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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 June 1895

w THE BEAVER HERALD VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1895. NUMBER 23. CURRENT COMMENT. Knurr, the grent German gun manu facturer, paya an income tax of S200, 000 u year. A brewer at lluchurcs't pays one of $110,000. Massachusetts carried a fire insur ance in 1S94 of 81130,000,000, or about five times that of other states with about the same population. Tiik Roman Catholic archbishop ol Chicago recently administered the sac rament of confirmation to 800 children in the Jesuit Church of the Holy Fam ily at Chicago. A Mahyi.anh man who brought suit for $5,000 for breach of promise- was told by the judge that a woman whe has promised to marry may change lici tnlnd and marry somebody else with ntfbeing Hablo to legal damages. J. S. PniJfCB, a blc.veHst, won a 10 mile horse-bicycle race on the -inilf track at El 1'aso, Tex., recently in 35 minutes 17 seconds. Tlireo horses were used in relays. Tho last horse wni beaten .10 seconds. Prince fell twleo losing M mile o...

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. — 27 June 1895

I M ffl AknMKarMkk'v.uuMi(i.mcdA. sLiiMww jjyraMl. Official County Paper. LILY nin! DOLLV WIIHMIT IMilniN and Proprietorx. COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL. in U'. H. IIAHVKV. ,Cs?yrllitnl In 1WI, by Co( rtHMSHPrtl 03. ciiAi'Tini ir. THE SECOND JtAV. When tliu ncwi went out in Chicago t.tliecn.Urtlwgra 1iy, thnt Ciytf. the little financier, bad answered MvlN fnctoiily all questions that hid Wn irtked him, ihe old soli! tfien hooted at it, and siiii that no one lrtit boyi woic (tlicre to confront him. ,Tho mnniing pa pun nxcept ffii 7iir4 and rr 0cemi published a gar. .bled account of what lind actually takon pl.icc. The Triimnr and Hexthl wcic editorially loaded with abuse. Tito cdiinr-in-hiof of The Tribune was a Mr. Vcn Henihuyxen. He had been told by tho owner of that paper ,to write an argument in fav(tr or tho jruld standard. In an editorial of thirty lines ho called biiuetallista "frandHloiit roe eilvcrileV "blatant orator"," "bl.t Ahcrskitcs," "tliiever," "svrinillcn," "rc jiudiatoM,"...

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. — 27 June 1895

- n jcnr1 - -""" fi ruuMsmu) nrv.u tiiuhsday. Hntcrcil nt postolHcc nt Heaver 0. T. as smil cluis mutter April 12, JStlj. TWINS - - - - ?100Pi;ilyi;ah. amertisimi hvrns made known on np plication. OFFICIAL DIMM Oil Y Governor Wm. C. Itcnfrow. Secretary -n, J, i.otvo. Attorney General C A. Oalbrnitli. Assistant Attorney General... .Itoy Hoffman. U. S. Marshall lMwnnl I). Kit. .0. S. Attorney Caleb It. Drooks. CIdcf Juslioc Frank i),lCf A. Q. C. Merer. ... I J'". H. llurford.t Associalc Justices.... i H. W. Seotl. I.J. ! McAlco. COUNTY OFFICERS. i'robato Jmlgo Caitcr "vxty ''k Dyke liallinger Sheriff. V. 1). llcaly Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney C. It. Wright Register of Deeds Dy ko liallinger SupL of School! Mra. H. U. lllanchard .Surveyor H. 0. Barbee .Coroner N'. A. 1'eckham f P. J. Birdsall. Commissioners. J II. IJ. (J. l'utnnn. (, Leo' Howard. -. ' - i i, C. K. & W Timetable ooim, r.iST. Leaves Knglewood ...n.fi. a. ro. An Ives at Wichita 2.30 p.m. HOINfl WEST. -.cures W...

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. — 27 June 1895

m f OOR MINERAL PRODUCTIONS. I Tub opal has been found in New Mexico. i Tn Zircon lit been found In Call feral. GrrsuM U found In a dozen different localities. Ehode Isulxd In 1S91 produced (00 ton of coal. teu.vl.ttin exists In seventeen differ ent states. The Vonus lialr stone is found In New Mexico. SxnrxsTiXE exists in New England and Virginia. Tmc chrysopnuto has been found In North Carolina. Bosk quartz is found in Colorado and Montana. Jet has been discovered In u dozen different places. Mardi.b is said to exist in twenty Jour of our states. The hyacinth Is found in Maine and the lake regions. Tub moonstono exists in North Caro lina and Georgia. Mica Is found In North Carolina, Georgia and olsowhere. Coral, both white- and red, Is found on tho Florida coast. Gef.f.n crocldollte, or "cat's-cye," la found in Now Mexico. Otrn total product of zinc in 1890 was CS.0S3 short tuns. Tin is known to exist in half a dozen different localities. In 1S01 tho country produced 6,270, 670 to...

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. — 4 July 1895

- - rf- "sF - . - 1 Q o THE BEAVER o "i V ' VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1895. NUMBER 24. '-' " " TFF HERALD. S m lir.nn were w o v I n c hands and banners, as tho crowded car rolled by. There wcro shouts from merry children ringing to tho summer sky; Then a utraln or muslo roso and kwelled and pealed alone tho street. As their cay, tumultuous w clamor melted In u chorus sweet: "O say, can you sco, by the dawn s pnrlv lltrht. What so proudly wo hailed at the tiTlllgbt's Inst cleainltigr Whosq broad stripes and bright stars, through tho perilous fight, O'trtho ramparts wo watchod were so gallantly stcamlngl" Ahl the Starry Flag Is glorious, nnd tho chil dren lovo It too! And tho land la safe and happy where tho chil dren's hearts aro truo. How their youthful ardor thrilled me, as tho revolution enmo That the Guard Is crcr changing, but the Dag remains the same. Wo wcro born too lato for glory, but we still In memory keep Stirring echoes from the battlefield...

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. — 4 July 1895

w?x i X. Lit y c)toavPttfwAJJlKwatJ3gs amraashtte&ntM&r&A --rr..----l.cTrv,'"-TUrf.-tn:U7tJlU; !,r V c I . v (.- y M h f.e- nMn t Otliclal County Paper. LILY mill DOLLY WHIttll? Editors ami Proprietors. KiLLIUG AY ENID. ffaa Tho Hntd Eagle. June 27, 1S95 About 8 o'clock last evening Hon. t. W. 1'attcrson, l.eg.I' Icr of tho IT. S. Land office nt I.ti.tl, anil Oily Marshal Williams iribt (hair death, each nt tho hand of (iio oilier. Mr. Pattcison and J. L Isenborg, jCilitur of tho Wave, mot in front of . Jenkins liros. store. B.vl blood Imd ox jstcd between tho gentlemen for fomu 'ime on nccount of articles nj.pcnring from lime to time in tiio Wrtvc refiecling on the clinructir of ltegistcr Patterson. Tin men were very angry ntid soon came to blow. Marshal Williams nt irmj.'iud to sopcratn tho combatants. Mr. 1'iittcrscn drew a revolver and firod ;tt Mr. Iscubcrj.', tiio bullet mii-sing; Its marl: ami lodging in tho front of the ,Gity Shoo store. iWr. Isonbrrg started jda...

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. — 4 July 1895

a3 AiftAi' rj tivwmroi auiuMiUmw Jijiw.juii.TtfTrwirT-i-rVrilrrTnjni i nn titt ii hi1 i i WI''J'-'J Ufc fc' '' '-' ""jrhT-rrMrr-trriw tiTt-rrti - .- . 1 . i.t.KJMrtv.M....MM .,.,,..,, ijri.iHLijwfT-li.L RHt a fl , t w f - I t "V - !&5 - PI 5 ft i ;? . "r p; If ? ,i. . i j$j)f&(!tW ltrcttl;! ruiiLisiini) mm- Thursday. ntrrcd at posiofliee nt Reaver 0. T. as Bccoml clnsi nntlcr April 12, 1S0.i. IM.MS - - - - ?100l'lUtYi:AR. AuvrnnaiNn batm tnado known on np plication. OFFICIAL 1)111 Ed 0 11 Y fJotrcrnor,..., Wm. C. Kenfrow. Secretary T.J, Lowe. Attorney General C A. flalbrnltb. Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Hoffman. U. S. Marshall Edward 1). XU. U. S. Attorney Caleb It.llrooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale fA. G. C. Iticrer. f Jns. H.llurford.l Associate Justices....-! II. W. Scott. I.J. L. McAleo. COUNTY OFFICERS. I'robate Judge Cailcr .tr.7 Clerk Dyke Ballinger Sbcrifl F. D. Healy Treasurer J. 0. Williamson Attorney. . C. H. Wright Kcglstcr of Deeds Dyke Dallingtr fiupt. of...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 4 July 1895

1 J 1 Fi . ! (Y m t 8 to ; to b I II' GATHERED IN COURT. CnttXicOTriE. Mo,, Is to follow the c.t nmplo of a number of western towns end revive, the curfew bell. It is to rinfr at nine o'clock, and will be the. lipnnl for all children under fourteen to hurry homo under pcnnlty of nrrcst. Somk burglars In Fort Scott, Kan., after raiding a house, found a police man who had evidently been overcome by "that tired feeling." lie was sitting on a shaded stoop, sound asleep. They robbed him of his uniform and hit boots. A CntCAOO pickpocket boasts that last year ho made t5,?51.1 y his pro fession; and he is anxious to know if ho is liable to tin incomo tax on the sum In excess of 1 4,000. llusincss is good with him, and ho is willing to nny such a trifle as fS5 for tho support of n benefi cent government, Mlix. Gluck, the great-granddaughter of the composer, wns convicted In a Parts police court recently for stealing a jacket from a concierge who had sheltered her. She is a school-teacher, a...

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. — 11 July 1895

li & vb J &- "' r THE BEAVER HERALD. tC, VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY It, 1895. NUMBER 25. 3 . JULY 1895. : 5SmHon.Tne.WelT5n. FrLJJat 3.LAALiJL: iAL2 ! '"- l 15 16 17 18 19 20: 21 22 23 24 25 26 27: J28 29 30 31 t HrttfTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTT' -- J ... THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows VTASIIIXGTOX SOT13. J. Stkki.ing Mokton recently wrote Abner Tuylor, of Texas, a vigorous letter ou the 2d In reply to the ex congressman's letter criticising the agricultural department's regulations for the Inspection of Mexican cattle coming Into tho United States. Willis L. Mooiik was appointed on the 2d to succeed Prof. Mark Harring ton as chief of tho weather bureau at Washington. Acti.no Skcuktahv Uiil, of tho Wash ington state department, accompanied by Mrs. Uhl, lms hired passage on the steamer Columbia for Hamburg. Dur ing his absence Assistant Secretary Adee will net as secretary of state. Tun work of readjusting and classi fying the forces of the pe...

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. — 11 July 1895

r. S: Iff M h if i d l.W 1 I 8 II W r hi Ml rifff Wmmumiim ifgraltf, atvtv OHicial County Paper. JAVi mill DOLLY WllH.'HT Lilitor.H ami I'roprlrtors. CJH3USS1UMU18' l'UJCi:KJ)IXtJS. Hcuvcr, O. T .July 1st ,lstt. Thol? ard of County ComrnlMlom-rs nie.t In jr.-golnr session nt p o'clock a mwlth Howard and H.rdill present, Pulmar. nbseiit. The following oJUclnl bonds wcrj approved: A A Vsntassoll Trcis. 1-ognn Twp. KnCoflcy " Henton " XlceSaiiilorson Cleric kotnc " I) N" Overton Ho ul Overseer Kokomn Twp. WIIHhodcs " " Garland twpdlstnol. Tho resignation ofTW James Justice of the jvcace lor llnrdea'y lownslilii was nccsptcd. The resignation o! Jerry Itynn n constable ,nr Cleveland township was accepted and A W Jlurrows was nppolutod to 1111 llio vacancy. Tho riuest orCmo and Duma tohave their 19m.Kstnnt roJuced was rcjoeteil for tlio reason jtfaKt tliollarJoft'o(omiiililoiicM have no Jurlsillct'O'i In tlio matter at thin time. On mp lion of Illnlrall a duplicate county wuirtnt wa order...

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. — 11 July 1895

Cy 1 ftO wea.trnetm, irnn ii mniiminjti l'UBMSHHt) llVKKY THURSDAY. Entered nt postofnee at Beaver O. T. as eeconil class matter April 12, 1S9j. TEIUIS - - - - 1.00 I'EU YKAlt. AUTLUTISISO BITES niatto kllOWQ On np- plication. OFFICIA L Dill EL 1 Oil Y Governor Wm. C. Uenfrow. Socrctary T.J. Lowe. Attorney dcnernl C A. fjalbraltli. Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Hoffman. U. S. Marshall.. ,.... Edward D. Nix. U. 8. Attorney... Caleb H.Urooks. Chief Justice rrank Dale. fA. 0. C. Merer. I Jas. H.Uurlord.t Associate Justices....-! H. W. Scott. i. L. McAtee. i - . COUNTY OFFICERS. Probate Judge Caitcr Truly Clerk. , Dvke Balllngcr Sheriff P. D. Hcaly Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney 0. R. Wright Itcgitster of Deeds Dyke Ballinger Supt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Blanchard Surveyor It. 0. llarbeo Coroner ... N. A. Peckhara (V. J. Dirdsall. Commissioners -J II. E. 0. l'utruan. I Lee Howard. C. K. & V TIMETABLE OOIJil. EAST. leaves Englewood ...."..').) a. in. AnivesatWIohlta 2.30 p....

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. — 11 July 1895

w jrwifwP ' .MwnwMiTtrttph wf JSv JvA - Y s- Hl i f rt 'f 4 CHAT FOR SPORTSMEN. A mocntain lion, mensuringntncfcpt from the tip of it tall to Its nose, was Wiled near Hope, 11. C, rcccntlj'. Tint prince of Wales backed one of Crokcr's hordes nt Newmarket, nnd re port says that Croker, not to be outdone in pood feeling, backed the prince's horse nt Eporn. A doo twelve months old. standing SO inches high nnd weighing 133 pounds, as big wt a good-sized calf, Is owned by I T. Wilson, of Cattlcsburg, Ky. It is a German decrhound, of the sarao species as Bismarck's two favorites. Tjieiie will bo good deer hunting In Maine this year. In many district. re cently numbers of the nnlnmls havo been seen on farms nnd in fields very lose to settlements and villages, which the hunters tako to indicate a great plenty of the game In the woods. Dn. W. 0. Giiace is playing extraor dinary cricket this year. In tho first jnontii of play in ten innings ho bus scored 1,010 runs, which is n good rec ord fo...

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. — 18 July 1895

TV u ;' j - - ' I PIS - ft TTTTT BEAVER HERALD. ftt i. . rf 7 -A. TV . ' tjtrrtt 5- VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, T1IUHSD AY, JULY 18, 1895. NUMBER 26. V4.XAj.XA J I, I X i,XA.t..XAJLJLJ.XJLJ., YTTT - fr' oujjx lays. 3m Mod. Tae. fed. to Fit sat G 8 9 10 11 12 13 u 15 1G 17 18 19 20 21 2 23 24 25 26 28 29 80 31 f-MrTvTrVTT'fx-t-TT-rVTTTTTT CURRENT COMMENT. Viioi". Luoox state Entomologist of Minnesota, has mado a repot t on the grasshopper'kllling in Chicago county with the hopperdosors. Over 400 of these mnchinos were at work nnd Bothered in 8,000 bushels of grasshop pers daily. The government is going to make a rpeedy acknowledgment of the services of the lata secretary of state by nam ing the new revenuo cutter for the great lakes Walter Q. Grcsham. It will be finished in one year and will bo 205 feet long. I . As a result of the big strike last sum mer, 122 claims, aggregating 51,175,750, have been filed against the city of Chi cago. They aTe made by railroads and other ...

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. — 18 July 1895

'jrwv-it -tixjv i f M f.f ' "W $""' ' "" sw W'l ! a. ' J t r t.W v?W ? $ fteawtf. jf;iJraM. j O'fldnl Crtunly I'npor. 1,11, V mitt IHM.I.V tviumiT IMIIui'x Mint l'riiillliiin. fiii-U ill I " -" '-'!i - ! U!JJ-:ST tf.tNHINOIUV MMTIIII. r4tii(ttriiBtilrirHitiitiiil WmMiiifimi, 1). (.luly I 'J, 18(10, tl K nC oniitxi', li Mil (lino ncutMlly klluwn tlml llw l'tplil(lil'fi faintly Ima been l,lcil wllli it tliiU(lilcr, Tim In Htealliitf uvtiiit nuutiirtitl in llioitf'iniimiii f tlio (llli lnt,, mill (In) I'ruoMrtit In pmIiI in Imvi) fwlvotl Dr. Ilryiiiii'n nn iiOtitii.'e'iciil ivltli nn txi'i(!ftluii of plnim hm, llitmijli n on mill liolr wnulit Imvo boi'ii ImIIciI with itii'iittT nullirtc(lnii. 'Ili'i Mutln-r mill Olillilmu lining noil, Ttn'rii linvo liecti lull, hix Imliirn born In ilm H'tilte llu'ho, lliiby I'Mlicr IjoIiih t'luli'liif Hi" lino. WIiuii alio tin It'll) li"l futliiT win uiilllk'tl lo H'liinik, tliut ul'iill lU Ulilul' iMni'jMliutrrt kIiivo tlld dWlilllcil ill or Vinlllll(...

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. — 18 July 1895

i j "i,rr fv Ln r ili p T.- ir.w.T.nrT. mi I II I 'HW'KI'IYnir HTMf 'II BltOWTIfWIiWiimiwiii imvwm an wniiwwiiiwwiwiWFWiWwiwiniiiB m v u i-tf iHiiaf r-'-T-fiiMlrrn itMfW f ;(Vl i At II aiTcr - jcnddL l'UULWHI'.D KYKUV TIIURSPAV, Holered at poMoffice at Iltaver 0. T. nj econd cIam matter April 12, 1805. TKIIMS - - - - U.W WAX vr.All. AtiTCRTisi.sn r-s uift-le known on op. plication. OFFWTA H DIREL10R Y Governor,... Wrn. C. Renfrow. Pretarjr T.J, Lowe. Attorney General C A. Oalbrailli. Assistant Attorney General.... Itojr Hoffrain. U. S. Marshall Edword I). Nix. U. S. Attorney Caleb R. Brooks. Chief Justice rrank Dale. A. Q. C. Bierer. I .!n II lt,.rtVl I Associate Justices.. ' (II. W. Stolt. J.h. McAlee. COUNTY OFFICERS. Vrobato Judge Cai tcr '"tv.y Clerk ,Dyke llallingcr Sheriff p. i). Ilcnly Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney C. II. TVrigU Kegister of UccJs Dyke Nallinger fiupt. of School Mrs. II. '.. Illancliard flnrvfyor 11. 0. ltarbeo Ccroner N. A. I'tckham f K. J. Birdsall. i ...

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. — 18 July 1895

myMaWrtiaa.lateW ?-- JlMWHVniKmiVtt II' RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS. Trm Temple society has 340 members. Tire Old (Wlslcr) Mcmionltcs number BIO. Tire Primitive Methodists have 4,704 members. Tiik Mcnnonlto Brethren In Christ number 1,113. Tiik Zlon Union Apostoho MethodlsU numcr 2,340. The Amlsh Mcnnonltes haven follow ing of 10,101. Tiik Original Freewill nnptists nro 11,604 In number. The Brethren or Dunkards (Progres sive) number 8,080. The Old Catholics have 005 members in four socictios. The Apostollo Mcnnonltes claim n followlng.of 209. The Independent Methodists claim a membership of 2,500. The General Baptists claim a mem bership of 21,802. The Armenian church has six soci eties, with 835 members. The Plymouth Brethren have a mem bership of about 20,471. The United BaptlsU have 103 soci eties and a membership of 0,801. The Evangelist Missionary Metho dists have 051 communicants. The Orthodox IVlends, or Quakers, Iiavo a membership of 80,055. The Congregational Methodists havo 2...

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. — 1 August 1895

,o u BEAVER HERAUD. THE . VOLUME I. BEAA'EK, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1895. J NUMBER 28. Vfc it R Hv b) CURRENT COMMENT. Sexatok HntCK has contributed S3, D00 to a fund which was being raised to redeem Edgewood, the homo of Kate Chase, the daughter of the dccca'cd United States chief justice. It was reported that the south fork of the Iowa river wns Inhabited by clams, In which were found pearls of rare shape und color, and that tho jewels found ready sale in Chicago at prices ranging from S10 to $50 each. A Milwaukkk homing pigeon has broken the record by living from Car bondalc, 111., to Milwaukee in a singlo lay, a distance of 400 miles. It was liberated at half past f. o'clock in tho morning and reached its loft at about thesamo hour in the evening. A tkkatv has just been concluded between Urccce and Russia by which the latter country was given tho monopoly of the kerosene trade in Greece, which would have tho effect, It was expected, of driving American petroleum...

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. — 1 August 1895

CS M'VISLVI l'ffW 'gm.TJBienm.'iii.,imtnviui.'imiimuwniii"" nin ctwr - JpcwM OHicinl County Paper. f.ll.V nnil HOLLY WKKillT lMltois mid I'roiirldur. Coin's Financial School. nv- W. II, CAUVKY. Cp;rli;htl I" V& by Coin I'l'Iimihi.s'h CO. TJIKIU COMMERCIAL VAI.UhS COMl'AllKU "ComjiaritiK llio jiricfs," continued Uois, ''ol'tlio relative cjiiituercial vntitcn .cl' the two tiiotals I'ur tlio wliolo world, Mr. Suucibcck, mi J2ujiltt.li sluiirilicinii, lias prepared n tabic pliouing tlio value of silver ns mcasurei! iti gnld for 10 years f,uWUcat to 187.'!. Tim tabid ox .reaies it in index nuiabcM. It is Ijoii !.iii (Ui)tatiuti9. "I havo these tables printed, said Cuts, "hiiI will caUHo them to bo tlis Iributcd among you." l.ittlc boys then went through tlio fiohoul and gave avcry one a copy of the iullo. C01.V waited till tho tables vrcro dis tributed ami then looking straight at Mr, Gage, ho said: "Vo'i will rco from this tablo that during tiiu 13 yearn prior to 1873, while frcecoi...

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. — 1 August 1895

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 1 August 1895

VA r r GATHERED FROM THE RAJLS. Tmc aTrSC Hfe ,! a locomotive In j5 year, and ita earning' capacity 1300, 000. Tire Baltimore fc Olito Is the oldest chartered railroad la America, and tho oldest pas.enper railroad in the world. Frvis sale-ins in Chicago, near ilia Nickel Hate shops, hare (rone out of business since the order went Into ef fect forbidding-employe tO visit such places. It U reported that two members of the Colorado legislature hare been de tected in renting their anneal pave OTer the Dearer & Kk Grande railway at tlS a month. A ditidbsd of 15 per cent, wn? paid last year by tho French Nord rail road, probably the roost profitable rail road In Europe. Its net revenue for 1694 wan 81S.S54.265 on an outlay of capital of W3,HH,W0. It worts 2.3UK miles of road. ItEFKRRiyo to the restnnrant plan on dining cars in place of the method of charing a fixed price for a meal. Gen eral Pancnper Af-enl IX O. Edwards, j of the Cincinnati, Hamilton .fc Dayton, is quoted as snylnir ...

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