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Office op Pcbiicationi IUrrtiok Arnstrn
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THE SMOKE HAS
AFFAIRS AT LIVE ALVA,
Something About the Towns On the
STORIES TOLD ON WAGON COYERS.
PrJAinili SCHOONERS, LIKE 'I HE
TIDE, COME AND CO.
THE WORK OF DEVELOPMENT.
'I lit; Onis til-cat Oi V It lor It it 1 ti Lot Cou-
trutHiitn Lata Aci'lilrnt
Sen I'roni the Si rip.
A boomer with uuUcmtil hair nnd
"sanded" optics sat on a claim In the
Ho was llfty miles from wutur, but
as ho sat curled up ' round his slahu ho
appealed happy supremely happy,
and in Salvation Army tones sung,
"Tin re may be Hies on you and llli-s on
mo, but thero 'er no ll!e- on Hoke
and the strip."
Thus is the strip. There are many
disconsolate people who made the rush
jind 'ot nothing, but in tite main all
seem satisfied. The strip is a great
country and will prosper.
The settlers are beginning to rcalire
(heir position, now that the ovcito
incut has died away and the sand
storm abated, livery gnod iltilin has
fiom two In live coiitestiuils ami the
poor inos are scarcely worth the gov
ernir ent price of i'fiOO. Tho gicat ma
jority will, however, remain and get
down to work as soon as tlio specula
tors ( nd slght-seers leave
Pet pic are going through here
soutl -bound as thick as they did
north-bound a week ago. livery train
is loaded with people mining from tho
strip and a continual proiesslon rf
wagrns is cominp in. ..ast night a
w.ig iitepp"d Into t son lit hound pat
aengi'i train packed wit people and
mid: "Is there anybod ' hero going
back to T .as?" I'.very man and wo
man u the car got up. Many of tho
south-bou'id wagons bear inscriptions
on their cover as follows: "Texas is
good enough for us." "doing back to
Dixie." "We're going whcic we have
water if wo don'k use It," "Hog and
hominy is better than sand."
Tho people are deserting the l'onca
lownslte. Last night not more than
,'00 people remained on the ground.
P.v-Chief llushyhcud received his pat
ent from President Cleveland thli
morning for UiO acies at Kildare. This
is tho first patent Issued for land on
tho Cherokee strip. The Cherokee
towns of Wharton, Cross and Kildare
me booming towns, for tho reason
that people are sure of clear titles to
At Alva yesterday water was struck
nt thirty feet, l-'or purity or abundance
it cannot be exceeded in Oklahoma,
it is ciear as eiystal and cold as ice,
ind wells arc going down all over
town. W'.th what is conceded as being
the most beautiful townsite in Okla
homa, u rich country and cntcrpiisiiig
people, and n country hlxty milo.s
s(iir.ie and a laud ntllcc town, the fu
ture of Alva is insured. Tho town is
PRAIRIE TIRES RACING.
Nv Oiitlinik of l'luium In the ri urn
Heports received from the 1'uwnoo
reseivution last night state that an
other prairie tiro is raging there and
that hundreds of settlots have beon
compelled to abandon wagons, tents
nnd outfits at d lleo for thuir lives on
their liorQb. Several dead bodies
have been found and it is feared that
thrtH numy will porUi.
' The boomors are returning to-day
j?0"' by hundreds, dirty, tlro-1 and sore and
I 'aero is a lino sovorul ln.nured long ut
tjio barber (.hops nnd bath houses,
waiting their time to go. cleaned up
PPOBABLY USED BALLOONS.
holll'l,,',llmpV, lluarliril lVrrr III
naetly t noon a party standing In
fropt of tho land ofllcn at Perry Satur
day with watch and telescope took
note both of the llightol time anil the
ipproach of boonurb. Kactly at 12:07
a ch'ud of tlusl uld b wen artli p
frnni the aiimtnit of tlii hills to the
Mitt teas! along tl.olina of tho old
tr.u whl'-h served the purpose, of In
dian truflc to other days and nuw
furv?s as Uio rout c of the stugo line
-t eon Wharton and hJ lv atcr The
ciou I grt 1 ijb- ' . i t i
in 'i cq.. 1 'jo Mi iIj.jTi Tin
were r. troop of hard Hilars b'catlr.jr trf
u inl the tr ml upiArwill,i in llio flr t
niiurter of a race The;, eed wis tie !
inetidotis. The horactt fait l Hew imt
the ground and thu luisv of 1 1 mo be
tween tho first sight of tlioTltlcrn and
their mad charge upon thr pralrlo was
InflniteMmal. Hill Dallon's forifmed
Iiowp whs In the lnd wlth.lim Master
on u . I Ider. It wnsl'MI when horse
n.id rider cam,? upon the ground. The
novClii lino of (succession wal .lolin
Martin, a cowboy, whore horse showed
no more signs of heat or fatiguo than
that of Mnstcmiu.
THE DUST NUISANCE.
Omul Hi'Iiik Drotnij ell by I IjIiik Itrcil
Tlie dust nuisance must be mi r pres
sed. This is imperative, merchants all
over the city are howling and they
have a right to do so. Their goods
arc being damaged by the Hying frag
ments of real estate, which creeps in
not only at l lie doors but nt every
crack and crevice. The street .sprink
lers should bo pressed into service
without further delay. There is no
shortage of water in tho city, far from
it there are thousands of gallons of
water in (liitlnic. Lot it bo used.
A KinST-CLASS CIHCUS.
Snncrr I.rnt (il Ttvo (iuotl l'crf.irin
iiiucj In tlili City,
Sanger fc Lent's circus exhibited in
tills city yesterday nnd gave two cred
itable performances. The show tents
were pitched near tho Santa Pe tracks
and the ubujiiilious small boy was on
hand early to see the ears roll in. San
ger A Lent do not make many preten
sions as to menagerie, but for lingwork
they have one of tho best equipped
combinations on. the road. The
circus has made good money tills sea
son, where other chouses have failed.
1 he entertainments giyen yesterday
afternoon and evening were wry mer
itoiious and drew good crowds. Feat
ures of the performances' were Juliette
llcnnelt, Jeapers; James Mcsseycr,
cannon ball purfoimor; Miss Stellu
Cornalla, bareback tidur; Leo llros. ,
high Hying trnpeye; Signnr Aroaris and
sister, knife iiupalinent; llenuett, M.i
s..n and lVLon'. horizontal bars:
Cornalla llros (three) tumblers; the
Marlines, balaiK-io and revolving
ladders; MNs Martinet spring1 rope and
11 llel-,.,K -ml .Thl, Al.rtt ...
Charles McMnhon, jocey and bare-
biiek rider, who lias i'lst joined the. iir-
cus, is a phenomenon.
A feature of the side show is a baby
lion, which was bom July a.". The
circus exhibits In Oklahoma City to
day. II. It Hilton, pats agont.nnd thoj
in .i.n. o s of tho sliow aio genial gen
tlemen ami know their business.
GIVE THEM THE RUN,
C'oiillildirc Meu.L'ruukN, Slu-ll Uorlo-ritiiiiil
I'lrkpiK lictH .Miiht Clio (iutlirln
H Wlilu lt.rtli.
(iitlirlc has no lovo for crooks and
bums and tho later sue rapidly catch
ing on to this hardened fact,
Tho last few days the city lias boon
overrun with bums of all kinds, sis-.es
and conditions and many citizens have
h uttered from their pretence. The
bums are either going to tho strip or
returning therefrom and manage to
drop on" at Outline.
Yesterday Oflleer Oobkey corralled
thirty of the easy-living individuals
near the depot and on pain of imme
diate impiisonmcut caused them to
leave town on tho lirst train. There
was a greut scramble, but they all
pulled their freight. Keep the city
clear of bums and loafers.
I'AiAL iijAiitti; ri mi,
A tcttler Lines IIU WUr, Two (lillclren
mill S1.I0.) In Motif.).
i:.Mi. Ok., fcopt 20. A terrible iu
eldont occurred six miles west ot tills
phieo about 1 o'clock yestordny.
Ilaker Tomlinson, wlio Jiad settled on
n claim nt tho place roferro 1 ta, lolt
His wife and two children at bis new
found lit mo and wont to tho land
ollleo to Hie his papers. While absent
It prairie fire, fanned by thu terrible
fontliwcst wir.d which "has prevailed
for tho last few days, overtook his
family, who were unable to run away
from it. Ills wlfo and two children
wtro terribly burned. Mrs. Toinlin
sou and ono of bor children can not
jecover. Tho man had 51, too in his
wagon on the claim, all of which was
The lluutli riusm.
Wasiiinoto.v, Sept. SO seoretarv
Smith yesterday afternoon signed the
plllclal older abolishing the bjoth
aioug liiui-iicroKPn outlet. Whan the
prder was made Tor tho booth system
it was provided tint they hhot'ihl bo
prorated uniil sueli a time as tlio sec
retary of the Interior abolished them
JHspatehos from tho oHIcert, In oliargo
state thut no more applicatlom aro
If you oro walt'.rg iov strip opening
don't fall to buy your oriigs, station
erv. etc., ot LUlin's dr'ig storu. tho old
roliable corner HarrL on and beiond
.1. T. Oontter and li M. llrown have
bought a now stouk of liacdwuro and
lmplpments and will loeatu at Perry.
Book sati lels koliool era, nti
bi-ai t ri ' .11 . il l. f e t. ,. ,
k the x rai it l st re
wstriMLw Mmwmi mm iwimi ji
LAYS OF A
rAm.T ninfrin Atnat tS
STmnrsTo tub front or the i
ci i v op perry. '
RIGHT IN TBB
.Many 1'IkIiU Oirr t'tiriirr I.oti Hut tin l'i-
tulllIcH.-Iliiril I.uuK ,fl t'rlntr
Terry isattll in the swim.
Many people ure leaving1, but double
the number coining in. New towns
are bulng luid o all artwort Uitt Innrt
otllcts but tltrrx- U but PVrVy.
Thorf are iunn women" in the camp,
and, nlthounh the sti, k to their lots
pluekily. are nearly nil siolt and are
utterly worn out A grant deal of
sickness existi, and there are no facil
ities whatever for earing for tho inval
ids. The people aio v-j ,n i,- that men
lying hi dlrtjr MatiKets In titfuln, ant
feilng for tvnlci, iVLiha nil attfiition
from paers by TlieaJvii i ijtU of
men who have no business there. Tliev
have no lota nothing to sell and no
means of making a livelihood, but they
prowl around nnd stonl whitt they
Superintendent Stockton saw u band
of ubout a doen men riding tibout
town nil tiny vcsteiMny, looking; into
touts and freight earn. In t0 after
noon lie was given u tip that they In
tended to hold up the oxuresa and
freight oillees He divided hia men in
to watcher and had tliem patrol the
depot all night, and proitnbly frus
trated n robbery.
lluilding is beginning hero an 1 there
over tlie touii,ito, but tho unaettled
eondltion of affairs mill ea building it
ha.Rrdom operation. Carpenters aiv
getting .' ii.td .' .vi a day. Naib,
which eo-.t I cents a: selling for 10
vnl. (i.ilv.inl'e.l iron is stilling for
;", ecu is ami all Iniil ling lnnterinl is
ni'oportiiiuately liivfli. Whnt ktore.
'licre ate in titration are dofng bna-
j euqfa MW'id 0Md
. eal, A urc),p ,,,
tcss mi ieulv.iiHd tho sttnlc trowa ure
'.weutenuil with a little brown augur,
i a luvnry WTiteh ootS" all tho way
from . to ','5 cents, according tcrthe
supply. Thr town la a vat coayivge
ion of tents t all sIzjs, i.i which the
icople llvo i tl do bust jet-s Tents
terve as llvei v stables, law offices, sa
loons and 'e i.leneiM witlt, eltu'ming
Yesterday v. tnesso.1 llu aettlcment
of over 33() lot contest: that Is, some
of the holder pulled out and thoio. re
maining commenced aetu-il Improve
ments. The town la alroudy begin
ning to put on metropolitan airs lu
The town of Wharton la growl, g
rapidly. ltobert Owen, attorney
of the ChoroUee Indians, and who
fs their genera manager in town sites,
is overseeing the sale of 1 ju at Whar
ton. Corner lota are sailing for &T.0
and huitlu lots at S330. Thero la a Itti
tiact botweon Wharton nml Perry,
which has been liled upon liynMr,
Thomas Cook, who is reported to hare
arrived in tho promUotl land tt little
sooner than the other Unflnlo
Jont. of Uarden City, It, tho r.t act
ual settlor on this cjuarter. He rode
fast liorsus from Orlando wltli one
elmnge. lie planted hia slake and
built a house. This quarter is tlilcklv
aettletl. Seventh btreut is the main
thoroughfare between Wharton and
Perry. It will bo bridged at the foot
of the Perry townsite by the JtlcJiard-
win lumber company. Another meet
ing wns hold at Perry yebterdny to tie
vise woys and means for an early city
government. Addresses were made by
Oilonol bam Orerstroet, Colonel Sam
uel . Colonel Win Col. 1 Smith, nnd Col-
ouel John KiirijliL T.i mianii- J
..ii I...1 n tho ,i..i... .... r i tiT. j,
w.. ,- ... . ..w itwirwiii viiivu tW it-
lowing ns enumerators: Qhlef, Col.
obbI Ll Oruer. It. . Dlbkerson, Kd
I'nttoM, 1M ftlver, Muj r Hay, and 0.
P. MeCubv. As it lakes 'J, "'K) oamea
to lauUe a city of tlu nrst elas, tin
onuineralors took tlu- names of I oo )
and foranled liiem lo ihcrwur Hon
frow with a petition f jr a -.pei'al ele
Volnej lloggatt ft.mito be in th
lead for. mayor. U P.. me has i
strong follewiug. Conbii'i iab'. eh.
tlpuoerlng ia r ,J1K o:i-
A0AU.IN i!lb ARM
.lOHrph S.'reJr Miitiinb-il lly ' A.-i-lilonful
!! h uci'i'T h I..H.
While driving into the c iy vister
daj' Joseph : e le n.a th aiiatii-
doiit, Stoe' waiuuli 1
was oitrrylii i gun wi
duiitnlly difeultart-1 i
In Hteole's t -n makig
erious wou I)r 11
tnovod tht i . ,Ui 'ii.
, tain ' am!
1 1 u a a I
1 1 lo'. I
,mii I'll re-
,'. i.l) i
twelve ii Oe ,t of il i
' "' 'i-m '.
017yn1 blt.-o. -1.
i pot laht ulg'.t and 1-am.ed a ti)
' ll riiihe 1 t'l-o h'v 1
the tl 11 In '.V.gto ever-bod.v n t
1 bvtl. After n Imgi- Rtrnfr.'l" the nm-
' 'd'e ns rontnrpd.
".orepott of a d,adb,dy Wing,
found .t tho section houso last nltflit .
'PWloiwl . end tlrttnk
II'im inn" They .n Utrrf.
West and .mt It of HP- I'onea ntld !
Hi r. .'r.- mis thiii!r i (otintryis
oinplelrly li tlie (mis'"! - in l mwin
i"- ujul Unit Mule of iwi'itlro I
re port ml on tho border c: s of atlll
Some cm ions sooner Iiil. dent arc re
ported. Arthur Meltlhbeti-of HI Ho
rndo, Kan., rodo twenty -ouc miles
north of Orlnntto to n claim uIhjiiI
which he hftil received a tip. lie rodo
by ti compnas nnd found tho laud nil
tight, but u iiinn was thero ahead of
him Industriously plowing for wheat
with a yoke of oxen.
In the al lev of the lilnck Hear,
weal of Perry. IleberMile. tt young
trnvcling man from Kansas, hoped to
seen re n claim upon which he had long
set his heart. Ho is sure that nobody
passed him on the wny. but he found
tho littlo valley full of men and Hie
claims till taken
t l-i -in Mi ii Oct titn unit Ar r.i I1 My tho
A number of ronatnbouts lonnecled
with Hunger & Lent's circus raided a
huckster's wngou eaily .yesterday
morning and stole therefrom six
watermelons Tho huckster got ou
the war path bt a jilly and caused
the circus manager some trouble. A
Mil of 440 vritK nroapiitpil to Mr 7n
who finally managed to compromise
,. , . l u""r
i,,u k:i, j .. iiirmu iiurioiuem
Thank', Aw fully.
The Fort Smith News Itecord snys:
The most graphic neeoaut of the open
ing of tlio Cherokee strip appearet in
Thk LKAiiicu of (luthrie, Ok , last Sun
day. It was ono of the ""-.eat descrip
tive pieces wu linvo seen for a long
time, and showed up man ami human
ity to a nicety.
ilhi-it Thirty Diiyi.
Vl.lie l'ellev. n young mm, wns
aortenccd to thirty lays lu Jail by
JuRtle. Morgan yotlertiiy. lie pur
olned housebote goods fr'4n Mr-
Uanibry'a notion atoro.
Ii. T. lialner'a audden trip to ihb
city isbtlll cousin anxiety nt ,llUiM.
Another telegriun wut recoived in tho
city last night saying that Hnliierhnd
disappeared uttder raystciioua clrcttm
taneoa and hat foul play was s ne
eded. Ah Ilaincr a in (Juthie
ighl side !!,
THRSB MBN ACT STR NCELY
Sot I'lfn tu ii Dmwcr mid M el Clntlilaic
I'roiii K. '1', Pa I ton i. t'a'a.
Yeaterdny afternoon thr. e loiifeh
looking fellows entered the store ol
B. 'P. 1 'at ton Co., pre'iimably to
purchase (oods. One of the men on
gagotl hales m an McKay m conversa
tion while tlio two others went to a
drawer containing soeka and set Hiv
to ita contents. At this juncture J
M. llrooks entered the store nnd the
men ran out One of thu loughs
grabbed a suit of cloths as lie lott the
pj.ice, but was oiiused and finally cap
tuted and ia now behind the birs. Tin
othor two men made good their escape
The actions of tlio men were ver
queer to say tho least. Whether thin
were bent on robbery or arson, oi
both, is unknown. Thu police
looking for the pals of tho culprit be
hind the barf)
The celebrated fort u no toller h
returuad to our town nml -wHImbI
till )liwl;iiwunllpnifntr lontri
sge-tfiu cimneo ano ie
tr1flS2: urant ami utura traet
-"-wsf" 'tff'ir-:' - r -- . -,
I lost stolen or uuriou proiwrty. wu
.. . it. .".ii- . '
ba eouktilted nt tlie Arlinaton. roon
8(1, No. 118 Second street till Monda
noon. ConsultatloiiB, ladiei We, gent
l.uitcil to IUnl.
I waul to rent a four-room furnishc
Im is,-fr u f iniily of three; no child
' ii-n i .it will pay a uo'xl l-rlce io.
, i ,i 1 w mt An, -ne lii.i such
, propei iy i. .11 ,id.ln.aP. O i.ck 1L
i luT, it..
,l WlMi A position at'er . or book
Uee; er In a bank ut Outline ur Perry
I mi i ,ii aduate of the to ni lily llusi
I i -. t nllege, tjuin y. IL , am ." year-
f i 'i ,.ti ! ea n fiirm-h tr.iitt e.t re ref
uir'.val lu ihu citv after u piuloi
I . ..it in lb- east where die h is -ei i e
ttioltitist styles in in lino r a' '
' t.i-ei.irid to suit the tn-.tei.if t'" ' '"
f "i s i itj Opening una'
'i 111 I lu nson aier.ui.
J I in
I. ulio- cw Mug this i It
.'- i-k hair dre
' 0(1 .it -1, 1 m
' i .1 i 1
it II ill . u
11 r 'n( i I ei 1 '
at 1 d or 1
. I t
in.. Addi I. II wife of n promlneut yi un.r farmer I if Von urinn want rf llicvcies and Trlcyclea, such as tho celebrated lnt-iiul
Mullial' ". ikmi-this city, turned th- lamp over i King of Scorchers, the I'owler, the Oriel, tho PhionK. tin inntjai. I w
. lat .,t and Huh- clothes caught I Warwlclf, tho Koad King, the Telegram, tho Telephrihe. the ( otirl -r, tl.J
Mrs. A. P. huundi-rs whes I an fire 1 ho moth -r ulUnupt tl to rescue Traveler, tho New Mall and tho lloul (luoon l'icelev at w h.. esa o n" I
I rouncc lob. r frleinK mi 1 nation-. !.-', ii.au. m,.i l. ., ,i.-.l .- ;..,..,..! t. I ...! ' i ,.i mv r.rices. til 10li 1! Oklahoma arc. (itithtiu. Up If"
BIG FOUR WRECK.
KIVjiT KILLLU OUTHICIlr AND
-A sconE iNjuriED.
QHB BCCTIOM RUNS INTO AlTOTOBft.
lhro of tho Injured will llo Um
'Jrulin AVro UnnHlns ' tluio
roEi'llinr, nml Uhea Ilia liutigrr
n lll.curered It Wa 'rio
ltc to I'rrvsiit the .t0.
limit A lllnmltr .Millie.
JlANifvo, III . Sept. ;o.-Thoofldna
section of the lllg 1'otir e.vprew Xa ,
aonthboniirl, crashed InUj the rwir of
the tirst section ut ;3(l o'clock Inst
ICight persons were killed outright,
three were fatally Injuretl nnd Hourly
n score were more or lew aercrelv
Tho engine of Hie second tectlou tan
' clear through one sleeper and two
coaches. The dead arc:
CHNfR KlMMM. r IMyton, Ohio
I) ITH J.lcnaoH of fvntiilati i Ohio
J V. I'owt'J.t. of VI. nnn. thlu
Ii L SWfcKTOf lAulKtllll' K.
MlMNlRDrrKHsot I.imcr Mh.ini, lnil.
Kt orm.v M n, uiiitlrntlHi !
Vol m. M k, unldcntlllrit
oi M. Wonts, unhl nllll. !
The first soction earriod nnn Ohio
A Mississippi sleeper for Louisville,
one Ohio it Mississippi chair car for
Oreensburg. hid , Hve duy couches and
bnggage and express cars It hud run
to a point three milos south of M in
tcno when a local train, which wns
preceding it, slowed up, and ti Hag
man was s-nt lmclt to Intercept
it. Tlio cnirineer on tho first section
i ?m) "T , "if" ul,","l,.,1"nV hisrl,'.lIi"
, to a sliuidstill. Tho flagman of the
tirst, section tu turn started for the
ear, but the second section w is fol
low ng s i losely tlmt he hud gone but
a ipw ynnm wlien arouiii u shni-n
onXr'Vt'Everythinff in the DRUG LI1ME.
lion was now at n standstill nndsthe " 7
second sect. on hud not lessened if.
speed of thirty-live miles tin hour 'J hr
currp was portly tapoiiblblp for Ihis
nt-ii n-oiii iieum. i nu engineer, as
his locomotive rounded the curve, re
ver- it the oniriuc. Seeiuir flic hone
1 lessuess of any attempt to check the
spfe I of Ins train in so slioii a ilis-
i tnnee, he jumpeil down 11 nhniiL-
nient. and his (ircmau folloneil Imiii
tlio crush eanio then aii'l Hi imn
motive drove ahead with m gl-tv f
lead with m gl-tv fou , '
i ivo mt- a 'avy s
I e ftaiae wor
i in" niir wona j tie s ri nir
i i tu. n Irivpo mt t'ir ilm cli i -i
forward, which gave wnv more com
pletely, Its tltnboru being llgliter.
I'lils couch utul the coach ust forward
of It were almost completely de
molished. All oflhe tlneo pars were crowdcif
with Dioplc, tuiho than half of those
In the s'eepcr huviiig letired for tlie
night. The passengers were thrown
fiom tlielr berths und from their
scats. Some were eru -lu-d under
beams and beiweeujthe broken, grind
ing timbri . of tlie wieckcd urn.
Tim i iifcluiitir litninoil.
Kaxkakii.. III., Sept. So The cor
oner's Imptpst d-veloped enough testi
mony lo show that Tliomus Amos, tho
engineer, of th- second s ctlon of tho
Washington express, was exceedingly I
negligent in uran-iging his engine and I
It looks a if the jury would hold 1 im
to await the action of the grand ju y '
I tiu I'retttliiit hiii- Wlllliini I'. Horn-
lilontir ,iielilu Jnttli-e.
Wisnrim-ioN! Sept st- Tho pusi
dent to-day scut to the senate tlio
limine of Ullhnu P Homblower of
'New ork lo ho ashoiiato jnsiiee of
the supremo court of Hie I' ulted
ihis nomination was made to (ill
thu place made vacuo t b tho tecoiit
death of Justice Sumuol iilateliford.
The presi lout also to duy nominated
James J. Van Aleu of Uhodo Ishiuil to
be Htnbassidor extrtior liifiry and
minister plenlpotentlni". to Italy.
Still another nomination wus that
j of Ahruham Wakes of Kansas, to bo
' regi-ter of the hint olMn- ut Wukee
' ney. Kan.
All,.., It lt,! -..a -.f Uro i ,, j I,, 1, ...
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uuivci ii iiuoiie u uneys til iiauceiiy,
THE S1LVEH PiailglS!r'i
TnTrri-wtliis- n I'i'l
li'nvOTO.V, Siijil. ea In th" sen
roelonliiy ilr. Voorhees, loader
of th wpal forfles.afforascnsnlional
deiiuneliition of lite New Yrk b.tuk-
j era mil a defiance to the press that
' has been critn islug his actions and
questioning his motives, de.nanded
that the miuorlty senators tut me a .la le
for a dual ote; and Mr. Dubiisof
Idaho mel the demand by a losilivi
declaiation that the anti-repeal men
wmilil opni'i the parage of the ie
toil bill by ui ailing thcm Ivcaof
every advautue alVor.'el them under
ttietuic aii'i ti- i gin of the senate, j
Mr. Voorhces relaliutd ht giving
notice that he would today move for '
longer and more onlliiuons n sloiu.
A jlutlu-i Um mh I n, lic.t'i. I
Port Kt'orr, Kun , Sept m -Two
liltlo ehildien of Mrs. Virgin Wood,
foi . si
t In hers.-.f
had I.e. -ii
tut d sm, ii
o L.i.lly tin-ii'd
iat Whitti r, S ( , the boiler of a
aw mjli CAliMled un.l liichard Nnh
he .wird'd for
ojg, .tames KocK
Hen , Sunt, i u,i,
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the . itr, 1 it ,11
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lie II ti'llller spot milt -a-l , . collie to US
tiituiiiii weni roi limiie oi out of door, biisjni'si oi ph-.ini
Eisenschmiclt & Hetsch,
11 B WRST OKLAHOMA AVL.
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
i Prescriptions Filled Day or Night.
rfM 1 VY Sii!
second Hand. Store.
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices,
See our Gasoline Stoves thev' can't Le
beat. Sold riffht DOVN LOr. Ri-
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. bit. Hrst and Division.
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
SJ "S3L O 3E2. "1? O 3E5, X2 S XS.
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Socond Door North of Harrison on Socond Stroot.
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
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Rates SI.25 Per 0v, Board Reasonable
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