Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Orlando 0. T. Thursday October Ttli 1S!)7.
HEKALD BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
The business men of Orlando nre cor-
dially invited to patronize this
Ms, GroGfRGi. fe,
North Side Main Street.
J W. HAMMOND,
Has a Pull liitie Of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, [BOOTS,
Always at the Lowest Prices.
A. M. PACE,
HARDWARE, STOVES TIN-
Harness and Farming I mi'i.km knts.
Noath Main St.
POWERS & DESELMS,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS
CLOT HI AG AND GROCERIES.
P. J. MEAGHER,
FLOUR, FEED, COAL
Field and Garden Seeds.
Pays the Highest Market Price for
all kinds of Grain.
t H. L. HUNT,
—DSALEIi IN —
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES,
Repairs neat and prompt. Supplies on hand.
—Di aler In—
riii ad liw-M
Consult your interests, and see
him before selling.
W. W. HALLER,
and Repair Shop.
J)R. C. E. TAYLOR,
(Graduated at University of Toronto Can
Bl W SMI.
Office one door west of Druse Store,
... J. 13. SEGo, Prop.
West Main St. RESTAURANT, LODGING, &c.
Main St . near Depot.
J. n. K1NTZ, Prop.,
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE.
West of Depot.
C. P. BEBOUT,
C. A PAUL,
i Mure ui Usdertakor.
School Books, & Bicycles.
South side Main St,
A L. CO OK RUM,
South Main St,
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver,
Barber, Iilm% SIm! g, to
Prices to suit the Times,
Next dooreast of Bank Building
Real Estate and
OELa>DO o T.
J UST1CE OF THE PEAC1
All business i ntrusted to me will
receive prompt careful attention
Orlando - - Oklahoma
CITY MEAT MARKET.
FRESH AND SALT
Prices the Lowest.
IOHN MARKER, Pi»p.
The world is 5658 years old uc-
sording to the Jewish Calendar.
Continued reports of drouth, come
in from three of our most Important
Western Agricultural states, Illinois
Indiana and Iowa.
There seems to be some anxiety
already felt, among officials in \\ ash-
ington, as to whether the gold in the
U. S. Treasury will hold out until
the next session of congress in De-
THE SOUTH OMAHA DAILY
DROVERS JOURNAL, (withWeek-
ly Seiui-Weekly and Tri-Weekly ed
kions) published at the Union Stock
Yards. South Omaha, Neb., should
find its way into the hands of every
Stockman, Farmer, Feedpr, Shipper,
Fancy Stock Breeder, Ranchman,
Grain Dealer, and Shipper in the
west It is well aud carefully edited
by men who make it thair business lo
study the market and write it up in
an intelligent and absolutely impar-
tial manner. No other paper in the
west i^ives as [»ood and complete mar
ket reports nor as many sales as The
Drovers J ournal, and no other mar
ket paper dublishes matter of a miscel-
laneous chaiacter that is so well suit:
to the neads of those ir whose inter
est it is published; and The Drovers
Journal is the only paper in South
Omaha that furnishes al! the impor
taut Telegraphic News "while it is
news'' six days in the wesk. The
Drovers Journal has a larger circula
tion than any other live stock news
paper aud market reporter in the west
and it is the very best advertising me-
dium where it is desired to reach far-
mers, stock—raisers, breeders and
dealers. The subscription price of
The Daily Drovers Journal is St.00
Tri-Weekly $2.50, Semi-Weekly
$2.00, and The Weekly Si.50 per
year, and you can get free sample
copy by addressing The Drovers
Journal Co., Denna Allbery, Treas-
urer and Manager, Union Stock Yards
South Omaha, Nebraska.
Blood and Nerves are very close-
ly related. Keep the blood rich, pure
:nd healthy, with Ilood's Sarsaparilla
And you will have no nervousness.
Hood's Pills are best after-dinner
pills,aid digestion, prevent constipation
Schemes are about to be inaugu-
rated by the Russians to check the
British in Asia, Africa and the Pa-
Sagasta, the liberal leader, has
I been appointed Preniijr in Spain.
11 is first :ict was to recall butcher
VVeyier from Cuba
The yellow fewr has caused great
excitement in many Boat hern locali-
ties. While fiere are many cases
at.several small p ices, and some few
cases at Houston and New Orleans,
yet the fever is of a mild type and
bui two or three deaths ir> a hun-
dred, There is no probability that
it will extend laitlier North.
The change of the Spanish minis-
try and the troubles of that govern-
ment in regard to finances, ^together
with ti"- continued claims of Don
Carlos i^ivc new hope to the insur-
gents in Cuba The London Spec-
tator sovs that the United States
should no longer permit the w&r to
go on in (Juba and iliat the British
people would stand by us if our
Government interfered and demand-
ed of Spain that they withdraw their
ariny, and stop tlie "long agony" of
that oppressed people.
It is probable that the Spaish
Government begin to realize that
the warfare carried on by Gen. Wey-
ler has so far been a most miserable
failure and that tiie barbarous and
inhuman course pursued by him has
driven many of the conservative
people of the island over to the in-
surgents, or at least, has caused them
to sympathize with the rebel forces.
At any rate the insurgent forces
in Cuba were never in so strong a
condition as they are at this time,
and lo them the day seems to be at
hand when they can feel a certainty
of ultimate success.
j Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Put-J
Cent business conducted for Moderate Fees.
Sour Office is Opposite u.S. patent OfficeJ
land wecansecure patent ia less time tkaa those J
(remote from Washington. S
S ^ Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip-#
>tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
(charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured,
J A Pamphlet, 41 How to Obtain Patents," withi
jcost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries J
jsent free. Address,
jopp. Patent Office, washington, d. c.
No-To-Ba© fop Fifty Cent a.
•""Juarantoed tobacco blibit cure, makes weak
men strong, bloou pure. 6Uc,*l. All druggists.
Rjpaas Tabules cure dizziness.
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Marker, John. Weekly Orlando Herald. (Orlando, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1897, newspaper, October 7, 1897; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403943/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.