The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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$HE CLEADER GUTHRIE OKLAH .
Trnr lin.T salesmen must take their meals whenever
and wliui.-v. i itx- ran get them Th?y bolt their food
on-nimutc .uul hustle to catch a train the next. Hasty
in- a! .nuJ . Miitimi.il jolting in railroad trains bring on in-
lu'tioii .ii.l dyspepsia. A druggist at Bridgeport
Conn. a h. has lont' had quite a trade for Ripans
I abult s j.iM.ii ; tiavrMint; men and it is becoming a prac-
tice with tli. hi tu cam a supply in the grip. One of
these men uk - two a il iv and declares they have helped
him .1 goo-l il. il Aft r an evening session with jack
psN tuba im 1 whisk nothing clears the head in the
iiiMiiuii . i oi so thoroughly as a Ripans Tabulc
taken just Ik lore oing to bed no matter how late the
n tiring hour in iy liapp n to be.
An' tylrt Tfccl
or iir - i i run r
etti il i it. rt
VOUTiMT. NO. 10 MM
' " Kir 1 HCUM 111! pt
(H k ur (.licit HUM ra Tat'
" !" Pwj tlta.twHhvnt rlut) ! now for ! U ism
' '?? "" "T Uiit foitMlt&t cgtt to Ui. liirus ChuiqIZ
will L tent for lira ndu.
men s at G
Meals must be satisfactory or
travelling is unenjoyable The
tiiinta Pe Route prides itself on
its system of Harvey dining
looms and lunch counters.
There are none better. Break-
fist dinner and supper are
serVed at convenient intervals.
Ample time Riven for all meals
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" THE LEADER
Guthrie Old a.
Rctlrine Socrolnry Tnkos n Shot
HtThoso Who CritlciRril
II i m.
Waiilajtcn. July SI One f ths last
official acts of Secretary Alrtr. who. to-
morrow -wilt rel'oqutsh his portfolio. -was
to prepare a statement cororlng severe!
statements regarding the conduct of the
war which have been the subject of on-
tlcism in the public press oarttculatiy
with reference to the appo utwient of
staff officers In the veluntes.- army The
"I am led to make the fo'iowtne slate-
ments on account of the many crtticUuis
which have been made by the public proas
and especially on account of a recent ar-
ticle which appeared in the lyondon Times
containing assertions that have no fovn
"" "" rS 1 - III l I I
jtsiiM3'jT5giffEfsWsSSSSBJfjjwm jBjsl I B.
Is the Santa Fe The average
teaiprrature during tho journey
is let-s than that for tile same
period at your home Then the
car aro e i comfonab e fatlgw
in Bcaruely noticeable. Pullman
?nlae" and tourist sleeprrs and
ri-e chair cas on all California
tuiins A J. Cobkiks Agent.
Farm Journal oo
Inofdw to advcrtlt put p
utu tubiciiiMirs (nay cn
By hpi-i 'I
with tlif jul
tll.lt JiaiKT to W" y SllbSC'lOCr ji.Ut't loie Utter to the PaUie cj ;p
(ruin Now to
le i-mt.ur lUOd.
Nf.M Iy 6 Years
n i hiji u.riit made
. ' l. I i-1 I U Kltl'lll
r"i "'- rrr".-.M.sJzr.
and 60C. (ump UWtn)to the
ILIUSTRHEO TOUTH IKO WE
ana It will b tent one year a
or will aeua It tut Brti o moa.
dation of truth
At the commencement of the war with
Spain and for sevecal years prior to that
time tne regular army oonelsted of only
IS.000 men with the minimum number of
officer prescribed by law The situation
may be partlaMy appreetated when it ii
remembered tht wllh'.n snrty days Itin
the declaration or war the etreneth of
the army was increased to fTB.OOO and ev-
erytfilns for the equipment of this grreat
force lndudlne ctothtig:. tents transpor-
tation medical supplies camps md t'te
camp equipage and all that pertain i to
equHiplng an army for service had to be
manufeotured. transported and distribu
ted for une. I
"From the snatesnent referred to tu
public mlsrht be made to beJ'eve that ;ih-
volunteer army was offloered by men -c
kted throujrh polltloaJ lnfluicei witli
the secretary of war by epedsvl favor and
without any regard to fitness for the du;-
los they were to perform As'ts wi'M
known the '01unteer frco with the m
ceptlon of tlK-ee regiments .if enrlrwr'
of immune infantry was made up of
the roilmona from the mrt.-Mis smtes
the ofllcert" of which were alt appointed
exclusively by the governors of the rea-
pectlve states front which the regiment
came. nd any officer found urfltted fr
service was discharged and replaced lv
another in the same manner Tho presi-
dent hfld no voice nor control in tit" mi'-
tor '"Dip return of the volunteer u mv
siiows llHit tn August there were ."..44
enlisted men and 8750 officers In thoic
regiments. This with me regular a-mv
recruited up to he war -nreneth mad"
an aggregate force of about J76.00) .frtr
era and man. Tho volunteer officers hi -pointed
by tho president number nil to!.)
1.0K. Of this number til wore taken frm
the reguter army and Ml rom civil llio.
The searcity of regfriental officers
the rwjular service owing to appolnt-
menta in the volunteers special recruit-
ing and mustering detftHa had so reduced
their number that to have taken a l-g-or
number for service wHSt ths volun
teers would have seriously impaired the
efficiency of the rogular regiment. Tor a
IK tie over a thousand tpponltmenta
made by tho president 'he numlber uf
opplicatlona weui over 36000 and eaoh ap-
plication was accompanied by a certifi-
cate of his ability and In moot instances
the military service either in the regu-
lar army or a state organisation and not
Infrequently in both. These oewtflcatea
showed that each Ono was as well quali-
fied for the position he sought d t
which he was appointed as could be pos-
slblo for men In civ llf in thie coun-
try. Of the number appointed there wen'
for Instance 26 major generals of whom
nineteen wore taken from rho regular
army and seven from civil Hfe Of thw
seven all hut one were graduates of
wt Point academy and all had dlstin-
Ijutshed themselves m command durir.j
the civil -war. Of brigadier genera' lhre
wcro 192 appo ntod sixty-six from the reg-
ular army and thirty-six from clvtt life.
Those from civil life toad all seen service
during the ctvtl war or on our western
frontier and all Wl proven themselves
competent to oommand.
"It he been stated and repeated mapy
times that the secretary of war n1
those appo'ritmenta when the truth n.
that very few were made upon hU t;.-
oimnendatlon. al hough he caused the en-
p.led. I would b ouly too glad to Im
tire list w.th recommendation to be corn-
had the tionor to have irnuje tneio ap
pointments. Ko better no more loyaj or
patriotic set of men as a wtoolo evet
served their ountry and their appoint-
ments were a credit not only to the .p-
pontlng power but to the country. Thie
were exceptions but mst could not hao
been foreseen. In every walk of lXe mm
aro found who oannot carry ou satUifac-o.-'l--
tho 'H'ork they have uV.iwkfn
There were three wglmenta of chvIt
the officers of which were aip'nil by
the socrotwry of war. Colonel Leonard
now a brigadier general and commanding
the department of SeinUago and Puerto
Prlncrpe was one of these. Colonel Grtgs-
by and Colonel Torroy both good offic
ers wero the other two. There were three
TtK menu of engineers ihe colonels of
which were an graduate of the military
academy and not only the officers but
ih. itniuinal men were selected with a
view of their special fltneoe and in most
Instances upon the recommendaUon of
the colonels themselvas and U1 proved
themselves most efficient.
"There were also tea regiment of im
mune infantry of who colonel eight
were graduate of the m'iltarr academy
.k -war uSMtsd for soecial fltnas o
command and In tho short tiro tnw
regiment were In servloe dsvw.oi re-
"Critic m as to the amount and
method of expenditure wh.eh oould im-
ply the wrong or caroloe us of money
wore also made by the London i lines
This charge 1 alse so tar a we cjnw .
of the service wa concerned no per n
Ah mv iciKj4adi of tho facw ran
Catarrh ef I 'I V leutl tt-
rauseit t n"sf f-t cutntm
ih iummir month i catifti
Htnmtr mlii it
bowel troublo is catar-
rhal Dr. Ithi tinat's
boolca mahe this j-iiun
V-.it tv tho Pe-ru-na
Medicine O Columbus 0 for them.
They tell nil about catarrh and how
Fe-rtt-iia cures It wherever located
"I linrt chronlcdlarrhoca
for fifteen yenrs" writes
Mr. T. K. Miller Grand
Prairie Tox. "I tried
many medicines ana
doctors in vnin. Atlast
Pe-ru-na was recom-
monded and It relieved
and cared rn at once
Mr. John Hartlnp 033
Main St Cincinnati O
writes "M wife and
myself took vour Pe-
(' aJ j Mi ru-nu for clironic diar-
I i-sJ5i rhoaa and it cured us
' As-sA octor or medicine
Mr. Edward Wormtck
Lodbetter Tox.. t-rltes:
Po-ru-no for bowel
troubles 1b uncqunllcd
by anything in my ex
perience. I owe my
life U Pe-ru-na mid
snail niwayn ittoiii- (:
menu it to tnose sunor-
ng as 1 wns."
Mr. .lohn lCdgnrtou. 1020 Third Ave
Altooua Pn suys: "I sufTeretl from
dysentery for throe yenrs 1 took Pe-ru-nu
nnu am now woll."
K il Ik a WliKo (liil Hti'iiti8 Slio
KpI'iirimI II AflvanccH.
A'n.ierst Ma'n . July 11 ttugen.) inh.
aMyjeiT" graduate from the Indlhn s-hujl
at Carlisle Fa . shot and killed Edith
Morell agf-d 17 vari. at the home of Mm
J F Morell In South Amh"ist parly this
vcnlnp The Indian had been employ d
en the irrm ( -r about a yar and during
that "-ne ve had paid much nttent.on to
The" murder without doubt was tho
result of Miss Morells refusal of his
attentions. Until recently tho Indian and
the girl had been qulto friendly .the
former taking the latter to parties and
on drives. Of Into It was noticed that
Miss Morell had repelled the Indian s at-
tentlons because sho said they wero ob-
noxious. The Indian became so jealous
tnat hie 'behavior around the farm was
GOTEUNOK OP UE0KU1A
Asks HIh l'oniilo to l'ut an End
to Hob Ijiiw
Atlanta Qa. July 31. dovtrnnr Can-
dler toaljtht issued an appeM to tho peo-
ple of Georgia to Join hands And put an
end to mob vlolenco In tho state. The
the governor believes that ths only way to
restore a condition oi peace and tranqui-
lity and to bring an end to the lawless-
ness that has been mnnlfcited In differ-
ent parts of tho state Is for the people to
uphold tho courts aid them In bringing
to speedy Justice all criminals and by ths
strong force of a vlrgle publlo senti-
ment bring punlshmont to law breakers
of all kinds.
The governor tells of the reproaches
heaped upon tho state by the repeated
out breaks and says:
"Tho purity of the fair mothers and
daughters of Georgia must and ohall bo
serserved. and at the samo tlmo the
lives and liberties of ait the law abiding
negroos In OoorgU must and shall be
preserved Durgtary. larceny rabbery and
rape must step and at the same tins
lynch law must stop. The good of both
races and the Tair tne of the state de-
"The ordinary processes of the law are
amply LtirftCFnt to punish all crimes.
Our iudgea are pure nnd Incorruptible.
Our Juries ere composed of our most
Intelligent upright men who seldom make
mistakes. The mob often makes mistakes
nnd the Innocent aro made to suffer with
tho gulltv It never knows whero to stop
but after punishing the guilty drunk
with the blood of one victim. It thirsts
for the blood of another and often sac-
rifices on the altar of vengenc those who
are gu'Hiets of any crime.
'We must away with the mob We must
re-enthrone the last. We must restore
the altar of reason and tear down the
alter that paeslon ha erected. We must
do this Iti tho Interest of the white men
of Georgia nnd in the Interest of the
negroes of Georgia and for the fair
name of Georgia nnd to protect the vir-
tue of the women of Georgia.
"Lynch law does not stop at arson nor
murder .nor robbery nor rape. Thl re-
quires the strong power of the statute
law sustained by a healthy vigorous
"I would nppeal to all officers of tlio
state civil and military urging them to
remember that the dignity and the fair
ii ime of Georgia are In their keeping.
"1 would appoal to them tj remember
that tbey are guardians o ftlu peace and
happiness of the people of this stato. It
h their duty to apprehend and bring to
Justice all who violate the law. whether
It bo tho negro who commits rapo or the
whlto who kills him for fhe crime. Tho
prnnd lurlea must realize thht It Is ui
much their duty to ferret out and re-
turn truo bills against members of tho
mob who lynch a murderer ni It Is t
return a true bill against tho murdere-
himself. "I would appeal especial! yto the bar
the members of tho profession excrelsos
' greater regret that ths condition of things '
there existing has resulted In Intolerable
oppression and has produced great and
dangerous excitement nmong several class
w of her majestys subjects In her south
"That this house representing a people
who have largely succeeded by the adop-
tion of the principle at conceding equal
political rights to every portion of the
population In harmonising ornngements
and In producing general onntent with the
existing system of government desires
to express Its sympathy with the efforts
of her majestys Imperial authorities to
obtain for the subjects of her majesty
who have taken up their abode In the
Transvaal such measure of Justice and
political recognition as may be found
necessary to secure them tlm full posses-
sion of equal rights and liberties."
The premier supported the -f&solutlosi
and George B Foster seosnded it. In the
aossnee ot utr omirit! mpsHjr wtw
wrote the premier that ho approved of It.
After adopting ths resolution tho whole
hsuie oie and sung "God save tho
ltniinnul Time TuMo.
A. r. Ss 8. p.
Atfuiirttl Samp on Sin s
for Prlzo Slom-y.
Warttmrton Jtrty II Itr A itnirii
""Mam t" 9mton nan ie . 1 m't
in th supreme ..ourt of tin 1 v c I
tv" m the Spanish vessel Marc I resa
'c m'teelHtneous stores an l im ' i-.
captured upon her a id other Spanish vee-
sN Tn his bill h suvs he brings tho suit
!n hi own behalf nnd alsi In the behalf
of all the ufnesrs anil enlisted men in
the Un tl Mates navv wh i wnc' with
tin- I'nitcd State naval force nnd t k
purl tn tho naval engagement ofT Hanil-
ni De Cuba on July 1898 and n tJi-
wirtuicK made subsequent thrret
Arlmlrnl Ranvpaon savn thivt 1h. flf-
.if the United Started we iwtinn under
hlK immediate ortmmai 1. " enmtnamb r-
Iti (I.' nnd that rom-no.Vire WtnflcM 1
Sl-'io. was the commanding oP''' of
the d vision of the fleet under his orders
and OatMatn French E Chadwlck was
fleet captain or captain of taff He re-
o.tes tho oavture of the Spanish veisols
and eaya tht the csturd property hss
bee i or wilt be surveyed apprnt-x
"Tills will show Htat the Twkh
iv -Hi 1700 000 over and above the
of recovery "
He asks a rule upon th SAcrwtari of
Navv to rthow csuae why the value of
the captured proportv shown or wh'joh
mav be shown by th survey appralsod
and Inventoried should not be deprslted
wth th trsasurer or asslstsnt treasurer
of the United fltotee subjeot to th
o' he oourt In th'e aa.
SOt'TH EAST AND WEST
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Ar Okla.ioma citv
Lv Oklahoma! Itjr inu 0 w ;
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Ln Sh iwiif 4 iii j ai
At S.mil M Hter
Lv So th i v mor 7 ii i in
Wii"r lii (i i"i
Al llgnc In -i I'ln
Ar. rt Sin i tii 1 1 pni
Ar st I oui : .'s am
F'or mr tin Ilitr ImormaliiH nJ.lrrnH
J r IIOLDKS I't.irt'c Mm
smith Mi vii stn I
( apllnl l.o.Ui No I K il i Ik if Jr.-.
meets the ii im ind thud s i i t n
monlli. In i Mil I ll'w lull i Ing m
brrs will l nmle wplimnr
i' h u.vuM 'i i w :
EFF1E 1.1 Ll-L Strlbf
very dtsagrceablo and this morning it
was found necessary to pay him oft rvBrV .mmunltv to the aid of law and
order not only by dlseountenineing moo
and give him his discharge.
During the afternoon tho Indian came
to Amherst and bought a 32 calibre revol-
ver He returned Immediately to South
Amherst and whllo on tho way ho did a
little practice with the weapon Ho wob
seen by neighbors of Mrs. Morell while
It la evident tho Fakahpuer went Into
the cellar ot the Morell houso and saw
i.dlMi at the refrlgerntor. It Is not known
what was said between them but tho In-
dian finally discharged the revolver twice
one bullet going through tho girls arm
and the other Into th ebrnln. The Indian
then went up starl and told Mrs. Morell
that he bad shot fSdith and he was going
to set the building on fire and then shoot
hlntself He went Into the burn and a
few minutes later names broke out there
and the fire which followed destroyed tho
house barn and out buildings.
Afte rthe Indian informed Mrs. Morell
of what h had done she went down stclrs
anu found Bdlth on the floor.In her fright
he ran to a neighbors house and got tho
assistance of two men who removed the
girl to a nearby building. Where she died
tn a few minutes
rule but by aiding tho courts nnd purlos
In bringing accused partios to speay
tflnl. It Is the duty ot a lawyer to see
that his client has fair .ind Impartial
trial but he should" not restor to mere
ICCnnicanuea mm iiium- -..... .
end of Justlco or even to delay the n-l
forcement ot penalities whoreby eoeWy I
uffers and tho confidence oc tno people
In the nblllty ot tho courts to punsn
crime Is destroyed.
"In bringing about this end I would In-
voke tho actlvo. earnest co-operation of
all good men whlto nnd blnok with the
offlcors of the law In their efforts to pre-
vent crime suppress rnob violence and
bring odlmlnals to Justice ami to restore
pcaeo and order and tranquility to all of
the people of every race class and condition."
An Army Oflluor'8
tan Pranclsco. Jul" II An officer of
one of the volunteer regiments now m the
Pntllpp nes. has wrtttso th followU let-
ter to tho Associated Press:
Manila. lune IT
The arrival of the rainy season finds the
Insurrection as vsrorous as ft has !'
at an trnie smoe the outbreak. The insur
gent armies are well recru ted notwitb-
mndin their heavy toss. are west fed
Muthrlr I nine No I. A (1
Thurda rw nlng of ea-Ii i
t W mi
k at 7 n.
Victor tio. k corner Kiiu nut ilarrp
Vlsitins V(ikrnen alwivi ei me
t n 3Aitni k 4 u
CJTl tun Kecnrdei
(.IllhrU- I.ihIli- No ! K iif I uiiCtH ini
Mond.n .it H I'M In thru r il a the Vi
tor ll.ti oiih r Klmt and II ii i sn in
log Knlgbts u e alwavR ri. inn.
i E CAKPli M II. C C
A u IIA1-DW IN M oil- an I K it R -Uutlirlr
LodRe No H : U F in.
Monday night of eaou rck it ' '" Vmli pg
Ortd Felin ilwajrs wi Uom
W bCiMii'l 1N 1
O W HIlUl I' Hfcretarv
Okulioma Sncamiitnrnt N
xtTomi and t
UI til 1 l Idav IllKh'S
it l m i K.l' V
J. r Ml KTKN. s nu
Trolling Uiicih at CoIuiuImih.
Columbus O July Sl.-Th grand olr-
cult meeting opened today uwdor the
most favorablo oondltlons. Ths wssttb
was clear and the traok fast though IV
will improve silently wun oonuunw .y.
Iiartrantt l'ost No U A R m-ets .
tint and third Saturday in -ach mnntn
7 30 p ni in probate imirt room hliu
umrndtH aln ajs wcUotm
W II 111 HOD V i.
M L MUl'H Adjutnaut
Quiry-lc t amp No I ..imrn . ii
Wurlil uircts evfry Mimd iv mi ht In tin I
(il I hall Visiting tiliitrii uevriliom
J II TtiM Its Clrrk
WM HKKi.uRY.fi". loin
Uulhrl. l.'dr No ' 1'
uiar meeting ttilrd Wii'iumUj iveiilnii in
been found ot the Indian. The police
think he Is hiding in the woods and they
hav begun a soarch for him.
Up to a lat hour tonight no trace had vvaathor. Th.o were three races on ths
card and with tne excepuon " - -pace
they wero almost feature'
The big race of the day wa U 2M
trot with four starters. The Abbott was
almost a prohibitive favartt and th ban
gelding did not disappoint his backers.
winning in straight heats Bagte nana-
' . j .. 1..& fVtk AhhiMt
gan was expwneo " ."
Kiiisus ( ilyMnn Lost iii Soulli
irnui Itv lln Julv 31. A Dartv ot
explorers headed by two Kansas City brush but tho favorite won w. --.
men Wei ion B -Williamson and Mar- being pushed only in tho second and mirq
i Kirk. In which was Alfred Greenfield heats. Tho Abbott clipped a quarter oi a
o. 'lapelton Kan which left this city second off his record in the second neat.
In March WW. and have not been heard when he wont the mile in "
from since June 18W. Is now believed to In tho 2:11 pace Iitvb Ftti.lmmon won in
i ... i.pmmnM bv a hostilu tribe ' .(mtifht heau. taking ths first tn ths rast
t Tni.n. in the western part of Brazil time of 2:07. There were nrns sttrs
V. ..... .. ...- -
whither It went In search of great rubber
forests In the Interest of Kansas City cap.
ltal. Secretary Hay of the state depart-
ment has notified the United States con-
suls in Buenos Ayres Rio Janeiro and
other South American capitals to make
Immellats and thorough Investigation and
report all results at on o.
V E. Price who lurnisnsa tne nnan-
slal backing for the expedition has sent
Frank Greenfield brother of one of the
lost men to make search.
While Mr. Prtc Is not willing to Deneve
In this race but Hob riUstmtnons was
almost a prohibitive favorite
Tho 2:23 Pe furnished the only sstotts-
mont of the day. There wsr sovsn stwrV
era and although Shade On ws picked
by many to t. Wandering Jaw sold as
favorite in the pools and his backers did
not filach when Shads Or landed the first
heat Only four horses rsmalnsd r tn
raoe after the first heat. Wandering Jsw
Tleauty Spot Shade On and Mt. Ctn
n fh. Jew tek the ssoorid and third
heats In apparently easr style and looked
"irUl u 14 twn
OC. Hetfiilar prtc tl I Vsr. It Is sn 11
tJ mu monthly loiuhal.ef 16 0 J fug-
ll'lbled to OlT?r Wimu '""aI; IwroaUATiott. Wf"A"' u
. rAHiMtwr and Gov. Tavujus PrAHTMiNT
6ro Die copy fie AostWsnUfl
r-nnni millr'lTinv.fliL To inv SttDKrl
rltCC 1 .who will ucvte rnougb new subicilb
nil.n ....... 1... lli.. I lin J llVI ' .Ui IIHMSIt
V ll Mrtin H'l un v.v. v-"
Lladkh ;wn'Ui i oik year
aiieao. for onlv .Ulc- bolll pa
ripra fnt- t lu i..u f .Mira nnll' - poia
..... w. fc.i- ( . Wi yJU m v. J ' . n-0lnnfa I
Our paper one Year and the &lvtooCTTexiknTeXyOronsinalmoti?
that the members of the party havs . a BUre winner but In the fourth he broke
perished he U very anxious about them. several times and snowed vi-ines or
. .... ...iu.a hitra todav from Mrs. ' if .nlnf droontnK Into fourth placs.
A laii.r .-v-.. ;- - "V " " "' -' .-. .. t... nr h.
while Shade on looK ine nwv """ -
horses scoTsd for the last hsat th Won-
deilng Jew showed life sod won ea.ily
Edwin B Ovrman. or aausDury n. v;.. a
sister of Mr. Williamson gives her bo-
lief that ths men have been killed. Mr.
Williamson has returned to this country
and now believe btm dead ns does Mrs.
Kirk who is now ln Chicago with her
" Washington. July tt-'Ph monthly utate-
with my kouwkw ' "" mant of the goyernment receipts and ex-
ctonsb truthfully and no on on sho - " wll be Ulued tomorrow
... a 111. r wu mUairoDrtatd. ' il- pwimn. ...... ..
at our itvraUr ratrs to oual the rtgvUr W'f
1 of ibe snide MlectetJ. we will glv fr blc)"i
Wlt-n iiiiiwiii ... w. m vw..r- ... --'.-r
Farm Journal from now to De
Ccmbtr l'.hi.J l early 5 yeRrs J
THE FA M JOURNAL
It an oltl I'stahiiblied poller en-
jovinif Kreat l"Pi'1arity( one of
fiie iet and most nstfulfarm
BujI.i-: Ccllese or Ulw School. ril .
auui.e BoudiM us 60 cents will get
the Wekkly Leadeh and the abovt
papr for one year. Address
LEADER PUINriNO CO.
Outhrie. O. T.
This oiT.r .shoultl be accepted
without d lay.- - t
Five dollars for the round trip from
Okiaho i a fltv to Eu'eka Sprit firs on
Fns o Line August 3 189U
The Farm Journal is choke full of
pumption and has the largest circula-
tion of any farm paper la the world
It is frood everywhere. We offer it for
n bhort time ns a prize to advance-par-
ine subscriDrfu to the Oklahoma
Leader and the Farm Journal for 'be
b lance of 1899 and all ot 1900 1001.
Special j 1 002. and 1003 nearly five years all
or the price ot our papsr alone.
tia- a dollar was mlsappropriaieo
en or embsssled out of she bundroH it
mHllons that were expended Th recorl.
arv an open book and I w U be glad .
have them rigidly esmlnd sod ask my
suocesaor to open the aooiunts to iae
country wnever property ra'.ed for .:
order that the entire truth may be
U. A ALOBR. scr4H.r ; wv
Washiagton. P. C Jtirjr K 1W "
CrjTlilft PolIrPiiian it'Ilnot
Key Torlc. July ll-Pollcoman Thoam
O'Brien today jteaded guHty to grand
larceny te th ssoood degree O'Br.ei
was charged w.th having t.ton a g.ld
wauh. a chain and two charm 'roan tne
body of George B Unoswiss. rridnt of
the Stuyvessant rtre InsuraAO oowpe-ty
who was run over and kttlM by an
Eighth avenue electric oar on June lo
O'Brn accompanied the body in the
ambulanco to tho hospital and flatlvs
of Rhoade subsequently d'soovered the
thefet. The cta'n and ohanms wero re-
turned to tho TAtrve and H was dis
covered that It was O'Brien that had giv-
en thetn back A pawn ticket for the
watch was found on O'Brien The maxl-
turn iestAco U five years.
wlU show a dencn tor juijt i nuuuv -
6U.0OO which i slightly In excess of the
estimate made by the offlelal one month
The total receijKs for the mosth will be
about M0&l5 as follows- From Inter-
nal revenuo 1st Wall customs U4.OTMM;
The sspendlturts will amount to StJ.ST3r
soa. i.iternal revenue will show an In-
creas of about Jl.fcW.toa For July U3S.
th toUl receipts were J13.$17.WS. The
expenditures during the same month were
ru.m tn showing a deficit of about UV
JO0W0 During that mosth the expendi-
tures on account ot tho war alene were
about tjmj0(6 tor the month Just closing
It 1 MpMted that tho expenditure dur-
.l .L. k .let. n.lll xm. t.M.n.
ins th month of August will be heavy
on account of payments to returning sol-
diers and the cost of equ.pplnc ud send
ing out others
Annnj-liiB Mm UrpytuK.
Renne. July Jl Already tho crowds
that gather daily about the home ot line.
Dreyfus and the prison where- her hus
band Is confined as sho paste from one
Fxplr"'''' Ko'iihi Fmin tU.i.
Seattle. July Sl.-Vhsn th sUsir Geo
W. Elder wlilch carrted th MsrrlHian
scientific party to Alsska. srrlre.1 her
yeslerday she rebld a non.ing run-
oslty shop utoekd with everything Ales
kan from a totem pl brugh
and sixty fet long to th minutest In-
sect Dr C Hart Merriara. chief of th Uni-
ted States UolegtsaJ strvy. ssd:
"The prlaclial result of in voysge or
tho Merrism party i tn nwth w-s the
eollectlon of mu valuabl dsta rgard-
lng the dtktribatltw af n.:ininl end Writs
in tbs far north. 4eJ tmpotnt "-
coertes were mode. On Ifall " "'i
3t V.'atlhew Island. fir rxsulpH w.
found and collected anv specimen -!
what is called ths Arlc u flake a
most exquisite bird Twin Mscoib'ing tne
snow buatlng It Is almost .m.w uhlte.
about tho size of robin "d w of tht
OniUilntlK IJtK llotJlllHnilB
owsthed. They naive profitsd by thstr five
month sof war against tho Au.ortoRiis.
They are fas adopt mg Amertsan taotlos
and are beeominng better llsoipllnl and
more skillful in the ukp of their weapons
One hundred tiroussn.1 soldiers should
bo nnt here ready for business by tho br-
gtnn'ng of th drv samin tn Noviwnber
Garrison could th-i be atatlonsd a'
atragotlc points A continual warfare
be carried on In this tnervatiitff eHimto
by the ssme troops. Frequent reWefs are
necessary Troops should not be kept hwe
longer than h yosr. Men from r northern
climate re!n their native vUror for sx
or e ifht month fter tnelr arrival hm
and then been to succumb to th various
illmentu of tr.-sp'cal weayther. This Is x-
.mpUflp'1 in the oanss of votunteer and
those regulars who have been in th
rtihlppln since last sumsnsr. The most
of thn ar saturated with malar'a.
Menv have rhetMnat'sm and all are great-
ly deVUtatsd. Thsty re unfit for further
dutv and rscutieratlon seems slow and
uruMit efsoiory. As It Is with them so it Is
likely to be with cbsrr suocessor.
The m'Mlon poopl of the Phlttpfn
are ss highly civilised as than of Vfextoo.
If ths American psoch will imagine th
Tinted States to have sequ'rvt Mexico
asasinst her will and be engaged In n at-
tempt to put down an universal! rsbsttlon
of Mexican wUh K.tM troop thoy will
have a duptloat picture st closs rang
of th stustlon in th Ph'Hpp'nas with
the exoeipt'on ithat th cUmat of th
Philippine Is from 10 to II degra mors
tropleal than that of Mexico.
WashmK'on July 4na.tor Burrows
of Mich . In an lntrv'w with a IHsst re-
ported this afternoon said:
"It is my judgment that If th wr In
the Philippine Is sUH In progress Mgt
year and the end 's not than In assist th
situation will Us to th d'ssdvaatsg f
the republican party Th suty op for
the party and the country I nrsrht Jd.
s a speedy ihn of oondltlons In th
IThlllppVnii T'nless tbs war In ths Ph'l-
ppine spedlly end It wtf. bseotn an
'mporUnt pnlltlosl fscssr and Its oont't-
uanc wll maks the outlook for repuK'-
can success urwtrtUn to say he least If
I could have had say wsy w swvi hn-
rtly have taken sssdlng stl'in or .
bsse Tn xunrdiss In th Ir'nd nf T-uson."
"Hiw would yoti m' the present slt-
"The jriln Is artlng wlly In my
op nton In endnavorlng t' rt-rLtT p e
and order In ti Phl'ippln by ei-nd'ng
un nrriiied army ti ai' Honors' OMs.
Ft Is to be slnorre'y hoped that the frsstl
tr '! wNI Im; able to esiablUh th au
thority t the t'nk-d Stages We rust
reim-ml'.fr hover shst although we
hf nw been fight ng some t'tni we
have conquered a territory only shou'
nfy mile to the north of MsnlU and fif-
teen miles to the south a mer- .ratll
cocnpind w.IJi hs tmmus r at th
ardVpolag-i. If the additions.) tr seat
o Ceneral t' w-nnt r"tr order eon-
gres will hav to deal wl-h th problem
sad ought n hav by th first of Deosm-
br some definite InformMlsn upon
whled to set TV.' h r'rnt. I hope th
presides will 'oot r ie til efforts to m I
the -roubl and that his sfforts w.l -e
each month al 8 o i lo k
ally Invite . in Attend
11 V AHIJl.lJY
0. 11 WILLI W M
i H h.
0. H. M. meets cveiy Tuesday ulrlit I
iCot linll. Visiting Lliicfs alis wcicmnf
M. II. CHKURY Chief of lln . rds
Naomi Rebekab I-odse No 1 (
at 7 3V
inert every '.Id.ir evrnine at 7 W in il
Oil 1 Hrllon-ii n rial' In the U'elnl
KATK M tlKTHY. Ser.
Has received a fresh line
the very IttU-st In
C N H VKTHB WOk DOVK '
lutlifi t.f liihicclor
( in-ia I I
WashlntOSl. July ". S . ry i
and aiuiUiaM wtr.' r v . Ij .h-
n oonfsroncs t Ja. .. i i. a y U-.
ed upon a order fix ie t tUlu o'
InspoLi i k i.eral uf I' urn nnd t'l
noer. t! i .4 curpn 1 i lint ir tin
ui. In i. aii-railoi fur in. i .i
u. j i . itrvbabi) ..
Ijii.hu Tbs ai'iui. v
id t UU BUSSO t . I
ivtor gciitsrsU'o otii
tlpatst. ww svheu IH-.U
crpJi wen. ojsio-1"! r i
eluding i.. po.jr lie a
who ''a. iniid u.jJ'1
letli .it Ordr Man
' i ' ' y 1j-i- i- ".i .
.. ti it Mr wiu rid Lanr. orownsd wth suootss.
u. .-.--. - T raOmrl "T would not atasusrlon the Philip-
busneis of tho hsmse sf smn.s tdy -
. Mwii the following TODotatln U r.
gsrd t tho BriUsh iublU tn ttve Trn-
uggtd th retvtfur
do not see how we ean get swsy
now." said t senator "w cannot sur-
render OUT Ship to Ax-u'naido snd say to
. i- ..fc a.. .L&. 1. UK ...J . .Aljltaaw fIjw
"That this bus has vwa wiw imw wm v -.mirr.. """ --
in the Transvaal republic Of whlsh his that w hnv c..sr.cd. the osny tWng
maiesty is sovereign. wn toe rriuotn vt -an wum ew - "
L i.J-i tn her msltsty's subjects now as sossibl. AfUr that hi done e.
o IS omiu. . . . one w.-r-- .T.7 ' .- . i .r. . f h d'sdfon of th Wands Of
to the other flavt necotne- so-ntupaented -settiea in mm j.w. -. r- -
u U. demand a material increase to the ; Uclpation in i government. the permanent ration rests M.h the
police forve alone tt routo. "That this bouse hs leanwd with still vPe d congress.
: t dutp
ru. u( vi.
V 4r d i c- ut.
i . ... nxx-r otiou d n d. tUid (or i
1. uUl the tail ; -u t the so...
tsry of wsi Tin. urdai was (tes'gi ci
mt ho jww.r Af.in. is ihe lu
Uc.Mtil t) iM-'id LIUcr of rds own
u. inkiK in dat nii.' svuttinr
f.t . . t r tl .i a I i ktnr . .
ma.i.tui lied that h oi-r hou i i.
utmrge uf ui iniJ '1j rk T'i
prsparwd d appruvi-d t ny ui' .- "-
ouoversy by making Vt ptetn a- ' .
Inspector Qenoral and the ofrU.-ra . b
oorps shall be ubjct tu ordi.s th
sixretary of the war
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1899, newspaper, August 1, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74599/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.