The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 90, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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Entered in tne posioCDce at Gutor e Oltla.
second cims mall matter
Official Paper of Okjatonu .Territory.
PI Ml 1IIMJ BY ."Ilk. UHADCR 1MHNTIM.
OMl'VW STATU PltlNTKR-i
I O N11IUOK Editor olMnser.
t ''! Orptui of Oktnhamn nwerary.
tansonuTios . nrr.s.
One month deMvere 'n in
One month. by roall
V EBKT Y
IHDH3DA3" SEPT 14 tSM
fitttlng of the Territorial DemratU: ivn-
By request of the executive commit-
tcu here Kill be a meeting of the
Derfieratiu Tiritorlal central cotn-
Wit'ceof Oklahoma ut Oklahoma City
on Thuruday September 21st 1S&9 nt
2 . clock p in. Questions of Interest
to the party will be dismissed. Place
of meeting "111 bo announced later.
JAsn:n Sires Chairman.
1-itA.NK Stevenb Scc'y.
Party papers will please copy.
bccHKTAtir .Tr.NKtsR is not a linguist
and ho ' not saying much but wo
j sa he ib thiuktng in mno (lif-
An eastoru papr is of the opinion
that Otis and oetiOcatton is not a
-plo.jliig condition for the American
The agent of the associated press
in the Philippines has discovered that
the ceneorjhlpnher has been establis-
hed for the jJhrpotn of jyeventing tho
pnl.-ailun vt anything "call ulated to
h r tho admlnUtiatioii "
4 J&? 'vcrdct . tuc Rennas court
rnarturi in the Dreyfks case remains a
" topic for "Biscusslon tho world over.
In thid country tho variouB boards of
trade and unions are passing resolu-
tions condemnatory of Prance and its
system cjf justice and movements are
under way looking to a boycott of the
' The more carefully wo examine
the proceedings of the ItenncB court
martial" says the Washington Post
' the more clearly we discern the
hideous Infamy of Us verdict. To say
that tho whole civilized world has been
horrified by the methods of the court
were needless. There can be no two
opinions on that point Evil as the
French system is grossly as it oper-
ates against personal liberty and
leaves thu individual at the mercy of
oQlcial cruolty or caprice the Iteuneb
court martial 3xceeded oven the
tyranny contemplated In the system
Itself and that with an insolence bo-
Hut this court has not been as wise
as it was arrogant and ruthless. It
was composed of dishonest men but
It was also composed of grinning
chumps and fools. Old Jouaat and his
assistant prigs douotBoemto under-
stand that in convicting Dreyfus thoy
have convicted themselves. Dreyfus
was ordered before them by the Court
of Cas atlon to be retried upon the
charge of treason the same charge
laid against him when he was convict-
ed five years ago. And where the
court stutUUed itself and exposed its
members to the contempt and ridicule
of the world was in reconvictlngDrcy-
fus of the same heinous crime and ye
fixing a penalty absurdly inadequate
to the alleged oltenBe. Herein they
put themselves in the position of con-
victing a man whom they evidently
beliove to be Innocent) If Dreyfus
committed tho infamy of which he
vas accused in 1894 bis punishment
was In our opinion none too aevere. If
flvo years later another court trying
him on the same charge and solemnly
declaring him guilty subjects him to
uo harsher penalty than Is usually
awarded to a common felon It means
that tbey perjure themselves through
the medium of their verdict or It
moans that they are falso to the gov
ernment tho army and the people of
France This was no cubq for mercy
or condemnation It was a caso of
simple justice Dreyfus was either in
nocent or guilty of treason. Tho court
has declared him a traitor to Prance
ud has senetneed him as though he
were and obscure and insignificant
malefactor. The court has convicted
itself of falsehood wickedness and
perjury Take either horn of the dla-
Jeroma and the Kennes court l a thing
of infamy and shame. It seems that
mo civiiir a world is to some extent
mvolved in this abominable affair; In
volvtd we mean by reason of our rec-
ognition of an association with France
and it is a question in our mind
whether we can in justice to ourselves
hold more than the most distant and
formal relations with a government
and a people capable of sanctioning
the unspeakable atrocity wo art dU-
cass.ug Should French publio tenti
t&ect expressed iumny authoratatlve
way approve the action and the meth
ods of Jouauit and his oonfreres at
Rennes every nation pretending to
nlightment humanity and houor
ought to ostracise Franoe as being
barbarous and accursed. Thero is no
place in Christendom for such an un-
fSXSitVUZjlt XMSMS COXMXXTS.
Tka Times-Journal of. Oklahoma City
suIm to dUmts a dUtastaful natter
Th KeptMicsa party of OklaboBK
was asrwiMW Jaarmoalomthan sew.
t ( ser tfeas ft baiter of
"Exompte Is BHt
ft is not what we say but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla
does that tells the story.
Thousands of testimonials are
examples of what Hood's
has done for others and
what it 'will do for you.
Scrofula " Runninc wrofula orrs
made me shunned by wlRhbow. Medical
treatment failed. A relative urged me to
try Hood's Sarsaparilla. bid so and In few
months the sores completely healed." Mas.
J. M. Hatch Etna N II
Inflammatory Rheumatism-" Two
attacks ut the grip led me with lnflnmmn-
lory rbeumatltm An. 89 years old but
Hood's Sirsnparllla -ured me and I can
ollinb stairs and walk anywhere ' J. Love-
aM J73 Fariro Ave Buffalo N Y
Uoci'l nm curt liver II the non ItrlUrtnnit
only ctirllf to i-k with Hood i s.rnp.rilU
disreputables to bring the party into
an internecine war A gathering Of
voters any wheroln the territory would
bo just as harmonious as the ono at
Brother Dolde of tho NowMrk Dem-
oerat pays his rospeets to Laverty this
Lavorty the chairman of the Pop
territorial central oommlttoe makes a
bold statement and soys that the Pops
don't wont tho Pops. In doing this
Lavrrty tells Oklahoma iJemocraay no
e ret but Blmply tipju ins hands to
tho whole public. Vt rejoice in hit.
ignorance unrt !" glad that the whole
rank and file otre Democratic party
now know the true sentiment of tho
Pop party rogaidiiigOUlahomrrHomoo
The rumpus has doubthss made old
man Palmer sor Listen to this
If Plynn had not mado his Jefferson
speich tho Outhrlo Leader would have
hadso go Into hybernation for want of
"S imiUhlrg U say about the Ropubll
ennst It hat chewed antlA'hewe i
.that spc;h ver and over iJtjt has
wome tatr-nise-'n isno'
bi"elV-Tti.i to.i i' oistkIjui
i t-WLattblW" fj 86
Ttfe 1 rnjt'Enterpribi. i s ysfto jtBO)
off lnrhls fashloiJ. "
Harmony is a great thing either In a.
community r r a party but when you
must allow an Inch of this tail flgura
tlvely speaking to wag the whole
body very few will bo found fighting
to sustain hatmony from that point of
The Guthrie Leader hns raised up
from behind the log and climbed ever
into the straight Democratic bailiwick
Thu Leader Is a strong organ and
wiuIdB lntluonce in Oklahoma mid its
sensible political course at this time
only bears us out In what wo huve
been advocating ail tho time. The
Perry Sentinel the Rnid Wave the El
Itono Democrat and the Udruond Sun-
Democrat a'l likewise declare for De-
mocracy and show good reasons why
fusion Is not desirable another time
In Kay county it is dead and t is
simply punching n corpse to be all the
time kicking it but It gives us such
great satisfaction that we cannot resUt
lie temptation to occasionally taxo a
craeic nt tlio lusion nurausKuiis. itio
Democratic central committee of tho
territory will on the I'lst Inst. take
the initiatory stops to annul any fusion
that nay bo lingering in the minds of
some few weak kneed Democrats and
after they meet we prrdlct that such a
thing sb fusion will soon ceTaso to be
ovon mentioned In Democratic meet-
ings Ncwklrk Homocrat
AcconDINO to tho Republican papers
prosperity has made bondholders and
plutocrats out of tho western farmers
$HH) Itticara $100
Tho readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that thero la at leabt
oiio dreaded dl6easo that sclorco has
been able to cure in all it stages and
that is Hull's catarrh euro. Hall's
catarrh cure in the only positive ca
tarrh euro known to tho medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being nconbtitutlon
al disease it requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall a catarrh cure is taken
luternally acting directly upon the
blood s.nd mucous surfaces of tho sys
tem thereby destroying tho fonnda
tlon of the disease and giving the pa
tlent strength by building up the con
stltutlon and assisting naturo iu doing
Its work. The proprietors havo ao
much faith In Its curative powers.
that they offer ono hundred dollars
for any case that It falls to cure Send
for list of tostimoniais
Address F J Cheney A Co. Toledo
utilo Hold by druggists 75 o.
Tho Grand Lcutlrr
Do you keep chickens' xbeu'you
ought to have the Farm Journal. We
give it in clubbing with tho Oklahoma
Weekly Leader both for the prlco of
our paper only. Pay up a year ahead
and thu Farm Journal will come for
the balance of 1800 and all of 1900
1901 1603 and 1S03 nearly Ave years
and get to you u you are on tms contl
Can be cured sore nostrils can be cured
by using Uunsen'd Cream Catarrhal
It sweetens tho breath. Samples free
tor sale oy J. . Wallace-
Dou't Trust Your Fbotot to Agenu-Ut
IMrect With the ArtltU
"We will make to any one sending us
a photo a life-size olllttto crayon or
H-voi portrait tree oi cuarge to Intro-
duce our superior work. Exact like-
ness highly artiatlo -nlsb and prompt
resurn of small photo guaranteed.
Send ut your photo at onco
293 Main st Dallas Texas
The Farm Journal is the boiled down
hlt-the nall-on-the-head paper cut to
fit the wide awake farmer and villsger
We give the Farm Journal for thu bal
adce of 16S9 and all of 1900 1901 1902
and 1601 nearlv five years as a prlre
to every ono of our subscribers who
will pay a year ahead for the Okla-
homa Weekly Leader
I heroby certify that 1 have toon
and sow am carring Insurance in the
Shawnee Fire Insurance Co . of To.
pekc Kansas and that X sustained a
damage by lightning several days ago
whlab was promptly and satisfactorily
settleA by tho looal Bgeat Geo M
All h ItihuA o!
Wflkhlngtfth Sept l3.-'lhs army trans
port Tartar which is reported detained
at Honjt Kong by the Hrttlsj authorities
was chartered by tho Cnltd &(ntc and la
owned the Canadian PacWfl RteAtnslitr)
ompnny It aid that under ihe ron-
" ..- -h. f tAivc-t to the nrltiali nas
fcntion lawi a- belrw? r-hanictpred by the
I'nitod Statt-H uobii not ontltlf) her to
American refttetery The Rrtttsh consul
can determine whether she compile wltr
the British na-1gatlon lavs and If eh-
dn not he has authority to unload
TIip qnarlprmnstftr'B dprtment dn
not know why tho Tnrtnr want o Hong
Kornr but. It Is supposed thAt it was for
Uie purpoeo of decking hor Tho Tartar
Ailed from Baa Pranetaco July Si She
carried l.ttl men It U ttad at tlM war
department that She wan under the sup-
ervision of (lie board of henlCh at 8n
Francisco and that ihe would not have
been alto-wed to ae.ll from that pott If
she did not comply with the regulations
Wliee she nrrlved at Manila. General Otis
reported her with all on boahl well nd
ro dilu Phe anlled from Manila ?epl
4 iili l Hl mn on be&rd
private eablo message from Jlong
Kong says that oomptalnt was mado by
the four hundred discharged regutors on
board the Tartar of overcrowding where-
uponiclearance was refused.
Thil Twentieth Kansas voluntter Infan-
try ilitt- General Funston it Aboard the
Tartar but It Is understood Vbe.t the vol-
unteers make no oomplalnt and are anxi-
ous to have clearance gTfinted the ship In
order that thoy may proceed homeward
After Secretary noot'e return from the
AVhTlo liouee he lied a oonferneo with the
oommlMkwier of navlgmUon Mr Ohatn-
berialn and alno decMed to taktv up the
matter of the Tartar with the atate de-
partment with vleiw of tm:r the ehlp
c'ear( d nt I loner Kona: A dlKpatoli was
sent t" Colonel Metcah" of the Twentieth
Kmisae. who la In command of the troops
on the itraaaport. aalrlnai if In his oolnlon.
I' ' shltA wm rvor crowded and U (hen1
w t- ust ground for romplnlnt of tn
H ' stauice furnished the men A din-
natch wm alno sent to Oeneral Otl ask-
lriB -for further Information concern irr
the Tartar and the supplies with wMen
he was tumlahed. No definite denalon
cm be readied until the tat lpari-
nent has eomraunloated with our tn-
baosy at London a it !s a quetwn which
must be settled by Mie British g-nvern-
The war department mnde publio Hi
U ong Kong Sej. Ill -Corbti '1 aah
i ' t(''"'r'!tHii auth rli' refue i.o r I
- cft.J oven row'nedv auts .rlfl
Manila Sept IS. Adjuta it General
AVnahlnffton: Tartar sent IJona Kong to
dock as requested by Major Lonit no
dock large anought at Nagasaki She h is
capacity of eleven hundred fort -nve me i
and one hundred eleven cabin piiKaenger
Bhe took back eleen hundrnd fort-w.i
men and txty-one cabin pasaengerr in '
her trip from Ban ranelsco ho carrixl
nomfortAbly eleven hundred forty ih.
iim hinl flfty-flre cabin passengers
(Signed )) OTIB
Kaneaa City. Sept 13 -The following
cablegram dated teitu has bea lece-lMJ
by the 8tar from Us special correenorl
ent on board the Tartar at Hong Knur
"Tartar having on board the Twentieth
Kanaua regiment been refused clearance
Pour hundred rectilnra wv board ha
made oomplalnt of overcrowding No eei-
The Qrand Loader
Higgle Horry Hook No S of Tho
lllgg'u Hooks is ull about berries. A
wholu encyclopedia of borry lore boil-
ed down after the manner of Farm
Journal. Tells abnit varieties nbout
planting growing mulching cultivat-
ing picking and marketing. It gives
praotlcal pointers from the pens of
scores of leading borry growers from
all parts of the country who have con-
tributed to its coluras It hau Colored
representations of berry true to size
and color thiuty-three portrultu of
practical borrytnen mid thlrty-flvo
other illustrations handsoumly bound
in cloth The prleq is 50 ceuts free
by mall address the nublishers Wil-
mer Atkmhon Co I'll- ulclpl-la.
THERE IS JUST ONE3
BEST FIVE CETT CIGAR
IN TOWN ITS
smith Arms Ho
t - rts vsr eeHi - tttH
Always Drink Pabst Browing Co.'s
Celetiratei Milwaukee ..
r n8i losio rDi ivimli
I USt ONLY ICE MANUFACTURED BY
jPABST'8 IGE PLANT
: PURE CRYSTAL IGE FROM CHEHiCALLY PURE DISTILLED WATER
Telephone 52. PAUL JUNDT Manaeir.
Designing men through alluring and cun-
ningly worded advertisements constantly
endeavor to work upon the feelings of sick
and ailing- women by itn 'ting them "to write
to a wjij- (') and ' - uoman's sym-
palhv ' It (well tn finembrt that the
h-st tvttipatby in to Ih ii el at home and not
from stiasKPr perlni iiiindreds of miles
di'tant Tbeobject i t H 'nk i toget well
und however preciou- mpattay may be it
neveret cured a turn U afflicted woman
While the yinpath c t your milliner or
dressmaker might be appreciated and be
just as beneficial if net mote so than sym-
pathy from a strant-er vet it can not effect
your cute if ou are n ailing woman
It is loutHyproclaitiK d tlirouHh the press
that "a woman ca:i !ct undemtatid a
woman's atltnente'' -md o this ground Bick
women are Invited to ' wnte to a woman '
and pet the benefit i f a woman's advice
The sort of "understanding of her ailments '
wanted by a sick woman i a trained medi
cal understanding If a woman has thin
trained medical kno ledgr he understand1)
woman's ailments m I a a woman but as a
phynctan If she i not a doctor she cannot
understand the ailments at all and cannot
treat them successfully because she lacks
the necessary training
As far as known there is no regularly
qualified woman pbician connected with
any proprietary medicine especially de-
signed for women no one therefore quali-
fied by learning and experience to advise
on questions of disease and its cure
It is certain that there is no one man or
woman connected with any "put-up
medicine for women excepting only Dr
Pierce's Favorite Prrcnp on who like
Dr Pierce is a regular graduated and quali-
fied physician and who has like him de-
voted more than thirty vears to the special
study and treatment of diieases of women
Por more than thirty years Dr R V
riercc a regularly graduated doctor has
been chief consulting physician of the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of
Buffalo. N. Y On his staff are nearly a
score of regularly graduated experiencedr
skilled physicians each of whom is a spec-
ialist in hU chosen c1ai of diseases fiv-
er) letter addrrssvd to Dr Pierce ns abot e
has Xrompt consc i -itiotii attention is re-
gaQcd a sacred 'y confidential and is an
i'vered tn a pla n envelope so your private
affair are kept safe from pmng eyes
Dr. Pierce's Remedies are for solo
at tho Eagle Drug Store.
Tho Utnu Lender
Farm Journal for the balance of 1890
and all of 1900 1901 190 nnd lflf'T
noarjy flve year' to every subscriber
who will pay one year In advance fo"
the Oklahoma Weekly Loador. No
better farm paper than tho Farm
Journal Tills oarer is only made to a
limited number -the flrat who come
T.e Grand Leader
Kurtz thu ijhiotographor has a beau-
tiful lino of photos In front of his
ft CMrhMt. t KnllLli llliuoi't Ilrmn4.
Origin. Baa Only fi nulnt.
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Ho.riln.. MFt tn. . UaEtrictare.. Frfo8yilngc
I'rnvf nts H Vuvate D13 U"i of elthcT Vx.
At vmevm.. er t t unr ajilrval for et.ou.
"I.JUoun;ijrl 'Ta utat'em Imll.t rtmeiiH."
Da HtSttV lirt. nn Jiroi J lio.
MAUVOOR MFC CO Lanoustor.O- 0. O.rt
jils Iuipotciiv. ' Ni 'l.tr.misMuns 1.1
d -.Libit! ail effects oi 61. 1
.iim c or txceas and Inu
hldotlbuihlcr. Urin tlu
pink glow to palechee . am
restores the fire of joutli
Hy nail 50c per box; O bot -
for $li.5); with 11 written truaran-U-o
to ctiro or refiiutl tins nioiu
NERVITA MEDICAL. CO.
Clinton . Jnckson Sts. CHICAGO ILL.
For sale by WALLACES A MULLKR
Druggists OuthrU. O T
r Jijl ? B-lG-imJJ'
aMumi.m.m..A..s.aL..m-iai.J..ai.mJLI. .jA -Wife.
-. "-S M.
EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS AT.
LEARN TO EARN YOUR OWN BREAD AND BUTTER
Prepare for future success by learning those branches essential to success and tl'os:
thathave a maiket value in the business world Tne Capital City B sinews College
has the very best business courae In the Southwest; au unexcell. d Shorthand and
Typewriting course: a high-grade Normal Penmanship and Pen Art couise and tlu
only thorough ad practical Commercial and Railway Teh graph course in the territo
ries. Young men and women whose earlv ed cation has bet n neglected should enter
with us and sec jre personal individual instruction which guarantees five times the
advancement to oe -ecured at other schools
Fall Term begins September- 6 1899 For further information call on or address us at
CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COLLI EGE
REAL F8TATE UENTALS ETC.
Notary Poblic and
TJIAN8FER COMf ANIES.
J B. FAIRFIELD
OPFICR AND YARDS:
B08 Weit Harrison Street.
. . . TELEPHONE. ?0J
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS
J)R. C. S. PETTY.
DISEASES Of EAJB. yOSC
AU calls to cosmtrr aaiwered promptly.
Olu and rljc' cor. Ukls-osaa -I
Friday Morning September 15
we will place on sale 3500 yards
of Loom End Remnants
Consisting of Colorod Piquet Orotonnos Montvilfc
Fancy Prints Herlln solid colore light and dark
Domcts Renfrew Madras Shirtings nnd many other
kinds too numerous lo inonllon. These goods nro
Loom flntlsand run from 1 yard to 10 yards ih cmh.
piece and ore worth from 6( to 15c per yard.
Come early as sale opens as 8.30 a. m.
Remnant Sales this is the choicest lot of
hove ever offered .
i 1 M nr
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA.
L J Biatt M. D Res. 503 E Noble.
W. P. Bakeb M. D.. Res. 410 E. Noble
JJIATT & BAKER
Offlce over Wheeler's Dug Store
Dr. Jas. Clark.
SPECIALTIES! Surgleal Operations and
Diseases ol Wo pen
Will ro anvwhere In the trrrlterv in con-
sultation or to perforin operations
lie E. Okla. Ave.
Quthrle O. T
Fbank Dali. A. O.0.Bikbeu
J)ALE & bIeRER
ANDERSON HniLidNO OKLAHOMA AVE
S. S. LAWJIENLE V A II HUSTON.
Lawrence & huston
ATTOBNEY8 AT LAW.
Prtotico In all the Courts.
OttM is cti-ell Buildlct' OUU Ave
Of all our
III Division St.
n Advertisement' In this co'nmn ?c p'r 1 e
racb Insertion No advertisement UUi gr
less than t& cents.
"Money to patent rood ideas may he tec.
uredhrout aid address THE PATENf 'a-
COItD Baltimore Md."
WANTED-To trade lBOacre farm In Liu
coin county for Guthrie property
WANTED 100 pounds of clean otton r 1 n
Apply to foreman of the Leader press ru t-
WANTED-1U0O Subscribers for tbe Okl
homa Leaderon year and the 1'arm J u-i
al. UTe years for 60c. Sample copies ou ap-
plication i.r . x.mvT iil.lii hn. in HnralE it r I il
Oklahoma Weekly Leader and Atlanta c u
stltutlon Qood pav to right party
WANTED-SEVERAL BRIGHT AND H.-N
est per nkorepresent usaMaiid. a
in thN -od clte counties Salary vv" a
year and eipenses. htraijtbt. oona-ldc ..o
more no less salary Position permannit
Our references any bank In any tn lis
mainly orace wors conauctra at n -ttH
Reference EncUse self addressed fctai.j d
enrtlope. The Dominion Company Diit
To Wnotn It-May Concern-
Notice is hereby given tbat F G Kr. s A.
Co nave this d.iyrlled th Ir petition i. - il
at retail spirituous vinous and malt ii4ui.rs
00 tne S Z H and S W H Sec. S3 atd n.
Twp. in R IE.. Login cojnty.Otlshoma and
that unless objection be filed on or be (me
the 15t day of .epttabcr. A. D.. 1899 said
pcuuoa wui im gri tea
Uokto County Clerk.
8y 8. T Gi.Mr.TT Deputy
utri-ou. ukrlii m
Tim itrttUtl tli
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