The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 193, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 28, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Oilton Daily Tines-Journal.
i'ublished every day except Monday.
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Burke & Brown
EIIITOKH mid l'KOPRllTOKS.
- Official l'aper of the City.
Daily (per week) 1
i" (per month)
Wehkly (one year)
Maximum temperature, 41; Mill!
mum, 26; Rainfall .00.
Forecast for thirty-six hours
Fair weather colder Sunday morning
f'oaiiKTT Speed knocked out Mitch'
eli Malone In the t!I'M round.
Horace 8r*ri> lias driven one
thief from the territory, at least.
Sam Small's pension theories nmy
bo popular in Georgia, hut they don
go in Oklahoma.
The Pross-Gazette is as silont as
' the grave concerning the resignation
of its pet, the immaculate Malono.
I The administration papers, partic
t uWlj; tho PressQuzetto and Guthrie
t Loader, arc endeavoring to find out
j, w'Mit hit 'cm «nd where thoy are at
g Tin',}' endeavored to ^ the Perry
4 contention and, failing, are now pia)
^ ng the baby aot. A
t unjority ought to rule and tho boyjfl
• will have to take their medicine.
The talk of tht
town Us bern a
great problem with
Dr. Fonncr—not to
bring toil Goldei
Relief to cure ail-
ment# having so
names, but to so
represent It an thut
the people would understand and billete
It really in a specific In on« disease,
Inflammation. Hut that dicuso has so
many forins and names. Thus: lly its external
application it cures any toothache in one min-
Any neuralgia or rheumatic pain In one to
eight minutes. Any headache in 2 106 mlnutea.
Any backache In 8 minutes. Cold n< rr§ on lij>s,
application One drop cures an indolent ul-
Any out, briuae, burn or rheumatism II
ourcs at oncc and without soreness or matter-
Ming. Can work with comfort while tho wound
is raw. By its internal uso, colic, or pain In
stomach, & minutes Dynepsla, relief at oncc.
Radical cure follows Wurrluna, dysentery er
x, cures ttt one" Bon throat, bronchitis and
consumption, when used In time, curs follows
as surely as day follows the night.
People *re beginning to understand and to
talk about It. It searches out and cures Inflam-
mation wherevi it eslatfl. No Inflammation,
no sore throat. No Inflammation, no consump-
tion. No Inflammation, no swelllug, no pain, no
toothache. Not so complicated .".or all. Con-
tains no narcotics or mineral poisons. Safa and
cortain. One tablespoonful dose cures La Grippe.
It nover disappoints. Money refunded if satis-
faction not given. Take home a bottle to-day.
A FEW NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
(Jraml Canon ul Colorado Itivor,
On the Santa Ke Route, In north-
ern Arliona, 1,263 miles from Kansas
City, Is the town of Flagstaff. A tri-
weekly stage line runs from FliiWta"
to the Grand Canon of the Colorado
River. More than a mile In depth,
this Is tho Bubllnieit of (forges—a
Titan of chains. Twenty Vost iultes
mkht be hidden unseen hclow, and
Niagara would look scarcely lrger
XJXtio visit this llrst wonder
of tl\e World. You ciiin read up
about It by asking ti. 'I. Mchc son,
O. P. AT. A.. A.T.fcS. I'. K. B.
Co., Topoka, Kas., to mall you j. free
copy of an Illustrated book descrlb-
two-thirds I Ing the terra Incognita. The book Is
no common affulr; bui Is eotertalngly
gem of the printer's art.
in the above Residence, corner of Fifth and Broadway, can bo rented. Southeast front-water, gas and every
room heated. Large, Airy and Comfortable. Apply for terms on tho premises, C0I Broadway, corner Fifth
A movement has been started to
r. t a hospital at this place, which
1 to be in charge of the Sisters of
Charity of tho Catholic church.
Father Landslaats is the activo pro-
moti r, with all tho enterprising
members of hil church as helpers.
The i lea is to make it an institution
for the wliolo territory, anil wholly
undenominational. If the necessary
int. rest is shown, a hospital about
40 or BO by 80 feot and two siories
high will be erected, whioh wdl be
enlarged as the patron igo demands.
Such hospitals aro agieat blessing to
any community, and a determined
etfort should be made to secure it.
We give our readers the following
from the Durham, N. C., Globe.
Tiii is lakon from an editorial de-
muodiog the payment of rebel war
rlaiin*. Boys, make your own com-
There is no use to mince matters
ui«. These miserable, sneaking
stole, robbed, burned, plun-
dered and ravished, and the record
is not destroyed. Honorable men
whi' hnvejust claims against these
assassins should be paid, and will be
paiu, if Heaven's justice on earth is
done There should bo no mealy-
mouthed business about obligations
being overdone, so let the Yankee
bummers, camp followers, coffee
coolers and lustful libertines under-
stand onee and for all that the pen-
ion thieves will be choked off now,
and that the money long due the
southern gentlemen will bo paid dol
lar for dollar, and they cannot cherk
the sentiment herein expressed.
V torn Veteran.
A small stock of tfenerul merchan
dise consisting of boots, shoe.!, under-
wear, groceries, notions, etc. All new
and centrally located In Oklahoma
City. Stock will 1 ovules t,000.
5t Address "W" box 185 Ok. City
Tho Nickel Plato road on Sunday
Sent. 3rd, Increased their train service
by the addition of a new through cast
bound train by merging tho Chicago
and Cleveland and Cleveland arid
Buffalo accommodation trains, Into a
new til rough express with sleeping
cars Chicago to Buffalo. Direct con-
nection at Buffalo for all points east.
A Fact Worth Kuowlup.
B\ir a dUUnca of 7:i miles, tli
Nlcke! Plate road Is a perfect air line
This Is the longest tangent iu the O
R. When going east take this rapidly
growing popular road. Three supcrl
ly equipped trains for the east, three
Passenger station corner Clark ant'
Notice of Sheriffs Sole.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District, held in and for Ok-
lahoma county, Oklahoma territory.
Band all Fuller, plaintiff^ „ —
JaWB. Adams and
Phoebe J. Adams, defendants.
NOTICK OK SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by vir-
tue of an order oi sals to me dliected,
Issued out'of the above named court,
in the above entitled cause, I"1'1',?"
the 13th day of February, IBM, at the
front door of the District Court build-
ing, In Oklahoma City, said county
•ino territory offer for sale and sell
lo the highest bidder for cash In hand
Ijots No. (St) and ('.'4). in Block No
(13), In that part of OkUibutnii City
known as North Oklahoma Uty, in
Oklalmnm county, Territory of UU
noma, with all the Itnptovements
therein, to satisfy the judgment ren-
dered in the above entitled cause, for
27.00 an I i> 30 cuts and accruing
witness my band this 12th day ot
J. M. Fioutmasteb,
Sheriff of • )klnhoma County.
By W. J. Qarhett, Deputy.
[First publication Jan. 13,1894. 13-dtf]
The undersigned hereby calls public
attention to tlie fact that he Is agent
of the Oklahoma Water Co. for laying
all service froui water main to curb
line. The wohk and matbkial will
be all of tlrst-class quality The
price Is uniform t all as per ap
proved schedule at office of Wnter Co
207 tlrand avenue, and at my shop 2lt
Cat. avenue. - C, A. Crowder.
23-ti* Plumber, 201 Cal. Ave
Ladles diess goods? We probably
have the largest and mnpt complets
stock of ladies dress goods in the ter
rltory and will offer them at greatly
roduced rates for a fow days only
The Lion Store. SO-d&wtf
The injunction takes tho bread
out of working-men's mouths, and
prevents many an able bodied man
from earning a living for his family
This is a year of unusual distress and
i good many laborers in Oklahoma
as well as in other regions are pressed
for means to support themselves.
It comes at a time too, when nearly
every city iu tho United States of
inj consequence is providing extra
work, and making approp. nations to
construct streets and highways that
are not bow needed, for no other
purpose than to provide work for the
Why did not Mr. Galbraith and tho
men l hind thiB injunction matter
permit the holders of tho bonds to
,oorer their illegality? They were
fraid that no flaw urould be found,
and that possibly our public schools
might be decently housed. That
would have boomed free schools, and
free schools and the relief of tho dis-
tressed are the things sought to be
Shame upon the men who seek to
destroy the public schools! Shame
upon the men who will thus rob de-
serving men of a chance to support
themselves and their families at a
time of such widespread distress
May depend upon the way yo.i treat t he warn
ings which nature gives. A few bottles of
£ v S. taken at the proper time may insure fftxxl
(tea lib for a year or two. Therefore act at once, lor it
that nature be as isted at the right time.
ii - r fails to relieve the system of in
pi, >< ties, and is an excellent tonic aUo.
He Wants to Add His Name.
• I'mnlt me to add my name to your many other
/ ! (..utiin comment.ttion of the great curativ.
pr'.uerties contained in Swift's Specific S. s.) it
h artainly one of the boa tonics 1 ever uaed.
W. Manibi AnHer« <n.S.C."
'■ blood and sldn dlf-ises mai ed rei.
BWif t *WUVQ
S. II. ClilTord, New Cassel, Wis.
was troubled with neuralgia and rlicu
matisra, his stomach was disordered!
his liver was affected to an alarming
degree, appetite fell away, and he was
terribly reduced in Ijesh and strength.
Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured
Edward Shepard, Harrisburg, III
had a running sore on his leg of eight
year's standing. Used three bottles
of Electric Hitters and several boxes
of Uucklin's Arnica Salve, and his leg
is wound and well. John Speaker,
Catawba, ()., had five large fever sores
on his leg, doctors said he was incur-
able. One bottle of Electric Hitters
and one box Bucklen's Arnica Sah
cured him entirely. Sold by C. H
Haleys drug store.
School Land Might (or Male.
I will sell at a reasonable price
improvements on the northeast qtiar
t. r rif 1A-12 3. with mu .
ter of 10-12-3,
right to lease,
with my prsferenci
Inquire on premise.-
J. A. Mao ill.
. ONE.PIUU FO!1 A DOSE.
b0*1 Hi ThPMniSb<m*1,cai'h >• niwwarv f
make ii tea, ujp wtia. thu eynteni l ok«
*yfw ■nd uieVr br'K,,,0U lh
ThsvMitatter than oo -
will mail Miuplmi or • fufi bo* for "h nsfui Sold
•vwywbm^ jtoaauto %!«!. is
Scott A Pr, i
HOHSK^ani MI'f F.s Mouphf iind Fo't<
KandlPA nothn.K btit flr t-cla>« ' af
Ami see tboni at Mo •Tini Muiu strc-ot jK-
)fcbou>fi qfy, Ok j, Tor.
IDE.. B. F. LOWEY,
(Student of Columbia College, New York) now located at
OK I^AMOMA CITY
I am prepared to treat all diseases of domestic animal
by the latest methods of Veteriuary Science. Make a
specialty of Dentistry and all forms of Surgery. Have
had 15 years constant practice and guarantee satis.
faction. Will be found for the present at Coinmsrcial
Hotel. Will soon open office and infirmary. Calls
from distant towns as wcli as the city and country will
receive prompt attention.
So tlpe (ieijtlemeij of 0klal?on\a <^ity
/lijd Uieiijity ^
T have lust located and opened up a first-class Merchant Tailoring
Kstablishment in your city, anil I cordially invite your inspection
of niv New Spring and Summer Suitings, Coating, 1 antalooning
and Fancy Vesting, all of the Best Quality and Latest Designs,
Comprising English, French,German, Scotch and Domestic Wool-
ens Mv trimmings are the bef-t iu the market, and ui\ workmen
ure No. 1. All work guaranteed
Give me a call No trouble to
«lu w goods. Soliciting y mr
)*tronage, 1 am,
Yours for Fine Clothing,
No. 101) Grand Ave.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.
Everything new ant
Best Brick Livery Barn in Okl a
koma. Boardiug horses carefully
looked after. Terms reasonable.
No. 311 Grand Avenue, Ok la. City
Telephone No. 35.
We are advised that some merchants sell our cheap coal oil and repre
sent it as Eupion. Housekeepers who desire an oil that will give a hettfi
light than electricity, is safer and will not smoke their lamjis, should try a
can of Eupion which can be had of the following merchants:
T. A. WHETSTONE, K. G. YOUNG,
WEIGHT & LAND, WHITE & WIGHT,
FINLEY & WAKE, WYATT BROS.,
Waters-l'ierce Oil Co. SCOTT & CO.
L. Niarrinan & Bro.
The Oldest Wholesale Liquor House
in the Territory, Wholesale .
Wines, Cigars &
Specialty in Kentucky Whiskies
Carry a full Line of Imported
WINES, BRANDIES. ETC
for families, and all orders will be
promptly tilled. Give us a call, 113
Grand avenue, Oklahoma City, O. T.
No. 112J Gka.nd Avinuk.
Makes a specialty of house clean-
ing, laying carpets, &c.
Experienced attendants for ban.
quels, parties and balls always on
band. Leave orders.
FRED & F. M. BEALL,
OFFICES:—WASHINGTON, D C., and OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.
Special attention given to Oklahoma land liti-
gation before the Interior Department
land to Appeals in Town Lot Contest Cases
Office and Kesidence,
NO. 713 BR ADWAY.
Nr. & Mrs. Davis, 1). D. S.
Practice In all courts. Special at
cntions given to land office practice
Office 2d floor, Land Office Block.
H.C. ST- JOHN,
Lawyer & Land Attorney.
Office, Equity Building, Grand Av
Corner Main and Robinson.
Residence adjoining Office.
• Main Si Laundry
dr. w, l. maupin,
Bachelder block, corner Broadway
and Grand avenue. Residence ad
Joining office, Oklahoma City, O. T.
OR. K. DEAN, 1)R. A. M. DETRlCK
President Board Deo- Graduate Kaosaa City , , _
tul Kxuniitu-rs.O. T, Dental College. j NO. 16 EAST MAIN STREET,
Deal? 0 DetricK, The only white laundry in the city.
All work strictly fiist-clats. Wc
I J I '£-■> guarantee it.
Crown and Bridge work a Specialty ' ^lROP'
Office: First Nati« cal Hank b'Jd'ng,
rooms 10 and 11 " ~ |
J B WILSON,
Papor Hunger, Kulflominer and (ilazler.
HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER.
Good work guaranteed.
Shop No. 6^ Broadway; llcsidence
Ok. City, 0. T.
W. S Williams,
The Broadway Grocer, keeps a full
line of Staple and Fancy
groceries, flour & feed.
Our Country Products are the
in town. Cail aud see us, wc can
save you money. 202 Broadway,
fl. ti. G!l6W & GO
Announce thot their New Good
for Christmas. New Ideas, New
Designs ami Patterns in China,
Glassware, Silverware, I >o 11K,
Toy Tea Sets, Bouquet and
Vacc Lamps, Chamber Sets.
will prove our line to be desir-
able and «atis(actory lo the one
115 Main Street
DR. E. E. PHILLIPS,;
Physician arid Surgeon.
Special Branches. Obstetrics dis-
eases of women and children and rec-
tal diseases. Piles and rupture curtu
and no detention from business. Of-
Uce 200 Main and 15 Robinson streets,
rooms 15 & 18. Residence telephone
No. 33, office telephone No. >8. Office
hours ti to 12 and 1 to 5 p. m.
OUHG MEN/ OLD MEN
Q£T II THE TOILS OF THE SIRPtNTS Of UISIASE.
, ()) th«y rntkfl heroic effort* to fre# thamielrai,
lv but jot knowlnf bow to aacaatstullj
v yshakeoffthe horrid .snakes
OUR NEW BOOK
ant fraa. poal paM.
5. S. JvirkpaUkk, 2). 7). 6
Oklahorr. i City, O, T.
Uraduata of Chicago college of Dental Surgerj-.
Office in State Bank Building.
Telephone No. 88.
)r.-ana of Man. and how bjr
-method* axcluilvely oui
own. tha moral oi
x.o t or FatllDK m nhoort,
Ocneral r.d k«rvoi« Da-
bll t7, Wa knes of Bodjr
and Mind, BSecta of Error*
or Excenei, Btnnted or[
organs* fart8 ofBODTmadapUln to alMnUr«Ud.
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.N.Y.
0KKAH0M1FOUKDRY, MACHINE SHOP
A FULL aud COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW TOOLS and
Machinery, Are Prepared 10 do all kinds of Machine
Work and Repairing Castings in Brass and Iron light and
heavy. Architectural Iron Work Solicited. Cash paid for
Iron and Brass.
W. M. JORDAN, Prop.
For merlyKansas Citf.M), Oklahoma City O, T
Kobt. A. Rogers,
VV. W. Oiieen,
Green & Pugh,
Attorney at Lav/,
Corporation, Civil and Criminal Praitice,
Equity nuildiag, Oklahoma Ci y.
Over Press-Gazulte Office-
TEIjKFHONK NO. 80.
Corner of Firjt anil Robinson Street.
CHAS. H. EAGINT"'
Office Iu Batchelder building, cor.
^rsud b-oduc and Uroadwav,
J B. RAN OEM. & CO.,
Koom 4, Hassett Block, Oklahoma
Wand's Bi$r Star
j Internal and ciloroal r®®ody botntorf.'
H vnur diUK'Kim don't keep it etid f^atid 1
I will prepay i-hargna, it takes the lead. Two
I bottle# will cure the mo«T obatloaU- c>aae—
' njalaci Mroaio,
kinds of contract work givnn prompt attention
at.3 estimate? furnish d upon application. .0
aud eh ^ at No. 10 East Fourth 8treet.
The State Natio nal Bank.
Cor. Main and Robinson Streets, OuUhoma City, Oklahoma.
CAPITAL, 50,000, PAID X3ST.
Henry Will, f. m. Riley. i). d Kuhlman, Robt. a. rogers, d. c. Olddlng«
John d. Rogers, Edw. h. Cooke.
This bank solicits your business, pledging careful and faithful attention to
all matters entrusted to us. Drafts Issued on all principal cities of the United
States and Europe.
T. M. Richardson, President. O. T. Reynolds, Vice President
J. p. IIoylk, Cashier.
FIRST HifflOML BANK.
(siicces&ORS TO OKLAHOMA BANK.)
CAPITAL. - &50,000.00.
Transacts a General lianking Business.
Accounts of merchants and farmers solicited. Weguarax te«
courteous and liberal treatment.
II. J. MILLER.
ABERNBTHY & MILLER.
Barber shop and Bath Rooms
The finest fltteu up Itooms m the city. hot and cold batn3
Neat barber work guaranteed. Under Eirst National Bank, corner broad-
way and Main street.
T- M- Richardson Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LoiiMr, Shies, Sash, Doors- Bilds
CAPITA TOCK $150,OOo
Yards at all points on the a. t. & s. f. and Choctaw Railroads in tho In-
diau Territory. Mills on Southern Pacific, h e. & w. t., Montgomery
Branch and i. & g. n. Rail Roads. Prompt Shipments. y«rdi Corner
Ilarvey and Grand avenue.
d. 0. richardson, Sec t. m. richardson, Pre*
The Keeley Institute
Of the Indian Territory.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.I STER.
Now opened for treatment of
DBUBKIII1«SS, KOBPEISE iSB vlEM-.-HJilTS
Call on or address 0. p. McCreory, ..^retary 4jd gerenl mnnagtr
Room no 14. Canadian block. Grand Avenue
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 193, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 28, 1894, newspaper, January 28, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150397/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.