The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 4, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OnaAN OF OKLAHOMA DEMOCRACY OFFICIAL STATE PAPER OFFICU OF PUBLICATION HARRISON AVENUE.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 1 1898
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i ii' ro hath. ;
MUCH DEPENDS UPON
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the doctor but more X
on the drugs and the drug- X
gist. We insist on having
our supplies absolutely X
pure and or the highest
grage. Our prescription
department is iu the hands
of men of experience. We
do not tolerate earless- J
We have a full supply of j
druggist's sundries and
The Eagle Drug Store
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
. reMi -mi M-M"fr'
"It stirs the blood more to rouse
a lion than to start a hare."
Tlits liowovor has no roforonco to tlio ulioioo
Hue of I'ANOY OHOCKKIKS to bo soon at
W. A. RAMSEY'S.
tit Fennin Haddie
& coneiess nerring
Monarch Lobsters and Salmon
Shrimp French Sardines Beef
: Heinz's Baked Beans
Orders solicited and Goods delivered to all parts
the city. Phone 35. 118 East OkU.
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For Genera From San
tiago is Impossible.
DYNAMITE IAS USED
In Blowing up the
It was not the
Work of Dons
Spocl.il to The Dally I.eodr.
New Yokk June -1 2:18 r M.
Cape Uaytien dispatches say it
is reported that the Spaniards
blew up and sunk the Merrimac
Apodal to Tlio Doily Lender.
Nkwpout News June -J. The
war ship Gale is here after coal.
It will scout for Cervera's ileet.
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Hpccial to The Dally Ijeaiffcr.
New Yoku June -1. Tribune
bulletins from Cape Uaytien say
that the American lleet destroy
ed the Spanish licet at Santiago
'op right ISM bv the Associated Press
Tort An Prince llatl. Juno 3 V 45 .
m. This morning at a o'cloc the Am-
erican squadron again began a bom-
bardment of the fortification of Santi-
ago ls Culm ami a llv.ly cannonade en-
sed for two hours which silenced the
An American vessel the Merrlniae de-
scribed In the advices from Santiago De
rulia na an aturtlltary crulaer. innkln a
tlRKh to force the enteranoe aucceedeil
in pnsnlnn the flrat line of defonw. 1ml
wim torpedoed abont BOO feet up tlrt
Sho wont down "perpendicularly" (A
j.tol. An olllrer engineer and xlx aeainen
woro taken prlaonera. The number of
vUtlmn Is unknown. Only the funnel
nnd maskheada or the sunken veasel call
There Is great excitement In the City.
A part of the population aaalsted In the
fto-hUna- on the hetghta. lCveryomlr Is
astounded 'at the audacity of the Am-
The American aqundron waa cruising
all the while In the offing.
(It will be noticed that there Is nit Im-
portant discrepancy tut to the tint at
which tlie bomUardniont Is said to have
begun this monilnz Iwtween the dls-
palches from Caie Hay Urn and Port
Au Prince the former saying S o'clock
ami the latter S. It Is ltosnllilc that this
iirlsos from a confusion between the
figures 3 ami S.)
'KE-AllKANUED OP COURSE
Spoilil tu The Dnlly leader. .
Madrid June 4. An Amer-
ican cruiser got too close to the
shore aud was sunk by the San-
Special to The Dally leader.
Mobile June 4. The Second
and Third cavalry and Twelfth
infantry left on transports this
morning with sealed orders.
Washington June S The Washington
Post this momlngaoys; There Is absolute-
ly mi doubt In m ml ds of the naval of-
ficials In Washington that the sending of
tlio collier Into the harbor wns all a pre-
arranged move on the part of Admiral
Sampson. The use of a collier the un-
usual Hour or the morning the necessity
of blockading the channel so as to relieve
some of the ships of the squadron from
remaining stationed on Santiago the
ImporUltee of discovering whether the
mines were effective all these reasons
make It crtaln that th Merrimac was rie-
lllierately guided to her destination. It
wa not a Spanish victory. It was a
cleverly arranged scheme on the part of
.nc American admiral and It was snecea-
ful. The eight men In tlio 8nlsli pri
son are the real heroes of the war.
If tlie Merrimac wont In under her own
crew It Is Interesting to know that lr
complement of olllcers consisted of Com-
mander J. M. Miller IJeut. W. W. Oll-
mor.Executivc officers cnslgna J. It. Y.
niuxely and J. M. I.uby and assistant en-
gineer It. Crank. Miller Is from Missouri
Gilmer from Vlrglna Makely from 1'en.
nnd I.uby and Crunk from Texas. It Is
exicted that reports will be received to-
day from Admiral Sampson which will
give details of the Marrlmoc'a destruc-
tion and the names of the eight men who
have been captured.
ON COIN BONDS.
Favors the Issuance of One
Hundred Million the First
Issue to be Coined.
0. FORD PROP.
RATES: ONE DOLLAR
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
The Capitol is 300 feet from the Postoflice 200 feet from Opera
House in the center of Business and has the Best Cyclone Cel-
ar in Oklahoma.
BpeeUl to The Daily Leader.
Washington June 4. Dis-
patches from Gen. Merrilt at
San Francisco to the -war de-
partment say that 5000 thor-
oughly equipped troops will
leave there for Manila Wednes-
day or Thursday. They are
ready to sail and are only wait-
it g for the quartermaster to
arrange stores on board.
The naval oflicials admit that
Sampson's purpose is to sink
vessels in Santiago harbor to
prevent Cervera's escape.
The report that the Spanish
blew up the Merrimac is not be-
lieved. An attack on Santiago by land
and sea is to be made Wednes-
day or Thursday.
Pabst Ice Plant j
Pure Crystal Ice f
And Distilled Water. 1
Toxarkana . June e-Jageia Scott
the Uttle daughter of J. I. Scott clerk of
the circuit court was the vtetetn of a
tragedy perpetrated near Falrview yes-
terday by a negro named llud Hay don.
Tlio negro was arrested end brought to
the Jail here. Tixluy after noon he was
taken from the jail by seven of the towns
most prominent cltlsoiw and driven to Mr.
8ctts residence. Tliere the negro waald-
entilled by the o.hild. witereupon he was
handed over to . mob tliat had gathered
at Mie house. The negro was dragged
to a tree near the Iron mountain railway
wlihln n fow feet from where isA MeToy
wus burned for a like offense few
years ago and he was Jerked Into tlie air
his body was riddled with bullets. An
Iron mountain was held there over an
hour the mob refusing to ge t off tu
Our prices for this season -will be as follows:
Ice in quantities of 500 lbs and over 85c per 100 lbs
Ice in quantities of 200 lbs and less than 500 lbs 40c per 100
Ice In quantities of 100 lbs and less than 200 lbs 50c per 100
50 lbs of Ice 25 cents. 25 lbs of Ice. 15 centg.
12J lbs of Ice 10 cents 0 lbs of Ice 5 cents.
1 000 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 25 lb ?5.Q0
260 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 0 lb $1.50.
Distilled water 5c per gallon.
f PAUL JUNDT Manager.
Regular soTylaos inornlnp and even-
ing at tlio Christian church.
Trinity ehureu Noblo and llroad.
Trinity Sunday. Sunday boIiooI 10 n.
m.j 6onnor. nnd holy ooiuiiiunlon 11 a
m ; ovenlng sorvtao and Bormon 8 p.
ui ; Wednesday service 10 a. m ; Friday
bervico 8 p. in.
1'lyinouth Congregational cliurali.
Sunday sebool 10 a. tn.; worship II.
Uov. J. C I'latt will preach. Junior
Christian Kndeavor 3 p. m. Young
People's Christian Kndeavor 7 p in.
There will be no ovonlug service. W.
L. Dibble pastor.
1'reabytorlan church oornor Noble
and Division Hev. W. C. Miles pastor.
The eommunlon of the Lord's Supper
will be celebrated at the 11 o'clock
morning snrviee. livening service at 8
o'clock. Sabbath school at 9:15 u. in.
Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Young
People's Uhrlstlsn Kndeavor at 7 p. ra.
Every one uordially invited to all tnoso
servlees and strangers particularly
First llsptist Chureh Children's
Day oxorelses take the place of the
morning sermon at 11 o'clock to-mor
row. Evening address by the pastor
at 8 o'clock followed by the ordinance
of the Lord's Supper
t'liuutaiiijiitt .iMriiiMj It'lnjltlil ICatl.
Opens Its session June 14 and the ox-
erelsos continue until Juno SJ 1803
Tickotb with roturn limit of Juno 2s
1898 will be on sale Juno 13 to St.
1808 at rate of one faro for round
trip. Particulars on application to
A. J. Comkins
Agont A. T. & S. P.
qTIib whoatorop in the Indian terri-
tory is boglnnlng to head out nicely.
It will be but a short time now till the
wheat harvesters will beifln to not in
their work. The crop is good this
vaar. nnd the nrioe beinir hich a irreat
donl of revenue will be brought into
the eoiintrv bv It. There was a blor
yield of wheat last year but this year
will outstrip anything ever Known in
A speelal meeting of Outhrlo Lodge
No. 3. I. 0. O. V. is hereby called to
meot Friday evening Juno 3d at 8. p.
in. for the purpose of eonforrlng the
Initiatory degreo and noting upon pro-
positions for membership. Visitors
W. 8. Cooper N. O.
(I. W. Itruee Hoeretary.
Ilamiiiotht at lUimtry1:
Do yo know how to take life easy?
Huy a hammoek at itamsey's. The
oool of the evening is the time to enjoy
life In Uuthrie. If you buy a hammoak
at Itamsey's It will help you to enjoy
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous despondent
irritable bilious constipated and gen-
er&llv run down down in health? If
so your liver is torpid and a few dotes
of Ilerblne will cure you. Ilerblne
has no equal as a health restorer. F.
u. uuie sw.
For Bale A Columbian bleyale.
'Washington June s While tlie war
revenue measure was not passed by tlie
senate today two very Important votes
were taken one on a proposition to coin
the allver bullion In thn treasury ami to
Isaue allver rerttflrates against the coin
and the other on the bond proposition
presented by the republican minority.
In lieu of the seigniorage amendment
offered by the majority of the finance
committee Mr. Wolcott promeed an am-
mendinent authorising the secretary nf
the treasury tn ruin the silver bullion In
the treaaury and to Issue silver oertlfl-
rates against It. After some discussion
a vote was reached and the amendment
was agreed to 48 to SI several republi-
cans votlun for it.
Mr. Aldrlchdtrp It. I.) then proosod
the amendment of the minority of the
finance committee providing for the Is-
sue of one hundred millions of bonds to
be used exclusively for the payment of
the expenses of the war. After an ex-
tended debate the itucatUm was brought
to an Issue and hy the decisive vole nf
II to 31 t.j bond amendment was Incor-
porated In the bill rji a substitute for
the amendment to Issue legal tender
notes. The bond proimsltlou received
the vole of 17 republicans 7 democrats
and one populist
Mr. Allison siild ih i ftltlmu: Including
the last 7000 of volunteers c nle.1 for the
estimate made.wna 'hut tin war expeusos
lor the first year vuud be at leist li'9
(). He regarded an addition ofJTB.OW
000 for the additional volunteers na en-
M. Morrill (Hep. Vt.) the venernhl.
chairman of the finance committee deliv-
ered a shxrt speech In opposition to 'Tlie
proposition thai comes tn us from the
poitullsts side of th senate to Issue
greenbacks and coin the aelgnoraft."
M. Wolcott (Hep. Colo.) prntioacd an
amendment of the committee upon coin-
age of tlio selgnorage. It was In the na-
ture of a substitute end being slightly
amended a direct vote upon :t was leach-
ed Mr. Jones (Doin. Ark ) giviiu nutlet
;ht t h u!d uiue boreju'W tj Mihi
lute the committee amen Inienl for the
Wolcott amendment. Mr. W'olcotts
amendment was agreed to H to tl.
"That the secretary of tho treasur)
shall ImrOlately causa to he coined a
fast as poslble. Into standard silver dol-
nr tn ur amount of not lesi Hmk tt
be of like weight and tineas and of l:he
legal tender quality as those provided fo
under existing kaw all the allver bullion
now held m the treasury.
"That the secretary of the treasury
Is authorised and directed to Issue as
sold silver Is coined silver certificates of
similar design and denominations nnd or
the same quality payable end rednmable
In Uhe inaner as those authorised by law.
to the amount of the gain ur seigniorage
derived from the purchase of sliver bul-
lion by the trcesury under the set of July
II WW until the sum of vU.oeouO shall
have bn Issued.
"That allsald moneys so coined shall
Including the amounts of tlie silver
selghirage so coined shall Iw used both
for the redemption of the treasury notes
heretofore Issued under and by virtus of
the act or July 14 ItW. an J for tlie re-
demption of tho cert Utca tea Issued under
M. Aldrlcti moved to strike out the com-
mittee amendment providing fur thetssue
of legal tender notes and substitute tbe
bond provision offered by the republican
minority of the nnnnee committee. Up-
on this motion he demanded the yens end
nays liefore a vote was taken however
the subject was diseased by Mr. Stewart.
Denial and Mtntle.
Mr. Mantle eipresed his general approv-
al of the auhstliutos for the bond provl-
slonfeut announced his eparekeashm that
tlie Issuance of greenbacks might wove
a precedent tnnt would sometime aeiss
to plague the friends of the bimetallism
Mr. Fulrbanks (Hep. Ind ) supported the
provision for bonds and time certificates.
taking the position t'.nt future years
sliould pay part of the expenses of toe
war. lie attacked the prohibition to sub-
stitute greenbacks and to eirin tbe seig-
niorage as a lielllH-rnt'- attempt to Inflate
the currency and Imperil the present
Mr. Money IPrm Miss.) and Mr.Ilat
Uieui. Tenn.) xpreee4 the opinio that
the bond proposition might go over until
Decueaber both expresigg the belief that
the war would b short Heed.
At the conclusion of Mr. Bates surerh s
vote was taken upon Mr. Aktrichs motion
to substitute the bond provUion osTered
by the minority of the committee for the
pirsgraph authorising the Uue of legal
louder Metes. The utotkni was carried by
the declstv vote of tt to 31
Th commute 4tmptlng striking out
the house bund provUion wus then agreed
Mr. v Handler offere ..is ameodmeat In-
serting a declaration that the policy of
the I 'lilted Mlate I not to eomwH the
country more thoroughly to tho single
gold tndard but that llu fforts of the
government shall be m i-lil d'r.ctwl to
aotn tAth sllvr arul gol'l - iftnd.irl
Mr. Rtewart offered as an an dment
to Mr Chandlers amendment a provision
rhat no bonds Issued under 'tain act shall
be used as a basis of bank urrency
Mr Morgan gave nolle of an amend-
ment directing the fr. uirj of the treas-
ury to Inforce those pr iv.-'oiii f the in
com tax law of ISM n.r .r- .ly declared
by the Hupreme (niirti il. ie.ii to ! un
Mr. MwCaUui jke in -upport qI the
amemlment sad attaekad the national
bankswh.ch be declared were behind the
conspiracy to force a bond Issue upon the
The amendment offered by Mr Htewort
was Iu. . oh the table on motion of Mr.
Chandler 11 to 17.
Hoar proposed su amendant to be
auded o Mr. Chandlers amendment ae
follows "And to this end to relax no ef-
fort to secure the co-oieratlon of tlie prln
rlpal cs m more hi I nations of the world."
The sintndment was n greed to K to St.
in a siveech treating of the new oomll-
tions which are likely to confront the
United States in Hawaii Culm Porto It loo
and the Phlltlpplnea Mr. Morgan (Drtn.
Aha.) mid ttiat a vast amount of stiver
money Would be neetlsil by this country
In dealing with those countries. lie was
not prepared to say tlurt all the ismnds
named would be annexed by tho United
States but It was abeotulely certain
Cuba Porto Hlco ami the Phllllpplnea
woiila never again lie under the control
Mr. Ctmndler after explained Ids itosl-
tlon. withdrew his amendment na he lied
no desire he said to Impede the progress
of the war revenue bill.
A passage at Arms more seneatlotml
than any Incident that liaa wrurei! In the
senate since the adoption of the Cuban re-
solution necured at this point between
Mr. Allen ami Wolcott.
In flie course of some remarks on bi-
metallism Mr. Allen co a reminiscent
turn and discussed at length the work of
the IntennnHonal bimetallic comtnhteton.
He declared their work had betn . fail-
ure and that no wmh1 could ever he ex-
pected fo come of It as tnturnntlntml bi-
metallism was a delusion and u sua re. An
appropriation of HW.ftn) imd ben made for
the commission which Imd traveled
through Kurotc on k mission which was
a foredoomed to fnlluro.
Mr. Wllcot who waa the president of
the blmetallle commission listened at-teirtlvelj-
to Mr. Allen's remarks. Hu wns
evidently Indignant ami be took the Moor
to reply to his eiitlelstim.
"It is no pleasant" he liegan "to a self
respecting man to meet such siiHgeetlons
as Iwve lieen made by the senator from
Nebraska. This debate has taken a. turn
which I deprecate ml I would not now
occupy a moment's time which ougltt to
be devoted to tlie cotmldmt1nn uf tlio
pending bill were It not Mint I desire tn
Inform the setmtor from Nebraska that
three commissioners npiHilntexl by the
president spent more tlmn six monllia In
lSurnpe travellnB where their duties call-
ed them. They vvi ticcompRiiled by n
secretary ni -i the etitlro oxitMKW of Hie
work accomplished waa only 1GUU0.
And I desire to ad tlmt every member of
the commlslon In ucceiitlnK tho appoint
ment and perfarmlng his duties sucrl-
llee.1 thosamU of Uullnrs.
"It Is undlgninl nnd iinlmlUtlnK a sen-
ator of the tnltwl Statos to stand In his
place on tills lloor and KUKi;et that the
oommlssioii siMiiil money it was no: Justi-
fied In spendlui;. 1 ton rietlliK tired"
contlnueil Mr. olev.tho:ly "at henrlnK
tl at sort of suggestions from tto yenator
from Nebraska. It Is nut the lust or t lie
third time lie nas thrown them out.
Through him they are nor beliiK circu-
lated 1n the west by menus or the "imt-
ent Insldea" which eoustMute thn Isme
sinew and most of ilio tint his of the popu
list iwrty. 1 sup ioee that at sums cross
roads In Nebraski where nothing is
known of ISurope except that H Is on the
map of in world some iieople of tho sen-
a tor's kind have gotten together and re-
solved that no country except the Un-
ited States Is culltfhtenod mi enough to
have Ideas on the money tieatlon. They
arc not aware that the great leaders of
thought In fSngbhd. France and Oenimny
favored bimetallism more tlmn h quarter
nf a century before the populist iwrty was
ever liusrM of. lirtuiMMly however the
blmetalHsts of I.iimiHi are nut lmniired
In their work by the long lialred cranks
who clog ttie progress of enlightened II-
nanclal legisl-i Iton In Uilti country.
The extierience which Is now lietng tried
In Indkt" continued Mr. Wulnott "In the
opinion not only of the blinetHlHsts of the
world but also of nine-tenth of the Hold
men of Ioudon where xhe sit nation has
been carefully atudlod will result In ab-
solute and entire failure. It will be im-
possible to Impose the goal standard iiori
the iieople of India. In the face of this
conceded fact I say he is an enemy and
not a f i lend of bimetallism wlra stands up
In this presence and talks about Interna-
tional bimetallism being a delusion and a
snare. And yet U appears that he has no
argument to present except tlmt embod-
ied in tbe statement untrue unpleasant
and undignified that the oommtaeion took
a large sum uf monay and eiuamlsred It."
Mr. Allen made a very brief reply to Mr
Woloett sneakiuK calmly and ..wl liu
explained that he ImuI not charged th
commission with extravagance or with
having squandered the money appropri
ated. What he said he Insisted was that
the appropriation waa made when It was
evMent that tbe effort to be mode would
be a failure. He eon tended therefore that
the money should not have ben xpndeil at
all. Yet because he beW that belief ami
held It now he was. he eeld made the
subject of the Colorado senator's euidto-
muric phllMpics. He wan not he con
cluded afraid of the setaMortMr. WjI-
cott) In the eeuate or elsewuere.
An effort waa made by Mr. Allison to
effect an arrangement whereby a vote
might be taken tilts eveelag but II was
unsucessrul. The ooaaeaatw of ofssrlou
was that -.. eujou'ment uatil tomorrow
would .artlttats the final dlsAoarUou of
the measure. After agreeing to meet at
11 o'clock t morrow the senate at b
o'clock weat Into executive session and
aeon after wards adjourned.
Washmgten June STbe house today
consumed mueh time but without result
considering a Wit to authorize the presi-
dent to restore to las rank ad duty Ma J.
Joseph W. Wham. iaynsuMer In the army. I
who was susmted in IsM upon haK jwy t
until 1WI. through court martial prseeed-1
Ings ami exeewtlve notion.
Forty -nine private psssslen awl relief
billw were passed and at S-.W the hvuse
twk a recess until 8 n. m.
Will Leave Next Week for the
Philippines Uuncr Com
mand of Gen. Merritt.
Kan Francisco. June 3 The second ex
IwdKkm to the I'hltNpfnnea will probably
get away from this cMy before nxt Tue.
day or Wednesday hut It will nlat reach
th propoiikuisat flwt antletpatetl owing
to the fact that the rive vessels whkli
were to have made up the Httle fleet uro
not all ready or will any of them bo
ready by the time staled unless tho gov
eminent hurries the tupplhm which have
been decided upon to make up tlw cargoes
of the vessels.
So far no supplier of any kind have been
placed on board iho China Xenlandl.i ur
the Colon and the work of fitting up the
bunks for the soldiers la prORrunlng In a
somewhat desultory nmnner but this will
not keep the vessels back once "hurry
up" rders sre Issued by the department
The lack of supplies Is the main reuson
for the delay of the derture of tho ves
sets. Had ammunition and stores been
received In sufficient quantities the ves-
sels couhl have left here early this week
It Is 1uiNMslble for the Centennial
which arrived here from Seattle today or
the Ohio which hi due from that city to-
night fo get ready Iu time to start with
the second expedition. The owera of the
Centennial Imve receivd no word from tho
government us tn what disposition l.i to
be made of tlielr vessel ami alio la nn
chored In the stream awaiting orders
The Ohfti is fully loaded wleh coal nnd no
much time will b saved In this rcepc t
The eteamrr San Ilkis whloh arrived
from 801HI1 A merit i ports yesterday wax
today lnsected by the government ofll
clals and it is generally uuderalooM tliat
the City of lsra which will arrivo hero
Tuesday next from the south will ulso
lie 1nsiecte1 and tlmt these two vchhcIs
with the Ohio nnd Centennial will com
lioee the t hi nl lleet of transports to ho
sent to Admiral Dewey.
An order we Issued today from am
Mcrrltt's headquarters designating the
full comiHtnles or the Klghtenth nnd
Twentty-thlrd regiments of tho I'nlUd
Htates infantry hs n part of tho second
expedition. 80 far as known tho troopa
to go beetdoii tho regulars will be tho
H--t I'ennsylvanla 11 mt Colorado seven
th California four lotteries of tho third
United States artillery and four troops of
thi fourth UnMed Htntee cavalry. It Is
proliably that one of the MlnnemHa regi-
ments will nisi) be designated for tho next
The Colorado and I'erins lvnnla T)lun-
teers were 1nsieclod toda by tlon. Otis.
Tlie men appeured in heavy marahlng or
dsr ami were put through the usual mili-
tary maneuvers: Gen. Otla expressed him
self as much pleased with the appearanco
and operations of the men.
The monitor Monetrey arrived from
Mure 1 ski nt 1 this evening. She is ready
to demrt for Manlht but will hardly get
away before Saturday or Sunday as alio
will watt for the collier Ilrutus which It
to accompany lier and which will not
leave the island before tomorrow. Tho
ilrutus will stay by the monitor 111 tho
way down and in case of emergency will
take tho monitor tn tow.
The citizens of Idaho have subscribed
iMO to be used for the puruhaslng uf ln
Mtruments for the a Idaho volunterband
and within a few days the Idaho boys will
have a full military band
Caie Uaytien June 3 Advices from
Santiago say the auxllllnry cruiser sank
there Is said tu be the Merrimac.
Early Hummer Huy anil Ituto to Kt)ay
If you've never spent a few days
in each year attending tho Chautau-
qua assembly at WinUeld. suppose you
try it this season. The time will pass
quickly ploasuntly and profitably
Thu Hanta l'o will sell tickets there
and baok lor 83.05 June 12 to 33 18U8
Kcturn limit JuneSI 1H08. A. J. Cor
kins agent A. T. fe H. I'. Ity. can tell
you more. Ask him.
Tabler's Buckeye I'llo Ointment
(fives instant rollof. It a'.lays Inllaua
tlon and heals. It is prompt in Its ac-
tion and positive in its ol'eot. It Is tbe
kind that CJ'cs without paia or dis-
comfort It If for piles only SOo
tubes 73a. V. II. Lllllo & Co.
Our compound extract of sarssparllla
Is msdo to cure blood dlsoases. Kvery
bottle Kuarantod. V. II. Llllle A Co.
RENFRQ'S DRUG HOUSE
HOI OKI. tllOM.l AVKSVK.
AMKUICAN WAIISIIH' TOItl'JCDO U.
Copyright UH by tbe Associated I-rees.
I'ort Au I'rlnco Haytl June -l:l p. m..
It is report W here direst from Santiago
Ds Cubs that au Amerloan warship
wuleh forced tlie eateraue to Santiago
Way today was sunk by a torpedo.
Cape i?j u n iu jr a. in. A dUnaleh
frum SantiaKo s s that the vssssl san-
UHil ratd t In the Merrlmae. Qnly
the extremltlas of her funnel an- two
mssts are visible above water 1
To b'el Our Decoration Dir
with its fstif'ulng' duties will be u
severe trial for many.
Prepare for It by taking strengthen
leg and invigorating medicine.
Our stock contains all the standard
preparations and wo hare besides
many of our own compounding which
we can recommend knowing what
they have done and can do.
Our Knapa.rllla Is a wonderful
tonic puttlug nerve and vim into tho
most debilitated system. Ono bottle
will have a marked effect. 1'rlce 75o.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 4, 1898, newspaper, June 4, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74246/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.