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FOR ABSTRACTS OF TlfLks. Shi. W. M HRUNbOX. IN RKAR 01'" BAXKlJnjAXJlORY
. . . r-. 1-1- 1 In 1 tmmmvvm u. -i-w- . S .iT jtfW P-P RrOlJd L3H tiS2Y BaKO
n'lciAt. r.vi'Mi r 1 n n cou.vrv.
hi miici tliut the poopleinay be sup
plied with thoitlp.ituw.s, tlie I.KAnr.ti
rl1) i ". Monday morning.
f..rnlp nl the
in feel west of
Tif I.i wru lilnith
l.r i'i it lent, itlmnt
1).I you so It?
It a 11 superb rncu.
Tin llcetpst got thciv
Ohm bnclc to (lutlirlp.
Xou thpy nro ooining b.iuk,
T-T. ; r ,.
let burfiicM continue.
ll-hilntr over town
New its over,
Now they are
II Pl'imilPIl SUUii in- iiunni iniin
: ;:::..u zr Johlo.
town n prnelluilly dcwrled , All Sarnli of Chener, Ivaimac.
Till, opening 11 1 Jlonnewiey wns a
Ma.nv wcro disappointed. 11 wit
mtro enough 11 handicap. "
yiwrKiinvv Perry was n pralrlo.
Now it is a elly of ao.OOQ.
Tin nn was no business In Io'mi yes
terdiis. StreplN deserted. Strip.
Ho . Ai.umiT.S. IViM.isof Kentucky
has boHii nppolnetl tnlnlstor to Hawaii
to succeed Mr 1! junt.
Last night's truln from tho north
tiv IrtUded with sight soors nnd dh
uppolntd and dejected boomcts.
Tun Atnilgtiin-ilpd Asso.-liitlon of
Iron and Steel Worhers
that tlie tarllV Is of no benefit to wage
Ok the noinp;o it has required over
.'..Dim oxtracojilusof Iho Lkadimi to fur
nish the strippers with nows for the
fast ton ilnyn.
Hootiio, in aceordmieo with thepresi
ilcnt'n proclamation, will bo kept ojion
until (microti closed hy tho .secretary
of the Intel lor.
Wilts Cottrtols, the Inventor of the
aolebaated Perlgord pie, died, it was
uttld ho had killed tuoro men than fell
in N:i 10 1 nit's battle.
J'iiom .launnry 1 to September 1, one
hundred and forty-ilvo national bunks
Mispendod. At tho latter date ono
bad voluntarily wound up Its business,
satisfying all claims tig.lnst it, while
forly-lhreo l.ud resumed and tlfty
three more oxpcctcil to resume soon.
lr looks to a mm up a tree as
tlm )gh Carter Harrison Wrenching out
ptctty httongly toward tho Illinois
senatorl.il logo, nnd whether he site-
ceeds In placing It on hi caput or not
there'll bo some fun before the con-
tcntloii Is definitely settled.
Nomc: of our exehnuges think it
i.ou'd ho a good thing for blinetalUm
fi.r 0 Tinted States to stop buy In if
f.Uri i and buy gold. Titoy think such
jTJS "nrT'K'WU'1 , "" frco l.nropo to
rguli (tutor with tl7o""li'nteil "Stntet.
poi intcrimtlonal bimctallsin and by
thineourM England would soon be
jjlttd to coiue to terms.
Tins 10 w 1
lownslte of IVrry was looted by
mors. The soldiers wcie either
In too small force, or didn't utteud to
business. It wllleu'iso much ve.ation
iiu'd doluy, but will finally come round
nil right, for tho mills of thu gods
have a habit of doing tho square thing
if they nre just given time Kxnel
juslloH will bo ground out. The
hOoneiV tHtimph is but temporary.
a i-UHACiiKH in sail iiormmuno lot
o tlm following remark recently:
-siomu paoplo spend too much time in
Inspecting thodovil before putting him
iiuhind them " This must be ti sling
nt tho ldy managors of tho World's
Fair, who after thoroughly Inspecting
tho daiiso.du-voutre for two weeks
pionouucod It perniciously wlckeil,
;iud then took .mother week to uscor
tnlu how it was dona
Tin: St. Louis Hpublio is advocat-
""' 'fZ MtrQ;'j-ur ""' I'l1"'' view of Iho
iiituMgoueTndrHittliLr f tlio ani-
mat crtmtlnn. It Ihiuks fTn! justice
lias nol lic.yfoie Wen accorded loi
tho lowor onTorof nnliiinls nnd inti
-..u.Ui.,li'padly th.Tt while coueedlng
the iqKrIorily of uuu generally, thuro
re rbuny auimaH which uro iu some
no mental or moral duality the'
. ... m""v
J-Jcragojuau." Wo MIW tho 1& ! l" "rttrvhcr U,,t " thQ
public rofor more purti,u.arly to tho Wh; th, ant lra ,
attitmloof the Ileimbllcai. m0-,bors-,, h.tntmmn '1,1
t wngrooiitl-oblurmanlaw. Ux n y J
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init Xationnl weather bureau has
'Iwuod u bulletin culling spociul iittou.
.j ... . ...
u , w, ...rKo uuniunr ui turngi-
ivc uiruauoe mis year anil urging tne
puoplts in dUtrleU ha Idit to siuli Tisitu
tions to pruparo for their coming. Tor
nadoes began thalr work of destruc
tion as early us last February ia Miss
issippi ami louUlmni ana thej have
kept at it pretty steady In a lave
number of state. Thu weather buiui
Hilvlsos pocplo living In ihe,Aipper
Mississippi and Missouri lleys tp
providu safe placet, of report, such as
strongly protected collars, Into which
they can rotrcat in cbm threatening
squalls or funnel shaped clouds hovur
ubout them. A cyclono tellar may
coine to be a family necessity in or
Hoiueseckers (iuldo with latest map
r fb,ejitrlpv county sea W, land otllies.
1,1111 Tv Drn.u I B'ole f
FRIGHTFUL BATCH OF PATAU-
TIES ATTENDING THE
.rni iicwiii r u'imi-rur
'lh rn hii mill Kllldl Hltlril
A string of fatalities, frightful In
the p.Mreme. nttonded Urn opening f
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the Cherokee strip nnil Uic oeenrmney
Mrs. Clinrton llni'iioft of VA Drnd,
I Kim. wlillo diwcondiug 11 lill I jnit
south of lVn-w wnB thrown from her
horsu. A liorMiuaii following ran
over hur, cnuslnjr Instiint ilonlli.
Henry Chonncy, Mutthuws nnd
llnrvc llrnily, wlillo oh tlwlr horfos,
wcro piceiplmtod over a piudplco
(litrintr Urn raco ml''"'"' bctwoon Or
lando and l'oiry. All throe men wrre
I hilled. Two horfcest wuro also hllliil
mary mnw (m. Volaiar) VM
' thrown from his horso and sustained
received a broken leg.
Curl Jlyorn of Kaimns wn thrown
from his horso near Orlando nnd
Four nlrlppors wero idiot nnd
klllod ut Sllllwtttor over ots,
Henry Sliong nnd another iiinn
nnino nuknown, ijunrrolod ovor n pony,
Strong wan hiiiiinIipiI nnd porhapt
futnlly hurt by tho stranger.
A until named Mo nicy was run oror
by iv trnin nnd lost a leg.
Two man named Mollrldo anil Mo-
I Hoan of Oklahoma Clty,iunrrelcd over
11 lot ut Perry last night. The Ho was
paBSud. Mel'.'nn struck Mcllitdo in
tho head vltb n slilko and perhaps
fatally Injured him Mellenu is a bi
Many thrilling accidents o?curred
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Parry, li.it 11 piriii'iuur are ooiniu
able, it is hnld nt lunst six dead tnon
can bo found boltvoun the two placo.
Many riderless horses gallopud Into
Mr. Coyle of C'oylo t .Smith wns
overcome by the excitement near
Perry anil fell from his horso. llo re
Anna Kit iter, a soiled dove, was 113.
cidentally shot in tho leg by im un
known man at Orlan-lo lust ni rht.
Till! ItAOi: 'JO PiillltV.
IIk'Tiiwii Wii ThUph ly SnoncrH Orowtli
ol tin. llurK Tlu PntillUlIiin.
Tlio first train out of littthriu yes
terdav mnrnrtig was not loaded with
people In the general acceptation of',
tho term. Neither wns It jammed. It
was literally submerged with living
freight. The elgl. teen coajhes on the
llrst boctlou wero burled In humanity;
as many people wero on the top and
llOttOUl OI tlie CIIIO IIS WOIO on tllO lll -
side. Theptlolof tho engine contained
31 tr.cn: tho tender was black with
; booinars. As the train moved from the
liept t.xtitod and maddened men
t.i,j l( the. sldot of tho coaohc like
' Si,renlHt inu between tho ears, w here
the steps wero j tuiiuod mon littiig to
each other's arms nnd legs.
The second section was thu sniuc:
also tho third tiud fourth s
lions. At Mulhall
w hen lbi
trnin ciiiiio to a s'
ii people were
oonSrAVol -huddled together like
-keep in 11 lorn.i dating a thun lei-
.lorm. iten ascertaining the condl-
lion of this section, there was long
wa'ltng and gnashing of teeth The
uowil finally managed to board sub
The most versatile pen is unable to
describe the sionos ut Orlando when
tho trains nrrlvuil there nt about 10
I Surging, howling mobs'. Hooking
j huinnnlty. Oceans of boomers. Tho
'town of Orland 1 was Jammed
and country within a
I nl,us of two miles, was literally
1 .,.,,,.red with mcnoctlvo strinners. n
motley mass 011 foot, on horscbiuk and
In wagons Hvory man curried .1 btake
nnd a Hug or a bit of rug with a can
teen or u bottle. Slowly the mtiltl
tudo moved up thu railway trick to
wards tho border At 11:30 o'elock
10,000 people were I ned along Ue
railway track nnd the country adj lin
ing. .Suddenly tt. etc was u 1m nk in
the lluot. and the race begni( It was
preinnturc, howcTor, the tiiin of start
ing laokiug tix minutes tp I'i Tho
first train pushed last tho line at 12:02
with Chiof (loorge Taylor on tlie pilot
imnK wvlum ,mMai) ,u ,3os all,i f0i
lowln'g tcolious nt Intervals of oight
minutes. A mun with n wooduu log
rodo on a Wag shaft on the pilot 0
. KiM'tlnn I u r
.m . . r 1
'1 in jam un the tars wns awitil.
' rm"Jt,,,w ou-iae"rj. At o'eloou
j 3tt'0 Ieopm woisj oifttWrry town
I .In i l.i.il, wf .....1 .l .. rtni
j Zr-""."'''r ? ' .
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tur III tlie ptlWlo Ttell gttVv.Vlt
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11 twl in nil nvtil kltim ui1l...1 ...... r
, . ., . v ier iu..
tailiNlatUionUiwrciiR. At 5 o'clock
Perry w, u full-tledgod town. Th;
i ush fur claims by horsemen and par.
lies in vehicle wan n pretty night awd
almost ovory ono botweaii Oiiauio nnd
Perry contains a hoinystea lr.
Tho Valley bank tvju the first tnt
un the ground.
Attorney Thomas was ainpng tliO
first with his blanks, wli ingle and
j A town meeting w 11 bo held to
norrow. There are now oar , tents nn the
r .. i . , .,, ..
fo'U V, RO nrt A Hn.
Is tho Best and Cheapest Paint on the Market.
jWhnt 13 It that kIvos any Patnt Durability, Boauty of Finish
and Prcsorvativo Quallty7
PURE LINSEED OIL ONLV.
, ,7 , ,, IN n ,7 .. , . , V , ,,
To evpry gallon of Hnmmpr Puip Piopnred Paint must he added oiipgallnn
nM.in.P .nxC f.InsPO.UHl to miner ,cad. r,.r Painting.
WIipii jou add a gallon of pure, fresh Mimeed Oil ton gallon of Paint, jou
1 Knnw that yon will havo a ready-mivd Paint, tnndn from puru Unseed 'oil,
, ntul not one innile from Mijutil AiliiltorimtH. This iipcrmnrv mlilllloii of inw
Museud OH plarcs tho durability of vonr
if pure Oil Is used, Hip durability Is assured.
This l'alnt is mort economical, .isc impiired with other Heady-Mixed P.ilnt
limsmueli as the consumer does not pay tor Linseed Oil used at tho ralo of tost
of Ueady-MUod l'nlnt, 81.10 to Sl."i per gallon. After bolnjf thinned with
pttro Linseed Oil, otto gallon of the imxtuto n HI cover 3(K) sijunre feel two
coats, on good Mtrface.
There is no other l'alnt made tl-at tan offer nbsolutc proof of durability, ,
nt n cost of Sl.lto per gallon to tho oonsui.ior. t57"For sale only by
F. B. LILL1E & OO. DRUG. BOOK & NEWS DEPOT. GUTHRIE
mon was at tho land ofllco nt P.': TO
TholVtry Ihilly Times and H.iliy
Xows npi eared liut evening
Ilcrrod A Witlmcr. attorneys, claim,
to hnve been the llrst lnwycis with
tent up on tlicgronm',
Streets are being laid out.
1'ioin Arlmiiii C'lty.
AllKANSAs Citv, Sept. 111. Hiicu 11
grand success; a number of accidents
Soon ors In tho lend. Klldaro thlolily
nottlodi population about 0,003. Pnlly
to 000 went from hero.
IlKRNKfKiir, Sept. in. Seventeen
thousand people inttdo the race from
this point. Very exciting. Hnid, a
nourishing town of 12,000.
Kiowa, Kan., Sept. 10. l-'ourlccn
thousand Vioomet's rushed from thU
point. Wein y, disappointed. Hood
deal of oouerlam. Alvn settled by
IliTN.NT.WHi.t. Sept 111. HeportR just
to say rare Intensely exciting. Now
town of Woodward soltled ly 7.0(10
boomers. Four buildings going up.
One man reported killed.
.lorriMis (it tiii: stuip.
Ilrcr7jr NiiUn I'lcUcil l"i lit IEhiiiIoiii l!r
try relink Iloiiiiicr'.
Harry Clark and l.oc Ilmnpsli.r wcip
each sure they were on a lot.
bherllV Painter snt sedately eating
a watermelon in the wreck of matter
and the crush of worKs.
Iiulge Thomns has staked tho lot
the land ofllco stands, on.
l.eo Wisby ami Sam Wlsuy, sons of
Col. .loe, own Perry leal estate.
The town of Perry stands on the
! northeast of twenty-two and tho
northwest of twenty-three.
l r,.n,. Tnvlnr nt C'lmndW Is still built.
ing for n vacant lot.
F, C Millikon holds down a lot jiut
to U19 rear of thu land olllce.
C. A. Duncan of Franklin, Ky. , l.ns a
John Stone and O. .1. Stono rode the
blind baggage on the first truln. and
dropped lt" on two good lots near the
In ml ofllco. rfN" ' 'r
I'urinor (JodoIi, front north of (Ittth
r, drew a prl.o.
j lloi, ,. Calvert boat tho train ton
mlnuU, .,a lias -i lino lot. llo jumped
ovol. n doou ,uttl horgC3 on tlll. IVilll.
P. Newman nnd Moso Wulnbcrer
hwour at each other In bovou d liferent
lauguagos a. d oauh cluiius lie "bent
the other on that lot."
Hurry Colton was a sooner and don't
euro who knows it, and will have
some mighty interesting things to say
wlion tho time comes Ho spys the
soouors got the earth.
Turner and Metralf each voted the
other a failure wseu it came to nab
bing tow n lots
Captain Turlor of (Juthrle, thought
n town lot stake bent a tow mito board
I .lolm I' lirleknor had it all figured
j ont and thought them couldn't bo any
icViuiit about It, but there was.
Win. Moro'.ioad nn I Frank Ccaso
have a handsome pair of lots
Cnrl Craig imlo a winner nnd sue
cooded In gutting seoond t the Inn I
otllco and filing on u titio pieeo of hind.
Probate Judge It. T. Ud wards was
the third to 111 Ho took a piece of
laud adjoining Cross.
Frank Manny didn't get anytllng
and didn't care much.
Coiiuciluiuit Horkey couldn't toll
exactly "where he was ut," lut knew
his lot wasn't In tho struct
Philadelphia has 3,000 union icamen.
Tho world supjiorts 51,100 brewencs
Austrian railroads employ j.om
AHer manufacturers dciu.uid a uni
form hjwim,, f hispeotion
1 i'wioii uiistor liorscinoors will ad-
vnneu tho ,.rl.u...f .1
- ,,osto ""istor horteshoun
.uic Full Itivo.. wouvers struck
ogalnt S7 50 a week fot olght loom.
NoV York plastomrV laborer have
boon gruntud eight hours and y ;j,
, knit da h Suturday for SI.SS
J "ru art 171 l.rancha of I
the Ho jt i
and Shof-wArkers luu-rnntlonal union I avo nls lonh and fortune, but un
This ogah'.uoii has oxiwndod Sioo, "'.jailuigly. A ha?pv thought struck !
000 iu four years iu i-o&isttnu' rn,lni.iin.
in wuges. '
A Pittsburg lumWr dealer has sued
the AllcghaiiT piaiflngmlll assoulaliuii
f.ii b it cutting hlnil Tlio ,lr,l ll
ib-'i 1.1 the
a . .w hv...v. ..,,
who were out
wants fin ou
M Ii l I
t-ii-rt, striking forgo
nil jjcidad tliBv whp in
the wrong, and, besides going back to
'ri if otic. mi4l i, jili
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i i .
1 QllllvrB s QTRIPPF
l'alnt under vour on ountrnl. nnd.
LAND OFFICE FILINGS.
NAMES OF THIHTY-FIVG MEN I
PASS THROUGH THE FIRST 1
I.n'iil Ollli'c M'orl. at dip IVrri Tim i.llc
'rimitaiiiilii Ktniul In J. Imp rilliis to
ItfClu llli:i llui,liTiiinorriiu. 1
It wns not many minutes nfter Is
o'clock yesterday when 11 long lino of
settlors stood In front of the lnnd
olllce at Perry to make their filings.
'I he work progressed slowly, but will
bo rushed through, beginning to
morrow. Following is nn official list
of the filings made in the Perry land
ofllco yosterday: '
Tin! i.A.vn or Kin: ronrK.
.1. C. Malonn register, Wi-eonsin, .1. II.
King ipcilver, AJabnina. I.ewls Davis
chief eleik. .1. Cole, nssWtant two wcok.
l.ii-cnllet, alstant two weelcs. Win. F.
O'lJimoghtie, ao-Nltttit two weeks.
I.. (! Poe, IIK.'sw (r .pt. -J:, n, r &w,
.l(ipph C. Miller. SI), nn (jrncc 50 n, r
Che-tnut I In in it on, sp ip. spc :,!, r (..
loe C. M tiller, se jr sec ad, t '.'" 11, r 1 w.
Ili'iirj .lim, so fM-sec IS, tp 1 n, r 1 w.
I.. W. Hay, aw qr ec 2.1, tp ':i 11, r 1 w.
V. U. (luft, sw qr see IT, ti 2.! 11, r 2 w.
.lames I,, .Stephen-, SI), nw iir see, .,
tp '.'.'. n. rl w.
.lames I.. Stpspus, up qr see 31, Ip ss n.
I 1 w.
Win. MeNceley. 0 hf, nw ir nnd lots 1
and 3 sec IS. tp'.3 11. r 1 w.
F. W. Itnclmller, nw qrsec3'.' tp2(i 11, r
liivnjilciif II. It.tclipllpr, .e qr sec JK.', tp
20 11, r 2 f.
Win. II. McCoy, w qr sec IS, tp 21, 1
()eav T.t) lor, nu qr sec :u, tp 2rt, r 2 c.
Hiilph smith, swqr sees, tp'Jl.i 1 w.
Xoth 1,. Smith, so qr o 2, Ip 21, r 1 w.
.laequps Subllin, no qr sec 22, tp 2fl, r
Lew UU nMen. sw qr -(e ft tp 2f, r 2 w,
.1. X. Alkens, iu qr see in, tp VI, r2 w. I
Win. J. Taylor, 110 qr. scens, tp22, r 1 w. I
Harvey ltaltil, nw qr vc ns, tp20, rl w. 1
Will Korn, no qr ec 29 tp W r ,..
Oeorgn W. Aikln. sw (i- (.e tp o r
2 TV. I
FrancN 1). Wall, sw qr ec 2, Ip 2C, 1
.1. II. Mollis, nw qi see 2. Ii2ji, i2c,
Stephen A. Alkins npip. re it, Ip 2.1. 1
r 1 w. I
William K. Ilnikln, nw qrpca, tp21,
.'uMi"u A-mHumr H, ,)r (.r''JJ."l"pJfJprevalent than is goners
" ' w
Ml I j. Tot, 110 qr pc 2T. tp 21. r 1 w.
N. .1. lMwanln, up (r?pc jjj, tp'.v,, 1 ,..
(JiHirge K. P.nnow. nw qt ec 2t, tp 2fi,
1 .' p.
Carl S, Craig, o hf cp- nnd lots :i and
1, x-c U, I p 2',) r3 p.
''Ood Savo tho Queen
icarly twenty languages.
Sixty-six per cent of the Inhabitants
of Milwaukee are (iermaiis.
It would require 1 .'.000 cholera
microbes to form a procession an inch
It is estimated that 1,700,000 qare
miles of the earth's surface are still
uninhabited or ownerless
A Texan has invented a device which
will couplo airhrikes by steam or
There Is a natural fountain In
Dauphluy, France, which omits an
infinmuinblc gas after every rain.
The smallest tree in Orent llritnln
grows on the summit of lien Lomond.
It is tho dwarf willow, which is
mature when it attains the height of
Your Chinese Immigrant Is nn
insidious eusj. Some weeks ago the
Hrltish steamer Danube reached Port
land with .'.03 Celestials Dvory
mother's son of them Is now on shore.
Kliner Jninos of Philadelphia tied
slnker.s to his fHfc bsfore jumping
ov. board from a yacht nt Atlantic
City, N .1. Ho also hold tho captain
at bay with a razar, as he was bound
to shulllo off,
Mr, IMward Connolly of llirmin?
ham, Ala., has a curious Irish potato
that ho raised in the I. ikevlew gar
den The center potato Is surrounded
by sevon smaller onc.s. It is a family
potato, and all the mambers of the
fninl'y are united by ties of sap. It U
a multiplication of thu Sinineic twins.
Sir. Connelly sco in this uni. in potato
a propheoy of tho su.-jess of home
rule in Ireland.
An ingenious chu-koii raisor lives
ti nn i ftltnit Wncli I lit w i l.nl.
to tho vei-gc of ruin by largo quantl-
ties of biiakdi that mig.-atel to his
neighboihood and suallowe t his o-gs '
nud his chickens, and tri- 1 man v plans i
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u i j; nun iu uispai-su iqe loonies ami I
liiau two or thre weeks a'o. and ho
bought a big lot of x reel .ui nest
egg laud scattered thorn .-omis:u-ousl7over
his prmnt&ss. J lie snakes
were ruiarvuloHsJj' fooled, ami havo
been snvallowiug then with avidity !
and tvIIUi lata I r. alt, v.. since. It
Is assumWl b . .ue of indigestion,
though if iv i. 1 1 i Ti a
The lafgei nnu u.it complete sto U
I hoot I .in l n l s. Uool snppl v
tr i. oa . I I ! .
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We arc heaclduartcrs for Strip Outfits.
We have the largest stock of
Jeans Pants and Overal
SUITS, ! PMS
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Vc make you lower
be they fakers or otherwise.
and see us for the best goods
MSN AND WOMEN.
He sure to take your religion with i
you when you travel.
Twenty-two letters of the Ikig'ish
alphabet aie not in order.
A medical journal siys that arsenic
eating for the complexion is more
rrluTTuurt - r.'l'.o hnjyis n
nil growls ev
ery time his wifo wants a llttlo money,
very often buries her in a rosewood
A woman in Allentown, Pa , is ro
portcil to havo been shot nt threu
times, and each thus her life was
saved by her corset.
A n!nety-s,Ix-year-old wanderer
found in the streets of Pittsburg
other day and was returned to
county home, from whence ho
Mrs Jennie Norlhcn, of Prln-eon,
Ky , died recently from her lirt at
tack of measles, leaving u daughter
aged 00. Mrs. Northern's icputed age
, was 110 years.
Two brothers who had not seen each
other for twenty years met on
1 adjacent cots in a Maine general
hospital ward the other day. It was
a touching surprise
i A tablespoonful of strong coffee put
iu tho gravy of molted butter, peppsr
' : nd salt to bo poured over beefsteak,
1 Imparts a delicious llavor to gravy ami
I meat. It makes lha gravy a rich
A carelossly kept coffea pot will im
part a rank llavor to tho strongest in
fusion of the best .luv.i. Wash tho
cotfee pot thoroughly every day, and
. twice a week boil borax water in it
for fifteen minutes.
! Micn there was so much talk about
the "sun invth" as the origin of many
, fabls and stories H.iyard Taylor de
clared that it accounted for tho com
monness of tho name of Smith. 'Sun
myth. Siiinyth, .Smyth. Smith, nnd
some still spell the name with a y,"
l)r. ijoliqcs says the lump qf a man's,
life has tlpreo wicks brain, bloqd and
breath and to turn down aqy qao qf
them makes the other two go out.
Hicathc pure air, eat considerately
and give tho mind its quantum of
recreation And that's the best pre
scription the genial dostor ever gave,
though it is "freo gratis for nothing."
LIGHT AND LIVELY.
Tho IcSst CI,lneso raxors nro inailo of
A lrler i-l Hrooklyn gives a "fret,
s,inc with pverjr s,,avc-"
lnM nr.,,,1), nf H,., l!rr..r. .ll I.
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pousmcrcii tq inaicatu goou neaitl).
4 wave-pqwer nptor has bean in
vented by Josepl Serb of San ('Van?
Pigeons wero employe I in the mail
6ervicc iu Ilililo times. They acted as
letter-carriers when Joshua invaded
The railway system of Italy is
owned chiefly by the government ami
is operated by privato eorapinlos
under a lease.
'King Solomon's M lM, n
n .t..t . i ,"
nrm i ers
prices on a better quality of goods than any outfit i.i the city,
We handle none but the best goods, manufactured. Come
for the least money
iSra. n R & FT? El 5& Kv D t?s,JsK
ae M Q U ti fesan T& U 1 EhS g
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Iron, Steel, s
37K253' SHOE" S
112 OuSalioiiia Ave.
llKO. A. MCTCAl.P, Plcldi !'.
Capital fully paid, : : : :
Undivided profits, : : :
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
5 3t2 SS, $?
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 lo 3 p.
r North of Harrison
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71! j r-i .
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on Second Stroot.
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