The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 102, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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A VOLUME VI.
f SIDNEY SUUGS 1
AUDMOIIE IND. TER. FRIDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 24 1890.
5UoBcvT.pTr- NUMBER 102
l p. ANDERSON
C. C. HEMMING C.
Ardmore Indian Territory.
Capital Paid Up $60000.00
Surplus Fund 70000.00
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY
Drafts sold mi all parls of the world. Accounts of firms and individuals
solicited uimn the most liberal tonus consistent with good banking.
EDWAHD "W. KOBERTS. STANLEY' It. BRUCE.
ROBERTS & BRUCE
General Insurance Agents
Thf largest oud strongest agency in tht' tvf
Only first-class companies represeLUti.
D. REDrlELD U SON
...General Insurance Agents.
THE OLDEST AGENCY IN ARDMORE.
Twenty years of successful Underwriting. To the insuring public wo
respectfully solicit our business. Careful attention given to Notary Work
and Real EstaU'. Office in Wliittiiijjton building Main street Ardmore
Just received three
cars of genuine
McAlester Lump Coal.
Leave your orders at IVstoflice Hook
Store and they will receive
Ardmore Ice Co.
PURE GRAPE VINEGAR
By the barrel at lie per gallon:
in live-gallon lots at l"e per gal-
lon: in smaller quantities at UOc.
per gallon. Also CI1UKCII
WINE an.l (IKATK C1DKU for
at Wine Press Store
H. G. STONG Proprietor.
Anbenser-Bnscli Malt Liquors.
Day and Night.
South Caddo St.
J. S. ROGKHOLD Fropristor.
W. S. DUNCAN
Will snou open up the bit
Ever brought M Ardmore. Prepare
t irive liiru your order lor that siyi-
i?!i sprint;' '"i'
Stinsoii resilience on North
-treet. one of the best loeat-
! il wt lliiH's in Ard-
WCilv will lie so
at a bargain by
h X. Stiiisoii or .
O. M. b'KiUll'.l.D.
The Old Reliable .
Removed; to' North side Main
Randol's. Come and see me
Fresh Bread Cakes Cookies
Candies and Cold Drinks.
The u..-.f nvsTKI? PAT: LOU in the city. OPEN DAY AND
1 MGUT. Ladies espe"ially invited.
Attention Commercial Men!
Did you know thai you could get a
...Tip Top Rig at Any Hour
Day or night to make points adjacent
to Cainesville. Give us a trial. PhoneYO.
C. L. HEMMING
Now is the time to
with a LONG DIS-
Little Kek Ark.
Those who have
talked from Ard-
more to these
points say the
service is per-
fect. Let us in-
stall a Long
phone i n your
office and brine:
to your door.
And All Texas Points
For only $5.00 per
month this modern
yours. For further
information call up
E. Y. WOLVERTON Manager.
between Davenport's and
Will keep constantly on hand
HIE TELEPHONE !
BRADY BROS. Jr.
m w mm
Hot Shot is Hurled at the
Enemy Inhabitants Or-
dered to Stay Indoors.
Insurgents are Being Smoked Out.
Scores of Rebels and Arms and
Ammunition Captured All
Business is Suspended.
M:ni!a Feb. -Women llee
from the city to the warships.
There wen new tires today
(Son. Otis has adopted vigorous
is houev -combed with
Hundreds have lieen
k shelled Caloocan
The insurgents used signal rook
quarters of the oily
hes is doing good
JXSClJt.KXTS r.UAVKl.Y IIKCKEI).
Manila Feb. 2:5. With daylight
this morning th.e enemy ooinnionood
to worry the actors in various parts
of the American line apparently
for withdrawing attention from af-
fairs inside the oily. An attempt
was made to rush through our ex-
treme left near Calonoan but
was liromiitlv checked hv a hot
and effective musketry and artillery
In the meantime small bodies of
rebels evidently some of those ell-
gaged last night in the cowardly
work at Tondo spread out be-
tween the city and the outposts j
Every available man was sent to
drive them away with the result
that there was desultory lireing all
From 7 to 10:-'JO ;i. m. the Tint-
ed States double turreted monitor
Monadnoek hurled 10-inch shells
over the American lines into the
bodies of ihe enemy as indicated
b the signal corps.
So far our casualties are one
man kiU -d and ten wounded.
At 11 o'clock there were sharp
engagements at the Chinese ceme-
tery and at San Pedro Macutj al-
most simultaneously but the ar-
tillery tire from both positions
drove the enemy back.
From the high towers of the city
tires can be seen burning at a doz-
on different points outside. Some
j of these are probably due to the
! Monadnoek's shells.
Jt is currently reported that the
natives have threatened to burn
Kscolatu and the walled city to-
night. Scores of the rebels have been
arrested in the Tondo districts. A
band of sixty rebels having two
carloads of arms and accoutre
meiils were captured in a house.
Business is temporarily suspend-
KXLKAL OKDF.lt ISSL ED.
Manila .Feb. Major (Son.
Otis today issued a general order
directing all the inhabitants of
Manila until otherwise ordered to
confine themselves to their homes
at 7 o'clock in the evening when
the streets will be cleared by the
police. The general also warns in-
cendiaries and suspeets that they
will be severely dealt wityi if dis-
covered in any locality.
Extraordinary precautions have
been taken for the suppression of
further trouble which is threaten-
ed to take place in the city tonight.
But it is generally believed that
last night's experience will effec-
tively quell the disturbing element.
Fire has been burning all day in
FOR PRICES ON . . .
4j Onion Sets
the Tondo district and has been
clearing the residents of many
houses in the outskirts from which I
the enemy previously fired on the
A cloud rf smoke hovered over
the city today conveying the im
pression To the people about the j
bay and in the outside districts j
that t he whole city is burning.
The rebels between the city and
the outposts are being smoked out
this evening and driven toward
Sharpshooters at various points
are very annoying but otherwise
there has been no further excite-
ment since the frustration of the
Lieut. Eugene S. French com-
pany I lirst Montana volunteers
and Private Oscar Felton com-
pany C South Dakota volunteers
were killed and two other Dakot-
ans were wounded.
FIVE MILLION LOSS AT 1LOILO.
London Feb. 2'.. Five million
dollars worth of property was des-
troyed at Iloilo. Foreign merch-
ants claim damage from the Fnitcd
States. They charge improper
notice of bombardment. The
American ultimatum named 4 p.
m.. but the Fnited States t loops I
bombaided at 11 a. m.
Latest reports .show that this
loathsome disease is gradually
becoming epidemic in parts of the
Territory and Texas. Several hun-
dred eases are reported in the Ter-
ritory wit!' many deaths. Towns
along the Katy are quarantining
Naeona has two cases; three new
cases at Dallas; Fort Worth has
a number of eases: Cleburne has
eight eases some of them severe;
Muscogee is maintaining a strict
quarantine; South McAlester has
quarantined against the Creek na-
tion where there are oOO cases of
the disease. Would it not be well
Senator J. K. Jones Sick.
Washington Feb. 2'5. Senator
lones of Arkansas chairman of
the Democratic national committee
is confined to his bed with an at-
tack of angina pectoris an affec-
tion of the heart lliseouditiou is
not considered dangerous. The
first symtonis made their appear-
ance Monday last and the souator
was suffering slightly yesterday
although he thou made an address
in the Senate. Today the symp-
toms grew more pronounced and in
view of the muddy condition of the
streets his physician adviseu inm
not to leave his residence for some
Shooting Scrape Near Purcell.
In a difficulty on the Shannon
ranch three miles north of Iurcell
James Ii. Shannon a prominent
stockman was shot and wounded.
A double-barrelled shotgun was
used. The horse which he was
riding at the time was also severe-
ly wounded. Tom James a resi-
dent of Purcell immediately came
to town and surrendered to the of-
ficials and is now in jail. Shan-
non's wounds are serious but not
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Conway. I.T. Ft b. 22-
is line now and farmers
(Juite a lot of sickness is with
us mostly grip and several deaths
I nave occureil principally among
Old Dr. Camp residing hsre in
Conwav. died the l!)th iust of
W. II. Allison has been down
with jjrip for several days. He
was attended by Dr. May of Allen.
Mr. Allison is now up and going
(!eo. Bowl iu has moved to Davis.
: James Evans while running a
yearling on his horse was thrown
and had his leg broken between
the knee and foot.
The requirement of a medicine is
to lighten tbe burden of pain and
cure. This bring us to the question
of a reme.lv and Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment is the only remedy for
blind bleeding or protruding piles
that is endorsed by physicians cures
the most obstinate cases 50c.
Sold by T. N. Coleman.
Katy Conductor is Injured.
South McAlester I. T Fob. 2..
Conductor Paul Jones of the Mis-
t'souri Kansas ami 1 exas railroad
: was seriously injured at McAlester
this evening and was brought to
the hospital at this place fur treat-
ment. Territory Postoftice Robbed.
South McAlester Feb. 1M
The Stringtown postofiice was
robbed by unknown parties last
night and about $-10 in cash and
A complete' outfit of counterfeit-
ers' tools for making bogus silver
dollars was found near here today.
Several coins and metal for mak-
ing bogus coin were also found.
There in no remedy equal to Her-
bine for the cure of constipation
sick headache indigestion vertieo
loss of memory uncertain appetite
unrestful sleep or skin eruptions.
If vou want a perfect tonic for the
liver lierbino will not disappoint
fold by T. N. Coleman.
Indian Policeman Shot.
Coffeyville Kas. Feb. 2.I.
Andrew Pettit an Indian police-
man of the Indian Territory was
shot and fatally wounded by City
Marshal Murphy at Edna l." miles
east of Coffeyville. Friday. Pettit
died from the wound yesterday.
He was intoxicated and was resist-
ing arrest when Murphy shot him.
His Arm Crushed.
Last evening about ( o'clock
Mr. Hemperly head miller of the
Acme flouring mill while at work
at the mills adjusting some ma-
chinery got his hand caught in
cog wheels. Before the machinery
could he stopped his right arm
was drawn into the cogs and
crushed to a pulp to above the el-
bow. Last night surgeons ampu-
tated the arm below the shoulder
and the condition of the patient is
very good and no serious conse-
quences are expected from the op-
eration. Oklahoma "Times-Journal.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Two Men Arrested.
Donison. Tox. Feb. ':. Last
night Love Janus a hid from the
Indian Territory who reported to
the officers Monday that he had
lost $4M while coming to town
Monday morning swore out a war-
rant for the arrest of L. T. Gum
and J. E. Yancey tw men who
have been living in the Indian
Territory. They were arrested -and
placed in the city jail to await
preliminary hearing on the charge
of appropriating the money lost br
A darky who was in jail suspect-
ed of having picked up the money
who was arrested on a complaint
made by the James boy was re-
leased today as there was no evi-
dence against him.
Mexico City Feb. 23. A delega-
tion of Kickapoo Indian!? from the
United States are in the city. Thw
troupe in tribal costume attended
the president's reception last night.
They are here to solicit from th
Mexican government an allotment
of lauds in which the remnant of
the tribe in the ludian Territory
d-sires to migrate.
Am Honest Medicine for La Grippe.
Georse YV. Waitt of South Gardi-
ner. Me. says; I have had the
worst couRh cold chills and erip
and have taken lots of trash of no
account but proflt to the vendor.
Chamberlain' Coujrh Remedy is tbe
only thin;; that h..s done any good
whatever. 1 !.::yo used only one 50-
icent Dome and the chills.old.and
grip have r.ll left me. I congratulate
jtho manufacturers ot an honest
I medicine." For sale by City drug
store and T. N. Coleman.
Prizes to Farmers.
The publishers of the Dallas and
Galveston News -are earnestly en-
deavoring to bring about a healthy
reaction in Texas farming. They
do not believe in the one-crop idea'
and are zealously laboring to effect
a change for the better in the farm-
er's financial condition.
To encourage prosperity in Texas
the News is offering a series of cash
prizes aggregating $250 for state-
ment of actual operations and re-
sults in diversified farming from Oc-
tober I lH'JS to September 30. 1999.
Tbe prizes are so arranged that any
intelligent .progressive farmer in
Texas can compete with a good
cbar.ee of winning one.
Four cash prizes of from S5 to $20
will be awarded the coast country" of
Texas four in the central four in
the western four in tbe eastern and
four in the northern poriion of the
Farmers throughout Texas are
cordially invited to write their expe-
rience based upon this year's crops
specifying total nura'jer of acres in
cultivation stating how many acres
for each product; total amount real-
ized stating average gross and net
results per acre with mode of culti-
vation etc. Send your articles to
the News for publication. By ao do
ing you will not only stand a good
chance of winning a cash prize of 15
110 $15 or $20 bat you will also be
aiding in a great movement for tbe
betterment of tbe Southern farmer's
Drop a postal card for a free (am-
ple copy of tbe semi-weekly News to
A. If. Belo & Co. Dallas or Galves-
ton Tex. .
Ballard's liorehound Syrup is tbe
best known remedy for consumption
coughs colds and all throat and
chest troubles. Every bott'e is
guaranteed. It is tbe best remedy
for children. 25 and 50v.
Sold by T. N. Coleman.
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