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(1LT1IR1T, OKLAHOMA, TUKSDAY MORNING, SKPTKMP.iai l 18!3
. N( 2-J8.
I ' l ii Mi Him man jam amsmi mmm i i niajiaj aii. IMmt
AFTER THE RAGE.
th2 Ciierak?) Strip Was
ARMY OF STRIPPERS,
Scenes Tiiat Will Ever Remain Unpar
dlilled iu History.
HOW FERRY WAS "SOOHERIZED."
Iho Hoisemem Won in the Race
the Railroad Trains-
RELIGIOUS SERVICES AT HEW TOMfflS.
Story of the Sooners Who Got
Early to Avoid the Rush.
STIRRING SCENES AT ARKANSAS CITY.
Ik'fore the I.nnil OKUr llimilrrtf
UiiiinirfH In l.luo to ltprurit Tln-lr
lilms l'ltflit of Ctmli-Klmiln-Inlri.-ctliii;
part, occupying' the Improvised pulpits
itml exhorting ti large mil attont lv
Yosturday afternoon tents began to
trlvo way to frame building mid meal
ing of various kinds were held.
Petry was lotlletl on Saturday in
one hour and in now n prosperous
town of 32,000 soul. 4
OIM.NM7.ATlON AT Ull.llUii:.
l'nlilln Jlrptlns llrlil YeMrrdny Moriitnjc
Special to the lradei.
Ku.iiAtti:, Sept. H At this place,
tho county scut of !('' county, or
ganisation lilts licen effected iiutl bus
iness is moving along nicely. A pub
lid moolinif vti8 held nt 10 o'clock yes-
teriitty evening anil was attention uy
nearly nil the citterns of this town.
Mr. Hurler, editor of the "It" County
Democrat acted n' secretary. A gen
eral government ivna founded and
power vested in a committee of lire
chosen Tivii rove. 'J lie townsito board
has not yet reported. Tile provisional
government will probabty iseuo certi
ficates which will be placed en record
and operate as prima facie evidence of
title. There nro not more than 2,000
people In Klldure. ltoy llolVmnn, editor
of the Guthrie Lkadkii was called upon
to any feomcth! g, and especially with
regard to the school lands, but no
sootier was ho introduced limn a largo,
powerful built, rough looking mun,
ii tt cruel unfeeling lone of voice
yelled: ' l!oy, wash your fnee!'
Sheriff Gcorgo l-'enton, i'rolmlo
Judge II. X. Woodson, Clerk Charles
llobb and Attorney A. A. .Ilycrs, tire
on the ground nnd doing business.
There ate lots of democrats in tho Vi
cinity of K lid are.
ECHOES "FROM PERRY.
SKTTLttMUNT AND GROWTH OF
THK NEW TOWN.
OOHTESTS, FIGHTS AKO LUCKY PEOPLE,
HrT7.v rnnigrniil". IloMi t'.itntril anil
I'li-intnit. I'l rtniiiltifc In tin- I n.li
to I'rrtty Perry.
s::.i:cii ron coum.us-
Tho Cherokee strip Is opened.
The great inco for homes Is a thing
of the past. An event Hint will ever
remain unparalelled in the history of
man his taken place; and 0,3Sf,.):0
ticros uf land have now individual
C'liers The Oklahoma null was
great, lint it pales into lusignilicuncc
when compared with Saturday's event.
Where, Saturday morning, broad
strotchos of uninhabited piniric, with
with only bunches of sooner, and sol
diers hero and thurc, can now be seen
thousands of boomers and scores of
The excitement all over the strip
during Saturday afternoon was really
intense, and many murders and shock
ing deaths occurred during tl.P grand
That a large portion of tho strip,
especially the principal towns, was
taken by sooners, no ouo will deny.
Hut litigation lots of it will follow
and the honest homesteader will re
ceive hisjust duo. Terry contained a
m.issof 8,000 people tit 12:11 o'clock.
It M imposfrlble for any horse to travel
nine miles iu eleven minutes. Nino
miles w..s the shortest distance from
neutral grounds to the town, Until,
Kilduro and Pond Creek were also oc
cupied a few minutes after 1'.' o'clock.
It is unnecessary to speak of the
dense crowds. There were .10,000 spec
tators and prospective settlors who
subsequently boiomo spectators.
n.liiil!re Woniaik. snecial ngent, esti
mates tho crowd that rushed from the
diircrent central points as follows:
Arkansas City, 3.0iH; Orlando, 30,000;
Caldwell, 20,000; Hennessey, 1.1,000;
Stillwater, 10,000; Kiowa, 3,000. other
points, 10.C00. Kstiinating the fanil
lies of married men at one to each
certillcato bearer, the piiorokeo strip
on Saturday night contained a pipti
latlon of over 200,000.
. Many uccidouts occurred, bnt in
mpst cases they were tho result of ex
citement and the fear that the plum
v s eaten.
At Woodward, Knld, Cross, Kirk.
Willow Springs, Pond Creek, 'P.luek
well and other points along tho Santa
Ko and Hock Island iiiunlclp.il boards
have been organized and the places
are swimming tilong niarrlly and sc
lonely. Notwithstanding the dust,
Kildaro claims .".,000 jcoplo but It
loally has not over s.oao. Cross will
nt once begin the erection of a 200,000
Tin: irsii rf it.isuv.
The riujh to the'town of 1'urry oaji
never lio forgot ton by the thousands
TliPtloirrnitirat Mi'IIiimI- nf l.i.outlUK tu
An interesting part of tho opening
of the new country is. the locution of
government corner stone?. 'J lie In
dian meridian runs north and south
through tho Territory, a few miles
won of Arkansas City, and ranges arc
numbered cast utitl west from the me
ridian line. Tho townships .ire num
bered north and south from the base
llnc'riiniiiug east and west and cross
lug tho meridian lineal l'ort Arbucklc,
Chickasaw Nation, I. T. Parallel or
correction lines are 21 miles apart.
North of the base lines running cast
and west from tho :.it' 'Ian line on
the rorrcctlon line, uic found two sets
of cornerstones. One set is marked
"S. O.," nicnning -rjundurd corner,"
nnd are to designate the section and
quarter corners north of the parallel
or correction line. The otlr.r fet of
corners nre marked "C. C," nicnning
"clvslnir corner" for the section cor
ner .south of said correction lines.
Tho township lornci-b on standard
lines marked "S C'nre marked with
six lines or notches on the north, east
and west. The ui,nship corners
marked "'"C." aro marked with six
straight lines ornotcl.es on the south,
east and west. All 'other corners cam
man to four townships are marked
with six sit-light linos or notches on
all four sides .north, south, east and
Of course, H wus a foregone con el ii
sion that there wouldn't bo near
enough lots to go around. And there
isn't near enough land In the original
320 acres for a townsito such as Perry
is destined U become
.ludiro O. II. Violet, in company
with Joseph O. lilackburu and several
prominent citizons of Oklahqma City
nnd Guthrie, have organized tho towu
of South Perry.on the southwest (niar-
ter of section 22. About 2,000 people
are now living there. Actual icsk
donoe began at 1:05. A mooting wns
held last night and temporary organ
ization effected There tiro still a
number of vacant lots.
Lord, tho dimt.
O. tho horrid sooner'
Perry has ten hotels.
Its a pretty to wr site.
This is an cjninoxal bu.W.
Will Burton s dd out for ww.
Perry is moving to Wharton.
Ci-'-ss w',11 make a good town. ,
John Asltcr sold out for St. 10.
The sooners gobbled the town.
Volney Iloggatt still for nnyor.
01) Nwlmt litigation thero wll to.
J .birycllsts weren't in it at Perry.
J . ltinil olflce la located In an alley.
Lou Pitts got what the urchin shot
ThousmU of people got lots of
They hnro n good salt well at Wood
wartl. It hi a straight-out sooner crowd at
Perry. , x.
It'rnmc butldhtga are going up every
Perry will have freo mail delivery in
llain'. HiIij'. Oh let cyeryboily )r.iy
llnrver P.cboo junnetl two lots and
Men selling dust spectacles arc get-
Ned Cheadhgot thero nud then tho
Tho circus saloou sold alop at 10
cents a glii'S.
The people wero herUad liku" cattle
on tile trains.
The sooners tire holjrfitg oft to that
which I.s good.
Speculators aro inn
Perry and V.nA.
Wator(V) is atlll sold at l'arry for 10
cents n fork full.
Side Irnelci tire to be put in at Perry
by the Hnnta Pa. ' S .
Over thirty lot in Perry were talw
by young women. ,i
Dr. Charles Huilth fot a lot adjoin
ing I G. XlMaek.
Unrly Sunday morning not less than
500 took the best lots.
J. Hoy Williams got a fine claim
four uii:es from touui.
tho wind. They captured enough
real estate to biilltl n town.
Two moil nre reported to hare Ulll-'
ed i ach other icar Cross to-day In n,
d'spuie over n elnlin. I
Kllsnn A Wiillnco nnd eK-llealstcr
Over-.trcet spt-nt nil day Sunday In
fi i iiinbllng over Iota. '
( til Ornor atnlhs oror the grounds
with majestic steps dlctntlug who the '
town ofilccrs shall be.
Mayor Volney HogRntt fl '"rlslied n ,
roll nnd said ho bcHevcd In quick
sales nnd small profits.
The Democrct was started nt Kildaro
by Utick A Harter. This gives the
new town three paper.
T. M. Illchtinlson 9lcl up tho situ
atlon and concluded he would lin y n
location lor his htmbor yniti.
For God's snke and the existence of
Perry citizens, J. Sterling Morton
please turn on a rafn nt Perry.
Persons who fallod to get lots at
Perry content themselves with pulling
lots out of their earjtand noses.
A 'voinan cllmbcdm top of the first
coach on tho firnt trrln and rode to
Perry like Neptune on tho wave
Although there was a company of
I'nltod States troops nt Perry, they
permitted the place to be soonered.
Insurance AgcntTlMekcrson. of New
York, is icing lwonted for mayor of
Perry and Agent Spoer for inarahnl.
Harry Cadet nnd Hurt Parties walk
AT LliAST PIFTEBN MUND8RS
COMMITTKD IN THli STnll'.
SCORES OF FATAL ACCIDENTS,
In the tireut It nli f.ir tlnme JIiihjt ()hmI
M'iilur ii Tin lr l.li-.-JIimlpr
'Hint Arr liroHdwl In Jljutrri.
Although there w,n no lolajBce or
outlawry attendiag the oponrfnf, many
inurtlors, which will doubtless fo.-ewr
be shrouded in mystery, occurred
Men witli bullet holes in their heads
were found nt different points til the
utrlp. Thy hud been murdered, hut
by whom? Maybe some homest.der
after wailing long months for a homr.
was bcliKT iH-aten to a claim, pernar
the wound was self-Inflicted, or again
the vast p.'airle may hove been the
scene of the settlement of a feud.
In addition to the string of murders
and accident published in Tub Lkadkh
Sunday the following hnve comq to
A-jfUj'' '' 3aTili-V -act
- jl-i- ill I " 5 ?v
Itllllllllll Uitll llllll.-l!..
A man supposotl to be W. It. Jones,
linlllmr from Mob'erlv. Mo . WHS found
ed past the loud ollleo and thought noar Klrk wUh ,,, bo,,y riddlod with
how nice it wus to bo on the outside. ; bullv,tSi Papei-s weio round on the
Though like a wnmlorer, body hen ring the abayo iitiine.
The sun gone down, '
llorkncss be over me, .Mui-ilrrr.i nt siillmitcr.
"J"8"""" - Two miles west of Stillwater, in a
Kotwithstanrllng tho rush and ex- (i1Mlso n.idorbrush. thu bodies of two
oltonieni 't was a gooJ natured crowd imomers and a dead hone wore f guild
that sprea-l itelf oicry Purry Suttir- Sunday evening. Kullets hud pierced
day. ' the hoarts of both men. In the cloth
Sunday's I.kaiiki: contained tho most ! ing on one of the bodies was a card of
graphic account of tho opening of any I Filson, Overslreet A Stewart, tin which
paper iu the country; O.ooo copies were was written in pencil, '('. C. Kelly."
Anmiiir tho first horciiieii uliol Mint In the Mi'.
reached Perry were Jim Mnsterson and A mysterious
toa's fiery stcetj.
hor-. ami pntty much omm-x
The hide world is after our
lio", fiKi. Yon couldn't Bet Into iiumIiIiik Ih'-Iiit. cltlii r.
Im-i-iius. Uioy ui-ur well, look wi-ll nnd lil well. Nohodr w .ml
It conn to foot w i ar. A had -ln . Kiiirlics a lend' r spot, and i
tniich ! Ilhtl. If Mm want tnloinh inr po, rl liook lit
,v i I U'li i Mm1 lmw-.t !.i-i. rut i-to us , Iiiii-j We lni
i lnw li
III! nf I
.! ,11 1 1
.1 tlmt'H not t
.ii r ii in
nut of llool-
is or pli'iimitr.
llUff Mtll I ti tl-
ItH WHS'P OKLAHOMA AV15..
in i pit t
murtler occurred Sun-
Mastorson rode Kill Dal-' day near noon tilijut throe miles uIkjvc
Orlando Lewis Ilivors, aged 20, liall
ing from Iron Mountain. Mo., had
bueli left by his folks to watch a team
while they went to hunt a cl-ilin.
I'pon returning they found young
ofjffbloh W. llocViffnlNr
wa 'tdxntsfW WjC ttivers nan ronnni
ted salcidc, but this theory does nut
hold water. Tho young raaa ws
nntrdered In cold bloo.l.
There were no niors Inn', iu the
grand null than on n. fourth of July
oelebratlon or picnic, when there aro
... ...1. f ,1... cn., ..'
Uiveis iii a. death strttfrzlo with a
Thotowtmitoof l'Wnd the riwli J,etlolo Jn llls sJli0. The body
the-re Saturday antt iHff rsn uacx ncre ; uipi lo QAmio j,nd n corftner
ttHlniNlnt? nirlit rtMltl sUklMMI Ilia '
k","""'v .'; : ; . TT. .isannnor0
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
WALU HA1JI5LR AAP C30ST,
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night- A, C, HIXON, Prop'r.
OSB'TKI.Kl'HONK t'ONNl'.C 1 10N."XDa
ti r-vr Ti TN j
na nana m
mt wr Af & ss$h hhp cUy i u $
With a salt utrr ell anr evcti that
exhamteil within ono hut nfler 19
oloch Saturt:.iy, what could have
hoe'ii expected but great urd utiparal
Governor Jlenfrow, Imps tor Swine
ford, Special Agent Worauck, Secre
tary T. J. Uvre, thief JtTslico Dale
and Clerk Kdgar Jones wltiiCHSod
start from the Prlando line.
lentil lo All Mooiir r.
Yesterday three miles from Mulliall
the body of a juiddie-aged man was
found with a liatcliot burled in hit
the head. No papers were found tQ iden
tify tho eorpso, as it was undo and the
Henry Greeley of Columbus, Kansas, elotliing missingv .soar inn oouy
..,,rll ..round n stake iii bhiok III a stake to w hlch was pinned a paper
near 1 o'clock Snturday. Ve. is still , bearing tlicHfl words
Grant Pauley of.Klduri'uo, Kas., eapM sitting by that stake and will not be ! Sooners
t iii-Pil :i boulevard lot conVJIUieu uiui lie is in uie -.nuuu
plew goods at 2nd HajiOrice,
I See our Gasoline Stoves the) can't i :
I beat. Sold riffht DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. et. First and Division.
l'lr.t Srttlcr'H llniiM-,
George Todd, of tho T. M. ltlcliard
son Lumber company, built tho (lrst
fiamo lioisc in Perry after 12 o'clock
Saturday. Ho took in tt lot of lodgers
IVrM IVrry-IiloeUn 31 j or.
Tho West Perry Townsito company
orgaulitdd Sunday uitd oloeted John J.
H'lin parllolpatcd therein. Such a . Jtoort ,nnyoi.f na Charles UobWus
i'.u-d and jam was never beforo teen
iu tho west. Sogners had settled the
town and tiiu horsemen beat the
trains. When the first seaion of cars
arrived puoplo fairly rolled otT ilie
eoneho. jumped out the windows and
nattered. The sun shone down with
terrliic force, and this, coupled with
tho wind, made tho air like blasts
from a furnace, ror lour iioiira um
fcorumblo for lots kopt up.
Two' men fonght on onp lot, nnd
two women carao together on another
while n. "syndicate gong" would try
to r-.li a iion-workable bl iff on inno
cent men holding down a portlonof
the government rosorvo or 41 stroet
Along lowiinU 8 o'clock order come
out f ehaos-that is slightly. Tents
went up ovjr tliq stio wrn puonoui
4'iial rapidity, nud restaurants, lunch
htimd. law otllcos. blaek'iu tb shops.
Ifinotlide joints, s.i'o.n- 'an I alK
cuil cans dives, nc. ,p i,. .'V . anu
liayllot weir ill f . ' i ' .'ld ".' '
ntlon. (Hi Suniuv f't c were In d
nt many tents and on tho gr.anids,
McConn rode into Peny with a bro
ken lmf. . Plucky intm.
Over lOfl.O.iO people are sleeping on
the ground in the strip.
ShorilT Claude Parkor of Lincoln
county was in the push.
McClung, Uosenbau-.j and Al lllxou
all have good Perry lots.
Kloett-lc lights will be in operation
at Perry by Saturday nct.
Hud I)ra?c has undisputed possession
of tho best lot on tho townsito.
Criiikshnuk sold a oar of watermel
on at r.o Venti. w'thln an hour.
h. G. Nibldck of Tup Leaiikii nailed
a corner lot nnr the land otMco.
Iloggatt for mayor at Perry. Vol
ncy's friunds arc staying by hi in.
Mine Alice Dabin of this city bus a
lot near tho land otlice in block 2.
Ono man paid S2.10 for a place near
the hind otllcc in tho "llliuir lino."
Governor llenfrow garo valuable ns
sihliince In the reglstrntion booths.
Tho men wont oil' nholy tit Alvn.
There were no r.coidents or trouble.
Miss I)nu.y, of this city, roUe. on the
engine of the lirt, train nnd got n ilno
D'.menelon lumber salla ttl 30 per
It is an Interesting fuot that iu the
null from Orlando to Perry 'many of
tho first claims near the neutral
ground wero passed by. livery boolnor
thought tho other fellow stoppoJ.
The crowd at Kildaro is greatly
ovor-cfitimated. There are not over
S 000 people in the town, llusliyheatl
soared the people away. Willow
Springs will inako a line town.
The sight of the first train as it
entered tho cut to the strip at Orlando
with Us cargo of humans, would have
intulo a great picture. Was there a
photographer enterprising enough to
Tho big.disgust that spread over the
countenances of the pooplo who went
to Perry on lawful timo only to find
tho townsito eoonerod, was suggestive
A Ni'KNi I'utiirtjSlitit.
A negro mimed Jennings from Dil
las, Texas, wus struck with an nx bj
A. V. Gilbert, a white man, tit Perry
yosterday and faulty injured. G.l
Demi IJiiiIj nt ii Woman.
The dead body of a woman, entirely
naked, was found Sunday near Wood
ward. No murks of vtilvnco wore on
the body. Whether the poor woman
mot death by prostration or murder
cannot bo told.
Shut liy a Solillcr.
Ail old man named James II. Hill, of
Ivingborn, N. J.; was shot and in
stantly killed by a soldier at tlio south
west corner of the Chilocco rciorvation
He started into the strip before the
sliftiul was given. The soldiers wurnod
ar Saddlery Horn
lli:l'Jl UTLI'" I "I?
uppiies, Harness, Bridies, Wiiips
SADDLES FROM $2.50 UP.
See our Mammoth Stock. Don't buy until you p
member the number, in, Harrison acnue. Sign N;
of tho prrsone of an epidemic of la ,tm to stop, but ho ignored their or
grlppe. dcrs and they fired upon him. Tho
Tl.o iuorry nt Perry Saturday was sum of SS was found on his person and
"what wero the soldlors doing was turned over to tho sheriiT.
thurc?' Certainly not to prevent the j ---
townsito from boinir BOOllOie.l. or, if Tlirr.. Miinl.iM J.ir tinnftimi.
they wore thoro for that purpose they
failed to do iholrduty.
Mint In tlu l.l'K.
J. W. Austin, of Hcxlur, Kan
fought with nn unknown man yester
day over a claim noor Wharton, Aus
tin was shot in lite sidu and danger
ously wounded. Ho was sont to his
home In Doxtor.
MI.h l'im.iiii'b I'lUtiU.
Miss Posson of this city is contesting
a lot in block 23, with a wan ut Perry.
Sunday tho man put up a frame house.
This, Miss Possnn pulled down, und
oontinucs to pull down tho hotiso as
fast as it is put up
Sliorlft' SoruggA palled ' a aboil man
yostu-dny. A fellqw nainotl U Million
was arrestod for assault; N. II. Kamne
a us Jerked for an assarU on Joe IMm. il'arkell, l-nr.
1 thousand feel nod flnifchinr inmbor at
Fifteen mlnutos aftor l'i o'clock
mnro tbnn 2.000 sooners were btaU-liig
Colonol lMukcmore and Pustmnstor
Merton jointly o-vu a lot frjntinj on
Charley Iniaiii s-as he got there
r,.ct nn.l bv llu-iU-inu'i h II have that
Georgo Price. Hon agent, Is holding
u .plundid lot down, und is doing a W.
P. bust ties.
People at IV rv to- t f'c trees by
n.ui..ln.iM.u . -U'.li Viw' a bVeath
V..V ...,.. -
of fresh air
Will Watson. Lou li-i .--y. A 1J
It Hall of Js.per- ounly
M iii ii""! I nii.:-.
thool hm Is in '. Li- 'ii pw II be
i-cd after proper p'lb',. . Mo i lathe
.ghost bidder, ubiiit iIjji after
mlaisters from Oulhrlo for the most j.vblicotion is (.ive.i.
Mo,, gut a il i
Morgiiii iV 1 .'
II L- lilS t I III
land ofllce at 1
llefen'el . '
I i-airi,- adjolnin'e
t nfi ' ii'
Tho nroUIOst j-flCfiLjWtlio day waa
made by Judge .Mason nnd Miss Daw
son, both of Chandler. They were j
mounted on line black chargers, and
were the llrst non-sooncrs to secure
claims adjoining Perry. ,v (
Tlio nearest tlisVooco nroiii tho lior-
! .1.... tn n.n intm nt Puri-v U nine miles
I .ill. IW fcMW w.. - - --- - .
by tho ridge route, yet when the train
sighted the townsito it was covered j
with people. Could those pooplo have
gotten there honestly? No!
West Perry is organized. OflLors
nre, J no. J. Holes, mayor and C. II '
Uobbins, clerk; Goo. S Cunningham,
city attorney: J no. 1). Deboles, troas I
orer; T. M. Neal, iiolire judge. T. P.
YlcKennon, marshal; W. I). Alnutt, A.
II It iles, M. V.. West. M. A- Moselc
('. W, Iv rns, f-amuel Pelner.
A mniiU-n la 'y named Sabatha Sharp
f . u ii.lali"in i 'M went into thu
nt.ip tii b'"iiur wrgon at Aiknnsus
, C i , WlfJ'n u h.ul pusse I over tho
Ii -.t i-Uiiii -.1." im.i,)i- 1 nui nd 'iltinted i
i in '-. "f p?" 1 1' hail
not .. - "' pr" u' ' It '
ujugn for ' cr ' After
.s ifter '1
Near lllack Jtear 4trna;'iv't
of here, tho dead body of .fame? Ifetir-
tdon or.MIlford, Mass.. !i' tound on
the prairie nftor the rush. He hud
been stabbed todeath, and tin. weapon
with which the crime mis committed
was found sticking iu his breast. Fur
ther north the dead body of W. I',
ltlakc, supposed to be from Gainsvillo,
Tex., was found. Ho had boon shot
through the heart. The dead body of
Madilenu Grangor of Torro llnute,
Intl., wus al&o found on tlio prnlrle.
Thero was no murks of violence upon
tho body, and it is believed that she
I died from some natural muse.
CAPITAL CITY BOOK STOKE,
A full line of Hooks. Stationary, News, . Office and ScIho
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
I Am Here to Stay!
If you uro in want of tho Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, l-'lro or liurglor Pi .
or Plre and Hurglar Proof; , , v ,. .., v .
If you are in want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, hingei. l.ojal
Home newmg .Mai-lilne;
At Otlundo Saturday night Henry
Doylo, of near Tcuumseh, was accl
dentally shot by a friond. Tlie wound
is iu tlio tibdomon and may result
fatally. ' '
Oscar Parke and Henry Tiller quai-
rollcd over u ilnl'ii, north of Perry
Sunday. Purl.otit Tiller's ear oh.
If you nro in want of llu-yeles and Trhyclcs. such V,cl1,P ' '
King of Scorcher, tin- l'owler. thg Oriel, the I enlx, tic tcntral,
Warwick, tho Itoail Kin?, the Telegram. . . 'l' h'l'oo ne the t urlcr
Traveler tbo New Mull and t ho Koid Ju--u Hlcy.-te , nt wholesale a '
iVuil coue aiul t S price, ut 100 R . - aR.oma av . t.ulh.ic Ok .
R. H. KNAUS
The English Kitchen,
ail Wat laraia i -Haai
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as .i entiont-d im 'i-
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m OLDEST HOUSE JUID Olffi OF THE BEST in (ncOT.
Peir- .1'iit iejs.ico n:.ouw -, f il ny
till rre "Tir u r i
a banuer of tuis city, i wounds naiidajr.
::' -:KJfes $1.25 Per M Btard Heasonafc'e
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liooU store. 1Q.I K Uootm. ' - - '. . lj
title Jt Co , urngB ana hooks.
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