El Reno Daily Eagle. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 1, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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El Reno is
: d'|ie Railroad Center
■»d Uetio (eagle.
®EL RENO, CANADIAN COUNTY OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER
El Reno is
Ihe Supply Point of
ui? 3o.aa| 42
v-y.is'30 an 3r.
<3.0 34 a? I 39
xf-xb.mm tempsrMau. si.
'dialmitm tcrnti rauire, M.
|«i isfits 9. ni Washington for 36 horns ami
■ p hi. tomorrow: Pair; Warmjir.
John McLean is quite sick in this
Warin'' & Hardy at the (Jem rostau
Knie tvines and liquors for family
i,w, at llie Schwcizer.
The Alamo company carry a splen-
did band and orchestra.
The Eagle proposes issuing a spe-
cial edition about January 1
The greatest lecturer of the present
Jay is Donald Downe, B. U. L.
A large assortment of cakes always
on hand, at the El Reno Bakery.
Artistic job printing done on short
notice at reasonable prices at this oflice.
A missionary concert will be given
at the Presbyterian church tomorrow
The most realistic play ever pro-
duced ou our .stage will be the Seige of
Mr. Dowuo carries the liue.st appar-
atus in the world for illustrating his
Ed Esiick went to Norman this morn
mg to aocept a position in his brother’s
olliee in that place.
The Schwcizer makes a specialty of
the purest wines and liquors, for medi
ea! purposes and family use.
Persons desiring to purchase work
horses or drivers, either for cash or ou
time, should call ou John Trent.
Evidence in the O’Hare murder trial
is being heard today, and will probably
take up most of the time Monday.
Ed llegler, the efficient deputy dis
triet clerk, is up to his eyes in work.
Ills office is a busy place during court
Fred terry bought one dozen opos-
sums from a countryman today. Fred
buys everything that is offered for sale.
The fourth annual meeting of the
Territorial Teachers’ Association will
be held in this city December 26, 27 and
The merry-go-round nickel-in-the
-lot machine is the latest device which
has appeared in El Reno, for coining
In the lecture on Napoleon, Mr.
Downe will produce over 20n scenes
descriptive of the career of the mighty
little Cor ican.
The noble army of deputies ought to
make war on the woodpeckers for "do
stroying valuable timber’ ou the reser-
Fifty cents worth of Snell’s eye water
guaranteed to cure any case of sore
eyes, or money refunded. Call on or
address J W. Snell, El Reno.
14. M Logan, of Vernon, Texas, one
of the directors of the Coffeyville, Kan-
sas & southwestern railway, is in the
city, looking after property interests.
Parties desiring cut Uowers ot any
kind can he supplied by calling upon
AI s. M. M. Engle, on Capitol Hill.
Her greenhouse is the most extensive
iu the Territory.
The best place in the city for a lirst-
cla s shave, haircut or shampoo is at
Jackson Bros’ Model bt i ■
they have lino bath rooms in connec-
tion with the shop.
i lie federal grand .jury has returned
nine indictments. Next week it will
work as territorial grand jury, and one
week from next Monday it will again
take up U. S. cases.
Chief Dowell says the members of
the tire department sleep with one ejc
open, and that a tap of the bell will
bring every mau to his place. Ihcn
meeting last night was well attended.
The Indians arc arranging to seud
lobbyists to Washington for the pur
pose of opposing the dissolution of
their tribal system, but the time ha-
come for it to go, and lobbying will
not save it.-Globe-Deraoernt
It is reported now that Bill Cook,
the noted Indian Territory outlaw,
UScd to be a Kansas book agent. I hat
accounts for his work being so smooth,
and cau be given as a reason for the
belief that ho will never surrender—
K. C. Times.
Dan Rogers, who runs a restaurant
hear the Rock Island depot, met will.
<4 jettons accident yesterday. H« « »•'
a lcM of ofttB to tlm tori "i<
rroaslu* llomuo’s altntnit» two
o'cit hi inwit. his team fan ev.
• Mup-lug hlril mil of the Wt>g".i •' " “
h id over h Min,, hi-ft"*,
fracturing It is skull ahd HtSflt d’tt'T’g
off one of Ids cats, HO <1 «*«»«*
t. day and will probab.y rscovct. Htl
Is 02 years of age.
THE CANADIAN KILLING,
Eugene Hays, who'fame in la 1 ■ :ght
from Canadian City, rjY ' a
different story of the dlego express
robbery from the published accounts.
five packages of *190 each from Chi-
cago to Canadian, and that each pack-
age was represented to contain f -000.
A special agent of the express com-
pany accompanied the money pack-
ages, and he telegraphed -Sie rill Tom
McGe t f Hemphill county 1 ext
meet him at the depot to help guard
the treasure, The train arrived at Ca
nadian at 8 o’clock p. nV. and the slier-
ill' was waiting for it at tlie depot.
No robbers showed up at the time,
nor is there any evidence that a rob-
bery was contemplated.
About 9:30 that night, the sheriff
walked out of the depot onto the plat-
form and saw three men skulking
around. One of them was walking
down the track, whom the sheriff com-
manded to halt. No aUenliou being
paid to the command, the officer re-
pealed it. threatening to shoot if the
order was nut obeyed, ihe mau turned
and opened lire, which the sheriff re-
turned. During the fusiiado a mau
standing behind the sheriff shot him in
the back. The officer fell and one oi
his assailants remarked, “We've got the
s—u of a b—h, let's go,” and the men
departed. Sheriff McGee lived until
the next day. He thought he recog-
nized one of the men as Wm. Ander-
man whom lie uiT-isied years
THE CHOCTAW EXTENSION.
The work of building the Choctaw
extension from Oklahoma City to South
MeAlestcr will be begun next T " sdaj .
l'he contracts have all been awarded
ami the contractors are on the grounds |
ready tu begin operations. The old
survey, by way of Choctaw City, will j
be followed. The contracts awarded I
• as follows*
East of QklaliQUif
• City-- he
,1. W. Powell, tj
()*Kc!Pi‘t5. 0 miles 1
tK* Co., UQ milt*.-: KK
iv St J,
struotioti Co., 10
a 7. A. 1'-
Burke, 5 miles ^
>-'.i). j. k-
miles; 51-52, Ware. Muncy & Co. 2
miles. Total, 52 miles.
West from South Me Ale-u —Section
11-12, J. H. Barnett, 2 miles; 13 11.
Connelly -A Doy le, 2 miles; 15-10, 11. 11.
Corder, 2 miles; 17 19, Dowling & Me-
Gimnigle, 3 miles; 20-21, J E t ollin, -
miles; 22, IV. & Elliott. I mile. 23. Wm.
O'Connor; 24-25. Ferguson Contracting
Co.; 20, Pat Rail; 27 J ns Crowley; 30-81
J. II Howard; 32-3.1, Coffin A Siieiinao:
37-40, A. J. ranger* Co, 41-43. \\
SCHOOL LAND LEASES.
The following circular letter was is*
sm-l yesterday from the governor’s
Some of the best lands in Oklahoma
are included in this oiler.
Territory or Oklahoma, j
Exeoi'tive Omi t'.
GttTllKiK, Nov. 27. 1894. *
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received i.ntil l hot -day, Jaim uy
3rd, 189.7, for the leasing of any of the
vacant school lands in sections 16 amt
30, ia Oklahoma Territory, also for va-
cant lands in sections 13 and 33 in the
Leases will run three years from
January 1, 1895.
A complete list of the vacant lauds
above mentioned eau lie had at this
Bids will he received at any time and
iqust be accompanied by draft or post-
(jv.„ , money order for at least twcuty-
ii .’ dollars' or if the tirst years rental
he legs tbfJJ1 twenty live dollars, then
an amount equal to Ihe first years ren-
East of the range line between
i- .. rv.i 14 west, one .
to lease only one quarter
R D. WOOD:
is closing out liis immense stock of
AT ACTUAL COST.
Ho Has Just Added a Large Stock of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES
Which Ho Will Sell at the Lowest Living Prices.
BICKFORD AVEN1 E. TWO DOORS SOUTH OI L’OSTOFFICE, EL RENO
-ssseGO TO THE^o—
AND BILLIARD PARLOR
For a choice Drink or Smoke, or a quiet, pleasant game of l’ool or Billiard*.
Genci Block, Rock Island Avenue, EL REXO.
wns lot as follow
1 1 Gleason c
17-19, McNomey Bros : 4-2(
m;y & Co; 23-27, Jus. 1 '■ V
AN tMPCx5Vr.«,4s V^l.^ON
Charles Gc-A cV.A received
a t"iegr.ini fro;..- ncys in Waah-
ingt m whichimportance to
.............— - many people i:". 6/Rem. It will be re-
ago, and who recently completed a six ■ memherod ll:'.he t< ".vnsite hoard ig-
’ ............ novod . ;;lua,Cig of
Reiixx rn, ,':i every
years term in the Culoiado peniten-
tiary,' and returned lo his mothers
home near Canadian.
ll is thought that the gang, or part of
it, started east from Canadian, amt a
posse soon started out tc capture them.
In i be Auti lope hills. 30 miles east of
Cauadiau. at a deserted camp, an eo ’
velope was found addressed to a man
named Blake, and at the old trail cross-
ing ot the Cauadiau, 75 tuiies east of
Canadian City, B.ake was found in
charge of a commissary wagon. He
was taken back to Canadian ami lodged
ill jail ou suspicion of being one oi tile
murderers ot the sheriff.
37 49, A. J. ranger* Co 11-43. A V-' j n^e's 13 andl4 west', one person will
Scott; 41-53, Ferguson Contracting Co. be permitted to lease only one
lnmls east of the range line between
rang-.-j 13 and It, will be leased for less
than twenty-live dollars per quaite!
■ hi pel year; west of said line. >ix-
££ dollar! No lands will be leased
for less than their reasonable value,
and the right is reserved to reject any
and :ill bins. .
Lands in Beaver county may bo
leased for not less than ten dollars pel
ouarter section, and any person can
lease a section. Cash must accompany
Approved personal security must lie
given on all notes. Homesteaders ami
persons of known rospon-ihihly will
accepted, ll is imperative in all eases
that sureties he given. Leasees will
have preference right to release then
lands at the highest responsible bid.
and will have the right to remove hen
improvements in ease they do not ie-
lease their lands at the expiration ot
their several terms.
Applications must be made on blanks
prepared by the governor ami may be
had by applying at this office in Prison
or by letter, nr l.y applymf? >» person
to the county clerk* of any of the
counties of Oklahoma. . «
Immediately upon ... ak. n B aw aids of
let jumpers in El
con;,,f,tid lots to the persons who held
the v.vbcf tlic Town company. These
doeijions were reversed by the. com-
missioner of the general land office,
and appeals taken to the secretary of
j the interior. Thu. the secretary up-
holds the commissioner iu his decision
is shown by the dispatch, which reads
W,v»>;;vw.W. D. C . Nov. 30. '94.
CtLV,. Gbos, J?J Keuo, O. 1.
Sa-v-sfazg •.-u;sy eouBrtjzk cojktuis-
jiouai • fa r»! ! is si -1 in in h nder
g one oi one .
No definite , .... , ,
STUAltT HARE, 1’ies’t E. D. HUMPHREY, Soc’y and Trcas.
MILLERS AND GRAIN DEALERS.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of grain. Ask your grocer for the iol
r lowing brands of llouv if you want tin; best.
iil. RENO”-Tlu- Best Latent, “WIGWAM.” MIS1LE10E.
Millers and Grain Dealers.
Ihe Highest Market Brice Raid for Grain of Every
■satisfaction guaranteed on all work pertaining to milling.
Nothing has EVER equalled the following brands of lloiu
Best, Golden Medal, Sooner Patent, Big C, and Carey’s
artitiefttes of ownership to them
I The townsite board awarded them to
| Mr. Shinier, I ut Mr. Bernier has fought
the ease to a successful termination.
Most of the contests over lots in this
city have been compromised, but quite
a mini her of eases still hinged on the
decision of the secretary of the interior.
of the governor.
Governor, ami < hairman
Leasing School Lands.
Wm. Blincoe, Secretary
of Board for
Immediately upon . ......V.V' '
t 5, A- i VI si ri 1 the hinds the successful ladder will be
n ^ n 1 , „ 1 untitled bv mail at his own risk, and
..................... . . . ’ ■ " do-n( . ; L ip Vave tliirty da\ - from the date "I T
trail of the gang has been found, but U, |tttTC.Bl80Ue. . .. . ; Mi Bet nt>tice in which to execute lease and I t
is believed the men have made t*wir Jdevaettriy thrw years ago Mr. Shinier | notes and return tht tame to the office
way into the Wichita mountains. ijht,|,i
The story of lights between the gang
and the pursuing forces a re entirely
George Isaacs was on the train that
carried the money and late that night
was arrested at the hotel and is now in
jail, having been refused bund by the
judge, lie denies any knowledge of
any contemplated robbery, and says lie
billed the money at *25,090, instead of
*590. thinking that iu ease the train
was robbed he could have recovered at
least his original *500 from the express
company without trouble. He also
claims that it would have materially
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Real estate transfers as furnished by
Norman & Edger, Abstracters, for
OF EL RENO, OKLAHOMA.
A permanent organization of the El Ij Decombei 1.
Reno Capital band was effected last U. S. to Joseph I. I ut.,
night. Regular meetings will he held | "elpt. northwest H-lo ••
every Monday and Friday night Fob i U. S. to John - Hasty,
cs,“' 'S ™. I “lx's”"1 Aik.,'. .1 SO.,.I,.......
tin at re-
W. Mancy. C. M.
D. A. Belmore,
Biiekh . J. J. O’llourk
,J T. Parsons.
houik, J. P. Scries, J. A. Caldwell
F. II. Wright, J. G. Tompkins.
helped bis credit and improved way ^ corue “ .. 3-11-8
................. lalto. Winger, u C. too. W" ■ ■
Great excitement prevailed during Und tenor ..Chan, Watron baritone; I. —.........
the day following the killing; court ad- | |i Ken.'- aster. t>. V'in Hardin and j ]/Jwh -sness in the Indian Territory
' .......................... •' u K-"",,e:|a. Ibidafair to ri'-uU in the loss of all au-
(i,"TAv EM!,,,,s«?r- tsNKis.hi.r.
THE STOCK EXCHANGE BANK
jourutd, and a purse of *4.999 was
raised by subscription to be off n d
a reward for the capture of the gang,
*1,009 of the money I cing subscribed
by the widow of the sheriff.
The special agent of the express
company did not proffer any assistance
to the sheriff during the shooting af-
fray, hut (lulled down lliu bliud in the
olliee and barricaded the door, in con-
templation of au attack upon the de-
pot. fearing the loss of the money; hut
the bandits did not offer to enter the
place, and rode away after the fatal
wounding of the sheriff.
1'here are many opinions expressed
as to the real iinent of the outlaws, hut
the prevailing one seems to he that the
killing as done to avenge tile arrest
and late noutinement of Anderson in
the Colorado pen.
It now remains lor the citizens lo
avenge the untimely death ot Sheriff
George Isaacs i well known in this
oily, and especially iu the t hickasaw
country, where he is said to have al-
ways borne an excellent ; pulatiou,
and Ids many friends and acquaint-
ances are loth lo believe that he is an
accomplice of the outlaws, although
circumstantial evdenee i, somewaat
The reward offered should be quite
au incentive to the deputy marshals,
who might do well to follow their
trail and give the woudvhoppci's a rest
fur a while, tit le ikt.
A. Bv Corey, drums, T. H. Ken-neas-
ter, president;.Chu.s. Watson, secretary;
C. ('. Brown treasurer, and Chris Hoff-
An associated press dispatch from
Washington yesterday says "Secre-
tary Smith today decided, a large, unm
iier of land cases which have been held
up for several weeks. The eases, with |
few exceptions, are of interest only to
the communities in which tlie lands ara
located. One. however, holds that
townsite locations in Oklahoma must
have valid improvements; that the cer-
tificate) of location by the ’and officers
is only prima facie evidence and not
good against the mvorn evidence of wit-
nesses. There are many cases which
the secretary expects to dispose of im-
Chah. F Ashley.
Last Friday night a couple of galoots
wantonly insulted the wife of one of
our citizens while she was on the v ay
to the home of a sister near by. Neither
of the gentry belonged here, properly,
hut have been loafing about this vicin-
ity for some time. One of them, Eaton,
was afterward arrested at El Reno,and
is now in the Paris jail in default of
l,ond. The other one, Davidson, has
not been found up to date. Fearing
the wrath of an enraged gathering of
men they both tied the town in a few
minutes after the insult. It was well
for tinm that they escaped as they did.
thority to the Indian tribes. If the In-
dians can’t punish the high-handed
murderer Uncle Sani can. If the In-
dians lind their little governments ab-
sorbed bv Ihe greater and better gov-
ernment. they can blame il to nothing
lit tin ir own inefficiency.
Call at T. E. Dowell’s shop for first-
class biacksmithiug and wagon wood
work. Mr. Dowell takes pride in the
fact tlie.S his shop does the best work
in the city, and his prices are as low, if
not lower, than can he found else-
House and lot "M north Bickford
avenue Half cash, balance on time.
For further information inquire of
H. A. Franklin.
Of the Condition of the Canadian
County Bant;, El Reno, O. f*., at
the Close of Business, Nov. 22,
Lous Ek-iihoi i. s. H Hoknkr, ..m.Vir
G 11. Kkkkoot. J as. E. Kelso. M, I.tciittorr.
... . i,.,ni. v,,w ynvk ( ItX Midland National Bank, Kansas < ity
Chase National BaoLN. wYoik ^ „ .Louis. Mo. Stock
Exchange Bank, Caldwell, Kansas.
_ ____________.Jl_ .
Best Equipped Laundry in Oklahoma.
EL RENO. OKLAHOMA.
V. O. BOX 33.
H. T. SMITH,
GEO, 1). ORPUT,
: . at
Leans undDUcounts ..........
Furniture and Fixtures.....
$ W2.9H6 nr>
,. 8,316 30
Cueh oil Hand
Due from HnnL
• •' 1 i r I 1-. ir*
. :»*VS.yj 'ii \
The Daily Baulk is the proper pa,
i,„ ,vi. h:u. received word j per in which to publlsiiyour linal proof
............ . notices, if you iloaire to save time-
mil proof can he made at least ten days
earlier than by publishing in a weekly,
and there is no additional cost. Proof
papers will he made out free of cost at
v | • lie* u n< g<
iin;.: for *ae sehoa bonds of this
; Ktfy HYfe failed’ I i business, a ml the
l,M"f -tc ■>. v *• ‘ " I'"* 1"
lit |Ht,r ■'. -A .fifi ,..«V •A'b’J h"1' 11
*114 -189 23
... * 98,000
. 1,474 01
.. 3,61*1 81
Undlvldnd Profits........ ............
1, K. if. Wrljjlit, (’.ishicf of the Canadian G»»uti
ty Bank, do nolernuly ffwear that the above *tnie
meat ia true to ♦ ho bi*>*t of my knowledge and be-
lief. F. II. WIUOftT, Caihler.
Snb>crlb('d aud Mvora "o bofora ina thla 82d <*«y
of November, 1881. H. K. RK'KKII,
[b«ai*J Notary PntoU'a
I expire* httfenriber 3t, 1K91.
Work Contracted to City or Country. Plans
.-met estimates of eo3tof buildings.
SWOT CHOCTAW AVENUE. ««■«. OKI.AIU.MA
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