Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1887 Page: 4 of 4
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M L. ABAIR ' - KcWttyr.
. K. Wltffm . - Ma-new
VtKXTJL MfDIAH TER&n'ORV
A VISION UNVA1LED
mighty Klof whose pomp and
ne Our a
Were known &sA honored chanted far and
7 hewed. In grief- hi infant ton bad died.
flreat twits were lollln? nd a DaUon's Moan
With erery tile by wealth nr knowledge
Mourned with the monarch weeping on hit
That mora boret by ths palace sido .
f ton tamed a r anper Infant who had died
lu ragged mother weeping at IU aid.
Kelt dtjr the royal corteie with Ita freight
Met this poor pauper at the graro-yard rate)
Tho widow tnrned atlde compelled to walk
And when departing roialtr nre room.
There lono and lonely in the twilight gloom
Bhe placed her pauper bah la Ita tomb.
Might came. The King coached on hit bed of
In visions saw an angel and Ita mate
Uenr both these Infant to Heaven's golden
Hut loj tho guardian wared hi ahlnlng
And ho who boro the prince with modett
Knelt low and bade hi radiant mate advance.
While through the portal angel votret came
And chanted welcome In the aacred name
Of one who died on earth and boro It blame.
And mtich he marveled aa they marched
To tee that glorified and saintly throng
Select the panper for It wcetet song.
Then quettlonlng an angel at hi tide
" Wo care naught here" he tald "for earthly
Aa for all toul our glorlout Mailer died.
'Yet 'mid tho poor lie apent HI earthly day.
Aid moot He lore though lorlng all art they
Who through great tribulation find their way.
"OKlngl remember that thy earthly itate
la but a gilded toy bestowed by fate
Nor Wealth nor pride can make thee truly
Therltlonranlthed; but thenceforth the King
llngrared Ita lotton on hla algnet ring.
And all tho poor hi kindly rlrtuea lng.
No humble toul pretcntt In rain Ita plea.
No pleading heart hi gentle pretence flee.
No man to patient and ao kind aa he.
And whentoarer tempted by hi pride
He glance at the tlgnet'a lettered tide.
And find thereon hi monitor and guide.
. L'tjar Jonii In CMeaqo Trmcj.
A Llttlo Drama from LIfo In a Min-
It was Stindn nflcrnoon In Galena
canyon. Tho tlay vrhllo tho occupa-
tions oi Iho rest of tho week went on
i cry much its usual wore a little differ-
ent look from other ilays. Trade was
If any thing ra'.hcr moro active; thcro
was moro going nnd coming moro
loungers clustered about tho saloons.
A certain slicked-up appearance was
notlcod for however careless men may
otherwise bo of tho first day of the
week they seldom fall to respect that
art of Its observance which forms
their earliest recollections of It the
being obliged to wear their best clothes.
Among a group of miners. In front
of tho main saloon stood a man of
jwrhaps flvo and twenty years deviat-
ing entirely front tho prevailing type.
Coarsely dressed ho was as wcro tho
others but his checked woolen shirt
worn without Mwncndcro seemed
though not over-clean to have a cer-
tain look about it neither slouchy nor
shapeless as wcro tho garments of the
rest. A little above tho average height
symmetrical of form with short
gllstuning black hair and smooth face
bo was a marked figure in this compa-
ny of adventurers nntong which might
bo seen representatives from a dozen
American States and half as many
from tho Slates of Europe.
Tito subject of dlscourso was the
alleged discovery of rich gold deposits
in Dutch Guiana. Tho canyon was
poor The mines mostly thoso of low
ores wcro irregularly worked or Idle
tiltogcthcr. The mlncts many of them
in debt nnd tired of prospecting any
longer in what they called a played-
out country ready to leavo for Fonier
river Dutch Guiana or any where
(ilso providing they could obtain tho
means of getting there.
Tho most interested member of tho
group was tho man already spoken of
who was knowu as French. Several
months before while passing a smelt
ing furnace at tho mouth of tho can
yon. I heard some one therein whist
ling thu drinking song from La Trav-
iatn which sounded very strangely to
my cars in those parts. Soon after
wliilu exploring n narrow nud rugged
tilcli opening into tho main canyon I
jime upon n miner's cabin the occu-
pant of which was driving a tunnel
Into tho sido of tho mountain a few
jimIs nwny. Upon my appearance he
stopped work and invited me into his
cabin himself inking a pall nnd going
to n spring near by for water where-
with to prepare dinner. During his
absence while watching the fire-place
light up with tho ncwly-rando Humes
I had fallen to humming thu air It
Union in Trovatorc when looking
rounil I beheld my entertainer silently
regarding mo In tho doorway
"Can you Ing It?" ho naked.
"Olt. no" I replied. "lean not sing
Therctiyvn sotting down his pall
ho himself sang tho air In n rich barri-
tone voice with lino nitect. Then I was
certain who it was that had whistled
Yertlo's music in tho smelter. This was
my first meeting wlt't Ftvnchy.
Ho was the son of n Homnti noble of
liberal politics who had lost both
piopeity nnd llfo by Iho Insurrection
of 1818. Tin own upon tho world
lvhlio si child ho hud served In both
tho Italian and Spanish nanus and
with tho French nrmy in Mexico from
which lit) had drifted to California and
front thenco to thu niliici of tho in-
terior.. Ho constantly garo evidence
of former refined associations; pus-
Kissed nil thu emotional susceptibility
of hlit race mid was withal one of tho
most ImiuUoino men I have ever soon.
AlHjttt this time there came into tho
ran mi and began v.orking an nban
boned placer gold mno n Portugtteso
Mho lwtdt with hii family In a log
clblit iuird by. Tito family bc-ildo
liiutK'lf contested of n wife ami several
ihildrcii thu oldest of which v as n
daughter of seventeen or eighteen
jenr This girl though Ignorant of
hk'IuI n-lliiemout possessed ;t natural
graoo and real Iwauty of person to
that Ihv mule portion of Galena Canyon
u I'tMtomod only to China women and
harridans of tho mining crimp were
Miou nil morn or less enamored of
I bo pretty 1'ortugueie.
litis for tn). most part went no
f.irlhvr thait a amlle or compliment
Klmt trio young woman lit gmtltudo
for1 lha vanning of liourW long stag-
nant as they passed Lor going to and
U front Iwr father's work or assistng
St'j- ittothtH' imUldu thulr ritblit door.
l"licf two moral luiwtver among
the younger ones determined Id Ws
tho prims iho huMbttift ns It usual.
ly napptnis being reduced tlnaiiy Id
two our friend. Fronr-hY anil n cttoU;
looking youngdAre-(ioVn bt M Irish-
mem namfcA TVllckeo Dan. Whether
tltHcr of them had over received any
assurance of favor from the object of
their doslro was novcr knmvrit the girl;
so far a srjcll rhbiir Id Mil nilko
onto HiO hnlhral lUcrUuf B ot all women
nt IwiHtt Hilinircd. Kach however 1m-
UglllCil lilniscU to bfi tbo favored ono
until on a certain Sunday afternoon
the Irishman put tho question nnd was
Of cotirso his own fnlhiro Wits Inter-
preted by hint M nn ovldcnco of
Frcud-Vd success ngainst whom ho
now began to titter thtc.tK Tho lt
tcr who was not lirUtirnlly tiuanfcU
some had Hover been thought violent
but it man from rioche who hnd lately
passed through tho canyon reported
him to haro onco killed' n gambler in
that placet and that ho was not to bo
When tlw new gold discovery was
first talked of Frcnchy had gono to
S.tlt Lake to try and effect a sale of
certain mining prospcoU taken up by
him In tho neighboring Moore's Fork.
Tho uncovering of a largo body of ore
In this hitherto supposed worthless
region had two years before caused
considerable excitement and nearly
every body In tho canyon had a claim
staked out thcro which they hoped
would ono day prove an extension of
tho big vein.
Toxt to Frcnclty'a most promising
claim was ono recorded on tho same
dato as his own In the name of an old
partner of his now working in Vir-
ginia City and named tho Modoc As
all miners know in a region showing
ovldcnco of mineral wealth the ground
Is covered with stakes or small plies of
stones marking claims taken up by
different prospectors. These often
trespassing upon ono another so long
as nothing valuable is found arc little
thought of but let any of them develop
into paying property and straightway
its owner is obliged to defend it
against a host of others. It is also
well known that mining property
taken up on the publio domain if it
remained unworked beyond a certain
timo reverts back unless patented
and may bo recorded anow by other
parties. This action known as "Jump-
ing" gives rise to half tho quarrels
among tho miners for the prospectors.
as soon as ono of their number leaves
the country arc llttlo disposed to
rceognlw) whatovcr right ho may
Frcnchy and his partner had thus
taken up separate claims to prevent
others from disputing tho ground. In
both of which titey had an equal share.
The latter now absent some year and
tt half had agreed upon his departure
that Frenchy upon whom would depend
tho holding of tho claims should be
three-fourths. Instead of one-half
owner nnd that whatever disposition
ho mlgh mako of tho property should
bo acquiesced in by himself.
Ono day about n week after tho tin-
successful ending of tho Irishman's
love suit Frcnchy upon going up the
Fork with a Salt Lake expert was sur-
prised to find a couplo of men sinking
II shaft upon the Modoc ono of whom
was Tmckco Dan. Certain the Irish-
man's action had been taken only for
tho purpose of forcing n quarrel upon
him and unprepared to assert ills
rights ho passed on with his companion
to tho claim recorded in his own name
which they proceeded to examine. The
presence of others however claiming
ownership so short a distance away
ruined all chanco of negotiation as the
strangers' first question had been
whether tho immedlato vicinity was
claimed by nny one else. All Frcnrhy
could do nas to repeat what ho had
already told him that both prospects
were nliko under Ids legal control and
to assuro him of his own good faith in
tho matter. After a brief survey of the
ground tho two returned to the mouth
of tho Fork tho stranger going to tho
stago oilco end tho other to the placo
where tho mining records were kept.
Finding no chango In tho Modon's
ownership and having with his own
hands tho month beforo done tho last
snfllclont amount of work to as ha
supjioscd prevent it from being "re-
located" he bided hi time until
Truckco Dan should appear in tho
evening as was his wont at the Head
As tho lamps wcro lighting in tho
llttlo balloon houses ranged on each
side of tho narrow street composing
tho town Frcnchy strorto into tho
largo smoko-begrimed bar-room of tho
headquarters and passed through the
crowd of by-standers to tho end of tho
apartment dovoted to play whero he
knew Tmckeo Dan was certain to bo
found. The four men nt ono of tho
tables among whom was the person
sought wero arranging their just dealt
cards as ho canto up and exclaimed:
"Dan what light have you to bo
sinking a shaft on tho Modoc claim f"
"lly Jumper's right" replied tho
Irishman rising; "hasn't Matty been
after losing it nltoglthcr the six
"No" said French "it's his now
a much as it ever was nnd I want
you to hornatter let It alone."
"And I varn yo to lavo mo alone"
said tho other stepping backward a
few paces and staggering perceptibly;
"mo nud mo pan! own It now."
"Dan you He and you know It"
called out tho Italian loud enough to
be lt:ard through Kio wliolo room.
IWo hnd wal tiio'n disarmed by oho bl
his friends; bnMljig bVcry body Worlds
WhllB nnd cllal'rjilng hU ertcmy td rncet
htm nt sight. Knowing tho Irishman
would bo armed again before ho wa
sober Frcnchy careful jo keep hli Vo
Upon tho frourl; Ddgcd himself sldo-
VU'0 out of tho saloon.
Tho next day ho was nowhoro to bo
seen. Ills non-appcarnnco caused
much uncomplimentary remark It be-
ing generally decided ho was not tho
game man ho was luipposcd to bci All
through thn mol'llilljl Hid llislmtau.
Willi dcVcrnl hnngcrs-oil r.ingeu
through Hid town declaring ho would
shoot tho bloody frog-cater whenever
hd could find lllnli The report tit a
bdy Who had guild lo his hohto up" Iho
canyon lato the illght before- lhal ho
had seen on Ills wrtv. Hlta. llto Tor-
tttgttcsd gU'l nnd a smooth-faced man
walking back and forth near her fath-
er's cabin did not tend to soothe his
wrath but ho nevertheless took caro to
keep himself porfectly sober.
Tift truth was Frcnchy knew his
adversary was lntimnto with a number
of desperadoes like himself who if ho
offered fair fight would ho suro to In
somo way arrango things to his disad-
vantage. Ho was not nfavorito of the
gamblers and saloon proprietors.
Thcro wero besido two or thrco fel-
lows who llkewlso disappointed of tho
fair rortugucse naturally nmilti com-
mon cattso with Truckco Dan. He was
not sure of nny ono in Mio canyon on
whom ho could dopend. So ho deter-
mined If possible not to bo a target
for more than ono nt n time
lly midaftcrnoon whisky and other
excitements had reduced the number
of Dan's followers to one a Jack Mor-
mon his partner In the jumping of tho
Modor who went by tho name of Mo-
roni. Whiio tho pair wcro awalllng
tho distribution of tho lately received
mall word wns brought that Frcnchy
had lust been seen in a Jow trader's
shop at tho head of llto street. Imme
diately the two men started for this
placo. through tho open door of which
as they approached no one appearing
they entered together pistol In hand
tho Irishman calling out: "Whero is
tho bloody son of n dog?"
Scarcely wcro tho words out of his
mouth when the form of French shot
tip from behind the counter nnd at
the same instant with a pistol report.
Tho Prosldont On tho Bntilo Flo-
il itreontlilera 111 1'ormrr Orders i he
Matter to ho lrt to Congrc General
Drum Illameit Ilotr the Inci-
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lloth meit reached to their belts but
Dan had been drinking nnd his hand
tromtded so that before Ids pistol had
been raised ho wai covered by tho
weapon of tho other.
In the meantime the proprietor of
the saloon a man of extraordinary
iLougtb came swiftly behind the
Irishman as he stood gazing at his
opponent and seizlug both his wrists
raUod hit armed hand upward holding
It as lu a vice at the same time saying:
"Dn you're drunk and no match for
11m luftn strujuclod for second. vrlHwUu.
tho Mormon fell dead with a bullet in
his brain. Two almost simultaneous
reports followed tho first but the
Italian had been quickest nnd Truckce
Dan leaping from the floor dropped
lifeless upon tho lnxly of his compan-
ion his own bullet plowing a furrow
in the face of the counter.
At once Frcnchy accompanied by
tho Jew Lnndsburg went down to tho
largo log strttcturo which served the
purpose of jail court-houso and public
hall and gave himself into custody.
It has been remarked by thoso familiar
with frontier nnd mining towns that
when quarrels therein end fatnlly tho
victims appear to have llttlo sympathy
given them. Tills Is probably because
they many times do not deserve any.
Such brawls being generally among
gamblers or others who are deplsers
of peaceful controversy the bulk ol
orderly jtcoplo are apt to think them
well gotten rid of. There being too
for tho most part no kinship or nny
tiling save present profit or conveni-
ence to bind men together even when
ono meets a fate ho did not deserve
his acquaintances nro seldom disposed
to prcas the punishment of his slayer.
Either "ho hadn't nerve" or was "out
of luck" and so the matter ends.
No one therefore was idrprlsed
when immediately as tho news ol
what had happened spread thcro was a
revulsion of feeling in regard to the
survivor of tho affray so that a coro-
ner's Jury two day's afterward tijion
tho Jew's testimony acquitted
Fronchy on tho ground of justifiable
homicide as probably would have been
done nny where else.
The first thing lie heard after re-
gaining his liberty was that Galena
Canyon no-longer contained the witch-
ing riirtugu'c. She had left on the
day after tho shooting with Iter mother
for Salt Lake when it was said they
took passage for San Francisco. Noth-
ing could be obtained from tho girl's
father who with Ills other children
continued to inhabit their dwelling at
before. Whether her "fatal gift ol
beauty" was feared by that frontier
Helen and likely to cxeito further strife
among tho hot-blooded spirits of the
canyon or whether some absent lover
was In danger of being supplanted by
the Italian no ono ever know but cer-
tain It is from that tuno sho was seen
thcro no more.
Just beforo winter began as de-
scribed nt tho opening of tho story
tho Guinea oxcltetncut ran higher than
over so that n party was organised to
put out for tho now country. Among
otitcrs having made somo arrange-
ment with his partner was Frcnchy.
He camo to our camp lato one night
and with tents in his eyes bade us
good-bye. Tho next morning the party
left for Ogdou Junction from whenco
they camo cast nnd engaged passago
upon a batk In one of tho Atlantic
ports for Cayenne. Soon after I also
left the mines nud heard nothing moro
of tho expedition. Somo thrco years
later I met n man In New York whom
I knew In the canyon and from hint
learned that about n year after tho ad-
venturer left they began one or two
nt a time to bo seen In tbo Utah mines.
Some half of tho number thus returned
with stories of disappointment and In-
credible hardships endured. The oth-
er half had fallen victim to tho climate
or to fatigue. My Informant could not
remember the name of all who were
left behind but believed thero was one
among them who was called Frenchy.
A. 1L V.
m a i.
Over 180 natural gas and oil com-
panies lmve been organized In the
Stato of Ohio during the past slxteeu
WAsmsoTox Juno 17. Tho followlnglet-
tor was sent to tho Secretary of War by
the l'rcsidcnt yesterday III rdgilrd tfi IH8
disposition Of the Itagi csptUrdd by tile
Union forces iVtrlnft tho lato wart
I hare to-day considered with more caro than
when the tubjett wa orally pretcnted me the
action of your Department directing letter! ta
be tddrciaed to tho Oorernort or all tht ttntea
ottering ttt returtii U Hclretfi to all the
loyal Stalc"i llle Union flag captured
during the war of the rebellion by
the Confederate forcet' and aftorwardt recov-
ered by Ooiernmcnt troop i and to the
Confederate State the flag captured
by the Union forces all of which for many
year hare been packed In boxca and atored In
ths rllr and ittla of tho War Department. I
tm of tho opinion that the return of the Rug In
the manner thu contemplated la not author-
lied by eiltttng law nor Ju tilled as an exeoo-
tiro act I roquett therefore that no further
tepa be taken In tho matter ea-cpt o examine
and Inrentory tho Hag and adopt proper mcaf
ure tor their preerrallon. Any direction a to
the final deposition of them ahoutd originate
with Congreat. Your truly
It seems that tho return of tho Oonfeder-
ato flags was first projoctcd undct tho Ar-
thur administration. They had been used
aa exhibits In tho museum ot tho ordnance
department for many jcars but General
Benct observing that they woro falling to
pieces and could not bo protected from tlio
relic hunters suggested to Bccrotary Lin-
coln that they be removed pocked In boxes
and storod away. This was dono but to-
ward tho closo of tho Arthur administra-
tion Adjutant-General Drum urged upon
Secretary Lincoln tho propriety ot return-
ing them to tho Southern Btatcs und Mr.
Lincoln Anally ntscntod that this
deposition ahould bo made. Congressman
lloutollo of Maine becomlug apprised ot
what was contemplated notified tho War
Department authorities that ho would pro-
tent a resolution of Investigation nnd In
quiry In tho House demanding to know
upon what authority theso (lags wcro to bo
returned without tho assent of Congress.
Thereupon tho matter was dropped and
nnthtnir wu heard of It.
For somo unoxplalncd reason General
Drum bad sot his heart upon returning
theso flags and llttlo doubt exists of
tho fact ho represented to tho l'rcs
Idont that it was tho proper thing to do
and had been approved by Secretary Lin-
coln and that amplolaw existed to war-
rant this action. Tho l'rcsidcnt did
not lauo any order to return
tho flags at)d tho matter was simply
held in abeyance until tho prcmaluro
action of General Drum caused the ques-
tion to bo further considered. It was
known at tho War Department only jester-
day morning that a hitch bad occurred at
tho White House and it was whispered
about confldcntlally that tho l'rcsidcnt was
angered becauso ho believed an attempt
hnd been made to hoodwink and dccclvo
him and ono end of tho War Department
was rattier blue.
Nobody Is disposed to censure tho Presi-
dent as to being tho originator of tho move-
ment and tho fact that ho took prompt ac-
tion in ordering Secretary Undlcutt to with-
hold the flags acquiescing lu the view that
Congressional action was necessary In such
matters demonstrates that the matter was
engineered wholly by subordinates ol tho
Innumerable protests against tho return
ot the flags have been received froi.i Grand
Army post Governors of Northern rjtatcs
and promlncut Individuals.
Krldence In and Argument Mnile The
Case In tli Ilaml of the Jury.
1'aoh Kan. Juno 17. At at early hour
yesterday morning tho court room began
ta 1111 and by tho timo tho hour had arrival
to open court there were fully 7u) people
present all walling to hear tho pleading lu
tbo Lloyd case. Jndgo Ilindman charged
tho jury similar to his charge
In the Hamilton trial at Wyandctto
after which the argument began. Tho first
argument mado was by Marshal F.
McDonald of Ht Louis who In a very
strong way laid the evidence beforo the
jury. Ho was followed by J. C. Bhcrldan
of 1'aola tho resident counsel for the de-
fense Mr. Hbcrldan mado a long argu
mental speech In defenso of Lloyd that had
much bearing with tho jury W. II. Hhcl-
dou county attorney of Miami County
followed Mr. (Sheridan In n masterly
speech on tho part of the Btato which wu
followed by Governor C I. Johnson ot Ht
I.ouIs. Mr. Johnson's speech wa a grand
cftor and his plea for the liberty ot
Lloyd is one long to bo remembered by
Cio bar and citizens of I'uola. Judge
Laughlln closed the argument with one of
the strongest declamations for tbo Bute
that was ever mado here The c-e now
goos to tho jury.
Sf66l ItftMrf !
ftntjgrt. condWns' tlirotJghbJt the Tr'est
are said W fcrrfalrl favorable. In a fotr
localities rain Is hooded bul everywhere
grass Is reported as doing- well and tho
promise It for plonty ' feed. Abundant
ralna In Texas glvo renewed hope to the
cattlemen find ftssurw thorn a rcaaonably
Tho Osbomo (Kan.) .FarmM' says that
when tho cows go out to pnsturo poor nnd
hidebound resolve solemnly that next win-
ter thoy shall bo housed all of tho time and
Iho stable shall bo warm. Just sco how
long It will tako them to gain flesh enough
td maktJ any prcflt ovor thoir feed. Will It
bo hdlt Of tho summer I
The Importance ot immediately destroy-
ing slandered horses on account of tht
groat danger of tho disease being commit-
nicatcd not only to other horses but also
to thoso who attempt to cure It it ompha-
slzoa by tho report from Fresno Cab thnt
H. Bcllcll lias tho disease. Of hi case It Is
stated that "dlscaso wis contracted while
doctoring glandorcd horsoslnthornln hope
of curing them. History gives no lnstanco
In which a human being hits been cured of
glanders and tho dlscaso la worse If possi
ble than leprosy. Veterinarians claim that
glandors in horses Is Incurable and
that tho risk ot taking tho uiseaso is
very great Ilcnco there should bo no do-
lay or hesitation In killing klandorcd borsos
aa soon as discovered.
Tho "stock editor" of tho J-'armtn' Jtt-
t!t thinks from present Indications it
tooms probablo that In short-horn circles
a boom In what may bo called "tho Btrat-
ton" brand of caltlo Is pending. "Tho
Btrntton family Is as closely Idonllilcdwlth
short-horn history as is that of Tompkins
with Hereford or McComble with tho Aberdeen-Angus
Polls. Their herd has been
carefully bred In tho family for genera-
tions. Flrst-rnto bulls bavo been used to
breed up the foundation laid on the female
side. Tho owners havo been nearer tho
fountain head for puro bulls than nny other
breeder ot a particular 'strain' Thoy havo
novcr spoiled tl.o breeding quallllos of their
females by orcr-fcedlug lor breeding-stock
shows nnd they have also never been
guilty of the erroneous prnctlco of over-
breeding. The Hrattons claim to have
originated as perfect a strain ol cattlo ns It
Wo aro asked If puro-brod cows that uro
used for breeding require higher feeding
nnd better caro than ordlnnry cows. No
we answer. Thoy ought to haro better
caro than a good many ordinary cows got
Ilut all breeding stock should be treated
well and fed properly. Breeding stock doos
not require high feeding and Indeed should
not hnvo It. A breeder will go through tho
winter even upon hay of tho first quality.
It will usually pay however to feod some
grain and when hay Is high It Is better to
teed grain. Wo need to remember how-
ever that breeding stock ought not to be
fattened. Tho food should consist princi-
pally of tho bono nnd muscle-forming va-
rieties. Tho system should bo kept In good
shape and It can not bo expected that that
can bo dono unless tho cow has good nour-
ishing food of somo kind. Hue ought to
havo an occnslouul ration ot roots lu win-
ter but tbey must bo fed with caution.
Feeding roots too liberally In winter may
cause abortion. H'nttrn Karat.
SuAIMe'8 COff AQE
hii Maine fliiWart CoijV SdmmV Ileal-
.SeWtewtlSarlfa'rftoff '"'TKo i'lalh'o Cottage' n Ui6 MalHf
'alosWf5 safrim6r homo Is called. Is"
Ann nf thjl ftnntt roo'tilMirr nt liar Ifaf-
W It Is built of natlvo stone Up Iti
A flnaare fHstement by a Carpenter .
ftfroY feare I have had caert trouble
imeiifillfig to no-thlntf short of consumption.
I tai how others' In Tlfco condition had boon
tired by tho uso ot Dft FJoreo's Golden
MniiA1 Dloovorr. and rescfltaVl to test Its
-..-- - - sstil- ...IIJ u a
iiintAvntvn coac. inn itbuiii am du
Atlorney-Oeneral tiurlanrt Declines In V-
pre an Opinion on M Catn Likely to f.ad
to lutllan Trouble.
WasHtxoTox June IT. In response to a
request from the Secretary of tho Interior
upon tho question of the jurisdiction of thu
local territorial authorities and minor
courts In executing process ngainst Indians
for offenses under aevtion nine under the
act of March 3 l!S known as the Indian
Crimes act Attorucr-Oencral Garland has
declined to express an opinion on tho
ground that the question does not
arise oat of a roal caao demanding ac-
tion by tho Interior Dcpartmeut Ho sug-
gests however that a tost caao bo brought
In the courts. Tho case In point was re-
ported by Captain Kerr of tho Hixth
cavalry from which It appears that during
the disturbed condition of affairs lately ex
isting In Navajo County Now Mexico a.
party of whites Invaded tho Indian reserva-
tion and stole a herd of Indian horaca. The
Indians retaliated and It I now bollored
that tbo sheriff of tbo county will under-
take to-arrest the impeded Indiana. This
action If permitted Captain Kerr fears
will rcault In acrioua trouble.
New Yoiik June 18. Tho Inquest into
tho death of tho lunatic Farrtth in tho
Ward Island Asylum was continued to-day.
Krall KaWne a former attendant in the In-
stitution testified that the favorite method
of dealing with refractory patients was to
raise them up from the floor one keeper at
tho head and another at the feet uud let
them drop several tiinot. Witness know of
one patient who had hi ribs broken by th
attendants. He alto know that tome of tho
inmates were entirely satio. The jury io-
turned a verdict that Hatl was caused by
violence used by tho attoudants MeCuo
and Cloary also censure tho examining I
physicians lorine meager report oi mo
cauto of death.
Grading up with any thing but thorough-
bred sires is very slow work.
It Is not very difficult to breed a flno
horse but It Is to breed his exact match.
If tbo hogs havo no pnsturo to run In
tbey should bo given plenty of freshly-cut
grass weed oats corn or any thing clso
Furmcrs should pay more attention to
breeding horses that havo good feet nnd
legs. Bound feet and legs count moro than
If a horso Is inclined to lung troubles be
careful not to feed mustr hay. It had bet
ter bo allowed to run on grass at ntgbt dur-
ing tho summer ns It will bo less llnblo to
permanent Injury. Bhcaf oataorclcunoat
straw aro better for such horses than hay.
Orasscs and clovers for posturago nnd
hay; cnsilugo crops and beets for grocn
feed in wintor; moro oats and nitrogenous
byo fodders for balancing tho winter food
ration; bettor blood; bettor management
und caro nro some of tho things that are
making horsc-rntsing profitable
AH male pigs from early lltlern that aro
not to bo kept for breeding purposes should
bo trimmed soon. It Is better to trim them
beforo hot weather nnd flies como than to
wait till tho cool days of fall. Ills dono
with greater caso nnd with loss dunger
whiio Iho pigs nro a fow weeks old.
Tho horso by whoso sldo n colt I to be
broken should havo tho action desired lu
tho colt. If ho Is to bo a road horse tho
ono he Is broken with should bo a good
etralghlforward goer. If tho colt is to bo
used for heavy work his mate should bo a
good walker and should pull steadily at
Tho best method to save the plum crop
from tho ravages of the curcullos Is by
jarring the trees and killing them when
thev falb To do this wo tako a sheet largo
.enough to spread as far as the branches
reach then give wo trco a snarp auuuca
Jar when the curcullos will fall and can be
seen on tho whlto sheet and nt onco crushed
between tho thumb and finger. Tho best
timo to do this is early In tho morning
when they nro benumbed by the cool air
and are very slugglah and can scarcely fly
or get away. Tho tree must have a quick
sudden Jar to bring tho curcullos down.
A correspondent of the -Vrw Xuglaml
JluiMttnui snyst Cabbage woims never
trouble an Kngllsh gardener of my acquaint-
ance. When they first appear ho dissolves
a tablcspoonful of saltpetro in u pailful of
tepid water nnd gives tho plants a good
sprinkling. Tho worms will disappear
speedily. If thoy begin after a fow days
to nppcar again renew tho sprinkling nud
you will sgldom have occasion to apply it a
third time. It promote tho growth or tho
plants too. Seeing him planting his mel-
ons sauathos and cucumbers I naked him
I if tho bugs would not destroy tho vines.
I If.. .1.1 li ivna nnt-AP tmuhted bv atrloed
bug. When he prepared tho hills ho
planted a circle of beans six Inches apart
uround tho outer edgo of each hilt Tho
beans would como up just beforo melons
etc. would appear and no bug would mo-
eat the vinos. I have tried those two re mo
dies myself for ten years with perfect tuo-ccaa.
mi stofv. With a ton-work of
. .. .. . '. j ... :. .
about three feet bf brlCK. xno wnus
nro built on tho bedroofc 61 tho hill on
which tho cottago It situated lhd
houso Is on n wood road leading oil
from Kden street and Is completely
hidden from vlow by a thick growth of
mountain ttino nnd balsam it is iou
feet fchoVo lilt) water over a mllo from
tho vlllagu nnd surrounded" by llftlf ft
dozen handsome cottages which can
bo dimly seen through tho trees. A
driveway leads up to tho rear of tho
house which Is so constructed nnd or-
HtltliCntcd thnt It has tho nppoaranco of
being tho fronts JJeloWi on tho hill
nro tho stables.
Tho lilalno cottago Is larger than
most dwelling-houses nnd its rooms
nro laid out with great economy of
space. Thoy nro lArgc nnd thero is
not a square foot of tho houso that Is
wasted. 1'lazzas cnclrclo tho houso on
tho first floor with railings of small
stono cemented Into a solid wall. Sov-
oral of tho rooms on tho floor nbovo
havo long windows opening on balco-
nies. Tho main sitting-room Is nearly
twonty feet square nnd tho' wholo
sido facing tho water with tho ex-
ception ot tho door is filled with an
enormous oval piece of French plate-
glass. Under this is a long dlvnn
wlicro a dozen may sit at onco
nnd got tho grand view. Opening out
of this room nnd with the sanio view is
Mr. Dial no's library. Hero ho lias his
liooks and pictures and docs his writing.
Tho cntiro cottago is furnished id an
claborato stylo and tho walls nre hung
with pictures of many foreign person-
acres who sent them to jur. lilalno
wltllo ho was Sccrotary of State.
Throughout tho houso nro cabinets ta-
bles tapestries pictures mural decora-
tions nnd a thousand valuable and in-
teresting souvenirs of his public life.
Mr. Blalno is particularly fond of nn-
clont engravings nnd raro portraits
which ho has from time to timo secured
nnd had framed and which now adorn
his summer home.
Ills library is a dtiplicato in a largo
measure of tho moro-'tcnslvo collec-
tion of books nt Augusta. Tho furnish-
inirs of the cottago remain undisturbed
during tho winter. Tho cottago was de
signed largely by Mrs. lilalno who has
bad her ideas on whnt a model homo
should bo put into rcnlity In tho cot-
tntro. Tho location was Mr. lllnine's
choice but tho hoHsc wns planned by
his wife. In tho details many ideas of
both havo boon enrried out and ns n
result "tho lilalno cottago1' is admitted
to bo ono ot tho best located best fur-
nished nnd mpst dcstrablo summer res-
idences on Mt. Desert. Chicago Journal.
ffttf Awrf niii.
plant as hardly W require rtUfsfoet or nny
SooVowt It claims I It fci.1 M i u p tho .
luiipcrtf and Strengthens whero Otbf
.lfi TfA Altl Mv reeovorr. Tvhloh la
now on a sure founAatlots Mrfrts entirely Otr
tho romtxus of this wonderful IimtonttTp
havliiOrlod tlhor remedies without rWf
TxLirnoxB girls ato not saints yet there
Is always a "halo" around their head.
ror Itleket Maraimu. and Wt'naT D'-
orders or Children
Boots'' Emulsion of Pure Cod Llvor Oil
with llypopliosphltes. Is unoqttsled. The
rapidity with which children gain flesh and
atrontfth upon It is von? WotlderfU Jlcad
tho following! "I hnvo used Bcott'f Emul-
sion In case of Illcketsand MaraimusM
longstanding nnd bavo boen moro than
plonscd with tho results as In pyory caso
tho improvement was markod." J. M.
Mill) M. I). New York.
A oiin giveaway "And I bequeath my
mortal remains to tho cause ot science."
Don't Hawk Spit Couch
suffer dlizlnoss Indigestion Inflammation
oflhooyo hoodncho lasslmdo. Inability
m nnrfnrm mntitnl work nnd indisposition
for bodily labor nnd annoy and disgust
your friends and ncqualntanccs with your
nasal twang nnd offcnslvo breath and con-
stant efforts to cloan your noso and throat.
when ur. tjago's "wnuirrn iwraraj"
nmmniiv rrtttnvn rou of discomfort and
suffering and your friends of tho disgust-
ing and needless Inflictions of your loathe-
To riMn out how old a lady Is ask some
other lady. DanvilU Bruit.
Food makes Blood and Illood maVcs
Beauty. Improper digestion of food neces-
sarily produces bad blood resulting In a
fooling of fullnoss in tho stomach ncldlly
hoarlburn alck-hendacho and other dys-
peptic symptoms. A closoty confined llfo
causes Indigestion constipation bilious-
ness and loss of appetite. To roraovo theao
troubles thoro is no remedy equal to Prick-
ly Ash Bitters. It has locn trlod and
proven to bo a specific.
Wx hear of a dress subduod In tone.
They should soil by tho score.
There Is n Means of Eradicating local dla-
ease of thoskln vlzt Glenn's Sulphur Boap.
llUl's Ualr and Whisker Dyo Wa
Food for reflection the good dinner that
you missed. irAUcAaU Ttmti.
3 month's treatment for. fiOc Plso's
Ilcmody for Cn-nrrh. Sold by druggists.
At what ago do men usually wish to re-
tire from llfel Uermtt-ago.
It pm- aptetr n""S
womanhood. 1 ill !""' .'"" 'p C.:
liMMnUo.ih tst "."!!. 5"
i. ken it all tltnetw in ptfrecimey -
aa. as maTT - :
i a. x it am
K oTCi ?--
UTILE aVaAB-COATKD rXLLS.
nnatlon. Put up In l.vi?JX
y-Vled. Alsrars frcali I"".! .nilvr.
"!.. .Li Alwira frral
iin(lvc alterative (
fbr ttl T-cllcM give in.
aih and bowels are prcanpl- -Vj
cured by thn umot tir. j-lotn.
Our Doasted Equality.
"You can soo how mooch dccfcrcnco
ho vhas in dis country" lie was saying
to a reporter yesterday ns ho gyrated
his arms around in nn excited mnnnor.
"My naybttr ho haf a poy. Dot poy
gets on tier railroad car und falls off
nnd loses n leg. JJcr railroad ioiks
par his faddcr two tottsnnd dollar
"Veil. I haf a poy und ho goes on
tier railroad und some pollccmcns
como along und pull him off und oop
ho goes for thirty days. Do you call
him somo slmstico nnd equality?"
Detroit Free Prat.
Weak and Weary
Describe the condition of rnanr pcopl debilitated
br tha warm weather br aia. or ortrwora.
Hood's BartaparUla I Juttthamedlclne needed to
butld up and strengthen tbabodr.purlfr and quick-
en tha tlntitsh bloott. and restore the lost appallta.
If jou need a good medicine b sure to trr Hood's
Oaring me summer i wasieenngajirunwiwn
and thinking I needed something to tone up my
trttem 1 took 1 loo.fi Sarsaparllla and felt much
belter. I hut alto been troubled with dyspepsia
and Uood't tltrtaptrllla helped ma mora than any
thing else. ' Jamm IU Minnow fort Warne Ind.
Bold br all drtwlilt. Ill tit for U. I'rapartd by
C 1. HOOD & CO Apothecaries Lowell Matt.
100 Dosos Ono Dollar
it a a puiuurvurTiBii rWOWUIB
-"' .cUBAKK "VrrjRIES
ICKU PRicXlYASfl Ea-n.
Never Out of Style.
Good old-fashioned honesty nud
morality nro qualifications that novcr
go out of date and tho ten command-
ments havo n wisdom thnt is over new.
Advice that embodied this truth was
given by an Irishwoman to a man who
intended going Into business:
"Tako mo ndvoico nnd stnrt n pro-
vision store Mrsthcr Murphy. It's
nlways loolcy nnd always safo. Stock
it wid honest bafo nn' hams. Dry-
goods nnd slch goes out of fasitton but
a lig o' mutton an' righteous d'nlin' is
nlwnys In demand." youth's Cont-
panion. i . a
Gcorgo Eliot is buried in Highgato
Cemetery London. Tito cravo Is In n
most ttnattrnctlvo spot. Tho stono nt
its head Is perfectly simple and is ot
whlto marble. It bears tho natno "Mary
Ann Cross" nbovo that of "Gcorgo
Eliot." Across a narrow pathway is
the gravo of Georgo Lowe. His gravo
looks much older than that of Georgo
Eliot although it war mado hut two
years earlier. Chicago Herald.
The Hzperlane or Mrs. Peters.
Mrs. t-tter had Ills.
. Peters wuturasba was going to dlai
Thr dosed her with pills.
With powders and squills
nQ a'- fav
....-- ......- ......
ua antra tautur oncitxr amroiu
Is Coring all uneaiti oi tne
BLOOD. UVtlt UiUffl-
Blood Invigeratii and
IOUSCOMFLAIHTS.ftO dltapptar atone under
US peneanai nunms.
It li purely a Medicine
as lu cathartic proper-
ties forbids its uso as
aattothetaite and at
eaillv Ukn by cnua
Irta as adults.
ipRICKlY ASH BITTERS CO
BtXooi aa4 juaaxa Cm
tUcr cannot cure.
. .Msunir Tin IT j
weak wsS-Jfi-lS taekliuf or couifMoir to'
In the rs aeafni nacicinK offeioiye
clear the throat Pe from ulcers J tbo'
matter tojrcther Jftb0sniSmtwBnSr! flg
voice Is changeJ ana ?.." Jha tIulto nre rrJ
breath is otfcn.lve t rmell anaj bw lth
paired! there i It it ""JfcC ?colih and iren-
mcntal impression o ". .tj airaTC.nAini'X
era! debility. "'? 'e7nofnjcnt lii any on
symptoms are likely WJ P-lSS without
one. Thousan-ls of ."-"i'torna. re-
manlfcaUnir half of tno ooso m gnyr.
in vaMf--- . . in tiitn iiraiur-
to MiaBSw- &
..Untold Agony from CaUrr"f . .
inciirablc. ana " d towards sun-
Tti lmeux.ju -----fMu..
main nnd IDO curu w - r
tCntlmnUr M"wW '"K
TnA J. ncsniKO K-.MJleJlZ2:
a Smi wi-A-aSr rrKpH
SI. iouit. J"-j " VhVio rears. At tlrnee rewuM
from ratarrb for thw-fcajj bawktnar
-Lny fo?Vhe lS.t?laU.rnpnth
ougntnouiu'n s"; nr
na tur "--..; ntrtl.
and iolttlna;. ana lor Liu ---
eonld not brcaino vuu- y".. ....
thn.iht nothing- oouiu " l"-Tr1.nli
lTr7fwas adytaod -Si nr I 'bcjlero
Iteracdy and I .5.0Lii fnr ratarrb now;
It to bo tho oniy "i ii' haa only to fr rt
a permanent euro."
Three BoIe Care Catarrlj-
Eu llonnrs ni"f". ' ."$ Suarrli whea
pa. sayst -My u'Jlbiib7r I ta W
she wainvo fn1ireTWcd and pro-
tound and hearty."
ri. titsast d wii
With ramadlet t and wiib ramadlta dry.
Mtnr meaicina lurea o.r.
llut nooa ot Uim eured her.
C'lilcioo June 17.-Twodo.nl hodlea were
found In the lake tbla mormn-r ami sua-
plcious circumstances surround both. A
raggodholo In tbo left breast showed wheio
a largo alied bullet had entered nnd patted
directly through tho heart of ono man.
from ull aptivaruuccs tbo body bad been In
the water uhout four days. There srat
nothing on It to give a clew us to the name
tSome letters written lu a foreign lanirusKo
presumably Uohcmlan were found lu a
coat pocket nut tbo name was tea dim to
bo read. The other body was ttuitof Ku-
geno Wright a colored man who was last
seen Tuesday night In company with an-
other colored man.
New York June 17. There were divers
rumora on Wall street yesterday lu rcgurd
to coming developments In tbo telegraph
business. Tbo story bavlng the most effect
on the market was that the Western Union
would soon take steps to abtorb the Haiti
more it Ohio but the Weitora Union
directors uld that tbey knew nolblng
about It- Another story which la believed
to nave emanated from the syndicate was
that a meeting of capitalists would be held
here lo a few days for the purpose of form-
log telegraph trust to Include all the
telegraph companies outside of the Wett-
irn Union even tbo Hell telephone being
mentioned as a probablo icctr.her. This
w also denied ftir round.
If a farmer Is getting only ton toflltcen
cents for his butter ho baa tbo best excuse
In the world for putting plenty of fresh
inllk Into tho calve und to skim alt milk
whlloyct tweet for pigs.
A. D. lludnall aold last week to Colonel
V. Molheratll general manager of the De-
troit & Illo Uranda Cattlo Company of
EuKle N. 11.. throo cars of tho finest bulla
ever shipped to tho Territory. Tbo pur.
cbaae consltt of ono car of pure bred
Hcrcfordt and two car a of high grades.
id Anliiuu (tot.) Isailtr.
The Kansas prairie crop lo lttSd was
valued at fJ.OOO.tm This year It will go to
1 11000 OHO.
Armour has commenced shipping dressed
fresh meat Into Omaha from i.antas City
and u lively contest among tho butchers
Impends. As an offset to tblt Armour is
buying all tho heavy bogs bo can obtain in
tbla market and shipping them to Chicago
says the 111.
Three timet a Humter (Oa.) man broke
UDthoncttot a guinea ben that teemed
determined to set- Tbo latt time she
deliberately walked to a well flow up to
the curbing and plunged bead nrtt Into the
deep waters below. When got out she was
Tbo blackbird has boon found eijually de-
structive of tho eggs of birds of other
species with that of tba crow and sparrow.
Tho farmers of Glasgow township Cloud
County Kan. IoUfl(WJ by hog cholra.
Oeorgo Elwood a live stock dealer esti-
mates that not leas than .'5000 head of cat-
tle will be fed in WathingtoaCouoty Kan.
during the coming fall and winter.
Tbe catbird 'uat before dining upon your
ripe nice cherries porches himself upon
an eminence tn tbo neighborhood and tben
you are treated to a coralo opera of over a
halt hour's longth. Ills melody at tuoh
timot It very pleating. w
A Fayette (Mo.) paper urges siocxaen
to eel up monthly stock sales
I the region around JJloomingtou lit.
the trodo la draft horse. s so good that
ono of tho banks Is said to cath an average
ot II.UXJ a day lu drafts Rlrou in payment
Thalr namsa and Uwlr nrnu bar nofcodr eonld tall)
And sba toon ralgbl bar dld
Uat soma -llu" wtr tried.
That acMd Ilka oagts and than tht gut wall.
Tbomagio "I-ellota" wero Dr. Tierce's
Ploaaant Purgative Toilets (the original
Llttlo Liver Tflla). They cured Mrs. Teters
and now sho wouldn't be without them.
A mix's funny-bone we jsretume en.
ablrs blm to laugh In bis sleeve J"nniri
A cnitr thing In summer hatt a dude'
bead. .AltadVp"i4 A'titt Amttica.
TIE GREAT "V"CUREFOR
Cure Neuralala Toolhache.
HHdiche. Catarrh. Croup. Sora ThfOHr
Lame Back Sim Joints. Sprains Br.ilttf
Burns Wounds OM Sores and
All Aches and Pains.
Th inanr letilmonlilt recalred hr nt mora tnaB
prora all wa claim for liilt TtloaWo remedr. la
not onir rauavet ma moss nm aB ."
IICurasYeu. Thai's the Waal
t 0oM hw Iinirtilti. flUH. FaOKO BHkXallM tf
Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY CHICAGO.
If are treated Drr.randltt co ntpllratlona
wllh most wondartnl tuctwssi usateatta-
tla rtmadlas entirely haimlf ss. lie mot
allatmpior- ' psrinl! loaodara.
Cora patlan snil hopeless lil low
beat pUrslcians. Krom flntdosatrmpfomy
rmpldlr dlsappaar.and In ten aajj s at least
..M..i..nn.f.wmnd. noma mar
THE QENEOAL MARKETS.
CArrLI Shipping aleer ..MOD O
Native cowa . ... SIM & J3
llulchcrt'tteari ... 3 -1 & 1W
I1CK1B Oooct to choloo henry. IS1 A tin
WHISAT-Ho. t red
No. toft n O K
COIlN-No.il 3J it )
0AT8 No. M '
UVK No. W ''
KI)UK I'ancy per tack
llutchert' tteert ...
BUBr't' fair to choice
OATTlK-Bhlpplng tteert. ...
IIOOB Tacking and shipping..
BlIKKT-Vulr Id choice
KLOUIt Winter wbaat
WHBAT-No. l red
OATTI.n-Common to prime
IIOSB Oood to choice
KIX)UU-Coo4 to cboles
OATH- Wettern wised
UUrrKIt-Creamery . -..
itmI artttcliinir vrrr dUlretatn?
1 1 tllowed to ounlloua tamora form wblch
. often tilMd and olcfate becoming T'ryaora.
swArss's.ui n.-j- r. a -
owpa HCOlOg OS UICUUIJE. IKU4
utcrntuuu. .uu u wmuj
Uraa week. (Ji.alull bl.urrpeaa.ntmevaa m.
how long ataictea. etc. Band for f rpamphllooD
Ulnlng testimonials. Tendars' traatmtnt lornljbaa
U br mall. II job onltr Irtat. joa n'ratgra
this a-drertuainsnl to as with 10 cents la alampa to
pay pottttt. Kpllcpsr Itlisl poiltlrelr cured.
H. H. GREEN A ONS M. Da. Atlanta Oa.
u Ton AVtsaqn nrira.
Ir UrttVf Star! ketllll JtM4
Nl tl9m D-rtTt-ai MI mr
M lWaJ. ft Ht
HlUt Ittla fta-btri
I1RKS 99 III.HAIbTII. '
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TOR ALL DISORDERS OF THE
W and Bowels
Cust CoitTirATIo. IKniotrrioN.Drtrrrtu.
pi i-n. Sick HaAi)4cii.l.irittCoMri.Ai.iri. Lots
Dies KW. l-KICK IS eeata.
PACIfia MAHUrACTURINQ CD.BT.iaUISMO.
f-UKWINI VtT ATF.lt ALII'IITNINO pitour
fJREAT ENOLISU REMEDY
Tor Llrtr. rile Isdlf tstloa. elf. Tret I
conistat sir I'ura V-lsbls lorrtillt
MKvku onus. ctr. m- ijjuu.ho.
Wigs Btngt and Wts not O.O.D. anr.
wtrt. Wboltst'stMl ullprtea-llilrrM
n O. ttr.tl i: Co III tVtbMkr.Xautga.
t Ut maw kind aftllr or rm llBlUlsgft.
ytlitJ!' atlsaaall tnm ir SUte. Addraa)
Ta cuhs wsiu aii tut iAiii nr
I DettCoughHjnjn. Ttslesgood. Ut H
IjJ In tlinn. Hold tiy dniyrUls. Slt
wtr-To-iV WELL AUGER & DRILLS
Address a A.mtQCKKTT CO.
Ctttlogntsfrra. Xtastt City. HO
pay bounty pro-
w laws. A. W. Ill-Toll.
M ira Bon. Cloclnmil. O.i Wasblngtou !. C
21 ytrart' pracllr Ymcct
lor drrnlar a net nw
or no r?
Olt Ittll'TI'ltK.-Asr ltdr or
uriusn sanrnng irom iius ai-
Itia wr ill receive soin'tblag of
lntihnshlaa value wllliout rtisrae hy adilreislng
B.I.U lllk.9 ahm Durruui w Dl. JOtplt MO.
nPHCinHC ot Mt'lran War and ttnlonVat.
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W1IKN WltlTINO TO AIlVKUTINnilS
? Irate eay you saw the Advertisement la
For a woman to say she does not use
Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap is to
admit she is "behind the times.
Nobody uses ordinary soap now they
can get " Lenox"
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1887, newspaper, June 23, 1887; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70973/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.