The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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(il Hiehc,t «f all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Repotf.
Telephone No. *1
. Scott IS in the cit* fr0IU cllf"
G'apt. Stiles went to Cross and Terry
ton. O. T.
"wine McGUl was down from Outh-
^-.ofMeore, was in th.
CljVdge V 8. Williams was up frou
Editor Hlxler of the
ocrat wub in the city yesterday.
Hon C. g.Jones went to Purcel
and Lexington yesterday.
Bob Iilack. territorial agent of th,
Anheuser-Busch Co., Is In the city.
The electric light plant paid u
1600 yesterday to farmers for wood.
Gen. Galbraith returned yosterda
to "our beloved sister on the north
O. A. Shuttee, cashier of tlio Citi
Mns Bank ofElUeno, was in the eli
The electric light receiver caie w
put over until today 'i on appilcatioi
of the applicants.
Judge W. w. Witten Is now rcgu
Jly employed on the editorial fore
of the Okiahoman,
A. T. Ross, W. M. Bottoms an<
Geo. Bellamy wero in the city fron
NIC* office and sleeping rooms eve
lloeton Wilson's drug store to rent
Call at First National Bank
Tho choir club held a very enjoyable
session at the residence of Mrs. J. J
llurke on east Fourth street las
--■lie social which was to be given b>
the ladies of the M. E. church Frlda)
night will he postponed until Tuesdaj
night. Feb. 13
Prof. Geo. W. Wlnans, principal ol
the Edmond Normal L'ellege, wll
talk to the high school this afternoc
on "What Hinders the Boy."
In the probate court yesterday
marriage license was issued to Cba
B. Brown and Miss Caroline Deliazer
The wedding occurs on Sunday.
Rev. J. II Parker, territorial .iu
perlntendent came down from Outb
rie yesterday. He has recently re
turned from a visit in eastern cities
There was nothing done in district
court yesterday except to cal1 tb>
docket and set the cases for trial
There are something like 1000 case
Probate .ludge Steward yestcrda
granted lCUiabctli Molyneaux adi
vorce from Robert P- Molyneaux
Robert lives in Ohio. Abandonment
was the ground of action.
Judge Scott heard some additional
argument iu the school bond injunc
tlon case yesterday and took the mat
ter under advisement. It is th" glit
he will render Ills decision today.
L. II. Corse, T. P. Neal and G. E
Hopper, three capitalists from tin
states, were being shown th* beautict-
of o«r cits yesterday by D. II. Scott
They were highly pleased with ti*,
Judge Scott stated yest«rday that
Judge Belrer would be here the latter
part of the month and take his place
as trial Judge io some case in which
Scott was interested as attorney priui
to his pronation.
In the divorce cas* of Altert B
L>. M. Butler, the prominent hard-
ware and Implement dealer of Choc
taw City, was in tho city yesterday.
Our special sale of Eudy & Wubst< r
Itechester, N. Y., ladies line dress
<ld shoes in full blast. We are clos
ng out the whole line. They arc
rom 1 to J2 a pair cheaper than any
■hlng In the tino shoe line In Oklaho
na City. Pettyjohn & Co. 7-3dwl
Mrs. Harlan, the "button woman
nown all over the west, is In th*cit)
he is making atrip around the world
It is said Mrs. Harlan has a mania
or stopping a man ou tha street,Jerk
rig down hlstrousers, and sewing a
utton thereon.—Guthrie Leader.
j. W. Moyle has been appointed
Kintniaster at Tecumseh, vice Col
'.worn White, resigned. Moyle was
lie candidate of the anti-Herald fac-
Ion, that paper throwing all its in
luence to Capt. S. J.Scott. In the
iKht some very severe wounds were
;lven to the captain and hlB faction
,l,lch it will take some little time to
To the energy, perseverance and ex
ecutlve ability of Mr. John Wand Is
■o be ascribed much of the success or
the Masonic ball and banquet
svib foremoBt In the good work: her*
here and everywhere—working night
ind day to make it a success, and can
oolc upon his work with extreme sat-
isfaction. Tne ladies of the O E. S.
ire also worthy of high praise for
heir untiring and indefatigable work
n the gaod cause.
The Congregational ladios will have
i Hard Times social at ti>e residence
,f Capt. Hammer, 320 Noble avenue,
m Frjday evenipg. Feb. il, to which
.vcrybody is Invited, and the Invlta-
ionsread, "Hard times aoparel will
,e worn, hard times refreshments
served, and whosoever appearctli
Iressed as a dude will be flned i'. cents
iv the inspecting committee." A
•onsolatlon boquet will he given for
lie best representation of hard timc^,
H'un and music the order of Hie ever.-
ng. Per order committee of Cungrc-
The ball given in collection with
the Masonic banquet was the largest
ind most enjoyable ever given In the
errltoty. It began about 10:30and
«as In progress until the 'wee iraa'
hours of the morning. One hundred
md sixty couples took part in the
<raod march, which was led by Miss
Mary Beale ai.d Mr. Ed. Overhoiser.
I'he visitors were especially pleased
nd gratiUed w th the entertainnieni
,-iven thtm and returned to their
Homes thoroughly convinced that Ok-
lahoma City is the queen
city In the territory. j
fowling Wolf, the Cheyenrie In-
dian charged wltlt raping a white
woman, recently escaped from the
ElHeno Jail and betook himself to
his old haunts in the Cheyenne &
Arapahoe country. Sheriff Jackson
went after him with a posse, but
when he was found he was surrounded
by a band of 200 warriors who refused
to give Mm up and laughed in the
fac* of the otlloer. He had to return
without Mr. Howling Wolf or tight
tho entire band, and so ho retired. A
large posse will be sent, but It Is
probable the military will
called on before the Indian is recap-
A Slabbing Affray.
Early yesterday morning the police
arrested two negroes whom they sus
peeled of being escaped prisoners
roui the Norman Jail. They were
taken to police headquarter* where
hey gave ii'imdfouB aliases and oth-
rwlse continued the suspicions at
tlrst aroused. At the police court
lli« men were searched in the pres-
ence of OUlcer Boles. OwenB and
Ed Dunn made the arrest and each
searched a prisouer. Dunn found a
long vicious looking table knife ou
his prisoner, but Owens fouud noth-
ing but some letters. The prisoners
were then taken to the tall to be held
uulll word could be sent t« Norman.
About 8 o'clock Viung Sanders was
sweeping out the Jail, ai.d asked the
negro Owens searched to step out of
the w ly. lie became ugly and talked
back, tlnally telling Sanders he would
do him up. Roach stepped up and
told tho negro if he wanted to light
tu tak>.' scnieone of Ills own size. A
that the negro threw down his head
aud started for Roach. They grap-
pled aud as they did so the negro cut
Roach across the abdomen, cutting
through into the bowels. The In-
testines were uot cut, but the wound
is a bad ono and isl'kely U prove
For Test Treatment.
I'he Judges auil Their Districts.
The supreme court at Its session in
Guthrie last week re-apportioned the
territory and assigned 'he Judges as
First district, Dale presiding—
Term of court In Logan, first Tuesday
in March: Payne, third Tuesday In
May: Q county, first. Monday in June;
Lincoln, first Tuesday in February.
Second district, Burford, Justice—
O county, second Tuesday in March:
Blaine, second Tuesday in April
Washita, fourth Wednesday in April;
Canadian, first Monday in May.
Third district, Scott, Justice—Okla-
homa county, first Tuesday In Feb-
ruary: Cleveland, second Monday iu
April: Pottawatomie, third Tuesday
Fourth district, Bierer, justice—K
county, third Monday In March: L
county, second Tuesday in April: M
county, fourth Tuesday in April; P
county, third Tuesday In May.
Fifth district-Beaver ceunty, flr*t
Tuesday in March: N county, third
Wednesday in March; D county, third
Tuesday In April: G county, fourth
Monday in Aprl!: Roger Mills a unty,
fifth Monday in April; Hay county,
first Monday in May.
Another Exhibition of Mr. Fiirloiig'i
Pw er— He Restores One of tb>
I, Wm. High, of my own free wii
and accord do make the followiiu
tatement under oath. 1 am 34 year
of age, I reside at No. 322Sevcntl
street, Oklahoma City, O. T. I w t
severely afflicted for about eighteei
years with catarrh. Several doctor:
tried to cure me but they did not sue
wed. 1 tried most every remedy 1
Heard of, but could get scarcely an
relief. 1 heard of John R. Furlong ar
i wonderful healer and I tried bin
for my catarrh. I can truthfully sa)
that he has done for me, more thai
iny other person that ever tried t'
cure me, and while I can't positive!,
.wear that I am radically cured, I (1
.ay that I am wonderfully benefitted
ind still improving. So bad was,
that for the last seven years I ha'
entirely lost the sense of smell and h
has completely restored it. It Is no1
ibout four weeks since he gave me
-.lie first treatment, aud he has givei
ine five treatments In all. He ha
lone even more for me than he pron'
Ised to do. He gave me no dru 'so
medicine of any kind, To all o
which I solemnly swear.
Subscribed and sworn to before m<
this 31st day of January, A. 1>. 1K94
My commission expires Dec. 28th
The next attraction at the oper,
house will be the '.arming littl
comedienne May Smith Robbins Jan
her New York company in the musl
cal farce "Little Trixle" at the oper:
house next Friday. The followlni
notice is clipped from an exchange:
"A fair slied house greeted Mist
May Smith Robbins in her entertain
ing farce Jcomedy, Little Tiixle, a
the Capital theatre last night. Th
little commedlenne is as bright a sta
as ever shone in fare* comedy In thi
city. Her dancing, singing and funn\ |
sayings were all clever, and she neve
once failod to receive applause fron
the entire audienca. Theothurmem
bers of the compiny are speciall;
people, far above the average, Jus'
tne kind to drive away the blues and
make mau happy. The company de
served a larger audience.—Arkansat
Daily Press, Little Rock, Wednesday,
January 3, 1894."
, . .. v, ln . Patrick O'Connor, formerly a cook
("Disfeetine Nasal Douche, ani ap- (;raud Aveuue botel, had ai
paratue for for treating diseases of experjtnce wiU, a burglar a fcw nlgllt
ago that came near euding fatally foi
o pRftA House
Friday, Feb'y 9th
he Musical Comedy Event of the
T1IE I'EEttl.ISS irish OOMEhlKNNE,
Supported by n Superb Company
,f Comedians and SoubreUes, in!luti-
ng the Trixie Imperial Quartett an
iandoiin and lianjo Trio in the to
itimate Musical Comedy in four
Proving to you the marvelous curing
■I* f ■
The great remedy and perma-
nent cure for
THE ROMP HEIRESS,
Inder the management of
Fi*ed llol >bi ns-
Bright music, I'retty Girls, and
he lieBt dancers 011 earth. Wait for
his great attraction.
.'HICKS - - - - 50 and 75c.
Seats now on sale at Oerson s.
I of the Sig Warner stock pur-
r,based at the Sheriffs Bile in
the First National Hank
building will be offered to
the people at any reasonable
offer, Ab we have got onr
mon^y out of tin stock we
are willing to divide theprof-
its with the good people of
this city and vicin'ty.
Any body in need of cloth-
ing, gents furnishing goods,
boot-t aud shoes, hats and
caps, trunks find valieses,
ought to take this great op-
poi tunity to secure the great-
est bargains ever offered, as
the whole aud entire Btook
must and will ba olosfd out
the 1st of March.
Special inducements to
country merchants. We will
sell either in small lots or the
whole stock in a lump. At
a great bargain for cash.
Kemtmiier Our Unf rt uate Brothers.
This is to notify the people of Grand
and California avenues that the solic-
iting commit tea of the ^Board of Re-
lief Dr. Mcllvaiu, A. C. Sc tt and
Dr. B'eigenbaum will call upon you
today for your contributions to the
sick, poor and distressed of our city.
1 earnestly hope that every person
the committee will call on will give
as liberally as they possibly can, as
the need for food aud fuel is very ur-
gent, at the present time. I am sure
if the ipeople knew hew much good
their contributions are doing and
how much need there Is for them in
this eli v. they would not hesitate to
cj_..ioute liberally. X will once more
•tale that everything placed ln our
hands is distributed wl"i the utmost
caution, where it is most needed and
will do the mostgood. We are now
about out-of everything with still
want and suffering staring us ln the
face. We were in hopes the proposed
school buildings would help us out,
but that ne™ looks dark.
John E. Furlong,
Pres. Board of Relief.
the nasal cavity.)
HAY FEVKR, NEURALGIA,
Diphtheria, Pulmonary Consumption
Female Weakness, Lost Manhood,
General Debility of man. Piles (all
kinds), Dissases of Woman, Dyspep-
sia, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera
Fits and all diseases of the Head,
Throat, Lungs, Mouth, Teeth, Kid-
neys and Urinary.
DISFKCTINE is also a sure eradi
eating and healing curative for
I isak lias purchased the
dye works formerly owned by B. G.
Dltmer, on the corner of ltobinson
Southworth vb. Ballle K. Southworth 1 amj j^cn„ avenue. Mr. ltousek lias
in the probate court, the application Qfteen years experience, serving
o! tl « defendant for alimony pending I apprenticeship In ltussla. Ile|
the trial ut the case was denied I elaann and dyes mens, womens and
Judge Steward yeaUrday. Ichlldrcns wearing apparel of all kind.
Harry DeFord leaves t'aU morning\silk ribbons, allk dtetwe*, velvets,'.lace
for St. Louis. He Is g«ln« on the I curtains, retouches ostrich feathers
road for the James W. Scudder & Co. | and will wash your flno woolen
grocery house. Mr. DeFord will go
from St. Louis to Tennessee to spend
a few weeks with friends before goin^
Last Sur^-jan election of church
trustees took place at St. Joseph c
Catholic church. The following gen-
tleman w«rt chosen by the congrega
tlon and duly appointed by the Rt.
Rev. Bishop Meerschaert: L
Marrlnan, John H. Wedemeyer,Henry
11. Meyer, Dan'l Delaney, John M.
Haley, Louis Walch.
Erl B. MulUns has filed his petition
in the probate court praying for a di-
vorce from Martha Mulllns. They
were married in Kay county, Mo., in
1861, and on Feb. 1,189U, Martha left
her liege lord at Jay. O. T., and re-
fuses to return. As an additional
cause for action Eri claims that shf
tried to have him put in an insane
asylum, which was extremely cruel.
blankets without shrinking them.
Mr Rousek guarantees his work to
give satisfaction. Call on Lin at the
corner of Ueno avenue and Robinson
Average for term ending February
need to bel2,
I George Massey
ti Igar Loughmlller
Alice Carry Grant
Kev. J . M. Green*, formerly pastor
of lb j M. E. church In Norman, and
at the recent eoutorcncc appointed 1 Hetty Wand
presiding elder of this district, died Sherwood
Scrofula, Pimples, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum. Old Sores,Tetter, Itch,Fever
Blister. Sore Lips or Nostrils, In-
ilamed or Caked Breasts, Sore Nip.
pies, Scurfy Eruptions, Itching Erup
tions Torn, Cut and l.arcerated
Wounds and Bruises, Felons, Ring
Worms, Scurfy or Scald Head,Chap-
ped Hands, Burns, Scalds, Ulcera-
tions and Contractions From Burns,
97 and all diseases of the eves and
981 llemember "Disfectinc" is not a
9,1' [latent medicine. It is a chemical
w' disinfectant. It eradicates ull dis-
9S uase, hence ths attlicled parts must
95 .become healthy.
95 DISFEC I'INE can lie used with
95 safety by any person internall or ex-
961 ternally. If yon are afflicted delay
94 is dangerom. Try Disfectine at once.
M n will give you immediate relief,per
91 mancnt ^ure! Positively guaranteed
him. He was sleeping in his dugou
on his claim, 18 miles northeast o
the city when he was awakened by a
demand of "Vo ir money or jo Ir life.1
Not getting up quick enough to sui
the burglar, he shot putting a bal
thiough O'Connor's shoulder. H
then made him get up. open bis trunk
and give up his money—some 818
The burglar then left, warning hi:
victim not to follow him or he woulu
kill him. O'Connor made his way to
a neighbors and told bis story, and a
posse was soon in pursuit of the bur
glar. They arrested one Geo. Drewry,
who was working for Jack Bennett.
He was identilied by O'Connor and
was having his trial befere Justice
Legg, of Spri igcr townsnip when oui
Informant, W. G. Seymour, left there
yesterday. O'Connor was not ser-
iously wounded, and is recovering.
The evidence against Drewry is said
ti^e very strong.
' Tho bill granting settlers ln the
Iowa reservation in Oklahoma, who
took claims on the Deep Fork, the
right to complete their entry of 100
acres when the Klckapoo country was
thrown open to settlers, passed the
house on Tuesday with the minoi
amendments made in the senate.
The setticis benefitted by this act
are those who have only been able to
secure a fractional part of 100 acres,
and who will simply be permitted to
All out their quarter section. All
the bill now ueeds to become a law is
the president's signature.
at ills home In Guthrie yesterday of
pneumonia. lie was here a couple of
weeks ago and held quarterly meet-
ing, and made a most excellent Im-
pression upou our people. The news
of his death will be heard with regret
by all. for he was an able minister
and a thorough Christian gentleman
Ho came here two years -
Lula W ashburn
from the Gertrude Black welder
Indian conference, and was reeog-
ulrnlas one of the ablest ministers
of the denomination in the territory.
His faneral will be held at Guthrie
today at 2 o'clock p. m.
Awarded Hiehest Honors World's Fair
The only Pure Creu'd of Tarta Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used iu Millions of Hom&i—40 Yetrs the Standard
Fi I d White
Lena Courtney 8;
llulh Dltmer &
Mits. Sblwyn Douglas,
Will II Olark got back last night
from his trip t0 Chicago. He and
Mr. Jackson purchased 80,000 pounds
of machinery for the plow works while
in Chicago. Will ran over to Lan.
caster from Chicago to see tuc old
folks. ilurepirU ills father's health
Improving rapidly, aud that the Judge
lst'ratltt d orer the unanimity with
which his decisions on bench have
bee'i uffi'iued by tlio blgn«r cturu
To Tiik Public.
For the purpose of enhancing the
merits and giving the public an op-
portunity of te'ting tho marvelous
jjj | curing powere of "Disfectine, '' we
(l., I hereby extend a cordial invitation to
j ^ any and all persons atliictcd witli any
.disease mentioned in this advertise-
, j ment to call (at once) at our olilce
WJ | aud reception parlors and they will
gjj' receive a Three Days Treat men! with
^A 'Dis/edine" Free of Charge. Dig.
8S fectine Chemical Co., Proprietors.
| Positively all treatments confident-
Hr"Kor treatments call (immedi-
ately) at 01 r olilce and reception par.
iors, No. 14 Koliinson street, (up
stairs over J. (1. Street's Furniture
Store) Room 1, entrance to olilce and
parlers, Oklahoma City, 0. T.
Offlco Iloure—10 to 12 a. m , 2 to
4 p. m. — Evenings 8 to 10 p. n! "
Note—If not convenient for you
to call nt our ofilco and recoptiou
parlors for fre treatments send lis
your name and nddrcmr and we will
call at your residence and t;'ve you
treatment* free of any r'uH-o.
Special on Corsets.
before taking recount of stock
March the lit.
93 Corsets all go at $1.45.
$1.50 corsets all go at $1.15.
$1.25 corsets all go at $1.
$1 corsets all go at .85.
.85 corsets all go at .65,
.65 corsets all go at .45.
Warner, Thompson & Bells corsets.
All standard goods. Cut pries only
till March 1st. 8-2dlw
Petttjoiin & Co.
Doc Haidlmeyer, u well known
character of El Ueno, left that town
suddenly and mysteriously. He was
mixed up ln a scheme to "salt" a gold
mine down ln the Wichita country
and sell It to a party of capltn'lsts
from the cast. The capitalists show-
ed up and were piloted to the mine
from which they ' took some ore that
assayed very rich. Hut one of the
party was suspicious end after a thor-
ough Investigation discovered the
olieat—and Doe, the manager af the
scheme, skipped to avoid trouble.
1 have a purebred lloistcin bull,
will stand this season for J at in>
barn un Sixth sreet. E.J. Rockefel-
ler. 8 31'
Wantkb—A limited number of
first mortgages on good real estate.
Money to .oan on chattels. Hoe Dr.
Peyton, over the pesloDlce.
Foil Hunt —A live room cottage on
the west side of Broadway between
Fifth and Sixth streets, F.nqulre of
Dr. Munger, No. ill, Sixth St. 8-61
Loht: A new Stetson hat at the
Masonic banquet. Has trade uiark
of O. A MHscher & Co. stamped up
on It and the Initials R. W. In on the
sweat band. Leave at MltscuerU H
The Chandler «r Commerce.
The Chamber of Commerce trans-
ited a lot of business last night.
The president appointed the follow-
ng committees which were approved.
J V Boyle chairman, It W Wells
tecretary, T M Upsliaw, F M Hlley, 0
C G Jones chairman, K E Brown
secretary, J G Street, W H Jeinlson,
A F Jackson.
Kwain Pearson chairman, Frank J
McGlinchey secretary, John A Scott,
Lon Hanes Jr, Jeff Ford.
building and imfbovkmbnts,
II Oyerhoiser chairman, John Wed-
noyer secretary, Toller, Boston Vi ll-
ain, } A Loughmlller,
OAMItschcr chairman, Dr Delos
Walker secretary, T A Cook L \
Housel, E S Malone, John Holzapfel.
ADVERTISING AND PRINTING.
D W Gibbs chairman. R A Rogers
-ecretary, J G Fakes, F L Dobbin, A
Dr D G (iunn chairman, Sam Small
secretary, J M Owen, Dr Mcllvsln, D
AOKICULTUKE AND HORTICULTURE.
G W Everts chairman, E 1' Bernard-
in secretary, C A McNabb, Seymour
Price, F V Brandom.
C B Haley chairman, C F Barrett
secretary, L Johnson, L Marrlnan, A
Henry Will chairman, T W William-
son secretary, Charley ITrost, J W
Craft, N Button.
Edw II Cooke chairman, G W Spen-
cer secretary, D W Scott, W F Cante-
lou, J H Wheeler.
B F Burwell chairman, Selwyn
Douglas secretary, R O IlayB, L.'has
Eagln, R R Connella,
The creamery matter was discussed
and a want local was ordered placed
in a dairy paper asking for correspon-
dence with expert creamery men who
are looking for a location.
A resolution was Introduced and
unanimously endorsed, calling upon
congress to pass the military reserva-
tion bill without the clause granting
Ben Miller ten acres, or any other
amount. A committee consisting of
Dr Street, B F Burwell, G W F.varts,
E E Brown and C F Barrett was ap-
pointed to enlarge upon the resolution
and put It In proper shape to be ssnt
to every member of congress
A motion was made to appoint a
committee t« assist the assessor to
discover all taxable property and
place it on the tux rolls. A great
deal of discussion arose as to the best
method of appointing the committee.
All present seemed to he In favor of
the committee, but differed as to the
best method of appointing It. TIk
motion finally prevailed, and the
president announced that he would
call the board of directors to meet al
the State National bank at 4 o'clock
today to assist in making the appoint-
Strength and iiealtli.
If you are not feeliiiK strong and
healthv, try Electric. Hitlers. If in
grippe" ins left you weak nad weary,
use Electrld Bitters. This remedy
nets directly on liver, stomach and
Idneys, gently aiding those organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted will, sick headache, you
will find speedy and permanent relief
There will bo a territorial conven-
tion held in Oklahoma City, O. T., n
February 21 and 22, for the purpose of
organizing a Territorial Fhemen'l
association. Each aDd every lire
company In the territory is request-
ed to send one or more delegates to
the same. Arrangements have been
made for the entertainment of such
delegates and everything possible
ill be done to make tneir stay pleas-
ant and enjoyable'
ln connection with their conven-
tion a fireman's ball will be given on
the night of the 22nd, to which all
firemen are especially and cordially
John Maiiiunan, Chief.
G. W. Tackett, President.
A special meeting of the ^ olunteer
Fire Department will be held at
headquarters on Thursday night,Feb.
8th. Important business.
High School Calendar.
Feb 9.—"What Hinders the Boy,"
Pres. Geo. W. Winans.
Feb. 16.—Refraction of Light as
Related to the Eye," W. R. Thompson
Feb. 23.—"China," Dr. nail, Chap-
lain at Ft. Reno.
Good Deeded Farm Tor Sale.
One hundred and sixty acres deeded.
Price $850, good bouse, well of water,
other improvement14, 00 acres farm
land. Inquire at tills ofllce. lfi-dwtf
Three good mares, two in foal,
weight 1200 pounds, bred to a lVr-
cheron and Noiman horse. Horses
will be fed at $8 per month, good dirt
talis and a yard 10 exercise ill at
Smith & Miller's old stand. Call at
second hand store 207 Grand avenue
or at corner Reno and Harvey.
C. IIast, Prop.
A. ii. Iiurliimr Kt Rttftt.
Mexico, Mo , Feb. (V — A. II. Thidttitv
died here this morning- of a complicate
tlon of diHeaKes. lie held many impor-
tant offices during his life, inol dinjjr
the attorneyship of the state bank of
Missouri in 18.Y3, state eoininisHionor of
public works in 1853, delegatoshlp to
the peace congress of 1801 and repre-
sentative froni the Seventh Missouri
district in the Forty-third, Forty-fourth
and Forty-fifth congresses, voluntarily
retiring in 1884.
Won by th« Frenrhnipn.
paris, Feb. 6.—The fifty kilometer
tandem circle race took place in the
Velodrome between the Frenchmen,
Fanuan brorhers, and Wheeler and
Warwick. The Frenchmen won by
two laps. Wheeler and Warwick, how-
over, had no pacemakers and were de-
layed twice by accidents.
Plight of Fat Peter.
Atchison, Kan., Feb. 6.—Peter Wiltz,
a farmer, became intoxicated Saturday
night aud elimbed out of a second story
window of a joint Iteforo he fell the
window came down and held him sus-
pended by one foot lie weighs 800
pounds and had to bo lowered to the
ground by means of a'rope.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 6.—Harry Tnd-
dican, aged 8 years, was drowned in
the Missouri river here while skating.
His brother was with liiin at the time
and came near losing liis life in hia
efforts to rescue him.
by taking Klectrlc Hitters. Ouo trial
will convince you that thin is tin
randy von need. Large bottles only
50c, at Haley's drug fltoro.
M. E. Rlterm n, formerly of this
city but rectntly in business at Chick-
asha, has failed. Liabilities, M.000;
estimated assets, $13,000.
Greene, who died in Guthrie
yesterday, was 08 years of age and
had been in the ministry forty four
years, and it Is said dun-*,; aU that
time he misled but three Appoint-
HnptiNtn and Whisky.
Ghipaoo, Feb. 0.—At a meeting of
the Baptist ministers ol Chleaffo eeso-
lul: i.skln(f conjre" increase the
tax on /.hisky was defeated. -Many ol
tiie members objected to the measure
K-ail«.itifr the sale of intoxicants, and
Helen M -InrKei-. tre.isurer the
Uonal W. ft T. H.. appeared to MjOM
the resolution. After considerable dis-
cussion it was withdrawn.
Midwinter F lr K«teudod <>i> Month.
Has Fbancmco, Feb. d.—1The mid-
winter (air will be extended a month
beyond the Brst time proposed,
'i'he managers have decided tl|at at
there was a delay of a month in open-
ing it should be made up nt the othei
end. The fair will not clososuntll .luly
81 and probably not until August.
Muxwoll I.and Company I wvored.
WaoIU.noton, Feb rt.—In the supreme
court the decision of the 8upr« ~" courl
of New Mexico in the ense V.- iX"
%VeU Land Grant Co ag.iinst .Iona P.
Jlrown for tho possession of H0,f)00 icre«
of labd was reversed, Judge Mrown
giving an opinion In or of the land^
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1894, newspaper, February 8, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150406/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.