The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 190, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1898 Page: 1 of 6
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THE DAILY ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA.
IMt FIHST PAOEB PUBLISHED IN OKLAHOMA.
VOLI MI: 11 a
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(iUTlIIlIE, OKLAHOMA, NON' KM UK It :50, 18! H.
\VE1>NKSI A\ MOIIMM.
More Lives Discovered Lost on
New England Coast.
DEAD CAST UP EVERY HOUR.
No Account of the Foreign Vsssels
Taken that Come in.
THEY WILL GO INTO HUNDREDS
Morpi Oetnile* of the Storm That
Made Kvery Mhtp Hunt a
llarltor Though that
llarhor I'rovnl not
Bosto ., Nov., 29—Tho passim, hours
do not bring an end to the reports of
loss <>f life down on New England?
coast as th-• outcome of Sunday's hard
storm. From Cape Cod the most ter-
rible accounts of ruin and b-nth are
coming:, and of these the loss of the
steamer Portland, with all on bourl,
nearly 100 souls, overshi J.nvi uil. The
graveyard of the coast, the treacherous
bars and rips on the outsUl^ f Cape
Cod, have claimed victims without
number, Miles and miles of the coast
line is piled high with wreckage, most
of which is ground so line by waves
that identification « f helpless craf's
As the fury of the wind was ua ^roat
as the bleak sand hills which make up
the cape It will be many hour.? before
all places are heard from. Telegraph
wires are down and railroads cannot
break out the snow drifts and this
feature is distressing, as much suffer-
ing from cold and hunger must ensue
among the poorer people in the n-nrhy
Tonight the only means of reaching
Cape Cod is by steamer across Mas-
achusett bay. a disagreeable voyage, as
the sea is yet boisterous. Word from
Provincetown tells of nearly thirty
■wrecks with the number of lives lost,
Mutters are improving slightly along
Vineyard sound, so far as means of
Communication are concerned. The best
summing up of the disasters in that
section is made by Captain Hard Jr.,
of the revenue cutter Dexter.
He says that in Vineyard Haven the
hulls are plied upon the shore and
those vessels which are afloat seem
but mere shells. The Dexter reports
possible additions to the wreck list in
two schooners sunk off Menemsha bay
and two big one? : unk abreast Pesque
Isle. The fate of their crews is un-
known. Three w : king steamers are
around the Fairfax, ashore on Sow and
Cures every form of
Impure blood, from
The pimple on your
Face to the great
Scrofula sore which
Drains your system.
Thousands of people
Testify that Hood's
Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
And '1 hat Tired
Feeling. Remember this
And get Hood's
And only Hood's.
down, for the crew are freezing. '
Tho three masted Lester A. Lewis,
Captain Kimball, from Elisabethport, N
J., with a cargo of phosphate and guana,
came in shortly after the Mott, and Capt.
Dyer, of -the latter, thinks both capsized
and sank about the same time. The cap-
tain and crew of the Lewis could not
have had any warning.
THREE LIVES LOST.
Vineyard Haven, Mass., Nov. 29.—Three
lives were lost in the wreck of the schoon
er Addle Sawyer, which was wrecked on
the north side of the island.
The dead are:
Captain Norwood, Cook Ansever and
Seaman Leander Ashley.
Mate Dudley and Seaman Tapley were
The Sayer, which was bound from Cal-
aise, Me., for No York, anchored off Fal-
mouth. Mass., for shelter Saturday even-
ing but the gal* increased with such fury
that tiie vessel broke adrift and was driv
en across Vineyard sound and cast ashore
When the vessel struck. Capt Norwood
was washed overboard and his lifeless
body was thrown upon the beach shortly
after by the heavy seas. The bodies of
the cook and seaman were also discov-
The British schooners Tay nnd j ondo
lost all their masts and are full of
ter. These schooners were seriously dhm
aged: Flora Conden, Hattie Howes. Hen
ri.-ita Simmons. Morenei. Leonard Wal
ters, Lugano, George A. Pierce.
The schooner William Todd was foul
-1 and unk I V S: birg TI.
'arrita was wrecked on the cost side of
the harbor. The Lunet from Perth Am-
boy with et'al, ent on the rocks nt Tar-
paulin Cove. The Cathie <\ Boy i
ishore at Edgerton. The cargo of lim
of the stranded E. C. Willard took Are
tonight and the vessel was totaly destroy
ed. The Succonsct light ship has been
damaged and moved from its former
s., Nov. 29—Twenty-
vessels were driven ashore and to-
ivrecked in this neighborhood. From
the majority of -the the crews were sav
ed. although several lives were lost. Four
or live of tho wrecks were coasters, and
the rest were fishermen. During the
sterm shipping was destroyed and tho
each was strewn with wreck.ic-.. street
wore flooded and wharv< s drifted out to
son. Four I. houses and a lobster hatch-
ery situated at Beach Point were destroy
The list of casualties
schooners Daniel Boone.
Isaac Collins. The -team
erson, the sc hooners Clan
vester Whalen F P. Fo:
Smith, and the fishing si
Fragments of the schoone
includes ii "
er A. B. Nick-
t Say ward. Syl-
ster. and F. H.
r R. Walker, of
St. Thomas.. 1>. W. I. Nov. . —The
United States collier Abarenda, whl« n
recently coaled the I'nited States bat-
tleships Oregon and Iowa at B.ihia,
Brazil, has arrived here and is afait-
ing orders from the navy.department.
SAO A ST A KICKS.
London., Nov., 30—The Madrid coires 1
pondent of the daily Mail says:
Senor Sagasta asset is that if the I
United States insists upon aying Spain
for the Cuban and Philippine debts, j
OFFICERS ON TO THE JOB I she will honor her signature to the ex-
tent of her resources and that the
government will not refuse to accept
MliKH Ii 0
Kansas City Pacific Detained
by Bandits Inefectualy
Chicayo Club has a Hot Contest
that Ends in Death
They Make the Robbers Quit Their
JIM WEST PLAYES THE GAME.
One Man Kuppoitril to be
But tlie t-'uctM can't be
certained I ntil Further
Jb'ucts are l>i cov-
Kansas City, Nov. 29.—A specfM to the
Journal from Sedalia, Mo. says:
Missouri Pacific passenger train No. 71
)lo«t Friendly i ompnuy that
Npoltc for IVitec and (iooil
Yi lll lor all \atioutt
Met Together in
Havana., Nov., 29 Marshal Blanco, ontCTC
it is expected, will go on board the GUESTS
steamer Vilvaide tonight, shortly be- j
fore midnight and the steamer Will
probably leave for Spain « • *ly in the
morning. He finished dinner at 8 o'c'ock
and then accompanied by his aides.
Maj. Duzell and Capt. Panz in, we it
on foot to pay a farewell visit to 'h . j
family of Senor Lamblllo, with hoin lie
has been for mar.y y ars m t rmh of j Washington., Nov.. 211—TTon. John A.
intimate friendship. Kasson, special reciprocity commission
At the hour of filing this dispatch, or of the United States tonight enter-
whieh left St. Josep.. at 2:30 p. m. via, the boat o' the captain of the port is tained at dinner the British American
Kansas City, running from the latter city waiting to earty him ti the villlvade. j commission now in session here. The
over the Lexington branch, was held up affair took place In tho banquet room
four and half miles west of Sedalia at A PROMINENT DEATH. Lf the Metropolltan rIub> whcrc COVers
9:55 by three masked men, one of whom Memphis, Tenn., Nov.. 29-Generai | „ere ,aid for twenty-six. Toasts to the
Jim West, an engineer ,n tne eompanys ; John J. Dupuy, prominent ex-confed i Prosl(lent| the Queen and th„ Kmpcror
employ was captured, while a second is crate soldier, died in Memphis todav.
believed to have been wounded. and the J General Dupuy v.as in all ♦lie battles
third escaped. Originally the hold up of the army of Tennessee and was
was to have occurred last Friday night, j wounded four times.
but one of the men implicated weakened I ■
Whv is it that ru :Iv
!aged persons are thin?
Ami yet, when you thin.-.
lot it, what could you expect
Three score years of wear
•jand tear are enough to make
the digestion weak. Yet the
British American High Com-;body must be ted.
mission Dined in Royal Style fa Scott's Emulsion, the
I work is all done; that is, v
SOME: ELABORATE TOASTS, the oil in it is digested, all , all about petty officers.
I ready to be taken into the 1
All the World Was Drunk to in Good blood. The body rests, Revolvers are Drawn and Used to
Will. | while the oil feeds and nour- Etfcct on Both Sidcs
ishes, and the hypophos- j
KASSON.1 phites makes the nerves FACTIONS WANT CONTROL,
steady and strong.
50c. and $1.00, all druggists.
6COTT At UOWNE. Chtmuts. N v York.
Gloucester, nnd tho coaster Addle Snow,
drifted ashore nt Race Point this after-
noon Flour, pork, lard and whisky bar-
rels have been drifting ashore along the
beach between Race Point and Highland
Light life saving station today. Several
bodies have also drifted ashore near High
land Light and part of a boat marked
"Steamer Portland." Th. Wood Island
life savers m.e> several Rallani efforts
yesterday to reach the schooner Jordan
T.. Mr.tt. bound from New York to Rock-
land with al. and ti- apy sin < ■ ■ !< d. Th*
GUEST OF THE PRESIDENT,
STILL LOOKING AFTER T11E >
A RAG CAN CANAL.
Washington, Nov. 29.—President lg-
loslas, of Costa Rico, spent most of the
day In his apartments owing 'to a slight
Indisposition from cold. Re "hn 1 a long
conference with Senator Morgan, who
has been the manager of Nlcaraguan
canal legislation in the senate, relative
to canal affairs. Tc night Presi lent lu-
loias was the guest of honor at a dinner
given by President McKinley.
TWENTY THREE PASSENGERS,
and the attempted was postponed. Last
night Supt. L. D. Hopkins was apprised
that the hold up was arranged for tonight
and he prepared for it.
When the iraln left Kansas City at 5:4."
p. m. six secret service men in the eom-
panys employ was aboard. When the
point whore the attempt was to be made
was approached, two of the men, Tom
Furlang of St. Louis, and W. K. Kay, of
the Missouri Pacific took theft* position
in the cab of the engine. Four more with
detective Frank Barnett, of the Missiourl
Paeitic, at Osawatlme, Kansas, In
charge were secreted In the baggage car
One half mile west of Georgetown, at
Muddy Creek, engineer Daniels was sinK-
alled to stop and did so. At once the
three robbers opened lire which was re-
turned by tne eompanys jfosse of six men.
Fully twenty shots were exchanged, when
the robbers realized that they were trap-
ped and began to retreat. The officers
pave pursuit and engineer Jinf West, a
freight man. was captured. The officers
fired a number of shots and it is report-
ed that the second robber was wounded,
but this is not corroborated.
Tne train then came on#J Sedalia and
West was committed 10 jail. As quickly
as possible a posse was organized and
proceeded to the scene of the hold up in
the hopes of capturing the other two rob-
The eompanys officials are said to be
in possession of the two Jfcmalnlng rob-
bers and their capture is considered cer-
At 12:30 o'clock this (Wednesday) morn-
ing a portion of the posse in pursuit of
the two remaining bandits returned. They
had made no capture. They lear
where one of the robbers, with a badly
shattered arm. had called at a farm
house for bandages, claming that he had
boon accidently wounded while engaged
in coon hunting.
Detcetlves Tom Furlong and Frank
Barnett, with n dozen men, are still
searching the country in the vicinity of
the hold up.
Jim West is a man of family and has
been inhteepmlyo shrdlu etaolnshrdlunn
boon In the employ of the company for
several years. He has always stood well
in tho community and great surprise is
THE TERRIBLE TURK.
ott put In ho
RESCCED FROM TI IK WRECK OFF
"Gloucester Mass., Nov. 29.—Tile schoon
er Hiram Lowell has arrived with 23 per-
sons, the crew and passengers of the
British schooner Narcissus, from Bos-
ton lor Sholburne and Liverpool, N# S.,
wreked off Soul island.
A STEAMER RESCUED.
HE WON A WRESTLING MATCH
FROM ISA DO RE.
Philadelphia, Nov. 2\<. -Adult, the "Ter-
rible Turk." won tonigttt'S wrestling
match at the Arena from Isadore. the
Russian wrestler, in to successive falls.
Tly Turk's victory was-an «-,tsv one. He
downed his man for flhe first in 2:13 2-3
on a half Nelson and for the second time
on an arm and leg hold in 39 seconds.
Less than 300 people were present.
of Russia were drunk standing.
The response to the toast to the
queen was made by the British am-
bassador and that to the emperor of
Russia by the Russian ambassador.
Other toasts were responded to as fol-
"The dominion of Canada." Sir Wil-
fred Laurier, the premier.
"International Justice, the best guar-
anty of the international pence." by
"The army—the Instrument of jus-
tice," by General Miles.
"The navy—the Instrument of civili-
zation," by Rear Admiral Schley.
The guests included the following:
Chief Just Fee of the United States,
t'he British ambassador, the Husslan
1 ambassador. Cardinal Gibbons, Justice
I White, of the supreme court, Lord TIer-
schel, the bishop of Washington, Sir
Wilfred Larrier, General Miles, Sir
James Winter, premier of Newfound-
land, Sir Richard Cartwright, minister
of commerce: Sir Louis Davies, minis-
ter of marine: Hon. John Charlton m.
I p. commissioner plenipotentiary, Sent-
for the tightness with which she was
held by the rocks she would have g me
down, drowning all on board.
The passengers and crew were land-
ed on Shelter Island, where they are
housed with scarcely any provisions
under tarpaulins. The purser and two
seamen went to Juneau in a small
boat for relief, arriving there just be-
fore the Cottage City loft.
HIS SPEECH CLEAR ENOUGH.
| One of Tho-r l.ivcly Meetings
I 4 III«-ago In mo \ot d for Taken
IMncc and CorpHoa are,
THE FRENCH PREMIER MAKES
KNOWN HIS POSITION.
Paris., November 29—In the senate,
this afternoon, in reply to a request
that he would clarify his speech made
In the chamber of deputies, in answer
to the Interpellations as to the Pic-
quart court martial and the Dreyfus,
M. Dupuy. the premier said.
"The speech was clear enough. The
powers < f the court of cassation are un
limited and all necessary documents
will be communicated to the court. Tho
best way of restoring peace is to leave
matters in the hands of the Judiciary."
The senate then adjoured.
Now Bedford. Mass., Nov. 29.—The
schooner llattie A. Butler, Captain Mul-
len. bound from Onset to New York with
a cargo of sand, was driven ashore on \ tor M'Milian and Faulkner; Rear Ad-
tho rocks at Angelica Point, Rfrv.zards mlral Schley, representative Dingley,
bay. The fate of the captain and
is not known
STEAMER GATE CITY,
Boston. Nov. 29 -A report reached here
tonight from the southern end of Cape
Cod that the steamer Gate City had
been wrecked on Peaked Hill bar.
Hon. John W. Foster. Hon. T. Jeffer-
son Coolridgo, Rear Admiral Cpsur, V.
S N . Mr. Morris K. Jessup. of New
York. Mr. M. J. Boardman, Mr Thomas
Nelson Page Hon. Wayne MaeVelgh.
TOOK MONEY WITH HIM.
NO LONGER RELIEVED TO HAVE
GONE AWAY PENNILESS.
TKKC BODIES WASHEO ASHDRr,
COTTON GOODS RAISE,
BLEACHED COTTONS ESPECIALLY
New York, Nov 29.-Ma
blecahed cottons are advin
yard, to 5% net. The tone «
goods generally is firmer th
and a fair amount of business offer
old prices is turned down by selle
medium and finer grades.
Heavy brown sheetings and -h ill
firm, and there is more demand for
yards sheetings at previous prices.
Print cloths and other fine yarn gradi
goods are firm. Aliens fancy prints fo
spring opened at e per yard, but n<
other agent names prices yet. The do
maud for that staple lines of prints I
steads at previous prices. Ginghams ar
los that came ashore
and are supposed to
, ties of Grant C. Gill -tt. the cattle plung-
! er, continue to grow and the belief that ,
fov. 29.—Two bod i |);ul ,;ropared for the crash months'
it Highland Point | ahettll bw.„mes stronger.
'Gillett must have taken hundreds of i
SCHOONER KEELS HER ENO,
he from the Port
A CREW R ESC I ED A FT El
land have la-en 'brought here
of a well dressed man. Tin
One is that
-thousands with him," said a prominent
member of one of tho caught commis-
of a woman, with only shoes m|j,sion firms today. "It was at first
nnd stockings on.
me killed himself.
" ' ! TWENTY-SEVEN PERSONS I1ROUHT
ilOMIO l'KOM ALASKA.
nt the time. The captain, Charles F.
Dyer, lashed his father. C. G. Oyer, who
acted as steward, to the mast. For IS
hours they wore exposed thus before as-
sistance arrived. When tho Wood island
crew made their succ
ram" within hailing di
Port Townsend. Wn„ Nov. 29.—The
steamship Cottage City, from Alaska, re-
ports the wreck of the steamer Detroit
ful launch nn.l ™ Shelter island, twenty mllex from Ju-
nee of tho Mott neau. The Detroit had twenty-seven pas | bright and well educated. He believed
GEN. BUTLERS CONFERENCE.
HE GIVES OUT A SMART INTER-
Washingto, ..ov, 29—Major Genera
M. C. Butler had another conference
with the president today concerning
affairs in Cuba. In an interview he
"Since the American commissioners
have been in Havana about 20,000 sol-
diers ha' .- been stnt back to Spain
Thirty two transport# will soon arrlv •
there and take away from " 0,000 to 60,
000 more. The remainder will depart
about the first of January or soon af-
General Butler said that nobody
•ould aproximate the time when this
country could turn things over to the
Cubans He had found the Cuban*
supposed that, finding himself in strait
for the first time, Gillett had
thrown up everything and left penniless.
But we know now that he owed a million
and a half dollars and we cannot find
where lie Invested or spent mop- than
half that sum."
There is a scramble at tho stock yards
for every train load of Gillett cattle shlp-
hile giving ped in from his Won.TV ranch. Thro
>ok :t Win- train loads of his cattle arrived toda\.
New York. Nov. 2!
and seven men reset.
D. K. Baker, which
simply j "nking condition, v
tonight. The schoon
, eston, S. « Nov.,
Watertown.. N. Y.. Nov., 29—Fie l
W. Ganter the champion bicycle rider
of northern >*-w York, killed himself
at his home in Patellia today. Ganter s
wife died this morning
birth to a child. Ganter
chester rifle and went to the room Tjie National Rank of Commerce K« t 20
where his wifes remains had been laid cars, Rice Bros. £ Nixon, of Chicago. 27
out and shot himself. Death was install oars and another train load w is eunslgn-
taneous. Ganter was 22 years
had been married a year.
id and to half a dozen
k pure grape cream of tartar powder
CAST ON AN ISLAND.
I AMER COTTAGE CITY
Captain Dyer said, "i can hold on nave sentero,
ttv crew. M> f.-.thor is frozen to death accident
at tlio tuajtL Do net wait, to cut his toodv j term November
of wbom were saved. The that many Spaniards would soon Join
urred during u heavy snow | with the Cubans and take part in the
(of the island
The schooner sprung
water logged and at 11 a. m. on Sunday
: turned on her beam ends. All hands
' climbed on tho side of the hull, and after
"0 minutes the mlzzen mast broke off close
to the deck. The vessel then righted
again, after the deck load of lumber was
washed off. All bands returned to tho
deck again. Everything had been wash-
! ed ffo and all the food and fresh water
I and the small boats Iom. The vssel was
i then 120 miles south of Sandy Hook.
| On Monday at 4:30 p. m. the steamer
j Falka from rhiladelphla came alongside
I and took off a'i hands and tran feirel
I them •' the pilot lio.it Hermai
J and this afternoon they were ags
! ferred to the tug Scandianv
brought to this city.
Chicago.. N.'\\, ?9—An attempt
bri ik up the innual meeting «>f the
Eighteenth ward repubulcan elu'j at
Bricklayers hall at Peoria and West
Monroe street this evening, resulted in
the d nth <>f one of the attacking: par'jr
nnd the wounding several of thos
who participated in the light.
CHARLES LATTIMEK, a biick'ay-
er, Instantly killed.
MILL IA M MALONEY. policeman nt
the Desplalnes street station, shot in
both arms and in the side, will recover
JOHN W. LANDERS, laborer, finger
JOHN PRINCE, janitor of the build-
ing, shot in the left leg, serious.
Tin- dub held its annual election to-
niKht and there was much rivalry be-
tween factions headed by Coroner Bers
and John Rogers, an ex-member of tl:«J
city council, over the offices.
Tho Berz faction gained possession
of Bricklayers hall. Rogers faction mot
in another hall and marched in a body
to Bricklayers hull. The greater num-
ber of them remained in the street but ,
"Butch Smith. Frank Matuskn. Wil-
liam Haynes, George Callahan and a
few others entered the hall.
Stories differ as to what followed, but
the members of the Berz faction in Cie
lonvllle 4-41 hall and the two police officers who
red >K j>or were stationed at the door assert that
f bleached tj„. men „f the faction came noisily up
tn of lute, the stairs having revolvers in their
hands, nffh : Mahoney commanded
them t.. halt but they paid no attention
to him and just as they reached the
door, someone fired a shot. Instantly
pistols were drawn on every side and
the firing was promiscuous Coroner
Berz was ..no of the first to fire when
the trouble started. Almost at the first
shot 1 ..ittimer threw up his hands and
rolled down the stairway dead.
His companions continued the light
only a short time and then they fled
down the stairway. At the first shot a
crowd of the Berz faction came pour-
ing from the hall intent upon atacking
the intruders, but the fight was over
In an instant and the Roger sympa-
thizers were gone
The story told by the Rogers CPftWal
is that Luttimer knocked on the door
and demanded admission. He attempt-
ed to force his way in, was .-hot down
and the fight followed.
A wagon load "f officers w re quick-
ly .it the door. .tm ii'r from Desplalnes
street station, which is only a short
distance away Details were promptly
sent after the I
Rogers party, bt
of them had bef
Prince, the jan
rest, it being chi
nived at the at tack.
however, that he
in the leg. he was
Capt. S. S. Hewitt
from the schooner
as abandoned in a
e brought to Port
sailed from Chari-
m--mbers of the
• midnight none
.11, 1 ailed the
thout further disturb-
highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair
I Seattle Wash, Nov., 29—The steamer .
Cottage City from Alaska brings news I
of the wreck of the steamer Detroit mi ■
Shelter Island. Her crew and passen- j
,gers numbeing 27 wee saved. Tho Do- i
i trol't ran between Jamaica and Daines (
! While making her regular run last ! gin
I Thanksgiving day she struck a reef j house of the
on Shelter island The weather was ter- J features of th
• ribly thick, a heavy snow storm rag- | ing addrss of
ing. The rock tore great holes In her
[and her engines pounded themselves
a convention of mechanics
JAN I ZED T'
k pi a
New York., Nov., 29 The openin;
session of the annual meeting of th.
American Society of Mechanical <n
tonight at th
S'ew York Society. Th'
evening were the open
President Charles Wal
I lace Hunt of this city. The first l-usi
I ness session of tho convention win I
endeavoring to drag her from j held tomorrow morning
rdi ■ r,
her rock-bound position. The water
j ports will be rec -ived from the v i > 1
• «•. veral
rni- i- n before promul-
poured through and had it not been J committees
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