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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 2 May 1894

jiimsitmmgiBf'm nn r I 4 f . JS niiiNniE. DEMOCRATS OOADED BY THE REPUBLICANS. TDRPIE BITTERLY ATTACKS ALDRICH J lie Indiana Senator Derlnrris That acntleman From Khoile Iriitnd It Triple l'reTrlctor and n strang er to Truth Mutt l'rotuuud 5enatlon In car (In Ac count of the Tariff. the Washington, May 1. Senator Har ris, who is in charge of tho tariff bill lost patience yestenlay at tho way in which progress was impeded by Sena tor Hale In the morning hour. As on several preceding days, Mr. Utile ob jected to giving way for special measures in the morning hour. Final ly Mr. Harris abruptly moved that tho senate proceed with the consider ation of tho tariff bill. Mr. Wolcott interposed a question as to whether the committee now in tended to report amendments which would change tho whole bcopo and character of the bill. Ho had under stood Mr. Harris to admit that changes wore to be made and Mr. Voorhees to deny It, This gentle prod, howi-vcr, did not force tho hand of tho Tonnes seo ...

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 May 1894

MMWaaMCMK tuft- Mnm w i.i iiUinJwasirx'i'amtfliTif i aim THE LSSADKK, GlfTItBIE, OKLAHOMA.. r 5 ) '!' U, ! u l i if r t B V3 N PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, LAWYERS. C AUNDKRSON & THOMAS, Attorneys-at-Law, Guthrie, O. T. Rooms i, 2 and 3, No. 105 Har rison avenue. L L. BRIDGES, Attornev at Law, (Lato of Sedalln, Mo.) Ofllce Itootn 17. Gray llros.' lllock, PI vision street. ,J. R. KKATOH. JNO. II. COTTKHAr.. JtEATON & COTTERAL, Attornev at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rooms 1, 2 and 3, International Loan ami Trust Jlullcllng, Oklahoma Avo., op. U. S. Land otllco. "EORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. TwelTe Yean Experience Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt and (! inteea. i-rom fittest JSerr ice. References! General Land Offlcera, '.Okla- ooma Territory. . T S. JONES & SON, Attorneys at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Weit of Capitol National Bank Bnlldlng. Joaeph WUbj. C. O. Uornor. ISBY - HORNOR, Attorneys, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rooma 23-25. Orer Capitol National Bank. ILLIAM BLINCOE, Attorn...

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 May 1894

v HAS ARRIVED. JOUR SPRING STOCKf 2. OF T 4SOITIKOS AND TltOUSEUINOS I'nttrrnstn l'lcaic All Tnitm. ? f WILLIS, THE TAILOR, I 103 Oklahoma At rnup. & . f FOR A ISTYLISH, ELEGAHT-MADEl $ -VISIT $ I WILLIS, The Ta.lor. ion Oklnhomn Arpunei 2 orricn or ruiiMCAiinx, iiaiuuson avknok. $$$.j.$j$?4xjS'J"Shj3. $$ l'J4$Jtj.j4Nj( E TBKBD AT THE PoST-OrPICR AT GOTMKtK, OK IS SECOND-CLASS MiTTIti VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1894. 0 120 M ffinlftrie rrJJvftlllvI 4 k Rl i 1 ,if .. nnnn Mli'lld IIIUI THE SENATE AND HOUSE AD JOURN OUT OF RESPECT. THREE DEATHS WITHIN FIYE WEEKS. Nover llefore In It Ulitorj Hn tho Sfinto Lost Mumlien In Hncli llapld Kiiccroslnn Committer Appoint ed lr the Tno Houses to At tend tho runtral Wash Incton New (icnerally. WASHiNOToy, May 2. Never before In Its history, It would be hafo to say, lins tliu senate lost its momber.3 in such rapid succession. Five weoks ago tlie obsequies of Senator Colquitt of (Seorgla were held in tho senate chamber...

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 May 1894

(,-3fca iju V- Vj t I i ",l m J( . o 1. it bOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, BEE W. M. feilO'NSON, . IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRH ORY, (Kiju gcafrcu UV HOY 1IOKPMAN. THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1801. KAILltOAIl T1MB TABLE. JfORTTI BOUND. Nt. 406, ChlchaifO ExpreM.... BUS a. as, No. 4(8, M. River Express... 3S0p.m, No.423. Way Freight 7:00a. m, No. 430, Local Freight 2:20 p. m, boittii ijounh. No. 403, Texas Kxproo 11:10 p. m No. 407. Oklahoma Express. ...12:55 p. ni No. 4211, Way Freight 1:05 p. m I'lMtonger should procure tickets be' ire gutting on Mm train Tho Dally Loador accopts advertising with tho distinct nnd positive guarantoo that it has doublo tho paldidrcu latlon of eny nowspapori pub lishod In Oklahoma. Tho Loader Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho k:nd In th Wost and Is dally turning out largo quantities of work. Sond lr your ordors for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at londod to. BUllSOllIITION KATK8. other for several days about talcing u Toto on tho tari...

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 May 1894

Trv WW ; THE LJSADiiH, 0UTMK1E, OKJL.AtlO.UA, M I ? U- ?", EMPLOYES THE OREAT NORTHEnN STRIKE DECLARED OFF. IT WAS DECIDED BY ARBITRATION. The Striker dallied All Tlielr llcmnu It mill the (irrnt Hilem After llplug , Aln.ott Completely Tleil Up fur Klghtreit !,, JtetuniFt Op erations Flto Thoutantl Men Return to Work. St. l'Aur., Minn., May 2. After be ing tleil up for eighteen ilays almost completely from eml to end, the Great Aortheru railway system will now re uiiio work, the grout strike being dc clitrctl o(T last night. It Is practically u victory for the American railway union and President Dcbi, although the committee from the commer cial bodies of tho two cities were largely responsible for the result. . The governor had tried mediation, suggesting arbitra tion, but his action did not meet with success, and two other similar at tempts to bring about arbitration failed, tho union leaders claiming that their demands were just and did not admit of arbitration, although they fin...

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 May 1894

tMIE LftAtim, UUTURIii), UltLA.atfMA, a. m)p&mmGmimgs00t&iu9takum'immUB4Hpti ? r PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. LAWYUriS. tjAUNDEKSON & THOMAS, Attorneys-at-Law, Guthrie, O. T. Roams i, 2 ami 3, No. 105 Har rison avenue. L I" BRIDGES, Attorney at Law, (Late or Sedalla, Mo.) Ofllce Itoom 17. Gray llros.' Illock, Di vision street. J. U, KKATO.V. JNO. II. CoTTEHAL. EATON & COTTERAL, Attorney at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Roomi 1, 2 and 3, International Loan and Trust lluildliig, Oklahoma Ave, op. U. S. Land ofllco. QEORCE TRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twclre Yean Experience. Sttlifidloo Guaranteed. Prompt and EI-J flilent IStrrlce. Reference! General Land Offlceri, '.Okla noraa Territory. JoMph Wlbj. C. Q. Ilornor. yiSBY A- HORNOR, Attorneys, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Roomi 23-25. Orer Capitol National Bank. WILLIAM BLINCOE, Attorney at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma. WOffice in Victor Building. ARCHITECTS. C B. HOPKINS, v-" (Late of Chicago) ARCHITECT. Room 5. Ill Oklanuina Avo. DENTISTS Q...

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 May 1894

" -r-i ?. -. 1 V Entbrkd at tm Post-Ohmc at Goturic, Ox u Skcohd-clai Matte. OKFICK OF I'l'ItMCATION, HAUHISON AVKNUK. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY MORHTG, MAY 4, 1894. NO 127 '&&yrT fmfmmmyimi Sk IWftm Jbaien TT I , 1 n -i-l -ess: v V ii fe Jl I f I" r NEW POLICY OF THE POSTOF FICE DEPARTMENT. BARTENDERS ARE ALSO INCLUDED. I'otmatir-Ocnerl llluell TV1I1 Here lifter Appoint No Man Who ! Con nected With the Liquor llnslnsts When There Are Other Can tlldatea Arallable Pure ly u lluilnevs Motlre. WABHtMGTOX, May 3. Postmaster General llissell has formulated a policy of barring saloonkeepers and bartenders from appointment as post masters. In accordance with this plan, where there are several candi dates, the fact that any of them has business dealings with saloons will be given weight and the other candi dates will be given preference in mak ing appointments. Mr. lUssell said yesterday: "We have nppolntcd men as post masters who permitted bars in their hotels, though not I...

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 May 1894

,VH -itVJ"- 1 "- ' 1$ l-i A'h AiiaUANJ hiu T'li t.u 'utMHv M UlUJNisu&i IN foil Alt DP MM 0$ INUiAN TBltlM OliVi -. " fr . Iatirgsj -xT - ("THE LEADER"B00K BINDERY ia"nRFBaiirB,S HrTSTf c g thoettiofprintth.iitftit lu w. - W1'" " ? ?" S 17 D T t 1 1 "8 r J?T" l? H f l'W Typewriter I I3Y OV HOFFMAN. , ,, ,,,, ,n )xurnto , tho wn8tc j.pM. ' , "" ml?. JJ JUjJLlJLCs UU VU 3 $ till)011S, FK1DAY. MAY 4,1891. places and tho old familiar smells will jb AjVff well calculated to A QnEAT ENTERPniSE SHOWING j C3 , M I 'llliei'MM Supp. " am in titrt nnen. i tnn LiPiiiiiii ui inu i whh. .!,'"". RAILKOAU TIMK TABLK. NORTH BOUND, WC. 400. UHlcnago repress.... 5 :45 a. No. 403, M. Klvor Express... No.422, Way Freight No. 420, Local Freight.,,,,.... 3;S0 p. 7:00 n. .2:20 p. SOUTH BOUND. Ko. 403, Toxas Kxprnss ,.ll:10p.m. No. 4U7, Oklahoma Express,.. .12:55 p. hi. No. 423, Way Freight 1:05 p.m. Passengers should procure tickets be jrogottlng on the train Tho Dally Loader neenpts advertising with t...

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 May 1894

," VH 3 NEW MEASURE PitACTIC ALLY AGREED UPON. IT INCLUDES THE INCOME TAX. Democrat! Are Sow Confident ot Pass- Ins the Hill Without Senator Hill's Vote Murphy, Smith and Urlco Have. Iloen I'laratcd A New l'lnaurlul System Hill In troduced In the lloute. Washington, May 3. Tho Demo cratic leaders of the benate were in conference yesterday on tlia tariff bill. Among thoso engaged In the conferences were Senators Jones, llrtce, (Jorman and Cocltrcll, while Senator 11111 was present a portion of the time. It is the position of the Now York senior benator that hits caused some trouble, and there arc a number of senators who believe, even now, that Senator II 111 will not vote for the bill with the income tux pro vision, a ml it is almost certainly un derstood that the income tax will remain. The senators who are engineering the compromise are counting 0.1 forty threo Democratic votes, aud they be lieve they will be able to control that number beyond any doubt. This in dicates they hope ...

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 May 1894

W- 9K2-? 3JirllfiwiiwiMiMi Wr 'v HHP i u i Ml .' i i I !' f TED LEADM, bblKUUJB, OKLAHOMA, iMHMMMi mmniwjiuii mm .a.-in- itf iwrtiantfifiani PROFESSIONAL LAWYERS. C AUNDERSON" & THOMAS, AtTORNEYS'AT-L.VW, Guthrie, 0. T. Rooms i, and 3, No. 105 Har rison avenue. L L. BRIDGES, Attorney at Law, (Late of Scdalla, Mo.) Offlce-noora 17. Gray Hro.' Block, PI vl'lon stri-oU J. R. KeATOK. J NO. 11. COTTKIU.L. TiATON & COTTERAL, Attorney at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Room 1, 2 and 3, International Loan and Trust llulldlng, Oklahoma Ave., op. u. S. Land office. QEORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twelre Yer Eiperience. S-tltfactlon iG-Xr-ntced. Prompt ind Ef- flUemt IStrTice. Reference: General Land Officers, .Okla noma Territory. ' C. C. l'ornor. HORNOR, Joxph Wlby. V"ISBY A- Attorneys, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Poomi IMS, Orer Capitol National Bank. yiLLIAM BLINCOE, Attorney at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Office in Victor Building. CITV COUNCIL. Kutliff frtr ItrKoUr S.s.lotl br Clly Solon. Ma...

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 May 1894

wr -- ntirit Emtkkko at ih Poar-Orricit at Gurnsm, Ok is Second-class Mattkk. orrici: or t'uiii.ic.viinx, iiaihhson avi:nui:. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1894. NO 128 '-wwy Wkt Mtn At f t. i i i rs ffft h DEiCIS ST T3SE1HHL tariff bill, agreed upon in CAUuUs. ALL BUT HILL WILL VOTE FOR IT. The New York gnnntor Not riAratrd Ilr a Vote of 37 to 1, Willi SI Absentees, n lltisolutlon Is Ail;,t t I leile lnctho Seniors to V In fur thn llltl After Amend ments Are Adopted. Washington, May 4. lly a vote of 37 to 1, six of the forty-four Demo crats bclnir absent, the Democratic 'senators in caucus yesterday adopted a resolution agreeing1 to bupport the tariff bill of the ilnance committee, including' the compromise amend ments that liavo been agreed upon by the many conferences of Democratic senators during' the past two weeks. The six absentees were Mills, Mur phy, Ltndsay, Irby, ltutlor an I Ulb ion. It was claimed they were all ac counted for and assurances were jr...

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 May 1894

I i, A n V J?OR ABSTRACTS OP TITLES, SEE W. M. BrONSGN. IN REAR OP BANK 01? INDIAN TERRI'l ORV. n - i , - - -,. - a i in ! 'jji'- . !.;. umi -J .i ii-i.iiiii i '" jul" ''! iw m. " !' ii.'.'y"1 "", ""j-r'yafflMsaw I ijc cabcr. BY UOV HOPPiUM. 'JATIHDAY. MAY 5. 168. BAtLKOAD TIME TABLE. XORTH BO USD. No. 404, Chlchftfto Express. 5:45 tun. No. 403, M. River Express... 3;S0p. to. tmgni 7:ui&.bi. No.422. War No. 43X Local Freight... ftotrrii doitxd, No. 403, Texas Express No. 407, Oklahoma Express mo. 4U, war reuni. it! lauinger should procure tickets be- jre getting on the tra bra In. ..2:20 p. tn. .11:10p.m. .12:Up. m. i:os p. Di. The Daily Loader accepts advertising with the distinct ind positive guarantee that It has double the paid (circu lation of any newspaper pub lished In Oklahoma. The Leader Bindery Is oneof tne best Institutions of the kind in tho West and Is daily turning out large quantities of work. Sond In your orders for binding and blank books and they will be prompt...

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 May 1894

"T TFTTratyr jmqN r-x . : .... - ;a LOOKS ROGKY FOR KELLY. THE OUTLOOK FOR HIS ARMY NOT ROSY. HO TRAIN AND VERY LITTLE FOOD. Gutvrnor .larkunn Appealed to to tlet Thrm Trninportatloii tint of ! Molnrs The ChleT l'.ircntlirn Ne KotlAtlng to Oct Them to Cin cinnati hjr llnnt Other In dustrials Army Noiti. Des Moines, Towa, May 4. Kelly's "urmy" is in desperate straits, the demonstration of the laboring people a last resort not buitifr a success, tlio supply of food belnf almost nil nnd there beinp no show for a truin, offers of 810 and S90 per car bcinjf rejected. The call Issued to all laboring men to meet and march to tho capitol with the demand that Governor .Jackson se cure a tralu brought only forty mon to tho meeting place, but on tho way sl.ty were added and the total of 100 men climbed tho lonp flight of steps and filed into tho governor's reception rcoin. General Weaver marched at tho head of tho column and acted as muster of ceremonies, Private Socio turv Kluchardt met tho c...

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 May 1894

. fW" i TH33 LKADUlt, GUTHRIE, OlLAIIOAlA. " i mi iMMimrMT A. -. il V I ( t r II. :r if li? J I- I: A lV 'J !'l t j: u u ! 1 5 ! tf , 4 i t ,") PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. LAWYERS. gAUNDEKSON & THOMAS, Attorneys-at-Law, Guthrie, O. T. Rooms i, 2 anil 3, No. 105 liar rison avenue. L L. BRIDGES, Attorney at Law, (Lata of Sednllfi) Mo.) Onico Room 17, Gray Rros.' Ulock, t) vision street. .1. II. IvKATOtf. JNO. II. CoTTtllAI.. JEATON & COTTERAL, Attorney at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rooms 1,2 and 3, International Loan and Trust Rulldlng, Oklahoma Avo., op. U. S, Land ofllco. QEORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. TweWe Yean Experience, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt and Ef fluent JStric. Reference!: General Land Officer!, '.Okla noma Territory. Joseph Wliby. ' C. O. Hornor. w VISBY A' HORNOR, Attorneys, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Room2J-2S,OTer Capitol National Bank. yiLLIAM BLINCOE, Attorney at Law, Guthrie, Oklahoma, STOffice in Victor Building. ARCHITECTS. y -n TjrtiTnTc V-" (Lato of Ch...

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 May 1894

"FWqp"'- ntWtt ErlTKKRD AT TRK POST-OfFICR AT GUTHKlC, Ot tS SECOND-CLASS MATTIK. orFIUF. (VI' l'tlllt.lCAIlOM, IIAHKISON AVKNUK, VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY G, 1894, NO 120 miht Jfc&jfer JplflllJ' W- If fv THE TELLTALE TABLE. Comparative flnnnclal exhibit of counties A, 11. C, 1). R. F, 0, II, under Kepublicati administration, and counties K, L, M, N, O, I, Q, under Democratic administration, for tho first hx months after organization, as shown by certified reports of tho clerics to Governor llcnfrotv, now on file In the executive olllce: REPUIILICAtf. , it,,, Expenditures for llpcordi, lllutik-. Etc., Counties 1,0,,M Indpbted- iipj: " 8 and From Whom Purchased. latlon. new. Capu- j rjjjjj jtfr; Cupltal. Leader laucoin. l A in,XJ 0,023 (X) $ 03 3.333 00 27 00 3,3(B IX) 11 10,aX) 3,310 (X) 33 1,7.53 00 1,301(0 3,31(100 (J 3.IXX) UJMM1 00 - 3 10 2,500 (X) 1,743 00 4,243 X) I) 1,000 7, 1C0 00 7 1(1 1,220 00 3,430 00 4,G.'.fi 00 K 300 3,1VI O) 10'. 2,308 (X) 2,50...

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 May 1894

jjiiiic. 'j m n r-- VAtfcV?' -4i il q j I) ggBSPrt irrms B V P-ly iiupi-v' I. r' t y ' tl i " i IwHJnr-1 !..',-'- 1 im' frOft ABSTRACTS OP TITLES, SEE WA BftONSON,.lN REAR OP flANK 01? INDIAN TERRHORY. gggggeggggBSgg ' " - , ' ; n I - iwrnl t &ljs gcafcct liV ROY HOKPMAN. SUNDAY, MAY 0. 1801. KAir.KOAI) TIMK TAHMC. NORTH HOUND. No. 408, Clitchago Kxprpi.... 5:45 a.m. No. 403, M. Itlver Express... 3i30p. . No.4SS, Way Freight 7:00 a.m. No. 480, Local Freight 2:00 p. rn. SOUTH IIO UNI). No. 408, Texas Ki press ll'.lOp.m. No. 407, Oklahoma KxproM....13:.i5 p. m. No. 423, Way Freight 1:05 p.m. PawnRcrs should procure tlckots bo jro potting On the train Tho Dally Loader accnptB advertising with tho distinct nnd nosltlvo cruarantoo that It has doublo the paldiclrcu lation of any nowspapon pub lished In Oklahoma. The Leader Bindery Is onoof tno best Institutions of tho kind In thn West and Is dally turning out large quantities of work. Send In your orders for binding and blank books an...

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 May 1894

f T I m u iBh'mmW ,- !- -:, t MOVEMENT OF QENERAL MER CHANDIGE IS SMALL. THE SPRING TRADE IS FINISHED. The ImluitrUl Situation It Heromlng WnNe-ilm Total Number or Idle Worker. Now SI 3,000 Wheat Aealn Itrnclir lu I.oweit Itecoril In New York l.lu- bllltlet Are Ilecreaied. Nr.w Yonic, May 5. Urailstrcofs review of the stato of trade says: "The movement of general merchan dise throughout the couutry U Htnallcr in volume. Spring' trade Is finished, and orders for fall delivery, with few exceptions, are not meeting expecta tions. Jobbers in leading lines at nil the larger cities report Rules almost without exception as of a hand-to-mouth description. Tho extension of the coal and colce atriltc, accompan ied by riots at Cleveland nud Mcsaba, has emphasized tho depres sion. The industrial situation, there fore, has not Improved. Strikes of iron ot miners, amopg building trades, with ati extension of the coal miners' strUe, nnd tins almost total cessation of operations m the coko regions,...

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 May 1894

.mm ,.2w5iiwt.'Jft. -fc- T1 7T t IP 1 S J R: 1 tf I. . t h'l l"!t I '", f M ;.- ' WHML 1P j .- . .-" tm,WiiiW!i item tfrf -LEADEtf, UttTHKTB, OtCLASdMA. UMBwMhafl L link xim '-Vi,riTi niniT""5 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, LAVVYIinS. gAUNDERSON & THOMAS, Attorneys-at-Law, Guthrie, O. T. Rooms i, 2 and 3, No. 105 Har rison avenue' L 1" BRIDGES, AttorN kv at Law, (La to of Sedalla, Mo.) Ofllce-Hootn 17, Gray Hros.' lllock, III vlfloti street. (!( THEY HATE TO Q1VE UP ABSENTEEISM. FOR BUSY MAKING ALL SORTS OF EXCUSES J. 11. Kkaton. Jno. II. Cotteiiai.. JEATON & COTTERAL, Attorney at Law. Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rooms 1, 2 and 3, International tioan and Trust Jlulldlng, Oklahoma Ave, op. U. ti. Land ofllco. QEORCE PRICE, General and Land Attorney. Twelre Yean Experience. Satisfaction fluaranteed. Prompt and Kf-2 Hieut IStrTlce. References! General Land Officers, 'Okla homa Territory. C. G. Uornor. HORNOR, Joiwph WUbj. VISBY Attorneys, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Koomi 23-25, Orer Capitol National 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. — 8 May 1894

s- MA UhinniiMWHt. T KK itititk ElfTHRBD AT TIIC PCSrOPPICR AT GCTnUtK, OK it SECOWD-CLAit MATTBK. orrici: or ruiiLicAiioN, iiahhison avkniii:, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY , 1894. isro no fe Jtaikt "MIBWW 1MwwwII,mm,mmmmmmmjm VOL. 2. U r i1 lw. Jtt 1 Ifc I X S. S fill immiDiMi: mm A- s. i llnur UUL ullLUIilHlll LUL Ul LflliU OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN FOR PE NOMINATION. HE HOTLY DENOUNCES HIS FOES. Dflle Tliofo AnallltiK Him to o Their Wont Conndcnt That the I'utura Will Mndlrnte J'rlcniln IIU inent Dwelt l'rom lllm und IIU Kecret Atouo- Upon Cnril MluUter. Lkxinutojj, Ivy., May 7. Colonel llrecktnrldjre opened his campaign for re-election to congress here Saturday. llreckinrldgo's speech was mainly devoted to a review of his career tit contfress. lleglnnlns with the first election of Cleveland ho pointed out that no man in the Democratic party had taken more advanced ground on the tariff question or done more to unify the party on economic measures, lie replied to the claim of ...

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. — 8 May 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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