The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 95, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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WE PRINT THE PROCEEDINGS
$1.00 PER YEAR
EVERY - WEEK
PUBLISHED JSEMI-W EKKLY,
NORMAN, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAH.OMA, iJ r\ 1 ] DA V APR! D
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g The Most Complete Stock ofssis
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WALL PAPER, BOOKS, ! STATIONERY
Prescriptions Compounded Day or /Sight.
Central Block, - - Norman, « >. T.
IS KEEN FOR« >««
NORMAN. O. T.
A- O. ACERS, Manager
WE BUY FOR CASH,
We have a Complete
Line of ® & e
FREE DELIVERY TU ANY
PART OF THL- CITY. . .
We can sell cheaper than the cheip t Fir i
door west of Arkansaw Store.
T. W. BRIGGS & CO.
>y buying n
do ho, as it
hncco willi haco-ctko. It will n«Ti\ \<
desire for tobacco will erase. Voiii *" <10111
as the clay before you took your t• 1 •
written guarantee, to absolutely col -
or money refunded. Pru e $1.00 |m i • •
and guaranteed cure) $2.oO. For sub
mail upon receipt of price. S-sT'Soim
box. Booklets and proofs free. Kure
i T'sirn 1 Kior
and don't hi' imp ed up mi
remeOv that requires you 1
is nothing more than a suhstitut
the sudden stoppage of tobaec
must nave some sti 111 ulant, an I in most
all ca(?«v4 the effect of the stimulant, be it
opiutr. morphine, or other opiates, leav
"I es far WDrss • habit con
>s Itractel a kyourdruggist
11 about BACO-OURO H
Ipurb le. You do
no t top using to-
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Eureka ChemlcHl ami MM'k '■ .. Lacross. u
Dear sir* -I have lieiMl a 1ot *«*€M* III 11 I 1«0 wn
ffmoked fifteen to twen'v ei^ar* roirnhirU . \<-r\
ed until inv physlclHti tol.l in-'I nee v 1
trlcil the no-cm cl Keeley t'ure. "S" 1" Hi'" 1
until I PQchU'iitly loarncI «• f yur IU 1 1 n«'• •
your preparat Ion, Hint to-day I i- i-i'li r n> • ■
horrlole eruvtng for tobacco, which c\« i \ m\ . t
euro' wonderful d can 11
SCO., I . W Ho
it. Paul, Minn..
• a •. .'iinl durh n t'm 1 n
of 1 • il> (•<*« f«>r tho time
«rlousi>ih«-r remedies in
r. .• \veokH iitio t" 'lay I
rand see if
Compare these prices
1 you have been paying
you cant save money by
(). M. Kans.is Flour
1 J. Norman Flour....
. Homo Kansas Flour....
Snow Flake Flour
L'olb G. Sugnr
-31 b Y. C. Sugar
Star Tobacco per II.
lib Good Green Coffee...
1 pkge coffee 29
111) burst I'ea berry eolTee
lib African Jnvti coffee 3.1c, 3lbs 1.00
fea Dust @ 15c, 21bs 25
1 1! 1 choice < runpowder Tea 30
Fancy Imported " 40
Y I Iyson tea 00
31b can standard lomatoes 10
()ne can Corn 10
3lb can California I'eaches 15
I gal choice Apples 30
" Apricots or Peach's 35
•' Nice Sorghum 40
" Tenn " " 45
" Ribbon C'ane Molasses 50
7 bars Hex Soap 25
Fancy Breakfast Iiacon 11
Hams, country, per lb 10
" Packer-liouse " .... . 11
Salt Meat " 7
Apricots, Drv " 10
Pears •' " 10
lbs Navy Hrnus LOO
-J IDs, cr Raisins l.oo
Genuine Early Rose Potatoes 1.10
We have hundreds of other Bar-
gains too numerous to mention; be-
-ides we carry n complete stork of
\)R\ GOODS. All good* delivered
free. MILLS BROS.
EGGS FOR SALE!
The STATE DEMOCRAT has the best facilities
of any printing establishment in the Territory for
printing Horse bills, Jack bills, Pamphlets or Stock
Farm Catalogues. If you want anything of the kind
write and seewhat we can do for you.
Newspaper men furnished with Stereotyp-
ed Cuts at reasonable rates.
when to stop and your
ill be as free from nicotine
liew or smoke. An iron rind
e tobacco habit in all its forms,
or 3 boxes (30 da\ s treatment
' alI druggists or will be sent by
\ Two r« lit tups for sninph
Client A M'f'g C o., LaCro:
SIRE OF 4 IN THE LIST.
Konautz, Hay Stallion foaled in 1881
3ired b3 LYLE WILKES 4658,
by (•!:< k*<. 1: Wii.ki.s 51 i , J.JJ; the
Grratrst of all progenators of
speed and at the close of 180.3 hav-
ing 1005 descendants in the list.
1st Dam I.ADY Glv'l iidK'V by CoK-
Iti:ai' OS, sire of 7 in the list".
Konnntz will make the hmm n on
M< n lay, Tuesday, Wednesdaj and
i'hursday at my burn I'j miles N K
of Noble! Okla., and on Friday and
Saturday at the Fair Grounds at
TERMS: #l." for ti..- ,-on, 125
I., insi.r. a inure in foal.
J. M. MYERS,
Tramps Take Possession of Tv/o Nca
Jersey Oyster Towns.
A FLORIDA NEtiRO LYNCHED.
A Father oil Trlitl for t)u- Murder of lilt
Son- A t'olorcil Cattle l.oadrr Shot
>\ liilf Loolilu^ at Some
Mii.lvii.i.E, N. J., April 4.—Nearly
600 trumps, who are unable to obtain
work on the oyster bouts, have taken
possession of the town-, of bivalve and
I'ort Norris. The township authorities
are unable to cope with them, and it
may become necessary to call upon
the sheriff of Cumborlun<l county to
drive them away. The men were
brought here to find employment
during* the oyster planting season,
which has just opene i and which will
continue until June. They arc made
desperate by hunger and are so bold
that they enter houses in daylight and
rob them of all the food they ean find.
The wives and daughters of the oyster
men, all of whom are away at work in
the day time, are openly insulted on
the streets and in their homes.
Trouble is feared between the oyster
men and the owners of riparian
grounds. If the see.lers there give out
in their native beds, many of the 1,000
boats at work declare they will dredge
on riparian grounds. That means the
firing of the shore batteries, which are
ready for effective work. At the
headquarters of the riparian owners
the preparations for the expected ad-
vent of the oyster pirates are decidedly
warlike. Oliver Dandy and Frank
Cobb patrol the beach with two squads
of riflemen, keeping a sharp watch on
the myriads of boats in the bay. "We
will give the thieve-- a hot reception if
they come on our grounds," said Gau-
dy, "and will blow them out of the
A Florida Negro Strang I'p.
Jacksonville, PI a*', April t. Wil-
iliam Rawles, colore.I. was found guilty
yesterday by a cor ner's jury of the
murder of Shopkeeper Kaull last
Wednesdaj'. The prisoner was guard-
ed while awaiting the train for Dan-
ville, where the trial should have taken
place, but a mob soon gathered, over-
powered the guards and lynched
Tli® Father Killed tils Son.
IJattle Cheek, Mich., April 4.—At
the trial of Adam C. Arnold for mur-
dering his son, Effle Mead, the lianece
of the young man, testifi d that she
saw Arnold grippin his son's throat.
Arnold had threaten 1 to shoot her if
she told what had t;i\.en place. Arnold
became terribly enraged and was re*
strained with difficulty.
A St. Joseph I-Hii-• 1 .• ker shot.
Chickasha, i. T April i —J. W.
Carter, a colored man from St. Joseph,
Mo., employed as a cattle loader here,
was shot in the lie; <l and instantly
killed last night in the country 5 miles
northeast of here, while looking at
home land, by anoth r land seeker.
GOV. STONE'S PROCLAMATION.
Missouri's Ciller Magistrate Culls the State
Legislature In f.vtra Session.
Jefferson'Crrv, Mo.. April 4.—Gov.
.Stone to-day issue 1 a proclamation
convening the Thirty-eighth general
assembly In special session April '.'.'I,
just as he had promised to do. 11 is done
for the following purposes: To pass a
fellow-servant bill; to pass a law
prohibiting the maintenance of any or-
ganized lobby at the state, house during
the session of the legislature; to pass
an election bill, and to consider any
other matter that may be submitted
by special message during the session.
A few liarn I I'lyui nli Rock, a <1
I frown Leghorn Chickens for sab
1'ggs $1.00 per setting.
Also the services of a
Terms $5.00, invariably in a IvatlCC.
Call on or address,
L, >1 ile south of Depot, or Miller &
McClinticksmeat market, Norman,
fiorrlfilo cruvinit for tot ..
tuic l cj ml-lar your "Imm
We will se id the .State
1 Vmocrat and the NEW
i'GRK WORLD to you
otoeyear or $i 75.
A VACIIT WK1 I KIIO.
William Zeigler of HaUing Pon der Faino
and a I rlend Lost off Florida.
Jacksonville, Fla.. April 4.—A re-
port has been received from Palm
lleach that the cruising sloop yacht
Robinson Crusoe has been wrecked in
Discayne bay and all hands drowned.
Among the lost were William Zeigler
and John G. Wells, of New York,
both prominent there. The sloop left
Palm beach eleven tl.ivs ago under
charter for a cruise among the keys.
William II. Dingier, of Standard < .I
fame, was in the party, but is supposed
to have been saved.
Minuter Terrell's Nail-on i:-M-ape.
Constantinople, April 4. Just as
United States Minister Terrell was
crossing a squaro to- lay a man who
was being pur nod l y the police drew
11 revolver and tired several shots at his
pursuers. Several shots barely missed
the minister. His cavass jumped from
the carriage and seized the man. The
latter tried to stab the cavass, but was
overpowered and arrested.
Natural ton at ^mlthton, Mo.
Sedai.ia, Mo., April L— Some two
months ago a well was sunk near Smith-
ton and a flow of ga> w;ih struck. A
bj-ndicate of St. Louis capitalists sent
representatives there and they have
leased hundreds of acres of land in the
neighborhood, and propose to be in
prospect in !• thereon ant x ten ivc scale.
Must Ho V.t< < lo tted.
St. Lot is, April 4. The court of ap-
peals has refused Vttorney August
Rebenack a writ of man 1 nnus to com-
pel the school board M allow his un-
I . ;
The judge , unau; Iy hold that the
School board h a tli right to enforce
Honoring "Am iV Author.
Boston. April I i lis afi moon and
evening there were r eeption and pa-
triotic addre- - iti hoU"r . f Itcv. Dr.
K N. Smith, autli.e- of America."
Delegations from i'. publie *c!io >1 -.
the Harvard (ileo club andnot fl musi-
Nnrtlinpsterii linns is Conference.
Lim .lv, Kan., April I -The North-
western Kansas conference of the
Methodist church c mvone 1 here to-
day. Bishop D. od I, who has con-
tacted all the conferences in Kausnn
Iliisycar is presiding.
Result of Municipal Elections In Slun>
Kans.iH Ton nil and Cities.
Lawrence, Ivan., April ;. The re-
publican city ticket was the only no
iti the Held yesterday for the
city election. Following are the
men elected: Mayor, A. L. Selig;
city treasurer, C. S. Duncan; po-
lice judge, L. S. Steele; treasurer of
the board of education, Alice L. Litch-
field; members of the board of educa-
tion, J. M. Newlln and J. D. I inciter;
justice of the peace, A A. Cooper and
John Charlton; constables, S. W. No-
land and D. Little; members «• t* the
city council, A. Shaw, C. \V. tlrovesuor,
William Nadelhoffer, A. N. Dunakin,
I. M. <I, Wati and S. s Met ann
Olathe, Ivan., April 'I In this city
every republican candidute was elected
over the combined opposition under
the head of "Citizens' Reform Ticket,"
headed by George II. Ilodges for
mayor. A. E. Moll was elected mayor
by 05 raajory; E..C. Owen was re-elected
police judge for the fourth term by
majority; II. A. Taylor, treasurer, by
240; Al If. Betts, treasurer board of
education, without opposition; W. L.
Hayes and E L. Care were elected
justices, and J. L. Hays and John
Wood worth constables by from 50 to
ottaw \. Ivan., April -Theelection
resulted in the election of ti. ti. Whar-
ton, state chairman of the prohibition
party, to the office of mayor on the in-
dependent ticket, by a majority of 4
votes. E. W. Pike was elected police
judge on the same ticket, and also two
councilmen and two members of the
school board. With these exceptions
the republican ticket was elected
throughout with an average majority
Ill Trill nson, Ivan . April There-
suit of the election is as follow >:
Mayor Vincent was re-elected by D.o
majority, while the citizens' or Vincent
ticket elected four out of six aldermen.
Paksons, Ivan., April -The whole
republican ticket with the exception
of mayor and one justice of the peace
was completely snowed under. Skel-
ton, citizens' nominee, was beaten by
only a small majority. Hart, nominee
for justice of the peace on the repub-
lican ticket, together with Stephens,
candidate for mayor, were the only re-
Leavenworth, Kan., April 3. The
city election yesterday resulted in a re-
publican victory, D. A Hook being
elected mayor over Judge Hacker by
250 majority. J. W. llaus crtnan was
elected city attorney. A. A. Fenn city
treasurer; James Gray, democrat, de-
feated Charles Dill for city clerk. The
republicans elected five out of six
councilmen. There was no contest for
the school board except in the First
ward, wlure Nathan Schloss, demo-
crat, defeated Oscar Harris, colored,
republican. Michael Lonergan was the
only democratic constable elected.
Salina, Ivan., April ; -In the munic-
ipal election yesterday J. T. Hayward,
republican, defeated E. \V. Ober, inde-
pendent, for mayor V a majority of .v.*
out of a total vote of l.'i.YI. The woman
vote was especially heavy.
Atchison, Ivan., April The count
has progressed far enough to show that
II. P. Waggener, democratic candidate
for mayor, has been elected. His ma-
jority is estimated at 1,000. The re-
publicans will elect all other officers.
Ahieene, Ivan., April The citi-
zens' ticket was elected by 00 majority.
W. J. Cove was elm mi niavor over
W. ltice, law and order. W. II. GillK
treasurer; C. A. Hodge, treasurer school
board; W. S. Anderson, judge. The
women's vote was the largest ever
know n and the contest was a very
Ft.dohano. Ivan., April The elec-
tion in this city was one of the warm-
er t that has been held f< r a number of
years. John T. Evans, repu' l .tan, has
defeated A. J. Holderman. citizens',
and the majority <>f the republican
Gheat Bend, Kan., April .'. George
N. Moses, republic.in candi late for
mayor, was elected by 77 majority
over R. A. Allison, ritiz-n. Republi-
cans elect three member.-, of the coun-
cil which means in I irsetnent of pres-
ent city administration.
Caldweil, Kan.. April 3.—In the
election held yesterday there were two
tickets, straight republican and citi-
zens'. The citizen tie d D eiccted
entire with a majority ranging from
10(1 to 150.
Empohia, Kan., April The city
election passed of quietly, the entire
republican ticket being sueees-ful,
with probably two e\ ptioas, the in-
dependents getting one councilman
and one member of the school board,
all b}' small majorities.
Wichita, Kan., April i.-The vote
here yesterday was light. The liberal
republican ticket was elected by an es-
timated majority of -') over a fusion
of democrats, populists and prohi-
bitionists. Only one councilman was
Topkka, Kan., April The entire
republican ticket, h a l.-d b. r, a. Fel-
lows for mayor, is elected by over a
Wi:i einoton. Kan April :i. W. K.
Savage, the citizens' candidate was re-
elected mayor in the cit \ election by a
plurality of I defe ding W. II. Staffo-
bach, republican, and' J. Humphreys,
municipal reform, after tin exciting
Four Srori Km.. An • ; -Only two
tickets, republican and . i i/.ens" were
in ! ti.- 1
the election of P ' H i- r t >r ma or,
together with the eat.ro republican
Highest. in Leavening Power.— La:est U.S. Gov't Report
Statement of ti Condition of the
WAN I' llESIR ' -LI-; RKCRl ITS
clary Lamont Ti
'eiHtlllllol of tD.
kg (o Impiova the
dent ami II' '
to \\ •
treasury statt ;i
shows that on N
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lie debt, less c
mi 10, un
for the month
amount of new l
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during the motil
Following is ;. .
000; increase durin
S.)8,100. Debt on
\ lileh intt
ceased since mntu
crease during the i
i .nth. s'.i.i
bearing no intr
crease during the m
4 i:. are certificate.
an 1 trea
offset by an equal
Tho treasury c
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etc., SlO.r.'l i1 1
against w hich ''
ing a cash bala .
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which ?on,on,::o7 ;
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mont has t.: . i
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of a de ii. ■
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adopt act ive i .
free use of th
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department eo n
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ingly, and w n r
three daj - would 1
may be made l .
the require 1 •
reqia t is f..rv. ■
Mr. < lev. land
es to \Y
and Mr-, t le\
that the. Ii. ai
for Gray Gable f p
inet, and at such <
presence there i e
businc--. Mrs. '
casionally come it
friends and do
caution has been
from cranks and .
all kinds durin
STATE J AR ' •
A I. LLV
A Convention lici<:
la'ia to It
SlIDALI . Mo .
tion was held
r the ]u
ntri St a
were Alonzo Wa
I of Tope
Ivirksville; S. r.
the state exec
ma ate; < icorge
of the state
e com mi
ten ,t to be
order to « .i
A MI It I) :ilER'S CONFESSION.
l ee Harris .tdaill* thr* Merrlwentlirr and
Birminoii vv, Ala., April 4.—Lee liar-
vis, alias John hinder, who was arrest-
ed a few davs a/o on the charge of the
murder of the gi >cery merchant, I'leas
Mcrriwcther, about three weeks ago,
has confessed to the murder, implica-
ting the other suspects, Abe Mitchell
ami Stone wall Thompson, lie makes
a startling confession in addition to
this murder, saying he and his pals
waylaid and killed the Ensley grocery-
man lames Thornton, 4 miles below
the city, December 1, last, and also
robbed two ladies on the same road; that
they also robbed Rev. Stiff near North
Birmingham, for which robbery Iienry
Wimbcrly was tried, convicted and
sentenced to nine years in the peniten-
tiary at the last term of the criminal
court. He also says they shot the dis-
tiller, Barnes, at North Birmingham
two months ago, and also shot E. Y.
Daniel, the prominent farmer, at East
Lake in December. Harris implicated
a fourth negro named Jim Webb, and
Deputy Sin -;,iV « . II. Colo went to
North Birmin a yesterday to arrest
him, when resistance was shown. The
ollicor tired three times, all the bullets
taking effect in Webb's body, fatally
A I N ION OF VETERANS.
.\ I'.itrlotir Or.lei- Formed lo Unite Old
Soldiers of tlie I eileral and Confederate
Sr. I * \pril I A patriotic order
has been : rmod which intends to unite
i he vet ran of hoth ai tnie • that fought
in the late civil war into one great or-
ganization, which will be known as
"The Grand Army of American Veter-
ans." Tho formation of this organiza-
tion was attempted as far back as the
early '80's, but owing to the feeling of
animosity that existed between tho
two old factions \ rv few members
joined, and it drifted along until a
short time ago. when it was again put
before the public, this time with much
Gen. ti. E. Hulton, of St. Louis, is
now commander-in-chief and intends
to | h the organization to ti place in
tho hearts of American citizcns that
has never been held by any organiza-
tion of a patriotic character before.
SHOT BY A MADMAN.
A Kansas Itoy Killed, His Hrotlier Fatally
Wounded and Ills Sinter Attacked.
Galena, Kan., April 4.— Newton
Walters, an insane farmer living near
Boston Mills, northwest of here, shot
James Cox. aged 13, dead, fatally
Wounded George Cox, aged 16, and then
..ill Dollie Cox, a sister. The
body of James was thrown into the
l-iver and Walters fled.
I by public
it of the
A Hank t aslder Short.
CaicAoo, April 4. It has been dis*
e \ . red that F. W. Griffin, assistant
ea aierof the Northwestern national
bank, of this city, is a defaulter to the
• xtcnt of ?.">0,000 and he has been ar*
rested and has confessed. The North-
western national is a bank of ample
means with capital and resources
amount in sl..M)0.t)00, and one of the
most conservative institutions in Chi-
. ago. ' i i din's shortage will in no wise
aiV-ct landing and creates no ex-
Private t humlierlaln lo the Pope.
Washington, April 4.—The pope has
conferred on Rev. James A. Stephen,
of Washington, the rank of private
chamberlain to the p ipe, with the title
of Mgr. Stephen. The announcement
. as made by Mgr. Satolli at ti dinner
given by him yesterday in honor of the
i'jastdayof St. Francis de Paul, and
the event was made notable by the con-
ferring of the new rank and title from
the pope. It is in recognition of the
1 >ug scrvit. of Father Stephen as a
missionary among the Indians.
Small-Pox Among River Workers.
Atchison, Ivan.. April 4.—Fifty Atch-
i ton men who went to Chamois, Mo.,
to work on the river for the govern-
ment, returned to-day, small-pox hav-
ing broken out among the government
forces at that place. Men from all over
the country .were exposed and it is
t ea red that the disease will be widely
to for \<
PAIN AND MISERY
. .; 5 years O
a I suffered
f in w: ,. the doc-
tors called rlieu- O
knows tho pain
-■ i:i< I misery which o
ti to etiduro ®
and u in' hclunn to
mo in spite of tho O
Scribed. At last,
the paius o
f the Sar- O
ar. lltltll tllO _
<lis i i ired." — o
tor of livery stable,
•di nt tiau
fecte I V n 1 =1 . :ii have be
curi'cd as a re 5 alt of the dive use.
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