Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 10, 1892 Page: 2 of 4
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miiix(;ton, Now tis, *;>
w.iy bo uiiiler the* im otii-
iny il(*iuot*r;iUc a<lniiiii«(riitii(U.
r 1 *t view of tlic coiiiiii^i'liHiiKt! of J lt *c«iilly tlie' notorious Green H.
W. F. UAMfV, Proprietor. .tlllli II flllM t I II, p lit lilt' fUJif- II lUll', l'( UlllllMtlII)**r of ] tension*,
|l;il troiicemiiig till* | rc*i<<t'lit-elect j •Icmninlwi the rtirttf nation of two
rnt«rfd n ?f.c i ;.t i.rxiiisetoii. ok ;;iul hi" I.unily arc om the iticreiiftt* : quite <lemocratie en>
T«rritor>, ••• * «' >•••« n M«r. f«r tmnvniM-'
unit everjthinp; I" ">e way of 1.1 for ' plnyes of Ills bureau, ami linn niip-
nintio i ntiout them ami Ui ir iruvn-j planted them Willi republicans,
nients N dUoHssed witli avidity. Xu reason miis «I veil except that
Mi>. Cli viliimr* mmiikI ti nil n« i thoir plaees with wanted. Tills
mistiess ill tin- White House will I U n sample of the policy thst has
be of a very different character : rendered the civil aerviee law uu-
froin the first. WIicii, mi the llli, der thl* republican administration
of March next, *U ■ takes pos- a sham and il fraud.
Our. IIo(tks plurality in 1 i-> ^,.W7,|(iti <,f |l(.r ■■ purtmentH where1
said to be .-i.i h «i> vntiS- ! <iie began her wTrho < I, nho will,
.Martini— i in'" (. iili as, liiite, unci Accepting even repiibllcnii tig-
; power* she did not poses* then, for \ lire*, the democrats will liavu a
i she is, in herself, a very different | very large majority in the fifty-
woiiiiiii from wlml she was then, third Congress, ju-t elected. Ac-
iSlic was then girlish In uppe. r- cording to the estimates undo by
nnce; tall and slender, with a fig-
ure more llat and lingular than
beautiful; and she lucked some-
what that Indefinable air of thn
well poised woman of maturity,
Kven after two seasons experience
of the social (lutie* of the presi-
dent's wife she had not gained the
utiI in repose of the society woman
and In r face, in lips and chin hiuI
eyes, confessed her immaturity
and youthful IulK of self c/infl-
SATVUDAV. Ul'-C. I", IMIi
Kou I'llited JSItite-
t'apt. Siiin Lcavy of Norman.
rt,i:vt.i,AMi ieft ♦U'4, WyfOOlti the
United States treasury. Harrison
will ieave It .t'iii in debt.
L"xi i.i: Jerry Kimp«oii b< rame so
disgusted with Mrs. Lease that tin
report has gone out that lie has
joined the democratic party, socks
mi J all.
NIw DRUG store !
i i ADOLPH THILL & C01
Druggists & Pharmacists.
frank k. low,
Pure Hnd lteliable Drugs nn.l Medicines, Toilet.
Articles, Perfumeries Kaury Oonds, Stationery, a i
fu'i line of Ilruggi-U' Sundries, (Mis slid Chemicals, j
Also a complete stock "f Foreign unil Domestic■,
t'igire. Our motto la "Live and Let i.lve."
I carry a complete line o 1
Staple Groceries, make a
| specialty ot Flour, Meats, fj)
§ etc., in carload lots.
('ait. Ham heavy v, ill lie ilie
next I'nited States Marshal of
Oklahoma Territory, lie says he
Wants it mid l.o v. iil get il. No
oilier man need apply,
Tin: St. Louis Uepuolii! Migfest
that the names of titu KWI,0tK) mili-
tary pensioners be published, so
th it it can ha seen who are eating
the earning' of the poor.
Tin: gallows on which John
Drown was hung is In be exhibited
at I he world's fair. Forwhat pur-
pose prayIt must be to keep alive
Ami irritate the sad memories of
those dark days.
N rw houses are going up all over
the country and a thrifty and law-
abiding class of people are con-
stantly coming iu to e-tublisli their
homes and enjoy with us the bless-
ings and prosperity of ti splendid
country mhI line climate.
statf.'.iood for Oklahoma is of
the greatest necessity for the rapid
improvement and certain niaiii-
tunencc of values The incoming
legislature can do much to assist
it, ami their action should betaken
early iu the session.—Oklahoma
Tut: grip is said to have made its
appearance in New York already.
It is a little ahead of time tills year,
but it appears to be iu good work-
in-order. It will probably claim
many a victim during the coming
winter and spring. Unfortunately
it is not possible to declare any
quarantine a^nlnst llie disease
TltK Glooo I'eiooerni says* The
next congress is likely to admit
Arizona and New Mexico to state-
hood. Oklahoma deserves I hi?
promotion better than either. She
litis more inhabitants than Arizona,
and better inhabitants than New
Mexico. Her resources aru great-
er than those of the other two
ami her future is greater.
Cai-t. Ham T. Lkavy, of Norman,
is an applicant for the ottii" of
United States Marshal, Nowliev
in Oklahoma Territory could there
be found a better man for this
efilce. Capt. Leivy Is a "true bUie
democrat" or Kentucky extraction
a gentleman and a scholar, and
this is enough. Tun 1.i:ai>i:h is
for I,envy, first, last, anil all the
time. Hero's lioplu'you'll got thero
SUfAYoM FKTHOKBW of South
Dakota, is one of the republican
senators who are not shedding
terrs over the defeat of llnrrisou,
for he is one of those who warned
the party that too much Mclvinley-
jsm would I10 its death. He says:
"The most comforting th'ng re-
sulting from this overthrow of the
party ii that it puts an end to Mr
William McKinlcy Jr'."
Tin: Kansas City limes says:
Among the propositions which the
senate committee on immigration
will submit to congress is one
which requires all alien immi-
grants lo renounce llieir allegiance
to every foreign power as soon ns
they land, Iftliey inteud to remain
here. While it is not altogather
clear how sveh a law could be sat-
isfactorily carried out, there is
enough that is sound in t lie propo-
sition to justify the most careful
consideration. The Immigration
law s must bp amended.
Dkmockats who advocate the
appointment of a non-resident
of the territory as fhe next gover-
nor thereof, cannot be considered
true adherent.i to principles adopt-
ed by the democratic convention
June22.18112. Look tip the plat-
form and rea I the 1-stli section and
you will find that the latter portion
of it reads thus; "and while
they remain territories wo hold
that the officers appointed to ad-
minister the government of any
territory, togather with the District
of Columbia and Alaska, shall he
bona fide residents of the territory
or districts in which tbeir duties
are to bo performed. The demo-
cratic party believes in home rule
anil the control of their own affair*
by the people of the vicinage —
the Congressional Campaign Com-
mittee' there were elected 218 dem-
ocrats, 12# republicans, and 8 pop-
ulists, with ltliode Island still to
elect. This would give the dem-
ocrats a majority over all of 82,
which will be slightly decreased by
Rhode Island's election.
j Senators and Representatives
nre begining to gather at tho eapi-
Very different Is the Mrs. Cleve-
land of to day. Measured by the
canons ot beauty, she is not a truly
beautiful woman, nor do her best
admirers insist that she is; hut she
is undoubtedly a strikingly hand-
some woman, with a radiant iniile
mid rare sweetness and charm of
expression. Of commanding
heigtli, tin- figure that four years
ago was Hat and angular has as-
sumed the full nail rounding out-
lines it needed to make it really
line, and her carriage which was
constrained, is now erect, graceful,
and easy. Iter face Is considerably
[tiller, and there is a serenity blen-
ded with the sweetness that gives
it a more perfect charm. Hut the
groate. t change, perhaps, Is in
the spirit. When she was in the
White House her steps were taken
with tho uncertainty of inexper-
ience, Slio has reached a fuller
womanhood now, and her exper-
ience in New York soile'y has
given her admirable equipoise.
She continues to bo, naturally, the
center of attraction wherever she
appears in public, and the people
crowd around her and stare al her.
She is to sensible a woman not to
know that tho attention she at-
tracts is respectful, and not to
know also that it is not all en qual-
ified admiration j not to know that
tome iu the crowds are criticising
her every feature, ns well as com-
mitting her face to memory. She
hears herself through it all, it is
said, with a modest dignity, neith-
er shrinking into tlio background
nor thrusting herself forward: and
there is where her equipoise helps
Iter and that is what she could not
do four years ago.
As to Mr. Cleveland, he is chang-
d also, but in a different way
and to a less degree. He has
till in anticipation of the closing
session of the flftv-second congress
now about te convene. Hut little
legislation aside from the passage
if appropriation hills, is elpected
this winter, and the question of an
extra session of the new congress
during tho coming spring or sum-
mer will probably remain undeci-
ded until after Mr. Cleveland's In-
O. Ukicnon, W. II. Llewellyn and
Price Beaton, executive commiss-
ioners respectively for Oklahoma,
New Mexico mid Arizona have let
the contract for the erection of the
territorial building which is to con-
tain the joint exhibits of thisc
three territories. Henry Bennett
of 1(17 Dearborn street was award-
ed the eoiit.act at $7,50U. Wtrk is
to lie commenced at once and the
building is to be completed l>v
April 20,18113. The build lug will
ho of staff finish, occupying a space
182x180 feet. This silo was for-
merly awarded to Virginia and it
lies just behind the Pennsylvania
building. Seymour Diivis"ofTope-
ka was tho architect, anil t hree bids
were received for its construction.
One of these was from Topeka and
the o'her two Were from Chlcago-
—Oklahoma OWy Gazette. *
Jim l>>or write* m Letter.
The latest exhibition of gal(| we
have heard of was presented in a
letter to jailer Burns by Jim Dyer,
who broke jail a short time ago.
The letter was written at Musko-
gee and ttie writer thanks Mr.
Burns for Ids kind treatment of
himself and wife and says he bus
been to Paris, Tex. and fixed up his i
cases in good shape Dyer goes on :
to say that lie has been in Musko-
gee two day i and has looked over I
all the papers, but could not find
out whether or not any of the pris-
oners hail been captured and asks
Prescriptonsj Specialty, Day or Night!
lop-Tit* * public tiro invited to call at tln Now Drusr Storo in tho Now
Buiktiuc: ami hoo ttvo New Stork of Imiu*.
Lexington, 0. T. - ADOLPH THILL & Co.
Give me a call.
West Main Street,
Purcell, I. T.
Lexington, 0. T.
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, OLD MEN!
Groceries of every description,
the best brands of Flour.
aving opened a new Grocery Htore in this city, I Invite an in-
spection of my stock. It i« entirely new sod complete, and I Invite a
share of the public patronage, (live 1110 a call at my new store.
. J. KELLER. I
Lexington, 0. T.
Li?ery, Feed & Sale Stable,
grown older of course, and he has J ''lor B|m'8 "> wrlle D(I 'e< ,li"'
know whether any of them have
been captured. He ended his tet-
ter by sending his regards to Geo.
Smith and says; "toll him I thought
too much of him to ride the bay
mare away and 1 thought a freight j
trai l could outrun her." lie names
where the answer to his i
begun, during the four years lie has
been away from the White House,
lo show his age somewhat. Ills
l air lias many silver threads, and
his mustache is assuming a similar
hue. Ills face, always serious lias
grown more so, and lines of care j
are begining to lurrow themselves M point
across his brow. Hut with it all letter is^^to be mailed. The tone of
lie is a noticeably well-preserved [ ,h<' letter had a devil way care
man, anil is capable of the tremen- I r'"g all the way through and left
dlous volume of work upon which jthe impression with the reader that
he will enter a few months hence. writer was no', worrying about
He hns gained much valuable prison cells or United States Mar-
kuowledgo and experience since Mr. Dyer had better make
he retired from the presidency, the most of his liberty as he will
When he was culled to the hi a I jf ' If"' 1,1 lpnst two years, If sheriff
I ho nation eight years ago he had '^"'it'1''ver gets him again which
a remarkably limited acquaintance I ',e's "^dy to dr.—Norman Dem-
witli the public men of the country ocrat.
and to-day few men know bettor !
tliuso who are worth knowing. This < ('ynrcs« ahingles of all kinds at
will bo of inestimable vaiuo to the jt1le lexington Lumber Company,
new president in forming his cub
SMITH & SAWYER, - Pro's.
tog"Flrsi-Class Kigi and furnontH. Stock boarded by tlir dayorweek'
Good Wagon YiiVd in ronn«*ction. Main Street, near brick storo,
LEXINGTON, - OKLAHOMA.
Thos. Farmer's Saloon,
«.0PP0SI!E PURCELL DEPOT.*
FOR Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Cypress Shingles, Sashes, Doors, Blinds,
Rough and Finis hing
8 L WILLIAMS. Pre t. HOWARD ROSS. T.- I ici t A. T 5ALL, Ca*h.
tVve Purcell 4}
Capital, $50.,000. oo. Surplus, $3,000.oo.
DIRECTORS:—S. S. Williams, Howard Hoss, A. T. Hall, K. M. Smith,
L. (\ Wantitiml, I). F. Harness, K. M. Strong.
iFurniture Dealer & Undertaker,
hmt mill culling liis advisers nbout
him. I'urthermore, liis knowloilge
of the sionce of govornnieot and of
the public needs hits grown, and
liis views and opinions have
broadened. Akognther, lie is bet-
ter fitted than over to give the j
country u wise mid beneficlent ail- j
ministration, anil lie has the cour-
age to curry out Ills policies.
Iu one direction Mr. Cleveland
Harrison wagons, ohietons, oartsl
and buggies sold by Lexington
best plow in tho uiarkel. Sold by North Side Main St., Lexington, O. T.
h. J. Keller.
J. il. dkBERHY, I'kop'k.
Fins Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
te -.My stock of Kentucky Whisky
anil Imported Wines Btid Cigars is
more cdiupioto than ever bofore.
BURIAL ROBES, CASKETS and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, Etc.
SEWINC I MflCfllNES.
jBSatr"Ilavitip recently opened an emporium here, I respectfully solicit a
share of the public patronage. My stock is now and embraces nil the
latest designs, l'rices as low as the lowest.
Pulverize your soil and make
enough more on first crop to pay
K. J. Keller for a ilisc harrow.
K.J.Keller sells the celebrated
I Kagle plows. They are a high
: grade implement and give general
lias not changed however. He is i satisfaction.
not nfraid of the politicians, uml I ,, „
, . , hiirtuers. prepare well your
lie is niways on the aiiio of the peo- i jrronn,| before sowing your wheat,
lie. He has already nerved notici i in uriler to do fo, buy a leaver liar-
nil the pubic that he will promise ! row of E. J. Keller,
no appointments until after ho i- Marriage certificates can be liml
installed iu the While Ifr.uso, ami | of !•'. I'. Moseley, justice of the pvtice
leclares that office-seekers are in-
juring their cases Importuning him
now. Meantime lie seeks Broad-
water l«land, in Virginia, for duck
hunting anil other retreats for a
quiet rest, and leaves tho politi-
cians to worry among themselves
as to his future acliona and policies.
Already republican officials hero
ire ,'sln wing their hands" by re-
moving democrats from the gov-
■rnmont departments and appoint-
ing republicans ill their places, in
hope* that the latter will in mhiic
at Lexington, no further licen ie bo-
I ing required.
A large variety
of New School
books at Lex-
ington P. O.
T«> it tuny concern:
Notice in tiernhy cfv« n.-tly t J. A. Klkin«
Ii tuiide applicution, filra ui« petic.0n and
bontl an r«*<iuirt!<l by law in ike oflirc of fhc olerk
of hoard of county coiuiniriHionerH ot ('b-vel^nd
county , <(. T.. fur tbc> i ur!►• - <* of obtitinitir a II-
iMMi-t* i<> retail i|'!rUuou« and malf It-iuor* in
L«'ximri"ii i-rcinrt, ««i-i f.nmiy utid territory.
CKH Q^y. Sa LO
S. S. GREEN,
All Kinds of Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.:
FRESH KEG BEEB ALWAYS ON TAP. !
To Mo HOUGHTON,
FURNITURE, HARNESS,A -- „ SADDLES
And uverything kept in a llr.st-class Karnilureand
N D E RTA KIN G;^>-
In AU It* Form*. 4'< fti.ia, i atkefa, llurinl Kulim, and tllpjKr*
PVKCKLL, 1X1HAM TEK if I TOR Y,
North Side Main Street,
LEXINGTON, O. T.
-OO TO THE-
^Si'Otli lide Main SI. two (ioori Bust of r-'>u> store. 0|>iioilte I*o t nffire
LEXINGTON, D. T.
l.ocutod iu the Cottage hotel building, .vhere you can gel Hoard and
Lodging by the Pay or week.
FIRST CI.ASS TABU', AND iil'.DS-
WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
—Also run in eoiincction with Saloon—
A SHORT ORDER HOUSE,
—Where you can g« t aiiy!lun r iu the way of eaUble* on short notice.—
-.f^FRESH BREAD CONSTANTLY ON HAND.^-f-
PAUL BALDWTW & €0. - - - - - PROPRIETORS.
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Lexington Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 10, 1892, newspaper, December 10, 1892; Lexington, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110093/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.