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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 27 July 1894

(Y-- W- - J-.K.4Mf' tf' ' -1' - -' '" "' lly Ihit Lrmler rrtntftiR Ooinpiiiy. LESLIE G. NIBLACK. Editor. lltlDAY. .ULY ST. 1S0I. The Dnlly Loader accnpts advertising with tho distinct nnd posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowpopor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loader Blndory Is onoof tno b03t Institutions of tho kind In thn West and Is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Sond In your ordors for binding and blank books and they will bo promptly at Inndod to. KUt.ltO.U) TIMi: TAIILK. Noitrii iiou.ni. Sr. 40G, Chlehago Hxpren.... SMS a. tn. .so. 403, M. ltlver Kxpress... 30 p. m. '.i 12'..', Way Freight 7:00 a. m. No. 42, Local Freight ....: p. m. SOUTH 1IOUXII. No. 403, Toxas Impress 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma BX press.... 18tS6 p. m. No. 453, Way Freight l:0Sp. m. l'asongers should procnre tlakoW bo jrc potting ou tho train SUllSOIUl'TION KATIM. DAIt.V. Ono month, delivered In city f so (i io month by mall 5f Three montlis 1 S N.xmonihs 3 no O...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 27 July 1894

l'. THE LEADEfi, GrtJTHRifi, OKLAHOMA. 'r SNAKE-KILLING RAEOR-UaGIO The Hoga Mnjr Do UtlllM-d to n Vcrj Good rnrjiosr. "Talk about snakes," said EdwnrJ T. Atherton, of Boston, "tlioro nro mora of them to tlio square acre in Florida than In nny othor inirt of tills glorious country. Hut, as numeroi rs they aro now, thoy uro not linlf as abundant ns thoy wero a few years ago, before any organize'1 effort win mrtdo to annihilate tho wlioli sor pentino breed. "It seems that a brlp'it idea, involv ing the wholesale extinction of snakofl, entered tho mind of one William tones, who, un to that lime, had been a poor farmer strng'G'llnj,' to support a biff family. Now lie 1' one of tho solid men of tho county, and ho made all his money by the successful osoou tion of thai Idea. Ho knew that tho ordinary razor-back hog- of Florltlfi was n great natural ouoiuy of snakes, and he set to work to systematically train a whole drove of hogs to hunt down and destroy tho reptiles. In a little while ho...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 27 July 1894

2-k V" "' ll fl IN THE WORK OF SUnVEYINO HIGHLAND PARK. TOYffiSlTE BOARD IS NOTIFIED. Tim Interior l)Pi:flmrnt llun tlio Montrtl I'nrk Uap t'ntlcr Cornlilrnitlou nnl lie lrp tho Ton nulla Hnarl to Take Xi Action In I'ltlllni; nml Stir- ojliiff Until tlm Mi1 tir l llellnUcly Settled. Tho Interior department h rd-con-sitlerlnp; the Cnpttol 11111 park matter, nnd further notion in tho enso is sus pended until word Is received from Washington. The following telegram which is self-ttxplanatory, was received front Commissioner Tittinorctts yesterday afternoon: Wasiii.votojt, 1). 0., July 27. .1. 15. O. Landrutn, chairman of totvnslte hoard So. 0, Oulhrle. Suspend work of survey and plnttlng of Highland park until further Instructions. Ad vise mayor of suspension. S. W. IjAJIokf.vx, Commissioner. This itnoxpsctod action of the com missioner of tho general land ollloo is evidence that the case is being rocon fliderod. Tho hearing of the injunc tion oaso of the city vs. tho lownsite hoard, w...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 28 July 1894

s Mawiai'Mwiw''iffyif)tf , CT Wd wsn! !d buy Sehoel hk also Territoilal and County Warrants. HAGAN & PAlNEt jro;: Abstracts o .:- irttajen jpplteattai. HAGAN & PAIKE, BBtMMnWI UW MM IUIII PIW Bntkrsd at tub Post-Omen at Guthkik, Ok is Second-class Mattbr. OFFICII OF rillMOA-IOJf, HAIlltlMl.N AVHNtrH. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MOBNllS-C. JULir 28, .'CC-J, JtfO lr 6 Wkt Jitllf (Bitf $ . u.. UM r sV $3 ir J DEKJCR AND POPULISTS BEGIN THE FIQHT. ISSUES OF THE DAY DISCUSSED. Al r.envrnuortli Mr. Ovnrinyr Siild the Democratic! 1'nrty Drniiinilril the lie Mtl of tlio l'rolilhltory AiiiimmI- mt'iit unit Opposo Woman Suf- frituo -llovcrnor l.oitrlllni; l)lrm rnnitlin. TjKavi:.vwoiith, Kim., July 27. Democrats of KnuKiis npcncil their stnto campaign heru lust night. Tho initiul meeting was called to order by J. It. (iarroit, chairman of tlio county central committee, Introducing us tlio chairman of the evening Martin Smith. ,Tln latter introduced (Ion David Orermvor. Air. Ov...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 28 July 1894

. II '" luH ABrMTrACTSO! TU'LIW, uK V. M. J3rlONt:Q)N, IN HE Ail 1 BANK OF INDIAN TiRRiT UiY. 4Tctttu:i lly ilu' l-ri Iff ' 'Inline lnniunj. LESLIE G NHLACK. - tillltor. (Mil) Mi. mine I'lipcr I'ulilUlirit In (liithrlr. unir i Oruntl of Oklntimii-l Innm racy. SATURDAY. .It LY -J". 1MI Tho Dally Loador acenpts advertising with tho distinct nd nosltlvo cuarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspopor pub lished In Oklahoma. The Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind in th West nnd Is daily turning out largo quantitlo3 of work. Sond In youi ordorsfor binding and bankbooks and thoy will bo promptly at Jnndod to. KVII.ICOAI) TIMK TAHI.K. NOllTH HOUND. Kg. 40(1, ChlcliiiKO Expro3.... 5:45 a.m. No. 403, M. Hlvcr Express... 3;20 p. m. N'o.4SS, Way Krolht 7:00a.m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:S0p. m. SOUTH 110UN1I. No. 401, Toxa Exprois.. ..... 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Kxprosi 12:55 p. m. No. 493, Way Freight 1:05 p.m. i'aetiKors should procure tlckuts b...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 28 July 1894

KlM ' - - - r LLx ! i: y r i i V mi. jp i nnciwa CURIOUS STORM PHENOMENA, How Illrdt Are Stripped nod Trie flnt (o t'Ircri. A in on (j the most astonishing eiTceti of whirlwinds must bo reckoned tho well-supported facts that, on their cessation, bird exposed to thorn havo Leon found stripped of their feathers, and pconlo with ccry shred of cloth Iny torn from them. Tlieso effects cannot possibly be ascribed to tho wind. The forte necessary would have sufllccd to transport the objeots uwny bodily. Numerous similar occurrences were observed in France In the tornadoes which prevailed there three years ago.and these wore gradually brought under investigation. Over the whole rogion effected, trees wore found rent in a manucr which could not possibly have resulted from the wind. These ware, first, oaks split down the center for a length of twenty to twenty-flvo feet; fcocond, psplars and beeches, for lengths of from six to twelve feet, wero shivered Into stick1! of uniform thickness (for ...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 28 July 1894

II 1101 1 G! lltroiTIMATE OFFSPRING. OF THE KENTUCKY STATESMAN. SHE RESIDES HERE IN GUTHRIE Willi n Itrupcrlnltln rmnllr, "nt U Icnor- Hilt f llir I'MM-ntnce Itcinlttiinrf He' ci-lit-il Primi Siiipiiftllr I'likiiowfi smirro I'nr lli-rSiiiitirt A Slur tVhlrli llrli- Itif I'nllnril. Ilrct kliirlilf; .Smiiiltit. There Is Uvlnj tti Utitlirle a lutly who, ll is ullegod. Is the mato daughter of Colonel W. llrecklnridpe, the Kentucky voting niegitu a V. Mutes- man mid tho fnmotts defendant In the 1'ollnrd Itrooktnrldgo ease, also tlio lier.i of ouc or in oro "Hide In tveloScd arriago; or. a frolic with tho sotnh Jiary pirls." The young lady Is entirely Ignorant if her pui-entogo and has bon Toshl- nig In this county with a respectable family since Nov. 5, ISM). She Is about lo years of age. Is a bright and pro-1 possessing y ung lady, and has a host of fi lends and admirers. Through the misplacing of a letter thu secret leaWed out, and tho faintly has been doing all in their power to suppr...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 29 July 1894

rTv,r ""-r t- -n'r--- W" ft "vr -"Tr --. ,. ,.- r- "- tr y IMUI f inik'r'Pi We want io buy School Bonds; also Territorial and County Warrants, 10 ptr otAl Hrnij Lotftij n Farm; Abstracts of titles fur fiiiMen spplicatlofl. I.A8AN & PAINE. HAUAN& PAINE. (JP) V- RflTKXSD AT TUB PoST-OFPICR AT GOIIINlI, OK IS SGCONtl.Cl.ASS MATTKK. M TW MB Ml ,'PHlMnBWMHUBUWWWW MW V " opfick or ririit.icAiiox, iiauuisox avhnuii. 'wim Wht Htlllt Mw&tt. I - -T I ij, IK. s i: .1 " y V ti Ik r ) VOL. 2. 10 PUSH 11 AGREEMENT. THE PRESIDENT SOLICITOUS FOR THE TAPIFr DILL. f HOLDS CONFERENCES WITH LEADERS Mr. Cleveland Srnila for Senator Me.MU- Hn Immcdlntotjr After tlio Semite Unit otctl to Send Ilia TiirltT Illll llnck to Coiifcrenec Speaker Vrl At Vlsltrtl tlio l'rrtl dent Wnslilngtou Nous. AVasiiisotox, July 28. A messenger from tho executive mansion renched the house of representatives half an l'our after the senate hail voted to send tho tariff bill back to conference, with a note for ltepre...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 29 July 1894

I'fffpf 1W, " """"i ' '! ,!JWPflf, ' 'l "gma&r' ' i,i?"-T"JF-r ? n WW l)C gcafcew ly tint I-rniUr I'l-tutlng Cnmimnr. LESLIE C NIELACK. Editor. Only Mornlnc I'm" l'ttlilMieil In llntlirlr. Onirlnl OrRitn of Oklntiomt DriiHHrnry. SUX1UY, Jt'LY 9fl. 1391. Tho Dally Loador accnpts idvorU3lncr with tho distinct nnd posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any novvtcpapor pub lished In Oklahoma Tho Loador Blndo-y Is onoof tho bost Institutions of the kind In tho Wost nnd 13 daily turning out largo quantltlos of work. Sond In your ordora for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at tondod to. KVILItOAO TIJ1K T.VIU.K. noiciji noown. No. 400, ChlehtiKO Kspross. 5:4.1 n. m. No. 403, M. River Expross... 3;20 p. m. No. 43. Way Freight 7:oua. m. No. 42, Local Freight 8:20 p. in. SOUTH IIOUNI). No. 403, Toxns Hxpross 11:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Expross.... 12:55 p. m. No. 433, Way l'roiijlit 1:0.'. p.m. Passengers should nrocuro tlckots bo ne getting on tho ...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 29 July 1894

btp1 THE I.BADEII, JSUTUltlK, OJ I,A E10MA. r I ; 1 r IA i if r I ! .s KING SOMETHING OF ITS PHNENOM" ENALTHniFTJAND PnOORESS. CHANDLER AHD SAC AND EOX AGENCY I.ltrlr Tonus tlint lire Htrltllni; Toward I'liiim nnil rurtiiun A 'JiuTey of llmHac nmt I'm Iniltitti Affnrj Htiil .Homrtlilnj; of thu 1.1 f i? mill Work of A(,'Ciil r l 1 hiniMK. No single county in Oklahoma terri tory luts made such rapid mid marked growth as Lincoln county. During tlie past two yc4is she has exceeded tliu expectations ot the most san guine, ns regai ds her commercial aud agricultural prosperity, rind now mutts as ono of the. foremost counties in the "Land of the l'alr (Sod " The county of Lincoln comprises what was for merly known ustlio Iowa, Sac and Vox Indian country, and was first opened to settlement September S3, 1801, The tounty is thirty tnlleo wide and thirty-three lonfj mid contain) 3,'jiio quarter sections of land. The country is traversed from west to cast by the Deep Fork, the Hell Cow, Eagle ...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 29 July 1894

l- " VV 4 . THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OiLAH0MA. wTrir hvm ii or L ISliiry of ft THE PARK MATTER IN DISTRICT COURT. THE LOCAL 9ALAD mi liny III ilie t'niitlnl In llrlt-r. City. Ncun tr ! Oil PAWNEE II KE1THER SIDE YINS THE CASE. Itat llii Cnnrf .! .lil" tlio Injnnrtlo In o Inr ii It Itrlntn to tiptthl iinnris Conlnliiliic Trli nml n It nc-l Ion Arrrn. tmil Onlrr InMinItn tlonril In Iui n Ut-eil In tlin'l'llj. Will Nix h down from l'crry. SImtIH Sfirtiggs, of Parry. Is liore. ' 'O Vr lins sohl his rusl.iiirnnt. her- 1 i. i(j1o is ltaro 'rom iCtiigttalwr. lle.niiy l'rutur. i 111 llano. 1 .Mr-,. A. i . tfuiiniier-j ! conv&lesoonl. lias -clm-uut from I'olo r.m nor milo. 11. T.atiBobr.ilto, of Xewport, Ky., Iioio. ii TliPi-afftOl lliei'lly of Oullirta is, (liiUirleTowntle ltonnl X(i IX Involv- nitf tin tailing of a ilewl to Illtflilnml l'arlc nml Capitol Square, ovor wlilcli much tolk lias been waitodVvns culled up In the L'nltou Slates district court yeste.-dny. The city was represented b...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 31 July 1894

FnWLpI ) jt , n wBaatr-'A ' in W went to buy School Bands; also Territorial and County Warrants. HAGAN& PAINE. to pir siiH Mm? lH oi Firm; Atoiraiti of titles far Dished es iffMM, HAOAN & PAINE. C) l Entered at tiis PosT-OKricH at OotiikH, Ok is BncoND-cLARi Matte mMKTTBBy mmm mm wamammm mmmm hi n-iiMinwiMtwiTBwnw a ori'ioi: or rum.iOATioK. iaiiu:s ? . . ir tf VOL. 2. UUTHKIE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1894. i() tUM tifr 4 1, I a jtautr mr 11 mm 4. ' I, IV f w ( VJ J w u CONTEST OF SEEDS AND JOHN SON AOAINST JONES. DECISION OP SECRETARY SMITH. In.i.Virj Aliln Opinion lie Suitiiliis tlm 1)11(iii of tlm Oenrrnl I.nnil Olllee tohiion' entry Snrpentlpiliiuil Hot li 1'Hrllrs tulip Allunrnl Ihn 1'rltl- 1S of lllilillnf; fur l'riirorrpil CiinteMiint Dcrlnlmi, Folio win j 1? tlio deolsion of Secre tary Smith in a mooted land case. It will be of interest tu nil Ik mestcaden: On July :i, ISS'i, Matthew U. Jones made homestead entry of the north east quarter of section 11, to...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 31 July 1894

hiW5Wte'W!3 estffi4tiijiil ij-j! gimbcv 3M" llj- ll(o Irfnxlrr rrlnlliiB Coinjinij-. LESLIBC. NIOL.ACK, - Bill tor. Only Morntnc rntnr rulillnlicil In Uiillirlc nrfleinl Organ of Olitnlinmu Drinixriirj-. I TUESDAY. .IFLY 31. 19i. Tho Daily Londor accepts Ailvortlainfj with tho distinct ind positive gunrnntoo thnt It lins doublo iho puiJ Ji.u latiot. of any iiov'3pnoo mL llahoc' In O'cahom"". lu l oador Blndory Is o.'oof I o 'jost Institutions of tho kn.d In tho Wost and Is da'ly tunung out larco quantitlos of work. Sond In your orders for binding ind blank books and thoy will t.o promptly at tondod to. KUl.ltUAt) ti.mi: taiii.i:. Jft ltTB nou.vn. No i"oa, Chlchago Kxprews.... f:45 a. n. No. 4H, M. Klver Express... ,i;20 p. in. So.Wl, Way Freight 7:00 a. m. No. 4 Local Freight 9:20 p. m. boutii nou.vi). No. ina, Toxhb Exprws 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Gxpiosa....lS:Sfi p. m. No. 433, Way FrnlKht 1:05 p. m. Paengars should uroeiiro tickets bo iro trotting on the train bVomrnoN haths...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 31 July 1894

i l I I 8-'' y-a0 HWHUJSMW H MAMI?r Tlis Nbk aonim,i). Ei.Wt i(iMHi')i Hut RojnLU Aro Holdlne liel., San I'llAsciBCO,.Tuly 30. Thu sjqnm. ililp Australia nrrivcd yosterdny. six advices to July 21. Peace prevails '.liroughout Hawaii, and tlio now pov rrnment nppenrs to be firmlv estab lished. The jury system unier the io i. con stitution Is causing oine ' rouble In Ihe country districts. The nstltu tlon reiiulres .U juror-, t. talre thi jath of alleglnncc to lh new republic ud to abjure sill help ui lesuirltif; tlm iionnrchy In tiny form. In one conn-l-y dlstrlc! It lias been Impossible to yet enough ju-ors to .serve Honolulu toynllsU have sent ou' circular stating that no nnswor hnd 't been received as to President's ricvcland's intended action, warning natlvcR to keep out of politics and to t.ihe no oath ot alleiunco. Even the most ardent royalists, however, have little hope that tho commission re cently sent to Washington will be abl to accomplish anything In the e. 'jueen's behal...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 31 July 1894

,IWII Will WIlLt-1 IK'J'K liif J.IWWtMWl' H-" ill 1 ' 1 If, THAT'S WHEfcB .lOHN M'CPANE HIT HIS SWEETHEART WITH THIRTY-TWO CALIBRE HALL. 1 lon-nce Morton' I.oto Tor llrr I.n-r .lnliii MrCritnfl Orrw l'm!iiTniily CW. nml l'lori'iirc IV11110 Illcht Out mill Tiilcl lllm So -II" '" llr n I.cmlrll 1111 nml Now Him Sorry TlmtSlio .lnUo. Another plighted troth broken! Then was blood on tlio moon in tlio lioi-kllitgcr addition lait nifrht, an It Mnyed lliero until the deadly pistol of .loh n McCrnne had sent n unll ornsli inj; through thechook of Miss Florence Morton, tlio saddle-colored daughter of Widow Morton. .1. McCrane had long loved Moronco Morton. Ho ndorcd her with a suction pump Intensity, and largo globnlos of Mveat and lovu ran out cf his eyes and i'u i n every tlino ho collided with the object of his hbart's desire, .lohn is a rolorod man, but ho hud worked up u ease thnt was stem-winding; yea, verily, territorial in Its greatnoss. l'lorcnce at flist was rather fond of John, in...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 1 August 1894

KEi ww-wiit'n Kl'MfftQSfflMllitfli MsO Territorial and Count Warrants, HAGAN& PAINE. !0 Wf C4lf IffMf i3 s-s hriiiv, extracts of tills; f. nliheden application. HA6AK & PAINE. rmtniTin innrri-nnii-rTi iirrfini itw wi ii ii i iw i iiw i imum i "H -t --- it -it"! "i i iii i i LsrFWRt) at th Post-Officr at OuriiMitf, Oc in Srcond-cla Mattk. . OITKJK OV 1'UHMt'ATlOK, UAUUIBON AVlttWr. wrfm.wi'iLjiwBiw VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 18SM. JMltt Y 1 a JKrf y Am . 7 (Jvft-iiicr fe. H '! F- ' ') i J TUB LINCOLN COUNTY DANK AT CHANDLER LOOTED. A CITIZEN RUTHLESSLY -SLAIN. .Slirrlir Purlinr lilnl I'u.mi (llvo !Oliniif--. ''Trifle lt.tltlo mill mi On I In w ltrmiKlit Ilium -Now Sufe llc-lilnil lliu Hum A Mer Hoy M tl.iliut llio (Mlii r urn ()!ilT hiirr. ljl'li'n't'.l'iUr'iif I ho XntorloiM Cook (luiii?. .1 Special to tlio Loader. Cii.vniii.ki:, Olc, .luly 31. Tlio quiet serenity of thta littlu city wns ruddy illsturhml yrsterdny mornliij,' by .n bold bank robbe...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 1 August 1894

nr- - -fi KM? AasTHAOTHDF'J JfLLN f;LE W. M, llKOJS'SOM, JNRTfiAK OF feAfoK Ott IhDiAtH 'WSftftl'TOttY. tt MMBMi iiHiH i iiijiiiijiiijiji.'iiiiiiiii)iiuiwii'iiuwuMLina.'A!jj Qjtyc gcitfrcv Hy llm I.curtr Printing Comnmij. LESLIE O. NIbLaOK. - - Editor. Only Mnrnlnc Paper Putillsliril In (Iiitlirle. Ontrmt Organ of OklnlimiK licninrrnrjr. WHDKBSDAY. Atdl-T 1. ism. Tho Daily Loador accnpts advertising with tho distinct ind posltlvo guarantoo that It has double tho paid circu lation of any nowspopor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tho bost Institutions of tho kind In thn Wost and Is daily turning out largo quantities of work. Sond in your orders for binding and blank books and they will bo promptly at tended to. KYIMCOAI) TIMU TAIIL.K. Neurit noL'.vi). No. 400, Cliloluifro BxnroM.... 5:45 a. m. No. 403, M. Itlvor Kxprees... 3;20 p. in. NUSS, Way KrolRht 7:00 a. m. Ko. 4, Ltfcal Freight 8:80 p. m. south ltouNi.. No. 403, Texas Krprosg 11:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Kxpr...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 1 August 1894

w 4rV ? c it. H j i j fi ? . ? k fStactgrigmfcpa5agMa5''''' "iJiSJMXiatistfiStisii nuuummmaaiiSatmt t iiuimtim iWii a"n TJaJB Lli)AJ3j!)li, aatfJUUM, OKLAHOMA, jBwwtwjuMi i'ii'i muw 1 1 nr?rMlrrifcHVhiwimooa MMHmtimarfatariyviMiim YOUNQ MEM AT THE FRONT. I'eir Vnnerntilc to lis foaml Araont i:nrnitt.in Sovereign! nmt Slntriiiicm. Lord Hosebcry'8 succession to tha jiromlorshlp serves to call attention to tho fnct that wliercns during tlio first dcciulo nftcr tho Franco-dermal war, and throughout tho major p.irt of tho second, tho destinies of Kuropo were controlled by nioriarclis and statesmen of advanced age, their power Is now vosted in the hands of comparatively young men. This is, indeed, tho epoch of youth. T.or 1 lleaconifield, 1'rlnco Oortch'aUolT, Prince Ilismarck, M. Thiers, Daprotls, (Gladstone nud tho Danish statesman. Kstrttpp, liavo nil elthr-r died or with drawn into privntt life, and tho samo may bo haid of their master. The Herman emperor, who is undoubtedly the man a...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 1 August 1894

.lEssstrtrr;; , - i Mlmmt . "X"! '. ' 'V9T" wli "Pw'' BPfifr " CjatrgerftffgjSff lye sens. FOUR MAONIFICBNT BUIL.DINOS aOINC UP. STRUCTURES TO BE PROUD OF. Work nrlnifniitelliin. -Locution orthn New School ltullilloUHnnil What Thrjr lnt -11i Imi-Ra liiMtni. I'leniy of 1 tRlit nod (looil Vt'iitllBtlon A lint More OuuM bo llrilrcil Uritlltntilo Structure. (ultimo Is just finishing four of thoi handsomest school bulldlegh to be mind In the southwest, nil ooil,salftl structures, with pressed brick finish, ccnslrnclrd 1.1 tlt most thorough manner. When thtwo buildings mo completed and finished Oulhrlo's fa cilities will ousiiconilto no city In the land. T ho buildings nro so located ns to bo convcinqnt of aceoss to the greatest nuinbor f soliolnr, in tho btt of neighborhoods, and nil on good, hlfth, sightly sUi. lluihiing iiunilwr one, or tho central budding, is 1 mated on tho quarter block on thn southwest carnurof Joble avenue and Ash street. It is an im posing two-story structure, wit...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 2 August 1894

E9S9 -T (Sttilrw pX We wanl to buy School Bonds; CiS) TA V also Territorial and County f(jk 1 rt' g V W"hagan&paine. MAI f a aa a I a 10 psr cent Money Loaned on k 1 XI 1 fl l! Farms; Abstracls of titles fur- (TWtf Kr $t 1 1 SC il n,sl,ed on applica,,on- (lrV W Wl V hagan & PAINE, Emtkrkd at tub t'osT-Ori'tcit at Gurumc, Ok is SncoND-CLASS Mattkk. orrn;n or rum.icAiioN, hakui.hon avi:nui:. If YOL. 2. GUTHKIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1894. JNO 2(K, -4JL V MILITARY OnDEnS DURING THE LATE STRIKE. &00PS AUTHORIZED- TO SHOOT. Uonornl Schoflold's Orilcr So. 33 Issued July (l Jt aimlo l'ulillo Slmrti- aliuoler (.'omm.milcct to Slinut liulltliluul Hloterii JIoln ut Chicago nml Vlsowliero Btood In Ureal l'crll. Washington, Aug. 1. The leaders of the riotous molis who confronted the I'tiitod Stales regular trooiis dur ing the progress of the grout strike probably did not realize how peril ously they stood to vlolont death, for not only wero the troops fully author iz...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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