The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 54, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 3, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY AUGUST 3 1897.
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Open day and night.
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in the territory. Call on
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105 SOUTH FIRST ST.
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
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and Repairing Promptly Attondod to.
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105 West Harrison Avenue
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
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in Stock all the Time.
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Oklahoma and Indian Territories.
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the City to Get
AND A GOOD BATH.
JAMES HILL Prop
THOUSANDS OF STRIKERS
MANY MARCHERS HUNGRY.
rresl.tent Diilnu Chanced Will. Hint
Tho bliorln Will Not Interfere
Witt tlio MectlnE" Bo Lone ns
They Aro Orderly Hut Will
Not I'urmlt Any Trei-
PltTsmnio Pa. Aug. 3. All roads
led to Turtle Creek yesterday All
marching miner were going- towards
Camp Determination and If those rep-
resented as being on tho march resell
the scene tliere will be tit least 0000
diggers () "Rttlnr trig -meeting
h -h in scheduled for 11 o'clock at
MoCrea's school house. The minors
expect 8000 to bo pu hand.
Tho borough of Turtle Creek ox-
pcrioucod the liveliest day In Its his-
tory with its targe transient popula-
tion of mtnors and curious visitors
but the day passed without trouble of
any kind. Iturgoas Tears of tho
borough visited Tumors' camp and
stated that he had no reason to order
tho crowd to disband and thntas long
as peace prevails he will not disturb
Over 1000 weary strikers were quar-
tered nt Camp Determination and
abont 100 at Camp Dosperntlou and
about 400 lounged about the hills
above and around Tin lie creek. When
the first batch of CM) marchers arrived
on tho see no tlioy were very hungry
and clamored for food. There were
provisions enough left for only 200
men and a grand rush was made for
tho provision wagon and the result
was many went hungry.
About tills llnio Organiser Miller nr-
rtvod on tho scene and announced that
a Pittsburg baker had donated 1000
loaves of broad and a grocer had
given a dnxon chooses. To prevent
another rush Miller organized a
guard nud all were satisfied for the
Among tlio most prominent visitors
at tho miners' Turtle Creek camp wero
(ieuorul John Little president and
.Tosoph illshop secretary of the Ohio
state board of arbitration. They aro
ready to Solicit lgnntuieijto the uni
formity agreement and were present
to get tho stains of ull'nli-s among tho
Sheriff Harvey A. Lowry spent tho
afternoon In Turtle Crock consulting
with his deputies. Chief Deputy James
Utchards was hi the district all night
Sheriff Lowry said that he would not
interfere witli the strikers in holding
meetings if ihev acted orderly. Ho
will not allow them to go on the prop-
orty of the New York and Cleveland
Coal Company and will not allow
them to net disorderly while march-
ing on tho road.
T. 11. DeArmitt. manngor of the Oak
Hill mine wild tliut he had been im-
portuuod by men fur situations In tho
mine. He said lie had glvon fifteen of
thorn plttoes and thuy would go to
work In the morning. Ho added that
two mon hud offered to supply htm
with fifty good miners to go to work
Thursday morning. He wai receiving
letters hi ovory matl from miner in
various portions of tho district asking
for places In tho New York nnd Clove-
At 1:15 this morning tho strikers at
Camp Determination wore iirousod and
500 mon ordered to march to Sandy
crook and 500 to Plum creek initios.
The march began with 1'rosldont Pat-
rick Dolan heading the forco going to
Sandy creak. After proceeding a short
distance Dolan was served with a
writ charging him with riot and un-
lawful assembly at tho Instauco of
Thomas I. DeArmitt. For a tlmo
great excitement prevailed among the
marchers but Doian quieted them by
saying that ho would be all right and
soon join thorn. He was then tekon
baok to tho justice's office nnd tlio
marchers proceeded heeretary Vh r ti-
er Organiser Cameron Miller and
other loaders are included In the writ
A citizen of Turtle Creek stands
ready to furnish bull for Dolan and it
is presumed he will be released. The
tacldont has caused a very ugly feel-
ing among the strikers and if tho
othr leaders included In the order of
arrest should be stopped In their work
decidedly vigorous action will likely
be takon at the bijr. meeUni to-dsv.
I'our Hoy Jlruuriietl
Kansas City Mo. Aug. 8. The
river and crooks near Kansas City
claimed four boy vietiuu yesterday.
The dead are: Will Young 18 years
old; Ueorge Young 10 years old; Fred
llrldgoford 1 1 years old; Usury Hall
1 1 years old The lives of two other
boys were all but lost In a futile at-
tempt to resouo their companions.
The Young brothers could not swims
they were drowned in It rush erek
south of tho elty. Fred II ridge ford
was teiaed with eram)M in the ereek
ncross Uie river. Henry Hall swam to
the middle of the Ksw river waaslzed
with cramps and sank to the bottom.
Making nil Ireland (if India.
DowiiAV Aug. ?. The indignation
of the natives against the government
for its summary policy of repression
increases They say that the govern-
ment U going to convert India into a
second Ireland by a programme of
coercion and that no one is safe.
Deadly 1'loodi la tlie Crimes.
LoKDo.N Aug ' A special dupatah
from St. Petersburg says that the No
vosti estimate that at least iftu per-
sons have perished in the recent floods
at Kerlch In thy Crimea
PROVES FATAL TO TWO.
Mlmoiirl I'lit-tde I'lmrnpor Cm i lip. Into
Kaisas Iitv Mo. Aug. : - the
result of a wreck on the Missouri Pa
cific at Yates Center at 1 o'clock yes
terday morning Hngnwr .1 aimer
Clover and Fireman Cal Kownn were
brought scalded and mutilated to the
Missouri Pacific hospital here and
after a few hour died
llaggagemnn (luy Mjers Conductor
Rita Anderson and Porter I to It .Smith
(colored) were) badly In uised though
not seriously injured lire caught
the wreck and the baggage car and
four freight ears that were the cause
of the wreck wtro burned. The
engine and tender were ruined
During the night some freight crews
had been switching and left some
ears standing on the mnin line which
the engineer did nut see until it was
too late to slop.
Secretary Wllantt l'riim.M In Try to
Supply the Arinl nt liuropc
Wasiiinotojt Aug V Secretary
Wilson of th department of agricul-
ture will spend his vacation which he
will take In August in traveling
through Colorado. t'tali. Wyo-
ming the Dakotas and Montana
with the object of studying the
resources of these states for rear
lug horses snltaMe for the Kttropenn
armies. He has written to t'nltod
Stales minister and has requested
some American traveling abroad to
give him information regarding the
exact qualifications demanded for the
army horses of Ilurope and when this
information shall be received a farm-
ers' bulletin will be issued with a view
to having this country do more in sup-
plying the demand than it has in the
HOTTEST DAY IN KANSAS.
Mertmry Kite Higher nnd lint Wind
Ohkat IIrkS). Kan. Aug. a. Yester-
day was one of the hottest days of tho
season with the mercury ns high as
10S and with burning winds blowing
from the south. It was a very hard
day on corn sorghum broomcoru and
in fact all rough feed crops nnd If
Ilnrton county has any corn it will bo
because it was planted early hence Is
beyond the point where it will be bad-
ly damaged. A few more days liko
this will cut the hay crop very short
but as the county l full of straw litis
win email no particular hardship.
An Apptnil for Money.
PiTTsiimo Pa Aug. -.hast night
meutlnir of the Labor Lunirua was
held to take action concerning tho
liners strike. Addresses wero madu
by President Dolan. Secretary Warner
and Onranlxer Miller of the miners.
and by Mrs. X C. Jones. The gist of
of the miners' otHcltils' speeches was
that money anil quite a good sum
must be forthcoming at once if the
strike is to be continued. They made
forciblo anneals to their fellow union
ists nnd the result was the appoint-
ment bv the league of a caminlUaa tn
present the matter to the different
organizations with the end in view of
securing the necessary sinews of war
fur the strikers.
Wliltoi Mukt) War tin N'rurunt.
Oiunok Texas Aug. -'. Nows lias
reached hero to theefl'eot that it squad
of nogroes who had boon working on
tho Kansns City HtUburg .t (lulf
railroad nour ot Uiliu Ln. hud
been transferred to tho stone quarry
uonr Hnrubeok. Tho whltu neonlo of
tho neighborhood abjeotud to the ne
groes being employed at tlio quarry
and last night at midnight u pitched
battle oeourre'i between the whitos
and negroes Two negroes wero mor
tally wounded and several others less
Kiintnt bulnrlct Hhuit.
Toi'KKA. Kail.. A 11 jr. . Undnr Ihu
advice of Assistant Attorney General
Snelllug. Auditor Morris lias decided
to imv the einnlovues wlinu nnhintna
are fixed by law the full amount por
month usually allowed us long as the
money shall last and trust to t future
lecslatura to allow a deflelnnav ...
proprlatloiu Other employees will get
oniy oue-tweiiiu oi the amount ap
propriuted for them.
DO NOT FORGET
204 Oklahoma Avenue
For Drugs Paints Oils Tablets
Perfumery and Druggist Sundries
at "Hard Times" Prices.
Oi 10 HOE HER GRIME.
ALICE BARRETT MYSTERY
LOST IN SPECULATION.
ICtrrrtlilnir (Ion tn Show Thnt She Ha-1
Horn I'onllnh !mRlutl- lUlrnr-
nBiuit and IteekleM In fnrrylnit
Out llrr (ilicni-I'lnslly
She look Her Own Life
Tn I'll (I Her Trnuhln.
IoTO!f Mnss. Aug. 2. Develop-
ments In tho Alice Itnrretl ease jirno-
ticslly cleared up the mysterious af-
fair and with the exception of finding
out c-Mtctty what became of the S50U
m cash and the $3i clieck thnt ure
missing from the safe of Codtnan &
Codmau everything steins to be ac-
i he person alluded to In the mys-
terious note found Inst Saturday to
whom Miss llarrett snys she loaned
tSOO which he lost lit a bml invest-
ment mid whom mime Mrs. llurrett
disclosed to the lirp marshal under a
pledge of secrecy turned out to bo
Captain John Codinnu a brother to
the senior partner of the linn that
employed the dund girl. Ilo is tin au-
thor nnd quito a prominent man here
lie denltMl point blank ever receiving
the loan and there Is nothing to dis-
prove his statement. The bellof is
thnt Alice llurrett drew Hie money
from the bank in whioh It was depos-
ited for purposes of speculation lost it
all. and took this method of covering
up tho deficiency when called upon by
her mother to accoenL
Kverything goes to show that she
bad been foolish imaginative ex-
travagant reckless concerning ap
pearances and finally defamed others
to aover hor losser faults. Her rela-
tions with Cnptutn John Codmim seem
a bit peculiar. Captain ('oilman says
she nocompanleil him to lunch and
dinner at some of the big hotels.
Though Miss llarrett did not lend
Captain Codtnan the 8H00. yet he gave
her the opportunity of serving ns
one of the ncrsous who Inhnhltml
the imaginary world slut moved In.
Por that seems to lie the ease
of Miss llarrett. She lived and moved
III a world of her own Imagining. It
is sairt site speculated. Sugar was her
principal attraction to "play." Sho is
said to have made fcSUO the llrst lime
sho attempted it. Then she lost Tho
lust tlmo sho lost 8180. Did tho 200
which is missing with tho cheek for
$35.ftO go townrd settling tills short-
age'.' Thoro is no doubt hut whnt Allco
Horvtt spout tlio $H)0 on herself:
then discouraged and III with her re-
source all exhausted o.xoept her
slender salnry of $e a week she took
her own life.
SHOT BYA FOOTPAD.
Injilln (.nicer Ditiicnrmnly W minded
Whllo Iloronilliu; llny'n llecalpt.
dnpi.ijc Mo. Aug. 3. 15.1 jlrewcr a
South Main street grocer was shot
and probably fatally wounded Satur-
day night by Jim McAfee who at-
tempted to rob him of tlio money
roulUed from Uie dny'a sales nt tho
grocery. The weapon used by MeAfoo
vas u -fl caliber revolver mid tho
bullet struck llrowor In tlm left
side a little below the ribs
Hrower had been told by tho police
force that a hold-up would bo attempt-
ed. Ho thoroforo had tinned himself
with a revolver. Hrower did shoot nt
tho highwayman but missed. Tlio
police wero near by and they opened
lire on Mo A fee somo six or seven shots
lielng fired by them. McAfee escaping
nil of the leaden missiles. Ho wbr ar-
rested a few minutes after and looked
up in Jail whero he will ho kept for
What causes bad dreams is a ques-
tion that has never been satltfactorlly
answered; but in nine cases out of
ton frightful dreams aro tho result of
imperfect digestion which a few dosos
of Ayor's Sarnnpurllla will effectually
remedy. Don't delay try It today.
Ho Umphatlcally Denies tho Charge of
Corruption in OUlec.
The marsbalshlp fight la growing in
Interest dally to all Oklahoma and at
this time the Republic' My of the
territory seems to be hopelessly split
beyond any hopo of reconciliation.
The Kansas City Journal of last Sat-
urday contains a llamlng article of a
full column and a half In length
whioh bears all tho oar marks of the
lurid pan of tho erstwhile Harvey
Fleming. And It's hot vory hot.
Whllo tho article In question does not
go quite far enough to make tho paper
llablo in damages yot it goes far
onough to convoy tho Idea vary plainly
that it thlnke everything Is not what
it should bo at all and lays the ground
for some very oxtonded explanations
on ouo Bldo or tho other.
The nrtlclo in question says in sub-
stance that Plynn arrived In Washing
ton last Tuosday and prefarrod the
charge that DoTornor Martian had
offored tc indorso tho man for mar
shal who would pay him 91 too a year
for tho four y ;ars; that as a result of
this chargo the nomination for mar-
shal was hold up; that afterwards
Dcl'ord corroborated In part tho state-
ment alleged to have boon made by
Plynn; that rumor was weaving
strango Interest around these proceed-
ings and further If only cortnln men
could bo found or somebody bocn
who was out of tho city that all de-
tails of tho alleged deal could be fully
shown up etc.
Governor Itarnos who nrrlved homo
from Washington Sunday night was
scon by a Londor representative yes-
terday and Bald that the matter whioh
roally did not amount tcmueh at the
start had been distorted nnd magnified
In every way. He did not caro to Bay
very much about It as time would
show tho falsity of tho reports and ex-
onerate him from all blame. Tlio
wholo troublo waB caused by Mr Do-
Vord Rotting tho idea Into his head
Mist his friends had betrayed him
when In renlity they wore doing th ir
utmost to takocaro of linn
"It booamo evident ton days ago"
Bald tho governor "that Mr Del'ord
could not bj appointed marshal and
that tho present dcslrod to appoint
Orput bocatis'o 3f tho strong sanatoria
Influence back of him. An Under-
standing was then nrrlvud ut botween
all partloit that Mr. Orput was to be
marshal Del'ord'a son his chief clerk
and Do Ford himself to be glvon tin
clerkship of Mr. Halnor's court should
ho be appointed and the matter be
agreoablo to him. Tills was agreed to
by DtPord and Orput In tho presence
of othore and everything appeared to
bo amicably settled. Orpin's and
Halucr'a commissions were made out
and roady to go to tho president Wed-
nesday whon Mr. DuPotd appeared be-
foro tho attorney general and told of the
arrangement denouncing it a corrupt
bargain declaring he had been be-
trayed that tho patronago was being
puddled out etc. Ills statement was
reduced to writing and loft with tho
attorney-general but thoro was no
evidence to sustain htm or corroborate
his statements In any wey and tho
attornoy-goncral Informed him that
whllo tho statement would Impeach
him it could not be expected to stand
against tho governor unlets corrobor-
ated by others. Tho governor and
others Interested wero Informed of tho
charges made and as the president was
preparing to leave Washington in two
hours ho decided not to take action on
any Oklahoma matters at that time.
The gorornor stated emphatically
that there was no bargain or arrange-
ment of any i .id except the arrange-
ment to take care of Air DsPoru and
provide him with u good plane and
that he Is sure that Mr. Orput and Mr.
tiainer win uoni ue appointed.
Kpvrnrtli Lbhriib KnterUlnment.
The Kpworth League will give a
inutlcale and literary entertainment at
tho First M. K churou tonight. The
following program will be rendered:
Piano duet Misses Klncald 4nd fcHeven
Kecltallon Clyde la-ynoM-.
bViok duet MUn Kdna and Huby Kelly
lle lUtlun Lillian Uerunldi.
Solo Mm lUgun
KeclUllou --Teen's I'ledfc'
Hob Uri drey
IteclUtlon ' Wblstllagla !fav'i '
Mr Nellie l?Lav
guartette "Tbc family Kuw"
Miss l.ela Anderson. MU Aiifcin
i'bj 1'iyae aeynoiu ana .m.
BeclUtloa "Little Prints
Mm Uu kaer
J u n nan t'tilui; leniulitiMl.
Hkatti k. Wash. Aug. 3. -The steam-
er Alkl arrived in port this morning.
She brought forty-five passengers
from Juneau. Hltkaend Fort Wrangle.
Janeau is !st becoming dcpopuiute.1
Stoeks of foods have been o reduced
by the purchases of those leaviug for
the Yukon that it woulil U- dim-
wit to secure an outfit
Kan.ui Kefurmslory tuuvicti l.teaps.
Ill rcIIIMMiN. Kun u' Tuo
reformators iimnc'.i ! ; r. i fium
t'rawfonl ..unit u in 1 Md. y from
Ateti'on si-lip. il 1 1-.1 1 1 1 -1 . t hile
Ibeir i oii.i dilm om li ii ii a lecture.
A reward of .ki is offured for their
l'urtui;u0 Defeat Atrluun.
Lisnov. iik ' a ohiclul di-
patch from Lorciio Marquee says tho
government troop have defeated the
rebellious natives in an important en-
gagement in 'iiiuiuiid. The nat'vea
lost SW wen.
lw r- ! i!
an. Ihi.hfV 'i'i '" V"1.'"":?? 1"I
P1tit-atMi .-.. ..-.Hk i . ..M
i. ."..".r'."l. ".""" '"f. aKamis
"" "" iiiiuiim i i auuuc ration comraoii
... vU..ai. hi auus. hutal UAMWO rOWDH
fm Mrw vnuv
Mrs MeAIIen the Joplm m ninu
queen Ih Insane
A hailstorm m vku Dakota deH
sti-oynd a mil' ion acre i f crops
It U now belU-ed generally tn llos-l
ton that Alii Ham i lied hrrse'f
'Ihe free v.i f .pi ut llrowa
county Kansas ' ixe feil on a. coun
Ihe l uiteil -tales government III
b'llldiiig a gun to carry u ijOO-noundl
shell K miles i-ITectivclv
Uovernor Stephens has renewed thol
rewnrd of 8 'mi f.r the capture of j
One humlred lues were lost andl
millions of damage Ut.no by Hoods ml
Frank ICel'.i r and ill Clemens oti
Leavenworth ha- mado fortunes otil
(Ireat llrltaiu is reported to bo about I
to reopen the Hast India mint to fur-j
thor international bimetallism
John hchlegol who killed Dr llor-l
ger mi tho street at Kansas ( ity Ma J
has been released on SlO.000 bond 'I
J. (. Adkins of Knnins City retired
oaptUillat wtis Instantly killed by
bolng thrown from n buggy ioar Lib
A government ol'Johil figures tho
average duty rato of tho DIngloy law
at 51 no per tout ad valorem. Tim
Wilson rate was 40.1.
William .1. llrynn and fuinily havo
nrrlved at Yellowstone 1'ark. Mr.
Hryan Intonda to thoroughly recup
erate it it takes till summer.
isxperi Mnmuoi u Duuham of thol
Iroderal Hurenti of Labor has been sent
to Alaska to report on tho Klondyko
Alexander Iloossow aged 44 died at
Milwaukee from delirium tromens
after having spoilt 830000 In an effort
to satiate his thirst for beer.
Thieves on tho ocean steamships be-
tween New York and Kuropean porta
an- systematically robbing the mails
anil defy detection.
President Spauhling of the defunct
Olobo Savings bank of Chicago hui
noon founil guilty of embezzlement.
It km bis third trial.
All Hie city oillcers of Leudvllle
Col past and present Including tho
district judge have been Indicted for
negligence in supproeslng gambling
ISdwlu I'lnnagnn the Uoorgla mur.
dorer who had a ponohnnt for niaklni
love to young glrla has been found
guilty of killing) two women and sen-
tenced to .team He will swing Au-
Jiimes L. Teoney who wna urrjisted
recently on tho charge of having Jnjifr
led Laura Hrown ugod J5 his ward
was shot and mortally wounded by
George ami Charles Hrown brothers
of the gill at DoKulb Mo.
Hs-uov.-rnor Francis is at the head
of a HI. Louis pool to control the
wheat market It la said to havo con-
trol of over half of the visible supply
anil that recent advances in prices Is
attributable to their manipulations
The net loss of rnveuuo to the gov-
ernment on ho omit of increased im-
port during Maicb. April May and
June in anticipation -f the im re a sod
duties of the n.-w tariir act is est
mated at S3wi. i " I tlm bo.eau of
statistics of th. ti.isnry department
liecause of th.- (uss;ife of the Dlug
ley bill Leou oldihan ounrr of
seven s .ar plant.it i.m-4 in Lotus'ana
and the lurifcst iM..tucr In the I nitcd
Htati's bus onli id a sixteen an I one-
half pe.rQH advance In wag s
tlr. UIiik' Now DUcavery for Coniumo'
This Is the bast medicine In tho
world for all forms of Coughs and
Colds for Consumption. Every bottle
Is guaranteed. It will cure and not
disappoint. It has no equa. tor whoop-
ing ootigh asthma hay fover nntu-
monla bronunltls la grippe cold In
the head and for consumption. It la
safe for all ages pleasant to take and
above all a sure cure. It a alwaya
well to take Dr King's New Life Pills
In oonueotlon with Dr. King's New
Dlseoveiy as they regulate and touo
the stomach and bowels We guar-
antee perfoet satisfaction or return
money. 1'rvo trial bottles at a E
Keufro's drug store Regular Biro s
eente and 81 00.
Ahilkxk Kans. Aug. 1 Jotopli
Killlngwortli and Nora Harris claim-
lag to lie from Oklahoma wore ar-
iwu wuarBAi wiiii iinsiorai COUUUCU
tue man w su years em. me girl only
17. The man pleaded truiltv. but tt
girl was not arraigned being held for 'i
'I oraa but ono minute" Bald
publle speauer in a husky to!c(
then he took a dose of One J
Oough Cure and proceeded sl
oratory. One Miuuto Cough ri0
unequalled for throat tg
troubles. Seatonian DrugO
drug store and C U. Renfro
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