The Territorial Topic. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1895 Page: 4 of 10
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
frltc <TcmtotW ?ojric.
quincby t. brow/.'. ronor.
geo. w. tracy. putsushuh.
Kntered at the Post Office at Norman,0. T.
%§ second-clM* mail matter.
PerVear. In Advance • "
g,j Months - • ■ * ' , . ,
Advertising rate* made known on appltca-
f1uday, dec. 27 1895.
Rate of one and one third fare for the
round trip to all points on the A. T. &
■What lias beccme of the Hon.
Mort L Bixler's cane. We liav't
heard him mention it in his paper
for a week or two."—I3i.
Oh he has it yet, we suppose,
but the boys do say he U afraid to lr„.t.orih,
wear it on the streets tor tear yy ae,,tletiien or ladies to travel in
round trip to all points .... u.r ~ ]()HN „ SC0TT,
8. F. It. R. wilh'n two homlied miles Looa|t. „tX
Date of sale Dec. 24th. 26th. 31st and T.ss. 9. It K.
Jan. 1st, Kood to return Jan. 2nd. , • . ROBERTSON.
r. j.mohoan. art.j hcori he uuhjini^.
PHYSICIANS A: SURGEONS.
It L KOHKBTSON,
Ex. U. 8. Army
A.. Ode to lUe F"!1"
Let those pay taxes
Who never paid before,
And those who always paid
Now pay the raore.
we want peace and the way to
get it is to attend to our owe bus
The president has spiled the
Christmas vacation of the con-
TWENTY-FOUR millers were kill-
ed by an explosion of firedamp in
the miues near Dayton, Tenu.
Let Corbett and the Eng-
lish puglist settle the war. The
Engle and the Lion being the
It is now in order for patriots
to send in their petitions for luc-
rative places on the Venezuelan
comniisiou and & plensaut, visit to
Captain John Skaton of Kan-
sas has notified the Federal Gov-
ernment that he will stand a sight
draft for §100,000. in the event
of war with England.
Judge Scott came down from
Oklahoma City Tuesday evening
and held an extra session of court
for the purpose ef approving the
issue of New Court bonds.
The "grand old man" deolares
that only common 6ense is requir-
ed to settle between the U.
ti. and Old Bull. The scarcity
of common sense is very discour-
Charlie Belleiny will take it away
Rev. Dr. Madison 0. Peters
of the Bloomingdale Reformed
church says that "war ts cruel,
hateful, wrong. "War is hell. As
a preacher of the gospel of peace
and universal brotherhood, I call
for arbitration."' Tet the good
doctor smooth his ruffled front.
There will b( no war. for the rea-
son that the United States has
shown England that this nation
will not shrink from that alterna-
tive in the defenpe and vindication
of a righieous principle.
The Republican rv le in Ken-
tucky began with a pardon for
FurgUBon, who shot, on election
day a democrat who was soliciting
votes for Carroll; Ferguson has
not even been tried but is simply
under arrest. Gov. Bradley sim-
ply puts a premium on such work-
ers ns Ferguson, a reward for
The St Louis Republic says:
"There is serious cause for anxiety
in the increase of murders, 83-
saults and highway robberies in
St. Louis, and responsibility for
this boom in crime seem to rest
entirely with the criminal courts.
The crowded condition of Judge.
Edmunds' docket and the delay in
providing quarters for -1 udge
- - nentletnei
Oklahoma Territory for established,
tellable house. Salary $780 and expen
ses. Steady position Enclose refet-
enceand self-addressed stamped en-
velope. The Dominion Company,
Third Floor, Omaha Bids., Chicago.
Notice is hereby u'lven t.iat T. S,
Ward has made application, tiled his
petition and bond according to law tor
the purpose of obtaining a license to
sell at retail spiritons, malt and vinous
liquors at Lexington, O V. for a
period Of one year. D. li. \V YKNE.
v Co. Clerk.
Offlce-Rootns t and 2 over Citliens Bank.
Norman, O. T,
DR. j. l. WOOD,
—: dektist. ;—
Norman. : : : : Oklahoma
Associated with Dr. Lllavd.
W gentlemen or ladies to travel in
Oklahoma Territory for established,
reliable house. Salary $780 and ex-
penses. Steady position Enclose ref-
erences and self addresses stamped
envelope. The Dominion Company,
Third Floor Omaha Rldz.. Chicago
Oflice in rear Kittredge's
Drug Store. West Main
Street. Residence Cor. Web
ster Ave. and -3ims Street.
k. e. thacrek.
Offlca, Over Abernetby'B Liiug- store.
Lexington, O. r.
I lljiUljiB m uuuima TAKE NOTICE!!
JW Best Girl's Picture^ in yourWatckCa^e
COTTAG-E Z _
Call and See our XMAS JVOI ELTIES-
I Board at
l^ost foptrlab house
In Norman, and that Jolly well met
fellow, I. K. MILLER, is the Proprietor.
ATTORNEY AT I.AW.
Collections a Specialty.
Purccil, . '• Indian Territory
J^lt. J, 8. CH1LDS,
Office on Wilklns street, between First ana
Second avenues. Call left at the Palace
drugstore, near postoflice, will be promptly
ROSS & WILLIAMS,
Citizens Bank Building.
Norman, - O. "I.
Promptly made on the most
sixth cents Kit use.
B'iie Bc; t Premium Offer Ever Made
tu New«i>at>er Readera.
/ 11.O. m. MILLElt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Iloora No. 1, Purcell Natianc Bank nuilding
PURCELL, : IND. TEK.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
]5y special arrangement with the
t- D publishers of the Fort Worth Weekly
Harvey gave criminals months of Giizette we are enabled to make this
demotion from punishment, and
themselves na best thoy can, for
there will be no war between this
country and England. Aside from
the innate foolishness of such a
war neither country can afford it
Arkansas lynchers now lead.
Their new method, which will
probably be patented, is to strip
the victim, whip all the hide off
him, tie weights to his neck and
throw him into the deepest hole
in the mill pond.
the report that Judge Scott
had been requested to resign his
judgeship is false, and only au-
other little black scheme of his
enemies to work up a sensation
ngaiiist him. Judge bcott will
serve out his term.
Prorate Judgo Lawrence yes-
terday granted a temporary in-
i junction in tha case of the State
I Capital Printing Co. vs E. d.
i Cameron. 7'he supreme court
I has already knocked out the cap-
. ital's public steal, and it now es-
! nays to get around it by injunction
made them feel that the pursuit
of crime was a safe occupation."
Delay is the chief trouble. If
there is anything distasteful to
the criminal and his friends it is
a speedy trial.
Brother hornrack of the
Minco Minstrel had a word to say
last week nliout the underhand
tricks played at the Shawnee
Statehood convention and the
seeming attempt to repeat the
same at the coming Oklahoma
Citv conventton. He is justly in-
dignant over the Indian Territory
being left out in tha call and will
be on hands the 8th pros, to de-
mand a retraction or explanation
from the parties responsible for
the insult offered. He can rest
assured that Cleveland County's
ten delegates will back the Indian
Territory people in their efforts to
receive just recognation and stay
with them until their rights are
recognized or the well laid plans
of the would bo senators and gov-
arnors of tha new Oklahoma are
laid in the dust.
The Dawes Commission says
Remit us $1 50 for one year's sub-
scription to the The 'iekritorial
Topic anil we will send you free, as a
premium, the Weekly Gazette for one
year. This offer applies only to per-
sons who are not now subscribers to
THE FORT WOtlTn WEEKLY OAZI2TTE.
The Gazette is a plain Democratic
paper, without frills or furbelows in
its politics. It advocates:
The free coinage of silver at 16 to 1—
the most important issue now before
Tariff reform that will give the pro-
ducers an equal chance with the man
An income tax.
The repeal of the state bank tax.
The election of United States sena-
tors l>v popular vole.
All effective railroad commission.
The enforcement of the anil-trust
law against all trusts.
General practice in medicineandsurirery.
Tieats Rectal, Venereal and Genito-Urinary
Purcell, - - lnr>* ter.
ffOfflcB over Purcell National Bank.
COME, eat, get fat and have a good time with
< mc at
The Boston Restaurant.
A. D. ACERS, Manager.
SUCGESSOPv TO THE
LUMBER, HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS.
Attorney at Law,
purcell and lexington.
I3TJE3 JN-3STXD IB.A.C3-Ca--A-G-l±l,
R li. MARTIN & SONS, flop's.
Meets all Trains, Day and Night.
Calls promptly attended to. Leave orders at Hotel Agnes.
practice in the courts of Oklahoma
clian Territories and jtive prompt til
hnil imii«ii i v i 11 tinii ~ • w ' ■ • •
tentton to business. Office. Lexington, Ok.
M. E. ffaniEr.
Norman, O. T.
BUILDER & CONTRACTOR-
PUBcELL LOOOR NO. 27. F. & A.
M mi-ets In regular communication
in Miii.ontc Hal! Saturday nurhts on
or before full moon of each month.
u. a. Von no, w..4
Will CIaudy. Secretary.
purcell LODGF. no.ll.I.o.o.
}■ meei* in Brick Hall ever*
SSgSrsOp TuccJaj eveniUK. Visiting hrotb-
w. H. Walker 8,0. J. W. Hocker. N.G.
REItKKAH dkiikkk i.opge no. s.
meets in Musonic Hnli on tho second
and fourth Monday in each month.
Id Seri'ZliH. n. g.
Mrs. will Ci.koy, , Sec.
LQii8 Star Earbi Snap.
(Successor to J. D. Clare.)
JONES & BJSINGER, l'rop's.
First Class TjHBorial work of every deaorip-
North-Side Main Street,
l~\ R VTHUONE LODGE N'O. 8, K. of P.
meets in llrick Hail every lhurs
"Thuro is no alternative loft to the Ptv;a •'*? |i"'Jt!iiiF.HS(iN
, . . tt.c Hi.;/ A w ilurrMAM.K.
United States but to assume the
responsibility for future consider-
ations in the Indian Territory.
Insecurity of life and property aie
increasing every day making im-
mediate action imperative. lh
commission ie compelled by the
evidence forced upon them during
their examination into the admin-
istration of these governments, to
say they are wholly corrupt and
irresponsible. It is in the judg-
- tlleut of the commission, the im-
Speaker Reed has appointed perative duty of congress to as-
Jlitt of Illinois, chairman of the suine Kt 0nCe politicnl control of
I he government of the Indian
W HrrrMAM. K.ol' R.and S.
Uljb, on or before full,
J T. Bradley, Seo.
...i'QI M. B. PRICE. Prop.
When in the city, and want a first-class Fisce,
Stop at the above mimed "Hotel."
The accoramodntione are the Beet,
Can also und in eonneetion with this Hotel, at reasonable rates. 'Hibee at
satisfaction is nia.-anteed to all,
GIVE 1v£E -A- C-A-IJXJ.
Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line.
MEETS ALL TRAINS
- OIP. " istio-KT.
Calls to nil parts of the city.
ROW TREE & McCALL.
Don't Tobacoo Spit or Smoae Your Life Away
The truthful startling title of a hook abo«t
No to-bao, the only harmless, guaranteed to-
bacco habit cure If you want to quit and
can't, use "No to-bac." Braces up niootinia-
ed nerves, eliminates nicotine poisons, malwD
weak men Kain strength, weight and ri«or.
Positive cureor money refunded.
Hook at druggist, or mailed free. Addiows
The Sterling Remedy ro., Chicago offlculfi
itaudoluh St ; New York, 10 Spruce St.
The Brooks Photograph Gallery will !>
ways and Territory.
foreign affairs committee; Di:
■hairuasn of the
jueans committee; Cannon of 111., j Xhis is a most favorable dec-
on appropriations and Walker °f larfttiou favor of atatehood, for
United Slates Investor,
| The Leading Financial Journal
Chnreb corner of Gray street and Porter
avoiuie Services every undoy.
Morning services i'-tci „ m
Evening services J,;'" P"
Pravor meel'ing «ei'. evening. Tp. m.
3^ meeting r,r;ia,eiyi an m-ln^
kkv, a. h. howa-m, Pastor.
mkvhodi8t |w§oopal (louvr)*
Church corner of Peters avenue and Tonha-
wa street, services every Suuda>. Youdcure to know the standing and
Morning siTVlce<. 7 16 pi ml condition! o abank, railroad, building and
EvcniiiK Horvieea • v j as nn;i iicn, inrestinent or nitniiitf corn-
Sunday School . ' ."."it Ao the United 3t te Investor.
Prayer-meeting; Wed nrty.. ■« ■ I to know ihe value of a muni
1(1■ 11 - ,,pal l,oiio or a or r .,nrl «Ort or
" CAl'HOl 1C bond.-lite (0 Ihe l ulled Mates Imcloi.
Church on Tonh^a .-etbetweenCraw- ■ I, Yoo dojireto know,, value and eondl-
— \&$tgxs2isrsisz ««
on bnnking udLvjiell t.0ngtess duly considers
baptiht. forin or lnveBimem, win* •" ; ,,
Preaching on fltst and third Sunday of 3t,«e. investor, and get an answer fiee to
each in..nth, morning and evening. ""'A'*"'" ,f.' an,i correspondents In every
Sunday School every Sunday morn-| Our agcnts.anu cori §i i , niia|y f( rrel
: their repots, tlioy will np>re than 'tI,r*kye"t
. • !••«... I i/vornh
The great "Henri,• case, the! prol.al.ly Hollow Us dictation and
most ' interesting murder trial j will join the liuiian Terntery onto
known, in Missouri in years end-1 Oklahoma for judtctal and legis-
in the aoqaiiUlof Dr. and Mrs ; Utire purposes. 1 hw congress
and correpp'MUM'iu* ...
"5 .Se&Sr l^SS«SiSSS'1&-
. erpbody invited.
lUv. w. H. Nichols.Pastor
The CUT RATK will continue until
after ihe holidays.
out and promptly maae ki. .« ■ ••••• •
I scrlbersml matters n the Una e i. ra ay^
real ♦•Kta*«* und industrial world likely i*
offfM-iihe market v*luo ot securities
vned.' , Investor Puclisliiiig
"l * "'tlbhuold admit Oklahoma into the 1 j1tv' s " """v' bknnb.t, r,e«...
result was not SIIUOIU 'f , Ti K CHI'H. tl-ciasi meoiing at V n m; j|£ Kranklin St„ [toston.
i i... w-jitt-r "rsss-..-
Jftwwl the cnue beiu,! tiivi.le.i bn- live civjlizpil I'' >us m « Jms | ..nrr..^.p."" ' a'"*
twee ii a ''hung j ury
au ac , when they have taken tlmir allot-
You will never again have (he oppor-
tunity to obtain as fine work at
the low prices that you
will for the next
Gallery will he in charge of
F. L. CONNOR.
^.11 Work. G"U.a,r£LXiteeci.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Brown, Quincey T. The Territorial Topic. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1895, newspaper, December 27, 1895; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116794/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.