The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1893 Page: 7 of 8
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A Rulnona Lou.
Why Is It that people In general are so prono
to dinrejcnril inss «>f strength . cle.mi ly jx rcvp-
tiblein bodily fihr!n1cau'<*. l'ailnre of appetite,
broken ri'M " lnconiprrberaible but 1rne.
Sheer careleesness, nn overweening confidence
in the poM r of nmure to recuperate—this.-
:«r<« •utriroHtibl" itm-o: • one of lhaniont .b-
aarruble algna's of (lunger thrown ly distress-
ed nature is wan tin.' Mrengh -\n eftk a ut
tonic is the be-1 •: und t imp i«' 1r
peril. Among the inviirorania which rn
acienee has «hvt loped and e\] > u nee approved
is Hoatetter'a Stomach l!itiers, and it of-
crimes the first pliee. Digestion t renewed by
this venial stomachic, cc mper.«r.te® f- r a drain
of vital force, and a ro nilar act ton of tbe bow*
els and trnn " '. conditio < f ti nrg, tootfe
Injured bv its Ubfi, OO-OV1 ' 'u co.nplate
ri-btonittr.ii of vljror It** iti<s remedies
liver and kidney trouble Vind malaria.
Tho largest bell in the world is ia tho
Kremlin, .Moscow, its height is'-21 ft. 4' .
inches: its weight is estimated at 443,77:2
8* Iteecham's Tills cost, only 115 cents a
box. They are proverbially known
thioughout the world to bo "worth a
The total sugar bounty *y>aid for the
fiscal year ending June 30, will be *9,-
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Copyrighted by the ,1. 13. LipylncottCo.
Brown! feliabod! -what is the femi-
nine of lchabod, by the way, M rcd-
noke? Hut, seriously, it's too bail.
Susan may have been fickle, but she
was always aristocratic. And now her
daughter is a shop-girl. You and I are
.. .. | avenged!"
dh « ther. a ml punched 4,Y<>u are just as idiculous, Mes-
\ down the ashes in eliiues, as you were thirty or fifty
" said tho general, tran-
crossed one long,
lean leg over the
ftvfcits and v, t. - Wny.'* cried '
the protVss. • . ••• .pting himself-
"when 1 wus . . W -ing and annual
there, this %p\ _ ti t tB« v 1
the Bad I.ami- ei'ffs and buttes f inJ
durated yellow . lav and sandht* uej
worn and carved ou*. i v ds long be-
fore the A/'« -tart *'. < «:ove out of
ksII 1 >nes sticking
lie i-ast of whicu
•tune of a museum,
ltockies and tho
'* asked the ham-
I i aga and -how-
mooth ti r >a! and a'
if n.cv. weiv peo
\ imut hove had
il. * returned the
dt ar. There was
• / the square ti
Female Weakuem Poaltlre Cure.
To to* Knrp'.n:- PIinikp Inform your reader* thrt
J lin\ e a |u> ttlv<Tinr f« r ft • thousand and
111b wlili h arise from'lerunkted IVmale ••i km)-'. Not
h preKcrlptlon to !-•• «l!e I -I iU I will send iwo : ottlrs
of niy remedy FYeo "i all cost, for the medicine
ready fur n«e to ati> i!y if :■ " wi'.l vu: llielr
Express and I*. O. nddvc-•. l ! • • «'spondein-e
strictly oonfrb atlal an<l fi i«ai I mj re] ei i
remedy la plain wrapper. Dr. J. S. Marcblsl, Utica,
Bicycle manufacturers on:p y IS^OOO
"Tho Katy Veatibnteil Fly*'*r
The inauguration «>f a f;ist, through
ear service from Texas to Chicago via
the Missouri, Kans-ts A Texas llailway
is proving successful beyond all ex-
pectations. The "Katv \ estilniled
filyer'* is a solid vestibule train from
Houston, through tho prii ipal citief
of Texas, Indian Ttyritor\. Kansas
and Central Missouri, to <1 -ago with-
out change; is composed of the lr.tcst
improved coaches, reclining chair cars
ana the celebrated Wagner Buffet
Palace Sleepers, the entire train being
lighted with Pintsch ga
The demands are already greater
than !ts. capacity, arcl arrangements
are bein made to extend them. Every
one looking for >need anil comfort on
their trip to the W orl l'> Fair is going
on the "Ivaty Vestil?uled Flyer.
There have been 1150 deaths from chol-
era at Mecca, Arabia, in five daj's.
Musical Strings. Sec.idv.of E.B.Guild.
Wo prodcod 294,313 pounds of alumi-
There Is more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all cu.cr disca-vca put together,
and until the lust few years was supposed to
be Incurable. For a great many years doc-
tors pronounced it a .'ocal disease, and pre-
scribed local remedies, and by constantly tail-
ing to euro with local treatment, pronounced
It incurable. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional dieease, and therefore re-
quires constitutionni treatment, llall's Ca-
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney «Ss
Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional
cure on the marketi It is taken internally in
dosc.s from 10 drop* a teaspoonful. It acts
direc tly on ti e I'leiMt Mud miu-i' stirfaeebon
the system. They offer one hundred dollars!
for any ease iL fails 10 cure. Send for cUv
cnlar.s and testimonialw. Address
F. J. ( HKNEY C(Toledo, 0.
UP"Sold by Di uggUvs, 76c.
Tlie Indians of tho Pacific Northwest
nre great admirors. of tho telephone, and
they cheerfully pay their money for tbe
fun o£ talking Siwash over the wires.
Whether on pleasure bent, or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of'
Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and
effectually on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
and other forms of sickness. For sale
in 50c. and 81 bottles by all leading
druggists. Manufactured by the Cali-
fornia Fig Syrup Co., only.
Another Kansas rainmaker has
broken loose. He threatens to prove
his power to his incredulous neighbors
by deluging Chicago during Kansas
week at the fair.
down the ashes in
square t i p of
shis middle finger.
on the .shady ver-
anda marked eigh-
ty-seven degrees <>f heat, and nature
wooed the soul of languor and revery:
out nothing could abate the energy of
this bony sage.
'•They talk about their Atlnntiscs,—
their submerged continent; "' he ex- j
claimed, with a sniff through his wide,
hairy nostrils. "Why, Trcdnoke, do
you realize that we are living literally
at the bottom of a Mcsozoie at any
rate, Cenozoic -sea? '
The gentleman thus indignantly ad-
dressed contemplated his questioner
with the serenity of one conscious of
freedom from • eologi r. -ponsibility.
He was a man of about the professors
age,—say, sixty years, but not like
him in appearance. l!i^ figure was
stately and massive, that of one who
in his youth must have possessed vast
physical strength, rigidly developed
and disciplined. Well set upon his
broad shoulders was a noble head,
crowned with gray, wavy hair; the
eyes and eyebrows were black and
powerful, but the expression was
kindly and humorous. llis mustache
and the Roman convexity of his chin
would have confirmed your convic-
tion that he was a retired
warrior; in which you \.« uld havubecn
correct, for (Ien. 'lYednoke always ap-
peared what he was, both outwardly
and inwardly. His great frame, clad
in white linen, was comfortably dis-
posed in a Japanese straw arm-chair;
yet there was a soldierly poise iu his at-
titude. He was smoking a large and
excellent cigar; and a cup of coffee,
with a tiny glass of cognac beside it.
stood on a mahogany Maud at his
'4 Do you remember, Meschiues, the
time I licked you at school?" he in-
quired in a tone of plea nut reminis-
4,I can't say I do. What's more, 1
venture to challenge your statement.
And though you are a hundred pounds
tie better of me in weight,
and a West Point graduate, 1
will wager my pipe which is
worth its/weight in diamonds) against
that old woollen shirt of Montezuma's
that you showed me yesterday, that I
can lick you to-day, and forget all
about it before bedtime!"
"Well, I guess you could," returned
the General, with a little chuckle,
"even if I hadn't that Mexican bullet
in my leg. But you couldn't forty-live
years ago, though you tried, and
though 1 was a year younger than you,
and weighed five pounds less. Come,
now; you don't mean to - .iy you've for-
gotten Susan Brown!"
"Oh—ah—hah! Susan 1'rown! Well,
I declare! And what brought her into
I your head 1 should like to know?''
"Why, after breaking your heart
i first, and then mine, 1 lost -Ight of her,
end I don't think 1 have seen hersince.
! But it appears she was married to a
j fellow named Parsloe."
"Don't fancy that name'." observed
! the professor, wagging his head and
j frowning, "lias a mean sound to it.
I But what of it?"
i "Well, she died, re-t her soul! and
j Parsloe too. But 'they .had a daughter.
I and she survives them."
"And resembles her mother, eh?
I So, Trcdnoke, the time ' r that : <>rtof
j thing has gone Vy with me. Susan
quilly. "You declaim for tho sake
of hearing your own voice. Besides,
what you say is un-American. Grace
Parsioe, as I was saying, got a place as
shop-girl in one of the great New York
stores. I don't say she mightn't have
done worse: what 1 say is, I doubt
whether she could have done better.
That house 1 know one °f its found-
ers, and I know what 1 am talking
about- is like an enormous family,
where children are born, year after
year, grow up, and take their places in
life according to their quality and
merit. What I mean is, that the
boy who drives a wagon for
tliem to-day, at three dollars a week,
may control one of their chief depart-
ments, or even become a partner, be-
fore they're done with him: and, hiutatis
mutandis, the same with the girls.
When these girls marry, it's apt to be
into a higher rank of life than they
we re born in; and that fact, 1 take it,
is a good indication that their shop-girl
experience has been an education anil
an improvement. They are given work
to do, suited to their capacity, be it
small or great: they are in the way of
learning something of the'great eco-
nomic laws; they learn self-restraint,
courtesy, and "
"And human nature! Yes, poor
things: they see the American buying-
woman, and that is a discipline more
trying than any of you West-Pointers
know about! Oh, yes, I see your point.
If the fathers of tho big family are
fathers, and the children arc children
to them All the same, I fancy the
young ladies, when they marry into
the higher sociul circles, as you say
they do, don't, as a rule, make their
shop-girl days a topic of conversation
at 5 o'clock teas, or put 'lCx-shop-girl
to So-and-so' at the bottom of their
"I believe, after all, you're a snob,
Meschines," said the General,pensively,
'•llut, as I was about to say, when you
interrupted me ten minutes ago, Grace
Parsloe is coming on here to make us a
visit. She fell ill, and her employers,
after doing what could be done for her
in the way of medical attendance,made
up their minds to give' her a change of
climate. Now, you know, as she had
orginally gone to them with a letter
from me, and as I live out here, on the
borders of the Southern desert, in a
climate that has no equal, they natur-
ally thought of writing to me about it.
And of course I said I'd be delighted to
have her here, for a month, or a year,
or whatever time it may be. She will
be a pleasure to me, and a friend for
Miriam, and she may find a husband
somewhere up or down the coast, who
will give her a fortune, and think all
the better of her because she, like him,
had the ability and the pluck to make
her own way in the world."
"Humph! When do you expect her?"
"She may turn up any day. She is
coming round by way of the Isthmus.
From what I hear, she is really a very
fine, clever girl. She held a responsi-
ble position in the shop, and——"
"Well, let us sink the shop, and get
back to the rational and instructive
conversation that we or, to be more
accurate, that i was engaged in when
this digression began. I presume you
are aware that all the in«iioptions are
ago: but 1
Re * . l.vblan • i<; a I'rcnch Cana-
dian store 1. eper at Notre Dame de
Stanbridge, Quebec, Can., who was
cured of a §cv.tc attac-li of Congest-
ion of the tun;:. by Boschee's Ger-
man Svrnp. He has sold many a j i'i"' i ;v r.
bottle ot German Syrup on his per- ' iiosid.I'm t« busy t..
sonal recomn; nidation. If you drop
him a line he'll, give you tiie full
fact ', of the case direct, .1 he did us,
and that Boschee's German Syrup
brought liim through nicely. It
always will. It i a good medicine
and thorough in its work, t
•ant undertake t > r< \ ive my
id in.* not old
I.1 r.cv"ntv-si v n years « . .
..mill,v.; \ my age rniew-d
at 1' .;st tn nty \ wr, by i:
<t Swift's Specific. My loot
_ and If • to n v knee war. #a
running sore tor two yiprs, and phvsieiar.s s id
it could n< . lv_> cut t. ' :t-r taking: tilt en sr.iill
ix)t • It s S. S. S.there is not _a_sore on iny limbs. ancM
h <ve a nt-w l \ise on
life. Veil ought to
let .ill sufferers know
oi \our wonderiul remedy. Ira F. Stilus.
Palmar, Kans-s City.
> noi a •• on / uiiu'n
(ii IS A WONDF.RPVI.
'"Il I: I M F.DY—especia c. i r
oi l jfuple. It builds up
j the general health. Treat-
SWIFT SPCIF1C COMPANY,
MEND YiiUSS HARNESS
No too]# required. Only a hnmmer xweiled
to drive * • ' ••lineh th«*m easily and qulcki<
IftavluK tin' flinrti absolutely smooth. P«-qnirin/:
no hole to l>a nmilr In the U-ather nor burr for tho
liirou riirv arc STRONG. TOUfiH and DURABLE.
Miliu-'ia now in u?c. All Kngthf, unilbnu or
•eaorted, put up in to"**.
yoMi- «l«*nl*-r for or ftnd ^
tu aluiujM lor a ho* of 100; aworfed «i*Ci.
mxmufai rrr.ri' ur
u'UDSON L. THOMSON M7C. CO.,
j think of marr
j At this tour
I /aughed softly,
! An old Indian.
j in appearance, 1
hanging* down <>ti his >houhler
l forward from the room whet
1m en waiting, and rem ■ ■ ! ti
••No letters yet, K:i dia I
the Oeneral, in Spanish.
"In a .few minutes, General,'' the
other replied. ''Pablo has just eomoin
sight over the hill. Therew.ro < veral
'Muy huen! -1 w..s going to say.
Meschines, her father and mother left
tho-girl poor, and alie, beinu, appar-
et tly,clever and energetic, took to- —''
1 know!" tho professor interrupted.
They all do it, when they are clever
r j energetic, and thai ^ the end of
noke. "■Sheen ti re : :i dr.-^ood.-. store.**
there's nothiev s. extraordinaiy in
tjiat. I've seen quantities of women do
it, of all .ages, colors and degrees.
What did she buy there?"
•*Oh, a fiddlestick!" exclaimed the
general. '"Why don't you keep quiet
and listen to my st< • . ' I say. she w« nt
into a great dry-^omls store in New
York, as saleswoman."
"Bless my Soul! You don't mean a
" That's what I said, i-n't it? And
"Oh, well', but. f hudc of Susan
Canada,—I sav. fv
out of the eli.iV-, t
would make ti- foi
That was hei a n 1
' People's howe .
mock, agitating i:>«
ing a glimpse v f a b
"Bless my 41I!
pie in thoM- day '
an anxious ume *. :
sage. 4,No, no, my
brontosam ,.1. ar.d
liydrosaurus, ar.d iguanodon lizarils,'
you know, not like theso little black}
fellows that run about n tho pulver-
ized feldspar here, but • haps eighty or
a hundred feet long, and twenty or
thirty high; and turtles, as big as a
"How did they get there? '
"Got mired while they were feeding,
perhaps; or the w ater drained olY and
left them high and'dry."
"But where did the water go to
The General chucklcd at this ma-
ture, and lit another cigar. "She
knows more questions than you do the
answers to them," quoth he. "But I
wouldn't mind 1 • aritig where the
water went to, myself. I should like
to see some it bn. k again."
"Ask the e. • .ik s and t*i« sun.
There's 130 degn cs of heat in some of
these valleys, • jses, rather, 300 or
400 feet below ea level. The earth is
very thin-skinned in this region, too,
and whatever wasn't evaporated from
above would bo li'-ely to come to grief
"But, professor, said the musical
voice, "I thought there was a law that
water always seek.-, its o^ level. So
how can there be empty aces below
'•It's the fault of the aneroid barom-
eter, my dear. We were very com-
fortable and commo::place until that
came along and revealed anom-
alies. The secret lies, I sup-
pose, in the trend of the strata,
which is generally north*and south.
You see the ridges cropping out all
through the desert; and there's a good
deal of lava oozing over them, too.
They probably act as walls, to prevent
the sea from getting in from the west,
or the Colorado leaking in from the
"In that ease," remarked the Gener-
al, "a little seismic disturbance might
produce a change. "
"It would have to bo more than a
little. J • usoc -••turned Mesehinev
"Kamaiakan told me that the Indians
have a prophecy that a great lake will
come back and make the desert fruit-
ful, and that there are some w ho know
the very place where the water will be-
gin to flow." And here the hammock,
with final convulsion, gave birth to a
beautiful young woman, in a diaphan-
ous silk dress and a white lace man-
tilla. She crossed the veranda, and
seated herself on thfl broad arm -f her
Why, that's important!* said the
general, arching his brows. *'l wonder
if Kamaiakan is one < f those whoknow
the place? If so, it might be worth liis
while to let me into the secret."
"Oh, you couldn't go there! It's en-
chanted. and p< < p!e who go near it die.
There are bones all about there now."
"This Kamaiakan appears to be a re-
markable pors< nage; where did you
pick him up?" inquired the professor.
"It was rather the other way," Trcd-
noke replied, taking one of his daugh-
ter's hands in hi , and caressing it.
"We are appendages to Kamaiakan.
You look so natural, sitting there, Mes-
chines, that I forgot it's thirty yeais
since we, met, and that all the signifi-
cant events of my life have happened
in that time,—the Me.xi an war, my
marriage, and the rest of it! 1 have
been a widow i r t- •> \ ••ars."
"And I've been a buehclor for over
dCe. ii JJi.
arch ( 1
hammock, suspended « ' v''''
<1 with what
' «d' lace and
•an of Anda
mot her" was
'do vol niMi.Miu i:
^ t"'-v A
j i m i: r r.icinn
I with '
silk stocking ami
the other end
face, with gloi ioi
hair. A voie
"What is 1
"o, s^ ; «ju
cations as ;
"Oh, for '
was fresh •
and there \
Salt La!:. vV*
"Tiler, was ft
mdal-slipper, and at
dark, youthful, oval
eyes and dull black
'< !'t it it.
j 1he prot ••
i One would
;; double eo
"The w on
i rying or wi
ii'! was a w
j me. Whet!.
, an't sa1 :
•at Salt Lake—**
•. the whole ocean
Wuter is a great
br .ik the erust,
IV. -ii: ' !•(• ]. .1 ned the
di water v. c t of the
"We w e
of voutk '
Yot! w;ant the Best I
Royal Baking F'owder never disappoints;
never makes sour soggy or husky food;
never spoils g(-r. materials; never leaver;.
lumps oi alkali in tin biscuit or cake ; while
all these things <.k happen with the Lest of
cook s who clin<r to the old-fashioned
methods, or who dm. other baking powders.
If you want the best food, Royal
Baking Powder is indispensable.
▼ v t v. .t .v .v T . ' ,
>, ..T, •!.••'• •: • •!• •' T -T -T -T. -T, •!■• -X- -V -T-
A Sour for the sooUers-
hero ain't much use in wishin*
Though a felhi's hound to wisL
Hut when Grover goes ft flshin*,
How'd you lite to be a tlsh?
When you i, one look
At his great big hook,
Now wouldn't you jos1 lot him
Haul you gently from tho broot
There ain't no use in gruntiu*
Or in sftyiu' of a word;
Cut when Grover goos a buntiu*
Uow'd you like to be a bird.
Don't you think you'd try
Fer to keteli bis eye,
An1 let him ulioot and wing y t
An' make you into pioJ
Atlanta <'oj^stit ->tk t.
Paris has 141 daily papers.
Montana has 2,800,01)0 shoep.
A piano contains a mile of wire.
Kansas loads in egg production.
Our May Ury loss was $10,000,00'
A Paris kitchen employs 00 cook*
There is an automatic boilor clean* r
England is building an $875,000 sbn
America uses tho laigost locomotive?
New York has ; 00,000 working women
Germany has half tho world's brew-
The Younc Man Conenrrod.
A Georgia paper says that an old
gentleman who i-^ wealthy began
family prayer one night recently by
saying: *40h. Lord, we thank thoo
that wo are iu better circumstances
than most people, and—" But be-
fore ho could proceed further a cer-
tain young man, who happened to bo
in tho parlor making love to tho old
gentleman's daughter, was so over-
come with joy b> Ihis unexpected
declaration that ho shouted "Ameul**
and broke up tho prayer meeting
1 CnrcUiHii.'iiHlii ami < oiistlp*tlon .
l>r. Sboop'i Ri '■ rative rve Pillii Mat f'- >0
v. i Bo< k topro em< ril for' ostamp*
Druia:ist8.-" lm. Snoop. Box \V .ifaciao W o«
Moro women are employed by tho Eng-
lish (lovernmont thau by tho govornmenfe
of auy other country.
••llnimon'S Mftg;lc Corn salvo."
Warranti'l to mir, • r i.ioni*> r« tiuufu«l. Aafc ynlff
i, t| for It. i'i u •• n cen>
Tho largost pie -o of -e.ii-a in tho wovht
wan recently taken out of a North ('oro-
tiua quarry. It iuohkuios O'.j by 10 in.
irthf ■« < lill u 'IVctH,
I omire Riul " ^ • lint- « M mi«I wrll tried «•> in. Jy, Uia
Winsi.ow' PoorniKU nn- for « liildren TeothlnK
It is stated that tho wheat crop of tbo
tidewater country of Maryland is beyond
t he average iu amount and quality.
NKIiVr llkktokrr. n
♦ rlnur, eniv « TreaLi
, , >„.*• i.N!"H f.HITA
1.1 •. ■ r.i - •. . r ' • M**-
liB.l •'.! ti I J 1.. I' " f" • !•> >'
bo'pdtohr viitne vu Aiv - CbflmlrJtihu • .
_ _ . _ , , 4 , , A novel insurance company ban b m
i a Petit Journal circulates 7< , Btarted i.V;lIlee. with tbe object ol snp .
ies aaii}. , plying girls with dowries when thoy
Germany has 5,000,000 savings. i>abb
AN'esterbrool:, Mo., has th«?- bip^rott j l
Kentucky leads the South in tobacco
Woonsocket, It. I., has tho biggest ruL
Mary Wales, an ancient boston t,\ n<
Rtor, by her will left i-s,000 to her pot tom
*at Ot"t< .
Cholera is prevailing in Alais, South
srn France; sixteen deaths are reported
in two days.
The village of Kreba jauche, Germany,
has been wiped out by lire, and 1,300 peo-
ple are homeless.
The largest piece of copper ever tason
out of tho Michigan I'pper i'enimaila
weighed about nine tons.
Th«^ deepest I'lipi . Ii colliery at present.
Is Moss Collier} n u \ -hton-uud> i J'yne
which is sank 2Ji 10 feet.
The longe-1 -ingle span of wire in tin
world is used for a telegraph line over
the River i\Mtuali. iu India. It iu <',00.
Alaska produced £1,000,000 in gold lai.t.
year and ' alii«)r/ii.i 'Si .'.000,001) The
gold product of the ' nited Statoe wa> I
'1 he recent municipal election in th«
Missouri town of l.exin /toa turned upei J
Austro-Hungary papers are printod in
.1 o languages.
TO STOP THE rilOf/KISS
you will find bun
ro in ed y — I)(n*txiv
Pierce's '! ldou
Medieai Disc i > r>
In ^civa n "l « I'-es
it bi inp,1! ' i.'iu'orn
and 11 "of f .nu
haven't- dc h' Vecl
t< n Ic.ig, it wilt
eertainly ciire. It doesn't claim t« o miiclt
if, wonx make new lungs nothing can |
bat it will make diseosoa one soui I and
healthy, when everything elso has failed
Tbe scrofulous afTeetionof the lungs th t*n
caused Consumption, like every other term
of Scrofula, and every blood-taint cud die
order, yields to the "Discovery." It- ia fb-i
most effective bl« od-cleanser, strength-ro
storer, and flesh-builder that 's known to med
ieal' science. In all Bronchial, Throat, anH
Lung Affections, ii it ever falls to btoofltl
or cure, you have your money back.
A perfect and jwnnanent cure for your
Catarrh—or $.VK) m cash. This i.-« prorihsoil
by tho proprieiora of Dr. Hago's Catarrh
the i->uo it hogs or no i
The No hogs won.
The Sultan of Tur!.e\
eluding Un sian llel >
iu tho land of 111 •;; la!Ik
, thus c
l our years r
pound. 'Ihe supply w
the price dirniuisln I le
v ar-t quantities of it .u
Fifty convicts, wi.'1'
tho quarries tier"' <
th ir guar is and trie i t
nijio wero killed the i
The production <1 f m
icath \ allej
I take pleasure in announcing thai I
have made arrangements on beliulf ot
tho National Reform Press Assnc.i
. l inn whereby pla es and ready-pni 1,m .
| containing Populist matter ofticially
hug j approved and recommended by tho
• '.'at iniial lb torin Press Asm iation aotl
Chairman Taubencck. in any quantity
and | h*ed, will be furnished by
Tha Winfield Newspaper Union.
rem1 Union for samples and prices. No
i i' ! j other house furnishes authorized mat.
I ti r. \Y. S. \,()Ii(i.\NT,. See., \yti
tire enormous l«>'! .
■ •• lit run t< eir i "I, s d <> it , ■
It is said to co loss to Rend tie
duct of an acre of wheat from Dake
1'ngl ind than it does to manure an
of laud in Kng!and so ti at t e,4n
W!HF!EL0 NEWSPAPER US10«,
Di.Triii i i •. Kti.i.ilt \ n,- ;i..
N' vnansvi'Je !'!
ed villages''of th<
s oi.e of the "desert
>uth. Half a century j
ago it was a thriving town \\i:h 1.0 Ki iu
habitants, but now there are only a dcv.i u
One million and a 1 ef men work in
coalmines of tie v. -i! 1 Of tlx • 1
land has 535,000; I nited States
' " imany, *!*'•
laetuS number l.<
.Mrs. Figg \Yh
c-et a new law'n n
old one good enoi
lmv todo? Mr.
enough, but you
that we can get t
work out of Tom
chine that wo co1
Miss Jennie Y
who recently b
i hihuahua, ha ■
cession in the
F.tates of (in
all v> :k
ust boar in i
the amuu -.
with a n •.
with an old
• r the An*
" ; P " 1 Dru Co.. St. Ate/V!
' ' bri. ■ !S er- -It ] .1.
I v t< r, I r*<,
TBEG0LD1G8ET' ; ''
v.. s- ;i3-r .,
t a railro: 1 to t; *
at a valuable * !
a of a privilege foi
it of colonies iu the
ahua and (,'oahuila.
- AWHW p >ne to Lngland tc
make*a"rraugem-ats for bringinjt ov.i
several thousand Kuglinh faimlitH u
n-ttle upon tha lau'ls hiu uecureO
from the eoTernin'n'i
STRINGS ! 7
4 I I rilli v loioil.id. lhl<«( , II!
, T. ThompMn's Eyt- Watoi
W N (J. Winfield, Ivau. Vci-O Nc, /n
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1893, newspaper, July 14, 1893; Chandler, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116232/m1/7/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.