Claremore Progress. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 7, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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An Analysis of the Condition* which
are Responsible for It.
TOE ROBBERS HANGED
LOADING A BIG LINER
MfTTINO AWAY «U THOU—WO TONS
THS NOLO f A mnONTWL
A QUIT HOB Dm
***** ■* n>
the indivldael liability of
Although to. jail H well (warded.
■■■HnUtion* of pubjlo wrath ud ex-
sManest and in Baroalona the Spaniard*
weal to the extreme of uolnff rloleooe
« aa the oonaolate of the United Metal
aad. stoning it. bntUif lereral win-
ton la the building
Tkere stem* to have been a notable
Iswm of wgitagent and patrlotio ar-
te among the people Bandar, when
Km new* of the *enate'* action waa first
Ml* known How maeh of thl* mar
be dea to the fact of Ito being a Bandar,
With it* teoompaayiog abeenoe of ooou-
pettaa ud jratheringa of the people in
peblie plaoe* for what emnaeiaenl. en-
tertainment or exoitement mar he of-
faeed, aaa onlr be conjectured. 8uoh a
straaa at feeling a* existed Bandar. "
it eca tin set for anr great length of
Ma*, eannot bat afford a eerious men-
Bee to the peaceful relation* of the coun-
The Spanish anthoritte* *eem to hare
felt apprehension* of th* form the peo-
ple'! wrath might take and prorided
aofsgusrds for the suppression of dis-
orders and especially for the protection
•f *nr official representative of the
United State* government. The prepa-
ration* or th* gorernment an not all or
a peaceful character, however. It i*
significant mat th* minister of marine
ha* issued order* for the training in-
struction vessels to be prepared to aall.
It i* regarded a* probable that thi*
(qoadron will proofed ahortlr to Cnba.
It ban also been ordered that all other
Warships available be fnllr armed and
equipped and pat into conuitiou for ac-
> linlHiil br
th* withdrawal at ooafliotiag
mania, *o that oaly three vote*
The ftnt di*po**d of the
Maolntioo of Mr. White at California.
1 oodon of eoagxes* to a re-
quest on th* president to grant beUigw-
enoy, Thi* wa* tabled—47 to IS. The
amendment of Mr. Allen, direoting th*
president to reoagni** the Cohen re-
public a«- independent, met like a de-
feat—63 to 17. Then oama the '
rote, a* above reoorded.
The resolntioa adopted read* a* fol-
"R *olr*d by the sens**, the hOMs
oonconring, that in the opinion of oaa-
gte«* a condition of publie war exlata
between the government of Spain and
the government proclaimed aad for
Mt time maintained br foree of anna
br the ]«ople of Cuba, and that the
United .Stat** of Amerio* aaoald main-
tain a strict neutrality between the con-
tending powers, according to each all
the right* of belligerent* In the porta
end territory of the United Statea.
"Resolved, that the friendly office* of
the United State* should be offered by
the president to th* Spanish gorern-
ment for the recognition of the inde-
pendence of Cnba."
The senate then adjourned to to-
Mr*. George H. Plowmen died
Dallas. Tex. uare was no use lor tna ones
Michael Scholts, a merchant at Moke any rseietanoe, except by .
Brownsville, Tex . wis assanetnalad by snasion, against such a determined set
en nnknown person. at men, aad to make matters short, it
Tnmk Schnlta wa* dangerously wa* dangerous to resist by any display
••ebbed by a negro at Pine VUlsy, Tex. of arms.
The staee department is informed that At 8:4a o'clock the fireball tapped
ta°a pistol shots wore flred.
1 r. ■« -«m. powder k«*.
Cquads of ui n broke for the Jail, com-
lng from all directions. It seemed that
diatingolshed tms thoeaands to be «
ear day in tkestaeeta of New York.
Thi* aosee en the dock* from the time
of th* arrival at a freight ship antil its
departure is of the *ort that com par*
tivsly few ever see, bat is well worth
the seeing of aJL We all of a* her* a
■■spicks that the docks are the (temp-
ing ground of certain maraaders, aad
•very boy who reads the tctloe of hie
class can tell lively tales concerning the
exploits at I be wharf rats chased by Old
Hleath, and in a vague way wa know
when we stop to think of It that thne
mast be a tremendous amount if mer-
chandise ant over see* to and fru, bat
in order to realise the truth intelligent-
ly one must see it a* it I* portrayed iu a
rah—Bnta Wear Checked—'Tcsdowj as
h Ikdr Merits which Ctmmaads
They are Richer Food for Blood and Nerves than
Quantities of Beef and Bread.
John Ritchie. Jr.. of Boston saya that
ciflc under the California
Mr. Stanford held 144,887
the Central Pncifto a toes and It was
olaimed by the government in inetitut-
lng its son that the government wa*
daj^at the docks.
the freight steamship Missis-
sippi, plying between New York and
Isoudou. arrived at her pier in the North
river, she had tbr** day* in which to
discharge bar cargo and be again laden.
It was overdue, and the merchandise on
the dock awaiting th* v*m*1 wa* com-
ysars, aad kis asrveas q*ia tnh gere
way ander ths strain. Hs vss fats* I* re-
tire hu regalar work si ths phuas, bet that
did ast han the eShrt sf Issarevtae his ess.
eral private pension bills were agreed
William SchatTer of S J j—ph, Mo.,
shot himself. He may die.
James Burwell sliot two men to death
at a dance held near Henderson, Tenn.
Prinoess Troubetsskai ( Amelia Rives)
is ill at her father's homo at Char.ottee-
Rival Republican factions created a
THE HOUSE STANDS PAT.
Met rmiitNsS kr the D .mi,a
Ma*e by Um spaalare*.
WsBHucotoa. March 8.-Cube libra ! at 81st«r"lto*.~w*re"d
had a field day yeeterday in the house. . |«8.7oO.
Despite the war talk from Spain the | Iowa silver men in h
strn^irang patriots iu Cuba were eulo- parties d*olare the* >v
gis-d and sympathised with in a 8 hour lean i unlet* th
debate and too rules were then sus- *'on' ,nT
In sedition to this, abont 60 I peniied and the reso.utioas, presented
available for the j by the house foreign affairs oiinmittee.
government service will be provided I wei-e mlopted as a substitute for those
with naval armaments. For the mill- | th® «nat« by au overwhelming ma-
tary branch o tue ecrvioe a fresh ex pi- jority—263 to 17.
(tition of a-j.lKM in aniry and 5000 car- j An analysis of the vote show* that
airy wul be equipped and pat oa a war 'SS Rcpublioans, TO Democrats and 8 _^ m
footing end will be kept in readincsa to Popuiieu voted fnr the re-o.nuooa and ' nounn scne at a county wJventTon1 at
leave on the shortest notice. * 1- publicans and b Democrats against Belma. All
In view of the excited stat* of tlfe them.
public mind the United States legation j The debate * kich preceded their
in this cuy has been plaood under adoption was aniuiaMd and breathed a
special snrvei'UauOf of the polioe. ] spirit of liberty. At times it was ex-
The student ciass seem to form a | ccedinKiy dramatu-, espeoiaily whsn
large proportion of th* inflsmatory ele- ' forebodings ot war were uttered, tat
ment whioh is maxin? so much noise, i there was no stemming of the storm
The stndente or this city are busily at tide. The settling of the scene was
work to organixe a great demonstration j brilliant. The galleries were black
of protest ugainst the vote of the United j with people attracted by the prospect of
Stales. At Valencia all the students of I the stirring event. Representative* of
thi* university paraded the streets and I foreign conntnei filled the diplomatic
then gathered before the United States gellcry. Tne enthusiasm of th* mem-
eoomlate shouting "Death to Uncle bcrs sud the spectator* ran riot several
8am;" "Viva Spain," and "Long Live times and the opponents of the rerolu-
the Army." . tiomsts cat but a sorry figure when
A high degree of popular excitement tin y attempted a coonlerdemonstratiou.
in this city was at all publio places. After the house disposed of a few
Th* bands at numerous cafes made it a minor bills Mr. Hill, chairman of the °' the Bepa.ulo convention will be held
point to play only national alia, and foreign affairs committee, arose. Im-
evidently they could have chosen noth- mediately a hush fell upon th* hous*.
li* moved to suspend the rules and pass
ti>. resolutions reported by .he bouss tb*_io*'
foreign affairs committee for recognis-
ing Cuban bolligerenoy.
The resolutions are aa follows:
Pwrin's cornel 1* moving awsyfrom . 1 roll«,t |,8,MT.OOO from th*
th* earth. Th* hid" wa* hanged first end then S-nfnrd "> • reaching high to the roof. The
Captain D. «. ShM of Mexioo. Ma. 'oUow^ | This oontention wM rested by Mm | ««Vf<Jb'r*n^t ^ .^■'---^^1
V'm . w. „ , , . Oo'o" ''" *ss swungupsaid fornia oonatitutiou *as not seirexecnt- every sort «er* there—the staplw of
Indictm^M brought sg*Jn*t Colon. wM E.m*r Uwi. and that iD|r an l on ti e plea thai It was ths industry, ti * sumptuo« requirenmit.
Barn side charging embeulemem of his parenu lived at Neosno. Mo. intention at en in gran-in r aid to ! of lasury, the hnmbtaM neMMiti*^ the
refi' eneuts of the sybarite. Th* want*
of the animal nun .were forcibly illus-
trated by a great bulwark of 1,800 balea
of bops, doomed ultimately to slake the
thirst of th* bibulous; 17.000 sack* of
floor, Mich weighing about 140 poonds;
1,000 sucks of coffee, each weighing
abont lo0 pounds, besida* a mere trill*
of 200 tons of fresh meat. That anas- I
smiling element in domestic liappiu***
known aa lard wa* very much In evi-
dence here, being formulated Into a cu-
linary monument of 8.000 «8 pound
pails. A sequence of idee* call* oar at-
tention to a stolid heap near by—#00
tons of pig lead.
Space would forbid aa enumeration
of the dress fabrica in a limitla** varie-
ty. all ueatly boxed and leeming some-
how expectant of the European trip,
from which mast of them, alas! will
never return. Bat our interest centers
in the cases of furs, some of which are
marked in flgurea that arouse our re-
spectful admiral ion. Here is one marked
witli a dignified "1," followed by four
ciphers and preceded by the mighty
symbol which is the secret or open
source of most human activity. The
next cane also is msrked #10,000, and
two watchmen sit upon these boxes by
night and by day—solemn, apprehen-
sive. guarding their employers' business
with the scrupulousness exacted by a
And here is a sight to gladden Orpbe-
' heart—a huge oollection of musical
possibilities in packing cases, inchoate
melodicj of the future, for here are co-
Th* prevalent Baledlr* of dimbatlse af
ths vftal powers, aad** physical Iktlgu*
sad asatal exhaustive, an to-day eagagiag
the careful attention of the most etsieeal
pathologists. Their prvvak-eee is ascribed
is paboalaf through sIcohoHT dmr
oplana tainted and adslterslad foods, <me-
taiainsted water,the viatiated alamphsrssf
towns, the ooatinuoosjarand ramltl# ofrail-
nad traias, the S^hiagrf eUclri. l%ht^| ^jA'/ lir^ii^kl,^|,M m Z
lbs elaagor of street can, the Jingling of driinrisl had givsa kia aa i- ilalMis
telephone hells, Uis vertigo producing chela, «lth dtawea aad iheir raaasdiM, a '
*f lofty buildings ami s«ilt elevators, Iks I ^ hu^lrt tli eSUfi "***
perpetual noises sad shining sights of city •• After as oral weeks' iam
t sctivlties. Ilie siinp-1 by >e phyricisa." said Mr. (
ii cflortoflhnmMous could notlcc no Imprevciaeal fcraiy eoedi-
Uivthiiig, 1 Ihiak I was eoesider.
streets, sit the o
lest .if which Im
hed ably i
rj , sny
one.' The aetioa of ay luags had
. ,...i . i... T .*iu
11 was afraid I* walk
. in.o--i -t-d for fear of lalliae.
t!ihjii)tli low of r.-spiratioa. * - —-
able In < nntaia myself I
hut ' ad always take
150,000 gorernmeat fands were quashed.
Born side having become insane
Ei-R*pro**ntative B*vi*r of Indiana. Crawtord weakened and' pleaded fw
oommittad suicide at Niles by sending m,
ab^°hUbr^ . M. , 1 Tha mob both swinging to the
Nick Crews, a student, wa* pahlioly
disgraced at the Stat* Normal at War-
nnsburg. Mo., for dru*c*nuei*.
Parent* of refractory *ia:ienta at the
Miasouri Slate Uuiversity nmrurinly in-
dorse th* action of the faculty.
Frederick Brialol, a youth indicted at
Utica, N. V., on a charge of murder,
died in the Jailor's residence.
George P. Riohei of Mum, Mo., is
The hnsa. d.wnterf th. 4.. .w_ He W<*ntly sued for a divortw.
The house devoted the^ day to the leg. utempted suicide and became insane.
islative appropriation bill and oonaidsr- I George Carson and Sindey Manning buried late thai evening by the sheriff.
able pragrws was mad*. | wiU be brought wrst to be tried on Elmer Lewis had 127 in gold and sil-
At th* night ****ion of th* house **v- charge* of roobing th* poaicQlce at ver coin in his pocket when captured
Springfield, Ilia. and John Poster had 9109 in his pocket
The proposed joint parade of th* beeid** the money Ihev carried away
,h" B?nv ,° v'"'"' trom «h" in the saok. While th*
and .x-Confedcrates at N,w \ork is bank officials hsve not yet been able to
0 tt •. W . ' id.mtify this money they think it must
The Hughe* hotel an < .>. r building ( beloug to th«m, as they are yet about
died onr*ing Ood and the Ca%n Pt.:ac oo noany to pa. it on
man and was nervy to the la*, bu. mtnoliamd ^nt fr m th. fori, g of
which other goverunirit aidnd rnails
The case wt . broug't oHginelly Iu
the circuit o art for tii" Ct.ifornta dla-
WICMITA FALLS LYNCHING. j triel whicu <iee:sion wis favorab e to
Tae Dediae Cat Owwa ae« ' stlsS Lf Mr*. Stanford and waa tn*n app ai*d to
the L-eeaiy AwthweMlesb lhe olrrn" «■« of appeal* for th*
Ninth circuit where the decision was
also against ne government. The gov-
srnment app-aied to the Uuited Statea
supreme court and aoon after the oaae
was dooxetsd. a tuov < waa Moored for
it* advance. This motion being granted
the argument was made daring Jan-
uary, eminent counsel app arlng an
both sides. The salt has attracted great
attention from th- first became of the
effect the decision will have on th*
central pacitio stockholder* and also be-
c into the fortune* of tne Stanford uni-
vcrtity will m determined largely by
Wichita Falls. Tex , Feb. 29. -The
bodies of Foster Crawford and Elmer
Lewis, known a* "Th* Kid," who were
lynched here by a mob on Wednesday
night for ba:ikrobbery and murder, were
out down early Thursday morning and
Lias. !$.>j0 short.
WHO ELMER LEWIS WAS.
■e Live* la U las carl aad Always Ae-
saa>*d He Was a Had Maa.
Nxoboo. ito., Feb. 3f>.—The news of
th*> banarobbery at Wichita Falls, Tex ,
in which Elmer Lewis, formerly of this
plaoe was implicated, and for which
he was lynched, lias created a stir in
this city. Lowis was a son of Jamea
L -wis and had always lived here until
about a year ago when he w.-ut to the
Territory. Liter he returned and left
last fail, taking with him his cousin.
Mips Lula Hunter. He was never known
to 1m engaged in lawlessness to auy
couMquence, but always wanted to oon-
vey the idea of being a bad man and
ingmoreto the tasta of their usually
gay and careless customers,aa the patri-
otic music unfailingly aroused the
gr**t**t enthusiasm within hearing,
all rising and standing uncovered while
th* band* played amid shout* of "Long
Liv* Spain!" and "Down With th*
Indian Agent Wisdom will soou dis-
tribute about $330,u<«, due on Cherokee
Tnoma* Shirook, Republican, waa
elected state treasurer of Maryland to the uews caused no great surprise,
succeed Spencer Jones. Democrat. i His father is master mechanic in the
The United Slates Leatheroompany's Neosho foundrr at this plaoe and for a
rep >rt showed a surplus, after paring number of years has b^eu leading i
dividends, of #6,470,000. quiet life. a.though he was imp.icated
It is now reported that Antonio Ma- ln " highway robbery in thi county a
ceo is not dead, but is wonnded numb r of years ago. for w nch he
N. Clauasea. a baker of Sau Francis- "erT"1 * "'',,ence ''>• '« ' a-y.
00, aboi his wifo dead. The aathontiei of Wichita Fal.swor
James R-ed of Sheffield, Ills., .hot athori='ld the '•
his wif* three time* and committed burial, stating that he would p. y
•uicidn. 411 Notruau 19 cnown of tue
tr . ,1 . .... , , wheroahonra of th - toud* w<>iu m he
f ~lleIT' hmTt h?r fro.il here with 1,'im.
formed the I. niversily of Indianapolis.
It is announced that tbe Gran t Army Arkuaaa nobbsrs Uaesacht.
Littl* Rock, Feb. 38.—The robber*
in St. Paul tbe first wsek of September, who attacked the M.-rchanu aud Piaut-
A span of the government bridg*ooo- <"*' bank at Warren, Ark., have not
nacting Davenport and Rock Island wa* been captur«L Tnu have b en trace i
bv a post* to near Kordyce aud tne
Sedalia, Mo , women organised an chances of t capture are fair.y good.
auxiliary to I he board of trad* to push There is no clew to their identity. Two
the oily's claims for the state capital. of them were apparently Mexicans and
th* third an American. Reward* ag-
CHARQED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT.
Aa Ks-Caahter si a Wsss Hsak Ar-
raatod by I ailed Mates Aalksrltka.
Waco, In.. March 3— John Pat
Hassey was arrested here yesterday by
the United Stales uuthorilie* charged
with embezzling, obstructing and mis-
applying i«W of th-> funds of the
Farmers ai^-l Merchants' National ban*
while cashier. W. It Tucker was also
arrested chaiged with aiding Mr. Mas-
sey. They —ill be taken to Dalla*. | bic <eet g*lore of organs and pianos.
Both are promiuou. men and their or- i Thcfe and an infinite variety of other
rest created quite a seas. Hon. (things ate Included in the technical
phrase measurement goods, merchandise
Oiv.-n ronr Tears. shipped according to its balk in boxes,
Houstoji, Feb. 2j —On Jan. 118 laat and tbe total destined frr the Mis«is.sip-
Mikx Hyan and John Da toj, two gam- i pi the other day Was 1,000 tuus, each
biers, had a quarrel in a *.oon. Sher- j ton standing for 40 cubic feet,
iff Erichsoti previted ths fight and j But there were other points of inter-
•earched botti men to set they were not e*t beside* tbe dock itarlf. Tlirte boat-
armed. Ryan walked ont of the aaloon loads of grain wafted near at hand,
.11 hilt t >
' 1 has !•-'
whhe Dai ton remained there talkiag.
In . a feur minutes Ryan returned,
slipped in ti' back door and without a
word ot war ng shot Doltoa dead. Th*
jury Thursday gave Ryan a 40-y*ar
^hooting mt Oallaa.
s. Feu. ,'S James L. Wood, a
abont 8-1,000 bnshels, en t<>nte for for.
eign lands. Class to the grain were its
natnaul destroyers, horses aud cattle,
which neighed and bellowed and snort-
ed aud pawed in a fine peripatetic
frenzy. These ire taken in tlirungh a
porthole from tbe boats on which they
arrive, whence a steep gangplank leads,
and tbey do some ground and lofir turn
full hy th« ti
CmI mid fxi
in«vriu eof n-
new p.fleetiot .
«wt lhe pr rtVftic* of |i
«lf**jr and hal>liif t, of ncn
drafurai and pri iiialurv old
teraot |iureMunt utraiii on the nerves and
to rrplmiah Ihr w«ir and tear oa th« brain
eauatd by erery line wr r.*nH or write, every
IWce Wf we. every eon venation we carry on,
avery perne wa perceive, every noise wa
hear, every imnreniion we ret-eive it pre-
cfaely the province of !>r. William^' nnk
with n i.iftkin* or
Is I *** le lals ** .
*iis Williams' Pink Hill*.
aa tlitm, even though lh*y klllwl sac. __
-ie theyilidut kill uic, but 1'ss aal gulag t*l*3
:cr. you that tie y rurnl ns iaimKlistely, sav
:cr >-*•• wiui anii'h txoarrions far that. Ball
- i„t|. hail not taken s fell boi beftwr I fell * gnat
i tx- relief. My r>-s|>imti a was raors ssftaja, I
<-ll; i I\■ s manifest in the wasgradually ri-gainingeaiitrolgf ssyaerv**
ast'ie •..:il*sy brtii?'asdjfiinK||
!<•," the In'-r.-asv ..f h.urt dis- well. Now I had ukra Jusl three boxes or
* roi io** dentnl them when I roinidcred ssjrself seared ■*■.
ightedncas find And I was riirhl, for althuagh I quit Ukiag
the Hits, I did not relspw lata ay fanner
condition, hut grew stronger dsily.
"It was truly a insrvelous cure, aad I will
say thai I think Williams' Pills nosares as-
msrkable curative properties, sad I would
rerummend them to the use of ths |lasas4
of |a<opl* of this rttv who are i
reeks, ar whs sre suasriog froas f
di .igred the lungs."
Pills for Hslr People. Tli.-jr s_
to fill the void in the n .iinshiaent ot*" tlx- The forecnlne Is bnt o...
aerves and brain that an i mount of choice* ful cun-s thst have I-en . mlitsd la Dr. Wi|.
«ond mil till. Iu a eoii.-.-iitrnt«l H.rm is lisms' Pink Pills for Psle Prnnla. T'lnasn
iaBnjlrly.richt-r food fur the blood. i>d lhe whi< h her toCm- Imvc heea kiipfused t* he
bWl is the life of th- m-rvrs, titan in vast
quantities of lieef and bread.
It is generillr airrerd that a man's physt
eal conditio,-i is dc|ien<leni. to a rrest degree,
■poa the nature of his employment Vlcn
whose oceupsrion neeewiutes the constant
■seof the lirsin, wiihout say apportanity
ss readily as the most Irifliug lilmrats
mouy eaaea the reported earra have ban
mviwtinted l.ytlie leading arwapapers aad
verified in every po—ii le manner, sad la no
-—; -—-, —. —j 11 j esae baa the 1, ssl a- oiblaaee of fraad heea
Hwjphysleal nereise. srs generally nerTous, dise.ivered. ll-eir :w has spread to the
while men employed at manual lslN.r r.-- fir ends of cirilisut >n sn.1 there is hardlv a
qaicing no esereise of the hralo fbnctlo.-i drug store in this country or abrsod when
sre slmoat universally pnwem«*t sr.ui:'! the y cannot he f.«in-'
dth^ev™* *"■''* d l«'rbed by . I r. Williams' Pink Pilla eonteia, la a
t Vi"-ki?F "iustrsilon of till* principle is We ^l'^hn^T^ JhTJIKi
fonD«l in the nur of Professor < fH.r>^ K. and rratore ahatten-d nerrra. They are an
Caienian, who la a i rofwonal planirt. and ui.tjilin* av^ifie fnr au< h «liaeaaca aa lorn.
nt yearn, a drnir- Mtaxin, i«artinl |«n1v*ia, (He. Vltaa'
at lJWn Itn. tlain e. «rUt e«. neur.liria, rl eumatbm, *enr-
who wa*. until wifhin
Hint. Profewr < <.l«*ni
ehanan Mtr -ef, Sun Fi
known here aa a pi an ...
aotue of the inoct popuhir
eity. Mr. Polernan I
frame, and he haa l e.
•i.iseo. He la well h.wil.ch- the i fl. r effeet of la grippe,
t, havintr pLve.1 at palpitation o^ the heart, pal., and aaUow
ir niiime halU in the com pie* ions, all fttrinn of nvnkncaa either is
ot a man of .tronr male or female. pink Pilla are said bv all
in rssy prey lo the drah-ra, or will he acnt im«t paid aa receipt
Y. ,"f hl" *°,k ,h* "f I'fce, flu eenta a has. or irix base* iCr
lie has had to play n.ntjnuonsly for m..vi, l.y ad lres.inr Dr. Williams
ry evening lor tivs Cooipauy, Sclituectady. N. Y.
several hours during
Wood flre i i
shooting hun once in tbe
wound is n. serious. Woo l
family wer- b .arduig with Manning j whlch is called,'after them, "the cattli
aud aouie iiu.n din^oM l<i VVuod'a deck, bnt abtmt 200 of them are put on
moTing ont o.«aaod - 1 • ...
Now, aad K-lword j bl ng and niacft whinnring and lowiug
a tercauon here an.l , before they gat safely up it. There were
tiuiea^ al Manning, jj; horse* scheduled, anil tbe tuilr of
n- I'M" I the cuttle Wttg jjg fho majoritr "f
aid his | thee* are located on tbe main deck,
„ , . ... . . Mr. and Mrs. A- W. Patterson _
R-Molved, by th* houa* of represent*- joad at Madison, Wis. They «r « ting $1200 hava been offered for
tive* (tbe nenat* concurring), that iu left a note saying that UMy had resolved thalr eepture. Both lha wounded men
___ the opinion of congress a Mate of war to oommit suicide. *hv , but there am small hope*
If Hanni* Taylor, the United States i « ■«* in Cuba, the parties to whioh an An American Protective aasooiation 01 Mr' Ooodw'u'« renovary.
ministaa to Spain, had gone to th* opera entitUd to belligerent rights, and th* oounoU donounoed Mayor D-vis at Kan- up"or ire
Baaday evening hi certainly would have United State* *bould obnrv* a strict us City for manipulating the adviaorr c
had a verr unDle^aanl time lis did ' neutrality between th* belligerent*. board of the American Protective aaso- «raa* Caau,. ■ um NsMa, with
' . . . AiatifMi fnr nnlittMl w .* *.*.
■HH TW7 UUlMUsWll IM UiU "/ e — — • ... . .
But attend, as it wa* expeoted he would , Hsaolved, that oongreaa dapiore* lh* P"1'"®*1 (pnr^9*
Ao, ud s4 th* bo*tii* demonstation destruction of life and property caused
to nothing. United State* Mini*- ' bT th* war now waging in the island
lav Taylor, la fait, *p*nt the *v*uing at *od believing that th* only permanent
| *ol ntion of la* ooo teat aqually ia th*in-
Lms of Ufa.
Ai.Ba.ir, March 8. —The earliest
breaking up of the ice in th* Hudson
, _ .. . , . I riv*r in 126 year* waa attended in this
and th* lo** of on* lif«. The lower
B*v. D. L. Moody beoam* ill nt
Belma, Ala, aad canceled his aouthero
IKo-l of Mia Waauts
Daj.Las. Marco A —Ed w ni Mini ing,
who was sn Ki.-lsy oy . s U
Wood, dien -••n iay 'tom .. o*
oanaad by inu a i i aua aiui ^o.-ou-
Tko Carls < astlkMm
of th* oomni s
aided to bui.
fcuruet gram e. i
granite were pisani
the Texa* stone, on
awarded the Uurnei
I. Ai a -i - t ng
o urt it ws >ie-
nit.tr y of
Kill** * klU Itoa.aliag
DaU.sH, P. b Itl - Ds.-uiy Constaoi*
Bauderaou snot aim allied W. W. Har-
ford, a negro, her* whiie resisting arm**.
nam* Aulni, Ark. Ail warn mortaiir
Tbe lonrsKQMt hat iaanad aa order | of Spain, the people of Cnba and won^ad.
prohibiting th* various demonstrations | « >er nation, would b* ia th* Miabliah j Ths PaclOc Cable eompany haa ln- p*" °* tfco oi'r '* «wip etely sub- ,
whioh have been planned br atudent* i ment 01 ■ gov*rnm*nl br th* peopU ot croaaed it* capital slook from 1100.000 Dler?*d A ,>f flTB w— retcaed e^acicr and wuen two offloors an
and this order is taken to mean that lb* I °uh*: it is th* mom of coogra** that to 110,000,000. from beds floating in tbe room*. A preached him, puiled hi* gun and at-
government do** not at nil approve of 1 government of the Untied State* Mollis King and Berry Foreman war* # Tear-old boy was swept into the river ' lempied to snore t i«m.
Um eonlie lakto flaterdaj night 1 ebooid viae ite good offljea and friendly ooo rioted at Fort Buiitb, Ark., of bar* LiMingborg and drowned. loo ia
Bandar aad a**a la It dangvr at earn- ' in<la*noe to that *ff«ji. | leg murdered the woman'* husband. . piled 100 f**l high on Haerou island and
JJI^SI^. and sinliiiMsiiisiils for it Is I Baaolvad, that the United State* ha* I Kaaaa* negro** propoa* to urge the a gorge ho* formed at Stuyvesanl The
^te pa***at situation. I not intervened in th* struggle* between "endidaoy of *g Consul Walter, recently Mew York Central, Delaware aad Hua-
Tfct gawd about lhe United State* to*! *n' Europsaa guvarnmaols aad their ' ®"r*noh Pri«'0. '« i" son and slectric railway trucks on both
gaMoa, eofar a* wae nan. ooasteasd at
onlr • few pnllas—n. bat a ion* of ISO
gendarme* I* kept oouMantlr teadr ia
aa adjeoaat heues in oaM of any dent-
naairttiaa balag mad* against th* lega-
atea. la eddittea the author! IWa tea-
dated te MinUter Taylor a guard of po-
Mae at the aatsanae to hi* private rat-
dsass, bat Mletotat Taylor damlned the
At ike oesteaarr baLArbt ia th*
fleeede Terra*, than wa* tae kiaant
euHeteent. hot no earioas raaalte.
tern*, how*v*r, >roaa«4*d to the har-
1 mutter atefee abuauag for
atuwcaiNT womts or oubans.
oolotnes on this ooaUneut; bat from the
I aides of the river betwei
. M ■aiaua w tue atTwa iwiwoon UHV I
vary olo* lalatioa. bettg^.. 'ha paopi* ! M-rill S* ivocaJ^g Oer- ! b'ook d ^ ice and trav.1 cat
of the United Stales and t. te Caba ^hoda for the regulation of the " §om" ,lm* The waierworka
in <xina*nn*nn* at lis prosinuiy aad the j liqi ~ k"'"'— "* °"'t"— **"'—
building at Balh-on-the-Hadaoa waa
extant at eommeroe between the two j The remain* of Mr. L A C>p*land . %od ,he "P«i «endent bad e
T - 1 a a, - T . * narrow eaonna from death. PesMnnM
peoples th* praasnt wag le entailing who died after a *urg:cai o|*raUoa la
such loaaea oa th* people of the United i >1 Louis, wer* Interred at Mario*. Ilia.
State* that congress is of th* opinion There wa* a vi.1 >ui light between a
that the government at the Uni lad boaconstrtotor and two wild botrs la
State* should be prepared to protect the Burns' animal store at Hew York, and
legitimate Interest* at iTitrliTaitt by
OCTTIN« IN QOOO SHAPL
BUI Pass s tta aaaase HtMta.il
■nag Ken *a the Havy.
Waaamoroa, Maruh (.—The eea
haa paaaad a Mil for aa iaeseees at Mm
navy by 1000 eaUsted m«e,for eelllag
ont aad aaliattaaat at the aaval militia
iaaaaaof s aargaoiy ead fag the ohar-
ter of troop treaafort ahips 1* aaae af
Mr. Bale, trho erged Ike MB, eeM he
did not thi k wet wet lmalnant. bat
ia vtew of the eeaaes of lha United
Oiaey haa *eeakee« eehlg Om Mtato-
ter Tartar the* lhe gWsht ef
Miss Kate Haahman oommlttcd aal-
cid* at Bed hud, Ola
WaaatKOTOS, Feb. W.-Thomaa P.
Morgan, ex ootataiaateaar of the Die-
Met of Colombia, ditd el his reaidenoa
la this oily.
pwi, Keh, M M —Bear Admir-
al Joaeph r. Yffe, D. B. M.. mtaed.
died hate after ea illaaas at ehoat three
tea. father of Thewa A. Bdisoa, dted
fcg af*d >i year*.
*iw Yoas. Marsh t-Tbe
narrow eaoape from death. Paaaeagete
from here for the eoutb linv* lo be
transferred by way of Gotnain.
Maagtag la arfcaaaaa
Va* Bcang, Feb. SB -Pruit I Turner,
colored, wa* hanged bare Friday for
the murder of Robert Ha wains F«h IT
ISM. Be was composed to the laat,
and ia a short speech oa the gallow*
stated he had been uajaatl? oouvioted
He prayed and also Joined in a song as
the trap waa sprang. Ris neok was
broken aad he died without a atruggle.
Biiwiiib Mo., Pah. Jnha Nel-
son waa haaged Friday ee PaJmyre.
this eouuty. for the aanter of Johu
Dau-ao, ^asoh l—Jfl W. E'oord.
apioanrof Palleaead a reapected altt-
esn, died Friday Bight after aa lllnaaa
ef 10 Wssks. Bs waa a native of T*a-
mmm aad wm *> years eld.
CntcrggATt, fWh. IT.—The esse ti
William Wood, who 1s mlgaal up in the
antu April iC aad the bail wes redeeatf
Kltua hy a Teal a.
CoMAHCRl. Tex., March I Ivef
Brown, 11 rear* oid. wa* run over br *
freighttrain while aitampting to Jump
on % (lamar whiie in mattoa aad wa*
WsautxaTje, March A—Th* pr
d*at h*s nominated B. O. Waltaay to
be postmaster at Bowie. Tax.
A Hlaarte Wig
Pmfe*eor Brbnslicb—I don't know
what's tbe matter with me. doctor. I
am parpetnallr limping today. Is it looo-
motor ataxy, I wander?
Doctor—Wbv.profeaoor, fan are walk-
ing with on* foot oa tbe curbatooe and
the other In the gutter.—Lett ige Blatter.
MxnLDiAK, Tex, March I—Rafus
Barker, eharged with the killing at
. Dyer, ha* bsea acq allied
1896 MABCH. 1896
U. Mo. 1 Th.
2 \ 3
tbe upper deck, where they are given
air without stint.
Tbe hading and unloading are carried
on alternately. As fast as a hatch is
clcared out it is filled from tbe materi-
als swaiting carriage. There are several
hatches ln all, which penetrate tbe up-
per deck, tbe main or cattle deck, the
steerage, tbe orlop and tbe lower bold.
The upper two are devoted iu great part
to tbe cattle, while all below is filled
with stores of merchandise.
I wss astonished while on tbe dock to
observe a great pile of what looked like
ordinary large slsed firewood. I won-
dered if by any chance tbe cook preferred
a wood fire, but I dlacovcrcd by a littl*
questioning that the wood waa not ds*
lined to end in smoke. On the con-
trary, it pursue* a roving life, seafaring
back and forth an unlimited number at
yeara in a position of Importance, but
not requiring any aotlv* exerti.ni, much
otherwise, for its duty is immobility
between ports. These piece* of wood ar*
"chuck*," b*lng chucked under barrels
aa wedgea to prevent their rolling. Dal
laat is important on board ship, and bet,
re Is are Important as ballast. Their
steadfastness Is dependent ou tbe chocks,
and bene* the dignity of chuck*.— Hew
"Mamma,"asked lha little girl.peer-
ing ln between two uncut leavea of the
magazine, "how did they ever get the
printing In there? "—Chicago Tribune
Tbe tiaoe ha* paaaed whan mine prop
art lea are bought ca asaayi. Tbe higba
the oa* goea the moat suspicion* the In
veator becomes. A milling propoaitioa,
lo receive attention Iu tbeas daya, must
have a reaaonabl* aaaay value, and mual
atand th* teat of expert examination. A
low grade camp, li te aald, te butler la
th* long ran for the atlas owner, and
Infinitely better for a community is
which such mines are aituated, aa aocrt
■en ore employed and more money It
taken oat than la cam pa whan Um
■Inaa are narrow gad rich- Tbia it
*owa the Goer d'Aleaae, when
over 60,000 iona of ore ere mined
monthly to produce 10,00* Iona of oca
eeatratae. Kv*ry oae la baaedted whan
nah enadltiooa prevail.
Mine In vaster* here b
0 Little Talk
About Job Printing is now in order. Business is now
beginning to boom in the Nation, and it is time you
were replenishing your stock of
We are alive to lhe wants of those who use all kinds ol
Stationery, and we keep stocked up with all grade*
and styles of paper. Our stock ranges from the
cheapest wood papers to the rich ;.nd beuutiful linens,
a d bu\ ng in large quantities wi secure the best at a
ri ' isr unt giving yrni tl<< benefit nt it.
-Ettfci ii&ds, Picket and Note Heads,
Bill Heads, Statements, Gams,
Envelopes, Circulars, Sc.
Is one ol the largest and most complete in the Terri-
tor>. I his stock w«is ought in large quantities It
is all standard stock.
ONE PRICE TO flLL
There has never been a set pi Ice for printing ol any
kind in the Territory. When 'he Par rum* came un-
der the present management its policy became to have
your own price and Mick o it. and give a full dollars'
value for a dollar, believing it to be the only way to do
a legitimate business. It has been the custom of sev-
eral offices when they caught an easy going customer
who had no knowledge as to what was a fair price for
the work, to charge him from 20 to 75 per cent on the
true value of the work. We use no such tactics. Our
price is a fair one and the same to all.
Our facilities for doing job work are excellent Our
work is up to date. The press work is the most impor-
tant part in the execution of fine job work. We oride
ourselves on our neat press work. We have the rep-
utation of turning out work neat cheap and prompt anil
we mean to maintain it.
Estimates furnished promptly on al kinds of work.
• Mail orders will receive our most careful attention re-
'base of which Invelvaa tha aaaanditan
* —.'".'I" Past tbey have been tno^
anmtraifully worked by uaeerupuloes
Mining men and protaoteru. Mian ei
f whkb In valves' the eayandltart
Haa at ~ "
CLAREMORE, I. T.
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