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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 August 1895

55 ;4 ""r T(T" T,""t . r .-5' ... .ji? .' ' 4 THE BEAVHE HERALD 8tt IV i VOL. I, BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1895. NO. 29. rc i n , w yun -gfc, -1. M CURRENT COMMENT. CmcAOo's directory shows that St hm Wore people thrn New York city anil her school enrollment shows '25,009 more children at school than In the enstcrniclty. OrnciAi.s-of the Pullman and Wagner companies say that the business of their sleeping and parlor cars for Juno unJ July -rms tho largest In the history of the corporations. Tins year's corn yield promises to ho ly far the greatest ever gathered. Tho stimato Is 2,400,000,000 bushels. In nearly all the western corn state tho prospects are unusually good. Tim governors of twenty states have felgnlfled their IntenUort-oI. attending tho i Chlckarau)ju6kTPrtJ"ocaicatlon In September. The governors of Kansas and Missouri are among the number. "Wihtr fish of marketable size are rapidly disappearing from Lake Erlo mid Ontario. It has been 'tho custom to...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 August 1895

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 August 1895

ITijwmuf r-u 6U5 f44- s PUBLISHED JimiY TIIURSDAV. Entered at postoffice at BeaTer 0. T. as second oIum matter April 12, I8!)j. 1EKMS - - - ADTSUrlBINO lUlLS plication. - fj.00 PP.lt YEAU. made known on op- OFFICIAL DIREC1QRY GoTernor Win. C. flenfrow. Secretory, .,... T.J. Lowe. Attorney General C A. Qalbraltu. Assistant Attorney General.... llojr Hoffman. U. 81 Marshall Edward V. N'U. U. S. Attorney Caleb H. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. f A. 0. C. Bierer. I J u3. II. Burhrd.f Auociate Juiilices.... i 11. W. Scott. IJ. L. MoAtce. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probile Judge Carter Traoy Clerk Dyke Baltinger Sheriff , . . . . F. D. Hcaly Treasurer. ..., J, C. Williamson Attorney '. (J. 11. Wright Register of Deeds Dyke Ballingvr Eupt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Ulanchard Surveyor U. 0, Barbco Ccroncr N. A. l'eckham f F. J. . i H. B. 1 Leo II Birdsall. Q. I'utman. Jsmmisstoners. Howard. C.K.&W TIMETABLE UOlMi EAST. Leaves Englcwosd ....3.55 a. u. An Ives at Wichita 2.30 p.m. hoinq wesr. 'vees...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 August 1895

,rtirtatliaWi.,ifcat, iat w; iu i U i w ir THE COLORED SUNS. riuiU That Hare a PlaralltT of Varta gated tjamtnarlea. For hundreds of years It has been the dream of the speculative astronomer to prove that Hie exists in some form on part or all of the millions of stars which, surround us. For ages, says the St. Louis Republic, men believed that our globe was the center of all things, and that the stars and planets moved about it lilce the automatic celestial bodies In an observatory. To-day it is positively known that our little world Is but a grain of sand Coating in the great of space, and that myriads of other similar grains, some smaller and some larger, also float in the same ethereal ocean, and hare so floated for millions of years without coming in collision with each other. So, too, it Is with the sun. Some Imagine that the great, warm, braren orb which is Just now forcing spring up the valley Is the only one In the great universe. Astrono mers believe differently, and have p...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 August 1895

BEAVER HERALD. o A I fc;& ; - VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1895. NO. 30. THE CURRENT COMMENT. Tar. rice In the south promises to bo tiver 2,000,000 bags, the largest crop yet recorded. Thk square or main part of Gen. tlrnnt's tomb at Xow York lins been finished nnd the memorial will stand complote In nnothcrycar. Consul Doedkiii.in at Licpsic, Ger many, has mado a report to the state department upon the manufacture nnd tiso of electric plows in that country. Ho showed Hint the plows are operated by electricity much cheaper than by ttcam. The record of train accidents In Juno Includes 40 collisions, SIS derailments and four other accidents, n total of 09 accidents, in which 35 persons wero .killed nnd 83 injured. All nccldcnts which caused no deaths or injuries to persons are omitted. Extended Investigations of much Im portance to the commercial interests of the United States, having In view the determination of the possibility of growing1 flax In this...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 August 1895

'Q I K W r TTcxnnss! $tcr - gtraluY Official County Paper. LILT and DOLLI TVEIRIIT Editor an J Proprietor. I coxai.sio.VEiM,j:oJXEiux;s. iv r. r . T Jiaty H. v. TtrjVrii ?l'irtj fjtmiatt met la Jfaatsrt al I t'ek p. a. JTera IHialiaHawd lwmm. mpadMi f Mt Kwr aW t Howard, aa-xafcer f ibe Hoars. -rstutT WJntll wa eteeu-4 tiaataiarj (fealnrmi Oa nlti tin Itoxrt trreJ tftj 7erV4ek H. m. TI Hoard eet si T oBrivfc p. a Pre! IMrJaati al r ua : a Hoirt. Sto- UMefcatr. ' Tlte Bcatl xaaoV Ibe Mtoirt&c rer: And now tat Uy tbe Reri of CewgSy 0vlM-i bare di :Mnt t But aa pMeaMa to the Mitrkt Com Va se eiy i Urttt ta pay M IV itraVaVrda-ss af Bettvrf csuety sw l&carTe, as rrmBteif by eat . ' tiaatltnt- nmiit', aa4 afaer e exaaataat J tkctaftratltaat ilUtna tweet e- tare tesae4 tknr taniml ao4 . -.- .pvarMra. aava tar aF , v , DittrlrtCMr: lutlacaWiriaWta-eKtfc dr ( oTOrUrbrT.A. D HK.ailbeaVty afa ohirk be win bur a 1 4e milftt eh baaVaaraWaa ItltoMertal thai aMUa-Ve tl f M.M ap I Heatftva...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 August 1895

""' '!,? ' nt' WK r K rt lfww i"ft LMMUJWsfllWal WWPHtlM'tWlWtT jmimm m jyrwMttttsuimimK!mswmtmmymanmftrmsw, hi gjfcatw Jentlct runusm:D ey-kiiv tiiursdav. Entered At posiolllco nt Denver 0. T. m second class mutter April 12, 18!."i, TEllMS - - - - $1.00 l'KR YUAU. Aiiv1:nni.so jutes made known on np plication. 0FF1 CIA L 1)1 UK LI OR Y Governor, Wrn. c. Kcnfiow. Eecrctnry T.J.Lowe. Attorney Gcucral C A. Golbraitb. Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Iloflinau. U. S. Marshall L'dward 1). Nix. U.S. Attorney Caleb U.llrooks. Chief Juslico Frank Dale. fA. Q. C. Merer. ( Jan. II. llurford.t Associalo Justices. ... -I II. W. 8cott. I.J. L. McAteo. - - - - COUNTY OFFICERS. Probata Judgo Carter ""racy Clerk Dyke llallingcr Sheriff F. D. Hcaly Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney C. It. Wright Itegislcr of Deeds Dyke Bnllinger Bupt. of Schools Mrs. 11. 13. Dlanchard Surveyor II. 0. Barbco Coroner N. A. 1'eckhatn f F. J. Kirdsall. Hemmissioners -j II. K. G. Putman. I.oe Howard, C. K. & W T...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 August 1895

i TO CHINESE ETIQUETTE. tt It Terr Klaatlo and rarmtta at an 0 esaionat Brwe-h. Dont be frightened by the tremend ous formality that tho books talk bout. In half an hour, if you arc pay yourself, every constraint disappears and Jollier companions could uot bo found. They have that prnulne polite ness that annihilates constraint, says a writer in Temple Bar. Vull of tact they do not press you with attention or observe by tho slightest slfcn your mistakes in language or etiquette, un less your mistake is so obvious as to make noa-observaucc forced. I remember onco I vas endeavoring to get hold of a ea-slug away in the middle of the table; when I did (Trip it with tho chopsticks I cut it in half; one mlnnte; no notice. I pot one, and dropped it half way: no remark, except a lively continuation of the conversa tion. I tried ujriln I was fond of thorn. My under chopttlck slipped, and I flipped the soup and half a ship across the table. "Allow me," said my host; "that's a slippery custome...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 August 1895

' "ViWFW 'r'JsqrtfrSzfif1 ,1 v T - OUK: fi-H wl . 1 '- k . . ,5 - ,5, "" n81 3i. VOL. I. BEAVEtt, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY AUGUST 22,1895. !- ' , Sif t - 'Wr BEAfVEp Hftfi IftiA T ill - mv " tbw 1 .a m m m 1 ". 4$ K K CURRENT COMMENT. Thk RothRchlhl banking family ni-8 Enid to control 31,f00,000,ooo. TllK Are loss In the United Stntei for seven months of lfe05 was $75,f82, COO, against STT.OiO.'.'OO In lt-'Jl and SOS, ,101,300 In 1S93. In n mound near San Juan, Met, there has just been unearthed the skel eton of n giant man, who evidently be longed to a prehistoric race. The length of the skeleton Is l'i feet 7 inches. ' At Dr. A. 11. Simpson's Christian Al liance meeting on the 11th, at Old Orchard, Me., 805,000 vsrc plc-'cd for -' missionary work. This was the largest f .collection ever tahon.instho world In a, J Mngle.dny, forunlftshinrerpnrwsc , ' A I.kaihno electrician hays that elec tric locomotives will be cheaper and Rwlfter than steam locomotives, nnd that If tracks arc...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 August 1895

ar W- ijgiAi-' Kinjyumaa"! i iwatMirwrr -- OfTIcIal County Papar. I.ILV and IMU.I.V WKIU1IT KJilnrjc and I'roprleton. Coin's Financial School. IIV W. II. UAltVKV. irilifr lii I'm; by Onije PtrBUuu.xa I O. MH. ClAOC MAKTrf AN ADMISSION. .Mr. Gage ro and raid: "Wiiit jon bare said about the com urrcial tj'ue iflffr n(5 ;ild bring maintained at parity under a fiisl ratio, list been clue tn i'ic enlarged use r.I llit-M Iwii metal, as mnney, tinder a frv o.itiajjr law adopted liy llm principal (uiiciii nl' (he Ki'rM. International lii- ( iimliliMn iruulil (tu wliat jun fay. Hut 1 lie United State alone could Did main tain llie parilt nfllic two metal. Sil ver would l llir cheaper, and puld would tear1 it. We would liarr no vredit abroad, and total ileranjretrenl iifour cmnmrrM wodld follow. And In thin rpect ywl hare not Mtiefrtor ily answered rnj question.' 'Then, Mr. Ctnge, ' eaid Coin, " Hre, do , thai the commercial value if eilver and cold can lie maintained at i.ir n fiTMt r-.li,. ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 August 1895

v " , fr. Yv l'lrnusiiKu m.ut tijursimv. Entered x puiiolfirp nl Hcmer 0. T. as second rlasi mailer April 10. 1SW. TEllMfl - - - f 1 W l'i:il VHAH. AimniniNci iutm tn n J 0 known an ap plication. o m cv,t , v:c lojiv Governor Win, 0. Henfrow. Becreltry T.J. Lowe. Attorney flenerat C A. flaltiraitb. AwiiUnt Attorney fJeneral.... Hoy HotTnifin. U. S. Marshall lMiranl I). Sit. II. S. Attorney Caleb It. Ilrooka. fjulef Ju-tlce Frank Dale. f A. a.C. Biercr. I .Hi. It. llurforJ. Associate Justices. . . . -J H. W. Soott. i. L. McAlee. COUNTY OFFICERS. t'robaU Judge... Carter ""rucy Clerk (..... Dyke Itallinger Klierlff. ;... ... . . lfy . Healy Treasurer .. . .J.'c. Williamson Attorney C. II. Wright Register of Deeds. . . . t Dyke IWllnger Bupt. of Schools Mrs. It. 13. BtancLnrd Surreyor It. 0. Harbee Coroner , N. A. Peckham f P. J. llirdsall. J II. K. Q. Pntnmn. (, I.ee Howard. SemmieMoners. C.K.&W TlMElAHLE (lODlla EST, leaves Englewooil An Ires at Wichita .. ....3..r3 a. m 2.nt)p. m...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 August 1895

Cf &-jrA J-Aff u I c 4 MUSIC AND ART. Tbx composer Mascagnt U writing fits autobiography for an Italian newt paper. A xoted pianist says that the sound of the Instrument Is marred If the piano Is left close to the mlL It should be at least three inches from the vralL Sin Frederick Lrtoirro.i't "A Com lag Storm." which was exhibited at tho Chicago fa!?, has been sold in London for IS,(H5; his "Greek Girls Playing at Hall" brought 13,073: J. F. Millet's "Winter," a woman carrying fagots, was .Jd for $3,77.; Troyon's "nay Cart with Horses" for (4,200, and three Corots averaged !'J,3$0 apiece. Tut writer of the famous song "111 Take You Itaclc Again, Kathleen." Thomas 1. Westendorf, was recently appointed superintendent of the state reform school at Chchalis. Wash. Like many writers of such famous heart-songs, he is not a professional song writer, and, though he has written a number of others, this is the only one that has lived long. Mb. IlExrtr Poktscii's collection of 'old roaste...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 August 1895

fit V .. Zt ilf- ct-V V v tf & THE J: HERALD. ii '!. - 4: . 1C tA VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1895. ..NO.. 32. j ? BEARER CURRENT COMMENT. Wkatiieii PnoPHKT Wtaaixn ha nr nouncod thnt Lalto Michigan ia drying P- - A msrATCll said China had refuted to permit any further investigation into the recent mnssacio of Christians bt Ku Clio tip. The Las Animas Land it Cattle Co. proposes to span the Ulo Grande, near Englc, N. M., with a 10-foot diverting dam, to carry water into a 22-mtlc canal that will bring 25,003 acres of land under irrigation. John Wai.rh, of San Francisco, who tramped across tho country to lioston, walking1 every step of tho woy, on a waiter of 5-00, to bo his If he made tho distance In 100 days, arrived in tho lnt-tef- city recently a whole week ahead of time. SrKAKlXG of the gold exports rcccnt ly, Mr. Leach, formerly director of tha mint, called attention to tho fact that their aggregate was far below the cur rent product of our mine...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 August 1895

Fjfrsv- WTrW'- '"i" s v,. V ! M tll Official County Paper. MI;T nml 1I0I.I.V iVKH.'IIT IMIIum nml Proprietors. "LABOR OMNIA VINCIT." A Kreinrr Dillitn.l In the Truclir-rs of iJrarrr Cnuri.-, August 10, 18115, hj ltKV. 1'. U. M VSSKl.L. "Lvhtn Omnia Vlncrt" la the motto of (HUlosa. Whether the mln.1 tint first m.ceivcl it was iuailred by the spirit of j .lutry that began early to show ilself it illilnjuililnp chrclf ri"llc tit tin? tbotiaaiids lliat peulMed Oklahoma's prairies in an heur, I ra unable to as. Saeli might well J- lie nplptlnn f Its origin: for, com jMriipn ott" history an-l our irogms: with Jltat of any other slate or lerritr of the CnUtt.ll.clors tl.e fact that, In point of rapi'l aJvancrment in nil line, we stand , without a parallel. Truly at hti hetn a el that .hall conaiin.i juu. that (ball . ' L'v . ! .li. t actually draw yiu rnaar from nil things elie Tlral.liUe.r,J ara.n from (he lee.nre , 'p,,, ,, l0 fif, your fir,t ,, b, jJalfcrra and the pulpit In our beginin...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 August 1895

o Q V " 'Ult.'IM.lUlMmtUllUKMmjlXULXBMlwm.mMllJtlxaMr tfctJErejr - Jtf rht runt.ism:i Krr.ru thuusday. Tntcred at poatofllce n( Beaver 0. T. as second clnsa matter April J 2, 1803. TJ-'UMS - .- - - $1 W 1'Ut YEAR. 4jYrnmif!(i iutm matte Lnown on ap plication. OFFICIAL DIREC10RY Governor,,.., .i Win. C. llcufrow. BeereOiry T.J. I.owe. Attorney General C A. Galbraitu. Assistant Attorney General.... Rojr HofTmnn. U. 8. Marsli.il! Edward I). Nix. IJ. S. Attorney...., Caleb R. llrooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. f.V. G.C. Uicrer. JUS. 11, J " I It. W. I. J. L. M Jus. Il.llurfard. Associate Justices , Scott. MoAtce. couk-rr officers. I'robnto Judge...'.?. Carter ""nty ClrU . . . . i . . . Dyke Billinger Sheriff '.....' , . F. D. Healy Treasurer J, C. Williamson AUofncy C. II. Wright Register of Deeds Dyke Ballinger, Supt. of Schools Mrs. II. K. Illanchard 3urvoyor R. 0. Itarbce Coroner K. A. l'tckham f F. J. Ilirdsal .1 II. K. Q. Put! ( Lee Howard, Ilirdsall. Semmbsioners. utman. G.K.&...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 August 1895

w SAID BY THE SCIENTISTS. A FnnNCii medical authority nswrtf that death caused by a foil from a ureal height b absolutely painless. Tltcilnd acta very rapidly for a time, tkn un consciousness ensues. Alfred C Lanh writes Hint ten tulles above the earth the cold Is fat below zero, while ten miles below th surface everything Is red hot. This lot tor Is not so certain. It is thought by some that the heat of the earth limy bo wholly due to absorption from the sun, and so may decrease after a certain depth has been reached. Music relieves muscular fatigue In man, says Prof. Tarchanoff, of SL Pe tersburg, who has been experimenting on the subject from a purely physiolog ical standpoint. It helps to drive out carbonic acid in dogs and Increases their consumption of oxygen; It also makes them perspire. He thinks It may be regarded as a serious thcrapcutio nrcnL It is not generally known that, size for size, a thread of spider silk Is de cidedly tougher than a bar of steel. An ordinary threa...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 5 September 1895

. ,. -., rrfrfyt&yrijfe i! D HERALD. THE BEAVER ,, . A7 OL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. NO. 33. r. CURRENT COMMENT. Ctiicago's new library building, erected at n cost of nearly $2,000,000, Is almost ready for occupancy. Seven states Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, Iowa, Maryland, Ken tuclty and Mississippi elect governors in November. CoxanHKSioxAi. Lmkaiuax SrorFoitn raid that his accounts would never have pot tangled had ho not been overloaded with work. Dn. Keillv, of this Chicago board of health, recently declared that as n result of excessive bicycling the deaths from nervous diseases In that city had been tripled. A itEConn kept by a Uhodc Island paper makes the- nunuai number of homicides in this country over 10,000 Tho number hi the United Kingdom, with half our population, is only .100. It has been predicted that beforo long the sunflower will como into gen rrnl cultivation in this country. As a plant It has no superior for rapid growth ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 5 September 1895

XffcMWtfc 4tU 7fgT3KMw;ar''ra:xflli:"t"1Jir ,ga''y,K'-gr'J'w I 1' pi I & ,. . gfteavcr " 5iC5cCMl. QfTisial County Paper. LILT nml I()I,I.V i'MOUT IMIIui'i nml i'rnprlrlnrx. Coin's Financial School. -IIV- W. II. II..UVBY. C'lijrlrlil'Uln IfibyOoi I'liiiisiuno CO CIIAI'TKII nr. TUG llllltn IAV. An Incroa'ccl interest wan plainly ""wi-n in t'ie largo nttrntlanco on I lie TtliirJ Jjj. Cnin was tlio recum d with 'mtttkcJ favor, mnl groups gathered n riMiinl It t m as liu (-ntircil tint hall and wnrinlj nliuoV his lintnl. lie was BH-ttnil llmt Cliic.igo hid niKiiy liiine'alliHti, hni llmt the Mtbjcct Imd Im'cii a perplexing nnc t(i the people. It ts rcnriied as an nlilruse question, mid tlie people jji'tienilly had "ot Itiod to ttnrittcl it. It rirpiircd the knowl cJirc nf m many ptatintici and fncln with wlilt.li the in.iio were nut iuiiiiliar, they ft-rc hardly expcblid to underfitnud it. Mr. Joel llij;c!ow, of 211!) Prairie nvvnut. wan one nf t1it must denon etritiitu in a rural H...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 5 September 1895

r j-j cnvcr jjjjraltl PUBLISHED EVKUV THURSDAY. Entered nl postoflice at Denver 0. T. u sccoml class mailer April 1!, 1893, THRMS - - - - 51 (to PER YEAR. AnVKHTHINO HATK3 mndo known on np plication. offwia l Din i:c i on y Qovernor Wm. C. Renfrow. Secretary T. J. Lowe. Attorney Gencrnl c A. fjalbrailh. Assistant Attorney Gcncrnl.... Roy Hoffman. U, S. Marshall Edward D. Sir. IJ. S. Attorney Caleb R. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. f A. G. C. liicrer, Jas. H. Uurford. Associate Justices. II. W. Stotl. J. L. McAtee. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probata Judge Cutter "Yaty Clerk Dyke DaUinger Sheriff F. D. Healy Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney. . C. R. Wright lUgtsltr of Deeds. '. .'. Dyke Ballloger Supt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Ulanchard Surreyor R. 0. Darbco Coroner N. A. Peckhani P. J. BIrdsall. II. E. G. Putman. Leo Howard. Bemmissloners. C. K. & W Time 'i aulh OOINu EAST. liCsvcs Engteivood ...t 00 a. m. Arrives at Wichita 3:10 p. m. GOINQ WEST. weaves Wichita 7:30 a. m. ArrUei at En...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 5 September 1895

V" I.J, t.r Vi I J I. ' I? n VALUE OF THE STATES. Utah, Including the Improvement, made by the Mormons, is worth $24, 773,270. The Dakota were rated in the eleventh census as having a wealth cl 1.0,321,530. Wkst Viiioinia'b wchUIi, mostly In rcnl estate ntul mines, Is valued al SHO,091,09S. I.WUA5A is a very rich state. Its prop erty of nil kinds reaching a total oi 737,815,131. Tiik Cono Star state of Texas has In its cnormoustcrritoty n wealth of f320, 804,515. The state of Alahamo, including cot' ton fields ond iron mines, is worth 1122,. 807,223. The Mate of Iowa, including Its farm land and manufactories, is worth f309, C7I.251. New JEiisnr is bynomenns poor, jti real nnd personal property is valued al t702,5J8,801. Tiik wealth of Wisconsin of all hinds, including tho pino forests, amounts t (400,303,165. The state of Kentucky, including blue grass land, blooded horses and to bacco, is worth $370,743,384. The state of Illinois is one of tin wealthiest of the western states, ill...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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