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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTIttlBER 21, 1893.
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TOWHSITE OF
POND CREEK.
A Patent to be tad for Onc-Elghlh of
tiis Site.
ORGANIZATION PERFECTED
A Public Mass Meeting Held and Mu
nicipal Officers Elected.
A DRAWING FOR LOTS AT PONCA.
SPECIAL TRAIN OF TEN CARS
LEAVE FOR THE NEWTOWN.
THE RAINFALL ON THE STRIP.
UrurM of tho IIoiih'hIi inlrrn llotiiiil tip.
uunl Willi Joy at tlm Downpour ot
Wnt it III the Strip.
,J.'liid-jCi'CKk ' i tlio push ami the
j)f tha pliije aro jollifying
'id- Ire enthusiastic over tho good
news rffSoivuJ lust evening from Hon
7ohn V. Kyoc- to the effect thut u pat
ent will he issued sit on co for one
eighth of tho l'ond Crock towiuitu.
A public mass meeting wai called
nnd the following ollloers were uiiani
luously elected: Mayor, John V. Mof
iett: president of tho council, K O.
Hudson; city clerk, Christ l.ambergcr;
councilman, A. S. llaeon, XV. .1. I!ob
bins, A. ltass, C 1). Amos and I). ('..
Jarvls.
A committee was appointed to pre
pare a petition for organiin;.' into a
elty of tho first class.
A (iClKTIll K.l'll.
The rain of last evening, although
not heavy, was pretty general through
out tho CheroUeo strip. Advlce3 re
ceived from tho eastern portion of tho
strip K.iy this rain was the lirst tint
has fallen since April las. It brings
relief to tho tired and dirty settlors, fa
llows the supply of water in the
crooks and streams and revives what
pastures tho prairie firo.s have left im
liumcd. At some points tho rain foil
four nnd live hours.
A special train of ton cars left Ar
kansas City yesterday for I'on.a,
where the draw ing for lots com
menced, carrying people who held cer
tificates in tho company. Out of 1,800
names but 400 were drawn yosteiday.
Two men who irrived last night re
port that they found a dead man at
lllack Hear, south of Arkansas City.
The body was badly bruised. There
was a handkerchief tied around the
neck. In tho coat was foiud 25 in
money and a card bearing tho follow
ing inscription: "William Klause, A.
O. I". XV., No. 150, Cedarvale, Kan,"
SONG OF THE STRIP.
Touii Olllccm IMi'cti'il nt Woodward .anil
Kill. I.
The trains going both north and
-south aro loaded with passengers.
Inny thousands aro returning from
.the strip disheartened, poor and sick,
while thousands of others are Hocking
In. Kvcryouu is singing a parody on
"Aftor tho Hall," which itti tho .situa
tion napitally. Tho best vorso is as
follows:
I not a claim, pet, a claim In that ptom-
Iscd laud,
Twi'lvo miles from wsiti-r, twelve feet of
sand;
Then c.iino my wife, my love, my pet,
my on ii,
"(io hiMtle water, I'm dry m a bone."
When I returned, dour then) stood a
man.
Holding my claim down, tus soomir.s can.
'This !. my el ilm. paid, git up and git."
I nearly btokoiny neck, leaving the strip.
The chorus, roared by a carfull of
hoarse and dirty boomers, is very im
pressive. It is as follows;
AfUir tho strip U open, after tho run Is
made.
After your lioreo is burled, after your
debts are paid,
Many a sucker Is kicking, many havo lost
their grip;
Many a man will wish ho were dead ore
he went to the strip.
.All they need in tho strip to make
"business boom and to raise everyone's
spirits, is a good rain. The clouds
Avhiclt imvo appeared only to disappear
n tlio last two days, lmvo been an ad
ditional disappointment to tlio already
overburdened boomers,
'j'lm following Jllleen. woro olectcd
by ft mass convention at ljnid yuster;
day afternoon: Mayor, K. J. Hlmpson
of Kl Reno; clc-k. Abbott llanfeo of
Fort Worth, 'Vox : treasurer, l'erey
lllazo of Wlchlti, Kans.; city attorney
C. L. Greer of York, Neb.; marshal, J
If. Medley of Kingllbhor, Ok., trus
tees, A. Cotton of Kingfisher.
J W. KitUroll of King-'
llshor, 1. C. Helhcall of Hock Islaud.
J. C. Hrnnaugh of Kansas City, F. II.
Ilest of Kinsley. J. S. Akers nt KUs
wortli, Kan , Henry Thompson of
Hennessey and Charli-.i Peterson of I'.l
Reno. The trustees passed several
temporary ordinances relating to po
Hco regulations and adjourning until
Saturday.
Woodward also hold nn election yes
terday and named tho following olll
core: Mayor, XV. It. Hale, elty innt
Alial, A. C. Odem: treasurer, Henry
Kubnnks: city clerk, A. XV. Winsct
lustlco ot tho ponco, A. S Dungan.and
councilmen, J. S. Dorsey, XV. V. Hon
drix, Ij. Kent and I,. Collins.
A LOST HUSBAND.
Jin. Annie Sprucer on a Sinrtli for Her
I.IcK" I. out,
Mrs. Annte Spencer of Clinton, Mo.,
wns in the olty yesterday with two
small children. Sl.o eamc here from
Arkansas City and has been searching
for her husband, John II. Spencer,
whom she fours has met with foul play
in tho strip. Spencer is a carpenter
and left home about ton days ago
witli the intention of making the run.
Since then she has heard nothing
from him. The womnn has ve-y lit
tle money, but so far has been kindly
treated by railroad men. Sho loft
hero yesterday evening for Oklahoma
City to continue her search.
GOOD FOR PERRY.
It will hn.MHilK a City or tliu lirnt 01 irk.
Tho Governor',! l'ruclum itluii.
It is now very probable that the
proclamation declaring l'erry a city of
the lirst class will be issued by (!ov
ernor lien f row either Mondtiy or
Tuesday. The governor has been
weighing tho matter carefully ever
siti.o a petition signed by more than
tho required number of people was
laid before him. The 'nterubts of the
new town have boon considered and
ho desires to do justice to tho new
place, l'erryltcb anxiously await the
proclamation.
PERRY BOOTLEGGERS,
Tliry Coulil Miimv No License anil Wen.
I' ullctt.
Joseph Murray, John W. Tico and
J. F. (Irundy were brought down from
Perry last evening by deputy m ir
shals. Tli-y are charged with selling
whisky at thut place without the reg
ulation government license. The
prisoncis were arraigned before J ude
(loodrich and waived examination.
They were bound
sum of S"00 each.
over to court in the
MORE DARK DEEDS.
WICHITA Fl.T MURDERED IN A
DANCE HALL.
HOT HEADED CLAIM CONTESTANTS,
Another ll.iteli of Mui-tlrr I'rom the I. .mil
or Ciiiimin Douh'o Murder ut l!nlil.
I'atli lK'UlllltlTH,
l'atal Knife Duel.
Two men named respectively Tom
Osborne and Koy Kirk wont to Still
water yesterday to buy provisions,
llotli men were claim holders in tho
strip. After laying in a stock of eat
ables 'tho two men "bowled up'1 on
bad whisky and started to their re
spective homes. From all accotu ts
tho men were good friends, but it
seems they got into an altercation on
their way homo. During the ditllculty
the men pulled knives and a regular
duel followed in which both the com
batants were horribly nt .tilatcd. Os
borne wns killed outright and Kirk
died after an hour's suffering from
twelve or thirteen stabs in the breast.
Hoth men wcro binglo nnd formerly
lived near Lawrence, Kan.
Wichita Hut .Murdered.
Wichita Flat, a young man well
known in this city, was murdered in a
danco hall at l'erry run by Mrs Sil
vers. Who committed tho-deed is un
known. SIllXKed mid Itolihud.
Audrcw I'anfullo of Kittlo Hock,
Ark., was held up by foot pads at
I'nld Friday night and reliuvod of SI00
lie resisted tho robbers and was se
verely injured on tho head and arm.
Tuo Claimant Hilled.
Meagre news of a double murder
comes from Enid. A man named Wil
liams of Vernon, Texas, and an un
known man quarrolloil. Guns were
used, with death to both tho result.
Uni'd' IlriiiM Knuckii.
A young man named liurdetto was
attacked by toughs at tho Wharton
depot last night and seriously
wounded on tho hend. The toughs
used brass knuohs.
Dtad Umlcr Ills Wairoii,
An unknown stripper was found ,
dead under his wagon at Stillwater '
Friday afternoon. I!o probably
starved to death. His horses wcro
missing.
lValrlc, rireNcar Orlando.
A prairie flro raged near Orlandi
last night and a largo amount of
ground was burned over, notwith
standing tho rain.
THE GALL OF DENT.
PASSED AS A DEPUTY UNITED
STATES MARSHAL.
HOW HE PLUCKED SUCKERS AT ENID.
Nttiry of n' Mm ulth -Mote rro Thiin
.S'piimn Who 1VI1 Into tin. Cliitchci
or the l.nw-.Mllilo $11,000 ly
I'ulsu Prelum.
A man giving Ills name as J. II. Dent
was arrested at l'nld vosterdity by S.
S. Nix, father of Marshal Nix, and
brought to this tily. He now occupies
(juurtors in theb.istile.
Dent Is n ninti posesslng more gall
than sense r.nd he bid- fi.: to go over
the rond for several long stretches.
During the past week there has been
gross irooltedncss nntl shady work lu
the lino at the land olllce at l'nid,
unit big howls huve gone up from hon
est homes tenders who have been
fleeced.
Dent was one of the men doing tho
crooked work. Ho posed as a deputy
United States marshal and mndo scads
of money by ndvaueing men in line.
In order' to make his business mure
secure, Duut had the nerve nnd au
dacity to have tickets printed, which
ho gave to his purchasers for money
consideration. Following; Is n fac
simile of one ot the tickets:
: ' "C." :
: ornciAt. svmiiku in m.u i
nt
: rxiTKD static unJ) oi'i'icii :
HMO, OKLAHOMA. :
I J. 15. D. :
: Chief Dnputy I'. S. Mnishul. :
lloinjj oily-tonngod and very smooth
Dent's spurious tickets sold like tho
protcrMul hot cakes, and.lt is said, he
has mndo from 95,000 to 80,000 out of
his nefarious work within tlio past
four days. Dent finally managed to
scrapu up a m.(iU bond and was re
leased from jail.
Mnrshal Nix is receiving unj nst
elume fort'e crooked work in the
land ofllce .',uc. Ho is doing; all In
his rower to suppress tho existinsr,., ., . . A ,
., . . i, . thago, Mo., was in tho city yesterday
evils and should receive some common- I ?,,,,, , ,. ,
dation f jr his effort. Up to Wednes
day last deputy marshals were not in
charge of any of tho land olllces. At
that lime the outrages became so no
torious that Marshal Nix placed his
men lu charge of thcoHico at Perry.
Since then no crookod work has been
attempted. The mililnry is m cltarge
of the Enid land olltee. Since Dent's
arrest the fako deputies art! hiding
nut, and it is hoped that an effectual
quietus lias been put on tho men im
personating deputy marshals.
.otlce to .MereliantH.
' Merchants and all others having or
ders for Tin; Li:aiii:i: will please bear
In mind that Mr. John A. Itodgors Is
no longer cinneeted with this olllce,
but is in the employ of tho Capital.
P.y remembering, troubles and failure
to receive printing can bo avoided.
Mr. Hunter Williams is solicitor for
Tin; Li:aiii:ii and will ca'l on all mer
chants having orders for printing.
New County Cllllcpm.
Tlio following commissions woro is
sued from lite secretarv's olllco yester
day: S. II. llradley, justice, of the peace
for Enid, O county; Geo. E. Clayton,
justice of the pea.ee for Perry, county
P; lienjamin II. Smith, county attor
ney for N county; Arthur O. ICincaid,
county clerk for N county.
I'.i limit Stopped, ,
An order has been issued by tlio in
terior department suspending indefi
nitely the lirst paytneut for those hold
ing claims in tho Pottawatomie coun
try. The payment was due nt the
laud olllce on the '.'2nd Inst.
Admitted to tl.o 1 til r.
In district court yesterdny Messrs.
S. P. Reynolds and XV. E 1C. Sear y
wore admitted to practice at tho ter
ritorial bar. Searcy Is tlio iiJVuble
young man In the land olll -e.
.Madame Cetlli-.
Tho celcbratod fortune tellor lias
rcturiisd to our town and will stay
hero till Monday, and not longer.
Don't loose this chance. She trlls
vonr past, presont and future, traces
iost stolen or buried property. Can
bo consulted at tho Arlington, room
SC, No. IIS Second street till Monday
noon. Consultations, ladies AOc, gents
SI.00. 2l8tf.
Ilootncrs' supplies, quinine, extract
Jamaica glr or. LU lie's nllU, ntc. All
willboneo.' 1 in the strip, liny them
at Lillle's cV ;'g store, coiner Hurrlson
anu acconti street. w
Mrs. A. P. Saunders wUhes t j an
nounce to her friends nud patronb her
arrival in the city after a piolonged I
visit in the east whero sho has secured
tho latest styles In millinery and is ,
prepued to suit tho taste of the ladles,
of tlilt elty. Opening announced later
... ... imrnnun avenue, sjsii
Hook satchel. .pi ornl.nnB.ld.ink.
board eravons nnd nil it,.. iiidln. inU-a
J at thrf Capital City book storo "lO-l
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
Tho lliippcntnt:" of ii Dny rnlthrull)
Chronicled.
It was a plotulld rain.
Fred Kellnr of l'noblo. Col., is In the
city.
(loorge I'rico was hero from l'erry
yosteiday.
I". O. Jacobs was a visitor from
l'erry yesterday.
Many people (u this elty arc bury
ing their charity in old souks.
Mrs. J. M. Woods will sing this
morning at Jic First M. K. church.
Tho backbone of the drouth is bro
ken. Now how business will boom.
Miss Sybil Richmond of Vlnitn.I. T.,
U tho guest of frien& in the capital
city.
Just received at I'd. 11. Lyon's,
Iklain, pineapple, swltzcr nnd llui
burger cheese. Km"a?
C. 1). lluiwoll and J. 1'.. Russell of
Perkins wore doing business in tho
elty yestorday
There was but one drunk In police
court yosterdav and that was an un
adorned uffu!r.
Fire Chief Taylor in loyal to (luth
rle, but ho never overlooks a bet.
George is right.
It seems that most men can't come
through the rye 'without stoppli g
awhile in the pi.-'fcr.
Tho sooner may stay" with you on
your lot or claim, but eventually he
will hold a fold deck.
Sheriff Painter Is busy serving pa
pers for witnesses who must appear
before the grand jury on Mondtiy.
District court adjourned yesterday
afternoon until Monday. No business
of importance was transacted yester
day. George Parke cania down front Perry
yesterday to get a bath. Do and Hill
Watson are making barrols of money
tit the now town.
Rev. O. P. Noble is hero from Afton.
I. T., visiting his daughter, Mrs. Do
Lois. He will preach at the First M.
K. church thU evening.
Tlio Ladles' aid society of the M. K.
church desire a full attendance Tues
day afternoon at 3 o'cloak. Special
business to be transacted. "
Deputy Marshal 1 Ell 1 Tilghman, who
litis been doing duty at Perry, was
taken sick a few days ago and Is now
r-confined in bed in this city.
John L. P.ottonlloM, a town lot
boomc." utiil mining k'igfrotn Car-
i tie is oaouiing in rerry teatvy.
The United States grand jury will be
In session Mondtiy and will proceed to
overhaul tho criminal ealuntlor pre
sented to It by the attorney general.
Captain Rogers of the l'erry military
troops was viowlug tho city yestor-
day. He wore plain citizens' clothes
and his beard cut a la aurora borenlis.
Another jail break occurred onrly
Thursday morning at tho Oklahoma
CUy calaboose aud a half dozen hard
ened characters doubtless have been
added to tho strip.
T. R. Royse, of Joplln, Mo , is in the
city. Joplin is tho center of tho zinc
and lead region of Missouri, more- oro
being produced in that section than
in nny other in tho world.
John H. llarrett, rocontlj'of Kansas,
and n brother of the llarret boys at
Oklahoma City wont to Orlando to
mnk? the strip race. Ho was taken
sick the other day and yesterday died.
Mr. J. S. MeCann, a friend and for
mer neighbor of Rev. Smith's, who
was so 111 at Orlando while standing
In line to register, is fast recovering
under the care of kind friends in
Guthrie.
Rev. Roggess returned last evening
from Perry aud will hold regular ser
vices at the Christian church to-day ut
11. At night he will preach on tho
subject from Job, "Escaped by tho
skin of the teeth."
The E linond Democrat has been
sold to tho I'd in on d auti aud tho two
papers consolidated This gives tlio
Sun a clear field. It Is probable, how
ever, that a Republican paper will bo
started in that town.
A farmer's team ran awny on Har
rison avenue yesterday morning and
seared two other teams. For awhilo
tho appearance of things presaged an
uccident, but luckily nothing wasdnm
nged save a wheel.
Efforts arc being made by I. F, Tor
ril"s attorneys to reloaso him be
moans of n technicality recently dis
covered. If Terrlll gctr. out now ho Is
released forever from tho consequence
of his crime- so far as the law Is con
cerned. A young man from Stillwater came
In tlin ftfv VitGlnvitn,, t r. O.ln tl.n ..!..
I --, , ,.,, , , ,
' l"'u"u " "ore uc got, on a jag
nnd was "Uimllainnied." Hois wiser
now to the extent of i:r and a gold
watch. It costs mom. y to foot)
pca
nuts to the Outhrle olephant
An exchange tells a story of a tramp
wJlo rang. tt .loctor's door bell and
.,,, ,...,.. . ,
nsUc' U, lrotty "'O'" who opened
l, l'00'' lfho would kindly ask tho
' doctor If he had a pair of old trouseiu
ho wns wllhn? to give away, "I nin
i lho lctr," replied tho plump and
pleasing younir woman, and tho tramn
ifuintcd.
AN UNLUCKY NUMBER,
THIRTEEN WHISKY SEuuERS
UNDER ARREST.
Sold I.hiior at Santa l'o Without n (tin
of nmi nl Uremic The !'rlcitieri
llonuit Oier.
Deputy I nltotl States Marshal Will
Nix. together with Deputies Alonsu
Pol in ir, M. A. Allison, Joseph Severns,
and Milton Pulse enmo in from the
now strip town of Santa Fo lust even
ing, bringing with them thirteen law.
breakers. -
The prisoners arc charged with soil
Ins whisky at Santa l'e without gov
ernment license. ThoeulprLs are:
C II. Murray, John Crittenden, J.
M. Uruvoit, John May. William Dig
glut, J. II. llrown, D. Sullivan, J. I.
l'en " or, .1. C. Wheaton, John Maston,
A. U. Ilryson, S. M. Moore and John
Htiusi .- The men upon being ar
raigni before ludge Goodrich, walv
ered examination and were bound over
to awai the action of the I'uitcd
States court.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
L A W Y E R 8 .
J.
A. SAMl'SfiLL,
Attoun'kv at Law.
Ilonrn; Coruor ll.in Non and Sei-nuil
-itrtioL Practice lu all courts.
QKORCli PRICIi,
Gknkuai. and Land Atidrsi;v.
Tivlvo Yenr ltipertence, TSalmfnctloii
(Sitarmitmd, Prompt anil !'.(-
flclont Service.
Kaf,-retiee: Cenernl Land Ofl'iccr, Okla
homa 'IVnii'iij ,
Y S. JONUS & SON,
Attounkvs at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Wet of C.ipitnl National Ilanlc Hullitlng.
A . G. C. Illercr, John II. enteral.
IURUR & COTTEKAL,
Attou.nevs at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma
Joicpli WUbjr. C. G, Itornor.
Vyisnv & iiornor,
A ITORNKVS,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Rojtiis 2.VM, Over Capitol National Hank.
yOLNIiY IIOGGATF,
Attorney at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Office over "Be Hive" Clothiers.
yiLLIAM BLINCOE
Attorn by at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Office, second liutMiiiir wcit of District court
room, up stairs.
-J D. TODD,
Attorney at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Half block west of U. S. land ofUco.
LOWE & HOUSTON,
Attorneys at Law,
Guthrie, Oklahoma,
Q S. CUNNINGHAM,
AlTORNEY AT LAW,
Guthrie, Oklahoma.
J ARrER S. CUNNINGHAM,
Attornkv at Lav,
114 North First St., Gutlirie,Ok.
y.M. D. SMITH & CO.,
A'lTOKNEYS AT LAW,
lJeriy. - - Oklahoma.
W havo a'-.oclalisl with mo lu all laud
Ciicot, S, 1). Decker of Guthrie.
DENTISTS.
)R. PEOPLES,
Officii First St. and Oklahoma Ave.
Rksuihsck Second St. and NobloAve.
Yt E. FURROW,
D R'N TIST
Second and Oklahoma avenue,
Commercial Hank littihling, Roo.n
35. Residence corner of Elm and
Harrison.
PHYSICIANS.
QR. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon,
McEHIIniKv's Drag Store Second St
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A WALK OVER
N the unite we take In the liot trade, and we not nuh i tiln it i m
It erj interesting to our ciiKloineis. Ot.r Mork vf fnolwiiii
inid eoitipnttllou ti-,i point u mile nwn l lievmiil lieniiicr. 'I Inn v
lecoid for speed. In eiue tlinutrh ''iccuiri litl.c w Intrs. (lie) nil,.'.
KettltiK eonv-ti'd lth vi mum . us ()r f.ot ih.it i'i'i i! i nuiKi i
aisiiiiini'ii i lit'le uu nn gups in lln-piiiri sshm i,f Ihim t-. tlm n;li: ii ,,
ln light along to the tune id "Still tlm suiuh t. fnllnw. '
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,
11H W M ST OKLAHO M A V I - .
EAGLE
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
WALL PAPER AT COST,
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night. A, G, IllXOfl, Prop'r,
ftaTTELEPIIONE CONNLC'I IONr.a
Richmond's
Second Hand 'Store,
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices,
See our Gasoline Stoves the)'- can't be
beat. Sold right DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave, bet. First and Division.
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
S TEX. O IS, TC O "E& 3T3 3ES 3E&.
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY
Socond Door North of Harrison
CAPITAL CITY
BEADLE'S BLOCK.-
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
LOOK HERE !
I Am Here to Stay
If you aro In wnntof tho CclohratcU tmctnuati Safo, 1'iro or lturfjlar Proof
or Flro and llurglar Proof;
If you aro In want ot tho ColubrateJ American Helpmate, Singer, lioytil New
Home Sewing Machine;
If you aro in want of Hieycles and Trliyck-s, such as tho celebrated Imperial
King of Scorchers, tho Fowler, tho OrUl, tho Ph'-nlx, the Central, the
Warwick, tho ltoad King, the Toleifrain. tho Tol-t-. i uie. the Courier the
Traveler, tlm Ne,w Mail and the Howl (juoon llueie &t wlrn'i ,e ami
retail, coino and get my prices, at 100 li Oklahoma nvc., tiuthrio, Oi; Tec
EL. H. KNAUSS, Manager.
The English Kitchen,
THE -OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in the CITY,
Rates $1.25 Per m, Board Reasonable
V
. fr"- -. '
-
c. r f.3
COMPETITION
but m
much
hiviilt
1 ihr
s v
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on Socontl Stroot.
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