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AN IMPORTANT RULING.
Secretary of the Interior Hoke Smith
Issues aa Edict.
THE TOWH OF KIRK CHANGES ITS NAME
THE NEW TOWN WILL HERE
AFTER BE CALLED SANTA FE.
RAILROADS ARE BREEDING TROUBLE
Attcmptlnc to Hiiiiiii I'm orltp '! imns The
1'ont-n Tounnltx ('iiinpiiny AIT.ilr
lit I'crry Strip ?.
People in the strip arc settling down
to everyday life. Happy, indeed,
would they be for a day's rainfall.
Hut thoy will hold to that which is
good until their "rain prayers'' arc an
swered by the good Lord and .1. Ster
The new town of Kirk held an elec
tion yestculay afternoon and changed
the name of the town to Santa I'o.
Colonel II. liowman of (iamett, Kan., j
was elected mayor, iiiut tne election
is legal is a matter of much doubt, as
the law requires that three weeks no'
tin-must be given and a potition sent
to tho govei nor of Oklahoma to hold a
special election. ICirk is picking up,
nlthoitgh tho water question is still a
The l'onea townsite ct-mpaiiy has at
last arranged with four holders of
quarter sections for a townsite, and
the holders of g'v, certificate art Hook
ing there to be present at the draw
ing Thursday noon The co npany"
put surveyors to work this mori ing to
lay tho town oil' in lots. It will give
ovpry ho'dcr of a certillcsitu a lot and
then have enough left to sell and pay
lor the Kind, besides laying out parks
uuil a largo public square. Kvory
elaiii) about l'onoii has half iv dozen
hiepb Sorenson, a young man from
" JSust .Saginaw, Mich., cut his thioal
from ear to ear yesterday at Perry.
He got a lot .Saturday afternoon and
llfcamod of tho money he would make
put of it, but it was contested by sev
eral pipn before nig)t. Up ha; spent
pvpry cent he iad on earth Jo get out
liero and get ii) the race. He was sick
II ml discouraged )iut cotld stand li,
lint lylion )iis lot ,yns cpiiteijtcd he
wjis ready to fjuiu
A tplegjam was received today from
Secretary llokc Smith, stating that
Ihp claims of all t'ospwho mudo the
pip frqin thp Osugo eojiutry nnd the
spilth line of the C1Uqcc6 reservation
x-jull pot Ito considared valid. This
will iijvaliijuto the claliqs of u large
puniber of claimants whq were
granted permission by Lieutenant
Caldwell, cpmmandli)g the troops here,
to go through thp Cljilqcco riserva
lion, and to id alt i) the run from the
Scorching wea'ther, hot winds and
dust storms prevail in tho Cherokee
Dtrip. And the settlers are again buf
fering under torturing conditions.
Water is still very scarce and inmost
places, being sold for 5 cents a glass
rr 3.1 a barrel. The tow unites in which
the railroads are interested have free
water, supplied by the roads In tank
curs. The govcrnniont townsitos of i
Knid, l'orry and I'ond Creole, whiuh
aro being boycotted by the roads, are
lorced to depend on shallow wells and
stagnant streams for water supplies,
llullding operations continue, and
frame houses arc fust replacing the
Jlniuninkcr .owell, at l'ond Creek, is
o(:)v all elfocts have Ijeoij' unsuccess
AFFAIRS AT POND CREEK.
Tho New Town Ilu 1 ropulijtlou of ()ne
TiU.i I IVnplD.
J'ppiJ Cpppk has a population of hflOQ
enterprising, indnstvious pooplc Tho
NVichlta town company was sue ossful
In obtolnlnga vnluablu jioco of lam
for Its stockholder J us, north U Hip i
Indian nllottnont purchased by Charles
Run!. John NV. Njos und John V. Mof.
foL On tho west of tills Is tho Hutch
Inson town company's quartor, iluttcd
with white touts. Just south of
this and adjoining tho Wichita qunr.
tor is thu lloek. Island's ploao of prop
erty. Tho people are Imbued with the
Idea that this town will bo another
Wichita. The citizens think that thev
cancat'irc te inity sea' at the
(lolllg it's uesi lo ooa.N rains iroin mil " in iimuijr unci- a pioiongeu
clouds, un'il his offioru arc supple- J'1,s.,l.,n thu C.US,1 w,.arp "l1,? ,lttS he0U-;B."
., , " l i ..i tho latest styles in millinery and is
iiigntccl by ho prnyeiqj the settlors. ropiroil to sIt ,,. ... ff. ?,,. .
iS u,u clty at
first election, I'oml Creek bo'tig lo
cated much closer to llio center of the
eon My than Hound Creek. They also
say tlmt they have a great advantage
over Knid on account of the vicious
light between the hoc lc Island town
nml I he cllien town.
The citizen town, or count, sc.-.l, i
closer to the, coaler of the county than
Is linid station, his will greatly mil
Hale iiffnlust tho success of tho Hock
Islanil town, anil In favor of llokoj. as
the county seat is culled by the Hoc):
Island people. Threats arc being
openly made by tho citizens of "Ho
i i ii ., . . i i . .
I ivvjf iu iuii up mo rnuroau iracit mi-
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I ivin ii.mi-t are Moppuu lucre. x lie
, company has n large foro employed
tliere to protect its property, and
lively times arc expected at any mo
ment. The llokcy people have to go
to tho railroad town to get their mer
chandise, while tho railroad folks have
to go to the county scat to get their
mail, to do their registering and other
It is tho general talk among the
cooler heads that the 1'ock Island of
ficials have made n great mistake, and
one that will cost, the company consid
erably more than it enn realize from
the sale of a few town lots.
WOODWARD TO THE FRONT.
A C'ltj I'.lrrllou Ilelil Ymtenluy l'lftern
loo Itlelinrdson returned from the
strip last night and was n sight to be
hold, lie looked as if he ha. I lived
foru mouth iu tho vortex of a sand
storm. His best friend would hardly
know hhu and it was with dilllcult.
that his family figured him out. Not
withstanding all this he says he feels
well and is probably tho only man
thus fur returned who is not tired of
booming. Joe's favorite spot in the
Cherokee strip Is Woodward and he
it is booming. He claims It has
a nonulation of nearly 1.500 and that
n,.,iry ui ()f them are there to stay.
e i one u cy niercaniue company is
there with tin excellent stock Of goods
nnd their prospects nro godu for n
licavy u(1 profitable trade. A city
election was held thoro yesterday, but
Mr. Iliehardson left before tho result
was made known. He voted, how
ever, and had the honor of putting in
the first ballot.
A PERRY CORPORATION,
THE. OKLAHOMA TELEGRAPH
AeJO TELEPHONE COMPANY
1'llfH Artlrlcn of Incorporation With
C'Hpttiil Stork of l'lo TIiousiiiul
The new strip town of Terry is al
ready in lino with ti corporation. Yes
terday in the secretary's olllco articles
of incorporation of the Oklahoma tel
egraph and telephone company were
filed. The purpose of the institution
is to establish tcle-aph and telephone
lines, ip the tcrritpry. The capital
stock of tho pew company is 5,000
and the headquarters will be at I'crry,
Tho dircctqrs. arc: Itobert L. Moore,
I'crry; K. II Moore, Llano, Texas: and
II. W. fiiiinan,' Perry.
' LOTS OF WORK.
Coirrnor Kriifrow Kvpt on tin. Mnc.
About County CoiiiiiilsAloiirrH,
trovernor Itcnfrow was kept busy
yesterday waiting on the horde of
men who wanted to bo notaries pub
lie iu the new county. Qver two scores
of commissions were issued.
Gqvcrnor Itcnfrow, when Interro
gated rogarding tho appointment of
the new county commissioners, said
he would not mako uny appointments
for several days yet. Material is
GEORGE F, HERRIOTT'S MOVE.
SiiiTredH A, W. I.lttln III tlm (iiilhrlu Nil
A. NV. hittlo has tondered bis rosig
nation as director and vice prcsi.lent
df thu Guthrie national bank, and is
succeeded by Uoorgo P. HerriotL Mr.
Horriott is u slire'vd business man, an
able financier and will add strength
and solidity to the woll known bank
ing institution with which he has
Mrs. A. P. Saunders wishes to an
nouncc toher friends nnd patrons her
of this c)ty. Cjpeulnp; announced later
on. HI Harrison avenue. 238tf
Ladies calling this week at Mrs. N.
P. Sagor's hair dressing and tollot
bazar, over Mrs. Saunders millinery,
will bo given f ieo samplp of Mndumo
Graham's tjrpat oqinnlotlon heuutiqer.
Cucumber find elder flower cream,
llan-js cut and curled this week, 15
If you nro ivalUtjr for strip opening
dop't fall to buy your drugs, station
ery, etc.. at Ullio's drug store, the old
reliable corner Harrison and Second
'trcet ,.. 2-'8tf
J. y. Coulter and M- M. Ilrowu have
bought a new stock of hardware and
iinploincnts and wIU locate at Perry.
Hook satchels, fcshool crnyons.blaok
board crayons uud nil the leading inks
at the Capital City book store. 10-1
11 "el'ew Medl iut I. -c
i- v t n.a v the r n
y1""'8 are shallow, and deem others so.
AK EXCIILC FIGHT.
HOT TIMES IN THE HOUSE
TO STOP FILIBUSTERING METHODS.
I lie llrmocrnt Virtually Sprint; Clotiim
on Ilia Ilepubllcans I'v peMkrr
I'rml In n Towrrlnc Ilni-e Mnr
lllrlllnc Frcnpi on tlm I'loor
Hi" I'lertlou I'.rpc.il lllll
I 1 llmllj llpportcil,
Wasiii.noto.v, Sept. '-'1 Tho decree
of King Caucus dctnimited all personal
considerations in the house yesterday,
and the Democrat!.- majority acted as
a unit iu ending the filibustering fight
that had blocked all legislation in the
lpwer chamber for a week
When the house met the benches
were crowded with resolute Demo
crats. The committee on rules had
held a meeting over tho protest of tho
Hepublican members, cx-Spoakcr
Heed and Mr. Harrows, and hail de
cided to report, if necessary, a rule
that would disarm the filibustering
Ilepubllcans The caucus had re
solved that the Democrats should sit
In continuous session until the bill re
pealing the federal election laws
should be leporlcd.
As soon as the journal had been
read Mr. Loud ol California asked
ttuaiiitnous consent for tho considera
tion of a resolution calling upon the
Aecietury of the treasury to know how
many ounces of silver had been pur
chased under the .Sherman law in .Inly
and August, uud also what amount of
silver had been offered for sale during
these months, and, if the government
had not purchaeil the J r.00,000 ounces
required hv law, to know under what
authority the secretary had acted.
Mr. I'll li objected and thereon the
Mr. llurrows moved to dispense
with the call of committee lvports,
and immediately tlcncral Cnlchings,
fiom the committee on rules, pre
sented his report, which provided that
no other business should be in order
until tlii' reports of committees had
been n reived Mr llt)rrows attempted
a think movement b raising a point
of order hat the report was not in or
der becnuso no proposition of that
kind had ever been sent to the commit
tee for action. A parliamentary duel
then followed between Mr. Harrows
pn the one side, supported by Mr. Heed,
NV,X the speaker on the other. The
members crowded t. area in front of
tlu spc tkcr's desk .. id the galleries
listcne.l intently. .Int the subtle
bl ..tic .)f the Mcliijim leader went
down luforo the l-'Jadswori oi tho
(icorgi.i spenker. Tlio speaker over
ruled the point of order, poli:" out
jh.it tho committee on rules" iTouId
originate orders of business for the
house just as the committee on ap
propriations could originate appropri
ations '1 he decision was received
with loud Detno.-ratlc applause. Mr.
Hurrows promptly appealed against
tho decision of the chair, and Mr.
Fitch of New York, as fro.tiptly
piovcd to lay that motion on tho table,
Mr. Hurrows sought to incrcaso tho
parliamentary tangle ty aoving .
pending Mr. Pitch's motion, that tho
house taken recess for one hour. Mr.
Patchings raised tho polqt of order
that, pending action on a repjrt from
the committee op rules, only one mo
tion wnt In order. Mr. Iturrows was
allowed to mako an argument agninst
tho poll, raised by Mr. ditchings
during which the speaker Instructed
the qlerk to read the order.
"I object." shouted Mr. Iteod, ugaln
and again, standing lu the ulsle, his
big frame shaking like uu enraged
lion Hut tho speaker only pounded
the desk with his gavel and ordered
the clerk to proceed. The hot blood
of partisanship was coursing through
the veins of tho house and tho con
fusion, grew worse.
"Nothing can be gained by ordering
tio clor.t to yoad a report when he has
no right to do it," cited Mr Heed de
fiantly, lie then went on iinpasIon
ntely to Inveigh against the action of
"Tho s.-eakor decldod that the ro
port of the committee on rules was
receivable, by a ruling," he said, rals
lllg his voipe impressive'y, "which is
tho most surprising uvor nude in leg
islative lilRlury. Deniocnitlc jeers I
Oh, you havo got to force your notion,'1
he continued, liiruiii? llorccly on tho
"Wo'ro ready." u chorus of voices
"Tho speaker decided contrary to
the decisions of all other speakers,"
ho went mi.
"Which speaker'.''' Inquired Mr.
"llo decided," Mr. Hcod continued,
not deigning to reply, "that tho com
mittee can originate legislation."
Tho tl-rlit continued ull afternoon,
tho HepubliciiiisKtubb.irnly contesting
every step, but the Democrats word
able by nam wont 10 musicr a oaio
niioruni anil CTV llieir noun, ill s:u
jjt uns apparent that tho end, of the
tight woillu ue ini ino leuui.ji eiee
tlnns bid would ba rcpoited, ttestiltn
tho desperate dilatory tactics of the
Tinally tho motion on tho ndoptlon
of the r.no-t of tlio commltto on rules
wes carrii d by a vot of 170 to 01 and
tlio houso intjouriied
CLOTURE STHICT AND fULL.
I lie UnU Mljlch llio ltoiit ..ly riiut It
1 Nfceita-y ! Ailopt.
Wahhsgtox, Sef 51. The com
pilttco on rules of ' he liouse ij p.r?i
paring to report, i it finds o Uo
necessary, a ru.lc wh.h provides that,
upon lt adoption, t o clerk shaH call
the roll of coinnnttcesand.psnding that
po motion shall a entertained Tlm
rule Is in tho nature of a strict elo
turc. Intended to prevent filibuste Ing
against the report of the federal cIpq
tlons bill, as, under its provisions, no
motion is adtnlssih o whUo tlio conv
jnlttees n,o oallcil to mako their re.
ports, not even a motion to adjourn
Tlii I'rouzlit Ilrnktu In owa.
Dks Molnes, Iowa, Sept. 21. The
drought, which has lasted for two
months, was broken this morning by
n t i r.n wi'hproiC tsi.f
Leavy t, , s ncfore n ght
F OLYCIAMY DARRSn.
World' nrlUinent or Itill.nt ltf
fiKei to l.Wli'ii to a llrfomn of It.
I'tltcMU), Sept- 2". The hnrmonv
that has character! 'pd tln sessions of
tlm world's parllnmmt of religion
slan the opening d ly was broken for
the 11 lilt time yesterday. Scores of
professing Christians have listened
without demur and, "as a mutter of
fact, with absolute interest to the ad
vocacy of Huddhism, Confucianism,
Zoroastriauism and other Isms, hut
they drew tho line at polygamy, nnd
when from the platform It was du
clared that n polygamtst could also be
a Christian they lifted up their voices
iu Indignant protest.
The gentleman who thus put his
foot iu It was Mohammed Hussoll
Alexander Webb, and his "topic was
"The S lrit of Islam.-' Amid a babel
of protests from feminine and mascu
line throats, he went o to uny that
polygamy was a matter of conditions
only. Once he was opposed to 1L but
now he knew it eoubt bo beneficial.
It was necessary, however, to under
stand It, nnd no one was qualified to
judgii who did not know its theory
and prejudice. Tho people in this
country were not qualified to judge of
considerations existing in another A
mnn could bo n good and puro man
nnd prnetlco polygamy If it was iu the
A tnlgiity protest, louder than all
the rest combined, went up at this
jointure, but, nothing daunted, the
speaker went on to sty tlmt il tin y
knew as much of the subject as h did
they would know that a pohg.imist
could be a Clir'stian, provided he did
not manifest a sp rlt of himisu uisness.
Tills time the protest was so cliciucnt
Hl.it tho speaker concluded he hud
Mild enough, and with a final defiance
to tho effect that tltey were condemn
ing something that they knew noth
ing of, lie switched oil' to a tilk on
Mohammedanism. This, also, he
claimed, wis not tin lertood, doe
largely to the fact that there was no
Huglish liistoiv of Mnlinmmed that
was not full of prejudice and error.
No Time for I'lec llilnUrr.
Chicago, Sopl. '.'I President Don
ne,), chief of the world's fair congress
auxiliary, liu. refused t allow tho
international congress of fre thinkers
the use of the art iiistllute, tho now
famous structure In which lliu parlia
ment of religions is being held. Mr.
Honney says he will not sanction the
use of the hall by any body likely to
criticise the church or d'ug the name
of the, Creator in the mire. The free
thinkers have secured another hall,
liowever, nnd will meet October I.
Mmheil III Us i.l ton I'nlp.
PiTi-Mirim, K.in., sept, 21 While
the miners wore ascending from thu
Santa Fe shaft at r'roiitennc, one of
them, .lames llalliday. jumped from
the ca; and full I .g short of i -aeb
ing the edge, sh it head first 1 i the
bottom if the shaf , strikiujr on his
head in, I ahonlujrs mushing hut head
to a pul,i uud killhig bin instantly,
llo was a, son of Lnlio Hnlliday, the
man whu died so mysteriously last
summer after att inline a minora
meeting in Pittsburg
I 'ever Aililt 111 Trror
St. Lot-is, M3.,SetL SI. A speulal
from Savannah, (ia , says: "Fever has
added its terrors to thu already over
flowing cup of misery of thu uufortuu'
ulu dwcller. on tho sea Isluuds on tho
const of South Carolina. Hundrodsof
icoplo arc reported slok
Islands us a result of tho stench
putrefaotlon of tho dead
Wilt Iluiploy Only Aluorlc mi.
McKi;K.si'niii'. I'a., Sept 21. Tho
hard times are not bringing unmixed
111 to tho worklngmen of this city. A
report Is current to tho effect that
none but American citiens will here
after be given work at thu big plant
os tho National rolling mills. The
iefus.il of employment to many Hun
garians at the mill recently is in line
with this policy.
Ivloit by u Ituiiuir-iy Motors
St. Louis, Mq , S.-pL 21. NVhilo
rnnnhig full speed down Mount pleas
ant hill Ip. tho Eotithern part of the
pity, motor car (13 nn into a wagon
containing four parsons, throwing
tiicm ott, wrecking Vito car ami
wagon nnd killing William E-somul-Ipr.
Jack Gclst received serious In
juries of the back anil Win, also In
Hull r.'ni'i oniorr.
Ksiu, Ok., Sept. SI. Pursuant to a
cull tho citizens of this town met In
mass convention yesterday and organ
ized a provisional government Tho
following ofilrors wero elected: May
or, K. J. Shnpion of Kl Heno: clorjif
Auooii jiaruea or i orjLjAvgriii.-Ta cx,
troahiirci'.., ,-i'5?V, JMohltn,
ICuiVflty ottorney, f. f Greer of
York, -Neb.: marshal, J.
II. Mediy of
liouuil tlio Wurlil on a "Safety."
Htiiv Pi-miii, Sept. ?L pipta,itt
Alexander Gcrdcnltz,, a wcll-bnowu
Hungariun sportsuirjn, who has
unready pcvfnrmot a bleyclu tour
Which coYcrnd llnly, l'ranco, Spain,
Gibraltar und Tunis, now proposes to
start on a tiip around the world,
which will probably tako u year to
Appointed to Sucfeml .Imlgn Frii,un.
JKITKnON Cix,'. M.O,, Sopt 81.
Ali-inn 'Vjturlo was yesterday ti-
Iipiutcd by Governor Stone ustoelnU
iistice of the county court of Sullivan
lounty for the second illi-trlct, vice
Jonah D. seaman,, deceased.
Dui-I lletwctii Olllmr.
Kans .8 Citv. M -. Kept, !. Da-
tectlyoiiorg'cllryq.it and Coir table
lhily Solan, psai-f ol'lcers, fought an
impromptu duel with pistols iu NV. II.
thiisties baloon, on Missouri avenue,
a Unit lu o'clock last nlfht. Six shoU,
according tt rollabli' wltneasts. were
hied. Not a hinglo lull too't elfict.
I'lriily .r ' ! Ni.
Alva, Ok, Sopt 81 Tlio first
great event in a new town was cele
brated ai Alva yesterday in ibcjlnk
Ing of the first well. Water wasfound
in inexhaustible qualities, soft r.s
rain water and nur a no .1 ,v
djpth ol i ty ei
County Clerk ,
SEVEN MEN KILLED.
1WKN1Y OTHERS WOUNDED,
uWFUL TRAGEDY AT IiUANOKC, VA,
A Mul AllrmpU to KUriti u ,lnlt mid l
J'Jrtit on t,y tli Mlllttu A CtiUfrtl
Mini ll it nii.i !t..liUoil a Woihihi
nnd Hip Itlrcni Utitiptrl to
I 3 lull 1 1 1 tn IIik Miivor
Orili-iril tlm Mimillti;;.
. HlMNnhK. Vn
ytnlth. n nc'L'i'i
Mrs. Henry Hisln.p v-.T of -.lll U
do farmer, to cciinp,.ny him Into tin
empty house He then locked the
door and, li awing n razor, tlemindeil
her money, and, upon her refusal to
do mi pounded li i Into Insensibility
with a brick nnd left her for dead.
Mis Itbdii p soon regained conscious
ness and told of the out rn ire. Smith
pronched. At .1 o'clock the Ho.inoke
light infantry marched to the Jail by
mil era of Mayor TiouL (inn ids were
posted and tho streets in the. immedi
ntc vicinity cleared After dark the
crowd was inorens-Ml by 100 men from
tho vicinity of the woman's home,
headed by Mrs. Hlshop's boh, a fire
man on the Norfolk uud WeUern
ru II road.
At ii o'clock portions of tho mob
battered at the side door of tho jill,
where tho militia nnd Mayor Trout
hud retired. The sho iting was com
menced by the mob.and the Mayor was
shot In the foot. The milili.i were
then ordered to leturn tho fire, and a
volley of about twenty-live rlllos was
poured into the mob. Seven men
were killed by this (lro ami twenty
wounded, some of them fntnlly.
During tho excitement unused by the
rwlloy the prisoner wiu taken from
tho Jail by an officer and secreted.
Thu dead ulid wounded weie removed
to n drug stoio nnd tho olliies of near
by physicians The luUitin then dis
persed and left the ?one as quietly as
The follow inu Is a list of the dead
as far u known lit prcamt.
Dead S. A. Nick, hotel proprietor;
Will Sheets, fireman on thu N. At .
itiilrond, ( buries hit more, conductor I
Ion the N . iniiroint; .1. 11. Tvler, ,
i lliu Hid: (Senigo White, shot
t thn Ugh the leg uud bled to death
, NV. dunes, engine, r en tho ,N. ,fc NV
ralh-oad; .lolui N Mills, distiller,
lil k I roek
liijnred Ocorjre 'Settles, wf Vinton. I
moi'.wlly wounded: Otto 'ii11h, shot i
through the body, will die; Will Iiddic,
shot through groin; Tom Nelson, leg
off; hero While, idiot in buck; .1. II. j
Mel thee, shot iu the log; Sliep- j
herd, shot in the leg: K. .1. Small, shot i
iu the abdomen; (leorgo ). Monroe, j
shot in head; Frank Mills, shot lu leg.
gpimitloiiil Tragoilj In Whl.ih it tViunnit
unit Two 31 nil 1 t'.-urr.
Lomion, Sopt -.M. A nenwitional
trngeiiy has just ocmrred tn this city,
the result of which was the death of
three persons, one of them a woman.
Tho oilier two wero men supposed to
bo livuls for tlio friendship of the
woman, but this is mere conjecture, !
as all three died almost iustiiiiily, ,
J'auy .Montague, a ballet girl who
lias been employed at the Uir.piro, left
tho tlioater at 1 o'clock, ibis morning
for home. She was met by a man,
and whon uor.' Kings Cross the pair
were dtoppeJ by a fecomt imui .lust
W'luV rassod between tho throe is not
known. Thoy talked in loud and
angry tones and attrautod tho atten
Suddenly ono of tho men nulled n
revolver and shot thB woman, killing
her alnuvU instantly. HQ then shot
tlio other man dead and afterward
turned the wvnpuu upon himself.
NVhen tho p.Jino uri'ived tltey found
throo dead hoik,
Ollluiri Morsleil by 1 lilcvoi.
Ft. Ioxack, Mich., Sept SI. An
armed posse has left Mackinac island
on a steamer t' capture the supposed
postoftko thieves who aro trying to
escape iu ii s.iu loau iMllcors on.i.
tut' fclilileil tlnee luenJuiMaba.-itrumf
a running Ihurnnriwri'P butt' can
Uiii.-roluirfuj In tho wounding of
'ono'inan Hi onoh boat, tho ono iu tho
w -'. .rmi t ,"f-ri ...
biiillnc-criift 'being fntally hti.-t. it U
thought, Tlimpfoeri found tho odds
too groat for them and lluullv isitiirii-
cd to Mackinac Ibhiftil for reinforce-1
A I'lijrltlij' llorrllile t.rlint.
ii.VN 1'b.m i-.ti. Sept 2i. The police
aro looking for I)r Kugenu West, who.
thoy think, isrepnnsible fort lie deatli
of MUs Addie (hltnour, th young
woman whoso head wu found tloat
iujr in the buy. Tlio polieo havo a
theory that Ur. NN'ost performed a
criminal operation on tho young
vouian, which romiltod iu hor do.ilh
nnd that in order to conceal tho cm
douco of his crime ho out thu body up
and thnw It iutotho bjiy.
piuyvil the Kaucii nml IIUil.
$3,1- ii) of hit own, ho di-npii lied
fro i his hu.no last night and this
inoinlug hU fniewoll letter wa re
colr.tl by hi wife. Ho left lii
ndnlrs in order and full instructioiib
as to tho ben uiellxsd lo tonlue most
upon hi awhi-U. 'J'ho nvei w.ih Ins
road lo death.
Au It ill. in flii. I uiinilrr
r:i. Sept vl N .'urate'' from ,
nUi e tci J.iv f nui' doln much'
rt..ig to ou.itl.n an I shipping in
the barlKir. Several people- were
lulled and nunv wmiii.tei i lie it
u 'I. ! i ' i-if underea C
C, I fellC
zl. i!!!. -"d, t:.1v ! fc ' r : ; Rlj- ; ; . ,nL
" '"' --"" ."i" . "in. ' ''";'"::"' "''V '""uiimi ntweil. NoImmIv wants ii poor iu. i i.
wcrj finally p?rsiMded to disperse by l Ul "HV i. in.'' A bml n," u-lu's a tendci spot nnd tinik i .ot
the nmvor. ouclied llRhtlv. If on want to touch vour pocket ImmiI, llglith. and till
uie uiiijor. ')(' a tender spot now -u-dliv. corn.' Ions lov si dim. We In i evVril d ih s
1 lie crowd gathered around the jail mi! mini wear for home or out of doors, busings r ,o..,.l... . ""''B s
again nnd kept increasing as night np- i
hours Mo.. Sept. Si-aHltoiii"yV"rJl"i-i7iTri:'toW tho I'h.onlx. the Central ....
played tlio races and died. w...h..T.. the Courier, tn
lonlnu at tho eaut bide ti.uk 'ivvnip'hn New Mall and tho lload Queen Uicyclrs, at wholcsaU unl
87.0C0 of his wifo'K money, nnd ' retail, como and got my priccp, at 100 h. Oklnhotna avc, (iuthrfe. Ok. ir
bPESCEH A ItOBEHTSON.
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Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,---
11H WRST OKLAHOMA AYE. '
109 HARRISON AVENUE, .
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
Prescriptions Filied Day or Night-
:;New Goods at 2nd 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 and Dltlslon.
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
O XS. T
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Second Door North of Harrison on Second Street.
IW I . ' i
full line of Books. Stationary, Ngnvs, Office ant1
Supplies ahvayjS on hand.
LOOK HERE I
I Am Here to Stay
If you are in wantof tho Celebrated Cincinnati Safe 1'Iro or llnrjjlar 1
or I'iro and llurglnr 1'roof; .... ,. , -
If you aro in want of the Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer. Loyal .
Homo Sewing .Machine;
!E. H. KNAU83,
The English Kitchen, I
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THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in the CITY,
Rales S1.25 Per B&v.
A, C. HIXOH, Prop'r,
CONNKCTION. - XwR
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H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
Board Reasonable j
etna uiclahoma Avenue..
nuvt- juu trieu vtsumj ugaia
lie's drug store?
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