The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 33, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 5, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL ORQAN OF OKLAHOMA DKMOCRACY OFFICIAL STATE PAPER-OFFICE OF PUBLICATION HARRISON AVENUE.
GUTHRIE OKLAUOMA MONDAY EVBJNINO JULY 5 1808
It Used to
The Eagle Drug
0 FORD PROP. RATES: $1 AND $125 PER DAY.
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
The Capitol is .'100 feet from the Postofiice 200 feet from Opera
House in the center of Business and lias the Best Cyclone Cel-
a r in Oklahoma.
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Pabst Ice Plant.
Pure Crystal Ice
I A"" Distilled Water.
Our prices for this season -will b" ts follows:
Ice in quantities of 500 lbs and over 85c per 100 lbs
Tee in quantities of 200 lbs and less than 500 lbs -10c 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.
12i lbs of Ice. 10 cents 0 lbs of Ice 5 cents.
1 000 lb ice books containing -10 tickets 25 lb $5.00
2i50 lb ice books containing -10 tickets G lb $1.50.
Distilled water 5c per gallon
PAUL JUNDT Manager.
Low Rate and
The war tax on bceralone will place t3fi.000.000 an
nually in the war jeans of our Uncle yam.
OUR GLORIOUS NATION MUST BE PROTECTED.
Contribute your share by drinking the world's most famouB beer.
Budweiser. Pure healthful invigorating. Made
from pure barley mall and hops.
R. W BLACK Torrltorial Ag't
IiiliaUHhiifs Will My.
Iximlon. July l.-Vho Eveim. New
yn.fi a 0isp.it' It hui been received it th
foreign ofVe here from the BrUlsta con-
sul at Bantlnco de Cub saying he ba.
obtained a p'l uwu "l of lb boanbard-
ant f the city In ard.f t allow SM
noii-comluitnli. -to Icive He ltv. T
consul .ul Hi.- British ili-ikii wtl .-m-bark
i'n o-rd hlri In 'H l uh-r
Madrid. July Ti p. ' '1- f-H"lntf
emifflfi' teMsn ' """'I "
Th niar'h'"' f10" Morro cualla 10
gjHUg" -w PnUi qu-idron.
a .-iii nl- "h liui Americans kw-l
lx4iS9i of iniury tif-r. f..rp the Amri.-in
tw I i" i l" ' ' A.lmiMl iVrvrn a." t
l utu.i uii'i ' ll.Tfr. 4drolril
rewM'n t-adraii U toUr ttwn Amii
Tho llritish lion very weary
to wltncsB our Fourth ol July
jollifications; but now that ho
and tho American Haglo havo
become Bitch warm friends ho
will ccaso to look at it in a per-
It used to make people very
weary to pay two or three prlcea
for good reliable drugs; but
that's all over now.
One price and that a small
one is the rule herd. Cotno in
and let us prove it to you.
EDWARD NICHOLS Prop
Only one fare plus 82 and customary
N. 1-4. A. membership fee for tickets
to Washington I). 0 and return.
They will bo on Rale July 3 4 and 5
1 slim el Santa Fe Hon to ticket otllces
Pullman I'alaco and Tourist Sleepers
and free chair cars will leave points in
Oklulinma on July 4 1M)S for accom-
modation of teachers and thuir friends
anil go through to Washington U- C
without change. The ttntlera'gned will
bo glad to tell you when train will patB
thu. station ot nearest junction point.
Itinerary and list of desirable low-
rale excursions from Washington f i ee
on application. A. J. Cohkik
Outhrio O T.
Troops Were Recalled
(.'UatUitooca INuiUitmMgtt Ntilton MH-
ilsry vrk 0-. July . Th Mllroada
cumiMinlM this aftarnooB had all traltw
on tbe liJInca at Ruanvlilu to carry itf
U fvglH6ta at trnojic v4trJ to
front ycwterdJtr and lonlgbt tlt outtiern
railway btul rent PuHinao train U Ilotw
villa to et Oen. WIUoo. who wiui to be
In Krtnmsad of tU axplHfaH. wh1 Ma
ifT wito w.r unlMrl to Iwve tonight
1 ' Cbrl t on. At IloaavlMo tit train-
(ami rlvel orUr to return to the oHy
an oriier hAVlnic Mn r.eivad from
WasHlna-ton raacindlng the ardar to move
the troop. It la underwood from this
ibat a complete change of plan ha baan
n-il by tlu department and that no r
gimanU are to be moved from thta polut
for me time.
GARGIA fS UNABIE
TO HEAD OFF PANDO
Spanish General Willi 5 000 Men Enters Santiago
More Troops For Gen Matter.
Scrlpps-McHao League Telegram.
Washington July 5. A dispatch was received
irom Shaflcr this moMiing but officials refused to
make it public. It is said that Pan do entered San-
tiago despite Gracia's efforts to prevent him. Pan-
do had about fiOOO Gracia 8000 men. The news
caused greater haste in sending reinforcements to
Gen. Shatter. The 5th Ohio started for New York
this morning to go to Santiago on the St. Paul
under Gen. Guy V. Henry. The 0th Massachusetts
and Glh Illinois will embark from Charleston.
ANXIOUS TO BOMBARD.
Scrlpps-Mcltao League Telegram.
Siiionly July 4 ia Kingston July fi (0 a. in ) The men
at the front manning the batteries that frown down on Santiago
from the heights are eagerly awaiting the signal to begin bom-
barding. After the receipt of 1 he Spanish governor's refusal to sur-
render General Shafter decided that no lime should be lost in
carrying out the threatened bombardment. It is rumored that
reinforcements have reached Santa'go City and it will not be
surprising if the Spaniards made a sortie in the hope of dis-
lodging the Americans liom their position.
Scrlpps McUao Lcaguo Telegram.
"Washington July 5. The Central Cable Company announ-
ces that cable operators at Santiago have gone aboard the
Hritish gunboat. U. S. government today cancelled all re-
strictions on telegraph traffic except for Cuba PorloTtico.JIIny-
ti San Domingo and Jamaica.
START IS CONFIRMED.
IScripps Mcllae Lraguo Telegram.
Washington July fi. ---Consul Watts at Port Said reports
that the Spanish fleet lias started through the Suez canal.
CAMARA IN THE SUEZ.
Scrlpps-McUao League Telegram.
Pout Said July 6. The Spanish fleet entered the Suez
canal this morning.
Three torpedo boat destroyers will to sea being ordered to
ALPH0NS0 XII BURNS.
Scrlpps McKae League Telegram.
London July 5. A Gtbraller dispatch says that the auxil-
iary cruiser Alphon6o XII is on fire in the bay of Cadiz. The
vessel recently returned fvom the West Indies.
BRITISH SUBJECTS LEAVE.
Scrippi-Mcltao Lcaguo Tologram-
Kingston July 5. D spalches from the captain of the
British cruiser Pallas says he haR Liken from Santiago the
British consul Kamsden and 150 British subjects.
SAMPSON" IN" THE HARBOR.
Scripps-MoHac League Telegram.
New York July 5.--Journal's Washington correspondent
says a signal at Playo del ISsle shortly before noon reported to
General Greeley that Sampnon had entered the harbor of San-
tiago. The report is generally credited by the war and navy
Miles Will Leave Thursday
Soripps-Meltae League Tolegram.
Washington July 5. -General Miles now intends to go to
Santiago on the St. Paul from New yorlc He will probably
leave Thursday He ought to arrive at Santiago on Monday.
Sorlppa-MeUae League Telegram.
Madrid July 5. An ofllcial Ouban dispatch says that on
Juno 80 an Amerienn cruiser fired on the Spnnish gunboat
Niquero whose inachlueiy was damaged. Twenty-five shells
struck her hull and her guns were disabled. She was beached
and the crew escaped. A Santiago dispatch says tho casualtlc s
among men from Cervora's Jleet reached 71 killed and wounded.
Ofticinl dispatches admit the loss of two torpedo boit destroyers
Scrlppti-McIUe Lraguo Telegram
Chattanooga July HNo troops left Uhlbkamauga today
the order for tke departure of six regiment? for Charleston
being rescinded late last nlghf. It is believed they will leave
later in the week.
Glorious Natal Anniversary Fit-
tingly Observed In
Atlnnta Or . Julr L Tle Natkinwl fay
wan relebmtml In Atlanta for til flrM
tim Klnce th rlvll war Tit Amnnn
at rat lott was partlclpatm nt mMnthht.
when live annoMiirnneiit of Admiral
MaHiiwon'a cnralilnR blow t Hi Hneilali
Het wim convcyptl to Hmj .ripening trfty
In a Kcneral aJnrm by tl Ire department
nil th acreeechltiK of a aoore of loco-
motive In the railroad yartla. Till was
followed Inter by a fualbule of plaint
aliota ami can none which the enth mlant
cltlcetm eontlmietl for aome llme.T'ie city
wm liamlanmelY decorated the alate
lairitol ami ffovernor'a mnnwn bctui liv-
talily ilmpeil In the natlotMl onlorn for
tit flrM time In a ntmrter of century.
.Ml pbiee of huattieM were cloaed and
tlie hnllilay waa general.
There were Dag ralatnR at several fac-
torlea with aproprlnte cercmnidea.
DurltiK Die day n ptilille moetliiR U'ni
held nt the Columbia thentra nt uhlcli
the dealHratlnn of Independence wna rend
nnd nrflthma wero delivered by neveral
speaker of prominence.
Th Stwnlah prleonera at Kort Mel'her-
aon aaw the ralelng of the Amorloun flaa
and hoard the nation anltite of fort five
iru lie at hlRh nooon. Tho nftertmon Mna
Riven over (o ntheletlc eotileata utiJ Mtir
the aunaet gun wna Ural the renlmeulnl
lnil gave a rnneert tho day'i cele-hhlrtl-.ml
Theue.to.afleroo W Vi M M
lirntlnn winding up with n dliplar of lire
An order had lieen nlven that no fire
worka ware to le act off In tho llmlta nf
IInnli1lle Tenn. July t. Thouannda of
!eopte nttendoil tho ealelimtlon nt fin-
teimlnl expinltlnn imrk In the i-zeilren
of tho I'nuith nf July. Tho morning
train were eroutfed ullh vlittura ."Oiti
nclRhlinrliiK towns. A wolute w-ita fired
at dnyhroak and tho nattnnnl rolorn were
holHted nt tho atnle hnune. The oxjtoUm
nt nxpoaltlon pork oontlateil of idilroMoa
aporta of vnrlnua kinds nnd n Krntid enn-
eert tho program dmcliidlne wl'i u hrll-
llant display of Mreworka tonight.
News of Snmpaon'a victory wa. iti'Mv-
ed with enthualnam nnd Krfut crow. In
aurroutided the htillatln Ito.mU which
Iwd hoen erected on the Kround for their
HoUllr Ala . July I Kor the drat time
In forty-elRlit yenra Muhlle puhtlrly hon-
ored tlie Fourth of July. Hhe did It u
tinanlinoualy nnd with her whole aniil.
The city was den sled liitRlncaa wna
anaitendeil all tin- muutcliMil official and
civil aoelatlea turned nut and with the
bands of mualr Hairs ami a profusion nt
fireworks tuaile a tremoodona parade
followed by exorelaea lit Illonvllle winare.
Where orations on our united army nnd
navy were applnudml entlutalaatlealy All
Joined In aluglnK 'nverlon" and "The
Star SimnHled llanuer."
Vlckalturv. Miss. July i. Kor the first
time In thlrty-alx yenra tndeeudenee
day waa generally observed In Vlrkshura
While there waa no set proRram the en-
tire population white and colored united
In obaervlur; the day. Iluelnese ami of-
fice ware closed as wall aa In all public
olfloee. A detachment or tho Warren
llHht nrtlller; 11 red a aolute of Itl Rims
and hraaa I. 'nils played national and tat-
rlotlc airs. Tonlnht there waa a profus-
ion nf fireworks Mild a UIr demonstration
at tbe court house wtuare.
AT MUM I'll IB.
Memphis Tenn. July 4. The Rlorloua
fourth waa aetterally oxUbrateil In Mem-
phis. All courta banke and axelianves
were cloaetl and the day waa utven over
to the pleasure seekers. A "Pewey t'net
8am" celebration waa held at Jaekaon
Mound park In tlie afternoon and whan
the new from iiantlauo resonrJ herv
the throne eheered ami sheared. JOvary-
iMMly yelled for Pewey Rampant! ami
An admiral's aalute or thirteen Ritas
waa fired In Iwnor of Admiral fJaaip-
aon'a victory at Santiago.
Cured in Ono Night.
Charloa II. Couuelle I'.sq.. leading
lawyer of York Pa. aaya: "Your Jlra-
zilian Halm curoil me of one of the worst
colds I ever experienced in one night.
I think it the greatest medicine in tbe
market and you call use tuy name any
way you like.
To Care Cunitlpatlcin forever.
Take Cincareti I jnOy f'atttaruc tUocrtSo
It C C U. fu.t to nirt ilroKK'kU r (uuu tnonov
Most Torturing Disfiguring.
Of itrliing burning bleeding scaly (kin
and scalp humor Is luUi.lly rolieved
by a warm bath with (ithiba Hoxv
a Kinfle appliratiou of CiTuutx (oint-
ment) tho great skin euro and a full domi
of Cutii I'KA IlKi.VKNTgreoleat of blood
purifiers and humor euros.
Rkukdiks specUUjr. permanently and
economically cure when till else falls.
tMPLY FACES '"?$&'
Government Decides Not Force Reduction of Santiago I
til mil Preparation Is Made.
Bcripps-Moltao Lcaguo Telegram.
Washington July 5. At a cabinet meeting at noon
today Secretary Alger said he had received infor
million unofliclal advice that Pando had entered
Santaigo with 0000 men. It Is believed among cab-
inet oflicers that the city would not surrender and
It wap planned to postpone the bombardment until
arrangements were made for complete operations
between the army and navy. That bombardment
which should have begun at noon was postponed
because Sampson will be first rcquirct to force the
harbor and Shafter's troops will thereby be bene
lilted by a few days rest. President McKinley di-
rected Shafter and Sampson to hold a conference
today and lay planft for the future.
OF THE ROUGH RIDER
Scrlpps-McUao League Telegram.
Front Monday via Port Antonio July 5. Less
than three weeks at'o iiGH Kough "Riders landed in
Cuba. Of that number only .l.r0 are now lit for ser
vice the balance being killed or wounded.
Awful Storm At Santiago-
Bcrippo-Mcltao League To'egram.
Washington July H. Shafter's reports today are rati
blue lie says a terrific tropical storm raged in the vicinity
Santiago yesterday and last night making It impossible f
Sampson to enter the harbor until It subsides. Shafter severe
cnti7.es Garcia'a forces for allowing Pando to reach the clt
Congressinun llerry introduced a resolution thanking Adn
ral Schley for the destruction of Cervera's Meet.
(CopyrlKhtuU ks by the Asmiolntrd I'ros-i)
Off Jurnsua on hoard tho Ansoolatnl
Press Dlaimch Po.it Dandy Sunday
July 3 10 p. m via Port Antonio and
Kingston July I. -den. Bnnftor today K-
manded an Inntnnt and unconditional sur-
render of Santiago . Cuba.
The Spanish commandor curtly and em-
phatically refused. The American general
In sendlna 4iU dtiiuuul warned all foreign
resldenta nut of the city bi'furu 10 u'rl.xk
tomorrow morning July I ut which hour
the bombardiiH-nt he tmld would begin.
The only notice Hon. I Inures took was
that no Cubans would be iiermlitcd to
This evening Lieut. Col. Aaier of (Un.
flhafter'a staff won Informed by a cour-
ier that the HiuiiUii ki'ihtuIs ware cub-
slderlng termx r Hiirrcodcr The cour-
ier' report howeir Is altogether un-
confirmed and I UlKorclliml by Oun.
Tonight the men are anxious for A gen-
eral engagement on the F.mrth of Jjly
but the officers do not xpect II. The
general belief Is thut the criMhlng nf Ad-
miral Sampson ran enter the harbor an.1
tlie army and navy ran muki- a combined
attack on the clly It U believed thai
Oen. Hhafter will .imkc .i .l.iclslvw move
until that uuestloa Is dvttnlivly settled
Admiral Sampson and Oen. Hhafter lui.l
arranged lor a conference this mornliut
and an estort of cavalry was ot the iWk
bare awaltlog Admiral Sampson nnd hi"
staff. Admlr.il (". rver n ilash for III
arty compelled the New York to I. uve th.
harbor and rush to ih. ene of onfli t
The conference was Interrupted to wipe
out the Spanish fleet but will doubtless
Oen Pnndo with B (W0 reinforcements
reach d M.intlUKo at noon twluy Oen. Oa-
Uxto ll.in 1 1 r fuHliiK lo m ike an effort to
Stop him ilna tint the HMnlsh force
was too large for tilm to engage.
The army I half mad with delight over
the Hpiiii-.fi th t
i Has No Equal as
AN INFANT FOOD.
FREE on Application? '
HtwVtwx CoaotMjio MitK CaitK
Germany Very FresM
Trfindon July 6. The Honfj KotiK cor
sKtulent of the Dally Nowk B3)a
Tho triumphal Witry of the rclnfvirci
quadron Into Manila harbor win nurr
by an uiipbuant Incident for whMi t
(ierumiM wire r iiuiilble. Au ttic sh
ci me up the biy Mi. j were cloady fjllo
ed by th (1. rrnui warship Kalstrin A
gusta which had t. en criil-dntr. nbo
Merlvelee for foin. time. Tho imprcssi
xiven ever) one who watched lur was tl
li waa not onl in iking a close obscrv
tlon of the Amerl.. in forces Ijiit en J a
tiling to show both Americans and Sira
let i that aha reirantd nation will
must be reckoned with in tho proc
crisis. The feeling among both Knc't
anil Americana In tho hay i that Ot
many attitude aa aliown by thr-o mo
menta la highly reprehensible and an
thing hut respectful to the United Slate
Many German men haut ut M.itui i a
almost a much displeased by ttio Inr
dent as are the 1CiikH1i.
Te annexation ot mo l4adrme Islan
waa marked by a 1u.li. rou in. ier Ti
Charleston entered ir.. harbor f uaaha
and fired eeven kmih at tho f.n T
Korernor OunklnK tiil-i was a auiiifc Bc.
word that he r gr. it. .1 his Inahliliy ti r
mm It tin he was win ut powJ. r W ii'
informed Mmt 0 wna prison r vf wi
ii. Indignantly j.r..i. rir.xl. saytnK that
n itl no Idea thai w ir had brok. n out
n Aineriran itlz. n resldlrg lit t
' ir. was upMiiiiiti jirovUlunal vri'
r Mi.i Landrorits
Hung Kong Jul 4 Tlie Vnii.1 Snt
diapauh boat '.Ulro which .irn t I -early
this uiomi.tK fr..rn Tiivli. w li tl
report thai th m n. an tro ). orrlc
on June i r j rt i ehMi that AlmirJ
Dewey wh u the I..' left on July I wrf
plannliiK l .nt n k Murdla with ti flc
nud troops on Jul 4th
WAU ON DltUU PRICES
I will for the next TH IUTY DAY
give- apoeial prlous In
CiUKiUKTHBTS HAMUOCKM v
anu in tact ovuryimng In my atoi
reduced prices. I will elve smfT.
boat l'aint tor the money- In tba
world. Call and got prices.
RENFRI'S DM Xfftf
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