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PtTdKl-.l) AT THE PoST-OFKICR AT ROTIIRIP, Ok, M Sf.COND-CLASI MaTTKR.
Opficb op Pobmcatio- Harrison Avenor
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 37, 1803.
mi' yriw sari
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rtl olijcrt in
The most popular, must reliable, the cl cape' ami busiest place in town.
As we said in our opening "ad," wc hae the will a;. l the a to build
ii a business that Outline anil ourselves will be proud of, a business
conducted in all respects on the same principle, ideas ml bails as
business is in any large city. The cjsli-bujinj; public t m alj) find
reliable Largams at this house, the only strictly
ONK-PRICH HOl'SI- in Quthrie, 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 visited the m.uKct-, c.Oi in
hand, twice this season, searching for bargains. Come sec the results:
10 pieces double width fig
ured dress goods, all colors,
worth 2or, Tali price i.c.
20 piece' ' 'd diag
onal tUciot , ttatl 4WXI,
chea 1 at ac, fall ytice 19c.
a-' English ci.'iimere, 36
inches wide, wool filling, new
est shades, sold in this town
for joe. Our fall price 25c.
40-inch all-wool Henrietta,
new fall shades, sold in this
town for 65c. Our fall price
45-inch all ool silk Hen
rietta, generally sold for Si.
Our fall price 75c.
Ladies' tan cloth jackets, all
sies, like sample, $10.50.
Ladies' black cloth jackets,
fur trimmed, $4.50.
Ladies' tan cloth jackets,
Ladies' cloth capes S2.9S and upwards.
We have a large stock of novelty fall dress children's Ne .-market
ulsters, 98c upwaids.
100 dozen World's fair handkerchiefs, embroidered in silk, worth 25c.
Special price two for 15c.
Ladies' fajt-black, ribbed top "Topsy black" hose, north 35c, for 25.
Ladies' trimmed felt hats at half price, 39c to 1.25.
200 do?en Ladies' felt hats, 10c each.
One Price Cash House.
THE BONETTA WR1T1M0 MACHIN
THE LATEST INVENTION OUT.
The llonetta W riting Machine is the most complete and must simple
writing machine out. It is so simple that most
ANY CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
Every merchant, every teacher and every school child should have
one. No family should be without one of these machines. It will
yrite sixty words a minute. We will send one of these machines com
plete to any address on the receipt of Sr.oo. Good for thirty davs only
at this price. Vgents wanted throughout the west.
THE PONETTA VRITING MACHINE CO.,
4 Market St., Chicago, III.
$1.00 per Day.
pi. ipi" I'll 1 iM Ww
S. FRAZIER, Proprietor,
Newly . Furnished Throughout;
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
NICE CLEAN BEDS.
Reopened for Business!
Better Than Ever!
Rates, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per Day,
NICE CLEAN ROOMS. BEST KCALG IN THE CITY.
MRS. D. BLUBAUGH Propriotross.
life is to make
$5. OO per Week.
AND CO Ol-.NTS,
IlKST MLALS IN THE CITY.
nr wmjUtKFAT.VMSttOXK -II
THE TARIFF BILL.
IT IS TO RE REPOnTED WITHIN
MID PASSED BEFORE CHSISTH&S.
At I.e.mt Tin I Is thn Hope ir thn Drill-
ocr.itle Munition nT tlu Vtijj iiml
.Menu L'ommlttrn Iron hiiiI Coal
m IIib l'reu List Mr. Itriiu'
Income Tux Mlirmo 1 !i J
Vasiii.voto.v, OjL If.. The Demo
emtio members of the ways and
moans enmmitt-e hope to lmvo the tar
iit bill reported within a moiitli and
to have It ppss tho house beforo tlio
Orca t secrecy h:s been cnjo.incd
upon all members v!m have tha'prep
arulion of tin tariff bill, becnuso wnoii
oneo it is state 1 tlint i. certain reduc
tion ha.i been nrmnged for, represent
atives are sent to Washington tourjjuo
beforo tho committee on the proposed
changes. Considerable, inteiest 1ms
been manifested in tho iron-producing
states as to what was to lu done with
it" jii ore, mid it looks vjrj much r.s if
iron ore would follow eoat into tho
Another ore that will probably bo
restored to tho free list is lead. 'Phis
lend ore is largely imported fotn
Mexico and is used for smelting.
One Kansas City concern has paid
about STOO.000 duty on lead
oie to imported hiiuo the Me
Kinley law went into effect
The smelters on the Southwestern
border have also nslted that
His duty be remitted. The mining
states, or some of them, will trv to
p event the restriction of free lead
ore, but It seems to liavo been de
Mr. llrynu of Nebraska, who Is a
member of the committee on ways
and means, advocates an income tax
to be made a pa it of the tariff bill.
If it is not incorporated ho will
iresent it to the house in some form.
e will rronose a tu on all incomes
abofe 83,52. t the rate 1 per cent; 2
per cent on TstWft "fpT cent on 810,
0 o; ft percont on SS.1,u00,"irHtVJ0 per
cent on .'.(), 0()0. His plan is to nure
the postmasters in towns of 10,000
population or less collect tho incomo
taes and In the largo cities a special
income tax collector to be appointed.
lOltKCAST or TIIK
llio McCrcirjr (liliu-io HIH
it VotS unit I'jii.
VAHiiimo., Oct. l Several im
portant m :ittor: figure In tho house
hiMseope of tho cumin; week. The
McCreary bill Co extend the provisions
of the (icary act for e'- months will
e;o to a vote this afternoon .it 3 o'clock,
nuil will undoubtedly pjss by 11 larjro
majority. The McCreary bill will bo
followed by th C'o bill to prevent
bank directors or otllclals fromdra.
Injr money out of institutions with
wliieli they are connected.
As soon as the nli ivo bills nre dis
posed of a special older will bo
brought in for the consideration of
the bankruptcy bill. Tho banking
and currency committee of the house,
during this week, will continue the
hearings that have been in progress
for two weeks.
On Wednesday the committee on
public land, will hear Ass'stant At
torney (leneral Hull, of the interior
department, on tho propose.l invest!
cation of the opening or the Cherokee
strip. He will state the reasons of
tho changes made in the strip, which
Delegate l'lynn Bald led to a great
deal of the trouble
The committee on elections will
hear tho arguments on the Wlialey
Cobb ton test from the Fifth Alabama
IM.AN Pllll ci.oiuni:.
A lrntieil Conitltutloiml Amendment
In II0I11 jj- I'rcp irpil.
Washington, O.-t id Ueprcsentn
tive Hall of Minnesota has been prepar
ing a constitutional amendment which
be will introduce, proposing a form of
cloture for both houso and senate.
It is his opinion the people would be
glad to amend the constitution so
a vote mlget be reached In either
house after a reasonable time The
import of his amendment will bs that
no sii-h measure shall pa s either
houso iinies-H a majority of each shall
yole in favor of it Mr, Hull would
request a roll call on qvory measures
that 1 asses, no matter how trivial tho
same, as required in the legislatures
pf many states. This amendment ho
does not think would pass at this ses
sion, but ho hones it may be the
ground-work of some substantial re
forms in legislation.
Tin: n::ri:w. ttu.u
t V1I1 Ac ilu Cuinminil Ilxclutlro At
tention nf Ilia Mill tie.
WAsiiixoiot, Out. 10. The Wilson
Voorhces repeal bill, or n Eub-titute
for it, will ngaln this week command
tin exclusive attention o' the senate,
but the indications now are that this
will be the last week tur the present
given to the subject in the senate.
If tho compromise does not encounter
unexpected obstacles, a substitute
Will Le prepared for introduction by
tho middle of tho week- It Is a part
of the program not to introdueo the
hill until ussuraiKO of suflljlcnt sup
port to seJur It pissage Is reeolved.
Consequently, when tho bill it once
presented in the senate, It will be gen
erally understood tat tho end 1 in
sight Thoro "111 be soma brief
Rneeehos in explanation If not In du.
fonse of tho measure und sqmo long
npeeches in opposition lo it-
'llio Obi Morr Ahnut tlia (Inn.
Toitka, Kan.. Oct in. Hoy Myeis,
agod S years, was khot In the head by
his brother, llort Myers, agod 17, yes
terday afternoon, uud is In a procarl
on condition- H?rt Myers was phiylng
with a revolver that ho did not know
Tho Presbyterian Synod has sus
tained tho finding of tho Cincinnati
l'resbvterv n thherisr easo of Hunrv
J Preserved Smith
r.lthtli Ainiiiit llriiirt of the tatr lloir.l
of Itnllroml CotiiniWslnnerii.
.Htrntsox Cm, Ma, (let !. The
eighth annual report of the state
board of railroad commissioners will
be ready for distribution in a feu
davs There are yet eleven counties.
in I lie state withoutiiiflioad facilities.
They arc: Cedar, Dallas, Douglas,
Hickory, Maries, Oa'rlc, lVmlfeot,
Perry, Sle, (lenevlevf, Stone and
The total mileage of railroads in
I ho state, iniludlnir double tiacks,
siding, etc., is given at 7,lM.t)5, and
the increase for the year at 180 31.
With the exception of 110 03 miles tho
intlrouds of the state an; standard
gauge Since the establishment of
thn commission in HT.1 the yearly
mileage increase, has been a fraction
less than MS miles.
Including terminal properties, build
ings and equipments. I lie commission
ims estimate the average mileage lost
of the niilroads at St"i,(eo pM- mile
and the total cost of the lailroads in
the state at the close of the year at
$2SS,S0,0()n The leports of the iail-
rinils, however. c.cced this estimate.
but they Include the funded debt and
bring tho cost per mile up to ffin, in.
The euirent liabilities of the loads
reporting at the e'oso of thejeir
amounted to SIH.TOO.'iSS. Mv com
panies ropni led earning less than
opetutlng expi'iises. Ten companies
paid dividends 1'ive operate inter
state lines. Tho earnings of the com
panies repenting give: Passenger de-
paitmcnt, 837.217,107; freight depart
meut.SIOU'.O.ail a total of snn,;i77.
0(,X The le.cipls of the companies i
not i (porting' are estimated at over
8". ',00,000 The numbnf of passengers I
enrried by the roads reporting is placed
... ...i. u.HH.ii.... . ..i i
nt ;i. 1,1 J.l, .'1 .'. nud the timnber of tons
of freight handled (exclusive of com
pany freight), ni),tU7,72S.
The ca".iinltles are given as follows:
I'eisons killed by tlie railways of Mis
souri. 1st and s'ii seriously Injured
Of the number of killed 71 were em
ployes. S p.l'.npngiM'i Olid ID'i (lllli'lf.
tlf the injured ,"(, were cmployea, luii
passengers and 'Jil'J otl tin.
INCREASED THt'' HOUnS.
I'mil TIhmh iii J till on 1'nrlllu simp Urn
Working I'lttl Time
Ojiiiii, Xeb , Oot. K,, I'nprccc
dentcd ns the situation is, t.OOO men
on the. Union Pacific feel that tlie ap
pointment of receivers for tho vast
s.yfctcin which extends south and west
iWfftK.'rt'mj Omiha, covering some
10.030 miles oftertit1r.'1 a"
mixed blessing, by MBp an order
issuevt br (leneralWfcgSWr Dickinson
Incrrasinir the hoiinKr Wor' 'or aH
sli p men th rteen hours ptjl week-
'Die men have been werHnR thirty-
live hours a weok InC lM0 fhops
throughout tho system, ncX'clng lu
the several reduction
the Rummer, but were
crease to forty etgiiC ho
effective this morning.
llii' .11 lln lliiililinj ,,r Smith yiiiknt.i
hl.il t'liliei.llr UrMroy
Vl I1MII I ION', S IX, Oct. IflLVlt'O
A Miim.in lliinc , liy thn I IiiuiiIm.
Tlhk vhoma, O.t . Oct, HI. Yester
day n voting lady about 10 years old.
lett home on account of cruel treat
ment from her puctitv Tliev brought
. . . . i
ner Dacu ami liel Her up by the l
thumbs. A man who was near by cut '
her down, when the girl', mother
picked up a hand-sp.lu. and stnuk
him over the head with it. knocking
him seiiholess for omo time. Slio
again tied her daughter up by tho
thumbs, Iml auothei man cut her
down The girl left. Officers have
gone to Clayton to investigate tho
Ingertiill u Itl-.Mrt ill nt.
Ixiiianai'oi.im, luil., Oct l(i Itobert
(J ingcrsoll in an interview here said:
"I am and always have been a bl
mctullbt. I want a currency that will
be good in any country of tho world
at any time, aud I want to see the
day when It can bo relied upon that,
however threatening the financial as
sped, there will always bo plenty of
money I am afraid that such n timo
is a long way off, however. I have
never been In favor ot tho Sherman
law, but I do not think it should bo
repealed until some better measure
can be substituted."
Kpiileinlc nf Sulrldrt.
ilocju i'oiit. Mo, Oft 10. An op!
deini. of suicide prevails in Cooper
eoiinty Three persons look their ow i
lives on Friday nnd Saturday, and
yesterday a fourth vvas added to the
list, when a Cerman named Sehagg,
at Overton, cut his throat, almost &cv
eriug bis head from his body.
A htriUo Orilureil.
.Maco.v. Mo , Oct. 10. A Hunlsvillo
delegation of striding miners visited
Ardmnre last night. A mans meeting
waa held and after several hours'
stormy session a strike for a rise from
fifty to sl.xty cents per ton w.ii or
dered llr)rrUilu Murilrr nml Snlrlilp.
.lOMIT. ill., Oot In.- Ciptaill W. C
(laic, a prominent resident of this
vty. ijtabbcd his, wife with a pair of
sheai-s, iu(Ueting twcqty wounds. Ilu
then committed suicide, mutliatllig
Ins ovvp body In a horrible manner
with the seUsors.
'.lr.', r-ltll Alllillii(ic.
OWaoo, OoL 1(1 - liir"ui! thn !
piulinn Sjtunlay, O.-tnlw II, ?,r.'l,70l
poopto p'liil to hoe tliii world'ii ftIr. U
.is lliu banner .v.iul i( llio oxpo'ltlon
til i fiir, mil fur t'NfeJin tlia nt-ti-iiiliiricui
for a like 1 I u a y fair
I'nli rilKlinniniii tVinli u l'l1t.
Nkw Yomt, Oi-t JiL-llubort I'ltz-
t.i:i):iionK.(h cliainpliiii iniMlirfliflit.
lias cliiiUonH-oil :my niidille weight in
llio worl.l Tlie (-hallcnger u?rio lo
irbeU or Mitehol i citUor of
wishes to wihiran fioio their
aWnlfen an in- I
nSSlbi' -eek, !
iiu.ii iMio.ng o. me state uuivreM- . from ,-airorl,t r telt.grap, communl-
b.irned Vcste'dav morning, cntnlUiiV calIolI lo ,.. Yesterday T. II.
a lots of $ 00,0)0, or more, wlthotlt . m . ... . , , ,
Insmauee. Th, o.ig.n of the fin ii 11?' " i , Pm y' 1
M,,i,,,,,,vn n,nd reported that his comrades had
l.. i...ti.ii .i. . . i . t I
THE SEMTK ROLES,
SOriE IMPORTANT CHANGES
OLD ABUSES TO BE CORRECTED.
Mi-Mr. (billlngcr, l.nlgr, Slmtnrt hikI
Dulpli OnVr SiigSPOIoix (MlitnlHlnil lu
I'm i en I III,- l(piellllnii nf StK'li
tiolli i Vrr ltiirrl In
llio SlHrr 1 ljlit l.nst
WiBitivoTON, OcU 18 Considering
that the members nf the senate did
not find their beds until 12 o'clock IM
dny night there was libentl attondnnco
when the vice rresident nipped for
Mi. Morn n took tho floor durlinr
the morning hour to make a personal
explanation lu reply to same Alnbiiim
newspaper critieisnis anil ileuvcroil a
facetious speech which hud the euet
of starting the senate oil' In good
humor with its-lf ami llu world
Notice was given of proposed
nnundments lo Ihe rules of the senate
Ily Mr. Lodge of Massachusetts,
that it shall not be in order for a sen
ator to read a speech, c ther written
or printed A so when tlu senate ve-
fuses lo excuse u senator from vntmir
mid he still declines to vote. In shrill
be counted as nresen for tlie mirniup
. , ,. r
of making a nuoru n
lly Mr. Stewart of Nevada That no
senator Interested In nny national
bank shall lote upon nnv (juestion af
fect Ing the coinage or issue of curl
leney by the government or through
the instrumentality of national banks
l!y Mr (i.illingei of New Hampshire
When a majority of tin senate stial
submit a request in willing tliroiigh
the eh tur that debate close on a bill
or resolution reported from a commit
tcesui.li paper shall be rcfened to the
committee on rules, whoso duty it
shall be within live days to report an
order naming r. day when a vote shall
be taken and action upon such reports
blnll bo ban without amendment.
A resolution offered by Mr. llolph
of Oregon leferring to the committee
on privileges and elections the ques
tion whether nbent senators may be
"compelled" to attend, was taken up
anil agreed to.
The senate by a vote of '.'S to 37 de
clined to e.xcuso Mr. Dubals of Idaho,
from voting. His name was tliereun.
, on called and he refused to answer.
( This ended tlie affair and the repeal
bill was taken up for consideration,
I M- ln. f V.......I l.l ! .. .
position to roneal
..... ..mil--, , ..iivuuu, sjii.-;iKlllj in op-
At (1 o'clock tho Senate adlourned
Mcmlirr nf ii lluml of Cnlnniillaiii
Trill n triiiKO Miiiy,
Uawmxs, Wyo., Oct 10. Klvo men
went September 29 to tho (ireasewood
country In Iloutt county, Col., far
it dl-appoared. Ho said that he first
puutcu out from canp with Donlhor.
Tfcey sepnrated and rot being nblo to
unci niiii. .uerriu returned to camp.
ThJ next morning Morrill and Hcy
noV? stnrted lu search of the missing
map. They took different trails and
.a..-u. : . .
PS " never imurnea tiunougli
JT l!U1- ,T1iu ,'Pxt ".v -Mack and
H" T"t,,,n "v"51!!? iU tW '..'"'
j"f tfn.-?avliijr Mei rill In camp 'ihey
have Tlot been seen since.
1 I'upulUt Mrtnrlei.
, Oct 10 Coventor
Lewelllngbollcvcs tho Populhts will
mnko a clapn sweep this fall of all the
counties Jn Kansas not regarded as
llepubllcanl Stronglnlds. He said,
"Wo will dipt the groat majority of
county oflloa nnd district judges. If
tlio election yvet Hem to-day. our suc
cess would b phenomenal, ami with
HVofrk wo have mapped
out for the im.'
wuntydnys, I believe
our vlcto-y wl
greater than we
k is not an off' year
now loolt for:
with the Peo
'aieii2rii IidfirMl In a WrccU.
Ci.i:vki..vi), OHJ. Oot 14. West
bound passenger trln No. 31 on the
Nlckle Plate road fa wrecked this
morning a short cttottmc west of Iluf
falo. J. ii. l.anon, lie Rr man, was
lrlllcd. It is report 'd lit '. several
passengers were terlljr in ired, but
the tcleirranh wires r In ch bad
I condition that tlie oflielkU of the road
here are unablo to obtm. Jtarticnlors,
UlOIIIIFll III Mulcu
ClTV OF Mkxico, Oct. l,HMtlllg
walerdams in the territory of T'ehu
eana caused the drowning of Hit least
twenty-four persons on severulWcUm
das. Santa Inez in the s ate of OxRoa
was Inundated nnd the town hVI wl
many other buildings swept n).
Thoro vvore similar disasters in tVhJr
An Ulrrlrlr. l'liuit l)otruyit,
STrinixo. ICan . Oct. 10. The tier
ling electric light plant was destroy
by llro this morning, leaving the cU,r
in total darkness The plant was th
the property of J II. llieksoekcr. Tu
loss Is about fcu.ooo with very H'.Uo lo
an ran co
Vutliliictuii Wltrul I.iiMci SiTerc.
Coi.iax, Wank.. Oct. 10 A oonserv
jltlve estimate of tho damage to the
wheat orop by tlio recont rulm. In the
I'alouso. I'oilutch nd Hangman ro
irlons placrs tho lu-s at S,000,(Vin
l'.r ut 'Itirklu, Mil
Sr. .1oki'h. Mo, Oct. 11 Flro at
Tarljlo hist nltfht ileslroycil n livery
Btnblo unil seventeen horses and four
blores, used nlcoii. ihvelllnjfs. Losses,
S8.000; liwurmi.e, i3,000.
Tho 1 1 ycar-okl son of a olergyman
at Mnntieotlo. Iowa, has confessed
that ho ma le frequent attempts to
burn hs father's house.
A bitter polltl nl campaign Is an
tlclpated as aresn't of the refusal of
the De,nocrals of Mabama tq W.
' with the Popu Ists
X c -write, ht.7 i, C- rd
for cli.Hil ho.u N.iw ,, Hi, tmir l.i .-. i III, m .mil 1 i riiiliini,i .(. , ik, Ii . I ki, re x . 1 S
(Ikliliiinianvi-iiufin Ilu plan- Til. i. .-.. I., a liirslin nl...i.i nlim xili,,l l.ooK. I ,
l.niran uiiiiit ami Okl.itioina l-ul tliri. imi'1 rni.ni tnr 11.. sii.n(,u f a ct. tt li it i..i In
M-ar in i.iliiirtitliiiit I'n.iu.-tioinl.U Hi, -uk- tti u lit l-t. -ar h, t an, I 1..,,k 1 1 arr
alavn In lie liail -it on- M..r. Nnnc nf nur lnutt ar Mill lr diuinl l.iikii.i' m . m r ihr ,
mml ami Yiniiii.' Miii-rii.i Is nurrr a ticitor lit. Willi a bi'tti-i sli.i,-i,ir a lo.r , i. t im
store than tlirx an-ct'licro Suili iliiral.lo, w.-II littitur anil liamlMnm- liu. . w..iil(!.r.i ran
.u a liiiflirr pnci 111 in we an ((T-miir Imt at intr liuurcH ti.ry art- iluuliH ho
S5&seza.so33.xaa.JLca.-t cc 3BEel'S3ola..
I IH M rsT "KI.AIIOVI A i:m I.
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
WAULa PAPRR AT GO ST,
Prescriplions Filied Day or Night. A. C, HIXON, Prop'r.
J&-TKLE1MIONK CONNEC'I ION.'a
-wiioi i sai i.rs ami
White, Yellow Pine,
Lath, Lime, Hair, Cement, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings,
Oifce and Yards, Cleveland Ave. and
Furniture, Queensware and Cutlery!
CHEAPEST PLACE OH EARTH.
I CAH SAVE YOU MONEY.
113 OKLAHOMA AVENUE. 113
CAPITAL CITY BOOK STORE,
A full line of Books. Stationary, News, Office and School
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOYLE, Proprietor.
,00K HERE I
I Am Here to Stay I
Ifyoiltir. want of the Celebrated Cincinnati Safe, Flro or ilurglar Proof
or llr k td Hurglar Proof;
If you iuv n want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, Koyul Xow
JIoiihj t a, 'ng Machine;
If you art in ant of Ilicycles and Trlvycles, such as tho celebrutrd Imperial
King ff - fliers, tho Fowler, tho Oriel, tho Phtonlx, tho Central, the
Warwu '. th Koad King, tho Telegram, tho Telephone, tho Courier, tho
Travele tlu .ev Mall and tho lloud Queen llleycles, at wholcsnlq anil
retail, cP.ue iet my prices, at 100 I Oklahoma ave., Guthrie, Ok. Ter
E. Ii. KNAUSS, Manager.
urTtiirits Ol -
of Every Description.
Guthrie, 0. T.