The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 110, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 11, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Uri'tUIAL OHUAK ur OKLAHOMA UIMIIUHAUr.
t)FFIUR OK FUISI.IOATIOK IIAMHISUM tTNHUIt
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY APRIL 11 1897.
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rfuj svii.'i a sav- Jtirw. -"-mBBBBmii "- i .-.-m i BK.y a
OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Low Shoes
For Easter Is Complete.
New Shades In Kid.
New Shapes (in Toes.
New in Design.
OOK OKI. UIOM.V & KlItsT Mr
We Give Free Shines.
Danderine Barber Shop
The Best Place in the City to Get
First-Class Shave Hair Cut
AND A GOOD BATH.
FREE DANDERINE TO
15 W. Harrison.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
ranufactures all Kinds of Vohlcklos Painting Trimming
and Repairing Promptly Attended to.
322 South Division Street
OJ-0. E. HtLUNGSLRV.
C. M. UOSWORTIT
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANE.
Capital fully paid
k. Brower.CapltalUt UUea N. Y.
W. r auies uainiie.
ChM. E. Bllllotftley Guthrie
COl itKSPONDBNOK SOLICITED.
IN OUR LINE. J
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
"'Jvifiv -Trvsp"" "exit Jy 4
JAMES HILL Prop
GUTHRIE O T.
CHA8. B. WLUNGSLBY
Qeo E. Bllllngilfcy.aat&rle : T.
j no. ir.atnne unions.
C0LEK0TI0N8 A SPECIALTY.
OITY ATTORNEY HAINER RIPS UP
FAILURES OF ATTORNEY SPEED.
riled But One Brief iu the Paine Gate
and That Wa Totallj Ujnound
Olty Attorney Halnar Is Angry
and Will Enjoin tin Ooundl
Prom Paying Speed Un-
"The action of the olty council iu
contracting wttli Uoracu Speed to rep-
resent East Guthrie in tho I'aiuo vise
waa grossly Illegal and I shall enj ln
tho council from paying Speed" ve-
hetuently declared City Attorney
llayard T. llalner yostordiy. Jlr
llalner was angry and JuBtly so whun
ho uttered these words Mr llalner
vigorously fought tho proposition of
the council to employ legal help ovor
his head. Ho cited tho law In the.
premises and conclusively bhowed that
tho city solons had no authority what-
ever to employ assistant counsel. If
additional counsul Is necessary thu law
gives the city attorney authority to
iiainu his legal ubsoalates.
"Tho action of the oouuuil was far
from being unanimous" said Mr.
llalner "and I fought tlic matter vig.
orously. If assistant counsel was
needed It was my Intention to employ
Judge Uurford. Speed its unpopuUr
and moreover is not well drilled in the
law. lie trusts to his assumed dignity
to tide him over his deficiencies The
action of the council was hasty and
unlawful and now several members
are anxious to rescind thu order
City Attorney ilainer is not the only
person oxureisod ovar Speed's splutter-
ing graft. Spoed Is a gaseouader with
water tank pioellvitlos and his lame
dofenso in the Capital last evening ex
cites pitiful rislbllitles-froru thabir as-
sociation and clt'zeus Speed's work
Is coarse. Ilia ambitions and revenges
amount to nit. lie undermines and
lampoons Ilainer when the reuordb
how that lluiuer has carried fifteen
Jty cases to the supreme court and
hoii them all without the assistant u
of Speed. In the council's executive
session 'ihurhday night Spued wat
allowed to remain and air his dignity
and to accuse the supremo judges with
corruption while the oilizsu's commit-
tee was expelled. Speed prates of
"packed" court but falls to refer to
"packed" councils. He fore tho coun-
cil Spoed declared that the supreme
court had decided thu I 'dine case in
advance and prouccdod to roast ouoli
member of tho court lie averred
that lie was well poslod In Okluhoma
litigation but was ignorant of the lacl
that the case of Ransom Payne had
not been submitted to the supreme
Mr. Speed imagines he has won
soveral towusite eases when in fact
be wus never interested in towntdte
cases at all but lot cases all of which
were dismissed on demurrers.
Mr Speed was not an attorney in
thu Paine case whun ho wrote to Sec-
retary Noble. lie simple used his
otllce of United Slates attorney to de-
ceive the secretary of tho intorior.
This conauot was highly reprehensible
yet Mr. Speed boast of it. He has
submitted but one brief in tho Paluu
case that to the effect that thepropor
parties had not been sued. lie labor
under the blasted theory that govern
tncut o Ulcers oannot be sued when all
the authorities are against him. Speed
Is a rollicking failure as a lawyer. The
territorial bar will vouch for this
statement. He made a dense
failure in the Tecumseh eate after
norklug a phenomenal graft; in the
MelCay ST.OOu mttoh oa6e he was
knoekod out; the name may be Bald of
the Nathaniel McKay damage suit and
tax ease wherein he failed to allege
that taxpayers had tendered tholr
taxes. Speed' own ignorance has
caused him vast trouble- Upon losing
a case in txtui t Mr. Speed has rendered
a verdxi tbui tbe eourt wad wine
"ignorant" or "oorrupt." These are
Speed' favorit words Speed hi a
fossil. He can Dot h pe to graft Guth-
rie Toe Leader is herd to tee thai
the taxpayers are not muielod.
A tM.OOO.UOO I'ollry.
San Praxcisoo April 10. Mrs. Le-
land Stanford to-day r-lgned a contract
by whieh her life la now insured for
$1000.(100 Mrs Stanford U to pay an
annual premium of 8170000 and upon
her death 81000.000 will be paid by
the com puny to the Leland Stanford
Jr. university miouiu sub ttve ten
years and continue her annual pay-
ment of premiums the university will
receive at her death 2000000 Instead
Asulatt til Uresttr w Xork Charter
Ax.IU.ny N. V. April 10 The
Greater New Yorl snorter has been
returned to the legislature with the
disapproval of Mayor Strong of New
York and Mayor WueraUrof Brook-
lyn. Mayor uleason of Lon' 11 cud
CUT approved the chartec-
Commissioner Stflrgts (lives Pointers
About County Court House
I'o the taxpayers of f.ogan county:
I wish to submit through the col-
umns of tho Dally Leader the floor
plans of the present county building.
Including tin) proposed new additions
when completed accOrllltig to contract
made on January 2 1W
The advantages Id be gained by
building' said addition at this time.
Flist We are now paying out S300
per year rent for the use of the dis-
trict court room where it is now held
alto It makes it Inconvenient for juries
and county officials to be separately
located. In addition tho United
Stales Is paying 31200 pur year for the
use of United States court rooms mar-
shal's oflke United States district
attorney territorial fibrary and clerk
of tba supremo court Iu addition lo
the saving of S30U each year to tho
eouuty on rent by the ereatlou of said
building a contract 1 think quite eei-
tain can bo made whereby the United
States will rent from the county thus
paying the county a rental sum per
year of not less ttiau SI 000.
Thu plauH submitted will locate tLe
district court room distrlet clerk
county and United States attorney
and clerk of the supreme court olllces
with library and judge's chambers on
the third floor. The worn of thesu
olllces demands a belter convenience
than afforded by the present building
where now locuted.
Tho becoud floor locates the county
treasurer county clerk probato judge
United States marshal and United
states commissioner; Urst door sheriff
register of deeds county superintend-
ent grand aud petit jury rooms aud
room for janitor.
The clorks of the supreme aud dis
trict-courts county treasurer clerk
probatu judge sheriff register of
deeds and United States marshal will
be provided with vaults for the sufo
keeping of books and records and it
can be so arranged that those oflleers
not supnliud with vaults may ute
those in adjoining rooms In tholr
present locations most of tho ofllovrs
have no vaultB of the records Hy
building tho now addition as proposed
our county building will make u very
respoctuble and convenient court
house at a reasonable expense. Hy
putting thin building up as proposed
can be realized out of the building
wheti we will be more able to erect a
first cluss court house saving in the
meantime a bonded indebtedness;
also rents saved during the muautlme
until the iitpual is permanently
located. N. II Stumou County Cominli-
slouur Logan louuty U T
imtTLK LINDSKY DY1NU
In Wichita Kansas Probable Suicide
Wichita Kan. April 10 Myrtlo
Llndsey of Oklahoma Olty was dis
covered in room 15 Stem block at
12: 0 today in a dying condition by
Satnuol Gleun who keeps the lodging
rooms in that blook.
Mr. Ulenu's story is as follows:
"I was passing through the thid
story gathering up the laundry and In
passing the room my attention waB
attracted lo it by hearing hoavy
breathing. 1 forced open the door aud
found thu girl lying on thu bed with
her tongue protruding from her mouth
I was soared and called Mrs. Uawson
who with my wile went at anee to
"We at one sailed physicians but
they all proeoiiused the ease as hope-
loss ine girl oatne to our plaee Mon
day afternoon and told my wife she
had been married to the man Boyd
about a year ago.
"The man was with her the princi-
pal part of the forenoon and when I
informed bun that hie wife was dying
he said she was not his wife.
"Sho la of a splendid family ami
when we knew her In Oklahoma Olty
she stood high In society for one to
young. We were perfeelly astonished
when we heard that she was not mar-
ried. "She appeared to be perfectly happy
until this morning wheu she had kept
her room. 1 will telegraph to her
John Hoyd the man who bad
brought thu girl to the lodging rooms
in the Stem bloek was immediately
arrested and taken to the police sta
Highest Honors World's Fair
Gold Medal Midwinter Fair.
A Paw 6rc Crtta of Tarter Powitr.
I 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
tion whore ho will be kept until a full
hearing of the case is had. When seen
at police headquarters ho positively
refused to talk. He has been about
the city some time and has been board-
ing at tho City hotel lie Is generally
called "Dago "
Otto Kopplin the proprietor of the
hotel where Hoyd boards When asked
about the man said-
' I can't tell much about him only
that ho pays his board promptly does
not drink and Is a capital boarder 1
am sorry ho Is In trouble."
Hurt Hurst at Die boileldo of the
girl this aftoruooti said:
"I have known tho girl ovor sluee
she was six years old. This forenoon
tho 'Dngo' came to me aud askod how
long It took a girl to dlo after taking
llu was told he had better koep his
mouth closed aud replied:
"Yes that is right I don't know n
thing about the case"
With this he called Mr (llonn out
into the halt and held a consultation
The girl was still altvo at 3 o'clock
but with slight hopes of raeovory The
doctors aro doing all In their power to
save the woman's lifo.
It will bo an agrooablo surprise to
persons subjeet to attacks of bltinus
colic to learn that prompt relief tnoy
bo had bp taking Chanibarlaln's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In
many Instances tin nttaek may be
prevented by takini; this romedy as
soon as the first symptoms of tho dis-
ease appear 2.'. and SO oeut bottles
for sale by all druggists.
I'ur good cheap household good
call at SIS North Second streot tf
PARIS TO BE REFORMED.
Immoral Bone mill Urn Hul.i of Mlncim
l'lipnra unci 1'lctiiri-n to llu 1'rfilillillcl.
I'Aitis April 10.--M. Parllh. minister
of justice unueiuiced iu the chumber
of doputtuH that he would soon submit
n bill more oiteutuully to safeguard
Previous to this the minister of In-
struction mid of the Interior replying
to an Interpellation of Deputy He-
niiifrer said Unit Immoral songs In the
C'nbnros would bo examined by thu
censor and that orders would be jflvon
to prohibit the sale or distribution of
obscene pnpers and pictures In public
Lot- of Life In Knoxvlllo's I'lro Much
l.ttrcor limn lit l'lrt TIuhirIiI.
K.noxvii.!.h Tenth April 10. Of thu
fifty-two guestH who were sleeping In
the Hotel Knox when the fire broke
out only thirty-five haru been ac-
counted for. The linUd register was
doetroyed and it will perhaps never
be known how many lives were lost.
Large rewards have been offered for
the iKNlies and u large forue of iiipii
tire at work clearing away the debris.
The latest rosulU of pharmaceutical
selenoe aud the best modern appli-
ances are availed of In compounding
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. lienoe though
half a century In existence as a meill-
olno. It Is fully abreast of the age In
all that goes to make it the standard
A GEORGIA TOTNADO.
Ill-l'KtHl Town of Arlington Vl.ltcil
Acalii "HovHrul I.lvtt I.o.t.
Atata Oa April 10. Telegrams
rom Oznrlt Aim VaMoitH Crossing
mid the ill-fated town of Arlington
tin show that this section was visited
to-day by another gulf tornado In
one direction toward Oaurk whore
timbers were -uprooted and houses
blown to plettaa several persons lost
Hotly of 1'millHH Hituar fuuntt.
Bt. Louis Ma April lo. The body
found in the Mississippi Thursday has
Ihmii Identified as thai of Pauline
Uauer who disappeared last Novem-
ber. Miss Hauer was a telegraph op-
erator. Just before her dlmpp-arauoe
she complained of continued annoy-
ance from an unknowu man. The
body is too uiuoh deooin noted to per-
mit the establishment of ant mortem
To retain an abundant iirad of hair
of a natural eilor to a good old age
the hygiene of the slp must be ob-
served Apply Hall's Ualr Rsnewer.
April SflKvv Ih Olilu.
Waimkoeta. Ohio. April i'i. The
ground here la covered with snow to
Ute depth of Ave inches aud still snow-
ing. The fruit crop will be badly
damaged. It is turning colder and
the Wheat In the Held will probably
A DEP1 FOR INGERSOLL.
uinl j llnroi III in lo llenr AiijIUIbk Ii
I) ll of JIimhI' Narimtu
ix. Loins Mo April id Dwlgtit I-
Moody ww asked what he thought of
Robert ( lugs moll who 1-. tinted t
'Vv clout you avk me what 1 think
of torbt-tt ' asked the i-vange!i-l iu a
slightly u tiled torn- 1 inver saw
Iuli i no l hi my lifi 1 ioti t know a
thing uhuul hliu. !) dot mi I nit r t
Utv in 'lie lill'vt I h. i o s ijuii g U
let ture li. m- on 'Tin I' ' lo not'
UUtLued JJr MofnK Ul! tints
viul 1 hu-e L.-eu r . J i ihirtj
jMra. I ri.vclied it l.t uhjht in niy
her i oa Solu' aud H ping '
That the tiutn and you cu 'I ( l
away fro 1- on. go t i lugersoll
when he gets tiere .ind show liiio my
sermon uu Sowing and Heaping ' If
lie denies anything in n lr me know.
I'd just like lohesr hat he would say
Another llllklnc Hchrni.
The Guthrie Capitel is flooding tho
country with circulars to township
ofllaer- urging the treasurer to make
haste and buy of them tbelr late up-to
dato reports at two to three dollars
per hundred and seals at three dollars
each This la all buncombe on the
part of the Capital to do some tuoir
tleecitiy The law repairing township
treasurers to report nads as follow:
"It shall be the duty of all school
district and township treasurers to
transmit to the county treasurer with
in thirty days after the publication of
this act in the session laws a full and
coiupMn report of all unpaid warrant
as sin. wn by Ms registration record
and the county treasurer is directed U
make a correct and n roper record of
The Capital would make tieople be
lieve the treasurers uiiist get a bump
on themselves and order blank reporU
itii'tie'llntely Hut the law does not
quire the school and township feas-
urars to make this report until after
the publication In the session law
Two yours ago the session laws were
not published until six months aft r
the legislature adjourned and the
probability is that the session lan-
wlll not be published linn ypitr bt-fotr
July So th re is plenty f tnnf and
each officer mil receive a eopv f t
law Raid Ootning Event)-
The Capital's circulars have re. lie. I
tho township ntll'-ersof man untns
After the elon law nie puii'lslicd
and the time arrives fur lll -rs tn
transmit their reports tliey will savi
from 25 to 50 per cont by mining to
this utll'e for their b anlis V p In'
them as well as everything m- I) in't
let the Capital's Ict'er .irr i uinl
dou't pay them two nnrot. f r iilvl'
when the sume can be tiad foi ui
ThlB Is ta certify that on May 11th i
walked to V.'eliek's drug (.tore mi t
pair of crutches and botulit a bottle
of Chumberliiin's I'.tiu Halm for iu
llammatory rheum itism wlith liad
crippled me up After using three
bottles I am completely cured I can
ohrerfully recommend it - ( liartes II.
Weiacl. Suuburi Pa
Sworn and subscribed to before mo
on August 10. lfeDl Wall r Hhlpinan
J P. Por salt at Ml ent per bottle
by all druggists.
.11 Kit EST H0S1I.
I'oraker's Hrother la Paying a Local
HLAfKUUHK Dk April 10. The
wild stories sent out from Perry Htid)
other points ulxiut Creighton Koraker
thu brother of Senator Foraker i I
Ohio being in the territory to investi-
gate the Indian agents aud other fed-
eral i iMciuU. nt the uu rest bosh
Mr. Foraker who is a prominent cat-
tleman of Silver City N M where he
has lived for Tears while on hie w ty
home from Washington simply came
lown Into ihe territory to this p. see
with his wife to visit her parents who
live here aud he left yesterday for
During the winter of 103 IT M.
Martin of Lout; Reach. West Vs.. con
traetod a severe cold which left tiltu
with a cough. In speaking of how he
on red It husays' "I used several kinds
of sough syrup but found no relief un
til 1 bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy which relieved ine al-
most instantly and in a short lime
brought about a complete sure
VMieu troubled with a cough or cold
use this remedy and you wil nut find
It naocMtsrr to try seversl kinds be-
fore you get reltef. In has Imen in
the market for over twenty years and
eonslantly grown iu favor and popu
larity. Pot sale at 85 and 60 cents per
bottle by all druggists
A lo Doe UfuiifriM
The arrival of W. M Hronon of
Outhrie ibis tnoruiug r minded Hit
writer of a tittle Kaunas history
Away batk in ihe ereutick Kronson
wss a typo on the Kl Dormlo l'its.siid
the writer was foreman of tin- South
eru tvsnsas ii.zeiu- puin-lied ai
Augusta a lown about tifteen miles
from IC1 Dorado and of khitm. th
two towns were rival siol liml rival
base ball irmiit Hr n-oi in l u
writer were mil ball playem hut wire
enthusiastic hosiers and re re-
tained as score keepers The A. gusts
team had si-vt ral farmer boys u the
elub and the Kl Dorado boi lubun!
tbeui as ' hs -sd ' but when t
came to pla) o g hail the ' lm eedr
were loo mat li for the citv du us as
the score of i1 to 4 in favor of Angus
ts showed Hut the funny pan was
that lironncn got tired keeping taiiy
after the third Inning and n n to tins
ily "Ikic1 as we used to . ni bron
hjIj slwsj it huiiles When v ni.-i t hiui
- i " mie apitsl
HolU.llllUlC IU lluirV
1 1 i a he worth souitlln"' i i know
li l m v rv hi i.l nit li iu for restoi
lug tu tired out nervous systf" t-j a
healthy vigor is Bloutrie H'..tirs This
uieditiue is purely vegetable sets h
giving tone lo the nerve c-nlr in ll
stouiach. gently stimulates the I v i
aud Kidneys- aud aids the- organ h
throwing off uopurilies in lh. til
Klectric HiilMr. improves the spp. ti'
aids digentlon ami is l o.iouui ed l.v
those who have tried it as the very
bst blood purifier and nerve torn.
Try It Sold for 60c or 1 00 per u
at f it P.enfro's drug store.
am going to make a run on sin
phO'ws at sis for 26 cents Not cheap
photos that fill fade out in afrn-
moni.is but good photos iwesr
Celebrated for n rrat I. avrnlTipmrtngth
and health! nine" A-.iur x th- fm J aframst
alum and all fortnn of afiiiicritii . rrtn a
to the rheap hratui hutai basino r. 'Utrn
CO K IHHK
t'lllimlr Cor. or N. M . n unit Irfzun
The Sixit Kiv. i il Anr i t a
the vurlmis hi .illli n ; js'cw M- X'
are iinrlan d ' li. i t f of i r
I o ir and thii.at di Pure li r
an 'i'lli- !i i.i" t 1 1 )i. i he iiii u'
inn ' ntaiit -hi ii -) uu
hi i 1 1 'I vi pa in pli !( i- i -ued hy .Santa
! Koui l'awiigti Ih p irtuieiit i jt
i tin loiuplote infiii mm nit r(latli
tin -i li ui inn
1 In' li ins of rfltlmdi tempi i at .it
liiiniiilliv hot ipihiKi '(iiiiitarinn . r i
oriisinir m (lli'iil aiteudai . sn iai nd
it i n - etc aio i mil i-i trcitfd fr -in
unpin i al Mtandpoint
l'li.ii m an- n p' 'fiill iKPd
pl.Ki- Ho- literatim n. Uu liainHof'o
i IliN I o m (I a li ii uti of limit i
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tiUTiiiui. u r Mar. 20 ij"
Nul'i ihv. i' y (in i ii that I Ih ii arc
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r.tiit up i i and Iih liiilii e ngi.iii1 me
liiiniii. J IUU7 Ijiir N.r. -..rf f
Vfi it) fuiid usiraiiix ii o ami (in
uiir i' Hi-' no ii.in in i isji u g
No in Inten -' a-' - m all air.iu'
1 1 i hid 1 1 ii. ubove call id. r 10 da
M K Train
1 it I o 10 Ti rrltuiliii Treasurer
llu i Louih rtepnolic recently
maiie hi rangenu ii'n vtnh ih. cubic
iiipaii i a Iu ii by ili.iii iuhmi fr. n
all -i' ti us of the iivi ii'd wur d are
Mciived It now prints more au'lun
lie fore gu news ttiso an v other paper
.uid iiiniinuen tn keep up its record for
piibn lung all the home iihyp li.e
outlook for ihe tear is one of big news
events fast succd"! lug eifh nther and
they will be high y interesting o
everyone The price of The Ilepubltc
dally Is So a pear or $150 fur tlirro
months The Twiee-a-Week Kepubilc
will remain the same one do' lor a
year by mail twlce-a-week
OUR ENTIfit STOCK OF
Dry Goods CIotliliiR. Hats
JJoois. Shoos llanhvaro Tiu
w.ue (iieoiiHMHre. Ulasswnro
Voodwork nml IMnclisinitli
Will be closed out to stisfy
creditors. Kvi tiling must
go and In order to move those
Ifoods quickly tln-y will Le
old at a great sacrifice.
Our slock of
is complete. Thla stock wan
bought from oue of ttiebrst
Clothing House in llu' i nun
try. Everything iu thiii lnu
vm)1 be sUu")itered
Also we have a
Large'Stock of Hats
of tin latest htUs -tjiat will
Iu Mild at a uu at Bacni!jif
Tlie-M batii a mi chased lor
the inng tradt aodtlur ii
no In tier aasottimnt in tin
BOO IS and SHOES.
TIiim hue will be il.iughtervii
l in lit and It It uiir price wiU
be our priie We have In
fa n t Sliot Childrtn
Shot -. -Mioses Nlioes Ho) n
Sliot- Ladies iStioeu and
Men -. Shoes of an kind-) ai d
di m. nptious
gi'KKNSWAKE 11 UDWAKK
TINVVAIiE. TUis PA1I.N
ill AIL I MLM LSand vvi
iiintinue uulil Si Thousand
Nit Hundred Dollars worth
o k'ooda are sold TheisttKk
vv oou be tuoki n so those
t i ome tust will have the
i-' db"ortuit ni to ieleit
Store opuns at 7 a m
and closes .it 8 p to
F. E. HOUlifiTON
702 Noble aye. West Guthrie
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 110, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 11, 1897, newspaper, April 11, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73901/m1/1/: accessed May 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.