The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 87, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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lTKM. LOANS ON K1VI0 YEARS TIME SEE W. M. BRONSON. OFFICE KWAii BANK OF INDIAN TEBRLTOKY.
The State Capital
"By Th08Uto Capital Printing Co.
FRANK H GREEK Editor.
TUESDAY Al'OtST I 1803.
Who cares for expense"1
Till: liioviillu season Is fairly
Tiu.si: are good uisy times In which
to make a fiv new olllees.
Ct.EANU.VKSs I lll'Xt to tlodlltlCHM
Clean the streets of vugs.
"A I.ITTI.rof tliesalUC lfOII pll'IIPf'
don't go these days. It needs mixing
Onovnii's eork will ho bobbing' fust
enough after August 7 to satisfy his
How It does mulct u demon nt swear
to henr-i fellow say "Oh these Cleve-
Tun city council would do well In
these dnyn of plenty to create a few
At the present price of hay. It be-
hoove the husbandman to do the
Mnud Muller net with n vengeance.
Wis have a barrel or two of money
we don't need here Let's create Mime
new oftlces and blow a little of it In.
Tut: king- of Slum hits (saved his
wlre at any rate whatever else he
may have sut rendered to the Trench.
It Is a singular fact Mint the Ilokc
Smith pension-dropping policy has not
yet taken a cent awuy from any dem-
ocrat. Tuc troublo with most of the so'u
tlons of the financial problem Is that
they do not solve anything that Is In
The best citizen In time Hlcc this
Is the man who laugh the burglars to
scorn by leaving his money In the
Tin: swelled heads prevalent in this
latitude bic due to the high state of
temperature. Heat expands. They
can't help It.
Ir our police fjrec has to bo In-
creased let's have the streets cleared
of bums. They are collecting again
In unusual swarms
Tlir lui-U'iir .is rUliitf fni
tint down Uu uiiMiur there ji.im.. .1
A fool v tin irrtflml nil he knew
v uu. - mm mil rimuini inr lull
A fallluir brickbat -rtn.iir.l IiIh i.ali-
rte III rlghti-uus Imliil n( Int.-
Wnv not have a commissioner of
street lamps or of telephone poles or
of hitching posts or of watermelon
rinds or at any rale some more emu-
i Hiss I oners'.'
W. 0. LAUfminn who has been dead
three mouths received his commission
Saturday us receiver of the utcrvlllc.
Wash. land olllce Itelng u good dem-
ocrat he will accept If the salary Is all
AliotT S'.'.OOO.OOtl gold Is mi the way
to the United states and the move-
ment will increase as the season ad-
vances. This will help to restore con-
fidence and brace up the banks uud
Titr. delay in the appointment of a
successor to the late Justice Watch-
ford probubly means that the place Is
being held as a part of the reserves for
the purchase of senatorial votes In
favor of the repeal of the Sherman
Tlir. lVcss-Onzette says Sunday was
an awful hot day at Oklahoma City
the thermometer registering 107 In the
shfcde. Tho only remarkable feature
Is thot ll was not even hotter than that
there be In 5 as near h 1 ns Oklahoma
Tut shrinkage In deposits In the
batiks of New York and other cities
does not mean that further hoarding
U going 011. It simply means that
many pcrsous who usually care little
about stocks arc buying them at the
present low prices.
The new health commissioner has not
lived here at any time for two years.
The present police force could perform
the duties of his olllce Just as well ut
they could kill what stray dogs then-
are in town. Ho was appointed as a
matter of favoritism.
ltou:s declines the nomination fur
cither governor or senator this yeur.
on the ground that he desires to re tin
to private life. Ills acceptance of a
nomination however would not pre-
vent his retirement as he couldn l In-
elected to either olllce.
Colohado has furnished more bank
failures this year fifteen than anj
other state but as the bank iwiunlticn-
in that quarter have reported that
most of these wrecked banks an
likely to soon resume the situation
even In that state l not us bad us Is
Tin: saddest spectacle presented on
this continent today is the e' of Den-
ver. Iletween the shutting down ut
the mines nud the shutting up of the
hanks Industry has bum brought to a
sudden standstill and stalwart meri
by the thousands ure kept from starv-
ing only by the bread of charity and
there Is no Mtiull danger of a general
riot. The lynching of Wednesday has
mtiiiI to iinleiuh the dogs of anarchy
Tear Is entertained that the militia
will have to be i ailed upon t tnautaii
ivvii wnsTinxs .ivnii ;:;.
Kingfisher I'ree I'tess- Ls-Onvi-rnor
of Abulia Swlneford uui In Inn 11 lie
tween trains Niiinla.t He i. imw 11
spe-slnl agent of the interim depart-
ment and hns )hi n sent tit hen' to
select .mil recommend locutions for
the county sites of the 1 hcrohrc strip
counties ami also to make recom-
mendations concerning suitable loca-
tions for the new local land oftlces at
which the business of that tcnltor
will he transacted. The country pa
pers of Uuthrle Oklahoma City ami
III Iteuo have had much In say pro and
eon ill regard to his mission cspeclall
with reference to the lam! olllees The
newspapers o' the two latter villages
have criticised him to the verge of per-
sonal abuse and those of the former
have of course pursued a contrary
policy. We see no special reason for
either course. We presume that e.x-
(lovernor of Alaska Kwincford has
been charged with the performance of
certain duties and that he has sense
enough and honesty enough to carry
out his instructions. Ills stay In tills
town was brief and his time was
monopolized mainly by local candi-
dates for various olllees (concerning
which ho has neither authority nor
influence) supplemented with a few
curious persons who wanted to know
where he hailed from where he was
bound for; how old he was; whether
he had ever eaten 11 raw seal; how
long he was going to stay; where he
was going when he went; whether he
was married or single; if the former
how old was. his wife If the latter
whether he had any notion of marry-
ing at his advanced age; what he
thought of Oklahoma; how many land
o'llccs lin Intended to locate and upon
what particular quarter sections;
whether lie and the president sleut
together when ho was In Washing-
ton and how he liked to sleep with so
large a man who had the rheumatism
In his right big toe; what he thought
about the Kingfisher postotllce and
how soon In his opinion would the
present Incumbent be bounced; w lint
was his salary; how much he wasal
lowed for traveling expenses; whcthci
he had ever seen an Arapahoe Indian
whether his great grandfather was a
whig or a dmnoornt; how soon would
the strip be opened; why were tin
Kingltshcr land olllccrs bounced
whether he intended to move to Okla
homa mid run for olll.-e what lu
thotiRhl of Hoy llottmau. how lone.
hail he been uncle to hi. nephew. W
M .'inner: whether he hail selected a
homestead In the strip; what lie
thought of I itiled Mates Attornej
Speed's phut to capture the soouers
whether he knew how to work a kodak
himself; how much did Hoke Smith
weigh in his sock feet; which army did
he soldier lu during the rei.iltitlouurj
war; whether lie ever met Ucorgc
Washington the f.itherof his country: I
and what he thought of the hatehet
vtrv ..l il..11.. ..... .11.1 i
-' "-" ' " "" h'" l
rrunr of North litroliua say to tin
governor of South Carolina anyhow-.'
The ex-governor of Alaska made sultii
bic reply lo nil of these important
questions anil many others of similar
Import; said he would be hack in
Washington about the 1st of August
anil on the 3d dayof that month would
have the new olllccrs of the ICiugtlsher
laud olllce appointed
At about till-
stnge of the Interesting proceedings
lie eoiiitilniiied of 11 sleetie seiisiillnti In
111 1 1.. 1 . 1 . .
his legs and omitting to bid hi curl-
ous admirers good live he i.nd his
netdiew look 11 walk utul ll hflnir
ut put w iihik 11 wniu. unu it nelng
Sunday as tlrst staled took nothing
else that nnvone knows of excent the
list uiaian. one miows 01. ixtcpt tin
Itock Island nortli bouutl jiassenger
We trust the c.x-governor of Alaska
will visit our town again soon as there
are many other things we would like
to know which were not thought of
Ilir tlklitliiiinx stute I Mir A.oirUtliiit
lliitlirlr lllil.iliutiiu llr.l Alumni
1'nlr. Sept into ." IHIIJ.
Ilntreos t 1 pure races trotting nnd
pacing close Sept n. when horses
ami cults iiuifit be named.
Kutrvei to niiinliijf races clixe at P
o'clock p. 111. before the race.
Stakes Nos l and i being filled will
be governed by conditions heretofore
We Imve a regulation mile track
lint iM)s.i hi
I SOpflcr SiaUe BI..-U o
I Three minute trot Oklahoma and In-
dlnn Terrltori horwa 1. ru I e
j uncus 1 1 dan 10
' XJlUeriu.h wll'i.i!;"rn HM or w" i
snuti.l IUj.s..jt. '
. .4. ... .... .
.71lt!l. IHI V B.I !
- mi minute jmce. uinnowa snu jn-
'. Owner's tiHiiillcnp. st-Ten etghib mile.
minimum welirbi ninrt) lil
H dh til Imnd-ur undvr. inner bar-
rvdesMi welM f 1
Thlnl Ini. srpt. -ji 1
10 W iwee Iurs vm !
II Two-rir i il inn Smkr rtllsl mi !
It (leiuh-MMm diitlntrrlbH. to Ls- drnen
vf owner n 11111 sprtns bua-( W( tiu
aud Khm borml N
II. or half imIU ami n-pem in
II One fourth tldtlt ifouneu han.U or mi
ili-r wlnuer Uirresl '
roitrlli Uu) s.i -it
IS. 1 hiinH Piii-m- m
W Twn)eareld luiliut.- pa.r I'mw m
IT SIiih mulrrnr" 11
l ttvr fr ttlltrol I'nrM-
It) .Mil' B.iell.. ) i m iwr Urih K.n'
half Ml ikiw found t-A uui- . nit-li
W. II IUMit. ilno. W. Taylor.
I. .1. Ilellman. Ilnracp Speed.
It. S. Heaves ilpo. Watlttns
It. .1. Wllber .. 1. ypnigel.
II. P llerkev. liny Tettl.
ll .1. Wili'liii St'creturv
anil oranRes at W H.
Ii'. A In are the largest dealers
11 paints i.if and painter' tpplles
sie tl : m before ton I uj
Money fifiil Infesliueuta
UtM Voiik July 91 There. a leneited (1
pr.IOD on llii- Xiork ecl..tf. this mornliia;
ml slln toner prices wem recorded lathi
money olr.K b llhdraa1i ol currency from
Ibis fruter lat seek rsused qulta bearish
fcellnt- Tim good features of the tlluslloci
rrw rnurr.runurru Al II ociom nr.icru
llnlnn ran htt In TfXlt ft Mil lt at & I . lustttkisdl
Union ran oil loTOU tmt liitvcuerslni'irlifjl i
Tbrro wsi n decided ebng- In tLe Uniptr of
stif-cuUtlon kflrr II o'clock nl under benvy
nirclises for b itli the lon- snd short sccounts
xenersl hnce ctifiurd The tU from lbs
lowest of the innrnlnir ns erjusl In I tnSt( Kr
mot. lb Utler In (lenrral Klectrlc wlttch snlil
up to 41 I'nllmsn sold l II sn sdrsncti of
from tli lowrsl Tbo Krsnfers Hugnr and
CblcsRoUts were slv ronsplcttnu In tb dA.
Incs At noon tbe market ws firm.
Kansas City Lisa Ntoek.
IC!tl Cur. July II -dtlte-lteeelpu
Inro Saturday 7.34S csltct I .87 sblpped
Mslurdsy SJ. The market ai dull (ood
Meeri eteailr common and western weak to
IPo lower; feeders atront; Tnxas steady to
lower; cows steady Tbe following are repre-
nasssiD peer aD ixroar stsrin
(4 . l.V 4 l Tl I M . 1141 ti M
W .. l.&ir 4T I 6 4.t 10)
M l.'SI 4) I ...I.MS 413
t) 1491 IIS m 1101 1J
41 .. .. I.VtJI 4" I U . ... UMI 10)
7) .Vi 1(3 11 I.IW1 T0
'. ltM St I 14 LU7 IU
k-flo-m .. en tcs ti . ...i.iji no
S .. ..
131 i;j si. . i.jii v
. U1 XA 41 1.U7 ItS
i.iir s.t n t.ov in
.llJ lt4 II 1.1M l.U
cows axu nttrans
.. 913 13 W I 1 .... t) 1119
... 9V) 173 1 i l.U
. ISM 1.73 I l . .. V l.O; i
1KXAS AND IMtllAH STttllS.
11 14 I W
. HI SO)
. s x.01
. W 153
bV till J
. 1.1 H)
. Ml 110
. Ill SIO
IB I.nm KSJ
w 9i :i
SI S.l tlO
18 9 8 5.(0
tmt Mtl i:idiam cows.
Mtnlt... . !B(.lt II inttlS
s Mj ;io si Ji- Jim
9 Iff l.3 ti IVI 113
10 711 173 .8 879 1.7)
sTocKins axd rxsricns.
II .3JHL43 III 118) ItW
ID 1 M AS) II 8)0 S9J
19 847 tl I
Hogs-Ilecelptf sines Saturday 1943 shipped
Ssiurdar liT. Tbe market was steady to So
lowtr clo-lnit dull and weak. Ttja followlaj
are rspressntitlrs sslss:
sieavti n lMnw 71 ..111 ia 40
7J...1S0 8.83 8) 19J 131 81. ltd MM
81.. If) M7 31 S MJ 80.. Il M3
74.. XV9 8 03 80 US 0i 19. 973 19)
84. Ill 4 93 I! tt 4.W 71 t!) 4 1)
m . no 48s tu :u 413 m sji 41
11.1)9 4 70 00 St) in C4.. TVI 4 mi
.. 188 4 SI 8J .tjO II) II. .SM 190
.. 90 SO)
Sheep Becttpti since Saturday. 817; shipped
Saturday 481. Th market was quiet and
tarely ateudy Ths following arc represenU
lSlambs 811173 I C mut ....lDlll.t)
lmut 91 4W I tl . .. ; rt
Kansas City Ornlo Market.
Kansas Cirr July II.- Car lots of bard wheat
sold by samplt to-dty lo Ibwer than Saturday.
On tow grades there was a decline of c Id hoi
cuset. Soft wheat was about tc lower Iter
was an active demsnd from elevator men and
amples on the flooral oil. prsfsrrin to watt
until tu morrow to sell Tiisrs wrr rooJ ex
imrt bids rarlr sod tiwo bushels So. t hard
old out of store at vo river tut bids were
UI.H.MH I.... U.....M.K.. U.V.... .
wltbdratra later September wheat oreotJ
redou at 4r declined to 47'ic adraoced to
4ir and closed at 4Vic.
Kecclpls today Merc lor cirs a jear ajo Ja
I'rlces were quolsd as follow I Na 3 bard
nbeau 4flS'iII'l4e No Shard wheat. 44246a
No 4 hard wheat t'itllc rejected hard wibeat
SCItc Na 1 red wheal. 47c No. 3 red
wheal 4aifte Nu 4 red cheat 4;g44c.
Corn was (Citlc lower At the decline th
demand was ncllre
fteii'tpls today 43 cars. year ago U cars
Na 2 mlied corn sold at Uc Na 3
"JI" "V; 1"? ! no rade. asi
No. J mile W3M)tc. Na J Kblto. t8HI(g;
Na 4 white Mc Shlrwrs paid lie Mis-
lislppl rlrer and U!(o Memphis for No. X corn.
Na S while was sold at Slo rlrer &cd 3'ia
Ous were firm. Choice heaty oats said at
Itecelpts to day. cars a rear aro 41 cars.
Cash rrirea' Nu S mlied. new. lie: ot.V
choice IO!o premium. Na S. nsw Uc- Na
4 Iai Na 5 while new nominally. S8o:
ohl nominally. IBtc premium Na S white. la
II ty Hecelpis ST cars market very weak
Tlmotbr. Uncy IJ.(Xiiuu: Na 1 t&uuavuo
jsoj old. scarce at iriw fooJ w cuolc l 6Hi
a.wi common u 11121 a
L'lilrago Lit Hock.
CdICA0O( Julr ai.-lldt-ltecetpts. ZtQV
offlclal aturda. T.S43 shipments Saturday
i 7I('' Mt 0r bou' T"W0' aulf
1 rtr. tuarkst fairly acttre and prices iieadyi
' sales ranged at t2iMf0r llihl tlTS'i
ie'er roa& packtnc ll.tvM for mlsei;
ijsijs 40 for heavy pa.klnf and shipping lots.
I p'i. etWAJ.Ttf.
fattle-Ilecelotr 14OTJ; official Saturday
Co shipments Saturday tM: Market slow bjl
Sheep-Receipts ItCOO official Saturdar
t.SII; shipment Saturday. Ill Marliot
st Louis Lire Stock.
9r Loris. July ll.-Cattle-ltccelpts. iX.
Market steady to stronf lloii Itecelpts
Cuu MarUet iteadift Urht. IllOrfVJJ rulied.
IISI4M0 beaiy lldCJja Sheep-necetpls
11") Market Arm
I'bli-aajn tlraln ami rrorlsluiis.
I I j
July 31 lOpened.llljh'si'Uw it Closlu
II K) II t1H I) -
II 15 I 14 tt
iJ 1 W
I 8) I I 'J
Sept.. 9 TJ
CL.... 1 I I)
Illbl Sept. ..' a ;
Oct ) 7 I J
11J'' ? 41
St. I milt drain.
'4' "r- b ra. lfJ.W bu 1st I
yeur.Hisliba oats M.10 bu . Ust year. V
0 bu flour l.ttW this Shipments wheat
ST l.ot'l. July 31 -Itecelpts wheal. IU.OM
.. - .
--- ---- ..- wv.w tws-ihihis) n Uru
s.)Jbu.. corn S .M bu.. 0.1s iMbu.ryeT.)):
Kansas City t'roduee.
Kaxsis Cirr. July II. fjji-Falr r-
tP better feellnr; strlcity freih ess-
died. IHt Ilutter-Llihl receipt scare. Arm
creamery. Uncr separator tiit)c fiirto
choice lotttsc dairy faacy.tsstlc fresh ara
fancy. l'ai.'e. psckln IJJUqe 1'oultry-
llrarir receipts qutet. roosters Sictsrh bens
lies l c springs weak frc ir lb Tur-
key -I.Uht revslpls tlrirer. j per lb
Ducks- Steady. NJAc sprinf U per lb Oeess
-Hull. SBIc ler IU l'tgeons-i V) r dot
lllacktx-rrlrs i'lcntlful common ll n
choice UdUtSi l'abbie-mimi-i(ruwn Hrtu
Soc n-r cm small lUdlSc tsr.-e Jo
per det Potatoes I'lrm HUT per bu.
Ileans -I'l.iern lutid ploksd. III) i bu. ;
mtslluui. I.' I per bu new wt ll W.ll.tJ
er bu . string bHtfUc Orlrd peAS-UO
per bu . lien sejree II &3I.M per ba Oitocs
.N'c. hflc it ba
Oiui N 1).. Aug. 1- The house of
J. II. I.ungevln. 11 farmer near here
wasKCtou lire through lighting a tire
with kerosene. Two of the children
were burned to death mid l.anirei In
and his wife weiv so badly Injured that '
their recotery Is doubtful
The constltlltlonulity of the dear;
snti Chinese law is to le tested again
lu the I ultetl states supreiurf court.
II Nfrr rl-il n Srripnil
As they passed the city hall they
all Hilled out their watches toeiiininrc
mem Willi tlie municipal time Ih
.rCIJ pp J llmg . as
.. . . ' ' . .
I '" ''. " I"1""1 ""'" remarked
! may hay what jnn please alritit
'fine timepieces hut l'i- gul 11 eheap
cIlM.k t 1. .. in( umttX
twenty years ago that has neer vailed
a second from lite day I liotiifht it to
"WhntV" panted the crowd.
That's rlirht I tiniijht It twenty
iears aifo for three ttollnrs; ttxik It
home placed It on the mantel set Its
hands ami wound it up- and from that
day to this It has unt virlxd u fee-
"Not a second?"
Vn. lr ..1 .m...l "nM llln.n
from Price. Hill. "The nuln sprltii; I pnes of readlnir matter with over 120
lutr r" Wnm" J"'' ""1 '! T ' m.tstrntlon-a volume that would
never varied a second from that In-
stant." ! 'H In cloth binding nt Sl.Ofl each. We
natl Commercial Oatotte.
a good storl'u toTd aboutuKentie -
man who lives in lirooicivn anil crosses
at Fulton ferry nearly every day. He
Is much persecuted by the bore who al
ways accosts you on a ferryboat In mid-
stream with the stereotyped question:
"Ah! are you tfolnff across' '
The other day one of theie demons
hooked on to the llrooklyn mnii tis iisu.it
and said: "Hello old man' t.olny to
.N" sir" he replied prompt I "I
am ffolni to hit you on the nose."
And he did amid the cheers of the
crowd. exas Sifting.
Noah Left Hi. Am on April 70.
npru is me nay marucii in all an-
clcnt calendars ni bvinc the ouo upon
which Noah and his family quitted IhS
ark after having- withstood the siege of
the ttrcat delude. The dav is marked
In all ancient culcndars especially
Uritlsh as rratvi Xoat dt area; the
Uth of March the day upon which
mens set sail bclnjr dcslpnateii In the
same class of earlv priuted literature
as mfrtn'ruji XiHit n area "the dav of
Noah's entrance Into the ark." Why
these days were chosen as the ones
..nH .. i.i-i. .t i . . . i
and debarkation were made arc enlj'-
M.M4 .. nun mv uuviijuuimua ouvc nui
Kindred Institutions 6u.pt.nd.
ror.TLASl' Ore. July 5S. The Crc-
gon national bank nnd the Northwest
Loan A-Trust Co. kindred Institutions
suspended tills morning.
u is uoi tieiicveu inai .Minister nawer
is iii any daugcr by reason of ths
I 4 w"""Kuau rcvolU
' - .
Reports from Port (tltou show little
llkrllhood of tlir expulsion of any
"Intruders" from the I'hcrohce nation.
Tlie experiment of inaldng soldiers of
Indians has proved a failure and U to be
Stolon from A11t..rt flnt.i.. .
Tohee. a brown mare fifteen and a half
hands high anil about eight vears old.
Any Inforiuntlon left at Settlers' Sup -
ply House eornerOKlahoiua am! "T.-ud
stroelH will -Ini appreciated liv the
owner and Under will be paid ten
ladles when you want a package of at CJu Oklahoma avenue Kast Outh-
calling cards call at Tin: Siaii: Cai-i- rt'
I TAI. olllce
We have a large stoelt of
t0 0m .tvlltli desk'nx nrlnted or
' '. m.misu iiisiim. prilili tl or
"Ke.'isis reau me new ptiariuacy
11. t . . 1 . . .
' law and then send 5?..'iO to Tun SrATr
;i poison record You
must keep one.
Calling cards latest and prettlcM
at Tin: St stkC'.wiiai. olllce tf I
Apricot at W. H. emith't.
I'liimliliir. Ohi snil siriun I'ltllnt;.
We wish to call the attention of our
many patrons to the fact that we have
-f1lTIMVltl .1 riC Atlt A 'inliHnlilia ..l. t .. !
SI.II-UMVlU'lUtUII . (kttlll it IMS Us III llt a .a. . . 1
a practical plumber and has hereto-! ' 1" nrf M1ck ol .Mri'''ht
iw.bci connected with the water -
works during construction. We are:;;'"" .'.'l ""'J"-''am
now preparcl to tilt all or.lers in this ;S. .nsJe on' aM' aJ . ini '
' Hue and also carrv
n full 4trntl sf
. .. .
plumbers' supplies We will t'uaran-
tc ' "or to - tlStlietory ami
1 tlrst class. Kitlniates eheerfullv fur-
I uil ll...ml. i ..1.1 t..i
"- ...... ... u... .M.
Nu Voiik llAiir.wAiir Co
0; tf 1T1 Oklahoma avenue.
souli of poitofflce.
How to economize time and money
so as to see the World's l'nlr to best
advantage Is a question that may
I nvc PW1':.V1U Avoid mistakes by
gutting posted In advance. Perhaps
the Illustrated folder Just Issued by
Santa l'e P.oute Is what you need. It
contains views of World's Talr llulld- '
n.'iiric map o. tuieago. anil
. . --- - viit IIIIMIIIV l-k:
other Information of value to sight- into the llnuor business In the Strll
' XT 'Tli I 'T l5 ! "" ol-'"-'- tas ." a grtint oppor;!'
l-pck..nItjt0 p thp s tUey
" kap- will save from 25 to 3S per cent on nil
Watermeloni at W. H. Smlth'i.
The P. Hammer I'aint Co.'.St. Louis-'
Mo. do hctoby guarantee to V. it LU-
Me.tCo their hammer brand of pre-
pared paint to not crack or peel oil' for
three years on two-coat woik or (lu
years on three-coat work. whcnuefi
uvoidlng to itlri-ctlons. Auydissatls-
faction arising from tho nliove brand
if paint will 1m maile good by Hie I'
iiammer rami fo. St. Louis l.
signed I). ('. llHi'UAX. Agent. I'm
sale only by ll. I.llllc .. lo
t'Minp Mir tins'.
There will be a camp meeting t hir-
yearat Dover. Ok. given by the A. M
I J. church beginning August ?5th and
lasting ten d.iy A cordial welcome
extended to all.
.1. A. IIiio.wnax. I V.
Ill v i: I'm l . see'v
"l!1 " a periua.n-nt wu
all ci i.rs ihcapcn an
oul ti.i I ll Lilin .1 t .
NOYV'S YOUM CHANCtl
The t'(isiiifiiiilllMii 31nirtiliir mill t)rrkly
Slulf-t'iiplliil" I to I It Inr M'j.ntln tt-nr.
The ireat illuslrateil innnthlies have
in the past sold for (M.oii a year It
was n wonder to printer how The Cos
iiiiipulitau with Its yearly I5M pacs
of rentllinf matter by the irrentost1
writers of the world and Its I'MKi II-
l iiiLt.-ii...k i... ..1 - ..HtLu ......1.1 i.
..1. . ..-i uil-.1i ill iiiin. tiilllll Ml-
furnished for SH.iK) a year lu.lauu-
11 ry last It put lu the most perfect
mniratnc printing plant in the world
anil now comes what Is really a won-
I We will cut the price of the mnirii-
mO III llllll for .Villi ' TIllIlU Of It. l.'S
to mention. All will
inui which has thr stronuct HinfT n(
regular contributors of any existing
1'"'" n'1 tup. whekly sr.vxr.
tiAt.t uuui iui uiiiv cw u car
k r.nll mh1 an tt .. I
or -run D.ui.v statk ca.itai. three
months an the Cosmopolitan one year
A NEV ONh.
e Slatte Cspllsl's New t'eptrlsM la
lire llorhrl Inrin.
Tnr- tatk t ahtai. Is the only house
' In the United States which has jjot up
I all the forms required by the statute
0f Oklahoma We have had over n
form irnwn hv tile ...
rr. t- i .
?h0 hou" hnVC n Paln
'" 0T old Kansas forms and declaring
'' tat tne5" rtl tlc Oklahoma laws. T(
their sorrow many offices have found
these forms an outrageous mWflt
Tun State Cahtai. has just sjnt tin a
I C0"Wlnsr fully to the law and yet
"avlneT several unique feature of su-
' pcrlor convenience. Of tills new rec
! ord Justice Kred U. Morgan of thU
i cltv savs:
Attok.ni:v at Law a.nd .U-tim or
Oi'Tiinie. O. T.. .Tunc ?. ISO?. J
1'ranl: II. Orecr. Dear Sir: I hav.
this dav received the first conr of thf
new justice docket published by tin
dally Oklahoma Stati: Capital. 1
bare examined It thoroughly. The
firm used lu my judgment lonld not
nr unproved upon. The Justice e in
stable and witnesses' blank fee bills
tleerve special commendation.
The volume Is exceedingly neat and '
(irmly hound and on the whole dc- '
serves the highest commendation.
Fiir.n 11. Mottms'.
We keep thetf dockets in rtoclt It
four and sl.x quire slos anil can fill
your order without delay. Write fo. !
i Wantwi. Tour .gentlemen to take I
' two entirely new furnlched rooms
! jylth board Also wanted table
boanlers. Those that want first-class
table and best of house cooking.;
everything new neat and clean call I
To the Liquor Lrade
1 ' . T ' '-. '"" V. '
iliiliui IVII O LT1V L1IIL1 I iiri ttinrs. in 1
small packages '(s and S. Ten-
neesee Apple Hr.iudles :i. Shu-1
fehlts Imperial din. Apple and I'eaeh '
Hrantlies. Three hundred cafes of
encd liquors and wines. Claret and
Uhlne wine )l the best known brands
One hundred thousand cigars domes-
tie make by the best manufacturers!
all of these poods I will offer to the 1
Saloon Triuh' at ltxs limn!
anyone can pureluiHi' the!
SIllllO t'lllfis oftfOOils in (hoi
i.nut.. . .i..f. i i
'sto """'KHmil whole-1
Sill For C'llfill
To -. .. L.ll1I1Iln..
their purchases from me
Aniny FtmX Bre ttl"W JtnPle
.m'Hni.VIM' 1 SSI
-'l"m'S Olll Cl'OW J 88i
fillllies 1 1 1'PlllllllJ' (' I SSI)
"1(1 iloi'llllll 1 SSi
ilono's 31011(1 ll'trillll'l
' ye I MSH
And other llrst class braiiil -u-mall
qnnntly of is.
Term of Sale fash or good speured
iKinkable paper on and no days s per
cent IntereH from date
Call and IXamlne the stock and
uiuke your purchases Moek will K-
ready for Inspection .lify 1Mb.
In SHrIi's Brick Store ttoom Co ner
4th .ind Vil.is St
aurvivinr; Partner of Fflliir Broi
STRIP NOW OPENS
I t'f-aHy r
- tta h -
. t fcT
M k ;
B l.t VH t - '.
. . . .1 1 1 1 i i r
.lUCtlOIl tO UlC lllglieSl bidder. GOIll
nicuci ng Saturday June 17th at 10 ft. m.
hdq conunueci utiLii
Qoods alS0 lt Rotail
Old Hickory Whoiin S1H
WliiifMiiicr Mmi'i"i I l-'J to C yM
Miller Russell & Oo.
J. W. McN EA L
PIRST 27ATIOKAL DANK
O-n .V) r1 1
Waul lo ino4 mj iinintiisi slocU ol I- ni'iiit uif nl 4-4i'y
ilosci'iptlon t'ai'MU Uu"--. l'lc
- - -
3. . ... .(. anj ..
COIIMMll Olll'l' ITjOU ni'i' lllMMl i up: MHJ I llllll
of I 111! ( ilt'si'i'tol ion
Kiiiiinci'iili' Imtc. space u 111
w (II lnlk for
I A- J.SPENGEL I Opposite Postoitlce.
Is On Draught At
W. T O'Brien
MRS. D. E. MORELAND Pi-opa.
I Stw -JI".l l"K K-n.nT bi.sin s of . ... aqifulnBm
thonnurhlv furnished and equipped for the oimfurt and cnnvi'iilunea
Commercial - Trade - a - Specially
"O0 3 3A.IS PLillJ ROOMS
Legislative tu Knng
I'ast Ilarris.)n At
Long Time! Low Rales
Call in.i tee .ic. oppos r rostoihce oer U..3y iiloi
O. H. ROBBINS.
The Reliable Auc-
tion flouso striped
the prices olT of $o-
000 w01J.il ol Dry
Goods 01 0 thing
Tints siiid Cans. No-
goods too numerous
bo Hold aL your price
. - -vt il
aoiu. Ladies invited.
- aWflV (1 0 W II .
W.J. HURSFALL Cash'r
fc. 1 M 0
0H0AKIZD IH 0KL4n0LI4
110I iiiiniil hul imit pi'lecs
Wptsant on the
Golliiio Oklalioii a.
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Greer, Frank H. The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 87, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 1, 1893, newspaper, August 1, 1893; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc67736/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.