Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 225, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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MATT-.RSOF MOMENT TO
A SPECIAL REPORT MADE.
Tb# (ouiiiilui r l > Governor
Mton* **> fc«*ltlo With tin* Au*
illit r i*n'l Treasurer Mukr Their
Kr|Miri .% I.fimltiy ! •« u-
•iimi ml l-'ull of I'r'iU'
fill Hiuyg* «iloii«.
JicFriuHfloN I'm. Mo., .Ian. Tn«
commit ♦ - t' a ppoi n tr l 1 v < iovornor Stone
to nettle with tlu' state uutlitor und
treasu* iium'o their report this morn-
ing. Ii m lengthy document unci
fruit f ni •* MiifiteHtionH. It begins
with the mont that the treasurer
paid $.Vni ."«• • ti' t ho clerk of the Su*
prem • • 't on the approval of the
chief , lice, without the authority of
law. Him recommends that a law he
enacted to cover the ease. It i> fur-
ther Mi^jrested tha the law should he
ume< <i d m) as t« prohibit the auditing
of expense hills unless fully itemized,
as the s*nte tiv.ditors office contains
ni*' lulls whh.li are not clear and
jfito no *| -eitii iuxormation as to the
anvuiMts paid out.
The committee surest * al*o that
the fiscal year Ik* chftn^nl from IV*
cemlMvr :il to Ju i** -to. This action, it
arjf« e, , will enable the state ortieers to
eloso their aecounte before the meeting
of the p« neral assembly aud enable
the iu.siitutioti) to u.i their appropria-
tion . iti'out having a detieit -luring
the sion of the jreneral assembly.
It is recommended that an appropria-
tion of be made for th prescrva
tion of the records of the register of
lano-. office uow reposing in the offie
of the secretary of state.
In the examination of the insurane
depart •! nt at St. Louis, the commit-
tee f«' ni l a number of things which
requlicd a mention. Among th
omtiv nd tiou* is one sn nrestinjr that
th<- law exempting fraternal and hi
ne ol«: i insurance aaaoeiations from
th * - ■ r.'isiou of the iusr.rancc de-
pn me>H has Iktu grossly abused
•'! he p ot' th<- legislature. ' it
sa . - * naetin^ this law was worthy
an.i but it lm«s been made
the shield for fraudulent work by
ma«iv no ealle-1 benevolent societies
oru with f.ik«i benevolent lauses
to ee.- the public Wc think it
w**.ild he l etter to repeal the exemp-
tion clause and require all insurance
to • in under official supervision
Th* committee ai*o recommends that
rebates to agents be prohibited.
Concerning the )>enitcntiary it is
sugv* *te I that s:..ooi K> appropriated
for the purt hs >e of a d naiuo and
thiu alt the s%te printli < ami the
publication of school text books bo
done by the convWs. which the com
inittee estimate vill save the >tai*' at
least tliKHHM a v \ It rv^tie- that
Senator Turpi. Still Talking AsalnsS
III.* Mn.ri.KILI tun.I Hill.
Wahiiinotox. .la". The Senate
yesterday proceeded with the consid-
eration of the Nletirugua canal hill,
Mr. Tnrpie wmtlnuintf lii« kpeeeh in
oppoNitinn. fte bus not yet concluded,
ami to-dn.r "ill he the thir.l day of liis
s|M'cch. Hi*, remarks wer bitterly a"*
tatronlstie In the Nicaragua t'unul com-
pany, the senator characterising its
methods as those of I'eter Funk Mr.
Morgan will ask to have a time fixed
for a final vote as soon as Mr. lurple
The House spent the day debating
the Yost-Tucker contest election ease
from* the Tenth Virginia district.
Much interest was manifested in the
ease, owing to the fact the Kepublic-
ans on the committee which reported
the ease were divided, four ulding with
Mr. Tucker, the Democrat, and the
sitting member, and but two with the
Republican contestant, *!r. ^ o^t. The
debate will.close to-day at l o.elock.
LONE ROCK OF THE SEA
THE FAMOUS BEACON AT ED-
\ Mailt house Wkk-li IIm« IIm«I Mevrral
PivdrrrMon. €Hi« liming Iteeii Kwept
Away with lt« Hullilrr—Valnljr AnnaUed
liy Terrible Storm*.
helftit of twenty-live feet above hlRh- huire cisterns belli# capable of f"n-
water i«''el the tower is solid, with tainlng HO gallons, a nuaiitity whhii
the exception of a large water tank will nut lie much more than enough
let into It. From the same level to to last nine months. In the next
the tenter (if the lantern is 1H0 feet,
that i . nearly double the height of
Siueatou's tower. It contains nine '
compartments, in compared with
four in Smeaton's, and all the rooms
have domed ceilings, their height
•from IltHir to apex being !i feet U
Inches, and the diumeter 14 feet, |
with the exception of the two oil
rooms, which are somewhat smaller, j
On learning that no journalist, In- 1
rock nil the Kngllsh tent on describing the Kddystone
earliest intimation of a lighthouse, had hitherto succeeded
in landing on this most difllcultrock.
my eagerness to attempt the feat
was considerably emphasized. The
steam tug DMrhound. specially
clustered for the relief, is in readl- T
ness, and our party Includes the compartment—the w!nchroom--.irc
principal light-keeper, an assistant two doors for receiving stores Horn
keeper, two skilled mechanics for the boat by means of a sliding ciano
lighthouse repairs, and three or four i working through a porthole over
011 tin rai
par? l ent
apt cial re''
ti in ir
1 4 1 111 4 t t«
ami wearhonse e> m-
* report >ln>ws that
^..Hin inspection do-
v- ?ly of kin to th
. ami wire not eh< sen Aith
erenee to their protieicnev.
Th." ct mniitte- -av- There «aa 1k
no ns*nral ri'lation letwi n railroad
suj .vision and jjram ins^ ecti n and
e*|> rien |.4n shown the baneful i*f-
fee5 >. of divided resoonnihility in the
•idiuin.-♦ra*ion of law> I lie chief
gr*;n inspeetor should be free in the
selection of his force, and n fee*
should l«e paid into the treasury and
salaries fixed by the enactment
«>n the queatioa of criminal sts the
iimunitt" ti mis four reason ^ for the
enormous bilU iucua.|njt#nt j n ee it-
or*. delays In crlmi ial trial- .vrtiti-
eate<. of prt>bab!v iMi-e. r\,i v-,ve >•'■
nirt s ami < h.illeng % The i "in i «
reeommee N th - r\*d^triet\u tlie
state into lwenu-tlnov eir. u t out t
dUtriots nd ti n criminal court ilis-
tri« ts. The numWv « f jn ./c- would
thus rema*n th. >ain at'd the *alar <"•
of attorne\s \\ould b. saved man>
times ivv I'ho ouiiniitti'e further
rtiMoiiiwi Is th« H>iit'. n « f the grand
Jur« •> i relic of ihi 'ninueitUm
t niet f Pellet luhan f Kansas * \t>
sia a iueint#r of the tominlttee und
Selp^w t • write its re|airt
FOR RMLROAD MLN ONLY.
Tkr % er f !.• «• vrnnl It'll It III He
Jkl ( |1\ till .1.111 I'he
csHnaiittee on internal improvement*
met .a l night t > eon uler th« «ubjeet
of feKo\* .crvant legi«l**i«'n The
ihstrs were swung wide ojU'n and all
who i •**! "f«l to do *« is mid attend
fceery poaaible effort was m.nie ' v
the i-d.l jr to tangle up and c« nf <• the
eiNi. •••'tee. hut at the cIom* « f the hear*
i«a alter an hour a I'lam**"!! the
ivhi netli r agreed to re|H>
Ituiup l.fgUlnture Ailjourns.
Dovkh. I)el.. .Ian. 3J.—The • rump"
legislature adjourned sine die yester-
day afternoon, but before doing so is-
sued a manifesto. The document de-
clares that the rights of the people are
continually denied in Delaware; that
the legislature and executive authori-
liftvo been overthrown: that leg-
ally elected legislators have been
evicted from the state eapitol: that "a
corrupt oligarchy" has usurped the
executive sowers of u free state.
OI<l Clill Kiiiflm-er III***.
St. I.ci*i8. Mo.. .Ian. -i-—C olonel .1.
l; Moultt c - ne of the most prominent
civil engineers in the West, died here
yeaterdav. aged H7 years. In lSUtt
Colonel Moulton constructed the lex-
ington A Frankfort railroad, of which
llenry 4 lay was the president, lie
was afterwards chief engineer of the
Iron Mountain railroad, now a part of
the Wabash system, besides a number
of other road*.
Con grew* until McMlllln Wails. •
Surfvkpokt. l.a.. .lune Last
evening at oeeurred the wedding of
Miss l.ueile. tin second duughtur of
Mr. ami Mrs. James M. Foster, to Con-
gressman Hen ton McMillin. of Tenn-
essee. Congressman Hugh A. Dins-
more. of Arkansas, was host man, anil
Miss T. Oliver Foster was maid of
Over llie Frrsldral'a %«•!«.
Washington, Jan. Representa-
tive Vrtalerick, from the committee of
judii i i;*v ypsterduy submitted a re-
port f « >' :ng the passing over the
President's veto of the bill pn>viiling
for a t. >msolillation of a new divii
of Kasteru Texas and for holding the
terms of court at Iteautnont.
T t«*y Titlk About the ln«li:tu«
Washington. Jan. —The Hoard
of Indian commissioners are holdin
their twenty sixth annual conference
in this eity lion. Darwin H. James of
Hrooklyn acting as temporary chair-
man t>f tin gathering in the absence
of President tJates.
Mm) or I'mrnlmt Hi** Mill.
Mo\no vi.. Jan Krank slavin
and .1 itn Hall diii not spar in this city
lust iiikj" 11 'rile mayor ileeLareil that
he iv.uili1 pr. vent tliem if it ti ok all
the p..Mec and loenl militia, and lio at-
tempt was uiibile to pall the tontest.
|r. r i. ^Ilnluff P.imrtlurnt.
isihni.to>. .Ian. Senator Per-
kins! t California has intriHlueed a bill,
which is intended t* pave the way to
the i st itilishinent o( a bureau, or a de-
partment -if the government, to Ik* ile-
voted to tin- uiiliintr induatrv.
W^Nll «l l. l ittle Htt|ip«.rt.
i.oMHij. Jan. The Chroniele
savs it is believed tiiat Senator Wot
eott of Colorado has found little sup.
|H>rt n London for the idea of ti new
(iiil.l... tin* .Mariner.
Of all lighthouses the most familiar
is the noble structure which proudly
renrs Its head aliove the dangerous
lighthouse on the Kddystone dates
hack as far as l(i«4, when the propos-
al was made by Sir John Corryton and
Henry Hrunker, but nothing further
transpired regarding the scheme.
The llrst lighthouse was built by
llenry Winstauley. who liegan his
■lltticult ia«k in HUM and completed
it four years later. The structure
was of wood, and Winstauley soon
discovered that it was uot strong
enough to withstand the terrible
storm which roll in from the Atlan-
tic. Accordingly ho remodeled and
strengthened it considerably, and it
being intimated to the architect that
the lighthouse would certainly bo
overset, he replied that he should
only wish to be there in the greatest
storm that ever blew, in order to see
its effect upon the structure. Ilis
wish was gratiffed, for a dreadful
tempest raged in 1703, while he and
his workmen and lightkeepers were
in the building, which carried away
the ligjithouse and its inmates, and
all perished In the sea, the only sign
remaining being the larger irons
whereby the work was llxed to the
rock. It is regarded by the Strand
Magazine as very remarkable that at
the same time this catastrophe hap-
pened the model lighthouse at Win-
staniey's residence in Kssex fell down
and was broken to pieces.
Other Structure* lllowu Away.
It being absolutely necessary, as
navigation increased, that a guiding
light should lie maintained upon this
VIM. VIGOR, VITALITY,
IN SO DAYS.
good KrrciTN at owes.
u.'ti federal o apeelal debility. *•*!!?•
ne... | rniatnrrliii>«. «uil.Jloni,.IMWJ.
ey, litre.!., e«r. 1 '"« ■«• tunetloaal dU-
or.ler., f.u.i'it by error, .ir q«li-*lj re-
■1 nng l.o«t Manliouil ill otil or young, liflaj
CURE* IS QUICK AND
Don't h« «!<'rel ed by imiUti°n«: I0 t o«
visitors who are curious to inspect 1 either door, as well as for landing and
the lonely sea home for which we
dnmiit.t do*, not II
Hunt tealeil 11 «
ITIoe II V' PU1.
.r . with written (uanotee of com-
plete Hire. Infurnwtiun. ntorencjs. ejo-. '"J
i,..l c.nlVt. litml *«i.'l
■in rt. fur We.k'1 trial troitmMt. Oae oalf
cnt lo each person.
, BOSTON. MASS-
jaton's Tansy Pills.
k tried, troa nod aafti FOB V01EI
A rt KII.Ol s I.AM)I*I.
reef, so fraught with danger to mar-I arc Isiunil. When stores are taken
Incrs. it was lecided to construct a 1 m and everybody is on board, the
second lighthouse, and in ITnii John
j Uudyerd (a common laborer's son.
1 who rose to th ' position of a silk
| mercer on l.tidga'■■■ Ilill) commenced
I to build one nf wood upon a stone
I and timber foundation, the general
I design—a cone-shaiH'd column—being
4 i itt M j.u
i li^ht *l« here. e*pc
iii'. *i' "
ArTKIt 1HC Mt.l//AHI>.
t nn lhe 1
t hi* «|«t HrnH «l fr «le
much more appropriate With th
third Kddystone lighthouse Is .tssts ia-
teil the more familiar name of John
RSMStQSi who In IMS completed .1
tower entlrel* of stone, winch wa
consldertd .it tin time as one of
the wonders of the world. The
tower was built o( mooratone (the
true granite), found In th'1 neighbor-
IikhI of I'l.vinoiith. and the tlr t h|i«'k
was laid on a Sundai In June. IT'iT. i
the exact date W'lng deeply Inclwd
tn the stone itself, ami after four
tears' lals>r u| ii the o k. hindered
by Innumerable obstacle, and dan-
gers. the lighthouse was satl f:v torlly
completed Without any I' «S of life or
luuK Kverv atmie was Ingeniously 1
dovetailed to it. nelghl.ir, and so
substantial was the whole structure
that the most violent stortna had no
effect ii|«'ti it although the wa>es|
would frunientl* enwrap the i. w. r
like a sheet, raising at times to
ignal is given, and olt we start in a '
Making :t r<-rilon« l.:iiulini;.
When the tug arrived close to the
rock anchor was cast and a couple of
j lines were thrown on l oanl from
| those on the reef. With these the
tug was made fa>t l*>w on to the
lighthouse, and then a strong rope is
let down from a crane on the tower
aud made fast on the visiting Ix at.
I Each of those desiring to land grasps
■ this line, puts his foot in a loop at-
i tached thereto and i* then hoisted to
i the landing stage, experiencing no an-
I while the thrilling sensation of
I hanging on a rope in mid-
air, jerking and swaying over the
! boiling surf, with the salt spray
; dashing in Ills face. Krom the land-
ing stage the entrance is approached
by a ladder formed by a series of gun
metal rungs let into the stonework.
After our recent exertion we make
for the kitchen aud enjoy a plain,
i > i I substantial tueal. followed by a smoke
aud a chat: then, escorted by Tom
Cutting (third lightkeeiiert. 1 make
a detour of the building. I'nder
> foot I. the water tank, capable of
holding t.'aiO gallons. The waits are
r; 1 nine feet thick at this p.int and the
gun metal doors weighs ton. thus
massively constructed in frtler to
withstand the shock of heavy seas.
The IKht an.I Ll.lni Hooum.
Thence, by a (light of sixteen steep
iron steps ,a similar llight connects
r.e.l.Nl tee Mr*. I*. p*i.,
WiMtllistiw. !. at
f r hes me.le a f*e.*«l |. r t~.rt
the senate fc.mmHle. .m nen.l ■
• trill foe the *ei>ef Mr. I
IVrhln«. widow of tc. iat. • i
|ltsh..|i W IV-eWm. <f Hue...
repoit .tronuli t.. n netids ii.ni
relle' la gra t il uhri that
Iila* he pei'l ■*' tnoeCo
I |.|H1.M..| a.. ISim
iililt . Jan. llaHs
id AO A K man f.w*. i
* ity ah.t lestrtieten
1 his I I'-s a* < (
ehe.tr ntf he' * Wh inlt''
The ewtftb M*e.l tit
.fir* and Use ehi"
•here • ♦ whom one
The ehildreti were p'l
hmwe at l*are«w-'tl
wHeef .4-^isiie *
died vwat..r.lai ' •
•Me* after a
W>.< :* ■ ' -I
dmiMe lis height
It from t k w
l-laa ..I the ft
The pr>wilt K
l netl iii |ss;
■ III til'
and b tail' hiding
Hl'r l*ea t
*vnl I laMh« **ae>
wa* completed III
• ar*. ami Is founded
t. liMl l*a|i of the reef at «
..f forti i arls from tta | red'
sti Jatue. lh iiglase grrttlv
I upon "snii-etoti's design in
i i evIhMlrieiii t a*. I net rail of
utud'htf • '.mhieitcind at th'
• oni- nl«
ti us ih
thi* U.e WA •>•!> hf'
heavt a* from breaking
a| ttf-t ut.. Uit attoniim. a
in ling I'latfofm
it neetl'in with th
ightii 'tmr #en- tsg'in
th* wen dnfitlg th
e..tepolled to w .rk hr|
of low Wat r. ,in«t
• in • Is let* t ti e
•t.ii w • 'eld tw th
nf*h. h". t*" r
t In isHitH^ti th
• The *to,,w
I k' "f
cmbarkiniT In rough weather. Then
comes the kitchen or living room,
where the small party of three cook
and eat tlielr meals and enjoy their
Still ascending, we reach the low
llghlroora. devoted mainly to an ap
paratus for giving a white, tlxetl sub-
sidiary light. The eighth compart-
ment is the bedroom, having live
berths, two above and three below,
with cretonne curtains, and below
are cupboards for clothes; the two
speaking tubes fixed on the wall arc-
connected with the lantern and low
lightrooin respectively, so that the
keeper ou night duty can easily coin
raunlcato with his sleeping mates
should ail accident happen and
sistance lie required. Considerable
space is devoted to the two pressure
pumps for supplying oil to the lain)
by means of weighted rams, which
being llrst nils" ! by a pumping lever,
descend gradually into the oil. fore
inn it up the pipes into the lamps.
The chief work performed in the ser
vice room is at niitht. when the light
is going and the keeper is on duty
luti'iiAe Light* for s cr ny Weather.
Surmounting the last llight
stairs, we enter the m ist interesting
compartment of all, namely, the lan
tern. It is HI feet high, 1-1 feet In
diameter and cylindrical in form
The framings arc made of steel, cov-
ered externally with gun metal, and
there is a very careful arrangement
for thorough ventilation, having re.
gard to the great heat thrown off bv
the lamps. The lighting apparatus
is the outcome of many costly experi-
ments in optical science. The lamp
is known as a Ii lugl iss improve 1 six-
wick burner—that is. one having ~ix
tubes of wick of varying sizes, the
larger encircling th ■ smaller, which,
when burning, produce a solid Maine
equal t i to the intensity of
standard sperm eand es. 'I wo such
burners are fitted, one above the
I other, within the revolving drums,
i so that in had weather flashes of
enormous intensity are -ent forth,
the combined Illuminating power I
inu equivalent to -oii.ooo candles.
The glass apparatus bj whieh the
1 effect of each burner is augmented
and economized, consist; nf two
twelve-sided drutn>. each six feet in
' height and each side or panel of
whieh is formed by a central lens or
bull's eye and surrounded by concen-
tric ring's of larger bull's eves, so that
| the same effect is obtained as though
a portion of one huge lens were em-
ployed. The two ball's OH of ad-
joining panels a>e brought close to-
gether, much resembling two ey-s
squinting: and on the totatlon of th'-
drums, with the insitl-- central light
burning, each bull's eye an I its sur-
rounding rings carry round a tonoen-
trated beam of light, which becomes
visible to the outside observer as soon
as the focus of the bull's c)e falls
upon him. A very short intenal oc-
curs between the Hash f the tir~t
bull's eve and that of tin see ,ud. and
after two such Hashes m arh half a
minute elai ses before another | air of
squinting yes conies round and dis-
charges the two Ilashe«: and i bus is
obtained ih distinctive light of the
Kddystone. The two drums are
su perl tup -seil. with a lamp in ea'h.
so that in *gu weather, whes Mk
act together, i double lighting power
The monotonous loiunl of duties
1 carried on dav bv dm so far away
from tin Ir feliow men invar .tli'i hi-
i duces, aft.-r the llr t month, u 'ute
depression of .(.Irlts, tie alt i- k last-
ing from t*1 .vi- I - -1 wi uvy .four h ir-.
and. w< 'k I e n/ t. m|x>r.-irlU impossi-
ble. the sufferer leuialtts in Ids berth
! until th' sickles, misleral... his
i males tlilu.u Ins duties BiiMuwhile,
I ry month t«< ither |« i mlttliu •
relieving vess-'l g' -soiit f ■ the light-
bouse. takliw Hi- man who ha* had
hi* month ashore and p turning with
the k* c|a-r who 11.|s c> liltilel.-d hi.
three month., hut it frequently hap-
p. ns that th' ith- r tt|e t. ti • r
ealeiihilion* when conimunleMi Ion by
•Ignal alone can I«■ etT' Ct«sl In fin-
w-.ither ' a Ii man I* oil duty four
hour* and - ight hour* off, hut when
the at lie sphere I* thick there l«
to |v rfnrtn. tW" men l e-
h at th> ..line tine
.ii 111 III't • 'hn It Is ti. •
PERRY ICE AND
Genuine McAlester Coal
and the Best Kan-
L eave Order®
At Joe Stout's Cigar Store and
at M. Greenwald's Second hantf
store, east side of Square.
All deliveries free inside city limits.
F. G. Moons,
bank of perry.
Opposite Post Office.
[^"Solicits accounts nf Farmers, Mer-
chants and Corporations.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK.
ty\ G.neral Ballkmf Bas.nM. Tr.psatWe
S.MOBIUS. ' W(,k',0.^cV
MORRIS & JOHNSON & KELLOGG,
Practlea to «'l fourt. of Ih. T.llllmS <yj
4 , •* llao , 1 or th«
Territory an.] Interior Department
' n I
♦ hut %
tit ti It!|f
p -rui* • '<
«t.i« | art
ti« l lit
E M. CLAHK,
Will practice in all Territorial I ti
Office in Jones Huildinfr
Joseph, S. Rose. 4, Julia. I. aa4
Louis, 1, ehildren of Paul Harteovitch,
Chieopo. were left looked in by their
mother and when aha returned the
Uuuse waa burned and tha children all
Justice Field says that Cleveland
lhall not appoint his successor if he
:an help it.
It is stated that Olney has told Spain
that the Cuban war mue b« endad
within three months.
Bland's friends ay that he will
lureiy lead the minority tn the House.
Frank l)e Wolfe, an opera singer,
took his life, owing to despondency,
due to stags fright.
MeKlaley's msionty of the popular
tote, with the official votes of but •
few dlstricta missing, is SU.119
l.o.lfred Hunter has the Keatneby
senatorial nomination In hie grasp,
but Hraiiley may not eall as sstra ses-
A sewer pips trust Is being formed
Paper mills srs forming a pool te
hold no publishers
I Ohio and Pennsylvania miners are
prepai ng for their snnual strike
' Pitt.burg Plsts tllass company has
rc. ittii'.l work In sll Its factories.
I r A. H. Cowan, la Jail at Fort
Worth, T.saa, killed hlmeeif hv eating
Antliraelte eoal trust egwment,
•hie • xplree January I, will be r*
Hel rews srs raising IWM.OOO for tha
Hebr. ' I'nloa eollege at Cincinnati
Hsfs blowers got H.'Wt la diamond*
sad cash from Jeweler Hirshburg't
Safe In < >maha
Carnegie library trneteaa heve or-
lered Sunday con.-eru la the Mueta
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Perry & Welch. Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 225, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1897, newspaper, January 22, 1897; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111960/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.