The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 203, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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.fall in Leaning Power-
-Latest U. s. Gov't Reportr
Merr.e Wdi^^a™"doWn from
Furnished rooms '
i for rent at No. •101
California, corner Hudson. Enquire
en premises or at Grand avenue barn.
My wife took Wand's Oouifh Syrup,
and thinks It the greatest and Brand-
Perry yesterday. the city I est euro she ever n§ed^8j J- Oonnor,
Oapt. Wuf'e Is "train In the city
looking after property Interest*. ^ flf E„djr & Webster
Gov. Renfrow was in the clty JH jester. N. V., ladies line dress
terday on hU way tom Norman , 1d sll0,.s in full blast.
Stiles and Geary yesterday sold to
Wm. McClure 1#.000 worth of lots In
Miss Mattle James returned yester-
day after spending a year with
sister In Illinois.
Capt. Jackson got backfro*i
fo yetterdav. [hl3 Jack-
with the .progress w
son Plow works.
la reprobate court yesterday I .
L .Starrier Hied his petition for a di-
vorce from Helen Starrier on the
gn und of abandonment.
FOB EbnT—A five room cottage on
the west side of Broadway between
Fifth and Sixth Btreets. Enquire of
1), Munger, No. Ill, Fifth st. 8-«t
Lost: A small pocket book shaped
like a G. A. R cap, and containing
four silver dollars. Kinder will be re-
warded be returning it to the Tijikp-
In writing up the Chamber of Com-
merce proceedings we failed to men-
tion that Secretary Jennison under-
took to resign, but theciub refused to
accept the resignation.
frank IIcfTy has returned from a
two months trip cast. He visited
Chicago, New York and Baltimore
but says everything is very quiet and
Oklahoma City l at the top.
George Drury who shot Pat
,,<>11 a few days ago in attempting to
rub him, was placed in jail yesterday.
He was bound over by Squire Logg in
the sura of *m ° Oenuel Is In bad
-!;ape and Is likely to die. The
wound has not been dusted since It
wasjnade and is In horrible shape.
I President Will and the board of dl
rectors met last evening and appoint-
ed H. Overholser. >T. M. Rlchardsor
F. M. Riley, J.S. Lindsay and T. W
We are clos
hole line. They are
lug out the w
;rL $1 to « a pair cheaper than any
llilng In the tine shoe line In Oklaho-
Joseph Housek has purchased the
>.,n.inrlv owned by H. u.
formerly owned by
Dltmer, on the corner
Mr, Itousek has
and Bcno avenue.
had tlftccn years experience
1,1s apprenticeship In Bussla. H
cleans and (lyes mens, woniene and
chlldrens wearing apparel of .ill kind
Silk ribbons, silk dresses, velvets, lace
curtains, retouches ostrich feathei
ind will wash your tine
blankets witbjut shrinking them
Mr Rausek guarantees Ills work to
give satisfaction. Call on him at the
corner of Bono avenue and Boblnson
From G u Hi rie. Norman and El Reno
SA* SMUl.'H HIPPY FAM1I.V
come reports of numerous burglaries
and petty sneak thieving. The gent
ry "work" the resident portions ot
the towns in preference to the busi-
ness sections, but a number of bur-
glaries have occurred In the latter.
Oklahoma City has so far been free
(ron the visits of the profession,
loubtless owing to the well known
vigilance of our chief of police and
police force, but it would be Just ai-
well for our people to see that their
doors are locked at ulgut and every-
thing left secure.
The tlrni of Cook & Co., licensed
traders at Kickapoo Springs, Is doing
a tremendous business. Mr McClure
stated yesterday thai one day last
week their sales amounted to over
«1000, and in ten days to over JliOOU
Canned goods, meats, red blankets
red calico, broadcloth, sllckeis, sultt.
etc.. are the principal supplies fui-
nlshcd, and the KJckupoos have beeu
Williamson on theoemnilttee to assist I poor so long 1 bat now they have tli.
r isZor in securing an equals- opportunity tl:cy a.e supplying them
tl„n of the assessments ot this city U-J*
We are closing out our entire line Ul,llanl( and is done on the credit
of Eddy & Webster, Rochester, N. >
ladles line Kid dress shoes at whole-
sale factory cost. They are not Bac k
Raise II—I While the Old Man's Awav
Holding Revivals to Raise Money
lo Feed the Animals-War
on the Waliash.
There was war in the office of the
great Pan-American last night-
bloody and direful w.ir, caused by the
efforts of the wicked-partners of the
reveiend to run the machine oontrary
to the wraers and the wishes of that
grand mogul. The partners were
Witherington Boblnson and W. II.
Reynolds, who for several days have
not been eurapport w I til the machine,
but nevertheless have been running
the financial end of It. Last night
they attempted to enlarge their field
and act as editors and miinagers—and
then the fun commenced,
The whole trouble was caused by an
article which appeared In the Okla
homan yesterday morning, purporting
to be a dispatch fr-iiu Washington
that Governor Renfrow was in corres-
pondence with the Indian lohby in
Washington and was giving them as-
surances that he was with them in
belr tight against statehood—single
or double. The dispatch was as fol-
lows—and It certuiniy places Mr.
Renfrow in a bad light.
Washington, Feb. 7 —(Special.)—
The president of the Cherokee cuuucil,
who Is now here with a delegation
worl.lng against statehood, tells your
Cone-pontic lit that he has private as-
surances from Governor Renfrow, and
other leading territorial politicians,
that they will assist liitu In defeating
legislation of any character making a
state of Oklahoma, with or without
the live tribes. He is very exultant
over the assistance already given him
by territorial officials, and says that
they have already gone so far with
him In thisscheuietodefeatstatebood
that they cannot withdraw. The raat-
terhas already become a subject of
whispered discussions In one of the
departments. The Indian ring and
•attie aynulcatcs are credited with,
bringing about this alliance. Ihe
Oklahoma delegations here, are not
yet aware of this condition of affairs.
Plie Dual result of tills coalition inay
lead to some severe action on the part
iif dnmp hiirh officials. E. W. ti.
For Test Treatment.
Proving to you the marvelous curing
■k. ■ m ■
The great reme \y and perma-
nent cure for
■ y>iem until the payment which the)
art expecting si
et or Bankrupt store stock, sheep
akin uppers, and card board soles to
skin the public with. We are hero
to stay. We never «eil trash. l)-d~w
Pettyjohn & Co.
/ The Board >of Education met last
f night, but adjourned without trans-
f acting any busbies—awaiting the de-
cision of Judge Scott ou the Injun
... T'"" ti" """('W
< um1 that decTskVTg raadf It was
expected he would promulgate It yes
^ terday, hut iilailcd. to come. Per
rtlmakc it today. Let us
The big storm did cousiderabli
damage to the peach crop. On til
low and warmest ground the bud.-
had started considerably before the
storm, and there the crop Is cut down
more than a half. On the uplands
the damage is not iieiyjv mf STEgtr
The carbj^jflftturiug peaches stood the
win^tuuch better than the late va-
HUes, and the seedlings letter than
the budded fruit. A careful estimate
of the peach crop, If no further dam-
age is done, places it at three-fourths
of a full crop. While budded fruit
was damaged most in a majority ot
cases, In some orchards the budded
fruit was not damaged. In Col. ICI1I
son's orchard the budded fruit stood
the winter In excellent shape. His
chclllee and apricote are also in good
cendltiou, while his pears show In
Jurtfd buds at the ends of each branch
the application of W. H. Ilolley
others the county commissioners
ordered a road viewed and sur-
Adamf] veyed east ef the city, through the
claims of Lutu Woodruff, Hank Cun-
nlugham, Ed Phillips and others, on
the north sldo of the river. It is a
road very much needed, and one that
will be a great convenience to the
about mldnigbt and farmers of the southeast. The fol
lowing U the official record in the
Commencing at the west end of
Died—Near Tecumseh on the 6tb
Inst., M. W. Robertson, aged Ti years.
Mr. Robertson was the father of Mrs.
Judge Adams, lio seived during the
war in "Stonewall" Jackson's regiment
5th Virginia. Ilia remains are now
embalmed at tho undertaking rooms
of Dunn & Benjamin, where they will
until the afternoon's north bound
train when they will be Bent tot x
ford, Ohio, for .burial, Mrs
Thief Cochran last night about mid
night arrested Luke Blair, a negro,
fo? steal!n< a mule from another lie-
«n Grand avenue. The
* . *r nf t he mule went out to look
after his team about midnight, and
discovered that one of the mules was
•one He started out to look for It.
* i discovered the mule in Luke
Blairt sbwi and at the same instaet
Blair darted and started to run
The owner of the mule folja
1 /)n I
1 m.id ot
1 have c
if some high officials
Friends of the administration were
wrotliy over the dispatch and button
holing Bros. "Witherington Robinson
and Reynolds demanded a retraction
mis they promised to do, and even
went so far as to send the folluwing
telegram to the governor:
Office of the Oklahoiuau,
Oklahoma City, O.T.,Feb. 8, 1894.
To Govki'.noh Ren mow.
Guthrie, O. T.,
The screed published In the Okla
homan of this date purporting to give
your views ou statehood was a fake
,urreptlously concocted in the office
iy an old newspaper crank, while
nomentarily in charge, known as
ludge llock. Full retraction and ex
plauatlon In tomorrow morning's is-
,ue. W. H. UEVNOLDS,
Having promised tht goods the
next tiling lo do was lo dctliver them
knowing the managers iu charge,
vtessrs McMasters, Rock, Lane, Wit-
ten et al would not allow it without
I fight, and iu a tight they would be
badly handicapped, they called upon
Chief Cochran for protection. Po-
liceman liubatka was sent down to
xeep tjhe ptmi* !MHr£hf«r BlfieiS util
to take pi* rt In any of their personal
Mr. liubatka appeared upon the
scene about 1:30 p. m , and at once
consternation seized uvan tt« opposi-
tion. Witten sought refuge in the
hell-box and wrapped himself up in
his dignity; Bro. Lane protocted the
most prominent part of his person with
a disk from the Job press; Judge Rock
fiattened himself luto the thickness
of a sheet of paper and took refuge
under the table, while the printers
lost their presence of mind and made
a bee-line for the nearest saloon
Howitzers, swords, pistols, daggers
aud guns were nourished with a reck-
lessness that made the bystanders re-
mber they nad business elsewhere
very pressing business, and there
was a vacancy In the atmosphere
Finally, after the officer had explain-
ed ills business, matters quieted down
aud business resumed—"Withering
ton and Reynolds occupying one Bide
of the room and the opposition the
other; but the atmosphere was very
If great blotches of blood disfigure
("Diefectine" NaBal Douche, an
pnratus for for treating diseases of
the nasal cavity.)
HAY FEVER, NKt'It AI.'UA,
Diphtheria, Pulmonary Consumption
Female Weakness, Lost Manhood,
Jenerai Debility of man. Piles (all
iinds), Diseases of Woman, Dyepep-
iia, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera
Fits and all diseases of the Head.
Throat, Lungs, Mouth, Teeth, Kid-
neys and Urinary.
DISFECTINE is also a sure eradi
■ating and healing curative for
Z' ® uTw« "no match for
Another ludlan territory railroad
propositi-.. le before congress. I be
Indian Pacific Coal and Railway com-
pany has been organised under the
laws of West Virginia and is asking
a charter and right of way through
uie Indian territory and Oklahoma
The projected road has Its starting
point at the southwest cornsr ot Pulk
-ounty, Ark. Thenc* it It to run
in a westerly direction through thu
Choctaw country and Oklahoma u.
the west line of Oklahoma, west or
southwest ol Fort Sill- The company
obligates itself to build at least 100
miles of road within three years afiej
the passage of the act
county bridge, across the North Ca-1 pagga 0f the Okiahoman tills mor-
nadian river near the center o- sec- .■ Jear peop|e may know tnat
the forceB have Joined issue and blood
tlon thirty-six, township twelve (12),
range three (3) west, and running
west ou the township line between
townships eleven (11) and twelve (12),
range 3 west, on the most practicable
route to where said township line lu-
of several different kinds and qual
Ities have been shod iu the cause of
The Timbs-Jouknal deeply regrets
these differences 111 tho camp of its
tersocts the North Canadian r^v8! 1 i-tmleinporary, and sincerely hopes
between sections thirty-live (.15) town-1 th6y klas an() mike up
ship 12 and section 2, township 11,1 p ui the hour of
Scrofula, Pimples, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Old Sores, Tetter, Itch, Fever
Blister. Sore Lips or Nostrils, In-
flamed or Caked Breasts, Sore Nip-
ples, Scurfy Eruptions, Itching Erup
tions, Torn, Cut and Larcerated
Wounds and Bruises, Felons, Ring
Worms, Scurfy o. Scald Head, Chap-
ped Hands, Burns, Scalds, Ulcera-
tions and Contractions From Hurns
and all diseasis of the eves and
Remember "Disfectinc is not a
patent medicine. It is a chemical
disinfectant. It eradicate* all dis-
ease, hence tbs afflicted parts must
DISFECTINE can be used with
safety by any person internall or ex-
ternally. If you are afflicted delay
is dangerous. Try Disfectinc at once.
It will give you immediate relief, pei-
manent cure! Positively guaranteed
flrooui Cera Culture,
Em-roiii Times-Jou UN a i/,
Agreea^o to your request I write
>u a brlaf article on broom corn cul-
ure. In answer to your Qrst <|ues-
ion viz: When to plaul, will say thai
won't usually do well to plant early
corn, It will not come up well un-
less the ground Is well prepared and
sufllclently warm. The 10th of April
a rule will be early enough for this
itllude. It will then be ready for
market from three weeks to a m®nth
ahead of Illinois and Nebraska brush,
which Is the best on the market. It
wlli do well to plant late as July 4th,
but would not recommend planting
later than June 25th, If It can be
iVoided, aud usually It can be planted
n wheat stubble by this time. Would
recommend planting one-half of the
crop In April and the other half on
wheat ground after harvesting the
wheat, as by this means one-half tho
amount of shed room will do, and fur
hermore the early crop can be bar
ested and marketed before the late
erop Is ready. Again the farmer Is
getting two crops In one season on
part f his iuhu, and will not be both-
ered with the employment of so many
uands at once and can look after the
work better. One bu&hel of clean
■«eed is sufficient to plant twenty
eight or thirty acres on ilrst-class bot-
tom land. It can be planted with
.iny good rotary drop corn planter,
provided It has broom corn plates, li
not they can be made by taking a set
f corn plates and running the holes
full of zinc, lead of baboet metal,
i then dresslug them smooth and drill
uew holes through the metal, that
will hold on an average five seeds.
The hills bhould be from 12 lo 16
inches apart, owing to strength of the
land. It should be borue tin mind
that if too thicK for the land ihe
brush will be very short, aud if too
thin will be too long and coarse as
well as great percentage of crooked
orush, which scarcely pays for har-
vesting. The cultivation sir id be
ihe same as for com, but It is more
necessary that it be thorough, as 9
naif crop of bioomcorn Is mostcer-
uiiu to be of poor quality, uud costs
about as rnucu to harvest as a full
crop, while It will e nly sell for hi.lf
price on the market, and in this case
the expeuse will most certainly take
This crop i hould be harvested when
the seed is in the dough state, usuall)
from ninety to a hundred days from
time of planting. The cost of plant-
ing and cultivating 20 acres of broom
com is no more than the Jame amount
of corn up to time of harvesting,
which will be with good management
from $4 to $6 per acre to put It in the
Twenty acres, if good, will till a
>hed 20x40 ten feet high and if shelved-
In the seed will require 50 per cent,
more room. A crop of twenty ajres,
if planted one-fourth each week, can
3e harvested and shelved into tht
shed by three ordinary good hands.
It can then be cleaned In two,or three
days by six hands ou any ordinary
hand feed scraper, or In less than a
day on a machinery feed scraper. An
average yield on good bottom lann
should be from six to seven hundred
pounds of brush per acre. The price
-HlbUUftpljL.has averaged about $70 per
ion for^the past tive years. Wwtern
brush usually sells for $10 per ton les??
for brush looking equally as well.
Oklahoma brush would grade with
Kansas or possibly with Nebraska
brush, provided it Is a good variety ot
seed, v.w.1 cultivated and properly
taken care of. The Tennessee ever-
ts considered by far the best
PETTYJOHN & CO
TI". l« K « h"
you eli sing out your ' ' ghoea we ar«
-ho... tk-r "
able to get iu Oklahoma City. inve8te<i iu
Bwer to all, we have too much fof
finH shoes. We want U* fi[ie dr,Bi
other line* of goods We win ' N. Y
shoes at less than stock,"
They are uot "Kacket Shoes, fc
'•Bankrupt stock", or "Circus store trash, to gull
the public with. . , .
But straight goods every pair w«*nt-d*
wear, fit and not get out of shape. See us
drees shoes. We have them where it hurt .
You will hear other dealers say^ that man
Pettyjohn is always doing something to demoralize
:,)UTb 8 « Pettyjohn & Co., for bargains in
i fine shoes, w. take stock March 1, cut prices in all
Meeting oftlio Fire lie pertinent.
The volunteer are department held
a special meeting lust night to nia o
arrangem'iiti ftr the territorial con-
vention on Feb. 2lst and 22nd In this
Cl<Jlia, McDonald and W. II Dare
were elected members ot the depart-
rnent. , . ,
Chief Marrlnan was elected marshal
There will be a territorial conven-
tion held In Oklahoma City, O T., on
February 21 and 22, for the purpose of
organizing a Territorial Firemen 8
association. Each and 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
will be done to make their stay pleas-
of the day.
John Colleton and Chas. Bourne ^ . ble.
were appointed a committee on bai i ^ conn(.cUon with their conven-
md banquet tickets. _ [ t(on a flreman'8 ball will be given on
the night, of the 22nd, to which all
[ going to
range 3, thence aloug the north bank [)ress ^;30 a m ^ quiet on the
of said North Can uliuu river " | i'0tomac, although tho policeman was
most practical route to the point' mi iB charge, it U rumored that
where said river reaches its Ltie two "KV hi,.c won, aud that tne
northern extension, thence west on retraction, explanation and apology
the most practicable route to the!
center of section 34, township 12n,
range 3 w. The bond of the above
named road approved and Ihe follow-
ing viewers appointed: M .1 Glldden,
M 8 Markwell und N F Gates, to
meet on the 26th day of February, at
the place of buginnlng.
variety in Illinois but in parts of
western broom corn districts the
dwarf is grown extensively, ond might
do well litre, but is apt to be red, while
a pea green Is necessary to obtain the
best pa . .. 1 «H1 add that broom
corn will stand more drought than
any other crop 1 know of except cot-
To whom It may concern:
Notice is hereby given 'hat letters-
at administration in the estate of G.
M. Keller, deceased, were granted to
C. II. Keller by the probate court of
oklahoma, Oklahoma territory al
Oklali- ma City, on the 22nd day ol
lieceruber, A. D. 1893.
All perrons having claims against
slid fBtate are required to exhibit,
ihe same to the undersigned at b s
pia 8 of residence one and one-ha
i nil us west of Chadciick, O. T., total-
lnw.iu o within four montlisafterthe
date of this publication with necess-
aryVouchers, or they will be forever
precluded from any beneSt of said et-
late Or said claims may be tiled in
said e-obate court, at Oklahoma City
John Marrlnan, Geo. Tackett
Frank Wise, committee ot arrange-
Chas. Lindsay, Frank Wise and
Paul Wilson, committee on program.,
John Colleton, Chas. Stewart and
Mert Helliugshead, committee on re-
Will Estes, Paul Wilson and Will
Lebus, committee on parade.
Information has been received from
Guthrie, EI Reno, Kingfisher and var-
ious other towns that they will be
represented at the convention and
ball and banquet.
All members are requested to be
oresent at the meeting on Tuesday
light, at 8 o'clock p. m. sharp.
P. C. WIMON
We clip from an exchange about
the dainty little snubrettc May Smith
ttobbins and her company which will
be seen for the tlrst time at the opera
louse next Friday night. "May
Smith Robbius played to crowded
'louses yesterday afternoon and night
at the Baldwin, and her comedy suc-
•ess, "Little Trlxle," was most fa-
vorably received. The play was the
■lame as was seen here last summer,
tnd it is one of those rollicking, jolly
farce comedies oonstructed only to
produce laughter. The plot was lost
-light of several times, and ouly served
as a medium through which to Intro-
duce a number of clever specialties.
Miss Robbins headed the aggregation
and her dancing and singing was very
clever and received the applause of
the audience. In the specialty work
tho star was agreeably supplemented
with Stella Blair and Dora Densmore,
both of whom were clever and viva-
cious artists. Fred Robbins aud Nat
Franklin assisted in the fun-making
inu altogether Ihe [erformance was
most creditable.—Springfield, Mo.,
Republican, Dec. 2(i. 1893.
Mrs. Lease Wins.
firemen are especially and cordially
John Mabkinan, Chief.
G. W. Tackktt, President.
Awarded Hiehest Honors World's Fair
will appear. The opposition was over
me by a threat on the part ot the
It's that It either go in or the paper
would not be printed—that at ev, n
that late hour tlioy wouid apply for
and could get a writ enjoieing tiie
printing ot the issue. The opposi-
tion still claims, however, that the
dispatch was a d is true
Real KutaU' Fur Sale.
2 lota on Main street WM.
1 business house and lot on Main.
1 business lot on Main 13000.
1 house and two lots an Second.
I) V*. Scott, Agt.
9-3 1M Malu St.
J only Fare Cream of Tartar pnwi.er
in Millions of Ilomi ■s—40 Years the biauiire-
Kditors Ti iws-Journal:
Mark lllatt's average was left out
oy mlst.ike In the high school report.
Please notice It..
M i k Hlatt, nivieral average, 98.
Mild. S. J. DovoLasi'rin.
To Tiie Vdbuo.
For the purpose of enhancing the
merits and giving the public an op-
portunity of testing the marvelous
curing powers of "Disfectinc, we
' "reby extend u cordial invitation to
any and all persons afflicted with any
disease mentioned in this advertise-
ment to call (at once) at our office
and reception parlors and they will
receive a Thrrt Days Treatment with
"Disfttiini' Free of Charge. Dis
fectine Chemical Co., Proprietors.
Positively ail treatments confident
If For treatments call (immedi
atel)') at oi.r olllee ami reception par-
lors, No. 14 Robinson street, (up
stairs over J. O, Street's Furniture
Store) Hooin 1, entrance U> oltlce and
parlers, Oklahoma City, O. 'f
Offlce Hours—10 to 12 a. m , 2 t,
4 p ra.—Evenings 8 to 10 p. m.
Note If not convenient for you
to call at out ottloe and reception
parlors for free treatments h«nd u
your name aud add.- .4 and wc will
c«U at your residence and i,ive vou
treatments free of any cbar je
'' Dated this 30th day of January, A.
D" ,SW' 0. H. Kellbb,
for tUe Valentino social to be giver
Administrator of the estate of G.
M. Keller, Deceased. 2 It
A Pool Tournament.
tournament which has been
iteuo - j"r city will commence to-
Lr-, evening at 8 o'clock proniplly
,t Haley Hi"*, tool partonjon NUh
Tr,1aC"oie ""irtst to
tournament ha _ t Uyers ln the
secure the mos ■ ^ ^ u„ &rt
city and a line e ic|ii w|U la„,
promised, iua ,r„ere will be t o
all of next w • ^ Ur9l and 8e,„
Iftv The number of games to) ,n([ plan is
md . decided by the con- eaable all prcsei
oe played w ovening nt the I c|rcie of acqualntancos
ostauta IJ} th#11 oe announced to I prepare for It aud
all, and wil eight cob- wiiat a nice time you will have.
A-speclal meotlngof the Volunteer
Fire Department will be held at
headquarters on Thursday night, Feb.
8th. Important business.
Special on Corsets.
Before taking recount of stock,
March the 1st.
$2 Corsets all go at $1.45.
$l.r>0 corsets all go at $1.15.
$1.25 corsets all goat $1.
J! corscts all go at .85.
.85 corsets all go at .15.
.85 corsets all go at .45.
Warner, Thompson & Pa'ls corsets.
All standard goods. Cut price only
till March 1st. 8-2dlw
Pettyjohn & Co.
Special Meeting O. E S.
There will be a special meeting of
the O. E. S. on Tuesday night, Feb.
13th, for the purpose of conferring
degrees. All members should be
present. Mils Eva Snydbh,
Mits. C. P. WJtllE, W. M.
Notice to all Patriarchs.
Oklahoma City Eucampment I O.
O. F. meets tonight, Friday, at 7
o'clock sharp for the purpose of de-
gree work and the Installation of
OlliCCrS. J. M. CltEAMKIi, 1). G. P.
Land to Rent.
One-half mile east and one-half
mile north of the. northeast corner of
Maywood, 45 acres in cultivation,with
or without pasture. Terms cash
Apply on premises. 9-3dlw"
Lost: A new Stetson hat at the
Masonic banquet. Has trade mark
of O. A. Mitscher & Co. stamped up-
on It and the initials It. W. In on the
sweat band. Leave at Mitschers.
The only strictly flrst-class and re-
liable meat market man in town Is
.lelt Ford. No. 125 Main street. Jeff
is in it and in it lo stay. I7-tf
For Rbnt—A weil Improved farm.
Inquire at No. 101 Chickasaw street.
W. B Stanley was in the city yes-
'rhe'sucrenie court was unanimous, i terday on his way from Perry to
the nonulist member concurring with Moore, called by a telegram telling of
the two republicans. The ceurt holds | ^ 8erj0Ug illness of his brother
that itoternor Lowelllng had n - | Fletchor> who ,9 |lvln(? noar lljat
r «as#y whoPPwas appointed for the place. W. B. Is now landlord of the
term rt three years and contlrmed by Auricola hotel In Perry and doing
tiie senate and that J • nicely.
who has been sitting with the board
for several weeks is a usurper.
Charged With '.. .pe.
A negro man named Tom Wright
was lodged in the cuunty Jail last
He lives In the Iowa country about
16 miles from the city and was
brought Iu by Deputy Sheriff Rhlnc-
Wright was charged w.t:. the hein-
0'is crime of rape committed on Tues-
day. The victim of his lust was a
young girl about 14 years of age The
girl Is reported to be in a prccarious
condition. The feeling against
negro is very strong
Toitka, Feb. 8.—Mrs Mary K.
Lease today won her case in Ihe su-
reme court, v bich deckles that tue
governor canuot icniove her a« a
member of the utate board of chari-
ties, of which board she remains pres-
Mrs. Lease is naturally elated oyer
her victory today, in connection with
her fluht with t he governor who lias
heen most anxious to remove her
from tho board of charities, to which
lion he appointed her less than a
A. II. lucknttr at UkhI.
Mkxico, Mo., Feb. rt —A. IL Iluckuer
died here this morning of u com plica-
tion of diseases. He held many iinpor-
tant offices dv..*ing his life, including
the attorneyship of the htate bank of
Missouri in 183'J, state commissioner of
public .works it 1855s, delegateshlp to
Uid peace congress of 1S61 and repre-
sentative from tho Seventh Missouri
district in the Forty-third, Forty-fourth
and Forty-ttfth congresses, voluntarily
retiring in 18W1
February 14 at the old district cburt
room, corner Grand avenue and Rob-
inson streets, by the C. E seclety of
tho Christian church. A good sup-
Won by the Frenchmen.
F'ahis, Feb 0.—The fifty kilometer
tiie tandem circle race took place in th*
•Guthrie Lead- Velodrome between the Frenchmen,
1 Furman bforhers, and Wheeler nn«i
Warwick. The Frenchmen won
two laps. Wheeler and Warwick, ho\*-
ever, had no pamnnakera and were de-
layed twice by accidents.
Flight of Fat Fetcr.
Atcuibon, Kan., Feb. fi —Peter Wiltz,
a fitrmeij, became intoxicated Saturday
| night and climbed out of a second story
per, g od music and a good time for ^ window'of a joint Pefore he fell the
everyone. A pleasing and entertain-1 window came down • id held him sus-
be carried out that will
sent to enlarge their
>rae and sec
. «ri'/es aud clean, and .
lestants for the t>rf« A„|
entertaining games 1 V .
„vers of the spott sbould|
Full particulars can b« "id >1 ■ ■ ■
ing rft Hatey Broe Ml «n, ,
(tended by one foot lie weighs
pounds Ind had to bo lowered to tha
ground by means of a rope.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 6.—Ilarry Tad-
dican, a-'god s years, was drowned in
Ch.'lce lots tor sale in Maywood by the Mi^ourl river here whih. skating.
• . HU )ir< Jf hur ,.,nm wltli Kin. •!,. IU..
& Lludsey, real estate
luther was with him at the time
.. -„H rtrmirt ,Iul noar losing his life In hte
ijent« corner Broadway and Oraud ; #aorU|Vo W|cu0 hiu^
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 203, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1894, newspaper, February 9, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150407/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.