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UNGSTON CITY MOULD.
OKLAHOMA AM) IX III AX TKfkttrTOItr
XIMare skipped thirteen cars a)f hay
eec day last '.
The supreme ctrart of Oklahoma ha
-adjKrarned to met February 19,
A new Choctaw railroad depot In
Oklahoma county wll coat SJ,Xi
y dollar In gold ha Wn placed
in a nafc la Oklanoraa for premlume.
There ha not been a single disas
trous prairie fire in Oklahoma o far
A thief In KlngCabrr county tte a
two-gallon can of tero-e. He imi
probably figuring tm a bl-6wout.
The nearest railroad to Mtnam,
the cminty-eal tit Orrcr county. Is at
Qttanah, Texas, fifty miles away.
With Oklahoma and the Indian Ter
ritory in one. it wl.l be the richest
Ute erer admitted to the onion.
Hill Doolin himself probably wishes
that that ratnor in rrgard to his being
paid for being captured was trne.
Thr finest bridge trrrr ereetol in
the west b now being built arrrM the
'laarron at i'nrccll by tlie .Santa IV.
It i charged that Jssillc MMk,
rhile in Washington, trird lo ahake
,'and with a bronze statue of Andrew
Tlie deputy marshals atlll keep on
arnnting whisky peddlerv They
hart,rvrt of run that fee scheme into
Inni Klynn knows hi lraainesj-.
Whenerer he introduces a bill it Is
knjwn all otct the country m "The
An Oklahoma paper states that the
prettiest girl In Ccalgate ha red hair
and a freckled face. Coalgate in erl
tlrnlly short on pretty girl.
An hx. aayatbaton account of the
real oil inspection aw the
merchants can undersell the Oklaho
ma merchants 2 cents on the gallon.
The assesws all oTer Oklahoma are
turitiK x hard time of iL Tlie people
?ho liarn't been able to fe the conn
(V comraistloners are taking it out on
bpeaker Kced, in a talk with Dele-
I J t a(e Flynn, sakl he would make no op-
:V, l-sltIon to hU free home bill, ind In
i mi ii'cufailc In tin Inibit. h -nni!
acofatiein the Ui'Jot, he would
rot for It. In consequence of the fa
rorable outlook for trrc hornet,
OVIahomans are exceedingly jubilant.
After being blown to pieces by dyn
ajrjtc thfl other Iky ut South McAles
Uf the msn'rf fragments were picked
wp, the head some 30 yards from the
inink, and the dispatches gravely said
tlmt lien the pieces were gotten to
gether, "It was found that life Mas
II. '. Smith of Union township, in
Kingfisher county, hitched a very val
uable trotting Ihu-m; ami cart in front
r.t a store at Dover Monday morning.
!. minutes later he returned to see
l rrjin driving his horse rapidly north
ward. He secured a lirery rig and
pursued, but was beaten by hi own
Two ear loads of walnut logs were
Jiippcd from I'uriell last week to
Antsverp, Helgimn, by the way of
llOrlinnii Tmwam t. s ! n & tH
tjiUbuslness, the shlprccnt being rerywrrie.rinlTI on the Hermuda W
valuable when it reaches it destlna- I Iandv Mrs. hunsby is now in Chili
tlon, where it is used in the manufae-1 and the doctor ha been In Indon
Hre of Mne furniture and tor other
A convention has been called fctTus
kahoma, the capital of the Ckoctaw
tsatlon, of all classes and partie of In
dians to meet and devise means and
formulate plan to avoid, If possible,
legislation by Cogre against their
tyibal government and, a.i forther
tiae to consider propoitSo&A ade 1r
the Dawes commission.
Those who oppose allotmeut of lands
In the Cherokee nation, have never
recognized the fact that thoe who
favor It have as much right to their
opinions as do others. Tlie fact is, a
very largo portion t the Cherokee
favor allot-zenl; indeed there are rery
few of tho leading men who, at one
time or another, have, not spoken or
written in favor of a division of the
Morgan Salvage, ex-hospital stev
nrd at Fort Keno, has gone to Wah
ington to have a bill passed rostoring
him to service. Some time ago he was
dismissed and a court marshal refused.
Later, on request of Delegate I'lyiin,
it was allowed, and Kalvuge was ac
quitted. When hu had been restored,
he was again dismissed, mid now he
wanlK relief from thu army ring
Mm, 11. I-'. I'owelson daughter of 11 re
retired merchant, obtained a divorce
Monday in 2fohla county, from her
husband, Joseph A. 1'owelson, a nliys
lulan and druggist of New York City.
Mm. IWelson claims that her hus
band refused Ut support her and she
sas compelled to go to her father for
sustenance, l'owchsou claims he and
his wife were not congenial und hence
ho did not support her.
John MacMahon of Canadian county
lias forty-five grandchildren, the
youngest of whom ho has tho pleus
uro oj seeing the reigning bcllo of
his own county.
It Is all right for thu Indians to ex
plain that their right uro conserved
by treaties, but Uncle .Sam never sign
ed a treaty authorizing tho Indians to
Mart Jiixler and Hilly llolton are In,
Florida, representing Oklahoma at
the. National 1'icss association. Hilly
declares he will wear Orange blossoms
this year if he has to gather them him
self. John Jones, a bachelor fanner living
in Xoblo county, gavo his friends a
big turkey dinner Christmas, and last
week ho wus arrested for stealing the
turkeys he hu d served that day. His
jrucsU are all witnesses against him.
Wheat In Kingfisher county Is asses
hed at 35 cents per bushel.
Just an fcoou um Iho supreme court
decide that Greer county is a pari of
Oklahoma, Governor Kcnfrow will up.
,poiat n complete set of county oWlcerii.
Tha, appointment will bo tibiae kyn.
That Is, they will from Greer
The miliury res-rvatkB of Oklaho
ma coBBty will be tarned into city
Zaeh Mulhall way t appointed to
succeed Tlx as I'nited Mate Marshal
It It now claimed that antimony ha
been divoorered in western Oklabotaa.
But tt tsay be alimony.
Hill Doolin will probably haTe to
ecaje from prison two or three times
before he Is ready for trial.
Steele, a former Koremor of Okla
bonia, Is now in congreft and is mak'
in? a fihton the war department.
KMe Oilstrap p'ints out that wljlle
England it our mother country it Is
Emporer William's grandmother ouri
try. Hi!! Doolin .--as captured while pre-
paring to take a talk TM ouffht to !
warn others In Mr Doolln , line "U
business to nerer take Uth
Jude IJiercr has ordered that a re-
dnction of 20 mills be made la the
. .. . . . , i
"ii T ii D".P "
UUIC VVk. A MV jrifjnn - HJ
paid are simply out that much.
The commlsskners of Canadian
county hare adrrrtbd forbids for a
block of ground for a court house, and
one hundred and sixty acres of land
within six miles of the county seat for
a poor farm.
The Hock Inland railroad has issued
s circular rfrins free billinr for seed
.t t.tnr-.l tmrr, k'r. in fiVlaK.
ma and Indian Territory points be-1 w shonrere.! on a wedding party
tween IVb. 1. and April I. This will lt wk-
be of great lnefit to fanuers in the' Judge Weeks nas returned to Nv.Me
Cherokee strip and it Is estimated county from Cripple Creek', and tells
that a big acreage of oats will be sown, j the bors he Ls secretary of four mining
News from Pawhuska says that Al- j companies.
eranderTellchkf. a full-blooded Osage . Outlaws do not always agree. Mat
Indian, treasurer of that tribe, is short l Freeman, who was recently captured,
in his accounts from S3.0W to (t.0"X , wajt Wyalt's lieutenant until Wyatt
The Osage coont.l ha ben called in- ' ran ofl with his wife,
tossioaforaninrestigatlcnand ap-, Gcft w Hradfield, reprcsenUtirc
t","u"lntoIUVr,,ar;r: from Woodward countv In the legis
olTallchierslv The Indians ,,!. iast ,rinter. i,-n0,r conductor
considerably worked up orcr the mat- on lhc 3, K & T yf a3d u now ,iv.
ier- Ing at SedalU, Ma
increare saw o uc no .Mexicans in
Greer countr H report io the contra-
1 ..,. m ... k '
ry noiwiuunaniing. ine pjpuiauon
is comjvrd almost entirely of r-oop'r;
from Texa. the majority of ho:u are
na tires of other states. They are all
intelligent, energetic, enterprising
people and wilt make a rerv desirable
addition' to the population of Oklhlio-1
The melon seed Industry bids fair to
' become one of the most profitable In-
j autri, ,n '-arer county. Unlike
I most other crop, drv weather docs
roost other crops dry weather docs
not affect the melons to any great ex
tent. They require but very little cul
tivation, and two or three bunds ciin
take care of a good sized crop, and as
they always demand a good price, tlie
producer realizes more for the amount
of labor than most any other crop.
.lane uirlstophcr was granted a cli-
ir.fm.nWr lm-1.., ,1 .l.,l. M.rlw.
topher, In the Xoblc eonnty district
wurt Wednevlav. he swore .she and
John wer- married in Kansas City Ave
years ago. and that he quit her 'after
six months Ijccanv: she would not
turn over her bank aceounL Me say,
he also tried to kill her. and after-
wards left her and went to the Creek
Nation and became a sqnaw man.
Hr rTpf.,. Sfanilrtr hit Vn on,. 1
eH a riltnfr frr.m k!. wif r, tk.
gronnds that she was so jaloas of him
wli. V K4 s.. MlUfils k-t V
tc him chronic djpphi and eer- I
i Tf fVr rTrvfsA TA Kta arfft m 1
until he came
to Oklahotni to tak
for chronic dyspepsia and
He is now entirely cored.
climate ha Okla-
Oie grand jury of Canadian county
this term of court found ninety-one
uw, one i mem aainsv mc cx-ireas-
urer, K. A. Sharp. Mr. .Sharp has fled ' '
and hi wherealwuts are unknown. ' ;tar "'jua'' "t"-". j""t south of
He I well connected. HU father was Fort Holmes In the Creek nation, three
the first treasurer of Canadian county ! outlaws met death Wednesday night
and K. A. Miarpe, his son. served as 1 at the hands of a vigilant committee,
depnty during his father's term. His On Monday night a gang of six out
father was reelects and died without !,a" " robbed Jaqua's stn-e and stole
qualifying and the govcnior app'jintiil j '"" f his hortes. A posse followed
K. A. hharpe Ut srve the second term, , a,", flKht occurred at Crisy Crossing,
for which his father w.is elected. ' ""' ,a,;r t,,r fur'0 outlaws were cap
When the present county treasurer, I tur' nri' w,l,,out any crrnmuny scn
Ncal Emails, took charge of the oflice, hanged to a convenient tree,
over a year ago, ho retained 1 A. J Last year the cotton crop In the vi
Sharpe. as his deputy until SharjH! ; clnlty of Kdn arils was a failure, owing
skipped the country. If caught the ; to the lack of moisture in the ground.
punishment will be severe
An account of a new form of mar
riage ceremony which seems to be
practiced by uti Oklahoma jnsilco of
thv peace says h concludes a follows:
ully the authority vested In mo as nn
officer of tlie territory of Oklahoma,
which is called the empire territory of
the west; by the groves of beautiful
hlnck jack trees thutare visible around
us; by tho howl of thu hungry coyote;
by tlie goiird-ylni) whose clinging
tendrils will shade tho entrance to
your hiiinb'o dwelling plucej by the
red and luscious- heart of tlie wuter
me) in, whoso sweetness tills the heart
with Joy; by the'heavens und iwrth, in
tho presence of witnesses, I pronounce
you man and wife." Surely a wedding
under such a ceremony as that will
stund the test even In Oklahoma,
Whilu camping near Ittley, Martin
Fiiiley was given carbolic acid by
inlstuke for medicine. He died in
great agony. His companions did
not learn of thu fatal mistuke until
after he had died.
Senator Jones, "f Arkansas, has re
ported favorably from tho committee
on Indian affairs the bill to grant the
right of way through the Indian terri
tory, from Port can to Fort Smith, to
the Kansas City, Fittsburg and Gulf '
Frank Uoysc has offered a liond
pending an appeal of his case to the
supreme court. '
Vclllo N'orflcct is 11 nlncty-dayur In !
She conies' from Memphis
and churges her husband wltS aban -
Hill Doolin, , the famous outlaw,
formerly worked for Captain T. It.
Hill of Cowley county Kansas, oh his
cuttle ranch. He was then regarded
as au honorable industrious cow
A "Clodhopper" writes to a Coua
dian county parcr to know if ao In
(Hutment by a grand jury Is a decora
tion of honor
Tfljthn W; -Esrekal I fear
TJie Ottawa Journal tafti .Nobody
hat yet caujht the Simon pare BQ1
Oreer county is SO by 50 miles in
iLds and contains a million and a half
Acres of land.
GoTernor Benfrow has offered a rr-
J ward for the capture of the asa.uisr
j of Mr. Wyanckeo.
Farmer prepare to plant cotton the
cominr twtason. ft will be money Ir
your pocket to do kx
tr rrxtoSee. a shortage harlnr id-
feared oa the scene.
Kalph laumont appeared in bL
Iouis the other dar as "of Oklahoma.'
( This Is almost actionable.
a at te hA ,
tt- tf:i u .
.Sera I h MeAlcsler has awakened to
the necesAity of harins a daily paper
Ktncssher countr has a board of
"Lssatic IrKiuerdo," compoted of
the probate judjre and two other gen
tlemen. Tttghman may get that- li,O0J re
ward and he may uot. Kewards hare
a way of dodging when the man is
! It was a Canadian county fayer
. that said KafSr corn instead of rice
, . .j,- , ,i,,..c ,.t nu.
homa hare been blondo. This doesn't
anv,hini, honerer. Sjme of
the W.tt men in Oklahoma ore also
blondes. Hilly llton for instance.
Hotlt horses and cattle like the grain
und fodder of Kaflir corn, and hogs
will derour the entire stalk. Hogs
thrive well on it and make bolid and
firm iiili rnnlillr. Knfllreornls trrow-
i Jn , popularity daily with feeders.
-Lire Stock Inspector.
Deputy United .States Marshal
I'rater lias arrested Kcd Hudson and
Will Hudson, 'liargcd with grand lar
ceny. They vicrt ccinmlttcd for trial
leforc United .States Commissioner
.lack .Stilucll and In default of ball
they cru coininltleil to the federal
jail in logan county.
nls sllOWK that fJlerC B
An examination of the omrtul re-
' KKnUag S3.-00 offerwl for Hill
,I)oo,in " arrc- "1,5h ar ",',t '
' tlSf" "P ;nTiction Doolin has
ff"j Menlifie.1 and the jiwiry
; 'L1," I""1 f71"1" f l p0tf HJ V
. ?hina n who. alone and unaiderl,
e,:t,1 th pture.
Mr. CartrUort kut intrrxtneed a
' bill to authorite the Chickasaw na
tion to bring suit asratnst the I ctttrt
l '" " l elln Jo reCOV
t h - l ' Pr ot '
i . ismu irci.ciuj:f
31. 1K. and
on tOIl from Mareh 11. l;SO. In
the one case the interestelaim amount.
J tSM,va and in the other to $IJ5
i The trial of ex-Cotjnty CommUsion
ers Vanauken and Olmstead came to a
i " cna rrway nij.nl uy me jury
" to agree. Although the jury
1 tood 7 to 5 for conviction. Judge Hu-
fortl reinstated the commissioners in
I otilce. The action is severely crili-
; cised by all partle. The commission
I era were charged with malfeasance in
, -, ,n v .,. ,,
The conditions at the present time arc
such that a crop of cotton for tiic com
ing season is almost a certainty. 1'aMi
farmer should make it a point to plant
at IcuKl live acres of cotton; it will Ih
! the means of furnishing cash at a
time when most needed. Then ngmn
it nerd not interfere witli putting in
the usual crops.
Sheriff Cannon hns arrested ( iiarles
Illder, e.v-reglster of deeds of Caiiudluu
county, who was indicted by the last
grand jury for the umbe..)eiuciil of
comity funds and for mutilating ie
coids while he was u deputy under tl'o
present register of deeds. His liond is
8,000. Tlie county commissioners ex
amined Kidcr's hooks after lie letirxl
anil claim that ho was behind nearly
SrOO with tho county and suit is lend
ing for the amount.
A cheap 'estaurant in Hilly Holtor.'it
town over in Woodward county. Ins
a card displayed before its patron,
j with this advice: "Do not fee the
; waiter. He makes more than tlie boi,
' und has a lialfiloy otr."'-
In un Oklahoma naner tlie editor
spcakfi of "low-midnight." lie was
probably thinking of high noon.
Hill Cook will read with sorrow that
Doolin was captured without being
As soon ns Marshal Ni.v Wgtiu to
cut down his force of deputies it bu
gan to do effective work. Cut it ilntwi
Tito adjutant general of Oklahoma
I has dishonorably discharged nino men
. from the First Iteciment baud for h1
banting themselves from their com
mand without u leuvu of absence from
tho proper authority. They have been
duuluicd desertcrti und their mines
In old Oklahoma the seven-year lim
it expires in April, und original set
tier must prove up or forfeit tUir
From February 1st to April Ut the
Hock Ibland will haul seed oats free,
ITS POLITICAL AND COMMER
Tfe BalMlar ' tha 5toraca Canst
mi Clii to Tnu-XMWlrT Omit
Toru tb fl ef Cxyrtlas ta
Frodatta cf tl Wb
GVsV-rVraocrxt. Et tcrd$. Ma.
Tie rec-ptioa ef ttt Preaidtaf ce
mj desosftratei 'Vrt the AsBfrieaa
ptople are a nait ca tie Monroe doc
trlse. Bstweea utlors co doctrine, n-
principle, no action can b npbtld ex
cept by force. Twenty centuries cf
ciTnixatlca haTe failed to esublfea th
golden mlo as the baile principle cf
the acts cf cations. Thirty dan ago
English writers characterized It as tat
"nebulous Monro Doctrine." To-dar
that principle has an entity, an In
dividuality In the naTittea law be
A irriler In the December camber cf
ti North American ReTiew sars: "W
all know that the development and ex
pansion of nationalities follow th
lines of least reslten and are gov
erned by Inflexible natural laws. Equal
ly well known are the principles whlc
govern the redistribution of trade cen
ters resulting from the opening up 0!
new channnels of commerce." The fame
writer says when the Nicaragua Canal
Is opened Europe will be brought to the
very doors of America.
The Monroe Doctrine assures th&
Nicaragua Canal. The Nicaragua Canal
will build up Trans-Mississippi Gulf
ports. The total value of the export!
of tho United States of the United
States Is 173352;3. The 1 rans-Mls-sisslppl
furnishes of that amount JUS,
CI3.727. This business will be done by
Great Uritaln Is still suffering fion
the deflection of commerce from the
Cape Route to the Suez Canal. Com
merce follows the line of least expense.
These Incontrovertible arguments no
doubt decided the great banking hout
of Alexander Drown & Sons to under
take the work of developing the natural
harbor of Aransas Pass, Texas. Al
ready they have bo nearly completed
the work that a festival of rejoicing on
the occasion of the IIomescckerB Ex
cursion, February 11th is being pre
pared. The railroad faro for the round
trip from any point in the west Is only
12.00 more than the fare one way. A
steamship ride through the harbor out
Into tho Gulf, a Green Turtle and Can
vass Dack Duck Barbecue will be given
to the excursionists. Everybody Is In
vited to be present and look over tho
new town of Aransas Pass (whose
motto Is "Here Everybody Shall Make
Money") snd the rich and cheap land
surrounding that port.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
The engagement of ex-President
Harrison and Mrs. Dimmock has been
formally announced to take place after
Democratic leaders of Missouri are
said to have promised Missouri's dele
gation to Colonel Morrison for President-it
is said that Senator Davis, who Is
anthoi of a Tery sweeping declaration
of the Monroe doctrine, . Is after the
Secretaryship of State.
Ambassador Uayard believes the
Venezuela trouble will be settled be
fore Justice Hrewer's boundary com
mission can act.
Stockholders of the Hank of Hlue
Valley, Hebron, Neb., have been or
dered to pay back all dividends, and
an assessment of 1C0 per cent for de
New York city will not license a sa
loon within 200 feet of a church or
school house, and it is proposed to
build the latter so thick us to drive
out tho saloons entirely.
The anti-lynching bill has passed
the house of representatives of boutli
Carolina. It provides that in nil
cases of lynching where death ensues,
the county wherein the iynchlrg takes
place shall bo liable in exemplary
damages in a sum not less than 2,000
to bo recovered In a competent court
by the legal representatives of the
Rev. Warren Powers, a well known
country preacher near Hall's Station,
Georgia, was called to his door at
night and shot, falling dead in the
arms of his wife. Ths suspicions of
the officers here have been directed to
a man named Di.xou, n member of
Powers' congregation, and ho Ls under
Five young men of Wayne, Ind., out
for a lark, raised n disturbanro at a
road house and forced the door, where
upon tho proprietress fired into the
crowd with n shotgnn, wounding all
A freight train or oka in two on the
Chicago and Alton near Slater, Mo,,
and caused a SI0.000 wreck.
General Weyler lias been appointed
to succeed Campos as governor general
anil commander ot tlio lorccs in luua.
It is given out that neither Arizona
nor New Mexico is to be admitted to
Statehood bv thu present Congress,
because it would Increase tho silver
forces in the Senate.
Charles Fox, n Kansas City cook,
was shot dead by footpads. Ho came
to thu assistance of a man who was
being held up.
After n judicial contest of eighteen
years' duration tho celebrated bond
litigation between tho city of Hum
boldt, Allen county, Kun , nnd its
creditors, has been compromised.
Tho bank of Calhoun, Mo., was
blown open by cracksmen, but thu ex
plosion awakened the citizens and tho
robbors got nothing.
Tho Second Congressional District
Republican convention ot Texas split,
nnd two sets of delegates were elected,
one for McKlulcy and one for Kced.
Near Quicksand, ICy,, a drunken
suitor shot his rival's father aud a
Fatorsblc ltrport 011 (irnrrttl Copiilnstr,
W.vsiiiNino.v, Jan. St. Tho Senate
committee on military ulViiIrs has de
cided unanimously upon a favorable
report upon tho nomination of Gen
eral Coppmgcr Io bo brigadier gen
eral. Ho hns been very strenuously
opposed by tho A. P. A,
KlUwiirlli IubuIU t'Uuree Ilr.til.
A.U'Hiso.v, Kiiu., Jan. SS. Miss liar
rictte Marshall died at her homo in
Nashville, Tenn., this morning, after
an illness of seven months. She was
to have been married to Ellsworth
Ingalls, sou of John J, iugalli, last
VI l peoewW H ti- 5eft -"rth Hu
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14 vfisira tft.lt tb A3yjti-a cf tb II
hu i-Lasd, to thi t'aiU.1 Mit- JrUi
to n roxpil it sa nwl Ut. Tl
fabu ipKxo btirir dim.tr4 io
rcearctieo with Mr. ("til ttfdo
tka raUtrr ca ts tt dfprttst
lot iofr3Ml4rt o tk :.i?sj r tlv ap-tr-isx.
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tow ck J towtiy. It w UItatrae;bT rf
arras&ioatrr Irs tstaa rl to-morrc-".
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tarKf vLieh tare S-a m o;oa tU brt
tTfth csrlt tbr tv ,lr t3re be iasd i
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mamiite. etpUuril tl rmiai
tfc tai. asd attrtJrfl Mr Bmlrtt' pcnitica la
a Lasorroi -nr
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ttiiVjm UK. to tlv roondrratio it vhiih It
b tVrot-U tV f-atirt vtV. aaJ tWn !
wrai oatil Ifcoliy. Ilvaiaasf3Zcnli3tb
ikbate tho; tV bail roirriiir tV ao-DdtW
tVi fntvoalJb rrrortrd from I be iarabtJ
p-cikoi cocsairt TbfnukqMlwptw
cam-, lir.Oi.a. atat 30' Jrwthin tV
rtiuis. Tt till pirl UlTilsr abfvxl
of aaj r,la, prattee appropriation tsU.
Jaa. a To orponix iha- of tlj Sosro
d:!ni Tin p-eatJ to ta Sh1-ctA
troa ti coaisjttfx oa Somen rrlaltoa
XaTorior a itnnc rrASriaaHoo of tb
fk:truv. aad t tbr frca Mr. Snr?ll of N r
Jtntf, nrgiCjc that the doctnea bad tren car
rxd to far bfjcod iff xot a to tbrrtatMi dan
rwwu to3nrj:. ilr Dint. cf Mitce
tot. tirrtat! tbe coataltlra irtort. fct ts
U Ui actisr cf tb rolatloo eialxs.. iar tLf
m ctial frtare of all preit a rr-olatioo. It
irit rtferrf 1 to tht calnvlar. Tlf tilter tood
bill laid a.(Je t?a;oraril-, a BOHDAtor
-a readj- to rt Mr I'latt aad Mr Hat
potatol onttb dIr of ti- na,r nal.Mt
riritaslcf-lthat a dir l Htlnti iote. Jtr.
Jose of Arkxstav in (bim cf the raewnia,
tWusd to fix a tte . Mt-nl tzzlort r
till to bf tint Mr. Priler trill -tra!'
cooriioaal (cd-mIi vrai dii tiwl lunlr
frmd to tha cotsiaitUre oa raI(-. vith a view U
formula tins a p?aral rale on fmveral
The i,ioa ol the Hoowai lTokl of r"ub
lie intercit. Quite a number of bill, of minor
inlpurtlj-local import ince wr" pai. la
rlodnif rTeutodoole coDdjronel canaou to
the Firtt rnment of .S'ortli Carolina, eitr of
llattiriirs Mirh. ; V H. ViUla poii. Kllor
t!o, Kan.: bliaw pmu Ix-irenwortb. Kin.;
Mone Hirer po,t. Sedan, Kan ; C. .V. Clark
Kt, Rider Karm. III. Lincoln pot, Hopo al
r, H. I. and tiiecitrof eto3. IU I.
Jaa II. Tho tenat it mule nanco arl
foreign atTairt, and rate the day to work on
comroratirn minor bill on th calsmlar. Aboat
retentjr bills were J1. cUnrine the
ralendar ot lunch accumulation ami harici;
nnljr the !mKtant maram imiulin.
Tho fullonlnir hillt were lad,
nmon? others lnioninz tho i.J,.w
of Major General (arioll at II, montlilr nod
the nlJnwot Lieutenant Krr.lcrick Schwalka,
Arcti; eiplorer, at S3) monthljr increajine Iho
Ienion of the widow of (olonrl Krcderict
can. finer of President Grant, from J3J to fVJ
moathlr : pensinninz th widow of Hreret Major
General Doubledajr at ltd) moathlr. ourtiotli
Inc a bridse orer the Mlwiuippi rier at fU
IsAlt, between that city and fct. Clair countr,
Tbe Honte puel the urgent deficiency bill.
The bill carried f 1,115,02, W.ilA'i a fur the
eipeaof Unitid btalM courts TtraabunrmAl
jrrowth of the (.ir-OM under the fw frstem
rame In for a uool deHt nf critiritm aad tlwn
wa a cnsral txpre.iIon iu fjtor of a (alary
Jan. U.-Tbo Senate ;eion a. marked by
notable iche and notable debntoi. Lit
inthe afDrnnon a coutrorcry incurred r
tween Mr. Sherman, Mr Gorman, Mr. Teller
aad other, vhich lnl to the mo,t ipiriteil
financial debate that hai ocurrnl ino the
HHitt Uorurre conieoed. Mr. Hherman toV
aiUnvtband with Rreat earnitce-,, deprccat-
las" too thrnitlnic or an "old wornont inuir
theiilTerfiUMtion Into the Senate at a ti.ve
when practical Initiation w imirati,e.
II r. Teller and Mr Gorman inrr-l Mr.
Mierman frotn their rriKtiTe standpoint'.
wbOeMr. Aldrieh, Mr Lindsay, Mr. Grnyarvl
other tojk part in the ezcitios d-lntn
Mr. Wolcott'a iecli criticUintf the I're
iilent'a attitude ,m th Ven-znela qarttion
wa the notable eent of the early tart of tho
day. For an hour the nator cotumnndol the
attention ot a crowded chamber an 1 orctfluw
lruf cilleriff. Two important report1! Mtr
mado by tbecoxmitt-eon furci:m affair,, one
ftrontrly prevntln,- tho wriou-i condit.on of
nffaln in Torkey and nrLp? prompt actios by
tbe ciTillzed power, and au utierxi reirt
on Mr. Call molatlon calling for tbe ofhc.a!
diapatcbei of United Slate, c.-U'ols in tuba.
In the ab-eaceof any tegular bn,in-M in the
Hoove, the f,iIon wa droted to the conttdcr
at ion ot minor matteraand let;ilatiun by unan
imoci conM-nt. Tlio llouio adoptel the report
of tbe electioa committee in faror of Harry
Minor of New York in a contea: hn.uilit for hl
at by Timothy J. Campbell.
Klghteen Jlllllon Silver DolUr--Wasuixotox,
Jan. 22. About Fel
ruary 1 the Treasury department will
resume the coinage of .silver dollars
and will continue until about Sl-,000,-000
hayo been coined. The aycrago
cost of the silver bullion purchased
under tho .Sherman act was 71', cents
on the dollar, which leave's a gain or
selguoragc of 28 -, cents on the dollar.
At this rate, the selgnorage on tho
ilS.tOO.OoO to be coined would be
53,130,000, which will be accouutt'U
for in the available cash on hand,
increasing it by that amount.
Our I" j riu Animal.
Chicago, Jan, S3. The Orange Judd
farmer publishes the results of an ex
haustive investigation relative to the
number and value of fnrm animals
throughout the United States. The
total value of all classes is estimated
at 8I.S0I, 420,000, or fcfl2,fl,Ouo less
than a year ago. This is the lowest
point yet reached since the decllnube- I
(inn in 1693. Thu heavy decline in the
past year nas ueen ciiicny m nores
Mil niiilae '
luallre IVua hwlfl.
M i:xico, Mo., Jan. 2;. .lames IV
Davidson, who was arrested in St.
Louis yesterday for horse Mealing ai
brought to this city lust night, ces
fe.ssed this morning to Sheriff Stevcsk
Circuit court is now in session aai
Davidson pleaded guilty tills after
noon and received a sentence of us
years in the penitentiary. He was a
machine agent in this city.
ItiKrraoll Turned Dim 11.
Iai.iwiiKXCK, Kan., Jan. 22. Uobert
ll. Ingcrsoll will not lecture to the
a w students of the istuto university at
the commencement exercises The
fiir'lilt v ,minnll Iiiik nnltllnal a.Anciii,.
utiyes of the law school that they do
liotapprovo of the project, nml that
should uny attempt bo made by the 1
law school, they will take lfuroio !
measures to resist it.
l.'iigllah (iulil Cnnilns to America.
Loxiiov, Jan. !i3. Tho Daily Tele
graph's iinanclal iirtkie suyss It Is
believed that English applications for
tho American loan will Involve tho ex
port of r.'.OOO.OOO of gold within a
week. Much, however, will depend
on tho news from Washington.
lira Ueatruya Kanaaa Court Home.
HavsCitv, Kan., Jan, 22. The Ellis
county court hotuo burned hero this
morning at 6 o'clock. The loss of
records cunnot bo ascertained until
the safes can be opened. Loss to the
county, -0i jnsijj-ance, tiQ.Puft
f. ... ... .u...a - - - .A f I . .HI. .m
Eteiy tastsi either has a bobby or
WaIk.Bc"Tl,lr w pleur
wrr tt tnt for ;! eora. tXrtn peru are af ly re
ranti wtta Hlvigrofrx. lie, at eJmrttit.
Learning without tbuught Is. labor
ost; thonght without learnlnf- is per-
' THtoATTaovst.t.. ToslUy the irritation I
that induces eoughing.ujc -Brown's IIkok-
-uliu Tsocnts. A liniple and safe reine
!dy. Yoa can't be happy
if you expect
Pisa's Cure for Conuraplion is the oaJy
onsh raedidneujed in my honc V. C.
1 Vlbrighl. MlnMiburg. Pa.. Dcr.ll, "M.
The bail of old fashioned litogniph
is Ink yas lampblack, shellac, A-aj:,
sallow and soap.
Graphite suitable for making, lcadj
ocnclls is found in almost every coun
ry on the globe.
Vanity speaks for itself.
Xo woman Is as pretty as she looks.
ends where borrowing
Yesterday's mistakes. are to-morrow's
Fine ice mean tery col.1 westher, then
vime, k hiirli old time Iu KkatinirrinV. and
ikatin ponds, on stilt saod ride;, and c
ro borne tired and orcrheatcd. It's lhc '
tame old story of cooling nil; oil with
wrap and on with all torts of aches and
paint, rheumatic ncuralpic. sciatic, lum
lajic. including trojt-bitts, backache, zen
toothache. Thcv nho dtnee must pay the
piper. We cut up Jack and are brouiilit
low by our own folly. hat of it, ihet
dance will 50 on. just the tame. H is gen-1
rally known that ."f.Jacob Oil will cure.
all uch aches and pains separately or cob
leitlrrlr, and the ..- h 011 with the
People who do not boliete in hell
pray the loudest in u thunder storm.
Knocked silly The man that thump
ed on the door of the vacant house.
Maude How sickening it Is to hear
men paying compliments to women:
Kthcl To other women yes.
We ofler One Hundred Dollars rwartl
for any case of Catarrli tluit cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo. O.
we, the underlsned. havo known F.
J. Cheney or the last 13 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
bupjness transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
WALD1NO. KLVN'AN & SlAItVI.N'.
Wholesals DniRplsts. ToleJo, Ohio.
Hall s Catarrh Cure li takt Internal
ly, actlns directly upon the blood nnd
mucous surfaces of tlie system. Testl.
monlals .sent free. Price. 75o per bottle.
Hold by all drufc-srlsts.
Hall's Family Pills. IZc. ,
Ho that would lw angry nnd sin not
must not bo angry -with anything but
"The T MA8TCK ,n lo OVIiKPOWCR and SUBDUE.
; M' '! ST. JACOBS OIL Srr iAj I
9 Wis pure Cocoa, ami not wade by
the so-called "-Dutch Process"
JFaltcr Baker & Co.9s Break
fast Cocoa is absolutely pure no
ChCtttlCalS, WALTER IUKtU & CO., Ui., Dorchaltr, Mai.
tVhea a nun L not Rick enough to bo ;
in bed. but (it 111 too hick to bo com
fortable, Americaiis call lt"gruntiir.M
HIB WORLIra rAttMBIT POTATO.
Thar Salter's Earliest, fit for tnu, t
28 claya. Salzcr'a new lata topato,
Champion of the World, Is pronounced
tho heaviest yielder In the world, mid
we challenge you to produce Its cquall
19 acres to Salror'a Earliest Potatoes
yield 4000 bushels, sold In June at f 1 00
a bushel 14000. That nays. A '..i
to tho wise, etc.
-Now f yoa will eat thli out and aen-t
It with 10c postage you will get, free,
10 packages grains and grasses, In
cluding Teosinte; Lathyrus, Sand
Vetch, Giant Spurry, Giant Clover.etc,
and our mammoth seed catalogue, wj.
It is when wc aru mo"st liclplcss that
Christ Is most willing to help us.
Dspend upon the blood for suitensnce.
Therefore If the blood ls impure they are
Improperly fed and nervous prostration
result. To make pure blood, take
lucvin if uo piiwa luriuer, fl,oiorta.
Hood's Pills l?llSpz
TTin AKflMOTOR CO. ft half Um wortrs
ul-aslli rraueeM. tecasM It ni re4ucoa ttft rut cf
w'dprtTf5 1 iibLM It wait IthM raaoy tmncri
' . m ,1 Oil Ht4 .H.J I mm (.. b.vm. mM b. - a
a.-vir mm .u,,v IMfW, W, WTfWTW
mm Wil U.J. , , lW, fW U(IF mTUOD B
tni'T article tor iet nor , itaa
hrr It mates l-ampina' an,.
OeareC Me-1. Otltaaiie-I after
MR UiuhmIot Windmill. TIMID
W lrame. Hn fm CnUer am Jrett
, Wk OrlDden. OaatHmUonlt lllnmon
n of Ite-e anirlei lint It wlU fornlih ntBI
Jianarr lit at 13 the innal pnee. It alu tnaket
TarJl and Pnmuof all ilortt "tend frt cataiocta
tfyt 12th. Rockwall ta4 ngerc SOteti. Ctlct
Iel or trttil'r
lJIcrntH. t-llll r
KallAaal ,,.. ! -Mr........
well aad honeiily nnd. wathn tu'l
drf-t fllihfjln IwoalGotfi.DeKinii,
I. ...la.a.1 Ahba.. ... ft ,.. .1-1
a child can operate, ittry ere warranted, one In
locality re-am a aale to all ttit ntuht-ora. 1U i.n
rtrr Try fmllr borf, Mneacrel tlinatlan, wrn,
'irafrnry. WorU M!. Co., U :ii Colamtcj. Obln
Tllnftntml cstaVxrne chmrlcr WEI.
n.iu JLiiuu tmjiii.ti.KV, etc.
M-'r TmTm. IUT been tecu and
Hotelltt Chase Machinery Co,
VmXmKHA tITV, MlbZOUKt.
. HAIR BALSAM
l'rtu a lj.v-.ruj trtX
ITtr Talla to JmIou Ortr
I Cane ra.-p dif-u-i i bur tiluix.
? ,ibIIW,i UrmiTmt
riamlaallon aal Adrtrea-i to raWatMllty ef la
ratloo. Krml tor MIa,f Itflrl Oolde. erllowtO-ta
1'tltat. I'ATIUCK Q'ltKlli:LI, Wajhlagtoa. I. u
lUwTiioaxE's Tarlets. Chrcki at Once.
Sent Sealerl on receipt o( fi.
llrTnoa.tE CiiEMicai. Co rhllatlclphla, Ta.