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Olflciu! County Popor.
l.ll.V mill HOLLY WMdHT
IMItor nnd l'rftprlplors.
COIN'S 1'I.VAM'IAIi M'HOOL.
W. II. 1IAKYKV.
CojiyrlihtMl lu IfOI, by Cols I'uitwiiM CM
VOU.Va .SCOTT RETIinNS.
Vomit; Scott vus torn entering the
room; lm was Dairying in lila Land a
luml.. Ilu stopped utid niltlrcssitl (?01N,
Mi)ini: Hist lio wished to apologize for
liis ruiiduel, and was I'tuv Iimo to stny
ir permitted tu do .so.
Coin told him that so long as lie ac
cord! to others tho right lu eiitermin
iorri difletent from his, his ii.unn
would hu kept mi the rt'll m a gliiuVnt
at the "Financial School."
Thereupon Mr. Seoll said: " I am
io formed that you have stated that &il
er was the unit or value prior to IS?!!;
that this unit was composed of JttU
trains of pure tilvcr nr -II grains of
.standard mIict. Ninv I want to know
if it is ool h fact tlut hot., gold and til
er at that time were each the unit in
its own uicn-turciueni? And that we
had a doublu uie.tsuu'iuent of values,
which was liable tu ncparatn and pait
company at any time' And when the
metals did separate, was not the cirect
like having two yardsticks of ditFcicnt
yClen.'jthi-? wish to e til your attention
to the statute on pae 'JKJoftliu hook
you read from where it nay.s an eagle or
tcndollnrgoId piece is ten units. Docs
not this indicate positively that a gold
nuit was nbo provided for?"'
And with t liia he Hat down looking nn
proud as n cannoneer who has just iircd
u Mhot that has had deadly effect in the
Coin had nodded when I ho prop
usition of the unit was tinted; luokcd
iiiiiuscd at tho doithlo unit proposition
udvatieed, and now replied: "Tho law I
leferred to this morning was passed April
1, 1702, and leiimined the law till 1S"!.
You will find it in my valuable Haiid
book. I now read it from fio United
"Hollars or mills, each, to be of the value
of n Spunieh milled dollar ns tho smiie U
nur currcDt, and io conlnlu three hundred
ami seventy-ono grains auI four-sixteenth
parts of n grain of pure, oi four hundred and
sixteen grains of standard silver.
"If you omit Hie words referring to the
Spanish milled dollar. it will then read;
'Dollars or uuitn, each to contain 371
grajns and -1-1G parts of a graiu of puro
"This is tho statute th it fixed the it'iit
and a the only Matutu on thoeuhject lib
we coino to ISVil.
'Now what you referred to ia this.
it is iti bvction !), and rends as follows:
"ljiglcs each to be tlm falue of ten ilol
lars or units,"
"And on the ratio of lii to 1, fixed in
the name act, (his mado au eagle contain
2 17 grains of pure gold, or 270 grains of
fitandard gold. Voti will observe that
tho law doen not my, as you stated, t'':t
an 'Kagle tr teu dollar ! d piece is ten
uniis.' It sayn, 'Of tho value of ten doU
hirs or units.' In other words, n ten
dollar gold piero fhall bo of tho valuo of
ten silver dollard.
"Or to siato it in another way: Ah
the law lixed 1171 1 grains of puro silver
ns n unit, the quantity of gold in a gold
dollar would be regulated by tho ratio
fixed f i om tiuio to time.
"Now," addressing Mr. Scott, "if I
have not read your law right, I want you
to say so. This is the place to settle all
questions of fact. Your law does not
hay a gold piece has so many tiuits in it,
but iutitrad of that, it docs say, the gold
pieces are to be iT the valuo of so tunny
The oung journalist from Washing
ton etri-ct had not seen tho distinction,
nnd had jumpeJ at conclusions. When
lie did see the hole he was in, ho leaned
over to Kvaus of the Economist, who cat
. tn'xt ti. htm, and asked him to help him
out. Evans thought he had mastered
the subject of political ceonomj several
j cars ago, und hid named his piper " The
JZcoiioMiit," He found now, that hu
had not gone very deep into tho subject.
His text-books had been the Tribune,
JTerulJ, Jlecord and Journal. Ho did
not know that they, too, were getting
their information in about the Mine way.
So now when his friend Scott was in
trouble, he sympathized with him. Hut
ho could not help him, and was seen to
bhalo his head. Scott sat silently in
"You will observe," continued Coin,
"That the law in fhing a dollar or unit
j docs uot ay, as in tho ciso of gol J, that
it shall be of the value of 37 1 1 grains of
.:l... t... .1... .1.- .1-11. . ..!.
rii.vf, mm. ...mv ..iv uuiim it Ullib ti aj ( .
mlvei Rod iu quantity uliould Le 371 1
iraiun. The aiioant of alloy added to
Ihi.fjuuntityofpuro rilver wa, after-
ward clunged, but thii aiaouot of pure
nlvcr, Hvl t jraitu, bus (Ivrftyi r mmiccd
rrtsr,XHg' "--JiF-rr.r.ifnf rrniBii
DO YOU RIDB
'ITie grandest outdoor sport is cycling , the best bUyc.Ii: h a Victor,
made in the largest and finest bicycle plant in the world.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Molten of Victor Bicycles aaJ Athletic OuoJj.
tho same and was the unit of value un
A bright looking kid was now seen
standing on a chair in the hack part of
the roovi holding up his hand and crack
ing his linger and thumb. Ho was
asked What ho wanted and said.
"t want to know what u uicitit by
Coin then explained that this meant
with the government a tandnrl r"'e fr
mixing alloy with silver and gold. And
when no mixed is called standard silver
or htandard gold, l'eforo it is mixed
with tho alloy it is cilled pure Btlver or
puro gold. The standard of both gold
una silver is tuch that by 1,000 parts by
weight, 000 shall ho of puro tnytal, and
100 of alloy. Tho alloy o1' silver coins
is copper. In gold coins it is cupper
and silver, but the Mlver shall in no ca60
exceed one-tenth of tho whole alloy.
Standard silver and ntundaid gold is the
inctal when mixjd with its al!oj
"I now think wo understand," said
Coin, "what the unit of value was prior
to 18711. We had the silver dollar ns
the unit. And no lad both gold and
silver us money walking arm in arm into
tho United States mints.
"We now come to the net of 18715,"
continued Coin. "On February 12,
1S7U, CongreM passsd an net purporting
to bo a revision of the coinage laws.
This law covers 15 pages of our statutes
It repealed tho uuit clause iu the law of
1702, and in its placo substituted a law
iu thu following lauguagc;
"That tho Riild coins of tho United States
slin.ll bo n one-rklliir piece which at the
standard weight of twenty-live anl eight
tenths grains elmll be t lie unit of value."
"It then depiivcd silver of its light to
unrestricted lroo coiungo, and destroyed
it ns legal tender money in tho payment
of debts, except to tho amount of fivo
'At that times wo weie all using paper
money. No one w.is handling silver
and gold coins. It was when specio
payments were, about to bo returned that
tho country upp'-ared to lealizo what had
been nu. Tho newspapers on the
illuming of l'Ybiu.iry K5, 18715, and ut
no time in tho vicinity of that poiiod,
had any account of the change. (Jen
cral Grant, who was I'icsiduiit of the
United Slates ut that liui'i, suid after
ward', that he had no idea of it, and
would not have signed ttie hill if ho lunl
known th.it it demonetized silver.
"In tin language of Suiutor Daniel of
Virginia, it seems to havu gono through
Congress 'like the silent tiead of u cat.'
"Au army of a hall million of men
invading our shores, the warships of tho
world hoinbirditig our coasts, could not
havu made us surrender the money of
the people and substitute in its pi ico tho
money oT tho rich. A few words em
braced iu fifteen pages of statutes put
through Congress in the rush of bills
did it. Tho pun was mightier than the
"Hut wo are not hero tu deal with
seiitinieut. Wo aio heie to learn facts,
l'ljin, blunt facts.
"Tho law of 1S73 made gold the
imiiV of viiIuch. And that is the law to
day. When silver wss tho unit of vnl
ue, gold enjoyed free colimye, and was
legvl temkr in the payment of nil debts
Now things have ehai.ged. Gold is the
uuit and silver does not enjoy froo coin
age. It is refused at tho mints. Wo
might get along with gold as the iimf,
if silver enjoyed the simo light gold did
piior to 187.1 15ut that right is now
denied to silver. When silver was the
unit, tho unlimited demand fur gold
to coin into nmuoy, mado (lie demand
as great ns the supply, and this held up
tho valuuof gold bulliou."
Hero Victor V. Lawsou, Jr., of tho
Chicago Evening Xews, intcrrupte 1 tho
little financier with the statement that
his paper, the AW, had stated Iimo
and aguiu that silver had beiorue so
plentiful it had ceased tu bo a precious
umtal. And that this statement be
lieved bv him to ho ti faut had more to
do with his piejudloo to silver thai: any-
HIIUK .-.. " u l.uum IIRO IUKIIMH
ll.!.... !.... V .111 lw. n.....l.l llt'A t . !....-..
if that was not a Tact?
"ll.ere is no truth in tlio statement,"
replied COIN. "On page 21 of ray
Handbook you will find . table on tbb
subject, compiled by Mulliall. tho Loos
. don siatistician. It give the quantity
iin 1 1 f '7",trt"c',.i it " v MMlMrt'pajw!e.iww.-'i
A VICTOR P
of gold and silver in tho world both
coined and uncoined at six oiiiids at
tho w-an 1000, 1700, 1800, 1818, 1S80,
and 1S90. It shows that in lfiOO tiicre-
wcre 27 'ons of silver to ono ton of
gold. In 1700, 3t tons or silver to ono
ton of gold. In 1800, 32 tons of silver
to one ton of gold. In 1818, 151 tons
of silver to ono ton of gold. In 1S80,
18 tons or silver to ono ton of gold.
In 1500, IS tons of silver to ono ton of
"Tho United Stales is producing mors
silver tbaii it ever did, or was until re
cently, ltut the balance of tho woild is
producing much les. Thcv are fixing
the price on our silver nnd taking it
away fiom us, at their price. Tho io
poit of the Director of tho Mint shows
that sineo 1S30 tho world has produced
le-s silver than gold, while during tho
fust fifty years of the century tho world
oroduced 78 per cent more silv;r than
gold. Instead of becoming moro plen
tiful, it is less plentiful. So it is less
instead of more.
'Any cue can get tlm official statistics
by writing to the treasurer at Washing
ton, and asking for his official hook of
stilistics. Also write to tho Director of
tho Mint and ask him for his report.
Il you get 1 0 answer write to your con
uresiman. Theso books aro furnished
frcu nnd you will get them.
"At tho time tho United States de
monetized silver in February, 187-5,
silver as measured io gold was worth
SI. 02. Tho argument of depreciated
silver could not then bo mado. Not
ono of tho arguments that are now made
ugainU silver was tlicn possible. Jiicy
arc all 1 ho bastard children of the crime
"It was demonetized tccretly, and
since then a powerful money trust has
ued deception and misrepresentations
that Lave- led tens of thousauds of lion
fits minds astray."
William Henry Smith Jr., of the
Associated I'ics3, wanted to know if the
size of tho gold dollar was cv-sr changed
moro than tho ono timo mentioned vy
Coin, viz., o 1S3I.
"Y.s," said Coin. "In 1837 it was
changed from 23.2 to 23.22. This
change of two oiio-hundicdths was for
convenienco in calculation, but the
change was mado in tho gold coin nev
er in the silver dollar (tho unit) till
Piomour regular corrc-pondout.
Washington, U. C, June 11. 1S0.".
Judge Judson Harmon, of Ohio, has been
appointed Attorney General to succeed
Uiclnrd J. (Jlucy, of Massachusetts, who has
been named as Secretary of Stnto to succeed
the Ute Judge W. Q. Orcshatn, Hoth of
these eclectious nro favornbly leguided. In
llie iiipoinliiiiit of Judge Harmon Cincinnati
lull n peculiar local pride ns it preserves the
BOtpienco of a uiiiiibcr of important judictil
scleutioiH that lmo been uiude from the bar
oftliatcily. Judgo Huuioh'h appointment
will prove a decidedly populir act on the
put of tho President, and is regarded ns
strong evidence ot his judgment and dis
crimination of men.
A cablo dispatch from Guayaquil sajs Gen.
Eloy Alfuo has been pioulaimed l'rowsioiul
I'lesldcnt of Ucuadoi, nliuougli ho has not
3 el unit td 011 Kcuadorctii soil, from uliicti
he Iius bevii mi exile tur tho lust leu jcura.
A (special ditpalcli from Shauglii says tbat.
it is rtlmost certain mat a massacic 01 an me
persons connected tyilli the I'nglish, French
and Ameitcau missions at Chengtii has oc
curred. Neither men, women nor children
hae lx.ro spnieJ, nccordinjt t the lepoit
It is adniilltd tbat leleruint Imc been 111
terceited by the government, the object being
to conceit the news ot the masicro. A
rieuch gunboat iu eu route to Vm Cluing to
mC3tiguie lliu repoit. All the whiles liavo
left Chung l'u aud Si 1 lu ni.d Luchou i.re
A dclivuion of leu gcntleuion fiom Atlanta,
Gn have lcccutly been in the city lo tender
to tho President an invitation to attend tho
Ooltou States lutcniiliou.il Imposition.
'lho'uduiiuistrntian lias decided that a
United States vessel ef war should be sent to
Key West lor tho purpose of oo-opcraling
wtlh the reonuu cutters in watching tor fili
bustering expeditious leaving that and other
places in rlnridii to aid iho Cub iu insurgents.
Tins deflisiou was reached the early part of
Ibis week. Just beforo .Secretary Herbcit's
tlcpartuiu fur Altbaua. and ho concluded
that the "ItalolgU" bhould be used tor the
purpose, ll is probable thai before many
days thu rcssel will bo on hoi way to Key
Ki-fiecrctary Whitney declares he will not
bo a presidential eviJid tto. The auuouncs
nient ruakes a great deal of t ilk.
Ills generally believed that his withdrawal
will help the candidacy of Secretary C.iihs'e,
who will also have Iho uuppoit of the ad.
ministration. Vicc-1'residtul Sloensou's ui
knee oinburisios his friends and alnilrers.
Tliis Hssertion by Mr Whituey is by all man-
uer of uiivuis Iho most Interesting that has
been mado fur tom time. It is not, however,
accepted In Washington witiioit siviiui.
Although we hear a crrat deal about the
tiher csudidaiM aud the democratic candl
il iles, yet there is very Utile talk at present
ooncerniug the republicans. When there
is a veil of silence hi any lime In a party it
i ,tworV ou lhe uJie aud w, j,,. (06 be
' looked out for.
L. ,1 ..A .1 ..! .... !.. tt t ., ...nf !
"J, Sle a!' I "
ttatlon to deliver speech on the financial
lucstion in that city at nn early day to be
pamrd by the Secretary.
nao W new, mmtmv upw iq
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And Has the Largest Circulation.
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-.l! It hM so nethlnp of Intcretttn each member cf the family. !L,
ggn ITS VOimi'S UCPAKTMENT Is the very best oi IU kind. rJF
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nbl:tt discussions on alt live political topics. It also cUes them TUB NU'.VS OH
IT ISJ A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER.
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CtiSTEROP ALL WU3T OF TUB ALLEOHANY MOUNTAINS, AND IS BUT! LR
ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP THU PEOPLE OP THAT SECTION THAN ANY
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LAR PER YEAR, address THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
Also carry i stock of Notions, Furnishings, etc. '
tSj"Call and examine my goods and get my
pi ices. Satisiaction guaranteed.
L. F. SHAW,
Beaver, Ok! a.
cl Imitation trada
rasrk aad labels.
is the whole story
1 in packages.
Kids only Tjy CHDaar & CO., Hew
VTrtte for Aria sad Hammer Boot; of ralnnlilo IZcclpsa-JPilCC
Locale on and cultivate the RICH, and PRO-
1 DUCTIVE lands of the
cimarron rivers, and their numerous tributaries.
No finer lands for Agricultural and Stock Purposes
can be found in the Great South-west.
Lands can be had in ,small or large tracts at low
As good land as can be found anywhere can yet be
homesteaded, for the cost of filing and final proof,
being all told not to exceed $25.00.
Stop and Think a Moment.
A Good Home where you can have all the advan
tages of the older settled countries, (where government
land can not be had,) and where you can obtain wealth
in the healthiest country on earth for the small sum of
$25.00. for 160 acres.
Do not take our word for it. Come and see for
yourself, examine the Lands, sec the Products of the
Soil, our Advantages, mingle with the people and
judge for yourself.
Beaver the county-seat ol the largest county in the
South-west (beir.g34.j4 miles wide by 168 miles long)
will ultimately make it an important business point.
Come to Beaver and be convinced.
For full and reliable information Address
, Beaver HERALD
Beaver, O. T.
SS.00 per ycr.r
Inter Oceania .00
.1 . . .. i.
m Ik Mb m
cuius uu mere man oincrpr.ctijcsccu -nevirspoiis ,'
flour universally ackuovUdgcd purest ia tlsc world. 1
York. Sola Vy grocers everywhere.
valleys ot- the Beaver and
I mmjju JiaLwiitWMfgyqrrgBtfgqge
U. S. Xsa Orijce,
Woomt Allf,0 T
tin iinmi-K tho followlnn "hmiim to yroro
lilscontluuotuield''nco upon mid cuUlva.
tlon of, Mild land, r:
Judson VonEvrry, '
fTIl.l II. 1 . KMlUtl'
Mil ill, tii in...., ' ,
Judson VnnEvrry, Krnk .1 .Ulrdfftll, or
I'n.l.i .1 I Sm.ifl.' II WCIU. JOIUl I.
ritaulry, ori)lUi-rws, O T
Anv r.eron nhpilMliei Io protest nKiliit
the alliance o" fa U proof .or ... '
any aulMtantUt rcn-0.1, mi lor tho In "
th resjulHllons of tl.o Interior I''I,nr'"1 (
why such proor should not l""
boKlonnuopHirtnnlty nl H" ""' j "'.V.
tloncd lime and plnoo 10 cro oxnmlno tho
Itnews of , aid claimant, nnil to oil.-r l
Uoiico In rebuttal ot tuut submitted by claim
unt. Wii.sotf M. Hammopk,
U. H. LA?PriC
Notice Is hereby given that tho roUowInjf
named settler has Hied notice of his Inten
tion to miikc tlnal lror In Mipport of hit
claim, anl that said proof will iw madn b
inrn m ii rt T)..mttv nl.trirt flnrk Hi Jleav-
or O. T ' on Jnlv IU. IIW. l. William Wool
jr O.T.,on.lulyW, fim. Ir.. William
?rv, forlheh w'iofSccS.Twp. S u, or
Ho names tnefollnwliiK illnesses to prmo
his continuous residence upon and cultnatlou
of, saldland, 1U
IMwardK rVliftri David K )ctlon,.Ioseph
llryson, Allen linker, a 1 or Heaver, O T.
AnypetKon ho desires to protect ncalnft
the ullowunco of sueli proof, or w ho knuws of
any subtnntlal rensou, under tho law and
tlio remiliilloiik of tlio Interior Department.
vih such proof should not Iw ullowed, will
be clvcn an opportunity at the above men
tioned time and place to cros examine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to otror evi
dence In rebuttal of that submitted by claim
ant. AVii.soN M. Hammock,
5D -, Iteglstcr.
.NOTICE IOK rUULICATIOH.
U. S. Land Orritjc.
WootiWAim, O, T,
May 27, liflj.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the following
nam. d settler has filed notice of hor Inten
tion to mako final proof lu support of her
claim, and that said proof will be made before
H. 11. W'ler, Doputr Clerk of tho District Court,
atllcaer. O T dn.Inlv 18, 180-., viz leath
er 11a Kmebt-r lor tlicS KIJ of Seo 20, Twp. 1
n of It 27 K CM
Hho names tho following witnesses topravo
hercontliiuons rsldetico upon nud culilvn
tlon of, aild land, viz:
V W Hanks, H I). Stevens, Denver Har
desty, J. 1 Ik) veil , of 1 vauliu c, O. T
Any person who desires to protest against
thcallownncA of such tiroof. or who knows ol
any substantial reason, under the luw nnd
the roxulatlons of thp Interior Department,
why such pioof should not be allowed, will
boiilvennuopportuniiy at the nbovo men
tioned time and plncH to cross examine the
witnesses of said olnnniint, nnd to iller cl
denielu rebuttal of that submitted oy claim-
Wir.-o M II MIMOOK,
20 a"i iteglstcr.
Notice lor Publication.
Woodward, O T.
May 27, 1st.,
Nollce Is hereby clven that the follow
ing namt-il sittler has tiled notice ot his
Intention to makcllnal proof In 6npi")rl of his
claim, and that satd proor will bo madu before
H II. Weir Deputy i)itriet Clerk, at lleavi r,
O T , on July I2ih.lffli.viz Jlenry Kroeker
fortbe X KK of Sec 20, Twp 1 n of Jtange S7,
r. O M
He names the following wltnosK'S to prove
ir. i.-iubiuuiius rjnueuco iiiioannucuiliraiiou
or, snld land, iz
C. W. ll.mks. II. 1). Steven, Denver Hardest-,
J. I I.ovcll, orlvanlioo, O.T.
Any poison nlindeklres to protest Hgnlntt
tho allowance ofhuch proof, or who knows of
any fiibstnutlal rciMon, under the law and
the jcRUlntlons or the Inteilor Department,
why Mich proof should not ho allowed, will
ub Kivtuuu upiKiriuiuty ol me noove men
tioned time nnd place to cross examine the
witnesses of said claimant, and to oiler evi
dence in lebuttal of that submitted by claim
ant. Wilson M IIammock
20 23 Register
CONSOLIDATED NOTICE FOIl
t . S. Land Office, Woodwind O. T.
31 aj 27, IPC
Notice Is hereby K ven that the following
named acttliriliavo filed notiio or tneir In
tention lo make llual proor lu support of tbelr
claims, and that said prorii will bo made be
ruiol'arter Ir.iiy l'robate .!ude In uud tor
Heaver County O. T. HtJlc.iverO. T on lath,
.luly, IR'JJ, vU Thomas A Iluchanau II Ji
So. 20 for tho K), S I4 Hec 1 1, and 1 N V.
sec .'IS, Tp 1 , u or II Sn 3 C 31 .
viz. John lluchananll K No WiTor tho VH
S K 4 Seo 1 1, and W JJ N V.)i bee 23, l-p 1 , n ol
They name the lollowlnx witnesfeito ptovo
their continuous residence upon aud cultivat
ion of, said lands, viz-
lrank Wentworth of Venus, O T. Juiiirs i,.
I.oi ell, Charles. W Banks, John Morlaud, of
Ivunl'oe. O T
Any person who desires to piolest against
the allowance ofsuch proof, or who knows of
nny substantial mason, tinder thu law and
the regulations of the Interior Department,
lvli) ktieli proof should not bo allowvd, will
be nlvennn opportunity at the nbovo men
tioned time and plucoto cioss examine the
wllnesscH of said claimant, and to otter ovl
demo lu rebuttal of that submitted by claim
ant. W, 31. 11 iMOLh, IiCjUter.
CONSOLIDATED NOTICE FCH
U B Land Oiiiee
nay 27th. J8.T,
Notieo Is hereby clven that the following
nnmed f ettler have tiled notlco of tlieirlnteu
tlon to mako tlnal proof In snpport of their
claims, end that said proit will boniiuie be
foro Carter Tracy l'rob-iie .TiicIri In nnd for
Heaver County O T , at Heaver O. T. on 19th,
or.ruly, UV, viz Joseph tiwdiua 11 V. no. 211
for theH KVf S W'4 sec 7, and IitR I and 28hd
K)j N Wa &eo is. Tp I n of R-2S H C M.
viz James D Innls HEno 157 for the
N W4 or Jicc 111, Tp b, n or II 2S 15 C il.
viz Alexander Ilrown H K no. :;1 for the
N i: and h'; H KH, and S KK b WW f-ec 25,
Tp t, N of It 27 i: O M
Theynamothe following witnesses to prove
their continuous residence upon and cultivat
ion of, said land, viz:
Alexander Ilrown. .fames n. Innls, Joseph
niiidmu, James '. Urasliam of (late (). T.,
l'red C. Traey or Heavor, O. T.
Any person who desires to piotcst npalntt
the allowaiuft ofsuch proof.or who kuowk of
nny substantial lemon, under the law and
the reuulHtloiu of the Interior Department,
why such proof should not he allowed, will
DA clven an IHinnrllinll V nt tlm nhnvn nioti.
I llonnl time nud ploco to cross examine the
iiiiexniiisai.i ciniinaut, and loftier evi
dence Hi rebuttal of that submitted by claim
unt. , . Wimos M. IIammook,
U. S. Land OUlce, Woodward O. T.
June 1st, 1803.
Notlco Is hereby given that the follow nc
named settler bat Ul.il notice of his Intention to
mkBfi?.Hll'roo; in support of bis claim, nnd
tbat said proof will bo nwdc before Carter
iracy, l'robate Judge ol licavereouuty. O. T.
.lphulIuntiiKno Ul fortl.e Sh S K and
hil'Sin"" ,he ,ol,l?wlS wilnessei to prove
of" Jiul land" JfldM,C0 UP" aUlt cnlUTBtloi
oiri, Jacob ilties,uf Cline, O T
tiryi,,er'011 wl'0lclri' toprotcsf nenlnst
Hie regulation, of the nt"r or DeDuninJm
belv'-i'1' l,r,h"M not be &7Si
tinned MmeZT,UnUr ai ",e "Wnll.il!
wlinwiljyilf ii1 pi,ucn '" ca Quinine the
.iili. ";" ,kaIJ claimant, and to cjier nit.
dm8in rebuttal of that submitted by cla"oi:
20 S'i (
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S-otlcp Is hereby .""""" "V" . ..? r.prirnc,ir.i)BiediHi?,.ollleHT,reon.,r
rtthtiiM !"? "". e : ;'."- r,d " ,T,' ', W'u.li.K.iW. . Tui'
make final ptjoi inH,",,,",,",'i..; i"r r '''""" " "'m ,ur Ba no 13 nrf
it "id ?.?o."f .will bo .made btrorj- Lart.-r j,kk nKMKjcll.mi.1 NH' mv, sSsi.
racy. Probate Jndgroi ;" ","-?- juiBnpama
aur. O. T , on 1J;'W 's.'s wunnd Vli Oanrso w , t oriK. or tlm J, 8EU ami
iWN.sVcUandri ' B5f Kl &e. W 8WM Brew, li;.;.n nS&E cll,na
tin. 11 H t M .. x,l7 ww u luiiuwiiiK'njincOilIn Drm
CONSOLIDATED v0Tl(,n ro,.
Lnd OOleent Woodnnnl, o T Jun-14 !
101IcoS?.l,erc.,,v Klrcn that tho followlr,
tinmpd si-tt'CMliaTo Wed notice of ihpir ,J
l.-Mv.v... v ...-.-- ...... , tVyjt j, uiMHIlt nf fl.l.
snlil proof will bo mado Urr.
. ..fl.... r ..I.I i.k.i ..t. r vul"
unon uini ...ii
1 iiiii.ii ui run. inuu) ...
nsel Qrovv, Lewis I' Plmw, Uoavcr, O T
Jesa; Perkins, Win.S.rtoUtlieri! lleulun, o'.'r'
Any person inf desires (o protest aealnst
tfio allowance of such proof, or who knows ol
in MibulHtittnl lenHon, uuilerlhe law acd
ilia regulation of tin Intoilnr Department.
n ti mieh protf should not ba allowed, ulll
oe,lvenniiopporuinliy at tho uljove met
Honed lime and place to iroii oxomlne the
ltnceslr'laldclflllnant, and to oiler evl
lencalurcb.iltal of that submitted by claim.
U3 27 Wilson M. Hammock, Itcglstcr
NOTICE TOE riIBMCATIO.
U. 8. LANJ) 0tr!!.
WoonwAiin, o T
Juno 3rd, Hai
Nollco Is hereby Rlyen that tlic follonlnr
named settler bus filed notice of lilslutmt
Ion to mako final proof In (upport of ids
claim, and that said pi oof a 111 lo niadd befuio
'K H SW M Slc7 Twp 1 n K l!:i K O 31
Ho names Iho following witnesses to 1 royo
his continuous lo'l Ucntunpon and cultlvatloa
ot, satd land, iz.
Itobert M Overstrret, Kobdit MnKarlan
Wllllum Wookij.Johu K Ceorge, cflleartr,
Any pel ton who desires to protest ngntntt
the allowance of such pioof, or who knuwsof
nny Bubslniitlal riason, under tlio lnw and
ft ni. 7a ft:.; jwjni. . in, ,d u liin.i nm
!! reuiaiions en m uiiurim iici.irinu'm,
why sueli proof should not tie allowed, will
be t:lMi an opportunity at the nbovc men.
tinned lime and place to cross examine the
w llni ses of sild claimant, aud to offer e.
deiuclu rebuttal of that submitted by claim,
W 31 HAMMOCK,
KOUCE rOK l'UIIHCATION.
3tay at, K.3.
Notice Is hieby irlVfn that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to mako final proof In support of his
ilaim, and that satd proof will bo made beforo
8. I J. Weir, Deputy Clerk of tlio District Court,
at Ueaier, O. T . ou .Inly Mb, 1RS1, viz: Htu
Ty A Montgomery, II K 110 7 for the sojf
of seo M, twp :( n, ofltange 2."i V U 31,
He names the follow lug wllncscs to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz;
Ilenjamln I). I'owlcr, I.vinan if. Sav?e, of
llenton, O. I'., .Inmes II. 1.1 11 ley, A, b. DlcUoa
ol lle.ivei, O. T
uieir oonuniiQiis rsiupnca
n. i). ti ler, jtiuij jfei.iitv yjtrii, ui iiear
(1 T. 011 .liny aoth, ls:n, viz; Vrank i'
LnglMi 11 ENo 3for Iho 81. , NE '. ami
v r ,
Any poson who dnslres to protest agalntt 4'
the allowance ofsuch proof, or who knows ol IV
unv ailhifnnfltit rnmnn iiii.Ia. tlm lati. .rt4 "a
""rf .. .... ....H. ..... UU, UUU. . ...U ,.. ..,.,
ine reituiaiions or tne interior Department,
whj suc'ji proof should aot be allowsd, will
be tlv en au opportunity at the above men
tioned time and place to cross examine the
witnesses ofaalil claimant, and to offer evi
dence lu rebuttul of that submitted by claim
ant. WtLsox3f. Hammock,
Torritory of Oltlalmmtl
County of Beaver. J
lly Tlrlna of Tux Wan ants and Tav Lists
No. ti aud 10 lor year H'.3 and Is'l-J, Issued
t ms by the County Treasurer of Heav
er csuntv, Oklahoma Turrltory, I have levied
upon and taken tlio lolloMltn: desirilail pcr
Bonal property of ItcnJ ti hoist in, which I will
sell nl public auction to tile hlstiest blddtr.
for cash in hand, at the Stoddsid
pi ico on the Kiowa. ono mile
westofl.ockwoi d, in sold county, on thi- First
day ol .Inly, 185, bet ten the hjnis of 10 A Jl
and 4 1' M. vizi
liUOblohclsof wheat, or as much aswlllbo
necessary to callsly lhe above Tav Warrants
ami costs and ocenrluK costs on nine,
Dated this 17th day of June, lS-O.
V. I. Hkaly, 8herlfr.
2323 A. N. Houe, Deputy.
Notice is hereby given that on tho 1th day
of March A D. ISO."), ut tho regular March
term of the l'robate Court in nnd for lleiver
county, Oklahoma Territory, the undcrsigncii
James I. llenson, wat appointed adminis
trator of the estate of W.H.Jay, deceased,
late of said JCounly and Tcnitoiy. And all
persons having claims against said cattle
nro hereby nolilied to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers to ne al my residence at
Hansford, Hansford county, Texas, or to tny
agent ns administrator, hereinafter named,
within four months from the 7lli day of
March A. D. 1.S9.J, or tho same will bo for
ever barred. S
And notice is further given that I havo
constituted aud appointed James C, William
son of Heaver, Reaver county, Oklahoma
'lcrrilnry, my tigcm as such administrator,
and have stipulated and agreed that service
of any legal pi ocess against me as adminis
trator if tuado on said.ngsnt shall bo) of the
same legal tiled as if made on me personally
within this lerritory.
Attest James I, ileiison Administrator.
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("t ,.l it non"y, time and
p.ttcncc; anl tint h v. food deal,
tlic:t yo-.i jiauso t3 tutnk of it.
Live dcs.'.u'.j wanted v.icr; rg ard
WHITE 3EWIKG MACHIHE CO.,
f ItM LAN'D, Oil! .
i4 bUKIS Wlttltl All llbrullS . fS
fgA Best Cuuiih tijruii. 1u.tus Oowl use rci
iTjl Initoiti. Snld br dja.iviw. l?L.