Guthrie Daily News. (Guthrie, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 1515, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 20, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
GUTHRIE NEWS. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, JUNE 20. 1894,
politics in georgia.
Vmn P. Howrll Think. Atklii.nu Will
III- (iovrriiur anil \V«l,li Senator.
New Vikk, June 1u. In an interview
.Major Evan 1'. Howell, proprietor and
editor-in-chief of the Atlanta Constitu-
"The indications point to the nomina-
tion of William Y. Atkinson, ex-speaker
of tile legislature, as the Democratic
candidate for governor. The campaign
which will follow the Democratic nom-
ination will be a hot one. Mr. Hines,
the Populist nominee, was perhaps the
•trongest candidate they could havo
named, and the light will be a lively
one. The Democratic candidate, how-
ever, will be elected. I can't say what
the majority will be as the strength of
the Populists is i*oblematical. There
are discontented Democrats and no one
knows how many."
W hen asked whether Spt-akcr Crisp
would be a senatorial candidate Major
"Hardly, the Democrats will carry
the legislature easily, but I do not be-
lieve Mr. Crisp is likely to enter the race.
I believe Mr. Walsh will very probably
an electric car wrecked.
Three ['aileiigrr. Are Fatally and Five
Paterson, N. J„ June 19,-The Deck-
ertown express on the New York, Sus-
quehanna and Western railway dashed
into an electric car .Monday while run-
ning ,15 miles an hour. Three passen-
gers were, it is said, fatally and five se-
riously Injured. The police say the gates
of the crossing were up. The switch
was filled with boxcars which obstructed
the view of the track on which an ex-
press train was approaching.
Among those injured are Joshua
O Brien, a contractor, internal injuries;
Matilda Claxton, school teacher, injured
about the head, but not seriously; Laura
Norchenough, school teacher, slight in-
juries about the head and body; Ellen
Cullen, elderly woman, injured inter-
nally: Freida Weller, injured about the
head and body.
LESSENS PAIN-INSURES SAFET'
to LIFE of MOTHER and CHILD
My wife, after having used Mother's
r ri nd, Missed through the ordeal with
liltlo paiu, was stronger in one hour
Mini i;i a week after the birth of her
former chilli. ,T. J. McGoldrick,
Boans 8ta„ Tenn.
''dVs Prlcnil roWieil pain of Its terror
v I fliorteiU'il labor. 1 have the heultliicot
* iuM i ever saw.
Mns. L. M. Aulun, Cochran, Ot.
1 en* l y express, chaw prepaid, on receipt
if |.;*r bo; ti •. Book "To Mothers"
.jKlilcl I TVi'.
BRfiOFir' D PECULATOR CO.,
i <>T : alO l.y ull Jii'UgglBta. A I l.AMA, OA.
the bursting of an emery wheel iu the
Wrought Iron Range company's foun-
•fiiHtice Stayton 111.
Tyler, Tex., June 111. Chief Justice
Stayton of the Texas supreme court is
quite sick at the residence of his son-in-
law, John T. Bonner, in this city. It
will be several days before he will be
able to return to his duties on the bench.
To Make u Monster Demount rut ion,
Philadelphia, June 19.—C. T. McKee
has opened headquarters for the purpose
of recruiting Coxey's army to MOO to
make a monster demonstration at Wash-
ington July 4.
Chnl'era at Muitibtirg Ilenled.
Hamburg, June 19.—In reply to the
report circulated by a news agency that
cholera had broken out at Hamburg, an
official declaration has been issued say-
ing that not only has there been no case
of cholera here this year, but not even a
suspicious case has been recorded.
RELIGION ANp REFORM.
Jackson. Miss., June id,—Saturday
evening Oovernor Stone in person car-
ried the pardon of ex-State Treasurer
Hemmingway to the penitentiary and
instructed the warden to deliver it at
once in accordance with the agreement.
Colonel Hemmingway walked out of the
penitentiary a free man at 7 o'clock, and
is with his happy wife and chidren at
his home, the first time in four years.
The petition for the pardon was per-
the largest one ever presented to the ex-
ecutive of a state for pardon. It con-
tained upward of 15,000 names, consist-
ing of the representative people of the
state in all walks of life. Little oppo-
sition has been manifested against tlje
pardon, while the desire for it was gen-
lteprlinaniled the Jury.
Oklahoma City, O. T., June 19.—
Tom Boiling was tried in the district
court of Pottawatomie county on the
charge of horije stealing Saturday. He
was the first of 20 who have been in-
dicted on that charge in that co^jnty.
The jury brought in a verdict of not
guilty after being out several hours. The
verdict surprised Judge Scott, and,
after reading the jury a severe lecture,
he discharged them from further aftjpd-
ance on the court, and ordered tjiat
their names be stricken from the jury
Washington, June lO.-fhe body of
the late Thomas M. Bayne was tikfn to
Pittsburg Sunday night over the Peim-
65 lvania road in a special car accom-
panied by Mrs. Bayne, Hon. John Dal-
zell, Hon. William A. Stone, Mrs. Mar-
tha Tease, sister of the deceased, and
Mrs. Ewing. The funeral will take place
from the residence of Mrs. Tease at Bell-
vue and the interment will be at Union
cemetery, Allegheny City.
Chicago Coopers on a Strike.
Chicago, June 19,-Nearly all the
coopers ill the stockyard are on a strike.
It is said if the trouble is not settled
soon some of the large packing houses
will be compelled to lay off other em-
ployes. Three months ago wages were
reduced all around and coopers were cut
from |3.85 and if.1,00 per day to $2.00 and
He Wai Jasper I.. Ileal).
New York, June 19.—-A man who
registered as A. J. Otey of Atlanta,
Ga., and who committed suicide Sunday
night at Smith & McNeill's hotel, has
been identified as Jasper I,. Beall of At-
lanta. He formerly edited the Perth
Amboy (N, J.) Argus.
Killed by a Stay Mullet.
TexarkaNA, Ark., June 19.—Louis
Elle, who was accidentally shot by a po-
liceman Friday night, is dead. The of-
ficer shot at a dog and afterward learned
that Mr. Elle, a Maple avenue merchant,
had been shot in the abdomen by a stray
An Emery Wheel llur.t.,
bT. Louis, June 19.—One person was
tilled and a number seriously injured by
la the only absolutely Infallible remedy for all din-
« htirg *b lu uny mage; either Bex. Safe, mre and clean,
uaranteed cure ft l.OO. All druggist* or by null.
Midland Remedy Go., Lincoln, Neb.
I hkkk are one hundred and forty*
three religious s,ecl-> in the United
"Smoiuxo not allowed" is one of the
rules of the lVary'Aretic expedition.
1 lnni'v-rm i: htut< , and the Oistrict
of Columbia have laws forbidding the
bale of toliaceo to all persons miller six-
I he gifts to missions of the women
of the I nited States, in only seven de-
nominations. amounted last year to
over one million dollars.
l'.ri'ADOit is the only state in South
or ( entral America whose constitution
forbids the introduction of unv religion
except Koman Catholicism.
Thk mayor of Brooklyn has refused
penults to athletic clubs to give spar-
ring exhibitions, "because they arc de-
moralizing to the youth of the city."
JEDGE WAXEM'S PROVERBS.
Thk A-nerikin Eagel can't fly too hi
I'oi.utishaxs ain't pattriots till they
haf to be.
Most men come to congress because
congress won't come ti' them.
Honesty is the best policy when you
air shore uv electin yore man.
Not wun woman in a milyun stops
roukin the cradle to study up the con-
Mm- flew men that is successful iu
polliticks woodent a done better at
Ii s a powerful big statesman that a
lobbyist can't git around in one term
ef he gits started rite. Detroit i'ree
SEATS AT THE TABLK.
bad 8tatf nf arcft<i
llufllaim Have Taken ri>-.*|.ft ii>ii „r Santa
Ana and ritllTUi Kleeitiff.
Bl exos A ykks, June 19. News has
collie from Santa Ana that both armies
have abandoned the city. Ruffians have
taken possession of it anil have insti-
tuted a reign of terror. Many of the
inhabitants are flying to the Uruguayan
border, while the mob Is sacking prop-
erty in the city.
A dispatch received from Hio ile Jan-
eiro gives a discouraging view of the
situation there. Many citizens have
been imprisoned for unknown reas-
ons. Private correspondence is being
tamped with in the postoftice.
The government officials of Argentine
are examining the British bank of the
River La Plata. Their object is to learn
if the bank officers have been simulat-
ing with the bank's funds in the recent
rise of the gold premium. If this is es-
tablished, the governnment will with-
draw its legal status.
Congress has declared invalid the elec-
tion of members for Salta, although
they l>elonged to the dominant party.
The commander of the Uruguayan
fortress at Cerra has been deposed for
selling gunpowder which was stored iii
Wil<l I>og« In Jersey.
V IN ELAND, Juiie 19.—The big swamps
along the Maurice river, two miles from
this place, arc overrun with packs of
dogs, which are vicious and ugly. The J
dogs have been wandering through the
swamps for months. They are as wild
as wolves and almost as fierce. The
charcoal burners and others whose labors
carry them into the swamps have fre-
quently been attacked. A few days ago
Charles Nichols, son of a charcoal
burner, was attacked while passing
through the woods. He was bitten
severely, and died Saturday with every
symptom of hydrophobia. Within t)ie
last few weeks several head of cattle
have been bitten, In either insjtjuice tjie
owners have had to destroy the stock,
fearing the animals would become
vicious and attempt to do damage.
Content Without the Hal lot.
Wichita, Kan., June 19.—A move-
ment has been started here among the
women s clubs to wage combined war
against the woman suffrage amendment
and most of the clubs iu which women
are interested have already signified
their willingness to federate for the pur-
pose of fighting the suffragists. A num-
ber of ladies representing different clubs
met and took the preliminary styis to
organize a strong opposition. At the
regular meeting of the cooking club a
lady moved that the club entertain
Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. Chapman Cott,
Laura S. Johns. Anna Shaw ..nd other
suffragists when they visit Wichita, but
the motion was buried under an ava-
lance of nays.
Ottumwa, la., June 18.—^hn jailor,
his daughters, three sons and three hirjd
men, living near here were poispjied by
drinking a quantity of buttermilk, which
contained a vegetable poison. Investiga-
tion traced the poison in the milk to a
Brings comfort and improvement and
tiM111s to nersonal enjoyment when
rightly used. The manv, who live bet-
ter than otliei-Ham! enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas-
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax-
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has (riven satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts 011 the Kid-
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak-
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-
gists in 50 cent bottles, but it U man-
ufactured by the -California Fig Syrup
Cm. only, whose name is printed 011 every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, Ton will not
accept any substitute if offered.
Boots & Shoes
BEADLES' SHOE STORE,
WO MENS' SHOES.
Ki<l Button, from ... ,,
Kiel Buttonpatent LcKtlier'Tipi omuutow ioe *''7°
Kitl .Jersey, eiotli top, reduced from t'j ,
11'leBiuayor h Custom Patent tip ];' r/gj J"
50 Pain. Veal Calf, Battler L.ioe Congress 90
•)ft 1 airs Broutl-guage is,,, ,','A
48 Pairs Men's Boots 15,1 to H?
I.', s. I,ask Okfick, (Uttiihik, O. T.
.linn :.'nil, 18!U.
Complaint having been entered at this
olllee by Jackson Tolliver against tleorge
I'end ley for abandoning his homestead
entry No. 11C58, dated January Till 189.'l,
upon the lot 4 and sw 1-4 of the nw 1-4
section 1, township 14 north of range t
ea t, 111 hogan County, Oklahoma, with
view (o I lie cancellation of said entry,
the said parties are hereby summoned to
appear ill I'. S. Land Oflice at Guthrie,
OK., on the :i.')th day of July 1894, at ii
o'clock a. 111., to respond and furnish tes-
timony concerning said alleged aban-
donment. A. N. J. Crook, Register.
S. R. Bevins, Attorney.
"* * Guwt Evened Up TliluK« with 111.
A short time ugfo, between Zauesvillo
and Columbus, the train stopped at
On the guard crying out: "Fifteen
minutes for dinner," the passengers, of
whom there happened to be a large
number, rushed Into the diirtng apart-
ment and took their seats at the table,
one of them depositing his carpet bag
on the chair next to him.
At the usual time the landlord, pass-
ing around to make his collection,
called upon the aforesaid passenger for
Ms payment for dinner.
"How much?" asked the prssenger.
''Eighty cents," replied the landlord.
"Eighty cents for a dinner? Why
that is extortionate."
"No, sir, it is not extortionate. Ain't
that your carpet bag?"
Yes, sir, that is my carpet bag."
\\ ell, that carpet bag occupies a seat
and of course I must charge for it."
"Oh, is that the ease? Well, here is
your eighty cents."
Turning to the carpet bag, the pas-
"Well, Mr. Carpet l!ag, as you have
not had much to eat, suppose we take
something," at the same time opening
Its mouth and turning therein half
a ham, a roast chicken, a plate of bis-
cuits and sundry other articles, amid
the roar of laughter of the other pas-
pool of foul water where the cattle Ujid
been accustomed to drink. All ate in *
Taken Away For Safety.
Pokti.axd, Ind., June 19.—Sam Bone,
the policeman who killed Frank Guild,
was taken from jail here and removed
to Winchester for safety during the
night. It was feared he would be
lynched if left here.
At the Southwestern Businesn College,
over tliet'apitol National Bank, will
open on Monday morning, June 4th, anil
continue throughout the summer. Book-
keeping, business arithmetic, commer-
cial law, grammar, spelling, business
anil ornamental penmanship, shorthand
and typewriting will be thoioughly
taught at the regular rates. A special
class in penmanship will be organized at
10 o'clock on the morning of the same
day, for the accommodation of those
who desire to take writing exclusively.
The tuition for this branch will be *:i
per month or $8 for three months when
all is paid on entering. Those who are
unable to pay for tuition will receive a
course of lessons free of charge. The
free class will begin promptly at St
o'clock 011 the morning of June 4th.
Only those over 11 years of af.e are ele
gible to this class. The fall opening will
take place 011 Sept. 4. Come and see 11s.
E. H. Fritch, President.
K. . Ijiiwmav, Principal Guthrie
Large lot ladies' fine turns at half price
tor sniu! six.es and narrow widths. If v,i w, ,r u ^ or "siof
A, B 01 L width, you ean buy them for a song and sing 'it yourself.'
Misses , Childrens', Boys' and Youths'
J. B, BKADLES
Beadles Block, Oklahoma Avenue.
The English Kitchen,
First Class House, Centrally Located,
Oklahoma, between 1st and 2nd.
RATES - - - - _ $1.25
FRED WINKEL Propriktor.
or SPECIAL VALUE
in breaking up sud-
den attacks of colds,
chill.:, lovers, and in-
flammation — Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pel-
lets. They carry off
the** troubles at the
starfc. And if you
Would only keep
yourself in proper
condition with them
— the liver active
ami the system reg-
,, . ular — you'd find
you couldn't take diseases easily
These tiny, sugar-coated "Pellets" are
the most perfectly nutur.al in their action
—no griping, no violence. Take them for
wind and aim in the stomach, fullness, and
dizziness, lliey absolutely and permanently
cio* Constipation, I.idi-estion, Hiliousness,
Jaundice, Sick or liilious Headaches ami
every Liver, Stomach and Bowel disorder
or Money yaia ^ ^oHiclne.
the news in brief.
A convict in the criminal insane asylum
at Chester, Ills,, hanged himself to his cell
Thirty families were evicted from the
property of the Trotter Coke Works at
I n ion town, Pa.
The Cincinnati carpenters, who have
been out on a strike for live weeks have
decided to return to work.
Walter Sfuirof Cass county was nomi-
nated for congressman-at-law hv thr
North Dakota Populists.
K. A. Kastabrook, representing the Scitr
ritt Furniture company of St. Louis died
suddenly in Beeville, Tex.
Congressman \V. J. Bryan will speak at
the Democrat Silver conference to be held
at Omaha next Thursday.
The Nashville City council adopted a re-
port recommending that the policedepart
nient be investigated and reorganized
Masked burglars bound Mrs. Cornelius
ol Creat Falls, Mont., and poured coal oi
over her, threating to light it if sl
A gang of robber#, composed of educate
negroes, most of ihMn school teachers, hi
been discovered in Indianola. Miss «k
vicinity. ' t
The school census makes Chicago's noon
lation 1,562,7(10. 11
Fire in the abattoir docks at Jersev Citv
caused a loss of l,5fl«,000.
Paul Bunch of Rolla, Mo., shot and killed
Ida Gallaharn, his sweetheart, and himself
A member of the Ilalton gang says that
the man killed near Ardmore, 1. t. was
not the bandit.
Peter Rosmussen, I'etertirenon and Xels
Berkstrom were killed by lightning at
The body of Henry Fulidger, a wealthy
St Joseph, merchant, was found in the
river at Atchiiison.
Near Portland, Ind., Laura Healey, a
teacher, and 2G pupils were made danger-
ously ill by poisoned water.
Chicago police olticers inarched a man
suffering with smallpox through the
crowded streets to the city hall
The trusted manager of a \e-v York In-
surance brokerage firm has gone wrong at
a result of playing the races
Judge Payne has refused to grant a fur
thcr continuance to Pr^nder^ast the as-
ea^sjr. of Mayor Harrison of Cl^cago.
[First published June 12 t h, 18SI4. |
Notice lor Publication,
Land office at Guthrie,O, T„ June Hill
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has liled notice of his
Intention to make litial homestead proof
in support of his claim, and thai said
proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the I'. S, Land Office at
Guthrie, o. T., on August 4th, I«!I4, viz-
John H. Kelley, H. K. No, :„'l«l for the
Northwest quarter of section (27)twentv
seven in township (17) seventeen, Nnrtli
of range (2) two west.
Ile names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz;
John A, Cravens, Neheiniah Foster,
Andrew II. Markham, James Wolfine-
tone, all of Guthrie, O. T.
Any person who desires to protest
against t lie allowance of such proof, or
who knows of any substantial reason,
under the law and regulations of the In-
terior Department, why such proof
should nut be allowed, will be given |au
iipporliii.ity at the above mentioned
time and place to cross-examine the
wit nessesof claimant, and to offer evi-
dence in rebuttal of that suhiuiltcl In
A. N J. ( hook, Register.
Six sipiaie meals for tl.ou at the Wo-
man's Kvchange Itestainant. (C-14-lni
Thin and impure blood is made rich
and healthful by taking Hood's snrsap
aril la. It braces up the nerves and gives
Try the Woman's Kxchange for a good
meal, only Wl cents. (1 fj-,1-1f
GO TO DAVE S PLACE.
T^e Midland §a!oon
For fine Domestic and Imported Wines and
COFFEE UIKE YOUR MOTHER MADE
Short - Order - Restaurant
Open Day and Night.
West side of Second Streeli, opposite Government Acre.
East Harrison Avenue.
H. H. PERRY, Proprietor.
FOR FIFTY YEARS
~1mh been used—
b3' millioxifl of motlierH for their chil-
dren while teething. It nootheB the
child, softens the giunu. allays all pain,
CHreH colie, and i« the best remedy for
25cts PER BOTTLE.
REAVES BROTH ERS
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
We Keep a Large and Complete Stock.
•:©:\J0ally Qng'5 ©Gf|e:e>
Second Street near Harrison.
f resh Fish, Oysters and Came in Season.
SHORT ORDER HOUSE
Popular Dinner From 12 to 2 P. M.
f*\ MAN HOGS RESTORED!
■ 1 suarauteed to cure i-.:i .•;is 's,piu'ii as WVitk Memory, Lottof Mrala
i'uwer, LieuuucLi'. \V. ; i ulue.**, Lost Manbood, NlKhtly Kuussioui, Nervau«-
nees.all drains ami In ■>. r powerlu G Mierative Organs of either iexcausej
bjr overexertion, youthful error*, en esslve use of tobacco, oulurn orstlui-
H/l Offi aH Ladiea! rue Ill-Ill Inn i Hp*iil **
'•* Of I I vU ai |4ii|ier l line. Absolut!- nitlVKiiard
rudtlvely Infallible, perfectly liarmlei*. pei
; sample hox !Vl rem*. Special termfe to AgeutH.
•Udrenii Mludeu Muni. C o., Km,.,.. « lly, Mo.
H ASTHMA CURE
Mrs. llr. Koi-
ler'i Ked I.el
Cotton Hoot rii,?.M. ibe only reliable, van
orglnaland geuulue. Never Falls. Removes all Ir
'• iy cause. Married taslles. don't
— n Sent secure from observation
• l.tw. " " "
worr> SHiety mihiirea. sent ae.-ure rroin obsfr vu; ,.,i
K*euri Medliltti Co.. t'ily. Mo
Cures Asthma, Hay Fever, Brouchitis and Iucipient Consumption where every other- remedy
has entirely failed. It gives immediate rest and relief in the most seveie attacks, wbich
cannot be obtained from any other remedy. Promotes sound refreshing sleep. No more
stuotheriug, distress or sleepless nights. A permanent cure assured iu every curable
Psjcf $1.00 of Diuggists or by mail. 1> tat I\tckdge Mailed I'tee to anv sufferer.
CO I.LIN'S BB0S. MUUILXK, CO., St. Louis, Mo., Sole FrujitkWrs,
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Leach, L. F., Jr. & Smith, W. Heath. Guthrie Daily News. (Guthrie, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 1515, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 20, 1894, newspaper, June 20, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280767/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.