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UNTEKtO AT TIIK POST-OFFICK AT rjCTIttUr, OK , 8 SECOND CtASS MATTKR
OPF1CK OK l'CBLICATION : HakKHOM AVKNUR
UUTURIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, (K'TOlJKU 1, 1808.
w it th tk
NO- 2, i.
UL ACCIDENT IN A MICHI
IWEiNTY-ElGHT MEll ARE BURIED.
llio Main Mi tit or llii' .MiiikIU'IiI .Mini
Nojir M iriiii'Ur, Width Hunt t'ntlvr
u llWrr, Ciiw-s In mill Ilia W.ittir
lutiiiitly I'liiiiiU lliu Alhui
'lhrrn Mou llliin (Mil liy
the Kiitliln: Wuter.
.Maikji'Ktti:, Mich., Sept. SO Re
coils from Cfys-tult Kails state that it
cave-in :tl Manslicld mine, so veil miles
oust of that vitiligo, i exulted yesterday
morning in the cntombmontnf twenty
eight minors, all of whom uio iloail.
The ni.iin shaft of the mine extends
tinilor tin; M ictii(,'umitio i Ivor anil the
subsiding of the ground turnoil the
stream into the mine, Hooding ilalinosl
The accident occurred at '.I o'clock
Thumb v night. Tlie mine lilted with
water in two lionrs and only three of
the men below escaped 'I hey were
in the shaft and were literally blown
out by the rushing water and air.
which made it impossible for the
rescuing party to leave the cage for
the rescue of others. It is impossible
now to obtain names of the drowuiled
men. Nearly alt are Italians and
't'lie cave in is about tiftceu foot in
diameter and the mine is entirely
tilled Willi water to the liver level
The Mansfield mine is located seven
miles west of this city. It is one of
the Schlosinger group and is operated
by Corrigan, Ives .V Co. of Cleve
land. It runs out under the
river, but the intervening wall was
siippos d to be of such a thickness as
to make lloodtng liupossih'c. and no
extra precautious had been taken
against a di aster of this kind Tho
night shift of men went into t lie mine
at the usual time, ami were deep in
the pit when the break occuried.
CAPTURED BY THE REHEUy.
rortrfM IIhuiI of ShiiI.i Cutli irlu i
Si'lrml hy ' 11 r t r It Iii,iirrnt4.
London, Sept. 30. A dispatch re
ceived in this city to day from
liiazil announces that S.mta Citlli
arina, a fortrossed island, surren
dered to the rebels to-day IhN is
looked upon as an important victory
for the rebels, as it is lontiguous to
Kin (Jrande do Sill, which is now seri
The rebel squadion which went
south from S.intos after falling to
elVeet a landing there, leaving :i war
vessel to blockade that port, has been
oir the island of Santa Catliarina for
some time past and the surrender of
Desterro, on ihe west coast was an
nounced, but not believed, some ten
The rebels are now said to be in
full possession of the island, which is
well watered, capable of being made
a most important harbor, and
having a superb bay where the
rebel ships can provision and
lelit. It will serve as a base
from which the rebels will direct their
inland operations as the commander.
Admiral do Mollo. intends to carry on
the war-on the land and gradually,
if possible, gather together an army
strong enough to meet l'roslilent
IVixotto's forces In a pitched battle.
pVE HANGED AT QNCE-
Xcrcu MunlnrcM ry"llj.' I.mm' l'ciinll.v
In I'ulillr In (.eorglti.
ATI.4MM. Ga.Sepf. 3q. At .Mouijt
Vernon, in Montgomery equnty, to:
day at J'J o'clock, flyo negroijs were,
liaiigod at one tune, froin tl,e same
sqailold Tle hangiqg was publk and,
thousands nt persons were present
flhjs was the first lungig in, that
poiuity since, tljQ wap.
Wli-L NOT BE ALLOWED.
The forlieltTlUlie. 1'IrIU W
(mini Oir Ht Com-y Iilunil.
41.HA.vr, tf. V.. Sept. 30.-polonel
T. S. Williams, private secretary to
Coventor Flower, said. witl rofe.ro.nco
to the propoed mill between Corbet t
and Mitchell at Conev Island: "I
think 1 express the. governor's deter
mination when I say tint he will ex
ert his ofllcial power to prevent a
violation of the law by the exhibition
of a prlo light" .
Truiileil In lliatli In " Sj hukqeu.
Wahsaw .Sept. 30. A false alarm
of lire was given yotterday in the
synagogue at Kalwara near Sttwalkl
and the wor hippor.s started at ouco
the two exits. Miw do.til oodles
SILVER AND PROTECTION.
I'l'llll, IvHIllll .Mllllllf.K'lliri'l, I'HItlmi til
Smite In I'mtir i( Until.
Waiii.oto.v, Sept. 311 -When the
Bcnatu mot tliU morning Mr
Cameron presented a ctitlon
feigned, he Raid, by 111 iimntl
faoliirers of l'liilndotphia, represent
Ing STfi.OOO.OOO capital mid employing
100,001) inun with 11 yearly product of
ttr.O,000,W)0 in favor of legislation to
procerve the protective character of
the tarilT and the integrity of silver
as a money metal. The petition fav
ors llio admission of American sl.vcr
bullion to coinage upon tho payment
by the owner of t foignlorago absorb
ing three fourths of llio dillerenee be
tween the London price of bullion and
itfi value when coltiee. It was printed
as a document.
The repeal bill was thou taken up
ami Mr. Harris of 'JVimossoe spoke in
opposition. He said the passage of
the bill meant no more legal tender
sliver dollars hereafter an. I that silver
could only be used as fractional cur
icncy, which meant practically the
demonetization of silver with a gold
standard, lieforring to the platform
of the Kopuhtican and Demo rut lo
parties he said the representatives of
the Populist party on the lloor of the
senate must excuse him for not quot
ing the platform of their party, for
that party was not great and would
only become so when the Itepublica 1
and Democratic parties failed to cariv
out their pledges to the people. He
ridiculed the idea of main
taining the parity of gold anil
silver, which the substitute of the
finance committee declares to be the
policy of the government, when one
metal was degraded by logU at on and
the other boomed He believed in the
free coinage of the American product
of silver at any ratio to be agri ed
upon, siying that Hi to 1 would be
satisfactory, lie has always under
stood that Mr. Sliei 111 111 believed and
hid stated that limited coinage pro
tided for by t he lllaud-Allison act
would bring the 1'nitod States to a
silver standard and drive g ild out of
Mr Shot mail said he believed as he
alw ivs had that the continued pur
chase of silver either under the I'.liind
mid Allison net or the act of ls')i, but
without limitation continuous y,
would unquestionably bring the coun
try to a tune when gold would ilisip
pear from circulation and silver would
be the only standard
IJuite a colloquy followed between
Messrs. Harris and Sherman as In ihe
effect on gold of limited and unlimited
silver coinage. In concluding his
speech Mr. Harris said that lie was
ready for any fair compromise.
Mr. Morgan of Alabama next ad
dressed tiie senate Hub 'gau by the
discussion of the probability of secur
ing a treaty with (ireat I'.iitaiii on the
silver question which, lie said, was
HOT DEBATE IN THE IIOU3E,
.MullllHT tit-t rt) W.irm t)T till-
i:if-rtltn lllll lli,i iniliin.
Warmish iov, So, it. 31 -The seere
tary of the treasury tr insmitted to
the house '.o-day th." instuull us sent
to customs and other oillcials of the
department with rofoivn -e to the t'lii
nose exclusion act They weie prac
tically identical with the instructions
transmitted by th attorney general
The number of Chinese in tins e ntntry
was estimated at Imi.oilil, the number
legisterod at l.V-TI nut number de
'Ihe debate on the Tucker bill was
then resumed, Mr. haey of Iowa
spciklng in opposition. When he be
gan to deseribo alleged election meth
ods in South Carolina Mr. Talbert of
that state became hotly indignant
Altera tierce altercation the latter
gald: ' I deny the lone of the gentle
man's icuiurks ami challenge his
"T 11111 glad the gentleman denies
the tone of my roinark.s," lopliod Mr.
Lacy, "for lu caifiiot deny the facts
!am lesponsUdu for tlo tone. 'I he
ao.t speak for. themselves." Laugh
TIIE SILVER FIGHT.
A COMPROMISE SAID TO HAVE
UNCONDITIONAL REPEAL GIVEN UP
Itrppiil of Ilia l'urcli ma CI iimf. Coin lfj3
fir siHur tu tho A1111n1.it nf 8700,-
0011,1111.), 11111I All tin, llnlllc.11 In
llin I li'iiur3, mill tlin S 1I11 nT
Uolil ItoniN In nrreii40
the tluhl Iti'icrif.
W.viiiivnTo.v, Sept, 30 Tiie Demo
cratic repeal senators havo practically
given up the litei that the Sherman
law oau be repealed unconditionally
and have, after numerous conferences,
decided upon u compromise which they
believe will end the long tight and
seciue the passage of a bill to relieve
the present situation by the end of
Senator (lortnini and other Demo
cratic lepeal senators hao been ac
tively engaged In arranging the terms
of the compromise, and they believe
they have succeeded. It involves con
cessions on both sides, i'irst, the re
peal of the pineliasing clause; second,
the coinage of a specilled amount,
? ,(100,000 or S .',3 10,0,10 per
month, until the total silver
coinnge is JTOO,OJO,0 10; third:
the coinage of all the bullion in the
treasury, and fourth, the sale of gold
bonds to increase the srold icserve to
an amount which will bo doomed
sullicieut to insure the 111 ilutemiiiec
of gold and silver money at a pirity.
When the proposition was submitted
to Secretary I arlisle he insisted upon
the latter pro ision to the agreement.
It is tho general understanding that
the silver Kepiiblienn senator will
agree to the compiomise
r'iiutor (ionium vouches for that.
The only thing in the way of this pro
gram now serins to be tho prosi lent.
He has not, so far as known, abso
lutely given his consent, although tho
iiequlescoiu e of Secretary
INDIAN CONSTABLE KILLED.
.Icliimm l.rnln Mint lliiwn on llio stroelt
or Ar.linorii liy Mtllrinlrt '.nnmull.
AniiMoni.. Ind Tor , Sept .Inhii
ori Lewis, con .table of Tishomingo
county, was shot and instantly killed
heie this morning by Nathaniel .um
walt. Lewis i-iiuio to town from
Wvnnowooii and tiiuling .imiwalt.
who claims to be ait hid nu. on the
sheets with 11 plstjl on, Lewis dis
X.iiutwalt wnn soon walking iii nitil
down the streets, Winchester In hand,
apparently looking for some one.
Lewis was tniidliiff i Ma 11 treet.
Apdroae'ilng Lewis .iMnv.ilt demand
ed that ho return him ' 1 pUtol Lew
Is ref.iscd to give this gun up and
slutted to walk off. ho had proceeded
but a few stop when Xutnwalt called
out, ' (iivo me that gun. nt the smno
moment covering liim with hts In
Chester The Indian hesitated 11 moment and
Kumwnlt tiled and Lewis fell to the
sidewalk in the Tiroes of death, unit
without rising tired a shot from his
pistol at timwalt, bit missed him.
.lumwitlt made his way hurriolly
through town towards the south, but
was quickly overtaken and captuied
by Deputy '.Marshal I'ulliatii Johnson
Low-is is the Indian who killed Joe
Wolf, at Mill Creek, two weeks ago
UNCLE SAM TAKING A HAND.
R. C. DUN'S REVIEW.
ADOU1 'V.OOO FAILURES
MlnUtrr Tliiiiiipiiiii linlrnelml In Pre
sent I'uitliur lluttriirtlini at Itln.
Lonikiv. Sept 31 A privato dis
patch loeeived here fro-u III i de Jan
eiro (,'ivos the following important in
formation: Tho American minister yesterday
instructed tliu 00 iiinander of tho
United Stilton steamer Charleston to
protect Amori'-au goods in hirgj in
the bay from seizure I17 the re
volting squadioa. Ho ul'ii tele
giaphed the goveriiuient at Washing
to 1 ailv sing tho l'iiitel St lies to
vigorous'y protest agu nt the further
bombaidinent of K o .laneiio; that
many iion-eombitii-its hid li -en killed
and much pro or,y detroyt-d by tho
repeated firing on the o tv.
The t'nite I Slates government has
I instructed Minister 'I hompsou to make
! ovory posiblo effort to protect Auiori-
1 can persons and property and that till
the moral force or the government
LIABILITIES OF $150,000,000.
IStHlfiri fur llin l,l Wrrk ll.n Not
Ali't i:rrl lllcini Mima ol llio
WnrkH Hint Ui'niiinnil Mil CIiiik
tlitllll AlfillllCotllllltMIIMl SOIIIU-
wluit ItlmlnUlu'il li l'm,l
hllllli'i.oi Cold i:i.irl.
Would indicate tlmt ho would do so
iVM'i.t'i'rtiiNs to ciiM.urruii'i.
I arlisle should bo oortod to nrevent further
destruution and li'oodiliod
Clllll.ll. .Mllll lllMII'llll In llio
Ilmiit. or tlin MnnliiU.
W silli.lox, Sept -10 Assistant
SecreUiry Hamlin has issued the fcl-low-ing
tuslriictloas to the collectois
of eustouis at San IViiucisoo eoncei n
ing Chinese held for violation of tho
(ieary and other in ts:
' Chinese persons whether convicted
iinilei the tioary a 1 or previous acts,
must not be loeeived by you, but must
r-miiiu in the custody of marshals
until deported You are aulhoiied to
I av the actual ami t ocossary epenses
incurred by inar-hals in the tr uisporla
tiou of Chinese from Inland ports to
San IVuneisco: also bteiimshlp charges
for deportation on vouchors certihed
by the m ir-h lis to bo taken by you in
each case You will be undo a s oclal
disbursing ajfont for tills purpose.
Should any ease aii-o before your
qualillcatiou as special disbursing
agent, such expenses may be paid
from funds in your hands to bo reim
bursed fi 0111 Ihinoso appropriations
Make the best temporary arrange
ments practicable with steamship
companies as to rates and advise the
wiiiii found li -ar t,hu exUs mid, twenty
parsoim lay unoiuclom and blooding
wTiero tdi'ey had' h'oiju truinp'lpn oi
Fully 10 1 persons weio injured In the
rni. l'lfieen aio suffering from
wounds llketv to cause death.
Ar;i lit Inn llrlio lleiiti'U.
Vai.I'AHAIpo, SepL 20. A dispatch
from Saul ago s-iys that advices have
been received that the government of
Argentina has overcome the rgvolu
tlonlsts in the state of Santa Ke and
suppressed the turbulent element in
the city and in tho province of Itueno,
Avrub The uiiny is. still loyal to the
government and thu liop" ! expro'soij
tlidt older will ho snocdlly restored in
fill tli.i'si.'tectl.Sns'of'tliecoutilry which
jiavo been the sceuu of insurrection.
KciM'llt-il fur Uorr,
Ri'itiNfii'iKi.li. Mo , Sopt. 30. At it
meeting of the Greene county Haptist
association the Kev. .1. M. Carter and
the Ash Grove Uaptist church were
expelled for heresy. Carter hold th at
the souls of the wicked simply dissolved
unit that they met no future punish
moiit. A niajorty of his congregation
Voted to sustain him
Mr. McLaur.-n of South Carolina se
cured tho lloor for live minutes to re
ply to Mr. Lacey's strictures on South
Mr. Wilson of Washington inler
ruptpd to auk why, if tiu Democ-atic
party was In fu hi of local self gov
eminent President Cluyaud had ap
pointed Southern men t places in
Minnesota. Nortl) and South Dakota
and other Western states.
Mr. De Annonilof Missouri followed
in support of the measure.
Kuik i ( liy i nil ii.
1'rlccM were ijuotoJ in follows No 2 liar J
wheal, it'iC No. 3 hard wheat, 5:i51',o
No 4 hurd wheat. Bht-Vc roJuetoU hanl wheat
4VU50c; No. S roil wheat M'i'iii'is No. I roJ
wheat, 51W&Klc No I roj who l. SlgfSJc
Coils Was linn to ilr. oll nt ut about
jeslcrJay's jirlccH The olturhi s wero fair
urn! demand, espoclally for Southern trails
.,imnuli.it imiirniful Hiccititii of roni 61
' earn a year a o. i7 van No ! mixed old at
13L.C Na 3 uitzoJ. 33o Nq 4 mlxuJ 31', c:
no iraile. ."JoJJc No 'J whtto. 33t1illo
No. 3 white. 33n Ni 4 vh to 'Xi S'llyoori
tidld Sh i3b'Jo Mtais.ipiil tt vur for Na : com
ind :si rlu'V for No 'i white corn Na
Jiiilicd hold ll'i'iiH'o Mompnlt anJ No 1
white II i4l'c Mumplil
Ueiuand fur oats was very voo.l aim prices
wore about a icnt hluhor. Itoiulpts of oat-s
lo day. 13 curi. it yoar ao. 1 cars. No.i tnlxoil
toM at .Iji'flo, according to quality
und blllliii. No 3 iifliio No. I, M
UftTe No. S white, '.7 S'o No 3 white,
tnastle. Hvk Sold rathor..8loly Nu -
4Io rlor Na 3. uomhially, 43 tlflj I'l.w
M:tu I'lnn fWto jK'r tm la car loti,
uion tlio bais of puro nuall lots. 3 lo ho lo
liluN-Moady ITtlc pr cwt built S 0a
liu Castoii IIBNs-tl -gpcf bu In oar lots
Uliull lols, 1U Co.V CliPI'-rlnu 7I3WJ
cw(Ut-lw1 JlV -iwiiP.iPrs mar-
toady Jiniomy canicq, juj no i,
5JI&H la.v naiU-n, avntn ruiiey prair.o.
U)(jd5J too4 to iliuiuu, Mloaj louiiuoa,
St I.ouh. Mo. Sopt S8 -Uucolpts of
wheal, i7,o0)bu. Ivd yeir, ID'.WJ hu oorn,
OlOOJbj 1-atjoir S4 JW bu oat. 31.0)1 bu,
list jeir, -'i.u)l bu Vhoat-Ouh. Ofci
September, WiC Oatobor, tie Do
ttmber. M " 1M May, 7M,. Oarn
Cali sfl'iC .Soptcmber 3To Octobor. 37c. Do
cmhir. SCO M iv, 4)0. Oats-Ca.sti, S74C
M iv. 3 c
l.ur'-y .II.iii May Ciiiiut rrmii Ihe
Wrstrru I'url of llio Mulr.
Wasiii.no ion, Sept. '30. .lust as soon
as it began to bo rumoro.i about that
the president was going to the west
ern part of tho state to select a
'nited States marshal for Kansas, the
politicians fioni that section began to
bc-tir themselves. The list of appli
cants for the marshalship Is no longer
limited to three men from the eastern
section. .Ioj McClullan 1 from King-iiia-i,
Willian II. Ky.in of ltra.llton,
Ihorokee county, .1. 11. Johnson of
J'ealtady and Tomas .lonklns of Scott
poiuity jiavo comu into the light with
uiieh li iu und enthusiasm. Joint
aton o! Infield, who wanted to lie
nited States district attorney, lu also
speculated upon, but has not yet made
known his wishes.
V61II.vojon. Sept, SO. Tho owners
and manager of abbittolr.s and pack
ing houses enga'io I in thu slaughter
ing, curing and pauklngof suliu have
been notitied that beginning with
Octobor I tho agr. cultural department
will eo iiineiicu an inspection of all
swine slaughtered In the United
States lor ooth inter state and export
trade as ronulrod by act of congress,
approved March .1, l.V.U Secretary
Mm ton calls attention to tho fact that
Inis iisp. etiiin is uominttkiirv upon his
dopiirtniont and that it U not optional
with tho slaughterer or packer to ac
cept suoh inspection.
llio I'll toil I'llt-IIU.
WASitisorov, Sept 0. Tlio govern
mont directors of the L'nlon I'lieiflc
railioad in their annual report to the
secretary of the intoiior show the road
to be in good conditlun. The earnings
f..r the vour ended Juno 30 wero ?lt)
t.r.H.o.'iS. which is a decrease for the
i "f ft
(loner il lUlu I lirmi -lio.it li.i h.h.
Sw.in, Kan., Sept. 3d The rain
which fell in Kansas ycUorduy was
general over the state, from Salina to
fiaidon City. The ground is soaked
to a depth of o or a foot, pnttiiv it
in the lint st possible condition fur fall
seeding. It is the best general rain
that has fallen in twelve months.
Hindu . ..
Ari'iitliie Itulii'llliitt ut mi 1 ml.
ltl'I.Mis AtlllH, Sept. .10 Tlio latest
rcpoils received hero from goverii
uient sources are th it 1'osario will
most likely surrender or iilrei ly his
siirionderod. tienerat Lsplua, who
Incited tho attack nruie by tin rebel
torpedo I oats upon the government
iv,, vnvkMlv In llii, oiittir rnmla will tin
shottodiy. Tlio nati mAl tfiinrds of ,.iB'JX1 .ij. ".".'
iieuos .tyres proper, ami me sur
roiiiiding districts, have been dis
banded, their senioos being not
-I'liitnr .itiiiiin's i:i.i. i i.i inn,
Wakiiini.iov, Sopt, :() senator
Mai tin Introduced a bill to grant a
right of iay to the Kansas, Oklahoma
Central and Southwestern railway
company Ihroug'i the Indian Ter
ritory. It provide that the loinpnny
shall bo empowered to start in llio
tenitory on tiie Kansas lino in Mont
gomery county and run in Hi south
western direction to Kl Iteno Tho
bill is a du dicato of the one introduc
ed on the same matter li) Itepivscutu
Ni:v Yottic, Sopt. '."J K. O. Dun .t
C.'8 weekly review says a coiuplotu
stiiteinent of fallureft for the quarter
which will close to-night is not possi
ble, but the number thus fur reported
is iiluut 1, 00.), and thu aggregate of
nihilities about SIA0.Oon.iM0, greatly
surpassing tho record of any previous
For the past week the failures liao
been .120 in the United States, an I .It
"Hope deferred ' e.plalns the past
week in part, and it is doubtless true
that man Indulged uiiioasotiable
hope, but business has not entirely
answered expectations It is true al
so that many works which have re
sumed operations did not find orders
ns htvire or tlio demand from consum
ers us vigorous as they anticipated, and
it Is a question w hothcr they w 111 not
While money on call lias been cheap,
and about SUIOO.ooo clearing houso
eortillcates have boon rotlied, thre hi
peivoptiblyjnoro caution in making
commercial loans here and nt somu
Western points Continence, proverb-lull.-
of slow giowlh, hts boon some
what dl iiiiiishoil, in part, because ad
van ing oNihangos suggest the possi
bility of gold exports
ltailroad earnings for September
show a dec ino of thirteen per cent,
compiled witli last year.
Xi:w Yohk, Sept 30 The following
table, coiupllod by ISradstreot's. gives
the clearings house returns for the
week ending Sept. 'JS, with percent
ugcKof Inoroaso and decrease, as com
paiod with the corresponding week
of last year:
A WALK OVER
ilot It oursehi
N tho louto we take In tho shoo trade, and to not only en
li ory inicicsimK m our customers. ui' stock of footwcai Is w
oiid roiiipottliou as a point a mllo ina is hcnnd hoailui.' Tlieso kiiihK
record lot speed. iM'caiiM-tliuiiKh the tan t taken lugs tin iul,e fn-t ,im
(jotting coimceteil with "oiiiiiiin lmli- of fn t that ( ci da in iki - ti hiii u.n
assortmi'lit Thole aio no gups In the iniici suiti uf Ihimi- 1 1 tz ! I li, i i i
ing light along to the tunc of 'Still tin u -mini to follow
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,
118 WMST OKLAHOMA AVK.
Clearln :si lnc I)
J rtlSil Ols
I .' : I
1 Ut lK.ll
. Stit -j.-ii
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night-
A, C, HIXON, Prop'r,
LOOKED DOVN A GUN.
ear of el.OUi
ti i'iir veto
fiiipt. sj.i-W- W.
Veijb, u railroad tickot spalpiir, was
arrested this aftornoon upon the com
plaint of V J lllacU, assistant gen
eral passenger and ticket agent of the
Santa Fe road, charged with forgery.
Detectives had been ufter him for two
ciiy nvi: Tflpji-
lUtlAS PITV, Mfl. SchI 2-CsUla-Ke
relptu, 6,i4:i cubes lIPl'ed Ji'lraay
S7J7 ciiites, M Tho ppm-rl a rUt a
a'lthoaud stroa to I x hi her Uirou hout
Pressed ttef ai d Inrpla SKtff ' '
Colorado ntcr w ,lt fcr
S7J Texas att4 lliJUu steeri, UsSi 5
sioikeri auJ fceJcn. tltOjiTJ unci -j
hntlro EVstcni durtll
t-il.iUl.TW, a ilocroi'fco of 3t0 ,',l.'7,
pciiRO uicronsou iu,i.
JlurrU MU ho ( n.illrincd.
Vasiii.no ii.v. Sopt 30. Sonutor
Martin 111 no lonjter oppoo thu con.
llriuatlon of Dick M rrU as Unltnd
States icvenuo collector for Kansas.
The matter h s all h-'on settled ami
tho continuation is a certainty.
A"ill Mrct lit fhl-a;i.
Toi-kivA, Kan., Sept' 3J.' Labor
Commissioner Thdd has recelvad, fy
tlcu of n meotlng qf t'dO n,aTian-4l i n
6iolallft of lar eommHsiJnar.. and
flilpfs o( labqr bureaus, to bo l!ld a
Chleagp, October 'l i'H regunir nif
jUlHl meat ng &uV haw ii"un n"i
In AlUnv lact Muy.but wits n gleotod
onucoountof tho retirement of tom
mUsloner l'eclt, of J3W York, who
wub president of the nattoual asiocla-lion.
At a lire in a mattress factory in
New Orleans two men were biuntd to
Tuo Alton, Kan., Kmpire ha boon
sold to Moo in ,V (inddaid, a law 111 in
of AHon II. 1) Wilson w ill continue
in tho editorial choir.
1'i-luco lllsmat'ck has resumed hit
daily drives and looks fairly well. He
will probibly not leave Kisseugou be
fore next week.
lhnite Zola contributed 10 francs
to the relief fund of the French miners
and scut his wnrmest svinpathy, say
ing: "Let poace he made in the na i o
of tho little (hildren and mothers."
Immigration authorities of this
country are busily engaged preparing
rules and regulations for the enforce
of the agreement witli Canad i as to
the inspection of immigrants.
'1 ho furnaces in the Iiiion rolling
mill at Cleveland,. Olpp, will ha
lighted, Sunhiy tugl Bud vin .Mo.uluy
morning the w-qyks. will resume opera-
tw w.ith Hi.: full force of loo men us
a union mill
No trnoo of tho secretary of tho
lloiuo Saving and Loan association,
his olllco or residence could be found
in St. Louis, when the announcement
of the up point mont of a teeoiver
1 cached t'noro. Ho has moved within
Hie past ten days.
At Indianapolis llobort Html a ills--ipatod
paiir.er. shoe and Utile I hts
wife and thou committed suicide, llin
wife was going to leave him lon he
called her back ift'V.e liuti'o and
At Williamsburg, Clermont county,
Ohio, Mllo Wilson, tl laborer, shot ami
killed I v 1 Wurman, aged II years,
ho.ause h r parents objected lohis at
tentions 1 1 the child The iiuirdeier
thou killed Itiniholf,
Sinalor DnboU has Introduced a
hill to roliuhiirse tho Chickasaw na
tion in the sum of Jlsl.o.m. whit his
ullegod to be the accrued intorct oi
part of 11 trust fund, ' orjfoueou ly
dn.p ed from the ic.ori lifj, hiy
) cars ago.
Two ynhi.iblfc strtllmnsal iladdon
livid. X. .r. ought a duel, liy no I.
dent they wuio lot into tlio (.rime Held
and the niaio valpille itu speenuibod
lo the biles and l,io!; of thp oilier.
wllhU liuUhcd by didglf'Ug it urouml
l the tl11u.1l
At I'l 10 llluIT, Ark , a Irem-ndous
i.x'n pou ret it'nv 1, wit'i nillli ins or
small frogs. The principal -'u. t in
the buslnc-s part of t mil were, cov-
,eio I wllh tln'-.o pe Is In la f un
1 huui lieu l a 1 dlsupi eared.
All-r Willi h 1 I'urry Atliirni'.v liWaiirgiHl
Mnnrv (llii ilnril Iriiin Slrii Si.ttlcr.
AlikAVRts Cirv, Kan, Sept. .to.
I'assengors on the north-bound train
fiom l'erry last ovoniiig brought tho
news of an exciting time yesterday
morning Santa To, county
seat of K county, has a large
number of law firms who have
advertised to make tilings bofoiti
Judge Wood'on, probate judge of
county. All to'd, about .inn futtlcitt
have paid their i'.Ti each to yaiious ut
torneys to make tloir filings, Uegls
tor Meliino of tho land utllee has
refused to iccognlzc, thoo tilings and
11 .s ruled that tlio lnossongor bearing
the papers uuist take his place In line
;unl ti.o in turn The indignation has
been giuwiug against the attorneys
for neither securing the tilings nor re
turning the money paid lliom
Yesterday morning at l'erry a num
ber of settlors iu't an attorney named
Finney, to whom they had paid money,
and demanded its return Mo vofused
to give it up, whexoiipon Hubert ltur
licit kipickod him down and several
fiihoi's kiokod him As sosnas Finney
could regain h.s foot ho started to get
Ills W luchostur in It's tout, but was in
stantly covered with revolvers in tho
hands -f the men from whom ho hud
taken money. A forcible talk, baoke 1
by the revolvers, made, the attorney
disgorge the inniioy paid him, and tho
trouble was Rottlod without liloodshed.
AT GARDEN CITY.
Second Hand Store.
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices,
Sec our Gasoline Stoves they can't be
beat Sold right DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ate. bet. First and Division.
CAFE :-: RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
O JEZ X JEZ 3EC.
Oysters, Came and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Second Door North of Harrison on Second Stroot.
Dcli'i; ttut tJ tlio illii J Irrljdtlini Con
tiMitiou Si'u l'ruttlritl IttmulU.
Gaiidkn Cit. Kan., .Sept. 20 Tho
interstate iri'l(.'utlou eonvpn.tinn
whioh closed its session, ii Salina, was
the busiest uieutliu? of thl kind ever
hold i Uo Wtci
''9 uiVa Irrigation association
TU iio'd IU noNt iiioetlnjf in Soptem
hor of next your at Wlehlta, and in
the meiiiitlme tho oxecutlvu ooiumltieo
will do all in its power to advance
The fol owlnj,' delegates were elect
ed to the uitei national convention in
m Aiigolux, Cal.: .lud'o Ihnery,
I,awronco; I., llaldwln, (.real Itond;
.1. K. Wright, .Inaction City; . I, i
llristow, J-u Ina; A. V. Stuhbs, (.irden
City: II It Mosul, (Jroat HojuV, X SI,
Frost, ti.irden C$ Sr l(miy anil
Mr. Maxwell, TftpvUn
tttvov Viy yostorduy shared tho
Uoioi.s of the irrlf.itlon iiioveiuent
wlthSaliiut Over you delegates uc
twnted the Invitation of the banta l'u
i a 1 1 road to enjoy a free excursion to
(iurden City. Tho excursion arilved
at noon und was most cordially wel
comed by a 1 ir.'o doloif.iliou of (Jar
don Cll Imsin 'ss men Two lioiirty
were spent by thu delegates vh'wlnif
tlm work of Irrlgutlim i Yxw?
eortnty. Over l.'.o mile.' o,f iUcl,(i uro
now In operation lioro tP-tblo of )rri
fulini:'u'er 7.,0iVl nejvi of land.
Uci,olilB lndlUK I'r.im I'liio 1lldc.
our V'""IN,,N. Ntdv, Sept. 30.
Two. topt rf thu Ninth cavalry,
(lui'ln. W' d Flu.ity's. arc held in
l-oudtne&t to proceed lo St.indint,' Koclc
0)fcnov as im escort for -too Indians
(ixiili l'liioltidtfeiiifoiwv. Thirteen six
mill one four inuio loams fiom hero
will bo Ihe transportation to :ic
comp uiv thir, coui.t und 1'rauh til rant
from i'ort MnJClnuey Is hero lo go
uIoiih: u guide uml Interpreter.
CAPITAL CITY BOOK STORE,
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
LOOK HERE I--
Tho supremo council of Minnesota
KpiKhU of 1'vUilus utod 31 to 10
aijalii I tiie admission of tuiiior dealers
I to the rdcr.
I Am Here t'o Stay!
If you aro in wantof tho Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, Firo or llurglar l'roof
or Tiro and ltiirf:lar 1'roof;
If you aro in want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, I.oyal vr
Homo Sewing Machine;
If you uro in want of Jlicycles aud Trhyelos, such as tho celebrated Impiri.il
King of Scorchers, the I'owlor, tho Oriel, tho lMiionlx, tho liniral, Ihe
Warwick, tho Itoad King, tho Telegram, tlio Telephone, tho I miner, the
Traveler, tho New Mail and tho Koud Queen llieycles, nt wbo'calo ant
retail, como und got my prices, at 10(5 K. Olclahoma ave., tintliin', tU Jer
E. H. KNAUSS, Mannfier.
The English Kitchen,
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST 111 ihe CITY,
Rates SI.25 Per Day. Board Reasonable
115 orth Stvond Stre.-t.
- -- .. Mii viMcuiuiiic wcinue.
jUpp. Land Q 111 pe.)