Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 24, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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If your watch, clock or jewelry
need repair ko to No. 2l!i Main street,
Davii & bacon. ' 27-tf
T. if. Group's lee cream parlor* are
the most fashionable In the city an<l
their home made cake Is excelled by
none on earth. &l-tf
No griping, no nausea, no pain,
when DeWill's Little Kurly Itinera
are taken. Small pill. Safe pill.
Ilest pill. Scott & Co.
Small in size, great In results: De
Witt's Little Early Itlsers. Ilest
pill for constipation, best for sick
headache, best for sour stomach.
Scott & Co.
All the talk In the world will not
convince you so quickly as one trial
of De Witt's Witch Hazel saivc for
scalds, burns, bruises, skin affections
and piles. Scott & Co.
Mlspah lodge, order of Uebeka, Ok-
lahoma City, meets (1 rat and third
Krhlaya of each month. All members
are cordially invited to attend. Mrs.
J. W. Curran, Noble Grand, Mrs. K.
S. Rhodes, secretary.
One word describes It "perfection."
Wo refer to De Witt's Witch Ilazel
salve, curcs obstinate sores, burns,
skin diseases and Is a well known cure
for piles, Scott & Co.
For an er.sy shave, .ashionablc hair
cut or an elegant, bath, don't forget
that you will Hud them all at Aber-
nethy & Miller's barber shop, under
Klrst National bank.
A satislied customer is a permanent
one. Thai's why we recommend De
Witt's Little Early Risers. They
cure constipation, Indigestion and
biliousness. Scott & Co.
If you do not. get your Ti Mies Jour-
nal regularly report to this ufllce.
We wish to nee that even sub-erlber
gets Ills paper logululy.
Come to the offiri or Infirm the
carrier iKiys If you d i n it. get. your
paper each eve ilrig. Theie has been
conslderab'e c< inp' iiit', which we
wish to remedy.
The White Kiss ice cream parlor,
No. 124} California avenue 1st he place
to get the best lea ereum, lemonade,
soda and cigars. Ci uvenlent for all
South Oklnhoini people. Give the
White Rufe a trial. 17 I in
Fon Rent—A splendid house for
rent, with hydrant and cistern on
west side If Broadway between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Inquire of Dr.
l.ost. at or bet ween Coney Island
and First National bank a city war-
rant, for $9,',00 drawn to 1, N. Wise
or bearer, all pe-nons are warned
against buying said waarant. A
liberal rewird ti Under. I., N.Wik
be held at
.Muncy on ft ruin Stored.
1 will make liberal cash advances
on the Galveston Wharf vompany's
elevator certificates, their weight and
inspection. J. M. Bkown,
7-2m Galveston, Texas.
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching Piles are known by moist-
ure like prcsplratlon, causing lutense
itching when warm. This form i
well as Blind, Weeding or Protruding,
yeild at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile
remedy, which acts directly on parts
effected, absorbs tumors, al ays Itch-
ing effects a permanent cure. M cts.
Druggist or mall. Circulars free.
Dr. Bosanko. Philadelphia, I'a.
Sold by Scott X- Co.
A gentleman who has had thirty
years experience In fruit growing,
wishes to lease 180 acres near the city
to put Into fruit. He will agree to
leave the owner HiO acres of orchard
at the end of fen yeats. \nyone who
wishes to lease a place within two or
three miles of the city on such terms
should call at the Times-Journal
office for furthor information.
On ueeo':nt of the
Summer institute to
Chilocco, O. T., July 2nd to 5th, the
Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets
at one fare Will be sold July 1st to
.'Ird luclusl' e, good to return to and
Including Suly Nth.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Wurl.l's Fair Highest Award.
"There i i a salve for every wound."
We refer ti Do Witt's Witch Hazel
salve, curn burns, brui ts, cuts, in-
dolent son v as a local application in
the nostrl s It cores caiarrh. and al-
ways curt* pllm. Scott Co.
There ate stlllsome beautiful places
InSummeis Place for sale on easy
terms. Summers Place is a beautiful
siibmbof l Iklahorn# Cltv. The size
of t lie biui ' iti.it,'. it ju«t t lie plact
for those v- ii" desire more room thai
ci'i h" lot I h. the Sc.- S II.
llca'luc!:a l< the il'i . t re-ult of In
d'gesUi.a and stoinieh nis- rders
Remedy t!n . - l > <£Rn* Da WlttV
Little 101' '.v llise.ts aiid jour head-
"••Ii** di hpnears The favorite Little
H P II ever .-where. Scott & Co.
The Ok'ahon.a Gas i.'n, lias the lat-
est, improved gas stovo ill earth.
There i - itl*(>!ti|eiy no heat or trouble,
.the minute w apply the nialch tin
range is h >t "imugh to iu<e These
runges «>,l lie sold at actual cost
Cult at tin: itt.ti- i,iitl st i- for ytur
For lost mi'", Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of
Bay Cit', Mit Ii., accidentally spilled
scalding wilor over her little hoy.
She promptly applied De Witt's
Witch ll"/.3l Salve, giving instant re-
lief. Its ;t wonderfully good salve for
hurus, brtilncs, s ires, and a sure cute
for piles. Scott & Co.
Itucklin's At-ai 'i Silrt
I'lie Ihihi. salvo Id the world for cuUi
bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
cores, t.e'ter, chapped hands, chil-
blains. corns, and all skin eruptions
and positively cures piles, or t,o pay
required. It Is <uaiaiite«d to give
perfect satisfaction, oi niouey re-
undeii Pri,:e 'i'i te its per I, " p„r
mI hv O. K. 1 lalov.
To whom I may concern
Notice Is hereby given that John
II. Lewis & Go. have made applica-
tion to sell at retail malt, vinous and
spirituous liquors at Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma couuty,Oklahoma li rritory
and that license therefor w.li be
granted to the above named app: leant
after the expiration of two weeks
from the i ublication of tnis notice, if
there be no objection In writing made
and Died to the issuance of said li-
This 12U. day of July, 1S94.
(SKAI.. | Gko. O. WoODWOllTlI.
Choc atv and Rack Island.
To the citizens and business men of
The Cho'taw Coal & Railway'com-
jany liaV' perfected . rrangements
•vltii the Cnlcago, Rock Island and
PauiUt; company to handle through
nislni's-, t, mi all point! A thro". gh
Jtr l.-mes Chieii|/o. Kansas Cily, St.
Jtisepn. O. ialiu, Wichita, and inter
u e Mate p Kits each day, with such
si ip-neill j- iis an-death e 1 to points on
tilt 0. O >' li v liii,' 'i lie rat'- ' a.'r
the tan •, anil the time as go,,,t 1/ not
bctiw, tin'ti tc her Inns. As this road
Is an Okb.iioio i 01 ty ih„- aud is laigc-
!y (h'tiondi nt on It fur support we re-
spectful!* i-t that tin; business men
when nCpj goods take special
pultlR in n i'0',s<iiig their shipments
. mted via Kock Island and lU'Ctnw,
except. St, [."ills ao-1 east i hereof,
which should b" i ,uttd via Wabash
By Koran'. inftiruiHtloi tfgardlng
rates, tiui . route, etc , will be. gladlv
given by t in- local agent, or ii, F.
Dunn, alt' rtet irel«h' and passenger
ai'ellt, CO I ter Main and II'1 Htdwav, III
Oklnhomii National Hank building.
sup, I,aily, stop!
Lean and lank,
lie's such a crunk;
My stars! 1 thank
I'm not his wife;
He'd make my life
A scene uf t ri fe.
Stop, In y. stop! his liver Is out of
order. ",le's Just, too nice for any-
thing,"hi. wife sa\s, "when he is
well^' K er.v wife's In sband, should,
lf i"k, tn ;e l)r. Pierce's GolJen Med-
ical Disctneiy. It puts the liver and
kidneys i i good Working order, purl-
ties the iloo-i, cleanses the system
from all Impurities, from whatever
cause arising, and tones up the func-
tions gent raiiv Guaranteed to bene-
fit or cure, or money piid for it re-
Dr. Ph-re's Pellets permanently
cure cons Ipation. sick headache, in-
digestion and kindred derangements.
Awarded Highest Honors World's jf air
The only Pure Creniti
Va U vl
S ^ ^ -
Powder — N > Amtuonia; No A lum,
vio V ill*
Xkw Dim &
Co.'s Weekly R vl<'\v of Trade* says:
Thi- effects of the two urnat strike* have not
vet entirely worn off. and meanwhile diKHtfr«*e-
ment between the two houses of < onKre*H has
made tariff um-rtaintieH more distinct and
impressive It follows that the customary
tests i>f th<; condition of business are
less Instructive than usual. Tho finan-
cial HltuaHon Is somewhat less feeblo,
because the exports of goods bavo
been resumed and are $tt,300.iJ00 for the week,
but treasury receipts have been &\0l6.:wi for
customs aj,'alri«t$a.y l,57J last year, and 17,474,-
ft53lnteruaj revenue,ukuInst#2.1*79,518 last year.
The extraordinary payments to anticipate the
Increase of taxation on whisky are rapidly lock-
lug up a large amount of eiish, and taking from
the government part of the expected Increase
of revenue, which In Jho current loss in cus-
toms receipts is largely due to the postpone-
ment of Imports, in expectation of lower duties
hereafter. Thus the treasury has been gaininx
In the balance at the expense of some loss In
The most hopeful sign noted this week Is that
failures continue comparatively few and not
very important. The aggregate of liabilities
ft* the twelve days ended July 12 was fc.',tW0.30fl,
of which 11,409,821 was of manufacturing, ♦!,-
4(58,204 of trading concerns, whi^h Is decidedly
below the average for the past half year. The
failures this week have been 2IW in tho United
States, against 467 last year uud 44 in Canada
against 25 la$t year.
A DESTKUCTIVK 11KI:.
Illriulnffliatii. Ala., Visited by a Costly Con-
Bum INGHAM, Ala., July 22.—At a fire
here this morning', Parry & Mason,
wholesale shoe company, and Stowers,
wholesale and retail furniture, were
totally destroyed. Loss on building
and 6tock 3^0,000.
The Caldwell hotel, the handsomest
building in the city, five stories high,
and supposed to be fireproof, is also !
pone. It is valued, with fiirnUhino-s. j
at $.'5f>0,000; insurance, $150,000. It was
owned by I lie Caldwell < ...
Debt for President.
Chicago, July 22.—A mass meeting 1
of 1,500 men was held at Og-den's grove |
last night and Debs was nominated for
president of the United States amid
great enthusiasm. The .speakers were
local labor men and their remarks
were all of one tenor. They eulogized
Debs and denounced President Cleve-
land. The meeting declared itself as.
utterly opposed to the democfatic and
republican parties and predicted a
sweeping success for the populists in
the next election.
Arkumtn* People's Party.
Litle Rock, Ark., July 22.—The
populist state convention yesterday
nominated the following ticket: Gov-
ernor, D. E. Barker; secretary of state,
H. M. Beam; auditor, A. J. Nichols;
treasurer, T. J. Andrews; attorney-
general, Dr. J. A. Meek; state land
commissioner, O. S. Jones; commis-
sioner of agriculture, S. II. Nowlin;
superintendent of public instruction,
J. P. Carnahan.
Killed ill u Mine Shaft.
Carthage, Mo., July 23.—a mine ac-
cident occurred yesterday morning at
Pleasant Valley, causing tl^e death of
Howard Gline. Falling timbers crushed
his skull while working at the bottom
of the shaft. Deceased formerly lived
at Sheboygan, Wis., and leaves a wife
and several children.
Confirmed by the Senate.
Washington, July 22.-—The senate
yesterday conlirineil the following
nominations: Clifton B. Breckinridge,
of Arkansas, to be envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary of the
United States to Russia. Postmasters:
Missouri—J. h\ Mclntyre, at Odessa;
M. Y. Rusk, at Brook Held.
Hate ball Games.
At Brooklyn—Brooklyn, 8; Philadelphia, 2.
At Boston—Boston, 12: New York, 1.
At Louisville—Louisville, 7; Cleveland, 4.
At Cincinnati—Cincinnati, 7; Pittsburgh, d
At Baltimore—Baltimore, 12; Washington, 8.
At Sioux City- Sloux City, 8; Kansas City, 0.
At (Jrana Jtapids Toledo. 9; OraM Rapids, •
light on the A. K. IT.
S r. Louis, July 22.—The Missouri Pa-
cific railroad has thrown down the
gauntlet to the American Railway
union for :i fight to the death. The
company will not employ anyone who
is a member of the organization.
Drowned In >i Cistern.
riTTSBUBG, Kan., July 22.—Francis,
t he 5-yer v-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Valentine Bartoska, was drowned in
this city yesterday by falling into a
cistern which had been carelessly left
Killed by a Switch Knglne.
Dodgn City, Kan., July 22.—H. C.
Boyd, lireman on a switch engine,
while engaged in uncoupling a car yes-
terday fell in front of it. and was killed.
New Yohk, July 22.—The Pullman
Palace Car Co. has declared the regular
quarterly dividend of 2 per cent., pay-
able August 15.
C. L. More and wife, an aged couple,
were found murdered near Tiff City,
An unknown man committed suicide
at Easton, Kan., Friday by throwing
himself under a train.
A cloud-burst north of Santa Fe, N.,
M., washed away 300 feet of the nar-
row gauge railroad track.
The steamboat G. B. Montieth was
sunk by a snag near Owensboro, Ky.,
Friday and a child drowned.
It is estimated that 250 ex-Santa Fe
employes at Emporia, Kan., are out of
jobs as the result of the strike.
The Banner, of Carthage, Mo., was
sold by the sheriff to easfern parties
and will be made a republican organ
with eastern financial leanings.
Peter Davis, Dan Washington and
Charles Ezell, all negroes, were
hanged in Montgomery, Ala.. Friday
before 2,000 people for a brutal mur-
An excursion train was wrecked east
of Oakland City, Ind., Friday ami Mel-
Tin Stanley killed and Munfred Dycus
and Milford Dickey were probably fa-
The republicans of Riley county,
Kan., have nominated F. L. Irish for
attorney. D. E. Deputy for district
court clerk, C. G. Swingle for school
superintendent. A. M. Story for pro-
bate judge and William Knipe for rep-
Counoi: < • rov<*
1 JivTirit nnrsrrc. runn
Practl. .il l ver "f fifteen y>^i i \-
ju'rii mx! in it ;- ;i. Silk ami s .tin
ilresses, Ostrich feathers, Chenille
■.mil Lace curtains, Blankets Wool
anil Cotton Goods, Hats nud Cops
repaired, dyed and cleaned.
Reference: Examine my work
corner Reno and Robinson streets,
MA LEY' BR
Ihe heavy lines in the aliove map show the line that divides the two
county commissioner districts. As the districts are now formed Deer
( reek, Spring Creek, Council Grove, Edmond, Britton, Oklahoma, Lincoln
and Deep Fork form Thompkins' district, and Mustang, Greeley, Boone,
Cass, Pott, Choctaw, Crutcho, Springer and Ilartzell form Mayey'a district
Oklahoma City forms one district, which is now represented by Bacon.
Prior to thu change tho line that divided the two districts is the line
that divides Edmond, Britton, Oklahoma and Greeley townships from
Lincoln, llartzell, Crutcho and Boone.
Imported and Domestic Cigars.
114—MAIN STRE ET—114
All the Evils
Which afflict us, arc not inherited;
many arc purchased.
When you want an extra
elass of Photo work done
lie sure and give us a call
as w" can make you extra
work in all sizes, styles
E. W. OLIVER.
1'a Main Street.
Attorney anfl Counselor at Law.
curniME, - OKI,A.
■ 1 Civil 1
11 ARM LESS,
[The Active Principle
A^nl i-]Srervous, _/Yn l i-Dyspeptic.
J. k. Saule editor of Home Field
and Forum is in the city today.
Gov. Renfrow, Pec. Lowe, and
Turner were in the city today on the
way to the seat of war.
U. A. K, Meeting.
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the G. A. R. Post of this city will
be held at the V. M. C. A. liall, Tues-
day night, July 24th, on 1st street
Fifty acros choice pasture, with
clear water. Price per month 75
cents. Also 50 tons of tine wheat
straw for >.ile cheap.
21-S* William F. Wolfe
HOT WBATHER IN THE EAST.
The Rfforil llrokcu In New York—On©
Death From Heat at ito toi>.
Nkw Yohk, July 21.—The heat yes-
terday was a reeord-brCciker. Upon no
July 80 since the establishment of the
United States weather bureau lias the
mercury climbed to such a height. On
the streets 08 degrees was registered.
Seven persons succumbed during the
day. A number of cases of prostration
were reported in Brooklyn.
Boston, July 21.—The full effect of
the hot wave was felt in lioston yester-
day and many cases of prostration
were recorded. The mercury did not
get above 95, but the humidity was
more to blame than the temperature.
An infant died in a street car on the
way from Brookline with its mother.
The hospital-* treated a dozen cases of
sunstroke. Many cases of prostration
were reported from outside towns.
Litti.ic Falls, X. Y.. July 21.—'Yes-
terday was the hottest day experienced
here in years. At 3 o'clock the mer-
cury was 114 degrees in the shade.
Lewistox, Me., July SI.—Yesterday
was the hottest day for years. The
thermometer registered from 100 to 100
in the shade.
Baxgor, Me., July 21.—Yesterday
was the hottest day in twenty years.
The thermometers were quoted at from
95 to 100 in the shade at various places.
Hull Fight in th« Center of a Town.
Lima, O., July 22.—Two farmer*} liv-
ing near Beaver Dam, one of whom
owned a Durham bull and the other a
Jersey bull, had indulged in a great
deal of bandying as to who had the
better animal. It was finally arranged
that they should pit the bulls against
each other in a ring on the main street
of the town. Ten dollars a side was
put up, and a large crowd gathered to
witness the contest. After an hour
and a half hard lighting, the Jersey
bull came out victorious, having killed
Would-be Hettlers Hoaxed.
Gutiiiue, Ok.. July 22.—Thursday
night a lioKseman rode furiously into
("handler and announced that the pres-
ident had signed a proclamation de-
claring the Kickapoo reservation open
to settlement at once. Three-fourths
of the citizens of Chandler at once
started for the reservation, where they
staked oft' claims Friday and came here
to try and file at the land office, only
to find themselves the victims of a
hoax. They are hunting vigorously
T, v Junta, Col., -iuly man car
on the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
California express was burned at
Timpus, 20 miles from here, yes-
terday. The fire is supposed to have
caught from sparks from the engine.
Over 200 sacks of papers and twenty
pouches of letters, all for California
points, were consumed.
The \ itfllant IleaiB the llritamiia.
Kingstown, July 22.—This was the
Vigilant's day to defeat the Britannia,
and she did it under condiLions that
had heretofore been considered un-
favorable to her. She finished the 50-
mile cruise 3 minutes 39 scconds ahead,
not reckoning time allowance, which
will reduce it about 1 minute 10 sec-
Ectler Carrier Arrested.
Kansas City, Mo., July 22.—J. A. Cal-
vert, one of the oldest letter carriers in
the service of the Kansas uity post
office, was placed under arrest to-day
charged with stealing- from the mails.
Calvert is a middle ag^d man and has
been in the service for twelve years,
lie gave bond in the sum of $500 to
await the action of the next grand
No Holiday for the President.
Washington, July 22.—It was stated
at the White house to-day that the
president had no intention of visiting
Atlantic City this season. lie has con-
templated visiting Mrs. Cleveland at
Gray Cables as soon as public business
will permit, but probably cannot go
uhtil after congress adjourns.
Disemboweled by a Hull.
Tkxabkana, Ark., July 22.—James
Bnftington, aged 50, who superintends
the stock farm of Dr. W. C. Spearman,
3 miles east of town, was g-ored by a
Jersey bull yesterday. The old man's
abdomen was ripped open, letting- out
his entrails, and he was also badly cut
on various other portions of the bady.
Two Small Hoys (turned to Death.
Dighton, Kan., July 22.—The 8 and
10-year-old sons of William Watson,
living about 15 miles northwest of here,
were burned to death Thursday night
while sleeping in a granary about 10
rods from the dwelling. The origin of
the fire is not known.
Canrobort's Son in Court Care.
Paris, July 22.—The court has pro-
vided the son of Marshal Canrobert
with a judicial guardian. This action
was take a at the request of the young
man's father, who had become wearied
of his son's prodigality.
The Dakota H*aten.
Kingston, July 22.—The Lilith to-
day beat the American built Dakota
by a minute in the race of the ten-
raters. The Lilith, throughout most
of the race, led the Dakota by nearly
Humors of War In the Far East.
London, July 22.—A dispatch re-
ceived here this evening from Shang-
hai says that a rumor is in circulation
there that war has been declared be-
tween China and Japan.
J EC EVEREST,
Practice in all courts. Special at-
tentions uiven to land office practice-
Removed to Room 5, Land Office Bid.
cr ov e;
Ooen every day and evening. Mini-
days and Thursdays to families
only. All other times to the gen-
'Bus from OK Transfer Co., corner
Main a:id Broadway.
„i FOR COUGHS,
In raising • family of nine children, my only retn-
erty for Cougha, Coldc and (.Jroup wm onion syrup. It
lojuit a* direct Ha to-d*y an it waa forty yearn *po.
Now my grandchildren take Dr. Ounn'i Onion Syrup
whloh Is already prepared and more pleasant to the
tacte. Sold evprrwhero. Large bottles 50 oent*.
Tak# #«- «ut>itltutu fo.'«: nctbln* a* *aod
Scott & Co.
J. M, VanWinki
BITS & YAK WIKKLI,
ATT< KN«iY8-AT LAW.
Rooms 4 & 5, Okla. Nat'l Bank Bl'd.
Oklahoma City, .0. T.
Will practice <in all the courts.
• ■■ N
In Poiilagc, wo will
V Simple Envelope, ol either
WHITE, W.ESII (is* i!ltl \K |-I I'.
_ — op —
j ' on have seen it advertised for many
years, but have you ever tried it?—If
: not,—you do not know what an
ft t oiu]>le&Joii Powder i&.
for the man who perpetrated the joke. $ot),000.
liy an explosion of pas in the Trout
building* in Lynn. Mass., E. E. Trout,
owner of the building1, and Officer
Arthur Wells were so hadly burned
that they will probably die and three
others were severely injured. The
Inmate to the building* will amount to
boeMee being an acknowledged beaattfler
many r«'trevising^u s. 11 provonta chnf-
• In*, nun-bur n. wind-tan, Id
£ etc.: in fact it i:
f protection to the laeo during hot weatiio/
ilia Sold .Everywhere,
, . For sample, address
J.A. POZZONI CO
.St. Louis, Mo,(}
h papkr. Rmm
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