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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Guthrie daily leader. — 2 June 1894

,-- mitt mvrihrit (pJ&lf itilJI 4 Entered at tni Pjst-Ofhc at Corn me, Ok is Sscohd-clais Mattrx. OI'KIC'K Ol' 1'UIII.ICAIION, HAKItlNON' AVKNUII, unsKMMHnmsflnHHOiaMMnaaiaanM VOL. 2. GUTHBEE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MOKNING, JUHK CJ, 1804. NO lot P ;N if' .ft i. 5 ik k 1.A mr .v itr i H YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETV CHRISTIAN END AVOH OF' A MOST AUSPICIOUS CONVENTION Opcnlii; of ii ."Ucrllni: XU oh I'mhiiIm' Much (loud Over 200 IlHlrRiilrii In Att. nil.int'o l'riinilnrnt M urkcn In llm Canto From All l'urti of Ihn Counlrjr l'rt-itnt The l'lojrnm (liven In full. I ( The city of Guthrie has once luoro thrown wide open her hospitable doors and is now entertaining dele- gales to one of. the mot powerful Christian societies known. j This organization is the Young P.tnnl .'j . .Ii. ,f Plifidl'iit. t.'r..1.i.. mw 1 wh'eh convened at 3:30 o'clock yosler aay afternoon in the l'resbyterl.in church. The delegutes began arrvlng by train loads yesterday morning and by 4 o'clock over 20j hod arrived 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. — 2 June 1894

FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SEEW. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY. fi 5 is IC H c fi- r L d&ljtf gtfrtfccr UY HOY HOFFMAN. SATURDAY. JUNK 2. 181M, HAII.ltO.VI T1MK TAHI-K. koiitii nou.vn. Nt. 400, Chlchnuo Express.... 5:4 a.m. No. 408, M. Uivor Express... 3;20 p. m. No. 422, Wny Freight 7:(X) a. m. No. 420, Local Freight 2:'J0p. ro. SOUTH HOUND. No. 403, Texan Express 11:10 p. in. No. 407, Oklahoma Express. ...12:.V p. m. No. 433, Way I'mleht 1 -.in p.m. I'fusongfirs should procure ticket be jra gutting on tho train Tho Dally Loador acenpts advortlslng with tho distinct nnd posltlvo tfurtrantoo that It has double tho paid circu lation of any nowspnpor pub lished In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost Institutions of tho kind In trn 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- ondod to. f All forolgp sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must In- variably bo paid In advanc...

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. — 2 June 1894

fciJ J THE LEADER, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. fcyMl II ! ! Ll, ,, I,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, lt i v Tf V mv u .- ;' I K, &. r li& T f fitlT nnillll I flllf! Pnniipnn 1 IUFUIUUHNLAHLU38. THE CRIPPLE CREEK WAR BE YOND ARBITRATION. HIE AUTHORITIES AROUSED AT LAST A Pji.icUI SrmIoii of tlm (IrnnU .Itirj Cnlleil to Talto Up llio Wlioln Mut ter ittillw.ljr Comliiclim, llngl ucer mill l'lremiMi Tlif-:itrn to llrlp Out tlm Miner If tlm Wortt Cumei. Coi.OlIAPO SlMtl.NOR, Col., Juno 1. Tlm authorities havo tiotllk'tl tlio inino owners who have property at Cripplu Creulc that tin trouble in Unit district has gone entirely beyond tho question of wages or of arbltrutlon of wages. It Is now, they Stat-, entirely one putting of down tho lawless ness uiul insurrection ex'sting In the district, mil this they propose to inalce an effort to do. For this purposo u special session of the grand Jur' has been called nntl tho l'r pple Creek cases will at once bo taken up. People who livo and do business In Cripple...

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 June 1894

p 19C THE LEADRh. ilTTHKTJ5 OKLAHOMA. worui iiwpji.M tf i B' II FOUR SQUAF1E MILES OF THE CITY UNDEn WATER. THE LOSS ESTIMATED AT $300,000. rhrtel.lTM Known to Have lion Lost nml Sctcral 1'emoni Ar MImIiic Six llrenkn In tho Lctrn of tli At- kanina Hlver Othrr Necllont uf Colorado limit? riiimlnl Mornn Klieulierr. rcr.ni.0, Col., May 31. Four breaks in tho levee of the Arluinsiis river on tlio north sldo nml two on the south side, due to high waters cnuscd by fierce rain, have Hooded many blocks of business nml residence sec tions of this city. Tho losses aro es timated at S300.0OO. ) At 8:10 o'clock last night tho flro nlnrtn whlstlo sousded warnings to tho residents of tho lowlands and soon tho first break occurred In tho loveo, on tho north side just west of tho Main street bridge. Tho wuter rushed in in torrents and flooded the block from tho river to Richmond avenue botwenn Union avenue and Main street. Then enrno tho other breaks and soon all the lower bottoms of tho city were...

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 June 1894

) , nre,-: -z-H. JT KM-efl-wwT-Mv BiTR-run at Tile P jjt-Oh'ICK at Guthrie, Or Skcohd-class Matter. OPI'lOi: OF l'UUMCAlION, HAttttlfiOXAVKNUi: V 4 (Z c s7 5 OJL. 2. mawiw m 'iiknimm fl TOTAL LOSSES ESTIMATED AT $5,000,0000. ALL PARTS OF THE STATE YI3ITED. 1 llunilrntU of 1'eoplo Drltcu I'rnm Their loiimt I'tiur I.lvol KiLiim til lluvo IJum I nt Muiijr nr .1ll-lii- uiul thu Dentil I.l-t .'luy lln (lrc.nl IncruHSCil llrltUli (oliilu- bli.' Terrible l-ltulloii. 1.1'xvr.n, Col., Juno 2. 1'rom all parts of the state come reports of ruin from Hoods duo to the heavy rains of thu past few days and con servative estimates plac.j tin total losses at S3, 000,000. At least four lives have so far been lost but many are niii.sng and thu death list may bo greatly increased In t'.iis city t!io l'lutte river continued t rin u it t .1 o'clock this nurir.njr an I a r.i,iiif tor rent Is pouring through the lowlands. Colfax an 1 Jerome p.irk weru tin Id I ut 11 o'clock last night a-i 1 the p -oplu livi...

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 June 1894

.- O "C""""" Xtz- e h rt !f3f r. J BJ f y k i-y FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SKEW. M tyc cftfrci UY KOY HOFFMAN. SUNDAY, .uwi: 3. imu. K.VIMtOAD T1MK TAI1LK. N011T1I nouxn. Nc. 0fl, Chlchairo Rxprno.... 5:45 a.m. No. 4(H, M. Kivcr Express... 3:iMp,B, No.422. Way Prt'lKht... 7: a. m. No. 420. Local Freight 2:20 p. m. HOttTII 1I0UXU. No. 401, Texan Rxpro 11:10p.m. No. 407, Oklahoma BxprnM...,12:5p. m. No. 433, Way Frolsht tins p.m. Passenger should procure ticket be jro felting on .ha train The Dally Leader aconpta advertising with the distinct nd positive guarantee that It Iias double the paid circu lation of any newspaper pub lished In Oklahoma. The Ldader Blndory Is onoof tho bddt Iristltutlons of tho hind lii thWost and Is dally turrilrig dUt largo quantities of Work. Sond lri your drdors for bidding aHd blarite book3 and tHdy Will do drompily at tdriddd to. All foreign sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must In Varlably bo paid In advanco. BUHSCKIl'TION KATK8. DAII.T. flnn month, deli...

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 June 1894

s Sk-- : -;- r-r - -( f) " TJiK LEAJXEB, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.. J.I.I..! l J wmih wwwtimmwMWi iiWMiiiwMiaiiii n iniwirniiiitnw 1 ' ? " J I 5w ft'. ' l .it 1 tf X A P-f23 l I 'ONCE AWE I AW 5 SP23 A 'ill ONE Ml ti JHm-lKOME TK PrfDTBET. BUSINESS MEN HOLD A OF NEW YORK MCETINC. THE BILL VIGOROUSLY DENQU1IC3D. Bcnitnr IIIH IVrltM a Htronj I.ottor Azrtlmt tho Mnure Tho l'roraot er uf the Meeting DUnpiioliittri In tlio Html! Attrmtmcf, Out About 1,000 l'eoplo llnllis Promt Itoiolutloiil. New Yoiik, .lime '.'.Tho biiitness moil's meeting i" Carnegie Music liiill last cvunlmr to prot-sst uj'.ittHt tlio in come tax feature of tho propo.ed tariff bill was notable for the character of the audience, number and enthusiasm of those whoiittunJcd. Tho call wns slpnod by nearly 500 representatives of tho largest business Interests of tho city. Tho platform was crowded with gentlemen influential in tho business walks of llfo. Preparations ha l been made to accommodate tho crowds that had been expected,...

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 June 1894

C-i t !?& AXfcS'- 1 - n n U ! - M W jv- M K I I'; M f ! JE LORD'S VIM. t, SECOND DAY'S SESSION OF THE Y. P. S. C. E. ANNUAL ELECTION OP OFFICERS. Mr Willi im ltllnonn Itf-rlrctr.l I'rmlili-nt of llin Boi'litlyllo 9lukt- n HllrrlnR Aitilrrm-Inlrrrlliifr Vatrt H-ml hj Itar. Urly of OkUliiuu t City nml llnv. H. K. Henry if Niiriimri Tim Junior Mih-1- rty 11ns Ah Inning. At 8::m o'clock tho rrcsliytorlun church was well III' ul mid a very ex. collcat pralso sprvlco wus Icil by Uuv. H. K. Henry of Xurmnn. Rev. Henry is a yoiinf? man and full of llro ns well u9 learning. The songs worn Ming with a. power thut only u Christian Ilnduavor convention can (tiro tl 0 n. Tho singing all through the t-onvun lion lias been very fintt. Miss Iiornlco Hardy spoUj of tho Ufa of tho active member and set tortli in n very beautiful nml well written essay how Important it is that tho life of the Christian should conform to the Christ life. The C. Ii member ought to be a pure, whole souled, generous y...

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 June 1894

k?0& 4 ty -s tl 1$ W ;"rKisu at mi Pnr-Ontc at Gnritmv, Ok Sbconi-clai Mattki. orrici: in' ruiu.ir.vtiox, iiaiiiusonavi:nui:, VOL. 2. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY MORNING, JTNK 5, tSO-JL, NT) 153 mvAWtt tk !.... 1- v J-I'Hk lx -V tr tf i 1 ! 11 T in. TO' 'AL CHRISTIAN WORK. ER-. RETURN HOME. CLOSE OF EHDEAYOR COHYEHTIOH, Wlilih 1. Vn'.l Uy I,onit Oilil Onn f Hip MiI Mlicc. )4ill Aff r- i:er II. Ill In I lie Terrllii -.NuntIaj' rrorctill.ii;- till V. il Mif Dr. I ruliiU K Clxrkr of llit"ii-tfMituiluiiii kii.l Noti n-Tliw Cliori'H The Y 1. S li convention began the Subball. da) tervlres by t biinrlne prujvr meeting led by Mr. Itoslin ut wli.eh fort-six delegate', attended. (.'l.rUt often fcet the i-xumplu for these early morning pruyer meetings, nrli Intf a gi cut while before day to pray. In the i atly morning as In the ear.y t'ay of youth the soul is elearer and nn. re free from tare. Theseveiul eliurilis and Sunday Kihools were held in the seter.il i liur. Iil'i us usual in the u...

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 June 1894

i .a -o tsr .?Rr.T-' C f hi trf u FOR ABSTRACTS OF TlTLfcS, SEB W. M. MMiWkttHMMHwaa QIIC $CabCL IY HOV HOKPMAN. TUF.SDAV. .IUM-: .' 1MM KVII.UOAI) T1MK TAMLK. NORTH noUNI). Nc. 40n, Chlchaoo Exprr-M.... 6:45 b. m No. 401, M. HIvpr Express... 3;ai p. in. No.433, Way Freight 7:(a. m, No. 420, Local Freight 3:20 p. m, SOUTH HOUND. No. 401, Toxas Express. ..... ..11:10 p.m No. 407, Oklahoma Express.. ..12:51 p. tn No. 423, Way Freight 1:05 p.m Passengers should procure tickets hi" Jro gutting on the train Tho Dally Loador acenpts advertising with tho distinct nd posltlvo guarantoo that It has doublo tho paid circu lation of any newspaper pub llshod In Oklahoma. Tho Loador Blndory Is onoof tno bost institutions of tho kind In th Wost and Is dally turning out largo quantltlos of work. Send In your ordors for binding and blank bocks and thoy will bo promptly at- londod to. All forolgr sudscrlptlons to THE DAILY LEADER must In- variably bo paid In arlvanco. HUltSCKIl'TION KATKS. DAILY. One...

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 June 1894

i 'Srr Af . &. '-' iv f wx 3?. :v- ' ? i ft homy cftia EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR THE BULL HILL BATTLE. EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ARMED MINERS. Tlirj- Will Mod the Drpatlet nnil Make u Strong Slnnil If 1'oMlblr, mid Then Itetrrnt to the I'ort uud Mcht to the Uoatli Thry Are l're- nreil for n I our Hlrge Mllltln Srnttir Strlkrm. Cihiti.p. Cheek, Col., June -1. All day yesterday the striking miners were on the alert, e-xpeetinj? that at any moment home of Sheriff Bowers' deputies would put ln,nn appearance in somo rMuot3 portion of tlie cam p. Xot a single miner is working in tlie camp. One shift was put in on the Moose, nilcton. Prince Albert, (Sold Dollar, Ingham, .lack 0., and n few other properties, but tlio manigsrs of tlie .several mines were informed that it would be impossible to run nny of the properties. The men are now confident that they will bo attacked some time to-day and the hour may be directly after midnight,. Tluy are ready and this Is so well known by the deputies th.i...

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 June 1894

"--y C' f r .J I h w I IS THE PEERLESS CITV OF FAIR OKLAHOMA. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY OFFERED KorftH.rirt ItnHwny-ClmrlM.l. HItM OCT tlio :ily l'ouiit-ll Vlnm for llin Jlulltllni; mid OpcrtliiR of l.lim kiiiI Ak for i l-riiclilc-llU l'rolllim I.llitrnl biiiI tn tlm t'ulut I.rt thn t'ouu rll Aft. M Tho capital city hai long Mneo nut crown licr RwaiUlllntj clothes, coininer dally spouUlns, and Is now reudy to entertain bids teuilliiff to (fro n tor strides nnil advancement. Factories, mills nnil foundries uro Kolnjr up, new people nre coming in, and tho state house will soon bo undergoing con structlon. Realizing theso things, tho confldenco of tho people In tho city' growth, Is deep, nnd ns n result scores of new notices nro being erected and tho city Is rapidly spreading; bo muuh knilmt lonir walks ure required of suburban residents to reach tho bus! ness portion of tho city. Tills being true rapid transit Is needed and right now tho city lias an excellent oppor tunity of procuring th...

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 June 1894

Ok is Srcohd.ci.ass Mattmr. 'JTJTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, J TIME (J llio Union IJ.T1 ill. I tlio Itirrirpnr.itloiinf it 1 mhllilttmi l'lank In tlio l'lxtform Ooutentloii Xcivi. TopKica, Kan., .Tuno ft. Many dele gates tin-l visitors uro arriving on every train and politics Is tlu solo topic dibcusscd everywhere. Tlio delegates tiro most enthusiastic and oppress tliu utmost confidence hi the tesult of tlio campaign tills fall. l'"reo sliver has muny advocates among tlio delegates, and on a square tost In tlio convention It would un doubtedly bo adopt id ns one of tlio principles upon vh oil to v17j t'lls year's campaign. Several of (lia conn ty delegation aro tiuanim his for a frch silver plank. Tlio D.vily Stato DotfHual lial an editorial la it owning declaring free silver to bis the key note upon which victory Is to bo secured. Tho Journal bays: "'The most Important pollt cal question before jo people to day Is the financial one. Tie reiiionetlzaiiou of silver Is most ' n...

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 June 1894

flR paoffcssiom LAVYLHS. fe 1,1 1 ' lift VC riuiu.ivi Jigri.-s tfjilt this ere is crit has been to itm'stlgnlo ion ougnt to no paper miinner. n Jiy bribery (.(ingress rUiiows it, und it is tbi' in tit U.I tj wluteverin L obtained rre- not to Tie.l rtlic. 11 , an Uliioan, sci7.eil with f!s, is preparing fTiinlstratlon rrsolu- urnposeH to force Til) IKinorr ilie eouven- ,lvi , It H unilcrstood, Is khi lu 1 1 counter in Wubhiug kaed in writing a book to Illutd to the Healthful; ko on coining 11 ueeic. fTTibylvania in the homo linn (iiHinrtt cs. tint it on universal fviii- tins in going to Ice- tri Ileitis, wood Fo depot, siiucKH, II lit! aiTiiy of notli- Id dly passe. All kg.it on of good hinging the L 1' N ( II (ill rie it nil - Fit .1 b'g trlrjj .piny their patriot- fating and arrange ir glorioii!! natal tales. N'olihcr Ltnselves when 1 sensational ir. Ln't tnaUc ber- Lu seys l'ern Later that he recipe, for jdplpe will in Hungers Int. iroiiil bird Ith fervor 'mirth of Inct A "t pay L...

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 June 1894

II Wn 1 1 mwtfMM MWVfMfM. I I ..t 50 .. 50 1.150 .. 3 00 L. coo Icast: rdar, li.t : ;ATS. Etorlnl Dcin- Oltlnlio- hth day 111 I was nulcoii uiin.i hi lie Ilr.-t iio of '.QliL-lor i-'.'nw.eu on m '.' al cond uct ulcleRiitei li III follow ln . . ,;; Ill IS ( 0 , 10 I u t" . ' u sa Hi Ill .... m ....: in 1 . -. :; I ,...,..!' Illlllll-IIUl II lllill .wind con en n h.Uimlill utility con- x. Irinau 1 fiiitt li l.i t t.Hi. iriiwiK kTU II' ll i li'i r l- " Ihren itml tin fcn'l jvtpi it, 'hrlu. I)AVt McCoT. of 8tin l'er 1 ir I t-j . Ooulitj. C ul , u penslontir of lit i ,ir of 191.' uan KM yearn old uf dnii iitf" I Ho fought In lh liittl i ul Tn itncs J Iver, whoro he wittiesiert Hit death it Tecitmseh, the Indiaik rtlly of the ItisTi The old pentkunan Is as well ul hearty ns mot men nt novcnty EuWAIitl llltAIIAM Davs, it lltlltl- morc, lint raised enough iiuuiry by subs rlptlon to scoui'i; ,i deed of thr land on UuituuUc Ulnnik-C'J." (J., where the old Mr Walter Italelgh fort stands. d has...

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 June 1894

o ' paretp Mllltla bT Cmi'PiK C'nn k, Col, June (. Ml day yesterday the striking nittivr-i were on the ulcrt, expecting thnt nt any moment homo of Sheriff Mowers' deputies would put in :m tippeiiruiicc In foiiio remote ponton of the camp. Not a single miner is working in the camp. One shift was pnt iu on thu Moose, l'lkton, Prince Albert, Hold Dotlur, Ingham, .luck O., mid u few other properties, hill the in:u.ig4rb of the several mines wore informed that It would be impossible to run liny of tlio properties. The men are now conlldent that they will be attacked some time to-daj and the hour may bo directly nfter midnight. Tli y are ready and tliis is so well known by the deputies th.it the oflleer commanding is using the utmost e.iutiou. All men not necessary to guurd ap proaches to Hull hill and forage for suppliesjiavo been massed nb mt tho forttllcntion, and their nu.nber is slightly over 1.800. Yesterday the strikers made their last forage for unns, ammunition and supplies. Tear...

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. — 6 June 1894

m fohtiBiX'iM7iEWafc5ij.iiii. jumm wywjftW S th in aid ill lin- E Bv it is ijlllle Lbo grunted j he Mai man 1 I lyi nnd hus kua K- (if tin- t Ct'i ii 11 ill u r. 1 1 imdln-' in Id b tlmi HAM rh of Ft-ilt-tnl I'rlnnncM Taken to l'annec Fur Trial. Dean was released from tho Pjall jt tcrdtiy, after tiding ft 'I ys i 1) o Miunto accounts icf Mincing1 nhlul.v into the Ojoro fnlry . jttonjr Ciooro Ual'diicr 'went to Iry seatcniay to iir-uimi Kreu clitvatis ami .toi Moiris, clnuffod with rmwnlpr of V. V. Klnusc. who was minil tloiul on tho Otoo t-l)ervatlon Itiortty uftcr the btrlp opening Inst .ill. Deputy trnltid States Mimhal ltain- loy wont to Paw noo yenlenliiy with n fmt h nf federal prisoners. I'll- -.010 I"hon WritviT, nlian I -c lohiismi, anil Ills pall, William 'Ihomns, charged with asRUtllt with Inti'iit to hill two deputy I'mtcd States imu-Hhulfl In the 'Qsngo country Boino tutiu ago and at llui liniu of their urn;.t in which one fat their crowd, 'J'oin f oolt, was hlllod. Thei...

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. — 7 June 1894

fr- a v- ja-3 ii' r-4,ftj LB-05jSiduTHRlE, OKLAHOMA. wt-z-m -j, -- liT-- ' . . i hi iiiiimiii to-aWM1 wu xmi '" rnr mi mT t n""ir i " iwtjt naf 7''f-i -- ..- Mn, iir.lillsliwl In the HnHy Ifrmlrr .liihiMi. 1-vil Nollcc Kor Publication. uA. -wstekesoxss: , -, T -, . -jj-,. -j Tf x T MisBoum university. IIDT i&a--rw;r I;, vl W i-WwM r.t-rr.tlnt nnwIMjr i:-er-lri In thu Land Otllce fit Gutlille, Or U Juno AjHaHbr.u ndLs J'ousatfHiBnifc1' . . . ,...- k - ., -,rt,, .- B ' ' - o r- "WBBpW!"F - uerom--" ; wjfiv HNTBRRD AT Till POIT-OrFtCK AT ROTnUlK, OK 11 SSCOHD-CLAIS MATT. VOL. 2. GUTHBIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY MORS" CM a, JUNK T, 1894. "TLs. inflfflsfc ;'rv,v1 w UllllllbllUI IWIMIP'P iiw ..ii, .... tiT!Si-iA- mr -v -i , " ,.; b ' - ii r-f - j i, v v a iJMT v'i "- URFFKi"W v sF'-sjyp- , j. -a tt -v i r.n. ii:- J.I2jLm .--r- tM i bort efitviiSJ f X; ' Sit '"M"WW""WWWWW"iWWWWWWW J" JivH OVTKT.'Ol' l'UHMOATIO.V, IIA ItUISON A K.NDK, ' i. ( " " 1 M . - ' - - - ' 1 -; . ; jsH NO 155 ,;1 -'' ...

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. — 7 June 1894

,d JOMA. Xr i-i FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SEE W. M. BKONbON. N EAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRri OIIY. wi mtmtirttjmmmx J9iifmmm )w l;s g&cafrcr UY HOY IlOFlfMAN. TIIUIWIAYT.It'Xri7, 18l. fw. lml" i L'i M rej I Onl JIAII.KOAD timk TAIII.F. XOHTIt noUKI). Nt. 40rt, Chtchngo Express.... 5:45 n. m. No. 40?, M. River Express... 3;'J0 p. ui. ,N'o.422. Way Freight 7:00 a. tn. Xo. 450, Loal Freight 2:20 p. m. yOUTII IIOU.MI. No. 40.1, Texas Express 11:10 p. in. No, DC, Oklahoma Kiprus4....l2:M p. m. No. 4 , Way Freight 1:03 p. ni. f'Msnngors should procure tlcJots be jro ttutthiR on the train d pi end oil vromic M.iUMk'nl il'itd piddled by vinegar need duiues In rusiy bombasine. Thoy Ami beltvi lobbying enn bo dono ly? nn Hilcllc Clayton draped In n urentny fabric of fashion, with her dove eyes, peach cIicuUh and pnirtnjr tirocnt.. ti-.r.' lhl l'ii . ) I IN till 114. Tho Dally Loador acenpts lngfJvortlGlng with tho distinct that circu- Ittlcd. La to pea between Senium nml lit un nirree- Stor...

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. — 7 June 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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