The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 134, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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mm Dailj Tinss-Jiini:!. te-«ai
Mfetal every dau except Monday.
In view of thia
' statement, Secretary Smith has issued
| au order dissolving the commission.
' The members of the commission aro
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. j |>aVi<i 11. Jerome, of Michigan; Al-
Hn.Y (per week". « IS b it M. Wilson, of Arkansas, and
(per monill) 60 William G. Sayre, of Indiana.
S1" (per year) & 00
VRKKt/V lonn yp«r) 1 00
havo resulted in misery the world over.
■ Offlciul L'aper of Ihe Citj*
, E E.BBOWN.
Burke & Brown-
EMTORS .wit PROPRIETORS.
V«sltriUy' Weatlu r.
Maximum temperature, 44; Mini
nuui, 37; Rainfall .22.
Forecast for thirty-si* hours;, ,, ,, , .
Local rains. f,.l|,. , .1 hy fair weal her. I wh° £
bih, . - ---- — ™ 11 ■ bound by sclf-interebt, ure willing to
Tim report of the Logan cour.ty, accord credit wherever merited nud
/raiid jury discloses gross frauds at due. Civilization Is rurally brlneing
,he Perry land office and at the t*e human race up to this elevation
. . .,.ii ' and In exact proportion Is I)r. Fcnner a
booths, in wbiob government officials r ^ nacknch0 Curo coming w
participated freely as principals. If, be rC(.0)rnil!(.d M the corrcct and stand-
tho ad ministration head is honest,1 ard remc(]y |u nu kiduey, female,
every ollleial mentioned in that report an<i blood disease*—bcine able to
as having participated iu those frauds euro them readily. It Is specific In all
will bo immediately suspended. Uut skin eruptions, erysipelas, scrofula,
.,, .. . i ■ , dyspepsia, headaches, dullness, list-
that will necessitate beginning at .... , h„ij
, , , lessness, constipation, etc. Sold by
Washington with the head of the d. a]crR on KUnrttntjr ,nr miuly years.
land department. There seems to Ire Therefore don't cost much to try It
no question as to Limereaux conncc- Take home a bottle to-dar.
tion with the frauds, as. a willing! Nt w 111 ou.;li Train.
dupe at least. | The Nickel Plate road announces,
There arc many suspicious circum- that commencing Sunday Sept. Ird,
, train No. 4, running between Chicago
stances. Lnmerenux sLutcd three or
and Cleveland, and No. 8 running be-
four weeks liefore the opening that tween cleveland and Buffalo, was
Melone had consented to accept a merged Into a continuous through
position • register of one of the train; leaving Chicago at 7:3.1 a. in.
laud olllces, at hi (Lamoreaux1) earn
est solicitation, that lie left a law
practice of $7,000, and for that
reason would probably remain only
until matters got to running smoothly
in tho new country. Luinereaux and
Molono arc intimate. Melone did
cot suddenly fall from grace. 11c
must have been a roguo before lie
came to Oklahoma, and I.ainereaux
must have known it. It is known
that ]uat at tliU time Lcdru Guthrio
hail two or three conferences witu
Lamereaux. Then there is J. II.
Knight, of Ashland, Wis. He owns —-----.m, ~m-
r> ' In raiting • family of nln« ohlli5r«n. mr oniy ran
u $125,000 hotel and otuer property
...1 i t i i Now mjr fi*ndonUilr«n take Ehr. Ounn1* Onion Byrup
but IS hard pre a Bed for ready cash which it ti roady prepared and more totho
tut#. Bold nvtrywhor* L«rq
now probably. lie use l to be regis- no•ub.titutororu. Tt« %
and reachiuk Buffalo at 11:40 a. m, the
following morning. The equipment
of this train embraces standard smok
Ing and day coaches and sleeping cars
Chicago to liulfalo. Direct connec-
tion at Buffalo for all point* east.
ter of the Ashland land oUlce, and
much complaint was made that some-
bow Knight's friend Vilas got the
Heavy F.ast llound Travel.
On account of growth In cast bound
, business, tho Nickel Plate road lnaUK-
choicest pine lands in the Ashland u uew through express on Sun
district. Knight is a friend of Lam-1 (jayt Sept. 3rd, Palace sleepers C'hl-
crcaux Then there is Gregory, a ca^fo to Buffalo and direct connection
striker for Knight, lie and Knight! * <*alo f"r " P°lnt8 e^1'
, , , , , It Is a pleasure to rote the addition
are inseparable iu deals, such as tho l)f „maher through train to the al-
Cherokee ready competent train service of tlie
Nickel Plate road It will leave
onti uudertaken ie. the
strip. And Paroy Lamereaux figures
In the deal. The whole outtlt com-
municates tn cipher, and have to do
with the r"noval of tho government
acrc and public rdnaro according to
Harry Bacon's suggestion. Bacon
says he was sent to the strip under
government pay to act us guide for
the surveyors, or soma such olllco.
Lamereaux sent him. Melo'.o re-
tained him in the employ of the land
office. The combination to defraud
reaches so near Lamereaux that the
administration can not purge itsolf
prop rly without dismissing the com
Chicago at 7:35 a. m. and reach ButTa
In at 3:40 a. in. the fnllowh.jmorning.
Through sleeper* Chicago to Buffalo.
Direct connection at Buffalo for al
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching piles are known bv moisture
liwe perspiration,causing intense Itch-
lug when warm. Tnls form as well as
blind, bleeding or protudlng, yield at
once to Dr. Bosanko's pile remedy,
which acts directly on parts effected,
absorbs tumors allay9 itching and ef-
fects a permanent cure- 60 cents,
druggists or mall, circulars free, Dr.
Hosanlto, 320 Arch St. Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold hy Scott & Co., druggists,
128 Main street. ly
The Nickel Plate road on Sunday,
Sort. 3rd, Increased their train servhe
_ . . , by the addition of a new through east
Tu« board of county commas on bouml train by merglng the Chicago
ers should take immediate steps to and Cleveland and Cleveland and
imiimvn thp r-f.. .liti,,n nf the nonr I Buffalo accommodation trains, Into a
Impiove tin toLdition of the Dew throUK|, express with sleeping
If the entire building weie cars Chicago to Buffalo. Direct co:-
ectlon at Buffalo for all points east
A Fact Worth Knowing.
For a distance of 79 miles, the
Nickel Plate road Is a perfect air line.
This Is tlie longest tangent In the U.
S. When going east take this rapidly
growing popular roaa. Threesujerb-
ly equipped trains for the east, three,
i'assenger station corner Clark aiid
12th streets, Chicago.
leased and prepared for the use of
the inmates, a very comfortable place
could lie made of it. Tho whole
house ought to be furnished by the
county with furniture and bedding.
The walls should be kalcimined, aud
then kept clean. More room is
needed at once, and ( as the lower
atory is empty, arrangements could
easily bo made for it. Winter is
coming on, and it
the nnmber of inmates will increase.
Notice is hereby given to persons
... „ , having goods hold in pawn at Ep-
P stein's that If not redeemed within
Til eke is no better testimony to
the money value of truck farming
than that recently giveD by a gardner
in Middlctown, Penn. On n plot of
ground 02 feet square, less than a
tenth of an acrc, he raised and sold
vegetables to the amount of $100.89
Yet farmers close to market persist
in growing other crops which require
almost as much care as a truck gar-
Tilt final report of the Cherokee
Commission has beeu received at the
Interior Department The commis-
sioners recite what' ..-i; been accom-
plished and state that it is im[Kjssitile
a' this time to make any agreement
with the Ponclias, the Otoes, Miasou-
fourteen days the goods will be sold.
25-tf S. Ki'stkin.
A fewmore Timks-Jouknal souvc
nlrs left. Five cents per copy ready
Wholesale and Retail
,, AIRS a
Finect grades of cigars in the city.
Also a line line line of ei nfcction
o y fruits, etc The freshest and
!t. Your patronage
J every kindred diaeaso strlllng from impure
blood cured l v tliat nevi>r-failinK
and beat of ail medium*,
Book on Blood and Bkin Diseases mailed freo.
THE SIV/FT SPECIFIO OO.,
bes1 on the market,
Still Continues to Be
flying the iu nth .of November
In Mens' and
Hat3, Caps, Shoes and Hosiery,
l)i\\ troods, Notions
Hard tim emu tin eant have hnsa turned to your
benefit hy prompt, clone buying for cash, en-
abling THE AURORA BARGAIN STORE to
Busily you with every grade ot underwear and out-
er clothing at from 25 to 50 percent less tliau ever
before offered iu thia market. If prices on larm
produce a- u low our prices meet the reductioa, bo
that a bushel of wheat will purchase an much go' ds
as ir fr, if viages are low a days work at present
wage buj s far more than a year ago.
ur Stock is Cmplete.
We offer you the latest and best goods in underwear, from
tho finest and softest fabrics to the heavy and substan-
tial for both men and women.
GiQtlig lor Everybody.
Men Suits and Overcoats,
Hoys Knee I'antB and Suits,
* uilitrens Full SuitB,
Hi.Jsery and Furnishing Goods.
Hoots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Etc. Etc. Ete.
LOOK AT YOU ft HAT!
As4onishy°u as much a8 the8°odHPlea8eTou
Everything. Musiins Calicos, Denims,
very late Style in Dress Goods Etc.
EE OUR NEW
TYLES and PKICES
IN GREAT PROFUSION!!!
'and at PRICES THAT will
ATTORNEY - AT -LA W,
Offlce in W liion Block, west of First Nutlonal
li*nk, soutli side of Mam str<of.
Wand's Big Star-
Id terral atirt exUtrnai remedy bot!i for |2.
It your dnuorifli don't *.eep it send und 1
will prupay charKet*, It ttkeithelwi'. Two
bottler wi!l curo tho nioBt obntinait case-
C. M. DTTNN.
.J. L. REM.fAMIM
■AT LOW PRICES.
We give you good- that meet every requirement'
WARMTH for cold wertber.
STRENGTH to resist the hardest usgae as long
a, goods ought to wear.
FITTING that would put to blush the p'e-
tentiouB tailor with his high prices.
PRICED that cliame the sheep that bore the
wool. REAL FREE TRADE.
Tta Ms Must 1)3 SI in Their
tj^e brought them to the market t > SELL not HOLD
The Bakery can be found on East
Uptown ►'tore, 31 Broadway. ~ Hkrskowitz Manager, Cor. Grand <fc Broadway
Jii"," r "'itttrs wholesale and retail
Bread, Cakes and Pies fresh
-ach day. Goods delivered
to all parts of the city
Wedding fates A Specialty.
3. <S. JUrhfiatUck, %). 1). d
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Graduatoof cltloago college of Dontal Surgery,
Ollice in Slate Bank Building.
Telephone Nu. 08.
Pianos, Organs, Sowing Machine
and Car pots.
E'egant iiie of furni'.ure — all kin Is of hou fur ltuie
DR. JOHN FEE,
CeiisnltiDi Physician and Snrpn.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OIBee—Boom Linn'Store, corner
Main and Robinson streets.
ATToRNt Y8-AT LAW.
Ok'ahoma City, O. T.
Will practice in all the courts.
Coffin ?, Caskets, Robes, aud Fudertakers Supplies.
bodies prepared for shipment. 13 years eij encnoe In
Oklahoma City Furniture Co
BASSE IT BLO K, o. 81 Main St.. aud 106 Broadway,
W. C. W KILLS.
. C. IVY.
Collecting Agency in Connection.
Room 7 Kqnity Building. *
J. H EVEREST,
Practice in all courts. Special at
tentlons tlven to land ofl'.ce practice
OHlce 2d floor, Land Office Block.
I)r. & Mrs. Davis, D. D. S
Real Estate Brokers
and Investment Bankers.
Communications S olicited. No. 15 Robinson St.
W. J. Justice
1tok.3d & jus ice,
Contractors --- and Builders
t-iT"Store anil Ollice Fix! urea made to or ler. Plans and specifica-
tions drawn. Estimates made. Upholstering, Furniture repairing and
Hardwood Finishing done. Our specialty—Firstcla9s work at reasonable
prices. AVe defy competition. S-e us for anything iu our line.
Office and Shop: No. 116 California hvenue, Oklahoma City.
Cornet Main and Robinson.
Residence adjoining Office.
J A. COURTNEY,
ARCHlTK'Tr AND OlVlt. KKOINf ll
Pinna, Bet mutes nn<l Specificallona furnished
upon short notice.
Surveys of all kinds wourately and promptly
Han it urv Sotvcrs, Street Grades nnd cthor
mnnUypH.1 improvementsSpeein tios
10H Grand Av< imo. • O' kIioiu cit
O. T. Rbynolds, President. T. M. Btchardson, Vice
i. P. Boyt.b, Cashier.
(SUCCESSORS TO OKLAHOMA BAJK.)
CAPITAL, - SB50,000.00.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Accounts of merchant and farmers solicited. Woguarantee
oourteons and liberal treatment.
A. B. HAMMER,
Office Opera House Block, R io a 1
Oklahoma City, O. f.
dr. w. l. MAiJPI?!,
Bachelder block, corner Broadway
and Grand avenue. Residence ad-
joining oBice, Oklahoma City, O. T.
H. C. St-JOHN,
Lawyer & Land Attorney.
Office, Equity Building, Grand Av
Daniel F. Ktiliw, President.
Edward V/. Powdeh. Vice President.
F. L. DoB'im, Cashier.
L, A giliiitiit, Ass't Cashier
Drs. Dean & Detrick,
Flrst National Bank building, rooms
and 110. Residence, 217 Fifth Street
A. H. SIMONTON. M. D„
Physician & Surgeon,
Officc and Ri-sldence, 113 Fifth St.
General practitioner, Diseases of
Nose, Throat and Lungs, and diseases
of Women. Also microscopical exam-
inations. Ready for business Sep-
OKLAHOMA MTiGilA EAtiK,
CAPITAL r 150,000.
K AHOMA CITY, CKLA. TER.
Transacts a Genera] Banking Business
D. F. Stiles, E W. Dowdcn, Iknry G. Thomas, Freeraan' L Given,
John Brog&n, F. L. Dobbin and W. M. MoClure.
Everything new ani
strictly ftrs; -class.
Best Brick Livery Barn in Okla-
homa. Boarding horses carefully
looked after. Terms reasonable. "X
No. 311 Grand Avonue, Ok la. City
Telephone No. .V>.
i B WILSON,
Paper Hunger, Ivalsomlncr and Glaxlor.
IIOCSE and SIGN PAINTER.
Good work guaranteed.
Shop No. 6^ Broadway; Residence
T. F. M MECI1AN
Hov/e & McMeohan,
ATTORNEY8-AT L V W.
Will practice In all the courts In the
OWco in Emilt.y Pnlldin?.
C. ABERNETIIY. H. J. MILLER.
ABBRNJSTHY & MILLER.
Barber slop and Bath Booms-
The finest fltteu up Rooms in the eity. HOT AND COLI) B > I
Neat barber work guaranteed. Under Eirst Nationa u nk, corner Brnud
way and Main street.
T- M- Richardson Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LuniDer. sninoies, Sasn, Doors, Blinds
CAPITAL STOCK $150.00.
Yards at all points on the A. T. & S. F. and Choctaw Railroads in the In-
dian Territory. Mills on Southern Paciflc, H E. & \V. T., Montgomery
Branch and I. & G. N. Rail Roads. Prompt Shipment!.. Yard: Corner
Harvey anil Grand avenue.
- D. 0. RICHARDSON, .-ec T. M RICHARDSON, P 09
CfNG MEH>OL MELT
, c;r 13 TtuTaus m th. scRrsars ir msiwi.
7h y m4ko h«roic efforti to ftre t!iena«lT« .
fhut cot knowing ho* to ■«cci«s(al!7
fVJSHAKEOFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
ibtf (We up la Jr«r lr anil lnk lQtoaa«irly
X grave. WbH u t' iUOK ! Th.rr b 11 klV 11
OUR NEW BClCg
••at frt*. po « naM,
Organa of Mud, and how bjr
ft j lacthodi axcluatraSr our
th« «or t rawiol
) btlltr, Weaknct* of Body
( and Mind, KSccta# Erroi 1
or Exccims, Btnntad or
ShrvBkae Orgaag enn br Cored. E af«t ln a day
ORQANM A PABTiof BODY mada plain to all tataraata4.
Man u«tlfr from SO 8iat«, Tarrliorlra ml Fareign Cwiatrlc.
I Yon <* n wrl'e than. For Hack, rillnylaoailon and pro h, dlrf
| ERIK MEDICAL CO. BOFFALO.N.Y.
The Keeley Institute
Of the Indian Territory.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. fTER.
Now opened foi treatment of
DRUNHm, v mmi -AND P -.-riBlTS
Call m or address 0. F. McCreiry, ^c/Jtiry .id toneral mana^ir
in) J 1 14, Canad at; Bicck, Qran.l Avenue
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 134, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1893, newspaper, November 21, 1893; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150338/m1/2/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.