The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFriCtAL UKUAK OF OL.AKr10MA DGMOCRACY-tbr FICtAL STATE PAPER-OFFlCt OF PUDUCATION HARRISON AVBNUB.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 1 1800
From now until Augu-t IT ls?9 wo will sell all of our
Ladies' Men's CUfJpQ
Children's Low 01 -
-vt iot to make room for our immense fall and winter stock.
Eisenschmidt & Weckel.
C mi dirh h fori -'7(8 arc broMen ... . ..- .... ..
v Jjim-h A J.u.tsWi . Mioe- for 81
I SPECIAL PRICES.
c pajifr 5c
7c paper Gc
loc piipti 8c
lfic papers -s ....' llty
20c papr ?;. .'...... '.."lite
DRUG BOOK &
f VICTOR BLOCK
b. LILLIE & CD.
8 ...THE JEWELER
S? Has just received a line assortment of New Goods.
JX ' ! ..
wefs iow? tvm ever"
lit nnnnn minniuunn rn nn in nnnnnnntmnn
gftLu uuuuo nfliuifliunu iu d& ao n&rn&a&niCiU.
LARUKST AND IJE8T STOCK IN OKLAHOMA TO 8ELEOT FROM.
"nil 1 -itt '' in ni'"TTiTnf rmiirriTi rriimewsii
J W MoKUAb President
Guthrie National Bank.
Uoard of Directors. JA1IE3 STUATTON FRANK DALE
lu addition to officers at bank . D T FLVNN J R. COTTINQBAM.
W. J HORSPALL Cashier.
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4 STRONG AND
l MANLY MEN.
fcj Hftr-ru WOMEN.
For Nerve Strength and Blood Health.
TUB MOOR OP THE BODY IS IN STRONG NERVES.
' THE LIFP OF THE BODY lV H.RE BtOOD.
Tfcareu aro i. p crli 1 nerre bn and blooJ
feed Tlwr id is o. nn bi M up repair and
MBSlhvu m it m m aud l.rt-H usrrw. punfr
oad OBrtth tt bl u 1 and k i.d II boundiua Uiroujb
it iy v u od trl. ry maM ewr oreui to act
f yoii fofu fpdt.tl' Ait yjnr l$ cjftiL fi
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X'rec trrutiurut fcnt p. -paltl ! rnll. ijnot dmaj bat order cow.
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The Oklahoma Leader
115 UftLniiUMA AVK.
.. .THIS MONTH.
Note Paper quire.. 3c
Envelopes package.. 3c
5c Pencils lc
25c Books 10c
Hammocks at cost.
Santa he Watoli Inspector
A J. SEAV Vice-President
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MEN and VIGORETS
I 'km ryj)
il your numory 0
il 4rffMrri a mn and ycl net a man but tvfer
4 vtvriir .oorry !.f Utertx4atu1 Art you a
mr o y wr wr. cr it ywu any ct t&4 ynptpiii4
one year and Farm Pflft
Journal hhUI 1901 pJb
Shown by the Rebels at Ca-
lamba. bat it Did Hot
Manila August 1. Additional
tails of Sunday's attack on Calamba
nave been received hero. An unnn nu
Qen. Hall heard that tho rebels were
marching on tho place three troops of
cavalry three companies of the Twenty-first
infantry and one of Hamilton's
guns were sent out to stop the ad
vance. Tho Americans encountered
about a thousand rebels in rude
trenches. Tbo rebols did not. flro until
mu men oi tno Twenty tirst were
within twentyfive yards of the en-
tronchmentB. At tho iirst volley tho
Americans dropped into the grass and
returned the lire Tho Filipinos lied
in disorder when ono of their ofll ers
who had been conspicuously brave wus
killed. While tho lighting was going
on a small body of Insurgents tried to
force an entrance into auotber part of
Calamba but one trooD of cavalrv
scattered them. The Americans lost
seven killed and 20 wounded at Calam-
ba. The bodies of IS insurgents were
found. SeTeral natives friendly to the
nmericaus were Killed by the Insur.
gents at Tay Tay
Of the Spanish War and
Craze for CurloB.
Special to the Leader.
Hennessey Okla July 31 There
are many Cuban and Spanish relics in
Oklahoma brought back by the rough
riders 'who fought under Roosevelt.
J D. Rboades of this place who is
now living in Cuba writes from Man-
tanzas to the Kicker an follows:
"Thero is a regular feast hero for
the relic vender as all told thero were
about 25000 buyers and each man had
many friends to send relics to. I be-
lieved they secured an average of two
machetes to the man each having
been tbo inhtruuiunt lu thu hands of
sorno insurgont for taking somo Span-
ish officer's life which makes ono ro-
flcct as to the uumb r of officers In tho
Spanish army for there were certainly
enough to command the troops at
Havana at tho tltno of tbo departure
The next on the JUt were Spanish
swords and bayonets each of which
had a record of at least one Cuban
which probably accounts for tho fact
that so few of that army could be
found to recelvo Undo Sam's bounty
Spanish buttons by tho bushel sold in
assorted lots at two dozen for 81 50.
They were all now and boldly retailed
before American occupation at two
cents each. They are of brass simi-
lar to United Slates buttons which
retail at ten cents per dozen
'Ono enterprlaing American bought
a lieutenant colonel's uniform second
hand aad hung It up in his enfe from
which he would with great reluctauco
sell one button for 31. 'I he proud
possessor of tho button had no sooner
departed conscious of securing a geu-
ulne relio of the war than the owner
of the cafe proceeded to sew another
"One lucklo'B Frenchmau was go
unfortunate as to upset aud break a
a marble ton table which cost him one
centem (54. 05 but being of a thrifty
turn he gathered up the fragments
took them to his place of bufiriess mid
put over them an enormous placard
hearing this legend: "Broken by an
ezp odlng shell iu Morro Caslle." The
last time I saw him be sal be had
815 wo th and had about two-thirds
of his table left.
"The Mauser cartridge and another
kind loadei with a brass ball said to
be explosive were In great demaudand
told at 1C cents each. Hut the priie
has dropped now- This morning a
boy came along and offered me el bt
for three cents. I have seen enough
pieces of rone and splinters of wood
each of which was taken from the
battleship Maine to build a first class
batt e ship.
.Vo Latrr Than I p m
Advertising and notices should
r-acb the Lead-r not later than 1 p.
m If it Is desirable they should appear
on the same day they are hand d In
Patrons and friends will plea.e make
a note of this.
UuthrMttl at Orlando.
A half dozen members of the local
lodge ot the Home Annuity Associa-
tion visited Orlando last evening for
the pi rpose ot installing the officers of
a lodge In that progressive little citv
The visitors were royally entertained
jy their brethren during their short
stay In Orlando The new lodge starts
out with a membership of about 25.
Orlando is enjoying qulie a boom this
summer. A new elevator and Beverul
business buildings and cony residences
are In course of construction.
Tbo friends ot Henry Morgan In jail
charged with rape are making efforts
to have him released tut It is not be-
lieved they will succeed unless he gives
the bond of 81500 required by the
court before which be was couarait-t-d
and Judge Dveraux assistant
county attorney says that ho will see
to it that if be give- bond it will be
gilt edged and copper bottomed.
Atone Xaiont Wanted.
The scarcity of ktonematone greatly
retards the work now going on iu
Qutbrie A large numer of these can
find employment here at good wages.
Ml Laundry work cash on Dtltctrv
roNua ut4u idVh'Dnr.
BuyaCovpn book and save IO
par cent on your Laundry! 9SOO
book 8480! 9300 book$2.7S
POND'S UTKAM UVUNDRY
To be Inangnrated Against
Faith Healers at
Ohicaga August 1. The olty board
of health has decided to inangurate a
geucral crusado against all faith hoal
ers. Tho many recent deaths at Dow-
los Zlon aro responsible for the deter-
mination Load Deep and Long Ensue
San Francisco August 1.-Six hun-
dred Nebraska soldiers ard srvoral
from Utah attended the Orpheuiu the-
ater last night on invitation of tho
manager During the performance tho
nauio of (Jen Otis was mentioned by
ono of thu actors and the entire con-
gregation of soldiers respondod with
The Santa J"e Will Hun i:aal and North of
There is no more worry
Santa Fe extension to tho
east and into the countiou
und 1'awneo. Tho money
all collected today and an
of Pay no
Ing bond to Indemnify Messrs. Quss
and Coylo was given with fifty elgua
tures whloh closes tho entire railroad
Chief euglneor Marvin will start
over tho route tomorrow morning
with flvo different corps of sixteen
mpii to each corps Ho will encounter
no trouble fit Logan 1'ayne or Pawnee
counties as everything has been set
lied and as soon as the ornss section
is complete the dirt will bo Hying.
Those who have boen over tho pro-
prosed route say that little grading
will bo neoossary so that traak laying
will be advanced at an early date aud
trains will bo running before tho hot
days aro oVr.
When Guthrie wakos up she "getH
there" aud tho l'glit Bhlnes brighter
today in tho countenances of many
property ownern of Uuthrle. The
work of securing manufactories ib tho
next in order.
KICK FROM THE UUAKDS.
Militia Cupittlne Claim Tliat Their Mru Aro
WunrliiK Tliroailljurti Uniform..
A sergeant of Company A Oklahoma
National Uuard U disposed to kick
over the condition of tho National
Guard Said he today:
" The captalnsof the nino companies
of tbe National Guurd aro making a
kick that the boys will not turn out to
drill and they have no remedy for it;
also that the toldlcr suits are worn out
from 6ix years' hardships Theso com-
panies will go to pieces If Bomolhin?
U not done utonce The new adjutant
g- uerai sbouid put ginger Into bis offi-
cial duties Fo the pst ten months
there have been equipments nd cloth
ing lor nino companies 44 men to a
company unused lu the adjutant gen
cral's office and requisitions from the
company captains for supplies have
proved unavailing There is now due
tbe Ok ahoma National Guard about
8083133 from the Lulled States and
it It tor tho upbuilding of tbe militia
of Okianomu Tbu last legislature
appropriated 83 000 for um encampment
this year but tbe boys cannot tent on
the old camp ground unlets theso suits
are turned loose by tbe anjutant gen-
eral. Company A of Uuthrle has n
lieutenants and tbe higher officers
don't seem to oare whether the com
pany has any eve" with all this money
taring them in the face to bu Id up
th- militia. New life sh uld be p-t
into 1 be militia of the territory by the
new adjutant ieneml"
We offer one hundred dollars retyard
tor any aase of catarrh that cannot be
cured uy Bail's Catarrh Curo
V. J. Cuenky & Co. Props.
We. the undersigned have known F.
J. Cbei ey for the last 15 years and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm West & Tkuax
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O.
Waldinq. Kixhan & Majivin
Whoieale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken inter-
nally acting directly upon tbe blood
aud mueous surfa es of the system.
Price 75c per hot tie. Bold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free
Arhanmt Trip by H'ayon
Terrlior'al Librarian Dodson
Glazier Arthur Adt.ma and J 0 Sevier
of Stillwater have just returned irom
a four weeks trip overland q and
through tbe Ozark mountains. They
bunted nsneu ana speculated to zinc
mines until health aud wealth were
restored to them
Our first remnant sale Thursday.
All short plec s taken from the stock
and thrown onto tbo remnant counter
Thur.day at tbe Gu brie Cash Store.
Bee the Leader's great offer-Okla
homa Leader one year and the Farm
Journal ot Philadelphia five years
for only SO cents in advance
With Weylcr's Phiz Causes a
General Mlxnp in Havana
Scripps Mcllae League.
Havana Aug. t A Spaniard namod
Fernandez went to record himself yes
tcrday as a Snan'sh subject with a
Woylor lutton on his coat. A Cuban
In tbo registry oflleo told him that
Weylor was an astastlu and there was
a fight in which 6pveral others joined
All concerned were arrested.
Is Under Control and no
domic Is PnurtMl.
Newport Nowe August 1. Tho ex-
citement caused by yellow fdver is
dying away. A double quaruntln
baa been established against tho ills-easc-rlddou
neighborhood and wltti
tho quarantine a fueling of soourlty
has roturncd Armed special pollao
aro guarding an points or ingrosfi and
LOGAN COUNTY NOMUL
Lnrceit Attendant' Ktur Kminii In tho
Tho tonth GQMh n cf the Logan
county normal institute met yesterday
in the high schoul building under tho
supervision of County Superintendent
Dodd. Prof Stevens Is 0 .uduetor as-
sisted by Mrs Stuvetm nnd Miss I'titne.
Usually thero aro registered 00 on the
first day but yos'.orday there wore 111
und tills morning 14 uew one were
added to tho rolls. It will probably
reach 200 before the torm expires
The following is the onrollment.
Emma Cooper Martha Itustcr lies-
sle Rexroad Winnie Wood Horvl Rox-
road Minnie Templeton Francos
Rreuliam 13va Swan Nova Williams
Natui Howe Eliza Wlgluy Nollle
Anderbou 11 attic Steele J M Kelso
Adoialdl llrowu Fred SuoU Or.iao
Tunnulull Myrtle Danuy Kthel Loos
Maggie Stevens Mary Dlllcy liuftslu
Williamson Zo a llalirutli Anna
Lewis Mury Sloan' Rose Moekey
Maud Pinkham Ktuiml'Corit HidgiifM
IIosbIo Pinkhuui liiiiina Mt-elH B.iilly
Armstrong. Le Vulle Iliisoh Oorne.ia
Olds Murcla llallard. Resale Murdock
Maxle Oberhalrer ltluuehe Hod"e R
D Dackery ltluuehe llrown Li lie
Massey Alpha Hrown Fauaie Cable
Ruth Uonlry N C Cable P F Whltta-
kor Kd Overbuy Jennie Harris S L
Whlltakor Lena Keach r?ilit Spraiugs
Ilcda Hamilton Ruse Hamilton Inet
NeWHOine Maude Martin Nora
Taylor Frank Cooper loie Pulmcr
Alice Cooper J A Huribblns Mubel
Hunt Amelia Newsame Muggie lloo-
little Alfurotta Jeniilngs Mary Pulll-
soii Nora Ruuson Ora Melton Win
Armstrong Laura Hrower. Lulu Pull-
lips Cora HenuhelilT V it Oiddings
Hattie ltarnbill. Myrtle Johnson 00
Uoodrick Anna llanley ltd Trapp
Nannie Uearinger Stella Weymouth
N F Morcor Jennie Seaman R LICing
M C llutlor S Davis Letlie Morris
Goldle Wilson W S Culvert Hullo
Muskedull Lizzie Culvert It Trimble
Ira Williams J L Dodsou MaUitt Jus-
tice Pearl Doty. Nora Harsley Daisy
Trimble Ueorgu Martin Nellie Kysor
Loy Williams P a-1 Urifford J It Ma-
hanoy Kate Summer M A MoI'e.iU.
Anule Swank Percy Uifford Viola
HarnhllJ Carrie Iliirllngame Maud
Pferdnor llertha Maher.V W Wallace
J M McUanlt-Js.T U Davis. Lottie Phil-
lips May ('larke Hdlth GrlMell Min-
nie J.ckson Kizzio Alexander. Carl
Gilbert L IS Cohol Jen Thompsou
C aud Murshall Callle Jaekson Lon
Olney. Total to date. 19.5.
Tne rooms aro eool and aomf rtable
Mrs. Qrlsell was a pleasant visitor
Visitors are wcloome espealsllT at
general exerolsos at 8:10 a m.
President Ujyd of th- University
will leatur- on the uigbt of tbe lotb.
The Outbne teauhers ar prepariug
to join the territorial teaeberslH a ten
days' exeurslon to Iiurt a tlprlngs ou
REWARD FOR Ul.AZK.
QoTcrqor Baruei After the BiatwzsUr and
Today Governor flame authorized
a reward of 8900 for the arrest and
convietion of Q D. Glaze who embez-
zle 81000 of bis wife's money aud
abteonded to part unknown.
To ( i'urInd
Morris K. Itesgaii senteneed from
Pottawatomie eounty March 31 I89tt
to one year aud three months for
shootlug Kd Towla with iiitenl to in
jure. Pardoued on the reeomu.eada-
v on 01 over 100 good eltuens or Potta-
watomie eounty and the fact that 'he
jury were reluetantin arriving at an
agreement thy being out more than
two days Tbe pardon is to be abso-
lute after Reagtn serves a jsil senteuee
ot seven aud a half month
lUder'i Kuj Xlulf Tut
Mauager Redcr basktreogthened hie
teum with new players and will make
a tour to Stillwater Watttrday Perry
Monday and Poaea Uliv Wewlnesday.
Ueder bas tbe fever aud to bound to
have Gutbrle "do up" tbe lerrltory on
tbe diamond if it eoets a home full of
Ml Laundry tern emA Utttvm
i'w.vos btjijix lunsvnr.
Buy A Coupon book ancinve IO
par cent on ronr Laundry 95 00
book $4- SO $3 00 book $3 75
POND'S WTB!! LAUMOBY
VHJJWJJf JiJ !'-
Is closing out its stock of Wallpaper below
cost to make room for a new ftill sock. Nov
is your chance to paper your house.
We have reduced the price of everything in
our store in the way of Drugs Drug Sundries
Paints Oils Hammocks Croquets Blank
Books. Soaps and everything that is kept
in a first-class drug store.
Come f nd let me make you pru e-.
Killed and Seyen Injured in
a Railroad Wreck at
llootic Iown Aug. 1 Four
Injured of the fouriuon men of
train No. 10 of the Northwestern
as a result of a derailment three inl'os
from hern this morning. Tho killed
and injured are postal clerks und trutn
MiniHtiy IJndor DeMayor
Donn and Out.
Berlin McKae Letfiv.
ministry under the presidency
Mayer hat resigned.
aUHKIj J10VV.UAN IIONOKKI).
Jolly Tarty at Arbor Dull I.a.t nvuiiliit;
A large number of young folliM gath-
ered at Arbor Dell the elegant home
of Mr. and Mr. Joe 3ovrn lu West
Uuthrle last evening to while away u
lew hour in honor of Mis Mabel How
man sister of Mrs Hevrnn There
was plenty of fun refreshment and
boeialbiltty uuinng the guuhUi A gen-
uine cukewalk was a feature partlu -pated
in by Charley Loux and Mis
Laura Hrewor Churlea llrewer and
Misa Amy Iirooks and Emory llrown-
lee f Kingfisher and Mlsa Ulanche
McKinney of Kunsas City. Thoee
Mines Mabel Painter Ruth llrookr
Louise Urooke Amy Hrooke Lillyun
Lauv Anna Uoeley Jasie Paine Mary
Nicholas Laura li'uwcr Edith Grls-
sell Maude Goodrich Lena Hunter
llilley Flendenulng Lillian Campbell
Adelu Kesler Lulu Strang Duyse
Niblaulc lllunoho MalCinnoy. Mabul
Iiowmau Janle Hairar Lilu Hrlgge
Ralph Seay Rulnh Morrison Paul
Fotr Tateni Dellols Ueo Miller
Ueorge Green .lohg G d bin Oharle-
Urrwer liert Or er. Gore Hagar Bnt-
nry Rrownlee ICIl Admire Will MUlen
Vormuit Smith charlce Laux Dr.
An w.tutlun vf Mrrtl.
The Cap tal City Business rll tie.
the advert aeineiil of wl icb pierh wi
uu.'t er eo uhid 1 to ios'iiut on of
which the n-(l of O labouia re
justly proud VVith iu nysieui uf
ohoils located at Gut rie (julahn'i.a
City und Hbawn.se. It U reeognu.d
not oul) a the leading bunlnrse col
lege OI tbe terrltorlen but ulfco a
si-ho l vtboSM courkes of lu iy sr
uosurpeaeed by thoe of any eolli-ge
wrtt uf tbe Mlseisklpui river The
corporation ud kebool uoe been in
exik enee nearly six year aou enjoys
a very large patronage not on y f runt
thOalabouia and Indian lerrlUHlee
but from adjoining tutee
All ins true tors of tbe eoHeges have
had extrukive experlenee in eoifluer-
eial end tu'lie sebool work. They
have prepared hundreds of young mi n
and women fur remunerative positions
and advancement in life. Thee col
lege not only nlaee all g adnatee upon
ooaipletioH of the eearbe bit aik
place a large per cent of the btule u
before thev have had time to couiplet-
tbe work. Qualified help i t-ver in
detHand and so great it. tbe deman"
at the preettut tirne that rvgardlee of .
the great effort put forth tbe allege
cannot supply tbe eall upon tbem.
For young people just eulerlug upon
manhood and woumnbood there H uo
surer kUpping st ne than a knowl-
edge of bookkeeping shorthand type-
writing and panma.nj.bip In fool
fi branches in cocnn t on with a
fair Rnglleh education guarantee sue
oees in life.
Remntnt sale Thursday at the Onta-
rio Cash Btore.
To Pay in Hllver
Madrid. August 1 -The Bank of
ISpsIp bss de'ldtd to mauu all pay
' uji-ma 1b silver
.206 Oklahoma Avenue.
Destruction of Wheat Crops
by Hail Storms in the
St Paul.August I Sueh widespread
aud destructive hail storms as wei-o
never before known nrovuilod In tbe
Dakota and Minnesota last night
One hundred and forty gquaro miles
of crop wera destroyed.
TakfH tho Oath of Ofllce and
Assiiiiios Alger's JJurdons.
Scrlpps HcRac iajue.
Wanbinsrton Aiiff. 1.- Kllhu Root
became secretary of war slirtl.v beforo
11 o'clock today and relieved Vieneral
Alger ot the truncations of that ofll 0
The oath was administered by Juati
Cole in the prrsenee of a number cf
ollloial aud aivtliuus
o llunlor in the KHete East as
Well as in tho Wild West.
Amherst Mam August I Eugene
Takabnuer a full blood Indian she
and killed Bdlth Morrill on uccount i f
j alousy last n ght then set fire to the
barn and shot himself. His charred
remains we-e found today.
Bl Paso Texas Aug. 1 Fourteen
Mexleau scldlers acting at a guar'
tor a oarload of big guns pas c t
through Bl Paso yesterday and w '
to Honora fro n wbieh jlaee they wi
b gin action against the Yaqut In
diaus who havi- twrn conducted there
I Lntttm.io butntnt
Differs from Nuuniif h Is where The
al ltude of ( olora o in 1 11 e lo thre
miles Hcst Is grateful not enenat
Inif HIid B'iouv mountuiDS of Colnra'1
are raayn fl ent To he not of do
In th 1 nlij I regl n luintlnw fl-hl.
ami iu 11 tal el mi.in i a fine ton
for h. t red I Hum rat. d book A
mIo -Uliuuer free on npplieat
n agent of the i ta F' '
vuv to gu Ik via the Santa r
Traat Y.Hir I'hotoa i. Agroti.
llrt Wllh the .tnl-
ve will make t n or. krnding t
a r boto a life-kice u 1 t'i crayon
pastel port alt free of . nrye (mill
dune ur superior work Cxaet li'
nets highly artistic Imeh and prm
rear' uf small pboto guarantee .
Send us your photo at o ee
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Internal uaahua an i .
tioM feruleeradve wesfcoessrt mImu- r
tsoatlT sntiMpuo panaxea whe U rcaa t
utdieot theuioolves vo wonicn ai.a 1 pe 1
to loottiers. Tbe u. ot cith ' ; ''"
vttb Cm' CmA Uoav will augs t ltsew a
the severer uue
Odd Ihfoaiaool taaVand. rum" D. - C Coiift.
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