El Reno Daily Eagle. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 1, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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Mayor—C. H. Hobart,
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NOTK'E TO SUBSCRIBERS.
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..................W. C. Ronfrow.
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Attorney Cleneral........A. Galbraith.
AaaiHtant Attorney Oeneral.. . Rov Hoff man
U. S. Attorney.................Caleb K Brooks
U. H. Marshal...... . ■.......K. I). Nix.
iuf Justice........ ..............Frank Dale.
( Henry W. Scott.
...... Jno. II. Burford.
A social Justice:!. . . A llu.r,.r
so, OKLA, All EBAY. TOO. I. W
Probat! Judge—Jno. H. IMt/.er. Trcanurer—K
l. :'! ir >. ( lerk W. J. Cla,rke. Sheriff T
R. —. County Attorney—A. J. .IcnulngH.
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pr.itfter - t’c .--birr, M. A. Gould. County tir
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OKLG. 4*. lcS94.
‘TEXAS’ OR THE
DE1G. 5 AN 13 6
Donald Dominie’s Famous
‘‘Napoleon the Great.
‘‘The Wonder: of Western
‘ Columbus and the Exposition’
Reno Pont No. 1.1 (i. A. R. meets at Huffman hull
every Saturday night. All comrades invited to
tend, W, Muzzy, Com map tier.
ner. (i. R, itroboek; 8
Burnout*: 4tb ward,
trie?. City Clerk
E. Stilwel). „ ...
City Marshal — L.
error; 2nd. ward, M,
Ini ward, M. Barn a by, .1 T.
... jleury Lumwii, W. ,1. Mon
Win. McHugh. Police Judge
City Attorney—D. \V. Tul
* J. Htoneinau.
S. K. C.
K. of P, it c, tit lc.:,t
Jai ’ ’ •
Canadian Encampment No. 3 l. 0. O. F. met
cry second and fourth Friday. Joliu
’ickv, C. I’. /. K. Dryer, Scribe.
MOR tPSON s
•— • -c-: . 'jsi'A v4. - v-A -.a ymrnr
CHOCTaVLOKLAHOMA 6l gulf
No. 2••-Pa^nenger going East ..Il:05 A. M. :
No I—Paaaenger going East . • ■>:5d P. M. i
No! «-Passenger, on Sunday......11 -W A. M
No. I—Passenger Arrives from eat>t.. 9:5b A M |
No! :j—Passenger Arrives from east. 1:5rJ P. M.
No. 5—Suuduy Mail and Acccom’u II A H i
J. C. CHRI^iEf,
'•hi. iute of
a i r»> tiH
C R I. & p. RAILWAY.
No. 1. Passenger ...........
No. 3. Passenger—..........
No. 31 Local Freight ......
No. 2. Pas -eut,4r ............
No. 4. P» -"I '.rcr...........
No 32 ! ■ al Freight.
, 13:45 A. M.
3:56 P. M.
1:00 A. M
5:35 P. Iff
8:56 A. M
\V. A. Cooper, Agent.
B ImRTTSc BLRKb,
Attorneys at Law
C ailiau Co. Hank Building.
El Remo, Oel\.
Reb< oca degree, Lodg( No. i
third Friday;-. Mi-. Allison,
Ascension ('ommandcry K.T. W. 1). meets lln-t
Tuesday of each mouth. Otto Shutteo, E. ('.
El Reno Lodge No. 6, K.of i*. meoti overySatm
day evening except the last in euch month.
< harles A. Newman, C\ ('.
Keystone (Chapter No. 9, R. A. M. meet s every
second and fourth Tuesday in each month. W .
II. Brown, II. P.
El Reno Lodge No 8 \ «> U. W
Friday evening. Frank G. White, Iff. W.
Reno Lodge No. 7, I. O. O. F. meets every Than
day evening. George I'. Godfrey, N. G.
El Reno Lodge No. 7, A. F. <V A. M., stated com
munlcatious lirst and third Monday In each
month. W. R. Brown, W. iff.
SCHEDULE OF DAILY MAILS.
MAIL AIUtlVES FUOBt ST. JOBBFII AND MINCO.
From the North..........Daily?. 10:57 p. in.
From the South.......... “ • 5:35 p. m. I
MAIL ARRIVES PROM ( 110CTAW RAILWAY.
—EXCEPT SUNDAY —
From Oklahoma City, Council Grove, Canadian
aud Yukon........................ 9:55 a. m.
11 .05 p. III.
13:00 a. in.
From Fort Rono..............
Oklahoma City ......
Fort Reno..... ...
Liberty and Thurston..
SECRETARY SMITH’S REPORT.
The following extracts are taken
from Secretary Smith’s annual report
CIVILI/SK TRIBES COMMISSION.
“The commission to treat with the
Five Civilized Tribes has liccu prosccn
ting its labors with these Indiaus siuce
its organization in December last, but
nodelinite results have been attained.
Councils have been held and the ob-
jects sought have been fully presented,
but the Indians have been slow to act,
and those in control have shown a dis-
inclination to meet with any degree of
favor the propositions submitted.
While 1 would not recommend action
which would take from the Indians of
the Five Civilized Tribes one foot ol
laud which belongs to them, still, from
the report of the Commissioner , con-
firmed, as it is, by information received
through the Indian Bureau and from
pthcr sources, there can lie scarcely any
doubt that tho time has been about
reached when thu United States must
preserve law and order throughout the
Indian Territory; and if the right to do
this ran not he obtained by agreements
with the tribes, it must lie enforced as
a matter of duty without regard to the
wishes of tho - who control in lln- re
spcctivo tribes. 1 am not prepare 1 to
say that it i< necessary for the govern-
ment to organize the tribes as a Jerri
tory, subject to the same rules and lau
which govern other Territories 11 I
Uuileil Stales, but 1 do feel si
at least the Jurisdiction, without re;..id
to citizenship, of tho United States
courts should lie extended o\er the.
Territory 1 do not mean that ti.i
should take |daee with llie emir: held,
us they are now. m Arkansas andTi \a~
for if nothing more were done, tlu-J
courts .- - odd located within la ^
Territory it a Territory with law-
similar to those of the other Territories i
should be created from the Indian Ter ;
ritor.y, and tin land of the respective |
tribes allotted in severalty to the mem ,
tiers ol such tribes, limitation should
be placed upon tho quantity which !
could be sold by each owner, and thc|
sale should be subject to judicial up- -
proval, aud the interest of each Indian
should bo faithfully guarded, so far as
practicable, in the ownership aud |m-
session of his separate property No
effort should bo made to take the In-
dians' land from them.
The public lands disposed of during
the year by cash sales, miscellam-nu -
entries and selections of all kinds
amounted to l«,:i7?.t!24.72 acre-. In
addition to this 28.N7ti.or> acres of In-
dian lands were disposed of, in a .in,;
an aggregate of 10,40tt,lt'0 ,, aeiv
Tim commissioner npprnximuU t .
vacant public lands remaining at <:■«;
Old.tlKl.Tl acres. This dues not include
Alaska (which contains over .'tiiO.noo,-
000 acres), military and other resen
lions, or railroad and otlu-r select ions
yet unadjudicated, parts of which mas
in the future, by sale or lv-Lot'at;m
lidded to the public dionaiu. The total
cash receipts from the dispo d of put
lio lands amounted to iW.iii l.'.'s... ,lt;
191,list.Oil were received for Indian
lauds. Over 93,000 agricultural patent -
Were issued, granting, approximately,
ft,d4l),H00 acres. Mineral, mill - in ami
Portl patmitt were Issued to the number
Of it42U. About patents were is-
sued to Imi in’ for nllotments or
lions in sr\ ; ally, mverity lftl.l'1".1
acres, l’atents of all ( lar-e-• I';”'' '
during tba yi r covered about
(HU acres, a d .-reuse from the pmvd
ing \,- o f " -I 000 non ..
WICHITA ANI> FORT WORTH.
For the North.
• “ South.
1:44 p. m.
12:15 a. iu.
FOR THE CHOCTAW RAILWAY
For Fort Reno..............
Yukon and Oklahoma City.
Canadian, Council Grove and
Oklahoma ( ity
0:55 a m.
4:50 p. in.
R nS.FDEN GE
A. T, &. S. F. RAILWAY.
LEAVE OKLAHOMA CITY, tiOINO SOUTH.
No 403 Tesas Express .........
No 407—Oklahoma Express......
No 430. Accommodation —
No. 406—Chicago Express.....
Nu. 408 Missouri River Express
A. W. Duniiam, Agent.
DR. J. B. ADAIR,
18:35 A. M
8:10 P. M
3:45 P. M
4:31 A. Iff
2:10 V. M
8: tl» A. M
Office in Jensen Block. Residence o\\
South Barker Avenue.
Telephone from reoidencc to Sycaiued' DrugStot p
DR. A. L. ENGLE,
(iEO. XV. PILLOW. T. B. REID.
PILLOW & REID,
Attorneys at Law
Room !), Canadian Bank B’l’d’g.
I courts of the T
Practice in all courts of the Torritory. Correa
Liberty and Thurston
Arapafioc........................ 6:00 a. in. |
CHOCTAW RAILWAY—LEAVES SUNDAYS.
For Fort Reno................. 10:05a. la.
“ Oklahoma City.............. 11:00 p.m.
Mail made np for night trains at 8:00 p. m.
All mail loaves thirty minutes before train tira«.
Office open dally except Sunday from 7 o’clock:
a. m. to 6:30 o’clock, p. in. Sunday from <r.;vj to
11:30 p. m. WM. REDDER, 1*. JSC-
PRANK IP CR0STHWA1TE.
Attorney at Law.
Townsite and contest cat-c^ a specialty. I hi
land (iepartment of my office is conducted by the
late chief of the townsite and central division ot
the General Land Office.
1320 F grt. N. W.
Washington,_ D» C’
great rock island route
teSTc. ' j
In. @ tire ®
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
FRANK G. WHITE,
Attorney at Law.
Fiactice in all Territorial and U. S.
Courts of Oklahoma.
Crowe Building, Second Floor.
E. J. SIMPSON,
Attorney at Law
OHSee, Canadian County Bank Building
El Reno, Oklahoma
C, H. CARSWELL,
Attorney at Law.
Practice in all the courts of Oklahoma
and the Indian Territory.
Special Attention to Chronic Disease*
Office: Rooms 13 and 14, Central Block,
EL RENO. OKLAHOMA
El Reno, Oklahoma.
B. F. FISHER,
] ustice the Peace.
North of Eagle Ollice,
El Reno, - Oklahoma
H. A. FRANKLIN,
| ust ice the Peace,
Ollice on Russell Street.
El Reno, - - - Okla.
J. D. CONNELLY,
U. S. COMMONER
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
F. L. EWING,
Graduate of Kansas City Dental College.
Bridge work (or teeth without plate)
Canadian County Bank Building.
Room over Crowe's store, El Reno. Deeds auff
mortgages drawn. Pension claims u specialty,
Charges very reasonable.
J. S. & a! L. NICHOLSON,
Over First National Bank,
EL RENO. OKLAHOMA.
B. F. STILL,
The First National Bant
El Reno, Oklahoma.
Capital, - $50,000.00.
We do a general banking business: arc protected by. the only absolutely
I burglar-proof steel vault in Oklahoma, in addition to the finest burglar-proof
j time lock safe, and are prepared to take care ot our customers and ftiends
Directors —J T. ALLISON, ROBERT MARTIN, <1- W. DIXON, C. L.
SEVERY. E. F. JALONICK, B. F. STILL.
-*• VI-.-* ;jy
TO THE EAST.
BEST OINIHB C«R SEnvtCE IN THE WORLD.
The Rock Island is foremost in adopt- j
ltig any advantage calculated to im-
prove speed and give Unit luxury, safety
and comfort that popular patronage do
mauds. ., It a equipment is thoroughly
complete with vcstibuled trains, mag-
nificent dining curs, sleepers and chair
couches, all the most elegant, and ot
recently improved patterns.
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em-
ployes are important items. They arc
a double duty—-to the Company and to
travelc -and it is sometimes a task
dint o' accomplishment. I’assen-
ii3 line will find little cause
for > uipk. inton that ground.
The importance of this Line can be
otter understood tf a short lesson in
grupliy be now recited.
What is the great Eastern termini of
the Rock Island ltoute?—Chicago.
What other snl)-Eastern termini lias
Peoria. To what Important points
docs it run trains to tho Northwest?—
St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota,
and Watertown and Sioux' Falls, Da-
kotu. To what important Iowa and
Xebra -points? Des Moines. Daven-
, t, Iowa: Omaha and Lincoln, Ne-
Great Rock Island Route runs all
. ;:tar trains to Englewood suburban
Shi, eh-;- to World's Fair grounds,
>; can avc time and trouble by
•rct.lngoff at that ji;tint and avoid the
\,d in the city.
For full particulars as
I i -1;- , ictus, tpplv to ant'd
i ,«Me, if, Mi? 1 Tilted State-
=:-ThB Model Barber Shop*
•Springs. Stills 11
First National Bank Building.
EL RENO, - - OKLAHOMA.
-• ' -
V V‘ ■
1 DMA Ot
i- ore, 111
The Finest Malt nml SjiritooB L'miios.
1, RHOADS & CO.. Poors
Opposite Postoffice. EL RENO.
© MOST POPULAR SHOP IN THE CITY. ©
JACKSON BROS., Props.
DAVIDSON & CASE.
l ------—IS THE l’l.AC! T GET—— —
1 “ R Finest Rigs in the Gity
J SADDLE HORSES.
I'OMt’KIN** 'Ir-' -V t
I WADE STREET.
HI NO OKl.AHOM A 1 ' •* .......
ALSO FINE SADDLE HORSES.
EL RENO. O T.
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Diven, William H. El Reno Daily Eagle. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 1, 1894, newspaper, December 1, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913374/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.