The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 139, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 10, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
lUUroad Timo Tallin.
Atchison TopnKfi A Hants. Ife.
NOKTH. EAST AMU WEST.
ji 6:40 a. m.
Leave Arrive I Arrive
authrle. I Kan. Pity ICajcaKO.
5. ma raf 6 OOp. m. iVilJa.a.
3.30p.ra 6:Wa.tn. llO.Wp.m
7:00a in. Local Freight.
S0U2II aOUTHKABT AND SOUinWIST.
Arrive I Arrive
12:1b p. m.
11.05 p. ra.
j:jo p. m
1 p. in
8.00 a in
ft Wortn QalvVn
p p. m i9 06 a.m.
8 0B a. ni. 19:36 p.m.
A. J. CorVlna A(?ont.
Uboctaw Oklnliomn A Unlr It It. Co.
t.eave Kl lteno 6:40 am
Leave Oklahoma City ..... 7:am
Leave Shawnee B 14 am
Leave South McAlestor ...IS:t0 pm
Arrive Wilier 3:00 pm
Arrive Fort Smith .. 4:Jpm
Arrive Bt. Louis . 1:36 am
Leave St Louis 8:90 pm
Leave Ft. Smith II. ST am
Leave Wlster .......... I'M) pm
Leave South McAUeler 4:10 pm
Leave Shawnee 7:3 pm
Leave Oklahoma City .. . B:0S pm
Airlve Ki Rimio . 10.06 pm
lletween OUlitliotim tiltr nml Kl Heno.
Leave Oklahoma City tor west 9:06 am
Arrive l'.l Heno 10:IS pm
Leave Kl lteno for eant 0:40am
Arrive Oklahoma City ..7 10 am
Leave Oklahoma City lor west 3:Wpm
Arrive Kl lteno .. 4:6 pm
Leave l'.l lteno east 11:16am
Arrive Oklahoma City ... I :IOptu
Trains to and from Outhrle make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City.
Make close connections at Kl lteno for
toluls on the Hock Islanl north and louth.
For rates anil Information apply to
J. F. HOLUKN Tramc Manager
O. M M. ELLSWORTH
Agent Oklahoma City.
Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City O. T
T"H0UAS S. WHITE
Washington D. C
rtoomi 10I-S-S Atlantic HulMlng.
Mining Land and Patent Lavr a Specialty
AVID L. QITl'
WashlnKton D. C.
No. 621 F. Street N. W.
Formerly Principal Examiner Pension
The pension policy of the future will In all
proDauiuty oe more nuerai
ATSON E. COLEMAN
Land and Patent Attornoyi
WashlnKton. D. C.
Washington Loan and Trust Ul'dg
HEFERENOES-Uon. M. V. Allen TJ. S. Sen-
ate Hon. Late Pence. Klnderhook N. Y.
lion. John O. Hell H. 0.; Hon. J. D. Hicks
TKANIC II. CROSTHWAITE
WashlnKton D. C
IS20 P Street N. W.
Land Pactlce a Specialty.
NAOMI Rcuekah Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F..
meeti every Thursday evening at 7:Ju
in Odd Fclows hall In the Weinberger build-
ing. Visitors welcome.
1IIKDK SCOTT N. O.
KATIE McWKTIIY Sec y.
GUTHRIE Camp No. 3 Woodmon ot the
World meets every Monday nlcht In the
K. ot I' hall. Visiting Woodmen are wel-
come J 15. TOWERS Clerk.
ED. PENTECOST Con. Com.
OUTHRIK LODGE NO. 2
A. F. Sc A. M. Regular meet-
ing third Tuesday evening
in cacn monio ai so ciock.
All brcthreu cordially In-
vited to attend.
H. F. ARDRRY Set
A J COVINS. W. M
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W. meets
Thursday evenings of each week at 7:30
In Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
J T HRICKNKK M. W.
L. N HUMSHER Itecorder.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
every Wednesday at 7:W In their hall
in the Victor block corner First and Harrl-
ion. Vlsltlnz knights are always welcome
JAMES M WHEELER a C.
J. mUOAltT M. of F. andK. of R. S
IO R M Meets every Tuesday night In K.
K of P. hall. Visiting chlels always wel-
M. ii. LiiiHUiii unici oi ucorus.
GUTHRIE Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F. meets
Monday night of each week at 7:30. Vis-
iting Odd Fellows alwavB welcome.
V. W RlTTERHUSail. N. O.
a W. URUGK. Sec'y lock bos ITS.
OKLAHOMA encampment No. 1 1. O. O. F
meets every Tuetday evening In Odd
Fellows hall at 7:30. All visiting patriarchs
welcome .V. KRE1JB C. P.
U L bTROUQII. Scrtbe
STARVATION IS CARRYING.
DEAD LEFT TO VULTURES.
Half the Itiirnl I'opulntlnn Dond I'hyil-
cliwn of Ilnvmin I'orblilili-n to Give
Starvation in the Cnusoof licit li
Wojrlor'n 1'rloiuU I'omeiit-
Ing Agitation Anlmt
UTUAL RKNEFIT TO LADIES. We
furnish employment. procure help; buy
sell or exchange fancy articles novelty
roods periodicals etc.
WOMEN'S INFORMATION BUREAU
Room SO Lyon Block
Cor. Harrison and Division
Bakery and Gale
Now Opons tho Wesson With all tho
Delicacies the Market Affords.
Oysters Served In Any Style.
Short Order a Specialty.
Special Attention Ulvon to Socials and
Havaxa Nov. 0. The annexation-
ists 1 1 tire received through the col-
umn of n newpnper of this city a
Hint that it will be well to abandon
their meeting. The article in ques-
tion conveyed the intimation Unit the
club was to be proceeded nihilist as a
gambling' institution uuilur which
pretext It would be possible to cause
its members n great deal of trouble
without going to tho length of accus-
ing them of conspiracy. These meet-
ings have therefore been discon-
tinued. At the solicitation of Scnora ISinila
QiiesnUn widow of Senor Arlega Quo
sada Captain Cencral lllnnco has par-
doned her son Julio (juesadn a
nephew of Senor Ihinsalles Quesadn
of theX'tibau junta nt New York. The
young man was under sentence of
Seven insurgents were tried by court
martial here lo-Uay and llfly-lhroe in-
surgents were sent to the penal settle-
ment on the Isle of l'lties.
Marshal lllnnco has issued the fol-
lowing Oil let olllciully described us
"expressing the magnanimous sontl-
menla of the queen regent and the
firm determination of tho national
"I pardon In full all those who have
been prosecuted for tho crime of re-
bellion. Itebols prosecuted for com-
mon crimes Independent of rebolliou
such as spoliation Immorality and the
liko will bo pardouud as ebels but
judged for other offenses committed
Wcyler has gone but his purpose to
"exterminate tho breed" of Cuban
patriots Is being fulfilled. Starvation
Is killing the "concentrndoos" by tens
of thousands llungor is doing what
Spain's loo.ooo soldiers cannot accom-
plish. Women and children the weak
tho old tiro dying like sheep; the rural
population concentrated In tho towns
has filled tho gra veynrds and its dead
now lie mi burled.
The physicians of Havana arc now
forbidden to giro starvation (inaui-
don) us ii cause of death. When
women and children starve tho re-
ports of llnlr death are falsified.
A correspondent in tho town of San
Domingo writes in the Diurio I. a
Marina: "A multitude of sick fall
dying upon gtirlmgo In the htrcots
hure and there they lie after having
served as Ignominious spectacles for
some hours they are collected and
hauled away In the ox curls used for
garbage to tho dumping grounds. If
the bodies nre admitted to the cemo-
torj" they roach there only in this un-
seemly manner. The church ceme-
teries nre full. So uioU of these dead
bodies are thrown Into the fields to be
eaten by the birds and dogs."
The "birds" of which this corres-
pondent writes arc vultures.
Jloth the newspapers which sup-
ported Weylor and those -who opposed
him are now forced to tell half the
truth about the starving "couceu-
trados." The hospitals here aro as full as the
ifraveyard. Certainly not more than
00 per cent of the deaths among the
"couoenlrudos" in this city are re-
ported. Hut from these ofllelnl llgureH
it is easily learned that the deat't rato
among the children of the eoneen-
trailos in hospitals and public build-
ing is 00 per cent; among the adults
So er cent. And the death rate In
tho smaller cities and towns where
no meat is received from the United
States is even larger thnu this dread
Madiud how ft Oonerol Wcyler's
political bnukors supported by his In
fluential lollnwltij; !! the army are
fomenting an ngltntiou In his behalf
against the government policy and
are preparing to give him a reception
on his arrival which will if they can
bring It about neutralize the critical
attitude of the Sagasta cabinet. Se-
nor Itomero Hobledo who Is leading
the agitation will meet Ueneral Wey-
ler on his arrival on the JlonUurraU
Meanwhile he is organizing a series
of publla moetlngs to protost ngalnst
the recall of Weylor and ho proposes
a reorganization of tho Conservative
party upon the basis of the program
of the late Senor Cunovas del Castillo
t Cuba and the PhlliuDlnos
FRAUD 18 CHARGED.
Ksnim luvtMiment Ciiuipanles Seed for
Topkka. Khii Nov. 8. -The Scot-tlsh-Ainerlcnii
Investment company of
Edinburgh yesterday fllod sultagalnst
the Kansas Loan and Trust company
and the Trust company of America
and T. It Sweet for upwards
of 8l?0ooo T.fty thousand dol-
lars of this Is for irrigation bonds
elatiued to have been sold to tho In-
vestment company by the defendants
upon false and fraudulent represouto-
tlons. About $'. ooo Is claimed for
real estat loans said to havo boon sold
to the Investment company on false
statements and nhout Sio.ooo Is for
ronl estate loans belonging to the In-
vestment company and claimed to havo
been collected by the defendants and
never paid over.
The Trust Company ot America wns
Iho successor to the Kansas Loan and
Trust company lloth companies were
orgnnlscd and run by T. U. Swcot and
Ueorge M. Noble of Topokn. Tho
Kansas Loan and Trust company was
organlred some twenty-flvo or thirty
years ago and has been the largest
Institution of Its hind in the state.
CLARKSON BOOK ILLEGAL.
Judge llnttm of Topakn Ilcoldet Against
tlm Insurniica Unto I'lier.
Toprka Kan Nov. 0. Judge Union
of tho district court to-dny denlod the
application of Harrison Clarkson for
nn Injunction restraining Webb Mo-
Nail as superintendent of Insurance
from interfering with ClnrUson's rat-
ing bureau. McXs.ll replied to Clark-
son's petition by filing a domurror
but tlm judge overruled it nnd at tho
Bamu time denied tho Injunction.
.ludge Haseu says explicitly in his
decision that tho rating bureau has
been conducted by-Clarkson in viola-
tion of tho Kansas anti-trust law and
that McNall has tho right to rovoho
tho liconse of any insurance company
using ClnrVson's rate booh which Is
proparod and issued in violation of
law. This virtually knocks Clarkson
out and sustains McNnll's course.
Kilaento Your jinnels With Cmirnrctii.
Candy Cnthnrtlc euro tonstlpntlon forever
10c 35a. It C. O. O full drumrlsts refund money.
MRS. ANGELL'S SUIT.
Jiulgo llcnoh ICefuaei to DlsinUs tho Cnso
Agnlnit tho (loulil llttntc.
Nnw Youk Nov. . Judge llench In
tho supreme court to-day denied tho
motion to dismiss the suit brought by
Mrs. Angell to establish hor right of
dower in the estate of tho late Jay
Gould. The case was then placed
upon the preforred culcudar and will
be called in Decombor
Atlanta rnllcomiiii Klllod.
Atlanta Oa.. Nov. 0. Patrolman
J T. l'rondor was killed last night nt
7 o'clock whllo ho wns shadowing a
supposed burglar who had onterod
tho wholcsalo whisky houso of L
Stclnau. Tho officer saw a man enter
tho building nnd followed. When
the ofllcor struck a match ho wns
fired upon five limes and died In a fow
minutos. Kttrly this morning the bus-
iness of Stulnuu was placed In tho
hands of a recoivcr. Tho police Inti-
mate that some jnomber of the firm
oudoavorlng to secure money from tho
vault entered and Hading himself
discovered killed tho only eye wit-
ness who was Ofllcor I'ronder.
AVm It Murder nr Accident?
Paoi.a Kan. Nov. ft Tho body of
an unknown man was found on the
M. K. fc T. railway south of l'aoln
this morning. From tho grease nn his
clothes It Is judged that lie had been
working nround nn engine. Ills head
was split open and the brains scat-
tered nearly three rail lengths along
the track. There Is some suspicion
that the man wns alroady dead when
the train struck him.
Trie In Kill tlm family.
Topkka Kan. Nov. 0. 1'rod Man-
tor an ox proas messongor who has
bean sick at the homo of his brother-
in-law William ltowcra. for bomu time
wont violently insane yesterday and
took nn ax and tried to kill the family.
Mr. llowors Mibduod him In n tussle
for possession of the nx and held him
until tho officers arrived.
Denver' Cigarette I-tir.
Drxvkii Colo. Nov. . Acting
Mayor Scoboy has approvod tho ordi-
nance recently passed by tho council
fixing a license fee of 31000 for all
dealers in cigarettes. In addition the
ordinnnoe provides n system ot inspec-
tion and a penalty for selling cigar-
ettes that contain gypsum opium or
other drugs injurious to health.
I I Jal " 4Vl''N flPMPV
KLY'B CHIMM 1A1 M I n po.ltlvrrnre.
Applr mm t.ic ti .-I ' . Ii I i(iih Vi diwnrlx'd M
CcnU st Prfu pt r tv mi. I rsmi r li by msll.
KLY 1IHO 11 Its VI urn n 't.Ninl ork C'ltv
HiwU Cnrrlrd mi llif llemN of nu.
The uchleenjcnt bus often been re
ferred to of the carrying of mi ai.'ltoats
on the backs of men. The expression
is not quite accurate for the Congo
natives arc trained from infancy to
carry burdens on thHr heads When a
Ifiuropean on the lower Congo "-ent his
black boy to a store to buy some cig
arettes he was surprlsul to see the
servant return with the tln package
on his head. When a Congo woman
has smoked her much-loved pipe the
treasure Is likely to repose on her head
until she again requires II. and If her
husband unfortunately run Inn able
to procure a bottle of rum. he walks
home with it nicely balanced on his
head throwing stones at the stray dogs
and rats In his way without the
slightest Idea that he Ii lenlly an ex-
pert equilibrist. Most of the many
thousands of pieces of s'oiimbnnts were
carried on tho heads and not on the
backs of men.
The 50000 natives of thf lower Congo
who have been rarrylnK these steam-
boats and all o'her freight around the
cataracts arc the very men who could
not be Induced eighteen yeais ago to
give a helping hand to Mr. Stanley.
He wished to carry 1830 man-loads
nnd he had only 190 Zanzibar and Lo-
ango porters for the work. Some ot
the natives would sell him a little of
their time but they would not rarry
his goods more than two or three miles
beyond thplr homes. Stanley's failure
to sec'iro the carriers he needed along
the river delaved his work on the up-
per Congo for more than a year and
the labor question was I he most per-
plexing problem with which he had (o
deal. He hrniiRht his cnrrleis thou-
sands of miles from Zanzibar and oth-
er coasts of frlen Harper's Hound
Sen Smith tho bill distributor.
ntlMAINS OF A LOST flAOB
(Superior IVople tlrlrea to th Svrmnp of
Whnt In Now I.nliWUna.
Prof. 0 sorgo It. Defer of Tulme
university New Orleans 1ms Just re-
turned from his explorations of the so-
called Indian mounnn along the lied
river and between mat straam and the
Mississippi In Franklin Natchitoches
and other neighboring parishes which
he Investigated for Tulane university
and the Louisiana Historical society.
Hr was able to distinguish the several
layers of ea.lh. shell and clay deposited
at different times and to demonstrate
a greater antiquity for the mounds
than had been siippoaed an antiquity
of at least 1.000 years. The skeletons
and Implements discovered proved fur-
ther that the Inhabitants ot these
mounds were not of the race Of the
ordinary red Indians who were found
there by the Kreneh aud Spanish ex-
plorers but a race akin to the Aztecs
or Toletlcs of a more peaceful dnosi-
tlon than the neighboring Indians and
originally more civilized. They had
apparently been forced Into the great
swamps by tho surrounding Indian
tribes and their civilisation had de-
teriorated under the unfavorable con-
ditions in which they lived.
Prof. Ueyer's later explorations con-
firmed his former ones or rather show-
ed that there were two varieties of
mounds 'n tho country he explored
one variety on the higher land ap-
parently erected by Indians and used
mainly for burial purposes; the other
built by a more ancient race and con-
taining skulls ot the same kind as
those found in Catahoula. The Indian
mounds cjntalned a large number of
skeletons with heads distinctively In-
dian arrows tomahawks etc. Tho
other mounds were In the swamps or
lakes like those of Mexico. Such lakes
were once abundant along the Hed riv-
er but nearly all have been drained
dry to-day by the lemoval of tho Hed
river raft. The number of these
mounds fairly staggered Prof. Iloyor.
he found no fewer than fifty clustered
together and extending n distance of
two miles fiom llrowit's bayou to Lit-
tle Deer creek. They were so close to-
getheronly flftv feet apart as to
make what must have been In old days
a settlement or town.
lllggett t .onirr in h WorM
From th( - ! LuiiK f.' ..- i M t.
The tnrt t fountain li ihe w t I ' km
turned or nrmtly at fndlanaiinli nmi
permitted to flow for an hour it H
one of the cascades now In the course
of cnntrii. M.ni .it the base of the Sol-dM-.
Voniinn-nt The (low of water
meiMircs f nil v up to the contract.
uli ch (alls for 7000 gallons a minute
at em h of the two cascades a rep;-
n' it thine with n capacity under high
pu a-Mi.-p howexer that Is much great
er The enmhltipd capacity of the
world-famous fountains at Versailles
hitherto the Inraest in the world is
80000 gallons nn hour. They would
make but feeble streams in comparison
with the monument eaacadea and vet
Ihe .! ot i.:r.:.:iiK the French foun-
t.dnn Im bo ki nt that the water is only
tinned on on gala days.
To Curo Cunatlpntlou Vnrcvri.
TaUeCiHiftiotn ("iimly Cutlmrtlo. I0o orS&c.
If C C U. full to cur" druggists refund money.
Tho 3:30 train Is tho throiiRh Colorado
lBattlOltlt Btf MHWlll !!
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I
i 25 SO KIlSW3DnUGGISTS
m A lablt: t nnw tintl then wl 1 1 n nt I mi t i n nit nunr.er i jrufjlaintu
results r nil) v nun cm t i 1 1 nn in tu mini 'II i'i" l ' 1 K lilrriw nn
auwlnir rtky natural
t York S?0
To Curo Oniittlpntlon I'orover.
Talis OMearets Condy UsUmrtlc lOe or no.
It a a a fsll to eur. itruttaTlstt refttnil mnnev
Ltltlo t Co. aro proparod to give you
itBt what you want In tho eahool book
School books and school auppltea at
tho postofllco book storo
See Smith tho bill distributor
Wo buy soil and oxeunnga old
school books of any kind. K. II.
LUllO & CO;
Flue Kentucky whiskies brandies
and wlnoe. HaadqunrterB for- Pabet
Mllwaukao beer and good genuine
sparkling (last's champagne only SO
cants pur botllo at Ssmo Obi Motes
ill UaJrlson nvenuo
Attoud tho lecture course the coming
Miss Zoo Thompson now has chart's
ot tho post olllcn book storo. See liar
for your school booita nnd suhool sup-
plies. Lowost prlcos on sahool euppllos at
tho postofllco hook store.
Win Rltzhaupt proprietor ot the
Vlonna bakery and oystor house has
put In connection with his establish-
ment delicacies of imported and do-
mestic goodB received yesterday Vir-
ginia SwUs choose Holland hplced
herring Imperial brick chceEc spiced
ptgB foot imported dill pickles Rim
slnn caviar Oarvolat wurst French
potit polls and nil kinds of good eata-
bles to nupnly nil hungry peoplo.
Opon until 18 p m
V. II. Llllio & Co. received today tho
largost shipment of Bcbool nnd mlsccl
lanooua books ovor rocelvcd in the
city nearly 2000 volumes.
Have No Traveling Aqpnts
Hot we ask trn who Mve friends rr l ng
lathe trriili.iiul wKh to m.irk thf pi av.-
memory of the 'lead m Come to urn v .
ami What Yon Are Iluylna and -!
PromW to 50 Per Cent by Dnlnr 'ihl War
Agents rcnreentlni Urge stocks ufiu li
noi ii iTe nan w n u
" in On i she 1
y a Art
price n i(
Think ot ii v
percent less. e guarantee ill f .r
work. All tbe work In the (luthrtc cemetery
except six small Jolm w.n done by i
notice the name cut on the base.
work in onr y.irl I
picture anil ask i
lor a poor grade i
taelr waxes ana cxnenM-s
will duplicate anv of ttielr onlcrs from '
.1. W. SUTTON Msr.
A SS.00 purchaso ot Bchool boolts en-
titles you to a free card to tho Outhrlo
circulating library. Over 500 volumes
ot books besides tho ICncyulopodla
llrltanica and many other valuablo
reference books nt l.llllo's drug storo
A largo stock of school booita just re-
ceived at tho poatofllco boolc store.
If you want your children properly
fitted out with school books pencils
tablets Bcbool straps and bags Ink
drawing books music books eta at
lowest poRslblo prices send them to
LUllo'a drug btoro.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The bent grades oi Coal al-
ways in store. The McAlester
a specialty. Prompt delivery
BrOfllce and yards 605 W
tiarnson nioue zu.
of a persons tooth
Is often ot tho dontlst's making. Any-
body oan polish tooth but bringing
out the brllllnnt natural color la a
dllTorant tiling. Wo oxool in every
branch of ttnl aoionco and our prices
aro no more itiau uiaybo you havo paid
for bungling work.
G. A. HUGHES D. D.S..
The Leading Dentist.
Ofllco rooms 1 D. nnd 3 ovor Hank ot
Don't Tobacco Slt aud Smote four Mre Antr.
To quit tobacco easily and forever be map
netlo. lull ot Lie nerve and Igor toUo Xo-To
Ilao the wonder worker tuut raakos vault nw".
strong. All druggists COe or It. Cure rruarec-
tocU Ilooklot and ssnplo tree. Aildrew
terlles Itemed; Co. Qhleoco or Hew York.
For Sale By
Telopliono 23. Open till 12.
Sillier on Strike nt l'ltt.ljurir.
VlTrasiiHO Win. Nov. 0. Tho
miners ot the Umpire Coal nnd Mining
company of folvlllo are out on a
strike bicsuse of the refusal of tho
company to iiay tliolr men twiee a
I'our Hail aieu Onpturml.
KiLOA.ii ijrmsiog Ark. Ndv. 0.
Deputy United Status Marshal Cope-
land und poac made u rloh haul to-
dny near Stllwell Cherokoe Nntlon In'
the capture of Ithlgo Jones lee Cliook-
rtan J. XV. Goodrich and Kam Mo-
Lemire four of tho most dasporato
charaeters to be found in tho Terri-
tory. Airs. Ilcurmso oa Trio I.
Lawhk.n'cb Kaa Nov. 0. In the
district oourt here Anna Ilourman is
being triod for the murder of her hus-
band in December ot last year. Her
defense is insanity.
New Station for Xotrton.
Nnwroar Kan. Nov. t. tleneral
Manager J. J. Frey of the Santa l'e
hero yesterday nftoruoon said the
road would build a new station eut-
lntr house nnd division ollices com-
bined in this city 60011 nt a cost of
from 640000 to 8&0.00U the site to be
about one block east of the present
Ko-To-Ilao for Fifty Cents.
Quaneteed tabeeeo Vabit sure makes vesk
men strong blood pure. Me. tl. All druggist
A l'ustinaster Aoeuteil ot Crlmu.
Sr. Joacrir Mo Nor. . Mr. I'ol-
look. United Status commissioner lir
sued a warrant this afternoon fur J.
O. Conloll poaUnaster at (Juitmau
charging him with writing improper
letters to a young1 woman of that
Woman StrlUor. Umlur Arrest.
rnii.Anti.i-iiiA Nov. . Klve young
women from tho ranks of the strikiinf
shirtmakera were arrested yesterday
oharged by the shirt manufacturers
with conspiracy to Injure their busi-
ness and with assaulting girls who
desire to continue work. They were
held on bail for trial.
llottertrorth's Chances Slim.
CLBVBI.A.MD Ohio Nov. 9. Tjie
condition of Mr. Itutterworth thovvs
no improvement. IlUIphysician says
Iaj only has a fighting chance for life.
Everrbody Says Bo.
Cascarota Candy Cathartic the mist won
derful medical discovery of the age pleas-
ant nnd refreshing to the taste act RenVj"
aud positively on kidneys liver and bowels
uleau&lng thtt entire system dispel colds
curo hcudaUe fever habitual constipation
and blnousjiess Pleaso buy and try a box
of aaa to-day; 0'JjS.&dceuts. bold and
guaranteed to euro by all druvifhrtr-
TU OUItK A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets'
All drujgiatfl refund the money if it
falls to cure. ISa
Our stock for fall and winter is new in style in fabric and in price. In low-
priced and in medium grades the patterns and quality vere never as good as they
are this season.
As they are now. One consideration should influence you only. In dealing with
a strictly reliable legitimate firm you take no chances oi being deceived either in
the make and style of their merchandise or in the prices they ask.
We are fully prepared. Each season finds us more entitled to the full amount of
your business in the choice assortment in the thorough manner in which thf goods
are made their perfect style and their entire reliability. Everybody desires to at
tract your attention on some leader. Do not be deceived.
age of you to make a large profit where you do not see it.
They will take advant-
Our business is figured
down to sell goods at the closest possible margin throughout on everything.
We Guarantee All The Goods We Sell.
If they do not give satisfaction or if anything is wrong we stand back of them
ready to make it right with you. Come and see the newest brightest nobbiest stock
of Men's and Boys' clothing in the city all at prices that quality considered are the
lowest in the city.
. I siiis6sEl i
Wallace &. Mueller tell tickets to tbe
Lyceum Lecture coune.
Same well.w&Jhod old regs wanted
The Leader ottice.
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Oklahoma Avenue and First Street.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 139, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 10, 1897, newspaper, November 10, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74077/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.