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7 - La , - ..w ; Ssirrii & Col: l urns out hirst Class Work in its Job : Printing Office. kT. 5t T(s -, Swell Turnout!. -. f !. I .1 X.- j - . Commereial Rir. VVS s - - ' North Cadio St. - j Central Livery Stntb VOLUME VII. I SIDNEY 8UQOS. I I Proprietor. J ABDMOBE, OT). TEE., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBEH 17, 1900? ' . iXv- . v V- - " - . . - . - -. . . j . . . - " '' " '" " . l.J!llr ' "- 1 1 - - - , . . - - I. i "' ' . r. uHHswii, - w. u BSMiHtt, , . . nnum. nee rresioeBL . V M VnBBOAIt M rt n . i FIRST NATIONAL DANK. - 'Ardmore, Indian Territory. Capital Paid Up Surplus Fund- THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY. Drafts sold on all parts of the world. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with good banking. ooooooooooooooooooooooooo'o 1 BRUCE & ROBERTS, .0 O 0 0 0 0 0 BUSINESS PLACED IN OUR HANDS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT & m. AND CBRFF II 0 0 -Office Over First ' 0 , 0 'PHONE 21. ARDMORE U l ifc ib ' Headquarters for Typewriter. Paper and Supplies. , Full and complete line of Drugs, Paints, Oils and Glass at lowest prices. Bring us your Prescription Work. to Gorman Building, Ardmore. WMPN IflhNPYS ARE m mm mum m a " " " ' MTU.. mLa L.n 4Wh - tf AftifHH ;iFFPlfNS. NERVOUS WEAKNESS. Backaches, changes in urine, wwrrmM U is DANUCHUua iw 15 A SUCCESSFUL KIDNEY REMEDY. It cleanses the system conveys a neaung anuaircuuurciuuu "J,,u-"i-- TO ine sur ing Kidneys, rimij j V stimul. s the Liver. Stomach and Bowels ,y anu works a spceau The condition &T DRUGGISTS. W. B. FRAME, The Stradley Gold Cure For the Liquor," Opium, Morphine.Cocaineand Tobacco habits. All desire for Morphine destroyed in 24 hours. Not one single cent accepted until a cure is perfected. WE GUARANTEE A CURE IN EVERY CASE OR NO PAY. Cousult small pamphlets, read Mi" Years of Success. . tr Address: D. P. STRADLEY, M. D.t Pres. G. D. MUNGER, M. D., Sec. and Bus. Man. i9 West and. Street, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA....... THE CORNER GROCERY STORE o ?i ?r J In Staple and Fancy Groceries, g " fft LET ME SELL YOU YOUR ' OATS, HAY. CHOPS. CORN and BRAN, jg III it C lAMPQ tij " rti Free and prompt delivsrr- uiieen otiiib -rdiibnii Absolutely the BEST FLQUR , . g that money can buy. . Once g used,-always used. . g M. T. FELKER, SOLE fAOHJT. K C L ASDERSOH, C L HKII1SQ. -CuWer. luLCtilir. .$60,000.00 -100.00000 O 0 0 0 0 0 Insurance and Real Estate ATTFNTIfiN 0 0 National Bank. ARDMORE, I. T. q RUG CO. Snccessors to & THE OVERWORKED rrnr?rn nil frttiuent i. . .- ... YOU SHOULD ACT AT ONCE. UTTERS of poisons and impurities. improvemeui m or ine Doaij. Special Agent. our testimonials from leading men AH. 1 . Wi-. iiinoi) REPORTED THAT DEflANOS OH MINERS ARE GRANTED, rQOSTS fO EOOSniLT AtiD lunnA Brrmm Still TalklaC la New Yrk-E. Cabinet Official Dea-Mara Actlrtty ia Chlaa-Raar War Ncwa-Yaatacy Caaa Kaaaaiea-Otliar Itcoia. STRIKE TO END. By Bcrlppa-McRaa Vrtm Aaaoeiauoav Philadelphia, Pa,, Oct. 17, The conference of mine opera tors hela today at the Reading terminal offices has resulted in all demands of miners being ac ceded to and the strike will now be declared off. m'kinley and the strike. By Bcrtppa-McRaa Fi . AwoolaMaB. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 17. A Washington dispatch says Presi dent McKinley is endeavoring to settle the anthracite dispute. He has selected Representative Connell of Scran ton to bear' his advices to the operators. ROOSEVELT IN OHIO. By Scrlppa-MoRaa Fna Aaaoetatloa. Delaware, 0., Oct. 17. Roose velt addressed 8000 people in the Gray chapel of Wesleyan University today. Many of the audience were students. He said the paramount is sues is Bryanism in its various manifestations in various locali ties. BRYAN IN GOOD FORM. By Scrlppa-lfeKaa Pcaaa AMOdatlon. Yonkers, N. Y., Oct. 17. Bryan is in gocd condition to day after his stirring experience last night. This was his first stop today and he made a brief speech from the rear'platform of his car. He will visit Hudson river towns today and will speak in Albany tonight BRYAN TALKS AGAIN. By Scrippa-McRaa Fna Aaioclattoa. Tarry town, N. Y., Oct. 17. About 1200 people greeted Bryan at the depot here today. He spoke briefly, answering the New York criticisms that he is attempting to cause class feeling between the rich and the poor. ROOSEVELT FROSTED, By ecrlppa-McRaa Prefi Aaaoelattoa. Upper Sandusky, Oct. 17. Only 700 paople heard Roosevelt in this democratic stronghold He spoke on material and moral prosperity. HANNA FROSTED. Bt 8crtDBa-McRaa Fraa Aawctattaa. Aberdeen, S. D., Oct. 17. Senator Hanna was given rather a chilly reception here today. He was asked on every hand why he refused to meet Pettigrew in debate. BOTHA'S BROTHER SURRENDERS. R. BcrlDDa-McRaa Pnaa AMoelatloa. Loudon, Oct. . 1. Themm Botha, a brother to the Boer commander in chief,, has sur rendered atVolksrust. SOME BOER NEWS, rtr fterlDM-McRaa Pnaa Aaaoclatloo. London, Oct 17. Roberts re- nnrts several skirmishes in 1 which thirteen Boers were killed. One British regiment which encountered the Boers were forced to retreat Three were killed and four wounded. BOXERS GATHERING. B BcrlDDa-McKaa Pnaa AaaociatWML Shanghai, Oct 17. Pekinad vices say that hordes of Boxers are gathering north of the cap tal and displaying unusual ac tivity. A primitive expedition is be- in c organized to suppress the bands of marauders' in the v.cin ity-of the summer palace. FAMOUS MUSDEK CASE. B ertpna-lleflaa Fata Aamtajtaa, MarrvUle, Otfc Oct 1?. A jury was todry secure:! fa the case o Kosslyn Terrell, c!:r.rnsi -with the murder of Express Messen ger Lane, and the state made the opening statement The state denies the announced plea of in sanity as a. defense to this crime. MAY BE ALL TALK. By Scrlppa-llcIUa rraaa AmocUlDuh. .Shanghai, .Oct 17. The im perial edict ordering the punish, ment of high officials may now be enforced, though Li Hung Chang and Prince Ching deny its authenticity. IMPERIAL PROGRESS. By Berlppa-McRa Vnm Aaoclatki Washington, Oct 17. Minis ter Wu announced today that he had received a message inform ing him that the imperial court, which left Tai Yud, province of Shan Si, for Singan Fu arrived at Tun Euan Oct 14. - DEFENSE OPENS. By Bcrlppa-McRaa Pnaa JLMoeUtloo. Georgetown, Ky., Oct 17. The Youtaey case was again call ed at 9 o'clock this morning. The defense called sixteen wit nesses, but only nine responded. Youtsey's condition is improved today. Jim Howard, recently convict ed of Goebel's murder, is in court today and will testify. CHICAGO'S REGISTRY. By Bcrtppa-M eRa Prcai AMOclatkm. Chicago, I1L,. Oct 17. The total registration in the thirty five wards in this city is 401 403. GALVESTON'S SAD STORY. By Sor-.ppt.H cRaa Prm AatoelaMoa. Galveston, Tex., Oct. 17. As the work of removing the debris progresses, the number of bodies recovered increases. Twenty-eight bodies were found and burned yesterday. EIGHT BURNED TO DEATH. By 8crtppa-afcRaa Pnaa Anocfatloa. New York, Oct. 17. Eight persons were burned to death in tenement house fire at an early hour this morning. Of the Charles Fass family only himself and four year old daughter escaped. Mrs. Anna Horovitz was burn ed to death on the tire escape. ISLANDERS IN TROUBLE. By Bcrlppa-McRaa Fna AMOciattoa. Port Townsend, Wash., Oct 17. The revenue cutter Rush has arrived here from Behring Sea and reports the natives of the Alentian islands in a wretch ed condition. Many are dying rom hunger and disease. DEATH IN A STORM. By Scrlppa-McRa. Pna. Aamclatlaa. Nor fork, Va., Oct. 17. Thir teen oyster men were drowned in Chesapeake Bay last night during a storm, their boats be ing capsized by the wind, and waves. ANOTHER ELECTION MOVE. By Bcrlppa-McRaa Proa Anoctatloo. Joliet, III, Oct. 17 The night crew 01 tne itocnaaia muis 01 a . m V Ml the American Steel and Wire company have been taken off in definitely. About bOO men are affected by this order. QUIET IN STRIKE REGION. By Bcrlppa-McRaa Pnaa Aaaoclatwa. Mahonoy, Pa., Oct 17.-Every thing is quiet in Panther creek valley today and no strikers are to be seen. None' of the men working in the valley have any intention of going out WILLIAM L. WILSON DEAD. By Scrtppa-McRaa Praaa Aaaoolatloa. Lexinerton, Va., Oct 17. Wil Ham L. Wilson, president o: Washington and Lee university, lied sucd jnly this morning. He was the author of the Wil' son tariff law and also postmas ter ceneral under President Cleveland. Dn'I SHag Ma. Do not loae your bead. Talk poli tic bat don't set mad. Then goto W. B. Frame's draff itore, Ardmore, Dane or Oakland and get a mat bottle of Dr. 'Caldwell's Brrnp Pep- " Niee carpet rugs and art squares at A. C. Yosns's furniture store mils m imm Tne Feelings , and 5pirtU of Mew York Democrats are Excellent . They are Pull of Ftskt aa4 Coaftdeflce Wanalax Up Chicago, . Oct 16. Cheering news was received today at dem ocratic national headquarters from the east Vice Chairman William J. Stone, writing from the eastern headquarters in New York to Chairman Jon$s of the national committee, under date of Oct 13, says: "I have just been through the states of New York, Maryland and Dela ware and have had recent con ferences with many of our lead ing men in New Jersey.1 I find the feelings and spirit of our people in New York state, out side the city,' to be excellent; the state democrats are full of fight and confidence, and they tel me they are better united than they have been for years. The best informed men from all parts of the state believe that McKinley 's majority outside the city will be materially reduced below the majority given to Roosevelt in 1898. If their expectations in this behalf are realized, then the result in this state will depend upon the vote of Greater New York. The leader in Greater New York expresses the great est confidence that Mr. Bryan's majority will exceed that given to Van Wyck two years ago. If our people are cot mistaken in their estimates both in the city and country it would seem that our chance to carry the state is first class. The democrats of New York cay that they mean to give the republicans a race for their lives. "I believe Maryland to be safely democratic; I base this upon assurances given me by our party leaders tnrougn tnat state. "Delaware is a close state, but our people there are full of fight and confidence. The reports lat come to us from New ersey are most encouraging. am in daily communication with the state and local organi zations there and with the lead ing democrats of that state, and they give me such assurances as induce me to believe that the state is debatable and that we have a good chance of carrying it" National committeeman Henry Clayton of Alabama, who has re cently been speaking in West Virginia, Maryland and Ken tucky, was here today and said those three states are safe for Bryan. He also said that the democrats stood a good chance of carrying Delaware. National Committeeman T. D. O'Brian of Minnesota said the democrats would re-elect Gov. Linn by an increased majority and gain three congressmen, He had strong hopes, he said, that Bryan would carry the state. STEEL TRUST'S ELECTION TRICK Pittsburg, Oct 16 Orders for 750,000 tons of steel rails have been given out by the prin cipal trunk-line at the current price of $26 a ton. It is arranged that if the steel-rail pool cuts prices below that figure the rail roads shall be given the benefit of the reduction. Philadelphia, Oct. 16. The Pennsylvania railroad, whose steel-rail requirements exceed those of any other road in the country, today placed its order for 1001. They aggregate 150, 000 tons, the largest quantity o: rails ever oraerea oy tne com a m ai . pany at one time. Chicago, Oct 16. C. H. Mc Collougb, general superintend eut of the Illinois Steel com pany, today announced that his converting andnlsbing depart ments will b ,Sjut (Sown for re pairs for tup" 'peeks beginning at this week's end. ,, ' ' , Lorain, p., Oct $6. The Lo rain plant of tha Federal Steel company"' was ..closed - 'tonfsht, A. J. WOLVEBTON, , - President. . v - DON LACY, Cashier. THE CITY fJATIOOAL , Capital and 'Sarplas. ARDMOHE, X- TT. Accounts of firms and IndividuaTs' solicited. Courteous treatment accorded all aliko . Ladies Visiting Gainesville Will please visit our store. We are showing the most gorgeous line of Tailor Made Suits.; Jackets and ' Single Skirts - A Perfect Fit Guaranteed with Every Garment - HENINGER BROS., r Fort Worth and Gainesville, Texas throwing -8,000 men out of em ployment It - is said the shut down will be for only two weeks but as orders are light the men believe the mills will be idle un til after the election. TOLD BY TELEPHONE. Words Whispered ia Oar Ear From Inland Towns la the Territory Wednesday Arteraeon. . . CHAQRIS. W. G. Cecil of Ardmore Is here today. T. M. Dngger went to Ardmore today with -cotton. The rains are with ns again and cooler weather now prevails here. REAGAN. Mrs. J. Baum of Ravia is here. The weather is cool and cloudy. RAVIA. J. O. Lavera, who was shot here Monday night is reported -tome better today. We had quite a nice rain here this morcing. A. A. Chapman end wife left or Ro'X this morning; BELTON. Mr. Betts of Denison spent last night here. Dr. Sanders of Connerville is here today. Mr. Francis of Wapanncka is here. Weather-Crop Report. Following is the weather-crop report for the week ending Satur day, Oct. 13, at noon at Healdton Station: Average temperature 59, highest 84, lowest 34. v Rainfall, none. Sunshine, average amount. Remarks All conditions have Deen tavorabie to cotton opening and picking. The crop is over one half in now. Grass is fine and cattle are doing well. The ground is in fine condition for fall plowing. C. H. Heald, Voluntary Observer. Corn-buskers' sprained wrists, barbed-wire cuts, burns, bruises, severe lacerations and external Inju ries of any kind are promptly and happily cared by applying Ballard's Snow Liniment. Price 25 -and 50 cents, at City -Ong Store. THE GREEN FLAG For Bargains in Dry Goods. Clothing, , 2s Shoes and Notions. Best luMu Tkrui, t ipMii for !Sc L M V. I Cudabjls Dial liiince liieat XJ Is a distinctly superior' article for making delicious and wholesome minco pies- - . ; ' . i V't ,. -. i wt!IT94N BIOSm Whelaiele Cltr&itr. L.; H. PALisr:: Assistant. C&&1J sr. . I'AH EJi aiU .75.0S3.C0, Shoes, Boots aii. S!:::3 AT The Shoo Man. Children Shoes all Solid ' ' .Leather, go at , . , 50ct 60o, 75o Misses' and Boys' Shoes. 8olid Leather, go t, 75c, $1.00 up Ladie8'Fine Shoes Sam pies go dt$1.0,$1.50 Bp Men's Shoes, Solid Leather, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Nice new line of la dies' and gents' dress shoes at from 25 to 50 cents less than- any other shoe dealer. ALL AT : LYNN, The Shoe Man's. The Wheat Crop is a record breaker but when it cornea to Pure Rye, MO CUT AC BURN Is the beat. Uoaat An.sn Rji, Belli Sprlep Stir Mill. " " 12 full quarts. $11.05; per gallon, S3.60 aii jour aeaier, o write GLASNER & BARZEN, Kansas City, Mo. R. T. DALLAS Has a complete line of - Dry Goods. Groceries. Boots, Shoes. Hats Caps.Queensware, Bought for spot cash: - Come and get prices before yott buy.x One price, honest dealing to all. North Caddo street. STORE. B. GOLDSMITH. ... - - t S ond T LY