The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 104, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 6, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OKFIOIAt OIU1AN OK OKLAHOMA UE3IOOUAUV.
OKK1UE OF l'UIU.IOAtlON. ItAltKIBON AVKNOK.
GUTHEIE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MOPPING UC'TOliER G 189f
SHARP NOTE TO ENGLAND
THE PRESIDENT SAID TO HAYE DE-
CIDED TO UPHOLD VENEZUELA
A POSITIVE STAND TAKEN.
Serrr-tiiry of stntii Olimy llrportrd to
Htttc Tut a rinn Drcltir.-Ulim of tha
I'mllton of tho United Stnten
ti Aiutmimiilnr Itnjnrd
Monroo Doctrine to
New Yoiik Oct. 5. A special to the
Ileriild from Washington says: "Jl'ho
groat international question of tho
liour is tho Venezuelan boundary dis-
pute. Secretary Olney has prepared a
dispatch to Ambassador Ilnyard which
will hooii bring the matter to an issue.
This dispatch is of a most positive and
unequivocal nature. As soon as it
shall bo placed before tho llrltish gov-
ernment it will raiso an issue which
can bo settled only by retreat of one
or tho other governments. The stand
taken by the United States in this dis-
patch is ono that involves the oldest
and most sacred traditions of the Mon-
"Secretary Olney's dispatch is a dec-
laration in the most poittlvo language
that the United suites will novor con-
sent to British occupation of tho dis-
puted territory in Venezuela unless
that nation's right thereto is deter-
mined by arbltiation. This declara-
tion is substantially tho sanio us that
which wis made soino months ago
and to which the Ilritish fuieign olllca
replied with a statement that while
Knglihh right to a part of tho terri-
tory in question could be submitted to
arbitration the rijjht to another part
could not be submitted to such adjudi-
cation. When (Srcat Jlritain took this
ground tho quu-tion which President
Cleveland nnd his udvlscrj hud to de-
cide was whethor tho United States
was bound by tho Monroo doctrine and
by her dignity to insist that ull of the
territory in dispute should bo submit
ted to arbitration or whether by con-
ceding Kngland'H contention we should
virtually ubandon tho Held and leave
Venezuela to light it out alone.
"In polito but llrm and significant
words Secretary Olney declares it to
bo the belief of tho United States gov-
ernment that tho territorial claims
which Orcat llritaln has set up in Ven-
.czuclu tiro in the nuluro of an attempt
to solzo territory on tho American
continent to which she has no legal
"The secretary points out two horns
to tho dilemma leaving England to
choose which it will accept. First
If the quarrel with Venezuela is nn
ordinary boundary dispute having its
origin in faulty descriptions. Imperfect
surveys or other misunderstanding a
refusal to arbitrate the samo is con-
trary to the precedents set by Orcat
lirltmn herself and eontivtry to tho
practice of all civilized nations. Sec-
ond If on tho other hand us appears
to be the ease nnd is the belief of tho
president of the United Stato-t tho
dispute as to the location of u bound-
ing line is a mere disguise under which
tircut liritnln is attempting by supe-
rior force to extend her territory in
America this is diiectly violative of
the .Monroo doctrine and will never
bo submitted to by tho United Suites.
"This is the substance of tho dis-
patch which in nil piobability will
hoon become ono of the most famous
dispatches ever sent out from the stato
department. It is a direel positive
nud practical application of the Mon-
roo doctrine in its broadest aspect to
tho quarrel between Orcat Ilritain and
Venezuela. It commits tho United
States to a position which must be ad-
INCENDIARIES AT A FAIR.
The r.tdilorka of tho Noblo County Init
AxMiclatlmi Fired Tno I.lvc Lot.
KENDAM.vii.r.E Ind. lot. 3. Last
evening whllo soveral thousand peo-
ple were crowded in nud around tho
track of tho Noblo County Fair asso-
ciation nt a prearranged signal five
fires wero started in thu piles of straw
iu tho paddock stalls. In n few min-
utes u rcpulur conllngratlon was in
progress. The firemen soon by hard
work got tho flames under control.
Lnte nt night it was found that two
lives wero loit as the insult of thu fire
Jackson a horsomun and an unknown
woman being burned to death. Nino
valuable draught horses entered for
prizes were rout tod alivo.
The flames liokod up scores of vohl-
clos belonging to visitors and commu-
nicated to a bidu exlbitlon hall con-
suming it Tho crowd became panic
btricken. women and ohlldron being
trampled nndci- foot und injured.
Cutieht After Many Yvarc.
Linioi.w Nob. Oct. 5. To-day tho
sheriff of Jeftcroon county Kansas
was in tho olty to obtain a requisition
for Jim Thuigherty a highwayman and
bank robber of much notoriety. Tho
Kansa. officers- have been on Daugh-
erty's trail for thirteen yunr?. -There
is a reward of S'J.OOO for his capture.
Toi incIu'K l Snov In Wyoming.
Laiiahu'. Wyo. Oct. 5. Ten Inches
of 6now has fallen hero slnuo yester-
day noon. Tho weather began clear
Jug at noon to-day The teinpjrature
is above freezing. Some damage was
done to wires and trees.
Jay Uould'n EUtate.
Nnw Yonit Oct. &. Surrogato Fltz-
gorald hw. returned to David McClure
uppraiser of tho Jay Gould estate his
reports on its value in order fiat tho
collateral inheritance tax may be
levied. The report values the personal
property of tho estato lit 8S0.034.CS0.
and the real estato at 3000000. Tho
residuary estate amounts to S73U2)347
Bondholders of the Dcs Moines and
Knnsas City road huvo begun pocoed
ings to recover possession of the. prop-
erty. Sensational charges of conp4r
Hy arc made.
LAND OFFICE REPORT.
CommWnloncr It.morrnttx fllvr-s Annual
stntlMlc of III Itarcnn.
Wasiiisoto.v. Oct. .V S. V. Lnin-
oreaux commissioner of the gcnoral
land oflicc it hit annual report to tho
secretary of tho interior declares that
tho decline of land olllce business noted
in the Inst report still continues. Com-
pared with 18PI there has been a de-
crease in l.-nil entries of 10005 and of
(1010 (18; acres entered upon a decrease
of final ent-lcs of 0531 and 35(1030
acres entered upon nnd a decrease pf
cash receipts of 8731370. The business
of tho office for tho fiscal year ended
June 30 was as follows: Cash sales
117378 acres; homestead entries
50(0401 neros; stato selections 020100
acres; railroad selections 1007170
ncres; swamp land patents 211774
acres; Indian allotments 8540.1 acres;
Indian lands sold 4251:1 acres; total
cash receipts $2033434; patented or
certified with tho effect of patenting
to railroad companies HiSi3'jO acres
sui . ) accepted by the land olllce
101::; 053 acres.
Title cs Hob a ICnnn.t) (Sheriff.
Wichita Kan. Oct. 6. D. C. llrown
sheriff of Harper county was robbed
of $211 and valuable papers at the fair
grounds yesterday. This morning ho
received tho papors and his purso
through tho mall with a polito nolo
from the thief. I). U. itickords of Ki-
owa lost a pockctboolc containing
notes nnd $25. Two ladies lost their
pockctbooks and railroad tickets at
tho Santa Fo depot last night. Tho
railroad company carried them free to
their destination. Other minor losses
have been reported.
No Clemency for nn Ainnrlcmi.
Munich Oct. 5. At to-day's sitting
of tho lower hoti-40 of parliament tho
premier announced that the appeal of
Louis Stern of Now York sentenced
two weeks' imprisonment and fined
SISDfor insulting Huron VouThuongen
deputy commissioner of tho Spa nt
Kissongen had boon rejected and
that the prince had refused to inter-
fere. II. II. llojcucn Uenil.
Ni:w Yoiik Oct 0. Hjalmar II.
Iloycscn the famous Norwegian
author died very suddenly hereto-day
of rheumatism of tho heart.
lie established a reputation as a lec-
turer ns well as a novelist and essayist
and among his friends numbered such
men as Victor Ilupo and Tourgucuoff.
lie lenves a widow and two children.
A Clmmiiloa Athlete rntally Hurt.
Saui.t Stk Maihk Mich. Oct. fi.
John 1). Mcl'herson the professional
champion shot putter of tho world
fell forty-six foot from ono of the now
lock gates this morning to tho lock
floor and was fatally injured.
Final arrangements for carrying
United Stntcs forolgn mails under the
subsidy system nro being made.
Tho judicial district law of Kansas
has been held constitutional.
A MIsslsslpplan walked into tho
mint at lMilladolphla nnd wanted two
gold bricks coined.
Professor Ilnupt of Johns Hopkins
unlvorsity is editing u lot of proofs of
the new Hebrew bible.
Manuel ltomcro Ilubio Mexican
minister of tho interior nnd President
Diaz' fnther-in-law Is dfad.
Kcfrnctory boys at tho Chilocco In-
dian school in Kansas arc tried and
punished by a jury of students.
Minnio Owens committed suicide nt
Mobcrly Mo. because a business man
of tho town had wronged her
'Iho New York chamber of com.
inorco will name a committee of fifty-
live members to succeed the Committee
of Seventy in the fight on Tainmnny.
Chicago Hoard of Trade.
CniCAiio. Oct. I. Tho following li iha range
of lirlf ei nt tha Rndn and proThlon market on
Iho tionr.l of tnule:
( n '
IIhco tuber.. ..
lH'Comlicr .. ..
Itunias City Or.vtn anil I'ioiIuoj
Hard Wlient .Vo i;Wi. No. a I8j; Net.
j i rejected 4Cc toft Whoat Ho 2. ojot Na
3fll3. Not. To; rejected. SO); Daerudu ttiVxt.
rrln j Wheat- No 2. rj: No. J 55c t rejected
Ifc; unite (prise wheat 4IQ3I;.
Co-n No i mitat. Al'(i; He. I ISK't
Nn.-' taii do cradi a03 3i; .So. .'vrlilti. IClit;
Oat-.'i mliot. ISj: N i iSi Nu I.
I'ti no cradi Uille Ne J waila. VOjj No. S
lha-Na. t Wji No. 1 i: Wo. 4. tlKdi.
n.ix5l Sflitmor. WJji Oetobar 6U
llrnn KHtSlo pr cut aclol; built 6 les.
KffCi-Btrlrtly freth onualod ttotlc 1'iHt.
1'oultry-lleai Co; iprliii;'. 643701 rojtor
IS-. 'I'uflio). 7v sc miriiiR lurLofi.over bt
8ij; nndor S Ibi cot uanlad m thUinarkoL
Oacki 7ifc ( ie-- not wanted SMtitc;
kprlrts) 7a I'ltfooai 41 nor iloMi
Duller Kitra fane eparutir 2)o; fnl 'If
ISe: dairy fancy firm 11315;; t'.oro packed
frrh. Willci off crailoi IftSe.
Apple -Cooklnj applei sell from lHJJIc por
Ims choice oallut' 0ip:c. SHJlOo. r'aooy IQ
l.tiporbbl common to eoo.l Wgl5cprbbL
Potatoei TUcro wn a good inpply on ila
today In a mal! xuf 'UHdac wa wcured;
7c iwir bu la ctr lotj) Inficy. ISfjllK! por bu
iwoj- itutojjt) Coper bo la a mutt vuf.
Sbipplnitandilrriied Ue( tojrt.... T8)fil.73
Teiaiand indiau tucr t'tOQL'.i
Wtttern Hun 111)6400
Hlockert and foedert ...ilufin.7J
Cowtaud tiolten fcUwAOJ
C".'.'w ".-. 4.00G8.W
JlWi-Itecolpt 11.7'J7iLlpiw. jetcrdurlll.
Ttia markot opened (low to 1 ceutt lowjr
and m 1-c to lie lowfrst IIiocIom. 'J be top
price trai (115 und Ilia bulk ot talci fiom
Sbop Hccelpb T-4ls hipped refirJay.
81S. TUo markp( wu aclt and itoady.
Tito following aro roprcientatlro ialo
WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW
SOME FIGURES THAT SHOW THE
APPROACH OF GOOD TIMES
CONDITION OF BUSINESS.
(IrntlfyhiR ltcjiultn Derived l'rom Coinpnr-
InC Iho I'nuent Utmrter With tho Cor-
rctpondlnp; l'crlod l.nt Year
Wluitennte l'rlco f All Com-
modltlon nt tho Lotrmt
ltanpu Vet Known
New Yoiik Oct 5. It. O. Dun &
Co.'s weekly review of trade says-
Commercial failures in tho third quar-
ter of 180C wero 2704 with liabilities
of S5'- 1(17 170 averaging 811781 per
llrm against 310038 la t year about
10 per cent more. The rate of com-
mercial mortality 3.31 failures In a
quarter for every 1000 firms In busi-
ness is lower thnti last year una the
proportion of defaulted liabilities to
tho solvent bustness represented by
payments through clearing houses is
but t'.iO per Sl.u'JO against 2.77 last
year. Tho defaulted liabilities per
llrm in business average 810.0J
ligatnst 82li. .V.) last year. The de-
faulted liabilities of tho manu-
facturing class average S"0Sil." against
S10.73 In the Mime quarter lust
year; in trading $srT" ngninst $" I i:i
last year; and the banking failures
not included above have been thirty-
one with average liabilities of 8114-
000 ogainst 9UO03U last year. In tho
third quarter when failures nro
usually tho average of linhdltios In
prosperous years lulls below 810()0;
the numbor below two in l.OiiO llrms
the defaulted liabilit'es below 8'i per
5100'J exchange; nnd bolow 5'JS per
firm In business. The analysis in-
dicates a condition on itppronchingbut
not yet reached of general prosperity.
Highly important comparisons of
prices this week show nbout Septem-
ber 8 the lowest rango ever known
for wholesale prices of nil commodi-
ties notwithstanding advances sincn
March of lit) per cent iu cotton goods
40 per cent in boots and shoes and 53
per cent In iron and steel products
while in woolen goods thero has been
scarcely any advance ami In nil food
products taken together a fall of 17
pet cent. Comparisons show a fall In
food products ot 33.3 pur cent In tho
flvo years slnco October 18U0j in wool-
en goods 2i.T per cunt; in iron pro-
duels Ui.4 pur cent and in cotton
goods U'.fttJ per cent while boots and
shoes nro u little higher nud leather
tlnil hides much higher than tlvo years
ago. Tho cotton market has mounted
above 0 cents nud holds. In splto of
realizing but ns tho crop is
late and quite largely held back
does not yet feel the influence
of thu receipt natural at this
date. Ucpori of Injury nnd lower
estimates of yield hnve impressed all
minds while few rem em her the stocks
brought over. Receipts aro growing
hut for that month hnvo beou 3.15000
bales less than last year. Wheat 1b a
shado weaker while Western receipts
have been (1550 It) 1 bushels against
417101 last your while Atlantic ex-
ports have beun only 10.. Si f'.i against
a71il4isO last year. Corn is but littlo
lower though beginning to move
cjulto Jnvgoly. Tho Pennsylvania has
ordered 40000 tons of steel rails and
other roads 85030 but the steelmakers
having bought their pig. lloseomcr Is
lower and also fray forge and tho
demand for finished products is decid-
edly smaller to that tho average of
Iron prices turns downwara lor tno
llrst tlmo since February.
Failures for the week havo been 207
in tho United Stntcs against 2l'J last
Nnw Yoiik Oct n. Tho following
table compiled by llradstrcet's shows
tho clearances at the cities named and
tho percentages of increase or decrease
as comparod with tho corresponding
week last year:
I t'loarlnm I Dec. I Inc.
Knn City ....
!!)! I Jlr
Morrill Innuc'irates n Ilrforuu
TorHKA Kan Oet 5. Uovornor
Morrill hus started n reform nt ttio
pnltntiary by leaning nil order that
no employe of thu state shall bu per-
mitted to purchase supplies at tho
penitentiary htoru house. This in-
cludes everybody from tho warden to
the mokMiiger. Heretofore tho peni-
tentiary people hnvo bought ktulT from
tno fctore houte at cot anil tt has id-
bulted in tovitrul larg kiieil u-HnduU.
It Is to avoid even the nppoiranco of
evl' that tiie governor acU.
No UprhlnR of Indian.
RonKlll'I) AOENCV S. J). Oct 6 No
uprising of Indiun has occurred on
tho reservation though tho twenty-
one days given by Hollow Horn Hear
for the agent to ubdlcato und for tha
white to leavo expired yesterday.
Hollow Horn is now in tho look-up
nnd his confinement may huvo a good
etfeot on iiiin. It will do inituli to
break down his Intluonec with the In-
dians. Illir Haul of Couiilrrfillert.
Kr.w Yoiik Oct. R. Another big
haul of counterfeiters lias been mado
by tho agents of the government se-
cret service. The prisoner arc An-
gelo lWeri Joseph Carlise Charles
Carltee Joseph Cositelll Sarto l.nzaro
and Salvntore Maeclnonc. Tho coun-
terfeit coin and bills uro of excellent
workmanship. The bills ore ot the
samo make as the ones which were
circulated it this city injstu.
Huuw In Colorado.
Dknveii Col. Oct. 0. In somo por
tlons of tho state tix inches of snow
IN RECEIVER'S HANDS.
Farmer' Loan nml Tnmt Compnny 'Wins
Ott-r tho OrrRnn Improirmrnt.
SKATTf.n Wash. Oct. 5. The Ore
gon Improvement company went into
the hands of a receiver In Judge Han-
ford's court yesterday afternoon and
C J. Smith uppointcd. Tho bill
ot complnint s filed by the Farmers'
Loan nnd Trust company and
ft recites tho execution of
first mortgage bonds December
1 1800 amounting in tho
aggregate to J5 000000 of which
bonds Slfin.oOO wero afterward re
deemed. November 1 1830 the Ore-
gon Improvement company to secure
payment on a scries or bonds aggre-
gating $1000000') mttdo u deed of
trust unown nstho consolidated mort-
gage interest on which amounting to
SIS3.SI5 for tho hnlf yoar fell duo Oc-
tober 1 when default was made.
Tor-HHA Kan. Oct. 5. Oovernor
Morrill lott fot his homo in Hiawatha
yesterday afternoon and will not re-
turn to the executive ofllco until next
Wednesday. On Tuesday afternoon
at T o'clock occurs tho mnrrlago
of Miss (Iraeo Morrill and Mr. Charles
DImiii. Tho ceremony will take plnco
at the governor's residence nnd tho of-
llehillng clergymen will bo n Catholic
dignitary from Kansas City and tho
pustor of tho Congregational church
nt Hiawatha. Mr. Dixon is a Catho-
lic while MUs Morrill is an attendant
upon the Congregational church.
v. i.. H. O.
At a special meeting of the Chautau-
qua Clrclo hold Monday atternoon tho
following ofllccrs wero elected for tho
ensuing year beginning October ItO'i
anil ending July lSOG:
President. Mrs. N. M. Carter; vlco
president Mrs. Teaguc itay; secretory
Mrs J. II. Keaton; treasurer Mrs. W.
The flrst regular meeting will be
hold Monday October 0. at tho resi-
dence of Mrs. Rhodes beginning at 2
o'clock p'. ni.
All of the members aro earnestly re-
quested to meet promptly at the ap-
pointed lime as rules and regulations
aro to bo adopted and questions ot im-
portance discussed In which each and
all are interested.
The (iro wlh of tho American Nation
chapters 1st and 2d.
The Industrial Revolution.
General discussion Christopher Co-
lumbus f.lof Krlckson respective
claims to tho discovery of America;
tho early colonial industries
Tho band boys will play somo spe-
cial now music at their concert on tho
government acre Tuesday evening the
program being as follows:
1. Mnrch King Cotton.
-. Waltz Seducctor.
3. Overture Morning Start.
I. Descriptive At the Race Course.
B. March Soncgambia.
0. Overture Anonymous.
7. Descriptive Across tho Border.
8. Waif. Little Sweetheart.
0. Descriptive Hunting Scene.
10. Mnrcii Dunliip
Davo Sharp and Chas. Parks are
making hay this Week.
Alva McCart is on tho sick list this
week. Mr. Mcl'cok Is in attendance.
John Huland returned from Mis-
souri last Friduy
3? Mr. Drier's father and mother of
Harden Kansas huvo been visiting
Mr. lllivlns ot Crescent City v.-as in
this community last week on busi-
ness. Roys look out and hold to your
pieces of calico for Charley Sharp lias
painted his cart
Married Tuesday Kept 17 Jolly
Allen to Mr. Aril. We wish them
The party at Mr. Vatiderburg's last
Tuesday nlgut was qullu a success.
Davo Sharp and &on made a trip to
Tho party at John Morris' last Sat-
urdoy was well attended.
Kid. J. W. lllaclt and Rer. L I'.
Johnston will begin a six-weeks meet-
ing at tho Cotttonwood October 12.
Everybody Invited from tar and near.
Hid. lilaek passed through this vi-
cinity last week.
Tiiuas-Jouruul Sept. 30: Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Furlong Mrs. llaker und
Miss Trcsslo returned today from a
throo-weeks' outing at Sulphur
Springs. They teport having had a
good tlmo Mr. Furlong hus fully re-
covered and will again resume his
practice of healing.
Teachers' registers best found
printed bound in manllla and cloth
for sale at Royle's book store. Tho
law says these registers aro required
to be used by teachers in all public
schools. Approved by Superintendent
One of our farmers desiring to en-
?;ago in other business will sell ills
inproved bottom land farm within
two miles ot Outhrie for 81 400 half
cash. Address li. Uruuner caro Lea.
der. 0 0 t4
What Col. Joiich HayH.
Outhrie Ok. Aug. 31. '05.
Knowlton Danderlne Co. Gentle-
men: Somo time ago my hair began
falling out badly. I used Danderlne
for a few times and it has entirely
topped my hair from falling out and
has caused a growth of vigorous hair.
Danderlne Is also unexcelled for all
diseases of scalp and hair and especial
ly for eradicating dandruff. It gives
one pleasure to recommend Danderlne
aa 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 tha
market. Yours truly
TitOfl H. JONES
Attorney at Lw
IS JIM CORBETT AFRAID?
HIS NEW ORLEANS INTERVIEW IN.
DICATES THAT HE IS
SO SPORTING MEN SAY.
Inula! If pon Nimt Comtlllnix l'rom I'lti-
ImiuoiK In Ilrcnyd to Money Mat-
ter mill Itpfnroe or Ho Will Not
do Into tiie ltln liiillnn
Territory I.lkrly to (let
tho Ills I'luht.
New Oiimjaxs I.n. Oct. 6. Tho
opinion is expressed hero by certain
sporting men that Corliett is building
up a foundation to get out of his light
if possible. It was noticed that to
every newspaper man who inter-
viewed him Corhott tallied only on
ono subject and that was nn tlm many
strings that wero attached to tle l'it-
slmmoun stake livery con ruination
tho pugilist Indulged In this Mibjeet
would prominently bu brought for-
ward by him.
When It Is taken Into coushlerattuti
that tho attachments against Plttm-
mons' money in lhvyor's hands wero
issued mora than a. month ago and
Corbett rofralncd saying anything
about it nt that time glvo ilsu to tho
suspicion that tho conqueror of John
L. Sullivan litis kept this us his lust
Corbett very bluntly said that FiU-
slmmons would havo to put up $10 (MKi
in the stakeholder') hand without un
attachment tied to it or ho would not
light. Ho claims that Pltrsimiuons
only has 8"S.o()0 of thu sslito bet up tho
other 31000 being attached by tho
Metropolitan l'rintlue; company and
Attorney Friend formerly tho Aus-
tralian's lawyer. Corbett is clainilnif
that i'hll Dwyer told him Just before
no lelt xsew ork Unit it liu won no
would get but 8H.000 of Iho bidu bet.
Corbett also s:iy4 that ho will light
Fit.siuiinons fur tho idc hut iilMue.hitt
puts in the old proviso that &10u0o no-
utlached must bo put up.
Local sporting men arc of thu opin-
ion thnt this provision of Con .t's
will occasion considerable trouble bu-
foro October 31. Just why the cham-
pion is anxious to have tho referee se-
lected at this tlmo cannot bu learned.
Roth Corbett and his malinger Hilly
llrady tire clamoring for tho rofcrcu
to bo chosen immediately. When
asked thu dllTcrcuco it would innko In
selecting tho refcrco tho day before
tho light they say that iu such tin Im-
portant caso as this tho roferee should
be known several weeks aliond In or-
der to give conlidonco to the public.
Tho general feeling In New Orleans
Is that tho llL'ht will never take plaeo.
Corbett and party i cached tho city
yesterday morning over tho I.oulsvillo
and Kashvlllo road. It Is the general
opinion among local sports who knew
Corbett well that ho Is not tho snme
Corbett of old. His face is very much
flinched and there is n dull look about
his eys. During tho day the cham-
pion visited thu Southern Athletic club
and did some little work.
1'I.ANH I'OIt Till! 1'iallT.
mHnitlon Aro Now Thut II
He Held In the Territory.
Anmioiti: Ind. Ter Oct. 5. From
present indications It now looks ns if
the big Corbett and Fltzniinnions light
Is coming to Ardmoro. Tho Chlckn-
saw Indians wnut them the Santa Fu
railroad company wants to bring
them and will run trains from tho
Dallas amphitheater without cost mid
Dan Stuart is kccplnir the wirua
hot to know the conditions under
which it can bo pulled oir at
Ardmoro. Tho hotels of Dallas Fort
Worth nnd (ialnusvllle nro equally ac-
cessible for visitors to Ardmoro and
Ardmoro can accommodate 5000 guests
for uny length of time and can food
all who may coma Au enthusiastic
mass mooting was hold last night nt
the olllce. of United Statos Commission-
er Olbbons and Judge Muruu Scott
United States commissioner under
Judge Charles F. Stuart wu sont to
represent to the athletic club the con-
ditions under which the contort can bo
held at Ardmore and confer with Iheiu
upon thu proper arrangement to bo
made for the oxpoctod visitors. Messrs.
Dougherty Pennington and Snyder
from tho Santa Fe genorai oil leu ar-
rived at Ardmore and have gouo
to Tlfehomlnuo where thu Chick-
asaw council Is now In smmIoii
to have thu eontcstnnla adopted
ns members of thu tribo In or-
der to ascapo the Jurisdiction of the
United Status courts in tho Indian Ter-
ritory nnd obvlnto the posniblo legal
objections to thu contest. Tho beat
legal talent conour in tlrs opinion thu?
there is no law on tho statute books to
prevent prlso lighting o. physical cul-
ture coiitosU and the ArkuuMv. stat-
utes in voguo here simply mtiko prUut
lighting u iniMlemenuor punishable by
a (2K line. Tho Chlakasuw legisla-
ture Is staled as now In fcwslun and
for a small eotl a bill ootild bu passed
by that august body logolUliig tlm
physical culture contest.
Ihe Tajlor Ntllt Kafu.
C'Aiinoi.i.roN.Mo . Oct 5. YosUrduy
was tho date sot for tho hanging of
thu Taylor brothers for the murder of
tho M coin family but Judge Kuukor
grunted a stay pending an up peal to
tho supremo court The uppoal will
not be heard before next April.
IMntc Tiller Arreilrd.
C'uifAoo Oct. 4. Harry J. I Mar-
tin forteven years teller of the Cuiu-
incrclal National bank of Chicago was
arrested last night on a warrant
sworn out before United States Com-
missioner Foote by National Rattle
F. x mnl ne r McKeon charging him with
embez7lemont ot 81 loo.
VH1 I'oanre on HrailU
. Uuexos Avnes Oct. 3. -A dispatch
to El Dlarlo says that Kngland Franco
and Italy hare decided upon collect! vo
action with a view to securing satis-
faction ot their rvspcvtWe claims upon
Mm& -&m& j' &j
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OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
and s arc .ur shoes. You'll bo right too if you seloot your footwear from
our stock because you'll get wha' l low In price perfect In lit nnd handsome
!n appearance. Unsightly shoes mar the whole attire but our shoes nro un
addition to any outfit. Tho rIioo bill Is- also a serious addition to your expenses
if you buy a poor nrtlclei Alwnys gel the host by selecting your shoes from
our stock. You enn rest assured that this Is the right thing to do und that
any other course will cost more nnd be far less Batlsfaetory in its results.
EissGlimidl & Hetscli
Exclusive Shoe Dealers
118 West Oklahoma Ave.
pairing Neatly Done.
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Queensware Tinware and
tit North Second St. Gorman and English Spoken.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
-i x.yjrsis?fy--T ri(j!vT"'kiTR I
Maiuilachiros nil hinds of Vohlclcs. ralutin Triiiiiiiint; and
RoimlriiiB iiroiniitly alloiulod Uu
'.VV2 South Division Slrcol Uuthrio lc
Large airy and nicely furnished rooms. Table the best tho market ufforda
Wood Jervlcu. Located In buslnc&fi center.
Uoriior Harrison aivd Kirs I StroolH.
S. BILLINGS Proprietor.
N. F. CHEADLE COAL COMFY
Wholesale and Itetail dealurs in
CANON FRONTENAC WEIR CITY
Alio sole agent for the wit of tho celebrated MeAloator Coal the best coal on
the market for domestic use.
Olllro ami Vnr.ls flil Oklahoiiui Ave.
'roiupliono No. 0.
Tho finest (quipped bar iu the city.
Wo handle only the host Winee Liuuors and Cigars.
Next door to the Leader ofllco.
Houd'juarters for horsemen during tho fair.
10ft Harrison Ave.
F. P ALLEN Prop
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