The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 26, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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11rM cotiM diclnr® rath
Id th* milk of e«>ws murh phoaplmt#
of liuit* ami other sit line mutter,
net rogeuous matter
I»l1e •lievp carry off ouly whut i*
THE QUEEN's JUBILEE DC.nou.ncsd as a gamller 10 ABSORB 1IAW All.
at evrrv pra.UT n»*u
i in Id We on huii'J
KansuH anil Missouri
Sorrow is but the blackboard upon
which God writes his most precioaa
The man who il'»ei his whole duty in
because it contains larg-e quantit.es of j the church has little time left to com-
phosphoric acid and potash, which niv j plain about others.
Oklahoma wucut harvest is in
1 or a K'.h !• > • v '
potatoes, horse manure is excellent. |
ACCESSION DAY OBSERVED
ingredients to their
llerinan !Tiir«i«wl»k Su«|>«u led Fr«u»
the rmbytrrian ( huri h
Ni.w Yohk, June 81. — Herman
Warszawiak, a Christianized Hebrew
who has been seeking admissioi into
the Pre^byti-rian church as a minister,
and who, for a long time, had the sup-
port of Rev. Dr. John Hall, of the
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church,
•vas publicly denounced before the
The world will now understand just . congregation of that church as an ira-
whv Colonel John A. Logan raised that London, June J I.—Queen Victoria moral jK.rmon and guilty i»f gambling,
racket with the McCooUs. He has just began the celebration of her^ He was also suspended from the coin
munioii ot the church.
judgment was read to th<
i i u u 1 hrougnoui L<onuun. vuo •*•••*
are bail, it is ( ^ nnA thft Kmnire. in every cathe-
A Georgia ti reman saved a widow s
life, but later he had to appeal to the
police for protection, as the grateful
soul wanted to marry him.
Ooeen puflni the Unjr With Pr«r*r» »t
the (irave of liar lluatmnil—Moth
llouie« »»f Parliament Oluertt the
Day—The IrUh stay Away.
Through a dicision which establishes
the validity of the will of Howell Os-
born, Fay Templeton, or Mrs. Howell
Usborn, comes into possession of $100,-
000. Kven Fay ought to be able to
have considerable of a picnic on that . ,
' brought out a book.
To have good "luck ' with poultry. If you have emue to tho conclusion Throu,,hout London. tho Un.tod Kuif
Weep the hou»e« clear, anil give the | that all your m ighbora are bail, it is <(Qm aUi| lho Kmplre, in every
ANNEXATION TREATY BE-
FORE THE SENATE.
Japan Haa riled • Protect — Treaty
Cedes the Hawaiian l«tand« I'raet'c-
allv Without Condition* to the l ultetl
Because a hog Is t«»
almost any one will
not one man in ten
cow enough to enabl
well as she might
When arguing in behalf of sheep let
us remember that ti
sell by the pound great damage to trees from the canker-
feed it well, but worm pest.
'l ha Governor of Missouri has ap-
pointed as o 1 inspector a man who. as
a boyhood companion, had baved his
life while swimming.
T» enty Presbyteries reported at the
will feed a mil eh
her to do half as
yesterday, as was befitting her entire
areer, before the altar of her faith.
at St. George
chapel, Windsor, where her majesty
paid her devotions and offered solemn
thanks to God.
The annouucement that the ser\ices
at St. George's chapel would be pri-
vate and 'or the members of the royal
congregation, Mrs. Warszaw u >, v. h"
was present, arose and announced in
a loud voice that her husband was in-
nocent. She was put out of the
church, while the pastor announced a
hymn to quiet the congregation.
MAY LOSE A MILLION.
low'ls a pood variety of food, with I tim. for you to lieep a close waicn (]rali c|,urch or chapel ol the estab-
ground hon.s anil nicut scraps. If giv- , over the fellow who wears your shoes. Ush(,(1 ^uroli of England were held
en as good care an other auiniala have , ^ conference of prominent Negroes j services similar to tho-
they will return a proportionate in - luls ju,t closed at Atlanta. By means
come. ; of reports .nil other resources of in-
Probably because he is a nienilicr of formation it was shown that the death
ti,rt President's cabinet or mav be for j rate among Negroes is very much __ _
the reason that he is a rich lumber greater than amonB the will e». This. at St. Ucorgea chapel would bo prl- A.„ir,„. i.,rur. iioeU.r.Her. Di.pie
man a jeweler recently charged (Jen- it is alleged, is due to the 1 nclt of st- vate and 'or the members of the royal , by r.«. *'>"-
•ral Alffir 840 for repairing a »ateh. I tention from mothera to their children family prevented tho gathering of a I'koviih.m k. It. I . June - .—When
i because of the necessity for them to large crowd. The scene was most un- President K. llenjamin Andrews of
If a man hates to do a certain thing assist jn earning a living for the fain- pressive and the service very simp'e. nr0\vn university comes here from his
it should be his duty to do something Her majesty sat in the chair of state vear*8 sojourn in Europe he will Ihj
else. | * —.— . , immediately in front of the corainun- euned to account by the trustees be-
ion rail and just beside the brass plato caus0 of his free silver views.
Plans have been drawn in New York j Harrow before noon what has been
for a structure of fifty,nine stories. It plowed In the morning and In the
will be the highest building in the evening what lias been broken in the
tworld—until Chicago can put up one afternoon. Then the surface will not
to beat it i ll|,yout nor
* — condition which will produce best.
Tw • bottles of Pico's Cure for Consump.
lion cured me of a bad lung trouble.—Mr*. I Where the market for the table eeg —rtf Windsor in full
Nichols, Princeton, Ind., Mar. M. MM. ,a being supplied, after the breeding military of W in..Is. inJnU
1 whose inscription designates the spot
which was tho temporary place of in-
terment of the Prince Consort.
| The ladies and gentleman who are
! the grand oflicersof the Queen s house-
hold entered first, followed by
An Indiana assessor thought life in- season is over, it is a good plan to re-
surance policies ought to be assessed, move the male birds from the hens and
but the court held tlicy were not tax- give the latter as much free range as
able. _ t possible.
Tho reason for the action of tho
trustees at this time is probably to be
found in the report that President
Andrews has incurred the displeasure
of John I). Rockefeller, who whs on
the point of giving the college 81,ooo,«
001) or so.
said President Andrews
Dropsy treated fiee l>y Dr. H. H. Green s
Hons, of Atlanta. Ga. The greatest dropsy
•peclalUts In the world. Read their adver-
tisement in another column of this paper.
It is said that eloquence is a lost
Don't TobRoco8pit and Bmoln Y«nr Life Away-
To quit tobacco eaaily »n«l forovor. he mac:-
netic, full of life nei TO a»"l ?l«or take No I'o-
Bar. th# wond»*r workPr. thai nn«kt!8 weak men
»tron*. All drnat;i»t». Wn or II. Curs RUsrun
teed. Booklet and utmplo free. Ad'treM a tar-
ing Remedy Co., Chicauo or New York.
1 costume of cocked hats and scarlet j
coats. The Duke of Devonshire and i ju.ari.lj jn New York and delivered an
Lord Rosebery occupied their stp.ils as a(jarcss to a sort of socialistic gather-
ing just u§ Rockefeller was thinking
of a generous gift to Hrown.
No-To-llao for Fifty Centa.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makoa weak
Veu alroug, b.ooi pure. 6Uc.ll. All druy^iaia
Tho Krupp gun factory in Germsny
employs 20.000 persons.
C'or'i t'onuli Hiiliiim
Is the oldest anil I est it will ureak up a cold quicker
tiiiui anyihiiiK «'•»«•• It always reliable. Try It.
The wheat worm has reached Michi-
gan and is doing great damage to the
The New II ira >shi re legislature has
A change is contemplated in the j JK|Ssej a jaw making it a misdemeanor
Presidency of tho Missouri State Agri- toSp,.ay fruit trees while the Id loin s
cultural College. ^ on> This will n<»t prevent the spray•
4cst ah guaranteed. | ing mixture from effective action aid
Knights of the Garter, tho rest of the
church was empty, the seats of the
royal family being near the Queen s.
The Dean of Windsor, wearing the in-
signia of chaplain of the Order of the
Garter, officiated, assisted by the Lord
Bishop of Harry and several canons
Punctually at 11 o'clock, amid the
soft stra ns of an organ voluntary, the !
queen arrived from the cloisters at the
entrance. Assisted by her Indian at-
tendant, she walked slowly to the
chair of state, the congregation stand-
ing. She was dressed all in black, ex-
cept for a white tuft in her bonnet.
Dowairer Em, rcss Frederick of Ger-
many, attired in deep black, took the
seat at the right of the queen, while
the Duke ot Connaught, wearinir his
IS TO BE REVIVED.
Washington, Juno «1.—President
McKinley has determined to revive
the abandoned treaty of general ar-
l» tration between the L'nited States
and Great Britain. A new treaty
already has been drafted to servo as
the basis of negotiations expected to
result in tho submission of a conven-
tion to the senate to replace that
which was negotiated b\* Secretary
Olnev only to fall in the early hours
, tne uuko oi wjbu.«b..^ " „f the present sei
Macon Ga., March 6, 1897. ' will save poisoning the bees that seek Windsor uniform, seated himseli at In the jraft which is to be used as a
- - — - - her left Tho others grouped closely ^ of Utttlon% thvte
I lean "meet tl.st "is perfectly behind and looked very like a simple
ay be fed to ehieks once or family of worshipers. Among them
...i. rruAr ti,« were the Duchess of Connaught, I ri cc
I would he glad to know that my honey in the flowers.
futnre putohases of machinery and mi-
nlementri for my farms would prove as
satisfactory the two "2" Hunter llay fresh mav
Presses I bought of you last summer, twice a week with profit. Cook the
I am well pleased with them in every meat to shreds and mix it with bran
particular and find them just as you 0r shorts until the whole is a crumbly
Krhera?:dfa?Tupcnr.orUto tC'K Wt""U ^ "1U'd »' "^tenlier, the Grand Duke
makes I have seen and used in speed Scrgius and the Grand Duchess.
and diaft, the two great desideratums The devil's service must have every- Ordinary morning prayers began
making yours, as far as 1 know, the favorable to produce happiness, with a short exhortat.oa from 1 Tini-
markoi " othy. After the first collect a special
collect was read, and instead of the
Henry of Prussia and Pr ncess Henry,
Prince Christian and Princess Chris-
tian with their children, Princess
mofct economical press on the market
H. J. LAMAR. JR.
Too many peor»lc become clergy - |
nen in these days simply for a li\in^.
One Fare for Round Trip I'lua S'-i.OO.
Travel is a joy to those who know
how to get the most out of it. Luxur-
ious Pullmans, comf rtablo chair cars
of the objectionable points which
cause.I the failure of the Olney treaty.
It is not in contemplation that the
treaty will be submitted to the senate
before next December.
The President Malce* » Number of Im-
portant Diplomatic Nominations.
Washington, .lunc -1.—The Prcsi
- 355S5H-5 zrtun
E«lue<itlonal A*»«elnt»«n Meeting,
=rr&P=«lcook of Pennsylvania, to be consul
offered bv tho Wabash Railroad in tho
wav of low rates, fast trains, niatrnifi- .
..quipment of Cafe and Library ! those for the day.
was said, and there were special ! general at Dresden. Saxony; tieorge
:"Tl psalms and gospels used instead of I'"- Lincoln of Connoctleut. consul at
^ . I 1 flM. n<> cnp. A I
modern and day coaches, tegular and j ( ars, ]juffet Parlor Cars. Free Reclin-
ippetizing meals at dining-rooms or in i ing Chair Cars and lluffet Compart-
ilining-cars, in connection with short-j nient Sleeping tars between Kinsas
st distance and time between given ' city nnd Chicago All Wabash Trains
points, makes traveling a pleasure at j rUn into Dearborn Station Chicago
any season of the year. This is what j binding passengers in the heart of the
you pay for and get when your ticket . oity convenient to all the principal ho-
reads Via Santa Fe Route. National | tcls and street car lines. For particu-
Educational Association, Milwaukee, ;;irs write to C. S. Crane,
Wis., July 0 to 9, 18V7. "• P- A. Wabash P., R.
. . St. Louis, Mo.
Three-fourth of the total population | —
,t Russia is engaged in cultivating the A good many of the remedies offeitd
.j by the politicians are diseases.
| Drs. Maybe and Mustbe
There was no scr
mon, but a special hymn written by the
lit. Rev. William Walshaiu. Lord Bishop
of Wakefield, with music by Sir Arthur
Sullivan, was sung at her majesty's
The choir of St. George's chapel
rendered the musical portion of the
service, Sir Walter I'arrott presiding
at the organ. The service lasted forty
minutes, the queen remaining seated
throughout and following closely the
special prayers and hyniu. At the end
there was a pause. The queen, with
bowed head,continued in silent prayer.
Then followed a touching scene,which
will ever linger in the memory of
those who witnessed it. Summoning
Empress Frederick, who bowed low at
her side, the queen kissed her on both
cheeks. The Duke of Connaught and
the others of the family followed, re-
Antwerp, Belgium: Walter Schumann
of New Vorc, consul at Mayence, Ger-
Charles E. Turner of Connecti-
cut, consul general at Ottawa, Can-
ada; Hector DeCastro of New York,
consul general at Home, Italy: Hilary
S. llrunot of Pennsylvania, consul at
St. Etienne, France; Addison Davis
James, marshal of the district of Ken-
COLLEGE LIBRARY BURNED
lowu University Suffers *»©vcr«»lv nn tti*
ItcHiilt of a I.lffhtnln« stroke.
Iowa Citv, Iowa, June 21.—The li-
brary building of the State university
was struck by lightning at 4 o'clock
this morning and destroyed by tire.
It was a two-story brick structure with
the library on the second and the
physical laboratory on tho first floor.
The loss is $100,000 with no insurance.
Of this 0,000 was in books, 8l7,000 in
Tmi choose the o!J itodor before the young: one. Why* •
Because you don't want to cnlrust your life In Inexperienced (•§-
hands. True, the young; doctor may be "pcrl=n"d' '
the old doctor must he. You lake r.o chanccs with Dr. Maybe, /
when Dr. Muslbe Is In reach. Same with medicines as *Hh - %
medicine makers-the long-lrkd -xmcdy has your confidence. W
You prefer experience to experiment when you are consented.
The new remedy may be food but lei somebody else prove W
11. The old remedy must he g;ood — judged on its record of ( j
cures. Just one more reason for choosing: AVER'S SaJ'sl" \
parllla in preference to any otter. It has been the standard (; > y
household sarsaparilla lor half a century. Its record inspires ^
confidence - 5<» years of cures. If others may he good,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla must be. You lake no chanccs when you |||
lake AVAR'S Sarsaparilla. ^ 4
S100 Tojriy Man. fZRDVES
WILL PAY #100 FOil ANY CASE ■ —
Ot W«kn... In Men Th«y Tr.»t .n.l
Vi.ll to faro.
An Omaha Company pla<-es for the first
time before the pu. J■' a M»oi' il Ikb.t-
m*nt for tlie cure of Lost \ itality. Mm vous
and Sexual Weakness, and Itestoraiion ot
J.jfc Korea In old ami vounn men. .>o
worn-out French remedy: coutalM uo
Hho»phorou'or other iiariufnl d urs. It w
a VVo.NDEHFCl. ThRatmknt—m»g c.il in US
pfTects- positive in its cure. All readers,
who are eutTermK from a weakness that
Wights their life, causii'g that mental and
physical Miflfen.-* l.ecui.ar to I., st Man-
tioud. ibould write to the hi A11. MhUK-A •
COMPANY, Omalia. Neh , and they will
neuil you ab oliitelv 1' ltKK. a valuaine
lisoer on these diseaiand posith e proofs
ands of men, who have lost all hope of »
cure, are l eiiig restored ny them to a per
celving on bendetl knee a similar token
of affection. In tnnny enscs tlio rccip-I apparatus bclonifiujr to the physical statesrtheFr lc^al
?us kissed several times. The 1 iu|,„rntorv and SH.l.ooo on thi? linildinsf. j ' „ ' (i, „
queen was deeply moved and tears j Fireman L. M. Leek was caught in
rolled down her cheeks. At last, and building under a falling1 roof and
evidently with great reluctance, she burned to death.
beckoned her Indian attendant, and
Washington Juno 17.—Hawaii hns
again formally asked to be annexed t<>
the l'nited States, and the fate of ihe
little Republic now rests with tin-
Senate. The treaty outlining the an
nexation project was signed by Secre-
tary of State Sherman and Hawaiian
representatives yesterday, and before
rapper tim* Preetttent McKinley had
transmitted the document with his
message to the Senate I he com-
munication reached the Senate cham-
ber at 5 o'clock.
Before the final signature of the
document tho secretary of state re-
ceived a formal protest from the Jap-
anese government, through its lega-
tion Ire re. against the consummation
of * the agreement. The protest is
understood to be based on apprehen-
sion that the special treaties now ex-
isting between Japan and Hawaii,
under which the Japanese enjoy a 1-
vantages, will l»e affected injuriously
i by complete annexation.
The Senate at once went info ex
ecutive session, and as soon as the
doors -were closed the message «»f
President McKinley accompanying tin-
treaty and the treaty itself were re;ul
to the Senate. They were attentively
listened to. In one part of the chain
ber there was a group of senators who
will bitterly oppose the ratification of
tho treaty. Among them were Sen
ators Gray, Mills, l'aseo, \\ bite, Catf-
erv Pettlgrew and Mclincry.
The message of the President was
not a very long document. It dealt
with historical facts concerning the
island nnd showed that the United
States nnd Hawaii yearly grew more
closely bound to each other. '1 h s
was not really annexation, he said,
but a continuation of existing rela-
tions with closer bonds between peo-
ple closely related by blood and kin
dred ties. The annexation «'f
the islands, said tho President, and
making them a part «>f the United
States was in accordance with the es-
tablished policy of this country.
The treaty proved to be a simple
document of six artic es, based in its
essential details upon the treaty nego-
tiated by the Hon. John W. Foster
during the administration of President
Harrison. The islands are ceded prac-
tically without conditions, leaving tho
United States to pursue its own course
with reference to their management.
The first article reads as follows:
"The government of the Hawaiian
islands hereby cedes, from the date of
the exchange of the ratifications of
this treaty, absolute and without re-
nerve to tho United States forever all
I rights of sovereignty of whatsoever
I kind in and over the Hawaiian islands
and their dependencies, renouncing in
favor of the United States every sov-
i ereign right of which, as an in lepend-
ent nation, it is now possessed; and,
henceforth, said Hawaiian islands
shall become and be an integral part
of the territory of the United States." j
The Hawaiian government cedes to
the United States the absolute owner-
ship of all the public lands, public
buildings, ports, harbors, fortifica-
tions, military and naval equipments
and all other government property.
It is specifically provided, however,
that the. existing land laws of the
United States shall not apply to the
public lands of Hawaii, but that spe-
cial laws shall be made from time to
time for their disposition, the pro-
ceeds of any sak;s of these lands to be
applied to educational purposes in the
The islands are for the present to
lonstitute a territory of the I nited
laws remaining in
force until new ones are enacted.
thsn uuv other animal; especially do assembly recently that they
which often discarded the use of alcoholic wines at
ii" n gave
, the more
the lu«*ge muttou
Uod gave man his rights;
property its rights; which
The strawberry liars of Atchison,
K*nsa&, have awarded the belt t»> one
Palmer, whose berries averaged six-
teeu to a box.
The earthquakes thst hare been
shaking up the
the sacrament of the Lord's supper.
The person to whom religion is sad
and doleful, must have gotten it from
some other book than the bible.
The poet who declared that the waU-
flower perished long ago was certainly
oil on his botany.
The mother of Adeline I'attiwasa
I prima donna and the evening before
never touched the people
of United | Adeline was born she sang Norma with
great eclat in tho lirand theater in
Fanning lands In tlie northwest are 1 Mul,rid. _——— —
iu greater demand for several years j Every temptation should remind you
—a most encouraging sign of better that the devil is your encuiy and God
times coming. your friend.
John Wanamsker is a versatile man. jf there is any truth in the saying
lie publishes a literary mag «/.ine and j that "a stitch in time saves nine it is
lis dry goods, and Tennyson, and | ^ht now the case in all patches of
Byron, and bathing suits, with a clear
Handle «»' Herres "
TM» term o u«" nj.plifl to people wh --
di-rvi'i aro »l nonnaU.v h
plowed land 1
tested for tci
eh have not been mo-
vh or two weeks.
of that I' i
to l<u roit<c our Hint II"
thrnajli i»> r«'« i
lilt- tliPiu to out. •»'«" P »
en tonlo i « y
I illtf at w«• I.
dytp p will J
. Have you
deed tish 1«h>Us?
' Accor ding to a
"we never love he
that is the first tin
ing inclinef" n
Tlir development of ■
D amon with ll>»« rest or tl»e *?«
U1 worry b gotten bj 11. "oil
ever notie.'d bow dead i
Governor llirne>, McKinley's new
appointee for Dklshoma, was inaugur-
ated May 26th.
r laeate \ «»«ir iiowsls W nh Oasearete*
, .i:i, v t ' i! , i 41 ' I ■. . .rr . ..II-' H'li! I'"» ton vet.
10c. K C. C C f.iil. druBKlsis r. fund aiout-j.
Q.ieen V.c\oiia wan 711 \« ai'»old May
Ils»»r« Cutarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price, 7.r»c.
—— An effort is b -ing nn-de to abolish
Kini)rt Frenehmsn ^ ,, tribul relaii«»n a noug the Cherokee
iirtily but once, an I ludians.
lovolunt nrv. j j
:i r si'mm. i ii \i» aim
I ! i
will re uud n
Too many eln
Hit e end of e
they lift at nil.
I l.tit Hill !
• h ineinbi-
-i fit the
i den if
• c>lu< es inflnn-
ll'iod June inth.
fciv iy»>o i
much of it.
iiaed tu out ajbody bss
If C. C. C. fun io cure, dm*
No doubt every man
fort to talk less.
uku>bU rtfuua muuuy
5 Fcr V/iiat?
ntul health making
are included in the
in a.i ing of HIRU3
Rootbccr. The prcpa-
r it ion of this great tcin-
p • nice • 11 ink an event
ol importance in a million
well regulated homes.
is full of good health.
ing, satisfying. Put
some up to-day and
have it ready to put
down whenever you're
Made only by The
Charles K. Hires Co.,
Philadelphia. A pack-
age makes 5 gallons.
A I'lmt Cine* Ticket fr^m at
ii OH a I i o>ii 1 lu K n h 'Ua-
lioMiu i ii i luuiua 'icii.kury to
leaning on her arm, passed slowly out
of the chapel.
The members of the Commons, who,
in accordance with a spccial resolu-
tion adopted last Thursday, attended
the services as St. Margaret's.
TWENTY STEERS KILLED.
NlrucU l»v Miclittiliitr »s They Stood
Alongside it Hnrbed Wire Fence
Nevada, Mo., June 21.—During a
terrific rain storm here last night j
parties were represented except the Ug-^tuing killed twenty head of fat
Irish. cattle belonging to W. D. Halley of ;
High mass at the Bromptou Oratory js c.ty. They were standing aiong-
was made the occasion of a thanks- sjde a barbed wire fence. The animals
vorth 81,200 and were insured
polmm Mixed With Ftrsrno-r
Davenport, Iowa, July 21.—John
Gugelheimer murdered his wife by
g ving for the Queeu's jubilee on the
part of her Roman Catholic subjects,
a special Te Deum being sung. Mgr.
Stoner, the Pope's envoy, officiated at
high mass. At the close of mass Car-
dinal Vaughau read a jubilee pastoral,
eloquently reviewing tho history of m,xjng strychnine with an eggnog
the Queen's reign and commending her and giving her the drink. He then I
virtues, after which he extended the commit -ed suicide in the same man-
Tc Deum and gave the pontifical bless- ner Neighbors last night found his
ing. body in the kiteheu and that of his
All the envoys from Catholic coun- wif^ jn the cellar. Gugelheimer was
tries were present, in full uniform, ex- a farmer living six miles from tlii^
cept the l'r nee and Pr ncess of Naples, city, and had formerly been insane,
who vverc absent owing to the prcs- I
ence of the papal envoy. Wilfred Itrynn Writing Another Hook.
Laurier and the Roman Catholic peers I Laporte, Ind., June 21.—William .1.
vero present. j liryan. accompanied by his family, will
i spend severul months at Hlack Lake, a
Southern Michigan resort, where they
Shook I'p by n Cyclone.
Duncan. Neb., June 21.—A cyclone
will be the guests of William 11. Con-
9f destructive proportions passed over key< t|,e C|i cajro book manufacturer,
Duncan yesterday and shook up the
place to an alarming extent. A num-
ber of people were hurt by flving
debris. The tornado struck the farm
of John Klsenman, seven miles north-
west of Duncan. All his buildings,
including a story and a half house
and here he will write another book
which will be published this fall and
which will treat of monetary prob-
Perished on the Way to Wealth.
Idaho Springs, Col., June 20.—Na-
local legislature is provided for, but
the veto power is vested entirely In
the President of the United States.
A commission of five persons, con-
sisting of three Americans and two
Hawaiians, to be nominated by tho
President and confirmed by the Sen-
ate, is provided for the purpose of
formulating the mode of government
for tho islands.
The five commissioners provided for
in the treaty are expected to make
recommendations to Congress as to
new laws, and also as regards the form
of government. The present form of
I local government is to continue in the
islands for the present, except that
the President of the United States is
to have immediate veto power over the
acts of the Hawaiian legislative as-
The treaties of the United States
with other countries are substituted
for the treaties of Hawaii with tho
same countries in the coutro ling in-
ternational relations with the Island.
Further immigration of Chinese la-
borers to tho islands is prohibited and
the laws restricting Chinese immigra-
tion to the United States are made to
apply to the prevention of Chinese re-
moving from Hawaii to this country.
This country agrees to assume the
debt of the Island republic to the ex-
tent of #4,000.000.
No mention is made of any gratuity
to ex-(juecn Lilluokalanl.
Cff'CA G O Jl
IHI'IIUTKD IIUHTKB It'LI. CIIH I.K II** rilKHH.
•«A 1 Ste. I" ami Woo<leii (Htovl llne<l) uhlpi"''!®" ""i*1
tn reliable parti*. Fully puarantend. Write fur n*l
.latent* ..,,.1 l.rt.OT. M »• I '"'"- M«rl-U.n »»
cliiiK' Hhupa, llox K, Meridian, MlatL
For Churches, Schools and Lodce«.
Richest Tones, L test Styles, /VWst
Durable, l.owi-st Prices. Al-o l atent
Suudav School llooks Send to
li. U. UUILD, Topeka, Ka».
Don < - ""
|i |-||11 ii.. i in.itnui j atllv nun • i I* It r-
Clii iui. ul( «• i 0 llroadwuy.Net
fSIERLY S™s :
' At the 'Ime
I Dy Vtet Rcate? \
\ The Santa Fe. f
M The pnme ratr will n'so npply to »
alrlc-mc inte p liits, *ud ia la* *
reseisc ducctioo. g
\ Cpen to Evcrytoiy. |
H«n«l fo-- desert live hoo » ft
tfft illoilInfo n.Hi od'ohii. »«« »t «
or ihe S«nit Fe Rout*, or to ib« m
jj ui.derbigo a. B
J W I BLACK. G P A . A T. i S F. R». B
Room 1*4. 9th fli Jackson St» . Topekt, Km. V
All the Way...
From the Missouri River
to Buffalo, the Wabash
Railroad Operates Trains
Over Its Own Tracks.
Having lensoil tlie track, or the Urand
Trunk Railway belween Detroit and
Suspension Bridge, and those ot th.
Erie It. H. from fcutpen ion Bridge to
Buffalo, tlie Wabash K. R. will run its
own trains from Kansas City, Omaha,
I)e* Moines, Bt. Louis, Quincy, Hannibal,
Keokuk ami Chicago to Buffalo, being
the only road from Missouri and Missis-
sippi River poiuts haviug its own liue and
traius running Into Bu Talo. Through
cars from Kansas City, 8t. Louis and
Chit-ago to Bullalo without change.
I ruof it us?
I lar.clienp. atrouii brat. V HirEroKbatePfjM.
nn/tQOV new discovery: «♦»•
L/lC W I w 1 'l"l, k relief an-l ciirra woral
ca»'«. heinl for l»ook of t« »f Imonial* ami IO<l»ya'
irwitmeiit fret*, it. m.ii.uhsss*i*soxs« ui«»»» "a
W elib- ITr<*jai'u la»* ll«rcanillf
S0year« experience. Send akefrh for
Pahy Carrlnf" llolMay 0oo4«,aW.
' 'talei Caiai-vue fra^
o.. Kaa»M CUy, Ma.
Vtjr,' Mt'cliilifluriM AKii.U.a
W.N.U. WICHITA. NO.HQ.-1897.
Wlien tntWirlnf advertisements
please mention this paper.
at borne unuer men
pay railroati fare and hotel bills to a 1
ni«f«r to so there for trea;ment, i(.
ICL cOUUiLiuu. .
prefir"to go there fur lament, it «l.»y
fail to cure. They are pei teeUy i^Uab « ,
have no Free Pre.criptiuu., Freo Cure,
Free Sample, or C. <1 11 lni.e Thev hare
I2.V) OU) capital, nnd guarantee to cure
«\ ery ca»e they treat ..r refund every dol-
lar or their charge, may ha dopositi d In a
hank to be i»aid io tbein when a cure la
effactad. Write them today
. Dm Ills W ( i unnatural
I diet haig« a. Inn*uiiiiatl<>n«,
I irritatiuua or ulcerations
of mucoui membranei.
iaiuleH. and aot aatrla-
ITHeEvaNS ChemiCALCo. fDtor poinonou*.
Vniar.iaatTi.Q.I * I >aW l»rSfflsU»
lilt iiri'ii,, » j * . § . •
■tuhie. windmill and eranarv full of than 1). Crane, at. old tune miner, was
(Train, were completely demolished. killed intiu- Way to Wealth mine yea-
terdav by a cave-in.
Killed by » Fltehed fall.
Sahatooa. N. .lune 21 —Austin
Smth. ape I 13, of Sandy Hill, was
killed yesterday while plavincr base
ball. Sin th was at bat when Edward
McGin lis p tched a curved ball, which
struck Smith under the ear. causing
concussion of the brain and almost in-
of ape and a brothi
Jerome H. Chaffee,
in Adrian, Mich.,
He was . ' ears
-in-law of the 'ate
He leaves a \ ' fe
and a son in K
IS JUST AS COOD FOB ADULTS
GAI.ATI A. 1M4L, NOT. lfi, 1BW.
^^•wV^l^rt^r.™, bo.Ue. ot
QROVE'S TASTELK^S <1111.1. TONIt h*T*
•xiuuhi three groa# "'remit tt»»» yrnr. In nil «'*r
„u,ie„r..olr 1.1 hospital this mornmif.
ratruly, „ cannot live
A CJIaroaa Truat Now.
Chicago. June 21.—According to
brokers and commission men, a glu-
cose trust has been formed and prices
are stea lily advancing. Conrad II.
llatthiesson. preaident of the t hicago
Sugar Ucllning company, is supposed
to be the prime mover in tho new
With but two exceptions every
I'nfTitlo Flr« Victim*.
Buffalo. N. Y.. June 21.—Fire last
night partlv destroyed the home of trust.
Joseph Mclenskie, in East Buffalo.and y>ig glucose company in the United
his five children were frightfully
burned. Sophie, aired 10, died in a
Deposed ^ueen of Hawaii Objects to the
Washington, Juno 18.—About 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon ex-Queen
Llliuokalani tiled a protest in the
office of the secretary of state against
the annexation treaty. It wus deliv-
ered Into the hands of John Sherman
bv Mr. Joseph Helaluhe, representing
the native Hawaiians. duly commis-
sioned by two of their patriotic
leagues Mr. Helaluhe was accom-
panied by Captain Julius A. Palmer,
tho American secretary of Lilluoka-
lanl. Mr. Sherman treated the bear-
ers most courteously, but gave no in-
dications of his action io the matter.
l flft. or SlNilttM, fa.T.v
irculai •cat oa requeit.
States is said to be included in the
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
nuiuim »• «* .uayyiiiyj
'r-;'rv % wji'i'at mar
rillav Oat of l>»n«er.
A Fu«ltl*a In M«l«o
Minneapolis, Minn., June 10.—Louis
More tiold tiolnv Ahmad.
New ynRK. .lune jl.—The gold oj-
ports. oontrury to the opinion if borne
financial authorities, show no signs of
cessation, but. on the contrary, bid
fair, according to the opinion of con-
St. Louiii, Mo., June 21.— Chauncey the defunct Northwest (luaranty Loan
[ve. Fillev 1« said by his phy»lcl»D« to company, is now living withi his ITarn-
be tnuoh lmpro,«d. Ho u not now llv In the City ot MmIco under
tboughl to lw In any dtutgir. | owo °"8#
A. Mensge. the fugitive president of ■ervatlve foreign bunkers, to continue
Loan tor ,ome time. Tho shipments next
Friday will, It is »& d. aggregate at
flu-h joint strength
Our Columbia 5 per ccnt. Nickel Steel Tubing shows
a tensile strengtii of over 100,000 pounds to the
square inch; 50 carbon tubing used in Hartford
bicycles shows about 75,000 pounds to the square
inch, and 25 caibon tubing-ordinarily used in
bicycles—shows about 55,000 pounds to the
square inch. Yet Columbia Patent Flush J int
Frame Connections are very much stronger
even than our celebrated 5 per cent. Nickel
proof of the
COLUMBIA BICYCLES $100
STANDARD OF THE WORLD.
18<56 Colunibias, $75. Hartfords, $60, $55, i50, $40.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford. Conn.
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Scarr, James H. The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 26, 1897, newspaper, June 26, 1897; Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc285905/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.