The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 257, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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THE) LEADBH. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Entered In the postofllceat Guthrie Okla.
As triond cum mall matter
Official Paper of OkUuomi Territory.
XriLISI!RD HY THE LEADRB PRINTING
COMPANY -STATE PRINTERS
1. II NIULAUK. Ihtltoi nml Manager.
Oflletat Oiynn of OMnlioma ltmnotrary.
One montl; ih iirpird In i IIT
Oue raontt i'T mail
Si . mot I.
Indicate that your liver
I ont ot order. Tlw
beat nwdlclne to rwiH!
tlio liver and ctire all
lhee Hid Is found In
25 cents. fk)ld by all medicine dealers.
The claim U put forth that Mr.Coyle
Is a ono Idea man. Hot It appears In
us that his Idea It a good on.
.1 irons Nawkh JVukiss la
britilt of rendering tiilo Ct
things that an- ai V
Tut: nominations hare b.'
and the o&ndwlatc may hi w
In ind become bu.y.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH it H99.
ItKMUailATlO CITY TIOKIir.
For Mayor ... .
For City Attorney
For City Clerk
For City Marshal
For Police Judpe
W. II. Coj'.o
W. 11. Herod
that If elected ho will win the laurel
crown of success as a keen and saga-
cious municipal executive.
I'r to tlio liMAnKR'N jme
Coyle's challenge ba.l not
i on th
1 n tnsdi
1 11 jnii p
bre . no
For Street Commissioner. Itobt. Baiilh
For City Treasurer . John Wallace
Treasurer school board J. K. Hnuston
First ward . . .J. O. Poland
Second ward ... ... D. J. Morris
Third ward. . .. . Wm. RHzbaupt
Fourth ward. 1 Year Jake Douglas
Fifth ward ... R- S. Reave
VOIt MP.MUKHS OF 8CU0OI. hoaiw:
First ward J. T. Kerr
Second ward D. C Hunter
Third ward D. H. Goodo
Fourth ward . Joo Sovorns
Fifth ward Henry Decker
tlCTHHLE WAST 8RirAUKUT SEW-
EttA.aU. The Republicans of the city are lay-
ing great stress on the question of
They hold that blnco a Republican
ndmlnistratlon favors sewerage and
Bewagc the Domocrats must bo against
The idea is erroneous. The Demo-
crats arc in favor of soworago and
What Democracy doos oppose how-
ever is the proposition of the city
council calling for sewerage. We can
not have sewage until we have water.
We have no water.
It will require 845000 to put In a
sewerage plant and there will be no
money left to sink wells or dam rivers
in order to secure water to operate tlio I
"Sewerage" means the construction
of sewers; "sewage" tho drainago of
the pipes by water.
The mayor's proclamation rcadB oh
"1 do further proclaim
a proposition to issuo not to exceed
the sum of fortv-fivo thousand dollars
($15000) of the bonds of said city of
Uuthric payablo from ten to twenty
years from date and drawing interest
at bIx per cent per anum payable
Bemi-annually for tlio purpose of pro-
viding and constructing a system of
sewerage for the 6ald city of Uuthrie.
This proposition contains
no provision for obtaining water with
which to opcrato a sewerage plant.
The proposition Is plain and on that
the Lkadeh wilt mako its fight.
Uy voting $45000 for a soworago
plant the city will have an elephant
on Its hands.
A "sewerage" system with no "sow-
Four years ago Quthrle maintained
& water works without water and an
electric light plant without lights
Wo cannot afford to tax the people
to death in order to give employment
to laborers and no direct benefits
fluthrio wauts no sawcrlcss sewerage
aVPI'OEX THE DEMOCRATIC CITY
Democrats of Qutbrio Bhould not
allow personal feelings to sway them
in the present political campaign. A
strong Democratic ticket has been
nominated and it should bo zealously
supported at the polls not only by
Democrats but by all taxpayers who
are In favor of honest and economical
city government. In years agono the
nomination of a Democratic ticket was
a perfunctory matter. There was little
or no hope of electing the ticket in tlio
face of the usual Republican majority.
Noiv all is changed. Republicans as
well nfi Democrats doslre a reforma
lion The taxpayers havo become dis-
satisfied with tbo council's manage-
ment ot olty affairs and pray for deliv
trance. This yoar they havo an oppor-
tunity to grasp the sought-for boon.
Tlio ticket put out by Democracy i
clean from top to bottom It contains
the name of men of known ability
-who. if elected will serve the olty with
zeal and faithfulness With W. 11.
Coyle for mayor a business administra-
tion is assured. Mr. Coylo Is a business
man and a successful one too. Ho
injects energy and strength into
everything he undertakes. True
Mr. Coylo in times past has
tua3e mistakes ; cruaps he has
heeu grossly indiscreet but where Is
the level-headed business man who
lias not uibuit mistakes?
Mr. Coyle stands on a platform prac-
tically of his own making and It suits
tho Democrat of Quthrle.
The fact that the Democratic nom
inee did not see fit to espouse the cause
ot olmetalllsin in the national cam-
paign o2 1890 will not militate against
ills qualifications as a business mayor
of a business city. Coyle'a iuate
shrewdness aud rugged determination
are well dtnown and tbeb qualities
arc necessary in the executive head of
The people of Quthrle regardless of
party should unite on Coyle and ten-
der him honest and sincere support t
the polls. Coyle has made a success
of everything be has undertaken thus
far and the kaiku feels confident
EMliAHIlASSElt -WELT. AO
Tho Capital this morning say The
Lradbii is ombarrassod over tho atti-
tude of Coyle. Not so. If Mr. Coyle's
attitude suits the rank and file of lo-
eal Democracy Tub Lkahkr is satis-
fied. Tlite paper Is no moro embar-
rassed than Its purtv
Mr. Coyle did not ask for tho nomi-
nation for mayor at the hands of Dem
ocrats and l.t had no hand in shaping
the r solution which excluded all
voters from participation in the mass
convention who were not In harmony
with tho Chicago platform of '9fl. Mr.
Coyle has acted like n man. Ho was
tendered the nomination and accepted
it and in doing so he obligingly grant-
ed the request of this paper and
concisely stated iust whoro dtood. Mr.
Coylo has not repudiated anything po-
litical despite the statements of tho
Capital Mr. Coylo docs not dony that
he favors the gold standard .dea and
that he is against trusts. Mr. Coyle is
not to blame for this. If tharc bo
blatnu It rests with tho nominating
convention. Moreover the resolution
rcfcricd to by tho State Capital
waB a nappy idea conceived
by a quick wlttod man to
bring order out of chaos in a mass con-
vention In order that business in the
absence of delegates might bo dis-
patched and the Republican strlkors
In supporting Mr. Coylo tho Lkahkr
in no wise supports tho gold standard
cause. It repudiates so much of Mr.
Coyle's political beliefs as aro inimical
to true Democracy. Tho question of
adopting a now money system for
Guthrie is not ono of tho Issucb of this
j municipal campaign and tho Demo
cratic nominee for mayor may file away
his national vlows in camphor halls.
Tlio question is one of city I'ovcrn
nient. On that question Quthrlo De-
mocracy will support Mr. Coylo to a
Tho treatment for worms must be
prompt and safe. WHITB'd CKKAM
VKUMIFUOH oan bo tiusled to re-
storo your ahild to hoalth It is a ton-
ic as well as a worm destroyer. ICvery
bottle guaranteed to bring worms v'Sc.
P. H. Lillle Co.
Taking of Wnkols lni.il .
Washington March St. The conditions
under which Wake Island midway be
iwen Honolulu and the Philippines wj
taken possession ot In the name of t'.ic
United States by the commander of the
Bennington on her vongo across the
Pacific are given m a report to the navy
department from commander TauFstu
dated at sear twr month ago Th f
fleer said that he approached the Islund
with the navigator at the mast hi-ad.
steaming slowly along the southern and
eastern sides to discover signs of 'inbl-
tatlon and looking in vain for an an.
chorage. lie did not circumnavigate the
Island but seeing that the outlet on th.
north wag barred not only by a wall ot
coral but also by a sand pit he returned
to the lee of tho Island. A landing was
made at 1 o'clock on ths 17th of January
and a flag pole was raised Besides
some pieces ot wreckage no signs of Hu
man occupation were visible. An anchor
was seen and what appeared to be the
wreck of a lower mast was higher up til
bench. When the Hag staff was In place
the sailors were formed. In two ranUs
seaward and having called al Ito wttneat
tliat the Island was not In the iKmserslon
of any other nation commander Taussig
ordered the American flag to be raninl.
Upon reaching the truck the nag was :in
luted by SI guns from the Bennlng.on
After the salute the flag Was nailed to ilie
masthead with battens and brass plHtes
wWi the following Inscription which wae
screwed to the 1aae of the flagstaff:
"United States of America. William Ic-
Klnley President; John D. )-kuk. re.
tary of the navy.
"Commander Edw . 'd V Taussig. V S.
navy commanding the V. S S. Benn.ng-
tnn. this 17th day of January 1899 loo
possession of the Atoll known r Vikrs
Island for the United States of America."
IIK TV IIS El)
The city of Guthrie has alwoys been
regarded as overwhclm'ngly Republi-
can. In fact the colored voters of
the city hold tho balanco of power
and were thoy so disposed it would
bo an easy matter fcr them to nomi-
nate and elect a Republican ticket
composed of none but colored candi-
dates. Tho negro politician is a dis-
creet personage however and no fears
aro entertained by tho Illy-whSto Re-
publicans constituting tbo machine
that tho negro politician will take
municipal matters In his own hands
entirely. Of late howovor a class of
whito Republican politicians has de-
veloped. Tlicso follows pump fanci-
ful ideas into thu head ot tho negro
and set him up as a tlomlnating factor
In city and county politics. This ac
tion works an injustice to the better
class of colored residents who arc not
Inclined to augment racial tlissuntiou.
It is tho professional negro politician
and his pusllnimous whlta alley tho
Democrats aro expected to turn down
on April Ith.
VI.EAX LlSai.SLATVllE ISDKKE.
The Capital lias a labored surecd
this morning in which it defends the
Fifth legislative assembly fromboodlo
Tho Capital: "This legislature was
absolutely frco from boodle The
grand jury may work until doomsday
but it will never gather suiliclont evi-
dence to Indict a siuglo lawmaker."
As usual the morning tomporizcr
falls dismally as a prophot. Its words
can novor bo given credit. Tho paper
is not reliable. Pooplo don't bollovo
Three hours at tor thu abovo quota-
tion camo from tho pross J. C. Walls
of Norman tho protege of Gristmill
Jones was placed under arrest on two
counts for bribery.
Tho Capital should roturn to tho
Philippine question and not continue
to mislead its few readers on questions
about which ho knows absolutely
Tiik prcount municipal campaign Is
not ono of religion national politics
or philosophy. It has to do with tho
business government of the city. It it
a plain business proposition In which
common sense and not tho high arts
should prevail. Tho Democratic tick-
et possesses all tho elements of busi-
ness. Domocrats who fall to support
it stand In tholr owu light.
Mil. Harm Judge Haluer's ohief
clerk filed charge In Washington
Impugning tho honesty ot Sam Mur-
phy. Horn is on the raok and Mur-
phy is busy cancelling stamps at Ok-
Judob Hainkii got his chief clerk
from Ohio. Tho clerk has gone wrong.
While this fact does not reflect ou
Ohio it speaks a various language in
favor of home rule.
Sewsraoe is all right but vf alt un-
til we have e sufficient water supply
?or tho support of a sewerage plant.
JunaiNO from tho registration not
all the negroes In the fifth ward joined
that colony which went to Iberia
CVinmfierlfiiH'fl Cuuyh lltimcily.
This remedy Is intended espo ially
for coughs colds croup whooping
coutrli and inllucna It has become
famous for Its ourcs of these diseases
over a Xuraa nart of tho civilized world
Tho most llattorlng testimonials havo
been received giving accounts of Its
good works of tho aggravating and
persistent coughs it has cured of se-
vere colds that have yielded promptly
to its soothing eifects and of the dan-
gerous attacks of croup it has cured
of tea saving tho lifo of tho child. Tho
extensive uso of it for whooping cough
has shown that it robs that disease of
all dangerous conscquouacs Sold by
HerWii .Mnroti M-Dr llauer the emi-
nent eiogt and member of the privy
oounrtl H dead.
Chicago. Marcti 21 Tommy Ilyun and
Billy SUft have been matched for a twn-
tv round contest t Davenport early In
Aih-iI. 'I hwy m.M at 161 pounds.
Buenos Ajre. March . The Argentine
transport Villa Iletna has been wrecked
in ratnerones bay between cape llaso nnu
cape De Itahlts northern Patagonia. No
hw if lie-- Is rp.r:d
llni-tsbtirg Pa March W.-Oovenror
Stone sent a communication to the house
today announcing his approval of tbe res-
olution designating May 1 1 as "'Dew-
i da- and a letwl hollda t
liHltlmore. Md . Mnrhc 21 Federal
edges Ooff nml Mrrlt filed a decree this
afternoon foreclosing the mortgage of
1888 on the Baltimore end Philadelphia
rallroud and ordering that the same be
Madrid. March 21-The queen regent has
ha stoned ie decree giving Jules Cam-
bon lrencJi ambassador at Wellington
full power to represent Sjialn at tho ox-
ohange of th ratrfloatlons of the treaty
o peace wMh the United States.
Toronto. Ont. Starch 21. Harry Ifla-
lock died here but night of paralysis.
In his day tie was one ot the best Jock-
eys In America. At one time he was the
chief Jockey for Pierre Lorlllard wiio
paid him J10.000 a year and allowed him
the privilege of taking other mounts
uinoom. Nebraska. March Si-Federal
Juda-e OarlatHl of South Dakota actlns
for Judge Munger of Nebraska this ev-
ening sentenced Frank M. Dorsey to irix
years In the pen at Sioux a'alte. rorsey
was convicted of wrecktaB the First Nat-
ional bank at Ponca Nebraska last fall
of which he was caelhler and manager .
Texarkana. Ark.. Mardh ll.-Last Satur
day a prominent planter nameu jnmes
Stockton of Little ltlver county Ark. was
murdered by a negro named General
Duckett. Today Duckwtt surrendered hlm-
seuf. saying he was near.y starved as he
hatl lieen 1n hiding since lie committed the
crime. He was taken from snenn jotinson
by a mob and within a few minutes his
dead body was dangnng from ti tree. He
confessed to the crime before he was
Houston Tex.. March 31 Tho Post will
tomorrow print a staff special from
Gainesville Texas Ir. whWh It Is dsllmte-
Iv and decisively announeod on i.uVion'.y
of himself that Congressman Joseph W.
Banev. democratic leader dn the late con
gress will be a candldato for Unl'ed
States senator to succeed Mr. CUll'ou
whose term expires March 4 1901. Mr
Ctiilton will also stand for re-olootlon and
there are also mentioned other promlnei.t
New York. March 21-Tom Sharkey's
manager announces tliat tho sailor turd
KM McCoy will fight at tlio Ionox Ath-
letic club late toi June.
The -ruil bout between Tom Sharkey
ui Ohorlev Mitchell ivhloli was to be
decided ot the Uollnabroke club of Urtwlon
.n May 38 3 been practically declare!
oft. os the club lias failed to post u ior-
v.nr Ton ami Danny Doutfhorty Hlflnod
articles today to fight twenty rounds at
ih Oreenwood Athletic club April 1 at
Oats Firm tfo 2 white 9Vi cents
Rye-Dull No 2 CiH eenta
nay steaay. cnce timoi.. mi du
choice prairie J7.IJP7 16
Butter Steady. Separator H19 cents
dairy 10 cents.
Eggs Dull. Fresh lOVfc cents.
Chicago March H.-Wheat-Cash; No 2
red. WffTOtt cents ; No. 3. C&S94 cents:
No. I hard (AM cents; No. 3 CS cents;
No. 1 northern spring CiVttJ0i4 cents; No.
2. OlffflJH cents; No. 3 spring eatiMSi cents.
Com Cash: No. J JWicentB No. 3 314
Oats No 3. 271.1 cer' Mo J 2W027 petit
$it--eWS" 4t-re4 H
I Flowers in
New York March 21. Cotlon The mar-
ket opened stendy with prices unchanged
to i nairns Wghor and ruled nulot active
during the forenoon. The fcod- of fluctu
ations however was very narrow limit
ed orders putting In an appearance on
all the declined and advancing tendendee
The English oables reflected a betted sit-
uation than the crowd had anticipated
conelurfrtng the weakness of yesterday
and were largely responsible for tho open-
ing Improvement here. Tho foreign ele-
ment were heavy sellers during tho early
part of the session offering the new
crop pofltlom in large blocks at prices
a shodo above lost nlght'n final figure
Wall street and local shorts absorbed tho
larger part of this cotton. New Orleans
bought the rwr positions and sol.l tho
new crop In a small way. After opening
atiS.68; touched $5.94; then ndveneed to
W.97. Estimates pointed to a larger move-
ment at tho portB fortho week than at
ImMonled continued frco receipt at nearly
all Interior towns.
Futures Opened steady. April JS.83;
May JS.E9; June (5.92; July (S.to; August
18 9S; September J5.91; October $5.92; Novom
ber J6.90; December J5.98; January JS.93.
New Orleans. March 21. Cotton steady
mid 5 11-16.
are only ono of tho
innumerable charms of
that biitninor-land which
thousands of winter
tourists find moro
delightful than the
Only 2H doys from
The California Limited
Santa Vc Route.
St. Louis anil
J. CORKINS Agent
I QUTHRin. o t. t
Tako the most popular route
Tho Frisco Line via
.m WICHITA ..
and all points East
and all points Noith ami West
Paienger train leaves Oklahoma C Ity
0- 15 a. m. arrives iu St. Louis the fol
train leaves St
15 a. Ill Pa-RPnircr
Louis nt 8 JO u m . ar-
Ht 1a)uU. March 21 The story ot P-n--in
Vahradlnk who Is at the olty !-
jltaJ suffering from a jirobattly fatal dose
of nariu green Is as sad as and Ir. many
respects resefbles the tale of Evangeline.
In her youth she had lived In a win 1
town In I'oland where she and her Hohojl-
ooy sweetheart had passed a hajvpy ohild-
liood. At eighteen In order to avoid the
hardships ol the army he came to Amer-
ica promJsMh 'to send for her when Ar-
tune should enable him to do so. A year
ago the hoped-for -me seemed to be at
hand. Frances reoelved a iolter teWng her
to come. On arriving at New York by
some aooident She had missed her lover
and learned that lie had left the nvetro
polls and journeyed west. Sine that time
she lias never ceased to search.
On getting to St. Ivouta she learned news
that led her to abandon all hope. In des
pair she took two doses of jiaris green
tKming to end tMtr soprow. She was taken
to the olty lioiHal.
I havo boon ailliotod with rhcuiua
Usui for fourteen years and nothing
seemed to givo any relief. 1 was ablo
to bo around all tho timo but was con-
stantly hufforltig. I had tried every-
thing I could bear of and nt last was
toid to try Chamberlain's Pain Halm
which I did and was imincdiutaly ro-
llovod and in a short time cured. I am
happy to say that it lias not since re-
turned. Joshua Kdgar tlormantown
Cal. For sale by all druggists.
SiiouUor Held Does Not Want
Boston March HI. A Globe interview
with Ames L. Allen seceretary of Speaker
Thomas I!. Reed at Alfred Me. today
contained the statement that "Mr. lteed
will never again be a candidate for tin
presidency of the United States."
Mr. Allen further said: "It Is Mr. Heed's
disposition to withdraw from polities n-
UreU With regard to the war with Spain Mr.
Itesd has been no more cunerat.o than
was l'resldent McKlnley at the beginning.
"As to the present war In the Phili-
ppines Mr. lteed Is simply dlsgusieA l'l
Rev. K. Kdwards pas'or of tho Kog-
llali Haptlstohureh nt Mluursvllle lu.
whon suffering with rhoumatism was
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. He says j ''A few applications
of this liniment proved of groat sorvlco
to me. It subdued tho lnllainmatlon
and relieved tho pain. Should any
sufferer profit ty giving Pain Halm a
trial It will please mo." For sale by
JteAuml Jtatrt to 1'nctjle Voatt l'oititt
Ktlcotlvo March 18th the following
second o'.ass passenger ratos will ap-
ply from (luthrle- San Francisco
Los Angelos and other California
points taking same rate will bo S3 10.
Portland Seattls Taoomu and other
Oregon points taking saiuo rate will be
8-12 u5. For furthor particulars call on
A.J. Corklns Agent Santa Fe routo.
Ojjfiiitif of the Vrescmt ilotcl.
On February 33rd Mr. J. C. Plank
will formally open the Croscont hotel
at KurokfcSprings Ark. for the season
of 180. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to the general publio to attend.
A special rato will bo made for this
ocats'on. For further Information call
on or address the nearest 'Frisco agent
or II. V. Dun. T. V. and 1. A.
OUlahomo Olty 0. T
HllVAN ah'VDKlt Q. P. A.
St. Louis Mo.
rilE WOK lil)S MARKETS.
March M. Flour steady and
St. I -on In
Wheat options strong fractional high-
er; spot strong; No. 2 red cash elevator
70; track 72; March 70V4; May 72 bid;
July W bid; No. 2 hard Clfl.
orn option fractionally hlirhori spot
stronger: No. 2 cash 28; traooK SUiflfc;
March 33 b4d; May 3SK; July 3J.
OatsopMons llrm; upot dull; No. 2 oash
274; track SsV4: March Wis bid; May 27U;
July 23H bid; No. 2 whlto 3ii.
Flaxseed nominal 11.13.
Ilutter firm; creamery 122 cents; dairy
Kggs firm 10 oents.
HpeJter llrm J0CBC9.10.
Pork steady; standard nVeiw jobbing
Lard iulet; prime steam Ja; oholce J5.07
Dry salt meats boxed shouldors $4.28;
extra shorts JI.76; ribs J1.S7V4; shorts $.600.
Itacon boxed shoulders JRi extra. ehqrtg
15.26; rllis J5.ITH: shorts I5.TO.
' CHICAGO LIVkSTOCIC
Chicago March Jl.-Cattle Tho small
supply of cattle today wero easily dispos-
ed f t hIbbiIv nrloee. Fanoy cattle
oi'ougnt 6.euu; onoice istcers v.N.t
S.7S: msdluin stcors J1.750C.OO beef steers
M.90cM.7O: stockers nnl feedora J3.S0ffI.75;
India lx.MsBl.00: OOWH Wild llolfors $3 30
i.: WMttrn fed steers JI.2COB.C0; Texas
steK-rs J3.60O4 90 ealves J3.S0fT0.SS.
Hogs There was a good local ehlpplng
demand for hogs and the late decllno was
fully recovered. Fair to choice $3.?7V4Ci3 90;
packing lots J3.S0eja.76; mixed J3.5563.S0
butchers J3.u0O3.tS; Hghta J1SBCS.S2H; pigs
Sheep Trade In sheep was brisk anl
rlues remanled Mfady; otjmpon to phojpe
sheep brought JH2e08.78; lamps j.:an.wi.
Iteoeipts-cattle 200; llO(e 21 000; ahum
KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK.
Kansas City. March 21. Cattle receipts
8.000 natives; LOW Texans. Liberal supply
o. native steers largely of good quality.
Kxporla steers and the most desirable
bunches o fdrcesed beof steers shade high
er Common grades steady; light supply
of Tvxons and rather inferior In quality!
prices trifle stronger. Jfeavy natives
sieers 16.1W'- V) medium steers $1.6006.18;
light w4gMM JI.3oet.S0; Blockers ond
feeders J3.7S06.2S; butohor cows and heif-
ers J3.1SOt.K; canners Jt.36QM.lS- wostorn
steers J3.WtX.90 Texans J3.S09I.40.
Hos receipts 13.760. Trade was fairly
ood; supply mainly oommon Jiallty. All
desirable droves sold tt itteady prices.
Oomiiion mixed ot sliade lower; havies
JH.6S0a.tt; mixed Jil.lSOa.T3Hl Unlt weights.
Sbeep receipts 2.4J0. Iight supply most
ly muttons of good quality. Trade acUvo
at strong price. No Colorado lambs of-
fered. Natives lambs JS.0OS5.15: yearling
stockers and feeders J2.750i.26; cutis 11.50-tf
Bt. Ixuls. March 21. Wlveat-Cloee-liWher
No. 2 red cash olevator. 1iVi cents
truck 72 cents; March TOV4 cents; May 72H
cwnts Md; July 06 oents bid; No. 2 t-ard
corn lugnw. ssa caifi corns.
track. MViOSm cents; March 33 cents.
May 32 cents Ofked; July 3t oents
Oats-iiUrher. No. 2 cash. I1i cents;
track UmaVi oonU; Moroh ?.V4 oents bid;
May V cents bid; July Selx cuts bid.
No. white SOU oents.
' KANSAS CITY.
Kansas cety March 21. Wheat-May
advanced cent to 61S oents; decline to
Hi omits; July oold up oeits to 614
osms. una aeonned to ti convi; casn
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First Published Iu Dally Leader March 10.
To Whom It Mav Concern -
Notice Is hereby given that Felix Adler
nas tnis ear tiled nls petition to fell at re
tall spirituous villous and malt Uuuors In
Guthrie Logan county Oklahoma and that
umchg omeciion ud nicu ou or L'ciore ine
soth day of March A. D. 18941. said petition
win oe grauiea. 11 i. aiuktu.n
uuthrie Qkia March 16. lew. County Cl'k.
First Published in the Dally Leader March
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that J. H. Vande-
venter has this day Hied bis petition to sell
at retail spirituous vinous ana malt liquors
In Orlando Logan county Oklahoma. And
iu. unless oojeciion oe nicu on til Pviorg
the 30th day of Mari-h A. D. Vu) laid jkjij.
tlon will bo granted. It l'.MOllTON
Uuthrie. OkM-. Marth is m county eric
Cures Impotency.NItht Emissions and
wasting diseases all effects of 6elf-
abuse or excess and Indis-
blood liulltlcr. Brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the lire of youth.
By mall fiOc per lox: J boxes
for $ti.50; with a wrlttpn giiaran-
teo to euro or roluil tlio money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton Jackson Sts. CHICACO ILL.
For sale by WALLACE & MULLKR.
DruRSltti Guthrie. O T.
First Published In The Dally Leader March
To Whom It May C02--"--
Notlro I hereby elven thltH. 0. Herbert
has this dav tiled hl lietltlouto sell at re-
tall spirituous vinous and malt llqkors In
Quthrle Logan com ty Oklahoma ana that
unless objection be nl-d on or befcy the
3Ht day ot March A. D. 'tW. sabl vetUlou
will be granted. It. l. MOB'VON.
QuthrU'.OkU .March la.lbW. County CI k.
First published in the Oklahoma Leader
March U 10.
To whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that Charles Howe
has this day filed bis petition to sell at retail
spirituous vinous ami malt liquors In (Sutli
rle. Locan county. Oklahoma and that un
less objection be Hied on or before the Sifth
day of March A. 1). 1899 said petition will be
graniea. it. i'. muiviu.i
Outhrlc Okla. March 18 1K.
First Glass in Eyory Respect
Day Hoard by tho week or month at
reasonable rates Well vontilatod
GUTHRIE MARBLE WORK'
interest to you
wno nave iriends resting In tbo tomb.
It is a home es.ablishment shipping
direct from tho 'the quarrie marble
and granite! Foreign ugonts show
you a large floe pioture and usk you
to sign a binding order for a poor do-
sign and grado at double price cover-
ing their wages and expenses. Nearly
all the work in tho Guthrie comotcry
was done by us.
SUTTON'S MARBLE YARD
T B. FAIKFIELD
TRANSFER AND COAL.
OFFICE AND YARDS:
500 West Harrison treet.
. . . TELEPHONE ?0
L. HAYHES BUXTONM M D.
GUTHRIE O. T.
All Medical and Surgical Diseases of
the Eye Ear Noso and Throat
Flnt published In the Dally Leader March
0 AVhom It May Concern-
Notice Is hereby given that Mack Weston
has this day tiled his petition to sell
at retail spirituous vinous and mall liquors
In Orlando Logan county Oklahoma and
that unless objection be tiled on or before
the nth day of March. A. X. 18S said
petition wilt be granted.
It. P. MOuTON. Countc niet-V.
Guthrie QVIa.-. Feb. S low
All Work Promptly
llailrond Timo Tables.
A. T. A; S. F.
SOUTH HART AND WF.ST
No. I Uuthrie
8 -so am
SOUTH SOUT1IKAST AND WKST
K flty I
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10 00 pm
1:15 pm I 1:15 pm
10:47 pm) 11:15 pm
I w 00 am
Airlve I Arrwe
FtWorth i Uaives n
0:S5"pm I 9 05 am
8:05 am 0.3s pm
A. J. COHKLNS Agent.
0. & G.
Lv St Louis
Lv. Ft. Smith
Ar. South McAlester
Lv. South McAlestei
Lv. Sluwneo .
Ar. Oklahoma rity
Lv. Oklahoma city
Ar. Rt Keno
Lv. Kt llono
Lv. I!l Iteno Jet.
S. 15 tim
J 10 pm
" 15 pm
o 31 pm
0 30 am
10 37 am
m : pm
Lv. Rl keno Jit
Lv. 1:1 Ileno
Ar. Oklahoma Oily.
Lv. Oklahoma City.
Ar. Shawnee... .
Ar. houth McAlester.
Lv. S01 th McAlester
Ar. Ft Smith . . .
Ar. St. Louis
V 91 am
V 31 am
4 55 pm
0 03 pm
7 35 pm
For an? lurthtr Inlnrmation address
J F.HOLDEN Traltlc Mnr.
South McAlester I T
Quthrle lodge No.
1 uunuay evesl:
victor uiock corner First and Harrison.
Hge No. I a. O. V W
7 M m
ayeveslugot each week at
Visiting Workmen always welcome
P- BAItUKK.M. W
C. J. TUOHY. Ilecorder.
Guthrie Lodge No. X K. of P meets or-
cry Mondav at 7 3olu their nail tn the Vir
tor block coiner First and Harrison Visit
lng Knights are always welcome
tHAS 1'ONP. P C
t' A HVKIIS. M of I' and K ot K s
Quthrle Lodge No.. I 0 o.
Monday night eft-acii uoek at 7 30.
Odd HnllnirtB nlu-nvu .!...
O WHItUCH. Secretary
Oklahoma Lncampment No 1.1 O O K.
meets every Tuctday evening Iu odd hei -lows
hall at 7 30. All vUltlng patriarch
welcome. K UnTKHIlUSCll.C V
11. I STUOUQII Scribe.
HartranftPostNo. 3 a A n meets oa
Qrsit anrt tblrd Saturdays in each mnnla at
7:o p. m in probate court room VIsIUdk
comrades always welcome.
au.tnre ""P Nc Woodmen of the
Vr.lllm.ee?e?.ry Mnil?Tnl8htln the K
of P. hall Visttlnc Woodmen are welcome
Quthrle Lr-dce No. a. A. v am o-
ular meeting third Tuesday evening In each
All brethren cordially
month at 8 o'clock.
tuvtted to attend.
II. F ARDERY Sec.
COniClNS.W. M. '
O. It M. meets every Tuesday (night la
wiiiu cuieis aiwa's welcome
I. OHKHnV Chief of Uecords.
!4 of P hall. VUltln
Naomi Rebekah Lodge Na 2. 1. O. O v..
meets every Friday evening at 7 30 in tho
Od 1 Fellows' hall in the Weinberger build
lng Visitors welcome
SARAH 11ATBS N G
KATE M'WETIIY. Sec.
To whom It may concern. - -
Nollce is hereby given thai E Kitterbusctj
andU Kltteruusch have this day tiled their
petition to sell at retail spirituous vinous
and malt liquors In Guthrie Logan county
Oklahoma ana that unlesa objection be tiled
on. ?r t?.!?re QX.f day ot Mari o. A. u.ltw
sal.' uctltlon will be traiird
...r. - 't " -t r-
March 8 lKwi
MosTOJJ County tlerk.
To Whom it May Concern
Notice U here' given that Arthur 4 Clark
have this day tiled tbetr petition to sell at
retail spirituous vinous and malt liquors In
i.ui-iiuu.L.uau county uKiauoma.anainac
unles objection be Med on or before the
JSd day q( March A. D. lfW. said lietltion
will lis granted.
Outbrle Okla March T. S3 1693.
It. p. MORTO.NCouaty CUrk
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 257, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 22, 1899, newspaper, March 22, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74489/m1/2/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.