The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 267, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 11, 1893 Page: 1 of 4
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Ovt'tCH OP 1'UIILICATION ! llARKIiON AVUNtlH
OUTHRfE OKLAHOMA AVKDKESDAJ' .UOltfSM NO OCTOBER 11 18913.
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The most popular most reliable the cheapest and buskst place in town.
As we said in our opening "ad" vehae the will and the va) to build
up a business that Guthrie and ourselves will be proud of a business
conducted in all respects on the same principle ideas ml basis as
business is in any large city. The cash bujing public can always find
leliable bargains at this house the only strictly
Cast Buying and Cash Selling j
ONE-PRICli HOUS1' in Guthrie where nothing is misrepresented and
in every case satisfaction is guaranteed. If goods are not satisfactory
money will be refunded if returned in a saleable condit.on.
Is hardly begun but we have personally visited the markets cash in
hand twice this season searching for bargains. Come ml the results:
io pieces double width fig-
ured dress goods all colors
worth so. fall price 14c.
20 pieces double fold diag-
onal cheviots half wool
cheap at 25c fall price 19c.
25c English cashmeres 36
inches wide wool filling new-
est shades sold in this town
for 30c. Our fall price 25c.
40-inch alt-wool Henrietta
new fall shades sold in this
"town for 65c. Our fall price
45-inch all wool silk Hen-
rietta generally sold for Si.
Our fall price 75c.
Ladies' tan cloth jackets all
sizes like sample $10.50.
I.adie.-' black cloth jackets
fur trimmed 54.50.
Ladies' tan cloth jackets
Ladies' cloth capes $2.98 and upwards.
We have a large stock of novelty fall dress children's Newmarket
ulsters 98c upwards.
100 doen World's fair handkerchiefs embroidered in bilk worth 25c.
Special price two for 15c.
Ladies' fast-black ribbed top "Topsy black" hoic worth 35c for 25.
Ladies' trimmed felt hats at half price 39c to 1.257-
200 doen Ladies' felt hats 10c each.
One Price Cash House.
THE BONETTA WRITINS MACHIN
THE LATEST INVENTION OUT.
The Honelta Writing Machine is the most complete and most simple
writing machine out. It is so simple that most
ANY CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
livery merchant every teacher and cery school child should lave
one. No family should be without one of these machines. It will
write sixty words a minute. We will send one of these machines com-
plete to anv address on the receipt of $1.00. Oood for thirty das only
at this price. Agents wanted throughout the vtst.
THE BONETTA WRITING MACHINE CO.
84 Market St. Chicago III.
$1.00 per Day.
S. FRAZIER Proprietor I
Newly Furnished Throughout.:
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
NICK CLIvN 1JKDS. HKS1' MKALS IN TI IK CITY.
Reopened for Business!
Rates $1.00 $1.25
NICE CLEAN HOOMS. DEST MEALG IN THE CITY.
MRS. D. BLUBAUGH Propriotross.j
Ilk IS t" l.i il
$5-00 per Week.
AND oO OKNT
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iss Io b
THE MISSOURI Sl'NATOR
AGAINST 3ILVKR ItRPKAL.
CRITICISES SECRETARY CARLISLE.
r.tirirlr 1 UiiU it llriiinirjllc Scrretnry l
thu I riiiimuy Mioulil Iti'ilrciu In (iulil
Hut Mlcr l'crtllli'iiti'4 Itrpi'ul
liin Art nl IHllll unit No .Mnro
Sllwr Will tin I nliiril (or
Vi'Asm.vtiTos-. Out. 10. In the sen.ito
yesterday afternoon Mr. Co?UnU of
llssourl spoke noyiinst tlio ivniml bill.
ltiffrrliir to the (luiuonuti.uttou of
silver in 173 Mr. (.'oenrell usberted
Unit Mr. Shcruuin lcucw that tlio bill
If passed would ileniuautlo stiver.
All others hail disavowed the Itnowl-
edsje while Mr. Sherman never had.
IK declared his belief that Senator
Sherman hud introduced hi bill of the
last congress for the repeal of the
Sherman net for the purpose of in-
ilucnciiiK the tietlon of the Jtrussels
conference then in session. At any
rate the introduction of the bill was
for that purpose lie. criticised the
action of the .secretary of the treasury
In redeeming in jro'd 111 1 silver cer-
tificates. He was surprised that 11
Democratic secretary of the treasury
had pursued this course.
After referring to the means
adopted to create n sentiment in the
country in favor of repeal and of u
special sesilnu of congress Mr.
CocUrell in his descriptive manner
s.iid after a pause: "Wo have no elec-
tions coming on tliii full and we have
now an abundance of leisure on our
hinds. Congress his bean convened
and here we are. (Laughter. And
no unconditional repeal at the demand
and holiest of foreign gold rings and
The discussion having turnel It lli-i
general subject of the rrdcnipllon of
silver celt li n'.es. 11 colloquy occurred
between Messrs. CiK-ltrell Mcl'lierson
Vest and Teller as to whether these
cci tilirates weie redeemed in gold.
'In M'ltl- the ipiestion Mr. Teller
offered a resolution which was agreed
t c tiling for information us to
whether silver dollars or silver coin
certilieutes have b -en redeemed In or
exihanyed by the treusuiy department
for gold or paper which li law or
practice of the government Is redeem-
able tu gold
Mr to. Urell said that with the act
of is'.u) rejeaied it was almost certain
that no amount of silver lull lion would
be coined and there would be left In
the treasury a hoard of silver metal.
It teemed essential that then: should
lie added to the (lending bill an ex-
press requ reuient to eoln sueh bul-
lion. Without concluding his speech
Mr CocUiuIl ut r:n) yielded to a mo-
t 011 for an executive session.
Mr. Dolph l!e nullum of Oregon
offered a re.silution which went over
calling upon the secretary of state for
information as to whether China has
requested an extension of the time for
the registration of Chinese laborers In
this country as required by the act of
May ." 18'J' or has give-i tlio I'nited
States any assui'iiucu that if the time
for such 'registration shnild Im ex-
tended Lhinese lab irers would regis-
ter and taUe out cjrtltlcates. Ho said
subsequently that he understood there
had been no such request or assurance
The senate then went intoexecutlvo
tcinion after which it aljonrned.
IJUMOCKATs IX C.VUCII
The TurUer i:iocttia lllll tu lie Aineiiil-
pit In tlio hmiuti.
Wasiiixo'ion Oct. 10. The decree
nf the Democratic caucus of the house
last night was that the Tnalcer bill
repealing every vestige of the federal
election laws except one statute
shoul 1 be passed to-day. Over HO
uiuiiiters u ere present A sentiment
existed In thu caucus notably among
soiiieoftlieXorthe.il Democrats led
b Mr. Klteh and Mr. Springer In
favor of leaving on tlio statute boohs
the declaratory statutes regarding the
fourteenth and tlfteenth umendiu -nts
on the ground that It would look bad-
ly for the Democratic congress to blot
out all federal elrc.lou laws.
1 1 was also discovered that a stray
statute (.-i.ftSS) not included In those
repealed permitted interference of
troops at the polls. The general sen
timeut echoed by Mr. Tuelcer llourhe
Loclciuu and 1'allersoii o leuuessee
In strong speeches
was for p.issin"
tied so as to in-
the Tueh-r bill moditi
elude the stray No. 5..W8. Speaker
Crisp however calle I utteullon to the
fact owing to the peculiar parlia-
mentary situation resulting fro n
the special order under which the
house was operating 110 amendments
were In order to-day save such as
hail already been offered the substi-
tute of Chairman Fitch and the
amendments of Mr. liunows and
1 It was decided unanimously to pass
the Tucker bill as il stands and have
It amended in the senate.
orUXlNU 1IIH XTltll'
Hie ItfMiiltitloii C.illliis lor nil liiTitlu
Hull ul Hid Mi'IIiuJ t'oimlilernil.
Wasih.noiov Ojt 10. The com-
mittee on public lands yesterday con-
sidered the lliuUou resolution calling
for Inv.-stig ition of tin inothods of
the opening of the Cherokee strip.
Assistunt Alt rnoy Uon.-nil Hall of
the Interior department roipiestod to
be heard on the subject of the chungc
of ordur In oponlng the strip. lie will
be heard Wednesday. Mr. Laeey
Uopubllcan of Iowa move. I that thu
resolution calling for an investigation
be' reported favorably. The Republi-
cans favored the motion und tho
Democrats seemed opposed on the
ground that specific acts had not been
furnished to warrant an Investigation
It Is A pee ted the division will be on
raised the poii't before tlm roinrnltt3
that the interior department had gone
behind a decision rendered by Anslst-
ant Secretary Chandler during Noble's
regime in which it was held that lha
wives and children of allotters could
not bo permitted to elect land at
option but must ionf no themselves
to tins properly iiiiprmeu uy me nrmi
of the family. He claims ilmt tin
wives and children nf allotters wore
permitted to select lands on the rail-
roads and have other advantages.
This the Interior department desires
ITllllcil Stnlr aiiiriiiin Om I.
Wabiiixuion. Oct 10 The I'nltod
Slates supremo court begun its Ucto-
lior term yesterday. All the Justices
were on the bench. Among the dis-
tinguished people present were the
attorney general o'f llrent llrltain
Hlchard Webster Senators Lindsay
llawley Davis and Palmer Ueprcscn-
tatlve S.iyers Attorney (loneral
Olney Justice Strong (retired) ex-
I'oimIimi Kutiiilupm fur Kihm.
Washington OjU 10 I'ensl n c-
nialncrs were unpointed yesterday as
follows: Cowley county Drs. C. 12.
l'ttgh W. 11. . Mansnr. .lames W.
Sparks; Iteno Drs. V. li. llrowu. .J.
W. McOulre and li 15. Wilson; Wash-
ington Dr. !'. 1'. Stapleton.
0:ir Legal II.liiclui ai
KlllliiZ In Allium I.
ItlllMlNOllAM Ala . Oct 10. Will
Laeey colored aged 1). was hanged
at Jasper yesterday. II assaulted
Mrs. MedrAW a white woman agjd
00 at Chickasaw Minus Walker coun-
ty six months ago. Two attempts
wero made to lynch him but the olll-
ccra outwitted the tnoU On the gal-
lows he dellantly confossod.
At Hiorlvillc Henry county last
night. Miss Farmer daughter of .1. T.
Far ner was suddenly awakened by a
colored man in her room Shonere:iiucd
und he lied. A possee started in ur-
"suit Karly this morning the house
of John Davis colored who proved to
be the man was Hiin.iunded and ho
was captured. Fn loute to jail ho at-
tem ted to escape wlierupon his
body vn riddled with bullets.
Attt olinll Airlvt-H III ( li rugo.
Cllir.ao Oct 10. Charles Mitchell
and dtiu Hall tha prize lighters
arrived in Chicago yesterday In
speaking of his light Willi Coi-bett
Mitchell said: "1 have become
satisfied that we can tight it out toll
finish at Coney Island. There will he
no interference from the authorities
and the men behind the club guaran-
tee me fair play. I have not yet
made up my mind where I will train
but I will probably train near silt
water When we get Into the ring
there will be lighting 'there will be
no slow work so far as 1 am con-
Kt'ltpsu of tlio 1111.
San Fuancibco Wot "to). The an-
nual phase of eolip) of sun yester-
day ptisscd diagonally through the
l'licific ocean in a general southeist-
erly direction nearly parallel with
the western eoast of South Amuriiu
and extending fiom a point about 00)
miles south of the Aleutian islands at
Minrit.j to Lima. Peru at sunset In
this city the eclipse was only partial
and at the tlm 1 of greatest observa-
tion siv-tentlis of the sun's diameter
or nearly one-half of the area of tha
disc was obscured.
IliittPil to Di-utli.
Skdvi.IA Mo .Oct. in. .lohn Woods
an old man aged 70 yours died ye tor-
d iv af terno in at Ills home near Tipton
from a singular causj. A week ago
I last Saturdiy he was attacked by a
year old put ram which had enjoyed
the fieedom of the yard about thu
reside ce since it was a lamb The
ram saw th old man sitting in a
stooping position and accepting the
supposed challenge butted him in the
small of the back knocking him pros-
trate. Kx-ll.mk C'.taliliir Airn.toil.
Ni:v.l)A Mo Oct 10. Sheriff
Setoghein arrested O. K. Caldwell
av-ciishlcr of tlu defunct Citizms
bank af this city in Kansas City and
brought him here last night Thu
arrest was made upon information
filed some lime ago by Charles Triim-
iner charging Caldwell while cashier
of the late Citizens' bank with rec' ly-
ing of him the sum of S70) at a time
when he knew thu bank to be Insol-
vent or In a failing condition.
L ndo.v Oct 10. The Times corrc-
sp indent from llangkok says that
s nee M. De Vlllers the French special
envoy left there everything has been
quiet Dispatches from French sources
J" "' l'""g ffivo alnrming accounts
' t'10 condition of affairs in Tomiuln.
nicy siato tiiat a ueciuoii icenng oi
Insecurity exists lu that country and
that this' feeling is cjutuutly Increas-
ing. MWioiirl siiiiriuiia Court.
t r..... i.. r .. i..t.
I .1 r.t i ii"ii.s iiii .uu. vji 111. iiihii
dlv slops of the s'ipreine court con
1 veiled at U o'clock to-day There uro
about 100 eases on the docket half of
1 will h will be called this month and
tin) remainder lu .laninry This
le ives 330 cases vet on the dojkit so
in all there are ab.itit .)) .-usei t j bo
Volnil lu At'i-flit u Ho liietliiu.
I'aducaw Ivy. Out 10. Tlm voto of
Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern
employes hus been canvassed It Is
overwhcjuilngly in favorof the accept-
ance of thu reduction of ten per cent
until business improves.
Killed lijr u lriiii!iiii lluttiiiuil.
Han Fit v. sci sco. Out. 10. Mrs. Sarah
Collins the mother of. two children.
was yesterday lltorallv cut to pieces
! with a knife in the hands of hor
1 drunken husband from whom she has
I been separated. The iiiuidoror e-
IV II llcJil III IVncuii.
Clinton- Mo. Oct 10 -Abjut KuiO
yesterday morning Thomas L De-
Witt of Lamont Mo . fell deil lie
was in a wagon with his sister and
brother iu-luw. enrouto to Webb City
lo visit their
lather ami uroiucrs.
trtEMFNlOOUB OUTPOURING OF
PEOfM t: AT TUB fAIR.
731464 PA1B ADMISSIONS TAKEN IN
The I'lMiple C.i ino l'roni IStrffntiepa nail
I timitiiiiili em c ntiiticlleil lo slee! In
.sttili-Mii)v llettiiiriiiit mill lintel
Ollll'l'. 1 Iib I ti'irU ut Iliu
1) i mill i:oiilni; Iiiimmb
Inu &iviio4 I'ri'it-nteili
Ciiir.tno Oct 10 At day brenk yc-
terdny there w-erc score of people
about the gates of the world's fnir
grounds and when the ticket takers
went to their place Ik scores had
grown lo thousands. The p. lid admis-
sions were 7.11 illA
The people came from uvery direc-
tion. Thousands weru compelled to
sleep in slairwars restiuinnts anil
hotel otttce last night as the city wuk
eoniidetcly (Hied and cots were at a
premium Tinin loads of ponp e wore
deposited down town and In the expo-
sition district this morning.
While the people were scrambling
lhrougli the g.ite. Simon l'okagon.
the l'otlnwaloiiiie chief and .lohn
Voting sou of the Indian who named
Chicago rang the new liberty bell
They wero intioiiuced by Mi.s lhiiuia
C. Sickls of 1'inu Kidge.
At noon every avenue was (llled
with a restless moving throng and
the Midway as well as the approaches
thereto was black With people. It
was almost impossible to pass tliiough
the buildings. At the entrances great
numbers wore massed and there was a
crush to get In that continued hour in
and hour out.
The icstauranls were wholl- Inade-
quate t- serve tho hungry Half of
the people carried luueli basic -is.
Downtown bus.no-s houses wore
locked up Saturday night not to b. re-
opened until to-day Merchants
purchased tickets for their employes
Lverybody was in holiday attire and
Chicago was at her bes.
The decorations at the fair were
superb. Kroin the llagstafTsof the big
buildings keeping company with the
stars and stripes tho colors of every
nation waved. The state building-'
weie loaded with bunting and Hags
lu many instances Mowers were
banked about the doors.
it was 10 o'clock when the t hlcigi
hussais under command o" upturn
liritlid eiiteicd the grounds at the
west end of Midway. As thu ioni-
pnny made a tour of tho groinds
llattery I) under tin illrceli u of
Lieutenant ltussell was l'iriiig.a r.alnle
on the lake front Dunking the grand
basin and stationed on tho peristyle.
Administration Manufactures and
Agricultural buildings trumpeters in
iieraldV uniform p lived a short fan-
fare of peace and then in unison
'I'ouee on enrth good will to men.''
Combined bands numbering several
hundred musicians played the air of
"All Nations." It was a grand spec-
tacle Tho lu-lght of enthusiasm was
leached however when a chorus of
.'0)0 vol -es under the direction of
Professor Tomliiis sa ig "Tlirt Star
Spangled I'uunei. ' The refrain was
taken no by thousands of people und
astho binsrei-i executed tlu notci the
bands twellcd the volume to an ex-
tent rarel hcaid. Then the choir
sang southern airs includind "l)ilc
hand'' "Maryland" and "Kontueky
Home." ' Columbia (ioiuof the Ocean"
was then sung and the united bands
marched from tlm giand pla.a to the
west entrance of the Administration
building Here SO-) voices directed by
Professor Tomlin-i sin '. "Dio Watch
Am Ithein" ' Tho Marseillaise"' and
other airs. rjTho morning exercises
were closed by an exhibit o.i drill in
tlio stock pavl Ion by the Chicago
Thu court of honor presented tin Im-
pos ng scene in tho afteriioju. There
was a grand reunion of states repre-
sented b youths and in li lens till at
tired in appropriate costumes smbolio
of the status which lluy represented.
Chicago's guard of honor was com-
I risen of youths representing the
thirtv-four wards of tho city each
bearing a huge side d on which wus
inscribed the word "Welcome." Fol-
lowing tlioni were thirteen pretty
misses representing I ho thirteen ori-
ginal states of tli3 1'nion. Thev car-
ried shields and olive branches and
each wore u crown which was sur-
mounted bv a large g.lt star. Then
followed thu dlil'erent states of the
I'nion with shields on which wero the
name und motto of tho statu and thu
day of its ud mission to the t'nion
riiigs sheaves of wheat and flowers
galore weie carried by the children.
Chicago in Hor (irowth Welcoming
tho World" was tho title of the night
pageant in eelebraion of Chicagj
day. The sentiment portrayed in tuc
parado was the giowth of Chicago
from tho lime of tho Hist white settle-
ment to tho present period Light
flouts wero designed and prepa-ed un-
der direction of a special .u niu.ttcc
appointed b the city council of Chi
entfo. Tho Jlrst suvon of these em
bodied all states of advancement made
by tho city from 1ST.' to lstu. Lacli
event wus made ti chapter in the-
In addition to those telling what
Chicago hud done there were floats
from all the foreign horn lesldeuts
tho subjects of which presented in
chronological order all of tho discover-
ies which built ui thu hab.tation of
the Western world. llreat ilritnin
Sweden lleruiany Italy. France
Denmark Poland and Norway all
took part in the review and tho
floats of tho various countries present-
ed their champions' deeds in lifelike
Tlio evening flrowor'cs ills lay was
devoted to Chicago. The large piece
was entitlod The lliirning of Chi-
cago.' and covered 110)0 bimaro feet
produced in four scenes tho first
Sirs. O'Leary's cow; soeoud the kick-
ing over the lamp; third tho fire
starting from thence giving a realistic
view of tho burning of the city;
fourth tho p'etu enf Chicago lu ruins.
According to treasury department
figures 120 nubile buildings are being
constructed or have been authorized
at u total cost of 3S 203.731. It i be-
lieved that the piesent congress will
n jt puss any new budding bills.
& ml Jk MJlMM
3 3. Cd
for i'htHl u'ar. Now is tlu- luu to trot i ami 1'isciis.t hnii.li V Hftiir. i.
(lMalmiiia awnue i tin ttlaie 'llii ni 1 .1 iiurdioii hlmut w li ii ilioi.ii
htiran counts .mil (Klahnia lut IIht' isn't t ni for ill hal .v t 1
WVAX 111 (tiillif to KcIuhi' rilUt'stntldlh 111 k.h- 1h.1i tit 1k'-1 x br
ahaH to 1h hail at ti stur Noiif nl mn inuiuiMr w 1h futtnu 1j(l
miIu1m anil Yoinur aiuitu .1 i hutiT f a lnitir tit ith wWx sit h- 'or
stnrr tliaii tli' an Hm-u hen. Stiih tlnraMi I1 tminir ami lMmUonic
al a higher iirict than w ait- off. inii: but at our licni'- H.e .tr tlotitilv
I IK IMF OKI.
109 HARRISON AVENUE
Everything in the DRUG LINE.
Prescriptions Filied Day or Night-
Furniture Queensware anil Cutlery !
CHEAPEST PLACE OH EARTH.
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
113 OKLAHOMA AVENUE. 113
A cool and refreshing beverage. Pure and
undulterated. For sale through-
out the city.
A full line of Books. Stationary News Office and
Supplies always on hand.
LOOK HERE !
I Am Here to Stay I
If you tiro In wantof tlio Celebrated Clnclnuati Safe l-'iro i-r ltmglor I'roof
or l-'iro and liurtflur Proof;
If you uro in wunt of tho Colebruted Amerlcuu Holpmato Siiit-f Ki New
Homo Sewing Machine;
If you uro lu want of HIeycles mid Trliycles sueh us tlio colel.iistfd lu periul
Klnjf of Scorchers tlio l-'owlor tlio Oriel tho l'luunlx t' e lontial tlit'
Warwick the Koad Kin? tlio Telegram tho Telephone the- I'mri' thu
Traveler tho Netv Mall and tlio Houd (jueen lllcyclet. ut whole ale uml
retail como and got my prices at 100 Ii Olcluhoinu ave. tiutuilc Ok. ler
EL H. KNAUSS
The English Kitchen
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OP THE BEST in the CITY
Rates $1.25 Per Day. .Board Reasonable
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MOM A A I.M 1
A G HIXN Prop'r
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