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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, (HTOUKll l."i, 180.
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RECEIVERS FOR U. P.
Ami oliiett in
2S T O JES, 3EE
Tlic most popular, most uliablc, the cheapest and busiest place in town.
As we said in our opening "ad," we have the will and the wj to build
up a business that Outline and ourselves will be proud of, a business
conducted in all respects on the same prm i.ile, ule... nd basis as
business is in any large city. 'I he cjsh-buing public un ala)s find
reliable bargains at this house, the only strictly
Casfi Buying mi GasSi Selling
ONE-PRICE II Of SI- in Guthrie, where uothirg is mi -represented 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 visited the markets, cash in
band, twice this season, searching for bargains. Come see the re-ults:
10 pieces double width fig
ured dress goods, all colors,
worth 20c, fall price 14c.
20 pieces double fold diag
onal cheviots, half wool,
cheap at 25c, fall price 19c.
25c English cashmeres, 3O
inches wide, wool filling, new
est shades, sold in this town
Our fall price 25c.
.jo-inch all-wool Henrietta,
new fall shades, sold in this
town for 65c. Our fall price
45 -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, $4.50.
Ladies' tan cloth jackets,
Ladies' cloth capes $2.98 and upwards.
We have a large stock of novelty fall
ulsters, nbc upwards.
100 dozen World's fair handkerchiefs, embroidered in sdk, 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 1.25.
200 dozen Ladies' felt hats, 10c each.
One Price Cash House.
THE BONETTA WRITING MACHINE,
THE LATEST INVENTION OUT.
The Honetta Writing Machine is the most complete and most 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 should be without one of these machines. It will
wiite sixty words a minute. We will send one of these inachin-s com
plete to any address on the receipt of Si. 00. (Jood for thirty days only
at this price. Agents wanted throughout the west.
THE BONETTA WRITING MACHINE CO.,
84 MarkotSt.. Chicago, III.
$1-00 per Day. $500 per Week.
JOpfiIJ5 'JO AND GO GRNTS.
S. FRAZIER, Proprietor,
Newly Furnished Throughout.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
NICK CLEAN BEDS. JU-.ST Ml.ALS IN TUT. CITY.
Reopened for Business!
Better Than Ever!
Rates, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 pi;r Day,
NICE CLEAN ROOMS. BE6T MEALS IN THE CITY.
MRS. D. BUUeVGH, Proprietress.
life is ti nial
- faff. 4ffD$&
mi 1 siKlft;
dress children'. Newmarket
THAT GREAT RAILROAD SYS
IH BAD FINANCIAL SHAPE,
Ailniliilftrntnra or tlm Lain I'reil
'k l Ainrt llnm . II. II. Clark,
:. Illlorj- Anilcrxnn mid Jlr. .Mluk
Apiiulntcil llrcrlren The
J'roccmlliiqs Oillrtly Tuko
I'Uce nt dm ilm.
Ou MiA, Neb, Oct It. l'lic proa
I'nion Pacific svstoiu parsed vor tin
oxpoetcilly into the hands of receivers
a short tlmonfter noon yesterday wlion
Jurijrv Dundy of the t'nltcd .States
di-ti let court appointed S. II. II. Chirk,
j -evioiisly president; O. V. Mink,
I ivvlously comptroller, and R KlU-ry
Anderson of New York, ijover.iiiicnl
iliree'or appointed by President Clove
l.i ml. as receivers of the i l-opcrty.
IJeceiver Clurlc tit tiin-o culled upon
(cner.il .Manager Dickinson for pos-hc-.sion
of the property and it was
turned over to him with due formality
nn I iccord 'Jhu 8,00.) mile of rail
and water line and the employ moiit of
li.'.eoi) men changed control.
The application and order In tho
fvder.il court wore carefully nrintcd
showing previous preparation.
The application was made by tho
cecutor of the estate of the Into
Frederick L. Ames and by R I-'. At
kins, a heavy stockholder, 'and 1'. -iofr
son in-law of tho late Sidney Dil
lon, also loproenllng a large block of
stock It recited that owing to dull
times, depressed business and the ap
proaching maturity of bonds which
the road would be consequently un
able to meet it was deemed best for
the protection of nil interests that the
property should b- put Into the hands
of the court, where suits could not
disintegrate and Impair the value of
the system as a whole.
The proceedings weie very similar,
says (leneral Solieitor Thurston, to
i those under which the Northern I'a
, cilic wento into a receivership It was
necessary to keep the s stem together
nnd prevent separating it ami lessen
ing the earning power .Mr. Anderson
represents the interests of tho govern
ment the futnre of th"- road depends
1: i-'.'ely upon tho prosperity of tho
countiy and somewhat upon the course
win li ilu government shall pursue
in dealing with the debt th.it the road
owes If this debt is adjusted favor
ab y it is possible that after some
I yc i s the system may be retui tied to
the hands of the owners
VEST HAS A SOLUTION.
The M iirt Tuiitor oni-ri ix Cnmpro
iiiIib Mlvrr Mi-nnurc In tlm Sonntn.
S8IIINOTOV, Oct M When tho
se ,ite met yester.hiy .Mr. Vest nf Jlii,. '
souri gave notice of an amendment in
the nature of a substitute for the re
peal bi.l After repealing tho pur
chasing clauses of tho Sherman act it
I .itil lif..v ... 4l.n I..c. .!.... ..! I
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titicates for the uncoined bullion eon- '
sisting of seignorage on the silver !
heretofore purchased. It provides lor
the coinage of American silver that !
may bn deposited b its owners at I
the ratio of $1,000,00) ., nionth up
to the limit of is o,(;ui),0)0 This
coinage is to be fairly roportloned
nmong the .silver producing states nnd
territories Uo' iters of staiulard silver
dollars may have th 'in o.xuhangad for
cei titicates. Authority is given tlio
cecretary of tho treasury to rofuso
li.ivment ill fold "on nnv (iitemlm!
obligation ot tlie I'nlted States," when
he U satisfied that tho gold i8 applied
for exportation. A joint committee
of tho two houses is to examine into
the financial and monetary condition
of the government and tho people of
tho United states. Tho ten per cent
tax on state bank circulation is to bo
At 1:19 o'clock Mr, Yoorhecs made
the usual motion that tho senate pro
ceed to tho consideration of tho bill to
repeal tho purchase c'auso of the
Sherman act. This was done and Mr.
Stewart of Nevada took tho floor. Af
ter oxpresslng his gratification that
the silver senators had not pleased
tno liruiMi masurs ot tno ponpio or
tho country, Mr. .Stowart resumed his
speech, which ho hud left oil at 1
o'clock this morning
Tho Urst suggestl m of the lack of a
quorum camo fro u Mr. l'ottigrew of
South Dakoti at 1:15 Kighty-fivo
panics were called by tho clerk, to
phjoh t!Bri wore lifty'four responses,
eleven mora tbfti a nuoruu- Mr.
Stewart expressed lii (lUpluahurp at
tho annoynu 'o which tho delay caused
him, n nl then went on with hU
TIib Trent 'nil
llrulHri't lllniielr Dlii-
t.ilnr unit 1)Iiii.4o Cnncrex.
V.V8iii.oto, Oct M. ThoHtato do
partment received the following from
the I'nlted States consul at (luitemu
la to day: "The nrcsldunt of tliti re
public to d ly (October 12) declared
ilinis.'lf dictator and assumed control
pf lo govern nent, lip iismUsed tho
pvtra session cif congru-y an,i apJered
a iiort olee I in ''
A Wraltliy UriiUrr' SlaJ Acl.
Uai.timouk, Mil , Oct. 13 William
Thode, n wealthy money broker hav
ing dealings with both Xoiv York and
Chicago foreign exehango Houses,
ciozcil u liquor, b'cw his bruins out
ut midnight lit ht resldeuco at 211
North Churios fctrcpt In tlio most
fashionable p.irt of tho city. Ho had
terrorized his family for hours, com
pelling his wife aud daughters to
loch themselves in their rooms
Ceirrt.'il liy lllf Truapi.
SIoNTr.vii:o, Oct. 13. -Advices from
Rio Janeiro arc that two battalion of
national gtnr-ls luvo revolted and
ijnye declared for the rebels It Is
lellpyrd that tho dUalTectlon will
pprcad ranidly ami tliat mop of IVI.v
gtto's trcojs wjll srnn dpilarp vf
adherence to Admiral Mel Id's cause
Tho pUnf onl th?eo men of tho
Council Muffs 1'ire dopartmcr.t hart-'
hvov arrested on u tlinrgo of orbou.
Tlio Country Is W.lltlns nmt I'm-f rt Jln-
Nr.w Yoith, Oct 14. -It ti Dim X
Co.'s weekly review of trade says: The
country has been wa ting. While un
certainty has prevailed. mtn have not
known what to do with safety, and so
have done as little ns thoy could. In
dustry cannot always wait, and in
them an arrest of improve
ment generally means some re
notion. Merchants who have obli
gations to meet cannot always
wait, and for some there has eouio
misfortune. The speculators nnd
traders wait because they hnvo no
substantial basis for a judgment.
The volume, of business ttiiiisaotcd
Increases somo because the longer
people go without clothing or food or
other necessities, the more certain
their demand is to revive
The failures for the past week num
ber .1111 in the United States against.
1-0 last year and forty-two in Canada
against twenty-six last year.
Ni:w Yoiik. Oct II. The following
table, compiled by Ilniilstrcct'a, gives
the clearings house returns for tho
week ending 0-t. tawitli percent
ages of increase and decrease, as com
pared with tho corresponding weak
of last year:
Clairln : Ine
" 9,191. in
. I MlllttT
J LOT I 1ST
All lh Krtalt-ru inrWrs W.m lit
atlll l.n. t Msht,
Wasiiuvotov. Oct. 14 Tlie Wet
India (.yclniif and the storm from tho
Northwest j lined . Isiues ycsteiday
morning JJ.ist und West, and tele
graphic e mimunicntlon was practi
cally at a standstill. After sweeping
over the Florida peninsula the cyclone
made its way North through Georgia,
North Carolina and tho Virginias aud
met the storm from the West Rome-
where in Pennsylvania or Ohio, where
l.n.l. .ltir. ...... I ... 1 .
both diffused over a wide urea, play
in? navoc w-jiii an m?ans or wire com
munication WON BY THE VIGILANT.
Tlit- I'liuil tnteririlluiinl V.n-lit IUcb Won
liy the Auiprlrmi.
Ni:w Yoni;, Oct. 14. Tlio American
yacht Vigilant defeated tho Knglish
Valkyrio in the third and deciding
race yesterdqy, winning by forty sec
pnds. A IViiiiini on tlio I'iiJIcb lliiinl,
Tom:i, Kan., OoL 1 1. (lovernor
l.cwollin,' yesterday removed Kobort
Leslie, one of tho Populist members
of tlio Leavenworth bjard of police
commissioners and appointed Mrs.
Kva M. Ulackman, elitor of the Labor
Xows, as hh successor. Mrs. Ulack
man Is tho first woman who has ever
been almoin ted a nolice cominislnrier
in iv-.iiisas. i.esues removal was
pansod by a quarriil In tho board.
.lurlait ctluu or Klin:n
WiciiiTjt, Kan., Oct
14. J micro
Heed of tlie district court of this coun
ty decided yester.hiy in the habeas
corpus proceedings of tho state vs.
Cochran, that a justice of the peace
can not give a new trial in criminal
cuse. This is the lirst ruling on this
questlon.and it is important to lawyers,
(is now trials nre granted vverv day in
Ivunsak by justices.
ltrrolyeri Appoint, I i ( mini
Toi-iiKA, Kan., Oct 13. The anpli
ration for receivers for the Uiiini
I'aciflo railroad was tiled in tho United
States Circuit court here at '! o'clock
yesterday iifternojn, and Judge Foster
appointed S II. II. Clark, Oliver W.
Mink ami K. Kllery Anderson receiv
ers. (Petition is tho sania as that
filed at Omaha.)
Chicago, Oct 14. M. V. Oannon in
an interview, admitted that ho had
handed in his resignation as president
Of tlie lrlsl Natiqnal league of
America. It was dono two weeks ago,
but uctlon has not yet boon taken
upon it. A convention to take action
In the matter may bo called about
Sax Fjuxcisro, Oct 13. John Han
fen, ono of the aid patrolmen of tho
Snllors union, was urrestcd to-day as
the man who placed dynamite on
board the tug Kthel nnd Marlon, aud
us principal in tho plot which cul
minated in the destruction of certain
hoarding iousp? apd, fopr men. Tho
phlpf m' polpti says tho evidence H
Injured Ijy u ltuuawir Team.
IYi.to.v. Mo, Oct- i -I.ast evening
whllo llyrto Hlekoy nnd MUs Mills tho
daughter of Roger Q Mills, were out
driving, tho horse ran away and threw
thorn out, dangerously Injuring voung
Rickey. Miss Mills escaccd without a
Krcclver for 1'Utu Clan WorU.
Oab Citv, Ind.. Oct. H. W. R. Ool
den and John Newltlrk, stoql-liolit
Pl In to Amorlcan plr.lo glass works
here, have asked that a receiver be
appointed, claiming tho c ntern Is in
solvent. The plant Is n large ono and
has been idle for several weeks oast.
Can't Albert lie on Colin,
Toi'KKA, Knn , Oct H.-Cljlof Drum
inond of tho I'nltod States heeret
hervleu, at Washington, has given in
htnictlonq for Hie proHeciitloi Mf Walt
mlro & Co., a drug firm of this city,
for pasting udvortUements on silver
Mirny l'eop-, Ilruu intl.
Uosto.v, Oct, H. All unknown
steamer was run down and sunk In
Itoston harbor last night nnd many
persons who wero on board were
drowned, the vessel sinking so rapidly
that It was Impossible to rescue them.
An assignment has boon made by
ttp Ketcham lumber company of Chi
cago, with confessed Judgment for
p--QOi. The liabilities ttre. estimated
VOOfl with assets tftSU 0J
iLTAILS OF THE JERICO
artllNOS POISONING CASE.
flOLESALE MURDER WAS PLANNED
I wii Mi-mlieri of tlio CoimlnrU I'mnlly
ami n Ni'lclitiur Mum. in .Vnnril U'ul-
Uro lilu In crpnt Acmiy !!
c-rjlliliiff I Ml lil f nml liilnka
J ntilo Alimit tlm Hunt
Xv.vr., Mo., Oct. II. Tho first,
authentic news of tho poisoning of
Hie tonistoek family. near .lorlpo
springs, was brought here yextenlny
l Ucimnn Heady, a close noijfhbor of
Hie ill-fated family, .lerico Spring! is
just over tho Vernon county lino jn
Cedar cmnty, and about twonty-ilve
miles southeast of this city. It Is
miles a way from a ltiilroad or tele
graph lino, and therefore not londlly
.Mr Koidy spenklng of the poison
ing said: "Monday evening old man
Irvln Coinstouk and his family at sup
per partook of cold cibbage, bio.nl.
eoMoc nnd milk, nnd soon after eating
every ono of tliem became iolontly
sick. Those who sat at tlio table were
Mr. Coinstouk, his wife and little sou
Willie, and a neighbor, Mrs. Wallace.
One of the neighbors happened to call
after supper and found them all pros
trated. Some of them in spasms. Dr
llrasure was hastily summoned, nnd
with two other dootors that ho called
in, worked with the stricken family
"At .1 o'clock next morning the old
lady Wallace died in great agony nnd
on Wednesiliy morning Mr. Comstock
died in a spasm Mrs. Comstock was
I "ol ,''al1 when 1 left
I anL.tia Will .. 1
but was havinir
spasms Will.o had gotten better,
una ii was tnouglit lie would get weil
Mrs. tomstock will dio if she Is not
already deal. A neighbor, Mrs. Mo
Crory. who c.itiie over Tuesday morn
ing to help nurso the sick, was herself
poisoned by eating a biscuit and
drinking a cup of coffee, which she
prepared for herself from tho family
provisions. She was lepcirted dying
Dr. llrasure analyzed tho cabbago,
water, provisions and everything edi
ble and drinkable about tl,0 j,t.0 u,
niid lo found stryolinino in all. 'ilm
i entire community is horritlcd, as It is
I plain the poison was used with the in-
n-iii 10 uesuoy tue whole family.
Nevertheless there Is not a breath of
susp clou ugainst anyone.
Mr. Comstock is well-known here,
having formerly resided In Nevada
Last December he took out license to
marry tlio Widow Uwing nnd last
spring ihey moved to her farm two
miles northwest of .lerico Snring'i,
Mis. Coinstqolc was thu divorced wlfo
of Thug i:wlng. who stilt resides in
the neighborhood where tho poisoning
occurred. Shu married Kwing four
or live years ago after the death of
her tlrst husband, Luk llrosurc, who
was binned to death at Wdorado
Springs She has n grown son by her
Hist husband who also lives in the
vicinity of .lerico Springs.
So far as can be learned tho bo-.t of,
good feel ng existed between tlie fam,
ily and Thug Uwlng, and suspicion
hs not attached to him or to tho
grown (.on. tho wholo alfair
shrouded in mystery.
kii.i.i: ) OVIJIt A WOMAN.
hum li City rr,"nn-in CII, nv a
(.'niipiialtiir I i u .Ijiliiui idir,
Kansas Cirv.O-t II Anton Schuh,
a pressman o i ployed by the Tow-I.ylo
Printing company, was shot and hilled
in a room at tha Iljlvidcro house,
northeast corner Twelfth and Walnut
sireeth, nuont l:l.i o'clock this morn
ireeih, nuoiu 1:1.1 o'clock this morn
ig bv Charles II Ktue, a eo.nposltor,
on of lVter I) Ktue, a prominent
iti.on of Westpirt Tljo shooting
. .I...V.I. kii ii t,"nijri, mo Minaiinf
mi- nv ri'smv ui i;iuos jealous-.
Bchuh wis In thu room with Nettle
MiCull, n young woin.iu whom Ktuo
claims as his mlstie-t.
iiii:v a in. i-n.i.vd or.
Twoiily-tHo Nmv liiillctiiicnU Ileliirilcil
Aciiluit Jlrruli nml .Vittlry.
K'AXhAh, Citv, Oct H Twenty-two
additional iiidlctmonts wero returned
by the spd.U grand jury yesterday
ugainst .lainet Uarrah and Kliner C,
huttle.-, president and cashier f thu
hiispcndud K'ansas City Safe Doposlt
apt Savngs bank.
.Mri. I.u.uo After a Nuiriiir.
Toim:ka, Kim , O.-t H. Tin Smith
County I'loneor of recent dato con
tninod a parugraph about Mrs Mary
1'. l.etiso whloh Attomoy O.-neral Lit
tle says Is obscono. The paper has
been circulated through the mails,
nnd Mr. Kittle today sett a cop of
ii in i iiium niaios uistrict Attorney
l'erry. The rioneer is a Republican
paper and it is printed nt Smith Celt
A" Ininiit) Wniiiaii Huleldo.
Siocuios, Km., Oct. II. Mrs. R R
Jones com-nltted suicido hero yester
day by hanging her&elf to a clothes
hook with her shawl. She was ad
judged insane in tho probata court
Monday und had been left nlono In
tho house n few minuter ,Sh,0 went
tp an adjoining nousa Iioioih hor hus
band roturnod. and when he found her
she wns dead.
I'lrclius' Dr. troy Sellout Iluute.
Kkpalia, Mo.. Oct. H. The school
houso in Iasin iinob, In Jnckson town
ship, Johnson county, whs burned to
tho ground lust night. This Is tho
third school houso that has been do
stroyed b incondiary fires In that
township in the past two years, but
no cluo to tlm firebugs was ever ob
tained In either case.
Lost A huncl nf l;cy containing
bpisa tali with Nn. V) thoroon. I-'indor
vll louvo at l'. N. marshal's ofllce and
receive rowunL SCQtf
UJ Ringolian has the flaeit
inimt nf fMiilla Ir. flnllirtn llfl
d l)Pv ntC,HT.
for flchool wear Nnu tlm iim. i. .,. . i
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.lntH ami ouiiir Ain.-rua K mir.-r i.f a lii-tti-r nt, with a lwtt.-r
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us m:si- oki,
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
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Prescriptions Filled Day or Night.
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Building Material of
Offce and Yards, Cleveland Ave. and
Furniture, Queensware and Cutlery!
CHEAPEST PLACE OH EARTH.
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
LOOK HERE !
I Am Here to Stay !
If yon uro In wantof tho Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, Tiro or Uurglar Proof
or Fire and Uurelar Proof;
If you are in want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, Koyal Now
Home Sewing Machine;
If you aro In want of Uioycles ond Tricycles, such as the celebrated Imperial
Klnjr of Scorchers, the Fowler, tho Oriel, tho l'hosnlx, tho Central, the
Warwick, the lload King1, tho Telegram, tho Telephone, the Courier, tho
Traveler, the New Mall and tho Itoad Queen llicycles, at wholesale ami
retail, come and get rav price, at 100 Ii Oklahoma avo., (Juthrle, Ok Tor
E. H. KNAUSS, Manager.
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