Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 75, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 28, 1900 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRRTJJ OtCLAHOMA.
0 W Ooftth Lint.
WlASlFTNCJ'l'OM FJ3B. 27. Tim nvar
flopartment received today from (3ciu
Otfa tho following: J'-swt of deaths that
tmvo occurred among- our military
rorce ri the Philippines.
DcftlluS-AtxUdontftL fliov. 7 WlflSataa
E. Brace H. 34fh 4nfanttry expfoffipn
of mm cotton; uuiWde Feb. 23 George
John C.Huam..C. 23d UnfauXryj 3eo.
33 ftramrin Hoscr. I. 3Mh Infantry;
3Uo Ban Juan vartota 23d Ernest "V7.
SchoonmaJcer. 133 fourth cavalry; 23d.
3Uroy Watklnw corporal.F. 2th infan-
try; Jait. C6 henry W. Cmioh C. 23d
Infantry; Feb. 19. lafthpr M. Otauaa
I 32d infantry: Jan. 13. Frank (M.
Iattoday F. 84i tnfariur: 22d IE. I
Dentin corpora. -O. 1W Infantry;
2lRt Walter Hamphfll I. 31at In-
alrfry: ' fitli. lonMfl F Walker
corporal ig ath Infantry: fvor and
Minl4iin. Fob. lRlh. Warrne Coyle I
Sourlh cavalry; 7u Edwin 9. tLarkin
tlyalt IC 41t Infantry; Btfli (Richard
IlJchardB E 3h lnfarttry; typh'old
Jan. 161h. Fred ArmffcrAnr K 2Gth In-
tantry; Feb. ICth Charles F. 'Fair F
Tourth lnrantcy; 2d George B. Wil-
liams II: SI8d.Elmer. Fi Price F. fourth
"aa.Vn.lry; lOtti John 6. M v. t. ninth
Inlantry 31 John W Pay.ia E. Stth
linfantry". dysontcry. Feb. 7tilu Henry
J. MaDole. D 18th Infantry: 15th. Wfl-
SOtlh -vnlftun F. Spllkor foorgeant B
3lth lnfanltry; Clarence A. Thompson.
XT 3ltih Infantry; pneumonia. ICtli
Stephen IlhJl ebnral. D. 9th infan-
try; 20th Everdlt I. Corr. Q. 43d in-
fantry: mphrFtte Jan. 26Vh- John
IxiefTlor. F. 3(1 cavalry; Fob. 15th
Xowto W. Ullte. I 83d infantry: nppen-
tilolta Fab. 7th Fred M. Diulley. L.
loth nfantry; eptcmfa 19th. Rennpy
Humphries A 30th infantry; 32d.
fclldhonl T. Frank O 84 Infantry;
Tubola Jam 1 Fred D. Day. G 34th
fnrantry; orcanto heart d8io. Feb.
3d Heruy "Bacon H. 24th infantry-
W. nayden XI 34th Infantry.
Vlynn anil U?k Kill
"WASlHINOTOiN. FEB. 27. A numoer i f
tenons: demoarata huve exprosatl them
servos as (favorlnp tho paBadge of th free
$iam. Wll Inasmuch ns It greatly eltects
Jiq intereMtH of the party in the srjulh-
Senator abnntin has as much a agreaJ
to Humxrt the meoauro for that rocison
jlcvi with tlio fact tliat ho ha been
Jrcpeatcdly Hollcltt! 0)y laiuling democrats
oK the oouthiwTHt and w)m to regard tho
mt.uire arsono of meriit
Itcnry SjiilnKin of iarngnsber. Is hor
worklntf lnl tor the pawmige of the bill.
Slw hag a number of porsonal fr.enda
In conKTesiiCHl It np;earj that lie has
Won 9uccet9fufl tn llcitlng support from
scvorill (11 wmj -Unlay In company with
JTohii 1U Mjlxxui alitor of the Clncinn.it!
JSnqiuiror -v'Sitli Whom bo eallel on Senator
Gonwan ana others' Mr McLwui exproH""-
cd h kneel f V" fiHis that the niimwi"-o
sva of much Imporxnncu to the democrats
ttnfl faviprinff ft for Jnterests of th-j
Southwt ifeniocmcy 8taUiuj that ho Lo-
ilovUd no jwvxtlim of tho union had a mor
3ust chUm on die democrats 4ni cQngnva1'
itrom the fact tlwut tlio tartiea. gtraniftU
nntl over had a etroiu? ally from 'hi one
DeflofSMe Flynn Is buay with the bill
ind seems Ho bo roetlnfr easy as to th"
Jndfiio (McAteo in hard at work with a
mmbcr of his o'd friends whom It soemtt
he has 'been succePAful in allnnlng: on hla
aide nnd wlu ore asu'etlnK him In reaoh
Jnjj.motnbern of oongreas to present his
Tplca on beluUf of free homes.
Charley Curt tho Kansaa congress
man la Mitpporting: tho measure verj'
ftftronRly nitlioueh ho soyn will not coa-
.ent to a goni-ral Wll and watva on'y free
IiumoH for Oklahoma.
?3enutor AiHooii wetans to bo tho only
memy of the question who has so far
ThouBanila of letters from Oklahoma are
oirrfvlnff daily and- each and' evory ono of
itbem la having Ka Inlluono. Mr. Flynn
la bewlcfied.j'WIUj questions regnrtlliiB' jtlie
Iblll by momJiera wlio'fe interest poems to
navo vcr reoentiy bon aroused from
ii i ii m mumimmmmmmimwmmmt
If " coming events cast their shadows
before' those shadows on the blind
nresacre a wed
K ding in the
m. Udy may even
V lu. ''nil .1"
to marry that
is. she thinks
ready "for her
nnd the house
picked out and
" every thlufir."
When we see a young woman go out to
meet fate that way it brings to mind the
Prenchmnn's saying of the Charge of
the Light Brigade. "It was magnificent
hut it was not war." It is magnificent
to see the young girl face the future so
fearlessly but it is not life. No young
woman is ready for married life unless
her physical condition is up to the stand-
ard of marriage in the health of all the
delicate womanly organs and rarely is
that the cac.
Young women entering utxm the
state of marriage will find no friend so
helpful as Dr. Pierce's Pnvorite Prescrip-
tion. It gives vigor and elasticity to the
organs peculiarly feminine prevents the
drains that ruin the health and makes
the ordeal of motherhood so easy that it
Is practically almost painless.
"At an enrly utape of married life" writes
Mm. l'lorn Am of Dalian Jackson Co . Mo "I
wan really bothered with painful periodt uLio
a troublesome drnlu which rendered me very
wenW and unfit for work of any kind I became
so thin there vnw nothing left of me but skin nud
borta. My husband became alarmed tud got me
a bcttle of 'Favorite Prescription.' After he
saw the wonderful effects of that one he got me
two more and after I uted thoeup there was no
more pain and I began to gain in flesh very
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad-
viser answers every question. It is sent
free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
pay the cost of mailing only. For the
cloth-hound edition scrToi stamps. Ad-
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Plerca's Bcmodies aro for sale
at the Eagle Pruir Storo.
The diBcovcror of pruaslc acid wa&
Instantly killed by Inhaling one whiff
of his own handiwork. Pure prusslc
acid Is never sold or handled. Tho
omell of It is always fatal. It kills not
in three minutes or halt an hour but
tho instant lt cntor tlie lungs aa.a
gas. The rafxturo ordinarily sold aa1
prusslc acid is 98 purta water to two
parts of the drug. Even in this form
It Is very deadly. A 20 pnr cent mix-
ture of the ncld woulr tHl nearly aa
quickly as l purp vtrophlne though
It has no harmful odor is so deadly
that as much of It && would adhere to
tho end of a moistened foreflnger
would Instantly cause death. Cyanide
of potassium liar a pleasant smell
wh(ch is not Injurlou8 but a small
quantity swallowed kills at once. Puro
ammonia if Inhaled wpuld cause death
almost as quickly as prusslc acid.
When a carboy of nitric acid Is broke
come ono has to suffer. It will burn
wood cat through Iron plates and do
utroy whatever It touches.
JSC Our Students Ate Untiring Advocates of Our Schools $
THE COURSES OF STUDY
in our Institutions embrace Book-
keeping Business Practice Com-
mercial Arithmetic Ilapld Calcu-
lation Commercial Law Business
Papers Tpleirraphy Shorthand
Urammar. Spelling Penmanship
and Pen Art
Guthrie OkU. Oklahoma City OMa.
JndlTidu.il Instruction. No va-
cations' Students may enter at
any time with equal advantages.
No examinations on entering.
Preparatory Department for
those who are "rusty" or defi-
cient In the common branches.
Tuition from W.60 to 110 per
month. Complete Scholarship In
cither department S40. Good
board and room In private fam-
ilies from 12 to 13 per week.
SEND FOR LITERATURE
Porsona Intorested In school work and who have not received literature from tho Capital City Business
Colleges are requested to sond for tho Catalogue; tho college journal IVacMofll Pointers; A Letter of Endorw
ment; "The Proof" which tolls of students recontly pluced in good positions; and Department Circular;
When writing beture to mention the course in which you are interested. Address your communications to either school.
CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE
GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA. OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA.
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Railroad Time Tables.
A. T. & S. F.
SOUTH EAST AND WEST.
Arrive 1 Leave
Nn. I Qutnrle Guthrie
6 :40 am
5:40 am J
0:00 pm I 0:43 am
6:50 am 10:00 pm
SODTU SOUTHEAST AND WEST
12:20 pm 1 12:30 pm
10M5 pm ) 10:45 pm
1 o 4u am
Leava lAirlvc I Arrive
Guthrie FtWorth Galvcs'n
A. J. COKKINS Agent.
Trains wl 1 arrive and depart" from the
principal stations at the lollovrlng hours:
this aourcot . y t
Tho bl'l will prolably 1 called up the
flrat of nojtl wvok m the house.
'There is no bettor medicine for the
liablca than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Itsplcoeant taatoand prompt
effectual curco maka It a favorite with
mothers nud nmaU children. It quick-
ly euro their coughs and co'ds prevent-
ing pnenmonla or other Borious con-
ncuueucen. (t also ourea croup nnd has
fcrcn uaod in totiB of thousands of oases
without a rtlnffle failure so far as wo
liaqe been alilo to learn. It not Only
cures croup but whon glvon as soon
319 tho croupy couph appears will pre-
vent the tttaelc. In o&sos of whooping
ou(th it Ulquotloa tho tough mucus
waklugr It caniQr to expeotorato and
1eeena tho nervity nud fruquonay of
tlio naroxysuift of coughing thus de-
priving that dlsoafce of all dangerous
conecquBnces For Rale by C. It. Kcn-
"What do you think ot this move-
ment nfltilUHt wearing foathsrs?" ask-
ed the Bostonlan. "Oh I don't mind
tho feathers o muoh" replied tho man
irora te South: "it's the tar I objoct
to." Phllndolphla Rocord.
Ilniitud to Cjovor.
Ab a nation Amorlcana don't BUfll-
Iently lovo their homo Jlfo." "That9
W; wollind to go boarding boqauao so
many relatives lovod our homo life bet-
ter than they did their own." Indian-
apolis jfourual. -"- "
1 T.litlltiwl. V
Mrs. Mye'r 'l suppose ydU tru4
yadr Uuapnd impiioitiy'"
Mrs. Qeyr "Vo3to a certain x-
Tho Detroyett th Train.
They do queer things In South Af-
rica. From Ronshurg In Capo Colony
comes tho news that a train loaded
with supplies and without any "en-
gine poraehow got started on a down
grade within tho British lines and
headed for tho Doer lines: It was seen
to bo Impossible to stop the train so
rather than have the supplies reach
tho Boers tho British gunners directed
their guns on thp cra and destroyed
them and their contend.
Fitting the iYrltMh Soldier.
To gupd against msflls t$fo English
array "lathing ntorea make their uni-
forms In no loss than thirty-six dliler-
out sices. The stores at present em-
ploy ovor J 600 women making khaki
uniforms. Khaki la a 'dyed cotton but
what It Is dyed with tho govornmont
ofllo'ala thomselvos do not know. Tho
Arm that discovered It keeps the secret
vory muoh to Itaolf.
Kleetrlelty Century Aro.
Electricity oa wo know It Is Just
100 years old. In 179 tho Italian bcU
entlst Volta gave definite form to the
method of producing thft Qurrcnt and
It la from his name that we have tho
term voltmetor to describe tho instru-
ment ru'ch raaoeuraa tho forco of tha
ourront and volt us the unit of th&t
Are you restless at night and 'have a
bad cough? Use BALLARD'S' BORE-
HOUND SYRUP. It will secure you
eouud bleep and eifVut a prompt and
radical cure. Price 35c ana 50p. 8old
by P B Llllte & Oo. and Wiicalor &
Purity cigars arc the boat
Stumpff A (Jo hava openod a gro-
cery meat market and feed store at
corner of Oklahoma aod Broad. Now
took and gooaorvlqa. Phono It.
Uoa't ToliAeco Spltaml Bmulje Your Ufoanav.
To quit tfbaooo easily nd torwrAl)e.mnr1
. uu 01 na Kcrve una igor mue No-To-
Ho mo vrnnuvrwuuri iiiai mauos woals msa
strong. All drusgUitu 60o or tl. Cursuarau
tooa IJooklet a4 sample fretj. Artdrwa
Sterling liesiWy Cq CUIoago or New York.
11 15.. hv Memphis Xr
ForesTcftyLv . .. i 17
v. a to
2!01. A. Drlnklov. M
2 42..7...De Valla Bluff i...
. uaeen .
. .Carlisle.. .. y...
. ..Little ItOCk.... 1 1
Perryrllle ..... a 60
0 57 ...
8 22 .. ..
. Ola .
oonvllie. "... j
.Mansfield 0 12
9.T. L. & S. P. GrODB'ff .
to 671: HartfordS.U-1.5 50
U30...M. Howe 5 03
K. C. P. & O. Crosalng
uwf'y ( wi..r
is 00 s r " "Vr'-r t
pm S. T. L & S. F. Cross's;
I JA II..it1in.Hd O 4a
hl8f South McAle8tsri
m. iv -r. urossing am
5 21 Tecumseh 10 56
5 30 Shawnee 10 40
7 10. . ..Oklahoma City t 07
a. T & 9 V. Crosa'g
8 27 Kl Reno . . 8 13
C. It I. & P. Crossing
8 41 Fort Heno 7 5S
10 H Ar Wea:hertord Lt oa
r.J i 35!
Wide vostlbuled Reclining' Ob air
cars. Seats free. Modern day coach-
cfl. Pullman Sleepers. Oall oh near-
est tickot apont for full particulars
relative to through connection east or
west or address
C. 13. liart Qoneral western agent
J. P. Uolden Traffic Manager Little
Ileury Wood General Manngor Lit-
tle Rock Ark.
U'll Have to Hurry
White is White
fp MB VjcV mijUMvi iKw
TOO LARGE TO ENUMERATE
; I -
White the Jeweler is White
THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
. WHI8KIES BY THE GALLON.
McBrayer... 3 60
. ' OlL Oscar Pepper 8 00
Bond& Lillard... 4 00
Cuchenhelmer Rye 0C
Crystal Brook Rye 4ffl
SUverCreek 3 00
Other whiskies wines and brandies proportionately cheap 1
THE SAME OLD MOSES
Phone 2 Corner Hanison and Dirision.
Oponliijj of tho Crtont Ilotsl.
j At Uureka Spcings Arkansas. This
popular hotel will ho opened to the
public aa an all year resort March 1
li)00. A groat many improvements
have been made for the comfort and
convenience of guests and tho best of
service in every particular Is assured.
A grand opening ball will bo given
March 3 and for this occasion tho
Frisco lino will sell tickets at a vory
low rate. Further Information cheor-
fully given ly ny Frlscp agent or tho
II. F. Dunn District Pashongof Agt.
liryan Snydor General Passenger
Agent St Loui6 Mo.
JJigglo Uerry Hooks la an Excellent
little manual worthy of a place In
every farmers library. Tho book is
condensed and praotioal as valuable
for the villager yIUt hifc lQxl3. borry
jJaHck as H Is for tho commerclalberry
srrower with his tweatj'Kora flld.
The price la 50 ceata frets by mail: ad-
dress the publishers Wllmer Atkinson
Remember that the
Is prepared to do
On very short notice.
Do it while you wait.
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For Nerve Strength and Blood Health.
TUB YiaOH 0P THE D0DY IS IN STRON0 NERVES.
TUB LIFfl OP THE BODY IS IN PURS BL000.
VlsaroU are a powerful nerve brain and Mood
tood Thor feed tlio traln. buiw up ropalr nna
trenctlin vrnnlotl worn ana ilrcd nerve purify
nud unriofi llio bluutl nud on4 It tuunlinir UirouKu
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