The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 87, Ed. 1, Friday, September 10, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Official Organ of Oklahoma Domocracy Office of Publication Harrison Avonuo
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1897.
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I HPTTP P. A aT.P.
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Ev3rything in Our Line
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MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Fx-joexss.
The privileges I offer make my money the easiest and cheapest
in the territory. Call on
J. STUART MCKAY
105 80UTU F1UST ST.
Here and One Hundred Cents worth of
satisfaction for every dollar of your money.
We are making Fall Suits in the highest
style of the tailoring art. Our styles are the
latest our Woolens are fine beautiful and
substantial and we are charging the same
reasonable prices as heretofore.
WILLIS The Tailor
105 Oklahoma Ave Guthrie.-
.... HEADQUARTERS FOR ....
Barwick Bay Oysters.
Guthrie Okla. 189..
Dear Sir: Our Oysters are now larger and daily improving
in firmness and llavor. We respectfully solicit your orders
knowing we can please you. Below And price list:
In Bulk Per Gallon $1.25.
In Hulk Per Quart 5.
In Hulk Per Pint 20.
In Cases of 25 Each :J5.
Mrs Geo. Sabine
J. W. MoNEAL. PIIKSIDKKT
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Board of Director Incaddltlon to Bank Officers!
Jtmet Btralton Horace Speed Robert Martin J. B. Uottlngham
W. J HORSFALL. Cnehlor.
Silver and Gold Flour
Is the Finest Flour made from the best wheat grown in the world which
took the premium at the World' Fair for its superior qualities Milled with
the beat milling skill in the territory It costs no more than Hour that has not
lu superior quality. Ask your grocer for it. If ho doos not keep it and will
not order it for you send us the dealer's name auJ address and your full name
and address on a postal card and we will tell you where to get it or bare it
delivered to you at the regular market price.
MORRIS & WILLIAMS Muufactirtrs Guthrii. 0 T.
TYRTTH. QTrYRP. I
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and at Lowest Prices.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop. $
UUTIIltlE 0. T.
A. J SEAY Vice Pbksideht
TEN KILLED AND MANY
FLAMES ADD TO HORROR.
Frightful llend-llnd Collision on III
Sunlit Fe r Kmporla. Kan. "W.
J. llrynu In tbe Wreck He lt-
caped Uninjured aud Illil
(Jood Work ltecnln( the
Dead unit Injured.
Train Were Cluing at Full Speed Whan
llirr entitled Together Hnglna
L?iplode unit Set lire tu the
Mall and tSipre Car
Lilt uf the Dead and
KMI'OlttA. Kan. Sept. 9. The most
serious wreak the .Santa Fe railway
has had for years occurred tit 7:3ft Inst
evening about threo utiles east of
Na 1 the California trnln com-
poed of two engines mall baggage
and express cars six passenger
coaches sud threo l'ullinuns collided
with No. 18 the east bound fast mail.
Doth trains were running ut full speed
nud tlie force of the collision was ter-
rible. So far as known ten persons were
killed three or four fatally Injured
and a do7en others loss than fatally.
Shortly after the collision the trains
took Hie and were burned unci it in
futtred that several trainmen and
passengers who ure missing were una-
ble to got out of the wreck and were
The I.Ut of Known Dead.
NATli HOMdSTnit Topoka. en-
gineer of west bound train.
JAMES BUENNAX Topeka engin-
eer of wost bound train.
J. V. 1 SAL'KK 3110 Olive struct
Kansas City Mix express messenger.
It. A. DOHAX Emporia postal olerk
on cast bound train.
DAN M'lCEUNAN Topeka.
M. J. M'CLADi: Kattsas City postal
Two tramps namos unknown.
The berlouily Injured Are!
Willlnm Frlsbio Topokn engineer
of oast bound train logs broken and
otherwise fatally injured.
Bon Walters St Joseph Mo. 11 re-
man of cast bound train terribly man-
gled but may live.
C. V. Van Clove brakemau fatally
J. I Butler Cottonwood Falls
botlt thighs brokon may die.
11 O. McOoc postal clerk 3121 Oak
street Kansas City Mo. logs crushed.
V. F. Jones postal clerk SOU l)u-
garro avenue Kansas City Knn.
Claude llolllday postal clerk Law-
once both lugs broken and internally
injured may die.
John Dagati Topoka bruised about
Michael Sweeney Galnosville Tex.
It. 1. Meliok Atohlson. Kan. trav-
eling salesman bruises and sprains.
William Patrick Kansas City logs
and arms broken.
D. C. Ettor ...0 Charlotte strcot
Kansas City bralteiuau on east bound
train perhaps fatally.
l'hil Scltlor 1513 Lydla iivontio
Kansas City traveling salesman for
Ferd Holm Brewing company hip in-
jured. A. II. Adams M ox loo badly bruised.
Ciwue of the Wreck.
Tt.o trainman state that the acci-
dent Is duo to the negligence of the
agent at Lang who failed to llag Xo.
1 the wost bound train as he was In-
structed by the dispatcher to do.
Train No. 1 was one hour lute and
was running with two engines In order
to muku up lost time and should have
met the fast mail at Emporia. Thu
agent at Lang knew the trnln was
late and thought he would have time
to eat supper. While he was gone the
train passed the station.
The ears of the -fast mall did not
leave thu track but six of tiie oars on
the west bound traiu together with
tne three engines wore Jammed into
a mass. As soon as the passengers
and trainmen recovered from the
shook they looked for the injured anil
dead. Engineer Brennan wits found
under his engine dead. Engineer
Xato Ilollister was thrown thirty feet
from his engine and was picked up
dead. Engineer Frlsboo was picked
up nar a fence &ome distil nee -frorn-
tlie track fatally injured. Ben Wal-
ters his fireman was terribly mungled
but may live fcihurloy and Gonzella
dromon on No. 1 were fatally Injure!
and died after being removed from tlio
The four postal olerks on No. : wore
all found by the soarohers. They wero
U. O. MoGee W. F. Jonos. M. J. Mo-
Glade and Claude llolllday all of
Kansas City. llolllday s legs are both
broken and he is injured Internally.
M. J. McGlado was crushed and
bruised about the hoad and body and
died shortly before midnight Jo tie
legs are mashed and his head Is badly
out. McGee's legs are crushed Tito
postal clerk on the fast mall. It. A.
Doran died shortly after he was
found; J. F. Sauer express messenger
was killed and (X W. Van Cleve
brake man Is fatally injured.
The only passenger seriously In-
jured Is J. L. Butler county attorney
of Chase eon nly Both his thighs are
llryiin lloen Splendid Work
On the west bonnd train was W J.
Brian and T. M 1 'otter Both men
did splendid work lit the work of res-
cue Mr. Bryan assisted lu carrying
out of the wreckage two postal olerks.
Ho was by the side of Engineer Frls-
bee ii nil helped uttt nil him until the
doctors and relief train arrived from
The wounded were brought to Km
porin and ghen merv pmsiblo alien
Conductor Dave Ferguson uho had
-barge of train No. I said "lr were
muitiug at n good rate and us I knew
we were about on the fmt mall's time
I bx pec ted to lie signs led at Lang.
As we Mere not I thought we were
Into nud opcted to make Kmporin. "
Mr. Bryan said in speaking of the
wreck: Till lias been the most fright
ful-sceno I have ever witnessed. The
cries of the wounded were so pitiful
and we were tiuable to do anything
for their rollef."
Mr. Bryan was talking to Mr Tot-
ter when the collision oeeurred and
was throtiu heavily forward The
ear he was on which was the last
l'ullmnn. did not leave the track and
It took him but an instant to realise
what had occurred and to rush out of
Trains over tho Pnntti Fe- will bo
run by tho way of Ottawa for a few
days. Thu coat of tho wreck to tho
railway is estimated at S! 00000.
When the collision enmo there was
a crash llko thunder. Tho threo
mighty engines plunged into each
other with fearful impact The tear-
ing loose of the bolted iron thu hiss-
ing of escaping steam mingled with
the wrecking of timbers lu tho ears
caused a frightful din. And then
came a terrific explosion one of the
boilers having burst. Solid pieces
of heavy iron wore hurled
through the ulr many rods. The
three mall oars an 1 the baggage car
of tho wost bound train were totally
wrecked. Tho front half of the bag-
gage ear of tho cast bound train was
telescoped. Tho platform of tho one
passenger ooacli of tho east hound
train was broken loose but tho car
did not leave tho tracks. The front
steps of the slv coaches on the wost
bound traiu was smashed into kind-
ling wood and some of tho coaohos
slid high Into tho ulr over tho debris
of the threo engines. One ear left tho
trucks and lay at right angles to the
Above tho din and confusion of the
wrcok Rounded thu pitiful wailing of
the injured and dying men. Many
passengers wore only bruised and
tlioy almost wonted n pnniu by rush-
ing blindly wildly for tho exits. Many
ioaped from tlio windows of tho bat-
I'lrn Ilrenln Out.
As in all bad wrecks howovor tho
cooler headed passengers soon roas-
Hired tho frightened onus and the
work of rescue was begun. Mr. Bryan
loft his coach and was conspicuous
among tho rescuers. Far down in tho
heaps of debris sounded the walling
voicos of men ploadlug for nld. Wltilo
tho roscnors wore working with might
aud main to got at the unfortunates
liro broke out in tho wreckage of the
forward coaches and a cry for water
went up. Tlie water tanks woro torn
from their fastenings lu thu coaches
that could bo entered and blood-bo-smeared
men eurrlud Micin over the
broken Umbers in it vain attempt to
quell thu fust spending llainos.
Thu duud and mangled bodies of
four victims were dragged to the irrasn
beside tlie trucks. The women pas-
sengers huddled in terror and watched
the llu mix. grow liiglior ami higher.
As tlio lire roared and eriickud like a
furnace men with blanched faces
fought with the bruvury of heroes to
snbdno it hut they wero working
under the most adverse circumstances
uud It Roomed that thuv would he un-
able to stay tlie course of the tire
Tlio Haines at one time rose to such
height that they could be seen lu Em-
poria three miles awuy. Aftor hor-
culuau work they were subdued uud
It is hoped that no bodies were incin-
erated. bmiO.OOO lu hoiidf Destroyed.
A. B. Adams uho was injured wns
on his way to Mexico from New Jersey
with registered bonds amounting to
3400000 and a great denl of other val-
uables. They were all burned in tlie
fire that followed. The lire consumed
nearly all the wreck and three couches.
Mr. Bryan and Dave Leahy of To-
peka. Jumped out of the stum window.
They both lost their huts a ad huud
St. Josri'u Ma Jacpt. 0. Mrs.
Ethel Mltehel Mrs. Eva lloiTnor and
Miss Maggie E. Hill were arrostod to-
day for making and circulating coun-
terfeit money. Hansom J. Smith
formerly of this city was nrruatud In
Kansas City on tlio same charge He
Ls a member and leader of this crowd
and was the one especially wan tad by
the police Tho three women were
takon to jail in default of tlie re-
quired 8000 bond. Smith was locked
up In Kansas City and will bo brought
to St Joseph. This U Smith's native
elty and although he has an excellent
family his past reputation along tills
line particularly has been unsavory.
State's lllrht In Iowa.
Dbs MolSiBe Iowa aept a Govern-
or Drake said yesterdaj that he would
stand with the attorney general of
Iowa in the view that the aotlon of
the s'tate against Swiss insurance com-
panies was no violation of the treaty
rights. Secretary Sherman's note
would be taken up as soon as other
pressing matters should bet disposed
of and an answer penned embodying
A FAMINE IS CERTAIN
COLD STEAMER ON A BAR.
llirea Itelm nine Hold Keeker Declare
lint the I'rntUlona nt Dan-inn Clly
Will Not I. t Half the Vt Inter
Fifty Death From Scurry
So Far KieeUlor I
Due VUth Million.
El'nr.KA. Cal.. Sept n The steatite
Xntional City which arrived roster-
day from St Michaels Alaska where
It connected with the river steamer J.
J. Ilcaloy. brought three passengers.
One of these J A. l.tilstou of San
Fraiti'laco says that there ls lots of
gold in the Klondike but it is gener
ally still lu the ground. It isbolieied
thut the claims now located could turn
out fifty tons tills winter if tlie sour-
city of food should not prevent full
operation He declares that 0000 men
are at work about Dawson Cltv and
the supply of food for those men is to-
tally insunlelont In fact It Is feared
that tlio stores will bo exhausted bc-
fotc the winter shall bo half over.
Italslou says that one of tho best
claims oh thu Eldorado is tlio property
of Jamos Hall of Missouri It will
turn out nt least Sl.OOd.OOO. Claim Xo.
la on tlio Eldorado ls also very rich
On tlie wav down tho river from
Dawson t'itv. Aliicli place the steamer
Hoaluy left August H. the steamer
Wcaru was found hurd fust on n bar
about 1200 miles from the mouth of
the river. The boat had boon on the
bar for twenty days and tho Hcalcy
laid alongside took oil' her passengers
uud some of the freight jud then pro--ceded
on tlio wav.
13. Leonard another passenger on
tho Xatioual City.says that the Woaro
had on board 'ISO passengers and about
SI.. -.00.000 In treasure. The gold was
transferred to thu Hcalcy and taken
to St. Michaels. When asked why ho
returned Leonard said: "I found I
nnd to get out or starve. Thoio tiro
1000 men in Dawson and not more
than a third of thorn havo work. If
you have not a stock of grub you can't
get work nt tiny price. 1 had provis-
ions for thteo months and no one
wanted inc. I had not enough to work
my own ehiliii till spring so 1 sold my
stock at a good llguio nud will wait
until spring-. Jim Dunsmnlr tlie El
lorado king has had S3O.0J0 worth of
provisions ordered for some months
hut has not been able to obtain more
than u fifth of it oven with tho cash
put up lu advance."
1. Lnmbnf Portland Is authority for
tho stntomelit thatotor fifty mutt havo
lied of scurvy the past summer.
The Excelsior duo any day is ex-
peeled to bring millions in gold.
Viitoiiia. British Columbia Sopt S.
Tho stoamur Itriwlol returned to this
port this morning. It started u week
igo for SI. Mlclifcels with 'JOO minors
who w eio to lmn Dei. i taken up the
river by the steamer Eugene. The
Kugono sprung a leak and could not
pificeed on 1U voyage so the trip had
to be abondonod
ltdivnrd I.lllle Fearro Dead.
Ilosiox Sept. 0 Tlio dunth of Ed-
wnrd LIUlu Pource lawyer author
sud philanthropist is nunonueod from
Paris. Ho was born hi Massachusetts
lu lb 30 and after hi education was
llnisiicd began his professional lifu tu
"liiuluuatl where Iih entered tlie law
illlee of Salmon P. Chase. Ilo cnturcd
thu at my upon tho on I break of tlie
war and rendered ell'ectlvu service
iiiuoiig the colored people of the KoiiIIl.
A Mlehlff'Wi Mine Otvuer (leueron
Ownwo. Mich . Sept 0. Todd Kin
laid president of the Corn una Coal
WHiipany has notified his miners thut
iliiee the first of the month the price
for digging hit been adraneed from
50 to vo niiU per ton. an udrauoa of
ten to twenty-five cents a day to the
miiiur. The advance was given uu-
iollelted. Nit Month' tiold III Australia.
WasiiimoioX Kept a Consul Gene-
ral Muralltt reports to the statu de-
partment yesterday that for the six
months ended June W there were re-
ceived at the Melbiirn Australia mint
819311 ounces of gold. This euuic
from Australia and the surrounding
A Venerable Mlnurl Woman Deiid.
Krvaiia Mo. Sept ft Mrs. He
booea Hyau aged U7 years died at her
home In Virgil township yesterday.
She was born in East Tennessee April
4 leOO came to this county over forty
years ago aud liad lived hore ever
Ilrookfleld Itrpubllesn Indorie low.
Nkw Vouk Sept 9. The Brook field
faollon of the llepublloan party of
whlah General Wagor Swaynu Is pres-
ident at a meeting last night mloptod
a resolution indorsing Seth Low the
Citizens Lnlon candidate for mayor.
Fenuylaula' Secretary Jtelcn.
lUititisuuiia IV Sept 0. General
Frank Ileoder secretary of the Com-
monwealth tendered his resignation
to Governor Hastings to-day to take
elTeet at once. The governor asked
for Secretary Ileoder's ro&ignaUon on
A Cargo of Corn for France.
I'lUt-ADELliHA Sept 8. The British
steamship Itecoa sailed from this port
yesterday with JIL'Od bushels of corn
consigned to Bordeaux. This Is the
first cargo of corn shipped to France
In many years.
STOPPED BY THE POLICE.
MeCoy-liyan FIBht Deelared a Draw In
the Fifth Koiind
SriiAri'fli. X. Y . Sept The Al
hambru rink was crowded with more
than 3400 persons when tlie time for
the MeCoy-Ilyntl fight arrived 'there
wtts a big gathering of prominent
porting men and tho hotting at the
ringside while it was by no means
lively showed tho Interest taken In
the bout The odds were $loon to $70.1
In McCoy's favor xvhoii the right 1h-
gnn. The first round npand livelt.
AlcLoy sending Ins left into Kyan s
jaw aud Ityan hit Me Coy in tlie chest.
Piddling followed n clinch and McCoy
shot Ids left into thu chosl and upper-
ent with his right lauding on Kyan't
jaw. Tho ronnd closed with McCoy bear-
ing the hohura. McCoy rushed in tho
secong round and sent his left into tho
ltody. Ityan clinolied. He lifted Mc-
Coy oil his feet and McCoy poked with
his loft. Crios of foul sounded In-
fighting followed. MeCov landed in
ltynn's right oye In the third round
and set the clarot lowing McCoy
rushed and By an fell to his knees. In-
fighting followed. In the fourth
round Uyan rushed McCoy to the
ropas t' lee. Thu men weie warming
up pretty lively In tho fifth when the
police Interfered and tlie match was
duel a rod a draw
TRAIN ROBBERS RUN.
Attempt to Hold ITp the Southern Fit-
LATiinor Cal. Sept 0. Tho South
ern Pad flu express train Xo. 17
from San Iranclsco to Los Angeles
wns hold up at a switch nour Morrano
at 0 o'clock last evening. Elnborato
preparations had been mnde by tho
train robburs who piled ten ties across
tho trnek and hud smt tlio pile on firo.
As the train slowed up tlie robbers
who worn standing beside tlio fence
near tho track fired live shots at the
train men. A tramp riding on top of
the baggage 00 r was shot In tho hip
being tlie only porsou wounded. Two
deputy nheriliK. who liapponod to be
011 the trnln tried to return tho lire
but tlie robbers becoming frightened
ran across tho Hold lu tlio direction of
tlio Snn Joaquin rlvor wlthoutmaklng
any further attempt to loot tho train.
STRIKE NOT YET ENDED.
Uotuiuhii Convention Likely to Vote
Down the l'ropoed Settlement.
CoM'Miurfl Ohio SopL 0. Tho in-
torstato miners' convention adjourned
last ovoning until this morning with-
out having tukeii it voto on tho ques-
tion of accepting or rejecting the
proposed settlement of tlio strike.
Tho prospect for the acceptance of
the settlement arc somewhat doubtful.
In fact a canvass of tho situation
shows it majority of tho yotos unless
some changca should be brought
about will ho oust against it The
convention is one of tho largest dule-
ga'o gatherings the miners hnve ever
held there being 180 delegates 011 tlio
ground and more expected to arrive
during the morning.
PLATT TO FIGHT SETH LOW
I.lttle Doulit That the Itepuliltonu Ala-
ehlne Will Oppiun Mini.
Xiw Yoiik Sept 0. Tlio candidacy
of Seth Low for mayor still is the
principal topic of discussion among
politicians of tlie Greater Now York
Tlie attitude to lie assumed by tho Ue-
publlciiu orguniiwttiou toward thnt
candidacy seems no longer a matter
of speculation. Senator Piatt and
Chairman (Julgg lia"vo decided uuequlv-
leally that the ItopiiblleHii city con-
volition wilt not Indorse aw. I'hey
limit now bond nil their energies to
ward the fulfilment of the prophecy.
An Indorsement of !-ow menus the
overtluow of Plait The Plait pro-
gramme hits teen fairly outlluud. It
embraces the idea of forcing I.ow from
tlie fie hi.
Aeronaut .lump 'loo julk.
Ciiii.i.iuotiik Mo. Se4. ". Pro-
fessor IkiMtrth the aeronaut who made
the balloon ascension ut & o'clock yes-
terday afternoon at tlie fair grounds
was fatally Injured by the failure of
Ills iKirautiHlo to oieu readily when
lie made his descent He was about
1'tO feel in the ulr when lie eul loose
aud bofnre his puraehttte opened lie
was lM than fifty feet from the
ground. His Injuries are such thut
recovery it considered Impossible
J'rl.uner Net Flro to n .lull.
Ghkat Uknii If an. Sept. 0 Kurly
this morning prisoners in the count v
jail set fire to the ceiling but before
the fire hud made much headway tin-
smoke overcame their desire for es-
cape aud they sounded the alarm.
The fire was extinguished before much
damage was done though tbe county
treasurer's oillee suffered somewhat
Fauln Among tlm .(all lllrd.
Kansas Cirr Mo Kept a A crv
of Are in the euuuty jail about :.
o'clock last night caused a panic
among tlie prisoners. A number of
men oou fined 011 the third Hoor had
(Hilled irtuttrwMM from their cells
dragged them to tho south end of tin-
corridor plied thaw up and set fire to
Colorado Midland I Sold.
COLOKAIH) SrHIVOS Col. Kept '
The Colorado Midi uud railrotMl .yester-
day formally passed into the owuer-
shlp of the Central Trust rouipauy of
New York by sale under foreclosure
Snow Falls In Montana.
Buttb Mont Sept Snow feu
here for several hours yesterday fore
noon. Tho. weather was quite uald
though the suew incited as fast as It
Koyal makes the food pure
wlioloaoie and lcllcloui.
oi ika mow co htw ro
Tho Annual Missionary Convention
Hold Interesting Sessions
The sixth annual session of the Ter-
ritorial Ohrlatlau Missionary conven-
tion of tho Christian churches of Ok
lahoma opened yesterday morning
with President Dick T. Morgan pro
siding. Tho attendance was not qutto
as largo as was expected but this did
not hinder tho sessions being thu most
Intorosting In tho history of tho or
Tlie opening devotional exorcises
woro conducted by W. E Payne of
Arkansas City. Kan. after which tho
convention proceeded to the discussion
of tho subject "Best Plans and
Methods to Extend tho Territorial
Work" which was opened by W. A.
Humphrey of Guthrie and was fol-
lowed by J. A Tabor II. Chltwood S.
L. Tcaguo and G. II. Dixon. All
b polio to tho point and presented
several good plans for tho advance-
ment of the cause of Christ in Okla-
homa. Tho addrcsa of rvclcorao by W. A.
Iltttuphroy camo next and was bright
aud happy and spoke glowingly of tho
hospitality offarcd by tho Guthrlo
church nnd inudotho visiting delegates
fuel perfectly at home. This was ro-
pouued to by T. J. Dickson of El
lu tho absence of tho recording
secretory Vcrlta Williams of Still-
water was uppolntcd to act for tho
Tho annual address of President
Dick T. Morgan wus filled with gooa
things giving a review of tho past
live years' work aud progress. At
present there are about eighty organ-
ised congregations in the territory
tlftocn of which havo housets of wor-
ship and tweuty-flvo inoro expect to
build tho coming year.
Tho first two hours of tho afternoon
session were devoted to tho Christian
Endeavor work aud was very profit-
ably spent in tho discussion of hvo
to pi os on tho work. Eaclt speaker
dpoko to tlio point -vud mado this pari
of the convention 0110 of tho most la-
foresting. At tho close of Hub session
G W. Muchlcy of Kansas City mado
a few brief remarks on tho work
which woro timely and to tho point.
Aftor tills President Morgan re
sumed the chair and Secretary btone
made his annual report of tho work
done by tho board tbe past yoar This
showed thut tho work accomplished
was principally that of retrenchment
and consolidation of congregations lu
rural districts and otherwise but few
now urgautillouk had been formed
Acting 'Iroosurcr J F. Stone's re
port showed that thu work of the past
year was begun with' an empty trcas
u ry and that only 517.10 had been re-
ceived which was still on hand.
Tho convention reconvened at 8 p m
and devotional services woro conduct-
ed by J. P. Brown of Clifton after
which G. W. Muoklcy of Kansas City
Mo. secretary of the ohurch extension
hoard of the Christian church deliv-
ered an address on tho works of that
At tho olose of his address S'0 was
raised In pledges and cash for this
Hdueatn Your llourel With 'arnret.
Caady Cathartic cure vo&atlpaimn former
lis Ok. If C O C fall druvflau ret uixl uiutiry
Ihniai City drain and I.lva NtoeU.
Hart Wheat -.Vo X Se'c; No. a. obC.
No 4 S3 rejciled HS.
oll Wheat No I 5; Nu 9 91c Nu
S7 ".!( . rejected bO.s.c
Sunn Wfct No i. H&t. No 3 MVgS.i..
No t 7h(
Mixtd (ura--No. J. 7t4C Ko. 3. 28Vt
No. 4 -c 00 grade -i4c Wtiuo
torn-s''. i -7Vi; No. 3.-7. No. 4 8l
Oats Mixed -No 'J. law Nu 1 lOSiilK
Nu 4 n .fclilc. Nu. .' white lUVic Nui 3
JtS No. 4 17c
Hye We. No i. 47 S'a 3 4Sc. Na 1
llran Tuactrn 43c In 10O-lb s-clcs
lUy- ( lidice prairie IS . Na 1 l 7523.
N i. (4 '43 N' 3 l3SO. ilious
llmulliv 17 JO. N 1 t.JOiiS. wiurcC
( ililc Reielptn. losjj Cilrej CoS;
hlpeil l.SIS c.ttle 34 cilrca Uood
n. ( vo Jlile Mere tle-iiy aad active utaera
low ?n.l OArely iu.J) Lieht stoik t.tlle
Shli'pniK aart dreaaed beef sUcxs 11.40a
4 1" nil v heller. IS. VQ.3 6S n.tlva
-.. 4 1 . i7i n.llre feeder. 13 803
4 i i -i v slocker. I8M410.
II. .s Iteidirf It S.l shipped. 71 1 Tbe
mir4-t iicnei .t to c tower os tight
uoa ad about ltdv with the clae yt-
terdAy ou otbrra tne iloae to-dar was
'Jvtc 'utc blf an Uau '.be low time yejicr-
Hheep-tUcctpu s s... shipped. 384 Tua
Market was aenerailv iteady
rollowln; are t lr salci-
4S l.tobe 17 41 i SOUl&B 71 4 60
B03 I't Ibe 60 4 4 I atVv. OS 3 76
i4 n-t .hl.'l S f0 j t& sfceep btf .3 'JU
4 nbeeu S7 IJU I 1 C-lt 30 8 00
Icull tO 200 I S bucks 143. .'-3
TU CUltK A UUI.U IN ONK iX
Take Laxativo Urotno Quinine Tablets
All d.uggisis refund tbe money if U
falls to cure tsc
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 87, Ed. 1, Friday, September 10, 1897, newspaper, September 10, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74027/m1/1/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.