Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 225, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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°^'ftPgrfN°'>'«Coiiny illICit)><lf Perry-Published Daily.
VOL" " PBBRY, NOBLE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY ~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
At Their New Flaoe of Business,
Corner 0th and 0 Sts. Perry, Oklahoma
They Are Now Fully Prepared
With a large increased stock and
facilities to supply their customers
with Groceries of the VERY BEST
GRADES and at the LOWEST
, JAN. 22,1897.
NOMINATED TO SUCCEED
MR. PEFEER. <
WON ON THE 34Th BALLOT,
Their Jobbing Department
„ well stocked with a full supply of
goods, which they will furnish to the
retail trade of Oklahoma, at Chicago,
Kansas City or Wichita prices.
Purchasing Goods in Large Quantities
FOB THEin WHOLESALE TRADE ENABLES THEM TO
SAVE MUCH IN FREIGHTS WHICH THEY GIVE TO THE
RETAIL CUSTOMERS BY MAKING PRICES LOW ER THAN
THEIR COMPETITORS. As the matter of price now-a-day
Is the major question to be considered by cousumers io pur-
chasing, it will be well to patronize
film Both the Kanswi Senator® to Lwr
•nworth County—Colonel Harris Is
an lCs-Confederate. a rroiulnsnt
Breeder of Shorthorn Cattle#
an Kx-Congressman and
a State Senator.
Topkka, Kan., Jan. 22. — Colonel
William A. Harris of Leavenworth
county, was nominated for I nited
States senator, to succeed Senato*
JTHE CZAR YIELDED. I
Lorft Salisbury Had His Way In Regard
* to Reform* for Turkey.
IJtxnox. .Ian. 23.— Official corres-
pondence between Great llrltaln and
Russia. published here to-day, shows
that the Marquis of Salisbury. October
20, proposed that the ambassadors at
Constantinople should formulate re-
forms to be enforced by the powers.
M. Shiskine, then the acting Kussian
minister for foreign affairs, replied
November 18, th«.t the czar had decided
that it was impossible to agree to
coercive measures against the sultan.
November 25 there was a further com-
munication that the czar had agreed
to the Mrrquis of Salisbury's proposal
and would not object to advise the
Russian ambassador relative to coer-
cion should the sultan prove recalci-
trant and refuse to adopt the reforms
unanimously recommended by the am-
CAY "DECEIVER FREED.
NO MERCY FOR NATIVE
FRIENDS OF SPAIN.
ARE QUICKLY DISPOSED OF
A UnMnut and Two Other Men Are
Hanged When Ciplur.d — Report, of
Lively Flihtlni at Varolii
Bland, by Wejfler— Late
WILLIAM A. HARRIS.
Villiam A. l'cffer. by the fusion can
cus last night. The nomination was
made on the thirty-fourth caucus bal
lot. the eleventh taken last night.
The thirtv-fourth ballot .settled the
contest. Senator Harris petting 57
votes. The vote stood: Harris, " 7;
Little, 5; Kinfc\ Si: Madden, 3; llreid-
enthal, S; Martin, 1.
As Chairman Weilep announced the
vote and said Senator Harris was the
nominee, the whole convention arose
in applause and there was a great up-
roar for several minutes. Loud cries
for Senator Harris were made, and he
appeared from the cloak room, led by
Senator Kiu^. and was Introduced ov
Chairman Weilep as the next ' nited
States senator from Kansas, lie was
visibly affected, his eyes tilled with
tears and his voice quivered with emo-
tion as he begun to speak.
Senator King, who was the chief op-
ponent of Senator Harris, was called
for. lie came forward anil in a neat
speech said the decision of the caucus
was his because it was the will of the
•John Madden and Judge Dennison
also spoke. There were loud calls for
Ed Little, but he was not present and
Export and jobbing orders solicited. Special attention to home he ca^u^adjourned. ^ to
You Will Always be Satisfied.
And Pleased by Doing Business With
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Corner 6th & C St3., Terry, 0. T.
PERRY MILL COMPANY,
H. C. Wllmuth, Alias Howell. a Multl-
lllgamltt, Pardoned by Gov. Leedjr.
Toi'KKA, Kan., Jan. 22.—(iovernor
Leedy issued a pardon, yesterday, to
II. d WUmoth, alias Howell, alias
Howe, alias Hobart, and several othif
aliases which he used to suit the occa-
sion in his career as a gay deceiver of
women and a breaker of female hearts.
Wilmoth has been confined in the Kan-
sas penitentiary ten months on the
charge of bigamy. He pleaded guilty
to the charge. March 21 last, and, by
previous agreement, whs sentenced by
Judge Alder of the District court to
one year's imprisonment. This was
only one case where he was caught,
but the police records of a score of
cities show installments of his opera-
tions with guileless women during the
last eight years.
NEW TERROR FOR BOMBAY
EQUIPPED MILL IN THE TERRITORY.
Capacity 500 Barrels.
Three Severe Earthquake Shock*—The
De«truction on Klftham Inland.
Los DOS, Jan. 22.— A special dispatch
received here from l'ombay says that
thrtv severe earthquake shocks have
Alpecial from Teheran, capital of
Persia. says that 2,."MX) persons perished
as Result ef the earthquake which « c-
eurpf«l on Kishatn island. January 11.
Kishaiu island is the largest in the
Persia" gulf and is about fifteen miles
from its entrance. Its population is
estimated at .">,IM)0, mostly
VEL LAND FRAUDS.
Three Oklahoma!!, Seenre Divorce. 80
Their Wive. toulil tiet « lalmv
I'EHltv, Okln.. Jon. 22.—John liulka,
who owns l«> ocri's of land in olil Ok-
lahomu. just before the Cherokee Strip
was njieneil seen red a divorce and his
wife secured 1 >''<) ai re, on Hod Rock
creek. Tlie two live together now,
hut are not remarried. Near Morri-
son. .toe Punbam was divorced from
his wife for the same purpose. and 011
Black Hear creek Joe l'ruclia defrauded
the government in the same way.
o. K. COAL CO.;
/V\c Allster, Wler City No. 6. Can-
non City and Pledmon Smithing.
Corner 6th and B.
FltEE nKLlVEBV IS THE CITY
GEO. A. MASTER'S COAL CO.
Genuine McAlister Coal*
Delivered to any part of the city free. a
•mm " —
NOTICE TO CLAIM OWNERS.
We are expecting some CASH BUYERS for cUim. DUR
INC. THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS. If you want to aell
LIST YOUR PROPERTY AT ONCE.
Leavenworth county both
States senators, Senator Itakei
a resident of Leavenworth city.
Mr. M.rrlV Career.
William A. Harris is a Virijii ian
by birth and received a colle«iat* and
military education. He serve 1 three
year, as civil engineer during the con-
struction of the I'nion i'acitic railway.
He was also connected with the Nica-
ragua and other international ship
canal survey*, and w as for four years
in the Argentine confederation. South
America, on a surveying trip.
Senotor Harris is an ex-Confederate,
having served in the rebellion as as-
sistant adjutant general in Wilcox's
brigade. Longstrect's division, and as
chief of ordnance in Hill s and also
Khodes' division. army of Northern
lie came to Kansas in 1*6.V and has
resided here ever since. During the
past twenty years he has been en-
gaged in fa'rinlng. and at the present
time owns tine of the Hnest farms in
the state of Kansas. It is located in
Leavenworth county, near Llnwood.
Ills specialty Is the raising of shormorn
cattle, in which lie has achieved na-
tional prominence. II*' was at one
time one of the wealthy men of Kan-
sas. but Within the past few years ho
has suffered severe reverses.
lie was originally a Democrat ut
joined the I'opilllat movement lu If >.
Two years later he was nominate Mr
congressman-at large by the I'oi..ilUts
ami defeated the late tieorge I An
thonv He serveil one term anil was
defeated at the poll" In I slit f<ir re
•lection by I oloncl K. W. Blue At
nr.'sent lie rcpreslnts the Third senu*
torial district, consisting of leaven-
worth county, In the Kansas legisla-
ture He has a wife and live children
by a former iii*rriu„
Cltirago Hoy* Cio to Culm.
CmcAtiO. .Ian. 2'i.— Henry II. Item-
ing. son of Dr. II. Deming of Hyde
Park, and Arthur Wallace, son of the
Uev. Thomas D. Wallace, pastor of the
Eighth Presbyterian cliureh. are miss-
ing au l are supposed to have gone to
Cnba. Deming teft home two weeks
ago and whs heard from shortly after
at St. Louis, where he had unlisted in
a company which was being formed for j
Cuban service. Young Wallace, who ,
formerly attended a Wisconsin mili- I
tary school, has been missing since
Thanksgiving. Descriptions of the two
boys have I* en sent all over the coun-
try and the government at Washing-
ton has e« n requested to have its
Cuban agents search for them.
To Tm All Franchises^
.Ikkfkhson City, Mo., .Ian. —A
%t!11 taxing every kind of franchise,
railroad, street railway, gas. water,
telephone, granted b\ state, county,
city or other authorities has been re*
|>orted for passage in the lower IIoum).
It provides that the State board of
eqna1i*at;on shall ttx the value of all
franchises sml on the basis of such
valuation a tux for tate purposes of
Hfteen cents for every i n«l ten
•ruts oil every IH« f« r the city and
•ountvor whool district* affected by
the franchise* shall Ih> levied
nilitsst* Mr!ti for the r.uiloea Murder.
Oi.atiik., Kan.. Jan. The prelim*
tnary examlitatlon of Albert II. Wil-
liams, charged with complicity In the
murder of III* ll-year-ohl child. Anna
I telle Williams, whose ImmIv wss found
near Kudors. wasenncluiled this morn
lug, and while there was no evidence
Implicating him. he whs held lu all.noo
bond for his appfarMiic* at the May
n of the illstrlct court of thla
Key West, Fla., Jan. 22,—The train
which left Regla at 10 o'clock last
Sunday night for lluanabacoa was de-
railed near the switch at Cambute.
The passengers believed that only a
slight accident had occurred and
gathered outside. Suddenly a number
of negroes armed with carbines and
machetes invaded the three coaches,
threatening to kill the pa^senjrers and
compelling them to vacate the cars,
killing a negro passenger and seriously
wounding a soldier. The insurgent
colonel, Aranguercn, with 150 ca.airy,
had laid two bulls on the rails, which
threw the train off the track.
The insurgents captured two cap-
tains and eleven other officers, all un-
armed, four soldiers, the aecoi.d chief
of the municipal police of Havana, who
was returning home, the engineer and
fireman and three employes of the
railroad and carried them by a forced
march to a farm near Jaruco, where
they hanged Lieutenant Hernando
llanos, a native Cuban, for serving
Spain. All of the others were liber-
News has been received that ( alixto
Garcia, w'th 5,000 men, besieged and
bombarded Fort Ouamo, thirty 'piles
from Manzaniilo, on Vhb ri\er ( auto,
eight davs ago. (irneral Bosch ordered
the gunboats Relampago and t enti-
nela to relieve the fort. buw .. insur-
gent torpedo placed in tho ri' -.r blew
j up the Relampago, as has been already
I cabled. A Spanish column finally sue-
' eeeded in raising the siege.
In the province of Puerto 1'j"'*1 ^
ti.e msut^trut* —v. moving atH.ci win.
activity. A Spanish column u 'ter
General Serrano had a tigh« with the
insurgents under General l'epe ttecio
and the leaders Ramos and Rarest > at
the farms of Santa Kita and Purisama.
After lively tiring the insurgents re-
treated toward Matehno. Tin* insur-
gents1 cavalry accepted battle from
the heights near Parrohos and were
reinforced at El Rosario by l,ooo in-
fantry. They held advantageous nosi-
tlons and resisted with tenacity, but
were finally dislodged by tlu Spanish
artillery. They left twenty *ive Killed
and a large number of wounded. 1 he
column lost seven killed and two of-
ficers and twenty-three privates were
wounded. The column fired 4;u*H)
rifle cartridges and ten grenades.
Henator Cannon of (Ttsh Wssts th«
United State* to T*k« th* Initiative.
Washington, Jan. 22,—Senator Can-
non of Utah has introduced th« follow-
ing as i substitute for the Kepubllcan
monetary national conference bill:
"Within ninety days after March 4,
1897, the President of the United
States shall invite the leading com-
mercial nations of the world to ap-
point representatives to an inter-
national monetary conference to con-
vene on or before October 1, 1897, at
such place in the city of Washington
as the President may designate; and
also within said ninety days after
March 4, 1897, the president Phall ap-
point five commissioners to represent
the United States at such conference,
the duty of which United States com-
missioners shall be to urffe 4he adop-
tion by said conference of a plan for
the free and unlimited coinage of sil-
ver and (fold at some ratio ranging be-
tween 15 to 16 and 18 by the nations
re present 3d at such confer *n'ie,M
A FIGHT ON WARNER.
Flllejtte* Oppose His Ind3r*«HMt for a
Jefff.bsos City, Mo., J 22.—The
joint Kepublicaa cau'U^ • .r^siou
last night at tne Co'nir.club,
with some forty mtrabe-' prr^ent
Senator Landrum presided and Repre-
sentative Lee Wood* of M"rc€r was
secretary. The selection o* .I'*? Sher-
man for a cabinet position by t resi-
dent-elect McKinley was indorsed
without any debate. When it came to
the indorsement of a Missouri rann for
the cabinet, there was not much una-
nimity. The friends of Major Warner
presented his name, but this was not
satisfactory to the followers of Chaun-
cey I. Fillev. They offered a subiti-
tute, recommending that a MUaourian
be appointed, without specifying
whom, iind Major Waraer's .npporteri
objected. Hoth resolution nd substi-
tute were referred to the steering com-
mittee and the subject will be taken
up at another meeting to-night.
PRESIDENT AND CONVICTS.
Two Men Pardon«l—So Clemioey for a
■Canton and Mli ourt n
Wasiiinoton, .Ian. 22.—Bud Creek,
sentenced in Arkansas in 18M to three
years' imprisonment 'or seiling liquor
-lu llllUuuJ uua Ik !1.
(but not jet sentenced) in Tennessee,
of failing to erase marks • r.piri' bar-
rels. have been p-irdoned by th* pres-
ident, and thewilenceof thre month,
and ?'-'IX> fine imposed in West Virginia
upon Lewis Nowlin for removing
spirits illegally has Iwen commuted so
as to remit the tine and coats in con-
sideration of the convict's exeitiona in
saving the jail from fire.
Applications for pardons have been
denied in thecasesof Frank L. Turner,
sentenced in Kansas to two years' im-
prisonment for possessing counterfeit
money; Thomas A. Robbins, Jr.. sen-
tenced in Missouri to three month*
and 11,000 tine for conspiracy.
lanoH! Standi by Weyler.
Lonihin, .Ian. 22.—The correspond-
ent at l'aris of the Daily Ne > says:
"During the negotiations with the
United States last week, Senor Cano-
▼as. the Spanish premier, was sur-
prised and dismaved to receive an inti-
mation from Washington that Secre-
tary Olney would have no time tc set-
tle the Cuban <|Uestion and i'ia* he
would leave l'resident McKinley s
hands free to deal with it. Tv > days
later Senor Canovas issued an clHcial
denial that negotiations we— r
ing It Is a grent blow
Have ti (rw jjnml farm* in •wfrn K«n*n tn frxchange tor
chnicr claim* AUo have wme Choice Stocks of Mrrchan i*e , ^
to r rh.uw for l).^l Lttiuk $J,5oo farm fur ehow | >
Mock of l)r.i«* Bu ineirt awl Kenhtewe ,iro,K-r y for Land.
Con«l Hotel. furninhwl, lor %ile theap or eichanRc for
l.rm property ll vm want anything in our linr writr u*.
F'VfiDi Block, Perry, Okla.
Hi Nnorit 91 iimed Welih MeNall
ToraHA, Kail . Jan 34. rh.M^eei'.
live niuneil y* ter«l y alet' oii a *i ta
IsHtnl "( rallroait eominlaalotier
JfMlfi <• 'l>
I iwil .lames M M'mtiaiin
William IV iHIU 'll .ir r>rt HtsiM.
llourlNiii isiiinty. fur ! •> ym r . In "He
wed ••amnal 1 11 •
l,nreti>ii I', lit',* llliig of Wlehlta,
fMttfWlck littttiltr. lor Ihrre >aai> In
atlewril joaetth ti I.iiwi
W'eMi MeNall of iaylord SnllH
i untili «*a« nitf-iiul d lii«nran"«'
MlsaU tier l,v I Inventor l*etlv
It W Turner la Mate>l for *eeal rv
nf lltf MlilMad ♦amhi
A Hl| at. I.nals I aai era la «l«eit.
wr Lot i«. Mo .Inn Tha Dod-
-jin II I, Manufaeliirltig inmpanr lias
Bled a elintlel mortgage for MT.Otti to
ure eradllora and the Arm l« In llie
hands of llriirge W. Mever, trustee ll
la till! thought that a general ns«ign
nient will In. made The nurta of the
ett nptinj' «fi •atlrnaM i over ti"",'
mm, enn'ilstlng of ulanla in Iowa and
Mlaaourl and MM"*! In oittslandlntf
Aa tHefaa Mrrnnlaf WwH.
ftJtil.ttiiH, ore, Jan 11 -l ,it*•
H l.ash elty rwurtbr for al« terms, la
ahort in his nwunts for '•'"I
ami I ant alone, miljr pari of his ae-
eoiints having been esamlnnl l.a«h
la slel, at howe, bill has ls-en pla«*J
who has confidence in lieneriil I
U-r'a ability to suppress the relieilion.
He ia credited with n Intentioi to re-
sign if Ueneral Weyler has m>i given ii
death blow to the revolution by the
beginning of the rniny season."
THE PLAGUE IN BOMBAY.
Uavornnent Qaartors lalootod — THo
an no Una Deplorable.
Lonrxm, Jaii 81. — Editor llarna-
worth of the Dally Mall telegraphed
from I lorn bay last night: "The plague
has broken out in the servants' quar-
ters. situated 111 'he grou ds o the
government house here. Immediately ^
on the discovery of the oecurri nee the
patient was reiiu veo lo the hospital,
and orders were giv n by 'ho gov-
ernor's physician for the des*rnellon
of the 'whole row of ti msj's.
nine In numl*r Tlies, v Ith
their eontenta, were promt*, tired.
Nothing was allowed lo lie ti moved
from the Imrnisl buildings. Hve
thousand shops and several hundred
private dwelling houses In the nnlive
section of Hum hay are shut. I he
plague has now assumed such terrible
proportUrns that the resources of the
municipal ofHelaU are completely over-
luted I>iMile are dying hoiirU In the
Slrvels, and much III" lltY Is enp,"
rletieed In obtaining rorpoc br r, rs to
earrv the Isalles to the Mini' n bury-
ing ' tfrminds and the Mnliammedan
cemeteries In Karachi."
WARRANT FOR A BANKER.
Fresldrnt .McKnlthl of th« €los*d Louis-
ville Uerman National Wanted.
Lovisvti.i.r, Ky., Jan. 22.— National
Itank Examiner Jamfi Escot has sworn
out a warrant for the arrei' of .lames
M. McKnight, president of the tierman
National bank, which was closed Mon-
day by order of Comptroller Eckels.
The w arrant charges a violation of the
national banking law, and waa placed
in the hands of I'nited States Marshal
Samuel lllackburn. who, so far has
•• nr t-'et'ii* been unable to ItH'ate McKnight. Mc*
t dtn vas, Knitfht was also president of the tier-
S • K I Vault I'liin.
.lame, «e«asp «Ht atoad Trial
Awn**. Kan. Jait TI.-formal
e'larges have Iwett brought aralnst
Junes MeMaspy, who l(ed In Arkansas
laat summer ami was recently Itrotighl
Imek lie l as for Jfears i* of the
leading HemoeratW |ailltleiaiis nf the
rotintv lie was a broker and ao mm h
eonHilenee did hla nel hl«*« plr * In
him that the thrifty Iterttian, i Irl*
toreed motwrapnt, him for ln s • «n
Whett he disappearetl It was found he
i i.w.4 tiaid hwt an assets.
rvuiKin- i ,
mania Trust nnd Safety \ault com-
pany. for which a receiver was ap-
NINE SEAMEN DROWNED.
^ Steamer Hoes Ailrnre oa tos| Island
aad Soon tlreot, t>.
N'r.w Yohk, Jan. '.'J.—A sere re storm
swept Long Island shore yesterday
afternoon, caualng the wreckin*of tha
aehiHiner Naninn Chapin r"l the low
of Ita crew of nine men. T'ta vesael
was seen on the outer bar about 4
o'clock tills morning by a patrolman
from the guofue life savin|f station.
About s o'clock the vrseel *>gan to
break up. parts of her coming ashore,
and In less than four hours from tha
ti mo she struck she went to plei .s, the
masts fulling intn the sei . ca.rylug
the crew, who were clinging to them.
Rleetrte right Warns Itootroje*.
Tomokto. ontario, Jan. 13. -Shortly
before ocloek this m irnln^r a spark
from a tlynaino la the Toronto Electric
Light company bsilMlag atarted a
lire which resulted In the toial ties.
Iructkm nf the plant Hualt.eaa lie-
pendent I* electrlo pow r will be
obliged to shut n iwn until ne* dyna-
mo. ean Ik- Installed. The In*. l ti*'.-
l «i fully ctiTcred hv liisurenee
Mfala Wanted la lsf ■.« IsM.
*** F***rta o, Jan. 11 --T ia rams
I have been sent by 0 ^**0 • enm
mlttee tn the gnremors nf i> jo«,
I Washington. Ksasaa, Nehra-aa and
i Iona asking lb' people of th. states
ih t ailfisrnla In
the *iar l«|i l*«
to unite will
shipload nf grain In
pie nf In lla
A rmian karapn «lik*«
rmtt ikntt, Kait. .!•* 1.-Jit*
l.ane, a prlanner h«s|d fur tit* theft M
iwentv lire holts «♦ silk, aawed nut of
jail this m.*nl*g and e«*peit. Me
wore no nantalnna* in HI* Hljfht. ha*
mg burned hi* net* irti«*er* tn | rer«Ji
their being idenllM^I us stolen g sod.
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