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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY MORNING, S10PTEMBKR 8, 1803.
ili' I JI I
FULL OF FIGHT.
siLVdn saNATons cettino
ONLY CLOTURE CAli CHOKE 'lM OIF.
Smntor Moreno l.le Minplonn of ll-
rtiiiiliit; ii Plllbintrrer unit llr in i-
miHt Talll for n Month lilt limit
Stepping Teller (nils Iomii
1111 CillM;ilCi uu Hie
VOORHKRI5 BACKS DOWN.
Wamm.voiov, Sept. ? After nil it
may lf neec-asarv to "Ptllv. l '"' "
The silver men are showing inoir fi ;ht
in the somite than it was thought was
left, in them It ha as timed .isin.mv
phases as :: fifteen 11I0, ami ri.'ht
.now the silvr men ui o il iin ; lunch
boasting ill quiet cornel s nvei tun or
thre ; victorn'. I lie hive won
ill svurimr adj'mrnincMt unit exci'iitive
sessions. All sorts and conditions of
dodges arc being resorted to, and t,lu
hitCHt, Senator Morgan's resolution
providing for ;v committee of si-v-n
from each branch of congress to over
haul the entire monetary system, will
riiiiMMiO much valuable lime if the
!.i!-. 'i - na tors can only call it up from
the a endar.
Air Morgan called up his resolution
ns noon as the Ecnato had assembled
ytsi'r'inv morning, and occupied the
tiei ii'itil within a feu In nutes nf
the hoins't fur culisidei.it 111 of the
om hce-. lull.
No -i oner hint .Mr More-. in g il f.tiilv
hi'llu li.'d .m in, speech titan lie us-i-crteil
that full t inn- shonld be taUeii
to debate the linamial quest'i.ii
If en.i'or Morgan joins the r.iiili
1 I 111 fllilmsti rei- and it li'nl.s as if
-m-liua-, his intention - the e can in
tin '.lie pi edietioli as to the date w,in
the senate will vote lie again c-l 1
le-l.iil yest'-rilay his c anil as the
0 1 .lest talker in the 'cnate lie cim
go al'iig, for days if necessary, juit
IIS he did yesterday, liver lie imt for a
vvoid. never repenting hi e'f ainl be
coining" animated only wli-n iti'eresi.
lejri:). to flag.
.lust how many days it will lake for
Mi . t"c art to thoroughly 111 cork- no
one c;;n conjecture 1 1 took anoih r
In.. 1 at spei'Lh-inakitig ycst-r.t.iA a'
terniion. but he did not iret tliron h.
lb hasalready snbmitteii all the -till
lie-, which the s'..vcr men h:.o
gathered and read dreary rc.oits in a
u.o'i"l'iuoiis tone until everybody -ee,
t !.i nself has lieeu tin-.', nut '.' en
1'elYc", who revels in imancial sta is
' e . given " 'il-T. 'c f 1 e-ii.'-l
of Mi u.il't Hut Stewart w.i-t icn'ily
eias wl.11 liMi'lld to I'.'IV. . aul thil
1 an., m 11 itor ui Unit' 1 h mi him
"' lung is iliiiu ;
A ft Of adopting the
i itin e' 's taken
HI ItMtlliltlna for 1 1 O'clock Htniitr
Wasiunotox, Sept ?. When the sen
fit met yeterdny Mr. Cnttom of Illi
nois introduced ti bill, which was re-
ferred to the finance committee, to rs-
lcal nil seta providing for the creation
or maintenance of a sinking fund.
Resolutions wore reported from tho
committee on privileges atld elections
! granting 3." each to .John 11. Alien
I of Washington, Loe Mantle of Mon
' tana and A. I', llccluvith of Wyoming
1 for their time and expense in prose
entintr their claims to sets In the "en
I ate. Th" resolutions were referred to
I the committee on contingent expenses.
'I'll vice president tit 12:23 ocloek
laid I efore the senate the resolution
of Mr. Voorhtees, changing the hour of
the mealing Jti the senate to 11
o'clock. Mr. Voorhces nahl: "Aftor
full and carcfui consultation with the
friends on this side of the clminbr
of the bill to repeal tho
purchasing clause of the Sherman
act, and in whose judgment I have
been accustomed to confide, and wno-o
wishes 1 cannot disregard, 1 will ask
that the resolution go over for the
present, believing that if WO occupy
the time of the senate carefully and
conscientiously that we can make as
much speed perhaps as by its adoption
until at least a later day." The rear
lutiou was therefore livid over.
When the resolution of Mr. Morgan
of Alabama providing for a joint select
committee was laid before the senate,
Mr. Voorhees gnvc notice that ho
would ask and, if necessary, move
that it be referred, to the llnance com
mittee. A sharp debate occurred between
Mr. Voorhees and Mr. Morgun as to
the right of the latter to occupr the
tin,.- Mr. Vurg 111 nsked If the rules
had b -en " hair.'-i d durhi .' his iiVcnee
and whin int.e :n d Jv the chair t I1.1t
thc had not. said he v .is ill in-der.
niidpio1 eili"' to address the si uatc
in -uppo' t ot hi- resii'iutimi
After Mr MoiLMi) had spoken a
fee iiiinut 's Mr. Vo.uluis nnucd and
G. A. R. ESCAHP3EST..
wit 1 tie
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for th i I '
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LEGISUATIVE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Vrtrniii Not (II run tlm frffirenee In
tin Aptinlotinriit or fn'-lir IIIDris nl
Itequlrea by an 'III I .(i.m-
niSliiUr - In- Chirr l,-i..rrt'
Aniiiml ltrp. 11 M my
ltnve Dlcil s.,,, 0 (;(H.
IXDIASAfoi.IS, Inl., Sept. 7 Tho
first session of the national encamp
ment of 4hci. A. 15. legan yesterday
morning at H::n o'l-lock. ns did also tho
flrst session i.f the Woman's Uellef
Corps contention ami the Daughters
of the Hegiment
One of tho ne.st important roports
maile to the uat'ouil encampment
was lhatpf the pe -i.il uninittee on
legislation! by ( tialrman Kcuv. '1'ho
pin pose of the iipnointment of the
committee was tu do something to se-t
cure the enforcement of the
two fcilenri laws, almost totally
disregarded for many years, the first
providing that tlio.se discharged from
military or naval services by reason
of wounds or pi ivutinnn incurred in
the line of duty should have a prefer
ence in the app lintiiient to public of
fices and the other reco amending that
honorali'y di.seli wved men should be
preferred by the business men and
firms of the country for lucrative em
ployment On this subject tho report
v' if m I'it our report to llio na
' ' ' w ' Washtn-ilon. U -' .
. ' 'orj rmurni a bill
.i .5 1 -uli liavo croat ly
1 1 1 1. 1 etnnittloe it.-
1 n 1 ! -. " IismJ la
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1 . . 1 . 1 ' 'i :. in iti ' no
THE 'FRISCO HOLD-UP.
t.iltct AiUlees Temt to Slum Tlmt
Wkt llonn ly Kmiila.re.
St. Riitfld, Mo., Hept. 7. The latest
advices eoneornlnir t'"' hold-117 on the
'Frlaco road tend tu prove that the at
tempted rohbary was commltteil by
the employes of the Kriseo road. Ar
ticles of clothing have been found near
the see no of the robbery, which prove
that the robbora were railroad men.
IMnnock, the onptured robber, was a
former employo of the road, and It Is
believed that his pals are either now,
or have been, in the employ of the
l'mi Aiiinrloiii M. II'd.
VAalItJ0T0., Sept. 7 At the ses
sion of the poii-Aiuorlcan medical con
gress n resolution was adopted re
questing the ltnpeHal secretary of
of Knsluml for IiJdln to tue every
means in his powo. to suppreaH chol
era at Its fountain head 111 that coun
try without Amrot the Mohammedans.
It is believed t lint this would lie tho
most effective means of stamping out
the dread sconimgu President Cleve
land gave tl roaeption to tho de'egntes
and t e ladles tiOdOmpatiying them, in
the Knst room of the White house.
The ladles .assisting the president
were Mrs. Uroahuni, Mrs. Carlisle and
OI'I'K lAt.i ON IIAMl.
. i. i.r'ii ei
mi t t .1-
I 1 V lie
Tlw Ono lliuiitreit )ut)l 11111 Kiii.pUc 1 Out
I y tlir t' ;. .ill.
.sin . , 1. .. S.
hull lcsl'll d tl
yi -.'i rd. iv 1 ic ::
made il.ul 1 11" . 1
h Ii S.nil.cr t 1 1 s;
dec'oed o al lu'.on
the oljeet .011 of sunn
l)i 1.1 icr.it leaders
1 em 11 ii
. ir In.' 1
e ileliac oil 1 u' s
1111 iiineciicnt '. as
ninillee oa 1 ah s nf
so i chair im 11 had
in, in '.- r 'icv 1 '
if thepio 1011 -nl
ivhii II del in te was iicnd
!ir-i ., Li. lutl hut.in'a.
inc ion ni-i'ibersa moritai i-i the
! 1. ,
in the horse
rules 11 n .d
lilltil fsnlu -il 1 y.
- already the
1 ' o,',, n
w . urn 1
I0r-rrt -T -
tu.acd hUapeerh bagnn Tunsdar,.lnK
viched to Mr Tell .-r. of 'Jolouvlo,
who .suggested the abencj of a v to
ram. Tho roll wivs laIKhI and fifty
"iIho senators responded.
TT -- il f rrcatoceof a quorum w
lie 1 tin
Pew-. ' -" utffOiii'Uoiorndo
Uj -k the tie
hot suegest tin alecrei .- ;ni
to ' the purpose ill (I 1 . I I . 1 .
- .. ' '.e cnale 1 , ' h 1 11- 1
I ' 1
enough to ji4-. !y t. 1 . m
that tLcrc be a rpiormn pry.s, ...
the business of Ihu Miiiatu wab
tiunsictcd Ho boUovoil that those.
who ycro ajmouatm tho rupeul of
the ,ui;UlBlljHtH!3r'lglit to discuss
MUtlous of the
Iltw senior iM-na-
while tho debato
VkcWUTiiued to sic inai a quorum was
present, even though U, might incon
venience senators ei!iulaUy if kena
tors who did not jcltev In ropeal
were to be ineonvenlencod anil denied
Ifto usUt-.'flltrlesles of this hitherto
courteous 1 odyT Mr. Toller waa lis
tened to with tho closest attention,
but the declaration drew no reply
from the repeal forces.
Mr. Stewart, then resumed th Uoor
up I read newspaper articles and au
thorities on ni'.itt.Ts ot finance, and
when his voice, slightly failed him
Messrs. Allen of Nchrnbka, Mitchell
of Oregon n.ui tli - reading clerk were
called to h.s assistant'-!.
Mr. Voorhees inquired whether Mr.
, Stewart expected to conclude iast
owning, nuil upon being informed by
the Senator from Nevada that ho pre
ferro I to continue in the morning, Mr.
Vo irhees moved an executive session,
and after a short cxe.-utive session tlnj
I'iikIiiii t:i lliiliiln SurseiiiKi.
WAbitiM.ToN, Sept. 7- Preliminary
papers were sent out y est or ay for
tho appotntuiout of Drs J l'. Uogers,
L. T. Morrcll and C. J. Keynohi, ns
members of the Hoard of Potision lis
uniliihjg Surgeons at Pcabody, K.an.
MllC (incll DtllllRil-
W.ilIN'00N', Jopk 7. -Que hundred
' jd seventy-two thousand ounces of
silver wore offerud to tho treasury
yoatprdayutll to 7IH- The otTcrg
- were declined atltl oountcr offers made
ICilienilllurca limited Itrrolpti
Wabiiinoto.v, 3opt- 7 (lovem-nenl
exKinilltiiro oontluno to cs-'cc.l the
Veceluta. Tho troasury balanco. which
i.h September 1, including the gold
A servo, wns fJ07,ouu,0)0, u now Sio;.
Cliurten l'oter' lliiuiro;
1'oSToniA, Ohio. Kept 7 -The lonjr I
lonkad for personal stitcmcnt of'
, Charles Poster was givon out yever
!.Tl'ir. It shows resources of a faco
value of S0'.'2,sl'i und tin appraised
value of 3U ... T'til liabili ICS
m itti'C of Uie V hole
The ho'ii" adopt. the new to le of ,
rule, ritliiiit a ilivi-i m at ' Ml p lit. ,
and a Ij'iu jed until Saturday.
Ilic 'till l'l.iti) ul Amrrlni,
Wi .iiNolov.Sept. 7 Special Agent
Ay res' imi.-r talked of suppte-s .,1 re
1 nrt on t'n plate ha;, be " e;ivei, out
- ' - department It sio.v-i
1 . ' - di .11,
I " r ' v"
,4s, . . 1' e.,
v,ilcd hJis, 'Ui.rted it'
t j." ' - A' in. I '.Mod !.
jfi, ; " pon..ti, ft
total ot Willi kinds TV.1'-, J. t "!
Hewctnry Carlisle hs ruled llitat black
tilatcs imported and then dipped must
nol be hereafter incU.derl li Mtimat
inf the prodnctioo qt tlqitUbIMlIX5
,s:ttea. .--" ,
',1.. f e'
m 1 1j ;
dui ing t! it t:
crford Ii. llai
jamin !'. IVitler,
Wll .0 oi.r tea !i 1 . .1..
t'n re ti s t ti 1 mi 1 ...,-u
ullimii.' tho r ti :ui 1 II.
liuiiiil.i 1:1.11 ami kn ,-
' "ii I posi cii.irii - 1
( red tli .s a 1
' . n I ' 1 1 it
f 1 '--ni it
,. 11. is . 1 . Id
.si ,)f t urn-
1 e viewed tho
tng tho past
: n to tho
if two lllus
sidciit Un th
an I l.eneial Hen
1 nti'ining he said:
.1.. 1 t 11 is in.- away
After .Ml4onrI II11111I ( iiinpniili.1.
iKI'FKKBON ClTV, Mo . Sent 7 Stato
Treasurer Hteplieus h is 11 ill tied the
prosecuting attorney 1 f i'ettis county
locoiiiineiiceqtio wnrr intoproeeedings
against U10 PettU ' .unity Itonl I ii
vestment company for non-coinpliance
with the law requiring smh corpora
tions to deposit SlOii.noii it), th" state
treasurer before doing husinrs in the
state. If the circuit court sustains
the proceedings, which will result in
a forfeiuire of charter, the court will
t'.pp dnt a receiver to wind up its
tUtairs and distribute its effects.
tr. Ilccsnii round (iiillty.
CittCAt'O. Sept 7.-The report of tho
world's fulr special iiivestirating coin
initteo exonerating Cjiumissioner
Mercer, of Wyoming, of the eharare
of dishonorable, conduct and finding
Commissioner O. Ileesnn, of Okla
homa, guilty of dishonorable, nets,
ns adopted with only one dissenting
V'.ee. 'l'lio commission Miiiiuitnously
adnpted the report of special commit
tee finding Prank I), llighee guilty of
coin. net unworthy a juror of iwa'rds,
ami recommending his iuiuici mte dis
eh:. 'go. '
TI10 ft. I.011I i:tuIUii (,, .nHrf.
ST. IiOL'Is, Mo , Seft 7v Th tenth
annual exposition was ,opci c.l lpst
evening, the mnmiuoth rjusic hill W
ing packed to sufTocatiot, and thee r
ridors and various department of thu
big building being cwded There
were addn sea .by tJuvdrnor V. ,f.
Stone, ex-(lovQrnor Ii. 0. Statin ml,
Mayor Walbridge and othors, in r-
spersed with .Sonsa's Chicngo Marine
band of o musicians.
u'l t'luso who
1 u in - tiio Uto
rit the orflar
.' l w.th tho
' v i"eith
1 .1 i pre-
j 1 'jiuorvitlve
IClllinas Odil Foltinvs Will Do tlm fair.
Topxka, Kan.. Sept, " The c.xecu
tlvo committee of tho grand lodge In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows was
in session hero perfecting arrnnge
nionta for the visit of Kansas Odd I'd
Iowa to tho world's fuir during Odd
Follows' week, beginning September
25. It is now certain that S.IKM) Odd
K. 'In us will do the fulr.
K01tnr4.1l Hair irl-i t.
'.M.tSA, Kai.. Sept 7.- 1. ninntion
mils icttlve.l , esterdatr Ult the r -11-
vs I roads in ti.j (V ertrti Tu&satiger as-
(let I In C lloiittis Ivi-aity In llainllo
Who .May tVlili In Iti't'lOcr.
Cai.iiwki.U Kan., ScpL 7. Sttip
talk Is about the only anhjucl of con
versntlon here. Dan C. liiuorentt.v, n
son of tho commission of the general
land olllce, and Special Agent Poo,
for locating the booths, loft hero
yrsterday for Cameron, K hi wit nud
lllggins, and thence back to Hennes
sey. They have alreidy established
the booths at Stillwater and Orlando.
Mr. Pike and Mr. Cole, from the gen
eral land onteo, are both here. The
former will have charge of the booth
at. Hennessey and the latter at Or
lando. These gentlemen think they
will have no trouble In registering
10,01(11 nt each lnoth within the al
The ofllccrs and sohlhis are cer
tainly doing tlui. duty at this point,
as they round up und bring out a few
sooners and wagons going through
the strip every day. and it looks almost
certain that the strip will be entirely
cleared by opening day.
llniiilri'ilt or I'i,i!h at Klugfldirr Amilt
In ff lite Optmlug.
KiNonsiir.H, Ok , SopL 7. The rush
of home-seekers from the south Is In
creasing daily, nnd hundreds nre stop
ding nt tills point to put their horses
In better condition for the final chnsu.
The latest arrivals at this point nro
tho mounted men from leans, men
that have spent the greater part of
their lives in tho saddle. They pro
known ns the most daring of riders
ami nre superbly minuted for tho
long, hard ride for n homo in the now
The dust and extreme warm weather
Is. proving very discomfiting to many,
and there are deaths daily. A few
days since there were seven deaths
near Hennessey, anil immediately the
report that cholera hid made its ap
penrnnce was ilrculnted, but the
lie.i it less eanar.l did not have the
effect of frightening nny nwny or
deter others from coining.
ITinliylrl-lin Colony Kit Koine.
Wiiiiita, Kan , Sept. 7. About fifty
boomers from Denver camo in hero
yesterday en route to tho strip in ad
vanco of tho big colony of 500 Presby
terians, coining from Colorado to lo
cate In the new country.
Chance tor Clilniuc
Panama, Sept. 7 Tho legislature
of British Uuiana offers a bounty Of
$3.-i a head for 3,o:w Chinamen from
the United States They are wanted
to work under contract on a sugar
l nutation nnd in tho gold nil ties.
A IttinnNIi Hit I isl lit Clilnso.
Ciiic.vnu, gpt 7.-I)r A. II. Wilson
of OougliM, Jfti , fell from a cable
car in tho UiSa'.Ii sfeet tunuel vea
lerd.v after Utoon and was so ludly in
jured that tne tile I at Alcxlnn ltroth-
crs hospital mat evening.
Patiil I'll-J nt r priiicllidd, Mo.
Si'ttixnrtui.n, Mo., Sept ".The ex
plosion of a gas dine stovo yesterday
caused a lire which deattoyud the res
idonce of I)r C Y. WrlghL und fatally
burned Mrs. Wright and 11 1-year-old
IIod'h JInctilHlHtl StrKte.
Ni:w York, Sept. 7 -Tho 900 nm-
'clilnists in the employ of II. 1 1 on & Co.,
printing press manufacturers, struck
yestorday against a 10 per cent en.
. r . mmmm mLi f f
5 1 Jb if ?
OUR. SI-IOEvS T
and lhe HinnW Mittunv
ta- lr.intf of liMttmr
f Im iii)i!f (; Minsli'fi for toxrr. i
,h on tin- It't'l .ttiil cmirr fin tho ti... ,,
iI.h-.h'i t.w, imll ..pi . -,- ti,.ih ilmiifli il u
1 s. 1- at i mt tiui.f Otn -1 . . I...1W uini t
lilennant .is a .it.m.iii. n-.i 1 -hm u ir, imlr- ,,U M1, s and .u . i
mir itrio't an rt -nif .mil mt 11 vuiltnk at nur sii.n.s,
mi II wear iHHhl'ii t'lsi.
r our fuirt. H
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109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINI
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night-
A, G, IHXOh
TJ 11 9
Uuronod lilt Ut-T4
ItocKroau, ill., Hept
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und then ntlempUiJ
7 John Hart,
' ueir this tit,
mil I IU-U 1
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mix ' -the
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ot opr Mull ir um U r
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. ml v' .1 (ti a wel.nt to
. 't'i toe prusaiirs
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-onsen ted to jr'raift.
A Collector Is-liort CSS.S00.
Jori.iN. Mo., Sept. 7. John W. Cal
vin, city collector, has resigned under
a cloud, his books hhnwinif a shortage
the exact amount of which has not
yet been determined. It will, how
ever, be in excess of $S,.",00.
No Miniliiy l'ulr Closlnj;.
Chicago, So. t. :. Apparently Jiuljfe
Oojfpin's order restraining Sunduy
closing of the world's fair will stand
to the end of tho exposition. Judg-e
3wlng to-day. atte. mtur delibera
tion, declined to '.nter fere,
YcU.rnii Miiilval Orlllo llaad.
lloerox, Sopt. 7 John S. Dwijrht,
tho veteran inusieal critic, dlel yee tor
day, ogi'd years.
Kiiiit-i l lly lr;il ii.
I'rlcci were Quoted as follow
uboikl. D2l,o No 3 li.rd wlie.il
third het 1960';o relected Ii rt
H'k.I7i' No 2 red wheat, bfUMc "i
said thero woi
A. It. in Canada,
Hrpulu" ! 1 1 " I n' .-st-.ind'n.
,. , .1 'id 1
ports. I.&.U. l .n. ,
tut year I 11. Ui-
four posts of tho O
ono in the City of Mexico, ono In Hon
olulu and he had received an
application for one at Lima,
in tho republic of Tern. During
tho year just closed thero lma
boon morn culls for relief than in yours
past and the same was lihjrally given.
The ofliciul reports show that fr!77,
Sl.'i.ri? was disbursed by tho various
noaU on the work. The Woman's
Heltef corps had distributed for tle
relief f comrudes, the families of do.
tltute comrades and itie widows nnd
orphans, f:8,8.'ti.87; amount turned
over to post during Hie year, KM, 4U0.
.tO; amount for tnetuorial dujr, M,
i1iiW; makiny a total amount ox
pende 1 for refiaf since orgiiiiuuulen at
6 m :,.'. oa. Tlu oorm had a tolol
liieinbcrbliip of isr,830. su liioroiiso
over last year of over 4.300.
.1 1, it.. -i
the roued wi . .
these rods to Hlia for tn ...,..:
Ute ir igatlo.1 eouveution Weptciu
b rV- -.
"I. cmr vol' v jrwliwa l Ja'.
K 1 '.ban tin. Mo - isejft. 7 The St.
flair county jttd ros 'vho aro 1" con
tempt of lb- 1'nltau tftaiet cuart in
11 fusing to era. r a tax Ut.v to meot
tin- liondd inrtbt. In,-sn of tho
coun' v, tm ! in- 1. -.t tii, 1,. slne the
tmtriioiug of their troubled oemg suti
jccte.l to closi- confinement m jail.
'A--tl" . . St ,'t 7.
. Haling f vinif
iWeme. i' 'i V I'-St'OTt
manner v 1 iilof Mirn,. 1 1
uoininsti l Captain . I, O. H A'.i i-.i-. .w
Mnssa'ii sets at 1- -i nandt 1 t cl.i -f
.i; 1 0 nmi nter ' - --t of
1 1taiu;,'.ali;iy t'o-te w:m a
1,1 aHll Tifl OI ' Htllil'IH,"
'' .f 'i'iiid-o 'kroutrh uie
r (ii ,,
Second Hand Store.
New Goods at 2nd Hand Pric
Sec our Gasoline Stoves they can
beat. Sold right DOWN LOW.
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. bet. First and DWs'on,
"l-irU J ,r ,1 v " J
vo '. re J
wtw.t.-lf'Mi- No 1 red wuo-t .ti ,-M ' I
Conn Was Hrm anil at tttecloi' prk. j mivo
fuliy Ic higher thsn jpct,nlv. Ollorin uo
not l.r.'e and demand wan very brl-i'.: Ku- 1
rclpts of corn M ears, a year K'O Oi cur. Nu I
i mixed corn sold ut 31c, N'u 3 mtxud, 11.4. 1
20' ir No 4 mlxoil, tao; notr-de. .:2io Nu
'. htir. 31 jr. Nu. 3 wiille. 30,.aie. Xo 4
Hlnin, -.vc. shlpcr paid MS36HC (or No
urn 'lue Hem fhis quotation w.a HOinla-lly
87 '.c MU.Ustpr.' river.
KANSAS CITY I.1U STOCK.
KAMSAH Cr, Mo.. Sspt fl-iltle-Ite-celpu,
10,719 calves, .l.Sitf; hlppod yenterdiy.
S.M) calvci IS8 Ta-in-rUot w.is f jlrly -Otive
und Me uly for koU steent und eows coailAO
and Wo.torn hieirr wi-sli UuU and feeder.
sti-oiu. culvvs steady-Texaa steer doll and
11 oak to We tower cows vreaU to lowsr.
Iri-sc(i bror .mil siniinln steers to '04 75
tows umi licifir ti ra3' Texas and indtan
btei rs rj'3iu Texa-. and Indian cows 11753.
10 sti..:.crs i.i.d freders 8i3 50. mixed
Iloui-ltHoeSpts. &; shlpiieij yotciy,
Z.itt! The innrWuv for heavy tiij:i imn stoady
10 ktrcn. lulu, ucllve, btroii; ta 5j hlihor.
1'r.u - r.. .-nl from ?s ir, to5 8.
In 1 li - i"is '-'J n'l'pii'.t . 1 I'.erjiy, H.
t'rii. , .on f ."1 iioi.r tiui n iaa sjpr.n;.
'in 1 . : ni 1't ii-- o l' r. ill .ft. I.JJi lb,
il' 0 a . ." 1 ' .' ,) tii extra
dro.i 'i o ' '.' tiii 1 - .5 a 100 saddle.
good to etr, T5 eJJ Southern mirtr and
geldtn m, SS5 i7.'. Wi'.tir.i r.in 0, unbrcken,
? VI We-ti-rn ivin.cn. t 5 .Tt
S'0111 Rci 1 '.- 1 r, y co el ipmcnts. 'T 0
tnar-'-t or cd sicp wa slron.' others tin-
SLAIN BY GH1NPSE.
Tii eaty-four -leu Jtiincrml ly 1'lrut -
Tiyo Ainurtiiiili Woiiihii I'uiiturril.
Victoria, II. C Se;it. 7 Particulars
of the set.ure of a -teutner andinas
sere of the pnsseiipiTh and crew by
l hiiiese pirates liuvo been received bv
the steamship Ltupn-ssof China.
The steamer was the prlvnts rrop.
crty of tho Uitucso consul at i'onantr.
Twenty-four men aboard were intir
dcivd and fifteen seriously injured and
f.0,0011 fell into the lunds qf Ute
pirates A Mr. Alexander of Brooklyn
Vas unto ii),' the Ul.lod.
Two t'hineso and two American
womon were carried off by the plratus.
Kightoen passengers wlio oscaped tho
murderous atiult of tho pirates over
crowded cne of ilia ships boats and
"Attam-., iv o'lniJ't.
irrc.it halt. 1 '1 1-1 it Hi. .
then withdrew i..l ilinsi.
9 19UI l.UOOi
vSADDLES FROM $2.50 UP. .
IntH A. VVsll.rr
f fnilianitpolis. w
ail See ti.
.Mure 'sroc for Itio .1Iluc.
.iKiTKnsoN' City, ilo., Sept. 7. Two
liundrod nnd sixty niroes, nicii and
women, passed through thi city yc
tordtiy, en route from tho state of
Alubann to Yale, Kan., whero it Is
said thov arc to be put to work In the
cottl mines in place of tho union
Donvnr tiixl Itln lliunilo ISitru titR.
Dkhyeh, Col , Sept 7. The oiiriiings
of thu Denver and KloOrnndo railroad
woro for August ,100,300, :i doorcase
from the same period of lust year of
Wat, TOO. The earnings .since .Inly 1
nro SMa, 191. a decrease ot &7S,M5
from Inst, year. '
then elected senitii' ,-. commaudir, I roenibt I
and J. C. JUraer of Tts. was altcly !
Willt'k' Ysrtit Vloturliiiu..
LOMios, Kept. 7 The first pf o
(our races for the international jfold
pup given b the Hoyai Vlctoiin Yacht
plub was bided to-day The oontei
tants were tli.- I'nnce of Wales' yacht
llritannu i""l t'i" Kavahoo. Tho
HAI II I
Itzcl, jr .
nil Trtr" Dead.
Kept. 7. Adam
nd composer, oicd
mptkm. Itzcl wus
wn by his roiuic
No Moro lliutikut Itttej.
Ciiicaoo, SopU 7. Newspaper and
hotel moil's p'rti' rtonrsloiis to tho
world's, fair ura to be discontinued
over tlie Westorn roads. That de
cision wus arrived at by a meeting
of Uia Northwestern committee yes
Cheap ltnlui lur Iho Him keyeii.
Ciiiuaoo, Sejtt, 7. A rate of ono
fnre for the round trip from nil points
In Iowa to Chicago nnd rnr lias
been uttthorUod by te Western I'ns
seuger nssQciation for Iowa's oelebra
In t the world's fair September 90
l inioutivl lUnk Kobtjor Oiiui;lit.
Ciiicaoo, Hept 7. Ono li V. Ward
suspected to btf Kugonu Cr.iniskoy, one
of llio ullcged robbers of the TawJcy
bank ut I'oughkuopste, N. Y., is under
arrost here. Tho bank wns plundered
of 9S1.00J in government bonts. -
Slany Convert, ltumnlnir AVork.
Urns York. Sept 7. Noticci of ru
qiunptlon in various parts of tho Bust
orn and Middlo stntes uonUnuo to
ooino In- Concerns omployiug 10,000
men liuvo given notice of resuming
work within the noxt ton days.
cd junior vice CQmmandur.wlVHuuVi v
.1.0. II. Adams, tho ngw command-ffin-chicf,
was born In 18U. in 1861
tinllsU'd In Major Hen l'crloy l'oores'
vl llo bnltalloti, which was llienucKu. of
tlm Nlnotccnth Massachusetts regi
ment. He was promoted to a captain
for his valor lie participated in ovary
battle of the army of the l'otomac, in
which liis rctrimrnt was outraged
At Frederick burg he saved tho
colors from capture after eight onlor
bearers lisd been killed, (le wus
captured In I HO I nnd held prisoner for
nine months He htt held bvrnl
utJke of trust since the close of the
vur, nm Is now s, rKcnt-at-arms ot
Iho commonwealth lie has always
boon netive In the work of the (i A.
ii, and hnb been a delegate to the last
twelve national encampment.
Major William McICinloy. jr. spoke
to a gathering of 3,'itW enthusiastic U,
A. H. men at Armstrong park.
you get our pi,
'- l.;g C(ill.ii.
o mm S:
A full line of Ijooki?. Siatrn.
Su. pKt-s '
ys on nana.
H. A. LiOYLE,PT.pru:ti.r.
Stutui of tlm Xiulivllla Htrllcc,
Louisvili.k, Ky., Sopt. 7. Tho
strike of tho shop-men of tho Louis
vlllo and Nashville road continues
with luit litt'e change In the situaf on.
"the shops remain closed and the men
keep uway from them.
WoitCKSTKit, Mass., Sept. 7 The
st.-iln nrohibiliun cunvcnliun assomblod
cre yesterday. The following ticket I
was nominated by acclamation: I
l.icutciiaiit irovcrnor, u i. siiiuiii;
secretary of state. Stiniuol IS. Shap
leigh; treasurer. Wllljort II. Vurnlinin.
jr. ; niiditnr, Alfred II. Kvaus; attorney
general. Itobert !'. Haymoiid,
LOOK HERE I
ii iiiissiii iisi i i " "
Tin. St. I.oilU Ki'iuilillo t'CH'.
The "twico-a-weeH" SV Louis, Uo
public will Up sAVit free for ono year to
uay porban sonding a club of four new
yearly subscribers, with four dallurs
to pay for tho saino. Tho llep;iblic
goes evory whoro and Is the most pop
ulnr paper published hi Amorica. Its
rcadors got tho news half u week
earlier than It can bo had from any
weekly, while its lltoiary, agricul
tural und other departments arc un
surpassed. It tills tho wants of every
member of tho family, and should be
read In every household. You con get
four iihiv suheuribcrlbors for It by a
I a few minutes' effort Try It at once
and sec how easily it can uo uone. ii
you wish a package of samplo copies
write for Uiem Cut out tills adver
tisement atii Knd with your order.
Aiders 'l' U i'ul'1 '. st Louis, Mo.
rtr TtTTttr ' I
If vou ure In wautof the Celebrated Clncinnntl Safe, Fire or
or Fire and llurglar I'roof; t ,
If you are In want of the Celebrated American Helpmate. lie
Homo Sewing Machine;
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m . i a until mi' i nu i triiii mi i-iiiiiiiix. i in
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Traveler, tho 2iaw Mail and the Iload Queon llioycles, at i
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THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in the CITS
Rates $1.25 Per D?v. Board Reasop
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cry at V n.
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