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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 12 September 1895

w 1 rr s " A A' " " " V-K .3 &-,- JL CV BEAVEK ',? THE HERALD. VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1895. NO. 34. w K ft . CURRENT COMMENT. In a speech before the Salvation nnoy encamped at Prohibition park, S. I., Mrs. Balllnglon Rooth took radi cal grounds against tho so-called "Neil Woman." The Chicago beer war has at lasl been settled and tho price will bo ad' vanced to S5 a barrel. All the brewer but one signed tho contract, as did tin tit. Louis Companies. An ofllclal of tho Santa Fc railroad estimates tho corn crop In Kansas, Mis souri, Illinois and Texas at OOO.OOO.OOC bushels, and the wheat crop in the four states at 45,800,000 bushels. In order to make tho armed peace ol Europe a litUe firmer, tho czar of Rus fcia has bent to I'rince Nicholas oi Montenegro u supply cf cannon, ina chine guns, dynamite, 20,000 modern rifles, and 15,000,000 cartridges. X,i.J.J,J,.UJ.J,.U-I..U ..ij.jl.ij.x-........ jj SEPTEMBER-1895. 8 iJLAAJiJLJLTi 3AJI121112 13Mf. ...

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. — 12 September 1895

" W4Q aiw MIHIrik M, ,--, t1 jjCtt&Cr - PftfrttL , Official County Paper. T.II.V anil DUM.V WMHHT iMItiir nutl I'nfiirlctiiri. mi Coin's Financial School. W. II. KAIIVKV. I'jpjrtelttnJ In MiJbjr Coin PrnuttilNH CO. UIIAl'TKU nr. TIIK Tiimn DAY. (CoutiiiULxl. ) an iNTiJunrnioN. Thus Car everyone hnd listened at teiitivilj, act! uu ono hud inti-mi'itou! the little ypc-iker. Nnw Mr. John It. Wal-li, president of the Chicago Kiitiun.il Hunk and priti :ipAl owner uf'J'hc (Jliieajjo UunM and Kvcuing I'd? I, who occupied a seat near the Trout, arose and Hskd this (juiMtior: "How can the ovciiiuieut by passing a law add a cunt to the commercial val ue of auy commodity" "Voti wtrc not here ycatcrtlay?" enid Coin to Mr. Walsh. To thi . Mr. WaUi replied thai he htjs not. 'Suppose," nail Coin, "that CougrcM should pitas n law to morrow iiutliuruini; the ptitchaao by the government of KlO.UUO cavalry liontR.1 ol' ccit-iiu sizi'.i and ijualitiui. And the government entered tho market to j:et ...

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. — 12 September 1895

w "fvy s 'VWRk1 it"" leaner SHjiralt!. VUHUSIILD EriJHY TilUKSDAY. Kulrred at postofuco at Heaver 0. T. as eccotiil class mutter April Vi, 1805. lER.MS ----- $1 00 I'M YUAH. ADTEBTtsuo Hilts ruaIe Luovru on up plication. OFF1GIA L DIREt, 7 Oil Y Oofernor,.... ffm. C. Reiiirow Secretary t. J. t,owc. Attorney General C A. Oalbraith. Assistant Attornoy General.,.. Roy Hoffman. U. 8. Marshall lMwnrd D. Xlr. If. 8. Attorney Caleb 11. Urooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. fA. G. C. lliercr. I Jag. II. liuriurd. Associate Justices. . . . 1 11. W. Soolt. (.J. I.. MoAicc. COUNTY OFPICEH8. Probate JuJge.. . . Cailer tisty Merit Dyke Dallingnr Sheriff. F. D. Hcaly Treasurer JVC. Williamson Attorney C. R. Vv'rlgbt IUgialtr of Deeds Dyko ISallingir Bupt. of School Mrs. II. K. Ulanchard 3uriiyor , . . . ; R. 0. Rarbco Coroner , N. A. l'tckham 'fr J. Birdsnll. Bammlssioncrs J H.1I. G. I'utman. Lee Howard. C. K. & W T I Ml "1 AHLIi aoiu EAST. leaves Englcwood . ...l'OO a. w. Arrives at V'icblta 3:1...

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. — 12 September 1895

f3K O I- I, -' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report RJpowdef ABSOLUTELY PUBE WME TOOK THE BID. 1 Charitably Incllnad Ynonr Trarstsr Make Uood HanU A pood woman whoso heart Is set pon raising; money for charity Is not tislly turned from her purpose. Such woman, according to tho New York Herald, was on a steamer from Liver pool last summer. Moit of her poclcot money sho Is represented ns n million lire's daughter is devoted to tho East fcldo mission, nml In addition sho jpends much of her lclsuro In cro. hot tag wonderful and useless things, which sho persuades licr wealthy friends and admirers to buy at fabulous prices for tho benefit of tho poor. On tho steamer sho did llttlo clso but crochet thlr.g-s and then sell them ex cept that she open, considerable tlmo In CUing a diary. Somo of tho friends whom sho had Inveigled Into buying fancy worlf fell Into the trick of laugh ing at her about her diary, nnd finally entered into n llttlo conBpiruoy. "I say, now, Mi...

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. — 19 September 1895

m! w - I! iO 0 THE BEAVER HERALD: i ' : VOL.1. v BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 189f. NO. 35. t KJ tJL W t m v J CURRENT COMMENT. It has been estimated that 101 per-' tons In this country perished from mob violence since the first of Inst March, The Ohio Wool Growers' association will urgo the Fifty-foarth congress to pass legislation favorable to woA protection. Thews Is ii general complaint from nearly all the large cities thattfie pub lic school facilities rfro not equal to the demands. Hob IxoKiwotA says that wo have a laud where 500,000,000 mon and women and children can bo supported and vducatcd without any trouble. Ciiicacio has probably tlio ilncst and TnostjjommodioUs public schools In the country but, large'-ami numerous as they are, 11,000 children hnvo been turned away this year becauso Ihcre is Bo room for their accommodation. It wan rumored at Washington that ' the absolute suspension of the issue ol gold certificates, which has been sev eral times...

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. — 19 September 1895

-toiiwfci'f !"(- NL ft V r FF 1 ftL F V '-""" -- l4 t CrIw. iezvcv - Official County Paper, LU.Y and DOLLY WRIGHT Killlor nnd Prnjirlrlors. Coin's Financial School. in W. H. HARVEY. CapjIhtMln iw by Co is PcuMiu:to CO, GIIArTKR nr. THE THIRD DAT. (Continued.) (1KNERAL l'KI.VCirUia "Wo thus set that monej, pricmily, a commodity properly a thing of vjIuo posJcstiDg an i.tcnange value uith all other jirupert). 1 Tlni rrcilit money i a title to com moility iiiiiticy. Tb.it in thu exchange vnlnc uelvroeu commodity money and nil other property, credit money doe not add anyth'np it facilitates. nukes' convenient the trnnaajtion of biieine'. Jiii-l na your wheat certificates add nothing tit the exchange value of wheat, nr tho tiu'iifts fur which wheat nr ex shnnjcil; yet they facilitilti its cx c-hnt;ii "Thi oniiiniodiiy mouey U the nieaa uru nf vnhes. It iiiantily becomes the -JipuMiro, nud c.oh dollar is a part nT that incaMim Credit money add i.olhitiif lo iia valuo, it only facilitates ...

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. — 19 September 1895

J D ? RtOtnRMaLv fV.i A P , Tv, ' &. - VLV 4, IjBjeawr - traht. ?1 runusunu evkiiy thursdav. linlered ftl posioffice at Beaver 0. T. as aocond class matter April '.2, 1893. TE11MS - - - - u.oo PER YEAR. AtiTKnusixa miks umJo kuown on ap plication. OFFICIA L D1RE0 TORY Covcrnor Win. C. Rcnfrow Eetry T.;. Lowe. Attorney General C A. flalbralth. Assistant Attorney General. ...Hoy Hoffman. U. S. Marshall Edward V. Nix. U.S. Attorney Cftleh 11. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. fA. G. 0. Merer. I Jas. H.liuriorJ. Associate Justices. ... II. W. Scott. I.J. L. McAtce. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probate Judge Caller ""taty Clerk Dyke Balllnger Sheriff , F. 1). Healy Treaiufer. . . J. C. Williamson Attorney t C. U. Wright ltegister of Deeds Dyke IMUngr Bupt. of Schools Mrs. It. E. lllanohard Surveyor , E. 0. Ilarbee Coroner ..... N. A. PcUham (V. J. Ilirdsatl. Eemtulsmonerj ) If. E. G. l'ulnmu. ( Leo Howard. C. K. & V Time "i aulk OOthu KA8T. Relives Knglewood ....4 00 a. w. lUrjves at Wichita...

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. — 19 September 1895

vmBmvBZ2fgBxyrfgv LUHtlllll ii' v , t M'ji,': .- 1 r i'jJtnM-.!-uti. .-. -MiaMMi tt . AQWICULTURAL PRODUCTS. Mlssounttn tfJOO had 1,070,700 acres KoweJ In oats, which produced 83,820, U9 bushels. Missotint grew In tho census year thlrty-ono tons of hcrap from scventy ulno acres. Tub first ryo producing stato Is Penn sylvania, with 330.0U acres and 3,74'J, 104 bushels. Neiuuska, according to tho last ccn mis, had'll3,uOS fnrms, having -1,593,444 acres, Illinois claims the largest numborof Improved acres on her farms, having 63,000,000. The farms of Kansas produced In the census year an estimated value of t05, 1)70,030. TnE Increase In fruit farms In this country has been mainly In tho west and southwest. Nkvada has the smallest number of farms of any state 1,277, with l,05t,41O acres. Tub best sugar manufactured In this country In 1803 amounted to -7,0S3,32J pounds. FIGS AND THISTLES. No pnAvr.n ever hurts a prayer meet Ing by being too short. Tub more nn enemy hates us, more our kin...

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. — 26 September 1895

fHPffV '--" 'T -, rvV' ' i? w 7-, "?" pw T Twrgs " zir-'i?1gn u ft BEAVER HERALD. THE iU BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 181)5. NO. 3G. VOL. I. tr5i "Twy , vr ' a--' CURRENT COMMENT. Tin; Immigrants Into tho United States for August numbered 27,1011, nruiust 17,418 for the same month last year. A.V experimental trntn on the New Vork Central railroad recently made the distance from New York to lluf fnlo, 4:w; miles, at an average rate of 04 1-3 miles an hour, thus beating tho Knglish record of GJVf miles nn hour. TiiEnr. Is talk in London of the Inven tion of a marvelous electric battery In which zinc Is discarded fui a tnatorlal costing- only one-twentteth as much, and polarization made needless. The new motor is said to cost but 8 cents rnv horse-power per houn if , -JS" " ' . i "1 - '-if-. ! i-.- - Mits. Khakcir lIonaKO.v-IluiiNi-mynu- "thor of "Kittle Lord Fauntleroy," who has drawn so many pretty portraits of tho happy side of domestic life, lias ut last to a...

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. — 26 September 1895

VMfApyiojMuk,. . iu . 'i i Ai-ywwRuaLr.,., oafewKmmMWJcnwuaciaasaextjrwrtatfsxajtarxtamcrTKmmmtH h M i i jjffcrttM." Official County Papor. I.II.V nnil DOM,)' JVKKillT IMIIor nnd l'rflirlMoi. ' Coin's Financial School. W. II. HAUVKY.. rVaPVllht'.r1 'P.,"v h' l5"" I'UHLUllIVU CO. (MIAI'TKil HI. lUllt TUIUIl DAY. (Continue!:) "Tliouifli previutilr Ue-1 nn tko .tlcelsrttl (tituutia ici Jg mtt actual re .aiiiutJwu fiillottinjr llie nr, lud t ro iurn Im iIu) cjHli'iu iif u f-ri v ttmnr), fitn crcJit uuine) bused fjirretiu, 4il .not take effect till January I, 1879. "Fur imuje riuw it was not generally ,4c n (iw ii that silver was uVtiioiirtixcd, unJ jl'nr way )iuur. eiuuti (lien I(h true oitiim iu our currency wa tiisfiutm!, "It jilnwly dawned 01 tho country hat aftwr wan iirlthor filt tiur fnwi; that UA-o Mahomed's coffin it strung halfway between tlia floor aud eeilinp. "Finally (lie llcr wen, tiusuiii"; (tdeir eausv, forced (lo declaration (ruin jho adiuiftiatratinn that all paper mon...

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. — 26 September 1895

f wF,'''pppRiRv5 wut9B i mi am fcM f r I. C3 rUBLISHKO EVERY TlipitSDAY. Entered at postoffioe at Bcare r 0. T. as iccond claa matter April 1'J, iHil.'i. TERMS - - - . $1.00 PER YEAR. iDvainisixa nAtk matJo known on ap. -plication. OFFWIA L DIKJi0 1 OR Y Bovtrnor ffm, C. Renrow. try T.J.Lowe. Attorney Oeneral C A. Oalbrnlth. AtsUtant Attorney Ocncral.... Roy Hoffman. V. S. Marshall Edward D. Nix. V. S. Attorney Caleb R. Urooki. -Ckief Justice Frank Dale. f A. Q. C. Biorer. I J as. u, I II.' W. l.L. 1 I .Iftfl. If llltfrtM.) . Associate Justice , Scolt. McAtee, COUNTY OFFICERS. .' frVtt Judge CarlerTrtcy .....DykeJJallingcr keriff. F.D. Healy r Irauurer J. C. WlUlainaon '. .4.,f?r?'Jr ....-,., .C. IU Wrjgllt i RtftiUr of Deeds Dyke Balllnger ' Supt. of Solioola Mrs. II. E. Illancbard 5MTyor It. O.Barbee ' Ccroner , N. A. l'eckbam ' fP. J. Birdeall. J SenniUiioaer J ir. E. O. Putman. (. Lee Howard, V .. . , , ' - C. K. & W Time i able 00 1. "It, EAST. t 1mt Englewood -....1-00 a.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. — 26 September 1895

frin 1.1 iil. r " -- l "i--"- j-.-..n. -.-. .-ap. ' 'IM"TP":'- "' W33WI""SHB5G,n ii .mum ii it i a H i la o i U' o '-'-'ftli ABOUT THE CHURCHES. TnK Ilundcs Conference tier Men liunltcn Hrucder-Ucmeindo have 1,38? "members ami cloven churches. Thk Schwonkfcldlans havo four so rlotlcs nnd J100 members. They ow n si j churches, rnlucd Ht J13.200. Thr African Methodist Episcopal church has 453,725 members nnd ""0,408, BS0 worth of church property. Till'. Ethical Culturlsts havo l,0(M members nnd four societies. They wop ship in live halls, seating 5,!!00 people. Tub Heformcd Presbyterian (synod has 10,574 members nnd owns churct property valued nt 91,071,400. A (lrrat African Lakn Lake Superior is in dauber of losing its distinction of bclnfr tho largest fresh water lake in the world. African explorers begin to think Victoria Ny onra is larger. Superior covers thirty ono thousand two hundred square miles nnd Victoria has been credit ed with about thirty thousand, but recent exploration...

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. — 3 October 1895

- ffaFfffimS!i (aw- "PP n THE BEAVER HERALD. - a ! . VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1895. NO. 37. r FK j ) CURRENT COMMENT. Tt wns announced that tho eemttcry tit Knlamar.oo, Mtch., was to bo sold at miction for unpaid taxes. Tun liorso meat pneUers at Ham maud, lnd.. liovc been notified to wind up their affairs and ipuit business. It was said recently that Japan and north China were literally alive with cholera Reims, and that the disease win getting a strong foothold. Ill the frturo women nro to bo drafted .Into the Trench army in the event of Mir. They are not to bear arms nor man artillery, but to do hospital and commissary dirty. A thai.n of cars on the Pennsylvania Tailrr.ad l-auViiim Jersey City to liilla lelphia one day recently in OS min utes. The distance is III miles, and tho quickest mile was made in fiO seconds. Tub New York Tribune wants the "New" dropped from the name of Now "York. The argument in favor of this change is that Gotham Is no lo...

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. — 3 October 1895

)iW V if ! 'tV PF n I 11 J i o OKlslal County Paper. MI.V ami DOI.I.V WKKJIIT i; III or iiml I'rnirctors. Coin's Financial School. nv W. II. l.AlsVKV. riiriiit i in thf un.t PriiLMiitKii ct. (.'Haiti-: it iv. ((nllltlllllCll. ) TlIK FlU'ilTI. Dav. a ir or (ji'f.HToN. Col.V wj met willi a question at lliu Itiyiiinia mill it mimii df olnjititl f ItaL i( ww to be a ilny ol' iiielioin. lViilt-iiir Li'iiililin, Ill-nil (if lliu -cuoul til nliiioj! ccuiiKiiy in the Clii cmtn f Juivrdiiy. mi avowed tiiuiioinc-l.il-lit, wtnuu' iiciioii Iiml I lie iiileiiliori ! I lir nli linu'u, said' 'Yuu liavu H'.iii-d Hnco this hcluiol Itcun, iiml no Iniii: ns IVeu coiiui;o was oiijiijed by both niettiN iliut the cum menial vuluc of silver and pilil had nevtr dilf-ied tnnro thuii 2 per cunt, Mini iit this (iiirernuru was iiui'oirilud fur by llie disltirbiiuuo of the Freiiuli ratio inn) the cost itf cxl'Iiuiiju. Am I rifOi in mi qniititi jott?" "Vii me," replied (.'nin. "Now, 11 it not fact," uiJ lliu prn...

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. — 3 October 1895

Tif K " I ST I'M -, -( - N 9 L K 5 Jt 5 V t. 1 tit - I--. if' u jJsMtsjrowinOTTianOTTOnrawisis . l'UM.idiiKo i:ri:uY thuiispav. Kiit ere J nt posioflicc nt Heaver 0. T. as teeund elm, mutter April Vi, ISil.'i. TIMt.MS - - - - J.1 (X) l'lllt YHAH. AiiTHinsixa jutis made Lnonn on sp pllcnttou. 0FF1CIA L 1)1 11 EG 7 OR Y Ooteruor, Wm. 0. l'.enfrow Etweiary x.J. Lowe. Attorney General C A. ruibrnltli. Assistant Attorney Gencrnl...,ltoy Hoffman. U. S. Marlill fcdward V. Nix. I). S. Attorney Caleb It.llroolu. Chief Justice Frank Dale. f A. 0. C. llierer. I Jm.IUI . llurford. Associate Justices. " I It. w 1.J.L . Scott. AIcAtee. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probnto Judge Caiter "iity Clerk , Dyke Ilallinger Sheriff T. I). Hcal.v Treasurer J. C. Ulllinmson Attorney C. H. Wright Register of Deeds Dyke lialllngrr Supt. of Schools Mrs. it. K. lllnohs.rd Surveyor H. 0. 15-irbee Ccroncr N. A. l'tcklmni F J. IUrdim II. K. 0. Put I.ec Howard F J. Wrdimll. Sonimi'siunera i II. K. 0. l'uttnan. d. C.K.&VTlME...

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. — 3 October 1895

!pWj'-' i S v u I r w h"i. L,W "t '1 ik ; AKa off ? ' i t --' v 4 p i OF INTEREST TO THE ARTISTS. AtT.ln PVnrene. haa 4rt ereieted a clause to IVir rc. srho. In tbe rrf-veo-' tnratli lBry. lotrtadrjced Into r i the Angora cat, the wieander ad the large-lea red WJlilt , Lost tioBCttit. of KattdUur. U i hate br woenroiol at CaicoU j sybil bJ yet Ire, JJIereo oid-fitefc-j Sooed brata tatttzlyUja4ioz eoowj j have jttt been t to India rota Loo-1 dos tor the statue, A ptatvk ot blet&ena and M frirod ' IUiBhAlz. MfUr tite mAH ui that of J the lord her Hooaboldt In trout of lb J JWlla university, 1 U be Mrt p la) CharlotU-Bbarg before tbe IrtketekX j high trhtrA. ' lv the: Pari thatnhrr f de-tmlle a frr haa come b light reprteyratlcg i trptalaz of tl firt lrl4i.UTr euAm. ItorisgiUv nrrAuUtjfi ol JMi Jt u xt4td lijr tapestry baiiDt, and lt cxitSmve w tvrgoltea till It W rne er UteJ to repair the taptstry, atad H ra LaVra iftro, re rvailfi the pirtore. A xi-CXirtcestT H vf nine banJrel li...

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. — 10 October 1895

Ti!wmJiiuaiijiLi tffjfaU"S5Sj55EiniS5S5!Sy " . a 1 TU-V-uk. .- -X T. . . ' '' J. THE BEAT HERALD. .. a svi VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORYTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1895. NO. 38. -,' MR ii u I 7 MtB I- VAX4.AAAJH.A.. Jl ,., tlA-UXA J OCTOBER 1895. 5 Mill Mlli !IL M M : fjMli 15 1 171819: $20 21 22 23 24 25 26: J27 28 29 30 31 j CURRENT COMMENT. Ia It Dawkok, of Des Moines, In., claims to have discovered a process for making steal equal to the famed Damascus, the art for "making which lias been lost for centuries. Lord Scully, who owns nearly 100, 000 acres of land in Illinois, as much mora in Kansas and Nebraska, tins taken out naturalization papers In New York city. It is his intention to in nit o that city his future home. Thk District of Columbia prond jury lias recommended the establishment of tho whipping1 post for wife-beaters and other petty criminals, and tho jddfjo thought such a method of punishment would bo productive of pood results. FlNK Havana cigars may become scarce in...

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. — 10 October 1895

jo; ! ' ? rV i! .1" u J I tt .. ,' i H rf tf i I I r i I9' K if Iff tl ti u M LTLJ-'KL" cyirr - JjjjcraM, GfSriaJ Cstinty Paper, LILT aH DULLY rYKWllT illlrsd PrqpriXnrs. Cain' a Financial School. in W. li. KAttVSV. t?3rHhta h lai by ttjis Pa-auttf t CO. CIJAITKU IV. (CustiuuL) TllE FVfOETH DAT. AUSCCXCACJCClt. .Mr. K. R. RiJgelj-, of 0?dmf Uub, ulir. ia the atiies-, said he vnlA like in ml s qncticB, l'rucwr!' m:J Crt'n. "I want to trew," iJ .Mr. Ri-igel-, jfit i n-t jnelievl r maintain j jre Jj stneaWi -jtera." 'IVi,' oH Cms. The st.r tutcTj, hnntier, iru oS-lcb a felj pet&Uaet; or Jajr cxmej sj-Hgtd ml;lij L cis f jirwl WinH Le Ut it away kh a re Artnyium isubcr efctirvij, Va caboat have both siiibl ilie mlrtclfiwo trin rJe a.laiii2. The nej with a Tal. ac in iilf Leomit-t ibe tsoet jrab!e rJ must stead behind (Le otbiT. Vva cannot maintain two Lfcd of tnoj at a paritj, when otie bis a coai ibsti1 tjJus aod tie o'lier lias n.ce, ncept bj making oot rtdeenulle io the- iHltrr. ...

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. — 10 October 1895

r vVc. J fifc ft -v tiw&v $srciUt wjdushed r.ri:iiY Thursday. Entered At posiofBcc nl Boater 0. T. a ieconJ clas waller April 12, 1803. 7URMS - -AbTKiiTiaun fllcatlou. - 51.00 l'EU YKA1U rod Jo known on ap. OFFICIAL, D1REC10RY domnor Win. C. Rcnfrow. rkorotnry T. J. Lowe. Attorney Qeneral C A. aalbratth. A sail tan t Attorney General.,.. Rojr Hoffman. V. 3. Marshall Edward D. Six. C. 8. Attorney Caleb H.llrooks. tSlef Justice Frank Dalt. fA. 0. C. literal-. I J as. II. Uurford. Anociate Justices.. .1 II. W. Soolt. .J. L. McAtee. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probata Judg CaiterTracy Clark Dyke Dallinger Sheriff. p. D. Healy Treaaurer J. C. WlllItmRGn Attorney. ,.C. It, Wright KtghUr of Deedi. . '. Dyke Dallinger Supt. of Schools Mra. II. E. Ulanchard Surveyor It, 0. Ilarbce Coroner N. A. Feckham f.P. J. Dirdsall. 8mmi(9ionerg -j II. E. 0. Putman. (. Lee Howard. C. K. & W TlMETAHLE OOIKu EAST. States Engleirood ...i-00 a. m. Arrlrn at Wichita 3:10 p. m. U01KO WK8T. wa res Wichita 7:30 a. ...

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. — 10 October 1895

i f - 1j if it a c& i. ' h IfM te-t-- It. I S.I I-' i I M iV SOLDIERS. It ! propone! In Englnnd to bnlld warshlpj In docks Instead of on slips, and thereby reduce the expeneo nnd danger of launching. Am Austrian mountain battery dlvi Ion recently managed to got two bat teries, guns, horse and full equipment, from Jhe Ztllerthal In Tyrol to the top of the Pflstcr Joch, which is even thousand three hundred feat high. Byrrt soldier know thnt a horse rilll not step on a man Intentionally, t U a standing orJer In the British earnlry If a trooper becomes dismounted he must He still. If ho does this tho ivhole squadron will pass over him rdthout doing hlrn Injury. Dxbrrtios from the French foreign legion hare, It Is said, been numerous of late, owing to tho rigid discipline of the corps. A list of absentees has been published In somo of tho newspapers, and It Includes tho name of one British lubjoct, nn Irishman, among the others, which are principally those of Gerrann or SwUs. Nerves ...

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