The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 11, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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UCAWCU. (lUTlTUTR OTtL afXM A .
llntcrcil In the post office at Guthrie Okla.
s ccond-rlavi mall matter.
'. tha Ladr Printing Compsojr
LKSLIE Q. NIBL.ACK
mllr Morning rpr 1'nbltihttl In Onthrle.
H.-rloUl Organ of Oklahoma JJtmoeracr.
rntf omcUl ren uf Lagan Coantr.
TIKSDAV. FBI!. II 1SPC.
I'nK Daily Lr.Aiicit accent advertli
in. with the distinct and positive guar-!
i$ei that It hat double the paid
CMfliiaiion 01 any uowipapor puuiimeaiu
Tifr: Lkaiikii llndory Is one of tho Lett
in Uutie.ni of the kind In tlio Wuit and U
t 1 turning out tarKeouautltleint work
v it I In your order for binding and hlauk
t ... and they will be promptly attouded
.) month delivered In elty I SO
liun. month by mall 10
TTirj month 1 JO
v montht..... S 00
pi.i year 6 03
. L 1TKKKLT.
I' :JtJnonthi . SO
'I'ur. bond Issue
was nonted without
Tu. south Is bound
in the senate no long
tn have u show
as Til lin an la
'TOnWrtllfMh Harrison will view the
tun at St. Louis from forty hnlel
Tin: ICcutucl.-y legislators arc ills-
pmed to reverse I he old rule and shoot
.i they vote.
Tiik great American hog looks long-
ingly lowatds (lermauy and gonlly
tiffins "Then Ulil Remember Me."
Tiik Capital has double-leaded Me.
Klnley out of existence but all the ap-
plause will come from the galleries.
j Ajj.- An3raore bank nrtlciul li mar-
rjeib ah Indian girl. Ills financial
traintug teaches him to look out for
Clft Capital pitiful wall about lie-
publican honesty bolstered up by
ihlmiMerlng untruths Is uunther ease
of Cleopatra brought before CtesBar.
Miw. I.kahi: Is said to be snA'erlng
. from lung trouble. We are sorry; but.
Itjwtll bo remembered that her lun
mjubU) for aiauv years has made
IT Ik hahl that the Spanish lesidenlH
nf Havuna.arfl preparing to get up a
balFfor fleneral "A'cyler when he ar-
rives. The insurgent! are also prpar-
inf a few for htm.
iIxkk AiiuiitK stayed with the Hurrl-
nuu'ltotiiu till tin- Ice cracked and he
iiriultl.-iltol.tr nuiiied the Oklahouu
leferee when the li.tiiro and good
wlllofnltr defunct boom arc avpoi
I hilled J
. . v
li will i-euirc breeches bony and
hydraulic lift to take Sam Murphy
ml Col. Cash Harriet oil' the MelHnley
biiniu. Like the new grocery store
'tihey Uave conic to stay."
A Cincinnati girl has been liu-areer-aAjdJn
an Insane asylum because he
jirppiisea marriage to every good look-
iutf young man she mcei-. Thl IooLh
like a high -handed out raw' Jut at the
l.i-jiinnlng oj the leap year of the pre
tut century. "'.
Whim; Republican Judge Clark Iiu-t.i-cile
was on.thh bench he tried but
nir civil caseIn ''I'oltawatomle coi.nty
iuthieo years and dliposcd of only
vijflit crlihlnal eases. He wa h
norlhlessai Chief .Instlce lireeu was
irrupt-and Oilmen fee-strlekeu.
Jr now lookb Ijke. .Thomas Ihaulctt
IJecdof'MaTnN will liavc fully two-
thirds orthji dolp'ftftlc from Texaa to
the national Upltbllean cnneniiciu.
Miwt of the iliktriet de!egaii. elected
- far are for him ami indications arc
that the four delegates to lie el.-eleit
lur the Mate at large wilt be for him.
' ' . " .uit'ii
. .'UMW'Jtm;i itepiiblieau paper are
lumping on Cash Kariie. Iloweser
Iftirncscan Hand it ami he U likely tn
vru mil under a McKlnley banner.
l.jflllSila a partismii but he i not hit
ter. Uo irwesbe more principle than
u v1iole lot iif Iteed biHiinerang
Tijj: Capital says 'no soaudul has.
kiiachcil llholf to any llepnbllcau
rtielul in Oklahoma." Wc don't know
IVnm what dictionary the Capital culls
u iloliultiou of words and we have uo
mi -linailnn to open old sores but since
I. r Capital It so positive in tU ber-
tlonsof Republican honesty we presume
lA-Qty (lork Milllkcn merelr repair-
ed tu tho Leavenworth penitentiary
ml tarried there awhile In order to
tell irtiiTe of (lulhrhVjt warrant de-
I"?"'1 iy Republican extravogauee
tn vii uiunueut and uauspeetlnif 2f-
I'OMTKX KIN MAIL
I'i.liUei In Kentucky are now In &
v...udltio)i of unstable equilibrium and
Hie next gale whirh sweeps from the
urn! beast may bring tn our vtv the
lush of I'osoundiiijf armt. The sena
torial at.'iigi'le has reached a condition
u lul-hiull jjiidgl regard u& toclremely
Wnu-tllKniiillegiSjJaturO is In a dead
r s.m m . j
The Kepnblicans having a ma-
in the lH4ive hai- .Irc'-lul U
unseat two Dciuocrats whoso election
lias bccD contested and replace tbcin
with Republicans. In the senate the
Democrats hare a majority and swear
that whenever the Itepubllcans tn the
house begin unseating Democrat who
wore fairly elected thny will unseat
three or our Republican senators
who seats am contested. If this pro-
gram Is carried out It will practically
mean civil warfare for the militia
will have to Interfere for the mainten-
ance of Inw and order. It Is another
Instance of political madness Inspired
by Republican In which an Itch for
tho spollx of ofllcc overbalances nil
other considerations. It is to bo hop-
ed that beltei counsel will prevail and
that bloodshed may yet be uvolded.
WHAT IT COSTS TO HUN Till. CITV
UNUKIt ItKI'l III.K'AN CONTltlH.
After paying triple-raised oeenpa
lion and rrator tax nictly submitting
to two bond leiics sud'ered huiulltu-
tlou for mouth' on account of a water-
less waterworks and the rntlcn nc
tlonsof a prehistoric school board
cottoned the ears in order to keep out
austere stalking rumors of alderman'
ic boodliug gazed helplessly on the
time-yellowed wrecks of myriads of
sidewalks to say nothing of the
wrecks of vehicles on account of
yawning chasms In lavnrite roadways;
what has the average taxpayer of tho
city of Onthrle to show for his tax re.
What Incentive is there for him to
photograph and frame that receipt
oilier than to preserve it as an appro-
prla'e mcineulo of days agone when
he whs a groveling victim of Ilcpnbli-
can municipal extravagance?
What hns the present Itcpuhllcau
administration In (luthrie done for the
city aside from lavishly spending
the money poured into the city cutfeia
What progress has the city inudn
within the past two years'.' What
brilliant telling stroke lias been
made by the municipal nllleials tn in-
vite newcomers to locale here induce
capital to iinlnnfcc Its purse-strings
and promote local business activity.'
Mayor Martin cannot answer. He
liau been too I usy building terminal-
leas and I'ailroadlosn railroads carry-
ing nut and elucidating the asteroid al
fan tunics of John It. Clarke's brnlu
Having been in the Mayor's chair hut
twelve times since bel ng installed In
oftJce nearly two years ago he is not
In a position to answer Personally
Mr. Martin Is a good citizen beloved
and respecieu. nut lie mattes a poor
mayor. Were It nnt for President
Humphrey the council would do away
with Its weekly scbrIou altogether.
Clly Attorney Hnlner cannot answer.
He Is too busy collecting delinquent
fees and throwing grab-nets after fast
lleelng public pnrks
Nono of the city onlaials nor the
couuellmen can answer. The last
named body has been too engrossed in
allowing bills for political purposes
voting bondft to keep the nuts on the
boilers in the water workn pluut and
incidentally voting saltiries tn the
mayor city attorney and themselves.
No one can answer ae the tax-
payer and he Unous thereof he has
Duiiug the year Ifi'i.. or lobe more
exact from November I sin to October
JOth ISO.. the sum of -).) IiM. 10 u.
ICbt in running ihls Republican nv
eruui-n'; this does not Include the
stealing of i x e. fees taken in by the
police judge mid city attorney and a
four mouths' unpaid indebtedness for
a yellow debilitated electric- light ser-
iee. Where hat. all thl. money gone.'
Whereof the loot?
tn addition to this stupendous war-rant-dopreciating
sum the elty wni.
compelled to pay Istt year sri.uOOln
damages to persons who entered
from the ravages of defective elty
water-mains from broken legs
smashed ribs and other analoinienl
disturbances sustained by icasou of
wretched thoroughfares and plank
less brick leas sidewalks and pare..
month. The principal imprnvcmcnlK
on the luuin street have been made by
one man and hbi hoe. The side-walks
are wind-frayed unit iWreni) and the
rot iii nuppm l.naids uanhl at
tliih day iii.H-l: the sound of a
city carpenter' hammer with
tfluuilihli. shin-peeling glee. I'Vom Nov-
ember 1st. ISOt to October 10th. litt.1
the monstrous ti sum of Jjil.JST. V.1 wan
expended on toads and bridges In this
city while SISini.0 was shoved Into
the pockets of clly oilielals as fees and
salaries. V'o gods but one thousand
paltry dollars (dared on the public
atreoU; Si.ono paid for damug due to
aecldenU on the streets and the (ax.
paymt bilked out of nearly fourteen
Ihnusuml dollars tn lest than a year by
a gang of ferocious grafting wolves
who preach economy! Thcae figures
are taken fiom (he record at the lily
hall and are authentic. They show
that the only place where economy i-.
practiced by I lie ltopubllcan onloiuls
now in power Ih In robbing the road
and bridge fund and allowing the
streeU tn run to ruts and weeds and
the bridges to dclapldatlon. Out of
I this 1.S7.S3 spent for htreflt improve
ments over half wan expended in
building Mic Perkins street bridge. So
after a careful analysis we flint that
about the sum of four hundred dollars
was expended for strcot improvements
in lets than one year ami these 1m
prntementN were made in front of Uie
1 homes of favored couueiliueu that It
those with the iiuickesi reaeli and
lljfhtisl I in per
J'ortwti year the city has hem
guttisl and robbrd by it nilL-iaU and
It Is blt-Adlutf fiimi a di..u woniiiU
whiuh cannot Im btjiinched ave by
another Issue of bonds. 'Ihpreent
oriiclats were elwtod to rtleo by the
pynple under lite dolntlnn that they
were tn be publlo servaniS. when as
a matter of fact they ar-iioihliig but
itUtuiou pupjirit iuj political po
curs with Argus-uyca cuulcrcd on tho
six funds of tho municipal treasury t
Every itcpubllcau adtnlnlslralion of
fJutlirlo has smacked of rank corrup-
tion but the present is the
worst. In soma cities and towns
where dense corruption prevails and
the treasury Is being looted tho olttc-
lals blind tho eyes of the tax-payers
by socmlngly rendering nn ndequftte
cptld pro quo but here tho overburden-
ed tnx-payer holds up his bauds and
makes tin outcry or attempts to se-
crete his wallet as the lemeroiis muni-
pal highwayman slops the stage in u
rut. while the foliage blooms liixiirlniib-1
ly in the streets. Tiik Ijihdkii has-a
com pic to lint of tho moneys drawn from
the city's six funds during Inst year
by officials and charged toexpenltures
with nothing to show why such ex-
pense should have been created 1'hr
list makes interesting reading ami
will be given space in these columns.
In the meantime (lod save the e1t
from I'epitblicnu misrule.
TKUTH IS NIK IN Til KM.
The luminary of the evcnln Capi-
tal evidently entertains a personal as
well as a political .dislike for Chief
Justice Dale since be never loses nn
opportunity to make u panoramic .its-
play of his animus The charges
aalnst Dale arc grossly false nud ex-
hibit u painful lack ol meal for odlclal
stabbery by the Itcpubllcau press. In
a tpiltc recent issue of the Capital tlio
following assertion wns made cither
through dencc Ignorance or political
Chief Justice Krank Dale enn Joko
when the occnslnn is desperate lie
sat on the supreme court bench In de
liverlng the opinion In the court re-
peal of the dfctrict clerk clause In the
Kegau Hill and said If any territorial
feen were unpaid the clerk must pay
them that the government charged all
these fees to the clerk and any nvnr
the M.imo limit and elerk hiie must be
paid to the government by thr- clerk
Chief Justice Dale delivered no such
He delivered mi opiulpu at all In the
district clerk case In the higher eoni'ti
In the lower court Judge li.ile held)
against the clerks and I lie. ease was
taken on appeal to the supremo court
where the decision nf the lower court
was reversed Judge Scott delivering
the opinion Judges Htcreraml McAtO
concurring; Judge Iturford dissenting
and Judge Dale not sitting.
Still in the fare of open record the
Capital in order to vent pci-HOlial
spleen solemnly asserts that "Judge
Dale sat tin the supreme hanch lu de-
livering the opinion in the court re-
peal case." The Lkaiimi has repeated
ly expressed ttscit on tiic merits or
demerits of the famous "l-'egan
claws" mid it Is unnecessary to enter
Into further discussion of the matter
at this time. Our desire hero Is to es
tablish tho utter falsity of what the
Capital Is iplcuscd to term "Judge
Dale h joke l!y Hie way while the
Capital fncctlously refers to the Judt
clary It might be In order for It to
humorously dilute on the opinion
handed down ly Associate JuHtiec
Iturford a Itepublieau which knocked
mil section '.'.. a hydra Imuded legisla-
tive elansc.by wlih-li I lie Capital print
Ing in. sought to garner the print
ing oi me enure icrriliu-y ami tints
maim me uusmesa oi every legitimate
newspaper. Democratic Kcpublleun
and Populist In the territory.
A V AiuVli'aiV ilnl.r.
WiMiisuinv l-'eh. 1(1. A new na-
lir.iial seml-mllitary nrgnniation ha
been formed here h.v Oeneral .f. A.
llilion. ftuiudei- of the I nloii eteran'
I'liloii and the.Meiliil of Honor l.ct'iou.
The organization is called the Oriental
Order of Zouave. hiiiI itupHnclpa! oli-
Jectsareio cultivate among clllcna
of all classes and ajc-s a -.troug spirit1
of Aiiirricuiiikiu with a special view to
rigid eiifurcemeiit of the .Monroe oc-
tilue. fcfuzrr Wllllio In CiixIjii.I.
11'vnos. Feb. 111. President Jxrnrr
of the Tcansyuul has accepted thu-in-vital
I. ni extended by (jlon'ul Secre.
iar 1 hamberlalii to hoIHii to ii)gloii.)
ui-coinjianbd h.i oiiu inemliem of tV
Tran-.vnal executive. 10 act as 11 com-
inls.lou. I'rnbabtv a special e(siii
ni uic voiLsraan mil i- called to
yrani a formnl sauetion und ) noini
tn i- n eiiiiimlsslnii.
I'l.r Vmi'. Ittr (lfln.
I'nm JmOH. Feb. in.. -J. It. C.druu.
H-ho Mrct-keiJ lle Mate l.anU by em.
heylinaf iiU.IHl H'uf Kenl-iiee.l in live
years in tl inlieiijiajri hard la
Iho'. tin- maximum ).coilf.v lil.'
Iieini vfiileiuit.l h I'l-Udl pilifnllv.
Ilis iiife and sister held him up din-
ing tt.e 1. r.al.
S .1... . en Mil I'eli. In -.lu.lire
John D.dmaii. ion- i.f the t.el
l.liowii riliens nf St. JiKeph diel HI
.: .0 i-Uer.ln.V uiorniiic uflrr u bi n-1
.llnen l.eneral dehilil u the
t Jire nf Oeatli.
Alt'dhMiui Value m lioul.1 of Hoed Sjfa.
larllU than many otlirr pieparation.
fAarp 9l.HI m teiiulreil more care taken more
pene Incurred Jn Its ma mi fad lire.
t eotU the proprietor and Hie dealer
More buf. Il cqU the coruutijer It us I
8U moie duiM for ii iaone
More i-urative power I secured h u peimiMr
m e.iiibiiintum. propiriioii uml pmce.
hlii.-li muKe It peculiar lo itself.
Mor Kpe are employed and more mutee o-
inpied In in Uilioratory tlixu any otlwr.
More wondfrfol cures etff eted ami mor-n--
liiuotiial reeeiieil Hum U sn wtlu-i.
Mort) Salt au.t more nvrrasi i-ar li rjtr
jiereiortedb driiKKisti '
More people ur iaSuitt iicmnii Sjij...i.iu
lott- lluu uii ullirr aiul nmie jre
Uliii2 iilud4 luunrter UiMrf
MOr lutl IIIIL UuBF . i ui.i jiutibt t.e
SMTiUl) )ku 'U.l(ld IjI.c
Tu tiue irue huoJ tunter t r iKUtle'
liruuVu liilii ? ."" 'JVtT " WW
f1." i ni iiti. ii
By tho Persistent Uso of
"I tfn trmttmmi fnr ywir vrth a
.. ihi ho I nlcd .no called tt
i oiilil Im'
:i l.i I i
nxsnrlii'' ic ' iimt ttmiimg
limn- in ii' in life. As
-.irl. I a-i indiKi'd In Irv
AjrrN JnfKnp:irlllii. nml. iillcr uik-
n .i limiibei nf linllli'H. Hie !nrc
hcjfMti ! di-:ippr'ir :i!id mv '4ei10i.ll
Itenlth nnprie. 1 p.r-i. .1 In lhi.1
trcntiiieiit. until llu- ore w.is eit-
tlrel hcubil. iiiee then. I lino
Axcr's sjir-.ipiirill 1 nci-a-Iniiiilh r.a
n tonic and Mooil-purilier. a nil in-
deed It -.eein n tlmugh 1 could not
keep house wil limit il." Mr. S. A.
I'll i.l. I'.l....in'bld l.i.
Tho Only World's Fair Sarsaparilha.
Avor'o Pills Keyuluio tho Liver.
l'.iiulUI senate Noi.ilni'i-.
VAIIINiliiN. I'i'b I". TIlO 'opullt.t I
Wannli.iiL lit Kiiiiniis. tinnttiin t tt 'Plirvttint- '
111 imii'i - 1 ! ii" iiviiiiinii' 11 iiuiimu
Wtitson of (icorghi for secretury
and Mr. Tuubencck of Illinois for ser-geaiit-nl-artiis
of the .Senate.
A ll.it iiinrt 111.) I'.K'UI.Df lloiur llmiii.
Dwi.M'oin Iowa. Feb. In. Tho
packing liouse of tin Tri-f'ity Paoklug
I'ompnny was destroyed by lire yester-
day. I.iis jlio.uoil; insurance s:o.
I'ollrtMii.iii Ciiiiilclril nf Mmulitiiclitrr.
Toi-kka Feb. 10. Policeman II. K.
Oatnes was found gnllty of man-
slaughter In tho third degree for kill-
ing Albert Crnger.
livriiiuiij Will Not Cull It
Ukihi.v Fell. In. In the. Reichstag
Chancellor llolienlohe made a lengthy
declaration of policy 011 Hie silver
question in which he said Oermtiny
would not tnkn the lead in (Killing an
liilii iiu'ionnl monetary conference.
'I fir AlUunm Our. .horr
fii.orri.ATKit. 'Muss Feb. H).-r-Thc
ihree niiisted- kuhoOimr Alllanea
whieh left New ork Sunday went
(ikhoinnii Plum Islniui last night and
wan slow to fragments four of the
crew being saved and three drowned.
I'mir lily Sivir.
Having the needed merit tn more
tliiiu main' good all tin- advertising
laliiuxl for them the following four
ren.edien aie rcmd.cd a phenomenal
ale: Or. ICIiik'n New lliscoverv. for
.onsiimptiou coughs and colds each
bottle guarau;ecd; Elmlric litttcrs
tlui griuitest remedy for liver stomach
mil kidneys! ltncklen's Arnica Salve
the best in the world Dr. King's New-
Life Pills whluh are a perfect pill.
All these remedies are guaranteed to
lo Just what is claimed for them ami
the dealer whose namn u attached I
herewith will bo glad to toll you more
of lliein. Sold at Seatonlan Drug
Mtslresfl Dorothy Marvin is the
title nf a now historical romance by
J. (. Smith which is lo bo published
immediately by D. Appletou A Co.
Trri- Ili.i.UJnii rmrnl..
Wc have received from O A. Snow
and Co Solicitors nf the United
States and foreign patents of Wash
Ingtou D. C. a pamplet recently pub-
lished and copyrighted by 'them en-
titled; '"A summary of foreign patent laws
with Information mid ml vice about
foreign patent!. giving tho cost of
same In various countries.
The pamplet Is conoUc well written
anil contains in plain statements
much that will be of interest to in-
ventors patentee and manufacturers.
A copy will bo sent free to anyone
addressing C. A. Snow & Co
Patent Lawyers Washington L. C.
niup ii r Virgii.ta HHttle.Kiei.it.
Tho only oorrnot map made from of-
licial papers In the war department '
with Jom;lete I'stof battles. ' Sent on
receipt of as cents lu money or postage
tamps. Address C. II. Itynn assist-1
nnt L'onoral oasaoiiL'er acont. C and O '
railway (Jinoinunll Ohio. -5-w
I'or flrst-olass paper hanging call on
L. Chrison 111 north First street.
Teachors' registers best fund
printed bound lu manilla and cloth
for sale at Itnylo's lok slora The
law says theso reglstoi-s arc required
to bo used by loaohors in all public
schools Approved by Superintendent
Kor Trade Lots In good Ohio manu-
facturing town valued at Jl.'.'OO for
Guthrie iiroporty or aurcago near tho I
city. Address "Trade" Leader otllce.
A young man hi Lowell Mass.
troubled for yuars with a constant
succession of bolU on his neck was
completely on red by takiur only
threo bottlos of Aycr's Sr.riuparllli.
Auothcr reniilt of tho treatment wau
greatly Improved dlgosllon with In-
For sale Cheap if taken Immediately
A vomit; nodlrced male boir. Addrefs
Wnrreu (luthrie or cuu bo seen
at mi ir sec II tpla r 1 w.
'lliini.r gray hair and bald beads
mi displeasing to many people as
marks of ago may be averted for a
long time by using Hall's Hair lie-
iiewor. ROYAL Baking Powder.
Wjihest of nil In havenlnz
Strength. u. s. iUvr .t Unrvtt.
tmbllslicil in tlio nwlalisma
Nollco for vnliltanfioii
t-ind mrc atOuthrte. O T. Pctiriia? r'
Notlrc Is hereby
ntlrr In lirrrl.v c
en that the fitllmvf hr-
n.imcd settler liai nlett in it Ice of hl
lre oi dh inirn
lion to liink.-flunl urinif in sotiixirt t.f hlf
claim and that satu prmif nlll lie tnartr ip-
tore ttrplstcr and Hccelvci at Hutbrtc O. T
n May I. 1K0. via:
John Marker for tue n c qr oc is twp IB n r
8 w I M.
no nnmos the toiiowinK witnosscs tnpn
Ills continuous residence upon anil cnit
lion oi. Hniu i.tiiu viz:
re t. T
WW AN'jriiooK iteRister.
I First uuhlHhcd in llm Okla.
1'ch n lSim.
Not if o Tor piiblicnllon.
! LandolllcoatOuthrlo O. T.. JauW.
Notice M hereby given that tho following-named
set tier has tiled notice of his In-
1 tcutloii lo make final lCfff.la'lPIort of
his claim and Unit ff.T .VfoopttU1 be
made liefoio the register ur'i i-icclcrviil
liulhr.c. n. T. on April 'il 1mV vl:'
I Jacob Purtcnheimer for tin n& qr
heo 5M tp lo n r .1 w I M. '
lie mimes the following uHim'shc t.
;.'M'e his cmitlmmus lesideucu upon
andiult'vatloiiuf said laud viz:
James H Wauzer. Miles T 'IVcry
1 Peter Lauzell John (' Nye ull of
A. N. J. Ciiook Register.
In Oklahoma Leader
Notico for mihlicnlioii.
Land Olllco at
Onthrle. O. T -
Notlco Is hereby given that the follow-
Imr named settler has filed notice of hU
; Intention to nutko final proof hi support
of his claim and that said proof will be
made before tlio Kegister and Itecelver of
! tlu L' nltrd States Lund olllee at Onthrle
OT. on April 13 istm. vl.:
lllruin Fauhlon nf Tohee O T for tho
ots t and ' and s hf-ue if sec .' tp 13 n
t I west.
I He mimes the following witnesses lo
Pi'ove his continuous residence upon and
i-'iltivatlnn of said hind vl:
AeeNKInehari Frank II Hill. Edgar
I M lHiiclnirt all of Tohee Ok; William J
Walters of Onthrle Ok.
I A. J. Ciiook
Pirt PuhlNheil in Oklahoma Leader Feb.
Notice lor l'liblieulioii.
Landolllcu at Onthrle Ok. Ter. Jan.
Notice is hereby given that tho following-named
settler bus filed notico of his
intention to iiuiko (imil proof in support
of disclaim and thai paid proof will he
made ticforu the register and receiver of
the V. S. laud ofllce at Onthrle Ok. Ter.
on April 'Jl lSim vl:
Kdinond Jacobus for the s w or sec 13
tp 1(1 n r 3 w 1. in.
Ho names tho following vltnoses to
provo his continuous icsldencu upon and
cultivation of said html viz:
John C Nye Miles T Pcery William R
Swanson Cornelius J Ttiohy all of Outli-
A . N. .1. Ciiook Ro. '"'er.
First puhlWhcd lu thu Oklahoma Lead c
Feb (I. ISlii
Noliftc i'or Pulilicalioii.
Land otliee at Onthrle O. T. Jan 20.
Notice. Is hereby given that the follow-
ing. mimed M'tller has tiled notice of his
Intention to make final proof In -.import
of his claim mill Unit said proof will I mi
mndn before the icglriterand icco'.verof
the U.S. Land oflim at Onthrle O. T.
on April 31 ISJW vlj
Miles T Pcery. for the fc qr sec 1. twp
10 n. i-3 w r.U.
He uaiiios tho following witnesses to
provn his conilmioiis residence upon and
cultivation of;ilil hind vl.:
John C Nye William R Swanson Ed-
mund Jacobus Cornelius J Tuohy all of
A. N. .1. Coo Reglhter.
1 nst published In Iho Oklahoma Leader
Notice for I'libilcalioii.
Land odico at (luthrie O. T. J;m 20
Notico Is hereby glvon that tho follow-lug-naincd
Hittlcr Iiuh filed notice of lil
inli-utlou to make final nroof In Mituinrt
of his claim and that xald proof will be i
madii befojo the icglNter and iccelvcr :
United States lundoflico at (luthrie. () I
T.. on April 21 IS'.m) i.-
.lolin C.N've for the ne ur ec'.'2 twp
Hi u r.1 w 1 Al.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his eontlniioiw ic-ddcncu upon and
cultivation of said land vl.-
William It Kv.inon. Allies T Pcery
William l!i-:tn?couih IMinoml .lacohii!-.
all of Ciuhile Oklu.
A. N. J. Ciiook Hoglstui.
Jun w 'tm.
lu Oklahoma I.endei
(luthrie O T Jun
Notice Is hereliy glicn that tho follow
Inir named s-cltlcr bus tiled notleeof hi
Intention to make final proof In
of his claim and that said proof
nuide liefuw Iho reulster uml iceohcr :il
(iuthile Or. on March n ison vl:
William lturringer who mudti he Nn.fr.i)
on Maj u Is.'-O foi iho iiw iir or .-ec 10 of
! tp 10 ii of r 1 w 1. Al.
: He names tho following wltne-se5 to
; prove his continuous rosldouci- upon ami
eniuviuion ot.saiu i.iiiii vi.:
David Chamiios Itichuid A Hoys
Matll!j1'' l(;n'!s 'ieorso C Holt all of
' !!'''''' u A v n
3rt A J' -1- Cl00K (lstir-
.... ... n... ......
i '"' I1""'"" ' iiiuiii weuuur
J it u. Ii JAW.
Notice for rnhllcaUoii.
Land Olllco at (luthrie O. T.
Notico Is hereby plven that tho follow-
ing named dottier has tiled notleeof his
Intention to malm fluid proof
In sitpiiort of Ids claim and that said
proof will he miido bofnrotljo legi.storaud
receiver of tlio United State land olllco at
tlnthrlc o. T-. on AJarchS Imki.-I:
Alnses JJkes.of tiuthiie. O.T.for tho
lots :i ar.d -l and s hf. uw qr s.eu 'i 141 it) n
r 1 w.
He nnmos tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous rosidouc upon uml
cultivated oLsaM land
Joseph II. Casall. John Kills
Frank Kills .lanie C Flliiu. all of Mutli-
liu. l. T.
3!s7 A N J Ciiook P.oglstor.
First I'uiillshod in Oklahoma Loudgr
J an. sa.'lHl.
Notice I'or pulilieiillou.
Land ofilee ut (Iuthile OU January in
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler bus filed uoiit-o of hU
Inlnntlou to niukn llnal proof Ii support
of hlsolulm ami that said proof will lie
made before the rtfllor ami ret'elver of
Hior.s 1. 1 .1 ..ni.-. at (luilnie o on
March v. . :
Janii In 1-1-iai f (luthrle.Ok for the
nn..! 1 1 ..1 .i-.i iiii-Miiiroi mo nw nri
and a I- 1 1. n.l l..rt v - nfnc hundred I lis!
Mores 111 1'Xn iu aUOM- trucl lu us: U In
tp 17 11 of r8 w of 1. M.
llenairos tho fallowing wltnnsseji to
prove hl oouilntious rosldoneo iiou and
cultivation of. said laud viz;
IMtthnnl II I'lposaml Oliver I Cnxqy nf
(linnrin. Ok. nuid Wurrmi Wall and
Thuiiius M :iUoii of Mulhall Ok.
''. N. J CiiiMik. Iteglstor
CAPnroL National BanK
Capital fully paid $50000.00
Undivided profits 10000.00
llOAlll) 01' niRI'CTOItS:
A. 0. llrowcr Capltnlht. Utlcn X. Y. tieo. 18. Hllllngsler Onthrle O. T.
Uco. A. Mctcttlf. Onthrle. M. L. Turner. Onthrle.
Chni. E. lllllliigHlcy. Onthrle
CCRRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.: COLLBCTIONSA SPECIALTY.
C. H. GOLE
Manufacturer and appllor of Cole's Asphaltum Iron f lad Uoof Paint. Tim
best for metal and shluglo roofs. Makes shingles like sbito. Also put 011 as-
phaltum gravel sand tar ami pitch roofs and lavs the genultio asphaltum
wallts and pavements and nrtifiriul Kinm. ni.i mnf. -.ni-...i ..1 m..i ..
jjgood as new. Stacks and stand pipes
l iced. Ilest of references.
rV F CHEADLE COAL COMPANY.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
CANON FRONTENAC WEIR CITY
Also sole agent for tho sab- of tho celebrated MeAlcster Coal tho best coal on
the market Mr domestic use.
Olllco and Yards 12
Tolonnono No. 0.
SHIVEY BROS. & VAN WYCK
First-class lit cry barns at Stillwater and Oilando
cililics for carrying passengers between these two points.
J. W. McNEAL Purs
EAST HARBISON AVENUE.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goodt
In Stock all the Time
15-Vear-Olil Wlilslipymul n lull lino orKfiiniliml Vlgnrn.
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 95
... OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
Found Two horse blankets nml
two good leather horse collurs. Owner
cinget same by calling at J. Over-
bav's rir Kast Noblo and dcscrildug
property and paying charges. 1 w
Notice tu bubsurlbcr.
Subscribers to Tho Leader who fall
to receive their papers promptly every
morning will please roportj such fail-
ures to this olllco at once . . .
Tho first of Amcrlcnn newspapers
. CHARLES A. DANA Editor.
Tm A.morlcau Constitution
Thu Amoriuaif Idna
Tlje American Spirit.
last and all tho time
Dally by mall fl a yoar.
Dally and Snnduy by mall 0 a year.
THE SUNDAY SlJN.
ra" the- "greatest Sunday nawpupor in
Price 5s a cop'. Ily mail a a year.
CI1A8. E. BILLlNOPLEy v
A s jiit. Cashier.
painted and repaired. All work trnaran-
200 W Okla. Ave. Seatonlan Drug Co.
1 Oklahoma Ave.
A.J.HKA'J Vxik -'uicsibiCB
f DlrecUr tn addition to llanV Ofllcers:
U0UA0E SPjCED ItOHT. MARTIN HKNUY LIN
W. J. HORSFALL Cashlor.
THE OKLAHOMA LEADER
And HcClare's Magsz'ne
Only $1.50 Per Year
few of the Bnu tlilncsln sn-riiir
Magaslue fur tlie k.iuIuj; j car:
an.i frial 1 ulUcmpura-
KL1AUKT1I 8TACI!T IHKlhS
will write . -1 s. 1 t au4..iiio(rraphlcal
artlt les in. luitnn; 1 ii.iimim em-cot imer'
ami. loiiKi.-Ui.i. IK.I . and Lowell. Ther
alx.t.ik.- ihc iiaiKi int. her 11 Uterarr
urksiiiuaiiiisii..u huiv bcv famous IkkU
Uatt-sAj.ir ai. J ..iiu in were Mrltteu.
1IUUVAHI) KlI'l.INC T '
Mure JuiiMle sin i.- .ilM.ut Mowj-ll the for-ei-l.rcit
biij ami m tiroUii.r Viulti.
Xoiila-t..rusut.i tin I'rliuoH of Zeiula
ami i.l htr loxiis and Uu-lr adventure.
UUr.AT J'AIVTIXi.S til TIIK C'KNTTICY
M!tivl0l'a'u'"V l.c fstlKuUhea ar-
INI. Will II Uiw Mii.itia-. beeuln Iluroec
lr mail) uit.iiili . . ..n tint' material with
rvitr.MiuctUiuM ..I in- iu.islVrt.U-.ci of art
produced durtm: tue i..si enim y
TIOVS AND N.ri .. U-llil'f:Mi;NTC
I11 all realm-! I.. n..n . tivit v will fur-
!V r"" u ' ' l"' "t' mstruu.
I.MJtY M Mill
ii..iu-iv vi:ii 1
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In -tauij. 1 1
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u '. -t'M(5 lflelurc-s siiltn
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lorsaiapli i...v a W-naee loinnhlct
jM.rtr.tii ut ml fj
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knew UiKoin. wltli.A.r ! Illustration
imludlnic hltlH-rti. u.ii.ul.iiM.e.1 rtralti
?! y.m':rlJ lurc'' "' ''l homes 'lu Ken!
tui-ky. Imlfaii.i .tn.i linm.U. ls.rtralts of
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 11, 1896, newspaper, February 11, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73552/m1/2/?q=%22%22~1: accessed April 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.