The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 12, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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PABSI MALT EXTRACT
I USt OHLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY
fPABST'S IOE PLANTl
I PURE CRYSTAL ICE FROM CHEMICALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
Telephone 52. PAUL JUNDT Manager. J
In the bantu 1 c The nvcrafro
temperature during" tho journey
in IchB than that for tho ttatno
period at your homo 'Dion tho
curs are sj comfortable fatigue
is scarcely noticeable. Pullraat
palace and tourist sleepers and
free chair cars on all California
trains. A. .1. Coiikinb Agent.
f BETTED AND
MODE OF IT.
ijt Oklahoma i.Weol.lj Li'Htlt-i lor oiitMonr ami
i' i.'. i -..i ..
it. mi -in luurnni ior nvo years lor
Snap or a Decade 1 S
& The price is reduced lrom $1 "0. Think of it! Okla-
V noma Leader for one year and Farm Journal for five
1& years for only .0 cents
r July 10. Address
This otter holds fjood until
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No. 6 BIOOLO SWINIi LOOIC
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- 1.' if HAS M JOliUNAL and circular dbcrlbiog BIOQLR BOOKS fret
4. Wl1 ' !
AtMiess I' vn.ll
1 Hi'-. OKLrNIS
! nlmit f n- 1
"'V ioerf( tdui-
er. It ghes
puts them in
condition to do their wort
perfectly. That makes prtB-
naney fe9 painful shorten
labor and hasteusrecoveryafter
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear Btrong healthy children.
ft ELREE'J W i
hta aKu brought happiness to
thousands 01 homaa bantn for
years. A few 6srs ofteu brings
joy to loving hearts that long
for a darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Win
of Cnrdui. J1.00 per bottle.
For irl In eii;i requiring special
dliectlnns address rlvlne symptoms
ths Larlles Advisory Deprtment.
Th Chitttnosrs Medlclns Co.. ChitU-
Mrs. tOUIH HAU
of JcTencn (Is. ssjtt
"When 1 first took Wine ofCsrdul
w hid been msrrled three jesri but
esuld not have any children. Kins
mouths Itter I hsd a Cos girl baby."
SAN FKIINANDO ISHKM.ISJ)
Atkinson Scuds Lot tern uxn
CirculHrsto Itoiurning Sold-
diors About IMiiliiiiiiuos.
. nslm plcn Ave. H. Jec' 1 v Muri
i !..' ttitet BPVejTBTnent ifiiclalt 11
In iv rnvo irOTSd cop.e" f emu .r
-Igned by Edward Atkinsui. t i .-h Hie
tuthr says h been or wi'i tip aent to
the commlsslotitd and non-cumnuasloned
ufflcars of secti rsturnlns; rngimant from
tlie Philippine. tgthr with copies of
pitnphlets oonbalnlng articles on tha Phil
ippine situation from an ant -.mperlall-
I ic jiolnt of 1ew. The circular Is dated
II ton. Aug S is headed "The Anti-Ira-I'prlallst
. and Is addressed to the sur-
vivors of the volunteer regiments return-
d fiom Manila. Mr. Atkinson s&s tht
navins been Informed that telegraphic
messages from the mothers and sisters
if volunteers from Nebraska urRins not
t. re enlist had been refused delivery he
thought tie would test that question. He
f'en recounts his efforts to send through
thr niailM to prominent offlrlulB in the
Philippines the pamphlets refused by the
poxtmastnr at San Francl'co some t ma
Mr Atkinson adds ttiat the three ar-
ic'es refertretl to vie
"The cost or a nations! crime " "The hell
if war and Its penalties." nn.l "rrlmln.il
isjlfT'-sslon; hjr wtiom committed" are
'ncluOed In one of the two pini)hleH sent
to the officers of the resrlmcnts. nnd he
tsks their views upon them nnd upon the j
whole course of the warfare n the Phll-
nplne Islands protnlstns; If permitted to
print the letters to make a careful selec-
tion therefrom "whether adverse to the
poMilun t have taken or mKtnrnlna; it "
8ECIIET DOSSIER HEAD
l)rryf.iHlto8 I'lnlm it Will Cloar
tho I'rlsonor Woiiion Play
(Copyright 1M by Ute AMvoesnted Prcos )
Rennes. Aug. 11 AH he notable rrr -fusitee
here ere settslred wish the retfll
of the eramlnat on of ttie dossier. The-.
have unged their newspa.- frlendt hi
Paris to ckstnor far fall pufciiclty kn w-
rnsr that if It be Rrattted. the military sra
nattOTsarot party would be utterly dis-
graced. They are convinced that the dlp-
totrmtle and war office dossiers teem wtUt
forgeries. Of course their Impressions
are derived from tho flv counsels present
t the exsurttnatlon of those precious pa-
VorkloMii- Caiit WatHon
Manila Aug. 11. On Aug. 2 the gun-
boat Danpanla Lieut. MoNainee patroll-
ing I.lngayen bay Luson Islam! found
the American steamer Haturnus on the
beach San Kernando Insurants liavlng
robbed the carco. Naval Cadut- AVood-
ward in a dingy secured hawser atound
he rudder post of the steamer under a
musketry are from atronsr lntrenoluneots
Ptenpanga returned a hot Are but oould
not move the steamer. Insurgents board-
ed vessels. Have sent the VorKtown to
punish piratical act. On Aug. 7 the Turk-
town ami Concord and 4he gunboat Cal-
lao nnd I'ampanga entered port or lein
Fernando and found intrenohments en-
circling water front fully manned. Nosi-
comlMtanta were seen thronging sub-
stantial warehoused on the north side) 1 f
the town The vessels refrained from
firing In their direction. The first shejl
from the Yorklown wa answered w.th-
out delay by Held guns and muske'i.'
fi-e the vessel sheljed the town forty-fly.
minutes. Kxtent of damage cannot ho
ascertained Pampangla remained here;
Concord and Calloa are also natroilliiR
Lyngayen bay Luzon lslaivd; tlie York-
town returned io Manila. I have sent
particulars by mall.
Climate Manila delightful now; vessels
cannot be detached all are needed to
prevent unauthorized trading-
Manila Aug K 10: a m Advices
from Calulut under date of Aug 11. re
port that Q en MucArthttr took the Ninth
regiment a bat tall Ion of the Twenty-see-mid
and a detachment of the First artil-
lery ifrom Calulut to Santarie near Caoo-
lor on Friday morning. The entrance of
the troops Into the town was not oppos-
ed the Insurgents fleeing as the Ameri-
cans apprached. The troops bad a liard
march of ten ml.es In some piece being:
obl'ged to wade waist deep in water.
Many men wore- exhausted.
The troops will spend the night at San
ta Rita and proceed Saturday.
I.letit. Hazard of Gen. AVheatoWa staff
with five scouts from the Iowa regimen
marched up the railroad Into Angelas. A
small fores of rebel attacked the scouts
outside the town and I.letit. -Hazard sent
for reinforcements. Gen. Wheaton's or-
ders however woro that the Americana
should not occupy Angelas nnd a force ot
08 or TO" rebels appearing Weut. Hazard
Forty yiupiis Hunt: il
Chicago Aug. 11 A sPecal to the Chron-
icle from Kl Peso Texas says:
Ns has been received today from
M on trauma that when Geo. Torres learn-
ed that h's nenttow had been killed by
the Yaku s he ordered that forty prison
er -who had falltm Into Iris hands dur-
ing the engagement of three weeks ago
b put to dearh and they were aocord-
ingl ytnken out and lianged Only twenty
Indians were kolled lit the b-ittle but tho
official returns gave It as sixty .aooount-
Inar for the forty prisoners as kilted in
STOini AT CHICAGO
Much Dhiiiuch Dodo hy Wind
In Iho Wimly Clly.
Chicago. Aug. 11. A aevere wind aiid
rain storm passel over Chicago this eve-
nine; doing much damage In Central
Muslo hall many of the windows wero
blown out of the building and scarcely an
awning was left In any part of tho Ma-
sonic temirtc. The storm was oocompun-
led hy terrific lightning widen struck a
number of places.
Guests at the Avenue house Bvauston
were seated at the table when lightning
struck the electric wire's which led into
the dining room. A combination -gas and
oleotrio tlctit fixture was bunted out nnd
ths current .played about the celling until
t had melted ami burned fiercely. The
lamea were extinguished by the Are de-
partment. The most disasterous work of the storm
was the destruction of the skeleton of the
9t. Joseph's I'oJta Ost'iollo church at
Southport and Helden avenues whore the
wind wrought damage amounting to 115-
100 No lives were lost In the collapse of
the tons of steel girders.
Iate tondrht it was reported that Stan-
y MoOrew and a conspaion ware drown-
ed during the storm
They were sailing in a small boat off
Jackson park and It was capalsad by the
wind Several vessels in the harbor were
In oieer to aSvertke astr IM
per urw sulxitbws way stl
iutf send 1 1 S.HJU this
a .J 60C. I "snips takaa)lo Ihs
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1 trttd semi iuc'.iii' )ourusi ox wioj rsgas.
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formerly with the llo'ugh Riders in
Cuba says be ia having a whole lot
bette- time now.
our paper one year and tlie
Farm Journal from now to De
cember. 1903 tearly 5 years
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joying reat popularity one of
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RXPlCLLKD PltOM PIUVNCH.
Paris Aug. 11. An American named
Ittackv who haa been residing In BpJnal
capital of the department of Vosges haa
been expelled from France on suspicion
Ostensibly he dealt In photographs
Santiago Chile Aug 11 Severe storms
throughout Chile continue to do immense
Tho Turn hull Caso.
Johannesburg Aug. 11 Tfce ttiree no-
itoesneii who recently cruelly maltreated
Mr. Tunibtill the blacksmith un Amerl-
oan ottlzan who protested Hg'rst their
abusive language when demoftdiftg that
he show his pass were otMrsjed with As-
Tlvetr oouosel demamled tlve arrest of
Dr Matiiif-s to whom the Amerlaan con-
sul sent ifr. Turnbiiti for medkosl treat-
meat and who subsequently Juwangued
& people apiManantr for jus thee imhI
cus'nti fletd cornet LosntMrU vt being
A similar demand waa made by counsel
for 'the arrest of a local editor on the
ground that he had been guilty er sen-
timpt of court In newspaper deferences
to Che affair.
The hearing of 'ube oaae was postponed.
PuteHclty wsruSd mean the pillory for
General De Boadeffre and company.
They would be petted whh ttieir own foul
eggs will e Capt. Dreyfua would be clear-
ed In the foce of the whole world.
The miliary casta here is furrows M tfha
turn things are taking. 1ne corMrrpend-
ent of a Riis'tan paper told me the ether
day fhat ht a osrfe frequenfted by offlosra
he unfolded the Dreyfua'te Aurora to
mad. All the military men near by seowl-
sj at him In a meanlnr manner and af-
ter wousrh'.ner and otnerwkee showttsg tbetr
cMassjproval went tn a body to the other
enslof the oafle m M the BttaeJan was a
All the mtHtary offlnr nt the club cun
out on the club tjotaony when a bundle
of Drervfue.te Jourmils was bertng bcrnod
In th" street and they approved the per-
formance of mrmlahsJoanle fMrtrm. One
now sees the wIMom of the order for-
bidding officers tuot amarfied to he gar-
r eon taytng' here dminar 1he trial.
I hear that In unclean Imnsrmmgs nho
secret nvtlltary doosler exceeds the worst
op shelf literature. To secure aeorecy
Iho scribes woo worked Jpr Henry and
his friends Aid not Tiesrhsde to forge let
ters) from hkrh dtplomsytVo pereoruiges.
Nearly a soore of love tetters from a
truly high In the Mpomntl? spfiero worn
supposed to have been asHaed In the die-
patch box of an embaa)' durhifr trans-
mlfwlon to Berlin The perarm wihom she
la irepraserrted as navtnsr had as a oorresv
ponder la an attache of an mtMusay hero
and much younger thmn the ladv. who In
made tn eippenr Impastopett quite an
Rlolse Of course she mentions the Drey-
fus affair and asks the captain to help
whitewash the unfortuned e captain. M
J.i urea expeflta rhsrt there will be n greet
exposure of a ooneptmey ngalnst the
republic and that Mm high handful mens-
ur.'s of she present sroverntnent ogatitet
certain generals will be more than Justi-
fied by the coming revelatlona.
The sssuntaaitlrm of tha diptomatlo dos
sier waa concluded this tnorntnsj. Dreyfus
on leaving; rhe Lyceum tookoa br'htor
than be ever previously appeared. Totnor.
row's proeeedrnsiB will be meftHsmble In
the history ot the affair.
M. Demantre lost an opportunity to oon-
ctata the feaven Jttd-. He has let lni-
e4f be InUrrleweil In orvlar to any nlco
things alwut them. Thait aatttre advocato
un4erstiands hitmen nature.
He remembers tthalt the seven aro Ig-
norant of law always ready to nacrtflcn
equity to authority qulok to aoout at the
I rules of evidence and ore members of h
oastte w4io think -they havo liesn attack
ed by Jew oowmpelltatia and 'foreign-
ers. Bmo of them boaM of not Imvlng
read Ue report of the fawiulry before the
court of oaasatlon. beeauNa rhey thought
It pubktphad at the oost of a syndlowta and
rneesMlatl sa-sjaat edJaMn eat tbo army.
M. Tiaborl la naturally saturnine and
lias always hoped en but I onn gather
that lKth cnunsal still aee that the judge
are deeply and strongly prejudk ed
agalmst lihe prisoner and will try to n-
detnn film on his leaks if all lesml ivt-
dence breaks down.
Al hn officers now read tho pWM
Journal which they had never looked at
bastore the Dreyfus affair. The venom and
vHrtot of tha Intranekreanit are grateful
to them because employed asratnat Uielr
enemies real or suppoaest They dorour
the Oauloiae Bono De 1'aTls and Bcletre
ttaeause thecal papers respond to their
M Dentansje itberefore. haa but a Kin-
fla fulcrum the pleasure every human
being takes tn hearing ketnself praised
I feve lust learned that the aeofst d"s-
ater oontaras hockinc report of thn sxies
sat a Gentian nrlnce who has rUttd high
Itnallons under the euiptro detflnK ttM
Kurt years and one of them tn Paris
nity he oftea vlatts.
ttVre Is only one prince answering to
gala description. Chancellor Von Hbh.-n-
Wfnsoitieness in Women.
Jfi'mr from Dr. Hartman eottctming ttauly and cracefultutx.
ti )i lu.il.f firm friends.
' s f face i nature's gilt.
leful movement if noi
natnm' may b acquired.
To perronnently retain Uiss
hnjipv posflcsidons health is
indispensable. Th thou-
sitnii ana one pnysicu I ilia
peculiar to wotnea luako
them fro t fill nnd l Ulu
IhcM- troublca whether of tha
feminine organs tho kidneys or tho
stomach are catarrhal and inti
mately associated with tho nqrves
Catarrh In Inflammation and U
osaentially the same overywhere
vrhether in the head stomach or
poirloorjmne. The scientific success
fnl remotfy for all phases of catarrh
is Pe-ru-na. IU action ia through the
nerves driving- all Inflammation out of the
membranes. Mrs. O. F. Mollarguc lioietnan Mout. writea:
Pertt-H MiduiHt Co.. Colttmbut O.
Dun Sit: - Hy tha time I had takon one bottle of re-ru-na the polypus
from whioh I suffsrad had disappeared and three liottles cured my catarrh
and throat trouble. I liars given trial bottles v. a few friends. I wish you
abundant suocoss so long as yon merit it so richly as you hars heretofore."
Women who have suffered and been on red know how to sympathize with
oUicrs. The wearying' pftlns and noliae they endure arc so mysterious. nnO
peroianont relief so dlflioult Umt ones the correct remedy is found t(ioy becomo
Its wnrm advocates. Miss Magglo WaUtlus Carnegie Pa . v rites:
Dr. S. B Hartman Columbus 0.
Diah Sih: " I am enjoying life bettor than I hare for two years. I fool line
a new rromau; my appetite is good nnd I have gained at least ten ponnds. I
fool it mjr duty to recommend your treatment to all ailing ulsters -with whom I
oome in oontact. I cannot say too muoh for your medicine."
Dr. Ilartman's speeial book for women called " Health and UtutityMls mailed
freo by tho Pe-ru-na Medicine Co. Columbus O. All druggists sell Pc-rn-ns.
mA z em
u:Wi mm t fM 04 xim
ACC1DKNT AT SUA
CnuBO U.o liObs ol Throo ossols
himI Many lilvos in Aus
Cleveland. O. Aug. lt-ynaU was
again restorsd to tonight on the Euclid av
enue line near the conwr of Caaa and
KudU aanuss. The car was bound east
ma. ao-.- pasaengers on board but
no one was injured. Several women tried
to Jump tbo car uui wsis i . -- -.
cool hended ones
smashed that It
for the v.reoker.
The neighborhood U a very arlstocrastla
one. ou one corner being the residence
The car was so naaiy
was necessary to senu
iondon Aug. 11! Tlie Rome correspo 1
ent of the Dally Telesrraph sayst
Tlie pope today (Frldiu d Ided lih d
the next conolatory in Dcomlvsr lnaucu
ratlrsr three of tlie great festivHtee of thi
holy a In oonunun catliiK his die - n
to C'trd'nil Rampolln pap il wecrctAr f
etaie. li hotlaeas begged him to give ti
struitl n that the end if rt centurs t
(elol.riitt I with the greatest pomp aid
11. Details of
vessels in vii""
of Johu D. Hockofeller and on the home
of 8. T. Kverett.
Vancouver. U. C Aug
H.A ! at three
watets are brought by the steamer .w-
Tha baraue Carlisle CaaUe 14t tons
iwlrtd from Liverpool to Freoniantle was
totaHy wrecked oft llocklnghsm.The ves-
.! vent ashore during a heavy gulo on
Hatety bay. All on board woro drowned
including Oaptaln Utidsuy. otilof otnoer
Houston saliuiuker A. Ouzan. apprenUoo
John Todd. A. U. Jexley. ltobort Wilson
Ueoar Anderaon Tlwrnaa Mao Loan
Thomas MeMubon. G. If. BtocUs aud
llobsrt Jeuklus. Ho cargo was vaiuou av
The ship City of tfew York In com-
mand of Captain P. II. Jones 1.17 tons
regular laden with general cargo itiolud-
Imf Hum fast of lumber from San JTran-!-o
went aalwre at Bottnest Island July
11 fcusven were drowned. The following
Is a list of lbs saved and lost members
of the orew:
William Pope Alexander Anderson
Alexander Uurke F. Burke N. Yamusar
T. Kann. S. K. Parry. C. Weiss 11.
Murphy aSMe seamen; C. Lee It. MO-
Lsod J. M. lOHnt. ordinary stfwenj Ow-
en Hughes boatswain; J Stwtt sail mak.
er. and V. Troe apprentice.
Walter Jois master; D. T. uaxier.
second mate; X. Pennington steward; J.
Conway J. Wallls W. P. Lanton II.
u... r uuxliman. aula seamen: W.
Htockwsll ordinary seaman; A Purdyl W'"
and C. Hancock apprentices J l llo.
H.uiiluk le Cutia . Aug 11 -Tho heav
l.'t si im experlenoed hro In fltteen.
cirs en u. k the cllv t mlglit. Haln and
wind were almoe. inoessam for set era
hours. Several houses on streets tn t'i j
low portion at ttte olty were undermined
and a good deal of danuigi though no i
ing was serious wan done elsewhere
In the Amortoan camp nearly half ih
teivts were blown down.
A. V.'Ss S; F.
SOUTH HAST AND
T "Arrive j Loavc
No Qtttarle Outhrft
pin v ti am
atn 1 10 oo vm
SfJPTH. HoUTHKAST AND WKHT
" I IK pm I l pm
IU 47 pm II is pin
Airlve I Arrn
Ft Worth I Qjles r
:lttpm I w ir m
8 OS am I . i-' put
k W ADl
A J (JURKIHS Agent
0. & u.
on Trial and Approval
NO MONEY IN ADVANCE.
A course of remedies tho marvol of
medieal science and Apparatus Indorsed
by physicians will be sentON APPROVAL
WITHOUT ADVANCE PAYMENT to
any honest man who Is suffering from
weakness peculiar to can. Uso them a
reasonable -time and if not all you expect
all you wish pack apparatus and re-
mainder of Remedies into same box and
tend them back that ends it pay nothlntf I
MEN WHO ARE WEAK. BROKEN
DOWN DISCOURAGED men whosafTer
from the effects of disease overwork
worry from the follies of youth or excesses
of manhood failure of vital forces unfit-
ness for marriage all such men should
VsTo to the fountain head" for a scientifle
method of marvelous power to vitalise sustain and icstoreweak and undevel-
oped portions of the body.
Any man writing in good faith may obtain full Account of this astonishing
system. You have only to write yoeur nates and asWtrcss 1st the blank form below
cut out the coupon and mad it to the Erie Medical Co Buffalo N Y.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
00 NIAGARA STREET BUFFALO. N Y.
Silts As per statement in the Leader you may mall to
me under plain letter seal postals paid loll explruiiUipn pf
your new system of furnishing your Appliance and nemedte to
reliable men on trial and approval without txpeun&- j "ntty
mont to be made in advanco no c it of any kind unless treat-
ment proves successful and enlirelt-y satisfa loiy. A10 mall
sealed free your new medical book for men
The police oples who tatorned the In-
telrlgenrs department at the war office
of tho prince's secret dotage did not at-
amot to establish a connection between
Sheen and tha Dreyfus case. But one must
stjppoee the whole sole object has been
on prevent the downier ever be'mr pub-
lished It would be nnoaasary to go to
gtkstonlus for parallel of tha horrars
vskh which tills famous or rnfamoue eol-
lactton of documents reek.
As matters stand. I think that Demange
now feels that the two dossier furnish
him with a cose too otdmug for even the
officers to roi'at. Anyway he l.Va really
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Xew York Aug. y.-A special to the
Ilsraid front vTasl.Uiarton says:
Socretvy Hi t acted in the i'lo of
paoeemaksr bbw as a result everDtfy
at the wsr department 1 pleased with
everybody else .
The dellglUul barmamous oondltlon of
affairs prevailing In department circles
was brougst . about by the secretary's
announcement tha'. tha order repeating
the status of the Inspector geoerar efCos
would be so modified that It would be
satisfactory to sverybody concerned. Now
General Miles Is pleased. General Breckin
ridge smiles and General corbtn la grau-
Bed. The only man Who seams to be
little wearly Is the secretary himself
who. for neatly two hours today ltotonsst
to a learned dtseussiOR by General Miles
of ths reasons who he should have eon-
trot of the Inspector general's depart-
jnatU equally with tho sooxtUry of -var
and why he should receive reports from
the artillery and cavalry schools as hero-
ttforo. Upon the eoscluslon of this coatorone?
tho secretary listened ywr carefully to
The City of New York was the first
sailing ship ot tho new system. It wo
proposed to adopt between Ameuy and
Btsamsrs lflxcalelor und ltdlna collid-
ed on Hobsons bay Melbourne. The Jx-
celslor was sunk In tlfteen mliiuliw. None
of her eighty hassengers were drowned
but seven wore Injured. Tho Bxcelslor
was a steel screw steamer ot HD tons.
She was owned by Illddart Parker
if. C U Uoldflnoh was nearly wrecked
on the run between Auklsnd and Sidney.
The Ooldtlnch enoountered a hurricane
and had an extremely narrow iiscape.
An iin-jrovsment In tbs colonics fences
Is announcei! A revlsi.jn of the tariff
was hinted and several labor measures
were announced Iho government has
decided tu restrict Immigration. A meet-
ing of the New Zealand unemployed has
called upon the government to pass a sum
bar of measures ot relleC
The revenue ot New South Wains for
the year Just closed show an Im rease
of 17202 pounds compared with last
jtr. A surplus for the year of 117
sounds Is sliown. Tbo railway ravonue
for the J ear exceeded that of last year by
Kalgaorl has been excited over a big
robbery The copper plates of the ten
head battery at Kalgoorl mint mine were
Stolen. The contained 12. M0. The Im-
msnse quantities of gold being turned out
have attrarte 1 loumerable thieves while
police protect lo i Is slight. In one nltfht
twslve miners camps were completely
General Dodds Inaugurated at the mili-
tary eluu at .loumes the Wth f June the
first experiment In wireless tslsgraphy
made la Caledonia The result was con
sidered so satisfactory that arrangements !
are being made for connecUng by means '
of wireless leiergapay ine ngnt nouse
i vylth the town of Noumea
Tko AuaaUttJaitftn oelSFNes are following
Transvaal maUars with lnurtt. Tbs
New South Wales and other colonies will
offer Sngtand troops.
Port Gibson. Miss. Aug. U -Hill Wlls n
colored was lyuehed hero today on itr
peculiar circumstance. Last Tuesday
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toutn i i it Winter with r'lKCo li alii-
r'or mr lurthvr information adilrcMH
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in.-i-is i I ii ist and third S.iturdsji. in
moan in "Id reUuw hall Vlslaln in i
iei s I i i.e made welcome
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Tutittng Workman always vw-icf.ru
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C 1 TUOHT. Recorder
UulLirli lodge No
v r renin
VUtor block corner Kirt ad lui r
(utbrie Lodge mo .' u
Monday at I V M
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tu tlie 1 1 i ill lu tm
tor block i ol net r'inlain) il nrlwiii V
lug Knlahla are alwai vvii mr
('II AK1 Mil I (
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Monday n sbt of i ai n . . k it su
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T l p in u probate in un i sj i ...
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dress in full.
Wilson was arrested la the lformanvllle j e. ti mnb at i. k
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reman under tho control ut General
Milts and to General Qerbla atid the order
as lssaed will differ Utile from that un
der which the Inspector generafs depart-
ment has Veen oondusied In the pasLTbus
General Miles haa secured a victory ever
i r i. A i
iln. iilv eveuiu
.t I. etuitri. i
noon the inUr upon eniarlsg Wilsons
sell dssoovsrei the prisoner lvaaglag to
the county galiuws with several bullet
wounds in bis nock and shoulders. The
coroners Jury rendered a vordlot of death
by hanging and sheeting by unknown
former P ten try Alger ana secret try j partlssThe exsoutWfl took pises so quisf
Itoot has temporarily at least restored
ry that none of the offlslals knew what
was going on.
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Y us tors welcome
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ICAl'KU WSTI1Y Si
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 12, 1899, newspaper, August 12, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74609/m1/3/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.