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As we. saiil in our opening "ad," vehac the will ant the wa to build
up a business that Guthrie ami ourselves will be proud of: a business
conducted in all respects on the same principle, idea- ml bass as
business is in any large city. The cash-bujing public can alwaxs find
reliable bargains at this house, the only strictly
Gash Buying and Gesh Selling
ONE-PRICE HOUSF in Guthrie, where nothing is misrepresented and
in every case satisfaction is guaranteed. If goods are not satisfactory,
money will be refunded if returned in a saleable condition.
Is hardly begun, but we have personally isited the markets, ca-.h in
hand, twice this season, searching for bargains. Come see the results:
10 pieces double width fig
ured dress goods, all color,
worth 2oc, fall price 14c.
20 pieces double fold diag
onal cheviots, half wool,
cheap at 25c, fall price 19c.
25c English cashmeres, 36
inches wide, wool filling, new
est shades, sold in this town
for 30c. Our fall price 25c.
.jq-inch all-wool Henrietta,
ncvy fall shades, sold in this
toyn for Qsc. Our fall price
jj-inch all wool silk Hen
rietta, generally sold for $1.
Our fall price 75c.
Ladies' tan cloth jackets, all
sizes, like sample, S10.50.
Ladies' black cloth jackets,
fur trimmed, S4.50.
Ladies' tan cloth jacket1:,
Ladies' cloth capes $2. 98 and upwards.
We have a large stock of novelty fall dress children's Newmarket
ulsters, 98c upwards.
100 dozen World's fair handkerchiefs, embroidered in silk, worth 25c.
Special price two for 15c.
Ladies' fast-black, ribbed top "Topsy black" hose, worth 35c, for 25.
Ladies' trimmed felt hats at half price, 39c to St. 25.
200 dozen Ladies' felt hats, 10c each.
0p Price Cash House.
THE BONETTA WRITING MACHINE,
THE LATEST INVENTION OUT.
The Honetta Writing Machine is the most complete and mn-,t simple
writing machine out. It is so simple that most
ANY CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
Every merchant, every teacher and eery school child should have
one. No family shouid be without one of these machines. It will
write sixty words a minute. We will send one of these machines com
plete to any address on the receipt of Si. 00. Good for thirty days onl)
at this price. Agents wanted, throughout the west.
$100 per Day. $5. 00 per Week.
LODGINC. 12 o A.NI3 oO CENTS.
S. FRAZIER, Proprietor,
Newly Furnished Throughout.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
NICF. CLEAN BEDS.
Reopened for BusinessI
Better Than Ever!
Rates, $1.00, SI. 25 and $1.50 pkr Day,
NICE CLEAN ROOMS. BEST MEALS IN THE CITY.
MRS. D. BkUBAlTGII. Proprlnti usb
life is to make
v )l 1 v v?f
WRITING MACHINE CO.,
" 84 Market St.. Chicago, in.
WEST MEALS IN THE CITY
UUTIIRIE, OKLAHOMA, FKJDAY MORNING,
nEPEALEMS AND ANTI-HEPEAL-ER3
PLAYING THE GAME.
SENATE IN SESSION ALL NIGHT.
rlio vllvrr Men Do tlio Tnlklnff nnil tho
Otlirr IVIItMTi 1'rnilncail tin" Quorum
llipOrrnt MrusKlo Now On
All. Vtinrlirr Mill Krrp u
Mill t'ipcr I.ln 1 lip (lenrjr
Act In tho IIiiikh.
Washington, Oct 12. When the
scnuto met yesterday only twelve
senators were present to hear liiu
chap tiin's prayer opening1 a legislative
ilav which may continue for more
th mi one calendar day.
The rcroal bill whs taken up at
!l.4" a. in, anil Mr Cockrcll, Demo
Mat of Missouri, although quite
lionise resumed his Rpoceli against
tho b. II begun on Monday. The op
ponents of repeal stood to-day mid
wiul tl stand throughout the struggle
ready and anxious to pass the pend
Ing bill with atnandincntR. At 2:10
o clod; lie yioldecl the lloor to Mr,
Smith, Democrat of New Jersey, who
addressed the senate In favor of re
peal. When Mr. Smith had finished. Mr.
Irby (Populist) of South Carolina ad
dressed the senate In opposition to re
peal, lie said he spokj as a farmer,
belli r the only member of the senate
whoso sole occupation was funning.
He was opposed t the bill as u man
and us a Democrat he believed in
Democratic principles as he did in the
"That is pretty rough on tho bible,"
slid a Ilepubilcaii senator !roin Now
Continuing. Mr. Irby said; "Tho
people from SoiithtCtiroiina do not in
tend to be driven int of tho Demo
cratic party by the president or any
of the self-constituted leaders of the
Democratic party They had been
honestly opposed to the nom'uution of
Mr. Cleveland, nil 1 were opposed to
lilt' repeal mil.
mv i'-uy uiu ne uouiu mil ue co
creed He despised the patronage
wlib-h had b.'cn so ruthlessly with-
I held from ninety per cent of the boo
st Democrats or his state. It it
IM'M n.'cessiry to overpower Dqmo
. rat with Uepublicjn vote's 1n tho
K'liate ho dared tp tell Democratic
Hi-nutqrs thoj could not revise hi
a Iif js for himself ho would nn(
accept any compromise shorf. of thq
frci coinage of silver at the ratio of
Mr Coclcrell then resumed on tho
repeal bill. "If tho present admlnis.
trillion," said Mr Coekrell, "was u t
tempting to force upon Iho country
tho piMici le that silver dollars wero
to bo redeemed in gold It vias not
I)i moera y. If it uns shown to bo
true he would, say 'lla tl Halt!' Tho
people are not ready for that. Thoy
will never sanction it."
Ilo concluded with a reference to
1110 presidents letter to uovernor
Northen. Tho president was fearful
of the delay, but this was not extra
ordinary, for but ono man In publlo
life had inoro unfilled prediction! than
Mr. Cleveland, and that man was
.lohn Sherman. At 3.1.1 o'clock Mr.
Cockrell completed his long speech.
His voice was nearly gone, and lie
could only shake his head in response
to the Inquiry of the vice president as
to whether he had completed his re
marks. After some routino business Mr. Al
len, I'opnlis't, of Nebraska took the
iloor to continue his speech. Ho was
still speaking when at 0:0 o'clock Mr.'
Dubois, Ke ubiican,, of Idaho roso and
Mr Allen yielding to, him, ho observed,
Jhqt t wnti ij o'clock, tl)o hoijr when
the senate usually adjourned Ho
liskd Mr Yoorlio-H whethor ho was
going to mako that mntion,
"J feel It t bo my highest duty,"
said Mr Voorhces, "not to mako tluH
motio.i this evening, but un tho eon,
trary. to ask tho Kenatu to stay to
gptiurtn continuous soss'ou until tho
pcrfaiug uuiasuro is disposed of."
Mr. Dubois siihl tht tlio statement
of tho sonator from Indiana mount Iho
8enato was to bo held In continuous
scs.lon till tho p.ndlng bill
was brought to a vote or un
til it was demonstrated it could
not be brought it a vote. He tald
"Von know as well when you, star.H
ni you will ki;ov when yon emerge,
from thp struggle Hmt yon must fall,
Willi conditions us thoy exist in tlo
senntu thoro Is no- hope of radical
legislation. You are as likely to pass
u ItlU for tho frou colmgo of silver
as to Rlisoltittriy destroy silver.
It li-olts as tlmugh you wero
trying to convince somo ono
outside of this chnmbcr to
something which you yourso f know.
I-.veu If you succeed 111 convincing
these outside pirtlci, tho result will
not Ju'tlfy tjje ordeal wljleh you will
compot spnators to undergo, yoi
conclude tn al)andon appeals o Reason
niid sphso and ri'U H sntt.lom.ont of t-lifi
questiQil ns td wH'oh sido can stand
the moiit punishment, wo give nntleo
now WO shall protect our side bv every
means, in our power- We will insist
that yon furnish tho quorum uml that,
you l;eop it constat lly. If It takes In
numovau'.o i-qU calls. Tho res onsl
olllty for whit Is to follow must rest
on you as well a Us ph sleal olteets
on Individual senators."'
Mr. Voorhecs replied at great
length He unggestod to Mr Dubois
tho wisdom of the saying: "Let not
him that glroeth on his armor b,qas,t
himself no 10 thr mUteth It oil."
"We wMl seewho falls in this trans
action hsforo we are done," said Mr.
Voorhces. "1 fpel inv feet on a rqek.
and there J aha.ll stqud, anil vindicate
J ffrcqt mill nigl(tv principle. Hut
before t sai,u WQrj wpon tliatsublect,
I Will n'sk tlui cenntni- roill Idaho
whether he will th
day to taice a
Mr. Uiibqhj said, thare wero ll
tinjjuuhpd. senators who had not
Ulkcd on the subject and he noi nni'
one elto could bav when tl.e uebite
would probably clo'se
' ' Br.e,t rc t-e
question further, but apparently
changed his mind and said-
"Without pressing the enator frun
Idaho, I understand the situation
There will be noday mimed. If there
ceulil be a day nained by the oppo
nents of this bill we would come to an
understanding directly Ills because
obstruction, pure nut. simple, is re
sorted to. that we are n tin nttitude
we now are. We regret exceedingly
to have to resort to the methods now
lioforo you "
Mr Hoar observed that continuous
sossion were not an innovation, re
calling the fact that the lllnnd-AIIUon
bill was passed about ft in the morn
ing. Mr. Voorhces said this cplwwlo in
tho hlitory of the senate would result
in reforming the rules of the bod v.
At th- proper time, not In connection
with u heated discussion, he would
vote for some measure by which n de
termination of a question could be
reached. Otherwise- this body will
lose Its proper Influence and standing
before the American people mil the
world,' said Mr. Vooiheos.
Mr. Voorhecs said when it fell to
h'" fortune to manage the n-ndlng
I '1 s and he found how-powerless ho
was it almost pataly.ed the energies
of his mind. He never desired to be
pbi'-ed In that attitude again, nor did
ho desire to see any other man in that
position, nor should hii bo if he could
"I am tender of minorities" said
Mr- Yoorheo.s. "I would not Injure
the minority; but shall the minority
govern? Answer mo Shall tho
minority govern? .Somebody has to
rule; somebody has t$ control this
government. Shall it bo the minority
or the mnjority."
Th'i senator from Idaho signified
that possibly they had a majority.
"Then let us vote and we will sub
mit to it w llngly If we are thn
minority. Will you? No. Then tho
question comes whether we have a
irovernment at all."
Mr. Voorhecs said it had been sug
gested to him often by lottor and in
the press to go outside of the rules and
nppcal to the presiding oflleer of tho
senate to sustain him in a mot'oii not
provided for In the rules to proceed to
"I would as soon," said he, "think
of committing open high treason or
private murder as to commit such a
Mr. Harris, after referring to tho
courteous treatment nil senators had
received at the hands of Mr. Voor
hces, remarked that if he had been
the veriest of martinets he would
have been powerless to secure notion.
Mr. Hutler said Mr, Voorhecs had
gone one stop beyond the issuo when
he said the question now confronting
the senate was whether the govern
ment should slop; whether the senate
wits capable of self-government. ' Is
this country trying to hi impressed
wllli the conviction that because tlu
repeal bill einnot pass the senate."
asked Mr. Hutlpr, "tharo 4s. . revolu
tion in tlpi country and it cannot
govern Itself? This Is neither tlio
legitimate nor fair conclusion This
It, not the prueial test of republican
Institutions, but tlio edict has gone
forth. The uknso has gone forth, the
Imperial edict has leen given to U10
world that I his. measure must pass,
mid the country's govurnmont must
stop until it doos pass, and wo must,
perhaps, oboy. For ono I will iot
oooy as long as 1 nave tlio power
under the constitution to expross my
Mr. Dolph read from the Congres
sional Itccord extracts from the de
bate on tho federal election bills s uno
years ago, to show that tikose on tho
Democratic side had not nlwnys been
willing for tho mnjority to rule.
"Did the senator read to help the
senator from Indiana?' said Mr (!ray.
Democrat, of Deluwiue He said: "I
will ntay as long as the senator from
Indiana desires, but If it Is demon
strated that there Is' no way to compel
the attendance 01 senators, and there
failb to be a quorum, Inin goi'nglmme.
Jam not going to ' take m n, farce, as
very nllenipt tq sit qut opposition to,
a bill, since I camp, iitq tlt senate ton
years ago, has prQvcn n farce-"
Frqm 7, q clock until II o'plock the
debate continued without nny un
usual features, Mr, Allen htill lotaln
Ing the lloor. Tlioorowd In tho gal
Juries did not diminish until after 10
o'clock, when some of the visitors lie.
gnn to leave. UradunUv tho senator
commenced, vanishing, nnd us mid
night appvoacheil Jess than n doen
weto in tlielr soats, but tho thunder
ous voloe of tho big Vopullst from
Nebraska, showed no signs of weak
ening. Of tho twenty-nine books
which he hnd on his desk, only three
hnd been opened. The remaining
twenty-six represented, sd much storeij
up nbility to talk ngMrUl'tlin,e, ' "
F.actlya 13 o'cJack Mr. Ilubols
giosjp and remarked, n ha Jooked
about the chamber: "Mr. 1'resldent,
I believe a quorum Is not present. '
The vice-president directed it ro'l
call to betaken, The senator crowded
Into the chamhor then, Whon tho
roll hail been eompliited Mr. Stevenson
announced rtfty-five senntors wero
present a quorum and directed Sen
ator Allen to proceed. Tho Nebras-
kan took the floor 'again Er.,1 the
quorum promptly disjeard lhrou(;n
tlie cloul; roprit (lo,o,ifv. Mr. Allen be
tjqn reading fmrn Charwlt'lt'a "Pollt-
Jcaal Kpcnorriy" Jiw nn IhPU he
would pn,v.o tft n,i a, oomiuent on ft
trlWr,!f rsssaBc or Inlie a .p from
the dilapidated,, nvorworltod lemon
lUt. lV on hln desk.
At 4 o clock this morning Senator
Alien was sun taiuinp.
i:ci Vt-M UlTf cIiinksu.
TUbulQU Hpuuii Iii tliu lloillo nn thn
4 'Mct'ruHry Hill.
WAMit.voTON, Oct. V!. Tho houso
yesterday began n discussion of the
McCreary bill to extend the provisions
of the Ueary act for six months, under
a special orfler, provides; i shall
bo considered, yn.tjl tlispftscd of. Only
J wo speeches were madf. by M.cCroar.V,
chairman of the forelk'U utTalrs eoni.
inittee. and bv GRnrv. imtlini. nt thn'
tdd law.in oijpQiloa. Uoth speaUerW
vproupcordcd mqrUed nttontlon. the
speoph of Mr. deary olteltlntr frequent
ttpplnuse. Ills violent attack on tlio
ultlcers of the administration, espec
ially Attorney Cencral Olney, for not
enforcing tho deary law. and his
clmrt'o that the original Kvcrott bill
contained the tinuil&takuble earmarks
of Mongolian diplomacy, created
lomcthlng of a sensation
An old citizen of San Antonio Tess,
was shot and 'killed 9 9 burglar,
h found In h's Iioum
OCTOBER 13, 1893.
RIO AGAIN SHELLED,
ADMIRAL DE MBLLO RESUMES
WHAT WILL MR. CLEVELAND DO?
Much Anth'tj ta roll ik to Wluit Action
tin. I'r.xlilmt Will lallo With IIcriiiU
to SiiiiorllliK ('bill ami Arui'iitlno
In llirlr I'mtnl AKiiliMt
I.iiril Illpliiin ill In tor-
Montkvipko, OeL. 12. Admiral do
Mcllo resumed the b-imunrdinont of
ltio ilur.oiro yesterday and that itty is
In a stale of panic. This action is
thought t) be tine to either u perlld
ions breach of proml-e on the part of
the admiral or to the fact that l'rus
ldent Poxioto has rofmed, as he said
he would, to dismantle his batteries
and has persisted in shelling the ships
an. I thus drawing the r fire upon Hlo.
Much nnxiety is feit in the city to
know whnwu-lliiit President I'lovelanil
wi I instinct Minister Thompson to
take with regard to the question of
supporting til-' Chlllim and Argentine
miuistors in Km lu their protest
against local diplomats of other na
tions interfering hi-tween the belliger
ents. Thoy have rn sod the cry
"America "for the Americans" and
say this Is just the time
when the Americans should
bo popular. The declare that
other American governments are able
to do all the interfering that Is nejes
snry between the llrailiaii contest
nuts and thoy are looking to the
American nation to come to tho front
now. While those in Uio who are
most familiar with tho situation are
still in doubt ns to the course Minister
Thompson will decide to pursue, they
Delleve lie is opposed to tlio proposei;
intervention n European powers
that he will tlmillyiu't in concert
tho legations at Chili and Argentina.
I'ruguav remains neutral
Admiral do Mellohasisued another
manifesto in which he declares that I
in case of his success over residen .
IVlxoto, he will adhere religiously q
republican institutions and forms ol '
government Tlis Is a heavy blow to
the hopes of those who thought his i
revolt eloaked a loyulistplot to restore j
(o Brazil n deposed nnnreh.'. It says '
among other tilings that the rebellion j
is dun to President Ppiotofs obstl- ,
iiaey. He is charged with violating
the cunstitvtion ivy exposing the enu-
try for tany months in a civil war. j
Tin; robe! vessels Lucky, Vuloauo
and Gloria have been ijofeato.l in nn I
attempt to cut out nnd capture the I
etc liner St Diego near Plalnha. Tlio
same vessels with theTrajana.Jupltor
and 1'rnnus sent a storm of shell,
grape and cHnnistor over the business
part o the town, Five persons were
.filled nnd upwards of 300 houses were
damaged Several olli-crs and men of
the hind forces wero killed and ,
wounded, but tho los was not great.
It Is known sumo of the vessels' crews
wore killed. '
A KANSAN WITH A RECORD,
I'uur tVivrit Cliiliu .Toll 11 J, Vt'llllnui
Now In .l.ill lor rorgory.
Emi'Oiua, Kan , Oct. 1?. John sy
Williams, who was brought here fon
Omaha by Sheriff Evans on. ciinrge of
ootainingmoicy undor falxe pretenses,
turns out not only to be n slippery
crook of high color, but the husband
of four wives, with women of several
states yet to s heard from.
Several years ago while living hero
VUHunm gave a movtgagj for S."!iU on
hh farm to s. . Warren. Foreclosure
suit was recently begun and the wife
iieciareu tito mortgago a forgery; that
he tiet-r signed It. Williams wut
then brought here from Omaha and
placed in j ill.
lllVC-tiLMtioil sliowod Mint nVinitt t
twelve years ugo Williams came over
from Wales, locating In I'ennsylvanla,
where ho married wife No. 1 and had
a son, who has b en with him In all,
his wandering. lie next moved t,o,
lowu, where ho married wie Xo, ij.
.Soon nfterivaul thev inoye'J tft Kan
sas, and Williams V,Mghi 'arm in
Osage couny, iiftii) of tHU city.
While., Uy.j; h?ro ho became
utlnwta W a Mrs. White,
ami Robert Hunrr, then county
ttttortwy of Osage county, caused his
nil'PSit. A divorce suit followed lie
fore it was granted he married Mrs,
White No, 3, who Is now with htm.
In order to get the money on the
mortL'iHe. bftcaii&K nf tvlil -l lm U .,r,,i-
iii jiii, he had to pay oif a smaller
...v.. i... , mull un mo lurii co mat
now wife No. 3, who bsAiuec. enured
a divorce and A fa,iMn us. alintony,
has the farm, U iv own namu and
?,eW Vi mcuwbrfmce.
JW Investigating tho Ugnaturo of
Jho inortgugo today It transpired that
illitH- has still another wife, No. i,
U0in ho married secretly here a
couple, of years ago and who has been
n "dlontyet ruling partner In many of
his crooked transactions. .Since his
arrest she has been hiding, it Is
thought, soimnvhure in Emporia.
Aiuleroii' Krror lluther Cottljr.
ToeiutA. Kan , Oct is llv neglect
ing to flic a corttiied check for ten per
cent of tho amount of his bid, J. M,
Anderson lost thecoutract for a ne-w
wing of the state tyor,nvl t.cliool, al
though it was yearly 81.000 lower than
any o.lUar. i.l tho state board of pub
s vnkb will to-day award tho eon
tract to I' A. Wlllard of Argentine,
thcie.t lowest UlUHer, ut 813,470.
.UoCiirlMlu nuuiet nliurtuco.
riotrru McAi.kstkii. lnl. Ter.. Oot.
llreen McCurtaln. ox treasurer of
the Choctaw natlon.J arrived yester
day afternoon, llo denied tho report
or ins shortage, and sad that every
cent passing through Ids hands will
be ueeounted for and that his books
nil! prove him innocent.
There U a great d,eal, o,( woaslutss
throughout Crawford cmintv. Ark.
wi.:.. .. " . ..
yiui.uvii oiers, naye oeeu p:
cu nearly s-wty gin, reading" "L'r.
jienaliy of mirning don't run this gla
lll cotton 's worth ten cents a pound,"
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