The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 7, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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Three Csits Bvbtnltted Vetrdf two of
Tho supromo court convent J yttr
day morning at 0 o'clook and na? in
session tbto hours vrltb a ful bench
Co caacJ were arpurd and sub -a '..led
r S vs. Foremar appeal from Csna
t a vs Thomas A Wll bourn" ap-
peal from Wnohllo county
V. 8. vs. Albert W Patavrold up-
peal from Oklahoma county.
Tho first cflBO to a civil raso 1i v 1 u 1.
tho government had sued Fori tit i't
monies claimed to be due
V B. r Tllbnore.
This Is a case arWInff oat ftin'd'
pnted strip of land lying o nift'i.
WUhita river and claimed bv t n il
Klowas and Coraroanchis inn t i
Obcyennes and Arapahoes. 'i - .
of land woe included within t'u
lands of the reservation grant 1 tin
Klowas Commanehes and Apv h- l
treaty in 1S47 and also wnl.m tin
reservation assigned the t he r tip and
Arapahoes by executive ordo n l-flfi
When conferees passed the a- jiroTirl
lng for tho opening of the . ami a
country this strip was embrace.! within
tho boundarlea described bv "i- ut
but when the president i i i li
proclamation he reserved t i p
from settlement. It Is claln ' bow
ever that he had no authorit I mum
6uch reservation and peop e ' t 1
upon the disputed tract and nr u p'fd
to file Tholr flllntrs were nj tirt.
tho secretary sustained the lntnl offl e
and tho Indian Commission r h v-
ordcrcd Agent Baldwin ' V
Klowas and Commanches u jo t
tho Bottlers Tbe nettlers ho d
that tho action of oongresa in provid-
ing for tho opening of the C and A
country in including the dispm d tract
nullifies tho treaty as far as that strip
of land is conoorned and have brought
tho action to have Agent Bald w. a en
joined from interfering with them or
R. B. Forrest of Ei Reno npiiuied
for tho plaintiff in error and United
Slates Attorney Broolu for the gov-
ernment. United States vs i'auwold Is n ne
whero the plaintiff in error wa'- -'in-vJcted
of perjury the jnry bringing in
a vordict after Judge H. W. Scut the
presiding judge had left the crurt and
was holding oonrt In another luunty
Judgo J n. Burfonl appeared for 1'att
vold and argued that the leaving of
tho judgo before the jury had coiuo tu
a conclusion or had expired by er-i ra-
tion of law acquitted the prisoner and
ho should be discharged. Atbistani
District Attorney McMechan appeared
for the government and maintained
that tho conviction should hold or at
the most tho matter was only a niu-
trlal and tho prisoner should t e In id
t.ud tried cgaln.
Court will convene at 10 a m toda
when a number of miportau' vi wilt
D. O. Tyler of h.ugflsher . i I li
McKennon of Outline wen in
cm ix isiim
t'crnooal 1'uluU Hu Minivrn -i 11 t
IH ami Alwiii ilu li
tioorge Tvh'i! a Jdvmi i
"Old Moses never doiw i r r l
halves. His work ut the bai iu t i
last night was greatly appi i i
A gentleman in Lnglanu n luu'
HetBch'a advortlaemeut in tin i.tmiir
atid ordorod a pair of shoe' froui lum
i m U'.f mtnt'". of lead-
(! j.-i-t pvuvnliere. hov7
that th" vvov!" fctne rn nblillni ronSdenrS
in Hood nrsapanlla Great
ariiHAA rrevita bv th voluntary ttatt-
U roS meats of tho-5-nl of men and
or - hntr tbst Tlnort SsrsansrllK so
I I i :
ocr tliei l I url(iii- n
ti-lniR n"il 'iivlRirititii tlie
Moh not on' hslili l'it life
Tho frf it
i f liiml . sn ipir.lU lu
i ir'ne lh"n x irrititl
il ' i lliiln falthfiliiSL of Homls
-i il r irM i II mmi suffer frnm
i t i ' iii' 1 1" int ir lilonl
Kiln-On' True l'lfHvl I'urlflt r All lriiK(tl1
Tniir. (I i1l)C I Hood & t lwell Mans
nOOU 8 PUIS to operate. cenU
( jod MavWal
Ilu nKo!irg ai the Plymouth Con
(rroeational rhurch are gi owing in in-
tfr There hai been one backslider
rni ned anl many souls refreshed.
My broth 'rm Christ - it not your
du'j t- attend and help ns ' We earn-
estly invlin ou to conn and help save
the 1or s rim r. have ou not sinned
long n uph We entreat you to
conic an I ive our hcai t to Ood. Kve-
eryb)h on o and let us together do
ourdu' f r it 'rnlty U at hand Now
is the In. i f salvation
t-xloon WhIiiI Aitnf
bpeolai io Daily Leader
NoitMAN. .Tsn. o A due rain fell
here 1 i-t 1'iiday which was followed
by a (old wave the coldest this wlntor.
I ho v. ho it in looking fine and farmers
uro pri p irinir for their crop.
The s iuih Canadian is hltrher than
it has bten for three year and the
Haloon between Purcell and Lexington
on the Band bar was washed out yes-
terday morning one man losing ble
hfi H in name not learned.
All ' ho i nunty i ffloers were sworn in
today AP are new men except the
ttfastiu r and clerk.
I A Baby
I in A&q
i i i t.lant In i uiatlvc power
wtl nonderfnl n w n-mody
Oi Soil's Russian
"My Sweet Ileart ' was ii iml ut
tho McKennon opera house lust initu
The Pringlea were in good foi m ami
tho audlenco was highly pleiiM il it li
Littlo Tom McCrury was prohbly
fatally injured at the Capuul ilili
school yesterday afternoon bj colli t
lng with another boy as tiny uero
running and jumping
F. K. Houghton oilers a pi niiuin of
50 for the best 10 ears of com uumM
In Logan and Llnoola couilhs It
will be on uxhibltiou at tuuiiuiieo
show and is equal to any raiM ' u Iowa
1 in during tin ihreo yars
iic It was intioduced in
tm.iii iiaswona firm posl-
ion at tho head of eougu lUtd
i ild lMll(-.
mi fc't t out mom y hark If it
i i it i urc yon
I i i elllnKlou Khii
ii id Orloll KiiN--lan
i i In my fa in 1 1 y and find
1 1 miuy v have eer
.1 n.. ItooKVVAITFlt
i ai i. im (.aitT j
llon. Thomas Doyle mciuh. i o'lot
of the house of representative was in
tbd city yesterday atteuiimg tho but
association. Mr Doyle's fr ml.s an-
confidont he will be theixvt t-pi-.Kc-r
of the bouse.
Lodge No 17 I ( ii 1'
havo eleeted the follow hi' itl.si.
II L White N O LoiwJ II it el
V. O ; L. N Ilemsher n i l t ai
II. Bunner treaiturer nu "ci n
tvald repri lentatlvo to tfi m I ' ot
A. V MeVilhy E. T Han and A M
Ilinkia truestcca The lodi ! it u
I uultry bliovr
btveral hundred pooph . - . ino
poultry show yesterday iwr I mi i
birds are ou exhibition si I tliod --
play is greatly udmirel. .hn''.
ago is buy scoring the birds 'I in
show is the most complete i hi ! .n
the territory und tbo offin i.i I
ing greatly complimented.
For flret-cla paper banging cal i n
It. Chrlsen 111 north First street.
LNiniES WERE GOOD.
miii nj 1iiki- Rule JtesurilluB Strip
Hoi hi in Kmvrlng from HenrrvstlOH.
Spec tl to Ihilly Leader
A' -iiivoro.N Jan Secretary
Traiii i hat inaugurated a policy of
gwiii full qualifications for entry to
uiohj initiviuuals who in good faith
cnleuil ih u Cherokee outlet from the
cast "it ou which tho Ponca Osage
Utoi Miiuouri and other Indian res-
ervations are located. This is u re-
versal of the ruling of Secretary
HokL Minih who hela that those who
made tue runs from the reservation
Tin- new policy is laid dowu in a de-
cision in the case of Michael lirady J.
U. al l Donald and J. M Dahlvs. Charles
A. Wiliiuwa overruling the genorai
land i Hi jo deciaiou that ontrance to
the tenitory from the Osago reserva-
tion ai ij lulified Brady from entering.
Tiu piuilai iation issued twenty days
before i In. out ning lu said to have been
ihe 0n dc touti oiling the entrance for
occupation aud settlement The res-
it vuiH'ii if a strip of land 100 feet
wnii .in u ad tha entire tract of course
int. ii u l the euklkido is eited ana the
proi i ih on aocortliugly in ado no In-
tub i n i pun the fccttlcrs entering
from tii ''i- liuiian n orvations or the
loot t n t i vations secretary Frau-
ds I iU that the route traveled
.Thrr Indorse Mr Distant
Special to Daily Leader
Sitawksb Jsa 8 i t'..- I)-
eiatlo Press of Oklahoma Hemvioir
that the valuable services of the dem
dratla editors of the territory Fhould
reecive recognition at tho hands of
the party ttlwn it has remunerative
positions to bestow; and further that
the largo democratic and free silver
vote of Pottawatomie county should
entitle the party in this county to a
fair distribution of favors wo come
before you with a canJldate for sei-re
tary of the approaching session of the
territorial council in the person of Mr
J O Blakeney editor of the. Miawncn
News a paper which has supported
earnestly and considerately the party
action in bof. i-oanty aud tei mortal
matters and tnreby contributed much
to the magnificent victory won in the
By experience and tra'mini? r ur ca"
dldate Is thoroughly riuippi d f r t' t
work He served as senn tary if t'i
ten Horlal convention in .Juin nn 1 a
Msltant secretary of the? El Kno on
vention with credit to himself and to
the entire satisfaction thoro bodies
Believing that bin brethren of the
press will be pleased to have the ret -ognltlon
given a worthy member of
the eraft and hail the precedent that
ontitles them to a similar recognition
by the party In the future we appeal
to them to give Mr. Blakeney a hearty
ami enthusiastic support at this time
assuring them that his success wiil be
an honor worthily bestowed Very
respectfully. L. O Pitman member of
eommUUB James liuui deputy clerk:
W J Lakey county attorney; A Y Fos-
ter editor Co. Democrat J U Durkee
editor Herald; W 8 Pendleton chair-
man county central committee .T D F
Jennings probate Judge W M Dun
ham county treasurer; (Ico M South-
gate county clerk 8 M Itamsef reirio-
trr of deeds. L E Cooley superintend-
ent of public instruction Dr JO Mahr
chairman catnplgn committee; Kobt
Galbreath choirman 4th counidl dis-
trict committee: Ed rashly. R E Wood
W J Legg
A Vnttmble l'rescrlptlon
Editor Morrison of Worthlngton
Intl. "Sun" writes: "You have a val-
uable prescription in Electric Bitters
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache and
as a general system tonic it has no
equal." Mrs Annie Stehle 2625 Cit-
tage Qrove avenue Chicago was all
run down could not eat nor digest
food had a backache which never left
her and felt tired and weary but tx
bottles of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength.
Prlcea SO cent and Si. (let a bott'n at
0. RvRenfro'a drug store
Hpeclal to The Dally Leader.
PXHRV Ok Jan 6 Deput it lu riff
Orant Owens of Morrison this county
arrived today from Osage Indian nation
and reports having a fight with a man
who is under indictment here with C
F. Hyatt for the murder of Allen Cook
six months ago Officers came upon
tho man in a swamp and many shots
woro fired. Tho party's horse wae
killed and the officers think he wae
Allen Oook was killed on a claim
near Lei a and afterwards burled in a
cornfield. Several men were arrested
tit tho time and one of them escaped
from the mob who were about to
lynoh him and It is reported he hsa
boon hldiug in the Osage nation since.
Dr. Shields an eminent physician of
Tennessee says: "I regard Ayer'a
Sarsaparilla as the best blood- medi-
cine on earth and I know of many
wonderful cures effected by lis use."
Physicians all over the land hav made
AH parties wishing to get duplicate
pictures of negatives made by Dialcti
must leave orders before Junuary 90.
Work at reasonable terms. Oa'l at ISO
North Division. C. D Swcm. View
The use of Hall's Hair Rencwer pro-
motes the growth of the hair and re
stores its natural color and bcautv
frees the scalp of dandruff tetter and
Chronic eoustlpatlon is a painful
disagreeable and life-sborteuiug dim
cutty It deranges the system causes
sick headache bad breath and poisons
the blood. It oan be readily overcome
by DeWitt's Littlo Early Risers These
little pills are trreat regulators. Eagle
Drug Store 100 Harrison avenue.
Them to the Right of Them
Them to the Left of Them.
May be you think we are not smashing things right and left in every department in
the house. If you do you aie mistaken. We have been checked up. His Royal High-
ness says there arc too many goods in the house; stock must be reduced to a limit
within ten days. Orders are: "Smash the Price; Get Rid of the Stuff." The first
thing to be smashed is the Shoe stock. We have smashed the price on 1200 .lairs of
Misses' and Children's Rubbers to 9c a pair. All Men's Shoes sold formerly from
$1.5o to $2; price smashed to 9Sc. Ladies' Shoes worth from 2 to cj3 5o price
smashed to $1.18. Cloaks smashed. Clothing smashed. All dark-colored Prints smashed
to 3c. All Worsted Dress Goods smashed to 12 l-2c; worth double. Fascinators
smashed. Hoods smashed Lot of Children's Underwear price smashed to 7c a gar-
ment. Ladies' Uuderwcnr all former 59c and 69c garments smashed to 29c a garment.
Yes yi u got to get in and sec what this means. Lot of Children's Cloaks smashed to
59c a garment. That's not all bee all of the bargains in Gent's Underwear; 50c values
going at 22c. You bet it is best for you to buy your supply for next season. Why of
course when you can buy fleece-lined Underwear worth 75c at 39c a garment; about 5D0
Boys Caps at 16c worth 4oc; lot of Men's Caps at 22c worth three times as much. By
the way we haven't heard anybody say "Wonder if the The Cyclone is here to stay."
Well guess we are; we started our business for keeps. What is it to you where our
goods came from as long as we can s ive you the money- that's what you are after.
Mr Moore is down east now. We're not saying much but what a tumult there will be
when he gets back. Somebody is going to benefit. Then again the balance of the
stores will look like Sunday because everybody will be trading at
fi fr r- k n n H W4
& flOOBE The Price Destroyers of the Territory
Wanted A fresh Jersey
dress "A" Leader office.
Furnished rooms to rent with or
without board 405 East llarrlson lral
HlRlitit Honor W orld'j. fair.
MOST PERFLCT MADE.
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. I -
om Ammonia Alum or any other ad't i ii
40 Yw &$ Standatd
Id the strip loeb not dlsqual-
n. . - miil'lug tlie run Irom
f t nr p on the east side
i i .1. n n try aii't It Is not
t . po mt of the executive
' tlu tf .vernmcnl to fix the
of out) making a home-
' lie only thucrv upon
it . reiary of the Interior
ii )i i . iru?nt persons from
w il r
n h loll
l 1 1 VI (1
ii. aU in ir tiu inn frr' these Indian
i Mrvui!ins " i that under the laws
and irettltcb with the tribe White UlSUJ
v.eri not allowed tliore and could be
ri itiovod as trespassers if in itfnor-
uiue n divlduals did get Into the rea-
rvaili'n it it. li.nl that they were not
iiiMia'ifitd end they should be al-
1 ji I to ho u'btead rights
Tetter ecaema and all similar skin
troubles are cured by the use of De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Halve. It soothes
at once and restores the tissues to
their natural condition and never fails
to cure piles Eagle Drug bt ire. 109
By Prank O Kress. Leave orders at
New York Hardware Store or Btowe
Hardware Co lm
A riaasant Home
And the test of board and lodging at
Mrs. Qeo E Mundy'n .1.'2 West On la-
bum a avenue I'toohi Id tlie citv
during the session of the ltglilnture
will do well to avail themselves of this
opportunity. 6 m I
The Coal That Pleases.
GUTHRIE COAL CO.
Telephone No. 54.
A N.w rra Marked
List 1 rulay J J McAlester quit-
claimed u faiiu to Robert Newton
giving mctek and bounds by section
lines as fitd by h iwet survey.
The papers were drawn by Attorney
M M. Wintaiyham of this city. This
touveyauci' U the first of Its kind on
record in the territory and marks a
new era in the transfer cf realty Ih
Una country In this departure freoi
established ci it mt Mr. McAlester
will ecjjy thi '1 'uicl'u of 'njj
tirst as he doe ' bung first to riU
cover mine and export 'iftl in this
territory and the fetal u uuuovive tbo
idea end pay the Choctaw treasury
rovalties for the support of the na-
tional government andsehools fcJouth
McAl ster Capital
htore roomt houses omo rooms and
furnletawl reomo.-U II. Lynds. 5ta
Uutbauds if ou a t mui uifo
to have a ploanant smile hon ou
come home to your uiesN buy S6a.k
of U. 8 flour and u pound of Cliafce dc
Sanborn's coffee. At tho Wikoins
Iroeery only as they arc sola snts.
8poed and safety are the wauhwotds
of the age One Minute Cnuffh Cure
acts speedily safely and never fails
Asthma broochittn couirhs and o)ds
are cured by it f It. Ut nfro 0! CI i
Chaio A Sanborn's coffee can bo
found only at tho Welcomo (Jrocory as
we are sole amenta. tf
School dlstrlat bonds under the lata
law can be had by applying to Leader
office They are the handsomest litho-
graphed bonds on the market and the
form absolutely correct. S-m
The Nebraska Real ltetuto agency
for bargains in farm lands.
KoBKirr Rkhd Manager
111 labt Oklahoma Ave.
Go n Mrs Kowton's for a good meal
at the Van Voorhooa old stauil corner
of Oklahoma avenue and Socond street
Uouso and lot for top buggy. O H.
C E. McConnell Real Kstato Ex-
change. 107 First street. Stt
The Uuthrle Township Club ut tho
liiuietahle T "'lyue will observe the an
nlver.a-y of the battle of New Orleans
comniclv called .imnmma nav" in
honor of t'le great boldler. prealtlont
and patriot Andrew Jaekson linn.
J. W. .Tohnson Oklahoma's favorite
orator will deliver a lecture on the
"Life and Character of Andrew Jack-
son" at tho district court room Friday
ovening Jan. 8 under the auspices of
the league. The leeture will begin at
8 o'clock. No admission will bu
oharged and the public is cordially in-
vitod. I). D. Smouji
A. H lUnNAJU)
IGNATZ MAYER M. D.
a de 3es o 3r sl 3La x & tarja
Wanted A situation aa nurse girl or
house work by a white girl ISuquira
at 517 First street 31 W
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
BEST SWISS CHEESE
-FQB SALE AT -
Ill North 9oontlSU
At .'u cents a pound. Delivery ar-
bere in the city.
1 m tiadt A three room bou-f
small tract of land nosi utl n-
dress "' oaro Leader
Chase A. bauborn'i t as
at the Welcome Grocery
a No 1 article try thei.i
Tho 1' S flour t hiu
uiiis at the stitte f r
'you will use no ovuer
I Grocery sole agent
1 r i ii
OH ! MY TEETH !
nest Teeta and Best Rubber on Karth
Ev-rTbiug gaaraaieed to be strictly flrst
da and warranted
S6.00 PER SET.
(Either upper or lowsr.)
Gold flliiufs. UM aad ur. Stiver (Oold ana
PUitna Alloy) Oesstat aa Outu I'ereha
aiiiug W cents and an. Bxtracting. cents.
Brldite work at correspoaduiKly low prices.
a apiwai above we warrant ( ita a war-
tmt thai U worU jost waat it says too.) 4
our work to be strtvtiv Orst-CUs We 0e
iu.i ue cheap Job teeth at the yervbest
ih m are made In the United States (anfl that
im in- n the world) as well as the very bflt
t u mm. i and gi e you exactly the saws thine
t .i urn ibAt we charted (ileo tot a cosine
t cn. ago We aave beea nracucn e
i n ti.tiy lor more than IT J ears aad have
i. .Hid . ur eoucattoa la the best coUages
1 1 . a .a and I roas the best teachers have
m xit ru methods ana appuascp
li) lb I
f h ic u are aot ta any other ofllee In
auia wui oo you uiior vr.
' lti ur
I for lens moniv and
lb&3 any other oBce
tiacontl hand coal hoators of every
description for sale cheap. Stoves ex-
changed by M. Collar South Socond
street Quthrle. M. Collar. 10 30tf
G. A. HUGHES D. D. S.
DISEASES AND SURGERY
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT
ArtlBclsl Teeth ou Any Base Desired.
t800 to select froaa
the lA)W-ttT for iiHsyr WUItK.
I over Man latllan
What Tjbll in
Many lives of usefulness l.mc Iumi
tut short by neloct to brinlc uu an
ordinary cold. I'nBum nio bruuihais
ami ovon consumption can bo h i i ted
by tho prompt usvi of Oe Uuime
l ough Cure. Kaglo Drug store 1 i-j
b it.vi4t.'i Oilahema Ate a Wrst St
G. H. WILLIS
SHOULD BE i'OUIt TAIL0K.
SPECTACLES Ai E!E GLASSES
TO SUIT ALL- DEFECTS OF SIGHT.
Office 124 Oklahoma Ave. near First Street
Over Bee Hive Stora.
J 9 A.
"I 2 to
M. to 12 M.
5 P. M.
2I7ix2 33C. 3F"- C3l3LsaL3Lla3
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
THE BEST GEADES OF GOAL.
Also SOLE AGENT for the Genuine JIcAlestar Coal which
takes the place of Onita aud Canon Oity fo" every purpose. Will
give you prompt delivery.
OFFICE AND YAHDS 424 OKLAHOMA ATE. PHONE No.
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