The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, November 23, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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GENERAL NEWS I> BRIEF I
Conaumptlon. Too Dfcrrr a flood Shaking.
iii chill® and fever will *lre It if you don't
ov., i. . Imperial.]— take defensive me.i^ re« to t^ape the pcnodio
PARAGRAPHED CURRFNT FV/pntq Depositions taken here in the « m# ecourfe In a rem.n where it is prevalent, The
PAHAuKAPHCD CURRENT EVENTS of „r Ami.ktK R„.,.,s ,|.r.l.p som, *"♦> «" ' " ' J
, , r ' Stnnmih nin
, remarkable facts It was shown that
the Amick Chemical company of this
riranrri from 1I10 Four < nrner* of city has supplied forty thousand
doctors with l>r. Amide's chemical i
treatment for consumption, as much
as one thousund dollars' worth ol
sample medicines being1 distributed
daily. Kach patient receives a trial
outfit and an inhaler. The company
offered as evidence its files containing '
thousands of reports from physiciano
of cures covering every stage and "nilatari*
raging phase of the disease
OF THE WEEK.
fiie Tt oriel and ( ondei
I'nrbKrnplie for the ( c
General Month arrived at Cincinnati
Horace Hanson ltiglow
neaday night at St. Paul.
Some more forest fires
near Holly Springs. Mis*
A cotton growers convention
session at Montgomery. Ala.
Typhoid fever is raging In the ilrnf north(.ast
and dumb asylum of Nebraska.
stomach Bitters, which la free from any obje
tlon* applh ui lo 10 quinine, ai. i is infinitely
ujore effectual Wherever ou this (ontinerit
and in the tropics malarial complaints are most
virulent and general, the Mitten is tho recog-
nized specific and preventive. It does not mit-
igate. hut eradicates chins an.I fever, bilioua
remittent, dumb ague and ague cuke. For
rheumatism inactivity of the Uidne\s and blad-
der. for constipation, bin -n. and nerve in
Quietude, !t Is of ti e greatest efficacy, and the
unsolicited testimony |„ lis behalf of eminent
medical men leaw no reasonable doubt that it
la one of the mo-1 reliable fiiunl', n,. .ti.-inin in
existence. Use it continually und not by flu
THE TWO TERRITORIES, j Enterprising CtalckMha is putting
up qnite an iuipoKing Houring mill.
-nwrnirccinNAi aw,. ' Tho Oklahoma City High school foot
CONGRESSIONAL ANL) LOCAL hall team is aaxl to bt the best in the
J. (i. McCouibs has been appointed
U. S. Commissioner with headquarters
Pond Creek is erecting a new school
house. It will be ready for occu-
pancy by Mondav 10th.
Newt in (General of Ok lahoma nnd
the Indian Territory I'ertalnlnsc to
the Pale Pace and the lied Man.
The flour mill at North Enid is about
, , A reward of ST,00 has been offered
Medford 11 oiitting up a new ncfcool by Uncle Si, ,, for the bodies-dead or
captured Porl Tlia Col
Sarah liarnhardt will be made s
chevalier of the Legion of Honor.
Two new cases of small pox were
discovered at Washington Tuesday.
Sir Thomas M. C. Symonds, admiral
of the English fleet, died Wednesday
Judge Allen (J. Thuruian's 81st
birthday was celebrated at Columbus
The Imperial funeral tr
is on shore
* of Salet
fatally shoi, Monday.
The report of Expert Little of the
Santa Fe has been published,
ti. W. Scroggin, the noted horseman
Mile. died Monday, i
Thirteen cases of kiiihII pox were
scoveied in New York Monday.
.1. Hood Wright of Drexel, Morgan
& Co., died suddenly in New York.
Frank Netiman was murdered in
Morocco. Germany wants satisfaction.
explosion at Hrux, Bohei
Wade Hampton, commissioner of
railroad has made his annual report.
One man was killed and six injured
by the collapse of a building in Phila-
Jit. Kev. Itishop John ( lausius Kerei
Catho ic Itishop of San Antonio, died
Judge Hen O. Jones committed
j suicide at Metropolis, Ivy., Monday,
memorial portrait Family tumbles.
was presented formally to the city of
One of the sons of Li Hung Chang
has left Tien Tain with the family
The trial of Will Myers for the mur-
der of Forrest Crowley, is going on at
Howard S. Maker was Wednesday
amioiuted receiver of the Sioux t ity
Casius M. Clay, 85, and Dora Rich
ardson, 18, were married at Whitchull,
Hook Cook is endeavoring to ar-
range an internatianal race between
Yale and Oxford.
The entire business portion of Itha-
ca, Neb., was burned to the ground.
killed in an
Hal ti more, Tuesday.
The Frisco train robbers near Mo
ett, Mo., Monday night, got only $'J 1 r,
from the local safe.
Pacific, wharf with 28,00(1
I bales of cotton was burned at New
I Orleans Monday night. ,
The racing board of the Lcan^e of
, , American Wheelmen held its annual
^ The sixteenth annual meeting of the meeting Monday in Hrooklyn.
Episcopal church congress opened at
Boston Tuesday. i . . osePh Croix and Phillip Wells,
his nephew, was murdered by Indian.'
By a tire at Caledonia, N. V. Tues- the Pine Ridge country Monday,
day, James Wilson was seriously in- , .
jured and inav die. Mclntlre a Methodist preacher
in New York, in a sermon Sunday,
Hundreds of Chinese^ refugees from j boomed I)r, Park hurst for president.
Emma Zimmerman of New York has
<1 Uarber'a < oinpllmanS to
(li« Young L'ongreaanian.
On his way back from Boston Col-
onel Hitchcock stopped over n few
days in Washington, and while there
lie heard a good story. It is seldom
that tho jovial colonel goes anywhere
without hearing a good story. This
one was one of those old colored bar-
bers so numerous at tne capital—ex-
slaves who have been there for years
and claim to have scraped the faces
of every president and statesman from
Oeorge Washington's time.
One of these old fellows was an-
notating tho smooth countenance of
a newly-fledged congressman with
creamy lather which he quietly rubbed
into the skin with hil slow hand. He
was talkative, like all the barbers of
his race, and anxious to "jolly" tho
new urrival, seing in perspective a
fresh and regular patron. So ho
gazed admiringly into the counte-
nance of the budding statesman,
grinned approvingly, and said:
"Do you know, sah, you remind mo
so much of Dan'l Webstah?"
Of course the young congressman
was greatly pleased at the compliment
and he smiled visibty. Ho would have
straightened up promptly did ho not
have his head in a barbarous chan-
cery, so to spoak.
"Indeed," he said. "Shape of my
head, I suppose?"
This staggered tho aged colored
man somewhat. Ho had notcxpected
a question in reply, and had merely
laid the found.ion for his compli-
mentary bluLf, never thinking that
there would be a call for un explana-
"No, sah," ho stammered in reply.
"Notyo' head, sah. It's yo' breff."
At th.. Reception,
Hostess—What's the matter of your
friend? Is he drunk?
Van Pelt—Oh, no; he has just
finished reading a new book ou
etiquette.—N. Y. World.
building to cost 12,500.
Within the past four weeks death
.las claimed four of Guthrie's most
There hasbeen a vast are a of wheat
(own this fall ami farmers pretty g« n-
.•rally arc through seeding.
A permit law imposing a tax of one
iollar per month on non-citizen labor-
ers was panned by the Creek Couu
•il in session la«t week.
Fort Gibson stam'.s an excellent
how for the capital of the Indiun Na-
tion. Its removal from Tahlequah
would be a great saving to the cit- |
zena in way of expenses during court.
alive—of the Cook gang.
A new saw mill is to be started
in the south part of precinct three on
the South Canudist) river.
Heating. Plumbing,Sewerage, Water-
works contractors. Estimate! free.
Hertram & Bertram, Wichita.
A straw: Look out for a bill favor-
able to statehood to become operative
during the next twelve months.
The new onera house at Muskogee,
O. T was dedicated last week by the
Aida Lawrence Opera Company.
Two new stores, one bottling estab-
lishment and a wholesale cigar factory
were launched in El Reno last week.
■arnlnc It. i
There was no one at the table save |
'he landlady and Sir. Miaggs, and Mr
S. was doing his level best trying to j
cut the piece of steak on his plate.
"Mr. Skaggs," said the lady firmly,
"when are yoa ever going to pay your
"Ma'am?" responded Mr. Skaggs in
a tone of surprise.
"I didn *, know I had to," he said as
he looked reproachfully at the steak
"I thought 1 was working it out," and
once more he resumed his labors.—
Detroit Free Press.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A married man wails thus: Tho stranger was wandering help-
"Nothing maddens more than to at- lesaly along the street when" he met a
tempt to read the paper to my wife." quiet looking gentleman.
"I'll sit down and begin—it's always ' I beg your pardon. he said, ap-
sometliing interesting—and she'll be proaching him. "i* there a good saloon
seated for u minute or two. Then i in this town?"
she 11 rise and any: Not one," sighed the quiet-looking
"Go right ahead, dear. I can hear man."
Where shall I I every word." "|f4 that sc
! "Then she'll prance into the next j *'I regret t
Ueauijr and I IIIIIy.
Wife—How thoughtful you are!
And so you really bought this beauti-
ful antique rug for me?
Husband—Yes, my dear.
"How lovely ofy
"Put it in front of your dressing room and tinkle and tinkle with things ! "And there are no saloons
ease.*' on the mantel or the bureau while I "Indeed, there are, but there is not
"It will certainly look very pretty raise my voice and have to roar out a good one. They ure all bad, sir
there." some paragraph that looses all its very bad," and with another sigh the
It's a good strong rug, and | sense by that means.* good man went his way without hav-
Is it local option?"
say that it is not."
will keep you from
Tho young murderer of Constable
- arris of Tonkon, Vic Casey, is slowly
t .wept over the entire territory dying with an abbess on hi. .tomaohf
Considering the tremeudous wave
>ast week not a life was lost and th
(hip of state sails as smoothly as if
nothing had happened.
Oklahoma, and more especially the
Cherokee Strip, has been visited by a
flerce sand storm for a week, and
Thursday the sand was blinding. The t
;Ity authorities have ordered the fires
n the business section of Perry to be
extinguished. Part of the time
Thursday one could not see fifty feet.
A new paper has been started at
Okeena. Oklahoma, dubbed the Eagle.
The first screaming was over the elec-
Unless Chief Harris interferes by
pardon, commutation or respite, Eli
iiOvy, a handsome young Cherokee,
will be hanged at Tahlequah, and
.here seeins no good reason for execu-
tive clemency. Levy was convicted
ast July for the murder of Dick Smith
ind another Cherokee and has been
respited once before.
A fellow by the name of Thomas is
inder arrest for sendi ng obscene let-
ers through the postofllee at Flynn,
The farmerr have waged war upon
prairio dogs. Food Is provided satur-
ated with poison and placed in their
The count was bo close in Canadian
county that both the old parties sta-
tioned guards to watch the ofliclal
Cotton is not so profusely planted
on the line of tho Hock Island as on
the Santa Fe through the two terri-
Offlcers arrested W. S. Gardner, who
s charged with the killing of A. K.
Yoree Wednesday night, and it is re-
ported that Gardner has gone crazy i
over tho killing. The victim of the
Winchester, Yoree, wus 70 years old
tnd had no family.
the coroner's jury was that the killing
was murder. Reports ha
Ihe men have been fighting
:laim for several months.
becams blind from
tors pronounce it
Gencial Antonio Ezeta has left the
City of Mexico for San Francisco. He
says he will invade all Central Am
Mrs. Sauers (to Willy, ns minister
calls to see Mr Sauersi —Willy, is your
Willy—Yes. lie's up stairs looking
over your scrupbook .
Mrs. Saurs (puzzled)—You mean my
family account book?
Willy—Well, it s all tho same. Jie
Pete Ilirsch of Newark, N. J., who and you always have a scrap every
was convicted of outraging a 13-yeai 1 time he goes over it—Cincinnati Trib-
old girl, dictl Monday confessing hi« une.
Kinchow were taken for the enemy,
fired upon and killed.
For indifference to election out-
rages, Chicago policemen have been
dropped from the force.
Boston capitalists have furnished
the funds to start an Fnglish daily
psper in the City of Mexico.
ti Robert Downing appeared for the
first time in David tiarrich at San
Francisco Wednesday night.
Judge Halves of Omaha, whom j innocence. liolker— (meditatively) —My ex
u ge Scott sentenced for contempt. A special meeting of the Western perience has taught mo one curious
was released from jail ay. Passenger association conveyed at thing
The house of Lewis Williams, near Chicago on Inst Monday to discuss H!obb —Has, eh? What is it?
Natchez, burned Tuesday, cremating half fare rates. Bolkcr -'That tho closer a man is tho
himself and three children. i harder it is to touch him.—Buflalo
Ho—How can anyone ask if marriage
is a failure? Why, 1 wouldn't bo single
again for worlds.
She—Hut suppose I were to die?
lie—Oh, then Fd get married again.
Houser—How'd you know that De
Young had never had a ton of coal in
his life? Did he say so?
Ilinkle—No: but he said ho never
could understand why they called it
black diamonds.—Buffalo Courier.
Miss Passay—It is so long ngo that I
suppose you hardly remember that day
ou the lake when you proposed to mo
and 1 refused you? Ah! how foolish I
Jack—Yes: so was I!
A Guud Investment for I SOS.
'• W. WALTflRS PRESIDENT
J, L. MITCH, CA:iHIErt._
@ene.ral Sanding Business,
F. h Been*,
Dr. F. M. Moore,
W. II. Land,
II. J. Slmvor.
J. W Walters,
EDM ON IJ, O KI x A H O M A.
JuHN PFAFF President.
M 1VALKEK. Cashier
B/^NK ©F E©M©NB,
EDMOND, 0. T.
Does J\ Qer\eral Bar\kir\g Business
BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE.
DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE
DIRECTO RS :
G. 0. Forstrr, C. E. Edgerton, F. I). Klbby, J. I). Turner, John T'faff.
variety of wbolttoute rtsdlnf for all um
Tunnw lubicrlberi Thf Companion win t.o arnt
tne until.lauuan, i-r, «i <1 a je.ii from that da
Including Hut I'lmuk^n Inn. C'lnisinnu au<l New
Tear • Double Holiday N i
It oumaaevery wcok, at a co>t of II a year
Tut YouTH'aCom-AMo.N. Iloaton. Man
Tom—Have you au acquaintance
Frank—Oh, yes. We come down in
the electric car every morning. In this
way wo are thrown together a great
•'Doctor. I am troubled with shont>
lug pains in my face."
"Yea, madam. You use too much
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A full stock of Mens . Boys', Ladies, Misses und Children Shoe
constantly on hand ut prices that can not becqualed.
Repairing a Specialty,
Edmond, O. T.
Mr. Al. G. Hyams
Hood's Na^No Equ
"TAYLOR & DAWSON,
Hotel de Hoss.
relieved tny wifo of
wat<'rbra h nnd That i
Tlr*«t Feeling. Wo
rot Hood's Sjirsnpnrillit
on tho tablo « .. y meal tho mmr at bu nd.
au w. hv ann, with T. V ii \\ • i • ,t Bona,
It.-<i«len«-o. 4-M \ "i • ' ■ t. ii" ' «'hi...
Hood's Pills in e&3
rgi. a«?0 fAOBS ILLllhlKftltn.
i il,,. Ur«wt hn,1 llMl I («i
• **.' I puNlahiM In •«.bange
Horses lloagiit loii Sold.
West S«ooiid Streot.
I trie .NukhI
IteHtorea the Hensen
Of Teste and Kmell.
lleiilv the More*.
to <&?H II .k"
The Choctaw troubles caused l y
Silon Lewis' execution arc slowly sitli-
tiding. Tho seven other politiqal
jinrder accomplices of Lewis, recently
released on their own recognizance,
were to have appeared Monday for
trial. Up to Wednesday, however,
mt one, Daniel Hon, has shown up.
it is generally believed lhat most of | gath
.'El Keno is to lose one of her Iright-
t divines. Rev. Ned. Forrest, of Con-
gregationalist fame has been call to
There are are sixty-four Oklahoma
•diet- of k°arder8 all attired in the same style
f suits stopping as guests at the Lan>
vV-' i't that s'n#' Kansas, penitentiary.
The postmaster at Frisco,Oklahoma,
warmed to a white heat over remark*
made by a fellow townuian, up and
pasted him in the face last week.
heath by hanging id the penalty
pnssed by the Cherokee legislature
for a Cherokee citizen to sell real es-
tate of the nation to a non-citizen.
T. 1). Chenoweth, nearly seven-
ursold, living nea? Hound Pond,
red over 1.000 •bushels of Kaffir
the number have gone to the ChicUa-
law nation. The cases have been con-
tinued until the next term of court.
The Indian office at Washington has
received a telegram from Agent Wis-
1om at Muscogee, giving a brief state-
ment of the train hold-up by the Cook
?ang. lie calls attention to his form-
er requests that troops be sent into
the territory, and states that the peo-
ple are unable to protect either their
ives or property. It having been
decided that troops canuot legally be
lent into the territory, the matter
must remain with the department of
i off thirty acr
dried up—on the
but the treachero
At at early hour Thursday Fast-
Thunder and Plenty-Bird, his son.
Killed Ked-llorse, an Indian police-
man, at Rushville, Neb. The murder
was premeditated, and was witnessed
by a number of Indians, who were
trying to separate the parties. IMeuty-
Hird struck Red-llorse in the back of
Ihe head with a large club, killing j
bini instantly. Fast-Thunder then
took the club and crushed the victim's
that the battle has been fought
let all settle down t« business. Elec-
necessary, yet expensive.
The territory was placed in a peculiar
. . . „ . j position owing to the new counties
Ikiill. I lpnty-ltinl is now in jail, but hcn0(, a Btron), tffor> „.ns
I'ast-Thnndcr is still at large. The
Indian police have orders to britij_r ;tfi
him dead or alive. 1 m|
The following permit inspector- ■
have been appointed by the Creek fa
Council: (ioerge Stidham, for Eufua w,
la district: I'obert Stewart, for Wew<> OI,
Ka district: Tulwa l'ixico, for Deep (|r
I'ork district: Hen Mclntoeh, for Ok- m,
mulgee district; Hen llaigey, for Cow „„
Business men to the number of one
hundred have been arrested in Perrv alfalfa from tho
for a refusal to pay an occupation lirst vear.
tax levied by city authorities. The In all elections to much precaution
cases have been appealed to the dis- cannot be exercised in instructing
trict court on ground of the law being judges of election. In some ot the
unconstitutional. This is a parallel voting precincts throughout the new
to cases in Nebraska where decisions country, returns were brought to
were rendered against defendants ami ! county clerks in questionable condi-
its quite likely similar results will fol- tion. The law is very clear and posi-
aged by all parties, but now that
lets join hands and work for
our ter.itory regardless of party lines.
Several of the more progressive
farmers in Oklahoma will experiment
with alfalfa this fall. This crop when
«>nce started cannot be killed by
drouth nnd proves a profitable invest-
ment. The seed should be sowed up-
on well tilled soil just after a rain.
Oats mixed with it is highly recom-
mended; the latter protects the young
hot rays the
ely states that mutilated as well as
unused ballots shall be burned as
soon as the polls close, but in many
instances they were brought to the
clerk's office. In so doing there is a
offered for a doubt as to
low in this appeal.
The name Enid confuses those who
are not familiar with tho kev. The
government does not recognize the
north town and all matter is address-
rA Enid, while th« railway company honert count? hence "trouble" bH of
calls tho north town Enid I ,vhiL,h might „|iSyed by thorough
and put. south to th- other. In sen ! knowledge „„ „oi„,s nl lnw go„rni%?
m* anything to ether north or south. ,he nPW 8yRtera 0, votin(r. ,,uU in.
as the-asc may be. shot,Id be adde.l, | stracti0ns should uecompany each set
as both freight and passenger train. o( bttUota, but It seetna thia was not
stop at both places. done in some counties especially ••O."
Several U. S Senators addressed th- j The ,uwtes in Oklahoma does not
therekee legislature at lahlequah on compel a canvaaa to be made of votes
Monday, Nov. 13, upon the all absorb- a,ld H ,, probable mBndamus
ing topic of allotment and statehood, j proceedings will be applied in the new
Members of the took gang made I counties to force the Issue in order
life a burden for the citizens of Lena- | that tho newly elected candidates can
pah, I. T., last week, looting several
stores and holding up prominent busi-
S. S. Sanger, jr.. < teal or in general
merchandise at Eufaula, was closed
Wednesday bv an attachment being
run by Hibbard Bros., of Denison,
Texas, for 81.000. Assets and liabili-
There are sixteen Congregational
churches nlreauy organized in the
Strip, making a total of sixty in both
the old and new country.
take their respective seats.
A stiff northerner swept a vertible
sea of dust over the Oklahoma ooun-
try nearly all week. On Monday
night objects 200 feet away oould not
be seen. It was equalled only by the
memorable Sunday following opening
day. The country needs rain very
An Iudiau woman living
the time at least.
The new railroad to be known as
the Oklahoma Central running south-
west from Arkansas City, Kansas, and
southeast from Hunnewell through
the uew country is claimed to be an
In the district court at Kingfisher
last week a verdict was returned find-
ing the defendant guilty of adultry in
the Flckem case.
The territorial papers were repre-
sented with all sorts of illustrations j assured thing,
over election results. Some had The election in L county was of fac-
roosters l«r^e enough to put state tional nature—the north agitlnst the
oarn yard cocks to flight while others south. The former won, and now
again had 'ein standing oa their head, look out for a regular old fashioned
Mr. B. O. Olllilsnd, a farmer living county seat fight The plum now be-
west of El Reno narrowly escaped ,onf* lo Round Tond, but Medford
death oa election dav. Hi- team ran "ants it
s^sygrowing hitn out of the wagon Enid i* talking of putting in a sys
ft J.iues tem of water works •
With his fret • mirled in i
Frank—Why does Miss Morton wear
such enormous sleeves? Large sleeves
ure fashionable, I know, but hers are
Miss Spite—Have you never noticcd
Frank—Why. of course, but wliut
has her mouth to do with it?
Miss Spite—Oh, nothing, only they
say she has a habit of laughing in her
I.ady—Well, what do you want?
Tramp—Meantime pal's left a dis-
pute to you, mini.
Lady—What is the dispute?
Tramp—As to whether you looks
more like Mrs. Langtry or Helen of
Troy. We had n bet of a lunch on it,
mim, and if you'd kindly decide the
bet und loan us the lunch we'd be
much obliged. Loudon Quiver.
"Then she'll disappear again, and ing told tho stranger where to find
I'll hear her voice come out in muffled what he was looking for.—Detroit
tones from the clothes closet: ! Free Press.
"Walt a mi..ute, dear; I'll be back." —
"But I don't wuit. Maud—He has brought you a pair of
"I put on my hat nnd go down town handsome embroidered slippers, your
and read to myself all the way."—New mother says: did you give him your
"How did he get It, then?
"tJct it? Why, he has been at my
feet for a year."—N. Y. Press.
disease that science lias been able to cure in
all its btages, and that is Catarrh. Hall s
Catarrh Cure is tlio only positive euro now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional dlsuano. requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
, thereby destroying the foundat
"Jesus, I love Thy churmlng name,"
was the work of Philip Doddridge, in
1.; . Wheu this and other hymns of
the author were printed, the North
British Keview said: "If amber is the
nd "giving the patiout tfum fossil trees, fetched up and
floated off by the ocean, hymns like
these are spiritual amber."
of tli« (lit.
strength by building up the constltut
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have no much faith in its
curative powers, that thev offer One Hun-
dred Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of Testimonials.
.Vidro- . K. J. CHKNKY .V CO., Tolodo.O.
A Sure Sign.
Hotel Manager—I see you
given our best suite of rooms to a
pay the prii
Hotel ( lerk—Yes, sir; he is immense-
Hotel Manager- How do you know?
Hotel Clerk—Oh, he it very old and
very ugly and his wife is very young
und very pretty.—Truth.
"Madam," said Me
A iiiif I iii |o «. v< sncnt.
"How do you like my new play,
"Pretty well: only 1 would suggest
"And what are they?"
"Have the performance begin two
hours later and end an hour sooner."—
his request for
you sure he can food, she offered him pie. "Do you re-
metnber a year ago when ve gave a
sufferin' feller creature a pie?"
"I believe so."
"Madam, I'm that mau."
"Was it good?"
"Good! It saved my life. There was
an unfeelin' farmer that llred a box of
tacks right fur my heart at short range.
I had yer pie buttoned up inside my
vest, an' hero it is —full o' tacks, ez ye
kin see fur yerself. Tain't near worn
out, an' I won't need another ter take
its place fur a year yet.
If the Taliy l* Cutting Teeth.
s of ground of his
ver is completely
i thing is liable to
inent. This stream
nystcries of this
w 11 ii
of a .Maul
is one of the many
A meeting has been called by the
several church denominations in the
new country for the purpose of assist-
ing the poor this winter. It will be
held in Perry on November 15. All
mayors in towns of the Strip will be
invited to participate.
A fellow by the name of Sam Bar-
tell who attempted to jump a lady's
claim near Perrv recently, received a
fatal shot. Lady land owners in the new
country are prepared to protect all
thats near anil dear to them and can
handle the gun with proficiency.
Mrs. Dix—Mrs. Windmuller has se-
cured a divorce from her husband ou
grounds of cruelty.
Mrs. Hicks—What did lie do?
Mrs. Dix—Whenever she tried to muje
have a good comfortable fight with
him he went sound asleep.—Town
Brings comfort and improvement aud
. tends to nersonai enjoyment when
Washington rightly usen. The many, who live bet-
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
1 - ( expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will sittest
Literal I True ~ the value to health of tRe pure liquid
' y *' laxative principles embraced in the
Ihe ambassador from a distant remedy, Syrup of Figs.
ourt was deeply interested. Its excellence is due to ils presenting
"I am told." he observed, "thatyour in the form most acceptable und pleas-
is clothed with great power." j ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
ieen smiled. j beneficial properties of a pcrfect lax-
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
lisnelling colds, headaches and levers
ana permanently cm
"You would think so,"
without restraint, "if you could see
those six big maids of honor lacing my
Mrs. Fourth—How do you like your
Mrs. Second (with disappointment)
—Well, he's some improvement ou the
Mrs. Fourth (encouragingly)—Don't
Auctioneer —Here, gentlemen, we
have a masterpiece from the brush of
the famous painter, Schmirinsky, in a
Art Patron—I offer 3 marks for it.
Auctioneer Three marks. But, my despair, ray dear. I felt just as you
dear sir, the picture alone is worth rio allont -jn the beginning.—Detroit
that much. Free Press.
Pfso's Remedy for Catarrh gives Immediate
relief, allays inflammation, restores taste aud
srnull, lieais the sorts and curea tho disease.
Miss Manyseason—Yes. I have con-
sented to marry Mr. Uoldbug do
not love him, but I respect him.
Miss Budd—Oh, 1 wouldn't v\ ~rr-v
about that Most likely bis fee.ing
for you is chiefly veneration.—N. Y.
The wealth of tho United States is
stimated at fCO,475,000,000.
Editor—The Eagle will be very glad
sir, to boom the real estate interests of
Hawville. without money and without
price: but one thing must be under-
stood in advance.
Promoter— W hat?
Editor —When the boom bursts, the
Eagle is to have the printing of the
mortgage foreclosure proceedings.
You no doubt have several friends
in other States who might be induced
to come West if properly approached.
,There may be one or two dozen of
them. Nothing better than nicely il-
lustrated folders, with aopropriato
maps, aud text prepared by somebody
whose only interest in the matter is to
tell the truth.
If you will send to Geo. T. Nichol
eon, G. P. A. Santa Fe Route, Topeka,
Kans., a list of persons who would bo
interested in literature regarding Kan-
sas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico j
or California, he will take pleasure in
mailing to each one an assortment ,of
folders, pamphlets, etc. They are
free. Sakta Fe Route, j
ilegvmitn'* Camphor Ire wilt* Glycerine.
ii ii Ki-iium-. I Hands
surf Vac*. u>iuiior«**e. « O. Clara
She—Do you like to hear piano play-.
He—Very much. It'a such a prompter 1
lie—You saw some old ruins whilo
in Englnml, I presume?
She—Yco, indeed. And one of them [
wanted to marry me.—Brooklyn Life.
of all eases of consumption can, if taken in
the earlier stages of the disease, be cured.
This may seem like a bold assertion to
those familiar only with the means gener-
ally in use for iu treatment; as, nasty cod-
liver oil aud its filthy emulsions, extract
of malt, whiskey, different preparations of
hypophosphites and such like pallialives.
Although by many believed to be incura-
ble, there is the evidence of hundreds of
living witnesses to the fact that, in all its
earlier 6tages, consumption is a curable
disease. Not every case, but a large pet ■
cottage of cases, and we believe, fully <)$
t>er cent, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, even after the disease
has progressed so far as to induce repeated
bleeding- from the lungs, severe lingering
cough with copious expectoration (includ
ing tubercular matter), great loss of flesh
aud extreme emaciation aud weakness.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
reporied tons as cured by ' Golden Med
ical Discovery " were genuine cases of that
dread and fatal disease ? You need not take
our word for it. They have, in nearly every
instance, been so pronounced by the best
and most experienced home physicians,
who have no interest whatever in mis-
representing them, and who were often
strongly prejudiced and advised against
a trial of "Golden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to confess that
it surpasses, iu curative power over this
fatal malady, all other medicines with
which they are acquainted. Nasty cod-
liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" nnd
mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these
cases and had either utterly failed to bene-
fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for
a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey,
and various preparations of the hypophos-
phites bad also been faithfully tried in vain.
The photographs of a large number of
those cured of consumption, bronchitis,
lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
catarrh and kindred maladies, have been
skillfully reproduced in a book of 160
pages which will be mailed to you. on re-
ceipt of address and six cents in stamps.
You can then write those cured and learn
Address for Hook, WoRt.n's Dispensary
Medxcal Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
It has piven satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid-
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak*
cning thenf nnd it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug*
^ists in 50c and #1 bottles, but it is man-
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
packniT'*, also the name, Syrup or Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oflerfd.
i T.\ i'.l sin is
Butter, Em and Poultry. I,:
Pock Island' ' ', ; .V,::,
KANSAS NATION j L BANK.
Out of tovn budnmi lollclti'd. *
I A., BISHOP,
HI I n I TI,., M I ln„ In
Thp IfsnQPQ and Fuel Co.,
mic riP.iioaoharp, soft and steam coal
: ("nl Yiird. v.. >t hi.jki' - • . I'linnV- 11
jnKMSfiOM-irh:: .V; 'I;. •;
E^Successfudv Prosccutos Claims.
ri Ji I 1 a 'a t war. iiu«|ju«h< atiii 'i Uluia. ntij aUiJe!
I'.iiiMuu s 211 Million , i' ,t11 '11v" STARK
Trees PREPAID n. lywln r. 3ATE ARRIVAL guar-
anteed. I hi"vr<-at Iiuraerh s -.ejm; over HALF.
Mililuiisof (!"• i" -t tn ■•'. yo years'fx| «'rlfMice<!UQ
crow; they "live longer and bear better " See.
2d ui tun. S TARK, 14Louisiana, Mo., Rockport, III.
Commissioner S. \Y. Tamoreaux has
rendered a decision—ulta matun— put-
ting to ease the minds of those, who
during the excitement, started in the
f race from the south line of the Chll*
Minco, I. T., gave birth to four young locco reservation: setting forth a legal
red skins lust week. Their total right to those securing claims lo that
weight was twenty and one-hulf run-
pounds. The Strip towns were wreathed in
The hnid W itvc hud a head over the jubilee WedLesday night. The sue*
election returns that read as follows: cessful party celebrated because they
"Ills name is (Vnnis and so is ours."" had a right, while the other factions
ihe Wave worked fearlessly and fell joined forces through habit nnd all
game which is creditable to say the claimed a large portion of credit—for
was formerly pronounced incurable. Now it is not. In all
of tho early btoges of the di.soaso
will effort ft cure quicker than any other
known Hjiccifie. Scott's Kmulsiou pro-
motes tlio making of healthy lung-tissue,
relieves inflammation, overcomes the r xcess-
ivo waste of the disease and gives vital
PorOoughs, Golds, Weak Lungs, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Consumption, Scrofula, Anaimia,
Loss of Flesh and Wasting Disease 3 of Children.
Buy only tho genuine with our trade-
mark on salmon-colored wrapper.
Send for pan'pkltt on Scott* t Emulsion. FKEE.
Soott A Bowno, N. Y. All Druggists. 50 cento and 91.
WH OXFORDMPO.CC «"«
344 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III
BEST I.J MARKET.
11 l>T JN FIT
llEST IN U 1;A KINO
letahiR tho b«
1 In other hunt
ASK YOUR DEALER
FOR Til KM
COkCIIEKTBIt HI'(Illicit CO.
W, L. DoyciAS
S3 SHOE NOB<iULAK?N&
FflENCHi ENAMELLED CALF
_ k'iy flNECALF&KHiCAHKI
^ • LADIES •
I -*iCND ri)3 CATALOGUE *
lou can iuvp money by wearing tho
IT. L. Douglas G3.00 frhoe.
nrrnnse. wo p.ro the Inr nnnurartama of
tliljcradeufthcxaiat' utr ;,a-. l.;iinrante tbtl*
*ulue l y stamping t':o riano end prleo o
h 'ttom, which pn-tectyou r-aln-t hi hnrlc.
middleman'• profit*. o-
| Wohan. „r.
111.' ' aimipivrn than any c.ib r make. Tak«no«uli
1:11 uta. It your Uwalrr cauuut iupjily yon, we can.
W. N. TJ. Winfiell, Vol. 7«i7. '
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