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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 15 May 1894

0 THE LEADED, GUTTLRTE, OKLAHOMA, nwuiwwm A ,r iq ) ' 1 i if 7 jfl j ceonoE rose swung from BRIDGE BY A MASKED MOB. WAS LEFT HANGING FOR TEH HOURS, 1 fin Murder of Deputy l'otmBtr Kulil if Cottotmoad lall., Irrrllily nml .Swiftly Avrngrtil If 1 4 NmiU U'ui llrnUmi mill llnnit AliuiHt .Sctcrcil I'rom 111 Hotly DM .Not Deny III Act. Siiioxn Citv, Knit., May 14. Knrl Kulil, iiHhlatunt postmaster ut Cotton wood Kalln, Cliasj county, witi shot iletul I'rliliiy uvoning hint, wliilo dis tributing' the mull In tlio olllco by (oorgo Uos;, a printer in the employ of W. K. Timmous, tliu poliiititcr, who is also editor of thu Commit. Ilotli oIHcl's are In the same building. Hose, It U claimed, expected tho ap pointment given to Kulil. and belli,' disappointed in obtaining it went to drln It liitf. While on lil.s sprees hu made frequent threats of hilling some one, and had two lights with Kulil, who wui a young man of about l'J. On 1'rlilny Koso entered the postollico and without warning, placed...

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. — 15 May 1894

4flgF& ( TIIK LEA-DICK. HUTHK1E, OKLAHOMA. v wmammmmm9rmiiaMiw)XLfamnFjcxnxwFmTMmvmu PJ jSp SlISCKliliANKOUS. for Sale. On firsl-clnss buggy horse well bred. Cheap for cash. V. V. Ivks binokr. -U0 cnst Springer, tnltltu Foil Sai.k A good stereotyping out fit Address tills ofllce. tf Kuril ml. My residence, 72i Kasi Noble, rooms, bath room, csllnr, city cistern water. A J. Sponged. II us anil Dentists will have the ltoyal for u few tf TUtt SENA M'O'. ;l.-;.tJ. I A DUUBUIiAnD'6 DELEGATION LBAVKS POH WASHINGTON CITY. !H- THE KIGKAPCO PAYMENT BEGUN, The Painless headquarters t weeks. The St, Louis Dental Coirpany Is at the ltoyal IloteL tf How are your whiskers? Ho to the Columbian barber shop, near the cor ner of Harrison and Second, and have them tiled on". Mr. llnowlton caters only to the best trade. Only pure lee cream at Miller's, Ok lahoma avenue. iu3 tf Dr. Murray of tho l'alnless Dental "ompaiir Is a graduate of the l'cnyl- -Vila College Dental Surgery, dose of 3oda water Is...

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. — 16 May 1894

K V. C) RiTumeo kt tm fuT-OmeR at r.-riixiv, Oc S SKCONlt-CLASS MATTkR. oiTirr. or I'l'iu.ir.mov, nutitisov vvi:m'k. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WKDNKSDAY MORNING, MAY 1(1, 1804 NO ia t H n 1 ItfJitlj "V W J i) P 4 s ms. ASSEMULINO OF THE STATE CONVENTION. EX-MAYOR NOONAN'S TWO PROXIES. They CuiMc tlio NIiiIp cvntrnl C'liiniiilUeo I !.! uf TrmililH llliiml DnlnrmliiPil tu llmo u 1U to 1 llntlo silver l'lunk In llio l'lutforin .V Hlk- llclit l'riilmlil), in tho Coiivriitlon, Kansas Citv, Mo., May IB. Owing to the Inability of tho state central committee to complete thu necessary preliminary arrangements, tho pro gram for to-day's convention was changed materially. Thu district caucuses which had been set for !i:3() a. m , were hold at 11 instead, and the convention proper was called to order at noon instead of at 11 o'clock. Tho order for this change was prac tically tho only thing the state cun- tral committee managed to do, al though it met at 10:.'1J a. in. yesterday nnil stayed 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. — 16 May 1894

MB "SET !" ,. -, ,M T-- wtt wc -J A twrvw i f FsEE. v 'X If (r wmi FOR ABStRACTS OF TltLES, SHE V. M. BRONSON. IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRnOllY, '- ' . ..!.. irlllTWMWlK "PWI" Wl-ll II " "--i-lTl limlrlrn1 "' - -.. .. i i '" i' . ' - I lje Renfrew IJV HOY IIOKKMAN. WEDNESDAY. MAY JO i !U. KAlLitOAI) TISIK TA1II.K. vntifit tiirrvTi Nc. i0(, Chlchagn Expres.... 5:45 a. No. 4M, M. Illvnr Express... 3;S0 p. No.4.'.'. way rreipui No. 420, Iocal Frolaht potnii hound No. 40.1, Tot as Kxpros.... No. 407, Oklahoma Express Kn JOI Wno l'nilitlil Ja"ciiRi'rs should procure tl k U be jropcttliiK on the tram m. tn. . 7:0) a. in. . ..2:3) p. in. ..11:10 p.m. ..IStfftp. M. I "15 p. in. Tho Daily Leador at en its advortlslnff with tho dlstlnot ind posltlvo guarantee that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub lished in Oklahoma. Tho Leador Bindery is onoof tho bost institutions of tho kind In tho West and Is daily turning-out largo quantities of work. Sond In your ordors for bin...

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. — 16 May 1894

I. THE LEADEH, ttUTHlUF, OKLAHOMA. Tfcfrl. I V V I (IB w i nvn COMPANIES DOING duty AY SEATTLE, WASH. THERE TO WATCH TRAIN STEALERS Tim Mtiiallim In I lie XtirllnrrU (Scttlnc .rrlnin (lure Morn 'I lio ( nliin Purl- II r (lettlnc Tlrnl nf llniillni; Cniity lira Mini .Mrtmiri' Tiikru In Wjuiiilni; AkhIiiU TIipiii by Oilklili. Sbatti.k, Wash., May IS. Vive com panies of thu Fourteenth United "" Slates infantry, under command of Lieutenant Colonel Theaker, arrived lierc yesterday in response, to a call trom Judge I Ian ford of the I'nitcd States court, who considered them necessary in enforcing the onion of his court. They number twelve otll ccrsaud Si I men. Yesterday there were demonstrations ngaiuht the dep uty marshals and threats were made to reseno lO.'i Coxeyitcs awaiting- trial on a charge of contempt of court in obstructing the operation of the Northern Tactile road, which is in the hands of receivers. K.uw.lNS Wyo., May 1-1. Tho re ceivers of tlie Union Pacific road nre taking...

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. — 16 May 1894

V a i R . ' 6 - SCORES OF BATTI.E-SOAHKED VETERANS ARRIVING. OKLAHOMA G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT. A I'rtrmln Inlin Ollrn Till MoriiliiB mill a Cn uii-l'lrn nt the )kt IIoiikp To- XlKlit-l'rocrmii of llm KiirHiiip- inpnt-llcml'irlnn ut Ilia I. . (. 1. lliill-.Xrriiiic'iiii l fr Ttiulglil'ii Iliilrrluluinriit. Tliu oncaiiipmeiit of the Okltilinmn (Irani! Army of the Kcpublii! begin t today ninl will continue three iluys. The meeting promises to lie u pleasant and prolltable one and the visiting veterans will be hospitably enter tatned. The ladles have been working hard for the occasion and much credit Is duo them for their untiring labors. The soldiers began arriving yester day, and today will see fioveral hun dred in the city. This morning tit 10 o'clock a parade wll bo given, In which the veterans, band, city council, ilrcmen, Women's IMiei corps and citizens will partici pate. Tonight at this opera house a camp Gro will bo held. Following Is the program: Opening Song, "America." Welcome a...

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. — 17 May 1894

mnthrit Jj I Hit' (NIWlv 4 $ Oirnu'i n HxTKKKtl AT THE I'lMT-OetMCK AT GUTIIFIP, Ot K SrCOWD-CLa MatTKK. ornei: of l'ltiii.nwi io.v, iiakkison a v.wr. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAYS MORNING, MAY 17, 1894. NO 138 TOO REPORTS PRESENTED. MISSOURI DEMOCRATS DIVIDED ON SILVER. HOT TIMES IN THE CONVENTION. Ailjiiiirn.it SI 1.1 OVlork In tlio Morning Mlllimit Itiix hliii; u IoihIihIoii I hu .Majority of lliu l'litform C'om- iiilttco Ilppurt for I'r Mltt-r lit 1G to 1 Illut'k ami f'urrliijliiii Nuuilnale.l. Kanhas Citv, Muy If.. After a flifht lastiuir from a o'clock yesterday after noon until 11! o'clock lut night, unci waged with great bilurucss, the resolutions comiuittec appointed by the statu Democratic con vention assembled at the Auditorium, submitted two reports. Olio Higiwri by all but four member.-, of thu committee, declared for a res toration of tho silver coinage laws prior to 1873. Thu minority report Indorsed the platform adopted at Chi cago in HHJ. Shortly after midnig...

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. — 17 May 1894

"-A -WL3t tit- . FOR ABSTRACTS OV TITLKS, 6KK . M HRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY. t V S&ljs gcftfrcr. HY UOV HOKPMAN. THUKSDAY. MAY 17. 18. JtAILHOAI) TIMK TAltl.K. KOIITII HOUND. Nc. 4(W, ChlcliftRO Express.. No. 40?, Mi. Itlver Express. No.423, Wayl'Vi'ldht No. I'JO, Local Freight BOllTII 1IOUNII. No. 4(13, Texas Kxuruss No. 407. Oklahoma Express.. fi:4.r n. 3;i!0 p. 7:ti)a. .S:Ll)p. 11:10 p.m. 1S:5S p. tn. No. 423, Way Freight l;05p.m rassointcrs suouiu procure m k us uu jro getting on the train Tho Dally Loader rucnatB advertising with tho dlsilnct ind posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub llshod In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In tho West and Is dally turning out largo quantttlos of work. Sond In your orders for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at londod to. All forolgp sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must In variably bo paid In advance. HUUSOIUl'TION 11ATE...

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. — 17 May 1894

THE LJSADEH, GUTHHIK, OKLAHOMA. r2s if 1 M l up liitlb IN STATE CONVENTION AT KANSAS CITY. THE FIGHT OYER THE RESOLUTIONS. Hlonn mill Itlnnil nml I'mnrl nml Hull on llin ri.ilfiirni Ciimitiltlnt' "irrr imr Si ii t'liotcii fur I'criimnent I'li.iti-iii in -Cri'ultxl I'iiHUi-! (iiillii'ilti,; i:ir llt-ltl In ttiu .Statu of .UUioui'l. Kansas Citv. Mo., Mav 10. The Missouri Democratic, state convention was culled to order by Chairman C. C. Alallltt of the central committee at 18:111 o'clock. The Rev. .1. Oil. Lowry ' Invoked the divine blctsin? on the convention, after which Chairman Mallltt rend his address. He made a plain plea for harmouv unJ asked the. earnest and united efforts of the mem ber of the convention to dissipate . the clouds of discord with wl ich the enemies of the DemocraPic party have been attempting to obscure it. In conclusion, lie asked the convention to nominate a ticket which would in- j sure the old time Democratic majority, i I. Mel). Trimble of Kansas City was ...

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 May 1894

pZV- -ag. - , I" JLJitf ? f n iiitfmwjix muwi" "' BOYS THE DUPARTMENT ENCAMP MENT IN FULL ULAST. AH INTERESTING CAMP FIRE At lliP.MfiKciinnn pri lluo ! Mr'1' -Ittiv. .Mi'PMi-rtT iiU' i StlrrlniT Atlilrn In lilrli II" JvoiirM lln. trlotlc lVitiln-Tillf ' I -! !),) Kotiitil-Tliii l.iull' I" the rr.nl-Mlirlloii r Olllrfrft 'lo.liij. Tlie eanilal cll.y Is in trala attires the sound ofllfu and drum Is heard and the city Is full of veterans of tho lato war. Tho department encampment of the Oklahoma Uranil Army of Republic is on in full blast and stories and reminiscences of days ngono are bolntf recounted with fervor and animation by tho boys la blue. Now ncauutnt ances and friendship aro being made, and ho On.VV HAIIIKII VKTKll.VN from Ohio shakes hands with hi" brother from far away Malno. Since tho last rcuniou many old Koldlers have moved to Oklahoma to reside, and thus ar many thrown together who had not mut since tho bivouac in times of trouble. Over 12S soldiers arrived yesterday a...

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 May 1894

ISiikk (4 iu r. Emturrd at tn Post-Opi'icr at Outiihi. Ok i Srcond-ci.ais Mattk. urncK of rrni.icATioN, ii.utitisox aykmik. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY is, 1894. NO inn Jl1 Ml if P"fT" (C-x (jfo f. Slid FOR FREE SILVER. MISSOURI DY DEMOCRATS STAND DICK BLAND. HIS CURRENCY PLATFORM ADOPTED. Ily it Vote of 4'! 3 to 10!) the Mlnurl Driiiocniiy DrHurm tor Ihr Iteitiira- tion or Hid Itlmctutllr Stitml.iril Ak It KxWtril 1'rlnr to the DeiiionrtlCHtloii of Miter In 187:1 1'rorreilliiE. Juurcot the supremo court Hun. Kruncli Mur.un llluik, Kutiius City Superintendent or I'uullc Instruction Pro'. VUI I IIIIUII. tHUJIKU Utilroiul CommUinner- SulUbury. Joseph It Pink, Kansas Cirv. Mo , May 17. Thu Democratic state convention formally adopted Its platform, which declares for free silver at a ratio of 10 to 1, nominated Joseph II. Finks for rail road commissioner, who with .ludjfo 1 M. ltlack it ml V. T. Carrlnjrton complete the ticket, niiil adjourued sine die. As toon as the...

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 May 1894

iAi.rts ' i ' FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES) BEE W. M. VSSSif. &l)tf fitfufrcx? UV HOY HOIWMAN. i.Ufc. II i l'Ut BAY. MAY IS 1831. ftAtt.UOAl) T1MK TAI1I.K. KOIVril 1IOONI). Nc. 400, Chldingo Hxpresn.... No. w, M-. Ulvcr express... pn.422. Way FP-lght Kb. 420, Local I'Volght .1:45 n tn. 3;20 p. in. 7:m . in. 2;20jf. in. SOUTH HI1UNII. No. 403, Toxns Kxpiess 11:1(1 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.. ..12:ft p. m. No. 423, Way Freight l:fBp. in. lNmongcrs should procuro tkknts bo jro getting on the train Tho Daily Loader accftjts advertising with tho distinct nntl oosltlvo Kuarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub llshod in Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In thn Wost and is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Sond In your ordorsfoi binding and blank books and they will bo promptly nt tnnded to. All forolgr sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must in variably bo paid in advance. HUIIHOUIITION KATKH. DAILY. Ono mont...

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 May 1894

V . V3 my i ? s i - AMaWliMMWWWMMn DUBOIS 01 1H THE IDAHO SENATOR CflfcATBS A St'.N9ATION. CALLS FOR ITS PASSAGE OR DEFEAT. Attltiiitn of tlm far WrMrrn l(ttiMlran In tlm Srimtn Mr. Cillltujcr dltmj an Installment or Aiiirrlam liir- Iff Legislation Tlm Opium Srlintille t'dinlilcrr.l - Tha Home lroi'm-illiiKa- Washington, Mny 17. Mr. Allen's resolution calling on the secretary of tlie treasury for information us to the number of persons illreetly aireeted by protective duties anil by competi tion with the foreign laborers in the United Stales was discussed in the senate yesterday until Vi o clock, when the tariff bill was taken up. Mr. Jones having moved to increase tlio duty on linseed, Max seed and poppy seed oil to twenty cents, Mr. (Jalllnger arose with a formidable ap pearing array of manuscripts and an in tiuccd tiiat lie was about to give u history of American legislation on the taiiir since the landing of the I'ilgrlm Jnthcrs. From tills lie read until 'j p. in., when, saying...

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 May 1894

d I' r i. n m IN ANNUAL SESSION IN THE CAPITAL CiTV. GENIAL ESCULAPIAH FRATERNITY. Finn Unity nf Mrn Cnnillittlr, Mnfce NVir AriiulnlHiicp4 Hml Ilir Kirrllrat l'n irm on Iiiiiiirlitnl Tnplm llrail hiiiI DIXMimnl-Ni-w OHli'iM i:lirliil- l)r. 1 lii(iiuril' rT-Atniiic llio riijulrliiim I'rpm-Hl. The territorial medical association convened in the Victor block in thin city yesterday and held one of the most prolltnlilo, Instructive nnd enter tainlng' sessions ever enjoyed since the orgunlKtitlon of the body. Forty flvo physicians from nil parts of the territory were present, us follows: Doctors K Simous, .1 It Murphy A .1 Alston, A L niesh, II 8 Chandler, 11 F Wnllerston, .T M Knnls. C F Cotteral. T I) Xlc'.iolr, Q 11 Noal, T M Cttlllmore, L II lluxtou, V I) Kzell, A U T Chil li res, O M Long, W W Spiers, C XV risk, II h Smith, .1 II Miller, Charles Smith, II XV Shaffer. L J Ulutt. A A Davis, J 11 Fonlan, K J Trader, N XV Maginnis, Delo9 Walker, T A Cravens, J II Hatchett, SM Homes, .1 ...

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. — 19 May 1894

:KW;t5-H ga ENTRRKD AT TUB PoST-OkPICK AT OnrilKte, Ot IS SRCOHD-CLASS NATTK. orrici: or vvuiavatios, iiakhisox avknui:. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORNING, lAY ID, 1894. JStO MO itrW allf llHl II 1 II I Ills IIEMIEHOS PHYSICAL ENDUPANCE TO SETTLE THE TARIFF. Hnpulillcitni 1'orpn nn Ailjimrnmont Hjr llnfiislni; ti Votr, Thu llrcnhtiiK the Quorum A ComprnmUo Ilc.irheil on Ten OVIm-k Si-loii Houm rrorriMllnir Other WnsliliiBtuii .S'tnl. REPJDLICANS DEADLOCKED. Ilicr 'Inn lliunlroil tlnltot In tlis Kecoiul I(:ini l"o:iKri-liitml Contrt. OiATiti:. Kan , May 18. The Itcpub-lle-.in congressional convention mot in this city yesterday nt 1 o'clock. T. N. Hancock, chairman of tlio congres sional committee, called the conven tion to order, and on motion, ev-(lov-ernor George T. Anthony of Ottawa SENATORS SIT OYER ELEYEN HOURS. TthAJ;. rotary. Tlic temporary organization wns made permanent T1h roll call of counties was called for nominations: Allen county, through C. 1 Scott, nominate...

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. — 19 May 1894

-yl . 3fe0h " 1't't'f l.'G C!TM? ir VT T3DOlVlCrTwT tKT ?.l T? A n rr? n a .i mo vm-. a i mnntitonDW i' I 1 J 1 .'.Pi v C.ii VVi lXi iA.Wi,SkJYA,' AIT i12.AIV J r I'i At U IV U1 M M. t 1 UIt. I o wr. scitbcx IQIJLL UY HOY HOl'l'MANi HATnlDAY. MAY 18. 181U. It.tll.ltOAI) flMK TAIIt.K. NOltTIt IlOlr.M). Nc. 400, CIiIcIibro Extort No. 4(H, M. River Express... N'o.422, Way Freight Kit. 430, Local Freight......... 8:45 a. m. 3; p. in, 7:(KI n. in. 2:20 p. m. SOUTH 1IOUNH. No. 403, Texas Express 11:10p.m. No. 407. Oklahoma Exprcs....18tft5 p. in. No. 423, Way Freight l-n.'. p.m. .ti Passengers should or iro getting on the train procure in k us ij- Tho Dnlly Loador m en its advertising with tho distinct ind poaltlvo guarantoo that It hna doublet tho paid circu lation of any nowspopor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Lcador Blndory Is onoof tno bosl Institutions of tho kind In th Wast and Is dally turning out largo quantltloB of work. Sond In your ordors for binding and blank books and they will...

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. — 19 May 1894

mftunMMM riatn i .w jcw JSS&St II FIVE PERSONS KILLED, FATALLY INJURED. TWO 0THER3 MORE OR LESS HURT. Tho Cnuntrr Inutilril Atiout On- (Jtitrlof of n Mltii Wide mid Ix.MIIr I mr- mi nf tlio Vlctlmi Hm I.lliTully Torn to I'lrcpt llT ltod, 'sc.tttproil lliroiiKh Three I'lrlil. ICiWKt.ti, Ohio, May Ifl A tounlo pissed onu-fomth of a mile west of hero at -IMO o'clock yes turd ay lifter noon, lcilllne; live persons, futiilly in jur.iijr two otlionantl blifflitly wound ing Ncvcral more. The doa f lire D.iu iel liarrett, right leg broken, urm torn oiT mill Internally Injured. Mrs Dan iel ISarrct, le' torn from bojy mid on tiails lorn out Mnrthu Daso, lieud crushed; die 1 two hours afterward. Oooi'tru Oxiugcr, bo.iy beaten into a Mmpelehs mass. Myrtu Daso Charles Colo, fatally hurt internal ly. Mrs. Charles Cole, head crushed; will die. Jennie Creek, head crushed; will lecover. The scene of the tornado is a hard one to describe. Houses, fences, trees and obstructions of all kinds 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. — 19 May 1894

" "4ipBv5wwrfWT - r ," y "t -i ; I vw'Pi(pWI TIJK LEADER. tT7THRliJ, OKLA&&MA. t.. p L CLOSE OF THE DEPARTMENT ENCAMPMENT. INSTALLATION OF HEW OFFICERS. AVtry llnppjr llncunpiimnl mid llrtiiiliiii Clour llHriiKinlmnljr Tlip Mnlillrr In KiccutlTft Nrmiliiu Ktrct Men to Fill tlir Ilnmnliilnc (tinrri himI ! Inll tlio Htnn-Itriiiiliitln l'ltnnpil Wiitnrn't ltrllrf Copt lllrcli unirpra. The BolcHors' encampment clofd at 13 o'clock yesterday morning. It wai by long odds the most joyous nfTnlr of tho Itlnd ever held In the territory, nnil the visiting' comrades were loud in their praises of tlutliriu's limpltnl It j. Yesterday morning the soldiers mot in executive session nnd filled all the offices of the department. All the oftlccrs elected on Thursday evening were given in yesterday's IjBADku Tho following Is the list complete: .1 I Cumm'.ngs of Kingfisher, depart ment commander, H.I Dyer, HI Ilcno, viec-commandcr; .1 AI Harnthouse. junior vice-commander; Dr V AI rimart, (luthric...

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. — 20 May 1894

s mntlnrit mu spwwM'9' JJf Ewtkubo at tii Post-Offic at Gutukits, Oc is Skcokd-claii Matter. orKicK or runi.irATKiv, iiakhison .vvr.Niti: VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1804. NO 1-1 1 AND PLANT ROSETTES IN EARTHQUAKE'S MOUTH. sequent events showed this to be true. While llreor, with eyes Iloatlng in gore of the deadliest hue, was search ing for Smith, the lat'.or was being j warned by his man th it Greer was on ' .. i.. . it - i.i -.1 ..........I iti.H I ll ll lb irilll iur nun uuu huuii-u i-iinci I an apology or blood. Ureer re. elved no satisfaction at the THE Smith domicile and Immediately re- ; traced liis steps going oin'i' the News olUoc. 'J'hcre panted with a celluloid epithet, like thU: Take that and that ami that." Five burly, lugubrious incongruous shots were exchanged. Hero is the reason why both men RtiU llvu, and have their being. When Ureur sighted Smith and un limbered his nrtille-y for ncton, more to Smith's son grabbed Orcer around tho he was wai...

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. — 20 May 1894

flW. mi FOR ABSTRACTS OF TiTLl i?nniinHBmjii,nn,ui .i'"m'tiJi wi.inmiw;sii' tytf cafcctf. -cr: UY ItOV HOFFMAN. SIJNMHY MY 20 1804 KAIMtOAU T1MK TA1II.K. NOUTII HOUND. No 400, ChlrhnRO Express.... SMS n. m. No. 408, M. nivcr Express... 3(20 p. m. No.422, Way FrolRht 7:00 a. in. So. 420, Iocal Freight 2:20 p. m. B0UT1I HOUND. No. 403, Texas Kxpress 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... 13: p. m. No. 423, Way FrelRht 1:05 p.m. l'asseiiBcra should procure tickets be ire potting on the train The Dally Loador at en Dts advertising with tho distinct ind positive Ruarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspopor pub lished in Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In tho Wost and Is daily turning: out largo quantities of work. Send In your ordors for binding and blank books andj they will oo promptly ai tended to. All forolgp sudscrlptions to THE DAILY LEADER must In variably bo paid In aHvanco. SUHSOHIITIOX ItATHS. VA.U.X. Ono month, d...

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