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niiui"! lu i 1 1 v i 1 1 J f i . i i 1 V i Jau:i!DAJiJllI 6 Li.- .,.J L w L LJ I LJ v-' L v L J LJ " L..J L .J i i n i ii m ii n NUMBER 5. GLUME I. ARDMORE, CHICKASAW NATION, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1833. - IVV, y MAC v . 1 a HE ARDMOREITE, ,&iver.inc Paper and Sunday Special CHABL.ES ICe.SSKI.EKJ D. P. CLOYD. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE TIME TABLE. SOUTH BOUND, j No. 1, Express, . 4:43 a. m. No. 9. l'asseneer. 6:13 p id. ns. No. 13 Local Freight 2-20 p NORTH BOUND. No. :V Express, 12:10 a. m No. AO. Passenger, J.0:20 a. m No. 14 .Local Freight, 1. p. m. ARRIVALS- AND DEPARTURES OFU. S. MAILS. South bonud mail closes 5:45 p. m. South bound mail arrives 6:13 p. in. North bound mail closes 10 a. m J orth bouud mail arrives 10:20 a, m. Night mails are closed at 8.30 p. m. Money order department is open at 8 a. ni. and closed at 5 i. m. Office hours frcm 8 a. m to 6 p. m. ; Sundays from 2:30 p.m., to 3:30 p. m.' John b. Ham KB, 1. M. i "j , Summeehs Hardy, Deputy.- TO THE PUBLIC The Chieftain has discontinued jheir evening edition and sold the , circulation and good will to the Ard moreite. Those of the subscribers to the Chieftain who wish to continue the same to the Ardmoreite will please notify the carrier' or make it known at our office. Respectfully, IVESSKLER. CLOYD & Co. TO THE CITIZENS OF ARDMORE The Ardmoreite, having purchased the evening Chieftain, will hereafter Iwi an ivmi!iiw nanp.r mid Smiil.iv ilk 1 J, morning. We will come out every day Llu-the week except Saturday even T the Sunday morning paper filling the place of Saturday evening. We respectfully request the patrons of the evcuing Chieftain to continue their 'subscriptions to the evening Ard moreite. With the circulation of the two papers combined we start off with a first class .;irc:ulatiou for a city of this size. The Ardmoreite is purely, as its name Indicates, an Ard more paper, ruu tor the interest aud entertainment of Ardmore. D. P. Cloyo With this issue the Chieftain dis continues its daily issue, leaving the field to its new contemporary, the Anlmoritc. which ' will give the people of Ardmore a live local daily, Daily Chieftain has been a little more than self supporting, but as au all-the-year-round pecuniary venture it has not been a success. Its publi , cation iuterfers greatly with the Chickasaw Chieftain, our weekly, editorially and.-otherwise. With its 'UionAnlitinflilfta stiff fC Tl t! PTfl O.SLTt PI- ybectthe Chieftain to get back to fts "oldtwing' editorially, and it will c oetterana stronger ia evei way. We wish the Ardmoreite a mccess ful carcer'and hearty support, Chieftain. It is perhaps needless for us to add that the Chieftain would not have re tired at any price if it Lad believed that the Ardmoreite was not worthy to represent the people of Ardmore as their daily. The Chieftain was abundantly able to have contiuued ' the publication of a daily in spite of all oppositions, money, or anything Ise. There is not an editor, printer, r newspaper man that has seen a copy of the Ardmtoreite but has at once pronouced it tho best 4,aily pa per published in the Territory. In the states, wherever it has been seen, the press is unanimous in pronouncing is a paper of which any city could be justly proud. We aro not blowing otfr own horn but simply giving jrpo the facts as they are. A Kentucky paper tells of a three ai chlld of Ixckprt Ky f VchokVd to death by swal- 5?iL pr ije n coffee. S f If Esgl.vsd, including 4,000 idle clergymen, has 2,000,000 out of employment. The old-fashion dictionaries de - rive "luncheon" from "nuncheon" or "noonchun" the refreshments taken at noon when laborers desist from work to shun the sun. Why not put it the laborers desidi. from work to shun-chun the sun-chun. . While the Ardmoreite is purely an Ardmore paper, run by, for, and in the interest of Ardmore, yet it is for the rights of the Indi- ans and wants to see their ; inter- ests protected. It is for the right, a God grants it to see the right, under any and all circumstances. MoonshinixQ whiskey ; is re ported as going on to a large ex tent in Texas. That accounts for the weak and sickly growth of the vegetable imported into the J erntory irom that state. Fcr goodness sake sunshine it or raise .t , u; it under sunsniue. Anything to make it stronger. Tiieee is always some agitator who pretends to know more than anyone else bow affairs should go in the Territory, and who is al ways ready to impart his knowl edge to thse who have not had an opportunity to learn better. Sup press this element and discord among the Indians would ceas'e in the five tribes. Politicians and amenders of the Indian's laws and the intermedling "Johny-jump-up" would-be-editors, make themselves rediculous duiing the sittings of the various Councils of the Terri torv. Theee :b a certain amount of crankiness, religious fanatcism and supertition in the world. Every man, like a brave coldier in an army, should bear Irs part, and combat the evils of this life as he has found them. The strong in intcliect frequently dodge liefs duties of this kind. They are cowards in a great battle being fought around them. The brave man of a religious temperament is covered with wounds and scars, Jike the veterans of every war. But the coward, fully armed for battle, stands oy'and laughs at his wounds, in the personage of those who shun their religious duties to humanity and their God. Some of the Creek language is very beautiful and easy to learn. Parts of it convey in fewer words much more to the intelligence than the Engliph. We speak the language to some small extent. For instance; the words: "Kitslocks,' means "I do not understand you." Totka fire. Weewar water. Hum bux mi-hox chae Come less eat, or come to dinner or supper. Ilinks chae Good morning, good evening, or how do you do Iligee tobacco. Solocco horse. Bolocco Becco mule. Tuckallegga bread. ' Biswar greese, or butter. Ide jimpka ado I climbed a tree. Pinwar, turkey; toloso, chicken; fu ja, duck; chufa, rabbit. There are many other words and many beautiful legions, and strange manners and customs, also animals, birds, and botanical features of the Creek Nation,which the Ardmorite will present you in the future; You can have the Ardmoreite placed in the post office to yoar ad dress or delivered by carrier.- Ax Arkansas paper sayer "A Little Rock girl is said to knead bread with her gloves on. That's nothing we need bread with our '8hoes on, with our pants on and ; wjth our clothes on. We need it badly too, and if times don't get better soon,"' we are likely to .need it without any clothes at all ion; jjow i3 the time to' subscribe !anfl advertise in the Ardmoreiteif yoti expect St. Peter to recognize jyou , when you approach the jgolden gate, j j A bm ha3 been introduced in congress providing for the sale at : public auction of all Indian lands !that, ma.v hereafter be opened to unit IH TV r. T ft Tl SI Q V " v . A a ,imU in :,.,, nM.r ibe limited to eighty acres AXIL.- jtam. This will give the moneyed man a preference over the man who ihas no money. Money will buy ail the choice lands, that is an evi dent fact. It is evident also that the poor man will have no chance whatever to purchase the good land, and it is a very, very evi dent fact that his chances for the inferior lands will be equally as slim providing the man with nnney choses to make it so. If congress cannot devise some bet ter scheme to open Indian land than to open them up to the high est bidder it is better they remain idl?. It i within the power o our American congress to legislat' homes within e;isy reach of ever true American in want of a home, and it should b done. Those blatherskites who are continually pushing bills befare congress in the interest of money and mon eyed men should be flung in the rear of a mule, between the handles of a plow to fight poverty until they learn how to legislate a little nourishment and life's liquid within reach of the poor. THE CITY- Dust. Dustro. Dustrce. Dustri. Dustrum. Du-tler. Dustiness. Sacd in your gizzard, Dust in your craw. How I hate a cyclone. Said a Cbicknsaw. Heap .want rain, come too late, Dust, more dust, Language iuade-quate. A good many mustang ponies iu town. Numerous blank forms for sale at this office. 1 Cotton still pours in. Ardmore always pays the beet prices. "VVe need an enlarged and improved depot. Bill Stone, of Gainesville, is in Ard more. Judge Hardy sick. is said to be very II. II. Pennington is making some Nn proveinents on his residence. John Mcrris, of McKinuey, Texas, is here on court business. Take notice of the law card ot JAckson & Kendrick, two of Ard niore's most popular young lawyers. Pleaso notify this office by postal or otherwise' ef the arrival and de parture of friends, births, deaths, sociables, festivals, receptions, etc. Alfred Edwards has gone to Brownsville, Tenn, where he has gone to meet Mrs. Edwards. They will be home shortly. Tom King, the alleged female horse thief, iB at liberty. . Tho jury of Oklahoma county failed to return; an indictment against Thomas aud he was liberated.- We havo blank permits, crop mort gages, cotton seed blanks, and various-aether blank forms, which we will sell cheap. A terrible wiad 6torm which blew the dust like the drifting sands of the great American desert, swept oer Ardmore yesterday morning. The Ardmore Board of Trade can be of much value to this paper and the city by funrshing alt its move ments to this paper for publication. The cotton yards "are blocked, the f i i -m -t . I compress is oiocKea ana, to use a uantical piece of phraseology, the compress is chock-a-block with cot ton. City water works will in all proba bility be put in Ardmore duriug next summer. The advantages from lire, to say nothing of any thing eke, will justify the city in this more. Plenty of money in "the banks lor the purpose of buying cotton and all other country produce. Ardmore is now regarded by tho planters as one of the best markets, to either sell or purchase in the west. Ardmore and the trainmen of tho Santa Fe are justly entitled to a switch engine aud an enlaged and improved yard and depot facilities. No city in the Territory does the work and shipping of Ardmore. "Popper," said an Ardmore boy to his pa. "What's a bronco? "A horse my sou." "Well" is that why people are loarse, when they have brouchetis." -Run on to bed, my son, you are a horse on me. Motherto Ardmore boy. "Har ry is the worst boy in school, Archie, and I want you to stay away from him as far as possible." "I do, ma. He stays at the head of our clnss all the time!" We call the attention of our patrous to the advertisement of John Canna van. He has purchased the stock of goods formerly owned by Thos. (Jor ley and will always be glad to have his friends call and see him. The merchants aud business men, and Board of Trade will fiud the Ardmore markets elsewhere. Take a pride and interest in your markets. It will keep and bring you trade. Vieaso nil out any blanks in market table and notify the you r Ard - morcite of changes. Some of our citizens would fiud it very profitable to them if they would invest some money iu rent houses. They are in demand. People want ing to locate at Ardmore are com pelled to wait until they can build, as there is not a house in town to rent, - I It -you don t believe Ardmore is growing every day just take a stroll about the city aud see the large lium ber of new dwelling houses that have been built in the last month aud the number now being built, and you will be conviuced that Ardmore is the place. COURT PROCEEDINGS. J. M. Wright had a littie atlray and paid a tcner for his fun. Jim Hurston run the sandy on somebody, and paid $25 for giving away to his anger. Frank Houston raised a disturbai ee and was assessed $20. George Bowers "toated" a gun and paid $50. John Holmes and Jerry Standfield had a scrap- each are $15 worse off than they were before the mill. Jim Cobb Was fined $25 for assault. PhiHip Brown, who was charged with larceny, was dismissed for like of evidence. Dan Thomas concluded to sell some motgaged property. The law caught up with him and he has to serve one year thirty days m the pen. Moral. It pays to be a peaceful and law abiding citizen. i Consult the city sanitarian, O. S. Baily, at Hall & Ryan's drug store, bouth Main street, in regard to any wovk in his lino you may nee.t tf DIED. Yesterday mornlnsr. The little 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodson. : We extend sym pathy to the bereaved family. ; An Arumorene tcus ot a lauy wno foo,ooo. bought a ne w-fangled coffee pot from I The" Kavajo Indiana are great ahep ft neddler. In the evetiiniSKhe showed ' herds, nnlike most redmen. and are it to her husband, a hardware dealer, who told her he kept the same thing in his store for half the price she paid. "Well," said she, "why don't you advertise? Nobody ever knows what you have for sale. A judge, who now resides not a thousand milefe from Ardmore, in crossing the Irish channel one stormy night knocked against a well-known witty lawyer, who was suffering ter ribly from sea-sickness. "Cau I do auythiug for you?" said the judge, "Yes," gasped the sea-sick lawyer, "I wish your lordship would overrule this motion." . t Will some onrpentcr call at the Abdmobbitb office? ; See onr bus! boss manager or call at the office for terms for page advertisement. . llarshaw sets the best table for the least money of any man in town. t-f Go to Harshaw'a for your meals, only 25 cents. , t-f The Ahdmobkttb intends to give the people' of Ardmore a first class paper in every shape iu th e near future. We call the special sttentfon of the pnblie to onr job office. Wo are prepared to do job Work at as low dgures, aud ia nicely as any office in town. While atteuding court go to the Cottage Home Hotel for a square meal. tf. Go to the Cottage Home Hotel for a gocd square meal. tf. O. S. Baily can be found at Hall & Ryan's drug store. South Main street. Mr. Baily is city sauitarian It may prove cheaper to employ Mr liaily tnan a doetor. n3-t J. H. llarshaw, the deservedly popular restauranter, comes out in an advertisement this morning, those who seek your trade will often be found treating you more courteous than those who do not. By mistake ol the Western Union Publishing Company, we have a cast np for a page seven column paper. This page is filled with choice reading matter and illustrated. " We can use it only as a eupplimcnt to the Afdmoobitb. We : wiIi st'" opposite page to it for cost of labor ' t0 "Dy Ardraore flrm ani1 rua it m i suppii- j jii'-ui, me urm uBixjg lb tor an advertisement. The page may be seen at this oilice. Ii. 8. DENNEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW SOffie over First Nations Bank. Ardmore, 1. T. CAMPBELL, JENNIGS & WBST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ardmore, I. T. 8Ssy-Office up stairs near the court , house. JACKSON & KENDRICK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fiSy-Office up stairs jut across the street in front of court house, Ardmore, I. T, A UUtakn About the Tribe. At the trial of a breach-of-promia ease in New York city, a police-constable was the defendant Durins the impaneling of the jury, defend ant s counsel examined each of the jurymen to ascertain it he had any prejudice against policemen ae such. He presst-d his examination clo&aly, and brought forth a protest and ob jection from the plaintiff' counsel. "Many people look upon policemen as Ishmaelitos," explained the de fendant's counsel.: "Have you not made a mistake in the tribe P" quickly interposed the plaintLa's counsel; "you probably mean Efittitea." A Bad Memory. ! Patient I have been rubbing ml feet with brandy for several ' weekw and still there ia not the BHghtesJ improvement Doctor What ass recommend you that sort of treatment? : f Patient Yourself, doctor. MUCrf IN i-fTTLE By tb death at eight relative ia month, Ban Fraoclaco Swedish4 woman baa soma to at fnVtamo n Baid fLk7 a afiHoa ehee near Flagstaff in Arizona. Copy for advertisements la Mexican' newspapers has to have government stampa thereon in proportion to the space called for. Mexican, tax laws are ingenious. About twelve yeafs agti Judfre Den ny at Oregon imported eleven Chinese' pheasant from China to Ma state and turned them loose. . TherVs are 1,003, 000 in the state now, sprang-trout these eleven. At Attalla, Ala., as Joe Moragne prepared to get in bed on one side, a' large blacknake. ayardloug, crawled off the other side. He succeeded ia killing it, bat excused himself from sleeping in that bed, and also in that room that night ' A fiah wa caught in the lake at Heilbroun, Bwabia, la the year 1497 which haa a bras ring attached bear ing record of the fact that the same' fish bad been caught m the year 1S30 and released after having the label affixed to its body. , Andrew Spengler, a brave Newark, S. J., man, lifted a manhole cover anil dropped into a sewer la that eity in search of a Wear-old bo he had aeeor disappearing down an inlet, and auo ceeded inr finding and bringing the child to the surface. Rattlesnake hunting ia ii profession in Connecticut The snake hunters' go armed with a staff from six to' eight feet long into the end of which is set a sharp' Steel blade eight Inches long. By a dexterous Swish" ot his"' lance the hunter severs the snake's head and the game is hia A marriage, in which both the bride and groom were over seventy years old and grandparents, Was solemnized in 2?ew York lately. y-'Tbenames of the couple were Conijad fornawela and Mrs. Catharine BvllM Fie year i ago they intended gttjgiiiarried. DOt- vs:idoned the; Uiem thinking themselvestoo old. j Thy :.r uld not,- howevev, lave apart Hind recently ro considered theirs detroxv'Jo, marriage peing the result 4. ONE NO'AKD another. AstroBoriers agree that we are mov-' ing through space, but the direction of the movjement is better known than? the pace. The rate is sometimes aer down as thirty miles a second. A rare bird in this country 1s the "African Snake," which is owned by resident Of Monroe, La. The bird ia' web-footed, and was swimming among the findevs ducks when captured. Old garden flowers are coming into4 fashion again, that is, the flowers that are to be found in old gardens, like' hollyhocks, marigold, bouncing Bess, phlox, dahlias, peonies and the com moner Varieties of pinks and rosea.. On thjb side of Old Bag, a spur of the' Blue Sidge mountains, near Lurs,y, Va., alont three-fourths of the way up its riia glows a strange and bean-' tlful light Every effort to reach it o to solve the mystery has failed. A new-fangled Austrian cigarette tube contains a glass compartment ia the middle. By placing blank sheet of paper, which are negatives, In the glass part and smoking a few min utes, you find printed on the paper the photo of an actress. A red-headed Znlu who was doing a' big collection business in the ohurchee of New Haven on Snoday, . was ar rested,5n one of them on a complain?1 charging him with being the only heathen the funds ever reached. HV is known variously as Borneo' Mnske go and Tippoq Tib. "Rheumatic rings, ti," fa the legend on a card that lies in a tray of lead colored rings displayed by a New York jeweler. The belief that such' ringa protect the weaver from rheuma tism hae a pretty strong hold upon ay part of this community. The rings, according to those who deal in- then are made of seven metals. WITH THE WITS. "Do yon believe all that talk abon( Benton's being untruthful" Bangs No; he's the soul of honor. I wouldn't believe otherwise If he told me hlm aeli. Custom :r, to lane lady of the lion" I trust -.ae egga used, for th1! omelet were perfectly fresh? Landlady Ohl yea, air; .the eggs were laid especially fer you. Hills How are you succeeding as an amateur photographer? Hulls Capitally. I have taken seventeen plates so far, and only sixteen wer failures. f 1- "A business-man, thirty-two' yeatol of age, desires to make the acqua1n- tance of a lady with a view to m itrl- mony. Ago, beauty, reugionj charac" ter, nationality and fortune' are of nor trnseq'aeuce.