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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 20 May 1894

THE LBAttHm, GUTHftlE, OKLAUOMA. TiW7W'scMayAy.Eygi r w liyillfSHiffll. A DISASTROUS STORM S'-'-Pt; OVER LAKE MICHIO. . EIGHT YESSELS LOST 0?? CHICAGO. 1rn Mm llrmwicl ,,,,,1 ;xfTJ InMnurn llont tiuil I nrg.1 ro u lni.il l.i "llio Nrliooiinr Cummin; Con Himvii nt .Mllnaukro hiii! Six of tlif Cre-r l'i rl.li M.umf,,c- lurltjff l'luuti Wrn Ucil. Chicago, III., May 19. The storm which yesterday swept Liilco Michl (,'nn was the most disastrous of recent yenrs. Elht vessels were driven ashore within the city limits of Chi cago and out of their itcwh ten men are known to be drowned and in every instance boat and cargo nro utterly lost. Ono schooner, the Myrtle, was wrecked just outside the government pier, within n half mile of Michigan boulevnrde. and six of her crew went down to death in plain view of the hundreds of people who lined the boulevard walks, or watched the .awful storm from the windows of the big hotels which overlook the harbor. The wrecks extended from Ulencoe on the nort...

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. — 20 May 1894

-;--- r-- s t if I -'! & .wwjgM V3jfsxmxivvrtL,ut mm m;i a . I. POSSE OF DEPUTY MAHSHALS AT STILLWATER, BANDITS MAY CAUSE TROUBLE During lite Trial of Arknutna Tom, linn of tlm IMmrM' Mrintirr if llir DhIioii flnnc Nw rirlne llrarcl Iljr .luilgit Dalc-Tlie 1'rlminrr lVa Cup ttiretl Iljr Drpntlrit During I lie Klglit nt Iitft-nlU I mil Yrnr. Special to tho Leader. Srit.i.WATKit, May 111. "Arkatmavr Tom," tho member of tlio Daltougutig who win captured in tho light at In palls the first duy of last September, Is on trial here before Judge Dale. It is feared that tho Dalton's muy at tempt to rcscuo their "pal" and every precaution if tnkcu to prevent sucli nn occurrence. No ono is allowed to enter tho court room without being searched for concealed weapons, nnd guards aro stationed at various places in and out of town to gto notlco of approach of suspicious parties. On Frldoy night Judge Dalasontn telegram to Marshal Ma, asking Iilm for a squad of deputy United States marshals. Tho...

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 May 1894

SKI mntirit mm Mmitt (jh EnTBKED AT TttB PaST'OrFICK AT CtUTIIKtV, OK II SBCOXtl-CLAf S MATTER. orrioK i' rum.icAiioN, itAititisoN avkmik. I W VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TUESpAY MOBBING, MAY 22, 1894. NO 142 roi ii ram. MANY CITIES AND TOWNS ARC INUNDATED. THE SITUATION IS VERY CRITICAL. WH'iluuiipnrt nml Until ford tlio Wnrtt HulTjrn Smalt Crrok hihI Itlvcra llri'iiinlit? Hoonilng Torrentf, . Cutiiel by C'louillmrsU Peo ple C'otiirllril ti 1 loe fur 'Hi i) I.- l.lvcl. Wii.ua tsronr, 'a., May 21. Slrtce Friday night n steady nnd almost con tinuous downpour of rain has been swelling ull tlio streams, unil luto last night numerous cloudbursts along tlio l'lne creek untl other tributaries of the West branch of tlio SiiKipichunna have made It impossible to coufinc the water within the banks of tlio streams. It has therefore, spread out over the country, and ut every point Is pour'ug into the main river. The river is coming up rapidly nnd is now twenty-one feet ubovo low water mark. It w...

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 May 1894

(T f f r l L. u 1 v. !5 m V FH I-.' t ft II JLP FOR ABSTRACTS OF tlTLES, S W, M. M - ii i i i' ''M 'Jl ljs cafrcv. DY HOY HOFFMAN. TUESDAY. MAY 18l4. KA1LKO.U1 TIMK TAHLK. NOIITfl HOUND. Nc. 408, ChlchftRO Express.... 8:45 n. m. No. 403, M. IMvcr Express... 3;2t)p. m. No.422, Way Kreluht 7:00 n. in. No. 420, Local Freight 2:20 p. m. SOUTH HOUND. No. 403, Toxas Express 11:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... 12:5 p. m. No. 423, Way Freight 1:0.1p.m. rasingoM should procure tickets bo ire petting on the train Tho Dally Loader at en 3ts advertising with tho distinct ind positive guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loader Blndory Is onoof tno boat institutions of tho kind in thn 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 tended to. All foreign sudscrlptions to THE DAILY LEADER must In variably bo paid in advance BtmaoiuiTiox 11ATK3. DA1LT....

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 May 1894

er if -?-x TfA i' fcJM v. wiWmmsxmm.. kJkt'JSt -J&. k" r s- 'V t - r i 4 it fe j e? fill SHARPS AND FLATS OF THE STATE CONVENTION. MEETS HERE OH JUKE I, 2 AND 3, Ovrr Two llumlrcil Drlipatrt r.iprc o I la tie I'ippmiI.TIio Work Htiil (IniKtli of llin Vouiik I'f oiiln'n .Society of Chrli. tlati Kmleuvor-A (Ir.iml, (Hurl. out mill IIkiiiioiiIoui Steeling An(l( Ipiltil-Soiux Timely AiUlrx rrorlumntloii of the l'rrnltlrnt. Tho Fourth Territorial Convention of iho Young People's Society of ChrNtlan Endeavor will be held at (luthrlo, begin ning IVidiiy afternoon, .Juno I, at 3.-3C. p. in., mid continuing thruiigti Sunday, .111 no.1. Arrangements aro being made on the. laigest scale for tills convention. Tho Endeavors of Uuthrlu aro thoroughly allvo to tho tak. Every Society In tlio city Is doing Its utmost. There Is a real rovlval of tlio spirit in tho city and thoo who havo horctofoio Wen comparatively Inactive, aro now at work. The ery best program eer pre nted ai any 01 mo conventi...

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 May 1894

I ILIE LEADKH. GUTHRIE, OKLAI10.MA "" u , :' ; m aJ OF MANSLAUGHTER IN AT STILLWATER. COURT SLATER OF 1HREE DEPUTY MARSHALS The '.Fulling FlRiirn III a llxtllfl llrtnrMi UutlniT ami lrtuljr ttnllril MtMtr AlMr.liat nt Ing-alla Ijint Yrnr (lei n Trnu In tlio lon-ru- mrnt lVnltmtlarj N.i Attempt tu Itivciie lllm J VuU. Arkansas Tom, the notorious des perado, must spend Ills remaining years behind tho strong Iron bars of Uncle Kani'a bastlle. In tho district court at Stillwater tho prlsoocr was convicted of manslaughter. It will be remembered that Arkansas Tom played tho star part In tho battle be tween tho Dalton outlaws and deputy marshals at Ingalls last year, and It is supposed that the balls from his gun laid low Deputies tiliadlcy, Hous ton and speed. Ho Is a hardened sin ner and places a nominal value on life. No effort was mado by tho Hal ton gnnfr to rescue the prisoner. DROPPED TO NINE MILLS, The School T.eTjr InJoja Another Iteiluc tlunnt the I'miila of the School Hoard. Tho...

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 May 1894

.. miww, MattSlWBgSiaisj. mkt mvAknt (Iflllf i . EftTKRSD AT Till PjST-OrrlCR AT OUTIIKIF, OK II SltCO.-n-CL.ll MATTKK. oiiick or rf iii.ic.viio.v, iiakkison avkniji:, .VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, , OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1894. JST0 143 iKl. IJ 1 W.J THE SENATE COMMITTEE CINS ITS INQUIRY. BE- MESSRS. KYLE AND HUNTON TESTIFY. Tlipjr Hrprat tlis Attcmpta of lluttz to liny Thflr Votes on tho TurlfT lllll lint l.lttlo Drllnlt Information Chen Out llutta'i Tmtlniony Hull! to Muke ltnry llrait- ln(r Denial. Wariiinoton, Miy 22. The com mittee to Investigate the charges of bribery In the senate was on hand promptly at 10 o'clock yestonlay in the room of the committee on priv ileges and elections lloth Senator Ilttnton and his ton stated that C W. lluttz was the man who hu I ap proached Senator Htinton. The nar rnttvo did not differ materially frgiu the story heretofore given to the press by Senator llunton. Senator Kyle was before the com mittee more than an hour and was in formed that ...

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 May 1894

wjpw lgPPw"' 5 Q e &r- (if .1 s- FOR ABSTRACT bl TITLES, SKEW, M (BljC gcrt&Ct WEDNESDAY, MAY 2U, 1801. KVILltOAl) Tl.VIK TAI1LH. NOBTH nOUKIl. Nt. 40fl, Chtchngo Express.... 5; a.m. No. 403, M. HIver Express... .V,20 p. m. No i22. Way Frelpht 7:00 a.m. No. 430, Local Freight ...2:20 p. m. SOUTH 1IOUNI). No. 403, Toxns Express UMOp.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... li:M p. m. No. 423, Way Frelplit 1:05 p. m. PaswiRcrs should procure tlckois bo jropottliiR on tlio train Tho Dally Loador ocenpts advertising with tho distinct nnd nosUlvo ffuarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspopor pub llshod In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno best Institutions of tho kind In th Wost and Is daily turning: out largo quantities of work. Sond In your ordors for binding and blank books and they will bo promptly at londod to. All foreign sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must In varlably bo paid In advance. SUIISCKIITION ItATKii. DAILY. Uno month, dollverod In city S...

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 May 1894

' f. t tf P w 9- A :M:f 'ii I SIX OF THEM PUT BY MARTIAL TO DEATH LAW. TWO OF TUBS REPENT OF THEIR ACTS Jliclr I'our Other romptnlont Minuted AH UlniM tit Itmolutlurmr.r Crlee "nil DclUnce of Urn (Internment -Mriv Vnnrrrneil In tlie At- U-iiijit to AMiMlnuto Muruli- I Mitrtlitcz Cuinpot. ll.vncr.i.oNA, May 22. The sentences of death passed upon the Anarchists Co Hun, Gcrcstiln, Sogus, llernnte, N'llltinibla and Alfr,' for complicity In the attempt of Mir to assassinate Mar shal Martinez. Campos, wore read to the condemned men In the Montjuch citadel Sunday morning. All, with tlie exception of CeereMtlu, appeared to he In no wisj affected. All were then taken to the chapel in the for tress to spend tiic last hours of their lives. It was fouu 1 neeoss-iry to use force to carry them to the chapel. Hin was falling heavily yesterday morning when the condemned men were taken from the chapel through u subterraneous passage to the place of death outside the citadel of Montjuch. The first of...

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 May 1894

AreWWlfiWWWP . fcv v ft TUK LEADER, (lUTHMIis;, OKLAHOMA. ' h 5 I !? -If- f F. ? r . pa i OH WILL BE D COUNTY'S CLERK IS OUT OF JAIL. CHIEF KEOKUK WAHfS ACTION From tlir Trrrltnrlxl Niiirctnr Court In i Mnltrr Which Concirm Tnxittimi lln Ctitlint lljr Kenton of Unrlx SnmM Trratjr lln Cannot Hit Tnxrtl- Tito Important Cm A)- iealeil to thn Huirrme Court. Thomas O'Tool, county clerk of "IV county, was released from jail at Tolojja ycstenlay on nn order Issued by Associate Justice llurford, pending a hearing of tho cusu by the supreme court on Juno 10. O'Tool Is one of Ex-Uovernor Soay's appointees nnd was Indicted by the grand jury In D county April 20, 1891, on the charge of altering tho records and substituting certain mutter in the commissioners' journal. Failing to give boud he was thrown In jail by Sheriff Thomas Smith. Tho prisoner nslted for a writ of habeas corpus, claiming that he was unlaw fully restrained of his liberty, where upon J udgo llurford Issccd tho order us stated...

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 May 1894

Kingfiesher 0 T (6 cosies) D F Smith Jas Dent Historical' Society Free Press District Clerk 1'ojt Master Mttit i lljlf lit mt m EXTBUBD AT Tit Posr-OKFICH AT UoTHHtB, OK IS SCOKD-CtAS M1II, orrici: or runr.i cation, hakkisox avknui:, I VOL,. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOtA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1894. NO M4 3 U Rr rv i V. I $ ,a- 4 r - I . : p m priSBYFERIAN ASSIES WORK OF THE NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN BODIES. THE COL. BRECKINRIDGE HATTER UP Until tlm Mmto;.i nnit XimImIUr Av Ncnitillrs Drcliln Tlmt 1 liry Uno No .lurUillctlon In Dm Vate, Hut In mi Iiiillrt-ct May Itup tlio hllvrr Tongtipd Crutiir II., 1110 Mltslom Itrpart. Sahatooa, X. V., May 2.1. In the I're.sbyterian fjcneral assembly yestcr ilay the committee on overtures re ported an overture from the presbytery of Xew Albany asking the general as sembly to memorialize congress to enact such regulations with reference to the personal life of Us members as should prevent the presence in the national councils of men of immoral and dissolut...

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 May 1894

s. i. FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SEfi W. M, BROJSJSOR IN REAR OF HANK OF INDIAN TEKRI'lORY. w .4 .1. . I: 1 K il f it o i:w; , i Pi &, i fJ1 if W. o tf V v. IJi T! Si;c gcabcr IJY KOY HOWMAN. THUItSDAV, MAY 23. 1SUI. KAILltOAO TIJIK TAItLK. SOUTH HOUND. Nc. 4M, ChlchnRO Express.... i'M a.m. No. at, M-. Hlver Express... 3;S0 p. in. No.122, Wnr Fmlnlit 7:U)n. nt. No. 420, Local Frc Iglit 2:20 p.m. SOUTH HOUND. No. 40.1, Toms Express llMOp.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express. . . . 12:M p. m. No.42.l,1Vny Freight ijnsp.m. I'assengors should procure tickets bo jrepottlnxon the train Tho Dally Loador nccrtpts advertising with tho distinct ind positive guarantoo that It has doublo tbo paid circu lation of any nowapapor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Bindery Is onoof tno boat Institutions of tho kind In th Wost and Is dally turning out largo quantities of work. Send In your orders for binding and blank books and they will bo promptly at tondod to. All foreign sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEAD...

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 May 1894

.J. .-, - V. h n mm SENSATIONAL METAL SCHED ULE AMENDMENTS PRESENTED BY SENATOR JONES Tliry IncrriMPil tlin Untie on Iron and limn ItUo to Slmrp Cliinhrt llrlwern Krptili'iraiM nm Democrat -Sen-ntor WnNIi of tieorirln. De clare Illmteir on the I.utxir guittllou. Washington, May 23. The senate disposed of seven paragraphs of tlio metal schedule yesterday after eight hours of debate. The debate was marked by quite a number of Inter esting clashes between the Republi cans and Democrats. Tho sensation ul feature of the day was caused by the unexpected presentation by Mr. Jones of nn amendment substituting tho McIClnloy bill classification and specific rates on round iron in coils, blooms and charcoal iron, somewhat higher thtiu those already pro posed. Tho amendment was u surprise to some senators on both sides, although evidently anticipated by Mr. Quay and a few other of his colleagues. Mr. Halo tried to use it as a text for taunting tho Democrats, and Mr. Teller read him a very plain...

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 May 1894

,i r -hf ww k I V) ! X t I I h P N Is U J Uti' hl i' At ii MHMaMMMWHwMiiWrirri"w n r Y A MAN MURDERED, ROBBED AND i BURNED) AWFUL CRIXE IN THE SAC AND FOX roiinlrjr-.Ji.lm O'Connor, n Knnir, I .Mnrilnvilnml Itnltliril ll;An I'tikiinnn Mn, Who llml l'nrtiikcn of III lloillullty-Tlii Muni, rrr Al Knilcrtrom In lllile III I'rliiitt llj Cremnllng Virllm- Klrknpoo f-an.l. NowMroajhcd this city yesterday of a terrlblo crnno enacted In the Sac and Fox country. A few nights ago this settlers near by saw that the houto of John O'Connor was on flro about dark and by hard worlc suo-ecded In pxtlngulshlnfr the flames. After the !lre was out they discovered tho body of O'Connor sitting In a chair at thu supper tablu with tho skull cruilied In with a blow from some blunt Instru ment. Another plate with partly caton victuals at the other side of the tablo showed that Ilia murderer had eaten supper with O'Connor, who lived alono. Tho boJy had been robbed of about $200. Tim Klcknpoo I.hikU. The Klek...

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 May 1894

-M dSPT' fr- r""je B.tTsxBD at tns Pofr.Orrtcx at Rutukix, Or is Sccomd-claii Mattik. OrFICK OK rCllMCATlON, HAltKlSON" AVKNUi:. VOL. 2. .GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY M.ORNING, MAY 25, 1894. JSTO 145 Jtetltr (MjM PfWJ'J-l4 4'V ;T I' t 3 9 h IE Oil I TARIFF Bill. IMPORTANT TEST VOTE IN SENATE. THE EYERY DEMOCRAT 13 IN IT3 FAYOR. A Motion lr Mr. Tller Tlmt thri Com- Printline McnMiro bit Tulilmt llefrntoil liy Vote of "JS to 38 Mr. (lor- man (!hn HU YIpxti on iHrlfT l. rsM.it Inn TMrllT Utitli-t C'oiuiiHroit. A8in.NnTO.v, .May si. me an nouncement that Mr. (iormun would spcuk yesterday upon tho turilT, brought out u larger attend- ' unco than usual. After Messrs. Jonci unJ "lutt had dltvussed tiio "T" rail amendment for a time, Mr. Gorman, pale from his recent II1u2hs, took tho lloor. lie spoke slowly and in a low tone of voica. Ho rehearsed the ilifll cultles that had confronted tho Dem ocratic party in dealing with the question of turill reform not nt nil in oppiultiou. hut Internal di...

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 May 1894

FOR ABSTRACTS OF1 TITLES, SfcftW. M. RRONSUN, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRORV 1 r "t tr P t c r V J t It K- I' ' . I' t'l 3 V Ol' u i. f W ljc gcafrcr. -' j!i- - '"- "BV BOY IIOITMAN. l'ltlDAY' MAV '-'.'.."lSiH. KAIMtOAO TIMK TAIU.K. NouTH imvxn. Nt. 406, ChtchnKO Express.... SMS a. m. No. 403, M. Itlvor Express... 3(20 p. tu. No.l3S, Wnjr Freight ViUlii. m, Ho. 43i, Local Freight 2:50 p. rn. B0UTHBOUNI. No. 403, Texas Express ll:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.... 12:S5 p. m. Kn. M. War Frnlffht litttll. m. i'asscngers should nrocuro ticket bo- jregeuuiKOn mo train Tho Dnlly Loader ocenpts advertising with tho distinct tnd posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub llshod In Oklahoma. Tho Loader Bindery Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In tho Wost and Is dally turning out largo quantities of work. Sond In your orders for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at tondod to. All forolcrr sudscrlptions to THE DAILY LEADER m...

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 May 1894

ft k) K LEAVENWORTH 18 EXQTEDL MARCHINQ MISSOURI MINERS MUST STAY OUT. THE CITIZENS ARE U? IK ARHS. They Hold n Momtr Mim Moettn;j unit Deride In ltoIU the t'liinhnt r (he .MUvmrl KtrlkoM ly I'on o of Amu If oco4iir- Wiir Spoillf .Mucin by Iu I.vnilliis Citizen. Li'VVi'xn'oiirii, Kan., May 24. Tho Missouri mliiets nt Kansas City, Kim., de-tnied for tills city with n view of iitUiioncliKr the local miners to ecuso operations uro to be kept out of the city tit nil hazntd.s. Law In to bo thiown aside nnd physical force uscil to repel the invasion. I''ur years Leavenworth has sung' the sottjr of "home rule" and the In terference of outside men with tho operation of one of the leading indus tries of the city Is to bo repelled kindly, If possible, but by the free How of blood, if necessary. The people are uroused ns they never were before, and are bound to gether by one common tie the wel fare of tho clty-polltleal (initiations having been cast aside in tho excite ment of the hour. The pr...

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 May 1894

f. si . T l- .M ? .' 171 X u hi; n v ? i s r i' r . N .., EL RENO CRTS IT. Tl.n IJfninrralloTrrrUiirlol Contention to bfi llvlit Ihrre AaRiikt J. Special to the Lcailer. lit. Ukp, May ,.24 -The Democratic territorial tintm!' committee met In this city today with n full attendance. Chairman (loulil presided, with Judgo Upshaw secretary, Tho committee voted August 1 ns the date for the convention and U Keno tho placo for holding same. Itcp rcscntatloo in Oklahoma proper tvm based on ono delegate for every fifty votes cast for Travors. Cheyenne and Arapahoe country l.x to ten"; Cherokee strip, each county hlxteen. Thin re port was adopted after u strong tight. Chairman (louhl delivered a I'laMerlv address in which ho cautioned Demo crats to work harmoniously and for party success this fall. The speech was ordered published. HUNTINQ DOWN BILL DALTON. Uepnly Manual Frit 8ay tlm dang I" Sum to be IVIpnl Out. The Washington Tost of May 10, contains tho following: Deputy United States Marsh...

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 May 1894

mkt R mnthrit (pi'viHUCI C5 EMTKRBtl AT TUB Poi r-OPFtCK at OcTrtniit, Or it Seconcclasi Mattik. ornci: or ruiu.icATiorr, iiauhisonavknui:, VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 181)4. NO 140 I- II SENATOHS KYLE AND FRYE CALL FOR ACTION. THEY WANT THE SENATE TO ACT. Sir. IIhIo Commpnt Mnrraitlrattjr ou Mr. (ionium's 'liirlfT sprcrli llarbetl Wire Ailtlril to tho free 1,1 t - Thla Cauicj n Surprise tn ttiu SciihIo i (,'oiiiproinWo Amriiil merit Agreed to. Washington, May 25. At tho open ing1 of the session of tho scnato yes terday Mr. Kyle urged tho passage of his resolution declaring it was not the purpose of the United States to uso forceto restore LUluo'taluul as queen of the Hawaiian islands, und that any foreign interference with those islands would be considered tin net of hostil ity to the United States. Mr. Daniel, Democrat of Virginia, objected to action on the resolution until the resolution on the same sub jeet reported by tho foreign affairs committee had f...

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 May 1894

' '4, J FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SKEW. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRjjOR ..--.-. i-- . .. - i mi - iawiiwfcii ';" i; i niiiwiiiMiwiM wMiiwif mwiihi u iwi i i u i.hi.i iiuniFn iinwt umiiwi. i i mw mixihi i in hi " I "'""J" ' - " ; 'J? f u uAii li -r t V r .f lj gsnbcv 1JY HOY HOFFMAN. SATURDAY. MAY art. lsiU. UAILUOAU TIM 15 TA1U.K. Nonnt nouNn. Nt. 400, Chlchago Expros?.... 5M3 a.m. No. 403, M. River Express... .1:20 p.m. No.422, Way Freight 7:00a.m. Mo. 420, Local Freight 2sS0p. m. Botrrii iiou."st. No. 403, Toxas Express 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express. ...12:5.1 p. m. Ko.4M.1Vrv Frulcht 1:05 I), m. Passengers should procure tickets bo- jregoiiing on mo tram Tho Dally Loador acenpts advertising with tho distinct ind posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowsjnpor pub lishod In Oklahoma. The Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In thn West and Is dally turning out largo quantitlos of work. Sond In yourordorsfor bin...

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