The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 57, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 16, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OltUAN OF OKLAHOMA DEMOUUAUT.
orriOK or i'iiih.iuation iiakiuhoh avrndr.
GUTHRIE. OKLABOMA. SUNDAY MOKNING FJDBRUARY 10 1890.
Deo tlint NAME
a anil i'iiic; nro J-T
lamped on aolcs
W dampen on aoics bbb v
IF & B88t
Corner Oklahoma Avenue and First Street
GUTHRIE 0. T.
Hopairiiig Neatly Done.
PRIZE FIGHT SITUATION.
PETER MAHER'S EYES ARE GET-
TING BETTER RAPIDLY
MILL MAY OCCUR MONDAY.
'I'mui ItHiiRvm Duff Die .Mfin at KisrjT
Turn rilv 'limll Adopt Itiwolu-
tlons Dciiiiiinrlli (liiternor I'nl-
lioranu iiinl (Sennral Mnliry
rit7.1minom Much I1
Hii-tcil With Mullen.
Er. PAAor-TwxHs Fob. 15. Unto Juat
evening Quinn the buokor of Muhor
tolophor.cd from Las Crnces Unit
I'otor's eyes wore 2!S per cent bettor
and Hint ho would surely be nble to bo
In the ring Monday. In the meantime
concessions liavo been secured for n
lif? bull fight in Juarez Sunday.
If Mahor's eyes do not recover with
sufiieient rapidity to enable him to got
into tbo ring on noxt Monday. FIU-
simmons may decline to wait any
linger. Fltzsimnion is h sorely dis-
appointed man over the turn thing
are taking and Ik h little inclined to
tlnd fault with Maher for not taking
sufiieient precautions during his train-
ing lie is confident of ins ability to
beat Malier in two rounds or four at
the outsi.io and the. obstacles that
have been placed in his way liavo
tended to discourage him somewhat.
Ho rode ovor to El l'uso this afternoon
on his wheel and although Malier
went to hue Crimes this morning the
Texas rangers at once til ruck Fitcsim-
iiiom' trnil to nrcvont Mill from en-
gaging in a flat fight with a man forty
odd miloH away. The constant dog-
ging of his every movement by the
rangers lias added another feature to
the disgust which Fil.simmon cntor-
tnlns of the general situation.
Or. White who ban been attending
Malier wild that lie had grave 'curs
as to Mahor's ability to lie in the ring
"He may be able to do it" the doc-
tor t.ald "but it is doubtful. It is
likely to bo a wcolc and he may not
comn around by thut time. His eyes
are in very bud shape and there is no
telling with any certainty when ho
will be ablo to see clearly."
Governor Ahumada was on tho alert
to prevent any light in his bailiwick
lie had ids mon out watching eagerly
for any silrns of men vrosidiig tho
river in large numbers. Even tlio
Mexican oolloctor of the port at
Jaurez Manuel llaucho one of the
most genial and plousaul of mon sat
at his dosk in tho custom house with
u tretnoudouB big revolver on tho desk
before him and in the court of the
Fodoral building stood several horaos
rondy for him and his employes to
mount and ride to the battleground.
All Thursday night and far into the
greater part of the morning the train-
ing quarters of Fitzsimmonsln Juarez
were surrounded by a cordon of
mounted Mexican guards. It was
nearly noon before any of the in-
mates ventured from tho house and
then Julian went to federal headquar-
ters in company with a friend who
brought him the information thut the
whole Fitzsimmons rotinuo was to be
ordered out of Mexico. Julian thought
it advisable not to wait for the or a or.
Ho told Collector llauehe that ho had
no intention of violating Mexican law
and that if the fight was to huvo takon
place in Mexico all the trnps of the
Fitaeimmuns party would have been
sent nut before. He told the collector
that there was little chance of tho
light being brought off owing to
Mailer's condition and ho hoped un-
der the ciroumstanoas his party would
not fall under tho ban of the State.
During the conversation Oovornor
Ahumada called upon Collector
llauehe Julian was introduced and
the gist of Julian's statement was
translated to him by the collector.
The governor was courteous but non-
committal and Julian was bowed out
In coming ovor to tho theater on this
side Fitz-slmmons was stopped by the
Mexican ollloials and again in return-
ing. Pit&sluimons explalnod that ho
had no intention of lighting in his full
dress garb and that Maher was not in
condition to fight. He was held until
it was found Maher was blind and
then released but a guard wus posted
W L Douglas
$2 25 AND
The situation has worked down to
a simple proposition of having tho
light before the kinotoscope. It is
practically Stuart's only chance to
win out. and the only hope that the
kinctoseopo people have their sido of
the grave for tho recovery of the S17-
ij(K) thoy have already put into the
scheme. The kinetoscopc of course
is the strongest thing in favor of the
fight coining oft' and an effort will
certainly be made to get tho men into
die ring as soon as Maher is in any
cuiidltion to fight. The location of
id- tight is still the samo deep int-
I i-tictrablc secret. Nobody knows a.
thing nuoui it. and only one thing is
certain it will not bo in Texas. It
may be four miles from 101 Paso and it
may be a hundred. Nobody save Stu-
art knows the direction or the distance.
Hot resolutions were introduced and
ml iptcd at a meeting of the city conn-
e'd bore last night. The substance of
the resolutions was that tho citUcns of
121 I'uso rogurdod the notion of Gov-
ernor Culberson and Adjutant (Jen-
oral Mabry in bringing in Texas
rangers as a bid for cheap notoriety
and Kiev considered it as such.
.Mirlilm Mini I)l4;iiiiilnli'il l.ntr.
. . .. .itss .Stel
la Zorno of Cooper was found dead in
her bed nt hor mother's home Thurs-
day morning with nn emoty morphine
bottle at her side. DiHupnuintineul in
love h:i the cattle of the deed.
Ni'ln. !(.; I'ioIiIIpIIIoiiUIi for l'r Miter.
1. 1 Mill. X. Neb. Feb. !.- After a
stormy session in thr course of which
tin temperance oleincnt was turned
over body nnd soul to the ltiiuctallic
League the Prohibilioe slate conven-
Tho general land otlice at Washing-
ton has sustained the decision of the
local land olllce in the case of townsite
settlers of northeast Perry vs. John J.
Malone Involving the sw qr of hoc 1 1
tn 21 r 1 wand awards the land to
the heirs of Malono represented by
his father T E MaloiM. After re-
viewing the esse the commissioner
concludes as follows: "Your decision
being afllrmcd as above stated the en-
try of Malone will stand subjoct to
due bhowiDg of complianco with the
law on tho part of the heirs and sub-
ject the right of any person to attack
the sumo for want of complianco with
the law except so far as this decision
should it become final oporatos against
the parties to this controyorsy."
How much business can a man 'do
whose system is in a stato of disorder?
Hoadache is only a symptom. It Is
not a disease. Tho pain in the hoad
is tho sign of rebellion There have
been mistakes in diet and other abuse.
I)r Plerco's Pleasant Pellets are a
gentle effective renovator and invlg-
orator of the stomach liver and bow-
els. Thoy assist naturo without
threatening to tear the body pteco-
meal. There aro no griping pains no
nuusoa. Only u laxative.
A book of 100S page profusoly il-
lustrated written by l)r It. V. Pierce
called the Pcoplo's Common Souse
Medical adviser will bo sont free for
23 one-cont btamps to cover cost of
mailing only World's Dispensary
Medical Association 003 Main street
Huffalo N. Y.
lly a white girl as servant to do
general housework. Good refer-
ences given. Address C. Leader. 3t
Tho ladies of tho G. A. U. will hold
a meeting Monday afternoon at three
p. in. at Masonic Hall.
Tho Vienna bakery is the place to
ttno candles put up in uonc-on
For Trade Lots In good Ohio manu-
facturing town valued at 81 200 for
Uulhrie property or acreage near the
city. Address "Trade" Leader office.
Acronts wanted Everywhere to
to canvass for our new gift books.
Two rare boautles. Sell at 6ighU Ad-
dross Historical Publishing Corapauy
Philadelphia. Pa. 1 7 lm
Do You l'Hlut.
To make room for a now stock of
paints oils and glass we will close
out the .prepared paints now on hand
at yoi'ii own nunc The Eagle Drug
Notlco A respectable American
Protestant woman desires position in
the west or would marry an honor-
able man. Mrs. A. E. Peterson 135
W. 13th street. New York City. t3
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all In lemvenlag
Strength. -V. S. Oovtrnmr at Report
SILVER IS KNOCKED OUT
SENATE SUBSTITUTE REJECTED IN
THE HOUSE BY 125 MAJORITY
VOTE STOOD 215 TO 90.
Out of SilO IMcinlM.ru Only ' Doilcl
ile of tlio KtitMus mill JtlUinHrl
l(iri4intith'M Titlliert Agnln
t1r t" i TMiir nt III Sight
Siwstnn llvw the lmif
fit Ihn Koliftllliin.
WAStiixeTos Feb. li. Th majority
against silver in the House yostordny
wlion the final vote was takon on con-
currence in the froe coinage amend-
mont was larger "them that of
Thursday in eommltto of the whole.
Thursday tlia motion to concur was
defoated by lW) u SO a majority of
111). Yesterday it wan beaten "'I'i to
00 a majority of Vi:. I In- vote yes-
terday wus a record-making vote nnd
counting the pairs but thirty-seven
out of 350 members were unaccounted
for. Perhaps a few absentees dodged
but most of them were unavoidably
absent and were unable to secure pairs.
An analysis of the vote shows that
184 Republicans and thirty-one Demo
crats voted against concurrence and
fifty-eight Democrats twotitr-flvc He-
publicuns anil seven ropulists lor con-
currence. Tho debate which preceded the vote
wa. of an interesting character but
devoid of any sensational features.
The gallorics. as usual on u field day
in the lower branch of Congress were
crowded to Hie doors and quite a
number of senators including Palmer
of Illinois llacou of Georgia Cockrell
of Missouri and llntler of North Caro-
lina sat through the five hours' de-
bate. .Secretary Herbert was also
Ex-Speaker t rlp presented the clos-
ing argument for the silver men and
wasroplicd to by Mr. Turner a Dem-
ocratic colleague from Georgia in a
two hours' speech. The personal ri-
valry between the two leaders of the
opposing factions of the Democratic
side of the House added to the interest
of the occasion. Mr. Dalzell of
Pennsylvania closed in behalf of the
Republicans. The partisans of the
respective champions missed no oppor-
tunity to acclaim their approval when
telling points were made and at the
close honors seemed even.
The Kan has representatives voted
as follows: ens Halter ISroderick
Curtis. Nays. Jllue Cablerlioad
Misrtouri: Ayea De Armoud Dock-
ery. Naya Hartholdt ISurton. Clark
Cobn Crowther. Hall. Hubbard Joy
Tracey Troloar Tarsney.
A verv exciting row was only pre-
vented at the night session of the
house by tho good temper shown by
Mr. Talbert of South arolinn whose
utterances at the night session two
weeks ago caused Mr. Darrett of
Massachusetts to offer a resolution to
cenmue him for 'treasonable and sedition-
language bast night Mr.
Talbert was opposing a bill to pension
a soldier's widow who had subse-
quently remarried and had been di-
vorced from her second husband
when Mr. Ilardx Republican Indiana
arose and made a savage personal at
tack upon Mr. Talbert. South Caro-
lina he said had always been raising
her voice in opposition to the union.
"Wo have heard from South Caro-
lina.'' said he "year in and yonr out
except the four years when she was
out of the I'nlon. She has caused
more trouble than any Stato in the
Union from the tirao wlion John C.
Calhoun triod to nullify tho statutes
of tho United States in 1832 uud
Jackson threatened to hang him for
his pains up to the present time
when tho gentleman' from South Car-
olina appears in this body and a gen-
tleman with similar uropcnsitles ap-
pears at the other end of the capltol.
Her record here is without a part.ilol
J am hero to vote for every pension
bill presented to this house despite
South Carolina which bus not sent an
honestly elected representative to
Congress slnee 187V."
Mr. Tulbort was evidently suffering
under great excitement while this at-
tack was being made and nn outbreak
was expected but he restrained him-
self with difficulty nnd turned tho at-
tack with pleasant reference to the
fact that Canada had been heard from.
(Mr. Hardy was born In Cumuln.)
Later howevor while discussing
another bill he took occasion to re-
mark that ho had noticed that thoso
who had taken no part in the war
were loudest in their proclama-
tions of patriotism aud their denuncia-
tions of those who had fought ngninst
the union. Mr. Talbert himself
served In the Confederate army
through tho war. Mr. Hnrdy did not
servb in the Union army.
"J have noticed" concluded Mr. Tal-
bert "that thoM who aro invincible
in time ot poaeo are generally in-
visible in time of war." (General
Jiulgti Alexander llutl Ille ut St. I.uult.
Si. JjOIMS Mo. Feb 15 Judge
Alexander Davis breathed his last at
the I'aptlst sanltariufn yesterday sur-
rounded by members of his family and
friends. He was 04 years old. Judge
Davis was tho jurist whose name was
immortalized by Mark Twain la
"Houghing It" Th judge was then
living in Virgtnki City JJev. where
he presided over the people's court.
A (iirt r WRO.000 (o u Woiitiiu' L'ulU'KO.
Cm.ym.axd Ohio Feb 1" A be-
quest of $50000 has been made to the
oollege for women of the Western Re-
servo university by Mrs b. V. II ark-
noss of New York one of the heir of
the Ilurknoss estate of this city. The
gift is givcu toward the establishment
of a chair of Itiblieal literature in the
institution and tho entire amount will
be at the disposal of t lie college within
the present jear.
nii.tfanrr a iviff ifi 1iLa unln a ctrnT.
eg9m of war wherein a man can err
but once mr P. Sidney.
HELD FOR MURDER.
Mnrlon Atbell Suit to .lull WltheUt Hull
at 0rego. Itaii.. for Wlr Mnrttrr.
Oswnoo Kan. Feb. IS. The pre-
liminary examination of Murlofl As-
bell accused of murdering his wife
on January 83 closed yesterday after-
noon the defendant being iKiusd over
to the next term of court wlthouWmil.
Tho anamination wm held Iff. the
oporn house In order to accommodate
the throng which had aiwtnblwlfriun
the adjtft-ent towns and country.
At the conclusion of the hearing
the defendant wna trken thMtxrh a
lmch door by the ahnriff end hK at
tendants and hurried to the jalL fol-
lowed bj several hundred men. Wt as
there seemed to be no leuder .that
might have been a lyiiohing was
nvartwl and tho prisoner was Wigud
SHfoly bohind the bare.
Asbell wns onco the chatppintt
wrestler of Kansas; is rich: has jrved
a term in the penitentiary: ha been
tried for perjury nnd other ofranses;
has had two wives both dead &nd is
now accused of killing llerthu White-
house another ston-dunirhter whom-
mysterious death occurred sftvcrnl
A VAG WITH A BAD RECORD.
InTmtlRiitloii slums Tliut it Kfilullu l'rl-
onrr I u Much-Witnlnl .Mini.
Skuama Mo. Feb. IS. John John-
son was arrested by Constable James
Gossago for vagrancy and sentenced
to forty days' imprisonment in the
County jail by Judge Fusher. When
arrested he acted In a suspicions innn-
ner nnd the officers decided lo further
Investigate his case. He gatf his
name as the "Clevelanit Sport. and
confessed to numerous robberies;
stated that he had been convlctwl for
liighwuv robbery nt Palestine. lcx.
and sentenced to' the penitentiary for
twoyoarsbut escaped from t he guards;
also gave valuable mCminnl ion whieli
will lead to the arrest l the inch who
held up a freight train on the night of
January 14 at Nassau on the Missouri
Pacific.iu which soveral watche and
money were taken from trainmen and
Conductor Trickett was shot. It is
thought that Johnson wns Implicated
in the robbery at Fort Scott Kan.
SAVANNAH BANK ROBBERY
A St. .lojepli biiluoiitioener Clmriftnl With
Complicity In It.
St. Joseph Mo. Feb. 1 v. Frank
Harris a saloonkeeper of this olty
was arrested yesterday on the ehurge
of complicity in the robbery of the
State bank at Savannah. Ilaris de-
nies knowlepge of tho robbery. Of-
ficers ransacked the linrrls saloon and
found up-to-date burglur tools. There
are nearly 100 differont nrtip)4ptin-
cluding files drills ehlcels. dRrlf'fcn-
terns explosive chemicals powder
nnd various other instruments pertain-
ing' to the art of burglary. Tho tools
were neatly packed in an ordinary tel-
escope valise which was found under
the saloon bar. A search of Harris
house disclosedother evidence of the
WARNER A CANDIDATE.
Ills Clott 1'olltlriil rrleml Mnjnr liluho
Su)i Ho Will Hun for (lowrnnr.
Kansas City Mo. Teh. Li. Major
William Warner Is a candidate for thu
Republican nomination for Governor.
Major John T. Itlake who managed
his gubernatorial campaign four
years ngo and Is perhaps his
most intimate political friend in
Missouri said to-day that Major
Warner would not decline if nomi
nated but would make the ruaa nud
carry on a fight for the party us strong
as lie made in la!''.'. Major Itlake was
selected bj a number of Major Wurn-
er's friends at a recent meeting to
speak for them and it Is known that
Major Warner" e wishes were coumilted
before Mr. Itlukc would consent to
make a statement.
TO BE TWO CONVENTIONS.
llutcliliiHini mill Alillene (lut I he Kuiimi
Topi:ka Kan. i'Vb. IS.- -The Popu-
list State committee met here lust
night uud issued calls for two State
conventions one ttt Hutchinson lor
March 18 to elect delegate to the na-
tional convention the other at Abi-
lene for August '. to nominate candi-
dates for State officers).
Shot Two lltlior unit HlniM-lf.
Ck.vtkuvii.ij: Iowa Feb 16.
George Jones shot and killed his
sweetheart Leah Mnrllu her mother
Airs. u. !. Alurtin ami tiion put a
bullet into his owu hcud lust evening.
The reasons for the deed are unknown
but it is supposed that the parents of
the girl with whom Jones had been
keeping company for two years had
objected to thoir relations.
A I!uri:lar' llluoily Work.
Dallas Texas. Feb. 16. -A burglar
entered the house ot Jerterson Smith
at midnight last night Smith grap-
pled with him and was stabbed in tho
back three times and is believod to be
fatally Injured. His wife trlod to ns-
slst him and the ussassin crushed her
skull with a blow from an ax. She Is
unconscious and cannot recover.
Huller Klllt n IliircUr.
Sax Francisco Feb. 15. Frank J.
Miller a butler In the employ of J. L.
Franklin shot and killed John Ander
son a burglar and was himself shot
through the neck and dangerously
wounded. SVhen the police arrived on
the scene they found Miller lying tin-
couscious on the fioor witli the dead
robber lying across his feet.
Marked luireae In KxporW.
Washington Feb. ! . The treasury
statistician's report of exports for the
month of January makes a mush more
favorable showing than the reports
for several months preceding and
than that for the preceding Jaauary.
The exports of barley were ten times
those of January 1S05.
Wln Ur Ureacli of I'rowUu Salt.
Umo.nvii.le Mo.. Feb. 15. -In the
Circuit court Miss Sarah Holtslnger
Uotjudgment for 8488 against W. If.
' Collins for breach of promise Tho
amount sucu lor was oa.vvu
THE GENEARL BUSINESS SITUATION
DOES NOT MEET EXPECTATIONS I
Wouthcr Hinder Tntiln mill Mutiny Hc-
nmlin Clme I'rittlNrn Miirkrts Trml
IliMTiiwunt L'liusiiiilly l-utgc
Number of I'litlnrr Itoport el
Itailk UlrnrliiK for
Nrw YoWk Feb. U.l!. G. Dun -v
Co.'s weekly rovlow of trade says:
Tin weather still hinders business
and continued closeness of money fol-
lows tho prolonged Inaction of Con-
gress but eoutldenrc Increases.
The demand for Imots ami shoes Is
still disappointing. Several factories
have closed and few are working full
lime. le!h f In lower prices still pre-
vailing although further reductions
have been made in most lines amount-
ing since January to 1 to 6 per cent.
Textile work shows little change
though the cut In print cloths to $'2.7o
and a general concession in brown and
bleached staples averaging for the
whole list iiioted six per cent since
Jauiturv I. Induced more buying which
the known accumulation of goods
ahead of demand Iims hindered.
Sales of wind have been smull for
two weeks of lebrnnry U.1;'07(iO
pounds against lo 'oo.SRO last year
and I .5UV5.MI in 14K3 but higher
prices abroad sustained by heavy
shipment of goods to this country. In-
cline holder of wool here to make the
concessions so that manufacturers
havu the more dilllculty In meeting
Produce markets tend downward
mainly beenuse supplies exeeed ex-
pectations. Wheat bus declind hu
with Western receipts a0?30tl bush-
els against 87V100 last year while
Atlantic export for two weeks have
been only 30311 1 ft.1 bushels against
'.7'.M.:H4 lust year.
Corn is a shade lower and both pork
and lard a little lower. Cotton re
ceipts at this season never large still
indicate a supply for the current crop
year. Including stooks brought over
much in excess of the world's needs
so that the prospect of increased nore-
uge has the more power to depress
prices and spot cotton hns declined an
eighth for the week. Exports In Jan-
uary were tf(M3.5Gii less than last year
though prices were 45 per cent higher.
Failures for the week have been 821
in the United States against 870 last
year and 07 in Canada against rd last
Nkw Yoiik IVb l. The following
table coinpili i by llradst reel's shows
the clearances at the uitlcs named and
tho peraenlagoH of Increase or decrease
us compared with thu corresponding
week last year:
Now York liOl.49a.tfVl
lUiteaoii i 7U.20.(m
St. loiil I 22 1941.010
UMIll h anoi
TIGERS DEFY DISCIPLINE
Ituw llnlwm'ii the latently iiml Mmlciitt
of Hip MHmiirl I'nlteralty.
Coijimiiia Mo. Feb 16. Thirty stu-
dents of the Missouri l.uiverslty wnre
suspended Thursday uud esterda.
upon the recommendation of the dis-
cipline committee for moving a side-
walk. Oidlnui'ily only a score attend
chapel but yesterday morning it pro-
ceHsiou 'Iihi htroiig murulieil In. .Soon
as thu fxcrcUes were oer a stu-
dent jumped to hln feet and
shouted: "Fellow students out
of sympathy for our friends
who are unjustly niiuitdied we should
refuse t attoiid lectures to-day."
The btuduuts all left thu chupe). Once
outside they formed a procession and
uiurehttd through town and back to
the uumpiis wheie a meeting was
hulil. All pledged their word not to
attend a class not lo answer any ijueM-
IIoiim asked by the discipline com-
mittee and to all stick together. If
one is expelled all promise to go. Then
they went to their homes. It lias
louked out. thai the fueulty will pun-
Ish the luniior ami thu students who
are In It vow they will all go together.
THE NORTH POLE RUMOR.
Notlilmc Sur I'roiii Xuiuttu KiimIu anil
bwcilmi Much Iitrletl.
London Feb. !&. A dispatch to the
Times from st Petersburg says: No
confirmation bus been received of the
news thut Dr. Xansen has discovered
the north pole and is returning to civ-
ilization. If he is returning his own
dispatches are likely to arrive before
any answer Ik available to inquiries
sent to such wild' regions devoid us
they are of telegraph or other means
of regular communication. Captain
Wiggins opines that if it is true that
Nuusen is returning he must have
abandoned his ship. This observer
regards the report regarding Nansen
as not impossible.
Ever) eilort is being made by the
Uoyai iieograpi'itni sooiety to ascer
tain if the story that Dr. Nansen has
fouud the north pole is true and in
addition the Kussfun and Swedish gov-
ernments have taken steps to find out
the facts of the case.
Wasium.io.v. Feb. 15. For Oklaho-
ma and Indian Territory Fair and
warmer; southwesterly winds.
For Missouri -Continued fair and
warm; son' h westerly winds.
For KunsHa -Pair; colder in north-
ern portiou; winds becoming north-
westerly. If idleness do not produce vice or
malevolencf. it commonly product)
melancholy. Sydny Smith.
An enterprise when fairly onco be-
gun should not be left till all that
ought is won. Shakesperc.
Footwear for the
Havinp bnuirbt 1 1n
Al (I Crctil
We are prepared to give otr eii'iomern the bet Imiymn' ever heard
of In Guthrie. Comn and sec us before yon buy ami tic convinced
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Aro (ho Itosl On liai'lli.
Illnyclea bought sold r.d exchanged lticycles sold nn install-
ments Our price and guarantee will interest yon Full line
of cycle sundries. Itepiiring of all kinds done :ind work guar-
anteed (live us a csll
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Oklahoma Ave
E. N. KNAUSS. Manager.
Oklahoma Ave. and Division
Ono Block From Hotel Royal.
Calers lo the Best Trade Only. Boat Goocl&
In Stock all the Time
liVVuiir-Olil WliisUy uiiil a lull line til' Nlaniliml ('U'm-h.
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone JNo. 95
"OSCAR HAMILTON Manager
OKLAHOMA CARRIAGE WORKS.
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make. Be sure to see sample before purchasing your ftn wheel. Matte by
Indiana Illcyele Company Indianapolis Ind.
SPENCER HARDWARE CO. AGT.
The finest equipped bar in the elty.
Wo handle only the uost Wlnea IJUmors nnd Cigars
Noxt door to the Loader oftla
105 Harjrlson Avenue.
Telophone No 8.
F P. ALLEN Proprietor.
Hen Stransi fool mid s.hnr Stool;
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1(8 West Okiahoma Ave
more of them sold In '5 than any other
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 57, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 16, 1896, newspaper, February 16, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73557/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.