The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 116, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 25, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OTET.AHOMA
i tered la the port oAce at Qathrlc Okla.
x t Mtf-clAM wall Matter.
lir the Lenrfer feinting Oompmnj
LESLIE O. NIBLACK - - Editor.
'nlj Moraine I'nper I'obllilied lo Uothrle.
Otfalal Organ of Oklahoma Democracy
The OmeUI Orgu ot I.ornn Uoantn
SATUKDAY AlUtIL IS. 1896
I'iik Daily Lkaieii accepts advertis-
ing with the dlitluet and pbiltlve gunr-
inteo that It ha doublo the paid
etroilatlou of any newspaper publltbtxl fn
Tim Lkaiikk Jllndery Uone of the be it
Institutions of the kind In thu West and li
dally turning out large itiantltle of work.
Send In your orders for binding and blank
books urn they will be promptly attended
Une month delivered In city I 40
pee month by mall so
Three meatbi 1 SO
Six utBRth 3 00
One year 0 00
ii months I SO
Jne year 100
To the Democratic Territorial Central
Thore will be a meeting of the dem-
ocratic central uommitlec of Oklaho-
ma at Hi Reno Okla. on Wednesday
April 29 1800 at 11 o'clock a. m for
the purpose of fixing the time and
plaee or holding the territorial con-
vention to select six delegates to the
national democratic convention which
is called to meet at Chicago 111 on
July 7 180C and to apportion the del-
egates for the various counties in said
convention Also to consider the time
and place for holding the territorial
convention to nominate a candidate
for delegate to congress.
The attendance of every member of
tho committee is earnestly solicited.
K L. Dunn Chairman
J. S. Li.ndsbt Secretary.
April l.r) 1800. Democratic papers
Tiik Harrison sentiment in Indiana
Is growing restlesn.
Oklahoma Town has built thirteen
ialtroads within as many weeks and
will soon begin grading for another
Tiik Topeku Capital meed not fret.
Oklahoma will sond a solid silver dele
gation to the Chicago national conven-
tion. Tiik Haines law in New York is
brought out something new in the
way of ten-ioom jags. Every Gotham
saloon is now a hotel.
TIIK riCObl'HUT KOIt CUIIA.
One of the closest students ot the
war In Cuba Is the Now Yjrlc Sun
Nana daily sizes the matter up from
all slduB and thu following from tho
last Issue of the Sun will prove of in-
terest: "The two main divisions of tho revo-
lutionary army have been separated
from each other for several weeks
during which tlmo the division under
(lex Gomez who is east of Havana
has buen unusually Inactive while thu
one under den. Macco. who is west of
Havana lias been in constant combat
with the greater part of the effective
force of the Spunlah army. It had
been the plan of Spain after (louu-z
moved his division in ttie easterly di-
rection to concentrate an overwhelm-
ing body of troops against Maceo's di-
vision crush It completely and put an
end to the revolution in one half of the
Island. lpor this purpose the great
Spanish military scjuuru was formed
urouixl Macuo and was strengthened
with earthworks trenches barbed-
wire barriers and an abundance of
artillery. The Spanish military ex-
perls decided that the square could not
be broken and us the revolutionists
were inside of It it was only necessary
that Spain should wutt for the tittlug
time to full upon them
"Hence when Macuo took the offen-
sive u few days ugo attacked and
broke the Spanish line fought a
pitched battle in which he wus sua-
ucbbful and routed thu largo body
upon which he had fallen he perform-
ed an act which Spain had not been
prepared for. It wus thu most sangui-
nary engagement of the war which
wus fought ivt Lubhusa on April 18
and at tho end of it Macoo retired to a
stronghold in tho maiintuliib noar by
which Spain is not likely to try to cap-
ture. The defeat of Spain upon this
ooeaslon wu a very serious Incident
for her not only because many hun-
dreds of hor men weru killed or
wounded but also because it demon-
strated tho worthloBMiBfcS of thu Span-
ish plan of campaign against the west-
ern division of the revolutionary army
Numerous detachments of Maceo's
savalry have recently crossed the
Spanish strong wall In every diruteion
and huve so often put the enemy upon
me uoienmve us to give the Su.oool
troop along the wall a debilitating
sennit of iiifcwcurlty. Maeeo has given
proof that he In not fenced in; the en-
emy have learned that the war must
go on for no one knows how long.
"Hueh Ik the oonuiUon of military
affairs to the westward of Havana at
'It la vory unlikely that the Spanish
generals will again seek for battle
there before the arrival of the day
whioh is close at hand when the Span-
ish troops must retire to their barracks
for thu summer.
"Tho spring oampalgn has uJotuid
disastrously for Spain and dUeiedtt-
ably or Weylor. It has olosud with
the revolution on the offensive Spain
on the defensive There has not been
a battle or a tight tbatSpain can claim
as a victory The course of the reroln-
tion has not been checked In any one
of the provinces of Cba The tesalt
of last week's engagement ought to
put an end to Spafrh boastlag or the
"We caanot look ahead: but we hare
it upon the authority of tho two ehlef
revolutionary leaders that they do sot
mean that Spain shall get a rest dur-
ing the rainy season. It it their de-
sign to wage war all throsgh that Ma-
son to attack the enemy wherever as-
sault is possible to strike at every op-
portunity to engago in maneuvers and
surprises and to continue at the work
of destroying Spain's resource. In
none of the Spanish campaign In Cuba
have the Spaniards fought during sum-
mer; but they will have no choice in
the mattr during the next three or
"As to the reoent quietude of the di-
vision ot the revolutionary general-in-ohief
Gomez who is to the east of
Havana there is doubtless satisfactory
reason for it and that reason is not to
be found in any fear of Spain. We have
heard that he has been engaged in re-
cruiting his army in the province of
Santa Clara and in bringing under his
immediate command the forces that
have been scattered through I'uorto
Principe and Santiago and In getting
munitions of war or wet weather op-
erations and in making all prepara-
tions or direct co-operation with
Maeeo near Havana. We shall not be
surprised to learn at any time that
there is truth In the reports about him
that have rcahed us. lieore long he
may possibly have full 50000 men for
service against the enemy. With such
an army before Havana Woyler could
hardly be made to believe that he
was safe there.
"Reviewing the situation with the
help of our latest advicos from both
sides we think that the prospect or
brave Cuba is good and even better
than at any other time since the decla-
ration of Cuba's Independence a year
"Meanwhile Wcyler is executing his
decrees in all the regions under con-
trol of his troops. The butchery of
prisoners and of suspects is going on
all the time The wretche J man can-
not win a battle but ho uun kill cap-
tives and pacificos und women; and he
is not ashamed to make report to his
principals In Spain that these helpless
victims were blaln in battle.
"Amid these Spanish horrors we
have never for a moment seen any
sign of thu exhaustion of the revolu-
tion much loss of its overthrow by
tho Madrid government. The news
from Cuba is full of encouragement
or the patriots and their prospects
arc not loss encouraging to their mil-
lions of warm friends in the United
A hitter' Sacrifice.
Euzaiiiith JJ. J. April 24. Two
sisters wero placed upon tables in tho
operating room of the City hospital
here yesterday afternoon and parts ot
tho Hkln from the body o ono girl
wore removed and grafted over tho
raw flesh of the othor. This process
of skin grafting wus continued for an
hour or more und in that time about
thirty square Inches of skin were
transplunted roui one girl to tho
Thu Kliflit Hour Work liny
I'li-iHiuiio I'ii. April 33. l'rosldarit
(Joiiipors was in this city yesterday in
cotiereuce with the local loaders of
the American Federation of Labor.
In uu interview he stated that the
eight-hour movement wus now para-
mount in the minds of labor leadeis.
He said over half a million tollers
would make the demand for v. shorter
day on May 1 and that most of them
woulil got it without a struggle.
Inforiuutloii u to Dili' I'hhu.
Wahiiinoion April "i. The House
on motion of Mr. Tulbcrt Democrat
of South Carolina unanimously adopt-
ed u resolution culling on thu Secre-
tary of Stute for all information rela-
tive to the arrest and imprisonment in
Cuba of Kev. Din. Consideration of
tho I'ickler genorul pension bill was
!!iilou l.uiiihnr Khoveri Win.
Ci.KVKi.AM) Ohio April H For u
time yesterday it looked us if thoro
would be another riot on thu docks
but the trouble was tluully averted by
the union lumbtir fchovors winning the
strike. For the present ut least the
J trouble is over and till Is serene. AH
bouts ure being loaded by union men.
Indium Soil Wyoming Spring.
Laniii.u Wyo. April 9-1. .Mtijor
McLaughlin Indian inspector lias
successfully negotiated thu Hot
Springs treaty. The Indluus ugree to
sell tun miles square embracing the
springs for iOO.OW In live annual in
An IniMiio Pruunher Hang llliiurlf.
Mavsvu.i.k. Ivy. April 81 Kev.
.Tamos K Cnywood a Southern Meth-
odist minister of Sard is uttur here
wus found hanging by u leuther strut)
having eomiiiittod suicide. He wus M
years of Hge uud hud boon married u
number of time. He wus of unbound
When a bshy comet
to thr bouse real hap.
piiu-sH comes. The
t art-.mil an vi4.ii' rwi.ti
S? for tiolhiiie aarainat
c the cliuiMiiL' touch at
I' the little IiHtidM ami
tin hound of the little
oue The hirhi
dilution Kiven U hu-
man lx-iiuf u bring.
wg In mi thy happy
ilnldren it; to the
world Over thirty
yais ago the ueeds
of woiiu u appealed to
Ir Pierce now chic
to thr liivuHjlit' lintel
ana aurRtr.ii institute or Hulialo N. Y.
The result of hi study improved by thirty
yearn of priti tu lseuifx.dud in Dr. Pierce's
J'avonle I'reM nptioii It ntrengtheus puri-
fies and inaV.es healthy the organ di-
MHCtly fvutkiiine. It gives weak women the
strength and health necessary for the two.
Unction of henlthy children and it make the
bearing of those children easy. It is sure to
cure any weakness or derangement peculiar
tp women ; stop pain southue Iufluuima-
tlou strengthen purifies invigorates.
I " MUfrSm
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tit t! m rCJ?
C. H. Kiap. WaWr Valley Hits. eared by
'"Pot fir )Cir 1 Tt- tr ulitold Misery
Jrom urn' nUr rl- in!.vni I titetl every
known rcm-l - i ih- let phyM-etM.Tlit'-.l
II -t -. i w i tliree timet
spending $iww Uim. i . . .-i thx-tort' Mill
bet could obtain "ii i u'rr.ty relief My
Besh was .i!l v.A tint I weighed
only nine!) ti r--.- . rm i-fi arm and
Ur were drawn out ( -Ii.iik- the Mrasetei
tielng twtel tip m i n ' I v - nnaMe to
dren m"'If -i-iikp. and
could olil linlil e ii . i -in- a rane. I
had no apt-titi hhi v. . . .loinred by the
doelorv that I eondl not Iim The pains at
times were o awfu' II at I -nild proeere
rellt only ly menu of liiiermc ln)ee-
tions of tnorph!tif I li ni ni 'unbs bnn4agel
In clay. In sulphur u iu!iies- but then
Bve only temporar) rHuf After trying
ererything. and nflrnng the most awful
torturer. I beg-ui to take Ayer's Ssrsaparllta.
Inside of two inonth. I was able to walk
without a pane. In three month my limbs
began to strengthen and in the course ot a
year I wa ruired M weight has Increased
tu ISA mmi1 and I iln now able to do iny
full da's work as a railroad tiUckMiiltli."
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
J-USlt'S I'Jhl.i) cure JlctiJacu.
Druggist Spring is here and sum-
mer is coming (iive your advertising
matter to Smith the bill distributor.
Leave orders at the Rush or address
box 200 Guthrie. lot
XyVAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all in leavening
Strength. -U.S Clovemment Report
DR. IGNATZ MA YER
IO to ta iu 1 3U to 8 l tn
OHico over JJco Hive's New Store 0k. Ave. Guthrie 0. T.
Practice Limited to Diseases and Surgery of the
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
Scientifically adjusted to suit the most complicated cases of defective Bight.
We have the season's best and latest productions to offer the public in the w.iy of
hats and caps. Not only do we carry all the popular lines but we have the assortment
to select from with every piece of headwear in style and good wearable styles at that.
Quality and correctness of style and color is a matter of course with this assortment.
Wide wholesome margins enable us to set some decidedly reasonable values on these
goods. There is no excuse for wearing an old hat or worn cap when you cm get
something entirely in style and entirely within reach of your means no matter how mod-
est from our superb stock. The sterling qualities of the list cannot be under estimated
and in protecting the heads of our customers from rain or shine we possitively will not be
DAN STUARTS X3FFER
lie lis fUS.OOO to Inilaee Corbet t unit
ITlt. to Come Together.
New Yohk April f 4 Dan Stuart of
Texas has Invited Corbtt and Kits-
Simmons or their representn.lt ree to
meet him on Saturday to sign articles
of agreement. Stuart wit! offer a
purse of 811000 or a glove contest to
be held some time during November
of this year and will guarantee to
fernish a battleground where a fight
an he held wtthewt interference or
forfeit the entire purse to the princi-
pals lirady Corbott's manager has
reeeived a tolegraml from the latter
authorising htm to sign Stuart's arti-
cles. Fltznlmroom Winli None ot (Jorlietl
Ci.vcin.vati Ohio. April 54. Martin
Julian is playing Fitzsimmons here
this week. They were shown thr dis-
patch from Now York about Dan
Suiart Inviting the boxers to meet
him on Saturday to sign articles of
agreement Julian said he had wired
Dan Stuart that neither he nor Fitz-
simmons would be there and that
Fitzsimmons would not recognize
Corbett In tils class until the latter
had ought Sluvin Maher or ChoynskL
A Land I.eRUer Found Dniil.
Dl-HMN. April 2-1. A dispatch from
Mitchellstown. near Cork reports the
death there of the Fenian leader. J S
Casey who was one of the origins.. ors
of the Land league.
less tiMacken' Arnica Halvet
Leader otfialve in the world for cuts
es salt rheum fever sores
l.o'hands tetter nlcors chll-
laink" corns and all Bkin emo
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guarantod to give
perfe t satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 'cents per box. For sale by
Scatonian Drug Co.
rreinlum for I. Ion fiend.
The girl boy married woman or
man bringing and giving us the
largest number of Hon heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers in the month of
April May and June beginning April
1st and all to be brought in by July
1st will be given a handsome Han-
quct onyx-handled lamp valued at
S10 The party bringing the second
largest number will receive a hand-
some chamber-set value SI.
Come to the store and sec the pre-
miums you are to work for.
The Wklsoue UKocEitr.
It's all the same a slight cold con-
gested lungs or severe cough. One
Minute Cough Cure banishes them.
F. 11. Lillie &. Co and Kenfro.
Oklahoma Ave. and First St.
T r z
f' "by "" " -"Bag
T W DukoSons iCo XFTT&nJ
ST WDuko Sons iCo rrxify
rHtKtRKW T0SHCC3C3 J ij vi
Sf DURHAM. N.C U S A Vky
l.gh Grade Tobaceo
Are Not Cheap at Any Price!
Every man to his own trade. Be not de-
ceived by those pretending to take your
measure and procure ou a Genuine Tailor
Made Suit at one-half our price. They are
counterfeits and You are the Loser.
We have the largest stock of Woolens in the
City to select from and challenge competi-
tion as to workmanship and fit.
WILLIS The Tailor.
YUM. YUM IT'S GOOD.
Why. the meat you buy of fi II Owens Sui h u!l lous stuff vou never tasted. He has
all kinds from tender juicy steaks to salt meaN o stert lisli fire.ul butter etc. He has
rooked meant toothat make your mouth water tn look upon You are alu.-ns promptly
walteduiion for Owens knows how He Is the oldest and best buti her n town Started
with Outhrle. He Is hamlv too for lie lias tw.imarktts one at 11(5 Oklahoma avenue
known as the Model Market The other at rst wist Nol.le the Lone btar Price to suit
the timet). Give him acall You are sure to lie pleased
Manufacturer and appllcr of Cole's Asphaltutn Iron Clad Roof Paint. The
best for metal and shingle roofs. Makes shingles like blate. Also put on as-
phaltum gravel sand tar and pitch roofs and lays tho genuine asphaltum
walks and pavements and artificial stone. Old roofs repaired and made as
good as new. Stacks and stand pipes painted and repaired All work guaran-
teed lloet of references.
Mew Millinery Htori
I wish to inform the people of Guth-
rie and vicinity that I have opened a
new luilllarrr store on the south side
of Oklahoma sveoue next door to
Kuaus bicycle store No. 116 where
1 will be found at ail times with a full
line of Fashionable Millinery the very
latest styles from Bvaneville Indian-
apolis lnd. and Loni&ville Ky. Miss
lYarl St. John an experienced trim-
mer from Louisville Ky. will have
charge of the trimming department.
I Un rnrrv n. full lin of Fentherbnnn
corsets the best corset In tho market.
You will slny find our store full of
goods as we believe in carrying a
W'n are always up with the times as
im urn liont Ma tr.i npors to snllelt ti
share of your patronage. J am here to
slay l win invite iiic iuuics to eau
and examine my stock while I would
like to form an acquaintance with
v.. ii Will nlun IhVio t'rfftt nsins in
showing yon through every depart
ment o' my store.
Let all the ladies call on us. Wo
will treat you right one price to all.
Wo expect to deal honestly with every-
linilw II. will lip tn vnnr interest tn
come and see us before purchasing
We will be ready to show goods
March 27 1890. Mns. Lou Hookks.
208 W Okla. Ave. Seatoniau Drug Co
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