The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 132, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 18, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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SUB ilfprri()N RATES.
daili lct'r week) i
~~r"— (per month) 50
o,v (per yeur| 6 cmj
Whifkly (one year) ' *
• Official l'aper of the Cltj.
Burke & Brown.
EDITOR!! and PROfBlKTOBS.
Vt'Mti rJu)' Weatlur.
Maximum temperature, 60; Mini
m .m, So: Rainfall .00.
Forecast for thirty-six bou
G nerally fair Saturday with enid
Those interested in tlie organ'za-
tionof a club to encourage uiauufact
nring industries should attend tin
meet ug tonght nt the council chain
The only way the Press-Gazette
cuts any ligure in this lottery ques
tioo is as advocate of the concern
The Timm-Journal will confesk
that it was takan very much by sur-
prise whon tlio Preis-0 alette stoope*
so low as to come out in open advo-
cacy of lottery fakirs.
The administration's Hawaiian
policy is condemned by almost every
great daily newspaper in the land.
Bolstering up au absolute monarchy
ikes not take well in demc ralic
America. The administration is al-o
condemned by every out who hue
visited the islands, and remaiued long
enough to know the situation
Cleveland and Gresham might have
found a more popular means to snul
It wab unnecessary for the Prees-
Fuzctle lo admit that its place was
not 'n '.he front rank, but in the rear
one, as that has been fully demon-
strated by its p ist acts. It is not
averse to the publication of a post
mortem notice of aBcoundrelly, swind-
ling v heme, but it professes aversion
to ... aging of a cudgel to destroy
such evils. That has always beei
the order of things. The Times
Jouhnai, has swung the cudgel, and
the Press-Gazetle has attended ti
the obsequies. We have no desir.
to exchange positions.
Kveby carpet bag olflcial who i.
called to Washington tells how vir
t'ious he bus been down here in Ok
lahoma, and what a rascally set of
tori itorial democrats lie has had t<
contond against. Each oarpat bag-
ger gravely i elates how the territoriui
democracy, hungry for plunder, bim
upon him, and all but forced him to
commit or at least countenance sorn
dishonest act. Hoax drinks it all in
and discusses plans for regenerating
the territorial diuiocracy. So fa
the only feasible policy that has been
suggested is to starve them into lion
est upright citizens, by putting them
on a bread and water diet
The parents of the city are tremb
ling with nervous apprehension, the
result of a report that 1ms been Cur-
rent for a day or two that diphtheria
was rnging in the city. Nearly even
physician iu the city attended the
board of health ni-eting jesterdaj
afternoon, and not one caso of dipli
theria was reported. The scare
comes from the practice of physician
now-a-days in isolating the patients
who arc taken with severe sore
throat. The isolation of the puiieut
doei not imply that the physicians
believes that diphtheria exists. It is
simply a necessary caution to guard
against a possible case of diphtheria.
The High school lecture courao Is
becoming very | opular. Hon Whit.
M. Grant's lecture yesterday was tin
most interesting of the series, because
be had a moat interesting subject
which was discussed from tho stand-
point of actual observation. Those
who heard the lecture know a great
deal more about Alaska than they ever
knew before. Mr. Grant was for
four years Unite.) States Htt iruey for
that interesting territory, and every
thing he mentions came under his
Observation. There is already a
movement on foot to get Mr. Grant
to deliver the lecture iu one of the
churches, bo that those who did not
hear h m at the high school can havi
an opportunity of hearing that moji
j AM S3 HAPPY!
Relieved me of a severe Hlocxl trouble.
It has also caused my hair to grow out
again, as it had been falling out by the
handful, After trying many physicians
in vain, f am so happy to find a cure in
S. S. S. O. H. Elbert, Galveston, Tex.
SCI IPFS i'yrofclnic.utnenn.ofdls.
wfrvi-.^eiuwauU li'C nuisun u . well,
f J (WIt is entirely vegetable and hamilees.
S Treatise Blooil and Skin mailed free.
#wur 81'Ktww Co, Atlanta, Ob.
TO ORGANIZE A M.IHUJACTCBER'S
A meeting is hereby called at the
Council chamber on the corner of
Grand and b-oadway, for Sa*:,ri1ay
ercuing at 7:30 o'clock for the pui
poke of organizing for the following
1. To increase the numlier of
sustaining industries of the city, and
to increase the productive value of
the lands surrounding this city by
giving encouragement to uianufucl
urcs, wholesale interests, and to that
class of farming that will Increase the
productive value of the surrounding
2. In order to secure the desired
results it is tba aim to secure through
i small membership fee a fund with
which to pay for local notices in the
rades journals representing the in-
dustries we desire to locate here, to
pay for the publication of a pamphlet
giving the resources of the city and
country, the advantages that the
arious industries locuted here would
h ive over similar industries located
elsewhere, and to pay the necessary
expenses iu the distribution of said
pamphlets, and for such other expen-
ses us would necessarily be incurred
in securing the accomplishment of
tho results desired.
The unfortunate class deserves the
kindest treatment, and the best care
that a generous people can furnish.
The county infirmary should be a
homelike comfortable placc, supplied
with good wholesome food, warm
juarters, good clean beds, good at-
tendance, and all necessary medical
attention. In a civilized community
the inflmary ought to be the pleasaot-
est and most wholesome spot in every
community. For the helpless arc
there who are unable to care for
themselves. They are without rela-
tives to care for them, and are too
feeble to care for themselves. Many
so called barbarous nations give their
helpless the most kindly considera-
tion. "Old age ought to lie venerated
and tho helpless made to forget their
infirmities. The naked Duhouums
are much better housed and clothed
than arc the .poor that ate compelled
to seek aid of Oklahoma county, for
in their native land those people uri
comfortable in their nakedness, and a
shelter from the burning sun is all
the house they need. Why not sus-
pend for a few months the foreign
mission fund, and turn tho money
collected for that purpose to relieving
suffering in our midst? The heathen
cau wait for salvation until the wants
of the wretched at home arc relieved
Let the heathen bask in his tropical
breezes, afi free as God made him.
until our own people are protected
against the rigors of our climate.
But more must be done than turn-
ing that contribution to the relief of
our poor. The county commissioners
arc the ones to sec that all this suf
fering, tilth and wretchedness at the
Infirmary is disposed of. If it takes
extra tax, impose that extra burden
If it require* au appropriation of two,
three or four hundred dollars to re
lieve those poor people of their mine
ry, appropriate it. No man will
oppose it. No human being who has
visited the filthy hovel, cailed the
infirmary, will enter a protest. The
whole community ought to lie taxed
to support those people.
Some noble women have done what
they could to make tho quarters
comfortable, but Hikbo good women
aro overburdened and find the task
Clark & Son ought to be well sat-
isfied with their defense. They
should not complain of any lack of
zeal on the part of the Press-Gaze'to
in their defense.
yjj. Plantation colt* ed
'> v atilicted, as Dr.
J-.V - I'ennor faund
ifi \ when traveling
in the south.
■ were polnful.
Many of them hod what thev called
"a rising under the jaw." this was
a swelling of the paratoid or sub- j
mnxilary gland. He used with them,
invariably, his Golden Relief. As it re-!
lieved the pain end reduced the swell-1
ing almost immediately in every case, !
they called it " Oolden Relief Quick," a
not inappropriate name. Dr. Fenner j
met a planter who Informed him that j
he would sooner be without corn meal
and bacon on which his colored help
subsisted, than Golden Relief, which he !
used to cure their ccliea, pains, summer
complaints and flu* This Remedy
cures any ailment which has Inflamma- j
tion and pain as its base, from a chronio
bronchitis to a pulmonary consumption.
Inflammation cau no mora exist iu pres-
ence of this remedy than can the honey
bee under tho fumes of sulphur. No in-
flammation, no swelling, no pain, no
bronchitis, no consumption. One table-
mvxjnfui dose Is a certain cure for La
l.rlppo. Ko narcotics ormineral poisons
in it. Safe and certain—never disap-
points. Money refunded if satisfaction
not given. Tako a bottle homo to-day.
Notice To The I'ubMr.
I hereby notify all public that I
will not be responsible for debts con-
tracted or any actions of niyson Walter
Wabkbn H. Tavi.ok,
Still Continues to Be
During tho Mcnth rof November
In Mens' and
Hats, Caps, Shoes and Hosiery,
Dry Goods, Notions
Hard tiro esin th* ^a?t have been turned t> your
benefit by prompt, close buying for oach, en-
abling THE AURORA BARGAIN STORE to
supply you with every grade ot underwear aud out-
er clothing at from 25 to 50 per cent less than ever
before offered in this market. If prices on iarm
produce are low our prices meet the reduction, so
that a bushel of wheat will purchase as mu'b go ds
as eTer, If wages are low a days work at present
wages buys far more than a year ago.
Oar Stock is Cmplete.
We offer you the latest and best goods in underwear, from
the finest and softest fabrics to the heavy and substan-
tial for both men and women.
Giotiiina tor EveruDodu.
Mens Suits and Overcoats,
Boys Knee Pants aud Suits,
Childrens Full Suits,
Hojsery snd Furnishing Goods.
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
LOOK AT YOU a HAT!
tp:p in and
EE OUR NEW
TYLES and PRICES
IN GREAT PROFUSION!!!
and at PRICES THAT will
As<onishy°u aB much a8 the 8°°dpPleaseYoii
verything, Musiins Calicos, Denims,
very late Style in Dress Goods Etc.
AT LOW PRICES,
We give you goodi that meet every requirement"
WARMTH for cold wurtlier.
STRENGTH to resist tha hardest usgaeas long
a, goods ought to wear.
FITTING that would put to blush the p*e-
tentious tailor with his high prices.
PRICES that shame the sheep that bore the
wool. REAL FREE TRADE.
-These Ms Most lie Sold in Their
we brought them to the market to SELL not HOLD
THE PEOPLES PROKM FMI HIGH PRICES.
M. Hkrskowitz, Manager, Cor. Grand A, Broadway
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
RDflflR N. JSWKCT,
ATTORNEY -AT- LA W,
OSoe Jn WU«on Block, west of. First Ni t!onal J ^
Hunk, south side of Mum street.
o. M. DUNN.
J. L. BENJAMIN.
Wand's Big Star
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machine
int«rnai and oxtfma! remedy twin torElegant ine j of furniture— all kin is of hou fur iture
17 y our diUKtfist don't keep It scud $2 and I
bottle* 'm l c-uro the most obstinate
S. <S. Jyirffiattkk, 7). 7). d
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Graduateof Chicago college of Dental Surirery,
Office in State Bunk Building.
Telephone No. 68.
DR. JOHN FEE,
Coosnlti Physician and Snrpn
OCULIST AND AURIST.
Office—Room 9 Lion Store, cornel
Main and Robinson streets.
HAYS & W30DB,
ATTORN*.ys-at la w.
Ok'alioma City, 0. T.
Will practice in all the courts.
Collecting Agency in Connection.
Koom 6 Equity Building.
J. H EVEREST,
Practice in all courts. Special at
tentions driven to land office practice
Office 2d floor, Land Office Block.
Itr. & Mrs. Davis, D. D. 8.
Cofliua, Caskets, Kobcs, aud Undertakers Supplies.
Bodies prepared for shipment. 13 years experience iu
Oklahoma City Furniture Co
BA8SETT BLOCK, bo. 31 Main St. and 100 Broadway.
W. C. WELLS.
. C. IVY.
WELLS & IVY,
Real Estate Brokers
and Investment Bankers.
Communications Solicit id. No. 15 Robinson St.
W. J. Jusi o i
ISTOiRD & JUS ICE,
Contractors and Builders
tiVStore and Office Fixtures made to or ler. Plans and spccifioa.
tions drawn. Estimates made. Upholsteriug, Furniture repairing and
Hardwood Finishing done. Our specialty—Firstclass work at reasonable
prices. We defy competition. Sre us for anything in our line.
Office aud Shop: No. 116 California uvenue, Oklahoma City.
O. T. Reynolds, President. T. M. Richardson, Vice v
}. P Boyle, Cashier.
Corner Main and Robinson.
Residence adjoining Office.
J A. COURTNEY,
ARCHITECT AMD 01VLL ENO INEE
Plans, Est mates nn<l Specifications furnished
upon short notice.
Surveys of all kinds accurately and promptly
Sanitary Sewers, Street Grades and other
municipal improvements Specialties
10B Grand Avvnue. • Oklahma clt
A. B, HAMMER,
Office Opera House Block, Roo a 1
Oklahoma City, O. T.
DH. W. L. MAUP2N,
Bachelder block, corner Broadway
and Grand avenue. Residence ad-
joining office, Oklahoma City, O. T.
H. C. ST-JOHN,
Lawyer & Land Attorney.
Offlc^, Equity Building, Grand Av
Drs. Dean & Detrick,
First National Bank building, rooms
and 110. Residence, 21" Fifth Street
A. H. SIMON TON, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office and Residence, liy Fifth St.
General practitioner, Diseases of
Nose, Throat and Lungs, and diseases
of Wuu.cn. Also microscopical exam-
inations. Ready for business Sep-
(SUCCESSORS TO OKLAHOMA BANK.)
CAPITAL. - 9B50,000.00.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Accounts of merchants and farmers solicited. Weguarantee
conrteouH and liberal treatment.
Daniel F. Stiles, President.
Edward W. Dowden, Vice President.
F. L. Dobbin, Cashier.
L. A Gilbert, Ass't Cashier
OKLAHOMA NAT10NA BAM.
C AHOMA CITY, OK LA. TER.
Transacts a General Banking Business
D. F. Stiles, E W. Dowden, Henry G. Thomas, Freeman' L. Given,
John Brogan, F. L. Dobbin and W. M. McClure.
Everything new an*
Best Brick Livery Bam in Okla-
homa. Boarding horses carefully
looked after. Terras reasonable. "•*
No. 311 Grai l Avouue, Ok la. City '
Telephone No. 3>.
H. J. MILLER.
J B WILSON,
Paper Hunger, Kalsomlner and (Jlazier.
HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER.
Good work guaranteed.
Shop No. tij Broadway; Residence
ABERNETHT & MILLER.
Barber shop and Bath Rooms-
The finest fltteu up Rooms in the city. HOT l"D COLD B ' 1
Neat barber work guaranteed. Undor Eiist Nationa "i>. nk, turner Hrnud
way and Main street.
chest kb howe. t f. m'jiechan
How8 & McMeoban,
Will practice in all the courts In the
niflco In Equity Hnlldine.
■OUITG MEN*- OLD MELT
GET III THETOIlS 01 THE SlSPEHTS OF OISCASE.
Thoy mike herolo to fro*
but act tnowlng how to ■cccedfully
JSHAKEOFFTHE HORRID 8NAKE8
ftrawtia ar<l (Ink Iota an mtIt
What** SltKOUl TfcwtWUKLf i!
T- M- Richardson Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Lumber. Sliiiioies, sasii, Doors, Blinds
CAPITAL STOCK $150,00.
Yards at all points on the A. T. & S. F. and Choctaw Railroads in tho In-
dian Territory. Mills on Southern Pacific, II E. & W. T„ Montgomery
Branch and I. & Q. N. Rail Roads. Prompt Shipments. Yard: Uorner
Harvey and Grand avenue.
D. 0. RICHARDSON, Pec T. M RICHARDSON, t>r •
CUR NEW BOSK
by met b«4a nelu;tv.ly oar
own. the noriil mure ot
iiPARTS of";Boof Bft4e Vuii'to fl lntereVted.
JkMMlMna T«rriio(i*e >n4 Forelga
J*" ' ■> *ri" (bein. For Uook.fulleipltneanaeud prooh.eddrvM
CRIB MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO,N.Y.
Of the Indian Territory.
OKLAHOMA. CITY, OKLA. [TER.
Now opened foi treatment of
nmniBSt •> isiHisE-ffl v-r.BivSum
(Ml o ot A. a f. McOretiy,
ce itin >c. 14, taoediau Block, G aud Avenue
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 132, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 18, 1893, newspaper, November 18, 1893; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150336/m1/2/: accessed January 27, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.