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GRANT'S LOST ORDER.
How a Valuable War Docu ment Wat Brought to Light. PROPERTY Of A SOUTHERNER. Famnm lllatiirlc Paper Tnrne t'p In llir 1'url.et ul nTrimi IMItnr While Vlalllnv (lir II li ITn I 1'alr llntr It ' I'unnil III llir lliiltnm lit ft I'll. Tbe recent tlit "f many of the Trial Prvtn a''iniim t UutTalo has brought 10 light a hIiiiiIiIi war ilocu molt which tin Ih-. ii missing since tbe tattle- of Nidge, on Nor. 2G, J t(B. Horn thp llulTalo Kxnreaa. Man ager A. II. rtnrVld "f the I WA meri ts! ii exposition tins accoMed the other day by a lull. eoldlerly looking wan, with an nr,.nt whhli betrayed hi tmntbern origin, with a hearty, "Vi are Mr. IV11B1I1I. arc you not V "I am," alii llir manager. "Well, my I''r sir, I am Captain Harry Ijny of f'orslraun. Tex., ami with my H-giiurut ruiclit th federal troop at M Union llldgi-. I wish to say your picture In tiry line, eitremely One, sir, ami I am glad to nee tbe action po impartially n-produn-d. I was with ItogcrV Texas raim rs. Yon know wf, an tin organisation, wore lilly cut Hp nt Corinth, ill Will, Mr. I'enflehl. your ltiil filar Midway route Is all right, ami your show are super!). I rhall, like alt the rrnt of my editorial confrere, rarry Iwik to Texas, sir, n Iltely mne of gratitude for your great kindness to u a a body. Sow I am Koing to give you a treat." Mr. lYnneld started lirrk with fright a he saw vision of a drinking bout ml renllieil tliat tlie average south erner drank aa well an be fought. He, however, waa inurli relict ed when be raw tbe tall Texan unbutton bla frock emit ami ilraw fortb from an Inner pocket with care a Horn leather book, from an Inner pockt-t f wlilcb bo took a worn piece of lan luni'iit. sin-h ai was used during the civil war for gen eral ont-r or llpat' i,n. Unfolding It. tin- former t'oufi-derate captain s.il-1, "It-nil that, sir, ami till Die If yon i...! r.- lint n treat an. iu.it Iiper reillv i-'r" Mr. l' afield loot. I at tbe unf.tlid !. t ami lead aa fol low: . ioe.. Re. st, ism. Major , , ,., r. n fi-wu. laaattaiamwa: tiw,.I .1 nt n . .-i . I Mismtnary ffVlee aa tor tha -nt-. i i , ,ii .-'.i aklrariatiiac. tn ttSlt now I -' at I . r t.t I ) lay if Mil, Ma l.lt .til linuuca r..k. I l.i in- tftlrlr.l O.na-.l l.lrTn.11 . it.lM O a. l It hft-l In IHa imjl'i tt tnU )..ur illik. vhi h tolll t tlmultinp- u, will t la -ioMratl.n. Yewr rtmnanil will citlwr rui; th ril! pl-s ixl hilnff dii'l In tr ot u4 IbrM ur m.. I'lu l Ihe iifHiHf ol tht rvmf muw rruir. It ll.w.krr .i'in "n th MouaUia (-ar.ii't Cir.uir..Ul m i'i a wnjll fore aaU .1 la f uimI Imprartlcablt tn rarrf ll- tup tram wtf ba la. It w uM I a In. .11. lor lilm to tjKie up tliir vall. with all thr f tT ha caa apan an-1 arn.l t ll. Ural pfa(t.alil i -a.l. I . . i.aiaT, Vajor 0MaL Mr. renOebl bbimh1. Hera waa th original order tbe Inne lot order which General Grant In bl own per tonal meinolrn apeaka of aa loit. Turn Ins to Captain Ijiccy, ue sahl, "Where did you jet tula?" Tbe tild huldler aabl: "Why, when Shcriilati forceil bli way to tbe crest of th'- rhlKe I broke through bin line lu the confusion and. paMlng rapidly down to the tint line at our old posi tion, hid lu a rltlc pit uutll ulcbtfall, when I escaped ami jolueil Longalreet In Virginia. In tbe bottom of tbe pit 1 fouuil the order with omn other pa lter addressed to tbe I'etleral general Granger. I think It dropped from some olllcer'i coat in the scrainble up bill. I have managed to keep It ever since, for It was Unit charge be orders In this paper which, carried the day for the Vnlon forces, so you see it baa a great historic value." Mr. I'enfleld pleaded with tbe south-enn-r to at II It. but tbe tall Texan re fiuod wiili a dignity which told Mr. lVtill hi to desist. Tbe former Con federate leaned oTer tbe platform and ttcnnnci! closely tbe great battle, saying softly. "It's graud. It's real, bnt all so tcrrli lc." Thiu. wiping a furtive tear from his ryes, he added, "But It took western blood to do it. and. after all, they were movtly of southern extrac tion." In fnct. the crest man to whom Grant addressed the order was a Vir ginia u. NATIONS WE FEED. Clrent ltrlllti laru Purelatiaer it w Aliterleaiti Knrltt leatliiet. l'rank H. Il-i hHk. rhli-f of the for clH iimrkvl i-tlin ..i" l'..- agricultural department, has loinpihl statlntlcs allowing tbe distribution of the agrirul. tttrnl exportti of the Vnitcd States for ttie yefjBJ2 I'Y,"' 2-xXa2iilD5r toil dlspalcb. There were k doafHcoun "(Vies In 1000 to each of wblcb tbe Unit ed Slates exported upward of $10.000, 000 worth of domestic farm products. The United Kingdom purchased $103,000,000 and Gvrmauy $131,000,000 worth The others were: The Netherlands. $.'.2,000,000: France, $15,000,1)00: Helium. mooo.OOO; Italy. S'JI.OOn.Onv Cnnn.la $21,000,000: Jajtau, over 5n,0U0.ui. lienmark. nearly J15. ooaooo; ctiii.i. it i im.ooo: Spain. $io.. ri00.000, and llrlil-li Africa. 10,300.000. llorae lianliiK. Now this year are the horse awnlngx, put up over hurfes at, ached to vehicles kept standing a lung time In one spot: nil. for Instance, the wagon of tbe men who sell buttermilk by the glass, says the New York Sun. The horse awning U attached at Its front end to tbe top ot the hamef, projecting a bore tbe collar, and then carried with a regular awning tdant up bak u r the horse's back to la attached at the other end to tbe front bow of Ibe wagon top, thus giv ing sliailo and the freo circulation ot air under It. . lint Ihe lllaettaalnn Kndnt. It was wlilperil in Washington that as the Moning-ie Hnwo w. re not aa rich other roemU-ra of the smart set they had to practice economy where It did not show, list tonight there was certainly no bint of econo my anywhere. There were strawber ries, botboose grown, ami terrapin and ennvasback duck, though both were exorbitant In tbe market Tbe band, some tablecjoth bad been ruthlessly cat, ami through tbe opening a clatter of American Iteanty rosea, tbelr stem on tbe floor, shot np two feet above tbe table. It was tbe most effeetire table decoration of tbe winter. Mrs. Montague Ilrown, young, pret ty and aiabitloaa. smiled a amOe et rare pleasure. 8be reflected comptn eently that she had captured n cabinet otttcer for this dinner. The conversa tion was bowling along smoothly, ami sbe leaned forward to listen. Tbe guest of honor waa sneaking: "And still I Insist that no woman can do society all tbe time without neglecting her household and children." "Not at all." tailed Mrs. Montague. "I tblnk I can persuade you to tbe contrary If you" Sbe paused, observ ing that be waa staring with wide open eyes at the doorway. A tiny, half clad flgure stood there. "Mamma. Mary's In tbe kitchen, and I tan't 0ml my nighty," pineal Mon tague Ilrown, Jr. Harper's Magatlne. Ton ISstnaTaacnnt lr lliatf- Tbe manner In wblcb one defaulting cashier was detected was rather pecul iar. It was all doe to tbe curiosity of tbe women ot bla neighborhood. lie went to no expense In tbe way of dress ing, tbey never heard ot bis gambling or drinking to nny extent, be was a model bus he ml, bat. lie loved a good table. There wan nothing unusual In this, but one day when the ladles of tbe vicinity were discussing tbe best method of cooking meats tbe wife ot tbe cashier declared very Innocently that her husband doted on ham. but be would not eat It unless It had been boiled In champagne. "Iloiled In cbam liagner exclaimed tbe listeners. "Heav ens, bow expensive! We couldn't af ford to nave bam on our table often If we cooked It that way." It was soon noised all around tbe neighborhood that Cashier Illank waa a high liver Indeed, and tbe men began telling of bis uplifted Ideas of cookery. This soon reached the ears of tbe di rectors of tbe bank, ami they conclud ed. It might tw wise to Investigate tbe account of such an epicure. Plain water was nil they could afford for thrlr hams, so the champagne loer was called up and swbaeqiienUy rele gated lo tbe pen. where be had to fore go bla pet dlsb for many, many weary days. Louisville Times. A !iiiir fecttiariitlnn. "Home again at last, darling." "John, dearest, yon don't look a day old sr." "I most. Centuries can't roll over n man's bead without leaving traces." "It was ages ami ages, wasn't It? And, on, John, bow lonesome I have lieettl" "You poor little wlfeyl If over 1 have to go away again, you shall go with me. Hat you're more beautiful than ever, sweet ooe. What uavu you been doing with yourself all tbe time I was a way?" "Thinking of you, darling, and long ing ami louglng for you to come borne." "If that Is tbe secret of beauty, I ought to have grown a perfect Adonis. Ami you're sure you recognized me straight off without thinking at least a minute"" "Of course, you old dear. Do you suppose I could ever forget you" "Good gracious! It doesn't seem pos sible that I've been away only since tbe day before yesterday, does It, sweetheart V "Not a bit more, husband mine, tban that wo nave actually been married a whole month tomorrow." I'uarsou's Weekly. Sculrli Medicine. A stranger came to a provincial Scotch town one day. II looked some what of an Invalid, and be asked ooo -f tbe Inhabitants to direct-hits to tbe -uemlst's shop. "The what, sir?" "The chemist's shop." "Aye, an what kin' o' shop's that nav a "Why. the place where yon can bny medicine." "Kb, air. we've nas tie abort as that here." -Hoi MHiat do you do. then, when any one rails til? Do you take no tneO ciner "Deed, no; not a drap. We've Jut wblsky for tbe folk an tar for tl sheen, an that's a' the fossick we deal In." I-oadoa Answers, It Vt'na Slrlrllr Mmlern, "She hat received a strictly up to date education, you tayT" "Well, rather. Sbe hasn't n bit of practical knowledge about household affairs, but she has more theories tban you could get In a book, and sbe cat talk about parliamentary law in n way that will make her shine In any wo man's club you can pick out." Chicago rose Ilia Cnllrut- Ultra, "Mike," said I nodding fete, "do yon t'lok It does a man much good to go troo colleger W "Not much," replied Meandering Mike. "I vv;nt troo i college once. an all I got was two dletlooerfes an a Matt of football clothe. De swag wasn't uort' de risk." Washington Star. It baa been found that n dozen Portu guese oysters contain about six trains of pbosiibortc acid. French oysters bare a boot four grains per doeotu It Is human nature to deride what wo cannot pootoss, to deny what wo can not understand and to Insult thote wo envy. Chkago News. A I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. P. THAYER, Civil Engineer and Archltcc SunvEvs and Plats Made. Plans. MtlmnlM anil aiavini-ailnni tarnished. Gorman Uulldlnir. Anlmoro, I. T. LAWYERS. JAB. T. COLEMAN. IJOHN T. YUONOl COLEMAN it YOUNG, Attorneys. Do a general civil and crlmlnt practice. Collections a specialty. Office over R. W. Handol's store. aprlSdAw Avdhouk, I. T. rj.M.roraaa. liaa.n. Watban FDRMAN 4 MATHERS, Attorneys at Law. atrial attention paid to elvtl sa well ai criminal traalataa. Orate, spatalra over notehklaa' Jcwalrj Blare. Ariaara I. T. LEDBETTER & BLEDBOB, ATT025EY8 AT LA'W, OSee. In Leilttlltr Blaaoe tnlldtsi Main itraat. n. O.Pottirf. W. r. Bowtnts POTTERF & BOWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OtSce. spatalra In Iba Hardy balldlat Ardmore.l. T.. at.L.Uarrall. W. U. Blmnaaa. GARRETT & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-Law. Do a elvtl and criminal practice. office In Wbesler balldlnx. oppoillt coon soaae. Ardtoore I. T JOBKPH P. MULLEN, Attornky and Counselor at Law Oaimsat Law a. SracliLTT. utntrai I a w practice m w, cwutu ui ,b. Indian Terrltorj: U. 8. asprema oeort.Waas-Ins-toe: enart or olalraa. oosrt ot appaala uyaia jaaiviai aiiuici. r,,.nn u.i'.t- mast. OSea. Waal Main atrasl, naar caa Olaade Weaver. Sftas Wearer. WKAVBR & WBAVBR, LAWYR9. Pauls Valley, - Ind. Ter. O. .-Herbert. Hal Cannec HERBERT & CANNON, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. OtSce. Herbert ft Levla bnlldtns, Ard mere I.T PHYSICIANS. Dr. F. P. vor Keller, Ocallat and Aorlat. Hpeclal attention alven to Horgerr and Dtaesaea ot the liYB, CAR. NOSB AMI THROAT, aiasjcs Accurately Fitted. OlSee over Bonner A Bonner's Dreg Store. Rooms ami a. Ardmore.l T. Phone Healdeneetl. umre is. Walter Ilardr. J.O. McNeea Hat. Fbona II. aaa. rnone a. nARDY 3c McNEES, Physicians and suuoeons. Office boars t 10 to 11 a. m.. 1 to I p. m..and to 0 p. m.; Handaya, 10 to 11 a.m. and I tot m, omce Pbone 111. Office over Bamaer'i is atore corner Xtalu and Caddo atraeti DR. 8. H. LANDRUM, Physician and svrobon, Ortlcc over old City Drutf Store (ours, 9 30 to 11:30 n. m., 2 to 4 p. ni. tllce, 'plione No. 112. Residence, itione No. Ifti. Katmnal treatment ot morpblne and Tobaooo Bablle. L. R. COVRYciSON, PlIYtlCIANt AND SURflllON. OOlee over Wall's dt-na more. Oslee honra a to II l. a.: I to I p. m. Bi-el-lenoe, corner B ftreet and Third sveaue. N. W. DaNTISTS. DR. A. E. ADAMB, DENTIST. Too Latest Improvement for Crowr and Bridge Work. fcaS Local anaatbetloa a-tmtnlatered tor till palnleaa eitractlon ot teetb. All work iraaranteed. frleea to tall tbt tlmea, Office oter Bandol'a atore, Ardmora, I. T V. It Em n W Las Heilaltr KNLOE & LEE, Dkstist. All work saarssteed rinrman lioiiJIns. over A. t . loaas a tureiiurv aiffre. Telephuae No. XX. Ardmore. lad. Ter, Vant Live pigeous. Will pay ten cents n piece if delivered or $1 per doseu when I have to call for birds. Apply to .1. C Mnrpby, riret door south of Carter house. 5tf A Hue line of lunch canned goods for fishing and picnic parties at IVeples & co- Gtl AL JOHNSON'S DEATH. Canee' of It AarrllH-d lo n Drlrtn) lfent In London. Wbcti tbe late Alliert I.. Johnm drove team ot six horse last sum mr through the most rrcwded Hut onghfare of Irfwdon, be startled Lug Uh tMrvesaen. Clever as Ibey conshl cr themselves with the reins, the fea of driving it sk-lB-hand from Plcradll ly tbroogh fn coafnslng vehlcnlai streams of Trafalgar square, dewt tbe narrow Strand and fleet street ant through the even narrower and fai mote congested Cbeanekie to tbe Bank where tbe street t rathe t greater that any other street In tbe world, wai something Uncttitu drivers thought Im (oealbe safely to aceowpllsh Hut A JobnswM did it. lint to that ttnlfine jierformance It borsemanshlp. which was comutentci upon from one end of Urent llrltait to the other, his family aecribe tbe be ginning of tbe HlneM which ended It bis death, says tbe New York Sun. A relative ef Mr. Johnson said recentl) that shortly after he bad demonstrated bla ability to pilot six horses through tbe center of Iondon be began to hart trouble with bbt heart. Physician aabl be bad strained some of the inu cles of hl hewit. He was told that while no serlow coueiences might ensue It was absolutely necvary that be euxuau p driving. Mr. John son obeyed tbe orders of tint doctors and did not touch a roll, again until last spring. A few tuootbs ago, think Ing that be bad completely recovered from tbe Injur' to bis heart, be began to drive again. Just ntwut tbls time be bad an attack of bronchitis, ami tbe constant rough ing which tbls Induced lirntigbt about a return ot tbe heart weakness. He was again toM to take t long rest Nothing immediately serious, however, was apprebonded. even so recently as tbe other day. when Mr. Johnson trav eled from bis homo at Port Hamilton to consult Dr. Janeway. For a few weeks past Mr. Johnson bad not liecn feeling well, but he was Informed by Dr. Janeway that with thorough real be would probably soon be better. Tom I. Johnson came ou from Cleveland receutly to visit bis brother. He was not. as was first supposed, summon. -.1 to Fort Hamilton because of the ffir that bis brother's end was near. Mr. Johnson's death. In fact, waa some what sudden and unexpected. WORLD'S LARGEST GUN. Coternment Will Ilne II Iteodj I'nr i:tillillloii In ltio.1. The management ot tbe Pan-American exposition will be disappointed lu Its bone of securing tbe great 10 Itu h rlrle which Is being manufactured for the government and which is Iutend-1 to become a port of the coast def'-n-i- aruarnerji. says i special dispatch fro-u Washington to tbe St. Louis Ulube Democrat. Tbls big gun has cost the United States about -5t.0QQ thus far, and It Is so far from completion that it Is not expected that It can be exhibited before another year has passed. It has been suggested lu consequence that It would form a roost Interesting exhibit for tbe St. Louis exposition In 1003, as It will probably Ih mounted by that time and ready for transportation. The castings for tbo gun are com plete, but Its breech mechanism has not been finished, nor lias the Immediate gun carriage ou which It Is to be mounted. In 1103 the gun will be fully completed, and It Is expected then, as dow, it will be the largest gun In the world. It will have a range ot more than 23 miles, and Its destructive abili ty can hardly be estimated. It Is Indi cated, however, by the fact that the skilled gunners of tbe United States ar tillery believe any well directed shot from the great gun would entirely de molish the largest fightiug ship ot a hostile navy which might attempt to enter a port which it defends. "PAY YOUR OWN CAR FARE." Jtottn ot New Order Lnnnclinl In Ktinwua. A new order has been started In To peka wblcb. Its promoters exiiect, will rival tbe Huffaloes, says the KaiiMin City Tlmea. It Is called the Independ ent Order ot Men Who Itefuse to Pny the Other Fellow's Street Cur l .u P. la. Yandexrlft and W. Y. Morgan are responsible for It. Nearly i--i body approached on the subject l . - Joined tbe order. Only the pohti. inn decline. Tbe scheme- of tbe onier is to poke fan at tbe fad of pa; lug the street car fare of everybody In sliii until It becomes unpopular. The order has no officers, no dues, tin goat riding, no grip, no password Tbe only rule of tbe order Is to paj your own car fare and require the other fellow to dig up for himself. A member may loan a fellow passenger the price It requested to do so, with the understanding that It be paid back. Vandegrlft and Morgan propose to establlsu tbe onler In every city In the United Staten by means of an endless chain ot letters. Women are Joitung the order at Topeka. eiveat Itqlne Jlllllnerr. Since millinery for horses has be come established as a summer feature It might naturally have been cxpertiil tliat It woultl soon become subject to the caprices of fashion. Several horses were recently seen In "chic creations" ot striking character, says the New York Tribune. One wore a Jauntily tipped shade hat adorned with a band ot red ribbon, with n Urge clutter of fdrgetraenots over tbe lei't ear. Another rejoiced In n wide brimmed ha cm ir cled by a wreath ot white blossoms, ami n third had n huge pompon of Mm gauze directly In front. "Simple, b it stylish," was the white duck shad-. much like n bnby'a. that protected still another from the beating tun. Mercury Everybody Vnnv s tbat Mer cury is a tl iner- Potash ous medicine even when a-iministereu in venr small doses, and few cmtituti' 'US can stand i Icr any length ot time. l'..tah jiroduces iuflammation of the stomach and bowels, and a danKerous form of dyspepsia and otten chronic diarrhoea follow Its use. Now, the doctors will tell you it Contagious Jlloou l'ouon first, a course of Mercury, - . . .t V. & m . . V. n - n .fvinrn- and n change to lVitash Is made. When the stomach rebels uu are put on Men rv again, and so on oJ infinitum, or until the system becomes so thoroughly saturated with these poisonous drugs that the most dlsgutting sores break out on the body, the bones become diseased, and the muscles and joints are racked with the most torturing Twins. Jlerrurv an'l l'ctasn time the eruptions uiuicup i...... ut skm. but the vims rtmairis In the Llood and the reanearance of the old symptoms and the occasional sore mouth show that the poison is still active, and you caa never hope to completely eradicate Itbythis method of treatment. 'ZStCGl Whan X was about twenty-one. eighteen years ago, I contracted Blood Tolaon in a bad form, and am satisfied, that the rapid progreaa the dlaeaa waa making would aoon have made ma a life-long Invalid or ended my life. As my system came under the Influence of S. B. a., the aorea, aplotchea and plmplea gradually dlaappeared and aoon no evidence of the dlaeaas was left. I am now thirty ntno years old, and havo seen no alg-na of It during the past sishteen years. 8. 8. B. does all you claim for it. VM. EMERSON, Fevsly, Mo. t S. S. S. U the onlr mirelv vegetable for proof that it contains any mineral ingredient whatrter. The general health impnnes as the Specific purges the srstetit ot impurities, and as new, rich blood begins to flow in the vuns the unsightly sores nnd nther evidences of blood poison disappear; strength returns and Jou are forever rid of this loathsome disease. Our Home Treatment Hook on Contagious Dloud Potaon tells you all about lis symptoms, different stages, etc., of this disease. We wul mail you a copy free. if you need advice or special directions, write our phvsicians ; it will cost you nothing and may hasten your cure. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, GA. the: HELEN SATISFIES THE SMOKER'S OTHER CIGAR CAN. ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN FOR THE FAMOUS c CIGAR J. R. PENNINGTON & CO., i'i i'i 4j i Xit ri. i& ii ii i'i ii ii i'i .a. 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