The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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Official Or«an or Oklahoma Domoeracy Office of Publication, Harrison Avonuo,
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1898.
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A. J, SEAY, VlOK l'BESIDENT
260 SEAMEN DEAD
That is the Official NumUer Lost
in tin Explosion ot
spanish torpedo caused the disaster
Is (ho Prevail!! s Opinion i Naval Circles—Consul Ueneral
Lee Asks American Peop'e to Withhold Judgment
Until an Ollit ial Investigation is Held—l)e
Lome Blubbers—Another Explosion
ut O'clock n. in.—Details ot'
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Jamei Btratton, Horace Sliced, Eobert Martin, J. B Cottingham
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Correspondence Solicited P. 0. Box, 285, Guthrie 0. 1
Special to the Daily Leader.
Washington, Feb. 16—1 a. m—Ex-
citement in thU city is intense tonight
ovar the Maine disaster. Crowds, sur-
round the navy department and all
words breathe threats against Spain.
The stita department has been in closo
communication with Havana tonight,
but little Intelligence is being given
At 11 o'clock tonight (lenora! Lee
cabled that accident did not cause the
disaster, and he openly bilieves there
has been treachery and foul play. In
a cable addressed to the Associated
Press, Leo only hints at foul play, but
aska that Ilia American people with
hold judgment until an official invest*,
gation is had.
Thostato department has called for
an immediate official investigation.
The death list at 9 o'clock tonight
bad reached 2C0 seamen.
Cabinet Discusses Disaster.
Washington, Feb. 10.—Among the
matters discubsed by the president and
the members of the cabinet wan the
question of the expediency of immed-
iately sending sixteen more warships
to Havana to take the place of the
Maine, and the coucluaion is under-
stood to have been reached that at
present such a course ia not desirable.
At about 1:30 o'clock it was authorita-
tively btated at the While Housa that
the information so far roceiyed in-
dicated that the loss of the Maine was
the result of ati accident, and that in
the absenco of evidence to the con-
trary this should be assumed to be the
fact. Secretary Long returned to the
White House early in the afternoon
and remained witn the president for
bome time. Up to 2 o'c'.ock nothing
had been received from Havana since
the cablegram from Captain Sigsby.
Washington, Feb. 16—The folio.v
ing dispatch was received at 11:40
Havana, Feb. 16.—Assistant Secro
tary of State, Washington: All quiet
great sorrow expressed by authorities.
Sigsbeo has telegraphed details to
navy department Not prepared yet
to report cause of explosion. Lk«.
At this moment the naval officer*
cannot agree upon any authority to
account for the destruction of the
Maine. Perhaps a rasjoiP.y are in-
clined to the belief that the explosion
was purelv accidental; another consid
erable numbor feel that a torpedo wus
De lMtne Jtlubber*.
New York, Feb. 16.—Senor Dj Lome
heard the news of the digester to the
Maine at the Hotel Saint Marj this
morning. At first he refused to credit
he news, but when the truth dawned
upon him he said:
••It is terrible. 1 pray God tho news
has bfei exaggerated. You may be
biire of one thing, however; no Span
iard did this.
Like myself, all Spaniard* of im
portanee entertain friendly feeling
toward this country There will
no war; there can be no war between
America and Spain.
This appalling disaster forces mo
to a declaration that I love America us
I do no other country than my own.'
And the Best
Whiskies, Wines and
Liquors Pit Tor a King
Washington, Feb. 16 — Aisceiated
Press advi es from Havana: At 2
o'clock in the morning, while the cor-
respondent of tho Associated Press
was going ashore there was another
terrible explosion At the same time
boats from the Spanish steamers Colon
and Mexico were taking eight wounded
men ashore after having saved them
from the water.
Up to 2 a. m. fifty-seven men and
twenty-four officers had been ac-
counted for. Paymaster Ray said that
last Sunday there were 354 men on his
list, all told.
Lieutenant Jenkins and Assistant
Engineer Merritt are among those not
L5eutennnt Blandin was on watch at
tho time of the explosion,
Some of the wreckage of the Maine
fell on board the City of Washington
and knocked two ho'rs in her deck.
A Spanish naval ofli ;r r 6a<d Captain
Sigsbee was the last man to abandon
the sinking ship, and that he remained
alongside tho wr< ck as long as it was
possible to do anything in the work of
that they were on shore at tho
time of the accident
The secretary of the navy received
another dispatch fro-u Key West at
the same time with the above, but it>
contents were not made public.
The orders for tho lij^thouse ten-
ders were at once sent to Key^Venl in
plain language, thus avoiding tho de-
lay that would have arisen from the
of u c'pher.
•cretan* Long then sent for Cap-
tain Dickens and th* two discussed
ptain Nigsbee's brief telegram. No
ther naval oflicers were present and
besides tho secretary and Captain
1) chins, th:* naval colony here is
orant of this disaster, the greatest
which has befallen the American navy
since tho disaster in Apia many years
The secretary is inclined to be-
lit ve that most of the officers of the
Maine were on shore at the time of
the accident, as it was still early in
tho night. While neither the secre-
tary nor Captain Dickens is inclined
hiss the probable cause of the
accident,several suggestions were ven-
tured upon. They believe that it mav
have been caused by a fire In the
bunkers, heating the bulkhead near u
magazine, or that uu accident may
have occurred while inspecting high
explosives for torpedoes, of course,
this is mere speculation ami the sec-
retary is anxiously waiting a more de-
tailed report from Captain Sigsbee.
The Malue is a battleship of th©
sccond class, and is regarded as one
of the best ships in the new navy.
She was built at the I'rooklyn navy
yard, and is :*18 feet long, 75 wide, VJ.O
mean draught, und 0,683 tons displace-
ment She carries four ten-Inch and
six six-inch breech-loading guns in her
main battery, and seven six-pounder
and eight one-pounder rapid Arc gun-
and four gatlings in her second-
ary battery, and four Whitehead tor-
The officers of the Maine, besides
Commander Sigsbee, are: Lieutenant
Commander Uiehurd Wainwright:
lieutenants George F. W. llolman,
John Hood and Carl W. Yungen; Lieu-
tenants (junior grade) tloorge P. UU v
John T. lUaudin and IVieud W. Jen
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Q notice for Publication.
Land OfBco at Guthrie, O. T., Feb.
"'Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named sottlcr iiac tiled notice of Lis
Intention to make final proof In luvport
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made befora register and receiver United
Htate* land oliice at Guthrie, 0. T., on
March 10, 1898. viz:
Arthur N Farris, for the te qr sec
twp 15, r 2 east.
He names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
ci'"lvation of said land, viz: '
Cass Chester, Buchanan Neal. Walter
Gliuert. Ernest 11 Kapelle, all of Mitch-
""'w!' A.N.J. Cbook. Register.
IIavava, Feb. 10.—At a quarter of
:0 o'clock la-t evening a tarribU ex-
i o.'on took place on board the I nited
;;Uo.s cruiser Maine in Havana h:ir-
lur. Mirny were killed or wounded.
A: 1 the boats of the Spanish cruistr
Alfo.iso XII. aro assisting. As yet
the cause of tho explosion is not ap-
> a rent.
The explosion shook the whole city.
The windows were broken in all tho
The wildest consternation prevails
n Havana. The wharves are crowd-
ed with thousands of people. It is
oelieved the explosion occurred in a
• mail powder magazine.
Captain Sigsbee and the other ofli
vrs have been saved. It is estimated
lIiat over 100 of the crew were killed
but it is impossible as yet to give ex-
Admiral Manterola has ordered ti
boats of all kinds should go to the
issistanco of the Maino and her
wounded. The Havana firemen are
riving aid, tending carefully to the
wounded as they are brought on shore.
General Solano and the other generals
inve been ordered by Captain General
Blanco to take steps to help the
Maine's crew in every way possiblo.
Captain Sigsbee says the explosion.
i of tho l>
' Itopnlilicmi I'iir11
uri to Tlielr I
ho Fln utclRl I *uo
Washington, Feb. 10.—The address-
es on behalf of the Democratic, Popu-
list aid Silver Republican parties,
hich are tho result of the confer-
s which have been in progress
ng tho leaders of these parties at
capital for the past few weeks,
.! issued yesterday. They seek to
nitc the meiube-s of the three par-
in future elections upon the llnan-
ial Issue as the question of paramount
mportunee and are separate appeals
aeh of tho pjirties to consolidate
all along the lines for this purpose.
The address to Democrats is signed
Senator James K. Jones o* \rkan
s, chairman of the Democrat!*
ational committee, and is indorsed
the Democratic Congressional com*
ttoe; that to the Populists by Sen
>r Marion llutler, chairman of tho
tpulist National committee, and
twenty-flvo other Populist members
the Senate and House, and that of
Silver Republicans by Chairman
harlos Towne and tho Silver Ilopul;
ans in tho Senate and House nnd
-t by ex-Senator Dubois.
N A DISSECTING ROOM
kins; Naval Cadets Jonas 11. lloldan
Watt T. Cluvcrius, Amon llronson
and David F. Boyd, .Jr.: Surgeon
Lucien P. Henberger; Paymaster
Charles W. T/ittlefield. Chief Engineer
Charles P. Howell, Past Assistant En-
gineer Freder c C. llowers, Assistant
Engineers John It. Morris and D.
Merritt, Naval Cadets (engineer di-
vision) Pope Washington and Arthur
.Crenshaw, Chaplain John P. Chid wick,
irst Lieutenant of Marines Albertus
W. Catlin, Boatswain Francis E. Lar
kin, thinner Joseph Hill, Carpenter
Tho commander of the Maine, Cap-
tain Sigsbee, is a favorite in tho navy
department. For four years he was
chief of the hydrographie office and
his energy brought the office up to a
high standard. He was lucky to get so
important a ship as the Maine, con-
sidering his actual rank, which is that
of a commander, but immediately
he justified the department's judgment
in the selection by running his ship
straight into a dock in New York har-
bor to avoid running down a packed
excursion boat. This was a display of
good judgment, nerve and pluck that
pleased the department so highly that
tho captain wus sent a complimentary
The Maine was built in New York
in IsOO at a cost of $],.'>88,000. She
had a steel hull and a complement of
\ International \
Successor of the " Unabridged."
The Olio Great Standard Authority,
So writes Hon. D. J. Brewer,
1 .1 list ire U. s. Supreme Courl.
of the V. S. < lov't 1 *rlnting <|
Offloe, tli ' 1'. H. Siipri-iiif
Court, all tlio Stole Su
ly all the Sclioolbooka.
by Stole Superintendent! (■
of Si- ¥H>li. Colli de l'ri-M J
dento,M«lQttiiTKauci tor j
almost wlfliout number.
In tlie household, nnd to
tin- teacher, scholar, pro-
fessional mail, and ueli-
i ■ Mtastor.
sent on aj>l>lic"tin„ In ;
6 G.ac, MerrlamCo.,I*uI>ll8lierH,
1 C Al'TlON. I' "< I
— buying small so-called i
. "Webster's Dictionaries." \ll an then tie <
) nbililuments of Webster's International Dlctlcn- (
v in th<- various nlzw bt-at our trade-nuirk ou ^
e front cover as shown In the cut#.
exploded under tho vessel, and a third
tlmory ia that n>tne ioferual machine
was smuggled abjard the ship and Bet
off. In ibe present lftek of knowledge
it is not thought to be possiblo to bay
to which Iheory the balance of proba
bilities inclines. An examination by a
diver of tho hull of the Maino would
demonstrate in s tan ti v whether or not
a torpedo had been ustd, for, in case it
bad. tho plateB of the hull would
surely be driven in. On tho other
hand, protruding plates would bo an
evidence that the txplosion was purely
Shook Up Havana.
Nbw Yobk, Feb. 16—Telegram cor-
.•o far as I can learn now the ex-
occurred in the bow of the vessel. Ho
received a wound in the head. Orders
were given to the other officers to save
themselves as best they could. Tho
latter, who were literally thrown from
their bunks in their night clothing,
gave the necessary orders with great
self-possession and bravery.
At \:30, the Maine continues burn-
The first theory was that there had
been a preliminary explosion in tho
Santa Jiarbara (magazine) with pow-
der or dynamite below the water.
Admiral Manterola believed that tho
first explosion was of a granade that
was hurled over tho navy yard.
Washington, Feb. H.—The secre-
tary of the navy received the follow-
ing telegram from Captain Sigsbee:
"Maine blown up in Havana harbor
9:40 nnd destroyed. Many wounded
and doubtless moro killed and
drowned Wounded and others on
Decided Uf n (Same of l'o!c«r.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 15. —Startling
statements of the manner in wh ich the
jury in the Herbert Mills case is said
to have reached its verdict of guilty
are being investigated by the pris-
oner's lawyer for tho purpose
of setting aside tho penalty ot
ten years' imprisonment. Mills
was charged with forgery. It
is asserted that two obstinate
jurors who stoo l out for acquittal all
Thursday night were finally persuad
ed to submit their opinions to the test
of a game of "freeze-out" poker with
two of their colleagues. Tho tw
favoring acquittal lost, and a ver.lict
of guilty was rendered on Friday
Foreman Harry May denies any
knowlege of tho affair, but says the
incident might have occurred as a
majority of the jury played poker all
potion took place in tho magazine
used for the storage of gun cof.o i for board Spanish man-of-war and Ward
the torpedoes. The vessel lies ** i h line stcamor.
her bows wholly Kubmerged and oaly
a r&rt of her stern allowing.
"The explosion, which shook the
city frotn one end to the ether, created
the wildest exjitemeDt All the elec-
tric lightu wi re put out by the shock.
Fire engines rushed madly from one
direction to another and no one kn w
for certain from which direction the
"Consul General Lee, who was at
the Hotel Inglateria, received a tele-
phone message from General Blanco,
telling him that the Maino iiad been
blown up. General Lee hastened to
the palace, wh ?re the cibinet ;s now
••Of the crew of 450 men and tffi ?ers
only thirty-three are known to have
Hlierldttti, Mo., ll ii!< Hulihod.
St. Joskph, Mo., Feb. 1ft —Han
robbers miscalculated the charge of
dynamite used in blowing open tho
vault of the Sheridan bank at Sberi
elan, Mo., early yesterday morning,
and used enough of the explosive to
blow the building to pieces. However,
the robbers seem not to have been in
jured, as no evidence to that effect
was found when half the town was
awakened by the explosion and rushed
to tho scene. The safe was split in
half dozen places and $?,400 cash and
85,000 in paper were stolen, with no
trace of the thieves beyond the state
ment of ii farmer twelve miles south
of Sheridan, who saw three men 3ri
iug past his farm at daylight.
4 -id Corp* .
St. Joskph, Mo, Feb Hi.— Pro
the largest woman in the state i
. at Burlington Junction, Mo Si
"Send lighthouse tender from Key j^jrs Sarah Mellride, n 1 1
West for crow nnd few pieces of equip- ' weighed 0f :> pound-. It w. s
a..it _i impossible to pass the corpse
i.i it still above water. No one had
other clothes than those upon him,
"Public op'nion should be suspend-
eel till further report
"All otlicers believed to bo saved.
Jenkins and Merritt not yet accounted
for. Many Spanish officers, including
representatives of General lilauco,
now with me, express sympathy.
The officers referred to in the above
dispatch are Lieutenant Friend W.
Jenkins and Assistant Engineer l)arr
win U. Merritt.
From the wording of the dispatch
the navy department thinks it is pos-
cruavod Mother MitUe« it Frightful
Coi i'MniA, Mo , Feb. 10.—A fright-
fully tragic scene was enacted last
ning in the d ssect.ing room of tho
Missouri university. The body of a
omoly and shapely girl, 17 years o
ye, lay on the dissecting table,
bout a dozen medical students \
clustered around her, knives in hand.
As dissecting was about to begin, loud
were heurd at tho door. One of
the students was hoard imploring
some one not to enter.
The next moment a frenzied woman
ushed into the dissecting room. She
>ok o:io glance at tho body and
"That's her; that's her! Good God,
would know the poor child any-
Who are yon?" asked ono of the
I am Anna Kmincrson,'' screamed
the woman, "and that is llattie, my
Mrs. Emmcrson then became a rav-
tng maniac. Throwing her arms about
the neck of Henry Rutherford, one of
he students, whose home is at Fort
Smith, Ark., she claimed him as her
The students offered to deliver the
lody to the mother at once, and con*
ributed to provide a cotlin. She was
persuaded to leave the scone, with
ho understanding that the body
would be prepared for the grave and
lelivcrci to her to-day.
The students siv tho body was re-
cently secured by them at a cost of 8 '
the county poor farm. The girl,
who was hopelessly insane, died of
SALE OF KANSAS PACIFIC.
in Piielllc MeorffUuUiHlon Commit-
too to Ho tho Only Itlddar.
oPKKA, Kan.. Feb. l'J.—Tho fore-
closure sale of the Kansas Pacific rail
•oad will begin here to-da^j. At
31 a. m. Special Master W. D. Cornish
will mount the auctioneer's stand at
the Union Pacific depot in North To
peka and knock off the United States
overnment's lien on tho eastern and
middle divisions to the highest bidder.
There will likely be only ono bid
made—that by the Union Pacific
When asked if the action of the
senate in passing Senator Harris' pro-
test would interfere with the sale in
any way. Judge Cornish replied that
it would not.
It won't reach us," he said, "We
are going by the orders of tho court
IVE YEARS FOR NEVILL.
ii Fii^lUh I.ord N*Dt to Prison — Plead*
<■ allty of Frnud
London, Feb. 1ft.—In the central
minal court to-d^y Lord William
Nevill, fourth son of the Marquis of
Abergavenny, who was placed on trial
barged with* fraud in connection
ith the suit of "Sam" Lewis, the
loney lender, against Lieutenant
ponder Clay, to recover 8^5,505 due
n two promissory notes cashed by
Lord Nevill, pleaded guilty of fraud,
ut claimed ho was not guilty of
forrery. He was sentenced to fivo
urV penal servitude.
Siuce the notorious baccarat scan*
lal English aristocracy has received
few shocks such as by the Nevill trial.
Lieutenant Spender < lay, the prose-
iting witness, is the son of a wealthy
brewer, while Nevill's father is the
Marquis of Abergavenny.
ARKANSAS CITY MUST PAY
W tiler llllla Aro Not Settled, Judice
Williams Order* tho Supply Mtoppod.
TopkkA, Kan., Feb. 1ft.—In the Ar-
kansas City water works ease,
which has been dragging along in
• federal court for seven years.
Igo Williams made on order this
morning that the city shall pay back
hydrant rentals or the receiver shutoff
the water. "There is only one way to
run water works," he declared. "The
water must ho furnished according to
contract or the supply cut off."
The city owes 900,000. The com-
pany agreed to take 8i7,.r 00 in install-
ments covering a period of ten years.
The city government accepted tho
proposition, but a minority of citizens
stopped the compromise by injunction.
Judge Williams said this morning
that Si 1,200 must be paid at once or
the town bo left without water.
DEAD IN A BLIZZARD.
Kcporta From Alanka Sny From Seven*
ti-cn to Twenty-Seven Aro Lost.
Skattlk, Wash., Feb. 1ft.—Advices
from Juneau, Alaska, say that during
four days of last week a terrible bliz-
zard raged along the coast from tho
head of Linn canal to Fort Wrangel.
Accounts differ as to the number of
the blizzard's victims, varying from
seventeen to twenty-seven. There is
no means at present of getting ut the
To lliiHten it NeiUlln llaiilc Report.
Washington, Fob. lft.— In the House
-day Mr. Coonoy of Missouri called
attention to the fact that a resolution
f inquiry introduced by him I)e*
•einb.'r 11, calling for the state-
ment nnd accounting for tho re-
tiver of tho First National
ink of Sedalia, Mo., which was
referred to the banking and currency
nnmittee, had not been reported
aek. An explanation was made by
Mr. Johnson of Indiana on behalf of
coininittec, who said action upon
l.e resolution had been delayed aiul
t ho thought tho sub*committco
would report upon the resolution to-
morrow. Mr. Cooney withdrew a mo-
ion he had entered to discharge the
the door, and a portion «-? t:.|
had to bo cut away. X" hen:--
town was lar/.* enough, tin I ii
was token to the e i:u-
wagon. Mrs. Melir dc '• n •
Contract for Sapulpa Hoad
St Ej.mo, III., Fob 1ft.—A G Brown
of ti ii pl*ce has secured a twelve mile
contract on the St. Louis & Oklahoma
City railroad construction. His con-
tract is the first twelve miles cut of
0*lshoma Cttv. Mr, Brown's entire
grsding outfit was loaded and shipped
for Oklahoma City yesterday.
C. C. Smith Quits to Avoid llel
Knocked Completely Oat.
Piiii.aDKS.Piiia, Feb. 1ft. —Peter Ma-
her, the Irish champion, nnd "Thun-
derbolt" Smith,, the colored Buffalo
heavyweight, met at tho Arena in this
city last night in a six-round bout,
nnd Ma her won in the third round
The fighting was fast, and Maher had
all tho best of it. To save a knock
out, Smith threw up his hands aud
M* Years for Rllkeaell.
Fout Scott. Kan., Feb. 1ft.—Eugene
Mikesell, the jeweler, self-convicted
rf arson by confession, was sentence
to six years in the penitentiary. H
smiled as the sentence was passed.
The Bherltr Stopped the Fl?ht
II \ m11. r<>\, Ma, Feb. 16.—A prize
fight took place in a livery barn a
Kidder last evening between Bang
nnd O'Brien, of Cameron, who fough
for a small purse. At the end of th
sixth round tho authorities broke u
the ligl" *
TO UllUb -k tOLU II* OAY
Tsko Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 85c. The genuine hat
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
"Hindoo Head Huntore," February
17 and lg-
K.'.l u ijr Promoter Arrested.
AnnMoiti:, I. T., Feb. lft.— A. A.
'hapman, promoter and president of
Dcnison nnd Northern Railway
company, and also president of the
Mineral Belt Construction company,
was arrustod hero yesterday, as he ar-
ived from the South, on a grand jury
ndictment charging him with embez-
zlement. The property embezzled, as
stated in the indictment, waa a horse
and some equipment used in railroad
instruction. Mr. Chapman readily
gave s 4;i,0T) bond and was released.
1 nnW Ciinhlor Arrested.
Omaha. Neb., Feb. In.—Word was
received here last night of the arrest,
t Edgemont, of E. C. Salisbury and
Cashier A. B. Clifton, of the Bank of
Kdgeinont, at tho instance of the re-
iver, \V. W Ho wart. The charge
is larceny of : .000 in notes, comprls-
ng a portion of tho bank's assets
Hie hank was one of the Grable prop-
erties and was involved in the crash.
1J l.finio Leaves Wellington.
Washington, Fob. l'J.—The late
panish minister, Senor Dupuy l)e
.oine, accompanied by Mme. DeLotue,
their two sons and a Spanish valet,
left Washington at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon f' r New York, whence they
sad to-day for Liverpool. A largo
delegation from the diplomatic corps,
accompanied by their wives, gave a
:i ti re voir at the station to their
Potior for M. Zola.
Feb. lft —The arrival of M.
Perreux and others at the
>tirt of the Seine yesterday
marked by any incident
as to the Issue of the trial
;illy. While some people aro
already discussing the extent of the
sentences, others regard the acquittal
.if tho defendants as certain, as it i-
« vident the court is becoming more
favorably disposed toward M. Zola
Kansas City drain and I.tvn ntne't
Hard Wheit-N'x : illc. Na 2. M
Na y, M.-; Na 4^:1 33jc.
Salt \\ lies -W. 1. 03afJ4c. Ni 2
08c No. 'JO;'.Otc; Nu 4. B5&Ht4c: I'cjft
Spring Wheat—Na 2. 88394c ■ • K
65 irt7c. rejected. s2 484a
Corn- Mlxe I. . .G^v. N* V ' -'j-'t
Na 4, 'J.\i no tjrade, 24'/4ii2">:. . . j
CornNa 2tic; Nu 4, ti-.
tTatlle* — Receipt* 11.217; calvei
slilpped, 1,674 caitlo no calvea. The mar-
ket was steady to 10c lower.
Dressed beet and export steer* M. U 1
6-13: native heifers, f3.0514.25. tuliv-*
Cows, 12.15^4 00. native feeder* *4.oO >
4 55; native Blockers. 4; .76'ij4.fc \
Ho.'s—Uccelpta ln. 07; shipped SVJ !'!>«
market was 2 4 to 74: higher, (Hosluff firia.
Friccs ransed from a-iu toliui
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1898, newspaper, February 17, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121362/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.