The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 78, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 7, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OfFIOlAI OttllAN OI' OKLAHOMA UKMOUJtAUT.
OKl'lUK OK l'UllL.lt)ATION IIAKUIHON AVKNUK.
GUTHRTE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 7 1895.
NO -BOUNTIES FOH SUGAR
OUT THE ACT
It Wax Not for n I'ntitlc Purpose hut
fur I'Miuic Itintillt lie Itpilmn. mill
iih. 1 hen fore ( iiinii'lliil t Hi"
tlili A(tulnt It I In-l'iiicrn
cut In thi loiirt of
llitiiim fur Dccmion.
U mui. n Rcpt i It. II. llowlor.
tin C')iirc''tT uf tin- treasury ycs-
t nt.i ri micrcd an iipiiiiou on the now
i. 'i tiruted t'xnni.l sugar bounty
la in . in which In" buhls il) effect
lirV Hi it Ik- ii. comptroller lins
jm i- ili i urn uf tin- i'ii-p and soeond
that in his opinion tin- act of March
' l-'i nuking the sugar liounty np-pr-iraiinn
Ik tm niiitiiiiiiiitt1. lie
iiuiM'H'i . decides ilini tin" papers in
th" inse lie sent in tin- coin t of claims
foi the rendition uf :i judgment in
oiilcr Unit tin re nn be fiirni.hed "a
pieicdit.l fin tin fnl in i' in tion of the
(M-i utivc depni l mi nt in the udjttst-
nii "i ii i hi lass i i'iiMs involved in
tin ' -ii; " liiiitnl es
'Jin n t u nhir i hum decided in Mil.
et.inl .ill' on i hi" -.iic rotting as all
i ' in i s.ie-.u I onii ii.uni.. foi the
S.ltl f it t ion of wllil ll I'lliyl.'sS ftt its
l.i i m- m in ;i!'i irulcl .".:-W "si
lli' ( iiim.t i' Him .in rtcih ill gn ;it
li i tli l lie "H I'm- n's pies-ntcd b
ciuiwl ul the in ii-iiio mi which his
tiir -ilu-tum uhs a'' uli I ami in the
emir c if Ins icp. Ii
IvllK ll il i lot i nil I.! I
tl' It .in lint ll" 111 hi
a .tatule i in ii " n'
ll s statute-
1 1ll' e list nil-
refoi e when
the niiiv.ti'nl.o'1 i i
tin i i i i' il e i I
Ii niv. i i.n. f
cm 1 'tin Ht'i w ii. r
i lines the ditty of
in determine for
.i.itnti' ami the
lie statute Ii the
s t till" "II
utility of the
- in pa -t that
n t ih r mintr it i
the (it mi n c liil i
th.it tiiv.lll 'II in: -t I
n Ik-cii ih'i niiil
foi a I'tihlic pur-
to toke money
pi tie I ii.i xn ui' i ni
from the pi oule I
turn fi r J. purpose
one is not nil cm
p i" iiini then T
In lln sin a mei e
lt till IcgislalUic
no' grant il liv t!
t Ii f'trmi of taxn-
"tin r than n public
r.- si of logis'.utivo
e th.it mi attempt
nullity s an effort
to exorcise poner
Matiuf ii turinir es Hldlshini'iils have
bci n uniformly ticu'ed us privato
l.itbir ili.ui puMic cntcrpilses. Nil
(in mils ilec s'on-uie t'tiil tending to
slum ih t t.icnriis of all kied suw-
mill i ll.n' mills itc.nie private
ami ne in no sens public enterprises.
Jl is mi' -e t 1 t'nit when congress
pel' on! ol the tloiii.iin of law am) into
tin leilniof ciiii .i ii t pi-tice their
pi'.vei is ii ii I i in i ! i'il. I hut wollbl be
ii iloulil true if eoni'iess could net
mit ' t lie lUiiutiin if i.iw but It can-
not c i
'1 he bounty of the net of i5 Is not
lni'itcii in thow who uiiiy hit vi. sif-
ternl .hi injury h. failuie to reecivo
Hi. - biuintv of the Mi K ii. ley Hot lint Is
g.i.-.i to nil ulilie '. hi her thev siif-
fi i'i'iI loss or not 'Iheie ih nothing
liu li iiulicjtcs t hat it is mteinleit to
il :iK" compensation for such injury
ami that cnuuol be implicil
!'. a refusal t' pay the claims tho
lili onati rights of the claimants arc in
iiti .111 ulTectcl for thei have tl per-
f. i r- meilv in court to test tho valid-
i x of theii elaiios ami obtain puynient
llnit'iif after a tl mil determination of
il.t- i oust itiilioiuilii v of the law if it
le l.i lit urn institutional.
I' the comptroller hail no other aV-
ti inative than to puss or reject the
ilaitns for tho renniis :iIkivo given
he ilntv to tho whole ixnplti who can
lint biinj- their rights into court.
Would require him to i eject I hum.
Another Attempt to I)) iiiiinlte Him In
llU 1'iirt ItiiiihliiK; lloiimi.
I'AItis Sept. fi M. HothHChihlK
ni. me; bonne in this city wiih tho
s. i ne m sterluy of another nilillistic
at i nipt At .1 io oelocU a nuiu en-
1 jil I he huuk from the line Irfitittc.
In tin 'ftiliulc a iletcutive who was
on i-iiuiil there s-iwtlie stranger try-
hi:' t lie-lit the fuse of a bomb which
1j. eanie.l with a cigarette. Tliu
ashes mi tlu' cigarette pre veil te. I tlie
re nl i"iiition of the fuse ami the
mini -ecing that he was observed
tin i u the bomb upon the carpeted
lloo' 'I he weapon did not explode
ami tin in.iii was :u rested. When he
was token to the police nflice he Itohily
awowe.l himself an anarchist. He
in.iie ii deiini Ui atU'lupl to Use A
ntoi In-fore be was overpoweied by
lie iletetliv and a polieeinill. who
bad i me to liis a-hUtanec. I'oliee
tin i ils believe from the appearance
it ine i u'prit that he ia a brother of
1'awels who erpctrated the Mado-
linc mit i age
(Tiinlieil I niter thn M'lii'ttlf
mi Kan cpt . Conl Maf-
fcti son of Dairynun W II. JInfTett
li lues close to the crossing of tho
.s.i'itu 1 i and Missouri 1'neifle rootls
tw miles west of town was run over
aii.i u i ed last night while endeavor-
in ' . et on it saiita IV traiu to como
tu tlie i ity and utteud the reunion at
l'.'i-t si purk
I Illume Klolvni (.'oiuleiiint'il.
Mhm.iui Kept ii The inquiry
o the massucre at Ku ( heng is pro-
i .t '; to the satisfaction of tho
"ii 1 1.11 and lintish consuls. There
been ii number of important eon-
. ns Auun those coudemnei)
i i of tin- rui$ leaders of tho
ul- t'elifP Coiuiul1oiirr Appointed
t liiH Mo. Sept. a Governor
htni.t) npiointed Thad C Harris a
li . 1 1 r of the oir4 of police com-
it icrs tor the city of St Louis tor
n ten. ' rt"'J j cu.f. nud until his suc-
cc or is apjKiiutcd and qualiflud.
Ciuitl'iii Hi ii Word to l.ojiii American Or-
To tho Loyal Ainei leans anil till good
uitixetiB ol Oklahoma:
Uninrntlw utid follow oltlzoiis:
Warning havo beon brouu'ht to mo fru-
cptBiitly of liilu In regard to thcro bo-
ing an organised body of tnuti In this
county who wore nieutliig In sourol
places and formulating pluus for tho
dostructlou of the Loyal Americans
huh sot mi! on my guard somewhat
but now a noilcu from the national
hotidquurtvrs warning mo of (lunger
from certain sources bus convinced mo
that it is time to act openly. Some cf
our eoinradob belong to other fraternal
organizations and they have been
warned from their brothers of a deep
laid buhome to do great bodily harm to
members of the order. 1 liuvo learned
of three organizations in Logan comi-
ty but so far the greatest design that
1 have found on their part bus been lw
rob the county treasury. This is the
policy of but one of the three organi-
zations Two of tho county commissioners of
Logan county weru summoneil befoie
lueiubeis of this organization last
spring and threatened wllhdiro venge-
iime that tuiloftfc they took back tho
suit Hgalnst Mini V. Diebl-llirvoy unit
ai the smile lime agreed to let Loo
Vincent have tho county printing for
two years ul government rates that
t.us body would have their political
si alp 1 ho other two organ zaltons
tire enllud so I um Informed "Tttttmp-
ois ' and ' alkors." The duty if u
i iiumpct" Is to uttuud meetings uull
for their pots to speak mid then bt-
teinatically cheer them. Tlio "Walk-
ers" duty is also to attend meetings
and whenever tiny opponent to their
pi itn iples seeks to speak they rise up
and wn'k out." Olio other dutv thai
si ems to be a part of their compact is
that each unit every 'walker' us ho re-
in es is to make a leinark ul.oul being
'unit ol hearing that man speuk
Cili. 'i s of tiiilbrie no doubt linn
noticed this Lction on tho part ol oer-
ti n men b fore but perhaps did noi
know mat it whs tho carrying out of
a design that owed its origin to some
meeting hold In some out of tho way
secret phuo where tho light of tin.
lamp was not allowed to enter. Mem-
bers of niio of tho fraterni'li'H of our
city have warned onoof thoir membors
who is also a member of tho Loyul
Aiiicruums that the first order niimid
w as about to do the brother great bod-
1 1 v harm unlets be pledged himself
along a certain lino I shall not men-
tion nnv name but I will state that
the until who belongs to this order I
will cull it order No 1 has tallied
ijiilie openly and in tho presence of
ttipti who becoming alarmed for the
safety of their brothers have seen lit
give warning. This man. who says
that his order not only is well organ-
Ixcd but also that tltey urn going to do
great harm unless men do as they toll
them is a one-legged man and has
muglit oihco in nearly every conven-
tion held in this county by the I'eo-
ple'R pnrty.aud durlngsomo campaigns
be has before two or thrco conven-
tions nud in ench one has been a can-
didate 1 hnve rocelved notice from tne na
'onal headquarters to Ihi on inv iruurd
Now com ailes we can undorstan I
. hy it is tl at wo have this lunt work
I now tall upon tho til mliera of
t'lie order to be on thoir guard fo
when they lnt expect -It some rn
of these evi designers will bo sopiting
Members of the (1. A. R. and o.ini-
kindred organisations having askud
mo if thev could uro the Anoiont Or-
der of Lyal Amoiloati scrip to pay
their dues 1 wlU slnto that the rov-
enuo dorhod from tho use of Loyal
American sarin U sttlllsiont to pay tho
dues in several organizations but it is
ueeewarv to get tho bonoflt of It. to
do as follows:
Klrst become members of the Loyal
Americans. This costs yon nothing
neither In initiation fees nor duos Win
on the other hum! pays you from SM
to $30 pur unnuin por member. Now
tills revenue that is paid to eacl mem
her once a month is his own money
and as he gets it for nothing he eau
use a part of It to pay his dues to such
other orders as ho may belong. Uvery
American eitiaen abovo tho age of III
years is oliirihlr and every such cltl
en in Logan county should belong to
the Loyal Americans. Thero nro ix
regimental organisations nlrea.lv In
gan county anrt the nest thirty doys
ought to bee every man In tho county
Mho is eligible become i memtier.
I hope the warning Unwed abovo may
prevent injury to our eltlisens and that
the exnlnuatlon'ns to scrip lmluoe the
llrand Army and kindred orgnnUations
to talto advantage of tho sarlp In buiid-
lug up Ihplr noblo orders.
S. C. WlllTWAM.
fiorn Okla Ibv
i:ntlroly Ont of TollUm.
WASIllM.Tot Sept. 0. Of fifty
guards at the United Slates rison at
!.'.. I .... ...... .. .. 1 .t.lir. uiii.ii t'.iilaxl
U W lll'll 'l.vv. ... ....v..
Mmlu uiblipps tblrte-threti havo bpeii '
released from their enlistment hy the!
. i . i... i ...
war denartmeiit and reappointed na
guards. In all of these appointments
the oacstion of their iMititns n.is not
been raise I it being tlie
Attorney deneral Harmon
administration of that prison entirely
out of politics.
Tliu Hook Triifn I'dmct.
(IttASli ItAl'itm Mich . Sept. . The
AtnoriiKin lioolt company won a de-
clslve victory in the annual tchool
election hero. Hight of tho retiring
members of tho school board voted for
it change in tho geographies from
those oitho trust to the of nn out-
side eoti.-orn. Of tUeae only three'
were ducted. The tnoiiiler who
oted against a ohingo in text books
were till re-eleeUMl with little opnoai-'
SUters berk Oliorro
r.iliEirrv Ma Sept. Twq sister
filed suits yesterday in the circuit
court hero for divorce froui their hu- limiu' siiiier' Monutueut.
bands Adah M. Farley vs. J. H iar' Uitawa Kan -pi -At the
ley und . KHen Uaunco va. James I. twldlers' reuniun ri- lutions wore
iiaunco. The women's aaldon nttun adopted J.0 form nn organ nation to bo
was Hallow. Doth allege drnnkeriiiess incorporated under the laws of Kan.
itid abiiso in their petitions. Mrs. tax fur the ptirpn.o of erecting a
Farley was 14 years old when she imir- monument to commemorate the serv-
ried six years ago. Mr. (Jaunce mar- Ices of the sixteen regiment- .f K'unsns
ried In JSSl nt the ago of 13. In the war for the union.
THE ADMINISTRATION WING CON-
. VENTION AT LINCOLN.
CLEVELAND IS INDORSED.
Tho tluril Minify Hleiiunt of llm flirtv 111
i;iillm.little Alrnril With tlie Treat-
ilpiit'n lln ini'liit l'oltc) The
Sllipr tliniHK rutf Opi'lnreil
to Itn l'(iiiillti simo
LiNi-otN Xilt. Sept. tl. When Stnto
Chairman Kuclid Martin of OmnliH
called the second Nebraska Democrat'
ic state convention to order nil en
thttsiastle delegates greeted him with
applause rncotirngt"l by an enthusias-
tic crowd of visitors It was consid-
ered quite signiticjiit in the light of
recent developments that fell out of a
totHl representation of (l.U delegates
should be present- when tlie conven-
tion was convened. Many of the
pioneers of Deim eracy of the state
were present and contributed to tho
dignity of tlie occasion with their
counsels. Every utterance in favor of
n national currency m which gold was
tlie basic principle was us vociferously
cheered ns the meiiiiou of free silver
in the c.niseutioii i.f the other wing of
the i ait last ii. otith.
The call was read by Secretary .1. II
Shecan. and Chairman Martin named
ltibb. of lIcHtneo as the temporary
chairman and (' Al. Iluebner of Ne-
braska t itt . as temporary secretary.
The recommendation was unanimously
ratified by the convention and Itibb
was introduced nun i a storm of cheers
llibb ui id that in addition to honest
money tariff reform and the greatest
gool for tlie greatest number tho gen
uine Democrat c party whose repre-
sentatives stood before him. stood for
everything; that whs good.
". few weeks since" he said "there
was held in Omaha nn ailcji'd Deino-
orat'e stato convention. Jt repre-
sented nothing more nothing less
thuu the shallow of Populism. They
called themselves 111 to 1 Democrats.
Sixteen to one would be sixteen Popu-
lists to one Democrat. You never
knew a Democrat to go nosing around
Populist soup homes. You never knew
a true Democrat to crawl ut tho base
of n Popttlistie liineh counter. This
Omaha gathering was not Domoorntle.
They Iiavo gone astray but like tho
prodigal son they will uoiuo bach."
Tho committee on permanent or-
ganisation recommeniiod that tho
tomporary orgiinlzntton be tnado
permuneiil willi tho addition of i;i
Mc iillooh of Itutler county as assist-
tint secretary. The report of the reso-
lutions committee was greeted with
repeated applause. The financial
phi uk rends:
Wii indorse the national Democratic
plntfoim of ls'cj and the interpreta-
tion placed thereon bv the president
utvl w e declare ourselves unnj u i vocal ly
and unreervcdly for that metallic
money as the stundard mintage the
bullion and mint value of winch are
approximately the same; the purchas-
ing power m which regardless of gov-
oruiiiunt mintage is the least fluctuat-
ing in all the inutkt'ts ol the civilised
world. We insist upon this policy as
especially nocei-ary for tlie protection
of the furiueri iiitiorers and properly
owning dehtoi. the most defenseless
victims of unstable money and Uuutuat-
iug currency. Tree coinage of silver
nt 10 to l met mi a poorer money ami
loss of it; it mean less wages for tho
laboring man and less actual nionoy
for tho business man; it menus bank-
ruptcy for all save the mine owner.
We locognie tho issue nud re is no
of our in usury notes as b serious me-
nace to tho stability of our millonul
finance. tin 1 we favor the retirement
of all treasury note nt the soonest
posslblo moment with proper nud anfa
guarantees for muintalng the neces-
sary volume of currency which shall
lie Movtscil by n competent and non-
partisan currency coiinnifcsion.
Following mimcrods brief speechoa
on the ctlicHC.v of the platform the
following nominations were made!
Supreme judge T. J. Mahouey; re
gents state nuUerlty. W. II Ash by
and John li Ames
I IAII IIKJKH HATS.
T. ( nine iiiuliiHtoil for (loieri'ur
mill J'rrp ( oIiihi;p Owiimii'ltHl
Oi.itKN I'tuh. sept 'i. -At the Dem-
ocratic btstc coniciition here the com"
mitt Be on resolutions reported the fol-
lowing plunk on the iuiiiii) ijucstion;
"We here detlare oursclies in favor
of the liiiuud ute ri stor.it ion ol the
free and tin ii-ntcd c image of silver
at th p. ii-. .t . K"' "it.o uf It; to I
" such coin ie
existed prior to ls7.l.
wlt waiting for the ac
"Mint of any '-ther uation.
"Ti.... i ..... i. . ..n i i
lion or con-
silver coin to be full logul tender for
ull debts public and piivate."
r.. .l.i ....!.. ri v i i .
' u" "'" l"u'' " " " tr." "t
Nebraska addressed th" convention.
Tho . 0fc.rueU.i unost
unauluious') to support d. I. liawlins
and Mocs Thatcher for the I nited
btatei. senate II 11 Uo bar ts of Davis
county was the only name presented
for meuiVer of congrasa.
At the evening session John T.
Caine vtu lioiuni.iteil for governor on
the first ballot.
Kuii'ili' ! umln.
To'i-K h.m S"pt o.--The statu
treasure 1 s import fo-- August shown
that the totui UisbiuatemenU for the
mouth were t liil. IV!J3 while the re-
ceipts were $.'"' ''-'. "'.' Tho largest
single luyment was Sti. 101 in dis-burs-nieiit
of lb- i-cmi-anuusl sehoof
FILIBUSTERS IN CHICAGO.
.V Strong llxinl UrhiR OrRniilent to
Muto Upon llnnnll.
Oiicacio SopL tl. Fred W. .lob tho
Hawaiian consul to Chicago dcolares
that An o.-(.'on federate general whose
home is nt presonl in Chicago but
whoso nnmo ho refuses to divulge was
approached by some of tho lenders of
a Hawaiian filibustering movement
and offered a commission if ho would
enllit in the undertaking. Tho oflleer
not only refused but called on Consul
.lob and informed him of what was
Mr. .lob at first could hardly believe
that any such movement wns on foot
but after Investigating was convinced
that tho report was not only true but
that everything was In readiness for
1 active operations. Ho nt once took
steps to inform tho home government
at Honolulu and notified tho Hawaiian
consuls in Washington San Kranolseo
and Sun Diego. It is said the company
already numbers between -I0o ami f(K)
picked men and that they have suc-
ceeded In arming themselves without
Mr. .lob said ho was not informed us
to how many mon wero engaged in the
movement or who tho lenders wero
but ho belloved he would be able to
And out in a short time. lie also said
that it would be an easy matter for
them to got into Hawaii by going in
small groups. He Is of the opinion
that with tho information at hnnd tho
Hawaiian governnuvt will bo ninply
nblu to tube caio of itself. He says
that thoroarc from BOfl to 1000 minute
men who can bo placed in tho Hold on
the shortest uotico nud that thoy
would be able to oope with any upris-
ing that might bo precipitated by tho
Chicago fill busters. lie gave It as his
opinion Unit the movement hud its
origin with u few mnlcoiiteuUt or with
those interested In sugar.
I lilt imI StntiM .IiiiIck KIlKitrpoii tlie Ai'llitii
of ClllclillKUW l'lllU'l.
CtllrKAStlA Iuil. Tor. Sept tl.
Tudge C. II. Kilgore of tho Northern
district of tho Indian Territory began
the first term of tho new court yester-
day with the following charge to tho
giaiut Jury concerning the leeent
methods tho Indian police used In col-
lecting the one per cMit intruders' tux
here: "Tlie citizens of the I'nlted
States are in the Indian territory by
sufferance by permission in tho na-
ture of n mild invitation. The Chick-
asaw nation has tho exclusive right to
Impose terms on people who como hero
to go Into business utid has the ex-
clusive right to lovy and collect all
reasonable taxes on such persons and
their bttslnuss. It eau remove persons
from the territory who dp not comply
with suuh reasonable regulations. Hut
II cannot in its eflort to collect taxes
from persons In default imo more force
than is necessary to vindicate tho law:
ts agents ami employes cannot on tho
pretext of collecting its revenues re
solve thomsolvo into a drunken mob
nud intuit women and helpless uicii
and terrorize tho community with
iuchesters and pistols. They havo
no right to so conduct themselves ns
to frighten the peaceable and law-
abiding people of the town who are
pursuing their vocations under author-
ity from tho Chickasaw nation I up-
prohenii tho government of tho United
Slates will seo that hot- eitiotm nro
h Horded protection from such
breaks. It is the duty of tho grit ml
jury to miilcc a thorough undimtiartinl
investigation of tho charges which tiro
miide against tho employes of tho na-
tion in tho promises"
Chicago Itnurit of T'ruilo.
ClllOAQO Sept li. 'Ill following It tlio rnuirn
nf prion of tlw Krala and provliloa market on
the bikini of tinild
( llll ! lIO'M
Sitpt. S &i(t. 4.
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Jin s sw
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October . .
KiumHii Clly (iniln itml
IlaniMluiat No. '. .V No.
J. re Ma
1140. twit Wheat No S n .1
1 No. i. sai
Na 4. kM; rjrti .: ooktsiU 3 a. c-prliit
WbMt-Ko. i.6fl'4-!; So. !.: rsete-l lie
CaruNu i HilwL MB: No -Tl
No. 4 ; no Krsd' . No i wlilta ti
No. .1. Wc
Oats-Na t wlieO. D: Nv J. Ite; No. I
1 a; no arJd. HI1Sj No -' watte Jftlt
No. i". !.
Itie -No. 'A 4Uj No. 4. 1 car tltoio Vie; No.
f.1jil -Mrt."t tdr. Aaaaiit Kb; Sp-
Com Cbup-Wnstt: MfMla owt Mknt
llrso -WmIc IShvUe pw wt kL lullt
fUy UlitslleaNi waikst tttwulj!. Tim-i.ll.v-(
tiotoa. Hu.ajtll: Nn I. .'.I19 Na
I -.) 1 faaey tH-aiit". tt).W; rlioiM fS.tt)
.; Na 1 tl.J ha K. AVHI: moklug
bas CauJlnl tUek. UK- ir ilea.
ISMtltijr - Hens Kg; iruw 7!i loo.Urt
l.'. TurkB w lUlwl nt Jo sieat't tpriam
wliuia nn ttor.li ) Itaelts Vi nprH.
Ac Uowe. Rut wsittO'l. tttfle vtluf 7c
l'iconi TisMtl iter thru.
llutur Ultra tntttf Mparator Ho; fair
iYillo; dairy fatw firm ll fair 1.0 ;
torn isMkad. (rMd. Vtftle oi erili. bo.
App'es -UihmI miiidy mihIi ami trade ilow
MtaO l bu seeenliax m ijaalitr. Hogtl jwr
I'oUtiwa KtMiIr . bar btt la ear lotti
ieucir &c im bin Me Is SMaattwayi iwwn
potatoa 46(Jjv- rr (m In a smalt war.
lb fallowing are rewanmUitir aWi
I)rMa boat aod atosrt itMrt . .. IUXW. 10
Tszai tad ludTmt tlwrt.
Htoni tteor .Ibl
Colorado ttuara ..t.W
TWxai ami Indian cow 'tllfttll
low. out Lsifou.. 1.2 6374
hl(okr arid feedert rtQitlO)
lIosu-llcepU. 381 J; thlppad JetUrdtr
Tho market ti Jo higher.
rjTuo top price wai $i.aa. nud the bulk of ial
fibeop-IUcelpU 2711 1 nuippod xettordr7H
Tb market was alron. aud actiie
THE FRAKER SENSATION
A DULUTH MAN SAYS THE REAL DR
FRAKER IS DEAD
WRONG MAN ARRESTED.
Hp V Known for Mmijr Venn In tho
Minnesota YViioiW na n Ornrv lleritilt
I'nitiTtlm Nninp of thn "Klnj; of
Dip t'orit"-limuniiicp Coin
piintf .iiiimI of n Hiiro
Toprka Kim. Soph 0. The Kansas
Independent u populist p.ipnr pub-
lishes:! letter from a eltlrcttof Ditlntli
to Its editor 1. W. Pack which pur-
ports to ovposo a eonspiraev on tho
part of tho insurance companies and
tho chief of police of Topeka to tirnwt
William Nehuelt and palm hliu oil" for
Oeorge Y. I'rakor of life In sum nee
fame. The letter ib written by a (lor-
man of the mime of llurbergor nnd Is
to tho effect that Fruiter or Schnoll
is a eritav horiult wlioio groat
ambition is to achieve notoriety.
Tho author of tho letter
declares that it can easily bo proven
that Schnoll has lived In the woods of
Minnesota and Wisconsin for years
and that ho passed in the locality
where ho was arrested as "King of tho
l'orcst." It Is alleged that It is not
tho Intention of the insurance com-
panies to push his prosecution after
the money handed over to Prober's
executor has been recovored. It ex-
plains that tho reason why I'raker's
companion in Minnesota was notlakeu
into custody was that he would swear
that tho prisoner Is not Fruiter and
furnish the names of any number of
witnesses who would so testlfv.
.1. P. Davis president of tho Kansas
Mutual Life Insurance company In an
Interview said there was no doubt of
Frnker's identity and that no ell'ort
would be made to secure tho return of
the liismituro moiiev until all inter-
ested admitted it. He said Hint he
believed Kroner would be sent to tho
penitentiary although lie admitted
that a number of prominent Kn nans
and Missouri attorneys whom ho hail
consulted had expressed tho opinion
that he could bo convicted of no crime.
M'.NHATIONK 1'ltOM IHIII).
Atoiinillii llt'li'liipiiit'iitu .May Ite Hpriing
at Liberty Mo.
LniKinv Mo. Sept . Astounding
developments It is rumored bote may
be developed in tho Or Fruiter In-
surance ciihu boforo another twenty-
four hours elapse. An olllcial of one
of the insurance companies who is
lice working on the case It is said on
good imthorlty innhos the st itemun t
that the 1111111 captured in Minue'ota
is not th'o doctor. The name of the
doubting olllcial is not made public.
Judge. I 11. Sandusky attorney for
Judge .1. E. Lincoln executor of tho
Frakor estate said to-dtiy that they
hud not admitted yet that the prisoner
is i i unci nil .inline nnuiillsKy will
tsiiv. liinviil'nf 1u Mini It. mm mill imv
not bo Frakor.
A gentleman niimuil Wooduiuuseu
who knew I'Vakur for fifteen years
uw the prisoner nt ICtiusus City. Ho
declares Hint the man now lu Jul) is
not Krukor. The man under arrest
and who uittnlts that ho is Dr. (icorgu
W. Frakor. is now locked up In tho
county Jail at lUohmoud Mo. whero
ho will be held for examination for
A. lffulltlllK Tri'iiaurcr IUiiipi'iiri. "
Oitawa Ohio Sept. . llenjoinln
Sutter treasurer of Uiloy township n
dry goods msrchitut of Piiiulnru Is
missing and his account aru about
97000 short. A feur is expressed that
ho has commHted suicide.
Cyclists I'lilmnno Titus and Murphy
have been conditionally reinstated.
Dan Htuart states jMwitivoly that tlm
dnlo of the fistic oarnivul will not be
The trial of the Iter. Hiiishuw for
tho murder of his wife was begun ut
The Ilamioek hulteiis corpus has
fallen through. Tho Imllans wore al-
lowed to escape.
Thomas Sweeuer whs called to lilt
gate and shot dead by his fiitlior-iipliiw
near Columblii Texas.
tionoriil Simon 11. Iliekner )ms with
drawn fron; the ree for I'nlted feititte
senator from Kentucky.
Kansas stock inou protest against
paving an Inspection fee on all cattle
shipped through the state.
Fire in Kostou destroyed llfi
warehouses and freight ear. The
loss Is estimated at :w500u
Mgr. Hooker snys Hint If Mgr- ha-
tolll Is made a cardinal he must of
necessity glv up his American Job.
Thirty-three of the military guards
of Leavenworth prism have been re-
tained under the civil administration
Susie Uiloy who murdered her base
born infant ut Ked Oak I. T. ploadcd
guilty to manslaughter ut Fort Smith
ftost-'A small purr c containing some
change an allnminum handled knife.
Reward for Its return to the I.oulgr
Wlint Vo. .fonoK JSuysr
(luthrie Qk. Aug. 31 'US.
lynowltou Uanderlno Co. fientlo-
rocn; Home time ago my hair began
falling Oat badly. I used Daudorine
for a few times and it has entirely
stopped my hair from fulling out aud
has caused a growth of vigorous hair.
Ilanderloe is also uuoxcclled for all
diseases of scalp and hair and especial
ly for eradicating dandruff It gives
one pleasure to recommend Dauderlne
as I am satisfied it is all you claim for
It and that It Is tho very best hair re-
storer that has ever been placed on the
market. Yours truly
Titos a Jo.wkh
Attorney ul Law.
is a pleasant bustno&s. It's n spanking team to rfilu behind and jou 11 bo
hopelessly tllsttuictHl If you allow yourself to got behind any other. 'Hint's
what we're drlvl'ig bargains in footwear ami It's limiting our business strike
a winning gnlL bill don't forgot; while wo drlvtt you strike bargains. Wo
can't always bo on the road though; the stock's going and don't wait till tho
llrst choices have all been sold Now'n the tlmo to buy. Superb goods low
prices; these are twins that put tho Siamese pair completely In tho shade
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch
Exclusive Shoe Dealers
Repairing Neatly Done.
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Queensware Tinwarejjand .
Hi North Second St. German and English Spoken.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
Mniiiii'iiHiiiTS all khitlHor VoIiIcIor. I'atnllii Trim mini; ami
KppnlrliiK iiromptly iillt'iitliMl lo.
:t22 South niviHionln'Pl (iii.l.rle. 0k.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotol Royal.
Caters to the Best .Trade Only. Best Goods
In Stock all the Time
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 95
OSGAR HAMILTON Manager.
M. L. TUUNKK. 1'iswiiiwit.
Capital fully paid
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS & VAN WYCK Prop's.
first-class livery barns .t Stillwater and Orlando. Tho best of teams and
improved facilities for carrying passengers between these two points. Teas
aiwavs roadv to start at anv time in tho dav and return at your pleasure
Tho shortest and quickest route batweon Optbrlo and HUH water Is via Orlatts
118 West Oklahoma Ave.
UK0. li. Ull.LINUSLI'.Y Cahler.
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