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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 18 April 1894

nil PROBLEM WHAT WILL WASHINGTON WITH COXhY'S ARMY? DO THAT IS THE GREAT QUESTION HOW. The Autliorilloi, Ilolh CItII nml Military, Studying tha Situation They 1'luU J'lrnty nt I.nv mi (tin Statute llooki Dcnllng M ltd tlio Mut ter Thn Outlook for tho Army Not Very llrlght. Wariiinoto.v, April 17. Washington authorities, civil nutl military, are be ginning to take an active Interest In the arrival of Coxcy's army. As the conuiomvcal approaches, and the sto ries of detachments from various clttcs bsgln to bo authenticated, the outlook for a rather troublesome problem for tho district authorities to solve be comes brighter. The question is: What will become of the Coxevltes after they disband? Tho individual members of tho army will be without means to get out of the city, andOcn- J oral Coxoy himself has disclaimed ail Intention of leading aw ray tho men he brings in. It begins to look as though the men might encamp In the Dis trict, and practically bay to the au thorities: "Hero we 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. — 18 April 1894

KijgjjHjLj ' m zSS23 LOCAL 3IELANUU. Hoard of Trade to-ulftht. Cyclone cellars aro ionablo. bocotnlng fa&U- A lie ml tlio Hoard of Trado tonight. iuccUiir A mad dog was killed near the Santa Fo depot yesterday. Two prisoners escaped from tho To cutmeh jail tho other night. Mol Hansorae, who was shot during a claim fight, died yesterday. Tho Capital City dancing club will dance next Wednesday evening School Land Commissioner lUlncoe took in ?l,4uo yesterday duo on default lands. Miss Lizzie Parsons Is acting as court fitenocranlicr In district court for r few days. Tickets aro now on sale at Wallace A; Mullcr's drug store for the public school entertainment. Dr. 1'inquard is attending K W. Mc Combs who fell from a scalTold at the Pabst plant Monday night. "Dick" Cummins has just sent Into Washington another batch of churges against uovcrnor iicntrow In tho gizzard of a chicken killed at Kingfisher trulay, a gold ungget, valued at 85, was found. Tom J. Taylor, formerly of Chan dle...

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 April 1894

r mj, - x. nthrit I HAS ARRIVED. iOUR SPRING STOCK I t or Z SDITI.NOi AND THVSniNUB $ ISTTLISH. ELEGANT-MADE rnn A I S'STZ'X1 ratt.ru. t n.ai. All Taitei. A JVILLIS, THE TAILOn.f 10 Oklahoma. Avenue. m... . r 44 QNTBRan 4T t PoST-OfMCI AT QUTMIta, OK in SlCOKD-CLAti Mattbi. "VHIT WILLIS, The Tailor. 10. Oklnlimtiii Avenue. jL (II'FICK III' l'CHLICATION, HAltltlSON AVUNUK. Ji$!$5$S$$JS&$$S5. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1894. ISO Hi (lillll 4 ,A III THE HOUSE RAKES OVER THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION. A LIYELY DEBATE PP3CIP1TATED. A Motion Made lu IJtrllie Out the Af lriirlHtloii -.r Mlnltcr Willis' Bal- nrjr HtnrtH. the 1111 Holllng Other"? Lata Wmhln(jto News of (leneral Interest. Washington, April 20. At tlic opening-of the liouso yesterday on motion of .Mr. Dalzcll, a bill authorizing the c'ty of Pittsburg- to construct a bridge across tlic Mouongnhela river was passed. On motion of Mr. Kcllly, Democrat, charmau of the committee on 1'aclflc railroads, tho fol...

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 April 1894

. , ,., f & FOR ABSTRACTS OP TITLES, SEE W. M. mKftm &)c $cnbcr. UY IIOY HOFFMAN. SATURDAY. APRIL tl. ISM. K.ULKOA1) T1MK TABLE. noktr rorxn. No. 408, Chlehnpo Express.... 5:411 .ra. No. 403, M. River Kipros... S;Kp.n. No.423. Way Freight 7:tO.. m. No. 4S0, Local FrelRht S:fl)p. m. poith novxn. No. 403, Texas Kipre. 11:10 p. m. No. 407, Oklahoma Exprr l!:i5p. tn. No. 423, War Frelcht 1:05 p.m. Paenpers should procure ticket be ire petting on the train. Tho Dally Loader nccopts advertising with tho distinct ind posltivo guarantoo thdt It has double tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub lished in Oklahoma. Tho Loader Blndory is onoof tno best Institutions of the kind in th West and is daily turning out largo quantitlos of work. Send In your ordors for binding and blank books and Ihoy will bo promptly at tended to. StmSCIUITION HATES. DAILY. One month, delivered In city I SO One month by mall SO 'Ihrce months 1 50 Six months 3 00 One year 6 00 WKK1U.V. tx months f SO dee y...

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 April 1894

? SENATORS FEEL ALARMED. TAKE A SEHIOUS VIEW OF THE COXEY MOVEMENT. A PROCLAMATION HAY BE ISSUED. Tlin Opinion freely KiprrMcd That Cod- '" C'nnnot Afford anil Should Do Nothing Looking to tho Km tcnnnec of the Army While In Washington The Colorado Contingent. Washington, April 20. Inquiry con cerning the proceedings of the execu tive session of the senate dcvclopes the fact that senators t-tko a moru serious view of the prospective gather ing of Coxyltes anil others hero than the first report would seem to Indi cate. Tho opinion is expressed by senators who participated in tho executive proceedings that in view of precedents and the emergency that is likely to arise, President Cleveland would be justified in issuing a proclamation warning the men now ou their way to the city in connection with Coxey's movement that the authorities will be prepared to require the strictest observance of order. The opinion is also freely ex pressed in tlie senate and was ad vanced in executive sessio...

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 April 1894

p MMrikfaawAa IMIti LEADEU, GUTHRiiiJ, OKLAHOMA, HE fljDIH. SENSATIONAL ELOPEMENT OF TWO PROMINENT PERSONS. RECTOR WITHERELL'S BAD BREAK. lie Kloprn From Nlllliii.tir Willi a Mttrrlrcl Woman. I.cnlnR n Wife nml On C'hlltl Ilehlnd-KcT. Wltlirrall Wan llrclor if the KpUcopal ChnrcU llrrn Lut Yvar-No Clnw t Ihe Mlaslnr Couple. Hector Edwin C. Wltherell, of the Kplscopal church at Stillwater, has fallen from grace, llo has oloped from thatclty with Mrs. Anna Stovens, the wife of another mau, leaving his wife and child behind. Although this very sensational affair occurred several days ngo, tho news did not leak out until yesterday, when Mrs. Wlthorell, tho desortcd wife, and child came to this city from Stillwater, and sought protection and 'comfort at tho home of good Ilishop llrooke of this city. Stillwater people as well as those of this city are still Ignorant of the affair, and this announcement will drop as a thunder bolt from a clear sky. Tho homes of Mr. Wltherell and Mr. Steven...

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 April 1894

(JSnttrw (Searfet 'AS ARRIVED. I $ ion a S STILISH, ELEGART-MADEi as "cj i "at" I VWT S "W1TL1S. The Tailor I SPRING STOCKg t OF- 1'GB ANO TnKIHniNG I'aU to 1'lvate All Taatc. Z WILLIS. THE TAILOR, I lot Ok ulioln Amine. 1 4, Kin (IUIiiIuiiiiu Atintw. $ EnrtxiD 4T mi Post-Officii at Quthi, Oc ti 3bcond-ci.au Mattbi. tllTICRtir l'l'llLlCAlION, HAllUIBON AVUNUK VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OJLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1804. NO 117 (lz7 cr 4 t r- i) Washington authorities READY FOR COXEY. SERGEANT AT AIMS BRIGHT TALKS. Tim Army Will lie Allnnocl .VII tho Liber ty Lnjojrd by Othor CHIkmk. hut lint 1'art of tlio I'riigrani nlllnsr for AtiiiIiIIiik on tlm I upltol htel" 111 Not lie I', rmlt trd IuIm Committee A HOLY MOVEMENT. 'I Washington, April 21. The senato Committee on rules wa In consulta tion yesterday with Chief of Polico 3Ioore and Sergant-at-Arms Ilright f the senat, concerting the proj ective arrival of Coxey and hla fob oners ami other organization of the same character reported 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. — 22 April 1894

FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SEE W. MRS alWIUaffMWIMM'tK'yWMBWW'Mlt''MltU''lJiJJl Jja gcabcv nv nov noppMAN. HlMUY, APRIL ?3. 18SM. llWI.UOAlf TIMK TA1ILE. NORTH HOUND. No. 400, Chlchi?o Express.... ft:45 ft. ra No. 403, Mi. lliver Kxprcss... 3sM p. m No.423. Way Krolcht 7:00 n. m No. 410. Local Freight 2:50 p. m. SOUTH HOUND. No. 403, Tcxns Kxprcss llMOp.m No. 407, Oklahoma Express... .13:55 p. m N.'ii i'"1 Wnv Prplvlit...... 1:03 I), in Tasti'imiT uliuuM procure tickets bti- re ttuttliiK on the train. Tho Dally Loader ucenpts advertising with tho distinct ind nosltlvo guarnntoo that Ithasdoublotho paid Iftifcif latlon of any nowspapertfpub- T? llshod in Oklahoma. I r ivt fl -:w N, The l.ondor Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In tho Wost and Is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Sond In your orders for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at tended to. 8U1IS0KI1T1ON 11ATKH. DAILV. fln mnntli rinllvnrcd In cltv .....f 60 rinn mnnth hv mall W Thrco...

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 April 1894

K " Vi--34 PEFFER'SCOXEKRESOLDIiON IT WAS IN ROUQHLY HANDLED THE SENATE. SENATOR HAWLEY HAS MO USE FOR IT BaSaTUgiilr UenouiiPttMr. Allen' Spteih at Aurchltlc 11 Duel Nut lit tlete lliu Coniuioiiwtitlrr" ar the I'ropl Smeritl litrltT Kpeechva I'nloaiteri Other Washington Ncvrs. Washington, D. C., April 20. When the Bonatu was called to order yester ilay Mr. Sherman from the committee on foreign relations reported ti bill for the correction of nn error in the llchrhig ca hill recently passed, lly the substitution of the wrrtl "eikcltt sivo" for "liichiHir" the Intention of the not, he Mild, hnd born entirely changed. The hill was passed The resolution introduced recently by Senator Allen, calling on the sec retary of the treasury for the amount of appropriations made and expended for the iniprnrcincnts of rivers and harbors from March II, 1 837, to date was passed. The l'elfcr resolution for the ap pointment of u reception committee for Corey's army of the commonweal, to hi Uuown in ...

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 April 1894

TLIti LttADGtt, UUTHRltS, OKLAHOMA. .L. 1 WnSONRY CORNER STONE OF MULHALL METHODIST CHURCH LAID WITH IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES Ity Officers ot Urn Urn ml l.oiljce of )kl. hoiim Terrltory-A lrmil lUnquet mid Kertptlon Tendered the. Vlilior- Dedlrallon uf Die Klrat Slime Church In the Territory. The corner stone of the first Methn tllst church !n the territory to be built of stone was laid with imposing and impressive ceremonies at the thriving little town of Muthali yesterday. The occasion was under the auspices of the Masonic order and was regarded as a red-letter affair by the people of Mul hall. The Masonic commandarlcs of this place and Oklahoma City were prosint. The local commandary marched to the depot yesterday afterco.', where it joined the Oklahoma delt ;atlon. At Mulhall the visitors were cordially re ceived and a largo procession was formed and marched to the Masonic hall, thence to the church, in the cast part of town, where the corner stone of the now cdltlco was laid accor...

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 April 1894

mnihrit m (- e-4 J"W4l-4"M HAS AKR1VJ3D. JOUR SPRING STOCK g -or- fSUITINUS ANU TIIAUHK11INUH9 l'atlrrns to l'lrase All Tmtti. WILLIS, THE TAILOR, f cr FOIt A 7 E STLTXT VI1T WILLIS, The "'lor. 103 Okuhiim Avrnue. Hlil Oklnlionm Airniin. 4x85&4i4S4 GitTBKBb at tu I'oir.Orricn at Gotmkie, Ot ti Skcohd-class Mattbk. orriei: or ruin.uwvioN, hakkison avumii:. s$xstj-v4.$5,j,.xjKs$5,: VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHCttlA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL ;M, 1804, NO 1R K kr I- ft'1 ', t v. r 1 IRHY 1 THE ill. THE INDUSTRIALISTS TRAMP INQ THROUGH IOWA. WARMLY WELCOMED BY FARMERS. r.iicainpeil at I.'rola After tlio rirst Iij's .Mirch The l'ropln for Mllt-s Around lurnril Out to Welcome Them, l.omletl With I'rovlnlon (iootl Time Mml Along tlio Well'Iteuten KoitU. Xkoi.a, Iowa, April 23. Kelly ami his industrial army ended their first day'n niirch from Council HlulTs here at (', o'clock last evening and lininedi utely went into camp in a grove just euit of the town. The entry Into Nt'olii was a triumphal ...

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 April 1894

a I FOR. ABSTRACTS 01? TITLES, SEE V. k. 1)C gcrtbcx. UY HOY UOFFMAM. TL'BSDAV. Al'Rll. 'ii. 1S9. KAIUtOAD TIMK TAltLK. N0JVTH HOONI). No. 400, ChlehaRo KtpreM.... BM5 a.m. No. 403, M. River Express... 3;S0 p. m. No.422. Way KrolRht 7:00 a. m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:20 p. m. south nocrtD. No. 403, Texas Expicss 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.. ..12:39 p. m. No. 423, Way Frclaht 1:05 p. m. Passengers should procuro tickets be ro patting nn tho train. Tho Dally Loader acenpta aclvortlBlng with tho dlBtlnct ind posltlvo gt.'nrantoo that Ithasdoublo tho paid circu lation of any newspaper pub Hahod In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Bindery Is onoof tno best Institutions of tho kand In th West and la dally turning out largo quantities of work. Send In your orders for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at innded to. BOBSOKIPTIOX BATES. DAII.T. One srafn. delivered I city Oae month by mall Tbrw months f Six months. r' One year 6 to wk.v. . ix months j& One year l UJ ri)NlON...

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. — 24 April 1894

'L'JbLE JLJSAUJs.lt, UUTttMU. OKLAHOMA, L m I HE MB. CHAIRMAN M'BRIDE SAYS 125, OOO HAVE QUIT WORK. PBMISYLYAMA AND OHIO TIED UP. Hip Suspension of Work lu Theso Stntri About Cotiiilot IlllnuU Hits 'J4.0UO Out of 30,000 I.llo- Nil ltpports Vrt KitcIiciI if Any Itlsturb- mires AITnIrs In liuusst tin) Missouri. Cor.f.Miius, Ohlo.Aprll 23. Chairman Mollrldo of the United Mine Workers was busy yesterday comparing press dhp.itehes and newspaper reports of thi? 1) g strike with information at hand. Ills revised estimate shows that more men have struck In the com petitive district and fewer in the outlying districts than was an ticipated, but the total number of men remains about the same as given Sunday 125,(0).. In Illinois he states there are -'1,000 out of 3."., 000 idle; Indiaua 0,000 out of about 8,000, and in West Virginia 3,000 out of 0,000. Conventions are to be held in Illinois and West Virginia Tuesday next, when efforts 'ill be made to hringnll the men hit i line. There seems t...

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. — 24 April 1894

TIIE LEADER, GUTllTtfE, OKLAHOMA, wmw uim n M m C( lr? s a ,J ASnnilnjr MurrURf. Mr. Charles E. Reynolds of Payne couuty and Mis'- Florence Waller of Luifnu comity, were married Sunday by tudgc Lawrence. An A1il Hcrnimi. llcv. llawlcy of Oklahomn City preached to tin Immciiso audience nt the Presbyterian church Sunday night. The church was profusoly decorated and the choir singing excellent. A Sunday UunRway. While Mr. and Mrs. Uobcrt Irving were enjoying a ride Sunday evening, the horsn ran away and pitched the occupants of the buggy violently to the ground, lloth wcro seriously, but not dangerously, hurt. Nimv t'liunrll lliiux'. 'J'he executive council of the Osago tribe of Indians has appropriated $30,- (100 to be used In erecting a fine, now, two-story stone council houso and ex ecutive ofllccs at Pawhunkn I'rnyrr.MfnitliiK. The pontecostal prayer meeting will bo resumed tonight at the M. II church, South. Let all who coin bring fire. Pralac the Lord or old tluio religion. Josep...

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. — 25 April 1894

(IftirtttrU Built Muitt, $ HAS AKKIVED. ron a 2 f STYLISH, ELEGANT-MA0E1 OU SPRING STOCK; I fsiIITINtJS AND THOUSKH1NU8 $ rMternitoIMrmeAll TnMe. A fWlLLlS. THE TAILOR, & joS Oklahoma Aienue. IIF VIMT WILLIS, The Tailor. 3 4, Kin Okliilifiimi Atenue. , ofi'ici: or rt'iii.icATio.s, iiakuisojj avknih:. j-j)"&s-j'Mxj$xj'?$??S)jsx. EutbrrS at tiii Potr-OrFic at Gutbme, Oi ti Sbcowdlai Matte. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1894. iSTQ 110 AVOCA EXTENDS A HEARTY WELCOMETO KELLY'S AUMY. POPULATION TURNED OUT EN MASSE. The Cumtnaniler Outlines III l'lnm for Ilia Knilof llli Jeurney -Mm no Irs uf II In Troops lielnr Jtun In When Washington 1 Itouchetl friends Auioim Congress tueu and Senator.. Avoca, Iowa, April 24. Kelly's re ception here last uight was fully as tlaltcrlng as that accorded him at .Vcolo. Tho 5,500 inhabitants were apparently all on tho streets, and the brawny-armed countrymen and buxom maidens vied with each other in do Iiijj them honor, man...

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. — 25 April 1894

I w.wnriaWt'Viir.,M ', FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, . SEE W, M. fiftONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY; ' I . .... ,- ....,... M..ii..i I .. lTffp imnrnunftni tiuinrhtf rawSWMCWWariCTr" ..5. ., (3Ujc gmbrv. BY HOY HOFFMAN. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 85. 1894. KAILKOAD TIME TA1IMC NORTH BODXD. Nc. 400, Chlcli&RO Express.... 5:45 ft.ro. No. 403, M. Hlvcr Express... 3;M p. m. Nn.422. Wny FrclRht 7:ooa.m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:20 p. m. south noosi). No. 403, Texas Express 11:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.. ..12:55 p. m. No. 423. Way KrclBht .1:05 p.m. PassenRcrs should procure tickets be iro petti n i? on the train. Tho Dally Loader acenpts advertising with tho dlsClnct ind positive guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any newspaper, pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loader Blndory Is onoof tno boat Institutions of tho kind In th West and Is dally turning out largo quantities of work. Send In your orders for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at londod to. ...

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. — 25 April 1894

r iROLEllilffiC HANQED IN BROAD DAYLIOHT BY MINERS. KILLED A COAL MINER NAMED HAHAN. Trie Murilorrr Win n Itml Sinn nnd Had Klllril Thrro Mm In Alnlmmn Iden- tilled lijr tlm Ip(l Man's WldniT Tallin 1 rum iha nillcrrs ut t'lirrnkro by a Mult and (JulcMy Mrui'ig- l'i. CiiKnoKEK, Kan., April 51. Frctl Hainan, n coal miner living with his family near this Schwab mines, two miles cast of here, was killed Sunday night ut his house. Ho was awakened ut midnight by bomc Alabama negro coal miners, who said that they wanted to get in to procure some whisky. Hainan who, it is said, hail been selling liquor, told them to go uway, as lie had no bottles mid did not wish to open the house at that hour. The men outside departed but re turned a half hour later and broke open the door. Two negroes entered and with drawn revolvers and raors, began to search for money They broke the drawern off tire sewing ma chine and secured about SSO. Hainan ran out in his bare feet to get help, but was shot in the ...

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. — 25 April 1894

,..1i.SKr-H rJ l &'tf1kkn&mtoMmitommmmtm PROFESSIORAL DIREOTORY, lawyers. " gAUNUISKSON & THOMAS, " Attoknf.ys-at-Law, Guthrie, O. T. Rooms i, 2 and 3, No. 105 liar rison avenue. L L. BRIDGES, Attorney at Law, (I.atuur Kiii ul la, Mo.) Ollloo Itoorn 17, (liny llros. lllnek, 1)1 vision Hired. J. It. KKATOS. J NO. II. CoTTKIIAl.. EATON & COTTERAL, Attorney.! at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. ltoom 1, 3 and .1, International Loan and Trust minding, UKianoma avo., op. u S. liiltld ofllco. QEORCE TRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twelve Yearn Experience. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt and Kt fluent ISerTlce. Reference: General Land Officeri, lOklt- noma 1 errnory. T S. JONES & SON, Attorneys at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma, West of Capitol National Hank Building. Joteph Wliby. C. O. Uornor. yiSBY &- HORNOR, Attorneys, Guthrie, Oklahoma, Roorai 23-15. Over Capitol National Bank. WILLIAM BLINCOE, Attorney at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma. -Ofiice in Leader Building. YM- D- SMITH &...

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. — 26 April 1894

Utafltt Maitt I HAS ABBIVED. oUR SPRING STOCK JM4I tt J H4'$4t I m ton a 1 ISTYLISH, ELEGAHT-MADEl i STTIT BCITIXOS AND TItOU8KItIN08 ratt.rni to IMie All Tastes. 2 Q fWILLIS. THE TAILOn, 1 WILTJS, The Tailor. J $ 10. Oklntitinm Atrntir. J, oi'i'irr. or itumca-iion, iiauihhon Avr.Nim. tttf-' Ehm.iid it thu Poar-Orrica 4T Gotx,.,, Oc i. SsCOMtl-CLAII MaTTRI. .VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2fi, 1894. NO 120 r-WWW OALLANT KNIOHTS AND FAIR'UlulrU ,,, ',,,', ' " , . . "Huru, .101111 bcllsbrotne: OnUlilr LADIES PAY TRIBUTE TO TERPSICHORE BENEATH FESTOONS OF DRIL LIANT PYTHIAN EMBLEMS. HEW K. OF P. HALL DEDICATED , ' nui. iso.rm .i imprrMi C r.monir.. utiil I he Story of Il.iinou nml l'thlii. It.. tol.lll.imUh the Canopy ,.ft.. lit,,,, i tin- Vi'lloiT noil tliu Itoil Gluw- Iiir 1'rHtrriiHt Function, A - trl.il by tllr Hilt, of tlir City Hull unit Hun. net-ThiMO I'r uriil. The beautiful and touching story of Datnou and l'ylhias win fittingly re told yesterday afternoon,...

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. — 26 April 1894

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