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r ARDMORE, CHICKASAW NATION; WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1893. NUMBER 11. volume i. I TT TT ft 1 Irlui I'Jg. THE ARDMQREITE. Evening Paper & Sunday Morning. D. P. Cloyd, Editor. pRARLES KESSKLERj I). P. CLOYD. ) tititJ?, COLORADO & SANTA FE TIME TABLE. SOUTH BOUND. So. J, Ktpress, 4:3 a. rc. So. 9. Passenger, 6:13 p. ni. So. 13 Ixcal freight 2"20 p. ni. XOllTII BOUND. No. 2. Express, 12:10 a. m j Sn 10 1'assensrer. 1.0:20 a. m No. 14 Local Freight, 1- P- m. AftltlVALS AND DEPARTURES OF U. S. MAILS. South bound mail closes 5:45 p. m. South bor.na mail arrives 6:13 p. m. North bound mail closes 10 a. m North bouud mail arrives 10:20 a. m. Night mails are closed at 8.30 p. m. Moner order department is open at 8 a. m. and closed at 5 p. m. Office hours from 8 a. m to 6 p. m. buudaVs from 2:30 p.m.. to 3:30 p. m. John S. IIamkb. P. M. SL'Mmkkrs Hardy, Deputy. The Ardmoreite is now the only daily paper published in the Indian Territory. Those who have advertised in this paper express themselves as highl y pleased. It excels in that it is a con stant reminder. Two freighting vessels collided Inst night off Port Aux Manjuies on laUe ML-higau. Twenty live lives were lost. ' .kaiix: Democrats iu Ardniore reofierinjr to bet that i.ov.Mctvum- will be the next t-oiiiluee on the re publican National ticket. Tim president and cashier of a bank iN.irt i.po in Coke county Tex.. are iu iail at San Angelo charged with robbing the stage between that place and l.allinger. DlKifco u 1 iot at the polls yester day iu Brooklyn the militia bad to be vailed upon to suppress it. A num ber of prominent men were badly beaten. NATIONAL EDITORS WHO ARE FOOLS. The Globe Democrat devotes a large part of its abilities to Spir itualism. There are some spirit ualist. in Ardmore. We mean devotees to the kind that come on in little glass bodies with a cork sticking in the end. There is a great-deal of truth and beauty in h Kwmlenborcrian theory, but these seances and so called com munications, with the Spirit world, ia the main, are false. God has revealed to us all that it is necessary for us to know. Theos ophists claim that our dreams are J real -.occurrences and that the soul or immortal part of the indi vidual actually goes through with all that is portrayed in the dream or vision, whether it is a horrible uightmare or a dream of celestial godes ses or holy houries. It is an error of leading writers, however, even if this was true, for, them to degrade the inspired word of our Deity, by advertising and defend ing that elass of vulgar spiritual ists who degrade the beautiful and tublime, by working upon the minds of the ignorant and super stitious for what money there is in it. There is much truth in spiritualism but it is not found in that class the Glooe Democrat, and other national : papers, ia voicing, protecting and helping maintain. Go to llarshaw's for tfnlr 25 your meals tf AMERICANS MUST STAND BY AMERICANS. It is a deplorable fact tbat foreigners in this country do bet ter than Americans. In every town they stand by each other. The result is there are no foreigD tramps They are helped, given employment or a start, assisted on their feet. Not so with the na tive American, whose parents poured out their bluod for this country. When once down no quarter is shown him. Foreigners are not concerned about him. His own countrymen ostracise him, Well to-do American citi- sens make a feeble effort to justify themselves for their actions in this respect by saying: ' Oh we would stand by each other like the foreigners if we were in their country." In this they are sus tained by the national press, who dare not rebuke them. Foreigners in the meanwhile continue to Dour into America. They land here in rags. In six months they are on the police force, have a sa loon, or are a city Alderman and hih-e on a diamond pin. Our rich American girls run after and worship them. Ask them what thev think of this country. This is their reply: "I am ain it. Its a beastly country. We must re form it or blow it up with dyna mite.'' Catholics have considera ble to do with the helping of these foreign serfs to positions of author ity over our native sons. These foreigners till the offices and court room lobbys of the cities to S'.'e that punishment is inflicted upon any native Americ'an,who,throi:gh his poverty, may become a victim of the law. Their own country men are either cleared by per jured testimony or their lines promptly paid. The Ardmoreite is for Americans ruling America all the way from township consta ble to President. Some of the great papers are declaring for Cleveland for 96. He will never be nominated again. It nominated and accepts will be defeated. If nominated will decline. Leading businessmen in Ardmore assure us that they prefer the Ard moreite to the national papers in that they get all the important news in condensed form without sacrific ing so much of their valuable time reading the lengthy accounts given in metropolitan sheets. Mrs. C. Sacra, whose child was buried this afternoon, is a daught er of Mr. and Mrs.R. W. Choat and was in Ardmore on a visit to he parents from Oakland. We ex tend sympathies to the bereaved relatives and friends of little Ada. Whom the gods love die young. It there are any wno una a way to eternal nappiness in the other life it is the innocent littift children. Peace and rest to her future life- She cannot come to hr friends and relatives, but they, as David said of his lost child, will go to her. If you want a square meal go U the Caddo Restaurant and Fliort order house on north Caddo street across the street from Post office Fish, oysters, sausage, soups of all kind and chillie call and see me . I will treat you right. H. M. Archer. C. B. Ladd's new cook has re turned and the rush to the Central hotel is something wonderful to ehold. 2t When attending court go to the Cottag Home Hotel for a square meal. tf. THE CITY- G. 51. Robinson returned home to ds y. Stetson hats at Russell?. tf. Sinkiller Griffin, discoursed to a crowd OQ tLe 6treet last evening. Engraving of all kinds done at T. II. Parkers, the jeweler. t-f H. II. McGlain aad wife, returned from Gainesville this morning. The electric belt man did not ap pear on the streets last night. Howard Black a prominent mer chant of Marietta, came in this morn ing. Sol Erdwurm, a most successful young business man of Da vis is in the city. Rowdyism is unbecoming iu any civilized community. It must stop in Ardmore, You can buy a dollar white shirt for 50 cents at II. II. Russell's this week. tf. Deputy marshal John Stephens went to Davis today to advertise tome attached property lor sale. A case of suit lor judgement on a note gven 23 year niiiee, was tried before judge Stuart yesterday. Humors of a number of new brick buildings are floating around promis cuously. Have you seen Russell's line of overcoats they are daisies and very cheap. tf. Matt Wolf of Washita, one of the largest stockmen iu the Indian Terri tory, is in the city on business. There was more cotton on the streets yesterday and to-day than any two days previous during the season. Dr. (J. W. High lelt tins morning for Berwyn where he will reside in the future in the practice of his profes sion. Ladd of the central knows how to please his guests and as a consequence his tables are always crowded. The Iron Store will sell you dress goods, from 25cts up per yard aud will furnish the latest style of trimmings free of charge. t-f Two wrongs never made a right and the correction of one disturbance, should never be attempted by anoth er. Dr. M. W. Ligon, of Holder passed through Ardmore this morning enroute to the Cherokee Strip where he has located a valuable claim. 1h best line of dress goods ever shown will be sold from 25cts up and furnished with the latest style of trimmings free of charge at the Iron Store. lw In the case of Sanger vs. Price tried yesterday in the district court the ju ry returned a verdict this morning in favor of the defendant. In the shooting contest last week, Sam Robertson came off victorious, making a score of twenty nine out of a possible thirty. Mr. Brown, of Raysville, was in town to day. He brought in 18 bales of cotton which was only a portion of the result of his years production. The way subscribers are coming in is very eucouragmg, snowing as it does that the Ardmoreitb and its efforts for the best interests of our town are being appreciated. Hon. Henry E. Asp, a prominent member of the Guthrie O. T., bar is in the city, representing the A. T. & S. F. railroad in suits against that corpo ration. M. E. Church South cor. Broadway and Church Sts.-Preacbing every Sunday at li A;M. and 7.30 P. M Prayer meeting Wednesday night, choir meeting Friday night Rev. Frank Naylor, Pastor. Sunday school at 10 A. M. Joe M. London, Supt ""sJt. t The Ardmore sfchools are flourish-I ling. The merchants have been unusually i busy todav " Hill carter, of Duncan, well kuown in Ardmore, is hi the city, j Mr. John Howell of Doris is in at tendance upon court. ! Capt. H. P. Childs, of Taul's Valley i is in tne city taking his meals at the Central. A friendly wrestling bout between two young men came near resulting in a scrap on Main street t'hT3 fore noon. Miss Kate Elmore, sister of Mrs. J. T. Alexander has returned from an extended visit to Dallas Texas, taking iu the fair and mingling with friends. Main street presented a most strik ing appearance to-day, it was liter ally blockaded with wagons loaded with cotton. Dout it beat the "devil" was the general expression heard all around to-day regarding the result of the election j esterday. Rev. A. C. Pickens is reappointed as presiding elder of this district much to the delight of his various charges. Miss Parsons, and accomplished stenographer 01 Guthrie, . O T., is In attendance uton court iu a profesiou al capacity. There it more b.nsiness done in Ardmore in a day than any other two towns in the Indian Territory; no doubt about it. Mrs. D. J. Kendall and her son, H. P. Kendall and wife, left on the morn ing train for Gainesville, to visit lrieuds, and attend the fair. The ArdmoeitK is sorry to state that Judge Hardy still remains in a precarious coudition. While appar ently a little better to-day his friends are very anxious regarding him. Mrs. I. J. Kendall and her son II. P. Kendall and wife left cn the morning train for Gainesville to visit friends and attend the fair. Notwithstanding the stringency of the times Ardmore continues to grow. New bouses are going up and addi tional business houses are being open ed dailv. Sam M. Farmer of Fort Worth, Tes who has been in Ardmore tor several days past representing the prosecu tion in the Johnson case, returned home last night. The Ardmoreite acknowledges a very pleasant call from Capt. J. L. Gait last evening and desires to ex tend thanks for substantial encour agement and compliments bcttowed, Hon. Nelson Chlgley president of the Chickasaw council, ex-governor Guy, W. C. Patterson, Ike Kimball, and C. N. Ilanna all prominent resi dents of Davis, came down on last evenings train. The train robbing scare proved to be purely a false alarm. The posse sent out as a guard returned in dis gust, as they did'ut even have an op portunity to fire a tramp off the blind baggage. Lon Thompson and S. C. Pcttigrew, have returned from a business trip to Graham City, aud Loopville. They tell some scarry yarns of dangerous ventures according to which the only wondc ris that they escaped with their lives. Johnson, the alleged crooked whis key agent was held by U. S. Commis sioner Scott to await the action of the grand jury in the sum of $200 each in two cases. It is nfderstood the defendant will make an effort to gain his liberty through means of ha beas corpus before Judge Stuart. It is learned that Rev. J. N. Moore, of the firm of London & Moore, has been appointed to the Euid Station in the Cherokee Strip. This irf a very important charge, the town contain ing 8000 inhabitants, and while" his many friends regret to lose him, they are unanimous in their congratula tions to Mr. Moore in being so high lv honored In his chosen lit'es labors. mnrnii. mm iii i.iiiiiniiiiiiiii ijiipiiiihwmijuijls.ji ' ""?- Judge West when asked, whal he :inougbt or tne election returns 91 yes- jterday remarked: TLe .dentocraU were not in it, but I am a democrat .'sun you net; ana tne re8uiiB,uuc uoi las pleading as they might have. been Ido not in the. least discourage ..rrie. iCemenner young man tnis is an on year, and its happenings amount to nothing as far as 1896 is concerned." The pastors of . the different churches, superintendents of Sunday schools aad secretaries of the vajious civic orders of Ardmore are requested to calT ut this office and furnish us with' their respective' directories of times and piaces of meetiugs. It is place yesterday in several states oar wish to get these all m time for anj fcriitorie) the republicans' Sunday morning' edition. carried? everything exceptintz Vlr Rev. Frank Naylor formerly in 'ginia,' Thf entire .rep'4o1iAan ficfcet charge of Webber Falls station has was elected fh New York. . The' beeh appointed pastor fn charge of legislature will be republican by a the M. E-Church South in Ardmore !8mali majority. Jackson (rep.f. to encceed Rev L. W. Rivera. Mr.'beatg Boise (dem.) for governor-of Naylor is said to be one of the ablest I - x f m i se'ooo ma- ministers of the conference and his appointment nerc gives general satis faction. Ills first sermon will be de livered Sunday, Xov. 19th The case of Nannie Campbell against the A. T. & 8. F: railroad co. occupied the attention of the court to day. This is a suit in which the plain tiff bought a ticket from Gainesville Texas, to Moore, O. T., and was put off by the conductor at Norman. W. O. Davis of the Gainesville bar, rep resented plaintiff aud Henry E. Asp and Solomon E.Jackson the defend ant. The Ardmoreite now has by far the largest circulation of any daily paper ever pupli6hed in Ardmore. Harshaw sets the best table for the least money of ahy man In town. t-f The Akdorkitk intends to gWe the profile of Ardmore it lirst class pnperin every shape In tli e m-ar future. We cull the special sttentfort of the public to on r job office. We are prepared to do Job work at its low figures, and as nicely as any office in town. The Central Hotel always has a rush but is ever ready to servo Its customers. Call at W. B. Frame's, at the city drug store for Dr. Stegall's Sioux ludian Tonic and Indian Oil durimr uis absence. t-f . Go to the Cottage Home Hotel for a gocd square meal. tf. By mistake ot the Western Union Publishing Company, we have a cast up fir a page seven column paper. This page is filled with choice reading matter and illustrated. We can Use it only as a suppliment to the ArnxoHBiTit. We wili seU the Opposite page to it for cost of labor to any Ardmore arm and run it as a suppli ment, tbe firm Using it for an advertisement. The page may be seen at this office. See our business manned or call at the office for terras for page advertist-mcui. Consult the city sanitarian, X). S, Baily, at Hall & Kyan's drug store South Main street, in regard to any work in his line you may need. tf HEHBEBT Sc HEKBEKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW tOfiice over City Nationl Bank Ardmore, I. T. K. S. DEXNEfcJ, ATTORNEY AT LAW "Ofn-e over First National Bank, Ardmore, 1. T. CAMPBELL, JENKIGS & WE8T, ATTOllNEYS AT LAW. ARDMORE, I. T. jQ-OffrCe op hoUsc. stairs near the court jaCKson & ureirtJiticK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' . j-OfEceup stairs jut across the street ,n front of court house, Ardmore, L T, UT TELEGRAPH. FROM OVER 'THE" &6'bl r A fte'defVaf Summary of. New Condensed aud Clipped From' Our Daily Exchanges". In the elections which toolc Jte Balif'rcal reauII jorify.' The same politic struck Massachusetts. McKinley is re-elected governor of Ohio by an increased majority; while the legislature of that state is republi can by a l!vro-thirds maj-oi i'ty. The only populist gains we're" iif Nebraska. In Kansas the voto. was light with a heavy falling off Of the populist vote. The City- of Brooklyn elected a republican mayor for the first timO in twenty years. The general result and the causes' leading to them are thus summed tip by presP reports from Wash ington: Unusual interest was taken at' the national capital in .firs elec tions yesterday, notwithstanding, it is an off year. The leaders, of either side agree that the verdlxjts in the several states will be a pop ular expression on local issttes.' In Virginia the popilisf made tho . issue finance's and cut into the democratic stf ength seriously. The democrats admit that the factfonar fight in congress will result In a! large defection of democratic yofea" throughout the country, but tho . republicans frankly admit that the result of yesterday's elections cauJ hardly be ccepted as a criterion of the general elections next year when the financial discussion nas lost some of its bitterness. Both parties will then hate a fietter op portunity of defining (heir posi tion. O. S. Daily can be found at Hall" & ltvan's drug store. South Main', street, Mr. Baily Is city sanitarian It may prove cheaper to employ Mr" Daily than a doetor. n3 t CHARLOTTE CtTRIAVS SKULfc Ck Centenary f Her Death Attracted Macn AtteaUois ill Fraaee. As foif rervolution centenaries of gen eral Interest,-next to those of tbe fait of the baatile and tub tofttiSBg ot ttve. republic, Charlotte', Corday certainty attracted most attention- As far' aa( newspaper supplements, and article go.sb had a celebration for five days. Of course m good deal was' about; Marat, bat solely in jasttactioo of Charlotte Corday's abhorrence of. bio Thorgh she counted on joining Brutus'' and other ancients in the Elyeiaa, flel2s, she was not indifferent to earth ly t-n, or aha would have been' lee' solicitous about her portrait, and ttia', respect and admiration which r; now testified for her would bare gratified her aulbitlon. Both th avail hotel in which she lodged a4" the house occupied f arat hava r disappeared, but M. -.aretie possesse tha iron" tax of the balconies of both' bttildlul. Prince Roland Bona'part elaints moreover to possess Charlotte Corday's alrulL tT came' to . bint' front M. Dtfrur,- who bad it front M. SV At-, bin, add the latter shoVred' if to". Ea ouiros about 184 k Experts state that thla skull was never buried; and that" ue tea missing' teeth' were extracted' after death; The' supposition' is .that' Charlotte Corday's head was handed over to the medical school, and .tn the teeth Were given away as religa,'f Prince Bolaud professes to have elear proofs of the (reatlineue&s of the. scull. . ft may be added that one of tU Jury who condemned Charlotte4 r Vualdes, whose caurder in 1817 m"id V great sensation, and was for a t'lney nveloped in mystery.