The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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'he State Capital.1
i—n x-r ■- -- = I T. M Mill**r I- down from Perry.
By the State Capital PrlllUilfC#. lrviug NVeil i-here from • t I.• • ii
t —j—- -- ---sg--"; I ,1 \V. Fryer of New York, i: in tli
M ilSCKIliliiN KAThS,
Dally 1 year
i'Uilj, 1 iuolillt
cil\ 1a the result of the u-uui treatment of blood
.• ,M ! . . I Umordera. The system is nin-.i * on Mercury «tua
,y I K F i liilit ctf Kaur-as t ly is I1 the Folasti remedies-more l«. be .liemled tt.au Hit-
i : , | 11 disease—and in a sboi l while t* iii n lui wor#t>
rHI j couditiou (ban before. The common leeuit to
Eugene Hall it over from Wood-1
/ 1 UTHHIE LDlMJK N* S I > u*;.
VI Holiday ulKbtuf ettub *rek at. <0
'liug odd V'mUuwb aie weleum«
V a Ueyettk n. «i ; u NV. Bar<K.
It i > , l-OOk Hoi l.'V.
4 t L TBRIB L0DC4* Ho I. A O t J • ®5fi5
t 1 Tlnirbday evening «'* each wren ai
L, «. uail U Vil'lor bloek, oorInt and Harri
. ,, a,r tuning Workmen are alwava wel-
oam#. o. It. IIoht«om*kt, M. W.
u, w. VAMI'NBK, Ueeonlar.
4 \ I Til l< I K l.OlMiK No ' K of P lilt-ela
( ] every Wednesday ui 7 30. in tbelr hull in
tb; Victor Building. corner of Klr i uml Hard-
>i u( it. and K of R s-
Bierer U down fr«.
u-ual troatiiu'Ui of
UI Is in led to all M eli'II
ore ti' In- .11emU-il iii
• i i While id III a tui
re. '1 he rouiniou t e&i
lor Which S.S.S. H (be ni<w-t reliuble en re. A le
|(iii I road Time-Table*
at. ui-on, Toi-k.ka a Santa Yr.
NOHTII, KAST AND WKST.
• * , | uuione. i
7:ui>a. ui. ,
, Leave. Arrive. Arrive.
N Guthrie. Oulhrie. Kan. t'ity < hieago
6:86 a- «u. r,:4f.
•1 !ih \i. ui. , I1
! jl():.i .
)ll2:l6p. m. | Local Freight,
■oi iH.-oi rnii>j> as,> -'.I rm *t[
i Arrive. UAV5I JFftTi 1 Arrive-
No Guthrie, j tiuthrie. I Ft. Wortb.jQAWtt U
4l?|lliK>p. w. Iljijjj •111 Jim !' S'laiSr'm'
40bl 10:68p ui. II 08 l .l « 10 • '
SS| 12; 15 J. m. Il:0ap.m.l LocaI Freight.
co hours tu Los Angeles.
free cb lr carB on all train". I'ull
Ui&n Palace ble.-pers to Kansas City
a&J L'hicaKo wltliout change. Also tu
hoi t Worth ami lialvestou.
Through railroail anil steamship tick
rt swld to all points. rassenfc'erb
to all pointa in the coutuient
ot Kuroue, ulto trow ajiy !"J,'1
lauJ pomt in Kurope through uj jn.i
uolul iu the Unitwl >Utr- , •'fl'""
ticketb paid for here will be ileliverevl
to pasBengerh at' their rusidenee m
Europe. For full particular* call ol
t*a«> t JJb holson, ti. I' A , j hieago
^ ,1 Iij.Ai a.A U y A.. Topelia, Kan
L. H l B.LAi.K\, AgentUutbrle, o«-
CBOCTAW, OKLAHOMA A QULF t< «
St. Louis ffxprefcs d®|part ■ 12a m , a^jr.
Ft Reno Aeeouimodaiion
Dail> eicept Sunday
west bol nl>.
oklahoma Express departs ^ P ^ a)
ft Beno Aeeoinuiodatlon departs .
Pally except 8nnday. exeeot
fcl Louis EX pies* dall> othei dail> ept
r",u'd;tv ... i nini .--i route to St
tSlcS jl"' aleuiplilft I .iilj-
Orleans and ail point-1 e4sl npi « 4 -4
Sure connection with Minerb |l>ei 1
ttiVXiXr* H. i'-r "ti-:.
? t^N'°W«D?^'y.v Further Infoma
,)« hccifi.il. lurm.heil.^ tali'^"oViu.
A^pnt Choctaw Line Ok.Ciiv
I Improved rapidly Hint
now a well num..eotuplele
ly cured. I call heailily
htilli-i iiik from tb^paiuiiil
diMeiihe. U . Y. I ALI ^ .
r.i.u.kivn Klevated i? u
I. I. Bennett of C'hieapo \va- in the | exeruciating nam- I spent hundred* «•( %loVl«>i
eil v today. I wilhoul lakiiiK a few bolth-of
II. \ . Cobb, Jr., of Wichita, Kan., is
in the city.
II. C. Devllbllss i- ajrain here from
Louis Pitts is expected home tomor-
Henry Meagher of Chicago was iu
t' e city today.
Thomas Wilson, of hayton. O., was
at the Ok la yesterday.
1'anl .lundt went to DUlalioma City
ami Shawnee today noon.
lioy lloll'mau returned from New-
kirk and the west side last uight.
W. M. Salman arrived from Kansas
City today to stunt up his canning fa -
Attorney s. T. II.edsaw, of Ardmore,
was in the city on legal business last
Sheriff I'aiuter caught a couple of
harness thieves in Perry and brought
thetu down yesterday.
I). II lluutir, the advance agent of
the Ringling Bros eircus, is iu the
city billing his show to appear the 24th
of September. Kingling Bros, is the
best circus in the United States.
M. C. Logan, of Logan la., is in the
city, lie came for the purpose ..f
leasing a laueli f< r his son?, iu the
Creek country, if possible. He is a
prominent citizen of Iowa au<l hab
held bevel al public posiliom lie
thinks Oklahoma fully as well off a:
the balance of the countr\
Try the Capital hotel.
Keep your eye on the Capital h
The base bull clubs are stopping at
the Capital hotel during the three
For the coldest drinks in the city go
to Old Moses.
The county commissioners yester
day elected Or. Buxton in place of Dr
Cotteral to act as county physician.
Look in the local column for Capi-
tal hotel announcements.
There is a colored barbecue at Sew
ard this afternoon and a lot of cit\
people went down on the noon train.
Wanted I iftv table boarders at the
Capital hotel. Prices to suit the hard
The Ladies' Circle of the O A K
willimtt.it. Masonic hall .Saturday,!
August IMli. at ; p iu Mr W B
For the best liquors
brandies, go t* old Mo? >
imv IIKMrt li. lil Si l l
Hro!jubly 1 hirly t ives t.o^l in tlii
Pine Creek Valley
ives Ol William Mi Kmley and liariel
It is the object of this book to^ ive :i
clear, impartial, antlmnI ie. uiul eoui
BRICK WORKS WRECKED. LletehUtory of He anil
I private live:, of William Mi Kini i v
eville. O., an Ksplii ftlla (iAHKKT A UollAltl from boy 1 1
l«iu ut o.ie i f ii..- liiilii-itrii . i thtt to the pre . ut dat. to r« > "i d fa I
rl'SBt i:oII. I'.i Au r 14
. . I
1.1 * ti i
v hi Ii ti ni.-t tli
ssau l caused v
In this i sue appear* the card of l)r j uiile n- itii « f All. *
I gnat/. Mayer. 'Ihe doctor has ju:.t i-ver> member <>f I «■
I ceturoed from bis tunuaei vacation in family, fl a By me N
I I In- east, and l . now refitting his otliee ! w,,), UJ)t| ,,iin i at |o< • i
rooui!., over Livy s clothing store, iu j v,eie 4|,,, .u *d and !i.iu-.t
tot i pi- j an elegant n auner, and i- now ready barns and other Luildin
to attend to the waati of hii patiena awav rhe >.
Uow does Old Mom-: do l.mdm : • wi, the main
He selb the very bef t of liquor: and h« i lit ami i
lets the people know it to tie hhl .1
A tiulel WeddlUK at ihe M
coptlCbureli l ast F.veiling.
't hose wiio attended prayer meeting
;it the Fii t Methodist Episcopal
church last evening were seme what
surprised at the in I
that edifice The church was beauti | water works q
fully decorated with plant fetus and that uifuthei pumping
flowers as if in anticipation of some | P'
thing more than the ordinary I hurs
day evening servlc. s
'perleucis that will re
character of the men am
see them exactly as tliev
It tells of the humble
j of M Kim i \ - carl v da\
; a boy, i.( hi- yea s i f mi
luf his life as .1 coil ti ti \
; of Ii i- splendid w ar re
' manifold thrilling expel
i.eial ter | eareer as a law student
town \ attorney how he came i
nv City cal life, of hi aehi< vemi uti
Appleton | gress, of the momentous « \e
Thorrip ! have transpired since, and ti,
uuknow n i inent part he took in then
oil I ml. record as Ooveruoi of I.
llt his home life and .. fort I
because t his i- I lie people's ed ition, ail
' thoii -ed by McKinlcy himself, and it
I>i ! •«• one ilollai and upward: brings
I it w i I hill (be reach of all. Its high
quality and its low price mark an
i noeli in tin* historv of subscription
books. Then* i no life of the eandi
dates "as good as' or a-, low in price
; u> lion llcnrv B Knssell s
Its author i: d. tinguished a: one of
the iu..st brilliant journals t of oiir
| day. As a personal friend of both
candidate- it was natural that lie
^ ti. ..lid be eli..- eli Ir their bi.igrapher
I he illusti ations arc mainly from
pliotop i apbs supplied by M< K inle\
bin. If and 11:e1111>i i oi hi- family I n,
They are b. autiful . imen- ..f Ihe I
' ellKl-avi-l l.ill ,lMrus. iu.nl . M word.) on,- lime for lurtnu,
We do not k iii w when r.l' pages I nree tluies for Si, -euts, one week for 60
b it have ^ iven us more genuine pica inc.
f In If we speak warmly of the book it i-
inti \ | becaui «• .1 i it*hI\ deierves ii K is
loliti : old only b\ agcnl and i- meeting
icon with au eiiormou sale Agent who
that iiitrodme a w.rk like thi- oupht to be
jrom cordially welcomed. We believe that
ir of hi I the be: t wav to keep out poor book
narriagc j i . b\ iutrod
In Ii.ii t I t. i one 11
ul Ihe tu
id his life
III it liug t<
W hut llo You w«uir
Do you want A^fi-.tsT
Ho you want t* >ituallnuT
poyOu wftiitlu l.u\ auythlnff
Ho you want Bosrilein or LoagertT
Do ,\.iu want ant lie. j,. u. !« oi f« m alM
Do you «rat t Punllt?
1H> you want a Partner*
liii \ mi * „ni . - n.!- Oi |m or Mi'i'btnlCll
Do v.iii want t.. ir. nt a Hoom, Uuuss oi Stc:al
Do jou want i" Bell oi Rent your Muu s,
oil W ul and * ix
i. - three iin«
n«ver Isli# l«
* you I .out or l-onud
Have you N. .-on.l Hand
it is the
f The fit\ council m t la t evening in n"
appearance of .siuli tu further con--de, the W-'L.-d i-
' ' F 1 At Etna ti
record of his llf,
forceato flee f
penned ov he >.
1 1 abundant malei
nplete and .- ban Live | bi oil;
oid work Di li can du
ten fin mm h of it was ! at a i
w II ti a n it lie - uppl ic.l 1 to \ I'
lul to the authoi and i and >
to iinpoi taut data and j plea-
uot been - upplied to I Tli
v ■ "t I —
a bet I Ladl0
tin ha: ucvei I.' ii 11 A reflued eotnplo
"■•I i i III a Itii'li j I d. i It produce
V il I ust rated and old ■ ■
Ltitliob Wlio VuluO
oiiipleiiiiii mast us.- Po/.'onl's Poit
H .iiM.lt and In uutlful s
elc.,1 ly Iu
se of the tony
J. W. WlLSuN,
Tre Cream livery Day
Will begin giving
for 15 cent?'.
Go to Himself for Sprint;
religious services tli
were tlirown open and a wedding
couple walked down the isle apd took
their place before th^f altar, while the
church doors spring
i oil the Cotton*
others wanted to see if some
I plan wouldn't do better A plant a Walti r W'atk
I mile and a ba'f upthehead ..t th
id • ps
>d where tht
to be the W i
lot I -
Put it in - !~"
me It will be read over
gain by old and young witli| 1 01 ll"' national encaiupmeat of the
nd lasting profit. clrand Army of the Republic at St
fact that hav. not been • upplied to I* The work i- publi'bed by the old j Minn .wVpl Id b. Sth. t^i. the
o iapidly that ftny other writei tnd well-lint vnflrm of A i Wor- ^anta Fe will sell excursion Jpkets to
Chatf.il A- Co | This h not only the best but it i the ihiugton A to llui t ford, t onr. who- 1 ^au! M.nu.at the rate of
II I to swiin out cheapest campaign book extant It I want agent cvc.ywheie for ,t and i lrolu '.uthi ic. 'lickets on ale Aug
rhe i undry >1 givea more matter "i bettei quality whose imprint I i ufficlent guarantee 11111 Jitnltea t > • ret urn to
hIso il . i led an I I and very much tine, engraving than ; ..f the excellence of the volume ..t-pt i lfc'u, l.xlemion of limit on
s < lU.| ny other i more hand: i.melv p.int I A Morri- on ho the exclusive deposit of ticket w .th joint agent of
Wrecked! 1«d on b«j,tei papei mori durably agency foi Oklahoma Every ,.>pub ! terminal lin« to SI Paul on or before
ht I bound and is iold foi very much le-- | L. an In mid have .>ne Ii is lull of ' ePl 1 th, an e> ten-i n of limit may
o'clock this inornln ull L .uisville >■
The Base Ball association held an ll^kcn and a •• • mom n. latei
oihci ipeetlng la^t evening in tlo- mps t panic tficken whi i It oeca
opera house and organi "d a strong : known that Ihe t-.t.n ... Id.? v.
organ paaled fortl^ the beautiful | to play the Oklahoma t it\ bov Lji. i rl. one: ol .i.. in it. vteii-
strains ol Mendelsiohn'a wedding The hr it game of a sej.es of three I. .. r tie indn t • ti*, t . n w
march. Rev I D M Buckner ip a this aftern....n a th. fail ►'o.und j :4l ... .1. ir.ua . -i . . -l-'lo
Saturday and : undav games: will toi- i |lt uj.^i.t m. i i tin - i .
brief but moat impressive cerempny low game will be fii t class a , , th shod of conc
joined in the holy bonds of matiimony j Oklahoma City is ; aid to have iin j-;rs^ t|ie s a tl. i
Mr D 1 Howard and Mi- - Ma. tha B ported several M- Louis players u,.n|t.. i t the en. o* had 1
st as good'1
invi to br
important and la ting history
ju i th. thing l i e.ei library.
jbtained to and including '
ii. I I Dclaney Agent
Immediately after the concluaiou ui
the ceremony the bride and groom en
tcred their carriage an.l were driven
to their home on La t Noble aveniie | Pu"
where a reception and an elegant lit
tie spread was giveu to a few of their
"rue bride WM attired iu a nejjiug ''"f '' 1,1
gowu of v. bite silk trimmed with j '' 4'
.-aint lace and uatural flowtrs, while
the groom wore the conventional
black the couple pieseutiny a hand
some appearance in the beautiful)
The bride has only recenth .Mine to umm b u..n Ueuri • i p
(lUthlie and is a beautiful and highly p.i i^kwki i I. Aug. ll. | peciall
accomplished young lady while the . . , -ued
.. glnua lik !.. HPlit/wl 111* 1*4* llU I UU' M r ' '
by Hon Mem \ l A p
fHr SV-il I il
j Lire. tiially vet p«ntl\, when eo^ti
billion or whep the blood is i
luggi- a to permanentiy o\
I comc habitual con tipation toawak
| the kidneys au I livei to a healthy :
j tivity. wifbout irritating oi weak,
em. to dispt
ap of t -
|. I.N NN s ( \ Mi'AltiN.
edoutri-nt but ill
I he m
ii and John Ruf j )hf 1 ret
iniui C A number of ot
) i^iit i
i i i •
-.1 SCI ■■
CompU'lc Cotton (<in in Oithtliom t.
ii , of I !i. •
\ith their live
ub hou 3 wi
also th trdn
and tlie toe,
\ l h
identiticd him elf with • « vei al iitipoi l j tnr all
ant b u in ess entcrpriis which p. on. Full> l •" people were pf • cut uuJ
lie much g..od to the p'ople of th«* | preet***! the bpc.il.cr with [-real . nthu
ite the Government I TU t hou" on "the'ufuea of Jay. U.
married life is |hc w i Ii of the si a i i I declared that the lampaign in Okla
j t'apitai.. | hotn.t was for li.-e h. n
W ill TAKK i N COLiHiAlhh
* leot of
i . Forty Iu
from t In* ll.i
LO to 1
* lie left fo
I he will : peak thi:
ell lie Pft d.
1 m MA1I .ti Vol RISTS NVHOOti Ti
I! e W«
W « i d-
1 llo- In llan lurrltoi y rj-f.1* u«'i:ilL
A BOl T I II I • l A ' B', ol | MtelliiK *t south pii .:,,il ,
A circular lettr under date of Au i apltal I y
gust B'tli, from A. L Kates, secretury \o|i '"
and treasurer of the Indian Territory j undtr. igin-.l will
| Press association, announces that the ,(I , <, , L \> in , Au
id auuual meeting of the associa for the cutting and n
I Hon will be held at South McAlester, -t.u.-tiou . f uncut w. « .
.... . . i w- . i 1111. ! limits of tin- ci t \ .-I tiutl
. •„„ III Pnmnfltitnrc '",k'V"' '' f Ue for ul. ,.e. ..I
As Aaalnsi All uOlliPclllOIS au.l I Il After till- ..I.'.. ti.; ..
CJl) 1 jO 1' A i >< >
it. Woilli & Denver City Railway;
l kXAVi A HAN MANULl". WOUTt
()i.ti-n l-'i uit Co at Went Plain- Mo
has notified the Internal revenue dt
partmeut of Kaunas City that it w
build a government warehouse at We
Plains for the storage of br
I he I
I i oil Mo
IP I '■ \
ijucSi i '
V t 'If i '
) $ tf* ■: i
r^n iVV v
THfc RKA80N6 ARE
«HOHTKH I.IM-:. qtlt'KKsr TI UK.
tilil'KKH SKIiyn I . TII Itot'tl 11 THA INS.
1 -oI HT F.oUS Tit K ATU K NT,
And the constant descent of the
temperature Six hours after leaving
Ft. Worth summer heat is forgotten
and balmy spring-like breezes Orcet
you Try it and be convinced.
It is a Pleasure to Answer Questions
Write any Local Ajjeut or
v. A HIKSHI'IKI.II, " 11 K 1-:KI.KIt.
TrmT.Piaa.Agt. P « - A*1
i'ort worth, tex.
'j y HE-YVKlTKR PAPER.
Some Special Bargains -The Lowest
Hrices Yel Ottered in Oklahoma
Thu Mr* ik CAi-Tii. lias just reeeiveil,
Willi a ear load .if Uat papers from tlie
uiiil i" Mafiaaehuselts, a large lut >.f
the very best t.vperwriter paper Most
of the type writer paper sold In Okla
noma passes through three >>r f.'iir
lianils, eaeh reaping a protit wliieh
must Le paid bv the consumer. Ihe
papers we r.ell pass through hut two
Lands, those of the manufacturer and
our own It is easy to be seen why
we ean sell these pa| ers at much lower
uru-es than anyone else can sell at
Note tlise price,
I'mrI.■■ '■>. .IhiiII.iIiIS.1'1 lierre ui
50U Hi, «.«•. H 5 '
Parclimeul Manllolil M*14 p«-r iu.iui
Tyrone I.Uieu H i OH loin p.. i.-um SO
Tyrone l.lnen * I •'* • ' ^
airliner Bond H I • *
iiiacner Hniol HI .*11 I
lr^)« Hut u h t O l O. in
World Wonil H 1 *M4 I on.
Sori.l H..MI ' , , '
The above papers will be cut I . u>
to ht any uiauhine Our prices on
ivpe-writer paper letter sue, plain oi
or in ted, are proportionate to the above
J,rioe Don't older any type writer
% ill •
I u bod V to lie Jl
i than any one \
ver, Col , to attend the meeting of the (.j,v
Wtstern Editorial federation, whloh Successful biddera expected to enti
meets in that city September H, I". inttJ contract and accept as pay f<
It) and 17. said work "Special Sanitary Warrant
—— auuinst the respective loth from which i n, wi.i.n.u «.i*-- w
Dr. Pierce's llolden Medical Ois-' . ^ nuisanceB are to be removed rrmn the Knight
covery cures Consumption (which is j judders are also requested to state Wasiiiso
Scrofula of the Lungs), by its wondt i for what sum tln \ will do said work | b.-tween i!
fill blood-purifying, invigorating and jnl,. j( ^ jni,d for for in ca- I . I the Knight- of I il . ;n. I a c uninitt.
nutritive properties. For weak Lungs, I 'Xhe city reserves the right to rejt-ct t-,.pre-cutin f tin- l I 1 • worker-- <
Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath. J a||y ul. U|j bids. I. NV. But . i'..:m:il • eparat .u t- •!: place betw.-n
Nasal Catarrh, Bronchitis, Severe " Health OHlcer. ; tbe Knifht-. of Labor ami tlm Window
Coughs, Asthma, and kindred atlee o i.i-~ \Vorker> a •• iation of Ihe f nite.l
tions it is a sovereign remedy While Subacrlbe right rot, and you get the state Although nothing to that ef
it promptly cures the severest t « nghs state Capi'al I year for 20 ,it| . , i.. • ... the . -t
Ii bia .is
I IN Mil til
ii I lie corner of I
llian jiiv ..tli i
I, .1 In IM. SI I AKl M
i Ion Hi It. i and make I
the In t in In < Iklalioni
it strengthens the syste
Mil tilNNlNii I'oMPANS
sy t i.i.i Inl
lie til Luther
A Mill ol *4.000 t'HpltMl Stalled t ue .Mile 1 1 '
V.ant ol l.iiiigNtoii . , , ^ 1()U lltli ,
The Cimarron Oiuning Co. with a j|lt. i.usuiug year:
■apital of #4,1100 has been organized,! John B.nlrin • Mil
! w u due I i polities, ti
lea t. tlie Knights of La 1.
. j Bryan, while the majority
. i worker-~ arc for McKinlcy
i.idu b.van it-|
,.t. ,|;i\ liut eber AkhIiihI Armour
(:l-e C ei-te t fo| I Dknvkk. Col., Aug. 14 T
resi b-ni Rev. ' tlonal Retail Butchers' Protect
has instructed it
capital of #4,non has been organized, | loliu B.nlrin 1 MilwanI.e.- .ice pn- 1,1 1 " 1 - 1 .
1 . • i,i i' ,... i ,,, Ii Pin hurirh vent on in tins , it \ has instructed M
whi.-h will build an immense ginning dent Rev. Pi Bri ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ committee t > onforce the bo\
plant one mile east of Langston I i •• Minn treasm i Chrl v> "- j cott previously ordered aga'n t i
At these prices, cash must aecam
5TA.te Capitai fmniin« Co
chidt. st Louis.
A ill I I 1 H IS
I ll o
M. Green is president; W. .1. Fouls, | U(.troll Mll.h . . i,.,,, Re
treasurer, and F A Thompson, seen •
Thirty stockholders, representing
flfteeu hundred acre. ..I e.itton aie in ! fe.i,.i.Sltt.i.,: in 11..11 1 nji.i .r.l Ha.eau
on the i. heme They are patting in 1 , , |, . his
the latest improved machinery aud ii ... ,
tend to do the be. I work that Is .1. ne I wife and ll,.-,, I.....I
in the country
meats handled by tin
The First Regiment baud is still i n
deck and will be out toniuht with the
best program of the season
1. March Biavura
Walt Farwell toAlunuh
■ M'eiley—A Base bit
4 11 a 1 lonet Qblo I i A o Vari
, Selaotlon Littll Chri I >phi r
0 Medley -Ten Minuti With the
V. Descriptive- Down tne MU&is
?. March—Get There Kli
ting In the yard of their home at
Armitaj'e avenue at ten oeloi.'k
night, when the. aw a meteor dc j j,.
•..eudiu1 aimed dir.-ctly t« ',\aril them . ta
Fortunately, while the ma ..f molten I a,.
mital waa i"" feet from them -t bui V j It
anil the fragments 'i itteo-.l with ai< vn
port like a cannon
j a llegeil. t he A no
stills the retailer
.1 Negro Mini i
I SlIKFFlKl.li, Ma-
t* I Darling aged 11
* ■ ! mistreated en- ht
' I Bacon a ml up< n
c t. -sed the c. ....
ig. 14 I teph< <
oh o I bi-ulalL
1 ai re t«• I con
Have arrived and wo are ready to show
you the nicest stock ol Piece goods ever
brought to the Territory. Call an i aspect
them: All our suits are made guthrie
A lie wu* beii
I lo j I li III - I ill I a 111 c i Ti.it i1
i. pi.ibabh t.i i ally wound., j hi i
Inubtful al o whether the eln
and every Coat is tried on be to i
tshed and a good tit guaranteed.
t is fin-
a< O.lent at a Diiplti) "t neawrKi.
pAias, Aug H During a display
[rework given in'honoi and in t
re eu. eol Hrefeid-ut I lureat Renin
u the depui i m m of file t Vilair
i t eveniuy. a bomb . t p.. mature
xploded, killing a girl and seriou
niurifig five other persons
H M or rise
was nominate I t r .
first ballot by the de
the Twenty I n t -1.
He is aho ti., nominee
for that position.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1896, newspaper, August 14, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104007/m1/3/: accessed March 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.