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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 3 April 1889

<f? * . "*w ' *• rfc \ - Canadian freí pre* , rADIAN, TJEXAS. > f*ÍE?*ít- * • ; Buffaxo Bill wants to be a gnooral in the Nebraska militia. Mart Semons of Kentucky, aged 10, Is a very successful evangelist. Dr. Mary Walker has applied for 'I patent on an improved suspender. _ "Peace! peace!" were the dying words of Bishop McTyeire, president of Vanderbilt university. Mrs." Senator Stanford, in her drives about Washington, rides behind a pair of magnificent black horses which are valued at $20,000. At Stuttgart, Germany, died a few days ago the widow of the late Karl Frederick Ludwig von Schiller, eldest son of the poet, at the age of 85. How much has Paris become laicized may bo reckoned from the fact there has been a monument to Jean Jacques Rousseau unveiled in the Pantheon. An' Arkansas man who bears the name of Jerusalem John Johnson wants it changed to John the Baptist Smith in order that he may inherit ten acres of land. It is rumored that the London Col- lege of Physici...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 3 April 1889

,V -.•O ;; jj§ •>* II . -""" . | V ?í; I|- tk;. k > . . ' 2 . V ^D*. T. BbMAN ÜUEBXER, AD «miÜOlí Jjtrman authority, gays: "Consump- tion !■ always due to deficient nutrition •f the lunga, caused by bad blood." At the Brompton Hospital for con- sumptives, London, England, a state- ment ha* T>«en published that 53 pfci cent, of the patients of the institution hayo unsuspceted kidney disorder. >£ls explains why the proprietors o i Warner 8 Safe Cure claim that the^ hare received many testimonials whicb thev have not published, because oi ¡the incredulity with which they would ?>e received were it claimed that War- ner's Safe Cure cures consumption. But tbQ ?«t;t is that if your kidnevs b« cured o.vid put in a healthy condition they expel the uric acid and poison- ous waste matter, and prevent the ir- ritation of the delicate substances oi the lungs, thereby removing the cause. When the effect is removed the symp- tom of kidney disease, which is called consumption, disap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 3 April 1889

iPIPilP gKi Canadian Free Press, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF JIEMPHILL COI" NT Y. I, !. 1AIH Niter tad •1.50 PER TEAR; «1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at tlie Post office at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING KATES. 1 inch single column. $1,50 per month. 2 or more inclies SI ,00 per inch per month. J^cals. first insertion loc per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double tin* rate for loejils. Job work at reasonable prices, presented nionthlv. Bills "HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Jndjrc. WicrltT, Deputy Slioriff, Clerk. •Treasurer. ... County Atloruey, - • Justice of the TeHce. Assessor. - Surveyor. - - W. H. H. CuimliijrhaiT COMMISSIONERS. . Tinvhl F v - Win. Rlckar'! E. E. Polly T. T. MeHrr A. M. Tarblll J. II. Hopkins J. .7. fi >rlnoh W. S. Deekor First DUlrlct, Second District, Third District. Fourth District,- IHstrlct Judge, District Attorney, TERMS OF COURT: County Court, Tor t« tli civil and crim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 April 1889

: ■: El E RES w Yol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill Ccui^íry; TCexas, We^nesday- Apr. 10 ,1889. No-3*7 T^ b"> To The Pi,1 lie, The Good Templers oi (^aiiíi«liám desire to announce to the public in general that tlie work of an Entclligenc Office will be lone by them in connec- tion with the reading room. There- fore all who wish to pit ploy help, ei- tHérmale or fen or those-looking for work. xVill apply to 11. Deans, who can be f< und at the Heading Room evenings. Lost. A goIíHcarf i>in with light set, sup- posed to have been lost at the school liouse Friday evening. The Under willci ..: . • vor by returning to Joe W. Jones. Notice. The parties who have been tea rift'/ * down the house on the Joe Reynolds section will please call around and pay ifpr same or they will be prosecuted: : they re known. W. S.'Deélier. Notice. The firm of C. AV. Frickey Jr. & Co., * consisting of C. \V. Frickey, Jr. and ¿Henry Hamburg, has this day dissolv- ed by mutual consent. Ifertiy Ham- burg assu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 April 1889

«fccurg—w—i prsyipí «ttiwDion fret Jlrees. texas legislature. a ■ 1*. ▼. HASH, Publisher. qjjf ADIAS, TJfcXAS. The prince oí Wales has been pres. ent at three ministerial downfalls at Paris. The University of Georgetown haa conferred the degree of LL. D. upon John Boyle O'Reilley, the Irish-Ameri- can poet. A young lady who aspired to fame as a musician went one day to Rubinstein for advice. She played for him, then asked: "What shall I do?" "Get married.v was the reply. Tue sultan has a fad for electric- driven vehicles. He has an electric tandem, and he is now having an electric-driven boat, with a swan's neck prow, built at Richmond. Be fork leaving England Colonel North, the "nitrate king," presented to n writer who had served him well at one of the be-t London hotels a check /orno less ;i ^,uin than £1.000. «. Pbofe¿>oi: S. Stanhope (Juris, oí Princeton, has obtained a leave of ab- sence for one year and will represent the college at the American Classical School at Athens d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 April 1889

aRg m i COJfTBNTMENT passes WtftltK. Tott lit sure to be ouulentcd Uto uta oi Warner's Log Cabin EXTRAOT for external and internal pains. Thi Is better than to employ a physician who cannot do more for you if you had the wealth of Crasus. *Two sises, 00 cent.** and $1. MHRSlH NYE WANTS NEW RAIMENT. He Orders Same From Mr. Wanamak: —Lets Drop a Few Hints About a Po3toffice—His Past Official Ca- reer—Hopes to Send Mr. Wannamaker Orders. The Arkansas Legislature deetared the pronunciation of the State to be Ar*kan- tavr, accent on the first syllable. A low condition of health is com moo with many who allow themselves to worry. Mental anguish cnuees bodily sufferings. Anxiety and care has broken down many constitutions. A train of disorders usually follow mental distnss. Heart affections, nervousness sleeplessness, dyspepsia, liver complaint, kidney troubles, etc., are amone tbe list. A sure remedy for relieving all mental and physical di>tress is Brown's Ir«">n Bitters. It at onc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 April 1889

c "-'■ 7¿r- «>••■•" .-> 1 — - í ir.3vü ■y % .Tft y ^ii^ay Y ■■ ■ ■r.iy ian Free Press, ORGAN OF I1E3IPHILL COUNTY. I. I. IIIM Hitar iri Proprietor. incb year; §1 for six months. STRICTLY in advance. 5IIEP every wednesday at canadian. texas. red at tlie l'ostoflice at Canadian * s second-class matter. advertising rates. inch single column. $1,50 per month, or more inches 51,00 per inch per „ itfi. .. J^oeals, first insertion lóc per line Additional insertions 10c per lino. Bnle work double ti e rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills Mited monthly. IEMVIIJIJj COUNTY Judge, Sheriff, Deputj Sheriff, - Clerk, Treasurer. - Comity At tor 11 rv, Justice of the Peace. Assessor. •arvejor. OFFICERS K. K. Polly T. T. Mcflre . - A. M. Tarblli J. I!. Hopkins .1. .7. Cíorlnch W. P. Dock or Nt-lso Foot - - R. ('.Nail W. H.H. Cunningham First District, Second District, Third District. Fourth District, commissioners. David Fay - Wm. Uickard j. C. Turner William Grooms District Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 April 1889

' ; ' CAN ADÍAN ---- - p§pf2 PT^S pf^rt f~r^ r—^ R 12 5 5.3 5 V <*> W& SFÍ VOL. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Apr. 17 ,1889. No 38 To The Pi.l lie, The Good Templers oa Canadian desire to announce to the public in general that the work of an Entelligenc Office will he .lone by thein in connec- tion with the reading room. There- fore all who wish to employ help, ei- ther male or female, or those looking for work, will apply toR. Deans, who can be found at the Heading lloom evenings. Lost. A gold scarf pin with light set, sup- posed to have been lost at the school house Friday evening. The finder ■will confer a favor by returning to Joe W. Jones. Notice. The parties who have been tearing down the house on the Joe Heynolc!- section will please call around and pay for same or they will be prosecuted: thev are known. \Y. S. Decker. Notice. The linn of C. W. Frickey Jr. & Co.. consisting of C. W. Frickey, Jr. and Henry Hamburg, has this day dissolv- ed bv mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 April 1889

'•<- "-S iíESKJBgg, ****$&-■ ^49®*■ W í;" - Sí yo^pg^;^¡^«te^^g<^--. j|pí ' ">fc'?sgi5?:<>ia^^^p^KSí:-^n Jy afc^.v.^ggt^pjgK ¿ i . m V* ---■^r¿§r=">^ v~«* - " •« ■'; ? - _<i*.--v^*2í5 * / fttt Jhrifi. . "< .. i CAFJJPIA , m Charles A. Dana is said to «wn the finest collection of rare china in all New York. Prince Krapotkiv, the Russian nihilist, has settled in London for the rest of his life. It is stated that Queen Victoria has sent for an eminent Indian scholar to teach her Hindustani. Gov. Ames of Massachusetts is re- ported as favorable to the old • custom oí wearing ruffled shirt3 and ready to assist a revival of the bygone fashion. Sarah Bernhardt had a remarkable run of luck at the Monte Carlo roulette table last week, where she won three times in succession, each time with the chances of 36 to 1 ajfain3t her. The hereditary Grand Falconer of Great Britain is tho Duke of St. Albans, who receives a salary of $4,825 a year for holding the title. It i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 April 1889

9 h Ú I tiri- ta tfW fÍS DID IT ELECT HARRISON? The following appeared in a Minn* •sota paper: "Members of the Demo- cratic party bare been using all subter- fuges to account for their overwhelm- ing defeat, and numerous are the causes alleged. "I was talking with several of the vanquished on Í ourth street the other day, opposite a bill board, and one of the party exclaimed: "If it had not been for the closeness of the National Committee in the expenditure of moo- e^r, we would have elected our man. The Republicans ad\^rtised their man like a circus." Several of the party remarked that no advertising was done except small announcements in the papers, and a frw "hangers" on the dead walls. "Hangers?'* said our informant. "What do you call that but a circus poster!" pointing to a twelve-sheet medicine poster on the bill board, bearing the cuts of Gen. Harrison and his grandfather. ''It the Democrats had advertised like that, Cleveland would have been elected. The poster referred to w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 April 1889

ü. • --i: . -r tJ"— ®*K^ L','tflii ii?.innmii^ ''jiit1 wu*- klmí : •*.■•1 Canadian Free Press, tub official 01:0an of hemphill cot: STY. GOr 'EM AGAIN. L, V, MAIM Eta tad fwprictor. $1.50 nú yeah; «1 von six months. strictly in' advance. fvblished eveky wednesday at canadian. texas. Entered at the l'ottoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 incli single column. SI,-"* \ *-v month J or more inches !?!.♦*> per inch per month. locals, first insert ion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate f«>r locals. Job work at reasonable prices. JJills presented monthlv. Two Brooklyn I tea Go Flahlng And Encounter the Sea Serpent. It is M. A. Russell of 188 Bridge street, Brooklyn, who has seen him Ibis time, says the New York Herald. Mr. Russell is sometimes a tailor and and at others a veracious and enthusi- astic amateur tidherinan. It was in his last-naméd capacity that he en- countered the sea serpent. Listen to his tale as he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 April 1889

WiS;' •ri:-. AD AN Hemphill Cowty, Texas. Wednesday Apr. 21 .1889. Canadian, No 39 ^--r—.'T s ' -> To Tlie Pit! ItJ Templers v f Canadian jounce to the public in the work of an Entelligenc II be .lone by them in connec- I tlie reading room. There- wish to employ help, ei- or female, or those looking kill apply to R. Deans, who I'lind at the Heading Room jLost. scarf pin with light set, sup- have been lost at the school "riday evening. The Under ír a favor by returning to - Joe W. Jones. 1?EAD- irties receiving this paper con- I an X marked with a bine pen- mulerstand that their subscrip- is exhausted and that the pa- in.* discontinued, if not renew - ice. We cannot afford to keep i subscribers on the list who ot pay. (We have a little list.etc.) FREE FTIE.S.S is worth taking the office, it is worth paying for; t, don't take it, as the manage- 1 is not asking for charity. ÍAIHAX IS TIIE GATEWAY TO OKLAHOMA f it Joins*IIEMl'IIILL County On the East. This Is Something Of a CHESTNUT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 April 1889

TEXAS STATE NEWS. WséMtM «m i r';.:?.:: ?;. ' .V"■'■"• -• • -■■;■ Wm ■ v SPi V-w'V «Ky5 SHE-' wíñms- HB(s¥- y* / 4 i: -- c ■& Henrt Laboüchere genially de scribes General Wolseiey as "a perfect gas-bag of self-conceit." ' Ex-Senator Tabor of Colorado be- gan life under Secretary Proctor, work- ing for some time in his marble quar- ries in Vermont Count von Moltke Is very old, deaf, and a martyr to a bad liver. Yet he carries himself easily and seems a well-preserved man. • One of the youngest men now in Washington is Hannibal Hamlin, who is not yet ninety years old by con- siderable. His face has a ruddy hue, and he is having a high old time "with the boys." He wears an overcoat now- adays. The empress of Austria carries a traveling basket fitted up so that she is able to make soup on the cars. It has silver sauce-pans with gold handles, and the empress declares that she can make in it better broth than any chef can concoct. Wiiát purports to be the skull of JJarnley, the husban...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 April 1889

- • .a • • . : - ■. shhb ^l?lá t- v..,«,■... . •-- -;~'. - :.*S ■ -'. ' - ipeéigépi ■ frJW* -¿j,* a85ws§?p? ii# íte*:.~:-•'V-Jm'>%« < y-. gap k> í? Frea (bitterly)—"That nomas itd me tbe greatest injury woman can do to man— Save me a solemn promise of marriage." tarry—"And broke it?" Fred (more bit- terly)—"No. kept it, and made ire keep it, tool" warner's Log Cabin Remedies—old frshioned, simple compounds, used in the days of our hardy forefathers, are "old timers" but "old reliable." They comprise a u Warner's Log Cabin Sarsaparilia, "Hops and Buchu Remedy," "Cough and Consumption Remedy," "Hair Tonic," "Extract," for External and Internal Use,"Plasters," "RoseCream," for Catarrh, and "Liver Pills." They are put up by H. II. Warner & Co., proprietors of Warners Safe Remedies nnd promises to equal the standard value of those great preparations. All druggists keep them. It may sound somewhat contradictory, but tbe tirst thin# in a boot is tbe last. Better Than Oklahoma....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 April 1889

■ÉiÉl B V dian Free Press. OF IISMFHiLÍ I rFlCIAL OIGAN COUNTY L I. HAHM Hitar 2nd Proprietor. YEA I ; $1 KOU SIX MONTHS. STlilCTLY IN ADVANCE. ■SUED EVEKY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. ►red at Uie Pcstofliee at Canadian as second-class matter. advertising hates. eli single column. SI.50 per month, more incites 51.00 per inch per •als. first insertion 1oC per line dditioiial insertions 10e per lino, lie work double the rate tor lora Is. b work at reasonable prices, ilills silted inoiitlilv. VimiLL COUNTY OFFICERS 3ko> K. E. Polly T. T. Mcfii-p iity Sheriff, - - - A. M.Tarblii J. H. Hopkins rrenMJver. <«erlaeli inly AltoriK y. - W. S. t>«*k«'r ilicc of tlic Pf-aw - - Nelse Pon or. Hrrcyor, COMMISSIONERS. . - Davhl Fay The JlNfoitnuo of a EuJa. Man. a voting du <•, cla-i in the most fasbionabla and expensive of raiment,, walks t if tí streets of New Xotk with very liltlo actual ca^i in bis pockets. Among the gilded youth r>f limited financial resources isCliarl e Vander...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 May 1889

Yol. 2. \ * ;v.a?;:.f • iH apSSS* r^4*¿^-:V-:if,. !r?%Sí.; GAN Ai\M r.-^.-9 •> íg. Canadian, Hemphill Coxfnty, Texas, Wednesday May i ,2889. V - - V: .«£*8 ■ . «6- • . • f-' PR ES NO 40 f:-¿4§&' _jMf- R. R. Decker, le ng a resident of Jíew York City and father of our wor- thy citizen, W. S. Decker, is on a visit to onr city. Let us hope he may receive such treatment at the hands of the cit- izens as to induce him to take up his residence among us. The lpcal attorneys have been atten- lg court at Miami this week. A. M. J'eck, book-keeper for the Hazelton Boiler Mill Co., was in town ThuTaday. John Iloffer, Special Agent of the Land Office, is in the city. ^Mrs. Lucy Selkirk of Galveston is in the city. Judge W. J. Todd of Ochiltree Í3 in the city. C. II. Shaller has returned from Ok- lahoma/ i To The JPitbii''.. The Good Tempters o %} Canadian desire to announce to the public in general that the work of an Entelligenc Oflh e will be lone by them in connec- tion,with the readin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 May 1889

iJS^iPfSP •; -'-f ' V-:-'- - * X &*•: Canadian fr« JJkm. &. T. HABUf, Publisher. m ADIA , At least a huudred of the most fash- ionable women in New York have railed on Mrs. Cleveland since her ar- rival, there. Mrs. Cleveland^ visitors at the Victoria hotel, New York, are more nu- merous than she can receive, and are a thorn in the side of the hall-boys, who are continually running up-stairs with cards. It is reported that Col. Ingerscirs fee in the Kerr boodle trial was $25,- 000. A retainer of $10,000 was supple- mented by a fee of $15,000 contingent on acquittal. It is also reported that the lawyer hugged his client when the jury announced the verdict JosEpn Nicola, a full-blooded In- dian. represents the Penobscot tribe in the Maine legislature. The Penobscots and Passamaquoddies are each entitled to one representative, whose position is similar to that of a territorial dele- gate in congress, having a voice in the proceedings, but no vote. Bishop Ken, author of the fami...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 May 1889

gig*"; •vr-;- i* i • - . Kr ¥*€ mz - m it- ( pgp?r^-- f§ ^ ' * *" :' •■•:""' :-" . ' '•'•• ••' W ' * V. ' '■• pMl íÉÉ "• " ^ .■■--• .-. •,.. *' • - . • • • ■> > •••.•• ••• • • ' ■ ":■ . .6:/:■ * _P:jo lnent G cr*imen, Physician*, and «rJ 'Jais £ of citlz us are unanimous ia the indorsement of Salvation Ofl. tl f sreat core for Rheumatism. Trice only 25 cents a bottle. At all Druggixts. Young ladles. on the eve ol marriage, now give *-spinster dinner*,"' t which female friends only r.ro entertained. They are al- lowed to talk of every ihing. and never tail to mention the nunjt'r ou« curative benefits of Dr. Bull's t out?:i .Syrup that cures all «ough. cold, brunchiiis. cr.up. and sore throat. A bcauiiful Kcarf pfu Ins a sherry colored topaz rimmed with a circle ot small diamonds of unusual luster. CRQU [QUEHS ricüj FÍE. II agíalas NO OPIUM In mi form. Among the best refiurllcn A!len*sIinnsR«Uam stands pre-eminent Tho druirifi-tts apeak of It In fcigbest term*, a* giving entire ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 May 1889

Canadian Free Press, 111* OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY L. !. BARM Editsr ail Proprietor. •1.50.rkk year: fl fok six months. strictly in advance. rUBLISIIKI> EVERY WEDNESDAY AT C ANADIAN. TEXAS. Frt*rrd t? ♦ " Mf i ;U-( 1 7F.fi F S.Lon C«« i^ Hkxkt Himburg L. E. Finch President. eh-1 i m m OFFICERS j E. K. Polly ¡ T. T. MeOrf I A.M. TarbiM I tr fleS. iiEMPinu. rorNTY Judge. Sheriff. rwpiMt Sheriff. - Hrrk. TrfBsurer. - County Attorney, Justice < f ihe Pntcp Assoyisor. .... Surveyor, COMMISSIONERS. David F'iv - Win. Hfeknrd HU3SAND A MO WIFE. Bfotr Varrled I-Ife Can Be Made ■ Ileaven 011 Earth to i;oth. Of the dut es of husband and wife, >ne to the other, the Queen advises ihe \ ounir married woman to try and •ealize when sha returns from the Honeymoon trip, that holiday ¡8 over, nd workaday life has b«gun. She aeed not be unhappy because she is busy, 011 the contrary; but she has duties, and must take them up, and one of th'-m is the happiness of her companion, which is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 May 1889

r if: EÜ t&'Xext week's issue of the FREE I*RESS will contain a full account of the Adobe Walls Indian Fight. vol. 2. ¿te-- ¿KJÍ CAN .V f_^£ ;v' Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday May 8 ,3889. CANADIAN IS TllE GATEWAY TO OKLAHOMA It Joins HEMPHILL County On the East. This Is Something Of a CHESTNUT But WE Want YOD to KEEP YOUR EYE OX THE INDICATOR, CANADIAN. Washington, May 6,—Attorney General Miller has called upon Mar- shals Jones and Needles for an explan- ation of their conduct and that of their deputies on the occasion of the opening of Oklahoma to settlement. Export Of Cattle. The exports of live cattle and dressed beef from the United States to the United Kingdom are among the pleas- antest features of the commercial sit- uation just at present, says the New York Tribune. Last week the exports were equal to 14,000 head of cattle, which is said to be unfrecented in the history of the business- To accomo- date this great trade every regular steamer that leaves the ...

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