The Tecumseh Leader. (Tecumseh, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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D. D. FLAPP,
Drills and Pimdrier,
t$r Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
south of Sunlit East Corner .Square.
Broadway, three doors
At tlicir Store Corner of Broadway and
Park Streets, haudle a full line of
Ivvaro Tinware Dry Goods Notions
Groceries and queensware.
^Soods delivered KKEE to any pari of the city. Tecumseh, Ckln.
GOOD L JCK
^Slcstaurajst aufi €«3i. ection.ei!y.
FRESH OYSTERS AND SUMMER DRINKS IN SEASON.
'VEUUMSKII, - OKLAHOMA.
The Tecumseh Lep. le
N. S. MOUNTS, Publisher,
I'L'ULISUICI) KVEBY FRIDAY,
One Year ,
Six Months .
Ico Creatn at Oallaghers,
For best bread anH pics in town, go
to Mrs. R. F. (ioimjs.
Preaching at the court house next
Sunday niglit by KUl. J. II. Allen.
The new mill building is rapidly
hearing completion. It is an impos-jtibn in said county-
structure Ministers I
—rt r-w ',-r—"
A CII XENUIi.
The People's ] ■ tv of Pottawatomie
county hereby challenge either of the
old parties of said county to Jointly
discuss tho political )*■ lies of the day
at such times and places as may here-
after be agreed upon.
To the Christian brethren of Potta-
$1,00 watomie county, Greeting:
.SO We wish to call a Ministers and El-
2,rj tors meeting to meet at Tecumseh on
he lirst Saturday iti June '94, for the
purpose of putting a Christian Evan-
gelist to operate in the county for a
jeriod of one year. Said Evangelist
o be supported by the Brotherhood of
this county. The Christian brethren
n Tecumseh arc requested to make
necessary arrangements for said meet-
ing. Also we would like to have del-
egates from every Christian congrega-
lieber Sl ziegler,
'Groceries & Furnishing Goods,
More Goods for the almighty dollar than at
any other house in Tecumseh. Call and see
us before purchasing etseWhorC.
Hvoadwav, South of Hardware store,
i VnkX^ii'' «w*waMmoeee*
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
<.Jti celts waro, Flour and Feed, Uent'a Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes— Book Soret a Specialty.
South Side Square Tecumseh. Okla.
K. "f, Goings,
GO TO T1IE
Washington Street, Opposite 0. Iv. Livery Barn,
Vfeids fit all hours during day time. Board and Lodging
1>Y the day 6r week. Mrs. R. F. Goings, Proprietress.
f/eadquarters for fyctylhing in the Line of
Spct'irt? Inducements in the Jug and '/Jollie business.
Opposite 'OTiit't riottse, o o- o- Tecumseh, Oklahoma Ter.
Will be paid for the detection of any
"deceit found in this advertisement
BY W, L. MelPJ&fc.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing, S
■Boots, Shoes, and Groceries.
M BuStfit lim,-
A Til UN DKKTJOt/r from the clouds of hard
'lOTT^M ()I Tof PttlCES.
•To1! m toy isoro pii for that dollar than st any other piano ia
times KNOCKED the
Tecumseh is to havo a new legal
firm, Winn & Adams. They will occu-
py the present quarters of the Leader.
AV. A. Buggies went to Guthrie to
vttend A. O. U. W. Grand Lodge In
the capacity of delegate from the sub
ordinate lodge at this place.
The Chicago Express, one of the
spiciest and best reform papers pub-
lished, and the TicotlMSF.it Leader to
any address, one year, for if 1,25.
E. G. Phelps keeps wall paper and
building paper for sale, two door
east of Morelaud llall, north side ol
square. Your patronage solicited.
Our genial police judge, G. C. Story,
male glfid tile heart of the printer the
front end of the week by tossing him
acart wheel to apply on subscription.
New buildings are under construc-
tion in all parts of the city and the
' nusie of hanimcv and saw greets the
car from early morn till close of day.
The opinion prevails that Patterson
and Collins are members of ati organ-
ized gang of horse thieves with head-
quarters not a thousand miles from
Ladies wishing anything iu the mil-
linery line should call on Mrs, lien fro.
Also anything in dress making will be
done in first class style. Four doors
south of Post Olflce.
Within the past week seven new
residences and two new business
houses have been started m Tecumseh
making, in all, no less than t* euty iu
cource of construction.
A People's party club was organ-
ized at Umdn sehoolhouse, May I7.
Mr. Wooteu was elected chairman and
.1. l'. Bccson secretary. Club me"'-
every Tuesday evening.
Mrs. C. M. Pliipps has just opened
up a nice line of millinery goods, op-
posite the po-t otliee, and invites the
ladies to call and inspect her stock be-
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Next Saturday the Leahpii will
move into the Phelps building on West
Main street, formerly occupied by the
Republican. Old and new friends are
invited to call and see us in our new
Charlie Patterson and Oscar Collins
have pled guilty to the charge of steal-
ing horses and are, in jail awaiting
sentence which will be passed at an
adjourned session 0' court, convening
Ike Renfro and a colored fellow by
the name of Berry settled a little diffi-
culty Monday A-la Sullivan style.
Berry was judged but late in the even-
'ng escaped and spent the night in the
suburbs of the city,
in school district No.41, or May 22,
a People's party club was organized
with 11 membership of 16. L, A.
I hitchcock was elected chairman and
G. O. Brown secreta.iy. G. J. Pine de-
livered the opening address.
A Foople's party club was organiz-
ed at Forest Hill sehoolhouse Friday
evening, May 18, with a membership
of 12. J. AV. Saxon chairman, G. W.
Stark, secretary; C. Purdin, treasurer.
Club meets every Friday evening.
A meeting will be held in the neigh-
borhood of Pink postoffiec, fifteen
miles west of Tecumseh, Saturday,
June 9, at 7:8o p. 111. for the purpose
of organizing a People's party club.
J. E. Doom, of Keokuk Falls, will ad-
dress the meeting.
Three of the horse thieves Captured
some time ago, by citizens of Shawnee
ailed to put 111 an appearance and
j their bonds Were declared forfeited.
The bonds are said to be worthless,
There is entirely too much laxity 111
dealing with the light fingered gentry.
G. J. Pine organized a People's parr
ty club at New Hope scliool housej
district 41, Saturday, May 19. Drury
Knox was elected chairman and J. W.
Cunningham secretary. Club meets
Saturday evening preceding the "ml
and 4th Sundays of each month.'
1). C- Young, who a few d;\< " ;>go
sold his claim, south of town, io Mi -
Nichols, was under indictment at
Gulhri' for adultery with Mrs. C. W,
Smith. Young jumped his bond and
left tlio territory. When last heard of
he win? in Indianapolis and an effort
will be made to appichond him. The
W, A. Duncan,
I II. E. Glenn.
The People's Party Township Com-
mittee of municipal township No. 4, is
hereby called to meet 011 the lirst Sat-
urday in June, at one o'clock p. ui„ at
Friendship school house, on Sec. 12,
township 7, range 3. The chairman
of each club in the municipal town-
ship is a member of (he committee
and are requested to bo at the meeting.
G. J. Pine,
Chairman. Township Committee.
A gentleman who lives in a distant
part of the county was in town Tues-
day and having some business to trans-
act with 11 county official, Went to the
place where said official is supposed to
transact business, but cniptv was the
chair, Mr. Official was gone—to a
J. F. Faulk of Eason was in town
the first of the week, He reported his !
neighborhood in a state of frenzied
indication over an assault upon an
inoffensive citizen by a deputy sheriff
and str 11^ talk of administering pun-
ishment to the brutal official without
resorting to the courts.
Constable Doyle, residing south of
town reports his neighborhood in a
feverish state of excitement over the
ippearar.ee of four heavily armed
strangers at church last Sunday even-
ing. The prevailing opinion in the
neighborhood is that they were mem-
bers of the Dalton gang.
The city schools closed Thursday
with a bare knuckle contest between
oneof the teachers and a pupil. Goose-
berry rules governed and admission
was free. II, resulted in a draw.
It is reported that the contest was the
result of a dispute over the magnifi-
cent sum of seventy-five Cents.
Strayed—From Mrs. Davis' place,
near Keokuk Falls. One horse, blue
iron gray, 3 years old, 110 brands, 141
hands high, main lies both ways. A
reward of $5.00 will be paid for infor-
mation leading to his recovery,
Address. James Fletcher,
Keokuk Falls, Okla. Ter.
Dr. McOon went up to King's Store
last Saturday to address the meeting
previously arranged for that place,
but could find 110 audience to address.
The people of the vicinity had turned
out 011 a couple of dates previous and
were disappointed by the speaker fail-
ing to put in an appearance. Being
busy with their crops and fearing an-
other disappointment, they remained
at homo last Saturday.
The city schools closed this week,
with a grand display of the pupils',
work. About 50 premiums wero
awarded among the different depart-
ments. One room was filled with a
display of examination papers and
map drawings. Another was dovot-
ed to historical relics, plants, insects;
rocks and curiosities. The school is
provided with valuable aparafus for
scientific illustrations which made a
creditable display with the experi-
ments and works of the philosophy;
physiology, and chemistry classes..
Each of tlieso departments would
entertain the clone observer for hours
and give a newspaper themes suffici-
ent to till every column. The pupils
111 these closing exercises, havo shown
remarkable interest and splendid abil-
ity in the knowledge gained under
their efficient teachers. Tecumseh is
prouder of and more zealous in Hip
school work than ever. The faithful
and careful work on tlio part of all the
teachers is appreciated by the parents
and their reward is the satisfaction
to know that—it is well.
Dennis Flynn took occasion to re-
mark to the colored men in his audit
ence that, they wanted to hewareofthe
Populists who were trying to coax
them away from the Republican party,
lie desired to inform them that every
Populist member of congress voted
to repeal the federal election bill. He
did not tell them that that same feder-
al election bill had been on the statute
books for nearly twenty-five years and
that not in one single instance had (he
Republicans during that time had flic
courage to cnforce its provisions, lie
did not toll them that during the first
twelve months of Benjamin Harri-
son - administration two United States
Marshals had been shot down 111 Flor-
ida ..'iitl not a single effort had been
the administration to bring
the jlfdercrs to justice; that (I111I
mi",!! ' '.a for twenty years had been a
blank oil the statute books as far as
its enforcement was concerned on the
part of the republican party; that the
Populist members of congress have
>€>t €2m,m** 'Z'at.ttK.flB ,
iWtiarfe^ !oi'Tinware, Remember the pla" K !vn thousand dollai daiiiasres for rili ■! ulL L •
Dry Goods and Groceiies■ Boots shoes
hats caj>s and clothing,
Jitst the 3Jlace to Save !Monev-
Call and see me at flic Remington building, East of Public Square,
tecumseh, o. t.
cix-T ME An- mmmm
Holmes cTc CviixilsLsoialoss-
Successors to George Young, East, side Public Square. Choir™ Ileef,
Pork, Mutton and all pallctcablo meats constantly on hand. Your patron-
Hardw®re & Furnlt tr<g
Store on the Soufh side of the Square one door west of ttiejTecuw-
selt state bank is now open for business and
Cordially Invites tlie Public to Call
And Examine Goods and Prices*
Douglass' Western Wonder!
V Internal and External Medicine ^
WILL CURE THE FOLLOWING DISEASES:
Bloody Flux nntl Dlarriiea in two clayr. He.idache and Earache In five minutes, Toothache In thro*
mlnntes, Neuralgia In five minutes, Spialns In twelve minutes, Colic and Crump In five minutes,
Khenmatlsm In one daj, Asthama anil Plies Imraedl Ue relief, Pain In Back and Side in ten minutes,
Fever and A- ue in one day, Rreaks a Chill In live minutes, Sore and Weak Fyes in one day, Asiatit
Cholera in one day. Coughs and Colds In two days, Donfness, Dyspepsia, Inflamatlon of Ihe'ti. . ieys
Liver Complaint and Palpitation of the Heart. PKiCE 50C, AND O.NE DOLLAR PKH BOTTLE-,
Satisfaction guaranteed. W. H. COOK, Agent, Burned,'('). T.
Lumber Lath Shingles Lime Sash Doors
furniture and queens ware*
COLLET & BRADY
Tecumseh Meat Market.
53r°Clioicecorn fed Beef constantly 011 hand, Pork
and game in season, and all kinds ot Poultry.
give them a calx,
o. k. wagon yard
Livery, Sale and Feed Stable*
BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY,
c. j. botkIn, Rush Botkin. Props.
Southeast Corner Public Square. 000 Tecumseh, orccv,
Iiarters for Tinware. Remember llic pla*« «
t ... I , . , ,1, t if; l.ib.-ini*1
•« for fli-i K
'■! . Sr'nl-
From Tecumseh to Noble.
Leaves Tecumseh at 5 o'clock every morning except Sunday;.
at Noble at 12 higti noon. Carries passengers and express
Stark's Blacksmith and Wagon shop
Carriages, Buggies and Hacks Repaired.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All sorts of castings welded, satisfaction
anteed. Will show special favors to my regular customers. Call
and sen me for terms and prices.
East Main Street, Near Clark's Hard1
ware, Tecumseh, Okla.
J. C. BBISTOE,
Blackpmithing and General Repair shop?
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Mounts, N. S. The Tecumseh Leader. (Tecumseh, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1894, newspaper, May 25, 1894; Tecumseh, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc177758/m1/4/: accessed December 4, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.