The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, September 23, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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The State Capital.
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What l o You WnutT
Do you wimt AgentsT
Do you waul • Situation?
I>o you want to buy anything
I>o you want Boarder* or !>•*-, • rar
Uo you want any "Help," man* or I
Do you want l'liplli?
1*. 7„u .Ml
lO-nt your House,
^ i partner?
Do you want ServautB, Clerk*
Do you want to Kent n K-muh,
Do you want to It'i.v nr llorne, W ag
• r any kind of a \ •
|>i you want to Nell
Offlcr. HUil*. I> t or F inn"
B«TI f0U toal oi I " .
!>■ you waut to Be! your (lood W ill nd Fl*
'"llaJe you Second Hand floods of any kin*
that yon wlhh to Ni-:i <r I. han .*e
Have you OoodM t«> b- :o( unv kinflr
If so. Tub C'apit a i. w • i>"'• *
fcdv.niHemsnt (21 vi or.! ■ • urn#* for 1 cent*,
lire time* for V< <-fH" «• .«•
a want in Tub s ati i'aimtal never rails u
bring quick r
THCAMERICMt TOBACCO CO.
High Grade Tobacco
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w i rrl t«• t V >lil i-«
Lock Ho* 508
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Free traiiHimrtatlun from
A| | ly
and Gulf li H.
i Cliwctaw depot
lAomi OhlebosUr's i ngllslt p*anJr?J?}
L Pills (Dla * on«l Btai • 1 i* '
Hrhalile. Tak«* n.. otli.*r
particular*, "Itellef or |.;nli> is i K i
Upturn Mall o Dnuv
Chichester t ;heinlral
Mrs. A. I'. Saunders lias returned
from till' i'ast with ti..' InU'ht stylrs in
fall miHini'ry "nr ratti.rn Mm- « 'I
b.' .in display. M.in.la.v. Tuesday ami
Wi'dnesday. Sept. : I ami ' >th
ladies cordially Invited
Ul'TIIUll. MI III N Kill 11A / A A II.
107 Kast Oklahoma Ave.
Our Cotton Market.
That Guthrie lias become one of the
greatest cotton markets in the terri-
tory was evidenced Saturday by the
sale on the streets of this city of r.
bales of as good a grade of cotton as
ever came to any market. The price
netted the producer per hundred
Our merchants in this • ily are in tin-
front rank when it comes to paying
Klnil l>ee«lrt Appreciated.
To the faithful friends and the many
whose faees were those <• f strangers,
yet whose actions proved them to be
really friends tried and true, who
could alone have been inspired by tin-
spirit of Christ to perfore and for lis in
the hour of sorrow and need, we wish
to extend our most heartfelt thanks.
We feel that all were prompted only
by a feeling of true humanity and a
desire to flo the Master's will and pray
that the precious Savior whom they
served so well, will bless them and
long keep the r live s free from grief
and that when sorrow s hour floe
come they shall be ministered unto us
we were—their loved ones cared for
their burdens lightened, their hearts
mellowed by sets of true Christian love.
a. I). Mr Dow 1.1 i %nd Family.
For the Kansas state irrigation con
veution, Oct. 1 and ', Finney county
fair, Oct I and Southwestern
Kansas Veterans' association, Oct. 'i, 1
ami 5; Southwestern Kansas confer-
ence of the Congregational church,
Oct. 1 to 4, inclusive, to be held at
Oarden City, Kits the Santa Fe Route
will sell tickets at the rate of one fare
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
Sept. io to net I, inclusive. Final
limit Oct. 7, !>. r dki.anky,
Oo you need a cheap ledger, cash
book or j< urnal? Oct them, home
made, of Tuk Stat* Capital
A Long Kentucky Strike I'-odes*.
Danvili.K, Ky., Sept. The mi*
ers' strike in Laurel district, pending
since May 1, ended by the acceptance
of the old scale of 70 cents a ton, the
operators refusing to negotiate with
the Knights of Labor, or recognize
that organization in any particular,
l'eary Swfe from the North.
St. .Johns, N. F., Sept. J'i.—Tke
l'eary steamer Kite ban 1 n signaled
off this port. AHherflao. ate Hying,
indicating that l'eary ami his friends
are on board.
I >r. Sin
IligheHt temperature, h:i; lowest, 49.
rail! .13 in Forecast: Fair tonight ami
The largest school tablets for
nickel at Kuinsays.
Attend the social at the Christian
church Wednesday evening.
M. Stovve is after the hardware busi
ness, and seems to be getting it.
Old Moses and cold beer, 211 Harri-
Ramsays always give the school
children the best values in tableU,
pencils slates etc.
Smith & Salisbury have opened their
stable, corner Vine and Cleveland, and
would like your horses to board.
They will receive the best of atten-
tion. Prices to suit the times. Tele-
No need of ladies sending away for
fall wraps this year, Ramsays have an
1 rauk Hoke, of Arkansas City, to-
Leo Fuller, of St. Louis, is In the
T. J. Brickner is here from Kausas
H. J Mitchell is up from Oklahoma
Joe McEachen is here from St.
VV. S. Nay, of Chicago, is in the city
W. Jackson, of Kansas City, is in
E. Mize, of Atchison, Kas., is in
John Kupp, of Bangor, Wis., is in
J. R. Winton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is
in the city.
Warren (Jill is down from his farm
W. H Fallis, Miss E. Test and Chas.
Pearson and wife are over from Fallis,
Will Nix is down from Perry on of-
Forest llalsell is in from atrip in the
Deputy Marshal John liubaka is up
from Oklahoma City.
Deputy Marshal John Qulmby is up
from Oklahoma City.
Deputy Marshal S. S. Hutchinson, of
Oklahoma City, is in the city.
Robert Lowry is down from Still-
water, attending the district court.
Ex-Oovernor L. U. Humphrey, of In
dependence, Kan., accompanied by J.
F. Overfield, Is in the city.
J. II. Havighorst is down from Perry
He has entirely recovered from his
recent illness and looks quite well.
W. H. Wilson, of Tennessee, is fit
ting up the old Palace saloon and will
have It ready to open business next
J. M. Brooks has been In the city
visiting his family several days, lie
came nearly being carried away dur-
ing the fearful floods near Fredonia,
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■ /t - v Original u>1 ObIjt 4 miliar- A
kin H...I r* liable neill III S\
l'ru«flrt ter '"A. kttUr i Unfit
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r* ...led «!U. blur ribbon Tak*
Dro^kiMa wwtul 4«.
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University of Brussels.
Royal College ot Surgeons, England
Royal College of Physicians, London
M. Stowe will sell you hardware at
less than cost, at Shapland's old stand.
Mrs. A. A. Mosley of Lerada, Okla-
homa, is in the city and has just had a
very delicate operation performed on
her eyes by l)r. Buxton.
Ramsay Bros., will be glad to have
intending cloak purchasers look
through their large stock of f?ll capes
and jackets before purchasing.
Wait until Oct. 1st and see the milli-
nery display of line goods at Mrs. Mc-
Donalds, corner Oklahoma and First.
A social will be given Tuesday even-
ing Sept. 2 1th, at the residence of Mrs.
Tipton, corner of Broad ami Vilas.
The Catholic ladies in charge.
The Ladies Industrial Society of the
Catholic church will meet Wednesday
at 2 p. m. at the residence of Mrs. J.
Brickner 1116 Mansur ave. All the
ladies are requested to be present.
Hardware, fixtures, counters, shelv-
ing, show eases, scales, trucks, etc . at
your own price, for sale by M. Stowe,
at Shapland's old stand.
Wantko -Cattle to feed through the
winter Plenty of feed anil careful
hands. For particulars address Thomas
Itros., Tonkawa, <>. T.
The Capital City Milling Co., have
been reorganized as the Tarlton Mill-
ing Co . with Forrest Tarlton as presi-
dent and manager and F. It. Lucas as
secretary. The business of making
fine grades of Hour for the trade will
continue at the same stand.
Sheds, fence, foundation and office
furniture of the T. M. Deal Lumber
Co. for sale at a bargain. Must be
cleaned out within the next few days.
Call at yard. T. M Dkal.
The Endeavor society of the Christ-
ian church will give a social in the
basement of the church Wednesday
evening. All cordially invited.
I offer for sale my well known board
ing house, situated under the Capitol
National bank. Will sell at a bar-
gain. Terms and reasons given on ap
plication. - Muh. S. K. Van Voohhkkh.
The Endeaverors of the Christian
church will give a social and enter-
tainment at the church next Wednes-
day evening All are cordially In
vited. Refreshments will be served.
I Ladies desiring the celebrated Olive
Branch toilet preperatlon, William's
corset, etc., please call at once. 1 will
be here for the next ten days. —Mits.
Ei.lkn Conn, 81!i East Vilas avenue.
Marriage licenses were iisued to
Charles C. Dcckman and Miss Laura
Belle Price, of Springvale township,
and Ellis P. James and Li I lie H. Lowe,
Muilhall township, today by Judge
I The ladies of the fourth division of
11he iIn t m . li hurcta will give a
i pumpkin party at the residence of
i Councilman O. T, Cooper, corner Oak
i and Springer. The Mandolin club
will be in attendance, also vocal music
| by some of Outline's best talent.
Everybody is especially invited to at-
The Rain burg Comedy company
came in from the north and will play
in this city tomorrow and Wednesday
evening. On account of getting de-
layed by heavy rains ami washouts in
Kansas they failed to get their dates
advertised here'properly; but they are
here, a strong troup—twenty-five peo-
ple—and will play the two nights
mentioned. "Jane" will be presented
tomorrow night and "Friends" the
night following. The company carries
a first-class baud and orchestra along
and will give a free concert from the
government acre tomorrow morning
and street parade. The people will
know that they are allright when
they are told that part of the
company is the same that played
last fall during fair week in this city
under the title of the Shaw &, Craig
Comedy company. They then made
many friends by their good perform-
ances and concerts in the afternoon at
the fair grounds.
Mrs. A. E. Evans, mother of Mrs.
John Cotteral, died Sunday night in
Oarden City, Kansas, of paralysns.
She will be buried in Hutchinson, Kan-
sas. Mr and Mrs. John Cotteral were
at the bedside at the time of her death.
Mrs. Evans was well known in this
eity where she visited her daughter off
and on since the opening, and her
many friends will be sorry to hear of
her death. Mr. ami Airs. Cotteral
have the sympathy of the community.
Old soldiers will have an open meet-
ing at their hall in tke Victor block
Monday evening at 7;:i() to make ar-
rangements for reunion. A full at-
tendance of soldiers and their friends
is desired. By order of
Hanaaa t'ltjr Llvo Ntoek.
Kansas City. Sept. 21.— Cattle—Reoetpts,
S:!'.', calves, 111. shipped yesterday, 2,2M rat-
tle; no calves. The market was nominally
steady The following are representative
A HOME BY THE SEA.
"Oh! give tne a home by the sea.
Where the wild waves are crested with
Was the song that 1 sang • Joyouily,
In the light of uiy childhood home.
For the mountains were bhutiiutf us In,
And the hills were on every side.
And we tould not see where the days begin.
Nor be sure tf the world bo wide.
But 1 smiled tu my mothi r sunile,
And I laughed at my sister'** words.
And the rippling brook 1 could hoar, the while.
And the note of the summer birds,
Ah I sarib' tho song that was sweet to me;
"Oh, give me a home by tho heuvlug seal"
••OhI give me a home by the sea.
Where the wild waves are crested witli
Was the song that 1 sang all merrily,
As I went from my mountain home,
Did 1 think of the wild bird's song?
Did I think of tho sunset's hue?
Did I think of tho hearts that had loved me
As I bade them a Joyous adieu?
Did I look ot tho pictured hills.
And tho emerald vale-, between?
Did 1 dream of the faithful love that fills
All the years that Intervene?
Yes, but I longed away to bo
Over the hills and besldo the sea.
••OhI give me a home by the seal*
Do 1 lh® 8uUK to-night.
When the waves ore echoing close to me«
And the billows are full In btght?
1 can see the white-winged ships
That backward and forward go.
Ilut my louglug memory backward slips
To the place where the pine trees grow.
1 can see tho wild waves' foam.
Hut 1 whispered all the while:
"Oh. for a sli:ht of the mountain home,
And the light of my sister's smile!"
And 1 long for the days that used to be.
And sing no more of the foaming se*
"Oh! give me a home by the sea:"
Let me sing it again to-day.
A home—I know not wh-.-re it will bo,
Nor how I shall llnd the way.
Hut 1 know that a sea Is there.
And I know there's a sea between;
And I know that the banks are forever falri
And I know that the trees are green.
1 am glad that tho hills arise.
In the country where 1 shall go,
That a valley of pcaco beside them ltes
And a river runs below.
The hands of my own, they are reaching for
Oh, give me a home by the crystal sea!
—Julia 1L May, In Chicago Advance.
trouts; you must buy the aureus and
take it to Helena, and perhaps she-
Lord Linkshire—Vernon, she shall
lenow ho*v nobly you have behaved.
Mr. Vernon—That's enough; we are
both acting for her happiness alone.
Come on; he's going to begin.
(They take scats at tho baize-covered
table; the auctioneer mounts his ros-
trum and the earlier lots are disposed
Auctioneer—!.-.* *" lT-— z—*u-
men, we have a brilliant and exceed-
ingly rare gold piece of Plotina. Kiud-
ly put it in the bidding. What may I
say? Twelve, ten, eight pounds?
(The bidding goes desultorily on un-
*til twenty pounds is reached, when all
except Mr. Wilkins and Lord Linkshire
have dropped off.)
Auctioneer—Any advance on twenty?
A very flue and rare example; you may
an open commission.
Lour. LiMKSHiaa. ' virtuosi.
Mil V BHWON. 1
Ma Wilkins, of Messrs. Bond & Marka, Cola
Dealers and Antiquarians.
Scene—A Cola Salo at Sotheby s.
—You here, Ver-
non? How luel:y.
I wanted a good
o p i nion. But I
thought you were
still whipping the
I came back last night And you? You
aro back sooner than you Intended?
Lord Linkshire—Yes, I only ran up
for this sale. 1 return to-night
Mr. Vernon (suspiciously) —There is
nothing very particular here—nothing
in your line, that is?
Lord Linkshire—No, there is nothing
Byzantine, Upt there is a rather out
of-the-way aurena I want you to look
Mr. Vernon—An aureus?
Lord Linkshire—Yes. a lovely little
piece, in the highest condition, too.
It's a -what's the woman's name? Lot
18, I think. (Consults catalogue.)
Mr Vernon-Not the Plotina, Jack
pon't say you've come to buy that!
Lord Linkshire—Yes, that's it, the
Plotiua. (Looking up.) Scott, maul
WKSTEKN stic ers.
1,002 *10} |
TKXAS AND INDIAN STKKHH.
. 812 12.3 | 83 .. 825 12 35
COWS ANU II KI rlilts.
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Fellow Obstetrical Society, London
SlO, S id iind S'.H).
Rooting and paving sidewalks done
promptly and neatly, old roofs repair-
ed and guaranteed. New gravel and
sand roofs guaranteed for five years.—
('. 11 Colk, UOti West Oklahoma i vc.
C. il Stowe lias purchased the entiie
stock of the Shapland Hardware com-
pany and will dispose of same at once.
Mrs T. K. Ti
part ment of
Herod, an experienced
Imlianapolis. will assist
tiglc in the trimming de-
the Palace Millinery
This will be the place for the ladies t
•tire the latest styles of the season
llinery. No old, out of date goods
T K Ti V.LI
1.030 2 7.5
.1.140 2 85
. H35 2.45
, 1.020 2.20
. VjU 17J
stock Kits and KKEDKKS.
19 yrl tNHH i i 1,U0 tfLM>
r.yri 530 3.35 2 C90 3.85
I 1,1.50 3.25 || 885 8.25
1 yrl .... 3H0 2.-50 | I 430 250
Hogs Receipts. 2.440 shipped yesterday,
h'29 The market was 10c lower The follow-
wing aro representative sales:
.•<>0 fl 1-
4 I 'J
Mrs. A. P
from the east
be on display
F. B. LILLIE & co
I'.ooU A Ni'ws l>i
launders has returned
• ith the latest styles in
Our Pattorn Hats will
Monday, Tuesday and
Sept. 't. .'I ami 2Hh. All
ladles cordially invited, Guthrie Mil
lincry Bazaar, 1( 7 Fast oklahoma ave.
M Stowe is b'ivini; away the Shap-
land stock at the old stand. Every
one invited to stop and get a piece
Deputy marshal John Qulmby of Ok-
lahoma City was presented with a very
tine in I i lire Winchester bv Speuial
Agent li R. Poe today. Major Poc
lottl lost a valuable horse and iiad
1 driven up all hopes of tinding him,
whenOuimb .- volunteered to ti ml him
J He would take no reward and the ma
I jor knowing the love of a deputy for a
line gun, made him a present of one of
I the best sold.
781 The market wan active and strong The
following are representative sales
413 I Ills 85 14 00 t 831 Utah 104 11.85
180 tHah 270 | 5 Ut culls .101 2 -0
Horses —Receipts, W; shipped yesterday,
107 The market was quiet speculators havo
a number of horses on hum! The prices aro
i hlrago I lie Stock.
('iiicaoo. Sept 21—Cuttle Receipts, l.oiW;
market steady, fair to best beeves. IS.40-15.80,
stackers und feeders, |2.40(ft4.20; mixed cows
and bulls, II 40^4 80. Texas, |.,.8)^3 2>. west-
ern. |& 00 <J4.10.
Ilogs Receipts, 18.0*0; market generally I >o
lower, light, 13 70*t4.45. rough packing. #3 80
711 HO. mi xed and butchers. #3 80 ^4.4. heavy
putildng and shipping fl 10^1.35, pigs, 12..50^
Sheep— Receipts, 2,500. market steady;
native #|,80^8.40; western. •I.75&IU, Texas.
tl.rUti2.76, lambs. 13(10^4.7.5
< i ntkai.IA, III , Sept. 22. — While
filling a balloon for an ascension yes-
terday afternoon It suddenly burst
Into a sheet of tlaine, and in a few sec-
onds was a pile of ashea The aero-
nauts were left stranded, and appealed
to the crowd for help. They hailed
from Clinton, 111.
l our thousand stonecutters in New
York city are out on a strike iu sytn*
patliy with the dcrrick men.
st. I wills l.ivt* Niouk.
Ht. Louis. Sept. 20 Cattle—Receipts, 1.003;
Ilogs Receipts. 1.500 market III to |!5o lower;
heavy. || 20<*« inlled f3 rto.c! 20 light, «i IJ
Sheep -Receipts MOO, market tlrui
"I ONI.Y HAN LT FOR THIS BALK. '
You don't mean to say that you came
for it, too?
Mr. Vernon (resignedly)—Yes, 1 caine
on purpose for it, too. Well, 1 suppose
1 must retire, as usual. I cannot com-
pete against you.
Lord Linkshire—Oh, nonsense, you
hsve as much right as I.
Mr. Vernon But not as much money
Lord Linkshire—Rot! Toss you who
Mr. Vernon—Why do you want It?
You don't even collect imperials.
Lord Linkshire -No, but Miss llcrrles
does. I know she wants a Plotina
complete a period. Next Wednesday
is her birthday, and so * * * She is
very enthusiasic about collecting just
Mr. Vernon—Yes, it was I who first
Lord Linkshire (meditatively)—True,
that does give you a sort of claim,
the other hand, It follows that it is
entirely through you that I am here.
Mr. Vernon—Why ever did you
come? If only you had 5vritten ami
commissioned some one you would have
got the coin and this would never havo
Lord Linkshire—Ilai.j it, Vernon!
leave one a bit of sentiment. W hy not
get one's engagement ring on approval
through tho Exchange and Mart?
Mr. Vernon—Right, old man; but
ho5v curious that it should be the sport
of fate that we two should always
rivals for what Is best and most
beautiful. First Helena Harries; now
Lord Linkshire (In a burst of gene
oslty)—Vernon, I have Helena; you
shall have the Plotina.
Mr. Vernon No, Jack, it must not
be. 1 cannot allow such a sacrific
And If 1 deprived Helena of it I could
never meet her jtgaln But when 1
think of her exquisite profile almost
untouched by tho rude hand of man,
defying age and —
Lord Linkshire—Vernon I
Mr. Vernon I refer to Plotina, of
course. Well, I will go bock to my
"THE PURCHASER IS A LADY."
It Will Nlip Through Your I^ing-er*.
Don't you let our Low Shoes escape you. It is the tiling to wear and time
to wear It. We call it the ideal shoe and so will you, if you try it. 1 ou will
get more comfort out of it to the square foot, and talking of the square foot,
it does the square thing by the foot. It isn't any exaggeration to say that its
cheapness is phenomenal. Every consideration of economy justities its pur-
chase and every consideration of comfort justifies its use. We never recom-
mended a shoe that will do more to recommend Itself. It won t try you much
to try It.
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch
not have another such chance for years.
Going at twenty; no advance? (Brings
down hammer sharply.) Twenty
pounds. Lord Linkshire.
Mr. Wilkins (excitedly)—I bid twenty
Auctioneer — Twenty pounds was
Lord Liukshire's bid. I particularly
looked at you, but you never spoke.
Mr. Wilkins — Of course not. I un«
.derstood that you had taken th€
twenty pounds as mine. I certainly
Auctioneer — Very well. Did any
gentleman hear Mr. Wilkins' twenty?
If so, he has the privilege of continu*
ing the bidding.
Lord Linkshire (after a moment's
pause) — YeB, 1 did—confound it!—I
nodded and thought that you
mine as guineas.
Mr. Wilkins (with alacrity)—Twenty-
Mr. Vernon (sotto voce to Lord Liuk-
Lord Linkshire — No, you forget
This Ceesar's wife must be above suspi-
cion. (Alonil) Thirty.
Mr. Wilkins (visibly pale)—Sixty.
Lord Linkshire (elaborately flicking
a speck off his coat)—Seventy.
Mr. Vernon (sotto voce to Lord
Linkshire)—Let the lunatic have it if
he must; it doesn't greatly matter.
Lord Linkshire (sotto vocc)—Non-
sense. (Aloud) Ninety.
Mr. Wilkins—A hundred.
Mr. Vernon (sotto voce)—This is sim-
ply madness. Let liim buy it, and if
you must have it give him his twenty
per cent, on it afterwards.
Auctioneer (looking at Lord Link-
shire)—One hundred pounds. Any ad-
(Lord Llnl:ahire shaker, his head and
the hammer falls. , The sale continues
Somewh at flat after this. Afterwards)
Mr. Wilkins—I am much oblig.nl to
your lordship. It was quite a niistaki,
for, as you know, I certainly did bid,
and I particularly wanted the coin.
Lord Linkshire—So do I. I want diet
to complete a series, ami I thought that
perhaps you could sell it to me.
Mr. Wilkins—I'm very sorry to dis-
appoint your lordship, but we had a
commission, and, curiously enough,
our client mentioned that It was to
complete a series, also.
Lord Linkshire—And wanted to com-
plete it pretty badly, I should say,
Judging irom the latitude you had.
Mr. Wilkins—Well, it was consider-
ably above our own estimate, but it
was an open commission, and your
lordship's judgment in these matters is
good that we couldn't be going far
wrong in following your lead.
Lord Linkshire (hopefully)—Per-
haps, after all, your client might pre-
fer to sell on hearing tho price. Aro
you at liberty to give me his name?
Mr. Wilkins—Certainly, Lord Link-
shire; there couhl be no objection to
that, but it isn't a "he" at all. Th<
purchaser Is a lady.
l ord Linkshire I A )nd ,
Mr. Vernon t
Mr. Wilkins—Yes, we bought for
Miss llerries.—Black and White.
"Exclusive Shoe Dealers.
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New Meat Market#^*
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-#Best in the City.
In the Cooper Building 122 East Okla. A^e
dr. ignatz mayer,
Rooms i and 2.
Oflice over 1?<hi Hive's New Store, Ok. Ave. <iutlirie, Ok.
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-Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat.-
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: MUSIC 15V TIIK MILITARY HAM).—
or\ THIS I>AV OMiY!
20per ccnt Discount from Our Already
Low Priccs on FALL DA'ESS GOODS.
Our assortment consists of ail the latest importa-
tion as well as nil of tlie more staple styles, and this
discount will apply to our entire line, which is by far
the largest in the city. Remember the date.
J C- DANA, Mgr-
Spring In the I'liclflc Ktaloo.
Portland, Ore., is in about tho same
latitude us Montreal, and Seattle, tho
chief city of Washington, is about tho
latitude of Quebec, but the spring in
tho Pacific states is more like that of
old ICngland than it is like that of
New Euglaml. In old Knglund tho
buds ami blossoms begin to show life
as early as the first duy of the new
year. Shakespeare speaks of spring
flowers that "take the winds of March
with beauty," and some English spring
flowers are found even iu Oeccuiber,
just as we find the claytonla and the
chickweed blooming in favored cpots
in January and February in Oregon
and Washington, while in New Eng-
land spring sleeps all l-'ehruar}' and
March.—N. Y. Recorder.
—Kentucky stands first iu tobacco,
having 274,587 acres producing 'J? 1,880,-
103 pounds; Virginia is second with
110,r 7U acres and 48,fi22,0.r>5 pounds, uml
North Carolina u third with 'J7,<i77
teres producing 30,37.V'.*>8 pounds.
Thirty-one Divorce* In One liny.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 33.—'Thirty-
one divorces were granted by Judge
Scarrltt yesterday at Independence.
None of the cases were contested.
At Hanover, Kan., Joseph Smartline,
a lloheinlan, aged 55, married and in
good circumstances, committed sui-
cide by hanging. He was intemperate
ami committed the act while under the
Chandler - Mail - Stage.
HUGH H. McCRARY. Prop.
Leaves Guthrie Every Morning at 7 O'clock
Headquarters at Hotel Dally—Packages and Express
Should be left there.
iii C'oiiiiei-t ion.
Mrs. Paul L. Wilkes, known in the-
atrical circles as Virginia Paul, has
brought suit against Paul T. Wilkes in
tho city court of Brooklyn for absolute
Senator Peffer of Kansas, was
injured In a railroad wreck on Look J
out mountain, near Chattanooga
'I'euu., ou the 30th.
The New York Tailor.
hhs removed to
ihe Bamford Block
114 on Oklahoma
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, September 23, 1895, newspaper, September 23, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc103805/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.