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UXTRKtift AT T1IK PoST-OrPlCR AT GUTHRIE, Ok , S SfcCOWn-CLARS MATTHR.
Of PICK OP PUBLICATION! IIaRRIION AVBWtTh
C3UTITRIE, OKLAHOMA, WtilTNKSDAY MOUN1NC,, SKPTICMIOR 27, 189S.
BIG FIRE AT ST. JOE.
MANY DUSINESS HOUSES AKti
; wiped our.
WAS A riERCE COHFLAGRATION.
Ttio I'liimiM Sturtml In Ilia Vy:ill,
TouiiM'iitl anil thinly llcp'irtiiiriit
Moro mill ItuplilPy pr'iiil
J hrutitfliont tliu l!iilnel Coll
ier iif tliu City Ovit ik
.Mil I lull Dollar I. m..
Sr. .Toshpii, Mo., Sept. 2fi Over
SljOOO.OOl) iliitung'c was done by u Ilorco
ilTllnijrrilI'jn which strtrtcd about 'J
" o'clnclt yesterday morning In the limb
ness center of this city.
The lire Htnrtcil In Townsond .t
Wntt'iifrroiil department store anil
was noon beyond control. In less
than an hour the whole tfreat building
was hi IhiiiK'H. Tho loss then' is fully
Despite the denperulo efforts of the
firL'incn, the lhiiucs npieuit to the
ltpjrnier-Mioiip wholesale anil retail
croeltery building- anil thli was s-oen
to be doomed before 1 1 o'clock.
Nc.st the Humes altaclteil tlio Com
mercial banl: anil tarbroy blocks and
tin: C 11 I runei: bnililliiK all inagulll
tent buildings, and these were soon
At 1:30 .o'clock the fire that had
been outing its way all morning
tliioiigb Hie flpesl bnf.ines.s blo'dc in
the hem t of Hie ,'ily w-us purlhilly un
der euiitrol. Ha the i.outli side the
fiiemcn li.nl succeeded ill ohoehitig it
ill Hie Carboy bloelc. On the no-th, it
nu held in check 1V the (leriiiau
Aiuuricuu bank luiilding and on the
west it was slopped in the buiiding
occupied by Hansom, liarrott & lirew
ster, shoe dealers
Calvin Wyatt, niciiiber of the firm of
TowiiHend, N'yutl fc I'bnery, was seri
ously injured by a fall.ng wall. Many
others wore slightly injured.
Tlio business houses consumed are:
Townsond, Wyatt fc Kmery, dry goods;
I'egniei t Shonp, eroeUery company;
Itnusoiii, (iarrctt . Jirowstor, shoe
dealers; II. l Ilarnab; A Uo , drug
gists; Commercial bank; S 15. Allen .fc
Co , wholesale grocers; Daily News
building and six ort-cven small houses.
Hard work on the part of the (lro
department confined the liie to the
IdoL'k bounded by l'ell.v an I l'Minond
and Ki.lh and Seventh streets and to
(he north half of tlio block between
lMiuond and St. Charles and Sixth am
Diulcully was experienced in hand
ling I he ilames, owing to poor water
A cigarette stub cast into the store
room on the fifth floor of the Town
M'nil .fc Wyatt building by a careless
elerk Is supposed to have stalled the
imrwATi'.s ok tiii: i.ossui.
At '.':30 o'clock the lire was entlroly
under control. Tho estimate of losses
Townseud fc Wyatt, dry goods com
p,iV. stock 83S:,0(I0; Insured for S'JSO.-
OiHt. liuilding, loss SS.",(lj(); insurance
Uegnler it Shoti), crockery, loss
S75.OO0; iiisuraneo S70,()Uu.
Iloagland building, loss S7('; fully
Commercial Hank building, losbS-10.-OlM);
fully Insured. Commercial bank
jinnex, loss, S'-'O.ooO; insured.
Carbrey bloelc, loss $2.1,001); insured
" (Jorman-Americau bank, damaged
t. S. Sco.t A CSforgc Knapp, paint-
PIH. lo(,s, S 1,300.
Kahn & Co., clothien, SSOO.
tiri)svar)gor V Cg., drugginbj, Ions
3,000; ijo iisuranco.
t-A- .loscph Irig company, Ions
,St- .losoplj Hook and Stationery com
Visny, loss $12,000.
Spencer Cigar company, damage,
Jlfing ICong Tea cqinpany, loss
liiiusoue, Rnrrutt & ltrouster, lo-s
allen.no go, Knights of l'ythlus,
loss Sl.'-OO; no iiisurnnce.
Stoije building occuplud by nutiftonc,
Harrotl . llreuhtcr, los Sia.oOU; in-
; 1, 000, 000.
n dozeii other copipanles
honvMy and tlfu total is
conservative persons at
ft.llItU (!lj- Clillll;
prices were ouolrU .u fulloa Ko ? lurJ
Wheat Miito'io No 3 liaril wbaal, S'1'(4il't(
No. I l:irj wlicut, 51930 rujcctmllurl wliiul.
ITMr Ko t im wbr.it, iSSMn No J rl
Vliru). &liM'4c. No I ris) whuat.6li(.Uo.
NH - V'a tlr tit ut Sutiinlny'ij iri'f Miyit
til ili rnlhiT lttr racing w.if to till olij
iui.lr.uU Iii'iiiumt luf slilpinciit uu fair, lo
1 I di'iiiauil nut auUu 'tifrulpts or corq .VJ
iurs 11 nsr ao, UK eurs Nq nilxml o!4 at
ai(j:li'-ic No Jinlxod. sao No l mUtsl. !!'
no ur-iiki. SiaKo No -i ulilni. ai'io'
No 3wlilla,3l',te No wlillo 3l'Jo Sulppurl
pjul :H4i',,o MIiiMippi river Tor N'o 1 corn
uml 'tUVirl'to rher for No :.' u lilt ! corn No
finlxiHl Mild ll',t Mimpiil anil No i uhijo.
; ',r"tc MuiiipliU ?
, Oat-.- Were In fair iUimiiiJ flint llruily
I, ilj U('iDipU ot ojIm today. 17
tuiK ;i Y.vrSiiitfn, n car a No S mixed
0 il k.jUl ulTSfKili). u.'corilln; to quality atiyl
Miin Ni)3.WWn. No I, l8tlo No 1
vliiu Vi3ti- , tin a I It 110. HiSZc Kvu -In
1.1 1 iienu i' No s auU it i ih river
t ,j . nuiiiVVilv lilfcl I'LAXHCKit-Stinqy,
ru'Jr- rtcr lm la fir lot) upja
iut.fi nf pure;, biniii lots 35o loss
I'jriu WMi iter cwt Uutft. aasj
lens I'ASioll HKSnV.!l3) a u t r Iot1
f.mu) br- " M I'oilN Pf()l iNlln 7U7io
,W'i 'H v-rh,H) llAv'-ltclpl-. oari mar
,il M0nU 'I'tinothv. vhoicf.tiy). No. I. "5)
ftiS l)n cj-jtliut. Ve). fanuy pfulrlo, id
lutUo rM.c. tftiWJ u)nntqi, i:JHt.5
li.(Ni.iS CI iv i.ivi; STOOIC.
Ha.ns.j TiTV. Mo, t-opt- 1f -CaJUo -Hp-(clK.
IrniM Saturday. 7 Ml Chios. 1 WJ
bhii'P il Kiiunliiy. ilhl cilvv 71 The markiit
fur iioml ktifis via viouly: coina.011 ktour.
rgli ui lOf louor (ok. valve anj tulU
Hie ui v firtli'rt uclhe anil strong tooil Texas
)0i an J sin rlnaily ollieri 10c lower.
Hox-IU,.eilt,slm Suturil4Y, SH0 stilp
f v 1! Soturitiv -' 1(W Tlio i moral markot wa
alio it Mo hi 'hor Hun Saturday closia:
(irulj I 'I '3iaU cJ lioul .'."OlolOEA
Itmilinrt Utrtm Away
J 00 Train
liy lalie Irlrnili.
St. Jiisr.rn, Mo., Sept ','0. Six des
perate train robbers ran Into n trap
set by tho Kansas City, St. Joseph and
Council llluIVs railroad ofll -ials Ntindity
night and, In consequence, two of the
bandits are dead and four In jail.
Tho outlaws who were killed, the un
doubted loudurn of the band, were:
runo Koiu.ait, nred IV, liu l.wrt uph hl
youn wife nt ISIS ftouth Tenth Mr t
llroo KNiii.e. stop son ot llo.irv lile.tia
proprlolor of tin! OJtlJeut.il hotol
K. A. Hurst, Charles l'ro K-rlcks and
Will tiarvor wnre captured, but they
The ofllccrs of the road had kno vn
.since August 11 that an attempt would
be made 10 rob the train iiuil careful
prep trillions were made to enpluie tlio
outlaws when they should make the
llomv fllcilzc, the sixth and Inst
member of the gang, w-as captured nt
8:30o'olo2k yesterday morning. Ollluers
tracked hint from the scene of the
hold up to the house of Mary Klsner
in South SI. Joseph. Ills poekcls
were full of ammunition and Hirer
lingers of his left hand had been shot
olf. He denied strenuously that he
had taken any part iir tlio attempted
ro liber v, but refused doggedly to talk
further. The police arc confident that
h" is the man, and have him securely
looked up nt lioadnuartors.
When the train reached Seliul.en
park, a short distance this side of the
water works, a man stepped out on
the truck and swung a red lantern.
I'hlginecr Wright slopped his engine
and he ami the llreman were at once
covered by a masked mint with a shot
gun, and was ordered to go back lo
the expresi car. When they re ii-heil
the car two of the robbers p'luu.led on
the door with their guns and unbred
tliu messenger to 01 en up Chief
Ilroiier iind his men were eomealed
bidiiud the safe and the empty bne-.
When the uiblnrs ordered the ex
press messenger loopeu the door they
threatened lo blow up .the ear with
dynamite, one of them saying, "Open
up and be d u ijuiek about it or we'll
bloiv the ear up with dvii.tmiUi. Of en
up or we'll kill you." They had two
large slicks of dynamite and each was
wrapped up In two or three em les of a
newspaper. To each of the sticks was
attached a fuse aboil', throe f.-et long.
This (use connected with a lu'miual
It was known lo the officers thai
dynamite might be used and it wa . at
llrst proposed to let lh! robbers us'
some of it before firing upon them
llefoie leaving SL Joseph, howi vor,
I h'ef Itrmlor decided Hint it would be
very dangerous Hid toneluded to lake
no Vluincca )le instructed Callieote
lo open the door n-fnrp the robb-rs
had :i ehumo- to e..lode tliu slulV
Chief lirodcr says there was enough
dynamite to blow tliu cur Into
Hpilnleis. uud his action sto.v proves
to liavo been a wise ne
Tour of the men leaped into t lie mr,
the other two reitiiiiilng outside One
of tliese latter wns Henry (ileit.e uud
the other was I'redcilcltH
When tho men entered Hip car, the
ollicers raised up and, Covering them
with their guns, ordered them to
throw up their hands lns:ead of
obeying, tho rubbers began firing at
the'ollicers and in a iniuiit a Kittle
it the first fire llurr-t, Fredericks
jind (inrver diopred lo the groiinil to
prevent liemg shot.
lCngh) leapod finui he car and ran
for the brush on Hie east i do of tl,p
train, from where he continued tc
shoot till discovered, und Kohler,
whos job was to Aland outside nijd
keep the passengers from einiing out
of the curs, w-as on the oast uMjn of tho
train also and he poured a dSKSv fjr,'
into llio expiess car and conches. wli..J
llenry (Jleitze, wIp) was 011 the west
side of the train, liied seveial shots at
the ollicers in the ex picas and mail cars
and then ran.
Kohler proved lo !. a most desper
ate man He inntinued to shoot until
ho fell over dead. lie diiecled the
most of his shots towaid tho llrsl
coach from which Otllcer Haves oil the
platform was tr ing to kill him
W. C. lb-own, who wut, in this
rnr, say.s Kohler was concealed behind
i-diiii) bushes iienr tio I ruck wi"ll the
train stopped. As the tiiun shiucd
down hn walked towards it with his
gun co-kci. cursing and ordering
tho supposed passengers lo itoop
inside. When he ' wns about
fifty feet frqnj tlju train the
(dio'ottng In the bnggogc car began,
nnd Kohler then commenced lii nig
Mr. Ilrown savs ho could sc very
plainly In tho moonlight as lie wnll.ed
toward (he cars Aftur he had Hi el
two or three shut he was seen to fall.
lie crawled behind sninn bushes and
continued to shoit. llo was being
(lied upon by MierilV ('arsons men
pud Hip onlcors in tio olhpr cni.s.
hen tho Hash fro-u 1ik gun was seqn
tho Qlljcorx would popr a broadside
into him Finally h." ntoiipcd sluot
ing and Olluiers Hayes walked toward
him. Whlbrhq was within ten feet of
Kohler the dying desperado inUcil u ,i
on his arm am Iripil to shwol Ilayis
bntlropped liaclf )o.uJ
HiigU' fell soqu afler lfuilor was
1,-illed, ami, ulill picked lip, was
f.iun I to bo mortally vvntliplpll. Ho
w.ifL'shot twice in tliu back of the
hmd iind his brains worn ooaing out.
The body of Knhlor ws hent to
Hideufadens iindei taking shop and
I'higlo was take-i lo the linggagn room
a 1 the Fin in-1 si rent ilorsit. In n
bhor timo his mother tvus liiforuipd
and ran down to the depot. When
sliu ictiirued lo the baggage room in
company with two men -he threw-
bersolf liMin her kou'n body and
shiiehed his name lime and ugnin
She clasped his bloody bead in hpr
;iruis and moaiioil over him for some
llilnutes. Slip wns llnallv iinbiced to
go home, aipl ler hon'ii binlv was sent
to the Occidental hotel uhtpil .tpcloi It
He died just after he an ived, having
ppvgr regained consciousness fioni Hie
ipoincjit lip V(jn feliut.
lingo fhltpwa'.lebfip ff t whlojv
iiamod l'ngle. who murijcd llciiiy
Cleitiic, proprietor of tin: Oceiiliiil.i)
holp. IIP WH hntiwn i ' I'lug
Ihlgjc qr UlefVc, inid wa c(iiisdei,i.
to be gonor.illy tough, but it was unt
bclhved that he hud nei enough ii
aUompl u job of tiain lobluu,' lip
was 11 heavy. d,rk uoinplp.unnl ipii
about i! lojrs old
Henry U'WUo cr V. glo. U an o.sj
Henry Noves, sgu of Major Noyes,
U. S A . has been oriestnl at llavs
City. Kan . for forg. pes iomii'ttcd ut
Junttiou lily and lAaicuwoilh.
EASY FOR DIXON.
SOLLY SMITH PUT OUT
THE COLORED LAD WINS $10.(
Smith I Arrrntt-it linmriltittrly Atlri
tlio I Iglit to Aimier Inr riRlitlnt,-
(irllllu nt tliu Itnliy. I ml.. (Mill) -
Tlio Tlmn tit Ctnttet Tiit'iity
hIi .llluutr mill lolly
I o t i-i-iitiiN.
Xv.W Yoitu, Sept 2ii Oeorge Uixon,
the champion feather-weight i.ugililt
of the world, met und dc feu led Solly
Smith of California, nt tliu, ( ouey
Island Athletic club last night in
seven ron (Is. winning a tmise of Sdl),
(Ki'i and ri-lainin-,' the title of iliiiui
piiin of the wornl 'I h liettiug ruled
two to one in faov 1 f Iioii
About j.iiim pciipie were assembled
at the aieu.i when Inn - was called fur
I lie piclimiii.uy bout Mike tliiiiu.
the An -IraH-ni. wa-. ill. and Jim
liiuge liMk li's pl ice in the leu tound
go w ith Fred Morris. I'dly Mudden's
Id uk cyclone" lbiige sloo 1 his
gmiiiid well and Moil is 1I11I not have
1111 easy time of il, although lie gut
the decisio 1
Tln-ie was hut liule delai in gelling
the pimcipiiK out loi the even- of the
evening. I)ion was liist 111 the ling,
liiil Ins web-ouie was InUewarin
.'inilh was loudly chccied
'I'Ih- lime of the last round was two
10 inili-s and loitv I wo seconds, ami
Hie tune of Hie ll;;lll twenty lu'liiutcs
aul fni ' I w 0 seconds
soli) Sinlil, Auraloil,
Ki w Youn. .'cit ','ii S ion afler the
lei in 111.1 ton of the Dixon Smith light
last night Smith wis arrested by a
shcrilV of Uohy. In. I , foi being a par
lit ipnut in a pi I.- lih! u 'cutty wijh
Johnny (!i 1II111. which linli place be
fine the di linn I ( oIuiiiIh.iii Athletic
club. Soiiliiwill I e taken hack to
Uohy to stand trial The shei ill' also
had pnpers for the nnel of (iritliit,
who wis present at the fight, hut lie
;ot wind of it and evaded arrest.
lllix.ily It'u; ij-i'ini'iii 1 l.tpei (Al .Mnien
1 irt.y l!'livi'i?ii llio l, lWt.
llri ss Aim s,epi aii?Veiileut
l'i lligi'im, uu l.seiayc I by tlje threats
of Hi ins'irgi nls lo SaVnot him if he
again fill , 111(0 Iheir llirhlls, has safely
hiiule iWfoio Tuciimnii and telegraphs
nine that he expects the rebels will
soon sin lender
Oih 'r advices. Amwevor, have it
lh.lt the fo'oign colonists of Sunui !'
ami its iieignliorhorAl are joining in
the rebellion and Hint some b'ooTly.
engagements betwc mi the rebo s and
the government Vfiiy bo be expected
li'iiuly. It is now 1111 adinltteo facta
detenu 'lied rebellion ag linsl I'lesident
: leiiy'i-na and In-, government .s on
foul ;.u 1 if the loieigu element has
tal.en a hand in it ..gainst the piesi
dent -iiil his p.irly his downfall is nut
unlikely, as the forcig.i iiileiesls are
pc erf til.
I u,'iip(:i4 llrtii 1iii -la l.iiv Mimliui'il.
i iiAMhNio. t'.il , Sept. --JU. -Last
nipKl Thomus Wynne, broiher-in-hiiv
of Audien Carnegie. I he Pennsylvania
II on king, was slriieU on tliu head
with a club by John (Jarcln, 11 rcslnn
laiil waiter. Wynne's skull w-as frno
lined and he died today. Wynne re
tu .ed lo pay foi a mnil mil when
ejeited from the rvstauiant aluMiipted
to bieiik.ln the dou.- when Huioia
sti 111k him
- - - -
To I i.rru ti I utn.
WvsiriMitoN. Sept 0. Tho iiinior
isicvivod that Hie advocates of reiieal
Mil llpi sonato Irivo fonuulate.l 11 plan
by which they will force a vole on the
tllieV bill The plan Is not disclosed,
lint it js iiuiatod Hint it is suhic ar
lle.-illh Offieni Joukilis of New Yoik.
has iuaiigoi tiled a moveinent to ieu
iter uul to the stricken people of
l'. iiiisw i li 1
Willard .Moig.iu, a moonshiner of
West Viigluia, wlio has dclied the
aulhoiilics fm tlnilieu )c,u lias at
hlsl on n tap' nred
Itev llr Talniage. in bis pulpit Sun
day, proposed a grand intei national
jilbii-t n celcbl.lle tho diiwp of llie
liveiilieth eeiiliny of the Clitlktiau
The f h rago Miliee icliiriis on the
leusiis of Hie iiueiiip'ovuJ hiivu keen
coiuplotiul I'ni'ii the i'Mii'1 llgmes
uul the rsllmai.s it Is argnci! Hint
liKl.tma iiiieinploiu.1 men 1 tin be no
((iiiilei for in 1 i.gi)
A Xe Imsliiu. Tokas, speeial says
I'ciry r.ia'llui. wnnltd for uK-vuill
ing a ivlul'1 wom.iii. was found over
llie AlU.in ..is bonier bv cllbuifk
lli.ili lici's liody was ilildlcd with
lilllleth and now hangs floili a limb
lllOjil pm Itouu'lll still prevsils in
Madrid 01 ci the .illciunl lo uwiissiii
lilo (iciivihI Campos The policu say
they lui st.irllliia iwldimo lo pio
lime when th- aii.inhist Fall. is and
his ucioiiiplui's uie bioiiuht up foi
The men who ib fended Ihu IIIiiih'is
Cenluil evioss tia.n against high
wa.vuien.il 1 nli.ilia. Ill . tlio to iw
icw'aided foi llieii bra vim y The III
ipnjk Ci ill i.l and Apie-iipa" I'1-' H,
(pUIIMIUjes h no iicued " beslow le
vyariU. w loch wil ioiSitt of six golil
iiclal aul s-.Hu
The steamer AUm'IO s (rpn llehring
str.llm brings iufuiM.iliiii nt tip" pro
b'bly Mlal .llppMi Ml cn longresuuiu
I l l.llltrell. of Lalifornia. splij!
Uovoi nmi'iit iigenl ill ihargo of Ihu
Alai.li.in fmhnrlo4 Mi LutlreU U
iiOI'ciXl vvilh Ibiuht's d sou -.1'. and his
phisliiijn has given up ill hope of bis
It 1ki..JiI II. ut i.I buuifli the mm did
mint r( 'I.IIH0K I. Van Alen uas
i riiiinn, elided bv nil the hlull UoillO
nil. of IUuhIii Uliiud. Ills dofoutU,
,, iiiost eeru, ij hihI. .,.'
iiM.i,. niviiii , .,,,, .i,iiH,,ii.r.i...i.,
will deem the climate of Homo un
Fulled to tho health and enormous
i.cul'h of fiif lutiuut
SHOT A BLIND TIGER KliUPER.
A former Mcmlirr oT 11 NnlmliiiK (iiniR
or Duttniri Klllxil
Alva, Mo. Sept 2H ( lm U-s I' imp
ton, a young school teacher h 1 nnd
instantly killed Lj-iwSs X. Davenport,
a "blind ilgor" keeper, ten miles west
of (lalnesvillp. Owtrlf county, Mo It
seems that Davenport and II imp
ton had been having some
trouble over tho whisky sol ing
business, ami on meeting the tiouble
wns renewed. Davenport started nt
Hampton with 1111 open knife, and
Hamilton opened (Ire 011 him, .shooting
him five times in rapid succession ami
killing him Instantly.
Davenport came to this county un
der arrest for horse stealing and was
for a Hin nmnctutcil with the notori
ous Sig Calhoun and Wh) taker. He
wns for a long time in the illielt
whisky business ut this place and
other pninls in South Missouri. Ills
talcing ill" Is recogulred more as n
blessing than a cnhiipily, and his
slayer will not be molested.
Ciilont'l Kin;;, llin Mtiy?r ill Tintou,
. 1 11 Ill's SuiMiit mint 'Jliurji x.
Mr.wl'tlls, Tciiii., Sept. 2(5. Colotiel
II Clay King, the slayer of D.n ill II.
1'oslotf, whi is now serving a life
sent vncp in (he Teiiiie-.se. peniten
tiary as a punishment for his 1 nine,
has issued nn ml Iress to the
public In which he makes mine
sensational charges He eluuves that
his conviction was brought uboir by
a eotisf Iraey, and makes wild charges
against those connected with the
court and prosecution. The publica
tion of the card has coined a sensition.
Kiiij wrote It for the purpose of 11 rous
ing public sentiment in his favor In
the hope of semiring a p-irdon. but he
will- probab'y fail in his ol.j. el. us
iovernor 'I urney was a member of the
su)i'cmu court when hissenti 11 -e was
riiuui'il In lii ii ui' I In in-y s irr.
Dkmson, Texas, Sept. ?r, - Willi the
announcement tliat n gang v uiild
soon hold up a Missouri, Kansas and
'i'exastiain m this territory, emues
the report I hat in, ut'ack Would 1
be mad on the Federal prison at Fort
Smith. Information was reieive.l by
an ex Federal ullieer, and i-upli ale's
the Dyer sang of Woodville, Itul Per.
The letter staled Hint Mrs. '-lur,
mother of Henry, who Is ine.ire i.lid
in the Fort Smith jail for inurdei a. id
train robbing, oiyere.l the git ; a
liaiidsome sum lo effe -t her son's re
Irusu. Fort Smith aulliorili -s ,iae
I'ul.li.lii 1 1 .iin.i Hi-nil,
Si', l.oiis. Mo, Sept. '.'i). Louis
Lunge, the well-known (crmau pub
lisher, is dead here, uge.l ill v ars.
The deceased was a native of J!,s.se,
(iermany. During the war he was
business manager of ike Mate .liiur
nal, which was couflsciited ly the gov
ernment. Mr. I.:inge then purchaseil
the Die Abendsvhule, a wvoUIoy i.lus
trated (ieruiun sheet, whi h he lib
l.ished up to hisdeulli. Die ItuniW'linu,
an ittii'f (Jenmiii pub!ie:itiii of tho
same order, now piloted in hieigo by
Louis Lange, jr. wu- started h.v tho
deceased 111 this city fomt.in oara
llUll (-11111011II011 I',-,',. 1 ipil.
('nil aoo, Sept .', 'llie following
was issued yesterday
To the Moinborsot tho Ii ish Nution
pl League of America: 1 l.ik o ension
to withdraw the call heretofore issued
for a convention in Chli iga on th" -d
p-ov. I do so for tho reason that upon
consultation with friends in Chi. ago
.it is deemed Inopportune nn I until. iely
to hold such a er iivcutlon, as mutters
of fu ure polio have not ilevelopc 1 in
Ureal Itritaiu's p;n liume-.L
M. V. Cannon, President 1 N U
SuliliciM luilicliil lur Alm-ilrr.
SmtLiki:, I'tah, Sepi. Vii. -Lieutenant
II. II Iluck of Company K, and
Sergeant Linscc ami I'rivale Shetliehl
of Company I), Sixteenth infantn, of
the regular army, stationed nt I'orl
Douglas, woro Indicted by the giand
jury yesterday for murder In the sec
ond degree. The Indictment is the
icsull of tho killing of Joseph W.
Leopold, an ux-soldler, at the fort on
June 20 last.
SkIIii.i'k I rt lun I Ion ('iiiivriitlnn.
C.AtiliK.N Citv. Ivan., Sept. 2(1.
I'rep.iratlnus are in progress hare to
entertain tho entire membership of
the Irrigation convent 011 which meets
at Salina n Tlirjrday next- It Is ex
ppcted that noi loss than a tlinusaud
ilelogites from Texas. Oklahonia,
Kansas, Nebraska nnd the two Da
kota will iittuu.l the convention.
Ilr.ili'i l'roliitiii Wouloiiiliic.
Lonkox, SepL 80. The ItrtiTilFnu
minihter in this city has rofotvod tho
fallowing dispatch: "The revolmlon
is L' rowipg woakei' ihiv by day. Ad
miral De Mello is reduced to tho hist
pNtreiuily. AH the stales denoiilico
his attempt lo overthrow tho prci en t
joyernnient nnd thepeoplo arc enthu
siastic for 1'elxoto's government "
A l'lolillurilt Cliontitiv liilloil,
Hox'i it McAi.ksi Kit. Iml. Tor., Sopt.
','U Dave lliihtuinon, a prominent
Choctaw, am ox-l'nitod States mar
shal, bhol mid iiiitautly hi -d lien
l'oicinan at this place last night
Foreman lives near South Canadian
nnd was a prominent Jones iiiun.w idle
lluliaiiuan represents the Jat-Usou fte
lion I'lilini r.liillln I'edor.lll.in.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. '.'O. Federation,
whioli bus been attempted many times
he f me, witlpiut Ritecuss, tins at lost
(iron accomplished oi too Union
j'acifjp, all the late organisations of
he s stepi having vo(od for nmn'gti
piallop T-,yii Mar" H'linmit (lot Ihero
WASinvaro.v, Sept- l lon H.
1'liillipsol Uirard, Kan, ha bennp-
pointed senate mohionsui' at n solnry
of fcl.luii a your F 11. Mon of Par-
win lias Uocii given
a plme in the
, m; Hrlilgp lluru.l.
CivoiN.VATi. Ohio. Sunt. V,. - The
i dka. uero.s tho Ultf Miu.i.l river In
tins cotiuty uai burned early eler
day inoiuinjr It "as built ncarvu
half a leiilury ajo and It cost " j.JOO.
MR. MORTOVS VIEWS
THE SECRETARY OF AGRICUL
TURE QN IRRIGATION.
IS tPPOSED TO UOVERHHENT AID,
Against Dm Mniriupiil In i;n 1 il: iiur-
Hti'tl liy the SMlim ('anniutliiii-.
Tliliik I lie 1'inplH ill ICtllis
Sli.Mi'il ImUj 11 lau Iriini
hi .MiiiiiuiMt unit rruvhlH
Sj.leun irt lrrljiitlii.
Wasiusotov, Sept ?r, -Serrelary
Motion of the ngilculturut depart
me t is billerlv opposed to the ide,u of
the government Inking any part In
Iriigilion schemes 1 received some
time ago, ' sunt N.vrelaiy Morton yoi
terdiiy, "a letter from Mr. Itrisloii,
editor of Hie Sulina I'epiibliean, in
vlliiig me to attend a convention at
tluil place I teplied stating my op
ostioulo the movement which il
was sought to inane in ale.
Irrigation might 1 e n inn-t ndv.in
tiyeous thing, 1 ut the uovcrniiiout
until as well lx nsked to jiureha'e
fi'ililiers for the worn out fauns of
llie Last as to nuke fiinns rich Ihioiigh
iiiigat.oii. Il is a most dangerous
form of paternalism A ifpublic
which usurps the functions of the in
dividual can not iterpctuulo itsell.
The peop e of Kansas should lake a
lesson from the Mi.rmons. who have
made parts of I'tah into one x.ist gar
dell by private systems of ii 1 i,iLinn
They had no help fioin the I nil -d
States and were pciseeuled of all llieii
In thiso imi tiers the United Mutes
KILLED UY ANARCHISTS.
Mm. Aiijnsl ltcfr'n Hlin-ili'iril ami Her
II11tl1.mil llrubtlly Ai,.iulleil.
Til 1. sin uo, 'a. , Sept "u-Mrs
August Ifoeoo was iiiurdcied aild her
husband builall.i and .ei lously beaten
by anarchists nt t alaiiulv. Pa , last
night Cal'imity a small mining
town twenty miles below beie Thcie
are two faelion-, am ng the mltiets,
one faioring, and Hie other opposing
nmirehv. 'I he Iteei es belong lo the
latter Some time ago Mrs Kcece
learned the set rets of the ai.aiclusls,
and hci dialh was decieed Last
evening the Kceccs were met by two
of the nna-ehi'ls named Moon
4aiseu and August llrioe, who
lit oneo opened the upon
them Mrs Ueece was killed at the
second shot. The miirderer.s then
turned upon the husband and beat
him into iiiseusihility. The shots at
traded nelghbois, who loiind the
couple lu the ro id. Ileeco was soon
revived and told the story of the us
6a 11 1 L The murder Is tho indirect
outcome of the killing of a Frenchman
11 yen 1 ago. Mrs Ileeco botanic uo
ciuninted with the fads and also dis
eovored Laisou und llrioe were about
to leave for Canada, where they were
to blow up public buildings. Upon
discovering their sei ret-, weie known
it wns delei mined lo put the Itcoco
family out of the way,
A Uiy Ilium.
W.vniiiMiro.N, Sept. 'il, The bouse
held a Inx.y and liidilVercnl session
yosterdiiy and devoted it almost
entirely to Hie consideration of tho
printing bill. Tho only interesting
matter in connection with tips bill
were the efforts of Mr. Meikeljohn, of
Nebraska, n new tliampiou of the
printers in the house, lo secure an in.
crease of the rates on composition,
and of Mr. Cuminiiigs to pievuiit tho
public printer from selling olootro
lypo and stereotype plates, of govern
iiient publications tu publishers at the
simple cost uf iholr making. Iloth
ailed, but Mr. Dlngley inauaged to
secure llio iidoptiup of an amendment
prohibiting tho copyright of govern
Ni v Jli-xiiu.
WARitiNniox, Sopt .'() The annual
report of (iovernor V. T. Tliurnlon of
Now Mexico, rUVa that the popula
Hon of the territory has not ma
terially cbitiijfed during the pa,t year
Tim Vde-l territotlal liidcbleilnuks is
vU,71-', and the cai.li balance in the
ireiisury U ipil.uuu. Stock raihliij;
has dccnmnod uk a icsult of a four
yeuiV uoullniious drouliL .Many
luiucfc have been closed 011 account of
tliu decronco In kilver value and the
Ir-oiro to M.iIoj Aipillini' DiiiioiisIimIIiim.
l'.MUS, SfPt SW.- II would weiu the
fiiineh tflin'ininent has insolved to
to mnlr enothci serious deinmi'.tra
Hon against Slam, ami one that, will
uutbu watlnllod with wordy conceit
hiouft- Krunce undoubtedly U nettled
al the crilieiaiuK of tliu foreign prehs
rcKurdiiiK her alleged bacltiioivu bu
foro Hub'lnud's llr in attitude in the
Bhiiueiie question, and no necoud b.uji
dou 11 may lie anticipated.
I'.ttlulilUliuil 1 1 Ih liupiromf,
II111.MIM111AM, Ala, epU J. Wll
laiu Hell, undor suntpiioii of death foi
tjhc uiurilor of I. nebula llarrl. lias en
Vnbl'iiilied bis Innocencu. Hell boru the
.uiurnianie and tilled the description
of Hid murderer, even to a auar on Hie
face llo wan uosltlvoly ideutlliud,
and dcittb henUnee retiultcd V. II.
Wooli'idgo of MuiuptiU, for whom lie
wns woihing yt Hie time of the mur
der, ycKterduy oaina with allidavlU o
tablihiuK Uell'k alibi.
Sprcily lloruluc I'lcfom.
rilII.AHKi.eiHA. Sept- 2n Word lias
been received by oarriei pigeon fioni
tliu eriilfcur Neiv Yorl; every day since
tlio vuwcl left I.enj,"ie ibliuid, nnd l'i 1
I day the message lhatieft the vessel nt
JBa m was jr. veil up by the liiul huie
at noon, i'liless llio bbd was Ics
I than 10.1 mi en away the bpecd was a
mile a iniuiito.
I'lrcltrlCH Virk Mart Pp.
Mlxico. JIo. Kept. SO The fire
brick works vi huh closed il-mn in
May tlnowin? out of worl; 150 tu,ri,
rcsu i.i d v.u U jcitcid'')!
A WALK OVER COMPETITION
Is the route we take In the shoe i p,, mill we ho! onliiijo it 01, 1 1 l cs. but m
It very Interesting lo out ciiliuncs. Our slock of foulwi.11 is :m mucll
01ul coiiiHllllon 11s ,1 point a mile nwi is hen u I hi'iirinn; Tin e goinb liivnknie
leeold foi speed, Ih'i-Mie Ihoimli lie, iaii'1 l.il.e w Ingi, l lie lak. fiit.ndlne 10
irelllllK conueeti'il w ith o main pilii-n Ii 1 I I I1.1I 1 Ml li.i iikiKish lUk'.lpill In
iis-oriinein. Thcie me no :ips m ,h 1 -mn 1,1 luiup, 1 1n ih; ti. re mm Ii
ill I Iltlil alom; to the turn ut MiIIiIhh ,i.,m ...,'iv,
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,
11B WKST OKhAUOMA AVI.
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
WALL PAPRR AT COST,
Prescriplions Filisd Day or Night- A. C, HIXON, Prop'r.
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices,
Sec our Gasoline Stoves they can't be
beat. Sold riffht DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. bet. first and Division.
GAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything1 Strictly First-Class.
1E3C ORT Id X 1E3 3E&. .
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Socond Door North of Harrison on Soconcl Stroot.
A full line of Hooks. Stationary, News, Office and Sshol
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
LOOK HERE I
I Am Here to Stay ! t
If you nro 111 want of the Celebrated l inciniuti Safe, Tire or llurtflar l'roof
or I'Mi-o nml IlnrL'lnr l'roof: '
If you are in want of tho Celebrated Auieriiau Helpmate, Singer. Koyal New
Homo Kuwing Machine;
If you ure in want of lilcycles and Tricycles, such as tlio eelobruted Imperial
Kin,' of Scorchers, the Fowler, the Oriel, tho l'luonlx. the Central, the
Warwick, tho Uoad ICiiij;. the Tologrniu, tho Telephone, the Courier the
Traveler, tho New Mail und the lioud tiueeii llieyeles, at uliobjhale and
retail, eomo and got my j.rleou, at 100 li. Olilalioma ave., tiuthrie, OU. Ter
E. H. KNAUS8, Manager.
The English Kitchen,
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in the CITY.
Rates $!,25 Per Day. ,sCij Reasonable
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