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UUTHRTE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY MORNING, DI-XMCMHER 12. 1893.
$125 OKGAN GIVEN AWAY !
MURRAY & WILLIAMS
AGAIN THE BOMB.
HURLED INTO THE FRENCH
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.
And get ii chance o.. an clccaiit 512"' Organ,
GIVEN AWAY NEW YEAR'S
Wo give one chance with every dollar's worth of Rood purcnascu ll(, our store.
We lnie the finest lliii' of
In Oklahoma, and at pi-ires' to "lilt
imrrhiiM'i-. Ciii' us a trial ami ho
v . Y$&i-
T. fl ?i i J ...
IT IS THROWN FROM A GALLERY.
A Deputy nil Meimtneer Filthily Hart
Rillt Manx Otlicri barlumly Wnnmleil
Tim MWcrrnnt n French An-
nrchlit linnirillntrly Cap-
ttiretl hy tlio 1'ullra In-
Cornur First SI, and Oklahoma Ave- Next to Guthrie National Bank.
THOSE FIRE HORSES.
THEY WILL DE INSTALLED ONCE
MORE IN THEIR OLD HOMES.
COUNCIL COMES TO A WISE DECISION
Wrj Terse Letter ItereUril I'rom limit
nnicAiliUiir (Il.irliHon IIi-kui-iHiii;
Kiitf-sol I'lre liMiiriuirt)
Chief Tujhir' s
lion towards paying fr the animals
Tlio ooun lltnen .ire right There is
no economy in a hum lire department
A reduction of Insurance rates means
a saving of over 11 fly thousand dollars
a year to merchants, and the city can
ill-uiTord t. jeopardize its interests by
A YOUNG GIRL'S DILEMMA.
The action of the city council at its
last mooting in discontinuing the horse
service-in the eentrul lire department
did not meot with approval trom lo al
insurance agents, who were expecting
a reduction of insurance rates for
liuthrle. Advisor llarkson ha' prom
ised that tho flio rales would be re
duced, providing th '.t the horses wore
kept on and the department retained
at it.s standard. The hasty net of the
bolons i anted the insurance accnts to
write Clarltson and the following
letter was rcce veil in answer:
Kansas Advisor) Kate, Ihii and Insur
ance inioiiuaiiiiii uiueaii. ropeua,
Kansas. December It. 1 -:.
W. M. Ition-on, l'q., hcereturj, Hoard
of Uiidorwilli i. (iiuhrie, (). T. Dear
Sir: Iain Jimt uiLisedby reliable au
thority that ) our cu council has discoii
llned the u-o of the two holies In the cen
tral lire department, which was part of
the equipment on which I based my rates
I suppjsed the liumis were pennanont Ii
tuie to make (juthrle as near a possible
with the Olvlahonia department.
1 cannot alloid to be placad In the
"uwkwiud squiul" befoie the lu-uraiicii
companies In that way. The water tost
was not up to the standard, as all who
saw It confessed, but I thought thai was
a blunder that would not be lepeand,
and so made the leduced rate.
-'I'hoiuli much ileiuwM, I i' Mil the last
pugeul ploot lust infill and am ilomUcil
ei.oiiKh copies lo mall to tho companion
and agents tn-ulKlit, bill in view of lln
leporied action of jour council 1 shall
hold the lutes until 1 am tully advl-cd by
jour mayor that at least iwo good lioix
will be Ueii in the central department,
mid all other force and appliances equal
or ceii better than when 1 made the In
spection will be kept up
The ilciiurtnieiil must lie kent mi to the
stnndaid for the future, or 1 will recom
mend a tetuin t the lormer rates.
The next time I am in Utithrio 1 shall
expect to bae another tet of jour water
pumps until hope ion will tie able to
make a lieiter show Ing ilmn w lieu I wu
ut your pluce.
l'lease call a meeting of your local
boalil and tend this letter ami then go lo
your mayor or chief of tire department
and show same to them.
Kates w III not he niftllml until I have an
answer that Is .satisfactory.
Upon trie receipt of this letter Agent
Itronson and Chief Taylor called on
Mayor AloKllIlnney and seveial mem
bers of the council. An informal dis
cussion was held last evening and tho
mayor instru ted the chief to plnco
the horses ou d'ttv once more. Al its
next meeting the conned will taken
She l I'munl uiiilcrhii; Ahout the t'.riat
An extremely isad case has couin to
tight in the Cherokee strip. Miss.losie
Jenkins, whose father litis a claim up
in tho strip, has been wandering about
Terry and Stillwater in a demented
condition She was taken up Tuesday
afternoon and two ladies appointed to
are for her, iintil the insane board
i could look uf'er her. She uume from
Missouri and says she is going back
there lo bo married on Christmas. Her
Ilaneee is said to be Charles Horn, of
litiynor City, Mo iSllher lie is fooling
with her or else is as badly demented
us she is. The girl's father lives about
nine miles nnrlhcnst of Stillwater, anil
says ho is too poor to caro properly for
her. So she will probably be sent to
the Jucksotnlllc, Illinois, insane asy
lum, where she can be properly eared
for. What is the cause of her trouble
is unknown yet, but two theories are
advanced. One is that she U the vic
tim of some man's lust, and a drug has
been administered to her; the other
thai her trouble is liereditnry in its
nature. It is hard to say which is
Scleral CoupliH United by I'rolnile .lutlcr
l'robate .Indgo Lawrence was called
upon to smile his sweetest Saturday
and yesterday. The judge, always
equal to the occasion, solemnized the
l'liilip V. Weasel and Mrs. Orvilln
Weasel, both of Canadian county.
Albert Stephens and Kate DeSVitt,
Oak View township
Norris Thelan and Mrs. Minnie
Ci.vcl, Marshall township.
Li ensos were grained to: .lames K.
llolcomb and Unrlt K. lilac!;, Chey
vuiie; Samuel l'uuuett uud Miss Annie
I'Ait'ls, Dec. 11 In the midst of the
session of the chamber of deputies Sat
urday afternoon but nt n time
when tho proceedings were not inter
esting nnd tho lloor and galleries were
not so crowded as usual, though there
was a fair attendance, nn Anarchist,
who had becured admission to the
right gallerv, threw a bomb down
into tho midst of the assembled .depu
ties. Thj deadly missile exploded with a
loud report, scattering pieces of iron
and leaden slugs in every direction.
Socialist Deputy Lo Meyers do Vill
iers and a messenger, ho were dose to
the spot' were fatally mangled.
M llurton Tralbiu, a newspaper
man, who was on the lloor of tho
chamber, was badlv wounded in the
forehead, and several deputies were
wounded, among them M. Dumas,
deputy from Allien
Tho president al the chamber of
deputies, Mr. Dupu.v, behaved with
the most admirable coolness and cmtr
ago and did everything possible to
restore order nnd to reveni a spread
of the panic which seized upon every
body pieseut when the explosion took
When quiet was soinewhatrestored,
it was discovered that nobody was
killed outright and M. Dupuy rung
the bell of tho president of the cham
ber calling tho deputies to resumo
their seats. About one-third of tho
number of deputies present at the
tlino of the explosion obeyed
the summons and when they
were seated M Dupuy rose
and said us canity as if nothing hnd
happened: ' Such attempts should
not disconcert the chamber. I invite
you to continue your discussions with
calmness, where the order nf the day
has been dealt with The proper of
ficials will do their duly." Loud
and prolonged cheers.
In the midst of indescribable com
motion, the discussion of the verifica
tion of the deputies was resumed.
As the discussion was resumed the
frightened spectators gradually re
sumed their plnees in the galleries.
Soon nfter Premier Casiniir-I'erier
mounted the tribune and congratulat
ed the chamber of deputies upon hav
ing adopted the-advico of M. Dupuy,
adding: "The chamber had done its
duty and the government will do the
sume." Loud cheering J
The explosion occurred the moment
the bomb left the Anarch st's hand,
which explains tho number of people
wounded in the gallery. Had the
bomb fallen among the deputies a
number of them would have been
A number of strangers nnd journal
allsts, all more or less wounded, were
picked up even ou tho second floor.
Scattered about tho chamber were
pieces of iron lartrer, but of tho same
shape as uailheads.
BY WAY OF NEW
THti YOK I
Therefore Tin He l'i upie Want
Mrs. Carrie M. Young, of this city,
was yesterday granted n divorce in the
probate court from her husband, Oliver
A, Young, who now resides In Minne
apolis. Cruelty and desertion wore
the grounds for the action.
Mrs. llertha Johnson alleges that
the conduct' of her husband, L. It.
Johnson, is iruel and, heartless, ami
she has tiled a petition in the probate
court for a divorce decree.
Mrs. Annie liulllugton wants a di
vorce from her husband, alleging that
ho has neglected his marital duties.
Kteryllihiff IT Quirt at Honolulu
tu Ntiwnihrr 24.
Auckland. Now Zealand, Dec. 11
The steamer Mor.owni bus arrived,
leaving Honolulu November 2 1. All
was quiet, but the news that Presi
dent Cleveland intended to restore the
queen wus discussed by excited knots
of peonlc on the streets uud generally
A rumor was published In the papers
that the queen was not wilting to
accept a restoration unless assured of
tho armed support of the United
1 lie f apcr which is regarded us the
organ of the provisional govern neut,
the Hawaiian (la ette, said November
34: "In the meantime the monarch
is not restored and will not be useless
by the armed forces of the United
Slates, whoso forces must then con
tinue to support the ex-queen There
may bo small differences in the ranks
of the party of reform, but we ure to
duy more united and deter uined on
the main issue than ever. As sure us
there is un eternal justice overruling
tho uifairs of men so surely will the
gross outrago proposed to be done to
Hawaii full of its purpose."
Tlio Kx-lltiPPii Jihm I'liilrr
thm r Ihp I'riiiUliiiiil tloYiirnniout.
Iliivm.fi f. Nov '.. I'm "ltvHKitx
TtM W. O IttwiN Since the advices
bv the nrliooner Transit, which sailed
threo days ago, tin e-queeii his ,ip
plied to the provisional gove innent
for protection, elnitning that she f, ars
violeti"o from foreign reiidenis. I he
government at otieo grunted her re
quest, and a detail of six K!ici u cu
nt once ordered by the marshal. Thoy
are now guarding Washington 1'lacc,
three watches of two men each.
In tin interview with Attorney (Ifii
oral Smith, it was learned that the
government tloes not anticipate any
present political disturbance or tiny
trouble of any kind until the Initod
States is heard on the "contiiigoncy"
mentioned bv Minister Wil is. Then
the attorney general sultl trouble was
not anticipated uiiiessaduteriniuat ou
hnd been reached to rostore the ex
queen, which could not at present be
The political strain continues to bo '
very great The provisional govern- ,
niont undoubtedly commands thu sit- .
nation and the marshal has mutters '
so arranged that It would be impossi
ble for an attack to be innde upon the
executive building without half an
hour's no lee to the government's
forces. O o prominent gen leinan re
ports Minister Willis us suvmg when
ho got ready to net us executive olllcer
of the United States there would
be but two persons in Hawaii notified,
viz : Tho head of thu provisional I
government and tlio head of tho
former government The theory of
the restoration has caused considera
ble anxiet.- in government circles as
such a denouement would cause im
mediate trouble. It Is learned, lifter
careful Inquiry, that one line of
olilcial investigation has developed
the fact that tho e.-queen
shortly expects the return of ex-Princess
Ktiluluui to Honolulu from Eng
land. It Is a i so ihought th it Mr.
Theodore II. Davis comes as her
fiolitical agent to ell'ect a compromise
n ease tho United Mutes finds It im
practicable o.' impossible to restore
thccjk-quccu bhoitl I such bo the In
tent The theorv is ndvnneed that should
President Cleveland bo iljtoriuined
upon tho restoration of tho monarch ,
the princess will be present to rep
resent the former government, should
not the ex-queen bo avnihib.e It Is
said, in such event, uu implication
will be made by the ox-qtui'ii for a
life pension from the United States.
It is said lCatuluui would iipoeulto
(rent ltritaiu in ease of trouble If she
secures the throne.
II. 11. M. cruiser Champion arrived
to-day from ltrltlsh Columbia, sixtuen
davs out Since the arrival of thu
Hritish cruiser Champion a rumor has
been set alloat from' native sources
that in case of restoration the ox-
queen or ex-prinuoss, whichever it
may bo, will appiy to (Ireat Britain
for the futuro protection of tho m m
nrchy. At first the roportwns treated
as unimportant, but inquiry shows
that prominent rovulists, politicians
and leaders claim to bo directly in
for ned tint siteii will bo tho future
policy of tho monarchy if the United
States can be prevailed upon to adopt
tho policy of restoration.
Th; Mnhlruu Orilcrcil tn Honolulu.
Maul Island, Vallimo, Cal , Dec
11. It is reliably ascertained that
orders wore rocoivod at Mare Island
n vy yard yesterday that the warship
Mohican sail for Houo tilu December
IS, and replace the llagship Phila
delphia A Xnti-Uiihitt Man I'oIhoupiI.
WlLKLHIlAllUK, P.l.,- Dec II. W. O.
(liierly, a non-union telegraph opera
tor, who was taken to the hospital
yesterday, died last night, after suil'er
icg witli all the symptoms of arsenical
Ml IDEAL ANARCHIST
THE PARIS IIOMIJ TIIHOWRH
llhWH ut I'aniilnn, Ark.
Camdl.v, Ark., Doe. 10. Kiru hero
yesterday morning destroyed th
Kliiot block, comprising six stores
Total loss 550. 000.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
iG'JOTIN his damdly work,
He sv) n nhel tu IX it n llloir nt
the Institution uf the i'tiuulry by
Aluilui; thu I lea illy ,MIile .it
.M. Ilupti), t'reshleut r th P.
t'hiimlidr scar! u linn-
ilreil Person tnjiireil.
Wasiiisoton, Dm 11. The major
ity report of tho civil service oonf
mission for tho present your is u
voluminous document of about 1.1.000
words as lonir as the president's
message. Tho portion of special In
tetosl is that bearing on the extenslou
of the clussllled service to free delivery
posiofticos by order of President Har
rison January :, Is'U. It is from this
portion the minority report bv Com
missioner Johnston dissented, causing
Ids removnl by President Cleveland.
The minority report Miys of this
extension: "This act brought into
tlio clussllled service .IS I olllccs, and
since its promulgation tlio free
delivery tervlee has been extended to
nine other olllees, tints making the
total number of elnssilied postoHlees
at this time 0,110, including lifty
threo elnssilied prior to Ihisextention."
Comment on and comparison with
the civil service in other countries, as
hhowii by consular icports, is made,
viz: "In the classilled service, taken
as a whole, the methods of the United
States do not materially tlilVer from
those of Colombia, and th y do not
Oilier rudicully from those of Turkey,
and they are so utterly Indefensive
from the standpoint of decency and
morality that It is dillicult for a man
of ordinary intelligence, who wishes
well to his country, to discuss argu
ments advanced In their f.tvor with
anything like tolerance
"A above pointed out the logical
result of the spoils system is the
method obtaining in Morocco, where
the man pays for his appointment and
uses il as u'menns for making money.
'1 his is precisely what is done in e.
tr mo cases In the spoils system here.
Two year- ago, for inslnu e. the com
mission found in the course of an in
vesiiiratlon Into one branch of the un
classified service in Washington, that
in some cases It still was the custom
for men who had InilueiK'e in some of
the olllees to sell their Inllueiico nnd
procure appointment upon the receipt
of money, the appointees, of course,
seeking to reimburse themselves so fur
us praut cablo from the general pub
lic." Tho latter part of the report con
sists of abstracts of consular letters
received in answer lo a circular snt
out bv the state department asking
for Information upon the subject of
"Hours of labor of government cm
nloves in other countries.' The let
ters from consuls are exhaustive upon
thm point and the report closes with
ii statement showing that the number
of persons connected with the civil
service in the United States Is about
t'00,000, and giving in detail the regu
lations governing hours of labor,
compensation, promotions, etc.
Tho minority report of Commissioner
Johnston is in part us follow s: "To
tho President Sir: I regret to with-
' hold my approval from a part of tho
annual report submitted by my col
leagues, and especially so as 1 felt
conmolled to enter a dissent to their
la t report
, "As my colleagues know, I can not
i give sanction to tli.it portion of the
u. ...1.1..I. 1. ,1... ..fl.Kiel.u,
ri-llOri. IVIIIUII CllllllllUlUl.S II4C UAlViniwil
if tlio ilassilled service ordered
January 5, If OS. to include tho free
Uellvory postolllces. I objected to this
extension at the titno it was proposed.
After the order was issued and 11 be
came the law I endeavored, as In duty
bound, to enforce it; but my opinion
of the measure has never cha 'ged. I
thought then, and I think now, that
under the attending circumstances
nnd conditions it was ill-advised, un
BE CAREFUL Ol
YOUR CHILDREN'S FEET.
Their bruins niny be in their heads, but their health is to u very grcn
extent in their feet. Had shoes invite sickness and keep the tloctors busj
We'll answer for the vouiiKstei s- f,-et if ou n. uli- them with seusoiiabl
footwear purchased from our stm k. ou might as well ir to look for n sho
below the sole as to get below mir price". We don t keep cheap goods, but w
do sell children's dines cry eliea,!, ton cheap in fact 'or anyone else to coti
pete with us.
G B n n F
i ii -i s a w
i in vi:sr oki xnoM.v At i i i.
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE
WALL PAPER AT COST,
Prescriptions Filled Day or Night- A, G, HIXON, Prop'..
SECOND HAND STORE
Is the Place for
Furniture Quoenswaro and Gutlery!
CHEAPEST PLACE ON EARTH.
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY,
Tho grain wnrehouse of Portor it
Logan at Iloustouia, Mo , was tie
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nnu u, kjj .in iiiwuiiiiiiii i uii; . ------ - -
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Dr. Purkhurst has received a threat- I . r .,,.,
....t.... i ...!.... i.s... .1.... t... j.... . service, reform.
UUIIl lUllUI 1,111 tlllln ,11111 bUHI. UU llil
only until Christinas tolly.
In the house this week tho Demo
crats will endeavor to force the passage
of tho bill admitting I't.ih us a slate
I and in the senate the election bill
h i nubile service lias uuqtiosllon
ably been greatly improved through
the agenc of what is known ns civil
service reform. This svstem, fairly
treated, will not only provo its use-
fullness, but it will certainly fix itself
B1"- c llf
WILLIS. Til 11 TAILOR.
GEO. H. WILLIS,
May luniiftor be found by hit yends and patrons at
105 OKLAHOMA AVENUE
His stock Is replete with all the novelties of
the s, n .on. (mod workmanship and lit guar-
TO THE DALTONS.
-W1LLIB, TIIL. TAILOR,
Hunk Sufi, In rhino, Toi., Illuuu
Open A Gooilljr Amount Securril.
Dallas, Texas, Dec. 11. The safe of
tho Piano National bank was b own
to pieces last night and robbed of all
the currency and art of the gold in
It, from 80,000 to S3, 00). The rob
bers took no silver. The b ink kept
the bulk of its fund In a Dallas bank
It hitd been reported so i o days,
since that the Dulton gang hnd been
camping neur Piano of late and It Is
believed they were the robbers.
will probably come up for discussion. jn t1P r(!ilp.ct and confidence of tho
people, ll ougui not. io ue liaiiui
capped by such handlings ns will ex
cite distrust and arouse prejudice.
ruder a popular government llko
ours the people are quick to resent
radical methods, when resorted to for
tho advancement of measures of ac
knowledged merit. The civil service
reform needs the employment of no
such methods in its be! a t Conserva
tively developed nnd njiisorvatlvoly
administered, enforcing the law nnd
roupoeting and obeying tho law, just
to others and especially just to itself,
it is bound sooner or later to work
out its own fulfillment to tho satis
faction of the people and thu good of
1'rotUlon fur st.irvlni; Miners.
Miiavaukkk, Wis, Dec. 10. Con
tributions for the needy miners at
Hurley and vicinity continue to be re
ceived at relief headquarters in the
union depot. News from Keedsburg,
Wis , says a cai load of provisions
were shipped from that point for Hur
l'roinhmnt IrUh-AiuericMii Killed.
Inoxwooi), Mich., Dec. 11. An un
known assallantjmade a'inurdererous
attack upon Attorney Thomas Kissan
last evening and he is not expected to
live Mr. Kissan was formerly a
prominent Irish-American iu Detroit.
London, Dec. 11. Advices from Hio
Suneiro, dated November SO, confirm
the report that Nlctheroy was de
stroyed Hio Janeiro, it is said, was
damaged lees than was expected.
Tlio west bound passenger train ou
the Southern Pacific, containing
about 10) pass ngers, was derailed
n. ur l.ordsberg, Al. Al.. Nearly all .
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illU flliaullVl.l UIV IIIJHIUII, fill, I1I.11U
.1. Al. Cowley, brakonnti on the
.Missouri Paeille, was instantly killed
al Oleati, Alillor county, Alo.
Henry I'razer shot and killed Pres
ton Smith at Alalia liund, Mo , on ac
count of a family feud, lioth wuru
Lansing 11. Aliusnor.wliowns United
States minister to Central Amurioa
when'thu llurrundiu incident occurred
Harry tJray, a diver, became en
tangled iu the wreckage of a vessel
thirty-live feet under water at Ash
tubulu, and died.of fright
.lames It. Hallowell of Wichita,
Kan , hns announced lilnuelf as a can
didate for oougrehhiuun-ui-large.
The Hnnsentiu house, un immense
grain wnrehouso in Antwerp, was de
stroyed by an incendiary Ira with a
Lizzie Keller, a 1(5 ye r old white
girl, was, killed bv Sod Horner, n -15
your old negro, at Little Koclc. Ark.,
while resisting at' attempt to outrage
her. Horner is ii. jail after a narrow
escape from lynching.
The (Jertnunin club, the innst in
fluential (icriuuu social organization
in Chicago, has by a vol- of t to S by
its directors, refused tho proffered
gift of an oil i ortr.til of (Jovornor
Altgeld, ou account of his pprdon of
Airs Laura It Pollute editress of
tho (iulf Messenger, a m uilhly liter
ary m.ign.iiie of wide circulation in
the .South, pub'iishc I iitsm nt'n o,
Texas, died of luait trmiule D -teased
wus (o cart of age un I a
113 OKLAHOMA AVENUE. 118.
WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repairing. -All
Goods and Work Warranted,
iog West Harrison Aenuc.
liohlie I il 'I It kill IHIW-c.
Sr. Chaw.es. IU. Dae. II. -The
tVkct ollico of tho Chicago and llreat
Western road was robbed last nig lit
b, four masked men They smashed
the glass iu the olllco windows and
covering Night Operator Poster nud
his friend, "llriek" Matteson. with re
volvers compelled them to open the
door. They then bound Potior and
Aluttosoii, each of whom is only 18
year of age each lo a chair, drilled a
hole in tho safe anil blew it open.
They secured Sill) iu money and some
chocks anil receipt. They then made
their o.scape, leaving no clow to their
''.iituucnr Un.ililn ! I. anil.
London. Dec. il -The Itrllish
steamer Lord Cough, Captain Urqu
hat t, which sailed from Philadelphia
NovY'inber It), for Liverpool, arrived
at giueustown las' night diirimr the
h Ightof the gale She was unnblo to
land her nassonirers. as the gangway
winch as run out to the tender from
Qucenstown wus smashed and fell
Into the sea It was with tho t'reatest
ddlicinty that the pi ot embarked
The btcamer proceeded to Liverpool.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
MRS. D. E. MQHELANO.
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