The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, December 20, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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WIU. K. HOI-TON.
Tfc* «krr «BU en um fid U •■Id to bi
'onj* foot hull players ilo tbflr hard
kicking after the giimr
(or Cuba I* quite busy
A quicker way of raising
In the InaurgrntK' adoption o
There need be no fear about "din-
■ambcrlng Turkey" and "dividing U
■p." There Is no chance to mak'
Actor Anaon makea a little
more noise on the coaching lines he will
b« In Imminent danger or dropping
of public mind.
Peter Miber. pugilist, la the only war
cloud that Is threatening the peace of
the world. He declares that he U
ready to light anybody.
An ex-congrcKsinan advertised to (
lecture in Savannah. Gii. One ticker 1
waa aftld. The Identity of the purchaser
has been considerably kepi In the
Now that tho football balr crop will I
be harvested the myst<-rioua balr cut- !
ting (lend who is rttnulng amuck In Chi-
cago wJJl dotiliUesi. bo driven out of
The Kentucky papa who took bis gun
to the train and captured bis clopinR
daughter may Inspire other papas to
similar feats. It begins to look u little
dark for Cupid.
It 18 to bp feared that Corbett In-
tenda to continue na champion pugilist
after all. It Is true he has given away
the belt, but there ia no evidence that
he haa sold his type-writer.
Th«j*£alm unconcern with which Chi-
cago sits back and waits for the na-
tional-conventions to coma to her. signi-
fies that so far us convention cities are
concerned she thinks there arc no .
Some of the New York papers are
calling for frejh men on tlir police
force. II Is Is possible to find anyone
fresher than theae sane papers liave
represented Roosevelt as being they,
have b£cn libeling bim
Mike Hchlngowltz left Hanklnaon, N.
D., last week in search of a wife. At
Neenrt, Wis., he met, wooed and wed
Miss Sadie Thornton, all In one day.
In a few months be will probably be
sorry h« spent so much time in getting
1 1/ .J Jf
tiijr cieee it ml ni'«*niuiraa xeep
rhc illont hour* go 1
Ih.v ilurk unci mhlnrih
f nil the
•4 U bom of Mary
i lr natch of wnnriatrlitg
I the King,
A." I |'i <1
flow Rllotillr. h-w silently
Itlfi U ffh
Mill III tliU world or Hln
Whore niof 'i hoiiIh w ill reoclTO dim >1111,
Mexican anil civil warn.
K. tiordon f'astaiii, yearn eld, was
founu in ths wood* near llnmllton,
Ala., with his hcuil split open i
■■H lyinir bcaldo
IW years old, is nr
ur. la tYlat.r.
People are fanciful and It la Kancy,
after all, that Is happlneas, and ths mo-
tive which dictates to the world. Borne
one fanelea that the cozy Arc at home
and the environment of favorite booka
la enough to make life worth living dur-
ing ths winter months. That will do
for the way worn, weary, eaally satis-
fied, old faahloned nmn and woman, but
the up t« dale cavalier and the new
woman require a change - mauy
changes In fact, and they seek In the
dull winter days to And the climate they
wearied of In spring and wlahed would
pass away In summer. Sitting behind
frosted window panes and gaalng on
the glistening snow crystala they sigh
for the warmth and brightness they
love better now than a few shoit
months ago and. in no other country
may theae whims, these fancies be so
easily gratified aa In America. Abso-
lute comfort In these days, and In speed
and safety, too, instead of the wasted
time and discomforts of tho not distant j record#
past. Ponce do Leon who aought the | Kx-Conjjrchamuii II
fountain of Kternal Youth on the shores
of Florida consumed many of the pro-
clous days of later life, sud died before
attaining the great prlae. Do Soto waa
lured in the anmo direction and found
at Hot Springs, by the aid of Clelah,
theduaky Indian maiden, the wonderful
product of the "Breath of tho Croat
Spirit," but before he could return lioins
and apprise his friends of the great dis-
covery and enjoy tho certainty of gold
The now Atehioon company lias ab-
rogated its contract with Duke Pull,
inau fur sleeping cars.
Ilrovet llrltfatlier General William
liuyal. United States army, retired,
bloody ax lyinjrlii' ldo him Ilia wife,
iirrext for the ,
riiuc. ,mm Brili.li Amlm-.ntlu
Two Chinamen wbn were wanted as I horly. That rnrm!|>nnii*ii
witnesses in a iiii In Iter of discs at eontljr rsim (lie HrllUh tile
'Wlluml, Ore., were held In chain*. 1 Ma Morgan.
Hue. u.-Ttio fusion of the Hciuie was a
>|Mieeb li> Senator Morssn of AUImiiiii. clislr
nisn of Uia tuiiiniltt'w on Kiimlin KH.IIutia ami
« member nf III. Pari. Ib lirlnu Ken trlbnanl.
upon a ffiru.1 hr him In.t wiwk In-
itrnrtint Hie foreign Kelntfimo Commltl,-. to
aliiiaa• in Untiring Hes In IHI Mr, Mur-
limi took tho Iswiiinii in til* In.t ('on-
grot* Ibst the M*tllement nf ti-litlm.
by lilt iiayiwnt of n lump en in of M.j.mil .1.
r«eomm«iMli l lit tbe I're. dtsiwaa n® It Iter « i.<<
unr propur ill- remnrk* on tliiil iN'calioi.
in liie 1st
mil iiiim ' of
oteit to iinying bi*
They have tiled a claim njritliisl the i "'"I*01' • Wr .'ulion I'niincefoie. llUreao
government for indignities heaped I *hleb provided for su Inquiry into the
upon I hem. tiood lawyers say they i " "'J'V'"' ,"",1'on'«" "'J"1"
•mi «•* ! l«s<>t I w « UMBlmoiuly mlopt«d at I ho do* of In-
Presidents of tiic warring* nutlinvcite I Hon** hsH tnoUicr alinrt Notion uul
coal eompanii'* agreed to n>«trict the ' 9001,1 "r iu tn the nr-
output SO per conl. ' |K lntu>ant of Hikiw olfl(v*rw. I(<« olutioini won*
l r «onted hylho R(«|iuhllriuii eitlliti! for Hit*
I lie iron ore ftlii| nientH on I lie w|iw iHi«ileiip« in tUe Well-tr i..i < r
lirent laUon lunt year u^re^ated lo.- win# Imvo imt<n «frickt<
'•"l.ttlO tons, which breaks ull previous ' J, * a*4"^ a*
rwlomu, kiiiI for
mi uhl"i nlfoclinii
n fiiimw'tiiiu with
lie ruilroAtl irrnnt
but ull wfronb-
! ilir union ,,f ill#* laud
Hiiiidv* father H o iMTfiH tin*of liilen
of the wife of ex-4Jovomor Foraker, I Uwl la l"l«h uml Nol
lied at liU home in WeLl ton, Ohio. 10 ^ l^moc
TKhj. ia--Io Ilie Hoiim HfirrMtl of UummIiu.
•••ti# ofTunxl u reanlollod imp -aching Thoiiia-
K Hnyaril. heerd ury of Kiit(<«, in.I now
l'iiU«d Ai(>lMie<D<lor lo 1 iio roiirt of bi
•famo«. for liitfh criinog iinil miMlom«ittor«. Tlu
irroua f u«l*nu«Hl wurr all crunch of Mr. Hay.
nnl ilclinenMl lK*for« tho Kiliuburtfli. Mcotlnuri.
I'liilojtopUiciil in«tltulA. No*I'ml « r 7. In tlii<«
pooch Mr. H«*\. nl f|H ko of |.rotorli..u ' io> a
form of "Stun* •ooinlUm.' nmt enid it hail
•Iona nkore to "fo f<ir r)n« WiilitiAn " ' hrooil
iiiiquily," "eorrupl puhlir I if*, "low-
, r *! • lone of iiiitioiiul ' r«*prrmcn>
tat Ion," "riivorro oUiic* from 1 r«lit • «< . '
llian any othrr ningk «. Such rnfl cNoin
on tho ifov.-rninont iMtlicy liy a l uiUil Male*
ninOas n«lor lM>ftiRMi fort'itfn uutiioiiro, the its
oJntion rocitad, wm In wrnms •li.-r«>^ar«i of
hit proprivtiox uml obliffntiunit ami rnlmltiM
| lo iujuro our nnlioiiiil rwputalion. It con-
rliulofl by lnnlructin r iln- f« r* i«n nlTair* com-
mittee, which WAN empowrcriMl |« for fmr-
uoiiN a till paprra, to into«ll*alr and re|* rt "by
inipoacliinent. or o||wrti«" After a Ihroo
hours' hot political didral<- th.« word* "by im-
peachment or otherwise*" v«ro Ntrickon out
uud tbo roNilution wu* a<b*pt d lo jo; -
v-triot party Toto.
in.—Tho Hfiiuti< xv.ih in r« ioii li*.nN than
two bourn. The proceeding* eonaint«Ml of tho
inirotliict ion of about an hundred bill- and a
|mhh'1i 00 the Monroii dfxUrine by S<Miator < ill-
loin. Mr. Call of Florida pre^nled m Vr,i l
memorials from eitixoos f Florida for the nv-
o^nitiou of the boUifoivucy of the < ubun in nr-
i;t<ut . Mr. Sherman of t>bio, presented lint
memorial of tho National Wool toowors1 A «o-
oiation, and Mr. I'effor, I'opuli-i of Kmim3n
from tho rominitteo to izaniiuo the branch, s of
the civil service favorably rvportnd the bill in-
troduced by liini to pu«41-rib tho method of
roudiictinc C(jngra«.->ional ftmeiuU. At 1; 0 the
I ec 11.-The -e*tion of the Senate lu*te l
but one hour, and wa- mainly <h vot««J to a din-
elusion of Senator Dnboii' pniia^itiou P
umead tiie rales miuh to distribute the appn
H. II. Curtis, editor of the Anaino> a.
lima, Daily Call, ia 011 trial, fliar^ed
nitli buviujf tl^ree more wives than
the law allows.
Attorney Cieneral llancoi k of Now
York baa denied tli© application for
pcrmiKaion to be^in piHiceedin^H for
the dissolution of the Atnericnn Wall
Taper company of New York, on the
ground that it ia a trust.
and youth, which he believed he had In , At ,u ' luolnnatl mcrtioir,
his grasp he fell n victim to the miastnl
of the Oreat River and found n grave In , JppoM miu£ry ,min|„£ T, hc'pobli"
lis muddy depths. To-day the seeker , schools urn! to set-tire lobulation to
after health Blmply hoards one of tho have the state furnish h oka to pupil*
mugnlflrent trains of tho Missouri Pa- of tho ochools.
t illo SyHtein, and after something to The thirty-seven foreign missionary
eat and a nap, wakes up to find himself soeicties in the I niteil States occupy
In this delightful winter Resort, ready ;'!J8 Principal stations, 4,till out sta-
to embrace health which seems to ho j ,1,,ve M!nt ".4,1B ,,,uU'
invariably renewed by the magic of the I J™ ^ |Tret?pS^ 'liyU.^o
air and wnter. In Do Soto a time the ^ native laborers anil -HT.i.vj communi-
aecret of the Kountnlu of Mfe was sedu- 1 cants. The income of the societies is
lously guarded by the savages, but now [ Jo.OOtl,so:i.
a hospitable peeple opens Its arms to Or. VMlliaiii Iluinmond. an alleged
receive the tourist whether his quest be nine times bigamist, swindler ami eos-
for health or nniUHement. Fancy some- | mopolitan crook, was arrosteil at Nctv
times tires of Hot Springs, strange as \ <>r'e,ns
It may seem, hut Fancy Bays "the fields ,llri"-' ^ e'r l1'"" shops at Monmouth,
beyond are greener" and tho climate . wcre Mlm^l . cstroyec' by fire
* . , , , . 1 he loss \s 9150.000. Three hundred
of San Antonio la more desirable and meu ure thrown ollt of work.
thus another ride In another palace, and A Iieu. t(,„,C|. Toxm h hpcn
new scenes and new faces please the eye [nBmei, ( ash uml |ias u p0htmaRter
and satisfy the rentless cravings of this named Money.
master of man. Thus from the Father ! xilc ,ijTor(.,, ,.asl. llniI f0i0„t., !
of Waters to the waves which wash the C olt's suit against .1. .1. Van Alcu have i
western sbara of this great country the been dismissed.
tourist la led by a whim, but most de- Four meu suspected nf the
Printing Ink is made of
roslu, soap and lampblack
For very minute writing, pens made
from crew ijiiIIIh have been found lo do
I excellent work.
I l<aat year no fewer than I,.Ml dere-
Illcts were discovered, most nf tliein in
the North Atlantic.
' The sale of set diamonds during the
last three mouths In l-ondon Is said In
I in vo been cnoriiioua.
The state of Nebraska will loso near-
ly ism owing to a fatal defect in
her depository low.
The public prosecutor at Kansas
t'ity, Mo., has licgun an uctlve war on
fuku bucket shops.
The number of jury trials in llrltain
is said to bo diminishing.
Clara I ho|io to get my stocking
full on Oiristinus.
Maude—What do you expect, an
.Souio of the newest doiililo-brontted
coats for winter are worn with erinlne
waistcoats ia Knglund.
Scotland yard is so called front a
palace built for the reception of the
kings of Scotland wlien they visited
It is siiiil that English has become
the fashionable language of the Rus-
sian court. The young czarina now
speaks liussiuu very well.
iver sent to mar-
The largest sponge i
kct was from t hit Mi
tvue ten feet in cir
three iu iliaiuetcr.
A I.omh.ti linn has nearly ready,-apt
other edition of "llcsido tho llouiiic
Rrier Rush," iiinklng 00,000 copies in
less than a year.
ISncksliding 1ms a!ready begun when
the heart stops praying, "Thy Kiug-
man is the superior
| ligbtedly captive. Mexico has been hold-up at Caston, Ind. Ter., on
described tw the Kgj pt of the new I «. " ere arrested in the India
tub sm t
; world, and the comparison is fitting, : rltory'
Octo- J iiincudn
Indian Ter- ' ili ln«t
St. IjOUIs, It seems, also visited At-
lanta; and nobody mentioned it. The
St. Louis Star-Savings accounts for It
as follows: "While the New York and
Chicago delegations wero paraded about
as a sort of slde-shnw. the St. LouIb
party was taken right In. In a sort of
one-of-the-faniil.v way. which showed
more clearly than words that i hoy were
not considered strangers."
ver Avery rurit
If. and sti
■ George Harris, tbe old negro upon
whose career Mrs. Harriet Beecher
UtAWo frttinrtorl har rhnruetur of • Tnclo
Tom, is In dmitule cin:uiami v.
near Lexington, Ky. For some time j
hla daily income and expenditure has
been within the couipnsa of a 5-cent
piece. Tet a dozen cheap actors doing
"Uncle Tom" about the country are
making plenty of money.
Wlll. lt K n pdillt lie'li tl.-ll
ninny of that SO**!
If lie slut11 t i er Ihttl hiuis
lis height ii.nl
heir Utile snul.
to lueet. nllli
<tlMI\Ci 1'OR IHttlSlMtS (. ASH )
Hov Somr Voting Matrons IXnptii; etl J "
t'lirlr Serpen 11nr \\ Im,I«,iii
"Oh, dear, dear me!" sifilieil the ,
! Jaunty young matron, "I wish that
: lladu't a friend in tho world!''
"For mercy nakc, what ore you j
thinking Of to say such a thins:" ! V"1."'
] cried the bride. '. "
I "."hrlsiinns Kifts. my dear. When
! you have been married as ..uta r,s I .1 .
I lift'-' you will know innv ■!Irtlt-uIt :i is jt ^
I to |H>rsuaili> your bustninl iitmnnlly i ...
I that people will think Ills Inis'tn .'s i,i(.,i
allairs are In a liail way i:' you don't i,e:n
j cive cat I. yt.ur friends :. hands rue | i
present." ' lk,,.
; 'I lie bride loekeil nnxin:: ' There hi- v
, are all of my duplicate wcJdln-i | re- Uh-
ellis. yo,i know."
I "lake my advice and keep il.ein ti
lil next year- you will find It b-> nine
fi!(s"year tTia'a 'ixcxtT"?niaiiVig.Hl't^U
pretty well lasi year. I :.thl Ai'au
11.at I wanieil lo have all ii.< pcvl
to dinner on Clnistrnas div ant! iha
e\erythlng lnusl lie lovely h>ea:is> hi
Ii oilier is „ perfect'hmisokceiii i
lie was .so pleased that h
I asked fite t
1-nilierril III,- Kensl uml * f-
lrr«ritr<l l>nl<| Hnrk tlir <|anrt«*r
One Christ inns night tin oUl-tline
i«*\vK|m|ier writer stf Into n
heap restaurant 111 Park Row. lie
lad cii.lii.ved a liearty dinner, but as
he air iwih raw and cold, he wanted a
lip of hoi coffee. As he look his seat
' one of I he small tables a ragged lit-
le Ihij plained himself oil the stool
pfs.slte liini. If ever there was guaw-
iii: hunger depicteil on a human face
i a;'--, on ihat hoy's, ami Uiere was a
tttllish flare in liis eves as he fum-
!e.l a nickel and saiil: "A plale of
ok the other's or-
sippcil his eofTco
a venously devour
ng t.i the waller,
n plate of corned
ml butler tiinl a
and he who dare uot face the dangers
of tho deep, ami prefers to retain bis
meals as well as his life, should make
tho Journey to the land of the Monte-
zunias, and there learn the story of the
President Rlackiper of tho Railway
Mail Clerks' Association lias resigned
from the servico in order to advocate
legislation in the interest of t lie mail
irh ill. prnpoMMl to the I
! tllirlus I lie ilendlork
heruiaii .liver hov. Tor t
ho told hit
is inenl. In
Mrs. Nellie Louise Durant Johnson,
who designed dresses for Miss Consuelc
Vanderbilt, now Duchess of Marlbor-
ough, an4 for the Goulds and many
otber persons of wealth and fashion,
waa arrested last week on the charge \
of causing the numerous fires that have
occurred in the flat building in which
sbe lives. The police found kerosene
soaked bags in her apartments and
elalm to have a clear case against her.
tbut in tho*
elaborate menu, and I saved
•lit of it to buy nearly .ill ir
bowl of coflTee for 1
SW'eoTcUe'f r|Yl'e cl'.lr
kuifo and fork, beg
few iiiinutcs the I
and COfTce had ills
boy's appct ite was t
,... "What kind nf pio do you like?"
me all askoil tile writer.
are pii | ".Most enny kind; they'd all good,"
ages within tho faces of a people which convicted in the federal court at To
change less In tho passing years than peka, Kim., of robbing the Media
any other on the Western Continent. Kan., posloflice. Kuch was sent to
tit" clerk rnlled Hit lint order on I lilt
Mkadsr. vUdi win its rsswliiHisi ..r .tir.
Allen of Nehrietkn to mcotfuize tliet iibun n't-
iihitioui-tt HI lielhut ri ntK Mr. Allrn rnid ho
>I1|.1«.M-|| hi. nuolution would Is. referred lo
the committeo on foreign lehilloun, uml in-
funned the Henitlo Hint the Popaii.t pnrly,
Which wan sneerwl at ti* a imiiy of donisslln
irriovoneei, slootl Miouhlerto shoulder with the
hi'pubtican nnl Democratic purtie* fur tbe
This is the land of Sunshine and Color; prison for three years.
of history and romance; and as bright " lf " million Armenians are home- J
eyes will smile at you from under be- , ^"rtborn Asia Minor. Turkey | nv, p,
bus at last if ran leu permission for ex- " , . ,-*- n« kor «r«H i.
witching head gear aa may be found In lril tfuill,1 t|lips to pass the Darda- ^ ,h®,'""I"
Castue or Arragon. ue|lcs. Demand was first made No- j,bo tariff, in which he c.miSSSnhe
Inncy carries one to California of vcmber 1 . j lotion Uirif with the new ru.tuin, law
eourse. and this Journey, an it once waa Tho directors of tbe American Hell ,lowotl ww law. up to iwrti
' ' loc# d a (leflriciicy *>t f i:il
-Mo n tally
Kconomy is half tbe battlcof life; it
l.s not so hard to earn money as to
tpeud it well.—Spur^eon.
Kvery ifootl nnd coiumnndiii|f niov -
mont in the annuls of the world is tbe
triumph of enthusiasm.—Ilousseau.
To endure is the ttrst thin# a ehihl
ought to learn, and that which be will
have most need to know.—Ktnmerbou.
I wonder many times that ever n
child of God should have a sad heart,
considering- what the Lord is preparing'
True politeness is perfect ease and
freedom. It simply consist* in treat-
idj* others just as you love to l>o treat-
are willing to do all in our
nswer our prayer we do not
termed. Ih now so easily performed aa j Telephone Company have declared a j ,Drortt,0*d * «®flcii«ncy of «i:ii.u.)t,oiji>( while
to have lost all of its terrors and left! regular quarterly dividend of four per j
only a most emphatically delightful j Co,,t a,1(l 1 ■ p©r cent extra. This ii,;ii<mxh>.oo). h
trip to be the subject of many future makes a total of fifteen per cent dc- the K„l,l
, , . . „ .1 dared this year. ftcionciea out « i
conv* rB tions. rh« laiirt nr fruits ann : • • ,| ., . ^ . , ,,
The green glass bottle makers, at a 1 u*«t tiio «rooaback wotUd not
meeting in ( hieago, decide *
learn irom bis
ays be learning
for l ls
f• • rin a iomp
phtCtt .'in ag.
ajid oil nho Io?i>
the stork t
"•What a irn
well l« j note of it. M;
| lucseuts last
Mud to j blind refused
Hindi a purpose when she naked
L ,.. "t">" 'eli inc how she ma.m«ed.
j "She pretended to lie wildly ;
hoo!i< • . ' r llis pretty typewrite". sIk>'
•h u thiug novo
ier,: 1 : hull make
er Su«ie cavc lov<
r. though lit" hi
Hint be fen- Hi,
Hlwii iu ohl Munra
—C'ailyle Smith, fu ihe
In llarper'n .Muguiiue
mi-i t with fall-
mild not lakt-
The story from Texas about a horse
q>«t haa a back seven feet long recalls
one pf the alleged witlcisms in Joe Mil-
ler's "Joot Book." It Is the one about
the equine which was taken out for s
.ride, and at a calling place In the coun-
try was turned over to tho care of th*
"ostler," with a request to put the hoiae
tn the stable. That individual reported
half en hour later that he had put ont " n U1i,k,? n""'-v mistakes when I
end of the animal In the stable, and e,loak -\merlcniio," -aid he. "I made
'eft the other end out In the yard. n l,Ild '''"'"I" time I am rc-
loivcd at Ull' Uliile House. A bean-
i-j. (l, . ,. .. . "ful ladee toll ine soniulliinu wlih li
Edison belle\es that the problem or )lillM„.„ j,, vour civil war. sfio mivs
navigating the air cannot be accom-! she see it. Now, I lliink to luvHidf' I
pllshed by using either balloons or aer- j w ill be polite, and make te nenora a
oplanes. He says: "I would construct grand compliment. 'It in impossihk;
Actual ships of the air—yachts, schoon-! that you see It. madam,' I nay. 'Yuu
•re and brlgantlnen—which would tack ' ,nust liavc l,w" ll0™ mnny, many
ABd JIM and sail before the wind. Mv ' V"1"'!, war. "Ail the
Idea is that the liltng power for thest ! '.'J"0' i° !°,"i
air .hip. "hould he gas stored In th, ^ No" h'e^a'.v wa,
■alls. In other words, you apply tin Dot pleaded. She felt much ■■■■•'
balloon principle in such way that tht
The tlinlaler'* Unit l.ptilth
Renor Zebnllog, formerly miniver to
the I'nlled States from Argentina,
(lid not speak English very llueutly.
instead of being an imped! !
meat, aa at present, would be the act
ual means of propulsion. I would con
struct ess bags shaped llko tho saili
of a yacht."
j pencil lo him heft
| |'•eased that he petted tiisi.' ti.sicud
I of Keoidlug lier, and finally gn-e her
I S'.'i*) in sny n'. more about •!. .nnl never
ei en askeil her how she .'..is g tinj; in
' «pend It.
I "But she couldn't use that Ide.'l more
i 'ban nin e."
j ''That's what Susie said lu'iwelf.
i 1 his year she wrote a Christ 11:1s story
| and rent ii lo one of the Jea ilnv mag-
azines. Then she told Curl w lint
! lovely present she intended to Imv
I hiin Willi the money. When the steiy
■auie Imek she erled a while H'ciilpg
j iilioiit It. uud lie gave her what they
i would have paid Tier to make \ip for !
"But she might have knov.-u--'' ;
[ "That they wouldn't take the sli iy V ,'
She did, dear, but she didn't know
how else to get Christm is inouey out
"Susie is a smart wotn.t i; tell her Sn '
for me, Nell's latest idea ,s a rntl.er
good one. She tofil jh.t iitisbiiul that
she hated to spend the tin-j-v. but
she must go to the den'ial."
"Why on earth didn't alio wall Until ,
nfur Chiistmas for thai
"Bring liiin sttine minco and pump-
kin pie,' 'sabl the writer to tho waiter.
The hoy gnzed at the two plates Of
pie in wonderment, then looked up
slily anil pushed his nickel toward the
j "T." J"1
taking a quarter from his pocket,
the w riter laid ii ,ni the boy's coin and
pushed them neruss the table.
1 "Is them ri.r nie':" said the lioy,
with his mouth full of pie. "Ain 1 to
have all datV"
"Ves; ibis Is Christmas night, you
"1 Is; I reincnilier; Inn | hail no mon-
ey for jne lodgin'. so I didn't gel any
I.r ihe dinner down at the newsbova'
lodging house, 'lank you. mister,
^ottse is good ter me."
I.eavlng the boy to finish his supper,
i lie mnn passed out into the busy
street, feeling happy over the Inci-
dent. .Months passed, and he had ni-
most for-olten it, when one dav a boy
slopped him near the I'.ronklvu bridge.
"Sfliiy, mister," said lie, "['owes ver
a quarter. Here It is."
lre.-.ii.#iiiziitg his Chrlsiinas guest, the
writer gently refused the money, tell-
ing hhi, I lull he had better keep it.
"No; you it," he persisted. "That
supper and de quarter jou give me
brought me lin k, and I've not been ao
hungry senc. Youso was so good dat
liicht. and I wants yer to take the
((unitcr now. ho :ik you so ran give
wojiio n<irier boy a Christmas supper."
' he writer look the coin, and many
iy has hail a good dinner
New Vork Itei-order,
conversations. The land of fruits and
flowers and fair women; i'uncy can ask
"° ai.7.""'Ti,,11.!1 o ithe prv::[ bot,tles hbBpod liku ,,ham" I'
Fancy which takes the wearied traveler i price of beer bottles.
back to tho home and the familiar Bur-. John Sulbean, ,, bridge carpenter I*
roundlngs and the friends and loves ol was run over and instantly killed ii
i There he may contemplate new | mile west of Boonvilie, >Io., while sit- i '
wrve if there wu* t
apporcut that Seen
I he man w
No matter what a man says iu church
v ou kuow what kind of religion he linn
home. There he may contemplate new mile west of Boonville, Mo., while sit- /
journeys and new divertisements. bul | asleep on the track. lie lived at
there lingers In his memory a pleasure l^'luiouth, Ky.
he would not part with, and he hopes 1 *ias been discovered that nearly
'soon to again enjoy the comforts af- a.11 z?1!0 new camP at .West
forded by this Great System of Railway !dat° *Prines< j o ion v
.hidt >M «*• ...iST
brought him safely home and has not l are liable to arrest as trespassers j funorals,
robbed him of the Joys which Fancy Ex-Governor and ex-Confederate i "ll"11 f,,k,
brings, F. P. BAKER. (iencral T. -I. Churchill of Arksnsa* '
wants to tight for the Monroe doc-
Thc effective strength of tl e British ^rinc.
army is i;#j, the highest yet reach- ; In tJ,e French chamber of deputies
j * j a resolution was adopted inviting the
government to prosecute those who
have been engaged in cornering
Week, tho hou-
- proceodintfif of the Senate
e rati«ro of lcffi^lation fri . i t
of petitions, bills and re-o|ti
igo of hillfj, and included tw«
e-?. V bill exteudin
ry Carli§l. n ri port vrtyujd | when you know what kind of compa-
(.1.1 ilw. I..... .. i I . .
"I'd | ny ho keep;
* hiCMto port (if
I'lilrj-.tin. toeoror tlir. State of fllit.i.x
coivotl the final indorwrnent uf tho Sruut*.
llay.DB alrendy |.>o«m1 (he hnii,e. il will bn
probably tho first hill of tlio Fiflj fourth Con.
small to become n law. .Almost 1111 hiiur of ll„
e*eion uasdor«itn;l Nili-Irniu« to n Mwech hy
Senator IVffor in advocacy of hi- bill curtail-
mses incurred in Confrrort>ional
providing that a ser«eant-nt arm«
place of the committem now
te two lioiittfm an ercorM to their
home? of r# inain« of deceased member*. Tim
Senate then went intoexecntive ee «iou, aud at
2 p. m. adjourned till Monday.
ISLAM OR DEATH.
That good health, strong nerves, physical
*°r. happiness and usefulness depend
upon pure, rich, heallhv blood. Reinem-
her that the blood can be made pure by
The One True Blood Purifier. |1; 6 torfO.
Hood's Pills c iralilliqiisness,headache. 29o
ociety in Egypt w hose i jealher
ve foreigners out of the
There Is a
object is to d
December "Jl has been designated a:
Negro day at the Atlanta exposition
December 30 is to be Labor dav.
Two hundred negroes hired to pick
oranges were driven out of Lee coun-
ty, Fla., by armed whites, who shot
Tlioso Who Decline To Kinbraro the
Faith Killed hy Hlow Torture.
London*, Dec. Hi.—The Daily New*
> a dispatch from Constantinople
:..w , ... ' .
| all of them for two days
several, drowned others and starved j vv'hi«-'h says: News is daily received
hereof thousands of Armenians who I
are offered the choice betwecm Islam
and deuth. At Marasli ;in Armenian.1
who was ordained an Auge 1 ican cler^,-
man, refused the choice add was killed i
by slow torture. At Kharput two I'ro-
tehtants preached and were murdered
j Senator Pcffer of Kansas and ex-
. . . , , , , , Congressman Boswell fJ. Horr will de- i
It is reported from l.as truccs that ! i,ate the financial question in Pcnnsyl- 1
Sun Augustine peak, forty miles from vania.
that town is in a state of eruption. | Tw,° masked men held up the station
In his annual report President An-
drews of Brown university says: "For
those in perfect health aud trained tc
It, football is safer than cither rowing
yschMae,-gw nlng or running hounds
Bowing appears to be many times as
fatal. So Is bassbalL Even tennis ii
A wifs sold for |10, and a boy bring-
Ins hut fourteen bundles of corn stalks,
tends to create the impression that th«
human market in Michigan is greatl>
depressed. An ordinary English duk«
brought 7,000,000 In New Vork.
Alaska'* output of gold for 1895 is es-
tlmated to be *3,000,000. The total sum .
originally paid for Alaska was $7,200 •
000. No wonder John Bull wants a big
■Bee of Alaska. He aleo wanted and
•ipeeted, once upon a time, to have all
of Oregon, and came nearer getting it
than he will come to getting .
There was nothing wrong wit It her I ,vUl1 u
| teeth, dear, but slm got i lie nionev tn i
! pay an iuuiginary bill and a In't nf 1
sympathy as well where**, If she bad I
; tidd hi in what plie rrtl llv wan ted il I
, for Khe'd luive only gotten luill' ns
I Inneli and a .scolding for cxlravagam c
I "^es, you can't convince n mau that
] ,ll(' ""Iy way you can get ntiv Christ-
ina, pi^ents is by sending a lot your-
self. I always send in'iie early, too."
j "So do I. It gives people time to ,
get von one if they haven't already." 1
' "Vlitii. Ida's iiiisband in awfully |
I Mingy, Imt slic gave hiiihm'Ii present:) I
! i.'ist .Vear-jlhey ciitue lute. too. Ida I
I has no tai l. She generally gives stteli |
I menu little ones that I had onlv n i
: sacbul for her—1 shall have to make !
it iij" this year, so there's another nail I
In my coQIu:" I Mr. Clerkley (of :>"ew York)—Well,
| "How did she get ihe money?" f ''"usln Did;, what do you think of our
| "The husband i< awfullv supersli- | fhrlslmas tfee/ Nothing lacking, is
I lions, so she told him tluit she li.nl I there?
I dreamed three times that she would 1 Cousin Dick (of Dcndgulelii—Wa al,
pot live a month, and she wished to < C",IS|"' Rectus r nie cf yer only had a
:'inake each one of her friends a pres. 1 couple uv I'ljims er boss thieves lmug-
( ent to be a memento after she was I ou "• " ,Ml ''J0'J 11 lt'e"c more bomu-
| gone." j like.—Judge
: "But she is as well nnd strong as „ ,.
I over." I Onrnclil J l an the Cnnnl.
"Ves. and that is going lo make It }L Vli'"V rn!l" w,'° *a,r*
! awfully Mrd for her to get ouv money ' (*arfl.*;w1 h,1 ,":s.1 >">> " "'f canal, Is
f for (.'lirlsllii.ils gifts this veir T wn ! 7™ llv ,nBAn 'o J i"1, " «old to
lell vou!" !-lames It. Garfield the other day the
I story of how he came to hire the
Pl«ar«. AhoV, roo,,,, f".,"rc President. This is Tries' story.
i.-,M. ,,..-1 AVe were jmlling tlirough Havenna,
j . ^opean boys at blitb arc from one- Obl^r on the old Pennsylvania canal
Urn. Charles Martin, wife of a prom- i " iiKins- uces y0U wife sit for you ; toi one centimetre longer than when a lad accosted me ami wanted
•at cltlaen of Smith's Crosslnr Ind i en T°" pa,nt those "altogether" f, J '^ ald<|}er of Berlin told n Job. Needing a driver 1 engaged him.
Bed on a nel«h^r's wlfe li in,° ' Pictures': I Ue ""H'loiwloglcnl congress that met It was (Jarlleld. and under his aria li.
«rm with hmr .na ,iT„l j ' ! 8 Artist-No; but sometimes she oil. ,-v Cassel. but when grown up ' carried his earthly iiossesHlons—a bun-
"ti d 01 °n me when I paint them -New Vork IvrUn -n centl"«'trefi taller than ' die of clothing. lie was a faithful.
onher way home. Since then world. *°ikj woman. 1 be average weight nt birth ; willing worker. When we reached
~~ *one insane over the I V^.833 grammes; for girls. 1 Cleveland he hesitatingly asked me tor
u&oontrolled temper . „ "—00 grammes. The European man is « enough money to buy il book he had
thing. ; 1 lrrndo*. ruj>,r or to woman iu streugtb nnd j seen. The title was "A Self-Made
I I>ilgj— There's one curious tblug "yShf, but the muscles of the tongue Man." 1 advanced the price, holding
na nronhet nredlfto n,. you novelists. j «evwlop^l in woman. I the amount out of his wages. It wan
a ywr^u^ u I Hnwtliaw—Well, what? IcoljriIns ^ 1 the back of old Prince, a canal
n ? P ?!?!rlty Dllgy However successful vou ; hoi-se known from one end of the canal
forecasting since 1840 and < fou nrc always looking for a sUantion' ' ! !!v0i i i f' 10 aV4>1*a*J'4 ! t«> the other. Hint Oat-field made bl<
an eiTor. Where Is I -New York Worll . nans brain weighs 1.372 gramme* to Hrst speeches. They frequently amused
prophet with such a ' 1 grammes for that of ^'onjaitf. us and often set uh thinking.
igent at Mountain View
The Austrian budget for 1804 shows I cured y70.
a surplus for that year of 20,000,000 General Daniel F. Miller of Keokuk,
florins, the most favorable balance cv-l contemporary of Clay, llous-
M<>n and Chase in Congress, died iu
ersho""' Omolm, Neb. wher(
The wife of Dr. Xansen of Christ!-1 Tiie test of the pneumatic guns to their
—J " ' • ' id. ! the Ei
i V^orld's Pair I IIKiHEST AWARD.
t -GrRANUM i
f Many competing FOODS]
^ have come and gonehavei
fbeen missed by few or
for the same cause. .U Achme «ft?- | HOUe POPUlaHty Of tlliSS
two persons died as martyrs for their
religion. .VtOuxoon a largo number
•if Armenians wero captured and led j
to a neighboring Turkish village, j
rc they were ordered to change
faith. Fifty of them rushed into
upliratcs and were drowned, the I
, the Arctic eicplorer, guard San Francisco w ....... . „,a
lias received a letter by carrier pigeon ! '"j^ttfrv board was thoroughly [ shooting them while they were 1
. , ,- satisfied with the work done. i in the water. ,\t lloli <■ it'lltv-five wei-n (
to the effect that her husband s ex- \ Ex-President Harrison has engaged | killed. ifflive were j
j thirty rooms at the
pedition is doing well
Fire In the United States bonded
ware-house at New York damaged the
building and contents to the extent of
9350,000. East India goods to the
value of 91,000,000 were stored in tho
Hon. Clarke Wallace, controlle
customs in the Dominion cabinet, hai
resigned because he cannot approve
the course which the <«ovemment has
adopted in its attitude towurds the
Manitoba school question.
_ . Barbara Aub of New York, on whose
South Africa is suffering from a vio-1 complaint W. L.S. Langerman was
lent epidemic of influenza. | convicted of assault, ami who. after
- the conviction, confessed that she had
Tbe i ' '
lanters' bouse 1 his day the British vice consul at I
for the Republican national eonven- 1 ^' n describes the condition of the Ar- t
ineniaus there us being too appalling
FOOD steadily increases!.-
Sold by DRUOfllSTS EVERYWHERE I J
Choctaw, Oklahoma & 6ulf R. R, Co.
SHORT LINK HKnVKIIN* THE WEST AN*D EAST.
TUB NEW WAY. THE SHORT WAY.
THE QUICK WAY. THE BEST WAY.
:'t* niifi fr«'i«lii moving Into or out
er of j for words. Thonsan.U of woTnen and
ban ! girls are wandering through the snow 1 "iJ'KcnoCTAWlink" •
:i°j i °r br'"rfc,5a:a
unil barefoot, their ussaUants having
<mly left them a chemise, and some of
them only a cloth to cover their
The legal rate of interest In Georgia
legfslT cen<"- A 1,111 now be,ore thc
' usury a felony when
more than 8 per ccut is charged. They
are getting after the poor money lend-
in of Georgia.
A tuaid so sweet,
A bird so neat
And plenty of holiday cheer.
Old friends we'll meet
• And fondly greet.
For Christmas now is here.
TYIlkins-Does you wife sit for yon
The New York elevated railroads
paid their owners 8400,000 for the past
three months as net Income.
Central Africa is becoming civilized
to the extent of telegraph lines, tele-
phones, typewriters and sewing' ma-
I Milan *.Ym|iuihi/er. in Memplil..
_ Mkmphis, Tonn., Doc. 10—Cuban
r,v to run the electrical; perjured herself and that bangerman "I'lnnathizers are active in Memphis,
canal boats on the Eric canal is being i wns innocent, now says her confession A dozen men left this city on Novcin-
made at Trenton, N. .1. was false, and that her first story was her 24, to fight with t he insurgents I
true, bhe is unaer arrest for perjury, nnd news has just l.oen received here
Many banks of Southern Kansas their safe arrival ill Cuba, where
and Oklahoma have been defrauded | they wero received with open arms '
recently by 8100 bogus checks by a j It is said another expedition is being
man who gave his name us ''norge ; formed here which will leave in a few
Ell wood. J days.
Said Pasha, who lied to the British «
Embassy nt Constantinople for safctv. ! Iilnene Ilnck in Vort Arlliur. |
has returned to his home. , l.oNtioJf, Dec. 111.—A-spccln 1 dispatch '
England lias shut dou ii on live.slieep i fl'om Shanghai suys that several Bns-
from Canadn or tho I'nitcd States. I sian warships watched the formal re-
IluNsians instigated the plot against j on'r^ of, t,ic ' hinesc into I'ort Arthur,
the Queen of Coroa anil Americans ' 11 is believed here that China, as a re-
assisteil. ! >vard for Bussia's- intervention in her
Ex-President Harrison refuses to I fuvor..wit.h ■'?} ". after the war, will
any railroad Agent.
uulh Mc Alcucr, I. T.
V7.W !", rc 1 « Uen'I Mgr.
co- 55 OwfMcWi
bii5iu(Ms, IKSTMIW It |)M rfNiuc-MltlMicoat of
" T to 1,« wlutf U was.# it bM many branch
house.*, ami Aitppiien lis gooda and repalia
r ait lela for lew money than
-• it inokM l'umill,iu ami
A fire in the wholebale house of H,
Wolf Co.. in Chicago, caused' a finan-
cial loss of nearly #300,000; fully in
An engine jumped the track on the
New York New Ifaren railway near j
New York city,
JIarrit on refuses
Mis. Dim mock.
Crew of neven of tho tug
auhing the death of fampbell 'rom Duluth were droxvned
n Luke Superior.
KK lfouMf) Clerk Mrl'lieraon I)« ^7.
fiKTTVunuHo, Pa., Dec. Ui. —Ed.vaH
!n • ' MePherbcm died to*dav frmti an n«-#a*
I urv i tz "ir T1c "■;r
I Mark s livery barn, the Lansing News ! m«^akc. lie was an ex-member of
office and Ihe lodge rooms. ongress and clerk, of the House/of
Abyssinian, surprised and surround- i JrZll C'°"'
K igeMOToUlkt n/d^UdX^a,U,t ! Wasl,,"*lon' "c was S /car«
Congressman Terry lias a bill in 1 ------
band to make rallroail corporations ,or ,'law, Robbery,
citizens of states in which their lines I St- Joseph, Mo., Dec. Hi. —Mrs. I'an-
run- | nie Tinsley, widow or Thomas Tlnsley,
Mayor Beinis of Omaha proposed lo' "ll080 ,'ol,-5r WM stolen from the grave
,, , raise supplies for the Cuban insur- i llle,d y after Ills burial some time ago,
preacbcr, committed suicide near Ool-, ^0nts, but federal Judge Dnnday told to-ilay brought suit against the Cen-
den City, Mo., by cutting his throat i him he would be arrested if he nt- I trn! Medical college of this city for I
and wrist with a razor then jumping I tempted to forward anything. 1 body snatching.
over a high bluff. I ^Mrs^D. B. Culberson, mother of the ,! "w.,Za Whim m'cb.reh. '
iNsvil.f.K. Ind., Dee. li.—(ieorge
At Dexter, la., (Jrant Ilibbn, recent-
ly discharged from the insane asylum
an cured, fatally shot his wife and then !
William T. Parrish, tho missing i
cashier of the Farmers' bank at Or-
rick, Mo., was captured at Delaware, !
O., and will be brought back for trial. |
Hiram Hillard, aged 82, a Baptist
* , „ - i Windmill#. Tilting
'and Fixed si«*d Towora, Steel Bu«r Saw
JYamiw. st-,.i I'^oa cutters and Feed
I Qrlndera. On application it will nara« on®
of thrae articles that It wUl furnhh until
Jsnuary 1st at 1 /:i tiie 11-unl print, n ni.kn
Tains and Pamwof ail klada. Hrod fur ctuiocu*.
Factory: 121b, Rockwdl and Fllta.r. Slrttfi, Cbkat*
Clean, woll aolscted Slock of Drugs will, n*ture .
WILL Si:n CHEAP FOR CASH,
Adilrcaa Frank flu,l,or. 1ST *. Kmporla Arena.
'■ ' _ . ... " IHIITA KANSAS.
and. tamtinea the h
Vi , * to it<'fiioro Gfiiv
Conp .dlatjMM * hair ltl/inC.
Rupture and Piles no pay
WHY DON T YOU BUY CORN? "
^in f" o ni^k."fA* ^
tlon.andI b-"ik on apot^l.UoS rutiHllKui
• co., t i udairtm; cue***.
.lack Harris, an old time Kansas
Governor of Texas, Is ilead.
| Albert f). Krkenbrechcr, real estate
printer, wa* found dead on the rail-1 "'«< rK r- ieal estate
, . ,, ... . i dealer or Cincinnati lias assigned
road track near Emporlu. It waa at ,v,th 5575,000 asset- and ?m,00o llu-
Ur t thought lie was iuurd*r«d-
Kiibrljfht, iv weiib-iuioded young man, ,
wliilo In 'ilniii-li Inst nlylit. suddenly
allacknil Mis- f'arrle IJaiiin iiml stali-
Ueil lier la tally, linbmylit was «r-I
In tlmo. Hi.iii
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