The Chickasha Daily Express.
Chickasha, Indian Territory, Wednesday, September 26, 1900.
For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After.
Established January I, 1900.
The Predicted Clash Didn't
Occur, as Miners Did
Try to Work.
MANY MORE MEN ARE IDLE
additions to their ranks and Presi
dent Mitchell himself estimates
that the striking force was aug
mented today to the extent of
l,S0O to 2,000.
Me:iulimB coal shipments from
the mines are daily growing less
md reports of advances in prices
for the commodity are received
from all sections.
Owners Claim that Men
Ret arned to Work but
the Facts Point Otherwise.
SHIPMENTS ARE LESS
on sale at
Dli. It. P. TYE,
Physician and Surgeon.
HcsldeH iloini? u cuniTOi practice ill re
special attention to ull kinds of surgery. Alic
Buwon C. II. I. A. I. Ky. Co.
Office corner rhickaslia ave mid Fourth st.
' v7Ti ..mi x t i: n,
Physician & Surgeon.
onice In CityOrux Store
Phone No. 6
CIM'.'KASIIA. I T
J. E. ST1XSOX, M. J).,
Physician & Surgeon.
(alls Promptly Attended day or nit'lit.
(Ullce Phone i" . Residence I'lione iO.
Reports of the Advance in Prices
of Coal aro Received From
All Sections and Ship
ments are Growing
Less Day ly
Dr. C. P. BROWN,
Physician and Sugeon.
Oltlce In resilience.
Chli kasbn. !. T
I) It. K. L. DAWSON,
Physician and Surgeon,
Pout Office Unit! S,nre.
Klir'KKF.K IN UANKIil'TCV
, NOTAllY I'trHLIC.
Office over Citizens Hank.
J. D. BRIDGRS,
Real Kstate, Pension, General
Agent and Notary Public
Onice ontthSt. wmlh of (.'hickasha Avenue,
U.O. Davidson. I',. Hul.llr
DAVIDSON fc KIDDLK,
ATTORN I ES at LAW,
NOTAKV ri liLlC IX OFFICE.
Office in Houriu:id builillntr.
Chickasha. .... I mi Tcj
Germany is Taking in Sail
and Slowing Down on
Her Big Chinese
A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE.
A Darn was Ilurlod Into a Saloon
and Sixteen Persons Were
1 Juried Under the Heap
Faribault, Mil)., Sent. 21 Mea
ger details have just reached here
of a terrible catastrophe which vis
ited the village of Morristown, ten
miles west of here, shortly before 6
o'clock this evening. The village
was struck by a cyclone and a barn
was raised in the air and dropped
directly on top of Paul Gatzke'a
saloon, where tixteen persons had
taken refuge from the storm. The
saloon collapsed find all the occu
pants were buried in the debris. At
present it is saut that eight dead
bodies and three injured persons
have betnj aken from the rums.
New York, Sept. 21 'Wall street
is usually able to maintain its equi
librium, but it was staggered today
when Louis V. Dell, a brker,olTered
to put up 100,0' 0 McKinley money
against 50,000 Bryan money. Up
to the lime the exchange closed the
offer had not been accepted.
Chairman Hancock repeats the
UNCL. SAM'S DICTATION
Gives the Powers Some
Idea of Justice Toward
If the biscuits are npt good;
It's all in the Flour.
SUPREME FLOUR, f
Will First bo Instituted Before
the Punishment of the Insti
gators of the Outrage to
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. L'L
Instead of expected clash between
the troops and striking minework
ers in the Schuylkill region today
a peaceful calm pervaded th
region, and 'there was not the
slightest disorder for the soldiers
to Ihj called noon tooucll. While
the operators claim that a mimb';r
of their employes returned
work at the mines in the Schuyl
kill region it was early in the
day evident that the operations
did not assure the activity the
inineowners had y esterday antici
pated and indications tonight arej une warning ho gave at the begin
that tomorrow will find more idle
collieries than at any time Mtiee
the strike begun. -
The soldiers moved over the
roads leading to the collieries
in Schuykill county from early
morning and thus afforded protec
tion to those desirous of returning
1 he strike leaders claim manv
London, Sep. 25. A semiollicial
announcement has been issued in St.
Peters burg that the European cabi
nets are engaged in an endeavor to
induce Germany to abandon her de
mand for the surrender of the in
stigators of the anti-foreign outrages
as a preliminary to peace negotia
tions. The Vienna correspondent
of the Daily Chronicle asserts that
Russia's reply to the German note
is very friendly, but that, although
it appear to consent to Germany's
proposal, it practically disapproves
by asking whether it would not be
best to open peace negotiations first
and to make the punishment of the
instigators of the outrages the first
discussion. According to theBerlin
To be the Best Flour sold in Chickasha,
Or your money refunded.(
Sole Wholesale Distributing Agents for above Flours.
iiini! of the campaign the proba
bilit v of a democratic house of rc-. correspondent ol the Daily Express,
publicans have controlled the house
for three terms and it has been rare
that a party has exceeded this peri
od of ascendancy in the house.
Germany will make anew proposal,
namely, that the great powers form
an international court to try the
Chinese ollicials accused of compli
city in the outrages.
C. n. Campuei-l, Pres., 'oH. B. Johnson, J, T. Acst, Ass't. Cashier, JH
K. K. Woottkn, Ja., Vice Pres., Cashier. U. F. Johnson, Ass't. Cashier
f IV I I'
First National Bank,
CHICKASHA, IND. TER.
S Capital . . . $25,000.00.
R. M. Ronrland, C H. Rtssent. R. Bund, E. R. Johnson, A. L. .Vail,
R. K. H'uotenjr., Webb Uendrh, C. B. Campbell, H. B. Johnson,
Offers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances,
Bnsines's and Eesponsibility Warrant.
In spite of the political rabies now
marking the conduct of many promi- j Ardmore, Sept. 24 James Ver
lieiit per?o..s, the idea seems to be million was placed in jail here on a
crowing with the people that the i warrant charging him with the kill
Republic will live if either Bryan or i ing of Joe Neimiiichek, which oc
McKinley is elected. - curred recently ncarl'urcell.
D. P. Smith, President,
Wm. Inuan, Vlce-Pres.
C. T. Erwin. Cashier,
I. X. Dbscohues, Ass't Cashier.
Citizens National Bank
CHICKASHA, IND. TER.
Capital, - - $50,000.00.
B. I'. Smith, J. C. Drhjgers, Wm. Inman, . - -
W. L. Sawyers, J, II. Tuitle,
Hanover National, New. York; National Uanlt of Commerce, Kansas City, Mo.;
Merchants ani Planters, SUermin, Tex., Continental National Hank, St. Louis
X. M. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at Lav.
imre In farcy & Kllzpatrli k lulliliii!M
DUAVKKS A SAYEIJ
Attorneys at Law,
Ollcc In rear of Citizens Hank.
Chickasha, : Indian TcrrltnrT
P. B. MO NIC A Ii,
Attorney at Law.
Ollli eonc door West tf new Kink bullilini;.
ciias. m. n:ciiiii:iMi;i:,
Attorney at Law.
Office 111 rear of Hunk of Clilc kasha.
Texas lnmls for sale or tra lr.
Olllce wllh J I' Hrul.M S j
Chickasha, ;'. ld. Tcr.j
II. L. GKIG.VBY
Atrorney at Law,
Practices In all courts In the Territories.
u V. iioi.pTniJT" KKKOUU ItONC
HOLDING & BO SD,
Attorneys at Law.
Onice In New Post Odlcc Huildinif.
Chickasha, - Ind. Tor
W I Oilbert
U ' til Ibcrt.
GILISKUr & GILBKRT.
Attorneys at Law,
IH'NCAN, lull. Ter.
Dr. B. W. FKSLEB,
Up stairs in Post Office Building.
Voltaire: History is little else
than a picnic of human crimes
THE BIG CASH STORE:
THE PIG CASH STOKE, as
usual, right in the lead
with tho Largest, Pest,
and Cheapest Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Ptxits ever
brought to Chickasha.
We have tho Cheapest
and best assorted stock
of CLOTHING IN THE TOWN.
REAL CALIFORNIA SUIT FOR
Keal California Pants $3.o0 and $1.00. Can give you
A Good Suit $1.00, $1.50 and $5.00.
E SELL THE OLD RELIA
BLE HAMILTON BROWN
Shoes, and Poots. Tho best in tho World.
N DRY GOODS WE ARE
STRICTLY IN THE SWIM.
A gooil yard wide Sea Island Domestic 20 yards for
$1.00. A good Outing, 20 yards for $1.00.
Flannel De-Laine A splendid goods for Ladies house
Dresses cts. Can give a good Standard Calico,
fast colors for 4 cts. Cotton Checks 30 yards for
$1.00. We can save you money
J. G. MAYS Prow.
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