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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, A political turncoat.
yullllfiWWHI TWIHI I 1 T T1
AlloRNKV AT I. AW.
Room--''onmr II irrlwn ami Socond
street, l'rnctlco In nil courts.
OlNHRAf. AND I.ANI1 ATI'OUNKV.
Twelve Yar IJtpirietidc. Sitlafactlon
Gu.i ran bawl. Prompt runt lit-
Kr fori-nee I fiananil burnt Ofilcei, Okla
p S. JONES k SON,
Attornkvs at Law,
West of Capital National Hank llulldliiR.
Jose jili Wlitij. C. ;. Humor.
yiSBY & IIOKNOR,
Ksoma IMS, Over Capitol National llanU.
ATTORNr.Y AT LAW,
Office ofer "Ilee HWe" Clothiers.
Attorney at Law,
KaTOfficc in Leader Huiltling.
-J( l). TODD,
Attorney at Law,
Half block wct of U. S. land ofllco.
LOWE Sz HOUSTON,
Atiokncys at Law,
Q S. CUNNINGHAM,
ArroiiNEY at Law,
J-JARrER S. CUNNINGHAM,
Attorney at Law,
114 North First St., Guthrie, Ok.
yyM. d. smith & co.,
Attorneys ai Law,
Parry. - - Olclaliomn.
W1 havn associated with 1110 In till land
I'lfi'o, S. I). Decker of liiitlirlw.
A DEMOCRAT FOR REVENUE
WHO POSU9 AS SIMON I'URU.
Okfick l'lrt Kt. anil
UitfliiiKNCi: Second St.
nnil Noble Avo.
)R. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon,
McKlHInney'H Uruff Storo Second St
JXIIKALTH AXD DISHASII
E.S. Donnelly, Druggist
110 OKLAHOMA AVB., Uuthhik, O. T.
Heirs to acquaint tho inliabltunts of
(iuthrio uud district that he has just
completed arrangements whereby he
has secured the exclusive right for the
eale of tho celebrated
SPECTACLES Ai EYEGLASSES
to suit all defects of vision and at
prices to emit all purser
The eyes carefully tested free of
liurgo uud correct leuscs accurately I
FOR A GOOD
Temple, tin) Trultur, W011I1I l' rielrito
llliiinrir on II111 ,ti!iiilnlalrullmi for
ritron:iB A iperlinrn of III
1'ItOM THh NEWS, JUNH 17, HO?.
The Way to Win. Democrats arc
pretending to find coitraRe anil hopo In
the theory that tho Republican party
Is going to prove itself weak in the
campaign and at the polls by reason
of disappointments and diversions. To
hear them talk n foolish person might
supposo that tho Democracy was in a
condition of blissful harmony,to which
the heavenly choirs can make only 11
feeblo and quavering approach; that
its leaders wore already disenthralled
of every ambition savo onty to promote
the triumph of pure goodness, and
that the universe was about to behold
thu sweet and solemn advent of the
millennium under Democratic UtIS
piee We cannot admit, oven for tho sake
of argument, that this is really the
present state ofour friends, thecuomy,
or benrs any resemblance to any con
ceivable future state of their. In
point of fact they aro much distressed
and haruFc.oi! by thuir own prospects,
rcall.ing that to get a leader th'-y will
probably be forced to choose between
two implacable foes, one of whom is
attended by a squad of ponderous
blunder-bushes and the other by a
company of agile razor-bearers.
(Dally News October it, IS'.),'.)
Ill this Isiue of the News will be found
tin' announcement of Judge (I. X. IVr
kins us a ciudlditlit for the lexHIiiture
from theTweiity-llfthdlidilct. Thujudgo
is a colored gentleman, and IhnXowsdo
sires to go on record so fur as lie Is con
cerned. Wo are for him first, laH and all
tho time. Vote for him, black and while
Itepuh. leans. Vole early and n K often as
youenn. He will stand like a Hercules
for the principles that Lincoln and Sew -aid
advocated. Judge I'eiKIn is a tpl
cal Afio-Aniei lean. Nominate I'eiUus
uud success w III crow 11 the elforts of llio'-e
who aie struggling fur advancement.
Tillle with these bluck-skluueil blethers
no longer. tfMhcnraucu censes to ho a
virtue w hen you liwi t)P school house
door. I'M ucat Ion Is Jiut Hhtj I V coloied
race aie seeking fur, ThU Hm1 must
IniVD this Is Just what Mich men as
Jiwjge Pciklus Itilend they shall have.
Meet Judge l'erklus ns a legislator and
then thU lomsjKipcr will hutuld to the
world that you Iiopubllcans aie sluccin.
The following editonul from Tom-
pie's eirort of March 30, mUS, ull II-
iustriites his record as a democrat and
show conclusively his claims for pat
ronage at the hands of tho party.
Some of the lllly-u kites and democrats
tiro urging voteis to not elect nogioes to
olllee. One particular itumiii moie
weighty than nil) other that N brought to
bear Is, that wo already haven large ne
gro population, and to select negroes
would encourage them to come here In
This may lie so, and we do not deny It,
but they are cltliens and fellow icptthll-
i, jd eery lo)al leimhlicau will ote
HieMralgM f'Jet, uegioes and all.
Further, (Jut h'-'til'lM aie a desirable
poitlon of our population, mill we ought
to encoiiragn them to come mid t-ettle
among us. Ifthcictiio any while trash
w ho do not like these .sentiments, let such
The negiiMus nie icpiihllcuus almost to a
man. Man of them are among our most
entei llslng and useful cltl.eus, and the
mure of them we hao the belter for the
party utnl ;lt .
If democrat uud "lllly-whlto" leptibli
run don't like It, lei nwli Hmvoout.
And In the sumo Uhiio appeared this
another sample of his nomocracy:
cosh: tii' to mi: hack.
If there Is a Republican In this city who
cannot, conscientiously, walk to the polls
ou election day and Note the straight,
iiiuululteiiiU'd, Republican ticket for eltj
ollicers, then wo nant his name, from
whence ho came, hU aiitiyncdeuts; In fact,
his pedigree. Jf there Uu Republican hi
this town who will Mite for 11 jhiu,nciiit,
we want to know him; w 1 have 11 cliioino
for him, and it is an eeu Ixit that the
scoundrel never "shot to kill." He must
have been a coinmUsailat, adrher of a
11111I0 U'ltm, or asKtydajs' soldier for
whut tlieio uasln it.
Come, mc'iij eomo, sohllei's; come, ne- 1
groes; let us elect limn wJsUmmI shoulder
toshoulder during the uiiT afaJus iliee
devils whoepdeaNOird to lireak up the
grandest galaxj of suites, or prliiclpiili-
ties, that eer combined together for ad
Nauceiiient. These negro-hater, like wolves, conceal
thcniM'Jwu) until election day is near. '
Tlienthe use Jib" tue collectisl fiom
the common hhiU Ui further their Intel-
ests. Watch tluiin. They are fraud
11m Inquiry 'tulu llio lUIIInc or .1.
Illll In l'rv,grti nt ArkniiiJi ntjr,
Aiikanrah CiTf, Kan , Oct S. The
luvwHgalinu of the murder of John
II Hill 1y i soldier of the l!nttd
Ntaten army 1111 September lu.il still
In progriMs In this elty under
the direction of Colonel Kdward AI
llcyl, assisted by Captain Luc. All
the testimony taken so far Indicates
that Illll wns shot down without
provocation. Yesterday I.loiitennnt
Caldwell, who litis charge of the troops
stationed south of here during the
or eiiing, arrived In the elty from Fort
Itilry to conduct the defense.
The lleutenuiit in his testimony
stated ho had orders to shoot any
man who broke over the lino be
fore time and whoeouhl not be slopped
in tinv other ny Howovor, ho wtr
also Instructed to let tho crowd go
and all made a Ireak at one time be
foie the hour 111 rived for tho opening.
Tin-lieulenaitt also dUphiycd his or
ders for permitting the people to make
Hie inn for claims from the 100-foot
re-.ervo at tlio south line of tho Chi
A great deal of litigation has 11I
leady been commenced because the
people started from tins nint fully
a.DOil people made the run from the
south line of Hie reset vtition and every
one scoured a tlaim. Since men have
gone from the f-lale line and jumped
every claim 01 tho ground that the
("hilocco tai lets are sooiiers. this will
make "1,000 iinnei e.sarv contests and
the lawyers are leaping 11 ricli harvest
11m I'mipln lUiipiolitldl lit I,eof
lull New 1 I'ioid WHSliliielim,
llovoi.iM.il, Sept S'i(Ily uteamor
to Stin I'Vanclsco, Oct ft ) 4iong
events happening lately was a gran
ball given by the citizens t)f louoluli)
to ofllcem of the J nitui Stutos steam
er lioslou and t siriei)der of eleven
lepers to the island (Cauia.
News which tile people hero expect
ed fiom tho I'tuted Mate legarding
uiineMitioti has not arrived, nnd thiUM)
Is a feeling of dlsap mlninieiii I'mm
private Intel viows Id with nienihcis
of the provincial govornuient, it s
clear that a determination hns been
reached in the cabinet council to car
ry out the original terms of the proc
lamation (if last January, which de
manded without ennipioiuiso annexa
tion lo the United States.
I he SI.
M.llilt II l 10 In I.
Sr l,oi'i,Mo ,Ou. ff. Tho I'.in Amer
ican liimetnllle lonveiillon yev onlay
.ifternoon adopleil .1 lengthy platform,
Thu lesolulioiis detlnre the unaltera
ble opposition of tlieconv ntiun to the
iiucondilionnl lepenl of the Sherui.ui
iei and demand the fiee and unlloilleil
cohi-tgc gf .silvei at the t.itiuof Hi to 1
'I lm I.i'u: ,ty lilmisirn.
Mkvico, Mo , Oct f. -Tlu'i jijry in
the Lewis minder case was un ildo to
agiee and was discharged after being
out all night and all day. The jury
Kood seven for convict inn and IWe for
iiuqijiMJ- hew is, who killed his
awcchcat'i father, illliim lirowii,
will be leleased, till ne.t term of
com t. on SII.OOO ball Tlie ease was
sliibbotnly contested. Miss Oniu
JJrown, the principal witness, was
kept on (he stand half the night Mon
day 11 m) nearly all day Tuesday. Al-
iliougu miner a gietil inuniijl s(.raln
(die (r.iyu her tesliiiiouy In a !,lragl)t
forwnrd inaniicr. and til no time dur
ing the e.Miiiilnulluii did she beoomu
lnini.W lirui .liri'icc
Toi'i:u v. K.111 , Oct fi Mai tin Moh
ler, secretary of l he state board of tig
riciillure, gives it as his opinion that
Hie anetige of wheal in Kansas this
full will not be as large as it was last
.ill. on account of the inability of
'liny JYstein Kansas fnrmeis lo se
filiti sj.ci. 'J he high prkv oT Ims
IhU sciisi.ii, J); Moljler Hunks, wi.l
ih,o be an iiiditcpmeiil or furtticis I,
devote mo e time to the cultivation qf
com net je.11 than they did the
Kansas Ci iv. Mo, Oct ' I'allas
Athene madd her seventh tilumpliil
enti v into KiiiiMis t ity last iiilit u ith
t rf 'K,1'1"1 r tMnt. .wo IIoiiIh that
UI pioi)i(oi- ifntl ollect piobably mr
pasBil iigy pjevios paiade of the
Priests of Hallaij 'lc Uoats were
very hanilhomely eouMni, tod iim Un
islieil witli eceplioii:il ikuiies, wljilo
the tabletiu weie well ai ranged ond
NEWS N OThS.
The McCtirahan bill, which has
Ivojj before congiess in some, form
dining the last llnrtv years, hnsUynin
been iepuied to the Jiuuc
Delegate I'lynn of Olilshamn liifs in
trodueed a joint lesolntion allow In'ar
all citizens who have been residents
on the ( heiokee outlet twenty davs
pi 101 tiiOilobei -'I to. vole for all
olllceis and Hiriit-i Ives Iiold ollice.
School will open September 27, 1S93, mnlcr the direction of
REV. JOEL F. SMITH, A. B., S. T. B.
Miss Boswurtli has Accepted a Position in tlie University.
Competent Professors and Teachers will be employed and
thorough work will be done in all departments.
Parties di'sirinp to patronize a first-class school will do
well to correspond with the President for rates. Students
can secure rooms in the building.
BEFORE GOING TO THE STRIP
- - Till.
Socond-Hand Furniture Dealer.
What Is the condition of yours? Is your Iialr dry, ,
harsh, brittle? Docs It split at the cud.s? lias It a
lifeless appearance? Docs It fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is It full of dandruff? .Does your scalp Itch ? .
Is It dry or In a heated condition ? If these arc some of
i oursymptomsbe warned In time oryou will become bald. J,
Skoolmm Root Hair Grower j
hnhatrout J Itiprojuetlonljnotnwldent.tmtthoiwiiltcf kImiMAo
irsMn It. KnnwIpdKe ot tbn dUfMes of llir hair sr.U scnlp lrd Ui tho dlicor. "
Jry of h..T to irSttKm. -Rkookum "contalus npllher mrneryli nor oiu. It
Unot.iDro,Luin(lcllghlfultycoollnjand rcfrMhlng Tonlp. lly attmulatln
tho follKlos, i( ttoia falling hair, curcJ dandruff and grow hair on bald JV
"fiT" Keep the scalp claan. tic althy, tnd f rco from Irritating empUoni. tiy V
thPU.e of louhtmMn Ixxip. It UeaUo 1 jxJraiiHo imtcll, which Jtt d vn iC
an lr'rj"Mlr'iiKt'"ttannot8urplrToavn(l direct tons, and we wilt forward J
nni.1. n iir.iit of i rice, orliwtr. ..W per bottle fur MJa Boap, 60c.
THE SKOOKUri ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., fc
37 Soutii l'iflli Avenue, ovr orli, N. .
rw r 11
EVANS & THOMPSON,
TWO DOORs KOHT1I OK HiniARDSON'S BANK
Tor Hardware. Hlnsswarc, Stoves, Household (Joods of every descrip
tion, and stive yourself money. Terms of I'ayment made easy. You
can save a dollar by trading at my place, corner Hu.-rison und Division.
.1. V. McXI:aL, rnr.siiinsT.
A. W. MTTM3, Vick-J'ukmiiiixt
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
A.J. SKA V,
Of the Strippers will soon return. If you would avoid the rush
come now and get choice selection from the largest furniture and carpet
emporium in the territory.
SPECIAL UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.
A. J. SPRNQEL.
llonidof Dutvtiii i,i c.iijliim to liauk ()l,.ers:
1I0UACH Sl'HKI), HOHT. MAHTIX, IIK.VRV LINK
W. J. HORSFALL, Cashier.
K. C. Cash Grocery.
NEW STOCK OF
8, Flour and Feel
222 SOUTH DIVISION ST.
or jry-g "i"'- "uu'ii iiuiiti, I ey afe tnunis,
I 1TTAV1TT flnnrt "W ' 'J'," "'" ln" hraadau f a pviiJLn h ho
I . i If t- I l iMHlU hisl.iHl the baoKs of bluek lilim until th"
S i I V 9 I I W 1 B'l I III1 ",1 t),mK hMHldoMi from tliocnwl cuts
JL-Si JL VA Jf JL WILLI. Mitlst their llemllsh dellht.
U V-ite to pin DmnoeraUs In oltlre. Neer.
Brick and Stone Work
Will (Jive eurefiil attt-ntlon to
(.'litem and Chimney Work.
THOMPSON & BUNCOE
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Lath and Shingles.
We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bilk
Is. Give us a en II.
NEW SETTLERS' GUIDE
Containing the Homestead Law, the J're'sident's Proclamation
Killings by the Secretary, together with a NKW MAP OK ' n'l
CIIKROKEK STRIP, Showing the Indian Allotments,, s ov
ready for sale at all tlie leading book stores.
OlBce at Santa Fe House, Ufl Sq.G$ St
Cleveland Ave, Vest of Division St.
YUL ADAMS, Prop.
E. H. CHANCEY. Proprietor
Newly furnished and refitted through
out. Only tlrst-clast, hotel in tho city.
fipecial aUentiou given to commercial
tliuthrte New s.lan., 17, ia i
llnnMiitf jjf'(itlu and Suiue Klnitiui;
Kewilutloiiii- A TleUet on Whleh
lloth Jllaeli and VhlU Jjepublleaiu
While Dr. SHvutn'sorclieati imide mil
hie for a few to trip the light fautamlu
lat eM'iilut; In tho hif;Ilulivo hull, theie
wan a "nieetlui;" held aoio?.s the street.
It was a iiieelhii; In every stnu uf the
Republican: were preeut.
The) were, It Is Hue, dlMi lifted I!e
piibllcan, and thediialleetUiu aiiwefrniii
the late ticket put 111 the Held by the
There uom jiri""' iopieentatle men,
woiker men ho ghvas ry to wlu fur
tiie Itepubllcaii party; limit vu id In
plain Holds: "(Jie us a tlukel, a Ity
publican ticket that wo can, ciitn-ulcii-tluubly
vote for," and nut a "ticket npinl
nuted by the aid of Democrat's dolhua."
Here Is thu tlcUel that Uiumi Mnilt,'ht
on while und b'ack Kipubllcatis put III
It In a i"xi
)l t ' I 4 , I it.
Miss Tense Murpliey,
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
Has removed to Kuonis 7 and
over New York Llothinc House.
where the will be pleaed to meet
all her old customers, and as many
new ones as possible.
THE BEST WORK GUARANTEED,
I THE SILVER DOLLAR
This s tho Latest and Most Valuable Work Ever Published
on thp Homestead law,
For terms, acjcjress
J. L. CALVERT,
0LSMITH ARUS CQ,
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rf, niaaaiWsj?l""rt rr ' i l ill
,jefjc-" var..uaciasMw. 11 a wuast.iii
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v1-Si. l J-n "JiW'ff ii lift Wa j rr'lLjJfirKflBwil 4 ij-r-i
WVATT & CO., Proprietors.
Finest Bar In Oklahoma Territory.
Guns. : Pistols. : Amunition.
IXL POCKET KNIVES, SPORTSMEN'S GOODS-
105 Yest Hansoa 1 Corner of Harrison Avenue and D Ma Ion Street.
Courthouse Barber Shop reaves bros.,
If you wnut a GrUetgf Shayo or
Hull- Cut call and see us.
Olrnopsiors of (
fine Wines, Lipers and Cigars,
per 1 'e ret e vn a
ct.rd.al w 1
5. T. VINSON, Prorieur.
OHANDLET?. - OKLAHOMA,
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