The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 314, Ed. 1, Monday, May 29, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OPPICIAL'UltUAM OF OUKHOMA DEMOCRACY-Or FlClAL STATE PAPBH-OKP1GK OF PUUcXAflON HAHH15UN AV&NUB.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. MON)Y EVENING M VY -it 189i.
Has just received a line assortment of New Goods.'
X EVERYTHING FIRST-GLASS
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED
LAItOKST AND IIKST hTOCK IN OIU.AHOM V IO hl'LKCT I'iKIW.
T 'W W 1' llf 1 1S iti -TT
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 bo tlono later
on. They get the first selections of the
newest spring patterns mauy of which
cannot be duplicated later in the season
as all paper mills close May 1.
"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 to decide later on and
we feel coniident when you do it will be in our favor.
See 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 KKCE1VKD A COMPLETE LINE OP
WHITING'S FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
FOR LADIES' TSE.
Hammock Croquet and Base Ball Supplies
F. B. LILLIE & CO
VICTOR BLOCK -
tilt 1st ilt itsf. & Hi a? rife " r '- '- -'- - -
J W McNKAL President
Guthrie National Bank.
Hoard of Directors
In addition to officers of bank
W. J IIORSPALL Cashier.
Always Drink Pabst Brewing Co.'s
BLUE RIBBON I DOPPLEBMEU
EXPORT BEER SELECT
BAVARIAN 1 - 1 BOHEMIAN
.."Anic PABST MALT EXTRACT txkati..
USE ONLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY
PABST'S ICE PLANT
PURE CHYSTAL ICE FROM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
TeleDhone 52- PAU L J U N DT Manager-
; M V ' I -niu. in f of
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tBlllnrsUi Jlwrrr l.iliuu.llnir lirnlua. Trlc-el-UMil font!) nl lull
Jtluitftl SBCsbytUvor Ijl i I'f. in iium kiiftMof dikOiurfte bu li II iwlrbi
leuilt lo Bnrniiurri.oBa u.ij .l Um ! rrun ut iiuwitnicy cl'lIHi:i:rfenejUi
liter lti iiaumunU Ueurtiwr wauuuf nil llupurtlloH. Lill)t:M: MreBKUM
naJ?I!ir!rVi'r'er-nrA hv fin inl.W.Unfnllt are trouWwl wIlU Irulullll.
COl'IUKNK Uie uniy
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ciuranUfCirrn auilinanry ihmoikI 1
brmall. boil fcT j'KBitefri'uli.rBiMl t
' AdJrMMtVOl. MWlltlMi
Klionu ri4uroy mcuir
jLiUrMUlVOb HI.IIII l.t l. lu. i.u
For sale by J. N WALLACE.
Now is Uih Timo for v
Wo have thorn in
styles up to ditto and
nt prices that nro right.
H8 OKLAHOMA AYENUE
Santa Fc Watch Inspector
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KM 1. 1 I. II
- GUTHRIE OKLA.
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A J. SKAY Vice IT. ulilent
U T FLYNN
1 1 U Ereat i-ia.
in n i .ji.wiian I i jui curs J m uiui
t. 11. N K'dl M A.U ......HW
tkitiMM. iu iy. itmh '" '.r ?' i 7n ?.V
- .. - - - .T .... l.J l.. Ctm.. U.U...L A lalmUta
r iHMniKiu GbuxMduMuol umi a iwiuMtmH BS- tu"""" i-i
hoi 30 nan i ranawoB vibi.
Guthrie O. T.
At Manila What is Trans-
piling on the
Scrlpps-Mcltae League. '
Manila May 2!). There is tittle hope
that tho relief expedition will be suo-
cessful in rescuing Captain Tilloy of
iue signal corps who wan captured on
tho Island of Negros. Captain Tlllpy
wont ashore at Escamlte with the com
mander of the cable ship Recorder and
several members of her crow Tho
natives posted a Mag of truce but as
soon as the party landed tho insun
Rents opened fire on thoin. All escapod
but Captain Tilloy and his fate has nut
Memorial day will be observed hore
tomorrow for the first time. There
are Mii graves in 1'aoo comotory and
287 at Hattcry Knoll. Those will be
decorated by the dead men's comrades
with tropical wroaths tho only dec-
orations available as Hags cannot bo
prucureu. m inc morning solemn high
mass will be said for tho Catholic doad.
rrotcstant services will bo hold In tho
McKinley's scheme to give tho na-
tives a voico in tho government of tho
Philippines lsabovt to be givona prac-
tical trial The first step was taken
today when a supremo court consist-
ing of three American and six I-'t'Ipino
members was established. Tho judges
are Lieut Col Crowuur judgo advo-
cate. Major Young rtah artillery;
Captain Hirkhimer Third artillery
Arcllcano and Arenta former mem-
bers of the insurgent cabinet Mollina
former president of tho Visayan insur
gents. Araullo Lloronto and Rlanzarcs.
Chicago May 2. -Captain Clark of
the Seventeenth Infantry wounded in
tho Philippines. Is here. Ho says ho
fears the aro not enough troops in
the I'hilimi m-a to make a auick cun-
quest of the slands. Thirty thousand
troops are thre. Of thuso it is nocos.
sary to keep lo.ooo to guard Manila
tor tnousam'i In the city are roady to
revolt and 'i dim are sick lea ing only
luuu for active service
Tito Girls and Cronlod Scanilal
in Industrial School.
Detroit Mich. May 29 The legisla-
tive committee that is investigating
the chare of cruel treatment of girls
in the state industrial school at Arlnn
is in session here.
Edith Oaks regulai otlicer at tho
school testified that Anna Echtinaw
was forced into a scalding bath and
hold there 30 minutes. A half hour
later she lled.
Miss Oaks said hot baths were a
method of punishment. She also tos-
ttfled to holding a girl's hands while
Mrp Lucy SickleH the superintendent
gavo her 25 or 30 blows with a rubber
tubing split into pieces. She had also
scon girl's mouths covored with court
planter for answering back. Mrs
Helen M. Itabcock a formor house-
keeper at the school testified that the
boatings tho girls got were sickening.
One girl who had been impertinent
vas stripped placed ou a loudgo and
beaten unmercifully on tho bare limbs
with a trutm strap.
Mrs. Sickles she bald threatened to
kill tho girl if she did not ury.
Mrs. Iiabuock testified that sho saw
Mrs. Sicklos give Uarrlo Korbos from
75 to 100 blows at one time.
77( Hliittl lot(teu."
Intensely modern is the new murder
story by Randa.' Irving Tyler.entitlod
"The Hllnd Uoo'ss" There is it
seems evolution in uurder stories as
well as in everything else.
Those who road Tyler's " I'our
Months After Date" and said the book
was clever tliouL'h porhaps wolghtod
down with business transactions will
And io "Tho Hllnd Goddess" just
issued a novel drawn in a new vein
but full of dramatic climuxes To
bring home the thoughts it contains to
many who nevoi road murder stories
incidents are need familiar to all who
have followed the recent poison eases.
The prosecuting oilicer's theory of the
crime the appalling accusation of the
innocent daughter of one of tho mur-
dored mon the wob of circumstantial
evidence around and against a man of
unblemibhed character who is aho
accused the defenceless position both
of these people occupy boforo the cor
oner tue subsequent indictment with-
out a hearing before a magistrate all
tliete things make tne reader tulnk.
The underlying motive for the crime
Introduces a diversion in the peron of
an adventuress for whoso presence no
apology is offered as it turns gut that
she is the real culprit
Tbo occasional giimpies of un exo'u-
BWoBoolalolrole the oharrnlng heroine
Helen Hrownell the strong-willed but
Intensely human Sanford Crano ofTer
opportunities for Mr. Tyler's ability in
character sketching which he has not
negloeted. Kvoutho adventures chal-
lenges admiration at times by the
boldness and colduees of her method.
Tho title as will be readily under
stood applies to the more serious side
of the novel which has to do with
prosecution for capital crime but the
well handled romance running through
it all and the satisfactory denoument
make "The lilind Uoddess" a marvel
otisly entertaining book running over
null surprises in its movement and its
literary style. It is more than absorb
ing; It Is compelling. Stuyvesant Tab
lirhing company New York. Cloth
91) paper Me
Xotlee to Uirner of Jioyi.
Dog taxes are now due and will be
payable at'the office of O y Treasurer
jpenoer before tho itii da of June.
CffAS. a Lavx.
IS AGUINALD0 DEAD?
Sensational Story That the
Rebel Leader Has Com-
New York May 29. The Sun prints
a Manila dispatch saying that the
Spanish payers there state that Agui-
naldo Is dead They tuv he commit
ted mi I o hit! or was aRsasHinateil It Is
impossible to confirm the report.
Wasn't in it Willi Tills
Sloor From Kansas
Now York May 39. Itomulus tho
strong man who wrostles with bulls
made his debut in Woohawkeu vaster-
day. . Ho attempted to throw two
wild steers. Over 1000 spectators and
a brass band wcro present when llotn-
ulus appeared clad in tights waving
u llaring soarf at a Kansas steer. The
band played furiously and Komulus
cavorted around tho animal trying to
excite him. Finally the steer dashed
after him Tho bull thrower also
dashed. but not in the steer's direotion
At last he got hold of the beast's
neck with his arms and tried to' trip
him but he hud his shins barked and
lost two pounds of hido for his trouble
After rolcMipg his hoik ami rushing
for ho ""fence where ho rested for
awhile UomuhiH made another trial
bitt tho steer was too many for him. He
mado many attempts to throw thuanl-
The exhibition terminated by the
arrest of Komulus at the Instance of
an agent of tho Society Kor the J're-
vention of Cruelty to animals
Norman May 20. The uotumenoo-
montuxcrclsQsof the territorial univer-
sity will begin on Friday Juno 2 at
whloh time will behold tho final exam-
inations and the annual entertainment
by tho Collego Forum. Hev Fruneis
ICoy llrooko will proach the baccalau-
reate scruion on Sunday June I at 10
o'clock a. in. The department of music
will present the opora "Chlmei of
Normandy" on Tuesday evt-nlng with
the followiug cahto : berpolette Ma-
rion McCune Germalne (Iraee King
Henri Hon W. Davis; Jean Orenlcliv-ux
Elbort Longwell : Oaspard Clare Flsln
or; tho Hailll. Lorn Martin. Thursday
will be held the annual meeting of the
board of regents tnd the graduating
exercises of tho department of music
with athletic sports during the after-
noon. Tho graduating exercises of
the college and pharmaceutical de
partments will occur on Friday The
annual address win ue delivered uy
Captain Hoy V. IIofTman. The gradu-
ates will bo ' Ilachelors of arts Jofese
Lehmanowsky Hclley Lawronco W.
Cole and Itosooe S. Holvio; pharma-
ceutical chemists Frunk Ray Hriggs
Qra Oliver Teeters Ode Iewis Taylor
Sarah EUle Stono and Minnio Q Wood
3IB310KIAli SKK VICES
At 111" ClirlHllun Church 'I ho (1 A
th'ti Ijullen of tlm A IC mill
The Memorial services at tho Chris-
tian church yesterday afternoon wore
largely attended by the O. A. It their
ladles and all the ministers of Guthrie.
The church was taxed to Its utmost to
accommodate the immense crowd. The
decorations were numerous and beau-
tiful. Flowers and flags were scattered
throughout the church.
Jtov. Newby Handled ins subject in a
masterly way and showed that ho had
prepared his sermou witu care ills
text "Aci)ult yourselves like men"
was impressive and every word was
absorbod by the large eongregation.
The sermon lasted one hour and fifteen
Rev. A II Nicholus rector of Trin-
ity Bpiseopal church led in prayer
and Iter. Uleki of the Southern Meth-
odist church pronoflDBod tho benedic-
tion. The Main Ohorus added greatly
to the services It was gotten up by
Joe Severn and the work of the
young men was highly appreciated.
Linen suits '') tents so cents $1 and
$1 '') at the tiuthrie Cash -tore
m. w. Mcdonald
SUCCESSOR TO DAViU HETSCH
Hearing in the Dreyfus Re-
vision Case Begins in
Parte. May 30. The public hearing
of the Dreyfus revision case before tho
court of oamatiou began today The
report of the civil ohatnber of the
court favoring the revision was road
Extra precautions to prevent disorder
are being taken by the government.
All is proceeding tranquilly.
Doubt is expressed as to tho final
decision of tho court and It is thought
tlio majority cither way will bo very
nnrrow If tho decision Is lu favoi of
a rovision Droyfus will bo brought
home on the next steamer. His port
of landing will be kept secret and tho
prisoner wm be tried at uomo garrison
town remote from 1'aris
Oklahoma Live Slock Associa-
tion Denies lloiiort.
Woodward Okla. May 70. At tho
rogulor crnartorly meeting of tho ex-
ecutive committee of tho Oklahoma
Live bt'ck Association at this place
Saturday tho matter of Kansas iuspeo
tlon was fully (lisciissod and tho fol
lowing resolutions unanimously adop-
ted: Whoroas A report has been circu-
lated that tho cattlemen of Votorn
Oklahoma weru avnrso to tho inspco-
tlOtl of rmUlo iio tlm lfn. .... .!....
Whereas Said report alleges that
the cattlomon of Wostoru Oklalioma
havo united in a boycott of the Kan-
sas City markets ou account of the
said Kunsas inspection; therefore be it
Resolved by tho executive commit-
tee of the Oklalioma Live Stock Asso-
clotion in regular session convened
this 37th day of May that said report
is untrue and false in every particular
and wo hereby denounce all such ut-
terances by whomsoever in-uie as det-
rimental and Injurious to the beet in-
terests of the cattle raisers of Okla-
homa; and be It further
Resolved That we respectfully re-
quest the live stock sanitary commis-
sion of Okialiama to muku oillclal de-
nial of such allegation as reported by
the (inthrle correspondent to the
Kansas City Journal in reguid to this
matter believing that such action on
the part of sa d commission will Inure
to the benefit of cattle raisers In Okla-
lioma and eiprclally all those north
and west of the national quarantine
line in said territory. It is hereby
Unsolved That a eopy of these reso-
lutions be furnished by tiie jecretary
of this association to the president and
secretary of tho Oklahoma live stock
sanitary commission nnd to tbe secret
tary of the Kaiibb:. sunilary bourd mid
to the secretary of the Oklahoma live
stock hoard and to the secretary at
the Kunbas City live stock exchange.
Oeo. W. Crr president pro. tern ;
W IS llolton secretary.
Snivel Sorvico Amended.
Washington May 2tf. The president
this morning issued tbe long deluyed
order amending tbe civil serviee rules.
It wag accompanied by a lengthy
Wiucheeter Va May 'i9 lix-gov'
ernor liolliday died this morning.
I'rvfjniM fur JamtraltoH Uay
Following will be the order of exer
viees at the church tomorrow. Song
male quartette reading Scripture les-
son and prayer song wale quarUtte;
reading roll of dead comrades in Sum-
mit View cemetery readiug President
Lincoln's address at Gettysburg song
male chorus recitation. ' Kmfly Uag'
ger's Ride'' Miss Lilian Reynolds;
song male i-borus address of the day
Hev R ft Mcliride bong service ben
ONE DOOR EAST OF POSTOPPICE.
GUTHRIE - - 0. T
itr.l'AIHIMJ NKtTI.V ItONK.
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Extraordinary Values at
lOOdoaen TtdieV Fast Htack Seamless Hose r 5c
100 dor.. Ladies' Fast Rlk and Tan Si-am!. .- I ..
Alo lull line of Faiu-y Plaid and s k Mi
Ijiidlrs' Hose in balbrifivr-m and lis'c at low i
than ever before offered tor the mone-
We will quotyou VRRV !. I
all Ladies' Wash Skirts i-nl
less variety all new uooiU
th.ill. Field & Vo. Call .-ul
unsurpatsed in the city
One lot Dock Skirts triuiinr.l u th u n
ttipe and figure regular ?1 iu!n
One lot "WWt JJuek Uirf- gnml i i'n
One lot Crash Skirts nil oly trimmi-' d value M
One lot Linen Skirts trim mod mtlt wh i and ilnr
ed braid regnlar prion Jl 7i snliltl oek at
One lot Linen SklrU Ihiucc t-IT -i t U baU trim
meHl with"fVd braid worth . i prln-
One lot Crash Skirts braid tnmnn.l . iod "alu at
1150 sale price
One lot Crash Bkirtn regular . in valm' -a i-
Don't full to Vlst our Mill'nory lVtiartttn'iit whir w
on dllpluy one of tho largest lines of trimun-il ami nut i
Hats Flowers and Hat trimmings shown by unv im .
city. Ask to see our trimmed Hats for .'.! ceiitH
Remnant Day Friday May IStfi.
The largest ssNortment for this week that wo have ever i t
ottered. There an- many ilnmopu s of Organdies I'lqms
I'ercalea and all kinds f Punt- In lengths uf one half yard to
eleven yards worth fr un v to .'ii pei yard
ALL 00 AT :i ( KNTS lhll YAW)
KM OKLAHOMA 1()) ill DIAISION
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Current Does Business Willi
Braun in Olio
sing Sing N V.. Way w.AdrUn
Ilrnuu wife murderer wm aleQtroout-
oil this morning in the prison here
The current recorded 1800 volU od
llraiiu was prouunced dead In one;
Ih Hot Said ho Never Predicted
Cyclones lor OIiUIioiiik.
Oklsboina City May :. -The Rev
Irl R. liicks weather prophet has put
on war paint and goes aftei tlm editm i
of the Oklahoma I ity 'linns Journal
in the following manner A copy of
your issue of tbe :tli of April ls'i'i
Las been mailed me by nno of your
subscribers 1 esn scurei ly believe
that you set out to perpetrate a dulib
erate falsehood against an uuoffend
ing brother In your editoi al In iefr
enee to myself. lam wilting to be-
lieve that yon have been mislead by
newspaper or othn r. pmi which bad
no foundation in fact 1 f you cau ttod
one syllable that I have uver spoken
or printed or intimated Hmt dangerous
storms or tornadoes would rage
through Oklahoma or any 'ber psi
ticular town or section I w. volun
leer to some to your town ami L ilniut
to your application of tar ami ft utlu-rs
in the presence of your asM- nbled eit
Izeus. If you cannot ithow that your
accusation is truthful and you have
one spark of manly honor in your
son) you w'll correct the groas and
unkind Injustice wh'ch you have per-
petrated upon myself in your editor
iul. I shall take no further steps in
this matter until sufficient time has
elapsed for you to make an honors ble
correction If you ntist on letting
your statements stand in the putili'
prints without luodittestfon you kiia i
certainly bear from me lator lu n.
l nless a woman eatasiiOii-ient i. "i1
ishltig food she can neither gm m r j
keep a good aouinlexlon Koo.l when
digested Is the ba of ail health a' I
strength all beauty. II. n.ine v. i
help digeat what you eat uml ive i
the olear bright b-aut.ful skm i f
health. I'riee ' and 76 nuts -by
K It. LHlie Co. and Muoh v
J'urm llfttlUd WuU'r i
lam pies'td to inform m naro.is'
a' l the public in gei nj i ' I n
prepared to supply rii ' v w i
br (ileal! y pure distil u .iirt Mi
rate of live '.ills p. r ga ' It tl
faotory. Tln is o' pi .a ! n jw
that Ul .vater wurics have on i i .
water wltu w'i.-h tufciipiy in . ii
I'Al'l Jt.Sl j
Manager I'abnt K-e IMant.
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Sale This Week
l.'K'KS tin- ' ( k on
'iav t In pi in end
eci'i ctl no i Mar
our 1-mi l in nl 1--
braiii ( tin .
ale pr i i-
Passes Owr the Indian Ter
Cftddo I. r Mav ') -A terriile . v
alone pftMed over tins lu vi. ii IttHt ni'ht
Tbo operi house was iinronfeii ai. 1
several iiusinev honors iliimtiK' !
MftDy hoiisi'g were iiii.uiirtrlaiul bli.Jin
from th ii foundations
IVyinii r rklii Mini On lima for
lol.H IILn knell
I'eyton 1'erklnn whose trial for I o
kiilmg of lohu Hlaikwi-ll at a riatn-e
hak bei u mi at '1 oLiimsi-h for kev r;il
das was convicted by a Jury Satur
day of manslaughter in the sei olid
degree The senteiue has Hot yi t
been passed by Judgu l!ie well.
The hilling of lohn lliackwell at
Avoha and the cir um .tauce r
rounding it are still fresh in the m m
iry of tli old Rettlers td iugh it l.aj)
pened in the upring of There I.m1
b en a dance at A v.
the ki'l ri' an I I i
trivial quarrel w tin
ami io smart I' r.
and laii hi night Hi
thei i i ii tnvrir r tin n
n liad hail a.
I iini Klai kwi 11
us i an a saloon
Inn men ttoppi d
fimu the dam ir
isoiui wm l pasi.nt bitweun the men
mnl l'i U ri t begun shooting. ltla U.
vie i w dn i lied and Stuart woundi it
iiuari H ft the country after the
sin utiii u nit could not be found win n
tin t.i i aiue on. The qnae was i
hut i fu igiit one and there was vt
siirpn-i at the verdict.
All membera of Co AM. N w arr
hereby ordered to report at the ar.iiory
May 10 l'j at I! m p m sharp t.
attend Decoration sirmes. No u
euses 'y ordei if 1 i i i O. Mii i n.
( apt. Com ig
s I ep
sds They work
ft f .; I MURb I Muil.tr. ' fcat both will l'i ti-
"l .ik h. u ah i Ju!liMod tiy uvl
a.liji .11 .f I ii i m iiuiMtit tberrat
k .i .ruftiidi'iii i ..f in .llini will arT.i !
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