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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 December 1895

f & a" G .. v '... . Leaver HERALD. HI tenM L!"' i ,itt -.r BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1895. NO. 49. t ' T F"W1 "" M ' ' H h tf , --..A-M " UfiVOUIC. VBR the sorrow and over the bliss. Over tho teardrnn over tho kiss. Over tho crimes that blotted and .. blurred, Over tho wound of tho angry word. , Over tho deeds In Weakness done, Over tho battles lost and won, vX1?.1 'f cnU ot th0 "y'nB 'ear, Tl enr that to-morrow will not bo hero. Je.OU,r fC0lJom over our thralls,- In tho dark and tho midnight tha'curtaln ? Over our trnln-sn ..-.; ir f Oycr'ouniVwAnd over ourcroS wvcrTiicirci-niourarecoflietit, " .w -- liiui wo never meant. Over the scars of oursclf-dcnlnl Over the strength that conquered trial. No w In tho end of tho flying year, Ti ear that to-morrow v, 111 not bo-here. Quietly flnnl, the lirompter calls' Over It swiftly the, curtain falls. ' Over the crowds and tho solitudes. Over our shifting, hurrying" moods. Over tho hearths whero bright (lames lea...

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 December 1895

Hx1Hft9 '' ' 'r, v ti .1 J Tt M tj l 1 3 ' J H r A ! m tn 1 .-. ,1 i . irl '.S Alt V i3 ana,1 . ; . &iwev n Olflsial County Papar. l.ll.Y mill IMl.l.Y WllItJUT IMIInro nml Iriirlrttir. An i;tu' Ti I'mit'iiuu So iso. Ton i mi i'Ii xticiitiiiii O.innut liu uivrn In ilii iui'1 l.i ml -i mi tin) iiluins nml in tin , ' iiioutitiiini ill t Ito Untied bttttus. Unu liiinilrcil million doll.irs vhiuIJ l.c unotieli til jii.l'flO,00l) (MtlllCrlt ciult-r-t ClllptltJ tuctit tin llm liililamU :U I lie lieiul of draws, fllli-lll., Hill de'ili'MMl'll-MUl llic llill fl.ltfl iiimI Ihuiiii.IIi.-s jil.iitH In litiilil ilititm, lijvirs mil nilior fHlciii", in mm ul l.-irjfo Imdlim ' water diiiini: llm flinit pnindii of iidny ci'iiihiih, wlivrrliv llicir liniiieHtriiil t'liuM hi! iniunicil iiihI immense crop jirii'liircil winch would in liiru eiiublo lin-i (in mi in lei'miil In tliu pivuriiiiicnt in luxe-' nil llinl liuil liri'H mlviiiicfd by iiiircitiri;iiiniis Fruit tteiw mid timber Wnillil iiIhh l...

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 December 1895

$. tltf AdV (1 I'l-'iiLlrfin::! i;ri:uv Ttii'ttmvv. Entered at NKiiillice nl Deliver 0. T. as Wull.l tlttlM lllllll-r April is, i,s;.i TKIt.MH - - .. . i ,K, ,,,; YP.AiT. AI.VII.TISIM1 HUM iaju Uuwiloi, lip. plieitiun. official nfitntroiir governor, .. win. C. Ilcnfrow secretory... tyf t T,Jt Une Attorney General C A. flalbrailh. Av-toaut Attorney Jenor,il....Hoy Hofrinnti. U. 85. Maialuill IMwnrl 1). Six. K. S. Attorney i.ii. n it t. thief Justice. ' wtivuiHIllUUKBi Frank lMle. fA.O.C. Merer. I Jus. ll.lluriord. Aesociite Jtuticcs. , " H. W. Scan. LJ. I.. MeAlee, COUNTY 0FFICEI18. I'rolialo Judge Tlerk Sheriff....... 're amirer. . . . . CaiterTiac.y ..Dyke Ralllngcr F. 1). Healy J. C. Williamson Attorney?-.-. ,; .:?..N0. 11. Wright lUpiiler of Dee.!;. . . . . Dyke llallineer Sunt, of Schools Jlrs. II. R. ISIanchanl Mirveyor t'croucr Kfliiiralfeiuneri. .M 11. 0. llarhco N. A, l'tckham f F. J. Illnliall. A II. K. G. l'ulman. ( Lee Howard, ATCllIBO.V.TOPKKA AMI SANTA FK, UV. Chicago l...

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 December 1895

'IT "W.lm?&M!fl!'l11 T A" V: ti J1 "WdTJ I'f'i Ei I r a ? ' ! i J' 'L.h 11 .i A .2 W Sti t i j"t ACROSS' THE OCEAN. There ore no fewer thnn 321 foreign floelors established In I'iu-Ir, more thnn & ftlxth of all thr practising physicians. The princess of Wales has hod printed for private distribution some songs which she hns composed for the zither. Sir Gilbert King, Dart., who died re cently in England, held his bnronetxy for 70 years, having succeeded his fa ther at 13. Charles Lccoeq, the composer of "La Fille de Madam Angof'nndof "fllroflo (Jlrofla," has written a new comic opera called "Cymno." A new kind of water-color pnper, tho sheets of which can bo warranted to bo free from blemishes. Is to bo made by a process discovered by Mr. North, asso ciate of the Iioyal academy. Mr. Penrose, Inte director of the llrlt ish archaeological school at Athens, has just 'been elected president of tho Brit ish Institute of Architects, of which ho has been a memlwr for more than 50 ye...

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. — 2 January 1896

' yrr ' " - -.miwoaj K , r THE BEAVER HEJRALD. Pn - - VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 189G. NO. 50. ? K 10' tf ) raS Tales of the Pineries. IF l iMtaKrgTv ByHAMUNpARLAND. jg OLD MOSINEE TOM. Copyright, lvl, b7 Uachcllor, Johnson & Dachcller.l In tho late fifties tho Wisconsin val ley above I'ortago was a wilderness. Tho lumbermen who trailed their way up the river passed through tamarack Bwamp3 bo thick a deer could scarcely penetrate them, and over dry ridges clothed with splendid pine without underbrush, clean as a park and of in cstlmablo value. Old Mosineo mountain rose out of the wide, green reach of the valley, dark with Ills' robo of pines. All about was forest land untouched by tho ax, al most untravcrscd by tho pioneer's rest loss foot. Hut year by year tho loggers pushed northward, seeking points whero the pino trees could bo felled Into tho river, or where hkidways could be constructed to mako hauling unnecessary. Tho wholo river had been rans...

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. — 2 January 1896

tywumw . OITiilal County Pnpor. l.ll.Y nml DOLLY WKIMIT I III 1 1 n is nnii Proprietors.' WASiiiM.TiiX Mrri;ijK. from irar ie;;ular (nritiiliit. t WAsniMiniN. II. I!., Deo. 27, ISO.'. l'muilent (llcvelnhil sprung ntiollicr Virist' tm ifte iiDiuitev by lii.s ineMiige ml' KrijJ.iy list on iliu finuiieiiil condition hI'tiiii country, lit) linked icliof nt the Lund's of c.ingroits, ami uu u rcrult eon prir.i diil not tulJDUrii fur tlio liolijlayri, bill dimply oWrvcrt (Jluistm.is (lay. Tlio I'ro.iidiMil sent :t ipe-cao on tlie ' oriis !!)il nkeil I'm iuiiticillMc tictinn (o avert liiutieial ilii:iir. Tliori is no jiron-cl iiPh bond is-im. 'I'lin condition til' tin' ounntry nt lite prcent limn r.'inn'il 11 hevere p.itiiu on I bo New York ,Stticlc KkcIijiiic, mid wli.it U known p"ISI.iol: I'tiil.ir' took plucii on tlml dnlu lai-t Iwcek. 'l'itii jrs nrc Iit'iiiniii'g to lwuk up vim. wli:it. llin-ii( bus now coqio .to our iiid villi mi offer ofn part (if Iter pild ri-MTVi-, tlioiimouut offu...

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. — 2 January 1896

A a r ' t I ' O h I v i'irnr.isur.0 i:n:itv Tiiunsiuv. (Unified nl poKioItirc nt Ileftver 0. T. ns ccntid elms matter Afrit 12, lS'J.'i. H'UKMS - - - $1 UU l'l'.lt YHAU. Antrniisixn hati.i m&de known on ap plication. OFFICIAL niRELIOllY "juicraor, Win. U. Hcnfrow BtctcUry T.J. Lowe. Attorney (lcueral C A. (lalbrallh. Ait&nt Attorney Ueiiern.l....Hoy Hotrinnu. lU. S. Murghall IMwtird D. Nix. lU. S. Attorney Caleb 11. Brooks. Chief Justice,. Frank Halo. fA. 0. C. Merer. I 3m. H.liuriorJ. .Aiiociate Justices. . . . J II. W. Scott. 3. h. .McAtce. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probata Judge ,Cmter"rnc7 Cleric Dyke Iialllngcr Sheriff ; F. 1). Healy Treasurer.'. J. 0. Willintrnon " AtToriieyV ..... ." C. It. Wright Utgister of Uecda Dyke Ballinger Eupt. of Schools Mra. H. II. JJIanchard Surveyor. .- 11. 0. Harbee CV.rooer N. A. 1'ecklmra f K. J. Uirdsall. Sommi'sioncrs J II. 1'.. 0. l'lilmin. ( l.cc Howard, AfCniHON.TOPKKA AMI HAXTA IT, HY. Heunrt in oojim n:UOn in 5 n. 1:2.1 p m d :ao p in H.U...

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. — 2 January 1896

It Is n suro ovlilenco of tho hcnlth und Innocrnco of tho boholilcr If tlio kcukps nro lllvo to tho beauty of ttatuni. -Tliorcnti. 1'tso's Crnn enrol mo of n Tliront mid I.unir troitfoloof llireo jours' slrunllnp. 12. Cadv, Huntington, lml., Not'. 12, 1MU. Hr who comes up to ills own Men of preatncMiniistnlwajn imvolinJ n very low standard of It In lili m!nd. Iluslclu, Bnn ham's ni.i.s for oonstlmtloii lOonml 23c. Get tlio book ( free) tit your ilniKRiot's and ro by It. Annual miles I),(hiii,(X)0 loxcs Tnciin nro probably as jfooil fish In tl'csoa nsovcrworo Hod about. YonUcrs btntt-s man. The Public Awards tho P.iltn to Halo's Honey of llorchonml mid Torlnr couglis. i Pike's Tootlmclio Drops euro Inono inlmito. Mucus mlstnlto (rold for Rood, whereas It Is only u me.ins of obtaining it. ltotliolou could. "BitowN's lliioNcimt, Tnoi lira" nro tho elmiilest, qulrkustniiduiostoffectiinl romedy Xorllronohltls, AsthintiuudThrontUlMunos Mn.v nro won. not blamc.l, ns by being lovo. Cliannhi...

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. — 9 January 1896

o r I- Q a THE BEAVER HERALD. VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 189G. NO. 51. Cj T HISTORY OF A YEAR. j Tho Important Happonlngs of 1805 Noted Chronologically. ' LIST OF HEAVY BUSINESS FAILURES. Foreign Events Aro of More Than Usual In terest Ljrnehngs llnte Hern Jtemnrk nlily frequent Record of Dentin l'olltlnil ml Sporting Notes, Etc business rAii.uuns. INVOLVINO UABtLITlES OP $500,000 AND UPWAnDS -BANKS OKNEnALLY. y Jan. 4 At Birmingham, Ala., City nation- Jnn. 10-At Sioux City, la., Fidelity Loan & Trust Co.: $4,200,000. Jnn. H Dover (N. H.) National bank. Jan. IE DoverUN. II.) Five Cent Savings bank. Jnn. 21 At nipchamton, N. T., Mer chants' bank. . ...... Jan. 21 At Atlanta, Georgia Mining & Manufacturing Co.: $3,000,000. Jan. Si Trenton (Neb.) bark.. ..At New .York, Leonard Smokeless Powder Co.; $10, 000 000. Feb.' 2 At New York, Eastsldobank. Feb. U Superior (Neb.) bank. ...Lees burg (Fla.) bank. Feb. 15 At Richmond, Va., Bankof Lcx- . 'nFeb"'l...

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. — 9 January 1896

s re If - 'dtxni. 5x?2L'r OfSgU! Ceu'y PJfpr. I.ItT and POLL WROH? Editor asi Vjfttlaf. Fram exa r irilu'i re odewt W4inuni. t. I" , Jan , 3, lit. Ths I'tuviJeot has at lae aimed hr ntsvs whi iH frm U;t Cfsmmi.ion to in ,vdge the: Ve-iMseltn dispnte. It carae ia the form of a Xew Year an ntneemnt. Thre are o siid Com niuiion 10 jurist.. t enlfepe rcea and -rel'-known lawyer, aei .their oarse are? . ffoT: Da id J. reer., of Xitwta, Justice of th IJnJteJ State- Sapreaie Court; Kiebard II. A hey, of Ma-yUnd, Chief Jot 6f the Cwrt of Appeab of the liivtrici nf Colsmli Andre D. White, of New York; Fred prick K. Ccnderf. f "ei Yeta", and Jjnirl C. ,3Hro3n. of Mankind. Th. two prrat punir-, that of JcmKra: and republican, re erjnafly eprwntfd on the wVitiriE-ifia, wiih thai fifth muW hi vine no orifspulcen frliip Bsf the llfivhmiiyitT wiU acefpt the- jljcro which thry have fcrn appointed, nd are expected to embt J.jre as n a J f ractieaht vjth a view to their aveanng it and entering npon t...

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. — 9 January 1896

w w Y ,vuui.isin:u i:vi:ttv tiiuusdav. 'Entered at postolBco nt Beater 0. T. us second claai matter April 13, 181).). ,aTKM8 - - - - fl 00 l'EU YEAR. AtlVKIlTISIMl BATES Made UuOWtl OD Op plication. . OFFSCAH DIREL1011Y Governor,,.. Wm. C. ltcufrow. (secretary. T. J, Lowe. Attorney (Jcncrnl... .....C A. OalbrallU. Assistant Attorney General.... Roy Hoffman. V. S. Mwaliall..,..) JMward I). Nix. -('. S. AUorney Caleb 11. Urookg. Chief Juallc Frank Dale. fA. 0. C. Merer. I Jas. H.liuriord. Aitoclftt Justices. .., j II. W. Scolt. I.J. L. MoAtce. " . if " COUNTY 0PFICER8. Prnuato Judge Carter "rity Clerk , . . Dyko Italllnger Bheriff F. 1). Hcaly Treasurer , . . J. C. Williamson 'Attorney , C. H. Wright register of Deeds Dyke Ballinger Eupt. of Schools Sirs. II. K. Ulancb&rd Surveyor. K. O. Barbee Coroner N. A. Peckham f F. J! IlirdiaH. Cemmiaaioners i II. K. Q. l'ntman. Lee Howard, .TCllIBON.TOl'KK.V AND SANTA I'E, nv. Depart lu. no pro 5:3(1 m ) a. 1:2ft ) m Jd U:20 pm ll:ospni Arr...

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. — 9 January 1896

An tips Acorn PEOPLE. A monument to the lete Bishop Trtay taan (colored) rrUl be erected in Balti more. It Is no: generally known that the wife of Sir rhtllp Curne. the British ambassador in Constantinople, is the lady known to the world as Violet Fane. Copt. Thomas Morley. a survivor of the charge of the Light brigade. Libby prison and Ford's theater disaster, is living In Washington and is in good health. Mr. Mary Rochester (colored) died in Newcastle. Dei. conntr alaesbouse a few day ago at the reputed age of 11 j years, sue noa nvm in mat vicinity , during iBst of her life Mrs. Samuel Craft, living near Me Gee's. Slrnon county, Mlss is jut 4? years old. aad fees .bed 20 cbJMres, It of wtea are living. This is considered tcoething of a record la that section. Sandew. Use strong ota, has a big bralnasireHasabiirbedr. HeisqtHte an iregeatetu fellow. aBd asaoag his is venttons are an topreveiBeat s the bicycle and a eotabtaatioa Irvix aad bathtub for travelers. BREVITIES OF FUN. Ete...

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. — 16 January 1896

o a xt THE BEAVER HERALD. U VOL. I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1G, 189G. NO. 52. pi Tales of the: Pineries. W? A LYCIIING IN MOSINEE. lCop7rl2lit 1S04, by Docbcllcr, Johnson &Ilach cller.1 concluded. Tho roar camenenrer, a-nd tho shouts cow 'took shape. "Bring a rope a ropcl" "We'll hang '1m right now." That terrible voice seemed to inflnmo the whole mob, as a raucous snarl of a tiger rouses the beasts of a inanagcrlo to primitive ferocity. "Now, Annie," said Dan, "you go in nnd" "Hut you're goin' to need me out here, Dan. I'd rather bo out hero with you." "Annie," said Dan, quietly, "go in side. Lock all the doors. Lock this door behind me and hide tho keys. I'll stand right here alone." "All right, Dan," she replied without & quaver. "IJut I'm afraid " "Don't open tho doora for anything or anybody till morning not even to mo." His voice hod a peculiar inflexi ble quality. "I don't need any help." She knew him in these moods. "All right, Dan. It's your du...

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. — 16 January 1896

!' !J l in i ! i I f IM I- i I ;i if i t w ! ' '' --.. jj$c;ct?::r - JEfcraUt. I.tWf ami UOLI.Y iVKKHIT IMI1nrautl I'rntirictitrs. w.shi.hivx i.i:m.i.. aroi our tegular erree," rni..t , T4iX,iTM.. p. 0.. Jnn , 3, iSlf.. IS'iw tine tlie Veimttcleaii (jwuiiiiis Dibit lm Ihhii formed it lias If J lo mi in terview witli I lie iltfT-teiit U, S- Kena , iii. by Hcjij IN'oftuait, tilt epeeial Ciiiiii!imir ef ili London Ilily t t" tninleie. who Imt been here in Wash 1iiIiiii for eunic tiute j.mi. 'flier re all w.rin'y In favirr of nil International vVuii ir tlio frtiiiiK-iit of iliute wlmi diptuiMigr li ("itod. Thui all .,u b uiatlra cuukl be arbitrated witji , rt l! -ml ixl. Armed Venznuionn Xolutiloeri arc ii'tvr ou (lie Giiiii.ni ltnnlvr guarding . ilii frontier. TIii- irevi.CK op iiilon on the fre p Ciiui4i: substitute i tlial it nill pass the Hansti', and that tins freo (jnina;;e .uno'i'hiitfiic tn the rotentic hill, Mnutld nt. lie otTetetl. ill Ik! defeated. The tr'HlJiu JSemitotkl inu...

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. — 16 January 1896

.2 4 r r r I -UMIkLlUArCttr!UferkZA'UUaia jMttt&w ,, bKwt r roiiMsiinu r.vKKY tihjusiuy. Kntcreil (il postolfico at Iteavrr O. T. m sccou-l class matter Apr!! 12, 188."i, lEHMS - - - - $100i'KltYK.n. AiiTtnTisixd r.ATiM made knotvn on np. jilinilion. v o ffioia r, mum, 7 on y tlovcrnor, Win. 0. lV?nfrow Secretary T.J.Lcwo. Attorney (Icneral C A. Galhrailh. Assistant Attorney General..., Hoy llolluian. V. a. Marshall IMrranl D. Nli. ( t). S. Attorney CalaliU.Urooks. r.lilcf Justice,,,..,.. Frank Dale. (. . a lliorer. I J.13. It. tlurford. Associate Justices .,.- It. IV. Scott. (.,1. !.. MeAtce. COUNTY OFFICERS. I'roliMa Judge Carter "ricy Work . . Dyke Hallinger C'hcriff F. I). Hcaly , l'rcajiircr .J. 0. Williamson Attorney. . ,. ,. ,V . , C. K. Wright Uegieter of Uecdt Dyke llallinger KujH. of Schosto Mm; 11. 13. jtltuiclianl Surveyor. . .- It. 0. Ilarbee Gcroner....-. Jf. A. Ptckliam f F. J. Itinball. Sommissioncrs ..... H. 13. 0. 1'utman. ( Lee Howard. XT0U1S0N TOPEKA AM) HANT...

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. — 16 January 1896

r lit i'j w 1 tiioo is rni7.i;i o.v oats ami cons Laat ycnr wc ottered S200 lor the lilg rct yield of oals. 209 bushels SiWcr Mine Oats was the highest. This ycur we offer ?200 more on oats, $100 on Sil ver King Hurley, n barley yielding- lu 1S95 lift bushels per ncre, and $100 on Golden Triumph Yellow Dent Corn, tho torn of your drcnmsl What's Teoslntc and Snnd Vcteli nnd Bacnllne nnd LathyriH and Glunt Bpurry nnd (Slant Jncnrnnto Clover and lots of Kueh things? They'll make you rich It you plant a plenty. Catalogue tells youl lr YOU WILL CUT THIS OUT AKD SEND It with 10c. postage to the John A. Sal ter Seed Co., LnCrosse, Wis., you will get free 10 grasses and grains, nbovo oats, barley, corn nnd their catalogue. Cat alogue nlonc, 6c. (k) How calmly wo siny submit ourselves to Iho hands of him who bears up tho world. Richter. linn's This T Wo offer Ono Humlrcd Dollars Hewnrd for nny c;io of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fj J. CiiEScr ic Co., Props., Toledo,...

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. — 23 January 1896

w- $ THE HERALD. BEAVER VOL. II. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1896. NO. 1. 1! I CURRENT COMMENT. The flres In Now York city Inst year nretaged over ten a day and cost S3, 116,431. --- Ninetekn counties of South Caro lina nre using their convicts to lmprovo tho roads. DcniKO tho past year tho Congrega tional church erected 222 moro churches than In any previous year. In exactly 15 days Samuol Evans, a young man of Decatur, Ind., recklessly Bpont a fortuno of S25.000. It was said that the noted European tankers, the Rothschilds, wero buying up the cntlro gold output of tho Colo rado mines. ,, , Sin CirAltLKS Dh.ke said tho other day that sooner or luter all of North and South America is destined to be come a part of tho United States, Canada Included, and this will ho in obcdlcnco to natural relations. Hetieii M. Wells, the first governor of tho stato of Utah, was born In Salt Lake city 37 years ago, and was edu cated at the university of Utah. Ho has been for fiv...

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. — 23 January 1896

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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. — 23 January 1896

',jr & X- Verne w ,..- ,. Vf W(tiiw.uii,ijfl 'PUI1WS1IUU iliVlHUV TUUIWDA. . Ilnlcred M poionico at Iicftvcr O. T. as second cIbm matter April 12, ISn.'i. l'KltMS - - $1 00 l'Ult YUAN. AtiTKitTtsiNO nm.s made known on ap plication. OFF1CIA t. Dilute i on r Governor,.,, Vn. C. l'.cnfrow. Secretary T. j. Lone. Attorney (Jcncral C A. flalbrallb. Assistant Attorney Geucrnl....Hoj Hoirman. U. S. Marshall lldward D. Nix. 1'. S. Attorney Caleb II. Drook. Khief Justice Finnk Dale. fA. 0. 0. Biorcr. I Jas. 11. Burlonl. Associate Justices... . 4 II. W. Scott. , ), h. McAtco. COUNTY OFFICERS. Prolmlo Judge ; Cailcr ".lie.? Clerk , Dyke Iiillinger Sheriff ' F. 1). Heal.v Treasurer..' .' ,J. C. Willlnnwm Atlornoy C. It. Wright Uegislcr of Deeds.' Dyke Uallin;rer Supt. of School Mm. II. K. Blancbard 3nrr-yor U. 0. Turbo Ccroner N. A. I'lckbam fF. J. Il!rdall . ii. i:. a. l'litin I I.eo Howard. F.J. Illrdall. Sominissioncrs. tman. .TCHIBON.TOl'EKA AM) HANTA l'E, ItV Iiopurt in impm ,ClilcaK l'...

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. — 23 January 1896

V i "I Y I XA ; H ? v 'mi , $' ' c 'hi . W-WV v f NEWSPAPER WAIFS. Not .Literal. "Teacher "If boy mites you on tlietlght clieck, what should you do?" 'Dlcl Hicks "Give Jt to him with mo Icfr.V Puck. Edith "I'm irf a quandary!" Isabel "How la that?" KdlUi "Tom prom ises to stop drinking it I marry hi in, find Jack threatens to begin it I don't." Tit-Blta. Miss Pcrtr-"Is Miss Strait Lneo cir cumspect?" Msa Caustic "Circum spect! Why,' sho won't accompany a young man ori( Jho piano without a tboperon." Salem Garotte. In Chicago. Visitor "Vhcro Ik it that man lives 7 MtiHt be outflldo the city limits, isn't It?" Resident "Out 4ldo tho what?" Visitor "Tho city limits." Resident "We Imwn't any." "-Puck. A French confectioner, proud of Ids English and wishing to let patrons know that their wants should bo at tended to nt once, without any delay, put out tho sign: "Short WcighU Here." Harper's Drawer. Tlio (lift of a Oooil Rlomnch Is ono of tho most beneficent donntlons vouclisafod to us by...

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