The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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KENTUCKY LIQUOR COMPANY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-——-
Fine Wines and Whiskies.
o ^CIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FAMlLr ORDERS.
7th nd D St.. F rat Door South of Golden Eagle Cloth ng House,
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
FINE SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
(£1)? «: I It CO.
THI IHll* • <*«*"*
BKBT R. GREEK. Editor ind Miupr.
J VI 111 HPHKIM. I^huI kUi or.
Office on D street, half block east
of Public 5quare.
PYBLfPRED KT11T T>AT EXCtfT SI1HUT.
DIllTer d to any part of the City and
P*-r Month, ... r*'
A C'LOl H I LI* E. I'LfcAftE.
Lust ni^bt's ir-ue of the .Sixth Htreet
evening sheet referring to Jupiter
folone'a return to the city of Perr>'
-ayt: "Mr. Malone is guilty of no
capital off nf*e a very few heelers
It would puzzle either the pope or , .
. . ; , . . . . . . 6avH an exchange, may be hidden by
the devil to explain just what this • " \ / , .J
* ofi/ibinn AAiirt tila jli.r unn.-rnPQth
means. The Times attempts to ana-
Lon Wharton, of the Perry SentU
nel, insist* that he is a democrat. It
is surprising, says the Arkansas City
Daily Traveler, how reckless some
men become after living in the terri-
tory for a few month6.
Weak spots in a black silk waist,
lyze the sentence and the result is
sticking court plaster underneath
Stick nothing. Place your hand right
Thr« * Months
•n*- ^ MT
. i -•<
Assoolat *• Justlr*
i | Marshal
8upt. Tub. In trubtlon
11 • ,1 - . ai
At: nn« General
School land toaiuilsslonfr
Iteflilrr of Deeds
l i ei K
Justice of the !>are
hupt. Public Instruction Ft. M. Taiw-y.
C«juimir io>br* —Dr. Nichols, chalruian,
lunuet Beatty und t A. ( row.
W. f . Renfrow
T. J. l/>nt
.Henry W. Scott
i r • Nix
,i II i ii• •
( a lialbraltn
• a Bllnooa
R J. Edward*
^ ii Harrl
J. C. S<TUKK>
j. I. Hani m.i,
.. . K. V Mciely
J. i,. ItlacKlMi
John M Hi-oka n
<;#*o. Kan a i
A. 1 . Tlllei
(ieo. s. I.lvlim.-t", .
i miii. c. a. nelderna
11 Friend. I.e. IHilon *
I . I> nve. II h I
Fourth Ward J. P. McKlnnlt-, N . I < uti«
LAND OFFICK OFFI« IAI>.
Rec'y ami ids p. A*t
Fred L. It*
.. . , _ - ., on it, on it, mind vou and we'll guar-
than a Board of Trade punch. ^
.... . •• i .u antee it will be hidden.
i It tries to parse it and the dod-ga ted mmm—__
j thing shys and kicks to the extent: jN a mighty effort to pat Council-
! that it cannot be parsed. j men McKinnis, Hill, Cutler and Du-
i The sentence as quoted is singular, ianey on the back, the Sixth street
j -very so. The Time* believes that evening sheet says that these gentle-
j if, for bad construction and worse mPn have no policy. There is aj
expression it can indeed be duplicat- greater enemy than the world, the
l cd at all, the duplicate will be found n,.g(] aru] the devil. It is a friend.
in the writing of a four year old kid. get brother Flock is glad to have es- (
It is a pity that with an apparent good raped the praise of the amoosin'
and kindly feeling it should bust a little cuss.
shoe string, suspender or something
else in making such an cCTort and The Sixth street evening nheet is
then have that effort prove *o horri- authority for stating that"Mr. Malone
bio an abortion. But no matter. The is guilty of no capital ofTense.'' Hon-
said sheet's limited readers are ac- we agree with the said sheet. ,
customed to such eccentricities. The punishment for a capital oiTense
Many and many such literarv idiosvn- I hanging by the neck until dead,
crasies have in the past been served 1 The Times has never thought that
up to them and the novelty must by Malone was so bad as to deserve this.
this time be gone. | To add to our population, says the
M. Jupitor Malone "is guilty"—we ■ oi£arcbe Times, is the duty everyone
believe it--"of no capital offense — owes to himself and the territory,
we are willing to admit this— as ver) come uff We've been married
few healers have hoped." ^ What the ] on]y a year andwealready have pur-
devil does that mean? We give ^ j chased soothing syrup for two.
up. Just a word, though, before Twjngi you know
quitting. Let the Sixth street even- ' ——
;ng sheet make, if it can, just such "There is no donbt but what the i
another sentence, take the two, make > republicans will return to power next
i clothes-line oi them and—hang j year; and, moreover, to tell the:
truth about it, 1 don't care if they '
do." The above was confided to the i
ear of a reporter for the Kansas City
Journal by Mrs. Lease. All of which
shows that this lady has a true per-
ception of the drift of matters politic-
al,and that she has the ability to trace
The Agrieola hotel on D street, be-
tween Fifth and Sixth, is a gem. The
Times feels warranted in so charac-
terizing it, for it has been so pro-
nounced by manv.
The house itself presents a fine ap-
pearance. The arrangements are
not only commodious but convenient,
and the sample rooms are just what
the traveling man desires. That the
latter is a fact is evidenced by the as-
sertion that since the house' opener'
the sample rooms have not been id!e
for a single day.
7nlT *''?y h0?eJ' one abou'
700 pounds and the other about 1,000
pounds, both thin In flesh. Call ant*
prove property and pav expenses.
\tr nrlpi;,"0f'Wn-V l,etwpc,n <
and B.—W. W. Pierce.
Moder.i <* in qu tie«.
The forgery of ant quitics has been
a recognized industry in Europe for j
ma&y years, but it is little known J
that the fam us Kngtish "Flint Jack ' |
has hi counterpart in this country '
in one Burnett. • a sin 11, dull, yellow i
man." as a neighbor described him, t
who lives on the French Brnad river j
in North Carolina. Ko.- a long time j
he was in the habit of riding to j
the towns and selling ' fake'' arrow- !
heads to dealers and visitors, as well I
as mortars and pestles that had the |
appearance of having been long
buried. But he lost one customer by !
taking him a mounted figure of pot- .
tery that he said he had unearthed
from an Indian mound. He had
made the mistako of putting shoes |
on the horse.
has again gone into the hands of W. B. STANLEY and;
W. BAKK and its reputation is well known. It seb the
BEST - MEALS
OF AN"Y HOtlB-E I XT PERRY.
Meals 25cts. Tickets, $4.00. A
Next to Richardson's Bank.
THI TIMES' POLITIC AL PLATFOKM
Protection to the i . •;< * dollar.
Protection to A ..em .in iaixir b) protect-
lif American Industrie-'.
For president of th« l*nlteil States. !•>-,
n'llllam McKlnley, of Ohio.
Nollit ta AilvfriUvrxi
C«py for rtisplny n<l?*rM8ementp in Tiif
Tim eh must hereafter be In the office by 12
e'elock m to Insure insertion In the paper
the same day. Parties having new ads or
rfmnges will please remember this and
•rn themselves accordli.K'y•
No Other Newspaper
In the Strip pretends to
rival the Circulation of The
Perry Daily Times,
The actual circulation of the
Times last week was as fol-
Monday, Dec. 25 2,360
Tuesday, Dec. 26 2,36*.
Wednesday, Dec. 27 2,29b
Thursday, Dec. 28 2,307
Friday, Dec. 29 2,300
Saturday, Dec. 30 2,342
Total for Six Days 13,964
Dail Average 2,327
This is the number of cop-
ies actually read by the peo-
ple, all returns having been
•irriri:It AM) Ills FBI SB.
The .Sixth street evening sheet is an
"amoosin' little cuss." Last night
it tried to say something; that some-
thing was tantamount to stating that ^
j Jupiter Malone did not merit hang- cause and effect to its final, uear en J.
Mr. .Malone we nsk you, did The A New York firm recently refined
Ti.MK i ever say that you deserved I *400,000 of Denver City bonds it had
| hanging? Do not you know that our j contracted for, giving as a reason the
j individual opinion is that five, or at calling of the extra session of the
most ten years is as much as you jde- j Colorado legislature. Colorado's fool
serve? Of course you do. Let The I governor is repeating the mistakes
i Times say once for all that it. never
j thought you deserved hanging. The
I said "amoosin' little cuss" across the
| way evidently thought that possibly
you did. Jupiter, here's our hand,
j Pay no attention to your friend. It
did not mean it. Though the year is
already old that friend of vours had
made by her press and prominent
men last spring.
been looking upon wine when it was
red and goose whon
it was yellow.
Duckb, the most effective destroy-
ers of grasshoppers do it by induc-
M(IXK\ PKK CAPITA.
] The treasury department at Wash-
ington presents a table showing the
I monetary systems and approximates
! the stocks of money in aggregate and
I per capita in the principal countries
of the world.
! France, with a population of 38,300-
000 has the highest per capita circu-
lation, viz: W38.31.
"The Straits," with a population of
3,800,000, have a per capita circulation
The United States "<25.55.
The Netherlands, *24.34.
In China, with a population of 492,-
000,000,000, the per capita circulation
is but *1.80, all in silver.
The United Kingdom, *20.34.
Russia, *3.1", with a population o
The New York legislature? met at
Albany a few days ago. Governor
Flower, in his message, announced
that for the first time in more than
seventy-five years the state was free
from debt. He recommended meas-
j ures to do away with direct taxation.
The governor advised also that the
question of the proposed consolida-
tion of New York and Brooklyn be
submitted to a vote of the citizens of
the two cities.
■ owi n
To suffering humanity to tell the
great benefit my wife has received
from Parks' Sure Cure, the truly
great Liver and Kidney cure. She
has been constitutionally wrecked
for several years. Tried everything
fruitlessly. After much persuasion
from my druggist backed by his guar-
antee I bought a bottle of Park's Sure
Cure and the results are more than
wonderful. W. P. Bayes, 2404 Jones
St., Omaha, Neb. Perry Drug Co.
Tiiffer—Say. what kind of a train
do you call this?
Conductor—This, my friend, is an
Puffer—'Tis eh? Well. I want you
to understand that this train runs'off
and leaves me about three days in the
week, and I think if it can't accom-
modate a commuter by waiting a few
minutes for him it ought to change
ColitHiopt of Court luUuilon.
Boston Justice of the Peace—Prison-
er at the bar,hare you aught to say In
your defense? Culprit — Only this,
judge: I never done it. Justice of
the Peace— Ninety days for contempt
u ooiirt.—Indianapolis Jot'.rnaL
Z. H. McCUBBINS
WloLkKAl.B awd It TAIL
Groceries, — Queenswan
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ree Delivery to any p;rt of ths City. A full and wc:l telecltd Stock
Corner 7th and B St., Perry, O. T.
E. J. DRAKE, Prop'r
Kandy Kitchen Bakery
Fancy Candies a Specialty.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BALTIMORE OYSTi.fc •
ropical Fruits and Nuts of all K:nds. Can Supply all Kinds of Pastr, i
Confections on Short Notice for parties and weddings
Rear of Brogan and Jackson store,
What l o Toy Wnatf
Do you A^nt«T
Do .rou want ftSMtualion?
Do you want *o buy anything?
Do you want Buanifrs or LodtferaT
Do you want any "Help," mat* nr fenaltf
Do you want PupilH?
Do you want a Parmer?
Do you want St-i-vaiua. Clerk# or MrcbanlcaT
Do you want to Rent a Room, douse or Stor«T
Do yon want to Buy or Sell a Hor u. Waff<>
■r any kind of a Vehicle?
Do you want to S«ll or R«nt yoor Oouae,
>ffl<-e, Btore, Lot or H"arin*
Have you Lout or Found anything?
Do vou waul to Srll your Good Will and Fix-
Have you Second hand Good* of auy Irtn4 ,
bat you wish to Sell or Exchange?
Have you Goods to Sell of any kind*
Cf so. Tns Ti*t« will publish a three- line
*dvertiKement <21 wordsi on-- time for lOpf'ta
bre<* times for 46 rents, one week forBOceot*.
A want In Tut Dailt Timks never fails u.
bring quick returns.
IOSt—On L street between seventh anrt t
j Tenth, larty's gold watch with chain j
Finder pleuse leave with K II Perry at foe<l ;
store on Seventh street and recelve'reward
Do You Want Your
Freight D elivered Prompty
Then give your order to the
EMRICK TRANSFER CO.
We also own a first-class bus to all trains. Leave orders at Hotel de Jion
B St., or at the Merchants Hotel.
Ferd. Heim Brewing C
KANSAS CITY, MO., PERRY, OK.
EER is the drink of the civilized world, in this generation more nan
ever was in any other. The American people are learning to drii
Pure Beer and will have it.
Cai! for our-53r CAVER0C, SPECIAL BREW,
1 he Queen of all Beers. Only choice Hops and Barl;\ ojei
Known for AGE, Purity and Strong
( old Stomas at Guthrie, Mulhall. Orlando.
IVrry, stillwater and ( handler, <ik.
VGENTS W ANTKD—To sell an article that
every business man absolutely need>
on his desk. 1 all on or address with stamp
Perry Novelty Co, I> street, I doors east of
"th, opposite square
N. P. CHEADLE. Ag
Arrests during December.
The number ot arrests made by the
police force in Perry for the month of
December was an even hundred, di-
vided as follows: Chief Tilghman,
13; Deputy Heck Thomas, 8; Officer
Anderson, 9; Hopkins, 23; Miller, 23;
Mouser, 12; and Stormer, 12.
The police force is a well organized
one and Cheif Tilghman announces
The table puts the stock of gold I himself satisfied with the work being
"stbictly in it," clearly explains
the Si*th street evening sheet. Tiie
Times believes it—the soup.
money at 83,901,900,000; silver *3,-
1931,190,000; and uncovered paper
money at «2,200,000,000.
A full and accurate account of the
reconvening of congress will be found
upon the last page of this issue.
The Sixth street evening sheet re-
due lmdy sa.tt
I have been troubled for years with
a hacking cough. Have had many
doctors and tried fifty cough cures.
I grew worse all the time. I t."!ed
Parks' Cough Syrup and found im-
I^OH HKNT—Om1 elegant front room for
oftlw purposes or living rooms, on 7th
street between l> ami E.—E. II. 1'trry .t Co.
IP VERYTH1NG In rubber and inetal
j stamps, lodKe, ni>tfti7, bank and cor-
poration seals, checks for bagKatfe, pool,
bar, keys, ftc , stenslls ready or made to or-
ner. badges. Inks, pod- Ac. Handy rubber
type printing outfits all sizes and prices
Merchants handy s:«n marking outfits, all
sizes and prices. White enameled or gold
glass letters, figures and signs put on win-
dows ,te., and warranted. They make the
cheapest neatest and most attractive and
durable signs. Perry Novelty Co., I* street
adoors east of 7th.—. ,. F.. Fowne«. manager.
The public debt statement shows
an increase during December of t<6,-
861.802. Read tho full report on the
first page and see bow well the
country is thriving under democratic
Thr Sixth Htreet evening sheet and
the editor of the "Wichita Eagle evi-
dently have au understanding. The
former cuts bodily from the columns
Of the latter. No credit is given, and
the Eagle doesn't scream.
THE amoosin' little cus says the "city
treasury is defunct." Guesa it means
depleted. Well, we believe it. An
amoosin' little cuss for an amoosin'
municipal government. Why the devil
should'nt the treasury be "defunct?"
"The man in the moon has some
fossilized antiquated relations in
Perry," says the "amoosin' little
cuss" across the way. Correct. Sai.l
fossilized and antiquated relative
live on the west side of Sixth street
between L) and K.
fers to us as the Chinese juggler. The
j Times has juggled to this extent. It mediate relief. It begins at the bot-
is read by all the republicans in the tom of the disease and I know it is
| citv and nine-tenths of the democrats the best cough remedy on the mar-
• , . ket. Refer any sufferer to Mrs. W.
as well. That is jugglery to a pur- j p-ahey, Le Roy, N. Y. Perry Drug
pose. We beg to state to the Co. "
"amosin' little cuss," however, that j wtsuham *. bbowk,
.. ,, , , i i j i . ! M. E Church Hervlrei.
its anthropological knowledge is cut tT .. ., ,, ., ,. . „ . ,
* ,,, Hereafter, the Methodist Episcopal
on the bias—our eyes are not. \\ e sum]ay services will be held in the
are Caucasian. Odd Fellow's and Mason's hall over
. - ——— the furniture store on D street north
Lameroux tells Jupiter to get to H'de of the public square.
work and someone else tells us that The c'lanBe 's a4 «ood one- Mor(-
,, , . . • .... i commodious quarters arc; thus se-
Speed is to be decapitated sometime cured and the central location makes
during the next few days. The first it convenient for everyone.
in a fact, for Lameroux is as bad as r
j •. i o ii- Llvor and Kidney Cure.
Jupitor, and Speed being a re- .. , , u l% . * .
... . ,. .1.,. 4 Park's Sure Cure is the only guar-
publican holdover, is liable to goat anteed remedy. Its action is quick
any time. Hu* did it ever occur to and positive. Will stop that back-
our imformant that Mr. Horace Speed ache and sick headache. A positive
was retained in office long enough to for peases of women.
, , . . , b Why suffer when it will cure you?—
do his entire duty? Perry Drug Co.
All>ert Dp Lan«, you arc her<by sum- ■
moned to appear twfor* the Register and
UK-elver at tin- land offlc* In Perry, Okla
honiH, on the mh day of February, i«tf, at
9 o'clock a. in , to furnish testimony ron
cernlnx your rluht to the southw*M Quarter
of section twenty, township twenty-six,
ranxe two ea^t, I. M.
Perry, Oklnhouia, Jan. 4, 1W4.
Moody, Williams & Co.
Law and Real Estate.
List vour property with us and we will Watch and 1 >tf *
It. Land and lot contests handled with a knowled. ' '
of the business. Witnesses sought out
in Contest Cases. *
V v'.ll buy or sell your Property or rent it at legitimate rates of con.
and Advertise in this column free of expense to vo: .
Office on C Street, Opposite the Land Office.
>. lourus sorn.
The repo.'t on the mining resources I f o fct 8A.LE
of the country prepa/ed by Chief Day, Ori, New VurU <1 Ii.nlVins , law apparatus,
of the division of mining statistics of Complete, with
the geological survey was made pub* THREE HUNDRED FIFTY VIEWS
lfc yesterday The flgu:' * - n V on alt Subject*. A*pl«a
•ournl in an tlie column of thi Us.
;"ider th ! headin g "Mineral Prod')
•onif nrif I1c ! u for ••11-
Ihi;. Will he o ' lit-ap,
( Mil at Butcher Shop Imlf hlork writ of
i ailriitl oi* I •trrwt.
BROWN & BOYD,
Attorneys • At • Law. j
Land office business, attachment, suits
and collections a specialty
Office cor. 6th and C, Perry.
orerHitttfan A Jackson'! store, O. T. j
E. C. Watters,
Pants made to order, $7 .00
Regular price, - 10.00
Suits at Spec a' prices for tho next 90
rcLix pkkkv. D St., bjt. 6th and 7th, Perry, Ok.
For Sale- A good farm 011 Red Rock
northwest of town, cheap.
Fine lot east of railroad, J0X182, with
good well, cheap.
Relinquishment to an elegant low
upland claim four and miles
northeast of Perry; one mile from
small railroad shation, water and
Relinquishment to fine claim in 24 1 w
on Red Rock, for sale cheap.
To Rent—Three room, plastered
Building on C street for rent cheap.
Elegant stand for dry goods house
facing the square for rent.
For Sale -Fine lot, well and house for
sale, two blocks from square; #186.
Fifty foot lot, house, stable and well i
on north Sixth street for IMO.
Fine lot and shack In North Perrv for
Lot on C street and building 20-24 In !
two store rooms renting for *3fl per1
month for sale for MOO.
Complete roBtaurant outfit for aale. ,
Lots in North, West and South Perry
to exchange or for sale.
Excellent upland claim in 24 9 w for1
sale cheap. |
A level and beaut.ful claim is 24 lw lit 1
A low figure. 1
A good liottom claim on Black B?
nine miles northwest.
' u'ood liottom claim on K' !
ninetelin miles northwest.
Oood claim one mile from V rtoi|
level, good soil, good spring nndll'
view of Perry and Wharton.
The finest bottom claim In the .trip
Hlnek Bear four miles north' t!o
Lot and building 2.5x40 on It
Will pay fair price for a fair hotte1-"
claim or good upland claim.
A very (In. claim on Red Hockt*
Two room house and lot 2 bloi knfrcv"
school, cheap; only 1100.
Lot and box-house 12x14 In Noijf
Perry for $76.
Lots in block 30, northwest Perry '*
sale at |2fi.
Two lota facing pubHc square on
street, at reasonable prices.
Have a lot and g.'od store bui'1'"1?
011 B street for sale, half cash *i|
half long time. This la a bargain*
o Rknt—Qo >d hotel in li'i"11'!
oom nicely '1*
uuuwU, tUV «4xu0.
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