The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 44, Ed. 1, Monday, July 18, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFF.C.AU OHOAN OP OKLAHOMA DKM00.1A0Y-OFFI01AL 8TATK PArKR-OFFICK OK PUBLICATION. HARRISON AVHNUB.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY EVENING J FLY H "l8flfl
Are Necessary !
For the ?flleacy of a
prescription. That is why
tin- physician who carries J
his own medicines Willi him
ilocs not have such success
as those who send their pa- 3
YANKEESiND DlS .
mt rr r
I iiiits to us with prescrip -
2 Thfi CQfrlQ nnift- Otnrn
IIU E-liirllf III !lv rlSilin. cnufinn uiPirni p n... a
o-- "-Mj cniwj Luiirtiiu niunuLO nop. .
0. FORP PROP. RATES: $1 AND $125 PER DAY.
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
The Capitol is 300 feet from the Postofllce 200 feel from Opera
Houne in the cenler of Business and lias the Best Cyclone Ccl-
'.ii in utriniiomn.
bst Ice Plant.
Pure Crystal Ice
An" Distilled Water.
Our prices for this season will be as follows:
Ice in quantities of D00 lbs and over 85c per 100 lbs
Ice in quantities of 200 lbs and less than f00 lbs -10c per 100
Ice in qu uilittes of 100 lbs and less than 200 lbs 50c per 100
50 lhsJK Ice 25 cents. 2fi lbs of Ice. 15 cents.
12i IhWof lee 10 cents 0 lbs of Tee B cents.
1 Ono lb ice books containing 10 tickets 25 lb $5.00
2rt0 lb ice books containing 40 tickets 0 lb $1.50.
Distilled water 5c per gallon.
I PAUL JUNDT Manager j
By Dri.n king
"-' Tin- war lax on beerahme wil' place nii.iioO.ilOU an
nuallv in the war vans of our Uiule Sain.
OUR GLORIOUS NATION MUST BE PROTECTED.
('mlnbnli-your share by drinking the world's moist famous beer
Jiudweiser. Pure healthful invigorating. Made
from pure barley mall and hops.
R. W BLACK Torrltorlnl Ag't
E. A DOUGLAS
Who Will Optn a First-CIai
In Wullf ee A Mulls ' drug store Ih a
. . ..ib. tll MlniliiQra far Orel
in ui f 'iiiclural steel biii
i ii ;lie ' .. i.ip-r i.f to.lav a pus
Mi.ji.i 4i hi umly eiifiMiiig and
I H i it Hi ! I . Wirtl the b.l- .iei of
r ii ij; i i i louiiiug giuiii tl'Vi-
t ii. ' i. '. i luii.iul'ril Tlit etnU-
. ( I il ... ' ft i u- tur that cleave
i ull kMI "ul clumping fronts i.
I !. all fi'llll Will Ullilrl
l.v !-"' 'il U-i. pifhsps lfeitvl
in 1 1 ii 1 1. i.f i..U)
A i .f i u - . i. y.mit. .is ji j resent
j i; .11 . 'I IU I IK).I ' OJ to 6 -
i i a fci ' 'i'a r. uuiie r lif-m lr
Smn Heel eiavatnrs Having urovetl
lutxeattlul. icliltecu sl to work o
zirry the lile further with the result
that the Canadian Pacific railroad tuu
built at Fort William on Lake Supe-
rior and the Northern Steamship com-
paijy at Huffalo grain elevators with
a capacity of 30 000.000 bushels each
and it la not improbable that the laal
wooduu elevator has been built
WAureD To buy. fr spot oafch a
fpinall etore groqerUs or mixed stoaU
loaated apd Uolr.jj businoei in Okla-
homa. AaJrafcs D. I). 8.. 130 North
Utqporla'avenuo Wiuhits Kua 3t
Holding A Veritable Love Feast On
the Cuban Hills.
SHATTER IS BANQTJETTE.D
During din Coreinonios tho Aiiioricnu (loiioral anil Coriwnouil-
tin. nan-Dun inivoaii Aiiercnuoii In Whifli Dlmrs
Aro Kxrliatiatcd DostituUnn In Saiitlao.
Scrlpps McUne I.enfrno Tl -"ifrtitii.
Kantiago July IH. Sunday the lied Cross steamer State
of Texas entered the Sanliatro harbor. Immeilialplw nfi-t- n
-- wj uatk lilt
Spanish gitnboal Alvarez cameout Hying the AmeriiMii llaL'
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i ne American ami npuusn irooos arc liobr.nbhing on Ihe
A banquet was triven Gen. Shaflcr bv llTe 8n.iniii nniimri.
lies most o' the commanding officers being present. Tliere
AvaB abundance of water but eatables were scarce and the coffee
was exhausted before all were served. Ureat destitution pre
vails throughout the city. It Is reported lhal during the cere-
monies Gen. Shafter and Sylvester Scorelle correspondent of
the New York World became involved in an altercation during
which blows were struck. Scoelle has been arrested.
Statute for (Hailstone. j
S rtpiM.M lUr league
London. July 18 Thomas
Brook. It A. has licen com mis
stoned to drsiun n statute of
(Jlntlstone flir Wi-hI minster Ab
b y. Jm
All Lights aro Out.
S rlppn Mi H.ir U .If Hf
Madrid July IH -All coast
and harbor lights or the BaletU-
iol.indsh.ive been ordered exlin
" . v
imiTT1TIT ttninmnn "
frMMAL imum I
Sf 11 Pi la Pi I ii S Pi 1 ylj 1 1
llmro iMay hn A el ion Vt)t Yon
New York July IS. -The Hun
dispatches from Santiago says
that Shatters plans include the
placing of his army on the hills
ot Han .! ian; ovcrlookinif the
oily He awaits developments.
Gen Shafter may yet see action
a. (Jen T.uque lias 10000 men
Hint ug in Spuiii.
London July 18 A Madrid
dispatch snys thai riots have
broken out at liuelva. the ciipi
la! of liuelva rovince. The
mob shouted for cheap bread.
The Holers numbered 1000 and
sacked many residences. They
wore dispersed by the military.
Ilryau Tor Porto Kioo
Omaha July IH Bryan's reg-
iment left this morning for Jack
sonville Fla. Tl is supposed
that it will go to I'orto Itico
Accidont to Itcd Cross Stoamor.
Key West July 18. A Red
Cross yacht met with an arci
dent to her machinery th's
morning. Her cargo and pas
seugers will be transferred to
the first transport leaving for
Santiago. The Machias arrived
from Santiago today.
Troops Leaving for 1 1m I'hil
San Francisco July IH. The
transport Pennsylvania is
ready to start to the Philippines
this afternoon but she will pro-
bably wait until Wednesday.
The first Montana and I lie re-
cruits for the llrst California
embarked this morning The
South Dakota volunteers are
ready to embark on the Uio Ja-
niero and will sail Thursday or
Itonqimls lor Miullor.
Wasiiinuion. .Inly 1. I'reaident
Meivinloy mill Meurrtury Alf-r aeut
nnw.rit(' i coiiKruliiliufait inl grati-
tml.i to tltMi. Hhiifter for hi brllltnnt
m-liii-voiiioiith nt Hunlliinn
Siiiipressiiig War St nil.
S.:iipia Mcltui! I.i'iijfim
Maphiii July in Toilni'a utwapa-
pi' r 8 in f notii!Mibli'oiiinM.tiiiiitni lilunk
pliiveb in the columns an inilicittlon of
MiipriHhioiiH by tlie K''vi'iniiiut cvn-hut
Has bad Enough ot War and Is Anx-
ious to Return bonie-
IMMUNE REGIMENTS LEAVE
For KaiitiHgn to Do (bnrison Duljv-HattorieH To He Taken
From Cuba to I'orlo Itlcu ICf icIiimiilH Not AllVctcil lly
I'VrorloTnko Tart In I'orto lUcaa Campaign
Sorlppn MeRae Lcajruc.
Washinglon. July l8.-(;.. Miles wired the war d. pait
men! today thai the ('apron and Games batteries are not in
fected with fever and may be used at PorloIUo. AIsoth.it
our light batteries one brigatie of volunteers are stU on trans
ports and can be used. The surgeon generals information
shows that a number of rcgiuietii8..cainped on the hieji lulls
and may be used at Porto Rico as they are free ol lover
Gen. Shafter expressed a desire to return lmmu as soon as
an ofluer of sufficient rank is sent lo relieve )m. r ic n...i..i.f
that he will be permitted to start for home at the end of th.s ij
Two immune regiments were today ordered from San An-
tonio to New Orleans to embark lor Santiago to do prison
NOItTIIWESTKHN NORMAL AT ALVA
Hfi.'-l to Tho Oullj I. i.t i
Wont. w Aim. July l -Tho enriiiTHtoni of tho North wouUtii Territorial
noritiRl h-hooi wiun luhl to-day with inip.!. onr.-inoulpa under the nuaplcea
of the Krun.l lodjra of the A. V uui A M of tiuiiiho nn The weather ta
line and the town filled with people The Matures of the tiny were the
ftddreencf of 'IViiipli. llo.iRton Thomas li.iyle and tlnv. Ilarnea. Urand
Master IJamford of tliithrte hud ehnrir of Hip layliiff of til at one. The
follnwlntr program was ciinlcd out
Inroi-almn lty Ufy .'. Oyer.
Mimic -" Hail to the Chiuf" by the hand.
A.i.lr.-NS lty lion Chh1ii. M. Har.ie. iforerBOTpf OWfill.
Mum: lty the band
Ada:: !? L": H71;riu nMnhonia PMM a iton.
JSf2r:!!; ".VSimWAS''1 "mllM ' a)Mlnx-
Mnsio-lty the Aln Mala g.ii'tette.
Addreae lty Ite. K. W. Ilankeiuye-
Addrewi Hy lion Darl.l IC. Itoyd I'realdent Ur.iwtil ( Oklahoma
AdUreaa-lty lion. Thomas Uoyle. l-rry. O. T
Uecess for iuprtlou of tlio Imllillu.
IA II r II
Aunreas iiy lion
Addreaa lty Hon
A dl raw. Hy Judv
Addreait-Uy Hon. H. I. .lohiiiuiii
Muhlo-lly Hie Alfa Mnlu (Jutirtottf
AddrtHM lty linn. ) W. Viatnra.
Mtikiu-lly the Aim Mitlo Quiirtfltte.
AiJUreaa-lly Hon. 10. I). MurdaiiKli. IVeddent Udnt md N.r.nal School
Addieaa-lly mon. (k-orgo 15. Morrow. I'r.ifchlii.t A and M. Col lea.
Muhu- -Hy Urn Aln Mala (juarteLle
Laying of the Mono lty Urniul Mualtr li. M Itamford
Muaie -lty the liar.d
Oration lty Hon. TiMnple IleuaLoti
lltiiiiMllctioii lty He? iNuiie I'litUui.
' .!? ."11'H8b reUrr ot Hie Iwonl of sdnenUou.
" ' ' . mxy Wot" oonnty tiprliileileiit.
lie John G Tiiraney
I'roiinriitloiiH Am Now IYactlrally Coinploto And OnlurH For
Jloveiiionl. Am Kxpoetnil At Any Moiuont.
Horippe MeRtie rjane.
Washington July IH U is reported today Hint the Porlo
Kico expedition will bo embarked before next Sunday unless
Spain hues for peace. Preparalions are practically compleUd
Orders may bo issued any moment for the movement of addi
tional troops to the seaboard.
FORI! THOUSAND TROOPS FOB PONO 10.
(Iniirml Wilson's Hrigatlo of Vnluntoora Will Forma Part of
tho I mulling Foroo.
Seripps M sitae League.
Washinglon Ju'y Ih At the close of the war board meet
ing at 1 o'clock today it was hitiuwled Hut the board discussed
the Porto Rico campaign Movement of troops will begin a
oon as transports are ready. Jl is reported that IO.iXnj troop-
will be eut. owiug to the difficulty expected in taking San
It was decided tliU fternx.i that titn Wilfton' bng.nle ol
volunteers shall take part in the l.i to l!u an nr aston Tin:
camp at Fa in pa i to be moved on account m malaria. It U
probable that the regiments there miy go to Purto Rico as
easy as to any other camping place
31 in iny Catastrophe.
Serlnps Mtitae League.
London July 18 A dispatch frqm Olalwlts Pruseian Sil-
esia reports the death of 21 workmen in a mine accident today.
61'AINAND niltOARMSr OAUSh.
III. NtrilRClo Tliut l (IuIiik nil
Itefore IMS Spain was oiw of the
reat powers. IbHwten 1S31 and i76
tkere were set unity thirty HRlit robel-
IIouh. rhsnes of Rovernmant snd eoup
t'eUt. says the fortulhtly Review.
Hlnra 1U3 Spain has declined la tn
Acale of nations and mw ranks as lit
tie mors than n third rste power. A
gloi Ions tribute. Indeed to the wisdom
of Interfering with the eeltlsd suecos-
sion. In order to understand the pre
ent i-ondltlou of Spain we have only to
rsd toe daily papers. Ob the one
hand in Madrid we see titular ov
or!. struggling Ineffectually with au
empty treasury to stavo off bankrupt-'
ey mahlns futile attempts with u dli
credited army to subdue bis rebellion
T DC PflOTiSDrn
DwiUi I UL UHMUlinj
BEFORE SPAIN WILL YIELD.
Haw tho I'oat'n Flirty Atlvoia'cs Nave Ihilnyr d tho War 3)cm
ocratif .llonilmrltDvlAns lliu SI t nut Ion
Huiipps Moltne League.
Wusbingtoii July IS.-Santiago has fallen but Ihe Spanish
llag still waves over Havana and the ant-peace policy follow
ing claim that the end of the war in nearly as far olT as ever
Democratic statesmen wb early in the struggle called loud
ly for action and urged an allack on Havana still contend that
the capital city of the "J land long ago would have been In
the possession of the United Stales had not the ponce parts ad
voeates aided by the president insisted upon a peaceful block
"When Ii.iv.iui is cnpliiied the Fulled States can look for
offers of terms ol peace" said a dennniatic member ..f congress
who was an active anli peace parly man ' Plan ami hiv tn
tire force could have been captured twenty Imir Innirs after the
war was declared if the Hamia F.lktns. rowd bad not had mm
stock deals on hand.
A peaceful blockade gives the i.pnianls an opportunity to
gel ready to kill Amei icausaml more Mood mud I. shed i-iore
peace is declared
"Havana could havehcen raptured with less l of life than
has taken place at Santiago and il Hie demorratu side of the
house had had its way Hlanco would now lie a prnonei and
Santiago San Juan and all other places wanted would hat
been surrendered without many shots being Hied and without a
wholesale exposure to the ravnges of yellow fever
"A war cannol go on without a bead. It is an i asy matter
for Hlanco. Wx mile away to play the hero ami tell the poor
fellows lo lit'lil lo the Inst.
"Take Havana and there will be no need of bloodshed at Ma
lanzas (Jienfuegos. Trinidad Cardenas and other points '
General Duffleld Striken
With the lellow Fever.
ttertppe Mcflse lmgnB 1'eleifi-ui.
Waaltingtou July Is -The tint captured battle Uag ie.ulic.1
the war deparlment litis morning it was captured at Jura u i
site June 2;i.
A telegram this morning stales that Iirig..Oen'l. Dudield
has the yellow fever and is at Sibouey hospital (.euerti Hui
Held commanded the 0th Mass. .'Wd and JLU Mnh. vohmtc.
Smokeless Powder In the Future
Heripps MoKae League Telegraoi.
Washinpton. July H. The navy in the future will u;.
smokeless K)wder. Volunteers will aUo have stnolioless Vn
der tor small arms. Kvery effort is being made to oxpedit Hn
manulai ture ot the powder.
A llridkl JtnilkrliUr.
A tourUlng and jioetlcsi custom pre-
eolonlea and relying ujion martial Urn slls iu the webt-Tyro. when a
to crush eirll anarchy which. I It re ! young maiden is about to be uarrisd
membered U ever the result of hd Innuedlaltily before she steps across
Eowrnmont inromH-tent and tyran- tDn tbroshold of her old home ou her
tilc.il police srd epe ially of cerrujit I lo "" ph""B. her mother soleniu-
llnaiic.. und of taxation preasiug too ly glv' e ber a new pwket handkerchief
hi ml on the lM l-4at able to bear 1 he bitde holds It In ber band through-
It tin the other hand. In Venice wi out tho u'arTlliK ceremony using it
ike the king waiting uutll the morniit i to wl wy "w '''- As soon as
shttll srrlit for bun to make hi nual lh' "IrrU festivities are ended th
mhiv io 4f In .outiir from iM 'uim wifu lays the handkerchief !'
with a hn h ti:e uui-en r. k. ni h.n ..io.a4 t "r l'"-" closet snd there It remain
Judj Ii cm ton w II spenkattu pub
lie iqunre in Ibis city July -.'!
i. .tilf anet.'e tn i wjic
ltndon IIhim .'retett.
Lonimix Ajm-II - The Times pro-
Ul nil tor Ially aKunut the intention
attribule.l to tho L'nttd hutte to cut
u long as she lives. Nothing would
Induce a Tyrol m a wife to u this ea-
ered hkadkrehMf. It may be halt a
century or lunger before it is taken
from its idace to fulfil the second anJ
last part of its mission. When the
wife diss perhaps as a gray old grand
mother the loving hand ot the next-
at.ui.le tl..ojilnrf to Kngliah soiiiim-' of-kln plr the bridal handlwrehlet
ulna and cxpr-es tho hope that ovor the face of the dtMid and It 1st
America wilt nut iteiubllsh so evil n burled with her In uio grsve.
precedent which might bo held by
Spain to justify the cutting of any
canto landing on American boiU
Smkillir ttrllUn baptUed a larb'e
orabex of c juvcrU Sunday
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