The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 98, Ed. 1, Friday, September 25, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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OrrlOl.M. IIIIIIAN OK OKLAHOMA IIKMOOKAdV
OFFICII OP S-UllLlOATlUn llAHKIalllt AVXnLt
GUTIITUE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 2. 1800.
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BOOT AND SHOE STORE
AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK TO SELECT FROM
Prices Lower Than the Lowest.
RANDALL & OLIVER
10-H EAST 0KIA1I03IA AVKNLB.
TO OUST WOLCOTT
Ulxen of Colorado t Apptul to tho
L'ulteil HttU fciipremo Court.
Dkvvkh Colo. Sept. 1M. The peti-
tions asking United States Senator
Wolcott to resign which have been
clujated all over tho state are now
' tieing" cttltii:ra(l H Holmes of
this city w ho has bee'ri mo.t uctivo in
furthering the movement.
''1'lieso petitions mil not be sont to
Mr Vo'cott to bo thrown into the
waste basket" said Mr. Holmes "Wo
propose to allow him to inspect them
and then nsk him to resign. If ho
does not every petition will bo iiled
with the United Mului ben ate de-
manding the action of that body. In
caso they should neglect or refuse to
act the matter will be taken right
1-ito tho United Mates supremo court
and u test caso made. It will dechio
the question as to whether a majority
of the peoplo of a sovereign state havq
a right to recall an oflloial who hat)
!ieen recreant to the trust reposed in
Lnlmrlui- .lira lleliuto I Ininco
Nkw Yokk Sept a I. Cooper Union
was crowded last nluht at the labor-
ing men's debate on the financial
question. President S. IS. Donnelly
of Typographical union Js'o. 0 called
the meeting to order and introduced
Setli Low of Cu'umuia college who
presided. Eighteen tpcoches woro
made tho silvor men taking tho
aflirmatlvis side. Wilbur Kastlnke a
telegraph operator openod the argu-
ment for silver and was answered by
Charles J. Dumar n proof reader. Tho
friends of the to standards cheered
and hissed at w ill
An o Toiri) li llrttil I.mcH
lint.i.Ri'oXTAl.i'K. Ohio SopU ! AH
olty prisoners have been rolansad for
want of money to pa thulr keeping.
The police forco has beoii discharged
for tho same reason and the city is
now without any protection whatever
aave that of the mayor and tho mar-
shal. The city has been without a
saloon for nine years but last night
the city council voted to leava tho
questiou of a return to tho liooiiM
system to a vote of the people.
A Great Locomotive mown L'p.
PuuitiA 111. bept. 84. The boiler of
a ninety-ton ten-wheel looo notive on
(ho llig Four railroad burst at J'okln
ast evening hurling the enormous
pnglne moro than 00 feot partially
demolishing a factory killing tho
fireman and breaking nearly nil tho
glass within a quarter of a milo of
the scene. Pieces of tho engine were
picked up l0o0 feet away nnd one of
the big drive wheels was hurluil 400
feet from tho track.
A. man and his wife can get comfort-
able room and good board at a reason-
able rata at Mrs. Newton' 415 6outh
First street 2
Highest of all in Leavening
A m. 1 y3
No KxtradltlnK CiittlK Tlilt'f.
Washington bopt. S4 Unlteil
States Minister Hansom has been d!-
rocted to abandon tho effort to secure
the extradition of one Klttrell who
was cliurgod with catllo stealing in
the Indian territory . and has been
under arrest by the Mexican authori-
ties for two months at the request of
tho district attorney for tho Indian
torritory. Tt has he en found that his
case is not covered by the treaty.
Tho Dronnmt itt IhiplUm
Kknova V. Va Sept 84. During
a Mothodist baptism ul Salem yester
day while Kev Mr. Holiday was Im
mersing1 sixteen converts a lb-ytar-old
girl beame frightened and threw
Iter nrms about her mother's neek and
both full down in the stream. The
girl perished but the mother wis
rescued. Anoiuer cuua leit aiono
on the bank fell into the water and
The r.it MlliUiry gturektHtpar !Mi1
Jki'PKIwonvim.k Ind. Sept I
Word was received from Sun Fran-
olsco yesterday of the death from
pueumonla of Captain Addison llnr-
rott military storekeeper in the army
who lived here twenty-one year. 'I he
otllee was created during the war and
tho title conferred on tuiee men Tho
two others have been dead long
time. A widow and four children
A Onln Malts Urwt llrltnlH
Losdox. Sept 4. A gale be.in
last evening and lasted all night long
uprooting' trees in the London parks
and causing much damage among tho
coast nnd among fishing craft. The
loss of life nowerer. Is reported to no
slight The Ited Star line steamship
IMiynland Captain Ueynon from
Pht'adelphia passed thioagh the full
force of the gale yesterday.
Curl Me Mht bueeeatl IllHOkburu.
I HANHFOST Ky.. tsept 'it There is
little doubt that an extra session of
the Kentucky legislature will be culled
after the November election and tl'at
the Senatorial race will be revned
and a successor to Mr. lilackl.utn
clouted who trill be either a Repub-
lican or John li. Carlisle.
AailitHliti mr Mr. Ilrytu' Tour
Wasiiinoids Sept H The Denjo-
oratic leaders here have arranged to
have Itapre&entstive lienton McMiilen
of Tennessee Jeff chandler of Cali-
fornia and btilbon Hutchlns of New
Hampshire ast is t Mr llryan on ln
tour through West Virginia
Dmuetrlu t'Hlla tUtf Hea4.
llKiOOKPoBT. Coou. 8ept St A
Constantinople cablegram tells of the
death there yesterday of Demetrius
Day who was married about a year
ago to the widow of the late P T.
See Smith the b'.U distributor.
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ft LABOR MASS MEETING.
IB. BRYAN ADDRESSES TWO LARGE
AUDIENCES IN BROOKLYN.
CAMPAIGN IN THE EAST.
RttMtlutlon Adopted Deelarlnc tho Con-
tent tn lie u lt.ittlo nl the Tcoplo
ARiilixt the Oligarchy r Wenlth
l'liuiitleil Dii hpcclitl I'rltl
1orc ricili; v 1 lilr 6ni-
port tii III lit.
New Yoiik Sent. 24 There has
perhaps never been such a significant
demonstration for William Jennings
llryan in the Kast as that given last
night in Hrooklyn by the combined
labor interests It has been a mooted
question whether the labor people of
i the Kast wontd respond to u call for a
mas meeting m favor of Mr. llryon
but there was no mistake about the
demonstration ut the Clermont rink
'I he eapneity of the building was esti-
mated at 8000 uud every available
corner was fillod with good nntured
humanity while thousands besieged
the doors and were refused admission.
Instead of I no formal introduction
nominating a presiding o Ulcer a
cloan-cutmnn with gray hair stepped
to the front of the platform shortly
before o'clock and said- "Will the
audience please take from their seats
the song thut is there nnd join in
singing It" and they responded
heartily with tho refrain. "You shall
not press the crown of thorns upon
the toiler's brow."
The meeting was presided over en-
tirety by lutwr organizations and the
stare contained a representative Irora
eneh local labor organira' ion
When tho mcotiug was called to
order every aisle uud each corridor
was crowded mid when letters of ro-
grot wet e read from 12. V. Debs nnd
John W. Hayes secretary of the
Knights of Labor there were vocifer-
ous uheers. Dubs said in his telegram:
"Millions are with Bryan and will
place him in the ohulr Lincoln occu-
pied in spito of British toryism and
Resolutions weru adopted commend-
ing the wotU of the Chicago conven-
tion and proclaiming:
"H beliee the present contebt to
be much more than u struggle be-
tween tho Domocratio and so-called
Republican parties; moro than silver
against gold. It is not n light of the
poor against tho rich not of labor
against capital nor of the fnrmors
against tho artisans or mechanics nor
of the creditor ngaiust the debtor
class; but when sifted and analyzed
and stripped from all sophistry it Is
a buttle of the people against the
oligaiciiy of wealth founded on spe-
cial pi u ileges; therefore be it
Ue-i.led That wo pledge our ser-
vices uuieservedly to the earnest and
active support of the nble young trib-
uno of the peonle William Jennings
l(ruu. for president oi these United
States and we nsk the support and
earnest co operation of nil the tollors "
When Mr. llryan finally appeared
he was honored w'th a groat demon-
stration the cheering continuing for
some in i mites. When tho tumult sub-
sided Mr llryan spoke briully on the
lleford the Clermont rink meeting
the boy orator addressed a vast audi-
once at the Acadumv of Music.
Mr. Itrviiu. left Philadelphia on his
tour of Northern N'evy Jursey en routu
lo UrooWlyii at o'clock yesterday
morning He spoke at many cities
?nd towns during the day including
.ornbrrtvilln Philllpsburg llelvidere
Washington llackettstown Dover
Morristovwi the Oranges and Newark.
He stopped ono hour ut Washington.
At Newark the principal speech of the
day was made.
lvv hi I lllng CxrtlflnHliM
JuKFkRsos Cnv Mo Sept. 21. Cor-
tlflcntes of nomination for filing with
tho secietars of state are coming in
very slowly The Republicans filed
their Mate ticket September lu The
Democrats and Populists have not vet
Died theirs The Democrats hae tiled
but live Congressional nominations
the Hopublicjus but foqr and the Pop-
ilibts none The lust day for filing
eertiiivatt-s will be Oetober 14 except
to till v.ic im uis
lllili Out Monnixr Tliara.
St. Josfe.1'11. Ma.Kapt. VI A slmplo
funeral cccurrvd at Ashland cemetery
ycslerdav afternoon wlieu the re-
is Anna Fowler
was murdered by
woman who was murdered by her
husband in this city last Friday were
la ul to rest The father of the dead
woman who came to M Joeepli from
his hoinu in Iowa to look after the
burial of his daughter was the only
mournei in ultcndanoo
fenl TtaniH Ahrowil
Mauiiiii Kept Vii In consequence
of news received here of the spread of
the rebellion against the Spanish au-
'tbority the government lias deeUied
to send ooo 1 1 oops to the Phillippiue
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Hichurd Williams ex-01iinoae eus-
tome inspector at San I'ranchvco con-
victed of extortion has been senleuaed
to six ears imprisonment aud finod
. The Huntington Seed Company o(
Indianapolis has failed. The assets
are tbout SSO.ooo am the liabilities
about HO out)
The Illinois conference of the Meth-
odist church voted at Springfield on
tho constitutional question of the
eligibility of tho election of women
to the annu il onference. Tho result
wailiO! to in iii fn or of tho women.
Austin D ' 'diy. known as "Hey
P.ube" for in. m- years with llarnum s
circus uud iceuily witli the zoolog-
ical gardens a: Cincinnati has been
committed to l0ngvlow asylum. After
acting as a erazy man for thirty years
he Anally became crazy.
THE CRIME OF 1873
Senator Shfrmn Itcpll- n 'Mr
la a Signed Article.
Ci.vcis.vati 0. Sept ?i A local'
paper publishes a slguod arllols from
Senator John Shortnati datd at Mans-
field O. iu which lie replies to Mr.
llryan anil otl'crs who refer to "tho
crime of ' 3." Senator Sherman lays
that many pngos of the ..riff rational
Koeord show Iniltspntiil.le proof that
tho clauso in lite not of 1-TJ ttoppinp
the colnago of the silver dollar ffit
not surreptitiously nud clandestinely
pa jed through congree. The Mnn
tor reviews tho hiitory of that legia
latum showing that there wn an un-
usually long agitation not only in
both brandies of congress but also in
the committees of both liou&oi and
nlno in tho treasury department be-
fore tho bill was nropared The sen-
'1 have never been aide to see what
motive ooulil have c.istd for secrecy
in this inattoi On Apt II '.. 1870
when the bill was sent to the commit-
tee on lliianco by the .ecreuir of the
treasury the silvor dollar was wortli
81.0112 in the market of the world
t.ermanv had not yet solil liet silver
loi" "doptod a gold standard
was no indication whatever of tno
full of filiver and no one could forsee
that it was destined rapidly to doclmo
in price. No ono nskuu to have tho
dollar coined and no one was opposed
to Us discontinuance."
Tho senator conclude!. Ills article
"There was not only nothing secret
or surreptitious in tho passage of tho
act of 1873 but every step accompany-
ing its origin consideration and pass-
age received as mnrii publicity as
could be glveu ton bill But the sil-
ver dollar wns out of circulation long
before the law of 1S71 was enacted.
It wus a thing of the past lost to
sight conceived by Hamilton In 1702
suspended by .loirorson in 19U1 prao-
tically demonetized by lleuton and
the men of 1831 under Andrew Jack-
son ignored by two generations ex-
cept as u convenience for the exporta-
tion of silver bullion nnd called back
to tho mind of tho prcsont generation
only becauso silver bus fallen in prlco
nnd Is deemed moro valuable as coin
than as bullion. Xscver was a moro
unjust or unwairanlable charge mado
timn thnt the act of 1871 was passed
secretly by stealth and with tho ob-
ject of'con'ceallng any part of It from
LYNCHERS AFTER HIM.
Coloied I'lend Murder lliri'ti
nnd Wound I vrti
Aiiite CllV La. bopt. ?l Last
night about midnight John Johnson
coloied killed Mr. nnd Mrs John Cot-
ton and Murviu Stevens aged 17 and
seriously woundod Mlses Agues and
l.izle Mil'cr. .No motive can he as-
signed for the deed Johnson lived
here a while and has a bud charac-
ter Searching parties aro aftor him
and if caught ho will furnish the cen-
tral figure for u lynching.
t rime KHliipint In the li.rrllorjr.
Foe- Smith Ark. Sept. -4. Peoplo
who have traveled through tho Indlun
Teintory during the past few days
teport a woeful condition existing iu
that country Crime is rampant and
tho people living there are lu u state
of terror Many people say that tho
condition now ia worse than it has
boon for m-ny yoars with tho excep-
tion of the reign of the notorious Cook
gang Whilo there nre no train rob-
berlos reported thoio aro frequent
murders robberies and similar crimes
snd the whole torritory swarms with
Antl-Hom- Thl.t Anioal itloii
Ciiii.i itoTiir Mo. .Sopu VI. Tho
national convention of the Anti-Horse
Thief association met tu this olty yes-
tarda y with delegates present from
Missouri Illinois. Iowa Kansas Ne-
braska and other states. The work
was secret a r. i.eeen ot Kansas
was elected president for the ensuing
ycur; W. A. llolden of Illinois visa
president mid T. it Curd of Missouri
secretary and treasurer.
.Mr l.iil.flt Not VVmilwl
LoMio.n. sept ?l The National
Srnrtlng Club has decided not to offer
a pin se for any match in which Cor-
helt is engaged but should Fllaslin-
moil arrange a suitable match witli
any ono else the club will offer a
substantial purse. Tho resolution
adopted ine'uded a decision that Cor-
butt hould not be allowed to oil tar
tho clol premises
boclely nulla Sllntrl ktr.
ST. JokKPM. Mo Sept 84 The alt
Joseph division of the Daughters of
the Confederacy held a meeting yes-
torday afternoon and decided to hold
an entertainment in the near future
for the bene Hi of the home 11 was
decided to hate a minstrel perform-
ano the society ladies of the city to
take the leading narta.
r.HieUmi lit Nat (let Tjmin.
Pamjs Kept -it There is good au-
thority for the statement that lu faee
of the eertaiulv that it would be re-
fused Lnglsud has abandoned her
demand upon I'rsuce for the extradi-
tion of P. J. Tynao the alleged "No.
1." whom Scotland Yard o Ulcers have
uharged with cuucoctiag a dynamite
"f.uakjr" lUtilM-tu AitalUnt AwjMlttcit
San Fkaici. Cal. Sept 'ii. Miss
Binma Ashley who shot at It J. Bald-
win the millionaire horseman in
open court snd narrowly missed kill-
in? him. was acqu ited on tha ground
of temporary insanity.
Jtit I'r'Mt In Kautss.
MlPiikksos Kan Kept 1. A
heavy frost covered the ground yea-
torday morning killing the remaining
garden vegetables and seriously in-
juring the alfalfa crop which is a
source of great profit to the farmers
In McPherson county by threshing for
seed It is feared the seod is all de-
stroyed. AmocUIo Juitlre (or OkUliau-
Wasiiisoton Sept StThe presi-
dent yesterday appointed James A.
Keaton of Oklahoma to be associate
Justice of the supreme court of Okla-iobb.
MARTIAL LAW DECLARED.
GENERAL BROOKS SUPREME RULER
AT LEADVILLE COL
FEDERAL TROOPS READY.
Uncle Stun Prwparml tn Act If !
ury OlIlrT4 of the Minir' lUiISu
In Jail Itumor 1ht trthnw Are
I'rrpnrlnic tn Ulp- Mm tha
iUoiml Munrd mill
It urn Ilm loun
Lkadvh lk Col. Bopt i. (latiornl
Itrooka in command of the Colorado
National (luard declared martial Inw
tu this city at .1 o clock yesterday
afternoon. He has ordered a military
court to meet to-day to Investigate
the assaults of armed forces upon tho
Coronsdo and the Rmmett mines.
Dkxvkh Colo. Sept H. Martial
law was declared yesterday. The im-
pression that the presence of troops
In Leadvlllo would end tho strike has
been dissipated by tha reports which
roached Governor Melntyre from
Leadvllte. He is told that miners
from Aspen Cripple Creek nnd tho
San Juan nre quietly gathering at
Leadvlllo and that the strikers will
wipe out the en tit e national guard
and burn the town.
The Governor has inquired un-
ollleially of Brigadier Cieneral Wlica-
tou commander of tho military de-
partment of Colorado as to what
assistance the Foiioral authorities can
rondor in case of emarirency on n fow
Colonel Merrlam of tho Seventh in-
fantry stationed at Fort Logan has
been apprised that his command may
rccivo orders to tako tliu Held anil his
troops will be londy when tho ollioial
When fodornl aid is noodod the Gov-
ernor will address President Cleveland
directly who in turn will through
tho Seoietnry of War order (leucrul
Wlioaton to not
Wan ants have boon Issued fortwen-ty-llvu
members of tho Miners' union
Including the president vieo presi-
dent secretary and tho executive com-
mittee. Throe of the men liavo been
landed in jnlL They are li J Dowar
secretary of the Miners' union Hugeno
Cannon member of tho executive
committee and Homer Richards a
member of tho union who does not
hold any oflloial position The au-
thorities refuso to say uu just what
grounds the warrants uie sworn out
but say that the action Is taken pailly
on Information nnd partly on suspic-
ion. The prisoners are kept closoly
under guard and the slierilV will not
a'low them to be Intel viewed.
Yesterday morning Governor Mc
In tyro sent a telegram of Instructions
to General Brooks ut Luadville giv-
ing thai officer full power to act us
Ills representative In suppressing riot
iu thnt city and district General
Brooks is specifically instructed to
permit no interference fro.n any
source whatever and to net with or
without the co-operation of tiie local
WESTERN LEAGUE CLOSES
Ijut (Ihohhi of the bmiaou I'hijrwl (If-
CixetioiATi Ohio Sept. 31 '1 lie sea-
sou of the Western Baseball League
closed yesterday with games nt In-
dia napolis and Columbus. President
IL It Johnson reports a very success-
ful season all the clubs making
iiiouoy witli a single exception.
President Johnson gives tho offlcial
standing of the clubs as follows:
Wen. !. I-::
lllaanspoli. t T ': i
TtidliuiapolU 5 It r.ul
ftrot su si 'HI
Ht I'oil 7.1 il.l ..J
Khuhri City ... sv s; VI!
Mi weaken K'J ; III
(oluml)U. St -.' i71
Ursud IUimiIk f. VI I s
STILL IN DEADLOCK
!t Hie Kllahteet I hshk l llir fteaood
Chiixkotiik Mo Mispt. $1 --The
Dsmosrallo Congressional sou van lion
of the Second district reassentblod
yesterday morning. One hundred
nnd seventy ballots were taken mak-
ing L'iOO In all when an adjournment
was had until this aaorning There
was not the slightest chaoge in tho
ktiblxtl to DrMtli Over u Mi.i.inu
Kansas L'iiv Mo. Sept Si - In an
effort to protect his step sister Aman-
da Felt better known as Minnie
Wlnkelman from violence at the
hands of her paramour Jouu tarloy
last night plunged the seveii-iuch
blado of a carving knife iut. the
breast of ltobert Highlev. killing him
instantly. It was the eulmioalioo of
months of brutality and the end of a
mad infatuation which has disrupted
two homes and caused ono di voice
Hill lie IVoh
Ntw Yobk Hept ti. Senator
David H Hill said yesterday. The
dual outcome of the meeting of the
State committee last night was a vie
tory for those who nre anxious to pre-
serve our State orfauiaatian. no
matter what the division wax be noon
Did You .:tr
Try Uleetrte Hitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not get a bom.
now and get relief. This medioine ha'
been found to be peeuliar y uuapteU U
the relief and cure of all Female Com
plaints exerting a wonderful direct ii
Itueneo in giving strength and tone t
tho org' ns. I: on have Loss of app-
tito Cocst.pailon. Headache Kalinin
Spells or aro Nervous Hleeplcss B
nl table Melanoboly or troubled wh
Dizzy tipells Eleetrlc Hitters Is th
roedlolno you nocd. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use
uty cents ana i at c n. ltenfros
J I - I V2Y SHoss
It if I hi fiTZrir -
"iy5V ' ' '-3-7
OL'R FALL AMr'joWlXTKIt UOOTSMND SHOES
Are arriving daily Come and take a look at them.
EISENSGHMIDT & WECKEL - 1(8 W Oklahoma Avenue.
FALL AND WINTER
H. L GOH
A LARGK ASSOR1MKN1 TO SELECT FROM.
We Do Not Presume
T . irUi. ..
a u stxy tiiat vvv; can ui will maKe ClOtfleS
for one-half their value. Words often
drape what a speaker doesn't want known
but actions talk. So do the values always
to be found in the Garments made by us.
WILLIS THE TAILOR.
Warwick Cushion Frame Wheel.
Ono chance jfiven with -every ! purchdbc.frotn the
STOWE HARDWARE CO
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
HniiufiicturoH all kinds of Yohlolei. Pain ting Trimming And
Hopnlring promptly allettu'ed to.
322 South Dlvlfllon Stroet Guthrif 0k.
Block and one-half North of Guthrie National Bar.k.
West Side of Street.
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EAST HARRISON AVEKUL
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