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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 26 May 1894

pJfWPPqpMKdi iSGWitb TUE LEADEH, GUTHPJE, OKLAHOMA HUNTINGTON'S VIEWS. Tho I ulh.ijr Mugitato an Hie I'nclllo Ito.dll llflit Qllr.tlnn. Wariii.voto.v, May 'jr.. Representa tives of tlio Central Pacific rnihvay appeared be for 3 the bouse coinmlttco on Pitutilc roads to giro tholr views on the Pacific rallro.itl bill Introduced by Chairman Ucllly of Pennsylvania. President Huntington spoko at length on tlic diflieuttles cneountei ed In urganlxfngunl building the ro.id in the early V,k The Impression abroad that the builders had been made rich, he said, was erroneous and ho detailed home of the extra ordinary expenses the builders hint been compelled to meet. When the road was completed there were no government bonds left, but many debts. The company had always managed to keep its credit good. Coal, which had to be Imported at Ilrst from Australia, was a great expense. Share i ha I to bo sold at from 7.'. to Pi) to pay the debts. Weils. I'lirgo and company had been paid Sl,r.(M),Oi)0 ...

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. — 26 May 1894

'IS isSIMie-TSwwf I n'i nnrni --- a TJ1K LEA J) EH, OUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. C O.O i. f I I t J j. I & & I BIT AND THE HIGHLAND PAHK QUESTION SETTLED. CITY WILL GET A FEW ACRES, And (tin Itrnialiiiler of tlie Turk Will tin Dlvlilril Into lllnck nml l.ot-ltntlir n "Vlctorj" for tlie lnlhrle Tmrii. Its Ilimril, IMilrh 'Will llejiln to Modify tlie l'Hrk l'lul. The ucsltnn ns to the disposition of Highland park Is settled. The locul townsito botird yesterduy receivwl n decision from the Interior depurtnfent, which gives the city n very black eye. The decision is In favor of the town sito board and requests the board to proceed to modify tho park pint and glvo tho city not less than ten nor more than twenty acres, and divide the excess Into lots and blocks. This decision elToctually nettles tlio park question, and at tho simo tlmo shows up the dense ljjnoranco of tho old townsito board and Its willful disre gard of the land laws. It seems tho present board has been on firm ground nil 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. — 27 May 1894

Wkt mnthrit Burn!, at in. TosT-Oi-picit it Gutiikic, Ok is Sbcohd-class M.TTK. orvici: or ruiir.ieATioN, makkisuk avlxuk. VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 189,1, NO 147 - fy. I wL3 3i ii nifi m DRADSTREET'S OPINION OF THE BUSINESS SITUATION. THE OUTLOOK HOT ENCOURAGING. TlmOntj-l.'nrdiirii-In; Iriilustrlnl IVnttiro Ir tlm I r(ilill Nf-ttlnuittiit or Nnit Sphsihi'a ,'ron mitl Slrvl Wiiro .SihIii Without il Nlrtkn Tlio 1.1 port of AVIici.it The l'rlce Mnipmriit. Nnw Yoiik, May 20.- llradstrcct's Trade lluview hays: "Tlio able conditions prevailing inernlnl nnil Jiulnstr.nl throughout tho country, with tho prospect for no unlavor- i in com- ' circles together material improvcm nt during tho sum- mer, uuirlcH tho present fenion tis probably tho dullest rolutlvely for twenty yenr.s. At no time since panic nnil business depres-don mani fested IhuuiHulvuH luht year hnvi) re ports us to tho volume of sales of merchandise, tho m.iuufacturu of staple (foods an t tho Indispos...

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. — 27 May 1894

.- Wi-"-"',! w FOR ABSTRACTS OF 1ITLF5, SF.tt . M. RRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK. OF INDIAN TERRI1 GRY. i tmi wwi'wii mi iiiiinnwiiiii t "" 'mm f , O it V. ." 1. 1 I i- i ! l I & K X . i (.- i". i Vji , r j". vwgir t)c gcufccr. UY HOY IIOIfPMAN. SUNDAY. MAY 1MU. KAILUOAD TIMK TAMLK. N(IlT;i 110 UNT). No 40ft, Clilchago Exprost.... 5:45 a. m. No. UK, M. Itlver Express... V,'M p. m. No.422. Way Freight 7:00 n. in. No. 430, Local Freight 2:30 p. m. south nou.Ni. No. 401, Texas Kxpross 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklaltonm KxpriM....12:M p. m. No. 423, Way Freight ltnr.u. m. Piissongors should proeuru tickets bo jro gutting on thu train Tho Dally Londor acchpts advertising with tho distinct tnd posltivo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu it;;., latlon of any nowspopor pub llshod In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In th Wost nd Is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Sond In your ordors for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly a...

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. — 27 May 1894

v J V I iJ ,!- L- THE LEADEB, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA ra miners num. DLOWN UP BY CniPPLE CREEK STRIKERS. UAHY MORE BEL1EYED TO BE DEAD. Ilio Slronc .Minn WrrrfarU lj (Unit 1'ow iIit A KcIru of Terror hI Mrtor I21;litieu Dt-imty Sheriff Capture! 1.111I nUiirmril by Women ()lllrT4 nml Strikers I'm- paring fur u lluttlo. MiiifMiii i pa mi rtiwim i ill 111 wmii a i aiKwiH m m iw TARIFF WORK. Cimimtx (Ciikrk, Col., May 2(1. Eleven men killed, with ti strong probildllty that tlii number of dead will be increased when nil is known, is the record of the llrstduy of trouble hero, although real lighting has not yot bisgun, us the dopntlcs are await ingr reinforcements before beginning active operations. At 10 o'clock yesterdny morning eleven men started to work in the .Strong initio on llattlo mountain. Shortly afterward a party of strikers blew up the slinft-housj, causing a loss of $'.'.1,000 and then dropped 100 pounds of giant powder down the shaft which was also exploded, kill ing all tho inma...

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. — 27 May 1894

- r ,t - M 1P- Or, HlE LEADEB, OUTHKIE, OKLAHOMA. w . V -?J I il 0 1 H n i ft" lOHL MAIL SBNKL IT WILL DE 8TRENOTHENED AND OTHERWISE IMPROVED. NEW CLERKS AND CARRIERS Tn lln l'nl On Tim l'oHtnnic IJiillillitR l lln Suptillril With 1 iirnlluro or tin' l.ntmt Ntjln nml 1' tlnni-Inti rrtt. InRTnlkWItli lim .nrMcClnri. Hrnt lltrftbjr ttir ilpiartinrnt -Kicltlng 51 ip y n in out AnimiK I'ontnlllrn A. plli'iililn. 0. T. McClnrc, special ncnt of tlio poatolllcc department, loft yesterdny for Kansas City, after a week's stay in tlic city. Mr. McCluro Is one of the most trusted men In the service of tlio department, and his Rood worlc all over the country has won him much enviable notorloty. Mr. McClure was appointed during Cleveland's (Irst term of ofllcc, and It Is probable that ha will retain his position as long as ho desires. Mr. McCluro wasnentto this city not only to Investigate tlio Morten affair, but also to arrange for extending and otherwise. Improving tho mall scrvlco in this cit...

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. — 29 May 1894

m (CDjprV cm RXTBRED KX Tit PoU-OrriCK AT GttTttRIV, Oc IS SltCOUD-CLASft MATTER. rife orriOK or ruiiLicAiiox, hauuisox avknui:. wwwwnpwwwi Bwwimm fw a or mntitit mint 4U ii w A i imsi i ys z.wvt im m ms m mm$ 7&?'r'J j VOL. 2. awiwajwj"!!. l-IJ MR. HILL'S AMENDMENT OVEn WHELMINGLY DEFEATED, ONLY THREE YOTES TO HAKE IT FREE Srnilor Vfit DofcmU tlio Duty l'ut ou It liy tlm Kriinto Klniuico Committee V1I MrlUlllrj- Aliii'niliui'nta l're- t viitril by tteiiubllcitiK Vutoil llinrn Other Amrml- menu to the TnrtlT Hill Wahiiixotox, May 38. Twenty three minutes werchpontat thu anon iiif,' of the day waiting for a quorum of senators to appear. For the llrst time since Mr. Harris was placed In charge of Die tariff bill ho wiih not In his teat. The delay In seciirlnjr a quorum shut out tho consideration of the Hawaiian resolution. The paragraphs of tho tariir bill passed over Friday wero first taken up. Tho first was l.r0, relating to tho duty on wheels of iron or bteel, car nud loeomotlv...

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. — 29 May 1894

1 I V FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SKEW. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY. i f L t P J! ' ( r. -c JB i i ! Hi' if. if ,!i M 1 -m ' " j UY HOY nOPl'MAN. TUKJ.DAY. MAY 50. 181U. 11A1I.UOAD TtMK TAI1I.K. KOUTII HOUND. Nc. 400, Chlcliago Exprcs 5:4r. a.m. No. 403, M. Hlvcr Express... 3;20 p. m. No. 122, Way Freight 7:m a. rr.. No. 420, Local Freight 2:20 p. m. SOUTH ltOUNII. No. 403, Texas Express 11:10 p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express.. ..12:!ir p. in. No. 423, Way Frcicht I:it5p.m. I'assoiiKcra should procuro tlckots be jro getting on tlm train Tho Dally Loader acenpts advertising with tho distinct ind positivo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspopor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loader Blndory Is onoof tno best institutions of tho kind in tho Wost and Is dally turning out largo quantities of work. Sond In your ordors for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at tondod to. All forolcn sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must In variably bo ...

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. — 29 May 1894

V TUTS LEADBB, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. , A On THE STORY OF AN EDITOR IAL CONVENTION. FABER-SIIOYERS ARE COMING In l.-trRO Niiinhrra In tlin t'npltnl f'lly, mill Tlipy Mint Ho (IIvhii h Cmilhil Welcome. A Uhllt-'n Among WTrtkln Note Mini I nlth He'll 1'rrnt 'llm -The Couunllti'ra lt-Tlnril-Tlioi AVh'i Are llt-lplng. TI1030 big hearted, brainy, courteous fellows the editors of Oklahoma will bear down upon us like an nva lancho to.lay, They are com ing In largo numbers. In their best bill and tucker, with pencils stuck behind their ears unci eyes all over their hends eomlnjr, be It reiterated, with the expectation of finding Ihe latch string of ISuthrie's door on the outside. And judging from the present mi-t-pklous seeming, the latch string will not only bo out, but the door will hi flung wide open with brick bats on the ledge to defy the vKollan winds. The convention, Including the ball and banquet, will be a success. Tho cttlz-ns havo taken a hand in the mat ter and ore zealously co-oper...

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. — 29 May 1894

K 3 -n VA En V t ' 9 ; 'it r c; ln -. Oil :;;i : f r I . ( I a . I, U !. i L'S W. A, MUnPHY AND HIS SINOLE HANDED WORK. INTERESTING POND CREEK NEWS, UttttTlilFtr li TlirhliiB lliirlnrM In O Cnmity-I'rrlliitlnnrjr Kiniiilimlloii if Train Unburn Wlmt tlin IVtiplnof '1 lirlfiy I. County Think of Ui.v. rriior ltenfrinr mill lilt (Sooil Vt'ork-A llrlght llnlcli or New rrniii n Neighbor. Correspondence Daily Leader. Vo.ni Ciirkk, Ok., May 28. During theso times, when deputy United Stales marshals are killed In attempting to arrest violators ol me law, it wouiu look very foolish for ono deputy United States marshal to attempt to arrest tnreo men, out Unit is lust what tho "kid marshal," W. A. Mur p ty of this place, did this week. Ho ..ent in tho northern portion of this county alone ami brought back with him, undei- arrest, three men for violating the I'ultcd Stales law. Murphy is tho same deputy marshal who arrested Nate Sylva, thu train robber, at 121 Jlenn, some time ago Ho is ouo of t...

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. — 30 May 1894

-: -,- t Entexbd at thi PosT.Orricc at Gcturie, Ok tt Second-class Matter. urnci: or pumi.ic.viion, iiauiusonam'.nui:. voi.. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MOANING, MAY so, 1804. NO MP mki MtMtt mntnnt Vrt t in i, v mm ANNUAL MEETINd OF THE TEH RITORIAL PRESS ASSO CIATION. "COMPLETE LIST OF HEW OFFICERS. Tho Mrutlll!; Clui-n Willi u HrlllUnt Hall Mini IUtiitflt In llcuiir of thn Miilturt A IVwt lit IC-uiimi himI l'lciiv nf Soul l'rocreillue of thu Coiiientli u. The brnin nnd brnwu ot the grand tcrri lory of Oklahoma, the men who vrtelil the pen ami the scissors and paste pot with equal facility, nre within tiie portals of tho capital city. They are beiiifr en tert lined by thu local newspaper men and citlz)n. The vliiting quill bhovers began ar riving nt an early hour yesterlay morning unil by noon, twenty fly had fc& .rfca-red ILkadkii oil d their nuiiies at Tun D.MI.V Mo. Among the first to ar rive were Hiitors Quuin uuil llen-dey. During tho afternoon the boys were lnformiilly ...

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. — 30 May 1894

,nr-" jdm-Jitm J i rtWStoft v Wj ,.f "ltt FOk ABSTRACTS OP TITLES, SEE W. M. BRONSON, IN UEAk OF BANK dF 1NPIAN TEKRHORV iTf P. -a ' t K a Lr. ! M Wli . t I ;r ati 11 4 4 S -, Mft. Hi. ft1 ft - : it ljc gcafccr. DY ltOY ttOVFHAN. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3n. 19l. RAH.UOAI) Tl.MK TA1U.K. N0IIT1I HOUND. Nc. 400, Chlcluigo Express.... 6:4.1 a.m. No. 40$, M '.River Kxpress... 3;20 p. m. No. 420, Way Freight.. 7:00 a. m. No. 430, Joctil Freight 2:20 p. in. SOUTH UOUNII. No.40.1, Toxtts Express 11:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma Express. ...12'f5 p. m. No. 423, Wny Freight l:(ttp. m. I'dHsciiKcrc should procure tickets bo ro getting on tlu) train Tho Dally Loader nccnpts udvortlslng with tho distinct nnd posltlvo guarantoo 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 nnd Is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Sond In your ordors for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at ten...

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. — 30 May 1894

I- Wkt fmLtiufb V t Uktkrkd at tn Pur-Owen at Goth me, Oc u Skcond-class Matter. orrici; of ruiit.tcATiox, iiAuitisoxAvr.Ni,i:, VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY-"o, 1S94. NO 110 A 3 1' 1 44' diiM0J X H t ii u MttJW ii m f mm. vw vm r omi wKyfflGCliyi'flm'Slj iMvCn T7. J&HPSMffiMft ' W I mas&Si KjMcM.jr&ffimryw viP-1-' u?iliUHlllBKa ys. - v ,,.- TIIE BOYS IN GRAY. iiv col. wn.i. l. vissciii:u. WAS more than three decades ntro A lung, long tlmo nwuy That wo wpro Jolly loys In blue. Now eare Loys In gray. A poet-friend has said of you: "11 o's on til o uafl thai sails lu plov. Ire ecds of iiusta.it youth, Whrro boyhood ucor tails." Uo at tho end ut nuny years Along Life's rugiwd way, Tho lino has mingled with llic skies AnA wo aro boys lu gray. Tho true and brao of all the hosts That ttoro the Ulue nnd Gray, And fought for what they deemed the right, Aro done with war to-day. The rosy, round-limbed Queen of I'eaco Has broken War's array; His hosts, disarmed...

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. — 30 May 1894

vtv ,-,... "1 ' - . k: .' "T, f . gpip?ipf:ijifti .tusia&assa ijxsassnsssas: gs:iiKzi r nf I'i'jn i wiit" ii igraKifMMF"fffitoTfiirT JH.'DSm.I I .T. ,.,,, n H 1.JL I 1 ; j 4 I 6 I I DAY B M Kin fl 9 B H ' ' f u ffl B fl I fl I fl I I I I 1 Q 1 I I . a ' ! Hi A ' y M , . . . I n j ,) .i' :Ji'WPwl"''Pw If you are going to attend the Services out. at the Cemetery y6'u Will likely need a sun-shade of some kind. E BHBKMi TT P. C. H. I HAS GOT'EIVL LARGE VARIETY AND VERY LOW PRICES. 26-inch Umbrellas at 48, 60, 85c and 1.00, 1.35 and $2 00. Parasols in White, Black and Colors, made of Surah and Moire Silks. You will also need a Fan; ETTER'S 0. P. C. H. have these too, Prices range all the yay from 1 cent up to $2,00; HANDKERCHIEFS Likely you will need one or more of these if the day is warm. ETTER'S O, P. C. H. have these also; all kinds, you can buy of us from lc up. To the men folks we will say that ETTER'S O. P, C. H. have the largest variety of Negligee Shirts, Summer Underwear,- ...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 30 May 1894

I (. I fliiiRfli 1 IS KGLIIDL PEIQN OF TERRO.l IN CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT. ANOTHER OUTBREAK 13 IH31HEHT. Tim ArmWtlco DrcUrnl Stmilur Muile Ve of lijr tlio Mirrim (ii Inrrrn.n Tlirlr 1'orri'i Tim ruining t'lmli l'ruinWeft to 1 1 Kur Mora Trrrllile Tlinu llimo Already AVItlienseil. CniPPi.E CitRKK, Col., May 20. If troullc breaks out again, anil It Is Im possible to see how It can be avoided, tlio results bid fair to bo fur more ter rible than those already witnessed. The armistice declared Sunday was made use of by the sheriffs to In crease their forces. Nearly -109 men have been recruited In Denver nnil only await the slightest outbreak to be forwarded to Cripple Creek and be sworn In as deputies. Tlio Htriker.'i seem to have taken courage frota tho notion of (iovernor Walto and affect to believe tint tlio militia would aid them in carrying out their purposes. He this as it may, tho entire district is terrorized, utiil the strikers, being encourage 1 by tho temporary withdrawal of t...

Publication Title: Guthrie Daily Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 30 May 1894

QNHWWiawnjnt.inil Mtim.ii.ie, iiiiii,dra!'i'"'i". i. ' 'ly--. -- ,.b,t. 'SWW - fKjmnk . ntnm- -? "V --. t ,; I . : THE LEADER. litrTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. Jf s . .---" fc" ? 1 " ) I: u Ii t It T tf !l : SrS, f I i , i. j?.Z-' w 1 ". . illlfllKlSI OANQ OF SOME THIRTY HORSE THIEVES UNEARTHED. lECUMSEH'S GRAND JURY'S WORK. Thirty StU Indlatud il TTutj Mor Under buipltilun ou Ilia Clmr iif WhnlatuU llorte St ulluc -A llucly Tint li I'lrinljr Urgntilxril rriini Arkamat lu Arlunt unit Illicit-! Lair Tnct 11 The ncnn tbat attne from Tecum tch Is most Hturtlliij,'. Some thirty IndlctmeuU Iibto been found iijuiiisl prominent reilclentu and citUonf, uf that 001001411115 and elsewhere, ohnrjfltf them with liorac-atoulliig. Of this Bomber serentcen hnro been arrested, thirteen are In Jul L. one out on bond und tbrco hare cicftpcd and ofllceis are In close pursuit. Thirtcon have not yet been apprehended. ScTen of thoiO arrested hare already been arraigned and have plead full tj . Tb entire community 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. — 1 June 1894

..,;: i, ,rWii t n ri " - ' ' . . ,.....- u .- o 31 T V" Rntrkro at tub PJST-Omcit at Outhmv, oe u Skcokh-claii Mattkr. t mHMBM MMMBWJI I 1 W W orricr. or i-iiiilioaiion, iiaukison avknuiS 1 VOL. 2. GUTHBIE, OKLAHOtA, FlUDIY VI 3 S" t T , J17NK I, ISH, tfj 153 v pnMwtlirmn itllm dfkalet l'h LX ISV -" 1 t. Ifc COLLECTION OF VALUAULE AOniCULTURAL DATA. H IJEIBHSB AMOUNT OF RESEARCH. T"n 'iimiiI Ylelil of Acrlcultnr.il Iro- nil. l Muro tho Org-iiiUttlon of the .i..Tiiiin-iit, Their (Tost of l'ro- tliirllon, TritniMr(ntloa to Market, nnil the Slur Uet l'rlcci. V.ni:.voTox, May 31. An Invest! gau-ninf mummoth proportions and involving nu immense amount of ro se. i roll lb contemplated In ft provision contained In tilts bill making nppro pr ;it oils for tho department of agri culture for tho next Hscal year vihich rccontly passed the house. Of tho 5100,000 allotted to the statistical division of .tho depart ment bill, SIA.OOO is to lie oxpen led In tha colluetlon ami tabulation of data, v...

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. — 1 June 1894

FOR ABSTRACTS OF TtTLES. SKK W. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRI1QRY. Sljc gimfccr. UY HOY HOFFMAN. FRinAV. Jl'XK I. I MM. KAILKOAU TIMK TAlll.K. xoutii bound. No 400, Chtchago Express.... 5: a. 01. No. 40, Mr. Klvcr Express... 3;20 p. m. No.422. Way Freight 7:00 a. m. No. 430, Local Freight 5:30 p. m. SOUTH DOUND. No. 403, Texas Express 11:10 p.m. No. 47, Oklahoma Express.... 12:.5 p. m. N". 423, Way Freight 1:05 p.m. Pcngers should procure ticket be jre getting on the train Tho Dally Loador ccenpts advertising with tlto distinct nnd posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any nowspapor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Bindery is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In th Wost and is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Send In your ortJors for binding and blank books and thoy will bo promptly at tended to. All foreign sudscrlptions to THE DAILY LEADER must In variably be paid in advance. ktmacitii'riox uatks. DAILT. One month, delivere...

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. — 1 June 1894

O" t. jjm tit&SrXZ.T.- --Jr-i i.-7,-: o TUTS LEADER, GUTSME, OKL,A0OMA. 1 f)iUi 1 m..li nl 1 ,i iif,MilMiM.h in Ui- Hi k W 1 r &: -$ "j1 i V LL. v 4 ?" ft- lEfll SHARPS AND FLATS OF THE STATE CONVENTION. MEETS HERE OH JUKE 1, 2 AND 3, t-r Two llumlrril Urlrgntra Kxprc oil to lie l'n'-lit-Tllo Unrk mill drouth of th Younir l'ioil'nSorlet)'or Clirl. I Inn Knilfiior-A Or.mil! (llnrl. uua nml lluriiiouliiiK M re I Im; Ali'lrlpttril-Siiinu Timely Ail lin--rri('lii unit Inn of ilie l'roaldrnt. The Fourth Territorial Convention of llio Young People';! Society of Christian Endeavor will bo held tit (Juthrlo, beglti nniK Friday nfti'i noon, Jiuii'l, ut .1:33 ji. in., unil continuing UiioiirIi Sunday, 1iiiii3. Arrangements are beliift made on the largest scalo for tliN con volition. Tlio Kuleuvois of (iiithrlo nio thorough!) alho to tlio tusk. Every society In the city Is doing Its utmost. There Is a real revival of tlio splilt In tlio city and tlio-c who liavo heretofore boon coni'mr...

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. — 1 June 1894

THIS LEADEli wTJTHBLEJ, OXLA1I0MA. V r h- fT I '4. ft CONVENTION ECHOES. Mort Hitter t'lio.-ii Urlt-gtta lo Hie A. Imry I'rtfU National Contrtitlon. Tho vlslttnj? knigliU of llio inlll liflvo relumed to tliclr homos niul arc already (tinging llm prnlscs o( Uutlirk, n warm, thrifty, hospitable town. That the press convention held In thta city on Tuesday was a success In every "vayls ndiullted on every hand and r.bndy feels better on account of 4T1, live committee will f.oon i' 'and natnu the next plnci u ami arrnngo other details t to the association. Jlxlcr of tho Kormon State 't ii pen il' M ' DtfHiDL:it. wnn vnlnrtlnv nnim it iw Llm nfcsocJrttton's ilclcgata to tho National Press association, which incuts ill Asbury Park. Arrangements will soon bo made for nn editorial excursion lo cither "rty,eston or Salt Laku In August or September Jicxt. Upon cnstlng up their returns yes terday, the local newspaper men found themselves rather deeply Im mersed In a hole, but were kindly helped ...

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