The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 148, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 16, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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The United States Getting into
Wrangle with Foreign Power*.
THE ITALIAN LYXCH1NGS.
The Shouting of * HritUh Ptwr aud Tariff
KrUUUtloa to !*«• Attended to Al-
lotment* and liitlUM -Tha
OM M Mtl MRTS M WtSI BATTU still'. THE MvJtsiu
provtn* of late The record hat
\ in Ihe bttUdia* of the hatile-
A out in )u*t about one year,
ran* -riuu e when she t« put
Mtfhini; fifty ton* ami built on
•thod of t
i flat *t<
the h p.
ti by an arm or-plated hood which revolves with
rhii h r* M>eu protrudtn* from the side ami the
. "" •« of the ktrvu-ture a6ov<-. aiul are a.i piloted on ihe further ami unaeen aule
°lf 'r* * ' 1 , % , , , a,u\ arv ,-onsmi te.l on the rapul (tip,: principle. In length
U,M.T,.u-..4tStrr, ..ulbM^r. ,llh of TM-.-. « h-r « Wat her - .ler line .Ml. her
total d apl*oe«ieul will fall but Uttle short of ton« Her • * of I. o '
to drive her at mieea and a half knot* with natural and seventeen ami a half with
forced draught. _ ———
PUIOOKATIC tCOSOM 1
Reprveentatlve llenderaon. of
the rankin* republican meiulx-r of tlu-
taouto committee on appropriation-.
completed ami uiade public a day or
two afo a a I ►rest of the appropriation*,
made by the iaat congrett- ami com
paring 'them with those luai'o bv the
four previous. congre i'> 1 he tola >
wore as follow>
Forty-ninth confb " * * .
rtfttj-fiivt confw* " '
Fit t \ NCOBdOOUffTMS '
Fifty-third cougress. - *o. •
It will bv **en that the* two last
congw««*. both democratic, m*l' the
arcest appropriations, and then
should really be
the total appropriation* made by the
last congresa. as that is the amount
that must be appropriate,! to pay eon-
tracts authorised, and Mr. lleudcrson
estimates that insufficient appropria-
tion* for public printing.pensions etc
w III necessitate a deficiency app^pr.a-
tion of at least X .x\i<«' b\ the Vifty-
.ourth congress. The two last demo
cratic congrrss«« were both billion
dollar congrcssas. the first in the lit*-
tory of the country.although the dem
ocrats made a national campaign by
falsely calling the Kifiy-first. or Reed,
wngr^-ss the billion dollar congrc-s
I Tin very creditable record madtf by
lion W. T Uttto. ot Noble county, in
the house hi a matter Ml county appre-
ciates. Kittle as known as a skilled
newspaper tuau of keen intellect ani
broad information. This was his first
experience in a legislative bo.lv, but
hating K-en around such bodies much
in the capacity of an observant and
accurate reporter, he was familiar
with their workings, and when seated
in the legislature by a vote of the peo-
ple. took on the harness as naturally
as though he had been In that busi-
ness many titnea before. He was suc-
cinct and racy in debate, careful in
analysis of the many measures before
the house and seldom went wrong on
any of them, lie proved himself an
aitcpt organizer by securing the pu--s
a^e in the house of his bill locating
the insane asylum at Perry, one of the
most prominent achievements of the
session, and settiug a valuable prece
dent for his town. He favored liberal
laws and secured the passage of his
athletic bill through the house with
I only two opposing votes, a bill which
I most of the broad-minded busiuess
men of the territory thought should
K- passed Noble county madenomis-
take when it elected Will T. Little to
the legislature, as demonstrated by
what he accomp -he..
.A PE.UiX'K-tTil" I'lEII.
Newkirk IMiuvrat Just at the
close of the legislature the guthrie
organ of the territory, and given the
contract for territorial printing. «
l.eader is the democratic organ and
until now has been the beneficiary of
all this printing and natural p
a *%-i The I oader deserves
a great howl, me .
nothing louring the sess.ou * .
legislature it had nothing but t-.atery
for that republican body. and s.oo.. n
with the combine to stir .ip count?
seat war*, and every boodler was an
angel from the l.eaders standpoint
Sow after the Leader gets it in the
neck, it discovers t '• the -eg-* >
was full of corruption and v- c
have no use for a democratic ^per
that can l>e K^tt^ht up e ther with
promises or money, by a repu '. 'an
fho Loader has alwmvs
or^mnixAtKvn i ^
pursued a se'.fi-H po. -v af...
all the little democratic orga.. in
the territory to su.ee e w jii(
Itt* takes snuff, aud if any iLII *
of prominence dares ... as. t..
tion to the Leader gang, he is imme-
diately ostracised. The ^u.-.e^..>
of the Leader is whol .y .amag nary
W* publish today the speech of >en-
!>il 1 of ™
on the athletic bill. With this ar^
aem we dia^tM Neverthe.css. he
sa-rs ainv gcsxl things whva maa>
g.xxj j*opw « '■ pprOT,? Ttu'
is wholesomely e*r*«t and no dout>
tad much effect in the failure of the
bill in the council. We believe the
r-sssage of the t " ^ A
good th ng for the territory v *. ^ -*
mercial way and no injury in s moral
way \ou cannot build a g-* s.ati
w.th >e-j. ws- Trerea "
.n.t there alwavrs
Wn fWi iffctlag ww -
will be. Jus*, as there always ..as
b**o whisky drark and always
he Law sr.."J Id attempt to restrict
and not proh bit. The forme- has
P«.ven a success tie alter ..r -tter
failure The atilet J*s-.-..-.e«.
boiin* Matches naway ; . •-% -u ..
have le«sece..:. *.s bruta ty i- '
it as near an acceptab.e er.gag« •
as hs pniMe in physical coat.sis c
the sciect.ic ? ^"
lr-add vg as- t to -. ry w ck a
fellow and then make t in pay for the
time and trouble n sock to c.j it.
Japan charges s'h -a s • ov :
■ ; ^
TiiaapMl ctriUter The triple
alliance in Knrooe is now w mf ,o
take in J spa i as an advanced n a
To unbelievers the Hilman life In-
surance case should be a hope of im-
mortality. llilmau has returned at j
least once a year for the last twenty-
five years, and - again before the su-
pre me ev .'.rl of Kans^>
t ratitvBB should never die. The j
anniversary of Worth's death should
bo made an international holiday by j
the fashionable women, on which they
could dress parade in memory of his
benef-u". -n to then
This country his been liberal with
the Itai'.an hand or£*n and *e uionk
v.ut if the race riot of Colorado is not
y set"..ed we may ^ret more
music of the kind than we will know
how to pay for
Tilt JUN \m:R t-OKMOv*.
Ij. ir t ff the l vVAAi
t; , t t
W asiun .ton. March 15.—The prt ni-
deut n« longer haa "conjrr«aa on hia
hatida,*' but he has something which
i likely to cause him almost a- much
trouble. For a week diplomatic in-
cidenta have been coining t tlie rate
of one a day. There is only one Ku-
ropean j>< \or with which the I nited
States has not at present some kind of
complication, aud that is Austria. The
a) . • Bf of • pifMV oi :i Brltisll ship
at New Drleaus and the killing of sev-
eral Italians by a mob brought rept rta
of both of those pi>wers to the state de-
partment yesterday, while the Spanish
minister dropped in to say that he had
not heard from the commander who
tired on the 1'nited States mail steam-
>hip. but from the American version he
rather thought his countryman was
\Vhen several Italians were killed in
New Orleans in the riots against the
Mafia it was held by the president and
the secretary of state and attorney-
general that in the absence of a call
1 from the governor the I nited States
troops could not interfere aud that the
' general government could give no
guarantee of indemnity to foreigners
for injuries sustained. It will be re-
member, d that the Italian government
demanded this guarantee, and that it
was the occasion of a serious diplomatic
entanglement, resulting in the recall J
of the Italian minister and the break*
i ing off of diplomatic relations between
1 the two countries. The matter was
finally settled by the payment of H.iHW
for each of the Italians killed.
In regard to the present incidents
I the state department ortieials antici-
pate less trouble from the shooting of
tlie purser than they do from the mob
' bing of the Italians in the west. :
TI fir ng on the steamer presents an-
other foreign complication which did
not exist at the time of Mr. i/levelan 1 .
| taartan for kla vacation, and he will
probably not know of either of these
events nntil his arrival here. It is un-
I .ier-too.l that while Spain receded, in
part at lca-t. from her discrimiiations
1 against American flour, the fact of her
feelin .' eompelle 1 to do so did not in-
crease her goodwill toward the I'nited
States Moreover, there Is a disposi-
tion in that country to attribute the
troubles from the rebellion in Cuba
largely to American influence. Still it
is thought this affair will be patched
j up without much difficulty.
The really serious incidents are those
' which hare arisen from the discrimina-
tion against American products bv
r.ermany and France The question of
retaliation i. now ripe, and tne presi-
dent will be called upon to it settle very
-■ -edilv Minister Eustis has not com-
municated to the state department the
reply of the French government to his
latest protest, but it is expected that a
communication from him will be re-
ceived w.thin two or three days, and
«ill be here f <r Mr Cleveland's consid-
eration on his arrival. A great deal
depends upon the nature of that rewly-
If it is not -at.-factory something will
have to be done. Whatever action is
taken with relation to the discrimina-
:i H'.s with France will naturally have
to be taken as to tiermany. the Nether-
lands and IVnmark.
ski uno. i.njvor to iskians.
i Wa-iuro\. March IS. — Indian (om-
missioner Browning regrets thai the
last congress failed to pa-s anv law t
; meet the new question that has a:.*::
to cause trouble among '. e In i .i"s.
DhUW last summer by the I n.ted
I States courts settle t it that n-p.-'se-
1 ing liquor to Indians who had.
j under the allotment law. taken
lands in severalty 1 e o arts
held that this aet on the part of the In
s; tin ier the law admitted him
b'UKl U'JH.IlAWj ;
High Grade Tobaeeo
MILITIA OX DUTY.
State Troops Guard Negroes on the
New Orleans Levee.
RIOTERS TO BE ARRETTED.
^;„v. Fo«t<>r rrooil***! That All th«"
pAuta In the Recent Klot Sh*ll lie
Brought to Justice— 111
<Jalt t To-l> jr.
Nfw Orleans. March 15.—Four yean
apo toil a v several thousan! ino ti un-
der the leadership of prominent citi-
zens marched to the old parish prison
and shot to death eleven Italian^ who
were implicated in the assassination of
Chief of Police Hennessey. To-day
Sew Orleans is ajsin in the midst of a
period of excitement, with its mil>tia
a*?ain on duty on the levee, protecting
negro laborers from mob violence.
This has been done in pursuance of a
proclamation by Got. Foster, issued
late jmti It) ftfl '• a con-
sultation with leading business men.
in which, after commanding ail people
to keep the peace and forbidding as-
semblages likely to cause trouble, he
promises through the proper law ofii-
cers to see to it that the participant*
.n Tuesday's riot are brought to jus-
low ii ¥ mki
Two I.arge Hou«e« at i My
Kan* \s ClTV, Ma, March IV WhiU
a bitter eold wind was blowing fn.in
the north last evening a tire broke out
in the four-^tory building of the hng-
lish Supply i Hngine t o., at 410, tia
and 414 West Fifth street and burned
for one hour and thirty minutes w-ith
incredible fury. When the Are had
spent its force two magnificent brick
buildings were smouldering ruins and
property to the value of .,4-',«uo had
been destroyed. The tire started a^
.v;o o'clock. It was under control at .
o'clock The flames from the hnglish
.Supply Co.'s building communicated
with the four-story brick occupied
by the ilreat Western type foundry
and the Western Newspaper union and
thirty minutes later the walls of both
buildings began to fall. The tlames
leaped 100 feet in the air, and burning
brands were showered over the north
end, threatening to destroy that por-
tion of the town. Adjoining bin dings
were set tire by burning brands, but
were extinguished before any damage
had been done.
The total loss was about 1340,000;
and the total Insurance was JIM.OOO.
CI ItlOl'S PESilOJI CASK.
Meslcsn d<1 Civil War V.teran Wants Two
La Porte. Ind., March 15. I.
Morey, of this city, has instituted suit
in the Washington court of claims for
a pension for services in the rebellion.
The case Is a curious one and is said to
involve a question that has never l>een
adjudicated. Mr Morey served In the
Mexican war and also in the civil war.
For this latter service he was granted
a pension. When the Mexican pension
law was enacted he applied for a pen-
sion. and it was granted, but he was
informed that the law would not per-
mit of two pensions being drawn, and
he must choose which one he would
take The Mexican pension was the
larger, and he took that, and the other
was stopped. He now claims the latter
and will sue in the court of claims for
the recognition of his demands The
case will be noted with general inter-
est, as the result will be of personal
moment to several thousand Mexican
soldiers who also served in the re-
. H BRtM LE, H. U.
u. i>. iai"sii. t>.
The soldiers had Wen re>ting on
their arms at their respective :*rra ir:es
for two davs. and it was not known at
what hour they would be called out. .
As soon as the word had been received
at th«? various arm •r.e-*
ernor's proclamation had been issued,
the troops knew well that tiie next or-
der would be for them to m*rch to the
river. Consequently all was bustle
and excitement at the different armo-
ries. Officers sent for derelict men. and
when orders were sent for various com- j
manders of respective battalions to be
ready to march to the river this morn-
ing nearly all the soulien had reported
At 7 o'clock this morning the wharf
in front of the Harrison line of steam-
ers began ?•* present an auimated ap-
pearance. The stevedores of the va-
rious caaj"> of negro >crewmen
I longshoremen had ^ent w >ri to their
1 men to report at the wharf at the reg-
nlar hour to be-in work. Xotwith-
standmg that m:.::ary r" *•««:: " ;-iI
been promised *-• *.-em. some of
colored men were dn . about visit-
they feare-i that the 'es coUiu
easilv hide theause'.ves behind cotton
| bales and pick taeta o3 before either
v -r -. - . r-j. '- r as-
made the..- appearance at the time
mentioned- At that hoar the levee
swarmed w.-.i ?:..* *=. Vot not a
man wearing a m ..tiry anif rm was
, in sight.
Wben the cerr
fcMGUTS OF MACCABEES.
Their state Convention Concludes
by the Election of OlTlcer*.
T )PEiiA. Kan.. March IS. The
KnighU of the Maccabees concluded
the work of their state convention
here yesterday by the election of the
following officers for the ensuing year:
Past commander. W. T I.ake. Kan-a-
City. Kan.: commander, C. V I rUell.
Wichita: lieutenant-commander. A. H.
Sears, Fort Scott: record keeper. L.
c. Masterson.Kansas City. Kan : tinance
keeper. II. >. Mueller. Sedgwick: chap-
lain. 11. W. La Rue. Horton: sergeant-
at-arms. C. F. l>a-vson. Hutchinson;
I sentinel. J. D. Carlyle. Troyi picket, 'f.
II Feck. Holland; representative to the
supreme tent. C. N Johns-m, Gypsum.
KANSAS lHKlllATIO.N BOARD.
mid not con-
'.e the '.an i i> a'.'. I
-- - ter ''■*
opa'aKd portion of tie
icetnea to.i tka tiat
f It fo
- taey ^ee- - - 7
*r>un . Kv
I: is ex-
TH1\ MAX l l IKKKSrCU.
W.rr.nl. fH F*'
tnuuma. lnd.Man.-h lx-Vy-
rvMi l\ Kill-. the -vernor s private
-ar- . «lt w.t> n'ured .ti t le r t
at tne>illIIT* r.- -.•«•••• «• ■ M M M lav
sav that t i- nt-tt wlo were cmspwa-
s ■ • .I - N • VttaiMIN
V- <o'. • *. *ea\ • * St a:. It • ua-
- -a vv: . . .. .v ,—viQ be issued
^[lliri i br Ta<4r W«*rk.
Ma U. — An attempt
a- an Ka I a
ered an India:
re w :e
r.-.e -"er sa/> re
verv litt'.e a'..^tt v.; i ne
a '.aw isra^e i a- t * " '
..eve allotments un.ter the .-- ~r
the courts *•> . . do m.>ne barm t ~art
I J005U 5VSD SOT HTMT
Wa.su:> ito* Mirvi 1V-N- iafor
mat ■^as *- r " *—
the K ;sa~-x i~ > in t-.e .---a- ter-
u -- ---
;^r n v j re-.*t c- t.ie La~is * -
be in any h :-ry as .t v-i ^T-?ra_
.wfore the K cara'o .z.^as
WiSCSCWS. Marefc ix-hiriw «*-
am z ~ ^ *7 —
• .- aai.'l N- **' •-« ■' '
E. Lore. i. rv Carr aai W. *
n : i r%T* tzT
■*" i> r
of tie entire
^ Therefore tiej
irr.Tf. Another faet
yzT*z*mta.t to taen
: - '.-e of any
-v - t *. te
' —-r «*r<c-^e4 were
ma • ^ ^
vAve doae tie same thiajC before a-<
he w;'.i be tried a^ain in a boat i«
♦earner * xic z. was ai ta: ced
: r tie artned x.. 3 T-e^-ar. woaji -
v: mtn to rk nzUl
^ :oaa«a^ t w«
thea w th tie ftrud ar3'- r^.
w :ri sent thai t wocI4 ce
o'clock bef-re tne troops woc .i reach
t-e s«.e2e. CoaMqvenUT all idea of
w "*~a ac«azi i - ~e\i ~zz.ti., tsat r.
^ - :-e-^ were ordered to re-
rj - a- .zi. Tbev did so at they
tie po^-e vcrr cloudy
At t • :r ar :• zted t-e troopa ar-
- ttd c the scene and wonc was re-
"7 i:cc all c? the - tarr c?cc-
the zar:i to t-e rtver
front. Eaca 3xa~ carr-.e-i a ride aad
- s wi->: was a beat coata.~c.~ni:
' -..v^tj r.ctii 'cartridges.
bi- >eh. T-e r-esezce of the a_ tarr caued
--issa. ie~ :-strat:*>a ** the part
str.ifr^ The"r the s:t«atioa
jx'.t aid there was a- absence 4
•t Garden City I
Topkka. Kan.. Marc i 15.—The new-
state board of irri^at >n met at the ag-
ricultural department yesterday and
organized by the «?. :t. a of D. M.
Frost, of Garden tairman, and
W. It Sutton, of Ruvell. secretary.
The other member- of t ae board are
M. B- Tomlin. of Ch- -t'.and. and tne
president of the state ajrxniturii
.e^e and jreolo^iat f the state ur.
versity. Ttie N^arl ..i- 5 •* •* *
which to make irrigat. i exper.meata.
WUl -I*o I .-if Frvxi L
are preparing to receive t - e rr. .>-n •'
f the lerislatcre. -tate tfic a.-. a< ^-
paper men and other* Satariar a.vr-
- . - .- > T v.-:t r% w... - "> *
de>•*- with carr:ares aa-i driven
-he :ity A banquet be.-inn .;? at
' r.Ju o'elodc and endin? at 10i o'clock
v. -.ase place in the evening at A fc> |
-iation Park hotel- A th-xtani do.lara
.rill be expended eatertaiain^-.
to *ae l>e^a Pe«^lty.
L:v L* Neh. March IS.—Nebraska
-euatora yesterday pat themselves on
ree rd as oppoeed to the death penalty
V reo mmeudinz f >r pas^are senator
\Vats->n's bill providing f r no greater
^c-ishment f'je any crim.nal than life
jm pritosf a t.
TELEuK IPHU MKEVITIES.
Xrere - an epidemic of imp at Oil
~*.T Pa over cases being' now un-
der treatment. I
jy nrar p.anters of Loaisiana w...
; | larre refinery at New Orleans
~n. -.t. ->n to the surar trust.
The work.oz hours of the M . K. A
T railroad employes have been in
_•-easel from eijfct to ten hoars per
•A i - TiM — sVi At v-
va-ia. Mo.. by the sheriff of l^awnee
eoartv. Ok., charged with crand lar->
j - * fxcalty o? Yale colic re has voted
. , - the fre-hmaa class from
ptaviaz football w;th any other college
BBtNCLE 4 l"I*CLI,
hysician & Surgeon
Office at City drug store, S. ide of
wuare opposite court house, lteaid-
ence over btore. All calls promptly
answered, day or night.
Details of the Shooting of Two Mora
Italians in JaiL
FREE FIGHT IN A COUNCIL
tbarcM <•' Boo.HUi* tart S..h lll« « Clly
father* Warpath Omaha'a
Churrh War ompllraled -
Ittotera Arre ted.
Wai.mkn'II'BO, CoL, March 15. Sia
dead bodies are now in the hands of
the coroner as the result of the venire-
aoce wreaked Tuevlay night (jn the
Italian miners charged with the kill-
i in? of Abner Uixon at Rouse last Sun-
day night The last two victims were
shot to death in the jail here yes-
terday morning. The vigilante#
secured admittance by representing
that they were officer* with a
prisoner. "They then went to the cell
where two Italians were confined.
The masked men then began firing
at the Italians, who cried for inerey
in vain One of the first shota must
have brought relief to [yirenzo,
whom the men seemed to regard with
especial hatred as the officially de-
clared murderer One bullet passed
through Rochette's head and two
pierced the thoracic cavity, but he
writhed and groaned in agony for as
much as twenty minutes. The mur-
derers then left, while the jail guards
secured their revolver* and fired In-
effectually at them.
Last night everyone was confident
that the trouble was over. It i
claimed here that all of the dead Ital-
ians had taken out naturalization pa-
I per*. If this is so the Italian govern-
ment can do nothing
I (Jov Mclntire received yesterday
fr in the authorities at Washington
an 1 the Italian consul at this point in-
uuiries concerning the \Val enburg
lynching*, and he wired that he would
inform them as soon a. he got infor-
mation from the sheriff
free fight is a council.
Nkhvii i.e. Tenn . March 1' —At
the meeting of the city council last
; night to consider the application for a
new electric railr.>ad charter much bit-
ternessdeveloped because of charge* of
t«jodling At the close of the meeting
Councilman Stewart knocked Mr.
Rhea, one of the railroad directors,
down several times and beat Attorney
Itradford. Two other councilmen en-
gaged in a fight, and were both some-
what injured. Other persons present
were battered up.
OM All \ s ciiibcii WAS COMPLICATED.
OMAHA, Neb., March IV—The dis-
trict court sent officers to St- Paul s
Polish i atholic church to maintain
Priest Karminski in possession and ar-
rest the rioters for contempt of court.
Priest Karminski was arrested yester-
day. charged with deadly assault on
on.- of his assailants. All has been
quiet since Tuesday.
t .Te en-.'ioyes were T
Wni l by the Mk| of tan from
a furnace at >haroc. Pa.
n f i —i - h ~se-s a th.
r an . - easily eootraoted it i isas
who Lorar in co«taet w-.ta tae
-• i- -is. a_^ pro-
:.-e tae . <• i ta. <r a..-yjx.
Mm. ars er. - as.* •
The *arr la the ra^e :i Jzz* s
fcr the rirur of Gas ' *^.ass. at
Gaur:* Mi. broacht in a verdict cf
tj ia: uv>v: tha pczaaaeal at
fcr'j rtan a u« a "
Win f-ed L an an i «>ra B-x- n. run-
i«iv b-jys from Kxeelsior Sprinra. Ma. I
*^re captnred at Topeka. Kan . and
> Miller, editor of the Troy. Kan
Ch.ef. refased an app A ntment on th*
state N>ard of pardons which Gov Mor
fill tendered him.
D v : «>ve-mTer. special chancellor
in the Black Bob lad an land cases,
savs he will bold that the contract!
stale Tt ars a jo betwe^a Gov Carney ;
aa i V K- Wa^taJ and the In.i^ns. by |
wh.ca the latter transferred to the1
former . • *- acres of land in Johnson!
i Muam. c:nt.ev in Kansas. ;s
• •a* hanlred tfe asand people are
expected to attend the dedication of
- -• -i v - * par-i at Chxissaaufa.
Tean. ^Member 19 and 5X The pres
i-ttt and vice pees:dent, cabinet o^
-■s. j* r - mors of a., the states and j
-n x other mea of national prom
ae .* ha*e ^.ven notice of their in -j
- — - - a.teai Ra 1- vaU w-11 make
i fare of ; ceat per mile for the roanJ
rolMi>fD BY AMMONIA.
u* ( •mpb*ll. of Ohio. «•• Narrow
1 trap* from Death.
v i.Toy O.. March t S.—Ex-Gov.
at dinner last evenlnp. after
: j a Jflaaa of water to hia lip*.
suddenly r se stajf-
perinjr and ft>am:n(f
at the mouth, an<i
cried in a choked
voice: "My throat
.7 Kumler. living next
door, was immedi-
ately called and
found that the
trouble arose from
drinking a atrontf
ix-«iov. CAMrBF.i.1. solution of amm«^-
nia Investigation showe^l that a
servant who had nse«l the ammonia
had placdl the bottle in the ice che-t
in inch a way that when the lid was
closed the content* spilled into the
drinking water. Mr. Campbell hap-
pened to be the first to ta>te it. The
physician administered antidotes
quickly, but Mr. Campbell is suffering
f*rli« light En«t la a How
Mahsualltown. la March 15.—Ji i
Sellers, the colored welterweight
champion of Iowa, met his first defeat
1 last night, being knocked out in the
tir>t round by a white man name 1
Greenwood, near Webster City. An
all-round fi^ht among the spectators
followed the announcement of the ref-
eree. and many eyes were blacked and
heads bruised. A number of arrest*
will probably be made.
FIJ« UUumIs laM Vlutfr
Victoria. R v.'.. March IS.— The
steamship Miowcra. from Australia,
brings reports of a terrible hnrricane
which swept over the Fiji islands.
>uava. the capital of Fiji, is in ru;L->.
having been the center of the hurri-
cane. The food supply of the pcop.e
was almost entirely destroyed. The
government of the inlands has voted
money to meet the more immediate ne-
FORT SCOTT JOtXTS OPKN.
l rU#r« of th* wik« |*o*rxl \k>Aat#J -
Th# C>«wrB«r T*.
f kt S<x>rT. Kan . March 11—Th^
new police commissioner** upon taking
the:r orticesv ordered the saloons c. " '
aud tbii wi« done, but one by one they
lave resumed, and now they are as
wide open a* before aud are again pa. •
.n * the;r $1 * tines.
It is said that l v>v Morrill prom se 1
the Fort S>>*.t prohibitionists that the
.aw should be enforced, and he has
been notified of ita oivn and dagrant
violation by a committee appointed M
ikd nriv «a
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 148, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 16, 1895, newspaper, March 16, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115638/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.