The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 51, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 30, 1896 Page: 2 of 8
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blidaya Are N9ar|TheState Caft|tal
By th« State Capital Printing Co.
Whin Chrfelwu ipproiohfitht peo-
ple nature!)? tfeok to «u for an answer
to the question "What shall I ft?#?"
They well know the abundant provl-
tiou we ruade ft r them how wt ran-
sack the Kastern markets and Europe
to brinp here under one roof lieriuan
Toys and French Toys and Swiss Toys
nod I'L^lish Toys aud Auiericau Toys
in such vast quantities and varieties.
Our Toy Kooin is one of the largest in
the city. A handy place where you
are saved the trouble of running all
•ver town to get presents for the mem-
bers of your family, penty of light,
plvfcty of room, plenty of air, pleuty
of goods, plenty of salespeople, plenty
of overseers to have you waited on
properly. New toys, fresh toys, strong
toys, perfect toys.
A few items picked from our im-
Childrens' Trunks L'5c, 50c, $1.00.
Large Wood Kxpress Wagon, 5'Jc.
Children's Drums 25c, 50c and SI.00
Stone Ruilding Blocks 5c, 10c, 15c,
£5c, V)c, SI.00.
Indestructable Dolls 10c, 25, 35c, 50c,
(5c, 75c, 81.25. 81.48.
Kid Body, Bisc Head Dolls, 25c, 35c,
50c, 75c, SI, 81.48, 81.98, and 82.50.
;r ule; small size, 25c 59c; medium G5c
Hard wood chair for Children, 15c, 4Sc.
114 Oklahoma Ayenue.
l HM'KU'TION ItATKH.
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Dally, 1 month
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w«*k y. 1 year
^ i ek 6 months
I } ITIIKIK LOIKJK Nt 8 I. O. O. F Meets
'.'I MiuhUv rn^ht of each week at 7:30. Vio-
lin* OJd Kellown are always welcome.—
A. MtTKTTE N. (i.; a. W. Bkk k, Sucre-
tary, Look Hoi 179.
( \ UTHKIK LOD<JK No. 1, A. O. U. W., meets
' T Thursday evening of each week at 7:3C
p. ti. hall 1" Victor block, cor;, 1st and llarrl
aon'ave Visiting Workmen are always wel
come. F. p. gatcubll, M. W.
C. O. Finch, Recorder. •
MATTIK CARK. M D. Specialist, Physl
cian and Oceoueheur (liven special at
tention to Disease* of Women, Children and
Obstelrlcy. 81*1 in
Atcbihon, Topeka * Santa Vk.
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N | Guthi e.
Kan. City. Chicago.
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HnrTII, KOI TIIKAMT AMU HOIITHWEMT.
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12:35 p. m.
9:15 p. m.
9:25 a. m.
10ft! 10:f H p. in.
11:08 p. m.
8:10 a. m.
9 :II0 p. m.
I2m|12:15 jr. m.
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hours to Los Angeles.
C HOCTAW, OKLAHOMA ANll OULF IIAILKOA1) CO.
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4:20 i m.
Lv. 10:25 a. in.
i:30 p. m.
7 :35 a.m.
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Lv. 10:10 a.m.
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M. K. A T. CO.
7:10 a. m.
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South MeAlester .....
M: 15 p.m.
Ar. 11:00 p.m.
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SCENE ON THE NOKTIIEUN SECTION OF Till: TUOCIIA, NEAR WIIEIU:
MACEO IS SAID TO HAVE BliE.V KILLED.
.^1 iiMon Keller Association.
Kansas City, Kan., Dec. so.—The!
members of the vurious masonic lodges
in the city held it meeting lust niirht
ami organized it benevolent association
to be known as the Masonic Immediate
Relief association. The masonic order
proper lias no funeral benefits and is-
sues no insurance and the new associa-
tion was organized for the purpose of
defraying the funeral expenses of ail
masons. The funeral benefit to be de- i
riveii from the association is $100.
I " 8. H) M l ! :'.()J ti . 4 0 3.00
I0J 3.U0 | g... 44ii 3.11 i |. | in j.9)
^heep -Itecelnts, 1.44".'; shipped yo*terilay.
*-C0. The market was steady to strong ami
active The following are representative sales:
30 nat lbs. .. 83 l-i.-tf ll'l N. M H6 i? in
•>•> nat. sh. .125 3.20 ,31 N M.. sh.lOi 3..'«)
Horses—Receipts, 122: shipped yesterday. 09.
The tone of tho niarUet was steady and the
indications pointed to a fairly active market
for the week. The mule market is picking up
some aud the glut has been pretty well cleaned
j up. Several cars were sold at about steady
CHicvno. Dec. 29.—Cattle—Receipts, 3,00f);
market dull, steady fair to best beeves. *3.40 a
stocUersand feeders,$2.70 3.8); mixod cow*
and bulls. *l.f0<(40 : Texas. >300r&3.8\
Hoys —Receipts, 23,000; market 10c lower:
light. $3.20^3.13: rough pitching. #800 3.0'
Carl Yroonian Married.
Sr. Louis, Dec. !:0. — Probably the
most notable social event of the sea-
son in St. Louis was the weddintf j*es- .. .
tcrilny evening of Mils Julia Scott, to! ?"d * .3nax40 heavy puck-
m i ■' i \* e i. i. i. In* uml shipping, 131)03.40. p|gS *285®
Mr. Curl \ room an, of Baltimore. Rev. 4 s4.
1' rank L. Vrooman, of Chicago, a i sheep—Reeelnts.io.oio: market slow and dull1:
brother of the groom, was the oiliciat- j native. *250n3 7>; western, |2.00j3 00; Iambi,
ing* clergyman. The bride is a niece
of Vice President Stevenson, who was
present and gave her awav. The
groom is one of the six Vrooman
brothers, well-known in the west.
A Klcli Firebug.
Nkw York, Dec. 30.—Isaac Zncker,
a wealthy real estate owner and manu-
facturer, was last night convicted of
arson in the first decree in causing his
St. LonU Live Stock.
St Louis. Dec. 2 .—Cattlo—Receipts, 2,203;
Hogs -Receipts. 8.0'*): market JOc lower;
Yorkers. t3.2J«3.3) packers. I3.10&3 2.>; heavy,
$3.00(1 3.8 V
Sheep—Receipts, 100; market steady.
Chicago liraui and Produce.
Opened HIgh'st Low'st Closing
For rates and other Information apply to
J. F Holdkm, Traffic Manager,
South McAlester, I. T.
rpOR HALE—Old papers at this office, 25 for
P 10 cents, 50 for 15 cents, 100 for 25 cents.
WANTED -Young men of good character,
to learn telegraphy for positions on rail-
road.— L. C. Robinson, Supt., Dallas. Texas.
WANTED—Students for bookkeeping,
shorthand, typewriting, penmanship and
telegraphy at the Capital City Business Col-
lege. Guthrie, O. T.
WANTED—All pennons between the ages of
six and sixty to know that the Midwinter
Term begins at the Capital City Business Col-
lege January 4, 1897.
WANTED Ladles and (tents. Light,
profitable business. Work at home or
travel. Wholesale and retail a necessity.
Call or address "Agent," 117 East Oklahoma
How fat I am getting since I
Commenced Eating at
Coffee Like Your Mother
Open Day and Night.
Opposite Government Acre on 2nd St,
Division street store to he set on tire i
and himself aiding in the arrange- j
ments for igniting it. It was claimed
by tho prosecution that Zueker was I
the chief of the traily of firebugs whose j Oats—bee !
gigantic operations three years agro
startled the insurance world.
WiTt— Dec ..
Corn — Dec...
Still a Few Left.
We have still a few hundred State
Capitals containing- the cotton write-
up and scenes of the city left and will
wrap and mail them for you at cents
for a single copy or six for *Jf> cents, 40
cents a dozen, or in lots of fifty at 3
cents each. No one who lias the in-
terest of Guthrie or Oklahoma at heart
should fail to send one or more of
these papers away. Bring in your
names. We will do the wrapping and
mailing, or you can do your own mail-
ing, just as you desire.
liy virtue of the authority vested in
me as Governor of Oklahoma terri-
tory, the undersigned will cause to be
paid a reward of S200 to any one who
shall secure the arrest and conviction
of the assassin of Allen Cook, who
was murdered on his claim near Lela,
Pawnee county, 0. T., on the 7th day
of July, ls'je.
Witness my hand this 24th day of
W. C. Renfrow,
Sell four dozen eggs, and for the
products you can get the Weekly State
Capital I year.
Ohio Industrial statistics.
colr.Mill's, O., Dec. 30.— Statistics
just compiled by State Labor Commis-
sioner Rueherwcin from 1.388 industrial
establishments in 40 states and territo-
ries show that 52,448 less hands were j
employed in these establishments in
July, 1800, than in July, 1892, and that
81U.214.448 less is paid out annually in
Kceent Kansas Appointments.
Topkka, Kan., Dec. 30.-Senator-
elect W. A. Harris, who will be chair-
man of the senate railroad committee,
has appointed Grant Harrington, edi-
tor <3f the Hiawatha Democrat, for sec-
retary of the committee. It is said
Superintendent-elect Styke will ap-
point his wife as bond clerk in his of-
(iov. Bradley to Resign.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 30.—Gov.
Uradley told a friend it was his pur-j
pose to resign the office of governor,
saying the place was killing him, and
that he could not afford to stay in it
until his health was entirely lost.
Gov. Bradley has also written Mr. Me-
Kin ley he would not accept any federal
lias a Long Time to Serve.
Mexico, Mo., Dec. 30.—Among sis
colored prisoners taken to the peniten-
tiary yesterday from Bowling Green
was William Robinson, who was sen-
tenced for 102 years, ill) years for kill-
ing his sweetheart in a church, and
three years for stealing a horse.
Ribs — Dec...
7 4 "i
7 ',7 i
3 9> |
Gov.-elect Leedy, of Kansas, will be
inaugurated on January 11 and the] Poultr.
state legislature will convene the fol-
Kunsas < Itv Live Stoek.
Kansas c'itv. Dec. 29.—Cattle-Receipts
calves. 909 shipped yesterday, 1814 oat-
tie. 3i6 calves The market was stead y to 10c
higher on desirable grades. The following are
shifpinc. ani) dursskd hkki" sterks.
* 1.4H2 f-l.0'1
y 1.3*1 4.X)
II 1.283 4.*0
V L-.'73 3.83
. l.'.'3'l 4. Ii)
TKXAS AND INDIAN STKEIlS
.... 937 *1.40 t yr
.... 4.7 2.U.S I
... 980 *3.00 I |5
944 3.1 >
650 3.01 I I
N ATI VIC COWS.
1 1.330 1340 121
ft LOSS 3.15 j H
1 l.LM 2.Hi , 3
3 966 2. .SO | I
1 1,270 M.80 I 39
7 LI.>4 3.70 i li
22 1,046 3.6*41 1
NATIVE STOCK BUS.
30 603 |3.8* I S
2S H64 :i7' 17
9 S31 3.63 9
2 88' 3.00 ; 4
Hogs—Receipts, 11,178; shipped
none. The market was steady to I 'c
following are representative sales:
3 . .167 3 3 .'H
€ l S 11
9.\ 263 3.27H
1 .220 3.27 V*
6 .221 3.25
71. 193 325
43... 310 &80 19
74...289 3.20 ! f-3
88 lift 8.80 188
56 S 92 3.15 I N).
38 363 3.15 I 22
u I o 8 lo 8
6 .319 3.10 ] 5
.'14 3.25 53
248 3.25 f 6
.261 3..'2V4 3d
.28'i 3.20 5
.186 3 20 60
.319 3.20 45
,880 8 M
.361 a 124 19
.236 3.10 20
.380 3.1J 19
9)5 <3 25
9 JO I. ilO
I.'IHJ 3 70
H8 i 3. 71)
190 ti 3.'4
liansaH City Grain.
Kansas City, Dec. 29.-Receipts of wheat
here to-day, 10 cars: a year ago, 15 cars.
Sales were as follows on track: Hard, No. !,
nominally 79c; No. 3, 5 cars 7(3c, 4 cars 7 c. 4 cars
74c. 1 car 72c: No I. 1 car 70c, 1 car 68c, 1 car 67c,
2 cars 66c, 2 cars 65c; rejected, nominally 56-q
6i'c. Soft. No. 2 red, nominally 93c. No. 3. I car
91c, 1 car 90c: No. 4, nomina ly 70«8)e re-
jected. 1 car 69c. Spring, No. 2, 3 ears 764c,
2 cars 76c. 2 cars 75^o; No. 3 spring, nominal-
ly 7l@73c rejected, nominally 55(g tf5c.
Receipts of corn here to-day, 91 cars; a year
ago. 39 cars
Sales bv sample on track: No. 2 mixed, 3
cars 174c, 50 cars l7V^c: No. 3, 20 cars 17c; No.
4. 1 car 17'^c. 2 cars 16^c, 2 cars 164c; no grade,
nominally I >4*4160; No. 2 white, 2 cars Ihc. 2
car 17^c; No. 3. 1 car iHc, 1 car 175^0,2 cars
174c No. 4. nominally 17c.
Receipts of oats hereto-day, 4 cars a year
ago. 3 cars.
Sales oy sample on track. Kansas City: No
2 mixed, nominally 16@17e No. 3, nominally
ISo: No. 4, nominally 14o No 2 white, 1 oar
224c, 2 cars 19c; No. 3. 1 car 18c, 1 car 174c, 2
oars 17c, 2 cars 16c, 3 cars 154c; No. 4. 3 cars
Hay—Market steady. To-dav's receipts. 26
cars. Choice timothy, f8.e0 t8.50; No. I, #7.0)
I&7.50: No. 2. #6.c0 16.50; clover, mixed, Na
1, f5.001&6.50; No. 2. I4.50&5.0). choice prairie,
♦5.50 No. 1,14.50^5,0); No. 2, *4.00 ^4.50; No.
3, $3. DO i(3.50.
Khiiw* Cltv Prodiiee.
Kansas Crrr, Dec. 29 —Mutter—Creamery,
extra fancy separator, 20c; Ilrsts. 18l£c; dairy,
fancy, 13o: fair. 10c store packed, 8c packing
stock, 6c; country roll, neatly packed and
sweet, 10c; choice. 8£fl0c.
Eggs—Strictly fresh stock, 144c per doz.;
cold storage stock, 124c.
Hens. 44c roosters. 124c each;
springs. 5c: coarse springs and roosters, 4c.
broilers, from 14 to 2 lbs., 6c: turkeys, over 7
lbs..84«a9o. under 7 lbs. not wanted old gobblers.
60; ducks 640 geese. 60 pigeons, practical jr
110 demand, dealers doing best they can wiiii
Apples—Choice eating stock sells from 40 i
fOca bu . inferior. 30®33c a bu.; cooking stock,
20f(t3nv Hen Davis. 2 v^40c; Wine Saps. 4)^6ic,
according to quality; Huntsman's favorite. 6)
a.75c per bu. for fancy stock in a small way.
shippers are paying for Northern Spy $1.1111 a
bbl. in car lots, for fancy fall and winter vari-
eties. $1.«-0®l.25a bbl.; Jonathans, *l.23@l.: o a
bbl. for fancy and 75c®*1.00 for No. 2 stock;
New York and Michigan stock, 90c@*l.0) per
Potatoes Home grown. 207£224c In a small
way. 17c in car lots; Wisconsin and Minne-
sota Burbanks. 35®86c in car lots. 40c In a small
way; Pearls. 2c less; Iowa stock. 257(280 in car
lots. 30 35c in a small way. sweet potatoes,
20&40c in a small way.
The Lehigh 31 UN Shut Down.
Kaston, Pa., Dec. 30.—The Lehlsrh
mills in South Kaston, manufacturers
of cotton foods, have shut down for
four months, and there is said to lie
but little prospect of resumption at the
end of that period. Depression in busi-
ness is yiveu as the cause of the shut-
down and 100 employes are affected.
The plant vas started nearly 100years
aero, and this is the first shut-down it
yesterday, has experienced.
lower. The i —
Woman Mysteriously 31 ordered,
o .'KO!.' H , Dec. :>•• -Mrs. Mary
Giltii. in v i". imi murdered in the
Chicago, llurlinjfton & Quincy pump
house here. A bullet-hole above her
right ear, from which quantities of
blood had run and dried, showed the
deed had been done the night before.
The woman's home was in Bradford,
III., where she had a husband, from
whom she had separated. She was a
waiter girl in Howe's hotel.
;IM 3 .11
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And all grades of Iron Stone
China at the Welcome
Grocery from now until
at which time we will add
to our already large stock a
mammoth stock of
And in order to make room for them
we are compelled to make sacrifices
on our Queensware and reduce it to
one-half its present size. This is no
fake sale, but a reality. Come at
once and get prices and see the money
you can save. Remember every-
thing in our Queensware Department
goes at COST and less than cost as
we must get it out of the way.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 51, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 30, 1896, newspaper, December 30, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104259/m1/2/: accessed March 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.