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h f A THE BEAVER HERALD. VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895. NUMBER 10. CURRENT COMMENT. TnK supreme court holds that pen-i elon regulations nro entirely within tho control of congress; that no man lias n legal right to one. New Yonic city expects soon to have 1hc two finest hotels in tho world. The William Waldorf-John Jacob Astor feud has taken tho form of hotel rivalry, regardless of expense Twkntv-six states and territories thus far havo appointed commissions on national uniformity of law, nnd tho movement has reached a point whero Its future usefulness is assured. NEWS OF THE WEEK.' Boston is going to build a subway for the use of electric cars through tho most thickly settled and business parts of tlio clty."'i'hdundertaklng Is one of prcat magnitude and It is estimated that before It is completed it will cost at least 830,000,000. Tiik civil rights bill passed by tho late Oklahoma legislature did not be come a law becauso the governor re futed to 'sign it If it had become a law colored men could have obtained damages for being icfused admittanco to any public place. Gov. IIkxfhow, of Oklahoma, har. re fused to sign tho bill giving probato courts jurisdiction of divorce case's. Tills knocks out tho dlvorco lawyers nnd compels persons seeking divorces to come Into the district court in open session, Instead of allowing them to get divorces on the quiot any day in the week before some out-of-the-way probate judge. Waiiiikn 1'. Thompson, tho matri monial agent of Chicago, who claimed to be able to supply wives of dazzling beauty and unlimited wealth, was convicted In tho United States court in that city of using tho malls to defraud. He is tho pnbllsher of tho matrimonial paper, Heart and Hand, and got him belf into trouble by advertising heir esses at 25 cents apiece, thrco for hall & dollar. Thf. building in New York In which -was Nicolo Tesla's workshop was re cently burned. Its destruction comes just when it was whispered in tho sol entitle world that tho inventor was on the eve of ono of tho greatest of dis coveries connected with tho problem of improving the electric light It was feared that the disaster might result in tho physical collapse of tho great in ventor. Ho has long been in a state bordering on exhaustion through over work. Tiik combination of tho klnetoscopi with the phonograph, upon tho pcrfco lion of which Thomas A. Edison and his assistant, William IC. L. Dickson, have been working for soveral years has been made practical, and will be offered to tho public within a short time in tho shape of an instrumen which will show action and give pho nctlo expression synchronously. Tin combination, whilo now to tho public has been working in tho lidlson labora tory for some time. A commit! ki: of three, representing n dozen business men of New YorV city, will, within a fow days, leavi there for South America In ordei to Investigate reports of gold, pro clous sVoncs and coral that havo re cently been brought to their notice. II the investigators find what the reports bay exists, tho investors expect to real ize many millions each from tho ven ture. The reports tell of untold wealth. Gold In countless millions Is to be had for the mere taking. Diamonds, ru bies, sapphires and emeralds are in abundance. Qloanod By Tologrraph nnd Mali rr.nsoxAi. ani roi.tTicA.t Tiir.ltK was n report that tho Spanish unboat Alccdo had sunk an American ichooncr off tho Cuban coast and six teen people aboard had been drowned, out the state department at Washing con ha3 had no otllcial Information on thn subject and was inclined to put lit tle credence in tho rumor. Ionatius Donnelly and Sydney M. Owen, populist leaders in Minnesota, mado otllcial declaration that tho peo ple's party In that state would not join tho free silver coinage party. They ald tho people's party had always favored tho frco coinage of silver and had other plans In view which they ;ould not abandon. Tiik Italian lncldont tho recent lynching of Italians in Colorado ono of three international complications, Is practically closed so far as it in volves tho relations of tho United States and Italy, and instead of leav ing irritation and ill feeling the nilalr appears to havo resulted in further strengthening, tho friendly relations between tho countries, Mns. Hallinotox Booth and Adjt Edith Marshall, of the Salvation army, arrived nt Cincinnati on tho 10th on a llvo weeks' tour, during which they will (hold thirty-seven meetings in Pittsburgh, Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Galveston, Dallas, Wichita, To peka and Kansas City. Gen. Philip St. Gr.oitor. Cookij died at Detroit, Mich., on the 20th, aged 85 years. Ho had seen service in every field where American valor has been displayed for flfty-sevon years. Tin: nlnety-tlrst anniversary of tho birth of Gen. Neal Dow, tho American temperance reformer, was celebrated by all the temperance societies of Lon don. The meeting, which was remark able for enthusiasm, passed a resolu tion warmly congratulating Gen. Dow upon tho attainment of his ninety-first birthday and recording thetlecp appre ciation of tho meeting of his immeas urable service in tho causo of temper ance and prohibition to humanity. It was believed at Yokohama that the negotiations for peace between China and Japan would not bo successful. Tho army is the dominant power in Japan, and tho military men wero bent upon continuing the campaign. Fresh troops were being hurried forward. Final ratifications of tho new treaty between the United States and Japan were exchanged at Washington on tho 21st and nothing now remains to bo done but issue a presidential procla mation putting It into ctfect, when it will become a law. Tiik president on the 21st appointed ex-Congressman William M. Springer, of Illinois, United States judgo for the Northern district, and ox-Congressman Constantino 11. Kilgoro, of Texas, judgo for tho Southern district of the Indian territory. Additional news continues to be re ceived from Cuba of insurgent victqries in the east. The latest and most start ling is that Guillermou Moncada, the negro leader of a baud near Guantan amo, wants to turn the revolution into a race war. It is also reported that he surprised a largo dotachmont of Span ish troops near Guantanamo recently and completely routed them. In this An undertaker at Rod Key, Ind., claims that ho has secured from an old hermit a secret which will revolution ize tho art of embalming. A visit to tho hermit's cabin, which is in tho mountains of West Virginia, was paid by the undertaker and a friend. Up htairs wero three bodies which tho hermit baid ho obtained eight years ago. They looked as if death had come hut yesterday. Tho hermit also haa 1odles of different animals all looking as natural as life. Tho first experi ment witli tho fluid will bo made in a medical college in Baltimore, Md. FmK broke out in the yards of tho International Cotton 1'rcss Co., at Now Orleans on tho 21st, nnd was not ex tinguished until it had destroyed be tween 15,000 nnd 20,000 bales of eotton. Tho loss will probably exceed S-'50,- f 000, all covered by insurance. At Crippio Creek, Col., I remont anil Soleu McCloskcy, brother, who havo been in tho employ of the Union Min ing Co., wero arrested on tho charge of having stolen from the company dur ing the, past year 850,003 to 8100,000 worth of ore. Tiik excitement In the speculation In African mining shares was so intonso In London that brokers continued their dealings after regular trading hours. The mining speculation has become wilder than ever and prices go on ad vancing enormously. Many brokers are making fortunes out of the deal ings. Throckmorton street was full of warnings against n collapso that Is sure to come, but no attention was paid to them. At Homln y Post, near Guthrie, 0k Charles Wah-Rc-Ihc nnd Dick Hl-Kah-Mah-Kah, full-blood Osagcs, quarreled, nnd tho former struck tho latter on tho head with a club with such forco as to irush his skull and break his neck. The murderer was arrested. J tIAJIKH iAI.l WUS UII1UH3IIUU HUfll Perry, Ok., aud tilled with buckshot Ills body was soon afterwards found. William Stoval was arrested, charged witii tho crime, and there was consid erable talk of lynching him by tho ex cited people. H.vitiHKT Tallky, colored, was hanged by n mob near Petersburg, Tenn. She was suspected of burning tho residence of Mr. Marshall near there n fow nights ago, hence her un timely death. Youno GniFFO and Jack Hanley fought six llvoly rounds nt the South wick Athletic club, Philadelphia, on tho 20th nnd, whilo no decision wns given, tho contest ended decidedly in favor of Hanley. In San Frnncisco fire broke out in Kllborno's cooper shop nnd destroyed the entire plant and a big stable ad joining. Eight tine draft horses in tho stable were burned to death. Loss, 850,000. John L. Suli.ivn, ex-champion, says ho will challenge tho winner of the Kilraln-O'Donnell fight. It was reported that tho Irene, a schooner employed hi tho fish trade, had been fired upon by a Spanish cruiser that had followed it from Key West. Fla., to the high seas. Whether anv lives were lost was not known. In tho presence of 2,000 peoplo at the Suffolk Athletic club at Boston on the night of tho 18th Jake Kilraln, of Bos- ton, and Stevo O'Donnell, of Austrnlia, Corbett's sparring partner, fought eight rounds, and at tho close Refereo Patsy Shepard declared tho contest a draw. O'Donnell seemed to hnve the best of tho bout for tho first seven rounds, but In tho eighth and last ono Kllrain rallied and dazed tho Austra lian boy. Fouty saloonkeepers wpro arrested an the ISth at tho instigation of the taw and order league, of Cincinnati, for violations of thn Sunday closing .aw. No jury could bo secured to try ny of them aud all of the cases were a oiled. The Spanish cruiser Alfonso XII. re turned to Cadiz, Spain, on the 10th from a long search for the missing :ruiser Relna Regente, nnd brought THE NEW TAX LAW. Tho Ulll In Full dimming tho Tlmo of lnyliiK Tniw. County Treasurer Shnulil I'nste The Vol- lowing Information on n Cnnt In Their onire, Tor the lleuelU ol tlm Taxpayers. killed and wounded. battle, It is said, 20J Spaniards werel. juU confirraation 0( the worst fears for Thomas A. Edison means to learn something about nrgon, tho newly dis covered gaseous constituent of tho at mosphero. "To tell Iho truth," said the electric wizard, "the discovery of argon is n fresli cvldento of how littlo wo know of even tho com monest matters. Tho air lias been an alyzed over and over again for half a century without suspecting that it held any new elements." air. ktllson ex plained that his investigations concern ing his incandescent lamp showed him phenomena which could only bo ex plained on the hypothesis of a now clement Piiof. W. W. KEE.v.n well-known Phil adelphia surgeon, had n patient, ono of. whose legs wns paralyzed. Relieving that by tho use of a nerve from tho leg of an animal he could restore to ills patient the use of his lo,', Prof. Keen tent to tho city pound for a dog with which to make tho experiment The pound is controlled by tho Society for the Prcvontion of Cruelty to Animals, tho president of which is Mrs. Carolina K.irl White, who is opposed to vivisec tion, und sho positively refused to per mit him to havo ii dog, despite tho fact that the life of a human being depend ed upon It Mil. Moisky, of La Porte, Ind., served in tho Mexican war nnd also in tho civil war. For this latter servico he was granted a pension. When tho Wexiean pension law wns enacted ho applied for a pension, nnd it was granted, but ho was Informed that tho law would not permit of two pension? heing drawn, aud ho mustchooso which onJ ho would take. The Mexican pen Lion was tho larger, nnd ho took that, and tho other was stopped. He now claims the latter and will suo in the court of claims for the recognition oi his demands. Tho case is interesting to old soldiers of both wars. MISCELLANEOUS. At Palmer's mills, a lonely spot on Marvin's crsek, near Rradford, Pa., an aged couple wus tortured by masked men to make them tell whero their mono3' was. The robbers secured over 8(300. Tiik total number now known to have perished in the mine disaster at Red Canon. Wyo., on tho 20th Is sixty, of which flfty-ono wore married men and nine young men and boys. There nro fifty-ono widows and 250 orphaned childron as a result of tho disaster. Tiik six round contest between Joe Choynskl and Dan Creedon at Chicugo was a draw, no decision being given by tho refereo. Choynski had all the best of it, except in ono round. Ho knocked Creedon down twice, brought tho blood In a stream from his nose and had his man vory tired and going when the ilxth round closed. Tiik diamond cutters from Holland, for whom the Immigration authorities had been on tho lookout, arrived at New York on the 21st on tho steamship Majestic There wero 125 of them. They wero Bent to Kills island, sus pected of being contract laborers, and if that can bo proved they will bo sent back in accordance with tho decision of Secretary Carlisle that diamond cut ting was not a now Industry, and that those- coming under contract wero to bo treated ns nny other contract labor ers. At Newcastle, Pa., flvo masked rob bers entored tho house of John Mc Millan, bound and gagged tho hired man and threo women, and wnited nearly two hours for tho roturn of McMillan. When ho camo ho was bound to a board and placed head lownward against tho wall, whilo tho robbers threatened him with instant death unless he divulged the hiding place of his money. He had deposited 81,000 in a bunk recently, and had no money. After burning his feet with hot conls uid whipping him unmerci fully tho rutlUns left The report of the commander of the Spanish man-of-war that tired on tho American schooner, Alllauca, has been mado public. He says tho Allianca hoisted a British Hag and ho tired at nor to make her heave to, as she was anly VA miles off tho coast of Cuba. I'ho captain and the officers of tho Al lianca, however, deny these statements ind have mado affidavits, which will bo forwarded to Washington, that the Allianca was Hying the American en lgn. An explosion of giant powder oo jurred iu the Verde, Mex., mine on the ISth which killed four minors am! wounded ono fatally. Tho men were olown with terrific force against the tkles of tho mine nnd crushed out of tvU icinblance to humanity. tho lost vessel. Tho Relna Regento was found sunk not far from tho straits it Gibraltar. Only twenty Inches of the masts wero above tho water. Not i soul of tho -120 men on board escaped is far as can be learned. Divers will try to recover the bodies of the crew. TIIK V.A.TISST. Kansas Citv, Mo., Mar. 24. A spcslal fiom Topehn, Knn., says: Un less tho judgment of Piofessor W. S. Mayo, veteriuiirinn at the stale agri cultural college, is nt" fault pleuio pneumoula has been located in Kansas. The dread disease is sa'd to have mado its appearance in Geary, Wabaunseo and Morris counties. Governor Morrill has asked that an export be sent from Washington lo verify Professor Mnyo's diagnosis. Tahlequah. I. T., March 21 Wal ter Hark was hunged In tho jail hero yesterday, for tho niurdnr of Johnsou Rees in Going Shako district several years ago. On the scaffold Dark mado n short talk in which ho said ho uas innocent of the murder and 'hat ho killed Rees to keep tho latter from robbing him. Lkavknwoiith, Kan., March 14 James Howard, turnkey at tho Kansas state penitentiary, was tomahawked by an Indian convict who is serving sen tcuco for murder committed in the territory. The Iudian hud been nt work with n l.ntchct and Howard who was near turned his back, aud at that Instant tho Indian sank his blade into Howard's skull, intlictiug a fatal UOUIlll, Ai.iiuq.uehq,ue, N. M., March 21. Jim Turner, who was arrested nt Ros well last Monday afternoon by Sheriff C. C. Perry, as the notorious Jim Turn-e-, alleged partner of outlaw Hill Cook, hits been brought hero. The prisoner ndmitled that his name is Jim Turner but says lio wns never in the Indian territory, does not know Hill Cook, nnd cannot imagluo vhy ho wns attested. Marshal Hall and Slier iff Poiry are confident Hint he is tho man wanted nnd will hold him hero until on officer fioin tho Indian Terri tory arrives to identify him. Topeka, Kan., Marcli 21. Governor Mori 111 bus announced tho following appointments on tho hoard of public woiks: Sol Miller, Troy; JohnSeaton, Atchison; Miehuol Beery, Topeka. Chicago, Clinch 24. In lis annual report Chief of Pollco lirenuan declares tho Debs strike mi uulmportuut affair. The most nunoylng clement consisted of hulf-grswn boys who wero determ ined to do mischief. Ho bays there was no trouble whore there were no troops. Tho trouble was attributed to the United States marshals. Tho following is nn oftlctnl copy of the tux law, nnd Is printed for the ben bcneflt of county treasurers nnd for general Information:" SUBSTITUTE FOR HOUSE HILLS NOS. 11 AND 542. AN ACT Amendatory to Section 11, Article 0. und Suctions 1. 3. 8, 0. 10 nnd 13 of Article 10, nnd Section 1 of Article 11. All of Chnpter 20, Statutes of Oklahomn, Untitled Revenue. He it Enacted by tho Legislative As sembly of IhoTcrritory of Oklahoma: Section 1. That section 11, nrtlclo 0, of chapter 20 of the Stntutos of Okla homa of 1803, tho samo being running section 5042, bo and tho s.nno is hereby amended to toad as follows: Section L8i)42. No demand of taxes shall be neeessiry, but it snail be mo iiuty ui every person subject to taxation under this law to nttcud tho treasurer's office at thn county seat and pay his tnxes; and if any person neglect to so attend and pay his taxes until after they havo becomo delinquent, tho treasurer Is directed and required to collect the samo in tho manner provided by inw; Provided, however, that in case any person owing taxes who lcmovcs from nii3 county in tills territory, the county treasurer shall forward such tax claim to tho treasurer of tho coun ty to which such poison Is removed, nnd such tnxes shall be collected by the county treasurer of tho latter plnce nsother taxes and roturned to tho proper county loss legal charges. Sec. 2. That section 1 of nrtlclo 10, of the same chapter, tho name being running section 5013, bo und the samo is heieby nmended to read as fbllows: On the first Monday of August 1805, nil tnxes assessed in tho year 1S91, nnd then unpaid, shall then bo delinquent, unless otherwUo ordered by the county commissioners, us In this act provided. All taxes levied after tho year 1831 shall bo payable one-half on tho first Monday in January next after the date of tho lew, and tho remaining half on the first Monday of August following. Any peison chaiged with taxes on tho tnx-bnoks in th-3 hands of the county treasurer, other than tho tax levied in the year 1S91, may a'- ills option, pay the full amount thereof, on or before the flrsi Monday in January in vach year and receive a robato of 2 per cent, on one-half of said tax, or he muyjiay one hulf on tho third Monday in De cember and tho remaining half thereof on the third Monday in June, next en suing, nnd if any part of tho said first half of sold toxes remains unpaid after the first Monday in Jnnuary, tho vth61e amount of taxes charged against such person fulling to pay tho first half of said tax, as hereinbefore provided, shall become delinquent, undu penalty of 2 per cent, shall at onco bo attached thereto and shall bo collected ns pro vided by law, nnd nil tnxes duo and unpaid on tho thin' Monday in De cember in eacli year shnll be subject to hnvo added thereto, as a penalty, tho two per cent, before provided. If one half the taxes bo paid on tho third Monday in December und tho remain ing half be unpaid on tho third Mon day in Juno, next ensuing, tho sumo shnll become delinquent and shall bo subject to tho penalties nnd be collect ed in tho manner provided by law. To all taxes, nfter delinquent, in addition to the 2 per cent, hereinbefore pro vided, there shall be added as a pen alty, ono per cent on tho amount thcicof on tho first day of each mouth for the first thrco months, and 2 per cent, a month to bo added on tho first day of each month for the second three months after delinquent, and 5 per cent per month shall bo added on ths first dn of each month thereafter un til the taxes tiro satisfied. The county clerk of each county on the first Tutn- day iu January and August of each year, or as soon thereafter us possiblo, shall plnco on tho tnx roll of the coun ty in separate columns, and opposite each description of property upon which the taxes then lemalu duo nnd unpaid, tho amount of penalty then to be udded to such tuxes, ashereinbefoio piovlded, nnd shall charge tlij union n of penalty to tho county treasurer; Provided, All penalties shall be ci edited to the county fund and nil rebates charged to the sumo fund. Sec. 3. That section 3 of said article 10, tho samo being running section 5015, bo nnd samo is hot eby amouded to lead as follows: Section 5015. All taxes on personal property that re main duo and unp.tid on the third Monday in December and on the third Monday in June, respectively, may be collected in the following manner: 'J he county treusuier ahull, between tho 10th und 30th of Jnnuary, nnd be tween tho 10th and 20lh of July, re spectively, issue -a warrant under his hand and directed to tho sheriff, com manding him to levy tho amount of such unpaid taxes und tho penalty therein, together with tils lawful fees for collecting the sau.o on the chattels belonging to tho person or persons owing such tuxes, or to whom such tuxes wero assessed, und on collecting the same to pay tho amount so collect ed into the county treasury und malio jeturnsof such warrants within sixty days from the date of Issue; provided, that tho treasurer shall mail each de linquent a stutement of Jils personal tax at least thirty days before putting such delinquont tux warrant into tho hands of tho sheriff; nnd, provided, further, that to the tax of such delin quent shull be added the expense of such notification. 'Iho Mierltl on re- .celpt of such tax warrants, is author the sale of peisonal property on exe cution. Section 4. That Feclion 3 of said nrtlclo 10, tho samo being running sec tion 5050, bo ntiumdcd to rend us fol lows: Section 5050. Tho tieasurcr shall, in all enses whero taxes arc a Hen on real ptopcrty and unpaid on the thitd Monday of October, pro ceed to advertise and soil such ronl estate for sucli taxes nnd costs us here inafter provided, and shall not be bound before mi doing to proceed to collect by salo of personal property tnxes on pei sonnl property which are bv this net inndo u lien on really, hut shaft Include such pel sonnl lux with that due on the realty, and shall sell tho reulty for nil of said taxes. Sec. 5. That section 5 of said article 10, tho Bnmo being running tectum 5051, bo nnd tho same is herd y iimond ed to read ns follows: bed Ion 5051. Tho treasurer shull give notice of tho snlo of rcnl property by the public ttlon thereof onco n weelt for threo consecu tive weeks, cninniencing after tho third Monday iu October preceedlng the snlo, in some newspaper lu the county, and if there is no piper published In his county ho shall give notice, by written or printed notices posted on the door of tho court house or building In which courts aie com monly held, or nt tho usunl place of meeting of the county commissioner; such notice shnll contain a notification thnt all lnnds on which the luxes of thejear (naming It) remain duo nnd unpaid will bo sold und tho lime and plnco of sale; and wild notice must contain n list of tho hinds to be sold aud the amount of taxes duo. Tho county tieusuier shnll chnrgo nnd collect In addition to tho tuxes and Intel ost und ponnlty, tho snm of twenty-live cents on each truct of renl properly und ten cents on eueh town lot advertised for sale, which sum shnll bo paid hito tho county tieusuier and the county shall puy the cost of publication, but In no cusq shall the county bo liable fur mora than the amount charged to tho delin quent lam's for advertising. Sec. 0 That section 10 of said arti cle 10, the same being tunning section 51)52, be ur.l the samti is hereby amended to rend us follows: Section 505.2. On the third Monday in Novem ber of each year, between the hours of 0 o'clock n. m. aud 0 o'clock p. m. the treasurer Is dlicctcd lo offer nt public sulo at tho tteiiMircr'h office, whero by law tho tuxes are inndo payable, nil lauds, town lots or other real property which shall be llublo for tnxes of any dcsciiption which shnll bo Hnble for taxes for thu pieeeedlng year or years, nnd which shall remain duo and un paid, and ho may adjourn the sumo from day to day until all the lands, lots or other real pioporty havo been offered, wild no taxable property shall be exempt from levy and sale for de linquent taxes. Section 7. Thnt section 13 of said article 10, the tnine being running sec tion 5(155, be and the same is hereby amended to rend ns follows: Section 5055. On or before tho second Monday of January following the sale of real properly, the treasuiei is inquired to tile iu tho olllce of thu county clerk of his county a lulurn of ills sulo of luutl, letuiiiijg u copy lu his ollico, showing thu hind sold, the names of iho pur chusuis, and tho sums p.iid by lliem, und also u copy of-.lhe iioiiee of sale, with u certificate of tho udvcrtlsmout verified by ulliduvit, nnd such coriifl- cuto shail be evidence, of the reguluii- ty of thu pioceodlngs. Section il. That section I of urlielo 11 In said chapter, thu samo bel'ig run ning section 507,', uu amended to rend us follows; Section 5072. Thu treas urer of tho several counties shall pay into the lerrltoi ial treasury nil funds in their hands belonging thereto, on .or before the fit st Monday of Februa ry und on or bufoio tho first Monday of September iu encli year, and nt such other times us the territorial treasurer may require, which shall not be ofteuer than nt the times ho shull make his quurterly reports lo the county board, and tho funds so paid in shall bo tho identical toirltorial war rants, if nny, received by tho treasurer for the payment of tho tax, or iu coin, or iu treasury notes of the United States; and tho said treasurer shall send such warrants and money to, the terrltotial tieusuier by express, for which lie shall bu allowed tho actual oxpouto foMraustulttlug thu same mid no moie. Sec. 9. That tho tnxes becoming delinquent on the first Monday of April of tho year lb9i, and by this net nude to bu payable and dulliiqueint on thu first Monday in August, 1&95, shall lu all casus become delinquent and collectable as in this net provided. Profidcd, however, that the board of county conuniisioners of nny county in this territory may by ordor entered of record provide thnt tho tuxes paya ble iu the jear lS'JI shall become de linquent on the first Monday of April of thnt year, and when so provided, that taxes in such counties shall be come due, delinquent and collectable as provided in article 10 of chnpter 70 of tho statutes of Oklahoma, bv-foro tho samu was amended by this act; Provided further, thnt all sales of realty for the non-payment of delin quent taxes iu thoso counties shull, in any event, bo governed by tho pro visions of tills act. Sec. 10, This uct shull bo iu forco ufter its passage mid np- fcKW 'ff.iMS W S?m YW2fV A7 Y. M. BritlNOElL SPRINGEM AND KILGORE. Tho Two i:i.t:nuri'niim Nnmril for lh luillnn Territory ,inli;rhli Other Nom ination. Washington, March '22. Tho presi dent to-day nominated Wllllnm M. Springer, of Illinois, and Constantino lluclclcy Kilgoro, of Texas, to be United States judges for tho Northern nnd Southern districts of the Indian terri tory. Tho two Indian 3 territory judge ships nro newly cro fted offices estab lished by nn net of tho Inst congress, framed for tho pur pose of checking In n tnensurii tho great spread nnd growth of lnwlessncss nnd crlmo In tho Indian territory, which had becomo n rofugo of robbers nnd outlaws. The now judges nro well-known ox congressmen. Mr. Springer served In thu houso of representatives for ninny years ami tooit a prominent pnrt in debates ns ono of tho democratic leadors. Ho was chairman of tho banking nnd cur runcy commltteo in the last congress nnd of tho wnys und mctns commit tee in tho preced ing congress. llo hns nlwnys kept up his legal rcndlntf nnd hns been counsel beforo tho United Stntcs supremo court in mnny cases during his congressional career. Soon nfter his defeat for congress in tho Inndslido of tho Inst election ho was tendered tho supremo court practlco of one of tho principal Granger roads, nnd hnd its accept ance under advisement for some time. He owns a house in Washington nnd is fairly well-to-do. Judgo Kilgoro served In thu last four congresses and attract ed a great donl of nttontlon by renson of his vigorous personality and fre quent objections to various bills. Ho is n Georglnn by birth nnd CO years of ago. Ho served in tho lato war, and his courage, it is behoved, will in alto him useful in dealing with the lawless oldment who must bo tried In tho In- dinn territory courts. The president nlso mado theso nddl tlonnl appointments: United States mnrshals Samuel M. Rutherford, of tho Indian territory, for the Northern district; Luclen L. Stowe, of tho Indian territory, for tho South ern district United States attorneys James V. Walker, for tho Contrnl district; An drew C. Cruco, of tho Indian territory, for thu Southern district IIICHIGAN'S BENEFACTOR in Oft Bopontod story of Truo Philanthropy. iYhnt Ch. II, Ilncklrr Has Done for Western Michigan. sr fly c. I). Kir.noni!. 'from Grand Rapid), Jfkh., Ectnlnj Prtii.) Tho most beautiful spot in nil this city is nseparably associated with tho namo of dackloy. Chas. II. Hacliloy has been in tho Umber business hero continuously sinco 19.V) und In that tlmo hns nmnsscd a fortune vhlch gives him rating among tho wealthy non of tho nation. Dut with wealth thcro lldnotcomo that tightening of tho purao ttrings which Is gonornlly a marked char ictcrlstlc of wealthy men. It is not a wonder then that the name of Charles II. Hackloy is known nt homo nnd luronil. His munlflcoiico to Muskegon alono represents nn outlay of ncarlyhulf a million. For tho past twenty years he has been a :oiistnnt snflorec from nourolglu and rhou mntlsm, nlso numbnoss of tho lower limbs, to much so thnt It has sorioualy Interfered ivltti his pleasure la llfo. For homo tlmo past his friends' havo noticed that ho has loomed to grow young again and to hav recovered tho health which ho hod In youth. To n reporter for tho Press Mr. Hackloy explained tho secret cf this transformation. "I havo sulforod for over 20 years," ho said, 'with pains In my lowor limbs so severely, that tho ouly rollef I could got at night wni by putting cold water couiprcsscs on my limbs. I was bothered mora at night thoc In tho day time. Tho nournlgic nnd rheu matic pains in ray limbs, which had been growing in intensity for yean, finally bo camo chronic I mado threo trips to the Hot Springs with ouly partial rollof and then fell back to my original state. I couldn't sit still nnd my sufferings began to iiiaku llfo look very bluo. Two years ago Inst Hcptcmbcr I noticed an account of Dr Williams' Pink l'llls for l'nlo Peoplo nnd what tbny had done for others, nnd soma t-asos so nearly resembled mlno that I was intorostoti, bo i wrototo ono wno una given a testimonial, nn cmlnont professor of music In Canada. Tho reply I received was oven itrongcrthnn tho printed tcstlmonlnlnndlt javo mo faith lu tho tnoilicino. "I boifim taking tho pills nnd found them to bo nil that the professor had told mo thoy would bo. It was two or thrco months be fore I oxporloncod nny pcrccptlblo better ment of my condition. My dlsonaownsot uch long standing that I did not expect tpoody recovory and wns thankful oven to o rellovod. I progrossod rapidly, however, owards recovery and for tho lust six months lavo felt myself n perfectly well man. I lave recommended tho pills to many people md am only too glad to assist others to lonlth through tho medium of this wonder 'ul modlclno. I cannot say too much for jvhnt It has done for mo " Ur. Williams' Pink Plus contain all tho llomonU necessary to give new llfo nnd ichuoss to tho blood and rcstoro shattered lorves. Thoy are for sale by all druggists, ir mnv ho lnul hv mall from Dr. Williams' ir-ll-l t h U..!....-.,......!.. T IT .. lcuicmu umimti, ocuuuwbuu.v, ai. jl. Wo. per box, or six boxes for 2 50. ,for .,..,1 tn Vrn lin innlA Oil the OrOKCrtV !of tho tnx naver nnd sell the samo in tho manner aud form as provided for from und proval. (Signed) John II. I'itzkii, President of the Council. (Signed) C. M. H WINKS, Speaker of thu House. Approved March 8th, 1893. William C. Hknfiiow, Governor. A CONFERENCE. Tho l'rrnhlent unit lilt Advlaers Detiste KnglnmrVi Nicaragua Ultimatum. Washington, March 33. For threo hours yesterday nfternoon tho presi dent. Secretary Gresham nnd Secretary Carlisle wero in close conference nt tho white house. It Is known that tho sub ject under consideration was tho ag gressions of Great Ilritaln In South America. The president nnd Ills ofil jlal advisers look upon Groat Ilrltain's demands on Nicaragua and Venezuela with the greatestconcern. and a formal remonstrance has been mado by this government to Great Ilrltain ngnlnst the ultimatum of that government to Nicaragua. There Is reason to boliovu that tho llrltlsh government is stubborn nnd has intimated nn in tention of protecting the rights nnd property interests of llrltlsh subjects in Nicaragua and Venezuela. There Is no division of sentiment in tho cablnot as to tho proper course for this coun try to pursue under tho circumstances. Tho Monroe doctrino must bo main tained. Great Ilritaln must not bo ill lowed to in alto a Matnbcleland of Ven ezuela, or nn Egypt of Nicaragua. It is suspected that at a conforenco between the president, tho secretary of stato nnd tho secrotary of tho treasury yesterday afternoon an amplified dis patch to Great Ilritaln was draughted In which tho Monroe doctrino was forcibly reaffirmed und pthaps broad ened. THE WYOMING DISASTER. Later lleportu l'laco the Number of Head nt blxtjr. EvanstoN, Wyo., March 22. Tho to tal number now known to havo per ished In tho mine disaster at lied Canon Wednesday evening Is sixty, of which fifty-ono uro married men and nine young tnon and boys. There nro fifty ono widows and 25U orphaned children ns a result of tho disaster. About thirty of tho men belonged to tho A. O. U. W lu which order they wero in sured for 82,000 apiece. There nro thirty-eight unrccovcrcd bodies in the mine. Tho greater part of tho men who have perished are covered with debris at tho seventh level whero thoy wero gathered awaiting the car. Work is being pushed with all possible speed to recover thu dead. There Is no Uro in tho mine. Tho timbering is largely blown out nnd tho walls and roof of tho whole in terior arc wrecked and scattered so that tho volunteer searching party now seeking tho bodies of their com rades are every moment in danger of being burned. VALUABLE LITERARY FINDS. A iiithkiito unknown work by Lcss ing on .flSsop's fables was recently dis covered by Prof. Richard Forrester, of Hreslau, In tho university library of that place. An English translation of "Tho Thibetan Llfo of Jesus," which M. Notovich, tho Ilusslnn traveler, says ho discovered in a Lnmnlst monastery in tho Himalayas, will bo published soon. Two pilAOMKNTAHV copies of hitherto unknown editions of "Tyndnlo'o New Testament" hnvo como to light in Eng land; tho llrltlsh museum experts as sign thcra to tho yotirn 1334 and 1535, respectively. A MANuacmrT conclusion to Gogol's "Dead Souls," is suid to hnvo been dis covered roccntly at Kaluga, in Ilussla. Gogol burnt his own original himself in a fit of disgust, but a copy remained In tho possession of tho man who copied for .him, who Is still alive, and has sent it to a Russian journal. THE SCULPTOR'S ART. TnAcnnn "Johnnie, did you look in the dictionary fnrthesiellIni;ufi'H'loue'" John nlo "Yct'm: I read tho first tea luges an' I couldn't find It no plu.-o." lntct Ocean, MiLLioXAUtE "Honesty, my son, Is al ways tho best policy" Ills Bou-"Well, maj bo it Is, father; but still you've docs pretty well." Tit-Bits. Women Tukliic Out Naturalization Tuners. Atciiisov, Kun., March 22. Thore Is so much interest In the coming local election that tho women of foroign birth nro taking out naturalization papers. Fifteen took out their first papers yesterday, nnd a lurgo number is expected to take them out beforo closlug of tho polls Saturday evening. Four times as many women havo registered this year, as ovur before, but their activity is the result of tho labors of experienced men poli ticians Equal suffraslsts havo nover been ablo to work up much enthusiasm. Fon a charity festival in Brussels re cently, the sculptors got up n novel ex hibition of statuss executed in snow in ono of tho parks. CumouBLY enough a huge statue of Li Iluntf Chang, ordered and paid for in his most prosperous days, has just been finished in Germany. It Is but eight years sinco Leopold Von Hanke, tho German historian, died, but the hundredth anniversary of Ills birth is already at hand. It is pro posed to celebrate It by erecting a mon ument to him at Wlcho, !n Prussian Saxony, his birthplace. A bust of John Couch Adams, who tharos with Loverrier tho honor of dis covering tho planet Ncptuno, has been tet up opposite tho bust of Sir John Hurocholl, in tho great hall of St John's college, Cambridge, tho college of which both astronomers were fel lows. John Wh.kes'Iiouso InPrinco's court, Westminster, where ho was arrested for tho publication of tho famous No. 15 of the North Britain, has been torn down to make way for new buildings. Tho warrant served upon Wilkes In tills houso was tho last "general war rant" ever enforced in England. ADOUT THE OPERA. "Ninon Lenclos," a now opera by 31. Edmond Mlssa, a pupil of Massenet, was yecently produced nt tho Paris Opera Coralquo with success. Tho musia is slid to bo Wagnerian In character. IlEitn IIUMi-EitDiNCK, according to tho Frankfurter Zcltung, has refused $3,000 for two years' royalties on "Haensel and Grctcl" for Vienna alone; by tho end of this year ho will havo mado $50,000 out of tho opera. A sew four-act opera by F. II. Cowcn, entitled "Harold, tho Last of tho Saxpns," will bo produced at Drury Lano this season Tho llbrotto la written by Sir Edward Malot, tho Brit ish ambassador to Berlin. A new operetta by Audrcan, tho com poser of "La Mascotto" and "Olivette," has just been produced with bucccts at the Bouiles Parisians. It Is called "La Duchesso do Fcrraro." Thu char acters aro chiefly art students and artists' models. Bauv opera having proved successful ncrr Ilucipordlnck, tho composer of "Haensel and Grotol," ha3 just com plctsd another fairy tnlo called tho "lloyal Infants." after a story by E. Rosmer, in which, as In his llrs,t opcru, tho two leading parts arti written for women, who rcproaont children. 91 ,