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BSTBKRD AT TUB POST-OPPICK AT CCTIIRir, OK, S SFCONIi-CLASS MATT.
Oiiub or I'ubuction: IIakkixon Avhi.hh
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 0, 1893
WORK IS TUB HOUSE.
INFORMATION CALLED FOIt
. ABOUT PENSIONS.
INTERESTING TALK ON WAR CLAIMS
An lliiport.ini Auinmliiiciit OfiVrnil lo
llm Tucker Hill ltrinlliir llu. Hire-
thin IjiTi-llim Di-niiirriil mill
bin ItffpublltMiit rrcsr.nl fit
tlio Opening ol the SciliIu
Washington, Oct. .'. Koutinc busi
ness uus transacted ticfuio ihe house
rcMiincd llio election ilcliatc. Mr.
Martin, of Indiana, scpurcd Ihe nd'Mi
tion of a resolution calling upon the
secretary of the interior for formal in
formation as to tlie unmoor of kmi
bion allowed and i ejected since March
Mr. Meicrr, of Nebraska, usltcd for
the immediate coiiiidciiitinu of a reso
lutiun for tlie appointment of a com
mittee to it'tf-stltfate lepoils lliat
n Cents of tin. interioi department un
der tlie putae of detectives were run
ning1 down evidence upon which lo
bjf-e tins suspension of pensjons, .Mr.
Mr. Cox, of Tennessee called up the
le lort by tlie committee on b.nikiiijr
and currency, for (riving additional
security to depositors and stockholders
of national b.uilis No quotum bt ing
present the matter went over until
Under call of committees Colonel
Oale.s leported the baukrupte bill,
Mr. Mel'reary reported a substitute
for tlie F.verott bill a i.nud.u tins
(ieary exclusion aet, anil Mr. Wheeler,
from the committee on ten italics, re
ported favorably a bill requiring rail
loads passing through territories to
establish stations nt all town-sites lo
cated by the interior department.
An interesting deb.ito followed oil
the propriety of rocotriii,: ng war
claims of u clas of which a propor
tion liuil been paid by the. Confederate
government. Mr Hutchinson of Texas
maintained that the I'nited .States
government had no right to assume
that the Confederate government had
dis barged one of its obligations.
The coutentioc aroused Mr. Cock
roll of Texas, who declared that the
United Stales government owe! li m
&10."i,()00 for the destruction of proper
tv durinir the war. but when 1ij went
Into the rebellion he consideicd that
ie thereby sacrificed all claims
igainst tlb J'njon. ' 'No billro( this
lature .should pass except agint this
jppbsltion," lie said.
Mr Money bitterly dc -lured that a
man who would announc; opposition
to all claims of Confederates because
Jhey were Confederates wanted the
government to dishonor Itself,
Mr. Itunn, eh ilrmaii of the clu'iijs
pobiniUe:.'e)ii-ged ripi'i'mui'i i.J'lts,.
who flppot,gd the h'll with filibuster
pg. e said it wat, the policy of tlm
licw "watchdog of the treasury" lo
pi event all bills from pa, sing Unit did
not suit his own sweet will.
The elections debate was then re
Burned by Mr. Compton of Maryland,
in support of the measure.
Mr. Sweet of Idaho, d nouneed Mr.
Cleveland for his course on tlie silver
Mr I. ano of Illinois, was the next
speaker, lie maintained that aimed
men at the polls blioulil be withdraw u
now and forever.
(ieorgo Washington Murray, the
enl)iTl Ilepublicun frqni Houtli C'.irq
Una', was tjie'last speulter of the day".
Jle riMitl his ripcech 'ifnll wus'giveli
more' than the usual attention. "If
S'ou owe allegiance to this govern
ncnt," he said, "then the government
which squeezes my life's blood out in
la.xes owes protection to me. The
guardian of slate sovereignty is again
hovering about the dome of tlio capi
tol. I submit that men armed with
lilies and shotguns who stand at the
ballot box to murder or terrorize us
to pi cyept us from voting lire us, much
the nriuedciieiulcsof thu I'uilod Htatou
as aVi invudjuguNuy.'
'.lust' before Uio 'house adjourned
Chairman Filch of the 'committee re
porting tlie bill introduced a substi
tute which strikes out the section of
the revised statutes empower ng the
militia to keep peace at the polls, and
lepealir.g all laws regarding the ap
pointment of supervisors or deputy
marsliuls. The substitute would leave
in force tlje election laws relating tq
tin, punlcllliieill of piiyatfl individuals
tor" bribeiv, umj, tibove ull, luve-, In
orci1 the 'Jle Juratory nHiiuipbis of tlie
llflcenth amendment The Northern
Democrats, after un informal confer
ence decided that the Tucker bill was
too sweeping and this substitute was
formulated to meet the objections
llo Tells (lie llmuu Why llu Itlil Nut
' ' ! Jhk Silver Vut!li.U.
Wamii.no-iox, 'Oct ' 5 Necnit.iry
Carlisle yoslerday sent to Ihe house
ills reply tolhe rcsolullon of that body
asking him why l.ftOO.ooo ounces of
silver bullion was not purchased
during July and August as requiied
by law. The reply says th.it us the
ITnlJvij States is tio largest pur liascr
ht silver in'UiP world tlm secretary
lifter1' (til 'uxaiuiliatiuii of the nlt'ors
mid quotations each day should deter
mine, what in his Judgment In .1 full
lie either has to purchase t,, r.00,000
ounces lit the dealer's price., no m ittcr
how u men so nable or exhnrbitaiit it
may be or lie must employ such
lneuus at his command toasceitaiu
the nptual 111 irket nrjee The nffort
!J t)ip')larf.'t.piit tjilcp .Ii'iel3as
(eri'lQ Simply iiVeHqjn. (he fijen mar
;pt price fo tlu bullion on each iay it
was nfiurod for sale and. wh.cn asccr
tut 0-1, to mulip niircliaj.es aV III" I
TO UIIMIOVK TUB ALPHA HKT.
Congressinin CurtU if Kini, ljt hu
Wasiiinoiox, Owl- a. ltoprosunttt
tlve Curtis of thu fourth Kansas dis
trict has introduced a joint resolution
making It the duty of thu bureau of
education to correct tlie numerous
faults In the alphabet, its self contra
iselioni and its numerous absurdities.
The icsolutiou has many clauses and
Its -ri-imblo recites many facts which
for centuries incensed literateurs
One preamble recites that the alpha
bet is very defective nnd "Its defects
have ulways been a great hindrance
lo leurnlng because it Is false to its
original law ns given to man 4,000
years ago." It is also pointed out
that "the silnhubet and tlio bureau of
education, like the army, are public
property" and can only be altered by
the governmeuU For these and other
reasons it Is
ltesolved, That the alphabet and all
Its belougings be committed to tlio
care and control of tlie bureau of edu
cation for any improvement in the
form or the use of lis letters that may
help in school work nnd forward pop
ular education; that .ill changes made
therein by virtue of the authority
hereby conferred shall be gradual and
shall be put lit practice in all public
printing as a guide to the nation; that
tlie commissioner of education annual
ly report to congress all changes made
and all changes proposed.
nunnicr.it ninl Mt ltppiilillcaiM
I'usfint at llm Oponliij;.
Wsiiimiiov. Oct. ,1. When the
senate met yesterday mot mug, there
wcte. by actual count, one Demo rat
and siv Kepiiblieaus present. After
wjini! delay, a quorum was secured
and the journal was approved
Mr Morgan (Democrat) of Ala
bama icporled from the foreign rela
tions committee a bill making appro
pi la t ions to enable the secretary of
the tieasury to enfoice the Chinese
exclusion acts, whl -li was refericd.
Mr. Morgan (Democrat) of Ala
bama, niTeicd a resolution instructing
tlie committee on judiciary to icport
what provisions, if any, of the coin
age act of January ls:i", uie now in
Mr. Mel'hcison (Democrat), of New
dcr.ey, tlioug.it the elVecl of passing
that icsolttliou would be to gain the
assent of '.he senate to some delay
witli respect to legislation now pend
ing before it lie suggested that the
lesolution go over until to-morrow
which was done.
The resolution heretofore oilered bv
Mr Dolph. calling for information as
to pensions iuid to ncrsons resldinir-in
foreign countries, was taken up and
Tlie repeal bill was then taken up
and lititler, ff.iekburn and Call spoke
T.lIU uf .1 Itfl'tMI.
Wariiimiiox. Oct. .1. -There is talk
among members of both houses about
u two week's recess before Ihe 1st
of November, and there can be nosueh
re.-esi w h'ile'the'silvei oucstio i Is stilj
()c fore the senate. j l)e 'compromise
o,Ys on both sides os tlie chamber are
still trying to undermine Mr Voor
liees and his su porters by leaving
them with less than a majority for the
bill in its present fotm.
M.iynr Iiiiii4 cliii4eu.
Ny'AsniNnrov, Qet 5. The fliractors
of tlie s,odlers' home met yrnlerdav.
find Mayor I). P. Jones of Topoka was
helecte-d surgeon for the Leavenworth
home to succeed Dr. Wever. who some
limo ii'.'o was relieved.
Cn:n;re nT I'ri-c 1 lain Uu-h.
Ciil('Aio,OeL.i. -Ye.terday was wom
an'sday at the interuatiotial congresof
l'rcu Thinkers Utile D. White read
a paper on "The Coming Woman," and
Martin I'. ICrebel s oke on "Individu
ality as a Factor in the I'rogiess of
Humanity." Short speeches were al
so made by Sarah K Adams, Katie
Kern Smith and Dr. Juliet II. Sovcr
iUien 111 the evening ;i hicsies eio
made by V pecltyrn. MrsirM:iriutnan,
MiUn II WiUn. Addie U. liallou and
Lulu M. Powers.
llflil l'p K.ily lolcr.iplinr.
r.M.TIF. Mo , Oct. .'. - O. (! lingers,
night operator at llm Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas depot, was held up by
a burly highwaymen late last night
while seated in the olli. e. The rob
her, who was masked, secured $11 of
tlie rnilioad company's money, and a
gold watch and chubi, valuod at S.io
fiu-n lloyers. A tlili'', supposod to bo
flu1 suino'purty, mad u-i unsuccessful
attempt to 10b I'oueh's jewelry store.
liKin it Cut In Wage.
Dknvi.ii, Col., OcL .'..The vote of
the employes of the Denver nnd Kin
(li.tiiJo telaltve lo tiie proposition to
acce t a cut of ten per cent until Jan
uary next, which was at first expected
l lie cany.is,sed On I'.i'hlay, may be iot
layi'd several days. Tlio Higinnon.
and ill onion on tlie mountain divisions
oppose bitterly any cut for any time.
Ini-tiiiilliiry llnlil I Ir.i ut Wli-lilt-i.
Wichita, Kan., Oct .V The Doug
las Avenue hotel, one of the nutcd
hosielries of pioneer dais, was set on
lire by incendiaries at 5 o'clock yester
day afternoon and coinletcly burned,
"he iiiiHiiuhary ih ,un Iii.oimi Tlie
properly was vaiuod at vn.uuiij ipsur
iilllril in it HuiiUHuy,
Aicnisov. Kan, Oct a.-fieorge
tircnU of OotV was almost Instant y
killed in a runaway yesterday, lie
was thrown from a buggy, and In fall
ing his head and shoulders were caught
in a barbed wire fence, n H,(s mun
l.nr C Wis ilrnUh-cil In death His
ftiee tv.ii. a mass of bleed ng llohh,
lilt Ainu Crctitiary lliirm,
Mahsiiai.i., Mo., tut V The Alma,
creamery, valued at about 51,000, was
destroyed by lire yesterday. There
was no insurance on tlie building and
contents The old two-story frame
hotel at Slater, rippo.itc tlio mi; I, was
dcslroved by lire last night. Tip: loss
jihlWVfl. Pj "
t un ilpcljeil qt the nostrtflice de
partuienV to pstablih pQstojjce at
fcauta I'iini qt ajarf In HP bip
Iioinescekcrs' Guide with latest map
of tlie strip, county scats, laud olllees
eounty lines, eta, for salo by I-', ,
Ullle ,t Co., Drugs nnd 1Jom18. tf
Wasted .Students for our night
school. Session from 7 to 0 p. m.
Terms reasonable. Call for informa
tion between 10 a'.d It a in. and 3 Kid
4 p. in. Itooins 1 and HI Kendall
building, (iuthrie, Ok, 30313.
THE SOUTHERN HUHRICANE
AWFUL IN DESTRUCTION.
FULLY 2,000 LIVES WERE LOST,
l"lro lliinrtrort 1'erUh at (Irnnil lulaml
Alone Dim llunrltnl um! 1'irty I'Uli-
rriiii-n Droiriiffil at llayou Cook
M-vriitj-l'Iro Liven I.ott lit
Miilille Strum ortlimtruc
tlun on i:cry 1 1 ii ml.
Xkw Oiilkan-?, I.si., Oct .V As the
details of the hurricane which swept
the Oulf co ist on Monday are received
they show that the loss of life wasap
pnl I i in.', probably t',000, while the
damage to propeity will aggrcgntu
So far as enn be determined the loss
of life has been:
About llavou Cook 151
At Uninil Islaiul-ttU
Abo it Mobllo--S
On HlrJ 1st ind-IM
At Grand llayou nnd IUyou Stiuto-i
At Dalvy poslofllcu 5.
At l'oliit l.a llncho-L
At Klnpiro III. 11 i
In MnlilkiltHcir I
In N'i'n Orlcuii I
At oilier polntt 31
J lie loss of life about Mobile
placed at seventy-five and may
considerably higher because no traces
have yet been found of many market
gardeners und their families who
lived at low but fertile spots along the
The lirst news from Oruud Isle, n
seashore resort where many well-to-do
people were spending the cany
fall, came this morning when several
survivors reached here with ttiriblo
A tidal wave swept over the island,
destroying lift) and ' ) roperty on all
sides Dr. Frey, a primiueut physi
cian, and his wife were drowned, and
14a families including .100 people are
said to have perished.
The steamer Joe Weber was blow u
to pieces and several of her crew were
Knrly in the morning when the
lirand Isle railway hands were clear
ing the debris fiom tlie tracks just
nboi-e llnias they found the bodies of
three little white girls in a fence cor
ner, all horribly torn on the barb
wires, all three in ragi and almost
naked. An Italian recognized them
(is children h'o hail seen at 'Oyster!
Itayoit, hut , ii not Imoiv whose ehll
jlren huy were '" '
A iv'oiuuu v.ho drifted to shore
lashed to a log, witli her husband and
t i.n.i i. ..i '
iiiiiiiieii ii.ui luivcn roiuiro on
board a sclio.mer outs de of Duyou
Cook and Inten led lo ride oqt the,
g.ilq. When the win 1 came u,p from
Jh.i! west 'foUqwu.il by a liiaiq
mouth wave, tlie husband and
two children were wahhed overboard
0 ml the lugger's mast snapping otV at
lis loot, it drilled away. The .Ionian
jumped on the limiting timber and in
some way lushed herself to It. All
night she drifted thro.igh Adams and
the u 'ighb r ng bayous, ami when
daylight came she was picked up by
the lugger Itevenue.
John A. Seput, one of the managers
of the fishermen, who lived on the
stores of llryou Cook, said that there
was nothing left either on the shores
of the ltayou or its Islands On llavou
Simon, which is s tuated In tii'anij
Day, there were fourteen (IshcrUien
drowned,. I II .1 I
""4'h'o "house of John I larger, a lii.hor
man, lu llayou Cook, was washed
axyuy. Four children and the wife
were resulted, but the husband and
two children we e drowned within u
few feet of tlio poor wife.
On Simon Ulund lu (ir.ind bay there
v.erc e.ghteeti inhabitant, who were
lice ers of ny.s'er camps and were
uniting for the return of the oyster
lleet. Six ecu of them weiedt owned
Matthew Wce.t.u (in.l )jni nlelj
Murgnvitcjt. two siilloi's 'rescued by a
lugger from liniiid isle, suhl that thu
sea was raging all day und toward?
night hail increased to an uaiming
degree. About It) o'elo-Mc the wind
hud shifted to the southwest, lur out.
at sea, as fl.ishoi of liuhtning would
Illuminate the darkness, could bo seen
a muminoth wave traveling with won
derful uipidity Inwards the ishinil
Closer and closer it camo witli a noish
rtf thunder. Then, 'if struck, Alt
"ti "darkiiii s. mid tlio island an
for'' III) thu cu nuhl roauii was cov
ered with water. Tho u '.xt llish of
lightning found the two fishermen far
off to tlie north of the island and,
looking about In tho direction of tlie
island, they could see nothing but a
sheet of water. Ihe islan I having to
Cheniere Cnunniht, ,.uhskj Wrand.
jIei 1VUS 's tl'ti'ii, but 'iUlTered
tflc;ttlv. H ayu thelionuof many
tishcriiioi) and o instltu'.od nqito a sot.
1 In I'liiquoinlno parish two villages
were destroyed with tho loss of tivo
iivos In one and four lu the other.
The water from tho gulf was driven
over the land to u depth of frouT four I
to five feet, while tlio wind wrecked '
many houses snared by tlie waters. '
Tlie F.uds jetties wey .rphjf.v a -.
.aged, x the spurn a.nu H is. reported
lltat ihrep livgs were lost lliorw and al
the old tjuuraiillqe o
' ltoporl iiImi has it that tho settle
menu ut Cliouier Amanda. aeros tho
biy from UranJ Isle, hiul been tho
scene of loss o( life, but this lacks
souflrmatlon. Nocoiumuulcatloii was
rossible with thoo points and it will
doubtless bo several dayi bsforo the
extent of the calamity i,. known,
l'ho destrciyn qf Ufa uflngo c
almost co,mle,le. 'he. imupigu
le, imiqagu uj
;M hWm l teV PrlrU
I-t ratBiitr.l'Iclit Llvn I.ott
Deiolutlou In All tho Vlclulty.
Mohii.k, Ala,, Oct 5. The hurricane
llii'.l Pntirely jlisnjinearoil yekttmlay
inprpiny and for tho first time was it
poshlblo to gather some facts about
tho havoc of the storm There is
every reason to bnllovn tlm nt Wit
seveuty-elght lives woro lost in and
about this city, while it Is Impossible '
to estimate the property damage.
FOR A COMPROMISE.
.Senator lluttrr Ailoo.lr It In n Sjirerh
I In the Snmtr-.
Wasiusotos. Oct. .".In the senate
jycstcrdny the first open suggestion of
compromise on the repeal bill was
made nnd attracted the closest atten
tion on both sides of thechnmber Mr.
Ilutler, of South Carolina, in an im
passioned speech against the passage
of the bill, made compromise its sal
lent feature, and, In reply to tho ques
tion which he had been asked over and
over again as to when a vote would bo
had on tlie bill, ho ausvvered; "Com
promise, compromise Is the solution of
the struggle here."
At tho conclusion of Mr. Ilutler' re
marks Mr Itluekbiirn, of Kentucky ad
addressed the senate lu opposition lo
repeal and tiuid that if he were obliged
to choose Itetween a gold and silver ba
sis for tlie financial standard of the
country he would piofer a silver one.
llo hoped some compromise would be
i cached, lie closed by stating that
while he allowed no one to exceed
him in friendship for nnd loyalty to
silver, he would not engage in liny
obstructive tactics in opiosiug ihu
bill. Tho people demanded action
and they were entitled to know their
Mr. Call, Democrat, of Florida, then
addressed the senate in opposition to
tho bill, Without concluding his re
marks, Mr. Cull yielded to a motion
for nn executive session, und tho sen
ate soon adjourned
A delegation of about eighty busi
ness men if Baltimore culled upon
."inator (iorman ut the eanitol lo day
and presented memorials ami ad
dresses urging the speedy repeal of
the Sherman act. In reply he said
mat under tho rules of the senate
there was no wa to hasten action un
less it could be done by bringing some
iullucncc to bear imnu the omionents
of the if-eal bill from the s mlheru
states. Cloture was (mpo-slb e an. I
j i ontlnuous sessions would be u gr at
I hardship upon the older senators lie
i would not undertake to name u time
when a vote could be reached and said
that it would bo very diiVjult to reach
a vote at all un ess u eom.iomUo rec
ognizing sliver c-julil bo agreed upon.
I'lnuly or Mil it-. lii ('iri'iitullon.
Wasiii.notox, Out- .1 According to
a treasury statement whl.-li has been
issued by Secretary Carlisle tlie total
amount of money in clrcu'iitioii in the
United States October 1 was SI. 701,
It.tO.dtS. The average circulation per
capita, estimating tlie population at
(!7,;iO(l,(K)0, is therefore S.'S.'.'ti. The
net increase in circulation during
September was S3I,. 177.3 IT, the great
est item being gol I coin, SI l,S3'.i,7ll.
REPEI-S CALLED DOWN.
I'urelsn W.ir H!i'p ut lllo stop luitlur
TjO.mio.v, OcL .'.Acting npm, in
structions, tlio earl o,f Koseberry,
secretary of s.tate fr foreign atl'air.s,
has wired tlm commanders (1f tho
Ilritis.li warships i, - d.e Janeiro
conferring upon thtun ub-orntiouary
powers tu the matter of preventing
further bombardments by the icbel
Tho commanders of tho French,
Italian, American und Portuguese
men-of-war have also be. u accorded
discretionary power to take such
action us may ba necessary in order to
prevent any further attacks on tho
city which might endanger the lives
and property of foreign subjects.
Advices from llio are that tli poiq
munders of Jim foreign iyar v-ossols
have iilfi'.ady acted in this sonso by in
forming Admiral do Melius that no
further attack upon l'.lo de Juiicrio
will bo permitted. In conscqinneo
I more was no bombardment yesterday
Ughleeii Spanish sold ers were kill
ed und thirty-live wounded in a
desperate battle with Arabs iu
lUiitui (fiiy tir.ilu.
I'rlcea ui-rti quoted ut tho iIikouh follows.
No ',' linrd wlio.it. Itlifo No :l lurd lieul, BS'i
Ginlijc. No i hard wlioat 51 iftio rejucto.t
hard uliual, I'niAlo. No .' rod iiu.it. fiTWftso
No. 3 red wheat, .Vc No 1 red wheat, M4tf.Ja
IhoduiniDd for corn wai rat ler quiet aud
prices eru slUhily lower OUcrltws wuro
Hindi l.'u.clpts of i-ora today, :W cars, u
yoaruioii cars No li mixed corn sold at
Slia3l.- No. 3 in nftj, 3!",o No t uitxCd, -U.
no rjdB3l.i:ilo NoSw'iltc 3l''nr.-. Su U
white :", No i Vhtjo ll'o MmuHTi SH ,o
MIri'Hipi ;r foi- Uu go u and Mu rlier
iur Nu iJ white cm No -i inlKuil kold llu
MniupuU timl No -J while H'tu Moinph'n
Oath -Conlliiuu very tlrai Hojuhitu of oats
lo-day. 1.1 ourx ujoiro o 9 cars No. 3 mixed
bold ut iiiuMo, uueordln - lo quality and bill
in ' Na 3, '.'ri.'l'.c No I. iHU-iio. No. S
while, i VMis No 3 whim, SJii7c Kvk
.So'd rathur slowly No s, nomuially, -tic
river No 3, i o:iilu:iUy, IIQISb 'p.kx-
sEEii-woik. tiii.j n tm(t, vcar iou',
"Ion tte VLul tf fftuu map lols, SftSo Jo.ij,
H'--'VV"a. filiMo pcrovt. UlllK,faoolBa!i
CASTliultmM- (ii a hulnuarlou small
Ian. MM (Mux Clloe-Sioady, CO7lo ixjr
rwtsaiUfl.l IIav -Kocelpts, can markut
nrni 'llmothy, choice. H5). Na 1, 17.118
lo iradis. f.SU.1) fancy pralrlu: id:6!W
l ood to vhoico, ft AVrt. 7S forainon, l3i.
feT Loum Mo . Ojt 4 - Itocolpts- VVJioit,
l Hi bjr. last oar. UH313 bu i-oru'Z,t4l V,
Iintyoar. II.SM bu ojts 30.K-J bu- tiit joj.
ttuiiba Shipmnirt. waSnTiji.ita w' corn
',;V bu. ' ' h 'to"'' ft.3' i-b1'
Whcaj-th, fti',c. Nuvombor, 0.'.i Decnm
tpr. "ft'ic. May, 74'je. tVrn -Caih 3flc. o.-to-lir,
3&l, Novouibcr, Mj Dnombor, XtUei
iuin nine Muy. ij'ia. Oati-Cash. -.
IK-toborSrv.o. Noombi!rSS: Docomlmr, Wuo,
Muy 31 iu.
KANSAS CITV MVi: STOCK.
Kansas Citv. Mo . Oct 5 -Cattle-KpjiMi-.
II.WI. luhtu. i.iu lilptild; ia
T.n ,I",rhoV,or SSlfCl- W "trcHj tu'hor
ilullutld wj, Cvittew Vults atld calUi
SjiWH-fl fnixtur wwU o llu and t(J lowur.
Utd.ifa bcitf un (niit moer, Ij'Wlll'JJ
cv,ws ttii't hflfuM l fVUii M Texs and Indian
lW sS.aa.-U 'JVxa and Indian cow U0i
i31j. "lu.Vcrj and feeders ttli&lOJ mixed
14 6 M.
.t-f?:Sm1tccc,pls' T,6,: hlPPel yesterday,
..wr llio market opened active ond .li-onij
to 6o hl.her und closed 5 la I0o lower, thu
aera e bclnj nbout liko je.lorday. 1'iice
ran.j(cu tjin la 7."iaoai
UliWb tleiuiiu, 5.3W. no shipments The
marl.ul for kooiI sheep and lambs w.as steady
Willi joserJayund Monday, others dull and
weak. The follow lux are repreiuiallvesiloi
No- Wt 1'r.ca Na Wt I'rlco
ftili . Ill 3 31 1
St. Lot'KUo, Oct I. -Cattle -Receipts,
8.JW market Heady Hos-Hecelpls. raw
nurUet 10c hi.-her heavy 14 1354 50. mixid.
WtOTJ llbl. I.104esrk SUeup-Kecelpts!
l.O.o marUet Urux
BRYAN TURNED OUT.
THU NEtllSASKA CONCntSSMAN
NO 1-ONGCtt A DliMOCUAT.
STERLING HORTON BOWLS niM OUr
l'ltrliril DUtl.i r.otxniiii .Vilmlnlali itlun
mill Antl-Ailniliil.tr ithm I'.iiU.kii In
IIik Nrhrniliu ili-nmrr.itlc Mutn
CollrrulliiK ('liucliinil'i II-
iikiii'LiI roller IimIiiih(I
.Mr. Ilrj.in tVllliiliMMi.
i.tucoi v, Neb., Oct 3.-.fnHin Srrl
ing Mot ton Is a lugger man m Nc
bi.isk.i lliati Wl.liitm .lonnliig Itryuii,
but ltryan is still a piclty big iimn
The.c facts were developed nl tiin
slate coliveiitiou lieic vesterday II.
was called ostcn-dbly to nominate a
candidate for justiie of the supreme
court ami rnmliihitcn for leirenls of
Die state university, but this fealuio
of the business was lost sijht of in
the pitched battle between the adtiiiu
istriilion and the nuli-iidirlnfstiatioii
Tho ball wan started ut tlie v.iy
outset- Mr. Martin introduced T I
Malioney of Onmlni. ns teiiipniiiy
eliainnan. Mr. Itiyau met this lead
and loitntercd witli tlie iintuiuiiliou of
.ludge Ong. Thu vote was 30U to loij
uien an attempt was made to in
troduce llryan for a speech lie was
liowle 1 iluwn by thu crowded gullet ie-,
Cliairuiau Malioney was on the
stage, but refused to' call the enliven
tion to order. Two hti'iis nunc .if
tills tiling was indulged in One
featuro was tlio ;tlleiii,it by a dnor
hecper to shut some distiuguKhi-il
Democrats out who sought entrance
to the stage lie ileiiiaude.l m mey to
buy beer befote iiiiliul.in the door
On being icfiiiil he piodt I a
revolver and siiapi,'d it in the face of
Dr. Dunn, of Lincoln The vcaon
did not explode, ami Hie man was
overpoweted aud sent to Hie station
At 0. 10 order was it -toted, an I ih
convention roceeiled lo luisiii -s, ,
majority port on of Hi co-iitnilti n ot
resolutions indorsed the i dtuluistia
Hon in every particular, especially
pronouncing for tlie repeal of the
Sherman stiver hill. Tlm inltir.,-,!.. -.
port, pteparcd by Mr. llryan. was the i
...ill. .1 , .1 ..r .1. .. I
s.i.mv: ,,itll lliu VI.i:i-llllll III mo llliail
elal pi a n It A prolonged, debate, ctt
hUtL"ii lM" '"''Port, ciiltiiiiiutiug it thu
ndopT'on, of the majoiity report
llryiin" iinuounccil his wl(lidr;w.il
from tltu Dvmineratii- party ip llm
fAtloption of the m.i.jijtity toport At
IS '." tlis inni'uing tho convention
poiliiat(iil I'lauh Irvine fur supiciue
judge nnd ulsii lluoi! legenls and then
I.OCKIi MEN WIN.
lire nun of I'rccnii It lliiiniu (lul '1 licy
i:ioct National Ullici-ri.
Tl'RK IIOMA, I. T., Oct .', -'1 he
Choctaw council, in joint session to
day, counted the votes of tlm ht1
election for national olll cr.s it tool,
all day nnd every inch of tlm mound
whete there vris iMitttcod ens.-, was
hotly fought- The loiies men ha I a
majority of niPiiibeis and set a reco
dent by whiili (hey would be gov
erned, but it tin tied .nit Unit they dug
llm ditch which lliey weie soon lo
Thoy bad Hi" etitiie l.oche party
watching their every a Hon, arid it,
was iiupossiblu to defeat tlietii, 'l'lmi
only hope nt getting Hu-, .i
was to throw out uiinibor ff the
sliong l.oehn vwinctv In this they
wcii! sm-ciu, fill, but liliiu count v was
Hoqii reached It was ouo oT Jones'
.Hongholils. but lh poll boohs bad
not been dated and the o.itiro louuly
had to go with the others.
The iv ii 1 1 was Hint ail tin: nation,
al ollicers on the Koclju ticket, VM-co.
elected by the following iiiuioiHwN
Oahs, auditor, 8. I; .In-ilison, .eijtetitiy.
If,'; Wilson, tre.iM,iier, .11; JJeUmi, ut
torney general,, 11H7
' The. irp.n'Ule that has been expected
Wil'A bi.ileiia'i.e when thu olen
M-io ciitinled and It im thoiiht lliat
everything u-, IIIIIVl. .,j, Mnulhlw
for u while at least.
'lo P.uii- lui Niilin il ;.,,
Aisi.wsvs Cuv. Ka(n . (,' v i i;t.
Chief llushylieiid i:aru,o tH (.,, , it y hist
evening fioin, l,iv aWH u Kilil.-in in
the si Ho is having tlnee wells
U'Ulii oil his lowiislle. One is dim u
ninety foci and Hie drill is passing
thlW'h n s'liita of blue slat- iiiiM-d
will. al. In another well ut a depth
of llfly feet ho struch u suia I limy (.,f
natural gas which was easily in,itn
and would burn and bla.e "fitiiw the
well for a blurt liiW Tw VVinief
will turn his att,eiitv,tt vt drilling for
gas. A.rewmis Wllt of I'onea Citv
it tliroe-foo; 4iin if ooul Is rupoitcd to
have. V'OH (uunil.
mc!i mi Ihu Ni-iv Vnrk (Vnlr.il.
I'DlOIIKKIII'Sli:. N V., OeL V The
fast Chtiago express bound soplh on.
i ne .sew a oik reiiti-iii and ll(u,Vwi
river lailroad whilo nt full stvotl um
into a Mock train on Ijigey'x switvh.
one mill) north of Uyo pH, Kh(irtly
after ii o'cbi.c a,s iwening. ' ,.. ,..
Ill no of the ins train wont into the
fivcv-. The engineer and liiemuu of
tho through train are.ieported badly
injured a ud a numlwi of passengers
liiirl, bill n fululilic h;ivi yet been
r.irinni.iiiii u run.
Ouaii. Nub. OcL V-The board of
federation of llm Union I'aeillc em
ployes were in secret session vester
day. formulating a plan or urlioii iu
case licuoral Mau.igei Diekinsoii
sliuuld enforce the demand fr a leu
pei cent reduction If Dlchinson
should talin that couise there is no
doubt but then; would be .1 slrll.e.
!! or :i I'uttti lli-j.orlr.l Klllt-il.
Ill II n. Mont , Oct '. A repoic
... ...t Hen, infill av i4yv VI' I
B"'''":'!rL"M $1.25 Per Day.
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Supplies always on hand.
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If you uro in wnntof the Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, Firo or llurglar l'roof
or Flro and Ilurplar l'roof;
If you arc, in want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, ICoya". Xew
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If you are lu want of Hieycles and 'Frlrycles, sueh as tho celebrated Imperial
lvinf of Scorchers, tho Fowler, tho Oriel, tho l'lucnlx, tho Control, tin?
Warwiclc, the Uond King-, tho Telegram, tho Telephone, tho Courier, tho
Traveler, tho New Mail aud tlio Iio'id Queen liieycles, at wholesale anil
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y t 'i I SI Vi
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