The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 150, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1899 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKXATTOVr \ iTVrG CAPir vf/ PilUR-iD VY MORV1NO, OC HIRE ft :i0. 1 £99,
The State Capital.
FRANK H. UKEEtf, Editor.
W All HIIITIM.. | ,, ,.r .
After all the books of travelers th•• I i roi .:bly lit f . j \
"^" * 1,11 climate of South Africa is nut gener- i itia, wp shall ha\< a total
By the State Capital Printing Co. j ally understood. In view of the present. 'men. Tin- • am y < av.i ry
-n 1— n iii mi ii I it iff especially Interesting. In | v« 1 ui tA-.-x- artillery, lighthouse, engli
most countries a heavy ram would be leers and riflemen would still remain n.
an olratacle to military operations, but to be drawn upon < nstltuting not far | ')
a writer In the New York Tribune telle Irom ilSrtvitO men ()
us that in South Africa .. is nee .saary These figures .i: • by no means 1m- j ()
j to them, so that tihe horse may ha\. pre.*- ve. c«>mp..r. ..5 with those which j Q
ill 1.75 food and both the horses and men may mlyht be exhibited in Russia, Germany !
to 1 have drink. The Boors huv>* ao com- France, but th ;y colossal when
Sl'Urt Miil'Ti' '.V
Ono year, by mail
Daily, six months
Dally, three month# by mall
Daily, one month fry mail
One week. Oy ■ .trrier 10 J inlssarUt system for their «hwiT s, but «'• •>"! . d v. f .i which the \
^ kly, one j r a«i )
Weekly, *1* months ^.literally make them live on the coua- two i • ,-ubli. , ,uid put in the
No daily subscriptions taken for three, j try. While the army halts for a night. fi«-M. It is true that the tr<«..ps placed
six or twelve months in towns where j;he horses are turned loose to forage by ti- Transvaal and the Orang • Free
J for themselves, each having ono front Stat'- *n Natal 'ti tht one hand and n
- * - f'iot Lightly strapped up to prevent his Beehuuna Land on the other are, ap-
8wilmining j running away. Now at th s time uly parently in the aggregate, n><l far from
spring—-the plain or veldt is almost 40,000, but the < include.H a number of
banren. There has been l/ut little ra"n Hollander, Germa l, Ir. -h and French
during the winter. The grass is dead L'itiand- .-rs, who in spite of their alleged
and the water courses dry. Hut n that ' gri'-vanc
of every descrip-
tion ani in large
quantities and at
prices that will
save you money.
It will pay you to go half dozen blocks to
see us. Convince yo jrse'f.
To Cornor of
we have the carrier system.
Guthrie Carnival had
•time yesterday .
Sir Thomas Lipton finds out that
there are defeat# in peace as well as
Kansas should n v. income angry
because Funston snubbed ;is coosldn-
1 <ation for office.
Expert investigation shews (that what
the Arthur Pue Gorman bumu needs is
a modus vivendi and a gas engine.
The weather yesterday may not have
been good for tihe flower parade but it
will make flowers bloom in the spring
Nearly -all tin* weather guessers are
predicting a long and very cold winter.
As a rule th's is a sign ef a mild
It will bo interesting to -watch and
6ee what kind of game Gen. Miles fuc-
ceeds hii bagging betfi.re he returns from
(hie hunting trip.
All efforts to form a turkey trust in
Chicago have failed, and deservedly.
Tho organizers of tihe scheme simply states that lie between <he Mississippi
marvelous climate and on that respon-
sive soil a few days of rain would
fill the streams and oo>ver the land wl'.h
The winter is there the dry season
and the summer the rainy season,
though excepting near the coast the
rainfall of ihe whole year is rather
scanty. Throughout most of the Trans-
vaal the midwinter months of July and
August are practically rainless .the fall
amounting to only a small fraction of
an Inch. September, too, is unusually
dry. Hut with the advance of spring,
in October and November, the rainfall
rapidly increases, and when, after
Christmas, summer sets in there is a
'copious supply of from four to six
Inches per month. In the whole year
about "tie day to six is rainy. Ther
are, of txjurs*. ^wrae regions which are
practically arid. Hut on the whole the
country Is as well off for water as our
nviamited t.o gobble tilings.
With regard to the Transvaal con-
flict, tf. ondon dispatches solemnly un-
aiounce tlrat "rumor® ore flying." That
ts a way that rumors have.
Germany coyly admits that she would
ar *ept the Samnon islands, If they were
offr-red to her. The German rule as to
this affair As: Anything to oblige.
1 -Mr. Bryan has been atiU-nd'i'ivg to oth-
* or people's busin- s.-t and has forgotten
I his own. Nebraska needs more democ-
i racy than either Ohio or Kentucky.
T'nele Horace Boies, of Iowa, is out
T against "imperialism." He doesn't
know exactly what '\mj>erialism" is,
^ but he evidently suspects it is some
new variety of potato bug.
AWo Journalists in various pads of
the country are already wilting the
President's message for him. It is un-
derstood, however, that the President
reserves tfhe right to revise their copy.
0 It is reported in Cohwiudo that Sena-
c tor Teller will soon glide over to the
c democratic party. He hn^ been moving
p in that direction by easy stages for th*
v last three yours and has only (me more
1 short lap to go.
■ Ex-Gov. Hopg, of Texas, nppears to
become a v *ciferous expansion st, with-
out even asking the add or consent of
® 'William Jftnnlngs Hryan. Mr. Hogg
has evidently violated his instruction*
In this mattor.
Poe sibly the Ohio republicans an*
frightened as some rep«>rts declare.
They are evidently Just yo badly fright-
ened that they will sail in and give the
donuM-racy an old fa^loned thrashing,
cm the American plan.
*Y>r laughing in a Chicago court
* the other day. during a criminal
a young woman -wtts sentenced
'mprisonnient in jail for two hours.
The Judge who "impos.^l that penalty
must be awfully overstocked with Ju-
Ituswio 1s die^«itisfled with Ihe ar-
rangement under whi *h American Con-
sul in fcouth Africa itre to represent
British interests during the present
Pow.bly Huss u regr«;s that slie
dud n' t have to offer he rown s<-rvices
>in 'this matter.
and the Itocky mountains. What it
needs budly is a comprehensive systt in
of wtater storage and irrigation, but
that is Impossible under the present
government which would consider it
bJaisphemous in the highest degree.
The •temperature of the Transvaal,
and Orange Free State s moderate and
agreeable. The climate is classed as
sub-tropieal though purt of the Trans-
vaal Ilea within «ttie tropic zone. If cor-
responds 1n latitude with the central
port of Australia, the northern part of
Argentine. Florida, Texas and Mexico.
Owing prolwbly to the elevation above
the sea, the temperature is more equa-
ble and presents less marked extremes
than that of other countries in the
southern hemisphere. The burning heat
of Australia is ankmnvni in th • Trans-
vaal. January is the hottest month and I Uritain would be naval and not mili-
average temperature is 74 degrees, | Iary except on the frontier of India,
one half degree more than the ; still ,it does no harm to let Russia
Ihe Ea&le I>rti£ Store,
Edward Nichols, Prop.
I'lione \ iiiiiio'r M4j.
Barber Shop ■ ■■■
The Onlv First-Class One in the City. New Porcelain
Bath Tubs. New Fixtures.
Tltf MUSI EXPERl WORKMEN OBTAINABLE
JAfHES HII.L. Proerletor.
f (to- L flllUNGSUY. President
CHAS. £. BlUW&SLf 1. CMWlf
IlilO C. DOtCATfU. Ats't CaslUar.
have volunteered to flglit
against Great Bri'ta'n. No large rein-
forcements fr, r i the Transvaal or the
< range Free State can be looker for by
the Boer commanders of the attacking j
column, for, as we have previously
said, a certain proportion ot levies will
have to be kept at home for the main-
tenance of order among the aboriginies
und the necessity of such d< teniion is
emphasized by 4he rumors of uprisings
on the part of the Basutos, Swazls and
^ulus, although it Is, as yet uncertain
wh'ch side the natives will take.
When the army corps and the 25,000
reserves of the regular army which
have been called out, shall reach the
Cape these with the regular troops al-
ready there and the Anglo-American
contingent expected, will give Sir Red-
vers Puller a force nearly double that
at the disposal of the Boer command-
ed. In his turn, however, he may be
constrained to detach a considerable
part of h!s army for garrison and police
duty im the Ctipc Colony and this de-
duction from his ostensible strength
will be greatly augmented should the
apprehended rising oc* ur among the
Afrikanders of that colony, who num-
ber some 300.000. The embodiment of
the mil tiu and the calling out of the
militia reserves in the United Kingdom
is, undoubtedly a measure of precau-
tion against th\at contingency. The
demonstration tan hardly be intended
for a warning to the European powers
not to intervene in England's quarrel,
for the Britiish militia have no terrors
for the vast standing armies of the
continent. Moreover in the event of an
anti-trust coalition on the part of Rus-
sia, France and S|«iin, which for reas-
ns formerly mentioned we deem im-
probable, their oi* rations against Great
F.LGOQ POISON !!
for over 25 yea s I have made SYPHILITIC BLOOD POISON and'
VtMRtU OlStAStS my persistent and i arefdl study anJ I offer to j
go br.fore any clinic or committee of physicians In Kansas City and
demonstrate my .ibiilly to cure SYPHILIS in 15 to 40 days, to stay
^ cured forever. Unlike othsr physlciais, I do not claim or attempt
to cure ail diseases that afflict the numan family, but confine my
study an practice to tne treatment of VENEREAL DIStASLS and
" -3/' SEXTUAL WEAKNESS OF MEM MO WOMEN,
Capitol National Bank
JOIICHS ACCOUNTS OF MldCltA'iTi
tAliMtUS AM) CUUPOUAIIOVS
C It ATTti.
L0«NS 10 FARMEHS A
A C Biiovr™. ¥ (iro. v nrr.t.ms«i.*T. "omrte. O.T.
Vv , b. STlLJla, Ciuth/la, O T. K*bd C. DoLCiTtt UntortA O- C-
Chas, F.. BlLI.IN08L Y. Oothrie. O. T.
rJONXORIIOEA, recently contracted, cured in 48 to GO hours IMPOT-
i:N<'Y, SPERMATORRHOEA, (night losses), VARICOCELE and STRICT-
URE are cured by the latest, most scientific and strictly up-to-date meth-
ods, and in shortest possible time.
CERTAINTY OF CURE is what you want—free treatment schemes, elec-
tric belts, patent medicines, never cure th.s elasj of diseases. If you have ]
tried them you know the results. I pu.trante.- t«. cttfe every case accepted L.%
for treatment and civi: a j.kcal CONTRACT IN WBIT1NG to patlentt 1 J,
to hold for my promises, and bank or comnn rciai references regarding my
Consultation free. WHITE-—Home treatment is satisfactory and strictly
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..TELEPHONE No. 20..
i and Spring" Drays
iven to mo\
Pianos and Safes
COOPER MEDICAL CO./Xii#cVtts,i
wrinkle in hair dressing she has her est town. At present there is not a
picture taken. building in town, everything being in
tents. White Rock is on its road over
It's no disgrace to work for a living and the arrival will greatly improve the
but the living some men get'for their'appearance of the town. The railroad
work is disgraceful. j grade is completed to that place.
J. B. Fairfield Coal
Delivered to all Parts
of the City.
Office and Yards:
506 Harrison Avenue>Opposite Santa Fe Depot.
Many man who knows nothing about
the tariff would go on a tariff if he
could stand the l«ur tender off.
If a man succeeds he attributes it to
his own endeavors, but if he fails he
attributes lit to the endeavors of oth-
The stock-raised sometimes finds It
difficult to mtfke both ends meet, but
the check-raiser is nearly always sure
of his board and lodging.
IIF.KM:4TIO\s of A IS\< II: i.oit
July "temperature of New
York. July is the coolewt month, with
an average rf 51) deprves or about four
degrees warmer than January In New
Orleans. The thermometer seldom riv *
above 90 degrees at any time or falls
below 2." degrees.
These conditions of climate added <■
the iir« duotlven "ss of the soil and the
pure and lmoyant qualities *>l the air,
mark the country as one eminently well
gutted to maintain a dense permanent
population and tend strongly to dis-
credit the theory that as soon us the
gold mines are worked out tlier w;ll
be a general exodus.
Sor^h African advices show thalt
Cecil Rhodes Is bottled up In the town
of Klmfcerlt y, whl« h he declared only
I'Jast \ I ik to b* u ife • • idllly "
D-oubt less Mr. Rhodes would now
cheerfully consent to change both his
opiinlon <tnd his address.
Twenty or thirty American soldiers
belonging to a.ro ll« ry batteries station-
ed at Honolulu have <b'f>crted and run
away to Manila in order to get up Into
1 he firing line. This is unuther remind-
er of how <ht young men of the coun-
try loaih th* present war.
Philadelphia 4s wondering what she
can do to entertsdn (Dewey when he
comes to visit her. The programme, n*
thus rfar arra7ig«*3, provides that he
shall be taken to seethe grave of Ren-
jiumlii il^nankJija atnl afterwttrxl permit-
ted to eli nub up tnOo ttia tower on ihe
City Hail* Other festivities will be
fHpcfcd upon iiu'.er.
HO I 111 AFHKAK 4 1-1 TI \TK.
The Doers wlM have to fight ulti-
mately the whole English ni"'4ary pow-
er. Pa«ilament has been advised by the
Queen's message tlvat she den rt s to
order the embodiment of the inilitia
And call out the mllitiu reserves. The
military rcsouices of Great Britain will 1
be Increased by this step mor<> than 50 ,
p« r cent., and will plnx« her on a foot- j,na
lng such as she has not occupied since ri
the war against Napoleon, when «h< the
had at one time under the colors, more
than 600,000 men, although there *« re
only about 30,000 British subjects in the
army under Wellington at "Waterloo.
According to the official reports plac-
ed on file at our war department In
December 1896 the active army of (Ire.,t
RnStaln consists of 219,000 oftlc. is and
men. Alx ut a third of these are s. rv-
ing In India; some 90,000 have been
hitherto retained in the Rr ti-h I lis,
•including the Channel inlands and tin-
rest are distributed among the colonies
and the military stations which are
scattered all over the world. The ti: t
sectb n of the pension 1 r. er\. s of
the regular army, which has t>- n al-
ready failed out, number rather less
know that, by calling out the militia
the British war office has placed itself
at liberty to despatch almost all the
regular soldiers, normally stationed in
the British islands, for service in India
or the Cape as occasion may require.
If the Boers possessed a seaport und
issued letters of marque, the sympathy
of foreign nations, w h'ch they undoubt-
edly command, might take tangible
form. As it is, they will have to face
without any cxt«anor assistance, ex-
cept what may be furnished by the'r
/Afrikander kinsmen, a resolute appli-
cation of the whole military power of
the British Empire. Under the ciroum-
stances they cannot hopu for ultimate
(From the Now York Press.)
Kvery man wants to fall in love.
Home want to get-marricd but they're
If the men kissed all around as the
•wormen do, half the time they would
bite each crther.
When you talk to some women you
you feel like you would have to claw
Tvie McPherson Republican states
that James Dsrrah, Jr . who used to be
c onnected with the Acme Milling Co.,
a; oklahoma. City has been sued for
$10,000 for alienating the affections of
the wife of Richard Roesoer. After
leaving that city, young Darrah worked
in a mill at Peabody a short time, but
fir. illy went upon one of his father's
farms twenty miles north of McPher-
son, where he was gettlna along well
until last year when a neighl>or, named
Richard Roesner .accused him of inti-
macy with his wife and chased the
young man over the country with a re-
volver. Darrah's friends checked Roos-
ner's thirst for blood by having him ar-
rested and placed under bond to K p
the peace, lie obeyed the order of the
court to keep the peace, bint he didn't
promise to let young Darrah off entire-
ly, hence the suit for damages.
The secret out at last. The Cimar-
ron News published at Kenton in the
west end of Beaver county, speaks
thusly of Beaver county's mining in-
J. W. McN'EAL.
W. J. HORSFALL
A .i. SJ5AY
Guthrie National Bank
Capital, $50,009.00 ^ Surplus, $10,000.00
Hrbt National Bank organized in Oklahoma.
Guthrie, - - . Oklahoma.
off the i
•utside, to see what they really terests
« II 14 \<-0 \ I W !S l*KO\ f it IIS.
Men t'alk about the cold tub they im
every morning the same way girls ta
about their "dressing rooms."
Things aren't what they used to Y
'most everybody can remember wh
their grndfalheirs used to eat syrup
< 1 olden
ipportunities do not always
The infant prodigy at 4 may be a fool
M'arriage brokers are responsible for
any u broken heart.
e upper hand
other hands a:
« usually known tc
What the fm
ise man know
thinks he knows
lie only thinks.
man who plays tb« game of pol-
itest does most of the deal ng.
* CXCHANfif GISTS J
B. T. Kvans of Newton is "prospect-
ing for w^ter" at Ponca City.
There is trouble between the Ponca
Oily and Tonkawa foot ball teams. The
j Tonkawa News jumps 01U0 the Pon-eas.
I The Hardesty Herald says cattle are
going 4nto Liberal fro n all ioiti^ . f
the compass, but nuunly from the south
and west Th's - the greatest shipping
i year In the history of that end of the
Society item in the Hardesty Herald:
Up and down the valleys and on the up-
lands, ran* htm n are weaning calves
and there Is a never-ending bawling
In progress The oi due of 1 -tt u-
calves run all winter with the cows has
about petered out.
• Carrlso mining camp Is a
llive place n<*w-a-dnys. Men of exper-
ience and men without experience are
thr*re hunting for rich copper lands.
For the last twelve years, miners have
hunted, prospected and worked to find
; metal in paying quantities. Its d stance
I from railroads has been against Its de-
' velopment. At this t«'me more capital
I ®s interested than has been at any pr^v-
ii« us t'me. More stable men have taken
hold and will spend their monev in
| thoroughly testing the leads and veins
! • hat ire known to exist artd we trust
l-hey will meet with success. Lamar
>e pie are already thinking of a trol-
ley line to thp camp via Springfield, a
vistance of eighty-five miles Tf the
. . inp g-ies it will he greatly to the ad-
.,•• • ,Ke of Kenton and the valley, as
v is T' u>a county and Lamer. Colo-
r:, i , The m!?ies are located twelve or
fifteen miles north of h^re."
Find Vrnmea llQtt«rflle«.
It is a cotumou experience among
mountain climbers to find butterflies
lying frozen on the snow, and so brit-
tle that they break unless they are
very carefully handled. Such frozen
butterflies on being taken to a warmer
climate recover themselves and fly
away. Six species of butterflies have
been found within a few hundred miles
of the North Pole.
Large Sample Room, Everything Up-toDate.
ti. G. MILLIKAN, Prop.
GUTHRIE, - - - OKLAHOMA.
Rales $2.00 Per Day.
Spec!nl Attention to tne Vrar*
:: K ii r. P U n H H.K I'
See Me First.
If you want to buy
man who struts
gobbler frs just ab
iroun 1 like a
ut as import- ; i
heir first g
thii.fi 40,000 and It Is doulvtful wh«^lier
more than 25,000 will 1h « 'nHi<lercd Pt
for esrvioa Kven less lit \r uld be th"
sec< iiU s(H)tion. For the data ' iating to
the militia ,the yeomanry . ivalry and
the volunteers, we mii-i ;:o h .ick • th
rt tum for 1877-Th The total number
til* militia at that time wa- 184,T.iK) i:.-n
and officers. At the same date, the y«« - j
manry cavalry mustered It.S.io auid th«
total munbsr of volunteers f*rovldcd
for In the army estimates \n*ls 174,241.
i If Wft adi in thu rt^uiux ariuy the pre-
Are most competent to appreciate the
purity, wcatnenH, und delicacy of (Ji'Ti-
« i a a Soai*, and to disc3wr new uses for
Its remarkable emollient, clean.drg, and
purifying properties derived from Cuti-
ci RA, tlie great sfcln cure, warrant itn u§o
ifi preserving, purifying, and lieautifylog
the comph'xion, hands, and hair, and iu
the form of washes and solutions for ulcer-
ative weaknesses, annoy ng irritations aud
Chafing*, as well as for many sanative pur-
poses which readily suggest themselves.
In many of the above conditions, gentlo
anointings with Ci ticijra, the g .• <t >kia
cure and purest of emollients, in addinuu,
v ill prove of u toui«hing beueht.
bolU titu. ithnutth*wor.«l Phtiii I>«r« iloCllK.
tOJUSwiUjb. •' ttMd lui c kin Secret!,'
. Moth tf • r
The call for a <
I-irdusty, it. i ver .
0th s at the Inst,i
I. The object the
e « ther than i>f
*re from dlfYcnert
i.ttiem« n s
unty on Novemb r
km? of leading oat-
nge outlined in lib
«>f is for no pur-
rfecting plans for
oys gat liert
In the terr
V Inst nlgl
The Tract* of Hung Koiiy.
The peculiarity of the Hong Kong
trade is that the consumption of im-
ports on the Island itself is so small, as
compared with the bulk of the trade,
that It can be stated that almost all
Imports are exported again. Hong
Kong has often been called a vast
bonded warehouse and clearing-house
for southern China and the surround-
at reasonabl prices on terms to suit purchaser.
Money to Loan °sVrar™at very Iow"
in. v• whit*- ir-
I and e very tlving i>
I seventeen miles
«iobut sixteen £n
moving The town i-
from Tonkawa and
iin Oarber, the near-
1.1((ti(las tli« Kfld Sea.
The lighting of the Red sea seems
at first to be a too practical infringe-
ment upon an ancient fairyland. But
Sir Thomas Sutherland and other
members of parliament Interested in
^tipping, are naturally anxious about
the progress of the lighthouses with
vhich the Porte promised to bejewel
the southern waters of the Red sea.
Churns Oparnted Irj Foot Ptmer,
Churns can be operated by the feet
by the use of a new mechanism In
which an upright frame carries a slld-
Irg head, to he attached to the dasher,
with springs to raise the head, a pair
of hinged pedals being attached to the
base to depress the dasher In the
in best companies.
Abstract of Title sdedciahy.veyanccs
H, H. Hagan,
Over Rank of Inillan Territory.
• H IM! r 11 U K X It* M*K If* XVV I
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