Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Guthrie daily leader. (Guthrie, Okla.) 1893-1996, September 30, 1893, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Oklahoma Historical Society
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
W' " WW' " ' . 4
RKTEHKIfAY TltE-roSTOlTICR AT OtmtMr, Ok , H SftCOnn-Ct.AIIS Mattf.ii.
OFrtl'k OF l'OBMCATION t llAKKtftON AVtRtih
. f .
.. i . , . -niniaij
UUTLLR1E, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MQ1TN1NU, SKPTIOM HKU JiO, 1803.
r i w 'i3WJiw
EXCHANGED THE LIE.
hot COMPLIMENTS PASSED
MORSE AND FITHIAN FALL OUT.
itrtcrn hlinklnz ur I'Utl mill fninn lit-
cltniiirut tilt) lurlili'iit I CWno.l
Without Any Harm IIoIiir llunr
Sir. Hour Denounce mi lilt-
nuU lMltnr Midnight hi-H-
alo brslun In Order,
WjsnivoTo.v,Supt 59. At tlio open
ing uf IU cession of the house yester
day morning Morse of Massachusetts,
in a brief speech, sought to justify
lits filibustering of Wednesday. During
his talk hi; charged Mr. Mthlan with
lining solely to blame for the refusal
of the house to permit him to put in
the rcconl some newspaper attacks
on Pension Commissioner Lochrcn.
Mr. Fithinn, rising to reply, said
that, inasmuch as Mr. Morse had seen
fit to eritieis) him, lie desired to call
the attention of the house to a rathci
dubious proposition made b Mr.
Moise to him. Mr Morse, when he
(Fithiau) objected to his leave to
print, came to him with honeyed
Words and informed him that he was
a member of the coiimittce on public
buildings and grounds anil intimated
that if he (Fithlan) had a public
building bill lie (Morse) might be ablu
to lio'p him If the Illinois congress
man could see his way clear to with
draw his objection.
"That is absolutely false," shouted
Mr. Morse, striding tu a war-like man
lier toward Mr. Kithian.
"If the gentleman from Massachu
setts denies this statement," Mr.
Kithian retorted, "I have proof to tub
duce that will sa'lsfy any member
of the house. My colleague, Mr.
lio'dicr, heard the conversation "
Mr. Morse bached against the rails
and leplled meekly: "What the gen
tleman says has the color of truth
(laughter) but the construction he
places on It is uuqualllledly false "
"If the gentleman denies my state
ment," yelled Mr. Kithian, shaking his
list angrily at the Massachusetts con
gressman, "he Is wilfully lying him
self." In a minute the house was in an up
roar, but the speaker brought quiet
by pounding his desk vigorously with
the gael and deelailug both gentle
men out of order. This closed the In
cident. After some routine business the de
bate on the election bill was resumed
and (ieneral .John C. Hlaek of Illinois,
ex-commissioner of pensions, took the
lloor in support of the lull.
Mr. Hlaek was followed by Mr. John
sou of Indiana who spoke iigaiuH the
bill, llreckinridgo of Kentueky fol
lowed Johnson in a constitutional ar
gument in favor of the bill and the
FULL OF WRATH.
tiiKcttx snutor llunminrrs
mi IlllnoU IMItor.
WASin.voroN', Sept so. Tlio resolu
tion offered Wednesday by Mr. Teller
i tilling for information as to the an
ticipation of interest on government
bonds since liiO was taken in in tho
senate yesterday, and Teller said that
if there was no objection he would not
debate it. Agreed to.'
Tho repeal bill was thon taken up
and Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts, sent
tip to the desk and had lead an edito
rial from the Peoria, III., Journal In
relation to the controversy relative to
tlio part taken by Mr. K.rnest Seyd of
Kngland, in the legislation of ls73.
Tlio Journal printed what purported
to bo a quotation from Mr. Hooper's
sneech In the house of representatives
to contradict the letter of Mr. Seytl's
son In this question the words re
ferring to Mr. Seyd. "Who Is now
here," were attributed to Mr. Hooper.
Mr. Hoar had that i art of Mr. Hoop
er's speech read from tho Congression
al Kecjrd and the words, "Who is
now here," did not appear. "These
words," lie said, "are n deliberate,
violent, audacious, unscrupulous and
Mr. Cullom of II Inols knew tlio
editor of tho Peoria Journal, Mr
ll.trties, and while he was astonished
nt the misquotation ho was sum Mr
llarnes was not personally responsible.
This debate continued for more than
an hour nnd then Mr PelTer of Kan
sas sent to tl)o desk and had rcml the
)elter of tle presliett tq (Jovernor
Nortiien of Georgia. The Jotter did
pot- dissipate, said he, the confu .Ion in
the publc mini as to thp president's
real oulniqns, oi) the monetary ques
tions, llo might bo a monqtnetalllst;
ie might, bo a bmataUHt: but there
was nothing in the pres-dent's letter
o show what kind of a tnotullist ho
There Is but one thing Uo nrcsiueiiL
ipsisted upon, and that was hp repeal
pf the Shei-mat) law. Mr. I'effer'b
speed) covered u wide range of sub
jects Tlo opening of the Chetokcc
strip; tl)o niel)iods nf loaning money
pn Weston) farm lunu. the employ
ment qf armed fprces In dlllioultiys
botuepn employers and employed and
tho loaning of money at usurious
rates were ajl discussed. Incident
ally to t))e original question.
YIcn hp was denouncing tho
loaning qf money at what he
pallnil usurious, rates, Mr. Hawley.
Itppuqlleun, of Connecticut uquircd
( thp senator from Kansas had any
money ho wonted to loan without in
terest Mr. I'elfer, unfortunately was
not In a eondlt on to do that.but when
he had In the past loaned money, he
thanked God he had not exacted In
terest for its use and ho never would,
Mr. PelTer at S:10 reached what hu
denominated the subject of "Parities."
Then ho paused and said that while
he was willing to continue with hi
speech in tho evening and to address
the senate until sunrise this morning,
ho did not desire to exhaust tho pa
tience of the senate by asking sena
tors to remain longer than they wished
to. Mr Harris thereupon inovei nit
executive session, after which the
Rear Admiral Weaver has been
placid on the retlreJ list.
CnANK IN THE WHITE HOUSH.
lie Wn l.ouklnc fr llio rrrildrnt mill
Mudo B llcupemto lltltniicr.
Wasiiinotov, Kept 21). l'ollco OIU
cer Heller had a violent struggle yes
terday with an insane man w ho in some
mysterious maimer got into the
White house and was looking for
President Cleveland. The appearance
of the ollleer probably saved the pres
ident from an assault.
How the fellow got inside the build
ing no one knows He as not sen
to enter the s do or rear door. He
appeared to Police Oflicer Heller as
though he had come through the coll
ing and Mild: "I want to see father."
"Who is your father'.'" was asked.
'Mr. Cleveland, of course," was the
"Your father Is out in the garden,
tome with nic and wo will lind him,"
the' nflicci replied. The two Imme
diately started townrd tlu door, the
visitor thinking he war s? ing to meet
the president, but the otllcer lauded
him in the wsitili bo v 'iro Police
man Hible was on duty
llefore Hible knew whit '.as going
on the prisoner grabbed his black
jack from his pocket, evidently think
ing he was getting a pistol lie tried
to uso the blauk-jack on the ofllcers,
but they seized him and the struggle
lasted but a few minutes before the
man was overpowered.
At the station the crank gave his
name as lleorgc Washington, but lie
refused to tell where he lived. No
one at the station had ever seen him
When asked what he wanted nt the
While houso the man answered, "That
When nsked what chair thcinadniuu
replied, "The president's chair."
"Don't you think the president 1111s
it satisfactorily'.'" was asked.
' Xo I don't and I Intend to get it
by fair means or foul, (live mo a pis
tol and 1 will show yon how to get it
BIO ANARCHIST PLOT.
Mcnnit IlciH .llnrk thn ltclrhnr.ith nnd
lltlior Sti uetilrui for Dynamite.
ViKNN.v, Sept. 3D Last Saturday
the police when they found in a house
on Stebenbenbrunner strasse, cases of
revolvers, bombs ready for loading,
explosives with which to load the
bombs and coats with leather lining',
to which hooks for suspending bombs
were attached, also unearthed tu the
walls and furniture of the houso.doeu
ments which showed that tho Anir
chists intended to smuggle a quantity
of dynamite into the vaults under the
Keichsratti, ami when that body tut,
October ll, to blow up tlio building
and members and strike terror into
the hearts of the enemies of the inde
pendent group of Socialists
Tlio reiehsr.ith w;n not the only
building the Anarchists intended to
blow up October 10. They had their
plans fully prepared to blow up t ic
town hall. In this building over 1,000
people would have been ilest-oycil,
Other prominent buildings on the
King Strasse, one of the llnest streets
in Knrope, were doomed to destruc
tion with everybody in them on the
day appointed for tlio anarchist out
break LONC SESSIONS LIKELY.
Ad neat n of i:cl M iy Put Ihroiih
n Midnight Adjournment Kutc.
WASlllNinoN, Sept, Jli Senators in
private conversation confirm tlio inti
mations made on the llo ir of the sen
a to yesterday that there is a movement
on foot looking to bringing together
the Democratic and Republican sena
tors who favor the p sslng of the b 11
for the repeal of the purchasing clause
of the Sherman bill for the purpose of
hastening action, and that one of the
plans under contemplation is the hold
ing of night sessions.
The progiam has not been entirely
perfected because of the refusals of
some senators to agree to it, but it Is
hoped by those who have the matter
In hand to have the scheme so far
agreed to as to pitt it through next
Monday, when the pre cut agreement
for adjournment at t! o'clock will ex
pire Sotuo Itepubliein senators are
understood to be holding out against
RIO AGAIN SHELLED.
ItubiU lCvnctv tlm lloiiiliiir.lliiunt Uritplto
Londo.V, Sept. 20. Cable messages
from Rio do Janeiro received to-day
report that, despite the Intervention of
tho vessols of foreign nations in that
harbor or in open defiance of them,
th robel fleet resumed tho bombard
ment this morning with more fury
than evor and in a short time great
damage l)ad been done nnd several
Colonel W. K. Swit?lcr han b'en np
tpiiitcd a curator of tho Missouri state
Kbii.114 tlty i.r-ilii.
Price veto quotod ai follows No Shard
fUeat. t"tc. No. 3 hard uuoat. M(i5l4c.
Xo I hunt nho.it. Sltji-'c; rejected hard wheat
IVS-V),;. Ko S red wheat. Mi&To No. 3 rod
wheal, 5!'if(-Vc No I red wheat, bit!ic
C-OHN W utout a cunt lower. Olferlnjs
uerefulr Seller were ow to accopt the
lower liiiHSomo corn sold for shipment oarly
at nearly )iMturday'4 prlcoi, but all bldi were
reduced very quickly liecolpts of corn
to-d,iy, U ran: u year aio, 10 iari
No. t mixed corn sold ut Xt'tSJ!ip. No
3 lulled 32ie No 4 mlxcil. 31,o no grade,
SI) 9.0c No. 3 white. XlQ3ia No 3 white,
Sto No. 4 while, iic Shipper! paid S8c MU
sUlppl rlier for Ko. '.' torn and IM)faS."i'o
rlwr for Na i uhlto corn No. 3 mixed told
41c MemphU and No '.' while 41 !ic Moinplil-
(NS.S fTV I-IVi: kTOCIi.
ICANdA Citv. Mo. Sept. 8-Cattlo Ho
relpts, 6,3iA. calve MO shipped yooterday.
4.101. calves, 41. The m irkot for food lecr
and feeder was settle und stronz. other cat-
Dres.od beef and shipping iteers, MOiai Ti
Colorado Hear. filV cow uud helfor. II 10&
3 25 Texan and luJlantecr. R)ttt 15 Tex
as and Indian cow, l.3oS2iV to.kera und
feeder, tSS)QS3i mlxeC. II.S538
Hocs-IteielpU 5.311 shlppsd yoitrday.
3,S.-i Tto cencral marUet wo U to lie lower
than yesterday clolm dull Price ranted
from 10 U5 to tfl 45.
SHEEl'-Kecelpt. 1,373 shlppod yeitorday,
WI There were homo lery rim sheep and
lambs on sale 1 he market for cholco muttons
and lambs was actlio and steady ether iradcs
werodulland 15 to o lower Tho following
are represcntatlie sale.
No Wt. Price. Na Wt I'rlce
& lambs lue 4 01 I M lambs tu aiu
leJmut 84 2 7J K0i mut k3 27J
25lmul 81 !3U
UNABLE TO PAY OUT.
UNDER. PLACED IN RECEIVERS' HANDS.
tiiihllltr l Meot tho Intorrkt .in Dilicn-
turn llnniN tn llio Amount oT tJUIU.OUO
thn limitetlliiln V mo Mcmr
CoiiUlIn mill .ItirvU N. lined
lis itccclwrs by tlio
Kansas Citv, Mo , Sept SO. In tits
federal court at New York yesterday
Roland 11. Con ,(l In si nil Samuel M.
.Inrvis were appointed receivers for
the Jnrvis-Couklin mortgage trust
company. The immediate cause of
the failure of the company was its in
ability to meet the interest on doboti- '
turn bonds to the amount of TOO, 000,
due September 1. The cnmpnny nskod
for four months extension, which was
The capital stock f the company is
J.ii-'.I.OOO. It has done husiucjs in
seventeen states. The mortgages now
in fori'c negotiated through the com
1 any amount to SlT.ooo.ooo, of which
the company's holdings are in the
neighborhood of SO, 000,1)00 but against
this amount some debenture bonds
have been issued.
The local ell'eet of tho company's
failure will bo felt by its borrowers,
who will no longer have tho accom
modation which the company had
heretofote extended them. Aside from
the otlicers and directors there are
but few Western sharo holders. In
the Western states, through which
the company has operated, the calling
In of its resources will be felt to some
extent, as collections will doubtless
be sharply enforced-
ItiiluoM of it rrotiii torato Sllrd t'p thr
lalmidrr -Mr. MIIW Not Liked.
llovoi.fi.r, Sept. SI. (via San Kran
ciseo) Sept. 20. Great excitement lias
been e eated here by reports which
arrived on the last steamer to the
ell'eet Hint the I'nited Stutes would
establish a protectorate over Hawaii,
nnd that an election would beheld.
The Ameiie.in colony announced that
they would not bo coerced into tlio
farce of an election, which would give
the natives cm I nil over the foreign
ers. The people here aie pleased over
the appointment of Minister Willis,
but the annexationists criticise tho
appointment of Mi lis Mills as consul
general, and the provisinnanroveru
ment has been considering the advis
ability of requesting the 1'nltcd States
to to 'nil Mils' appointment He is
objected to on account of a preference
for the Koyalist cause he displayed
while here ns Mr ltlount s seerctnry.
The anneatioiiists say that if Mills is
sent here, ho will bo uietvlloasly
PASSED IN HIS CHECKS.
oThree rinerutl .1 iii.i1' tho Nuto.l I rii
per.nlo, Dim from linn -h it Won uli.
Ar.KA.vsAS Cirv, Kan, Sept. '-'!
"Three-Piiigered Jack," a not-d des
perado, died yesterday morning at
infield from gunshot wounds re
ceived at Per. y, in a gambling den a
few nights s'noe. Jack's real name is
John Pntteison, and he has had a
cho leered career in thise'.ty and Ok a
homa He has been arrested undjjr
nearly every charge in tlio category.
At one tluu he was c.oiumiMoucd a
deputy marshal by ex Marshal (Irimes
to nss'tst in tho capture of the Daltons,
bemuse of his uciiuaiutauco with
them Xaught came of the scheme.
It is reported that he was mixed up in
the Dalton light at lugalls recently.
I' yiui" ItiMolu Ion I'uxiici!.
Washimiiox, Sept. 2t). Delegate
Plynn's resolution calling upon tho
secretary of war to explain bj what
authority soldiers wore permitted to
go on tho Cherokee outlet, nnd recit
ing the death of the man killed on
opening day, and reporto 1 favorably
by tha committee on military all'oirs,
to which il wasM-oferred the other day,
was taken up by the house yesteruay
and passed. Mr. Springer of Illinois
and Vheelerof Alabama ina lespecchcs
in whieh they blamed the law t'eculat-
ing the opening of public lands for tlio
death, and held that tho secretary of
tho interio.', who had been given
diargo of tho troops for that day, was
jn no way losponsible.
Wor ll'l Cll!-,TI!ll it UWilu tin.
Cilli'Aflo, Sj t 20. Tn i w jrld's con
gress of missions opened yesterday
fest upon the close of the parliament
pf religions Tlpare lyas i large at
tendance. On the platform wore
ranged a liumoer oi loreigu mission
aries, both inis.i and women, who
came as delegate to the congress, und
among thorn sat peop'e from India,
China, Jupan and othsr eountrio3 of
the Orient, In bright colored robos,
pouvcrls of Clirlstiauity, who had been
constant attendants on the serious of
the parliament of religions and now
came to give testimony as to the sav
ing graio of tho re Iglon of Christ.
fo IIIk lour strlku.
Tkiiiii: IlAt'TK. Intl., Sept. 20 (Jrand
Muster Sargent has made tho follow
ing stntomont to tho public: "Thero
will bo no strike on tho llig Four
road. I am just In receipt of a tele
cram from Mr. L'n !o hill, tha lire
men's 'fhairman at Cincinnati, haying
that tho tnon ha70 accepted tho situa
tion. 1 leave to-day for Denver to
look into tho trouble over u cut in
wages on the Dcnvor and llio llrando
One thing is bottled and you can an
nounce that ns oumlng from me.
There will bo no trouble ou tho Hig
rrrslilentui Noniiii itiou Withdrawn.
Wasiiinuiiin, So,it i'J. -The presi
dent has iviiJidrau n the nominal! in
of Leopold Mooro of New York city,
to be consul at St l hristopher, et
statu Irrlijntloii I'lincron
hUiii nt snSlnn-
K.vuw, Kan.. Sept. ' 'While- the
delegates to the liiter-tnte Irrigation
congress yestordiiy were discussing the
various plans to jirodiK-o moisture
over this Western country a steady
rain fell throughout the day At 11
o'clock 11 It. Moses of Ureal Itend
called to order one of thp most notable
gatherings ever held in the West
Ytopresentntlves were present from
tlio Dakota, Nebraska. Colorado,
Wyoming, Kansas, Texas and Cali
fornia. Judge Huiery of Lawrence, was
chosen temi orary chairman by tied i
lntition Mayor II. P. Crnrens wel
comed the delegates to the eit( in a
neat address, to whieh Mr. Pros I of
(iardeu City, ropondcd In an able man
ner. When the afternoon session was
culled to order, the committee on ieso
lutions reported. In .substance, thev
are as follows:
ItiMtnuch u tho Vn'toil St"te fovernment
lind put upon the m irkrt urtnlti land In the
West upon which thr rulnfnl1 l InHiitflclent to
tnalie iwtrleulturo pr ii-tle thin. It Is llin dutv of
rniiKre-it to make an appropriation Tor uiprrl
me it i to detcnnlno wlieiher tin undrrllow
water l of suftWtenl mlunio and If posslhle
iuUiI rou lit to the surriuu at n mn to niuur
Kurther 'hat it should determine
whether reservoirs enn hi constructed
for storing the storm water in su in
dent quantity for irrigation purposes.
It was a so decided to make the
movement a permanent one. und olll
eers of the inter statj nsitoeintion were
chosen as follows: K II Moses,
Great Itutul, ptesident; J. I. Ilristow,
SaMua, secretary; Frank Hiigeriuan,
Sulira, treasure!. Uecutive cnminit
tee as follows: I. A. Fiost of Ne
braska, It A McAllister of Omaha.
Judge Kiuery of Lawrence, A. W,
Stnbbs of Garden City, evM.iynr
Clomoiis of Wichita and J. K Wright
of Junction City.
A lesolution was Introduced by Mr.
II ihkloj'.cl.iof engineer of t lie Santa re,
system, which calls for a state engi
neer to lie chosen by each stale inter
ested in irrigation. AM the request of
Hon. T. 11 Merry of California, repre
senting the iiiternntiotinl irrigation
convention, three delegates were se
lected to attend that meeting, which
convenes October 10 at Los Angeles.
So much time was occupied by the
business session that souu of the ad
dresses were abbreviated, however nil
were Intel esting and proved that the
subject of irrigation
many apt students
Olllunrii Kill it popiirndo,
Ciiieioo, Sept. 20. After shorting
and wounding three men, James Mc
Gralh, a notorious West side charac
ter, was shot twice and killed by po
lice olllcers yesterday morning.
The governor of L'tnh has declined
to appoint delegates to the M. Louis
silver coi vention, which meets Octo
John Kniifmnnn, a faimer near
Valparaiso, I ml. , is attracting great
attention by preaching while in tin
til eged trance.
St. Paul lumbermen rldieulo tho
idra of the Mississippi lumber com
pany being a "trust." with only 81,
r.oo ooo capital.
Tho Iron Trade Review snvs tho '
Improvement noted the past two J
week's in the iron industry continues,
but ol a c.uefiil rat?. '
I'l'lncoss Kuiulnnl Is now in school
ill liermanv Mr Davis
is now tu Now York on his nav bad:
Direct r (Ieneral Davis of tho
world's fair, is In Washington, o 10 of
the objucU of his visit being to urge
upon President Clcvelan 1 tint lie
should be present when the fair closes.
The greater pirt of tho S'.'J.OO.l.ooo
of gold held by tho New Yor.t bunks
Is said to lu in the vaults of three of
them, but the scarcity of gold is ovr.
Forest llivs, attended by heavy loss
of life, have prevailed for several
days In the Sierra Mndro mountains
about liftccu milus from Durnugo,
At St Louis tho A. (). F. . refuses
to pay an insur.inso chiim on tho 11 fo
of M. J. P.crgin, alleging that he came
to his death while engaged In making
u folouious assault on uuolhor person.
Sheriff Courtney of Queens county,
says that legal opinion will bo ob
tained as to his power to interfere In
the proposed encounter betwecu
MlUholl and Corbelt b.-foie the Coney
Island athletic club.
In conhcqnuncu of tho seirclty of
Hour and the increase in tho price of
bread in Portugal, nn ollleial dUpnteli
has been published authorizing the
importation of i:.(),0)3 tons of foreign
wheat until July :tl, at a duty of
fifteen rcis per kilo.
11. J. Spink and J. S. Hnuschultc
had a friendly sparring bout in a
North hIiIo b-irbor shop at St. Louis,
during whieh Spink fell to the lloor
und was dead when picked up. Heart
disease wa tho coroner'1" verdict.
Tho extensive agricultural imple
ment works, of the Pari in & Orcudorfl
company nt Canton, III , liavo lesumed
operations in all departments, em
ploying about S00 men. The imple
ment worus is the chief Industry and
support of tho city of Cunto.i.
Hubert j. Preston, if confirmed as
director of the mint, cannot bo re
moved for live years without the con
bont of the senate, u distinct o.i shared
by only one oilluc, t liat of eompliuller
of the ourrvney. 'Jlp. I'reston has.
been connected wait Uio liouhury
'llie spooch of Uladstone nt Albert
liall, Ldlnburgh, Wednesday aftar
noon, U now said to be a blttor dump
nointmont to tho Liberals, who wore
hoping tholr leader would outline the
plan of campaign tu bo undertaken
ngiiiust tho house of lords.
It has been found sluco his daath
that Frederick L. Amos had donated
S100.0X) to Harvard university to
found u reading room, the money to
bo paid In installments. As tho
papers binding tho payments w'eW not
signed, the action of his heir Is
awaited with Interest
Special Agent Aycr has submitted
to Secretary Carlisle a report on tho
production of tin and tin plutes In tho
United S utcs during the quia lor
eiuictl Junii 30 last He says that the
"Sfgregnto output for the quarter was
11 soil,"!,' pounds, of which miro than
forti -nine per cent was from Am ri
can black plates.
PA68UNCER AND MIXED
THREE MEN INSTANTLY KILLED.
I ho IExpAi MoMtMtBor, .Mull Acrnt niul
nrninmi of tho Pitoriiscr the Me-
tlint-'lhii KuglnMtr' luitnro to
(Miey llrlr to Unit fur tho
l'rrljtlit Win thn Cuno
nl thn Accident,
Ix)CiV!U., Ky., Sept S0.--There
i tvai wreck oLtlie Knoxvillo branch
of tho Ioniarine mnl Nashville r.ill
! rna I ut 3:30 p. in. yesterday, nenr Iln
I x 'I Patch, Ky , between passenger
I train No 1.1, noiilli bound, and No. 30,
ti mixed freight north llxpress Mes
i s.-nger Jim Kelly, Mail Agent Smith
nnd rireinnnTi):ii Hjnn of the passen
ger, were instantly killed, and Arthur
Pe.ireo. engineer on the fieight, hid
liis leg broken and was internally in
jured nnd will ptolmbly die None of
the nssetigers were injured, but re
ceived a general shakeup The cause
of ih wreck was due to the passenger
engineer neglecting to obey hi orders
to mwet the freight nt Hael Patch,
where he had orders to w il' for t
I Mnnihi'd tho I'lll'llli; llccld.
I .St.UAlil, Mo , Sept. S!-'llie fea
ture of tho races yesterday at tho
, Missouri state fair was tho free-for till
pace, in which Plying J.b was turned
loose to lower his own lecord i f -' ol
The trn.'k whs In perfect comltluin.
lmta raw enstwiuJ blowup the track
He nmde the mile In 2:01 4 -the lirst
quarter in 0:31, tho second in o :io and
the thbil in 0:31',. the result being
the fastest second heat ever trotted or
Thn Mlmourl Collcct.irihlpi.
I Wamiinotov, Sept. SO. Messrs.
I Ttitsney and Tlllery called tit the
treasury department to-day In refer-
once to the collcctorship for the we t-
mis uuvemireii crn il strict oi m ssourl, but ticcom
I plishnd nothing substantial. It Is
expected that the appointment will
1k nitide sstuiluy or early next week,
and at the samn tim tho seetetary of
the treasury wi 1 name tho collector
for the St. LouIh district.
fplntti ill U Con x'li tlon.
CilU'Ai.ti, Sept. -S Half an hour
before tho national convention
i of spiritualists of tlu I'nitel States
was cnlied to orilrr jesteiday in
, the big hall of the Auditoiium
lodge tho lobbjes and eommitteo
'rooms wer crowded with fol
lowers of the faith Xo less than
1,200 men nnd women assembled to
discuss matters of general hit rest
nnd form a constitution and by-laws.
MliM'hol hy Trill. i liohhom.
1'am CliltlsilAX, Miss, Sept. '.".).
Louisville an 1 Xasltvillo passenger
tialn Xo 2 was bully wrecked at
flulf Port, Mi-R, lust night. Pour
persons were injur.'d in the wreck-.
Tlii.nn mkhrifitvti nrilni-ii.l itn.ii , .ic.
killed. The wreck was the work of
robbers. A mall Mick left on the
, track at tlulf Pint was found in the
' woods gulled an I contents scattered.
Ilnn'i tliihhnfH l'n jit uri'il.
UfcXTOwiu.K, Ark, Sept. 2X
Doputy Un'ted Stitos Marshals
Ilruner, Copelnn 1 ami Smith came in
yesterday ovening with Alfred
Chanoy. nupposeil to be one of llio
robbers who looted tlm People's bank
ut this p'aeo Juno 5. Patties hero
Identified ltlin as hMug the man who
held tho hors s while tho robbery was
Tninni in)' Imreiiti Lamp Iclitor.
firnhNnriMi Hack Tiuch, Sept'.".).
'1'lie lnatch nice between Marcus Daly's
chestnut colt lntumnny nnd (!. Wnl
bauin's hroivn colt l.atniillghter, took
plnco at this track yesterday after
noon in the preseaee of 15,000 persons.
Tammany easily vanquished the sou
of Spendthrift and Torchlight
A Vtluhuii Oirl lhiriiml to Duuli,.
Wiciut, Kan., Sept SO. MrsSunlly,
wife of Poliee Oflicer John Scully, was
looking out of an upper window of her
iousii nt noon to-day when she saw
lior 7-year-old daughter rush into the
yard with her elolliBS on lire and be
fore she could reach her the Utile one
was mi torrihly burned that sho dlqd
hi a few inlniit.'s.
MUxnirl lli; TnUu I'ir4t Tilio.
Ciiiuaoo, Sept 20 III tho compe
tition in the swino ling ut the world's
fair yesterday X. li (Sentry of Sodalia,
Mo, lad winners, the liorkshiro class
being continued He won tlu two
lirst Other premiums were taken by
W. fi. Spyc s, Harvard, Nob., one
second and one third.
I ureal riroi In uturciilu.
Stkamiioat Si'iiixus, Col , Sept. 20
Tin forest lira tliat has boon burn
ing on the Fish oreolc for tho pist
veok in threatening this town, and
onusing considerable consternation
Uttiong thoo nn the outskirts.
UiuiMih nl the Strip.
Toi'KKA, Kun., Sept. 2S. Attorney
(Ieneral Little, in n letter to C L.
McICossou, olork of the district court
of llownnT county, yesterday deeldud
that if :i Kansas stripper intends to
make his rctddoiiac in Oklahoma he
oanaot return to Kansas to vote. This
decision alfuots a large iiutiibernf Kan
sas men now in the strip whoc.xpueted
to roturn to tlnslr former residences
to vote hi November.
lluliii r iisoliutor.
11. T. Haincr, new an Knhl rustler,
but formerly school land clerk In tho
governor's ollico. w as In tho.city yes
terday, llehus told his lollnKuid
for f 800 und has just been made solic
itor of a now railroad it-mpany organ-i.-il
in Kniil to tap tho Santa I'o.
La lies, sec Ujat elegant new line of
ttatlouery at F II LHlle & Co.'a.
A WALK OVER
is ine route we uim in the shoe tr.uie. anil
ii iitj- iiiieiesiniK lo nut i'Ulniiles.
nuii eoinpeitiiiiti asii point a liiileuway is
teeoiil lor speed. In cause though the can't tllhe Vt Illgs. lhc lake feel, mill tin
gelling cm cled with mi main pahs of feel that even lai tn.iki - a lii trap in
ItsMiitiiii'iil Tlii'le ate no gaps in the ii' lin f lnm i. Ihougli. tln ir tu.r t
ing light along to (he tune of 'Still then imne to follow "
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,
11B WEST OKLAHOMA AVbl.
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night-
Second Hand Store.
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices,
See our Gasoline Stoves they can't be
beat, bold iwht DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ave. bet. First and Division.
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
C JEfc rc
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Socond Door North of Harrison on Socond Stroot.
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H.A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
LOOK HERE !
I Am Here to Stay !
If you are In wantof the Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, Flro or llurglar Proof
or Fire and llurglar l'roof;
If you aro In want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, Royal New
Homo Sewing Machine;
If you are in waut of llieycles and Tricycles, such as tho celebrated Imperial
King of Scorchers, tho Fowler, tho Oriel, the Fhiqnix, tho .Central, the
Warwick, the Koud King, tlio Telegram, tho Telephone, tho Courier, tho
Traveler, tho Ketv Mall and tho Road Qucon llieycles, at wholesale nnd
retail, come and get my prices, at 100 li Oklahoma uve., liuthrie, OU. Tor
E. H. KNAUSS,
The English Kitchen,
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in the CITV.
Rates SI.25 Per Day. Board Reasonable
we not mil
elljoi It imiihcIm's, I,ii u i
of fi mt in i as linn li u
will' sim-lt til liiutwriil
heMiiul lii'iitnitf Tin gnmls dual, i
A, C, HIXON, Prop'r,
OK.33 1C ..
iOpp. Land OHlce.)