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GUTI1IIIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING,
THE SILVER DEBATE
TANGLED UP BY MR, DUBOIS.
Tlm I'lelit nnntlmiKcl on III
I. Inn Mr. VuorlmiM IIhI.I
III i hrn-
ntn luspllmr Until 10 O'rlnrli
J'ur 1 tru llnur llmliimH tt us
CloBRrit by riirlUingntii
Washington, 0;t 17. At 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon Mr Jones of Ne
vada tool: the lloor and pr icccded to
deal with the I unction of monev. lt
value, and how it wits regulated Mr. I
Jones occupied the Hoor until 3 o'clock '
and then, as he was not well, ho said
he would resume another time. Ho
was astonished that men credited with
Intelligence should have said the do
hate was simply a consumption of
time this was not true
At 3:4r he nslted the indulgence of
the senate and sa'd that in a day or
two ho would reply to what ho called
"the rather flippant statement of the
senator from New Jersey (Mr. Me
l'herson), concerning the cost of tho
production of silver"
Mr. McPherson cited as authority
certain l.ngllsh writers and the di
rectors of tho United States mint, and
inquired of Mr. Jones where ho could
find any better authority.
I will tell you," said Mr. Jones;
"the senator from Nevada, who is
now on the lloor and who Is not very
'.high authority either."
Mr. l'offer then took tho lloor.
Ir. Palmer of Illinois, got into a
'parliamentary squabble with Senators
ivylo and Alien. Mr. I'aluier was
coraplainiug of speeches made to con
sume time, and Mr. Kyle, regarding
it as an imputation upon senators,
asked him to bieclfy one speech as
having been made to consume time.
Mr. rainier replied promptly: "I
will answer by saying that I
believe the senator from Nebraka,"
this was as far as he got.
Mr Allen, of Nebr.iika, to whom he
reforrcd, called him to order
Mr. Palmer bald he would not take
Mr. Allen denied that his speech
was an effort to consume time and
added, "I um not herewith a brass
collar around my neck, as some sena
tors In this chamber are. I am not
here to do the bidding of some man
who puts a chain around my neck nnd
toll:, me what to do "
After some tail; on the point of or
der Mr. Cullmn suggested the matter
lo droppo I. To this Mr Teller ob
jected, baying that he was tlied of tho
incessant criticisms in tho press and
from other sources that tho opponents
of repeal were wasting time and char
acterizing their course as revolution
ary. Mr. Cullom's suggestion was then
adopted, the matter was dropped and
Mr. 1'elTcr resumed his speech
At 0 o'clock Mr. P.igh observed that
the senate had been in session several
hours and Mr. PefTer yielded to him,
lie moving that the senate adjourn.
Mr. Voor.iec expressed the hope
that the motion would be voted down
saying he would ask the senate to re
main in session until in o'clock, lly
a vote of 3'J to IS, the senate refused
Within the not thirty minutes the
attention of the chair was called
threo times to the fact that a quorum
of the senate was not in the chamber,
but on each roll call a quorum re
bpoudod. On the last call Mr Dolph
presented a point of order in the
shapo of a resolution to tho effect
that tho names of Senators Allan and
Kyle, who were present and not
voting, should be recorded for the
purpose of making a quorum. The
point of order was overruled.
On the call ot OHO the senate was
i. H.iu mc ncimiu iTua
um for a few minutes,
Mr. Voorhees asked
without a quoru
that the hergeanUat-arms should ru
quest thii presence of absentees. A
moment later two senators appeared
and Mr. Voorhees requested that
further proceedings under the call be
Mr. Dubolh called for tho ayes and
navtt On this roll call, when the
pairs had to be respected, no quorum
voted, but during a call of the senate
to disclose the presence of a quorum
when the pairs did not count, a quo
rum always appeared.
Thus for two hours the sonata was
rlogged. When Mr. Voorhoes found
the piedicament he was placed
ivcti an iiu
attempted to withdraw his motion. I J""; ol l"u ie " ' ' ""to
tipou whleh Mr. Dubois called for the motive Lngineors of tho I'nlon Pacific,
lives and nays, but this required nnan- I ll,e. "len cullei) . Pa.v .tla'ir resl"-ots
minus consent una mis Mr, lciier re
fused to give. Finally at 'MO n voting
quorum was obtained and Mr. PefTer
continued his speech.
At 10 o'clock Mr. PefTer, without
concluding Ills speech, yielded to Mr.
Voorhees, who asked that the senate
adjourn. Tho motion was agreed to.
CloteUnd C.lvei Yourhrei III 'ua
Hiilil Out AgVnit ComprouiUe.
W4H1UN0TO.V, Oct IT. The word
sent along the line of the silver forces
at 0 o'clock last night was to filibuster
nnd to require an absolute quorum at
nil times. The silver men had been
conferring during the afternoon.
Word had been given out that Senator
VMirhees would request tho senate to
f-lt into the night, und the information,
whether correct or not, was added that
lie would take this course upon the
.direct request of the president, made
Ihrough Secretary Carlisle. The pur-
roiis of filibustering was to shew the
utility of attempting further to force
A visit was made to Secretary
Carlisle by Senator Voorhees. The
two gentlemen exchanged vlaws upon
the situation und Carlislo urged Mr,
Voorhees to hold firm and keep his
forces In line. Ho expressed tho
opinion that by bo doing it would bs
b;st to secure the passage of the bill
JtutUTudcd, and suggested continuing
I the night (esslons Ii wus immediate.
I ly nfier till', visit that Mr. Voorhees
repaiied to the eapitol and nniioum-ed
I his intention of inking the senate to
'sit until 10 o"clock at night. Ap
pearances would justifv the statement
that tho administration lias tauen
another occasion to announce mid
emphasize Its opposition to nny devia
tion from the courso originally mapped
out, and its determination to have all
The attitude of tha repeal forces in
the senate was enough to convince tho
silver men something had happened.
The advocates of royal h.ul not at
the beginning of tho session shown a
more determined front The elToits
at compromise were kepi up in u
desultory wav and Senator Cockroll,
who has taken tho leal ns a compro
miser, continued his work in that di
rection Ho did not, however, make
material progress. Iloth the uuliiiil
Democratic nnd Uepublican lepenl
senatois asserted positively that the
compromise proposition would never
secure a vote sutliclent to insure its
Union I'mllU- t'untrol.
Washington, Oct 1
gan has reintroduced ills bill of last ses
sion providing for the control of the
Uulon Pacific nnd Central Pacific com
panies. The bill Increases the direc
tory of the two roads to fifteen mem
beis ench, live of whom are to lie
cliisett by the stockholders of the
ro.ids nnd the ro iiiiiuitig ten un
pointed bv tho president of the United
States. Tho directors ure not to own
stock in either company, and are to
receive of SIO.OOO each and traveling
expenses, to bo paid by tho railroad
To Itoturn .Mo nny to Sutllo .
WAill.Norov, Oct. IT Ucpreient
atlvc Fyan of Missouri, introduced u
bill to return money to settlers who
ha'd paid by mistake S-.50 for land
when the legal price Is about half that
amount It appears that some of the
lands In Missouri were disposed of in
this way and that the government has
the e.vtra lunds, but once getting pos
session of tho money there is but ono
way of getting it "hack, and that is
Adroratliig mi Income Tut.
Washington-, Oct. IT The sub
committee of ways and means and
interm! revenue yesterday heard
Thomas O Shearman of Naiv York on
the subject of an inco ne tax. Ho
would not have a tax on wages sal
aries or protlts arising from business,
but on the revenues from invested
wealth, rents, railroads, ti legraph,
te.ephone tinil corporation.
(;l!i!( Mill lie Coiillnn-.il.
Wasiumov, Oct IT. The senate
committee on pensions held a meeting
yesteiday an') it was unanimously
ngiced to report f ivor.ibly tho nomi
nation of ex-tiovernor Uiiek for pen
-tHtrhoo I Tor OUtuliein t.
Wasiiivotov, Oct. IT. Representa
tive riynu of Oklahoma Introduced in
tho house yesterday, a bill prov ding
for the udtuiss on of tho territory as a
statu in the union.
Antl- Iru.l Ottlirri.
fmcAOO, Oct IT 'llij meeting of
membcis of the Anti-Trust association
of the (.'tilted States wus held yester
day for the purpose of completing
organization, begun in June under a
call of (iovernor Nelson of .Minnesota.
The following ollicers were chosen:
President, Francis II Thurber, New
York; vice president, 1. Uosewuter,
Nebraska; treasurer, (intern Stewart,
Illinois. l.ecutlvc toinmittco: C A.
Hay, New York; Henry W. II air. New
Hampshire. J I. Chulefoux, Massa
chusetts; J. A Tawner, Minuesoti; I.
K. Whippte, Michigan; S. II. White,
Indiana; J. W. Ally, Kansas.
Commiltocsof formation and state
laws to break up trusts and combina
tions that Increase tho cost of pro
ducts to consumers were also ap
pointed Millie ('am n t v-ik-hlI.
JKrKKitso.NVii.i.K, Ind , Oct. IT. The
celebrated White Cap trial at Salem
closed yesterday. Judge Voyles gave
P.lijali Dalton, who stood by to see
his wife whipped and is believed to
nave paiu IO
have paid for it, live years In tho
Ills brother, .lames
ho held Mrs Dalton, and
Jlolbjyple, who whipped her, get each
ilvo years Holing, who was p esent,
but did not Interfere, gets three years,
and Harnett, who was present, but
was too drunk to help, gets two
years. Peyton, for turning state's
evidence, escapes. The public ap
pioves tho sentences.
(lot Utile biltUracllon.
Omaiu, Neb., Oct. IT S. II. H.
Clark and Oliver W. Mink, receivers
of the Union Pacific, and (icneral
Manager Dickinson esterd.iy received
I a call from the general board of ad-
. . . ... . , ., i , . ,
to tho new otllciuls and at the same
time talk over some matters of partic
ular interest to both sides. Hut tho
receivers were non committal as to tha
I future policy they would pursue re-
Taming trie wogo question.
Pled n .111.
LwitK.voK, Kan , Oct. IT, A ease of
poisoning from wood alcohol was de
veloped in this city yesterday. An un
known man giving his nunc as Hd
Knapp was run in by tho police Satur
day night on the charge of drunken
ner.s. Sunday ho was taken very sick
and confessed lohavingdrank a quan
tity of wood alcohol whl h ho ob
tained at a leading drug store Yes
terday at noon Knapp died in horrible
CinrAGo, Oct IT. Sweeping reduc
tions were yesterday made in passen
ger rules from Missouri river points
to points on the P.icillo coist Pho
$80 rouudtrip winter tour st rate was
reduced to tG5.S0, tickets sold ut these
rutcs to have fifteen days transit limit.
These rates will opply to all tho regu
Waller KtIIiirs Dead.
Sav Fuancisco, Oct IT Waller
Cy tinge, who has been playing with
(ho "Span of Life" company ut tho
California thoater, died here last night
of typhoid fever. Ho belonged to a
theatrical family, belnjr a relative of
THE STHAMEn WOCOKEN GOES
DOWN IN LAKE ERIE.
THIRTEEN OUT OF SIXTEEN LOST,
Cum! it In Snttmlay'4 Storm Ilrr
llutrlict (invn Hiiy Iio 1'lllril Ith
Wiitrriinit Unit IIiihii linn stir
tltnr Left tn ell th Tulo
of llio Wrecking of the
Pout Itowi.v. Ont., Oct IT. Tho
steamer Wocoken has gone down olT
Long Point, mid out of her crew of
sixteen people tnreo are raved and
'1 lie Wocoken lef Ashtabula on
Friday bound for Dulutli nnd carried
a cargo of 1.80J tons of eoal, consigned
to W 1. Sjott of Dulutli She went
first to Hrio, where she picked up her
consort, the schooner Joseph Paige.
Shortly after leaving l.rle she was
struck by the full force of the btorm,
and after trying to make head against
it for some time, Captain Meswnld de
cided to put about nnd run for Long
Point. The so i, which was running
very hl-,-h, was too much for the boat
ami she foundered not far from the
west end of hong Point
Tho boat might possibly hnve stood
the storm had not her li'.it dies given
away. They were washed off by tho
heavy seas, the water completely 'tilled
the boat and she went down Tho
Puige ran before the g.ile and Is now
In shelter off tho west shore of Long
Point with all her canvas gone nnd is
in a badly demoralized condition
The Wocoken was valued at i.'.fl.OJO
and owned by I'jptain John Mitchell
of Cleveland, who was on her when
she foundered. Iloth vessel and cargo
were fully insured.
many ri:oi'i.i: i.vii'iti:i.
' presullii:; 11 W I liroir u V.!ijh1i Train
1 rum tho Tr.irl.nt Xuuniikl, III.
Sr. Louis, Mo., 0-t IT Spreading
rails wrecked tho Wabash llanner
limited, due hero at 0 I ft from Chicago,
at Nameoki, 111 , about 0:10 p in., and
injured more or less seriously some
thirty world s fair oxcursionlsts.homc
ward bound The train was forty-live
minutes late and running at the rate of
fifty miles an hour, when a half ml'o
this b.de of Numeoki, the baggngo
car left the track, followed by the
buffet, two coaches and two sleepers,
all turning on their sides in the ditch
to tit- west of the track.
'1 h.. firit shook over, the uninjured
passengers bjgan, unaided, the work
of rescue, urged on by the blazing up
of the buffet ear, ignited by. tho cook
stove. Though this ear and the bag
gage car and one coach burned, all
those within were gotten out safely In
advance of the flames.
Ill.OU.V II' IIY DYNAMITIC.
l'liu I'cmiiim Killed, l'o Otlirri I'ntnllj
iiml lliree Seriously Injured.
Hminoton, III., Oct IT. Ily the pre
mature explosion of dynamite yester
day, five persons were killed nnd five
Injured, two of whom cannot live.
Wyllio Ilros. of Hiulngton, who nro
well diggers, had contracted with tho
city of lOmiugton to furnish n well.
Having gone down to a depth of .105
feet their drill broke nnil they were
nn.ible to go nny further, hence they
engaged Lyer "ilros to use dyna
mite to further their work.
A two-foot piece of one and n quar
ter Inch gas pipe was IllleJ w Ith dyn
amite They had tiLoJ tho tuba und
were capping It with solder when the
tub.; exploded The killed and injured
were thrown Q or fifty feet by the
shock They were dead and mangled
so badly that Identification was almost
o.m: i.i:rr to tki.i. the tai.ii
Clurllo the. Only One of the Illch-
moiid's CrfiT silted.
Dl'.suiiik, N, V., Oct IT Ono sailor
of the ill-lated steamor, Dean lttch
inond, survives to tell the story of the
disaster. Ills nntne Is C. L Clarke.
He came ashore near Slier Creek Sun
day morning, and yesterday came
down to the beach here in search of
his dog, which he had tied in tho yawl
hist before the vessel sank. He wus
haggard and wan, and his eyes told
the tn'e of terriblo suffering.
Ten bodies have been recovered,
three of them being as yet unidenti
fied. All of the ten wore preservers.
A medical examination shows most of
the victims were drowned before they
were thrown upon the rocks along the
Tudlte rum out l)rqirne.
Si. Johns N F., Oct IT. The bark
Martin Luther was wrecked in the
Narrow h last night. Two of the crew
of fourteen were drnvnol. The rest
were rescued with difficulty.
Horrlhle Crime Committed.
C.uino, I. T , Oct. IT A drummer
came In on the train Inst night and
brought the news of a horrible crime
committed in tho northern part of thu
Choctaw nntbn. A wltite inun had
atto nptcd to assault u Miiull 10-year-old
girl and hud inutllnted hev in a
terrible shape. He was under urrest
and bttlng conveyed to the lnited
States court ut South MeAleter.
Neither his nor the girl's name could
Sinw.iA, Mo.. Oct. IT. Tho en
gineers who run on the Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas railway out of Sednlia
and those upon tho Missouri, Kunsas
nnd F.ustern organized jestcrdaya
division of tho Hrotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers. Tho new division
wiil be No. 51T, and starts out with
forty-seven members, Tho chief offi
cers mo N. McDonald ihlcf engineer:
P- M Hctts, first engineer and 0 N
Costin secon I engineer.
Otuorno for Conreti.
Tor-KUA, Kan., Oct 17. Th-s Popn
lists in the Sixth district nro boomrij
Secretary of State Osborne for con
t'nlrn UN Itmlth Imiirmri He
Mrp llimn In the Sprlnc-
Toi'iks, inn, Oct IT. It was
stated Bolt time ngo-thnt Judge V O.
l'oster ot the I'nlted Stales district
court, contemplated u trip South for
his health. The report wns confirmed
yesterday by ttn intimate friend of
Judge Foster, who says ho will leave
for Flortda as soon us hocan get awny
from Ills court duties.
It Is also stated on good authority
that unlesi Judge Foster regains his
health by spring he will resign. There
Is u story to tho effect that Judge
Foster's tv pnatlou, if tendered, w ill
be on conditr )ti that President Cleve
land appoints W. C Perry as his suc
A Cliortur Killing.
C.vnno. Ind. Ter , Oct IT. While
two white men named Fisher and
Hurley were on their way home from
town yesterday they were ovi-rtaken
by three drunken " Choctaw s who
opened fire on them, one bill passing
through Hurley's hend, killing him
instantly Fisher wns seriously
wounded, but wus nble to drive the
wagon home and convey the dend
body of Ills u-mpaulon. Ollicers are
after the assassins.
A Woiiuiii Tlrrd of I, It lug.
Wkst Pi.ms, Mo. Oct IT Mrs.
Jack Fisher committed suicide in i
Shannon county a few days ago, the I
news of which has just reaehed here, i
She used a revolver and lived but a
short time nfter pulling the trigger.
She Informed her friends that she had
become tired of life and would givo
no other excuse for ending iter life.
She was raised In Dent county and
was about 2il year old. She had sep
arated from her husband and was
leading a dissolute life.
St. Clair County ,1ml gen.
Juffkiikov Cm, Mo., Oct IT. Tho
habeas cornus nro-'ccdlnc instituted
in behalf of the judges of the St Clair
comity court, who aro imprisoned In
the Jackson county jail by order of
Judge Phillips of tho I'nlted States
court, hus been set for hearing by tho
supreme court for November 7. The
matter of jurisdiction will then be de
termined and all tho lur'ges will sit in
I Ire ut Tonettn.
Toi'ilKA, luin., Oct, IT Firo broke
out in Trades Assembly halt In tho
Forbes- Kttinger block, ndjolning
Crawford's opcia house, yesterday
afternoon. The losses by lire anil
smoke and to tho building will ag
gregate 8T.000. The heaviest loss is
65,009aii the Ettinger clothing stock
The origin of the fire is unknown.
(ood Thing for the l.mvjerl.
Oklviiomi, Ok, Oct IT District
court opened here yesterday with
1,890 cases; P9T civil, -. territorial
and 2IJ United Stutoi civil on tho
docket Henry W. Scott, tho newly
nprotnto.l judge. Is on tho bench nnd
pushing the docket rapidly. There is j
a large amount of work" before the
1 Irn llrlrk Work Cloteil.
Mksico, Mo, Oct 17. Mexico flro
brick work's shut down yc3terd'iy on
account of thestilngency in thi money
mark t. A large nil nber of workmen
are thrown out of employment. The
works were closed all summer, but re
sumed about a in itith ago, und tho
present shut down, it Is thought, will
continue till spring.
Mill lie MiHU-ivd (Int.
Tot'KK.v, Kan., Oct IT. In the
Shawnee county circuit court yester-
ilVhidgo Johnston declined to grant
the wrjt of injunction lo I event t lie
governor nnd his adjutant general
fio u mustering the Oakland military
company out of the service of the
The Mltrht-ll-CorliHt right.
St. Lnrm, Mo, Oct. IT Twenty
five hundred dollars were received
hero fro-n New Y vesterdny morn
ing to cover Si dieted to havj
been offered bv 'K " Allen as a wager
that Mitchell will whip Cjrbett In the
linn Ovt-r nnd Kll
Honrov. Kan , Oct
Sehwiirz, the 18-year-old
Mrs Elizabeth Tiituin died utOark
Mo., aged lOl.teuis.
Near Fargo, Ontario, William Dudgr
un Indian 30 tears old uttacked hi
wife with a hugo kulfe, hacked her al
most to death and then put a bullet
into h s own brain
(leorge (loulil, In discussing the ap
polntmetitof receivers for the I'liion
Pacific, says It Is best for all con
ccrned. Heoeivers for the Missouri
Pacific have at no time been cnntoin
pluUd. Chancellor Von Caprivi has ordered
tint Maximilian Harden, editor of the
Hismarckiau periodical, D e .ukunft,
bo prosecute I for ub'ishing an
ollensive article, entitled "(upiiw'K
Tho comnrssloner of the general
land office stat -d that there wi uld
assuredly bo no change of the town
sites in Oklahoma lie e.oect Him
In a fow dutb ttio railroad coinpaulei
w ill establish btations ut the govern
ment 1 1 wns.
Thu fouith annual convention of
thu Young People's Christian Fnin.
of the Fill verbalists ihuruh utut u
Washington. The riddles of weluoini
was delivered by Arnol I S Yantis
and was responded to by J. 'I homu
Mo re, of IMilludelidiiii
Tho b'ramer City of Nw York i
rived at 'Friseo from H.injf Iv u.
biiugs a Ivioes of a teuild in h'v
ut lunkuuu ford on the Y How liv. i
in tho piovlnce of S ou -i Tim
ferryboats wore sve,,,t awav by u !1 j i
and ion ptssunera drowned
A deal h is jut b'en eo'idul i i
New Yor.s by which the Kli i
trie lighi e i.p.tn.v of St L u.
cbnrbed tile i.ther e e Irw if it ' i
lames of Hint eit.. b t'l ir a i i i
candescent Tins h. ii r a i n
trie light co'iipnn'c j f ' L'i i
JUDGE FOSTER TO
prominent family of th s city, wns run i l'""c', ,ia , ,- , . .
over nnd killed while attempting to Mr. l'offer of Kansasmovod to strike
board a Hock Island freight train. OMt to "on) "ma e ' so as to!ullow
lloth legs were severed. women to tote. 1 his was reject o 1,
nots, 10; yeas, t, Tho arllrmutlvo
MRS. MARY E, LEASE
JOHNS OF KANSAS.
THEY DO HOT LOVE EACH OTHER,
llm lrrldi'nt or the Kqiml SnflniKfi A-
Mirliillnii rcii4rd of t'lng the .Nninn
oT Mr. I.o ic Without Authority
to llniw ii iriiud lo Her
Jl Ptlng- 1 he CniiHn In
lliiiCiT oT Itnln.
Tm-KH , Kan., Oct. 17 The women
of Kansas, who nro making the
cTuiiKiitfti for tlie right to vote nt nil
elections, nro not working together In
peace, love and unity. Dissension
and jealousy have arisen nnd there is
n prospect of a division on party lines
Tho trouble began w it'i Mrs Laura
M Johns and Mrs Mary 11 Lease,
but it soon spread to the rank and
file, and now all aie at daggers
drawn, nnd the cause of the fall sex
is in immediate danger of collapse,
complete and it ictrievable.
Set oral months ago Mrs. Lease de
clined that she would not address any
meeting under the nuspices of the
Hqu.il Sufi rage association, of which
Mrs Johns Is president, claiming that
Mrs Johns used her name for the sole
purpose of drawing u crowd so that
she (Mrs Johns) iui',ht get a little
glory out of it Mrs Johns advertised
Mis. Lease for the Kansas City, Kan ,
meeting Mrs Lease did not nppenr
whereupon Mrs Johns nddiessed her
n letter expressing her hoi row nnd
say.ng Mrs Lease ought to have sent
u telegram or n letter of explanation
I "l ,t,us'
October fi Mis. Lease wrote to Mrs.
Johns that the latter knew very we'l
that she had uollfie I tho Equal
Suflrage association that she would
not speak ut Its meetings. Then she
administered a rebuke us follows:
And ton luvn tho oouraio to curry nut tour
diililli fit dvocprmnlnil surprise ami dliniav
ill mv iionnrrt.il 1 um iiitiizcd tn find ,i
wo i mm ulrtudt rnnortliw lo tlio corrupt nnd
dlHM'putjblu im-lhodi ot mile polHUUtiM thus
ilpjimln us ot oui Mro n ur ument for Mm
li,illot In tlii hinds of h onion ilz tint
women will tiurlfi pollltts 1 lmtp scrted no
Uc-e on the l.mml Sunnisie iHnoct'ltton of Kim
su twice pulillelt and now personally to vou
that ton must not u-.e the n.une of Mnry K
l.pise todnw- journiAllenco without authority
fro n in i
You olTor me t'5to nllt'iid nnd speak nt the
llollon iiuelin My ilr ir ulster nlutdojou
mean1' Is It possllile that yo I hive womrn In
tour work who me merrvn iry eno mil lo
iliutireor lake monev (or itullrii a urccches,
ttnrkliw (or l!uiniclt..s I haio netcr
tot ucccptirt a tent (or u sultrano
upeecli My expenses luito never b en
paid and I hate of I on paid the ox
pciisi s o( others ns .it our Knterprlso nieettn r
Following this, Mrs Lenso Invited
Mrs. Johns nnd her Kopublicnn friends
Into tho Populist part, referring to
tho equal suffrage association ns "n
little ono-hoisu Mtft'rago cart engaged
in n futile cll'oi t to make people be
lieve we aro non-partisan"
Mrs. Lease thanked Mrs. Johns for
admitting that she (Mrs Lease) was
responsible for woman suffrago in tho
Populist's platform mid claimed In ad
dition that bhe was responsible for its
being put In the Uouhlican nlntform,
as tho action of tho Populists forced
thu Republicans to tako a UUo
stund. "Whsti your non-partisan
liorso U fugged out," sho closed,
'and your cart becomes uncomforta
ble, stop at the station of 'political
repentance,' and as our car sweeps by
we will take you on board and con
tinue our journey to the Inud of 'nn-
i tlonal prosperity
w lie re Injury to one
shall bo tho concern of all.'
The letter e'oscd with: "Love
best wishes to Ilrother Johns."
Only Mno Votes In Ihe l-euate to r.lve
hrroltee Strip Women llnlloU.
Wahiiinotov, Oct. IT. When tho
senate met yesterday the house
joint rcso utton living tho qualifica
tion for voters and office-holders In
the Cherokee outlet was taken up and
after it had been explained by Mr.
Faulkner, chairman of the territories
coinmlttoo, un amendment proposed
by Mr Hoar of Massachusetts was
ngrecd to. restricting the right to vote
and to hold otllcc t? cltUcns of the
, votoa tyero cnKt ly Messrs, Allison,
Cnrey, Oolph, l-'rye, I J.illitiyer, Hoar,
Kyle, I'cJTer nnil Teller.
Mr. l'unUnipr moved to strihe out
that portion of the resolution to
which Mr Hoar's amendment had
li.-en iittneheJ and thus nmended the
rosnlntlon was passed. It proposos
t lint all male citizens of tlio I'nited
States itLovo tho age of at yenr, tvlio
(ire nalnnl roslilfnts of tho strip
October 21, 1HU3, and hnro been for
thiity dny prior, shall he entitled to
vote and to h Id oftleo ut tlio ilrst
nunlclr nl elections held in the strip
for the organization of cltv. villuire
nnd tottn governments.
MORE TIME FOR CHINESE.
Tho McCreury Hill ttltli lu (iourx
AliiiililllsliU l'H,iea the House,
Wasiunotom, tc 17, Uebato on
tho McCroar bill to extend the pro
tislonsof the (ieary Chinese exclusion
net kix months, tt as eiticluiled in the
liouso to-dav, Mr lllnlr of Xetv Hump
hhire, tho tv.is nominated to tne
Clili.iuc m'hnlon by Mr. Harrison, but
whose ueiiuater was not ffrantel by
tlio Chinese governinent on account of
his hostile e.prosston toward the Chl
iioro ttheu the exclusion net ttas
passed In i9. liiht taking the lloor In
fuvor of tho bill. hllo ho did not
think tho MeCriary hill ull embracing
In substance, it eoveied the policy
noon which the government had ca
tered with refereiu-o to tho Chinese.
At the close of tho debate tho bdl
ttas pa&8v(l b a voto oMb7 to !.
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bars, 11 U, South Seeoud street, oppo
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j Co and see that tine display of fruits
at lM's bakery, H'J Harrison avenue.
T ndtes spe thnt elegant new line of
& 4t.(i 4y 4 i
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