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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 2 March 1899

BEAVER HERALD. F. 8. DRUMMOND, Publlshor. nEAVEU - - OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A DIM. was Introduced Into Mia Wis consin legislature to prohibit tight lacing among women. 1'liKMlKli Saoabta reduced the roll of generals in thu Spanish army a little whllo aco, but hts war minister reports that there are still U00 on the pay list. Tub matrimonial record of Indiana, If not of tho United .States, Is said to be held by Mrs. l'olly Owens, who has just acquired her fourteenth husband. A Pl.ouit mill trust witli n capital of 35,0011,000, It was reported, had been orpniiizcd at Milwaukee. All the Du lutli mills except two and most of tho Minneapolis mills wcro said to be In tho syndicate. Tlir. United Males Investor is credit cd witli tho prediction that a panic la llkoly to como in 1003 or 100 It gets this Idea from an assumed law of pe riodicity which it thinks it has traced in comparing tho dates of previous panics. Tim: city council of Chattanooga, Tcnn., the other night passed an ordi na...

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 March 1899

Trie i.,n JJTv IKMf?1 ljTr "YtATl, ICoryrltM, iSot. by Longmans, Green & Cft SYNOPSIS. Chapter I D'Aurlac. commanding out ost where scene Is laid, tells the story. Oe Gomeron has been appointed by Gen. le Hone to examine Into a charge made tgalnst him. Nicholas, a sergeant, 'brines -In two prisoners, a man and a woman, who tro from the klnc's camp at Le Fere, d'Aurlac. angered by Insulting manner of de omeron toward the woman, strikes him. A. duel follows, and durlnc the commotion tho prlsonerB escape. De Hone happens on the disorderly ecene, and d'AUTlac, upon riving his parole not to attempt escape, hears this remarkable sentence: "To-morrow.. ..you must die on th Held. Win or lose. If I catch you at the close of the day, t will hang jou as high as Haman." Chapter II D'Aurlac next raornlnc takes his place as usual on de Hone's staff. In the course of his ride over the field he saves the rife of Nicholas, the sergeant, who, a victim of de Gomeron's malice. Is found In imminent ...

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 March 1899

rcM.iico KTKBr nrRn.y. GJSti&l Ccanty Paper. -.iiVr"'.'v'rw"cS!!SS 1 1 1 : r , iH.t ii iir iwiaeaaoe al Nr l. T. a eMrf eases tnitf Arl IS, . TERHS - - Tl PES TAtt. Atmmtmm mm kaawtwesi r A. T. S, F. R'T GO. fcMulTf a rm.u r. 1. Wee. j:w he,, gtattaa , Hrtnwl. -uUB.a. (iteadnavj I oa as. . - It" .7,Si.in. ! tea.. ., . .tt.atn.ni. ;SS:I 3taJ Wtehtw . . TH.. .Sri - ... ItUpM. . ...FIortMw t.a.a. . r KaahMWCIt . m. - IM. . ),.,. iV .-Saita r Rant raw Ibe laleat im j.r .ted antartMml that U known, on IU Tim ,rr Trilaa ttt ricl.it M Mull points, aod Mac jrC UlieBd tn dealla-itbwi. r ronif. rM , llmr-laMaa. nr Hi nlber nf ftaathm. xppljr tn the nniit-ralanid. or tu W.J. Hut A, ti 1'. T. A . r-ka. Kanea. K K JMK. .IgWKi, Ktlewed, K '. To tho EAST. CHICAGO. ROCC !3LflWD PACIFIC HASLWAY. riid Rock Inland i f rpfixxt In ltp(hx linjr 'ea fwlooUlrl lo lni rov wwl .! Hi" tant ItfiBrj-, MMy ami comfort that the hi- IU lpfnnl IhuruHflily comilft with Vdllbalnl TMltm. Dost Dining Car Service In...

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 March 1899

TUN The Largest Clmtlnlic-rt I OLDEST NEWSPAPER Ft of any Newspaper In West em OUlr.uoma. rvwttuMMjMiW'viJ-jmB4MjLnjwmiiMUinnax&Mxm cwicwi.wa,uiji.'iiiiiiK''ia"wi-'a'ww,T Liiim KmmrzManmniuwuvi-i TwiwerMWinu't ' vavTi2VK9ryrfiTrmmi iywnrirair VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, !399. NO. 4: ra c. Jill It f SI K f C0XWIK53 AIWOUKSKJ) QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Tho Fifty fifth Congress adjourned March 4lli at l'J M., according to the clock, which hail hero turned back ten rninntcs. Roth Senate and Uouso hud been in continuous ibessien from l:riduy morning, aud Senators and Reprcsents livcs were almost prustialed witli fa tigue, hut tho long stsfion was necessary for tho completion of necessary legisla tion or tho defeat of contested bills. The final agreement on tho river snd harbor hill, containing tho crompromis,) xon the Nioataj;uan cinal, ns teeured about 5:30 a. ni ; tho bundry civil bill, in which tho house forced tho seuato to mrrender the pr...

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 March 1899

BEAVER HERALD. F. S. DRUMMOND, Publlshor. BEAVER OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. TnK Indian territory In said to be developing some of tlio richest coal lands In the United States. The sheriffs of Oklahoma hnve de cided that bloodhounds should be freely used for tho apprehension of criminals. London McthodtsU recently held n 15-hour continuous prayer meotlng, the speakers being limited to two minute prayers. Fhanck is olnt; to have an Interna tional beauty show at l'aris next month; and two New York women have already entered the lists. Thk National League for tho Pro tection of the Family is advocating tho general adoption of an net de signed to secure uniformity In pro cedure In cases of divorce. The Rome correspondent of tho Lon don Daily News said ho learns on re liable authority that Archbishop Ire land, of Minnesota, will bo created a cardinal at tho next consistory. Tub directors of the George Wash ington Monument association, which was recently formed at Chicago, have announced 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 March 1899

h p Uses Pe-ru-na For Colds W & ifrY vSsX f ratwriS' tsmsa wiriai Bi 181 MSI 7?f VS-.TTI.1 : 9 4 I. S WRY me ufa&HaftWirn miB-IH iisU&i jSTsa jysarifliMR v&taraj&V.rtT&a tSSSSfSGESESSlasSSSS! ! a ... L-'tl a ."-. t .- a. .-4'al-i t - w-r. . - --"..ji,, , , - j- . , . vwt;V - i.,. i-r 'TTA?-urT-"-sij--:-?''iJ.J1v . ,-r-ti CAPITOL lHJILIH.NG, SALLM, OREGON. A Letter rrom tlie Executive OIIIco of Oregon. I'e-ni-na i known from the Atlantic to the 1'aclflc. Letters of congratula tion and commendation testifying to the merits of I'e-ru-ua as a catarrh rem edy arc pouring in from eery state in the Union. Dr. Hartmnn is receiving hundreds of such letters daily. AH classes write these letters, from the highest to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the Indoor arti san, the clerk, the editor, the statesman, the preacher all agree that Pc-i u-no is the catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh ns tlit ir greatest enemy, are especially enthusias...

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 March 1899

V ll S nt p.f sew. jw jw 9m M?wc TTtnzmxiiixx?u rvt-' r Wsg-sr jwa. ntr i jtt 5r... 3&......T.1 I i!;Tl. allots pijtu t.vi i'imi.!Piu:i) i:vr.it tkur'uav. dfftolr.l Ccunty 1'apcr. V i 1 I 1 I ! I, XMit Mt1 iir T fi-i - " ' 1 S ; - - - -- .jrs- JST4C S:fES Hnlnpl at eiftto nl lenr O. t. us . -mi1 ts mailer April 1?, lttU'i. I'L'$fS - - Til Ml PER VKAU. AKtMttltIM tlATlH ! VrtOTtlt M ! pllwilMn. A, T, & S. F, R'T CO. UirAt. Tl5HtTVHt.il. Kll. 1, IMS. Hat 1mi I. Msibttis Vs jHwinJ Ulead down I immn Knyifwe! I Jon. iii Srp4y . (til Mil 1tl.l . 7,1 p. rn. .tl.Sl ji H .v. h. in. 7. ton, in. a . m I 3 1 1 rn f " S p. in. I lIUI'li. Ill II III v in . 'I 1 i, in II .!.' p, III. U III ll III. .. w i ,- nrt i ..WtahllH . .NtWlllM. . KllllB Haunt llty . .CllfVHfU . , Ma, HI. 1,1ft n. m. i j. rn. 1"ti. m. iiw p. in. Tim Ma ta F Itnm rims iii Mlest lin pr .vl oiHliniie.il that U known, on lt 1'aw nw TrtMre. u.Hfrni tt.-letss hitoml ii'Hnif. nnil line fX Clo BJC.til I wl(lulli . mr mW", rs...

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 March 1899

,4- tin: Tku Largest Circulation f nujf JteWtpapr ' VT' em Ottlniwiwn. i LDEST KLAHOMA HEVJSPAPER HMWjii iiiii n !' i n1 i ii i ii ii in ri'i'i i i r-nriimn !UWIUUaJtl "!HJiWJWW-'-ut;iJ.IJ EMOfXfTllWBUWWi" M.flX i'wVTf TWM..'ff WJH WWHJM'I.JIIU'J tMUKJUWOQ VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1899. NO. 44. mmi wmm m mm .pwwiw 1WiMflHWUWlPHlii r f? ; r t Si t u ft': The Urent.lMm In K(?)iil. Word wtrnw tlmt "tlie Jiriiish for there is BrUMi bniii and heart beliiud tTitt work, aud UritWh skill will direct it tire randy to build u dam acroM the Nile to create n great storage reservoir f jr tlm laud of Kgypt. The detail as giveu nidloato tlmt tlie eonslruetinn will ba one of the grcatwt. if not absolutely (he groatett, m th world. The groat dam at Awouuti will Imj a wail of granite a mile and a iiunttor long, s4venty.fi). feet high in places mid thirty to forty feet wide. The dam will create u lake throe (lines as large as tho lake of Geneva, which ev...

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 March 1899

h M f . K . l 1 V t i I tj ! f ' It BEAVER HERALD. F. S. DRUMMOND. PuWhher. BEAVEH - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. jjr Indiana man wh u the father of 33 children died recently Id Ui poorbcuse. Titr Colorado legislature has passed a bill providing for an etgst-boar day in all nlan in the Ut. A CrtKJMtt efcerefc has adopted an electrical system of talcing- sp esUee tiona. Little baskets mn eo wres past each pear in the tabernacle, the collections eisnverging to a central treasury snder the immediate ejt of the ofSelattng divine. Jones Rajsojt celebrated Ma eighty eighth birthday at Jacksonville. IIL, a few day a?o. He probably the oldest railroad mas to the cows try, a he was employed Id eoottraetisg the first road ever built fa the world. Tb Use first laid was In England. A nwxsiK casket tnut Is forming, a recent dispatch: from Sandasky, O., stated, and ahovid the expectations be realized any one dyisr in the fat re will do so at a greater expense than now, as prices of eefSas wtil he...

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 March 1899

f OF 3 Tip Neir Cure for Klilnrj-, lllmlilrr nnil Uric Acid Troulilm. 'Almost everybody who reads the Newspapers Is sure to know of Swamp Root, the great Kidney reined. II is the great medical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered after years of scientific resetuch by the em inent kidney and bladder specialist, Dr. Kilmer, and has truly wonderful pow ers in curing kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid ditcascs. Kidney trouble isresponsibleformore Bickncss and sudden deaths than any other disease, and is so deceptive that thousands have It without knowing it. Thousands owe their health and even life toSwamp-I!oot,and thousands more who to-day think themselves beyond help, can be made well by the use of this great remedy. Sunmp-Itoot lias been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, amorrg thchclplcss too poor to purchase relipf, and has proved so suc cessful in every case, that a special ar rangement lins been made by which all readers of this paper, who...

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 March 1899

i n .1 6? Ui $ $ ! 0rn ya.jnifcfri7f '-rv wwcst I . tt.ftUMl.TO ETWIY TflOMbAT. OfltcUl Csuntr Par. F. . DstVMMOyD, tdlf sad 'seMsu.r. i HIHtwyiufil kcanw t. T. m ist mm Aftil 11 ISM. Tffcfct i oo r w ma ttiWII aUH asede intadia. if. ft ia m w, i. tie taxi a. raw. I, nil. Iteffknanal. Me'la (MsedsVa VMt ?. M.M 5!5! . eJtsVM. .. ?.. at. . e'.Htave. .. ,Ma- m. eev. m. a-?' ItsftMft-ste F JltMf MM the ret la. JMMLfc fit tstseara. oaJW 1W- if m teat! poiet. a4 Wear- I ... ..k.Ia .(k A l-Kt. lw I Sides, rar O'twT twla. M'lx.ih ua.ersieJ or to i.j. jm.-k. w. r. t a . rota-aa. im K K Jtttot. Aie-at. Kngteajrtxal, h. sural To iiM EAST. OHiCASO, ROCK 3LAKD & PAGIFiC RAILWAY. ft tec U'aiMl U f.rmwl t frla(HS 17 p'n mloUilwl lilniup4 a ftt tbi Mzary, nNtr and aoaifcwt .bai lfc pop ' f awiiaum drm b4j tU rqalnamt la ihoruashlr tMipkt witfc VMfbt4 Tralaa. y Bosl Dining Cur GeruJco tn Th World, IWfJM nitrpar-. Chair ran, all Ik mot tajrtaat oTne any lauirTHl tatlfiu. AHfMMI ara Qwriacaa Emplo...

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 March 1899

4 ,Tnn The Largest Circulation of nnr Newspaper lit West- OLDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER cm Oklahoma. S .. eitb3F- omm.mii'i.i.'au- aamoi. o.wJJa'au'-i m rmimmLjLiii.fcM amAiaiiuaoiuwLaaaaaojiiiUujuai.jo.mji-iMaiiaaiiFia BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1899. VOL. XII. NO. 45- 7&m ns.Miiy&j a: m Jf""V""'-"ii Mm J LEGISLATION NULLlTlED. THE IIEEF INVESTIGATION. If we nvcr can find out j list what bills passed by the legislature will be allowed to become laws by Governor Barnes, wo will publish the list for the information of our readers. Judging from tho in formation received up to Monday of this neck the list will bo a very short ono. 1q addition to tho long list of vetoed bill?, on last Friday Barnes killed the following important moasurcs Tho quarantine bill; Tho school land bill; Tho bill fixing tho salaries of territo rial officers, and expenditures; Tho appeals to probate- court bill; The fccB and salaries bill; The bill defining penalty for unl...

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 March 1899

r IT I. i i : I' IC 5 BEAVER HERALD. F. 8. DRUWMOND, ribllsher. BEAVER OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. A mammoth phonograph which can b heard by 10,000 persons Is being con structed for tho Paris exposition. Last year the United States im ported 3.2&0 horses, worth S200.COO, and exported over 61,000 horaes, worth SO, 000,000. Tnt department o( state has received claims to the amount of $21,000,000 on account of property destroyed In Cuba belonging to American citizens. RuDox.ru Kax.ii, the Austrian astron omer, names November 14, 1&99, as the date on which the world will come to in end by violent contact with Rlela's comet. r. H. Sphaoue, a Chicago poultry dealer, figures that 8,350,000,000 chick ens and 13.000,000,000 eggs, valued to gether at 5290,000,000, were produced in the United States In 1693. lir a vote of 50 to two, tho city council of Chicago the other night went on record aa being In favor of the municipal ownership of gas and electric lighting and heating plants. The...

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 March 1899

PERFECT womanhood depends on perfect health. Natures rarest gifts of physical beauty vanish before pain. . Sweet dispos".ions turn morbid and fretful. The possessions that win eood 1ms. bands and keep their love should be guard cdby women every moment of their lives. The greatest menace to woman's per manent happiness in life is the suffering that comes from derangement of the feminine organs. Many thousands of women have realized this too late to save their beauty, barely in time to save their lives. Many other thousands have availed of the generous in vitation of Mrs. Pinkham to counsel all suffering women freo of charge. Mrs. H. J. Garretson, Bound Brook, N. J writes: "Df.ak y j.w UKK7a &a T56' V 0n i?ib A Aft, tVt i tf Z7& silHr .a' JL the room without help. After giving up all hopes of recovery, I was advised to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and wrote for special information. I began to improve from the first bottle, and am now fully restored to health." DY...

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 March 1899

rMndmjmi uauLuifcarass m i iab iirwj wi mw ipjitwrtuwiBuiiumwi ! ii i mi ii ii smasusi m i i wiwi ! wniirwa imwii i ' it """ - .i-i " I P i: :. 1 1 f i L. ". i 4 1 fefcisucr JljjcraM. runi.isnr.i r.tui tiujupday. Official C'cunty Pnpor. K. S. lillCMMONH. Hdltor ad Proprietor. Kultred at poiofhce at Weaver O. T. its second d! matter April 13, ISO't. TKIIMS - - - $ool'KI! VKAK. AbVMtrlltSXi HATVS DtaJo ll.OWU Oil p- plicatien. A. T. & S F. R'Y CO. iaecu.Tistr.TtnM:, rt-H. 1, 1. .asl bound, stations vvt bound (Head down.) I.oia m. ID JOa.ru. 2 iU. in. I i.ap.m v art p. in I tl p. m. f 'J p. in. in !!. in ( II tp in is wn.ni (UmiI np.) Knjttcwend !rtvey ..Mnlvane .Wleltlta . Nfivlnn Hurra re Kans City .Chicago . 7, tip. 111. .1-! St p. in. s S3 m. in, T Ma. ni. ,t SO a. in, ,!'. n. in. H i ii. in. 1J p. in. I P'OT p. ni. iuJ p. in. ilia in. 'I Th Manta V Itonte mm Die latest Ini-prmedeq-ilutiieBl that ' known, on lu Ta--rncer Train. . . I. mi im Tii-let a -Id tonll pnlnls. and Has M...

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. — 30 March 1899

T-'V irnmTFTBvr ?! HERALD. feMOWMIlMMUI Tlie Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. TUB OKLAHOMA NEWSPAPER 4 - J1L VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1899. NO. 46. mirn mm W WA Bm i A BIG BATTLE WON, Greatest Engagement of the PhlliDpine War, INSURGENTS ROUTED AT EVERY POINT. American Loss 26 Killed 125 Wounded. and Report from Manill give acconnta of heavy fighting last Saturday. Tbo tolegrams below givo a short descrip tion of movements: Mauila, March 25. At daybreak this morning a general attack on tbo insurgents massed to the north of Ma niU began with a forward movement of throo brigades under General Mao Arthur and an independent brigade tinder Wheaton. About 10,000 Amer ican troops became engaged and the fighting hat continued all day. Tbo Americans have been success ful at every point, but with heavy losa when compared with previous en gagements. A conservative estttnate places our loss at 16 killed and 130 wounded. N...

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. — 30 March 1899

Uj . IP P 1 f I, r L. M a m v M i V BEAVER HERALD. F. 8. DRUMMOND, Publisher. BKAVEIt OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Salt Lark Citv Intends to build a salt palace to attract visitors, millions of tons of rock salt being avallaulo In tho vicinity. The population of t-lio earth at tho present tlmo In estimated at l.&OO.OOO, 000 by tho Statomun's Year Hook, an English publication. The plow manufacturers of tho United States aro combining and a stock company, capitalized at 60,000, 000, will shortly be Incorporated. Shoe tops will poon be turned out by a trust. Under tho corporate title of the American Ilido and Leather comnany, with rross capitalization of 00,000,000, STiOutof SO of the leading tanneries of the United States have, it was said, decided to pool issues. Acconm.NO to tho Hailroad Gazotta there were during tho year lb'JSin this country 2,228 railroad accidents, re sulting in the death of 420 persons, of whom t0 were passengers and 32.5 were employes; 010 passengers received...

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. — 30 March 1899

HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill it bottle or common glass with your water, and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling indicates n unhealthy condition o( the kidneys; If It stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also con Tinclnp proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. Whnt to do. There is comfort in the knowledge so Often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Bwamp-ltoot, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheuma tism, rain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder, and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Jtoot is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing c...

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. — 30 March 1899

Lh f vti ft! r ' t sj Si L u u k m r w ' r '. IT it W S 11 .1 lcraUl, I'Ulll.lSIIEU Krtuv TNUlWIlAi. Ofllclal County Paper. 1'. fl. IIIIUMMON'I, l.illtor nii'I l'roprlcliir. m-y i i --r .' ' taaaa Entered HI posiidhce at Heaver 0. T. second cluss mailer April 1'.'. lKII.'i. TKIIMS - - - AiiTrxTliiM) VAtra plication. - 1 (HI PKIt YI.AH. made kuowu on np- A, T. & BF. R'Y CO. l.ncl. TIMKTdll.Ii Men. I. 1MB. Hint hound. (Head dim n.) I. no a in. . in Mu. in. . . Hlatlons . Ilnglnweod ..r-plmv ..llllMIO .Wlcliltn New Inn .I'lori'iice Kin city .Chicago Well hound. (Ilend up.) . 7 , 1 1. in. ..11..V. ji. in. N.3& ii. III, 7 30 a, m. Xllp. in. I C.I'M' . in, a n a Ml p. in t v a p. in. ( VMM p. III. i ii in. i . .'...Via. in, -T.IA r. m. tl l. Ml. lvM . m. II (i . III. 11.15 P in.. li.:u ii, in. i ii .n ti, in n.i.lu. III. no Tho Hauta K Itoill inna I In latest llu pr ivpiI titilpiiuHl Hint Ii known, on Its 1'a.a mger Tialna. t tlHIOII IICkClB " IU Willi l"lllll"i u' -CHIC' Oll'CltJ...

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. — 6 April 1899

Tiie Largest Cli mint Ion !i Tin: of any Newspaper lu West o LDEST KLAliOMA NEWSPAPER eru Ol.l.ilimiin. iiiami VOL. XII. UALOLtW CAPIUKKI). Itut Agulnnltlo Was Not There. Washington," March 31 Tbo war department at 1 130 this mornirtg made jiubltc the following dispatch from General OtW "MncArtbur raptured Mulolos at 10:45 this morning. Eofmy retired niter slight resistance and firing city. Particulars later. Hall had quite se vere engagement beyond Mariquino; casualties twentv; unetnti dtiyon. Manila, March 41, 10:53 a. m. Major General MueArthur advanced to .iltaek Mulolos, the seat of thu in mirgent government, at 7 o'clock this morning. Ho was mot with strong opposition, tho rebels resisting des perately, but loiing heavily. General Hall's bridado advancing north from . wator works and dri.'ing the left wing of the enemy across. Noon. General MncArthur enter ed Malolos, the seat of the soealled insurgent government, at half past 9 o'clock this morning, the rebels burning the cit...

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