The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, December 24, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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ON THE WARPATH.
Ontbno Mmlslers Want Rares' Va-
' i icty Theater Closed.
Au members ot Hit elty oounoll were
present al last night's mealing but
Regarding Ibo proposed viaduct ou
Nobio avenue tbo committee to whleh
tbo matter bad been referred reportod
tbat n plau of the proposed viaduct
bad boon Med with tbo local attorneys
of tbo Santa Fo for action by tbat road.
Ibo waterworks committee was in
structed to sink a six-lneb well on tbe
sito of tbo waterworks plant not to
Tbo ordinance creating "tournald
uremoD ono 01 wnicn suaii uo ciiiei
was defeated because it was tbougli
tho salary of the now chief would be
A committee ot ministers of tbe city
composed of Messrs. Humphrey Miles
and Kucknor called tbo attention of
tho council to tbe faet tbat Heaves
Hros ' varioly tbeater was running in
violation ot existing ordinances and
tho council was asked to close tbo the
ater Tbo request was referred to tbo
ordinance committee ana tue ouy Bl-
imey olicoman Joo i'entooost securod tho
of tho mayor and stated that ow-
to reports which had beon oireu-
d about him tj Smith the OUla-
na avenue butcher he had asked to
relieved from duty for fltteon days
ad desired a commute appointod to
mvestgato the nutter charged.
Mayor Borkey said 11 view of tbe
situation he had notifiod Mr. I'ente-
cost tbat bo was relieved from further
duty and ho would be relieved of his
star for that period The mayor also
stated tbat no charges had been regu-
larly preferred but certain parties had
been utilizing street corners to air
their grievances. A rommittc of
three was appointed by the mayor to
investigate consisting of Ootteral
Ball and Ilaker. Mr Pentecost making
tut ono request that tho party mak
ing tbo charges bo put under oath
while testifying It scorns that Smith
-. tho buicborVTost bomo turkeys lately
i1 has an idea tbat Mr. Pentecost
knows more about their disappearance
than a roll-regulated policeman should.
President Coylo and Mossrs. Ureer
Larwcll and Goodrich of tho Guthrie
club as a committee called tho atten-
tion of tho council to tbe approach of
tbo Uansotn l'avno hearing in tho
supreme court of tbo United States In
volvlng title to lots in East Guthrio
and urged tbo advisability of having
the city attorney present on January 3
next together with assistant counsel
if he thought necessary. A halt hour's
discussion of tho proposition followed
at tho end of which City Attorney
llalnor was instructed to attend the
hearing in Washington at that date
and tbo flnanco committee was in-
structed to attend to tbe matter of
Scrofulous tho advertisement of foul
02o6tT It may bo entirely drlvon from
tho system by tbo faithful uso of
Hood's Sarsaparilla which thoroughly
purifies tho blood.
Hood's Pills are easy to take oasy
to operate. Curo indigestion blllloua-
Thoso watches at Llllie & Co.'s take
tho cake. Every 35o purchase gives
you a gueE'. and ono guess may take
11LACK WELL'S HOAD
I'ntou Pacific to Lose Control of
Hutchinson &. Southern.
SPKwbm.0 T. Deo. S3. The
Hutchinson & Southern railroad from
Ilutcbinsou to iXirkwcll. is to be
bought from tho Union Paeide ana
mado a local concern. Hutchinson
people will bo at the bond of the new
company. U IS. Walker the recoiver
has been In New York for several
weeks it is said and has made ar-
rangements to bond all tbo new pari
of bo load for onough to buy out tin
I mon PaciUo claim after which th-
company will be reorganized with
v Ihosatcis advertised for Januar.i
K Tlicetrtlre lougjlt of the road i'
eighty-two miles and from Hutchln
son to Manchester or Cameron
seventy miles. Tbo Union I'aclBc't
claim on tbo old part of tho road u
335000. It is Bald that tho road Is now
paying and when Ulaokwoll is roached
It will be much more valuable which
value will inareaso as tho line pro
gresscs through tho rich Oklahoma
G BAIN HATES GO DOWN.
Joint Trnfllc Managers Mako Cuts
. From Ohlosgo.
Nkw York Dec. 83. Tho board of
managers of tbo Joint Tratllo associa-
tion yesterday made a ruling reduolug
the rate from 3z 1-2 cents to 80 cents
on domestic and export wheat cats
ryo and barley and their products and
corn products from Chicago oast
bound. A reduction from 88 1 8 cents
to 17 1 3 cents waa mad eon export and
and domestic eoru from Chicago as
was also a 17 1-8 cent proportional
vrate on export oorn only from all
Is on tbo east bank of tho Miss-
Y t"i iu tuvcr BiiiiJiuttiiiB irom uaiiufc
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w ad ins now rates
.'ct January 1.
MONOPOLY FOR A. L. F. MEN.
M) 'ligan Railway Omeials Agreo
Employ No Other.
Li dinciton Mloh Dec 88 Flint &
I'ero Marquotte. railway olHelals. to
day signed a oontraot under whleh no
labor excepting members of the Amor-
i u Federation of lisbor will be em-
ployed iiitho big transfer freight de-
pt bereTTIiecinipuny desires to
guard agaicBt further winter strikes.
Highest Honors World'3 Fair
V apm JHfM
MOST PERFECT MADE.
&C'l?Pc Cream of Tartar Powdtr.
not on" Alum or any other adulterant
ICJtn? (tic 3IAHUAIWJ
CITY IN 1IK1EF
Our Italian climate is on duty oner-
Last Wednesday was tbe shortest
doy in the year.
Dolls and doll cabs An elegant
line at MUto & Co '.
Wanted A good physician at Car
ney 0 T. Address W. J. Renner.
For Kent A nicely furnished front
room No 109 Rust Warnor avenue
Louis Ralston and Hlla Riders both
ot this aity have sesured lieer.se to
-IMentVof Weir City. MeAUester and
Canon 0!ty eoal. N. F. Cheadle
'phone No. S
John Carter of Lincoln county
shuffled off by the pruMlo acid route
O. R. Miller of Wanette was com
missioned a notary pablle by Govornor
Judge Ulerer and wife of Perry will
leave for a month's sojourn on the ra
oiQc coast tomorrow.
Merchant.' lunch tervrd from 11:30
a. m. to 8 p. m. for SO cents at Rtts
haupt's Vionna llakery.
Call on M Laniil and have your shoes
repaired in aa artistic manner; 11
Oklahoma avenue wist.
Reder the progressive furniture
man is the proud possessor of a hand-
some nsw furniture wagon.
The Arkansas City Traveler wants
to know what kind of a Christmas the
children of a confirmed loafer have.
Following the usual custom ot east
em states. Governor Dames will make
a few souls happy by Christmas par
Owing to a brosk-down at Wichita
all express going couth on last night's
Santa Fo passongor train was laid off
Partios wanting to join the mando
lin or guitar club come and see mo
Instruments furnished. John Hall
585 Wost Noblo ovo.
II. C. llsomor has completed the fur-
nishing of his building and will be
ready to care for the deaf dumb and
blind by the beginning of tbo now
There will bo a Christmas enter-
tainment at tho First HapllBt church
tonight. Uandsomo "'Snow Forest."
Presents for all the school and a treat
Mrs. Almont llixon closed hor prl-
vato school for tho holiday season
yostorday with a dolightfnl children's
party. Kach scholar rocelvod a hand
Mrs. D 8. McKay has somo oxquislte
hand painted ohina on salu at Wallace.
6 Mullcr's. Tho jardonlcrro is a work
of art and 1b to bo rallied Christmas
Kvo. Go and got a chanco.
Oklahoman: It lb a full yoar slnco
a now sucker has ollurod to start a
new dally paper in Oklahoma City and
mo pcopio navo a rigni to cxpoct an-
othor contribution in that direction
onawnoo maue: J. no railroad war
botwacn Oklahoma City and Guthrio
has boon rovivod again. Oklahoma
City has got It now in tho crown of
i-rauaie juugo roster issued mar-
riage Hconscs to Sam Johnson and
Uattlo Illack both of Guthrie and
Lowls Narow onu Agnes George of
Uarnottvillo. All aro colorod.
Miss Lilly Ilanoy has secured per-
mission of tho county court to change
her namo to Mrs. DoWitt D. Rugg.
Tho llcenso was grantod yostorday by
Probate Judge Fostor without hesita-
tion. Suit was died yesterday in tho pro
bata court by Real Ustato Agont Car-
i sle ugolnBt George S Cunningham
tor $75 commission In soiling tho Cun-
ilnghani lots J. W. Wilson is attor-
ney for Carlisle.
D S Clay a cousin of Charlio Col-
iord of Perry was in tho city yoster-
lay. Mr. Clay Is bringing thorough-
brod horsos from his home in Kentucky
o Oklahoma and Is finding a ready
narkct for thorn.
Oklahoman: Tho longdlstanco tole-
ohono botwoon Oklahoma City and
Uuthrlo has beon complotod and con-
nections made to Edmond. Tho lino
will be completed to Gutbrio by the
middle of January.
Tho residence of F. D. Humnor ot
rerry was discovered to bo on fire
yestorday morning but tho blaze was
extinguished without sorlous datiiago
by tho flro department baforo tho flro
alarm whistlo was souudod.
Tho Ladles Henovolent socioty will
have a Christmas tree for tho bannflt
of the poor children in tho onora
liouso on Christmas night ot 7 o'clock
Tho ladles aro requested to meet at I
p. m. to arrange for the evening.
Hen Vaugn who filled up on Perry
whisky and ran amuck with a shooting
iron at a Sunday school picnic near
that pluco last summer Iiob been
found guilty and given a eontonee of a
year and a half in tho Kansas peniten-
tiary. Llllie & Oo.
openeu iaBi nig
IobI night a new
of holiday goods and
though the big store has been paeked
with oustomers the last two davn. thv
till havo plenty for everybody who
comes early. Don't delay but make
your selections now and avoid tbe
rush and jam of the last day.
At tho Christian church Christmas
B?o thero will bo a miscellaneous pro-
gram proceeding "The Proceseslon of
tbe Months" interspersed with appro-
priate musie A tree ond treat will be
greatly enjoyod by tho Sunday sehool.
Thoso who so dosiro may nlaeo their
presonts upon the treo for distribution
Wagner Record: Rut few people
know that in plum view of the dpot
at this plaee is tbo haunt of Cole
"lounger and his band during the late
war. It Is known as tho Hells Starr
wound at the foot of which is a beau-
tiful stream of eloar sparkling water
and ruins of the old eablu nrn.wi
which clnstors so inanv liUtnrtui
Tho Arkansas City Traveler tells
about a Third ward woman in that
city wll lreamed she and her 1ms-
ore al tls tuateri the othor
niKt The oudienea complained of
tue smoll of escaping gas and she was
willing to let it go at that Not so
with her husband He stood up on his
seat and informed tho audience that
tboy woro mistaken. Tho smell was
not of gas but canie from him be-
cause he had not taken a bath for two
weeks. All the tlrao tho husband was
making his spsech tho wifo was pull-
ing his coat tall to make him sit down.
When the husband awakenod lu a few
minutes he found he bad no cover on
him. Ills Wtn In s.nUnn .l. !.
supposed to be bis ooat toll bad pulled
uiu liuvcruu ui UIII1
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C'l TH I Ri
Akiu 1 '
lng mid Unuhf init - if i-i tin t ill ai will as
(mn-iil nl mcrtrd fur imlci balji anJ nuricry.
t I II' I HA. KkllkUHS.
Matthews is down from Mill-
Winan from Norman Is
Attarnoy Oalvort is at Perry on court
M. II. Moynohon Is up from Oklahc
A. L. Frtok of Oklahoma City is at
Senator D. P. Marum is over from
Anton II Olasson from Oklahoma
City is at tho Okla
Dr. Uousoworth of Seward spent
yostorday in tho city.
Hlon S. HutchinB was here from
Ponca City yostorday.
Goorgo Ford of tho Capitol returned
from Perry lost night.
J. T. Patton from Ponca City is
stopping at the Capitol.
Secretary JcnkinB was in Oklahoma
City yesterday afternoon.
Ex-Represcntativo Spencer from
Yukon was In tho city yesterday.
Frank Filson Santa Fo agont at N-
bio Is visiting relatives in tho city.
Miss Hess of Arkansas City is visit-
ing tbo family of Rov. Chonowortb.
A. II. ClnsEon receiver ot the Okla-
homa City land olllce was bcro yester-
day. "Gristmill" Jones and D. 0. Lowls
woro up from Oklahoma City yester-
day. F. E. Wlnans Is hero from Normon
watching J. 0. Clark build political
Secretary Jenkins' 6on will spond
Christmas hero. Ho returns from Nor-
O. D. Russell a commission man
from Kansas City is hero looking after
his firm's interests.
J. 0. Clark candidate for the Nor-
man postofllco was hero yesterday
looking after fences.
Mrs. A. 0. Illshjp returned yester-
day from a visit to her parents and
relatives In Missouri.
Govornor liames Mrs. Karnes and
Miss Resslo will spend several days
next weok at El Reno.
F. D. Humnor latoly appointed
special agent interior department was
down from Perry yostorday.
Mr. and Mrs. R M. Cravens loftyus-
l HAVE YOU BEEN TO
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inv 1 1 l.y
WALLACE & MULLER'S
WALL PAPER SALE? j
Thej' are closing out 5000 3TOXXsBS t
at prices never before heard of in the territory. If J
you have not you had better be quick about it. i
6 rKONT AND BACK VUTV.
tcrday to spond UhristmaB with Mrs.
Cravens' paronts at Oklahoma City
Charloy Rgbort of Chandler came
in from Chicago last night and loft for
Chandler on the stage this morning.
Miss lid lth Grissell camo in last
night from Rethany college at Topeka
to spend the holidays with hor parents.
Miss Katio Schnoll who is attend-
ing convent school at Wichita camo in
lBBt night to spond tho holidays at
0. R FagalneB was in tho city yes-
terday en routo to Chandler from St.
John's Military school to spend tbe
Ned Sisson deputy United States
marshal of tho middle district left
last night for Kingfisher to spond
John Rhodes is spending tho holi-
day m visiting his paronts. Uo Is at-
tending the Woutwortli M llitary acad-
oray at Lexington Mo.
At Agricultural and Mechanical
lege Stillwater Jan. -I to 13.
The lectures will bo given at the
oollego. four aaah day from Tuesday
to Saturday of oaoh woek. In general
tboy will follow tbo order -Riven bo-
low. Admissiou to all or anyone is
without feos or examination or limita-
tion as to age or business Ladies are
cordially invited. Two lectures will
bo given at oaoh halt day session be-
ginning at 10:30 and 1;30 o'clock. The
largo library of the college and station
and tho experiments in progress will
be open to tho60 in attendance.
Mr.t Wek. Jan J to K.
General Agriculture: Profs. Mor-
row Holter and Rone Oklahoma's
Agricultural Adaptations. The Soil
Bee W M. Bronson rear of BaaJk
Thousands of Useful and
We are headquarters for
Fit Guaranteed. I
C"!n11 pnrl Rpp TTc t
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and Its Treatment (2); Tillage and
Moisture. Somo leading field crops.
Horticulture: Prof. Olazlor Load-
ing principles of the growth ot trees;
production ot new varieties; location
of orchards tronsplanting and cultiva-
tion; principles and practice ot prun-
ing; thinning gathering keeping;
and marketing fruits; Btnall fruits and
Kntomology: Prof llogue General
character of insects; Injurious nnd ben-
eficial Insects; naturo ot mandibulato
(chewing) insoete; naturo of suck-
ing insects methods of combatting.
Political Economy: Prof. Miller-
Elements of value; factors in man's
work; tho placo and power of labor;
transportation as a cost element; tho
economics of agriculture.
ijccoml Werk. .Jno 11 to 10.
Live Stock and Dairying: Professors
Morrow and Fields Oklahoma's adap-
tations; breeds and their adaptations
(Illustrated); feeding and manago-
mom; uuiauonia croos available as
stook foods; milk on tho farm and in
Voterlnary Science: Prof. Lewis
Csro as affecting health of animals;
6omo common drugs and their use;
common contagious diseases and their
coutrol; diseases caused by Improper
feeding; lameness Its cause and treat-
ment Weeds and Plant Dlsoaaes: Prof.
Rogua Goneral character ot weeds
different classes of weeds; methods of
destroying weeds; raothode of destroy-
ing fungus diseases.
Chemistry ot Foods for Man and
Roasts (two lectures). Prof. Holter.
Farm Accounts and Mensurements
(two lectures): Prof. dark.
Irrigation for Oklahoma. Rod the
Water Supply. Mr. Fields''
Don't you need a fap tor these -win
ter evenings? See thoeo elegant ones
Bl LillllO E UO.S.-
Bee Smith the bill distributor.
FOR THE WINDUP!
t-e t -
Every toy in the house every article in the shape
4t -$ St4 y4x3x! tt
iMake the offer; your price is ours.i
OWN PRICE TODAY
Cuclone" Big Stores
llrler Hits arNnm
At Haven Kan. Tuesday night tho
safo of Merchant 0 W. Astle wsb
blown open and s. considorablo sum of
May Fellers a Cincinnati society
girl was caught shoplifting and when
arrested Tuesday had a lot of jewelry
in her possession. Sbo confessed.
Uecauso ho had boon jilted by Met-
chio Wullf aged 10 Charles Schmidt
of Davenport la. blow out his brains
Tuesday. Uo was 17 yoars old.
Tho lioness "vonus" at tho Chicago
"zoo" escaped from her cage Tuesday
night and killed a horse "Dot" known
as tbo smallest one In tho world.
Henry Webster borrowed 8350 at a
Yates Center Kan. bank a few days
ago on two notes for SSSO to which lie
had forged his brother George's name.
A warrant Is out tor his arrest.
Lucy Redford who ran away from
her homo at Conder Mo. because hor
mother prevented her man-ylng tho
man of her choice was found at Seda-
lla by hor mother but slipped away
Tuesday night while they wero at tho
depot. Tbo girl is 21 years old.
Aftor having been married to each
other and divorced and then married
each to somaono olse and again di-
vorced L Gaylord and his first wife
I White the Jeweler
2!2 OKLA. AVE.
My stock of CHRISTMAS GOODS is complete in all
2 lines and larger and cheaper than ever before. This
vear I have nut in a stock of
consisting of Sugar and Cream Bowls Jewel Cases Col-
lar and Cuff Cases. Cracker Jars Vases Glove Cases
Perfume Bottles Handkerchief Cases and other fancy
pieces. I have a complete line of fine cut glass Celery
Trays Water Bottles Rose Bowls Berry Bowls Vases
Salad Bowls Wine Glasses Tumblers Lemonade
Glasses Olive Dishes and many other articles. I have
a very large and complete line of Diamonds gold and
gold filled watches. Even'thing in the Jewelry line.
Fancy bronz and Porcelain Clocks. Solid silver and
silver plated ware. This year I will sell goods cheaper
than ever before. Buy your Christmas goods' of me.
White the Jeweler
of Waco Tex decided to give tho old
original plan e second trial and woro
united again beou and daughter born
ot tbo first union witnessing tbo cere-
mony. Mr. Otwci' AMUtaut.
WJlBhnciton Dec. 23 It io under-
stood that Lcander P. Mitchell ot In-
diana will soon be appointed by the
president assistant comptroller ot tbe
treasury In place ot Mr. Rowers resigned.
of Indian Territo
109 & 111 DIVISION STREET
T. EL Reder's Furniture
is the best and cheapest in the couu-tyrWith such a large
stock and low prices it will pay you to go there. "We guar-
antee) furniture of all kiuds from the cheapest to the high-
est. See our line of rugs.
T. B. REDER.
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Following is tho bill of fare or tbo
Christmas dinner at Ritzhaupt's Vienna
Russian Caviar on Toast Potage a la Velne
Ilaked Trout uilh Mushrooms
I'ommes I'arUlenncs. Oyster Patties.
Koasied Suckling rig with Apple Oompot
CanvasbacW Uutiu Lobiter halid.
Roasted Turkey with French Dressing.
New Ruglaod l'luni l'uiialne. Oskhic Sauce.
Pllty Cents j;
W 'I' '' ' "I'TT'I I jp'f'VV TYV'rVVWVT'VT r
Negro Convicted of Murder
MusKooiiB I. T. Dec. S3. George
Curley a young negro was yesterday
convicted of murder in tho United
States court at this place for killing
Richard Cirr a white man twenty
miles west of here last September
Robbery was the motive for tho iiiur
TounK Cook (to soldier lovor) "How
neatly you carve that goose"' (With
a sudden outburst of Jealousy) "You
navo decoived me! I am not your first
lovo." Fllegendo Ulaettor.
If religion boa done nothing for your
temper it has done nothing for your
from llottou to the Yokon.
I STo.N Doo S3 Tbo schooner
Fronk A. RacklUT loft today for Beat-
tlo carrying a partv of twenty who
will oporato la tho Yukon region. It
is expected that tho schooner will
reach her destination in about thirty
TO CUltK A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets-
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure 2Jc. Tho geuulno has
L. Ii. Q on each tablet
r.Mom la Uetinau.
Having such good success with my
Gorman class and having mauy in-
quiries of parties wanting to learn I
decided to divide my clais and com-
inenco a new cue next Tuesday even-
ing December 29. at district court
room corner Harrison avenue and Di-
vision street. All parties interested
are requested to sea mo or meet on
above date at 7:30 p. m.
and wagons and carta
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