The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 96, Ed. 1, Friday, September 27, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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TjjE LEA-DLJR- GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
ut tn Iilr Printing
LESLIE O. NIBLACK -
Only 'toning Paper Pnbll-hrd In Untlirlft
O.tlciM Or Run of Oklahoma Uemnrrarjr.
Tho omjlul Orpin of Lognn County
mi day. snrr .: ispr.
Tiik Daily Lraokii accept advertis-
ing with the dlatiiK't and ixxlttve guar--.nf
that It ha double tho paid
c.c-u'alloii of any newspaper published Id
1'hk Lkahkh Hludery Is on of tlin host
Institutions of the kind In tb Wast nnd Is
d iv turiiliigouthtrKeniiantlUosofwvrU.
8- u 1 In your qrdors for binding nnd blftnk
books and thuy will bo promptly attended
PUIIHOKIPTION HAT KM.
Ore month dellvojed in city. t 60
Uno month by tnall SO
'J liree months 1 50
S'X months 3 00
ua year . ....... 6 Ob
ri'x months f M
Jne year . t 00
Irki and is to bo frewl In Chicago.
Tiik bustle is coming baok but It
can't bo worn with bloomers.
Oklahoma mado anOkher refreshing
display of her wet good yesterday.
CiiamI'iox CoiiiiRTT Is a big bluffer.
Ho wauls tquso gunny sacks stulTed
with straw for gjoves.
'-.ikut. I'KAiiv'fl discovery' of the
ao'th polo was probably postponed on
uccoiint of the weather.
Ik Hansen doesn't bring home the
north pole io'ro afraid wc will have
to worry along without it tills year
Vincbnt grows facotlous. Tills is
doubtless duo to the fact tliat Wlilt-
wain has been absent from town sev-
Kx Gov.' Lnvni.t.n'(f n'$- "ho vtnws
witli horror tho suggestion tliat he re-
enter public Ufa This makes tho mat-
A Louisvil.l.K woman- wanted a
clergyman to marry lior to a corpse
Many a woman would get along bet-
ter If she followed tliat precedent In
It Is woll to bend such mexj ns Mr.
I It. Delaney ns delegates to conven-
tions. Dolnnoy is a public-spirited Ok-
lalioman and lie never falls to do the
Vincbnt labors to squirm out of lila
villainous county steal by oiling un-
truthful comparisons. However the
eyes of the peoplo have been opened
nnd no ono Is worrittrt over his prattle.
Mils. Mauv IjBahk has promised to
speak in this city next month. Tine
Intelligence Mill doubtleMgivitspaiiiu
to a number of people who know htn
when she was ymngncv
Lko Yixcknt and Davu Morris or
now doing tho Woory Wliklns vugfuti'
act. They are going ovrr Uto oouolj
soliciting products lu order to defray
the expenses of the llepreMoiitutivu. A
previous show W this hard times pair.
Mus. LANnrnVaoliilm that her hut
Ii.mii! woiiid not support her in proper
stylo probably will strike a responsive
cord lu thb hearts of several ggntlo-J
men ou this tddu of the water who have
helped tp make up for Mf. Lftwgtry'u
It Is said that the prol.lbttionlstj of
Chester I'a. havo nominated forolliue
a man who has bu dead fo.r bjx
mouths. This Is n'llttU out of tho or-
dinary; still . we know sayerol (jqntla-
meu wno huvu baen ijeud in myears
and are btlll tryiuir to gat nominated.
Ir Is ostium! thut it will require
8UM.ooi.ooi to pay the uxpeni of
American tourUu in Birop thU year.
It will reqnir a gnat uuwy buhls of
wheal to baluuiM that ajcouot but
witu tuepropteU lor high prlooa It
will babalaoud all right ami In tha
end the loss will not Ut hit an this
Bide. This in n wonderful country.
iiiKeuy sotiools and Urn elly have
refunded thair iudubiwhiitM Into ta-30
bonds. We will ln butur otf. fluan-
clally nfior tho tlrt at nxi iuquUi.
The bohoul otlbials are due bom muos-
ure of credit but we fall to km whore
any praise should be ucconM the late
misbegotten legislature and the
TiiKOhlo IVolilbltkinktw want the
government to start banks nnd Ion
money "on produaU. geodiund hinds."
Hut who do they expect would pay the
losses on tUat kind of bushm? Uhe
trouble with tliste bide party ruforw-
era Is that they drive all hoiulble peo-
ple from supporting their mndldut&
by heresies that arutnteudotl to oatoh
the votes of loafers.
Last year the reformers had every-
thing their owo wny Np" politic
hittKes wertf up II u preparation
ior uw ro goiug forwaj-d. and jut
noiiue now the bupitt old nmiirooius
are springlug up In Nww York Ilatt
and Hill; in IVnnsjlvajjl Quay; In
Maryland Uonnan; In Ohio Hrlce.
Call tha roll. There Isn't a political
boss In thU tountry that hasn't clam-
bered Into the bandwagon agulu.
It beems to us that the press Is gU.
lag altogether too much prominence
to the act tlmt Miss Coiuuolo Vaniler
Wit has given to her prospective hus
band a small golden heart-shaped
locket. What of it? It Is not unusual
for young women and young gentle
nen about to enter matrimony to ex
change pronuptiul gifts. And certain-
ly Miss Vanderbllt cannot bo accused
of a want of good taste hi choosing1 her
token. Tho goldon heart typifies the
fact that the bride's gold not Iter
heart was the mainspring of the
match. It will servo ns a pleasant re-
minder to the duke that he has won a
fortune nnd as hearts nro supposed
to Oftiire In tho matrimonial olfiilrn of
youiig people. It no doubt will bo grati-
fying proof that he has captured some-
thing of that sort. To be sure it his
neither warmth nor life nor love but
it Is the only kind of a hourt that the
dultfj Could properlv appreciate.
OM'.VI'.I.AMVM TKMIKItNKSS OP IIKAItT
President Cleveland's tenderness of
heart Is creditable to him bat It is
doubtful if Clyro Mmldo.v tho ouir
dercr. Is worthy of the consideration
which tho president lias shown him.
Muddox has been condemned to death
twice and has made one escape from
jail lie murdered a negro in Kansas
and has long been known in Kansas
and Oklahoma as u desperado. Ho lias
also been connected with some esca-
pades in Texas wbero his reputation
is similar to that whiuh lie made for
himself in Kansas and Oklahoma. The
Now York Mercury of recent date
prints a long editorial lu reference to
Mnddor. and ills crimes and deprecatos
tha president's action In granting
leniency to the young murderer. As u
pointer showing how tho president's
action in the matter is regarded In tho
east we reproduce tho following:
Maddo.x's mother lias clung to him
with remarkublo devotion rivaling
that of Mrs. Harris for her doomed
son t'arlyle or thut shown by Dr.
Iluchauan by his ilrst wife. Mrs Mud-
dox wont to llray Gables to make per-
sonal intercession for her son'p life
nnd was received by tho president in
that kindly and sypathetlc way which
lias become characteristic of him in
cases of this nature. He was pro-
foundly moved by the appeal of the
despairing woinan and promised to
give prompt and careful attention to
the matter. As a result of his Investi
gation he lias already ordered that tho
execution shall not take place at the
time appointed by the court nnd tho
probability is that he will commute
the sentencu from death to imprison
Mr Cleveland has always found it
dlflicult to renist the appeals of a bro
ken-hearted woman. He should how-
ever roeognlo the faut that In the
region about Oklahoma and southwest-
ern Kansas there are many good wo-
men Who havo very bad sons. Clyde
Maddox Is one of the latter and ttie
president will do woll if lie makes a
searching Investigation before taking
his case out of the hands of lb Kan-
orl'OMTlON W II. I AVAIL NUrillMi
The bouth MeAloblor Herald is one
of ii f ow papers that take a sensible
view of an Inevitable change. There
ire many Choclawa who aro vigorously
'ppjblng allotment of their lauds and
ttic are givuu seasonable advice by
ih A Herald as follows: Quito a conn--er
tuovemeut has been started by
hnpy who oppose tin ullotmeut of
;tiuotiiv laodo. Many of tliobu who
re found in the oppoilng oamp labor
antler the Impresslou that the Choc-
tuws In thiMiioelvoH liavo the power to
wipe out all the evils of whmh tho
United Slates complains. Iu tills they
aro mvdly mistaken. Tho government
has determined to do awuy witli those
five potty autonomies for the reason
that they ure (.tumbling blooks In tho
way of progress that tho complloa
tions here can never bo arranged e.v
eppt by a division of tho lands thut
the ChootawR cannot protect them-
selves against the encroachment of the
non-eitl.eu clement that it is impossi
Uto lor thu Uiootaws to protest any
property right they possuis without
the intervention of the government.
For these and many other reasons the
Clioetaws who oppose u chango will
loam when It Is porhups too late.
hiit any opposition ottered will prove
futile in tho end."
tOMfKI. AI.HKMT A l'OI'K. who has
done buuh grand work for thauatloual
gond-rouds cause writes: 'lt would
u a goon inipg ii uio government
would extend the good-road work hi
lha (lepartmunt of agrleulturu and
build the great national highways.
Than If the states would follow iho
example of New Jersey nnd Mabsaehu-
belt unil build state roals loavlug to
lowujj and oHIen thobtroetb wo would
in tlm aoiirso of timo develop a system
of highways not exBolled by auy In tho
world. It has got to oome. Perhaps
we may not see it though I hope to.
Horses huve baou their best days
Hleotrieity nnd blayclos havo partially
done nwaj with their use and before
thfc. century expiree pruutluul motor
eurriagas will be In use Then tho de-
mand will ha for still better roads and
good roads lo all directions und the
poor old horso will be relegated to the
couutry where he belongs "
CoNbiPKiuiiLK oonimunt is oxproseod
over the ooure of Hip Sing Lee the
Chtmw.0 laundrvmun and tea merchant
o( San Jobe Cui -vho has advertised
far u hubband for his daughter. Hip.
according to the disputoi from San
Jpse. say he likes America aod desires
that hli slunt-ej-ed daughter bhall
marry an American cltizun. ne 0lNr
to give 85000 In cash to any white
American who will marry her. We
can see noiuing so radically wrong in
that proposition. It Is directly in line
with the precepts and precedents of
our highest soolety. If Mrs. Vunder-
oiit may with entire propriety adver-
tls that she will pay live million n.
lurs for a ny duke wio will marry her
ErrTrr'W fan ko Sons 8tCo TT"
High Grade Tobacco
daughter ConsuoiO why may not Hip
Sing with equal propriety ofTer five
thousand dollars for a husband for hlj
daughter Chu Ouni? John Chinaman
morely Imliatlng ins suponors.
Ciitluillo Yimou SIi"n Blect.
St. Lot-m Mo Sept. as. Tho
twenty-fourth annual convention of
the Catholin Young Men's Nntional
union began at Memorial hall this
forenoon after pontifical h'gh muss
had boon celebrated by Archbishop
Kain. Addroshps of welcome wcro
made by Mnyor Walbrldge Archbishop
Kaln nnd Ueorge lloolh president of
the Morehntits' oxeliange und papers
wore loud by Ihtirlet A. Nebbos of
llrooklyn 11. Oruhtim Frost of St.
Louis und Father Wilson of Tcrro
Dimmers for LiIipI.
Holla. Mo. Sept. 25. Tlio jury In
tho libel cuso of Joseph Campbell
president of tho Ilnlln statu bank
iiiriilnst W. J. l'owell editor of tho
Holla New Kra brmight In u verdict
assessing damages of S100 against do-
l'nur lliff Hui'i-Mfn.
Having thu needed merit to more
thun mako good all the advertising
slaimed for them the following four
remedies hnve renohed a phenomenal
sale: I)r King's New Discovery for
consumption coughs and colds each
bottle guaranteed; . Klcclriu Hitters
iho greatust remeiy for liver stomach
mil kidneys; lluckleu's Arnica Salve
the best in the world. Dr. King's New
Life Fills which nro u perfect pill.
All these roaiedlos ure guaranteed to
Jo just what is claimed for them and
the dealer whoso name is attached
herewith will bo glad to toll you more
of them. Sold at Suatonian Drug
For tho O. A. H encampment to be
held nt Arkansas City Kan. Oct 1 to
3 Inclusive the Santa Fe will sell
round trip tickets at the rate ol one
fnre. Tickets on sale Sept. 30 to Oct.
2; final limit Oct. 4. L. R Delaney
Wanted A reliable active lady or
gentleman to travel for reliable estab-
lished house. Salary 3780 payable 815
weekly and money advanced for ex-
penses. Situation steady. References.
Knelose self addressed stamped en-
velope. II. B. Hess president Chi-
cago. 0 5 1m
(irritt aillltiiery Onmlug.
Mrs. T. Iv. Tingle will give her mil-
linery opening on Wednesday Thurs
day aud Thursday eveulng. She has the
finest assortment of hats in the terri-
tory nud will give tho only opening.
Wait for IU The "Hlg 3" orchestra
will furnish music Airs. T. IC Tingle
There is a good game of base ball on
the dooket for the fair. The territo-
rial and city nines will again cross
bats. It will be romotnbered thatou
Labor D iv the soore was 0 to 10 in
favor of the territory.
Teachers' reiristors best found
printed bound In niauilla nnd cloth
for sale at Hoyio's book store. Tho
law says theso registers aro reiulrud
to bo used by teachers In all public
schools Approved by Superintendent
l.uiv ltute In K V. 1VivIIIp.
tor tho Kansas Citv intor-btute fair
Sept OOtoOcL 0. inoluslve I'ricsts of
f'allus parade und Karnlval Krewe
Oct. 1 to S inoluslve the Santa Fe will
sell tiukeis ut the rale of one fare for
the round trio. Tlokts on sale Sept 30
iu wpuouui u inclusive. Final itiull UcU
7. Itittt. L. U Delanoy. AgL
For the Kansas Statu Fair to be
hold at Wichita Kansas October 1st
to 5th. inclusive tho Santa Fe will
sell tlekuls at ruto of one fare for the
round trip Tlokwis rn sale Sept. 30th
to August Sth ineluslvu. Final limit
Outobsr Olh lt93. L. It. Delaney
Notice lb herebv uiven that the nn.
derblgued assignee of Mrx. Anna Mar
tin will apply to tho judgo of the dis-
trict uourt of tile eoutilv of Lotran.
territory of Oklahoma at the district
oourl room at 3 o'clock p m. on Mnti
day tho 7th day of Oolober. 1805 for
ins uiseiiarge iroin nil Iiirtlior duties
liabilities and lusnonslbllities cou-
ueoted witli tho baid usslgnment.
Voder II. I'alno. Anslgneo.
authrio 0. T. September l'J IdOi.
On Turn to Tuiiu
For the Kniibas state Irrigation con.
voutlou. OoU 1 and 3. Flnnoy county
fair 0t 'i 3 4 and 5 southwestern
ICunhas voturan's assoalatlon. Oct. 3 4
and 5 and southwestern Kansas con-
ference of the Cotigrogallonal church
O U I to 4lh Inclusive to be held at
Oarden City Kansab.the Santa Fe will
bell tlukoiA nt tho rato of one fare for
tho round trip Tiokots on sale Sept.
JU to Oiitober 4 Inclusive. Final limit
October 7 1805 L. R. Delaney AgU
Hstr lu llruvrr.
For the American I'ublio Health as
sociation oonvontlon to ba held at
Denver. Colo. Oolober 1st to 4ih. In.
elusive the Sunta le route will sell
round trip t'ekots at oni nud one-
third arc Tickets on sale Kni.lpmlw.r
30th and October 1st. Stop-over will
be allowed nt Pueblo aud beyond.
L It Delaney Agent.
Bora Wlivix l'or H4le
MorrH A Hunch will have seed when
.or sale on and after Monday Aug S
Roller Mills on North division street.
Furnished room with or without
board pleasant place am' no children.
017 C. Noble.
Wo havo mai i it i"t'.n"nls wl.i
one of the bes d.VL ho iso 'i lu 'vti
so you can nav- rsu. jciciaw o
'uiIv'h iln-H i nnv materia lvi rl unv
'clot F'no mil rii-esset. m nny Mlk
saMn aril no dross goods ihntnrt slight-
I iy soiled can bo cleaned by the '! -1
brated French dr oloiinlng method.
Satisfaction guaranteed In nil ease
Guthrie Steam Laundry A. V Mc-
Iln You Want b Oli-nii Shuvt-.'
C. T Vinson lKirberj shop nonr -or-nor
of Kirst and Harrison. Clean
shaves tho best haircuts; clean tow-
els. Skilled workmen. Coll oh Vln-
Save money by having your o'd ult
cleaned or dyed nnd presn'l up good
as new. (Set prices. Unn't pay until
you examine your suit then yon will
Want to for it will suit you. Steam
Laundry; A. W. McKoand muuuger.
Thoroughbred stallion ana other
stock for claim or city property. Ad-
dress J. W. WkhH
d I in Crescent Cliy Ok.
From a letter written by Frv. J.
Oundcruian of Dlniondale Mich . wo
are permitted to mako this extract;
"I have no hesitation in reconiniBnd-
ing Dr. King's New Dlseovory as thu
results were almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While I v. as pastor
of tho liaptist church at Uives Junc-
tion she was brought down with pneu-
monia succeeding la grippe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would lust for
hours with lltt'p Interruption nnd It
seemed that she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and highly satisfactory in lu
results." Trial bottles free at Sea-
tnuiau drug store. Hegular slzo 50c
The General Christian Missionary
Convention Out. 18th to mh the
Texas Btate Fulr and Dallas Imposi-
tion Oct. lUth to Nov. 4th; thu Onr-bett-Filzsimnions
31st. For the above occasinns the
Stintn Fe route will sell excursion
tickets to Dallas Texas Octiiber Idlh
to 31st Inclusive ut one lowest stand-
ard first-class faro for thu round trip.
limited to continuous passage In each
direction good tc return until Nov.
10th 1895. L It. Dr.LANKY
And the best old Melbayor Whiskey
served out to everybody ut tho siunu
old Moses Sll Harrison ave. 0 lMf
For Kent One or more furnisliod
rooms at 413 East Perkins avenue.
Yon Don't lime in Swwr OIT
i.ays the St. Louis Journal of Agricul-
ture In an editorial abniii No-To-Hac
the great tobacco habit euro. "Wo
know of uiativ eabes cured by No-To-
Hac ono a prominent St. bonis nrohi-
tect smoked und chewed for twenty
years; two boxes cured him so tliul Hie
smell of tobacco uiaKos him sick.
No-To-Hac sold and truarantoed by
Seatoulun Drug Co. No euro no psv.
Hook free. Sterling Remedy Co. N.
Y. or Chicago.
While In Chicago Mr. Charles L.
Kahler a prominent shoe merchant of
Dos Moines la. had quite a serious
time of it Ho took snub a severe
cold that ho could hardly talk or imvi
gate but tho prompt use of Chamber
Iain's cough remedy cured liini of
his cold so quickly that others ut the
hotel who hud bad colds followed his
example und half a dor.en persons
ordered it from tho nearest drug store.
They wero profile in their thanks to
Mr. Kahler for telling them how to
cure a bad cold so quickly. Fur sale
by F. H. Lllllo & Co.
Notlca to huum-rllioni.
Subscribers to The Loader who fall
to receive their papers promptly every
morning will please report suuh fail-
ures to this olllce ut once.
found ut Luhi
A sure euro for dlarrahea and sum-
mer complaint. It is Huggs' diarrhea
balsam. Druggists do not keep it.
They sell It For sale by Scalon tho
Irving W. Larlmore physical dlreo
tor of Y. M. C A. Dos Molnufj lowa
says he can conscientiously recom-
mend Chamberlain's l'aln Halm to ath-
letes gymnasts bicyclists foot ball
players and the profession iu general
for bruises sprains and dislocations;
also for soreness und stiffness of the
muscles; When applied before the
parts become swollen it will olleot a
oure in one half the lime nsuully re-
quired. Fursaio by F. It Lithe & Co.
Lost A gold key with u piu at-
tached. Of no spealal value but is a
relic. Please leave at Lkadku olllce.
How in the world oun vou ex pee t to
be cured of piles unless you get
u box of Huggs Herman sulver Sam-
ple boxes free. Hquitlly good for
scalds burns old sorus etc Sold ftiid
wurrantod by Saatoo.
A Lovely IIhhiI or ll.lr
is something thut every woman should
be proud of und Is somolliiiig thai ev-
ery person can havo If they use Heggs'
Hair renewer Sold by Soatonlau Drug
ip ' '
Wanted To buy a house. Must to
in good repair; must b movrsUie.
State location of building and lowest
cash price. Address or oull on W D.
White 018 K Springer ave. 3t
For sale Fine alfalfa sow! and
seed rye. Enquire ut 1'oland'b gro-
cery Oklahoma ave.
Anyone who is stitferiug from consti
pattun or indicresiion would do well
to try Heggs little giant pills. They
give perfect satisfaction- Sold by your
popular druggist. Seaton.
1 lirouieli Chair Cur
The Santa Fe route now has tlirouirh
chair car liue to Omaha NoU. via su-
perior. Leaves (Jut brio nt 1 it m
L K Dhlanky AgU
lllrzol Hrothers lead all others In
groceries und provisions. Trr them.
Hoggs' German Salve.
Heggs' German Salvo.
Heggs' German Salve.
The greatest pli6 ointment in the
world. It cures where all others fail.
A positive iruurantoo with every box
Call for sample box. Sld by your pop
ular druggist Kealon.
For Kent Ouw or moro furnished
rooms at 413 E. I'crkius avenue.
I itlvrrnlty lf ClldHtiainn.
Tho I imerslty Of Oklahoma will
open its fourth year bepteinbur 11
iMii ' he Uulvc slty Is supported by
in w'ioi ii"t ttir and lis doors ure
pe iti ill c tlze' s of Oklahoina to
enl t inim u r3" l''io cost of llv'ng
i t Voruiui' is us i " as anywhere i
' 'ii i.nl'-ersl'y has received a num-
ber il! adt i'l. n-. to Its Its equipment
many linprov inents having keen addeo
i' tie i'tteiior of the building am.'
Isrgr additions made to the laboratories
nud library. Tuu library will be in
charge o( a eotiipeteiu librarian and
the tookt will be so Indexed and catn-
loguuil us lo tiiUUe thu resources of the
library ttvuilubie to all students. The
reading room will be open at all hours
of Ihe day where in uddilion to tho
newspapers of thu territory and the
trading impurs fioui ail parts of the
United Muled will be found i full list
ut tha touting muguzliieS of the
country for the use of students.
An Instructor of mathematics will
lift ndded lo lha faculty nnd a strong
deportment of music added this year
Kwry cillteu of Oklahoma should
h personally interested In the Uni-
versity and shnuld at least know
whftt facilities ore offered.
The faculty consists of strong earn-
est especially equipped men. and no
young man or woman heed go out of
thft territory for want of competent
Instruction. Kvery ono should receive
und read the catalogue ltcun bo hud
by addressing I'ltoP. D IL Horn
tf Norman Ok.
Mnp or Vlreluln llHttlfKlrliU
The only correct map made from of-
6elal papers In tlio war department
with complete l!stof linttlo.s. Sent on
receipt of 85 cents In money or postage
stamps. Address C. II. Ryan assist-
ant general pnssonger ngeul 0. and O.
railway Cincinnati Ohio 4-5-4 w
lieges' IHood Purifier.
Heggs' Blood Purl (lor.
lieggs lllood I'urllier
for all diseases of the blood. A posi-
tive gun rati tee with every bottle.
Call for und be sure you get Hoggs'
ond take no other. Sold by Scoton.
o u Von w'orir;
Are ynu !j man who works for a liv-
ing; n man who gots up nt 5 o'clock in
the morning und builds Ires and then
goes out in builds u house? Are you an
office holder or a judire a merchant
uomr. or n burner Are you Hi any
business that is confining so tliat you
need outdoor exercise? Don't you
know that you can save enough in doc-
tor bills lo purchase o Crescent bicycle
in one srssou? Crescents soil for S0
$r.O and $?. Tho only strictly high
grade whwl nt a modcrato price. F.
II. Lillio & Co.. Agents
Don't Until Till
Unless you wish to knew that Hoggs'
diarrhea balsam is the best medicine
on earth for summer complaint. Neviir
fails. Cures every time. Equally good
for children. Sold nnd warranted by
Cool and pleasant furnished rooms
witli or without board. Mrs Newton
ii Vilas ave.
We aro prepared to uleau your suit
or coat by the French method of scour-
ng and do it ut home and so cheap you
won't war those dirty clothes any
more; iret prices; they will surprise
vou Now is the time. Guthrie Steam
LaiT.dry; A. W. MuKcand Mgr. tf
For sale At Leader olllce; ono hnlf
medium Chandler & Price Gordon
press 11x80. It is in perfect condi-
tion and is running every day at our
office. We must make room for large
A. M. Halloy a woll known citizen
of Eugene Oregon says his wife has
for years been troubled with chronic
diarrhoea and used many remedies
with little relief until she tried Chum-
herlain'b Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy which has otirrd her sound
and well liive it a triut and you will
be surprised nt the prompt relief it
affords. S5 nnd 50 cunt bottles for sale
by F. R Lllllo fc Co.
What Ncrvi; lie-rue
have clone for other
. thty will d
OP 161 H DAY.
M E W Easily Quick 1
iwj rermanantlv flasforeo. "or" oav
vitive cine tor all Weaknesses
Ntrvousness Debility and all their
r nn of evils resulting from early error
iitd later excesses the result of over-
vork sickness worry etc. Develop
nJ ivesionc and strength to these
.il organs. Stops tinnattiral losses o
;hilv emivsions caused by youthfu'
i k irsorexce'sive nsrof tobacco.opiun.
did liquor which lead to consumptioi
ind insanity. Their use shows innnedi-
tie improvement. Insist upon bavin
he genuine HERVE BERRIES no other
Convenient to cairy in vest pocket
'rice J1.C0 per box six boxes ine fill
reatment. 35.00. Guaranteed tocur
my case. If not kept by your drur
;islt we will send them by mail upoi
eceipt of pice in plain wrappe.
"'ainphlet free. Address mail ordersto
"'mcAw MenicAL co.. cinoinwati. o
For sale lb OntJirlo. Oklahoma by F. II.
Stoneils Seals Iik I'ads
K ubber Type.
ManufAvlnrrd by I lie
Pierce Stamp and Seal Co.
Kiim VHjr Mo
Send for price list.
('bUhMlrr' Knll.h llltmond liraad.
Orlclnn.1 tui J OmI Grnutae.
Arc aJtf rrtibbU. laoics t
DruuiAl ter CktAlr &liA Di
MJl)rj u liini A&d aUJ iujHu'
warn tod run Uw rtMhMi Tstke
A.I lh A HU itA M .1 ll iHll tirilll
jkii lu iMtnkiiti&fi. I 41imiIaU aisJ
il Mil i'iuuu I" iMMwasBS" tanm f p
klakill kuiLkt tu.. Uu4llill KlIUIIi ah
Si ri ai aim -m .1 -lt. S. . !..
tti U ul Uul tnsu. 1'SUu4m 1v.
C M. Orinner A. a McMillan
!ucceur lu l- OlirUen.
Up to datu
ami Paper Hangers.
Higu work done on short notice.
Shop Chr men's old taud 113 N. Ibt
slreci. Wc solicit first class work.
7HU -vetr aW1Z
&Ma ("tUF7 B
I W -!? ta
Arc Uio Ilcsi.
Illcynles bought sold sr.d exchanged lileyelps cold on Install-
ments. 'hr nri ps sii'i gnatsntce will inn-rest nu Full lino
of eyrie undrle. K- n iir't- of all kiodt done and work guar-
anteed. Otve us stall. ' ' "
Oklahoma Ricycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Okloaa Ays.
N. KNAUSS Manager.
Mnnufaeturer snd spplier of Cote's Asidislimn ln.n Clad Hoof I'nlnr. Tho
best for metal and shingie niofs. Wakes shmgii s hhe slate. Also put on ns-
phaituiii gravel i tnd. iht Mini piteh dmiK and !hr the genuine usplialluiu
wulks and paveuienu and srlitt-ial stoni-. Old ronfs repaired and made us
gooil as new. SUeks ami stand pipes puiatiil and repaired All work guaran-
teed. Host of references.
ST. MARY'S INSTITUTE
.V Hoarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Uirls
COLLEGE BILL. DALLAS TEXAS.
Sixth year. Founded hy tn ivu tvev. A. C Wnrrott bishop of nnrtb-rn
Texas nnd tinder lii snpt-rvibior. VIH oMn' .Sept. Is 1805 College and P.-3-punitory
Cotin.es. CIhrsIi s and Higher Mathemailus in charm- of gruduutea of
Wollesloy College and Univirsitv of Toronto. Departments of Music and Art
under direction of the oest lustriieiora. trained in llennany. Kngland end New
i'Jnglnnd Conservatory of Music. Llocutiun taught by graduate of the Kmer-
sou School of Oratory Huston. 'Krius for tuition ilieiudlng am i-ut mid
modern languages snd all Bou-llsh branches Ixmrd. fuel light washing S3 o'
per A i. num. Mush: Arv hi niton. eT charges. For ontulnsuos and fur
therlnformatlon address JJTRfi TORBERT. Principal SuMnry's Iml 'nie. i ha
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
H. H. PERRY Prop'r.
A Kew mul
Tii8 Daily slid
M. L. TUKNBR. Frosldenl OEM). K. H1LLINOSLUY Cashier.
Capital naTionl BanK
Capital fully paid
PRIESTS OF PA
TUESDAY EVE. OCT 1.
A Iiniigpsml ol uiiHUt'p8eiI granilonr iiiMrnnit?niHcenro.
The ninth annual paruite of t'm prleoih of t'ultss will oeoiir 'I uesday even-
ing Oolober lbt. nt Kuin-as Citv sod the nmongeiilent iiitnouuces tliat this
will in many reipecis eetie all prevtortb PlFirtH Great cure hat been tuhen
In tho selection of Kiit'ji-iis with a vti-w to tilahinirtlils inHt entertaining of
of all the dUplajs ii.a.ie h K-tusas tfiy' famoiTi I'Hents of l'allas
Novel and Ingenuity iiih'-IdiiikmI de-'gns will Ue lutruduuud and fun-loviug
people will rlud variety nf aiiin.iu nee oes.
One Fare Rate
hns been made oo sll rallrnacK god
the lurce uitnitn'r who iil tri to K
Priests of Pu-.Isb will feel well iepa d
TII031AS s. AViini:
Itiioni" 103-h-U Alutsllc Hl.'g.
Mining Lad snd Patent Law
J. R. ICkaiiir.
NO tl lrib.uAI
Attornev AT Uw
Ciiuhne I Iklahfinia.
ItHomS 12 sud lnVPrnl"i.' i-mn mui
Trimt HiiUdlBg Oblshoia.1 Ave op U
S. Land ofllee.
A 1L.L.1AM ItUftUt.
ATTOHtieV T !.
Gttthne f .n
MsV-Offirr in V4rtfr Kiiihlint
David I. OUt
WaxhingtoH. 1) C.
No;60S F Str"t N V.
l-'ormerly priiKipsi examiner fwu-
PHAN K . CI4UM It U Al I h
I Hsu f. at. ft ..
WaNlihiKlnn w l. '.
The Lasrl IKrrtst
of CIV oflloe is eouOuioUMI t the lU
chief of the Hklulif iu Iihhimi aud
eoutost divisions. lboli-il your busi
BeM and guarantee satisfiatuou.
8oe W. Okla. Ave. Soatonlau Drug Co.
: : : :
:"ptiub'r 3u ui O.'Uiher il inclusive nnd
'!. T'tr tn Me thu ireul n.irmle of tno
f.r the j
enl btiwnr-foniliittrd tor MOOERATC FEES
J Ou Oiriceis Opposite U 8. PATENTOrriCE1
M.M ho utini mjc j.ui.ut tn u-u oute tuaa iux
'itmolc iroin atuimttia.
J Send niudL dr.aui or photo. with descrip-i'
lion. w auvic it pAtenii'r or nut. xtco ol
Our tee not due till patrnt It in ured.
A PAHLE.T " K Obtain I'aun'j wilhi
wuit in inc u. 0. iuui loxcign couuwic" (
J opi patent OrriCE. Wabiiikotom. d. C.
Yet rintry Sargfton Surgeon Dentist
S tIL cor Noble uml Ft'st
So per cubic foot.
AU oMe aitttj't through the p..fla
vill r!lve prompt utleiiiion.
UMv-e MuimvIUi CHf feUU
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 96, Ed. 1, Friday, September 27, 1895, newspaper, September 27, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73444/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.