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The Chickasha Daily Express
Vol.1. Chickasha, Indian Territory, Tuesday, September 25, 1900. No. 237
For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. EstabAjEapaRrsi9oo.
New
lot
of
these
. II I W HI
k. ft
-MMfij
UNEQUALED
SHOES ,
on sale at
EMERSON'S.
Postollice building.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. K.r. TYE.
Physician and Surgeon.
llesldes iloinir genrnii practice will Hire
pedal ullentlun toull kinds of surgery. Altc
Burifcon C. K, I. & P. Hy. Co.
Clfllre corner ChlckNhaaye nI Fimriti it
W. II. MISTER,
Physician & Surgeon.
OOlce In CitjrDruK Store
Resilience
Phone No. 6.
CHICKASHA. I T
J. E. STIXSOy, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
Calls Promptly Attended day or nmbt.
Office Phone 67. Residence Phone
Dr.C. P. BUOWN,
Physician and Sugeon.
Office In residence.
(.'bit-kasha. I. T
DR. E. L. DAWSON,
Physician and Surgeon,
omcc at
Post (Mice lru S.ore.
PHONK SI
E. HAMILTON,
Attorney-at-Law,
RKKLHKt; IN UANKHPTCY.
NOTAKV PfMI.lC
Office over CIMzciih Hank,
J. D. BRIDGES,
LAWYER,
Real Estate, Pension, General
Agent and Notary Public
Office on 1th St, Nouthof Chickasha Avenue
U.D. DavlilHon. F. K. Kiddle
. DAVIDSON & RIDDLE,
ATTORN I ES at LAW,
NOTARY rUIlMO IN OFFICE.
(Mice In llourlaod bulldintf. -Chickasha,
- - - Hid Te'J
N. M. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at Law.
fftcc In Carey A Fltzpatrlck bulldlnK.t
BEAVERS ic SAYER
Attorneys at Law,
OUce in rear of Citizens Hank.
Chickisba, : : Indian Territory
r. B. MONICAL,
Attorney at Law.
Office one door went of new hank buildlnit.
"CIIAS. M. FECIIIIEIMER,
Attorney at Law.
Office in rear of Hank of Cbickashu.
CLARK JAMES,
LAWYER.
Tcias lamK for sale or I rale.
(mice with J H Hrlds-s
Chickasha, ;! ;I I mi. Tit.
II. L. GRIG6BY
Atrorney at Law,
Practices in all courts In tho Territorle?.
U. F. UOLDIXt). KKKOKD BOND
HOLDING & BOSD,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in New Post Oftlce Hulldlnir.
Chickasha, Ind. Ter
M F Uilbert.
W 1 OUbert
GILBERT & GILBERT.
Attorneys at Law,
DUNCAN, Ind. Ter.
Dr. B. W. FESLER,
DENTIST,
Up stairs in Post Office Building.
Voltaire: History is little else
than a picuic of human crimes
and misfortunes.
THIS GOVERNMENT'S STAND.
Sliowiii'r tlio Administration s
Chinese Policy. To Ik; as
Speedy and Complete as
Possible.
IS EASILY UNDERSTOOD.
Means Just What it Says and it
Kays Just What it Means.
No Long Unintelligible
Sentences
Department of State, Washington ,
D. C, Sept. 21, 1900.
Chinese correspondence, Sept. 17
21, l'JUO. Inquiries of the Russian
government and replies thereto:
Memorandum handed toMr.Adee
by the Russian charge d 'affairs, Mr,
De Wollant, September 17,1900,
10:15 a. m.
(Translation.)
"1. Has the. federal government
the intention to transfer the resi
dence of tho legation from Pekin
to Tien Tsin? This step has been
recognize.) as practical and appro
priate to the end even by the powers
nliieh find it necessary to leave
troops at Pekin
"2 Are the full powers of Prince
Ching and LI Hung Chang recog
nized as sulllcicnt hy the federal
government?
''A, Is the federal government
prepared to charge its representa
tives to enter without deluy upon
the preliminary negotiations with
the plenipotentiaries of the emperor
of China?"
Memorandum in reply to tlieKus
sian charge's memorandum dated
September 17, 1'JiK):
'1.. The government of tliel'uited
States has not any present intention
to withdraw its legation from Pekin.
"2. The government of Hit l'nit;d
States accepts the plenipotcntini y
Earl Li Hung Chnng and Prince
Chiog as prima facia eullieient for
the preliminary negotiations look
ing toward the return of the impe
rial Chinese government ami to the
resumption of its authority at Pekin
and toward the negotiation of a
OF
GRAND
OPENING
FALL
WINTER
GOODS
THE BIG CASH
a pii1-'- mum
complete settlement by the duly ap
pointed plenipotentiaries of the
powers and of Cli na.
"3. To these ends, the United
States minister in Pekin will be
authorized to enter into relations
with Earl Li and Prince Ching as
the immediate representatives ol
the Chinese emperor.
"Department of Slate, Washing-
ton,"Sept.21, 1900."
Four Men Dead.
Equinoctial Storm Was Severe at
VanCouver.
Vancouver, BC, Sept 21
Four men at least met death in
tho equinoctial storm that went
over the Gulf of Georgia. A fish
ing boat was6een to capsize just
inside the Narrows and its four
occupants were thrown into the
water. A boat sent to the rescne
was also upset but tho men were
picked up by a tug. The fisher
men however were u,ot found.
Great anxiety is felt for other
fishermen who are still out, Sev
eral small steamers and scows
broke loose from their moorings
and were damaged or sunk as
they smashed into the wharves.
Home industries properly patron
ized are worth more to a town by
way of making it a substantial place
to live in and do businesa in than
anything else. A town that has the
natural resources to make it an in
dustrial and commercial center
slould not criminally neglect any
opportunity.
The Autumnal Equinox
A touch of the regular eipnoctial
gnk-s visited Muskogee last night,
and with the remembrance of lha
Galveston horror so fresh in the
peoples minds, many were consider
ably alarmed. Suiall trees were
blown down and limbs scattered
about. The rain and mud will per
haps last until after Sunday, the
dav of autumnal equinox when the
day and night are of equal length j When a man gets up in the mid
all over the world. The sun will; tllo of the night he doesn't strike
enter the first point of Libra about a light half as easily as ho strikes
11:40. The celestial equator and
eliptie intersect cadi other at that
time. Muskogee Times.
luwn omt.anAJ. "u3EaiiyUT. ctkj i
THE STRIKE CRISIS IS NEAP.1
To-Morrow when the Mines Open
The Climax is Expected.
TROUBLE IS FEARED.
The Hills Around Shenandoah are
Dotted with the Militia Camps
and Troops are Constant
ly Arriving to Protect
the Collieries.
Sheuandoah.Pa., Sept. 22 With
2,200 troops camped on the hills
surrounding the town and with
four Gatling guns and tvo field j
rifles commanding the roads She
nandoah has had a day of peace.
The crisis is expected Monday.
Then the collieries will be reopen
ed and many miners will return to
work. Trouble is feared and the
authorities are preparing for a
fitrncL'le with the thousands of
Lithunians and Slav strikers, who
declare no coal shall be mined till
their demauds are granted. Late
this afternoon Brigadier General
Gobin, in command of the state
troops here, held a long confer
ence with tho oflicials of the Le
high and other mine interests.
A HEAVY BET OH BRYAN.
Twenty Thousand Dollars Bet ou
the Nebraskan.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 21 Having
full faith in his judgment, formed
after close observation of condi
tions, Colonel W. II. Dewey, of
Idaho, has made a wager of 20,000
that William Jeuuings Bryan will
bo the next president of the Uni
ted States. Colonel Dewey got
odds of 2 to 1.
his shins.
Have you tried that Bi
at E V llolliiiKSworlh's.
K flour
THE BIG
wmiii
THE DIG CASH STORE, as
usual, right in the load
w ith tho Largest, Uest,
and Cheapest Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Hoots ever
brought to Chickasha.
We have the Cheapest
and best assorted stock
of CLOTHING IN THE TOWN.
STORE:
J.
!
DON'T
BLAME
THE
'5
If the biscuits are not good;
It's all in the Flour.
SUPREME FLOUR,
IIS GUARANTEED
To be the Best Flour sold in Chickasha,
Or your money refunded.
HIGHEST PRICE!
HIGHEST QUALITY!
WHITEMAN BROS..
Solo Wholesale Distributing Agents for above Flours.
AIIDMORE,
-HOUSES-
iir
C. H. Campheix. Pres., sir. 11. JonssuN,
K. K. Woottln, Jit., Vice Pres., Cashier,
No. 5431.
First National Bank,
CHICKASHA, IND. TER.
Capital . . . . $25,000.00.
UHHECTORS:
II.. V. Ihiirhind, C. If. H'ssent. 'it, Hum!, K. It. Johnson. A. I. .Vail,
It. A'. H'uoten.jr., Il'cbb Hcmlrh, C. B. Campbell, It. It. Johnson.
Offers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances,
Business and Responsibility Warrant.
II. P. Smith, PresMent.
Wm. Isman, Vice-Pres.
NO.
Citizens National Bank
CHICKASHA, IND. TER.
Capital, - - $50,000.00.
It. I'. Smith, J. C. l)ritjtj?rs. Win. Innan, w - '
". L. Sairyt-rs, J, II. Tut lie,
Hanover National, New York; National llanli of Commerce. Kansas City, Mo,;
M"iv!)mts an I Planter, Siiermn. Tex , Co ill natal Nation tl Hank, St. Louis
iiivi rue ii ii'.'it i iiini'inn
A REAL CALIFORNIA SUIT FOR
S12.50.
Keal California Pants :.," I and &1.00. Can give you
A Good Suit $-1.00, t.50 and $5.00.
E SELL THE OLD RELIA
BLE HAMILTON BROWN
Shoes and IJjuts. The best in the World.
N DRY GOODS WE ARE
STRICTLY IN THE SWIM.
A gootl yard wide Sea Island Domestic 20 yards for
1.0t). A g:od Outing, 20 yards for 1.00.
Flannel Da-Laine A splendid goods for Ladies house
Dresses cts. Can give a good Standard Calico,
fast colors for 4.V cts. Cotton Checks o0 yards fr
$1.00. We can save you money
CHICKASHA.
J, T. AnsT, Ass't. Cashier,
U. V. Johnson, Ass't. Cashier.
C. T. EitwiN, Casbicr,
I. N. Descomuks, Ass't Cashier.
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