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FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SEE W. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OV BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
official rArr.n or i-ooan coustv.
HV ROY IlOI'lfHAN.
Gocrnor-xV. C. IIcnthow.
Secretin y-T..T. Lowe.
Vttniney General-C A. GAt.iin.AtTi!.
V H. Marshal K. 1). Nix.
C hlcf Justice I'n vxk l.u.r..
Associate .IusiIi-oHi-niiy W- Scott.
Ono month, doll vorud In city t W
Ono month by mall "
Three months '
Six months JJj
Six month? 50
One year i
ItAILOUAI) TIMB. TAUX.1:.
No. 400, Chlchago Express.... fi:40 a.m.
No. 40S. M Oliver Express... 3;20 p. m.
N'o.422, Wny Freight 11:11 p.m.
No. 403, Texas Express 11:10p.m.
No. 407, Oklabomn Express.... 1:0. p.m.
No. 423. Way FrelRht 1:03 a. m.
FaenKcrs should procure tickets be
fore getting on the train
Tho Leader Bindery Is ono of
tho bost Institutions of tho
kind In tho West and Is dally
turning out largo quantities of
work. Send In your orders for
binding and blank books and
thoy will bo promptly at
Tiik physical endurance test was a
failure and tho Wilson bill Is practi
cally a dead letter.
Two I vnvtnits iu Indiana fell out
over politics and had u duel with
hi vthes One was harvested.
Sk.vaioii Ai.i.kn wears the champion
long distance belt for talk. His wind
is g id aud his povcrs of endurance
Tiik special session of congress will
doubtless merge into the regular.
This Democratic congress mean" at
least to earn its salary.
Wiimt a member of congress calls
another a l'ar and apologizes tho next
lay it goes. Thero was a time when
111 member who called another a
liar was not able to upolcglze tho
A nil licit at Fostoiio, Ohio lias de
cided to purchnse -100 little wine
glasses, that each communicant may
receive the wiifo out of a glass no
other person had used in order to
'I'm Times-.Iournul publishes tho
complaint of Mr. M. IC. Krausnick, al
leging that John llrogan has alien
ated his wife's alTeetlons and made
her forget her duty some $1,(100 worth.
Mr llrogan is n prominent capitalist
of Oklahoma City and Terry, now can
didate for mayor of tho latter place.
SrituiN show which wny the wind
Mows. Albert II I'illsbury, the Ho-
publican nominee fo.- governor of
Massachusetts, has withdrawn. There
is a luminous ray of good sense in
l'illsbury's action. It 'snot a pleas
ant operation to stand up simply for
the purpose of having your jacket
I iste 1.
Ji DDK I.iniihax entered last Satur
day upon thu duties oh register of the
I ulted States laud olllco at Guthrie
He is already showing his fltness fo.
the position. lie Is thoroughly Jjual
IIImI, cinrtcons in his manner and can
not fail to become popular with all
whom he comes In contact In business
Of the olllce. Kingfisher Times.
Tin ( hlcngo Tribune, which is a
Republican paper in good standing,
contains the following statumeut In
regard to pensions: There are men on
the penslou rolls receiving SI-a month
who never fired u shot, who never did
nnythi.gto injure the enemy, who
iiever saw a Confederate soldier and
whose health to-day is just as good as
it would have been had ihey never
been mustered into service. It is an
outrage on the tax payers that such
things should be.
Tm: Ln.uiiiit is recognized as the
best av?rtlstng medium in the city
and territory. It roaches all sections.
Into every county, every town and
village, aud almost a very postofllee In
Oklahoma go copies of the Dully and
Weekly I. kadi; n It bus a consider
able listof subscribers in the adjoining
and Eastern states. In uews, enter
prise and circulation it is second to
nine, nnd has built itself into what it
said on the outset It proposed to be
come -TJIK I.KADINO NKWSI'AI'KH IN
Om ahoma. Our merchants, iecog
nlzlng this fact, have loaded it to the
gunwales witli advertising, uml their
returns have been and aro correspond
JUSTICE WHILE YOU WAIT.
The work of dudgo Scott, as printed
In yesterday morning's I.kaoku, has
been the topic of generul conversation
upon our streets. It is cortulnly phe
nomenal and, but for Chief Justice
Dale b short term In that dl&trie, un
precedented. For the first time in
over four years the lawyers of Norman
aro Uncling soraethiny to do. They
have a Judge who does business. In
nine duvs and a half he disposed of 131
cases, e'eariog the docket of all but
eleven, Ue broke the record of the
Woit by hearing Ave jury trials In one
viSfU01 is yaS. ambitious,
h lino lawyer and hU capacity for
work seems Inexhaustible. He was In
the city yesterday. Ho nliovvs no sign
of hard work or of having undergone
anything like n straln;on the contrary,
ho Is fresh and bright as a dollar just
minted. HU work will remain a mon
uinent to his own Industry. He en
tered a district where dockets were
congested and inolderlng briefs al
most "too highly heaped for truth to
overpcer." Ho has already sent day
i ght shlminorlngthrough them. If he
Keeps the llok up In four months there
will not be a case in the court of the
Third judicial district
In the meantime the lawyers wear
bnuidclolh and smoke daliiious 1 1 :i
iranus, while litlgunts know whether
they are afoot or on horseback.
THE 0A8E OF TERBILL.
ho decision of the Kansas supreme
court releasing Terrill on n writ of
habeas corpus Is causing considerable
trouble In the Kansas courts. The de
cision raised tho point that In the ab
sense of the judge and wjthjut stui
utory authority, tho dark cannot con
tinue a term of court- Judgo John
son's court of the 1'ourteentli judielul
district had been sitting two weeks
upon a term continued by authority of
the clerk when tho decision xxns
handed down. He Immediately de
clared all liis findings Inyalld and
started out to begin all over again.
It will cause endless dlllicitlty In our
own court Lawyers ore busy now
searching tho records In this district.
Cases that have been tried and con
sidered long slnco settled will bo re
opened, and no small amount of liti
gation will follow. Every net of any
Oklahoma court held nt such a term is
Invalid. Thus lawsuits upon lawsuits
will arise, but thu Justice ought to be
of a very good ipinllty, since It will
cost enough till wo got It.
Kvcrytlilng must go. Auction wll'
continue until .stock is closed ouL E
T. l'utlon & Co.
FAIR EXCURSIONISTS KILLED
A llruilljr l.oiulcil IUIIurajr Trulil
Wriickciil ami Seventeen I.ltet I.oit.
Jackko.v, Mich., Oct. 14. As a direct
result of thu policy of the railroads of
the country In refusing low rates lo
the world's fair at an curly period,
thus forcing tho peoplo to go there in
a mass, tho lives wero crushed out of
seventeen passengers in nil instant at
tho depot Iinro yesterday morning and
probably tlfty-two persons were
maimed, many of whom wiI cither
succumb to their Injuries' or bo crip
pled for life.
The Oswego speclul on the Michi
gan Central railroad was made up
Into two sections because of tho de
maud of intending world's fair visit
ors for room, hundreds who might
have gouii months ago haying delayed
until tills ttmo in tliu liopo of securing
better excursion rates than had been
offered heretofore. The two sections
wero running only a few minutes
Tho first section of tho special was
lying on tho main track just east of
the depot here at 9:10 o'clock and tho
passengers wero either crowdeil Into
the Mining car or still asleep when the
second section dashed up from behind.
The next moment the cn,'ine of tho
second section crushed with aiyf'll
forco Into tho rear of tho first sect on,
and before It stopped two ears had
been completely destroyed and fully
soventy peoplu In Ilium either kille'd
As soon as possible the work of relief
began. In twenty minutes sl dead
bodies, all horribly maiigluil, had
been taken from the debris, and tho
work was only begun When the
wreck had been cleared away it was
fopud that seventen bodies required
only burial and thnt fifty-two people
were In iuod of surgical attention.
Engineer Whaliin qf the second sec
tion, who was badly burned and one
of whoso legs was broken, said: "J
saw thu signal In tho yard to keop
back and had my engine in luud, us 1
thought, but when 1 camu down near
the train which was still, my uir brake
would not work, and 1 ran Into the
coaches. The failure of the air brake
made it Impossible tj sto . 1 never
hud such an experience before."
Forty-live thousaun dollar
sale. Ii T. I'atton .t Co.
a ue I Ion
KIDNAPPINQ AT TOPEKA.
A uuiik Hoy llulilljr Currtrit
Tlilurea Slitku it I nliile II mil.
Tni'Kht, Kan., Oct 11.-Freddie
Marklmm, the 12-year-old son of I.
Murkham, a blacksmith living iu thu
suburb-,, wus stolon last evening by a
man passing in a wagon Tim boy's
brother pursued the kidnapper as fur
as Silver bake, but failed to overtake
him Sheriff Wilkerson and others
are In pursuit.
Fifteen tramps planned to rob"
Clements .t Cliuft'ee's store, but one of
their number Informed the police and
seven were arrested.
Early this morning unknown per
sons drove up to Mrs. Henry Isbell's,
on Topeka avenue, and carried away
two wagon loads of household goods
from the front rooms without disturb
ing tho family In the rear rooms.
See Patton's ud.
jrrer .lohll.tjil' Murilrrxr Sitek.ii
Irnn 1'rnui I'rltuu.
Oi.athk, Kan., Oct 11. A W. Lit
tle, whose murder oasa wus brought
here from Kansas City, Ivan., on a
change of venue, was granted nn np
plication for a writ of habeas corpus
by Judge llurrls last night aud the
huaring was set for next Wednesday.
Forty-seven ubpomus wero Issued
this morning for witnos-.es it: different
parts of tho state.
County Attorney Soott and F. It.
Ogg have boon retained by tho state
and ex-Judge lliudmun by the de
fense. The hearing of the application
for hubcas corpus will tuko several
l'rre L'tilnvj; ur Nothing.
IlKM'tilt- Col., Oct. H Leudlng sil
ver mine owners and citiens 'refused
to-day to discuss the Harris amend
ment as a com: romiso to the present
silver cmcstlon. They represented
that thoy wore not j et "fully informed
on the new proposition Thev all.
however, were dUrosed to indicate
that they favored free coinage or
nothmy and wero opposed to any bill
or amendment which preven ed the
purchase of silver bv the government
lor irom sixteen to elghtecu months.
Overcooti at Fit ten's.
- ana tn-sn pysvem ...., . - .
WHERE IS S, WILLIAMS?
HIS WIKE WANTS SOME INFOR
MATION. i'rnnk MclinUon't lUlntltns May I)rlre
lliionlrtlec About Men "Who Went
to the Strip nnil Nvrr
The following letter was received in
tins city yesterday. It regards Sam
Williams, who Is among the missing.
The letter was written 'Mrs 0'eJ"
Will inns and Is self explanatory:
I'LAitfriKM), Mo., Oct 10. Dbah Sin.
One Sam Williams, who Is alout SS years
old and weighs about 133 pounds, Is about
llvo feet six Inches high, dark complex
loncd, has diooplng eyelids from sotc
eyes, lias cud cut oil of second linger on
left hand; had on blue suit with straw
hat, sailor style, when he left; lived In
Guthrie two J ears ago, In the bottom
south of town neat Colonel Wither',
dealt with Hopkins Uros. When last
seen lie was at the booth near Arkansas
City, about 12 o'clock on the night of the
15th of September. He was aiming to run
for a claim,
Anyone knowing miyihing of his
whereabout, cither dead or alive, will be
well rewarded by addressing C. O. Hrad
ford or Mrs. Oloy Williams, flalnficld,
Mo. Williams was well acquainted in
Guthrie, Mn?. Oi.ev Wh,Mamh.
do ins nr.i.ATJVng iiksipe iinitu?
A man named Frnnk Nicholson was
killed by a promaturo blast while dig
ging a well on a claim south of Okla
homa City last Tuesday. He was a
slnglo man and went to thu utrip from
Stalford county, Kansas. It is said
Nicholson's relatives reside In Uutlirle.
If this is tlm enso they should placo
themselves In communication with
Mrs. It. I!. England, Caldwell, Kan.,
regarding ills dcatli and burial.
Everything must go. Auction 'will
continue until stock is closed out E.
T. I'atton &. Co.
THE SOUTHERN STORM.
IMrf qrp llotrn nml no I'artlcuUri urn
Nashvim.k, Tonn., Oct 1. dis
patch received from Atlanta, says:
Tho wires are ull down bey on 1 Jack
sonville, Fla. Tho greatest forco of
tho storm was felt on tho coast near
Charleston Is two feet underwater
from Untie streot. 'l'h ian)ago to tho
Charleston water front cannot bo
estimated yet. It was crowded with
cotton. Nothing lias been heard from
islands on the Carolina coast.
All wires into Charleston are down.
Tho storm did little damage in Sa
vannah. Tho lowav part of the city Is
covered with water.
Savannah, (la , Oct, It -The heavy
blow that threatened .Savannah was
iltnfi It w tiul
fugged out when it arrived. The I
maximum velocity of tho wind from I
llvo minute records was forty-two '
miles an hour. The storm center
passed hero between 3 and 4 o'clock,
wuijfjiH any ciamnge. X reports
..wiw uii i-i.-i.iii, I-,, ,1V,. nun, mi3
coast, out u is not believed that there
is any serious loss.
Washouts nro numerous and the
losses to the companies very heavy.
No train has arrived hero from St.
Augustine and tho Indt.wi river coun
try for tho past forty-eight hours, and
no tidings of the trains can ba re
Jfpports from New .Smyrna state
tho storm plavod havoc wltl that
place, houses being blown uway and
other damage being done.
Muyport, a town nt tho mouth of
the M. Johns river, c.une near being
washed away. The sea was higher
and angrier than over known before,
and eight housci on tho beach were
GIVEN FIFTY LASHES.
Terrltury Train pi (llvcu Severe I'liiiU'a
nu'iit by ul ru.lcl llrlil;emn.
McAi.ksthii, Ind Ter, OcL 11. At
Fort (iib-ion yesterday, some bridge
H)ei) wero side tracked In a brldgo car.
After tholr diiy's. work was over they
locked up tlelc car uipl wurt up town.
()n their return they found the car
door broken opjn and several watches
and other propert missing. Suppos
ing the th.eve.s to be tramps, the boys
started In pursuit on a hand-car, over
tulflnu two tramps u few miles from
town. The missing articles wer all
recovered and a novel punishment was i
Inllicted. Tho boys cut u lot of hick
ory switches and the stalwart foreman
administered to each culprit fifty
lushes on the bare back and then gave
them an opportunity to get away.
Thev made railroad t inu getting out
Forly-fivo thousand dollar auction
sale E. T. I'atton A. Co.
.Not lt-.ionllnc I'rrrl-.
Toi'Lh K, Kun., Out I. -The cfTorts
of tho A. O. T. V. lodges of Kansas
to collect funds lor the purchase of
it for destitute 'members of
in Western Kansas have re-
seen xv hca
iiib orui'r in western Kansas have re-
""" " " iuiui cunirioniion uii in i
this time of only Sl,0'J, which Is luss
than otic-fourth of tho amount do
sired. Mulmr anil O'llrlrn Are Matrlicd.
Mt. Paul, Minn, Oct. H. Shadow
Muber and Ulolf O'Hrlen yesterday
signed to tight to a finish 'tho first
week iu December, before the ltostou
Crib athletic club, for a ourse of SS.500,
the winner to take ull. They will
tight at 1-15 pounds.
l'vervthing must go. Auction will
continue until stock Is closed out. V..
T. I'atton .t Co.
lllitiuetl Him llrdki-iiiail.
Michigan Cirv, InJ., Out H. Cor
oner Colo yesterday tendered a verdict
on the Kingsbury disaster. From tho
evidence hud llrakemun Herbert
Thompson Is wholly responsible nnd
the coroner roctwumemW that he be
held to the gh id jury. Thompson
has thus fur eluded the olllcors aud his
whereabouts is unknown.
Orplum' Hums lliiriinl.
Madison, Wis., Oct H At a o'clock
yesterday mornlmr tire broke out in
the Xorvvcgiun orphans' home. The
lmii.it,: ivi'm nil rionnv.ul .vltlimft
, ......w. ;
casuauy, aiiuougn soaimiy ciotlieii,
Lois. St, 000, Insit.'ed. Fireman
James Ledwith fell f'om a ladder aud I
received dangoious 'njuries.
'rath nf h 1'romliiuiit l.awcr.
CAItno!LT"N Mo, Oct U V S
Tlmmous, a primiucnt laxvyer, died
here yesterday at 12 o'clock
- " J, "!::"; 1 t-t
DON'T THROW YOOR MONEY AWAY
, HUT srrsNp IT WITH
Drug, Book and New Depot,
We expect to occupy that large,
about November j, and in order to reduce our Wall 5'aper and I'jint
stock will make special prices on these goods during the remainder of
this month that will surprise ou. We keep the forgot stock of school
books and school supplies in the citv. Fine Perfumes and Toilet goods
F. Bi Lilli
Don't no Mrnlt.it.
Muny n good hem of news is lost to
the newspaper by the modesty of tho
pcoplo who hesitate to toll a reporter
of matters concerning themselves.
Not that they do not want It to ap
pear In print, but they are utruid they
would be pushing themselves for
ward. That Is wrong. From a reporto
rial standpoint the man who will stop
a nowsspapcr teportoron the street and
Inform him that he has been to Chi
cago, that he is going to get married,
or that his wife entertained fi lends
from a dlstauco, Is thu dearest man on
earth. May his life- Increase through
out tho world.
See Patton's ad.
Ladles calling this week at Mrs.
X. P. Sage'rs hair and toilet bazaar,
over Mrs. Saunders' millinery store,
will bo given samples f Ma-iam (ra
hnm's complexion beaullller, cucum
ber and cider llow'ur tream. lo-if,
Waxthii Four day boarders at 1 It!
Vilas n veil ue. '70-Ot
Attend tho races at Oklahoma City.
Octobor 30th, !!Tth and USth. 9B2U
i iji ( - . ..
Everything must go. Auction will
continue until stock is closed out. E.
T. I'atton JL Co.
Taken from the wny car nt Guthrie
on Ojtober 14, ISM, at about the hour
of !.'!i) p. i. i Ono bin k cloth over
coat; also n small blauk sealskin
gripsack, containing valuable papers
to myself, but of no value to any one
else. A liberal reward will bo paid
for the recovery of the property, es
pecially of the gripsack and contonts
and no questions will bo asked. Said
', tln ,inXU, i' ,..
property may no lott Willi tiio eiiltor
Si 113 K. It. IIl'IWON
Guthrie, Oct. II, lblKI.
Forty-five thousand dollar auction
sale. Ii T. I'atton fc Co.
, a ladv would like position ns ns-
ant bookkeeper or otljcc w,'orl; of
10 kind, lloferenccs tho bust Ad'
dross Position, euro Lkaiihii.
HI olr ii IIIk Itnll.
A negro stole S"00 at Edmond last
night, lie is described as a small fol
low, wears a black suit and dark hut
and has a small mustache, lie is sup
posed to hayo gone South.
Lillle .t Co will occupy the new
room In tho Victor block about No
vember 1, with new fixtures and new
stock. They will continue the busi
ness at the old stand.
Forty-fivo thousand dollar auction
sale. E, T. I'atton .t Co,
.1 1. r.lil I.Wt or riiir-H Wln-re tin- Di-miit
ortlipCIt) Will oihlTo-l)ii).
Corner Ilio.id tunl Noble. Sumla)
school 11111:1.5 a. in.; nioriiliiK erlce at
II a. m.: evening s -nice at ":VM p. m.
Ever) one lu lied.
FIIIST 1IKTI0)ST ('IH'Iifll.
Corner Noble aud III oad. Hev. Joel F.
Smith, ii.i-.ttir. l'rcnchliiKiit II a. m. ami
7:.' p. in.: clus- meelliiK at elo.e of
iiioiulug -M'uice. Snhlmth school at Kin.
m.; praxer meetliiK Thui-dux i-xenliig:
Epxorth league Tui-day exenlnif.
. .xi. c. .
llooiiis oxer Tom .xi Illrxt'lil' i,.ic on
Jlunl-ou avenue. Young men's goMl
meeting nt 4 p. in. conducted bj Mr.
I.aveit.x. Meeting for men ami Imij.
only. Sen Ices III begin piompih t i
ro.SllltKO XIIONAI Clll'ltCII.
Ilroad -treet Im'Ihc'M OUIahoma and
Clexelaud. Kex. Ilosxxurth. p'ittir. .Morn
ing service II a. in.: Siiinlux school Ii in.:
ChrNtlan Endeavor (1:30.
vi. i:. i-iit'iicil, Mil in.
Coiner VlliiMind IIiihiiI. Kev. W. Wim
heily, imstiir. I'leaehliuf ul II a. m. Snu
ihi) school ill "MA ii. in.; xoiiiiimipoihVs
"X nK to-day a, I. a.
aiid7:."Wp. m. if vou enjoy kihhI mui
aiid7:."Wp. m. If vou enj
or good music
M, U. oliuivh
uu i in nuouu nn
fne. All wclioiiu
Corner Cleveland avenue kimI Vine.
Itev. K. I". Itogos. iHistor. I'reaelilnir
at II a. in.-. Suudu) scliool at lou. in : V
I'. S. C. K. at 0:1...
Corner Noble nml Vhi". Uov. Iluilin
Kiuuc, pustor. I'lvaelilMtHi 11 u. in. sad
p. in.; Sundui el,oul si i;3.' u. ni.;
joung K'oile' meitiugat 7. Mrsnsiis
sT VI VIlV's I'ltO-r.VTIlKIIII VI .
Corner Winner avenue and lilin stiv-i.
itev. 1 ell lMirsM (). S. II., pastor.
Hrt minis at T a. in.; high mass mid ,i
mou ut 10 oVlH-k; caw-cliism class m 3
p. m.: rossrv. M-runtii and u.i..iii..,i....
of ' Hie blessed sacra in ill a i T:3u ,. n,
All aro cordially luvlt.st. '
WKsr SIIIK (XlXtiRKOATInNAI..
lEeKulur muvIciw Isulli morning sud
oxeniuK to-ihix. Sahtti, Mliuul ut -j-iti
IV ,,". V- F. I.x.rty. superhiu-mleiu. u,.
J, xx. .UcoliA vv 111 ii each uuinijiiir nml
oveiilmr All sic- lux tn-tl to ih,--,. M.t , rt ,
1I.VI1.NKm' l-iiaI'KI .
Went side. Fn-acliUig tbi mofums at
11 u. m. ami at 7:30 u'clock by Hit- pastor
I'utjer iiiiM-ilug every W'isIiumIux (vui
Ing at 7:30.
Corner Division street and Noble .,
'reaching ut 11 a. 111. uml 7:3o m, hv
Judge John Foster of IhU ell). Mi.in.mj
Mimi - ci, i iii-uuii i mi milium) ; t-t
suoject, uur nannoii.' 'Louie out .u
hear him. Sunday school at 'JM.Vs u
amlt hrlstliui hndeiivor ut 0:30 p m. .i!
Mr Daley, near Chootaw Cit.x, has a
field of cotton that will average a
ta to the acre It Is upland but
th p'ants ure so full of lo s that t'i,
field Is a solid white mass. '1 bat beat-'
the arerstfe field in the south three ti
P,!. "hers. I.
B I '
LJLaLaIR & oo.
elegant room in the new Victor block I
CAPITOL HILL LOTS,
CAPT. TAYLOR IN THE ROLE OF
So-ntj.l!no I.ot nro Siilil, Ilrlnln';
SI, II l.yr.-niilcllnc l.lwlynnrt Splr
ttcil Snle tu lin Continued.
Pursuant lo an order from the sec
retary of the interior, tho townsite
trustees yesterday inaugurated the
sale of unclaimed lots situated in
what is known as Capital Hill nutl
West Outhrie townsitcs.
Thu snle began at 10 o'clock and was
held In front of the Victor building ou
Harrison avenue. The crowd of in
tending purchasers and spejtators xvas
large and tho --ale spirited nnd lively.
Captain Taylor otlL-intcd as crier
and did hti xvork in groat shape. Ills
deep, stentorian tones echoed nnd re
echoed for blocks around ns ho lauded
the qualities- of his goods, and his
"Going, going, gone'," put to filinino
tho ho,rso auctioneer on the opposite
hie of thostreit, who was endeavor
ing to get rid of n scraggy heifer -for
Tho side continued for three hours,
and during that time seventy-one lots
wero sold, from which SI, tl '.'." wus
rcali.ed. The hlhat bid on one lot
wasSI'JO, made by A. M. basvvell. The
lowest bill was SU.."0.
The sale will be continued next
Wednesday morning nt 10 o'clock,
when all the lots xv 11 bo sold.
As stated, tho bidding was fust and
spirited and, judging from theprl.es
at which the lots were bought, a
bright outlook is predicted for West
Odd pauts at l'atton's. j
OUNCILMAN FILSON RESIGNS'
nil K. ,?. vXlllmr i:ii-itnl to UN Scat.
C'tiinu'll I'ron tltiiSH
Tho city council met iu adjourned
session lust night, with Mayor McKl
Hinney m the chair, nnd the followintr !
couucllmcn prosent: Ileakuy, I,ynds,
Taylor, lllnss, Ivnylor, Tilson nnd I
Richmond of tho Fifth.
The public im.provQinont committee
was Instructed to con ti act for a bridge
on Fifth truel.
Tho wntor committee reported spe
cial rates given to several parties. A
now lloor was ordered to be placed on
brldgo on Wost Noble avenue.
All cros-dugs wero ordered to be re
paired when needed.
A stone cross walk was ordered on
ono of tho ciosslngs ou Oklahoma av
enue; this to be done a? a
C. II. Fllson tendered his resignation
ns (.ouucilmnn from the Second wuril,
which was accepted. Iv ,1. Wilbur was
elected to till his unexpired term.
Firtv-ilve thousand dollar
sule. !: T. I'atton .v Co.
A TEXAS JURY.
IIiik 1'iiiiiul Ciiiivtrtliiiiii In liwrv (!ns-
Sllljllllltl'il to It,
For the present tho criminal docket
In tho district court lias been laid
iishlo and civil business will bo taken '
The petit jury xvhlch has been on
duVy in court for several xvoeks past is '
a good, stable ono. The jurors are '
I. !..!.. I. ....Ill . , . I
""Bi. iiiivoijuiii men, nun try a
ease iqrull H i xvortli. Tho work of
the Jury Is commented on from the
fact that ll has found convictions in
every enso tackled save one, when a
speelnl venire was asked for. The
jury Is "Texin" In Its tendencies and
does not believe in turning guilty mon
Iffi'mlunt VV1111 t f 1 'a sr.
Justice Morgun tried tho enso of
school district No- a vs. Jerome lllalr
ystewluy. Tho defendant was sued
for iUi subscription to the school,
which lllulr hud refused to pay on ue
eouutofthe school building having
been erected ut a place not stipulated
In his contracts. He won the cisonnd
each parly to the suit paid the costs.
Odd pants at Fulton's.
Sotuitrs Cutting Scared.
It is said that scores of sooucrs are
deserting their claims and leaving tho '
Fresh Concord grope SO tents u has
Uet, cranberries, 10 contfi a quurt; Cul- ,
iforuia honey, two pounds for !i I
ecats. All kinds of fancy crackers
ju&l received at lid Lyons.
'I he orthsido of I'ottawatomic
county are bringing tho owners good '
returns this year. Tho applo crop
wus good utid Is biinging a big price
l 50 per bushel '
Tr.. lnniss-.loi.rnul says an immense
' nt -f xvheut is being marketed in
nu tity at present, notwith
'. n ling the eMrcmo low price, only
ti nits J
v aiitv I'er'y ,s rcgardod by the
r ijUiuh ma tixvns as a kd but
t' xoungglan In sts that tt has
e,it an erstundlag to tuko on
It is tne healthiest and finest drink jou can drink yourself
or oltcr jour friend It is preferable to strong drinks and
people in general prefer it to wine. ANHEUSER-BUSCH
motto In brewing beer is
NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD.
He sure and inquire for
Anheuser-Busch Bottled Beer,
Before leaving for the Strip, since the water may be scarce and that
which )ou get may not suit ?ur palate, and also
endanger )oi.r hialth.
m -BE FOUND AT ALL FIRST-GLASS SALOONS.
Delightful Rooms in Connection.
Corner Second St. and Oklahoma Avenue.
Gr.o. A. Mi:tcai.f, President.
Capital National BanK,
Capital fully paid,
A. M. MeELHINNE
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE,
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- -i - J. J.
J. W. DALLY, Proprietor.
NEWLY FURNISHED AND
301 First Street, Corner Vilbs,
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Lath and Shingles.
We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bills. Give us a call.
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oioraiioit or miur n the most (1elic.nl
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Tae Skookum Root Hair Grower Co.
. .-1 -...inn 1 1 1 til Ao.. Nw V -rk
ESTABLISHED APRIL 22, 1889
115 Oklahoma Ave.
All orders for baggage on outgo.ng,
trains snouiu oe left one
hour before the tram
' v. Urn
M. L. Tt'iixKit, Uashler.
HOTEL IN THE GITY.
T. L. ROBINSON,
House, Sign and Carriage
IMiinates l;nri;lshed on Apiillcatloii.
115 North becoud Mre'-t.
OunorncttaoppotiTcU B Pt.TtnrOrrct
and we cn secure 1 atcnt 111 ui i,mi ih.iT ,hn..
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icmote from xVanhinc on.
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' enJ .model, draw.uC cr photo., with descrlp.
Jtlon. e advise, If , aten-able or not. free of J
jenarce. Ourfeenot uue t.,lraientlitured. i
J A Pmphlct, "UowtoOhiaia l'atemi .'' with?
cost of wuie fri the U.S.ad foeiBO wuntrlei ?
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