The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 19, Ed. 2 Friday, January 28, 1898 Page: 3 of 5
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TO CI HI A IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxatlv lin.mn yuinine Tablets. All
Druuifists refund the money if it falls tocure. 25o
Many sermons cease to oe interest-
ing' when the dinner bell rings.
Smoke Sh'dtfo Cigarettes, 20 for 5cts.
The muddy weather was just what
was needed to give the g-irl who got a
silk petticoat for Christmas a chance.
Had the ground remained dry she
wouldn't have had an excuse for hold-
ing up her dress skirt and showing it
To Cur« Cninil|uliull I'liremr.
Take Cascarptu C*«i ly CnDmrtic. 10c or 20©.
If C. C. C. fail to curt-, druggists refund money.
The servant girls are surrounded bj
perils, seen, unseen and kerosene.
An absolute cur* foi ASTHMA has been dl -
dOToreil by Dr. Taft, « Elin St.. Kochester, N. Y. H«
is mo sure that it will cure every case that he will
■end a trial bottle absolutely free to any one
Lot's wife evidently passed some oth«
er woman and looked back to see what
she had on.
STATESMEN AND PEOPLE
READY TO FIGHT-. *
THEIR RIGHTS IN CHINA
ADVICE TO MINISTERS.
Given by a Minister.
Preachers who practise it will
Ko cltftt of people is so liable to throat
trouble as the great class who make up the
Gospel ministr y The Strain put upon the
vocal organs by constant exercise; the
■ udden change from a heated building to
the cool air when the vocal organs are in
a stale of complete relaxation; the fact
that a minister feels impelled to use his
voice when actors and lecturers would
take the needed rest ; these are among the
reasons why "Clergymen's sore throat"
is known as a special disease. The Rev.
E- M. Brawley, I). P., District Secretary of
the American Baptist Publication Society,
writes from Petersburg, Va., tfie account
of an experience of his own which is profi-
table reading to those afflicted with Bron-
chial or other throat troubles. The sub-
stance of the letter is as follows:
J. C. AYFR Co.,
Dear Si°s: Three months ago I took
a violent cold which resulted in an attack
of acute bronchitis. I put myself under
medical treatment, and at the end of two
mouth! was no better. I found it very
difficult to preach, and concluded to try
Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. The first bottle
gave me great relief, the second, which I
am now taking, has relieved me almost
entirely of all unpleasant symptoms. To
ministers suffering from throat troubles,
I recommend I r Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
"Prevention is better than cure." A
bottle of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral kept
in the house, will effectually prevent the
rooting of a cold and its consequent devel-
opement into some dangerous malady.
This remedy has no equal in Bronchial
troubles. The most stubborn cases have
yielded to its use. It is equally effective
for Asthma, Croup, Whoopiuu Cough, and
every disease that attacks the throat or
lungs. For years Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral has been put up only in large siie
bottles, at a price of fi.oo. To meet an
increasing demand for a smaller sized
package the remedy can now be obtained
in half-size bottles, at half price—50 cents.
Send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook (free) and
you will get a clearer idea of the great
value of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ad-
dress J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.
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W. N. U.—WICHITA.—NO. 5.-1898.
When Answering Advertisements
Mention This Fajp«r.
The Members of the Ministry All Talk
in I>eter mined roues — Patriotic
Song* in Concert I.alls Cheered
— Wolseley's rral.se of the
Army Pleasing— British
Out of I'ort Arthur.
London, Jan. 24.—There has been a
general indorsement in all parts of
the country of the tirm declaration by
the cfiancellor of the exchequer, Sir
Michael Ilicks Beach, at Swensea, that
the British government was deter-
mined, "even at the cost of war," that
the door of Chinese commerce should
not be shut to Great Britain.
The wave of patriotism now sweep-
j ing'over the land finds an echo in
J every public assemblage where any
! allusion to Great Britain's attitude is
enthusiastically applauded, while pa-
triotic songs at the music halls set the
The party leaders are outdoing one
another in following the lead of Sir
Michael Ilicks Beach. From the tone
which has characterized the oratory
of the past few days one would im-
agine that Great Britain was about
to take up aras against the world.
The secretary of state for the colonies,
Joseph Chamberlain, followed the
chancellor of the exchequer with the
virtual acknowledgment that Great
Britain was resolved to act in the far
East independently of the concert of
Herbert Henry Asquith, as spokes-
| man of-the opposition, made it clear
that the Liberals cordially indorsed
the government's position. The speech
of the commander-in-chief of tho
army, Lord Wolseley. at the banquet
j in London Thursday, when he as-
[ serted that if London declared war
to-morrow it could have two of the
finest and most fully equipped army
j corps in readiness at any British port
j before ships coild be ready to embark
them, has also had a reassuring effect,
I while the decided improvement in the
outlook of the Indian rebellion has
| been a great relief to the government.
The newspapers of London and the
j British provinces are unanimous in
j approving the policy of the govern-
ment in their editorial comments.
I The Times points out apropos of the
| reported opposition of Russia to the
proposed British loan to China, that
| the attitude of Great Britain in no
way depends upon whether her offer
of a loan is or is not accepted, as in
any case Great Britain will "stand on
j treaty rights and take great care to
preserve to our commerce all the ad-
1 vantages which it can justly claim.
We will not have it denied to us. eith'er
J by the establishment of customs sta-
tions or regulations favorable to for-
eign nations hostile to ourselves.
This right we mean to vindicate."
The Manchester Guardian states
that private letters from St. Peters-
burg, received by a high official in
London, says the Russian government
is much concerned at the number of
Chinese flocking into Siberia from the
northwest of China.
In spite of the statement of tho
foreign office, there is reason to be-
lieve that the withdrawal of the
British war ships from Port Arthur is
due to the great irritation in Russia
at their presence there and to the
strong representations of the Russian
government on the subject, Next
week there will be combined coal
operations at Portsmouth with the
view of testing the facilities for coal-
ing a fleet in case of emergency.
The cabinet met to-day and dis-
A Klch St. Loali Man Klopea.
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 24.—Moses
Sharf, aged 6r>, widower and reputed
millionaire 'flour dealer, conspicuous
in Hebrew circles, and Elizabeth V.
Barfuss,.25, his cook, eloped and wero
married Wednesday. 'I •> bride was
divorced from Dr. Smith of Cape
Girardeau and restored to her maiden
name in 1893. The groom has five
children and a number of grand-
A Missouri Woman Ambitious.
Macon, Mo., Jan. 24.—Miss Edna
Johnson announces in the local papars
and by widely distributed circulars
that she will be an independent can-
didate for circuit clerk of Macon
county. She is teaching school at
Atlanta. She is 22 years old, pretty
' and accomplished. Seven men are
announced for circuit clerjc, subject
to the Democratic nomination.
A Strike in the Hanna* Yards.
('levi-.land, Ohio, Jan. 24 — About
500 skilled mechanics employed by the
Globe Iron Works company's ship
yard refused to work with non-union
men yesterday and walked out. Sen-
atoV Hanna is one of the chief owners
of the company. . .
McComas Now Even With Gorman.
Annapolis, Md., Jan. .24. — The
eighth- ballot for United States sen-
ator resulted as follows: McComas
40, Gorman 46, Shaw 16, Shryock 2,
Findlay 4. The jbint meeting then
adjourned to Monday.
Governor Griggs of New Jersey Named
for Attorney General.
Washington, Jan. 24.—The nomina-
tion of Governor John W. Griggs of
New Jersey to be attorney general to
succeed Mr. McKenna was sent to the
DingJey Hill Hard on Italy.
Rome, Jan. 24.—The action of the
Dingley tariff has caused a crisis in'
the oransre and' lemon trade in the
southern provinces of .ths peninsula
and in Sicily In many places prices
are so low that the frui't does not pay
for the plucking.
Warrants f<n a Nebraska Official.
NKBRASKi Citv, Xeb.. Jan. 24.—A
warrant was issued v. - erd iv for the
I arrest of William Ebright, late super-
intendent of the institute for the
blind, ("barging him wi'h obtaining
&">00 from the state on fradnlent sal-
Indiana College Falls.
Columbus, Ind,, Jan. 24. —llartsville
university, an old and at one time a
leading educational institution of In-
diana, to-day made an assignment.
The entire property of the college is
estimated to be worth 87."',000. Lia-
bilities, 8 L 50,000.
Flowers and Scarlet Fever.
New York, Jan. 21.—The principal
of the public school at Eastport, L. I.,
has ordered all potted plants removed
from the school house for the reason,
as he states, that they are a means of
disseminating scarlet fever.
Kansas City Grain anil Live Stook.
Hard Wheat—Na 1. 86c; Na 2, 85V4S:
No. 3, 84'/,c; Na 4, 81J4C; re|ected, 76®78c.
Soft Wheat—No. 1, 95c. No. 2. 9oe;
Na 3, 93c Na 4 90c; rejected, 8'2@@85c.
Spring Wheat—No. 2, 84^:, No. 3, 81c;
Corn -Mixed, Na 2. 24'4z Na 3. 24!£c;
Na 4, 24r; no grade, 22c White Corn
—No. 2. '^Gi4c. Na 3, 25;; No. 4, '24(4c.
Cattle — ItecelpNl Gt)6; calves. 14;
shipped. 2.537 cattle; 21 calves. The mar-
ket was nominally steady.
Dressed beef and export stec s, $4.00®
5.00; native heifers, *3.40MOO, native
cows, $1.75®3.90; native leeders, $3.50&
4.36; native stockers, $3.40d 4.35.
Hogs — Keceipts, 7,428; shipped, 874.
The market ranged 5c to 10c higher on
good hogs and steady to a shade lower on
pigs. Prices ranged from t3®3.75.
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 19, Ed. 2 Friday, January 28, 1898, newspaper, January 28, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117006/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.