The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 311, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 7, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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New York June . The record for tlw
holtejt In New York was reached today.
From early niorrrin whan th tlinnoi-
ter stood around 78 until to to in the
afternoon the mercury went gradually up.
A !f" -i it reached the limit W.
On only two June days in tho pat U
yrs lias the temperature reacted any-
thing like It did today. In the year MM.
ond also in t. the maximum for June
waa M. The record at the weather bur-
eau was m derees and the atmosphere
was terribly oppressive
The opening ot the h-at neason with
fhe record breaking temiienuure was ac-
romiMnied by an unusual number of
prostrations (or this time of the year In
New York ctty and several r the nearby
towns there were 31 prostratlona record-
ed. Twent) -three of them occurred 111
New York City Onl iu mses were
HOT IN PHK'AUO
Chioagn. June (-One death due to the
heat was reported today and mere were
many prostrations. The mercury touched
1 and the esceesiv bumldjty made the
heat almost unendurable.
The -asualtiee due to the. heat are tut
lllihml Soukraska. laborer
ed Saturday died In hospital
Bolan. dropped in lh
dird n 81 Luke rt bosptUl.
All of the a bow are labortm. None of
rtheae cases will uroe fatal.
The wither bureau prodlt a oan-
tinuanoe of the warm voatlier tomorrow.
HOT IN WASHIKOTON.
WaaWufjUin. June d Tbo weather
bureau reports abnormally hot weather
today on the gulf ooat. In Washington
the maximum temperature wa 70.
The only cool epota on tho map tonight
in the territory on receipt
were Helenu Jlont. and Westport Jfe.
HOT IN PITTSBUIta.
I'Mtsburg Juno 6. Two doatlia anil
many prostrations resulted hero today
from the extreme heat. Alfred Teuschy
an Iron moulder atid an unknown I'oll
uccumed. The Kovenmient lervatory
rneriunitr registered 93 degrees.
HOT IN JKRSBY CITY.
Jersey City June 6. In Jersey City six
prostrations were recorded one f these
b4n a woman. Utng Island City report-
ed two. one man and one woman.
Of tbie total number only seven deaths
had been reported at midnight.
HOT IN ST. LOUIS.
St. Louie June 6. A number of the city
IHibiio schools were eloied today on ao.
count of the oppreaalvo weather. The
majolmuHi temneraturo offieially reported
today tt-aa M Uegreee. There were but fow
HOT AT COLUMBUS.
Columbus. O. June 6-The heat hero
today waa Inuase ana for many hours
the hermumeler hung around M. Many
proatrations were reported.
Indian Burners Receive
iluacoge. I. T. June C-In the United
States court here Nelson M. Jones the
ex-deputy United Stale marshal who Is
held" directly responsible for the burning
of the two Seminole Indian boys near
Maude. Oklahoma hi January 1SS8 and
was convicted of taking part In that
crime lias been sentenced to 21 years In
the penitentiary at Jefferson City.
Ma thee another member of the mob.
was giveu ten years In the penitentiary
at Fort Leaven worth Kansas.
Craig who was convicted of killing
Deputy Marshal Jfelnrlohs at Tahlequah
I T. la-t March was sentenced to bt
h-.nged July 15.
Berlin. June ft Baron Saurms. Von
Jelucb. Oennan ambassador to Italy will
retire In account of 111 health.
CHIEF OF POLICE DEVUEY
Will Not Allow SiMgglni: by
FitzsiiilmOrtS r Jefforles.
New York June 8. Chief Devery to-
itself Into a "brutal slugging match."
night gave out the following matrment
relative to tho courso ho wfll take. In case
the F1trs!mmonfl Jeffries fight mtIVM
Prom certblrv published statements of
experts on prize ring nnd boxing mattent
and from various sources. It would appear
that ttio two would b pugMetlo cham-
pions who are -town for a spurring contest
t tho Coney Istuid nthletlo vlub on Trl-
day night next or their backers or man
(iKers. Intend to have under the gulae of
iiie iiorcon uiw rt spamnB coiuevi a gen-
uine old tim slugging mtch or pris tigiu
If no sucti slugging nmtoh In Intended
then tile Inferciico Is time t1i-m tnte-
menta nnd Impressions nre spread for the
solo purpose of gullNng and Imposing on
fonslderlng tho parties to the content.
their respectlvo welghth and other attrn.1
Ing clrcumstnncM and conditions it is ai-
nnwt n physical ImiKMdblUty for ths two
Individuals referred to carry on a lawful
contest for points on 1I10 coming occasion.
Tho very naturo of things tends to an out
and out prizo fight.
I shnll bo present at tho contest and (is
chief If police I shall pcramaUy -e to It
that tho letter ftl spirit of fhe hw n-
latlvo to such contosts nra o1yed atv.1
Miat thcro will ba no slugging nor heavy
hitting; nothing but u clean cut lawful
siKirrlng exhibition for point. Any per
son who permits himself to be gulled or
Imposed upon by tblnklng otlierwlxe will
find himself very much nihtrtken It will
V-o well for the publlo to uiHlertaml that
tho Ural lieavy blow struck wm mark the
tnd of the contest.
New York Juno 6. Hob IMntlnnnoiia
was comolled to let up u little in 'id
trninlnK today owing to tht extreme litt.
Milrtu.ii Julian ndvlped tbo chniniin to
tnko things easy. Instcstd If lKxng with
his sparrlnj; partners In the brn Kit-
HlmmonS had a canvns enclosure erected
In tho rear of Ills residence and rhere he
fought nine hard nnd fust rounds with
Pan Hickey Jack Idverhardt and Yank
ntzslmmons appeared to bo In eilge ind
If anything lookcil to be trained iv trifle
line. IIlH work with the gloves wan all
that could be desired by Ills most Msnguln
adherents nnd when lie turuod In ftr i
shower bath and a rub down Hob showed
no slgnH of fatigue whllo the other throe
pugilism wcro winded cimslderably. Flts-
slmmotui Is now about the middle weight
limit and chuck full of confidence in his
ability to win from Hie young Crtlfornwn
who will liuve an ndvnutugo In weigbt ot
nenrly CO pounds when they meet next
Friday tilght at Coney Island.
Tho early morning work wai aim re-
duced and with the exception of punching
tho bag nnd a turn wll'li the medicine
ball ntzsmmons ild not exert hlmseli.
After eating ti hearty dinner llids even
Ing Hob took his usual run of twelve nillra
nnd as soon a ho had nnolhc rub down
Martin Julian wlru Is watching out fo-
the intersts of the champion enl 1 tonight
thab FKzslmmonw was In rare good trim
nnd that from now on the work would be
diminished gradually On ho felt lha: his
man wim on edgo and there would be no
'urther use for exhaustive training.
Now York June 6. Oeorge Seller who
will referee tho big light between Jeffries
and Fltzslmmons at Conoy Island Frl-
dny night arrived from Chicago tonight
"I have not decided on any particular
course to pursuo in the big right" ho
4a1d " because I havo not had u chance
to talk with the principals. I do not
see why thin should bo any harder to
rofero than other big lights that I havo
presided over. Hoth men are pretty easy
to got along with In the ring.
New York June ft Tho remaining days
which Jim Jefferles will havo boforo com-
ing to New York for me fight 7f Friday
night win be given up to very tight
work. Ho has gotten hlmseu in lino
form and ho will do but little road work
and that of a very light nature.
Jeffries will leave Ashbury park for
this city cither Thursday night or Fri
day morning. This matter will bo des
elded by Manager Ilrndy tomorrow.
On Friday Jeffries will do very little
work expecting to enter tho ring In frosh
condition. Tommy llyan Jlu Daly Hil-
ly Delaney nnd his brother Jack Jeffries
will act as sooonds.
Jeffries today Bays that ha Is willing to
match bis strength and skill against that
possessed by tiny man known to tho
He seems to have himself well In hand
and is confident of success. He says:
"I will defeat Fltz Friday nlcht and es-
tablish my claim to the heavy weight
championship. How 1 will do lt it U lm-
possible to say. My object will be to
land Fits at tho first opportunity whe-
ther It Is tho first blow In the first round
or tho last blow in the Inst round. I do
not propose t trltlo with tho chanco.
nnd rny first consideration is to win the
light at all hazards."
An Artillery Lieutenant
Com in I tH Huiclilo.
'Manila June 7 7:10 a. m. Lieut. Fred
V. I'oarco of the Cth United Status ar-
tillery committed suicide hero this morn-
ing. He cume from Hollo a week ago on
leave but lingered here beyond the limit
and failed to reply to repeated telegrams
Irom his commander.
Yesterday he was put under arrest on
his commander's orders. This morning
naother officer called to see him when he
suddenly pulled a revolver from under his
coat and shot himself through the head.
His friends say his mind was affeoted
by a recent sunstroke.
A Spanish paper asserts that Col. Ar
guellas one of the two members of the
original Filipino military commission who
ware placed under arrest at Tarlac laU
month after returning to their Lunus
ramp from their conferences at Tusoarj
bas been court martialled and sentenced
to 12 years imprisonment for "friend-
ship displayed toward the Americans."
St. Louis and San Francisco railroad
Take the most popular route to St.
Louis and all points eaat Kansas City
and all points north and west.
Sunta r"e trains make close connec-
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for all points on the Kribco line.
Bt. Louts and Kansas City mall and
txpress leaves Oklahoma City at 0:15
every morning; leaves Bt. Louis at 6:10
every evening and arrives at Oklahoma
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Through reclining chair cars with-
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ton Five dollars for the round trip
Frisco Hbo from Oklahoma City.
on His Ankle.
Obitinato toret and ulcers are a sure
sign that the ontlro circulation Ir. in n
depraved condition. They are a severe
drain upon tho ijstom and nre con-
stantly capping away tho vitality. In
every caso tho poison must bo elimi-
nated from tho blood and no amount of
external treatment can have any effect.
Mr L. J. Clark of Orange Court
home Ya writes
"For six rears t had
an obstinate running
uicer on my an air
Xhloh at limas raased
was so disabled for a
long while that I was
wholly unfit for busi-
ness. One of the best
doctors treated me eon
stanllr but did ma no
food I thtn tried va-
rious blood remedies
without the least bens
fit. 8.8.8 was so high
ly recommended that
concluded lo try It
and the effect was won-
derful. It seemed to
get right at the seat
of the disease and
force the poison out
and I was soon completely cured."
Swift's Specific drives out every trace
of impurity In the blood and in this
way oures permanently tho most obsti-
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CC C Br
ouroa contagious lllood 1'oldon Scrofula
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Sores. Ulcers Holla or any other blood
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ESCAPED TO THE HILLS
FIIIpanoB Fleo From Their
Trenches as tho AmericanH
Manila Juno 6 S:30 u. m. Tho Amerl
can forces Have occupied the peninsula
and Oenural flail's column Is encamped
ut .Merong. Major Truman marching
serosa tho Illnangogan found It Impntc
ticable to form a cordon: and tho Insur
gents with the exception of a hundred
or two who escaped through the in mm
tains after deneral Dlo Del IMIar drag-
ging tholr Imttcrles by biiffulos at nlht.
A few however may bo trappea.
The Washington troops havo roturiu.l
o I'aslg. but tho program of tho other
troops Is uufortala.
The prosont expedition shows tho dif
ficulty which Is encountered by an arby
my which must depend upon wagon trains
In catching barefooted bandits In their
own mountains and also gives proof that
the reliels do not Intend to fight battles.
Oonera Hall loft Santa Terosa yestir-
ctay morning and inarchd twelve mllo to
Morong. pu nnd down rocky hills and
through woods and swamps. Scores of
his men fell out owing to tho extreme
bent and were left to follow as best they
could. Tho head of tho army arrived nt
Morong at noon having exchanged omy
a few shots with Insurgent skirmishers
on tno way. Groups of stragglers follow
ed him nil day but the force was small.
- Uj ."j limn wiien it started. The men
wero almost thlrty-slr hours without
rtlons and It was considerable of nn
achievement for thorn to cover the ground
n they did.
Kn roulo to Morong the Americans
met flocks of Filipinos with lings of iruce
many of thorn young men. with the boar.
In gof soldiers. Many dUcnrded uniforms
were found In the houses apparently
those of soldiers wh hail escaped by
cluujglng their costume from "Insurren-
to" to "Amlgo" nnd walking boldly past
the army which had expected to corral
Ihem. Few were found about Morong.
One member of the Washington regiment
was killed nnd two were wounded In the
encounter with the outposts.
Oonoral Lawton on Lonrd ft gunboat
searching tho coast for Major Truman
stopped at lllnangnnan opposite Mori.ig.
The natives Immediately ran up a flag of
truce but a delegation of natives put iff
In canoes tnd greeted tho Americans with
tho usual protestations of friendship.
Washington Juno C Tho war depig-
ment has received the following addit-
ions! casualty list from Deneral Ot'si
Twenty-fifth Infantry June S-fS. IM.
vato David Ooldschmldt: Ith-fi. Prlvatt
Oonvprso P. Warner: Beoond Oregon. M
Private William McRlwuIn: Fourth Csv-
airy C Sergonirt Beth TaivoM; I Sorgnnnt
Second Oregon April 2 Major Burgeon
r. H. Kills leg slight: Jun 1-n. Prlvntcg
Henry M Wagoner Illas rerlon nevere;
M. Austin J. Salisbury exllllary region
severe; tth f. Privates Rimer L. Doo-
llttle arm moderate: K William E. (Smith
arm severe: Fourth cavalry 3rd O
Private Karl II. Miles head severe; 4th
C. Privates nranlgan Ug severe; a
Nelson K. Dally chest severe; I Maurice
Corfleld. chen. moderate.
First Colorado Jrd A Private Chsrles-
Hlckman foot moderate; First If. Mon-
tana C Private Thoodare Sehulte back
Hlight; Fourth artillery 4th Prlva'e Js
McCarthy thigh slight.
New Ytork. June ft A dispatch to the
Herald from Mantla. says.
Oeneral Hall encountered no reslstenoo
In his riMreh from Antipole to Morong
The inhabitants did not leave the lat-
ter town but met the Americans repre-
senting themselves aa friends. A large
number of tho native paMOd through
the American lines returning to Anti-
pole. Hall's march was very difficult uml
there were many eases of prostration of
American Moldlers by the heat.
The brigade arrived In Morong at 11
o'clock yoatearday ami found that Oeneral
Wbolley with tho First WashlngUr iad
captured the town the day before kill-
ing lit natives.
The Napadlan and Oavadonga Tln-
clads. sheMed the place and were answer-
ed by the artillery tire. One shell was put
through the Covadonga
An attachment of the Washington regi
ment while on a scouting expedition lost
one man killed and one wounded and will-
ed one officer and four men of the In
Hall's regiment remains In Moronra IV
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A 8HEUIFF KILLED
In it Fight With Outlaws Out in
Cheyenne Wyo. June A second bat-
tle with the dynamiters ot the Union Pa
cific express train has been fought in tb.
mountains forty miles north of Caepar
by the serifTs posse which has been In
pursuit since Sunday morning and as a
result one man and probably more II?
dead. The first battle was fought Sunday
on Tea Pot Creek thirty miles north of
Caspar. No one was wonmled during :hla
engagement but several horses ware k. li-
ed. The second battle was fought last ev-
ening at a point ten miles farther north
and in .i wilder country. The robber I a
Ing tloxely pressed made a determ'rxd
ai.inj behind some rocks In a dep ravltie
and nhen the posse put In an appearand
opened lire at close range. "Sheriff Joe
Haxen of Douglas Wyo.. fell at irM first
fir. . being shot through the stomach
The .'fdrer was removed to A af p'aie
and afterwards brought to Caspar by
iw.i cowboys arlvlng at the latter pUo
uenerai Manager Dickinson of the Un
ion lViclllu who has been st Caspar sine.-
Moni'.i directing the work of hunting
down "ie robbers tendered the use ot
h's prlvRt' train and Hasen waa taken
to his horn at Douglass. A telegram
rr.mi there this evening stated that the
c'flctr died shortly aftsr rcacn'nff hi
The Kse resumed the fight as sojn a.
Mason had been removed and was sue
iesful In a short lime In driving th-
robbers from their stronghold and away
from their horses which were seet.l
The robbers retreated to a natural fort"
among the rooks some two milts d.stant
whore they entrenched tlietnselvw ard
prepared fo.- . bitter fight. The possn
quietly divided up and surrounded the
place and when the courfsr left tho
scone the officers were lying on fhelr
arms with the rubers completely surroun 1
ed and hemmed In. An urgent rwtuest wait
sent '.n for reinforcements and a supply
of food and ammunition.
In response. Unltetl States Marshal
nousell of Wyoming who had Just
reached Caspar from the western part of
tho state where ho had been hunting for
tho other three train robbers started out
wiin another posso aud will plenty of
u nn a rood ammunition and horses In
The capture of the three robbers who
uro now hemmed In the mountains forty-
llve miles north of Caspar Is now thought
certain but whether they will ever
reach the railroad Is another question
n theie Is Intense excitement In Caspar
nnd Douglass and talk of lynching the
robbers If caught Is plentiful.
Oinahn. June C-V special to the Be
from Cheyenne Wye enye:
A courier reached Cnspar tonight from
tho scene ot the right and reported that
the outlaws escaped through the lines of
tho posse In tho Intense darkness of last
nlghl. Thev stole the horses of a freight-
ing outfit and aro now flying for the
Sixty-live men under United Stat.i
(Marshal Hadsnll took up the trail today.
mho tnree outlaws are Hob Taylor a
Mexican and a Caspar gambler named
Omaha Jun ft ITnkm l'flellle officials
hive 1mvo Just received Information tbat
Hlicrlff Hnaou who wrm wounded In the
flgth wlbh train robbons died at 8: p. m.
KILLKD 1IY THIS CAIUS.
Hamilton O. Juno 0-At 8 o'clock this
evening Chief of Police Peter A. Claire
if this city with his wife and daughter
in a carriage attempted to cross the Cin-
cinnati. Hamilton ami Dayton railroad
four miles south of here. A locomotive
struck" the carriage dashed It to pieces
killed the chief immediately aud so bad
ly Injured the child that eh died In the
hospital a few hours later. The mother
and wife cannot survive the night.
flrilA Hiiuiii Hrnnluii of Idwrrrll't Itniitli
Jiniers June VI. VM ISU
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SoiiRlor Thurston ol Noliranka
Hon. Clinnip Clnrk 013118.
sour! nnil Hon. Joo
Hally of Texas
PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY.
(inim! Trades Pantile represent
i')r all the in-iusti i and
btiMini-ss houses nt Cuthrii-
and iiHiudinjr Il.tmis Military
and Fire Department
At tin' park after the read'mrr
of the Declaration nt lmle
pendence iliere will be ad
dresses by prominent -ipcak
Free to Everybody.
Pony Raeiin'. Horse K.n unr.
Slow Mule Kace Micycle U.ne
Wheelbarrow Race hack Race
Catchin fireascd Ply Foot
Race for boys under 1-1 years.
Fat Man's Race for men weih
intf 250 pounds or over Indians
Pie JSuIIhk Contest.
Trapeze Performance IHkIi Air
Tipflit Rope Walker and mau
Grand Pavillion Dance
FKKK TO KVKKVHOUV
GRAND VOCAL CONTEST
Consisting of KXi male voices in
new comic and patriotic nonius.
Kvtr uliown in tin West nm
sistinj' of large set pieces tin
Iinc.itinjf tiie scenes of the
Spain !i American war and pic
inn . ul army and navy here
t'.ili i-riiseh for all raees ai.it
ft very body inm illoertln
territory an m ited It wili
Fourth of July
Ever Held in the
Leave vour nocketlinntf it imm.
and come and be our guests lor
the day. We asau-r- you the
best treatment best time and
most fun you ever hud
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 311, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 7, 1899, newspaper, June 7, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74553/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.