The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 125, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 25, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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Anothtr Spanish Vidory I 1 1
He's captured Battle Ax.
You may be disappointed in war in politics or
in business but you will never be disappointed
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piece at the lowest price. Try it to-day.
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A hotel keeper had been suffering ;or four years with indigestion and dyspepsia.
Night after night he would lie awake in bed tossing and rol ing the inside of liU
stomach seeming all on fire the fowl ft-rmeniuig and causing violent vomiting. Ill
stomach being thus disordered contaminated hi blood making it impure so that
rheumatism evcntuilly took ltold upon lum and it was with difficulty that he was even
ble to walk. At the climax of all this he lteard of Kipans '1 abules. The- first Tab-
ule gave him relief. As soon as the entire package had been taken he found that
there was a marked improvement in his case. He states that the illness has now en-
tirely left him aid that he believes that Klpans Tabules have made a new man of him.
A oew t jrl cVct containing m kH Tirtnw In rnrr erton (without irtl) I now' for u! it Mini
dni itotw-roH rim cvn. Thll rtod orl U latwKKI tor II low m4 llm ianntnU. One doa
of tbe fire-cent ooniOMiataitM) cm tw hut by null hf emdloc tortjr-olah eu Is I lie BirAM Chuhcii
Coarxxr No. IV kvnice StrMt. Jiw York -or a aln:rtt corton tTSMTtsounO will b Mt for fin (cuu.
lias just rocfilveil a now stock of . .
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t DR. G A. HUGHES.
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Estimates on Application.
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Silverware and Art Pottery
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chooses to have it artfully con- I
cealed. I make artiflcial plates 7
with every advantage of the best
modern mechanical facilities to aid
me so perfect in tit so natural in
appearance and so comfortable in
action that even the wearer can
charges warranted work my
Co il and Transfer Co
The best grades ot Coal al
ways iu store. The McAlester
a specixltv Prompt delivery.
IsT Office and yards 605 W.
Harrison Phone 20.
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Callahan til JfnM IlUircC the Mtatlf'l
The Enid Coming Cvents contains
the following account of the Callahan
meeting in that city:
On acconnt of tho dutty windy
weather tho Callahan meeting was
held iu the opera bouse lustcad of on
tho square as was originally lntouded.
Tho opera house was crowded until
the time Mr. Callahan closed his
speech which was a masterful exposi-
tion of Fly nn's. hypocrisy Mr. Calla-
han made no random statements out
proved u 1 that he tuid concerning
Flynn from the Congressional Record
Mr. Callahan spolco for two hours
holding the close attention of his an
dteuce which was composod a'inost
exclusively of voters. Wo never heard
him so interesting before interesting
becau e ho dealt in facts and proved
his statements to bo fae s. It seems
impossible that anyone who heard him
can believcj longer lu the pretensions
of the monumental humbug Flynn.
Mr. Callahan boldly challenged any
man to und in the Congressional Hi-curd
the high fulogy of fiynn In Sena
tor Pcttigrow's Bpeech which nobody
but Flynn and a very few of his closo
friends seem ab o to ilnd. Of course
said eulogy has no existence and never
bad. bat that makes no diffcrenco witli
tho little hypocrite. With him It is
any tiling to fool the peoplo and get
lack to congress and of course ho
must fool tho peoplo to get to con-
grc s After the showing of the facts
in the case we do not understand how
nny open candid man can vote for
1'Tynn and we do not believe many of
The song at the closo of the meet-
ing by Messrs. Powell and Smith
was unique and brought down the
houso with its witty allusions to tha
pretensions of "Denny."
Our readers will remember that
Webster Davis in his spot cli here
claimed that Mr. Callahan had never
ben in his oflico on business relating
to free homes while Flynn had neurly
bothered him to death on themattor.
1 he ru'cs governing these departments
assign hb Mr. Davis' duty (ho is as-
sistant secretary of tho interior) con-
sideration and dcclblon of appeals
from the commissioner of pensions
and appeals from the commissioner of
patents so that anyone would be fool-
ish to go to Mr. Davis w'th business
out-lde of his jurisdiction or authority.
Of ccursc Mr. Davis' statement was
was made merely to fool those of our
people who knew no better and was
in tune with the patronizing air he as-
sumes toward his Oklahoma audiences.
Mr. Callahan was in excellent health
his voice good and his mind clear und
analytical 6o that ho made nn excel-
lent Kenton speech and we doubt not
made many votes forjudge Kcaton.
ABOUT THE TJeltlilTOHY.
Seventeen dogs were killed at fleary
in one day.
Chickasha has a daily newspaper and
will soon bo incorporated.
It Is raported that Oklahoma is full
of counterfeit S100 bills. Look at tbem
The iall at Cloud Chief isaaid to be
so sbackly that the prisoners leal: out
turougli the crucus.
A dumb girl living at Knld has re
covered her speech by her sweetheart
hugging her real tight.
The Cherokee Indians arc worth
about 210 each and will have 15S acros
of land per capita when their allot
ment is made.
Tho Oklahomnn says that up to date
Judge ICeaton has lost tlueo votes-
Dizzy Lewis blippery Laverty and
Captain Mc'tinnis lato of the Rough
Riders at Tampa has delivered sixteen
speeches In New York state in behalf
of Col. Ted Roosevelt.
One of the finest effects of the Okla-
homa City street fair was that it kept
the newspaper fight down during Its
pendency and progress.
C. QJ Jones is authority for the state
ment that the 'Frisco will not stop at
Oklahoma City but go on southwest
crossing tho Rock Island atChicuusha.
James Payne of Cushlng bought a
bammerless gun to prevent accident.
Tho other day the blamed thing went
off and knocked one of his hands to
Tho town ef'Ncwklrk was thrown
into a sta e of excitement the other
day by a shooting. It gu erally takos
something to throw Newkirk in that
kind of a statu.
Wednesday 20th: Will Ward was
arrested yesterday In town by Deputy
Ruck Qarretton a charge of introduc-
ing and selling. Falling tomako bond
he was put in jail.
A young woman of Ei id swallowed
a penny one day last week and called
for a physician. The doctor not only
got the ponny but made hor cough up
two dollars besides
Though the Dally Sayings has been
reduced in sze from a 0 ooluum to a
5 column folio It is ono of the newsiest
best printed and ablest edited papers
in tho Territory. It is a credit to Wag-
goner. The Okeene Bagle Is ;iur years old
and its editor II. C. Chapman is hap-
py over tho fact that he ba a niao
home and owes less than one hundred
dollars with enough daa him to more
than pay that:
Ardmoreltc 10th: Cant. 0. Potter a
Cook county pioneer (Med at his home
yesterday. Deceased had lived In Cook
county blooe 1S5J and was 77 yearj old
lie was tne latuer ot u. u. and U. u.
Potter attorneys in Gainesville and .
Perry Enterpii60 20tb: The town of
Newkirk was very much excited last
night by a shooting which occurred In
the Eagle hotel between a colored man
from Arkansas City and Frank Wood
a colored cook at the Eagle. Cook was
shot in the neck the ball ranging
uowu and lodging In his shoulder.
The wound is not dangerous. The man
who did the shooting esciped.
It appears that Major Woodson has
been much mlsrepretented in the
statement that he has been starring
tho Indian into submission to send
their children to government schools-
Major Woodson baa always been re-
garded as most buinauo n his man-
agement of tbo Indlaus under his
charge and it was difficult to rcconclo
these reports with his well known
character for kindness and gentleness.
The colored people of Oklahoma
county led by William R Fullbrlght.
one of the most intelligent colored
men in the territory hare repudiated
the lily white republican nominees
and nave put out a tlcketof thelrown
Prnf Hnlrjr. J H Ranilrtlnli unA niViul.
leading colored men met at th -
bate court hou-o Saturdiy nightand
poued hot shot into the lily wmiee
LUlAUaU. GUTHHIK OKLAHOMA
for more than tno hours amid the most j
eithusia&tlo demonstration. I
When Callahan spoke here Tuesday
there were a numbonf old soldiers
out to hear him but Mr. Callahan aid
nut uure lucm lu uenui lolling wnat
ho had done for them in congress aB
Flynu did when he was hero. Thero
was one did veteran In tbo audience
who went to him after the speaking
to shako his hand whom Mr. Callahan
had gotten through a special pension
bill for. This waB Jacob Clemmor.
Mr. Callahan secured him an Inoronsed
disability pension and back pay of
something like S5.000. Oklahoma I Ity
Ardmorolto 20th: While on his
way home about 1 o'clock this morn-
ing Sam Stanford a gentleman well
known to mnny of ur ti-ople wns
held up ani a demand ms.de on h m
for his cash by a lone highwayman.
Thctffair occurcd just two blocks
south from Main street on south
Springer. Tho would-be robber who
had concealed himself stepped forth
when his victim was about eight feot
distant ad made tho d-mard Sam
answered promptly by drawing his
pistol and llrlng at the roi bor who
ran. Four shots were tired at him
during which he fell but whether
wounded or n t Sam is unable to state
as he regained his feet and disappear-
eu in mo uantness.
At Noble on the 23d sixty four bond
of Texas steers more or leas affected
with the fovcr lieks were dipped un-
do tho supervision of Dr. I. L. Lewis
veterinary of the A. and M. college
and Judge It. J. Edwnrds of the Llvo
Stock Sanitary commission. The vat
was filled with oil five feet doep and
the cattle driven into and through it
from a chute. The oil used U what Is
known as crtra dynamo oil Ti.e ex-
periment to fur as could bo seen was
attended by no Injury to the cattle
immersed. The oil contained a cer-
portion of sulphur mid other chemi-
cals which combined have the power
of destroying the ticks The cattle
are now kept In a t collided lot for ilio
purposo or tes lug detiultPly the cl
flcacy of tho procoss.
THOUSANDS OF CABS.
ltenlrl 'r th Trdllnjnti lilllun of Thti
l'rar'M II i rid (Vo;j.
It has been estimated that tho trans-
portation of this yem's wl oat crop
will require the loading and unloading
of CIO 000 frolht card providing largo
cars aroused. The modern car has
a capacity of 00000 pounds or 1070
bushe's. Much of tho crop will go to
the Pacific cost f ;r exportation on ac-
count of tho amount. Japan Is taking
and tho east will loso that as well as
the growing amount shippod from the
7nJ lUtiile Trantferi.
W. D. Hay man to WitlH Wllber
one aero in sw r h qr seo. ii
IS 4 wd S
T. J. Jeffrie to William JeifrliB
w hf new qr sec 87 IS 3 w
T J. Jetrrl' s to William Jeffries
one acre lu ne jr sec. 37 IS
3 w wd
W. I) l'acher to Lixzli S. Lc-
land lot 28 bile ! Capital
Carrie Provolt to W. I) Packer
lot 3S blk 81 Capital Hill qek
Geo. Latta to Sylvester Warner
ne qr sec. 3 J. 18 3 w bond for
Ferd Rltterbusch to I). J. Wal-lnc-
various ots iu Laugstou
City tax deed
JrlenT.l)ir.-ht onl.l A'nn l'rnnbltfo K. i.
The direct through cur routa U
point' In southwest MUetouri South-
ern Katisaa Arkansas Iutllan Tern
tory and Texas.
The most direct route to St. Louit
and tho cast. Double dally vestibulud
trains. Freo rucling cars ; obsorva
tlon and drawing room sleepers liar
vey dining hallB. Ask your nearest
tlokot agent for full particulars or
write tho gouo-al passongar agent St.
Louis. K. L Wl.saiinu..
Tiuat Mute Fair unit Diillt Ilrpoattloii.
Dallas Tex. Outobor 1 to 10. For
tho abovo oocsion tho Santa Fe will
from Septombor 30th to Ostob r 10th
sell round trip tlckots o Dallas ut one
fare. Return limit October 17.
A J. Cokkins Agont.
TcaclH'r'H Hold a Jli'oMng
Tlie I -o kb n County Teachers' Aaaoct-
ation iiei.l a very intereatlng meeting
at the Capital City Ilualnew college
The meeting waa called to order by
County Superintendent Dodd and II.
A. A rends was elected president.
Miss Mayine Howe was cbosen secre-
tary. I'rof. W. Calvert of Mulhall read
an excellent itaper on "How to Prevent
Tardiness and Irregular Attendance at
School." Ttie itaper was iliscuseed by
W. a. Smith. II- A. Arends J. IB. Hob-
ertson and others.
'Die general discussion on "WhAt
shall T do with pupils who do not liave
sufficient books?" was Interesting and
Territorial Suierlntendsut Hopkins
was present and. took part In the dis-
cussion. His talk was very much np-
preclateJ. The Oklahow Hettdlng Cir
cle work wa presented by Irof. N. K.
liutcher. Territorial Secretary of the
Heading Circle. I'rof. K. M. lloag.
president of the county circle assigned
the lesson for the next meeting. Coun-
ty Superintendent Dodd then made an-
nouncements concerning the Hustings
for the year and Uie examinations.
The meeting was well attended. The
following members and visitors were
cle work was presented by I'rof. "K. IS.
president: W. K. Baker T. n. Welch
It Hoggets Mrs. A. W Koontz Maggie
Ooollttle. Eva Welch Jennie Maeeey
Dora Chllders. IeValle Ilusch Walter
Joyce W. 8 Calvert. Mattle Justice
Ileasle Murdoi k. Carl Itioe IJzzh Cal-
vert Ueorge Martin Alice Terry Al-
rsretu Jennings. A. G. Dennis Nora
Benson Kmtly ArrfMtmng A. 15. Jack-
eon Iarina Smith. D. O. Horton V.
W Wallare. P. P. WTiittaker. Ola Me.
f'ubbln Nettie ?7orrie. Dell Mlteliell.
W J. Ilonor. County Superintendent
Bodd Territorial Superintendent Hop.
Prr KT V. Ttiitctior W a Qrr.nl
.Prf anl Mrg Stevens. Mrs Horton
Nfe51e DMtJe. Mrs Todd Trofa
Hoag Arends Oaffney and Keefover
r. ii mm
VIOLENT RACK WAK.
wehe oiie Ktiud m itiot itttwven
i M "" " IUrcIh at rarat mh..
New OrlMna Oct tl. The Picayunes
Forest Ml. apertal waj-f
Kleven ded nKrti. ne ilrad whKe
man and one neirro and Uiree wfill
men awtoualr wounded Is the reauM
of blood)- war belnr waged between
thr- vhlt- nd bteck race In the Hnrp-
erllle rtriirlibortiood of tills. Scott
Several of the rioters have been r-
reated ami lodged In Jail but ttie others
escaped Into the awsmp. Lw-fre
runda of white men are In cloee pur-
suit however ami more numea are
hourly expected to be added to the
death Hit The following I mrttal
Hat or the killed.
P18II HntlC btack.
J. E. CAT13WOOD black.
HENJIY ANDERSON blflck.
JOHN aATWWbOD. black .
Ht'OH ANDERSON blsck.
SIM HARALSON biack.
W. H. SIULEV. white.
It ht ImpoMrible to obtain a full list
of the killed for he reason that eome
of the nea-roes were shot down In the
woods and were hurrldly buried bjjjtilo
while. A member of th pose sia
that hi' helped bury the negroe In
trenches but neither hl.r-Klf or any
one In lila crowd Unerv thNr tminen na
they did not crc enough about .them
Oov. Mc iAiini went to Hanwravllle
Inst nlRht and appealed to the Whites
not to molewt tliw prisioners In 'the cus-
tody of the sheriff. His tnlk hnd
Rood effect on he majority of thoao In
the crowd but some of the hot headed
members did not relish the irovernora
ference but he finally porsiuidoil
thorn io permit the nherlff totnke- the
prlnoner to Jail.
Rherlff fUepIienaon Iimh plnoHl addi-
tional ftuarilH at tho Forest Jail to pre-
vent lynching. TwonegroeH have made
T4ie fuuernl of tho inurdeivd oftlcer.
aibley occurred today nnd wad large-
ly attended. It In reputed here thn't
two or tin murdered minis brother
are on their way from his home In Ya-
oo county at the head of a large crowd
bound for the ecene of the race war
It ta feared that when Uity nrlvn a
(leteiinlneil nnd HUccetwfui nHeniilt will
1m made on 'the Foieat'jnll and tho
I Jiter Sheriff Stephenson pousldeicd
the altuatJoii eo w1ouh tonight lie de-
chlwl to take the prisoners to Meridi-
an for safe keeping. A large mh wh
orgnniieil and the negrooM will be
placed on the 0 o'clock train.
IT H HOIISO.N'8 CU0IGK
Tint Hid Crl"liill t'tilim ll ItnUril Irmn
llm IIbii1iiTii Nuvii tltlirr lloula
Santiago do Cuba. Oct. 21 Constructor
Hobsou la engau'l In pri'imrliu; to nine
the Cristobal Colon a work which seon.e)
pructlcnlly lniiosalble from the sen In-
cuirne of the ilHnKerously lienvv Mwell. Mr.
llobaon hae therefore bullf a trol.ey ilno
out to Hie ship a dlatance of ISO fei-t lib
a auaoension brblMn and tho comiireaeiHl
air pumps are now In poeillon
In (luatanamo Hay there are several
schooners laodeil with heavy coal for tha
flet emurrage uvpenaes beliiK heavy the
aenlor offli-er Captain Chester ordered
sheila built on shore so that the vessels
inlHht unload tlius inakinK a temporary
roalhiK station. Tills act Is iinw reason
glvn by the Cuban General Perez for not
disbanding his troow. He claims the
Americans liave no light to ustahlleh a
coaling station without permlselun of thu
1'ievlous to Lieutenant Ilohsun's ilepurt-
lire ror Wsshlnetnn hn whb ilieHtlonel
by a reporter as to the prospect of ruin-
ing the suuken Spanish war ships off San-
tiago llm said he was now eriKOKed In
the preliminary work an the Criatobs!
Colon and that It would take at least
three weeks more before anythnlg would
The government had appropriated ;SW.
000 for the raising or tha vessel but tt
will be money well spent h said If tho
venture proves a success as the ship Is
The purpose of tote visit tl this country.
Mr Ilobinsou said was to see the leere-
tary of the navy regarding further v.ork
on the warships lie thought the Vlzceva
could be saved but would not affirm it
positively. She has settled in the sand
which has formed a thick bad around ner
so that she is resting in an easy position
but a dry dock would Imvu to be built
around her before she eetik! h taised. An
appropriation of UffAMU woultt cover the
work or rahring the Vlzcaya and wo r I
enable the government to brink' het uoilh.
She cost JISlX
Tne Aimirmnte onuendo llobson says
Is a hopeless wreck. The Item Mercedes
which was sunk In Santiago harbor. Is a
good vessel and can be raised with but
"When the work on tho Infanta Maria
Teresa commenced" continued Mr. Hob-
son "I had afty American labor -rs em-
ployed but owing to the foul atmosoheic
foul gases and foul water very few ee-
caped sickness and I was obliged to full
bacw on Cuban laborers. Tbeue men seem
to stand the wo.-k ry well and nude
proper supervision esn accomplish um'.
results. There Is a crowlni; sentiment 1
find among naval officers that every ono
of the sunken BpanUh ships should lx
raised and if found to be unaeaworthy
be kept as relic. The Spanish veRels
which have been and those that no doubt
will be saved and put In oomralsslob.
should retain their names as a murnento
of the prowess of America.'
KhlKapped a Child.
Wichita . Kas Oct U A special to the
Kugle from 1'onca. Oty 0. T says
A threw year aid. lrl of John Deverne
a full blood Otoo l3te. was Vidnaurx-d
jtai'UMinujiMiTr;fr ? ttij!htii!tbi2sisriv
today near OtM agwwr l "in
In a covered tingon. "Th. i inlr
mitneeted by a Cheyeane iu.m nt be-
fore she couKt me he liersvif u-ni. iatood
the khlnapper had made his i-hhim. Al-
moet the entire Utoe tribe la out hunting
the atoien t-hlld. and swearing vemTeanr
on the kidnapper when found.
KGAH1NU A POINT.
I'eare L'iiiiml?lonem Are Flnnlly I'nria
Inn K'gnlnr I'rogram nf Action
lris Oct. 11. The consideration by
the commissioners of the Porto Woo
and the Ladrone tines tlon has now been
merged wit Irthe Cuban question and
all the pc.nts Involved are being car-
ried forward to a simultaneous conclu-
sion. When thti ltno been arrived at the
Philippine tiuostlnn will be taken up
Of course thero Is . poHslblltty of
disagreement and the Spaniards If the
Amnrlenn commissioners decide not to
assume any portion of the Cuban In-
debtedness may announce their unwlll-
Ingnom to proceed any further with
negotiations based upon the protocol
Should the Spaniards decide to do this.
It will be because they wHh to excite
pity of their eredltorn and of other na-
tions. Tho eortes may then be asked
to endorse their action. In fact Span-
iards may even prefer a resumption or
hostilities to acquleseiice In the Ameri-
can refusal to share their ihianclal bur
den. The Americans however have In
timated to the Spaniards the possibility
tlmt Spain may at some future period
bo nole to deal with the Independent
government regarding the assumption
of the provincial and municipal por-
tions of the Cuban debt which is es-
timated to have been JIGO.OCO.OOO before
the last rebellion 1u Cuba broke out
and JSOO.000000 contracted since 186
Ilut should Independent Cuba as she
doubtless would refuse to assume
nioro than her proportion of the debt
based on actual betterments In Cuba
and only even In this case of obliga-
tions contracted previous to 1H Spain
would be compelled to to appeal to her
peoplo nnd confront them with prac-
tically Bcvpn-elghths of the debt con
tracted since. Hpnln would also l
competed to declare hor inability to
meet her obligations and this at pres
out soma to the Spaniards n more bit
ter nlteinntlvn than t oaceept the II.
H. refusal to upnn tho Cuban debt
with nil Hint this means the Iden be
ing that tlui Spaniards would be able
to cull the attention of their creditors
to their unyielding though fruitless
efforts lu their behalf.
Finally It Is said tlmt there are per
sons high In tho Spanish counollu who
claim to bullevo that Spain would rath
er submit dumbly and helplessly to dec
Imiitlon or dlMinuerinant than confront
thin continued financial burden. One
course would leave her pride unsullied.
It Is claimed and the other Is rogarded
as doubtful If not Impossible of adop.
tlonwithln the botinderies of national
Spain bowever. will not break off the
present negotiations before having pro-
posed thRt the United States share half
the Insular debt which In surh a prop-
osltlon may be placed at J710000000
the Intercrt rate to be reduced to 2 pi r
cont whl?h Spain may hold practieulh
reduces her share to $110000000 Dip
portion rrojweed to be borne by the
United Slated or guarantee I t icreby.
Such n proposition would not be m .
cepted by the United Statei either dl
rortly or In behalf or Cub. The h-
slon of the Joint commission began at
2 o'clock and ended at 0MB p. m.
Notico is hereby given that tho Llvo
Stock Sanitary Commission of tho Ter-
ritory of Oklahoma will on Saturday
October 28nd dip cattle in tholr dip-
ping vats locatod at Noble O. T. for
all parties desiring tho samo.
Under tho rules and regulations of
tho board cattle that aro lnfosted
with cattlo tloke will be permitted to
eomc Into tho Territory of Oklahoma
after haying been dipped in auld vats
This is done with u view to experi
monting upon the ullleaey of the oil In
tho destruction of the oattlo ticks
Tho cost of tho dlnplntr will be the
actual cost nf tho oil and labor which
is estimated to bo from 30 to 3S cents
per head. Aftor cattle are dinned tliev
may be Immodlatoly taken to any part
ui mo lurruory ui uxianouia.
Any parties doelring to have cattle
dipped will ooiiiiiiunleutc witli It. J.
Unless arrangements aro nude be-
fore hand cattle will not he received
for dipping on that datu.
K. 3. ElWA. e
Oo to tho Vienna Ilaksry far your
Merchants dinner and daily lunch.
Soup every day from 11:30 to 8 p. in
tho best in tho city.
TJItt TAHSNKV TOUCH.
Mtlunrhuly hulay of Ihv .Sl kjkmI IVrtt
The Hennessey Clipper says: "Judge
Tarsncy is waking up eourt attend-
ants lawyers wlt'Ofceee and jurors
and Is conducting business with vigor
and dispatch VYe understand that he
fined a juror too dollars for beiug lata
iynd slapped a witness into jil for
what appeared to be false testimony.
The Judge will make a great bole in
the docket this term of court
tlon FalllDC or
m rurc you r
aAd v ttAoa tf
(U at tl lir
Hal. S IWlM
W WHUirviupu UIKftiM IWIlilim bOUt
Kxcawtre Uu of ToImcco or Opium T gent
srana Yoathful Error.
w man on receipt of price. K. JSOTT'S
CHkCMICAli CO. ClevcUbd ttblo.
For Sale by Setonian Drug Co.
nn vol i 2
The markets at this time ffer
tsany indeeemen a for profit. J
able apecalatfen. The very lowi
price of Wheat Corn and PorJ J
sud tae life in the stock market
make It so. If you desire to in-
TARLTON COMMISSION CO
offer every advantage rraitl
tur profitable deals
l.ny lilttnnrr Telr;ioie 7.7.
For Sale By
CAFE " --"'
and BAKERY """'
SHORT ORDEIIS A SPECIALTY.
r MERCHANTS LUNCh
Trom II no to X i in ilally except
Sunday foi h-
ii t iirri.n im W RiTZHAUPT. Prop.
rreh llaltlinore Oysters V'lah ami fclcrj
Two lota in block 31
East (iutliric. Musi be
sold at once at some
price. "Who will be the
Iticlcj' buyer y
G. H. LYNDS
All Work Promptly
UliMl.MHLU this advertlsoment
Interest to you who have friends rostln
In the tomb. It la a homo establishment
shipping direct from the quarries marble
acd granite and manufacturing In this
city. Foreign agents show yon a large
fine picture and ask you to sign a binding
order for a poor design acd grade at dou
ble price covering their wages and ex-
pense. Think of It! wo will duplicate
W of their work from 80 to 50 per cent
less. All tho work done In the (iuthrle
cemetery dodib weighing upward of two
tons was done by ui. Notice tho n&inb
cut on tho bares.
St. Louis und Sun PrKiiciscolly
The Most Popular Route to
And All Points East.
Thla la the only ling to the l'amoua
Eureka Springs Ark.
The curative propertied of whoso waters
have uo tw.ua! on the American continent
and jhe graudiier of adjacent scenes U
alHillar to that of Colorapo. lie anrc
when buying your tickets to have them
ttiaai' or wewu and
I'ullman islam aleeplug cars tho finest
In tbe world also reellulng chair tears
aad;coachea oo all through trulns.
Any other loforinMloD will be rheer-
folly fumltbed by either II K YOKUM.
leaeral Mauaier St. IuU No.; OEO.
T NICHOI..SUN. (Jenral Passenger
Agent. St. Louit Mo. or II. P. DUNN.
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tho Eye Ear. Nose ud Throat
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 125, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 25, 1898, newspaper, October 25, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74365/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.