Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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Are arriving almost
every day from the
most famous shoe
We have a lew ladies
Eisenschmidt & Weckel
Would Follow Groyer's Expres-
sion of Opinion on the
Scrlpps-McRae Tress Ass'n.
New York Aug. 30. Grover Cleve
land over hia own signature decl'nes
to express an opinion on the political
situation saying that each man's con-
science must be his guide. He does
not detiro to bear the abuse which the
expression of his opinion would invite.
Notarial commissions were iBSued to-
day by Secretary Jenkins to L. B. Gum
of Perry and J.Frank Laux of Guthrie.
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Left. Sizes Broken
The Most Perfect Beer Brewed
Call for it everywhere. Drink it everywhere.
Gity Office.Black BUS Phone Hi T W. BLACK.
SoSling Works 54 . JV
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF OKLAHOMA DEMOCRACY
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY EVENING
'OPENING OF THE
so Long Hoped for is
Now Said to be Almost
Scrippa-McRao Pres3 .sa'ri.
St- Petersburg Aug. 30. The czar-
ina'd condition ia 6aid to be such as to
indicate that the czar's hope for an
heir is at last to bo realized.
The Partition of China is the
Japanese Occupation of
Scrlpps-McRna Press Ass'n.
Berlin August 30. It is officially
stated that the Japanese occupation of
Amoy is likely to hasten the partition
of China but the Kaiser will not pro
test against Japanese action.
Scrlpps-McRao Press Assr.
Washington August 30. The gov-
ernment decided today to place four
dispatch boats in service at Chee Foo
That Tired Feeling. -
It is Healthful
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Jt jjefidtfi ' T-4
OFFICIAL STATE pAPEU OFFICE
ror McCoy Is Claimed of the
Fistic Bout With Cor-
Scripps-McRae Press Ass'n.
New York Aug. 30 Ex-Champion
Jim Corbett and Kid McCoy will meet
touight in what is expected to be the
greatest bout of theseBBon. Both
profess great confidence. Sharkey says
Corbett vill win. The winner gets
GO per cent of the gross receipts. Geo
Siler the expert claimB that the fight
is fixed for McCjy. An alarming re-
port from Bath Beach says Corbett hes
developed rheumatism in his right
thigh but he declares he will fight
Imperial City and Destruction
of Pa'ace Necessary to
Scrlpps ..cRae Press Ass'n.
London August 30. Details of the
meeting between the allies and the
besieged legationers at Pekin show
that the arriving forces were greeted
with the wildest enthusiasm. The food
supply had not failed though the lega-
tioners were forced to eat horse flesh.
Tsun LI Yamea promised food but
sent only a few melonp. When be was
asked for meat he said he could not
furnish it as a Btate of war existed.
The opinion is expressed that razing
the Imperial city and destruction of
the palace will bo necessary ns the
Chinese mistake forbearance for weak-
ness. Chee Foo Autr. 30. Thirty-two
workmen were killed in removing
Chinese Torpedo from the river.
Washihington Aug. 30. At the
suggestion of Russia the Unitnd States
6cnt a collective note to the powers ap-
pealing for peace in China. Itds a result
of yesterday's record breaking cabinet
conference. Russia formerly declar-
ed 6he wanted no partition and said
she had urged Earl Li to return to Pe-
Uln and secure the return of the em"
peror and his family so that peace
negotations might progress. It Is be-
lieved that Germany which is thought
to de.lire territory is headed off.
OF PUBLICATION HARRISON AVENUE.
AUGUST 30 1900
THE ICE COLD SODA WATER
Voi c at RENFRO'S Istha Jiest. Try It.
Renfro's is headquarters for Tablets and writing ma-
terial combs and brushes. Renfro's Pills never fail.
We have the best line of
In the Territory.
Commander of the 6 A R.
is Major Leo. Rassfrnr
Scrlpp3-McRae Press Ass'a
Chicago Aug. 30 Major Leo. Ras-
sieur was elected commander in chief
of the G. A R. this morning unani-
mously. He enlisted for the civil
war when only 17 years old. He waB
honorably discharged as a major at
the age of twenty. His homo is in St
LouiB where he is a prominent law-
yer. He has served a term as probate
MrB. Mary Carr was elected president
of the Woman's Relief Corps of the
Grand Army after an exciting fight
and much bitter talk.
Chicago Aug. 30 Clara Barton ad-
dressed the Grand Army 'delegates
today. Tremendous ovation followed
and retiring Commander Shaw was
presented a diamond studded emblem
by the comrades.
Stops the Cough and Works Oil tho Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure no par.
Price 25 cents.
General Arthur PiPftDQ Are the Best gn
and Tom Moore uluHna We Sell Them 0u
Just unloaded a car of Granulated Sugai. We sell 15
pounds for 81 or $6.50 per 100 lb sack.
9 bars White Russian Soap for 25 cents.
All package coffee 2 packages for 25 cents.
Best Flour Keystone included 85c per-sack.
12 pounds fresh Oatmeal 25c.
We sell Nails 4c per pound. Goods delivered prompt-
ly to any part of the city
in the laud
From 10c a Jtox up
R. B.ENFHO g
iHHi Olt. Ave. Owoslle Vostofllcc. JT
Agency Roasted by -Returning
Scrlpps-McRao Press As3'n. -
New York August 30 Over four
hundred distrusted Christian Endeav
orers arrived today from Europe with
stories of privation and ill treatment
abroad through the mismanagement
by the tourist agency to which they
had paid from ihree to five hundred
Now Naval Guiih.
Scrlpps-McRao Press Ass'n.
Berlin Aug. 30. Government planB
have been completed within the last
three years a cost of 5500000 for
four battleships of 11000 tons and
nineteen knots carrying four nine
inch eighteen five inch twelve quick
Growth of G. A. It.
Scrlpps-iilcRao Press Ass'n.
Chicago August 30. Adjutant Gen-
eral Stewart's report shows that the
Grand Army in Juno had 0778 posts
with 276002 members.
JENKINS MED. CO
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