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Alcals served in first-class stylo at nil hours. South side
between First ami Second streets.
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK, Prop's.
First-cl&hS livery barns ot Stillwater and Orlando. The best of teams ana
improved facilities for carrying passengers between these, two points. Tcair
always roaily to start ut any time in the day and return at your pleasure.
The shortest and quickest route between Guthrie ami Stillwater is via Orlando
fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Cor. ad St. and Harrison Ave.
The English Kitchen,
THE OLDEST HOUSE AMD ONE OF THE BEST in the CITY.
Rates Si,25 Per 0?v,
THE SILVER DOLLAR
WYATT & CO., Proprietors.
Finest Bar In (he Territory. 105 West Harrison.
JOHN T. BRICKNER,
Contractor and Builder,
Estimates furnished on Buildings
of all description. Territorial
agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
Office 109 North First Street.
Everything in the Jewelry line madj to order.
Badges and Special Work Solicited, Pras'Jcal Watchmaker.
All work Guarantetd. Cor. Vilas av. and Second st.
A 1 fVi UN1-! rv'
-r--Pw.f,TVff,. M m nffi ff-n.rft
FLOUR, FEED, COAL.
Like Your Mother
Lowe's ; Bestaurant
P. W. RUTHERFORD, MjjV.lson. roo.u8. (,ray bloc-
HAD A STORMY TIME.
eXOITINO MttttTINO OF THE
OF L. OONVBNTION.
PASSED MANY TIMES,
.Mr. I'nwderly .cpmc. Mr. Wrlclit or
(llilnc Awn j" tlip f?rrM r llio Or
ilrr All the Ornnrol Olllcors
,hml to Itrdlcii Ilrileptltri
Onr to lllcur l'p llrlilRCi
nml Ittitinil llolliot.
Pjlil.Anet.riilA, I'n., Nov. SI. The
general aaftembly of the Knight of
tabor held another "tornty aesalon
yesterday, tttirt the lie passed more
than onc between the ndinltiistrnttou
and null- ndttiiutfttratiotiiftts. Mr.
Potvderly accused .1. A. Wright of
giving nwny the secret of the order.
Ho declare.! Wright hud furnished the
Information for the rejKirt printed In
uioriilng imper. Wright denied the
The- delegates looked unvloualy yes
lordry for the report of the flnunco
committee, which win promised, but
ivas not yet ready. It Is stated that
the committee Is divided upon tho re
port, threo of the memVern wishing
to vindicate l'owderly and two oupos
ing thin, and threatening to present a
minority report, and the report is de
layed In order that the difference may
be adjusted If possible.
A resolution requesting the resigna
tion of nil the general ofUcor.s wns
presented yesterday. It wns promptly
.oforred to the committee on rosolu
v.ons, nHhoutrh the delegate present
ing it asked for Immediate action
Mr. l'owderly, however, advocated
referring it The general ofllcors are
plainly disturbed over the fact that
their proceedings have been pnl
lislied, desj ite tholr efforts to prevent
itnndthey are industriously looking
for the leak.
maiii: a itoi.i) oi'i'i:i(.
AHpbpiI DetcPtlw-4 tVmit to lliirn llrlilfjc.
and Illow lift Itotinil llouP4.
I'liii.xiiri.riiiA, Nov. 21. The gen
eral grievance committee says over
tures wero made to Chairmin Wilkin
of tho Lehigh Valley railroad by
alloircd detective', who offered to
burn bridges and blow up round
houses. They wore ordered out of the
lliugham house, in which the commit
tee has headqu irtorr.
t". C lliirnr at l!nt.
Chicago, Nov. 21. C C lliirnos, vice
president of the National Hunk of St
Joseph, Mo., died hero this morning.
He had come, hero to be treated for
Mr. 1 !ii rues was elected mayor of
Atchison, Kan , in 1SSI and removed
to SL Joseph on tho expiration of his
term of ollluo and had occupied tho
position of vice president of the bank
ever since. In 1SS0 he ran for con
gross ngnlnst John A. Anderson in the
Second Kansas district, but was de
feated. AtlOllllltutl to Illow V I. MolillllKMlt.
Montiwai., Nov. 21. Threo young
men, two of them law students, tho
third n son uf ex-Premier Mcroior,
were arrested yesterday for attempt
ing to blow up Nelson's m mument on
Jacques ("artier Square. '1 ic French
population has long objected to the
monument being placed In this city,
they claiming that Nelson was an
oucmy of their race, and i count press
nrtlcles tended to create a bitter
lliu (iro.it l.uk.H Aro IIIkIi Seill.
Waniii.noto.v, Nov. 3L Tho great
lakes aro high seas according to the
construction announced by Justleo
rield in the I'nited States supremo
court in tin consideration of nn act of
congress providing for the punishment
of offenders on the high sens Jus
tice dray und.lmtl llrown dissented.
lrlnro I'mlro NturtH Tor llnin
J'Aiiis, Nov. 21. The eldest son ot
Count d'Ku, I'rliico Pedro, who is said
to have been proclaimed emporor of
llrail by Admiral de Mello, has
started for St Naiuitre, a sonport near
Nantes, where, it is btatcd, lie will
start for llrazil, accompanied by a
suite of twenty portions.
illicit liy a CInirKK or l'mxlor.
Si'iiiM.rnn.K. Mo., Nov. 1. Walter
and Jasper Cross, two Ikjvs, worn
playing with a gun heavily ehargod
with powder, but no shot, to-day.
Tho gun went off and the explosion
of powder blew the top of Walter.s
iuiipoiir'il Willi t-'-'oo.
Mahsiiam, Mo., Nov. 31. Julius
Harro, agotl'lS yours old, driver of tho
Rnltml Stntob express wagon in this
city, suddenly diwipponrod yosturduy
morning, after appropriation),' about
SS00 of tho eomKiny s money to his
own ute. "
)iul.9til tho Okliilioiiut Ciitr.
Asiiisoro.s, Nov. si. The supreme
eourt yeitorday direotud the dlsmlasnl
of the petition uf Smith nml llradluy
In the ease of Me Dade aud other
ngnlnst tht territory of Oklahoma.
'Hie quostlou was one of laud owuor
bhip. Mnro lliimln lit II irci'liina.
liAKc-Kt.o.NA, Nov. 21.-Six loaded
bomba have been found in the garden
of n private house and it la supposed
that they were hidden thoie ly au
nruhlftts whofct houses wore likely to
be btturuhod by the police.
bimiilsli !)( Iuik,
M .mi am, Nov. 1 The municipal
electioua here have resulted in the re
turn of nineteen Monarchists and nine
Itepnblieaiis. The government has
also been ttueeskful in the provineeh.
At Whiteland. MiWxirr, John W.
Quigg was killed by John W. and Orth
An attempt Is lieing made at IJI
Paso to enlist unemployed i. :i from
the I'liiied Stales into the -eiviofl of
the Mexican revolutionUUs.
People t ho lint.
Will find all kiud-of game, such ns
quuil, squirrel, rabbit, prairie chicken
and freidi oyters and fish, serve.1 in
lie lest style at Win. Uwu'i r otita li
ra 11 1- SOStf
Splendid eight-room dwelling, two
I it. otone cellar I.'nIs. lirst-elash out
b Hidings all Uirilh of fruits, sule
wailts and picket fen. e Terms 81 1, m
si X' 1 1 ush and r c yi ar s tune 1 11 bal
ante- hronls in Ni' 0 nvenue Is
bove grade and ore bjiK from 1 apl.
is,ua-e- iii'i n ja'-ics uooert
A NBW..tA88 ALL LEAGUE,
lEcprvKPtitAtltro of MMteni It:o Hull
intnemM Met at InilltinniioMi.
IsrntAJtAPOtr- lad., Nov. Sfl. A new
bMe ball Impni' tva formally organ
ised in this city tlii afternoon. The i
following citirs nhk-h will comprise i
the league, are reureaented ty the
following: di-orge Kills, Urand
Itnpids; II II. Prnke and
T. H. lloyer, Sioux City; J. J
15. Ilarnes, Minneapolis: C. H. Cmh- j
man and M. IL Killilea, Milwaukee; ,
.1. I Mniiiiiii". Knnrns Cit ; 0. A.
Ixmg. Toledo: and .mini T. llrush am'
William Mharmg. lmtuuiapolta liarnes
also holds Detroit's prosy. Knch club
will lw required to deposit 51,000 ns a
guarantee that it will continue
throughout the season. The constitu
tion of the National league will bo
adopted with sneh alterations and
tiniendinenin as tnav Ite ueeemnry to
accommodate It to the western circuit.
A World'. OH TriMt. '
I.oanox. Nov. 5rt The 1'atl Mnll
Gatette this afternoon anya that ne
gotiation are proceeding, luicked by
the Russian government, with a view
of ending the competition betwc n
Kns-tan and American petroleum and
forming a great international trust
.lnllpt llolliliz .Mill Itpdttiip.
Int.iKT, HI, Nov. 21. After nn
eleven months shut down, the dollct
rolling mills blew Its whistle this
morning at ; o'clock, calling out its
employes. With the night turn about
8."(i men will go to work.
Up.Tiy I. on nt l.iiiiihei liv I'lre.
lho li.MMiM, Mich., Nov. y. At
Keno, Suturilay night, n fire dastroyod
Soo.ooo xMirth of lumber, Uie property
of William lVteis of Toledo. There
was only M7 non of Insurance.
Prices wfro nuotril at the closo lis follows'
No hard wh' at U'itSOc No 3 h.inl wheat,
H(ivc No. 4 liurj wheat Ut(c rejeetoj
hard wheat II IT Na t mX wheat. MgM'So
No a re 4 wheat .tutSIc No 4 red nhsat, iJ
Cihk Was ',' lower nt one time dorlnj tho
scixloa, but many siller ot mixed were made
enrly at K', and tho ferltns nt the clouwat
Hrm. Kxporti rs bid 43iTc Vew Orleans tor
St. I. mil..
St I.onw. Xto , Nov. l ltecclpn wheat,
U.llSbu. Unt Jt Jr. IUU.0I1 bu. corn, A0.GU bu
lst year, 81.970 l)ii oita. MSOlbu last rear,
Sl.oil bu, Hour, 4 Ml) bbn Shipments wheat,
CK.liT bu. coru III. Ist bu oat. 10,137 bu rye,
2.TM bu flour, lo .MS b'.ls Wheat- Cali,S4c
November. 8S'4c le.-cmbPr MStfSGo'S. May,
OH.fJOI'-ic Corn CVb, l4c Norembcr. Ko
December, K K'c, May Se. Oats-rush,
&L14C Noveinla r '.'0 ,c December, Tc May.
KANSAS DilY 1.IVII STOCK.
KANSts rirv Mo. Nov SI Cattle Ko
cclpts, since Sit urd iv. 9 Til calve-, tT ship
ped Sutnril.iv 1 ;.7 The market for Rood to
cholci stcor- vmt dull and 10; lower cowi und
feeders lrui b.ill ail slojUcrx woak
Texas eatlli- an.l e dvet. ctlvc and strong
Dressed boef and hipping steers fiflt1,'.') 19
rows aud heifer-. Ml) J Texas and Iildlm
steers, W.jO ' J 1 "t is and Indian oows,
tU'itiTA M.. 1; r. unJ reederj iriODu--DJ
Ilom Receipts slncj Sat ird ly, l,Ss) ship
cd Saturday, iJi T.10 m.trk't was Ac lildior,
otpnlnir N" I'le higher an I cloin with the
gain lout I'nres r.m t d from tt '.0 to i5 V Q
Sheep- Mecclpth ntnee Saturday, "n: hl
ped Saturday. I T I The supply wan II -nt
and the demand strmi or the few shee ) here
with sales aetlvii md IS '('Be hi .-her. thoiuh It
was thought t ic ndv ince was only temporary
The followm are representative so'cs:
Na Wl. l'rlce S'o Wt Pr ce.
121 h Ayr. 01 I U-J IITTCo:... . SI 3
T8mut. .. to JTa I Col .... fc3 3S5
An oxpenslvo habit a Worth gown.
The male sash has bobbed up again.
Strawberry forks are a now side
A steady blue eye is said to indicate
a. covetous disposition.
llrejst pins made of souvenir spoons
aro a late feminine fad.
Jt Is probably culled pin money bo.
cause the HusUiml is stuck for It.
Ten bridesmaids are quite the ortho
dox number in Knglaud this season.
"Pa mortifies me," said Miss Jinkins.
"He always will say snssicty instid of
"I'll have no more of your lip!" is
what the discarded lover said to his
Mrs. Clacker Is that gentleman
standing by the door a friend of yours?
Mrs. Whacker Oh, no, indeed! That's
The fact that there are more than a
million more men Until women In this
country is perhnr- what makes the
girls so hard to suit.
lllogg says lie was utmost knocked
flat the other day by suddenly reflect
ing that nearly all the pretty girls are
but incipient mothers-in-law.
"We've got to economize," said Mr.
Onrgoyle to his wife. "Very well, my
dear," replied the good woman, cheer
fully; "you shavo yourself and I'll cut
Nell Do you think absence makes
the heart grow fonder? lielle Yes,
indeed! When Jack calls I never once 1
think of Tom, and when Tom's hero I
forget Jack entirely.
Tommy I'n, some ladiofi told me to- 1
(lay you were tho bettor horse of the I
two, What did they mean by that'.' 1
Pa They meant. Tommy, that I was
o gentle a lady could manage mo.
He How's this? Aron't we going
to have any dinner to-day? She I
guess not. That woman over the way I
has bought such a lovely new bonnet
that I haven't got a bit of appetite.
DOINQS AND SAYINGS.
The total number of Chinese in tho I ""''"'rythlns tint ou need, treat jou well,
ITnitMl State in ISsO wns Iftt 4(11 , a'1 '"'P ou to i-arn ten tlim-4 ordlnar) wagci.
lhe total number in 1SO0 was only mVe gKl iay. Any 0110. anywhere, ran do Hie
107,175, gain ill ten years of but , wrk All .uwee.1 who follow our plain and slm
2,010. 1 pie direction.. Ilirnest work will urely bring
The Arctic whale nevor migrates yM f ruat "' '"r Er)thinK l new
.,, .. . , v ,' and In great demand- write for our aniphlt
to the southward, as most speohvs of , circutarBllm, ,, , ,rorma.loi.. s i.rt
whale do, becaiuw of iU inability to d..e if ou conclude not to go 011 Midi the
live in the heated waters of the south-1 butinem.
The lord mayor of London has an
allowance of $i0,000 per year, but, ac
cording to Edmund Yates, the sum is
onlv half sufficient, owing to the enor
mous amount of entertaining which
the bead of the Mansion house is
called upon to da
A California man offers to give,
without charge, to the city of San
Francisco a How of water amounting
to 170,000,000 gallons dally, and bring
It about 130 miles from the forks of
North and Middle Yuba rivers. II is
only condition is that he shoulu have
the pnvilegc r,l ieMii foi a period of
tweniv Uve vea:-. the hore power to
b. iliVi inc I f 'u the wat'r
ar s aee tl ways of taking a
pi tare, butrjre'v none more curious
than t atcfa New York artist when
lie is about to paint a batch of
water colors. .He tn'kc.sn long strip
of paper, wets It daubs color on it In
surfaces ns large as a dollar, and then
walks over It In a pair of French sa
boU, or wooden shoes. After he has
rambled around It for n time, mixing
and distributing tho color, subjects
will tuggest themselves; oul of acci
dental blots of green, blue, It-own and
yellow, nml he will cut the paper into
various lengths nml elaborate those
suggestions into Complete pluluto-.
Tho NewYotk Weekly World and
Weekly Lhakkk one year fur 81.50
Two rooms in l.lrni building.
nt 110 Hast l'erkins avenue, Uuthrlo or
Ada II Miller, l'erry. 0k. No other
Supremo Court lipt'tirti.
Ilound copios ot the first volume of
Okii.homn Supreme Court reports ron
bo had upon nppllontlou to lWgar
.Ion os, territorial librarian.
Mrs. A. 1. Saunders presents to tho
ladies of Guthrie, and vioinlty one of
the finest displays of mlllinory cvir
shown In the territory. To know
what is the latest in fall and winter
millinery it will be necessary for von
to call at hor store. She "also 'oe
stamping of all kinds. 2,'Stf
lii rill to I.pnp.
Will lease quarter section of bottom
land on Deep Fork, fenced well, thirty
acres broke, house, etc. Call at
Lkaiikii ofllce. 2T4-Iw
F. 11. Lillie . Ca, havej rccoived
their invoice of dolls for the holiday
trnde and they will be on exhibition
about November 1, in the S'lctor
buildinc, corner Harrison and First
strceL. They promise the ladies and
little folks a treat, as tho display will
surpass anything ever shown in the
A Hard Lesson.
It is for people to lenrn that in the
purchase of a musical instrument more
than anything else quality is the one
thing, that kis important A prettily
finished instrument may be the poorest
ip tone and the quickest to wear ouL
Wc handle the best makes. Ilardmau
Vuse Vr Sons, Harrington it Decker
llros. makes you can rely on for the
longest possible wear. I will sell you
any of the above Instruments for cash
or on monthly payments ut rock bot
I nlso have the largest and best stock
of Diamonds. Jewelry, watches and Sil
verware in Oklahoma.
Special atteution given to repairing
(!. W. WiiiTi
HOME MADE CANDIES.
FRESH EVERY DAY.
P7 FIRST STREET.
Hikes Nursery Co.
A HDf.'E INSTITUTION,
All kinds of Trees and Ornament-
Shubbery adapted to
Small Fruits a Specialty.
For Free Price, List, send to
W. H. HIKES,
We want many m n, uonun, Lots, and girl. to
work f.rusaf wh.niii d.ul, rlht Innndnreund
itn irown hoiuK Hi.- liu.mrss is run, pleiuant,
.iricil) honorable andui U Her than an oilier
offered lui-nu a hae a clear lUId Olul 110
rompetiiiou. i:--rlence ami clal utility un.
nerery. No rapUul required. Weeipiliijou
I K av aaa a k v WshI'
1 aw asft a aaa aaaa a aB aaB i,
I V H Ki bl M '
Cvcts,andTrde-Mrk obtained, and all Pat- J
tntbuineuc inducted for Moocbatc Fees, J
Joea Omens Opposite U. S Patent OrnctJ
J an4 e can Mcute patent in leu Uuie thau ihotc
icmote from W tin ngton. 't
bead model, duw.jg or photo., with detcrip.
t n. We u s, if ratcnuble cr not, free o(J
cbtrge. Our fee not due till patent it tecurcd,
A pamphict. "HowtoOblim l'alcnit, ' with)
cost of use in the U. S. and fotciatountilct J
t uat free. Address. S
t OPP. PaTCNT OrriCE, WaiHINCTON, D
jyjORRlS & D00LEY,
Law, Rr.M. Estate, Collkctino
Aokncv and Rentals.
Itooin .1, Kendall llulldlng, Second St.
Attoknkv at Law,
Looan County Adstracts.
Oklahoma nvenue, opposite Land ofllce.
General and LandAttornev
Twtlre rar. Exirtenre. Salitfactlon
Rnaranlrpil. Prompt anil Ef
Kpfprrnrrs: General Laud Officer., Okta
T. JUNES& S0N.
Attorneys at Law,
Vest ot Capitol National Bank llulldlng.
C. O. Hnrnoi
,yiSBY & HORNOk.
wnu D-2S, Over Capitol Nalloual Haua.
yoLNEY HOGGAI I
Attorney at Law,
'-iiTrr "lle lllre" Clothier.
Attorney at Law,
Coy-Office in Leader Building.
J-J D. TODD,
Attorney at Law,
tlalf block west of U. S. land ofllce
C, S. CUNNINGHAM,
Attorney at Law,
YM. D. SMITH & CO.,
Attorneys at Law,
Porry, - - Oklahoma.
HyI havo associated with mo In all land
cases, S. I). Decker of Outhrle.
Office First St. and Oklahoma Avh.
Residence Second St. and Noble Ave.
QR. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon.
McEllilnnoy's Drug Store Second St
Q A. HUGHES, D. D. S.
Dentistry In all its Branches.
Ofiiccf room 35 Beadles Block, over
Capitol National Bank.
219 SOUTH FIRST ST
Just opened. Everything new
and fresh. Table unsurpassed
Special attention shown commercial
trade. Special rates to regular
R. J- LONG, Proprietor
JAMES & ROBERTSON,
Real Estate, Abstracts
Resident ageuts of the Traders' In
surance Cntnpauy of Chicago, HI.
Telephono No. IS. Gray block.
GUTHRIE, - OKLAHOMA.
Brick and Stone Work
Will Glvo careful attention to
Cistern and Chimney Work.
Office at Santa Fe onse, H6 So.6th St.
Kiser, McLean & Co
Have nAY FOR SALE In carload lots.
HOGS SOLDon COMMISSION
r5F" t Warner's old livery stand
tSt On Seventh and Noble U.
ESTABLISHED APRIL aj, 1889
115 Oklahoma Ave.
All orders for baggage on outgoing
trains should be left, oar
hour before the train
0 xxiwr3 Q
1 S- ns before buyln. else- I I
. where. We sell by the loo J
A voua-A, toa or car load, do- A
livtred to any part of city. 11
LWa handlo the following T
grades t JJ
V PITTSBURG, $6. V
CANON CITY, SO.
A ANTHRACITE A
R Delivery, -c per load. -p.
UENItY LINN, Prop. '
lJ 1 AT THE ICE PLANT. U ,
fail. Well, kil at This 1
Says he runs the best short
order restaurant in Guthrie,
xni it must be the truth,
from the way the people fill
up his tables. Everything
cooked to order just what
you want, and as much or as
Ihtle as you like. Pay for
what you get.
Stm, St., West Si.s, Hear Harrison,
E. H. CHANCEY. Proprietor
i-rrly furnished and refitted through
out. Only first-class hotel in the city
Special attention given to commercial
Outhrle people ceWe a eordial we
J. W, Patterson
202 East Cleveland ave.
HORSES A BUGGIES
Best attention, 13 per month.
Cast Rifshtlie City for Hire.
- TRY ME ONCE ustj
These are the best grades of Soft
.oa!. Buy now as prices tvlll advance
Leonard & Co, -
Harrison Avenue. One block west
ot Depot Telephone 500.
Instructions in Primary, Intcr
medtiae and College courses.
Departments in Music and Art.
Complete Uus.n ;ss College.
Faculty of Six Teachers.
JOEL F. SMITI
FOR A GOOU
Cletelin. Af, East of Division St.
T. L. ROBINSON.
Hsuse, Sign and Carriage
E-tlmates Furnished on Application
119 North Sccoud Street.
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