The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, May 13, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. MONDAY. MAY 13 19(l.
Chief of Statistics
How Letters of Credit Fig-
ure in the Matter; Indian
Washington May 18. -Itttirns to the
BtnllAtlraii of the department "f asrlettl-
turo made up to May 1 shows the urea
under winter whnt I" rultlt ntlim on that
date to hate lieen ftix.nt j.tiw
Ti-la la ?ei6W0 acres or 6" per cent less !
Minn the arm sonw lust year u z.witii
acres or 7 7 fr cent In excess of the win-
tor wheat acreage Imrtested last year
Of the reduction atxiut one-half Is re
ported from Texas una i-iiuionua uue
In Hit former atttte t" ravages of the
Wheat plant louse and In the latter cut- ;
tlnit It us Is not unusunl In that state 'i
JT.b.r.11. ZLi. tr ftiioif In the I
Htates that had one million .icrea or up- freights upon Importa again ansiirlieil
ward sown Inst fall the1 following per- 1V l()rKP rfddltlonnt nmount of th f-
twitagcs are report d i.s .ibnnflonen or I )f nP eX(Plw r xports.
cut for forage; sJiw.urt 1: Kansas I. . . .
Illinois ID IVnnsyhanla I. ildlana 2". '""'1"r 'rt"r '" " "nsldere.1 U ill.it
Otllft S3. Tennessee 17 Michigan 'ii. the money expi nelxl by Americans :a
Oklnhomn IIS. fullf.'rnl.i In and Texas
414 Kor ihnare.1 ntiuinlng under ciilti-
Vatlon the uterus ndllloti on Ms I '
WftBlttl While this n. nige Is in 1 p.ilntK
aloe the mean of tli. May iternu.-s or '
tilt. In it tn ears f. id bus ts.-n ex. e el I
eu oniy mme uim "':.'). r'.' "7.
jilnwid up. cut for foi iac or otherwise
nlMtiuloni il has been .i.tii.lt . llmlnated
III Ixhuwih the. Win it roi hntc held ltn
own at the hlh a i .. IK. reported
April 1. while an Iin.owment of lic
points In Peniurjr- in hlo in.1 Indiana
eight In Illinois ami r in Mlsuliirl n
the other hnnd i iwUhs'andlng f "
elimination In Texas and Callfornl. of t
mpcli of the acreage as will not be har-
vested ft decline Is noticed amounting to
four points In the former stut and fuur-
txm In the latter.
The average condition of winter rye on
May 1 was 19. as compared with M.1 in
April I. 1W: or May 1. 1UM:
at the corresponding date in 1M8 .and
K2 nt the corrspoiMilng date In im iiii-i
1KJ.4. lllw menu w t .. .
171? . .. 'i'li iiriwnt coiulltlni
2 the mean or tno -iay "V .... .7 ...ll
im highest since MM. I'ennsylvunia and
Now York and twe-flWw of the total win-
liut is tour points ab"
VC?X?Ze condition of meadow .-
In? land on May 1 was 8 "
on May 1. 190". MJ at tne
SUto in WW and 111 1 on Mav 1 the mean of
SS May v-ages of th. last J'"
The average oondltl.in f sprii ig I '
turer on Ka 1 wan milnst i i '"
May . IBM. HS.t th. -''"'' "' '
111 1SIV.' and . the tn m " M"
atgts in the last t.t. m rs
nr the to'al ninoiint i I prlug plov i'U
report d n- iiil.nl ' I ' H stlmit-.l
tlint onl i. Pi " " ' lui: v dm.
tip to May I th- pr . uaualU .ton.
by th it .lit" lHltiKBlo.il V per.fH o' M
"Whole only three tlin. In the lust in
teen irs has th per. ent ikc don.
May d be. n as low an In this car f
Uie Ktatc-o having on. million or P.'"ls
to ti plowed this spiIu onl North ( r
Olna. tleorgtO. Alfhama Mlsslssli'l I
XAtilslanu. Arkansas and Tenn-ssee rely it
tho nroportlon actually done up to m '
3. a In excess of their rcspntfxe ten
averages. The lateness of the season I .
Iktl.l -w . . nA
A report giving tne immw; ."..
planted In cotton with the owj'tt'". '-
Cdrdllig to tho latest advices will Be Issu-
WMWnJfcn D. C May 13-"What
haa caused so much produce raaruhun-
dlse and specie of the United Ittatcs to
go out of the country wlthotlt tho or-
dlnary correapomllng roturn'" Is h nues-
tlon recently propounded to the ti-
ury bureau ol statistics by Mr Dadulio-
hal NnoroJI an Indliin gentleman resld-
Mr Nrojl In h'u Inquiry add" is .1
to the bureau of itatlsUcs quotes the r -cent
llgutvs sliitwlng a1 large ax -hh of
exports of men han.lls.. and Ape. . 1 mi
the net Imports of in-1 .'handlse nil th
sptrle ' ay '" '"dla I hin 11 '
exrts always 1 .Kim place b . ue. th.-
system of gov. hum nt of India 'inpi I
a heavy trlbut- I compels 1"-'
drain of the prodm of India to i-'U
land without i" m t'.l.il nturn i ..1
cluuulise or t y '.' I"t tt.i" .
not uncler st'.-h draining vst. 1.1 ... ....
alien foreign g.. rn. nun .n..i
fore dealre to Wtio tin . mw '".I U'
t.nU. of such h.uw ml exce-s of .
Iorts or Ameihiis w.-iiltli m pi.xl.n
and how large balaii'e of Ir.id' l-
pet ltd to be Mettled '
Th. following Is an extri. t n 1.1 tl
leplx of the Chief e'f th. bateau 'f e
tlali. H " '.;
During th" perio.1 Instnedfaielv loli.w
lug our clll war gtet loternsi .1.
ouitieut f our railwas aiidat i.i-
lug oitjind. Mucn f.ireigh cf"i 1 w -hrutifht
Int.. the lulted Htst'si fai u '
title d. vtlopinmnt. .id during lhai I. 1
and In subsetpiei.it vmrx rsilroa.l
Other stiurltiMi wtre I'traMtjbt " ' K '
abroad Tin c hum al tWilU of l'
t1i loxment f 11 imw and minima t
tilings eatubllshoi. 111. n. oidlhgr tl P
Ink of new fivlO- r pi lu. tl mi wu an
enormous lncre..H. n tin . x.p irtii...ts 1
and dlapoaltlon 1 -. 1.. u .1. .r. . .
tl lniiwrtstlein- 1. !- . i"i
ment of mnul . t. nm.
iieuelteabt.. to Drodd 'I "''
1 on ..I..
n materials much wldeh waa formerly
brotigl.t tn from ahrourt. Wtus t.
grt.it biislnins developmtnt of the er
jj.0 to ! hA a tendency to stimulate
Vrodu.Hun nnd exiwrtatlon but dlseout
jSrtn condition of 91 which corre.nds
J.im i. ten vcar average In New rk
ie such average ui
- - --
aged Importation nnd. n .mwinenc
exports ncrmli il import h In n ronl.inl-
ly Increasing ratio Th- fart. hniT
that large sums had lw.-n borru.. I
abroad for th Internal detelopment as
aliova alluded to requlrtd payments of
la rife auma for annual Interest chars? .
and thus absorbed a part of the tiro
teecls of the surplus The eanilnnn o'
for.-lsn rapltal Invented In great enter-
prises In thia country other than thul
ittJn-il lr- the sale of bonds or by dl-
red loans alio require considerable wm
for the payment of the dividends and
profits of the enterprises In wh
- i Invested. The further face that
intern il comtnerce and Investments
Internal developments were extrero. !
Iirontiibl'i reduced and temporarily sus-
ended shipbuilding In the t'nlted States
md as a cin'neiuem e. the Inert using
t ruffe came to lie carried more and n re
forign Hbt and the parent
the frelghU th. reon especially tie
)nx ubrtwid who usually take tin Ir
u . frrn f u.u f r(lllt
. . ... .
i draw from time to time for ..li
siiinn as thn r ulre and thl of mrse
ulg an off t to th.it extnn .u iln
the balance uhl.h would ctli-rv.1 lv
r. turntst to t!i frilled Stut.t. in U.e
form 'if .-ash p
t'rtll recenth these four grfat f.ic'ois
(!) the jiaym.-iit of Interest on Aoui
. i sccuritu s lia.l abroad u'l tin pa -ment
of eurn'iiKs of foreign c.iiitil In-
csted in business enterprl. s in th.
1'nll.tl tttatis. t1 the pnym. nt of for-
eign frt.lghts carried In foreign vec l.
specially freights on goo Is Imported in'...
the t'nlted Htates and (I) the expendi-
ture of Americans traveling o broad luive
la en conaldered the chief cause of the
fact that the exports of merchandise
so mucin exceeded the combined Im-
ports of merchandise specie and bullion.
Within the last two or three jours h.ru-
cvr three further factors have upiuir-
ently been added (1) the cancellation of
American Indebtedness .abroad in -lulling
a return to the United States of tie-
railroad and other securities thus li'-Hl:
iS! the sale of 'orelgn securities In tn
rnlbsl States touch an the t). rm in
Hrlt'Kh and Kuwdan Bc-curl'.es whl.n
VMM- plncrd upon the murk is In r tlur
Iiik the last year and In moat casts
..iilelch tak. n to tin uinoti'it of piob-
.il. $Hi ofK. (Kio In the eir ami III th.
irc.l.tH whl.'i now t mt abroad In ' i u
ol oar nxpiitiii anil w hi. h are ncr-
inltle.l to so -t m.l l.t.ai'Ki b.ttei Intel
. -t i it.s ii 1.1 thus in r.alU.O tnn.
i. InsiMtliiK upon th Imiii.diiti p.iv-
Th. Hums ol mom r. present.xl by these
nlous ftc'ors whi. h preMtirnubl ibollt
eijual the .s of xpuri.4 mir Im-
ports line ! .a irlouKl eetlinatcl ami
up to the pris. nt l.me no mc ms of ob
taining moil than intimitis hie tie
(!tv flits ratl.v -s n -ualh ;nii
runt mM u rrr:n vo"u "-
freights on Imports at uboul utM.ii"
inlerekt cxpendul abroad by Amen .ii
)7S.0000a00(KI to iliO.DOOoOO; An fit. il.
funds In vtsted In foreign vi .it'ile-. in
ltDO about IlWMi.(M). and c realm .'--mllttd
to stand uuroad In 1WU and I'iu'i
Are You an dnr-Mne?
The human system wliH a very
ootapUcatrd orgsiilsra is nbundaiil'. v
ab.t tu titku ciio at ttbolt it tin la n
of imtuie mo not vlolnted. It la ti.tt
ural to ho woll. It Is unuattitul to o
sick inilood the Iiiimcu ajhttnn in
iioru il (diidiHon It "immune from
disease on when thie i.s U i 1 ' t ux-
jioHure. li it. only when the Irv of
nature hao been 1 Inlntotl liiwotlng
the v ttalit x (1cm loping a wuak sptt
fouliiK .1111110 of the organs to lug be-
hind ci i n fsl 11 -i Impure blood thaUtlls-
' ea- MMitliifH to.ih to uttatk it ih
ly tMl R iM yftn ft fooUu)
I if uit wtiuul lie .in "Iniiuuuo" net 01
iillow t). it -st 1 f to "niu down" It is
then 1IS1 in will att.itk you .11 thei
'most darn' mhis diM.iKts of the world
uie ram lit w In ! people .tie run
.Iowa T.tl.i I'i ll..iter's lion Tonic
.uptni the 1. . t niin f wcakuess and
for uny unnatural pftin or ache.
'i li- don't feel well people of whom
ll.ei. me several million.! In the
nmiiIiI nnd who uie too often a trial
to tin niscives and friends need onlj
take l'r llaitet's Iron Tonic to regain
si. lyTh fid lgur ai.il to liecume
"immune" from disease and the
'bllles" as well.
Loss of appetite of ambition nor-
eUBiu'SN pulns In the 'iiead baeli
kidnes limbs muscles oto. aro all
. eiiroii t)j tn ii'irter a lion ionic ire
I oared by The Dr Hatter Modlelne Co.
. . .. . r m I Tlun
DayUn Ohio and has boon ou tliu
nmrUot for 4S years. A sufficient
guarantee of Its great mrlL Sold
Mils on 11 merits.
Made only by
. C. WETMOFIE TOBACfcO 00.
SI. Let . M.
Thr larpnt indrjitntUnt
factory in Atnrrfea.
each T&00n000 to HOO.000.000; to which
must lie added the amount of our for-
eign Indebednesa actually cancelled Us
the return of securities for which no
definite eatlmate hos so far as t am
aware been made.
The I nlled Slates Is rapidly Increas-
ing her produitlon. eaeclally n th
minerals and of manufacture 1m- .x
portatlon while the rapid devi'.ot.nieni
of our manufacturing Industries slcidlK
r. duces the relative Importations of
manufactured poods though th" raw
materials required for our manuia tur-
ers. especially those of a tropics! and
m.J-troplcal nature which we cannot pro-
duce nt home nri' constantly Increasing
as are also the tropical foodstuffs 'if
which we do not produce sufficient
iiuuntllles to meet ir own requirements
The fact tliat v:e arempMIy becoming
a creditor Instead of a del tor nation wlb
reduce to a minimum and vripa out the
annual balance for payment of Interest
on our securities and n tills eMent
the nhsorhtlon of our frrorable balance
trade will tie rapidly reduced; while
. present disposition to cncourng.! th
re-estubllshment of our shipping lndt.s-
trv In a sufficient volume to carry Our
growing commerce seems to justify th
expectation that this drain upon nut
sin-plus mnv nt bast somewhat rallied
In the n (ir future Our foreign credits
as alioc Kllu.l.d to have 1ncreoK.il Vir
lartrelv .lurltiK the last few years and
foreign obligations have been takin !"
Invstors In the I'nlt.-d State .n I'lrge
sums; but It nvmi nt least prohibit
that two of 'he factors whooh absorl)-
od a consldernble shae of the fAVor.ibl
tinlanes' ls. tho payment of InteroBt
nnd Inil.bteducas abroad and psytnnt of
fnlghts to fortlgn vensels. wfH w'thie
a compirutltely short thru tie mil r
tally reduced and thus rnjulre i -. i
tltnent with specie artfl bull 'on of a l i
er proportion of the trade balance t .
Ms b.n the cane In former vents
All Eyes on Texas.
Great Is Toxas. Hor vast cotton
crops nntl marvollouu oil dlscovcrflos
nmazi tho -world. Now follows tho
startling statomont of tho wondorful
work at Cisco Tox of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. "My wlio
contracted a severe lung trouble '
writes editor J. J. Eager "which caus
ed a most obstinate cough and finally
resulted In profuse homorrliaKon but
she has been completelj cured by lr
King's New Discovery." It'c pic-tivo
ly Kunranteed for Coughs Colds and
all Throat nnd Lung troubles. 50c
and fl.OO. Trial bottles free at A. IS.
CHEAP RATES TO COLORADO
Sssslpn of the Trans-Mlsslsslppi
Commercial Congress to be Held
in Cripple Creek.
Arrangements for tho July moat-
ing of tho TranB-JIIsslBrtppl Com.-
merclal CongreBS In July In this city
are now well Und" way. The rail-
road associutloiip uavc till met and
the low rate I' )i tie Cf'pple Croak
district Is a . tliat larvo Influx
of ijeoplo ' :jr.ticJBrtti(J. Thw? 1qw
rate coven. -3y-thrQ otatsc H-nd
terrltorleg aiu tie railroads la 54-
vertlslng this nu 1 will excite lut.r-
cst and tliousaivls oi veople who Lave
herd of Cripple Creek will tae ad-
antage of the opportunuv.
At the Cripple Creek meeting there
are quite a number of Important mat-
tois to be considered. Whilst tho
executive committee has not as yet
formulated the programme it is tin-
dei stood that uncompleted question!
considered in former congresses so
far as national legislation Is concern
ed aie to he uppermost. These will
be taken up ami further discussed
at the July meetlug.
I Shudders at His Past.
"I recall now with horror" says
I Mall Carrier Utiniett Mann of Le
vanna O. "my three years of suffer-
1 lug' from Kidney trouble. I was hard
1 ly ever free from dull nches or acute
' pains in my hook. To stoop or lift
I mail saolts made m groan I felt tired
worn out about ready to give up
when 1 begun to use Electric Hitters
but .six bottles completely cured me
and made me feel like a ne-v man.
They'io unrivaled to regulate Stom
ith. Liver Kidneys nnd Dowels. Par-
fee t satisfaction guaranteed by A. E
Oray Only 60 cents.
Tho selBsors grlndor rojolces most
when things aro dull.
Tho rubber cocktail Is now. It's for
that tired feellDg.
WAS AN AGREEMENT
Withdrawal of American
Troops from China
Berlin May 13. The members of
the relchetag want to go lim after rtis
posing of the f. w is mlln " matters The
adjournment will until th end of
November when th got. mount hna
promised to present the tariff bill which
In the meantime will I thoroughly con-
sidered by the various state government
and the Bundesrath. An adj. urnrnent
le really necessary nqw because the at
tendance In the relchstag duri ig th.
iMist fortnight has dwindled jteadlly
and Important measures have repciti d'v
been passed by -i few score of members
This doubtless was owing partially to
the fact that members of the rel.hstan
do not yt receive any remuneration fot
their services not event free m'lroad
The ndchstag this week for the thlr
teenth time passed 1 resolution by a five-
sixth majority to the effect that the
members should be paid so much per
da but It Is known that the emperor
and the Bundesrath still nppoH any
remuneration and wUI not confirm the
rcli hstug resolution
hen the members disperse next week
the house will have agreed to a pro-
longation of the provisional commercial
arrangement between Oermany and Groat
Hritlan until December 31 1903 to an Im-
perial order levying a duty on logwood
md to the supplementary duty on coffe
and cocoa from Uaytl.
The anti-Germanism In part of the
American 'press is keenly felt here all
the more because nobody knows the rea-
son for ' It. The foreign officers are
kept busy denying one unfounded tory
after another Intended to aacrtbo ra-
1 melons schemes to Germany.
The officials of tho t'nlted State em-
bassy fully conflrro th.l statements of
ihe G rman foreign office. Tho ser-
ious an Influential newspapers have
baiting) in America but the Merlin Neu-
renewed "Deutschen Hetre" (Herman
baiting) nl America but the Merlin eu-
este Nachrlchten (conservative! point
ed nut how differently sonsatlonnl news
from America apparently conflicting will.
Herman Interest here Is received it
lnstancs the rtpoit about the Azores and
Nobodv here blamea the t'nlted Mtutcs
for trjlng to secure a coaling station In
the Axoros or elsewhere."
The Tagelhlntts IxW York spclnls.
referring to anil German utt'fances In
the American press have been f illowewl
tn every case bwv prompt bfflcal denial
bore of the Imputatoln made.
The China question Is still uppermost
In re. The Cologne Oniefte prints a tit.
1. terslnirg rpeclal saying that Ilussla
is lutitenlng to finish the Manalrurla rail-
road by purchasing locomotives In Amer-
le 1 taking temporarily t)i rolling stock
from the HuRso-Iffuropean roada and
arcntly IncreaMng the number of rail-
road officials etc. onabllng Ktiswa be-
fore long to throw u oouple of tinny
corps Into Manchuria by rail. The pap-
er further says that Mt Delcasae the
French foreign minister who recently
v .'sited St. Petersburg plndged Russia.
1' r mce's support In the Manchurln quae-
The figures accompanying the Brftlsh-
. . rman commercial provision show the
I rltlsh Imports Into Germany nnd the
erman Imports Into Great Brit Inn are
steadily Increasing Since 1KX7 German) s
exports to Oreut lirltiun have risen from
7('l"0t000 to 91J0O00O marks and (ireai
Hritlan from Wl.OUO.uOO to SIO.WO.OOU marks
German u'igar imports however have
Andrew I tvhl.e llt United Btatc-s
anioosaaoor una sirs. While are oiiPu
to leave their present residence on Icnn.
Strausee July 1. Mrs. White U RolriK
to tlte seaspore for the summer and Air
White will stop at a Uerltn noted.
Madame Sembrtoh began today a short
season with "Don I'nsquaU" at the lloyul
Opera which was overorowded. She
was accorded an aatlmslaatle reception
and showed that shs liad completely re-
covered her voice.
Officials here sat the wltlidrawal .if
the American troops from China is la
aeordanee with an agreement between
Voit Waldcirsee aad OetMral Chafftc
The off totals also say Von Waldersee has
not reported' any recent dlsagroomems L
with Qeneral Choffeo.
IllIJotiBness la a condition character-
ised by a disturbance of li digestive
organs. The stomach is debilitated
.u6 liver torpid the bowels constipat-
ed. There is a loathing of food pains
in the bowels dl!zfnM coated ton-
gue and vomiting first of the undi
gested or partly digested food andJ
then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach
aud Liver Tablets allay the disturb-
ances of the stomach and create a
healthy appetite. They nlso tone up
the liver to a healthy action anil reg-
ulate the bowels. Try them and you
are certain to be much pleased with
the result. For mile by (' It flenfro.
Digests what; you eat.
It artificially tligosts tho food and nida
Katu.o in tr.-ngtlien!nBnwl rccon.
structlng tho exhausted dlgesttvo or
gana ltbtlu idU-stdiscoYoroddlgceiV
ant and tonic. No other proparatk.i
can approach it in eflloioncy. It in-
stantly relieves nnd poriuunently curca
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stonmch Kau&on
Sick Headache Oaatralgla Crarapa and
all other rostilts jf Imperfect digest Ion.
FrlceGOc. and II Iirgo stzQContalns SK times
Prtpa'td by E. C D WITT a CO. Cblceno.
balm in the form
s...x.w umtit:! n
"..ieo rawniw Kire uny jnmpiea grow to be Ijofh
swollen joints and inflamed glands often break out into offensive slow healing
sores. A jwllutcl blood U always a menace to health ; not only does it keep the
skill in a chronic state of itiflaminatiaii but every organ ami fibre of the body
Suffers from nn impure and sluggish circulation. You never feel well yon are not
and nexer can lie well until Uie system is relieved of it terrille load of impuri-
ties. ith the Wood so contaminated so deeply poisoned ulcers boils and
sores of every kind are apt to become chronic and often develop into Cancer
nvv a. titv..;.. mc illUll
ctften ran.! hv rmvOTtw nt
. ...w.fc .u.h . -..
the blood and a weak anil
clow circulation brought on
by long continued sickness
malarial poisoning torpid
liver the use f mercury or
whatever i calculated to de-
stroy the vitality of Uie blood
and break down the constitu-
tion . These old chronic sores
hist anmt!ims far imsm m).
itig into the flesh muscles
lumies huu even uown mio
the bones and are such a tax upon
o o hi.IS luic-y w urely restores lost strength and vitality to the blood as
S. 5. S. It is an antidote fof the severest forms of Blood Poison as well an the
irnUUilg humors that cause the eruptions and sores that sap vour very life and so
greatly disfigure you. S. S. 8. is the only guaranteed pftrely vegetable blood puri-
fier. It cotitaing o mercury potash arsenic or other hurtful drug. It cleanses
the blood and purifies the circulation thus ridding the-gystem of the impurities
that keep the sores feverish and painful. At the same time your general health
improves under Uie tonic effects of S. S. S. and the skiu becomes soft smooth
ami healthy. If ytm are troubled with boils carbuncles sores or eruptions of any
sort write our physicians all about your case; don't risk your own iudgment
when you can get medical advice from experienced doctors free. Book on Blood
und Skin Diseases to all who desire it.
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