Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 63, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 14, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
Eqterdrt tn toe postomee at Ontario Okla.ac
second clan uiatl matter.
Official Paper of Oklahoma Territory
POULtnitttD 1Y THE LEADER PRINTING
V. 0. NIllhAOIC KrilUir and Jtnimcor "
Official Organ vf Oklahoma Democrac
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WEDNESDAY IM8BUUARY 14 1900.
In Utno tbo territorial board of
health will ootno off tho perch.
Bn.i Gkimbs' sympathy for federal
officeholders has apparently gone out
OK year of expansion in the Philip-
pines cost tho Unitod States the hnug
little! pin money of 8185.000000.
MoKinlky'b Philippine expansion
pollcyicomcs a little dear but then
thoro's the g'ory yon know.
Loud Rohkiits has a robust bit of
appetito to cater to. England is starv-
ing for news of a victory of some sort.
Doproii Buxton's efforts to cleanse
the 'territory of smallpox without! um-
igatiou savors strongly of canned
IN the rush and excitement of war
there is danger of the Hon Webster
Davis becoming con used with Rljhard
1 Wk are quite content to have our
littlo affair in tho Philippines run
along nn a side show to the big affair
in tbe Transvaal tent.
Tills country is fortunate in that it
had none of John BuII'b reasons for
becoming indignant over the conduct
of its wars.
Tjikhk Is not much of a temperance
lecture in the case of John L Sullivan.
When John was engaged in drinking
hard liquor ho had numerous friends
and plenty of money. Now he is drink-
ing 6eltzor water and figuring in the
Six hundjiei) dead American soldiorB
from the Philippines have arrived on
ono transport at San Francisco is all
thet dispatch said. Tho lives of thoee
bix' hundred American soldier to their
fanJDIuB their friends and their coun-
try! worn worth more than all the
Tagalos half-breeds nondescripts and
Mongolians in tho wboloof tho Asiatic
arctiipalcgo with all tho islands
Senatou TnunflTOif of Nebraska
otfero tho apology to the American
people for' appearing as counsel in tho
supreme court for tho Standard Oil
TruBt that bo will retire from tho
United States seuate at the expiration
of his term in 1001. When it is consid-
ered that the trust ByBtcm Is one of
tbe gravest questions now before con-
gress the solution of whlib may hinge
upqn Mr. Thurston's vote in the sen-
ate the action of that gentleman in
acoeptlng a retainer from this mon-
strous trust and leaving his seat in
tho senate to appear as ohlef counsel
for it before the Nebraska supreme
court is most reprehensible and it is
not at all surprising that ha feels
called upon to oiler some sort of an
Til OHM ANlt TAUtPJS.
Trusts are farmed to anriuh their
promoiura at tho exponbo of the peo-
ple. Tariffs are made to protest trust.
Destroy thuso protective tariffs and
trusts will be dustroyed aud the poo-
There have bean many suggestions
made for tho control of trust. Some
of them have merit others are uncon-
stitutional but a repeal of the tariffs
which make trusts profitable would
sot oqly be constitutional but effect
The' Republicans propose to forestall
the Pomocrats on the trust question
by advocating constitutional amend
tnentB. Thje Is simply a trick to te-
cur'elay ffcr rounv years to allow
the trusts an indeiluite lense of life.
As a matter of fact the Republican
Ilonf .o tor
ptJ liver and cor?
Hon etc They am in-
valnnlic to prevent a cold or break up a
fever. MIW gentle certain they are worthy
your confidence. Purely vegetable tliey
can be taken by children or delicate women.
Price. 26c. at aU medicine dealers or by mail
of C. J. Hooa A Co. Lowell Mase.
Hoods Pills are for salo at the Eagle
loaders den'ro to foster the trusts..
From those combine came tho oam-
paign fundi which eleeted MoKlnley
in 1W6. From them the Republicans
expect to eome the money with which
to carry on the MoKlnley eampuign of
If the Republicans are sincere in
there expressed desire to control the
trusts let them repeal tho protoetlva
tariffs which fostor and fatten the
They will do nothing of the kind.
They arn not sincere. Protection fa
vors trust. and the Republicans favor
protection. That is tbe situation in a
Article of Incorporation For Kewfoy's
Twentieth Century College.
The articles of incorporation for the
"Twentieth Century Physio-Medical
college" to bo established aud main-
tained at Guthrie Oklahoma Terri-
tory are still pending in the secre-
tary's office. Tho purpose for which
this corporation is formed is to estab-
lish an educational institution to prac-
tice and teach tho art of magnetic
healing osteopathy anatomy physi-
ology electro therapeutics hygiene
hydropathy hypnotism mental sci-
ence psychology ehroraopathy mao-
fiage Swedish movements obstetrics
diagnosis theory and practice of ma
teria medlca and medical jurisprud-
ence and using all tbe finer forces of
nature that may contribute to tbo re-
lief of suffering humanity. Also to
conduct a sanitarium and to confer de-
grees upon persons finishing courses
according to ruleB prescribed by a
bonrd of directors. Tho term for
which the corporation is to exist Is 25
years unless dissolved by mutual con-
seut of the stockholders according to
tbe provisions made by tbo statutes of
Oklahoma. Tho directors of the insti-
tution are II. Warner Newby and O.A.
Newby of Guthrie tnd N. P. Newby
ofTonkawa. The estimated value of
all goods and properties owned by tho
concern ia one thousand dollars. Tbe
capital stock is placed at S1000 divid-
into 200 Bbares at 85 each.
PKIt.JUKV CASK HKMANDK1).
DUtrlct United Stales Court or Appeals
KcvotHoa Oklahoma Supremo Court.
The well known perjury case of R.
a. Cox vs tho Unitod States has beon
passed upon by tho district 'court of
appeals of St. Louis. The U. S. attor-
ney has received notice that that
court has reversed the opinion of the
Oklahoma supreme court and remand-
ed it back to the district court of Lo-
gan county for rehearing.
In February 1800 R. S. Cox was
tried in the district court of Logan
county for perjury. He was found
guilty and sentenced to four years in
tho penitentiary. Tho case was ap-
pealed to the supreme court who sus-
tained the decision of tho lower court
an appeal was made to the Unitod
StatOB supremo court and referred to
tho district court of appeals for con
sldaration who have reoeutly passed
upon it. It is an important opinion
and the point involved in it Is "when
application (or a ch.Mico of venuo is
in ado in tho language of tho statute
no acts noed be stated." The ease
was tried on a chango of venue to
Judge Tarsaey's oourt.
Bert Higgs thVwcll driller died at
bis home at four o'ulook this morning
of pneumonia. The funeral will take
place at the Odd Fellows hall tomor-
row at t p. ni.
The paltoe today captured the two
tlunvtw who broke into the Welcome
rroeery Sunday night. One of them
Lou Christie has eoufw:cd the whole
H'.gul Swine book is just as valua-
ble for a man with one nog in a lltt e
sty us far a man with a hundred hogs
feeding on tbe sholtered bidu of a
barbed wir fouce. its chapter on
"Cholera" is aloue worth ten times
what the book costs. You ought to
bate it the Lender says so. Tbe
price is fifty cents free by mall; ad-
dress tbe publisher Wilmer Atkin-
son Co. Phl'ndelnhla.
Btumplf & a. nave uptiued a gru
oery. mea market and feed store ai
corner of Oklahoma and Kroad. New
tock and good service. Phone 44.
Call For lrec lloinoa Convention.
By request of the president of the
territorial free homes league a mass
convention of tbo citizens of Logan
county is hereby called to meet at the
Guthrie c ub rooms on Tuesday Fob.
13 1000 at eight o'clock p. m. for the
purpose of electing thirty-six dole
gates to rep csoi.t Logan county at
tbo annual convention of tho free
homes league of Oklahoma to bo hold
at El Reno on February 10. 1000.
O. R. Fkoan Pros. Outhrie Olub.
J. E. Rail Secretary.
Many women throughout the coun
try make pin money out of their
chickens. Wo hnvn known women
who havo clothed tho ontre family
with the proceeds of tbe poulry yard
and some have paid off mortgages and
others havo bought their homes by
intelligent management of their
Hooks. Everybody interested in
chickens should got Illggle's Poultry
Hook. It Is so full of helpful suggos
tlons and short cuts to success and
has so many years of costly experi-
ence boiled down for its pages that it
is poor economy to bo without it. It
will help incrouse tho incomo from
tho poultry yard and has started
many an amotcur or misguided pro-
fessional on the right truck. The
p&ica ts 50 cents free by mull; addroBs
the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co.
TTot Worth Mentioning.
A clergyman says that ho whb one
day called down into his study to per-
form tho marriuge ceremony for a
.ouple In middle life.
"Have you ever boon married be-
fore?" usked the clergyman of the
"Havo you?" to the bride.
"Woll yos I havo" replied the bride
laconically; "but it was twenty years
ago and he fell off a burn aud killed
hisself when we'd been married only
a woek so ltt really ain't worth men-t!oning."--TU-Blts.
"WhAh Is Mistah Clialkeye?" in-
quired MIbs Miami Brown.
"Whah Is he?" repented Mr. Erastus
"Yes. He said ho wah gwineteer
"Well you sees do troof is dat he's
laid up. He wall kyahless 'bout hU
"No. I had a razor out an' Inquired
if anybody wanted to light and he said
'yes.' "Washington Star.
She Whatcher mean by coram
homo every night drunk?
He Well (hie) ish dlsser way. You
am so lubly (hlo) dat I wants ter see
you (hio) double.
The Ilward of Labor.
"Bill have you out tbe firewood?"
"An' fed tbe mulea?"
"An' milked the cows?"
"All milked sir."
"An1 ground the corn7"
"Jest through air."
"An" banked tbo tators?"
"Last one sir."
"Well you're a good tin.
tho dogs and you can go and tree a
posfium for yer support"
1IU Nose for Nowi.
"Henry." whlBperad tho maiden In
some embarrasBinont as they otood in
tho hallway whero tho young and
handsome reporter was preparing to
say good night "it's dreadful of me
I know but I've been oating onions."
"Great Seott. Fannie" be oxolaimod.
"You don't think that'B u scoop on mo
do you? I knew that as soon as J
came in." Chicago Tribune.
He Wnuted Llvluc.
The. applicant for a position had ex-
pressed a wllllngnoBB to do anything.
"Suppose i should ask you to go out
and ftlck a pocket" said tho business
Vh that's ill right" was the Inno.
.enjt reply "Pta willing to dt anything
frtiTntittR nn irnoc 11vlr''' lotrf.lr
to ..make an honest llvlcg?
77 . '
TWO SENATORS' TESTIMONY.
Tell What They Know of
HON. EDWAUD DWYElt.
Senator 17th District Chicago 111.
Hon. Edward Dwyor Stato Senator
Seventeenth Senatorial District Chi
eago 111. writes : Pe-ru-na cures when
all other romudiee fall. I can heartily
recommend Pe-ru-na as a oatarrh roin-
edy. It has been two yoaru slnco X was
cured and I cousldor my cure perma-
nent. I took tho remedy for twomonthB
and am now ontlroly curod. I applied
to fiovoral doctors but they were not
able to cure me. I tried many remedies
"My catarrh was located ehlolly in
the hood. I was atllictod with catarrh
for seven years."
Pe-ru-na cures catarrh whorover lo-
cated. Who is it that says Pe-ru-na will
cure catarrh wherever located? Doctors
Bay it lawyers say it proachors say it a
vast army of men and womon say It who
have tried It. The old and the young
say it. They say it iu tho cast in the
west they bay It in the north and the
FOE WOMEN AND HOKE
ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS
Plok Mouftlallno Do Solo lloillco A
Unique Evening Gown -Hot Water
Remedies Uiefnl Household Hint -Our
The Way of Mntileu Fair.
They look the new moon In the face
"Now make a wish" said she
"1 will if you will make one too"
He answered pensively.
They gazed up at the crencent that
Hung- in the western nky
And wlishid and turned a-vay and aeh
' Broke off a little sigh.
They sat alone upon thn steps
He and tho maiden fair;
She looked around to be assured
No ono was lurking there.
"What was your wish?" she sweetly
"Ah. Bomethlnfir good. I know;
Confer and I wilt tell you mine
Perhaps before you go."
He looked Into her upturned eyea
Her little hand sought hie.
"My wish tonight" he said "was what
My fond wish always l:
I wish that I somehow might find
The road that leads to fame-
That dying I may leave behind
A great an honorod name."
She pull'd hor little hnml away
Btie sighed another .sigh.
"What fools they are who wish" she
"Good evening and good-bye!"
And going home he wonderttd at
The suddon ohnnge of air
Bomo people know so little of
The ways of maidens fulr.
-S. IB. Klser.
Hot Witter Reiui dies.
Buffalo Evening News: Hot water is
bo simple a remedy and so easily ob-
tained that its value is not half ap-
preciated. It Is one of the best re-
storers of nervous energy it rests the
weary and it relieves pain not only as
an outward application but as a rem-
edy to be taken internully. A Budden
and wear Ins attack of coughing often
needs itnmediate attention especially
in consumptives and those obronlcally
ill. In an emergency that ever useful
romedy will often prove effective. It
is much better than the ordinary cough
mixtures which disorder the digestion
and spoil the appetite. Water almost
boiling should be sipped when tho
paroxysms como on. A cough result-
ing from irritation Is relieved by hot
water through tho promotion of secre-
tion which moistens the irritated sur-
faces. For the trying dry cough hot
water is also oxcellent. as it promotes
oxpoctoratlon and brings relief. Whon
one lias a suddon attack of indlgoatlon
it Is a good plan to take a cup of hot
wator as noarly boiling as it can bo
borne. Porsons suffering from dyspop-
sla will And a rolief by drinking a cup
of hot wator on rising In the morning.
When ono comes home at night
after a futlguing day nothing la
more restful than bathing the
head and back of the neck with a .owol
wrung out of water as hot as can be
borne. It soothes tho norvcs and rests
body nnd brain. The samo treatment
rolleves n nervous headache ai nothing
else does. When one 1 oyorhoated and
there la a rush of blood to tbe head a
hot towel applied to the face and head
is a great relief. In the heat of sum
mer this earn" hot towel refreshes and
cools the skin aud gives it a fseUn
of lightness and comfort that cold wa-
ter never gives.
Catarrh and Pe-ru-na.
Hon. Porter Johnson who has served
four years as State Senator from tho
Fourth District in tho oity of Chicago
111. nud who also is tho first Democratic
Senator over olooted from that district
wrltos: "lean hoartlly recommend Pe-ru-na
as a catarrh euro. It cures when
all other remedies fall. I applied to
several doctors but they wero not able
to euro me.
HON. POUTER JOnNSON.
Senator ilh District City of Chicago 111.
UX took tho remedy for fifteen weoks
and am now entirely cured. It lias beon
a yoar and a half slnco I was cured and
I consider my euro durable. I was
afflicted with tho catarrh for five years.
My catarrh was chiefly located in tho
Send to Tho Pe-ru-na Mediclno Com-
pany Columbus O. for Dr. Uartman's
latest free book on chronic catarrh la
TROUBLE WITH THE TIBER.
It Ts Due to Ill-Calculated Engineering
Owing to Ill-calculated engineering
operations by which the northern
branch of tho river by the Tiber island
was deepened a few years ago the
southern branch which eklrts the form-
er Ghetto haa dried up into a heavy
bank of muddy sand and this is its
normal state making (It will be under-
stood) tbe Island of St Bartolomraeo
a? ridlculoua as a swan on land says
the London Qlobo. The absurd aspect
of it is tho more accentuated because
the Ponte Fabrlclo or Quatro-capi
which unites the Island to the south-
ern bank happens to b both the 'old-
est and best preserved bridge in H'otne
dating from 02 B. C and being com-
posed of two bold aide arches and a
small central flood arch. On rare oc-
casions however after heavy down-
falls tho river rising in its wratb suc-
ceeds in reasserting its ancient do-
minion and wo see the beautiful bridge
built by FabrlcU3 spanning the waters
Bent down from Monte Pattino and
Ansciano. Such a rise has taken place
during the last three days in conse-
quence of which the forum 1b inun-
datod by means of the cloaca maxima
whilo tbe foaming yellow flood has
reached a hedeht of but three feet be-
low tne little Franciscan uuiuon u-
Ionging t- tho church of St. Bartolom-
raeo. The ancient confessional below
that basilica dating from about the
seventh century. Is entirely filled. In
fact tho waters have risen about forty
feet and If rain Bhould continue to
fall wo may witness the Tiber invading
the Corso and Pinzza d'Espagna. Hap-
pily a change seems to be setting in.
It was quite a fascinating sight to Bee
the main or northern ood racing be-
neath the Cestlan bridge like a suc-
cession of maelstroms almost glddylng
to behold. As usual a crowd of people
amused themselves by watching tho
operations of those who on such occa-
sions fish for driftwood
llrsiti with Ton whether yon eoatlaa to
rtmOTfll Ul dflllra fn. Inh.AMi mI.k J
tine purlOM tba blood re JrfTJ fl k IV fflPfTM
torn ion mannooa -rfT V ' V SSGyi t.Z'Z
? -rfSTfl I SMTT'0Urwn drujMfUt wno
-iii .i.i 'orq' Take 11 wltn
t)OZ. SI. Illtlalt mip.. a -..a A
a...? m "" wcu. or wo refund money.
Surll.r BttMd; C. UJt.r. mnutti iw irt
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A Great Scotsman of Today.
Sir Noel Paton hor majesty's llra-
nor for Scotland sinco 16GS completed
his sovontytolghth year rocently. In
1843 Sir Noel was admitted a student at
tho Iloyal academy and in 1850 he be-
camo an academician of the Royal
Scottish acadomy. Sir Noel Paton is
a poet as well as a painter. Almost
forty years ago he issued a book of
vorse ontltled "Poems of a Painter.''
and In 1867 tho year ho was knighted
hia second volume of poema wna is-
sued under the title "Spendthrift." In
his house Iu Georgo square Ed.nburgb
not far from tho building in which Sir
Walter Scott first opened his eyes Sir
Noel Paton who enjoys good health
has ono of tho finest collections ot
arms and armor of any private owner
In the country.
Mow Arm Tor SUAaoj V
JDr IlOtiU' BparutBS PllU curs all kldnr I1U. Bam.
pie free Add. Siorke RBdr Co. CZUeQ or H. X
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