The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL UKUMj OF OUXHOMA DEMOCRACY OFFICIAL. 3TATH PAPBR-OPPICK OP PUBLICS ".TION HAIHISON AVKNUB.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY EVENING JTIA lb. 18o
1 mi njtv mtil A' k it l
Ladies' Men's Q
Ai cos i to make room for ntu
Cj Come r-arh "before --s ar broken
Q James A li mister ?5 Shoes for St
g . . . THE JEWELER
lias just received a line assortment of New Goods.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED.
I UHiKSI' AMI llKVT STOCK iN OKUAIIOMA TO NKLKUl' I'ltOM.
I Paper Your
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 yet the first selections of the
newest spring patterns many 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 hrlp you to decide later on and
we feel confident when you do it will be in our favor.
Bee our papers at from 6c 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.
JDST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OP
WHITING'S FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
FOR LADIES' USE.
Hammock Croquet and Base Ball Supplies
ni:w usis Juur ki.ci:ivi:i.
VICTOR BLOCK -
1 V MiNKAlh President
i tm m ta hi h i" w jb"a ra
Guthrie National Bank.
B' ird ff Directors
In addition to offlcers of
bank D. T FLYNN
W. J HORSPALL Casuier.
Limmi mmn immiim
Ih CauV Bhu mm
UAKH I C'PM
I I fcl. WOMEN.
For Nerve Strength and Blood Health.
THE V1QUH OF TUP D0D IStNSTROMl NCRVES.
THE LirE OP THE BOOV Is IS PURE BIOOD.
1 ' 'nl!)
Vlereu are a powerful i. rvc l.ratn awl blood
lood Tlier a'l t1- '"l loi'it "P. plr nd
trrncthi'ti wim1 w To and trd Taenot ptif T
and cnttcb iti tl 1 nJ H"d It U.uDrtlna ibroueb
every ti in m 1 m. r utt eT i-rgan to act
sou cu jroa to Ui.(ili
uMdJc ntrwt or imimrg bimttil
In v '
' Uv cona'ipa'eJf Jirf your H4.
i u kcu tr viAtr tpi it ' mri
. 1 Jln
uM unj i i" li iu t..i.a o v uc i r I ii yvu arm lymtiai
Then (alio VIOilitKTM ami you rill crl icll.
tree irrntmriit T'it ji-inia lii
rnlBirnt T'it ji-imia lii
MAXiYSOR MFC CO. Sox 8100 iJnnoastop Ohio.
The Oklahoma Leader
v we will sell all of our
immense fall and winter stock
.0 ntTiiinui ivd
Ho W. UuLfyiUIa nlK.
Sono fe Watoh Inspector
- GUTHRIE. OKLA.
A J. SEAY Vice-President
J R. COTTINQHAM
MEN and ! VIGORETS
to' " "t "Wto tr vtaort
mm Mrtwitk Hxim flr OLiUT tXi
It vwr mtmon
nit a man but lufir-
actual jm iw a
nnll. Doc t dc ar but order Dow
LlLLlt & Lu. I
one year and farm
JoHiratl sntll 103
At Washington in a Quandary
About What to do at
Washington July 18 The consulta-
tion between tho" olliislals last night
anu itua morning brought about no so-
lution of the Manila situation The.
president and war department officials
feel that something must be done but
cannot agrco us to what the action
should bo To remove Otis would be
to discredit the entire campaign sn
the Philippines It would be an ad-
mibsion that all the sacrifices of the
past months have been in vain. To
expel tile correspondents would be to
endorse tho Russian censorship which
would be hazardous. One army officer
is quoted an saying that tha corres-
pondents should be shot. The general
opinion is that a way will bo found to
set Otis quietly aside and Miles or
Merrltt will bo placed in command.
Long llranch July 18 Secretary Al-
gerger is vUiting Vico President IIo-
bart When asked regarding tho
united protest of correspoudonts in
tho Philippines agninsb theconborsh'.p
enforced by Otis he said "1 chimp
hero to rest Not to bo interviewed on
any subject "
AN0THEO 16 DEAL
Kx-Oou Hoiifrou the Minnie
Kinu of Missouri
Joplin Mo. July IS Kx-Oov. Ron-
frow has made another big deal in nine
mining properties for the American
Zinc Load and Smelting Company.
The property purchased is tho famous
Richlaud mine nnar Carterville con-
sisting of thirty acres of mineral land
and five plants. Tho price paid was
5150000 This is one of many valuable
mining properties recently acquired by
the American Zinc Load and Smelter
Albert Adaina tn 1 r.iberut td-lle Stole
h llorte. Hut U Vrnry
Today Governor Rarues granted a
pardon to Albert Adams who has
been In jail at Norman- for horse
stealing. Adams was arrested as
charged and Immediately pleaded
guilty. Three physicians pronounced
him crazy. His petition for pardon
was signed by more than a thousand
of Clovelnnd county's citizens
ot Later Titan I j m
Advertising and notices should
reach the Leader not later than 1 p
in if it is desirable they should appoar
on the same day they aro handed in.
Patrons and friends will ploa6u make
a note nf this
There will bo u special meeting of
the Guthrie Athletic Club at the new
rooms over tne Eagle drug store on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clook All
members are urgently requested to bo
present as buslucss of utmost impor-
tance will comcJ up for consideration.
There are also several applicutious for
membership to bo voted upon.
J C. JoNbs Prosidont
H. C Oiikkh Secretary.
Shot From Ambush.
Plnevillc ICy July 18. Josiah 'A.
Taylor a school teauher wus shot
from ambjish last c-cutng and fatally
wounded. Another outbreak la toured.
Irlnco Line lixciirtloit
To Eureka Sgrlngs Ark. A special
train will loavo Oklahoma City at 8 a.
in. Thursday August 3d and roaeh
Eur It a Springs about 8 p. in. Only W
for the round trip. Tickets good for
return IS days from date of sale. Uv-
ryone should take advantage of this
low rate. Further information cheer-
fully given by any Frleeo agent or the
undersigned. Huyan Snydkk
Uen'l Pass. Agt. St Louis Mo.
It. F. Dunn Gen'l Agt. Oklahoma
Don't Trust Your I'hotoi to AgcnU Ilea
Dlruct With the ArtUts
We will make to any one sending us
a photo a llfo-slzo oillette crayon or
pastel portrait fiue of charge to intro-
duce our superior work. Exact like
ness highly artistic finish and prompt
ro'.urn of small photo guaranteed.
Send us ycir photo at once
20JMainst. Dalian Texaa
hummer Tunrttt ltatet to Colurailo
Summer tourist tickets to Denver
Colorado Springs and Pueblo will bo
placed on salo Juno 1st and will bo
sold dally up to Soptntnber 15th
good to return u to October 31st lslU
For further information call on or
write; A. J CorklnB agent Santa Fo
route. Quthrlo O T
St. Louis and iSan Francisco U. R.
The direot through car route to points
in southwest Missouii southern Kan
sas Arkansas. Indian Territory and
The most direct route to St. Louis
and the cast Kansas Oity and the
northwest. Double daily vastlbulod
tralnB. Ireo reclining chair cars ob-
servation and drawing room sleepers;
Hit Try dining halls. Ask the nearest
tlcatt agent of 'tho Frisco line for full
particulars or vito B F Dckis
T. P. & F. A. Oklahoma City O. T.
Dry an tiNYDKii. Q. P. A.. St. Louis.
Wood Chopper Wanted.
300 cords of wood to be cut for
which I will pay good prices.
J c Jamison.
For Advising the Choctaw
Sheriff to Proceed with the
' Shooting of Wm Going.
Antlers I. T. July IB -Deputy Mar-
shal Urown has returned having In
charge A. 11. Taylor and Simon Clay
district attorney attorney and clerk of
tho Third district of tho Choctaw na-
tion on warrants charging them with
murder the offense being tho advising
of the shorlff of Wolfo county to pro-
ceed with the exocution of William
Going last Thursday.
A Feature In nil Mio Now York
Papers Except (ImsSuii.
New York July 18 Every newspa-
per in tho city except tho Sun makes a
fcatura of the Manila " Round Robin"
this morning. The Herald Journal
World and Pi ess refer to the statement
of the correspondents editorially and
criticise the conduct of affairs In tho
NORMALS GET MONEY.
lhu School lloMril Apportion! tliti I mull
According to La
Yesterday the school board appor-
tioned $21U4 derived from leasing
school sections 13 for the last six
months as provided for by law in sec-
tion 2ri of the session laws of 180U
Tho money is divided into live parts
and tho following schools each receive
one-fifth Territorial university at
Norman Kdinond normal school; tho
North wes torn 'normal at Alva; Agri-
cultural and Mechanical college at
Stillwater Agricultural and Normal
university at Langston.
In the auditor's office yesterday tho
following met who compose tho terri-
torial equalization board Governor
llarnes Secretary Jenkins Attorney
Ooueral Cunningham and Oejftity Au-
ditor McCabo Levies were made as
follows for territorial purposes
For general rovonue three mills
Par territorial normal school one
tl For territorial normal at Alva ono
For university one tenth mill.
For agricultural and mechanical
college at Stillwater ono tonth mill.
For colored agricultural and me
chanical college at Langston ono
For school for blind one tenth mill.'
For school for deaf and dumb two
Articles of tho Iowa Loan and Trust
company of Des Moines. Iowa were
filed today with Secretary Jenkins.
This company commenced business In
Iowa in 1873 aud now wants to do
business in Oklahoma. Thu capital
stock is $500000 and the stock Is worth
SIOO a share.
S. M. Doughty is quite 111
Rev. IS. F. Hill is hero from Ponca
Mrs. Fred h Wanner Is back from
Waltor Olds returned frpm Orlando
Dcarlngor the night watchman Is
on the Bick list.
Mr. J. II. Jaekson the only llvlhg
gentlmens' hattor is stopping at the
Al Stephenson a prominent business
man of Stillwater came over today on
Arthur Whorton son of tho proprie-
tor of the Noble county Sentinel was
down from Perry yesterday.
Editor Walker of the l'ayno county
Populist called yesterday and said that
Stillwater and Payue county were on
top this year
Albert Ploeger of Seward was In
town today He and Mrs. Plooger gave
the Leader a substantial as well as a
pleasant soelal uill.
Judge Geo. S. Oreon returned to
Oklahoma City on the noon train yes
terday where he Is eugagedas referee
in an important case.
Dr and Mrs. Charles Smith and the
children have returned from Waverly
Mo. where they visited relatives for
the past two months.
Mrs. James Sherman and daughter
Kate mother and sister of Mrs. John
Schmidt are hers fiQtn Omaha Nebr.
They will remain all samther.
Mr J. C. Humes of Kansas City.
was a visitor to our city a few hours
Monday Mr Huzres is general man-
ager of thu premium stamp sto.-es.
J W McNeal president of the
Quthrle National Rank left yesterday
for Colorado Springs where he will
recuperate for tne next thirty days.
Mr. A. B. Palmer of Topeka is in
the city. Mr. Palmer is manager of
the Southwestern branch pf the Cen-
ttal Lyceum bureau which gave Qutb-
riti the high class lecture course last
Amos A Ewing territorial oil In
specter was taken suddenly ill at the
Royal hotel last night A doctor was
summoned to relieve bis sufferings
who said that In inspecting oils lately
Mr. Ewing had Inhaled too much
Said to he Seeking Peace by
with Gen. Otis
Now York July H A Washington
dispatch to tho Iloraldsays important
cablegrams have been received at the
state department from tho Philippines
commission aud at tho war depart-
ment from Oen. Otis concerning a new
move in the direction of peaco. These
dispatches liavo been in tho president's
hands several days but ho hai de
clined to make them public because
many ultra optimistic views heretofore
received fiom the same source) have
not been borne out by subsequent
ovonts. This time (leu Otia is said to
have received direct overtures of peace
from Agulnaldo and some of Ills prin-
And Ills Roily Torrlbly Sinn-
Bled by tho Car Wheels
Special to the Leador.
Orlando Jnly 18 Yasterduy flvo
miles north of Orlando at thu llttlti
station of Asp Christopher Riley a
brakoman on the ballast train fell be-
neath tho wheels aud was Instantly
killed. When discovered his body
was mangled and torn into an unroc-
ogulzablo mass of tlesh. Ills widow
una only child reside in Arkansas
City. His father was accidentally
killed on tho road several years ago
Secrulary of thu Interior inidoon Woik of
During tho mission of the last legis-
lature an order was inudo transferring
SIS 000 from the accumulating fund of
thu Agricultural and Mechanical ool
lege to tho LangBton normal to be
used In building a wing to tho college
and hereaftet apportioning one tenth
nf thu school fund to the sunport of
the Langston normal The secretary
of the Interior today notified Governor
llarnes of Ills approval of the one tenth
transaction but disapproved of tho
transfer of fl'S.OOO to tho Langfton
normal. This action on the part of
Secretary HUchcock puts a damper on
intended Improvements for the Langs-
OOVEKNOU APPEALED TO.
Colored ri'ilu of r.l Itmii) l'turfiil tliu
Murtlurur John Uiowu will ho
Last night while Governor RarnoH
lay on his downy bod stfo lu tho arms
of Morpheus thu telephone boll rung
and when he reported was Informed
that theru was danger of llrown tho
slayer of Deputy Mnrshal Hitchcock
who is in jail at El Reno being lynch-
ed and the colored people asked the
governor to protoct him.
The governor did not order out tho
militia but told tho nuople the sheriff
woultl take all the necessary precau-
tions against mob violence.
i((r" of the l'eaee
The following casus wero disposed
of yesterday by Justice of the Peace
O. L. l'rlco:
Dr. L. Hayncs lluxton who secured
a judgment agalust A. CI. Copulaud
was onjoined from collecting the
same and the case was appealed to the
The territory of Oklahoma vs. L. H.
Reed charged with perjury bound
over to the grand jury in tho sum of
8100 which he furnished
Territory vt Charlie Wilson alias
Kickapoo Charlie charged with felon-
ious assault; bound over tithe grand
jury in the jnyu.f 3JuQip dofnulfcjpl
is committed to
A i tiling Hotiitri- II rile Home.
An intqrosjjng letter from William
C MUllkan brotlter of mine host of
the Capitol hotql andSteuographgrtT.
F. Millikan of this city now In the
army in the Philippines He is a mem
ber of company 'i of the famous 2Uth
regiment of Kansas 'volunteer. Tht
letter will appear lu the Loader tomeri
Plana fqr the Masonic temple have
been necepted and the foundation
work will lie commenced at once-
The temple l to cost 830000 aud v '
front on Harrison avenue and lirotd
street 100 by 75 feet The plans and
specifications as accented by the com-
raittoo provide that the structure shall
be up to date in modern arehlleetural
beauty and finish.
tlruiKt Weitrtiun Aujtnt 3
To Eureka Springs Arkansas via
Frisco Hue. Only (6 for the round
tr'p. Tickots good 10 days from dase
of sale Special train will leave Okla
homa ( ity at 3 a in. Accept this op-
portunity and give yourself and fam-
ily an outing at this popular resort
Hoard can be secured from W cents to
it per day All contemplating this
trip please oall on or address R. V
Dunn who will make due arrange-
ments for your welfare.
ISuyam vibh ueu-i rasa. Agt..
St. Louis Mo.
IS. F. Dunk Uen'l Agt.. Oklahoma
bpeeuil Tountt Hat to Walt Vointt.
From June Mth to July lltluinelu-
slve. we will sell reuni trip tickets to
Salt Lake City and Ogden at tho rate
of $96 20 good to tetura BO days from
date of sale Transit limit HO days in
each direction Suipovora allowed
west of Colorado common points.
A J Coiikinb
Agent Santa Fe Route
Is closing out its slock ol Wallpaper below
cOBt to make room for a new fall si.. t Now
is your chance to paper your house
We have reduced the price of everything in
our store in the way of Drugs Drujr Sundries
Paints Oila Hammocks Crotpu k lilank
Booka Soaps and everything ih.it i- kept
in h- firfcC-class drug store.
Come rnd let mi make you prires
C. R. RENFRO
EutliiiHiaHlir Mooting of Uulh
lit) IIllNillONH Mon ut Op oru
HotiHu LuHt Night.
I'robubly at no publiu gutheiing lu
Uuthrto on so short u notice was thero
such nu oiitpouriug of tho people and
such onlhusiuMu muiilfestod at at the
opera house last night. Tho enthusi
asm was not oiiii Illicit to the male ele-
ment but utility I ml Ion graced tho
occasion with their presence and
added Interest lo the mooting The
meeting last night demonstrated the
fact that when our poplo bccouio
aroused to their own interests they
nover do thlugHon the hulf slioll order
but rush to the rescue witli that soit
of vim aud unurgy that discards all
idoa of fuilure
Long before the hour appointed the
broad stairway leading to lhu opera
house waslluuil with puuplu and whou
Mayor llerkey rapped for older and
staled the objuct of the meeting there
was not tt vueunt chair in Die vast au-
ditorium and every aisle was filled
from st.trt to olosp the various speak
ers as they dwelt upon the purposes nf
the meeting were roundly and enthu
Alrssrs. Unylo Asp Dale llurkey.
(I iiss and others spoke in glowing
words of thu opportunity now present-
ed Guthrie and urged piompt unil en
The new line is to commence at
Guthrie and run through Payne
and I'awnee enmities tn thu coal Held
and connect at Martlesville with the
roatl now being eoustruatod and Boon
to be in running order
The Lender can suy that trlilln-nu
bombastic furore has been indulged in
Outline in thu peisone of her witlti
awake pushing citizens has been
working hard and saying little for the;
consummation of this road and now
on the eve of the fruition of their uu-
eeuelng labors Outhrie Is about to re-
ceive thu reward of their untiring
efforts. In rall their efforts and anxi-
eties and hopes deferred Mr. Henry li.
Asp has been unremitting lu urging
them forward assuring them that suc
cess would reward them.
Guthrio is asked to contribute CK'-
500 a smaller sum than any projected
railroad ever asked before from any
city of the size and linporUuce of
Guthriu and which will be tubecrlbud
In forty-eight hours
While It wus not the intention at
last night's meeting to open subscrip-
tion books large number of people
put their names down and several
thousand dollars ww rawed.
The following subMiriptlon commit-
tees were appointed M. Luther Went
Lou N Readies Mayor Herkey and W.
S Spencer general committee.
West side committee J. O Severn
J A Stevens and Jake Douglan
Mr Henry Asp read a telegram from
the otllelals of the railroad saying Oiiy
were ready to commence woi k as soon
as the right of way was scouted. The
meatiuir adjourned with the iMuet eu-
thuiuetie demonstration!). The sev-
eral committer met today at to a- m
at Luther Weal's rfliea aud at ouct-
entere'i actively upon the w irk m
ChiihciI a tionsiitiou
WaiulHgtoR July i Tim rueetage
to the people sent by cones no ndtfiTt
lit the Philippine caur- I a Kongation
In ottloial circles yestetduy. General
Miles acting secretary of war refuted
to tliseuee It
IloiiH; Mastonitl Out.
cripiM McRav l.eaEH.
8au Franeiteo July IS The muster-
ing out of the Oregon volunteers began
yesterday at the Presidio.
The pastor of the M B ehureh is
preparing to inaugurate a uew and
unbitte syceut of prayer meetiuue
The entire mem bersliin ot the church
at Untune is to be mvtUM Into seven
elaaSM with territorial metes and
Itattnduriea The date of the inaugu-
ration of this system of religloua work
has oat yet been fixed
lfoili Mplur- Ntrilit
Berippe MeRea reagoe
Chlecgo July t- sxirn li'indred
boiler makers and iron ship t.uitder
went on a strike itU:rday '1 i.w umu
demand eight hour as a day and it)
cents per hour Sympathetic strikes
are a possibility
206 Oklahoma Avenue.
TrooiH Hull tor Homo on tho
Washington. July 18 l'he folio m
was received from lb n Otis today
"Continued rains and lnulo atouns
impede buslueea in the harbor lb
Colorudoniis sailed ot the transport
Warren yesttrday In tidilll on l I
discharged men of various mgain a
tlonH took passage. Tho Californians
htivo arrived from Negioa on tin Mier
man The vessel must be conti t and
await the mibeidence of Die tvpluiuu
now prevnlllng "
HOT IIAHI HA Id
nuil Outhrlo do Noino Kuril
-Hllllu.ltur 1'ixi Mituy for I
Tlteru aro just two rontons why
uuiune Dasu ball clut) was ueateii
turday. The first Is tltut Stillwater
out played us anil the second latitat
Senator Ft tut It Huttoitntt Editor ieroy
Walker ure profesionnl rooters Hi
guttle was fairly won both sulch malt
lug brilliant plays It will bo ditTi n t t
Utlay Manager Ruder has sc urcd
Die services of W. Tom I'tiillips Ralph
Seay aud Carl Havighorit to tout tin
afternoon for the Imuic boy lhi
suy that Seay l the only rooter that
ever happened .lor "im. rns has been
taking kleetrio btttr ami wilt bo at
Die game Mith nf u nioun with l tr..
light. The game will not Im-.ui. 1
till afternoon until i o'clock i
terday'a score ami position of player
Right lb ider
t enter Holder
11 t 111(11
Mi win! y
t ti l ii 0 1
1 II II It 0 0
II 1 I
lrmrruttr lotrHnlitf Hi -tiny
J .1 HaMtol coinuiiitoi'iiiUfi in
apringor townUup htn oalled a tin t
lug o( lhu Ueuiocrats of thai ttmt)nhij
at Chart r Ouk sohoul houao Suturda
night Inly 88 to talk over loiai pol
ltie Tine is a suitable move at.t
other townsbipa migtil take tin .
from thtF and mi-ut and disouK-. .
matter- to thu luur.alot tin I. .
i'dii iu.i( u t t vptu Jltitfii
Autfu' ' tli to l.t is 1 1 1
f'j f utttrtiil't
r the l -.
uciUhluli we willn-ii loutnttr
'P til U. T
lo Oonvi-i (yoloradu priugb at.d
oblo it ' nu faro plus two iullai.-.
Tn U. i on salt- Atigiiht 5 t and
with tijjit. return limit of August n
Continuous paeaagu lu uuch dlrectn
except atipovora will b allow ii
going trip after reaching first Co ora
do comracn pa at A J Lorkina agi m
Santa f'v route.
A HHinlur hiiuikn-
lln ' Open !oor" at Oieinith . l
beat utckel elgar ever made.
AU bimntry twrk wit on fMlicK
I'M.VIIA li) Kill t li !
Buy R Coupon bock unil .iv. i
tparoont on your L.tintfry t. no
bOOkf'i. SO: J00 book 92.
POND'S 8TKAM t AUNUHV
W A Kmpeof I'erkio iai-i tin n
in the internet of the aew raili .'
He takee charge of toe roal af i it
leaves Logan couuly.
CHY FOR CUTICUHA.
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