Guthrie Daily News. (Guthrie, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 1301, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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(iUTHKlK NEWS: GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA ikkttlTOKV, < >("!'< >BK1 ... IS'JJ,
Highest of all in lyavtftirtjr Power —Late*t U S. Gov t Report.
Knjoiued from Removing Building*
From fhe Government Arret! Perry.
' fJl'THKlK LODQB SO. 8 i. 0. O. V.
I * meet* every Monday evening at the
Waite hall on Harrison avenue. Visiting broth-
i er§ invited to attend. M „
JOHN HOOAN, N. G.
('has. Metz, Sec'f.
.Iiul«« l> le (>r«Qt* an luiunction
Alumni UemOT l to Ally, Wiaby
It wan Served veMeril ,r
I In* llpeiMil
The New Comer* Are llailly l.flll «
Nolmdy Chd Vote Unless lie is
Mix Month* in 111" Terri-
tory A Gnthris
j A situation sis bookkeeper or aeeOUIlt-
I ant, by one fully competent. ArtdrenH
M. M . lock box li'iU, pOHlOfllct1.
Shiloh'* Cure, the Ureal Cough and
Croup Cure, la for sale by u*. Pocket
size contains twenty-live donee, only W>o,
Children lovell. F. H. Llllle & Co. (3)
' HF, |M«.|.te l IVrry are jimt U-gln-
niiif. to ftml ont thut a ('(tulldeiit'O
irniue litis been played on them hy
u lot of (Iklulioiiiu liarper . Kveryl'ody
•lEned II potltion lo ihe (Jovernor inking
him to dec lare Perry n elty of the Hint
i la , lint now when the proclamation is
Indued and ti 11 eleetlon has been ordered,
Ihe I'itllens Klid that noliody oan vole
■ II held Iiflli e who lull not been u resident
nt Oklahoma for nix months. Three-
fourths of the property owners and resi-
dent of IVrry ure from other mates,
unil ti I her fourth, who are from Ok-
lahoma!, will eleet officers from their own
crowd anil run things to suit themselves.
\ cert din gii'ig nf old-time ttldahoimi
schemers are alining t eaplure Ihe
unices, and ir they do they will
die new elty in debt ♦100,0(10 H
another eleetion can !«• held.
It's II tonsil state of tilings, bill how
are the lenderfeet going to help them-
selves? If they ean'l vote tliev ean
throw up their luits for Ihe men who are
elected tn represent them anil, in this
age Iif schemes, that's no menu privilege.
As Merry is al preseut run by fiiithrie
men it is likely Hint she will lie what we
■aid lii- would lie immediately after Ihe
opening n llrst-i-lass annex iif liiilhrie.
That Jot rill Iff llni
wilh the exhiliraling sense of renewed
health and strength and internal clean-
liness, which follows lie' use of Syrup of
Figs, is unknown to the few who have
not progressed beyoi.il the old lime
medicines ami the cheap substitutes
sometime, offered, bill never in cepted,
by Ihe well Informed.
IIpI wemi lli. K.v s.
HiinU Blodgctt, a small sized spurt,
hit a man named Cornwall a swipe be-
tween Ihe eyes, yesterday aft-iruoon, in
Ihe alley in the rear of Stroebel's
saloon, and knocked him nearly sense
less. II appears the man unhitched n
horse tied to post there for the purpose
of passing through, and Blodgett took
I hat means of paying him for his
trouble. The hone belonged to lllod-
To gain slreuglli Hood's Siirsupttrilla
Kor steady nerves- llood'sSiirsiiparilla
For pure blood Ilood's Saraapurllhi.
A. II. I'.
Aslhiiiii, broiuhlllH and consiimplion
result from a neglected cough or cold.
Don't neglect bin cure promptly with a
few doses ot neggs Cherry f'ougli Syrup.
Sold by I.illle \ I'll., Ileitfro h Co., A f\
Hlxiin, McNulty ami .1 N. Wallnee.
.Shiloh,s Vitallzer is w hat you nceil for
Dyapepala, Torpid liver, yello skin or
kiiluey trouble. II is guaranteed to give
you satisfaction. I'riee 75c. Sold by F.
Ji. I.l)lle It Co. (")
OVKKNOit HKN'FflOVV, under the
legal advice of the attorney gea-
eral last Saturday ordered Sheriff
Scruggs lo move all occupants and their
buildings from Hi. government sipiur.
ill ferry. Scruggs ia,ued a proclamation
in ao.-.ordance, that lie would moveevery
foody at 4 p. m. yesterday. Lasl night,
representing Iwenly-two clients. At-
torney Joseph Wisby went before Judjo-
Dale and gol an Injuntlon against re-
moval. It wa> served anil Ur
Wijby wciil to I'erry to see that
It was obeyed. The grounds at the peti-
tion were that the title is still lu the
goyeiiiiuent and that the governor lias
no authority over the occupancy of
A'lTORNKY AT LAW.
Iiefore all the
nu«1 the lT. s
eourts in the
Tlia tnii) Bill.
4 not the one that worries us but the
doctor's liHI. Keep n supply of Beggs
family medicines on hand and reduce
your doclor's bills 9.1 per cent. Sold by
Llllle A Co.. Uonfro .V Co.. A. C. Dixon,
McNullv and .1. N. Wallace.
r Thread* Awom theHold,*
Are a sitrn that your hair needs invig-
orating. Beggs' Hair Keiiewer promotes
ti healthy growth of hair, prevents its
tailing out or turning gray. Solil and
guaranteed by fiilllc & Co., lien fro & ( o,,
A. C. Ilixon, MeNulty and .1. N. Wallace
I*> « Hrjnrood.
This ioinpaiiy played to a large honsi
ul H< e<l's last night, and the principal
-tar urn i nt a i net I his imputation, that ex
teuds from the Atlantic to tile l'aeilli
a llrst-class, original actor, lie is the
show all in himself, but well sustained
by some strong players, who togetlie
constitute a very happy combination «
pure fun. The play has a good plot, and
this gives I Icy wood all the more chance
There are two doubles iu which Hey
wood reveals bis talent* as an antipodal
actor lie counterfeits the old maid par
of Hulda, in a blushing, sylph-like cren
lure with melting eyes, and alio double
the part of the terror of the haylofts, the
king ot the tramp*. His songs and
dancing are not overdone. The villain
ot ihe piny, the troops of Sunday school
children and the minor parts are w<
sustained.—Salem (Ore.) Journal
At McKetinon opera house Monday
October!!. Seats on sale at Wallace &
The Mottrrn Beaut)
Thri\ s on good food and sunshine, with
plenty of exercise in the o|ien air. II
(••I in jib w- w ith health and her lai
blootus with it* lieanty. Ifhersyst
needs the chaining action of a luxati
remedy, she uses the gentle and pie
Ihptid laxative Syrup of Figs.
The Opera Hnitae.
Allm Haywood in "Kdgewood Folk
.Monday night, next, will be the great
est treat yet brought to Unthrie
Everyoue should see him The opera
house will be crowded.
the World'* Fair
Are those who use Beggs' Blood Pti
tier. It purifies the blood, maki
skin clear and the complexion beautiful
Try a bottle ami not" its wonderful
fects. Sol 1 ami guaranteed by Lillie
Co,, J. N. Wallace, A. c. Ilixon, Ketifro
Tht Marked Success
of Scott's Emulsion in consump-
tion, scrofula and other forms of
hereditary disease is due to its
powerful food properties
rapidly creates healthy flesli
proper weight. Hereditary
taints develop only when
svstem becomes weakened.
lio lo the I'nlacc Burlier Shop for
lo the Ladle*.
Mrs. Briggs \ Benight wish to an-
nouiicc their opening of full and winter
l inen for October '1, 4 and •'•. A
ordinl in v it it 1 ion is exleinled lo all
OUT OF THE ORDINARY.
A tombstone in a cemetery near a
small Vermont town bears the inscrip-
tion: ' Sacred to the memory of three
In less than in hour after he had
been grunted u divorce, .lumes K. 1.ay-
ton, of tioshen, Ind., was married to
A massive silver bracelet of Indian
orkmanshipand much valued was re-
ently found on the collection plate of
Congregational church in the Scotch
The will of .lane Nevins, who died at
Yonkers, was in dispute before the
surrogate of Westchester county, N.
The coffin plate was produced, and
its date showed that the woman had
died five days before the will was
A. W. Glover, of Windsor Locks,
Wis., claims to have discovered in the
foundations of ail old foundry a stone
covered with hieroglyphics, supposed
to be of Indian origin, though no one
versed in Indian lore can decipher
A LITTLE colored boy was sunning
himself on the l>anks of a stream at
Maeclenny, Fla., when lie saw an alli-
gator hastily approaching. The lad
fled and took refuge in a tree, where
he was held a prisoner three hours, the
reptile occasionally looking up and
snapping his jaws at him.
The purgatory of the Islamites is
called Al Aral, and it is supposed to be
half way between hell and paradise.
Mohammed is believed by the whole
sect of Islam to be the only person who
has ever gone t«> paradise without be-
ing forced to go through a preparatory
course at Al Araf.
Nothing in the world
of medicine has been
so successful in dis-
eases that are most
menacing to life. Phy-
Pr#p*r«d by Scott k Bowb*. 3. V AHd'ufl'"'
J. W. MILLER,
Attorney at Law.
i)fHee ill Times lliiihiing, HWi North Sec-
11 E. HAVENS,
UEO. 1>. OltNEK.
HAVENS & ORNER
Attorneys at Law,
Cor. Harrison and SM st., Outline,
. X. L. Knives, ACT3SS!
;*\mumtion(fi$hir)9 tackles |
AND SPORTSMEN'S GOODS.
FlN: REPAIRING a SPECIALTY- Guthrie, Okln.
EA6LE DRUG STORE
Drugs, Druggists' Sundries, Paints, Oils, Glass
and Everything in the Drug Line. Wall Paper
at actual cost and Not 75 Per Cent Profit.
Call and see me.
A. C. HIXON. Prop.
Cor. Oklahoma Av. and Fifth St.
Kooma 5 and ft.Oathrio National Hank hnil
A. O. C. HiR'tr.n. J mo. II. rorraiAL.
BIERER & COTTERAL,
ATTORNEYS -AT- LAW
Ix'irilillutlr Iiusiiicss licfor* all Ihe
wiurts of the territory ami the 1'. S. land
office will receive our prompt attention.
Collections nnd mercantile law n special-
Muiilels. 1'iiri'h I'usts
iei«, [IiiIiisIiis, .Spindles, N
I'nsls, Slalr Hailing. Cm m i and llnse Blocks, Sash, Doors and Itlinils.
C H. GRISWALD, Proprietor
ALEX JOHNSON, Manager.
VVISI1Y ti IIOltNOlt,
mTHiim, OKI. A.
llooius KI-^5 over I 'apitol National Bank
T. H. SOWARD,
Over 105 Harrison avenue.
How An Yoii Fixed
in the way of
Look through your Stitinnery and e«
what you nosd and semi yonr ord.r tn 1IIK
Lei I s fix I
PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC
Oklahoma At. anil First St. UffdtltBCf, Sec-
ond St. anil Noble At.
L.H. BUXTON, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon-
Office—Rooms .11 nnd 33, over Capito
Uesidenee—Lnlversity Iniiltliiijr, Harri-
COFFF.K LIKR VOUR MOTHER MADH
Si^ort - - Me^taurant.-
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
WK.ST HIDKof St'.CONK STUI I'.T. Ol'I'tlSITK COVKItNMKNT ACKK..
s. —— ■
Vou can often increase youf husiaeni by
methods of this kind. 1? yon w# undecided
Js to just what yon w.nt ™}1 nd THE
NEWS anil furnish ■ man to bgp yoB B"t up
what you want.
Arelilteel anil Superintendent, llfllee: llurri-
.011 A,enne. 115, Room s, liiillirle, Okln.
Tim new city maps for suli-,lilne lu inls
or lithographs, tux~0 inches. 1'lnns, ile-
Inils, spocilliiBtisns nnd estimations a
specially; !iT years experience in nil kinds
of hulldinir. Kstulilisheil in lint line since
THE CAFE RESTAURANT
open DAV AND NIOHT.
The best dinner in town from 12 to 3 o'clock. Fresh Fisli anil Oys
tors Daily l y Express. Retail for family u u.
12<I door north of Harrison on Second.
Wallv One;, Prop.
THE ENGLISH KITCIIFJN
C. F.SMITH, Proprietor.
First-Class House, Centrally Located.
Oklahoma Ketween l iisl anil Second Kast.
KATES - - S1.2B PKH DAY
The Creat Special Sale
now going on at the
Who are for the first timo to
undergo woman's severest trial
A remeily which, if used as directed a few
weeks before confinement, robs it if its
PAIN, HORROR AM) RISK TO LIFE
of both mother and child, an thousand* who
base u>cd U testify.
'• I r-i-'l t\N<> l>- HIn "I Ml I III KS FmiHD Hith
marvelous lesu ts. and wish tvery woman
wlinlii ' i i-a . lii'oujtli the ordeal of child birth t<
know if fury v 11 Motiiik, 1-KiENlifor a lew
*eek-. :t v.ill rob iiiiu-ment of htm andsit/FerJiig,
iiui fns/tr i life t>f mother mud ch\
1,1 us. sam 11 milton, Montgomery City, Mo.
8*nt bv c xr r «s charges j re-aid. on receipt of
wic^, 11.0'p ri >> tie ^okl by all druggists, look
To Motl*rs mailed free. . , _
Ukadhei u Keculator Co , Atlanta, Ga.
known by their work.
The Slautfhter family of Texas are
bald to he the most extensive landown-
ers in America, their combined hold-
ing's amounting' to half a million acres.
Hiram Camp, of New Haven, who
died recently, made more clocks than
any other man in America. He was a
philanthropist, a wealthy man and
founder of th<* New Haven ( lock com-
Horace M. Haynes, of Charlotte,
Me., who is now seventy-three years of
age, was the driver of the barouche
drawn by eight black horses which
conveyed President Tyler from Boston
to the great Bunker Hill celebration on
.Tune 17, 184fl.
Harvey Alree, of Lena, 111., is, in
point of continuous service, the oldest
constable in the United States, having
been elected in 1884. He lias been re-
elected twenty-two times without op
position. He is now seventy-one years
old and still active
•Katti.esnake Pete," who was oue
of the competitors in the recent cow
boy mce. has a suit of clothes that is
made « f one hundred and twenty-five
Miake skins, which took liim nearly
four years to gather. The buttons of
his coat are rattlesnake heads mounted
LOVERS OF THE WHEEL.
A oNE-i.EooKP bicylist rode all the
way on his wheel from San Francisco
to Chicago. His name is F. S. lleedle-
Eleven blind men lately rode in
company on bicycles from London to
Birmingham, a distance of one hun-
The winner in the military ride be-
tween Vienna and Berlin last fall cov-
ered the distance in seventy-one hours
and f6rty minutes. Fischer, who won
the bicycle race over the same road,
took thirty-one hours to accomplish
the task. The regular express trains
make the trip in sixteen hours.
Miss Dudley, an English bicyclist,
holds the record for long-distance rid-
ing by women. She made the distance
of one hundred miles, between Hitchin
and Lincoln, in little more than seven
hours, or at an average speed of nearly
fourteen miles an hour. This, too, in
regulation petticoats, and not the new
style of wheeling trousers.—Wgfdiing-
you will waul
Ii 'eilding Invitations,
II 'edding Cards
I'on can have them
printed or engraved,
( heap or costly,to suit.
IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN,
It will be shirking your duty i
Jive an Entertainment
mul let u« fnrniwli vou
Boiiiii Your Husiness
and send us an order for.
Our Stock of Blanks
In fact, anything wanted
I I >01
every day I his wet
visit our store
i Mi iN'DAV > mul tin
worth sr. ••♦•nt-
• balance of I lie w<
Th *v will go at
t'K, l,m < Curtains, :t yards long, taper and scalloped, niee desigm
K.xtra Fino Nottingham Lace i iirlains, 4 \iird* long. Inpor. and scalloped nil around, \trn wide, cheap at MJ,
yard* long. Ilruwls effect, cream or while, This ip a special
Men s high art Tailor-Made Suits, in llnest imported fabrics, nil size?
shapes and styles. ^ Mir suits ai
(Ireat drives in shoes for Ladies and ( ent*
School shoes a ■
i*ialt>. t he largest stock in the city: also for iufauts
For extraordinary bargains go to the popular
Anythiug that |can be done with type
can doandldoit ae yonlwantlit.
Watch This Space Next Wednesday.
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