The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 62, Ed. 1, Monday, August 8, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF OKLAHOMA DHMOORAOV- OrFILIAL MlATK FAPHH-OFFICtt OF iMJULIGATION IIAHMI30N AVBNUB.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 8 1898
PAINT YOUR HOUSE
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With ACME HIGH GRADE
Pjiat. The cost of paint cannot
be fl t e 1 on the basis of tho
firicr y-r gallon as cheap paint
asU from a few months to a
year while the ACME tltUiI
OltAR Is guaranteed to last flvo
y ars. Only 81. 35 a gallon oth-
ers ask SI 05 for same jrade.
Full lino of 1.ml Oils and
WHITE-WIS GED PEACE.
Spain Says She Was Compelled to
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EDYrt 1ICH0LS Prep.
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jcjUnD fipTfipf frpl 1751 fral fral irai ra rsi ra it
Latest Styles In
fall and See Tlrm.
118 W Okla. Ave.
The War tax on beer alone -will place $30000000 annually in the
war jeans of our Uncle Sam.
T BE PROTECTED
Contribute your sh.ire by driukin? tin world's famous beer
Bud-Reiser. Pure healthful invigorating-. Made
Frc m pure barley malt and hops.
R W. BLACK. Territorial Agont. Guthrlo
E. A. DOUGLAS
Who Will Open a First-Class
In Wallace A. Mullu's drug store In a
Blue Blbbm Bohemian
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Pabs Malt Extract
The Best Tonic not Intoxicating.
PABST ICE PLANT
PURE CRYSTAL ICE
CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER.
TEL. NO. 5 PAUL JUNDTg'r x
HER ANSWER ON THE WAY
TheKli.gd in of Alphonso Camiot Oiseups Proposals Hut Only
Accipls TJiom Hocnuso Forced In Do So She Loaves
Cuban Debt to bo bottled Ily Commission.
New York August 8. The Journal's Madrid special says that
Spain's answer accepting the United Stales' terms oi peace
was sent to Paris last nigh. It says that Spain cannot d suiss
proposals and only accepts lliem because she U compellel by
force. She leaves the Cuban debt to be settlel by commise-icners.
CUBANS GETTING RIOTOUS.
They aro Nobblt g IIqiIIoh oI'IIih DomI and Claiming Tliul Ev ry-
thing In Cuba Heloi gs to tho New Republic
Hy W 1. King Jr HtalT Correspondent Serlpps-Mctttui Iiettf.ue.
Snntiag August".- The Cubans are rlaiinirg everything
insight. Thoy claim that not only Dip land belongs lo the
Cuban n public but the personal property ol private nliaeiiH
fruits his orchard c.ittli- vcgrtdLilft furuittue. everything f
least value is claimed lo be a part l Uie n. te nblic. The
Cubans have even robbed bodifB ot the American dead. Mv
personal experiences in interviewing 500 Cubans in the interior
convinces me they are n bad lot though I came here in full
sympathy with them. They consider themselvt s swindled out
of their rights by being prevented to sack c tpturcd cities. They
steal borsrs ard anything else thy can. The Spauiards are
a bad lot and the Cubars aie wore
EXPECT AN ARMISTICE.
Navy Olllcials Aro Planning Willi Th .1. Kml In Vlo' Spanish
Paper Presents Fnsli DlllleulMes.
Scrlpps McRao League.
Madrid August 8 1 p. in 151 Liberal's noon edition ny
of Spain's reDly to the terms of peace : "Certain. passages
may result in an exchaogp of cablegram of n crit'ca.1 nature
possibly creating fresh difficulties."
.Scrlpps Mcllau league.
Washington August 8. At noon nothing had been leceivcd
at the state department to indicate that the French ambas-
sador Cambon had received Spain's answer lo the psace terms.
Ofllcials of the navy department expect that an armistice will
be declared the last of this week and are making plans iu that
lo Sail Wednesday
San Francisco August 8.
Senators Cullom and Morgan
and Congressman Hitt compos-
ing fie Hawaiian commission
will sail next Wednesday on the
Mariposa for Honolulu. Prof
Pritchett chief of the coast and
geodetic survey accompanies
them. Tney will organize sur
veys at the principal harbQr.
Day to Hesigu.
crlpps-McRae League Telegram.
Washington August H. Sec-
retary Day declines to discuss
the report that he is to be one
of the peace commihs'OTers and
later retire from the cabinet.
Several months ago Day wanted
to resign but changed his plan
at the recpuest of the president
because the Spanish war was
Catarrh Cannot be Cared S.dier Pobbtd and Hai'ged
rtXOCAI APPLICATIONS a they cansot ' Beripps-MoRae League Telegram.
retch U seat of toe diaeaat. Catarrh is a blood ( Tamnn Amrnsr K Th. hnA
crrtsuUUrtfooeldiaea.e andln order to cur I J amPa. AUkUst . I lie body
it you tout uk interui remeuiei. iiir ot bergeant Koefller 13th U. S.
CUrrh Ouio U taken internlly and ct iii'antrv was found banrrlnfr
Air.eUy on th blood and raucoui lorUet.. I V V ' iOUOU Hanging
JP 0Urxh Cur it not aouaek medicine. It (leal here yeaterdaV. It Was
waa prefcribrd by ono o( tba bet phyilelaniko J """
thlycounuy tpr ytm.and U a nUr pr8. JJrst believed to i SUicide but
erlptlon. It la composad ol th bet tonic B" vmv "ul-
known coroblnedvrlth the bet blood purinery devel0pment3 today indicate
rirtect combination of tho two InyredlenU ie that Koefller was nnlsnnfrt fni-
btproduceaauchwondertolreululncurlnrW """ l Wat poibonea IOr
fviirrfa. Mj.ni fnr lj..llmnntala. free.
i' J. CUKNEY& co.. Prop Toledo O.
money and h's body then bang
Urigbdii r General Poland
Dies at Ashoville.
Ahheville N. C August 8.
Brig. Gen. John S. Poland who
was brought here last week ill
with fever contracted at Chick-
amauga died this morning.
Wreck or a Fassongr Train.
Bo&ton. August 8. The spe
cial mall train on the New York.
New Haven & Hartford was
wrecked at Canton Junction thi
morning. The eniiieer aod
two flremeu were killed and five
mall clerks seriously injured.
The switch failed to work.
to Cure Cuntttpatlou ruearcr.
Take Caacareti Candy Catharlla 10c or tto
UO.oa tall to cure. druitsUre rcfuod mocot
aurVoar UoweU With Cuvcareu.
Candy Cathartic cure eonitlpatloo forevtr
iOa.tSc. ItauO raUdruKgUutioamoor
(tough Itideis to
New York August 8. The
0th U. S. cavalry arrived at
Jersey City this morning and
immediately wont to Montauk
Point It is expected that the
Hough Hiders will arrive Fri
Troops Coming Homo.
Santiago. August 8. Steamer
Vigalencia sails tonight with
1.500 Infantry. It Includes Gen.
Ames and staff the Sixth and
the . Thirteenth regulars. To-
morrow the regulars and part
ol the Seventy-first New York
Tampa is Vacated.
Scrlpps McRub Lagu Telegram.
Tampa. August 8 The move
ment to Montauk Point from
hcie Is finished; 450 rough riders
leaving this morning. The only
troops remaining here are those
booked for Porto Hlco. Three
transports are uow at the docks
loading them. They may lie
ready to tail tomorrow. Four
Otlierd will be released from
quarantine today aud be ready
to follow oon.
Curson Han Aeccpltd
Tho I ml inn J oil.
Hcrlpps-McKoe l.eujfun Teleyrain.
Loudon Aug t h - The IOse-
uiug Nvwssay t'tat Curz u has
accepted tlie ofiiic ol . iceroy of
S glial xperthUo
to Porto Hlco.
Jerippe Mcltae League.
Chait.inooga Aug 8 Signal
corps expert telegrapher lei t
thi morning for Newport News
tn route to Porto llku
TKLEUIl iPllIC NEWS NOTES
Vimve Auf $- MurnltiR - tlen HrookrH
aiHnnci- guard rntprrd Uunmu )pt'r-
utter a ahnrp Kklrmliih In vihkli ne
rnl on both lili were wounded.
The flpanHh force at nuj-ama numbor-
Inr flv hundred were driven back toward
Oyey. with the toe of one kltlod and
two wounded. Of the Amerlcnni pri
vate Oonlnn. Waloolt and ItetT- of the
fourth Ohio were wotirrietf none fatally.
Oen. Ilulnea occuplea the town. MJ
Klaaler. while reoonolterln laxt Hlht
ran Into the enemy's ptokete atvX waa fir-
ed upon. Thirty shots were flrexl but no
one was Injured.
Knoavllle Tenn u. . The elrh-
teen year olo daughter of J. M. C. Howell
a prominent rltlaen of this county waa
raped tonla-ht by a ner brute who sub-
sequently cut her throat serered lier
nnreni from her hand and otherwise bu-
tchered her body In a terrible manner.
Th nearo Is now belna; pursued by po-
lice and deputy sheriff from this cMy.
TltOO! IOH TO11TO nXJ.
Jaikaonvllle P"la. Au .-Orurs have
been received lor the first North Carolina
rectmeot In camp here and the Drat Al-
abama and second Tea regiment now
at .Miami to ootmnnhvM wtUi Oen. Wade
at Washington and to hold ehteetsvnilnn
at WaatiincMi anfl to hold themselves
In readneas for an early departure for
TUR FAarBST 4-THAH OLD.
Portland. We. Ausj. l-i HuaUy J'ark
today the ireMIn JJloe eon of (he !.-
wi Arlon. made a record ot I-H. maklns
him the fastest 4-yenr-old of the yem
anil the first of the Arlon to et Into the
I l Ust.
VOLtfWTBBIU TO SAIL
New Torn. A. a-Tlte first itlm.mt
V. H. volunteer fi Sneers will anil earty
tomorrow morainn for Porto Hlco In th
thus cninr mabtbu. at aiimr op
THR ORKOOK SHOOTS HIMSBI.P.
Playa Pel Bate AjJ l-The marine
camp Sere was broken up on the after-
noon of Au. t ami the marine hatalllun
was transferred lo Die auxllllary cruiser
Reftolute Tor service service In other rls
of Tuba. The main body of the Heel wfll
remain hre ready for any kind of service
awaiting orders from ..Washington. The
idea rather gains ground that the nav
active part In the war la nearly over.
Chief waster at arms CJrata. of tlw bat-
tics blp Oregon committed suicide yester-
.lay hy shooting.
The Scorpion has arrived from Clenfue-
os. UeuC Commander Marlx otnl)ri
the previous reports of starvation In this
xectkin of the coast.
Ueut. Marls said that naval cadet
Combs who has not yt graduated hut
Is doliur duty on the Scorpion Is down
with malarial fever. While the Scortrioa
was oft Monzanlllo with the tctiiirature
at Ut degrees "general iiuarters" wa
sounded suddenly. Cadet Cotnlw nislied
from his sick Imm! to his station Btaik
naked but with Ills sword buoklod around
his waist. Tills plucky youni; orfleer will
have to be sent Imitte to rtteuimmte.
STOCKS UVVU itSCm-V AMKHICAN
WHICil IIOS1S IIA'IDI.V.
New York Aug. 1Bvenlng Iosts Ion-
don Financial cablegram:
The stock market here was quiet and
dull today except for Americans wiilch
after ues)ing below the parity raptdl
advanced and closed quiet at the beet
Trading here la both on New York ac-
count and on the part of Btmlkm buyers
the general eUoiiosUloH at tho msmeni
and as prompted by the press. Miik tt
operste for a moderate lime lu Amert-
nn lluyers bre are generally ad-vlM-d
however to take short profits
Orand trunks were good also. Tin
strength In Argentine's continues but
Uraslilun and Kriitfusy bond weee lower
The rlne In Spsulsh MKUrltlee eonUnuee
It Ik mainly due to purchases for IlK
PsiIh beur account The IamloM rate for
short miiK ih i i The future of the aaoney
market l moat uitcartslo. The tendanc)
at 11m inoiiiient la downward but the
nhrewdeot and in. mi esuliOttf quartr
look nuher for mm sdvaaoa Uaj a fur
ihn fall In money rates
TIIKV Dli NOT AbVANCC
itiiimixii Aus t -HiK-tary Al(tf
atdies tliul tlwt infurwsllua reahd hint
li u.at ttoie were rSteliUMttotg flr-
( uiiistaJK -i Ifl Oi t-M-le of lllinet triNip
r ili li Ni Vxrk rt-gliiitti-4 a.. ub-J
in i.. o I-. ut. r.jiort of itut advancing
j.i.mpi to tin- iik on tinltexo. Men
r-turntug from ekuMlago Imvo MM Us
H4 iary that the trregulaxity oeeumd
imM tl.i- it Uo ami confusWn of the open
In ul Uie engagwneitt wiiea the eaemy
ku directing a. huavy fire aalast this
O...HI ut our lliieH wlr a number of our
trvtp huiMl WUtk iwur ggna In.
eti-ad of the more serhiewbte Krue Jor-
Proud Havana Is On the Very Vergi
GAEDENAS TO SURRENDER
Governor (i nenil Hlanco Says tho Powers Forced Spsln ta
Dlrgraeel'iil Peaco Adds Tliat Havana Will Uo ttlren
(iter to Americans and Cubnns.
Sorlpps Moltae Loaijiio Tolefram.
Washington. August 8. Official word has reached Wash
ington that Governor-General Blanco has issued a proclamation
of amnesty in which he says that Spain was forced to a dis
graceful peace by the intervention of the powers as she was
uuab'e to fight the world after the present war. He says that
Havana will be given over lo the Americans aud Cubans. To-
day Il'anco released 150 Cuban political prisoners and promises
amnesty to all. He suggests that the Cubtns be forgiven as
they are no longer cons deml et emies. and no unkind feeliuifs
will be cherished.
Mcrlptxi Mcltne l.on-nie Ttilt'ifram
K-y West. August n I uteuant Newcombe ol Hudson
says Carden..s is ready to surrender without a atiuggls. The
people offered lo send to Hndsoc the expeit who placed the
milieu in the harbor. The people are on the verge of starvation.
Three hundred Spaniards who were left to guard the town have
gone into the i ilerior to search for food.
..GTJINALDO HAS RELENTED
'I ho Insurgent Chief llecoint-H More Tractable and Auks That
Homo Utile (Hory Ho (liven lllin.
JUrJpU-MUt I Kami.'
Manila Hay August 2 via Hong Kong. August 7 Agul
iitildo. the Insurgent chief is becoming more friendly to the
Amci leans. lie lias made two propositions to Gen. Merritt
which may solve the insurgent problem lu a manner highly
advantageous lo the Uniied States.
In the flrtt place he asks the commander-in chief oT'tli..
Amrican land foices lo permit the rebel troops to march
through the streets of Manili when the city surrenders. Gen.
Merritt appears inclined to consent to this It would gratify
the vanity of the natives to let them indulge in what will seem
lo them a triumphal march as victors through thu capital of
the eiiemy they have been successfully combating and besieging
since the wiping out of Montejo's Jleet. At the same ttme the
native troops being thus arrayed in line and under direct
orders mny be more easily controlled and prevented from
In the second place Aguinaldo suggests the formation of
Philippine reg ineuts with American officers. This is consid-
ered a highly important proposition a possible key to the
whole situation throughout the islands The native troops
would thus be constantly under the eyes and direct orders of
our men. It is believed that they would be obedient and easily
controlled under tactful commanders.
The American troops now occupy the trenches in front of
Malale a suburb of Manila which were constructed by Agul-
imldo. The rebels withdrew to lit our men take their places
close to the Spanish linos. The Aator battery supported by a
battalion of the Third Infantry is now in position at the front
its guns bei"g planted within a thousand j arils of the Spanish
Fathers Dougherty and McKinnon the former being on Gen.
Marritfs stall have gone t-j M mlla to have an interview T?ith
Archbishop Nosaleda of the archdiocese of the Philippines
and to point out to him the futility of resistance to the Atner
IT SHOWS HIS MARINW
TO BE IN
WsshlnElon Aug (.The serretsry of
i he navy tmilght made public the follow-
ing telegram from Admiral Hamimon
rtaya. A g 6 Me -The marine naial
Horn Is iu eacvlivirf aoaliii Sl k lli num-
twrw m.i per cent Fleet urs-un r porta
that they are lu belter condition f-i --i
vice In thU climate than tn " tn
Aral eriltvd wuth in J urn- ii-u!th r
the squadron t iJuaiiataiidiito f.m
good Skk lint mmthera about I .. r i . i i
ileiier tl Ioim of health of 1 1..- M. om
panli liai till ii coi.kliln jbi
fur seven momt.x and three month tn a
Secretary Kong aiated tknlght that It a
the purpose of the department lo ordvr
north tbvee hlM Mblch are not rqutre4
for blockade as soon as the exit-emits of
the war will permit
Itrnl of J il 'I U lioetl
lo Hi.- pi. l ill in of 411) "ll
pruLMli) itue i the releaau
in. - lo
U i..t .)u.
. I. il i
fi mi the
strata and coastuM elfort unii r wldch
they o long llxed ami o IliU w. I ably
sore than rij ottKr u'i l ttue their
oiii.wlml luipuliiu i . i . -1 . . i . l j not
think K uetary to nd Hit muiiae va-
tmiou iioitli. '1 hu iirKH lw kvrne
their privation la a manner bevont
priit- llioi or thrir lii if iik axlio..
IuUi.t relief fT k n tortured tables a4
teat f'r tireit n :lii-n ut a warm bath with
t'l Til i u bi4i' anil a tingle application Of
I'itkh mx (oiuuuem) the grrat tklo curs.
The ouly iyviy aud tMouomical traatineat
fur tubing iMirniu tiletidlue aoaly and
pimply buuiors of lbs sau scalp and blood.
a. - t
ii tS IkMtM
C ; HusMsr wtJwel fr-.
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