Our Brother In Red (Newspaper) - March 5, 1896, Muskogee, Oklahoma V. M. Hit A of the INDIAN MARCH 5 iSOo Pbh 1) C- - Tte - 1. r. in 8oho 1 The C. G. mOORE Co. WHOLESALE I. T. T. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General I. T. We ' eep on hand at all times one of the stoc s of General to be found in the quality uf our goods is while our or ices are of below The W. A. Opposite J. E. Turner 4t FIRST ROUND ETC. Every thine AND I. T. POUL ERY Fresta Muskogee Located at I. T. We have now on hand 20,000 first-class Fruit one and two years embracing of the most reliable from the earliest to the latest selected stoc are offered for sale at low rates and will be delivered at or shipped any or orders by M. L. a NEWS - - a ' in n in of he uf favoring a d action witti tin* Cuban in fight for General is has begun his of Cuban affairs as expected by innocent peaceable men and one woman were wantonly d a few days Judge of the Fort S nith is out in the papers in a bitter reply 6g the criticisms of Assistant Attorney General but tbe of these refined judicial 0 in the Brother in Red would be conducive either piety Or Spain is very incensed at the United for the action of the last week on the recognition are mauw against the as call It work out so that we will to go over there and straighten out the old government and adjust it to some of the modern condition of About the first of last week two desperadoes robbed a bank at Wichita In doing this they shot and killed Frank Dorsay the and dang r lusly wounded another bank The robbers but were pursued by officers and brought back to the scene of their A day or so afterward an immense crowd of men took them from the jail and hanged them to a telegraph pole near the bank where their crime was One of the men was well known as Foster the his name as Elmer Lewis and his parents resided at An attempt to bring up the tariff biH in the Senate last week resulted in a most unseemly row between Senators Allen and She silver question was necessarily into the The Western Republicans and declaring that no tariff could be passed that did not recognize the free coinage of B IC is thought that the row may result in a bolt or permanent of the Republicans into factions and the alliance of the silver element with the Populists in the coming It was the sharpest row that has taken in the Senate for The Democrats had nothing to say during the Highest of all in Leavening Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder PURE of Turkey has granted permission to Miss Clara Barton of Red Cross Society to distribute relief to the The House on Monday the Senate's resolution passed similar recognizing the belligerency of the Cuban A Conference committee will be A to support free silver signed by Dr. the Republican Candidate LETTERS FROM THE The Marching BY R. J. 08UN, 1. T. (I of tbu M. B. the Methodists are their banner grandly They're a band of soldiers the land to ith king Jesus as their And the biblo as their They are ready for the battle And are boldly marching Kentucky among his adherents and some of them deserted And he finally withdrew from the race before the In the Indian Where the hosts of sin doth Wee the army In a solid phalanx kingdom now must Te perchance it may be 1 For the is tremble A meeting of the citizens of I the marches Wichita on day held a mass meeting and 0 erf c should open Territory to They marching | apparently lay the crimes com- never mitted in that country to the In- Save tbe ' dian and yet the sick the Point the lost to Conference of men 4^ Wisely planning for the By the grace which God was a and Lewis a Marquette was a French Ever let it be your priest who acquired considerable marching Speed the work for reputation as an explorer of the American wilderness some two or three centuries Quite recently a statute of Marquette placed in the statue department at and a congressman of A. P. A. proclivities has been making a vigorous fight on the opposing the Unveiling of the statue and asking that it be returned to its His contention Marquette does not come under the designation which the law for placing statues in the Marching we're marching Christ our guide will ever Marching yes marching on to P. S. Would the e to have a musical to the above poem published in sheet 8. J. Meeting at Will be held 2o-21, of at B koshe for all the Canadian District south of the river and east of Webber Rev. S. L. will preach the opening sermon Thursday night 19th. All the pastors are expected to be present and as many as Cin possibly read and prepare yourselves on missionary subjects and praying the power of the Holy First address will be made Friday at 10 a. m. by R v. M L. The Program will be announced from day to At the of the bride's Feb. 24 1896 J. H. to Miss dy d at the residence of bride's Feb. 26, 1896. Mr. T. N. Barnett to Mies Lou all of 1. Rev. W. 8. Derrick very hard Dear Brother We are moving along well at Times are and money we some good brethren and sisters I that are faithful and ready to do all fhey can for the advancement of the cause of We received a nice pounding From the class and a short time of good things to and as Haygood help a preacher * * and we are thankful to F. C.