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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY MORNING, (KJTOIJICR :i, 1803.
NO. 2 (jo.
DE HELLOS LETS UP.
THE REBEL ADMIRAL. HEEDS
BOMBARDMENT OF RtO STOPPED.
I'urclgn MlnItT mil i;oiniii:inlrr ut
q Vnrti! Slnko StroiiR !(rirncntu-
Hunt, nml In Coinctiin.o Ilia
Outlook Seomi Mnro livif
utile CntifllcllKB llcpclt
DOY SHOT DY A NECRO.
I.oxno.v, Oct. 3. -Dispatches re
ceived here from Ui.i do Janeiro to
tiny arc Hint Admiral ilc Melius, colu
mn ruler of the rebel fleet, intended to
attack the forts at the mouth of Rio
lmrbjr to-day, but ileslstctLjipon the
.strong representations of the com
manders of the foreign ships.
The Hritish minister at Uio took an
active part with the otlio'- foreign
ministers In doing everything possi
ble to secure the cessation of hostil
ities aud at noon to-day n dispatch
was received from Uio which Indi ales
Hint the Intervention of the ministers
anil of the commanders of the foreiiMi
wnr vessels has 1 een successful a'.id Tt
is now believed that a favorable mod
lication of the situation has taken
A report from llerltn that (Treat
Itritain would propose a joint inter
vention of the great continental pow
ers and of the United States in Hruzil
is posititively denied here by the au
thorities. THE ARGENTINE WAII. v
Truulilo lit I'llt.liuri;, Kin., nml u Ijrnrli
Iiir i'ruli ibli-.
Pirremtno, Kan, O-t 3. While a
crowd of colored miners and their
wives were passing ihvonjf'' llilcopce
yesterday afternoon on their way to
Yalo from a visit to friends in Weir City
sotuo boys began throwing stones at
them. Tliu negroes uske I them to
desist but they kept on hurling mh
sllcs, and one of the negioos drown
revolvojand fired, striking a hid by
the name of llnrrli In tlio leg. There
were three negroes in the buggy and
they were at once pursued and cap
tured by Marshal Lomastcr.
About r:30 the inushal drove into
town with his prisoners, and a wild
rush wns made for the party. The
prisoners were landed safely In jail,
however, and the building was at
once surrounded by the mob, which
the police were powerless to disperse.
There is strong talk of lynching, and
Sheriff Dccts has been notified to
come down und take the prisoners to
the county jail for safe keeping.
PATAU, WRECK ON THE'FRISCO
AT LYMAN, MO.
AH OPEN SWITCH IS THE CAUSE.
Oulrl.tl l!piirti llerl-ira Tint 1't.nro
Jtiilguii Other Jlc!iRi-n Very tllminiy.
Wasiii.noto.v, Sept no. Dr. .cbal
ln., minister of the Argentine He
publie, lias received this dispatch
from the Aigent m minister of lor
fign affair, tinted September 2S "I)r
I'cltiirrlnl has luicllled the state of
Tucumnn. The capital and
SIAM dlVKS IN.
5h Agrcrt to l'raiirii' l.nli-nt llvuiaiiil
nml I'onrn l Ai(iri-il.
Hanokok, Oct. 2-tA llual settle
mentof the dispnle between Franco
iindfrftliui w.is tu rived atycsteiihiy by
thijjnceoptance on the part of the
Siamese government of the drafts of
amew treaty presented by M Dp VII
llors, the special envoy of Franco to
Hip e-overnnient of Slain.
The French envoy gave the Siamese
government but. forty-eight hours in
which to accept or decline the If- aty
agreed upon yesterday, threatening to
leave Hangkok unless his demands
were complied with. From thin it Is
judged that the Siamese government
has made nn unconditional surrender
to France, aud that tilts latter country
now has everything which she has
demanded from Shun with the excep
tion of the do iinnds which were con
sidered in excess in her ultimatum
presented some time ago.
llliurimk llMMkliiK Down.
Hnituv, DA. .', The newspaper!
here publish lesi favorable reports re
carding IVince Hisinarnk's h.-alth. It
states of I was the intention of his family mid
Tho Itnglnccr mitt riromnii Meet Instant
Iicntli Tho Accident tho Work of
Train Wreckers rho I'tiurth At
tempt Which Il.m llrrn
Mmto tti Ilcrnll Trillin
Spiti.vnrini.D, Mo., Oct 2. Passen
ger train No.' I of the 'Frisco road,
which left Springfield at 10:011, about
ton minutes late, ran into tin open
switch at Ljmun nt lOiSO Saturday
night, dasliing through stock cars.
Engineer Maxey Hall and Fireman
Charlie Kobinson were both instantly
killed S far as could b ascertained
none of the passengers were seriously
injured. One received a broken arm,
and several received slight bruises
The .switch h.ul b'en opened by houv:
party undoubtedly with the intent of
wrecking the tiain.
Lyman is only a blind siding, there
b 'iiic"iif depot or tclojjruph olllce
J lie three stock cars were just
.Mr. Chniiiller 'rltlel ttin rr?hlcnt'
At-tliiii In Vitiliiii .Mntlvrj.
Washington, Oct. 9 When the
norm to met Saturday M the resolu-
ttciti olToretl by Mi. Chandler of Now
llnmpshlre. calling for Information ns
to the communion now Investigating
the New York custom house, ,wns
brought up and Mr. Ctmtidler at
tacked the commission as Mogul
and declared that It was Intended to
evade the civil service ruleit In the in
terest of nntt-iinuppers of New York.
The president, ho thought, was given
too much to disregarding the pro
visions of expressed law and to mako
a law unto him elf and in the Wh'tu
house when ho reached a determina
tion to attempt to carry oi t that de
termination whether he -.iw law for
it or not.
Mr t'hnnJlcr referred to "the mofl
sage to the somite communicated to
Oovernor Xurlheu of Ucorgla" and
said lie was with the justice of a ei-ill-
t-lsin he Inil seen m a n recent London
paper that theie wriV n lingular rov.u
i lihiiiee between the letters of 1'ienl
ident Cleveland and those of the
emperor of Uermnny. doing back to
, the li.iwuiiau episode, ho read from
the letter of tho president to
the piovislonnl government of llnwall ..
the sent nee: "May Uotl have your ,
, excellency in hs wlso keeping."
"What n, beneficent nir of loyalty tho
extension of the good wishes of his
m.ijestv the president of the Flitted
States." mi til Mr. Chnndler, "through
' liisperson.il commissioner. Mr. Illount,
, who lias it paramount authority to the
, in-ovisioiial iroverninout of the I la-
WEEK IN CONGRESS
OUTLOOK IN THE SENATE
HAY BE A WEEK OF SURPRISES.
Nnlllllty oT lleiirhht; nil Acrroment on
thn Siller IH4II0. iliinrt or Novailn
nml (,'ookrcll ot .MlMiiiirl, Prlmril
lor I.oiir ttpccchi' Acliut
llrponl Stilt Worlilns on
tnci.ln 111.. utvili.h kcl Hill llw. I'll- I U 111 illll is' IU1 (is.
gineer and fireman had no warning of . Mr. t handler said tho appointment
the danger until tlio ensh came. The 'of Mr. Illount was a grosser violation
otlleials of the road state that this is of the constltut on than had occurred
no less tli in the fourth utt.-mpt which in the appointment if ofllculs in a
bus lu.nii iihiiIk ! wreidi t iniiis at L . - . hundred your. It was time tho
Wamhjcoto.v, Oct. 2. The outlook
for Uio coining week in the senate is
very uncertain. It, will probably be :i
week of surprise and there is a
possibility of reaching in agreement
whereby th. repeal will ba definitely
nnd (In illy disjos'il of Tills will not
come except through compromise.
Whl.e there has been no cossat'.on of
ic elTort to secure an agreement thu
In ilcatlons arc? that there will tic none
until it bucoinos evident to all that the
bill will not bj pasted or defeated
lu Its present shape. There may be,
as there has been. during the past
weelt, an occasional diseuvdon of some
resolution f impilry, but nothing
more There has been only one for
mal notice of a speech to be made,
from Senator Call, for to-day. Messrs.
Cockrell. Kyle. Martin, l'ower and
Dubois have nil privately expressed
their Intention to talk during the
wet-k, and Messrs. Teller and Mnig.in
man during the month of September. presl. lent ana ikui oi i ci arimenis i v1 .)n)b;ll)i y finish tlie speeches la
the republic nre in complete peace.
Jtosurio, in possession of armed oppo
nents of the government, will sur cu
tler to the national authorities with
out bloodshed. I can assure you there
is no important perturbation of public
London, Sept, 3a Despite reports every correspondent has
from olllciiil sources of settlement of theory as to the cause of
the i evolution in tho Argentine Ke
public, calde messages agree to-d.iy
that the situation is growing worse
each hour and the outcome Is more in
doubt than over. The death bentencu
of Colonel F.spina, who planned the
disastrous torpedo boat attack on the
government fleet has been commuted
to twenty years' Imprisonment.
his physitions to remove lii.u to his
i home at Fiieilrichsruhe yesterday. I ut
the prince was not in condition to
make the journey. C nilicling reports
regarding the nature of tl.-3 prince's
sickliest are so many and varied that
it is useless to repeat them Almost
eorv as to llie cause oi ms iinreu
present illness and as to the exacteoa-
(iitiou oi his neiiiiii.
CHANGE OF VENUE.
Llttln Wilt Nut Ilu
Kansas Citv, Mo., Sept. 30, The
triad of Hanker A. W. Little for mur
der will not be held iu Wyandottu
county. Judge Anderson of the com
mon pleawconrt in Kansas City, Kim .
after a three days' legal fight, an
nounced last evening that ho would
grant the application of thu defend
ant for a change of venue Judge
Anderson has indicated a desire to
bend it to tho district court of John
son county, and unless there uro
Mrong objections the banker who shot
and killed Lawyer It Kdward Johns in
will be tried at l'aola, possibly at the
.Irry .Sliniiini'j Hml llrouk.
Topijka, Kan., Sept 30. The latest
filory on Congressman Jerry Simpson
is that lie recently signed a petition
for a saloonkeeper's license for one of
Ills friends in Washington. Tho utory
cume out through a temi erance paper
Jn Washington and the Prohibitionists
nnd W. C T. U. of Kansas have taken
up the cudgels ngainst him. He Is
charged with being the tool of thu
rpmsellers and the cousort of beer
Jt.mluT Klncnlil Will s.ttlo Up.
MmiNP Citv, Kan., Se.it. 30. Hubert
Kincuid, the ex-bank president and
flnanelal king of Linn county, wluso
failure In July involved so many bank
ing and mercantile institutions and
farmers, has returned to this city and
opened an olllce. He snys that he will
etthj with the people." He has been
in Iowa most of the time- since the col
lupso of jilt business enterprises.
Dlichiirco ' rtlllc.itcii tluoil lvUiloncr.
'AiiiiNOTOf, Sept. 30. Astistant
Secretary of the Ipterlor Reynolds has
lendprod n ijcclalpn holding that a cer
tltleato ()t dlscliarge s the in st vaTua
jde cvldonej n ponslon case.. Such
pvldonco will generally baigf-r id us
ponclus ve by tljo' department. l,
jnay, jiowovef, bo khpwn by compe
tent proof to have been erroneous, but
fills propf must j of tle htrpngest
4 Coal liiiiiip l'rreff.
PKSVKn,Col., Sept.. 30 Tio Poloudo
coal trade U i weeks lato this yenr,
but theru'is no evidence that ilia win
ter will delay accordingly. Tho roult
will bo lh.it at the very opoujng of
winter a toal famine will add to the
miseries of tho people fluttering al
ready under the unfavorable business
.Mm. Dr.u'iiil Arilvnt III Nlmv nrk.
Nkw Yoiik. Oct. 2. Mrs. IMward
I'arkcr Deacon, t' i divorced wife of
Kdward l'.irkor Deacon, who kille I
Kinllc Abcllle, a woll-Unown man
nbout town, of l'arl, on the night of
February 17, IMC. arrived Jw the La
llretugne yestdrday. Mrs. Deacon
was accompanied by her youngest
child, a nurse and a feinme d
Out for lliiciil.
Coi.pmhia. S. (3., Oqt, 1. Tho Stits
publishes an interview with State
Treisurcr W. C. T. Hates, who has
been nppjlntcd by (lovernor Tillnun
a deleg.ite tj the' St. Louis conven
tion. Dr. Hates was elected with
Governor Tillman on the Alliame
platform, and it was supposed he fa
vored tho Ocula demands. In his in
terview he favors the immediate re
poalof the Sherman law.
A rollrrlllilll Ciinvli'loil,
Wichita, Kan., Ojt. 3 After a
trial lasting three days the jury in tho
case of I'olleeman C. L Irish con
victed him 'of the manslaughter of
Wesley Si idall, a ct al thief. The
killin'' occurred in Match last in the
Santa Fe a-ds. were Spid ill was
(might stealing coal. On attempting
to escape Irish sliot and killed him.
1'HlllM will Ho llt.
ItAltCin.o.VA, Oct !'. The approach
iugdeath of 1'allas, tho anarchist, next
week, was ills usse-l throughout Spain
yostrday. The supremo council of
war meets to-day in this city, and
will, beyond any doubt, indorse the
sentence of tho court martial wliLli
condemned l'allas to bo shot in the
Oil Tiro Kt l.niilitlllf.
LouibVii.i.K, Ky., Oct. 2. Fire broke
0Utut"3 p'c)ock yesterday afternoon
in a hoi: car which was standing on
tho tracks of the Standard Oil com
nanv'B refinery, and before It could be
extinguished property to the amount
of ?IO,000 had been consume L
THE COMING FIGHT.
Ilroolilyn rrmrlicM M-mumln on, thu
CTV, (-orht'tt-.Mllclietl All.ilr.
l!liooi;i,vN, N. Y., Oct. '-'. lu a num
ber of the I'rotesta'nt churches of dif
ferent denoiniiiations yesterday tlio
preachers refei red to the coming fight
between Mitchell and Cnrlult. Dr.
; ')v Tabor of the Church
of (food Tini gs coiupnrptl the
champions with the combatants
of tho Olympian game of o'd
nnd praised the latter as a result of
tin' eoiuparlson. He took for his text:
"Physical Culture and Physical
Abii'O. Closlrjf his iliscinrse
refer .-oil to the fact that
opera and drama re 'resented tho
nimiseui.iiit of a higher clvilisu
tio i. there yns iv substratum of
humanity that could only be satisfied
with brut.il exhibitions where tho
blood llowo 1 and a time-keeper counted
the inn ii b.Uterod into insetisibi Ity
"knocked out." Dr Tabor s.il 1 that
It was a sorry spectacle when such
brutal contest's t .ok p'ue. that officers
who were sworn ti en'orco thu lu v
countenanced thorn by their prciancc
.MnliiT anil t'lKirllo to I'lht.
Sr. l'Afi., Minn , OjL V. Shadow
Mabcr of Au-.tralia and HulValo Cos
tello of New York have been matched
should be brought 1 1 n rigid olst'rv.iiico
of the constitutio l. 1 he reslutioii
was I hea agree I to.
Tho repeal billwa laid before the
somite ut I o'clock ns the unfinished
business and Mr. Camden of West
Virginia spoke In ndvo-ney of it after
which Mr. Potter of Kansas romimod
his opposition argument begun Thursday.
vl 1 1 prouaii
pin by tlici
A WALK OVER COMPETITION
is the route we take In the shoe trade, and we not only enloy It ourselves, hut i .it e
It very Interesting to our customer. Our slock of footwear is a mm li in
yond competition as a point n mile awn) Is ! ttil licui lim. Thi-e uouils In. il,
record for speed, lM-cnuse tliouuh they can't inl,e w Inn. the take feet, and tin u
Ki'ttlnir eomieeted with so inaii pairs of feet that cer day makes a hl kii in ih
assortment. There are no gaps in the prucessloii of hiiers, thoiiKli; they'll m. uli
lug rlKht liking to the tune of "Still time's more to follow."
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,
IIS WR8T OKLAHOMA AYR,
ELECTION BILL DEBXTE.
for n twenty-round boing contest b.
fore the Twin City Alhlotie club Octo
ber 20 fpr a purse of SI, .100.
RECOVERED ALL THE MONEY.
nt u runvr.il,
SopL 30. While
Hn-ox. Wis . SopL 30. While the
funeral Bjrvlcus over tho body of Mrs
How, wife of Assemblj man How, were
in progress In Kingston, tho floor gave
way, letting 10(- people down into tho
collar. Mrs Vim Jlnrg was fatally
hurt Full one-third of those who
were carried down by tho collapse nre
Moonlight for Deputy 1'ontlou Aircnt.
Toi'kka, Kan., Sept. 30. There is a
movement among tho Democrats of
Kansas In favor of Colonel Thomas
Moonlight for tho chief clerkship in
the office of the pension agent when
ex-Governor (Hick assumes the dutlei
Xr York lliinlurt Coiilhlrut.
Nkw YoiiK.Oct s Hank ofll ersnre
almost unanl aous ii tho opinion that
t)ie bcnatc ultimately will repeal the
silver purchasing clause of the silver
act and thereby restore to foreign in
vestors aim in nineriM-P mjchuvius.
bnpu Sturm In Denver,
)KsyKit, CpJ , Oct 2. Denver's first
enow htorm occurred yesterday, whon
nbout nil ncli of nQv foil- It soon
disappeared, however, and tho sky Is
now clear. Considerable snow ulso
fell in the mountains.
A womaji at New Laredo, Texas,
took a mixture -of rough on tuts for
medicine and died in a shod time.
1'Qllery Work liurntil.
Tuknton, N, J Out- 2. The Jhitor
nrlso pottery company, controlled b
tho American pottery company, wns
destroyed by fire lust night. Los es
timated at 9U0,0U!) Insurance not
t'iip))reBhi ; Newapupor.
flUKXOS Avuiis, Oct. 2. Two Italian
papers have boon htippressod for pub
lishiiig news of the revolution und
for commenting adversely upon the
To tho Iiitlim.
Mcsdames Hrlggs & Houight'-wlsh to
announco their openiug oi iuu ana
winter millinery for O.-tober 3 t and
5. A cordial Invitation is extended to
all ladles. 250tf
llomeseekers' guido and latest map,
the best thing out; tonpasres, etc., at
Llllie's drug store. tf
Tablets from one penny np at the
lCapitul.City book store. o l
'lhu Triiu Moiy of the Iteront Mlnoral
K'inei-, Mich., Train Kobltory.
Cai.pmkt, Ml h , Oct 2. Tho true
Gtory of the recovery of the entire 570,
000 stolen from the Mineral K.ingo on
September 13 h.is just come out. It
Will bo tvmeinbcred ih.it Shonpe mid
Winters, two railway employes n
Manpiotte, were arrested and subse
tiuentlv relented. They stole '.lie
money fr.in La Liberty's trunk and
Lu Liberty knew It, tint could say
nothing witlioif giving hlmvolf away.
After Ills arrest and confession tho
two men were implicated and arrested.
Tlioy were otto re I a lewird and their
liberty If they would reveal the
whei o.i bouts of the in mey. Tlis otter
was ucouplqi. and tlio noney foum
buried in tlio (.'round four miles north
of Muniuelte, Mich.
I'ostnllU-u llohlirrt Caushl,
WiriiiTA, Kan , Oct. 2. Three men,
giving the names of Jack Crawford,
Joe D.ivis and .la nes Ward, wanted
at Hume, Mo., for the robbery of tho
postotllce there a few nights ugc, were
piipiuri-ti iii-rc yt-i--iiiiit itu nearly
S2.'0 in stamps and money on them
The uien so Mired J.'.t-o worthof stamps
and money and homo other valuables
from the robbed postomeo.
Ttlne I'lilliiitu Curt Urect.cd.
l'lTTsiii'UO. Pa, Ojt. 2. A spoolal
Now York tj.iin of nine Pullmans en
route from tho world's fair was de
railed neir Wildwood, P.i , on tho
i'lttsburg and Weste n railroad eaily
yesterday morning Tlio passongors
wore thrown from their berths, but
pscaped with slgiht bruises and a bad
lpiiA 1'kstii, Oct. 3. A sensation
was caused hero yosturduv by tho
btrango death of tho vice- president of
tho lower house of tu Ilungailnn
diet. Count Andreassy Abrokos. In
touiL manner, as yet unexplained to
tho public. Count Abriiuai wus jounu
dtiad op the pavement bolow his ret.l
Tlireo flihuinrii JlnrilcrcJ.
llUTTK, Mont., Oct. ?. Yesterday
afternoon three Chinamen, pardoners,
living rtb""1 t"Q lu,,(kS 1'!t qf t,,p clly
woro murdpred by unknown persons,
nil being shot through the head. Ouo
was lite ally riddled with, buckshot.
Tho motive was rubbery, us SjCOO was
restm.iii I'.itter.on nT Tonui'itru ICu
liicUi-H Ahr.ihuiu l.tmiotn.
Wasiiikoton, Oct. 2. Iii the house
Saturday Mr. Sayors of Texas, chair
man of the committee on impropria
te, j tions, presontod for iinine liato eonsid-
wliilo i oration a bill to extend tho litno for
the completion of tho clevqnth census
until Juno 30, 1 01 Tile bill was
Debate on tho Id 1 to repeal the fede
ral elections law was then resumed,
Mr. Patterson of Tennessee speaking
in support of It. In the cAhrsj of his
speech l.e said: ' The greatest calam
ity that ever happened to a free people
was tlio a' HLSsination of Lincoln Had
ho lived and been permitted to carry
put his policy the e would have boon
ptiacd and prosperity n tho Smith
twenty-fivo years ago. The excite
mentandhate engendered by Lincoln's
assabslur.tiou made it possible for tho
ambit ions Republican leaders to place
their heel n the neck of tho South."
If, tho speaker went on, the Repub
lican party had pirsiud tho policy
biiizcl by Lincoln in his letter to (Joy
ernor Kent of 11 nitod snttrago for tho
negro it would have been vastly hot
ter for tho negroes and for every sec
tion of tho country. Prolonged Dem
Mr Mcv'iitil, Republican, of Massa
chusetts followed in nppjj'tinn.
Mr. Richards of Ohio made a care
fully pi epared and forceful argument
against Uio constitutionality of tlio
At tho conclusion of the speech Mr.
Doekery p esonto.l a partial report of
the coniinissii.il to investigate t lie ex
penditures iu the departments. Then
at 3.30 tlio house adjourned.
gun by them last weutc.
Senator . I ones or Nevada has not
I Broken during the present debate.and
1 is known to be preparing a very ox
i linustive treatise upon the silver rjucs
j tlon lie will prcbably consume the
1 n ret r iiai tof tio or throe days. Sen
ator Ccvk roll's speech will uls be his
first speech of tlio session, and will
probably be Ion '. All these speeches
w.ll tio In opposition to repeal. Nono
of tho repeal advocates have so far
given intimation of anydesiro to talk,
t xept Messrs. Whlleof Louisiana, and
The Democratic senators who nro
net ctp.cially identified with the ad
ministration are still engage I :n try
ing to reach un unilorsttimling upon a
compromise, but nre not making ro
gnss. The Republican scuators who
niivotntc repeal have dropped out of
tht- negotiations for the present.
'I'lurj is disagreement upon the
amount of sliver to bo purchased and
coined and upon the bind proposition.
It may be stutcl almost definitely
that tli. -re will bono compromise upon
the basis suggested Friday lasL
Debate on the Tucker bill to repeal
the federal election lnw will ooiimuiuo
tlie ent'i'e. time of the house for the
coining wu.'k, except such unlmport
nnt mutters ns may come up iu tho
morning hour. Some of the big men
on both sides are being1 reserved for
the llnish. Kourlo Cochran, Amos
Cuminings, Colonel Oatcs, Springer,
Wl son and others on tho Democratlo
s'de; Heed, Dolliver. Henderson and
Jluntuvs on tl o It public in side will
not bo heard until the battle rages
109 HARRISON AVENUE.
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night-
carTlSLEI'HONE CONNECTION. -a
AT GO ST,
A, C. HIXON, Prop'r.
The investigation of tlio olnrgos
against tho soldiers at the Cherokee
strip opening is developing very dam
Illirnlillill s.ir IUU llnnlll.u ilcil.
1'AiiiH. Oot. 3 Sarah Hornhardt has
returned hero from South Amorluti.
Shu was lu Rio do Janeiro dining the
Ubombarilmunt of that elty by the rebel
Hoot and say" it was "s mpiy ox
quisltu." NbWSi DrtEVlTIES.
Thlt tV 11 Seirj rrniitir.
Vasiiixothx, Oct 2. The following
printed circular was received by every
repre.tentatite, senator and publto of
ficial !n Washington yesterday:
"Thero is a tlmo In t e affairs of
pien when alienee ceases to be a
virtue. Down with the I'hited States
senate,' the enemies of the people!'
Although no skull or cros-bones
headed the tireular. tlio words wore
printed in huge, bliuk, ommous-lo ik
ing type. Tlu letters containing tho
tiiculurs wore postmarked New York.
Second Hand Store.
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices.
See our Gasoline Stoves tliey can't be
beat. Sold right DOWN LOW. Re
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Ays. bet. First and Division.
Corliiiiu' Mother Murrlnl.
Mh.wavki-.k. Wis . Oct- 8--Mrs. Jon
lilo Kimball, manager of tho Kimball
opera company and "Corlnno," nnd
Arllng Selutsttcr, of Fond du Lac. Wis.,
a member of her company, were mar
ried last evening ut the llotlcl David
Tho Oliver lro td uieol cdmpany
of I'lttsburg, exploring -t.000 incu,
have rcriucad thewage l" nil depart
I ments except In tho boiling deiviit
i mont 10 pir ix-nt.io take effect to
Tho Rev. Honjamln Jowotl died nt
London. lie was ono of tho foremost
classic scholars of Urcat Hrllaln,.
About l,(i)0,0Q0 poop'o are affected
by the disastrous aoal minors' strike
iu Knglnnd In many towns tho peo
ple tiro verging on starvation.
Herman Hanuor of Denver, Col.,
was found hanging to a tree on tlio
border of tho Cherokee strip. Tho
case is a iiiysturious ono and foul
phi j' is strongly suspocicd.
(Joorge Atnleraon and Viiiinuntt
two farmers living iwtir Ccuriing, Mo.,
lost Uielr Hes, wlplo boring a well,
Iluflt was.dnwti in the well and An
iVuison loll it) His head collided will)
Hunt's, fracturing both hkuUn and
causing iustapt death.
The comptroller of tho ourreuo has,
gran'od a hearing to tlioso interested
in tlio Fiput National bank of Arkan
sas City, and U dologntlon r'prosont-
llig tlio lfitorosls oi tliut bank will
inuot the comptroller in conference
early this week.
Notice has be n posted li all tho
mills of the Trenton, N. J., Iron com.
pany announcing i t.on per cent re
(lupthut In tlio wages of nil employes,
to take uiTout to day. The olllcluls'
and foremoiru wages wore out u wool;
At a mass-meeting of HlinoU coal
minora hold at Springfield it was voted
to demand forty-tlvo cents per ton for
ml .lug coal, soml-inonthly pay, tho
minors to trull work unless the demand
shall be complied with. Tlio price
now paid is forty cents por ton.
Tlio town of Jalapau, situated In
the northern rart of Mexico, was vis
ited by a torriblo storm a few days
atro, and scores of houses wore com
pletely domo'.Uhed and many pooplo
killed and injuicd. Tlio crops in tlio
pathway of tlie storm weio dentroved.
Tho Misfit Clothing Farlor has moved
to HQI- llarribon avenue, third door
wet ut i-'i.. ,"'9r Don't forgot the
jdare, S?7lf '. & 1 ..
A uhuul oT Mlupi,
W'AS.'UXOTnX. O.t -' Tho senato
,'niu utttuo on public lands has in
structed Senator Ditbols to report an
omnibus bill for a number of bills in
troduced from tho minora! 1 in 1 states
to aid in tli ' clnbltshment of a school
of mlnos. '1 lie biil prov'des that out
of thu s.ilu of mineral Kinds hi the.
states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
Idaho, Washington, Montana, Smith
Dakota and Wyoming, thero shall bo
paid a sum not to exceed SI'-', 000 for
a school of mlnoii, if tho state will ex
pend a Hue amount for the tame pur
Ilritiiml l'ot:ii;e Nut I.lkrty.
Wasiiinotjn, Oat. - Thero is no
immediate proipoat of one-cent letter
poitngo, as tlu poitollho depart men t
shows a deficit of something like
SS,0)0,0!K), and In hs forthcoming re
port thu postmaster general wl.l ad
ylso mfnliist uny fmtlier reduction.
Tli deficit in tho poatotllco rocoipU
is Sl.OOo.OiiJ groator than for a cor
responding term following tho rcdui-
tion of postrgo from three to t,vo
Uullvil State Supromo Court.
Wahiiimiton,- Out 2 The supremo
court of tho United States will meet
on Monday, October 0 Tho members
of tho uomt fool a natural anxletv that
the appointment of Justice llornblowor
shall bj confirmed liy tho so'iuto by
that tlmo, Tho overloadod state of
the dookot inaVtys it lu;portnnt that
hts portion of tho work should bo as
signed to him at tho opening of the
fiuloill rurtliitvi it t'Hlnmii Itaine.
Wabiiinoto.v. OoL 3. Archbishop
Satolll tho papa' legale, has about
complotea the purchiibe of tho liouso
formcry occupied by tho lato Justice
Rradloy, and will li was once the homo
of Stephen A. Douglus while senator.
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Tho Cotton Drop,
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 2. Alfred H.
Shopporson, author of "Cotton Facts,"
haa made a slatcmout giving his,
opinion us to tho sizo of tlio cotvon,
crop, which Is nbout matiirlftg. III.
cbtlmato is based upon, the. supposition
thnt killing frosts will occur- about
Uio usual time, lie csll nates that
tins yelp's, actual orop will ba about
6 si.,'vtt ()) uj -gatnivl a.too.uuo
i lust jtar, a hut g.iln 400,000.
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If you uro in want of Hicyclcs and Tricycles, such ii '
King of Scorchers, tho Fowler, tho Oriel, tho M
Warwick, the Hoad King, tho Telegram, tho Telep "
Traveler, tho New Mall and the Houd Queen llleyclw.
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