The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1, Monday, June 13, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OHOAN OF OKLAHOMA DUMOCHAGY OFFICIAL STATU PAPUR OFFICII OF PUULICATION. IIAUHISON AVENUE.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA i10NDAY EVENING TUNE 13. 1898
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i UP IO HATE.
i TOILET REQUISITES
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1 The Eagle Drug
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Fresh goods always in stock con-
sisting of the best brands of goods in
the market. Heinz' Sweet and Sour
Pickles Select Queen Olives Sweet ?
Relish Cross &
ij Chow Mixed and Sour Pickles Olive jf
Oil Yacht Salad Dressing French i?
3T Mustard and Catsups always fresh and ji;
3f best in the market.
x Fresh home-grown Vegetables and
?& Berries received every morning.
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v Tint- I nudco tjr
& best Herkimer County the best in the f
x market. !!
iKt Orders solicited and Goods delivered to all parts !.
X the city. Phone 35. 118 East Okla. ::
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0. FORD PROP.
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
JThc Capitol is BOO feet from the
House in the center of Business
f ar in Oklahoma.
vlL ii v. b VV i l ' t i -
Pabst Ice Plant.
Pure Crystal Ice
An" Distilled Water.
Our prices for this season will be as follows:
Ice in quantities of 500 lbs and over 35c per 100 lbs
Ice in quantities of 200 lbs and less than 500 lbs -JQc 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 cents
121 lbs of Ice 10 cents 0 lbs of Ice 5 cents.
1 000 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 25 lb $5.00
230 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 0 lb. $1.50.
Distilled water 5c per gallon.
i PAUL JUNDT Manager.
Low Rate and
Form an important de-
partment in this drug store.
Every single article we sell
is absolutely pure value
for every penny paid is
contained in it. Colognes
toilet -waters powders
salves tooth cleansing
pieparations all the best.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
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Blackwell s Chow
olnfurc forr'tr frnr
( 4 l l
't it -t 't t 1t it -t It
RATES: ONE DOLLAR.
Postoflice 200 feet from Opera
and has the Best Cyclone Cel-
' ' 'i- - '
Only one fare plus?-! and cubtomary
N. K A. meiuburbhlp fee for tickets
to Washington 1). C and return.
They will be on sale July 3 4 and 5
lb8 at Santa Fe ltoute ticket oillces.
l'ulltnan i'alaau and Tour et Sleeperc
and freo chair oars will leave points in
Oklahoma on July 4 !U4 for accom-
modation of teachers and their friends
and go through to Washington. D C
without change. The under&'gned will
be glad to toll you when train will pau
this station or nearest junction point.
Itinerary and list of desirable low
rate excursions from Washington fiee
on application. A J. Cohkih
Uuthrle O T.
LIEUT. HOBSDN IS WELL
Cablegrams to iho Daring Mor
rliiiac Sinker uiitl His Com-
panions Arc Delivered
Tons of Provisions
lor the Army.
Speel.il io The Dally Leader.
Washington June 18. The
first division of the American
army of invasion sailed from
Key West at daylight this morn-
ing. The division is composed
of 7H3 oflicers and 14500 men.
General Shatter commands.
No Fever t Chickamnugn.
Sppcial to The Dally Leader.
Chickamauga June 13. There
is absolutely no truth in the
rumor that yellow fever has
broken out here. The camp is
Ilobson in tiood Shape.
Speclul to The Dally Leader.
New York June 13. A cable-
gram from Linares says that
Lieut. Ilobson and his seven
companions are well and that
all cablegrams are delivered to
To Divide the Army.
Special to Tho Dally Learior.
Washington June 13. It i3
officially stated that after the
Cuban army of invasion reaches
the windward passage it will be
divided one-half going to San
Juan and the other half to San-
tiago. Manila Not Taken.
rippclul to The Dally Leader.
Honu Kong June 13. There
is no truth in the story Uiat
Manila has been captured by
Job Lot of Provisions.
Speolul to The Dally Loader.
Poirr au Phince June 13.
Captain Ilarrold of the Vixen
landed fifty tons of provisions
for the army at Santiago.
A Number of Cases Argued
Submitted and OUionviwo
In tho supremo court today the fol-
lowing business was transacted :
600. Hweot et al vs. liovd et al tax
case from Ureer county; petition for
rehearing overruled Chief Justice liur-
ford and Associate J U6tice liurwell not
051 l'onnsylrania I'lre Insurance
Co. vs. Meyer et al dlsmlssod.
oat. Marshal vs. Marshal Sub
mitted on briefs.
OSS. Htowe vs. Reynolds. Submit
660. Scott vs. Jones. Submitted.
001. Nhus vs. llryon ot al. Dis
IW). Walker ft al vs Bolcslborry.
Argued and submitted.
O40. School District 30 et al vs. Cap-
ital National bank. Argued and sub-
mitted. U0TUU JtlDElt HACK.
Henry Orottlit of Jtoottrtlt't Utfjlmritl
Home on a "urJuyi.
Henry Crossly of this city a private
in Roosevelt's regiment ot Rough Rid-
ers arrived in the city this morning
direct from Tampa Florida lie vfi
given a thirty days' furlough in order
to see his wife who is here ey ill.
Crossly says the Ok'aboma boys are
faring nicely despite the hot weather
and change of climate lie expects to
rejoin his regiment in the province of
Has Ho Equalas am Infant Food.
ARE FIGHTING FEVER
Government Is Taking Extra
Precaution at Port
New Orleans June 11. Th LmrttUrm
KtMv iKxtiM of 'fienMli hat lti hifurtfMil
ly Dr. II. It. Ob tier of the I'nltod SMatra
marine lioiiltnl service that tli KonU-
lilrn cflnip nmt lYiDeotiflnla I now o)mi
for the reception of yellow fever patient
A Icltgrftm At rawtved tontntit from
Dr mil. hnUth ofllcer of Mlsslmlppl nn-
noutvcltiR 1rt there n utmrtk-hiu ivup
of fever M UbihU. AI1mImI4 a enrall
wtMloii on the jftilf aihI alilp In La ml rtw.1.
IS mllFH norMi of Mollenr'. In ronqii-
ence ot this riMpatah tie bonnl drotdnl 1 1
pine ItistHtara en the tmlns who will
stop !1 paMAtiHor front Infeotetl dbrtrlcla
Tlie town of Molt wiry Is quarantined-in
mnt rlKM nxinner. .i Reirtledrmn arM Ke
wttemrrtMl Ko Imvi the ptace latH nlglit
Dr. IIrlton tlie rlie hoard of IhviIOi
offlow In olmrRe ImmerilAteJr Hslnfect-
1 lilmself clniiified hi clothing ami
went In pursuit and hroutfbt the rvftigena
PRVBU IIRAT AT MClIItNIlY.
Washington June 11 Ilaimrta reclve)l
here today by siirfftsjn neneral Wynmn In
dlnate that etiereolle ineaaiirea are lwiiig
restored hy tho rvprevetilatlvea of the
marine hospital aervlco nt SIrllenry to
tamp out yellow faver at that iiee and
to prevent Its sprxttdlnn. Surireon Jlur-
rhy reiiorta that a Bimnl of man has
lvn pael around the town ami mi moon
Tarter atntra that tl liotfto to house In-
pectlon U holng oondiHrfM on the Una
of the Oulf & flhlp Island railroad In
onler to mnko sure tlioro nro no coxes
outalde of McIIenry.
IS A LAW TODAY.
Tlie War Revenue Bill Is Now
Washington June 11-The war revsnuo
hill wll not become u law before Monday.
Owing to a rule adhsrexl to In both houses
that tho presiding oflleorn shall not sign
such a measure stive whan tne respective
houses ore In session the hill still lucks
the signature noceaaary before the presl
dent affixes his opprovul. AVhile the
house was in session today.tlhv' senate won
not ami it is thought beat to attend Io
these tortthxr. Aeoordlngly when the
two houses are in session Monday the bill
will be promptly rushed through for the
signatures of Vlce-prssldeiit Hobert and
Slieaked Iteed and the necessary enroll
ment details and sent Immediately to the
IN SAD SHAPE.
DIBIITS BNOUQ1I TO UAT Ul AN IM-
San Kranelsoo. June ll-The llulletln
says- A committee f three hankers a-
Miiilel hy the creditors of Qen. Jlarrlos
take ulrnrga of the business affairs -sf
the ex-president of OutemalA. made a re
IKirt slwwlng that otrt of live mllKon del-
lara estate the ex-ruler of the Guatem-
alan republic bad but SU In aetuel cash
on the d)th or last month. Ills total In-
debtedness amounts to HAri.iSl. Of this
sum Jl.70300 Is owel In Ciitttemala ml
W.I51 is unsecurwl The total sum Is
divided among creditors In (luatemala anil
ten others in this coiuitry nud Ruropa
MKMIIRR8 OI' THAT PARTY IN CON-
ORtCSH TO MHRT.
Wshflngton. Jun ill -A ranueat far a
demuorat caucus has been placed in the
hands of Chairman Richardson and a esll.
R hi uiidenitood will Im issued for a cau
cus Tueaday ntght. Ttia business will be
Itarty coiuhleratton of Hawaiian annexa-
tion but It Is not certain Uiat ixtrty not-
ion wHI be taken upou the iiuseeln.
CtMlrman ItlcharUson sabl the call far
oaueiM Mould ha Issued Monttay morn-
ing. RADLY MISTAKEN.
TMH D0N8 AY TUB AMBItlCANH
Madrid Jum 11 I p. m.-A ofllotal dla.
Ida tell from Havana today aays:
Tlie Spaulsh warstiips Coa4e da Vena
dito Nueva Mspana and Mg have maUa
a sortie from Havana for tlM purpose tti
attacking i1m blockading squadron. Hut
the Americans refuse to flgut and ratirad.
A later disuatth from Havana mfu:
liieven America n merx-hantinen have ar-
rtvetl before Santiago d Cube It Is t-
Iteeved they are transports conveying
troops which it Is intended to disembark.
Precautious are being taken to prevent
them from making a landing.
0oa-t ToWcco Spit n Bmol Tout lit Ivtj.
Io quit tobaeeo esitly sLd forever be mv
octlc. lull of life nerve und vigor talc No-To
Uacttiewnadsr wgrkir tbatmaks weukme
strong. All druggists too or II. Cureeuaraa
teed llooklet sad sample free. Addross
tterllag JtcmeJy C'a- Chicago cr New York.
THE NEW OFFICERS
Recently Appointed Under the
New Call For Vol-
unteers. Washington June ll-Thv war diort-
msnt has made the follow Inn table allow
ing the appointment of several oflleera
and officer of th general staff U. S.
volunteers as appointed among the alatei
and the regulir army.
Alatmma S. Arlutnsas California II
Con net leu t S. IMrw.tre I. Florida I. Oeo-
gla II. M.ilm J Illinois 15 Iowa If Kan-
sas 1. Krntmky 2. Louisiana 1. Maine G
Maryland 6. Masvtehusetl ( Michigan It
Minnesota 11 Mississippi It Missouri 8
Montana 3 Nebraska 1 Nevada New
Hampshire i. New Jersey S New York W
North Carolina I North Dakota t Ohio
Oregon S. Ieiinsrvanla 11 llhode Island
South Carolina 6. South Dakota 1
Tennessee 10 IVias Utah t Virginia 10
Vermont I Washington 1 West Virginia
4 Wisconsin 6 Wotnlng 1 District of Co-
lumbia II Alaska Arizona 1 lmlUii
Territory New Mexico 1 Oklahoma
U. S. army ITS; V 8 marine hospital 11.
SPIhS OK SPAIN.
TWO M10N AltltlSflTHD IN NI?W YOUK
NNeu York June 11 lOdunrdo Montlet
a Spaniard 40 years nM inl an uuktiown
man of tire same nationality were tuken
off a trans Atlantic ateamaiilp tonight on
suspicion of being !4f)aidsli splsa.
As the flteamslrlp Tartar Prince wits
nlKHit to aaM from her dock In Ilrooklyn
for Mediterranean imrta a detabhmeut of
mariners bom tied her with 4nstruotloits to
arrwH two Simnlaruls who were Atlegetl to
liave In their isaesslon maps elmrta
plans ml specifloMtioim of Ulted Htottw
fortlflaatioiM ami coast desTences.
In ttie sick liay tho Mariners found the
two itnanlards. It is said by duteotlveH
wlifl were wltih the umrluetn itimt tho pa-
lo wv fouiHl In the bagfenge of the two
men that would convict them. The men
were brouieht back on u government
lauiw! ami taken to Oovernors Uland
wliere they were locked up. Montlvl Is
reptrtetl to be a "wealthy Ilrooklyn 8in-
lard. Ills wife awl child were sent to
WILL UK NO INTERVENTION.
None of the Powers "Want a
Finger in the Muss.
(Copyright IKK hy the Associated Press)
Jierlin June 11 There la no material
etiange In the feeling In Oenumiv In re
gard to the war uetween 9aln and Unit-
ed Htatea. The governnieitt scrupuiiuslv
avls expressing Its views on Uie subject
and o fow of the Oertnan newspapers pir-
tat In their ntiKude of little short of
oiien hoatMlty towards the Unite 1 States.
Throughout the week Wioy have main-
tatned Mia the occurreneaa at Hautlago
atiKMMHed to "another defeat of the Yan-
kees" ami frave gleefully prlntwl the ly-
ing Madrid dsMWtohea siHwirting this
oontetiUou. These newatnpers also con-
tinue to clMrge the Americans with
cowardice for not attacking Uie Sanlinl
"wImj uirttt recently reganlkU as foes tin-
worUiy of tlieir steel."
A memher of Mm goneml etan here. In
au Interview with tho oirreapondent or
the Associated Press said" it Is Imnl for
a (rained soldier of the Iiuropui ntold
to suppress a senllinent akin to contempt
when roadlrw the accounts of wltat Iras
llius far been done or. rather left un
done by the American army against ttis
HfsiHtaM troots la Cuba. YWh no Hparri!
fleet to worry theni money and transirtr-
tsMlon In abundance ai' the men nled
a aeir aotmnand they have been uri-
aWe thus far to effect a landing of troops.
'Itils fact specks for Itself. Aral nMor
t-he enotmuus boasting of Uie Ainurtaan
press and people who syvtMitatloally Im-
MtUed ttte naasris for iimuUm before
the outbreak of iiostlrHIrs ttrls inglor-
ious fatlur Is doubly conspicuous nwl.
If striking proof of the grtsM sttfiertorty
tbe Kuropsan system of standing anny
was needed the Americans tmVe Juwrt-
The atxive sentiatersls anrapfwrently
shared by all the Oerman military max.
Tfce aiteiopta of Spain to secure Uurape-
asi Intervention eoaWmie. In aptta of ttie
Uttle eaMMi8sMBt held awt y tne cab-
salle the StlaaUh anlMsaador at fH Pe-
tersburg Is now acting in concert wi
Ms colleague In INtris. senior 1oh Y.
CaaMlle in an ajfort to obtain the servtoes
of ltuasta or rraaee. Tne Oerman tor-
sign once is cognlswot of tne ncg Ka4lm
but sttsvobwa nu Importune to tbam. A
hi ufscial :J ti foreign ofnee positi-
vely aasures the correspondent of tlM As-
sociated Press that a4ter rVanoe or
itusala Intends to Intervene at the prM-
ent Junes ur
Tn f.-IL.WIty and probailt of the Anglo-
Asxrn .hi ullUnce or understanding W
artrwiiiiic widprid .ttvntton in tlie
(IvrNWiJi fin ks inougti the idea is unlver-
pupera li.-r- profeas WK to believe in the
IKMsltil "f uh an ntHnte and point
out at nr .1 nt.l fut iiiwtng why
Uie Intfcj'-ii- ii ti iv iuii ions o nnot
uv4 In puMi Kn deAhuing 4liat
Orewt Urttalns etai. . fir an alUanoo U
u to tne fear engendered by her pvesent
Isolation. Tsta Coloiige Uizetle rtdloules
(h- idea esahnes that if an alliance were
milium mated lir.-ai IJrli.Ui whiI4 pe
(Continued on third page
THE BERLIN PRESS
Is Simmering Down Decidedly
In Its Pro-Spanish
Ilerlln. June 11-Although theantl-Amer-lean
Heating continues hrre the latest war
news coupled with ornclnl warnings thu
such comments were endangering the com
merelnl Interests of flermany have eom-
lened the newsimpers to ntodlfy their ul-
tra pro-8Hinlsh sympathies and some if
tliem are Iteglunlng to admit tht Hpam
Is In a ixtilous condition.
Tlie Dsnntsch Xeltutig ssrs t thinks
the moment has arrived for dlphvmatb In
terventlnn In regard to the Phtlllitplno I -lands
ami adds- 'V nonmlentlally ex-
Itect the foreign office to act speedily and
enetgetleilly as we cannot allow the u
lands to pas Into the trends of America "
The Vosslscha Zeltimg says: "In the
Phllllpplnes 8ln's punishment for cen-
lurlen I lrmnlmuit. Tho cruel massacre of
the imtrlot Itlsal und thousands of Tag.i'a
llnds a bloody recompense"
The Voeslscho ZeltutiK Is the Hrst II t-
lln poor to publish the reports of a spec-
ial eorrosimndent sent to Tamp .
The Poet of this city admits that Spain's
affnlra hnve arrived ot n critical stage
and sa: "If in addition to the other
misfortunes tho throne Is upset by a elvM
wnr Spain would lose Kll the sympathy
hitherto felt for her by the contlnentlal
TIMS NITMIIKR OP Tn0018 MHH11ITT
WANTS KOll MANILA.
Ran l'rnnclaou June 11 Major fieneml
Merrltt wirt more trooiM. !! Is now
In coinmunlontlon wllii iVislilligto.i on
tho suhjoot ami nrim lo receive word
within a few hours that additional force
Isive len Krantod him.
That he wants Diem Immediately Ii
known by the faot that ha ctiuttmplntee
UkivltiK for MnutUi In ulout ten days
from Wcdntskloy next nnd Is desirous Unit
his en tiro forces ehall proceed htm to the
With tho trooim tlnat urrlved yesltinlay
and today he lias n frrO of nboul 10000.
I'noin koo-1 sources It la learned that
(liitinir the last 48 hours lie has been In
ctimmunlnatlon witli the war deiiartmetrt
and Iwm finally demanded tlmt Uie full
quosi of )0 sneellled liy Win 1h OWsiI.
The steanier Centennial wilcli was re-
Jectsil by the RovernmeiH wHI he re-It i-
ciiected as her owners Insist ttMt she Is
tlioroiiglily seavvoi'liy desiiilo Hie rtale-
inenUt to the contrary.
T4ie Zisilumllu Colon nitd Ohlrst aie be
ing loaded with supplies nnd are exiMoled
to be ready for detartnro skriy nest
week but uothhiK OWIilHe Is known by
tlie oflleers of the respective ships.
The Seimtor and Moristn City are leing
fitted up for the trooi and bush these
vessels wtl. be rettily ly tlie end of next
They were built for tlie IClOfxlIke tnMla
nnd lraviiif; a larHe earrlw eaiweKy and
a few days work will put them In anape
The third Het will prolsthly eomprlso
the fleimior. Morgan City Ohio ami the
Centennial If the latter is accepted after
r-liwjMetloii. T4ie wurk of onaMilzIng
eiwliroers arul slmml (sir-pa for Manila Is
proceeillng slowly as not enough men c n
So far only tt tntve been enlialed by
Major IHtauHNMH. Jlfty men are wsni- 1
to esoii eon and. sh CsJIfornU esrni
suitly them. Major 'Nieiiipson bos t i
Hraphed east and asked fur v.dunn i
Tills branch of tits servlo I belter p ii
n. sny oUter.
HI" was pay dv for tin Kebrask.inx
ami Major WWpfiJs. assistant paymaster
tHdured about Mf to lbs rettnnt
Tete treasure v esoonlstl to the hesd-
quarters by a sqmul or Utah eavalryme-i
as upon other payday.
Major JUUMurns vU4te.l th- North Iu
kuta caunp and iwld the troops fir tw
months. Tatars are Ml men in the tw.i
battalions and about Jtt.uw was uld -ui
to the olllosrs and hmhi.
Major J. I'. liell. engineer olikoi on
Major tleaeral Mrrttu staff ao-l ibli f i
the bureau of laformathm at the Phil
Ipplne expedlUofi. this morning received
oftlers to leave for ManllH on Tuesday
He will depart on the Hrst transport and
will be aeoomisinlsd by a lorgs corps of
DL0CKADE OF CUUA.
8PAXIBH DHI'UTIBtl WlHII TO KNOW
m it is Krraxmva.
Madrid June II la the ehamber of asps-
ties today the gsvernment was laurrs-
gsiad as to wtwher the United SUtea had
nottMsd the powers of the Moekade of
Cuba and wsflier the powers recognlstd
the blockade as eifesUve.
Duke Alinodasr da lto the foreign n.n-
latsr repttedd diet since the 1-ui. n-
letense aamMltona ul r.ui 'jii iiunnsi
and the lowers had not yet del. la whs-
ther the blockade was fftniv.
Many of the newspapers odvwuts the
keeping At horn of Admiral Cumara flset
for the pnrpose ef pretesting the eaaav
Cupt. Aunon. the minuter of marls
has dtnde arrangements with the Hpanls'i
irain-Atlantlc line fur the trunporiu'in
vf muiuiuas and supplies (a the Ant.il
WILL BE POPULAR
Government's New Bond Issue
Will Receive All
Washington Juni li A-4atant 8irc
tarv Vanderllp who Ins iisd kthdii.tI
cliargc of the pr.H". .1 lmnrt Issue said
today: "The mil rl.tl.r r the 12000001
S per ci m hnndt will in . . ne.1 bv Urn
r iurv ilepnrtmint u- n.n as the hill
Ik lri.. .1 by th prrxldint mil will clo-io
t l i m July n This Kiva ample tlmr
eMii r. i (lie most remote Mictions of thr
iminm I. receive i umplet. Information
riKinllii the dt-tullH if tin Ihsuo nnd t
Imm -hIim rlptlumi from stuli point" mih
the trei-iiiiy Kvirv rmnm I will be uieil
t dim. initiate In tin- wi.l. st possible tmn
nir liifutiiintlon riKir-lli.K this liuo and
to nuki It In rverv mnw a popular loan
A tr. ii number nf Hiibr i (ittons have nl
ruiiH I. ii im'v.ii it. II iMn. .r iu
biw th. illoltn.nl will l cullar Thu
liw provnles that th. -.mullest ubm rip
Hon- -hill bu lirnl nil. .ii I nnd tin allot-
iiiniiK mule imtl in in i iirdam t with
thn -ii ..f the kuIim rlpiloiiM Tat will r
suit in ii line Im-Iiir hrplv drawn at some
liolnt im.l all rubsriipiiniiH fir an amount
exeeolliiK that sum will n . nlve no allot
The iiinnuilon I" t ik. n t.i iirent In
dlvtdiinls repeating sul. ripilnns ntul thim
getting nn undue ml mi M The law pru
vldes thai nil imih ii.i stibsi rlptlona
must lie nlloted ilrt un.i therefore sub
scrlpthms from i.ii uin Ktlt osHotm-
tlons other than Imlhiihi Wl. only tc
ceive nn allotment in tin . vent thnt tho
Individual suIihi rlptloiiN full short ot the
two hundred million doll in whlrh ro
at present offered
The treasury will print about four main
suliscnptlon blanks nnd ciroulnrs of In
formation. They will ic mt In the hnndn
of every money order iwatmnsier nnd hi
every banking office and express ofllco
at the earliest possible moment.
A NUMDE1KIF OAANUES.
NAVAI. OI'PIC'UIIS AnB I'nOTItACT-
Hl WITH THK 1IKAT.
Washington June 11 Onpt. Frederick
ltedgers formerly prealdent of the naval
auxilllary hoard tuts lieen onlerinl to com
mand ttie big monitor Purlton now with
Admiral samiisou Hi r. ll. ves fnpt P P
Harrington wtro has In in prostrated hy
tho terrible strain jmi In-it lo which bo
has been luhjectud durlnir His Ioiik stay
Itverett. coinmaiiititiR the lighthouse Un
der Mangrove has also "Ui limbed to the
hardships of the I'ulmn lil.vcktde tifll
oers 4i i be. n r. rnovi d i i tlie navil ttjt
plliil H ly W.mI f .r ti ilinent
Tin as-ininnii of f ipi )i nlgem l.j the
Puiltan l ives a viu'iin. i In the tninuuiid
of the crulsi r Phil ub Iplil i now filtlllK
out at Han Kriinln ) f .r n. ivloe mi iho
Paolflc station n wliiih li wax urlglnii
ly asslgnil mvinl . n - go. In i'"W
ttt the reporitil ib sin of ipt. t'rownin
shield chief of tin Iniri hi f navlgiil n
for sea dul It In not linm .bable that In
may be gtvi n oiniuand of the I'Mlil I
phla. It la expected that he will gi lilt
coinission at tho Mare Island navy yordl
on the first prox.
C'iiiii;i l.l'r Midi llomv umjorts.
Tho Ottawa Ohautauqua assembly
Korust l'ark .Tunu IS to HI lS'Jrt. Ouu
faro or round trip 'flakets on Balo
Juno 11 12 and 13 Inclusive good to
return until Juno 7 IS0B. Tho Hanta
Vo Is tho bust lino to tho assembly
grounds station only half a block
away Particulars on application to
A. J Corkius. agent A T 4B F
I'lrtr !. J ' I I a I a l i xla r" 1. Ugh Oily
hi U ki 4 ' . ft -. I . i Sd
fmllir I . r . I i . ii -I ; c 1 ly
I TI" I 114 I- i tl ( . i ' I ' J purify
lug nd in i 1 1 ( 'i' mr t i j (. s
puriatsudtw. .t'v fir lot et tilth mil Eurery.
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ni nnn uiiMnnc "-"'
llTlllk SSUk liS.
WAR ON DKUU riUCKS.
I wUl Ur the next Til IltTY UAYH
give speslal prise In
and la faot everything In ray store at
reduued prices. I will give you tho
best Paint lor tho money In tho
world. Call and get prices.
RENFRG'S DRUG HOUSE
H04 OKLAHOMA ArKSUB.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1, Monday, June 13, 1898, newspaper, June 13, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74253/m1/1/: accessed February 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.