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OFFICIAL OIIQAN OF OKLAHOMA DEMOOltAGV.
OFFIOK OF rUIIMOATtON, IIAHUISON AVKNOE.
? ARE AFTER THE SENATE.
REPUBLICANS WILL ATTEMPT TO
REORGANIZE THAT BODY,
THE MATTER DISCUSSED.
firnntor Fryo of Maine AVlll Probably lie
- Choien for I'rcnldcnt I'ro Tent Hake
Up of the I'rlnclpnl House Com-
inlttrn rtyne for Way nnd
Meoiti llciiileraon for
Wabihnotox, Nov. 30 There Is a
growing probability that the Repub
licans at their cnticus on next Monday
will decide to attempt to reorganize
the Senate on Republican lines, and
that a candldnlo for president pro tern
will then be decided upon. Quite a
number of Republican Senators, In
eluding three or four members of the
steering committee, were at the capl
tol yesterday and an informal exchange
of views among them resulted in the
general adoption of this conclusion.
So far Senator Frye's name is tho
only one heard in connection with
the ofllce of president pro tempore,
but there arc several aspirants for the
other ofllces. Among those who are
spoken of for secretary of the senate
are George C (.orliam, who. formerly
held tins ofllce; Mr. Durfcc, who wa's
for many years clerk of the senate
committee on finance, nnd George
Haber of Kentucky. For hergennt-at-arms,
V. K. Valentine of Nebraska,
ex-scrgcant-at-arms; Captain Curtis of
New Hampshire, Major Grant of
North Carolina and Mr. Shaw of
Washington stato are already in the
. Washington, Nov. 30. From the
best information obtainable, it seems
likely Screno F. Payne of Now York,
will lead the ways and means commit
tee; Mr. llitt of Illinois, foreign
affairs; Henderson of Iowa, appropria
tions; Grosvenor of Ohio, rivers and
harbors; Walker of Massachusetts,
banking and currency, and Hepburn
of Iowa, in tors' a to commerce. Mr.
Dlngley of Mnlne, who was talked of
in connection with the chairmanship
of tho ways anil means, in order not
to embarrass Mr. Iteed, consented to
having the chairmanship go to "Mr.
Palmer 0ioe Thlril-Teriiilmn.
Washington, Nov. 30. "Tho Demo
cratic , party has done many foolish
things, no doubt, but in heaven's
name let us not violate our most sa
cred tradition by nominating Cleve
land for a third term,"' said Senator
John M. Palmer. Ho added: "I don't
think he would accept, but whether
lie would or not, we should not think
of nominating him again. I nm a
supporter of Cleveland, but not for a
third term either Cleveland or any
body else. Let us havo a Western
man next time Morrison, if he wants
It; Carlisle, if he wjll take it,"
Fatal Ilenult of n fine-la lit a New
Caiiuki., N. Y., Nov. 30. An' acci
dent resulting in the loss of thirteen
or fourteen lives occurred at the
Tllley-Foster mines a little after 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Fore
man Patrick was descending into the
pit to tako tho time of two gangs of
laborers, numbering about thirty-five
men, who were working at the bot
tom, when a vast weight of earth and
rock slid with the force of.an ava
lunche from the mouth of the pit to
the bottom, a distance of 3u0 feet.
The earth crashed over the men with
tremendous force. Out of one gang
of eleven only live came out alive, and
three of the men employed in another
gang were taken out clqad. Several
of tho workmen were severely injured.
Many accMonts have occurred ntths
Tllley-Foster mine, but none hus been
attended by o great a loss of life us
SI. Joaenli Men I'lnu Kobliery.
St. Joskimi, Mo., Nov. 30. Walter
Vanloon, Charles Simon and Ed Ware,
the first two barbers and the last a
bricklayer, planned to rob tiie post
oflice at Anna, six miles south of here,
last night. Vanloon was drunk and
ubuslve, and while on the way out of
the city had some words with n police
man. The trio were arrested and a
full set of burglar's tools found in
their possession. Deputy United States
Marshals Smith nnd Miller were se
creted in the postolllce, armed with
Winchesters, ready to give tho robbers
n warm reception.
Another ltoqtiUUIan. ""
TorKKA, Kan., Nov. 30. Sheriff
Laird of llentou county, Missouri, ar
rived in Topeka yesterday with cor
rected requisition papers from Gov
ernor Stone for FredChlsliolm, held at
Lawrence on the charge of ubducting
Hose Thouvenal, a white girl. Iloalso
brought along a number of atlldavits
from people in Warsaw aad vicinity
which protected that there was no
danger of Chisholm being lynched bv
a mob upon his return to Missouri.
The papers will bo presented to Gov
ernor Morrill to-day.
Lawrence Coiuiuliilou C'oiiip.iny Fall.
Lawiiknck, Kan., Nov. .10. The
Western Supply Company, a heavy
produce commission company, failed
yesterdry and placed ull its assets In
the hands of creditors for tho pay
ment of debts. Hard times nnd poor
markets are' given ns the cause of the
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Yaqul Indian Outbreak Keported.
El. PA6o, Tex., Nov. 30. Reports
have reached El Paso of a big Yaqul
outbreak in Northeastern Sonora. A
number of citizens, including Atneri
rwuB, are reported killed.
WAR DEPARTMENT REPORT
Becrrtary Ijimont on the Slownrn of
Const Defcnie Work.
Washington, Nov. 30. Secrotary of
Wnr Lament has submitted his annual
report to President Cleveland. Tho
feature of It Is a showing of tho tardi
ness ilth which tho plans for coast
defenses nnd armaments nre being car
ried out. "Tho original plan," says
Secretary Lamont, "contemplated an
expenditure of 897, H'.SOO by the end
of the present year. The actual ex
psuditurcs and appropriations for
armament nud emplacements have,
however, been but $10,631,000. Tho
avcrugo annual appropriation for these
two objects has been less than Sl.r.OO,
000. Tho work has thercforo been
conducted at about n seventh of
thc rate proposed. It future ap
propriations for the manufacture
of guns, mortars and carriages
bo no larger than tho average
authorized for the purpose since
1888, it will require twenty-two year
more to supply tho armament of the
eighteen important ports for which
complete projects are approved. If
tho appropriations for the engineer
work nre to continue at tho rate of tho
annual appropriations since 3890, it
will require seventy years to complete
the emplacements and platforms for
tills armament for the ports referred
to. It rests with Congress to deter
mine by its appropriations the period
which shall elapse before our coasts
shall bo put in a satisfactory condition
of defense. The amount required for
the eighteen porta is about SI 8,000,000,
and the entire work can bo completed
within ten years."
The report shows that tho expenses
of the war department for the llscal
yenr ended June 30, loO.I, were 85:?,
"87,730. The appropriation for the
current fiscal year is $4o,4C0,571, and
the estimate for the following year is
TI.3 secretary, calls attention to the
reduced appropriation for tho pay de
partment for last year, which left the
paymaster general without sufllclcnt
funds to meet the aimy pay roll for
the last month of the year. The sec
retary gave his personal noto to meet
the deficiency of 824,000, aud recom
mends an appropriation to reimburse
"The army,' says Secretary Lamont,
"is better fed, clothed and housed
than ever before, ami the policy zeal
ously pursued of promotiug the per
sonal comfort of the oflicers nnd men
lias resulted in n devotion to the ser
vice which is every where apparent.
It can be said witli confidence that
never ia its history has the present
condition of the army been surpassed."
J lie number of enlisted men in tho
army, as shown by tho report, Is
-'.Vl.-is, and tho effective list is placed
Secretary Lamont renews his recom
mendation of last year that tho Pres
ident bo authorized to appoint ten
cadets at largo to tho Military Acad
emy ut West Point each year, to liil
vacancies cuused by the failure of rep
rescntatatives to appoint.
Will Put Corbctt In a Hole.
Sr. Louis, Mo., Nov. 30. Dau Stuart,
the Dallas sporting man, passed
through St. Louis yesterday for Chi
cago nnd New York. Ho announces
that he will see James J. Corbctt in
tho latter city and urge him to agree
to a meeting with Fitzsiminous near
Juarez. Mex. Stuart says that he does
not accuse Corbctt of cowardice, but
adds that if the champion refuses to
meet Fitzsimmons on the proposition
ho will submit it will bo difficult for
Corhott to explain to tho sporting
world what he means by iiis action.
Money In Klierman'i Intercut.
Coi.umiu's, Ohio, Nov. 30. Hon.
John R. Lynch, the Mississippi ex
Congressman, In conversation with a
gentleman of Washington Court
House. Ohio, said in ' reference to Sen
ator Sherman's book: "Tho only
money I know of being used in the
South to draw State delegations to the
sunpot.tof any candidate for the Re
publican presidential nomination was
that which was used in the interest of
John Sherman's caudiency. Although
I got none of it myself, I know of
money Having been used In that direc
tion." Talmui;u'( Substitute Safe.
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. SO. News was re
ceived yesterday of tho safety of Wil
liam Willard Howard, who was sup
posed to have been murdered by the
Kurds while on a mission of mercy to
Armenia. Mr. Howard was sent to
Van several mouths ago by the Chris
tian Herald of Now York, to distribute
it relief fund of 81'.',000, contributed
by Americans for the benefit of the
Asia Minor sufferers. Mr. Howard
wus Edit ns a substitute for Dr. Tnl-
mage, who declined to go because the
Turkish government refused to guar
antee his safety,
Death of u Football I'layer.
Wichita, Knn., Nov. 30. Jesse
Jouue, of tho Eureka football team,
died yesterday from injuries received
in the football game at Eureka be
tween that team and the Lewis acad
emy team of this city. Mr. Jcnne was
making a run with tho ball, when ho
was tripped, and tho entire field of
players ran over him. In the fall his
head was caught under his right arm,
injuring his epinc to such nn extent
that complete paralysis set In.
Hiccoughing llluiielf to Death.
Vandai.ia, Mo., Nov. 80. Judgo D.
D. Rose, president of the Curry villo
bank, nine miles east of hero, has been
hiccoughing constantly for tho last
week, and although several doctors
have attended hi in they can do noth
ing for him. His death is hourly ex
pected. Shooting at a Clmrlrarl.
Nkvada, Mo., Nov. 30. Last night
at a charivari near Mouudvllle, a shot
gun was fired into the house and a
young lady was severely wounded.
Three young men, Harris, Adams and
Rosoberry were anested on tho charge
of having done the shooting.
Nicotinic Gould Caie Settled.
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 3a Local papers
announce that tho case brought by
Miss Zella Nicolaus-Ruhman against
George J. Gould for the recovery of a
840.000 check is now practically settled.
THE CHEROKEE NATION.
SCORED TO A TURN BY THE
DAWES COMMISSION REPORT,
CHIE.-S POWER TOO GREAT
A Territory Itraldent Itrcoinca a Citizen
or an Intruder at the Will of n
Chief, Without Itrgard to Ilia
1'roperty or Political Itlglit
tiros Injustice nnd
Wabhinotox, Nov. 30. Tho Dawes
commission, in its report of failure to
do anything with tho Five Civilized
Tribes, pounces upon the Cherokee
Nation on the intruder question. The
report says that the chief of the nation
has control of citizenship of tho na
tion and that often he will claim a
white man is a citizen so that ho can
not be reached by the United States
courts, nnd then ho enn turn the son?
nnd work it just tho opposite.
J. no report continues: "The 'In
truders' roll' is being manipulated in
the same way. This 'Intrudors' roll' is
tho list of persons whoso claim to citi
zenship is denied by the nation and
who by the agrecmont in tho purchase
of the Cherokee Strip tho United
States is to remove from the territory
by tho 1st of Janfiary next This roll
is now being prepared for that pur
pose by tho Cherokee authorities in a
manner most surprising and shocking
to every senso of iustice. nnd in riMsn..
gaid of the plainest principles of law.
ino cniei assumes to nave authority
to 'designate' the nainds to bo nut
upon tho intruders' rotl, and names
are, by his order, without hearing or
nonce, iransierrea irom the citizens'
roll to Unit of intruders, so that, nn
January 1, lS'.m, the United States will
be called upon to remove from tho ter
ritory, by forco if need be, thousands
of residents substantially selected for
that purpose by tho chief of tho na
tion, "it has Deen mado clear to the cnm.
mission that the grossest injustice and
fraud characterize this roll. Persons
whose names havo been upon the citi
zens' roll by the judicial decree of the
tribunal established by law for that
purpose for mnny years, some of them
for twenty years or more, persons who
have enjoyed nil the rights of citizens,
unquestioned by nny one until dis
tribution per capitu of Strip monoy,
have been by the mere 'designation'
of the chief stricken from the citizens'
roll and put upon thnt of intruders
with notice to quit before January
next. Children of such parents born
in the nation, now of age, witli fam
ilies and homes of their own, are re
ceiving this notice to lcavo forever all
thoy have earned; and the homes thoy
havo built for themselves, and this ut
tho will of tho chief alone. If the
I nited States government removes
such persons, it will becoino a partic
ipant in this fraud and injustice, for
which ignorance alone can find any
excuse. The commission feels it a
duty to call attention to theso facts,
nnd invoke the direct Intervention of
tho government to prevent the con
summation of this great wrong.
"Theso romarks apply specially to
tho Cherokee nation, with which tho
United States has recently entered
into obligations in respect to 'in
truders,' bat much of what is here
said is applicable also to the condition
of uffulrs in tho other nations. In
theso nations many persons coming to
tho Territory by invitation of tho gov
ernments themselves, or under tho
provisions of tho laws enacted by
them, nnd acquiring citizenship, with
homes nud property, in conformity to
buch laws, have been, In many in
stances, stricken from tho rolls of
citizenship by those in power, for
political ond personal purposes, and
laws cnnuieu and other means re
sorted to to deprive them of the
homes and property acquired.
"The commission is of the opinion
that if citizenship is left without con
trol or supervision to tho ubsolute de
termination of the tribal authorities
with power to decltizenlzo at will, the
greatest injustice will be perpetrated
and many good and law-abiding citi
zens reduced to beggary,"
It is believed this expression on the
part of tho commission will prevent
the administration from carrying out
the law as passed in the Strip legisla
tion nnd should tho Cherokee Nation
authorities attempt to oust the in
truders, tho United States will inter
fere and hold up proceedings. It is
proposed to hold up executing tills
law ahd allow It to fall in with the
genornl legislation proposed to break
up the whole condition of a Hairs in
Tho Secretary of the Interior sug
gestively observed in his report a
reference to tho commission: "The
members of the commission have bcon
ordered to their homes nnd directed to
hold themselves in readiness to appear
beforo tho House and Senate com
mittee on Indian affairs us soon as
they are organized." This is construed
as meaning that tho commission will
bo employed durihg tho session in
directing legislation in that country.
Canadian Kulghti Secede.
Tohonto, Nov. 30. Considerable ex
citement was caused in labor eir.tW
here by a report from Montreal that
the Knights of Labor hud decided to
secede from the (iencral Assembly aud
form a purely Canadian order.
Shot Over the liar,
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 30. Over
the bar in the saloon of Robert It.
Murdoch, Twelfth nnd Walnut streets,
at a few minutes after 1 1 o'clock lust
night, John Bergor, tho barkeeper,
shot and probably mortally wounded
Martin Thomas, J8 years of age, a dry
goods salesman in the employ of the
lloston store at Eldorado. Kan.
Thomas had visited the saloon persist
ently till the evening and reviled Her
gcr, and finally had capped the climax
by drawing a 38-callber revolver and
snapping it in liergcr'r. face, tho latter
being at the time unarmed.
A Slight Shrinkage of l'rlin Occur
From Natural Citutr4,
Nkw Yonic. Nov. 30. R. U, Dun
Cos weekly review of trado sayB:
Business has not improved, though
thoro Is very Httlo change except in
the shrinkago of prices which a period
of inaction naturally causes. After
the extraordinary buying of tho sum
mer and early fall a marked decrease
was inevitable nnd it Is yet too early
In most branches to judgo how far tho
future was anticipated in purchases.
Rdtull stocks are still reported full in
nearly nil branches, with delayed
distribution In many ou account of
UnflLVnrnhll Wpflili.. i- Tim mntninnnl
of crops is only fair, both cotton nnd
wueni. ucmjr largely Kept uncic in the
hope of higher prices, and there is a
prevalent feeling that foreign imports
will fall off.
The woolen business makes scarcely
any train. The Iron mnrlml. In i1rpli1iii.
ly weaker again.
j. no western receipts of wheat con
tinue larger than last year for tho
week, i,fi(W,201 bushels against 3,503,
401 a year ago, and for four weeks of
November. '.Ml (if!'' r. I nrrntnet lTUQn.
0-6 last year. As beforo, Atlantic ex
ports aro relatively small, and for four
weeks have been only 8,207, lOrt bush
els (Hour Included) against 0,7J-J,t05
itini. jtrnr. n is CV1UCUI lliai Willi SUCIl
movements higher prices can hardly
be exnnntnil. nnr nnn llm nv.t,n.wn
situation bo favorably nffectcd.
During tho past week failures havo
been 1:711 in tho Unltrd Shite nirrihist.
280 last year, and 4? in Canada
against 30 Inst year.
New Yoiik. Nm-. no Th fniinwinrr
table, compiled by Ittadstreet's, shows
the clearances at the cities named nnd
the percentages of increase or decrease
as compared witli tho corresponding
week last year:
Cloiirhitf Dec. Inc.
Now Yiirt . . .
St. Louts ...
St. Jooph ..
18H 0 .1,
WHAT JOHNSTON SAID.
Me Ounlltle ItrporU of III Crltlclxiu of
Ji:Pn:nso. City, Mo., Nov. 30. Rev.
J. T. M. Johnston, tho Baptist minis
ter of this city who to bitterly
arraigned United States Minister
Terrell Sunday night, furnished tho
Press with a brief note lust night in
which ho corrects n statement pub
lished In New York to tlio effect that
he had said Mr. Terrell- had actually
adopted the Mohainuieduarcliglon. Mr.
Johnston snys that ho meant to cdh
vcy tho idea Unit Mr. Terrell might nr,
well bo a Turk, sq far as the Ameri
cans under tho domain of tho sultan
aro concerned; that he obtains favors
for himself nnd does not bother him
self about others. Ho says he did not
ehargo Mr. Terrell with'ubettlng tho
murder of tho Christians, or that ho
Individually garbles or smothers press
reports. The petition signed by Mr.
Johnston and tho thirty-threo other
members of his party, asking for Min
ister Terrell's removal, lias been for
warded to Secretary Olney.
O. A. It. Commander Walker Will Ask for
Several Chitiigcii In the Trem-nt T,ur.
Indianapolis, Intl., Nov. CO. Commander-in-Chief
Walker, of tho (J. A.
IL.said yosterday that the National
O. A. R. would ask for some legislation
during the coming Congress. "In tho
first place," said he, "wo shall ask'
that the pensions bo made specific in
character and relief, so that it will
not be left to an arbitrary board to de
termine whether or not a man is enti
tled to a pension.
"Another thing wo want Is uniform
ity In widows' pensions. We ask that
theso pensions bo made uniform ut 812
a month. We also ask that the de
pendent clnusc in widows' pensions bo
SUGAR BEET WHISKY-
Illicit Ktlll Itun by a Nebraska Farmer
Which Made Fifty Gallons a Day.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 30. The vast
yield of sugar beets in Nebraska and
the inability of farmers to dispose of
the vast quantity as rapidly as con
venient have provoked Eomo peculiar
violations of tho revenue laws. A still
has been captured in Sherman county
from which whisky was being made
from tho beets. It was owned by
Charles Rledcl, a f, mor. The quality
of the whisky was good and fears aro
entertained by rovenuo nnlcinls that
others will engage In the business.
Tho still had a capacity of fifty gallons
a da j-. An old cook stove and a
vacated sod house composed the estab
lish men t.
itval Academy Cadets.
Wabhinuton, Nov. SO. Secretary
Herbert, in his forthcoming annual
report, will recommend that uaval
cadets ho appointed by civil
service examinations. At present
the naval academy is supplied
by cadets appointed by congressmen,
ono from each district. The secretary
proposes to tako this entirely out of
tho hands of members and havo exam
inations held by the Civil Service Com
mission, aud havo tho Naval Academy
ofllciuls solect a cadet lrom the three
passing the highest examination.
Double Tennessee Lynching.
Nabiivillk, Tenn., Nov. 20. At 8
o'clock last nltrht Joe Robinson and
OJau McGahey were taken from the
jail at Fayetteville by a mob composed
of people from Lincoln aud Marshall
counties and hanged.
A Murder i Dar.
St. Louis. Ma. Nov. 30. The his
tory of crime in thia city this week
has been an unusual one. an averaire
of one mnrder a day, and several stab-
uuigs auu snoouugs oi a teas uanger
ois nature being tho record.
DECEMBER 1 189N.
To attend the Statehood Convention at
Yesterday afternoon a statehood
mass mooting was held, pursuant to
a regular call of the Territorial State
hood chairman and secrotary, to
elect delegates to tho Shawnee
meeting on Docomber 4, 18P5. Oront
intorost was lnnnifoslod and mtiny
good speeches mado. Judge Secly's
speech was a splendid effort, nnd was
Tho meeting was convened on short
notice and many citlaons were present
from the city nud country. Seventeen
townships and words were found pros
cut Tho meeting selected the follow
ing gentlemen to act as delegates to
the Shawnee mooting: Messrs. II. II.
Hngan. L. O. Niblack, Wm. Spnrlock,
?udgc Secley, J. S. Soulo and I) J.
BUCK KILQOnolS HORSES.
Fhelr Had Ileiutatlon .Saved
From a Lynching I'nrty.
(From tho Now York Sun.)
"It's a well-known fact In Texas," ro
mnrked n gontloman from thnt state at
tho Hoffman house, "that 'Buck' Kll
fcore, or-congrossmnn, now Judge, used
Jo own the worst horso in his county,
and ho never owned but ono at n time,
simply because two horses of such qual
ity couldn't he found In tho entire state.
As an illustration of the case let me tell
you n story."
There being no objection, the gontlo
"It seems," ho Bald, "thnt a fellow
had been cnught with a horse In tho
county adjoining Judge Kllgoro's coun
ty, which ho could not satisfactorily nc
count for. Tho more ho tried to ex
plain matters tho deeper into tho holo
ho wont, until the captors concludod
the host wny to sottlo the dlillculty was
to hang tin mnn nnd nwalt dovolop-
ments. A very fow minutes nftor this
determination tho funeral cortoge ap
proached the nearest tree, with tho mnn
sn tho stolen horso to mnko It more im
pressive. The nrraiiKomonts for tho
finnl sceno wore completed nnd tho load
er was about to hit the horse with his
whip to drive lilm from beneath tho
culprit, who wns nttnehed to tho limb
of tho tree by n rope, when n couplo of
inon rode by and stopped to seo tho
performance. They knew tho lender of
tho party and ho Invited thorn to tnko a
" 'Why,' oxclnlmod ono of thorn,
that's 'Buck' Kllgoro's horso. Wlicro
did you come ncross it?
" 'That's tho boss tho thiof stole re
plied tho lender, 'nnd wo thought we'd
let him hnve his Inst ride on It.' And
ho began to look the animal over. 'Aro
you suro it's Buck's?' ho asked nftor his
"'Of course. Would anybody elso
havo that kind of a boss?'
" 'Well, admitted tho lender, 'I reck
on you're right, since I come to look at
It. You see, wo wns thinking moro
about tho mornl sldo of tho enso than
at the hoss.'
"Thon ho turned to his followers.
"'Roys,' said he, 'this hoss is Iluck
Kllgoro's. You all know what wo
think of a mnn in Texns that will steal
a hoss, nnd you know what we think
of tho kind of bosses that Duck Gll-
goro owns. Now, In tho nnmo of Jus
tice, I ask you if wo ought to hnng this
" 'No, slree, Boh!' yelled tho crowd.
"'What ought wo to do with him?
I sny wo ought to tako up a collection
and give tho feller money enough nnd
time enough to ride the hoss clenn out
of the state. All in fnvor of that mo
tion say 'aye!' And tho motion p.-ssod
with vociferous unanimity."
Hocus Kngllsh Estates.
Ex-Consul General New reiterates
tho statoment thnt thcro Is no estate of
any description amounting to ns much
ns 11,000,000 in Knglnnd, either In the
Bnnk of England or in the Court of
Chnncery, In which Amorlcnn heirs nro
interested. Tho same stntemont has
been mado by ludubltablo authority a
hundred times. But whenever a smart
lawyer gets out of nnothor job or wlshoe
to tako a trip to England at somebody
else's expense the deathless "fake" of
a vast English estate wnlting for a
number of guileless Amorlcans to como
over and got It Is rovlvod.
Old peoplo who require medicine to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find the true remedy in K'.ectrlc Hitters.
This medicine does not stimulate and
contains no whiskey nor other intoxl-
iBnL hut. nnld nn n tnntn mi.l nllAMnn
tive. It acts mildly on tho stomach
ui uut.wia, t;ttM IUUU VU bllU uruijg.
thereby aiding Kature In the perform
ance i,l the functions. Electric Bitlors
Is an excellent appetizer and aids di
gestion. Old peoplo Qnd it to bo just
exactly what they need. Price 50c per
bottle, at Seatoulan Drug Store.
Map of Virginia Uattle-Fleidi.
The only correct map made from of
ficial papers in tho war department
with complete list of battles. Sent on
receipt of 25 cents In money or postage
stamps. Address 0. B. Ryan, assist
ant general passenger agent, C and O.
railway, Cincinnati, Ohio. 4-5-4 w
What Col. J ones Says.
Guthrie, Ok., Aug. 31, '05.
Knowlton Danderino Co., Gentle
men: Some time ago my hair began
falling out badly. I used Danderine
for a few times, aud it has entirely
stopped my hair frt n falliug out and
has caused a growth of vigorous hair.
Danderine is also unexcelled for all
diseases of scalp and hair and especial
ly for eradicating dandruff. It gives
ono pleasure to recommend Danderine,
as I am satisfied it is all you claim for
it, and that it is the very best hair re
storer that has ever been placed on the
market. Yours truly,
Tuos. a Jomks,
Something for nothing. At
1000 Beautiful Christmas Books to be
Given to Our Customers.
Commencing on the 15th of this month
and while they last.
Commencing the same day we are going
to start our
Great Fall Clearing Sale
During which the price we will make will
astonish everybody. See posters ft r priees
J. C. DANA, MG'R.
N. It Parties buying shoos at our shoo store will get books the same as If
trading at the RubIi,
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Queensware, Tinware and
111 North Second St. German and English Spoken.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
Manufactures all kinds of Vehicles. Painting, Trimming and
Repairing promptly attended to.
!122 South Division Street, . tiuthrlo, Ok.
Largo airy and nicely furnished rooms. Table the Dcst tho market affords
Good Horvlco. Located in business center.
Corner Harrison and First Streots.
S. BILLINGS, Proprietor.
N. F. CHEADLE COAL COMFY
Wholesale and Retail dealers in
CANON FRONTENAC WEIR CITY
Also solo, agent for tho sale of tho celobrated McAlester Coal, the best coal oa
the market for domestic use.
OHico and Yards 421 Oklahoma Aye.
Telephone No. 0.
Tho finest equipped bar , in tho city.
We handle only tho best Wines, Liquors ami Cigars
Next door to the Leader ofllce.
Headquarters for horsemen during the fair,
105 Harrison Ave.
Telephone No. 55,
F. P ALLEN, Prop.
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