The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 5, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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OKF101A1. UIUI M U OKLAHOMA DEfllOOKAOT.
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QOTflBIB OKLAHOMA TUESDAY MORNING JANUAKY 5 1897.
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Drags Paints Oils School Supplies Tablet
PENCILS PAPER AND
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Make No Mistake. But Call On
W. La. RHODR8
Telephone No. 46.
UKO. E. RILL1NOSLEY President.
W. E. HODOKS
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK
Capital fully paid
HOARD OF DIRKCTORb:
A. Q. Brower Capitalist Utlca N. Y. Geo K. BllUngalcy. Uuthrle. O' T.
W. E. Ilodgos Uutbrlo. J no. F.Ston Uuthrle.
Cbas. E. Rllllngiley Guthrie
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
' Is. .ZSjaJLJSw 'Ir" ? jtfi ' -i .Jill. Jt I
Manufactures all kinds of Yehicloa. Faintlnjc Trimming and
Repairing promptly attended to.
i 2 South Division Streot Unlhrlo Ok.
Fresh New Stock of
Drugs 3EEfcijnL-t!S9 OaJLatj
Of all Kinds at 1897 Prices.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hottjl'Royat. ;
Caters to the Best Traded Only. Best. Goods
In Stock all the Time
15-Year-01d Whiskoy and a fullinuCof Standard Cigars.
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 9
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
CAR PUTS CURTAINS
106 E. .Oklahoma Ave.
CHAS. E. HILL1NUSLEY
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
STORM STRIKES TOWN OF
MANY WERE BADLY HURT.
The Urneoiiatle Out of It Hanks unit
DfllltfT Orest Damage Chicago Sb-
erbs Wstllr rooiel.IIeTy
ItHlnt In Bcveral States
llllttant Hafe In the
North nnd Writ
Hhbxveport. I.a .Ian l A tor-
ttada leaving dc.ith mid do notation
behind descended upon the little town
ol Moorlngsport Lb . nt i-io o'clock
Saturday afternoon. Four people w i re
killed outright three are known to
hare been fatally Injured and twenty
others are more or less hurt Four
members of the family ofa Mr (.ood-
man Ave in number were killed.
Moorlngaport is u town of Mxi or
1000 inhabitant situated on the
Kansas City Plttaburg etdulf railroad
twenty-five miles south of Texnrkana
The town is an old one but Its popu-
lation has been considerably aug-
mented by the advent of the.Oulf road
a few months ago.'
The relief train of the Kansas ity
Bhrcrcport and (lulf arrived yesterday
morning with the following named
wonnded who were conveyed to the
hosoital: Mrs. Susan Henri. hmU-
bruised gash in abdomen and skn'l
fractured; Mrs. II. O. Morgan thioo
sealp wounds and body bruised; Mrs.
Morgan's child skull' broken; Emma
L. Morgan skull fractured; Alice
Goodman skull fractured ami broken
arm; I'aralee Goodman bruised body;
Claudo Goodman arm fractured; Mr.
Jessie Goodman scalp wound and
bruised body; Jordan Robertson col-
ored shoulder and arm broken
Two of the four Goodman children
killed were found 100 yards from their
home with their clothes stripped from
their bodies which were bruised and
mangled. Of the number at the hos-
pital Mrs. Morgan's child and Mr.
Head's have little ehanee of recovery.
The wounded are receiving all the at-
tention and care that can be given.
The residence of J. 8. Noel and tho
Methodist church have been convcrtod
into temporary hospitals The path
of the storm was narrow and short
but terrific ill destruction. A number
of horses cattle and hogs were killed.
The body of a man who was blown
from the bridge has been recovered
but Is not identified. A man whose
name is not given is missing. It is be-
lieved he was killed but the body has
not been found.
GASCONADE OVER BANKS.
Cot era Ate Uwttouia at Hlchlanrl Mo.
hoI In Htm Kacln.
St. Louis Ma Jan. 4. The heavy
rain which has been falling in this
vicinity for the p:ist two days contin-
ued until last evening when a eold
wave set in and the temporatur
dropped 30 to 40 degrees in a short
time. The heavy rain? have caused
the rivers on both aides t' 'he Missis-
sippi to riao above the danger roa-k.
At Richland Mo. the Gasconade river
Is all over the low bottoms and is ris-
ing at the rate of one-fourth of an
inch an hour. Hundreds of acres of
wheat and corn in the shook havo
already been washed away. The
river is full of floating rails sawlogs
and railroad tie which represent a
losa of many thousands of dollars.
Cmcaoo. Jan. . Tho continuous
rain of yc&tcrday following without
Intermission tho downpour of the two
prevloua days caused a deluge w hkh
has rarely Lean experienced In ( hi-
cago and Cook county. In the midst
of the city where the drainage facili-
ties were in better shape not much
Inconvenience was felt but in the
outer districts the streets looked more
like ponds than .thoroughfare. and
many basements were flooded out-
side the city many roads were in an
impassable condition and the Holds
were covered with large expanses of
water. Tha Deaplaines river tho Illi-
nois and Michigan canal were ton ents
In a number of localities the former
hurst over it banks and flooded tho
the surrounding conntry
Llttla ltuck L'uder Water.
LiTTLR Rock Ark Jan. 4. Com-
munication was re-established with all
of the towns south of hero on the Iron
Mountain yesterday. The reports in-
dicate the greatest suffering in the
town of Benton where half a dozen
(mail frame houses were de.nolished
and several cars standing at. the sta-
tion were overturned It seems tho
storm was severest In the southern
portion of tha state and it is not un-
iltfely that casualties occurred in s iuo
of the numerous lumber camps ut tlmt
At Little Rook he precipitation was
more than four inches. The streets
Aire looded and in many po tiont of
he eitv water was to the depth of a
'not in buildings.
Heavy fenow lu Tii.
Wichita Palls Texas Jan. 4 The
outh bound psaaenger train due h-re
; lerday at noon has not utna. Iwl
this rioint owing to a 1kh iw
s'orm J the Panhandle.
An Atr ami u Caaat HotrollietJ.
.If ity City K J Jan The en
t'H(.' nn ut fi auuouneed of (. arrie
k. . . '1 till lately a member of I roli-
iriiiu Muwiueradcrs to t unt Ju n
char . . Kuda of liuda Pi-sth the iv-
inony to take plai-o Keliriui- ' ut
the bride w.ll not become the ( .uut -.
Ruda before the death ol tbe count s
A Oroeni at 80 aad ltrlje of t
I)fcEFiEia N II Jan 4 Jacob
ithain. aged tttf ai.1 his housekecjier
Mis lirown agod ti7 were married
here lioth are remarkably vigorous
for their yeara
ENVELOPSD IN A FOG.
TraAe on Land ami Wnlar year .Vow
New ork Jan. 4. -At P o'clock last
night a dense fog which hung over Oils
city the harbor aitd North and liaat
rivers lifted and traffic which had
been impeded on water and land waa
resumed. With few exceptions the
ferries shut down absolutely for the
greater part ol the day and travelers
leaving for the wrt and other point
by way of the Jersey railroad termi-
nals suffered a great deal of incon-
venience and annoyance.
Not only on the water but on land ns
well wa travel impeded by the fog
and the elevated railroads and cablo
cars were obliged to pick their wars
Morphine Iter Iluln.
ClxilATl Ohio. Jan. 4 Miss Hart-
ley daughter of nn undertaker at
Rochester X. . committed suicide
yesterday at Belle Curry's place on
Uroadwjiv She was known here ns
Belle Howard Morgan and. While w ith
Webi r A n-ld raudewlle company
as Helle Weliei "she was addicted to
morphine and took nn ovtulose after
bein; out with lltll lieikernll night
till 4 ii in lleoki i w very wealthy
ntid wanted to inai rj liei. Int sin- sa
she was net tit to mni r Imn
Hie rlnr.l Man Wan
St I oi Jan ) 1' Huit the thl-
ciijjo eoloretl nthleti won the si ilav
heel and to walk.ng match that ended
at mldiii'j-lil Inst nlwtit Thr flnnl
score Unit Mil miles 7 laps; Hoatr-
land. MM m.les. Stephen. ."" miles;
fhidv "7s niil smith jn m s
Mtnern" t .!' I
Masmiion Ohio. J.iii. (. N'otkes
have hem p.mted at all the mines in
the Vussilion distiht of n reduction in
the price or pi( It m.iiiDg fioin i.l to 11
cents pei ton. to i. n form with the
I enns ii.mi.i i ate
HnKker lliln trqultleit.
lFiit tol lun L'ndcr instruc-
tions of Judge Itntler who said tho
evidence was insutlicicnt to tonvict
the jury in Die district court to-day
returued a vcrdiet of not guilty In the
cuso of Kiank Atkins president of tho
defunct Colorado Ho vings bank indicted
on a charge or having received deposits
when he knew the bank was insolvent.
Suvertoa Jlu. Mlrl n 9nlelite
r0viiAA Mo. Jan. 4. Tho body
of Miss Viola Northoutt of Saver ton
Ralls county was found In the Missis-
sippi river ueur that place. It is sup-
posed that she committed suicide.
Against 1'iee lloinei.
WAsmxoTosr Jan. 4. Scuatoi phitt
will to-morrow present the minoiit
report of the Senate coiniiilttec on In-
dian affairs in opposition to the r e
homestead" bill which heads ilu-
Weuate calendar. Tho report oppos s
the bill on the general grounds of the"
vast expense iU adoption would entail
upon the government.
Monster ICIItlns' I'atlinr Deuil.
VVhkf.pi.ino W. Va Jan. 4. I'lulip
D'Hiciti 101k ins father of United Mnt s
Senator t H. Klklus died yetei lu
at tin senators residence "Huh e
h.ust ' at Klkius this state. Mi l.llv
hiH was uged 8? years.
DUtlnituUtieit I liemlet Ileail.
l'lltl.ADLM'illA l'a Jan. 4 Theo-
dore Ucorgo Wormley M D l'h I
LL. 1). the distinguished chemist died
yesterday at his home in this city
aged 70 years. Hi.- death was due to
gastritis and he had been a very sick
man since ( hrlstmiis
Idaho l.ellature a Doiulliiek.
Uoise Idaho Juu 4. The populists
and democrats are In a deadlock ovei
tho organW.ation of the legislutuie
The democrat demand the speaker
and control of all tho important eo.n
A I uxriimn-ltI(Ma lir.
HAnt I'vi.is Pa. Jan. 4. Hun J.
J Imvid on .i Reaver tha well-know n
Rep iIuk an i on ;ressman-elect for this
(Twnt nfth) district died last night
at I ho nW An where he had goua
in ill hoK.' of i (oxtiing his health.
The i. mams wt 1 he brought to Heaver
this week for nitiiment. His place
will have to be ti!! ! hy a speclul elec-
tion next spring
Newsaprr Olttra llurneil.
Ran Ifir.i.. Mo Jan. 4. The new.
piper offloe of the Rich Hill Dally Re
view ana YVeettlt Mintnir Review wu
consumed by fire yesterday morning.
ine property was uwneti by i. u.
Waters the editor The ottie wee
one of the best equipped iu Southwest
Missouri uie plant eoatmg 97. MX)
1 ho shuh lllclu t le h ruuper.
LoNKon Jail 4. -The est He of tho
'late shah of IVi -a Is valued ut 4.40-
OOi.OOU I'.Mii.iim ouo) of which two-
flfths is In cash and bullion. It 1
rumored that his successor will devote)
4110000 (Soooo.o0) to advancing
the civilization of Persia.
I tlle Willi Cattle TliletM.
Ci'bhi.n-g. Okla Jan 4 Eastof here
just over the line lu the I reek country
J K iltnlunesa u ranchman wa
lilil sh a in u battle with catlla
thieves One of t lie th ayes Was shot
A Vuluxlilx I'rrtvrlpilnn
Editor Morrl-oo of Worthluglon
Ind. ' Bud." writes: ' You have a val
Bublr prucrintirn in Btetrle Rilters
ai d I an eh.erful'v reeommenil it for
C.iiiMipation and Siek Ilesdaeh. and
a a ien. ral system tonic it has no
tiual. ' Mr Annie fiiehla MM Cot-
tage drove avenue Chicago was all
ruu iowB oouid not cat nor dfgost
food had a backache whleh never lelt
her aiid felt tired and weary but six
bottles of Eiecinc Ri tiers restored her
health and renewed bar atrangth
Prices 50 cents and 81. Get a bottle at
C R Ren fro's drug store
Many live of usefulness hate been
cut abort by naicleet to break up an
ordinary eold. Pneumonia bronehitis
and even consumption can be averted
by the prompt use of Ooo Minute
' ough Cure Eagle Drug Store Ki9
ace Smith the bill distributor.
THE COMMODORE SUNK
BY A SPANISH SPY.
THE WORK OP A TRAITOR.
So Iieelures One f the RarvlvlRg Mem-
bers of the irew Slner of the Vei-
el' Tate nrnphleally Tnlil
nTelll Stephrn fr:ie Is
AtnniiK Tli.xe llrarnrit
rirt rn I it
J KaoHVlLLK Pla...lan. 4- Seven-
teen men accounted for out of t w i-n ty-
eight on the wrecked Cuban til t.nster
Commodore is the record In i with a
alight chiiiiee of st n nioic et hIim-
rive men cnmi' iishoi m Hn tonn m s-
fertlay Captain lurpli Stephen
Crane Uie novelist the cook and two
sailois line of th hitler illliuu
Iliggllls nf Rhode K' mil tlu 1 soon
after reaching land frnm the effects of
the high surf His f.unllv lii In lks-
bin One of the siniors gn s th
follow lnif (ruiphie ill t ids
"The tiijr sank nt 7 oclo-k Sat'irday
morning tw cnty miles olf New Smj rnn
All the Americans on hoard ic malm d
till the last moment V truitoi m
Spanish pay was the cause of the h ak
He will 1.. found mid dealt with
late i Th. leak was iliscoxeml nt
about 1 a m The pumps would not
work long though thev did good seiv
Ice foi a while rindimrthat thewnter
gained on us. the i aptaiu called all
nanus ana tne vessel was turned shoie-
waid As she still continued to sink.
two bout londs of Cubans twelve men
in all were Hrst sent on". One boat
containing six men. was capsized and
and I inn afraid that the men were
lost One of the lifeboats containing
nine men was swamped and a hastily
constiuctcd raft was made up from
tnateilals thrown to them and they
then disappeared from our sight
"Captain Murphy Stephen Crane
the nt wspaper man Iliggius myself
and one other sailor took to the ten-
foot dingy nt the last moment. Wo
tried to save the men iu the water
around uh but the hcuvy seas and
blinding winds swept them from us.
The spray was so thick that we could
do nothing it required all our efforts
to keep onr small boat right side up.
Kor twenty-four hours we battled with
the heavy sea constantly tailing and
at last land was sighted As we at-
tempted to land tho wind drove us
into tho breakers and In an Instant tho
lioat wa overturned and we were
struggling for life Tor an hour wo
battled for life and then managed to
crawl out on the sands almost dead "'
As the Three Friends w as the only
vessel in port that could stand the
seas the Washington oftlchlH were
wired asking pe i mission to send tho
tug out. even with revenue officers on
board This was at I p in. Saturday.
Not hinilng from this tho collector
wired tho department Then J M.
Harris wired Senator t ul I and ho re-
plied later saying that he had notified
Carlisle and the President Nothing
was heard from the dcpintineiit as to
aid in saving the lics of Aiueiieun
citizens. Till brought u stiong mes-
sage from Harris begging the dopait-
inent in the name of humanity to al-
low a vnaavl to leave This 'brought
the required permission and at o 30
last night the Three I i lends steamed
out on her errand of inert v.
two ImnurliiHt Hill.
v-ms.oTOJf Jan 4 - Tho House
w ill gut down to business as r u as it
reassembles after the holiday recess
to morrow. Probably tho two most
important pieces of giitieral legislation
to he acted upon at the short Session
have lhieii made speolul orders and will
consume the entire week. They are
tho Loud bill to amend tlu laws re-
lating to second cluss mull matter so
aa to prevent the shipment of books
and serial puh it utions iu connection
with uewspapt n ut the eunt per pound
rate and to cut off tbe newspuper
sample copy piivilege and the bill pre-
pared by the l'ueifk-uulioud comini tt o
to fund the h hts of the Pu li i ml-
roads and Vend tin ir pnin n' for
flftj iaisiit .'pel tut.
Kxtra ordinary Wtathet.
Special to Daily F ed. r
Sot luMci.Kum I T Jsn 4
The hi avlest isin ibat has vhited the
Indian Territory 'or vests fell here
last night stid this morning. T lie old
est Inhsbitarit never saw anything 1'ke
It 'or January weather. Tbe railway
companies are taking extra precau-
tious against washouts and S'vldei t-
a ud are running trains on time
1 lixMoplilat !( n
"Wallace "What U the M ' In hauti-
eey Dcpew's name for?"
Ferry "It must be for Mahatma He
often relate personal experience that
look place from 300 to l.ooo year ago."
Ha "Nice dog! Have you taufht him
any new trick since I wa here last?"
Bh (weet!y)-"Ob ye he will fetch
your bs If you whistle!" Beaton
Dr. ah!-ld h emtaeat pkjsMaa f
Tennessee says. 'I reg . u AyerV
Sarsapsrlii sa the beet blood . t di
et ue on earth si d I him of uany
wonderful cure ife ted b us LSr."
Pbyslcisa all over the laud bare made
To Ttt Ukuwim.
It I well known to Jeweler that ai
uialaum will mark a glaaa or "paste
dlawond. but not the true gem. pro-
Tided the surface la wet. TW fact has
now been applie . 0 the production of
a mechanical tester which cousin of
& small disc of aluminum rapidly re-
volved by an electric motor The atone
to bo tested ia wetted and held against
tho edge of the disc by means of a
NBW UfrFMCiALS TaKB CHATtOE.
Omnitj UimiiI . f . nnimiolnnrft Omnnlee
OJenerHl t lunr
There wa a general change at the
County o urt h use yesterday a eae
of one Republican oftl holder relin
quishing hi J b into the hands of
another Republican All the newly
eleoed county officials were duly in
stalled and nt once look up their te
speetive dut as.
Kx-SheriiT Painter gave wnj to Shor
iff Frank Rhinehart and hi two depu
tie C. Carpenter and Harrr Painter
Rx-Treaurer 8tiles turned over to
Ferdinand Ritterbusch $12600 70
which sum the new treasurer Immedi
ately deposited In the three banks of
the city. Treasurer Ritterbusch quali-
fied in the sum of Sioo.ooo with fifty
private citlsen. His deputies are (
W Ilruce. chief deputy Frod Kilter
busch and Harry Maxey Geo Oodson
gave over the office of irgister of
deeds to J I Nelson whoc deputies
are T .1 AuhIiii f.-olorcd) am! C M
CrorKer liulge Strang began dealing
out law foi th county in pi ice of
Ilarria Huston and J (' Foster re-
lieved Judge s 8 Lawrence of the
probate judgeship. County ( lerk R'
U Blew art sm-ceeded himself as did
also Surveyor 11. L White ( ounty
Suierlntend.-nt H. H Dodd took Mis
lloswortlis desli and Coroner R. F.
Arnett exchanged places with Rx
(oroner Harlier 'lhe new commis-
sioners O P ( ooper and V. M. 011-
tierl were nvmn In Nels u Stnrgls
holds ovei. Tho ixiart' itnineiliately
organie.l by c'ectliig V. M Gilbeit
TRUBTEr QOE9 WRONG.
W Henlt n'nrlm lllln.eir Imn h Ilu. I
I ix nt 1'nwiiee
Some time last June A F Stennett
made complaint againat W W. Scott
for obtaining money under fabe pre-
tenses ssys the Pawnee Times-Demo
crat Sheriff Lake went to 0ago Oily
to arrest Scott but when he got there
tf.ott had been gone about fifteen min-
ute. Scott went to Neodasha Ran.
where ho obtained employment in a
packing house In tho meaulimn the
last grand jury found an indictment
against hi in for obtaining money ujder
fulae pretenses. Scolt had remained
away until Christmas when hu r-'
uirued to 0agc City to see his wile
Mid children nr d bring them some
( wUtmas urcstiiis. Constable Frank
Miller learned of his being at home
and taking a tosso went ami arrested
him and brmiuht bllll to town Soott
was taken to O-age City yiH'crday to
make a bond of m ioo but up 1 1 dato
he has been unable to give the r quired
bi At tint time Siott got iiuo this
nouble he was tijstee if tins town-
hip and h id the eonfldiu o if every
one lie lius bi eu trying to ttl up
lis trouble and has pa'd sonu of tticni
CUT A BIO CHEESE.
Or lu Other W.JttU Mtnto a Whole Iloiiie-
ieatl. Pawnee Times Democrat This morn-
ing J. A. Merrill brought in a lot moro
stuff fjund at Robelier'a place near
Uryan The property wa tolen from
th residence of i.eorgn Ash about tbe
last of last September while ho wa In
Kama visiting. Tbe stolen property
consisted of a bedstead part of a bar-
rel of inolassus stove boiler forks
smoothing Irons bed quilts etc. Yes-
terday Sheriff Lake went out and ar-
rested Mrs. Robe 1 1 or ae being a party
to these thefts. There Is lots more
property out there evidently stolen
snd It would pay anyone who has lost
a plow cultivator or In fact anything
t Ua to make au investigation of the
Kobelier universal storage warehouse.
It U strange wlmt all two insane men
Jim Reed and a Dutchman can accu-
mulate belonging t other peop e by
industry fraud and insanity.
ARb NOT 80ONERS.
The Noted l'ugl Meudeuhall lata Ila-
ciiled News has just been leeivt-d In ro
Iroin Washingu u that Secretary F.n-
cis has reversed the decision of II die
Stni.h iu the fmou Csg e Mendeuiiuil
contest ease from Ky touoty tiitt
ill c dirg that the Nettle n who a' tbe
opeuiug of the Clier.k. u sin iuurd
the Uaie Indian r. set vail u a.1 made
ih.) run fron u 1 ue uf tbe reserva-
tion into tiie strip at the Ur of open
lug. wire uol mOO a (t Iher fo e
eul ed ' .!. i.GiU.--. .ad ti
Ibis ilr.r-lon i 1 nr iv I r itl lo a
bunilrelor ..' of tne m.i kali.ol
tlanaa ti ib. -t' p.
TV li' r r 1 ea sad al Ulnar - U l.
tr u 1 -aie.ued bv hi u- of he
Wot' Wil h tl I s4 t K ol
i ooe a' rest r. s ehe l-. o
tberuauial omiiti n -ndrtrerlin
Utur plies EaglU Drug Ut .re U'J
Harriet. h avenue.
Highest nf au m ijavcniug 1'ower. Latest U S. uovt Report.
Slinw Onifllnln Surprlneil nt tha lairce
Numlirr if Knlrlm.
The noulirr show of the OaUhoma
Poultry and Pet Stock association
opens tod a v In the Ilrooks building on
llarrl-on avenue threo doors west of
tbe Leader cfllee. Present Indication
po'nt to a highly successful meet in
fact It will be the largest ever held
between Kan Olty nnd Ft. Worth
Yeaterday 150 fowls were received
and placed in position In tho hall. L.
Obtieter of lWmond came in with S3
bird. Other exhibitors wore! J J
Wallac- of Oklahoma Oitvi Ilamllton
A Sons of Arkansas Olty; 0. N. Wiser
of Illinois; J. L. Christie of McKlnloy
Tom Morrl and Prank Kress.
Tbe hall I almost flllod with coop
of tine fowls and the awoolatlon offi-
cials fer thoy will be greatly
cramped for apace Judge II. 11. Sav-
age says he will be obliged to bonn
scoring birds this morning in order to
complete bis work by tho timo tho
show closes The d snlav of flno birds
is largo acd create much eomruont
Kvc-ryihing will be ill shipshape this
morning for the show nnd visitors will
he entertained all the way from a
cackle to a final sotting
STILL A MYSTERY.
Cormier Jury Thrown Nn I.l Kill on the
After two weeks' deliberation tho
coroner s jury in the Morrill murder
cas brought in it verdlat yostorday
afternoon says the PerklnB Journal
The jury ha been very dlllgont a"'
alert on all clews to the murder ana
it was after the moat caroful invcatl
gatmn that tho jury brought in tho
following verdict: 'That Frcoman
Morrill came to hi death by a blow
on thu head by an nso or blunt Inrtru
ment in the hand of a party unknown
to tbo jury."
Ada the little girl has boon removed
to her aunt's homo at Ingalh. Sho
pasted through Perkins tbla morning.
She is regaining her former strength
but Is yet tinnblo to tell much about
the muider She knows her father I
dead but aa yet litis given no account
of the tragedy.
Lothlen the negro is being held In
tho Stillwater jail. Ills preliminary
txamlimtloii will take placa January
NOT IN A HU3H.
The W'leMtn OoiiutrT Will be Opened
No ii ii Too ttuon.
A Washington special saysi 8ecre
taiy Francis who was nt his desk tho
llrst time Saturday slnco his return
from the west w a too busy to glvo
altent on to tho proposed opening of
Hie Wichita reservation. "I am try
ing to get arouud to it" said tho sec
retary" but ran not say when I will
take it up." An erroneous Impression
prevail In the territory that tho sec
retary also contemplates opening tho
Kiowa and Corntnaiiohe lands in addi-
tion to tbe Wichita reservation.
This report has eauuod excitement
In the territory the resultant effect
of which reached hero today. It came
in the form of a protest from Major
Raid win Indian agent for tho Kiowa
and Commanchea. Ho la opposed to
opening tha ICtowu and Commancho
Undo at this time and give soma
cogent reusona why suoh action should
not be taken now. Ae tho department
never contemplated this step tho pro-
test was unnecessary.
SHOT BV THIEVES.
1'iMie nf l iruai. I'uraue a Murderous
(i i s ami Mkw .. Until
Ei I i icre . wr i Hue In the
Ci i k i ) s irklness. a
ivi 'i i wa f . i'h 'h i In n battle
w tn c it tnt. ve : ar's night.
Out o' t hiev w s -1 and killed
ou the l tig ii i body awny
di!it' Tiw 'd'lu ii vhowereln
the ani l.iug posse cj ured thirty
head of s u cattle vl c'U the ttlloTes
werodnviig away when m tacked.
micMUw' Arulou Halve.
The Rest Salvo In tho world for
I ut. llruihes Sores Ulcers SaltRboum
Fever Hor-s. Tetter. Chapped Hands
Chilblain. Corns and all Sk'n Erup-
'ons and poetirelv cure Piles or no
pav n quired It ia guaranU-ed to give
h rfe tnaiisfaiitlou or iiidii y rt funded
Pr ee as i-onVs per box For Sale Uy
U Rksfh-c liuthrt
"iinnl ill-trl l bootU under the lato
lev en be hd bv applying to Leader
iiHe I ii i are b- ha rianin -t il'ho-
r b. ii b nit. un ih. marst-t and tho
' ru 1bs.1i1ji4.iv eireei. 3-m
Hu-baoiia II mi a t iiiur wifo
"lot" a ple4-ant mm e .be yon
' e BO'n- to y or n 1 ha it k
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h ob. Til'- ei ffe. At ' VV i otne
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 5, 1897, newspaper, January 5, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73818/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.