Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 49, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 31, 1900 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
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'On Pekin at Onc Chinese
Troops Still Coming
Bcrlpps-McRne Press Assn.
London July 31 It was announced
Jn the House of Commons today that
word was received from General Ga-
selletattng that he contemplated an-
immediate adv nee on Pekin. The
announcement was received with
Washington July 31. The receipt
of Sir C aude MuDonald's letter is
taken as definite proof that up to a
week ago the legations in Pekin were
still defending themselves. It s now
thought here that the advance on Pe-
kin will be made at the earliest possi-
ble moment. It is ahsured the start
ing of the .uiovea ent will be J his
week if it has not already begun
Shanghai July 31. General Sheng
director of telegraph saos the report
of the massacre in Pekin was concoct
ed by the Boxers in hops of infuriat-
ing the powers into Eamc act that
would make all Chinamen rally to the
Boxers' banner. He says thepiesent
danger -to the ministers depends on
discretion of tha powers.
Washington July 31. The following
was received from Admiral Remey th s
morning ; " The Japanese military at-
tache at Pekin in a let'.er dited July
22nd reports that the legations there
had been beseiged since June 13th and
were continually attacked from June
20th to July 17th. The attack then
ceased and the Cuinese soldiers disap-
peared. Sixty Europeans were killed."
Hong Kong July 31. The move"
ments of Chinese troops from the inte-
rior towards the coast continues and
tne uneasiness of the foreigners in-
creases. The Chinese forts are heavily
manned with native troops.
Shanghai July 31. According to
Japanese reports 10000 Chinese are at-
tacking New Chwang and 5000 Rus-
sians oppose them.
A Ppnninrd Gave the Bond for
the Postal Kobber.
Sup cms lotlffr Prrgraiiiine
for Twenty-first Biepninl
Scrlpps-McRao PresB Aoa'n.
Detroit Mich. July 31. The pro-
gramme of the twenty-first biennial
meeting of the Supreme Lodge Knights
of Pjthi-s and of the encampment
of the uniform rank rank of the order
to be held in this ci'y August 35 to
September 1 bos been completed.
Major General James It. Carnahan
speaking of the i utlook said:
"I am satisfied that the Detroit en-
campment of the uniform rank will be
greater than any ever held by this
order. In Milwaukee we had 10000
men in camp but my correspondence
with brigade commanders during the
past two weeks indicates that the at-
tendance will go far beyond that
The camp is to hi located on attrac
tive grounds in tne eastern part of the
city at a convenient distance from
Belle Isle. Field inspections reviews
ard competitive drills will. be witness-
ed on the island. The city will bo il-
luminat d and the order of Knights
of Khorasin are to give an electrical
and fireworks parade.
German Editors of Wisconsin
Condemn JLcKmlej Policy
Milwaukee July 31. There can be
no doubt of the attitude of the Ger-
man press regarding the McKinley
policy of imperialism.
The Wisconsin German Press Asso-
ciation has just closed its session at
Madison. Out of twenty-five of the
editors who were interviewed there
was but one or two who had any de
fense to make or any apology for the
administration mistakes in tne Philip-
pines or other new possessions.
Almost invariably the editors sid
the Germans in their localities are
strongly opposed to imperialism in
any form and that they will vote for
Bryan and the whole Democratic
Elders Painted Blue by a Mob
of Infuriated Citizens
Bcrlppe-McRao Press Ass n.
Mansfield Ohio July 31 Two Mor
mon elders from Bowie's Zion Ohica-
gi were mobbed last night by 4000
infuriated cit'zent and given a coat of
blue paint from head to foot. The
house in which they were holding ser-
vices was badly wrecked and the elders
Summer KxcurMtum to Colorado and Utn
Summer excursion tickets witl be
6old to Denver Colorado Spring? Pne-
bio Glenwood springs Salt Lake City
and Ogden at rate of one fi'st class
standard fare puis S3 for the rouad
trip. Tickets will be on sale on the
following dates: June 21 July 7 8 0
10 and IS and August 2 uith final re-
turn limit of October 31 1900.
On going trip tickets will be con-
tinuous passage up to the fir-t Colo-
rado common point where stopovers
are allowed for thirty days. Return
ticket continuous passage. A. J. Cor-
Admitted That Ho Murdered
Advertisements In this column Sc pnr line
each Insertion. No advertisement takeu
for less than 25 cents.
Knights of Pythias conclave Detroit
Mich. Tickets on 6ale August 25 20
and 27 at one fare plus two dollars for
the round trip. Tickets are limited
until Sept. 5 for return passage with
privilege of extending until Sept 14.
For any Information regarding the
above named rates call on or write 0.
B. Hart G. W. A. C. O. & G R. R.
Oklahoma City; E. P. Kidwell T.P.A.
Oklahoma City Okln; or J. F. Holden
Traffic Manager Little Rock Ark.
Bcrlpps-McRao Press Ass'n.
Havana July 31. Ex-Director of
! Posts Rathbone was today released on
. bail the bond for the required amount.
S25.000 being given by Senor Lopez a
Cushion AVI It
It is reported that Cabhion will be
eight acres larger. It seems there is
some rivalry there between the Rock
Ibland and Santa Fe railroads or bo
tween the people favoring each road
and that the towns te on the Hook Ib-
land andjenlarged to the extent of 80
acres more of site. Some hitch has
occurred at least for the through ser-
vice of the Rock Island road is no yet
assured. That road has secured three
largo wheat elevators and the trouble
is as to ho wil. haul out the wheat
' Cashion is in the midst of an im-
mense wheat country and shipments
If the stomach liver and bowels fail
to perform their functions regularly
and naturally the blood becomes con
taminated with impurities and the
whole svstein is in consequence debili-
toted 11 ERBINE is very remarkable
for its efficacy in curing the ailments
of summer and the disorders preva
. lent daring hot weather. Price 5Q cts.
Wheeler & Son and F. B. Lillio & Co.
See Mo See 31e
At 100 West Harrison avenuo for
cheap money on best terras; abstracts
and insurance. Geo. H. Dodson.
Moore's Pilutes are a guaranteed
cure for all forms of Malaria Ague
Chills and Fever Swamp Fever Ma-
larial Fever Bilious Fover Jaunaice
Biliousness fetid breath and a tired
listless feeling. They cure Rheuma-
tism and the lassitude following
blood poison produced from Malarial
poisoning. No Quinine. No Arsenic
AcidB or Iron. Do not ruin stomach
or teeth. Entirely tasteless Price
50c per box. Dr. 0. C. Moore Co. No.
310 North Main street St. Louis Mo.
Judge T. J. Lowe went to Oklahoma
Mrs E. E. Penteccst is visiting
friends in KanstsC'ty.
Ben Case went to Mountain View
todap to be gone a few weeks.
Amos Ewing and family of King-
fisher are stopping at the Royal.
C. G. Hornor attended the territorial
convention at Oklahoma City today.
W. L. Barnum ar A O. D. Roberts of
Ponca City are here today on business.
W. S. Search the new bank exam-
iner reeurned today from his first trip
visiting the banks.
Chaun ey Brown the guest for sev-
eral weeks of his uncles Dr. and J. H.
Cotteral returned home to Topeka
Kansas last night.
C. F Brockway general agent
Burk's Pavilion Jncle Tom's Cabin
Biggie Berry Book No. 2 of The
Biggie Books is all about berries. A
whole encyclopedia of berry lore boil-
ed down after the manner of Farm
Journal. Tells ab ut varieties about
planting growing mulching cultivat-
ing picking and marketing. It gives
practical pointers from the pens of
scores of leading berry growers from
all parts of the country who have con-
tributed to Its colums It has Colored
representatsons of berry true to size
and color thiuty-three portraits of
praotical berrymen and thirty-five
other illustrations handsomely bound
in cloth. The priee is 50 cents free
by mail; address the -jublishers Wil-
raer Atkinson Co. Ph. delpHa.
A GREAT CLUBBIM OTER!
BcripjiB-McRao Prcs Ass'n.
Sedalla Mo. July 31. Rev. Frank
Lenig presiding elder of the Sedalla
district of the M. E. church has given
to the public a confession made to him
by Anthony Poor. The confession was
made to Reve. Lenig and Milnes at the
Benton county jail laBt Sunday. Poor
sent for the clergymen. He appeared
to them to be truly repentant and said
he wished to confess the whole crime.
Ho admitted that his previous cbn-
fesslon contained many misstatements.
Poor said that when he and Adams
left Chandler for Missouri the latter
had between S35 and Sl In money be-
sides the team wagon and camping
out&t and that he murdered Adams
for the sole purpose of getting posses-
sion of his property He had no quarrel
or tight with Adams but murdered
him in cold blood braining him with
an axe while his victim was asleep on
the grass by the side of the wagon.
He stripped the dead man of his cloth-
ing and put it on himself but was dis-
appointed in findingonly S12 in money.
The murder was committed in Hickory
UERBINE clears the complexion
gives bouyancy to the mind cures
headache regulates the stomach and
bowels stimulates the liver and is in
fact a perfect guardian of the health.
Price 50 cents. Wheeler it Son and F.
B. Lillio & Son.
Weekly Leader one year and the
Farm Journal the remainder of
1900 and all of 1901 1902 1903
and 1904 for only 50c. Sub-
scriptions begin with the current
month; we cannot supply back
numbers. Orders sent in Febru-
ary will begin with February and
"Money to patent cood Ideas
urcd by our aid address THE PATENT KB
tuuu uaiumorc iuu.
WANTED 1000 Subscribers for the OkU-
noma Leaderon year and the Farm Jour-
nal five years for 50c. Sample copies on ap-
plication. WANTED Bright boy to canvass tor the
Oklahoma Weekly Leader and Atlanta Con-
stitution. Good pav to right party.
Interchangeable campaign trick badge. A
novelty Entirely new Send 15 cents for a
sample and price list. Agents wanted
Cloyd Novelty Co. RK N Y Uldg Kanttaw
Young Men Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach the barber trade lu
eight weeks. Mailed free. Moler Barber
College St. Lobls Mo.
Handsome American lady with valuable
property and generous Income recently In
Merited Is serious In desiring lovable hus-
band to share her home. Address box 11CH
Ladles' Free. Harmless Monthl'v Kocula-
tor. Cannot fall. Mrs. V. Rowan" It 78 Mil-
First published In Dally Lc.ulcr July 2-11000
To whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that m. Knlpc Jr
has this day llled his petition to sell at
retail spirituous vinous and malt liquors
lnMulhall. on lot Three in Block Eleven
Logan count. k'alioma and that un-
less objection be llled on or be-
fore the 8th day of August A. D 1WX) s.nd
petition will be granted.
Guthrie Oklahoma July S-l 1000.
R. V. Mohton rtountv Clerk
By B. F. Garrett. Denuty.
BETTER AND MORE OF IT
SNAP or A decade -Oklahoma
(Weekly) Leader for one year and
Farm Journal for live years for
The price is reduced from $1 00. Think
of it Oklahoma Leader for one year
and Farm Journal for four years for
only CO Cts.
The Farm Journal is the boiled
down hit-the-nail-on-tho-head paper
out to fit the farmer and villager who
know what's what. The Farm Journ-
al for nearly 5 years remainder of 19-
00 and all of 1901 1002 1903 and 1904)
and the Weekly Leader one year will
both be sent o every new subscriber
to our paper and to every old subscrib-
er who pays 50c. Walk right up to
the captain's office.
The Uetit Turin and Fnmlly" Paper In the
Believing that every one of our readers
should have at least one good agricultural
and family journal we have perfected ar-
rangements whereby we can send that prac-
tical and instructive journal FARM AND
HOME i-i connection with THE WEEKLY
LEADER aud the Handv Atlas of the World
ai terms as given below
Co. is in the city completing arrange
ments fo- the appearance of hs com-
pany on Monday evening August G.
A. E. Baker the genial travel'ng
man for the Western Newspaper
Union of Wichita through Oklahoma
made the Leader office a farewell visit
today. "Bake" has b en advanced
along the line and goes to St. Louis
to reside where he will have charge
of the company's business. He is a
jo'.ly gjod fellow whose face ibe
bojs all like to'fc'e come around and
he will be remembered among the
many fellows who visit the Leader
on rem nrknhlv liber
i Lack of space forbids but a briei description
. of the contents of Farm and Home which is
unequaneu tor variety anu excellence. Pro-
minent among its many departments may
be mentioned the Farm and Garden M.ir
ket reports. Fruit Culture Plans and Inven
tlons. The Apiary Talks with a Lawyer
Around the Globe Livestock Diary The
Poultry Yard The Question box. Plantb and
Flowers. The Veterinary Fashions and
Fancy Work. Household Features.
Farm and Home Is published serai-monthly
thus giving you 21 numbers a year the
whole making a volume of over 500 pages
teeming with all the latest and most relia-
ble Information that experience and science
jjv special arrangements we make lor a
Sold by F. B. Lillio & Co.
er & Son.
Account Bienn'al Conclave Knights
Pythias Detroit Michigon August 27
to September 1 the Frisco Line will
sell tickets from all points In Kansas
Oklahoma and Indian Territories at
rate of one fare plus S2.00 for the
round trip Tickets on sale August
25 25 and 27 with final return limit
Seotember 5. By depositing the same
with joint the agent Detroit ycu can
get extonsion on ticket until Septem-
National Encampment Grand Army
Republic Chicago August 27 to Sep-
tember 1 rate of one fare plus $2 for
the round trip. Tickets on sale Aug-
24 to 27 inclusive with final return
limit September 1. By depositing
same on or before September 2 same
can be extended until September 30.
The boys and girls should read the
Farm Journal. It will help keep them
on the farm Wo will send it five
years the remainder of 1900 and all of
1901 1902 1903 and 1904 to everyone
who will subscribe for the Weekly
Leader; both papers at the price of
time the following liberal offer;
Weekly Leader. Price 50c.
Farm and Home 50c.
Webster Dictionary 26c.
Atlas of the World 25c
THECOMPREHENS1VE WEBSTER DIC-
TIONARY Is a work of extraordinary inter-
est to all classes of progressive people I-
contalns 50 000 words which Is all the avert
age person has any use for.
It also containstwelve departments as fol-
lows; 1 Abbreviations; 2 Pronouncing
Dictionary: 3 proper names; 4 Gazetteer
of the world; 5 Large Cities; 6 Parliamen-
tary Rules; 7 Business Instructor; 8 Social
Etiquette1 0 Letter Writing; 10; Use of Capi-
tals; 11 Punctuation: 12 Postal Guide.
It contains 103 pages handsomely bound In
Imitation leather covers and Is especially
designed for pocket use.
ATLAS OF THE WORLD and City Guide
This is the most comprehensive and val-
uable book of its kind ever published and
contains 24 pages beautiful colored maps.
The maps are not cheap prints they are
lust as ilnely as those in books 10 or 100 times
Its size are all in tour and five colors. The
maps cover not only the world in a general
way but many of them are In detail show.
Ing the most important points in the whole
world which anyone might want to find.
In addition to the maps and possibly not
less valuable is a fund of satlstlcal and
other tacts of great value for daily If not
It contains 64 pages; handsomely bound In
Imitation leather and especially designed
for pocket use
A Good Tiling About Letting the l'eoi'le
If you've something to sell that re-
ally intere-ts them is that they'll
come and investigate. Human nature
is much the same the vorld over and
if you tell tbem of it curiosity and
self-interest will cai.se them to inves-
tigate. Telling of it in your advertising is
the economical and surest way to ac-
quaint the largest number for all
readers are buyers and the most Intel-
ligent and most profitable class of pat-
rons. The great men who best succeed
are these who persistently and intelli-
gently advertise who keep their light
trimmed and burning who tell the
people of the values.
Telling it to the Leader passes it
along at once to the better class of
buyers those whose patronage will
give any store prestige whose buying
There is no longer an excuse for any
one to endure the torture inflicted by
piles when TABLER'S BUCKEYE
PILE OINTMENT will cure them a
rrmedy so moderate in price and to
effect ve. Price 50 cents in bott'es;
tubes 75 cents. Wheeler & Son and
P. B. Lillie & Co.
Cheap Rates via 'Frisco Lino.
Call at the city ticket office corner
Main and Douglas Wichita Kansas
for full information or any 'Frisco
line agent to
Williams Bay Wis. June 15-Sept. 5.
M lwaukee Wis. July 23-27
Detroit Mich. August 27-Sept. 1.
Chicago 111. August 27-September 1
Denver. Colo. July 23-21.
Colorado and Utah points July 9-17
to August 1.
B. F. Dunn
District Pass. Agent.
And own your own home
Buildingr & Loan
will furnish the money to build
or buy a home at low rates.
Cash always ready. Call on
W. M. Bronson Secretary for
Pueblo Colorado Springs
and Denver are on the Santa
Fe. A Colorado grains of
this line run via these citief
ThJ most satisfactory view
of the unparllelod mountain
panorama slretchlng from
i'neblo to Denver Is to be
had by this route. ThJough
sleepers and chair cara from
Chicago and Kansas City
daily. "The Colorado Ex-
press and A Colorado 'Sunf-
nier" tell all about tho
trains and Colorado's beau-
ties and uttract.onr. Free.
Is as impor'ant to a Bvsinea
Bouse as a good credit.
Will print you on Bhort notice At
CARDS OP ALL KINDS
Blank Books and
Kansas and Oklahoma
Eureka Springs. Ale Saturday
Augnst 11 11)00.
FOR TI1E ROUND TRIP TICK-
ETS GOOD 10 DAYS FKOM
DATE OF SALE.
A special train will leave Wichita at
8:30 a. m.; Blackwell 0:30 a. va Okla
homa City 3:30 a. m. arriving at Eu-
reka Springs about 0:30 p. m.
against the summer heat taking a
needful rest and a delightful outing
among the Blue Ozarks. Further ina
formation will be cheerfully given by
the nearest 'Frisco agent or tho un-
dersigned Bryan Snyder
Gen. Pas. Agt. St. Lcuis Mo.
B. F. Dunn
Diet. Pas Agt. Wichita Kans
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