Oklahoma Daily Journal (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 218, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1891 Page: 3 of 4
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1'HB OKLAHOMA DAILY JOURNAI, FRIDAY MOKMINH. .U'NE 12, !H91
June Clearing Sale of
Summer Dry Goods.
Everything of the
latest styles and de-
signs for summer wear
at from 40 to 60c on
the dollar. Just about
half of real value.
20c riatiues go at 8Jc.
Fine French Ginghams 1 i c,
sold everywhere at 25c.
Organdy Lawns 10c, would
be cheap at 15c.
Elegant Kyber cloth and
Challies 74<- worth 15c.
10c Challies and Satines go
Fine Zepher ginghams 12 ic
Wool Challies, latest styles
and colors, 174c.
An immense stock ul' white
goods and all kinds of Sum-
The Great BARGAIN SALE
of the Season.
Bargains in Silk Umbrellas,
Parasols, Fans, Gloves, Cor-
sets, Hosiery, Handker-
chiefs, Ribbons, Laces, and
$6,000 stock of La-
dies, Mens and Child's
shoes at manufactur-
ers wholesale prices.
Paden Bro's. $2.50 shoes go
Paden Bro's. £4 turned shoes
The largest stock of Ladies,
Misses and Cliildrens Oxford
tie3 in the city. See oar
prices and save money.
A Full Line of
Rochester, N. Y., Fine
Kid Shoes,"B" to "EE"
last. The only perfect
fitting shoe m tiie city.
We have a choice
line of Mens and Boys
custom made calf, don-
gola and Kangaroo
shoes in Bal, Congress
and Ties. We sell them
Men's fine shirts and
summer underwear a
The Great Bargain
Clearing Sale of the
See our prices to save
Pettyjohn k Co.
136 JVIniii Si.
ittiiuuiiijjjjjiri a ivBio,
Special attention given Contests before U.S.
ltooms It an>l 4 Mussel t Hloek,
Olflct in Overholser Biook, Grand Ave
nuc, Oklahoma (Jitv. I. T.
OfTtee—North si l«- California avenue, between
Hroatlway and Santa Fo. Oklahoma City.
J. W. QIB33S,
ROOM i WILL nriLDINO.
D. W. 01111)8, F. A. T. A. Consulting Arehiteet
I LdfllOUOO, 11 ilOdll G.
Attend t oil I.eual liusim ^of nnv
T. M. Concannon, of Idelah, brought
in from his faint yesterday, a sample of
corn which would make the farmers of
Kansas, Iowa or even old Illinois open
their eyes in wander. It was a couple
of stalks over seven feet high and as
thick as the wrist of an abje bodied
man. its color was that of luminous
greeu which corn takes on when it is
its thriftiest ami means business, and
altogether it was such a sample as to
create enthusiasm in the beholder.
Mr. Concannon, who is a man of un-
questionable veracity, says he has a
field of 80 acres of such corn and that
these stalks were nothing hut a fair
sample of the crop. The old gentleman
overflows with enthusiam regarding
the country and the prospects, and says
he never saw anything like it. Oppo-
site his farm is the lifty acre wheat
lit Id of J. li. Jones, which is the won-
der of the country. It stands so thick
on the ground that a hat thrown on it
anywhere in the Held will be held up
and it is feared when it is cut the re
mains of several persons will be found
who wandered into the wheat and
could not find their way out. lie and
Doug. Porter have it in partnership,
and will cut it next week. (Jood
judges say it will go 40 bushels to the
The Cherokee commission will pro-
ceed to Wellston today or tomorrow to
begin negotiations with the Kickapoos
The commissioners believe they will be
successful in their negotiations, and so
do a great many others who have
talked with the Indians; but those
thoroughly acquainted with the Kicka-
poo character say there can be no tell-
ing what they will do. The Kicka-
poos they say delight in deceiving peo-
ple as to their tribal affairs. It is
thought the money they see their
neighbors, the Sac and Fox Indians,
getting will stimulate the allotment
sentiment. The troop of cayalry which
is to act as the commissioners' escort
arrived from Ft. Reno yesterday.
The Canadian river at this point has
been higher the past week than for
many years. Much damage to crops is
reported ylong the ugly stream. The
railroad washout just below the Santa
Fe shops grew to immense proportions
Saturday and several times the track
had to be replaced around the caving
bank. Sunday immense crowds were
attracted thither to watch the construc-
tion crew repair the damaged road,
and until the gap was replaced Tues-
day a transfer had to be made from all
passing trains. The track north of the
station was only slightly damaged, but
it required quick and hard work to
save it.—[l'urcell Topic.
Mr. (\ A. McNabb received a letter
from lie v. A. V. Francis yesterday
which stated that his mother died on
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. II,- started for
Itenfro, Canada, with the body, in
company with his brother, it being the
mother's wish that she be buried at
her old home. Mr. Francis will return
next week. From the Muscatine Jour-
nal we learn that Mr. Francis' mother
was sixty-seven years old at the time
of her death. Her home was at Ken-
fro, Canada, but she had been visiting
for a few months with a son at Musca-
tine, Iowa, where she died.
The Noah Rich case has not been
acted upon yet. Judge Clark has
given him all the time necessary to se-
cure aftidavits for a new trial. He has
filed four or five affidavits, one or two
of which exactly corroborate the state-
ments of Itich, and the others are in-
tended to impeach the testimony of the
governments witnesses On the other j
hand the government lias introduce'!
more than a dozen affidavits to
strengthen the side of the prosecution.
The new testimony has very materially
s' i • : ! I .-!!'•
Iii commenting upon the evidence in
the Jackson-IIenry lot contest, Mr. j
Jackson informs us that the Journal i
was in error as to what he had testified
concerning his entry into the territory.
The Jounx a l statement was that Mr. •
•lacksou admitted getting off a freight'
j train between 12 and 1 o'clock on April j
-J, 18SP. He says he left the freight;
train about 1:30 in tho afternoon. It i^
not the Journal's intention to niTx '
tip in these contests, but it is due Mr. I
Jackson that the statement be cor-
The firm of llacon & Marrinan has1
J been dissolved, Mr. Bacon retiring on I
account of his health. Mr. Marrinan
will continue the business, which has 1
grown to line proportions under his
management. He is an experienced
liquor dealer, having been in the busi
M'ssfor many years, and always recog-
! ni/ed as a fair, reliable dealer ami
j handler of good goods. That he will
I retain his tine trade and still further I
extend it is Certain.
An impii sion lias gotten abroad!
thai the county and city boards Of
health were engaged in a conflict oli
authority, but such impression is alto-;
gether erroneous. The two boards will j
work in harmony and will make an 1
honest endeavor to get the city and !
country in the healthiest condition pos-
sible. The public health is of too much j
importance to quarrel over.
—Parties intending building will do j
. ' ■ ..
lumber yard, on the corner of Third
before purchasing their j
is an extra fine line of
splendid assortment— |
ed by contractor
I builders, and will liguro your bills at)
II he lowest living rates. The best stock j
in town to select from. 7-12t i
CITY AND VICINITY.
—All goods fresh
,md reliable at
Go 10 the social Friday night at the
—Repairing promptly and neatly
lone by (J. Goehring.
—Wetzel has now on hand some line
cherries and gooseberries. 20-tf
—Two good house? on the hill for
rent, enquire of W. s. Field. G tf
—Wetzel keeps all kindsof frenh ber-
ries. Main street, south side. 29 tt
He sure and go to the M. K. church
for ice cream and cake Friday evening,
Misses Mary and Annie Shields went
to Newton, Kansas, yesterday to visit
A woman at Gainesville lias sued her
divorced husband for the recovery of
her false teeth.
—llananas, oranges, strawberries
and pineapples at Wetzel's. Main
street, south side. 29-tf
—Rig stock of window glass just re-
ceived at Flousel's drug store, corner of
Reno and Broadway. 6-tf
—Lost: Silk umbrella with large
oxidized silver handle, return to this
ofllce and be rewarded. o-tf
C. E. (iile and Nancy Spurgeon, who
live near Edmond, were married yes
terday by Judge\Steward.
For runt:— Several nice rooms on
Main street; suitable for office or resi-
dence. Inquire at this office. . 3-tf
For sale: The best span of horses
in the territory. Weight 1,350 each.
Inquire at the Journal oflicc. 10-tf
Dan Philips went to the Sac and Fox
agency yesterday. He took Mrs.
Walker and the children over.
—The Main street laundry guaran-
tees good work at reasonable prices.
Give it a share of your patronage.
—Hot. cold, vapor and steam baths at
the Grahd Avenue barber shop. Every
facility and convenience at hand, ltf
—Two residences on the hill to rent.
Also two lots on Broadway for sale at
- 00. Sandford &Bro,« Equity build-
—Leave your order for bouquets at
McNabb's feed store and they w ill be
delivered at any hour and any .place
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heard will go to
Boston about the middle of July where
Mrs. Heard will, complete her musical
—Wetzel's ice cream parlor is always
kept in order, and you can always be
serv« d on short notice. Main street
south side. 20 tf
—Go to the Grand Avenue barber
shop for flrst-class work in every
branch. None but the best workmen
Ry improving a little at a time the
military quarters at this city have been
made as comfortable as many of the
—My store room is for rent. Both
floors. It will be moved south of the
Choctaw right of way on Rroadway.
I.C. Cuppy. ' 17-tf
W. II. Robb. brother of J. 0. Robb.
the deputy marshal, was in the city yes-
terday visit : , Frank Harrah, who is
an old friend.
—For white pine finishing lumber
end shingles call on the T. M. Rich-
ardson Lumber Co., corner of Ilarvey
and Grand avenue.
Lots 0, 10 and west half of 8 ir« block
•to in Oklahoma City, for sale. Inquire
of Major Leach or address Wm. A.
Monroe, Purcell, I. T. i7-tf
—The Ok. Floral company are pre-
pared to furnish llorai designs for any
occasion. Leave orders at greenhouse,
Chickasaw street or at McXabb's store,
II. A. Booth, foimerly with the
Guthrie Getup, later with the Guthrie
Capital and recently of the Times in
this city, has secured a position on the
Douglas tii1 jeweler leaves this
morning f r St Louis, to ps.. chase
goods. It is safe to say he will speak
many good words for Oklahoma City
during his absence.
The Choctaw contractor is working a
good sized force of men and teams on
the cut east of Rroadway. Over on the
reservation the grade lias been made
wide enough for three tracks.
Hon. Sidney Clarke returned from
his visit to Lawrence, Kansas, yester-
day. He says the crops in Kansas are
brightening up wonderfully now that
the sun can shine once more.
A. II. Classen was down from Ed-
mond yesterday. He says that the
way the trains run on the >ant.i ! ■
makes it very inconvenient for the Ed-
mond people who desire to visit the
The past four days of sunshine have
added fifty per cent to the cotton and
corn crop and has given an opportunity
for the harvesting of a third of the
wheat crop. The cotton in many
fields has grown a foot in the past
W.R.IIenry vs. A. F. Jackson, in-
volving lots 2r and 20, block 68.
1 dissent from the finding of fact and
law by a majority'of 4)>e board in the
above entitled c In my opinion A.
F. Jackson was the legal occupaut of
lots 2" and 2< % block 13, at the time
said lots were entered by board No. 2,
long prior thereto, and at the time of
the hearing. Ry a careful review of
the evidence I can not find that the
said Jackson is disqualified in any way
as a townlot claimant. I am positive
that the evidence does not show that
Jackson violated either the letter or
spirit of the president's proclamation,
in relation to entry into Oklahoma
territory, nor the act of congress of
March 2nd, 18S9. It appears to me
that he acted in good faith in his occu-
pancy of said lots and is entitled to a
Edoau N. Swkst,
Member towns lie board No 2.
A Good Sober Gentleman Wanted.
Portland Orkqon, June 6, 1891.
I)kar EdItou Journal:—I suppose
you will be much sui,r.8ed to receive
sueh a letter as the one I am address-
ing you, but I hope you w ill not de-
cline the favor I ask of you. lama
poor working girl, working at starva-
tion wages. I am tired of working in
a close room from one year's end to the
other and desire to seek relief in mat-
rimony and 1 hope you will publish
these few lines:
"A respectable working girl, good
looking and a good worker, would lH:e
to correspond with a sober gentleman
who can support a wife. Object, mat-
rimony. Inclose pjstaga and address,
Miss Ethel Russell,
P. S. Hoping you will not think I
tun asking too much I remain
Very Sincerely Yours,
Dontal Board Meeting.
The board of Dantal Examiners
which met Wednesday adjourned last
evening after a two days session of
hard work. The full board as far as
appointed were present. The board is
made up as follows; president, Dr.
Dean, Oklahoma City; secretary. Dr.
Peoples, Guthrie; treasurer, Dr. Nich-
olson, of Ellieno; and Dr. Jcnney of
Stillwater. There were ten applica-
tions lor license, most of whom had
practised the required three years,
which entitles them to licenses with-
out an examination. In order to allow
a couple of the applicants to return
home on the early morning train, the
board held an all night session night
before last, for the examination of the
The board willlmvt again on June
20th to sign the licenses and tran act
other business which will be brought
before the board.
We will ofler to the public one of the GREATEST opportunities the
people ever had in Oklahoma to purchase a suit. Having
bought too many summer suits, we take these
means ot disposing of them for
$8, $12 and $15.
YOU CAN OKT ANY SUIT ill the HOUSE!
1st Table, Your Choice, $ N worth $ to $12.
2d " " 12 " 11 " is.
3d " " " 15 " 20 " 25.
Remember, These Goods Must Go in the Next 30 Days
Giving everybody a chance to dress up and celebrate the Fourth.
Come early before the sizes are bi'oken and take your choice
for 8, 12 and 15 Dollars.
(Broadway, Next to First National llaiik ISuilding.
; and Robin*
j lumber. II
! everything i
always follow the
always is to be fo
sold the cheapest
Vle ii out shopping
Towd, for the crowd
nd where goods are
For dry goods and
you will always 11 nd
at Pettyjohn & Co's,
Boot & Shoe Cobbling
JOHN C LKIIEW
California, bet Broadway and Rob is
and flullolti1 the trmlf <>f tlx* public.
Otiarnntet* r« nl worK -unl n ti- -ml | ri
< nil and <••• him should ron have am w. rl.
his line. No new work dune—re|ut; inn;
The letter published elsewhere from
Miss Ethel litis eli, Portland, Ore., is
11 • . ■1 ■ ■ ■ , 1 • V !('.!. \
means business Her letter is written;
in a good hand, well composed, and we I
certainly hope this will be the means I
of securing her a good husband and a
i j good home.
L. F. Cramer wants tho-o who have :
1 stable manure to remove from the city
to call and see him at his Main street
1 ofllce. Ho will pay h ^nothing to have
1 j manure taken to his farm-
The regular meeting of the C. L
C., will bo held at Mrs. C. JJurke's on
east Fourth street Monday evening,
June 15. The following is the pro-
lioll Call—Items of interest relative
to the Chautauqua assemble s.
Walks and Talks—chapter XLXLIU
—Miss Mary Young.
Classic French Conr: h Mngli.-h,
chapter XVI-XVII—Mrs. c. Hurke.
Table talk—Is the aristocratic life in
England as extensive as formerly .-
Paper—IIow the coal beds weie
formed S. IJ. Conk.
Short talks, Voltaire as a man It.
Q. Hlakeney; Voltaire as a writei
Critic, U. G. Young.
—Police and U. S. deputy marsha
badges, New York metropolitan police
whistles and a new assortment of jew-
elry, chains, watches, etc. liacrn &
All who wish to goto Guthrie to-!
morrow with the base ball boys will
please notify W. 11. Jenuison in orJ
that excursion rates maybe seemed'
—We are making special low pric
in ladies'men's and children's Oxford I
ties. We are headquarters for shoes, j
See us on shoes and save money.
Pettyjohn & Co. 7 fit.
—The "Famous" clothing house will 1
"i 1 ' • Mtui.iiiy, ti:.* No oltl Hhopworn bankrupt stock. Guarantee our goods to lie
13th, in the building « 1 1 1
JSollsiiiger & Sons
DiwlorN in Fnnoy and Staple
GROCERIES and QUEENSWARE
We have a full and complete stock.
io door north
the International hotel. A splendid
stock of goods. 10-8t
Suits were ordered for the baseball
boys through Gilpin «S: Flick yesterday
morning. The suits will be black
throughout, and the boys have adopted
the name of Pirates.
District Attorney Speed, General
Marry P. Clark, Hon. W. P. Hackney,
Col. Cal Orner, Hon. W. II. Merten
and W. II. Menmath came down frem
Guthrie last evening.
The hotels were so overcrowded
ninlit before last that one \ isitor to ti e
j city applied to four hotels before h<
I street. 10-3t
Messrs. McNabb A: Frantz have be-
gun the erection of a new greenhouse
lOsxlS, on the flr.4 lot \\ •• it of Mr. Mc-
Nabb's residence on Chickasaw street.
They will bo ready with a fine line of
plants with whieh to stock up their
—E. W. Oliver is now splendidly lo-
cated in his new quarters in the Pevton
building, and is better prepared than i The new clothing store in the build-
ever to do first class work. The ap-' ing north of the International hotel
artrnents he now occupies were de-1 will be opened for business tomorrow,
signed and built e pecially for his work. \ W. J. Wood, form ii!> with the Dutch
Mr. Oliver is an experienced and sue- Store, has taken a position with the
cessful artist, and w itb his present ex- new firm, and Ins many friends will
cellent facilities he is prepare ! to get , flnd him just the same old genial, ac-
out work which cannot be t xeel led. lot f jcommodating clerk.
At a meeting of the trustees having
charge of the West Oklahoma contest
held June 10,1891; it is resolved that an
assessment of $2.o() on each lot is here -
by made to defray expenses of the pern i
ing contest, in all cases where said
assessment is not paid within ten day
from this date the certificates held b>
parties in default w ill b • declared can-
celed and forfeited. All certificate
holders who do in t desire to pay said '
assessment are entitled to have refun- j
tied to them the amount heretofori
paid by them on presentation and sui j
render theircertilieatcs to the trc -j
urer on or befogs June 20,1891.
J. E. Levi:, Pres,
J \V. Davis, Sec.
Mrs.Can's R moval.
Mrs. Carr has moved her millinery
establishment ibto a room two door-
east of Wiil, We Icmeyei. Clay & Co*.-
store on Main street, and ill a few day --!
will open oat the finest s'.ock of goods |
in that lineevj; ; iowii in Oklahoma
City. She has well earned the reputa-
tion of being tlx tastiest and most
"'••lish trimmer Jn Oklahoma, and al-
ways carries the l.ne tand most stylish
class of goods. The best ladies in tin-
city are her patrons, and her trade ex
tends to all tin neighboring towns.)
I)on't fall to c*: 11 am' see her stock, and
you will purchas if yon de i.ea in-
coming hat or, bonnet ol the latest
Winfleld Chan autjua Assembly.
To parties w i lling to attend the
Winfleld Chant:.aqua assembly to be
held at Winfleld, Kansas, June 2H, to
July a. Excursion tickets will be sold
at the rate of one f;tre for round trip.
Tickets will be sold June 21!, to July l'
inclusive, good to return until and in-
cluding July 5,1891.
A. W. DiMIJAM,
Agt. A. T. & >. F.
The liohemi in llaml bo\ -i will give
an American dane at John HrabeV
hall on Beno avenue, on Saturday !
I night June 13th. (ioo i music and good
[order. All are invited.
was able to secure abed. More hotel
room is badly needed.
—The way to find out where goods
are being sold cheap is to notice the
name on the parcels that people carry
home. You will flnd that most of
them are from Pettyjohn iV Co. dealers
in drygoods and shoes, 180 Main
Attorney McMartin yesterday re-
ceived notice from Washington that
I pensions had been granted to Richard
Thompson and Geo. E. Ellis, 'i'h • for-
mer gets $8 and the latter $12. Mc
is having good success in his pension
—Ilol/apfel \ McCartney hnu open-
ed up a leal estate ofllce on Grand ave-
nue next to Winningham's building.
Will do a straight comim -sion busfne
and will give sp- cial efforts and atten
un to property the
All parties wanting
a.le real estate or p<
ease call en J. II. Hi
Irug store in ti
The Best on the Market.
Our prices accord with the times and
we allow nobody to undersell ds.
We respectfully solicit your patronage and will
Orders Delivered in All Parts of the City.
ls7' Don't Forget the Place.
l<" Klein Building, Grand Avenue.
For lie next SI X i'V I>AN S this space will be devoted entirely to proclaiming
to the public what can be bought in the line of
Field, (ilanlen and Flower Seeds, Hants, Etc.
McNABB'S Broadway Store.
A ci i load ot seed has already arrived, fresh clean and reliable, and still
I ■ 'i'* i• i loljow . '1 lie large quantities which | purchase, and the fact
that I ;tiii a jobber in that line, enables me to sell at lower figures and give you
' ' i '«than any other dealer in Oklahoma Ti r. Call and be convinced.
O. 1. McNabb, Ag't.
Broadway, south of Main St.
but it hi
o clock last evening the win
[e suddenly and f< r awhile
if a cyclone was impendinf
w over without doing an
xcept blowin'g ihwn a l<
\treme warm weather lu
promote these storms.
Notice of Dissolution.
Oklahoma Cri v, June 10, 1801.
The partnership heretofore existin
he twee 11 J. II. llacon and Lawn in
Marrinan. under '' <• linn name at
style <>: lia< «>n .Marrinan, is this <la
dissolved by mutual consent, Lawreia
Marrinan having purchased Hit- entn
interest in the business, which will I
continued at the same place 1 y J.aw
rence Marrinan. All outstanding ;u
counts will l e receipted for by eith*
member of the linn.
J. H. I a< o\.
La with. \< i; M A Itltl n \ s.
• oi al.r and uetail dkalkitb in-
* m her, Shin ides,
W tar. i * ■ to Save Our C astoraers Money
on All Bills.
To the pnblii
in the firm t
that I am obi
B icon iV. .M in i
i made m\ i«-
i the past.
' pit bin
Main Street Laundry.
J. II. Donaldson h h establisl
1 OKLAHOMA CITY OIRT
With the Choctaw, Water Works, Compress,
and Good Crops Assurer3.
ELIASQN & CLEGERN.
(';m makr scl
I n >ni tlieir I;i
■ sutv to double
! list <if REAL
in n short time.
prices. Family washings a specla
and satisfaction guaranteed. ()ne ti
j west of Arkansas Lumber yard.
Opposite Grand Avenue Hotel.
Axel Swanson, Merchant Tailor.
A FULl. LINE OF SAMPLES ANDGOODS TO MOOSE FROM.
Hr t i 'uttar .'ind Finest Werkniau in the City.
Willi O. A. MitBe'i* r A t'o. Opera House IJIoelt
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