The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 18, Ed. 1, Friday, June 17, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OHQAN OF OKLAHOMA OBMOCIIACY OFFICIAL STATE I'APIill OFFICII OF PUBLICATION HAPHISON AVBNUI2.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 17 1898
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Ice in quantities of 200 lbs and It-ss 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 cents.
12J lbs of Ice 10 cents 0 lbs of Ice 5 cents.
1 000 lb ice books containing 10 tickets 25 lb ?5.00
250 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 0 lb $1.50.
Instilled water 5c per gallon.
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LEEDY IS RENOMINATED.
likewise the Present Kansas
Administration By the
Tupek Juimi IT- Tto populist In th
Mate corn ni I. .n roI to work again m
j u'rlork 'iiinUy mornlnc. an4 nnt
li-'K-wd. .1 i iiviu.r lh rftort on tha
ronrvn-m wild Hi.- ilrooTt who
mamlad th- plu.t- -'f llaulwiaiit (uvaour
Hnil aoinc minor pl-e on th.- Uckrl.
Tin- nii!lnn rt'fud t lr mure
than the Itrutrniint ov.-n..nhlp to thu
demornila ami tuoh u tlw tllw-uutlua
f lb plat runs. Titc union or lul
nllt lu throwlm wt ttu flunk ochmimI-
lit Mate control at IL-- Katua City
lock yartl.i. wu rcoHl.l.rrd and ittr
i)auk reiiuwrted by naurly a unaiUm-
The plank to the pl.ur..rin wliltli
rauaad vu.'lt a fltcht wu tliin
"We dciiuuHl the imi ! t.' hum n-
tou of th ntetropolltaa p'.u. . law unil
alao Its repeal by the iibi i. kIv tturil."
Aftor a stormy iWbule th plank vtum
nuoptwl ly a vote of Wl to JO.
The platform us a whole la purely
It .left) "! it'p utloptlon of the Inla-
tl'e ami rifirenJum ntem and a pro-
vision f r pr p.iritonal representation
th ttaUlfttimnt of atate stock yattui
unutr such rguUtUna aa will prevent
Form an important dc-
liartnient 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 t
pieparations all the best.
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RATES: $1 AND $1.25 PER DAY.
Only onts faro plus 82 and customary o
N. V. A. membership fee. for tickets
to Washington I). O. anil return.
Thoy will be on sale .July 3 -1 und r o
lHUd at .Santa Fo Route ticket oftlces.
l'ullinan l'alaco and Tour st Hlecpcrs t
nnd frro chair earn will leavo points in
Oklahoma on July -I ls'JS for accom-
luodatlnn of teachers and their friends
und go through to Washington 1). C
without chaiiifc. The unders'ned will
be Kind to .ell you when train will pass o
this station or nearest junction point.
Itinerary and list of desirable low-
rate excursions from Washington fiee
on application. A J. Cohkii.
l'assengcr Agei.t 2
Outhrie O T.
0O 0 000 OOOO 00 O0 0O0O0 OOO00
the flxlittf of prlrea by apeoulatorH ami
(HMnntlaatoti men. and xecurliiR to the
peonto the bMieflt of an oxn market
a arntaoi of state iHauranoe: the public
wnerahlp of all puolla uUlltlea ami the
pubtlr owneraltlp and alteration of all
monenuUea. and a ronattlulkWMil ronven-
tton to correct ialtlnK lUfenla lmine.1-
On the wntlonal taewi the ptatform ile-
nwnin the free entMil of boU anil sil-
ver at the ratio nf 14 to 1 awl tlie tssite-
in of gresnhmcka lustead of Interest
ucarht UohiW far the eatiensmi of car-
rying on the war.
The sharpest Rnbt of the eonventlon
was over the adsfritan f the ptutform.
After that. It was all smoth asltlHK-
At 4.11 o'cloK thte aftsrnoon the en-
tire state ticket wa reMnnlnated at
nee ad by aeetatrwtten. Incluillna
lieutenant OoveMor A. M. Harvey who
l a major la the Und Kaunas volun-
teer. The democrats who had been Insistent
in tbi-lr demands for tw plaees on the
ti ket laid down for some reason tin-
explained and It took fwt a abort time
to railroad the nominations througb In
The tick nominated Is as follows;
for Oovenor Juhn V. Iedy: for I.leut.
Oovenor. A. M. Harvey; for Becretary
of Biute. W. 15. Busb; for Attorney Oen-
eral U C Iioy for Treaaurur David
Hefelbower; for Audlter V. 11. MorrU.
for State Buperlntendent William
Slryker for Associate Juillca. B. H.
Allen; for ConffresAman at Large. J.
Story From London That
Spain Has Sold
Ami I ho City Will Full
Day AiiKiislI Wantitl
Surrentlor Hut Arch-
hishop Vetoed tho
3Iovo Miles in
Special to The Dally Leader.
Madkio June 17 Military
and naval officials affect to be-
lieve that Americans will not
bombard Cadiz. They say the
forts can sink all hostile ves-
sels. Spain Denies It.
Special to The Dally Leader.
Madrid June 17. Govern-
ment indignantly denies that
Spanish soldiers mutilate d the
bodies the American dead.
Jolly Story 1 It s.
Special to The Dally Leader.
London June 17. The News
has a Gibraltar dispatch that
Spain has sold the' Philippines
to Germany. This is the reason
for the squadron going there.
Have Not Arrived.
Special to Tho Dally Londor.
Kingston June 17. Troops
have not arrived up to yester-
day evening but are expected
Insurgents and Murines.
Special to Tho Dally Lender.
Manila June 17. Insurgents
and sailors and marines from
Dewey's lleet have invested the
city. Will fall in a day. Amer-
ican troops are expected Sun-
day. Augnsli wanted to surren-
der but the archbishop vetoed
it. A war fleet from Spain was
seen oft" Gibraltar steaming east
said to be going to the Philip-
pines. Miles in Washington.
Special to Tho Dally Loader.
"Washington June 17. Gen.
Mi'es is back here to-day.
Sonata Favorable to Hawaii.
Special to Tho Dally Leader.
Washington June 17. The
senate committee reported in
favor of Hawaiian annexation.
FAST UUTIIIUE CAK
llfitnj .Iriiteil fu 6'oMuarf lit Niijtmne
The noted Kast (Suthrlo caie was
called in supremo court this morning
and tho day wan given up to argument
by counsel. Horace Speed appeared
for Kast Guthrie residents and argued
from 11 to 3 o'clock. He dwelled at
length on tho sooner and speculative
latent phases of tho case. Judge
Illerer followed. Assoclato Justi.o
Ualaer Is not qualified to alt on ac-
count cf his connection with the caso
aa city attorney. The case will go to
tho court this evening and it Is ex-
pected that opinions will to handed
down within a month.
JS'ofire lo lluthrle Ciojifrr.
Regular convocation and election of
ofllcers of Ou hrle ehapter No. 0 It. A
M will bo 1 eld in Masonic hall o-
night at 8 o'clock. He prompt. Visit-
ing companions welcome.
Jkssk IiuNTKit Secretary.
What a Kaot Is.
A knot Is the nautical synonym for
thJ Keographlcal mllo. Tho geocraphi-
cat mile la one-sixteenth of a mean de-
gree of a meridian on the earth and Is
therefore onc-slxtleth of 69.03 Eng-
lish atatuto miles or. what la ttu
same thing the length ot the geo-
graphical mile or knot or oaattaal
mllo. as It Is also c-.lIM. Is 6080 feet.
Henco when a ship has gone one knot
It has gone 1.1515 statute mllo or what
la running thirteen knots an hour is
traveling at the same speed us a rail-
way train which Is going fifteen miles
an hour. The name Is derived from
the knots tied on the appendages of
a ship's log line.
Tho Dwarf That gltutt'g drunk
again. The Iluuber Man'Vhat
amakM you think sol The IVarf
Way ka's taken the Two-Headed Girl
to as Ue cream parler.
INVADE PORTO RICO.
Twenty Thousand American
Soldiers To Be Landed
There At Once.
Wanhlngton. June 18 The war depart-
ment expect a to utniae approximately .r.
transports In the expedition for the Invas-
ion of I'orto lltco. This statement was
made officially at til department today.
It seemi to Indicate that thePorto Itloo
army will equal It not exceed In number
that which baa left for Bantlngo. The ul-
timate la made that the 35 veiwl will
equipment! and anbalstance. Army offic-
ials say tlmt reports which have been re-
ceived from reliable aourcca xhow that the
-numoer 01 ananiania in tnai country I
pronainy imj men aiiiioiifm oiner stato-
menta I ml lea I e that there is considerable
less tlmn that nnmnbr. It Is f.ilr to an-
mrnif tliej" say that when the United
fltatea army oommenoes active oerallona
analnet the city at Sn Juan every avail-
able man In that pbte will be Impressed
Into military MAtee ami ffven a nun.
Hence thoy feel that the anuy of Invas-
sloii shsulil be of stioli pixtortlons as 3
leave no doubt of Ha ability and capacity
to co successfully with the enemy. It
la (Hated positively that the embarkation
lolm for tho troop for I'orto ltlco hn
not yet been deohleil and will not be un
til Secretary Affler nnd the President have
had an opportunity ot confer ullh Major
Cleneral Mftea who will return to the city
For the purpose of Hie Porto lllcol.in
xiHHlltion Aaslatam Secretary Mcrkle-
John aald today that llie department liail
now nvaflable all transnnr.s some of
uiilcb are already at southern porta and
these will carry about C( men with their
KeKOtntlnna for the chartering of other
teamris are In pronress svnty-llvo ves-
sels lmvinK lieen submitted for Inspection
and It Is not Improlwbte that some of tho
trnitorts now eiiKnffed in the Santiago
expedition will lie utilized. This will de-
pend however entirely upon the aspect
of military affairs as they may dcvelope
In cuntern Culm.
AN AWFUL CHAHUK.
Horses At Camp Tampa Stampede
Through the Tents.
WaRhlncton Juno 10 A special form
Tnmia Kin. soya:
At 10 o'clock tonight 3000 horses and
mulea liroke from'llielr carrels and atam-
lieded thrniiKli the eainiw of Oen. Carpen
ter's brigade. It was dark and the exclt-
meut was so great In the District of Co-
limiMa camp It was impossible to learn
if any one was hurt. The panic anion
the men was terrible. Of fleers tried t
net their companies Into line tiut the army
ot uihl horses terrified them.
It seems Impossible to stop the stampede
tonight. The horses seem to lie attract
ed ! the tents they rushed through the
lirlfrade of throe regiments and tlisn hack
again taking a different course each time.
They have alrsady destroyed many tents
kitchen and damping paraphartiallo.
It Is not yd known what started the
animals In their wild mull. Talis had Uesn
sounded In all the caiiiiis and the hamls
had played their wood iiIkIiU. The men
were hardly asleep when the loud eraek-
Ink like the llrliig of krUIIhk nuns start-
ed ihm. It was the breaking down of
the eorrel fence a hlli wooden affair.
In the next momunl the Infuriated and
panting horses ruhed Into the Ne.r Yoik
mrup which was nearest thu hiVnic In the
fnce. The rush sounded like a thunder
Mlorm. The New York eamps sntlnls br-
gan to yell like mad "call out ths Hiianls
call out the guards." Ttie guard burrt4
out but It was to late $ut the animals
wars than rushing ever everything In their
path. In half an hour the eamps had
been atamiieded three times and titers
seemed to be no hoie of driving tilt beauts
away from the breach.
Forty men were moHteil by 11 o'clock
ami tbsy were able to cneek the rush a
little or at least lo start the horses from
NKWS FK0JI MANlfiV.
BI'AIN APAID OP TUB HOLD IXSUK-
IofMloa June 17 The Madrid Mrreafton
dent of the Standard says: '11m news from
Manila Is most unfavorable and has mads
corresponding Imprsssioa. aVrlous mls-
glvlngs are felt tor the fate of Oen lie-
net at tbe heads ot a strops; eoiinnn oper-
ating at some dlstaifc from the ooast.
It U asU that many foreign residents
wMh ttislr famtllea have taken refuge on
Iliitish frsui'h ami OermaH war vsaatU.
while others havo left for Chltta and Ja
The Madrid press expresses surprise
that the archbishop of Manila should have
left the city at such a moment unless It
Is true that he wishes thereby to signify
his disapproval of the reforms Captain
(leneral Augusll has promised the natives
In the hone of checking the spread of the
insurrtetto. Must of the papers express
a fear that the next news wftl be of the
The whole question. In ths eyes ot the
Spaniards Is heftier Admiral Dewey can
prevent Agulnaldo frjm pushing on hos-
tilities agalaat Manila until the Ameri-
can riaftireaMnts arrive slne other
wise. It is supposed le will have to allow
the different task of malfftatnlng order
anil riving Manila from the excesses of
CUBANS ARE LOYAL.
They Are (living Liberal Aid
and Assistance toAmcr-
Washington June II The woik of the
I'uhnnii in reinforcing the uurlnai at Oil-
nnlnnatno and particularly In occupying
...nimirni. m reviving unsiimeii ptalse
from the offflckU here.
Mr. Queaada said today that the Cu-
ban lu.d .pen fit to reply lo criticism eur-
' it-trt durh u Hie tam few weeks as to tint
lii4lTix-Hvetie rf the Cuhnn soldiers as
J they know ho crltlrisms we.e due to nil
' Ignomnre of the cartful plan lanrely
matured at Waihlng;ton by which the Cn-
Imn forces were t.i execute Uietr purt of
a well roimiilered progTain.
'nut now that the Cuban Hag Is lloftt-
Ing over Acoerradpros" continued Mr.
Wuoinda "all the rrltlekmts are nnswereil
Accrrraderos Ik about IS or X mllpi west
of HantlnKO and la the seat of the Rrot
Iron and pojper mines of that 1o?allty.
"The arrangsnietrta of Oen. IUUibl in
making a Poree maroli from Nayeu Is
r4iarateslc of tie mllrtary genius of ttal
oflloer. He Is chief of ataff to tJnrcln anil
has the rank of genrral of a division
whloh Is midway between luiga.llpr gen-
eral and mojor general lie Is almut II
years old tall thin and muscular and
knnws no foar. lie take prtd In Die fact
that he Is partly of Indian descent and he
has the natural fighting onplcMy of mi
Indian lie made a name for himself dur.
Ing the last f'trtwn war and soon took
high rank when the present war broke
out. When Oen. MartlneE Campos tltougti
to make short work ot the present war
he led the Bpanlah forces to Baodcl Itido.
noa Cao ami leraleJo whore lie met
Uen. Itebbl wKh a Oulmn nrmy inurti
smaller than that of Camos. Hut In each
of these notable engagements. Itabbl nit-
generalled and defeated Pnmiios the ree-
ognlzed military genius ot Spain. It led
Campos h.msclf to declare tlmt In Itnblil
he had met a soldier worthy of his heat
"In occupying Aeeerraderwt Oen. llahhl
had with him obout 1000 men while Oar-
cla Is comlniT up with 1000 to 6000 more
Cubans. The march of Itebbl mm hnnll-
ly be appreciated by anyone not famllWir
wrh the niountalna awnmiM and tangled
tropical vegetation through which he
pushed his way from Iinynmo to Aceerr-
aderos. It la ejttremeiy gratfylng to Cu-
none Uiat Admiral SamiMioii Hhould im-
mediately recognised this movement and
ili.nild ofliolally ruwrt it In such compli-
mentary terms to the imvy department."
FLEET STILL THERE.
Licutcnat Blue Makes a Scjut-
ing Tour and Locates
(Oopyrlght 18 by the Associated I'ress)
Off Santiago Ie Cuba Tuesday. June II X
p. in. by the Associated 1'roaa dlsMMch
boat Dandy via Kingston Jamalea
June 1 S p. m. -IJbift. Victor Illue In
his plucky trrp as! tore under instruetlemi
of Hear Admlrwl 8amwon lo locate de-
UnHely two giiiaii war ships In the
harbor of Santiago n Cuba rode
miles hi a mule. landing about It miles
wesa of Santiago ami soefmipankHl by a
force of Cutain guides he filially reaohwl
an otiaervwtton io)irt six or seven miles
weal of Santiago City.
The troops are ncamMil ail nnotiml the
city and there njc aeveral Irtoek houses
on the north side. Ueirt. HI us was un-
aMc to return over tne road by wtilch lie
! b biimsi f the prflMnee of Hpantsh
cavalry. Ho he made a longer detwir re
turning without having stMouiHereil the
eneiiy etod without tiny exaeUug epeper-
isnee. IJeut. IHue said todayi "If I lw.1
met any of the Bpairianli I wouM liewe
iHFHpe.1 sfi the old ititrie and made far the
woods. They are so thick ttUsH the Hin-
tards never would havo eaugtK me. I
beard the sound of lirhiK awl was told
H was ono of the frequent brushes be-
tween the Cuban and Spaniards. I did
not see any troop myself and altogether
I had quite a good time."
A Santiago dally paper tho EstaiM of
Moy ss in an awiobs eMUIed n .jues-
lion of buager." ssiasea lets rtoh bakers
of tlw town for "asking exorbitant prtees
for bread until there la HoMa Mt but
to renounce eating bread."
Continuing on the same lines be flapana
says: K tables rise bi price dally. IS now
wtien we are at the beginning f war
with the United States this Happen-.
what will happen wlthbi three er four
Tb- paper axon virubiwtly abusad the
SMviiairts. t was this Issue of May &
which Lli-ut. Blue brnttght froi ivore
when he made bis reyort to Hear Ad-
There are more partrldgos In lllaine
oounty this summor than have been
seen there since tho oponlng of the
I'erry Knterpriio-Timea : Hon. It. J.
Ray Is over from Woodward. Tho de-
flanao of tho Outhrlo Leader on the
l'oruna Callahan question has strentrth-
ened Iirothor Hay's hopes and bright
anticipations on the congressional out-
look and under Tom Doyle's guidance
he is endeavoring to learn the oondl-
tlon of Noble county free-silver demo-
pop any-Dld-tblng to-get-tbere poli-
tics. Ills chances should be good as
he is a nlco fellow with an excellent
Sampson Once More Trains His
Engines of Destruction
(Oopyttgbt MS by the Associated IVeas)
On hoard Hie Associated Press dtspaMi
boat dauntless off Hantlago De Cuba
Thursday. June 18 noon vb Kingston
Jamaica June II 0 n. m. -Hear Admlnl
Sampawis Heat bonrnanlml the Iwtterles
nt Bantlflgo De Cuba tr tie tlrinl time
at hiyllght this morning. Ior Ih- tho
ahliw jxiiimlwl the bonterlea n he riiciu
ami left of the entrance only sparing y.
Morm where Umit llolmon ami Ills rom-
psnions of the Merrlmnc are in prison
The western Imttorlci. onolnst which
tbe main assault whs dlrect-d were budlv
wrecked. One was utterly destroyed. In
others many Kims were dismounted.
At first the HpAnlard rnplled tasslon-
ately and wildly but HTipoteiHIy. Then
moat of tne guns were drm-ited. Not
ship wus struck nor a liwn Injured on
thu Amertran side.
It Is believed tlmt the enemy loss of
life was heavy.
As k preliminary to the hammering alv
en tho lotteries the dynnmHe cruiser Ve-
suvius last night at inldnlxtit. was kIv-
en nnother clmnce. Three SOO pound
chai'HOS of gun cotton was sent iiver the
Cortlllefltlons at the entrance.. The de-
sign wns to drop them nroiind In the Imv
at the angle back of the miilnenco on
which 1SI .Morro Is sKuateil where It wn
known that the Sianlh iorp..hi boot d. -troyers
were lying. Two (Marge nit
true as no reports were heard-a pec
ullarty of ehe extdoslon of gun cotton In
water. Whether the destroyers were de.
mollrhrd Is not known but the destruc-
tive imwer of gun ronton Is large ami It
would not be surprlsinc If h is siHikc.
ptently ascertained tlmt one or lioth were
The third ot large explodwl with terrific
violence on capo Rmlth 1'rom where the
Meet lay the entrance o Mie luirlor hok-
od. In Uie black night like a door open-
Int? Into the llvh) fire f a 'Iftaulc funisce.
A crater lilg enough to hold a chiiroh was
blown out of the aide of the Cayo HmlMi
nnd waa clearly seen from the sfilps tills
Admiral Hamilton Issuwl the orders for
bombardment Inst night. CoiTee was
sen'eil to tin men at half pas' 3 this mom
Ing und with the llrat lltis.i ot l.wwi tho
men were called iiuletly u quarter. T'ie
sIiIim ateuhMl In live knats to within jJ.oiti
yanls range when they clivod up licoad-
Ide on until h distance of '.lirco cable
lengths parflte.l them. They were strung
out In the form of a creaciit tho heavy
lighting shliia In the renter the llagslilp
on the right ami the Massechusetts on the
left. The Una remained aUt'onary ihn-
tighoiit the bombardment. Tho Vixen and
Hanks close lu shore foi the purpose of
upon the shins.
When the ships got Into position It w.is
Mir. loo dark for any llrbu ltia admirii
s'gnaletl the ships not lo lite until thu
muzzles of the enemy's guns In the em-
brasures 00 u Id be seen by the gun cap-
tains. Fifteen minutes later at B:aS a. in. the
New York opened lire with a lioardehle
from the main Iwttery at the works 011
(he east sfde of the entrance to the liar-
Isir. All the ships followed In red streaks
smoke kicked up dirt snd masonry. It
waa a magnlllcent spectacle from where
the. Dauntless lay.
Though the gun captains had been
cautioned not to waste ammunition but
to Are with deliberation the lire waa so
rapid that there waa an almost continuous
report. The measures crash of the big lit
liteh guns from the battleships sounded
above the din of a hurricane. A stroiiK
land breeze off shore carried the smoke 01
the strips seaward whl.e It let down a
thick curtain In front of the Bpanl-ui
The Dons responded spiritedly at first.
hHt their frenzbAI half crazed Are could
not match the eool nerve trained y.B
ml skilled gunnery of the American all-
than in preceding bombardments. The ad-
mirals expert had given directions to re
duce the powder charges and to elevatu
the guns to as lo shorten the trajectory
and thus to sseure a plunging lire. As
the sImMIs In the preceding bombardments
ilroppd with the almost straight trajec
tories of projectiles with full charge it
was almost Impossible lo plant them
They woubl shoot Into the air. enclr. I
Ing the batteries awing to the high L-
vatlofi and fail far over the fortiAcattons.
The effect of the reduced charges was
In it mlHMtes one western battery
waa eemptetely wrecked. The Mas-
sMHiuatts tor a gaping tula In tit anv
plaeemaat with a thousand noaad pro-
Jeatlle nnd the Texas draped a si tell
lata the istwder magazine. The ev-
Ptadttf! wrought tent We liavaa. TU
frame waa Mfted the sidea vrara blown
ut ami a shatter of debriea iirw In
every dlrecttlow. One timber carried out
of the side of the battery went tumbl-
ing dawn the bill. The loss of life must
have bean great.
The baUariea an the east of Morro
were harder to (ret at. but the Mew Or-
leans ereeead the bows of tlie New York
to within Ml yards off shore awl played
a tattoo with her loin; i ii.th tlftw tdt-
tlng them repeatedly striking a gun
squarely muMlo-orlf lifting It off It
trunlon and-acnClng It awoeplng sam-
ersauits In the air.
Hcverni tlmoe Admiral Bamson slgn-
temporarlh t fr
o allow tin ml t
clear im the batteries When thr or
ot came at lfl to crn- nrlng rrry
gtin of the enemy had been Hiwnrcd fjr
ten mln'ili". but i' the ship Jr w .ff
nome of the Hpanluli courHgi- rf turned
and n half dosen xh.l were fired fpio
fully at the MiiM-Kirtiuiette am' ortr n
filling In thi'tr iki
Throughout tin i.nmbnrdmi lit tbr
dynamite cruller isu1us and the lvr
t r hy direction of the admiral lay ..ut
.Id. of the rifle flink
The steam launch of the Il.ighlp rrur
rb d -mong the ship i irrj-lnR mcx-nfrr
At the rlose of th lotion a sirt xm of
muPI"ilnred tin floiteil from the New
Yutk gonerall eoinpllmentliiK tho rhlpa
nn.l especially coinmondltiK the w .rk
of Hie Texas and Ni w Orb in-. Tho
men of the New Orleans raised n cheer
whlrb was passed on from ship to rhlp
until ever Jm kle in the fli . t wm
howling himself hoarse
Tlie destruction nnd il.'nth nt the west
cm latterH" tnuii h.iv hci n appalling
...iin of the am" h.id been mounted
during the LihI two us Frum this
It Ik Inferred tlmt Admiral crirft had
kImii up nil In. i" or extricating him
s If from the imp in whl h he Is.
intiRlit and hmt r. mov.l the guns from
some of his ships in strengthen tho land
Admiral RninpHoii H highly rrntlflcd
with the result of the tinmbardmcnt
lie thinks the victim liattcrlcH prif
t lr all v diinoliBli.il As some of the puns
mi the niKtein bitt.ilis did not Ore ho
thinks It possible tluv ree onlv diim
Tht only reitrct expressed Is thnt
Mi ut llobson ntd id" companion1- by
their presence In Kl Muro made It v
iitherwlse It wo'dd now be a jillo ot
ruins. The nuinoir of shots fired In
not known when this despnt'h l.s ncnt
Judged from the position neur the flag
ship which dtirlnK the liombnrduunt
with several int. rriiptlons. fired 208 hot
at from her 8 Imh nuns ni fn.m her
I Inch guns and .Tl from her (i pounders
l probably no fewer tlian G.OoiJ projectiles
'wore fired of a total weight of half a
Hallard's Saow Liniment. Thoro JS
no pain it will not relit vo no swelling
t will not subdue no wound itsw'll
hosl It will cure frost bites chll blalnl
and corns. 25 and 50. I?. 11. LUHo A
IS VHtY DKTKRMINEI).
PATH Bit Olf HOY KILLKD IJHJKCTS
TO tn.BMICN.y TU WcfUHDN
Vawttuket It 1 Juni l lttn. k 'li k
of Centrul Falls h 1- 1 niaged an .morn
to enter otJecti..ns t me coniuiutlng -f
the sentence of death on Hint r D " .r
l.n ( life ImprlsoMiin ni b i.ot.rn r
Jliiil.l of t'aliloiul 1 Mr t'lnrk s s n Ia
rick a menilx r of lnii.iy I Itn urulbry
was killed In a w n k near Cicranuni '
In lsl the train win. h he and oili. r 1
dlers wore Ku.ir.lliiK li.lng wr.iktd by tho
striking of mplo.s or the Houthiru Vx
cine railway. Certain -trlkera were trl 1
for wrecking the train ojnong tin in b'
Ing Slater Worden wl was ronvt'tcd
and sentenc.d to tie hage.l M.iry nb..r
orgunlzallons tried to s.iv. W.r.l n and
l'r.-sl.lllt riev.-liilid wr.it. i i liudd 'II
Wordin's t. half
Boft White llanliWiili -11 if " V t I.UXO-
runt Hair wiili ( lci Ml 1. 1 wioHcalp pro-
duced ty t-i TU 1 it a hi.ap 1110 most effective
Liu puril)iiii and beautifwDt; soap in the
woilu at well as pureat and sweeten for
toilet lthaiidn'irer) I li only prevent I vo
of inflammation and ilugging f the i'oaiai
r ! H ht ugh
tW 9r4 T tts ! 1 h man
ri- .. 1 fwau-iff ium 8lia -up b4
If-MM aJ ' Udt.r r ra
WAH ON DllUU ntlCES.
I win l r the next TH IRTY DAYS
give special prluoa in
and in faut everything in my store at
reduqed prices. I will give you tho
best Vulnt for thu money in the
world. Call and g-et prices.
RENFRO'S DRUG HOUSE
tit C f. t HUM J. AYKXVtZ.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 18, Ed. 1, Friday, June 17, 1898, newspaper, June 17, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74257/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.