The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 174, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 10, 1900 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL: SATOWDAY MORNING, NOVUM14KIt 10, 10011.
Republicans Will Have 49 Sen-
ators, 5 in Doubt, and 203
■WASHINGTON, NOV. 9.-The next
next aennte. assuming that the state log
Is I at u res will tfulflll their duty and
choose senators to represent their stati
will stand. on tho b;is|s of yeaUrday .
election, forty-ailne republicans, twenty-
seven democrat and nlno Independents
with tho legislatures In doubt In three
#tates, with tho privilege of electing five
senators at thfcs time. Tho legislatures
In doubt are Delaware and Nebraska,
In each of which .datea two senators are
to bo chosen, ajnd Idaho. <with one sen*-,
torlal chair to bo Helled.
Among those classed In the (Indepon
dont column ana Senators Stewart, of
(Nevada, and Kyte>. of South Dakota, who
In the last congress acted with the re
publicans on all party nuittcra; Turner,
of Washington, «nd Harris, of Kansas!
who acted with tho democrats, and Wel-
lington, of Maryland
The representation bystates should be
Name. Rep. Dem. ind
A lab i ma £....
California .... ....
Mlssiaai ppl ...
(New HaJjipahJre ..
l^snnsylvtuila .. 2
Rhode Island 2 ..
South Oroltna ... i
South Dakota .JL ...... 1 .. l
Tanncssee.. .. 2
Texas ... 2
Utato « 1 1 .
Vermont .... 2 .. ..
Virginia 1 .
Washington * 1 .. 1
Went Virginia .« 2
•Wlsoooaln 2 ..
Totals 49 27 8
•Doubtful, two senators to be elected.
"Oouftltful, on© senator to bo elected.
THE TURNOF LIFE.
The Most Important Period in a
Woman's Existence.—Mrs. John-
son Tells How She Was Helped
Over the Trying Time.
*>3HEFtTBLTCAJ*S. 147 DFTMCVCRAT3
AN1> 7 POPULISTS.
WASHINGTON. NOV. 9.—The re-
turns Indicate the complexion of tho
best "bouse to be as follows:
IJTATE8. It. £D. P.
Alabama 9 ....
Arkansas 6 ....
California .... 6 1 ....
Connecticut 4 .... «...
Florida .... 2 ...
'Georgia ..v..<« .... 11 ....
Illinois 13 10 ...^
Indiana 9 4
Kanrw S ....
Kentucky 3 8 ...s
Placed Under Control of the
Secretary of the Interior-
WASHINGTON. NOV. 9.-The presi-
dent has issued an order placing under
the control of the secretary of the in-
terior, for disposition under the law, all
of the land included within the limits
of the military reservations of Fort
Shrerman, Idaho, reserved under pre-
vious executive orders. The land in
question is situated on, the Couer D'Al-
ene lake at the outlet of tho Spokane
river, In Kootenai county, Idaho, com-
prising ia all nearly MM acres.
Owing to modern methods of living, cwi-t one woman in a thousand ap-
proaches this perfectly natural change witliout experiencing a train of very
annoying, and sometimes painful symptom*.
Those dreadful hot flashes, sending the b lood surging to the heart until it
BCCj?*ir8* hurst, and the faint feeling tjaat follows, sometimes with chills,
as if the heart were going to stop for good, are-only a few of the symptoms of
a dangerous nervous trouble. The nerves a re crying out for assistance. The
cry should be .heeded in time. Lydia E. Pi nkham's Vegetable Compound was
prepared to meet the needw of woman's system at this tryingperiod of her life.
*,,Tlleitrec ,0,l0w,n* letters are guararitcad to be/genuine and true, and
still further prove what a great mcdicir e Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compaund ia for women.
^ .. Mar. 12,1897.
Dkab Mrs. Pinkhiu I have been« sick for a long time. I was taken
sick with flooding. All my trouble seemed to be in the Womb. I ache all the
time at the lower part of the womb. The doctor says the womb is covered
with ulcers. I suffer with a pain on the h *ft side of my back over tho kidney.
I am fifty yoars old and passing through ti ie change of life. Please advise me
what to do to get relief. Would like to he ar from you as soon as possible."—
Mas. CiiAELOTTK Johnson, Monclova, Ohio.
..rv Jan. 23, 1898.
m y have been taking your remedies, and ,think they-have helped me a great
deal. I bad been in bed for ten weeks when 1 began taking your Vegetable
Compound, bat after using It for a short tim«\ I was sble to be up around the
house. The aching ia the lower part of w Wb has left me. The most that
troubles me now ia the flowing. That is mot so bad, but still there is a little
evenr day. I am not discouraged ye,I, and shall continue with your medicine,
for I believe it will cure mc."—Mas. CuABLonaciJoM>soN, Mqnclova.Ohio.
April 18, 1900.
" I send you this letter to publish for thebeneflt of*others. I was sick for
about nine years so that I oould not do my work. For three months I could
not sit up long enough to have my bed made. I had five different doctors, and
all said there was nO help for rue. My trouble was chsi e of life. I suffered
with ulceration Of the wOmb, pain in sides, kidney and stomach trouble, back-
ache, headache, and diasinesa. I am wall aud strong, and feel like a new
person. Mv recovery ia a perfect surprise to everybody tf t knew me. I owe
all to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I wpuld not do without
your medietas far amrihing. There ia no need of women suffering so much if
they would take yoiu* remedies, for they are a sure cure/'—Mna. Chaalotts
Johnson, Monclova, Ohio.
When ono stops tx> think about the good Mrs. Johnson derived from Mrs.
Pinkham's advice and medicine, it seems almost beyond belief ; yet it is all
truo as btat'vi in her three letters published above at her own request.
As s matter at positive fact Mrs. Pinkham has on file thousands of
letters from women who have bet-u safely carried through that danger period
"Change of Life." Mrs. Johnson's cure is not an unusual one for Mrs. Pink-
ham's medicine to accomplish.'
_Vf?Naticaai City Baak of Lyna, $5000,
will eli will be paid to any wkooau dud thai tk* above tasettaonial tatters
~~ " -...un-w-A before
ol zonula®, or were published before obtalntag tbo writVr's Rpeciar*Mr-
K. I'D. CHAM MKMcINfc CO.
North Carolina ..
NortK Dakota ....
Rhode Island ....
South Carolina ...
uth Dakota —
,'est Virginia ....
CHOCTAW CITY ROBBER CAUGHT
BY DEPUTY SHERIFF ARM-
OKLAHOMA CITY. O. T., NOV. !>. -
(Special^)—Deputy Sheriff Armstrong re-
ceived a <telephono message yesterday
about 3 o'clock from Harrah staling that
a man answerln* the description of the
Choctaw City robber was in the citv.
The deputy sheriff accompanied by Mi-
Teller, of the C. O and G. and one of
the road detectives, went to Harrah at
once, located their man in a saloon, and
after a desperate resistance captured
John Horton is the name the man gm-s
and he has all the appearance of %
hardened criminal. He admits assault-
ing tho agent, tit tells a tale about win-
ning the money in a name of carJs. Re-
ports from Choctaw City last night state
that the agent is still unconscious ord
grave doubts for 'his recovery arj enter-
John Horton, the self-admitted Choc-
taw City robber, was given a prelimi-
nary hearing in the probato court room
yesterday before 5udge Jones. Not be-
ing able to give a $1,000 bond, was re-
turned to Jail and another hearing set
for the 17th when the condition of his
victim will be better known.
Horton put up a bold front and his
every feature and action is that of a
desperate criminal. He claims to have
been a sailor and does not deny being
a Jailbird. a fine watch and chain
found in his possession are In the hands
of the sheriff and are no doubt stolen
On being searched at the Jail, the only
identification matter found' on him was a
note which read as follows*. "•Born,
July 29, 1866. Got drunk July 29, 1877, and
been drunk ever since."
Signed: "A GOOD WAGON."
Deputy Sheriff Armstrong is convinced
that he is wanted in the east and will
•end out papers describing the prisoner
In the hopes tfeoit more of his history
can be locted.
NO CHANGE TO OCCUR IN HAND-
LING CHINESE SITUATION.
WASHINGTON. NOVEMBER D —
Two of the three hours that
session lasted were occupied in a dis-
cussion of foreign affairs, necessitate!
in part by the fact that I he president
intends to exhaustively treat this sub
Ject In his forthcoming message lo
congress. Reference was made to the
expressions in portions of the Euro-
pean press that the United States pol-
icy regarding China would undergo
marked change immediately after the
It is authoratatlvely announced that,
after a most exhaustive review of ths
every step of the Chinese difficulty,
from its inception to the present mom-
ent, delivered by Secretary Hay. the
cabinet ratified every detail, and more-
over unanimously expressed its judg-
ment that the policy so far pursu- 1
should be continued without change
to Its logical conclusion. According y
the present legation guard nt Pekln
will be maintained nnd sucn troops
are yet to remain to be withdrawn in
accordance to the original program
will be shipped lo Manila.
With this addition to his force, Gen-
eral McArthur is expected to renew
the campaign against the rebellion*
Filipinos with the greatest enerrv.
Administration officials here think thac
as soon as th result of the election
becomes known throughout the Phil-
ippines the resistance to the authority
of he United States wil be over-
never sent it.
GOVERNOR-ELECT O'DELL DID NOT
NEW YORK, NOV. 9.—Governor-Elect
Ode 11 came to this city tonight and when
asked' about the telegram said to have
been by him to Govornor Roosevelt to
suppress the answer of Mayor Van Wycfc
to the "Ice trust" charges said:
"That alleged telegram is signed *B. B.
Odell,' that is not my name. I never
sign my name in any other way but
B. B. Odell, Jr.' My father's name is
B. B. Odell. I asked my father if he
has sent such a telegram and he said he
had not. 1 do not know of any other
B. B. Odell.
"Everyone who knows me knows that
all my earnest efforts were put forward
for he elecion of McKlnley and Roose-
velt . If I knew any way to add GO
votes to McKJnley and Roosevelt I would
do it. Even if I had sent that telegram,
what does It amount to? 1 have had an
Investigation made in this office (state
headquarters), but no record has bo n
found of any such communication to
Governor Roosevelt while he was in Crip-
COME people can't un-
derstand why Pe-ru-
na, being a catarrhal rem-
BRYAN'S MAJORITY IS APPROXI-
ATLANTA, OA., NOV. 9.—Unofficial
returns from the counties of Georgia
shoiw that Bryan's majority will be ap-
proximately 46,000. Nine counties went
republican, Polk county giving a major-
ity of 629 for McKlnley. Five counties
•which have not been heard froip gave
republicans a majority in 1896 and are
counted in the republican column in this
election. Murray county was a tie giv-
ing McKlnley 316 votes and Bryan the.
0ui>4| number. The democratic vote
was the lightest cast in the state in
Holdenville People Say That
Frisco Contractors Held
Them up for $10,000.
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
/betsrnts in fite most acccpf*bfcfarm
the J,TTMtire principles of plants
A tt own to met most besic fiuaJ/y.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE - MANFD. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYfxUPCQ
SAN FHANCIJCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE , NY. KE W YORK. N.Y.
for m*/ by drugfuts - price 50* per bortfm.
BRYAN'S MAJORITY 40.000-DOCK-
ERY S a>.i)00.
ST., LOUIS, NOV. 9 - Returns from 110
counties out of u4 in the .fitite indicate
'hat Bryan's plurality will be between
40,000 and 4R.OOO, as compared with M.727
in Iffw. Dockery, democrat, forfover-
nor, will receive between 3&.0U0 and 32.-
000 plurality. a <tnnpar%l with w.43s re-
ceived by Stephens in 13W.
The total vote in Mlssiuri Is estimated
as follows: Bryan S70.000; MoKlnley
The fact that there was no fusion In
Missouri between tho democrats and
populists this year accounts to a great
extent of the democratic losses.
south mcalester, i. t . nov. 9 —
(Special.)—The contractors who built the
j extension of tho Frisco railroad from
j Sapulpa through Holdenville have been
! sued by tho residents of that town for
obtaining tho sum ot tlO.OOty its a bonua^
by fraud and misrperesontatlims. As the
survey of the road approaohud Holden-
ville, It iwas given out that tho Setui-
noles had offered a largo bonus to bring
the route through Wewoka, missing
Holdenville aivd under the stress of this
fear the SIO.OOO was rnised and check
given to the contractors for that amount.
Now the suit Is to attempt to prevent
the payment of this money, if nut paid,
and to recover same if paid. The Fris-
co is charged with at least countenan-
cing tho scheme, if not participating in
' / .
found guilty of criminal
negligence—LET CHILD DIE.
ROY ALTON, MINN . NOV. 9 —A
child of 'Mrs. Alice Thramer, a divine I
healer of Anoka. -Minnesota, visiting
here, having died, the coroner'f Jury 1
found her and Mrs. J. 1*. Thranier and , «
B. W. Branner guilty of criminal neg- '
KANSAS WILL BE REPRESENTED
li V EIGHT REPUBLICANS.
TOPLiKA, KAN. NOV. 9.—Republicans
now oWlin the election of G. W Wheat y
to congress from the third d strict by
a plurality of ten, without ths vote ot
soldiers now serving in the Philippines,
whioh they say will be largely for him.
Tills gives tho republican .* a solid
delegation In congress as follows:
At Is rice— Charles If. Soot*.
First district—Charies Curtly re-elect-
ond district—J. D. Bowers,>ck, re-
Tlklrcl district—G. W. Whoatley, elect-
Fourth district—J. M. Miller re-H«ct-
Fifth dUtriot—W. a. Ca'.dorhoad, re.
Sixth flistrlct—W. a. Recdor, reelect-
WILL SAIL iFOR NEW YORK NEXT
relnforiements from reaching them.
French dramatic company, headed by
Mme. Bernhardt and M. Coqueiin, who
had expected to leave for New York
this evening to begin the company's
American tour at the Garden Theatre
in that cKy. have been delayed In con-
sequence of an accident to the steamer
but they will leave Havre next Monday
quarrel over rent.
LANDLORD SHOOTS HIS TENANT
NEAR ARDMORE, I. T.
ARDMORE. I. tTnOV. 9.-(Special.)-
Lon Polk yesterday shot his tenant
named Day. Polk went to Day's house
to collect rent. A quarrel ensued wilth
the above result. The killing occurred
at Regan, thirty miles east of here.
At a negro dance near Springer last
night a row was started over a crap
game In which Ilense Johnson phot and
killed another negro named Rivers.
The Best ('rescriptio n for Malaria
Chills and Fever ia a bottle or Grove s
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure
—no pay. Price 50c.
as well as stomacli disorders and con-
gestion of any nature.
This is why. Each of these dis-
eases called by its proper name is ca-
tarrh, or inflammation of the organ
affected — and Pe-ru-na is a rem-
edy for catarrh in any part of the
body. That's all. It
is very simple when
you think of the deli-
cate membrane which
lines the entire body
and how easy it is for
this membrane to be-
come inflamed, weakened
and sore, and how easy
it is for Pe-ru-na to reach
and cure it. It has been
used successfully for 40
years, and it Is the one true cure for all such troubles. If you
keep Pe-ru-na on hand this winter, you will not need the doctor.
"Lectures on Chronic Catarrh," is a complete
treatise on catarrhal diseases. It treats of every
phase and variety of summer catarrh, winter catarrh,
and the catarrhal affections peculiar to women.
This book contains ninety-five pages, is instructively
illustrated, and will be found very useful in the fam-
ily. Sent free to any address by The Peruna Medi-
cine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
BOGUS GHEBOKfcE WARRANTS.
BETTER THAN THE KNIFE.
pyramid PILE cure CURBS PILES
QUICKLY. PAINLESSLY. WITH-
People go along for years, suffering
with piles. They try this and that and
the other thing. Tram carrying a buck-
eye to getting treatment from a physi-
cian. They obtain temporary relief,
maybe, but they art never quito cured.
A little strain In (iiifting, excessive fat-
igue, a little constipation, or a little
diarrhoea and tho piles come baok. They
don't seem to amount to much, but
they bani*h sleep and «pp tite. No po-
sition is comfortalblst There is intense
looal pain and that dreadful agonising
feeling of weight in the perinvum.
Maybe In the early stages some of
the many salves on sale will afford tem-
porary relief. If the case is of lung
standing there Is ortly vne speedy and
surw remedy. It la Pyramid Pile Cure.
Even In light . ases It is the Barest
thing to use. other aj*pllea.llyns may
cure and may not. Pyramid Pile Cure Is
always certain, always reliable, always
(brings comfort at once. It's prompt use
sav^s months of severe suffering in ex-
treme cas<*s it will save surgical opera-
tions au4 their attendant dangers and
discomfoats. It Is better than a knife.
Will cure easier, quicker and safrr.
Thousands havo usod It. Thousands
have b*M«i oured by It., The ooet Is
trifling compared with what tt dot*. The
pric* Is one dollar. Most anybody would
g adly pay ten dollars to be rid of piles.
Druggists sell Pyramid Pile Cure. If
your'H hasn't it, ho will get it for you
from tho Pyramid Drug Co., Marshall,
Mich, sole manufactures.
INVESTIGATION SHOWS THAT $101,-
000 OF THEM ARE AFIvOAT.
TAHLEQUAH, I. T.4 NOV. 9.-(Spe-
cial.)—A special committee composed of
C. V, Rogers and W. O. Brut en and
Special Agent Zeverly .today filed a re-
port of their investigation uf the sl'eged
irregularities of the Cherokee auditor s
office. The report hoiws, It is said, that
1194,000 in iraudulent national warrants
have been issued aud are afloat.
REPORT DEtAJyS IN LARGE SUMS OF
WASHINGTON, NOV. 9—The annual
report of Paymaster General Kenny of
the navy, deals in large figures. Ho
shows that last year he spent $10,659,000
on account of construction and purcha*®. J
of ships, $3,933,000 for repairs to ships; l
$U,151.000 to k -ep shjps In command, In- |
eluding pay $1,589,000 for the marine !
corps and $5C,983 for the naval militia. |
The pajtmaster general says that the
naval store house at Cavlte has pro td
of great value as a supply base, and I
the bureau intends to meet the demands
of the fleet for supplies t
ing on the station* as far
Scrub Oak -Country is Being
Settled by Dusky
The refrigerator ships have been em-
ployed with the most satisfactory re-
sults and have been a veritable boon
to tho men.
The paymaster general makes an ur-
gent plea for the creation of Inspection
division in this office to look after the
various yards and stations.
BRAZIL, IND.. NOV. 9.—Safe blow-
ers entered the Co-operatlv** Mercantile
store at Harmoly last night, and with
dynamite tore the heavy safe In four
TO ri'RK, A COM! IX o<VR HAY
Taks Laxative Brom Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it falls quarters, and then looted It of $r> 000
io cu e. e w. Grove s signature is on j In currency.
tach box. 26c.
"WELLSTON, O. T„ NOV. 9.-(Speclal.)
—This city is situated in Lincoln county,
hout cail- ! on,y a few m,les from the line of Logan
possible. ! end Oklahoma counties. It is in ths
] ncrub oak country, which is said to""be
the best cotton land after being cleared.
A great many negroes havo homes In
; that part of three counties, and now It
Is announced that three hundred negroes
havo formed a colony near here and
! have purchased 1,000 acres of land, which
■will bo divided Into small cotton patches,
j 'I lie lirst contingent of 160 negroes
from Grimes county, Texas, arrived
here this week, while as many more are
on the road. They wOl build
cabins and put in the winter clearing
j up the laud,
SOUTHERLAND S MAJORITY RE-
DUCED TO SIX HUNDRED.
SALT LAKE. UTAH, NOV. 9—Latest
returns rfom the latate show that Kon-
gal (dern.) for congress ie running aluiad
of his ticket. Soutlierland's majority
has boon cut down to 600 or 600. The
returns are now almost complete.
SALT LAKE. UTAH. NOV. 9.—The re-
turns from the stato which are now
practically complete, reduce the majorty
of Southerland, republican over King,
democrat for congress to le s than 00
The return* show that King ran con-
siderable .Viead of the balance of the
oil PRICES lower.
CRUDE OIL DBCIJNE 2 CENTS PER
BARREL AT LIMA.
LIMA, O. NOV. 9—The price of Lima,
crde oil declined 2 oents per barrel today.
The large producing wells drlllel In West
Virginia flold within the la.st f -w weeks
are auld to be the cauae of ttho reduc-
tion. North Lima oil is now quoted at
60 and Suuth Lima and Jndlana at 75
RESTING EASILY AND IS FREE
ST. PAUL, MINN.. NOV. 9 —Senator
Davis has luissed a comfortable day.
slept sovoral hours and has been
free from pain. The temperature this>
^evening ia 99 and j^lse 110,
\ Wrur.^ \
Yes. the s&mo
that brightens your silver and cu «!&■■ will . loan th*
Kitchen Crockery. Cold Dust Is o. dirt destroyer,
nothing more. It never harms the article It comes In
cont&cl with. It simply m&kes It clean. For grontest
economy buy the large package.
The N* K. Fairbank Company,
Chicago, St. Xsouia. New Yoik, Boaton.
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