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Late of West Vlrginln.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Has lmd nn experience a lawyer of II
roars In West Virginia. Kefer by per
mission to Senators Camden and FnitlKiluT
Hon. Wm. L. WIIon of West Virginia.
Special mill prompt attention given to nil
bulni. Office Kendall building op)
i Rooms 17 and 18
jyjORRIS & DOOLISY,
Law, Rem, Estatk, Com.k.ctino
AOr.NCY AND RUNTAI.S.
Room 3, Konilntl Hiilldliig, Semi St
Attor.vkv at Law,
Looan County AiistraCts.
Oklahoma avonuo, opposite Land ofllcc.
General and Land Attorney.
Twelie car OTperlencc. H.ilUf jcllon
C.uaratilrcil. Prompt and Ef-
Reference: General Land Officers, Okla
S. JONES & SON,
Attorneys at Law,
Went of Capitol National Hank UnlKllng.
C. 0. riornor.
Rooms 23-15, Over Capitol National Hank,
Attorney at Law,
Offlcp nrer "life ItlTf" ClolWIf r.
Attorney at Law,
4F"Office in Leader Building.
J-J D. TODD,
Attorney at Law,
Half block wost of U. S. land oftlco.
D. SMITH & CO.
Attorneys at Law,
Parry. - - Oklahoma.
E2TI have associated with niu In all
cases, S, I). Decker of Uuthrlo.
Office First St. nnd Oklahoma Avo.
Residknce Second St. and Noblo Avo.
A. HUGHES, D. D. S.
Dentistry In all its Branches.
Ofticcf room.35 Beadles Block, over
Capitol National Bank.
JJR. D. STEVENS,
Physician and Surgeon,
McEMIinnoy's Drug Storo Second Si
r B. HOPKINS,
" (Late of Chicngo)
Room 5. Ill Oklahoma Avo
ESTABLISHED APRIL 22, 1889' - --
us Oklahoma Ave. .Small Fruits a Specialty.
All orders for baggage on outgoing I
trains should be left one ' For Free Price List, send to
hour before the train
J ! W. H. HIKES,
OKLAHOMA : .'i't
Instructions in Primary, Inter
medtiae and College courses.
Departments in Music and Art.
Complete Business College.
Faculty of Six Teachers.
7 ' j.ib
219 SOUTH FIRST ST.
Just opened. Everything new
and fresh. Table unsurpassed.
Special attention shown commercial I
trade. Special rates to regular
R. J- LONG. Proprietor.!
i!& . AJiffi t,-.lRHiCSri i,MOUJ!mQ4J$&iLiSiSS3IUk
- . t-"
The most fashionable hgnrdlnu honw nthJ
,'rfcrritpi-y, - 'rim, iki ofiortWMs mymM
toftl llfu ghoul. iTntlfiHrMHtot S-WMrtrtif WW"
r.rilffiiica Xo. IS, North Spcnflil fet. '
I. W. McN'HAL. I'llKHIIIKNT.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
A. J. SEA Y,
Hoard of Directors In
(Jr.o. A. Mktcai.k, President. M. L. TtriiNWt, Uashlrr.
Capital National BanK,
Capital fully paid,
For the Best Work
Leave your Laundry tit
Band Boys Cigar Store.
Gus Rlioads' Cigar Store.
Troy Steam Laundry.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
W. M. KENNARD, Proprlotor.
Kiser. McLean & Co
llavo HAY FOR SALE In carload lots.
HOGS SOLDon. COMMISSION
At Warner's old liven stand (
On Seventh and Noble sts. ,.1
T. L. ROBINSON,
House, Sign and Carriage
rup'-lxil on AppllcHtlon
hi s, , on I Siro-t
Hikes Nursery Go.
All kinds of Trees and Ornamental
Shubbery adapted to
Brick and Stone Work
Will Give L'urnftil attention to
Clsturn and Chimney Work,
Office at Santa Feliouse,tl6 So. 5th St.
Not your llvor pads
but your nnd of lettor
head. It's about
!laytl out and 5011
want onio more.
THE LEADER JOS ROOMS
re turning out tou of
work at short no
tice and ronsounblu
ORDER JOB PRINTING
,'. and avd the
rush The Lkvpkii
oflico is the plaeu to
V-uon c oouto , wio
get fooa w oru
avvqttjr av4W -vsu4
(JKO. II. IIHKKIOT, VlCB-l'ltKSltlK.NT
addition to Hank Ofllcers:
ROUT. MARTIN HUNIIY LINN
W. J. HORSFALL. Cnshlor.
To Man Kenan:
You aid lieu'b) imtilii'd tli.it joii hus ' '
been surd In the piuhutc euiiiliif Logan
countv, Oklalnmia tcrritnrv. I . I 1 1 1 .M .
Kcgaii, In mi action for divorce, and u
iniiM answer tint petition of shI .lohn M.
Retail Med in said court in said
action on or define the :iddayof Jan
unr, IMil. or said petition will I taken
as true ami judgment for divorce ren
dered against you accordingly.
,S. S. L.vviii:xi'i:. I'lpbate .ludgo.
(Iko. l'ltiai:, Attorney roiM'liilntlir.
D.ited NoVeinlxTiiii. jys. :Mdlvv
ItlMlU lf III), l'u ,
e are in rurolnt of tlio sovontli
number of this very Interesting publk
ntlou. It is couuudod that In no other
form will tho proat Coluiubliui Iixpo
sition bean llttintrly portrayed for
Iirusent iihc and permauunt preserva
tion, ns In Till: Hook til' Tin: l'-Vin, a
work of 1,000 imperial folio pageti,
12I(I inohuK, priiitud on tho lineht en
ameled pa)er, and now boing pnb
llslied in '.'."i parts of 10 pajres uaeli, at
SI. 00 a part. Tho work prebunts all
'the features of tho fair and tho mar
velous contents of all the Kivut build
ings. Tlio pnpos nro lllled with scenes
of beauty and utility, such as the fern
mountain under tlio ffretit dome, the
the room in King Lmlwlg's pnlaqe, the
Kluetrle Tower of Light, the CJiteen of
l''ugland'H tapestry, the Trench I'a
viliou. thu Dohomany Village, the
llaltlu Ship and ten thousand more.
The book Ik for all lime and sliould be
in every household.
We understand that there i an op
portunity for u few more competent
persouu to canvass fur the superb
book, and we know of no more praise
worthy orprotitublo.oceupulion. Tlioe
interested can write to the liuiKroft
coni)iany, to Auditorium, Chicago.
I havo tho most comploto
stock of sllvorwaro over
brought to tho city at prices
wayuovvn. C. W. White, loacl
Dr. W. U Furrow has moved from
tho old Commercial block to the Lipe
building, 1U Oklahoma avenue, south
side of thu street, where he has ll.ed
up a tine otliou and iiuw has the bent
dental rooms in the city. All kinds of
gofd crow ns, porcelain crowns and
brid-fos for the insertion of por
celain teetli without a plate practi
cally inserted. Hold tilling nlso a
specialty. A new method for ex
tracting toeth without pain (freeziugr
tho gums). Ciin furnish plenty of te
timouiulb. A full set of teeth for $10.
Call and set) me before liuviug work
done elsewhere, l'euiember the loca
tion. W. K I'l KBi'VV,
VV liny s, cnul llunil (iniiiU,
Wanted Wo want to buy second
hand goods of every description
clothing a specialty tnther up ull
your old clotliiw, broken mid dllnpi
cuitmi lurniiui-e una nring them o
leuve word at 111 Kast Oklnliouia ave.
nue and wo will rail at your residence
and pay you the cash for them.
ftlli Ut't.llKM ,t I'l LB.
Diamonds, gold wntchas
and flno Jowolory for Christ
mas prosonts. Largest and
ilnost stock In Oklahoma.
Choapost place in tho city for
flno goods. C. W. White,
loading Jowolor. stc
(liinulne home-made mince
1 1 avo you tried thivsc iignrs at I
(o'b drug store? ?tJ-t
supreuic ourl Iti port
Hound copies of t, , tit" '
Oklahoma Supreuu l iuit repi rts cm
be had upon application to Hdgar
Jones, territorial librarian.
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mw nmu onnuirtij
Mil WVlli 3MVM
ANNUAL rJBPdHT OP TMtJ
If S A
Jliijnrlty iinfl Altimrlty ItBimrt Submit
teil nttiinlnin or tlm Lliiminatl Ser
le Why Air. .roliimm Dlnnwfiloil
nml Win lilKiuU.eil hjr Ihu
I'rrdilrnt lntt'rmtliit- Htn-
, tlnlluiil Jnrnriiiiilloii,
I'AllIB, Dec. II. -After u day of Treat
ancHsnieiit, following the esplonlonof
the bomb In tho chamber of deputies,
tho Ritthoritim have the bomb tluower
In eimtody. The nil.icreaiit H named
Marclml. Ho I nlao known as Vail
hint He la an anarchist nnd lm made
a ft. 11 confession, lie wns uniong the
wounded tnkon to thu hospital and
hud his noo ulinott blown off
Vuillnnt, It was reported br the
polloe. Is MR years old and had lived a
roving life. During this roving Vail
Innt passed several years in Ituenos
Ayros, and In 1HS? he returned U
I'Vtince and married lie now has two
children. Vuillnnt, however, soon de
serted his wife. Vuillnnt has been
identified with the extremist branch
of the socialists and with the regnlur
nnnrchlst groups. Ho made himself
prominent by tho incendiary nature
of his speeches and by his bitter de
nunciations of the llourgeolse, and
eventually became a member of the
committee of revolutionary socialists
of thu Klglitecuth arrondissemeut of
After being hard pressed by tlio no
lice tlio prisoner acknowledged his
inline was Vaillaut and confessed he
had thrown the bomb which, in ex
ploding, wounded nearly u hundred
people in the chamber of deputies.
When questioned ns to his reasons for
attempting to kill so lnanv people,
Yaillant replied defiantly: "1 wished
todeil a thoroughly dram Uic blow at
the institutions of the country, and
wished to cause n great sensation. I
endeavored to aim tlio bomb at M.
Dupuv (the president of the chamber
of deputies). 1 glory in the act, and
I only regret my hand swerved and
that the bomb did not evplodo near
There wns so much bitter hatred in
the anarchist's tone as ho delivered
1 is detiance and gloried lit his crlmu
that even the public prosecutor start
ed and seemed to grow pale.
lie said tho bomb was a little iron
Hnucepan, which lie biuglitat a bazaar
near the Hotel de Ville The bomb
saucepan, when loiiled. contained, ho
said, "a number of nails, which -you
found on the lloor of tho chamber.
Inside tlio snueepau was n tube witli a
compressed center. In the tube were
picric ucld unit prusiatcof sodn, these
being separated at the Miint whore
the tube was compressed by a small
ball of cotton saturated with sulphuric
acid, which at a given moment would
k' consumed In' the sulphhric acid, thus
alio ing the picric acid and priisbiulo
to mix and cause nn explosion "
Tho Anarchist then described in
detail a vnretv of objects which ho
ttaid would be found in his lodgings at
the Hotel Del Union, 70 Kuo D.iguerre,
where Vaillaut lived under tlio name
of Marcluil, "Hut," Vaillaut added,
"if you are going to search my room,
you had bettor be careful In disturb
ing things unless von want to bo
blown to pieces I advise you especial
ly to be careful in handling a lux
which is full of explosives "
In consequence of this declaration,
M. lioullier, Lepiue and Mevor, tho
examining judges, accompanied by tho
commissary of police, went to the
Hotel D,d Union, and ascertained
there that Vaillaut had eight duvs
previously hired u furnished room in
.that establish moil L Unoy proceeding
to search this room the authorities
found a number of nails exactly similar
to those found scattered about the
chamber of deputies after the explo
sion. They also found a saucepan
like tlie one described by Vaillaut and
which he had evidently discarded ba
cause it wiin a tnllo too larjre to be
carried about without danger of de
Continume: tlicsi'arch, the authori
ties found the trunk mentioned by
Valiant and opened It cautiously, but
they found it did not contain aiiy ex
plosives The articles mentioned, as
well as a number of others found in
Vaiilant's room, were conveyed to an
ippartiiient in the law courts, where
they were placed under seal pending
The otticluls ehnrged with the In
vestigation of the cxpioHuiu ascer
tained that V.iilhint has been decid
ediv mysterious in his movements re
cently, and that he was out n grent
deal and rural v spoke to the puople in
the hotel. Vaillaut continues to pre
tend to be utterly indill'ereiit as to the
consequences of his crime, ami speaks
of it as though it did not concern him
in tho slightest.
The ceilmc of the chauib r of depu
ties is peppered with nails and small
pieces of iron. The injured are nil
doing well, and it is not believed that
any will die.
Oitti'niiiii nr mi Ohl I'uril,
I'OKT Wohiii, Tex.is, Dee. 11. Cap
tain VUlltaiii McDonald, commanding
Company It, state rangers, one of the
biiivesl of the peace oHicers of tho
state of Tevis, was shot down and
mortally wounded by a parly of four
men headed by Mierilt John 0.
Mathews of ChiUlress, who came down
to Quanah, McDonald's homo, where
Ihe affray occurred. The shooting
js thai vault of an old fued.
Ill.le lit u Chlrio llel.l.
UltAOO, Dec i. -, blaze in the
(irdlt Northern hotel early yesterday
morning created a lively panic among
the guests of tho north side of the
building. The Haines were con tilled
Ui a ventilating shaft, which extends
from Ihe baseincul to the roof, four
teen slot ies above The loss is f.00
The general supply store of Neal
Lvansal 11 lie no. Ok , was destioed
b lire los.s IHO.UUU
i ur Uelll.
A nicely furnished front room with
stove at Mrs. Lsllerly's, 4U5 K. Clevu
laud. 307 i
Now you must buy boots and shoos,
l'bis weather compels vm to. Will-
nelinv. a lis ll.iiriv.m avenue, oun
- n e v .11 1 1 1 1 1 III t li.l' . lie.
1 1 U) i'iio linuof mnalnnl
ucwl .. ?u,.iri,. mandolins
violinsand banjos. Fine goods
at low prices. C. VV VVhltO,
l' nt'i ". i i w. f u tilt,-, at
int .mvu "store Wednesday uiirliu i
p-iut8. itu av wiuuui
f 119 U. A. fit li(j il Ulrtilidr 1)11
Miiftc . i
oTf fise.'U-Thfi MloWtnff ftf
fleial circular has been issued by Com- ,
maiulcr-in-Chlof Adams of the Grand
Army of the ltepnbllc: I
Li xx, Mass., Dec. 1. Whereas, the
president of tho United KtnUS in his
message to congress has stated that
thousands of neighborhoods have their
well known fraudulent pensioners,
nnd as tho Q. A It. Is to encourage
honor nnd purity In public nnulrs, 1
therefore oall tho attention of nil tho
comrados, posts and departments of
our order to tho statement of the
president and to urge them to report
to tho honorable commissioner of pen
sions, Washington, D. ('., any person
known to be in receipt of a pension
not justly entitled to tho same under
the law and to forward a duplicate
of snld roport to these headquarters at
Tho information that comes to those
headquarters daily of comrados to
tally disabled whoso pensions have
been suspended, and of widows whose
husbands were killed in battle, being
suspended until thov enn prove that
their husbands were nnturalled citi
zens of the United States, leads the
commander-in-chief to believe that
that statement Is broader than can Un
substantiated by facts.
If these wi'iin? really ovist, the
eouiiiinndor-in-chicf pledges tho sup
port of the Cinmd Army of tho Re
public to those who attempt, in tlie
lino of duty, to rectify these wrongs,
assuring them that the Union veterans
are as anxious to guard tho treasury
of the nation in time of peace as tney
were to defend its ling in time of war.
A NERVY MF.SSENGEH.
lip llirnT4 il Tl.illl Ciilillfi- Out of IIU
Ciir After il III Sirriitn 1'llit.
ISi.oominoto.v, 111., Dec. 11. When
the Lake ISric west-bound passenger
train stopped at tho Illinois Centr.il
crossing Saturday night, a mile and a
half south of this city, thore was a
crash of glass in tlie window of the
United States express ear, tho mes
senger looking up saw a inin'snrm
through the door, his Irmd re.ic ling
for tho latch. Tho messenger was tin
armed, his revolver lying with his
belt at the other end of the ear with
a pile of packages worth S.,onn. 'The
messenger did not hesitate but leaped
for the door. As he moved, the door
opened nnd the mm rushed in The
messenger grappled with the robber,
the intruder clutching the messenger's
throat. Tlie s niggle ended in the
messenger hurling the robber out
through tho door to the ground and
shutting nnd locking the door. Tlie
train proceeded to this city whore tho
messenger told his str.tngo' story Ills
face was scratched, cut and brused;
his vest and shirt torn open down tho
back, nnd tho straps of his overalls
It M.iy ltu I!iMiiniiiil AkiiIii In
JtrrrAUJ, N. V., Dee. 11. Tlio
Lehigh strike may be reopened in all
its intensity. An olllcial circular has
been' prepared addressed to the em
ployes on the Northern (KuJTalo) di
vision announcing u reduction in
Tlie pecullnr feature of this oider is
that il will not eil'ect tlio Lehigh's
old employes who did not go out on u
strike last month They ,uro to re
ceive the old wages ns u reward for
their lidolity to tho company's inter
ests. Thu now schedule will elVect
the "scabs" and taken back brother
hood men alike aud,alouo.
Tu Ire Ititruuil to tlio !
Si llVNIov, I'a , Dec. 11.
Dec. 11. The Kim
pis'-opal church, tho I
lost complete church I
I'aik Methodist 1
handsomest and mo
of tiiedenomiuatlon in 1'eniisylvania,
was formally dedicated yesterd iy
The dolicatory serv ice will continue
through the week. The church is a
magnificent stone structure and has
been completed at a cost of about
S.I0i),ooo. Tlyj building was twice
burned to the ground by incendiary
(Ires, before it was completed
IColilinri (; it l. tilt.
Vakiik.v. fJhlo. Dee. II. At an early
hour yesterday mraiug six miskcd
men entered tlie house of ,Iohn lleed
er, a wealthy farmer of lirooklield.
this county, and bound and gagyed
him and his wife and family The
burglars then ransacked the" house,
but secured nothing. They expected to
I'nr V loli.tliisr I.nttirv I.i4.
lioisr. Id., Dee. II. T. T Williams,
business manager, and W. A. Hearst,
ownerof the Examiner, San Unuiciseo,
were indicted by tho federal grand
jury on tho charge of violating the
lottory laws of tho United Stntos by
bending papers containing lottery
udvertisements to obtain subscribers
through the malls.
Dill Nut Itoi row Mouny,
Dkthoit, Mich, D?c 11 Trunk A.
Small, business manager of Mrs .lolin
Drew's compiny, denies emphatically
thuidport that Mrs. Drew borrowed
any money from .lohn L. Sullivan or
any other person in Chicago in order
to get her company out of lliuwieial
Wcslern Trmolem' Aoi'latnn,
St. Loris, Mo, Dec. 11 Over 100.
members of thu Western Travelers'
1'rotective association met at the Lin
dell hotel to name n ticket for olllcors
and directors (ieorge S.JMct!niw, ev
president of the nntioual order, was
chosen to run for president.
(toliiriiiln ll.illro.uU llioikHil,
Sai.iiiv, (ol, Dec II. Tho ltlue
river branch nf tlio Ilio Ornnde
Lho Ilio (Irande uas
the rotary plow
clear tlie line. A lionvy lull was re
liorted on the eutire system, especially
jt leadviltc, Creled I'uttu and .Mon
arch. A Itriliiutlmi lii VV'iii;..
livvtl.l., Mass., Dec. II. A reduction
of from 10 to 20 pr cout -n w-.iges of
operatives at the hhaw stocklug com
imny's factories Is announced to take
ell'ect at once. About half the em
ployes nru aiVocted
Dr. Smart has moved his office over
ilcKlVllnnuy's drug store
Don't buy any Jowolory until '
you got. my prices, i will save
you mony on good goods. C
..: Lillie A Co.. have received
"their invoice of dulls for the holi.lay
lra,l "'J'1 tluY "''J 1h " -Nhibitin
f1"'"1 "Vt.nbcr 1. n, the Vutor
luildiiiL'. . orm r llurrix n and 1 rst
n-ct 1 i.c , r 'inisc He l.idus
itTi, foius a treat, as the u.sp av
bt'rnass anvthlrir ever shown in th
i a . J J. !'. -aji4
jar v Jtfy it i , s ' l t t
IS FOR YOUR COMFORT
To know that Guthrie possesses the-largest and
most complete f .rniture. house in the territoi y, where
can be.found as choice a selection of Furnii lire, Car
pels, Draperies, Rus, Pictures and Picture Frames
as one would wish, and at prices as low as any
ial and eomp ete I i , 1 -rtnl.in
TT" . I -
I' III 11! till KZ I
V "" fe
.ucaiB served in hrst-class style a' .ill hours. South side Harrison
between ! irst and Second streets
Stillwater and Orlando
iverv barns at "-till water
improved facilities for earrjinir passentjers between thes- two points. Tcair
always readj' to btart .it any time in tlie day and -.'turn at your pleasure.
The shortest and quickest route between (.uthrio and Mill water is via Orlando
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE
Rates SL25 Per Oev,
Cor. zd St. and Harrison Ave., :-:
The English K
WYATT cK: CO.
Finest Bar In the Territory.
JOHN T. BRICKNER,
Contractor and Builder,
Fstim.itcs furn -,hcl ,in IbnhlinKS
of all It-ii riptum. I'crntorial
tgent for U S. Roof Paint.
Office 109 North First Street.
T i n. r' r
Jewelry: - : Manufacturer.
liven thinjj in the Jiwtlrj line Made to order.
Badges and Special Work Solicited. Practical Watchmaker.
All work GuSrantrc-d. Cor. Vilas av.and Second st.
ARKANSAS CITY MILLING CO
Ml. i - M
3PLOUR ANDPRRD )
Iclcphone 3S. p, v.
0 li &ZIRZ3 U 3 SrcW Seciz7T SaasB
pirMin'iit w it b ii sl.il ed
nan in chnrge.
Like Tour Mother
VAN WYCK, Prop'",
:mil Orliimln. Tim luo nl timm.. -,.,..
UU UlLLdl sS.
OF THE BEST in the CITY,
105 West Harrison.