The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 292, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
Public school teachers public school pupils and com-
mon school graduates will And that our Summer
School courses of study furnish ample and abundant
inducements to all who may desire to reach beyond
their present intellectual status. No teacher can
afford to be dilatory during th? summer vacation and
no pupil should suffer him or her self to retrograde
School Begins May 1 '99
AND GUNTINUKB TKN WKKKS
The high school and intermediate pupils who have
fa-led to moot the required st.mdaid m their various
gi.i.le. or who wish to impiove every moment and
adv. -nee more rapidly than their classes will wel-
come Tlii ictirse as ft benefactor. We most cordially
mviie . i person although but slightly interested
to nil ai-l investigate our every claim before decid-
ing to a l lend school elsewhere.
For further information call or address
.GUTHRIE 0 T.
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w t lOpm (Hpm 6 Warn 10 00 tun
4it H JO am Local freight.
iMi II IS am I-ral Freight
I Arrive l.eivi Airlve Arrive
No I (jut'irlej Outhrle Ft Worth Halves'!!
I I tspm o it pm S.osai
II iRpm oftara I i3S p
I kUUaml rocal Freight
A J CORK INS A Kent.
07 l lit p.-n I I IK pm 9 S pm I 9.0 am
Xl in ii did II IRpm s.oftaral W35 inn
0. & 0.
Best Summer Route
I Is the Santa Fc. The average temperature I
rv st r.mitu
l. rt Sin ill.
Ar !-.uth Mc Alpxti r
Iv. So ii t'n Mt Alestf r
Ar Oklahoma City
I.v Oklahoma! ity
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l. 1.1 Iteno Jet
I ft pm
II IR am
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u vu pm
8 16 pm
io m pm I
8 so am
10 67 am
during the journey is less than that for the
same period at your home Then the cars
are so comfortable fatigue is hardly notice-
able. Pullman palace and tourist sleepers and
free chair cars on all California trains.
A. J. CORKINS Agent.
GUNS OP ALL KINDS. Revolvers Ainu-
unition Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle.
3 J. .
I Train Train-
No a. No i
I.v. Weatherford. llROamB
I.v. Deary- . .
I.v El Heno Jet
l.v. KI Iteuo . 1 S3 pm 15 pm
Ar. Oklahoma City.
I. Oklahoma Oily. gttpin si&ptu
Ar. Shawnee . T.tt pm
I.v Shawnee. l.oojim . ...
Ar. South McAlester
I.v Sot th HcAlestcr 7.Wpm
Wlster 10. pm
At. Howe 10.80 pm ..
Ar. ft. Smith. ft 1ft pm
Ar St. Louie Tttam
Por nnT lurther intormation address
J. P. IIOI.DKN. Tramc Mgr
Sooth McAlester I. T
A O 17 W .
up of each week at
Qnthrle lodge No. 1
Victor block coruur firm and UairUon
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
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0. J TUOIIY. Itecorder
lAKIIlSK M. V.
Onthrle Lodge No K of 1 meets every
Monday at HP M In their hall In the Vic-
tor block comer First a.id Harrison Visit-
ing Knights are always welcome.
CIIAB I'OND C C.
C A IIYt:itS M of F and K ot K S
Guthrie Lodge No. a
Monday nlchl of e
Odd fellows always welcome
1 O O 1' meets
eaoti week at7 30 VlsltlnK
W S COOl'EH. N G
Q W llKUCK.Secretary
Oklahoma Kncampment No 11. O o h"
meets every Tuesday evening In Odd
I'ellowc hall at 7 SO All vUltlng patriarchs
welcome K mTTRItlJUSciI.C. I
II. U STHOUail Scribe
Fine Rt p.tiriny a Specialty.
GUTHRIE ( KLA
DIVISION STK P.T
Meals must be satisfactory or
traveling' is uuenjoyable. The
Santa Fe Route prides itself on
its system of Harvey dining
rooms and lunch counters.
There are none better. Break-
fast dinner and supper are
served at convenient intervals.
Ample time given for all meals.
A. .1 CORKINS. Agent.
1' as n 1 1 ivpiI a frt sli line of
tin st rv I it tost in
PAPER HANGING f
T CARRIAGE. f
t MOUSE and SIGN I
Hartranft l'ost No S O A. It meets on
Brat and third Saturdays in each month at
7:110 p in tn probate court room Visiting
coinraues always weituim-
W II IILItOD I. C
M U MOCK Adjutnant.
Outhrle Camp No 3 Woodmen of t i-
World meets every Monday night In the
of I hall. Visiting Woodmen are welcome
J It TOWKRS Clerk
WM ORKOOItY.Oun Com
ceNo S. A F A M. Kee
nlar meeting third Wednesday cvenlue In
each month at 8 o'clock. All brethren cordl
ally Invited to Attend
it 1' AKDKRY Sec.
O II WIM.IS W M
O K W meets every Tuesday InlKht lr
Kof hall Visiting chiefs alwas welaime
M V OlIKltllV. Chief of ltoconls
Naomi Hsbetah Lodge. No 2 1 O O 1'.
ra tots every Vlilay evening at 7 ) In the
OU I l'eilows nalUn the Weinberger build
Ing VNltors welcome
SMSAII HATKS N. O
KATKM WKTI1Y Sei.
GUTHRIE MAR ILE WORKS
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. I
L. CHRISEN & CO..
113 North Iritt Street 1
4) 4.t i..f.4s.$..4..4f
. Bill Heads
L. IIAYNES BUXTON M 0
GUTHRIB 0. T.
All Mojlloal and SurjflQal Diseases of
tbo Hye Ear Nose and Throat
CAN HAVRTHB WOUKnqNBTVO
IltU US AFTER OIlDIiR IS OIVBN
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DC MFMRr- R Tliin a.lvortisernont
ntiviLmDcn Jg pf inlerm toyou
who hav frirnd' rtstnif; in the tomb.
It is a hoim pB.athbhinont bhipping
direct from 'In the tuarrlc marblo
and (jrauiu' I orcign agents show
you a large floo j. latum and usU you
to tlgn a binding rdor for a poor de-
sign and grade at double price covor-
ing tbttir waBe toid oxpeneo. Nearly
all the work In th (lutliriu acimetory
was done by us.
SUTTON'S MARBLE YARD
LICENSED CITY SCAVENGER
All Work Promptly
MElttUTT FllAISKS ALU bit
Secrotary or Wnr Landed by
Wtr.ot Mich. May 8 Vba MiehtgHii
f-io'tty. Sons of the American Revolu
tion rntcrtelncd the vfottttig deteiMUw.
ctrlt'lals of the order ami riUtlnKtiletied
gursts tonlftit by a dlnnor uiioquaJIl
hitherto In Michigan by any lmlla.r
(tit 4n rwepeet to elaborateness ..f me-
nu mid Oeeorsitlorrs or ttie dlsttiiKiiiehed
rhorweter of the gucms of honor of the
cvrnlnff The occnelon wae mode notable
liy the preeeiK of Beeretim Algrer
Monitor Dtw Major General Wwliv
1 MrrMt Major General Jowh
Whtelr. aenoml llorfctto " Klnir. In
rpcttor Oeneral J. C. nreoklnrhluc arl
iminy other who rentlered JlsilnirulihiM
service In the Spanlah an.I tho l 1 1
A featur which wm of fpoclal lntpr
rt was a speh by donrral Weal r
Morrltt. V'Wmily defendhis; Soon-tnrr
Wger He deelareil Aljrer th bout t-
tnr of war the world has ei.r sen
Fully 00 memben of tti onlcr sat it
tho eleven tabten runnln croswlsf of
lie main dining room of thn ltiwell
lioiwp. Tlie Speakers) tabic was a rlohlv
ilrorat0 ane situated In a docornt.-l
hn'rony fronted by ft while rolonnorto
nnl covere with a canopy raivl in tho
huff wbMe nml blue of tho ornr. The
ot of arms of the thirteen ortirinil
atatoa were dtaplaj'! In the rear f tho
spnakors and n portrait of WashlnRton
sracpil Hie certor. The floral Vleooratlfins
of tlie tellies followed the oolora of tho
After two honri iliacusahm of tho mi nil
px-mator T4ioiiib M. Talmer us toast-
mnater .beirain the spew! in a kin wltli a
witty lntntnluetloi. When ho mentioned
the name of Stwetaiy Aliror tho tan-
t.uetter roae sinil cheerexl
Thi speakers ehoee Bieir own aimjitu
Uieer twlnir Ho net rerone"
nonrotary Aliner beffain his e'tli wilh
i reference to ttie struiwlcs of ilw pll-
rlm fathers to eeeure "equal rlrh i ami
rellirious freeoo into all " ami illuJ 1
t th ierlo deodg of ie revolullonaiv
patrlota. nneestora flt ie mombmi of
the society Wlrtoh funilelMNi tonlht
i i tortalnmrtil IlUt ho an turn-d tho
Attention of his audlors to the more rt.
con war The Socn'tory spoke it vinie
longrh of the trUils of his Oopartment
In equipping the great army no burrlo.1'
ly and expressed hta (fnatlftoattom that
untimely 'amttlee were fought and
vlctotioa won wlthou he loos of a gun
or a color."
Conlnulnff he said:
Ruppose they Ukl have a little spoil"'
neof. Wbot of IL If thoj- bad no beef
at all they had more than General Joe
Wheplir and myself hod In tho othor
Wo are today wo lwpe. nearlns; tho
oral of the confllot and near tlie dawn
of peiico In the Philippines and upon
oVery Up Is daily yos hourly expressed
"Wlwt ot the future?" God In IIli in-
finite wisdom can only answer that quci-
tlon and ho lias guided us thus far and
as his hand haa boon so plainly seen in
history of the pnit twelvo months we
.in feel assured that s lie rules wlrat
Is riffht illl be.
Major Oonernl Merrttt wsw the next
speaker. Bald ho:
Wh'n itc went to the Thlllplnes thero
was only one course for us to pursue
viz; the course that lias boon taken up
to the present. Our navy had captured
Manila Bay and tho army "had to oap
ture tho city and we oould not lot ho;
and tho prospects aro now that the Am-
erican flag will continue to wavo In the
Tlie army In tho Rat as I have testi-
fied before the Investigation committee
had everything the wnr department
oould furnhrti. We lived well and did our
duty nml we have no noloKlB to make
or reorlmluaUons to offer. This most
outrageously abused administration has
done more for the army tliaii any other
administration that ever existed. If
there were any oanmxl pecdh hers
tonight they were better tlian some of
the rferifleratwl speeches we have read.
If I lian a canned speech to develop on
this subject I assure you It would not
Oeneral Merrltt referred to the Seore-
t'ary ot war a the best secretary of war
.he world lias ever seen lie added:
"Ne secretary was ever more abugtid.
Secretary Stanton stood through Ills
abuse as the most fearless seoretnry ot
war that over lived. Wo Iwve now an-
mistake and even more nbusedixi loP
other secretary wlw Ima made fowr
mhttakes and been more abusod than any
of his predecessors. He has had the oon-
fldt'nco of all except a few nmloontonts.
Thmusli htm 1se leen nttnckeil tho
President of tlie United States lie is al-
most sick at heart t the wolh'ht f the
unjust obloquy liat lias ben liaaiKsl up-
on him. but wli no promises to make
ir platKudes to tndult'e In. he Is con-
ducthig an hopert aJmlnlstratlon.
I wan lKrn a deniuorat I dQn't tllinK
I'll ever get over It. I'm proud to beioiiu
to m.t jMrtlttoal fsltst A voos (You're
a republican but dwn't know It.) Hut I
hop the time WlH coins wnen tnero win
be no dirfarsnos letween democrats ami
republicans st least manlfosted oactlnat
tlioaa who rule the government. I talk as
a iMtrler I don't commit mysslf 1 ny
complications that may lead to trouble
with CWnianv. bui. I hug linseJt for be
ing an Ainarloaii citizen. 1
(lUal Joe Wheeler lkii along Wn-
ilur Hues. He reviewed Uie oirournstanoos
f rtie inobllluatton of ths army durlntr
the war ami assarted tlstt history will
record tttat the United Btaos' humbling
r Spain was wtbotu parsllul. Gatverl
Vhe44er asserted that he hod heard no
iMiniJatiits about raUons. Tliu only
ciueetkm was whether ths benefits ot
American laMgious and olvil Uberty
should not be glsn the peopls wliom
providence had placed under our con
Senator Depew ssM he was nn expan-
sionist but not an Imperialist In the
oqiwpooly appeptsd ssnsp of tho wo.nl-
As to the Philippine campaign he d0-
clsrsd that the PtMplnos were not to b
tyrannized over by ths United Stales
but weer to 1ve some ope like General
rihermsn Vo toll hem "Go horn stop
raising hsX and go to raising crops."
The senator oncludeJ with the loudly
applauded sentiment that the splrl of
rue Amortoflnlsm would carry the na-
tion through the perils of expansion.
In ttx course of his apeeoh General
King deplored the tendency of newspa-
pers and politicians to criticize the
conduct of the war In this eonnecMoa
he referred to th limHl suppsjsf t
the disposal of the responsible hssid of
the army and aavy departments and the
efforts to bring the rapidly Inersased
army to a slats of efnojwioy and said
"Out of the struggle our grand army
and navy and the men In high plaoee
who dlre ted their movements thavn em
rg'd without a Mnwh upon their e-
But One Cure
Boroftlln is ono of tho most nbsttnato.
ilcep-scntod blood dlsoaspu and fs bo- J
yonu tno rcnoli of tho ninny so-cnllod
purlflora nnd tonics. B 8. S. Is equal to
any blood trouble find novcr fnlls to
euro Borofuln bccatiso it goon down
to tho eont of the ilisonao thus por-
mnnontly eliminating every trace of
Mr. 11. E. Thompson of Millcdgc-
villo On. writes:
"A bud esse of PcrotaU broke ont on the
clsntU of my nork
whtohhnd U Solsnood
and enusod mo muoli
suffering I si
treated for a ! m;
while but tho physi
clans were nnsblo to
cure rue and my oun
dltlon wss ns ln'l ni
vlien I tpan Heir
trestioent Mnv I 1 I
remedies verousrV ut
without effect 8i mo
one recommended h 8
S. and I begsn tn Im
prove ns soon ni I
hnd taken n few but
ties. OontlDQtng tho
remedy 1 as somi
snil have nevar had a
sign of the disease to return "
liy relying upon S 8 S.nnd not ex-
perimenting with the various so-called
tonics etc nil sufferers from blood
troubles can be promptly cured In-
steml of enduring years of suffering
which grndually but surely undermines
is gunrnnteed purely egotable nnd
never fails to euro Scrciiilii Eezomr
Ctiiicer ltheumntism Oontngiotis
Illnotl Poison Bulls Totter Pimples
Soros Ulcers etc
Hooks mailed froo to any address by
Bwift Specific Co. Atlnnta Ga.
iiitohenns sive thta one unfortunate
who fill n victim t. his lngsrrloii niwl
.xhrut1v.' formulation of a dstlnltton
of variegated prevarication whlcti would
have made Horace Greely rreen with
envy. I strongly deprecate tills abuse
oml espaclaUy that Which has been
hoaped uivoii an Iranored guest of this
evening tlie secretary of war. I have
known film since we aemred togotlier tn
rhfl great war and have watched his on.
rer with affeotlorrate Inters. Puro
n every relation of life social ami po-
litical those who wouM attribute
wrong motive to lm are wholly Ignor-
ant of the character of Mils man. As nil
things come to him who wnlts so will
his full vindication come and oome very
soon. The war f the rebellion hsd Iti
scapegoats and today their memory It
reverred by every careful Tender ot his-
tory; ami so to will nil those now slnn-
drod stand fortli In ths clear light ot
events. Judged by the grand results thoy
Irave accomplished and not by tho ful-
initiations of uartlsan mnlevolonco nnd
General 11 rock In ridge psld tribute to
the imvy by eaylng tlmt the irreatest
brunt of the war fell not only on the
army but on tho navy lie said:
"It does not seem to me Uiat any body
of men ever performed so perfeotly the
duty assigned to them s did the Amer-
ican navy In the late war."
After photogmphtng tho sceno by the
flashlight process the banquettcrs adjourned.
Author of tho I'nninlilols
JIny ho i'rosociited
Washington May I The three pam
phlets copies of which have been prohl
blted In the malls for the Philippines
are those which have ten titles:
"Criminal aggression by whom?" "Ths
cost of a national crlm" and "The holl
of war and Its penalties " These unless
something should evelop to necessitate
furthci aotlon may be circulated through
the mails within this country. According
to Mr. Atkinsons own V-nement as report
ed a large number of the pamphlets
nave een sent ou.. The matter was
brought to tlie a.ientlon o ne postul of.
tlclals by the war department whose
authorities were gr-a y exercised with
a suggestion that soma action be taken.
It Is thought there Is little possibility of
any these publications getting past the
San I'ranclsco office but it u few should
the military authorities in the Philippines
will promptly suppress them.
Postmaster General Smith made this
statement to Wio AseoolateU Press today
"These pamphlets actually Incite to
mutiny and It would lie utterly unjus
finable to permit their circulation among
the soldiers In the Philippines. Tholr
circulation Is a movement to Induce the
soldiers to dlsQuey orders and in effect to
embarrass and resist the government In
whose servloes they are engaged. Their
circulation ixeept in the mails for tho
Philippines Is not interterred with before
In lielng sent to Manila .they are destined
fur ooldlers fighting our battles but In tnig
country the effort to Incite to mutiny
could have no result. Not only are they
designed to Incite to mutiny the Amerl
can soldiers In those Islanus but also to
foment and encourage Insurrection on the
part of thi l'lilplnos themselves.
Such sedi lous literature as now eslopp.
etl might have sn effect on the forces we
now are dealing with that would be In-
calouable to their advantage and certain-
ly would tend to stimulate and strength-
en their already weakening opposition.
Ths law cov.rlng the case Is ample. What
action might be taken and the offense
Is of ths gravest chersoter not to M
discussed I do not belle vo there Is an in.
tuition to prosecute Mr Atkinson as
the matter now stands Th: authority U
do so howaver. Is plain lie not only at-
tacks the president and tne government
In the most virulent language and dis-
putes the national policy but also calls on
ths American troops to defy ths govern-
msnt. Certainly this government Is em.
powered of these seditious publications."
jVOOOHT A DKAW
Mnhor nnd Huhlln 'In n Moody
Kw York May t-Peter Maher ami
Gus ltuhlln fought a round draw In
fers the Ienox club tonight.
Matter a as nine pounds the lighter of
the two. Mahsr was the odds on favor-
ite at 100 to 99. Six thousand people saw
Mahsr weighed ltl pounO . and IluhUn
109. As soon as the refer called them
together for Instructions lhr rsiseH
up his opponent and as lis retire to i.
corner he said: "I've gat an easy thing.
Tlie moment tho men hook hands .-
tlie opening round Huhlln went rlgh. to
his man nnd la ndel light snuvsi an
Maher which almost dosed the opt't A
hard right right on the body sent ltuhlln
to .he floor an dhe took the limit to get
up Peter smashed a hard right to the
right eye Weeding It and ssJoh slugged
till the ben rang
In the second round ltuhlln had alt the
hotter of the argument sSnrtlrur straight
lefts to rli face wMls Peter played for
The three succeeding rounds wore of the
give anil take order but Maher outpoint-
ed hl man on lead and sent In some very
Maher forced tho fighting In th' sixth
sending left and right to the fnre and
nork It looked for a moment that Maher
was going to knock ltuhlln Into the land
nf dreams but Gus woke up unexpectedly
and fought back so cleverly that It was
anybody's light at the sound of the
llotli of Maher' eyes were well bunged
up when he toed the mark for the seventh
round during which he failed to make
any visible Impression on Huhlln's coun
In ths eighth after a long spell of spar
ring ItuhHn sent his right up under Ma-
tter's chin but there was not sufficient
force In the blow to count Toward the
oi d of this round ItuMin sent a hnrd left
to Peter's eye drawing the blod and tne
Iris! man went leck wtrh both hands
swim-ins on neck and lmdy Maher was
the str-inner when the bell rang.
A straight Itfft to the Jaw from ltuhlln
In the ninth round staggered Matter
Huhlln's eyes were In mourning when
he came up for tl tenth round and Peter
sent lefts nnd rights to the optica in
quick sucesslon. Gus was equally ambl
ttous and sent rll orsr Ids man landlns.
on Iwdy and foead very effect i lv
ItuhHn led off with a etralght I ft I l
to the face In tho eleventh nn l -. u
another to tho mouth making AI ih. i
Maher's strength seemed t.i kI n
while ltuhlln held his own and v.b. n n(
bell rsng nuhlln had the call mi mihk
ltuhlln forced Hie light in th.- 12th round
landing both tianda on face nnd h. i
with vigor While Mayher played tontimi
ally for the body with a look.nu fm i
cross on tho Jaw.
At the beginning of the next r un.i
ltuhlln was by far the stronger inn hi
was 'ery careful lis was fooli d b .
feint for the Jaw and ducked Into a iluu
upitercut on the chin. Maher lied iho ml
at the bell.
A right swing on the face at the bgm
nlng of the litb round from ltuhlln l
most put Mnhor through the ropes bin
the IrlBlunnn was game nnd came biuk
almost without a falter. Mahor fortod tin
paoo Bonding his right to the body and
an oooaslonnl loft to ths neck and wind
but ltuhlln woe also very muoli alive and
gave nn account of himself.
A rapid axoliangs ot rights on tho hon I
opened the 15th round and Mnh. r h ...k. i
lila left three times on the fa..- an I m
Ills rltfht hand to the kidneys Mali i b I
all the better of this round
In the isth the iwce which Im.im i i
maintained was evidently hiiviiiK i i
lous sffsot on them and Mah r . n i n
to all predictions as to his stoifnr iu
ties came out of the mill at th i
of the round by far the freehor
IliihMn was by far too slow wh n in
men met In the nth round and Mnh
sent the blod (lying from the nose m.i
mouth with lefts and rights on the fa.
At the close of the round Maher wh
still on the aggressive and hnd ltnl n
in a neutral corner
Ileglnnlng the lsth round ltuhlln inn
ed out of his corner like a kangaroo I n
Malier evaded his rli Hirtdln th. n
ducked Into a left hand hook wtvJ. i I. .1
his right eye.
Hound 30 Maher led but failed to lun.l
llulriln landed a right on head and Ma
nor counter on ma atomsa-li. Iiuhim
tried a left liand for the head but nil:
and Maiier got under countering on th
wind lie was willing to rush mattfti
but ltuhlln stood off his rushes nnd lb
roforeo decided ths liout a draw
Hoturin to Now York.
New York May I. -Hear Admiral Bump
son's squadron of Hire battleahUM nml
two armored cruisers dropped audi
off TompMiurvUle Mils afternoon nfii r i
ten weeks' cruise In the West In. II. I I.
llagstilp New York Iho Urunklwi lull
ana Tesas ami M'tssa hu. n i
to think ' fe-
rn ale diseases "
could only be
treated after "lo-
c a I examina-
tions" by physi-
cians. Dresd of
kept thousands of
client about their
suffering. The In-
Wine of Ctrdul has now dtemon-
stra'ed that nine tenths of all the
cases cl mrnjtrual disorders do
not requhre a physiciAn s attention
at all. i he simple pure
taken In ihe privacy of a woman's
own home Insures quick relief and
speedy euro. Women need not
hesitate now Win of Cardial re-
quires no humiliating examina-
tions for lis ad iptlon. It cures any
disease that cc-"s under ths head
of female troubles" disordered
menes falling of tho womb
"whites" chsns of life Itmakes
women beautiful b making them
well It keeps them yourjg by
keeping them healthy. 51.00 t
the drug store
For tdvlee In esses requtrtnr special
directions address. rMnr ayraMemi.
Ihe LaJlei Advlsonr
The Chattanoo4 Medicine Co
W. 1. ADDISON M.D. CryMl!f. lajfi
"I use Wine of Cardul eitenslvelr In
my praetlce and find It a most excellent
prtparatlen for female troubles."
lnlrmliM-a Jlunt Move at Onto
oilirngton. Mi t .irudor-
v Indian tirrltioiy in . nl.j.
umIo tho luttii a 1 j.a
mi i i ullng In oiu i
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rt. n i ii 1( i i u a lull 1 1 ti in l. M
hum imt 'ii win I H l fall : J. tliui.
hi in K ii i 1 will Hh-.W lln ilJUid
o tltti h imi win nl. Tint t Uilu j iiu If
INiiliiiont i .k -a iwu) tli- la l ow
Hi. Inn n.ltia i :ioy will ix. i d
l III por-n saioi
M -M I dm ii in Imi.i I l
S r 1 nn I i i -cuipl il )ui stmun
k.iiion . ii. lt Inc. uia m U i
not lei biiv ii ni H 1'' ilargruvi. uit ih.
Will in .t. n..i.ijng said ilariiov i
and iKiUir ni ihe ninu wltUi i tmrht
ltaiu iiiu in.iuinee thuniii ti-uorth a
ami dilUir uy the sum.: wlUnu thirty
dfajs fiMin ih i-ervicu ot tho lu'tlco t
CUitnle Bhi.li in You nxjuowi mat tin
doiwrtiin'iu t ili. such steis us may so u
OKist prupir t i preserve tfu nter i
nnd .i .ii.i it pnuHUil . hi Clai
H) i Hon .il ii I ii his liuriii f iui ig
f i I". I ii f tin land.. .1. .i bjl In.
In. nn in I ur sui Ii nih.r mil fur
th. r i i may bt irviei li m .ire
i U Ni l ti i i. o depui tnu nt I as n
i nli ii i ntru! ih. j nl i ji irlbun-
ili i i II lenltni) ii I 11 Ju.l
in ii i i il iris i.ui ..nl n. i-UII 1
I . ll IIIJ I I IKJl'wll!!gH tl I Or ll f
1 1 1 .iil i i I .n uf iun. j i i t ii"
i.iiiial li n i ' j 1 1 ifSdli'iJon of t Ulijo.
nu lit r
UK in Hi AN Ai thii - i tary
Medals of Honor.
"Washington My S ".fcs president has
assured several at his congressional visi-
tors from tlss west of his dsepapprselation
ta ths ssvloss rendsrsd by tfce volunteers
epecially those who have rsmalnsd with
their regiments since ths proclamation at
psaoe.Ils has said to thso sssutiors and
rspressnUtlvss that it Is fc.s sire to re
ward in some fitting way the courage
and endurance ot ths volunteers who had
the right te be dlisbarged upon demand
but who have continued In e service
and materially assisted in brifltftRff th
I'bilipplne wsr to a eioss it is more
than Mkely that President McKmley will
reoomtoeod to congress ths ttr.klnif of a
separate nudal for these volunteers
which will differ frem the radals of honor.
and yet be a memento to ths l'rullpplno
campalgo nd a. recognition at the govern
ments gratitude to thos- who - ive upheld
the flag and supported the government.
sighted at U;ls off lh Jorm i Imk' I
and two hours later the xhl. mi
ing at anchor off (In. rttatun li m I
They will remain there fur i nn
and visitors to th. n-lp will i
coined One by one limy will i N.
dry dock at the ilrooklyn .
have their lKrtto-ns --.pd in.p.i
tn tlie summer evolutions ff u
England coast. T)n Kturt on ". -
Will be made early in Juno
Admlrss ffamimnn appt-nn I
better health tlmn wln-n ) r )
He said that bi u. . i th w.i .
and that the in ha I i n
factory. lis said;
"We had a speed trial In ih. Caribbean
and ths trials showed from 12 to H knots
the New York 19. and the others between
those; figures. The Ilrooklyn made about I
a knot Joss than the New York. Tso gun
Hery practice was done with great ilsiMi
sratlon The effect of the (unnry ex-
perience rained daring ths war was not
apparent bsoaus a larfo proparUon .t
the arsws Is composed of new men. Bsv-
sral of the gun capUiaa never tired a gun
Hear Aiimiral Hampson went to his
homo In New Jersey this afternoon. If
will probably go to Washington tie y.
In a few days.
TriiHls (.'uiiiiot Collect
Si i. ii h M ij 2 - III llin i
of uppi J.K toiii with J urn
Illggs and lioi il on lln I n
tnuuu il.M tun fJS mud.
Ubu i.i th IT eil thu' u u
( hmk ni jl j if umkr tl 1
ojrpor.it inn u l evude thu ji n u
vlded fur ilom ins ot tht M s
trust 1 iw of 1vj1 Umlor i i d
counts with It j is op.rat.nK
lln In Mm nml aro not i i
In lSi7 th. H I Croiu Vnl i
pony ov. .1 th.. Nstloiiiil I. I
1 1700 and im-J h n tally It -l . iu I
rasa thu unipau
Tho doftmsu was that th
I.ad coin(n was a trust f .rmed io
control prli os w vlnliitlon of th i anti
trust 1 in nt J v i' 1 ono suction
' Any pun hi r of any m t i
modify frim :.Uj Iridivldiia
inrimra: on u msacting 1 u
trary to Urn jmcsdlng i.
ml xhuil noi 1 lable fi i I i
imiiieui of si ti arttil
and m) pi i l ihu in t a i
i i am
rp i i
nl o .m
I to liar
r ci ii
I in .
Ii pr ci
tr .d I. f . I
In llin i t il
t wih ri tui ii I
ompany appeaWJ 1 .
verbis ind r m u.ds tl
ui su t f r
I'lio i i v
11 in I i I
l I ll I HI A I
if Iho S ll
I' i nil" 1' il
il iv h d i
i ii e f l r. i i
I h i i il liowed that tl
I i ii l in : organised l r I
'i.ii th i li-.nl I u tineas l thn
. . iitliiui il in il. r tlie trust f i
Uiitlou until lii I at wl . I
ahnurbed thlrt compunti . n
B ates and Mi xlcj irat -.i
and lead busiriiis).
f ns t
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Diddle for M ysars a dires-tor of the I their opmiou that h
I'ennaylvanla railroad dud today sge.1lik.nt pr. ..sun on f
it years lie was a giand'on of Quar-1 -unity ('unnmghaiii
lerinastsr Oeneral Riddle of Washington's
army Iur1ng the war he srved with
Wst I'ennsylvunla volunteers and JU-
Ungulshed t.lmasrf tn many engagements
At Gettysburg be oowfnoadsd th ug
iment and was rewaiHled by a promotion
to 0(Ioa f
int t I. m h
I.m tut h r. u. i
I i con In i im '
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usp it l
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rt. rn ox nlt.iti''
i a ( '"s
turmerly lived at
ninghemptoti N Y.
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.