The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 252, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 28, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 2S lHO'A
The Leader Picture Gallery.
DUN REPORTS THEM SL1QHTLY
THE GOLD EXPORTS HAVE-CEASED.
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Quito nXtimuor of MHM'llnTe (loin Into
Opernlluu mitl tint Dnm.in I fur l'co-
ducts In lletter Thnii It Him llaou
Mo; of tlio lliiio TtiU Vxnr
l'rlraj of l'lirni l'rutluiti
Nnw YortK Oct. 27. Tlio II. O.
Dim & Ca's Weekly Review of Trade
Bays: Engrossing poHtlc.il excite-
ment in many of the states causes a
natural slackening in soino kinds ot
business but on the whole business
indications are rather more favorable
than they wore a week ago. (Jold ox-
ports havo ceased quito a numbor of
mills havo gone into operation and
the dcmanJ for products if not equal
to that of prosperous years is bolter
than it has been most ot the time
this year. f
Tlio prico ot farm products do not
improve much and there are still
noma strikes to resist reduction of
wages so that tho purchasing power
of tho pcoplo can not havo materially
Increased but there is a more hope
f!ul spirit which promotes greater
activity. On the other hand tho re-
cord of past transactions is somewhat
less favorable than of late. I'uyments
Ihroutrh tlio principal clearing hou-cs
throughout tho countrj- show u de-
crease of 1.3 per cunt compared with
last year and a decreaso of '.1.0 per
cent compared with tho same week
in 18'J2. tho decrease for four weeks
Icing 20.8 per cont.
Cotton lias bold for ii.81 cents for
middling uplands and tlio largo re-
ceipt at such low prices indlcato
clearly that the crop will at least bo
close to the largest if not the largest
Tho wheat markot is lower and
nothing appears to justifv any im-
portant chance. West rn receipts
have been 4810 571 biibhelu against
15270 0:i Inst year and Atlantic ex-
ports only 584203 bushels against
10000(10 last year. Corn is higher
without any very clear reason and it
is noteworthy that at the same time
pork is 75 cents lower; lard 35 cents
per 100 pounds nnd hogs 40 cents low-
er. Tho contrast Indicates how llttlo
tho provision market depends at pres-
ent on natural relations of supply and
fc Tho demand for wool is not as
largo n it has been and while prices
havo scarcely changed for two weeks
bales nrj but 1.301250 pounds against
!5.778750 in 1602 and for four wo-ks
10451740 pounds against 23744750 In
1892. l'rices woro put down before
the new tariff took offoot so that re-
sults of fordgn competition are felt
mainly In reduced sales of some do-
Tho failures for tho weok were 231
in tho L listed States against 3"2 last
year and C2 in Canada ualtist 44 last
Nkw Yoiik Oct. 27. Tho following
table compiled by llradstreot's show
tlio clearances at tho cities named
it ml tho percentage of increaso
or decrease as compared withtho cor
responding week last yoar:
some months ngo nita at mat nifto'iio
had not fully dotormlnotl as to where
he would make his futtiro home.
Itoport of tho Agricultural Depirtnmnt
for Com for October.
Washington Oct 2T. -October re-
turns to tho depnrtmont of agricul-
ture makn tho poncial condition of
corn 04.2 against 0.1.4 last month.
Tho October condition in the yoar
1881 was GO per ot-ttt tho lowest up to
lhatdato shown br any ofUctul record.
The yield per ncio of that year was
1S.0 bush -Is. The Indicated yield par
aero for this year from a condition of
02.4 is IS. J bushols per acre.
Kcnmlns of tluttlos I.imi:ir ICrlnlrrrml
OxFonn M ss. Oct. 27. The re-
mains ot the lata L. Q. C. Lamar as-
sociate justice 6f tlio United States
supreme court arrived from Macon
On. last night and were rointerrcd
hero to-day. The funeral sorvlcos wero
held in the Methodist church and
wero conducted by tho Itev. J. E.
Leonard Poland accidentally shot
and killed his bister Minnie near
Tho statement is made that in a
few days Everett P. Whcolor the
mugwump candidate for governor "An
New York will bo withdrawn.....
THE AQUIA CREEK ROBBER.
Cltlui Clearings Ino pea
Knn-in City tuiui mij- ii.u
Omalis 49Wi 2.6
Denver .t 2tWIW 25.1 ....
St Joseph I.3JT.WI
Lincoln tU'W S4 .. ..
Wliilitta smsn 11.1
Topclta 07.6VJ !S.l ....
NO LETTER FROM CROVER.
IMorjnn noil Mn;.inneltt Aro One In-
ilrnt lltett I17 u l'liotojr.ipli.
Nf.KI.YVII.I.K. Mo Oct. 27. Wlion
the people of UiIh quiet littlo city
red of the bold hold-up and express
robbery at Aqula Creek they little
thought that tho leader ot the
desperadoes was 0110 of their most
Charles A. .Morgan an 1 his hand-
some young wife havo been residence
of Ncelyvillo for the past two years.
Morgan would frequently be gone for
a month or two at a time but tho pco'
pic here thought nothing of it. and
no one (inspected that he was other
than a man of property who could
alTort to tuke a little pleasure trip at
The lit st connection between Mor-
gan of Ncelcyvillc and Morgantleld
was buspocted by Chief of Police
Charles Flanagan when Morganflold
was found with his leg broken near
Cincinnati. Mr. Flan.igau at ouco
took steps to confirm his suspicion.
The identification was complete last
night when ho received a piiotograpu
from the chief of pollen of Cincinnati
of Morganfield as he lay on tho couch
at the city hospital.
Morgan left hero nearly two months
ugo and not even his wife know
where lie was and had not heard
from him since he left t'pon being
questioned she said she thought
nothing strange at not hearing from
him as he was not in the habit of
writing homo when ho was off on a
Mrs. Morgan is a lady 'n evory par-
ticular and is much dismissed at the
accusations against her hu.sband say-
ing that "Charley had to.) Much sense
to do such 11 thing "
Since Morgan has livod hero he lias
mado many friends. Quiet and gen
tle in demeanor lie-was always r aJy
to accommodate and the people can
scarcely credit tho statement that ho
would commit Mich a tl.'eil.
While they ndinit Hint Morgan and
Morganfield aro one and tho same
they still think that there mutt bo
some giievous mislnkt and that ho
was not connected with the tobbery.
If Morgantleld or Morgan is found
to bo the robber without a doubt his
double life and cunning will piraUul
that of the James bov.s Morgan
while at home was htrlelly temperate
Cayltig his dotits promptly mid it is
cliovcd that he hits considerable
Binder Clr.lllriiKBl O'Honnell
Kansas Citv Mo. Oct 27. Chain-
pion Corbelt last night received ti
telegram from W. A. Urady announc
ing that Peter Mahor the Irish chain-
ion had posted a lorioit 01 Jj.iuu in
ew voile tor a niaicit wuti stovo
Vs. L. HALLCi K.
City Sup. iitiinidi ik of S -liuols Oklaliimi r H .
I't .mSerly sOklahnina illustrated. -Copyrighted.
Clotelaml'a Intention In llegard to tb
CampalKii u Profound .Myatsry.
Washington Oct 27. No authori-
tative information can bo obtained
hero respecting tho direct question as
to the president's purpeso to wrlto or
not to wrlto a letter announcing his
desire that all Democrats should
earnestly support tho Democratic
state ticket in Now York. Neverthe-
less it is tho opinion of many of his
friends that ho will not in any way
Intorfore in tho New York campaign
With roferenco to the president
registering or voting one of his
closest friends mado tho statement
that Mr. Cloveiand had no legal resi-
dence In Now York and could not le-
gally regist -ror vote there. Mr.Oeve-
land himself it is understood has said
that his legal restdonco is in
Washington. It can bo stated further
that at tho expiration of Mr. Cleve-
land's present term ho will not again
take tin his rosldenco in Now York.
This btatement was mado Jv lm
O'DonnslI tho big Australian for a
battle for S2.500 or $10000 a side to
take placo In February. After a con-
sultation with O'Douncll Corbett
wired ltrady that Stove was willing
to inako a match with Mahor to take
place at about tho sumo time that is
bet for the Corbctt-FltzsimmonH light
and that ho will write full partlcultrs
as to the side bet in c.isu the time for
tho fight is satisfactory to Mahor.
A HI? Factory for Neoilotlia.
Nf.odksii a Kak. Oct. 20. Last
night the citizens of Ncodesea held a
meeting to consider a proposition
of Deck nnd Ford of Fort
Scott to orcct n sugar nnd
paper factory at this placo to cost be-
I twecn $300000 ami 8100000 and uso
2500 tons of sorghum cane. To-day
tho required number of acres will be
canlraclcd for which will insure tho
erection of tho plant.
Cull on Lllloy &. 1'ul.en for Donald
son' pure Kentucky hand mado sour
mash bourbon 1 1 b lm
Washington Out 27. Tho
service commission has received
a postmaster lit Washington state a
copy of a circular from tho Democrat-
ic committee levying an assessment
of S3 on each pistmaster. I' has tho
heading of tho committee and is
signed by Chirles l)j France secreta-
ry. It states that "tho committee
having had uudor consideration tho
necessity and ways and moans of
raising funds for tlio campaign have
concluded that those who aro onjoy-
iug the benefits ot Demooratle suc-
cess in the past should contribute to
tho expenses of the prosontcaiupalgii.
Tlio committee therefore asaessod
Condition of Olslnlioiui II.mlM.
Wasiii.notox Oct. 27. An abstract
of the condition of the national banks
ot Oklahoma at the close of business
on October 2 shows the avorag.i re-
sorvo to havo been 3(1411 percent
against 47.08 per cont on duly 13.
Loans and discounts increased iti that
period from $Jj0U17 to 3301030.
Stock and securities docrva60(l from
6117.003 to SN7HS3. tiold coin de
creased from $13 32- to 332 (Wl. Law-
ful monoy roservo decreased from
5100841 to Sso.730. Individual de-
posits decrease I from J .'3733 to
Largo HcRlttr itlnn ut Topnlcl.
Toveka Kan. Oct. 37. The 'regis-
tration books of tlio city ot Topoko
closed at 10 o'clock last night allow-
ing a total registration of 8.03J
voters. J Ills is tlio largest rogisira
tion in tlio history of tho city.
1 11 in lumen t rolltlcluir Ml I Mile.
Cot.UMitUK Ind. Oct 27.- Daulol
McClinlock for four yours trttatoo of
Clifly tcviiship and defeated cnndl-
d.ito for tlio Demooratle nomination
for county auditor committed suicide
this morning by taking poison at his
homo in Nowburg. Ho is known to
be $1000 or $5000 short In his town-
ship accounts and to have forgod a
noto for $30 and one for $25 a few
ruclorliM Clone 111 Moltlulnr' lleluilf.
IlociiKSTKit N. Y. Oct 27. An en-
thusiastic crowd greeted Governor
McKinlcy in Rochester yontorday. A
large stand had been ofoctod 011
Franklin square from which ho bpoku
for thirty minutes. Many of tho fac-
tories of tho citv had shut down and
tho workingmen wero present at tlio
ICiirIUIi UocroM for Air. I'ujrnl.
London Oct. 27. It Is stale J that
tho universities ot Oxford and un
bridge will confer honorary dogrees
upon United States Ambassador
Thomas F. Ilayard when he returns
to this city from tho United Stales.
One Hundred ami l'lva Yearn Old
Lewistok III. OcL 27. Mrs. Chris
tiana Ilorkor who is 105 years old
celebrated her birthday to-day. H 10
has 400 descendants and in It. fair
CAN'T WORSHIP IN PEACE.
SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS SYS-
LARGE AMOUNT OF HONEY STOLEN.
Juit How Mnch Will Vul Ho KltoiTU
Until the InvcmlRntlon ItiM Hceu
Completed Not the MljjIitoU
Clue a to Honr the llohhrrjr
1b Accompli hod Au-
thorities In the DarU.
A riAliitioiiKrr Cnu mm Trouhlo In the
Iluulii of hitlvntloii.
KniToit Lkaiikii: dust a word of ex-
planation in regard to the article that
appeared in the Capital ot tho 23th.
1 ho statement Hint Mr. Yciihos had
Mr. Spenct'r's delivery wagon and was
maKitig 11 delivery is faifco The party
hnd his own horso nnd enrt and was
ou-hls way homo. Also tho statement
that we had tho street blocked Is not
t'tie. Other carriages wero Driving
around us without any trouble whit-
ecr. Mr Yenltos otartcd to drive
through the rants. I at ouee told hlm
in a gentleinnly way to wall just a
moment or turn a littlo ti one side
He did not seem to core and gotangry
I at ont-c look hold of the bridle rein
to prevent injury to the ladles just in
front of the horse. Ho then used very
bad language; also broke my violin
with the stub end of a buggy whip
Afterward he struck mo several times
wlllt nil the strength he had leaving
lite ltiiirltR of tho whip on my body.
Wo aro plnd that there is a law for
such people and that wo aro permitted
to march under tho stars utid s'r'i es
and wnrship.Ood according to the dic-
tatca ot ourown conscience
Outhrle 0.-U 27. Officer In charge
JMiiKln mid Drama.
The methods of Tony Farrell tho
talonlcd Irish comedian who will be
rutin the title role of his now Irish
comedy drama "Garry Owen" nt the
M Kennnn November 3 aro ever ar-
tistl and roall.lug the number of
ninrhod character parts which com-
pjw Lis now play with the Instincts
of mi artlct ho hitsburrounded hlmsolf
with a specially well chosen company
"Micky llicky" tlio police spy. Is a
vi ry strong character part and In the
hands of tho veteran character actor.
Whim n It C thill. Is a great impcrson
alio" being a close call Mpon the stn
part ot tho pluy. Murphy O'lica the
author of the piece doot Justice to the
rolo of ''Futhor Conway" the priest
while Tony Farrell as ' (larry Owen'"
the hero is as ever a host InJIilm-
selt. The organ used in tho irreat
chapel scene Is manipulated by Prof.
A. C. KImer. lute organist of tho cathe
dral Sun Franotsco Cal who also
leads tliu orchestra.
Omaha Nob. OcL 27. Tho fact
(vasmade public yesterday nftcruoou
that the safety deposit vault section
ot tho Omaha National bank had been
robbod and so doxtorouly that no
cluo to tho manner in which the work
was done is obtainable. Lirgosums
of money havo been taken from boes
in tho vaults and tho exact nmotuit of
losses cannot be known until all have
been examined. Tlio discovery was
mado more than two week4 ago and
every precaution has been taken by
tho batik ofllclals to keep the matter
a close secret.
The priticlpal losor is Mr. William
Oladlsli. Mr. Qladisli has been the
lessee of a box In the vaults of tho
O'pnha Nutional for a number of
years. Last March lie placed in his
box the sum of $'.'700 in gol 1. On
October fi ho discovered that about
91200 ot tho amount was missing. He
at once notlllod Mr. Millard presi-
dent of tho bank and th 1 investiga-
tion commenced. Mr. Millard called
Chief of Pollco Scavoy and a detective
has had charge of tho caso ever since.
So far however all ufforts to discov-
er tho manner In which tho money
was lost havo failed and tho bank
authorities us well as tho police aro
an much In tlio dark as ever.
Tho discovery of tho losioa
have overwhelmed tho olUciuU
of tho bank with perplexity.
Thoy placo every reliance upon tho
parties who have any connection with
tho management of tho vault mid
aro thoroughly in the dark as to how
tho losses could have occurred. An-'
other party roports that thrco $103
bills have been tak.cn from a box.
President Millard stnlcd that the re-
port of tlio losses e.tmo to hlm as one
of the greatest surprises of his life.
The vnults nro under the mauage-
ment of 11 very estimable lady who
is lu every way lilted for tho respon
sibility ot the position sue oaotipioH
No shadow of suspicion exists that
thu losses havo occurred through her
knowledge or connivance. Tho ottfo-
ty vaults ure constructed In the basu-
ment of the Omaha National bank
building near the cornor of Sixteenth
and Douglass streets. They aro mod-
elc 1 after tho best system In the
country nnd thu private boxes aro
surrounded with evory safeguard the
ingenuity of sclcncu can devise. Tho
lessee of a private box Is first r.-quircd
to write his signature in a book uud
also upoti a card together wit't his
rcsidonce etc. He is then given a
private password and no two Indlvi t-
uuls have tho same password.
It Is utlggcbtad that a person not
entitled to open any givou box may
secure possession of tho kcjs nur-
reptltlously. Hut tho possession of the
key alone will not enable a stranger
to open a Iioy. Ho must upon pre-
senting himself at tho safety vault
present at the sainu time a written
order signed by tho owner of tho
box and he must also give tho pri-
vate password. The bank oillulalh or
detectives offer no explanation other
tliun tho declaration that it In not
duo to carelessness of the bank oni-
nloyca. All deposits aro guaranteed
by the bank.
I jr Cj. u IJJ I I jr" M
isoEischmidt 4 Hetse
118 OKLAHOMA AVE. IVE3T.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
DR. JOHN FEE
FOR SALE UV
SPEKGER HARDWARE GO.
r n fl
SURGEON OCULIST AND AUR1ST
Special attention given to operations for Strabismus (cross-eyes)
cataract pterygium abscess of the lachrymal sac and to all diseases
of the Eye Also to deafness purulent discharges f.ora the Ear and to
all aural diseases- Spectacles fitted for every optical defect. Dr. Fee
was in charge of the city hospital of Kansas City from x88i to 1889
-and as a physiciaa and surgeon has a national reputation
mi m Ltei S OKLAHOMA Q1TY.
Cherokee' I'ouiiUrr'n Until
Ciifiiokek Kan. OcL '.'n.--Captaln
Jacob Jamison one of tho founders
of Cherokee died this morning at 10
o clock agcu 70 years.
Kansas Citt Ma Oct St. WnEAT-Cif
lots by sample on track at Kansst dty at is J
close sold as tollow: No. 8 hart 7jfl9 No
bard 4ITo. No 4 bard. M2I& rni-tl
tie Mo 3 rod Uo. No 3 red lltfl.c N'j. 1 reU
lie. Iteieoted i:lla
Ooiin Sold rather slowly at about potior
Jyi last ptlcos Thero was not uiu'hdo-
roand and odurlais were It lit
KoKUpt ot earn totljy It oari a joir W
iti car. No. Z mlxodt 3 com 4e. Kuoiia
city No 3 mliott dcar4S. Ko. 4 nomlnnUy.
I krtl2e No 3 wlilte t car I. Ho No. J white
I iar lla
Or-Sold readily at about yottordiy'-i
piicc Kocelpt of oat lo-diy 7cirt a yoir
...mi 0 Darn. No 2 mlied o.in fleuri obotoo.
j'ic I car "Jo Na 3 inlicd car 10 Na
i ott. nenlnally. 9JTu No i wbl a oatt
mm nally .Stt'S'ia No i trtuta nojiliiiliy
i YK-a 3 1 UJ. Kinw Cltr No.
a -IXaxsued stejdy. tl Utfl M. aeeord
u t billing llilAW -Very Urm )) 0i per
.mi nL Coitf Ciiap-Ujlt HI tflo par owt
iciMJ .Hay - Koreipts. 31 Wn Market
ii uT llmotby.chm. uuyf Na 117. WBI:
w . rulj. .57 fancy pralrku M41) obelco
; 1 4i tin I HailW. No t ftifiS) packlni
I'o ltecelpti Bo. kblppod 'eiteMay.
.'i 'Jlio market wai quiet and steady aarly
in 4 to lOo lower '1 ho top was U 06 and
i ulk of ealei were II 31 to tl I) ojalnit
: iur top and 1195 to It SD for Hulk yoiler-
- -.ip-rCeceIpts 3310; shipped yesterday
i llie market was fairly tciiye and un-
tlooit Nrwi friini AI County.
Hon. l'jrcy U Smith tho u if able
and gentlemanly clork of M county
spent part ot yesterday In the city
transacting ofll -ial business. During
a brjof call a. the" Lkadku ofllco Mr.
Smith expressed full confidence that
o Wihby's majority In M county will
be at least 300. He says 1'opulUts
anu Uepubllcans lu that bectlon aro
alike laying aside party prejudice and
will unite on Col. 'Vlsby for delegate
to CongretB on tho free homes ques-
tion rocognlzlog that ho Is the one of
the three candidates thut can do any-
thing for the settlers In the matter of
romoving the government tax on their
cluluie. The Lkaukh la pleased to
learn from other tourccn that Mr.
Smith will succeed hlniiclf as county
ulerk. lie makes n most eflijlent ofll-
er nnd is universally liked for his
plondld qualities of head and heart.
Good second hand safe 3000 pounds
-cheap. Nix Halejdl fi Cp 10-2 tt
Go to tho O K. Picture Frame works
at lu7 1-2 Oklahoma avenue to get
your picture frames. 0 SS It
Splcuillil Slutlcal Ilntertulnineut.
Tho ladlos of tho I'rc&byterlan
church will give a musical nnd lite-
rary entertainment in the chunh next
b'ridny evening Nov. '. for the benefit
of tu ' hiirch.
The company consists of five flrst-
Um iirtUts Mlfcs Vlora Durchcr
lady viulluUt who Ih a graduate ot tho
Chicago Musical college and winner of
the La&tr Diamond medal; Clara Mao
It.-yant reader and impersonator who
1 reoinmeuded by Dr J. ti Withrow
und Dr. Thomas of Chicago; W Bcott
I ley wood cornet soloist with Oil-
moro's band two seasons and soloist at
the uorhl'h fair with Iowa State band;
Frank M. Fuller pianist and a pupil
of Sherwood of the Auditorium; and
Mario McICenzie a soprano of the Cal-
Inun Opera company. Tho admission
hat been reduced to &0 cents to put l
within tho reach of all.
OUTLAW COOK'S SiaTEH
Rhe Htoriua I'urt (llbiou it ml 'lorrorUsi
tli CltUeiM With it dun.
Taiii.kjuah. Ind. Ter. OcL 27. A
courier has lust arrived with informa-
tion that Sheriff l'roctor and a poww
of Cherokee are hot on tho trail of
Cook and his gang of robbers only be-
ing half an hour behind tho bandits.
Last night Miss Kll.u Cook a slstr
of the leader of tho notorious gang
rode into Fort (llbbon nnd terror Uud
the people of that plaoe by shooting
Into houses nnd defying urrost Khu
filled tho depot full of lead from Iter
pistol. After driving tho frlyhtvnud
citizens off tho street bhu galloped
through a squad of deputy marshals
and out of town In true bandit queen
Tony Farrell tho clovor singing
Irish comedian will proseut a few
scenic productions of his new Irish
comedy drama "Uurry Owen" at tho
opera houso Nov. 3. It is seldom an
organization of f-ueh merit visits till
section of the couutry but Mr. Farroll
Is nasMiitr from uonvor into lexns tam
has chosen Outhrle us one of th point
to nrescnl liUulav. 'lony rarroll 1
claimed to be one of tin- host singers
upon the Aiiicrlcun stage llie east-
ern pr)ss pronoiineo his imw play
'Oarr Owen." to bo one of the decid
ed succctses ot the teason. Hu will
brlug with him all his sceuery and
effects as wero usel at 1U production
In Chicago and other eastern c'tlvs.
rrTua and eTj. A wwns?v.
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Highest Honors World's Fair.
Yor Bole A first class hotel furnl
ture and fixtures doing an excellent
business for sale oa easy terns. Call
on or address G. 1L Lysda Outkri
Oklahoma. 10 SI tf
GENUfflE STAMPED GLIDDEN BARBED WIRE
KliorlitiK Uootls Ammunition Wagon Muterlal. Iron Com-
ploto Stock of Unnlwurc.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A puwi Grape Cream of Taitar Powder.
ftoM Ammonia Alum or any other adu!
0 YL H' STANDARD
MUGEST DEALERS IX OKLAHOMA.
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