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THE CITY DTE "WORKS
nr. h. m'coy,
- Real Estate -
Ovor Whlttlngton't. .
At Mm MfFArUni!' inth of
iVt t.iTtjf Stable, Ardmore.
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t Satisfaction Oaarant (! 1
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Guaranteed Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper Ever Puh.hhjiJ in thi Indian Territory.
AKD.MOKK, CHICKASAW NATION. FltlDAl', AUGUST 3, 1804.. "
pi4 W ,j
WAS HOT THE MUST.
go Say Jdg Bor Rr.UntTk.
Vladloator. Tka HaraM
Bafora tka War.
Ardmore I.T., Aug. 2 1894.
Kditor Ardmoreite: 1 ce In yoiu
n-tirr of.tulv .Mint. that you wulii
"'"pnssciolou of a copy o( the 11 Mt tmpcr
printed In the Choctaw or Chickasaw
nation; IhatJ. II. Mrore wa editor,
anil Hie paper bore the umim oi the
"Vindicator" mid wa publlahod ot
New Hwtgy, C. N. lu 1871. 1 will a
grec with my friend Carter that it
was the llr.st paper alter the war cud
ad, butthe nr.t pape.t,cver printed In
tun Chickasaw or Choctaw nation
wae printed, at old Fort Washita In
1857 and wan known an the Chicka
saw and Choctaw Herald. The patent
published lu the Vindicator was also
funiinhed by me to the editor of the
Chickasaw Chieftain several years
ago.probubly inaiiy of the old citizen
remember the time. Dr. J. II. Moore
was an old ooldler mate ot tnlue dur
Inir the late war; anil died several
out. U'c Icaru from a reliable aouree
that the killing wan purely a caa ot
iclf defenne, but Mr. Noah U afrnld
that the gang of urgr1"'" w'o Hvr
uear him will kill him It hi where
about' are matio known. Thee no
groc are a hard et, o we learn, and
It would bo a good thing if more ot
them wcro transported to the other
shore lu the aaiuo manner.
Premature balduc may bo pre
vented aud tho hair made to grow on
heads already bald, by tho ute of
1 1 nil's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kcuow
Today linn been loo wet for the re
porter to get on tho street which fact
be oilers as sutlieient apology for any
mortage which may appear It) the
way of news matter.
On each Friday and Saturday dur
Inir dune, July, and August, thero
will be on shle, round trip tickets
from Ardmore to l.ampHgaii, Tex., at
a rate ol $6.96, good lor six days.
I. K. Manon, Agt.
A mad hog created quite a furore
of excllciiicut this morning o South
Caddo street by clinking the workmen
AS OTHERS SAW US.
Paul Vallerite'. Opinion
..r..rlu MM,., rulit.l nliililftl wite L-ll
years ago at Atoka. lr. i. v. roiiin,t and ,,eace rciorcll
of Ardmore wa a bruthcr-lu-law ofi
his. I merely write this to show you
that the Vindicator Is rather young.
It. U Hoyd.
ltemcuibcr only euch medicines
were admittod for exhibition at tha
World's Fair as are ncceptcd for use,
by physlcaiis, lu the practice of med
icine, Ayer's Sarsaparllla, AycrV
Cherry l'cctoral, and Ayer's Tills be
ing Included in the list. They are
stnndard mediclurs. lw
.rtlTl and Entertainment.
"TiTo "Iluds ot l,roinlse"ortho Meth
oiliHt church will give an cutrrUin
incut Friday evening nt 8 !lo at Mr.
J. T. Ab-xatitlprV. Tho airalr promises
to be ono of importance. Quite au in
torcfiting prog. qui will bo rendered
by tho children; nnd ice cream and
cake nerved, the proceeds to be used
to improve the Molhoditt church.
Mia Ueula Arncit, ot Franklin,
Texm, arrived last night, and is the
puost of her sister, Mrs. C. K. lleaslcy,
SIim will liavii charge of the inter.
mediate department In the Ardnmre
graded crhnot coiiitiienciug Septem
tier 8 She is a lady of three years
experience lu tho nubile schools of
Texas and is most highly recommend
ed a a teacher.
t'nl Vallrj t'.nlrrprlie.
We lu company with several others
visited Arduiore the. inelropll o( the
Indian 'territory, aud mingled with
the great throng of people who were
thero to celebrate tho seventh anni
versary of that city on last Saturday.
It was grand and the crowd of peo
plo was Immense. Tho number of
proplo was estimated all the way
fro n'l tell to twenty ihousaud. It wa
a grand sight to seo the throng ol
people nn Main street wending their
way towald the park. The barbecu
ed meats were line and in abundance.
Thero was a grand trades display oi
the cutcrpiiaiug buslucss firms of that
town. ' The number of courso was
small as tlio enterprising tlrms are
few compared to tho size of the
town. Dancing aud drinking hokuy
pokey were tho lavorlte sports. Tho
in Austin's blacksmith shop to retreats ,m , KnII10 ,uo cveiiliig was very
good and tho Ardtnorc team was
badly beaten by tho Not man niiio.
Howover it was a good gaino on both
OAK CLIFF COELEOE.
llrown I!ro. will open n full lino of
diniuouds, watches, clocks, jewelry,
silvurware, etc., on or about August
10, iu WUnur Hotel. t 10
Stolfa, tho tailor Is prepared to ou
sure the latest styles and best tits to
be haii iu tine suits. Call ou him in
Ceutrni Hotel building. 24 2w
Memphis and Return S1S.15.
On account ot tho semi auuiial
meellugoftho Lumber Mauufactnr
:rs Association nt Memphis Tenu,
August 71 h to 10th 18UI,the U. C.& S.,
F. Uy will sell round trip tickets to
Memphis aud return at one fare
($16.1A) tor thn rcund trip. Tickets
on sale Aug. (5th aud 7th, good to re
turn until August 12th only,
Call upon or address the undersign
od for lull inlormation.
I. II. Masou, Agt,
K. M. Held iufttrms tho Ardmorclto
that ho coutemplatas removing his
immense stock of dry goods from De
catur Tex., to this city as soon as ho
can provido additional room for their
reception. Iu securing htm and his
entire business, Ardmore ("-ores a
most important achievement
A number of show case and a
quantity of assorted paints lor salo
regardless of cost at F. II. Solder's
drug store. 26 tf
Notice to Debtors.
All persons Indebted to me for un
dertaking aud otherwise, must come
forward and pay me, as I have been
aB lenient I kaow as any reasonable
man could ask, aud In justice to my
sell and creditors, who has patiently
borne with mo I must earnestly ask
you to help me, an I did you in a
time of need. Thanking all for any
laror. J. S. 11. Amu, ah,
2 2t Uudortaker.
Think of it, lots in tbcFerndalo Ad
ditioti ing the vorduro from $20 to
$100. Sec half page ad. 2 tf
Had Sat of Negro.
: rsnls Vtllf j Enurprl&e. U ,
Tom Noah, who shot and klllad a
egro cast of hero last week , Js. etUl
Ardmore graded school will opeu
Sept. 3, in King's Collrgo building.
Itatcs of tuition made known on ap
plication. I'atrouugc solicited.
C. U. Heasley,
3 lino l'riucipal.
There will bo an exciir.ion Sun
day next from CiiiiucHville to the Can
you, under the auspices of volunteer
fire department of that city. Prepar
ations font tiuo time have been made
the realization all of which is a fore
Nerer Ml a Chance For a. Good
Life is too short, and those fortu
nate people from.North Texas, uho
look advantage ol tlio low rates mnde
bv the Santa Fo to Calvcsiotroii July
21 and W, aro fully convinced that
tliev had a good liuio.
Thetialn was not ovrrcrowilcd and
everybody secured comfortable ac-
comodtitioiis, according to their tie-
lu as much na there were ni'iiy,
who, fur various rensoui, worn nut
able to take advantage of the Saiiln
I'c'rt low rates, it lias been decided to
give ihi'in iiiiollicr clinucc, In taut two
Ou Saturday, August 4 aud lllb,
the (illlf Colorado and Santa Fo will
sell round trip tickets to liiilvcstoo
from ftl! poluiH ou its line iu Texas
and tho Indian Territory, and tint
rates from Ardmore will be!?. Tick
ets will bn limited to return, leav
ing Galvestuu on the following Tues
day. For tho greater accomodation of Its
patrom, tho Santa Fo will run n
special train 1 aviug 1'nrls, Saturday
iiiuruliig, nnd (Jaincvllle Saturday
evening, carrying coaches, free re
clining chair car, and l'ulliaau sleep
ers, arriving at Galvestou, Sunday
mnrning at 8;3(.
Heturning, this train will leave
Calvestou, Monday evening at 6
o'clock, but those who dciro to taku
one more dip iu tho gulf, may remain
until TiicMlay morning tor tho reg
Call on your local agent for partle.
ulnrs us to kchcdulo of tho special
Capt. Whltliuglon we are sorry to
statu Is coiillucd to hi room by a bll
Ions atlnrk no doubt brought abonl
through over exertion in preparing
the park for tho grand anulversnry
cclclirailou' We trust ho may soon
be at his accustomed place ofbiisiuess.
The latest information regarding
the condition of Kdgar Chontc, locu
tion of whose serious illness has pre
viously bcou niado, is that it is most
precarious. The Ardmoreite trusts
there limy be a change forth b. t:r
and that full recovery to hcal'u ni'v
Tho Kegister says Sherman will
have a road to Ardmore within the
uext twelve months. Wo hope so, and
Gainesville will liar n road to the
mines at Coalgato just as soon as
business permits the rcsumvtlou of
railroad building. Gainesville Hes
perian. Knight of Pjrthla.
You arc earnestly urged to meet in
1'oltcrf.fc Hardy's law otllco Friday
eveniug, Aug. :), 1894 at 8 o'clock
sharp. Dullness of great imp irtanre.
W. li Mclvclvy, C. C.
COLE'S SELECT SCHOOL.
m UOSA A V UN UK, DAl.l.AS, TliX'AS.
A Select a Home a School $ for t Boys.
Niiniberllnilteil. Ample grounds. Klrgant home. Studies adjustable
In rediilrMiirnts. hnirlish. I.niln. n..l.l, m.h..i..h. ui.i... n.i.
keeping Pietiographv.ctc., taught. Hoard with the family of tho principal,
J ... """ ""r" meniaiiy, mor uy, physically ami socially. A ToW
g rls will bo ndniltted. Hofcrctice-Jtiilges Scott and West, and Marshal
Slowc of Ardmore. Jncxt session begins Sept. 3, '91. Send for catalogue.
J. R. COLE, A. M., Principal.
Vf'trti' ft.lMil .. 1 -.1 t i.it . , . . ... . ,
; " ii.inivnii'11 irom Kiicnrn in garret, urst class
on) rHriinuiar. Anlluoro atul Territory trade soliclletl.
til reel cars pass thn door.
JOHN LAWHKNCH I'rop.
TORSION NEWS NOTES.
Japan has Issued au ofllcial state-
mout ofhow the Corcau squabblo be
The Governor Geucral of Crete
was wounded iu the head by a would
'1 he Spanish Cousul has telrgiaph
od his government that cholera is ep
idumlc at Marseilles.
The Canadian excursion steamer
Mlowera rau aground offthe Norway
coast, Tho passengers and crew were
Tho Japs sunk the Chluuiu battle
ship Chuu-Yueu and captured two ar
mored Armstrong cruisers in a naval
England has made a tecret compact
with Argeuliuit for the surrontler of
Jaboz Balfour, whoso ability to get
away with corporatiou funds makes
him a much wanted man.
"Nothing Succeed Like Snocess."
The above trito hut true unying
lins been fully tlenuustrutcd by
Onk OlitT College. Tho Oitic
Cliff College Cotporntion begun
two years aio with nn isuo of
only 10,((i;0of thc100,000 Cnpi
tul Stuck uuthomod by ttio origi
nal churer. Tho fr!at success
of the colk-ce has Induced the
sit clcliolderti to nuthnt izu the issue
of tho additional $90,000 Htnclr
for the purclinse of tho proper!; I
including building, furniture,
grounds, etc. Tho purchase hns
been recently consummated, mid
this great institution, whose t?nc-
ijcss nan ustotiisiieU its niu.t snu-
gutiieojupporUTB. eutei-a- upon u
now era of prosperity. Wo Ihu
stockhiildi-rs and pminulgntorfl of
this i'lilerprisa tukc pleasure iu
saying tlmt, notuitlistniuling the
recent lltiaiicial cri-is, this Col
lege hat) been a eihceiH from the
very beginning, nnd wo intend to
make linn iiiHiitininii to Texan and
the soutliweft what Vus-ur und
Wellesley have been to the curt.
The boarding accommodations
offered by the college ore uuequuU
led in the United State?, nnd
every other department will he
put nn tlio hmne plane. A i& 10,00 1
faculty has been engaged for
next year and every department,
literary, music, art, elocution
tnd buHinog will bo Complete.
The tcachtrs in the various de
partments have ben employed
fur their scholarship and experi
ence regardless of cost.
Tho building is heated by Bicam
and wo uro negotiating to i tin
our own olectriu plant, a nata
toriuni supplied with artesian
water hns been addtl. Exercises
furnished by the gymnasium are
rupplemented by ralcsthenicB,
laun tonnis, croquet, rowing nnd
swimming. No other college
offers such advantages for tho
preservation of health.
Miss E. M. G' eon, who has been
elected lady principal, will be
at tho college nil summer aud
will take pleasure in showing
visitors, and those interested in
the education of girls, through
If you contemplate placing
your daughter in school, ull f
nak is, that you visit our school,
comparo it with tho other, and
Scottish Union and National,
London and I.iiucuslilro Fire,
rcunsyivauin t'lrc, -
The gold reserve at the close of
business yesterday was $&.', MO, 163
Light Is breaking ou the larifl sit
nation. The Senate conferees aro be
ginning to wrakcu and as a result a
good compromise bill is likely to be
agreed upon. (Niagara Fire,
ri. rt, i i n. Springfield Fire
lw viiij ii.iiiHi ii I'e.eiitu.iv.r'i IMV
Senate yesterdHV was a dlicusslou as
to the site for tho new Government
The Houso has rejected the Scnnfo
amendment to tho agricultural np
propriatioii bill appropriating $1,000,
000 lor the extcriulual ou of tho Itus
ltcprcsentativn linen, of Mlunrsota
has Introduced a bill to abolish na
Tho cruisen nciiniiigtou with tip-;
Salvadorican relugees aboitid has ar
rived at Acupuleo.
Senator Camden was beforo tho
Sugar Investigating t.umniiltce. He
could not remember ever having
given an order to buy Sugar stock.
The Itnlloy bankruptcy bill lu a ma
terially amended form has been re
ported irom. the Senate Judiciary
The House and Scuato conferee
on the Indian apprnprlatiou bill are
THOS. J. CORNELIUS,
GENERAL -- INSURANCE AGENT,
Places nil .kinds of Insurance with responsible companies- Firo and
Lightning, Tornado, LIlc, Accident, Employers', Liability. I'lato Glass,
Steam Hollers, Etc
All companies represented lu this ngelicj nro old aud tried. You do no
experimenting when we place your business.
Assuis sulllolcnl for all possible contingencies, as tho following list
Fire and Tornado.
Insurance. Company of North America,
llnrttord Fire Insurance Company, .
ermnn American insurauco Company,
Total assets flro Insurance compauies,
Mutual Life Insurauco Company of Now York, 1847
Accident, Plato Glass, Etc. Organized.
Fidelity i.nd CiiNiiallty of Now York, 1876
Employers' Liability of London(asscts iq U.S. only) 1880
Olllce First National Hnuk, First Floor, Arduiore, Its J. Ter.
W. B. LAWRENCE,
Cabinet and job workman. See him.
An actlvo ncent in each county in
the United Slate, to solicit subscrip
tions for the Twlcc-o-Wcck Republic.
A liberal commission will bo paid to
hustlers. Address Superintendent Cir
culation. The Itepubllo bt. Louis, jio
Capt', L. h Btowo went to I'urcvll
tblq.napnilujr on official buslueis.
decide fur yourself. For catN
loguo address the Secretary.
E. Q. Patton, Vit o-Prcsident,
J. N.Simpsox, President.
A. S. LAino Secretary
Hr. Ilonthtisrn,tho veterinary sur
retin, nnd Miss Kato Wheoler, both
of ibl city, were married last erpu-
Sul'Scribn for tho Ardmoreite.
REl'OKT OF THE CONDITION
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
At Ardmore, lu the Indian Terrltot,
at the Close of lliisiuess,
Iitim atul itUcnutits
Orcnlistt'.tccurrdaiiil UDuml.. .
U, H, llomli In (cure clrcuUtloc . .. .
I'reinluma on U. H. bonili . ..
lUiiklnit houtr, liiriiltnra, and fix
Uuu Irom Nstluual Ssuks not te-
Due from state Imnki and liiVri
Hue (turn api-roTtd lewrv aseuU
ChvrlisaiKlutlitrraah ltein .
Notes ol oilier national banks
Fractional !r curieurjr. iilvkcli,
I.iwruLMjsir UssiavalN 1Usk,vii
UxaMender utiles . ,9uuo :i,ioi.oo
Ke-I raptl'iu fund ltli W. H Tteus
urer Aircutol clrc'ilatlou) MJ.ai
Total. . .. iu,ni,-n
Conltal stock ald In I M.000 00
Uur&lus (uud S.SJ0.0O
Uiidhlded i.roBts, l-s eiti-usis ana.
taxes raid "
National Hank Notes outslandliii II.SUOO
Due to o'her Nallinal Banks U0I.C7
i)llln,l. uni.sld JtaiAJ
Indltl'lual deiKislu subject tochek .. M.S11.2?
lllllsnsTable . 10,000 00
LET 'EM KICK!
wo arc selling Roods just tho same. Still scHing
20 pounds stnndard grunulatcd Btigar for $1.00.
Just received, the nicest lino of preserves, jams,
maple syrup, simple sugar and everything the appe
tito could wish for. Try our tea uud it will do you
good. Wo hnve tho nicest- nseortment of canned
irnr.ds in the city. Save money by buying at
Wy.e's. Snitike Liltlo Cuban Boy cigare, aniltry
a Initlle of lrcrzing soda pop. Fresh bird seed in
hulk, also the bone.
M. E. WYSE.
Successor to WILLIAMS ft PENNINGTON,
Ilnving purchased tha stuck of Williams & Pennington at a-Jarce
discount, respectfully call tho attention of the public to tho fact
that I will close out said stock
AMSfcma Am aptii ai rncT cid f Coq
Families, city and country merchants will do well xlo call aad
T 1Kb Jl" I UtD'VI I
I, Oui, It. Ednnrds, catbler ol the above
named bank, do aolcmuljr ynrar tlmt !) aborc
statement Is truo to tbebestot mjknonlcJso
and tietlef. Oeo. K. Euwaalu, Cashier.
Silbaorlbed and sworu tobelort me, thlsJMh
day ol Julr, IWM.
WXAU A. XDOMXiH,
rt A . tiamnions.i
,1 . .veroii,( Iir-tcr
It, J. Willi. ms,
uricu L'ooda before buvinc elsewhere
Wo are daily adding staple groceries to our
Advertise in the ArdmurcUe.
a. a a. a . I . . 1 - 1A
are daily auuing stapio groceries to our biock, oougut
strictly for cash, and will sell to consumers as cheap as any liret
claBi house,, and where full packages aie sold, tho consumer will
have tho regular jobbing prices. ,
Full Weight Guaranteed. Country
Merchants9 Trad Solicited,