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

THE UOADELi, GUT11U1E, OKLAHOMA. 41 I QTl)? gcafccr. lr the l-cmlrr frliitlng Company, LESLIE O. NIBLACK, - Editor. Only Morning: I'npor luulltiel In Oulhtle. Oniriiil OrRn of Oklahoma llemncrnrr. TUBSDAY, OCTOltEtt S, 1804. Tiik liAtt.v IjRauku ncepiils luivertN- !.... i.l. Iltu.llxli.fi timl luvUllvtt Uliai- nnui ilmt II ImM double tliy Wild nr.-uliiUirti cf any w m"I'' lnitilt-liotI l.i Oklulmnm. Tiik Liuhkii 111 injury ltiiii of the 1k1 lust itiitlmis of the kind In tlio Wost and la daily turning out largo nuantltlirtof work. .Somi in your iinlur) for liliulliig and blank hooks and thpy will bo promptly attended to HUltsUKIlTION KATKS. DA1I.T. Ono month, dollverod in city Ml flnn mAtlLll llV milll. . . ........ a. ... . . 'W "."" ..' , A Tnrco raonina j " S'X months J 00 Ino year 8 oz WEKKLV. ix months I 50 Jno yoar t For Delegate to Congress .JOSEPH WIS1IY Democratic County Ticket. Sheriff JUNIUS OMIHAM Probate Judge ..JOSEPH MIliLKIt C ouiity Attorney Coniily Clerk ...THOMAS J...

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. — 2 October 1894

-WmM ir w0WwTyy ' i'iw fc-"yrHT''y r' KE1 -J tzsr he eafcct KAlLKOAll TIMi: TA11LE. NOllTH pound. Nc. oi, Chicago Kxpress .... 7:t0 a. ra. So. 408, l. Illvcr Express... 4;0ti p. m. NJ4U3, WayKrolght 0:30 a.m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:20 p. in. SOUTH HOUND. No. 40.1, Toxasi Kxpross 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... l:oo p. in. No. 433, Way Freight 1:00 p.m. Passengers should procuro tickets bo Jrogottlngon tho train DAILY WKATHKK l'OKKCAHT! Special report for The Daily Lkaiiku by W. J, Walters, observer United States weather bureau: Highest temperature yesterday: 81; lowest 00. Forecast for toduv: Fair and cooler. IpOR BENEFIT OF DEMOCRATS. Territorial Olitrul Committee. Iue Council unci Krprriiontiitho Cult. Tho territorial central committee would recommend that the Democrats of tho various council and representa tive districts in tills territory liold their conventions at tho following times and places und witli the follow lug representations, and that the chairman and secre...

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. — 2 October 1894

pTTy-rn ,Twy."''',wii"iiHiwwnimw nwmiiw V" A - Kk THE LEA J) EH, GUTHlilE, OjJ,AHOMA. I 11 DODY OF A YOUNG MAN FOUND IN THE COTTONWOOD. AWFUL DEATH OF FRANK LEDGERS. Ilnw ffm lln.Mnln nml M'liyr Am ll" Qlirml(liTlmt Itrmaln Unnnf wrul - Cnriinrr'n IliqnMt SMII In S-liu-- nrluin ThniK nl.at Nml Hlu - A llrrrmril Miitli r uiiil Ntfprthrnrt In 1:iikIiihI. Another has been added U Oiilhilo's comparative long list of murders, with the difference however, that most nil of the murders heretofore committed In this city havo been Openly done upon tho streets while nbout this one hangs at present a voll of deep mys tery which tho officials have not as yet been able to dlssipnl It was well along toward iluslc on Sunday afternoon when William Murkwood and two young ladies who were boat riding on the Cottonwood were horrified to discover a human body in the wator about three-quarters of a mile north of the city. As they rowed along one of tho oars struck the corpse and caused It to move and como...

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. — 3 October 1894

J" nfy -p -v - r? WewanUobtif School Bonds; also Territorial and County Warrants, HAGAN &PAINE. 10 per cent Money Loaned on Farms; Abstracts of titles fur nished on application. HAGAN & PAINE. official oimian or o. iahoma unstooitAcr OFFICK OF rCHMCATION, IIAIIHISON AVKNUK. VOL. 3 GUTHRIE, OKLAnOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER a 1894. NO 258 miht mnthrit Jftttlf MmAtt MUST FIOHT OR OIVE UP THE CHAMPIONSHIP. HEW ORLEANS OLYMPIC CLUB ACTS. 1'rctliliMil ffchotl buys rltz.lnimont' Challenge Mttiit Ilo Accrptuil lijr ttio Clmmplon Tlitiritlay, or tlio Club AMU Doclnre lMtr.lminont tlio C'lianilnn l'ugllMt or tlio World nt Once. Nkw Yonic, Oct. S. A telegram was Bent yesterday to .lames J. Corbctt by President William A. Scholl of tlio Olympic club of Now Orleans. It de fines the attitude of the club regard ing1 Hob Fitzsimtnons' right to chal lenge the champion. Tlio full text of the message follows To J. J. Corbctt, Nashua, N. II. The subtcrfugo you resorted to in causing O'Uonnel...

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. — 3 October 1894

" l --- r,- V ? -V Hi ' iii iiUpffii'''''"''''ifilTi THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. rfl l;c citcx lly Hip In!rr 1'rlnllnc Company LESLIE J- NIBLACK. Editor. Ontr Morning rpor riibllalir-tt In llullirle. OHIcml (Irgnn of Oklatmmn Domnrrnry. WEDNESDAY, 0CT01IER 3. tfilM. Titr. Daily IiKahkii accepts ndvortla liik' utli tin- dlatlnrt mid poMtlw Rimr ,)D!.m. tlmt It ha doiiblp tli W rinulntion of any iwrsimT publMieu l.i Ol. lulioma Tiif I.r hkk ltlndnry None if the lpt l'i--iiniiiin-' if llnkluil in ttii rt mid I tlml tnrnlturtiut IniKoiiunniUtosot work. Si ml in Mini unlet for bliulliia and irtmiK Innik- ami Uicy will 1m promptly attended to bljttaUItll'TIUN K.vrKS. DAILY. ( uo month, delivered In city t M) Oao month by mall 50 T'uee months.. ..... 5" S x months 3 00 Ino year 0 Oi VVKKKLV. lx months 50 Jno yoar i 00 For Delegate to Congress .10SE1M1 WIS11Y Drmorrntlu Comity Tlckrt. Sheriff JUNIUS OMHIAM Probate Judge. C junty Attorney County I'lorlc. JOSEPH MII.I,EU THOMAS JONES ,.l J...

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. — 3 October 1894

-- " " t . ., . r mniww .iiwii i ...i i.w THE JLEADEB, GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA t-"- I V itc gectfcct 11 1LIIOAD T1MK TA1II.B. NOIlTlt HOUND. No. 401, Chicago Kxpross .... 7:E0 a. m. No. 403, M. Kivor Expross... 4;00 p. m. vNj422, Way Freight 0:30 a.m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:20 p. ra. BOUTIl HOUND. No. 403, Texas Express 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Kxpross.... l:0Dp.m. No. 423, Way Krolnht 1:00p.m. 1'assongcrs should procuro tickets bo Kogottlu on tho train DAILY WKATlIini I OKKOASTI Special report for Tin. Daily Lradp.ii by V. .1. Walters, observer United Stntes wcnthi'r buicati: Highest temperature yesterday: 77; lowest 57. Forecast for today: Fair and sta tionary. FOR BENEFIT OF DEMOCRATS. Territorial CciHrnl Uoiiimlttro Imufs Council nml I.re.entiitl,e Culls. Tho territorial central committee would recommend that the Democrats of tho various council and representa tive districts In this territory hold their conventions at the following times and places and with the follow Ing represe...

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. — 3 October 1894

mi 11 1 H -' ---' m ,i i fl,, t,, THE LEADEH, GtTTHKIE, OKLAHOMA. AND THE STOMACH REMOVED POR MEDICAL EXAMINATION. HE WAS BURIED LIKE A SAYAGE Willi Hotly llnwnfttiril ntid MtuMy t'lothlnc on the IjIiiiIi-TIic t'ottnnwiioil Slimier Jtjutrry ami the lrel' piumM nf Monitor Whii Mm I)rat Man Olilororuriiicit hihI thrown In llii' 111 ir? Thoro were pniotienlly no new dc voIopmcuU yesterday In tin- done mystery surrounding the foul inunlrr of Prank Ledgers, whoso dead body was tuken from the Cottonwood rlvur, Sunday cvonlng. The coroner's jury is still in session nnd yesterday a large number of persons, who wore ac quaintcd with the young llrlton. were u.xaintncd, but no decisive clews lead ing to the perpetrators of tlio brutal murder, were obtained. All of the wearing apparel of Lodgers was re moved from the homo of Win, Thorn, with whom Ledgors lived, and exam ined by the jury. The clothes were of cxttn fine quality and shows tho de ceased to have been tasty A letter addressed to Ledg...

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. — 4 October 1894

Ekt Mtu&tt. c oi-ririAi. okoan or oki.mioma di:mockacy. OPKK'J! OF I'UllI.tCATIOM. MAltlllSON AVKNIIK. VOL. 3 GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TJIIHS1MY M.OKNIJN'U OUTOUKK l 1804 KO 250 II FEARFUL WIND STORM DEVAS TATES LITTLE ROCK. THERE WERE MANY PEOPLE KILLED, Iinnnnit Diimiisu to limiting Interest of tlio City Tho htronjn of tho City llcntlrroil Almoit Impntnlliln ly tlAllolirM l'roni tlio Kuliicil llullrilng't liimtiin A p) In iu Gono l.ojs 8,-.00,OlK. TjIttm: Hock, Arh., Oct 3. A tcrrl blo tornado struck thin clly at 7:30 o'clock last ovcnlnf niul almost de vastated tho business portion of the cltv. Sevornl neonlo arc known to have been kllluil ami injurod, while it U feared scores more have met tho same horrlblo fate. The main portion of tho business cantor, bounded on tho south by Third street, on the north by llivor front, on tho west by Center stroot und on tho east by Com mercial street, ii practically in ruins und tho amount of damage is incal culable. Tho total loss will probably...

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. — 4 October 1894

nr ft 71 Ijc gcafccx. lit Hi It1rr Printing t'ini,mu). LESLIE G NIBLACK. Editor- Only Mornlne l'npcr lulilliilit?il In Out title OtTlrlut Organ of Oklnlinnm llcmorrnrjr. TUUItSDAY, OCTOHBR-1. IR04. Tim Daily Lkadrk accepts advertis ing with the distinct and positive guar antee that It lm doulnV tin m d rln-tilntrtiti of any n vs paper pnlilWiiil In (minimum. The Lkiii:k Himlirt None of the lost luiiltutlnin of tlie Wind hi tlio Wft and Iu lnll turning out liitgnqimtitltlpsotwoik. Send In your orders fur hliidtug nnd blnnk iKwkx and limy Will lie promptl) nlieiiiled to. atiitMIKU'TlON ItATKH. OAII.Y. Uno month, dcllvorod In city $ 50 Ono month by mall so 1 hreo months 1 SO Six months 3 00 ino yoar 6 0. WKKKLV. ix months..... f 50 Jne your too For Delegate to Congress JOSEPH WIS1IY IX moirittlc Count)- Ticket. . JUNIUS OLDHAM Sheriff Probate Judge JOSEPH MILLER . THOMAS JON'ES F. J. DOLCATUR . . (1. G HOLT . ..Wm. 1IROWN . . ..11 a DODD C junty Attorney . ... County Clerk Register of ...

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. — 4 October 1894

TI1E JLEAJDEK, GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA ltc geafcct LABEll "SIP7 UAIIK Al TIMK TAI1LE. NoKTI! BOllSn, No. 404, Chlro xpress 1:10 a m. No. 103, M. Klvor Express. 1;00 p. in. N i 43, Way KrolRht 11:10 a.m. No. 420, Local Ftolght 2:20p. m. SOUTH HOUND. No. 403, Texas Kx press 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Kxpross.... 1:00 p.m. No. 488, Way Freight l:C0p. m. 1'assungera should procure tickets bo jro potting ou tho train DAILY WKATIIKK FOllKOASTt Special report for Tiik Daily I.i:aiku by W. .1. Wullors, observer United .States weaU.i'r bureau: Highest tcnipernturo yestenlny: 70; lowest .17. Forecast for today: Fair ami sta tionary. THE LAST THIS YEAR. rliml Ilepurt or Olmrrver Wlilniryer on Wind mill Crop-. United States department of agri culture, weather bureau, weather crop bulletin No. 28, of tho Oklahoma weather-crop service, for the week ending Monday, Oct 1, 181U: The uvcriiRo temperaturo for tho past vtech was 00.7 degrees, just 1 de gree below tho normal for tho last weok In Soptembor. S...

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. — 4 October 1894

ja mpxmmi'xnmmtar, ltei if-fM iff" 1 1 36CT5atS5sr.c- ;xr-i.-T3 T. ' -,-- .3lAirt I hwmwi amijjiifeprj THE LEADER, GTJTHB1E, OKLAHOMA, -t HE RED UN HESITATES. DAWES COMMISSION MEETINO WITH OBSTACLES. McKENNON AND KIDD IN THE CITY. Twooflhn Tlirvo llrntlenirn Oiimpotliic III" lanrrn liiiiiiinUilmi Vltt tt" U.tl- IhI t'llr-l'iMBrrMof Tlirlr Work - (,'licn'tmvn nrnl OhIrkHMM Will At-rrpt tlie PrITrrrl fi-iun - Ulrli t) M.r to llpi-n. Cnptaln Arch MeKounon ami Major Ki'UI, of tho Dawes commission, were In the city laFt niht, llu fjiu'sH of .lulin .1. Holes. Tho ifPiitlumen sire over from South MoAIihiUt on llieir way to I'ort Sill, but having busi ness In l'erry. stopped oft" here to mnlio a short visit with their friend Mr. Holes. Tho gentle men report the work of their commission as progress ing very slowly, but feel confident that thoy will have attain In such thiipo as to make a report before con gress convenes niraln. Three of the tribes arc now considering the propo sltlrn lnl.l 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. — 5 October 1894

" TvHU' ' " f f -TrW" T -fW rv sr fwrtf nmmmmmBmmmm i n i iu aili jeaJer 4 ornci.vi. uitMAX of Oklahoma hkmociiacv. OFFICK OK rUMMCATlOX, HAItlUHON AVKNIJE. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY MOftNING OCTOBER 5 1804. VOL. 3. KO aoo JC '.'I d THEIP DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS AHE STRAINED. SPECIAL CABINET COUNCILS CALLED- Tli Attack or tlio Ircnch I'roM Upon UlnUtr DtilTorln In Connortliiii With tlio Miiilnf-iucnr (Jumtlim, nml tlio lnnecrou Appearand) of tlin Munition In China Alarm .Tulimijr Hull Somewlint. I.ONDOK, Oct 4. Inquiries mado at the foreign olllco ollcitcd the in formation that tho culling' of a cabi net council has no connection what ever with tho meeting of tho French cabinot. Tho relations uotween Great Dritaln anil Franco have certainly been strained during tho past six months. Sluco the attacks of tho French press on tho Marquts of Dufferln, tho British Ambassador at 1'arls. numerous colonial questions have also given rise to friction although tho covern ment ministers would be gl...

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. — 5 October 1894

- v- -SBST TSm't HM-'WWPI THE LEADEH, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. ljc gcrtfccv lly llifi lilT l'rliillnB Company, LESLIE Q. NIBLACK. Editor. Only Muriilnc 1'npcr runlUheil In (itithrlti. OOlrlnt Orcnn nf Oklahnmn llemnrrnrjr. FI1IDAY, OCTOHEll f.. 1891. Tiik Pau.y I.kaukk accepts advertis ing with the distinct ami poltlvc guar antee Hint It has double tin wild circulation of any newspaper published hi Oklahoma. Tiik I.raiieii lliit.lr Uonp of tho lest Institutions of tho Kind In tho West nud Is daily turning out large (intimities of work. Send In your orders for binding and blank bookj and thoy will bopromplly attended to. lUllaUUirTlON KATK8. DAILT. Ono month, dollvored In city f 50 Ono month by mall 50 1'hreo months 1 W Six months 3 00 Ino yoar C Oi WKEKI.V. ix months I SO Jno year 100 For Delegate to Congress .10SEPU WISHV IlMiiocratlo County Ticket. Sheriff JUJJIUS OLDHAM Probate Judge .. .lOSKi'H MILLER County Attorney THOMAS .lON'BS County Clork .. .. F. .1. IJOLCATKR Ilcglstcf of Deed...

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. — 5 October 1894

THE JLEADEE, GQTHKIE OKLAHOMA ltC jgCttbCi U N I ONJBjjjL A BELV ItWt.KOAl) TIMK T All LB. NOllTlt HOUND. No. 401, Chlcano Express .... 7:B0 a.m. No. 403, Mi. Klvcr Express,.. l;CGp. m. Ni 422, Way Freight. 0:30 a. m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:30 p. m. SOUTH 110UN1). No. 403, Texas Express 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... 1:00 p.m. No. 423, Way Freight 1:00p.m. Passengers should procure ticket bo no gottiiiK on the train DAILY WKATHLU KOKEUASTt Special report for The Daily TjKADKh by V. J. Walters, observer United States weather bureau: Highest temperature yestenlny: 73; lowest 50. Forecast for today: Fair and sta tionary. DEATH AT A BULL FIQHT. Ono Itamltrlllo Impitloil nmt Throe Spec tators Killed In it l'nlr. New YonK, Oct 3. A special dis patch from Zacatocas,, Mexico, says that four persons were killed and many others Injured In a bull light In the little town of Mosquito, in the Btato of Jalisco, Sunday. Two bulls, both wild and ery vicious, wcro turned Into the arena 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. — 5 October 1894

THE LJEADER, GUTHKIE, OilLAHOMA. HOW COMMISSIONERS WILL UE ELECTED IN THE STRIP. 0P.H10N OP ATTORNEY-GENERAL. Il IIiiIiUTIiiiI CiiminUnldiirrmif llir New CminlhK In tlir. Strip Ar '.litlle Ity tlu Viiti-iniif mi llnllre County l.i.iiKiuul Sliorl Trrm CoininW- lnnrr Of Iii'itihI to tti- Vfitrm-I l-nr OiiliiI'Mi. Altorncj-Octu'riil tlalbrnilh linn ren dered nn opinion which cleats tiviy r reat deal of vexation In the fc'r'r counties hi rogard to the method 01 voting for i-oinmUMoncrB in those counties. Opinion has bren ilMdei' there as to whether each commission er's election would bo decided by the vote of his respective, district 01 whether a choice would depend upon the vote of the county. As n settlement of the vexed ijuci tlon the attorney general holds thai the commissioners of the new counties in the strip are elective by thu vrtcm of an entire county. The candidate receiving the highest number of votes holds for the long term, of four years, and the next two hlgheut candidal! ...

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. — 6 October 1894

Gtf Ul'l'ICIAI. rMMlAX OF OKLAHOMA IlHMOCItACY OFFICK Ulp rUllMCAYIOKt IIAllIUSOKAVKNUK. VOL. 3. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORHtttQ OCTOBER 0 1894. NO 261 MtRitt mm VpPflIlll K V . anaEBMnfvimi - V' AN INTERESTING CENSUS BUL LETIN MADE PUBLIC. THEIR POPULATION IS HOW 178,097. ChlckiMmv Lend With fi7, 000, tlie Clior- nkres Co mo Next -None of Tliciiu Are lined Neither Aro Tlioy Under Cnntrul of the llldlna Olllco Opposition to tho Crniui Takers. Special to the Lender. Washington, Oct. 5. A comprehen sive nnd inter-ostlng bulletin, pub lished in book form nnd profusely il lustrated, ,vns issued by the census ofllce, covering in detail ovory subjuot of general interest connected with tho ilvo civilized tiibos of the Indian territory, tho ChioUnsaivs, Choroltees, Uioctaws, Creoles nnd iScmiiiolci. Their aggregate population is 1 "8,007. Of this number .17,000 aro Chickasaws. The Ciierokccs come not with a pop ulation of 50,000; the Clioclaws have a population of -13,000; tho Creeks 1...

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. — 6 October 1894

ipi iiili nit. iwppww .mwmit 4y mm jjf" "3" THE UfiADEH, UCJTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. J2JM. SJlju gcafrcv j Ihn l-rintrr l'rlntlnfr Company, LESLIE Q. NIULACK. - Editor. Only .Morntnc I'npnr a'nullsbvil In tlutlirle. Mil olat Orgim tif Oklnlinnm lcmoerry. SATURDAY, OCTOHKIt 0. 1894. TilK l)Ali.l I.BAUKII accept' advertR i..,. ..in. Urn illuilnKt nnil immIUu iruai unuHi that li !ui double Urn mld circulation of ati) newspaper piililislied l.i UMaliniita. Tub I.kaiiku llititlHty I, ono of tho let Institution of the kind In tho West and Is .tnlltr 4 li nil ti ir nil 111 rim nun tlt.l tll OI WOrk. """I ." !""- .".Pw .---- - - ;,-.. Solid lit your orders mr nniiiing aim ihiiiik hooks and thoy will bo promptly atteiidod HimSOKIITION KATKS. daii.t. tinn month, delivered In city I SO Uno month by mall 50 'l'lirnn months.. 1 W Six months 3 00 no year ft 0i WKKKLV. tx months....... M Jiio Tear 1 0 For Delegate to Congress JOSEPH WISIIY Ilriuorrittlo County 1 Irket. Sheriff Probate Judge C-junly Attorn...

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. — 6 October 1894

THE LEAJDElt, GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA "V ,r UlMM 4 i" (Uc gcttiCl Il.VILHUAU TI.UK TAIH.K. NOItTlt noUNO. Nt. 401, Chlcaqo Express ,, No. 403, Me. ltlvor Express Nj422, Wuy Freight No. 420, Local Freight fcoimi lmiiND. 7:tO a. ra. , 4;00p. in. i 0:80 a. in. .2;S0p. m. No. 403, Texas lixpross 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... 1:00 p. m. No. 423, Way Freight 1:00p.m. I'assongor sliould procure tickets no ire getting on tho train VA1I.Y WKATIIHK l'OKKCAHTt Special report for Tun Daii.v Lkadkii by V. J. Wnltors, observer United States weather bureau: Highest temperature yesterday: 77; lowest 52. Forecast for today: Fair nnd sta tionary. POLITICAL POINTS. Democrats should not fall to attend tho mass mooting in tho United States court room Saturday night. A big barbecue will bo held at Mooro on Saturday, Oct. 13. Among tho speakers will be Hon. Joe Wlsuy, Col. J. W. Johnson, Judire It. V Pat terson and Hon. L. 1. Iloss. The Democrats ot Pawnee are pro paring1 to hold a rousing1 rally and ...

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. — 6 October 1894

rrzfz fi HARRY CURLU SMOTHERED AND DROWNED IN A CREEK. COUKTY BRIDGE BREAKS DOWN Willi I.'U SlrVr nml llnrry Cnrlr. re Srntf-ri mi h LomiI nf llJ " HrlilBi". tho Hlrnrlnir llr tt'ny, I'rrrtjilm. tliiK 1 1 omen mi'l WnRmi 11" III' Orrek-MrAiM Hwhiwii-Tfr- tllilr .rrlil lit An appalling accident oucnrret n o'clock Thursday evening, 1 nj. northwest of the city, tn which llnrrv Curio, n youth of ten years who Hvwi on Washington avenue In this cily, lost his life antl his companion I'evl McVny, narrowly escaped a HUo fnto. McVny, who Is a married man, re shies on the earner of Fifth street nml Washington avenue. In this city Thursday morning ho harnessed hi teitn and left town for Crescent City to brini? In u load of hoy, taking with him Harry Curie, who lived with his I parents a few doors from MoVny's homo After loading the hay McVny and tho boy stn'cd for Uuthrl.' Puring the recent heavy rains, tho county bridge over tho creek, 10 miW northwest, was washed uway, and was replaced with ...

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. — 7 October 1894

'W -ygr iiii OfFlCIAT. OIU1AN Ol' OKLAHOMA TIKMOCUACY. OrKICK OF 1'UIH.IOATION, 1I.VUUISON AVUNUIi. VOL. 3. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 7 1894. JStO 202 174 Mkt VpP ill' ir -I Jl' r nfll CANNOT ACCEPT NOMINATION OF DEMOCRATS. GIYES HIS VIEWS TO THE PUBLIC. Ho Doe, Not Wnnt to Associate With lotltlcliins Whom Ilo Ilns Hereto fore I'might 1I;U a Good Word to Kay for Hill anil Hopes for His Success Mt the Coming IMcctlou. II1100KI.YN, X V. Oct C The fol lowing' letter from Judge Gaynor, de clining' tho nomination for the ofllooi of judge of tho court of appeals, was made public last evening. 'Hon. J. W. Hinckley. "llrooklyn, X. Y., Oct. 5. Dear Sir: The reasons which I publicly assigned for not wishing to become tho nom lnoo for governor, precludes mo from accepting auothor place on the ticket, and I am thorcforo cqnstrained to decline, tho nomination for judge of tho court c? -appeals as grateful as I feel for it, and as much as I (should liko to hold a place of so much ...

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