'heienate promptly nettled down to routine
upon nr. uiaoaione s eyes in snout lin,, numlM.r of bll|g were i ikon
three months. ^ : rrom tho calcnd-ir and parsed
It is feared the cold snap has Wiled March ti Theboma spent the entire day
the neaehfK nnd nliinis in the viMnite ttl1 )usleru' ovnr the O Neill Joy contested
int pt a. m s ami piunis in ine \u inn \ ,.lectlon caM0 rrom St Ix>ais district The re
of Arkansas City, Kan. Irees weio in port of the committee In in favor of
full bloom. | uii-eatln* Mr Joy. Hepulilican, and
The stonecutters of the city of Mil- tnt• nh.iii not t - accompiiHhed unless tho
Muukeo are on a strike for the en- Democrat* nrodure their own quorum For
fo,-cement of the ei„ht hour rule ,m.l
L';1'.T p®5' ,'i,ev Vow reoeiv8 i sbs-4« «ii Ts-u
?3.3. . 1 hey demand $4 a day. , short of a nocfuiii.
(Jreat Britain is showing a disposLi^1?^'®'of a 8lt« for a new
, , , ... internment printuu oltice consumed nearly
t ion not to comply with nwj>|fiiingg the whole inomlnr la^ir ami much
of the Behrlng syi ^f+HTration com- ,hn surprise of everybody, an
mission amendment provipln< for tho pur-
I chase of w ut Is known as tho "Mahone g"""
—large iron rolling mills at Bur-
lington. Iowa, are to be moved to Ta-
The postoftice safe at Muscotah,
Kan., was blown open antl $-00 worth
of stamps und 8'<( in money was taken.
There is no clue to tho robbers.
Two children of J. 11. Marnfail,
formerly of Iowa, were crushed to
death by the collapse of their dugout
home, twelve miles southeast of Knid,
(Jeneral Lew Wallace denies that he
The South Chicago plant of the Illi-
nois steel company resumed operation
Monday, giving employment to .1,000
men. The works have been Idle for
The government has purchased five
and a half acres of ground adjoining
the British museum for the purpose
of extending that institution. The
price paid for the ground swts £300,000.
Business men of Wichita. Kan., have
incorporated u company to build an
auditorium of large size. The capital
An additional shortage of $3,000 has
been found in the uccounts of Cashier
Crawford of the defunct American
National hank of Springfield, Mo. He
has been put under more bonds.
Attorney (Jeneral Little of Kansas
has decided that sheriffs are entitled
to only twenty-live cents for each
subpo na or similar legal paper served.
Isaac T. (Joodnow, state superin-
tendent of public Instruction of Kan-
sas from Irt i-.' to 1800, died at Manhat-
A west-bound freight train
a leaned from the Four < ornera or
the World und Condensed in Short
Haruif rMpba for the < on venienee of
chase of w at Is known u
was passed Notice for a motion
alder tho vote was Riven, however, and ut
some future time the subject will be re opeued
A resolution offered by Senator Hoar, ox-
prestiiivf repret ut the death of Kossuth, was
March 23.- To day the house was in session
notwithstanding It wan (iood Friday. Tho
Democrats wero attain without a quorum und
the attempt to consider the O'Neill-Joy con-
tested election case was abandoned until next
week. Tho unanimous report of the
elections committee in the Whatley-Cobb
case, conflrmina the title of the sittin/ mem-
ber to his sent, was adonied. und the military
academy appropriation bill was passed prac-
tically without debate The military academy
hill carries U fl, 3H, a reduction of *32 000, com
pared with the ainouiit appropriated for the
current flsoal year
HERR MOST SOUR ON AMERICA.
The Apostle of Anarchy Advises Ills Fol-
lower* to Deaert This Country.
Nkw Vouk, March :.'G.—Ilerr Most,
the high priest of anarchy, in a four
column editorial iu this week's issue
of Freiheit, udvises his followers to
"turn your backs on this accursed
country to continue your labors in
Europe, even if you have to travel
over the oeean in cattle ships or in
coal bunkers." He adds with distress-
ing sadness he would have returned to
Europe long ago if he only knew
where to go and not be put back be-
hind prison bars.
Deluged With I.etters of Advice on the
Washington, March 26.--The lettera
and telegrams which for the past
week have been pouring in upon tho
president in regard to his action on
the seigniorage bill continue to fill
was wrecked near I the White houso mail bag—if anything-
Santo. Brakeman .lames Magill was ( increasing in numbers. As had
killed. Engineer W. S. Criss was i been the case from the first, these
fatally and Fireman Youngblood i communications are very largely ap-
seriously injured. peals to the president to exercise the
11. M.Vauc, the wealthy banker of I ">«* P"""' 11' stated iu fact that
l'\.iI Worth. T *\as. Ims heel, iudlete 1 , ll,er0 r>- V,'" ,',"iu',sts. '"r
for ti ..f Miwrl \l. Smith. ' "Z nsk",>''l,U! Pr 1«nt l" ll'°
cashier of his bank. March IS
icr. Kan.. ho
the will of
Spencer of Smith Cen-
begun suit to set aside
s. Shaffer of Topeka,
ho committed suicide
left all but S'.mi of his
Fred llornc.iian, and to the police said
he arrived last week from Denv
Dniier Trouble Not Vet Settled
Mo*t I like lit ItSKulur Turn.
crowd of attor
citi/ens was gathered logo tin
supreme court when the judge
filed in and took their places for the
purpose of rendering their decision in
the police hoard controversy, pre
sented to the court by the governor.
The unanimous opinion of the court
is that the question must bedct?rmin
ed by the district court, th • suprciu.'
court having no present jurisdiction
This is against tho governor for it
does not answer hta question and
leaves the matter where't stood when
he called out the mil'tia over a week
CRAZY OVER PREN DERG AST.
A Chicago Ulrl Heiouiea loaaue From
Hroodtiig tin Ihe < nitc.
Chicago,March Kliznbeth Davis,
aged IS, created considerable excite-
ment la-.t night in the Wotnan s Temple
building by deinumling to see the
murderer of Mayor Harrison. She
was laboring under un insane delusion
that J'ren lergasi was confined some-
where in the building and she wanted
to talk with him about his « a sc.
Thegirl'a wild actions frightened
the occupants of many of the odices,
she announcing that she was in sym-
pathy with 1'rondergasi She was
finally locked up by the police und
will he examined for insani v.
Fell Fifteen Hundred Feet.
Cannes, March 'JO.—An immense
crowd gathered here yesterday
to witness a balloon ascension
by the Aeronaut Wilton, who
is well known iu America. No
car was uttachcd to the balloon, and
Wilton ascended hanging to a rope.
When 1,500 feet high, the balloon
was caught in a current of air that
carried it rapidly seaward. For some
uucxplainahle reason the aeronaut let
go his hold of the rope, from which he
was dangling, nnd his body shot down-
ward into the sea with frightful veloc-
ity. A number of pleasure boats hur-
riedly made their way to the place
where Wilton had fallen, and. after a
The I'aeifle express company has re- I "J1."1"' his, h"dy w« recovered,
em,-ml H.OCXI worth of diamonds. | llls <u'tttll maat hl,ve been almost in-
stolen in tin* Duvnl train robbery, ■ stant!i
near Austin, Texas, some time ago.
estate of 3-'.">,000 to his widow.
At the oratorical contest of Missouri
Valley college at Marshall A. H.James
received first prize and J. C. Worley
second, .lames will represent the col-
lege at the state oratorical contest at
Scdalia March .'50.
Dr. Belle Buchanan, who appeared
- a witness for the plaintiff in the
I'idInrd-Breckiuridge case, says Wash-
ington society people are aiding Miss
Bollard financially and that her attor-
neys are acting without compensation.
u'ioii routponcil for Tim Weeks
limime since Ihe Trial.
Cuicaoo, March 21.— After a hear-
ing which lasted nearly eight hours
irii. i Judge Chetlain last night decided thut
Marcti yd.- A large ',a<^ P« wer to prolong the date
e\ s and prominent 1 the execution of Brendergast. and
he therefore delivered an oral opiuion
extending the time two weeks, and
ordered a trial to begin Saturday to j ()
determine the sanity of the murderer
tress of Tom Deaton, one of the rob-
bers, who is now in the penitentiary.
Kepresentative l)e Armond has in-
lrodt.ee 1 a resolution in the house,
amending the constitution so as to
empower the president to veto any
p more items of an appropriation
A negro woman is reported to have
been mercilessly whipped by white-
lliifre < nllfornin l.ainl l>eul.
San Fiiancibco. March 20.—'The pur-
chase of the lands of the Crocker estate
and the Crocker-Huffman land and
water company in Mercedes county,
was closed yesterday. The extent of
the tract 42,000 acres-and the
amount involved is 35.000.000. M. F.
Hutch of Chicago aud B. M. Davis, a
I anker of Detroit, are included in tho
syndicate of purchasers.
since the trial.
HIGH LICENSE FOR IOWA.
The Mute Semite I'atHfiH the limine Hill
to I ii.l the rruhlhitlon l.mr.
Drs Moinks, la., March 2.1. The
senate to-day passed the house liquor
bill which has s Ion,' been under con-
sideration. thus destroying the Iowa
| policy of state u ide prohibition.
The law provides for the taxation
' >if saloon property aud many condi-
tions arc required before the sale of
I liquor tuay b-.- commenced.
M'KANE'S HUGE SHORTAGE.
.si-\<n Hundred ThoiiftniiJ Hollaed of
(•raveiend Money I'liaecouuted for.
Nkw Yoiik. March 24.—(Iravesend's
I board of audit, uiude up of ('. ('. Over-
ton. J). v Van Siuklen und James
Voorhis. met yesterday and gave the
statement out officially that John V.
Mi-Kane's account with the town was
so muddled that he apparently owed
Cravesend nearly 970.1.000.
of tin* Missouri Stat
tire otticially that tln-r
•r disaffection towar
Sidney Sapp, a lawyer and Populist \
politician of Perry. Ok., was arrested '
mi a recent requisition from the gov- 1
.•rnor of Nebraska, cfiarycd w.tli i ... ... , •, «
Ihe e-mbe/ilcim-nt of a lar^r sun, of | ««' tho 1'ar.a exhibition of
money at North Platte.
V Noted llrltUli Fxhlhltor Head.
London, March 20.—Sir Philip Cun-
liffs-Owen is dead. He was b irn June
8, 1828. He was connected with the
Paris exhibition of 1885, the exhibition
in London in 1802, the 1'aris exhibi-
tion in 1807, the Vienna exhibition of
of 1872. the American Centennial
Five years in the penitentiary at
hard labor was the sentence imposed
ill the I'nited States court in the case
•f Leroy Harris, the Buffalo. N. V..
money order forger.
Ml the bondsmen for the eighteen
In ut the Klevuntb Hour.
Washington. March 20.—Represent-
ative Morse (Rep., Mass.) bus intro-
duced in the house a bill to punish se-
duction iu the District of Columbia.
He says the Pol lard-Breck inridge
pectors of (trave- breach of promise suit has developed
notified the men thai new the fact that there is no law in the
I District on the subject. The bill i
copy of the Massachusetts law.
uud ( rlip
Amkhicis, (ia., March 20. — The
Times-Recorder put this ticket at its
For president in 1800, Adlni Steven-
son ol Illinois. For vice president,
Charles F. Crisp of Georgia.
Platform Put non • but straight
Democrats on guar,!; no goldhuggcr).
no mujrwumpery. no hutnbuggcry.
Americus is the home of Speaker
SAVED BY THE BRITISH.
A merit-Mil* Mt Hluelleld* H rre In <irt'Mt
linger of lieln; HUmi rrd,
I'kovim niiuv.N, Mass., March 24 A
letter received here from Cap-
tain E. T. Ryder, formerly
of this place, contains this
interesting fact ou the situa' 'on at
DluetlcHs. where be now resid: .. He
reviews affairs at Bluetiehls previous
to the arrival of the British warship
Cleopatra, nnd says that if it had not
been for her emu ng all Americans
and foreign residents of that place
would have been killed
Washington, March BP..
Morton has created a new division in ;
the weather bun au to be known as
the division of agricultural soils. Pro-
fessor Milton Whitney has been ap-
pointed chief of the new division.
The purposes of the new division is to
putsue investigations of an unalogous
character carrying the climate ob-
servations of the weather bureau into
the soil, where the moisture effects
its work and makes its iutlucnce felt
upon the plant life.
MIii«*h Forced to < ioae Down.
CitH'l'LK CltiiK, Col., March 22.—The
ltaven and Strong mines, which start-
ed up Monday on the nine hour scale,
have been forced to close down again.
The men were intimidated, the strik-
ers threatening to blow up the prop-
erties if theSniuers did not quit work.
The Victor which was to have started
up yesterday morning, failed to get
men to go to work.
bondsmen must be ft
tend to withdraw their name
The theft of a lot of coal oil and
gunpowder from the government! Hoih «;ot h« Drop the Same Time.
• tores at Angel Island, Cnl..hascauscd J Ai.nuyt'EiKji k, N M., March 20.—At
a uuuiber of civic nnd military arrests. I (.olden, a mining camp north of this
The Rockefellers deny that there is j city. Jim Cheeves, insanely jealous of
■my deal on for the consolidation of i his divorced wife, quarreled with A1
their interest with the \ anderbilts. , perry over the woman. Pistols were
li\ < ongresaman Waahini ton Town- drawn and both fired simultaneously,
send of Pennsylvania, died at West- < heeves was shot deud and Perry can-
clicstcr, aged He was elected lo not live.
congress over Wayne McVeigh in 1 Ktvs
Texas cmitie M«
San Antonio, Te
movement of Texa
diun territory bus
vl.i . Northwnrd.
. cat tLe t• • the ln-
hegun here. Sev-
id head will be moved
ou the San Antonio A
i railroad to to the terrl-
Ollie Tales, aged 11 years, was ac-
cidentally shot dead at Clay Center.
Kan., by his brother Hugh.
Burglars blew open the safe of the
postoftice at Alma. Kan., and secured
1H<M) in stamps and Siin cash.
The marriage of Ferdinand Ward to
tho wealthy Miss Belle Stover of
Staten Island, occurred in Greensboro,
.lames ( . Campbell of Youngstown.
Ohio, convicted a few weeks ago of
killing his wife and awaiting life
feculence in the penitentiary, commit-
A I Ilie Stock Farm Sold.
Sr. Joski'II, Mo., March 20.—The
famous King Hill stock farm has been
sold to Frank & Co. of Chicago. The
| transfer includes about ."iOO acres and
a d all the live stock. Among the
fast horses are: Willard Russell,
pac"i\ '.':17: Neva Seely,trotter, 2:20^
I'rimius. 2:29, and A ra-
The governments of (ireat Britain,
Italy and the I'nited States have rec-
ommended clemency toward the cap-
tured Brazilian insurgents.
Three Arctic exploration parties
will leave St. Johnv N F., this spring.
One will go after Lieutenant Peary.
The other two will engage in scien-
i utenant I
fifty Inoliei with M llwe I'lj .
I'ld'ERA, Kan March 2-1 .1. B.
Vaughn, a peddler, was convicted bv
a "kangaroo court' iu the city iail
yratenlay ar.d given fifty lashi"- ou
the bare back vith a hose pi| e. The
prisoner was badly Injured und threat-
ens to sue thi- c t \ for dumages. It is
snid thai Kd Wes druff, the jailer, was
aware of the "court" proceediugs.
The police commissioners have ordered
>r.v pastures within the next t\\
eeks. The severe drouth in Sou ti
est T'*xas has caused the ramre to h
lusually short of grass this spring.
I iie ( hcrokee Hond Uuddle.
Washington, March 24.—Attorney-1
( enera! Olney has submitted to the
secretary of the interior un opinion on
the validity of the Cherokee bond p,
contract. He sustains the letter's de- i to
cision that the Cherokee nation has a j to
right to assign the W,040.000 bonds t
K. T. Wilson A Co. i f New York eit>
The contract accordingly will be a
once recognized by the department.
huge guns for nava
should be made to
The internal revt
has received reports from the collec-
tors in regard to Chinese registration.
In California 27,503 have compiled with
he law, in Kansas ;i7 und in Missouri
committee believes that
r naval purposes are not
lie thinks none
\eeed ten inches
J. W. Walker, wholesale grocer of
. Joseph, Mo., is a candidate for tho
•inocratic nomination for congress
succeed Mr. Burnes. who proposes
a Wnftliliigton I'mrhc* to Heal.
Hintington, W. Va.. March 20.—
Wallace Washington, a descendent of
a relative of (George Washington, who
had b«ep chief clerk to the chief of
.are not I polics of Richmond. Va died iu this
thinks none lust nI*ht from paralysis, lie
should be made to exceed ten inches luul h<M'n bere on a visit to a son
To Heatnre sug4r Mougi).
The internal revenue commissioner Wahhikoton March 20. — Senator
received reports from the col lee- i Hanshrougn of North Dakota is pre-
t«">r in regard to Chinese regiitra'ion. j
lo Californis 27.mm have complied with
th# law. in Kausas 17 and iu Missouri |
I The treasury has ordered the pay
| incut of 9.I.VMNKI In gold on uceouut «>f
| work on the government cruisers now j
building mi Sim Franoiseo.
D.rnainlte t nder m ,lu<*tlce'fi llouea- While a boat loud of persons were
Hr.MiNOTOS. W. Va . March 20.— j crossiug Patzcuarro lake. Mexico, to
About 10 o'clock last night dynamit " the Pueblo of rzinzuntczun, it sank
Mploded under the hou | n.Ulx yoonir women „vrc drimned.
Squire Vancis on the western fork of | B. M. Aiken of R ekfor i 111., lias
Hart's creek and one of his children accepted the p osition of associate state
was badly hurt He hail recently be- I secretarv of the Kansas >oung Men s
con# obnoxious to a certain olaast and I brletian aaaooiatloni with head
it was intended t kill him and his quarters at Topeka.
wife. _________________ ' The Iowa legislature has passed a
hill making it a misdemeanor to use
imitation butter in state institution*-,
Fire iu I'oplar Bluff. Mo destroyed
i eight buildings, including Neal" , hotel
and Uaudnll grocery hou-'- Loss,
' S.'.o.ooo; iusuruuee, *-'• 'Mm
l uurU'iiii llorsen Hurned.
Mimmi.n, Mo.. March 24.—A livery
barn owned by Sharp A Bell of Mar*
ecline, Mo. was burned lust night
' ii hou t midnight, making thu third
livery barn to burn since the town
1 started. Fourteen head of horses were
hurned to death und thiee others
w ere badly injured. The cause of tho
! tire is not known.
Kepudiiite the Strike Idea.
Omaha. Neb., March 20.—The chuir-
J men of the labor organizations of the
I nion Pacific met this morning und
repudiated the meeting of Wednesday
night ut which Debs' strike talk was
received with approval. The chair-
men say now that Debs cannot get.
them into a strike.
mars IIa Id., Mo.. March 24.— Robert
Hinton, living ubout three miles south
• •I' Miami, was burned to death iu his
own barn last evening, lie was ad-
dicted to drinking, und it is supposed
set the barn on tire while intoxicated,
j whether by accident or intentionally
i is not known.
i Protecting AkiiIikI the New Treaty.
; San Fkancihco. March 20.—The
! Democratic central committee has
I adopted resolutions protesting against
i the adoption of the naw treaty with
China, requesting the congressional
J delegational from this state to pro*
. vent its ratification.
Tomiih to ConnolldMte.
Bnih. Ok.. March 20. It is given out
upon good authority that Hound Pond,
the government townsite in I< countv
has given up the tight and will remove
Monday to Pond Creek, the railroad
town, a compromise being effected
that would consolidate all the rival
towns iu L aud O counties.
Like tim« ami space the sooner
question has no limit.
Tho first atrawberries have been
marketed in Guthrie.
Students of the Dickinson county
h gli school at Chapman have organ-
i athletic association.
Colonel Nells l eml.
ToFKKA. Kan. March —Colonci
William A lion sells of Sells Bros '
circus fume, died at ht> hotel, the
Cltfsterlicld, iu this city, lust night
The number killed by
xplosiou of dynamite wh
ig removed from the suuken
M.ichia.o at SnMumlv
* placed at thirty
Marshall's Military Bund of Topeka
wants to give a concert in Lawrence !
for the benefit of the foot ball coach,
Purcell Register: Dessicu'ed parti- |
cles of terra Anna have made the at-
mosphere of mush-like consistency
There is a legend at Hennessey that j
in un early day a cyclone pulled up a
cistern and dropped it in a creek j
six miles away.
About half the papers in Oklahoma
spend a great deal of time fighting |
Governor Renfrow. Why doesn't he :
Watonga has raised $200 for a rail
road survey. Better save its money a
little while. Capital isn't building
railroads just now.
L)r. John H. Raucli, ex-secretary of
the Illinoh state board of health, was
found deait in b d at the home of his
brother in Lelaui ii, Pa,
Harry McGlenen, agent of the Bos-
t n theatre, aud one of the best
known theatrical men in New Eng-
land, died Saturday morning
N'o dates will be set for making
final proofs at the Guthrie land olllce
until a register is appointed to fill the
placcof Judgt' Lindsay, deceased.
Fire at I'oplar Bluff. Mr., Saturday
evening destroyed eight bui.dings, in-
cluding .Seal's hotel und Rundall's gro-
cery. Loss, $50,000; insurance $20,000
James C. Campbell, convicted a few
weeks ago of killing his wife and now
awaiting a life sentence in the
penitentiary, committed suicide in
the Youngstown, 0., jail early Satnr*
Charles E. Williams, son of a New
York bunker, who spends the winter
aionths in Houston, Tex , and ou a
rice farm in Liberty county, was acci- ,
d uitly shot and killed while hunt:ng |
near Felicia, Tex.
President Vetzer and Cashier Pick-
erson, of the defunct Cass county, Mo. I
hank, were arrested at Atlantic, la.. !
and placed uuler $10,000 additional
bonds. Dickerson it> in jail. Vetzer
too sick to leave his bed.
Two children of Henry Muerich, a
resident of Orlund, 111., have dud
■om poison, supposed to have been in !
inued tomatoes, and other members :
the family are violently ill. TI e
kroner has begun an invest'gation.
Justice Southerland, of Brooklyn,
convicted of complicity in the McKane
mutter, and who disappeared last j
week, forfeiting his bail, is known to
be in Montreal, Canada. Detectives
are aware of his whereabouts, but as
yet have no orders to arrest him.
The house committee on Indian af-
fairs reported favorably Tuesday, the
bill instructing the secretary of thein-
" >r to pay the Iowa Indians $25,000
iu cash instead of purchasing agricult-
ural implements. Thif is a favorable j
report on a bill introduced by Dele-
Fire in Philadelphia, Pa.,' caused a
loss of $300,000 Tuesday morniug. The j
lire originated in tho dry knit room of
the mill of Brown Bros, it A her to, j
which is located in Kensington mill
district, and burned the above mill |
and those of Frederick Uuinp A Bros. ;
and J. 11. A. Kiaudcr «&- Co.'s stock-
■> The contested election case of Eng- '
lish vs. Hilborn, Third California dis- ■
trict, was finally disposed of by the j
committee on elections Thursday, by
the adoptiou of the report presented :
Chairman Brown, favoring the
•eating of the contestant. English.
The vote was strictly a party one.
The museum matter is being agitat-
ed in Guthrie again.
\t Des Moines, la. the senate passed
tie house liquor bill Thursday, which i
so long been under consideration. I
thus destroying the Iowa policy of
state prohibition. The law provides
for the taxation of saloon property I
and many conditions are required be- j
fore the sale of liquor can be com-
Smallp x ii .is broken out among
•evenly-seven Chinamen cropped out 1
in the Canadian Pacific bonded ware-
house at Vancouver, B. C.. in bond
for Portland, Seattle. San Francisco, I
New York and other American cities. |
Six It.a Is of Mongolians went cast on '
the arrival of the steamer. It is '
thought the authorities will be able
•o prevent further spreading of the !
Fire destroyed the livery stable of |
Walker brothers at Minneapolis Ifr -
day morning. Ten head of horses
were burned. A strong wind whs
blowing from the west, .and a breed-
ngbarn adjoining, owned by Henry
Morgan, and occupied by Jonas Davis
with his valuable jacks and six stall-
ons, caught from the livery barn and
burned with all its contents. The
.otal loss is about six thousand dol-
lars with little or no insurance. No
due to the origin of the lire has heeu
There are four papers headed "Oftie-
al paper of K couuty."
A special from Hcrinosillo, Mex.,
ays; Mail advices just received here
from Topolobampo, via (iuyatnas, state
hat the dissensions that have pre-
vailed iu that American co-operative
•olony during the past several months
lias resulted iu a large number of the
.•olonists withdrawing from the settle-
ment and locating a new colony in the
rich valley of the Vaqui river, in the
state of Souoro. It is reported here
un other authority t hat about SL',000
of the funds of the Topolobampo colo-
ny have mysteriously disappeared.
No arrests have yet been made.
A surveyor has a new map of Leav-
enworth county completed, the first
one made in twenty-five ycurs.
Manager A. M. Palmer has ap-
plied at the surrogate's office in New
York fi r the appointment of un ad-
ministrator of the estate of Miss May
Brooklyn, the actress who committed
suicide at San Francisco, C'al., ou Feb.
IS, 1894 Mr. Palmer states that the
deceased had no real estate, but
left personal property valued at $300
in the form of a deposit in a bank. The
only known relative of the dead
woman is a niece. May Crocker, who
resides in London, Eng.
The general secretaries of the
Young Men s Christian associations of
Kansas, together with their assistants
met in annual conference at Leaven-
worth Thursday, and will continue in
session over Sunday.
The Washington Times, a morniug
('ally paper, appeared Monday morn-
ing tor the first lime nnd made a very
favorable impression. Marshall Cush-
ing is editor in chief, aud H G. Brown
is manager. The paper is strongly
bucked by the labor organization*,
and is unique in the fact that fully
4,000 pet> -n« are interested 'is stock-
holders in its success. The Times has
'be A** iclated Press uews service
I The Rock Island is to build a pressed
brick depo*. at El Reno.
• Among those wh sailed on the
< Campania from S w York Sunday,
ware Mac. Pstti and Signer Nlcoliai.
I General Crispi has been officially de-
clared ele -ted president of Venezuela,
I und a salute lias been fired in his
^ Four thousand de'e/ates ha*« ar-
rived at Rome iu order to take part in
the inter asthma'' congress which
opeliS 011 Thursday next.
(Juccn v ♦or a w 'Messed from the
balcony of the Cathedral at Florence,
the uuun.ti ccietnou.v of Scoppio del
Carro. The archbishop of Canterbury
1 In the long distance bicycle race at
Paris st the conclusion of the day's
work, Lintou was second with 1.4N5
kilometers to his credit. The other
riders were distanced.
By the explosion of a boiler in the
tile factory of Gilberts, south of Rock-
'ord. 111., Saturday, one man was
killeu and a fire was started which
threatened to wipe out the town.
Judge Ezra Evans, a prominent law-
yer well known throughout Ohio, was
struck by a Baltimore A Ohio engine
at Zanesville. ()., Saturday, while
crossing the track and fatally injured.
A dispatch from Lloyd's from San-
tandcr, Spain, lixes the number killed
by the recent explosion of dynamite,
which was being removed from the
suuken steamer Cube Macliichaco, at
The great snow storm which has
been raging in Dakota ceased Friday.
The lo!-s on cattle between Edgciuout
ami Sheridan will exceed 80 pet cent.
The storui was terrific in all direc-
The sanitary congress ut Paris
c osed Saturday. The clauses con-
cerning the pilgrimage to Mecca wi re
accepted by ail the powers with the
exception of Turkey, which maintains
an attitude of reserve.
Fred C. Picking, who, it, is claimed,
embezzled 8l.*i,000 from Browning,
King it Co., while cashier in their
New York store, and who has eluded
the detectives since lust fall, was cap-
tured Tuesday in East S- Louis He
hud lost nil the money. I.e said, losing
the most of it on the race's.
Superintendent Snider of the Kan-
sas state insurance department, wus
officially advised Thursday that the
Boylston Insurance company has re-
insured its outstanding 1 . and vol-
untarily retired from business in Kun-
sis. The German-American Insurance
company has assumed all liability un-
der the Boylston policies from the' Hith
The postoftice at Butler. Mo., was
robbed Monday night of &I'>0 in money
und stamps. The wor-t was done by
an expert who blew open the s;i|V. \
hole was drilled through the sufc and
some powerful explosive used, the
door weighing 400 pounds being
thrown six feet away. Among the
stamps taken were :i(),000 I-cent
The Foster Lumber (ompany's
yards at Kildare. O. T.. were destroy-
ed by li e Thursday afternoon, to-
gether with the stable and three
horses. The Haines are believed to
have been of incendiary origin, nnd S.
F. Clary, who was seen emerging from
the stubles about the time the flames
started, has been arrested. At one
time the whole b ock was threatened
with destruction. Loss, 20,000; insur-
A special from Ft. Worth, Tex., says
the grand jury returned an indictment
against R. M. Page, the millionaire
banker, for the murder of Albert M.
Smith, on March l.'l. Page is still in
jail. His attorneys will seek his re-
lease on bail by habeas corpus pro-
ceedings as soon as State Senator W.
B. Page, defendant's brother, who is
ill at Crockett, Tex.. can go to l-'ort
Worth and consult with the defendant
and his attorneys.
A dispatch from I ganda says the
British have declared war against
Ka bar ago. of Uny ore. It is believed
that the King was incensed at the
erection by the British of several forts
upon his territory, and that he is
marching against KingToro. who per-
mitted this. The British force under
Captain Roddy Owen, with a number
of Nubian soldiers and a Maxim gun,
has been despatched to meet Kahura-
ga. Widespread trouble is feared.
Senator Jones of Arkansas has iu-
tro luced a joint resolution authoriz-
ing the sub-treasurer at New York to
receive from R. F. Wilson V Co.. $0,-
400,000 for the use of the Cherokee In-
dians. This amount is the considera-
tion which was to be paid for the as-
signment to them of tlie proceeds to
be derived from the .sale of the Chero-
kee Outlet. The contract between
Wilson Jk Co. and the Indians requires
the deposit of the money in the sub-
treasury, and an net of congress is
necessary to grant the authority.
Captain O'I lagan, of t.ie steamer
British King, which arrived at New
York Friday morning from Marseilles
says that he took an extreme souther-
ly route, passing close to the Azores.
Nothing was seen of the overdue Wilson
line steamer Apollo, which sailed
from New York February 11 for Ant-
werp. Captain O'Hagan says that the
probabilities arc that the Apollo has
been in collision with an iceberg uud
The American ticet that has been so
prominent in Rio harbor, has left thai
port for the several different naval
stations. The San Francisco was the
first, to leave and sailed for Bluefields.
with Admiral Benlium 11 board. The
New York sailed for the West Indias,
and the Charleston for Montevideo.
This put three men-of-war at Monte-
video—the Charleston, Newark and the
Troy. Sol Miller's town, narrow!'
escaped an extremely destructive fire
the other day. As it was. hard work
confined the damage to something
like 91,000. partially covered by insur-
Senator Gordon of Georgia called at
Senator Colquitt s house Thursday uf
ternoon. nnd upon his return at I
o'clock, said Mr. Colquitt bud passed a
very comfortable day. His pulse hud
remuined almost normal during the
day and his temperature was im-
proved. He had also been able to re-
tain a smull amount of liquid food
upon his stomach, und had been more
conscious than on the previous day.
At the age of 121, Annie bailey died
suddenly in her room in Philadelphia.
Monday. She remembered of hearing
people speak of the battle of Trenton
when she was a little girl.
Thomas P. Tuit, aged 4" , who lives
at Fort Lee, N. J.. has beeu aries.cd
(11 a charge o' having stolen SIS,72"
from the city treasury of Detroit.
Mich Tuit was defeated iu the re-
cent electiou, aud it was subsequently
found the books bad been falsified to
cover up a defalcation. Tuit had
served two terms as treasurer and was
known in Detroit as "Honest Tom."
A terrific wind st orm swept over
Dickinson couuty.. Kan.. Saturday
evening, doing considerable damage
A much needed rain followed.
Twenty-five Chinamen have de-
clared a boycott against the First M.
E- church >111111,1 j school <>( New 111 >
en. Conn. A week ago iheir opium
deus were raided and sixty-six were
arrested ami all their fan-tun paraph
analia confiscated. Mrs. Crocker wife
of police Sergeant Crocker, is teaehei
in the Chinese Sunday so boo class,
aud they allege that she gave the po
lice a hint of their gambling, hence
the boycott on the Sunday school.
Luckily it was only a boy-caught.
31 r. O'eo. IF. Schuls
Boils, Pimples, Humors,
Cured by Hood's.
The following testimonial from Mr. George W.
Schulz, a printer at Newell,Iowa, Is of special
interest as It bears directly upon tlie blood-
purify ine qualities of Hood's Sarsaparllla:
" For about two or three years 1 was troubled
with pimples or bolls on my face and body,
Getting Worso and Worse
I read about the good Hood's Sarsaparllla was
doing ami decldetl to try It. Shortly after I
commenced taking Hood Sarsapanlla to my
R-eat surprise the eruptions began to disappear,
ow I am free from tbeni. I bad at previous
times thought that If 1 did not rid my blood of
this Impurity It might lead to scrofula or soma
other terrible disease. I cheerfully recoinmcnu
llood's Sarsaparllla to ;ill those who need a
blood purifier. ( r.o. W. Kent l/. Newell, Iowa.
Hood's Rills are hand made, and perfect
la proportion and appearance. a box.
1 HE PEANUT.
On* oftheImportant IleiiK of Our South-
ern I ml imtr y.
The peunut is the fruit of a plant
common in warm countries. It is
sometimes called the ground-pea and
ground or earth nvt. Still another
name for it says 11 « Detroit Free
Press, is pindal or p'j < nr. and iu west-
ern Africa it is culbii trunduhi. Thu
plant is a trailing vii e with small yel-
low flowers. After the i'l.weisfall tho
flower stem glows longer, bends down-
ward, and the pod on the end forces it-
self into the ground. where it ripens.
I eunuts are rised in immense quanti-
ties ou the west coast of Africa, in
South America and in the southern
I nited Mates The \ int s are dug with
pronged hoes or f- rk> dried for a few
days und then stacked for two weeks
to cure. '1 he pods are pi Iced by hand
from the vines, cleaned in a funning
mill, and sometimes bleached with sul-
phur, und packed in bags for market,
l'cunuts are sometimes eaten raw. but
usually roasted or bulced. In Africa
and South America they form one of
the chief articles of food. I.arge quan-
tities of them are made into an oil
much like olive oil, and which is used
in the same way. It is also used in
the manufacture of soap. A bushel of
peanuts, when pressed cold, will make
a gallon of oil. If heat is used, more
oil is made, but it is not to good. In
Spain peanuts are ground and mixed
with chocolate. 1'cunut vines inako
good food for cattle.
The peanut gets its name from tho
shape of its pod, which is like that of
t'roHftlng tlie Atlnntle
tTpnnlly Involves sea sickness. When the waves
piny pitch and loss with you. strong iudeeii
must be tbe stomach that can staud it without
revolting. Tourists, commercial travelers,
yachtsmen, mariners, n'l testify that llostet-
ter's Stomach Hitters is the hist vemidy for the
nausea cxpoiU nced in rough w ntinr on the
water Nervous and w -nkly travelers by land
oft-n suflYr fr om sottielhiuz akin lo tills, nnil
Util in the Hitters its sur.st remedy. No disor-
der uf the etomaeh. liver or bowels is so obsti-
nate that it may not be overcome by the prompt
nnd thorough remejy Kan ally efficacious in it
for chills nn'l feveV. kidney
- f-hnuld provi'le thenisi i
diclnal safeguard against 'he effects of
of climate, hardship, cxpossnro
The I.atest Style.
A local denier advertises for "a new
stock of walking sl icks for gentlemen
with carved wooden heads."—Phila-
id th 11
by local application* ;
diseased portion nf
ene way to cure ■!« atnos.
Hitutlonal rcmedie-. Dm lues* is earned by
an intlanied condition of ilu- mucous lining
if the Eustachian Tube. Winn this tube 1*
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im-
perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness Is the result, und unit - the inflam-
mation can be taken out and this tube i<-
1 tored to lis normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine caeca out of tea
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but
an influiucd condition of the mucous sur-
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (earned by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
for circulars; free.
F. J. CHUNKY A* CO., Toledo, O.
nrflo'd'- 1 *. -■
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Winks—1 notice that your barber al-
ways talks to \ ou in Fr neb. 1 did
not know that you undei stood that
Jinks—Well, I don't: but you needn't
tell him so.—N. V. Weekly.
•I * mlnus.
He—Why did she break it off?
She—Her dog l-'itlo got too fond of
Brings comfort and improvement nnd
lends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bel-
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less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of nhysicul being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced iu the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is tine to its presenting
in the form moat acceptable aud pleas-
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beneficial properties of a perfect lax-
ative; effectually cleansing the system.
Jinpelling colds, headaches ami Icvci -
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions aud
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid-
neys, Liver and Howell without weak-
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sulo by all drug-
gists iu 50c ami *1 bottles, but it is man-
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
paoks|«, 10 tbi narat. Bj Kip u! Figi*
and being well informed, you will not
MMrept any subititute it < tiered.
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 73, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 31, 1894, newspaper, March 31, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115202/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.