The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 54, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 4, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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oiriuiAt. bluiAN o Oklahoma DRttotiitAtls.
OFFICE Or rCBUOATZH -tAftKIBOlt
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4 1890.
When Up Town Call on
AND GET A DRINK OF ICE-WATER.
Whlio there It will bo
to your interest to get
what' Drugs yon need.
Wo Buy and Sell foi
Cash and will give bel-
ter prices than anybody.
Kill your insect
The Only Line of Cigars in -the City.'7
COUNTY REPUBLICAN CANDID-
ATES IN A SWEAT.
ARE WORKING BOODLE SCHEMES.
To Cnpture County Olllces Nineteen Can-
didates In the City Agtilmt Six I'rum
Outside Dlstrlcts-Olil Wnnl lilng
Lotlnc In Control ot Their Korcn
Mid HmanhlnB Slates Some
There is a juicy amount o( red un-
ci otted blood on the moon in the. Re-
publican camp and razors harpoons
and other implements of warfare are
being dextrously used in the ranks of
the radicals. Every four Republicans
in the city of Guthrie it appears
want a county ofllce and no small
amount of plugging is being ilonu In
tho different wards of the city. To
night the city wards will hold pri-
maries to select delegates to the county
convention and Borao red-hot hot-stuff
will bubble to the surface.
There are nineteen Republican can-
didates for county offices in Quthrie
and but six In the outside townships.
Tho result is the country people are
very wratby and declare thai the
QuthrlftJb&9f ers-MUl bo Ignon'.mously
downed In the convention. l oTSirJH
Tipton Rhinehart Stapleton and
Crocker are working like beavers and
knifing each other at ovcry turn. So
far. Rhlnoljart haying made poncos-
$jJp;' tf) tho sq called second ward
ring. s playing in the lead For regis-
ter of deeds Kinoald lias tho best of
the deal looking towards tho nomina-
tion with John Rodgcrs second Oris-
wold third and Painter Furrow Car-
penter and Nelson straggling- along
behind. Por county attorney Strang
seems to have the beat show with
Huston second ami Holland Saothora
and Plokurd energetically playing for
place. A big flglil is on In the Second
ward over attorney and Holland has
tho ring badly scaled As it result bo
will receive the first ballot. The fight
is really between Strang and Soot-
horn but Strang having the support
of the business men will likely gobble
Postar Holes Goodrich all want
the nomination for probata judge.
Goodrich by working the bluff racket
hus secured sover.il score or more
pledges but Foster is roally tho only
candidate in the field since Holes is
half willing to accept the proposition
of the ward committee and draw off
tho tiolcut for the payment of u cer-
tain sum together with tho money bo
has spout in forwarding his candidacy
Winflold Smith having bought up
Porkjns and the GtuWb for 30. Is
making a Jiasty orfiftass for 'cwnty
superintendent ' llnr oppononts are.
Miss Ilosworth Dodd and lloylo. The
latter Is not in It neither Is Smith
and Ilosworth stands the best show
for the nominuUon. ;
Dr. Slocum It Is said is willing to
tako tho nomination. for aorouer while
Rittorbusch Mabon and Bradley aro
working like Trojans for tho nomina-
tion of treasurer. Ritterbusch lias
the beet of the go so far. For justice
ot the peace Jackson Nichols Saddlor
and five other negroes are wording for
the nomination. Morgan will bo the
.only white contestant in the conven
tion unless Boles having recoivod ills
expense monoy decides to enter (.be
field for justice '
Exactly seventeen negroes Want to
be the constabulary nominee and since
tho darkies were betrayed and knifed
by tho Illy whites during tho last oily
campaign causing a lambtstal soro
ncss they aie likely to get a orumb or
Gardner refused to ontor-the raoo for
attorney since tuo lloiianu iacuon
threatened to U60 his Kansas record
whllo McCabe wants no elective office
but Is willing to do what ho can to fur-
ther Painter's candidacy and receive
tho appointment of deputy rrglstor.
In tho Fifth ward tho negroes aro
oxperlcncoing the usual happy time.
Perkins is posing as tho Moses and
sometime since ho inaugurated a S25
ticket that Is ho agreed to build a
county ticket in tho Guide and placo
thereon tho name of ovcry candldalo
who gavo htm $25. Bo far Perkins has
boon successful in elongating tho limbs
of Smith 935; Huston $25; Nelson SIS;
Staplcton 815 and Atlierton 885
Greer of the Capital and other negroes
are opposing this izar-like position of
Perkins but so far Perkins aided andJ
nbottod by the uncrushable Smith has
tho juicy end of tho deal
All tho candidates aro spending
money and oozicg promises like gold-
bugs and in the majority of casus
the heolors who havo beet "fixed"
have heon kept drunk in ordor that
tboy may not bo "unfixed" before th
county convention assembles.
In tho Second ward a desperate fight
is on. That Is tho "statesmen's ward"
and every word counts. Slates are be-
ing smashed with reckless abandon
and hell is flowing down tho gutters.
Barnes and II. S. Cunningham are put-
ing up a liberty-bleeding fight to
maintain their positions.
Since Barnes wants to bo governor
and Cunningham attorney general it
Is necessary to keep tho different wards
of the city intact for futuro purposes.
Singularly enough Stono. and tho old
gang aro playing in with Barnes to boat
Speed and keep him out ot tho conven-
tion but Speed is oily and well trained
and shoots tho chutes with a divan
poise and a feathory heart. Both the
Barnes and Speed factions have built
slates but tho slato from this ward
that promises to hold If money talks
bears tho names of Holland Pointer
and Staploton. It is purposed to humor
Holland at first then ticklo Scothorn
ending in tho nomination of Strang'.
Tho big fight all over tho city Is being
mado on Huston and Painter. Painter
by tho way is the best young man
among all tho candidates and why ho
should be sacrificed is hard to under-
stand. However ho promises to de
velop some secrot strongth and fool a
number ot people. Speed is malctug
a stand on his tax cases and will ro-
cetve support on that account.
The Republican candidates have bcon
busv electioneering for over three
months and every ono has been pros
cnt at all tho negro fan langocs and
barbocuoa held In tho county. It is no
uncommon sight to see a white Repub-
lican with his arms fondly embracing
a sweating negro with tho thormom-
oter at 00 degrees Importuning his
support. Yesterday at tho negro bar-
beauo hold In East Guthrie ono hun
dred whi to Republicans wero present
and spent their monoy freely. AU the
candidates aro adopts at negro-loving
and tho negroes including Etherldgo
don't seem to mind It. Tonight tho
ward primaries will be hold and sorao
stubborn and vlolont battles aro looked
for. The country delegates according
to reports will come to tho convention
loaded for tho city heolors and a Ro-
HEW METAL FOB COINS
PURE NICKEL FOR NICKELS AND
ALUMINUM FOR CENTS.
EXPERIMENTS TO BE MADE
Ono and rwo CJont llrtmie I'leeos to 111
Minted n nit I6narliin!lil llio Ail-
vnntngo Claimed 14 Ilia (Irnttcr
llarttnoj. DnmuMly ami Dlv
Unfitness of Impressten
Democrats . Ulnlni tho State by Fitly
Spootal to Dally Leader.
Kansas Cm Aug. a. A Montgom
ery Ala. special says:
Kloetion today qulot all over the
tato. Returns comtng In slowly.
Stato Democratic committee claim
stato has gono Democratic for John
son by 50000 majority. Populist com-
mittee claims stato by 1S.000. In
Montgomery county tho whites polled
a full vote having cast about 00 por
cent of tho votes polled. The Repub-
lican leaders sent out word to tho
negroes not to vote which accounts
for the small negro voto polled thero
The negroes who had voted up to that
tlmo votod tho Democratic ticket.
Washinotoh Aug 3. -ExperimonU
with pure nickel and alumliinm as
substitutes for the present nickel
pleees and I and 2 cent bronze pieces
will be made at the mints by order
of Director Preston during September
or October. A resolution was passed
by the house t representatives au-
thorizing such experiments. It was a
joint resolution requiring the sn no-
tion of the senate to give it effect but
Mint Director Preuton feels jnstlilod
in trying the experiments as they
will cost but little under his general
There is some doubt whether the
actual adoption ot a now metal for
tho minor coins will be recouittiended
at an oarl.r date by the treasury of-
ficials even it the experiments proves
successful. The objection to a eliango
in nuy form of coins or notos Is tho
disposition of the public to refuse the
old forms uud insist upon having the
now. This would drive into the mints
for recoinage $14000000 in nickel
pieces which are now in circulation
aud S7o00000 in pennies. Tho ad-
vantage olaimeit for pure nickel iu-
stead of tho alloy now used in D-ccnt
nieces is its greater hardness dura-
bility and distinctness ot impression.
The ooinage of 8o000uo btandard
silver dollars which was recently
ordered bv Secretary Carlisle will
not Interfere with other coinage worlc
Tho ooinage of gold double eagles
will bo carried on during the comtng
fiscal year at Philadelphia and San
Francisco. Tlio troasury is constantly
receiving gold bullion from the mines
mostly at San Francisco and con-
tinuous ooinage is required t j prevont
tho accumulation of bullion ovon
nil on there is no obvious reduction of
tho amount on hand as the result of
coiungu work. Double eagles aro
coined for the most part because they
absorb moro gold with less work on
the part of the mints and aro
torrod In most gold transactions.
The silver dollars in the treasury
coined under the Sherman law wero
about $20000000 at the beginning of
tho present administration but havo
now shrunk to loss than $10000000.
The redemption of Sherman notos in
silver dollars lias readied the amount
of $27881722 or more than the entire
coinage under the (Sherman law lirlor
to lb3. Most of the prone nt standard I
dollar coinage is being executed at;
I'mfctior A ml roll's ltalloon
Stockholm Aug. 3. Nows has been
received lrom Spitsbergen that Pro-
fessor S. A. Andreo's balloon has been
filled and was roady to start on July
27 As tho oxploror had planned that
his preparations would nil be com-
pleted and his balloon filled by the
first weolt In July It scorns probable
that soino unoxpeoted obstacle has
been mot with in completing tho
Ileml Chopped Open Willi an Ax.
Klkiioiin' Neb. Aug. 2. As a result
of tho rccont school election here
William Clark was probably fatally
injured by being Struck on tho licntl
with mi ax in tho hands of Goorgo
Frost. Botli aro wealthy farmers.
Frost is n school director and Clark
accused Frost of falsifying tho soliool
records. A warrant wns placed iu an
officer's hands but Frost eluded hhni
WE ARE HAVING A
GOME AND SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE.
EISENSCHMIDT & WEOKEL
118 WEST OKLAHOMA AVE.
Cupid's Hlmft Strides Late.
Louisvim.- III. Aug. 3. Wesley
Golden ouo of Clay county's prom-
inent farmers who has reached tho
ripo age of 70 was married hero yes-
terday to Mrs. Francis Crooks who is
0.1 years old. Both aro widely known
and very prominent iu this county.
Ask Walcott to llesln.
Dbnvkii Cola Aug. 3. An evening
papor states that a meeting of lead-
ing Republicans was hold which de
cided to demand tho resignation of
Sonntor Wolcott on account of his
support of the Republican national
$15.00 Line of Suitings
-- $5.00 PANTS
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY I
First-Class Cutters and Tailors in Our Employ.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
H. L. COHEN THE TAILOR.
Klopo. With TlINi Cora Turnln.
JKrn;itsoNvii.t.i! Ind. Aug. a. W.
W. Douglass sporting editor of tho
Louisville Courior-Journal and Miss
Cora Etta Turpin of Louisville Ky.
oloped to this city yesterday and woro
married at tho Stauss hotel by Rov.
W. R. bhelt. Thoy are '.oth of' prom-
l'ac Stmttc ot Stowc's Ticket.
This ticket entitles the holder to one chance on a 4
t Warwick Cushion Frame Dlcyclo
Price illO to be drawn Sept. 11800. One ticket given
P with each cash purchase of 11.00 by the
I STOWE HARDWARE COMPANY.
I Hn. .. O. II. 8TOWK. 4
Ohio (Inld Democrat. Confer.
CoLUiinus Ohio Aug. 3. About fif-
teen gold Democrats from various
parts of Ohio aro In executivo session
at tho Neil house as to tho oourso ta
pursue on a nation tlcjcot
publican bolt in tho coavontion is not
an unlikely contingency.'
To the People of Guthrie
And Logan County
3?or the next ten days we are going to offer you
our entire stock consisting of Drugs Patent Medi-
cines Perfumes Toilet Soaps Combs Brushes
Fancy Goods Paints White Lead Oils Varnishes
Dry Paints Window Glass Wall Paper School
Books Envelopes Gold Pens Fountain Pens Ci-
gars Pocket Books Purses Ink Pens etc. etc. at
Below we give you a few: of our prices and all
others will be correspondingly low:
No Action Aznlnnt l'njne.
Chicago III Aug. 8. The special
committee of the Trades and Labor
Assembly appointed some time ago ta
Invostigate the charge against 11. C
Payne of Milwaukee regarding hi1
hostility to trades unions and labor
organisations presented Us report to
that body last night and recommended
that no action be taken. The report
met with vigorous opposition hut was
finally adopted. This action was in-
fluenced by the exhibition of a lottor
Supporting to bo from labor loudors in
htoago but which was not road and
which the oUloers of the ineotiug ro-
fused to make public It is said to
havo rocommended that the assenfbly
tako no nation as a decision adverso
to Mr. Payne would jeopardize labor
interests In Milwaukee. Mi Payne
as a member of the national executive
committee has charge ot the Uepubii.
can headquarters in this city.
llryan ltenles n Humor.
Lincoln Neb Aug. 3. Regarding
the rumor that he hsd promised to
appoint Governor Alttreld Attorney
General Mr. Bryan said last ulghti
"In order to answer once for all
rumors lit rearsrd to places promised
I desire to say that 1 have not directly
or Indirectly promised any office ot
any kind to any person whomsoever
and shall not during the campaign
promise any oflice of any kind to any
-person whomsoever '
KITtlre lUsor YrK
Cripple Cbekk Col. Aug. 4 Frank
Davis killed Robert Pickett last night
euttln hl hed nearly off with a
rasor and also cut May Rivers so
badly that she will die. He then cut
his own throat but it is not thought
the wound is fatal. Pickett was a
donee ball proprietor ami DatIs tho
portur of the plst-iv The woman was
an Inmate of the place aud Jewloasy
auscv he trugedy.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
All dollar Patent Medicines
AU 50c Patent Medicines 85c.
All 25c Patent Medicines 18c.
50c Perfumes 29c
25c Perfumes 15c
Lilly Cream Toilet Soap the
best 10c soap ever offered in the
market 5c a calct . Other soaps
!n$H?0a at ?5.5j. W and
$0.30 reduced from 50.50 7
Linseed Oil !2c per gal.
Black Oil 15c per gal.
Castor Machine Oil 85c per
TIard Oil (bulk) $1 per gal.
Hard Oil (Kerry-Broa) $1.00
Good Onacb Venuoh (gallon
cau 150; forne pi'co 6K.jC'.
Wall naj"r so ceap thfti- Jr '
almot get it for aotlung.
10c Vabtets c; 5c ablets Lc.
5c box Paper 15c 5c Envel-
10c Envelopes 5c a bunch; 15c
Lamps at your own price
Tho govornmont receipts
show n deficit of 8130102 lO.
Near Fayottovlllo Ark. throe little
children of Parmer Smith woro killed
Tho Westorn Uasoball association
lias neon msbanucd. It lost monoy
from tho start.
A llryan and Ho wall free sllvQjvolub
has bean organized a.t Canton Ohio
Major McICinley's home.
Secretary ot Agrloulturo Morton de-
livered a gold standard address before
a crowded house at Omaha.
Two persons woro killed and ton In-
jured at Illrkbeck III. in a railroad
wreck by tho carelessness of the train
Tho Gorman govornmont has set
spies on tho movqmouU and doings of
all tho protninont tociallst leaders of
A man may dress as well as his own
good judgment and tho assistance of
an artistic tailor may elect. lie may
tako his "tubs" but it his dlgostivo
organs aro out ot ordor he will havo
an unwholesome appearance Ills com-
plexion and the whito ot his eyes will
have a yoitowiau oast ins tonguo
will he coated appetite poor his teeth
rusty his breath abominable. Ho is
ono big unmistakable sign ot consti-
pation The quickest surest cosiest
way to ouro this trouble Is to take Dr.
Picrco's Pleasant Pellets. They are
mado of refined concentrated vegota
bio extraots. Nothing in tho Toast
harmful enters Into UioV composition.
Thev hunt down all Impurities and
"make thnm movo on." Thoy are the
product of many years' study and prac-
tice. Dr. Pierce cannot afford to put
foroh a worthless article.
Address with 31 cents In one cont
stamps to cover cost of mailing only
World's Dispensary Medical Aasocia-
tlon Huffalo. N V. and get a free
copy ot the "Medical Adviser"
Outsldors having advertising to do
Perry or Gnthno please write Hrnlth
tho bill distributor box 200. Quthrle
Ok la. IStf
er slBVHPHW) BM(sj
Manufactures all klndB or Vehicles. Pnltitliiff Trimming and
Repairing promptly attOHded to.
322 Sonth Division Streot . Guthrie Ok.
DR. IGNATZ MAYER
10 to IS iu 1 30 to 8 p oi
OUloo over Hoe IIIvo's Now Store 0k. Avo. Outhrlo 0. T.
Practice Limited to Dlseuoa and Surgery of tho
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
Hclentlflcally adjusted to suit tho most complicated cases of Uefecthre sight
lluttast tor Forty Years.
Dallas Texas Auir 3 The awful
heat of yitenluy end for many days
j past eonliuuts to-day indeed it was
.... ...inl nr.iiili. in Ihs sltv. tha
. . . - tTVII. l ''"' 1 --" '- -" "-w
xourciioiceoi overa nunureu thermometer kb.jwmg io7x. or one.
Cloth'bonnd 25c books at 1C half abo v vcnerdav's regster. Oi
fic naner books at 10r I ain who ha'e bc'"u htrr . y .?"?
zoc paper dooks at toe. i lUcy WVVT Unew aBythng i(w jt
Buot's Home Library a 78c before.
book for 4Qc
Dlbltjs Testaments and Pray-
er Books at one-third price.
Toys Novelties and Presen-
tation Goods will go (vir .-Uout
iaf the ustai prlic.
The reasqu. for this hale is what we need your money and our opportunity snould be ypur
ormortunitv. Prom this date NO G OODS WILL BE SOLD ONLY FOR CASH persons know
ing themselves' to "be indebted to us will place us urner obligations o Gm by at qnce settlin;
their acco. its. Very truly yaup fronds
Qumm auq. 4. m.
mj ?;"- -
Two Sisgr. Lehe
Sklia. Ala Aug 3. The two ne
groes WHO at euipieu v swowiuam
Col C P. Turner of this county two
Weeks ao were lynch. ' near tho
I sceae of their ct line last night Thoir
I bodies were found swing. og from a
I bridge this it .ruing pierce lth
My homo property on 408 North
Seaond street and ono lot on North
Iftrat street mut bo Bold right away
as I have buslnots that calls m away.
Mrs Llnnie llooth.
WjrTl7 V - UMI TpV
" &re Built In H M
I6YGLBS.Wst and best
Equ'pprd Fact ry
foil fliiBiTe.lo tbe orld
F. B. LILL1E&CO
The Tudor Iron works of Bost 8
Latils have cloned down indefinitely
JiiTi i nnn man .ne out of wo'JC '1 he
president of Uu company nays
silver agitation Is the cause of
lt doesn't matter much whether sick
headache. blilom.nebfi indigestion and
eoustlpatlon are caust-d by neglect cr
unavoidable clrouniKlanoe; DeWitl's
Llttlo Early Bisers will specd.Uy euro
them all. h II LUMo if Cc.
A fre-h supply ot hammocks and
croquet sets at Mlllo & Co.'s just re-
coivod. Theories of cures may be discussed
at length by hysleisns but tbe suf
ferexs want quick relief; and One Min-
ute Cough Cure will give it to them A
safe cure for children. It Is "tho oul
harmless remedy that produces Imtne-
tlluto results.' V B. Llllie Jg Co.
The U. S. (Jav't Reports
show ?o PWr Pvwihc
Bi 1 1 1 f n r theT are built to stand lor year.
UUL I (J I and to maintain heu e cau ni .11
Wi h.vr r (lUl-tlou ..u
rd i.i -ui.ltlr ai ' h !.. bin :
C-k !-.- that tiratu and money a" or.Kju.e T.ir W-nle .h w i -Oclvluc
(Shelgtits) . Belle ( aud W Iul.) m.ou-utl sssuu Callau....
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INDIANA BICYCLE CO
1NUI NA1'(ILI. I Ml '
EAST HARBISON AVEItUE
H. H. PERRY
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