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flf wm mn tpi wqi i wFTWt p1 f--tm- FOR ABBTBAOTS, LOANS AND INSURANCE SEE W. M. BRONSON, REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY. i if f (1 Daitartlty .IjiiI .Wnrfr ti Mini rn ' fMt Jlj .In t"iJ.oint fOMinlrrf. Furibor particulars wore unearthed yesterday lelatlvo to tbo murderous atsault made Sunday night on Miss Cora Osblcnz, cf Chandler, mention of which was mado In Tho Loader yes terday morning. It sccma tbat Miss Oft bleu Is visiting hor cousIub, Mr and Mrs. Frank S Miller, rcsldlog directly cast of town. On Sunday night as she stepped out itto tho alloy way nt tbo rear of tbo house, a figure wearing a ma6k leaped from behind a comer and struck her a tcrrlfli blow on thoncck Herclolhitg was cut and torn away for eight Inches and hor skin was badly lacerated. Miss Cab let)?, reeled and fell and as she itru.k tho ground the assailant gavo her a vicious kick in tho small of the back, producing tig!y bruises and internal Injuries. Mr. Miller was attracted by tho young woman's scream and lie rufibed to her sssiBtanoa. Tho assail ant escaped Mits Oablotz Buffered greatly yesterday and her condition is regarded as precarious lioth the Millers and Miss Uablcrz aro deeply stirred over tho outrago ond aro up parently un&blo to divlno what prompted tho a&soult. Miss Cablonz as well as tho Millers, came from Coon Rapids, Iowa, and so far as they know they havo no enemies thero or In tho tcriltory. MUs Cablenz de scribed her assailant as a tall man, wearing n mustache. A mask con cealed tho upper part of his face. Sheriff Khlnobort is investigating the matter. c k.i w runtt's i. vt'K. ii-jk t)iiamtnl ( lull mm it f TuirunUr Jlmirtl Xumher .Six. A special from Washington yester day says- "Beverly II trawford, of Uuthrlf, was today appointed by tho secretary of I ho interior as chairman oLTownslto Hoard No. 0, vlco Charles Knelsley, who was recently ap pointed special examiner in tho land olllco Mr. urawioru was enuorsou by Governor Barnes, ex-Delcgato Flynn and territorial ofllcials " Tho appolntmoot of Mr. Crawford will doubtless glvo general watlsfac tion. Uo is a stalwart young republi can and has been a resident of Okla homa slnco tho opening Mr. Craw ford is a gonial gentleman, a lawyor by profession and a member cf the Outhrio Typographical union. During tbo past year ho has practiced law with Judgs Wilson, and at times as sisted in hustling lorol news for Tho Leader. IIo will assume his now du ties as soon as bis commission arrives Tho Leader wishes lieverly good luck. li'.iiiiunni ti. sruooi-s. may von SAILOm. Thr .Vnry f'fcitjrfnlii Jf'J'orM On 7VrrtWf Vrtimn. Special to Tho Loader. Washington, Jan 5. Chaplain Da vid 11. Tribou ot tho navy has f jr warded to tho head ot his department a sensational report on tho conditions ot tho United Slates prisons lu tbo In dian Territory A copy of bis report, which was referred to tho department of Justice, created tho greatest Indig nation there, tho ollWlals declaring that an olllcial of tbo navy department haH no right to go around inspecting prisont; that hs should bo praying for the uiaiines The ollljlals of tho do pertinent of justlco say they havo been familiar for a long tituo with the facts reported by Chaplain Tribou, and that thoy havo reported them frequently to congress. Ctisplam Tribou reported tbat the jail buildings had no sanitary arrange- montt; tliat tney aro orowucti anu mm many of the prisoners aro compelled to Bleep on tho floors In blankets, often of the tllthlest kind. Tbo jail build ings aro badly lighted and heated and a disgrace to tho government. Srnalor .Varum unit llrltlr In .nr Mrxin). In Saturday's paper we stated that D. I. Marutn and wife, of Oklahoma, wore stopping at tho Montezuma. It turns out that tho gentleman and lady aro Senator Marum and bride, ot that territory, and that thoy wero spending their honeymoon traveling over tho west Tim discovery of tho Identity of tho couplet and tholr nowly assumed relat ooa caused qultj a rlppio of ex citement among tho guests of tbo hotel The senator and his brido lof t for Silver City with tho congratula tions and best wishes of tho Monte zuma guests, lo which wo add our portion Las Vegas (N. M.) Bxomlnor. CITY IN IlKIEF, M'KKSXA iriLI. AVT itai H imi ii ci McliUilm iitvlu $ltf,0"' Ik ..l'mi lliiniit Amiina lir Several Vanillic, Territorial Superintendent Hopkins yesterday apportioned to tho suhool funds of tbo various counties of iho territory 895,111 25, making 81.05 per cap ta of school population The amount wbb collected as school lacd rental during tbo pst.ti.lx months, and In addition to it 517,000 was also yes terday divided among lite threo terri torial coll gee, and tho tamo amount put in tho publio building fund Ihu amount apportioned to each county was as follows: ileawr, 05 45; lilainc, S3 407 05, Canadian, S,483.50; Clevo land, 85 54100; Custer, 81,60120; I), 81 084 65, IUy. S210.20: Uarildld. 85. 149 20, Grant, 82,017 76; Greer. 82.4SH -, Kay, 55,232 15; Kingfisher, 85 "fiU'rio; Lincoln, 87.211 40; L gan, 87. 567 35; Nob'e, SJ.91 40; Oulahomo, $0,819 75, 1'ayno, 85 812 20; 1'awaen, 83,423 00; Pottowatotnle, 83 2H0 50; Itoger Mills, 8610 06; Washita, 22,080 -05, Woods, S3 450 50; Woodward, 81,-330.35 l.srlnre Oiurop Tiiewlan Ftfrriiury I. The msnagement of tbo courso ux pects to givo tbo audience a rare trout, hclentitlcally and morally, in power fully illustrated Joiture, -J he Harp of tbo Senses, or tho Secret ot Ctiaraoter Building," by Prof. John II. DiMotte. of llryn Mawr, I'a S aliHioa from Jyceutn bureaus show that no other lecturer is to often recalled as Piotes Bor DeMolto. He has dates beginning January 27 at (Irceloy, Denver, Colo rado Springs, Pueblo, Arkansas City, Guthrie, Oklahoma City, Perry, Wich ita, otc It la a lceturo that all parents, boys, girls, young and old should hear. Not a word on lomporance, yet tho stroeg cat tomperanco lceturo ever given not a word about social evils, yet it fircsontsall tho best arguments against t. Watch tho papers. L'uanly Teacher. Tho Logan County Teachers' associa tion meets In regular session at tho Captal City Dullness college at 1 p. in J Saturday, reuruary 5, ibu: Follow ing is tho program: 1 Sontr s Hoil call . llcanonses from llallecic . ltradlng of minutes ol previous meettuK 4. How lo Teach Intermediate Arlthme- ti Miss liees fi l)l&.urue1 by Mrs Clark, Kettle Shepherd, Stella Moore, A U Dentils, Uesjue Itez- road. Ida Strlcklaud, Oeorge Martin, J. r Avrc, Thus Morrow, Neflie Uysar. 6 loinmoit School Graduation" i a) How to Inteient l'upiU ' o A TltoionMn ib) Dlolcultleit Jenule seaman (r) Lktmraenceiuw.it Bxerclti ' II. A Arena d IlenellU'' W S Calvert t Current KtouI" J I llasle-ood Heading Circle. ' Adjournment A H. Aiicvdj, President. WashinotoN, Jan. 25. Attorney -Goncral McKonna told somo Okla hotnans who called upon blm this morning tbat ho would icver his con nection with tho department of justice tomorrow evening, and that he would elect tho Oklahoma ludlclary candi dates beforo his retirement, but ho had no means of knowlog how soon tho proildent would send tholr names to tho senate. II III .Srrrr I'ult Trim. Tho KansnsClty Star uay: "Horace Speed, applicant for tho United States district attorneyship, has returned from Washington, where ho svent to to repreiont tho Guthrie townsite board in tho suit cf Itaniom I'Ayno. Mr. Speed said that bu learned enough to bellcvo that Dhtrlct Attorney lirooks and his tlnputles would servo out tholr tiino, s- hlch will exp'.ro In May. .iiiiiMfiiirtir'i. The Kompton Komody Kompany pr sonted "A Divorce; or to an appreciative McKennon last nlKht This Is ono of tho strongest society plays ovor writ ten. The specialties and tho biograph pictures wore unusually good. TIiIh evening will bo "ladies' free night" again with ono paid resorvo seat ticket Tho bill will bo "A Jail lllrd." .'m-Hjxtl t'rlnoiirr .VnMinl. Deputy Sheriff Djdson passed through tho city last Mondsy with Andy Simmons, whom ho and Arthur Collins had captured l&Rt Sunday on Spring creek, in tho Creek nttlon. Simmons oscoped from tho j ill at Perry last weak, whore ho was hold for steal ing saddles and other tilings. dish ing Herald. I'rnnllilin lllttlltrtt. Wabuinoton, Jan. at. Tim follow ing pensions wore grunted in tbo In dian Territory: Itoissuo Morgan M. Clark, Nobo, SS; Andrew Smith, ClarksviUe, S3; original widosv Oyutla Aun Venus, Nowata, 813 Ileal 7JliiH) Triuiftrs, FurnUUed by the Ilacan Abstract cora- pain' I'ranlc Laux abstractor I'htu llolen to sumuel Crolt, wd, lit nciir sec 15, ISSw . . . J800 U0 Ilert HrlggH to J. II. DerrliiKer, wd, e hi lot IMillc , Outhrle proper . 75 00 United States to Warren atarlln pat e ir iec 4 if, - w I'onliniiKlrr Slntiunl, Postmostor Hlakr, of Tonkawa, waB assaulted near his homo by unknown mon Saturday night and Buffered dan gerous Injuries. Tho motivo prompt ing tho cowardly attack H unknown. .titration, l'htiarnt All members ot tho volunteer Qro doparltnout of Guthrlo aro requested to moot at tho city hall tonight at 8 o'clock. W. 0. Giiiniitit, Chlof. HE MADE IT PLAIN. lluy your glass at Llltto A Co 's Lad lot freo at tho MeKennoti tonight. Kompton Comedy oompaiiy this weolt. Window glass, all sizci, nt Lillla's drug fitoto. School books and school supplies at Liltlo A Co. 's. Ltlllo A Co received a largo invoice of glass last night Ten and twonty cents at tho opera houso all this wcok Itlshop 11 rook o lectured at Still.vster last night on "Our Talk.'' Judge Foster yestorday married Mr. Leltoy and Miss Smith, of Stwa-d Five carloadd of rattle wero shipped to Kansas City inarkotB jostcrday . Kompton Koinetly Ko atnptra house all this wcok. Prices, 10 and 20 conts All school children got a matinee ticket with a Stfe purchase at Ltlllo A Co's. Sao tho elegant lino of tooth brushes and drug sundries ut I.llllo'd drug storo. Klghtecn thousand bales of cotton havo boon shipped out of Guthrlo this season Thero Is a good opening for a good physlolau at Carnov, O. T AddretB W. J. Henner. Six carloads ot cotton wero shipped from 151 Iteno Friday to Shanghai, China, by way of Seattle. Merchants' lunch rcrved from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. for 20 cents at Ullz haupt's Vienna Ilakory. Call on M, Lauzl and havo your shoes repaired in au artistic manner; 121 OiUahoina avonuo, wubt. Ucmember our ontlro stock of queenswaro will bo Bold at actual cost until closed out. Tho Welcome. Ladles can got a mallnoo ticket with any 503 artlclo la our front win dow. All bargains. F. II. Lilllo A Co. Wanted White girl for light houso work; uo washing or Ironing. Inquire at 214 North Division. W. D. Pacicer. Tho Oklahoma Stato Is tho title of a daily paper just launched at Stillwater by Kd K Vail. Tho Urst number is nowsy and odd. Artiolcb of incorporation havo been granted to tho l'rairlu Mothodlst Kpis copal church at Klldaro by William Jenkins, tonitorial secretary Tho second annual fancy dress ball of the Sodb of Ilormtn will be given on Fobruary 4 at K of P. Castio hall. All masks ore subject to inspection by lloor couimittoo. l'ickotp, 50 cents u couplo. A check for 8100,000, the largest ever fllltwl miL In Ihn inrritniT who vnntar. r Lost and Won" , day (,rawn y,y Hanker J. W. McNeal aud onco at the- 01 B Kall8M city bank Tho deposit was drawn out to placo in a St Louis institution. 'wmmmmmmmmmm iMi Jauunry 'Ji wo liPRin our anniml Janunry nml Fobruary C'oarhig Halo, ex Ion dins (liroiigliout our BIr Sloroi As Uio Hoasoii Is advancing wo llml wo nro ovotioidcd with lioavv goods, lit ordor to ensh thorn mid not carry ovor until iioxt snison wo will closo tliom ontnt a groat sacrJUco, ouabliug our patrons to buy Good, Hoasnnablo iMorcliandlso t prlcps hovoi boforo oqualled In Outhrio Ouo Usit to Iho Oroat Sloro and lot tho polito clerks show you through will cum inco that wo aro Iho only JIAIlti A1N U1VEKS. Noto a fow of our prices bolow: ia ii mi iup B e o o a e o m e o a H 9 CAU.AIIAVS oitir. Thr Oklahoma lltin ftnlatltv II III .Miiw Hie lloatr Special to tho Dally Leader. Wasuinoton, Jon. 26. Delegate Jtallohan, through Senator Pottlgrow, will bavo tho Indian appropriation bill amended in tho souate so that the bouse will have to voto on tho free homes question. It will ba attachid db a. rider to the bill by tho neuaU, and tho house will have 10 voto on It when It cornea hick. Awarded Highest Honors World'a Fair, CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pom Grape Cieun of Tartar Powdtr, Fitt torn AmmonU, Alum or any oter adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STAWMftD. Aa llluatrutloit WMcli Convlureil lilt llntrer Slott l'orclbly, Tho wle speaker knows that no Il lustrations are so effectlvo as thoae which have to do with familiar, overy day objects. In this respect the Great Teacher .set an xumBlefQ-vJMjJ Bliouhl come after him. How an Itin erant preacher In the Tennessee moun tains profited by his example is nar rated In the American Missionary. A group of young men was assembled one Sunday in a grove to hear the preacher, when one of there, said: "Be", here. John, vl. didn't you bring up my ride when you came to preaching?" "Well, Sam. 1 lowed 'twan't right to bring it up on Sabbath. I mought see n vnrmlnt on the road and git a shoot ing and forqtft It was Sabbath." "Huh' There's uo use being so particular as all that. I think It's nil right to do little turns of n Sabbath. Kven a lit tle shooting won't hurt If you happen to see game." The discussion was Joined lu on either stile by those around and it wbb finally decided to leave the question to the preacher. He wa called and the case stated. "Look yer, boys," said he. "S'posln' a man coines along here with seven handsome gray horses, a-rldln' ono and the others a folloiin. You all like pretty beasts, and you look 'em ovor. You can't that one Is better than another. They arc all as pretty erltters as ever w-:e seen among Hies mountains, though there will be differences in horses, boys. When you como to know 'em io two la alike. Well, that mao says. 'Hero, boys, I'll Jest give you six of these boasts for your own,' aud he ei's ou the other and rides off. 1 s'piwe now you'd mount your horses and ride after him and inako him g've jou the other Iioreo, or nt least let juii k, It till your crops was nil lu " No Wo ain't so ornory moan as all that preacher." "Wall, thar! Can't yo.i let the Lord's day ulono?" A Wank look i tb preacher and at each uther. Then Sam spoke out: "You've treed us, preacher John. I'm right glad you didn't bring that gun." Tho soigo and burniag of (Iranadi, tho capital ot Nicaragua, by (1 -neral Uenningseu, as told lu Uenoral Jami son's artlclo for McMastcr's Magaz ne, ia a most thrilling dramatic story and worth tba wholu subscription price of tho magaz'ne. Colonel S S. MathcrB, ot Columbus, O , lias been transferred as special agent of tbo land olllco department from this placo to Santa I'o, N M., ex changing places with Format McICln ley, son of F K McKinlcy, recolvcr of tho Guthrlo laud ofllco. Dau't fail to lay in your supply of quo' nswaro and glassware while you can buy it for If b, money than it tan bo la'd dowu for, since tho tariff went into effect, aa all our goods wore bought boforo tho high tariff went into effect Tjbo Wolcomo Grocery. The team attached to ono ot Cas tantoti'a slreot carriages bocoino fright ened on Cleveland avenuo Monday night and ran away. Driver Clem Castanlcn was thrown violently to the ground and was badly bruised. Tho team and carriago escaped damage. Dr. Slocura, tho plug-hatted war. horco of other dayB who beat the slutting out of a baso drum in tbo Uuthrio gleo club, la making a fortuno In Stillwater Uo Is still pulling tcoth and advertises that "I pull tcoth with out pain to myself or my customers." Of tho felx applicants for exsmlna tlon at tho meeting of tho territorial board of pharmacy at Perry on Janu ary 18, only two, John A. IlUland, of Lexington, aud H. U. Unlney, ot Shaw nee, were successful Tho next meet ing of tho board will bo held at Uuth rio on April 8. Prof, lllrd Prluco and Kugoug Kep ler, mandolin aud guitar players ot Kansas City, aro sijiurning a tow days In tho ulty. Tho two musicians aro on a Jive years' t.ur of tho world and it Is tholr intent'on to play at tbo Paris exposition in 1000, II 3th aro talented muilcluus. Shoes at Cnhcard-of Prices. Child's all solid School Shoes, 9 to 12 0!c Children's and Misses' Jace and button, spring heel, 0 to 13.... 75c Choice of Ladies' 81 50 shoes $M Choice of Ladies' $2.50 shoes 1.00 Choice of Ladies' ?2.75 and 8.00 shoes 2.0!) Choice of Ladies' $8.50 and $1.00 shoes 8.48 200 pairs Men's good lace and con gress shoes !IS Choice of Men's 1.50 lace and congress shoes 1.10 Choice of any Men's $2.00 and 2.50 lace or congress 1.40 Cho'ce of any Men's 8.00 and 3.50 lace or congress 12. IS RUBBERS - Ladies' croquet rubbers, heel or spring heel, opera, coin, and needle toes 18 Ladies' storm Alaskas 22 Children's and Misses' heel and spring heel rubber slip pers 14 Men's buckle Arctics, bright linish, lleece lined 73 jIoii'h and Hoys' lints and Ulovos. Men's Fedora hats, all latest styles and colors, 1.50 goods.. .OS Men's hats, all H.50 and 3 goods included for this sale 1.51S 1.50 and 2 Men's plush caps, all styles included 75 Men's and Boys' corduroy and tcotcli caps .... ....... .mo Men's awl Boys' all-wool cassimere caps, all colors and styles, worth 50 cents, go in this sale at 25 Men's and Boys' gloves, worth 50 cents, go for IS Men's line Moca gloves, worth 1.25, go at (.0 Men's line Moca gloves, worth 1.50, goat 75 Men's heavy buck gauntlets.worth 2.00, goat 08 Clothing Clearing Trices. Choice of all Men's suits, formerly sold at 12 to 15, clearing price 1. 50 Choice of all Men's suits sold at 9 to 12, clearing price 5.J5S Choice of all suits formerly sold at 0 to 9, clearing price 11.08 Choice of any child's suit in the house no matter whether a 8, 4 or 5 suit, must go at l.!58 Choice of any child's suit in the house, formerly sold at 1.50 to 2.50. clearing price 83 Men's Tants. Choice in the house of our finest pants, including Baltimore mer chant tailoring pants worth up to 7.50, in this sale 13.85 All Men's 1.50 union cassimere pants 01 All Men's 1.75 and 2. 50 cassimere pants OS Ladios' Undonvear, Hosiery, Etc. Ileavy ribbed ileeced vests and pants, former price 45c, go for. .23 Non -shrinking ribbed vests and pants, former price 1, go for .. .35 Natural wool camel's hair or red llannel underwear, 1.25 values, go at '. 45 Heavy ribbed Ileeced union suits, wortlt 75c, go for 4 3 Ladies' fast black hose, former price 12Jc, go lor 00 Ladies' 20c fast black hose 00 Children's 10c black hose 00 We will CloHoOnttho ro in u 1ml or of" our Stock ol' Men's and Hoys' Overcoats at Ono-Third Value. Colored Dress Goods. Fancy plaids suitable for school dresses, cut from 15c to 07i Double width wool cheviots re duced for this sale from 29c to. ,07i Imported silk and wool plaids, as sorted colors, reduced from 50 to .20 50-inch all wool Ladies' cloth re duced from 50c to 27i English curl cloth, one of the lat est novelties red'd from 45c to .20 42-inch all wool tweeds reduced for this sale from 1 to 40 DuringThisSnle Wo Will (Jivo Plato Pencils Away to Iho School Children. Ultrlc Dross Goods. One lot of black mohair brocades in dress lengths reduced from 89c a yard for this sale to 10 Black cashmeres, formerly sold at 25c a yard reduced to 10 Black diagonals cut from 4c a yd to 23 40-inch black French serge, war ranted all wool, reduced from 05c a yard for this sale to 35 Fine French zephyr ginghams worth 10 to 12 l-2c, reduced for this sale to 00$ Amoskeag apron checks 04 J L, L muslins go in this sale at. . . .03 J A Special Sale on Everything in This Department. Cloaks, Jackets and Capes. All Ladies' 1 heavy weight jack ets 08 All Ladies' 5.00 heavy weight glace beaver jackets 2.05 All Ladies' jackets sold up to 15 beavers, Kerseys, green, tan, black inlaid velvet collars, elaborately trimmed 4.08 All Ladies' capes sold heretofore up to 0.00, choice 1 88 All Ladies' capes sold up to 10, choice 3 40 All Ladies' capes 12, 15. 1H values all plushes included.. . 0 3 Tahlo Li nous, Etc. Turkey red and while damask, fast colors, a special drive, at . . .10 Cream table damask.our 50c qual ity, reduced to 2!) Cream table damask, our 75c qual ity, reduced to 30 Satin cream table damask worth 85c per yard, reduced to IS 50 pieces crash toweling, was 7c, now 0 1 i All linen Scotch crash, colored border, sold for 12 l-2c, now 07 Extra heavy German satin bleach ed toweling, former price 20c, reduced to 11 5,000 yards Simpson best prints, for this sale choice per yard... ,03 2,500 yards of Brookfieldand iias petan percales, beauties, choice for this sale 00 o o 9 O a o a 9 O 9 e e a 9 9 9 9 9 9 a 9 s 9 0 a 9 9 9 O G 0 9 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -T 0 0 a ULANKhTS AT iiNE-TIIlRD VALUE Wo aro determined to cash thorn and will lot you sot tho price. Como early and securo tho plums of this Great Uargain Koast. Don't ultimo us if your neighbor conies tlrst and hocuros tho host. During tills salo wo will givo slato pencils freo to school children. k S l I THE CYCLONE" B!G STORES, I03-OKLAHOMA AVENUE- -109 & 111 DIVISION STREET iceeesae0cc90e nsocus ES PERSONAL MENTION. Klldaro Journal. James Klrhwcod, ofTJIBirfi pity Pawnoo comity, prel dont of tho Territorial Preo Homo league, attended tho mooting ot tho homo leaguo horo Monday. IIo took tho train for Washington from hare. Uo will remain thero until March put ting in his beet licks for freo homos. Chatyrtl Willi Alfon. Kdward NoUonald and Eiward Jay, charged with arson, wero taken to Ardmare yesterday to stand trial. PASSING OF TUB UAYUSE. AiiMltr t HiM uf till' .Stii-tltHl nf III I lllw.t. Poavll collections gathered in old lake beds of nasiern Oregon demon stiale that th. brood plains batweau the Ri cky and i'aarJ mountains were the original habitat of the irtiietorlc home, u tie' Utile aolnutl no larger than a fox, wh'oli In the long ago ecaniuered over the lonely land, nays the 8ookn Spokeatnan-llevlow. Af ter the iaiiu of HRrs the modern horse U now to ilegeiuMitte upon the stamp ing ground of bin aut-ealnra. The ray use has Imm onia so valueless by the invasion of ihu clfctrlc oar and the bloi'le and ihu disappearance of the stiLgc coach .aid the wagon train that tho ln.lt. t h.iH la-fa taken from his link nml he Iihs Immmi turned loose to i Mingle Alth nature for his own aub eieUtncr. r this section many thou sand head of wild horse now roam us uutrnuiiueled as lu prehistoric days, aud during the past winter theao per iahed In larce numbers It U ease of the survival of the fltteat The oayuse, tike tho re! man maj read hie doom In the Sftting sin. but the well-tired hr tan null look civilisation lu the face aud demantt .shelter and oflts in nbundauae. IM 1 rate 'our ItnwvU Willi Cuacarets. l'ndj itim-Uc cwrv constipation fgrcier. lUc, & l C 0 r (ail, ilruitffUts rvfumt uteucy. Q. W. Itelloy, is hero from Wichita. J. E O'Donncll, of Wichita, Ib in tho city. H. B. Parley, of OUarcho, is In tho city. Kill Crano has roturned from Chi cago. Nod Shaw, ot Bl Reno, is In tho city on business. Qenoral Cunningham will go to Kan sas City today. Itev. L. II. Ilolt left for Norman yes torday to hold a revival. T. W. Spencor, of Toinple, Texas, Is hero on cotton buBlno&s. Attornoy Titos. Mc&Cechan was up from Oklahoma City yesterday, II D. Price, ot Oklahoma City, was doing bualnossin tho capital yesterday. W. A. liarkloy and wife and O. W. Ilarkloy, of Soward, Neb., aro at tho Okla. Tjm Tlnglo returned yesterday from Kdmond whero ho has been on A. O. U. W, business. John Sbartcl Is in Muskogoe trying a lawsuit for tho Western Onion Tele graph company. Mrs. Carrio llcncdict and Miss Alice B. Terry, of Predonio, Kan., havo moved to Guthrlo to reside, Miss Anna Malcomb roturned to Omaha, Nob., yestorday. Mrs. 0, F. Ureer accompanied her to Kansas Ulty. Deputy Ned Sl&son came over from Knld yestorduy to tako caro ot .ludgo Orner, of Buld, and Judgo Alexander, ot Alva. Perry Bnterpr!60-Timos: John lirlok ner and wife, ot Uutbrie, wero the guests over Sunday ot Mr. and Mrs. 0. Ltnderman. Professor Amont, Superintendent Hopkins, Treasuror Thompson and Architect Poucart wont to Kdmond yesterday to attend a meeting ot tbo board of regents ot tho Alva normal. Superintendent Dolan, of the Santa Po passed through tho city yesterday on his private car. 11 o Is out lnsooct iug tho roadbed and noting tho dam age done by the recent bail storm. Mr. A. C. Scott will leavo tomorrow to take up his duties as professor of Hagluh literature at the Agricultural and Mechanical college at Stillwater. Mrs. Scott will not leave until a month later. W. II Morrow, of tho Pawnee l)ls patcq, U In the city on bualnefs with tho territorial secretary. Whllo driv ing from Pawnee to Perry Mr. Mor row's team ran away and came near plunging him over a thirty foot em bankment. Capt. 11 W. Stubblefleld, of Chand ler, is spending a fow days In the olty. The Chandler Telegram says of him: "Captain Stubblefleld passed through last week on his way to Uutbrie. The captain Is a candidate for the appoint ment ot court-crlorta-lbls district and received a large number of recommen. datory letters tfom his oid neighbors here, If endowments uuan anything the captain "will surely come out en top," l.iho (liven t'p It llmil AmiTAnri.A. Ohio, Jan. 2"i Thro., bodies were foun.l on tho bouch near this port yesterday morning, liavmc been wiithod up by the waves during tho galo last night. One of the bodies has been identified as that ot James O'llrieii of Brio, who was lost off n fishing tug threo weeks ngo. The others nre supposed to be the bodies of two Swvdos who went out to their uots In u rowboat lust December aud nevor returned. An Aged Turin U'lfa Ilurttoil to IliMtlt Kkuaua, Mo., Jan. 35 While Qoorge Small, living eight mllos fcoutli,' enst of horo, was feeding Inn stock yesterday, the house ouught lire frcm a defective Hue, Mrs. Small, ngod TH. insisted upon ontoring tho burning building in the hope of saving it part of tho household effects. Shu was dragged from tho structure by tleorge Myort, n neighbor, but re-entered threo or four times nml wnt llnallt burned so that she died lust night. Myers was badly burned. l)rt)1 l'liutiU for 8 liter tVnnlen One a no, Jan. 2, Eugene V. I1 has i&tued it plea to the publio In In half of Salter T Wordeii. who ! undor sentence of dentil for trit'i wrocklng near S-acraiiiellto, CaL, dur iug tho railroad strike of ltOJ. l)'b assert that WorJun is the victim of i conspiracy of railroad detuctuc, a'i! that at the worst tho condeinnrd mini was but a tool in the detectives' linn Is Nine Man Ulllml In lluttln I)t basoo. Mexico, Jan -'" A ma courier who has Just arrived her from Mnsatlan reports that a desrwr ate light occurrod near that place I tweon about fifty charcoal bcriu-i und an oqual number of men entphyt on ISosuW ranch. Nine men uei killed and many more badly woan le The llft'ht resulted from the biuuii of timber by the ehureoul iifn At Conned Orove, K'uu.. Churle Ilar lxr. uceiden tally shot-ami hilled Allen Klapp. lie did kuow the gun was loaded. The boys were oh u ins Klapp wan 13 yoar old liev. Dr. Talmage, the noted divine, wus married at Pittsburg, Pa , U Mrs. Btnree McfuUtheon Collier, ot Allegheny City. She Is -10 nml ho l over 00. The wedding ivw a grvnt surpr su to the friends ot both. Thr present Mrs. To Image is his thin, wife. The Japanese cruiser Chitu.e was usecssfnlly launched from the I nlon Iron works yard lu San Franeiieu A wild riot occurred in the Preach chamber of deputies over the Dieyfw matter. The members induced In fist fighUa nod the presldinjr otUeei was forced to order the tribum t'wared. TO CVUK A UOLU IN ONK DAY Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets Ail drugflsta refund tho money if it falls to cure. 23c. Tbo genuine has L. 11. Q, on each tablet. I HAVE YOU BEEN TO a WALLACE & MULLER'S WALL PAPER SALE? They are closing out 5000 arsoXX at prices never before heard of jn t4ie-44o"ry. If yon have not you had better be quick about it. X We are headquarters for TRUSSES! Fit Guaranteed. Call and See Us. I 4 rxONT AMD BACK VUEW. Silver and Gold Flour Is the Finest Flour mado from tho best wheat grown in tho world which took tbo premium at tho World'a Fair for its suoorlor qualities. Milled with the best milling skill in tho territory, It costs no moro than flour that haB not its superior quality. Ask your grocer for it. If ho docs not keep it and will not order It for you, send us tho dealor's name an J address and your full namo and address on a postal card and we will tell you where to get it or havo it delivered to you at tho regular market price. MORRIS & WILLIAMS, Manufacturers, Guthrie. Q. T. .' ' ' rs s V a i I McKennon Opera House. S. A. MANN, Managor. KEMPTON JOjyEDYJCO. Wednesday Matinee, Jan. 26. 'Our Country." Saturday Matinea, Jan. 29. "Uncle Reuben." Tickets can bo had only at tho follow ing places: No tlckots at Opera House. V. B. LtUle t Co., New York Ilardware Co., Schmidt & painter. David llouch, J. A, Forde, Levy's Bee Illve Clothing Houao, T. 11. Kedor, Uogan & Williams, Pond'? Kteaui Laundry lirll Seivlrr Jirammullon. Tho United States civil sorvlco com mission has ordered that the rcgu'ar. spring examination thai! be held be tween March IS aud April 25, 1899, for the grades of cle.-k-carrier 3n Guthrie, Oklahoma, postofQce All applications for this examination must be filed with tho undersigned bt foro the closo ot business March I, lb'JS Exact dates for this examination cannot be given at this lime, but duo notice will be given through the dally papers. All necessary information, blank applica tions, etc., can be obtained at any tlmo by applying to O. K. MoNTQOMKnr, Acting Secretary Local Board, Quthrle P. O. Quthrle, U. T., Jan. 10, 1898. Make theso long evenings pleasant for the family at homo by supplying them with good reading matter Seo tbis list: Ladies' Home Journal 10c, Munsoy's Magaztno lOo, Demorest Magazine 10c, McClure's Magazine 10c, Illustrated America 10c, Qodey's lOe, Carter's Monthly 10:, Puck 10c, Jndgo lOo, Ltfe lOo, Truth So, Black Cat 5c, NIcklo Magazine 5c, The Owl 5c. Wa have on sale at all tlmo the leading daily papers, periodicals and maga zines and take subscriptions for them to be delivered by mail or at our store or news stand at posloftlca F, D, Lilllo & Co. See Smith, the bill distributor.