The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 257, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL L'MtiAN OF OLAKHOMA DEMOCRACY-Or FICIAL STATB PAPBH-OFFICB OF PUUMUATION HAHRISON AVKNUH.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WF.DNKSDAY 1CVI5NINO MAUl'H "2. 1899.
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W. M. BRONSON
Loans Abstracts and Insurance.
Olllco 118 lVcit Oklnluimu Aenue Illnck llullcllllK Guthrie ) T.
N. F. FUAZIER 1rksiiknt.
W. M. BRONSON SECHKTAHV-TltKASUHEJI
The Oklahoma Mortgage
and Trust Company.
Plenty of Monoy to Loan on Farms.
Abstracts of Titles Compllod.
FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE WRITTEN.
1 IS CriAahoma Arenur
Liitiii ifiiifi. iti- iii iv jv
Have the Louse look fresh and cheery.
It can be done at little cost. Many prom-
inent people are now selecting1 from our
line of samples work to be done later
on. They get the first selections of the
newest spring" patterns many of which
cannot be duplicated later in Ihe season
as all paper mills close May 1.
We will take pleasure in showinir von
our stock at any time whether 3'ou are ready to pur-
chase or not. It will help you to decide later on and
we feel confident when you do it will be in our favor.
See our papers at from Oc to 10c a roll.
We have employed an expert Decorator and will
hany your paper at the lowest possible price consist-
ent with first-class guaranteed work.
.TOST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
WHITING'S FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
FOR LADIES' USE.
Hammock Croquet and Base Ball Supplies
MIW LINKS .ICST KKUlJIt KI
F. B. LILLIE &
I DRUG BOOK &
I VICTOR BLOCK -
J W Mi. NEAT President
Guthrie National Bank.
Uoard of Directors JAMBS STKATTON
In addition to officers ot bank D. T FIYNN.
W. J HORSFALL Cashier.
wppP11-" kT ibs.
PlillQMlTU GUNS OP ALL KINDS. Revolvers Amu-
U UNO ml I ill vnition Pine Cutlery Pishing Tackle.
Fine RepaUng? Specialty. GUTHRIE. OKLA
The Weekly Leader
We havo received onr Sr
Spring Line of JJ
Latest Ncatost and
Handsomest Shoes that
ever came to the city.
no to iiT.T.AwnrA IT
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- GUTHRIE. OKLA.
A J SLAY Vice l'n sWcnt
Making For a Concerted Ad-
vance on the Insurgents
Nortli of Manila
Manila March 82. All Is quiet hore
today. The suspension of the fight-
ing since the withdrawal of Whoaton'B
brigade from the territory botwoon
Manila and Laguina de Hey is how-
ever only preliminary to a more gen-
eral campaign to be inaugurated
against the insurgents. The troops
today are boing shifted about and the
indications aro thai a concerted ad
vance against the main li ilipitio army
nortli of the city will bo made within
the next forty-eight hours.
Manila March 22 Tho United
States transport Sherman with the
Third infantry and four companies of
the Seventeenth arrived hero today.
The Sherman left New York Febru-
Manila March 38. Oenoral Hughos
has been selected to succeed General
Miller in command of tho forces at
Iloilo. Miller will return to the
United States as soon as he will roach
tho ago limit on March 26.
Washington March 83. Tho war
department is gratified ovor the suc-
cess of sending troops to Manila via
Suez. Two transports which loft
Now York arrived it Manila without
a death on the voyage averaging
forty days and tho troops arrived in
shape to go right on tho firing lino.
Manila March 88. A captured Fili-
pino says Aguinaldo will take personal
command of tho reserve forces at Ma-
lolos and announces that he will
March into Manila within twenty
Washington March 83. Tho navy
departmont has been advised that the
Solace loaded with supplhis for
Dowey's fiect arrived at Manila this
morning.) The Monadnook Bailed from
Hong Kong for Manila today.
Washington March 82 The author-
ities expect Otis to begin an aggrossivo
movement designed to end the Tagalo
robel'ion after a reasonable porlod.
Culm Continues with
Santiago March 88. Tho necessity
for tho maintenance of an armed
guard over all tho property in this
provlnco Is becoming more evident
dally. A sensational robbery was
committed Saturday by brigands in
the San Luis district and the thieves
got away with thoir plunder.
The victim was Harry llamsdcn son
of tho late Ilrltlsh consul at Santiago
llamsdcn keeps a storo at Moron and
was called out by 20 men who de
manded that he give them S500 which
ho had drawn out of a bauk in Santi-
ago in tho morning. The men vcrc
heavily armed and they got tho
money. They then packed all tho
goods in the storo on their horses and
disappeared in tho hills.
The alarm was given to tho detach-
ments of the Ninth immunes and Col.
Valient and his men wero dispatched
In pursuit but It is not likely they wlU
be caught l'art of tho samo band
looted the storo of a small Cuban trad-
trad ur near tho town of San Luis. In-
iun erable rumors of minor thefts are
reputed by small farmorE.
Tho brigands are mostly nogroea
under half-breed leadors
Sco tho Leador's great sholarshlp of
fer on tho ilrst page.
FOR MEN NOW IN.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
COR. FIRST AMD OKLAHOMA.
l! mL it Sal
it vy 1 '
Of Democracy According
Simpson will be Anti-
Expansion and Trust
Wichita Kansas March '.' Jerry
8impon wbo la hero expresses the
opinion that the Democratic campaign
of 10(H) will be anti expansion and anti-
trust with the money question a sub-
Jockey Sltibboa to Death.
San Francitro March 2.' John I3p
person a horse owner and jockey
was stabbi-d to death in a mloon last
night by Jim Oiliigan a rubber.
Knilioror Monkey Tnilnor.
Loudon March 82 Ad. ices from
China say that tho deposed emperor
has been isolated to such an extent
thgt for amusement he has bvn farced
to teach tricks to monkovh.
Not flooded by This
niarkahlo Swiss Girl
New York Muroh 38. The latest
numbor of the Medical Record con-
tains an editorial by Qeorge F. Shrady
rolativo to tho practical demonstra-
tion of the fact that digestion and as-
similation con be carried on for a long
time without the stomach which has
herotoforo been considered iudlspen-
slblo Dr. Carl Schlatter of the university
of Zurich 1 1 months ago removed the
stomach of Anulo Landis 11 silk weav-
er. Tho oporatlon proved highly suc-
cessful. The patient recovered from
the operation left the hospital and
gained materially in weight until a
recurrence of tho cancer In tho lower
portion of sho intestines which caused
her death ovor a year af tor tho com
pletc oxcision of thu stomach. The
editorial based on tho record of tho
Swiss girl's oxpcrlonco conuludos as
"The food appears to have been
rccoivad into tho intestinal canal and
to havo been directly absorbed there-
from. "Tho nourishment was sufflcient.for
tho patlont held her own in weight
and strength until the progress of the
disease made thu turn in her physical
condition. The results would appsar
to indicate the utility of the operation
as a promised measure of relief. The
operation was a great success and the
daring operator is to be congratulated
Fined $15 far 11 Murder.
Luray Va. March 28. J. It. Oodson
who stabbed William 'Adkins to death
with a pocket knife was flnsd 81S for
Failed to Indict jlcCrilliB.
Carthago Mo. Maroh . The
grand jury failed to Indlot W. J. Mo-
Crlllts. u wealthy eitlzon accused of
the murder of W. J . Gilflllan. McCril-
lis accused Oilflllan of intimacy with
Ill tho Windsor Ruiiirt.
Now York March 84 Tho identified
doad of the Windsor hotel flro number
ton. The charred trunks Hmlw and
bones at the morgue are believed to
represent seven bod dies but they may
represent more. It is supposed there
are sun 3 Domes in tiie ruins.
Does a Raptlst Dhino Who
Passes Queer Monoy
Iort Worth Tex. March aa. Ilev
J. W. Mewborn a llaptlst minister in
lirlsjoeoomity Is lo jail hare on the
charge of coi ntorielUng. Mewborn
pleaded gutity and was remanded to
await the federal grand jury's action
lie is alleged to have aarrljd on his
oountetfeit ng In a rude dugout fifty
mileH in the interior. An examination
of th." premises revealtd a complete
outfit ot wolds for coins from 6 cents
t j 81 hidden in the msttres of his bed
To Vvre a VuM in On lhiy
Take Laxative Jlromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money if H
failk to cure 'i"o The genuine h?n
L. li. Q. on each tablet
DeDUtv Auditor MeUabe and 3Aum
Napier Perk ns will do the brother aet
tonight at tue opera nouiu.
Kill Crane arrived homo today from
Fort Worth where he attended the
Cattlemen b convention. Hill was rec-
ognised aa a cattle baron and also
joined the M. K II.' order He was
branded in three places kept twerty-
four hours In a dipping vat and other-
wise eordlally treated-
To all parties from Oklahoma City
Chandier 1 erry and inter ediate
points attending the grand millinery
opening (at the Guthrie Cash Store
and who purchase any of our pattern
hats at $18 and upwards will have
their railroad iate refunded. ltuieiu-
ber the date Mareh 'JS and 20. Itound
trip tickets at reduced rates on al
Representative From the Tenth
District Indicted for
Representative J C. Wails of Nor
man who represented the Tenth dls-
tilct In the Fifth assembly was arrost-
ed at Norman Inst night by Shorlit
Frank Ithlnehart and brought to this
eity this morning
The arrest wrs tnado on two indict-
ments returned by the grand jury
charging him with bribery.
At :30 o'elock this morning Walls
was arraigned in the d strict court to
answer to the indictments. One in-
dictment charges Walls with offering
a bribe of 860 to Senator Frank Hutto
"to unduly induence the said Hutto a
member of the council In tho mattor
of the quarantine bill than pending
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The second Indictment shows that
Wnlls olTtu-od Hutto a bribe of $85 to
secure tho onactmontof the pharmacy
bill which Walls was mooring.
Wails was given 8 J hours In whioh to
plead and his bail was fixed in the
sum of $800 for oach chargo. Hutto is
tne prluelpal wituoss in both indict-
ments. Walls was pallid and norvous when
arraigned in court and his resonant
voice hod lost Its rinir. With tuars
streaming down his fnco ho said lis
Hoped the court would not sorlouslv
consider theehurges us "it was simply
a political lob."
Ik-fore socurlntr tin atlornuv Walls
coughed up his story to the county at
torney anu virtually admitted that he
had "done business" with Hutto. hi
regard to tho nharmaov bill. Walls
allege that ho simply ofTorod Hutto
$25 "if he would push tho nharmacv
bill out of couimttec whero It was tied
Walls declares ho will uso rotaliatorv
measures on Hutto
Involving tho Wreck of
Maine to ho Exposed.
Cincinnati March iSaFrom Havana
comes the news that Copt. T. L Hus-
ton of this clly in command of tho
company of engineers now stationed
there bad made a discovery which
will set at rest forever tho disnuto as
lo who blew up tho Maiiiu
The spot from which the mlno was
touched oil has been located beyond
any reasonable doubt by Capt. Huston
wiiuiu 1110 most saareu recossos of tho
Curatol do FuurBto tho prison where
political prisoners wore oonftned. and
Where none but a Upanish hand could
have reached the keyboard.
Mr. and Mrs Warren J. Lynch who
havo Jiut returned from Havana mot
Capt Huston thore and were shown
through tho fortifications and told of
In this castle Capt. Huston found
the remains of the switch board con-
necting with tho ralnos An attempt
had boeumude to destroy it but tho
wires wore still thore. Linking from
this room tho wreck of tho Maine can
be seen about 100 yards away.
A searoh Is being made for thu wires
from the cattle to tho wrogk.
Kx( ru Session of tho
Sacramento California March 22.-
It is stated this morning that Govern-
or Usge will shortly call an extra ses-
sion of the legislature for the purposo
of electing a United States senator.
Sliriyoled Kueo .Joiut Found.
Horlpps Meltae League
New York Mareh 21 Workmen are
still searching for bodies in the ruins
of the Windsor hotel. A charred and
shriveled knee joint was found today.
The heat la so great that progress Is
Home March 38. The aetlvltv lu
Vatican politics oatised by the Illness
of the pope has not abated. Cardinal
lilshoj) Parrochi of Porto and Santa
Uuflna is regarded as having the beet
tance lor tne papacy.
I)r. Guilford on Trial.
Ilridgenort Con. Marsh $$. Dr.
Naoey Guilford chargod with the
murder of Kmwa Olll. was plaeod on
trial today. All women were exclud-
ed from tne room. The jury is not
Hie )if Utw l'ul i lliii fiftli I.tl.
Ill lit A.uuiW)'
THa legislative eodifymg eommittee
began work In earnest tins morning.
Thomas Itoid is ehuirman of tho com-
mittee and Joe (ueln seerotary Oil
Kelger chief clerk of the houto. assist-
ed by J- V. ICoogle und 0. O. Palmer
ehief clerk of the oouuell assisted by
Hary Horner are preparing tho house
end council journals far publication.
Oivo llekemeyer will read proof an the
uewlrws. and Will Little la clerk to
;hu bHKH eom's'.ltfe. The oodlilsrs
aro li'ddlsou Steveos Huston Hold
Reader want ads bring cturos.
Tho most excellent and latest stylo
of Lowney'a chocolate and bon bona at
tho Vienna iiakery.
Yerc Found in Frozen
at Tampa According
Chicago March 38. The beef court
of Inquiry examined a number of wit-
nesses today. Several witnesses tes-
tified that the canned roast beet was
unpalatable and rotten and that the
refrigoratcd beef was spoiled at Tam-
pa. Some of the refrigerated beef
containod fishing worms
Nicklo in (ho Slot Machine Con-
Louisville ICy March 81 -Louis
Schmidt n saloonliacper has been
senteucod to 0110 year In the peniten-
tiary and glvon a lino of $500. He was
Indicted for operating a "callle music
box" a blot machliid of the iiiinrnvml
order. When a ulckle Is dronned In it
may ploy "On the Hanks of the Wa
bash" "Uag Time" or some othvr
popular nir and at the same time the
playor may be rownrded by getting
more coin than lie put In.
Thu chances of conviction in the
caso wero considered by the at-
torney for Sehinldt to be at the same
ratio as tho playor's chunce of getting
a handful ot nlokles when he put one
Into tho slot Hut the unexpected
A lllJNDKIElt ItltASONI.
Can bo given why Stuart's Dyspepsia
TableUt aru tho best and most effic-
ient ouro for every form of indiges-
tion They aro in tho tablet form which
retains their good qualities indefinite-
ly while liquid nrunnrutlona beeom
s'.:ilo and usuloss with age.
Auuy mu uuiivoineui uau oe carried
in tho pouhut und tunen when nestled.
They aro ploaaau to take
Aftor each meal dissolvo one or two
of them in tho mouth and mingling
with the food they constitute a per-
leui digestive ausoiutoiy sale lor tne
most sunsltivo stolnuoh.
They digest the food before It has
timo to ferment thus preventing the
formation of gas and keeping the
blood pure and froe from the poison
ouB produeta of fgnneuted half di-
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
only remedy designed especially for
tho euro af stomach troubles and noth-
Ono disease one remedv: the suc
cessful physician of today is the spec-
muni me suceeesiiM uiuuicine is tne
medicine propjrod especially for one
Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablets make the
comploxion clear by keeping the blood
Thoy Inaroage (lesh by digesting
ilosh forming foods.
A whole package taken al one time
would not hurt one but would simply
bo a wiiHto of good material.
Oyer six tlionsuod men and women
in tho stuto of Michigan alon have
bfon cured of indigestion and dyspep
sia by the uso of Stuart's Dyspepsiu
Hold by all druggists at SO cents per
lladArraiigcd to Hury bhoriiiaii
Washington Mareh 39. A feelintr
of relief prevails here that the report
of John bhorman's death turued oat lo
bo falsa. The dispatch announcing
his (loath was tent by an over anxious
correspondent at the government sig
nal station at Ounntaniino All ar-
rangements for brrglug the body
home had been made when the denial
of the report was received
Sherman A lire hut Weak.
Santiago de Cuba Mareh ' B-
Seeretary Shermau speut a fairly eotu
fortabla night. He is still weak k.s
pliysiclanj say but bis temperature
and pulse are nearly normal
Omaha Mareh 22 The chief of the
Are department is of the opinion that
the fatal lire which occurred here last
evening was of Incendiary origin
Ulnuco AiIvIsoh Promotions
Madrid March . General Wev-
ler's organ Rl National and a Kepub
Ilea 11 newspaper ISl Pais have been
suppressed. Blanco advlsea (the gov-
ernment to prouot t generals-
China Koi'uses Aliu
Scrlpp-cJius Leaf us.
London Maroh ii A di pslah from
Rome says It Is stated that China has
again Informed the Italian govern
ment that she is not willing to lease
to Italy the coaling sttU t on Mao
At this time of tne year when the
bleyele is brought out from its winter
bed it will be notieed that the outer
cover of the tire Is very hard and
stiff and elose to the rln. parched aud
craektd. The best method to get the
rubbet pliable again is U- 'It-date the
tires and rub we.ll with ordinary soft
The best stationery at Lnu s
Ce&stable Tarn Tarrant was earviog
subpoenas today lu the eate of tho ter-
ritory vs. Harry Thurston for drawing
gun on T F MoKennon
for a Business
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How to Get tho Scholarship.
Tin. Duly Lkapiw will kivc
t an boy or cri securing
twMit new subscribers at
50 contg each ( subscriptioua
to be paid in tulvaiui-) to Tne
Daii Leadku lot onetnonlli.
This i-onlost will ho open
from March 18 to April 1st
.Strict at count will
be kept ot the sub
scrihers turned in. The
first twenl subscri-
bers! in n i d from any
one person within the
time named will be
1 1 x
I awarded the scholar
ship. This contest is ope u to
all boys and pirls
NOW GET OUT AND RUSTLE.
Aro Hlastnl und tho Court Will
L'uHrt tho Death Sentence..
Topeka March 83. Mrs. .1. S Col-
lins has finally decided to abandon an
appeal lo the supreme court of Kansas
for a new trial for her stepson John
Henry Collins who was convicted ot
murdering his faiher in tho city lass
May Judge Hazen lias beon noHficd
that no appeal will be taken n tho
case and liaa uuuouneed that he will
msH the death sentence on Collins tho
lat day of this term of court wh.eh
will be the latter part of this month.
The heavy expense of carrying tho
case higher and the extrome Improba-
bility of an appeal being successful
Influenced Mrs. Collins to abandon fur
ther eitorts on behalf of her btcpsou
Sheriff Cook will take Collins to tho
penitentiary alone Mrs. Collins hov
in g arranged to pay the sheriffs ex
penses to Lansing and back on condi-
tion that John should net be taken to
prison with other convicts.
Heats tho .Mulls.
Chicago Maroh M.-Wm. Thomaa
Jaggers the messenger sent from Lon-
don by Richard Harding Davis ar-
rived in Chicago lust night and dcJlv
ered his message to Miss Cecil Clark
and departed shortly before midnight
for Philadelphia where ho Is to deliv
er a message to Miss DawcB at 230
south 21st street.
So far J aggers is on time and It
nothing happens will sail Thursday
noon from New York for London en
the St LouU the same boat that
biought him over
Young Jsgger- who arrived m New
York Saturday at 1 1 a. in. trano ted
his business in that city Saturday af
teruoon. If all goes well Jaggers wul
beat the mails by nearly twenty four
Ig Capital Punishment Truth-
fully Says Col. Hob
Serlppa-McRau I i.m.
Chicago Man. L .. In an Interview
yesterday Col. Robert U. Ingerooll eat I
the refusal of Oov. Roosevelt to n
mute the senteuce of Mrs Pa-t wa a
disgrace to the ttato " It is more hd
mane to put a nminal in a eeH than a
trreve" he continued 'Capital pir
hinent it 'li graduig anU never at "
plikhei. ts purpose. It in savag ry
W liitln in i" 'bs old girt had F-Mmj
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