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CHE YEME TRANS PORTE R.
DAKLINGTON, I. T., NOV72(, 1880.
W. N. Hubboll &Co'a.Suppl3 Store.
if! $; gubbell J (go.
A BRAND NEW STOCK OF
Hals & Caps, Boots & Shoes? 131 c.
Also a Fhksii Stock of
-The Largest and Best Stock in
tlhe City. Call and Examine Goods
Ccinicfr 3"Etiin & Sixth Streets,. Cfrtpjasita
T the Eslancl Hotol.
i m.i.tgcu.riittjj.i.irwr.'n rru WTr-ni-
(he M.ail cule
BETWEEN DARLINCTON AND
Fort PvenOj I. T.
Fort Eliqtt, Texas.
Js now provided with buckboards,
and will carry passengers at the fol
lowing rates: Darlington to Ft. El
Jiott, JfS.00; Darlington to Aflie, $7.
Express, from Darlington to Ft. El
liott, Ji'P.OO per hundred and to oth
er points in proportion.
This route connects at Darling
ton with stages goimr South to ,!he
Wicl ita Agency, Fort Sill', Caddo,
connecting with the M., K. & T. to
Denison, SI crman and Galveston,
Texas; East, with Vaiv'ta, Indian
Territory, and the M.. K. & T. to
St. Louis ; North, with Caldwell,
Hunnewell, Wellington, AVin field
and Wicb'ta, Kans.
ComiLcts'at Fort Elioft with sja
ges going. South to Fort Bascom
and Fort Griflin, Texas, Las Vegas,
and all towns Southwest; North, to
Fort Dodge, Kans., and all poinds
West and Norlhwe-L
Leave Darlington going West,
Mondays, Thursdays and Satur
days; Leave Fort Eliott going East,
IMiHH'kiyK; Wndjv'aday und Friday-.
Fort Elliott, Texas.
This house is first class in every particular.
Travelers will find this host accommodations
at UiIh lionse. M. Huselby, Propriotor.
Darlington, I. T.
I'MIe always provided with the very host
the marled nllorils. Copra 1 and stable attach-
ed. Special at tent Inn given to the wants of
freighters, traveler and transients generally.
'xhciup.s Jttouudtt, Propriotor.
The estimated cost of the Panama
ship canal is G,000,000 francs.
The English Cahinet have taken
into consideration the Irish trouble
and find it a very knotty problem.
IT.. M. Hiukman, formerly of Wellington-
has opened a bank in Med
icine Lodge, Kansas.
The official count of the vote of
the State of New York shows (Tar
fields majority to be 20,842.
The estimated amo,unt of gold and
silver coin in the United States on
the l'ii of November ' was, gold
$-1 5-1 ,012,030; silver $158,271,327.
The socialists of New York are
excited over the anticipated arrival
of l(J0efthe leadidg agitators from
Hamburg, who were expelled on po
The New York canals closed for
the season last Monday. There was
a time when western freights would
make a sharp advance and grain a
A steamer from Liverpool brought
249,000 of specie to New York on
the 1 (5th inst., and 55,000 of specie
was withdrawn from the Bank of
England the same day for the Unit
The managers of the Journal La
Commune, and General Cluzeret,
have each been sentenced in default,
to fifteen mouths imprisonment and
a fine of twentv. thousand franc, for
defending a criminal act. The di
rector of La Civilization has liecn
condemned to three months impris
onment and a h'nt; of twenty thou
sand francs for insulting President
(Irevy, the Tribunal of Connection
and the Consul of State.
Postmaster (-Jeneral Maynard has
sent an order to the postmaster at
Cincinnati to refuse payment of
money orders and to refuse to clofiv
er registered letters addressed to By
ron II. Pobb and others, proprietors
of the Singapore Tobacco Companv,
the American and European Seer-el
Service company, the Jncino Co-m-
"Willyouand your son occupy
one room?" asked a hotel clrrk of a.
womayi of thirty-five, whdarrived
at 'Omaha with a boy of sixteen.
She replied with emphasis, "This is
not my son but my husband. We
are on our bridal four."
It is estimated that the lumber
movement on the Mississippi river
and its tributaries the present year
will amount to 121 ,000,000 feet. This
includes onlv logs and sawed stuff.
The fact that the lumber supply in
the upper Mississippi valley is be
coming rapidly exhausted is caus
ing serious anxiety in some minds
as to the future supply. It is thought
that in less than twenty years the
present supply will be exhausted.
AVin. J. Martin, a murderer under
sentence of death and confined in
jail at Lebanon, Mas.s., has been re
leased by the Sheriff's niece, a girl
fifteen years old, and with whom he
has eloped. The escape was made
in the day some time a nib was not
discovered bv the Sheriff till night.
It is not thought that Martin will be
taken alive as he is a desperute man
and armed with a Spencer rifle,
wliich he took from the jail.
.Tito Miniiesotti Ins-unj Asylum at
St. Paul was destroyed by hrj on the
morning of the llifh. The building
contained GOO patients, some of
whom were bunted to death or per
ished from the cold. Many of the
inmates escaped. The building was
a huge stone structure with wooden
partitions and without any means of
protection against fire. This is but
another instance of criminal care
lessness in the construction of hous
es in which many are to congregate,
and will hardly be forgotten in the
whirl of business before another
holocaust as bad or worse will en
gage the attention of the journalist.
We print below as much uts our
Kpace will allow of the report of the
Committee on Indian Exhibit at
the Cumberland County, Pa. Agri
cultural Fair. The exhibitors wire
the students at the Carlisle Training
School. W copy at follow :
'Your committee are much pleas
ed to be able to express their great
gratification with the results attain
ed by these Indian boys and girls,
during their short training, as shown
by the large number of articles on
exhibition." --- --- -
No one can look at the work here
exhibited, u see the proficiency
reached in the different departments
ol their industries, without a feeling
of the iitiuutoi Burpriae find satisfac
p.-rny, the Monitor Lamp company, j tiuii. Phis feenliment is shared by
and other enterprises that are ex-, all visitors, as well m your comxuit
frndvflv wdvcri"'d tw.
Besides the exhibits of their in
dustry, to which duo attention will
be called, were to be found many
things now to be looked upon as rel
ics. A case of Lndian clothing, im
plements, ornaments and curiosities
attracted very general attention, and
by the thoughtful, could not but be
contrasted with the articles manu
fac lured by the children of the
There was seen a suit dressed with
the scajps of the owner's fndian en
emies and a female's sack ornament
ed with elk teeth, near them plain
and neat clothing made by the ap
prentice tailors and seamstresses of
the school. Moccasins trimmed with
beads in contrast with shoes micle
by the J ndian pupils. Bows and ar
rows made for the hunt, and near by
excellent bread baked by the Indi
an bakers, and grains, fruits and
gelables raised in the fields con
nected with l lu school, by Indian
labor. Tomahawks, knife sheaths
and tobacco pouches, greatly con
trasting with the neat well made ta
bles, tin cups, rattles and pans, fresh
from the shops at the school. Rude
and grotesque paintings, side by side
with very fine specimens of pen
manship and plain drawing, show
ins what rapid progress the boys
and girls have made.
Among the articles exhibited
ere shoes, new and repaired, buggy
and wagon harness, quilt, child's
dress, boy's shirts, machine and
hand made, night-dresses, chemises;
specimt n- of darning, boys' panta
loons, table with inlaid top, tinware
in gnat variety, bread, agricultural
product-:. "iieh as corn, potatoes and
vegetable of all kinds, also speci
mens of penmanship and drawing.
The display of ponmanhip and
drawing was quite large and very
satisfactory, there being nearly 101)
specimens by as man)' of the pu
pils. Tie- evidences of progivps in
this department were quite marked.
To Kiiwood, Dorian, .Johnson Lane,
Luther, Eva, Picard, a Wichita, and
Lizzie Walton, a Pawnee, for choico
sjjeeimens, we award each twenty
Upwards of fifty premiums, all
ranging frt.m 25 cents to $1, wero
awarded those children by an impai-
tiat committee, whose only interest
in the Indian is to see that justieo
is done him. It cannot be said of
the exhibited a nicies that they wero
the work of white men credited to
I rtd itHlSy M Q Ml 44i4M.A4) J U li tteu . WQU.
made up of Government employes
whose interest it might be to make
a good showing; and we ask all our
readers to examine the report caro-
I ftdlv and thin tell u if thev can
that Indian civilization is impost
bio ov avon infract ieybly.