Okahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 255, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. THURSDAY, APRIL 12
NSW YORK, Mar. 2!), 94.
M.-asrs. O. A. Mitschcr & Co.,
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Your favor of Mar. 22ml contain-
ing a number of subscription stubs
ti" k *ii by a swindler by the name of
R. B. Glasier last November in your
town, has been sent here by our Chi-
cutfo office. These subscriptions
have all been entered in Chicago, and
we would ask you as a favor to ob-
tain all subscription stubs similar to
ti ese and tell the people that the sub
si riptionB will be entered on receipt
We never got the money this mnn
collected, but as we taok chances on
furnishing him our subscription
books, wfi consider ourselves moral!}
bound to make good the loss to lb-
subscribers as fast as we can learii
Regretting that you have been put
to any trouble in this matter, we re-
main, Yours very truly,
Standard Fashion Co.
Per P. Koewing, Pros.
A Sub-Committee Decides to Rat-
ify the Sale of Lands.
SERIOUS FIGHTING OCCURS.
Itlo (.ramie «!« Sul llrtmh inled by the In.
Hill-gent \V r Sl'ilps.
15f.hi.in, April 11.—Dispatches re--
ceived from Rio de Janeiro state some
serious fighting is taking place at Rio
Grande do Sul, and that an important
naval battle may shortly be expected.
Five of the insurgent warships ar - bom-
barding Rio Grande do Sul, and the forts
there are replying- with but little ef-
fect. The Brazilian government has
dispatched a fleet of ten war ships to
the south, with instructions to engage
the rebel fleet at the earliest opportu-
nity. Porto Allegre is also said to be
seriously threatened by the insurgent
forces landed hv Ira. He Mello.
They T.eft the Hulldlnic-
Salina, Kan., April 11.—The bold-
EQUITIES TO BE INVESTIGATED.
An Allrgrd Attempt to Mulct tho <invoru-
lueut -A Helmut lonal Case l.lkoly
to Up Kfiipenoil by the
Washington, April 11.—At the meet-
ing of the sub-committee on Indian af-
fairs in charge of treaties it was de-
cided yesterday to ratifv the sale of the
Kiowa, Comanche and Apache land,
and a sub-committee consisting of Cur-
tis, of Kansas, and Maddox, of Georgia,
was appointed to investigate the claims
of the Chickasaws and Choctaws for
an equity in the lands. This investiga-
tion will reopen one of the most sensa-
tional cases which the Indian country
has ever furnished. If the claims of
the Chickasaws and Choctaws hold
good, the price of the land to the gov-
ernment will be increased from 80 cents
to f-.05 an acre. The equities claimed
by the Chickasaws and Choctaws are
the fame as those in the Cheyenne and
Arapahoe reservations, which were al-
lowed by congress,vetoad by President
Harrison and subsequently passed over
the president's veto.
It was charged at that time, and sub-
sequent developments have tended to
strengthen the belief in the minds of
some, that this claim was the result of
an attempt to mulct the government
aud was a gigantic steal, as any ad-
ditional claim will have to be paid by
the settlers who take the land. An ef-
fort will be made to prevent allow-
ance of the Choctaw equity claim and
the sub-committee will sift the case to
the bottom The equity claim is one-
halt'larger than the price which it is
proposed to pay for the lands, the
Choctaws and Chickasaws claiming
11.25 an acre.
In 1855 the Choctaws and Chickasaws
gave the government a ninety-nine
year lease on the laud for 1700,000, and.
in 18(10, for $300,000 additional, ceded
all right and interest in it to the gov-
ernment According to the conditiou
of those who will tight to prevent an
additional obligation being placed on
the settlers, accorditig to the attorneys
for the Choctaws, their equity in the
lan.ds was never surrendered. The
government plaeod other Indians on
the lands, and not until an attempt
was inade to open it up to settlement
was the claim of the Indians to an
equity known. r
Twice or. attempt has been made to
have an investigation made, but it has
been hushed up. Several senators and
representatives have been suspected of
receiving big fees out of the old case.
The new deal now proposed is open to
the same charges. The conditions are
identical and the same possibilities of-
fered the lobbyists who made $1,000,000
out of it.
THE SCANDAL TRIAL.
Mr. CnrliHle Clone* Hi* Plo® for mih Pol-
lard and Air Thompson Speaks for Col.
Washington, April 11.— Attorney
Carlisle took up his review of the testi-
mony in the Pollard-Uroekinridge case
Reminding them of the 150,000 which
the declaration would allow them to
award, Mr. Carlisle closed his plea and
Miss Pollard and her companion left
the room. Then Col. Phil Thompson
faced the jury. He asserted that the
suit had been brought with revenge, us
its prompting motive and told the jury-
men that if they had lived with
the woman as CoL Breckinridge had,
they would not have taken her into
their family among their daughters
, - .. , • i, i i and children. Every decent man would
est burglary ever committed In this , . , , : . . . ...
. h •' , . . , . , .. . sustain the colonel In his refusal to do
city occurred last night when thieves • thftt
entered the clothing store of Martin ' ScverR] timos Mr Th „ WM cm..
Herman and made away with the heat pc(.l(!(t in w, stak.mentfi ,
poods in the store Several suits of *
clothing, twenty-tive boxes of shoes
and ten boxes of huts were taken in
nddition to a lot of furnishing goods.
The plunder was iotded into a wagon
from the rear door of the building. No
clew has been found to tin 'heft.
by the judge.
Secretary Lamont at Ointhi.
Omaha, Neb., April 11.—Secretary
War Lamont and party arrived in
Oinuha Tuesday. Fort Crook and Fort
Omaha were visited an I inspected.
After-lunching with Gen. llrooke the
he idquarters of the department of ihe
Platte were visited. T ie party left for
Fort Snelling last evening.
Charles L. Thompson, a stock specu-
lator from Chicago, was found dead in
his l>ed4n a room at the Midland ho-
tel. Kansas City, Mo It is believed he
d.ed from natural causes.
Orderly Ser*e«nt Ho * I> ftmlf*ed.
Topkka. K m , April 10.—Frank Holz,
the adjutant-general's orderly ser-
geant, who furnished the evidence
which resultel In the resignation of
Adjf.-Oen Ariz, has himself been dis-
missed aud, it is said, at the request
of Art/- _
IdlM Caul 'lluor*.
Lehigh, 1. T., April lo. -All the min-
ers at Lehigh, Coal Gate and Krebs are
still Idle, and no effort seems to be
made by the operators to compromise
or put other men to work In the strik-
Louisvillk, Ivy.. April 10.—In the
federal court yesterday Judge liar re
appointed a receiver of th ; Louisville.
St Louis & Texas railway, on applica-
tion of the Central Trust Co.* of New
Struck by Lightning.
/ Caddo, I. T., April 10.—Last night,
during the storm here, a colored man,
nam id Ellis was struck by lightning.
He was on the prairie at the time, and
hi* body was not found until this
Judge Rlner, of the Uuited States
ilstrlct court, has ordered a ruling to
the effect that the wages of employe
of the receivers for the Union Pacific
road oanaot bo garnisbeed.
Karnes City Live Stock.
Kansa. city, April 10.-Cattle-Receipts,
•MM calves, ift: shipped yesterdny, 40". TN
iiinrUot was active steers Mtrong. eloslug easy
cows stealy bulls higher; calves !J5c higher,
feeders aud Texas oitUs strong. Tho following
are representative sales:
miesbkd 11 ef and export steers.
77 1.8*1 #48* <1 I.*J0 f420
. 1,1 : t If. *0 l,4fl> 4.15
21 ... 1.3U 41" 10 1.434 415
1U I.Mt! 4.10 IJI 1,213 4.05
2 2 1 .10 4 0 20 1.433 4 00
29 1,2 & 3 0ft 18 1.2 f
-.1 I, I JO 12 I.SS8 &9I
25 1.154 HH) | 21 1,290 175
OWft anp iieifeus.
82 ml* C0I |IM
2 |,P 0 & l
8 i/57 S 15
3 ... 81J 3.10
0 m Ml
U 7 0 3 0)
1 1,16.) 2.75
8 1.003 ; 65
1 8 S3 2 50
fl I.IM 2.45
>21 13 S)
.. flir 32
,. (7d a 03
,. 922 2.9 >
.. 702 2 9J
..1.192 2 7.
. i. no 2 '
7 J> v.tO
texas ani indian steers
22 1 1,296 t&OJ 122 1 1,311 $390
fll 9 l 350 i 69 9j5 atrt)
105.. 863 3 20 I
5 4 • i 6 96ji3 40
2 700 8 35 I 3 806 a 10
21 1,198|'.75 |
Hogs-Kneel; Us, 13,225 shipped yes'erdav,
MS. Tho markot was 20c hl.'hor. closlug stnr,'.
rho top was $4.05 aud hulk of sales 4 9<i,.>.'U
tgainst (4.82V4 for top and *470^4.80 for bulk
yesterday. The following arc representative
76 ..288 $\00
81.. 197 4.91%
93. ..199 4 97
78... 181 4 95
72.. 234 4 9>
28 .272 4 9>
77.. .24 J 4-95
7*5.. .223 4 9 .
82... 229 4 95
78 ..2 3 4 95
61.. 175 4 W2S
65 . .203 4 '24
01 .2 2 4 92H
41.. .243 4 92,
55 ..228 16.0J
87... 202 4.974
79 CP 4 97'i
78 .. 91 4 95
78.. .246 495
29 ..|M «M
66 CM LN
33 ..226 4 9.
67... 245 4 95
14. .191 4 9
J4 4 9
85 . 215 4 K>
34. . 233 4 i*5
fl . 2 0 4 05
87... 185 4 9.
57 ..237 4.9J
i>7 ..271 4 9-4
85. 19.' 4 92 i
7 ....213 4 924
80...-15 4 9:',
72 ..232 4 90
70... 220 4.0
2: ..21J 4 yj
83 . 216 4.9)
35... 204 4 90
29... 229 4.92
62 . 215 4 924
54 .210 4.9<4
01 ..211 4 924
87... 161 4 9)
44..258 4 90 46 i47 4 90
91. .215 4.9) 24 . 860 4 9)
.230 4 9 J 86. ..Hi 4 0
Sheep-Receipts, I 419 shipped yesterday
>35. The market was active and strong to I 'c
higher, especially on common sheep 1 he fol-
lowing are representative sales:
215 Utah Ill 16 00 1232 1 78 $5 00
2.0 Ulah 83 4.6J | 260 1 8 ' 5.00
Ilorses-Reocips, 87 shlpp d yesterday, 23.
Aeco ding to ad ices the s ipp'.y of he roes this
week will bo about 400. Tho qu ill y is getting
a little better, and quite a number of fair ta
choice anlma's are on sale. Several eastern
buyers are here nnd demand generally is
stronger. Trade last week was rea l/ active
and satisfactory with an upward tendency in
prices Compared with busiaesi In Chicago
and St Louis stables sales here are very good
and the outlook for the week Is br ght and en-
couraging. The ranee of prices for go >d agd,
well broke and sound horses is about us fol-
Extra draft, l.soo pounds '100^1 '5
Good draft, 1,30J pounds 6J(i, 9J
Extra tirlv ]
Saddle, good to extra
Southern mares and gelditi}
Western range, unbroken
65 l )
L'5 ~t 75
. laa 2J
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, April IHoes—Rooeipts, 14.000;
official yesterday, 26,051: shipments yesterday,
12,020; left over about 2.0K); quality good, mar-
ket active aud ilrni; prieej 1 )u hl, her nbjut
ill sold. Sales ringed at$i.06^V3i for light:
4.9' 5.05 for ro :gh packing. $5 0.g>5.3J for
mixed $>l6ix&': >5 for heavy packing and ship-
ping lots pi #17 -i 5 21.
('attle—Receipts. U,W : offlclal yesterday, 1«,-
515. shipments yesterday, 4,811 market active
and prices 10c hlghor
Sheop Receipts, 10,0)0 official yeulerday,
14,851; shipmjnts yesterday, none markot
St, louis Live Nlook.
St. Louts April 11 -Cattle—Reci ipts. 2,901;
market active and strong. Hops-Receipts 7,«
000; market 15c higher Dutchers' sel c-
tlons, (5.10(^5.25; good mixed. 4 8 15: prime
light, ^4 9) rft.20. Sheep—Receipts, 1,000; mar-
C'lilcago Grain and I'tovIhIouh.
LYNCHED BY A MOB.
\ Texas Man Called from His Home and
Gatbbvillk, Tex., Ap/i> i*.— / 1 the
( rove, ten miles southwest of Gates-
ville, Sunday nirfht jibout 11 o'clock,
Ed Cash, aged 31, while attending the
sick bed of his young wife in company
with Dr. Smith, was called out by a
mob and was not afterwards seen until
his body was found hanging to a iree
about fifty yards from his home, liter-
ally riddled with bullets. Cash bore a
good name, and the cause of the crime
remoins a mystery Officers have gone
to the scene of the lynching.
Hiirued In a I'«.wd r Mill.
Mount Vkrnon. III., April 11.—By
tho explosion of a fifty-pound can of
powder the grocery store of Fred Morel-
tock, four miles below town, waa
wrecked and destroyed by lire to-day,
together with contents. Three in-
mates, Milt Rrookins, George Lang
and William Curtis, were taken from
the ruins in an insensible condition.
Opene I H'gh'8t!Low'.<i (Closing
Corn — April...
Oata — April ..
Lard—A: ir 11 ..
Ribs — April. ..
fl 4 : vi
12 9 J
IX 0 | vi .v.
12 .'0 I 12 57
6 3 -.
Sonator Pcff^r's Bill Roportod Back
IHE COINAGE OF MEXICAN DOLLARS.
rho Rooie l'liHiieil a lllll for tli«< Protectlou
of tiumn in the %'ellowNtone l'ark —
Territorial Chief .luNticea
and I.and Cases.
Washington, April ti.—There was
a very small attendance in the galleries
when the seuate convened yesterday,
and there was scarcely a quorum of
senators visible. The bill introduced
some time ago by Senator Pefifor for
the improvement of publio roads was
reported back adversely by Senator
Kyle. Mr. Quay introduced a resolu-
tion, objection to the consideration of
which was made by Senator Cockrcll,
that the senate should hold a session
on Saturday, April 31, from 1 o'clock,
to hear a committee of the organiza-
tions of the workinginen of the United
States in opposition to the tariff bill.
A resolution was introduced by Sen-
ator Allen, of Nebraska, requesting tho
secretary of the interior to inform the
senate of the name* and post oftlee ad-
dress of all pensioners of tho govern-
ment whose pensions had been sus-
pended or cancelled since March 4,
1898, and tho reason for such suspen-
sion or cancellation. Senator Cockrcll
objected to its present consideration,
and under the rules it went over with-
The Wolcott resolution for the coin-
age of Mexican dollars at the United
States mints was laid before the sen-
ate, and Mr. Gallinger read n resolu-
tion favoring it The resolution was
briefly debated, when Senator McPher-
son withdrew the amendment offered
by him to insert the words "for ex-
port," as ho thought the Sherman
amendment agreed to covered the
points of his proposed amend men L
The resolution as amended was then
agreed to, and is as follows:
Resolved, That the president of the United
States, with a view to encourage and extend
<ftir oommeroial relations with China aud otlx-r
Asiatic countries, bo requested, If not Incom-
patible with tho public interests, to enter into
negotiations with the republic of Mexico, look-
ing to the oolnage. by the United States, at
the mints, of staudar.l Mexican dollars, undi>r
some agreem-nt with tho said republic of
Mexico as to selgnlorugj, mothoi and amount
of said coinage, and that ho be further re-
qu< stud to report the result of his negotiations
to the nenate.
Notice was given by Senator McPher-
son, of New Jersey, that next Monday,
as soon as the tariff bill shall be taken
up, Senator Smith, of New Jersey,
would address the senate.
The resolution of Senator Allen to
limit general debate on the tariff bill
to June 4, and to take the final vote on
June 5, was la id* be fore tho senate. Mr.
Allen adVoeated the resolution, when
Mr. Cockrell proposed an amendment,
which was accepted by Mr. Allen, that
general debate should cease April 30
and the vote should be taken May 14.
Senator Chandler suggested as an
amendment that general debate should
cease on November 33, which gave rise
to some ironical comments from the
Senator Aldrieh then moved the ref-
erence of the resolution to the commit-
tee on rules, which was agreed to.
Two o'clock arrived, tho tariff bill
was laid before the senate, and Mr.
Lodge spoke in opposition to it lie
concluded his speech at 4:o0.
Senator Hoar sprang a sensation by
stating that he wished to make a
speech, which he would have read
from the desk. He thereupon sent up
a press bulletin, stating the New York
legislature had passed a resolution of
thankR to Senator Hill for his speech in
opposition to the tariff bilL This was
greeted with some npplause in the gal-
lery, which the vice president checked.
WHOLE NUMBER 150(>
a pair at Milners
AT Til K
wailing for you;
Just your size,
Just your lit,
.) list the kind you want your
nhoes to he, and when you com|iaro
prices you will fliul we are below all
Hoots, Shoes aud Slippers.
M G MILNE.R & GO
117 Main Street.
THE PEACE ARMY.
Kelly's Contingent Not find Thoy
Must Return West.
CORRALLED IIV MILITIA AND JAILED.
Kaunas City (iraln.
Kansas City. April 10.—Soft wheat wan
fully - cents lower here to-day and even at that
decline there was lltfTe demand for It Most
buyers wanted nothing at all, declaring that
they could not use it excep at a loss Harl
wheat was '<,c lower and In much better de-
mand than red wheat No 2 hard out of store
was offered at 5"c river, but could not be sold
at that prlca
R eclpts of wheat to day, 27 cars a year ago,
Quotations for carlots bv s imple on track at
Kansas City were nominally as fo lows: No -
hard, 5.'4c No. 3 hart, 5|,jc So. 4 hard,
48'je rejected, l\c No 2 red, 55j50c No. 3
red, 62&53c No 4 red, 49 ISJc.
Corn was'vC higher and told quit-kly with a
good southern Mem nd Offerin - h were light
Itecoipts of cjrn to-c«ay, 33 cars a year ago*
No. 2 mixed sold at 33c Kansas City No. 3
mixed, S2 .4c; No. 4 31'Jo; No. 2 white, SI40:
No 3 white, 334c No - white was quoted
nominally at 41c Memphis; No 2 mixed, tou
Oats were In demand at unchingod prices.
Receipts of oats to-diy, 10 cars a year ago,
No. 2 mixed sold at :)1 31 • ie No 3 mired,
3*> t 3lo No. 4 mixed, *9$!! c No. 2 white, 8.4
(&3 c No. 1 white, 2c.
Hay Iteeeip -1. 1) cars market tlrm for
choice tlm ith choice, 9.' > No I, * 0 8t)'j
low graJ'\ $*. 01.17. 0 pri rie, No I 0, No
2, .8.00 No J, 45.00, low grade, |aOv'tQ ..Oil
St Louis. April 1'
year, 7 !
Ipts wheat 16,110
U 4 6 hu eoru, 111,4 bu : last
oats, 31.1 0 bn last year, r ',2>j
. .25) bu flour. 1VI1 bbl. Ship-
ments, wheat, none corn, 17),2M bu oils. 4,-
! 9j3 bu. harley, 1,199 bu flour, 7.01 I.bis.
Wheat—Cash, o7c; April, M^e May. ?>• '4 *
! 5~H(0 July. 6 c Corn Cash, '! '*0 April, < \c;
May 3te: July, 3flH W\o. Oats-Cash, tt^e;
I April, 8240 May, 3ie. July. 28c.
Kanan* City Produce.
ansab City. April 10 —Eggs—Receipts very
—re, wanted, firm 8c. llutf-r R-
■jt tghter: market active, croarnrry firm
,;Xtra fancy separator, 22c. choice, 20c. fair,
>unty central demo- |9C dairy, fancy firm I7(^i8c: fair, 1 c so Id
They were burned in a fearful manner 1,11: IaHl •
and will die.
Killed Oil a strip Claim
Wichita, Kan., April 11 —A message
received here yestorda}', brought to
llunnewell from the Cherokee strip by
a courier, announced that in the fore-
noon Mel R tnsom had been killed by j
hia rival in a contest over a claim. K.
Hunsom was a prominent citizen of Ugh
this county and was at his death ^till
member of the
cratic committee. The name of the [picked, "l*Til4c. common packing, 8c chi
murderer is Frank Cooper. packing. 9c Poultry Receipts larger, market
quiet e..s; roosters, lac hens, 84c springs,
Senator Wolcott Hangrd In iMIHsry. '640; broilers, 1518o. Turkey —Receipts light.
Enid. Ok., April 11.— Copies of Sena-'s cady. gobbl-rs, weak. « c h- ns. 8c. Ducks,
♦or Wnlnntt'M sneei h on tho Rock *°- Geese, not want. d. dull 4c poor unsala-
tor \v oleott h Bpeecn on kuck , ^ VE1!t.l,bl,,,_c,bl)ag._Supp]y lanjc. dull
Island station bill were received in1rj ppr cwt Celery. Michigan small,
Knid last night, and it so enraged the ,r. 14 c per bunch fancy. 80"8Jc Cauliflower,
citizens that at midnight a large crowd small. 40<&5,c: large, $1 75^100 per d •/. Pota-
collected und burne.l the Colorado sen- P'ontltul Urmrr. Nor.hero ffi «io rol-
, , , ... orado, 7oc per bu.; new 14.00 per bu. box Wis-
atorlnefflgy, und denounced linn an n .^,to .MdVmffl. • awci OMo, I* mat red,
railroad hireling. Leading citizens de- ?.c per bu: yellow, 8>'r.7ic p r bu Oiious
plore the not. common, unsalable yellow, ti-75^100 per bbl.
| Spanish, 11.00 per crata
The cash balance in the treasury at ■' -r
the close of business on the yth was, The assistant state geologist of M is-
•183,00^,1^1, and the net gold 1105, ?'%<*. souri, J. D. Robertson, has been ry-
lk>L moved from ollice.
The !Men Proposing to Selxo a 1'nlon P .
clllu Irnlu and Go Knst Anyway—
Alauy ItvsertIons from
Oodf.v, Utah, April 11.—Oov. Waito,
of Colorado, wired < en. Kelly yester-
day at Ogden that his industrial array
could stop and pass through Colorado.
But Gov. West, of Utah, notified Kelly
that his men would be forced to return
west if they refused to go of their own
motion. Kelly submitted the matter
to his men, who refused, with but one
dissenting vote. Kelly's men said they
knew what it would be to tramp through
the mountains and suffer hardship if
they could not ride. Thoy cheered
(Jov. Waite and CJen. Kelly, who ap-
pears naturally conservative and is a
Encouraging words were received
from (ien. Kelly's wife; 2,000 loaves of
bread, 1,000 pounds of beef, potatoes,
etc., were contributed by the Ogden
Cha ity society, ami everybody waited
to see what tlov. West would do.
The governor and Superintendent
ICnnpp, of the Southern Pacific, had a
series of interviews, ending in Knapp's
refusing to haul the army back with-
out payment of $85 for each person, the
regular fare. Knapp said if he at-
tempted to force the men back into tho
cars they would destroy railroad
property, but. West said he would at-
tend to that. Knapp then sought in-
spiration from General Superintendent
Fillmore at San Francisco, and was
told the road would see what could bo
Mayor IJrough, of Ogden, has ordered
n carload of provisions, enough to last
the array to the Nevada border. A
number of men are sick and suffering
and one man died. Councils of war
were held in the city hall in the after-
Mr. Gray, of Delaware, explained the j noon, and territorial officials seemed
action of the New York legislature by to hesitate to enforce the court's order,
saying the legislature of New York The men are proposing to seize a Union
was overwhelmingly republican. "Yes," Pacific train and go east anyhow. Sev-
rcplied Mr. Aldrieh, smilingly, "but eral attempted to escape from camp,
not by such majority as shown by the • but were corralled by tho militia ami
dispatch. There is a majority of four- ; placed in jail.
HORSE SHOE STORE'
Wc coil attention of our cuftoiners tbut we now have our
Complete, consisting of
Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Notions,
/loo/s; S/ioes and Slippers
of ^very size und quality. Hit's, Caps, Gloves, Corsets,
Muslin Underwear, Ladies and Gents Summer Underwear.
Also a large and well selected stock of Hoys, Youths
Wc have bought our stock for spot cisli and will sell at prices tlu le-
fy competition. Thanking our customers for past favors, we solicit your
trade in tho future and assure you we will never mistreat you in any war.
Come aud sec us.
117 GIIANj) AVE., OKLAHOMA CITY
Office and Perirunem
C- D. SMIThDR-^
j'TJTD. W. PRYER. MNG'iR.
Our salesman will call on you. Please save us your orders, or mail them
to Judd W. Pryor, Oklahoma City, where they will receive prompt attention.
Our facilities for fitting out opening stocks are unequaled. We manu-
facture Drug, Saloon, Hank ami Jewelers' outili 1 - complete. Call on or a.in
us before buying. Lin. Oil wareroom Vo. 202 Main street. Pure oil at
market price with less freight rate. W V complete line of samples.
Rooms i and 20 First National Hank building, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
teen on a joint ballot, so at least
forty democrats must have voted for
Senator Harris, in view of the late-
ness of the hour and the wishes of sev-
Uniontown, Pa., April 11.—The indi-
cations last night were that tho army
of peat- •. marching overland in the in-
terest of Coxev'sroad bills, would leave i
Direct frorr Illinois, o Also a few
eral senators, acceded to a request this city on the mountain trip to-day j
from Mr. Hale to go into executive at noon at least 200 strong. There have |
n many desertions in the past two
days and a number of discharges. (Jen.
Coxey believes the erucial test has ar-
rived, and he does not care to make the !
perilous trip to Cumberland with men j
who inay endeavor to stir up discord. ]
session, after which the sen ite ad-
journed until 13 o'clock to-day.
Washington. April 11.—There was a
question when the house met yesterday
is to the order of business. An at-
tempt was made to consider some sen-
ate amendments to a bridge bill, when
Mr. Heed urged the house must pro-
eed to vote on the motion to dis-
charge the warrants issued to
the sergeant at-arms under tho
(solution of March 19 for
the absentees. The motion came over
from last Saturday. Mr. Reed contend-
ed that the house presented an unseem-
ly spectacle, as members were under
threat of arrest, aud that the report of
the sergeant-at-armsshould be disposed
of as a matter of privilege affecting its
members. Finally, by agreement, it
was decided to allow the whole subjeet
to go over until to-day.
Bills were passed for tho protection
of game in the Yellowstone park, and mentioned.
for tho punishment of crime in the ('nVv)' hones
park by the extension of the law and , i/:,t °n democrats, <>.
jurisdiction of the Wyoming United! ' h° board of sn po re-
states district court to its territory; to , cdl.V republican, as ti. "_llVllWn
grant chief justices in the territories beard from and is y
power to appoint commissioners to
The R«tam show Unit tho II«>mo<rMtle
TlcUi't Wu* Indented.
Ai.BAnv, N. Y . April 1« —The re-
turns showed that the dcmoc/atic
ticket had been defeated by a tremend-
ous majority in favor of the pure elec-
tion p"ty, composed of republicans,
und independent democrats.
Orin K Wilson, republican, is elected
mayor by 8,424 majority, the two alder-
mcn-at-larjre are republican and bon-
est. election party respectively.
In the common council there will bo
seven republicans, flvo h most election i
m-• ii, five organization democrats bo- I
i-he two aldermen-at-large above
rd of supervisors (city j
ction party, 11; organ- |
>rs is undoubt- j
try is to bo i
f il, i Sales every (lay, ala) do Co imissi >n Selling,
, TOZEOnT TE2T CATE.
Broadway, opposite Postoffice, Oklahoma City, 0. T.
take proof of land cases. The house
then went into committee of tho whole
and resumed consideration of the post
ofHoe appropriation bilL Without act-
ing on the amendments the committee
arose and at 5 o'clock adjourned.
WMntH tho Mlllthi Laws ItovUed.
Topkka, Kan., April u. —(*ov. Low-
elling is in favor of a revision of the
Kansas military laws He says the
militia is wholly unreliable, and at no
time can a company or regiment be or-
ganized in such a way as to inakc it
safe for the governor to call upon It to
enforce the laws.
A Plwtppoliii nieut to Smith.
Kansas Citv, Kan., April 11.—Tho
Smith libel case attracted another largo
crowd in the Wyandotte county district
court yesterday. Tho audience was
composed mostly of ward politicians
who had assembled to hoar the popu-
lists' manner of handling boodle aired
in a court of justice. The spectators
were bn: 'v disappointed, and so was
Smith, the defendant, as no direet tes-
timony was given to the effect that
ltruidrnthal, chairman of tho populist
state central committee, had been of-
fered 12,500 by King aud t^uarles.
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growers. Don't delay, but write for prices at once. A trial order will oon-
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In flnost Btteu upKiom in th) oily. 'OP AND CJIjO UV.IM
fal jirb. r work imrmtojl ^o.ilo'. hla'it hn^, ojraar ur .1-
tway and M« n stree.
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