The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 286, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 26, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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THJC LADR. GOTHIUK" OKLAHOMA
Entered In the pnstofnrc at dulhr c Okla.
as second claw mall matter
Official Paper of Oklahoma Territory.
FCUMSHKI) IIY THIS I.KAUKK PRINTING
COMPANY STATU PitlNTERS
1G MHUOK. IMItoninil Mnnnccr.
Oyjlctnl -rt(i o (HilitltiiHiti Vlmnwruef.
Sl'HM UIITION KAIi:
One mouth ill ltv mltn city
One month lv mail
WEDNESDAY Ai'WI 2n. !.
Metllnu of Okiahoma I'rrti At'ochtlhiii.
Pursuant to instrno ioiiu of the Ok-
lahoma press association In sctslon nt
Guthrie January 11 ItfOT the nnnnal
meeting of the wwocitillon is hereby
called to meet in fsaruian Oklahoma
May 11 1S09 at " o'clock p in for tin
purpose of ttnnsactli p such business
as may properly como before the asso-
ciation T. II. CAUri'KLL
Lon Whobton President.
Program next week
Tiik El llono Supper nail bogs por-
tion for prophesying a fallitra of the
peach crop and says "never worpthu
trees so loaded with healthy buds "
V. K OlM.kTT of Kl Ueno has re-
signed as attorney of tho KarmorV
Mutual Indemnity Association because
tho salary Is too groat. Such conduct
is inadmissible in a properly regulated
Joun Collins In the Lsavonworth
penitentiary for the alleged killing of
his father has bean detailed as clurk
and stenogrcpher in the Harris shoe
manufactory where u only has to pat
in about two hours a day.
Tub Ardmorc Ardmorelte says tho
peach crop ol tho Indian Territory is
almost a failure. This will be bad for
that territory but will bo good for
this Tho same paper says tho plum
crop is all right. This is good for that
territory and bad for this.
AN ITNUiUTftFOL MlbS
Tun political degeneracy of the Re
publican party was never more fully
illustrated than in the case of the ap
pointment by the Republican govern
or of Pennsylvania of ex-Scnutor Quay
to a seat in the United States senate.
Hardly had the verdict of tho jury
been read when the appointment was
telegraphed over the country. When
the fact is considered that Quay's ac
iiulttal was largely duo to technicali-
ties of the law and that more than one
halt of the people of his own state
liellevo him to bo guilty the act of the
Republican governor looms up as a
feature of Republican polities with a
sting in It.
Tho Indian Territory papers sav
thero Is lllcoly to bo a great dual of
trouble and coinplloationi gronlng
out of tho Dawos allotments In the
Creek nation Sometimes two or
more allottees hold certificates to the
same piece of ground and again an
allottee with his cortiQuate In his
pockot goes to his designated allot
ment only to find some other man on
It with he improvements which ho has
been making for years and of eourse
ho refuses to vacate. Then tho In-
dian Is fust learning tho white man's
ways In locating his homostead and
when ho finds a One location well im-
proved ho slips off to tho source of tl
ties and often gota tho certificate and
the first notice tho rancher has ho Is
told to move. Then trouble begins.
O.lttltllU) IT TOO h'llt.
If tho teb graph can bo rolled upon
for giving tho faots fow crimes of a
more fiendish charaoter wore ovur per-
petrated on oartti than that whleh
occurred in tho lynehlng of Sam Hose
at Newman (Joorgla last Sunday.
Hose deserved doath. He was unfit
to cumber the earth and his doath
was u fitting scjuol to the flendlfihness
of his crime. While all this is doubt
lets true tho mob whluh Mllod him
rosortud to tho most atrocious ucU of
bmtallty and mutilation of tho body
before and after his death aud for
this no measure of eansuro is too se-
vere. Act of brutality however
diabolical tho crime for whloh they
are inflicted oan never bo Justified.
In the sober heoontl thought of tho
tho people of Newman doubtless they
t00 realign the horror of their own
acta In tho mutilation of the man's
TIIK TltO I II HOI. 1)11 TOI.lt.
The following short editorial from
tho Kansas City Tituos is so full of
truth and so appropriate and of such
treoscendsut Intorost to every ontor-
prlslngnewspapor whloh keeps abreast
of tho times that tho Lkadkii trans-
fers It bodily to lib columns :
In gathering editing and publishing
u tho news of tho day every uewspapor
at times makes mistakes It Is not
j hurprlslng that this Is bo when tho
vast amount of matter which must be
written edited and printed each day
Is taken into consideration Tho news-
paper whloh has done an unintentional
wrong- if it be an honorab'o journal
will seek by every legitimate means to
correct any fuuo or defamatory stele-
menu It hrc made When It does that
It Is entitled to tho same consideration
as the man who unintentionally doe
l Iiu neighbor a wrong and is manly
enough to confess his error aud pub-
Jlely apologize for it before his nelgh-
uor uas complained.
Urn Hoi lion .Mnkcs Serious
Clmrgos Against Ilor llono
Wichita. Kane April Js (Special)-.
Mis ro BelHen 1io wm a. student In
Mw My. welt known among the young
people flgircnl In a case that tia a
cnvit.nnnl Interept In Southern ICaisai
atirf Oklahoma Her nurH'fi husband ?l-
ester Lawrence of th Osage NaMon
unit Miss IMtleu to Wichita to tip edu-
cated at his o.n expense Because of
I hie Vlmln.ii. tip mm within hair's
breadth of going to the penitentiary for
Iht h'tler part of Ms Mfe..
Hi.-tcr I.awrence was taken to Ar-
kinsaa City on March 31 on a requisit-
ion granted by Oovemor Ilarnes In Okla-
notna to answer the charge of rap Mpon
ari TVPIeu It teems Mint last slimmer
Mi Irttrn ice secured a divorce from
hir Nishnd In th courts of Pawhusk-i.
Aft. r i while Mr. Tawrence marts a show
iik 'hit he had ben deterred from mak-
im in-wer to the divorce case by the
ihri; 'hat he would he arrMed on it orim
inl i'en and uiion tmt sliowlni the
il-orre wii et ashle.
Mr I iKWf tnn wewt to A kan-ns
in Hh Or.i Heltlfti her niece and n
i rint wm limio.1 for hl arrest Oc-
nhor X 18S and the crime charxed w
ntntutorv rnpe. The complaint was
sworn and elgned to by Oro Ilellleu.
The. case was tried at Arkansas Cliy
v sterdny and the following facts brought
Ora Teli'ii was tho first xUneii t"-
nn n.ed ly liie latc and ahe staled that
S le ihc a attem'kig; s sch.o' l.i
Ulchlia '1 1WS her uncle went to in
Kthool and got her to take her homo far
the purpose of apendlff the ImlMars
They Mayed over nlirhl at the OliiHtino
hotel In this city both ocrupyHa; the.
uime room ani kd. At lhl llnu she
was between twelve ami tYrtei jears
of are. St 10 also ntnted thai In June IS'.i
etie came to this city In company with
her undo Mr. lAwronee ami thay Btop-
ped at the St Charles hotel Here slm
soys he again committed the crlmo he
is chsr1 with Her testimony was eon
eldernblr mixed up semlah JttISC 1KWJI
nlder&bly mixed np and frtie did not ttem
at all certain upon any of the essential
lolnls She akl ahe had teld hor aunt
the story In March 188
The deftmdant's first witness was ISd
II .smcr. the landlord of the St. Charier
hotel. His 'ntlmony was In regard to tho
ro.iip cci'p'el by the defendant Kt the
lime the crime l aald to have been com
mitted His testimony supported by Mrs.
Ilosmer who testified later completely
upset the theory that a crime was com.
r-'tted at fiat time.
Judge Kemp of Pawlmskn wm called
nnd estlfled that lie wroto the affidavit
nhlcb was presented to the court and
that the Rlrl dictated to him. The affi-
davit was denied by the girl sho saying
i hat she did not know what It contained
but that she had signed and sworn to It
Kim ply because she was told that H vran
i' jiaper to clear 1ier reputation. Tho nffl-
luvlt iilntfn that Sylvester and his wife
MafTKle Iawrenoe her fathers' slater.
had taken her when she was only about
two years old and that her aunt Mr.
Lawrence hod mamaired and instruotod
r ever since that time nml by threat!
to denlroy her by hor aunt she consented
t say that liT uncle had seduced hor.
The affidavit eaya tliat from hor mrmlleat
cMUHiood her undo had nlwayg been
kind and Hentle to her and never offared
to touch her but that a number of time
he had defended her from her aunt. The
xtatctnent was only made out of fear of
h-r aunt and was untrue. It also aald
rtld that she never belfeved her aunt so
bad until her trial In the Pawns court
with her uncle.
Judi-e Kiitp stated that he drew up
the paper and reaU It over to the girl
i wire before it mm signed and sworn
io by her.
Mrs. Ijewls mother and AW M. Lewis
-tipfather of Ora were present at Mie
i me the paper was signed and their tes
timony showed that tlta paper had been
ad over twice before it was signed and
hat It was signed of her own (re will.
A reporter talked with a number of
r. eMont of the Osage country who are
acquainted with .11 fbe parties In the
ras. Miid their opinions snould taw eoino
weight. Most of them think the case wna
brought only to jjet Mr. Lawrence out
if the way aud to add to Mrs. Itwrenoe
ohanre of getting a divorce. The case
wa undoubtedly the result of a success
ful "rtbblntr" solieme by mrtles who
were Interested In a downfall of Mr.
iJiwnsnoe. Severs) trimatlniml facta could
be piibllel.ed In eomieetlon wMh this ease
hould thee oca alon Ownand It. nut nn
Judge Dunn aald before giving his de-
rUlon. '"jHiere has tiiMlenbtadly baen a
itnib committed and a inueh graver on
than the one charged."
Judge Dunn otsoilee.! i.e ease ngalnat
If your Iimt is nut of nnlrr causing
Itilmuiipss Sirk Ilendnchc Jleart-
bum ( r ('inlipntion tnke n dose of
On n tiling u.'l In. in rr-m tir ilt-
pchtm iK tii- will In it ill ili-il nml
Mm will 1m liri lif ii tm hii'1 r nd
for in Kind 'f nml.. 'Huh lias
lifrti the rxpiiiiiicf f illitrs it
will be nir. HOOlt'S TILLS are
sold l till medicine ilcali li. !5 cts.
CAL'TAIN Will UK
lotllutIon In Porlo Klco.
Washington April J6 an. Hoy Stone
ami tne members of the executive com-
mittee of the national Hel Croia called
upon h president tuday to my before
him a plan for the relief of soiiu of the
destitute In l'orto 11 loo Over 1'W.lWQ of the
natives deuordlng to Dr. Henna navo
bot-n wtthoui. bread and meat ror Jx
weehii and are on the verge of atarva-
tlon. Qen. Orunt haa reported 3 deaths
from starvatton In a aingla province Tha
aid the mtiUary authorities In Porto lUco
were able to give the native In the way
of lUtrlbutlon of rations and enjoyment
un the luads baa been greatly reJuctd
slnctt tlte free distribution of ration wns
usended and some of the Iorto lllcan
Haulers and merohants have dvl-l n
wiheine wlilch they bellew will affoid
much relief to the destitute and at the
same time serve them by Introducing
lrto Itloaii good In American markets
The price of ooffee In l'orte Hloo Is wy
w on account f the large crop In
Oraxli and tliey offer to oontrlbui u
targe amount to be a old in this country
through the agency of the ned Oroas.
ne proceeds to go toward the relief of tho
".weweu upon the Liand. Ttx l'orti 111-
can steaiihp company Iws offered to
carry tliaae eonUtlrtitkiM fro. m..... .
..(r. j .. v
Z2l "-nnuate oryatal wwri tTviK
Iewrvea cigars clgftrot6-f rte .
sugueat tha -1 of these produc at cof-
fee rooms to be eataWUilwJ in the pnn-
eliwl cities by the h.d Cro. vZy a.
-ire that the eharhabl. cent rltw: tons
ail he admitted to this country fi.e
of duty Ttie uentrilmlers of these aril-
ces liope to profit ater by .he Introdiw-
"lr pneducls In i.w...
Kilters n Protest .A gainst tlio
Promotion ol'Ue.11. .Mi I lor.
WasMngton April 8-Captnln O V
Wilde U. 8. N. o ft lie U B. fl. Hoitun
ha piotested against the promotion of
t'olonel Miller to a brlgadlo- aTtiicrabthiD
as a reward fr the capture .f Hollo It
apt ears that this capture ni i Tecled
cntltil by naval porcos und? the cim-
M.n.d r' Oaptaln Wildr and il nrns n.it
until h.fll the capture hud b" 'ii cffctol
that the pmoe was turned ovr t ' olimel
Miller win. up Io that lltii" n id no.iilig
to do with Its capture. ThN action H in-
dorsed by Admiral Dewev.
Paptnln Wtlde's protest came too late
to be effective Colonel Miller wai
promotod to a brigadier general February
lKtti In recognition of his service In the
capture of Hollo and was retired In that
grade March 17 by ojH-natlen of law on
account of age. He was In command of
the explitlon sent from Manila f.r th"
capture of Hollo and the cruisers Un-
ion ami Petri I were yent with him t
render assistance While th vessels o'
the expedition Were lln off the po-
the natlvcr began to stronth-n t'i Ir
defenses and flrd sveral ilmts at thn
Petrol which vessel was anchored near-
est the shore. The commander of the
small warship aaked nnd received permis-
sion of Captain Wilde of the Boston to
respond. At this time according to naval
advices General Miller's army transports
were far otu In the roaiVtead Without
communication to General Mlluler this
two warships opened on the shore bat.
torlee and soon silenced them Lieutenant
N'lblach of the Uoston landed with a bat.
tallon of murines and sailors and took
possession of the twn. The ycaptured the
Insurgents Hags on the Governor hous
and tho batteries and turned the city
over lo General Miller on his arrival nti
hour or so later. They kf-pt the captured
Haas however. In spite of Oenfral Mil
ler's demand for them This Is the naval
jitory of the capture of Hollo. The official
report first made of tliat engagment w.n
made by General Miller to the war de-
partment and simply announced the mir-
render of that city to the American f.i
ces under hie commond without rotc
Inot particulars. Acting upon this reput
and In view of the fact tliat Gener il
Miller had but n few weeks more to
serve on the active list the president ap-
pointed him to a vacancy then existing
!i the list of brigadier generals He M
now on his way home from Manila ivid
Is expected to reach Snn. I'ranelsco in n
Fryo on tho Pliiiinnliios.
New York April W.-The World says.
Senator Pry was linked last night what
'he thought would be the reeult of tho
Oagblan Incident. He said:
"Jt may lesult unpleamntly for C.ipt
Coghlan but I have no Idea a war with
Germany will be the outcome If Germany
ehould wage war on the United Stutci
elle would kwe her beat customer ami
would have a revolution on Jier 'linnrtt ni
Imme wltlHn six mouths
"I believe that Seaker Heed intends to
resign. I have been satisfied on .bat
score for some time.
"In my opinion Mr Iteed's retlrem.nt
Is actuated solely by a desire to Improve
lrta fliwnctal condition and he thinks
there Is a better oliance to do so In New
Vnrlr tlua.. I. r.i. ......
...... ...... .. twjll. J won't V
Mr Heed haa not nki a iuihii
"l"1 winuwani ami realize that
iwk oners many oiiportunliles for
"The situation in the Philippines is not
nearly so good as I should like to It
When we were in Purls no one connected
with the commission hstleved that more
Uinn B.0OO soldiers would 1m? needed theru
nt any tlmo.
"I beHeve the I'ilhilnoa will un !.-
that the American governors nre not like
.... nimnian predeeessors. Te Idea Is
a false one. I nni In lwpe tliat the troub
- um isianiia will ooneome to an
com I II If ureal. loiwlat ....
imlgtl. I have IMH Klveil t munh ..
lon. In my opinion Ilryan nlM be nom-
nitweu uy me (leinoerats
"i'ree sliver wttl certainly be an le
If Ilryan lias ib wav. l.nt i i. .
lief 1(wt the Issues of the wsr wtt'be the
features of the next preeldenUal cam-paigti.
What wlH the senate 1. i.
Quay? I can aot speak for aj of The
FOUR OF A KIND
FOUR Bio DRIVES THIS WEEK IN MEN'S SUITS
From Friday the 21st to Friday the 28th we offer four of the best bargains
ever offered in this city.
5.00 bargains in Suits are cheap at S 7.50
7.50 bargains in Suits arc cheap at 10.00
10.00 bargains in Suits are cheap at
12.50 bargains in Suits are cheap at
These Suits are all this spring's prodects not old plunder or bankrupt stuff
that has been pelted from pillar to post. . Come and investigate for fit style and
finish. These goods are superior to any send-off tailored book work at a big
saving to you.
The largest stock of new-style Hats to select from in the city from the
cheapest to the best Stetsons.
LEVY'S BEE HIVE
OKLAHOMA AND FIRST STREETS
GUTHRIE O. T.
frt-iiifrfr.fr.lti-liiiiil .K l .t. . .. .!.
lyusiungion. April at-PresUeii' Irfles-
Ift of Costa JUob celled liifornmlty on
Prosldsnt McKlnloy at th' Win nie
toda. Ife was aamian I ij t-.uri.tu
Hay and was reaelvtid In the blua pr-
Lincoln. N.b. April 15-Uaut Col.
George It Colton of the 11 rat Nehrn.v-A
relmnt recommended by aovernor
Poynter as Ooluntl Stotsenburg's lueaas.
or was a banker at David City prior to
leaving for Manila. He Is at years old
nnd married. lie represented Putlor ootin
in the lilature fix years ugo. He
is ry popular with Ws regiment and
has a record &s a laetful
Upon Lottor to tho Czar.
IndlanaiKHIs. April. S-May Wright
SewelL honorary president of the Nat-
tonal council of women of the Untied
States and vice president of the Inter.
Eatlonal council of women lias addresc
ed a letter to Ui czar of ltuai. H..nt
lug him In the name of th0 l.lUK we.
meu of H. UnRed States Included la the
memlieniliHi of the council for hi
In calling a convention for the repreeen
titlvee of al Inatlous to consider the Jti-
armament of the armies of tho world.
in her letter Mrs. Sewell says:
"The women of the eounoil betuv
that whatever is most promotive at ih.
beet Interests of one nation must In th
end secure tie highest Interests of all.
They n the malutnance and enlarg-
meat of tiie present standing army of the
world a menace to the highest ctiUlu-
Hon to the fineat culture ami to the .
allzatlon of christian IdeaU. They there-
fore unite in the desire tfeat hie majes-
ty's motive In convening a conference to
consider disarmament way reeeive the
most generous tntenirelallen. They ual'e
In the hoie that his majesty In the xe.
eutluon of his benevolent designs may
enjoy the co-operation of governments c
all civilize! eountrles tarouHtuMit the
FeBikln Chock Iln!or.
Milwaukee Wis. April St-Mrs. llhmla
Ilallltom. u. MHwaukoe woman who ems
a largo nmualnUince in thu iy and
Htate was arrulgned in Hie munlolMl
oourt at OstikoeJi this morning dmrgwl
w-Hh mhilng two checks of lis and S.
to J10.000 and ISsVOcO reootlvely The
name signed to tho cheeks li tliat Jf Jos
ep)i Strlnglrum u wealthy resident of
Oshkoeti who was at one lime a prom-
inent banker In lluifolq N. Y He U en
old man nnd Mrs. Itallhorn Is iniM tu h(
ds neivo. Hhe was reloasod on Si.000 ball
and daring land will have a otdlmlnary heurlng on
31A11C1LLNU IN JIU1)
Uain Storms Imyetlo tho Pro-
press of IiiiAvton's Arm j'.
Manila April 2S lu 30 a m Although
I he sticky condition uf tho ground due
lo the rain siorin eeriously luieded lis
progress Utneral itwton'H column Ion
Ban JutM tuduj and Is xKctfd to reach
Norxagny this evening Colunel Bum-
mers Is marcnlng across f.om llocava
with two tiuttullons from the Uregon and
Minnesota regiments three troop of cav.
airy and iare guns. In the moat time
General McArihur's division 1p In front of
Oalumplt pn-imrlng to attack ... rebel
stronghold and (leneral Hale with aev.
Iiral guns is threatening the enemya
A few rvbels between N'ovalleliee and
'I.aljiiia have jierstHtently iuterferrd
with telegraphic communieatlons but the
signal corps have renainm the breaks
und caittureil several prisoners.
A small liody of rebels at Tkktay was
discovered this iivornlng by the armoreil
launch Katildan. A few aJiots scattered
the tviftla and drove them Inlaud from the
lake. All is quiet along General Hall's
and Clenerul Ovenshtne's tines.
New ork April .-V OUpaton to the
Herald from Manila says that In Gener-
a! Hull' advance on Calumplt nfty Pill
plnos and one American were .ied.
Munilu. April K.-Ueneral Hale at 4
o'clock yewerday afternoon had crossed
ih Uugbag and had reached a position
at a quarter of a mile from Calumpit thu
commanding the ford. I rlsonere captur.
ed h Utneral Hale's troops say that Ag.
ulnaldo. Qeneral l.una and the Iitllmilo
staff are at Calumplt with a groat foroe
f J' illplno troops.
Hffuru dny light the lurth cavalry
with three guns belonging to tho Utah
butwry the Nebraska regiment and the
lwa rtgtment under Hale were pro-
ceeding in iu direcUon of Kulnohua.
where the Bsgttag 1 fordable but.com.
mandede by trenches.
During ti.e afternoon tlie trope crossed
Qenaral Mac Arthur and Whsaton
with the Montana regiment advanced to
the w-ft of the ralroad and the Kansas
regiment moved forward to . e light
north of Mallolos Tlisy had wit them a
hng supply train with two armed cars
In frt.nt carry two Oatllng ami Colt's
rapid firing guns and the slx.pounder
nmen um uch execution at th capture
The Insurgents attempted to destroy the
rmirouu lu-iage outside of Oalumpli. and
succeidtd badly warplag the Iron frame
work. As oon aa the soldiers left the
Kilininu mpital the natives began lloek-
Ing in. as they did at Santa Cruz batons
the um boHt of tleueral Ijtwton's exedl
tlon had sailed
Our aamy i compelled to abandon all
towns when an outward movement Is eom.
roenfid because of Insuffiolent men to
garrlaon theoi. This gives the KUipIno
lead. a framework upon which toslulii
storlea of American dnfeat.
The American commanders have left
gleat Ktolvj at rtaa al MalnLu n.ki..t.
Hey liue bten dUtrtbutilitr to th- r-
.li und tiinamen dally of whoei thore
w.r bnie twj of hree hundred nearly
4i: ot w.iom remained during the occupa.
.In. but who fallowed tl Amertoeu ar-
ii y out f the place or who tooU trains
K"iig in the direction f Manila tearing
the mitlw wuid km tBWJIi -rhaae r-Xu.
g. ln.lu.led vuote of the wealthles. ..i.
'in .f Hie 1M Major den. Mul-
f n. ... i.n-ra! UaftoB's stafi'. U In t .m
maud .f ii Nebraska regiment
V aeUiagiou April S The fUljwtnc
h Wen received at the war department
from OeneMl Otis:
Manila. April a Adjutant Qensral at
vtaeiilngton Hale's brigade. Mao Ar-
Qulnqua river yesterday to vicinity Cal-
umplt now Joined Wheaton'n brlgado j.i
the left lnk. Halo encountered florce
opiKisltlon driving enemy with heavy lo
taking his intrenchments in flincl
ILiIl's casualty six killed twelvo wuiiii-
dod T1k division lias now Invest" 1 '"al-
umplt which will be taken today. !
ton with a part f his command reach
Nnrs.tgaray this evening where he will
be polntd with center column from Bar-
celona. Extreme heat rain bad road
made the march very difficult He Iim
not met opiMwltlon since leaving Nova-
lichee enemy retreating hlB front. Sou.h
of and near Manila enemy haa a fi-cc
of 4000 making demonstrations dally can
be easily taken care of It cannot con-
munlvate with north Ilsl of casual Mi
of day before yesterday cabled today.
(Sign- d ) OTPJ.
New York April 25 A dispatch to the
Herald from Manila says:
The movement of the American farce
on Calumet lias begun. Gemral IfalVn
brigade crossed the river at Qulnqua. and
moving down the bank of the river to-
ward Calumet Many Insurgents were
driven from in front of the line of march.
Fifty of the enemy were killed while the
American loss was only one killed. It Is
reported that General Mao Arthur with
Wheaton's brigade and armored train
Is waiting at Malotas for the slrntegle
moment for an advance on Calumet This
advance from Maloloa 1 momentarily ex-
pected to begin
The town of Maloloa will be evacuated
only the railway station being held.
The natives are returning there In great
numberti. All are profeeel non-combatants.
The arn y gunboats being unable to
descend the river to eo-ojwrate in the
movement on Calumplt have returned Is
.Too Wolcot Doos Creedon
New York April Nearly S.OOu sports
assembled at the Ie.-vox athletic olub ot-
nifcht In the hope of seeing a rattling
bout between Joe Walcott and Dan
Creedon. They were matched to go 80
rounds at catch weights but although
Creedon weighed It pounds more than
bis opponent the negro mini short work
of him. With a left and two right smash-
es on the Jaw Walcott floored Creedon
The third time the Australian went
down he was "dead to the world" and
WalcoL wa declared the winner the
cheer of his backers who had won a p.it
of money on the result.
The bout lasted onlv a m.nute and flf.
teeti econds and as the opening mill
was ended with a knockout also in the
f. st round the club patrons had the very
unusual (Xrcnce of seeing two pat
of big boxers settling their argument
n about thret minute of actual fight
In the opening bout Max Vnger an
Americanized GUnnan and Carl Peck
of Germany wear 'he opponents aaJ
Vngee knockeJ Iieck out lu the first
lnnr.li. 4.AB ftuw.n nl.la In ll&A Olllint Arfol t
jtbur division moved down right bank of I stamps In excess of 110.000 or 112.000.
Washington April 35 ivh. interim! rev-
enue bureau has In cuum uf pr. paratlmi
a circular letter to collector In whlih
they are directed to forw trd to the Ihii-uu
all applications for relUf from Innocent
holders of cigars stamped with counter-
feit stamps and purchased from Jacobs
the Lancaster Pa cigar manufacturer
recently anveled b a.cret service offl.
clals It in probable mat innocent dealers
who hae actually paid for h. cigar will
b. lHrmlited to ivtaln them in condition
that they re-stamp them ivlgars net paid
for will be sold and thu proceeds turned
into tbe treasury It is not thought that
Important Kuliiur by
Acting Hocrotary llyan.
I'outh MiAlestcr I 1' A.uil -Ti. di'
I .anient of thu intc.iir has i?.i u J thu
im.ii.g in w ruling i wulon ..II prow
tl inttust to the limb. nt n ftno ci.lrers
of the Choctaw and Chick.ituw nations
II-h4ofori II horf been unlawful to iut
tlmlier in tin two nations nam. -J foi
"In unswui- to the question 'Dois thu
Uw whlcii jirohiblUt wa.ite upon the
I'hoctav- domain pending actual tUtoil
mint forbid thu use by Choctaw cltlS' n
of wliatev-r material may be required '
Imiiiovo Ulct. m. Viral holiliiiKi Hlnn il
they t'la lipan their aelectioii.s in.Jt.ii
inary to obtaining title''"
In rc-p'y yuj ar advised that th 1
rartment on the 13ht Insi instruct. -t -lu
United State Irdian agent fur th. In
dlan territory relative to the rutting und
use of wood ami i.mbei in which .i i;uo-
tiviou was made from the department
Jvtter of .March 26 hint in wtikh n refer-
ence Was made tu a letti r of udvlco giv-
en Mr. Johnston Keel at Oconee I. T
relative to the cutting of oak timber for
local Improvements euc(i as building
fences ileuses on hie funns and on hl
m Ighbor's farms and in which he was
advised. That under the proper oonat mic-
tion of said agreement (section of tho
net of June tt 1K) memlrarif of thu
Choctaw und Chickasaw trlbon aro in -
nilttid to cut or use from thoir nwn
claims sufficient timber tu mako Im
provement then on. The Inhibition in
said agreement and the niloa and regula-
tions thereunder are ugalnat the cutting
of timber for sale
"it Is observed however that the action
of the Indians in ever iuntauce In cu.
ting timber to make improvements !.. i
lui. claim must be in in rfect good faith
and not a mere pretense for the punoie
nt evading the law.
'With inference to ihr question:
Whether or not It would be proper lo
P"imi: the citizens of the Choctaw and
tluiK.ih i w. nations ti out coidwood "i be
hoKi t) ll e gin comimnled In uih n i-
gliborhod fr the purpo. of .nabjlng them
to properly run thilr plant. It should be
underxiooil Unit whin uh wooI i tut
piopir ro.iltli- Hhould Il paid to the
nation for thi benefit of the people
"Th ruU stated b the i amuilsln-'
should ekl.'n!!y lie limited la Ihe r
(i In ment of the paynn nt of royaltle to
fU'h paymnt frtm the citizens who l
not dUixwe of the wood lukea from th
olalmn w hlch they have s lectcd for il-
lotm nt and are clearing In good faith:
tf thu 111' J tan l c'earlng hi Und In good
faith the timber cut from the land b
lug cleared mav be disponed of by lii-o I
but this can be done onl when he Is th
poesor of the amn and . uts the wood
ir t raber for the purpose of clearing and
ci-'ilvwllng the -mm. in go.xl faith It l.i
b' lit ve.1 that th. re will In no difficulty
In the executluon of tin I iw and the In-
structions. or anv n rlnus hardship lo-
hiilt to I ullw.hi ili of ih I iw and regj.
la t ton thereunder l faithfully and hon-
tly observed l each individual"
Notes From tho
Vamouur U f Apnl .' I nun of
''hiiia which arnvid 'o0a Xi m Hor.e
Iv.mg and Vokohain.i li i- n I jJrj h v
ral Chinos r. fiiKev w b iiki K mp
Yu Wei havo liei n tomp lb I i i hi
koi in a.Kli. iy th. inp. i ir lias
..ii.i tiiir. nt m eastern Koi. i ti a
rt i 1m hilln . .mp.uiy. 1 li i 1 1 ai
(Iu1h.hi anvl Suiif.- linH In th in .n . ..M
K'ng-on mil iNiinpodo In th i i mi
of llamkino '1 Ik . oiiceaNlon Is ;on m.tr. I
in lngth and .'M in width
Honk Kong papirs give th. filljwmc
IMittcularH ii-lill. v to tlm nativci oC
I'llawan holKtlng the Hrltl-h fi ig over
'H. M 8 Archer whlih left Hmr ap r
i idjen.y. arlv on th moinlnx ol I . b-
rtiarv th under sealed oivl ri r tutnul
vpeterdaj. II r ordirs wre r(. i v .1 fi j'i
Lome by telegraph and th' w ii i h
efteut that she was to proc il i .jui k
Iv ai possible to Palawan whii-o it Hi
stated the llrltleh llag had bun luHted1
by tht. natives The Arehi r s mi--ln w n
lo Iiuul It down On her arrt il off t
steal) settlement on the Palawan i u'(
the rrilih re.1 ensign was H-nn to bo'
Heating Tin elilp hud not b. cu to an
chor tn length of time before srv ril
I ll'lilnos trine ahoanl and hid an into
v.ew w't'i Commander Dare H inform. I
them Ih i hi bad been inptructtd t ti'-e
ihj til; down The Inhabitants "f the
t wn hid hoisted the flag 1hh ium tiny
hoi.ght u might afford them protnii'n
from bands of brigands who w ro ii -secned
n the hills The Killjfln d pu-
tatlon inii'e it ikur that thiy had n i
heard that t.ie Island of I'aUw in hid
beer icJcd by Bpula to the Vnltid Stat 3
iiJ Cay accordingly promts d that tl
Hag ehould bo lowereil. Whin tlicv r -turned
to th shore the ensign was pull-
When tiie Archer entered they hastily
retired. There were no Europeans In the
Washington iprll i5 -Acting secretary
Milkl.John h m written a l.-tttr to th
fuller i Cilonel StolMiibuiK wh wat
recntl) kllltd it tlie hi ad of in tlrit
Ni braska volunteers offering bis condo
lenoes. In the 1. tter lie mention the
demand made some time ago by fe Ne.
hraaka bovernor and legislature fo. tin
removal ol Stotsenburg from tbe lit ad of
of the regiment and add that he irglad
to sa that the (olomlx ait.r was sucn
as to shov tint he denumt wa tint well
Vancouver. It. C. April St. -An Ichoufou-
ourreepondent says. !
Ilnnifcr WaRhlngton's VIows
Philadelphia. April Hook r Wu h-
Iniftoii. fuundi r of the Tuxkoi norm il
und industrial Institute in Alabami wlio
arrived hire lo!u was quest iomd ro-
Kiidlng the Utorgia lnihiiiKs Hi ald
"1 would llku lo speak ill Itligih upon
thio Uorgia miuriemiii und oiln rs of
a like iiaiur. which hove taken place In
io i nt oarn but in view of my posi-
tion I feel constrained to ki ep silent nnd
not engage In an controvi rsy tat
might rea t on tin w-..v o whlih I am
imw lending m . ffo-ts I think I can ba
of more s.rvUe t the race by irlvlne my
time and xtreiigth ii helping to la ihe
foundation for uu .duofttton which will
bo t.ie permanent cure of such outmg.
1 do not mind adding said tho ajM-ak. r
rliat I am oplsed to mob iotin. e under
ail circumstances. Tboe guilty or crime
shmri be surwly swiftly and terribly
punished but by legal methods As a rule
tbe man guilty of these outrage am Ig-
norant ImHvlduald wllu have bad no op
portunity io secure an education and
The solution of our present dirfu-tiltie
I- lo be found In tin the thorough mental
r.-llgtous und induHirtai education f
i"th races in the outh It U an na.iur-
tgiug fact to nolo that of tho hundreds
of color. .1 m. n whi have been cduiaiad
111 the hliflii r In-Mt utioiis of lb. Houth
not one has b. n g tty of the mme of
annauhinj! a W .man
Hide park Mas Anril 25. OIK ..Am
an. will Known ji a child aclresa d'ed
at h r Imnii here t iday. Her perf rnnanea
of I.Itiir Ior4 Pauntaleroy In the drama
tlzatlon of Mrs. Burnetts story Won mr
groat fame Hhe was about 0 eara
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