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rrn l HE UAKAl h VOLUME I. ARDMORE, CHICKASAW NATION, MONDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1893. NUMBER 9. AMD r THE ARDM9REITE. EveningPaper &Sunday Morning. D. P. Cloyd, Editor. Charles KesSi-jler D. P. Cloyd. GULF. COLORADO & SAJf " TIMETABLE. .' , ,..W ' SOUTH BOUND, . -Ja No. 1, Express, 4:43 a. No. 9. Passenger, 6:18 p No. 13 Local Freight 2 20 p m. m. in. NORTH DOUXp. No. 2. Express, 2:10 a. m No. 10. Passenger, J.0:'-J0 a. m No. 1 Local Freight, 1. p. m. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OFU. S. MAILS. outh hound mail closes 5:45 p. m. South bouua mail arrives 6:13 p. m. Jorth bound mail eioses 10 a. m North bound mail arrives 10:'J0 a. in. Night mails are closed at 8.30 p. m. iionev order department is opeu at 8 a. m. and closed at 5 p. ui. Office hours frc.m 8 a. ni to 6 p. in Sundays from 2:30 p. in., to 3:30 p. m. I .... L " IT... 1 9 Sv'MMeers Hakdy, Deputy. ... I Judge Syme., ex. U. S. Con gressman suicided at Denver Association, conducted on the . "y get our a license, if the. same manner of those of the state,, i c,,ukl e,and t, e Poacher off Th,j enjoyed fighting life's battles to i he u. ueeas more jnaivifii; ilism and fewer partis tn and creed roils. Many hading Divines are in dicting the second coming of .Vhrist in the near future. The Cherokee bonds have at lust con sold. This will juit 7,00VjclJ-v 00 in circulation in the Cherokee A..f me wui.u . uu .from Gainesville (his moving. rent in jursuit ot hajpiness. Vy think it consists in having Cotton took and upward tendency d getting, and in being served j to-day, advancing about seven points ; other?. It consists in giving! Russell Williams went to Davison d serving other.-. THE President has np painted Major Kidd of 1-diana, Mcssers. Daws of Massa- ; usetts and McKinnou of Arkan t a commission ti treat with the F;ve' Tribes. A CiiANK from Idaho is threat-t:-.'.ng President Cleveland. Some I crnk may kill our president im- -i Vining that he is sohdy responsi- 3 for the results of the silvea ;-.3stion. I ruE Pope never exercissd su- -.r imacy in England before the re- mation. He only exercised - ; ritual jurisdiction with the con- of the crown.'Catholicism like deavor - .vthiTior fluf is now fil j y to estao.'isn it stronsest :rks in America. bul- ioc will do the greatest service Ardmore and the Chickasaw :ion if you raise, not the roofs :he houses, but the souls of the c. ple, for it is better that great i. v.Is should dwell in small houses ;-,n mean souls lurk in great h-s6cs. You do not have to own & I :gal title in fee simple to the Iv.r.ds of Ardmore or this Territory f chgage in strengthing these edi- ces and upbuilding this kind of structure. You can do so by pat resizing the Ardmoreitk. You can buy a dollar white shirt tz-r T9 cents at II. II. Russell's this .ek. tf. Have you seen llussell's line of cv-'reoats they are daisies and very C'.3:i;. ' if. There is a movement at New York to encourage marriage. Mar rjages have fallen off at a fr ghtful rate in the last 25 year?. Espe cially have they declined in the east, A marriace insuianco com pany ha. been formed in Arkansas with headquarters at Hoye. It is conducted somcthing-on the order of a life insurance company, par-. ties marrying getting insurance money as in the case of deatn. Lending thir.kvrs of the east ciaim that wealth detracts from marriage and preven's-rr. -They prove their position by statistics. The poor girl ia always looking out for a J home and is ready to marry any ons who can furnish her with one. The American rich girl always pur chases a foreign husband witb a title of some kind. Where she is exceedingly wealthy sdis ia not particular, according to the New York New?, about marriage at all. It is estimated that if marriage continues to dec-ease as it has :n .u . . u. m in connecti m witu the decrease . Gf marriaffes I ' ( is the alarming in- crease of divorces. The Arkansas I movement claims to hae estab lished an institution which will increase marriage among the poor, j It u-ed to be common for a man and . 1 .K getner, ::nd wculu in alter year. Lnast if this conflict with poverty. THE CITY. St?tS"n hats at Russell?. tf. Judge O. Love, of Marietta, is the Engraving of a'l kinds T. II. Parkers, the jeweler. done at t-f .To Ptillliritic 'li!of rl n rl- fnmt lir. 'Sunday morning's train. Joe Cuuningham went to Davis Sunday morning. The churches were all well attend, ed last eveniug. Sinkiller Griffin, is stiring up things generally within the ranks of the col ored population. Mr. S. A. Brown, formerly a ci 3 zeu of Ardmore, but now of Norman, O. T., is in town attending cour'. Mesrs. Pena Art-Lard and Sam Mc Kuzie, two prominent citizens of Leb anon aie in the ciiv on legal business. Ben Stuart a prominent Chicka saw citizen and cattleman is in at teudacce upou the U. S. Court. Judge Hardy continues to improve slowly but is yet far from being his jf0rmer8clf - The old Advertiser quarters are being renovated and fitted p-p prepar atory to the opening of a restaurant. Judge Scott has returned from his trip of recreation and is again presid ing with his usual dignity over the Commissioners Court. Mr. J. S. Dillingham and Dick Choate, good friends of the aimore itk, as all Texians are, called on us yesterday. Jack frost has got in his work for the last two nights and now the green foliage has taken ou a somber hue. G. W. Holder came up from his ! farm yesterday. He reports every- J thing in his locality as moving along remarked very signithcantiy tnis satisfactorily. Cotton nearly all morning that his collapse demonstra picked. j ted most forcibly to his mind the fal- I lacy of the credit system so largely wuuge vuax. i. oman resumea court this forenoon with a full atteud- anoe of litigants. The civii docket was taken up And will be pushed to a tini.sh. Coi. Craveus a noted lawyer of Fort C A 1 ! il A. oiiiilu, Ar. is in uie cuy. w rT tt c t i Dr. W. H. Lrserv. of Lebanon w& . . John Criner, a prominent ranch man is in town. unver naiey or the Lanusav House bar is in town with quarters at the city Boarding house. O. B. Kone, of Wynnewood, is in town telling the court what he knows that it desires to know. Miss Daisy LaFlore of Limestone Gap, Choctaw Nation is in the city visitihg her sisterMrs.Geo.il. Webb, .T.m.. n.. 4l Barnett .house. Marietta, was up jesterday. Hon. c. c. "Potter, of Gainesville is attendiusr court, He has a . number of important cases on the civil docket. Mrs. F- Fitch and Miss Murphy of Gainesville, are in the city, guests of the city boarding house. The streets presented a lively ap- asrenaency. "While attending conrt go to the Cottage Home Hotel for a square meal. tf. S. S. Evauts, Jerrv Washington and Judge Overton Love, all prominent residents ol Marietta, are in town attending court. The Iron Store will sell 5011 dress roods, from 25cts up per yard and ill furnish the latest style of trim n;ngs free of charge, R. W. Fleming one of- Ardmore 's leading carpenters and contractors, will make and have lettered a large ign board for the Ardmoreite. The rickety old stairway leading up to this otlice has been replaced by one safe and substantial. Dout be atraid to come to see us. The Central hotel is the place to get your dinner today. Tur key and Cranoerry sauce. In the V. y. court the day was taken up iu making and arguing motions. Regular proceed'ugs will commence to-morrow. W. M. Savage, a leading business man of Lebanon, is in the city making his headquarters around the court house. The Ardmorite has amoig its crew 1 vocalist whoe abilities we do not wish to be discovered, lest he should he induced to take up with some troupe of singers. Sinkiller Griffin, cur brother in black, is stiriug up the natives, in Ardmore. Over 50 come forward for prayer Jast night. There was not staudiag room in the house. Jeff Gilstrap was called upon to-day to answer to the charge of hog theft. The evideuce being insufficient to make out a case the defendant was discharged. Commissioner Thompson, for the Ardmore court at Purceli and- Pauls Valley came dowu Saturday evening, remaining over Sunday the guest of friends. Yesterday morning three youug gentlemen were out on Main street with their wheels and were moving along smoothly, until two of them came iu collision. Aside from two falls no injuries were sustained. Peter O. Berge had a hearing be fore commissioner Scott today upon a charge ot disposing of mortgaged property. He was disehargeH The defendant hails from the vicinity of Wynnewood. A prominent merchant of this city. who for twenty years has kuown D, - M - Lawrence, mention or whose tau- ure at Wynnewood appears elsewhere, pursued 111 this country. Mr. L&w rencp hud weathered the Storm8 for MrlT . nllAPtP of K ceturv success- ful!y but m;sfortutle OVCrtooK him in j his dediuing years. J The court, attorneys and jurors all ' A . . pre sen i a raucn more pleasing- appear- ancft thi morniuff, due to much need- -- e ,ea recreation during the recess of tholaot fa ut 4 a -n The cass against Arnold alias John son charged with fraud, is lu progress eiurts iuinnsinuer ncoii. inis is ,tbe man c,aiming to have been the jrepreseniaue oi casey as swassey ;otort worth, ty means of which be jdid lan(l ffi ,,,. Jn fha jritory j? r, , tm.x.h- , jtally s,b-1iis father in the arm yes- jterday with a Winchester. The j wound is painful but not necessarily i requiring amputation of the wounded iraemDer- Mamma, said au Ardmo?e small jbov, is it any harm to say cofferdam? j o my son. It is no more h-irm L. . . , . ;tnau to say mill dam. Why do you sk such silly questions? j Cause I saw an old old cow down 'in front of the Chieftain office and I thought she would coff-her-dam old head off. Deputv Marshal. W. B. Freeman, arrested near BurneyvHle two men Sunday giving their names as AVard and Eastman, having in their posses sion nine quarts of the forbidden juice and two ugly revolvers. They plead guilty before commissioner Scott and were held in bonds of $100 and $300 respectively, which they gave. The beautiful and accomplished Miss Cora I add, of the Central hotel, accompanied by Mrs Kitty Kim brough and James M. Boatright, called at the AuoMoKEiTESunoav, and brought with them a most elegant dinner. The dinner was enjoyed heartily by the AHnMoRriTE force. This hotel is becoming quite popular with the public, Capt. John L. Gait who is consid ered authority on cotton receipts, present and prospective, gives the reporter the following estimates on this season in Ardmore: Receipts from wagons to date 14.000 bales which he calculates about two thirds of the crop. Ou this oasis there will be 21,000 bales marketed during (he yar which will be a little above the receipts 01 last year. The Baptist people have struck on a new scheme for contributions. It is plain and simple and doubtlessly will prove effectual. Here it is; strall printed envelopes with directions like a doctors prescription, with blanks for name of contributors the amount contributed enclosed and . provisions for ;he publication periodically of names and amounts. The vital part ot the directions arc "return prompt ly." D.I. Lawrence & Co. of Wynne wood tiled papers ot assignment to day. J. M. Buchanan is named as signee. Creditors to the amount of $17194.00 are preferred w bile others whose claims aggregate $16,275 are included in a general way. Tbe assets are given as follows: Stock of goods $12,000, notes and accounts $25,000 and store house no value placed. This firm did a very extensive busi ness and was considered perfectly sol vent. Failing to collect caused the col lapse. I Judge Stewart handed down his decision th!s morning in the case of 1 Williams and Christie the two con demned Cherokees who sought rellei through the United States court by habeas corpus proceedings. He held that (he men were illegally in dicted and as a natural consequence illegally tried, convicted an ' con demned to death and should be restor ed thei1 liberties. A stay of execu tion was ordered pending appeal, no tice of which was given by Col. Cra- vins representing the Cherokee nation. The cases were ordered aocKetea ana time giveu in which to file bill of ex ceptions. The decision was volumi nous citing many authorities and in terpreting the Cherokee laws under which these meni were indicted. It was pronounced by alias an able doc ument sound in conclusion' ami just in scutiincnt. One advantage Ardmore possess es over all other places in the territo ry is its banking institution, the City National Bank of Ardmore. The gentlemen of this bank are safe and reliable and save many dollars to Ard more and its tributaries, through its just and reasonable rates. It is sate and reliable and of great Impor tance in carrying ou the extensive commerces of Ardmore. See its ad vertisement in another column. It you have anything of a banking na ture to do it might be of interest to you to become acquainted with some of its managers. Go to Harshaw's for your meals onlv 25cenU. t-f Harshaw sets the best table for the least money of any man iu town. t-f The Ardmorkitb Intends to jrive the p.oplc of Ardmore ii first class paper in etery ibape in th e near future. We call the special attention of the public to our job office. We are prepared to do job work at 3 low figures, and as nicely as any office iu town. The Central Hotel always has a rush but is ever ready to serve its customers. Ladd of the central knows how to please his guests and as a consequence his tables are always crowded. The best, line of dress goods ever shown will bo sold from 25cts up and I furnished with the latest stvle of i trimmings free of charge at the Iron Store. lw C. B. Ladd's new cook has re turned and the rush to tho Central hotel is something wonderful to behold. 2t Call at W. B. Frame's, at the city drug store for Dr. Stegall's Sioax Indian Tonic and Indian Oil during his absence. t-f '' O. S. Baily can be . found at Hall fc Ityan's drng store. South Main street. Mr. Baily is city sanitarian It may prove cheaper to employ Mr Baily than a doctor. n3 t Go to the Cottage Home Hotel for a gocd square meal. tf. J. H Harshaw, the desnvedly popular rcstauranter, 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 of the Western Union Publishing Company, we have a cast up for a page aeven column paper. This page is filled with choice n-a lint; matter and illustrated. We can use it only as a tupplimnt to the Apdmoreitb. We wili sell the opposite page to it for cost of labor to any Ardmore firm and run it as a auppli ment, the firm using it for an advertisement. The page may be seen at this office. See our buainrss manager or call at the office fjr terms for page adverUsement. Consult the city sanitarian, O. S, Daily, at Hall & Ryan's drug store South Main street, in regard to any work in his line you may need. tf HERBERT tc HERBERT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW B&'O&ce over City Nationl Bank Ardmore, I. T. r. s. DESSEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offi-!e over First National Bank, Ardmore, 1. T. CAMPBELL, JEN'KIGS & WEST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ardjiore, I. T. jgj-Office up stairs near the court house. JACKSON & KEKDK1CK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, n ggrrOfSce up stairs just across the street hi front of court house, Aidtnort, 1. T, BY TELEGRAPH. FROM OVER THE WORLD A Genefkl Summary 0 News' Condensed and Clipped Front" Our Daily Exchanges A horrible exploeion of dyna mite occurred fn Madrid ye4tsr(&tf. Over iiv hundred lives were lost. Mirgled bodies filled the air and covered the waters.' Shit e fbttered I and craft's were hurried in tb ocean and people driven mad. In financial Circles the enthusi astic look for a revival and re-' 'stowal of confidence at one-v The more conservative think .that the change back will come gradually The currency question is reported out of the way as a disturbing factor. , . Six men were killed at j&eno' Cal. in a railroad accident. Attacks continue to be made on Gladstone. The saloons are re-opened in Wnc.. There was a. wreck on the Illi nois Central in which two unfortu nate men, called by some people tramps, were killed while steal ing 'a ride. The fireman was killed. It ; occurred at Cairo," 111 Misplaced switch the cause. A tragedy in Dallas, CKaflid Rodgers kills his fiance and then himself. She would not marry him. CP. Huntirgton has Bold the' Che ajieakeand'South western Ohf railroad to the Louisville and, Nashville and Illinois Central companies for $6,000,000. LORDS OP CRBATlOr. A man must hare a very bad opinion' of himself not to be willing to appear what he really is. Ee, feeHng- his way An honorable man should marry only for lore. She'' Certainly; oh, certainly if be eaa aSord It. JUder Haggard Is said to hare trained a rat so that the ani vial haa' become companionable, intelligent . and affectionate. Edward Perry and Robert MeLel-' lan, both of San Jose, Cal., recently waltzed, it is claimed, for nineteen consecutive honra. Swearing in conversation indicates' perpetual distrust of a person'a own reputation; and is acknowledgement that he thinks hia bare word not' worthy of credit. Horses have different ways of sleep-. ing. Some lie down, some sleep' standing-, others compromise on partly' lying: down. One is told of who aits' down on his haunches like a circus' trick pony. Leo Tolstoi, the Ens-Ian novelist, usually wears the costume of a peas-' ant. When not engaged in wrlt'ia-f he" makes boots; but his boot-making ia' said not to be aa successful .a hi book-making. A Dridajrroom fainted at the' altar' while the marriajra ceremony was be in? performed, in Salem, Mass.. re-' eeratly. He was Anally restored to' onaeioeaiMS, aad the elerjrmaajtme' eeeded la eomplertDg tbe tytaf of tb knot without furtaer'-inteiTOp'tloa. "You quite derated yourself to th' frifhtful looking Va fitiak on tW train the other day, Edith. What ot. earth made yon do that?" "Well, it was' absolutely aeeeaeary to pay some attention to aim. Yon don't appose I wanted people to think be' waa toy hasbandl" Kbeaeaar Bnrgeas Ball, of Waahinff-' ton, who claim to be the nearest lir mr relatiTe to Oeorfe WaabJafioa, and who looks like the latter per-' trait, haa had bis claims in that re spect confirmed by the Sobs of tho . American revolutiom. He keeps sT little cigar store is tbe rotunda of tbs pension otSeo. TIMELY TOPICS. The Rocky mountaiu raag-sa 31-e KM nilea wide. American soldiers are tbe hm' marksmen in the world. -. . . ' The population of Italy ie S70 per sqnare die. of Germany (to, of France 19a . .