The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 140, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 16, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL UI1UAN OF OKLAHOMA 1IEMUCKACV
OKKICIt OK I'llll.lCUKIN IIAltUISMN AVKNUK.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MORNING MAY Hi 18H5.
Tho Goologicnl Survoy Mapping
THE TREASURY DEFICIT GROWING.
Tlip linilltiirri OTcr llroelptu Shire
Inly I JHUI Hint. Hern W.'O.JO 1-
KH7 Oliliititiiiiniift I't-t Itlon
Wasiiixoo-ov May IB. The worlt of
rxnmininj' anil inapphif' the water
sources of the United States with
special reference to the artesian wells
of this western states is heitiff enrried
on steadily under charge of I
II. Newell of the jfeotoical sur-
vey. Mr. NeweM is now preparing
si suniinary of the more recent work
which will soon be ready for publica-
tion. The most interesting district
lies in eastern Colorado and western
Kansas. Here the ground slopes from
the west down to Hie east and there
are continual faults in the strata pre-
venting water from traveling for
any very great distance. Where
the strata are not faulted they are un-
dulating and wells sunk near the cen-
ter part of the long undulations usu-
ally tap water that has lloweil there
from each side of the undulation. Few
of these wells How but they can be
worked by windmills a niotire power
that is seldom exhausted in that
part of the country. These wells are
small and will irrigate only a few
acres at best. Mr. Newell thinks that
if the farmers there would try to culti-
vate only as much land around their
houses as they could irrigate by means
of their wells and devote the remain-
der of their farms to grazing or per-
haps to wheat occasionally they
would be far better on" than now.
iiik TitKAsruv iiKi'icir ouowi.vn.
Wash i: xin ox May 15. Yesterday the
treasury department deficit passed the
$.10000000 mark the exact amount of
the excess of expenditures over tho re-
ceipts since .luly 1 1S!M being S-IO.-XM-8ST.
The deficit for the thirteen days
of the present mouth 1 s $" l.M) 5 17. This
is Hie second year since lS(Sr that the
expenditures of the government havo
exceeded its revenues. Last year
the dellclt was Sr.').8U3'Ji0 milking
the aggregate deficiency since duly 1
JSII3 Sr.'O.-JOS.IlT. The receipts from
customs so far this year amount to
u little over sn.10030.).) which is
nbout 31 000000 excess of the custom
receipts during the whole of the last
fiscal year. The internal revenue re-
ceipts this month to date aggregate
about $l'J.'r0!i000 as against SM71U-
J.T.' during the fiscal year 181U. The
best information obtainable as to tho
net result of the year's financial ope r-
utious is that even if the income tax-
law is permitted to remain as it is the
deficiency on .July 1 next will exceed
gr'i 000001) and if the law is declared
unconstitutional it may reach SUO-
000000. TIIK KlfKAI'OO KKHKUVATIO.V.
WAHiiixorov May 15. The president
has received a very remarkable docu
iiumiL It comes from Oklahoma and is
first a stnteinent in regard to the de-
lay in opening the Kickupoo lands and
recalls the fact that the reservation
could have been opened to settlement
two years ago had an effort been made
bv the secretary of the interior.
The second part consists of a
petition of over t'.OO names ask-
ing the president to take the matter In
hand and use his influence with the
secretary of the interior to get tho
reservation opened to settlement.
THE MEMPHIS DRILL.
Oumlm'K Tlnirittoii mile Put Up the lint
Drill Vet Keen lit tin Purlc.
Mkwi'iiis Tenn. May 15. At Cump
Hcliofield yesterday morning the regu-
lar troops gave an exhibition of guard
mount a it U practiced in the service
for the enlightenment of the citizen sol-
diers Another delightful day aud the
fact that the Governor's guards the
first lornd company to drill would ap-
pear in the afternoon attracted a crowd
of upward of 4000 to Montgomery
The Thurston rifles of Omitha under
fupt. A. li. SehiirtV put up the best
drill yet seen at Cump .Scholicld when
they' competed III eluss C. Their
work was warmly appreciated
by the spectators. It is per-
Jiupn only natural however that
tin greatest enthusiasm should
have beon aroused by the Governor's
guards of this city who Immediately
followed them. The afternoon's pro-
gramme ended with tho appearance of
Hie (iiitllu-jr "run detachment of the
Omaha guards whose work conpared
very favorably with their only rival
Hie Cincinnati detachment.
A MooiiniHiit to 1imI Holiller.
Tmi-kkv. Ivan. May 15. Tho Grand
Army posts of Topeka aro preparing to
dudicutu u huge monument to dead sol-
diers burii-d In tho Topeka cemetery.
The corciuoufiH) nro to bo held on Deco-
ration day. Yesterday notice was re-
ueivi'd thut the monument had been
fchippml from Vermont where It wat
quarried and cut. It is so large that
two ears uro required to transport it.
.Vutur.tl Uhu ut .Mouuil City.
Moi'Xit dry. Kan. May 15. A strong
flow of natural gas was struck at a
bitli of W feet on Henry Carbon'
fHrni. northeast of town. J bore are
msvumiI food liroducintr iras wells in
tliis vicinity now and there Is no doubt
but thr is plenty of gas horo for any
KiiiiHrfa limuniiK-u Men Mt'i-t.
Kxci:i.moit Smiixos Mo. May 15.
The hiiutlower club of Kansas an in-siu-uncn
orgauijitiou mat here yestor-
lay. About fifty inumbors from varl-
.otis purU of the stnte are prosont the
JimJurUy of thoin being iiucompanlcd
by their yvivus
An I-licliioir SiNitiltnl.
HiMi'iiiNxoN ICuii. Muy l5.-'lmn
Misoirl pacific mixed train No. M
Milled Into Haven 'in miles south o
here je.crdav morning tho boild
ilu' bli nut of the engine fatally
bcttldiug Lug.iii'er JIo I jmu u the cab
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Fomioil to Hnroiintep mill Protect AmtT
lnii Spurts It I'rrvlitrtit
Nkw Yokk May 15. -Mai Philip P.
Johnston is president of the Au'orlcnn
league which was recently formed its
object being to encourage and protect
American sports. 11" is one of the best
run. ip r. .ioiinsiov.
known horsemen in the I nited States.
He was born iii Slfiloh Va.. 55 years
ago and enjoyed few educational
advantages As a boy he became a
marble cutter's apprentice and when
the war broke out he promptly en-
listed serving with gallantry under
the stars and bars throughout the re-
bellion. He arose to the rank of major
of artillery. After the war he studied
law. lie has long been closoly identi-
fied with the harness racing interests
and is president of the National Trot-
ting association and other organisa-
tions of the kind.
FOUND TO BE TRUE.
Awful StorliM or Armenian Atrocities
I'rown by IntfMtlRiitloii
Coxhtaxiinoh.k May 15. The coin-
mission which has been investigating
the atrocities in Armenia visited the
devastated villages and arrived at
Jellygoo.an where 1-0 houses have
been burned. The people were shel-
tered in miserable houses.
Ample proof was found of the truth
of the stories told regarding the massa-
cre of the Armenians and the fact that
their bodies wen; thrown in largo num-
bers into a pit where the Turks en-
deavored to conceal their crime by pour-
ing barrels of petroleum upon the bod-
ies and setting fire to the oil. The
flames however failed to consume the
mas and a stream was dammed and di-
verted front its course in order to wash
away the half buriod bodies. Hut even
this' failed to obliterate t'..u terrible
evidence ntraiiiMt the Turku and tho
looal authorities wore compelled to re-
move the remains piecemeal. Tne vil-
lagers had removed the bulk of the
bodies anil interred them in conse-
crated ground before the arrival of the
Asa result of the investigation and
the reports the powers have submit
ted notes to the Turkish government
impressing upon the porte tho neces-
sity of promptly iiiau 'tiruting a scheme
for Armenian reforms which should in-
clude the appointment of Christian of-
ficials in Armenia the powers to have
the right to veto the appointments of
WANTS A DIVIDEND
I lint It lit -! for NiMltll) (Mill-it Tun
Toitku Print lug Plriui
Topkk v. Kan. May 15. Charles I
Scars who is said to bo the richest
populist in Kansas by his attorney
David Overmyer yesterday brought
suit in the district court against tho
Hamilton Printing Co. and State
Printer Snow for S'J.OOO. Sears is
u stockholder in the company to the
amount of forty shares. Sears de-
clares that during tlie past four years
the revenue from state printing lias
been .1(10000 anil from all other print-
ing Si'iO.O.io. He declares that he has
received no share of the dividends from
the profits which if paid would en-
title him toSU.000.
KANSAS SIR KNIGHTS.
Two Tliniiminil PrTit ut the OptMilui; of
th (Iriiml Couiuninilery.
Wichita Kan. May 15. The Knights
Tpmphir of Kansas met here yesterday
in annual conclave. The city was
elaborately decorated with tho colors
and emblems of masonry. Tho reports
of the grand ofllcers were read and
referred to the committees. In
the afternoon there was a gra'id
parade participated in by a.OoO
knights and led by Marshall's mili-
tary band of Topeka. hi the conn
petitive drill the Wichita cominandory
took first prize; Newton ooiiiiiiundory
second and the Wellington third. A
reception was given the visitors at tho
Auditorium at night.
Order of KullM-y Coniliu'torii.
Atlanta Ou. Muy 15. The first
session of the twenty-fifth convention
of tho grand division of the Order of
Hnilway Conductors was callod to
ordor at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
by Grand Chiof Conductor Clarke.
Three hundred and fifty delegates
wero present with some 000 other con-
ductors in attendance. The organiza-
tion was airoetod aftor which an ad-
journment was taken until to-day.
Port Scott Paper Miienili.
Foiit Sco it Kan. May 15. The
Port Soott livening Item suspondod
publication with yesterday ovoiiiir's
issil". Nell K. Ashby tho proprietor
i.n .tnvtuil the nanor but two months
ago. annouiKWS that his falling health
necessitated his retirumeut from ed.
itoiiulwork. Tho Item was un indo.
pendent republican papar-
Wasiiim.tow Muy ii-i'oiiriii-eiii'
postmasters appointed yesterduy were:
Indian terntory-KoUyvHto. Creek
nation C. Ii Warren vie .1. Ii holly
Knnsas-Hofcol. Pawiiue enmity. II.
Suflleool vloo P- HMVllcuJrwOtfiiwl.
There is a hint that iiniounU to a
conviction that before lliW your ex-
pires evCmgrtssinanOnthwaite is o
l- made sti-retJ" "f ar T'ie 8tori"
MiotJuiu-i mr s ta.lm.tu.Uncon-
fldentW Outiiwa.t" i rck'.
So von Mon KM led by mi Explosion
in it Pennsylvania Mill.
rilE VICTIMS TORN LIMB FROM LIMB.
I In ltmmiliK (Inly Ili'i-iiRiilriililc by Tliolr
Clothlne-Tlit .11111 l)uiiilMiiit-A
lilt; I'lro In ii Detroit l.uin-
I'.t'rr.u.o N. Y May 15. A special
to the Atwociatcd press from West
l.ingluttn Pa. wiys: Yesterday after-
noon the bodies of eight men horribly
mangled scalded and disfigured were
picked out from the ruins of the Peck
llnskell Cobb's saw mill here the
victims of the explosion of the boiler
In the mill. l'Mve were dead and two
of the throe others hnve since died.
The killed outright were: Claude Kug-
lish .lames Mowers Kttgcnc Merrick
l.yinau Perry Charles llmvr. Those
fatHlly injured were: Cnleb Convorso
badly scalded about the head und
chest: he is dead; Albert DetJroat was
so fearfully mnugled by boiler iron
that he soon died; Hell (iridley was in-
jured internally anil sustained a broken
leg. but will recover.
The mill was run by steam generated
in tin old eighty-horse power boiler
which it is reported had been con
demned by an inspector a few days be-
fore because the steam gauge failed to
record accurately the amount of steam
pressure. Thirteen men wore employed
in the mill Yesterday morning they
were busy at work when a belt broke
shutting down the operations. While
it was being repaired nobody paid
any attention to the boiler which
was making steam at a prodigious
rate for a hoi tire had been kindled
under it. .suddenly there came a
boom as of a cannon followed by a
cloud of steam dust and smoke which
rose high in the air. Pour of the vic-
tims were torn limb from limb their
remains scattered about the mill and
the immediate vicinity. The mill was
nlmost entirely demolished. Parts of
Hie boiler were thrown hundreds of
feet. The victims were horribly
mangled having their bonds crushed
to a Jelly ami being recognizable only
by their clothing. The dead workmen
were all married and hud families.
mo KIHK IN DKlllOir.
Octroi r Mich.. May IV A big lire
occurred in the yards of the Dwight
liinnlier t'o which occupy about two
blocks squiire at Seotten avenue and
the Michigan Central railroad tracks.
The loss thus far is estimated at SIO0-
000. The fire originated in the com-
pany's planing mill and swept
through the entire yards.
THEY ARE ALL RIGHT
(lov. Morrill Snyn That Arlonu Cut tie Now
t.i'.iliir lo Kiiti'.iiA .Muy Stuy
ToiT.KA Kan. May 15. .Stockmen
in the vicinity of Cimarron in Gray
county recently complained to Gov.
Morrill that Campbell Pros. of Wichi-
ta were malting arrangements to ship
0()0) licad of Ari.ona cattle to that
point for summer grazing. The gov-
ernor referred the matter to the
state live stock sanitary commission.
Secretary Moore iniido an investiga-
tion and found that the cuttle were lu
good condition und Campbell Ilros.
will bo granted a permit to unload at
Cimarron. Secretary Moore has been
advised that about .10000 head of cuttle
from Arizona beside the Campbell herd
nro to be brought to Kansas for sum-
DEMANDS HIS SALARY.
Deputy Hunk ( ouiiuUitloiirr Oiltoni Iutl.
tilteH .M itlldit in iim Proceeding.!.
Toi'iKA Kan. May 15. Frank Os-
born deputy state bank commissioner
has instituted a mandamus proceeding
in the supreme court against Auditor
Cole to compel him to audit his claim
for S300 for salary and expenses. The
case will bo hoard May ''9. When
Hank Commissioner llreidenthul re.
fused to surrender his olllco to A. C.
lobes Gov. Morrill instructed Auditor
Cole to audit no more claims from thut
department honco the suit Kvery
person in the bank commissioner's
olllco has u claim against the state but
It was deemed advisable to bring only
one suit as a test case.
To Help the lllliul.
Toi-kka Kan. May 15. Kev. V. Y.
Todd suporintoudont of the school for
the blind at Kansas City Kan. has ud
drossod a letter to a Topeka paper in
which ho advocates that the school for
the blind and the school for the deaf
at Olathc be taken out of tho hands of
tho state board of charities und placed
lu the charge of a board of regents
composed of practical educators.
Iloiiai'lioldcr Pain Concluded.
Toi'KKA Kun. May 15. The insaue
asylum investigation committee wound
up tho case of State .Senator House-
holder aud will commence to hear evi-
dence in tho case of Mrs. Emma D.
Pack tho matron of the institution.
The committee has thus far investi-
gated Capt. Wait Mrs. Niborg and
Householder. The decisions will be
rendered in a bunch.
Miinc hull (iaiuei.
At St. I.outu bU I out 0 llruoklyn i.
At Louisville Washington 6; Louisville 4.
At Chicago New York. 11. Chtaags 1.
At CltwtHBUtl ClnlnitaU 5. Haltlmore S.
At Milwaukee Kaat.usCltjr.1; luuk I
Al IttalanapolU luitlaimirtilU. h; Dutrolt 1
At St. Jom St. JoMtfili. 1; 1'wirla 3.
At Omasa -Kuekfonl. IT Omuba it
At tho convention of chiefs of police
in Washington ou tho 11 th tho question
of receiving rewurds for tho capture
of criminals was dlwussod. The uon.
wiisiim of opinion was thut tho whole
system was wrong and vicious lu Its
The latest crop bulletin from Kansas
reports wheat outs and lla in bad
o dition lorn is doing better than
duercrip- Orass is in tint? shape In
ujui) plucis fint hasdroppel buaiy
IteiiiotHl 8nln of Millinery.
Will remove from present location as
soon as 1 can find room. Millinery at
your own price. Landlord has given
mo a few days mon to dispose of
stock Trimmed hats ftom 35c to S10
lixamlne my goods and prices before
buvlng. Mil?. A. P. SAi'MDKits
The heading Milliner
Corner Oklahomn avonuo and Dlvis
ion street lw
I.illic's Liver Pills cure bilious head
ache and dyspepsia. 25c a bottle and
your money back if they do not work
Try them At Lillic's drug store.
All .'iicenswarc sold at 35 per cent
discount for the next 4 days including
Wednesday to Saturday. 5 14 3t
Jl. a Alsdorf .fc a D. Harris have
dissolved tho partnership under the
firm name of The Gu'thtlo 'Machine
Works. The business will be contin
ued under the same name by S. I).
Harris who is prepared to do aii kinds
of machine repair work plumbing
steam fitting bicycle repairing eta
May 8 1895. t3 P. C. Ai.snonr
S. D HAItltls
"Our Native Herbs" is the best
The U.S. Qov'iReports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others
AIup of Virginia llnttle-Plclila
The only correct map made from of-
ficial papers in tho war department
with complete l'stof battles Sent ou
receipt of 25 cents In money or postage
tamps. Address C It. Ilyan assist
ant general passenger agent C. and O.
railway Cincinnati Ohio 1-5-iw
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Queensware Tinware and
1(1 North Second St. German .and English Spoken.
We quote eastern market prices and pay
Oiii'HOi.u I'o 11 11 la in is the finest in Hid lerrrilory 110111 which we
lias hail a phenomenal run. V( arc nianul'acliifcr's
Highest Honors World's Pair
MOST PL RIU 1 MADli.
A pure ijiapc l icun . f I ut ir Powder. Free
ftom Ammonia Alum . i m c thoi adulterant
.0 YKARS Till SIANDARD.
On account of poor health I will sell
all trimmed hats at greatly reduced
prices. Can save you money. Work
and style guaranteed.
Harrison avenue. 5 4 "iw
Por Kent 7 room house on Springer
avenue owned by Dr. II P. llalstcud
Call at school land offlce. 7 twj 3
Thp Ht-cliivp (Mot hint; Co.
Iiitvc moved into I heir iii-vi
store next to Spon'l's.
The Guthrie marble yard has just
completed another job of mnrble cop-
ing also some monuments. This will
bo a credit to the Summit View ceme-
tery and will bo admired by the
crowds visiting the cemetery on Decor-
ation day. May 10.
We are exclusive agents for
Wm Radam's Microbe Killer
Stallings' I. C. Soap
Root Tena Herb Tea
Stanley's Harmless Headache Powder.
Heath & Milligan's Mixed Paints
And many other remedies and preparations.
NEW YORK HARDW'RE CO;
Hardware Stoves Tinware Etc. Etc.
and Baker Perfect Barbed Wire
SUCTION PUMPS IRON AND WOOD.
PltK'KNIAIj WAYS TUB hOWKST.
FARQUHARSON & MORRIS PROPRIETORS 322
S L'i f." SJ gll PI T
When the Feet nre Tender
close fitting shoes ure more or less uncomfortable. The old genUeimiu has
slipped them oil" and slipped on a psir of our slippnrs. Nothing In the world
slVords so much relief to tender feet. S 1ippc-s are as welcome to shoe-pliinhcd
feet as an easy chair Is to one weary after 11 long spell of standing up. Our
stock of slippers embraces every current style good well iimdc durable und
Eisenschmidt k HetsclK
Exclusive Shoe Dealers
118 West Oklahoma Ave.
Repairing Neatly Done.
J A B
especial attention to
draw all of (lie n hesl tlriiiks iiit'liitliu "C'tica Cola' which
aout I'or miiiic. Hcgislerod prcscriiilion clerks.
A SEATON Manager.
FARQUHARSON & MORRIS
WHOLliSALli AND nbTAIL
REFRIGERATORS. TIN SHOP.
the Wholesale trade.
All Strip and size (or
Th fJenuIn all beu Ihlt
... w. ...in. wifu
UK? J ifi TTpU
Oklahomn Avenue Guthrie.
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