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UAW.OItAO TIMI2 TAHI.H.
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No. 40-. "M. Illver Hspresi,
No.3, Wuy Kn iRht
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Co. 403, Tovns llxpress
No. 407, Ok'nhninn hxpios..
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No. 41!3, Win I reiHiiv.
l'J:tr, n. ni.
Passenger, should iirocuie uckcui -
foio getting on the I
THE 00BRE0T T0RMS.
A prominent ofllclul cnllcd our nt-
lontioii to tin error In ono of J he booth
blanks, which appears in tho ollleinl
copy Issued from the department and
,vlilqh has been reproduced In the
rtL various newspapers and printed foims
, In the territory. Wo nt oncj corrected
tho error and tho forms as printed by
Tiik Li:aiii:ii nro Hie only absolutely
correct forms published.
Moral: If you want to ha sure you
nro right get your blanks from Tiik
QUTERIE'S CORDIAL WEL00MB
JIundreds nml hundreds of Cherokee
liomcseekcrs are coming from tl.o
borders in Kansas every day to Guth
rie to get ready to enter tho strip
Thev have mil forgotten how they
were mndo to pay for their fiddler up
there in 1881).
Guthrie extends a welcome linnd to
nil, not for n day, a weelc or a month, j
but for all time, nml in this hho is
right, for sho expects to bo tho empo
rium for biipplles to the strip seniors
for years to come.
TIIE OFFICIAL I 100LAMATI0N.
The only ollleinl jie dlcation of the
president's Cherokee strip, proclama
tion appeared in ll j issue of Tin:
Lkadhk of Sunday. iul the people
'.nvo said thai they want to bo right
by purchating copiou of tills edition
nnd thus btnlnlng tho correct data
concerning the opening. Tho misrep
resentations of other newspapers havo
not deceived tho people. More than
lii.OOO copies of Tin: LiiAlinn c' that
dnte hnvo already gone out to tho peo
ple, und tho Issuo will continue until
every settler who wants to know tbd
truth about tho oponiny Is nunplled
with a copy.
The following fourth-class post,
mastors hue been appointed In Okla
homa: Aaron, unabslgned hind, II K Lee,
vice W. W. Loo resigned.
A nvll. Lincoln civOfr4Wall'rlt-
''" cWftTvlcc Oliver Craws resigned.
Itall, Oklahoma county, 12. Krug,
vlco W. II. Hall resigned.
Camargo, ) county, J. J2. Meek, vice
Boss Meek resigned.
Enfield, Logan county, S. S. Slaw
son, vice J. II. Allinan resigned,
Myrtle, Kingfisher cmnty, K. Van
devau, ylco J. It Vsudevun reslg'jiod.
Navajo, unassignetl laud. W. II
iawford, vice W. II. Aerer renigtle'l
BOOMERS QErTIKQ READY.
Krery Aj long trains .' chooner
rigged white topped wagons are ar
rlvln- and camninir aruund Uiiih.
nrenariuir to enter tho
tjjjrTr i. ..
wVlII 111, L11U
- ir--' " Ul UllUUlHf,,
i jPli.liii'e our streets nro literally jammed
(lie opening, and
with vehicles of every hind, shape,
Myle and rig, the railroad trains are
poshed uml jammed with great crowds
... t-Jmnaa malting Guthrie their qJ
v f tho promised lnnd.
's "" y day from morning until night
". . o sccn men, boys and many ladles
on the outer streets und train
elr horses for tho grundiun
i Guthrie forcibly calls toniud
ip-roarin days of old lSSt.
10 bents uny circus snow over
ilteil, anywhere in the world, bo
cxcitom.'iit, rush, bluster nnd
scones- -some .serious, and
i, ludicrous, are concerned.
BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT.
nff inero seems 10 ue somo cuuiiisiuu
.lllll 111 IIIU IllU'lL- IIIUUl UN ll
ireilTer it wllTTJe lav. ful tc -ntor tho
b5.-ip from any of tho suveral Indian
roservntions liordeiln. on it on the
cJst Tub Lkaiikii is not proparod to
.say whether It would forfeit the right
of porsons ao entering or not but to
I be perfectly safe it inhjht bo w ell for
nil to (iv ' I ovou tho soinblauco of vl-
ulatinf' :.e terms of the president's
proclamation. Tho not of congress
Iie the With dogru oi west longitude
us tlio western boundary of tho Cher
okee outlet, which not was ratified by
the Cherokee nation on May 17, Jisti.t
It Is true that lrom the laugungo of j
the president'a.prpoluinuUon, taking
'jf parapplf U,U2
r . jone, won
. -'. usage.
nml In wnrhlni? ordir by 8. ntl'llilnr
m owIUU,enll0 ,,lir , ,, ,1,
everything In the line of inio.c mil
blank work, and also steriotyping. no
Hint tlioso wishing to htive llto matter
prcsurvod for nddltlonnl orders to
tlioso first mmlo enn be neconimo
datctl. There will he nothlnjf In tho
lino of tho printing business but wlmt
Tin: Lijahkii enn supply In u eouple of
Tun story recently puhllslic 1 In tho
Philadelphia Press. Mint President
Cleveland was In n procnrloiis condi
tion from cancer of tho mouth, Is said
to h.ivo been put In circulation by ox
Mayor Wllllnm II. Graco of Now York
out of unfriendliness to tin president,
and without tlic shadow of truth us ii
basis of fotindntlou.
It is siild Hint tho night timo Is for
rest and sloip, but judging from tlie
battle going on now In Guthrie night
and day getting ready for the strip
opening, the patrinrrhlnl antlior of
tho above sentiment hnd nevor lieurd
of tho Chorokeo strio or sucli n thing
as a land opening.
A.v effort is being made nnd strongly
pushed to re nove tho Topoka pension
utlice to St. Louis. Tills lias aroused
strong and blttor opposition from til's
Kansas congressional delegation and r
big flirltt Is expected. Notwithstand
ing tills It Is bcllavetl tho olllee will be
Tiik homo rule net championed by
Mr Gladstone Is now tho litiv of the
Itrttish empire. It wiu secured by tho
wonderfu' energy and no less wonder
ful tact and inlluenoo of the grentest
of llritish statesmen, after one of tho
hardest lights ever ojenrrlng In pnr-
In run multitude of counsel tliero is
wisdom. So lot eviryono going into
the strip tnhe coitusul with tho presi
dent's proclamation, and by following
its rules and regulations secure a Home
and avoid complications.
Saih tho Pureell Register: Krom all
tho evidence now at hand It would
scum that Oklahoma territory lins
been pretty freely bled to keep up the
Greer outfit, known as tlio Statu Cap
ital Printing company.
God said let tliero ho light and there
was light- Grovor Cleveland said, give
the people homes, mid tho promised
land will bo opened up to them Sep
WliniN and without tho word
ubout, Wlmt arc you here 'or?"
the answer lllos in nnd Hies out
for tho strip or bust "
Sknatoii Voomim will in nil prob
ability Invoke the cloture rule In the
senate in the piiasngo of tho repeal
I r is now believed that tho woman
suffragists of Kansas are about to ub
solvo tho populist party.
Tojii'in claims to have the ofllciul
publication of tlic strip proclamation.
GllKltll claims to luivo tho ollleinl
puVAVRtlon of the strip proclamation
Greer lies. -
ilr. i.iiuU It. I'lttt (limn tho Iiiii(irliiut
r,m'llun ot U'i rli of tin) l'lrst .Itnll-
elul DUtrlet Uy C'lttel
It is lli.idi,. lie cssrry for Tn
l.KMirll to aputi its '''-n-'at'nn
o.vur the -uuiotiiiu of Ih n Prank
1 U-Ic to the chic j.istU-oliii of tbe m
I prt-ine lonrt, und -u- but nu-c the seu-
liim-nts of the poinje w h. u we sa,
f - -
In commending the nppoiutmout of
0( imgo Dale, we want ulso to com-
mend Ills salectlon of n clerli of hi-.
court. Tho appointment of MiwI.ouls
Ii lUtts to this linportnnt
ospo,ialhAWir,,iif to Tijj: I.kaiAui,
f y.t'.l I ll.......!, I... Ic ., r 1,mi.. .., rt ,,u
Ul illLUUlltl l,u ,... ..f.iw. -...- w .w.
his membership of this family was of
such a nature that his pla -u is still re
served at Tin: Lkaiikii table on till
feist duyt and at all limes.
Lou l'itts is a young man but little
more than SI years of ue He was
raised u Jasper county, Missouri, and
was educated at tho uuiveislty ot that
htnto, graduating with the i!u of
isss, receiving an A 1'. "aheepikln,"
with nil the accompanying Uonurs
After leaving school he went lo Kan
sas City, where ho read law in the of
(lee of Lnthrop, l-'ox A Morrow until
tlio onunlnir of 'ikltiboitia- whoa he
came here ill time to secure ' a flue
olutlii nortluof (iuthrio.
Alwut two years ago he resumed his
law studies In the ofllce of to'ontl
tlio-ge l'riec and last full was admit
ted to practice in b.HU the di-trlet and
suprems courts. Ho has tuUeti u very
active part in pohtics, and being uni
versally popular aiuouf theoung no
mocracy he ha been of great service
to his parly, lie was ono of the found
ors of Tiik Lkmku and was its iity ed
itor until a few months ago, wlmu he
sold his interest to Mr. llotfiuau.
Long before it was kuown who
would bo solectod us chief justlco, M
Pitts was mi applicant ffr the posi
tion to whioh he bus been appointed,
uml hud the indorsonent of .1 1 moat th
entire bar of thodistrict, ammig which
wns that ot the, mini to whom the
rHd-uship esi-o uud wholmd the pleas-
f, bnl nr f fn, tvill( ts u'u rCOilUell-
' ' ",en.,u
' tho hUn h
. vi,w O'tts 0m
.lilt lit. e
lltinilrmU or Vtop c on tho Ilonlrr .
yunllllocl to Kilter.
A'ikansas Citt, Knn., Kept. 4. A
grant many boomer havo discov
ered nftor 'rending the registration
blnnks furnished by the department
that they nrc not eligible to nc
quire lands In the strip, tho clause
debarring nuy one who owns
more than loo acre of
lnnd from settling on claims being the
stumbling block. At least ndooii
have mndo up tholr minds that they
would hnvo contests If they should
......... .....i hnm milled out for home.
Others who nit? not so certain will try
nnd register but they will hnvo to per
jure thomselvos or bo refused registra
tion. Unn't Hold llnnk Director.
Kansas City, Mo , Sept. 4 Judge
John V. Ilonry of the circuit court litis
handed down n written opinion which
prnctieltilly decides Hint tho deposi
tors of tiio suspended Knnsas City
Safe Deposit and Savings bank can
recover nothing from tho directors.
Tho decision is to the effect that II
the directors had nn actual knowledge
of tho bank's insolvent condition th'V
cannot bu hold liable oven though
they wero guilty of negligence in not
ascertaining tho bank's condition.
l'ur Chit1, iliullre of H.itnmt.
St. JoiiNSnniY, Vt , Sept. 4. Harry
C Ido of this plneo lias been tendered
tho position of chief justlco of Samoa.
Tills olllee ft one illled by consent of
three treaty powers -Oormnny, Kng
land ii)id Amerion and carries with it
great responsibilities on the part of
llio AVIircl Inut Jop llnilrr.
TlilllilS liAl'TI!, I lid , Sept. !.-
Standard Wlieol company of tills place
lins served uollco on the Western
Wheel association of its immediate
withdrawal. Tho withdrawal of the
standard means the dissolution of the
Itmimn Lily drain.
I'rloes wore quota,! ns follows No S linrJ
wheal, ial'ic No .1 niril wheat. IJ-iaSlvjo
No 4 linnl whott IT'JISc rnjeeted hard wheat,
10'lllc No S redwhent, 53 4,80. No 3 red
wheal, 9elo No. 1 n-d wheal, ISIIo.
Coiin V' not Mronifuml at tho cloao somo
samplOH were nollltiR at to decline ltuoolpta
of corn tiilay, 101 c,ir u yoirs o, iui earn.
No. amUart corn Bold i .iOd.U'.c No 3mlxi.it,
4o. Nn. I nilxiMl, Sc no i:r.tde. STo. No
white, a0"',! No 3 while W-ia No 4
white, SS-o. Shlppom paid 3 SHc Mlastsslppt
rlvor and STc Mfltnphls for No 3 coru, nail IP
S6M0 river and ale Mcmpriii for No. 5 white
Kansas nrv I.IVIf STOCK.
K4KSAB city. Mo, Sept 8-autle lte
cstpts, 4,11 1: iles, 1.130 shipped yestimUy,
l,0. unlvos, S51 The uurket w ijutet;
ulcers stonily tostronx cows feeders and hull
itemlyi celiet lower, Tuxm cattle dull, iteudy
to lllo lowor
Dressoil beof and ah npla? steor 2B)f.l!:
Color do t'o-ia !"? -38). cows ami ho jf,
It 15(12.85: Tct s nnd Iadlsn steers ' .' W 3 0;
Tvxw ii'id Ir.ttl in oos 1 Ti'i7'.' Ii , st'jaUcri
and feeders S2 15 i3 in xod 1 1 8TC7 60
IIo s- Roct p' M hlppci yeati-rduv,
I.8U1 Tho m.ukot wn active and Hiron
with Hht hor ."c higher I'rlces ranveJ from
Shoep HecelpiH. II no shlpinontu yester
day. Thero were few Bhoep on tho market and
it wm noinlnally utejdy.
fctnbhed In Drutli.
Si'iiiNOi'iEi.ii, Mo., riopt. 4, Jim
Hell, n farmer, hilled John Harrison,
n neighbor farmer, in tho town if
Mnrshlichl, Webstor county, with a
lmlfo. The had not been on good
terms as neighhois, nnd when they
met In Marshlluid Hell, who was
drinking, tabbed Harrison four times
ii the breast.
J'iilil .Suniliiy Ai)iiilfs!on t( tho I'nlr.
CuicAno, Sept. 1. I'a'.d admissions
nt tho World's I'air Sunday, tb, I3U.
rosi'Ain; :: ots.s 14
Tim postage on Tifli Lkahkii's Co
luinbiiin uQilvcitir edition is '.' cunts on
each tnpur, ollu uopy weighinc the
full iiuionnt carriel for that imi.Ii
posture A a jfr. it many papers h n
probably been p',-tlVn Hie po-turl'.ee
yilb bill a t-cont stamp, those seuiliiirf
lem had better cull and put mi 'In
a Id It inn ul posture, us Ihcv cnunot be
suit thro, igh th m.nl for ss tliun -'
ei n w,
mey win oc wnipiMiuiuuffl-Ta5,8(!..
Is oflU-e frej of
extra charge, postage installed.
To Take ClinrBn ill Once.
tharley Oraco, the newly appointed
postmaster nt l'orry, reuolvod a
o.wl.iU enill tbdlBVnvVninnl
.y ,, 1
J - vifnVT..g bim nt o'neo to repair to that
place una mite eunrge 01 mo omce
lie vlll go tod.ijr and find the ne.es
snry equipments thoi-e to run the of
fice. This will make n sooner out of
Charley but it will enable htm to get
tuooftbe in running order and sae
much jlolav and umioytinoe at the
'I he Wlehlt 1 INilr.
'Iho Wlcliiltt fair from September 11
to 15, gives promise. Of being the bet
fuir evtr held in southwebtoru Kansas.
Walloon ascensions ami pnraihute
leai -, arc some of tho many uttrno
ttons. As the railroads give rodueod
rates our people have a flue opportun
ity of visiting the ' PisjiUss l,rueusw
iu all her glory.
Theiewlllbea joint dlsoiiwlon in
the hall of the American I'ttdtniilon,
Vilas btreet, this evening nt 3 o'eloek.
A number of good speakst will be
prcseut and'dlscuss the political laeues
..f 1I1.. .Inv. It la honed lliure Will oe
good utloudaueu of people of tt polit
Notlee t WliPtamwi.
Tlic Uuthrle ltleyclo club will meet
tonight nt T o'eloek at the opera lion.-
Airaiijreineiits will be porfeete'
muke a (.'.u'i run for homesteads . I
town lnts in the strip. An ex U'i,.
meet 1 1 ; 1- anticipated. All u
arc expected to be pt neiit.
Wuul.l !( AvlilISBhlr
Nonnnii Nedlai Tbi) lane io of
alan when ho le'.iold the Ii 1 mony
ill the Cardeu of litlen 1. , n 111
"l ir ' I ost," noul'l Iu1 up' iculili
1 ds-ns- Oiv.r1 ' '1 ' i'a t.i ti 1
h drst hheld the sue ...i 1 ,
char; " i'nt Iarfcee kl
rr t with gri-f UJioIsV !
V5 1 Jl - vcied and v
Noble Avenue Xtimoe
is the Best and Cheapest Paint on the Market.
Wlmt Is It that gives any Pnlnt Durability, Beauty ot Finish
and Prosorvativo Quality?
PURE LINSEED OIL ONLV.
Tocwrv gallon of 1 1 funnier Pure Prepared Paint must bo added ono gallon
of Pure I! uv Unseed Oil to reduce ready for Painting.
When ou add a gallon of pure, fresh Unseed Oil to a gallon of Pa-nt, you
know that .viTu will have a ready-mixed Paint, inndu from pure Linseed Oil,
and not one innde from Liquid Adulterants, 'lhis ncressary addition of raw
Linseed oil pln-es the durability of your Paint under your own control, nnd,
if pure il is used, the durability Is assured.
Tins I'aint is most economical, as oouipnretl with other Ueady-MIxcd Pnlnt
limmnm li ns the consumer does not pay lor Linseed Oil used nt the rate of cost
01 Bead -Mixed Paint, 81.40 to $1.70 per gallon. After being thinned with
pi re Linseed Oil, one gallon of the mixture will cover 300 square feet two
costs, on good ourfuce.
.Tnere Is tm othpr Paint made tlial enn offer absolute proof of durability,
til n eost of SI "I per gallon to tho consnmer. taTI-'or bbip only by
F. B. LILLlE&jODnUQ.BOpK A.NEWS DEPOT. GUTHRIE
REVEALED BY DBA TH
A Itiiinniillc .llarrlngn llrnught to I.lcM
liT Iho llustmtiil'a Denth.
A romantic marriage several months t
ngo in which n Knoxvillo I ellc and a
Memphis man were the principals has
just come to light owing to the death i
of tlio husband. The young lady Is
Miss Lildle Collins, of Kn xvill", and ,
tho husband John T. Phillips of Mem- '
phis. Mies Collins iirst met 1'hllllps j
at the Last Tennessee dopot nt Knox-
vllle M.me two years ogo. She wbb
there to bid some Knoxvlllo soldier I
boy frifiilsgo(iil-by when by accident'
sho nut I'hilllps, who was a member
of the t nicknsaw tlimrds ot Mcmnlils,
which organisation accompanied tho
ICnoxville 'Idiots und other leaders
of the slate lnlllt'ti to the troubled
mining l striets. Mutual admiration
nt first glnneo grew into a violent and
undying love, and nfter coriespond
onee the young people wero soon be
trothed "Lexing tliu army 1 hilllps
wont to Mneou. tia., to secure employ
ment. It wns there that he and Miss
Collins were seretly married In March, '
nml nfter linvinir nnsscd sev. ral days
happily together ns husband and wife,
MilM Collins returned home without
IllVUlglllg lO UI1J- UUU nur RIJ.I Dl, ,iiiv;ii
hi, i. i,nk hinpK riirnfnllv kont and
guarded Pliillips left Macon and
went to Cleveland, Tenn... where lie
bociitno 'ritlenlly siclc voce i try. "iho
first of last week ho taletfiapued his
Klf .t!, r .i!:: lC I
Mrs. I'll Hips returned to the city and
I wth Iter br -tlicr und mother.
MAItniBD A CHAMBEH MAID.
ltov it I'oor Chlin(;i Ullt Iteriuno u,l
Three months ago Anna Witkowor,
a handsome llohemitiii girl, was a
oliumbcr maid nt the I'al ier house in
Chlengo Now slio is a , ' -st a' tlio
liotbl, the wife of Huron '-Kiiluerg, nn
Austrian nobleman. It is a case of
true love Tho bnron tnme to tho
hotel o er a year ego and was attracted
by the girl's wlimln-,' manners and
handsome fnee. Having no friends in
Chicago ho took her to tho theater and
I'ccamo quite atteutitivo to her. He
wrote nor nuer no
loft the city and tho
came regular. Al
though he was
a baron nnd she
: only n poor chum
" lie r-m aid SoLl-
berg londm ted
himself toward t r
""was though she was
I a princass of royal
blood ana Annaiuii
deeply in love with
nAim.N loni.iiKnn. lier noolo inenu.
Last Mavitho baron came to the r
mei lumsq nguin and lenowod his nc-
(lUaiuiancu wuu ,uni ihmhivti,
. ,.t ,! 1-1 ,1...AH
fnrrlly after Is '' '.'
t'-c 1mtl ostns 'I' '
' niKeshs Notl.ln,' ii -i,i
- thei bjiron or muirt mi i
( i lion, tbsy came t.i t'
vf stored svs V. .mil Iin
.-uhlberg. The brhle hail i
piin wo. kaday drew and v
e .v rich
satu. gow , with dtuuioi'i! ornaments.
Tin bai-0iess was nuul Jute3gdn
laafliafll? of iho hotol. aud has
promised t6 writo to every one of
WHISKY, POISON, SKELETON.
Ilorrlhln UUrovery In Iho I'nilorhruKli
lit IVlliain Turk, New York.
j A pair of trousojnjillttPertiy-lifttr
tole,-ijuiAlidlttrredrabottle of whisky, two
i 7 . I .. Ln.. nf nn4tilif.,L i ttiial if
Ol IIOISOU, It ow u w .1 ,K --. "
lamborcd revolver and a. skeleton,
whito and glistening, wore what a
man, peering through the underbrush
in IVlhnm park, Now York, saw tho
other morning. With a cry of horror
ho started to find tho nearest polico
mnn, who hnppoucd to be l'oliceinan
Donovan ofjtlio pnrk bouad. Ilnnovau
and tho mas wont back to tlio place
i ml oxaminod the vafl .is articles
'1 he whisky! bottlo, still half full, tho
two bottles tf poison and the revolver,
accounted f4r tho man staying thorc
till hi boilyjliad shrunk to u skeleton,
wliu h eoulilshow no trace of bullets
or poison, l'lio only tiling to help
place the. 1111 In the world was ono ol
on wlilcli was mnrKeil
lues Wrods, Third avenue
aud Ono 11
jndrcd and Twenty-first
niiHil Vnilnrt Is liikiine.
I'ho illegal nfllctiou of Actress
Linnia Yadr.s became so pronounced
1 ity 1' hys c inn
l harles I Intr of
Ail.iiitic Cy, S.
.l.io declau her a
lunatic. Sht was
Si 1 1 ll Willi I vio
lit; aroxyti In a
1 " -lorn
i- moved to the
' t 1 wall of
1 i hall. hits
neil theij she
pon orlers of Hr. 1 liner was
y .. . .
1 :u a hi Wit-jacket to prevent her
iicrseinor altcniltinu iniury.
... . . . .
ner tolk hor to her home in
er llriUI Kiinliii City .Murtlcr.
Aiuither (plibornto murder took
nluci .a Kamss City Smiiluy , and fol
' 1 !' -o sl, ni after the murder ol
I 1 ei IoIhiJdu by Itnuker Little has
in 11 .-eil the jxiHtemout t aiised by the
n. .i ei line Charles lUunU, a ba
1 1 eiT, U ing jsalous of his wife,
a 11 e seitrrr to III Home to seo 11
u wero in the house Tlio mes
tt , cr nit I and bald lUunU that
UUuiu M 4f.irfA barkeeper, 1 i
. . - . . -
1 a ii" 1 'ei in his
- ket -ml gc
' -font II,
tome Rh Latul UIUmI
11 his wife,
' yWfe-rf 'wgBpv
nst.inllv rt-miircft anil forcrcr il-slrolf
nipi tmrtaulc linir. wlu-tltor iifi.ni ili.l
land-., fan-. nrtllM nr npilt. uftlimit itU I
iI..ra-loii nr Injurt to tin- most ili-llcaiiil
hii, iiniin inr any rnr tlie ii-rrrlfl
nrilllllil of i:rallllli AVIIaim. nrkmut.n
! tlpi l liv iiln ni. lan as the lilelic-i autlmr
sl .1110 till- niot l-llllllpllt ltfritl.,tnliiirlair"
liiilh.ii, Hx-cialiht Hint i torllPi1. Duriili
ii, iiinaie praciicr in .1 nii--innp amotii
Hi, nul.ilfij ami ari(tra nf Kurniic hi
lid-Rcntieit till-, ri-cliM-. 1'rli-e, HI h mall
H-Oirel iiackrd. I nrri-HtHinilpiici- coiill
etlial Solo a, t-iil- fu Amrrlca Ail
i The Skoohum Root Hair Grower Co.
Sl'Dt. M.. 57 Slllllll 1 ,flh A,n. -c... V.,rl
IVutrr.L. (K vst Bunm-nnrB.
An old negro woman of Knst Athens,
On., Who insisted on being baptized in
nor Bravo ilied from the immersion.
Aclording to a report bv Mr.
Loorjis, the United States consul at
St. Itienne. there havo been 1.81.1
s in Franco duriiii? tho lliirtv-
years ftoin 1852 to 18SU, of
w,licJ , lr3 resul'ta
In favor of
xl- l' ishcr of Santa Barbara. Cal..
says that tho Indian remedy for snnko
bito iin species of tlio plant euphoi-
bin, which is indigenous in California
Pn,i riiona. -p,0 plunt silou,i bo
C0,Uci1 ! .: ' a"J PPe1 to the
is,'n Vna l'lc.u'
rrciTericlc Scitz, a poor man, par
tially Hiiut, wanted to givo his sharo
to tlio Inass of relics which wero cast
in the Columbian liberty bell, and
turned over a half penny of 1809. Tho
coin is quoted by a numismatist at
S50, an! was accordingly returned to
A fird winch destroyed the house of
John Downey on Grand island, near
Iluffnlo, K. Y., was originated in n
queer manner. A large Newfoundland
dog, which vvns asleep in Hie room,
shook himself and In so doing upset n
lamp, which exploded and set lire to
When the sui v'tvors of the w i- steam
boat Sultana, which blew nn in th
Mississippi In 18C3, with the loss ot,
over 1,800 lives, held their nnnual
reunion at 'tfnryille, Tenn., a few
ilays ago, .lames Lawton, who wns
supposed to have been drowned in the
disaster, appeared, much to tlio sur
prise of everybody.
Some young' men in llordcntown. N.
J., sttnn ea- ym In the matter of
going to the world's fuir without pay
ing big railroad rates. They have
hired a freight car and havo furnished
It with wmc bunks and a poking
stove. As thev were in n.. hurry
about getting tli-re, the railuad trip
i-ost about 910 ,ii 'ece
While F. 11" luiiHou 8mnli yas in
Louisville recently be pass. I a whole-
;-ale grocery si -re with s ni friends
.iiid became very much In!. releo in a
young shipping- "lurk who stood on
! '.Lo bidewalk. marking-brush in hand,
i "ThajM.ifttiy .rpT,?g;;" 11(7," s?
tho artist-author, "und with a marking-brush
on a lceg of fish I did my
lirst work in colors."'
BITS OF INTELLIGENCE,
Ono ot tho lost arts is tho manufac-
uroof malleable glass.
The OTWitrtT reported onrilrlttt:
ship in London with 0,000 sealskins
from the Antarctic ocean.
Public schools havo been in existence
in Mass.i husctts since 1015, and po
licemen in New Yorlc since 1097.
A yoang woman shot nml killed a
shoo peddler near Midvillc, 0a. na fow
days ago, who had sold hor a pair of
shoes that did not suit
A company of blind men recently
arrived 1 11 ltirininghum, whither they
had ridden on bicycles from Loudon,
a distance of over 10(i milos.
Tlic breeding of canary birds is now
one of tne most thriving industries of
Germany. About '.'50,000 of tho little
songsters arc raised there .-very year.
A. II. Newman of Catnsaumiu, I'a.,
has in his ossession the first shell
that was tlnowu Into Cliamborsburg
by the rebels on the morning of Juno
It cost a young man nearly S200 nt
the Now York custom-house tho other
day for goods he undertook tosmugglo
through and which lie claimed were
presents for u& father.
Mr. Jackson, In his "Theory and
Practice of Handwriting," states the
opinion, w liieh ollleinl ropojts scorn to
confirm, that handwriting is growing
w orse all over the world.
A man in Toledo while tearing down
on old house for tlio purposo of re
building, fcund in a window easing,
wrapped in paper, 103 SjAnlsli coins,
bearing tlio date of 1717 uml 1773.
Two inon entered a Ualtlmoro store
and wanted to fell some hair dye. The
proprietor smelled of the hottlo they
showed hint nnd fell back stupefied,
while tlioyriiled tlio money drawer
According to a table compiled by
Printers' Ink. there are -.oa paper m
ti. !Ti,.,l States and Canada with
.... ,-. nnn eirculation. All but fivo I
of the 'papers nrc published In tho
A Masonic lodge at Fredericksburg,
Va., has boon presented with two
rooking chairs which worefeeo owned
Itf Uaprge Washington's uioihar.
L.V Ohucatro woman, wl elaims to bo I
jau ajgQUt,i'.ani of ColmoVus, nskerU,
tbUl 111-. fa.uou
,-, txpiorur was born at
V.iii of the Nun iu-
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Has for sale the Only
use in filing on
The Prices will be:
, 25c per
Following is a List of tho Only Correct Blanks:
A Declaration for Homestead Entry.
B Declaration for filing S. D. S. in person.
C Declaration for filing: S. D. S. as aoent.
D Certificate that must be held by party
desiring to enter -lands.
E Declaration for entering; tow lots.
F--Certificate for entering; town lots.
Affidavit at Land Office.
J. W. McNILVL, IijKsnn:.NT.
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