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THOUSANDS IN LINE.
Tha Great Rush for the Registration Booths
MANY STRIPPERS FILE,
Yast Crowds of Prospective Solders De
clare Their Right to Uncle
EXCITING HEWS FROM BORDER TOWNS
HFTYWACON LOADS OFSOON
FEARS OF WATER FAMINE ALLAYED.
fi'ii IlrliiR KeRliiterril lit I In- ltnt of Ono
Hundred mill l'lfly 1111 llniir AnuiMiis '
liirlilenli-t'rinuN nf People Louie
(Inllnle lnr OrWinlii-A I'm
1'iiliitt Alum! tlm Slrlp.
the number Of colored men ;mtl Humcn
thnt nre npplvlng for eertilicntes So
fur It has Iwon estimated nnu third nre
colored, till inloiH upon polling a
clntm or town lot, and n'l patiently
awaiting their turn! Tltc registration
ienot progressing an rapidly ns the
iltlNioni throng desires. '1 here wore
:i number of gentlemen watching mi I
timing the registration nt different
tiines anil the hlh-st estimate I hoard
g'voti for n day's work was two thou
sand, which, with the live days and a
half allowed for that purpose, would
ner. hits tli courage to nemanu
everv right KUniftnlml l '" ,,v 'aw.
When asked how she nttstetl the niclit
tdie laughing! r i-eplted, "Oh. reading
the stars, and tho hnloof ouch pointed
to a quarter suction of land teeming
with milk nml honey or n corner lot
embellished with n massive bloek or
marble, and they were nil to l.ctnllio."
lint coffee, aaiidwlehwnid I. o Water
are p-ssad ahnr the entire line every
hour of the night and day. Scores
of teams are hnulL.g wntr froni the
springs ami river and foml from
the city for tho u e of the camp
ers and stock Tiiero Is no diminu
tion in the supply of water, feed or
camping supplies. I'uhmci Uullairher
vntion ov-ine siti"-ii.
st 500 booui'
Tho initial move towards un taring
tho lund of Canaan, Iciiown as the
('horokeo strip, lias been inudo
The rush has begun and now all is
pntli and excitement.
Yesterday morning tho booths for
registration wure thrown open and at
each point wero
I.OXO UN'KM or fiKTTI.IIKN
waiting to' 'declare tliuir intentions."
Tho lines from the booths extonded
far out over the barren prairies. And
those lines were increased and aug
mented throughout the day. At each
booth around the Btrip at the points of j
plnco the number to be granted this nays th it he will emp'o-. i.ooo clerks
privilege at eleven lliousnnl at tiiu
present rut c. His to bo liopod however,
that some steps will bo taken to tic
commodale all who apply, und we
have every reason to believe' that mi h
will be the ease.
The lines beau to form last night
at S o'clock, with fom young Indies in
tho load. Two of them were frotti
Kansas and tho other two from Ohio:
the latter two being ucco'tii '''eJ '
an old veteran who had nearly r ,ich' .1
tho allotted term of tliret :.or,
and ten. lty 10 o'clock the lines
numbered TOO and Uopt Increasing dur
ing the night until this morning, when
tiiero were nt least 1,200 in line. They
formed three lines from each booth,
one extending west, the other two
oast, each about one-eighth of a milo
long. There was not much sleeping
Inir in tho linos during the night,
neither was there any sleep to be rad
in tho tenia adjoining, as the howling,
screeching und Ringing throghoiil the
night was enough to awaken 'he dead
There was considerable demand dur
ing tho night for refreshments, and
tho hawkers of various edibles did
quite a thriving business.
Hut the most mysterious personage
about tills booth, nml probably at all
the others, seemed to bo ".too.'' wl.o
if It requires thai number to register
ail applicants nciorc noun oi me mm
It can be stated upon '.lie authority
of C. II. Strohen, the trim dispatcher
for tho Santi l'e rallrotd in this city,
Miat the regular passenger and freight
trains will be run on schedule time to
and 'through the Cherokee Strip on
Saturday, tho Intli iust.. the day of
the opening of the Outlet to settlement.
1 1 is re
era froinl t- i .;tv nUAiuilic3, in
'J'oxas, fir turning their t,r"s home
ward. Vnrly nil these mf own loo
acres of landtjsh in tU-fona Star
state and found upon reaching the
threshold of the stiin tliat they are
not entitled to land in the new coun
try. It would bo well for intending
settlors to "rend up" before tfiey leave
A girl Willi short hnir, painted face
and a smirk on her face, was among
t'uo fiist in line at Orlando yesterday.
Mho curiied her canteen ami looked
All roads lead to the booths.
The Santa Fe depot was crowed yes
tcrdu with prospective settlers who
interrogated one another "regarding
. All tho hotels nre crowded.
KILLED FOR MOffiUT;
I trlli roil
MRS. JANE VVRICIIT MURDERBD
AT KAN8AS CITY.
TOE PBBPEfH-TQRU ARRESTED.
ilolm ClnrU, n Iterfintlj- HpIp,hI U.oi-
mix Oituvlrl. Iinil llnrfv .Inn,., u
KniKin Ully Ctmk. tliilvr Arrnt
lor i lie Crlinii Clnrk II nn-
fCKRtl nml Iniiilliules
loiic4 Other (rlmlnnl.
.lane Wriglit, pisjJWtetor of Madame
Wright's employment ngener in this
elty, was found dead in her oflb e in
the Hull building Saturday evening
She hud been foully murdered and the here as lioing somewhat renssurinir.
deed was eommltUd within hi'itr'ni"-f, though the fact is not lost siirht of
liOsmiN. Sept. 11. An ofUrfnl ilto
pateh has lieen received at tit llritlsh
legation here wh'oh seems to throw
light upon-thc situation alTalrs in tho
distill hod republic The message ro;
fen oil to sa,v that Ilio dc .laneiro Is in
a Miuio oi perfect tranquility, niarniiw
lnr renorta to the eontrarv i with' I
Rtuiul ii,-. l'h streets, It Is added,
wear then- n.nal aspect: the theaters
am open and matters are running
.llolltf lis llsu.il.
'I'lie ottici il inessaTi' adds that the
llia.'ilian goet tnneni N strong, has
the (iintideiu'e of the m ij.irily of the
people and tli it it is aide to roprevs
anil will repre it all rcvi 4
There is a significant iding to this
uiciisure, lioueei, ami tL.itis that it
is admilU'd that the insm gents hav
ntteuw"W"J t.i s-i,.er . ill'idlnga
at Various pdn's out they were re
fused, and, it is said, a pear to be
thoroughly disheartened and likely to
surrender nt any moment.
1 his official message Is reirnrded
tlovornor Swln.'ford was busy at the
seemed to be every whore nt the same land office yesterday afternoon c.v
time, nnd yet was not once seen by
the writer; and the strongest part of
tho whole si'.Vair was Uinl every one in
the cnti:e lino w::( trying to lo'l .bc
whore hih mnlcs could be found, l.ut
they wme ev deully playing horse
with .loe, for ho had not found his
mulo this morning when legislration
plaining strip matters lo ougor iiuos
tioueru. Sooner will be tarred nnd feathered
MR. TELLER O.N THE PRESS.
of the register!
ildifliiatjvere stationed, wlio
Tiucli anv disturbances
Kor the inostjttart the lines were or
derly, and hdSlvil not bee fo-lh"
Uramalure Jrf. moi. u bit
of tiuplcafttBar" would have
occurred at imSAiu oilicurft ut the
various bootmio vory proficient
in their w-orSKsflfhe day advanced and
tho scrp 'ntinojihiwjijf prospective set
tlors were Ttfmi ing. "Strippers"
were admitted Jnto't.ie booths
U A.t A timi:,
and n dignified sentinel in United
Slates uniform, qoeupiod a position
npar one ( booth tp sue that not more
(hun sjx men registered at one
Jts calculated lat npt loss than
wore lined up in front of tho ninny
booths around the strip during Mini.
At Orlando there were not loss than
5.000; at Arkansas City 15,000; Still
water n,000; Hennessey i.00-i; Caldwell
10,0' d; lvi'owa 8.000; at other booths
the crowds were estimated at from
8,000 to 10,000.
At Orlando yesterday morning 150
registrations wore made eory hour
during the afternoon nnd toward night
the number of men turned away
i dadied over 175 per hour.
1'ullowing aro tho
OKI'lt'KllS IN T1IK UOOTIIS:
At Orlando .lames Cole, olllcer in
charge; Jacobus S. Jones, W. V. O'Oon
qgliu David I.ascallett, llichard
.ewls, Christojiher Mnller.
Yesterday's Santa Fp trains carrlid
pyer 1,500 peoplu from this eily to Or-
Japtjo, Ijesldes eight baggage cars
jpaded with luggage, Juncli stands,
law ojllcca and rip raps. Several stocks
of merchandise wero alsocanlcd up
by the through and local freight
.-trains. All this is but n faint indioa
lion of the army of homescoktrs that
will toon surge around tho thresh
hold of the promised land. This pre
liminary rush for booths will continue
until Sulurduy, when at 12 o'uloek
llio grandest, most exciting "run
homes" known in the history of man
will take place.
tiii: oki.aniio i.im:s.
1'i'iiuilin to the
1 could not help but fed
for the poor fellow,
enormous irculuti- n
hKADKi! 1ms, if doe would
come ' to Tin: I-kahkk oBice
I ulor ill" ii ilm- fmirp Antl-.SIUcr
1'iipem 1 1m Home.
Wahiinoion, Sept. 11. When tho
With Be,lnto ,net' Saturday the resolution of-
,j , ifered by Mr. 1'eiTer of Kansas, calling
lor inioruinuou wii.'iuur ine uiiiiouui
banks in Philadelphia, Nqw York or
ISoston had mainluined their law
ful resei 'o anil wftf(vr n.e
lid tint the 1 inks had Ufen iinr-
thousands of people, as her olh . .
we:o in the heart of tho city nnd was
killed when most poople are 'on the
street about 5 p in. W hen
found by the janitor of t-ie
building she was lying iqi.ii tho
lloor wit' her hands und fe.q tied
togeth ..' .1 her face presented a hor
rible s.c '.it as she had boon struck
several bbWB whieh il Isfigurc d her in
a terrible miuiuor. She ha I evidently,
been strangled to death ns tlrgcr
marks were plainly noticeable upon
It ves dillleult to obtain a clue to
the perpetrator of the crime, nuduutil
josterday there Is iiotlii.i; to indieato
wlio was the actually giu'ty pirty or
artles. Her sou, .lolm 1'ioisy. by
hur first luisbniiu, nnd Albert l.uii'-k,
who had been in their employ for
sometime, wero nrrestel on mi pieion,
but were subsequently roleasul. there
being not enough evideme against
them to warrant the opinion tli ittney
were connected with the crime.
Tiiero seems little doubt now that
too real nerpeiraiors oi in, muin
inai ii is an "onicinr ooinmuulcnl'. n
from the llritish government, nnd
therefore likely to depict the situation
in the most favorable colors.
On the other hand, the message sent
bv the I'pltcd States minister, Mr.
Thomas I,. Thompson, slating thnt
there is dnnger of bombarding llio de
Janeiro, is looked upon as being the
most trustworthy statement of the
state of affairs existing there.
KANSAS AT -IHB FAIR.
' li Mute! nml ii Territory Mill Set lorth
'1 Ii til r (InhiM.
I'liicvoo.Sept. II - llogiiiniiig to da.
tho KniiMUis Will bo hero for a week,
and Ihev will have as companions the
people of Vermont, Marylnml, Michi
gan, Ohio, Volorndo, Hie shoe and
leather men. tho army of railroad
employes, tho New Mexican citizens
ana the silvorite- -ii the West Tho
veterans will ah, " 'nto w itii the
1'epublic of Costl o Koeley in
stitute graduates, go llio amateur
athletic union. "J states and ter
ritories celebrate iB wool; will
r l ' "s
Y ! '
Tile whole world N ufi.i inn sIumm, nnd pietty much eervbody in tov i
siloes, too. Nun ei.nlili, , , Intn niiMhllig better, either. Ill the lino O
because tbi rn.ni w, n uo, , n un , ,. jj,,h,Jly wnuts a poornr
I conies to f.Hilw. ii. . A bi.l s ,, i,es n i,.,,,!,.,- ,Kit, nml tondi'r sit . i
touched iRhlly. If Mill want to to. i,h . mi po.Ket iMH.k lihtl. nml th
ih a tender pot noA-a-iiMx. cuiiio iii a fin sho,.... v,, , ,,, ,., , ,
autiiinii MMir for lioiu or mil of iIoom, buslines oi pli uie
Eisenschmidt & Hettch,
I1H WKST OKLAHOMA
lio represented ur their governors,
aro now under arrest i n I Unit their ! The exposition managers expect this
and insert it few lines in It-? olnm
he would i-robabiy re over til it iuu!c j hud paid thslr check
diUmut-BvcblAsrot MSMNIl TliA WA "ttmwdMfc nor Mti.
i. ... t, i.a ..;.. 1. Il..,m
truwu. D.u . v.. j, ... I fitted by the o.veontlve otlieers of the
sol vos with at the hard'hl. they aie ,..,,,..,., ,,.,,,, vloi...., the law
i . .- .:'. . .:
object in killing Hie w in.ni was for
money. Yesterday a'teinoon the
poll.'c nrrosted one Jol n l.ir',,. wW
wus released from the Kan-, . peni
tential' September .1. ill lev i iiig a
11 vo years' sent enoe for bur-fl iry. and
he has confessed his) ai t'eiput. u in the
murder, in tho actual work of nhieli
he oluiins to have liad no hai .1, how
ever. The other, Harry Join- a cook
wlio lives with his l'c ul 1 IS
Independence avdime, domes connec
tion with the eiiino. '1 hoiv1 is no
doubt, however, that the real murder
ers have be,en captuied.
week's attendance wld oxeocd that of
last week, whieh was l.M'.i.Qmi, the
banner-bearing record for the season.
The attendance for the wholu month
of May was ,mly l,o;.0,0j". Tho
emergency r , -A Saturday received
13) eases for iUment, hut only ono
was serious, Unit of un oinployo at the
Murine cafe, who tu ' ''illy jammed
his beau through a swinging glass
Tlio paid admissions at the world's
fair yesterday was 31,83;..
HiintHH II. Uteri to Vltlt tho l'ulr.
KN'SA Citt, Mo., Popt 11. A
A liLllo Swiss waLeh. with chased
ttoltl aw. which UaLbeloaired to tho spelal8aiitn Je train wIUi S15 mem
undergoing. Thore have boon a num
borof business houses a nd Industrie of
various kinds estnM. .!'.! here. f)ne
liiindry, two barber shi ps, ono feed
store, one tobacco i iurv, one doctor.
Lawyers and rtiu-nU too numer
ous to mention- .!. seem to b doln
a thriving bit .'. ''. There is one
tiling more that ailglit be mentioqed,
wliile the-e i . nit much complaint
water is not a plentiful near the
booth as it was during the voyago of
our nue'eat 'i ':id parent. Mr. Xnuh,
It sells 'e iv rod, one dollar per ' nrrel
nnd llfly unts per barrel at tho spring
Occasionally a stripper can be seen to
walk out over the 100-foot strip as far
as the danger line, shu lo his eye wl li
liis hand, look longingly out oier the
promised land, and returns apparently
well tatifclied I am afraid a groat
many of them will bo like our illustri
ous ancestor, Mr .Moses, will have to
content themselves with looking.
dead imaa. led to Wdirn t unravel- I berSftl the Kii, UMtorlsf asswia
ingof the crime It had icon con-! t'on, V- Aind from 'iopek to the
s tacitly worn by her It bad been ' world-, fair, will leave this elVy to-
Wliat thu ItiiunirrH Want
OlI.AXl)0 IlooTll, Sept. 11, 1SW.
Special to the luidur.
From all that I have spen 1 should
judge that there aro more people here,
to ttp square inch at proscpt, wanting
something, and wanting it badly.than
unywheio in the United States. Somp
fount to eat. soipo wnnt water, somp
whisky, somp want to register, a few
want claims und there aro possibly a
few wanting town loUi of the latter,
there are probably not not more than
twonty thousand at tills booth. Thero
uro ot ptesont probably twelve hun
dred in line wuiting to comply with
the requirements of thu proclamation,
and it is quite uu interesting crowd.
There aro old women and young
women, comely ones and homely ones,
old men and young ones, rioli and
A prominent, fcaturo of this booth is
I'roiii the North Mil.
Akkansas Citv, Kan., SepL 11.
Since yesterday morning thero Iiub
been a continual string of covered
wagons arriving hero and going Into
camp in Uivorviow, Harmo'i and Lin
coln parks along the Walnut and Ar
kansas rivers. In addition to these at
ieiKt 500 arrived on horseback, and
possibly 1,000 over the Santa l'e and
Missouri Pacific and 'Frisco railroads.
Conservative estimates place the num
ber of arrivals yestordny by the differ
ent avenues at 3,000 people, making in
tho aggregate about 12,000 homo
seekers In tho immediate vicinity of
The largo number of arrivals is at
tributed to the facts that the registra
tion booths would ..bo opened this
morning. Uooth Xo. tl, under the
charge of Colonel V J. (iallagher and
a score of expert clerks, bVlocnlo.l a
half mile east of the Santa Fe railroad
and four miles south of this city.
The iir.sl man to take his place in
the then inaglnary line was
John ii. Cameron, a real es
tate agent, who resides in Kansas
Citv. li wa,s born in liiirliugtou,
Iowa, 30 years ago, but has been q
resident of Kansas City (or twenty
years. Ho tpoU li position Saturday
evening at (1 o'clock No. S is J. It.
Soav, of this city, a nephew; of tiov
ornor Seay, of OUlulio.ua; No. 3 Is J.
It. Anderson, of 1531 McUuo street,
Kansas City, Mo.; .No. 1 is J- C Colum
bia, of Arkansas City. Kan-, n nun
who has bJon waiting here for this
opportunity to goi a uomu on me
strip for two years; Xo. f is Frank
Howard, of lloston, tyis.
Tins line at 0 o'clock Inst evening
wu a.oro than a half mile in length
and numbered between 80S and '."m
persons, who roprosont all shades,
nationalities, conditions and sexes.
The young man who has just passed
and tho purpose of his resolution was
to know why tbt' was being done,
The debate cocmuml on the motion
of Mr. Mcl'hetsoi. of New Jersev to
rpfer the rosoluLc a to, th5 fliinnte
committee until ' o'clock when t.n
repeal bdl was L.i.l b.'fore the ao.it.
and the resolut-on went over until
Mr. Teller of Colorado was . ecog
ulxetl ns having the lloqr qn the repeal
bill, but before lie began his speech
Mr. Stpwart questioned the proseucQ
pt a quorum and the roll was called,
Forty-three seiiatorsanswer.nl to their
names and Mr. Teller proceeded to
address tho senate in opposition to the
repeal of tho Sherman net Tho llrst
hour was devoted to a denunciation of '
the press f..r attempting to coerce tho
senate into passing tho repeal bill.
He said there wer.i no longer great
newspapers which directed public sen
timent; they wero now run as a man
ufacturing industry, to inuke.inoucy.
grhu IIoihg'. fteislim Very ISrlnf.
Wamiiixotox, SopL-lL Whun the
house mot Saturday objection was made
to the consideration 'of a resolution
proposed by Mr. Miokeljohn of
Nebraska calling for information as
to tho administration of the pension
net of iMio. Mr. l'aynter, from the
committee on elections, submitted a
report permitting Kopresentative
llelknap Of tho Fifth .Michigan dis
trict to make a contest for the seat
hold by Mr, Uiohardson and giving
him sixty days iq wliieh to take testi
mony Then tho house adjourned to
CORN CROP IS IMPAIRED.
'stolen from her Aod.v by the inuider
crs. It had foil lo the share oi Clark.
Within two hours after llio crime,
Clark, unstrung nnd excited, sum
moned an acquaintance and iriond of
a week, Charles Cheek, a b irtender.
' To him he showed his moncv, then
,iulled out the waKli
' I've a mind to l ,nw it away,"
Why ' ssked hK friend.
'Well I've a iruai! -" saic t lar,
' that's what l'l' 'do I'll t' row it
uwny. No," sudreuly vha:h mg his
mind. "here, von 'uke it and keen it."
Had he kopt Ins nrst rcait'lon re- Lonoi n ' iiansiers unci Wie strongest
garding the little gold iliniipicie the brokers .hat the pinouued pol -jv of
murder or Mute Wright might still be tins goMrnment win result mueu
morro evening at 7:10 o'clock for
Knsllili riiiaticlem thieiisy.
Xkw Yoisk, SopL 11. Private ad
vices from reliable sources in inner
linaucial circle i are that iquoh un
easiness is being felt in London over
the emphatic piliey of the present ad
ministration eomeruing tlio repeal of
the hherinnn not. The largo majority
i ir it-s repeal in the house und the
pro pi etiv majority ill tho senate
l.ao orfa' oned this srjdden uneasi
ness. 1' is v'Ueved bv the ablest
a mystery. Hut the watch wus pnsssd
A little scroll upon the front or the
ease bore the initials !. W." And
when Clieek read of Jan Wright's
murder yosterday morning it flashed
upon hltn that he had in his keeping
thu watch of the dead woman and
that lie, probably ah n , knew tire
identity of her murderer
The police wero notified A son of
Mine. Wright nud her uoman book
keeper identified the watch at a
The watch had a broken crystal nnd
the hands had stopped ut one minute
before 0 o'clock. The timepiece hud
doubtless been out of the way a fow
minu.os,- for Mine. Wright's book
keeper, lust of her friends to see her
nllvo. did not leave the ofiicj until,
after ft o'clock on the night of thq
piurder. When shown the watch
Froisy at oj;eo identitled it as having
belonged to his mother. He had not
pot bed its disappearance the night
before, else tlio motive of the crime
would have been nt once apparent.
Ltint night tiark confessed that lie
had had a hand in the murder, but
that Harry Jones was the principal,
it was Jones who knew of the woman
uinl her, hoarded wealth. It was Jomj
who planned the robbery. jUpoPSlfe
Madame WrJghfe- oflleo on Ninth
street the two men stood Saturday
until thoy saw Miss Williams leave
the olUce at 0:i'5. Then Jones went
up and soon nppeure 1 at' the window,
the signal for Clark to join him. As
Clark rem lied the door Jones was
beating and choking the prostrate
lanrvr ijinortntions of irold iuu. .' h
United States than had been estimated.
The four exists that tho present poliev
of the administration will force for
eign nations to promptly join in an
international agreement on silver.
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
in the DRUG LINE.
Proscripiions Filled Day or llighl.
A. C. HIXON,
second Hand Store,
New Goofts bt 2'M-Hand Prices.
Sec our Gasoline Stoves they can't be
beat. Sold right DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
. Oklahoma Ave. bet: First u,., Division.
G B " ,- H 8 S Bll
Kiel 1 A OP QiH AT
u M rvii on
i 110 uC1
woman. I nev senriliocl ner lioilv for
September report of , tj,e nioney together, it was Jones
ten years, (my ! who found it and Jones ho tied her
his nncket Then they I ed
A I'iiII of Jloni lliini Ton I'olut In Con
llltlun blin-n n .Monti, Ago.
W.siiiNOTo.,Sept. 11. Tho Septem
ber crop roport of. tlio department of
agriculture shows a decline of over
ten points in thu condition of corn t j
70.7 from ts7 in the month -of August
and t3 3 in July. The chf.nyu is
marked In nearly all of tho surplus
corn state. The present condition Is
r7 in Indiana, 01 In Ullno.s, txi in
Iown. 2 in Missouri, 7S in 1 Camas and
71 in Xebraska. In comparison
uire. were lower, .o j in inm, iinas ami feet Willi cor
7iS m ls7 and 7tt tl in lssft In the !
same uior.tli in lS'ri the ciiidltion was j
7t. (I, or nearly three points higher
than the preseui month. Iheto bus
been general decline in condition
throughout tho country which has been
caused by the widely prevailing
Tho condition of uhoat, considering
both winter and spr ng, when harvest
ed was 71 against 5 3 in Irttt. Tho
i; eiur.il average is tho lovcst since
!-S5 wlion it was 75. The reported
coudiiious for the principal wheat
growing states, aro; I ml in mi a$.
Illinois 00, Wisconsin 80, Minnesota
i'.". J own 83, Missouri ill, Kansas
f-i, Nebraska RS.
The ic has boon a further doeliuu in
the condition of oats during tho past
mouth the general average stnudiug
Co:iKi-i' ut IIiiIIkUi.ik.
Cuk aoo. Sept 11 All the irrout re
ligions of tho world and of Christen
dom, all shades of religious belief will
bo represented and exploited in tho
coming wsoks lu tha hospitable halls
of the art rulnco Ttiis religious
oosinos combines many congresses
and ineludeH tho great unrliamunt of
relic '.ons wliieh opens, its sessions lu day
and continueN fur scviUiMeo days
VTlie purliument is, of ogitjr$ii the rutin
fenturo o tU" series. Its oujgot, lit
the iauiruaire of Mr. nonrtuy, win
be considered chief patlHal tho
ooamlo church, and who
sneaks ox-cathedra, is to
getlmr tho world's roliglons in an
ussoiiibly "lu which their common
aims and common grounds mny bo set
-M $2.50 UP.
See out MartmiOth Stock. lJ..i. 'm,
inetnber 'lie number, in, Harrison a..
'& CAPITAL CITY BOOK STOlk, E
us in an - ,
his majority and the oetognanaj.jjro,i jst i 'i.igainat 7d.3 in August. InSoi)
thero. The capitalist and tho trMafgitiiuer l'.i,', it wns7S.ll. Tho condl
are once more on a coininou lcvoJK'nii of rice is b2, barley 83.8 against
,1... nf. fur ti-oultli- Anionif then
ber who have staked their lit ilth a4
comforts or nomo lor u enanee io mm,
a slice of the last pieco of publi. (VH
main Is Miss Olive Hunt, a lueny 1
tlo milliner of this city, wh
although modest und rotirlnir in ma
PtAui iiL'ust Tho returns of the
faejojn in or lonaeeo on eplenloer i
Xuvorab o than liiose ci Au
f taivMng at I'i-i-ondlt'on
of potatoes is 71.8, a
of over II points slneo the Au-
vacant lot near the jan divided the
booty tills) and the tell-tale gold
After Claik'sconfessior Harry Jones
was soon befora the chief a smooth
faced man of medium height and
build, neatly dressed in durl. c Mil ami
vest and liL'lit trousers. He has blaelc
hair aud u rather open, intelligent
KniiiiK lloinnrriitle Noniliiiitliiiin
Oi.ay Ckntkii, Ivan., &opt 11. Tho
Clay coui'ty Democratic oouvention
unit hero Saturday and nominated tho
following ticket: SlierliT, A. S. Wil
son: treasurer, Joseph Itrailbury;
o orlt, James C'olTeraUn register,
(leorgo Ciiinmluga; surveyor, T. K.
Housey: coroner. Dr. IX C. Tylers com
mUsioner.l'irst ilbitviet. Martin llubb.
A.ntiionv, Unti-, Sept. 11. Tho
Democrats of Harper county mot in
convention Saturday and nominated
tho following tieket- Sherlli. W. it.
(raves; treasurer, George W. I ro
welheounlr clork, J. C WikolT; rogis-
titr nf iloe.lfc 1 I,. llAlilier: onrruim.
illlil ill a I A Trimlile; iiiirvuvor. l'.ltnr Ifi.Bilr
for commissioner of the third dlstriot,
A l.tiurreiirv 3111 Carrier Arrotloit.
, wi,hSK, Kan, Sept- 11. Satur
day night George W. tiros, tho colored
mail carrier on route o. '', was ar
rested by Potto fitee Inspoctor Coulirnu
nnd Williams of St- Louis and taken
face. Ue is ;8 years old. lie was lo -j'opoka and lodged in jsil charged
uiuurinj,' uiHii-i (jreavrwiwiiiBn, "i wllli stealing regutoreii lotton, aim
too, was questioned, uuv u uetuou i packages from the llillll
knowledge of the crluie or more thiiu
(i passing aoqunilltuiice witli Chirk, if Jlr.l- I). l.illum of St. .Imepli Ilruivne.l.
nny aequalntnuee at ail. I liere U
no doubt, however, that Jones is
Itoll.i lliiiulltii ltleiilin.il.
Dki.TA, Col., Sopt 11. I. II Condeo,
shcritT of l'at kor county, Oroguu, or
rivod hero yesterday afternoon and
positively identified the two dead
bank robbers us Fred and Tom Mo
Carthy and the escaped robbor as
Hilly McCarthy. Mr. Condeo is well
acquainted with tho M Carthys, bav
ins' to face a revolver in the bunds of
J Tom McCarthy ouce.
Hi. JosRl'll. Mo., Soot 11 The
body of Mr. U 1). Davidson, pro
prlotor of the drug storo in tho Tootle
Theater building, who was drowned
Saturday night in Lake Contrary, was
recovered vestorday afternoon after u
soorelnof nearly twenty hours
f.iloiHl lliiflu- IllmulM.il.
Toi-KKA. Kan. Sept. 11. The ver
dict In the Hughes court martial case
is fflven out U'-tlaj i no go ni"
conours in the findiug uf tho military
court and Colonel Ungues lias oee
A full lino of Books. Stationary, News, Oftice and Self
Supplies always on hand.
H.A. BOYLE, Pro ,.ietor.
1 mil I himiiiii sewiMf ihti aw
I Am Her to Stay
If you are In want of tl.c Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, I-ire
or Kira and Hurglar 1'roof;
If you aro in want of the Celebrated American Helpm it-.
Homo dewing .iiacuine;
If von are in want of Hicycle. ami Trhyclcs. such as i. .
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