The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 93, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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Prescriptions Compounded Day or Sight.
"li e Wichita Reservation Brought into
the Court of Claims
WANT TO HKAIi I'liOM STAIN
Beerclar.v (o-eshun Advocate* Sending a
Sharp Noteof Bctulnder \bont the
Ail.iiiua Incident The Presl-
«!«•■«t More Conservative.
W\siiinoton. March 2s -Representa-
tives of the Cuoctaw and Chickasaw
nations yesterday tile I in t'.ie court of
| claims a suit to establish their equity
• lit ru I 1 Slock
"V oi-inan, < >- T.
!S KEEN FOR««
NORMAN, O. T.
A, O. ACERS, Manager
WE BUY FOR CASH,
j in the Wichita Indian reservation,
about to be purchased and opened to
settlement. The agreement made with
! tin- Wichitas provides that each mem-
ber of the Wichitas and of the affiliated
bands shall receive ICO acres and that
the remainder shall be taken by the
United States. White settlers are to
__________ . l".v iin acre. The Choctaws and
_ , ,.(.vs 0jj t|1(> one hand and
the Wichitas on the other set
THE CiBEf-LOiBil LUiBEI. UU.U*&NY 1. r z,:-!,,
I elaborate detail the treaties and stipu-
i lations un ler which the Choctaws and
Chickasaw« gained title to this land
' und subsequently parted with it to the
I government on the stipulation that it
be used for friendly Indians. The as-
' sertion is made that the government
J has failed to carry out the conditions,
I and that the land really belongs to the
j.Choctaw-, and Chicka aws. The suit
is, first, for all the money which inay
be realized from the sales of the sur-
plus to white settlers and received for
a lite of the lands allotted to the
Lias and their affiliated bands.
The suit is brought by James G. Stand-
ley for the Choctaws, and by J. II. Mc-
Gowan for the Chickasaws.
Waiting for an Answer from Spain.
Washington, March 2s. — There was
another long cabinet meeting yester-
day and the foreign complications were
discussed. Secretary Oresliam again
showed his impatience that his de-
mand remains unanswered, lie is
keenly disappointed that the Spanish
government has so far ignored his
demands for an apology; he advo-
cates the sending of a sharp
note of reminder that further de-
lay in that matter will be resented.
Oiher members of the cabinet are
represented as advocating a more con-
servative line of action an account of
the political changes in Spain, and
ills' on the, ground that sufficient time
; lias mat \ot i lapse I for a full investiga-
tion of the Allianca incident. The
president is said to take the latter view
of the case, on the theory that precip-
itate action at this critical juncture
might have serious consequences to
both Spain and the United States.
The Shiloh Conmiis-con.
Washington, March j >. -The secre-
tary of war has ordered the Shiloh
commission, consisting of Cul, < ornelius
Cadle. chairman. Con. Don Carlos Hue
and (VI. II. r. la tone v. of Tennessee
muet at pittsburg Landing, Tenn
on April when the commission will
m_ be organised and will remain on the
The STATE DF.M.JCRAl has the best iacilitie 3 battlefield until after the reunion of
ofanvprinting: establishment in the Territory for aphi s .ma #, waking•• thorough in-
Printing Rorsl bills,.Jack bills, Pamphlets or Stock flTv", X
marked by the representatives of the
25s different organizations that took
part in the battle. The attendance
will be at least 25,000 from aU parts of
the eountrv, north and w uth.
TAYLOR TltiAI. OlM M D.
An Hired* CiiiiMe to Filter the Uooiu Ihe
CAltiioM.ro.; Mo., March .'S. -Before
o'cloe i this mornin g groups of people
stood in the courthouse yard, and at 9
dock, the hour set for the Taylor
trial to begin, the court room was
packed, while not one-fourth of the
struggling mass of people could get in-
At 8 o'clock the Taylor brothers, fol-
lowed by a straggling crowd of men
and boys, were led by Sheriff George
Stanley from the jail to the court-
house. William was dressed in black
broadcloth of a clerical cut. George
attracted most of the attention, for he
is a handsome looking man.
The jury is made up of David Jami-
son, Harnett M. Hudson, W. K. Hrain-
mcr, Hen Glover, Geo - e Fleming,
Adolp'.v Aour, Frank tie, Klisha
Maker, J. T. Noland, .lain s II. Creel,
J. A. Hose and Granville Jenkins, all
farmers. The prosecution declares
that It is as good a jury as could be got
together in Carroll county.
Judge Racket* instructed the jury
that they would be kept together,
closely guarded by the sheriff", during
T. M. Itresuehen, prosecutor of Linn
county, then read the indictment and
made a brief statem ut of the state's
case, in which he said that it would be
proved beyond a doubt the Taylors
murdered the Meek* family, lie re-
ferred to the murders as the most
atrocious that hail ever been commit-
ted in Missouri. W:i mi he turned and
pointed his linger at the elder brother,
saying: "A id there its the man, Hill
Taylor, who planni- I and helped carry
out this ghastly murder." Taylor
shifted uneasily in his chair. Mr.
Hresnehen sai I that the strongest kind
of a motive for the T ivlors wanting to
get rid of the Meeks family would be
The attorneys for the defense, when
called upon to make an opening state-
ment to the jury. ii I that they wished
to make no statem ■ .t. but were ready
UK A 111 TO I N VKSTiCl ATK.
The Warden < h me I.
Toi'kka, Kan., M
lative committee. <
tors J. W. Parker, *
and Edwin 'Jaylor,
Represcnta t ivo
; l ive o:naiitte<
i > —The legiS'
;stin : of Sena-
ell, of Douglas,
to investigate the
Warden Chase, has
election of Mr. Pai
Mr. Caldwell as seer,
of Shawnee, as clerk
and Wilson,of Barber,
ani/.e I by the
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A SHORT CONFLICT.
Three Would-Be Train Robbers
Killed by Railroad Men.
RESULTS OF A NEW PLAN.
The Adams F\press Manager Think* lluv.
Ins Detect I vex on Trains to rrevent
Bobbery Is Iletter Than Km-
ployinK Them Afterwards.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.— I .aiest I'. ,>v'i Report
Leavenworth, as sorgeant-at-arins and
Louis Boehler, of Meade, as sten<
raplier. The committee expects to be-
gin work Thursday.
ov. Morrill has not taken any further
steps to put a man in charge of the
prison in place of Deputy Warden
Markham and Warden Chase is nom-
inally in charge in defiance of the gov-
ernor. The governor expects to notify
the directors to tak ■ charge April I, at
which time T. W. K -kcrt will become
a member. The board will then con-
sist of two populists and liekert,
Gov. Morrill, Lieut.-Gov. Troutman
and Speaker Lobdell have named 1
rcsentative Miller, of Morris, to take
the place of Mr. Wan, r. of < Inrokee,
ineligible on the committee to investi-
gate Mr. Householder, of the state
board of charities.
A An s rfCKIOl - ROBBERY.
The Wells-Cargo l.iprwi ('< . Sues tiio
\il tins for m:s.~>,000 stolen in IStt.'J.
St. Louis, March In the I'nited
States circuit court the WelU i'ar.o Ex-
press Co. has begun suit against George
11. Loekwood and Geor < U. Robinson,
two local joint stockholders of \datns
Express Co. for hi. The bill al-
leges that November ~7. lthe plain-
tiffs delivered to the defendants
00J in money to bo delivered by the
latter to the Southern impress Co.,
which was to convey it to New Orleans
for delivery to the plaintiff there. The
money was never delivered t<>
the Southern I. press Co and
the suit follows. The money in
question was consigned at New York
for a bank in Galveston. It was
transferred by the Wells Fargo Co. to
to the Adams at Cincinnati. When the
packages supposed t > c.attain money
were opened in Galve t m they were
found to contain nothing but brown
Chattanooga,Tenn., March 28.—Just
ns the southbound night express on the
Queen tfc Crescent railroad, which left
Cincinnati at 8 o'clock last night,
reached the south end of the tunnel, a
mile north of Greenwood, Ivy., at \
lock this morning, six men signaled
to the engineer to stop. T. 11. Griflin,
superintendent of detectives of the
road, had received some warning that
a liold-up was being planned and,
ith two brave assistants, was in the
express car. As soon as the train
stopped the three officers and the mes-
senger engaged the bandits in a short
but sharp conflict, which was over in
about ten minutes. Then it was
found that one of the robbers had
been killed outright, another so badly
wounded that he died in less than
half an hour, while a third succumbed
to his wounds while being brought
hero as a prisoner. The other three
men escaped, but there is every reason !
to believe that all of them were
wounded more or less seriously. The
outlaws fired many shots, but not a per-
son on the train was even wounded,
though there were some narrow es-
capes. The robbers were not known
and it is supposed that they were na-
tive mountaineers, green at the busi-
ness. II. Haggard, a passenger, on the
train, says the excitement among the
passengers was intense while the ■
shooting was in progress.
At Cincinnati General Manager Car-
roll, of the Queen Crescent route,
and General Manager Harrett, of tho
Adams Express Co., received word this i
morning of tlio repulse of the train |
robbers, and were both overjoyed at
the news. Mr. Carroll is proud of the
fact that this effective service was per
formed under the immediate direction
of the special agent in charce of the
police department of the road.
General Manager llarrett, of the
Adams Express Co., says that he looks
upon tliis as an important event. The
express company has adopted the plan
of a secret service to protect its prop-
erty against robbers. This is the first
result of the new method. While it is
costly, it is infinitely more effective
than any amount of detective work to
arrest and punish robbers. Preven-
tion, he thinks, in this matter, is bet-
ter than cure.
PIONEER MISSIONARY DEAD.
flic Senior Methodist Worker in China -
t'ndlsiiiuycd by Heathen Mobs.
Tori k v. Ivan., March -S.- J. W.
Moore, of Marion county, member of
the live stock sanitary commission, has
received news of the death at Foo
Chow, China, of his brother-in-law, j
I lev. Nathan Sites, the senior mission-
ary in the Methodist Episcopal church !
in China. He went out first in 1881, ae- j
companicd by his wife, and was one j
of the most successful missionaries in j
the Held. On one occasion when en- :
tering a new district where the officials ;
were particularly hostile to Christian- j
ity, he was t upon by a mob and left i
for dead, but soon recovered and re-
sumed his work. He was thoroughly)
master of the Chinese language, and j
when not presiding over the confer-1
ences in that country he acted ;tf
terpreter for the presiding bishop,
was twice sent to the
enee of the Methodist church in this
country, bringing with him upon one
occasion Rev. l)r. Sit* Selc Ong, whom
Kitnsas City l ive Stock.
k w'.vi City. Murcli .T.—Cattle Kccelpts
(5,107 e il\. > .'H. shipped yesterday. -. Mil cat-
tle OJcoIvoh Tbomsrket was 10 to 13c lowor
nil around. Tlio following uro ropri seututivo
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amd in hi an •
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I etnf .1.110
pis, 7.517. shipped
lieep BcCCtpl .
The murUr' ope
uly prtccs on hitnbs
•d with the
d and ac-
^ai'VIilU A11AI.NSI liKOTIIIK.
and Dan Fuller i:n;;ii;r inn fatal
STOP SI' DDK N LY
upon by buying; a
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reinet v thatre«|iiin
i-; note.! i- more tii:
the Hiuhlcn stopp:
in list f;.tve some
all ca"-«the effect of the
norpliine, or other
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fin i top iisuii; t<>
oil to do so. ;is it
of tobacco you
int, an I in most
ant. be it
)isse habit con-
\ k yo tir druggist
M an< i.i.ixk, Mo., March 4js. .1
ler. who lived south of here, ret
drove his brother Dan from houic.
night Jim entered (dinner's r
rant, where Dan was working.
a i ter some hot words
•d a pitcher
11\ v( ti when to
-inn will be nsfr
hew or smoke.
u tobacco habit
top and your
An iron t lad
i all its forms,
balls passet\ entirely through Jim's
\>ody, a thivd Struck his hand and a
fourth his shoulder. Jim ran to the
hack of the restaurant, jumped out of
Win low and ran several blocks before
falling. He now lie* at the point of
death. Dan has not been arrested.
Pacco with IIACOXTR<>• wil1
desire for tobncco will cense. ^
ns the tiny before you took your lirs
written guarantee to absolute!) ci'f*
or money refunded. Price tt-l"" pet' 1
nnd niuiriintccil cun |$2.ri(). Km sul' ••;• •• - 7, for -:iiiii>1'
m=.ll upon receipt of price ^ ; V . m:. . > I Cr • •. \S -
l)K. Bl. 1.1.
1 I KU
ord boxes ( ) days treatment
all druggists orwill be sent l \
box. Hooklets nnd proofs free, hurt
Office of THK
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l.tirckn « hcliticul and M'l'g < > . l.ner
'ie n Sir I htivt* been n tobaceo ii- i> I i ' 1
.'iiiokeil ti fit en to twcul v cigars regulnrlj • v>'r> «
ed imlil ins physiollltl t<>'<I me I liiust Kiv« up lb'1 '
tried il, • . ,.,| Keele\ t llie, '" N• • nV
a ul 11 I nee tie idly le.trne I of your ' 'Ibi ' 1 'tire
your pie|... nillou, nnd to-dny'l e Misldcr in>'*• '
horrtliii- eravInK f"t- tobacco, wlilch < very no • '''•
line i nil lvotir "baceo euro''won «<
PHE88 Co.. «'• u 11 1 N i'
fc t. l'liol. Minn .- •.
ul durlt'g the | us" y
reeks ago ,lft-v ' ?
V .Mire.l, : .en in mh
i,-r nil I v ftpproct.it.
, i tiiis r iceoni na il
llie Medic il < oll« iml IIo.pl
Iin4.in tulvernlv :i( eri.illi
Lawiu'..nci-.. Kan.. Marc i
Kansas medical coil .• pr• <
now a settled project. The
and chancellor of the Kan
university last evening a
a committee to deiennine t
of stud v and select a
paper. Employes of
press Co., w ho were t
theft, were arrested,
Ni:w York, Marches.
thur Zimmerman lias ti
Hubert llouben's eballengt
of three races in Franc
francs. Houben is the Helu
He has beaten all the bes
in Europe, and is the pee
cracks on the other ide. Zimmer
will commence his training for the
il d to accept
re for a scries
,K lie I
•neral confer-', l'urtl
March ri I.
rodueed tt> l'
s A vI
The Oldest I imin
I f it 111 « 111 r e
NASHi A, \.
r: ■ :iv
years tlu^ pride <
gar<led as safe a
of Gibraltar, l*a -
Kansas i i i v Mo
pics nf liar I wheat t
Mil mm all
nob >1 \ n i
March -JS. — The
nk, for forty-one
. ew Hampshire, re-
sotnul as the rock
jsed its doors, and
r resume business.
The demitn'l fo
and quotations oi
The institution has <:,7
and its depositors outnumber those of ;
any other bank in the state. Its de-
positors were mainly poor people, and
the excitement last night among tlio
mill help over the announeemonnt of
the suspension was intense. The bank ;
was heavily loaded with western farm
mortgages, and it barely struggled
through the panic of 1 when a run
was made on it. The past six months'
losses on real estate under foreclosure
for '45,000 I were $15,000, and inability to collect in-
n wonder. | terest and notes on western holdings,
wheelmen ! followed by the demands of depositors,
I'iini 111I|iI 1)11!11'I0R1.
f all the j has left it with little
able nash and
April 1, t:
ml will pi
\ lull l>
Wit in i a. Kan., M
kix prisoners escapi
prison yesterday. I
diately recaptured. .
ran iu different dir>
in hot pursuit. I
is claimed by the
turnkey f ; -otto 1
is state |
L. Heardsl. ,
State colic .
represent t h
hero April i
< i!\ I
fe here la
I lis s
obably sail for !
veelt ia May. •
I from the city
cive were inline-
ul the remainder
ions with officers
II o'clock Chief
all but two. It
risoners that the
arch > -Harry
as City, Mo., won
at the Kentucky
ilight and will
tion in the inter-
on i st to he held
Fourth-Class Western I'ostniiiste
In Missowrl—At l' !
Nowland; at Dallas
Jones; at Culver, llati
at Hortou, Vernon
at Nettle ton, < aid well county
Dunham; at Upshaw, Douglas
In Oklahama—At Leroy,
county, L. L. Mastertt.
In Indian t -rritory At Vian
kee nation, ( . Blackston.
i 2 8. The • • post
vero made to-day:
Dallas county, J.
. county, C. Greer;
utility, T. Rowan;
11 county James
A FEARFUL COUGH
. . ler I'le
The offer of the building, N
Southwest boulevard, Kansas City,
Mo., for temporary use, pending the
erection of pcrmanont buildings on the
grounds in Uosedale, Kan., which
were donated to the university, was
accepted. The collog
K«tjUowlv * 1
ve exploded il
i to-day, fata
and a 15-year-old
und another son we
of Nathan T. Cii
clerk in the I!
came to a sudde
noon, (Jatld plea
of about forty h
having been at
- —A special to the
that the state bank
s entered last night
will open there I by unknown in n, wn • ble.v open the
I vault and secured in currouoy.
Vn Illinois l> i
Sr. Lot is. March •
at Auburn, 111 .
. Awards -
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• • 'Minion rarlftips. '
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