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For Everything in the Jewelry Line it Pays to See Carson, the Jeweler.
FIRST NATIONAL Capital nlj up tOO.Oio. iuivlui, tit IM) Ardmore, - - I. T. JOB PRINTING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. CALL ON US. r DMOREITE. VOL. IF. ARDMORE, CHICKASAW NATION, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1801. INUMBER 10. 1$ A ITT ION T tear ' (II MiSTIKNi) think for a moment that .1 . - 1 A. I 1. . .. - voecause we are a low pncea nouse inai we uo not handle fine goods we have the stock of Gainesville when it comes to pe.rfect fitting ARDMORE TOUGH, EHI Col. Brown, Late roreinnn of the Grand Jnr? Maltlnc IUt E tlmnte of Ardmore. 1 CLOTHING, STYLISH HUTS, HOBBY CAPS?) Warm and Serviceable Underwear, White Negligee and Flannel Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Susoenders, Handkerchiefs and Gloves, all the very latest styles. COME AND SEE US, WE will show you the best stock of Men's Furnishing in the city. ,1 I ii A 1)5. I IM?. Agen ts for Knox Hats, Ed Clapp, Fine Shoes, Mothers' Friend Shirt Waist. GAINESVILLE, TEXAS. - - - Special attention to mall orders. KTl'rcsli pig's feet at Julius Kahn's. Charley IHims left this morning for his home near l.itamin. t Hr.Hr.sei: WAvrrn-1 want to rent a l room residence centrally lo cated. .1. WVColledge. Kreh California fruits received dally at Spicule t'o's baUi ry. 7 lw BRIDE AND GROOM AT HOME. Mr. nnilTCr. V. B.Pyentt Arrlvo From Sherrann and Are Domi ciled at tlxo BrldReman Houte. I'nsh buart and linns daily for din nor unci aunnorat Spicule & Co.. the linker." lw for the market Splenic 7 lV r!iOo to .lullns Kahn's ehoieest canni'd goods In the Short orders a "pcelaltv at & Co'h. Open dayaml night. (WlJii to Julius Kalm for popular 'J'i'rrltorlal drinks. First class In every ropeot Is the Central hotel. Nice, ele-in bods and (able supplied with the best the mnr .kel affords. U If Look for the ad. next vek tolling you all about Spleglo x Co's bakery. 7 lw 63Tl'lne line of Ciilifomia fruits con utantly on hands at .lullus Kalm s. Ifyouilon't know wliero irel. a I'dfHl meal, or a irood rinnci. trr tlio Central hotel, and ever afterward you will stoji there. Utf Ed F. Morgan, the Wynne-wood ui"r chant, formerly a resident of this city, returned home last night. Mr. Anthony, of ltloomMold. 1. T., Informs the llearld that a full-blood Choctaw woman pained auuie Mx, a resident of the Ulue, gave bhth last Friday to four male children, all of whiini were living when he left that section Saturday. DquIpoii Herald If you want a good boarding house, nt, iinr hv fin v or week. V. C. Kllcoro. of toe. "bhertnan hotel can sujiply vour want. J ry mm. jjuck ui n mi. tlngton brick. W. H. I'yeatt, a Kipular young man of this city, was married In Shcrmrn Tex.. Inst Monday to Miss Maggie l'oynolds, of Clarksvllle, Mo. Fruni a personal icciualntni:ee with Mr, I'yeatt and every i'ssrrance fri'tn the honor or flie bride the Audmchkiti: can truly cay they ar' most, cst'niable pj-ople and entitled to the highest all t. e consideration and respect of our peo ple. We a'! know Wl'l. ashe Wfamlll ar'y called, and hlschosen bride, while a stranger Is said to haw been a social leader In the llrst circles of her Mls sour! home. They are now at home to their fil'Mids at the llildgeman house. Mrs. I'yoatts mother Iswltl t lifiu. Tothemthe A UDMOitKiTi; ex tends Its congral illations and be speaks for them a long prosperous and happy life free fronistormsaud ndver- to go to ( gitiM, a pathway strewn with llowers uw.iniins ,,.. It.rtit itiiil lv lio:ivins sunshine. i Col It. E. Hrown returned the first of the week from Ardmoro, where lie served two weeks on the Federal grand Jury. Uo iays a very high trlb ute to Judge Stuart and I'rosocutlng Attorney .Inekson. Less lawlessness was reported from t ho Kynn noun try than from any other p irtlon or the district, imputation considered. Ard moro Is a tough town, says Col. tlrown, but there are lots of good people there who are doing their vciy best to kcop the toughs and dliua under subjec tion. -Ityan Record. And Col. Hrown, he that was fore man' of the grand Jury pronounces Ardmoro a toimh town. The Aitn- jionr.tTi: Is free to rulnilt that by his disgraceful conduct one night while here he did make the town appear tough. About one of the most dls graceful and outrageous scones we have over known In the (pilot city of Ardmoro was perpetrated by this same Col. Hrown. While ho was fore man of the grand Jury and sworn to uphold the laws, ho tilled himself up on forbidden whisky or bitters, wont to the opera house and therein the presence of ladies conducted himself In such a discracoful manner that no had to be threatened with expulsion from the house before he would desist The good people who wore there wltl their wives, dauuhtera and sweet hearts, and the house was , iowded to Its fullest capacity, wero iroatly in censed and the Auiuumi.irr. had an article scoring him In type when his friends at his instance came and plead so pltoously that It was suppressed. It looks to us In very bad tasto lor Col. (?) Hrown to sit In Judgment on the people of Ardmore and condemn them as a tough setas long as he him self stands pre-eminently above thorn in that inevitable role. MISSED HIS HEART Horrible Scone At Stlnn Lewis' Ex- ecnlon. Sheriff Aim nt HU Henrt Cnl Mlitei. HofTii MeAt.r.sTint. I. T., "Snv. ft.-- Sllan Lewis, the Condemned Choctaw Murderer, was shot at Wllburtouat 10 o'clock this morning by Sheriff I'ursley. The bullet from theshorllT's Winchester missed the condemned man's heart, passing through his body an Inch above the nipple, and he had to lie strangled to end his sufferings. Sherllf i'ursley anticipated trouble, having Just before the. oxecutlon ru col veil a letter from Lewis' friends threatening vengeance, and ho hud over 100 heavily armed deputies at the scone. Arrived at the place of execution, Lewis offered up prayer, following ltj with a short talk, Ho then pulled oil his coat, vest and bootsnnd the sherlll painted a cross Just beneath his left nipple, Lewis then sat down and THOS. J. CORNELIUS, GENERAL - INSURANCE AGENT. I'lncos nil kind of Insurance, with responsible companies Klrtt ami Lightning, Tornado, Lite, Accident, hmployurs', Liability, I'lnto Gluts, Slciuii Itotlein. F.lc. All nnmpHtiicR represented In thin ngeiir) nro old nud tried. Yon do no experimenting when wo plnco vour liuMnenx. Afcsnin Aiilllcitiit for all possible, contingencies, as tlio following list fully domotiKtrates: Hro nuil Torimdo. Orgnnlcd. Insurfliico Compnnv of North America, Hnrltord Klro IiiAiirniicn Oinimny, (ierinnn Amerlrnu lusuriimo Uoinpmiv, Flro Asuoelntion, Scottish Union nud Nntlonnl, Loudon nud Lniicnshiro Flro, Mmichesliir Fire, ., . . : - Cnlcdonlnii, - Xhignrn Flro, ..-.. Springllehl Fire mid Marine, I'cuusvlvaiiln Flic, Orient, Weslcliestor Fire, - 3 ToIhI nisets tiro luslirnnco compnuios, Life. Mat im 1 Life lusiirnnco (loiiipnny of New York, Arcidout, I'lnto O'lnss. K(n. . Fidelity i,nd Cnsnnllty of Now York, -i r L.l.lili.. r ......I.... . i.. it c was blindfolded. While two men hold "" """"" V""- ' u....m; his hands the shorllT retraced his slops live feet and tired. The bullet 1792 1810 1872 1817 1824 1861 JH21 180ft I860 18 lit 183ft 18C7 1887 Orgnnlcd. 1817 Organized. 1870 1880 Assets. $ 0,4a'2,249 7,878,092 ft,097,403 6,0150,720 20.687,911 ft;O89,042 . 4il,76ft 8,819,19ft 2,214,19'! 3,ft0ft,9ft 3.8ft9,0ft8 2,091,691 1,821,549 78l720,466 Assets. .fl8ft.000.000 Assets. 2,1(10,774 1,190,977 went clear through the niurdcrc's I Mjil y, but missed its mark, and Lewis, throwing back his head, sank groan ing to the giound, the blood spurting from the wound. To end the horrible work, the sheriff was finally compelled to take hold of the map's nose and smother him to death. 1 1 v lived thirty mlnutosafter bolne shot. Twenty-six other Indians are under Indictment for thesamo murder for: which Lewis was executed. Lewis was G4 years old. He had been given frequent chances to escape because of the sheriff's dread of carrying out the law, but refused to take advantage of them. FROM TISHOMINGO. Total Olllco- $ 3,nftl,7ftl First Niitlniml Hank, First Floor, Ardmoro, I lid. Tor. 1. KF.DFIF.LI). 12. F. ItF.DFlELI). O. M. UEDF1ELD. REDFIELD Insurance-Collecting-Eental Agency. Th I IIocio Bullotln. Las',, night the crowd at tha court house was amused by the receipt of the following election bulletin- for the Indian Territory and city of Ard more. Indian Territory, for Governor: L. L. Stowu, 43'7H2, A. It. Law, 37,41, It. W. Dick, 372. Ardmoro, for Mayor: I Jno. (Salt, 2,731, Zuc.kerman, 2.017, Whlttlnglon, 2,llii. For Chief Police: l'ulllam, TO, Flow 7!)2. Jndc-eililp Wranglo Settled. Burrl Down and Oat nud Kemp Duly Installed. 1 1 8.0(H) lenses paid without lltliriitlou. Twenty years nn underwriter, Tlio companies represented nre lire tested, storm tried, giinrnntcclug rqulf- nlilo niljiistuieut, prompt pnymrut of ovoiy honest loss. Items mid coilce- tlotis ear it oily ntleuoed to. Injured properly kept In forro by the necessary cmlnrscmciilH. Also grnernl ngems lor builders' inntorlnl. Your patronage Is earnestly solicited, OHlcc In rear of the City National Dunk, bpo red sign. MtDMOltE, 1ND. TEH. 21 tf Hoard either by day orwoekot Sher man hotel, i'list class fare and reas onable rates. liacK of Whitttngton hrlck. -tf Boiler Explodos. J. W. Jones came In last night. He Informs us that tin; boiler of his gin atCusf: city blew up yesterday and severely waidod his llreman. He 'thinks, however, the young man Is not .dangerous'!1 hurt. The boiler was complete wreck. Gainesville Hesper-- V Ian. crGo to Julius Kahn for tho best cijars and tobacco In the city. If yon want to buy tine mares or mules, go to tho Ardmoro Livery Stable, bouth Caddo street. 15 tf Goal! Coal!! Oonllll . On hands for wile In large or small quantities for spot cash on delivery. T. 11. Johnson ft 2t Late news from "Lebanon brings In formation that lveson Keel, the In dian shot Saturday night near Leba non, Is not fatally wounded and that ho will recover. He says ho doesn't blame the officers who did the shoot tng. - When you are too busy to go home tor dinner drop In at O'Mealy for a . nlco lunch. tf KJTGo to Julius Kahn's for Llmbur fcr, Swltzcr, and American cheese. A Wedding Undrr Dlfflcultios. .Yesterday afternoon Ml. William I'yeatt. of Ardmoro. 1. T., and Miss Mangle Heynolds, of Missouri, were married at the Harrctt hous In this city. It had been arranged that the young people should meet, and marry here, and to that end the young lady and her mother came here Saturday.- Mr I'yeatt telegraphed them that he was sick In bed and asked them to come to Ardmore. The young lady's mother would not agree to do this, and the young man was informed of this fact. He could not afford to let sickness prevent the marriage, so begot out of bed, came to Sherman, seemed the services of Hcv. 1. S. Ashhurn, and the ceremony was performed. The happy couple left today for Ardmore, where they will make their home. Shcrmen Hog lster. WANTKUWood In exchang" for subscription to the Weekly Audmouk- it i!. 100 cords will be thus accepted. Wantbd A few day boarders in private family. Apply at onco to this ofllcc. car.100 Fresh ovsters received dally it Julius Kahn's 1 cent each. Spcclftl to Ar'lmorrtte. Tishomingo, 1. T., Nov. ft, 1801. After several hours of wrangling lbout who should preside over the destinies of tho Chickasaw Nation as district Judge. It was decided that a worm oaten commission was not good and the Hon. C. A. Hdrrlshad to step down and out reluctantly. The Hon. Henjamin F. Kemp, District Judge, called the court to order, empaneled the Jury, filled all vacancies and qual- Hied the grand Jurors, after which court adjourned until Tuesday at 8 o'clock a. m. We M ill probably have court for the next thirty days as tho docket Is crowded and the grand jury will have plenty of work for that time. There having been no papers served, It will bo at least ten days before everything will bo in working order. Htx ARDMORE - MACHINE - SHOPS, MACHINE REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS, Well Drills a Specialty. Work Promptly executed, best workmanship. ARDMOHE, NORTH CADDO St. REAKiifG U a pair of shoes is not pleasant work and you are apt to go curing corns caused by ill fitting shoes. For boots and siious go to C. Moss. 1 in C3rGo to Julius Kahn's for some thing toothsome in the way of confec tionery. For boots and shoes go to at C. Moss. 1m COUUT 20tf Get your ha'"- cut In first class style at tho Central barber shop, W. i.. Thomas, proprietor. tf BREAK AWAY! To retain an abundant head of hair of a natural color ton uood old age. the hygiene of tho scalp must bo ob served. Apply Hall's Hair Hencwcr. lw No. 0E. Cul. St. Come and be fitted by M. NORTON, The Shoe Man, Gaincsvlllo, Toxas. 1'nro leaf lard, fresh. STKEKT MARKET. See the Hrownlo worn by the Ann- MoitHiTK circulator. T, H. Parker has them. Brownlosl Droi?ulet!I Call at T. II. Parkcr'a and buy Hrownlc, If you wish to bo In stylo. 1111 Ii 111 For boots and shoes! go to O. Moss, I in For a nice, clean shavo Central barber shop, go to the tf of the cobweb Cobweb Soolablo. Tho Christian Endeavor Christian church vflll give a sociable at their place of worship next Thursday nlsht for the bcnctlt of their fund. Everybody Invited to attend being assured of a good time and nld In a worthy cause. If you want a roliublo dyo that will color an even brown or black, and will pleaso and satisfy you every time, use llucklngham's Dye for the whiskers. 1 Jf-ifHrlng your bucket nud ft cents and got Uvo oysters at Julius Kahns's. Solicitor Wanted. A good solloltor for tho Wbkkly AuiMOiii:iTiJ, can secure prolltabloj employment by calling at this office. Must be the right man for tho bust-. ncss. O'Mealy Is now short orders. You Nice L'ulf lsh. " Spring chicken. Choice steaks. Chops, game, oystewand etc. For real estate, for cheap call on J. H. Ingram. property, 1 1 in O'Mealv receives weekly shipments of Dlank & Hros. delicious bon boas and chocolates, and dally shipments or line fruit. a tr Berwick Bnv oysters, Iftccnts per 100, at COUUT STltEET MAltKET. 20tf prepared to servo can get a tf Hrownlcsof nil kinds at T. II. Par ker's. Ciot In the push and get your self one. Wan'tki) Wood In exchange for subscription to tho Weekly Aiwmom itk. lOOcords will bo thus accoptcd. tfyimpdrtcd Holland herring in oil just ri'CClM'U ill uunin jimin. Oo to O'Mealy's for a nice broiled trout, spring chicken with cream, gra vy and Qtc. tf Wantkd Wood In exchange fo subscription tothe Weekly A uuMouii- itk. 100 cords will be thus accepted. FRESH STOCK, FIRST-CLASS GOODS ... -j. ... Flour, Meat, Las d,Canned-goods,Sugar,Cpffee Cigars and Tobaccos. t BQT Everything to bo found in a firt-claaB houso. car Freo dolivory to any part of tho oUy. CALL AND SEE THE NEW STOCK, GLENN & PEOPLES OLD STAND, Main St. MLIAM FELKER, Prop. Wantkd Wood in exchange for subscription to the Weekly A uijjiouk- im 100 cords will be thus accepted. Hugh Quinn, carpenter and joinor, contractor and bulldor, shop baok of Rinor & Soivally's, on Main stroot. Otf FOH SALE Oil EA P-A number of lots In Southeast Ardmore. Apply to J. 11. Pknninoton. Utf He sure and call at T. H. Parker's land Inspect thoncwllneof silverware MONEY TO LOAN uaaiWWl See Itolit. Hoffmnu ntT. H. I'oi onil and nen. Jtev WHO DOES YOUR PRINTING? Does It suit you t Do you get it when promlsod ? Letter Heads, Noto Heads, Hill Heads, Envelopes, Dodgers, Statements, Mortgages, Wanks, Xotos, And all other kinds of prlntlngdono on short notice and at reasonable fig ures at this otllce. Don't forget the place, across tho street from court home LaCLEDK -:- HOTEL, OAiKoVILLE, TEXAS. Newly thtud aud ruuovntcd from kitchen to garret. First data In uvViy particular, Ardmore nud Territory trade solicited, btruot tun, pass tho door. JOHN' LA WHENCE, Prop. SHERMAN HOTEL South of Whittineton's Brick, Cmda StT n i . !. r . - t rt. I throughout. Tprmn. $1.00 per day: $4.00 por weekiVlih T3.60 per week Coy hoard- Y, C IvI'-PjB