The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 306, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OKFICIAL. UKliAM OF OLAKHOMA DEMOCRACY-OrFIOIAL BTATB I'APKW-OFFICB OP PUBLICATION. HAHrUSON AVUNUU.
GUT1IRIE OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY KVENING MAY 1
Fow is tlio Time i'or
Wo Iihvo thorn in
slylcs up lo lato and
at prices that aro right.
J18 OKLAHOMA &YENUE
Santa Fa Watoh Inspector X
.116 OKLA. AVENUE
Has just received a fine assortment o New Goods.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED. X
X Litorsr and hi:st stucic in Oklahoma to sklkci ntosi. X
ttper 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 first selections of the
newest spring patterns many of which
camiot be duplicated Inter in the season
as all paper mills close May I.
We will take pleasure in showing you
our stock at any time whether you are ready to pur-
chase or not. It will help you lo decide later on and
we feel confident when you do it will be in our favor.
Sec our papers at from Gc 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.
JOST niSCBIVKD A COMPLETE LINE OP
WHITING'S FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
FOK LADIES' USE.
Hammock Croquet and Base Bali Supplies
M-v i.im:s jivt i:i:ci:ivi:ii
. LILLIE & CO.
VICTOR BLOCK -
& NEWS DEPOT.
- GUTHRIE. OKLA.
J W M NKAL I'r.siilcnt
A J. SHAY Vice President
Guthrie National Bank.
ll.iard il Directum
In addition in i.niccrs of
bant 11 T 1I.VNN
J K. UOTTINUIIAM
W. J. HORSPALL Cashier.
And Jabs and Timely Ter
The Uuthrie leader's interview Willi
Judgo Scott waB the warm number of
tho vernal equinox Wichita Eagle.
Next Monday Judge Iturford will
hold a onoiday sossion of court in this
city and thou go to Woodward where
he will hold c .tut for several weeks.
Mr. A. W. Dunnagan of Taloga no.
tided Admiral Dewey that 1) county
had been named Dewey and received
the following : " Dear sir I have tho
honor to acknowledge the receipt of
your letter of January-31 informing
mo that at a recent election your (D)
county was uamod ' Dow oy ' in my
honor. I bog to express my appioaia'
tion of this honor and liopo that at no
distant day I will have tho pleasure of
vifiiting it. Yours truly Okohok
Tho survey of tho new road to tho
southwest will begin on May 19. Tile
surveying corps will consist of sixteen
men. t Hli a full commissary outtit it
is the intention to run the preliminary
from here to the objective point on tho
Port Worth A Denver roan and then
mako the permanent survey coming
back. It will requlro about six weeks
to mako tho preliminary survoy and
about two months to mako the perma-
nent location. The point of inter.ee'
tion with the Port Worth it Denver
has not been definitely determined
yet. It will depend largely upon the
report of the ongincors. C. (1. Jons
will havo general supervision of th.
survey right of way etc
Killed Bv Walson (Jani?
Thieves nt Shawnee
Special to Tho Dally Leader.
Shawnee O. T. May 10. Dr Kb
inond was killed northwot of this
place yeBtcrday afternoon by Hill Wat-
son a member of u notorious Rang of
The Watson gang numbering five
well known horse thievos havo lately
committee dopredations in this vicin-
ity and the shoriiT and posse of which
Dr Esmond was a member were in
nursuit Tho cane was arrested and
tho party started for this place. It
scorns that Watson had not been
searched and at a tlniu when the o Ul-
cers were suipoctiug nothing Watson
shot Esmond in tho head killing him
In the confusion the thievos made
their escape and at last accounts were
headed in tho direction of l'ureell. A
llarcre nosso was ortranied and is now
in pursuit and a hot fight may be ox-
Commissioners Surrender lo
Lawlon While Seeking
Manila May 17. -Seven insurgent
commlMloners sont by Agnlnaldo lo
seek tonus of peaee aro now enrouto
to Manila from San laidro. Two of
tho commissioners were in an Isulro
wban Lawton captured the town.
The others fled to j oln Aguinaldo Tho
two surrendered to Americans and
said the ITtltpino. want peace on any
terms. It is reported that Huenleam-
ino and Herrera the Philippine peace
commissioner enrouto to Manila
havo been captured by (leneral Liiui.
Luna is opposed to anjr overtures for
Hong Kong May 19: (leneral Oils
at Mcnlla has been notified of tho
shipping last week of eighty thou&und
do II a re worth of fire arms from Toklo
to l'lillippine itiMirgentn
For Home Tomorrow Does
Dewey To Be Honored
Manila May 19. Admiral Dowoy
will start on his voyage to Amorlcu
tomorrow afternoon. Everything is
In readiness for his departure. Savor-
al ICuropoan naval commanders have
notified the admiral of their intention
to woloome him at their stations.
Is the Occupalioii and Diversion
oi' Kullalo People.
peeled beforo morning.
Not Opposed to the American
Schemes if They Can
Handle the Cash
l'arls May 19. Agoncillo told a cot-
rospondent today that tho Filipinos
wore willing to accept tho American
scliomo of government for tho island
even conceding tho powers of govern-
ment to American governors provided
the Filipinos havo cntlro control of the
Filipinos Divided the
of Americans is
Washington. May lD.-Olllclal ad-
vloos regarding tho capturo of tho Fil-
ipino poaco commissioners by Ocncml
l.una have not yet. been reuoiveu nore
but the nows Is generally accept d as
true and is received with equanimity
in official circles. With Fillplnes
divided and fighting among themselves
the tasli oi American lorccs win ue
AgaiiiBt Mrs. George Do
East Liverpool O . May !. Tho
City Ministers' association yesterday
adopted resolutions protesting against
tho lecturo of Mrs. Anna E. Oeorgo in
this city Saturday night and calling
upon tho people "in tho namo of
Christian womanhood tho sanctity of
the homo tho sacredness of mother-
hood and pure morals to rofraln from
encouraging nils' -hamelos flaunting
of a confessedly wicked life in tho face
of good people.''
Always Drink Pabst Brewing Co.'s
BfMMfc ImM ItmC
Lu. L n
PABS1 MALT EXTRACT .sTuffi..
USE ONLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY
PABST3S ICE PLANT
PURE CRYSTAL ICE FROM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
Telephone 52. PAUL J UNDT Manager.
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Ih Ike llncU.Kriuiiiul :iiill..ii. riuii llrblllly. IMiui'le
l.xlinusClue Itrulua. YrlrorrlP mill t'uiitinlion
' Iikfc. j suit i 4MC.I 4& or i If hi. lfrrv.tqaU3k.iiwiut cluclutrfr wh h It i.ilebn.lc4
i u (j oLM.rui'jirriiwaiiaiiii tbe tAinwnol iuilGti-ni y. lirillij.i
II 1' Q III
aod restore imi 1 k t'
uu1 Uie utiuuty oigtuu l( all luipuriile.
1-: ifeauMM the
Ineroiut iu kutTf?r. a an
cn un Ni-. i
i (urrd by DocUinL.h-juiBpr-eiilai trouble J with l'roslul III.
ii rm f-i tu mrv tiiiu( n oiwrxtium Uiu KatlmonUln. A wliifil
cuaranicoKlvcniiuini iimhi I f C Hjt.sJ wnuuV effect JfBiaucat cutt U It XaJ.fi (vri.W
byniAll BenJ fur nifcHcfn uur 1 1. uuiut I .
AOarftsstiAVUt Wl.IUClM. .. ! u. Ilox HCC Kmi FrMiclsco Cat
For sale by J. N WALLACE Guthrie O. T
Several hundred miners at i'ltts-
buri?. Kans.. aro still out.
A big gold strike is reported near
Cape Home Wash.
Tiie v 'orris wnooi is 10 ob mu
from Chicago to St. Louis.
Collin manufacturers are in session
at Cincinnati to organize a trust.
Ueneial ami Mr Henjamln Harri-
son have sailed far Southampton.
Tho preliminary trial of the battle-
ship Kearsago will take plaeo ne.tt
Six hundrud miners havo struck at
Cartursville III. for It eentB a da
It s said that Captain Coghlan of
tho Italeigh will bo given shore duty
at San I1 ranclsco.
Osage City Kansas miners have or-
ganized a union hut there Is no Indi
cation of a strike.
Mrs. liello Coleman insano com-
mitted sulcldo at llopklnsvllle Ky.
by drinking boiling waUr.
Tho Victor Rubber Fire oompany
has been sued for $500000 fur alleged
Infringement of a patent.
Chlcigo board of trade josturday
indorsed Congressman Hopkins of
Illinois for speaker of the House
Three batteries of field artllerr have
been iordered to South Africa to
strengthen the lirltish forces there.
Troops will be sent to Uurke and
Mullin la. to prevent further disor-
der. It la quiet at Wardner.
I had a little boy wbo was uesrly
dead from an attack of whooping
cough. Mi neighbors recommended
Chamberlain's Cough ttemedy I did
not think that any medicine would
help him but after giving him a few
doses of that remedy I noticed an im-
provement and one bottle cured him
entirely it is the boet cough medicine
I ever had in the house . L. Mooiik
South iiurgettstown l'a. Kor sale by
If you have thu grip try Millie's anti
Ituffulo N. Y May IU This is a
bicycle town. ISrery summer day on
which there is no rain from su.MOO to
(lo.OOO wheels are ridden. ICvery day
on which tbe rain falls steadily from
morning to eveuing the receipts of tho
street our lines are Increased by from
$800 to tl.JOO. There is one wheel to
every eight men women and children
including the poorest I'oles and I tali
ians. The wheel Is the common means
of locomotion (or 100000 persons so
dealers in bicycles figure.
There are about ISO doalers iu bicy
ales and sundries nearly 100 repair
shops and nearly 100 small shops and
stores In which bicycles are sola exclu-
sively. There are moro tnon dealing
in bicycles than iu drugs or broad ;
more men mending wheeU than are
shooing liort.es and ropairing wagons
and other ruhieles.
Kddie Itald and the asphalt pavoi
nionls are responsible for ItulTalo's
friendship for the whenl Itald is of a
family of butchers. His father is a
butcher and four other Balds run
moat markets iu various parts of the
city while many leaser Ilalds are on-
gBged dally In carving meat for those
who eat it. Itald worked in his fathur's
meat market He was a strong boy.
His muscles grew under tho weight of
beef mutton and pork. Ho belonged
to a bicycle club and camo into prom
Inencvt carrying tbe club colors and
riding for gloiy and L. A. W. dia-
monds liuilalo wan full of fait
amateurs and when Itald worked his
way to the top he found ho could make
more money riding as an amatour
under L. A. W rules than ho could
wrestling with beef and when the
club to which he belonged asked him
to cease shouldering sidss of meat and
ride altogether lie did so
Decided 1'iion I'or ProRliionl
of 'Stillwater College.
Stillwater May 19. Tho board of
regents of tho Agricultural and Me-
chanical college at its meeting decided
to elect A. 0. Scott at tho Juno meet-
ing to succcod C. W. Morrow as presi-
dent of tho college. Up to the present
time the positions of president and di
rector havo boon held by one person.
They will bo separated and Prof. John
Fiolds mado director. Col. Glazier
will rctlro in June as horticulturist at
tho experiment station. HIb successor
will probably bo an eastern man
Tho board lot tho contract for tho
oroction of a mechanics' building to
an Hi Ueno contractor Kills whose
bid was 8S.000. Itlds for tho now li-
brary building were ordered advertised.
Instigated tlio Strike Among
(ho l'arls hotter Carriers.
Strang Trlfoo of bavaces Found
IJy an J-iXjilorer.
Vancouver 11. 0. May IU Tho
Htcamhln Hmnrebs of India arrived
from tho Orient last night bringing
news of the ascent for the first time
of Mount Morrison the highest moun
tain in Formosa by Stocpol tho ex-
plorer. Stoepol bays tho heat was ter-
rific and he narrowly escaped death
from wild animals and men.
Ho found on tho mountain a strong
tribe of maneators hitherto unknown
to cxlBt. Tho peoplo are evldontly of
Malayan origin and distinct from any
known race They havo never com-
municated with tho Chinese
They aro Bkull hunters and canni-
balism was actually witnessed by
Stoepol who saw tho progress of a
feast while hidden closo by in underbrush.
fi'tCtiti'ii'li'iii'ii ii J i ft t i i
I Extraordinary Values at
t The Cyclone's
I Special Sale This Week
X 1M dozen Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose at 5c.
100 do. Ladies' Fast Hlk and Tan Seamless Hose 1(
Also full line of Fancy Plaid and Silk Checked
$ Ladies' Hose iu balbrigjfan and lisle at lower prices
.$$. than ever before offered for the money.
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS
J "We will quote you VERY LOW PRICES this week on
tR all Ladies' Wash Skirls and we have them iu end
'Jjf less variety all new tfoods just received from Mar
shall Field A Co. Call early as our assortment is
jk. unsurpassed iu the city.
4&a One lot Duck Skirts trimmed with white braid fanoy
X strlpo and ilguro. regular St. 80 value sale prioe
.. One lot White Duck Skirts good value at 81 7S sale
W One lot Crash Skirts nicely trimmed good value SMI
if salo prlco.
.& Uno lot Linen Skirts trimmed with white and oolor-
jL ed braid rogular prloo SI. 78 sold this weok at
ito Ono lot Linen Skirts llouce offset lace back trlm-
t med with rod braid worth W 78 sale price
V Ono lot Crash Skirts braid trimmed good value at
4f SI. SO salo prloo
Ono lot Crash Skirts regular 78 cants value sale
$ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
jte Oon't fail to vlst our Millinery Department where we have
'V on display ono of tho largest lines of trimmed and untrimined
ijf Hats Klowers and Hat trimmings shown by any house in the
i city. Ask to seo our trimmed Hats for .50 cents
Remnant Day Friday May f 9th.
The largost assortment for this week that we have ever yet
oiTored. Tlioro are many i-hoico piecs of Organdie. Wqupn.
1'ercalcH and all kinds of Prints in lengths of one-half yard to
clovon yards worth from .1e to JOc per yard
ALL 00 AT CKNTS TEH YAltl).
i nt I w I SI gill" t
io iV in 1)1 vision !!
TUtTrnWUft-t' iV if it" if if -(I'' "! i WTiTT.TTTfT"????
To Make The Hague F
Conference a Permanent
Is Entirely Feasible DlfTer-
ences are Patched
Tho Hsguo May 10. -The next meet-
ing of tho poaco conference la to bo
held tomorrow and will be devoted
entirely to business The aommlttoos
will bo appointed and the program for
future proceedings outlined It is
expected that tlio oxtonJod plan to be
unfolded by Chairman De Htnel will
include a proposal to mako the confor-
enco a permanent institution a sort of
parliament of nations to moot overy
three or five years for thu purpose of
perfecting plans for poace. A part of
this scheme arbitration will be left
to a conference committeu whluli two
or moro powers could summon to Judge
Washington. May v -It 18 stated
that tho dlnerciKVH between tho
Niearuagua commissioners have born
settled and the report will gu to Min
president. The report mil say that
the proposed waterway is ontlrly
leasable but the cost is estimated at
a hundred und twenty.flve miliums
lhe commissioners favor tho Lull
l'arls May 19. Tho striking lettor
carriers resumed work this morning
saying they bad received assurances
that the government would make oon
eessions to them It ib stated that tho
strike was instigated by Socialists.
Mrs. Downey Horhowlilnnod tho
Matters Engross thn Tlmo of
tho Old b'ol.liorH nt
Klngflshor May in Congressman
Caldcrhead of Kansas snoko at the
reunion today Thp crowd is growing.
!'at t'oonoy and A O. Coulter alao
spoke. Congressman Flynn delivered
a long address on pension matters
Ohioago May lit Mrs. W. Ht .lohn
Downey wlfo of a physle'an horsui
whipped Anna Linn on the street last
night and thou discovered that she
had wielded the lash over the wrong
shoulders after she and her victim bad
been arrestod Mrs. Downey wai look
ing lor a dashing widow whom she
accuses of having alienated her husi
. w. Mcdonald
SUCCESSOR TO DAVID HETSCH.
.lowers Over Adoption or llos-
olutlon ol t'oiiRnro.
ONE DOOR EAST OF P0ST0FPIC8.
GUTHRIE - - 0. T.
JtKIMIICINO NKATLV UUMK.
Minneapolis May 10. In the gen-
eral assembly of tho 1'resbyterisn
shurch this morning an effort was
made to pass a resolution of censure
against erecting a Catholic chapel si
Went I'olnt but it failed of adoption.
ino repon oi me committee on re
duced representation was read. Over
sou delegates aro present.
Only Ono 31 ino Oporatlnj!.
Wardner Idaho May l'J.- h.mUtr
Hill mine non-unloa s the ouH o
running In the Coeur O'Aleu dist.let
Two hundred union men have itt for
Oration to KeJiloy.
Omaha Nob May Ut A dm Ira
Schley scoompsniod by his wlfo ar
rived this morning and wo given an
enthusiastic reception They weuttj
ueuerai uanuersou s home
Homo ol" .hiBtico Oliaso 31ny
Ho rurclmsoil lor Dowo
WasUlugton Ma i. ' dgcwo.Hi
Uie former homo ! n ( Juhtico
Chase will be sold at tu ti m on Mon-
day. It bss b m MiggcM. .1 that it be
Eurebased for the homii for I)ewey
ut the committor iw i.(t 1 1 preparrti
Tronlilo In Costa Kica
Colon Columbia May 1 t - AU t
from Costa Rica sav tuat trtmi
likely between that eountt r ami "
carauga. Coeta Rica is itMen.)' .
troops oti frontier
Siberian CKnltal JVstroypii
Moscow Mav i ' l'..i lst th.
Hal of Hlberis lis . . -i -. Isiu a
Are. which destroy. I haif iu city
Wssbii.gtiiu Maj 1
tr.al commishiun todav
tttUintr of lestiinnij y r
'J he ir in;
i! m t i ' i
f-"' - - - "n
ll S1ISSBMI - I I
PAINFUL FINGER ENDS
Uxi Ni'.ur luiLiriiEir Atuk tbe hiuia
tfe-ruuglil) mi reti'i i iu a iidi Uthvr of
(Xi'tunA Hoii- r)uul miomt fr-i with
CITU.UK4 oiutiuuiat (lie grMt (km cure and
purest of WMUtUvutft Auulii i.ifes(luriii(;
Iko utgat. For te iuutiU tkittlog buruiDK
palms sad iluful ttugvr ettdt this o ittAC
IrmttHtnt ti wuadurful.
EPfoli)K Mothitrf lr aaoit cumlxUc t
W fcwrM4U U rtiMihfcUf deaju.ar.
purifi u4 fuuikfol property of Cvuc ha Br
tn4 W 0u4 av m Ut tt duly
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