Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 24, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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The Latest p.
It Christ Cants to Chicago."
See those elesiit oil paintings.
A sloe line of Alharabra Decorating
Sew book aad stationery jsst
LONDON & MOOftB.
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Idle . .
bee N. ll. McCoy and feet
Guaranteed Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper Ever Published ih the irtdiari i Territory;
ARDMORE CHICKASAW NATION. TUESDAY; APRIL 24 1894.:
" ATTEJIFTED BURGLARY.
Saturday ight Mm. Yarbroogb
mother of U. M. Yarbrougb was
wakened from her sleep by hearing
vine one working at the lock of
the front door. She arose from bed
and on lose scrutiny could see the
form of a man on the outside. She
called to her son who was in the ad
joining room bat unfortunately did
not arouse him until the burglar
learned he was discovered aud beta
a hasty retreat. Mr. Yarb rough got
to the front door Winchester in hand.
in time to see the retreating figure
disaDDear. aronnd the corner. The
Ardinoreite has heretofore warned
peopl-t as to the necessity of watch-
fulness as ihere is no police protec-
tion since Mr. Pulliam has been takei
off. Tonight and tomorrow nigh
there are likely to 'be raauy suspic
ions characters in town as each in
X variably follow shows f it the sole
purpose of plunder. Look out for
Musical iustruiucts of all kiuds from
a jews harp to the fiueat piano ou
good aud easy terms at G. M. Yar-
brough's next door to corner drug
tore. Give him a call. S4-2t
I1YDEN & JACKSON.
When in town whether at the cir-
cus or for other purposes you can do
no better in the purchase of general
merchandise than by calling on
11 y den A Jackson at the old L. C.
Slaughter staud. Ihey enrry a line
assortment and sell as cheap as the
cheapest. They have bought their
goods to soil and iu doing so hare
brought Jo bear their long study of
the wants of the people. While lu
towu call around aud see them the
will take pleasure in showing you
through their stock and the bargains
they are prepared to offer.
John T. Alexander's ueighbors are
uneasy about him. They don't know
what to think aud sometimes they
conclude it can not be real but that
I tbey must have been dreaming. All
this excitement and speculatiou comes
abont by his actions yesterday in
j taki g to .the plow and tilliug the
soil ot his garden. They were ar
nurd by heariug him call out "haw
j there gee Nell! whoa!" They say ho
is very efficient and we would not be
i ' irpriscd to hear of demands being
: mat.'e on his time b others who are
not so brave as to tackle their truck
patches in person. The Ardinoreite j
; is willing to risk a w i 1 mean a
I . prediction that Johu will raise plenty
of garden sass and such like and thatj
5 I)r Roo-ie? wi!l hi waiitiiif ta linrrnw '
. o " o
I from him.
THE POISON ACIDS
In the blood should be taken up and j
removed by the Liver and Kidneys!
but tue6c organs get out of order
fail to do their woik aud the result
is Rheumatism. ' There are a thous-
and remedies tor tic Liver aud Kid-
neys but there is only one cure for
Kbfumatism. aud thatis Dr. Dfum-
mond's T'igbtuing Remedy. If you
have the disease send $5 to the Druin-
moud Medicine Co. 48 Maideu Lane 1
New ork and they will send to your
express address two large bottles
enough for one mouth's treatment.
Any one who is having an argument
t&ith Uheumatisin will feel fully re-
paid by. the first dose. Agents wanted.
A HOLE IN THE GROUND.
Foar Hundred and Fifty Miles' Around The
iirand Canon of the Colorado
Hirer in Arizona.
Thin Titan of Chasms is the grandest and
most sublime scene in the known world. No-
where la human experience can the like be
The beauties of this grand scene hare re-
cently keen portrayed by America's greatest
landscape painter Mr. Thomas Moran iir a
painting-xii reet shown at the World's Fair
and valaed at S2-.000. Bt special permission of
the awaer to the Santa Fe route a lithograph;
also 9x Inches has been made which in all
its details is an exact reproduction of the
p tinting itself and is worthy of pises and dis-
play on the walls of any man's parlor.
UP IS THE SKY.
Over Two Miles High Hagerman Pass in the
This la the point at which tha Colorado Mid-
land IHTision ot the Santa Fe crosses the Conti-
nental Divide in Colorado and is 11.400 feet
soots the aea level. From the sninmit one may
look down the moanlaia aide and see Ave par-
allel tracks eoTjrinxa distance of fourteen
miles winding np the mountain aide. This
with tae spots of snow furnishes a picture
hard to describe.
This seen of nature has been painted by Mr.
Cbae. Ursham the renowned scenic srtist from
which a n engraving haa been made monnt-
. ed ou heavy Bristol board aise S x 54 inches.
Tfcis engraving is one of the moot attractive
sod aature-trua pictures of mountain scenery
These pictures are high-art advertisement of
us tare as it is and nothing shows that they
re distributed by the JsaJita Fa Boute. A
limited number or tbae pictures enframed
may be secured at SI .60 for the lithograph and
as for the engraving and will ba sent by ex-
press C. O. D. With either of these will be
eat am illustrated pamptat on the 3ran 1 Canon
of tha Colorado Kit er. and an Interesting book
ou tha subject of a trip To California and
. Back." Addi-cna:
W. . KEENAX.
6. P. A t.C- A 8. F. R'y
- . Galveston Texas.
See Doujla' half page ad. pf
the tfcLish property in this isfue.-
Capt. Stowe returned from Purcell
Harris & Sloan make a specialty of
fine teas. ' ' 2 2t
All the latest stvles in hats at Mrs.
Swift's -Temple of Fashion." 24 2t
Croquet sets hammocks and base-
ball goods comer drug store. 4 tf
G. M. Yarbrongh the musical
dealer went to Davis this morning.
Call on Mrs. Swift her display of
hats of latest styles beats a circus.
Cotton seed meal and bulls for sale
it the Oil mills. 27 tt
Hon. S. E. Jackson is in the Choc-
aw Nation on professional business.
The latest novelties in hats received
Monday at Mrs. Swih's the milliner.
For Sale Fifty lots in southeast
rdmorc. Apply to LumJohuson.
30 tf j
Itev. S. E. Wasson went to Davis
this morning where ho will preach
Groceries as cheap as the cheapest
for cash at Maxey & Arnold's. 24 2t
Do you want screen doors and win-'
UOW8: It BO call ni ciuiuci nuu juu
shop opposite postoflice. W. ii. Law-
C. lu Herbert did not accompany
the Stewart fishing party as an-
nounced. Maxey & Arnold give their show
six days out ot each week. Admis-
sion tree and groceries at bed rock
prices. 24 zt
Wasted. a first class white cook
Apply to W. a. Lcdbcttcr at either
omce or residence. on
Mayor Rollins of Gainesville died
last night at his home and wa
buried this afternoon.
Frying chickens wanted by Maxey
& Arnold for which they will pay
the highest market price. 24 lwk
Mrs. J. II. Benton will open a pri-
vate literary school in Kings College
Monday pril 80. Tuition $1 per
C pt. T. It. Johnson left for Okla-
homa City this morning to be absent
several days on business.
For Rest. A nice uew three
room cottage east of Oil Mill. Splen
did well of water on the premises.
Apply to J. II. Hughes. 24 tf
Dou't forget the show but remem-
ber the Star Grocepy ruu by Maxey
& Arnold for cheap groceries West
Main street. 24 Zt
Miss Lena Jordan went to Marriet-
ta last evening to visit her lirothet
Jesse. She will be absent several
Spciglc the baker has opened hi
ice cream parlor and iuvites the peo
pie to come aud see him. He gives'
the finest cream to be hd in the
city. 24 lw
Mrs. Swift gives a f how every day
in the week at the "Temple ot Fash-
ion." Admission free and all the lirt
est novelties In hats at bottom prices.
Call early and secure a choice.
Mike Sneed went up the road this
morning to meet the show aud to
interview the merchants of Wynne-
wood. Do you want your furniture re-
paired by one who knows bow to do
it and do it risrht ? Call at cabinet and
job shop opposite postotfice. W. 1$.
THE SANTA -FE'S ROUTE TO
If you contemplate taking ad van t-
ag of the very low rate from Texas
points to California that are now be-
ing quoted. by.the Santa Fe's Route
do not wait much longer as on and
after April 15th 1894. California ratej
will be restored to rates in effect Feb-
ruary 23rd TS94 which are as follows:
1st class limited to 30 days $60 00
1st " u 6 - 62 00
2ud " 6 35 00
Round trip u July 5th 65 50
u u u 9 months 80 00
. Until April 14th 1894 inclusive the
sale of first class tickets from all Tex-
as points on its main line and Paris
branch at the following very low
Single trip limited to 6 days $20 00
Round - u 60 u 35 60
The Mid-winter fair at San Fran-
cisco it now in the height of its glory
aud you can ace all its beauties at a
For information regardiug tickets
time tables and sleeping car accom-
modations apply to the nearest Santa
Fe agent or address
W. S. Keenan.
General Paa-"s;er Agent
See Douglas half page ad. of
the McLish property in this issueV
Another instance of malicious mis-
chief develof-ed last night which
brands its perpetrators as dangerous
characters. The brick machine of
Davics k Wood was the object ot
their deviltry. A piece or iron was
placed iu the marbiue in such a man
ner as to ruin it when put in opera
tion. Fortunately the obstruction
was discovered in time to avoid any
damage. No cause save that pure
cussedness can be assigned. It is to
bo hoped the guilty parties can be
detected and brought to justice.
DO YOU WANT
a desk writing table counters shelv
ing or any cabinet or job work of
any kind then call at cabinet and job
shop opposite postoffice and have the
work done as it ought to be.
tf W. tt. Lawrence.
People living on North Caddo
street coIin tnat there are
some very bad children on Ik at thor
oughfare who make a practice of
pouncing on smaller children aud
beatiug them up in a brutal manner.
Ye-derday a little fellow incurred
their displeasure aud was sat upon
by two and beat until be was bloody.
If such conduct is not punished by
parents there is nicely to be trouble
that will be trouble.
FORTY UARRELS A DAY.
Harris & Bunuo. Erin Tenn.
manufacturers of tho celebrated Ki iu
Lime say they have great faith iu
Drummoud's Lightning Remedy for
Rheumatism. Oue of their principal
coopers was laid up with liheumatism
until induced to take Di'un.moud's
Lightning Remedy. After taking two
bottles he went to work aud has
since been making Forty Barrels uer
day. If vou waut this remedy rend
$5 to the Druinmond Medicine Co. i
48 Maiden Lane. New York and they j
will seud to your express address two
large bottles enough for one month's
treatment. Agents wauted.
G ENEUAL CONFERENCE
Methodist Episcopal Church Mem
phis Tennessee. I
For this occai-iou the G. C. &. S. F.
will sell on April 30 to May 3 inclu-'
sivc round trip tickets to Memphis
rcnnn for oue fare $16.15 for the
rouud trip good to return up to aud
including May 31. For full informa-
tion call upon or address
L R. Mason Ticket Ageut I
Aril more I. T.
Tbe oil mills were closed down Thurs-
day for the season. This mill has
been a blessing to our farmers and to
many laborers. ' It has made money
for its owners and made money for
our farmers. It is only a sample of
what manufacturers would do for us
if we had more of them. Hesperian.
General Assembly Nashville Tinn.
For the above occasion the G. C
A S. F. R'y wili sell tickets ou May
13 14 and 15 to Nashville Tenn and
return at rale of oue fare $23 for
he rouud trip.- Tickets good to re
surn until Juno 4 1894. Call upon
r address the undersigned for fur-
ther information. This rate is open
tor all. You should make one more
trip to the old home at this cheap
rate. I. R. Mason Agent.
The ladies of the Christian church
will give a pic social tomorrow night
first door north of Coleman's drug
store on North Court street. Admis-
sion. 10 cents. A cordial invitation
is extended to all to atteud. 23 2t
. FOR SALE OR TRADE.
The following property located in
the town of Springer I. T iz.i one
half interest iu cotton gin and saw and
gri-t mill iu good running order; oue
store bou3e 18x36 feet; one billiard
table bar and fixtures; one store
house 12x36 feet; two resident
houses each three rooms and lots 200
x200 feet each; will be sold or traded
at a bargain. For terms and por-
ticulars call on or address at c-iice
J. S. B. A POLL a s
23-1 w Ard more L T.
John B. Carroll a well known ho-
tel man of Tullahom Tenn.. is in the
city prospecting with a view to locat
ing tic has a numoer of aqnaint-
ances here who are loud in their
praises of him as a gentleman
and a first class hotel man. We trust
be may be successful in securing a
desirable location and cast his lot iu
the metropolis of the Indian Terri-
tory. . '
An active agent in ' each county in
the United Slates to solicit subscrip-
tions for the Twice-a-Week Republic
A liberal commission will be paid to
hustlers. Add ws Snpcrii.t c'nden f Cir-
culsiiou Tb Kentii.'i'f V. f ?-"
THE BUS" DOLL
At the Bed Store
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Read and Bee. Mrs. Wiseman has
put in a nice line of Millinery Goods
and will sell hats at just about one-half
tbe price yon pay at regular millinery
stores. Every put chaser of $1 worth
of millinery goods will have a guess
at a jar of beans; the nearest guess
will get the big doll free. Call in and
Remember tbe Red Store is still
knocking old man credit store clear
out of the ring on groceries and no
A fresh line of vegetables at the
Iry a gallon of pure rock candy
syrup at the Red Store.
Fine patent flour at $1 per sack at
tbe iced Store.
E. S. Wiseman Prop.
STORY OF THE CIRCUS.
Howe & Cushing Gave a Creditable
Howe & Gushing' circus exhibited in
t-hi city yesterday and ;ave two verv
creditable performances. The"show
i hotiglr not large it gay vivacious
and far above the average. The base
drums have as much tune as Bar-
num's aud the side show attractions
are plunged no deeper in the sear and
yellow leaf than when tbey advertis-
ed for au opeuiug.
The street parade was good and
was witnessed by large crowds.
The ring performance contains
mauy new ana excellent ieatures.
i his is a bold assertion to make in
behalf of a circus but it's diamond
The tents were packed with people
at both performances and every body
seemed pleased. Among the special
features were Miss Blanche Reed
bare back rider McCree Brothers
acrobats aud the Stillwell tfrothers.
The circus people are all courteous
and accommodating and will meet
wih success this season. The press
agent is a geuial mtm and endeavors
to make patrons comfortable.
Taken as a whole Howe & Cush-
iug have out a good show which is
deserving of patronage. Guthrie
If you have a head ache sick
stomach or nervousness try a glass of
coca-cola at Cream Bakery at 5 cents
per glass.! 23 2t -'
j . .
Now that the ununified man has
gone his jplace has been taken by the
petrified man. said to have been dis-
covered in Oklahoma. It is thought
he is one of the Kansas sooners whose
gall burst ed and converted his flesli
Bos m Sword risk Can Ficht.
Captain Amery of the British
schooner Origin reported that while
on the lest outward voyage from Eng-
land thej vessel was attacked by a
swordfish whose sword penetrated
the half and broke off as the fish at-
tempted; to withdraw it The fish
then turued several somersault and
disappeared as if -either killed or
stnnnedi by the force of the shock.
The sword left in the skip meaaured
eighteen inches. Before Newfound-
land was reached the vessel made
over a fpot of water and the crew are
of the opinion that if .the fish had suc-
ceeded iin withdrawing its sword the
vessel would have foundered. -
Her Patbetlo Wans.
Mrs. Iachbald had a child-line
directness and simplicity of manner
which combined with her personal
loveliness and halting broken utter-
ance gave to her conversation which
was both humorous and witty a moat
comical charm. Once after traveling
all day in a pouring rain the dripping
eoachman offered her his arm to help
her oat when she exclaimed to 'the
amusement of her fellow-travelers:
"Oh no no! Y-y-y-yon will give me
my death of cold!. Do bring me a-a-a-a
la 1788 Oabrielli one of the most
beautiful of women and magnificent!
of sopranos demanded 8000 ducats
salary frrm Catherine the Second .of
Eaasla. The empress objected that
it was larger than the pay of a field-
marshal. "Then let your field mar'
ahala sing for yom" retorted Gabriel It
Hon. C. E. Dubois United States
Commissioner at San Angelo Texas
ia Id the city visiting Mr and Mrs.
W. B. Freeman.' This is bis first visit
(o Ardmore and he is most favorably
Impressed wish the city sud eountrv
feneraTJyi . - . .; --.
JUST ARRIVIED ffi W'S iii M(i
?"SBrre3 pears jigs apricots fine lino
m pickles vsaiices. chow:dhdw; Horse rad-:
id isH arid everything for .which the abe:
- . tite could -ish cbristaritiy brt hand;
Q(TO0 CUES COCOA OIL
we keep m stock Eagle brand mi
fixated pineapple chocolate lolled j$
yaw a uib or an it id as ana rock candy o -drips.
Come today. Prices will suit voth
OUR TERMS'; ARE SPOT CASH.
t. M: rtisMARdsclri
(Capital Stock 150000.)
WHOLEgAtl!AND RETAIL' DEALERS ifl '
Li Hie Cement isfc&j-
Ardriiore irid; Ter:
NOTICE BOAIID OF TRADE.
Owing to the fact that a number oi
the members are absent from' ttiil
city and that Wellington Hall will
be otherwise occupied the meeting
of the Board of Trade will not be
held tonight. Due notice of the
uext meeting will Be given throtfgh
There Is Hope for Thoss Afflicted With ft
If They Take Courage.
Let those who are haunted wih
ntspicions of heart disease and ' even
those who have good reason to 'caovv
Chat they are suffering from that in
surable malady. tae coarajf.i from a
ihort story told by the late Sir Andrew
vlark in the course of a clinical lecture
tt the London hospital.
After reminding the youn? students
f the necessity for cant' on in the
"prognosis" or forecast of ths pro
gress of this disease Sir Andrew went
m to relate an anecdote of the house
governor of that very hospital a cler
gyman who was about to be married.
His intended father-in-law came to'
him and said "You see you have got
no money sir; you must go. and get
four life insured." At the end of the
medical examination the physician's'
iaid to him: "We cannot accept you."
"Why?" asked the astonished house
governor. "Oh we would rather not
say." "But" he said "I have never
been ill in my life" and Indeel he
was a sturdy fellow. "Well" said the
physicians "if you will have H yon
have (rot heart disease. "Heart dis
ease? flow long shall I live? Shall I
live f or sue monshs?" Oh yes" re
plied the medical men "you may do
He went home and the match was
broken off. lie wrote to the conamitr
tee saying that a he had a mortal dis-
ease of the heart and coul I not live?
for six months he withdrew hi appli-
cation for rooms wherein - to' dwelt
with his wife. On the reeeipt ot this
letter the committee deliberated and
said: "We must superannuate him
poor fellow; and as he has but six
months to live we win let him have
his full pay." Accordingly he was su
perannuated upon his full pay and
npon this supzrannuity said blr An.
drew he lived for mure than fifty
Overheard in a streak .n.r TVi.
doctors can say what they please bat
a anow it i jns nym In tbe face o'
tiatnr-to brine a babv tin
There's Mary Jane Riley's babv; she
triea bringing it np on milkman's
milk and U last and diH t
onthebralsi"'yr :2 V
.The mayor id itia eapaeity of regis-
trar of marrfafres put the usual ques-
tion ft bridegroom: "Jules Esprit
Hauler do yon consent to take Made-
moiselle VfctorlDO-Engenle Lamoer
hrew present. ; to be yonr wedded
"vifeT A long alienee. Then sud-
denly as if awakening from a dream
the young man said: "Beg pardon
goor worship wars you speaking tr
Mr. Jontisyrepresentlng tbe Scarf)
& O'Connor Company of Dallas deal
era in printeralsupplies Was in the cit
this morning and gave tbe Ardmore
I ite a plcasaat caft. r '
S01P FOa HE cii
. D Q RIGHAFBSON
Has returned to Ardmore" attd is
prepared to furnish the public
with the beSt of bfeact pies and
cakes. Parties' Bupplifes & Special-
ty.' Fffee delivery. Next doOr to
Maxey Arnold'?; Wfest Main St;
AND NOW GOMES
Adolpti Louts that old watch and Jewelry.
Hiakvr wbo used to hold forlli in John. Alaxani
der's drug store v an J .tells na he .will boy and
sell new snd Becon4 hand goods froni.a needle
to an anchor and will do a general brokerage;
business fake him jotjr work and it will os
as belore. ft eat slain' Street at the Hed Sign.
Adolph Louis Broker:
Fifty-eight fourth-class post-
masters were appointed fester'
Senator Teller is itrenglf in'
favor Of the income tax" feature of
the pending tariff bill.'
The Indian appropriation bill
baa been Com. feted and --Will be
reported to the House this Week;
The Senate further dircussecf
the tariff bitt yesterday' S.natof
Dolph Concluding his speech;
Representative Hu'tches6"n.. had'
an exciting' controversy with 8er-grant-at-Arms
Bt'ighi of the Sen-
ate which- nearly resulted se-
riously; It was atfuiet day in the usually
tui bulent House a good portion of
the Hvaaion being devoted to a
clingy of the fate (senator Gibson."
Quite a stir has been' occasioned
in the Senate by the introduction
by Senator Gray of an amendment
tU the rules Which i calculated td
shut off time-killing speeches!
See D6uglaB - half page ad .of
the Mcl jvli property in Wis .Issue.'
Colonel Dodge in a recent book tells
: a story about a well-bred' Englishman
a visitor in' this country who was. fsd-
by bis Amsriean oooslns Vconstaatly
on that oorifeetlo'n'yclepl Washington "J
pie.". One day after he had been fed;
too much of tha epafeetiohi . he M "
aneomfortable. Instead of growling
and grambllng and alloding to the
blasted dimatA like the . proverbial
EajVishmsn of fiitionffj1 taeelily and '
qviietty remarked; "Doubties Oen-
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