The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 82, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 31, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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FOR THE BENE-
FIT OF THE SICK.
Drug stores are for the
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CONFINED WITHOUT TRIAL
For Nino Years Released by Americans Aulnalilo Issues
Another Proclamation Mo Reference to Undo Sam.
Manila August 31. Aguiualdo has issued a proclamation
asking the powers to recognize the Philippines as an Indepen-
dent power. No reference is made to the United Statos In the
proclamation. Thirteen hundred prisoners found in the pris-
ons of Manila are being released by the Americans as their cas-
es are investigated. Several have been confined without trial
for nine years.
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YOUR CHOICE OF TOE
English ladies chooso round toes
for tholr boots American ladles
prefer the toes that point but
tho noint we mako Is In both
round and poin'ed toes and tho
fact thai wo nirnisn newer
styles bettor goods and give per
feet satisfaction for less money
than any othor dealer.
The War tax on beer alone will jilace $30000000 annually in the
Avar eans or our uucie oam
OUR GLORIOUS NATIOH MOST BE PROTECTED.
Contribute your share by driuking the world's famous beer
Uudwciser. Pure healthful invigorating. Aiaac
From pure barley malt and hops.
R W. BLACK. Territorial Agent Guthrlo
Beauties of naturS lie all around and about
us as we travel on along the pathway of
life. Mny journey from the cradle to the
grave without observing. There is no ex-
cuse for this when you have two good eyes
and very little when you haven't because
poor eyes can be made perfect by our
scientitic adjustment of glasses. Tjis is
our speer lty. Come in aud lt us aid you
in observi g the beauties of nature. Exam-
. A DOUGLAS.
In WhIIju'i A: Mulloi'' Drug More
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Strike Crisis Is Approaching.
Pana 111. Aug. 81. Several hundred miners are hurrying
into Pona from all directions to assist in the removal of the
negroes. Violence was only avoided last night by the determi-
nation to await the action of the state mine inspector today re-
garding the closing down of the mines. The sheriff has con-
siderably strengthened his force of deputies in anticipation of
some serious disturbance.
Pana 111.. August ?1 - -The situation is like a powder mill
threatened by a match -wOo miners are rendezvoused here
armed with Springfield tides The sheriff has 7ft deputies
awaiting the opening of hostilities. The imported negroes are
asking to be armed Everything that could give shelter is
cleared for 800 feet from the mouth of the mine.
V. 11. Lillio t Co. recolved last week
tho largest consignment of school
books ever shipped to the territory in
THREE QUEER CITIES.
Each Ons It llullt on I.lunrii Connected
by Mauy rtrldgat.
Tho city of Ghent in Belgium ia
bnilt on SO islands. Those islands are
connected with ooch othor by faO
bridges. Thooity hna 800 streets and 80
pnblio squares It is noted for txjiup the
birthplaco of Charles V uml of John of
Gnnnt 'whom Kluikespexre rnlleil"tiui
honored Lancaster. ' ' mid as tho scon of
tho pacification of Ghent Nov. 8 1670
and of several insurrections sieges and
executions of well known personagex. It
is associated with American history by
tho treaty mndo tliero Doo. 24 1814
terminating tho second war between
England and tho United States known
as the war of 1813.
Amsterdam in Holland is built on
piles driven far below the water Into
the cartk. Tho oity is intersected by
many cnunls which are spsuued by
nearly S0O bridges and resembles Ven-
ice in tho mingling of land and wutoi
though it is considerably larger than
that city. Tho canals divide tho city
which is about ten miles in circumfer-
ence into 60 islands.
Tho oity of Vcnlco is built on 80
islets which are connocted by nearly
400 bridges. Canals sorro for streets in
Venice and boats called gondolas for
carriages. Tho bridges are as a rule
very steep rising comidorably in tbs
middle but havo easy stops. Tho cir-
cumference of the oity Is about eight
miles. Tho Venetians joined tho Lom-
bard Loagno against tho German em-
peror nnd in 1177 gained n great vio
tory in defense of Popo Alexander III
over tho Hoot of war vessols headed by
Otto Fon of Frederic Barbarosaa. In
gratitude for this victory the pope gave
the Doge Zluni a ring and instituted
the world famoos coremony of "Venice
Marrying the Adriatio Sea." In this
ceremony the doge as tho chief ruler of
Venice used to bo termed with appro-
priato ceremonies dropped a ring into
the sea every year in recognition of
the wealth und trade earned to Vuic
by tho Adriatic.
SOLD TO A SHIPPING
Kingston. Jamaica Auc 30 The oa
Of the Cubftn filibuster steamer Bermuda
ha been eleeed -with the sale of the ves-
sel Intact ae she It lying at Port Antonio
for 111500 to a shipping firm of this ettjr.
In behalt oC her Boston ownere.
HI Reno Star: The funeral of eherln
John Morgan Canon Who vrae held In the
Rock Island M E church and hie re-
mains were laid to reel In the ottf ceme-
tery. It waa the largest funeral -
halil In the oity. The cliurli would not
hold nil who ilwdrtHl to attend and the
funeral prooeaalnn eunalatetl of nearly
one hundred carriages. The drv4ce
were held at t o'clock yesterday after-
noon and were conducted by Itev. Job
Ingram of Kingfisher obapllan of the Ok-
lalioma battalion at Fort lteno.
TWO DEATHS AT l'OHT MYISR.
WflslilnKlon Aug. lb. Two more ol-
dlere patients In the im hoepttal at Ft
Myer have sucotimlHMl to typhoid fever.
They are private John A. Itoyd ninth
Maseaohusetts and George Nell atxth
11Mrl5M.N nHOHl'h OK HHAWNHrJ
SHOOTS A TOUQH CHAKAd'EIt
Slmwnoe Okta. Aug. 30 $S. (Spcolal by
Telephone.) Iant night about 12 o'clock
Policeman Groliul attempted to placo un-
der arrest Kid Mlllor a tough cltlten of
Shan'neo ami In tho meele shot him In tha
thigh Innicttng a wound from which be
will not recover.
Kid Miller Who Is n tough citizen got
Into some trouble Sunday night but the
officers failed to arrest nnd hold him.
I-aat night policeman Grohul located Mil-
ler In a saloon and started Into tho room
to make the arrent. As soon as the po-
liceman stepped Inside the doer Miller
pulled at 41 and commenced to shoot. Offi-
cer Oroliul alee pullrtl his gun and at the
first shot put a ball through Miller's loft
The doctors nro now trlng to locate the
bullet. Mlllor Is In a very weak condition
and may die at any momont.
A man by tho namo of Mecki has been
arrested at Tecumsoh charged with the
murder of Davis Campbell tho colored
man who was waylaid and murdered on
last Wednesday night. Moro arrests will
follow In a day or so.
FEVEH AT FRANK! IN.
A THIRD CAHIS IlHPOHTHD 1IY
Austin Tex. Aug. SO. Assistant health
officer Daniels today received Information
that a third ouso of yellow fever had ap-
peared at Franklin I.O. tho victim being
the physician who watted on tho case of
Hobeon who whs the first person to de-
elop the fever at that point this season
with fatal results The nurse also died
Dr. Daniels also received Information
today that the fever Is raglnE at Tampleo
Mexico in a virulent form 76 per cent of
the eases having been fatal.
SHELDON FllOAI ALASKA.
WAS THERE ON EDUCATIONAL AND
Seattle Wash . Aug 10 -Dr Sheldon
Jackson United Statea commissioner of
od uea lion for Alnaka arrived hero today
from St. Mlclmel on the steamer Roan-
oke. Dr. Jackson returns from his annu-
al Inspection of the government schools
ami reindeer etatlons on the shores of
Itortng sea. The second week In August
waa epertt on the coast of Siberia where
be was aucceaaful In securing and trans-
porting to Alaska 100 mltl head of domes-
tic reindeer which were sent to Canu
Prince to replace the heard which was
taken last winter by the government.
Blue Ribbw Bohemian
Pafesi Malt Exlraot
The Best TerQc not Itntoilcatlng.
THE DUNKERS' LOVE FEAST.
PABST ICE PLANT
PURE CRYSTAL ICE.
CHEMICALLY PURE DlSTlLuED WATER.
TEL NO. 5 PAUL JUNDLmg'r
CHANDLER. O. T.
Feat Walking tha Oreut Soppttr ad tha
UU of IVaos.
"Tho most important and tho most
beautiful cu'.tom of the Dunkers is their
lore feast which thoy celebrate in com-
memoration of tho Lord's supper after
the manner of tho primitive Chris
tians" writes Clifford Howard iti de-
fied bing the cuctoms of tho Dunkers of
Kphrata Lancaster county Pa. iu The
Ladies' Home Journal.
"The celebration is held at nightfall
and begins with tho rite of feet waih-
ing Ju Imitation of the act performed
by tho Master at tho last supper when
he washed tho feet of his dlsoiplos
Small tubs of lukowann water aro
brought in and thooo about to receive
the ordinance remove their shoes and
stockings. Tho brothers then la turn
each one girding himself with a towel
wash and dry one another's feet the
sisters at the bam a time doing likewise
among thomsalves in their part of the
"After this follows tho supper the
feast of love which is spread ou long
tables and consists of lamb soup and
bread and otliw simple viands. It it
talon in devout solemnity and rever
ence. c the close of the meal the broth-
ers turn to one another and extend the
right hand of fellowship and the kiss of
pe&i.e oac'i one shaking hands with his
neighbor and kissing him while tho
sisters at their tables perform the same
beautifnl rite among ttiemselyes. The
communion is then administered."
ANARCHY AROUND MANILA
London Aug. 31. A rilspatch to tho
Dally Telegraph from Manila dated
Aug. 27 Bays:
All the outskirts of Manila are In a
state of complete niuivchy. Tho Insur-
gents are hunting and pillaging the
Spaniards while the natives generally
nro sacking villages robbing vehicles
and stealing- horsos.
BICJt WERE CARED FOR ON HOARD-
Washington Aug. 30. A dlspateh from
surgeon Borden at Montauk to tho Bur
geon general denies tho report that the
sick on the San Marcos had had no bed-
ding except blankots. Ho says all the
sick had mattresses pillows and blank-
SECRETARY FOR COMMISSION.
Washington Auga SO. Ernest Tosoo
who has been connected with the Havana
oonaulato for six years and who waa Oen
Lee's secretary for three year has been
designated to go to Havana with the Cu-
ban military oommleeion as one of Its
M MIND THE DAY." J
1CLUQB. 1118 ALLEGED WIFE
WILL FIORT IT
San Frandeoo Aug. 30. The probating
of the will of the Iflte Adalph Sutro was
conUnuml untH next Tuesday In Judge
Coffers oourt today owing to the Impend
Jng oo nteet whloh will bo Instituted by
one of the heirs of tho trust clause and
by Mrs. Kluge who claims to be the con-
tract wife of the deceased mllllonlre and
-who says there Is a will of later date
than the one about to be probated. The
application of Dr. Emma Sutra Merrltt
for special lottora of administration will
be heard next Saturday.
. J T.
RHEUMATISM OF THE HEART
New York. Aug. 30 Arrived South-
COMMODOHB WALLACH RELIEVED
Washington. Aug. JO. Commodore Rush
A. Wallace retired haM been reUeVed
from further duty aa a mwnber of itw
lighthouse board and ordered hwna Hit
place on the board ha bwen taken by
('apt Uigglnson. formerly commanding
tha battleship Massachusetts.
A Proper Aoiwer.
"Why" he asked onco when they
wero quite alone and tho twilight was
deepening Into night "do women si-
ways cry at weddings?"
Tha look of withering disdain she
I gave him gradually softened us pity
took possession of ber heart.
"Uecauso" she Anally answered &ot
vnkJudly. -Detroit JoarusU
aheyenne Wy.( Aug. 30. Colonel J. J.
Van Horn of the Eighth Infantry died
at 4 o'clock this morning at his home ut
I'ort Russell of rheumatism of the
Colonel Van Horn was appointed tc
the military uoudomy from Ohio July
Imtth.d.7l'dwUhIw..aMiyrnUUylnrIhnv n Fobruary nu .
For then I'd fly snd flod you la the west leavea a wife and five children. One son
And I'd wHh I w.. a little . w sweet g ft Ieutenunt n tho regular army.
For then you'd njaybew nar It on yonrbreturt
You'd taaybe tt snd wear it on jour brtstt.
rd with I ocald Ve ltvln nwr to love yoa ibiy
To let no tltroubW tooeb you or snnoy.
I'd with I ooald fee djU here to rlne s spirit
Bo tlitm sbore 'od let toe brlns you Joy
If them above 'nd Ut me win you Jjy.
And now I wUh do withes nor eter fall a ter
Kor take a thecght Uiyont the way I'm Ud.
I mind the day that's overtye and blnu the
day that's hore
There be to ocue e day wbec we'll be deed
A longer lighter dar when we'll be dtl.
-Uilra O'Neill in UeVwood's MazazUa
Ao"rn-ectlvo I'll! if ox.
Ilaro is a good story of tho author of
"The Defcorted Villcgo:" Hearing of
Dr. Goldsmith's grait humanity a poor
woman who believed him to bo a
physician once wrote to him begging
him to proscribe for her husband who
had lost his appetite and was altogether
la a very sad state. The kind lienrtul
poet immediately went to boo her and
after somo talk with the man found
him almost overwhelmed with sickness
"Yon Eball bear from we In an
hour" said the doctor on leaving "and
I shall send yon some pills which I am
sure will do yon good."
Before tho time was op Goldsmith's
servant brought the poor woman a small
box which on being opened was found
to contain 10 guineas with the follow-
ing directions. "To be used as necessi-
ties require. Be patient and ut good
haart." Christian Work.
My little six months old girl bad Ecxima.
Wo used all Viud of remedies but the kept
getuog nora I nted to wrap ber hand up
aud to dress her. had to pat her on the table.
I could not bold her she would Lick and
scream sad when she could she would tear
ber face sad arms almait to pieces. Four
boxes of Clticciu (ointment) two cakes of
Ct'Ticons. Soap and Ciiwkx IlmlYrjrr
cared hr aud no Irartt art Uft.
I'eb.T.'W. Mra.O A CONItAU.LUbon.y.IL
SriiOT Cet TaaiTKMT -Wira Wtkj with Cvti-
cea. Mir cuiUo.A.U.f. vUfcCeTroutMUUMO.
ao4 ntlU otM of Cnicvt ttluoiT j a t.
SoUtl.rofkott)nwwM. fwrrta DieuuBCafX.
SCHLEY AND GORDON
Will Sail Tomorrow For San Juan on
EEM0YAL OF THE" TROOPS
Is tho Largest Problem tho Commission Will Havo to Hottlo
rostmastor Oonoral Bomlsa Commission to Soloct
Locations for Postolllcofl In Torto llico.
New York Aug. 81. Atttr.im -lilcy and General Gordon
have gone aboard the Senecn and wilt sail for S.m Juan tomor
row. General Brooke the U -i r prober of the oDinmlssion
will meet thera there. The renoval of the Spanish troops now
on the island is the principal problem confronting the commis-
sion for solution.
The Postmaster Genonil also sends a comntission on the
Pcncca to select places in Porto Rico for postofllces.
The Seneca also carries six surgeons thirty nurses and
about 2000 Ions of provisions for the American army in Porto
Washington August 81. -The troops arc to be moved from
Porto Rico as soon as possible on account of imreasing sick
ncss. A small garrison will be left there.
Pretender Will Reimburse
Scripps-McRao Loague Telegram.
Paris August 31 The Carlists are endeavoring to raibe
money. The pretender pledges himself personally toireimburse
the lenders. Count de Maille says that much money is needed
to put the army in the field which Don Carlos will lead in person.
Bliss Says It is an Outrage
Scrlpps McKne Loague.
Pew York. August 81. Bliss secretary of the interior
suys " It is an outrags on Secretary Alger to attack him iu the
manner he is being attacked." Ho says "No seeretaey of war
in my recollection has devoted more time and energy to the
care and welfare of the soldiers than he has"
Why Did Capt. Hanlon Return?
Horipps McRtie League.
New York August 81 The transport LaGrande Duchessr
is anchored in the upper bay with 1000 tons of provisions. tiv
was loaded for Santiago four months ago and without landing
provisions returned from Cuba August 17. Yesterday a board
of survey met to inA'estigate why the supplies were never de
llvered to the starving men at Santiago. Capt. Lfanlon was
the only man examined. The result of the examination is un-
known. The object is to fix the responsibility on Hanlon or the
commissary department The officers aud crew will also be ex
Justice White Has Accepted.
Cleveland Aug. 81. Secretary Day and Justice White vis
ited McKinley last night. It is unofficially announced tin
morning that Justice White accepted the place on the peace
General Garcia Is Out
Santiago August 81. Genera! Lawton has received advice
from reliable sources that General Gomes under Instruction
from the Cuban governor had relieved Goneral Callxo Garcia of
the command of the Cuban troops on account of the latter s
sullen conduct towards the Americans caused by the refusal to
allow Cuban troopB to enter Santiago.
Gen Miles Knew His Position
Bclpim McKae League.
St. Lou's August 31. The Republic quotes Alger as sav-
ing "That he regards Gen. Miles' interview if he made those
statement as entirely unmllitnry aud that proper action will
be taken. Also that Gen. Miles understood that he was not to
supersede Shnfter at Santiago. He says the cable sent to
Shafter was In every way prope- and that Shafter as well as
MIIcb was entitled to have full knowledge of the situation.
The Dreyfus Case Again
London August 81 The arrest m Parts of Lieut. Henry Iu
connection with an important letter bearing on tho Drefus case
gives the affair a new turn and it is reported a new trial in the
Dreyfus case will be ordered.
Schley and Pacific Squadron.
fi Washington August 81 Admiral Schley has been selected
to command the Pacific squadron upon the retirement of Miller
in October if his duties as Porto Ricojcominisaioner are finished
by that time. Ships of the highest coal endurance including
the Oregon Brooklyn cruiser New Orleans will be sent to
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