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title: 'The Guthrie daily leader. (Guthrie, Okla.) 1893-1996, September 23, 1893, Image 1',
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ADAM'S ALE YIELDED DY THE
JOLLIFICATION OYER A RAINFALL.
XtMVllniikllsliibllalicilitt the New Town
A Lumber I'miilne On Note fr.nn
n ISei-jr lltirg.
Terry hud a jjranel jnb'.Ieo ycUer
dny. Huns were llre.1, sonsrs sun;
mill theru was a grain! street parade
of tlie Salvation Army. All this wus
over a few drops of rain, which eoolcd
I he iAv and laid the dust. Once more
OlcltiLomii was herself nc-am unit her
old-time citizens were soon recog
nized, as soap and water were freely
ued "after the rain." Loads of lum
ber arrived last evening. This morn
ing every teamster has a job hauling,
and 1.000 carpenters are bounding the
hummer. Over three hundred tents
disappeared this morning and founda
tions for good business houses were
commenced. Kverybody is busy this
inorni.ig ami the politicians are wait
ing for the governor's proclamation
calling for a city election so that
Pretty 1'erry can have o good olty
government to head her prospctity.
.!. V. Johnston, the pioneer furnl
tme ninu of Wltiflcld and Uulhrie was
the first to open up a furniture store
and liis many friends are glad to bee
him. He located one of the best busi
ness lots of 11 street, near the L S.
land olllcc corner.
Colonel .Mm Kelly, of Pratt Center,
Kansas, viewed the multitude of busy
bees yestenluy and immediately took
the train to pack up his printing out
lit. Cool and clear water has bci u found
in the numerous wells dug in block 15
and td. M'ssis. K. H. Martin & lira,
are running wagons from their well
ml nro selling water at ".'."i cents per
barrol or 5 rents per bucket. Water
will be as heap as dirt in a few days.
A widow women of Outhrio owns con
siderable r.;al estate in the Cherokee
(.trip and i i fortunate to have no con
test. She rode in a bugpy fourteen
miles northwest of Orlando and lo
cated on n good claim, then returned
to l'eny and to urcd two resident lots
lifter whit h she purchased a business
lot. She now his many admirers on
account of her rustling powers.
The reghtcr and receiver of the lT.
S. land olllee refuse, to make entry of
Mings bent by special delivery through
the mails. They are etiirned to the
i'osltna&ior Drneo has live clerks and
linen are vacated in a short time.
Fran I; Allen and Long Shorty have
the best equipped saloon in Perry,
jii it south of the postolUe.
Tucljer and Jlutst. two (luthric
printers on their way to Chicago, nr
riwd last night at it o'clock on their
iiicyeli's, viewed the city and started
north uurly tills morning. They left
Huthric yeclcrday at 3:30.
The .Hank of Perry will open its
doors lliis morning. Cupital, S.10,000.
J'lesident Frank K. Uobinson is from
Winiield and Cashier Fred W7 Farrnr
1 from Aikansas City. This bank is
located nm tli o the Ulcliaulson bank.
A train load of lumber pulled into
Vcrry yesterday at 10 o'clock and was
diet by 2,'i00 people and 100 men were
iMigngeil to unload it.
Tlio county cllicers nro located in
tents all over the city and ure an
Sou.sly waiting for the commissioners
to lit unpointed so a, to erect them a
eourt house in the square. County
Clerk lllaehhuru lias his bond reiuly
to liie. County Treasurer Ilarralson
ha tiled his bond of 75,000 with the
governor, lie has SI, 103 in his pos
M'tslon for liquor licenses Tlw pro
bata court is buuy holding court on
You can gt pleqty to cat and
drink at your own prl.-u at IVrry.
The maddest and best tliciscd lady
in I'eny is Miss May .Soli null. She lo
en ted a good buwiucss lot and a man
told her to get ott or ho would kill
lior. She emigrated and says she
wlslu'il lif knew thea what him does
now. Site has been engaged ao ste
nographer for Wedt I'erry.
Lemonude stands ura disappearing
nnJ pop peddlers have emit.
A d'spatch has been received for
Fred Mailman trim Eureka, Kan.,
that his baby is dead. It will be
nicked up at the postolllce.
Leave your names for telegraph de
livery nt Overstroet, Wallace & Fil
soil's tml, southwest corner of the
J a nd olllee.
j'ulibt brewing company took in
taSrt last Monday.. 'J'hclr lumber ar
rlvod this morn' tig for a largo utire
t'ol H. V. Swartz of tho Newton
lumber company says that twenty
1 timber firm were recorded up to this
time. Tha Southern dealers havo a
Jitt'e the best of it. as their lumbsr Is
totdetracked nearest to Terry and will
be pushed forward flr3t.
I'ecnlUi ("M Kiint i.i.i In a 1'imni)'.
jiiIii (nil .Mine
Wit KKSliAllUK, Pa., Sept. 22. lly the
carelessness of a mine foreman an ex
ploston of gas was caused In a Plym
outh mine jcslcrday afternoon in
which live men were killed and six In
jured. The accident occurred in the Lany
So. 11 colliery of the Lehigh it Wilkes
b.irro Coal company, ut Plymouth,
two miles from this city, nnd was one
of tho most peculiar ever known in tho
anthracite regions Two miners,
Flannigan and .tones, were building a
high stono wall nt one cud of tho
J, 000-foot gangway in order to reverse
ail air current. 1). W. Jones unci Wil
liam Jones, two rock contractors, were
fuporintending the building of un air
shaft i.lxty feet deep which was being
bunk from the gangway to the work
While theso men were working As
sistant Mlno Inspector Lighty de
scended the mnin shaft to inspect the
works. He had a naked lamp on his
cap and pa sod a ong tho gangway
and down an inner slope on his way
to the main or cooper gangway. lie
had not entered hero more than twen
ty ,avds when Ills naked lamp ignited
the gas nnd a terrific exp osion oc
curred. Tho force of the explosion
swept everything before it and was so
great that tho rush of air passing
along tho gangway tore down tho
high walls tlie masons were building,
crushing Flannigan and Owen .lone
At tho same, time tho workmen in the
shaft were struck clown by a mnss of
rock and timbers, shaken from the
sides by tlie force, of tlie blaze. 1). M.
Jones and William Jones were both
instantly killed, and many of tho
rockmcu and laborers at worlt with
thpin bustninod more! or less severe
Injuries Foreman Llghty's body wus
hurled from side to sldtiof the pTssagi
and burned and charred beyond rccog.
A I'cimIciii Frtiiitl.
Wichita, Kan., K. pt. 22. Jean Hon
nettl, a Frenchman, was arrested hero
last night by a deputy Unite 1 States
marshal, charged with frudulently
drawing a pension for years, lie suc
cessfully obtained niouey from every
quarter by impsr.sonuting a de-id
brother, who was si soldier. The
fraud was given away by h's wife, j
with whom lie Iia I u quarrel recently,
which ciusu I ilu'ir separation and the
existence of a very bitter feeling be
Viitoil Aeulnt tlis iii net Ion.
Omkiia, Nob, Sept. 2?. The Fnion
Pacific e.nployes have voted not to
submit to the cut in wages proposed
by the officials of the road. Tlie votes
of hearly l.'iOOl men have been
counted, t))o Kansas division being
tho last one to get in. Outside of the
Nebraska division, which covers tho
territory between Omaha and Denver,
the votes are practically unanimous
against any cut whatever nnd over
whelmingly in favor of federation.
Mo , Sc t.
-" - , "! -
The blx counterfeiters recently ar
rested in Callaway county, were given
a preliminary hearing at Mils' placo
before the Flitted States commission,
ers yesterd ly. ami bound over for
trial October 0. There Is a btroug
cjiso against lliem, and chances for
conviction are good.
liirrM.l tho I'orfr.
Topi'.ka. Kan., Sept. 22 Owing to
the increased (wight Irnljlc on the
Salltn Ft- SVitlMil. u forpo nt klvli' ml. I
ditioual meclrinics was added to the
shops in this city yesterday, and it is
said by the otficialh that other men
will lie employed by October 1 in car
riqisiring and oilier departments.
Union town, P.i , is practically put
of witer, the result of he long
A good, soaking rain has fallen In
every nook and corner of Wisconsin.
heavy enough to completely squelch '
die lorest mes.
Arthur L. Hill, an ox-Columbian
guard, and three others, arc held at
Chicago, on the charge of luing con
cerned In the murder of John Switch,
who was killed in a saloon.
A heavy rain and thumlor storm
pxssed over Madison, Wis., which at
t lined tins force of a tornado over a
strip about two blockl wide, doing
Fivu hundred labiring men who arc
absolutely starving have, arrived by
th ) Atlantic Sr. Paciti - road at Mojavc.
Tue men claim to bo from the Cliero
ltci strip, but nothing is definitely
Va f'cit roll, proprietor of tho. Hotel
IV la Plua. Monterey, Mex , who wus
arrested u few daysagq tin achar.ro of
attempting to murder and --Jf j.
wealthy Herman Jew, has been sen
tenced to be shot.
In ordor to more effectual y break
up the s uuggllng of opium nnd Ccls
Hals into tho United States in the vl
rlnlt of Paget Sound, Secretary Car
lisle) has deetded to semi two more
reyenno cutters to that point.
Monsignor Satqlll has returned to
Washington after, his long tour
through tho West and Northwest. A
to the messages recently received bv
him from the pope, ho said they were
of II private ualuic.
The casu against President Potter
of the defunct Muvcrlak bank, of llos
ton. came to nn abru it termination
by Hie judge dismissing it, declaring
there ivu no evidence upon which to
An official statpment of the pension
buicau shows tlio tolal number of
pensions granted clnrc March , issn,
US5.'.a 0( thesn 4,128 were issuoc)
since August 20, of wjilch 1.712 wero
original and l.ti'7 IncruaBes,
At Toronto. Ark , tlie dUcovory was
untlo o( tho horrible butchery by
Hubert Itrlseoe. a colored man, of his
wife w-ho had boon sitting up with tlio
corpse of a child against his wishes,
Ju beat her head to a jelly with tho
butt oud of a shotgun
invitations ivili b? sept out from
Pittsburg to the labor organisations
throughout th country asking that
delegates be sent thereto a conven
tion to consider Mr. T. V. Vowderly'8
scliemo of consolidating all the na
tional labor organizations in one body
for political action.
SILVER m SCORE.
MR, VOORHEES IS KNOCKED OUT.
lip AtltlnpU lo I'oica n Vule oi the
llriipal 11111 liter a Hot llrliatn II
l Cuinnellril to .Muiiiltiii tlio
Attempt Th Antl Itt'iicilrrt
Ar Prcparril lo right to
the l..l lllltli.
Wasiiinoion. Sept ;. Yesteiday
In the senate was the most exciting of
thr picscnl session, .mil Ihedetermiuii
lion of the opponents of icpeal to
debute tlio measme to their hcait's
content was made manifest.
Mr Piatt ofTorcd the lesolutton for
a cloliiic of which he gave notice last
Tuesday. Tlie rulcsof thesenate, Mr.
PUtt said, ought U fueiliute the
traijsaction of husines. Tin. nropo
sition would not be denied that the
rules of the senate, as they stood to
day, made it almost or entirely impos
sible to trausjet business
The senate wus fast losing the re
sr.cet of the people. It was fast being
considered u bo.ly that cxMcd for the
purpose of retarding and obstructing
legislation If a vote on tlie repeal
bill was to be reached n vote on tlie
clotuie must lie forced, lie oil'ered
the icsolittion in good faith, bi-ln-viug
that it was practically the only way
by which a vole could' be reached on
tho repeal hill.
Mr. Hoar th. night lh.it Mr Piatt's
resolution was open lo criticism in
that it gave the vice president (who
was not even a uicmheY of the senate)
the powet of dclciniiuiiig action of
the M-nute itself- a owei of fixing a
clay of closing debit ami a clay to
take a vote. He did not think that
the senate ought to impose that duty
on the vice pies d -nt
Mr. Lodge said that the scu.ilor
Irom Idaho who had command of Hit1
silver fences in the senate (Mr. l)u
boisl hud staled the day before yes
tcr.kiy, in his humorous way, that he
(Mr. Lodge) had been "beating the
drum' for the foiccs of repeal. Ho
was pci feet ly willing that tii.it should
be so, (or lielicv.ng that tho time (or
action had arrived, it seemed to him
that, nt the moment of action, a drum
bi'at was more appropriate than con
versation. He believed strongly in
the pr in ip'c of Mr. l'l ill's resolution
Mr. White then addressed thesenate
on the icreal bill.
When Mr. White concluded Mr.
IJeorge. who was en I tied lo tli3 lloor.
siiid u prpfercd logo on to clay, being
l. Mr. Voorhees said; -Mr. Presir
dent, if there is no further debate pro
posed the next thin r is a vole. I move
the pending amendment (offered by
Mr Poller) be laid on the tabic and
on tlial motion 1 ask foi ttjc yeas ami
rending that motion Jcjnes of Ar
kansas, moved adjournment. Mr.
Voorhees could not see that anybody
had a higher right to tho lloor than
himself and renewed his motion.
Pendipg that motion Mr Hullcr
moved ap executive scssi n, Mr. Jones
having withdrawn his motion lo ad-
Journ. Mr. Voorhees lose to a par
iamcit;iry inquiry whether before
the question wits put on Mr. Jiutler's.
motion lie was not entitled to huve a
vote on his motion to lay tho pending
amendment on the table. After hav
ing the rule read the vice president
decided Mr. Itutlcr'.s motion was in
Mr. Vooihccs expressed the hope
(.lip motion would be votec'elowu.
'J iu is, fm- tie senate loelelerminc, .
said tlip yiti-' prusidcn.
Mr. ltutler rose to u parliamentary '
tneieltre.. A ctnnn nf pt.f'illi, e rii'tl,,,
1..j. .. vh... ... ... ..c v...v.
came from tlie repeal men.
'1 am In '
order," retorted Mr. Hullcr. "I rise
to a parliaineiitAry ejueslion."
"'lliat is always in order,"' the vice
Mr. Jlutler's. incpiiry was whether
there was any executive business be
foie the ;unalp The cjialr so under
stood. Mr. Teller su 'rested ibo absence of
nqiioruiu. The oil was called and
II. tv tlve senators ics, oiidcd. I
Mr. Wolcott then moved that the '
senate adjourn. On thl motion tho
jeas and 11a, s were tahen anil the
senat refused to adjourn yeas ill, I
Mr. llut'er renewed bin ipotlon tf rq
into oitvutivo sestiou, wh eh was
voted do n yenx SO, riavs III. Mr.
Teller moved the senate 1 1 adjourn
anil Mr. Voorhers-tiijalii ashed tor n
yote on the pcnd.nx'nmci.diiicul
i'ller said Mr. Yooihces had
what had uevci be fore lt-c) duiii' ii
the senate. An umeiidment hut In
collateral to the question before the
senate was lo be voted upon without
notice, with a preut number of cn
ators absent unel 11 rood many otlicrw
wlio desirod tosncalc.
Mr. Voo bees dcnliid lip hid been
unfair. As for criticsni of hlipiolf he
intended plainly, frauhly and fpar-
lewslv to do his duty as he, understood
it aid take the eonsafiuiuicc'i.,
After aiore discusvon c.f this hind
Mr. Voorhe s witlidrcw his motion
that the p iielinjf ametidiuenl bo laid
tabic, nnd Mr. 'leilci witiuiiew
his motion to adjourn.
!-. Toller said tf the senate desired
to ijo on to-n!ifht, w Cur as lio was
concerned ho was perfectly wllliiif.
Thero wou14kLc found someone teaily
to debate the iiupstion until dubale
wasclinuste-il If Hie set ..to saw tit
p force anil there was a majirlty
tiere tp ilo i'. niilht soss.ons. Ihe o
poneutB of rerpiH (lullU'P irady Ui
ttebute tho question lie hue) t(c loll
eallod because he hncw it wijs one of
the obstructive measure'. IliauU Uoil, j
that were left to lu minority. Iu
had made the mot'oii to iidjouin for
the s-jinc purpose, I
Did the man frcm Iudlana nnd the
people he represented suppose that he
could bulhlozo the American senate
and violate i;s trnilltion with im
piinity? If he did, ho (Mr Teller)
would toll him (havlnjr Imil n expe
rience in Hie senate) uutcdulintr Mr
Voorheesl, that it never had been
done and never could be done. The
opponent of repeal, If they were not
SATURDAY MOWS INC.,
tieitteel lairlv we-rr lesource-'nl
eliolwli mill lirnve- t-noiif.i in tnKo
such -tcps as tli' mil u ,tv Llnau
could tike and vvhic-ii tlr,,' we'l rfne'w
how to take to protect their rig! t.
Mr. Hill inquired wlint objoction
tliere was to voting on the pouclinir
nniMidiiienl nnd then udjonrnlmr until
'I have never road tho amendment
nor heard It read nnd 1 want to speak
on It," said Mr. Morgan.
Air. Voorhees asked if there was
any time In the enlantler whin the
opponents of repeal would ngrec to
lake a vote on tiny proposition con
nected with tho subject.
Mr. Teller asked Mr. Stewart lo
whom the question was directed
Mr. Stewart drifted oft Into a gen
eral discussion until Mr Voorhees
reoealed his question.
"My opinion Is that you havj asked
the question entirely toopreumtnroly,"
.said Mr. Stewart, and tho lnfeetloiw
laughter went from tho lUr to tho
galleries until several sharp rn of
the gavel restoicd order.
Mr. Voorhees said the senator from
Colorado had snld in some'forincr de
bate there were HCteMi senntors who
wanted lo speak. Would he ngrc
that after fifteen days' deb.itc- na
clay to each senator -jti vote should be
Mr. Teller did not feel nuthnrised
to speak for oilier bunutois
Mr. Voorhees thru put it in the form
of a request for unanimous eminent
thai deli ite terminate in tlflem dais,
to which Mr. Wolcott of Colorado, ob
Mr Palmer, Domocrat. of lll'r.oi"
took excentlons lo somo of t'ie re
marks of Mr. Morgan and was in turn '
interrupted bv Mr. PetVer With the
question if before his e'eetlon lie hid
not pledged himself in fnvor of tho
Ireo coinage of silver. .Mr. Palmar I
had heard that before, and it was no' I
At 7:1", Mr. Vooihccs move, to e;o
Into executive tossion, and al ;-.?,:, the
bulMtltUtn Im lliti C.oirjr l.l l
Wasiiimiiov. Sept. 2-' -Tli. ""Suv
iiniiee on ion-mil iiiiiuis huh vevoirvj..
oiiy to coiisiot-r i in .I'creiry suo" ..
tutu for the Chineit: act 'I lie d t
cilssion developed tho fact that every
inemlicr of ihe commitleo favored the
extension of lime for six mouths with
tho possible exception of Mr. Heavy.
The hitter gave notice he would olfer
an amendment providing fir identifi
cation by photographs. Tli? co-mnit-tee
udj'jurncd without action.
Work on tho 'iHilir.
Wasih.noton, Sept. '."J Chairmen
Wi'son of the ways and means com
mittee, yesterday announced the li-u.
ocratic members of tho oom-iiitlee
Would at onco commence, work op a
pew tariff bill. At tl(u conclusion of
the public hearings Mr. Keed made a
piotlou that tin; hearings be co .nuocd
for two wcclcs. but this idoMm a, -"; J'.'' "l, 'rT '' m
promptly voted down by tho iMtortavr- l9. f ' . " ' ' " -
r T' ' ipotm Mail yrtc relay purch el Uv
l.l..r,B l.,i.erlr lor tVlc-Mcn. j Allu tapper, who Ui.M for ' e ist
Wakiiinotov. c..t. 2i J. H. Mo- iiireycnrs Ivon with the capital. Itt.
C'ciy of Kansas unci (Mdnho 11 v, has 1
been tippomted Cliinose inspector of
V1ch1t.1. The pi tree pays SI a d ly.
TERRIFIC THUNDER bTORM.
Itiinf r Mil' Art ISiilnl.n; nt (tin Wiu-Iil'ie
I'.elr II 11I J rci-kuil.
('inc.iao, Sept A le'irifle thuu
der storm brol.e ever tho world'ti fair
last night. The roof of the Russian
section in the art bui elin was ludly
wrccUcel and il iss hi the s!c)u'lit
j was broheu thioivu in the room be
, nealh, fill I in;.' against frames and p u-
1 11 res and doln-f s me diimigo 'lhe
j rain poured into the section, but tho
re department turned out with tur
pauliiiH, cpicied tlie roof and secured
1 the url property aRiilnst damage by
j water. Ail the other building's
weaincreii in. storm
Miiinliiisr at (ir.iinl I'eirli, N. II.
Hl'.AMi 1'oitits. N. I), Sept 12
I (irnnd I'oiki is in lhe Hiroeti of in
tense e Element over a case of justi II-
j ibe huinicldt-'i which ei?cMirrei shortly
uf tor dnylicrhl this inoriiln. The man
who did tho bliootintr was M. i
Murphy, president of tlio Statu b.uiU
of Ueynold', who Instantly hilled
Charles Linlc at 7:30. Link lud at
tempted to assault Murphy's 0-ycar-old
dautjhter, about three week's. ni;o
and liealii nilit before last
A Cjuueriil htrllce 1'rjillclol,
T1411111: IlAiutj, I ml, Mupt. ;'i -Hrand
Master S.iriront, of the t'lreinan's
Ilrutherhood, who ivfirtied yesterday
from Cincinnati, whrro he nttended
the fruitless conference! with Presi
dent Inf-.tlls relative to revokluj the
cut in want's 1 rdercil says he believe,
there will hi a general ntrl.ee of all
feilortpil employes 0:1 tin rotd by to
nlpht Ktllf-il hy l. luiinilii.
AlAltsiiAii.. SIo , hept ."! -A man
iiniiuill Milt Hurrbi wus instantlv
killed, near Xelsou wh,fo worulpir
...1,1. .lnnl,ilfi tvlittrll lint, ll.tlll- llQft.1
,. .... y ..- - -.-.0 -
fn ci)parncr tlu fio'il of slumps. 1'horo
wan a preinaturo e.xplonlou, and a
fuirt of the sunup struck him on the
lead, mashing in tlio skull.
Atiuiist Ullleil III. Ilaby.
Sm.ioMAX, Mo., Se'pt ','i - ll.irrel
JJamiiiois, who liven near WuMibm-n,
a faw inlps noL.tl o: iorp. cjiinu h.i no
last ntjjht drunlt iid il it maj rp-'l
. Hirciy a ilass tunililpr ut hi wife,
mUsim hpr nipl httiii(" Ids babe oa
! the head, nearly Id Injr it llanin.-. 5
is now under arrest without bail.
li I'ar In Ilia I .unit.
Chicago, Sept 'j;. FranU lvesatraln
deinonslrated Ills ability lo lead thu
, JJnffllsli cliauipim Holieits r, mtttry
chase whon heoloodlastnlght's','amo
of tliu billiard contest with a total of
4,001 points so far made, louvlnj the
man from over tho water with a total.
of but i. MH).
San Iu.jcis,og, SopU ?.. -It la
Mated that spspunaeil mluos in Col
lado, I'tul) and Montana owe tho San
r'raneUoo powder company upward of
301.001). which it U iinposilbln lo coj
)ct. llenucsU for payment ure an
swered with 'Ho i'j Clevelauel "
A Muiled I'.i iiirr ' ii clil
Sf.ua i a, Mo , Sept.
nitihm. a wealth; und prominent
faifntr upi stochmnu of thin county,
committed suicide by liaiit'lnf,' i ester
day afternoon at ills home, eight miles
south uf Suillhtot),
yMI'TKM.HKJi ii'., 1803.
QOT Al 1. nn
Tim Mlnrr II lli.n .,. I
iitiiiiit iii i iitoitr
I -lint t hi .! ! ,11 on i y llrrocrrwil.
( me fici, Se t v--Tho big Hani
' coi k, Mich., evpioss mbljcry is nt nil
rod. The detectives have censed their
work, the evidence is all in, the molicv
j located ni-il till the robbers in restod.
I They will In- brought up for rxttmiuu
j Hon in tho court at M.irqiiolto, Mich.,
i Saturday, nnd the money will be pro
duce. I in (unit us evident',1
The i-iihb rs are V. I lloinn of Mar
quette. Mieh , nn express manager,
i who wnt the r.rigii'titor of the con
pirncy: Diuiinieit llogmi. his brother,
I who was the express mes-tenger oo tho
train that wns robbed. Jack King, the
I champion of the United St itcs nt the
(ornish ulylo of w rcstlin,; Ju,k lint
I lcr, of Murquotte Mi, Ii , nn ml round
crook, and Uerrge La l.ibcijv'. ii,i ts
; railroail stnkei. '
TUB BRECKINRIDGE SCANDAL.
iiciuurrrr l lieu ijr fir ll.ilsn.l nit I,
I (Mirrei nl lir Hit. '0"t.
I WsitiMirn Sept ;. Th.. ease oT
, M ss Madaliii- P,i hud against Con
ri'C'Muan lrpJ(imidM ef Kentucky,
eanic up yesterd iv I. f ,re Jni, Cnx
on the dcinutri-r tiled l,y tlu. ,t..
fendaiit, ullegitijr the dp la.ati-.uwas
bud in bulisluni'i'. The nri'ler was
brlellv argued bv V.n ill Tolten, nn
beh-ilf of Congressin'in r.r.'rkinridgr,
nnd by Jere M. i!sou mid ('.idoron
Cal lisle for M if s Pol bird Judgi Cox
disposed of the matter in very few
words and overruled th. defen Inn!.'
demurrer. Mr Wi'son therein un
prepared nn order which ,liHo;o (ox
.igni'd reeiiiiinr the defend ml to
plead lo the dt'cl.'iiati ill within lliree
s, liooner In litirro Cl.11,4
1111. 1 lrl IVrtniM Dte.ttti.
llosrnN, l'pt. V Tl.e steamer
Pulatine, which nrrivcl vesteielay
from Muntaii.a, brought the survivors
trom the wicck nf the Itiitlsh sohoou-
yr melinere which capsirccl by n sud
den squall w lion locate -n miles from
Mobile. The vessel was b 11111.I to that
i port from Key West I here were
eight persons incliidinir tlie cplniu's
wife. Those who pei ished weie;
I Captain John Char. ton of Port Iconic,
X C , Mis. Certnitle (hnillon. Mate
1 Triieni.ili Holmes of Aiiirtiull'. X. ('.,
I Henry Sand. e-nk ol Aiinap dis,
Hanicl August, sm 11,111 of II ivre.
Aiinv ol tlio Cittiilifi 1 mil.
Cii.vki. M), O., Scipt ". At the
business session of the society of Hie
Aiinv of the Ciimbeilmid, Seigeunt ,
11 J Alton of Kan,n4iun Cnlonel I.
Sililiilioliil'. of MiSMHlll, Weie ''livtltl
ru pu sib nt. htttano g.i was m .
lecurcl as th not plate of m;. iff. 1
editor and proprietor. Kit. nit A. Hoot,
ictlrcs niter forty yearn' continuous
service in iieispurer work.
DANCED AND LUPNED,
tlorrlli 1'ulr er tlio Jteiro t Im Ciiusntl
tlie llo mil i lr.l(,e.lj,
Kuwoi.i., Vn., Se t '?. Twenty
men look the negro Smi.h f r .m Po
lice 1 an Jtiuii,! at 4 o'clock this morn
iui, and liaued him t a Velcory
limb. They then 11. led his body with
liullets and le t it placard sayiu:
"'I his is Mayor Trout's friend."
A coroner's jury of business men
was summoned qne yiotv-J-l tho body
lf tho nutrro nnd rendered a verdict of
death at Hie hands of unknown men.
Thousand:, of people visited the scene
j-of the lynchimr lietween daylight and
SsfiO o'clock, when tlie benly was cut
down. After the jury completed its
work, tho InJy w;ts placcel in tu
hands of otll -ers, wlio woro luiali'o to
Huop back tlio mob. Threo hundred
1 men tried to ilrofj tlio body through
, the htroetis of the town, but thu Hov.
Dr. .Cunpbull of the Firt l'resby
teriau church, and Captain 11 11.
Moorm ins, w itli pleas nroventecl.lhein.
Captain Moorinuns hired a wacfon and
the body was put in it. It was then
conveyod to tho bank of tho iujoUo,
nliooL one milu irom 1 1111 Hnnitii nf ttw.
jyiiriii. eru tho body wus elrairireil
from tho wagon by ropes for about
joo yards and burned,
l'lles of dry brush wood wore broujrht
nod Hie body was placed upon it and
more brush wooilon the body, loavlnt,'
only the head bare. Tim whole pi'e
was saturated with coat ell and 11
match applied Mh body vis e.Hii-.
SHtjK'd wUInftUlnUV. Thu ciHiinatloii
was wtnu!seei iy scverul
iit one iiiiiu mo iiiuu iiiititiiiuiy.i n
,i ..'.,.. 1. . i.U.riKll'f'j.
Lurv tho uaato in .Mayor Trout's
y fyan'l. TJirifo l miioh indiffiiKtlnii
- juynlnkt'.MtiMr'ilroitt ami l(iu miuui,
i and maiir throatmif voniniieb liavo
iHpi) opeiiljr uudo. I'aptain Dinl, tlio
commaiulur o( the nulita 1ms left
town- Mayor Trout has also disap
peared, ami IVesldent ISuclcner, of thu
city council in a tintj as mayor.
K.Ncltenicnl is ruur.iiiL; hinli. The
people arc ta lkoiir of hold.ucr an in
dignntion n:eetimr. and it Ifi rumored,
tl4t tlnoau n,ro Ueluff lundo to burn
he town inilcsA aatUfaetlon of omt
wrt is renderod. Crowd tlironv tho
btrneU and all publio placon. Thero
In un immfmse crowd in frontof Oalcey
& oolw no's umlertukini; hop,
whuro several of the (load bodies lio.
Tho number of oitizojis now tleud I
nine, nnd several of the wounded oatt
l not recover.
OSDORN FOUND GUILTY.
tliu Kauua breTclurv of Stiilu Couvlntuil
nt I'rlinlaul l.lliul.
Toi'KKA, Kttn., isopt. '.'. Tlie cuiec
of tho state ugainat iscretry of Stiito
Si Og'jqru, churKM( with liUalllne;
Oyriw Ielnnd, jr.,- wn tj.vcn to
tho Jury ut ! c'eloclt this
fomnoon, nnd In an hour a ver
dict of guilty v nn returned. The
verdiot uj a surprise to lawyer and
othurs w)io walehei tho trial, an a
huiitr jury wuHlcoko.t for. The court
tl'lll llr.1. ,i!i,u Lntttiini.il until HltllnbiV
, or posfclbly not until Hie last ot the
terin uo innslmnm peiiity pro-
v duel by law l Sl.ocw una uc 4 year
u jail, with tho mlnbnu n ut tho dis
cietii.n of the court. I'nlil Hi' B n-leni-o
W pr- uuunced. Mr Osbe -rn cle-t-lluc.
to tay wha' ho w It da
u n,ijju.i njii..ujmi
-v- r x v
t. ' HSzb 1
"-4 Vr jm t- -rlrrcr.c: oP
.1,,,l',lClt.!,"'vwm',,l 'T nfl,'r '""' "',"i- n'"1 l"'uv ""' f',,' '""
UcaufM 7i;,.t uonrT1'! Il,' g:' U" ' ' llll.g !( tcr. . it her. Ill lb
..'.a J" " ' ,n.' . A ,K,a r" touches 11 1, ttdei unci, and 1. ml
'.,"::; , ' . .""'V'1... "''V"!l'.
"- - ly- "-. '".' in II- HIV S.HHM, ty,. Ii,,.
antninti wear for home or nut 1 iI.hms. Iiui,uh .. .
tusenschmidt & Hetsch
1IB WEST OKLAHOMAAi !.
109 HARRISON AVEN-J
Everything in the DRUG
Prescrip.ions Filied Day or Night.
Oar Tli I.KIM ION F.
Second Han St
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices
Sec our Gasoline Stoves they can't be
beat. Sold riL'ht DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. bet. Fiht &nd Giiislcn.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
JEiL O "3EZ, "S? O 3E, X ISES E2-.
Oysters, Gamo and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Socond Door North of Harrison on Socond Stroot.
I a e 11
A full line of
Book?. Stationary, News, Ot'fu
Supplies always on hand.
Am Here to Stay I.
If you ure in want of tho Celebrated
youroln wantro-7 the Celebrated
uotuo powinj; .iiueiiiiic-. , , ,,
iiiAoninu nun i ri
. .. Al...
U yK ,nVo is core erV Hie lvlen the'driel, tho I'hconlx. tHa frnlrul. ll.r
Warw"clc. thc Kol Klnff. the Telegram, tho T. lephonc. t. Coun.-r. Hu
Traveler the .New Mai land the Ko-id (Juoon l'b-yclos, at . t...!esa.e '
S, come and K0 my l-riccn. ut 100 li OUlahoma avc, Uut.u.e. Ok. 'Kr
E. H. KNAUS6,
The English Kitchen,
: 0L935T O'JSE AND OHE OF THE BEST in llic CITY.
Rates $1.25 Per Q?v. Board Reascaahle
"" wo n-ntuvj. .
11 I 11 1 n
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t- 111 1 '
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c-M'iiliing -1 inii ,.
A. C, HIXON, Prop'r,
CONN ECTION. "&0.
BOYLE, Prop u-tor.
Cincinnati Safe. Tiro or lluiglav 1W
American Ilclptuate. S.Bttor. Koya. Nc ,
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