The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 68, Ed. 1, Sunday, August 25, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OKI'IOIA!- f llt'IAN Ol l)KUll(IM. DltMOt'lt U1Y.
OIKIOK OK I'tMtl.U'ATION. IIAIIIMSON AVttNllH.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 25 IBJ5.
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WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW
BUSINESS FINALLY QUIETS DOWN
FOR ITS MIDSUMMER'S REST
THE AUGUST SHRINKAGE.
Trail o Are
Ceintlmi" mi I'littonteil
rroprr( for llin
llir Crn ami
WILL MARRY MILLIONS.
Nkw Yohk Aug. 21. It. tl. Dim A
Co.'s weekly tcvlow of tratlo Miys:
Tho volume of business shrinks us is
natural in August nnd tho shrinkage
ficcins rnther Iniger thnn usual bo-
cause truiisactions in July w-oro some-
what inflated for thnt month. Sume
Industries nvc doing more thnn ever
before in August ami the prospect for
fall trade is (rood in other although
much depends on the crops and tho
outcome is less clour than the specula-
tors on either Mile are disposed to ad-
mit. Industrial troubles havo not en-
tirely censed but during tho past week
have become much leas threatening.
The price of wheat has fallen 'ii
cents during tho week recovering a
fraetlou on Thursday in spite ot all
efforts to hold back supplies from
farms and to encourage buying.
Wheat ought to go abroad freely at
present prices but Atlantic exerts
Hour included have been only 1'I.V.'-
Gu'J bushels for tho neck against
20047)11 last year and for four weeks
only 42180 bushels iigniu.t 10.IM7-
447 Inst year.
Impressive stories of short crops
abro&d have llttlo weight in the pres-
ence of sueli a record and tho absten-
tion of foreign purchase proves inoro
effective than tho withholding ot
whuat by western farmers. Natur
ally the tifty-seven cent wheat of tho
Pacific coast still goes forward freoly
in place of the Atlantic supplies.
Corn has also declined four and one-
half cents whilo poik and lard with
accustomed Inconsistency rise a shade
us corn declines.
Cotton has advanced a fraction to
7.75 cents without any definite ehangu
in crop prospects and as usual the Im-
mense volume of stock carried over
in mills and commercial hands hero
and abroad about J.OOo.oiw hale
Ml ICihiiir ltorkefeller to Writ llnvlil
Nrw Vouk. Aug. St. Mtes Kmma
Rockefeller eldest of the feiur children
of William O. RoekfeVc.' one of the
two brothers who control tho .Stand-
rd Oil eompnny ls engaged to mnrry
Dr. David Hunter MoAlptn jr.. of this
city son of tho niilltonnlre tobacco
manufacturer. Tho woddlng will in
nil probability bo celebrated this full.
It will be one of tho three weddings
soon to lie entored Into by the chil-
dren of John 1). and William Roeke-
feller. Miss Ddllh tho youngest
daughter of John D. whose engage-
ment to Harold McCormiek was an-
nounced lust June Ls to bo married
next .Monday. WllHnui (. Rockefollor
u eotis'.u oT Mis Kdith and brother of
Miss Km ma Is soon to marry Miss
Sncil fur lpny DilinnKC.
Nkw Yohk Aug. .'!. -(Seorge Law
the street railroad president and a
well known millionaire is defendant
in a suit for $150000 for breach of
("promise to marry brought by Miss
Josephine Maclt .Miss .muck is 31
years old. u leetnrer and literary
woman and haa studied musloln l'urls.
Colonel Robert Ingersoll is her attor
ney. Mr. Iaw married Miss Olga
Smith in September 1801 after tho
alleged. promise to marry Miss Mack.
OUTLAWS COOPED UP
THE CHRISTIAN GANG OF DESPER-
MiUiimIIMh In rolltltft.
Ci.rvi:i.am Ohio Aug. It. An im-
portant circular signed by ivory pre-
siding elder of the Mothodlst Hplsoopnl
church In Ohio has boon sent to tho
members of that denomination
throughout thestutu. 1 1 culls for united
political ailiou on tho pint of all
.Me'hodlsts in tru effort to elect to tho
nev' legislature as many members as
po-s'blo who will light the saloons.
To l'rotrrt tliu KnlKlit.
ltosios Aug. 21. livery possible
precaution to protect visitors and
citizens for tho coining conclave week
of Knurhts Templar Is being taken by
the authorities here. Tho detective
foreo has been augmented by pressing
Into service the liquor squad and state
police and by the presence of detect-
ivos from tho principal cities of tho
'Unit An turn fciinul.il.
CnicAoo Aug. 24. The tean'dal nrls-
ina from tho donth of Patient l'uelk
at the Dunning hospital lias lesnlted
In e lunges being preferred against the
fo'.lu;ig people: l'reslilent Healey
Supei lutendent Morgan. Commissioner
Itilter and Jtuteher Evans.
1 iiiniilnmi Id lit wtt.fr tfnilnta t1il Sk
"'".i..7"i t. d ..!...' .......I. CJ.Iiro la Diirkmwt.
I.i.1.ulr n.wl In u-l.tnl. Urn nnnnnnuii ClIlrAOO. Allg. 21. TllO heaviest
orders placed soma weeks or months j rain stoim that has visited Chit ago for
Biro cuiibe a lihcnoinennl activity for i some ttmo begun shortly before 3
In iron notwithstanding some un-
easiness because the output 1ms
greatly increased huavy purchases by
two leading companies have advanced
the price of llessemer ou cents and u
new combination has raided galvan-
ized barbed wire to (Pl.su. while cm
binations are being funned in wi i
rods and common wire and advance in
prices ls expoetcd. Other prices are
unchanged and the new orders fo-
iron and steel products are not .r
Ill cotton goods the dcm.i nil is rather
more active with tho price f the rn
material advanced. No marked change
appears in demand for woolen piKxl-
but there is increasing ap:iehensi..ii
shown by agents regarding tho exteu
tlve sales of foreign woolens.
Failures for tho weak have boon 'JSU
In the United Status and 13 in Canada.
JfiiW Yohk Aug 24. Tho following
table compiled by llradstrcot's shows
the clearances at tho cities named ami
the percentages of inwooseor decrease
as compared with the corresponding
1 lilcano ..
Mivor . . .....
St. Jineiih .. ......
Vicliitii . ..
Ino. j Doe.
si in. si
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ooloek yesterday afternoon. The en-
tire central portion of tho oity was in
total darkness in coiiHt-quonce of the
elee.rie street lights liaringbeen short
Ttvmity linuiiiU 1'imikIiI.
llltAiiKolili l'.i Aug. 21. Iliek
Moure of St. I'iiiiI and Hilly Ili-uncs-ey
of l.otoii fought twenty i omuls ton
ilniv hero last night before the t'en-
tnil Athletic club ilnth men wore
well matched lleunes-ey broke his
right bund in the thirteenth round
but gamely Continued tho tight.
U'lintfit to Kill an Olllriiit.
San I'bamim'o Aug 'l Andrew
(. (dlin-.. 'a discliurgi d Southern l'acille
lultorer vlsitetl the general otllcos of
the ruilroud this afternoon with tho
uvowed purpose of killing Kupriin-ti-mlent
1 illiuoro who Is acting as
general munagor. A rnilrood detec-
tive arrested tho crunk.
Ssife lukfTH CoiiMillflate.
I'noviliB-xcK it. I. Aug. 28. Tho
Mosler Safe company of llainllton
OhloTtho Mosler Snfo and Lpak cum-
pauy of Cluoiunati and the Corliss
Safo company of this elty have boon
consolidated under the nnnio of tho
Mosler Safe couipany of New York
with a eapitul stock of $1000000.
BATTLE" WITH OFFICERS.
OlM-of tin' I'nt;lllto unit n Doputj-Nliot
So llir Iti'liifnreriiiPiiM Si-nt In Otf
Jlamliul'i l'riim Hot ti Hie tiiitliu
'li-rrltory anil Oklahoma to
At lpp I'luini (int for Unix I
ami All Time
AnmioftK. Ok Aug. 21. Tho no-
torious Christian brothers who es-
caped from the jail lit Oklahoma City
a few weeks ago. at which time they
killed City Marshal Jones of Oklahoma
City who endeavored to stop them are
now surrounded with their followers.
by a posao of United States officers of
the Indian and Oklahoma territories
six miles west of l'urcell.
An encounter between the outlaws
and marshals took place at daylight
this morning in which Hob Christian
and Deputy .Marshal Ilockerof l'ttrcoll
were Ixith" shot. Tho marshals woro
forced to rot rent. United States Mar
siml Stowo teoeived the following tel-
egram from the United States commis-
sioner at l'urcell.
"To Stowo Marshal Send all depu-
ties possible on iirst tt tt in. lhvvo
Christian gang surrounded six miles
west of here. l'Mght this morning.
Deputy I locker mid Itob Christian
shot. (JutoU work necessary.
"United States Commissioner."
A special train lvft at onoo bearing
astrongpo.se of United Status officers
Oklahoma is also sending assistance.
LIQUOR DEALERS GIVE UP.
I'Iib New York Aniix-tuttim' Mf-inlit-rs
Will Nut l'iKlit tint NiiiiI.in lin
Nkw Yohk Aug. si. At n meeting
af the excise committee of the Wine
Liquor and Deer Dealers' association
of New York and other members of
the association to-day a resolution
was unanimously aitopteu declaring
"that on mill aftr Sunday Septem
ber 1 all members of the association
ihall close their plnees ot business on
Sunday and any me.nber of the aaso-
eialion who shall thereafter open his
ilaoe of business In violation of title
resolution and in violation of the law
hall forfeit all h's rights privilege
md Ik-iu-IUs as a member of s.ud asso.
REMOVAL CALLED FOR.
( ' lurlmi NiiilTiiril Jin)' lie Dlnplaceil
fur lite Mlmrl.iK'.
siiixmov Aug. " 4. Secretary
Carlisle Iris ordered the fm warding to
the president of the leport of Willluii)
K. Meters expor' treasury uec uutjut
hi the ease of Ainortli 11. Spofford.
the vener.ib'e liiinriun of eongrei.s.
ind has reeoiii'ueiided that Mr. Spof-
ford Ik- ii-moved. and 'li.it propvr
I'e be taken to reumvr tho full
liimunt of the deficit of ".l.'i.OOu found
SUICIDE OF J. W. WALKER.
Was it 1'romlnr-nt llnliirs Man of St.
KATSAB CtTV. Mo. Aug. 24. J. W
Walker n promitumt business man of
St. Joseph Mo. committed shlchlo in
hU room at tho Midland hotel soir.-j
time Thnraday. Ho enmo to tho ho-
tel about lo o'clock Thursday morning
registered and went directly to his
room. Nothing moro was soon of him
nntil 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon
whpn the door of hl. mom was forced
and he was found dead. I'rt.n all Indica-
tions he had taken a largo doso of car-
bolie acid and tiicn shot himself be-
hind tho right ear with a 88-callber
On n dressor ntthe foot of tho lth
tub sat an empty glass and n bottle
whioh had eontnined carbolic ncld
Mr. Walker's clothes were on tho Soor
by tho bath tub while he reposed in
the tub on ids back. A pistol lay at
his right side. Tlioru wits an ugly
Wound just behind his right en.- llf.t
lips were blackened by belli-; burned
Mr. Walker left no letters to ex-
plain why ho took his own life. His
business revorses arc supposed to havo
had a great influence In that direction.
.Mr. Walker said she could give no
reason for the rash act.
l'rnsslii Arlil Itiuln UiiluippliiriiK.
St. Doris Mo. Aug. 2t. After
writing a note. In which she said that
she was tired of living In diu-kucssnnd
without friends Miss Charlotte Field
stenographer for tlw Tilden Chemical
company swallowed prussio aeld Wed-
ncsd.'y night and was dead wln found
jostorday. Sho was a leading bicycle
btvtliusinst and was well liked in soci-
ety. She tried to kill herself In May
lsMI but Taled.
IS GETTING MONOTONOUS
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH CONSULS
VIRTUAL PRISONERS IN CHINA.
MARINES ARE CALLED FOR.
I'nmuinmlrr Ncwilt Aminlug to SInkn
a LiimlltiK Mini)' (MiIiic-mi CuiiVerls
Itiitrhprril In tint Anonnll on Dm
Amrrlrnii Jlimlon Wliut llin
Knj en the Siilijrct.
To the Top of Miittorluiriu
Hostov Aug. '21. Miss Annie S.
Deck a famous mountaineer cables
frum Xurmutt Switzerland that slio
luih climbed to the peak of the Matter-
horn a feat for which she had been In
training for years. It Is suld that
only two other women havo done this
Miss Hrouiort of Now York and
Miss Carrel daughter of a Swissguldo
Tho tup of tho mountain is 1 1.70. feet
nbovo tbo sea lovol and Inmost dllllunlt
Wnlkliig Thruii'li Ainrriru.
St. John Kan. Aug. 2-4. William
Ford of the Central News association
of London passed through here to-day
on his trip around Noith America on
foot lie left tho Sportsman's olllce In
Iondou August 11. 181H on a wngerot
ItSiOt) to make the trip on foot around
T.ON-ixiN' Aug. SI. A special dis-
patch from Shanghai says that tho
members of tho commission which re-
cently left Foo Chow for Chong-Tu in
srder to Investigate tho recent massn-
sro of nilsslonarlcs there nro virtually
prisoners nnd thnt Couimnndor Nowoll
af tho United States cruiser Detroit
has gone to Clieng-Tu to consult with
Mr. J. C. lllxon tho United States eon-
ml at Foo Chow who Is the loading
iiembor of the commission about tho
landing of marines for his protee.lou
ind for tho protection of oilier mem-
bers of the commission.
Another dispatch from Shanghai
mys that many Chinese converts were
butchered when tho American mission
)titstde of Foo Chow was attacked anil
llio ohapel and school wrecked by an
infuriated mob us cabled from Hong
Kong early during the morning of
August 22. It repents that Command-
it Newell of tho united States ernlser
Detroit has gone to Cheng Tu to eon-
suit with Mr. J. C. HUson United
Stotes consul at Foo Chow to see about
tho landing of marines for his protec-
tion and for tho protection of tho
tnombcrs of the commission investi-
gating the massacres as the latter mo
Tho dispatch adds that tho Chinese
jlllclals aro jubilant at the defeat Of
tho elf oris of tho American and lli'it-
Ish consuls to obtain an open Inquiry
into tho massacres. It ls tils said
that the delay Is giving tho I'liluoM
time to prepare a dUfouso for tho prls-
"EMK1 fWj L
lll(ik In Ihineur
CLr.vnf.ANli Ohio Aug. 24. At 1
this morning lire broke out in the
Williamson block on the southeast
corner of the public square. At I: SO
o'clock almost without warning the
building burst into n sheet of Humes
nnd it was seen tha. the building was
doomed. Adjoining the Williamson
block on tliu north U 'he Cuyahoga
block n magiiitlceut ten-story build-
ing and one of the costliest and Hand-
somest in tile city. The building is In
imminent danger and the tine block
on Euclid avenue to tho east of (lie
Williamson block are doomed. livery
fire engine in the elty is at the svenu.
(llllltt Hull 'l;'it.
Cltll'i'I.-CHKliK Col. Aug. 21. There
ls nothing to indicate any deviation
from the program announced to occur
st Ulllett to-day. nnd apparently ike
bull light will be held despite the
threats and prutesta'loni of the Hu-
mane society. Tho projectors of tha
iicita exhibit grvnt oonnd--iie that the
governor will In no wa interfere and
they even claim that he may accept
their invitation to be prisent
No Crop ltulliHln.
Washington Aug. 21.- The chief of
the division of statistic of th- -i ' "1
tural department dot-lares that tii
has been uo dlsitohes of an I. m.l
whatsoever since August lo. relatm;
to crops and their condition .inthoi--iml
by any one connimtoU with the di-
vision. This Is alllrmed nnd vcritied
by the secretary.
Frank A. Magowan a Now Jersey
millionaire and Republican leiulor has
been arrested for ulienat'ng tint ntTao-
tions of the wife -of John Albert
Karnes 6uperinte.ndt.-nt of tho Kastern
Kubber company. In which Magowan
owned a controlling interest.
A IIimiiii for CnliiMi-li
Toi'KKt Kan. Aug. -i4 'the tnovo-
uieut in fnvor of Judge Henry C. Cnld
well of the United StaU'S vlrcult court
for president In ll)i on the Republican
ticket bus been revived. He will visit
horo next Tuesday on business con
noetod with tho HsnUi Fe rocelvorshlp
mil this is likely to bo made the ooetw
lion of u demonstration by free silver
Oiou and tailroad employes.
Cnrpet Vmu-r Win it Strlku
I'Hil.AiiHM'HH Aug. 81. -Tlio In-
grain uarpqt weavers of this city ivlio
itruck sevoral weeks ago for nu ln
sronae of 7 per cent in wage lutvo
won tho flghU Of the Hoo firms in
volved nil but twenty have slgnud the
aew i.cale granting the advance nnd
tho remainder will doubtless follow
mlt at an early day. About 5000 op-
eratives were interested.
Dlil Ilo C'liune llin ISxptiMlim.
Dknm.u Col. Aiig. 2l The latest
theory regardlug the Cuinry hotel ex-
plosiou is that It was Mr. Cuinry In-
iteud of the engineer who caused the
explosion. It is claimed that Mr.
'.iviHiry knowing that hi engineer was
irinklug msr have gone down to seo
if the boiler eud plenty of water in It
ind. Hading that none showed in the
water glass may have turned on tho
I'li-rlng l'riiiii llugr fires.
RpoKtNB Wash. Ang VI.- Ilalu
which fell on Tuesday and Wednesday
temporarily checked the forest tires
hut yesterday the Humes broke out
afresh. Many campers and prospect-
jrs who have liean out in the foiesls
aro arriving here. All tell of being
acr taken by the fierce rush of flumes
ind compelled to llc for safety.
UIHihI lo lliiiMis
liuAND lUi'iiMi M'ch. Ang. 'It 1)-
toctive (leorge W. I'owwr was shot
and killed this morning oh a Lake
hhore truin. by two men wlwm ho was
attempting to arrest on snaplekm of
Ihiug the lenuville tram ronoors.
Tliu baiidilo jumped olf and niaitw their
Mavroyem lJey. Turkish lninister.
aSthslnootrgos were perpetrated A Nrbru.ki. Town Hre hnrnpt.
uin AiHoricans at 'tMrsim. tisf-miLA add. Aug. ai. ihb wnuiu
A motiui luu iMim miilii in lain ilm uHithttdeof the square washliruwl
suifur iKiuiity cruets from Comptroller ! to-tlsv wltli the exxeplict of the
Dowler directly to tiuurotary CurlUle. Uiseeola bank. The U is over $10000
An uiisHctisful aUompt wa made ' nd les than Ji.owi Insuranca nio
tihold up tht St. IhiuU kouth-bound iStr.miberg and Shelby fire companies
Ariimeil of Nlntrr .Murilrr
MiN.VMAfoi.iH Minn. Aug. IS. Mrs
Norn 1'crkln. was orrested last night
charged with tho murder of her sister
Mrs. Louise Hnwktns tho supposed
motive for tho alleged crlmo being tho
fact that -Mr. Hawkins hail 7.000 In
surance on her life
Iiiiplrmi fit Vnri!ioui-ii Ii-tri) l.
Mniwiv M) . Aug. Sl.Flro do
itroycd. two linpieinoiit wurohonscs
with contents lu tha rear of tho busi-
ness portion of the town early this
morning Ity tlirv olTortM of the llio
ilunartmcut the town was saved. The
origin of thu tiro is nnkunwn.
tine Nrliriiakii It.lllilll Cillllit.
Noirrii 1'i.attk. Neb. Aug. !.
(icorgo W. Ostrander thu Lincoln
Duuuty farmer arrested for unmplicity
ill the Union l'lietllc hold-up has been
fully Identified by tho engineer of tho
(JliliMgu lloinl at Tr.i ts
rjltlOAno. Auu 8 Tfiafultowliijli th ruimn
cf l.rlfoiiif Hi" isllu nnd iruvwlisi inariot on
uro neeossnry to keep the feel cool and easy in summer. Tho Indy is evident-
ly A'oll pluasod with her's which are all that a perfect summurshoo could be.
Thoy can easily be duplieattd in our stock which consists entirely of "can't bo
beaten" goods. Dow shoes low- prices but high qualities describe our goods
III a few wonts. Those who have worn our shoes praise them most strongly
and the tesllmnin of experloncu ls conclusive. Join tho croud of witnesses to
the superiority or mir siloes In value sij le fit and wenr
Eisenschmldt & Hetscli
Exclusive Shoe Dealers
118 West Oklahoma Ave.
pairing Neatly Done.
Jtalii In Sim-rat Stntcn.
Kansas Crrr Mo. Aug. 21. Light
showers ore reported from North and
South Dakota Dodge City Knn. I'l
1'aso Texas Montana Omaha Neb
Chicago nnd Springfield Mo. Daven-
port Iowa received a good soaking
nil n of mora tlmu three inches.
An lUlltor Clvitii Thrt-e Year.
Sofia Aug. 21. The editor of the
Kvoboda lias been tontenced to prison
for three years for publishing an arti-
cle declaring that i'rinoo Ferdinand
was morally responsible for the mur-
dt'- of Stambulou.
1'uiiln lii a L'liurch.
VikxA Aug. 24. During tho oelo-
brution of mass in a churuh at lloga-
eno tislleis a panic nascausesl by
tlie upsettlug of a taper. During the
confusion three persons were killed
aud many injured.
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Kuniiiit Cltj- (imlii ami rrmliiue.
Since cholera has appeared la Japan
K'i..Oo deaths from the dii-Be have oc-
curietl. 1'ostoUlcit receipts for the thirty
Urges! cities for July s'tou an increase
Hurry Moigan. Jim N'orvnll and
William Muxneld en-uH-d from the
like lounly Mo jail.
limited train at Hoidenholinsr Texas.
The notiou of the Ohio Democratic
convention on the llnaneo ijuostlon is
regarded tit Washington as tin admin-
Father liaruhum just in from
Alaska says that an I'ugmh survey
Were eiilled ami responded.
Krotrh Xnniif urum r. Will I'lslit.
I'UKDHK Aug -I U estimated
that afiJ30f) mill workers are nut on a
strike. Tho manufacturers met this
'afternoon nnd ( jjhod an agreement
ing party Is busy running a now noiuo.ivancowogBnm-f i pv..u.
bouniliuv line. o as to bent Dnelu Km ot .f00 for a violation of til's ttgrco-
out of tho Yukon gold fields
Wheat -Nn. I hsnt. tie. Nu. t KMlmr Vc Na
Ikari17'!;e) 3)I-:N'ilI W; UtO t;So.
t 'Wi-; Nu. 4 Ms; rsfaptMl. ft) ic; wirail. 1 oir
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fprluas kshns '-0. (iwiaiut waula.1 S tloi
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lloltar-Hxlru 'aary Miwrator I7os fair
JUitelMAii Unlrr Uuer. bim. Hot 'sir.
1; itjr packed. tili. ViiHc; oi
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lsjtstliot sto yt luutul ia ear I0U1 fancy
laraj. 'ilo ir lUl ; 'CA3 k- In a small war-
saw wet ttUtud ! (tOc jHir buihel In luali
' I.lvn Stork.
The Wluwlnie ore rupmMtaU re mIni
IhSkMd Imw( siut exrxtrt DIMM . .. luO)
TWinaanil Imltau a(sr tft)
1'aias aicl Inillan cowt . . 2.37V
.. aiOl iuilftra .1.11
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Mitckarj una iw.lw uu.
Calrot... .... AM
llotw-d'iSM-lpt ); (hlppe-d leilardaf
l.fvy. TT10 innrVnt i rutin to &c tiUbir bat
loyl weak. XI19 top Jlo a llil aud tlt
bulk (sUm from 11 ta ll.ft '.
Stoi-p Itocrh-tt Ms dilppad yenltrday
tiiltt (liw inarlu;i -.- dull sad about ftaadr.
Mital Ollli-rnt DUi-rcillt the Dlnpitt) lira
WAsinxnToN Aug. 21. It Is snld
hero that "Kit Cheng" Is incnnt wher-
ovor Cheng Tu is used in tho London
dispatch as Cheng Tu ls thu sconu of
the Juno ilots and 1400 miles from
I'oo Chow. Nuvnl olllclals though
without information themselvoa nro
Inclined lo dlsurcdit tholuforiuatluii In
Acting .Secretary McAdoosnld it was
observed that dispatches of tills char-
acter camo by way of London wlillu
another high naval o Ulcer sntd that
there was an evident Intention on tho
part of (i rent Hrltain lit the whole Ku
Cheng affair to get tho I'uitcd Mutes
government to pull chestnuts out of
the lire ami pointed to tho fact thnt
there did not suem to be any anxiety
on tho pint of (Irent llrituln to land
troops or to be In limine haste to force
DISCUSS THE BIG FIGHT.
feint' (ii-ripr mid SliiirlfT Oilicll Try
to Krlllit tho I'riililrm.
AfSTiS Texas Aug. 2l.-Oovornor
Culberson has made public some cor-
respondence between hlmsulf and
Sheri IT Cabell of Dallas county nntuit
the Corbett-Fitzsimmons light. Tho
;orrcspondence was oponiid by Oov
irnor Culberson iiiteri-ogating tho
iherilf as to whether he Intended to
iblde by the decision of Attorney (jon
eral Crane holding tho prize lighting
law valid or as to whether it was his
intention to exorcise all tho powor
vested In him to prevent tliu light.
Sheriff Cabell's reply ls that whilo ho
did not ask for tho opinion ho ls will
lug to ubldu by It and will. He oltes
bow-over that the criminal statuta de-
fining prl.c fighting in nk os it a misde-
meanor and not n felony and asks tho
governor under such circumstances
would ho bo justified lu using such
force ns may be necessary even If It
required the shooting down of citi-
zens and would the governor itdvlso
Ill reply to Ca bell's letter the gov-
urnorsnys: "At the proper time what
foreo may be neectsnry and deemed
expedient to guard against failure
will be used to prevent this proposed
Infraction of the laws of tho state. "
Cabell's lnterrogutory as to whether
the governor would sanation saoollng
of citizens was rather a hard shot for
Tolas' "young governor1 and he very
promptly replied that he would not at-
tempt to answer tho (uetlon. but
would refer It to the attorney general
for his legal opinion which will m
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Que'ensware Tinwarepil
111 North Second St. Germaitfand English Spokon "
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Uunirn K10111I111; fur Olllir.
p B.M.i I.akk I'tah Aiig. HI. The
Halt Lake county Hepubllcnii conven
tion has nominated five candidate for
thu state senate and ten candidates fur
tho house of renrese 11 ta lives. Among
tho nominees were Mrs. Mllle It. l'ar-
deu fur the scnuto aud Mrs. K. 11.
Wells for the houso of representative.
A 8ouiif'Iiurjr Ctuli.
Jf.vkkiwox Oitv Mo. Aug. 51. A
Hound Money club has boon organized
hero with a membership of about IOCS
GUTHRIE NAT!t)NAL BANK.
Capital - $50000
Surplus .... 10000
f lltractvxs In aC-Mtloa to Hank 00lc
IIOKACK UHKKt) ROUT. MARTIN KNRY DlNN
W. J. HOB8FA1 i t;ehor.
Right Under Your Nose
Reliable citizens that yoi
know personally insist up
Danderine. the Hair Grower.
Kco our tettimoniala and
reference. Will you be-
lieve though one is raised
from tho dead?
M. L. Tl'KKKU. 1'rotldent OKO. 1&. IlIliDlNtiSLRY (asbl.r
QapiTaL National B'anK
Capital fully paid : $50000
Undivided profits 50 in U
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK Prop's.
First-class livery barns at Btlllwater and Orlando. Tbo best of teams and
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KNQWLT0N DANDERINE COiUlways ready to start at any time in tho day and roturn at your ilcasurp
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 68, Ed. 1, Sunday, August 25, 1895, newspaper, August 25, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73417/m1/1/: accessed May 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.