The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 93, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 13, 1898 Page: 1 of 4
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OI'flCIAL OltUAN OF OKLAHOMA DBMUUflAQY OFFICIAL STATE PAPER-OFFICB OF PUDUOATION HARRISON AVKNUK.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 18 1898.
NUMBER a j
will receive a $5 present: the
' jiKint; and the net a 2 present.
Buy Your Books States Tablets Pens and Pencils at
I (IB t9jl6 Uril MOffij EDWARD NICHOLS Prop.
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j.-uso our v-cle .m..
k'KidJS NAT UH
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taking cm 1 lhaJf or Bub ?itiinimon8 .he privilege
ja enen ovr u'lj hut- Thin arrange-
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HuLTlCIt H1KS AT NVACK.
Nya'k N. T .' !t U-Ralph Perry
Bniith ir Hi'.r a PiuuiylvLiila
nght artiiU-ry ill'! suddenly at his
nved In NVw Yo. a foim PuiHo Itteo.
Saturday on tne Mississippi suffering
fivm dysentery and jaundice. He was
graduated from Prim-otutt ColUg In
J ins last.
H SP1TALS PBglONATRD.
ttshington Sept.. IS The iKWt hos-
pital at Washington barraaka. District
cf folumbia. the Sternborg and Sanger
P. Id hospitals at Cliltkomauga nark
ond the military hosptVU at Ponce
ror'i TUco have n-n dealgnalfd as
general hosp"ala end are placed un-
itx iho zr:uive control of the sur-
ueon general of the army
WE WILL GIVE AWAY.:
$10 IN PRIZES.
'e will give tickets to the
amount of your purchase one
lnr every five cents two for
Un cents fivt for twenty-five
cents twenty for a dollar and
soon. Sae your tickets and
at t .ie enu oi sci'ooi me one
nresentinir the most vicketn
1 YOUR CHOICE OF TOE.
ingllsli ladles chooBo round toes
lo - tnetr bjots Arnorhan ladles
prefer tlio toes that point but
'he point we make is la both
round and pol tee? I.ocb bad .ho
fact thai wo furnish never
styl 3 bettor good'' ai 1 'i ucr
loot satisfaction f-r less Jionoy
o.- . ue. 1 c'or.
nil?' iir MUiHI.
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3 -. NFfs..
ob ui1: 'Oj .
f c"anc co Je .. -1 The na. on-
. pi RUh Ic club 01 Sar. ' anolsco -j-
of electing iui enstt-rn man of repute
rtrc o th prupotMMl coutt with
Tom bhrrky for a purse of )IT.O)0.
TqM (1 TlmlrU. PMiirMHuiillriL- KhurlfAV
i.iubi i oounw. no amiumw. mho
peii of tlis Mfrf reljcUd
Iid by the club.
ma KinK in jjbw york.
New ork. Sept. 12 Flro tonight did
J64.W0 damage In the Ave story brick
building at it Reokman street occu-
pied by Le Burger Bros. Fourteen Are-
min -were axerconio by tho fumes of
burning essential oils in the basement
and had to bo carried to the street
where resh nlr and medical attention
SOLDI ISR DIES FROM WOUNDS.
New ork Sept.. 12 Jok Punwoodt
seventy first New ork died toalght
from a wound recelbed In Cub.
DAY THINKS PEACE COMMIS-
SION WILL MEET NO OBSTACLE.
Washington September 12. Judge Day chairman of the
peace commission takes an optimistic view regarding the task
of the commissioners. He expects a conclusion of the treaty of
peace within two montli3 and says no obstacles have arisen.
It is said that Gen. Wade is to be made Governor-General
of Cuba when the commission terminates its labors.
Tne estimate of the naval prize money for Sampson's fleet
Is $100 000; for Ddwey 9000; Schley $3000. The men aver-
age 105. Tne money will be distributed about Christmas.
Ex-Secretary of war Eodlcott Ex-Senator Rawson and Ex-
Minister to China Danby have been invited to fill places on
the board of inquiry. It Js understood that Danby has accept-
ed but the attitude of the others is unknown.
Spanish Commission Meets.
Scrlpps-McRae League Telegram'
Aavana September 18 The Spanish tommlHsioners held a
session to Iraft a reply to the demand of the American com-misslone-c.
Ante loacs arc sltt'ug separate. All propositions
and i-epi'es are submitted in wilting.
Tva-iSpor 'Joma' :as baen compelled to retreat without dis-
hart-UK br vs'tef Si opies a $00000 tariff charges are de-
lIlaiVlv:' hv r vncr.tle.s.
Mailers are More Quiet in Crete
r"ia '.:-.-.r. J; 1b -P'jxn.urjntJ. i.-e arrlvng and
thnvfl ??e.t i.COO rinv.sh Midlers ae iiore besides ten war-
-j'.'-ja oi tr.: .iteroat' :'. .-.ua.5r'.u. '.sselmans were in ter-
rr .-. Qr'up tee sa'.wte on mo d-vivai of the British ad-
liT.iral. Or.- .".'.'. iV" sen: &"
Oliver VV- Bayne iht Donor
trji"-:?- . 'jit- v.
Niw Y: . . 0: .. -Jol O e- . 3dyn. stand
ard Oil magnate Is caid to be t . -zon ."" r"c 'y do.iated
$1000000 to the Cornell universjty to endo a medical college.
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viewti ILu. '.'22Z Hoi; i'.d'
.:.ir ' .ii.Bn4: 'c.
" ' ' -. .iJtvi cn ' Ulnp xv IP'" vr J
cicj fr - :. lr i. '.rJw "-; vf'
'7 3 :t " i " ' Mlo mx nj'.n
iOj.''. " jre'. -uup tc- &-:-.-
e- li' the -'i-i 'c oojsct
i .he retention of Mc-sl'. jT'aeJdf
rAfiinnil in nnMwnr.
"Would the Phlllnnos obleC .: Jie -
Amerlcanc retaining a coalm' . 3;
'- Se" . " "o - :c 3J 'Mf -
wa. . ;;tl; iliu -'" v vc.'
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lf recognizing the Independent l the I 'r.tereaiMu djtalls of the plans of the
islands or establishing a tevpo-ary I v'"- le.-urtr.-.ent referred to yesterday
protectorate over them?" '' tolr' '8r. for " establish-
yquinaldo again infuse c '..swor. 'ne- - 1 well equipped win-PenCi-
wtho conclusion - tht 3Jj-.- tBr W' '' 'e foops. Ho said
bly. Aoa.naldo said he was cmlldent tl: "'- ""PX '"-partment hau for some
M wn..i.i . trmt iit .h "" "' At work erecting such a hos-
merlcanr and tit P.M1 ..'nos.
. Th msurgent oader cenled receiving
"a request from General Otis and Rea.
Adn-'al Dewey to withdraw nls troops
I to a .-jsclbed distance Vmn Manila
nd Cavlte. and -c CM.ivei. T :3ouss
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11c ciivut u. Dt'ti: .. iii.uctf I
Aqu'nt'ao " rtae. cs&e.'.ed thf 1 ' e
ha evec sonilaed ttv 'he Ameri.'an
Menlla and (hat he had uver .uth-3i'-i.e(
tir. Insurgents to sea.-ch 3. dls-
- Amer'ce.is c-osslng se lint.
Thd ocr -.jspondept coae'r quest'onet? j
whs" the PennBl 'f nip. troopu iroieed
3? to eHtab.Ish r new outpost. Jhe
Phlllplnos objectet- and ra-arly proclpl-
;ated hostilities allcwlng the Ameri-
cans j w'thirtw. Chey issued arnmu
nltioa eit" -ptet;epteil ihe American
ree'o'CJ-neiits. Finally Qen. Hale or-
defea all the Pcnnvlyvanlans to ad-
vance an3 the reoeU withdrew.
The IccjiI governor has explained that
the Incident was a complete mistake
. . ...... ...
;anu tias repudiated n:s subordinates
-motion. AnulnnMa 1pnBpPl tn thl. mr.
respondent that the Phlllplno who
made the trouble merely pretended to
be an officer and is entirely unenneeb d
with the Insurgent army. Aqulnaldo
complained that the Spaniards were
"disseminating" false reports for the
purpose of fomenting Antagonism be-
tweet; the Phlllplnos and the Ameri-
cans. The whwle Interview conveyed the
Impression that Aqulnaldo desires ab-
solute Independence regards the mis-
sion here of the Americans accomplish-
ed and expects their withdrawal just
as the French with Lafayette withdrew
after helping the Americans la the war
of lndepdnce a war of humanity. l
'X? ' ' -C 7.um: ' he -tcont
HE VENT ITS bl'ltEA.)
.-rr-3 vor j v:ns I
;-3?- '-tr L'.jrt xjs.v." r tnn -natlne
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uitx.i .T5uu .1 .? .-.. -un-.cr
?: -m .?vy.
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T'JA "oi;v"i ." luolatoC .; 30-: c 1 of
: !c3:c. 7ltl- unotj .; i: c on oi-t-".
? ." '-. 'o other :we :n ihe el'y;
j "3t evj 5 sus?Io;.. chrrrctor. All
;.icps .: e tal'i-p .0 strm cv am' '
jve' .pread zi dh.-iij."
No n-.w care; .""j ;. reportea
lr - om 1 .tklln O-'on- olly HiirlngM
ralvertop or "C; ".VesU
W1"" HjHil1B For Troops.
Wash'npton Sept. 12. Surgeon Oen-
'1P'' n f overn rent ""ervutlon
ut For- M'oo and "ie was pleased to
be ajle - nrxtunce that Lieutenant
iCo one' yY ' p surgeon In charge
j '- t ins hospital would
be reaJ: ;or '' .Won of troops
""he naw i'ospltftl vil be constructed
of t'mtc Cits' the style of regular
barracks jij w'll contain 1000 beds.
it Is Intended for tho reception of sick
soldiers returning from Porto Rico.
cooking aheat t? the possibility of
an extended occupation of Cuban ports
b" the U. H army with the resulting
erulrementH upon the medical depart
ment ui" t te earn of the sick soldiers
fli'rgeou Gen. Sternberg Is planning for
another hospltul ou even a larger scale
at sonis of the southern ports below
Ft. Monroe and more accessible from
Cuba. lie has appointed a medical
board to make an Inspection of avail-
able places and the Impression prevails
that the hospital will be located either
nt Charleston or Savannah. The hos-
pltal ships Resolute and Missouri are
under orders to prepare Immediately
for a return trip to Porto Rico to bring
back any sick soldiers requiring home
ILLINOIS COLONEL ARRESTED.
Randel o the fourth Illinois regiment
was placed under arrest today on
charges preferred by Lieutenant oU
onel M'WIUIams. charging him with
conduct unbecoming an officer and a
gsntlemen. Thr "trouble grew out of the
arrest some trme vine o o&e of the
majors of the regiment for stating
that the regiment dsir4 to go to Cu-
Camp WlkoIT Abandoned.
1 Camn Wlkoff. Montauk P.iinf i. i
Hept . is-'llie entire attention of t)ie
16.000 eoldlets still nt Camp Wlkolt U
now directed toward the latest devel-
opments In regard to the abandonment
of the camp here and their removal to
the barracks occupied by thom before
the commencement of the war.
Ooneral Dates' orders aro to got all
the troops away from here as soon as
possible but according to a statement
made by him today he Ifl not Informed
of the means or transportation td be
provided by the quartermasters de.
pnrtment He Is unable to estlnnte the
length of time that may be nectssary
to rpmove the troops. The troops now
here comprise 17 regiments of Infant-
ry seven regiments of cavalry six bat-
teries of llRht artillery four batteries
of heavy artillery and six companies of
rho signal corps.
The third and 20th Infantry regi-
ments expect to Ipso hero by mil to-
morrow morning the former going to
Port Snelllng Minn and the latter to
Tort Leavenworth Kansas.
No troops let hero today but some
recruits for the fifth Inantry arrived.
Great activity Is being displayed by
the medical department to free the hos-
pitals here of all patients -who can pas-
elbly be removed.
Between three and four hundred stck
were sent to Now ork and Brooklyn
hospitals on Sunday on the steamer
Shlnnucook and by the rail.
The army hospital boat Relief arriv
ed liere from Now ork Hits mnrn'nj
and during the day flh took aboard
220 sick men. Tho Belief took the pa-
tients to Boston and they will be plac-
ed In hospitals In that city. The Htesm-
er ivlll return here at onoe arriving
here by "Wednesday and will then taki
perhaps 200 more patients to New York
and Brooklyn hospitals. Tho Shlnne-
JEVKnAL KIIL.LKD AND WOUND-
ED AT TEX AIIKAN A-
Texarkana Ark.Sept. 12 K pas-
r nger kt iln on ill Tcx.- an 1 Pacinc
a-iroat r.unged thrtuii brldgs
shortly after noon today. Pour por-
sons are reported killed outright and a
number o others mora or less serious-
ly wounded. Physicians ba gonn
from this city to tho scene o the wreck
on a speelal train to render asslitanee.
Tho extent of tho disaster Is not known
Heavy rains hae been falling or the
past thirty six hours. All streams are
out of their banks and much damage
has been done. Washouts aro reports!
on all roads. Tho accident was due to
hlph water which had undermined
. AT I EAST THIS 18 THE CLAIM AT J
Madrid Sept. 12.-Capt. Aunon mln-
Istor of marine recolved today an lm-
Iportant dispatch froir.the Phllllpplnos ;
describing a conflict between ths Spa.i-
Ish gui.boat. and an Insurgent flotil-
la In which tho former successfully
proventl un Insurant landing In the
Vl-oayas. AccordlnT to th dispatch
the Insurgents ha' live vessels all of
wOloh ee sunk. The Spaniards had
no loss jut te telegram asserts that
hundreds 01 .'.'e Insurgents are bclh-ved
to have perished.
ATTEMPTED TO RUN BLOCKADE
Charleston H. C. Sept. 12. In the
t.'nlted Stutefl district court hero today
Justice Ilrawley handed down a deci-
sion condemning the British ntramshlp
Newfoundland and Its cargo to forfei-
ture as a lawful prlie of war.
The ship was captured by the May-
flower while seemingly attempting to
run the blockade at Havana on the
evening of July 39 and sent here.
Bridgeport Conn. Sept. 12 Two pack
ages containing portions of a woman's
body were found today In mud flats
an arm of Yellow Mill Pond. In the
packages were the head of a woman
cut from the body near the ear and the
lower limbs which had been separat
ed from the body unjolnted and cut In
two at the knens then tied together
and wrapped In u strong glazed paper.
The head was buttered and jammed on
one side and had a cloth tied over the
Our little dwcliur Lid Ecuma from tlrili.
The parts afflicted would boconia Urrltlr la-
flamed and vater srould ooze out Ills great
bead of penplratlonfliiiIlr tbt srould dry
up und the kla would crack and jcl off. Btu
utlcred wrrlblr. Bad to put toft ulttcui ou
ber hands to kiep her fiou scratching. Two
of our leading puyilcluu did not btlp her
After bathing her with Ccncuaa Soar I
applied Ccmcciu. (ointment) freelr and gats
br Concern. KEsOLYniTrtgularly. Bnf
tutemecU I barn made are fcbaoluuly tru
and not exaggerated la any way.
HOBEItT A. Lil'lUM
IUI WstSldsBquare Bf riBfftald ni
c.oLiin lxioHi. WikuUfc cm-
iAoiafi Mia f an.B4 at. vrrwBA am.v
MM lak hrnii p. C. Chi Utt
v K Cus irt Ala otMuw lm.
GARCIA COLLECTING TAXES
CUBAN ARMY TO DISBAND
Scrlj ps Mottae League.
Santiago September 13 Gen Garcla's son says iliu stnue
leaving Santiago Gen. Calixlo Garcia lias had charge t.t dijua
collecting the taxes and tariff. inl adislng the Cuban t.i lav
down their arms and disband thp army.
Five men of the Fifth regulars have died since their arrival
her and 40 per cent of the regiment Is on the sick lint from
malarial fever. Th illness among all the troops is increasing
Reply to the Turk's Demands.
Scrlppa-Mcltao League Tolcgratu.
London September 18. A Constrntinople dispatch says
that the United States has replied to the note of the Turkish
government declining to accept the Sultan's repudiation of re
sponslblllty for damage to property owned by Americans during
the Armenian massacres.
A Crisis In French Affairs Sure
Paris September 13. There was a heated argument in tl.i
cabinet yesterday over the proposed revision of 'he "Or - lj
case President Faure sided with Zurlinden againnc re vor
If a revision is determined upon Zuiihiden "'' rcsl
not Premier Urlsson and most of the other P'e'i'bers wr JV
cabinet crisis is almost Inevitable.
The Strike Situation.
Pana 111. September 1:1. ''M'c r;ti.ig jij.-hw- .
is Increasing. Negroes parade the streets mgntly. liya.i. ttu
secretary and treasurer of the mine worker's union sayb i.v.
uuion shall not be broken If It takes every dollar Ic V. it'- .
treasury to prevent it. He says the scale i -.. hh : ncl"
)o'iii of disagreement.
Trouble Groves Darker m tspam
acrlpps'MoUuo I.L'u'iie '1'oloKrnui
Madrid September 1. The feeling in the -...: .. ar'
against the cortes and ministers Is growing Tin wat iniiti.il
succeeded in getwimj the artillery clllcers tc renounce tu-ir d
termination not to accept recompense atriieU in recent cu'o. '
wars. But the germ of insubordination is spreading .a- .s
. Oarlirts hope to have -he support of f pr.r cf ".lie rrmy ?
ially the arvillory f'"ny Herbllc.PB rtv. 'jir '. 211-
jAt mjtjijii ti
- . In Otr lli hllii'U In Ho '
Tlra busloct strfHiti uud squriM ar
keptoool and dltu undur uwnhiRS. On
tho whole I Ihlnk It wan thoso i w.il.i'
that inndo Hevlllu no olmriiilnr; in i.v-
gusL There hud Umi n fuw InCordovi
I have becu tu nmrH than onu tow
which raises UKimilur protection agalns
Provencal euiilih'lit but 1 havo uover
como ncrofcs tliom wliou they won a
elaborato as ((cral aud as tilleative
as in Seville In tlio narrow Htreots 'lioj
strotchod from housetop to hottsotop ut
each end dropping In a great Inclosing
wall of cunvus so low us just to escape
tho heads of the high sudillwl horwuiwi
who prnucod undur them. In tin lurpt
quart-s tlmy oxtuudod in u checkerboard
urruiiKomuiit with lntrloute ropfti and
pulleys which I uover tnwl to under-
stand coutut to enjoy the result bl
black shadows ulUiniatiui; with great
splotches of sunlight. Hvuu the town
hal) spread out an awning till forms the
wide sidewalk in front of it uml not a
hotel or bunk or pulaco or IIkJioumi did
we enter thut hud not its courts as wall
protoatod. Elizabeth It. l'eiinell in
How It Happrued.
"Too bad about Shelby wasn't It?"
"What's tho inottor with him?"
"Ho had a turrlblo shook duy before
yesterday aud may not rocortr. Hadn't
you heard about it?"
"Na How did it buppou?"
"Well hu had aueuKaguinont to iiifetd
his wife at n certulu pluw down town
at 12:20 o'clock."
"Aud lm hurried up with his work
aud startul out fur tin) luudsvous. "
"Ho got them nt exactly tho appoiut-
dtime." "I S40. Wall?"
"His wife had bcm there til too-
ends. " Cloveltmd Lvadei
thj Cuiupku FUoi.
The oornpuns pluut Is ouu of tbe odd.
Mt creations of the vegetable king
dom. It derives its name from tho fact
that its leaves always point dlrootly
north and south. Bo if you are out ioj
m western prairie and loo your way
Juit look or oue of these pluuU uud to-
Bieuiber Uint they always point In the
detection indicated. Botanists call
this curious plant Selphiuw laoitdu-
tutu. It is unpretentious in appearance
and bears yellow tlowers that are not
unliki field daisies. It has a remark
ably tbiu loaf so thin as to bo notioo-
able tvn to the untnturtd oje. Tho
eompass plant ii really n weatorc
lower and is indigenous to tho prairisj
et that wotion.
my 1 -mfcaw
iN'IxirtH Frnm HhiiHhro.
Washington Sept. 1J The f u . .
ablegrams from Qen. Lawtoii iir.
lug the sanitary condition of n. n ..p
under his command w r n. ..i .i..i
I the war department Mpirfiii
"Sanitary report 8pt 11. '1 ' ' i
W total fever Ul; total nt-n . is
fever 4t; total returned to ilut -i'
HARNU! HieWllY prlvat.- . . m
It. Ninth istertry; typhoid fe i
IMjOTH". 3 2KJ"AIiy. r'v.
ond Louisiana voluntas.- -
PILLAR. JCKM. lorporal. c .i..n
I). Fifth Infantry; .ypnolc e- -t
SAMTAIIT tKIOiit 8B.".' '
Total sick 7U; trtu vr : . -j.
nw ctMe fever 71; .otal n-t imm
NASH JOHN private ;n.i -Fifth
Infaiitri : typhoid fever
BROWN aiLBEHT. prlvii.. .i .
pany K Fifth Infantry; yt-iiov. ..
Hantago Sept. 12 lkM -rfoiia. i i.
port Kept. 7th la amended as fun v
Mc LEOD. WILLIAM B. s. ig. ..n'
comiwny A First Unhed Stut.-u n.i m
tr axrute dksrrhea.
HAFFIT. BFFIK compare
Twenty-fourth Infantry; yeii..v rover.
llBHii LOI'JS company E Tlur.l
United States volunteers; yell.m f- e-.
SMITH. BTRHATY. II. uin..iny F.
Third I'nlli-d States vulun'.rt-r in-
sbot. If not let ui he'p you Thrsadlng-
a needle Is one of the haidest tl.lug-4
for tbe best of eyes and much harder
for defoetlveonee He the point wbvru
ic any opticians fall In giving clear and
comfortable vision It's the point of
exce leucu wo e.ooU to attaia if thu
aid of a g-lase will aceomplmh it wo
guarantee to enable you to thread a
iiceJle as well at coinfortvbly as eaj-
ily as jou ever did tu your life
Jeweler and Optician-
Wallace & Sullar'u Drig fit r
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