The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 124, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 28, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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UPFIUIAL UltUAN UC UKLAHUMA'UBMUUaaOT.
irrioii ur ronuoMinir hahhikoii vnm.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1897.
I THE EAGLE
I Phono 12.
Boots and Oxfords
Turns Welts McKays
In values that defy competition. We have
some closing-out lots in Men's Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Shoes which we are
selling at less than actual cost.
Eisenschmidt & Weckel
The Leading Shoe House.
18 West Oklahoma Ave.
m3 " ' :'Jl
OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Low Shoes
For Spring and Summer Is Complete.
New Shades In Kid.
New Shapes in Toes.
New in Design.
DO II. OKLAHOMA KlHST St.
We Give Free Shines.
N. H. STURGIS
From wagon to bale set up ready for work
including boiler and engine. Gold medal
awarded at Worlds Pair and Dallas State
N. H. STURGIS.
DRUG STORE I
IN OUR LINE.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
Will not be made by taking
examine our Spring
We have the Latest
Styles. The latest lasts
The latest colors in
KopairliiK Noutly Done.
1 0. Hex 235 Untkrl 0. T.
ANOTHER BATTLE HARDLY
THE END EXPECTED SOON.
Strong Itetoliitlonnrjr Spirit Oppo-ltlon
Lender hemiiliigly In Full Control
llti nml III. Nominee Will He
plu.ua Ilia Mrmliera of 1'rlnce
L'uustnntlue'a Staff. Who
llnve llceu Itecallcil
Athens April S". Although Crown
Prince Constantino hopes to assemble
20000 men at 1'lmrsiilu it is certain
that he will be unable to fight a battlo
In that vicinity. Instead lie will bo
forced to retreat to the Otbrys moun-
tains about twenty miles nearer
Athens. Many foreign military ex-
perts believe that tho Greek nrmy will
melt away during a further retreat.
The powers have already exchanged
views on the situation in Thessaly.
Russia however hits declared that no
kind of intct vontlon is possible before
the Turks have thoroughly established
I lie losses during the recent lighting
near Larlssn are as yet unknown but
are believed to be very heavy. Gen-
eral Smoleiiaki's brigade hus fallen
back on Karditza to protect the left
wing of the Greek army.
London April ?7. The correspond-
ent of the Times at Volo says tho gen
eral Impression there is that the cam
paign )s ended and that tho center of
Interest has been transferred from the
seat of var to the diplomatic chancel-
leries of Europe.
London April 87. The most serious
feature in tho Gracco-Turklsh emer-
gency Is the revolutionary feeling
displayed at Athens. Kx-Mlnister
Kalli leader of tho principal opposi-
tion group In the legislative assembly
threatened that unless the military
stall was changed ho would issuo a
proclamation to the people. Ills state-
ments acted like oil upon tire and tho
popular excitement has llarcd up.
Crowds assembled In tho streets to
discuss them and wanted to march to
the palace to read thorn to King
George Fortunately heavy showers
drovu tho people indoor.
M. Delyannls keenly alive to the
necessity of immediate uetlou had an
audleivic with the king and after the
interview announced that the staff of
the crown prince would be recalled
and that ex-Minister Kalli with three
of his nominees General Smolensk!
General Mavromlachell and Colonel
Dlmopoulo would bt appointed to re-
place them. M. Ralll in a published
"The moment Constantino arrived
at the seat of the war the solo thought
of the responsible commanders was
not to attack or withstand the Turks
but to olTcot a sale retreat If necus-
sary. AH orders emanated from tho
palace. Those Issued by anyone else
were ignored. When dispatches were
sent to General Mavromlachell ho was
not where ho was supposed to bo hav-
ing been moved on by superior orders."
.M. Ralll attended tho council at the
Tho Dally Telegrams Athens cor
"AH of M. Ralll'c conditions have
been accepted. Tho king gives carto
blanche to his ministers. As tho pub-
lic begins to learn the truth anger
against tho palace party Increases
and a feeling of hostility against M.
Delvautils Is steadily growing. Late
to-night (Monday) crowds are parad-
ing menacingly in the vicinity of tho
"It Is reported on good authority
that arrangements are heluir made to
enable tho royal family to leave the
country hastily In case of necessity.
I'eoplo had generally credited the ru-
mors that tho orown prince would bo
recalled and that the government was
willing to consider peace overtures.
It is Impossible to say what will hap-
pen when It Is known that the war is
to lie continued and the crown prince
retained in command.
"M. Kalli bellevos the abandonment
of Tyrnavo and Larlssa to have been
not only unnecessary but most Illy
advised as it endangered the safoty of
General Smolensk! a column which
however fortunately succeeded In
making Its way to l'harsala." -
The dispatches of the special corre
spondents consist for tlfe most part of
additional details of the Greeks' dis-
comfiture. The Turkish plans arc not
yet revealed. There is no doubt now
that tho Crown Prince Constantino or
dered the bridges to bo destroyed be-
fore the Greeks abandoned Lnri&sa
but damage could not be done boyoud
what could be easily repaired by tho
Turks. It seems equally certain that
the ilreokn only escaped a crushing de-
feat with returning daylight by pre-
The news from Kpirus is conflicting.
It seems certain that tho Turks have
reoccupied 1'entcplgadla and it Is not
Improbable that tho Oreeks have re-
treated to Arta showing that the
Turks allowed them to advance to
Penteplgadla solely in order to destmy
The Athens correspondent of the
Times confirms the report of the ap
pointment of General HmolensUl as
chief of staff of the Greek army iu
Thessaly and adds:
"Colonel Stalkos and Limbritls and
Major Constantinldes have been re-
called from Crete to serve on the stuff
of the crown prince. The ministerial
Palingenesis announces that all the
oflloers of Constantino's force have
been recalled. A Ulegran. received
to-day (April ?0) states that tlio Turks
nrs within an liour's march from Volo.
Tho Greek troops havo been with-
drawn from tho town and are taking
the wounded from tire hospitals.
Among the arrivals from Volo U ox-
Minister Halll leader of tbe largest
opposition group In the bottle. He has
been at the scene of war and was at
Larrlssa last Friday evening. Ha has
published his views in the Athens
newspapers and hus already succeeded
lit concentrating upon himself tho at-
tention of the public. Some bollevo
he Is preparing to play the role of a
ChandlcrCoramltte'a Report of Receipts
Tho Chandler News gives a full and
comploto list of funds recolved and ex-
panded by tho cyolono rollof commit-
teo up to April 10. It follows:
Collected by F II Hoyt and J E
ISurton f .15 30
O L Dowoll Stroud 11 bo
Colloctodby Ullstrap 14 00
Unknown i (X)
Guthrlo Club 300 00
Shawneo ( Honson) iso 00
Lee Patrick 60 00
Perry S03 2(1
McLouu" as 00
Unknown Topeka 6 00
Kuipoola Kansas IV m
Klngtlshor 80 Ufi
Jampot SI pen Oklahoma City.... 5 00
R.imond 144 0.'
Fredonla Kansas 30 00
J S Fain Anthony Kas 4 00
Oklahoma City Club.. 31) 00
Judge Frank halo so 00
District Clerk L. E. Pitts no 00
WlchlU Iloacon Fund 701 33
LU van Laer. Topeka so
A Desmond Alcot Colo 5 00
Decatur Tox am
Unknown Enid oa
Unknown Chandler Ml
Stillwater 7S W
TA Stockslager SO On
Norman 223 00
J It DeMler Lava N M 1 ml
hi Rono aw SI
Judge Merer Porry 10 00
Kingfisher 10 10
CG Jones Oklahoma City 200 00
TA GrlPIn Clyde Kan 10 no
Shawnee City Council 100 00
Sol lllock & Grlir. Kansas City.. 20 U)
El Reno (Second draft) 1S1 mi
Sherman Tex CIO M
LL St Louis 1 00
Unknown Portland 1 00
Pawhttska Osago Nation 117 00
Polo S S
Oak Dalo S S
Pleasant Hill S S
Kcrnlgor's S S Chicago....
Ardmoro (L 11 S)
R C Klnnalra
Arkrusas City Kan
Hennessey W It 0
II M Simon
S and S Club Harper Kas.
Total M058 W)
For Physicians f SKM
Nurses and attendance 373 (M
Cointitory lots J. 80 00
No'soiwt Sweet go 00
Total ojcpoiidlturus 1.7fi3 S7
Ilalanco on hand 3202 ttt
Total 18935 09
Wo cortlfy that thn above is a true
and correct report of tho receipts and
expenditures by the Citizen's Relief
(1. W. Scur.KOtcr. Chairman.
H. It Git.BTKAr Socrctary.
II. 0 ItiiUNT Treasurer.
kfciw llarrml from ltMiiiHila
Washington April ; - Tim fctato
department has been Informed thut
the government of Knuiuanla has pro-
hibited the entry of Jews Into thut
Tke Oreeka' Final fltanil
London April 27 - The Greek gov
ernment has decided annulling to a
npecial dispatch fror Alliens that If
tbe Greeks are defeated ut I'hiubula
the army Is to retire to Thorinopyhu
and there make a final stand.
Ileen French ! Itreil.
SritAcuBK N. V.. April 27 Dean
John Raymond Frenoh vice chancellor
of Syracuse university died at his
home in this city to-day. Ho was 73
years old and was regarded us one of
the bast mathematician In the world.
rhlllpplne KebeU Not Subdued.
Maiiiiid April 87. A dlsputuh to
the Herildo from Manilla aupltul of
the Pliilippino islands uuys thut S6.000
InsjrgentA who have not submitted to
tho .Spaniards havo taken up a position
in the mountains und are offering a
stout resistunce to tho troops. .The
recall of General Povuiieja hus pro-
duced a bud impression In the Philip-
word and action
fl'ulll the lllooil; ri turve inllM-lo
bone orgiin uihI ti - 'lrn inU on tho
blood for It ijiiulU) mil condition.
Cnw!Mrv TJuM-eforci pure
Opring blood U uhMiliiUdy
MlilM necoBMiry to rlylit
ViealCine living uud hoalthy
bud if . IIocl'HSurnpttiilliii tin' great
blood I" rider ur.d il.e Ireut Spring
Mcdi(-iii . I'- iiforo it is the groat
cure for ' I'lifulu salt rhi'iiiii hiiiuoi
screx rlii'iunntlsii catarrh ele. ; tho
great nervine htrcii'tli builder ujiiie-
tizer etoiiuuh tonio und retrulator.
ill tor5. Prejiared only by a I HoimI Si Co.
ImU Mass. (let Hood's and only Hood'.
HOST'S PJIIa UkutUrloiiri.daJi.tkai.
TWO OTHERS IMPLICATED.
The Munler lUil Hern l'lnnnvil Weeki
llnfurxlmnit rrorenU of the Crime
Were SUSI. Wlill'li YVt lllvliled
All Four Murderers Duller
Arreit ami Likely to
Uibmavck N. D. April 37. Two In-
dian boys. Paul Holy Track and Philip
Ireland havo confessed to the author-
ities thut thoy were at tho Splcor place
on the day of the murder and found
the momborK of the family murdered
and found two Indians llluck Hawk
and Cadotte there. This confession
supplementing one mndo by Cadotto a
few days ago goes far toward un-
raveling the mystery of the murder
and Implicates definitely liluck Hawk
and Cadotte and gives the authorities
evidence which will bo of great valuo
in thai trlaL The Indian boys nro
now ciosety couuueu in tho guard-
house at Fort Yates uud will bo
brought to Wllllamsport to testify at
tho preliminary proceedings of tho
oiuur iwo men.
The boys stato that tho murder was
plunued some waeks before It wus
committed and that Ulack Hawk was
the leader. The four wont to tho
Spleer homo ou the day of the murder
llluck Hawk and Cudotte going to the
barn and the two bdys to the house.
At the bam tho two men found
Spleer and Ilhick lln. Ic shot him
and then split his head open with nti
ax. Cadotto then ran to tho house
and told Mrs. Spleer that her husbund
won sick at the barn. Ah soon as Mrs.
Spleer appeared ut the barn door Ca-
dotto stabbed her through the heart
with a pitchfork. Cudotte then went
to the house and found Holy Truck
engaged In u torrllle struggle with
Mrs. House. Ho said to Holy Track:
"Why don't you bruin her with tho
Holy Track replied: "I cannot ns
tho children are bothering mo."
Cudotte thou picked up tho ax and
dealt ouch of the twin babies a death
blow. The two Mends then hud no
trouble in killing Mrs. Rouse. About
80S In money wus found uttd divided
by the wretches aftor the completion
01 inetr uioouy worn.
Public sentiment in Emmons county
is ut fever heat and it is more thnu
tirobable that ull four implicated will
This is to certify that on May Uth 1
walked to Mollek's drug store on a
pair of crutches anil bought a bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Halm for In-
flammatory rheumatism which had
crippled mo up Aftor using three
bottles I ant completely cured. I can
cheerfully rccotnmcud it. Charles II.
WeUel Sunbury Pa.
Sworn and subscribed to beforo mo
on August 10 1804. Walter Shlpman
J. P. For sale at SO centa per bottle
by all druggists.
SANTA TK TRAFFIC.
Superintendent Dolan Explains the
Lull in Cattlo Shipments.
Wichita April 37. F. T. Dolan the
new superintendent of tho southern
division of tho Santa Fe laughed
heartily this morning when shown a
dispatch from Ardmoro which staled
that the Santa Fe was not getting as
much Texas cattle business as it had
earlier in the season. "There is some
trutli in that" ho said "and the rea
son is that wo havo just about cleaned
out the cattlo in boiuo districts dowu
there. Our Texas cattlo shipments
this season havo been remarkably
heavy ou tho southurn division aud we
have had neither accident or delay.
Wo had over 4000 cars of cattle from
tbe Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe at
Purcell against 3fi00 oars during the
sane period last year They ure still
coming at the rate of from live to
eight trains a day. Tho Texas cattle
are all feeders and most of them ure
unloaded nl White Eagle Rod Rouk.
Davidson and - Elgin In the territory
The stuff from tho panhandle country
Is just commencing to como Wo had
eight trains Saturday and I have ad
vices from that territory that the rush
will begin right away. Wo have load-
ed at stations on the panhaudle lino
during tho past two weeks about too
cars of stock for points on tbe Strong
City extension also some went to Da
"Tho average speed of our stock
trains is from thirty to forty miles an
hour but the spmd is not roktrtrUd
on iny of our lines Our track Is in
such splendid condition that w ean
aud often do make fifty mile an hour
with stock trains 011 this diviei.n."
Superintendent Dolan is a young
uiuu and remarkable lit many rrspecu.
When be came to this division wMnh
is the largest ou tho Santa Ke sjs'rtn.
plans had already been tuado for lay-
ing slxtv-two miles of new s'o. 1 south
nf Arkansas '..ity aud six mlltm be-
tween W.nfleld aud Arkansas OUy
This called for avast deal of extra
labor but Mr. Dolan rolled up his
sleoves and went to work and now has
a force of 3&0 men working on the
track between Arkansas Citv and Pur-
cell. Everything hss been running
like clock work and he expects to hnvn
tire job done in abort time. Mr. Do-
lan referring to the extent of the
southern division said;
'This Is the largest division of the
system and comprises the following
line: Nowton to Purcoll Win field to
Panhandle City. Tox ; Augusta to Eu-
glowood Florenco to Windfleld and
tho Caldwell Hunuewell and Medicine
Lodge branches. Tho heaviest trsfllo
It between Arkansas City and Purcoll
and between Winfiold aud Arkansas
City. Tho company rc ognlxen tho
fact that this is one of tho greatest
divisions of tho road aud Is going to
spend lots of money on It."
The True Itemed?.
W. M. Roptuc editor Ttskllwa. Ill
"Chief" says: Wo won't keop hottne
without Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption Coughs and Colds. Ex-
perimented with many others but
never got tho trim remedy until we
used Dr. King's Now Dlssovory. No
other remedy can tako Its placo in our
homo as in it wo havo a certalnand
suro euro for Coughs Colds Whooping
Cough etc" It Is Idle to oxporimont
with other remedies oven If thoy are
urged on you as just as irood as Dr.
King's New Discovery. They arc not
as good becauso this romedy lias a
record of cures and besides Is guaran-
teed. It never falls to satisfy Trial
bottle free atC R Renfro's Drug Store
I.nnk I.Ike tho Oklnhomn Man Will lit.
AMlntnul Iiiillnit Cnnimliiilniier
Special to The Dally Leader.
Wabiiinoton April 20 Gov. 0. M
llarnes Is kept busy theso tUys receiv
ing congratulations of frlcntlB Thore
will be no light tuado on his confirma-
tion since Fly nn and his frlonds feci
thai a tight will provo fruitless. Mr.
llarnes said tonight that ho would re-
turn to Guthrlo on May 10.
A flght 'h now being m ado ntt Amos
Ewlug of Kingfisher who stands a
fair chance of being United States
marshal Those who know say no
marshal will bo appointed until Sep-
tember but a Light Is ou novertholoHH
It Is said that Ewlng Is using J. V. Ad-
mire' h money to boo't himself into
olllco Admire wanted plw and sent
Ewmg hero to plug for him.
Mnnilell O. Wyoming is reported to
bo slated for assistant commissioner
of tho general land n 111 00 and Krprc-
su 11 tut 1 j Andrews of Neb'iiska audi-
tor. W. S. Flolds of Oklahoma la sold to
be on thn h1 to for assistant commis-
sioner i.f liiilian alTairs. -
John Hale of Guthrlo and A
McCrellde of Kingfisher arrived
During tho wiutur of 18U3 F M.
Martin of Long Reach WestYo. con
traded a severe cold which loft film
with a cough. In speaking of how ho
cured It he say: "I mod several kinds
of cough syrap but found no rollof un
til I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy which rollovrd 1110 nl
most Instantly and in a short timo
brought about a comploto cure
When troubled with a cough or cold
use this remedy and you will not And
It necessary to try several kinds be
fore you get rollof. In has been in
tho market for over twenty yearn and
constantly grown in favor and popu
larlty. For sale at SS and 60 cents per
bottle by ull druggists.
Dulegato Callahan Proposes to Start
tho Hall Rolling Again.
Waciu.ncton D a April 27. Dele-
gate Callahan of Oklahoma whose
bill for tho admission to statehood of
Oklahoma and tho Indian Territory is
now pending has gone home to in-
augurate a .lively campaign In bo half
of statehood Mr. Cailatinu lias
bcon in tho house only since Maroh -I.
He has utilized tho lime in making
good connections hero and is confident
that by thotime tin statehood bill In
taken up in the regular session lie will
have his plans so well matured that a
favorable vote on the proposition may
be had soon.
Cent from Ulmudler OltUene
April It 17.
Hditoii Lkadmii: Permit mo to re-
ply to one or two eharges in a somed
in the Capital of April SI who ruin II.
11. Iluguu makes public a personal ut-
ter of mine to him writUtu In the heat
of pusslon. 1 am not a member of th
firm agent attorney or employ of
Hoffman Charles & Conkllti and
whilst I do not wri.e this to defend
tusin I wish to say that "thy do not
handle the poor fund and sell all of
tho provisions " Personally I havr
not roeeived and would spurn a ccut
of toruadu aid directly or indirectly
bolng fully able to sustain all my loss-
es caused by the tornado '1 he author
Ity for my statement of Gitthriw's eon-
trlbutiou In eontaiurd in a stateaient
of funds received published in the
Cbundlor News of April IB aud S3 the
publisher bolng the tecretary and
bookkeeper of the Chandler Tornado
F. A. Nihi.ack
Spring is full of terrors to all whose
constitution Is not ab.o to raedat the
sudden changes of temperature aud
other Insalubrities of tho season. To
put the system In condition to over-
count these ovils nothing 1 so effective
a Ayer's barsaparilln. Take it now.
For good cheap household
call at 915 North Second street.
For Rent Furnished rooms) heated
with hot air also use of bath room in
connection. 4ni Cleveland ave. lotf
I will trade a goo I lot on North
First street for cows or two yttar-oUls.
Address "X" Leader olnse. l-tf
K fresh Jersey w. Knrjulro at
Licaiiick ofllco or J. L. StlueV. three
I miles northwest 3 27124
Celebrated fnt us creat leavening strength
and bealtliluluesa Assures the food against
alum and all forms or adulteration common
to the cheap brands. iiorAt iiakimq powdiii
00. nkw vohk.
V 8. VIvltHrrvlce Ktanitimtlon
Tho United States Civil Service Com-
mission has ort'erod that an examina-
tion bo held by Its local board In this
city on Saturday Juno S 1807 com-
mrnot tg at 0 o'clock a. m for tho
grades of olork and aarrler In tho post
ofllco srrvlco. Only citizens of tho
United States can bo examined Tho
ago llm tatlotiB for this examination
are as follows: Clerk 18 yerrs or over
CarrleJ 21 and under 40. No applica-
tion will be accepted fn this oxamina-
uatlon unless died with t'i undersign-
ed on tho proper blat.1- boforn tho
hour of 0oslug business on Monday
May 33 1807. Applications shou d bo
filed promptly in ordJr that tlmolnay
remain for correction if necessary
The Commission takes this opportu-
nity of stating that tho examinations
arc open to all reputnblo citizens of
tho United States who may dcslro to
enter tho service without regard to
race or to their political or religious
Rlllllallons. All such citizens aro in
vltod to apply. They shall be oxan In
ed graded and certified with entire
impartiality and wltollp without ro
gard to any consideratU i save their
olllcloncy ns shown by tho grades thoy
obtain in tho examination.
For appllcat on blanks full InRtrnc
1oiih and information relative to tho
mines ami salaries 01 ino uiuoroni po
sltlons apply to j
CAIIIIIK M. PtltKINB 4
tfcrotnry Hoard of Kxamlners pofiX
olllco service (lutlirlo Ok.
No Kioiiae for tlolnjr Hungry
Regular satisfying and soabonahlo
meals at eating houses for passeiisora
ticketed via Santa Fe Route..
J I IT V
DOU.AItS A WKP.IC KAHIIA
made. AKcnU wanted In every locality
lor 1 inn. w.
J llrrap's tftrM and only
iMMik "Tlir Klmt llaltlu ' The lirst seller
ever produced ARentK are takliiRTLs many
as H0O orders per u-rk llevtjrr .' (latim
lent liiiltutliiiia. Hriul tor nuttli and he if 111'
nrk Al nnir W II OlNlvM COM
1'ANY PulillHht-rs. Sll Ue.irlH.rn street
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Dry (JondH Clothing Jlats
Hoots HIiooh Hiirilwarc Tin
ware Qiicoiitnrnro tilnsswuro
Woodwork nml Blacksmith
Will be closed out to stisfy
creditors. Everything must
go aud in order to move these
goods quickly they will be
sold at a great sacrifice.
Our stock of
is complete. This stock was
bought from one of the best
Clothing Houses in the conn
try. Everything in this line
will bo slaughtered.
Also we have a
Large Stock of Hats
of the latest styles that will
be sold at a great sacnike
These hats was purchased for
the spring trade and then is
no better assortment in the
BOOTS and SHOES.
This line will be slaughtered
right and left; your price will
be our price. We have In
ftiut's Shoes Children's
Shoes Misses' Shoes Boy's
Shoes Ladies' Shoes aud
Men's Shoes of all kinds and
TINWARE. TUBB. PAILS.
CHURNS etc. will be sold at
THE SALE COM
MENCES and wll
continue until Six Thousand
Six Hundred Dollars worth
of goods are sold. The slock
will soon be broken so those
that come first will have the
best assortment to select
Store opens at 7 a. m.
and closes at 8 p. m
It Ut muuiiivil
'02 Noble ave. West Gutlirie.
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