Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1900 Page: 4 of 6
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THE LEADER GUTHRRIE OKLAHOMA.
v MIbh Morrison Froo
ChattonoogH. Tftnn. Jan. 10. The
trlol of JuUit Morrison Jamas for the
murder of P'ank Lcldenhftlmar. on
the night of September 'it onded at 1
o'clock thin afitcrnoon whsn after ore
ballot tho jury roturned a vsrdlet of
(Miss Morrison upon hearing 'the
words whloh Insured iter freedom ad-
vanced to lli Mpoaker'a pkufnrm and
roada a most dramatic pflch to the
ourt nnd Uiry. She said:
"I WlsTi to thank you and the irnti-.
tnon df -the Jury and all whflfctt'ere In-
strumental In my acquittal for your
just and Kenroun decision. May God
In His inercy 1h ever Just to you and
yours n you have leti to mi .today.
!As for xhf pronitlon I wish to Bay
that I fully forglw thm and ntar no
mallo toward thm for their strenuous
vnTurto for o c-mvirtlon.
"Ah to my persecutor" she said
turning toward Mm. Oeorgr J. Antz
the ltr f tli murdered actor who
was overcome with amotion and auf-
f uned In tars "I Vrvp them to their
conscience nnl their Clod . To th
poor bereaved sinter I B-y that Ood
know tit .1 1 were It ltu.my power tr
restore her brother T .vnuld certainly
When Mi.-w M i " n ii'xi finished her
leeh. hlcii -tii- ri ''de-ed In a flra-
tnatlo stylo Ai. nifv fJfiiTil PomM-
fon made n limn'l thit "he he held
for carrying . i ! end th cae wa
held hut no Imll or h"tt formal eoti't
recognition wax occnler! the tetlon.
The veJirl wa wildly encored ly
the Mpectatorn in the court room and by ja guaranteed purely vegetable and
iiunnrcuH numid mis Morrison Will
remain In Chattanooga for several
-week after whloh he y'lll beg-In a lec-
ture tour her subject ielng "The oth-
er sldo of the Stage." In which she will
point out the dangers tliat confront the
younjr Rlrls who follow the stage as a
But One Cure
Scrofula ia onq of tho moat obstinate
doop-Boatod blood disoasou and ia bo-
yond tho roach of tho tnny so-called
puriilera and tonics. S. S. 8. is equal to
any blood troublo and novor fails to
euro Scrofula bocauso it goes down
to tho seat or tho dlsoaao thus per-
manently eliminating overy trace of
Mr. II. E. Thompson of Millodgo-
villo Ga. writes:
"A bad tom of Scrofula broke oat oa '
glands o( zny nock
whloh had to be lancod
aad oauged me tnuoh
uHorlnft. I was
treated for a long
while but tho physi-
cians wero unnblo to
oura me and my con-
dition was m tad ns
when I began their
treatment. Many blood
without efleot Some
one reeommendod 8.8.
S. and I began to Im-
prove as soon as I
had taken a few bot-
tles. Continuing the
remedy I was soon
nnd linvt nevir had a
sign of the disease to return."
By relying upon 8. S. S. and not ex-
perimenting with tho various so-called
tonics otCy all sufTorers from blood
troubles can Ivs promptly cured in-
stead of enduring years of BulIoJng
which gradually but surely undermines
Woliinirton X. C Jan. 10. (Spec al.)
Tho application of the Stato Bank of
Metropolis. 111.. Ho convert to the National
3uUe Bank of Metropolis wth a capital
of 150000 Jion been approved.
Tho following 'Kinks have ffone Into voluntary-
liquidation by resolution of their
Htookholdont: The Puree!! National of
rurotfll I. n; tluj tlflrs National ;of
nattoiud banks are announced: Texas
The Plrwt Niutlflimi. of Oran J. O. Sims.
Jr. uhUuiL ashler in place of II. B.
Curry; tho lownlon. Bl lnsjo H. I New-
mmn. Vice preublcnt. V. II. Webb aasist-
WiwhljUftoii.-'Jian- 10. tip to the close of
ofXioo hours the answer uf the British
Kovernment tiMr. .noate' reprienta-
lions it' to the nelsura of iVinerican Hour
and othor KwW Ivad int been received at
4he tW deparyheat. Nor Iws Mr. Choae
yet indtcatieil fvhen an answer may in
oxpQcted and the Htw deportment b-
Jnir lt Juibrinovt on the. fact tha tt Is
at ill at tlw antbaiMMidor's request collect-
liur am tnuisnilttrnK -to him Information
relative to ths' character of the gooflu
noeded for the-1full representation of the
catK. Hooreely'' oxpocts n lmmdlaite
unawwr. It would of course be rati-
lled it an oarly responH hut the feeling
1 that unyUilutr returned tills moment
muni te a postal answuri or rather aJ
oonmunloatlonUiat ! culOttbueA to uirovs
the matter Intp. the argumentatWe stage.
naver fails to euro Scrofuln Eczemr
Oancer llhoumatism Contagious
Blood Poison Boils Tottor Pimplos
Bores Ulcers etc.
Books mailed free to any address by
Bwift Specific Go. Atlanta Ga.
S. S. S. is for sale at the Haglc Drug
The hoarkig' of the accumd on the
ay ordor for tickets to the drawing
purposes will take place Saturday be-
fore United Stattes Commissioner Bunker.
I The Mid-Winter Term j
jj OF THE-
Begins Tuesday January 2 1900 &
ind readers we solicit your enrollment for the coming session and further be 5V
lleve that whett onct witli us you will be delighted with the school its faculties and l1
the opportuaities oiTsxad by it Write or call for particulars. ' pf
CO. B. G. Oor. Cleveland and Division
am. ri'i mam on Hi.ru cotton.
l'nruliusu the l'oisun.
TltfollowliH7 ciMuwea U U10 Qftlom ofl .. "1 ' 7 r.
laml B. MoUiteux the most important
witness today was Miss Kmma 13. CNlller
a clerk In IIartdKn's xtore Newark K.
J. She tee titled that on ' Dtcnbp SI.
1398 she sold a Silver iotti .lioldtb
a man. She ldeUtld the holder sent to
Cornish which contMlned a bottle of pol
New York Jan. 10. B. B. OdU chaVr-
mMj of taa renubtlcsn sf:te committee
Klaritflr t J daj' hat he Jllrtoa boxing
law must be repealed at once.
"Have you become convinced that these
son as the one she sokl on DoemJb.r 2 Iso-called boxing bouts are brutal?"
The dltvot examlnaition of Miss Mjllsr
was b net as she man turned over to ilr.
Mr. Weeks at onoe put tlte wrluiees and
the defendant face to face asking: "Mini
Miller did Air. tMollneux buy that silver
Molineux stood up and the witnege
looked at hm Intently for a moment
hen she replied: "No sir he did not (buy
bottle Itolder of your
"Are yoo sure?"
"Positive." answered the witness firmly.
On re-dlrect examination (Miss Miller
described her previous meeting wjth Mol-
ineux when she pronounced him not the
purchaser of the bottle holder. She said
Uht nh knew that when Molineux
name with Mr. Weeks to see her that
if she Identified him as the man who had
fiurrheeed the sliver holder a proouUm
aKnat molineux would (follow. When
thy called they first saw Mr. ISartkle-
Dwiver Jan. 10. -A spsf lat to the He
10lnm from hill lit a Vm. r. l WJr.J
Postofiliai I nape 'tor C. u. uornn wvkwmen e same to uer ami told her that
In tho city uflay Jooklnsr un an alle
kh fraud uloni lottery schwne suia
havo heon opemteid under th guise of
charity which resulted in the arreat
of J. T. TleUlx"H. a lirge p:opertyJ
ownorof 10o(t iLas Vegas nnd Michael
O. Si)jlvui Of the same city etlltor. oX
tho llumanltorlum of whloh 10.000 cop-
ies lurtl been fllstnbitted to aid the lot-
Teltlebaum . II Kdg-ir Pradner. j
and JoDh ff.ir.di had organised aj
"tnpapy laaf Ootolwr to build a home
mt a Vegna for Indigent consumptive.
They lnaerte- advertisements In many
paipeiii of rawing at which J100.000
worth of real eshate and othw valu-
nblea were U' be glvn away. The
lraw1ng. a-corllng 'to Mr. Doran. nev-
r tohk plaH. although the mall of
tht promoteni un nwsimped with man-1 HjVOIWyer.
clinrgo of u In; ih m n'a for fraudu'ent j hoitor of
Inieux was comdng. Then Weeks came
dM5e to her ami "told her that he
Recorder Golf asked the witness a few
questions. He said:
"Do you mean to say that yon could
not under possibility identify the pur-
chaser of the sot tie holder?"
"I don't think I could."
"Would you be ale to' laentlfjrhjm If
ou s.w him nowT . -v
" rouM net."
Two more bank tellers lndentlfled th
C'ornNh nnd narnett letters and the poi-
son pu'kiiKo address as belug in the same
handwrltlnM; a the exhibit which Mtol-
Ineux admits havjng written.
Amount NeriiMsrjr t Mi(i tlie 800
LanKtton O'-la. 1-0-1900.
Editor Loader In rcj'T to ln8 ln-
quay of Mr. H. Davis respecting- tho
nitount of seed cotton necessiuy to
make a 500 pound bale of lint you
may say the amount varies.
The kind of cotton seawn and the
tho coudition whon picked are factors
to bo considered. A good variety un-
der favorable conditions will "third
itself" as it ia termed. Iu 1395 1
tested a variety known as "five lock"
cotton and 1000 pounds jfln weight
made 500 pounds of lint and 1025
pounds of seed- Cotton raisers usually
count 100 pounds to the bale loss in
dirt etc. I got tho seed from Gaines-
ville Texas iu 1893. I have now what
is known as King's Improved cotton
introduced by Mr. King of North Car-
olina and fully tested by tho govern-
ment experiment stations in tho south.
This cotton last season made 500 lbs of
lint to 1600 lbs of seed cotton field
veight; that is it wa weighed in the
sacks as picked I did not weigh tho
seed. I have no seed to sell.
F. S3. Pulliam.
'Bnrtal. no. They are fakes. That is
why I think -tha Horton law should bo
repealed. The fights are fixed hoforehand
and ine spectators are humbuggftd. Take
for Instance the AIcOovern-Dixon fight
at the Broadway athlottc ctub hist night.
I never eaw snioh a faroe. There was not
a stage of itho game when the nepro could
not have gone ln and finished hie mart.
When 1 left tho dub I was sotlsded that
Hhe Horton law shpuM.' ba repealed Im
Washlngoti. Jan. 10. The senate 00m-
mftte4 on privileges and elections Jts"
only one seeelon of the Clark "senatorial
election ca oday. air. Whltastde was
th only wl tenses.
When the committee adj umed at noon
Mr. poraker announced that he had Jor
the preeentooneluded the conw-examina-tlon
of Mr. Whltesldo but that he would
ak for his reoa later In order to pro-
pound ertm question whleh he w not
yet ready to put end upon ' wmen n
would undertake to impeach his fl
Atr numnhall. reresentlng the an-
aark petltloneja ajsp al4 m h
W'tMi to ask a few more fltfe&iohs Xm
re-dlreot examination and. on this i unt
It is expects Mr. wlOejstdsi.w be qhi
the stand when the hearing uu
Tiiitara children op one fam
Bayavllle. Ont.. Jan. lO.-Whlle skaft-
lng op the lake TUomaa Urown aged
19 years Maajaret Brown 31 and Jane
Brown 17 ohlldren of Thoma Brown
ran Into an opening In the le near
Black Poljit and were jl drownca.
r.intijiniiimin mBLfmuMi iiiiimniiiiiir.
.w5Sr IB&& MfJifl
.nVK tSP" i-Biia TO
For Nerve Strength and Blood Health.
THE VI008 OF THE D00V IS IN STROM NERVBS.
THE LIFE OP THH BOOY JS1N PURB BLOOD.
VI(oretnra powerful nnrre brain ami blood
food. Tlier toed the brain build up repair And
strengthen wkkI wrn ttinl vlrl iiarrtM parity
and nrteh ibo blicn! and (tend It bounding Uiroimfi
every vein snd erter. mnito every organ to net
and cause you u tliiKlo with new life.
rtv sou wtak nervrt or impur bVmll lo ym Mflt tnrrijy ambition or ffeflrj It your memory
rrt you entuUpaledl Art ymr Um. Own 'ifef Are yyu a ntan and ytt not a man but sufftr-
nijfrnn varicocele iirothrr rf ft ' eariuiniHrrrli"tu.(ncTUtrkivttrryorrihrrtxeettt1 Are V"f
ivuHuin ind 'titletnl with any nf flu tUtraft yecviiar ' vnr trr.or hurt you any 0 tht tumptotnt
mrnttonfti aftt-J Tlnn taUr vioj;tn nna you win j;pt well.
I'rrp trntiupiit M-zit irrialil tiy iiiniil. Do not dolay but ordor now.
XUCri.Zj'VDOXC JVtlTG. GO. ZXoac BlOO LanoaHtor OMo
t. m ..TWHTrai iMliim..i.i.n rri
Rftilroad Timo TableR.
A. T. & S. F.
SOUTH EAST AND WEST.
0:00 pm I 0:43 am
0:50 am 10:00 pm
SOUTH SOUTHEAST AND WEST.
Arrive Leavs At rive I Arrive
No Guthrie Outhrie FtWorth ' Oalves'n
407 ie:20 pm I I2:a0 pm :35 pm I B:05am
405 10:45 pm ! 10:45 pm 8:05 am 9.35 pm
4jO I 5 40 am Local Freight.
A. J. CORKINS Agent.
10 1.899. r; I
St. Louis and San Francisco R. R.
Tho direct through car routo to points
in southwest Missouri southern Kau-
sas Arkansas Indian Territory and
The most direct routo to St. Louis
and the east. Kansas City and the
northwest. Double daily vcstibuled
trains. Free reclining chair cars; ob-
servation and drawing room sleepers;
Hcxvry dining balls. Ask the nearest
ticket agent of the Frisco line for full
particulars or walte ft. F Dunk
Dist. Pass. Agent Wichita Kas.
Bxtr.Au Snydkii Q. P. A.. St. Louis.
ItKAE KSTATE ltKNTALS KTO.
'Tralria tfllf arrl& afitl d
principal stations at the 101
York. Jan. Iu -Preklont H. O.
luinual report to th stock
holder of the American sus;ar rafltvlns:
(ompany at their annuaa tnt'n '
Jersi-y City today foreoat th reduction
of the next itMd?ml deMarat(on ftr-
ward decided upon.
Mr. Huvemyr .:! -)w n st
ilnni of tht surar r and no nigns of
uch t. lament. nir hit ituti- ever ben
mini's th waif bgan by 'h. niptn4ita.
A tmm tvnrm olirlitocn foot lone at Th recat advance in tvrtnM xuiitra was
least enuiK n tlio eoouo after tnjr tuklnu two 1 . .i.iw-thAr due to a -li.ir'aa of th
ujuiuiuu.-! iiia.Hi'i.Mi. . ".--- )
hail bnnltli Jai- Mir. n.int thrna vaarS I am Blill
taUliig Cascarcts. the only cathartic worthy o(
ttotloo by ooBsli'lP pooplo " . . ...
UEi. W Hi'WLBS Dotrd. Ml.
Many an innocent Uttlo darling la
suffering untold agon Knd gannotex
plain its troubles M irk your cuUd s
8vmot'nis you may find It troublod
VBRMIFUGB anl roatoro toqulotness
vdhoaltli- 1M 35 u-M. Sold by
t 11. Mill A Co. and Whaelor & Son.
m n . Ci "' t "'
11 IS ... Lv Memphis Ar... 6 10
I Forsst City Lv .. 4 7
ft 01 Ilrinklsy . ...4.. 3 ftS
ft 4 Da Valls Bluff ... ft 4
W Hawm m.. ar
ft lft Carlisle . .. .. ft W
S M Lonoke I.. I 41
181- -Uttla Keck ...) g
6 oT ParrrvlilB .. .z
T 31 Oasa K.
7 W Ola ... 9 01
8 ft. Danvllla .. 8 ft
ft Sft .... Magazine
M mJr CATHARTIC
Vour fortune correct and complete
readtugby mail. Statu data of birth
oolorof balr and eyes m&rrlod or
slntflo. Snd H cents. Everything
'trlctbr unfldiiUaK Atiaross atauaiiia
la A. Li uuo 00.x T-
lyoutelana cnp but to n .ul mc In
. .wlu.". n7va.w-vV -owinini I- RQoln
.liri'O .r to ttl!nt porttorP of the ltV
Jl0.oooCi0O bonds afatam a mcrta oa ' ; . ..
proty of h oampaw wh th- com. . . Coi.....lu Nev-mW .
Lns a. r.nid. All the t..nd ar ! Observation sleepers dally berweenbt.
uov. In the treajiury f the romi.iny.
PlOAMint. I'ulaUliltv I'oneut Tit O00J
OOOd. Miyer Blekon WiAuuu urUiUo. 0 XH.t&i.
... OURtI CONSTIPATION ...
twHM ntmit Cwrui (! l"Mtr trk. 3D
frVYfl W1 Sold and Hyrntodbr all dratr
10y U SftW sliu V) CVUh Tvtao4iablt.
KhoUIur'm A nla $1
Has world wide fame for mirvelo is
euros ft surpps'C any nthor 6(itv
lptlon ointment or balm (or cut eorm
bums bolU. sores iytans uJy- t
tar. salt rheum fever sorer" obanrpj
haudu skin runtmn:' InfaUlba fir
1 ..l. .. ..- io. Anlnnu. aauiuir nu-
ohar unrivaled faatura to souihwoat
travel via th 'IMseo Mn
Persons who lead u r r exposure
are subject to rhcutnatlsui. .isuralga
and lumbstto. will Ond a valuable
m Unt ISWSlir lutBli nalna and sub-
rtn'JT rtilJJtimftfclnn. Prfco 3d and 60
V.WVI ..-;-.. .... .
S. T. L. A S. V. Qrou'E
10 w Hartford M
11 90 flows B0i
K C. P. C. craving
lft QO j "MIST 4
iwn S. T. L. A S. 7f. Crosa't
1 40. nartsnariie.. ...... 8 44
j. Sooiii McAlantsr j ijj
M. K. & T. Crossing am
t ill Tecuinseh 10 M
5 30 Shawnae .. .. 10 40
7 10. ...Oklahoma City .. ft 0T
- A.T. &S. I'. Cross's
8 8T Bl lleao . . . 8 IS
0. It I. & P. Crossing
8 41 Prt Itsno 7 16
10 le Ar Weathertord Lv 0 IB
Notary Public and
PHYSICIANS St SUKGUONS
J)R C. S. PETTY.
DISEASES OP EAR.INDSE
All calls to country answercjl promptly.
Otuce and roHldencc' cor. Oklahoma and
First streets Qutnrle Phone 115.
L J. riLVTT M. D. Res.. 505 E. Noble.
W. P. Baksi: M. JD.. ficx 410 E. Noble.
JJIATT & BAKER
Ofllce cpp.i Wheeler's Drug Store.
Dr. Jas. Clark.
SPECIALTIJJSi SHrgtaal Qnsrattoas and
DiHsasas or Woman.
Will go anvwhars In tb trrrttorv In con-
sultation or to jttrroro opsrattoas
HOW. Okla. Ave.
Guthrie 0. T
CTnS5lTP J OHra gutfcaced. Only Wc at! unts. "SoldiP. B. WUlo A Co and.
1 0 R. Renfro a drug utore
I Wheeler & Sou.
Wide vestlbnled Rcclinlug Chair
oars. Seats free. Modern day ooagh.
es. Pullman Slocpora. Oall oq near-
est ticket agont for full particulars
relative to through connsatlon castor
weat or address
0. 11. Uart General western agent
J. F. iiolden Traffic Manager Little
Ilenry.Yi)o.doH)ral Manager Lit-
tle Rock Ark.
-QALE & BIERER
W "' leniiet ia mi niw mm
S. S. LA5NCB. A. U HUSTON
Lawrence & huston
ATTORNEYS AT LAW '
Practice in all the Courts
Owes In S.'hnoll Building OklaT Ayo
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