The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 246, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 16, 1893 Page: 3 of 4
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Is Headquarters for
A Jllg Stock of
We will not be Undersold
Call ?nd sec us.
H. L. COHEN
STOP WITH ED AND FRANK
Host 'JO ci nt nn als in tho eil v. Opn
Jay ami night li.-ds ' and 5t) cents.
MLI.IVAX .t KMEII l'rop'is.
jrimvi.TiHiy r. iiKucs anil lororci- esirnh
fjj ilijectiurj'M.' 11 ill. UlH-llUT upon lhl
ulianiU fji..' jrin or itccU nltlioul illk-
M nlor.i ion ur niiuri ti the most dcllciti
Lj -U I ii It hhi) fur llfly cur tlio deerei
i oriuni.i ui i.rjinii4 Miiann ailinowl
'dirisi in plum hi nn ihe itit'hcst author
B9 1 jinl llie ill. isi tiiiiiictlt di rtii4tnoi;isi
gUudhairspiu Iih ihamcrtiicd Durini:!
SJuU jirln'i i uii.e i.f a life time anionufi
3the.wlllftv .iml aristocracy of Knrojie Inl
iirckcr bid lurcuiu. I'rli e. W I In mall'
ccurciy paiKeii iiirrcHiMinilciice conll
lcntial holo i cuts for America Ad-
The Skookum Root h'air Grower Co.
Ilept. K..H Smith t- 1 tli At. N h York
Jasper Armstrong Christian minis-
ter of Now JJoston Texas will preach
in the Christian church next Lord's
day at 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 p in.
Wa.MKJ Tho iicquatutatico of a
widow. Address "l.. " poitolllce.
Have you triad those cigars
lie's drug storo?
((omejuiekurs' guide and latest map
tho test tiling out; compasses etc at
Lilllc's drug stoic. if
hiuiKcr A- J.ent'
tlrcat animal show aqua:iuiu circus
ami hippodrome combined are as much
superior to any other circus over seen
liuru us tho electric light is superior t
tallow candle. Cleveland Ohio
(Jutlirie Sept. L'Otlu
llet cigars in
lEldo lo tlie Strip.
If' ynii do you want a first-class
wheel. IVo sell all tho standard
makes of cycles fc'eo us first
If you nr uniting for strip opening
don't fall lo I U7 your drugs station-
ery etc. at ijlliu's drug store tho old
loliable corilcV Harrison and Second
T ablots from one penny tip at the
Capital City book store. 10-1
J Coulter and li M. Jlrown have
bought a new stock of hardware and
Implements and will locate at Perry.
Doomers' supplies quinine extract
Jamaica ginger. Lilllo's pills ate. All
ill be needed in the strip lluy thsm
at Lillie's drug store coiner Harrison
lind Second street. tf
Wanted at Western Union otllco boy
b deliver telegrams.
Williamson Stanro Co.
' Stage leaves Guthrie daily at 7 a.
in. via Partridge Carney & Sperc;
arrives at Chandler at 4 p. m
Leaves Chandler daijy at 7 a. m.
erf cii TrS? tvSvil I
ISSS5.1' J- 'viytfrTrSti? 'lotel. He has accommodated all that n ... .. m . w . . ...i
IS&jSV'S.Jft foS&Y flkW I i i i.i t. i i it i m.NXiwm.O Sept. I.V The crowd
mkTMmW ' 'IS 0tel cnP'lcy "othl nlow ""1 is augmenllng daily at Ilennessy
iW'vm ' ' n""-uhUcd ii ient more than regulat. The Koch Islnn.l brought in thiitv
kjS!Saftif!' ' 'ntes 82.00 per day. Itemeinbcr thai four coaches packed to their utmost
y$$x&iT Iftf'Vi' hotel when you visit that city. capacity from II ocloek Tuesilay
t I I P ! Whoever gets the claims adjoining 'liht V'V'V''Vlf. U.'c1!c'Ml! afte'"
1 i arrives at Guthrie at 4 p. m. Office
at Gus llho'ls' cigar store.
n v. ill write aecl'trm Insurance all
hlay today at our oinco in llio 1 lines
1 v - - ... ...... 1
kQllUing Ulirpoiuy inuit" m-n iim
l k n'ls i 1 ''i'1 'i"i ai uns
t N JJVI.ses 1 ..v
TRAINS WILL RUN.1
LEAVI! ORLANDO IN SUCTIONS
OF TWELVE CARS AT 12 M.
WiLL stop eyery fiye minutes.
iteryono to lli-t n l'nle iiml on tho Cim.
1'errj Ton-unite llnliirKeil liitcrml-
Iiir Orlando Nem.
J.RAlHStt Ht'ltHAt'. jf
Oltt.AIH) Sept. I.V f
Tlio registration was about com-
peted at 3 p. in. yesterday. Tno
records show ubout SO 000. One half
town lots nud ono-liulf for claims ami
tint. Is about the way the race w ill bo
from Orlando and along the linu ad-
jueont. Special Agent l'oo worked
like u trooper all night and put on a
new booth yesterday morning cleat-
log up the ontiro lLnqs'ul 3 p in.
i WK" "i"s
The trains will start on time
o'clock In sections of twelve to
teen ears. A special agent will be in
n1l!irrri (ft Cim iltnl iu'.ti1-nMA hnu t futn
deal. Anyone attempting to take nny
advantage will be arrested and put in-
to the government pen at Perry. They
I "'" llavc llieir co'tni-'''tcs taken from
them losing all their rights. livery-
one should act like gentlemen and
not like hogs livery live miles the
trains will stop for ti few moments
nnd trains will run live minutes apart.
It is reported that!! civil engineer
from Washington hns been ordered to
report to Perry immediately after the
opening to survey more land for town
sites. Tho government did not antic-
ipate sttoh a crowd when thoy surveyed
only 320 acres for Perry.
lEailroad tickets nro selling like hot
cakes- this afternoon Tor Wharton.
Thoro are a numbi'i of quiet town-
site meetings In various parts of the
city of Orlando. It is reported that u
scheme was on foot whereby Guthrie
peoplu would eaptun' the townsilcs.
and boomers from all states nro devis-
ing somo ways and means to head 011
these (iuthi'le people.
Tho only square dealing fellow in
)rlando is 1). L. Hunt of the Orlando
Perry will have to prove them up as
Thrue hundred women
r 1111 hnai
horses were practicing for
race along itooth City boulevard yes
terday. Dr. Smart will move to Perry
villi his female medicine after tlio
Who will be elected mayor of Perry
I Tho great ugony will be over ti-
Pickpockets got in their tvor'i at a
lively rate yesterday at Orland
Trains for the "prohiised lunil ' will
run to tho line half an hn.tr
bo f ore
noon and government g.iarl
at the steps that ultter thj trains to
.. . .
si o that uory person Ii is u cortiftcato
Lt IOIt3 C"U """ f
Hvery man who has a gnu strapped
on will be arrested an I his gun taken
All the prominent people of the
United States uro in Orlando to-night
hound f r IVjrry.
S ROASTED ALIVE.
HORRIBLE DEATH OF A COLOR-
ED RESTAURANT COOK.
A C0.1I Oil Can llxiilinlfii l() llio Columbian
llnl l. runt Cow-rlnK Tom Jjinnpu
U'ttli tliolliilil nnd llitrnlne
Illm to lleiilli.
One of the most shocking accidents
that liafiuccprrcd 111 this city for some
lime o.-ciirrod at about 10 o'clock yes-
terdny morning at . II. Kco-r's Col- Four saddled horses without riders
umblan icstaurant on Harrison 1 ccro caught near Arkansas City last
avonue lu which a colored cook named ( night Where aio the rldurs.'.'
Tom Jamison was literally cooked A young man named Craig was ac-
alive. Icldentally shot at Orlando last night.
Jamison was In J10 back room of tho
restaurant kindling a lire with coal
oil -.then thn oil in tho can buiame
igniica una o.spiodoil throwing tl)p
burning lluid all oyer tho unfortunate
ilarkey. llo rushed from the house
with his clothes all ablae. 1U llo.sh
was burped to a crisp and peeled 01V
The durkey was attended by Drs.
U anil Chas. Smith but thoy cou'.d do
little for him. Tho poor man si;(Tercd
till 5 o'clock when death relieved hi in.
hllu a crowd was endeavoring to ex-
tinguish tho flumes. Jamison fought
like a tiger and several persons weie
BIG BEER BUGS.
iiiptuln I'aliHt Ulld Pirty Vlir the Ciiiilt.il
A special car bearing CapL pabst of
the great Milwaukee buer house and
Messrs. Herman Wcbtsr Christian
Walil J. C Wolf and C W. Hcnnliig.
pulled Into the city on the Santa Po
yesterday. 'J'ho party weto shown
over the city by W. 1 Konny apd
Jtlchard Dcuteh and tho loc.il repre-
suntatives of I'abst beer. They seemed
well pleased with the capltarof Okla
C'U'al mm agr
ilui ie 1 ' 1 a 1
Al. i.i 1 Li. m it i'.
Ai'pr. l to Tin- r!inr.Ni.
Chirgpn I'rctt rr-il Airulint nliltrr At-
riKPil of A illnc UrUie
AllKVSMB Clir Kill. Sept IV
Yesterday warn 'u dies' dnr ni liooth
No. ii and It Is estimated Hint ccrtifl
rates were issued to 1000 women
Six additional elorWs wore put to work
and the booths wero opened one hour
earlier titan usual A now lino was
formed exclusively of women end
they wore registered very rapidly. It
was n pletutosquo lino that sti etched
far down tho dusty road "between two
lines of rough-looking lnen. It con-
tallied women of nil classes There
were gray hnired matron ntH bright-1
fared maidens servant girb. stenog-
raphers and typewriters. WW w s w ere
aceompatiled by Uttlo c.iiuircn and
occasionally a young woman was
under the escort of a lover brother or
father They stood the hardships
ntiil Inconveniences of the boolli ramp
nobly nnd a ha npler crowd muid not
lb g stratum projres'o I much mme
rnpidiy yestetd ly than it has at any
previous time and the feet in ; regard
ing the rogistialinn svMn i ii.is been
maiei'lal! inodiileil i ielurr Unite
Smith was eidentl iniluoiitrd h the
Hood of telegrams pouted in uMnhiut
request nglhatadilillun.il registration
facilities bo proidc.l He was es-
pecially Improved by the message
sent htm by llio iiens-super enrrcpnn-
dents for he repeated it biek to tho
ollleers in charge of the bi otlis and In-
structed them uotonlv to employ all
tlie eierus inai are no i-s;irv. but to
i open logi-tiution booths in Arkansas
Lily if it wa denied iiiccssaiv.
'J'ho cattlemen have m-iU the follow
ing telegram to Secretary sinlllr
ToOni or ('levplntiil pre
v . I I'. V. llin
AH'tAnsm UITV lllin
timlcrat mil luttl' men. tli r n.hl nnsii.il m
Hip conrtltl.in ofaffairK iv n m pci Kuily pre
tiwt ii:ulnt tliu re Wli.it hi -tcm i inr-
rloJ on u! tnli No 0 Nn'it ious.ui I pco
Iilo mi-now In lino nnd tliii ml nrrivo on
oioh Irn'n A conflict lt u iirtlei not
ruffisterml snil troopi h pr ill i le iinle- mis I
system Ih abiiM:iol 'I hi liiumr of vo r nrt
lull Idtnili m in Lcln jeupmlli il ami lotnmon I
lllim mltv (H-m in.li for hour I si'lllori dpHlr
Inic tonitiT Ihe ulrlp bin h cm l rcrlitir
that Immi-Jiiio mtlon Ii iip.-iism. I!a-J-tr.itl
ti Is u fnriT Thrn- m n .roil doil
of trailliiK In ii-Klstrutlon rtlilontoH. iM-rsons
not ilonlrtiiB to umlf iko the s1w ut thi- lwrdor i
ItelleWn thnt they ciin use iirittlcutps of oth-
ers Thuy luuobipu tMiuirlii rrinh and miny
Iruudulcnt iprttllcitcs wpre plarpil on tho
marhPt Sder.ililis lipforr thr liooih orained
In Mill city Applications for r. .-tst r a Ion and
rertlllcntot ucre lllled nmlanld ut llfly conts
ouct tho il.ilra Iclni: uimle that thenc lmpori '
would bo ncopplcd at the imoth si my of I
llipso ctrtltiLutos nn Icing leno0 up gppculn-
lor plncln them in the hniult i.f m oners who I
will hold claims wtili them until the spoculi-
torn can olitin k'iil (crlltii.il. s moro Iehuire-
ly ionic into Ilir BiilpHiicI I ik' tissi-on of
land hold liv tie Koonors i
Tho londuit of the KoldiiM.it l.nolh No ti Ii
despicable fhin apix-n j in in vnlludon I
Hllh tho c'lnru" and fur n cntMl.icr.ulon of I
will conduct a linmcRccVi-r in the linck doiir of i
Jho booth and M-Mire hl r iMrtratlnn oct oM
him It Isfrcch c! urci'd tint 1 1. iks are link.
Ins a busliiflfiri of re Muln uupuiliitancr nt
I II. -i iioifii i ic lit IIHMII I (! tlllplll
Mr Gallagher win. h.is eh.irge of
booth Xo. P stuteii l.it nigiit that n
total of 1 10 hi pci sons Hut ielnturuii
uu to U o'clock '! i.
noon j ins ineitiiieil llie esctirsou
train from () nul.i. and one from St
osepli ami htins.is L'itv. Vest-tday
S'N conches came up from Kingfisher
' ol"' ''l I'1''1". Sd six moro from the
norll) ictuien fi 0 :ma (1.0U!) peo-
jilo have arrived by mil in thesq. two
It is now thought that ll.iiOO people
will icglsler here The ip inner in
which the regis ni Ion is no- taking
plncu is a shanie and disgrace. Men
who have charge of iorniing tlie
div'isious are piloting men to the
booths who have never taken number-..
(Guards appointed for the pur-
fxi.e of 1-enping met. from getting to
fie booths nli I rf tlieh' nun.
nro opeiilv tak.ng li iles nf fiom 1 to
S.' and letting pi ihihu-. villing to py
the 1 rlco go In. It itnuid tho s.lrf.rcr
on doty share in the dlvld-s. -
Scrli.j SMIIIi NikN I'p.
Wasiuaoton sept 11 - Se -rotaiy
Of Hit Interior s 1 nli lolegr tphed the
ilgeptof tlie depaitment at ArUanaas
City yesterday to employ all the men
nceossarii and rent all tho storo 1 001114
in town if the people who are clamor-
ing for certificates imilil not bo pro-
ided for In any other way.
'J'ho denartini'iu lu-..rd notblno
j wlintcvcy. jfcom ir.4fin.as City of an
wniCid.' "nature until 10 o'clock last
I night Auwsnuper dispatches gavo
awful accounts of death b. sunstr.ikn
find suffount on and boldly pointed oiit
(.ho utier failure of tho booth system
to meet the rcqiiireni.'nts.
Dispatches Jroin other points in-
formed the secretary that no rush was
being experienced. All the clerks
whoefluhl bespaiod from other booths
wore. Instructed to proceed to Arkan-
sas City and tho land otllco eleiksat
Outhrio and Oklahoma City wore also
ordered to go there.
Iti'KlMnilloiiOtcrul .rsii1u4H t'l')-.
ltegtstratton was cased up at Arkan-
sas City last ovunlng and lines cannot
A soldier was shot bv a sooner near
1 Arkansas City last night
Clarkson is here frain Car-
Ma la will do busiuoss nt
Speaker U'.derof tho Xobrnska leglc-
lature is In t'n. city. He will make
I lev. K. 1'. lloggeas will preach in
Perry Sunday subject. "Tho Con-
tested and Uncontested Lots.
Mrs. A- C l-'rancis. of Kent Iowa is
tho guest of her brother .1. W. McNeill
whom she has not soen for IS years.
Hew li V. Hoggess returned from
Aikansas Cltv last iilirhL where1
1 ho oompluted urrangemonls for ser
vices at Kllilare.
Among neighboring visitors in town '
yesterday wero II. C.' Cox andfilurtj
IHxlur. Norman; John ll.tiuus. Kllleno. I
nnd IM Connors Oklahonm City. '
Judge W. M. pcrrilland L W Dallon 1
of Soymore To.ns wore 111 the city
VJht .1 gUU Tiu'y wiu looal t orri'
.Mi. D. olnluis nu relation to lldl.
Tom Dingle of Jasper county Mis-
souri recoivod n commission u dopuly
marshal yestorday nnd will curry a
Ivrupp gun. Col. Jiatton wilt stuy
with lom to soo that ho doos not get
ir . .f.w UcrV and Coorge Parko
will aid Patton h
Sangir-Louts tho best tented shows
M " "mr 1 ii ' a
1 lU h
EVERYBODY SHOULD DRINK
It is the healthiest and finest lnru
or offer your friend. It is rmfcral
people in general prefer it to wine.
motto ii brewing beer is
NOT HOW CHEAP
He sur. .in
llefore leasing for the Sttip .nice the water may lie
wlui h von get may not suit our palate ami
i-ntlan;ci .ui health
CAN BE FOUND AT ALL
REVOLT IN BRAZIL
REBELS BOMBARD THE CITY OF
NO AMERICAN WARSHIPS THERE.
Latest Ailtlcca Point In a I'ooltlno Milli-
ner lu I lie Coinplolo Oiertlllcnv or
tlio (iiiMTiiiiient- Tlio Army mill
Nuy Until Acalnst tho l'rci-
li t Autlinrltici A Very
Wasiiixoto.v Sept. 1 1. Secretary
Greslmm has received the following
cable from Minister Thompson at llio
At II o'clock thin moriiltic roolulkmiry
. tflad 1 ftn1ll ttflm1 fj-lttl.4 A.ilhhlilblillliifl in .h.
fonei iHimlmrdcd forlji comniundlnc tlip en
trainc to the Inrbor nln the arsenal on the
whurf III the ccnlei of the illy A P shell
wire tired Into thciltvutiduvmimin unskilled
In her rosldenic Cnmtncrclal teleirain' huo
wain Lien forbidden Ch.irlcstnn Iihi mil t
Tho dispatch practically disposes of
the hopes of the pavy department that
the cruise) ( harlesUm had ronclm!
Kio and it is nov believed that -iio
went direct to Montevideo withnnl
touelilug at any llrnilinn jmrt
l'oin Miimiiik Va . Sept. H -The
L'nited Status cruiser Detroit after
adjusting compasses at 7;J0 yesterday
morning sailed for Kio do Janeiro
lira 7.11 under ordeis to protect Amer-
Additional advices iceeived from
llio Janeiro point in a most positive
manner to the overthrow of the pres-
ent government. . The disaffection is
not confined to the navy alone but it
s spreading to the arm v. wheie the
opposition to the government is be-
coming more pionounccd. It is said
luinistor ih not in Washington
ltrr.xns Avium Sept 1.1. Dispatches
received here announce that the bom-
I b'irdinuiit of Kio do Janeiro by Ihe
' liiMirgent war vessels began vestenlaj
l!l.i is ipportnl t. be in a stale ol
p.uui and theierlli'os of Ihe I'eikolo
goMTiuncjH is Hnll-q.ule'. "l "jC llie-
1 ' .bels win
1 'Ihe tlorinnn orvcite Arool.i and
Alcxsndrin.i gut up wHm hurriedls
yeterrly cvi-ning ml Uf this p-rt
for Rio de Janeiio
THE ELECTION LAW.
Tho I'l;Iit ()r It Itepc.il .Noiir on
WAKlliy.wlOS sql "IS 'J he ij-ii'i.
lesof tho house werepietty well lllled
1 yestrday morning in expectation of tho
f preliminary skirmish over the Tucker
j bill for the icpcal of the federal elec-
tions law Tho fact that the president
is supposed to bo opposed to its con-
sideration at this 1I1110 increased tho
I The light began ut oneo. Mr. Har-
rows who divldeH with Mr. Iteed tho
leadership of tho Itepubllean side
standing jn thu eentor ulslo w Idle tho
chaplain was praying for peace and
harmony asked nnanlmousconsent that
the call of committees for leports bo
dispensed w ith
Mr. Tucker tho author of the bill
cried out "I object."
Mr Hurrows thuii moved that the
mill bo dispensed with and Mr.
Tucker called for tho yeas and nays.
It was apparent as the roll tall pro-
ceeded that the Republicans were res-
olute that to-day's fight was not to be
mere y a passing brush They re-
mained in their seats impassively re-
fusing to vote in order to break a quo-
rum. Quite a number of present ad-
ministration Democrats opposed to the
1 proicitt consideration of tho bill
joined with their Itopubllcan col-
I Ieages across the aisle anil refused to
answer t their names. When the
1 speaker announced tho result of tho
vote ayos I nays loii the point of '
no quorum was made whereupon u 1
call of the house was ordered.
Tlt call dcvolqpcil tho presence of I
00 members. Tho doors were oidered !
closed and the inossengers of tho
sergeant at arms wero dispatched in
all directions to bring in absentees.
Tho iiauso than settled down to a long
hand to hand contest.
During the second call tho Republi-
cans insisted on tlio ayes and nays oq
u motion to excuse Mr. Joyce of Mj-
pouri and upon tho conclusion f that
roll call which also showed the Mack
of a quorum Mr. Tucker of Virginia
sent to tho clerk's desk a resolution
reqni sting the sergeant-ai-arms to
bring tho nbseuiees before the bar of
Lx-Spcaker ll-ed however. Hanked
tho Virginian by a motion to adjourn.
Tho Democrats wero in a badly do-
noralUed .... million and the fact
hat Mr Traccy of New York and
other repenl or "administration Di m-
pcraU" woro actively assisting the Re-
publicans in tlie effort tq keep off the
federal election discussion awulii)
tho lively indignation qf the silyi (
Th expressed determination of Hi
ltepubl eun leaders to force tho Demo-
crats to produce a qu irum of tlieii own
before thu TitcLor bid can bo oporto.)
deadlocks the h mse.
I'of iqlo fl.CnII.
' H.U f.lf j
1 O UUU
i ine liraniau
oit can drink 'uiirself
le to strong drinks and
ANHKl'SKR llt'S( II
BUT HOW GOOD.
srarce and thai
'llio Xrl Miclnli Sciiiitnr Introiltirri
III Ainenilinciit Mi. Iliiniel sprM
Washington Sept. I .. -In ihcsenato
yeMcrdny Mr Faulkner of West Vir
ginia olVeied an amendment in ihe ro-
peal bill piowdmg for the m n.ii'e of
silver bullion now in the In tuiv and
the monthly purchase thei carter of
enough silver to coin 1 ooo.ooo which
togetlier with all siher dollars here-
tofore coined .diould he legal tender
Tho repeal bill was then taken up
and Mr. Daniel of Virginln look tlio
lloor in opposition lie said that ho
would attempt to demonstrate as ho
was confident he could that the world
wide Monetary convulsion was due to
three principal causes: Pnst the enor-
mous increase of debt; second thn
continuous and unprecedented fall of
juices foi oer a qua! tor of a eenttiryi
third the rnntcmpoiancnusdcstruction
of '.he bimetallic hasp of ciedil at tho
dictation f til0 Huropoan money
kings. He said that mine money was
needed. 'Iheiepcal of the Sherman
net would contract llio currency bv
some S..0 oqo.Ofin per anutini
ft a "
oied a sound currency every dollni of
which should he maintained at par
with eeiy other dollar and consist
of gold and siher or paper money pay
able in them.
MRRY NfjAW OPENS.
llllilnlei'" Opponent llnlly heoriM Him
I'm niei I'n rill m
Ni.w Utu Ohio. Sept. n -Lnvvieiic
T Nealof ( hillicothe I)pinocriitu inn
diilate foi governor oponed the caul
I'ltign hue estviilav in Hie piesonee
ol I a i go delegalions fioin (.'olumhus
Manstleld t hillieolhe Ciivleville.
I.amasler Xanefvillo Mount Vernon
i nnd oilier points all of which are
within from Unity lo sixty miles of
this cilv All the Democratic iardi-
dates on the state ticket weie pieseut '
Mr. Ncal after leferring to llio
pieseut financial dep esslon said Hint I
' the Sherman silver law and the Me '
1 Kliilev turill law umlerlay the wul
onseilt lie every whom ie eivoil as
'lie full mid final decision of thu
American people upon the question of
protective tasaliou. The oicrthrow
of Mclvlnley and MoKlnley sin in Ohio
will ti 111 1 in the jidment'of tl p
nlo of die eutire cunlrv I'ltiied in
llie pi c-iilcntilil elet (ion "f isl l"4i
111 fuior .f a thrift lr mm nue alonn.''
WORLDS PAIS DOINObT
fUtf llioninnil Ol.lu.iii 1 swoop 1111m on
tlio Wlilto ( llj ICuiiiiia fi.lelir.it Ion f
Chii ino Sept l.i -UoTeinor Mo-
j Kiiiloy and thousands of his pojilo
I came to the falryesterday and joined Iq
I one of the most successful demonstra-
tions yot held by a suite It Is osli-
I itited that flie Ohio contingent mini
oereu over imki people nnd those
together with ('ovciimi- McKlnley s
admirers from other parlsof tinooiui
try swelled the crowd at tho Ohio
slate building to mammoth propor-
This mnriilnir tiovpnioi Leweli.ng
qf Kni'sauand his statV made a tour of
all tho state buildings Kansas is
still colobrating. Sho gavo hor citi-
zens a freo lunch at midday at iho
stuto building. Thu guests were en-
tertained while eating with songs
mandolin music nnd brass bands in
tin 11. About tin same time tho United
Kan as singers gave a concert in Posti-
valhnll. Choral societies from Topoki
lhnporla Abilene Salina. Newton
Leavenworth Hutobinson Lyonsand
fterllng took part in the program
Tho paid admissions at tho fair yes-
.eriuiy iiiimncrcii 1 iiu.i.i
CLICK GETS THE PLUM. '
PTho i:-Giiciunr of Kiun.n Aiiiuiliilnl
reunion Agent at Topolc
Wasiii.noiov. Scpu 14 Tho pn.-
dont yostcrda.v sent to tho senate the
nomination of o.v-Oovornor Oeorgo
WUlhiiu (iilelc of Kansas to bo pension
agent at Topoka Kan.
ork rur lo riioiuanil Jldu
Wiii.i:i.ino W. Vu Sept. I5.-0rders '
were given today for tho resumption I
i.f work lu every dopartmont of the
big Rlvorsido iron and steel works
Monday. Tho works give emplo- '
nient to nearly r.000 men being tho
third largest establishment in tho
Ohio valley. '
Hot We.niiei nt inrl fccott.
1H(T Scorr Kn.n. SupL 13 At 1
H'clock yesterday tho temperature
muged from 101 to lot! dagre s in Iho
sliadc hero anil a severe taking hot '
wind provails. Tho woather is un-
pieccdented as far back as can be re-
membered. I're.ldent or Ipj Hdoley I.enBiio
CiucAoa Hopt. li (ioveruor An-
drew J. Smith of the Soldier's honiP of
i.eavonworth. Kan. was untinlinoumv
idecicd president of tho National
lveeley league yestorday.
Mrs. A. 1.
t j an-
aonm-'o tq hep friends and patrons he
irrlval in the city after a piolongei
11 01 me army "l 1... Ml" rofoi-m
i that dispatches I .t " ...
1....1 ...Mini..... 1 liu mfcit of the lepiild can . ..
tie ins wf1'11 in I'''' Mate neM Noietnber AND
. U?.JnV." i?.1 I Mr. Neal closed "will l.v .
1 will gladly reward the lady who so .
Hlndly offereil to hia .. jaelictattbo 1
"ttdies b-Kith nt Orlando on s pteubcr
( In " 1 oxn.xs ihe 6.mt to
n na 1)1
ireet luit r.e
u brc 11 t
sit in the east where sho has sooured S y r r-H l r- Ttr- Ti
s3asssiExctiann.B. Barn .
A. M. McELHINNEY.
Drugs Books and Stationery
PAINTS AND OILS.
MM' HOUR 1(1 msl'Ol KICK ( UTIIKI1. (C..1UU
T.VlVTr.HT J& VniTTrtn r i.
-- xvumu rrup rs.
"ti il 0
n flrst-elnss stle
I.OL IS SCHICK! M
i c I
BUGGY WORK ATTENDED TO
with i n a i iniij
Get OUR FJGUKESon YOUR B-I-fcrL
JOHN T. BRICKNER
Contractor and Builder
Estimates furnished on Buildings
of all description. Territorial
agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
Office 109 North First Street
Olifpoptors. of (
fine Wines Liquors mi
Cor. 2d St. and Harrison Ave.
BEFORE GOING TO THE STRIP
lor Hardware (ilassuare Moves. Ilmwuobl (lei. uf evi r il m i-iv-tion
and save joursclf monty. 'IVnino. Pay ment made easy uit
can save a dollar by trading at my p'.ace corner Harrison and lhwiiou.
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. &
i irii as vi- 1 k ut miiiwnii.1-
11. . PrcT J " - ' irryiug passengers Ix-.n
light ton i cket.alwayiready irtsiai atunv tlmoln tho 1 1- nni
- -.. .v
I The shortest UUd mil Ieot rnu'n vtc..
iTho hortest aud quliltcst routo batwevr
Rates i Per Day.
Like Your Mother
a' ..11 liDiiis. Soulli side
irst and Second stueln.
1 Ot'IS WICKM N
Till I I llllAKUEBa
VAN WYCK Prop's.
.iw ii. .-
. v n
I tc uf tenmi ana
t - two p.. ins. Toa.i.'
Uola and htiinvtr.
ut 1 ni- nleasuru.
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