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OFFICIAL PATKn OK t0 XX COl'NTY.
UV HOY IIOPPMAN.
t;..ptnr-W C. Krxrnnw.
Attorney nnoral-C A. OAi.nnAiTH.
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--wlate .Imtiee- IUmiv W. Srorr.
One month, delivered In city
One month by mall
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Ko 4M. Chlehapo Express.
No. 4w. Jl. UlvM Bxpress
No 4a, Way Prelcht
No. 401. Toss Kre... .
No. JT, Uklabonin Expn.
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1:05 a. m.
I'a'sancer should procure tickets be
fsresottingon the train
The Loader Blndory Is ono of
tho best Institutions of tho
kind in th West and is dally
turning out la era quantities of
work. Send In your orders for
binding and blank books and
they will be promptly at
Tna creat Directum loworetl his own
record at Nshvill rocuntly to ;:05"t
and captured the kwocpstakes of the
tjLT c.vriT, KAC1T, Is the motto of the
ooouor, which moans, literally trans
lated: "The first fellow who gets
there gi It all."'
Oklahoma Democrats, reinforced by
stalwarts from Texas, Arkansas and
Missouri, will elect the municipal
Democratic tleket nt Porry to-day.
Pimnv Is Democratic and wo shall
iiare some good wholesome news for
Democrats In tomirrows issue, a
complete victory for the Democratic
washkkwomas sued the olty of St.
.Jwieph Uie other day for $10,000. We
mi; po&cd oar Missouri mdghbor was
ti-bind on wash, bills, but didn't think
it was that tnuoh.
Tiir Osage Indians are holding a
war dancn and annual dog feast. Dur-i-g
the oaremonr icjoluthins will
douhtless be introduced asking the
immediate repeal of the Sheraasn sil
mMK of the newspapers are express-
log nneasisess taat fresMeat neve-
land may not be able to get a t;oA
pechaen of ta.ri.ey for his Thanksgiv
ing dinner. Never mittd. He hs.
a .rge lot of lasos pie yet om had-
-r.,r . umu-! v,t- w, ,,,'nearw eosnpiinieatrv rerearKS irom
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rrtW while oa k&s weUa tHotkej
tber dxf. Aja4rd lavuse xarf oa-
t-ri b aa uylam. It Is peuiag so
: he sow of a asiUsoatair dos not
1 rom& of aUior4 Mm.
('Utia M ori t ejr tre a w-ay of i
- ftdtrng U prtir ? t atcra&l
r-T itii factory re TV Coloael
r.i wii alwat to Wir toe Chicago
n.u ff fct (rieod dropped a
i thtJ djaanlte bo b in kis overcoat
Jin world's fair is to costiane riht
a' -a,- after October la .otvitbsUDd
.a tit nt -spepei' talk abont ondlnjr
the tspoalttoc 'in a blaie of plery."
tt.e patos of Jackson park will con
t nne to snin open as long- aa the
httrkers kave dollars to blow in.
Vovev Hoooatt made a
oanva and his pros poets of election
were first-tlass. Hut his candidacy di-
rided his party and he chose rather
to sacrifice his own ambition than
place at bataard party triumph. Ills
c wrM Insures Democratic suecats. I
Thk Lkawkr naturally takes a
U rwlly latorost in Porry, reeoniai ng
i.er as our yonugur sister. Guthrie
livw been the frui s of corruption nnd
n. ni.i.tAtir in t Ilv nlUiaW nnil wo'
warn our Perry friids against suoh
i bv DemocraU, vote straight for
ii -ntKt govrnuint.
U. itr into tbe midst of tie French
f. st.v.tic atalkoil tho s -voter and
a .bi.l Vhf spirit of the creat aom-
, . . . ..
.,un llhnsrnsta hush over the na-
c 'na i rejoicing-, and n l.indlv romem
1 ran-rt will always remain with the
people of all nations for the creator of
tr.c Immortal Paus."
TT00D-AN. SPAHB THAT TREE.
rtera Gould is going to build a
railroad to Damascus. This may- be
baslnesi. Imji. U lookt to us like daso
cration. Thluk of ihe striduloun
3reaiuk of the loeomotive u here
ranghtalse has len hoard save the
ijnrnful whack of tha camel driver
or tle lugubrious whoop of the high
r lling son of O desert Our wonl
i r It. It will knock ts poetry out
when It coin as to bolting railroad
sandwiches at Damascus or flirting
with tho dark-eyed daughters of the
orient In a Joppa barroom. One could
otr:ug for door knob soap and slip
jxjry elm towels in a Haifa hotel with
out icvral acute pangs of disgust
Iters' Mifcesslve Arab fchiel had
reigned in absolute u"ict t,n nffjn
sire Pullman porler woum occome
monarch of nil he surveyed. In the
land of the cros anil crescent, where
we were wont to reail of hourls eyes,
sinuous dances, intoxicating perfume:
In the paradise of the perl would np
pear the sardon'c and Implacable grin
of the brass-buttoned ennduetor when
you had forgotten your pass, and
royal rajas would vie with the brake
man In accumulating octagonal jags.
Tho more wo think about It th
more completely it breaks u up.
A vaunt! Down B.-os, up Mors! llnst
the boilers tear up the track, smash
the project. Lot our sweet fancy
roam oneo again, hlltlti? t ho high
places In Its accustomed haunts.
We do not believe It would b a suc
cessnot eren If tho track were laid,
the stock watered and excursion rates
Issued to the fair, for we hare always
heard that Jordan was a hard road to
Congressman Ilurroughs of Michi
gan, standing on the floor of one of the
chief deliberative bodies of this nation
and frantically waving the bloody
shirt," is a spectacle that every Amer
ican citizen, regardless of raio, color
or political atlillation must deplore.
A mum! him were men whoe onln-
Ions had placed them on opposite shies j
of the civil conflict and vhoe empty ,
.i- . - lln,ln. K tolil iinmisuik-!
ably the honesty ol their convictions.
There stood General Dan Sickles, shot V "T" resioeu in me p.ace ..ur.
scarrcl and battle torn-a soldier , r- No other qualifications are
every Inch of him-men who had laced ' necessary. Settlers from the North
death on a hundred bottle fields. Ps-, rn. Southern. Kastern and Western
tenlng by the courtesy of the house to
the flannel mouthed harangue of the """ ol ." ...WI,..U a,
gentleman f.om Michigan. ' a. r.idonee n Perry Insures I
Tliere is an admiration In the eour- rightful votlnv franahUe. i
age of a few that every brave man In orntr to make sure of the pas
feels. He ,ho would belittle J.ls an- ' th Vl?aR meaaur. The
tagonlst casts reproach upon himself. I I-kahkh "at nlyht tele-raphed the
There are no stauncher defenders of Kansas City Times and the following
the L'nlon and Institutions of human '
llluartf . rwlir limn the men who fol-
lowed the "lost ciuss." It was from
a Southern state the fraatnci.U of a
resrimont of ex-Confederates that the
first offer of assistance went up to j
President Harrison, when last year!
American sjeamej were assaulted In'
foreign port Thef were ready then
and. pleae Ood, are ready now, to lay
down their lives for the honor of our
Representative llnrroughs sinks his ,
representativa function and does not !
represent any seettou of constituency Joe Watkins was arraigned before
In his sputtering break. Hi: action I j Justice Morgan yesterday on the
not indorsed by a single honest citiaen. eki?ge of threatening the life of Chns.
The war ended at Appomattox, and ! Sehotield. The ev.deuce vas not snf
every one but a coward or a camp-fol- flcient to hold tho prisoner, and he
lower knows It.
A True Drinocrat.
The Perrv Democrat of vesterdav
says edit r illy: Never was there
a more noble spirit of loyalty to the
Democratic party than on last night.
whec VolBey Hoggalt, after conferr
ing with Ms many friends, believing
It to 1m? to tha beat interest of the par
ty, withdraws his natse as candidate
for mayor on the CUImrs' ticket Mr.
J llogrnlt is a staunch Democrat, and
j realUiag that the future good work of
i artT raignt o. i-apiirej ujnis
dser on an independent ticket.
he idlantarily withdrew his name in
favor of John Hrogan. the straight
out Democrat candidate for mavor.
His action insures the election of
I Mr Krogaa and oa every hand con be
thoe who favor an honest sdminis-
Mr Hoggatls action are
Uaase of a patrioU and in so doing has
mxde many frie-'" who will remem-
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A C.ral Ctlntanlrj.
Any one having the idea that Ok la-
1 1 nt rf it kr taa w4 i n M
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co.Btrr ... -.y -are to ra a ip , as lf thfi n u true tQat
thro?h the Iowa, ac and Fax and there are 4tin i blsjn ,e(u
PotU3tomie conutry to change their j A nee horse tt MemphU, Tena. be
minds Ther they will see j!ds of lCame crared by kidney trouble, neees
frow flr to Sfty acres, ranch of which j Itatinff her bcinp put to death,
will average from thrtte-fourths of a! A Wahinjrton policeman claims to
bale to a bale per acre, of at fine a j
W..,. .K. 9 U
in either MlssU-
Uppi or Tex at.
llUhup Mekrftchsrt lluinrwurtl Houint. .
Father IV Unus.e Is in reeeipt of a
letter from ltUhop Merchaerl dated
'atIndon, in ivhich he describes his
rvit to Pope Loo III ut Home, where
he ivu called ou official busine&s. The
is now en the ocean near New
octurai iictuBia ucwwiidllj lliui j
! and will
bo t'lven missions in tho tor-'
. (Irntl surer...
The Galveston-Dallus Weekly News
stands pro-eminent as a journalistic
suicttss. It does nothing by halves,
llbeliores that whatever ii worth
doing at all i-. worth doing
well. It is cvor on the alort for the date much earlier, and still ad
matter that will Intentet, instruct and , heres to the popular notion that the
lenont iu. reader.
Ist spring the editor of Thii
Weukly Nohs organiaatd a Columbian
class, 4iiown to the youthful readers
as Mr. ltig Hat's summer Sehool,"
the object of which was to awaken in
the mind of the young an Interest in
the early history of America and its
discoerer. The s. heme hus proven
wonderfully succeful and hundreds
of children have beeii led to investi-
gate with renewed
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works bearing upvn the subject; and
their well written letters to The
Weekly New boar unmistakable evi
dence of great le-ctst and mental 1m
provomeut to themseHes.
The Weekly N'ew-a also
exceedingly interesting department
for its lady readers. The articles on
fashions, housekeeping and general
miscellany are unsurprassed in inter
est to intelligent laly readers every
where, and to farmers' wives In parti-
uiar. i itu uhjuj u uwu in dcdt'ui, t
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homelike paer i
To the farmer, themselves The
Weekly News devotes a groat deal of
space giving many valuable und
timely articles on praticat agriculture
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uep ..ui, ... i..c ,u,ui- jk.uw- ,
cat abd general news of the world, i
and well written editorals on all the
leading questions of the day.
No intelligent farmer iu Texas can
afford to be w uhout The eekly News ,
.v io m,v vuk uunur u j cur, ur 4ras
than two cents a week. !
The Dallas ur tiatvestion Weekly
N wsand Tiik Wklklv Lkaukh will
hj sent to your address one year for
ALL CAN YOTE.
THIRTY DAYS' RESIDENCE REQUIRED.
The frmirhuenf Vnlrrs In the City
tlon -Tlie Hjnn Still l'il
j The municipal contest at Perry takes
Ulnce louay, anu irora an imnrauuui
I It will be Intensely warm If not delir
iously c.d ting.
There are four ttekets in the ra-e,
namely. Democratic, Republican. In
dependent and Citizens', and voters
will have a large field of well groomed
horses from which to pick fuvorites.
Hoygatt's ticket, like himself, is out
of the race, leaving an even 1 to 1
start for Hrogan, head of the
crnllo ticket, who nWs fair to win by
a goodly majority.
AM. CAX vol.
All doubts as to who trc entitled to
role in to-dav's election ire brushed
The Plynn bill passed the
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"" on ' a"Bf a,luruTO' nu" u" I
' "T over i years oi
are entitled to cast a vote, provided
" are on an equal iooudhho'
telegram was receive., in answer
Kaxa Crrr. Mo.. Oct. M. lJO.
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Ye. ttH Klynoblll naJ Thursday.
Kansas Cttv Tivn..
Ther"Ar Clturift Nutr.
Ulebard P.iley and Rlcha-d Wilkin
son, Indians belonging to the Chero
kee 'tribe, took out naturalisation
papers in district court yesterday and
were admitted to citizenship. They
weit. represented In court by Hon.
WatUn DUf hrt'l.
That A)1 Aenlu
A clothier has excite d public curios
Iooklnc Aftrr trr.
Hon. Mark A. Mosley. register of
deeds of P county, was In the city last
evening, lie citcu here as a special
agont to confer with the governor re
garding qualidcatlons of voter-v
A. W. Hroun m ppontcl a con
stable for Perry township, in P county,
ya&trday bv Governor Renfrew.
THE PITH OP THINGS,
cstimatd that W.000 piano-
fortes arc manufactured every year in
i ne oauaio is not so near extinet M
PTL. 1 t f t
hare $hot at a "ghost" one morning.
recently. The firing', he says, caused
the instant disappearance of the
In Mrs. Yelverton's book "A Journey
in a Junk," there Is a description of a
Buddhist temple in Cochin China,
built in (he fqrro of a triangle, the
whole having an area of over a mile.
An underground river, strongly Inj-
I pregnated with Iron, was found re
I cently near Charlotte, X. C. It is re
ported that the stream, which is forty-
five feet below the surface, is 700 feet
wide and six feet deep.
I According to experts who have re
, cently been examiulng it, the Hon of
St. Marks, at Venice dates back to the
I twelfth century. M. Casatl, the well
known archa-ologlst, however, places
lion is of Etruscau origin.
The original John Jaoob Astor came
to America from Heidelberg in 1TS3.
When he died in ISIS, his estatj was
estimated at t30.000.000, and it was
then by far the richest estate itj
America, and one of the greatest in
the world. Perhaps the sum pos
sessed by his descendants now amounts
to ten times as mueh They are the
greatest landholder of the union so
far as the value of their property goes,
and their land is situated 'vitV.a fto
limits of New York almost wholly.
"Urown has been in Washington six
weeks. What did he get" "Drunk,
and thirty days."
Belle Would you call Itlanehc a
beauty? Jaok Not unless I thought
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""- " " "" '" ""-ir mc.
"Bridget, dW you hear me call?"
"Yes mum; but you told me the other
day never to answer you back."
Aigh ningley'fc wife doesn't prove
to be all that ne fancied she
ije8Vory likely he got her
. . '
"I've got an awful cold," said the
weather. "What are you taking for
It?" asked the wind. "A drop of mer-
cury every hour,
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Chumplelgb, after catching her bv a
trivial trick April fool Mrs. Chump
lelgh Well, I'd rather be an April
fool than one every month in tne year
by having a lar?e aprJ jwlnted d ,eD1 )t wi :, tt.D CtI1u anl sri, g TTTAITT ' 1 A ill Vi
.side his shop When a&kd for an v., i im bo n-nt v.. si Without thU B U M !!J4I!I
xplanation he replies!: "I! it hadn't ad twoty-j fi-uii will bo fharjjed. 8 H 5 I j V 3 ill ill
for an apple where would the .iuros room --, i.tpuoi.c, m uoui., - - " i
r made elnthinc &hoDs be to-davT L. j
BROJNbU.N. I.N Rl Alt Ol- BANK
t-iii mi lan wMywwa ! nwrnww Mwi i'uiu ww
DON'T THROW YOUR MONEY AWAY
P. IT SFKNO
K- B. LaIIIIEX & GO.'
Drug, Book and New Depot,
We expect tu nccup; lhat ljrj; c!?gmt room in the new Virtor block
about Novembi r i. anl .n ulir t rcilucc our Wall Paper ami Paint1
Stock will male spc .a! prices on these goods during the remainder of ,
this month tha; will surpm? you.
books and school supi. lies in tl.e cits.
l'coplr u h Vmu j
Wilt And all kinds of game, such as
nunll. Miairrfl. rabbit, nrmirir chicken
an'' 'resh oysters and Bsh. secret! in
tne utl style at vt m i.owe a restau
rant. !63tf .
Kor a $rood shave, hair cat or sham
too, po to Tower Hro&., art I tic bar-
vuii iii jwu ar.vi siTrcfeii fcw- j
site posMBM. Uond work guarantees.
llnre yon tried those cigars
Ms drug More?
IxJT Note lxk.
lack. I.kadcm office.
Return to Nib-.
Ladies, see that elepant new line of
stationery at K H Liliie A. Co. "a.
Pok S vlk A lady's
41S North First street
Pok Rkxt One com mod ions
i room house close to the Cathol
church lth cellar, stable, bugmr
' shed, wood hed and a good well Kent
very cheap. Address lock box 1,J
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AN OFFER" EXTRAORDINARY.
tllOj Ten l"mt n Wceli
A magnificent portfolio of engrav
I lags of famous cities scenes and paint
I ings, with descriptions bv John l
Stoddard, the world s famous traveler
1 and lecturer, has boon issued, each
book containing sixteen benutiful en
gravings llU mghes insiz. aui well
worth )I.M) each 1 bey can be e- j
eured at thalntliu tmmntof ten'
eents a weekT by subscriuiug to the '
Twice-a-eelr Hepubhc j
In the first took Mr. Stod.lard takes I
von to Franco. Kngljnd. Ireland. Nor-J
i way, Sweden. Germany. Palestine.
Switzerland. Austria, Italy, llrail.
Mexico and the 1'nitcd talev
', The ltrpul)llo t.ring& tlie world tu
you. Itbrinzha'.l that is gran.i. ro-1
manlic, imusing and beautiful to
! rour firesideand while you. your fain
ily and friend gaze upon its wonders
m perfectly and accuraU-Sv portrayed
they will be eloquent'. v do nbed by
Mr. h.toddard J)iajs;f.
Por prtlc4ia s tho It.-j. ii.'ic, a
sample copy of whloh wih 1 scut frt-c
upon receipt of a postal card rvque-t
Or. if yon vant a sari pie uf the art
Brick and Stone Work
Will G'e iv.reful a't '.:l-n to
CI. Urn aud Cltlmnf ) Work.
Office at Siata Pe Hoase, lid So.5tb St
-- t fit In Mitt iKu ail .. l iiaBin t .l. 9T fTTl
M' VI. I i.
Tin S'lon in -"iiu..,i -i' n.
The PnttU Wr ur. M . i.i
w nt ii J ni.ii i .i.v ''
one. No family
write sit word a minute. Wenul Nentl one f ;;;.e i.iachin com
plete to an aiMres on the recent of Si oa. Cioo.l tor i rt) days only
at this price. Agents wanted throughout the wet
THE BONETTA WRITING MACHINE CO.,
34 Market St., Chicago, III.
$1.00 per Day
S. FRAZIER, Proprietor,
Newly Furnished Throughout.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
xi it. ci i. nri
Reopened for Business!
Rates, $1.25 and $1.50 per Day,
nice clean rooms best meals in the c ty.
MRS. D. BLUBAUGH Propntres-.
We keep the largest stock of school
Fine Perfumes and Toilet
lllie & Co.:
S.-f ns 1m full- t.iij iiib '!, -w
I,, r,- .- -ll ii ill.' lm
ifni il. ton r cat luad.ih -i
i Ml H au part of cit) .
We handh- the follow Ine ,'
AT THE ICE PLANT
Well, Well, Look at
?a - he run tl-e bc-A shurt
on'.er restaurant in Guthr.e,
and it ir. 'st bj tlie trjth,
from the way the people fill
up his taL.'.-s. Everything
cooked to order just what
sou want, and as nv.;ch or a
httlc as )tu like. Pa for
what v u get.
Seco&d St., West Side. Near Harrison.
FOR A GOOD
Gleyeiand Ave, West of Division St,
WM. ADAMS, Prop,
Harr -on a .uth i . T
ti ri"it !. , .v. i 4" 1 ' "? -iiiij-le
1 1 .s o siuij !e '. at t i it
CAN OPERATE IT.
ai.ii ecr scr.ooi inm stiouiu nave.
w.thout one of thee Machines. It will
S5 00 per Week.
AND ..' Cl.Nl .
I I -l Ml.ALS IN I HI i in
Better Than iiver!
Oi l.NulAN TLRRHUIU
iw w m i imiiwwwi lMI,aw???T!!?T?
it i t..e heii-hir-t and finest
rr . fT your fnend It is preferable to strong drinks and
jeuplc ingentral puter t to wine. NHEUSBR-UUSCH
motto in brewing beer is
NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD.
He sure and inquire for
An l-i nu ci nu. "Rn n nh
Heforc leaving for the Strip, since the water may be scarce and that
which jou get may not suit your palate, and also
endanger our health.
CAN BE FOUND AT ALL
TsV"-5TciT- c3C ELi5tCCC5lo
Delightful Rooms in Connection.
Corner Second St. and Oklahoma Avenue.
(Opp. Land Office.)
Uko. A. Mktcalf, Pre:d.iit.
Capital National BanK,
Capital fully paid,
I A. M. McELHINNEY.
PAINTS AND OILS.
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE, : CUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA.
ONLY BRICK HOTEL
J. W. DALLY, Proprietor.
1EWLY FURNISHED AND
SOI First Stroot, Corner Vilbs,
aS---fc5.r.3, - 323ll3LOir.a,.
THOMPSON & BLiNCOE
Blinds, Lath and Shineles.
We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bills. Give us a call.
for lljty .r. the tvcrriE
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ESTABLISHED ArRtL 22, iS3y
115 Oklahoma Ave.
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!l orders for baggage n outgo. ng
trains should Le left one
hour before the tra
drink you can drink yourself
M. L. Ti-itSKK, Uahlor.
: : : : $50,00o
: : : 30,000.
T. L. ROBINSON,
House, Sign and Carriage
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