Cherokee Telephone. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1890 Page: 4 of 4
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KillK I omUKPUk
t. ■wm'jtfrrt don't Mhui" your fafa;
k i.' wt- l.adn'l lot* to ch«H«r.
i th« world would b*. bleak and dre*r
>«;«*•] for A liron.lor Iff*.
w ah,I p.w r, nv. *t Wife.
ing up toward (bo InA:
m tuat tarns to the sua.
of heavenly birth
ioriotia plac** "U #*rtl —
•t. <-d-*«tit girt -
i ,• w th that to Uft.
I hasbau l. fonnd mynelf totally incapgMe heaxenlf.^
| of afturding consolation Gonrgie refused
>ho repulsed me «u-
an to t
ti e dark I
id the l i Ifiht,
wlfo of tny heart.
h till "death do n* part.'
it the iweet letter* Ol
I In heaven above.
The Story of a Tragic
DT H. M. DAVT.
AN ILL-HTABREI> MABBIAOC.
My marriage morning dawned. Snow
was f illing heavily, the cold intense.
It bad been arranged we wery to leive
for Kdinbtirgh by the mid-day train. I
packed my \ ortmanteau and net off at the
•pj-oiuted limo in the carriage that wux
to convey me to aurch. An old m in
was sweeping t!.e snow away from the
church porch us I alighted, aud the
clork, apparently on the lookout, con-
ducted me up tbe aisle nnd left me stand-
ing at the altar rails He «1 a woman
who vii dnsting the pew« were to be the
tole witneNHRB to our marriage.
The building felt chill and vault-like,
n l th-- time I waited seemed intermin-
able. More than once the ricar, opening
the vestry door, looke I at me and glanced
anxioualy down the church. Ue invited
me to go in beside the fire, but I doclinod.
Lvery moiuont mJ anxiety increased. I
consulted my watch for the twentieth
time; it was more titan half-paat 11, and
the hour appointed wus half-p<st 10.
• 8upi osiug after all an unlooked-for
gecideut should delay the marriage.
Shortly after thia idea suggested itself,
Mrs and Mibh Hargrea\o entered the
church, and the momont they did so I
knew there wan something wrong, and
went do*n the nialo to meet thom.
"Mother only had ono of her fainting
Jits." George "whispered, looking radiant
ami happy, and as though ahe had not a
care in the world. Mrs. Hargreave was
deadly pale; a pink apot burned on either
"Never mind," ahe gasped; "I nm well
We took our places according to the
▼icar'a directions, and tho Hervice began
Htr/inge to sav, my atteution was much
more fixed on Mrs. llaryreavo than on the
bride, who, in point of fact.soemed quite
unconscious of her mother's appearance
The clergyman, I was sure, remarked it.
As to m^self, knowiug what I did, i could
not tlivest my iniud of the idea that but
for bhoei- force oi' will she would have ex-
pired there ami then. The thought made
me nervo is. I was cousoions my hand
trembled as I laid the ring on tho book;
it shook perceptibly when I had to place
the ring on Georgio s finger.
She looked at me in surp-ise and smiled
~-not a little scornfully.
"Those whom God hath joined together
let no man put asunder."
Scarcely were these words spoken
than my worst fears became veritied.
With a* sharp cry, succeeded by a low
moan. Mm. llargteavo fell forward against
"Mother, motherl Keep up a little
longer. Oh, remember all that is involved,
cried Georgia, striving to raise Mrs. liar
to listen to my
I When I touched' her
1'resently she rose, and throwing hack
her hair, which had fallen in disordered
masses about her shoulders, she called
ini)>eriou*l\ to Kdua "Bring my dear
mother's Hible tbe book she loved so
well." And on the girl returning, she
I seized it irom her, and kiaslug it frantic-
| ally exclaimed
"Hero, in the presence of the dead
tnothfr who lived and die 1 for me, I
Iswuur .J le .d tbe life ahe would have me
lead. O, God, help me to be faithful
i Hut I>r. OsHCoigue was at her side in
| an instant.
| "Stay! Say nothing >ou may afterward
regret. He < aim. '
I l ho words, though spoken in a low,
eager whisper, wen d'ttinctly nndtble to
me. I he authoritative tone displeased
' me. I was not surprised that it should
I be resented.
My wife's eyes flashed fire as she turned
" How dare yon spe tk to me like that?"
she cri* d. "What l ave you to do with
mv oith? That is between my poor dead
mother, myself c.nd t od. What right
have you to interfere9 None. I am mar-
ried now. My husband will protect me.
When I want your aid I'll ask for it."
She wus «|uivering with indigmtut rage,
and tnrned to me now, clinging convul-
sively to my arm. They were strange
words surely: but then my darling whs
excitable **i d highlv wrought. Ha I she
not nlwaa.j b.-. u o from the first of mv
I looked at Gascoigne. A slight flush
had risen to his face. He bowed nis head.
When that < ay eouies." t-aid he, very
quietly aud u little sadly, -you will find
With that he turned and left the room.
I made a movement as though to follow
him, but (ieorgie held me back.
"Don't. Oh, dou t speak to that man
agaiu. 1 hate—1 loathe tbe sight of him."
Then, once again falling on her knees
before Mrs. r.ikb;iave, she seemed to for-
get nil else i i sorrow for h+r !rs*.
I bad to beg Kdna to add her entreaties
to in >ne before I was able to prevail upon
my wife to leave the room
There aefint to be an end to bauque
Dennis Flynn will not run for con
gross thib time. Hut he is young yet
Joe l'osi is reported to be flghtiiif
Govern' Steele baa made a ipcec?.
in Hill II kney'H i-ountry.
The Historical society does not wan
to forget • McCfcba'l mules."
Dennis Flynn isn't srailinp any broad
er than Major Harriot, now.
« klahoma City contemplates straigh
Unlng out its principle street.
A Guthrie saloon has opened itsel
Don't be a "sooner" in the Arbuckcj
go d excitement,
The Oklahoma City Times thinks the
Choctaw is worth several capitals.
If Bishop Perkins is beaten for con-
gress, Oklahoma will not be in with
A good many "sighs for relief" in Ok
call the impres-ions of that night, the lahoma would refuse any of that $47,000.
first moments of my entering Longdale
When shall we sef orr.
1 nodded, smiling, well plea*ed at the
transformation these few word* had
wrouglrtin her. "Would tune ever chance,
or custom stale, her infinite vanity"
Another reference to Cleopatra! l ^S
was I continually drawing parallels hcl
t«'<-eu iieorgie aud Egypt'* beauteous
"We can leave here by tha ear'ie.t
train," she went ou rapidly "In pu>.sing
th'v>Uu*h London we csn en ai;e a courier,
aud-let me see- a French maid. I know
where to apply Ah, what a hi.ppy time,
I tiie.m to have! I si.nil not even take
Eiina. This time I will be free!"
She broke oil stiddenl v. her eye filled,
with tears. "1'o-r mother. ' (he said.;
throwing betsolf i ito i.^v arms. "I will!
inuke you a good wif«, Jack," she whis-
pered fervently. «
"My delightful darling' As though
ever for a moiueut doubted it!"
Of those wesks I spent abroad I will;
not - I can rot—write iu full. Never pre-}
viously had I been, what 1 may term, >
re kle-sly happy; never since liave I felt
so free from cure.
We remained only a few days—a week
at most — in one place. Georgia revelled
in the life of movement and perpetual
change. She was happy. I believe now
it inu^t ha\e been her happiness that re-
flected itself in me.
The third week in January we passedj
through London, dismissing courier and
maid; uud late one nigh* we reached our
North-Country home. How vividly I re
OU.rrnt of Follovlnc the In-
Junction •* Love On® Another.•*
Do m' II ever fall la love with carh other I
\\ omen do. Hot loug ag«' a young woman
lu New Jersey was married to a .\outhful
TBI world >• mil or people who tr.m
.,™„.t and .willow, whole
"ru, id. ,how.W,d lL_
It l'rove4 Useful.
Hobnon—Hello, Stryker, where are
I've got a
dead*•ore tip"for to-day, aud I'm taking
a trunk with me to bring my winnings
'" ll'bson (meeting Stryker neit day)
—Well, did you have use for that
tr s'trvker—I did. 1 borrowed enough
money on it to pay mv fare home.-
A lover of literature in lioaton ot>-
jects to advertisements in tho street
cars, and w ants to see the panels orna-
mented with quotations from the best
The onlv way to be happy is to be
doing something to niako everybody
olao happy. You get rich by giving
Hwav. It is impossible for anv heart to
enjoy real and permanent happiness
that is not filled with love to God aud
good will toward all meo.. To hate is
the most terrible mislortune that cat)
befall a soul.
armtb, the lights, the mellow
coloring, the atmosphere of truly English
oomfort that pervaded the old Grange de-
lighted me. Besides, the place was uiine.
Surely it was not an unpardonable prida
that caused me to rejoice <n the sense of
My wife had l een very still nnd silent,
tinting tbe foitei part of tbe journey. I
Homebody is trying to get up an Ind-
ian scare. Probably toe many dime
UVror on her father'" J rin. Sometime you «°'nR?
: It ' - ... vewd that tho hujj- Htiyk.-r to the raoea
h.md was a female; the young wife refused.
however though earnestly entreated by her
friends, to give up her chosen consort. The
struugest part of the discovery was the fact
that the bride knew her husbuud was a
wxiuau before she was led to the altar.
If men do not exhibit this strange infatu-
ation for ono of their own sex, they at least
oftentimes give evidence of tho fact that
they love one another. There are many ili-
st liices on record where one man lius given
his life for nm>ther. There are many more
instances where men have given life to
another. . t , ,
It is a proud possession— the knowledge *ntbor
Unit "one hn. .lived a pr-eloua human life.
Meriden, Conn . i« tl.o home of such a
iui.nv man John H Preston, of that city,
luly llth, WOO, wrltea: "Five ,vcar a«o I
win takPn very aiok, I had several of tho
host doetors, and one and all called it a
■'.mipUcation of dlaeoaes. I iva. sick four
■ ■ rs, taking prewriptlon. prescribed by
ih ue Mate doctor., audi truthfully state I
never e*|iected to Ket any betior. At thl.
time, I commenced to have tbe most terrible
>iiiu in mv biu'k. One day au old friend of
iuino, Mr 11 T. Cook of the ttrm of Curti.
ft Cook, advised me to try Warner'. Sufo
are, a. ho had been troubled
nd it had elf.vtod a cure for I
ix bottles, took tho medicine
olleever had^a worae'o^kUn^y and
liver trouble than I hail Before this I vyv u™purelv a medicine, uud ••*nnjt
French aercmants are to cross £%
rope in a balloon, starting from
and landing somcxheie in Buasia ^
Norway. Should they be able to con-
plete reliable charts of the aerul ear-
rents and settle the question of utilix-
ing them for travel, France may t,oar
Eurojie with a fleet of air ships that
can drop dynamite upon William',
palace in Berlin and toss bombs oT*r
into England in a way to make them
think that the ghost of the First St.
I ml eon has re uraed to complete hit
campaign cut short at Waterloo.
"English as she is writ" receives t
curious illustration in the oircultr
of a German manufacturer, which 11
headed: 441,000 Mk. reward to anv on®
who will procure me the proves of a
falsification to be legally persecuted.*
The opening proceeds in the sams
style: "The surprising results pro-
duced by my new Gold-sizes enoourag®
me asking you to make a trial nodonbt
that you will at once derive from it the
great advantages they present."
A orbat mistake
erhaps was made when
eat remedy Prick
Dr. Sherman nnmed his greL
ly Ash Bittf.hs; but it is presumed that at
If Oklahoq^;depended on consistent ^not m>w, oh, no.'
cy for jewidi
always against proprietary medicines but
! Att wou!d not be very
Hill Nye Ias a brother In Oklahoma.
ureave in her arms
"Take me home, take me homel" gaspei
Tho housekeeper followed us to the
"Eh, let her tjreet," said the woman,
with her strong Northshire burr. "Ye
mun dree yor weird." And she wont on
to sov what but sorrow could be expected
for a Friday's wedding.
It wus not until ilie anc<out North-
Country dame thus spoke of it that I re-
membered Friday was reckoned an un-
lucky day to marry on!
OKOHOIB PUZZLES MR.
The bliuds wero closely drawn at Lang-
dale lir.mge. shutting out the ahitened
wintry landscape. The inmates moved
abont with solemn fai-es and hu>h.d
voice", for in one of the upstairs rooms
that h id been set apart for her to live in
lay Mrs. Hargreave- dead.
Amid such surroundings my bride and
I began v\hat under ordinary circumstan-
ces would have been called our honey-
The funeral nrra gements were mado at
the re iue t of Mr. Dad, of NVexham, tho
lawyer whom Mrs. Hargreave had em-
ployed to draw up her will, and when wo
returne l from the cemetery on Monday
morning he roferrod to tbe fact for the
first time. With a smile which I whs
afterward better able to interpret, he
placod the document in my hand.
Although my life of late had seemed
made up of surprises, I must own that
the contents of that will staggeied me.
With the exception of two or three lega-
cies in furtherance of certain religious
movements in which Mrs. Hargreave aj
pearcd to havo been interested, the whole
of tho real and personal esti
pieathed to —me.
• llow like poor mothsT1." exclaimed
Georgie, when, on tbe lawyer's departure
1 gave her the will to road. "She said I
must never marry a poor man, so you sec
she h s mado you rich."
Aud that was how she took it—she who.
for the second time, as it seemed to me,
had been defrauded of her rights—my
beautiful, unselfish, noble-minded wife.
Never had 1 loved her more truly than at
that moment, and when tho lawyer was
goue, and we wore alono. 1 told her so.
But somehow she did not seem to com-
prehend. Of vihat use to her, she asked,
wore money aud land? "Mother gave me
to you, Jack—me for whom alone she
cared to live. Why, then, are you so
much surprised that'she should also trust
you with what she called 'mere dross'' "
t urned to her now. ind out o'f the fullness) Bat there is nothing fanny about that
of my boart I spoke. • To her who was toj TK . dealers are not look
be the presiding genius of this home. Ii The real tsiate aeaiers are uui.
pictured our future life of love, of mutual' ing on the capital bill as a Hiasc
confidence, of (juiet country pleasures— longer.
an idyllic li e, it seemed to ine '
Hut I broke off suddenly in the midst The editor of the Mulhall Monito
of my rhapsody, for 1 felt her shiver. Her hat? gone off on an editorial excursion
face had paled and wore animp issive by himself.
look; apparently she had not heard my
Friendship expresses itself in very pe-
culiar ways sometimes; but the true friend
is the friend in need.
Ci'Mtt'H Fit* li It KM.
The Population of the Fourth K ii*a
District and of th« State.
Washington 1). C., October 24.The
total population of the state of Kansas
was announced by the Census Office to
No MATTKR how much advertising
p r it certainly costs. A .ingis p*ge
in an issue of the Century, taken for
advertising purposes, ooste $500; in
Harper's, WOO down to $100. A year-
ly advertisement of one oolnmn in the
Sew York Herald costs $3,304 for the
lowest and $130,000 for tho highest
priced columns. These figures will
j i f .i doubtless be of interest to men who in-
day tho count of the shedoles of the ^ ^ or ^ p„ monthi „nd flatter
fourth Supervisor's District being com
This district, which in
, , - ..... . . ,, it, themselves with the idea that they are
There are too many people in Okla pieted. This district, which in- i;w l advertisers, and
-My dearest OtonM. what i. it? What , who just as Ucf «>ave relief, who |ude9 thirty eight counties in the ®«e investment they
has come over you.'■ I asked anxiously. , niint„|nj that because 01 mmi iu «iui j
-Don't notice me," shesaid, petulantly. | 'lo not nee 1 southwestern part of the.State,contains | ^ ^ control the columns aud dio-
Last week the Guthrie papers were 208,079 inhabitants, thus giving the uto the courlie ef the publication.
abusing Daniels. This week they can state a total population of l,423,48u.
not sugar him to much. These counties had in 1S80 a popula-
tion of 155,075, and they have gained
TV ore is notliiuu the matter that I can
e^i'tain. Only—1 must see Edna Lydton
"not- at once!"
Cut to the heart by her 1 nek of svmpa
tuy, I roso :<nd rang the tiell. "Request
Miss Lynton to come here," I said tc the
servant who ap|>eared, am' iu a few sec-
onds 1 .dn ti came.
She looked inoniringly at both of ns; a
frightened, start led o\pr«-s*;.>n cross.-d her . .
face as her eyes and George's met. My night for louring in the K1 lteno calaf
wife r.:n to her. took her hand, aud benu- ^00s(«
ing forward whispered in her ear. kissing
Kinirfisher antl (iuthrie were so sweet
on each uthtr two months ago. Hut 143,004, or 92—per cent. ie a\e g
♦.hen how temfms does fugit.
Cowboys have to pay fotir dollars a
her warmly. Then turning round to me:
"It is lute. Jack," she sa<d. "You will,
Iain sure, excuse me. I want to be with
Amazement and anger for the moment
struck me dumb. My next impulse was
to protOHt fiercely against this extraordi-
nary proceeding on my wife's part, but
ultimately pridr came to my aid.
Speechless 1 strode to tho door and —j -
helu it open, and wait'd while Edna ap- ital question yet. There is that much by counties,
pearod to be iemonstrating in a low tone sooti squabble anyllOW.
with my wife. It was useless, however,
and both passed out together. As they it is a fjood thing Kingfisher ceased
did so, (leorgie's lookw were averted, but tQ ^ <;uthrie's little Anna Rooney be-
I krow that Edna raised those soft im- _ m-uriafrM hill
ploting eyes of hers to n.ino. I would fore Hrown s marriage Dill.
not meet their gaze, but took out my
watch. It was past midnight.
1 did not see my wife again till luncheon
time next day.
[TO BK CONTIVUEO.l
rease of the whole State has been
much less than this. The State con- 1
tained 906,006 inhabitants ten years
ngo, and it has therefore gained 427,389
or at the rate of 42.01 per cent. It will
It Is very important in this ago of vast
material progress that u ijfcmedy bo picas
ing to the taste and to the e.Ve, easily taken,
occcptable to the stomach and healthy iu ite
nature and effects. Possessing these auuli
ties. Syrup of Figs in iho one perfect laxa
♦.ive uud most gentlo diuretic known.
was the ver-
Why does this man stare so ? Ha
is simply listening to the marvelous
cures effected by Dr. Pierce's Gold-
en Medical Discovery.
The following case illustrates:
February 14th, 1890.
World's Dispensary Mzuical Associa-
tion. Buffalo, N. y.:
GmtUmen-A remarkable raso ha. occurred
In our territory. J. N. Ilorry, a mm .bout
thirty year, of nee, wal nulnif down rapidly.
tried phy.li'ian after phy.leian, patent
medicine., tome reoelpU- ln fact, everything
diet brought in by a justice of the peaee
The Oklahoma City giant lias been be obeyed that moro than one-third in. were" tVo" l«.vB
arried a year and lias twin boys f°r | 0f the total gain lias been in the south- * 10 into* an icehouse on tb«
ons. western ([uarter of the Mate, and the (Uy o( the recant hot spell.
Pretty soon It will be in order for the rate of increase has been higher in
president to extend the cattlemen'. ,he8e counties than in those of
•ime again. the other districts. The following u_ ... , ( . .
Nobody has lost his life over the cap- |« the population of the Fourth District eric^'^r^° Va.;^i„wed a needle, ltj
caused her no inconvenience or pain,
and she soon after forget it. A few
days since she was reminded of it by
V"14 finding the needle projecting from ber
fllOO Reward. 9100.
Ihe unfortunate creature
"Oh, this is too. too dreadful! What
ie to be done? We are not married yet!
•zclaimed Georgie, wringing h r hand
The vicar, who was now assisting me to
ra;.sc the prostrate figure, looked up
"You are duly married. Mrs. Dudley.
You have but to give your signatures. I
fear this poor lady is seriously ill, and in
that case it will be best to take her home
at once. The rest of the service, under
such circumstances, Mere best dispensed
Georgie thanked him warm 1 v. >N e got
Mrs. Hargreave to the vestry, but she was
anconscious. Not a minute was lost in
signing the register. Bho was then con
?eyed to the carriage and placed in it
Georgie supporting the poor white face
upon her shoulder. But before getting in
myself I directed the mun who had brought
me to church to go and fetch Dr. Gas-
coigne at once to Langdale Grange.
What a journey that was through the
drifting snow; the driver all the while
flogging the hordes to their utmost speed
—the bride and bridegroom supporting
between tbeai the insensible woman, on
whone worn features do tth had but to
surely set his seal! But Georgie faile
to read the signs.
"We can scarcely go to i .v-
day, unless mother 1- a cr: i * *-
buj remarked ouestioningly
"bcarcoly." 1 assented witk?ew
I was only beginning to .* v im ' . >
my position. It dashed on v.- . « w:
denly that the hour I had so er '*nr ? t*
eired had arrived—that the Ut .'if .. . •*.
beside me was my wife, and all the ; at
sionate love which the n ght befor#- had
wavered in the balance now reas- «rted it-
self vith tenfold force
1 clasped my dnrling's hand, and only
looked the thoui^hts that iu that presence
1 felt I dare not utter.
On arriving at the Grange it was evident
enough the t-ecret of our marriage had
transpired. The door stood open ; a crowd
of excited, eager servants were assembled
in the hall.
I was about to lift Mrs. Hargreave from
tbu ferriage, when Kdna Lynton, runniug
lor w ard, whispered in my ear "I sent
i-tr Dr. Gascoigne, fearing this. He iB
Gascoj^ne appeared at the same mo-
ment, and disdaining help, bore the poor
laly in his strong arms to the ne irost
sitting-room and laid her on a couch, then
ordered all to quit the room save me, my
wife and Kdna.
One person, however, unbidden, lin-
gered—a tall, masculine-looking woman,
dresned in stiff, biack silk, a bunch of
keys hun|? at her side.
"Aa'm the housek- eper, Mistress Arm-
strong," she said in exertion to her ri^ht
•> remain, and tho Doctor intimated that
ie might do so.
" iliere is nothing to be done," said
iscoigne pres ntly, fa -nig a-ound upon
"nothing. 8be conbl nut have lived
nv days iu any case."
is she " 1 asked.
But Georgie] wa" |inconsolable. She
■ i g horsult upon tho floor before the
.. d women, in tbe wildest abau lrnment
.;l ifrief. The woals she spoke were
Then, before I could answer, changing
the subj. ct with a suddenness not unusual
with her, but to which I had scarcely yet
become accustomed, "Jack," she said, I
h*ve not eoninlUd jron shont Edna, but
of course you could have no objections to
anv arrangements I might make.'"
"She has left. You want a now maid.'''
I asked innocently enough; for, not hav-
ing seen Edna sinco our marriage morn-
ing, I naturally enough concluded she
liud gone—that we should probably never
meet ngaiu—while a feeling I hud pre-
ferred not to analyze told me this would
be tbe best for both of us.
"Edna left?" echoed Georgie, smilingly.
"On the contrary, she has promised never
to go away unless I wish it. Mother took
a great fancy for E lnu. and spoke to her
very seriouslv on the night of hor death;
the result was that Edna agreed to remain
with me as a oompanion—a friend. Of
course -he must be paid moro than if she
were mv maid, but that is e sily ar-
This announcement petrified me. Edna
in the hou-4 still—consenting to remain?
It seemed incredible!
"Engage anew maid. Georgie, by all
means. 1 sud *bot I d«cidsdly object to
this plan of a companion."
"What eaa T~ watt with one? Yon
iav« sc.* jtns tMUai"
*7 ; 21.V7 w **£ */ O®** *h%4 vou
au> K4a*e Lyase*a. fer •* is ®y Totl
fa " ski Mlf. And, tf yon
*v*. ^ tell ra-s why "
i jtk nyMlf tekr h r.esth her peue-
trus! ■■+ if*** *** h*r o a looj -
tsA* tot exempt. I eired it eagerly and
*Ij it do* r.atnral I shonld hate any-
thing or anybody thst comes between my-
•elf and you'"
"You absurd hoy!" she cried, laughing.
"If you are jealous of a girl what will you
"Htey!" I exclaim"!. "Thit is no jest-
ing matter," and taking her hand in mine
I continued "You know that I adore
you, Georgie; that I am your slave. Btill.
arUui may beg a favor of his mistress;
ave. an<l she may grant it, too. Will you
WUe Sayings SS tbe Weather.
Cats with their tails up and hair ap-
parently electrified indicate approach-
If swine be restless and grunt loudly
there will be much wind.
Pigs can see the wind.
Hunters say that the direction in
which the loon flies in the morning
will be the direction of the wind next
Magpies flying three or four togethei
and uttering harsh cries predict windy
Anvil-shaped clouds are very likely
to be followed by a gale of wind.
The vernal equinotial gales are
stronger than the autumnal.
If it Blows in the day it generally
hushes toward evening.
If small white clouds are seen to col
lect together, their edges appearing
rough, exjiect wind.
A light yellow sky stsiiUhet presages
If the full moon shall rise red expect
A very red sky in the eust at sunset
indicates stormy weather.
Heavy, white, rolling clouds in front
of a storm denote high wind.
The more the legislature monkeys
with the mixed school proposition the
•nore it resembles mixed pickles. Or«^
The Choctaw tracklayers are delayed Hamilton
by uuwuple s? injUBuUOTS- goMMl out r'"r
i ,y the homesteaders near Kl Keno.
Judge Harvey went to the same col
lege President Harrison, Secretary No- jjj|
ble. Senator lirice and John fi. Carlisle , „
A Baptist church was organized at
El lteno last Sunday with twelve mem-
bers. There are some thirty more who i'a -n
will join. k™"
The fire company at guthrie is get-
ting some new apparatus, preparatory So..tt
to the capital question getting over-
Over 500 acres of wheat will be sown ,UN"
.. . 11.811
. . .'..Ml
He went to a noted sanltartum and returned
no better. We all thought he was dying with
consumption, and only a few weeks of Uf®
ere left for him.
He commenced "Oolden Medical l)i cof.
cry " and at the samo time eommonosd to
mend. He has used ahout two doaen bottU*.
and is still using it. He has gained ln wcigW,
color and strength, and is able to do lifht
work. It Is Just such a case as we should
we it we nuwt believe
It has trebled our sales of
Decrease. t !'cw County.
rhe following is the population of
and towns of
IHW) Ifen In
on Sam Paul's place, near Paul's valley
this season;one rente/ alone putting in
The Santa Fe wanted $20 apiece for
the round trip to Galveston for the leg- of the principle cities
islatnre. Things would be different if the Fourth District:
the Hock Island had a road in (ialves-
The Canadian river is full again
This stream would be a continual me-
nace it Oklahoma should happen to go
The Indian commission is doing
more for the capital question than the
after midnight; the weather will legislature, if Governor Steele's sugges-
tion to make geography is acted upon
The Oklahoma City papers say it
would be unsafe for Governor Steele to
come personally tc that town. Okla-
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stage*, a.i<l thut is Catarrh. Hull's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Cutarrh
Cure Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its cura-
tive powers, that they offer $10) for any cane
that it fails to cure.Send for list of testi-
monials. F J. Chesev L. Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7T>c
A .London jeweler has invented an,
automatic watch, which never requireaj
(winding, and is worn in a bracelet.
The motive power being supplied au-
tomatically, tho time-piece requires
neither thought nor attention on the
vart of the owner
JOHN HACKETT & FON.
Druggist*. Roanoke, InA
In all bronchial, throat and lung
affections, lingering coughs, spitting
of blood, weak lungs and kimlred
ailments, the " Discovery" effecll
the most marvelous cures.
The Secret of Hoalth
In th* power to «><it, dlgfot .ml a*«inillAt« I
proper quantity « f wholttftomo food. TtaS
run never Ih* tho cai« while Impurith-atiid
In the nyfttem. The blood must ho purlfkxii
it is th« vitnl principle, minifying through
every part of the hotly. Dr. Tutt'aiMlMeiptl
Ail Impurities and vitalize the whole M tcm>
A Noted Divine says:
"I liAV* 1m*Oft -.lkti«ir Dr. TuttV. l .iv. r PKI
the pa«t three months for dyspepsia, wrak
fttnnuK It ami nervousness. I m*v«r ha«lany-
thing ti* dome so muchgm il. I rerommsM
thrm an ths he*t pill In e*l*t«'noe. anduoall
1 ran to acquaint other* with their merllfc
They are a special blessing."
Kuv. F. It. OSGOOD, New York.
Tutt's Liver Pills,
Price. 25c. Otfice, 39 & 41 Park Placo, N. T.
i.OLTJ '2,(1)1 3,1*11
i,aM9 '2,004 I.fl'JB
A,738 4,911 18,834
lue SOllliwr lib jmav.
A gale moderating at sunset will in-
crease before midnight, but if itmoder-
NVind-storms usually subsid
sunset, but if they do not the
will probably continue during the fol-
When the ulaf* i* low.
Ix>ok out for a blow.
Fast rise after a low l arometer),
Preeedes a stormy blow.
Always a calm before a storm.
No wtather in ill
If th*' wind be atlll.
Every wind ban its weather.
Wtod In tha west weather
Wto4 la *a«t goodtor n«4tljesa oc*baaat
•eli-hid weakness ginerally
Tho Ave mare Intelligence Rules.
It is a wonderful spectacle to see a gov-
ernment with sixty-four millions, and
jnor« wonderful when that government i
'x carried on by the people themselves, i
Did you ever think what was meant by i
a "governiPi-nt iy the people?" It does!
not.tiean a gorrrnment by tho rich, for ;
that *v-oul(l be a government of the few; it (
<loes not mean u government by the most
'intelligent, for that might disqualify you
honia is more -pioneer" to-day than it or me7 it dtxw nyt mean the government
has been yet. 1,10 highest morality, for that would I
be the mele nium; it does not mean a
I iKmporia Republican: A stranger government of the p<)or, nor any single
viewing the disorderly scenes daily en« class of citizens, but it means a govern-
yive ap this scheme of keeping Kdna
Lynton? Pay her an annuity—an band-
some a one as you like but will you let
her go?* A. ..
"^ou are prejudiced against ber?
"That iv not to tbe point. George, dar-
ling, I ask you as a favor-to ph-aae me
—just to please me—say that you will let
For n instant only she appeared to
waver; the next she drew away ber hands
nnd with flushed face and flashing eyes,
"No!" she asserted proudly. "I will not
oousent to part with Kdna Lynton for any
whim or rouson that you can urge and I
know I urn acting right! I nm simply
obeying my dear mother's wishes, and it
strikes nie that you are tho lsst who
Hboul 1 object to the carrying out of any
request of h s. Yon need never see Edn %.
She will occupy tbe ap «rtraenta that wer<
mother's. Khe will continue to take ber
menls with Mrs. Armstrong. Remain she
"Then there's an end of it, I inter-
rupted. "aud for God's sak" don't let us
\s i angle, What hS5 yon vve be otf to
Paiin. )tome, or where you wiil"—I con-
acted in the Oklahoma legislature,
would be convinced that he had stumb
led upon a Democratic State convention^
And now t^e soldier boys are down
east over the news that the order trans
' ferring them to Fort Kiley has been re-
considered and that they will probably
remain here all winter. Tho company
at Guthrie will also remain. Probably
nt by tho average intelligence of all.
rich and poor, intelligent and ignorant
Typhoid fever is very rare in China.
Sewers are unknown in that country.
The refuse and sewerage matter is col-
lected in tho cities by men who car
jit in pails on a yoke, and sell it to the
.... . Norway Lake, Me., thore is
h' ('xaffillTn! wi reports of trouble in floating i.luid, comprising an area of
Jimueh to do with one an,1
Er well-hid weaknes
passes fur er strength.
I'se mighty skittish o* de man dat s
ho awful pure. L>e baby dat s washed
too much ain't got good health. — -
I), hippercnt i« or long time it. oklatioma have had much to bfen ^
learnin' dat he knin't W de l.nwd an the reconsideration says the Oklahoma Jucks
4a worl' it Wr tar km, U aortar wmut : citv Journal. m.
SuK'L'iSaSJStUS \&XS22."2XJS£ wb,
rinht dar an' « hen he ketih.M de liquors. 1 nder the ruling of Judge ,nch a filthy and liornble outrage on
women he's got er mighty strong lean Seay, the sooner it is passed and its Oeceucy should ha.o been permitted i<
on de men. ! provisions complied with the better it DOt known. Ivemmler more than 8et-
Onc o' de highes' virtues is nugh'-s wiU ^ (or t|,B whiskey dealers. Ued his debt with oeiety when be was
often miaain'ill man gratitude. But broiled aliv^. The relic hunter lias no
"Kf ft - j? ^-►
when de truth is er dog ain't ungrate- . g when the latter was admitted to derer1, flesh than be would have to c p
ful. He neber does lurgit de lian' dat j ^ate-hood." This Is a mistake. The off a toe or finger from the body ol ttie
feeils him. —Arkarwav Traveler.
How t# Preserve Them.
"How do you preserve your eggs so
nicely. Mrs. Jones i . „
"liv keeping them from the air.
"Indeed! IU trv that way of pro-
tecting my apples.'
"Your apples V" .
"Yes; I'41 keep them from the heir.
Wealthy Old Gent-What! Marry
mv daughter? You are being sup-
ix>rte<l by your father.
Suitor Yes, sir; but my- Jather
One of Ihs most important organs ot th,
human body is the LIVER. When II tails to
properly porlorm its functions the entire
system becomes deranged. The BRAIN,
KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS, all reluse
to perlorm Iheirwork. DYSPEPSIA. CON-
STIPATION, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DIS-
EASE. etc., are the results, unless some-
thing is done to assist Naturo in throwing
off the impurities caused by the Inaction
ola TORPID LIVER. This assistance so
necessary will be found in
Priskty Ash Bitters!
II acts directly on the LIVER, STOMACH
and KIDNEYS, and by its mild and cathartic
effect and general tonic qualities restores
theso organs to a sound, healthy coniiiiion,
and cures all diseases arising from these
causes. It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tones
up the system, and restores perfect health.
II your druggist does not keep it ask him to
order it for you. Send 2c stamp lor copy ol
"THE HORSE TRAINER." published by us.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.,
Bole Proprietors, ST. LOUIS, MJ.
DCMOinMOo-' PEKSHJN Bll
I tria 5 Ung Is Passed,
——— ■ i ■ ——— en nnd Kathfm ar«- • t -
tltl. .1 t.. ilSJ H im, I •••• 111 « lu ii you i.'. ' j o'ir inon.-s
f illaiika f r«•. JllHKni H. Ill NTKH. Ally, WaaklaytM, II. ('.
You will mon#y by I
to point* i ritX AN.
•l>«cially Jo rates fot ho/r Milt-
er- and excursion*. Hupt. 9 nnd <3.
and l)ot. 14. Write for ;>urtjca-
lutuii T MrlioUom,®. F. «
T. A. Tupoka, Ran.
Wichita Menrnpa|>er Union. K imu. 4 7
MANY MEN FIND THAT
Storms, tnowi, drenching rains, and furious ri
are ■ part of the regular routine of lifa. I
of the sickness through life is caused by coidSI 7®"
cannot bs too well protected in stormy *c,al5^k.
avoid them. A man having a " Fish Brand '
er" may be exposed to a storm for
hours M a stretch, and still be protected from e 7
drtjp ol rain, besides bemji shielded 'r"BI
biifog wind*. No matter what your
if you ure liable to b« cauebt in a rain
niorn^ you should b*v« on hand a ' , ,nA
Slickflr. It will surely save your h'a th,tin-.
per hap* your life. Beware oi worthier
every garment stamped with the "fish '• ^
1 rada Mark. Don't accept any inferior co t ,
you can hav* the " Fish nrana Slicker ., ^4
without eitra cost- Particulars and iliusu"^
A. J. TOWER, - Boston.
PIJW)'S REMEDY FOR CATAK11H.—Best. Earnest in us©
i'heapest Relief is Immediate.
A. cure ts ctjruuu. tor
t old In the Head it has no equal.
Mod 10 Uio
"l.« '1'hiB I ttr.il>.<1 an i'ur«t ly—"to npind our bono'-
]>o]iulation of Kansas at that time was 'ate John J ool) Astor.
•'"'570' Jnans McCabtht telle ol hi. re-
The trail between this citv and Okla; j00tea in nn cript«, whioh, one after
lioma is kept pretty hot by people go nIlotUor h0 fluug into a top drawer
I ing and returning from that country, .boye his head. When the tide of his
says the Caldwell Jonm-tL Thereisnot fortune9 tarned and the same editors
a (lay but from one to a dozen emigrant jor msnnweripts who had former-
wagons pass through Main street and . them, lie took a sweet re-
stop to lay in supplies to last them TJ e ge gsVe those editors no new
through the winter. manuscript, bat with a long forked
A meeting of the pastors anil dele Mick poked old ones from out the lofty
eates from the different Congregation drawer aud ent them just they were
a churches in Oklahoma for the pur- to publication. Had he tossed them
nose of forming a Territorial C'ongre- jnto the fire instead of thai drawer he
1 " ' would hive destroyed matter worth
It Is an Ointment, ot which a smalt peittole is aiinl
nostrils. Trice, tor. Sold by ti moists or sent by m.Ml
Addrcsa. K. T. HAZELTixa. War
EVERY WATERPROOF COLLAR " CUFF
THAT CAN BE RELIEO ON
ixrot to sr>iit;
Not to Dlsooloti
BEARS THIS MARK.
ami I thongM; gational .^ociation w held In GuUv would have
IT. intS another family!- ' rie T.it - Kin^hshfr was selecteil . huudr«deof
pounds to hya.
weeds no laundering. can be wiped clean in a miome^'
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