The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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i'* SEMI-M .
NORMAN, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAi FMiRl AK\ 2i>. IS1,in
Maher's Byes Continue to Improve
—Fight Before Kinotoscopo.
WILL GO IN BOATS OUT IN THE GULF
AND ONLY GENUINE "JoNGUELESS f
K x X J! u >l £ultivatof*^
"The New Departure"
I'ltztdiiitnons Is Confident That the Fight
Will Ho a Short One -Says Ho Can
Whip Mnlier -Inside of Fivo
Galveston, Feb.'SO.—A rumor was cur-
rent here today that Maher and Fitz-
Blmmons would 1 &ve El Paso tonlgh^
arriving at Galveston Friday afternoon
hnd take a stt am tug with a barge at-
oiuti l, 'with y 1 v tiling vote,
endorsing the f.< e coir. ge ef botli gold j
and silver at the ratio of IS to 1, Imle- |
pendently of ti • action of other coun- j
tries and refus*
on tin- Wh1
in this :
endorse any pres-
•.;o not of the same
actually puts a quietus
' o -m recently started
. Kan., Feb. SO.—Ira Steele,
ol.I.si and host known stoick
mty, failed today
''1 fourth big fail-
thin six month.1?
Ae being a very
. r of other men
or four miles into
and tight for the
a kintescope and a
s said that the kln-
willinL to pay a
Con itintly pursued, but never overtaken
Anything you want Ircm a Kce to a Haivester!
The largest stock of Wagons, Buggies, Hard-
ware, Stoves and Tinware in the city.
When you want anything that is kept in a first
class Hardware Store, come to Maguire.
d. w. marquart pres.
8. b. owen8, vice-pres.
D. L. Larsh. S. R otfsns
and D. V/. Mar uart.
Directors. J t. Phelps
d. W. HOOKER, Cashier.
13- Hughes A. Kingkadh
. [Incorporated under the Laws of|i')klah"i.ia.]
I he Bu-laivs of this Bank provides that no Stock ran he
issued to non-residen ts of Cleveland County.
ROWNTREE, & MARTIN',
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
BRAN * NEW * RIGS,
Double or Single Hacks, Buggies, Carriages and Su t. Good Saddle
Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Drummers Carried to all Parts of . //• oui.'-rt/.
Charges Reasonable. | Main Street, Near Depot Norman, Ok.
Notion fur Cublieatb n.
Territory of Oklahoma / ss
County of Cleveland. \
Jn the District Courtiu and for the coun-
ty and territory aforesaid.
Ceorge K. Hoffman, plainlilT, j
IS'uggie Hoffman, defendant. )
Said defendant, Maggie Hoffman, will
take notice that plaintiff ueorge Iv Hoff-
man, on the 6th day of January, \ !> M896
filed his petition in said District ( ourt
praying for a divorce from said defendant
together with an affidavit that service of
summons cannot bt> made on defendant in
said territory; and you arc further noti-
fied that you must answer said petition
on or before the 22nd day ol February,
180(5, « r said petition will be taken as truo
and judgement rendered in lavor of plain
tiff granting him a dtvorco
^ I V H l .i.i.v, Clerk,
j \ ny IressaMcek, Peputy.
Fisher & Hennessy, Att'ys for pltf.
r S bin d OO'ce ut Oklahoma oklahoma Ty.
1-Vli 1 ! Ih'Jii,
Notice is hereby riven that the following
iu.rued settler has filed notice of her intention
to n«:iUp 11 >i:i 1 proof in support, of hi* claim,
ihI thai said | root will be made before
s .1 Wiikin*. Pi obato Judge id Norman, O.
I' , on >la\ I - I SHU, viz:
mr.i.kowi) v. Honus,
r« r II e lots7. and w I■; w M sec i\ tp s
n r 1 w.
He uiinie- the lollowltig witnesses to provo
his nuniiuioii-tesidencu upon audcultlva-
\ ion of said land viz:
i H. . .: ut. Frank M -riis, an I ('. M. llo-
l "f Hal! o. T. ind ilenry Sait'-p ot
ached and £ > ti
he Gulf of Mes
tew witnesses. It v.
itoscope people wtve
purse and all «
El*Pag Ti c. ' • TI 1 1 inditlon
of Maher's eye.- as * this morn-
ing ti> be imp: d u d it w • • announc-
ed that Kid ay he i go :l-:. ugh the
regular routine of training. He is said
to be in condition to enter the ring
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 20.—The fight was
practically ash p today, the only point
of interest in it l .'ing the condition of
•Maher's eyes, and of them the report
was as it has been for the last three
Fltzsimroons i\ malned quietly in his
quarters all uay and gave the numerous
Mexicans and rangers who watch him
every time he leaves the house a chance
jto rest themselv -t. He is doing only
]very light work in order to keep himself
,ifi first-class condition. He is certainly
in superb shape and reiterated today
[Ills firm belief that the fight would bo
a very short one and that he would be
returned an easy winner inside of fivo
Jack Everhart went over to Fitzsim-
mons' quarters today to help him train
and will probably be one of his seconds
in the ring.
THAT GALVESTON STORY.
Considerable merriment was caused
at Stuart's headquarters today by a
j story from Galveston that the fight
| would be on barges in the Gulf of Mex-
ico off that city. It was to be before the
1 kintescope and a few witnesses only,
i The plan was never thought of here un-
! til wired from Galveston and the im-
j possibility of the kintescope taking pho-
tographs if the weather was In the least
| degrc ■ rough, is alon enough to put
1 the plan out of the question. All sort9
I of rumors are afloat as to the location
of the battle-ground, but Stuart is keep-
ing his own counsel and not until to-
morrow night will any information be
given as to the location and the time
of thf departing train.
El I'aF->. Tex., Feb. ID.—Puck Connel-
ly can-, - in from Las Cruces tonight and
rep rl i Ml ah ' being much irn-
proVi l. He said ti • his man would
be down • n the 10:40 train tomorrow
morn ng nd would be ready t > enter
the ring at any time after his arrival
He wa- not inclined to be communica-
tive regarding Maher's general condi-
tion but Dick Plunkett, who came in
from tho Maher camp with Connelly,
de il • I tha t I et r was In excellent
shape and strong as an ox. His eyes,
according to Plunkett, are somewhat
Inflamed but his general condition is
TUOUTON* 11 FPU MS TO CATRON
Governor C harges tlx' Delegate With an
t uCalr Cilorifyiug of Himself,
Santa Fe, N. M„ Feb. 20.—The charge
made by I> legate Catron at Washing-
ton that Governor Thornton of New
Mexico was acting in collusion with
Dan Stuart to have the prizefihts
come off in New Mexico, before tho re-
cent act of congress in regard to prize
fighting was pass 1, continues to be the
subject of nvach comment in this ter-
The govern >r in an int< rview said
that he was indignant at the uncalled
for •conduct of the d-.-i t to. He declar-
ed that, whll ; ized the weak-
ness of his 1 gal p i.-,iion, he had left
no 8tone unturned t > prevent the light
coming off in New M* xico; that his cor-
respondence with the attorney general
was on record at Washington showing
that he had both tel ;:aphed and writ-
ten asking r<r the did of soldiers to
assist the civil authorities, prior to any
one of the
urc In tin
HILL NYK 8EKIOUSLY ILL
Strickcn W It It Apoplexy, ami (lis Death
Only a Matter of I!num.
AshevUlo. N. Feb. .—Edgar Wil-
liam Nye, the "Piil' Nye of the world of
hum ^r, whose writings have made the
world iaugli, is seriously ill at his home
at Puck Shoals, el^ht miles : oath of
Asheville. About two weeks ago Mr.
Nye was taken ill and since thai time
the trouble hns b« a slowly pr • ■;tc.--s-
Ing, until now Ms • IIM >n Is v ry •-
lous. He is suffering from a strol
apoplexy. Miss Winnie and Hessic
his daughters, arrived at Ash v111
day and took a train to Arden,
nearest station to the Nye reside mv.
Tonight Mr. Nye is much worse and it
i* thought he can live only a few hours
Bill for Indian Territory in tha
Hands Of Sub-Committoo.
WILL RECONSIDER STATEHOOD BILLS
Senator tarter Sloven to Keonimnlt tli«
Tariff Hill- lllll Ohjeetn to "Urn. tirea-
ham'H IViihIoii-t oagresnlonul
and Other Late Ncwh.
Washing-tun, Feb.20.—The special sub
Indian affairs committer on Indian ter-
ritory legisl.itl m was pi acticaly agreed
on a bill which will be reported to the
lull committee, probnbly tomorrow.
The principal f ature of the bill gives
the I'niti i St;1 ten coil! t« in the Indian
territory >■: i.-ive Jurisdiction in all
cas, s bet\vt . a members of the Indian
trili I and tho government authorities
the Dawes comtnlmlon t<> make a roll
of tiii- membership of the various tribes
this loll t . iiaal. It Is also provided
meeiinK"-np tar- imperan Geographical
society, held today. Senator S-.|rien«ff,
the vice president of the society, salt
that It would be premature yet to deny
the news of Dr. Nam-en's discovery ot
the North pole. It «-as probable, he
said, that Dr. Nansea was returning, or
had returned, to th New Siberian is-
lands, where ItaTon Toll had placed
stores of provisions In anticipation ot
his return. The lirst news ot Dr. Nan-
sen was received by Peter Kuschneroff,
j who was searching for the ivory of tho
| extinct mammoth on the New Siberian
Islands, where this Ivory has been found
In large quantities. Kuschneroff's
men possibly met a member of the Nan-
sen expedition, or even Nansen him-
MII.W M ii I I ,
Ji.hn l> Low. .
lor the s e ■«ec I . twp l n, range west.
He nftino® the foll iwing wllueaiet to prove his
(•■mtine.onB residence upon and cultivation of
-.lid htiid, viz:
I N Herring, ! A Fnrr s, Audruf Ih-rgelun, Olo
llcr^elan, o! Norman, O T
II. M. hna.i y, Rcuister.
Territory of Oklahoma, /
County of Clevelon 1. ) '
In tho district court in and tor tho county
and territory aforesaid.
Thomas I Can Held. )
\a plaintiff, ^
Anne E. Can iold. defendant, )
Said defendant Anne K. Canfield, will
vs. Plaintiff, r
W . T. King, Defendant. )
In the District Court of Clovolund coun-
ty, Third Judicial District, Territory of
Notice is hereby given that 1 will offer
for sale and sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash iu hand at the south door
cf the court house in Norman, Cleveland
county, Oklahoma Territory on Tuesday,
the 3rd day of of March. A. I). 1806 at , . . ..
the hour of 2 o'clock, p. iu of said day, I take notice that she has been sued in th.
the following described real estate situa- above named court by tho plaintKT 'limi-
ted in said county, to-wit: Lots twenty- as >1. Canlield for a dl-orc* an I must
one('20 twenty -two (22). twenty-three (23), 1 answer the petition I.led therein on or be-
twciity-four('M). twenty five(Jo), twenty for • the 20th .lay of March. .*90, or saul
six(26),twenty .0T0n(27),lw«nty elght( >8), petition wUl be tak u a. true, and Ji.dw-
twenty-olne(^O).thirty(.10), thirty-. .-..•e-M, l y;" 'T'"1';'.'-' m,KMI 1 ,,, tl0M fw
mid thirty tW0(82) in block sixty eight(tiS) j plaintlil, grnntinR him a div
in the town of Lexington, s designate 1
aud numbered on the olllcial plat of said
to\Nn and all improvements thereon.
Said property is taken and will be
for not less than two thirds of the ap
praisetnent. as tho property of the above
named defendant W T King under an I by ,
virtue of au order of sale issued out ol the
district court of said county in the above
entitled action to mo directed and deliv
Given under my hand at Norman
Cleveland county,Ol<I ihoina this 2Sth day
of January, 1890 li.F. Ni.wm.' < , ,
ago he had wri
ney of Dona .
trict at to: n< v •
them to u.
prevent the .
also written r
his advi-" rr.d
ter, con - u 11 • !
and Pniitd '
way, a'id . a
the law I
the p lZ '
was only a fin
of the r.-r'".t b
spite of ) is el
ion; that over a month
ten to the district attor-
na c >unty and tlie dis-
: <. ant county directing
utmost endeavors to
w's violation. He had
Judg Pantz asking for
• P ra i; a in tho jnat-
h tin olicitor general
-?s Attorney Homing-
all the machinery of
a to be able to prevent
While the punishment
, he realized the danger
a; brought off here in
. is, r - there is a strip of
■five mil. in length ex
KHillT DOWN TO II1M. h'S'J
Louse Transact SIucli HtiHkncss t'overlng a
Variety < ' Sabjeets.
Washington, Feb. 110.—The house to
day devoted itself strictly to business
The army appropriation bill, carrying
123,275,902, was passed, tho conference
I port on the urgent deficiency bill was
adopted and the bill to extend for five
years the time in which the govern-
ment can bring suits to annul patents
to public lands under railroad and wag-
on road grants, was passed.
An amendment was adopted limiting
the application of the act to "railroad
and wagon road grants."
The following proviso was also ad-
ded to the bill:
"That no suit shall be brought nor
shall recovery be had for lands that
were patented in lieu of other lands
covered or relinquished by the grantee
In consequence of the failure of the
government to withdraw the same
from sale or entry."
The substitute for the bill offered
by Mr. McUae (Dem. Ark.) to repeal
outright the limitation of the act of
1891, was defeated, 72-149.
Mr. Pickler (Rep. S. D.) offered an
amendment to the army appropriation
bill providing that no officer of the
army should be detailed to duty as an
Indian agent. It was ruled out on
a point of order, as was an am- r.lmeiit
offered by Mr. Bowers (Pep . Cal.)
against the guarding or policing of for-
est reservations or national parks with
troops. Soldiers, Mr. Bowers said,
prevented visitors to Yellowst ne park
from hunting or fishing Without per-
mits, yet on a recent visit to the park
he ascertained that the soldiers them-
selves had slaughtered hundreds of
deer. Most of the new provisions in
the bill, including those for appoint-
ment of paymasters from the line of
the army and for commutation of quar-
ter® to officers doing duty at stations
where the quarters are inadequate,
were stricken out on,'points of order.
At 4:35 the house adjourned.
Washington, Feb. 19.—The house com
piittec on terrltories\voted today to re-
consider the former vote against Ari-
zona and New Mexico statehood bills,
thus leaving them still/ before the com-
mittee. The house today passed a
bill to extend for five, years the time
within which suits may be brought to
annul patents issued under railroad
Mexican or other'special grants.
Ftflt TilM/WIMUH AN STKKit
:«o i> Pleaded Before th*
•li t' re t oiniiilttceH.
pe]jt no,—Officers and
executive board of the
National! Livestock exchange, of Chi-
cago, St. Louis, 'Kansas City an Om-
aha were given /a hearing by the st n-
ate immittee on agriculture ttod j
They asked for a reciprocal legi Union
which would open th foreign m: . k -
to American liMes- • k and while tie y
suggested no special plan, urged that
congress assislt in ..'din}; a way ro do
this. Several speetb- s were ma<l*\ in
wr ich it was stat I that thf ass< t-.ai-
lon contained 2,000 members and (that
the livestock interest wa - tlr- laifeest
single industry in the w rid. "\V
complained especially of the rer/tmict-
ions placed upon
1 ition enacted by
:!I be valid unless
lent of the Unl-
provides for the
• Indlans of all the
ept those having
n to lay out and
that no further le
the Indian tn -s
approved l y i. c pre
ted States. It al.-
allotment among ti:
lands in the tribes -
coal and mineral d
the Dawes commlss
survey townslt s and appraise the lots;
prohibits the payment of any more roy-
laties to any individuals for coal and
other mini nils, but stipulates that all
royalties shall be i sid to the sub-trea-
surer at St. Louis for the benefit of the
TO ltM( OSIUIT T:I3: TARIFF HILL
Carter oT Montana € 11T«-
That I in
to the fin a n
the four Ut
fen d a
voted against I ti k
caused much inten
Carter did not pres?
said l e would a k
t Monday, when h •
.1 against con.
20—In the senate
of Montana, of-
recommit the tar-
This move by
lie an senators
g up the tariff
to take It uo
I a. The an-
. attitude and
;: ors wtho
ing the tariff
2 o'clock tomo:
bills thus far
• g cl(art 1 f
diplomatic - ml
bill was p
aion w< :
Fla.) v. i i
of the il
jars of 1,
members, of (he
Mr. Voorhcf ••
11 (Dem. N. Y
in li ds of p
; from all p
t Ellis Island,
ing d that the
taken up at
to the senate
vas marked by
Mr. Call (Dem.
; . tors and spec-
ter for half an
p i don bills
•a", low of tho
i in order to
y speak against
: .on opened
is he was rc-
if the country
.f the sale of
1 that he could
beer to immi-
fiKTS IT NKXT
Niil mini l.iMtrue Convention t4
leet There n \ugn<«t.
Chicago, in.. Feb. 20. The next con*
tfentl mi of the Ri publican national
league will be lo Id i Milwaukee, Aug.
25, -6 and 27. Inst, ad of leaving the
selection to the executive committee, a
ballot was tnki n last month by corres-
pondence and Milw. ikee won out by an
overwhelming vote i nd today the oom*
mlttee formally ratified the selection.
The tn ting of the < . utive committee
is to be held for the purpose of secur-
ing money t> iri. on the campaign
this yearn No definite plan Is before
At the at": a in noi the mebmera
t-:, ; about ra ng 1 un Is to cairy on thl
campaign of i m New York came for-
ward with a ish subscription and was
followed at once by other states. It
soon became apparent that all financial
difficulties would be overcome. At thia
juncture a telegram was received fronl
the attorney of the le igue, congratulate
ing the meeting on the successful out-
come of a suit which has been pending
since 18X8 In Albany, by which the
league Is given $17,000 which it had to
sue to recover on a literature contract.
A telegram <>f sympathy was sen't to
James H. Manley, of Augusta, Me., a
prominent m< mber of the league, re-
garding the death of his wife. The sec-
retary was instructed to distribute 10,-
000 copies of T. P. Walker's tariff pam-
phlet. It was decided to open head-
quarters for the league at the Lindell
hotel, in St, Louis, and it is expected
that, there will l e a large attendance
of league members at the convention.
A general meeting of the league will be
held in the convention hall the night of
Reports on the general work of the
league in the different states showed
good working organizations in all the
statics except California and the secre-
tary was instructed to organize that
state at once.
The state of Iowa claim- 1 to be the
best organised of the states 700 clubs in
gi >d standing. Iowa's scheme of or-
ganization has been generally adopted
by other states of the league.
tendiiv- f: mi Ml 'a- i to Deming where
there i: n > . .;! ri< nt whatever, and
the pu fill • ! ' frlen 18 could
board a train in El Paso, go up the
road fifty miles, and fight before it
would be p sel le to get i ffi •• r on the
grounds. This they were not afraid to
do while the p nalty was a simple fine.
d that ho gave
erican cattle by for aTJi coun
contended that tn was n
Hon for the charge that American llv
stock is diseased.
Senators Warren, G
were appointed a sub-comml
vestigate the question and r«
At 5:or> p.
tor for the
P. V. D
lieve," said Mr.
; 1'.'.a' would be
by well meaning
was evidence of
ism, the extreme
•ss in New York
nsade now going
• —The senate in
iv confirmed the
SPLIT HV TWO CALLS
I ft It DlHtrlct IJepuhl leitiiH Divide fo
Ileod and McKliiley.
Sherman, Texas, Feb. 20.—The fifth
congressional district Hepublieans
held a convention here today and en-
dorsed McKinley. The other conven-
tion today at Denton endorsed Reed.
The McKinley del- n.ites to St. Louis
are C. A. Lyon, of Sherman, and Will-
iam Johnson of Benham.
Denton, Texas, Feb li).—Owing to
the change of the calling of the Repub-
I -an congressional district convention
for the Fifth district from Denton to
Sherman, a difference arose among
the Iteed and McKinley people, the for
ni.-r maintaining thai the Denton call
was the regular one. Today the con-
vention here renewed allegiance to the
national platform of 189:!, and elected
as delegates t" the 8t. Louis conven*
tlon J. M. Mnsely of Denlson and J. T,
Harris of Gainesville
1 lKli STOPS TUB Itl VKI.S
ot i :.l;li: r.
sold Fisher & Hennes
My Theresa Meek,
r. att'ys Deputy.
The governor ab
the Ministers' is
to propi rly p
Wired to C ng
>ciatlon at El Paso
the absence of any
deral or territorial,
the territory, which
inisters* at - oclation
nail Cockrcll with
.mgi*'■ ssional action,
' in 11 li i>< I
ble park, contain'n
acres, in West Oa,:
rendered today by •
firming a lower rul
ry holds that the
Nichols, and othei ,
cy acquired no rlj
statutory requln ;
apart of one or me
taining in th
ten, nor mort
Ittve to iri-
n s . H i: TITLE
is i Im Noble Carl- I
the < i:y.
20 .—The city of \
retrains title to No-
g aim -.-•t eighteen
ir ic. by a decision
ejrctary Smith, af-
e. The secrfeta-
ts, as against tho
for the setting
.. sei vationi con-
rati not less than
n twenty acres.
NAOLK AND HIS DKPUTIMS
which doubtless r< suited in Mr. Catron
introducing his bill.
The governor says that he defies Mr.
Catron or any other man to produ
he has neglected
in this matter, or
!y with the prize-
o. T. ■
Uotaford & Brewer.
Attorney for Flaiutiff.
For ti <
i w U •
11 twp 8n r2 w
iv. ing witnesses to move
ideneo upon an'' Cllltlvti-
l Ti oinos l.'owerv, John
iota of evi 1 "lie"
to do his whole
to show any co
'•I think," continued the governor,
"that Mr. Catron <> - rves great credit
for pushing the bill, but 1 object to his
misrepr entire my position In order to
ho Car an the «
BOOM IS 111 i sr
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure (lrape Cream nf Ti l#r Pnvdrr
ot.rem *«enta tlve
Feb. 20 .—The house ,
todav passed a res-
reported tonight th i
Guthrie, who h
tine , would I1
ty marshal, with hi
•of Guthrie, and
•Oklahoma < iiy, as
t^-s. and Frank <-'1
Daniel perry of ill \
•deputies in the field
Wlsby came here '
will reap some of f
furtht r said that N
•all of Nix's deputh -
thirty new men. «'
•of Oklahoma .'as
.shalshlp matter and
by Will Oct the I OS'
'eb. 20.—A ipi oial
itunda it was
Jos ph Wis-
t ii in the city
1 chief depu-
• : muel Wisby
L. Dunn of
nt chief depu-
: r of Wisconsin, to be
coir ill of the United States at Crefeld,
The following postmasters w -re con-
Iowa J. W. French a
Oregon—J. W.Mar-h, at Forest Grove
Washington, Feb. 19.—Senator Allen
today introduced a bill requiring pur-
chasers of lands granted to railroad
companies, to pay the government in-
stead of the companies for these lands,
the money to be b-Id by the government
as a trust fund until the railroad in-
debtedness to the government shall be
adjust lea ted. The bill requires a I
prompt issuance of patents to purchase j
ers complying with this requirement.
hahon dickson scot t.-i li
Thinks NansenV 111. .ry is All Wrong, to
Begin M It la.
i)—Paron Oscar Dickson }
a muni lie > nt i atron of
.n, di --.a edits the Nan-
rays ti it I)r. N'ansien's
•rent waich would carry
the p de is not generally
•ogi a phers. Put if Dr.
Nansen is right on this point, it is
hardly possible thai the same current
should have carried iiim back to th
Terrible Panic at a Masked .'all Caiiae*
Thirty.I our Dcatli*.
Lisbon, Feb. 8ft—At a masked ball
given by tin- Artists eluii of San Taren
last niKiit, Are broke out shortly before
midnight and spread with great rapidi-
ty. A terrible panic followed the first
alarm and all present rushed for the
exits-, which were S"-ni Jammed with
terrified people. Despairing of eseap-
inn by any other means, m 11. women
and children then Jumped from tho
windows, seriously injuring thi-mselves.
Friends of the revellers rushed into the
burning building, later, to aid in the
work of rescue, and many "f them were
caught by the flames before they could
make their way out again. Thus far
thirty-four 1.-•■ Ii.-s have been recovered.
Lisbon, Fell. 10.—King Carlos and
Queen Amelie will go to San Taren
tomorrow to assist the families of the
victims of tl'.e flre.
TI: numb : "f 1 dies recovered up
to tills time from the ruins Is fortv.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made
who has I
sen report. I
tin ury "C a e
h's ship aero
. . m ire
n r ceived
"Seven years ng< , mv wife tiad
it seven- hint,' trouble, u liirli pliy-
sielilll - l alleil enlisilluptloll. I 110
couiili « i > ilistri'sstiigiiiidatteiiu-
ctl witli Miittiua ot blood. Aa
iloctois did not lielp her she tneU
gle will discharge
and employ about
utral in the mar-
ook no part either
Baron Dickson thinks
has b ' n drifting In th 1
of the Ne w Sib-i ia j
winters and may contln
the provisl ns are ex lai
palling Dr. Nansen to re
The Tim- s . ays of tli•• above:
most i imlstlc vi'-w yet
I, Put in view of the meagre
•ins as likely as any otheT
thai the Fram
nek 1 ice north 1
! oris for two
ne t i drift until
isted, thus com- |
and was sitnwised at the relief it
e-ave. One bottle nf tins medi-
cine cured lier. and she. lias not
the lea ; doubt but Ayer'sCherry
Pectoral saved her life. — K.
Mourns Memphis Teilii.
Mir 8UHK TO 1IK A FAKK
Eminent KiihsIhu tJeograplilcal Authority
Sunpi mis Decision*
St. Pltei burg. Russia. Feb.SO.—At a
At World's Fair.
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1896, newspaper, February 26, 1896; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116819/m1/1/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.