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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 17 March 1894

MB DA.1.LV LtiADKU, CR'TOtUl-:, OKLAHOMA. iimni-ii ill , -a ' it r AFTEPMATH OFTHE PAPIS EX PLOSION. WENT OFF TOO SOON. Attempt to lllo Up tin, Clnirili of Hip Mumlelluo vml 1'ixnlMt- Mulltu fur tin- Ol-f-ll. Ni:w Yoiik, March 10. A dispatch from Paris to-day gives a full account of yesterday's bomh explosion. The explosion occurred about an hour before tho regular time for Lenten iifteruoon services and few people were in the i-hurch at the time. Jit consequence, the wretch was the only victim of his madness. It Is the general belief that the An nrchist was lurking in the structure with a bomb under his coat waiting for the assembling of the worshippers, when in some way the chemicals nolo juried and the explosion followed. As soon as the explosion occurred a crowd of people rushed into the church for many cries were heard from the Interior. The place was filled with smoke and the shrieks and groans of apparently a number of wounded people could be heard. tin: wkktcii iionitim.v mv...

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. — 17 March 1894

Tin: haii.y i.kaoi:':. hit.ihik, okiaiioma. WMMI,,wtMwww p mmi bwmwiwi ww' lww"p- 1 1 i rraiwicinniinimrTiCTM- iii'HUMm i him niiMimiimww numim ii iiiuiii ri nmr inn iFrimimiTnTiTiTrnrrrnminrrr TnrTrrnrriiTTTTmTrTrnTm "' '" raffigj a3i2KOTAS5ffi Desperate efforts arc being made by merchants to capture the track- of the unguided. They go as far as to advertise themselves the cheapest, the most complete and most popular houses, when they know themselves that We Show More Fine Merchandise than Any 3 Stores in Guthrie I' R ' n f UiH-IH " fc .JtfjHl P"8 W EK3B,BS1 Sg Iv VJ' vJ' 1 . I h. Hmw Bnmm fnWX i I ! i S 1 ' 9 5 - 'i t ! t i " r V IT i h?( Hi! W t'l a It took them a whole year's time to accomplish what we did in our first four weeks' career among you, to be the pride of the city. Wc pay out more for wages to our employes (factory included) in four weeks than they do in a whole year. We Have No One-Price System the Year Round, But if One Price Don't Move the Goods, Another Does. You...

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. — 18 March 1894

? (Mhrte I HAS ARRIVED. jt't"t'9'Mt4"fc't a. STYLISH, ELEBAHT-MAuE S IDT I "3?" .; VISIT foUR' SPRING STOCK? -or- HUITIN(18 AND TItOVSr.UIXOS S) j Pattern tu 1'lc nue All Tnlf. ?W ILLIS, THE TAILOR, -- WILLIS, The Ta.lo 10,1 Oklnliinim Annuo. a Inn (iHlntintna A trans. Ori'M'K OP I'l Hl.trATION. IIABHIHOI All'AI V.. $bt,'&i4'; - -t xxJSx'JxSxJ' SffKT ID VT TUB COST-OFFICR AT OUTIlKIS, Oc is Skcond-class Matte. vvNmm VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARC1 1 1 1S, 180-L NO -7. t"t $'$$' t4t"$4-i$M$ ti-$ $$$ jf & .v. 9 3j PI' IB 1 1 11 d v ' 1' H.-3y (ail! r v V r fsS W Sprin o AND Stsner 1894. We are now ready to su T YOU. Our spring and sum mer suitings have arrived. The PATTERNS are the BEST in QUALITY and STYLE that the factories have been able to make. With REPUTATION as to ITT and WOUKM NS-UP established. all 've ask is foi you to rail and ex- atnine our stock. Can please you. Hi L 214 New Ycrk Clothier WEST OKLAHOMA. The Kandy Kitchen - -AT 117 Oklahoma Avonuo....

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. — 18 March 1894

T hi pw- 3 .lt C - ! M til in 41 FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLKS, SKF. V. M. i he geafccv omciAt. PArr.n or i.nas cqustt. I UY HOY HOFFMAN. SUNDAY. MAItCH is. 1601. KAIL.KOAU T1.MK TA1ILK. MIltTlI nolTSD. No. 400, Chlchnso Express.... 5:45 a.m. No. iOi, M. Itlver Kxprons... 3;S0 p. m. No.4. Way 1'relKht 7:U n. in. No. 4S1, Local Freight S:p. m. SOl'TII IHIU.MI No. tno, Texas Exprw No. 407, Oklahoma Express 11:10 p. ra. .I3:Mp. in. . 1 :0B i. m. No. 1M, Way Freight. l'asseneors should procure tickets bo om catting on the train. HKMOtHtATIU TICKirr. For Mayor C. U. ljorner Clerk ....M. It. Cherry l'tri toe.) wipe Attorney Tronurer AsfsH.r .Tatu-M if the l'enea A.. I. Deal 1. A. linker W. A. Frailer ....tuning Oldham I A. m A. .1. Sampell r . uarreti ..It W. trvln ..II. i. l'acc Contatm-s j " '"" ran crrv ootxeii.MK.v. Hrat ward W. II. Oray -w,i .i J Short fc-rm 15. II. Ca n enter s,WKl wnt Imiu term .1. A. Overbuy Third ward Oeorce Cooler Fourth waid A. II. Klchmoml Fifth ward Leo lloinsher F...

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. — 18 March 1894

sr TILE DAILY LEADER, CU'TIUUE, OKLAHOMA. Y !l ? DRECKINniDGB'g LIFE EXPOSBD. DUAL WEDDED MRS. WING IN APRIL LAST. Ami Rn In l'til.llrly Marriott Ilrr In .lulr, At thp Hrtnio llino Sncnrlni; In Mnkn Atmtlirr IIU Hire lliitlrlliin I'ol- lnrtl liikpn tho Ylltnc Slmiil In Hit Own ltrli.tlf l)a. fondiint'a I'lonilhiLM. Nr.vv YoilK, March 17. A cnrttflnnt of the marriage of Congressman V. C. I'. Hreckinridge of Konlucky to Mrs. Louisa 13. S. Whiff, dutud April SO. 1MI3. was sent to thu health de partment ycstonlay from tho residence in tills city of the Rev. Dr. .lohn It. l'axton, formerly of tho West Prcnbv terinn church. It sets fortli that I)r. l'axton olllcinted and thut Die cere mony was witnessed by Eleanor N. Collier and Mary L. l'axton. It is thought that the document may .play an important part in Miss Pol lard's suit against Congressman Hrockinridge. The congressman was publicly married to Mrs. Wing last July, but since tho tr'al of the present uit in Washington it had been hin...

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. — 18 March 1894

THE DAILY LEAPER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. mmwmwmwmmwmwmmmmwmmm immm mwmmammwmmmmw I i XL M ; sm t -1 OR tOTE3 wgi&tkmi!xaa& i I I ! ! I I I I I 1 t I Hi k Bf e ? ft V 't M I M M a 14 (T H i l! L ' ' J 1 I i j-, 1 I fcj M Desperate efforts arc being made by merchants to capture the trade of the unguided. ,They go as far as to advertise themselves the cheapest, the most complete and most popular houses, when they know themselves that We Show More Fine Merchandise than Any 3 Stores in Guthrie It took them a whole year's time to accomplish what we did in our first four weeks' career among you, to be the pride of the city. We pay out more for wages to u- r employes (factory included) in four weeks than they do in a whole year. We Have No One-Price System the Year Round, But if One Price Don't Move the Goods, Another Does. You are told of a fine stock of goods being shown at the so-called most popular houses, at the same time telling you clothes pins Ic, thimbles lc, and 2lAc dress sta...

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. — 21 March 1894

i,cT,jpr U k&f tM't'H-i-i-st-ir-J HAb ARRIVED. 2 ron v -f i otm ton nrnMT iminr I u I I LI II II" IT ml I It ft A 1 1 1 a- ?OUR SPRING OK STOCK 10 0 i CLCU R -V UC5 ' icj s 2cB i I' SUITINGS AND TllOrsmitXIlS l'attrr to I'lcnte All Tmtri. A WILLIS, THE TAILOn.l icn WILLIS, The Tailor. fp 103 Oklnl.oiun Attune. t - - - -- JtJ45-JtsJ.x5I4 StfiM i3 ,r t Pjir-OiTicit at Ooriimr, Ok ts Secohd-ciass Mattkk ton OklitliimiH Arntir. nnii-i'tn ft ut.H'utiiv iMitnisoN ui'Mi:, ?'e.?M,is5'?' VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCMh J1 1804. NO S.) I V;S I (Stothrfe Cmi'Wr i Wiil,! I 4 5 t i ' It f 'S EFFORTS TO BRING THE MAT. TKR TO A FOCUS. LETTERS FROM WILLIS. COL CONE DOING SOME GOOD WORK. The llo.nl of 1 rmlo Coininlttrn to Meet Tomorrow mid A i-runRd'hum for llreit- '"C Mueum llilllillnB on the (lor. crninvnt Aitu-A Mutter Hint " tlio Cltlum f (imlirlo Shoulil Not Limn Hlglit of. The museum mutter is once more assuming tangible siapc nnd it is now almost curtain that Uutl.ri...

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. — 21 March 1894

tfOft AilS'l'MCtS 01- TifLiiB, SiiE W. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK PjijTi"rJl.LL-HIKlniiiir-rfliiilnrii lli)liiiliiiWIIiliilulWMUUinrtliiuiiiniiiirtJiijiti'iiiM'",'liJ. iuvmini'n,inwi'.i. u.mi.au mmiimm unnnjirimnijiLj i iuhiwm uh mmiam aw iiii njnw he geafcev OFFICIAL I'Al'FM, OF LOGAN Citl'NTT. I1Y HOV tlOKKMAN. WlSDNl'.SDAY, MAKCII it, 18SU. K.MIJtOAl) TIMK TAIII.K. ' KflltTll 110UNI). Nt. 400, Clilehago KxproM.... 5:15 a. m. No. 403, M-. Ulvor ISxpross... 3;S0 p. m. No.432. Way rrolRht 7:oo n. m. No. UK), Local Tn-lKht S:)p. in. . Hlltllll 1K1UNII. No. Ml, 'IVxa Kxprun 11 :10 p.m. Nn. Iirr, Oklahoma KxpliMW....Ii':Ki p. tit. No. 13, Way Fii'liiht 1:05 p. in. l'agmiKura slioiiltl tirocurii tickets bo nioKuttltig ou tlm train. IMl.MOOItA I 10 TIIJKirt'. 1'orMnjfir C Hnnipr Ctcik M. H.UIii'iiy Poller .IiuIro -A. .1. Deal Attorney ..I. A. linker Tienmier N.A. I-rajlor Aiwsor Iiinlus Oldham Justice of tho IVuirn ConMahh ) A. .1. MlllipeM 1 I). P. llnnett It. V. It vino II. II. Pace i...

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. — 21 March 1894

.-- 'JMAU DAUAf LIUAJJJiH, UU'MlUJi!, UkLAllUMA faiytaa mwmnMfiiMWhm C01I l K GOUIY ,IUDOE DIEPER AND CLERK HAV .IGHOHSTilN ,CH ARQE. KILLS OF JUSTICE DO BUSINESS. I lrt Term of t'mirt-A Omul Slinl Ilnrkct. A Nutuhrrof Cites I tpiunl of-I.Itt of lh Attofiuji Admitted. Tlio first term of district court lu K county begun ui Xcwlilrk Monday u 10 a ji. l'oor reception for tlic cour occasioned Rome delay lu sei'itrlii! rooms unil the quarters Hnally ob tallied arc voty undesirable, ltut the lawyers arc exceptionally (food nn tured and together with- tire "tvnriu Ifcniality of tlie proplc makes up any -VAMi JSorti'iiMlii(fs wlitcli aro un avoidable011 noooutit of the general jiovness" of tiling. Many figures familiar and promin ent at the Oklahoma bar were present. Ainoug them wore Allc t Carrutliers. Volney Hoggntt, -Stewart Decker, J tt. Kcaton and Sam Ovcrstrcet Judge Hlerer Is keeping up his Nancy Hanks (fait in untying legnl problems. He has already cleared up the United States cases...

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. — 21 March 1894

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, rr snn: t Awtins. L ' bkuh;i:s, AtToknuv at Law, Qalf ni Hetlallti, Mo.) Onire-Hoom 17, Orny llros.' Ilrock, III- Mnn "drool. I. II. Kkatu.n. .Ino. II. Coniiii.vi,. JFATON & COTTKRAL, AnnRtmi AT l.UV. Outline, Oklahoma. Itnoms 1.2 nml tt, :utpnmtliiml Loan ami Trust itulltlliiit, Oklahoma Ave., up. U. S. Kami ofllco. T-T M. ADAMS, A1, LAWYER. Up stairs, opposite postoflicc. v Late of West Virginia. Allorney and Counsellor at Law. Hn? - i oxitorli'iico as lawyer nf 31 years In v-.t Virginia. Olllco Kmulnll building oj)jK-lt? l'ost-ofllcn. Rooms 17 and 18 J7 1. HURL1NGAME, Attorney at Law, Looan County Adstracts. Oklahoma avenue, opposite Land ofllco. (luthrlc, Olr. QEORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twelve Yearn K.ipertence. Satisfaction (luaraiitrril. l'ritnpt ami Hf.; fluent IFerrlce. Krfcrenceii: Central I.anJ Officer., Okla n uni a Terrlturjr. J S. JONES & SON, Attorneys at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Went ot Capitol National Hank IlulldluR. Joxe...

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. — 22 March 1894

(fttttyti 0UR SPRING STOCKf I $SU1T1XUS ANIJ TKOUHKUINOsS X l'nttrrna to 1'lrane All Taitm. X WILLIS, THE TAILOR, 10S OklHlioinsi Attnur. O STYLISH, ELE6AHT-MA0e WILLIS, Tlic Tai inn miniifimt ,iHur. Hf- thc Pd9r Oppicr at OaritKiE, Ok is Srcomd-class Matter. OITIC'K OP I'tTIIMCATlON, II ItltlfMIN AVr.Nltl!. $ VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH i2 o ) 181)1 no, i i I HAS ARRIVED. J Si i X I SUNDRY CIVIL BILL M IT PASSES THE HOUSE WITH OUT DIVISION. ANOTHER DEADLOCK IS IK SIGHT. ,- The Itrpubtltnin rilllitmtrr on tlio .'Mo tion tu T iiko tip t lid loy-O'N'cill i tlon ('ntrt I'rnm M. I.iiiil,. DmiiorrntOliMt I'l-mlmx I heir Onn Quorum All I cute of Almnu-o 1()UqU Washington, March 21. The sun dry civil appropriation bill was passed by tho house yesterday without divis ion. Tlio amendment to the proposi tion for tin general land of fice, amending tlio provis'on of tho act of 18.H, repealing the timber culture and pre-emption acts, which was adopted in the committee at t...

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. — 22 March 1894

FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SKEW. M. (Kite gcafcct OFFICIAL FArEff OF I.O0AX COUXTT. UY HOY HOFFMAN. TIlfRSnAV. MAItCU .'S. 1S94. IlAILHOAl) TIJIK TAltLE. SOUTH noCXD. Nt. s05, Chlchago Express.... 5:4S a. m. No. s03, Ms. Hiver Express... 3;90 p. m. So.m, Way Freight 70. ro. No. 480, Local Freight !: p. m. SOCTH IKU-JfD. No. 403. Texas Kxpres 11:10 p.m. No. 407. Oklahoma Express.... 1:S6 p. ro. No.45J.Way Preleht 1:05 p.m. Passengers shoaW procure tickets be ore petting on the train. DKMOCKATIC T1CKKT. For Mayor X. O. Horner Clark... M. . Cherry PoWee Judge ..A.J. IXwl Attorney J. A. llaker Treasurer W. A. Knitter Assessor Junius Oldham Jstlees et tin. Peace $; fc K ,, I It. W. lrvln Constables ,j ,ae ' ron CtTT OOirNCIUIKN. Kim ward W. II. Gray ca r.i J Short terra K. H. Carpenter Second ward j JjMg tonn j A Overbuy Thlnl ward George Cooley Fourth waid A. II. Richmond Fiflh ward l.ee llomsher ron school hoard. FIrUward W. S. HnnteJ Second ward J. It. Larw-dl Third ward Krank OItnlth ....

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. — 22 March 1894

o T' fc -s r twiin - H - THE MATRIMONIAL YOKE SEWARD TOWNSHIP. IN A PLANING HILL BURNE. DOWN. A I'lmi' V lu.il ut Six TliuHit.tii I Dollar lh-tr il wld. Xiii Dullurl Ii.riir aurc I ) t- ( 1 1 1 y Mnr-liul .Jo. p 12 I -ii IT r h M..inid IIhiiiI-miiiI liy u l'i In. mi r I'll in All Ihjm. Will Lulz, formerly a deputy United riiatct, ttiarliul. wui brought to the city und lodged iu the federal jull hibt nljfht by Red Lucas. I.utz was ar rested Monday near I'awnee by Deputy United States Marshal .loo Euds Luiz became recalcitrant aud obstreperous and taking olTun&u nt EadV action, bhot the deputy through the hand with a Winchester, causing an ugly, but not dangerous, wound. Joseph Webster was lodged In the federal jail yesterday to servo a thirty days' terra for house-breaking. Ho was fceutenced by Judge Mere- at NewUIrlc. Charles II. Leninger was taken to Perry by Chief Deputy Hale yesterday to ttund preliminary examination for perjury. PLANING MILL BURNED. Th Plant nf Jnhimia llroi...

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. — 22 March 1894

Tliti DAlLV LEADM, GUTH1U32, OKLAHOMA iu ! rwiwmlwnfW Ji.itMMi'iiifii,(ilrttafeetfciiiiiiiiiurnnnwa PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, LAWYERS. L 1- BRIDGES, At roiiNEY at Law, (Lata of Sodalla, Mo.) Ofllco Itoom IT, Oray Pros.' lllock, Di vision street. J. It. KbATON. .'NO. 11. CUTTKKAI.. JEATON & COTTERAL, Attokneyj at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rooms 1. 2 nml 3, International Loar. and Trust llulldiiig, Oklitlioma Avi'., op. V. S. l.miil olllco. t-T M. ADAMS, xx' LAWYER. Up stairs, opposite postofficc. W i?. nvER, vv Lntoof Wctt Virginln. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. lias . -.. cxnnrlonco a lawyer of 21 years In Wit vligliila. Ofllco Kendall building opposite Post-oWce. Rooms 17 and 18 J 1'. BURLING AM E, - Attorney at Law, Logan County Abstracts. Oklahoma avenue, oppoalto Land ofllce. Guthrie, Ok. QEORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twelte Yearn Kxprrtencc. Satisfaction 'Guaranteed, l'rnmpt and Kt-Z tUlent ferrlce. Reference! Central Land Officers, OUU noma Territory. p S. JONES &...

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. — 23 March 1894

6444444A$44$$b&4 (Guthrie Z HAS ARRIVED. tilt) fmcx, OUR SPRING STOCK STYLISH, ELEGAHT-MADEI Z OF "SUITINGS AND TllOt'SIMtlNOS S5TCJ3CT 3 HIT 1 WILT, IS, The Tailor. j Kin Okhthninit Asrntlo. 1'attarnt to Pirate All Tite. WILLIS. THE TAILOR, 105 Ok I uli dm a Avriitir. J 2 Mtii-$fctifi$. Eutrkbo at the PosrOrricK at RuTitila, Ok is Secohd-clah Matti. orrici: or itiii.h-ation. iiakuison ai:ni'i:. ti-$&Wxii&$$&t$$.trfr$4Q. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY MORNING, "MARCH 21, 1894. NO. 91. (g) . . 1 IDCE 81. MISS POLLARD'S CROSS-CXAM-INATION FINISHED. HER SIDE OF THE CASE IS NOW HADE. The I)r renin Outllnrd liy Co), hlivlby Tlin rromlse at Marring! Liiiplnilltallt' Drnlptl Miss I'Dltiiril'i Iiiiioimh t AIm. Ilcnlxl - Tim I'lHliitlfT III 1'lrst In An-ost Mr. llrrikhirlitce. Washington, March 22.-The exami nation of Miss l'ollard was finished yesterday afletansweringa few uiiiin- port ant questions, and she immediate- ly left the courtroom The Breckinridge fotccs were in...

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. — 23 March 1894

a -x.r w FOR ABSTRACTS Of- FITLEb. SEE W, XI. r i i j i . - i - -i- -i i. i i r i - -irr iiw i i hi m - mirrT-rti rr-i-.i-Tiii t-. -nm n s ipu mmm i dUtc cabcx ornci-x rArcB or LOO juc corsTT. BY HOY HOFFMAX. FRIDAY. MARCO -'J UK KAIL.HO AD TIME lAIILH. 5XJKTH MTO. Xc. if. Cuieha- Expr... X. . M. River Bi press.. 'n.m. Way Frelsbt Xo. tin. Local Freicht JOCTH bocsi. No. V. Tex BipreM Xa. T. U-laboma Express. . . . : p. a. I . T'O) a. ta. . .-: p. m .ll.Mp.a. .l-:p. . Xa 43. t ay rreieat j :ts . a. P-snrrj should procure ticket be pre In. ere retting oa tie tra tlflMfiriLATIC TicKirr. JrMar Clert: l'oHeJadrr AttortMT Trt-iM-nr Asvesaar Jatlees of t! l'ace C. O. Honw M Caerrr M i jd3 ::::::::::: : j k. ux Jal OMkaai A. J. SaMptell t U. P. Ovnra R. W. IrvbK Hi). Paee MVUHC! roBCTTT OOl'5CILv. Yrl rtl .. ,...-, Sbort tera H H. Crpeavr s00,,,d WM i Loec tr J. A. OtWbar IU .- urSLZlZL TWrd J- . 'ff5E5!3 Pw-rt J - M KfcTS5! Ilftb trai. " rOE kmm-X. WAR. FtrtfwartJ W. S. Haale. - iia irfl i...

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. — 23 March 1894

?L v - JiijMQyif REPUBLICAN ELEQTtON COM MISSIONERS KNOCK OUT THE POPULISTS. ONLY A MERE TECHNICAL ERROR. Brurrrj-, Hit I)Miim-riitr Mrmlii r I)lrnl A I'artj lllrfriirlilfit t'pmi llli erftlilp I'rft. r -llnoi'sr at mo I'oll. trill r.-llnT Tlio (J nut )rt In lu Work. Yefctcrdny thu board o' election commissioners canvuvcd thu returns from thu various nominating conren tlons, and knocked out thu entire Pop ulist ticket on account of slight irreg ularity. The board consists of three members, two Republicans 1- SeUus and & 11. Renfro and one Demo crat, W. K II Searcey, Jr. Mr. Searcey moved that the Populists bu allowed to ajionil, but was powencss before the Hupubllcau majority. Mr. Searcey then dissented and his opinion is given in full balow. The following notice was served on the chairman and secretary of the People's party convention: To V. M. Shlppy, Chairman, and Leo Vincent, Secretary of the People's party convention: Gentlemen: You are notified that the ticket nominated by...

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. — 23 March 1894

, PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, LAWYERS. L 1 BRIDGES, Attounhv at Law, (Lato of Scdalla, Mo.) Oflico lloom 17, Oray Hros.' Wook, Di vision street. J. It. KKATO.V. JNO. II. CoTTIIRAI.. EATON & COTTERAL, Attornevj at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rooms I. 3 nnd a, International Loan ami Trust ituildliig, Oklahoma Ave, op. U. S. Land nfllco. T-T M. ADAMS, -- LAWYER. Up stairs, opposite postofficc. vv Latoof West Virginia. Altorney and Counsellor at Law. lias . experience as lawyer of 21 years In V-t VlrRliila. Onico Kendall building opposite Post-ofllce. Rooms 17 and 18 J7 P. BURLINGAME, Attorney at Law, Logan County Abstracts. Cklahomn, avenue, opposite Land ofllce. Outhrlo, Ok. QEORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twelve Years Experience. Satisfaction iftuaratitrcd. I'roniiit and Kl-Z lKleut .S-tfTlce. References! General Land Officers, Okla noma Territory. 'P S. JONES & SON, Attorneys at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma. West of Caj.ltol National Hank IlnlldlnR. Joseph Wlebjr. C. G, llornor. ...

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. — 24 March 1894

J till) ''&t'" ,$a$a$4$C '. Iff Viv-J t HAS ARRIVED. OUR SPRING STOCKS -OF- &UITIXUS AMI THOlIsr.lUNOS $ X l'ittriii to rienne All THitr. JWILLIS, THE TAILOR, V 103 Oklahoma Avenue. a, 4t44 i'im T STILISH, ELEGANT-MADEl S TEX 2C TS? M-HC "WILMS. The Tailor. 2 Q J tils Oklnlinmit ArruiiPa , nrncr. or i'I'iimcation, iiauuiros aviexiti:. sS-VS&'i44v?t! Kntbrkd at m PosrOrrrci at GOTttntK, Ok is Second-claii Mattbi. VOL. 2 GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1804. NO. fl trtljrie 4TV- flk ene 2fl if if tenner. h.A v; ,, If' t s J.. K ncnirm E. THE PACIFIC ROADS PROBLEM. Tun l ir of Charity tif llio XoimtooiI 1 ii iliin Ah;Iiiiii Nrnr C'liulmmtl II pii That Tlicj llivp Xo ltrcol- 1 (linn nf Mln 1't.lUril llrlns uu I innate nf Tlmt liMtltti- tloil, us Shs CI timed. llou.r CommHtermon Hiving the Matter Knrnctt Attention. ' I Wasiiinoto.v, March 28. Conspicu ous attention hns been given to the TRYINQ TO BREAK DOWN MISS Pacific railway question by Iho nutn POLLARD'S CA...

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. — 24 March 1894

55 JvJ FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SKEW. iM. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY. s . t&ltc gcafcct OFFICIAL rAPRlt OF I.OOAJJ COUNTT. UY HOV IIOIKMAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1891. KAII.KOAI) TIMi: TAltl.K. XOItTll HOUND. Nc. 400, ChlcliftRO Express.. No. 4H, M Oliver Express No.422, Way FrolRlit No. 430, Local Freight SOUTH I10UXI). No. 403, Toxns Express No. 407, Oklahoma Express., Vn. J. W Frnlcht , 5:45 a. m. 3;S0 p. m. 7:00 a. m. .'-:20 p. m. 11:10 p.m. 12:65 p. m. 1:05 p. in. Vatspngcrs should nrocuro tickets bo orocottltiR on the train. IIKMOUUATIO T1CKKT. For Mayor C. (1. Horner Clerk M. 11. Cherry l'ollco .1 uuge a. .i . ueai Attornoy. .1. A. Maker Treasurer Assessor Justices of the l'enco Constahlos j W. A. Fralor , Junius Oldham I A. .1. Hampipll 1 1). F. Garrett R. V. Irvlno 11. il. l'nco KOIl CITY COUNCII.MK.V. First wnrd w. II. Gray ,,! ,,f,i J Short term K. 1. Carpenter - " iioug term .i. a. uvornay Third wanl Grorito Cooley Fourth waul A. H. Richmond Fifth war...

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