The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OIU1AN )K OKLAHOMA UKMUCIIACV.
OI'KIUK (II f in I' TION. II KKMON AVKNUH.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY MORNING .JANUARY 12 18D6.
WHS HAVE A Ul.
HCUSE COMMITTEE LISTENS
TO THEIR WOES.
THE DAWES COMMISSION SCORED-
Clirrnkno Drtogato Duncnn nnit Juries
I'nrknr ol tho United Mnte Dlntrlrt
Court nt 1'ort .Smith llnvo.No l'.x-
ill toil Opinion of tlio Itnport
Muilo liy tlio Uitiroi
Washington Jan. 11 A joint ses-
sion of the judiciary nnd territory
commiltocs of the liouso wns held
yohterdny to henr the Indian side of
tho M mid ox judicial bill conferring
jurisdiction on tho federal court of
the I nd in n territory and divesting the
Fort Smith Ark. and l'aris Texas
courts of their territorial jurisdiction.
Delegate Duncan of the Chcrohecs
hold tho lloor forty minutes
with a defense of his people
nnd pleading for dcliy. He asserted
that the Dawes commission had
greatly exaggerated tho condition of
affairs in his nation nnd sadly mis-
represented matters not oven treat-
ing tho Cherokees with common cour-
tesy. He said they had come witii a
sword in one hand and a treaty in the
other; their methods were those of
dictators and bulldozers not diplo-
mats. They had lent a willing ear to
every boomer and convicted the In-
dian governments of many discredita-
ble acts without a fair investigation
of fact or a disposition to hoar the
other side with patience.
lie was followed by a full-blood of
his tribe who spoke through an in-
terpreter nnd expressed his faith in
tho honqr of the government as re-
gards treaty observance pleading
that his people bs allowed to per-
petuate their institutions so long as
grass grows and water runs.
The leading feature of the hearing
was tho appearance of Judge Parker
of the Fort Smith court in the role of
:i chumpion of Indian autonomy. The
judge mado a ringing speech in which
he declared that th- Indian's within
his court's jurisdiction are making
Mitisfactory progress in the arts of
cace; that they have lass crime
among them than the average com-
munity in any state of the union; that
tliey are the victims of a wicked horde
of boomers and refugees from justice
who malign them nnd persecute them
to tho end that they may be ex-
terminated nnd their property con-
fiscated; that they will voluntarily
ask to come into the union if given
time to prepare themselves for the
inevitable change; that there is no
exigency which demands that the
change be immediate; that in short
they should bo left alone. Judge
l'nrker remarked that he had no per-
sonal interest in the proposition to
doprivo Fort Smith of this jurisdic-
tion; that tho proposed change would
greatly relieve him of his official bur-
dens; 'that he was merely htanding
for truth and justice.
Chief Harris of the Chcrokces was
present us were many vUlting In-
dians. The Dawes commission was
not represented. It is likely that
another hearing will bo given soon.
JOSEPH FIELD DROPS DEAD.
I.nto Cmlilnr of Miktor'n Defunct Hank
Die of Mn.irt DUeaio.
Ki. Paso Texas Jan 11. Dr. Joseph
Fit'ld formerly of Slater Mo fell
dead In the strict yesterday. His
death is attributed to heart diseases
although an inquest will bo held to
ascertain if his death may not have
been a suieido. Field was the cash-
ier of sin Citizen's Stock bank of
Slater which failed a few weeks apo.
He came to El Paso directly after the
failure and made himself known to
but very few pjople. It is said that
his whereabouts were not known in
Missouri. The body was identified
by palters found upon it and his rela-
tives in Missouri wero notified.
Jp.ilouiy CuuiB4 n Murilor.
Wichita ICnn. Jan. 11. John
llmco was shot and killed by Frank
Harold a few miles north of Hennes-
sey Ok. The murder was the result
of jealousy because of Ilruce's atten-
tions to Miss Zorn Jones tho divorced
wife of thu murderer llruco and
Mish Jones were togethor when IJar-
nld appeared nnd opened flro without
h wpril. Harold is under nrrost
Similar Sun reporter Killed.
Dallas Texas. Jan. 11. II. G.
Qunrlesdt -d yesterday from a stab in-
dicted by Frank Wallaoo who charged
him as correspondent of the Kansas
City Sun with slandering his family
in that paper. This makes tho fourth
alleged correspondent of the Sun
killed within the past month the
other three bein In Kentucky.
Jloy So.tltlHi! to Death.
LiNXKUBMq. Jan. 11. A little bqy
nbout 7 years old by tho name qt
ook. living qne nnd one-half mllqs
west of Laclede ira scalded to death.
)u father yas bothering and ho fell
iutu a kettle of boiling yfer. Jle
Jived only a ftjiy minutes nfter bcng
taken out. y
HlkiiM Km h Cinch.
Wiikki.ino W. Va. Jan. 11. Hon
C. li. Ha rt editor of the Wheeling
lntelllgoncsr telegraphs his paper
from Charleston the nomination of
H. It Klkins for United States scnatqr
bv tho Republican oauaus is assured.
Inthnrof W.itolniiuklnir Dead.
Wu.tiiam Mass. Jan. 11. News of
th death of AlvinL. Dennisonat Hip-
lu'uliam. Englan.1 has beon ro-
veiveil He was known throughout
the world ai the father of the Amer-
1 an xytleat of wrtc lunaking.
i-mi.itor Chandler Itenomlnated.
1 n oitn NT. II Jan 11. Tho IJqu.
A am II Chandler was nominated
in Republican caucus to succeed him-
"if as I inted States senator.
Killni nti-4 of t lie Arm I roiluct
Vnluo of tlm Ccrn.il l.'roju.
Wasuinoton Jan. 11. The estim-
ates of the aivn product ami vulue by
states and territories of tin cereal
crops together with those of lmy po-
tatoes au.l tobacco have been com-
pleted by the statistician of the agri-
cultural department and are pre-
sented as follows:
The corn crop of 1SDI In rate of
yiold is one of the lowost on record.
In the past thirteen years tho yield
per acre of but one year (1331) lias
been lower it having bB3n 18.6
ngainst 10 for tho your ISSt. Severe
drouth and hot winds in a f sv of the
principal corn producing slates re-
duced the nro.x harvested for grain
value to 03082000 bushels from the
7fl0000JO acres planted The pro-
duce garnered is 1.212770000 bushels
having nn estiinits.1 farm value of
The wheat crop is about an nror.tga
per acre. Tho entire pro luct of the
country is 400407410 bushels which
is below the average for the five years
of 1800 to 1S01 inclusive. The farm
value of tlm crop is $.225003025.
Tim acreage according to rcvlsod
estimates is 31 832-1.15 acres. In the
revision of acres the principal changes
have been m:idc in the sprin? wheat
states. The rate of yield h 13.2
bushels p?r acre. The average villus
per bushel is 40.1 cents.
Tho estimates for oitu nrc23r.ft3
acres; product 002080028 bushels;
value 5214810020: yield par acre
Hve -Area 1044780 ncros; product
20727015 bushels; value 613301170.
Hurley Area 3170002 acres; pro-
duct 01400105 bushels; value SJ7-
lluckwhcat Area 7fc0232 acres:
product. 12003200 bushels; value
Potatoes Area 7737013
product 170787338 bushels;
Tobacco Area 523103 acres; pro-
duct 400078385 pounds; value S27-
SECRET SOCIETY BAN.
Onlrr I'romulgntr-il by Archlilihop Itlilor
Cincinnati Ohio Jan 11. Arch-
bishop Elder has promulgated the
order against Odd Fellows ICnighta
of Pythias and Sons of Temprance and
accompanied the text of the order
with a statement pf reasons why
good Catholics should obey. Tho fact
that tho reasons for tho order aro
not understood he hays is no excuse
for disobedience anj more thnn it is
for violation of civil law when the
reason for the enactment is not
understood. He went on however
to state sumo of tho reasons in this
case. One was that to belong to those
orders made Catholics more tolerant
of Freo Masonry which had long
been declnrod Inimical to tho church.
Another was that in tho case of the
Knights of Pythias a pifgan is selected
to be treated as a saint.
KILLED HIS INFAN1
Awful Crime of n ronmylvnul.i I'ltrmur
Who AftorirnrtU Kill Illininlf.
Lkwisiiuiio Pa.. Jan. 11. Wesley
Pauling a well-to-do farmer living
nbout a mile west of New Columbia
went to the house of his mother-in-
law half a mile distant and iulucs.l
her to accoinptny him back home "to
witness a grand shooting match."
Upon their arrival at the P.iuling
homestead he took a revolver from
Ills pocket and shot his 4-weeks-old
child killing it instantly. He then
fired at his wife inilieting a serious
but not fatal wound. Imm-jdiatily
after tho shooting ho wont to the
barn and hanged himsslf. Jealousy
Is thought to liavo boon tho causo of
KING OF COREA KILLED.
NUrtllnc Humor of tho licnth of the
Kulor of tho Hormlt Ulnnil.
London Jan. 11. It is reported
hero that tho king of Corea has beon
Throe .lion Killed.
Toi.iHio Ohio Jan. 11. Three ol
men were Instantly killed on the
Prisser farm three miles wost of
Wapakoucta yesterday. Frank Logan
John Pettigrew and W. J. McXalloy
endeavored to thaw 100 quarts of
frozen nitro-trlvcerino with hot water.
when it exploded tearing them nil
into fragments together with a tenm
ollrlns My Sweetheart" llo Said
Dknvkii Col. Ja.n. 11. "Bring my
sweetheart" wero the last word of
August Samuclson. formorly ohef at
tho Brown Palace hotel who com-
mitted suieido at Hotol Lognn by out-
ting Ills throat Ho had beon jilted
by a woman for whom ho had de-
serted his wife and children llefor..'
committing suicide ho craped his and
his sweetheart's pictures in bluek.
Una I Improvement Aasoolntlon.
Jkithson City Mo. Jan. 11. Fifty
delegates of tho Missouri Road Im-
provement association hsld n special
convention hero yesterday. The ob-
ject of tho meeting was to obtain
special legislation for better road
throughout the state- General Roy
Stone of the department of agricul-
ture at Washington addresiod the
Death of a rrpu)lient St. Init-ph Mini.
St. Joseph Jq. Jan. 11. Mr.
James. I J. owis. nn old apd well
known citizen iHod suddenly all:SC
a. in. yesterday of heart disease. ' Mr.
Lewis w as at one time a mombor ol
the city ponnoil and wns prominent
in real ostate 1 nd insuranae oirei.es-
IIo was 01 yppi ago
Appoint j l 11 Welt I'alut
Ottawa Ka 1 Jan. 11. Jamas P.
Robinson son of Jasper Robl nson oi
this alty. has raoelvod his appoint-
mont ns West Point cadot from thu
district subjoct to tho satisfactory
passing of tho physical examination.
Corn fur Ilroucht Sufferer.
Helena Ark. Jan. 11. Phillips
county will 6end three cars of corn tc
the Nebraska sufforors besides con-
tributions of clothing and lriouoy
OUT VERY LITTLE OF INTEREST
THE INCOME TAX APPROPRIATION.
Mr. Hill Odors nn AinrniliiiPiit IlMlcnoil
to AfToril nn Opportunity to Con-
tent tlm (.'oiiitltutloiiiill.r of tho
Act Mr. yuy Alio (Hies
Xotlco of Spvprnl Amen I-
iiionti t'npltol New.
Washington Jan. II. The incomo
tax came up for considerable discus-
sion in the senate yesterday in tho
course of tho debate on the urgent
doilcioncy bill which contnins a pro-
vision for carrying tho law into oper-
ation. Mr. Hill Democrat New York
offered an amendment designed to
nll'ord an opportunity to contest the
constitutionality of the act upon
which ho spoke brlclly.
Mr. Q11113' Republican Pennsylva-
nia also gave notice of several amend-
ments he intends to offer tho bill one
for the income tax nnd the others to
insert the Mclvinley turiff act and
the woolen schedule.
Mr. Cattery of Louisiana com-
menced his speech on tho Xlcaraguan
canal bill but had not completed it
when the senate adjourned.
Very Dull In tho Homo.
Washington Jan. 11. The houso
proceedings were exceedingly dull
most of the day boing given to the
consideration of tho District of Col-
umbia appropriation bill which was
passed. Several bills of minor im-
portance relating to steamship mat-
ters wore passed and also ten private
.S.ilurles of I111II1111 AconU.
Washington Jan. 11. The secre-
tary of tho interior has recommended
to congress that army otllcors in
charge of Indian agencies be given
one-half pay as agents in addition to
thoir regular compensation as army
officers. Ho also recommends a re-
adjustment of salaries of agents.
The now plan makes S2 000 tho high-
ost pay of agents and 81500 the low-
est against former salaries ranging
from 81200 to 1800.
Domncr.itlo Conforonoa Hold.
Washington Jan. 11. The first
meeting of the Democratic congres-
sional campaign committee since tho
fall election was held at the capitol
yesterday. Most of tho talk was of
tho election contests which will bo
tried by tho Fifty-fourth congress
and tho committee adopted a resolu-
tion olfered by Representative For-
man of Illinois pledging tho organiza-
tion to render assistance to thoso
Democrats who will have contests on
IViv American Cuttle In Switzerlund.
Wawiunoton Jan. 11. In summing
up the imports into Switzerland of
beef cattle for the first three-quarters
of 1S01 United States Consul Germain
nt Zurich shows that 52 30.1 hiai wero
imported valued at 20400.000 francs
and he notes with regret that of this
enormous amount the United State?
furnishod but 220 head which eamo
by way of a trial shipment via Genoa
Tor I'uro Huttor ami Chest o.
Washington Jan. 11. The National
Dairy union began its scoond annual
nieeting hero yosterday. Tho declared
objects of tho union nro to sccuro
national and state legislation to pre-
vent tho manufacture nnd sale of
food products made in imitation of
pure butter nnd cheese and also to
prevent the sale of adulterated dairy
1 he South Dakota Shortage.
St. Paul Minn. Jan. 11. Aspecinl
from Pierre S. D. says: The attor-
ney general has brought suit on tho
bond of Treasurer Taylor. It is un-
derstood that tho bond will bo con-
tested. It is believed Taylor is in
hiding in tho East. It is known that
he had when ho left hero fully S250-
000 in cash and ho could havo drawn
in Now York 8100000 more. It is be-
lieved that ho has certain confedcr-
rtes who are keeping him ndvisod of
the proceed lugs.
.Shot Dod'l by a Woman.
Pkiihy Ok. Jan. 11. News has
roached here of a killing near Cleve
land forty milosoast of herein Grant
county Tuesday ovenlng. Mrs. Sarah
Alrep and I. T. Lachy had a dispute
about some corn and the woman shot
and iustuntly killed Lachy on the
spot The woman is under arrest.
Aluminum Dnp lilt Found.
Nkvada Mo. J on 11. While drill-
ing for gas at Stotesbury a small
hamlet in this county fifteen miles
northwost of hero an eight foot bed
of aluminum was pieroed by the drill
at a depth of 300 fue.t. Another well
is to bo bored at onoe on the adjoin-
Hurlo l by Land Slide.
WiLLUMBi'oitT Pa. Jan. 11. Throe
freight trains on tlio Fall Brook nnd
the Philadelphia & Brio loading into
this city have been buried by land
glides resulting from the heavy snows
and rainfalls of tho past forty-eight
Lieutenant Hnioke Tran'errod.
OoLUMiUA. Ma Jan. 11 Lleuten-
HHt T- S. feiuioke who far three years
has been stationed in Columbia as
commandant and teacher of military
Ueties of the state university has
been transferred at his own roquest
to the Florida Agricultural college.
Howard for a Delimiting Treaiurer.
PlKiuiK S. D. Jan. 10. The houso
and senate suspended' the rules and
passed a joint resolution offering
g.' 000 for the attest ana delivery of
the defaulting treasurer W. W
Itrport of tlm Condition of tho
JkfkeusonCitv Mo. Jan. 10 Stale
Troasurcr Lon V. Stephens submitted
to tho Thirty-eighth General Assem-
bly yesterday his report of tho
transactions of his department
for tho biennial period of time
from January 1 1803 to Deeembor 31.
1804 iuclusivo showing all receipts
nnd expenditures and balances r&
maiuing in tho various funds
There- was n balnnce in the treasury
Janttury 1 1803 of 8562.277.18. The
actual receipts from all sources dur
lug tho yonr 1803 were S3.8-2.W33.08.
Warrants paid in 1803 were 83 197-
000.10. The actual receipts from nil
sources during the venr HOI wore
53555222.10; warrants paid in 1MM
wero 83288000.00 leaving a balance
in the treasury at tho close of busi-
ness December 31 I81U of J71H.72.VU.
Transfers into tho dilTernt funds dur-
inir tho year 1803 wore 81105003.01
The transfers Into different funds
during tho yonr 1801 were 81502300.40.
(ovornnr Ilonfroir .M.ilic Miggititlont of
Intercut to tho Territory.
(iiTTiimn Ok. Jan. 10. Governor
Renfrow submitted his seim-uuiiuul
message to tho legislature in joint
session at noon yesterday. It was
n very exhaustive document covering
the development nnd progress of the
territory and calling for many re-
forms principal among them abolish-
ment of tho fee system the re-
vision of tho election laws tho buy-
ing of all county supplies from tho
lowest bidder tho change of tho
quarantine lino nnd tho compelling
of iusuranco companies to pay
tho face value of policies lio
also recommends tho collection
of n heavy tax from liquor dealers. tho
establishment of a territorial univer-
sity for negroes and the requiring of
sworn statements from private banks.
He comes out clearly for statehood
for Oklahoma and such part of the
Indian territory ns can be secured and
asks that congress bo strongly mem-
orialized. WHERE IS BARRETT BCOTL?
So.irrh for tho Mlitlng ei-Tronnriir of
Holt County Nclrtil ( ontlnucn.
O'Nkil Neb. Jan. 10. Piukorman
Roy and Mulligan the alleged lynch-
ers of Burrett Scott waiveil prelim
inary examination anil were bound
over in 81200 bonds to appear 111 tho
district court next month.
Sheriff Hamilton started out to-day
with a party of volunteers residents
of tho Niobrara valley who will con-
tinue tho search for tho body. Tho
work will be on tho theory that tho
body was thrown into the Niobrara
river nnd the party will be supplied
with grappling hooks to drag the
river. Since tho bod of the river is
constantly shifting and is full of
quick- sand there is little chance of it
being located if it is really in tho
GANG OF BANDITS DISCOVERED
It Him Hrniicho
Chicago Jan 10.-
of a ''fence" in La
-By tho discovery
Grange a suburb
of Chicago and the arrest of two men
Peter N. D. Keldon nnl Rudolph
Hedberg the police think they havo
unearthed nn organized bnnd of
burglars which has branches in nil
tho principal cities of the West Since
his arrest Kcldcn in a confession has
intimated that such an organization
exists. From his statement the pjlico
bolievo that tho hondquarters of tho
gang aro in San Francisco and more
arrests nro Hkoly to follow.
More llaiyallau l'orrepon lime?
Washington Jan. 10. Tho prcsl.
dent yesterday sent to congress nn
other batch of Hawaiian correspond
enco supplementary to tho Walker
report. It rovoals in one caso a nota-
ble differonco of opinion between
Admiral Wnlker and United States
Minister Willis and discloses an ef-
fort being mado by tho Britisli gov-
ernment witii tho consent of the Ha-
waiian nuthoritios to secure tho lease
of an island of the Hawaiian group to
bo used as a cable station.
Illoirii Turouch a Window.
JoruN Ma Jan. 10. Tho boiler at
the works of tho Joplin Gas company
exploded at about 9 o'clock last night
nnd wrecked tho boiler and engine
house. Tho buildings caught firo but
good work by tho flro department
provented thofr destruction. The en-
gineer was blown through a window
by the explosion but miraculously
escaped serious injury.
Coal l'lnd Neat llmporla.
Hsil-oitlA Kan. Jan. 10. A few dnyu
ago a nine-inch voln of coal wns dis-
covered on the Morohoad farm ilvo
miles northwest of this city. A pros-
pect shaft was sunk which has de-
veloped not only coal In great quan-
tities but also strong indications of
zinc jack. Coal mining will bo at
onco inaiyruratod and tho zinc pros-
pects carefully looked into.
Hanker Hurllngame Arretted.
Pkuiiy Ok. Jan. 10. T. 13. Bur-
liugame formerly prcsidout of the
bank of Commerce of Springfield
Mo. was. arretted hero yosterday oi
a requisition from Gio governor of
Missouri. Btirlingamo fought tho
requisitipn but Acting Governor
Lowe of Oi(ihoma honored the paper
and Burlingamp will be carriod back
Tito Hqj DrpHiie(.
Sauna. Knij. Jnn. 10 While at-
tempting o cross the river on tho ice
two boys named Hendriokson and
Nord aged 10 and 8. slipnud into a
hole and wore drowned. The bodies
Child lluruud to Death.
Holt Mo. Jan. 10.. The 5-yonr-old
daughter of G. P. Johnson was burned
to death yesterday. The little one
and a 13-year-old sister had been loft
alone in the house.
Ihe l'utent Ofllce In Guud Condition.
WasiiinqtoNi Jan.10. For tho first
time in fifteen years tho United States
patent office finds itself up to its
NEW ONE TO BE INTRODUCIB
IN ABOUT TWO WEEKS.
WILL HAYE CLEVELAND'S APPROVAL
Mr. S'pitngr-r Will Not IHrftcl llm Stiw
Mrmnro lis UilfM hii IMlleli It Will
Ho Inuilnil Not IXHHtfdy I)-
l-ldml t'pnu To Some IStteHt
It Will llo I.lknthitOMi Hill
liopiilillotini to Unit.
Washington Jwn 11. It Is stated
that a nuw currency measure lisving
executive approval will be introduced
in tlio house in nbout two weeks.
This length of time will bo allowed
to elapse In order that the confusion
'and excitement attending the strug-
gle over the first bill may be allayed
and 11 new start mado under mora
favorable conditions. It in probable
that Mr. Springer will not direct the
course of the new measure -ns the
desire will be to uvge it along new
lines nnd with new lenders with a
view to separating it ns far ns possi-
ble from any loss of position attach-
ing to the old measure. Tho lines on
which the new measure will ba
framed are nut definitely known. To
some extent it will fullow the old
bill with such changes as the ex-
perience of the recent debate showed
'.o be desirable.
Messrs. Morrill Sherman. Allison
and Aldrich Republican members of
the seuato II nance committee held a
conference yesterday in Mr. Sher-
man's committee room for tho pur-
pose of deciding upon a line of policy
in case there should be nn ofTort to
take up the currency question in thu
senate. They agreed that no definite
mid final conclusion could be roached
until some measure should bo
brought to their attention by the
Democratic members of the commit
tee. Thcv will uotsuirirestu bill them-
I selves nor suggest nny thing looking to
me pei ii'eiiiiii oi a inn. r in inei mure
they will suggest to tho Demo-
cratic members of the com-
mitee if called upon for suggestions
that in view of the report that
Secretary Carlisle has been in consul-
tation with loaders of the houce with
n view to the revival of his currency
bill in thu house in modi Hod form it
will be tho better plan than to post-
pone any elFott to do anything in thu
senate until there may le opportun-
ity to ascertain what will be the rn-
suit In thu house. Tho discussion in-
dicated n general disposition to leave
the initiative to tlio Democrats be-
cause the latter are in the majority.
There was also 11 disposition of dis-
trust shown toward any bill that
might be originated by tho Demo-
crats. Tho conversation developed
that the Rupublicnus do not consider
tho treasury situation so critical hk
many Democrats do and they think
it is a question of revenue rather
than of currency.
NOTHING 1IONK IIV SKVAroilS.
Tho senate committee on finance
met at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon
in pursuance of the call issued
for tho puipose of consider ng
the curicncy question Thero was n
full attendance of members pre sunt
in the city but the committee ad-
journed niter a brief session until
Saturday morning. It is 1111 Icrstood
that no bill was submitted to the
Mr. Springer who was in chnrge of
the Carlisle currency bill In the houso
spent somo time yonterday with
President Clovoland and Air.
Carlislo meeting them fccpnrnto-
ly. When Mr. Springer reached
tho houso Inter ho would not go into
tlio details further than to say there
would be no abatement in the ollort
to sccuro currency legislation. It
was accepted by tho members
ns not only voicing Mr. bpringers
views but as definitely determining
that the administration would ' go
ahead with the policy it had under-
taken. Mr. Springer says ho knows
of no new bill although the present
bill will be shaped to moot objections.
VICTIMS OF DESPERADOES.
An Indiana Preacher uud lilt Wlfn .11 or-
tully Wounded by llurchtrt.
; Indianapolis Ind. Jan. 11. Tho
wife of the Rov. W. K. Heushaw.aged
30 years a Methodist minister living
nt Bcllvillo was awakened early this
morning by burglars who had entered
through tho kitchen. As they turned
to loave she grappled with one of
them and was dragged to the porch
where ouo of the men shot hor
through the head with a revolver and
she fell mortally injured.
The noise nwukened Mr Ilenshnw
who seized the other thief just as he
was going out the back door. The
two men fought clear into the middle
of the road where the burglar over
powered the preacher and after
shooting him through the hip stabbed
him no loss than twenty times with a
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PFRFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cicsm of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonir Alu nor any other adulterant
40YW W STANDARD.
KV-KUV MAN'S II01S1IV
controls hie 'mind completely. We havo made it our hobby to sell the IrMt
shoes made nnd we ride that hobby the j'onr round. Wo ride it so unci eufully
that wo havo made our shoes the general hobby of the public. lSvery onu
should wear them for the shape Is so stylish and handsome the fit so perfewt
and the material so superior to those of any othor make of shoes in tho mnr-
kut.tlmt wo out-clans as wo under-prlce nil other footwear in Oklahoma.
Eisensctimidt & Hetsch
EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
Kjnds OF Hea
TO B'iD ROCK PRICES.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division.
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Ojily. Best Gooda
In Stock all the lime
Weicker & Fairfield
A4& II CANON CITY
n ft R FKONTENAC
I 1 1 1 1 M PIEDMONT
I if I Ml McALESTER
Harrison Ave. West ol'Denof.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Telephono No. 20. Your Orders Solicited.
ST. MARTS INSTITUTE
X Hoarding ami J)ay School for Young Ladies and Girls.
COLLEGE HILL DALLAS TEXA8.
Sixth year. Founded by the UL Ilov. A. C. Garrett bishop of northern
Texas nnd under bin supervision. Will opon Sept. 1? 1891. College and Pre-
paratory Courses. Classits and Ilihnr Mathematics in charge of graduntea of
Wollosloy ColloKeand University of Toronto. Departments of Mubie and Art
under direction of the oest Instructors trained In uormuny. ungiunu nu new
lingland Conservatory of Music. Elocution taught by graduate of tho Hmar-
sou School of Oratory Boston. Terms for tuition including uneiant and
modorn languages and all English branches board fuel light washing Sit Of
per Ai.num. Music Art Elocution extra charges. For cutaloeuos and fur
thar Information address MI8S T0RBEET Prinoipal St. Mary's institute Da .ah
Dr. J. ?. Dauthitt has associated himself with Dr. J. A. Hart &
Go. and are located at the corner of First and Noble. The have a Urfcfl
barn where they can prope-ly care for all sick and crippled animals.
As veterinary surgeons they are second to none.
COMBINED EXPERIENCE OF 50 YEARS
In connection with the hospital they run a boarding feed and
exchange barn. All stock left in their care will receive their constant t-
tention. All calls promptly attended to day or night. Surgeon Dentats.
Spavin and Ringbone are their specialties. All of their instruments arc
new and comprise everything known to the Veterinary science. Have
ample room for ioo head of stock. Call and be shown through the hospital.
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Hamilton & CO.
Transfer and Goal Go.
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