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fLMTRIIKP At TlCf POAT-OpriCR AT RVTIIRIK, OK, tS SkCOND-CLASS MATTER.
Omes op rtjBLiCAViom IUxdhoh Avskvr
GUT11RLE, OKLAHOIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Wl, 1893.
$125 ORGAN GIVEN AWAY !
MURRAY & WILLIAMS
ml pel a chance on nn
GIYEN AWAY NEW
Wc give one chance Ith every dollar's
Corner Firsi SI. and Oklahoma Ave
SPEED AND FLYNN.
A DAMAGING LETTER WHICH
SHOWS FRAUD IN HIGH
A LAW SUIT T..AT NEVER CAME.
Tim lli-ilim- anil I'mnld-il Trail if ITnlt.il
Mu 11 llltlri-t At urn .1 1 1 urn re
II Sp. i il Vnr. Itmli 11.
That Horn o Jl pcuil isapoUti.nl
tyrant and hus used liisolllciul position
to grainy pt'ivato wnlms and greed is
nn 1m ontioveitlble fact. 'I'll u lollow
ing letter written bj him snows him
in nnotlier light - thai of compounding
felony and u&iug his nlll ml position tu
shield Dcmns Ply nil, dub (jute to con
gress Piynn was gttliiy of niul
fcitbHiiic in the pohlotlUo, but his do
falcaliom were covered up by biich
men as Spued. lion the pieaentad
ininistratiou iiimu into powur tliu in -count
wan fcotiL toSjc-d to institute
hiiit against J lynn. lint, strangely,
tho bint was never brought Now
what does Alloiney Speed bay of
crooUednuhb'.' N i v. under thu peoplo
cry out against hpecd's outrage when
as district attorney he suppresses ovi
dunces of crime J'he tell tulo, letter ib
in Mr. Specd'b own handwriting. A
copy of it has been forwarded to
Washington Hero is tho letter
(irinnih, ok.. Auu.s, lsai.
T. 11. UMe), Cleik of District Couit,
l)i:.ll sin lucloed hcicwllh Is a suit
against Mi. Kb tin on hi- bond ami his
sum tie-, MiNral and ltfeeher. l'ljnn
duos not contest the eae and admits the
ainuiiut. He wishes, hov, cut, some Ju
dicial plot-ceilings, that he ma. base
upon 1 lifin his application to congiei.s for
lelief, a-the sum dialled aifulllsl him Is
inline) paid by liim foi I lie line of clclks
at Uulhiii' in eail) das.
l'lraM'ilo not penult this to liecoiue
public, as il uiIkIu anect .Mr. l'Mviin ami
it liiiuht alleel Mr. McXenl, and I would
MiKKi'bt that tliej II.- Khcuafeu hours
to-ilii) in w hicli to entei their appeal auce
without ail) wilts lM'ili Usiieil. Verj
tiuly outs, MoiiAC'i: bi'KKti.
I'nlifsl .Matey Altm ue.
PRIVATE BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
l.i ilru liutlirli- 'I Hh if l In- l'mnoim Cljiln r
I.edru Outhrie. -ho was sent out
from Washington to lebtify before
Speid'-s jjr.ind jury, ab to the purpoit
of the cipher tele-jiams usud during
thjj htrip opening, lils this to bay re
gardiiiK tlie matter: "That story of
i.lio cipher telegram is simply one of
lioiv three men failed ii ti private en
terprise. am inholf the author of
the cipher and ouirht to know whereof
I speak. Tho hUtnry of the whole af
fair can be told in brief hpqco and so
far from savoring of tin avyfal eonspir-
wJSrH " WIUlAlte. TIIK TAILOR. S&Cfl
f !ge6." "h7 willisT I
w , o
" 4tiuc thu nn !
vk B fall 9 JrslLi SbIij t"
M:i) In 1 1 nfti r be found by his fi lends and patrons at
105 OKLAHOMA AVENUE
Ills Mock Is icpli'tc u Ith all the noM'ltliis of
the schm.Ii. Good workmanship and tit gnat-aiiti'i-d.
t 3 -
WIi.I-. Till 1AILOU'.
dopant ?l '"i Organ
north of goods purciinscu at our store.
Wr hnr ttio flurt lino of
In Oklahoma anil at prices to stilt
piitchuscis die ns a tiitil and be
com iiici il.
- Next to Guthrie National Bank.
aey clearly explains a single business
enterprise that wus beifuu too late to
n hieesu cess even if it liad ever
been possible to have realized the
hoi os of its promoters."
The threo men were Guthrie, Harry
Ilueon nnd Mr Knight. Their scheme
wus legitimate, and regardeil allot
ments. It failed, and but three tele
grams were sent. They were used by
ll.ii.Dii and were very unintelligible. Mr
llutlirlo speaks in high terms of Com
missioner Lamorcaux and says the
"cipher fraud business" is more rot.
Mr. Gntlirii further says Mr fcpeed
will be woefully disappointed in him
u a grand jury witnes.
(Irurriil .IuiiiImiiii .mi Dunn.
Ni:v Kiiik. Dee. 11. 1S.H.
Kditor Dally Leader:
I see in the Daily Lkaihsii of the
11th a call signed by K1. Ij. Dunn,
Se ictarv of the Democratic Tern-
loiinl Central CommlHee, for n meet
ing of the committee to be held ut i'.i
lleuo Deiember Istli, 1MI3, with the
allegcil autliorlty of "two-thirds of
said committee" authorizing tho call,
but without giving the names of any
one of the alleged "two-thirds."
Now it strikes me that this is an un
usual proceeding The call also starts
out with the statement 'hat the Chair
m in in a published interview denied a
request from tills same "two-thirds"
of said lotnmillcc to call a meeting,
and inferenlially therefore he, the
secretary, assumes from this that it is
his duty to issue the call I deny the
right of Seoiotury Dnnn toussumoany
such aulhorily, and more especially
since he omits to state m the call the
names of tliib "two-thirds," or anyone
of them. More than this, if Secretary
Dunn really fools tho necessity for this
i all. why didn't lie call it at the capi
tal of the terri'oiy as is usually the
custom and to the convenience of the
people. And still further, I am a lit
tie astonished that the call states that
part of the duty of the meeting of the
I Slh will be to give the strip counties
representation on the territorial com
millee. I apprehend that tile btiip
counties will select their own repri
houtnttves on said tommittcc at the
proper time and in their own way, and
when the central committee is regi -larly
called to transact the business of
the Demo, ratic party of this torri'ory,
they will apply for ail mission properly
credeutialed and be admitted.
If it is ne ebsnry to hold a mecttng
of the committee at this time, let the
i oustittttcd authorities issuo a cull to
these "strip counties" to send properly
accredited delegations n it, so that in
the deliberations of the committee
these "strip counties, may liave a
vnau in su h deliberations, and not
have to stand by. like the boy at tho
pump, with their thumbs in their
mouths unable to speak.
I. C. .Iamiso.c.
FokSM.k A ludy's ponj
ir Mirth rim strret.
THE DILL BEFORE THE
DEMOCRATS FINISH US REVISION,
SIhiijt CIisiicm Made From Ail Vlortn
( Sprclllc Untie Hoc tlin 1 til t W
FlMt Mado Public Itnpulitlciu
.Mrmlmr OITrr Amend m.mt
Which Are l'roinptly
Wasih.voto.v, Dec. 12. Tho revtsed
tarlll bill was laid buforo tho ways
and means committee yesterday. The
changes which have bejn made dur
ing tho two weeks have been noted
from lime to time, tho most luiDortant
being pearl buttons nnd tin
plate. Members of the majori
ty of the committee say the
changes made are mostly from
ad valorem to specific duties where
such changes wer.e necessary from a
business stand point. The bill was
taken up by the full cummi' tee by '
sections, and the Republican members
ottered annulments and discussed
the bill irom time to ti ne. It is the
intention of the majority members to
vote down all amendments o He red by
the Re lublicans and report the bill
as soon as possible in its present re
During the discussion of one bill,
ex Speaker Reed of Maine olTi red a
resolution, w hlch recited that as it
wi.s shown ihal under the proposed
bill the revenue, would be S7.',00(),000
short, it was desirable that the com
mittee be informed in what way tills
dutieiuncv should be met
Mr. Wilson replied tnis deficiency
would be made up by internal revenue
taxation, but that these schedules
wero not 3'et completed. The reso u
tion wus laid on the table b a parly
The changes which are made in tho
tariff b.U since it was given to tho
public two weeks ago are as follows:
Tin plate, from 10 per cent ad va
lorem, to 1 l-."i cents per nouud, with n
provision that tho reduction snail not
go into effect until October 1, Is!) I.
Pearl buttons, from 10 per cent nd
valorem, to 1 cent per line and lr per
cent ad valorem
Velvet and tapestrv. velvet carpets,
figured or plain, printed on the w irp
or otherwise, unit all carpels or car
peting of a lino charictur or descrip
tion, increased xrom .. to
30 per cent
--- '- --
Tapestry Ilruss2ls carpets, plain or
jured, and all carpcts'or car.ieting
ot like character or de-criotiou, print
ed on thu warn or otherwise, increased
from 25 to 30 per cent ad valorem.
Tieblo ingrain, three pit nnd all
chain, Venetian carpets, increased
from 15 to 30 per cent ad valorem.
Wool, Dutch nnd two ply Ingrain
carpets, from 20 to 2.1 per cent ad
Druggets and backings, printed,
colored or otherwise, felt carpeting,
ligured or plain, from 20 to 25 per
cent ad valorem.
Saxony. Wilton and Towmay velvet
carpets, ligured or plain, and all
carpeting of like character, from 2.1 to
30 per cent ad valoiem.
Carpets and carpeting of wool, flax
and cotton, or c imposed of part of
either, not specinlly provided for in
this act, from 20 to 2.1 per cent ad
A change is made in the Urn when
the woolen schedule sh ill go into ef
fect. The iirst print of the bill stated
that tlio woolen schedule shall go into
elTect duly 1, HOI, nnd that on nil
rates of duty in the woolen schedule,
exec t on carpets 'here shall bo a re
duction of I cent on the pound until
the year I'JOO This is changed so that
the woolen scale slrvll go into effect nt
the same time as the remain ler of the
bill, and that the reductions which
are to follow will bo on all wo dens
except carpets, there being no change
in this pai ticular provision
Thesillc schedule is now as follows:
"Silk partially manufactured from
cocoons or from waste bilk unit not
further ndwuced or manufactured
thnn carded or combed silk, S5 cents
per pound. Thrown silk, not inoro
advanced than cingles, tram or gan
ine sewing silk, twist, floss and silk
threads or varus of every description,
except spun silk, 2.1 per cent nd valor
em; spun silk in skeins cops, warps or
pn beams, 30 per cent .id valarcm."
Changes in the cotton schedule aro
as follows: Cotton thread, yarn, warp
or warp yarn, whether single or ad
vanced be on l the condition of single
b group ng or twisting two or more
single yarns together, whether on
beams or in bundles, skeins or cops, or
n any form except spnd thread, or
eoHon.lieieinaftor provided for, valued
at not exceeding 15 cents per
pound (in new print at M cents
per pound) 2u pur cent ad valorum;
valued it oyer 15 cents, per pound (now
print 12 cents per pound) nnd not ex
ceeding 30 cunts (now prints 20 cents)
per i omul, '.'.1 per rent ad valorem;
valued at over 30 cents (now prints 20
erntsi per pound and not exceeding 10
pentx (new bill 30 cents) per pound, 30
per cent nil valorem; valued at over II
cents (new bill 30 cents and not ex
ceeding 10 cents) per pound, 11 per
cent nd valorem
Tho pew bill has this condition
" Valued at over 10 cents per pound,
JO per cent ad valorem "
In the pottery schedules the follow
Magneslc Hrcbrlck, from freo list to
SI per ton; clays and earth", wrought
nr manufactured, decreased from S'i
to 1 per ton.
Tho following is left out of the new
While granite common wnrc, plnln
white or cream colored, lu-tcrcd or
printed unc er glaze in n single color,
sponged, di ped or edged wire, 30
per cent ad valorem Undccorated
china, porcelain, earthen and stone
warp, etc., reduced from 40 to 3.1 per
cent ad valorem and decorated ft oin
i i to 10 per cent.
The following lias been added to
the wood schedele-
Taken from the free list Lumber
of any sort, planed or tin. shed on each
bide; planed or finished. 10 cents per
1,000 feet, Imur d luvubure, urn! if
planed on one ido and tongucd nnd
grooved, SI per 1 'Hlf feet board
measure: nnd It pinned on two side
and tongucd nnd grooved, SI SO per
1.000 feet, board measure: nnd in cs
titiiatiiifr b 'irtl measure under this
scno lulo no deduction shall bo made
on board measure on account of
planing, tongumg nnd grooving
Collodion, to 45 per eont nil valorem
Ltiicrs, Increased irom '.'. to
cents per pound.
Acetate of Iuail.
whito or broun.au
litharge, .10 per cent nd valorem in old
bill, changed to wluto. "-"f eont- per
pound; brown, i cents; litharge, l't
Nitrate of lead, from 30 pr cent ad
valorem to cents per pound.
Orange, mineral mill rod lend, 8(S
per cent ad valorem in old bill; now,
orange mineral, cents per pound;
red lead, l'i cents per pound.
White lead nnd white paint contain
ing1 lead, dry or in pulp, or ground or
mixed with oil, 30 per eont ad valor
em; changed to ll'j cents p.T pound.
rerro-m.iiiganeso, Inserted nt 10 pur
cent nd viilorem.
Common black Iron nnd steel plate,
from 3,'i per cent ud valorem to tMO
Wire, increased from .lu to 3, per
Load shoets, from 1 to 1 .'4 cents per
Malt, increase from SO to 25 par
from 10 to S cents of cubic
Choeolnto'confectlonery inserted at
20 per cent nd valorem.
Champ.igno, restored to present
Twine of hemp, increased from 10
to .10 per cent ad valorem
Oil cloth, from X'O to L'5 per cent.
Laces, edgings, embroideries. In
sertions, neck millings, niching, trim
mings tickings, lace window eurtiins
and other similar tamboured articles
and articles embroidered by hand or
iiuTchinery, embroidered or hem
stitched 'handkerchiefs and articles
made wholly or in part o lace, ruf
illugs, tuekiugs or ruchiugs, fiom 33
f er cent to 10 per cent
Burlaps, added to dutiable list ut 1
pei cent ml valorem.
ltriishes and feather dijsters, in
ci eased fro n -.1 to 30 per cent.
.Jewelry, Sli to 3."i per cent.
Petroleum, crude or rellned, ndded
to free list if country importing ad
mits American product free.
Original drawings and sketches and
artists' proofs of clchinrrs and ongrnv
iugs anil statuary of wood, added to
Mother of pearl, sawed and cut,
taken from free list.
The limit of value of wearing np
pirel of persons returning fion. for
eign countries reduced from S-00 to
rrtitrnt AlCilnit tint Hill.
Qt'iscv, Mass., Dec. 1 a. Over
granite cutters havo signed the
,. , .... ... .
' 'owing petition wiiten is anout to
sent to Washington: ,
Ta the Va s an 1 Me inn Committee
V Hie unilrrsUncd. uranlto cutters
polishers nt Quincy. Mas , ri'sx'i-tfully
uarnostly iietitlou your lioi lr.iblo boly to
I in ilnluln the pro-ii-iil 1 1 ier cent .nt valorem
uuiy nn uretM-il t-rjinic- Mioulil inu duly nr
1 per ic t us proposed Uv thu ncu bill, no
Into i-tTi-ct, our work hIII )w tnknu from ih tiv
tin pouny paid uorktnen oi liiirnpu
The operatives of the Ailington mills
at Lawrence, Mass., are circulating a
petition protesting against the reduc
tion of duty on imported fubric-t. it
is being signed by operatives in all de
partments of the mills.
HAH All A.N lUHIti:sf)M)i:.Nrii
It Will CimiiNI of sci-ii niiiur- of
'1 Iiiiiii mil I'ugiw i;irli
Wasiunuo. Dcj. 12. Perhaps the
largest document that ever left the
h public printer's olllco will make its
appearance when the correspondence
concerning the Hawaiian controversy
Is made public. It will be in seven
, volumes, and about 1,000 pages to tho
i volume. With this estimate it will
cost Sll.000 to print.
It lias been promised that nil tho
correspondence relativu to Hawaiian
alVairs since lss2 will be made public.
Thu letters which passed between
Minister Stevens and Secretary lllatuu
will be by no means thu least interest
ing of the correspondence
A Nfw Moxlru i;Mi.rur .Miirilnrcil.
Ls Vkoas, X. M., Dec 1J. .lohn
Doghertv, cx-sherill of Mora county,
when sitting in his otHco in Mora
reading the papers, with flvo of his
children playing nbout him, was tired
upon through the window a.i.l killed.
He leaves a widow and twelve chil
dren. He was wealthy The jailor
of the county was arrested on .sus
picion. Illoodhouuds were takuu over
from tho neuitentiary at Santa I'e to
Mora to track tho assassins. Tho
brother of the muidurnd man his of
fered S-'.OOO reward for tho capture of
An Acril W inn in Crmu ttt-il
Faykttk, Mo, Dec 11 --L ist night,
whue (Ins Winch (colorod) and family
were at church in Payette, his dwell
ing house and its contents and S50 in
cash wure burned nix After tho heat
had subsided tho body of old Aunt
Delphia Hrooks, nuirly 10 1 years old
was found. Her head, urius'aud legs
wore burned off, nothing but tho
charred chest boing found. She had
been left in the house and must ha vo
accidentally ilrcd the building
Inillclud for Urliiilmil l.llicl.
' El. Kk no. Ok., Dec 12. Tho grand
jury has returned Indictments against
II. W. Sawyer, editor of the Kl Reno
Herald, and T. V. Hcnslcy, editor of
the Hi Reno Democrat, for criminal
liboi; also ugaln-it .ludgo Jjnn H Pit
zer, judge of the probito court, for
spreading libelous reports. All of thu
parties are in high standing, and tho
jndictmants have created quite a sen
sation. 'Ilennrpln" .Murphy i r.ul.
Wabiiinotov, Dec. 12. Hon Jere
miah II. Murphy, ex-member of con
gress from low i, died hero yesterday
from drops, lie served in the Forty-
eighth anil Forty-ninth congresses,
and was well known throughout the
1 country as "Hennepin" Murphy for
his championship of thu Hennepin
. canal project.
I convent lliirnt-d nt It mix, Ind. Trr.
' McAi.KSTr.it, Ind. Ter, Dec 12.
Last night, at Kreus, Ind Ter , tho
Catholiu convent caught cm flro and
was burned to tho ground. Loss
. 84,u, with irtial iiitwruivoo.
SWEEPING DEPRESSIVE MEAS
STEBN ACTION BY THE DEPUTIES.
llir I'n il.liliirilt nl Ini'llcmi-nt to
Aimn-hr nr Mm I'uti li (tl.irllle itlmi
ol Oiilmci's Simla- I'mml mixture
"I ho .Miiniifiictiiri- unit s,,n
nT IEkiIiiIi4 ItfjtiliMuil
lij- I tin Pn Ir -.
PA r, Dec. 13. Atu cabinet council
hold yesterday nfternooti bills were
agreed upon to b snbnitiel to the
chamber providing for the ropras-siou
M. Casiinlr-I'erier presmited the new
measures In the chamber He dwelt
upon tho necessity of passing ihom,
saying they would not encroach upon
true liberty. His remarks wero
greeted with profound cheering.
The first of these bills makes It a
penal offense to publish incitements
to commit on ti ages by the use or ox-plosive-;
the second bill restitutes the
manufacture and possession of ex
plosives; the third bill extends the
powers of the polico for t io rep esslou
of annrehlst outrages: th fourth bill
p.vldcs for police supervision of uu-
r dst societies
in spite of protests from the Social
ists, an immediate ills Mission of the
bills was ordered and thu incisure
was dually passed b, a vote of ll.l to
13 ), nud thu chamber then adjourned
lion Tlmt Ho
Diligent 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I'jiII- to
llml Arciiniillr i.
Puns, Dec. l'J. M. Meyer, the ex
nmiiig magistrate, has made n vigor
ous inquiry into the movements of
Vaillnnt recently, without, up to now,
being able to determine that he had
The minister of justice visited Vail
lnnt to question him with regard to
his motive for com uittlng the crime.
In responding to the minister's ques
tion Vaillant replied: "It would bo
useless to explain inv motive You
are a bourgeois and would not under
Itmm IliinUiir linn leti-d ol
ln;r I'p llnpiMltnrs.
L'l. llr.No, Ok., Dee. 12. In the
case of tho State vs S W. Sawyer, on
the charge of receiving money under
false pretenses, the jury late Saturduy
night luturned a crdict of guilty.
Tho case dates back to two years ago,
when thu defendant was in the bank
ing business in this city, lu .Inly,
lbitl, he claimed his bank was robbed
I of several thousand dollars, the oss
of which forced the Lank to the wall
The statu held in this ise that tho
defendant received money on deposit
when lie know his liauk was insolvent.
rim i-iii h tor 1.111k.
Lnnr. Ro k Ark , Dec 12 Judge
Sanborn overruled a motion for a new
trial in the Allis ease mid sentenced
the prisoner, Horace (i. Allis, ex pres
ident of the First National bank of
this city, to live years imprisonment
in St- .lames prison, llrookiyn.
KELLY TO DETIDE.
Noted .New nrl( I'lriu Mill Dltioltr
In lliu S-lni;.
Kk.w Youk. Dee. 12 The World
states that the old and well known
banking house of Hugcno Kelly X Co
will bu dissolved in the spring The
lirm consists of Mr. Kelly, his two
sons, Kdward and Hugune, and
Joseph A Donohnu of Sail Princisco,
the head of the Donohoc Kelly Hank
ing company of tnat city.
Aniitlinr MiirdiTnl Clinrtr.
Caimi , Ind Ter, Dec. 12 A gen
tlumau came to town from near the
mouth of llluu creek and roportid the
finding of another dead Choctaw,
named Jotar Nuytubby. Ho was
killed at tho famu tunu Mos.es was,
about one week ago, but his horse
carried him about 100 yards from
where Mos-s body lay
ilniiiliii Sumlllui; Wiirka Cut Wiiriu.
Omviia, Xob., Dec. Vi The Omaha
smelting works hat reduced its force
of mun about twepty-llvu per cent
since December I and a reduction of
five to ten per cent In wages has been
miiilu Secretary Xash said that if
tuu price of silver and lea 1 dous not
Improve so tho minus can 1m reopened
a still further reduction is likely. .
A riMt nili'r Mmrl In 1IU Ai iioiint.
Toi'KKA. Kan Dee 12. W. H Couh
ranu, postolllcu inspector, has made an
Investigation of thu affairs of the
postollice at Sun City, llarbur county,
nnd reports that tho postmaster,
Clmrlou W. Jacobs, is short 70U in tho
funds of thu money order department.
Acrntiut of Ilnlit.
Mo. Dec 12 Thomas
Shay of Grcon City, Sullivan county,
committed suicide at tho Jones house
in this city by shooting himself
through the heart Ho was hopelessly
in debt nnd gave this as an excuse for
llrnprralo Attempt to Commit Suicide
Jopi IN, Mo., Dee. 12. Mrs. Thomas
J. Patterson, wife of an old icsident
of Jo din, attempted to kill herself in
a lit of despondency l,iu to ill health
She slashed her thro it w itli a nuur,
narrowly missing tho jugular vein
Congro'smnn Simpson of Kansas do
clar. s that he will oppose fico salt
and free wool in the now tariff bill
Tho postollice department has
ordered postmasters not to deliver
registered letters or money orders to
bond investment companies.
The interior de artment has decided
in favor of Sheriff Michael Ault ot
Sedgwick count,-. Kan., the coyest
for the possession of a forty acre
island a Unit 'VU ml lei. above Wichitu.
Thnt's a wide range of st le. but it's ours with a sto-k of fine footwear not
to Ho surprcsscd in i xtent .uiet quality or pr re The public of diithr i
walked on a womb rful arietv nr feci, but we i .in match .t with our slims mi
satisfnetorilv. that imt s i nnn-li ns a whisper nf ompl.unl is cue r beard .In v
tho satisfaction Man h bv purchasing a pur nf shoes from n ir stock. In .mi
assortment mi will Hud crrtliuig required foi health and comfort thmu, h
Eiseosoiifnii & Hatsch,
EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS,
I IH I SI OKI
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LINE
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Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Rehiring.
All Goods and Work Warranted.
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If you aro in want of tho Celebrated American Helpmate, Singer, Itoyal Now
Homo Sowing Machine;
If you are in want of lllcyoles nnd Tricycles, such as the celebrated Imperial
King of Scorchers, tho Kpwler, tho Oriel, the I'heunix, tho Central, the
Warwick, tho Hoad King, the Telegram, tho Telephone, the Courier, tliu
Traveler, tho New Mail and tho Hoad Queen HieycloB, at wholesale anil
retail, como and got my prices, at loo U Oklahoma nvc, Guthrio, Ok. Ter
R-. H. KNAUS6, Manager.
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