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No. .00, ClllclltigO Express..
No. -11H, Ms. Ulvor Expies
No. 12a. Wny Kmlnlil
No. 401. Texas Kxprons
No -nr,, Oklahoma Express..
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I'nwngprs sliiilI procure ticket 1:
fore Rotting on the no'"
HhhxoN is not nnd novur wnsnciUr.cn
Ti-N thousand cnsli down was Meson's '
Hrt.VBiiwIll circulate nlong ' of
gold In this country an Inn as govern-
WoNm: how much of Unit 87 Mm I
that went (?) for 1mU.ll.iff Oklahoma",,
xvorld'B fair barn ll.o.. got?
Tun Dcmccrntle congric" l' V "lli '
tu work In dead earnest to prepme a ,
revised and equitable tarlif bill.
To the world's f ir coitiiulbstoners:
Wlien you kick llueson out (;lvo bim a
ticket to Kaiibas. He don't belone; in
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TiiK storm on tho Atlniillo const and
especially along tho seashore of '.be
southern states wronght t.f1lilo Iohs
of llfo nnd great di' uellon of prop
erty, Tim horse market of Guthrie Is one
of the features of the ctip!.-l city '
tlicso bpnionuig fines when tlio ,
2-fi I p.
t.'l.t t.t. nn.lt n.11 .lrtl!
il l'iai "tf iu iiinii jgii iiicii
Tins low prices and fair dealing of
(iuthrle merchants have induced thous
ands of Strip outfitters to leave the
110rther.1borderaiKlco.no to lluthrie
for their supplies.
Sijnatoii Yoi.corr, the eloquent
Coloradoau In tho souatu on thu .list
ult. mnde oue of tho giealost speeehos
dellveyed In tho present sewsloii for bi
metallism nud free coinage.
Difli'.vi cutis eonllrm the awful re
ports heretofore published of the cy
clones terrible work iiOJyrJiLOjrolUia
X'y'.U&V-ui Vuo iWAtiViirVetrc trover six
hundred and all the story is not yet
Asotiihii loso of life occurred on tho
lUulf.iColoiado A Santa 1'V on the Slat
wal.lrejglit Cfsiiv'p(itnglng through a
bringoilor, ilolleviUe, Texas, killing
the ongliiior,' .laak Bwnnson, and
kcidly iniwluf other
UnttniTPUL railroad dtaatrs are be
'' 'list . I
' utfnt occurrence Ojo4HUil
tiie CHlcttiro Umiuer. v Hi
iikBini uKh it brid; ., i.
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..v"r, 'alas, kill;n; tiitvi ii ai
wuiiuding more thnu i .. n otltera.
1 ui 1 1 riff leformers are 1 gglny i
Uio very v'ore ot the M Kiulcv i,
shoddy, and thr io inti mas us! i
ildcut in tho assuiaiue 1ii.it a l'i ,i -eratic
congrass bi i.t J by a Ne n
cralic adininihtratioii r, ill throitu tin
' illhin" beforu ho hns a chauoe in il.
mui more harm to the coiiuUy
OrKit In VaBhita comity Ki-liover.
nor Sony's pot appointors, and xvo have
ns6uranee that tbo 1ohs cons dered
them a line lot of men and thu hist in
tho west end, in the short time they
hold ofllco before they were inn out of
tho county, sudd led a debt upon th-
people or over 517.00), ud the louuty
has absolutely nothing to show fur it
v.....0 f.ZZ:...v.: :Z7,u, .. ..,.
,.,,. iiuiu 4 ..!, 1. (...:. I .1Mb I. ,..--
Jnmy colony on the oo-oporatho plan
hns been formed with he.idquai tors
at Wichita and n iliarter obta ne I
The colony is composed of dis'dpli s ol
Jlellainy, It ia proposed to locate a
townsite somewln ie in the Cherokee
strip in which n. n.ie not a disciple
xxjllbe allowed to unu a lot or do
business of am l.nd A part mint
houses are being picpaied iu sections
t be conveyed n n wagons on tin
day of the oten ng and pul together
immudtutely. All town lots and other
yropoi'ty are to be held and owned b
the colony. AU the colony will dine
at tho fiaino table, while from one
big atoro all supplies will be furn
lehtd. AlTUKall the objections to Hoke
Smith's method of opening the strip,
huJaofi U pretty well iu hand nud bus
ulFuoSt .effectually out off the man
who desires lu hog it all. Oklahoma
ot range thliifs" uotuues happen,
and this is one of them. Thu idea of n
lk'publk-nn paper iu oklahomt com
pliinuntkg or even , ea'.-ing inie
spettful terms of a Dcimci.it, i
otllniul Is so wonikuui ti.it u
may be set down na u rta a
That BUMivtary Smith is doing all in
hU power to pioU-ct the settkrs who
contemplated gom into the stup
Tub Lkaiiick Is in a i o.ition to l.n .w
is true, nnd while I lulos m ,pt. l
may oppwar ut flrat gin" to i sinn
xvhut bearehiug and oppresetv.i t..-rf
will be found to be entirely i-i the in-
L rest of ihe bona file settles and
against t" o fra.iU.
BAUDS OF SOONERS ON THE fJROUHDS.
Hip IIihiIIir shipper! Out Ve lent iy IfUIj?
Siipp'lril for llcilnr I ITo-Ia Helm;
Xlnilt In M'tnre it Until It for
preparations for Uia Cherokeo strip
opening arc progressing tlneli mi I in
i lie arrangements for its m in "genu nt
i arc becoming beitoi im Ic-sto .! tin-
Ipo pie who will h-o thoie In in.il.i-
1 hollies for llicmsolvis bitter nppic-
cHte tlio i ITurlH of tin- administration
I in llicir behalf
! Tli,. j. '.-.. X'N "' -'I'lols II - U
. ing l (I flu '
nig tin1 Hi" I' "I1
.1 .1 nit of this be-
r tl,c ten .Im v. its'
mcrcliiilils Ii.i.'i'i.' I'.i I ' ".ex pi'
I t1 i'.ope-i.'llc j
of tniiniiiMif tin. kind, know just
! Mi. .Minors i si it'" r i. coils for an ont-
Hi hii I llu- f" I people nete nre mix-
ioii to IjiiiIiI a ity, lend every aaslst-
an o to strangers, furnln.' food und
Knl?i,f for stock and make things as
)i;ns4IJt us p,,sili!p for those who .ire
to make Oklnlioina their liouu-.
Another ' '
t-'d-cre ,s ,. fa t hat "'''
trt-.,n re...,,,,, ; th,. n, thr p.. Pt
from wlii h to direct its npi-iations.
Here its pe lul ngenti tiro lot .ito.l and
tilese beinif vested with osti niidinai v
ilificrallokini'y powers cm i. tluiitf in
I tlio wny i f ne. iiuiveinciih in the
wny of r .ilali or. is h-n in "1 as o.u ly
' as possible
The people win) will -t I le t li' h' 1 1"
l,,.i-,. Im.pii . vtr.'inelv foriiinato ill Ihe
Hi'leetWm of spoi ial .iontf sent In ro by
Kllt''- i .,.,,
lllo set reii y io mannifu iiii-niiniiaui
the opening Smvcrnor Swineford, who
llrst tamo here, hurried the opening at
least two weeks in advance of .
wliat xvns e.pe.tid His siiccosm r,
iludire Woitiai k. is ouuallv ralous In i
seeing that every preparainui is made
to expedite tho work that Is lo
Kenlisliiir that it woul I bo en all V
to the interest and accommodation of
the settlers if u booth wns establish. .1
here ami also one t Aruans.is I ity.
.Indg' tVoiuai telegraphed to Wush-.
iiiglou asi; iiir pci mission to establish
booth at these places. At the same
time the judge wired the secretnry
Hint owing to the greul difference ill
opinions n to the numoer who wouhl
appear for registration, it wns iiqio's
ttiblo to state wliat numbejxof clerks
would bene ossary.-b?fiiidlp the peo
plo ixho woiiljLjQiply fir oorlifieatiH,
but the nurftber nosv delegated would
' To the 'utter message ho has re
ceived instructions to employ all addi
tional clerks neeussary to do the work
expeditiously, whatever that may be,
i,o intending settlers may bo assured
of one tiling that while It i
not corlain Hint booths will be placed
ut this pottUuu'l Arkansas! ii.v tlnnU
there is u ronsonublo probability o It,
there wll be su h a -force at the
booths as will rWntsh ca h one 'io
applie ,,r , cci nllcato hefoie the time
i i ii Men ng
c i, . ' ie slilpp .1 sterday
, .1)11 .III DVIIL ii'
I lil I i . ... IV OW.I, two to
. .iineioi o I) Ai'iU'i as Cil
tliiee o ri'.allo, two to Jlcunwa,
u i . ul.wel', w t lliggins, Tex.
u i i !lUwa'.r--l!ie 1 tor uu- lo g.
tins in iltllng, Major I'oe and Mr
L.iuieroux takinf them over. Thc
i '.i ,n . . v Uh table.. i!e I;h, ehniis
idixti linn ' that will Le uccdwl in
l.e e iui e of I'.e I w.uk. Mieli It is
uiiiliil that the i t u.bcr (f tuol'i-
w hU'h are ..i i:i !i npital t ,t, is not
siiUklent to a itiiuinodati t.i fa who
.till probably epplx ai r u. 'e.nent will
bo made to ere. '. of lumber other
buildings 'liiih. sv. who h..vo fours
the booth M-rviee w ill not "be SullKleut
1 iik Lkai.i u ili'Mi,., to stale that uven
one will he acoouimodated lor tlio foi-
u'n will be supplied aovordlng to the
n ihmi.rs ix this ffTRU'.
l"P -Mnwhl llutner. of Crescent
returned from the Osage eounlrx
e tauiit last night with n
prisoner. He drove across ..the strip
fi oin the o,;ige Xatlaa to I'on.a ami
it ports li.ix iug seen a large nutu' i :
b.ion.ers in the strip. Tht'.x -fin i I
In be i en pit nt ful. tor inj.' n w.igm
and on h i aba... 'nl m i e Icisiirolj
spt.utlliig tin .r lime lnokii lor i ornei
stonisaiiii getung geueial infoi na
tion uf the louutry At l'oujn, Mr.
llutner tun a number of soldiers, but
l hey did not seem to be working in the
direction of the sn in.-r-.
Deputy I'.itnii hit man whose in
formatioi is t . h il. e md fro n v hut in
says it so in i mi uiii mllitui . Ims a
iuty to pei form and 4t largo nuinber
wilt fa i to tot bonus on ai count ot
their e..geriK-u. tn s. the as yol for
BLANKS TOR 'IITE SI KIP.
Crutavt blanks uf iui kinds m n -s n
for homestead or tow n lot settlers in
the Cherokee str'p mil be hud at tliis
oili. e. Don't luukt-llu mistake of de
pending on some old sto k tf out-of
l.iti foMiis 'M j,ct tln'se apirocd In
the ilepailiileut nud kuown to be
I ; i J ns
1 in J.i xuni s Co-
i I:'. I .ii IS .' niiU on
., wi .ghiiHf the
. . i.t mat much
..t m u y paper have
i I m ih. pustofUce
tuth 1-it f ' ..rit st
op thr.si ending
i -t v
1 lie I isi i.,. on
inn n m nn i
i it i i it
r- u i ..i
postage As a .
v ' I l 1 1,1! if I- 1 1 1 1 1 (Ti III I nil.
l:pirtli 1 1 hi, ii
1 ho l'.p.vci th li iiiii ill. i
tiiii.ineut t the 1 irsl M I ilmri!
Frnlny ctpiiI tiif w as a ili'i idi d Si .
nml follsldenilile Ulcnt was cxhil ited
tiy those who tk part. Tha work
of this ili'int in n' "f Hie I'pw rth
loiijriK hi ill lupinir tin- laltMit of
din wnin pi-oph' i ' one to b cjnl
in.'ii'h'il nod Is appro luted by nlL
Ij.ilto a niiin'ii r wore present.
Ifl'.l.ir.l I I I Ar..li.
v.i..- ih.xliitHphln0k. nhntrnt hhifliif ItKtTlv-Mixeil I'uitit, $1.10 to 91.70 per
mill I ,s .Mio the other day nml liistl- !
, ii i it i
tuio I a -Mootintf gallery In olney
lloiftfi't's ufll o, fot out on $1,000 ball.
which was little enough at licit. Hf
made threnta to repent his violent
nro.e...llii. onlv that lui would do n!
' ..".'. ; ....;....,, I
mor.- thorough job next time and end
"K' career oi Million! lie was arrcsiea
,ll,' l,0,,n,l "vcr Under fSH bond to
I .1 I.I.. A, A.n i -11 .U
"rp nu peiiL-c, iiiiiuiiij', in mi uiu
now liftiife'Injf heavy over him. '
RUVI8BD STORY OfTHE BATTLE
Jlcntr. life (lntliriy unit A. T. Ni'lll of We, M. A. .lacolis, chief cleric of
ttllllw ilur (live Koiii.- r.ii'tn on- j the general land olllc has been
crriiliiR 1'. i detailed to take temporary charge of
15. llee llutbrsy rind A. T, Neln of I tb. arrangements and operations of
uuiiu,..!.- ... i . wr .....i im ' tho booths and local land olllces in
sllliwater were in tne city yetier lay ;" , , . . , . r ,,
...... the Cherokee outlet, assisted bv L. C.
fur n while anil mnde some additioiia Kll.kplts ,.,.0rgo AlcCorkle, Y. Von
statements and souio corro tions con-J iio .ir-l .l.imes Cole, each of whom
corning the battle with tho deipcrn-' Iim b d long experienco in the gon-
iloes. Tho boy nn I man who were " ,a,a'V,:"l",,1,Thejr wU1 leVe fr
, ,,, , , J th outu't tonight.
killed and whos names our corro 1 vxt Mliay c nusen Ucnnett,
spoiident was unable to lenru, were n i private mi n tary to Secretary Smith,
(.onofDr llrggsof IngalUftiul a inniiift'Kl T- A loinlinson, chief ot the
n.,mid Ua.kerwho runs u hotel at ("o-e; wnj ..Unij on,;,nd
lushing. 'Slamrliter Kid, ono of the j BSHt Ilt the li.H.ths and In the local
robbers, was killed As to the citi- ! land ollii -s i-st.iblishud at I'urry, Lnid,
his of Ingalls taUinvthe imrt ot the Alva mid Woodward.
,.i I.. ni .in. i ngiuiug on ineir s.oe,
Mr.tJulhrey mid that wns a grave ml.
ttKc ami it is so lo oe nopeu.
The names of the nlbUers who were
nrresteU were Al C.iso.lleorge I'uwsotl,
Nelson Murray and "Arkansas Tom"
instead of "Arkansas Jake," as stated
The lattcr's name is Tom
Ovei 100 men left Stillwater for the
bnttk gr. i.sui when the nowa loached
tiuit pi'i.n -ix nurses ami a mine
w ore killed in the fusllnde. Uhon
Miss. Yut'iii and Mill left Still'
water yestenlny morning there was
Birmu ti.lk of lynching Aikansas Tom
an 1 another b tit c was oSpe-tcil any
Tlio fourtli tVitinn of Morgan's
MiinuaA eit the printing press yetet
if.iy. The worl. is valuable to every
hoinosecker nnd settler in the Cherokee
flttip. It contains besldos other valua
ble information tlio oilli.ial pro?latiia;iinstruotion.s
tion nnd lntist forms for use iu the
Ale.vumler Campbell was appoint
!U 1 1
taty commissioner ot va-nna
yesterday by the governor,
(.' Talmage who has uer -
sanltury committee of tho
if health in Philadelphia has
issued tho following.
Physicians are requested not to t-quitnuio .Mortgago company of JMs
pliioo on any cortlflcatj "heart failure" ' s"ri. with olliees at 40 Wall street
as the cnuse of donth. but the disease capital of tho company Is S?,l '
of which the patient was Mifftving ' Tho ollloora of tho oonipahf aay this
nt-tio Is, tlio lm,i,t Yulliii-.k 'Pl.lu In.,,, . . J.
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lias never been placed on the list of
.11. 1 ....I . ...:. .. , f. , .
um-iuva iuuiiieii u mis miiini, ii ui"
i. luuiii'ii niuii on i. niauib in soiuu
other illness from xvhieh tho jiiitient
was suffering. Kurthormore. it
furnislies nn opportunity to conceal
eonUyjious diseases, :tnd thus permits
the ignoring of the rules of this
board, uitltlir Innocently or designedly.
ileroaf tor a burial permit will not be
issued on the certificate of death of
"heart failure" when unaocoinpaiilod
with tho disease from whloh the heart
the time of the
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revolution the l-ranch commander. Do
La Motte-l'iquot, met, as he left Qulb-
erou bay, two A uioricnn vessels which
suiulod him. He renln-d, neeording to
ministerial instructions, with nine
salutes of eAunoii an honor to which
the sl,ipS of the American republic
were entitled. Inc DnirlUli milium.
J "lor iiiimedintelv asked an uxplauutiou
of the 1 rench minister, De Yergennes.
Do Yorgoones replied, good-uatu. 1ly,
us if he hud hardly given the matter a
thought: "Perhaps it was an echo of
the sn,lute that you gave to a Corslcan
warship when thu king, my master,
regarded Corsica ns a rebel, as your
ruler very well knexv."
A Tattooed Mull.
Martin l'"iirerschild n fugitive froni
(k-i-iiiHll justice, has kepi tattooed Oil
liin hutlr n nwanl of liU I'lrleil iUMr
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........, .mi, vnw-iw uunii mi
iiuumno. t n wurrauv out tor nitiur-
rust describes this curious uutobiog- l
lanhv thus: On the breast. "I cannot
ihair.ro. my fate, Iss-, " on the right
foreauii, woman's head, rille, Unoe,
sword, cannon Im I tuid Whoever
lotos m list suffer, issti;" on the right
shou'der. l oss heart, anchor, elaapad
hands, aud ' I. vet-lastingly faithful;"
on left shoulder, down on a cnair,
ls7, on the left forearm, "IjOUg live
the i alibi , ' horse s heatl whip.claspetl
lui lids, -'1 rue Into lsso"
e . t. '. , ,
Setenteeu houses constructed J-
tirelv of hollow glass bricks fitru'O at
the tliuiijo exhiinl. on. where tin are
used us u 1, is workshops .m.l sto t s.
n..u.. ..i (ii... ii. !,.,
for it isdieined .id', isal.le l folio the
behe-tof hu old prov.-i b aud e how
gl.ts houses as dwellings A h r J 1 1 s
decorative effect has been obtained bV
using bricks of variegated glass, ad
hering to eaoli otliei bv means of olor
less ceiueilt. u baihliii of this undue
ill from within by eleelrieity pres.ut
inga fairy like aspect uunpprojchej
bv structures of sheet glass and Lu
Mr Fsy Se-hu That's n hr brid pup
you voKottbeio pat Put -Yl, sir u'm
erj- hls'b bred dor UU father Km o
croki betwieu oj Kyetalian groybouud and
i, Bulnt llaiuysrU.
is the Best and Cheapest Paint on the Market.
('nWhat Is it that glvoa any Paint Durability, Boauty ot Finish
unu r-rusurvativo vjuciiiiyc
PURE LINSEED OIL ONLV.
To c' erv trallun of Hamnier Pure I'repaied l'aint must bo added olio gallon
of Pure Kiw l.lnseeil Oil to reduce rlady for l'nlntiiiff.
When y on add a gallon of pure, fresh Linseed Oil to a gallon of l'aint, you
know Hint $ on will hive a ready-mixed l'aint, mado from puro Linseed Oil,
mid not one made from Liquid Adulterants. '1 hit. necessary addition of raw
Wnseofl Oil pi i os the durability of your l'aint under your own control, nud,
If PUW Oil is used, the durability is assured.
'Pkls Paint is most economical, as compared with other Koadv-Mlxed l'aint
taimifiurh us tin consumer does not pay
P" Uwsee.l Oil. one gallon "f the mixture will cover 3C0 square feet two
ooalii, on ?ouil surface,
There is no otiier Paint mnde that can offer nbsolutc proof of durnbiltty,
nt a coat ,,f i ,n per rhIIoii to tho consainer. t"l'or snie only by
p. B. LILLIE A CO. DRUG. BOOK & NEWS DEPOT. GUTHRIE
TO CONTROL STRIP WORK.
Wmlilimlou oiiuiuli U'l Tnlco clnrRo
or lliiuin nml ijinu iiiiiiii.
WasiiiniiTox, Sept 1 Som fears
Fme been entertained that because of
tlio delay In nominating the proper
land officers the opening of tlie I'hcro
kep strip might hnvo to bo
delayed. To avert this, if possl-
Their tlonnr Dirmiiluil by a Duel Ile
tirei'ii Niltoil l'roiiclinien.
1' Mils, Sept. 2. A duel with rapiers
wlift fnncrlit. vcHtorilnv In f.lin outskirts
of 1art- between" M. Diumont, editor
i of Libre Parole, and M. Cat. 'lie Drey-
ftw. M. Uroyfus received tl:i.e slight
wonnds, one lu the nrm, one in the side
nnd it third in the chest. M. Drumont
wtis not scratched. Dreyfus was not
ablu to-oontiinie, bnt asked for a fur
ther meeting to-morrow, nnd also ex
procU a xvish that pistols-be used nt
the seoond meeting. This M. Dru
uioiit agreed to without hesitation
The cause of the duel was an article
published in M. Drumont's paper
charging (hat nil Jewesses of the up
per ("lasses were wonwnof eus viitue.
-SYjfCIDE BY LAUDANUM.
.IiiiIbo Hoar of tliirliuston, Ujii., Tulcet
lilt On il I.I IV.
Ik rti.ixa-roN', Kan., Sept 2. illiam
11. 'Hear of this city committed suicide
yoaterday by taking a largo dose of
Inumuiiiin. lie lino carefully written
nnd statements nud
letters to friends and relatives. Con
tinued ill health ami financial troublos
were the causes. Daring tho past
twenty yoar Mr. Hear had bom six
times old ted and once npuoiuli ! reg-
ter of deeds und three tlnios i iceteu
rfrobnti jjrtffe-ol this, CoftVv munty.
fit leaver a wife and one oh 1.1.
,NTO RBCilvAp8' HANDS
The Jtqultabl Nortgngr Couipanj t niililt
. to Meet IU Inline. t l'liyiiiriiU,
i New Yoiik, Sopt. 2 James M.
Clifford and Charles X. Fowler, have
i been appointed receivers for tho
aeiion was taxen owing to
8trimrucv of monev and
, ,i... : m .. .1
mammy lo dispose oi i in tiles r col-
ww iuvw vsv .jh iiin.ui h it ui
National liar Assoclutlon oiHrere.
Mii.WAtniKK, Wis., Sept .' Judge
Thomas M.Cooley of Michigan, ex
t li.iirtnnn of thu interstate commerce
iiiiinisslon, was clecietl jiresident of
the Ameriean liar association to-
t.i . lli3 otlur olllcers are as
follows: Secretary. John Hinkloy of
Maryland; treasuier, Francis Unwlo
of Pennsylvania- exoeutivo eommlttoo,
,'-'- Merc.or ' 'oowiu, Itradley (..
schloy pf Wisconsin and Alfred
i llemnwny of Massachusetts. M. It.
i Nicholson is vice president for Kansas,
I , ,f r ...-: r xi i 1 r
I hihiiii . Iirun l"JI .iliBOUllll illlli j. u.
, (npn for Xobraska.
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Mim' N'oetletl In llnret I'leliU.
Akoysm, Minn.. Sept '. Farmers
, have iluiahotl harvesting and grain is
' Alio condition for threshing. A
, &rRt sciti-city of workmen prevails
uuu "mi "n" rB " "'
l(sua. II y drain.
I'rlcos were quote I ut follows; Ka 8 hir4
w'ltul RinM'tC No .1 li ird whoit. I9',IMW0
No 4 bard hi it, 47(t inu rejected hard w Best,
to Me No. ! red wheat, ',(i.X3c. No II red
wi.eat 4iltc, No. I red wheat, 403111a.
"'ohm- Was Arm Local iirloen were '4o
I lil .(her So.uuiclk oora U HOW-selllar to arrive
I I very day that the samples xppi irln - on the
I fl.ior ore not half the reoetp's. Recelpuot corn
I rif r in I. HUP I. ft AT i.m l7n 0 mlirn ..amm
i d at iWie No J uilxej, iu-,fi3)c No I
mixed. Wc: no i.rilo ,;c No white
"t Kahl. l" No i watte. e
I suppers ptfd x, i ',
( ;e HcanMs for No .' eoru and "iJc river
nml ttii awini
apu 8 f ir No .' white corn.
i; ANSA'S Ul'V I.I VIS hTOUK.
KAMAS Citv. M., s,pt fiitio-Be
! c,'il elxi. T shippoa yosterdiy
i calves, mi The m.rk.i i active
leers sad eowtron,' to lie or tftc hUher
liedersattd bulln ttronj culret steady Tuat
ktevre sad eowt. tron s to hlthi r
Dressed beef and shipping steer 3 3JQ4 S
Colorado Kteer fcilirltV) cows and heifers
H ij loxaa and Indian steers ItW-tOi
Texas aud lndiin rows f I lj 0 hlocktra
tad feeders il Baviati. tnUod l hs7
Uo. Receipts 8.UI0 hipped yeaterdsy,
..sxi Too market was active and about 10c
.liuber Prlosx ranged from II lo aU
oumu bbuoiuim in. so iniDmonie veitei
'"' ,T awket was vey dull una 8Jc lowor
i :4B Wit week-
Vl" !,,,J -xiter All.
' A promun nt lawerof liuffalo lulls
if u ooiiinioiin
he once made on be-
1 alf of a ot 1 1 im railway company with
au Lite c-iuuty farmer whose wife had
been killed at a railroad missing. A
few in mths alter the tcnible tereave
uieutthe husband, xho had sued the
uompuuy for gj.ood damages, camo
into the ottlee and accepted a com
promise of .'oo. As he stud' oil the
it ad of bills iuto his poeket ho turnotl
to the lawyer and cheerily remarked:
'Yell, dot's n t bad after all. I've
got fife hundrot tollar and good teal
better wifo as I had before"
tor Linseed Oil used at the rnto of cost
jrallon. After bcltiir thinned xvith
n i utlK liunvcn and f.ircvcr di-htnn-.!mi
ii n.ill. im r whether upon llu
ian.- fat. arms r ne.k, willn.ut ilii
ni nu ion nr Injurv to the most ii. Hi ati
ku. ItMiw for lift) Iriirs llu. Hcrri't
lirilllllil iif l:riiniiniM X IIm.iii. n.um.ul.
tJ'ilL'i i1 Iv iilijmiiaiiH as the hi;iiet author
5l .inil llie niiinl i-minent dcrmitnlouist
anil hair sjienalist Hiat eer liinl. Durmii
ins jirirau. (irainci' ui a uie-iiiiir amoiif
i lie nutiltfl) ami arntiicrai of KurnH lit
liresintieil tin reiliie. I'rli , Kt h mail
ecureM packeil. . orrenKiiu1ein.c cniill
lential. hole a, ems for Ameriia. Ail
The Skookum Root Hair Grower Co.
Dent. H.. 57 South fifth Axe.. New York
Jti ii 7Tjn;mmxaa.
Tliey Minle a
Its l'rejr and
Early oue morning I wns called to
the window by a great noise among
the bird people of tho garden, and saw
tiie following scene:
A youug blackbird was standing,
fascinated by a cat, who was crouched
under a bush, ready to spring on him.
An old blackbird, on an ilex close by,
was uttering loud and agitated cries,
and there xvas u general cackle of
anger and sympathy from other birds
After a few seconds the cat sprang
on the young bird, and held It down.
At that instant Uio old bird camo
down on them. There "was a moment's
struggle, tho bird beating her wings
violently in the cat's face, and, I
think, pecking nt her eyes; then the
eat jumped back to her bush, tho
young bird mado off with long hops
nnd the old one ilew up to tho ilex
amid a jubilant chorus of commenda
tion which lusted several mitjutos.
I never saw this before although I
have soon a robin come right closo to a
cat stalking another bird, and scold
and ilap his wings In her face.
Tho ways of birds arc delightful,
aiitl In a small garden you can hae
many by keeping enrthenwnre saucers
full of water for them to bathe in.
THE HORSE LIKED CANDY, TOO
IIo Hint Quito li Cute XVny or CatchlUK OH
I XVhttt He Wanted. ,
Sitting ih" other eveniug on a pile
of lumber ,rj front of a builJintf in
course of o, instruction, in bixUi avenue.
New York, wi, t well-dressed young
-Mti, wearing the broad-brlmmad
straw hat of the perio.) He seemed to
be foud of sveets, for lie hold in his
left hand a paper bag of candy, from
which he was leisurely eating.
The oung man sat facing the side
walk. Standing back of him, in tho
street, wm a big bay horse, hitched to
a .b. lie was a pretty good-looking
hoise and viry intelligent, and ho
seemed to have a sweet tooth, too. IIo
looked the young man over, nnd came
! apparently to n satisfactory concltt-
I sion, and then he put his noso gently
down over thu youn" man's right
v1 ju.uer and touc
touched his rk'ht hand
"1 much ns to say:
"My, "'iend, am I in it or am I not?"
The young man, being a manly sort
of a young man, xvas pleased with tills
attention on the part of tlio horse and
ho took out of tho bag n tolornbly
good-sized chunk of candy, wiiiuh ho
hold in tho palm of his right hand.
Tlio horso milled his dollcato upper
lip over this lump of candy, winking
soberly meanwhile nt the young man,
nnd then ho took it between his teotli
and ate it with en joy men t.
THE CRAFTY NORMAN.
How n runner Turned tlio Tablet on
ly way of illustration of tho pro
verblnl craftiness of tho Xorman peas
antry, nn amusing story is related.
which, it not iu strict accordance with
fact, has nt least Hie merit of origin-
A cortuin bakor, in business in a
small town, obtained his supply of
butter from a farmer iu tho neighbor
hood. One tine day he discovered that
tho pats, which wero supposed to
wolgh three pounds each, wero not up
to the standard, and furthor examina
tion revealed a steady diminution in
the daily provision. At lust the baker
lodged a formal complaint against tho
farmer, und the affair was brought be
fore the local court "Have you uny
scales?" inquired the magistrate.
"Yes, monsieur le jugo," was tho ready
reply "Ana have you any xvelghts?" i
continued tho judge. An answer this j
time iu tho negative xvas as promptly t
given. "Hut how do you manage to
weigh your butter?" asked Uio magis
Then the f armor related that ov
since the bakor had taken his butter
he hnd iiitnrned thu comnliment bv
buying his bread. Tho baker mid -
plied him xvith three-pound loavt
und he used thorn as xvelghts for his
""J """ ...v.... .... ".(,. .. ...a
lor. "It is his fault, not mine, if
weight is not correct." added the
ner, xvho xvas speedily ucqulttod
and loft the court iu triumph xvith un
escort of friends nnd admirers. Since
this trial tho farmer is said to hnvo
been supplied xvith more than his dnu
prorisiou of bread, but he has taken
good care not to fall into the opposite
error, and the bakor has now his
three-pound pats of butter full
weight, but not uu ounce more.
For Salo Clionp.
A lady's side saddle. Inquire of S,
II. llraiiley, cdrner Ash street and
Auction at E. T. l'utton & tu's.
their td in this paper.
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The Prices will lie:
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D--Certificate that must be held by party
desiring to enter'lands.
E Declaration for entering; tow lots.
F Certificate for entering; town lots.
Affidavit at Land Office.
J. V. McXLAL, I'iikbiiiknt. A. W. L ITT LB, VifK-l'KKHiriKST
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
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oi nil i
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addition to Unnk Ofllccrs:
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