The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 292, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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ICIAL OIIUAM OF OUAKHOMA DEMOCRACY-Or'FIUIAU STATE PAI'Klt-OPPICB OF PUBLICATION HAHHISON AVBNOB.
WEDNKSOAY KVENIMQ MAY 3 1899.
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alylcsup lo (Into ami
at tirit-os thataro riyht.
118 OKLAHOMA AVENUE
Santa Fc Watch Inspector Q
8 ...THE JEWELER 8
116 OKLA. AVENUE $
Has jusl received a line assortment of Now Goods. X
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PRICES LOWER THAU EVER V
ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED. jR
I KOi:ST AMI Iir.ST STOCK IV OKLAHOMA '1 0 MXl'.CT I UO.M. V
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'aiier Your Walls...
Have the house look fresh and cheery.
It can be done at little cost. Many prom-
inent people are now selecting from our
line of samples work to be done later
on. They get the iirst s elections 3f the
newest spring patterns many of which
cannot be duplicated later in the season
as all paper mills close May 1.
We will lake pleasure in showing you
our stock at any time whether you are ready to pur-
chase or not. It will help you to decide later on and
we teel confident when you do it will be in our favor.
Set- our papers at from (5c to 10c a roll.
We have employed an expert Decorator and will
hang your paper at the lowest possible price consist-
ent with first-class guaranteed work.
JUST HICCEIVLO A COMPLETE LINR OP
WU IT NO'S FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
FOK NADIRS' USE.
Hammock Croquet and Base Ball Supplies
B. LILLIE & CO.
DRUG BOOK & NEWS DEPOT
Victor block - - guthrie. o: .a.
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J W M NUM. l'rislilcnl
A J sh Vice l'ri-tlilcnl
Guthrie National Bank.
Hoard of Directors
In adillUufi to uMcerB of
bank 1 T I'UYNN
J K U)TON(illAM
W. J IIORSPALL CASHinu.
Agninaldo Fooled Americans in
Order to Gain Time lo
Clash Imminent Between the
Striking Miners and Sol-'
diers at Wardner
Manila May 3. All negotiations for
peace have ailed. Colonel AorUcs
and his companion tlio Filipino en-
voys arrived at Aplace at uint o'elook
this morning fleneral Otis vs wait
ing for them and the conference was
resumed The Filipinos made practi-
cally the me old proposition They
also nsUed for a three mouths' armis
tico coftrmif ihe entire archipelago
General ill abruptly refused the re-
quest and the conference terminated
The fee' ng in Manila that peace
would come as the result of the suit of
the Filipinos Is being rapidly dispelled.
Reports continuo to come in which
show that tho lusurgonts are strength-
ening their lines wherovcr possible.
Tills fact and tho persistency with
which Agulualdo and Luna have sent
In tho same proposition for an armis-
tice lends to the belief that tho Fili-
pino leaders have simply been work-
ing for time In which to collect their
forces and permit tho soldiers to
recover from the semi-demoralization
In v lilch tho repeated victories of the
Americans have thrown them. The
offensive operations begun by Latvton
and Halo yesterday shows that Otis
shares this belief and forward moves
along tl3 lino In tho northern pro-
vinces may be repeated.
HAVE THEIR BACKS UP.
Uolso Idaho May 3. Alarming dls
patches havo been received from Ward-
ner stating that tho union minors are
marching in force on a company of tho
Twenty-fourth Infantry colored that
arrived 'hero yesterday Oon. Morrlain
has wired orders to the company to
entrench and hold tho furl at all hac
As to the Fate of Gilinore and
His Men is Dispelled
'lliu Southern KiumiiH liiHuniuco Connmiiy
1 hrontcim Itvlulliitury .Muiiuircii.
If tho attornoys for tho Southern
Kansas Mutual Hail Association at
Wellington Kansas tnalto good their
threats Oklahoma companies of all
kinds will be excluded from doing
buslnoss in Kansas and Kansas coin
panlo will bo debarred from doing
business in Oklahoma. The last Okla-
homa legislature passed a law author-
izing the Incorporation of farmers'
mutual hail and iusuranco companies
each company to have not fowcr than
1000 members Scvoral weeko ago
the Southern Kansas Mutual Hall
association made application to W. M.
.lenkins territorial secretary for a
license to do buslnosB in Oklahoma.
It Is castoniary to grant 6iich permits
to companies incorporated in other
states on payment of a nominal feo
and u showing that their methods of
doing business do not conflict with the
laws of Oklahoma. Tho Wellington
compauy however had only fifty in-
corporators whercufc similar compan-
ies organized in Oklahoma must have
100(1 mombors Secretary Jenkins
refused to allow tho Wellington com
pany to enter Oklahoma unless it
compiled with tho liw as it would ba
unjust to discriminate against the
Secretary Jenkins received a letter
today from the attorneys of tho Wels
liugton company which read. In part
"It is our intention to appear before
the Kansas authorities and request
that all Oklahoma iusuranco and other
companies be excluded from doing
business in Kansas unless tho same
courtesy is extended to this Kansas
company as is extended in Kansas to
Tins throat was of no avail with
Secrotary Jenkins who wrote tho fdl-
lowing letter In reply: "In view of
the many worthy Kansas corporations
which havo been admitted to this ter-
ritory to do business and are now
doing business here. I am of tho opin
ion that your expressed Intention of
breaking off tho cordial reciprocal
relations which have existed between
the state of Kansas and the territory
of Oklahoma would If successful
work qulto an Injury to a considerable
portion of tho business men of your
This moans that If Oklahoma com-
panies are excluded from Kansas
Kansas companies will bo shut out of
Oklahoma. Kansas would suffer far
more from such retaliatory measures
than would Oklahoma
Washington May 3 The following
was received from Admiral Dewey
this morning. "The following from
the Yorktown are prisoners iu tho
insurgent headquarters at Fanifedro:
Lieutenant Uilmorc Chief Uuartormas
tor Will Walton Sailmakor's Mato
I'aul Vandoit Coxswain John litis:
worth Apprentice Albert Peterson and
landsmen Sllvco llrlzolozo Lyman I.
IMwards and Fred Anderson. (len.
Otis has sent them provisions. I am
continuing inquiry as to tho fate of
tho other seven."
01' a Nobleman Is Munlorod and
Cremated in Her Iiiixu-
Caused in Washington Because
Filipinos Refused to Sur-
Washington May 3 Tho failure of
the peace negotiations at Manila has
caused surprise here Ono ofllcial said:
"If that's true we'll have to lick them
If they have not had enoegh wo must
give them somo tnoro "
Manila May 3. A Spanish prisoner
brought in says that Hale's brigade In-
dicted terrible losses on the Filipinos
during the light at Qulngo laxl week.
He says that more than too Filipinos
San F anclfioo May 3. The trans
port Leelanaw sailed for Manila this
morning with seventy soldiers
Manila May 3. Oenoral Lawton
resumed his advance to the uorth.thls
morning marching from llalina. At
l'ulilau ycstjrday Wheaton's troops
while reconnoiterlng encountered a
small body of insnrgents who failed to
roturn the fire of the Americans
They hoisted a white Hag and said
thev had strict orders to quit fighting
during tho negotiations for an armis-
tice. They wore given half an hour
to got away
In a Sol Mil' KoHolulIoiiH The
KarmorH A I lor Legislator)).
" Elegant Patterns"
" Delightfully Cool"
"And So Reasonable"
Are the general remarks overheard
in regard to th - new display of Sum-
mer Silks in our window.
In order to reduce our very large
Silk Stock we will place on sale...
SATURDAY APRIL 29
and continuing for one week the fol-
lowing choice bargains :
3an Antonio May 3. Mrs M. T
Madarasz who lived alone In tho midst
of her magnificent estate half a mile
from lior nearest neighbors was mur-
dered and cremated in hor homo Sun-
day morning. She was a woman of
rare culture and refinement and was
tho wife of a Hungarian nobiomau
who was banished from this country
somo J5 or 30 years ago for political
reasons About bevon or eight years
ago Mrs. Madarasz's son disappeared
in a similar manner Since then she
had lived alone her home being in the
center of a vast tronioal park in the
northern suburbs of tlio city. The
houso was discovered on fire yesterday
morning anil In the ruins was round
the charred body of the old lady. It
was lying on portions of a mattress
which had escaped burning and was
covered with blood. Tho body had
knifo wounds on It. A Mexican laborer
lias been arretted on suspicion.
El Iteno O. T May 3. Tho Canadian
County Farmers' Aehoclatlon held a
meeting at tho court house last Satur-
day and among tho other busincoH
transacted passed resolutions in part
Resolved That as taxpayers of Ca-
nadian county wo condemn in unmeas-
ured terms the action of the last
legislature in passing tlio bill pertain-
ing to taxes in reservations attached
to the several counties ol this territory
for Judicial purposes depriving tho
said counties of these just taxes and
wo dcslro to call the especial attention
of our brothor farmers iu tho districts
interested to their representatives iu
the lower house in connection with tho
bill moutioned above.
Ketolved That wo appreciate the
faithful and honest efforts of Hen a torn
Bellamy and lliddisou in loading the
fight against the bill and also of Sun-
otors Harrison and Winkler for their
honest votes against tlio bill.
Uosolvod That we commend Sneaker
Held for voting against said bill; also
tho earnest etVorts of Representative
II ad ley though tho bill was patacd
when lie was engaged iu oilier laud-
able buslnets in fnvor of tho taxpay-
ers of Canadian county
Resolved That wo earnestly coin
mend and appreciate tho elTorls of our
cillelent county attorney ( harles Cars-
well as well as our county commis-
sioners in behalf of tho overburdened
taxpayers of tho county.
il i M'
One lot "Wash Silica in plaids anl stripes
first-class value at 60c; salo price. .
One lot Japan Silks in plaids and stripes
good value at 85c; Sale price.
One lot Kl-Kl Silks corded effects in plaids ami
stripes exceptional value at t0c; sale Qp
One lot 80-inch Pongee and Sultana Silks latest
patterns iu stripes jjood 50c values; QPf
Call and examine the values speak
10!) A. Ill DIVISION
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UpoiiH at South McAIonlor
Six YVeokB' Docket.
I Always Drink Pabst Brewing Co.'s
i Celebrated Milwaukee... ' !
Handit Chief Executed.
Santiago de Cuba May 1. Juan
Caballero. tho bandit chief whose
depredations torrorlzud the llolguln
district haB been executed at Maya.
Caballoro's sriends attempted to res
cue him but wore drlvon off by the
ruraloa with two woundod.
Italian Jlinistry Kusfgns.
Home May 3. The I'elleux ministry
has resigned owing to the opposition
to t Chinese policy. The fail of the
ministry was foreshadoweu for several
South McAlostor I. T May 3. Tho
May term of tho United States court
for the central district of tho Indian
Territory convened here this morning
Judge Clayton presiding. The dockot
is qulto largo aim u win i&uo aooiu
six weeks to clear it. Several Impor-
tant murder cases will be tried during
the present torra
Indians lo (Jo Hack Kant
and Htar With Wild
Depew Believes Tliat a Govern-
ment Commission Should
Cloveland Ohio May 1 Honator
Chauncey M. Depew In an intarviaw
hure today asserted that tho govern
mont should appoint a coiiimlMton to
regulate tho trusts.
In Overalls was Lulu Shaw and
Sho Liked tlio Kxporioneo
Twenty-ono Tliousund HussIuiih
Sent to Sihorian jlinen.
BMaiarf Emm r
IMea Tor Jloore.
Kansas. May 3. -John
PABS1 MALT EXTRACT
USE ONLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY t
piirf rrystai ICE FROM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER J
f Telenhone 52 PAUL JUNDT Manager
i- m mrv-TJO
l-'MDO I O
Mooroison trial horo for murdorlng
ills flvo children Emo'ional insanity
is tho plea of his attorneys.
Senator Jones Goes to Europe.
New York. May 3. Senator Jones
of Arkansas and wife sailed for
Europe today on the'IVave.
(lulhrlti Sclioul HiKirtl lflc.it )IIUrn-Tliu
of the board of
last nunt and
St. Petersburg May 3. The prison
board's roport shows that during the
past two years almost 21000 people of
bath sexes wore deported to tlio minus
1'or Rent Kooras tingle or in suite
Call at 40J eatt Harrison.
Kl Hono May 3. Treasurer Krauso
of tho I'awuoo Hill wild west show
mado another raid on tho Oheyenno
camps in this and Kingfisher counties
vnsterdav. and lnducod about twonty
more Choyennes to leave their homes
for a life of oato which Is warranted
to last for the poriod of six mouths
MojjrWooditou Is still absent irom tne
agency and is Ignorant of what is
going on among his wards. Arapahoe
ai educated Indian says It does the
Indians no good lo go with bIiows of
this Uiud. They lose all love for home
and kindred and it makes thorn take
kindly again to tho blankol and "gee'
string. When he returned to nis ai
lotment he was so iay iuai ne nau no
desire to again follow farming All
he wanted to do was to parado around
with a painted face aDd gaudy blan-
ket like he did when he was posing
before the Indian lovers back Kast
About to Indians and their families
are now with I'awneo Ilill. They will
Pcoplo of Spain Just Discover
That the War is
Madrid May 3. The rja'ittn today
pnbllaliM the aunouncemont that Mio
treaty jt paee with the United Matr-i
has been ratifled.
WIio Kolnsod to Live in Okla-
homa Ih no liOiiyor .Urn.
.1. U. jIcAtoo
Toxarkana May 3. A most unique
marriage took plaue here yeeterday
Blx prominent eltliens luoluUlug two
lawyers wore vUitlng in the country
near Rondo. Thoy found a young girl
masquoradlng as a man and living with
u farmor named f. U. Sims. She said
hor name wn' Lulu Shaw and thut
she had lived in Waco where her homo
had been burned. NIihm took charge
of her and she had learned to love
him. Hho drueaed an a man lo keep
people from talking about her. The
two lawyers Informed the couple that
thoy wore violating me law mey
became seared and consented to marry
each other. They were puced In a
carriage and. brought here the woman
dressed In overalls man's shirt bus
ponderB ote. A lteenee was procured
and tho qoremony performed by Judg
Hamilton on the court house steps be-
fore a large crowd.
KanweOity May i M. Iiliai
McAlee ww grnnted a itlforec-
evettlnir from AaeooUte Uuti.
L MoAtee of Oklahoma Thenxi
waa granted in ten minute. M fn
did not appear Mr. McAtee i tvurta
Ilulcliory of iKiior.nit Jlalas
Doesn't Won ln I'rosidenl
8crlppi M Hac I tm-
n'. hi May i 'J h fallur. - t
r ((. f in the l'h
iHHveut Ilia pr-h i
Return in tl e fall with their money all - ' - '. -' -m.H. u-h-"one
and the chances are that their - v " . wwl.
relatives and kind old Unele Samuel The conteet flled by Hit W. Vowlr
Sinitli's New District.
Mani' Mar 1 Hiiya (Ut o. i
Smith formerly of the aliforma
uuteerc hH been dip nted t
ruand the Visayan iiuIhum difd tt
yy have to support thpm until they
'can raise a crap
m. w. Mcdonald
Mormon BlahouA Pills e
rhuivha tUcif it. tit tfu-Ui cuii
ti CU VJUtC UiMtMU
Lel w wa wi -! Ifl" .w.
i cm tr.a m h lun t bu ua w vmt " .
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potency Lot Power NlehfLotset Bpermotorrnoea iniyniniari(
InilacU.'Evll Doilres Seminal eriilnion. Lam UacK w.ijnoyi Of
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A. WU 14 furuw. V y
Pot sale by J. N WALLACE Guthrie O. T
edue&tlon . j. v
the folio ng ' irlit-c were eiry'ed by
a-claHi " . i rd tht-iut ver
W II Hi. en - .11'; Tea Rj
viee pre J i i. i h ' . cf
Jan.to kk '. ere re-e eia
for the entu nj yn O W I'uibe K
Wettbrook and m Hauler. John
Weymoatb ne elected jaiUtor of the
aabtt tfibooi npu W. vaniieter
'1 tie lirnt eiimlflation for tca?her
will be ho' 1 ou Thursday I' .-Id ay and
Saturday. May ?5 29 and 27
HUOCESSOn TO PAV O H&TfcCH
0HE DOOR EAST OP POSTOFFICD.
GJTHR1E - 0 T
ltfil't)llU NKATLV DUKU.
on the valuable claim one and a half
mile south of Mulhall belonging to
Janies llellew was flnUhed In the
I'ntted States land olllso here today.
The claim is considered one of -lb
most valuable la tho territory. (Tow-
ler'a contest Is basod on the plee of
Thirteen wltuo&noa testified eud the
case lasted Qvo and a half days. Judge
Prank Dtle ropreeeuted llellew and
Dan VVidmcr the contestant. Tae
evidence adduced eookisu of 1'W pa fee
of typewritten matter waking about
01000 words. So a of Kow!r'e wii-
uessee were a aroL'trv looking loi of
belnijs and at timet) were unable v
sit in mo cut " owing to tae do p
lion of moUtu e of ftonaekliii wi .
eautee rubber lege A k n. i
wUblHif iu i ustrate ten i . i u
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short Uwh wiie i t.i kiiu.
satd m JorclUlu lauguai that
nptnormlt It; that tu. y u
send tho pjoturoe o' trif wm -
t to Washing on in u- i - - i
this case. i
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 292, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1899, newspaper, May 3, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74524/m1/1/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.