The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 140, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 19, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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HFFU'UI OI!0N(I' UH1.AIIUMA UUMOUUAlt
ofimvm oit 1'i'm.tcAi tot haruison knue
GTJTLiRlK OKLA.HOM A. TT P-DA Y Ml ULN I IN TNO EMHE
II PLUNGE TO DEATH
CLEVELAND ELECTRIC CAR DROPS
101 PEET THROUGH A DRAW.
SCORE OF VICTIMS
Mototmati and On Other thf Only Occu-
pant tt Kienpe -A Conductor's Cnre-
lenm Signaled to Go on After
tin llrldgn Megan to Swlnj-
rld for 11U llluiider
With III! Mfo.
I.KVEI.A.ND Ohio Nov. 18. A heavy
electric motor car ooutalng between
twenty and thirty pat Bangers went
through the draw of the central via-
duct at 7:J5 o'clock Saturday evening
and dropped 101 feet to the river be-
low It is a horror the like of which
has never occurred hero before.
As the car went over the brink of
the ab;ss the motorman jumped from
the vestibuled front. All the other
occupants of tho car with the excep-
tion of tho few who had managed to
jump ns it toppled over went down to
curtuin death. Tho enr disappeared
from sight as soon us it struck the
water and every on6 of the passen-
gers were drowned.
Tho central viaduct is a huge stilt
bridge 3000 feet long made of iron.
It connects the heights and tho pros-
perous residence section on both
sides with the business center of the
city. Directly over tho river is a draw
bridge on the plvot-swlnging pattern
and this is 101 feet above the surface
of tho water. Tho South Side street
railway passes over the bridge and on
either side of tho draw there is a bafoty
switch which unless the conductor
alightb and holds up a handle will
send a car into tho gully instead of
ullowing it to go on to tho draw.
The ill-fated motor cur containing
between twenty and thirty people
approached the draw juat ns a vessel
was Hearing it and the bridge attend-
ants had closed the big iron gates and
ycre preparing tp swing the draw. As.
is the rule the car stopped and thocun-
ductqr went forward to release tho
switch in case tho way was clear. lie
jnust have been blinded by tho electric
)jghts fop an eyp-witness declares that
although thp gates wer closed am
tho draw was already in motion tlip
conductor raised the switch handle.
Tho motorman -applied tho current
and the car shot forwnrd and struck
the gates with a crnbh There was
ouly a moment's pausa iind then the
heavy car ground its way through tho
wreckage nurt plunged over the brink
into tho black abyss amid tho screams
itnd frantic struggles of the passen-
gers who at tho lirst intimation of
danger rushed to tho rear door. Tho
car struck iho wiuer with a great
splash and then there was silence.
Tho first reports of the disaster have
been verified in ovcry particular with
tho possible exception of the number
of victims which is a trille smaller
tlian was at ilrst surposed.
The work of rescuing the bodies of
the victims ha gone on steadily since
o o clock Saturday evening and it is
now believed that nothing more can
be done until the last bit of the wreck-
age of the car has been removed from
It was almost impossible to work
with ony system The crowd pushed
itself as neai tho scene as possible and
the efforts of a largo force of polico to
maintain ordei was almost f rt v.ahi. H
Was with ifreat diflieullv that a body.
when recovered was taken to one of
flie dead wagons.
One of the bodies found was that of
'ittle Oertle Hoffman aged 4H years
who was going homo from the store
where her father was employed with
her mother and brother 1 he child's
tiody wus found lying ajjalnst tho
bank of tho river soma distance be-
u the scene of the accident.
The Undlng of her body filled tho
cup of sorrow for her father. Shti
Was tho lastmerhbeV of his ftimllj.'
jl wife an4 &n H'arv'ejt the latter
aged '' had already been taken 'roin
tlenrj W Mecluenberg
Mrs. John A. Saurnheimcr.
Miss llessle Davis.
Harry YV roster.
Mrs. Minnie C lirown.
M s A W Hoffman.
Harvey Hoffman 7 years old
Mrs Martha I'aluicr
Uertle llomnan' year iu.
Louh. I Unlet
Jrfi. Maixlija pjujrnltpimeft
-- J.oonoy 0 years tild.
11 C Pago.
KlopeJ Will Mecro.
Ashland Ky. Nov. 18. Marshal
Ulock colored and Uerlio Wootcm
white daughter of a well known
farmer yesterday eloped to Ohio.
Hlack's brother Jim worked for Iter-
tio's father and helped the girl to get
a ay. Hcrtie's brothers met Jim re-
uyiUpg from tlm Ollo sida of W.q
wer 2nd spot lllm-i3cai. The brolh-
;Veare!stiIlinpiursiiil of tho couple
.wcartqgthey vyiU Jill Marshal Ulitclt
PHS't'll1' . :.'..
Krrd lint Knid ?Jf'5Ji;Vr5:
Pi'iipipo. Nov' ia Jpscph H- aB-
ley. ex-chairman of the Jlepublicap
Mational committee nnd manager pf
the Heed presidential boom has writ
ten to Chlcso to engage thirty rooms
for the "Heed headquarters" at the
ltepublican national convention.
New Coiuct DIcorreJ
B.r .!. Pfll Vn. 18 A bricrht
P"n r"T!t'i --" - "J ' "'
Virgo by Mr. H1).'le!rjB'4t "LlCk; qlAJ
mei wu u kcuvu cu iu vunBiciiaiiuu
servmflry m r)gnv awprjo inirveen "pfMuw noa li uuik w tui irera
hours foriyfowr wIbwUs northi ilej.J'jfa
eliuattoa oue deirree 4 forty wlu ' baei-"eelpt. wlepaW rtt'erxtf
Wlfc Kree am ooy mm j lrt gtttmUf Itcadr.
BANDITS JIN THE EAST.
A'eiT Jvraejr Train JtoMicrs Attack t)i
IMil.ADKi.rniA Nov. 18. Three ties
pern to men made tin attempt Zust
nlpht to rob the Adams express money
cai on the train lcaying tho Pennsyl- I
an In. raitroao s''iton n Jersey City at I
J jiock. bnt lor unatciy for the com-
I pauy the men made i mistnko and got
'into a car ulii-di contained only mer
chandise and so got nothing.
They boarded tho car in Jersey City
and after the train had pulled out of
too depot nried open the door and
secreted themselves in the car. Their
presence was not. known until the
train hud roachec. Morristown l'u. n
town on tin! opposite side of the river
from Trenton. There evidently be-
coming alarmed tit being uncom-
fortably close to Philadelphia thoy
put on the air brakes and brought tho
train to a standstill. Tho conductor
and braUmnnu nursed back to learn
tho cause of the sudden stop and were
within a few yards of the express car
when they saw the men jump from it
and run down tho tracks and across
On the floor of tho express cai lay
tho contents of between twenty anil
thirty packages. Tho goods had beeu
scattered all over tho car but nothing
hnd been taken tho robbers evidently
beinu in search of money not mer-
chandise. The police authorities of Morristown
and Trenton were at once notified mid
in less than nn hour after tho at-
tempted robbery oillcers woro bcouring
the surrounding country fur tho dar
ing wouin-oo robbers who aro sup-
posed to be railroad trnmps.
Manager Herring of the Adams Ex-
press company said to-cay that while
tho men had broken open a number of
packages containing merchandise
they had apparently takon nothing
from the car. In any event tho lost
to tho express company would ba
trilling. Private detectives in the cm-
ploy of the express company have
been sent to tho scene of thi attempted
robbery to aid in running down tho
NOT FOR MR. WHITNEY.
Kx-Sccrotnry Jiot n Cuiiilliluto
Ni:w Yoisk Nov. 18. Hx-Sccrotury
YV. C. Whitney was seen nt tho horse
show mid nsked about being a presi-
dential possibility last night. He wns
thoughtful for n moment niii then
mi hi: "I wish it mulur.slood that I am
not a candidate fqr the nomination nt
present and will not be. My friends
know my desires oi) this subject and
will act nccoruingly. No muti I be
lieve can truthfully say ho would not
like to bo President. It is nn honor to
represent a nation which cannot bo too
highly esteemed. I will not snv that
l would not bo pleased if 1 were I'resl-
dent but J will not allow mysolf to bi!
made a candidate under any c insider
ation. I do not want ollico of any
"Nothing would inducu you to
change your opinion?"
"Absolutely nothing. My ra ml is
made up on this point and I do not
know of anything that can change it?"
"Your friends have used your naino
as a possible candidate."
"Yes it has been mentioned with
others; but I hope that my name will
bo dropped and not bo mentioned in
any way in connection with tho pres-
idency. I prefer to remain in private
life and those who know mo areawaro
of tho reasons."
In an Interview ex tJovcrnor Camp-
bell of Ohio declared positively his
belief that President Cleveland had no
desire whatever for a third term and
did not deem it even necessary to duny
that he was a candidate or would bo
under any circumstance?
A llrimnolH Hunk Kolilicd or Tno and u
Ilnlf Million Dollars.
IlnussKLS Nov. 18. Tho board ot
directors of the Soeleto Genomic a
bnnkhig institution of this city ro-
contly discovered that It had been
robbed of 82'6Q00dp. Tim cashier was
subsequently arrasted in Paris con-
fessed to 'stealing the money and at-
tributed his losses tb peQulatIqrt qq
the boui-s.9 ' ' '
Hold far tlio Detroit Kxplatlan.
Okthoit Mich. Nov. 18. The grand
jury returned an indictment ujmlnut
Thomas M. Thompson engineer of
the wrecked Journal building. The
Oliargc is manslaughter.
Kun4 City Or.du anii IVoituoc.
'lard hat-N'o MKc . No. A iH 1 : Nc .
J" ; roJ'cUhl. lOo Ho crmla c Soft wltt-
Nc i Sc:No. I Oh Nu 437c; rloteI lie; no
' grade Stfft c Surluj wbeat No. 31 &IH ; No.
i 3 q.rJpctd tOlflU m title ep-tptf Ho jto
' Coin No I mli4. c- '3. irtb s
i. ttno.craU (Jo Nc wlijle '8J4 is'a J
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I Oava-.SV.tJHq jo. H. is .Jjino
$ran-& to Mi cvt iackcl: uX. Gc 1
4syVTlniotiy-Uiol. IDftlli No I. f'.vftj
e'fl. .N'n '. V5RJfli Vnuot jirnirji fJ.HJ
7lt islmlee Hl0)SHJ; No. 1. !Uj; .j
H.Wil; wwklnatw. tJftifsLaj
llioom corn buurt not coinram tVUl pit
toa;iilt ftorVinu fair to trood iHll jwr iun
mIi wiHii clioleo JUS) lr loni dwirf
com. Ti) i i0par ton; all liurl. bthi xjr 103
accord iuj lo qnalitr
Kit Slrtnl froihoaaJUl ttojlc 17o dai
cold ktoiagu 11'vC
I'oultrjr llant 'o- ipr Kt OKei trolU.
4tSc;old rootierii lie; rouH.20c lurirt.
1- Duck'. 7He- ""- J'nf fat Tf; ni i
l'iatfon dHi dp dv.- . - -
lluttr Cipafaiity' la kor 33i DnU
Uftl"c; ilnlry. fane firm llfitc: to-
packed frli 0Si2a:o3 rad4. &ct country
roll fancr. lle: liOtc. MlUe
Aj)t)i-rn t.ifflLSO pot bVt e-Voi'
flllS.l eKinino(i t6 gtqT tlU) u Uf'
PoUtot-JIorm gia'h. J2'q ia 1 i't
wnneq(oe lie per be; fucaclotij fane- Ulq
pr bu .
1 "Ull -.JB.-.tBI ill
1 Ves'ernter I.0JI j yj
13Toxmd Indian ttora V. Vl
(ITbT.i ami Irt.lln .tiu.. 1.&9 rt i
" .W-W. nM .UM.MM vvw.s w ......
Cows nadblfr I.rjii)j
fctockon and (eoen fcflugiso
' l " - . ...l.mi1W
- Uoet-KceelH l 0 hippo4 taaUnUi?
The market opqond troo arid crdeaV
Toxa and Indian teer U0'ploiel i hen the lire stnrlad. probably
. (Wl nod heifer . I.mfntiiii ' ' 1 r i 11
i . riTi i inni li Biiai. v.ii m iiImi. rn.inaf tfniMiiiM r u .. . . .. ima . fktf.." v ? . .4.-. . .ri.. si- ji ' .
TURKEY STILL KILLING
MUSSULMANS ENGAGED IN TERRI-
BLE WORK IN ASIA MINOR.
REPORTS ARE APPALLING.
l'.lc'it Hundred IVrsom Slain About Klmr-
nut mid Kiglit American Mlitstnn
Iliilldlngs Fucked mid llurnod
Kurds Annihilate TlieiMiimls
Nenr (Iiirnn Tlio Powers
1'reiMrlng for Action.
CoNSTANTiKori.n Nov 18. About
800 persons weto mnssacred by the
Mussulmans nt Kharput and eight out
of twelve buildings belonging to the
American missions wero sacked and
burned. Tho missionaries however
escaped. This. nab in splto of the as-
surances of tho porte to United States
Minister Alcxauder V. Terrell that
the lives and property of tho Ameri-
cans would be protected and although
it was announced thnt Turkish genii-
nrnicshad been detailed to guard the
mission Mr. Terrell has notified tho
porte thnt tho United States will ho'd
it responsible for tho lives of tho mis-
sionaries. The inhabitants around Kharput
arc in a state of gr-nt distress from
hunger and if cold weather should sot
ki suddenly there would be much more
buttering and considerable loss of life
From llurnn in tho villngo of Slvas
where the Kurds have been besieging
1000 Armenians it is reported that
nil tho Armenians nro massacred.
In the district of Mardinl whore
Micro is :i largo Christian population
of Chaldeans and Syrians a number of
villages have been burned to tho
ground and tho people are destitute
mid sull'orlng from sickness due to ex-
posuro nnd hunger.
Theae outrages confirm bevoud
doubt the impression which has pre-
vailed hero for a long lime that the
movement hns now assumed piopur-
tious beyond tho control of tlio Turk
ish authorities even II the latter uore
loally desirous of punishing the Muy
minimis for mHSsacreini; Arinenlens.
In fact it is considered vory doubtful
whother the Tin Irish troops would Urn
on Mussulmans if t 'toy should be or-
dered to do so.
No dolinito aetion is known to have
been taken by tho ambassadors of tho
powers but it is reported that they
will join In ti note informing the sul-
tan that in spite of tho remonstrances
and recommendations of the powers
matters have now reached it stage in
Asia Minor whrro it is evident thnt
the sultan's authority is not sulllcient
to quell the recent disturbances and It
has becomo necessary for the powers
In tho Interest of Christinuity mid hu-
manity to nut an end to those disor-
ders by occupying jointly -irlous por-
tions of tho Turkish elliptic until order
shall bo fully restored and a bettor
system of govurnmont be Inaugurated.
About thirty llritish warships in-
cluding a dozen battleships of tlio ilrst
class it dozen or so French ships in-
cluding half n dozen battleships
twelve I'ushlau wnrshlps of which
four aro bnttloships eight Italian
warships of which four nt least will
bo battleships and several Austrian
and (icrmar. wnrhips aro being gath-
ered at Solonica.
TO RIVAL THE DUKE.
Mllllonnlro Ilreitor Ilunvti o( St. I.ouU
.Mtl IInvo a (Jriind UUpluy
St. Louis Mo. Nov. IB. Million-
aire llrowor Adolphus liusah proposes
to eclipse the Marlborough wedding in
New York ut tlio marriage of his
daqgliter to Count Paul Von (iontartf
of Hagen Westphalia d'orlnany on
December Id. The wedding will bo
celebrated in the Church of tno Mosskii
Dr. John Snyder oIllciaMng. 'J'ho ei-.
tiro ourU( iloof u( Clip Squiherq hqtel
(ins bpeit engHged for thp reception!
n liich la to follow Abide from thin
the entire St. Nlcholus hotel has been
engaged im .lie vntcrtaiiimt'ilt of
triiesui from out of town. It is the in-
Umlion of the iluscli family to make
tlio wedding a social event such ns HU
Louis never had before After tlio
ehureb eeremeny Ml will repair to tho
tjoutliorn where tliu reoeption dnucn
and wedding fenst will bo given.
The groom comes from "lie of the
tnn&t. nrnimiimii. Hiirmnn fnmillpK )ln
Ms tneheirge ot '.he Immense Iron plant
OI MIV UIIVIV. ' "IC t-oailll HA 119 JUIII-
ly is fabulou l'he family estate 'Is
toeated at llageu .Vesiplialih. The
groom mil Me brothet whe tiih act
ns his lntt man will arrive in tjt.
ouis early in Dcomer ' Tiier W"l
be ovt 1000 t'liests at tho weddlnir
and the reception following llasldps
guesU ffom f hlengo. Now qrl nt
ijll oyer the Unllwf States there yfl
tjc i parly from Europe
J I iii. iimniett Hrk Dhnrcft.
OliKAT IMI.U Mont Nov. 18. Mrs.
J K. Ummett known on the stage as
Hmlly Lytton who Is playing here
with tho Sloukwell'Coghlun company
says that through relatives who aro
Denver attorneys she has commenced
divorce proceedings against he Kwv
bund. J K. Ptnmktt. 'Tho ojlgu fi
l triud at Kun l'lHticlsco. but the na-
pefi Iinre notlieon served bs HniineU'
h travelling In the South with hi;
comnanv. The suit 1
a i rosu
the trouulg She lnd wUli her bus
in oan rranuisgo ai hummer wnere.
if tteniplod q kho.ot ler
" H" ' 'i. u ! iiapiiin.i
VtM Ttmnt in Dotrolt.
riETHOiT Mloli. Nov. IS. I'lro broke
out about 3:M o'clock this morning In
the fautory of the Improved Match
tympany and three lives were lost
The factory had
' -& A .. n n .1 I1
been working night
fj UUU IIUV HMU
llilrlt. Itnnfls wmia Am
Fcioiaj. Keiiuett WrqtraciL
Los Axoki.es Cat Nov- S.-?'wd-.
natidKeuueti e-Chief f tollce.o
Ht.Xouis who Hilled. Detective A- .
Iwsoq was sentenced to ten yoaw la
state's pricon. Tho vase will be p
pealed to the Supreme court.
A MARYLAND LYNCHING.
An Uiim.iskud Mob 'if HOO Strlnj. i n
FiiKtiKittcK Mil Nov. 18. James
Ooings who nssuulieu Miss hillic
donos tt -no -esidence ot Hamilton
Oeisbert neai 'i Is citj was taken
from the jail by a mob of U00 men yo-
terdny mpriiinij am lutt;ed to a tree
In ihc flold on tho .lolTerson turnpike j
one mile from'tlio city.
A report renchco tho c'ty that tho
woman had died from Ihc cuts nnd '
beating inflicted by the negro and
this infuriated the men who hud ueou
gathering in tho streets and discuss-
ing tho outrage. A mob was quickly
gotten together and unmnsked but
armed with revolvers tho men
marched to tho jail. They hnd pre-
viously procured sledges crowbar
and flies. They made at once for tho
dbortm tho west wing of tlio jail and
began to batter upon it.
Fully twenty shots were fired from
tho windows above by bherltf A. H.
Zimmerman and his deputies but tho
mob paid no attention to them and
went on with Its work. The jail boll
was rung to summon assistance but
none came. In twenty minutes tno
largo door panels gave way nndei tho
heavy blows and tho mob burst into
tho corridor. Thoy quickly found tho
coll in which Goings was confined
Tho lock was opened tho bolt swung
back nnd tho trembling wrololi
dragged out a rope wns placed
around him. nnd ho was hurried down
tho rond to his place of doom.
He protested his Innocenco as thoy
dragged him along and bogged them
not to kill him. He was recognized by
it number of men who know'lum nnd
the mob did not husitnto in Its work.
Atvivcd at the tree tho negro was
asked to con f oss but this ho would
not do. Two olllcors of the Salvation
Army asked to bo allowed to pray
with tho ninn and their request was
granted. "'Tho Lord's prayer wns then
repented uiid tho negro mid most of
the crowd joined in
linings' feet nnd hands were then
tied and tho rope was drawn around
his neck A man seized the other end
of It climbed tho ticiimiil threw tho
cord over a limb. "Let him go" wns
shouted and quick as a Hash lie wns
jerked from his feet and hungdaiigllng
In tlio nir six fe?l from the gr. und
One shot wns ill cd into his body
in it few minutus ho was dead.
Tliu mob during the process of
lynching observed order. A member
of the mob mndo a brief speech In
which lie said thoy Wero there with
the unfortunate wretch not In a sjililV
of malice but to pinko an example of
him und teach his race Hint thoy must
let tho women of Frederick county
The assault for whloh fioUgs suf-
fered death wtis a cruel und dastardly
on 0. Miss Jones has thirteen cuts mid
slab wounds on her body whero ho
Imeltoil at her with a kifo and razor.
After wntehing tho body swing in
the nir n few minutes tlio crowd left It
dangling there and dtsporsud.
PROMINENT CUBANS HERE.
Urn tu l .Mii!o nnd Ollur llelleed
llute IJi'lliliil l'romtlio I. eon.
Piiu.Aiiisi.riiiA 'Nov. 18. (ieneral
llartoloine Masso vice president of tho
Cuban republic and a general of the
Hasloru division is belle red to havo
landed in this country Friday night
from the steamer Leon which arrived
here Saturday night. This statement
is denied however by Colonel Nnniv
of tlio local Cubans un vuplnjn
Hvauoc of the Leon
Word wns &.ent t 'w Yrl uu l
was learned that Secretary Quesndu
of the revolutiniiury party in this
country mid II. S. Uubens counsel for
the revolutionists met the visitors mid
went with them to Now York
A nun lor ij..u-.
DrjtVKit Nov. 18 To-day the rish
for lands on the Nc? Pecc.es roAuvva.-
tion wusniadc.' Thubo.uudarUiKof the
reserve ycra Hne.d yltU 'tM'i ready
lo make' n. dah fflr the laud wliilo
some hid. gotio sq far a.s to squnt light
qu the ;eervittiou detormluua to hold
the ground at nil linxardti. Kovonil
yomig Indies joined in tho ehuse for n
laud fortune. Among them Is a school
teacher uumod Mcliityro. She went
to the line from some point in Wash-
ington nnd for several days trained
her horse for the nice.
The two most critical times In a wo-
man's life are tho limes which make a
girl a woman and tho woman a mother.
At whese t.mes I)r Pierce's 1'uvorite
Proscription is of.inculcdlablu value.
It strengthens and invigorates the or-
gans distinctly feminine promotes rtjfj-
ulatlty of the functions allays Ht
tion und lnliauiuiallon ceeVs unnu-
urnl xhaustln 'drnlis and puts tbo
wUolyi delicate organism into perfect
eondilPQ. Altuqt all the ills of wo.
mankind are trqcaablo to some form
ot what lslvtovu us fcnalo complaints
There uro not three cases In a hundred
of woman's peculiar dtsoae that Dr.
Pierce's puvorlto Presarlptlon will
Dandruff forms when the glands of
the skis a e weakened and If neg-
lected baldness is sure to follow
Hall's Hair Uonewer l'tho bgt pret
Good advice: Never laavc home on
a journey without a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic Cliolera and Diarrhoea
Itemed forsalu ty UUie & Jo
What Col. Jones Says.
Outhrle Ok. Aug. 3t '95.
Knowlton Dandrrine Co. Gentle
men: Some time age my hair Wga?
falling out badlr I u&e poclerlne
for & tew time. (iidtU haa entirely
stooped roy hatje I'fjv fa"ii -ut anil
hasjeaused a growth of vigorous halr.
Danderlne Is Iso unexcelled for all
mseasc oi scip amt uair sou especial
ly for eradicating dandruff. It gives
one pleasure to recommend Danderlne
as I s.m satisfied It is all you claim for
it. and that it Is the very beat hair re
storer that has ever been placed on the
market. Yours truly
Tuoa. H. Jonkb
SECRETARY MORTON'S REPORT FOR
THE LAST FISCAL YEAR.
MEATS GET ATTENTION
More Men tiuqieetcrt ill hen Gout Tlinu
Hver llefoc our Unity I'roiliiBln In
Poor tilnnilliiK In lturnpnUe-
form In Oriip Uenorttnc;
Wasiiinoton Nov. 18. Tlio report
of the secretory of ugaioulture begins
with a review of the work of the bu-
reau of animal industry. Tho total
number of an i mills Inspected tit the
slaughter liousus wnB considerably
over 18000000 nn Increase of more
than 5R00000 over tho previous year.
During tho year ante-mortem inspec-
tion was also mndo ot 6000000 ani
mals. 1 lie cost of Inspection was io
uncoil to 1. 1 cents per nnimnl. In loCH
Inspeotiuu cost Sf cent per nnimnl
and in IH01 it eot IK cents. Ovor
1800000 cattle mid slioop ware In-
spected for foreign mnrkols ot whloh
oJ.1000 wero shipped abroad.
Over 5000000 pounds of pork wero
inspected microscopically and ex
ported ns ngalust 3fi.0ooi0oo in 1SHI
and ?3000000 pounds in 18W. Of tho
amount exported last year nearly
21000000 pounds went to tiermany
and ovor 0000000 pounds to l'rnnco.
This inspection Involved thoplaulng ot
over i.uuu.wu specimens itiulur tlio
iuuc.i space is iievoieu to uiseiibsitig
tho opportunities for American niont
products in foreign lunrkuta Of 311-
ooptoniiof meat leeoived nt the Lon-
don central market In lS'JI 71001) tons
were American while nearly &U00o
tons enino from Australia The Amur
lean proportion husj not boon main-
tained during lWS.
Tho csnort of American horses to
(Iroat Hrltniii has Increased steadily
having more than doubled shiue iH03
amounting in tho Ilrst eight months of
lKtt.1 to 23775 heiul valued at nuarly
The forolgn trado In dairy products
Is enri'fnlly reviewed. In eheoso tho
United Statex while n largo shipper
to llritish markets holds Iho con-
spicuously unflattering place In tho
extreme roar as lo quality mid price
und as the only one of tho competitors
for this trado whoso business shows a
serious failing off.
In butter tho United Stntes is out of
the race supplying loss thnn one pet
cent of tho llritish demand for foreign
butters notwithstanding the fact that
Oreat (Irltulii Imported in eight
months &lil000OOo worth of butter.
Hofcrring to our standing in the for-
eign dairy market tho Secretary
warns shippers of tlio consoquonco u(
their mothods adding: "Wohnvt b.or
a graphic illustration of tle iimnstrouH
ull'ects In all trade of dlHrtkirardlnir the
tastes of consumer aui of acquiring ft
The. newotnry wiyH tho crop report-
ing work Is the subject of constant
ertltielsm As nt present organised It
onn hnrdly full to be othcrwTso.though
more satisfactory at present tlinu at
any previous time.
Tlio seorotury thinks the duty of re
porting tho acreage of staple orops In
each state 011 111110 1 of onoh year
might bo imposed upon tliu uulhoiulw
of the agricultural collogef. und sta-
tions la couoideratlou of the annual
appropriations they receive from the
0( the savings in the department ho
ny (ho total amount remaining uiiox-
puudod out of the appropriations for
the years lb03 iot and JhOfi aggre-
gates 81300000 uvullablu for return
Into the 1 1 nu Miry.
He commends tho extension ot the
civil service which now Includes nil
the chiefs of division in the depart-
ment. He regards an extension of the
law to include all non-politlcul oil) our
us essential toelllelsnt service'
Tho average value of farms by tho
census of lH&u was 81000. The value
of linplyiuonU domestic animals nnd
biiudrliw w'ilt make a total farm plant
of l000 for a family avenigfiig sl
persons. Those farms have fn tho
farmers and their faiulllef and 10000
0 0 urban reside uU b(lils supplying
$500000000 xyorUi ot produeU ba for-
ATTEMPTS TO WRECK.
twltllt MIl'l(iMt In tliu I.ouveiitinrtli
Ynnla llmi'loju Jliiy llu ltiniiillilr.
l.KAVKilHOHTII Kuil. NOV !.. iklt-
unlay night three attempt wero made
to wrock tnims by throwing switchos
iu the railroad vaida at this jiluoe.
One pauonyer train narrowly escaped
n wreelc whleli wai nvertod only hy
the low ruto of speed ut wVeh tho
tniin was moving the engineer thus
lUtteorerlnK the vHUilai'od switeh lit
tlme to r'iuu his engine.
At 1 o'eloek yutttorduy morning
a fcwlteh engine of On Union
VhuIho rwail beettuse of u thrown
awiuih daihed Into a ear near the
Kaiikiv Central elevator and nearly
plowed U way into tliu elevator.
I toll i ergijir ami llroinan suvetl them
cetTM from injury by jumping from
the engine. l(oth engine aud ear were
Xi Is surmlaed that a recently dU
charged railroad employo Is resouHV
ble. but no arrest has yit Veen made.
Kmt liuittev tp. tlm rcout.
UiUUiKOTOi.' Ka.n. Knv. 11 An or-
ganisation af the leading ureamory
men of Cratral Kansas was formed
brv iJallcxl the Kansas Creamery Sup-
ply Co in puny. It will unite all the
creameries ot the btate In nu effort to
make a greater market for Kansas
butter in the I'.ust und tiouth. J. K.
Nissley cx-prosident of the State
Dairy Association will bu iiianugsu
am open an olllce at Ianu CiU
from which butter W suipiicd in
carload lota to (Jl Souther tiatca ea
well jo Chicago and the KasU
1000 Beautiful Oiirlsimas Books to bs
Given to Our Customers
and wliile they last.
Commencing the same day we are
to start our
Great Fall Clearing Sale
During which the price we will make will
astonish everybody. See posters ft r prices
shoos at our
N. 11. Parlies buying
trading at the Hush
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Queensware Tinware and
111 North Second St. German and English Spoken.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
YA y-JSL TTf mi "i iTiiMiiir'iHT7 II BrStt?
v A tS83Sra':l"i5? '''iitSmM K
MiiiiiiiucliiroKnll Itlmls of YoIiIcIoh. VninMiig Triniiiiiiip? mill
Hopairing promiilly itUoiulqd to.
:i22 South DlvlHion Slroot Oiiilirio 0k.
Largo airy and nleely furuUh(Hl room.
Oood service foeated iu bualneae euntr.
N. F. CHEADLE
Wboloaale and Retail dealers In
CANON FRONTENAC WEIR CITY
Alto sole agent for the salt of the celebrated McAlefiUr ConL the; boat ooal un
th market for domwtio use.
Olllce nml Yards 421 Oklahoma Ave.
Toloihono ISo. (J.
The Doai.t erjuipped bar In the city.
We handle only tlie bst iVinea Lhiuors ana Cigars
Next door to toe Leader office.
Headquarters for horsemea during the fair.
103 Harrison Ave.
Telephone No. S.
F. P. ALLEN Prop.
for -ic china
the 15th of this mor.ih
J C. DANA MG'R.
shoe store will got books the tame ns If
Table the oest the market affords
and First Streets.
S. BILLINGS Proprietor.
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