The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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New York Hardware!
IT FELL FLAT.
Da Gima's Explanation of a Former
TOM J. OREGQ.
J W. HKNRIC0;
IHt G HENRICHS GOAL CO,
Xlio Pioneorof Perry
The first on the Ground—The first in Low Prices—
And the first in the hearts of the
People of Perry.
WE ARE VERY MUCH OVERSTOCKED
In our store here and also at Guthrie. We will
sell you either a
or Heating Stove
At prices never heard of before in the city of Perry.
We also carry a full line of
Glass and Building Hardware
Farquharson & Morris, Prop.
REBELS PUSHING A SIEGE.
Serious Trouble* on the \«w Crulter*-sail-
or# Said lo lint. He*, u Shot—Other*
•Whore and Determined to Re*
turn Home-Say They
Ha %e Item Badly
Pitts burp- and Huntington
KANSAS avd TEXAS COAL CO'S.
Leate orders at Park,j
Klein's hardware hior«
C St., opposite squat.
THE GUTHRIE PLANING MILL,
Dilatory Attendance Causes a Lack of
THE KKH'BLlCANs ACTIVE.
I liey \\ ill Seize Iwrj \dvanta j;e to Delay
or Defeat the TiirlfT II111 I lie Sen-
ate Aim Slim Stevenson
Receive* h Bouquet
from some Ad-
Wasiiin'oton. .Ian. 4 -There was not
a very Jjrilliant betting for the opening*
of the tariff debate in the house When
Sj>eaker Crisp mounted the rostrum at
high noon uud dropped the gavel, th re
were many vacant seats in the puhlie
galleries. The press galleryoverhang-
ing the speaker's chair, however, was
lined with newspaper correspondents
and on the floor there waft considerable
animation. Kx-Speaker Heed, Mr.
Hurrows, Mr. Dal/ell and otlpr repub-
lican leaders were conferring earnestly,
and on the democratic side each mem-
ber of the ways and means committee
was surrounded by a group of his
There was much uncertainty as to
the tactics which the republicans would
pursue, the suspicion bein^ ti , t i t ')
very outset they woul l lay every obr
strnction in the path of the tariff bill,
and that the lirst step in this pro-
lamine would 1v to insist upon a
democratic quorum. To prevent such
a move, the democratic whips wive in-
structed to have every deinori-.it pres-
ent when the vote was taken.
The resignations of Col. Fellows and
Mr. I- iteb. of New ^ ork, w ho have
been elected respectively district attor-
ney an I comptroller of New Y rk city,
were read and the speaker then pre-
sented the credentials of Mr Adams,
of Pennsylvania el ■(.•ted to su- 1 tin-
late Mr. O'Neill.
The tight then began. Mr. Routeile. |
on t>ehalf of the republicans, putting
forward the Hawaiian matter to an
tagoni/.e the tariff bill.
Mr. McCreary. cha , nan f 11m• for
eign affairs committee, souirht to avoid i
this subject by trying to make an ar-
rangement by which If id a \ and Satur-
day of this week should be set aside for
the consideration of the resolution re-
ported by the foreign affairs commit-
tee in lieu of the 11 i tt and Routeile
Mr. Ilitt, head of the minority of the ;
foreign affairs committee, was on bis I
feet and as soon us Mr McCivary had I
made his proposition he stated that, in- |
asmueh as this proposition gave the re-
publicans substantially what they de-
sired. a time fixed for debate on the
Hawaiian matter, he would be glad to
The democrats failed lo muster a
quorum on the agreement, and until it,
was procure I the tariff bill was blocked.
'I here was little prospect of a quorum.
the sex \ti;
Washington. .Ian i.- When the vice
president rapped ttap senate to ord •
1*2 o cloek hardly a score of senators
were in their seats and it was some |
time later before the presence of a i
quorum could have becngdemonstrated. J
A luxuriant boifqnet adorned the desk I
of Vice President Stevenson, but he i| '
peared to be the only one to receive
this mark of favor. Among the first to
appear on the floor w.is Mr. Hill, of
New York, and he was shortly joined
bv Mr. Voorhees, of Indiana
immediately after the reading of the
journal Senator Hlackburn. of Ken-
tucky, presented the credentials of
Senator Eppa I hinton of Virginia, and i
the oath of office was administered
Mr. I'rye. of Maine, presented a reso- j
lution declaring that in the opinion of j
the senate during an investigation by i
the committee on foreign relations of J
the relations with Hawaii there should
l e no interference on the part of the
Cnited States by moral influence or
physical force for the restoration of
Queen Liluokalani for the mainten-
ance of the provisional government of
Hawaii and that national honor j
should be used only for the protection )
of lives and property of American citi- j
zens. He asked that the resolution lie
UDon the table for the present and
stated th i! he would later ask its j
re fere n. •« to the committee on foreign
The resolution cause I a manifesta- (
i i >f inl -n- t and doubtless will soon
' become th« subject of discussion.
Mr. Hill presented a bill limiting the '
j effect uf tin? regulations of commerce
iM-twien the several states and with j
I foreign countries.
I KOI l< I'ICTI III s\| VHIKI).
• in ruler's Painting ,l!.e Hoi S'Amuse"
( auglit in uu Elevator shaft*
st. Lol ls .Ian l "Le Itoi S'Amuse." |
i masterpiece by the French painter,
lules Ar^ene Gamier, valued at ti00,-
-00 and owned by the late S. A. Coale.
\ a yesterday irretrievably ruined
I while being moved from the Laclede
The picture was too large for the
levator and caught on the projection
f the well walls. The elevator boy
became rattled and pulled the lever j
'the wrong way an I the frame and ,
_:la s broke, tearing and cutting the
painting beyond all hope of redeinp-
, Lion. j
I he painting, since iis creation in j
1 IS84, has ha I an eventful history. Once
it wa.s ordered out of Kngland by the 1
ratal Kzplosion on a Mearner
I'ai>K( ah, Ky.. Jan . The Evans-
ville and Tennessee river packet \V. T. '
Nishet's "nigger" boiler exploded yes- j
terday at Panther i land, sixty iniles j
up the Tennessee river, wrecking the |
.ib n and killing .Limes Mitchell, a !
lawyer of Salillo. Tenn . besides seri-
•usly injuring a number * f the crew t
1 iml passengers
or tlieMound \ alley llaiidit* Identl-
lied l > Carthage Victim*.
« mtrilaok, Mo.. Jail 4.—Two of the
train robbers, who held up and roblied
the'Frisco express train at Mound Val-
ley, Kan., early in September, passed
through this city this morning. They
were found in Mississippi, where they
had l een arrested for burglary and
were in charge of detectives.
Will Hart rim and wife, of this city,
two of the passengers robbed, were at
the depot this morning and identified
the bandits. Mr. liartrim recovered a
ring from one of the rohliers and also
identified one of them as the one who
killed Express Messenger Chapman on
the morning of the holdup.
Itepnhliean Leader* to Confer.
CincAuo, Jan. t.—Chairman T. 11.
Carter, of the Republican national
committee, left for the east to-day
after a conference with party leaders
regarding next fall's 'ongressional elec-
tions. In an interview, he said: "The na-
tional executive committee will meet in
Washington, January 11 an 1 the mem-
bers are naturally desirous of knowing
how the great body of the party stands
upon the principal issues, and whether
or not there have been radical changes
in popular sentiment in congressional
districts and especially where these
districts are located/'
< aldw-eU'ft Pout Oltlee Kohhed.
Wic iiita, Kan . Ian 4. -Walter Don-
aldson, assistant postmaster at Cald-
well, has disappeared and Post-
master Hall has discovered a serious
shortage, while several registered
packages are missing. A partial ex-
amination yesterday developed a short-
age of #1,400. Postmaster Hall had
been sick and Donaldson practically
had full control of the office.
Rio Janeiro. Jan. 4 —A 1m. da (>ama. 1 _ __ _ _ __ .. . . .
commander oi tha Insure nt fleet la «*• * • CHEATHAM, Manager and Proprietor.
ilie harbor, lias publisned a manifest.. ] Manufacturer of Doors, Sash. Newel 1'osM, Halusters, ay
whi.ii «a>. intended t.. c nnt. i n t the ; kinds of Moulding and Casirii, 1'orch l'osts, Corners, Base Block,
effect of his celebrated declaration of a , .. ,, , .. , . . , ,. .. . ,
month ago la favor of the monarchy.' of Shelving a Specialty hsi.mates i;iren on bQ kln<,
which hail weakened the cause of the | '
insurgents greatly in the last three or j
four weeks ami had alienated several
officers who, before it« appearance,
had been trusted allies. (Jaina as-
serts in his latest that his former
declaration was not a monarchist
document. This declaration, as well as
other papers attributed to him, he says,
has Wen altered and printed in falsfied
copies. He has not declared for the
monarchy, but intended merely to ask
the people of Hra/.il what form of re-
publican government they wanted
Other interpretations of his declara-
tion had been made in good faith. This
manifesto has fallen Hat. Friends of
the republic regard it j\s a passing
maneuver to win support to the in-
surgent cause. While not gaining for
the insurrection any new republican
friends, it has disgusted many of its
CMontkmiuo. Jan. ..—Flushed with
victory at Hage, the rebels are now
laying siege to Santa Anna do Libra-
A correspondent in Kio de Janeiro
sends word that the steamer Magda-
lena, which has arrived there from | D Street, North side of Square, Middle of block
Pernambuco, reports that ( apt linker. ■
J. L. CALVERT, ATTORNEY at-LAW
MaU.-* a specialty of Contest and I.anil Itusines Town Lot Caaes
will receive my closest attention Having had years of experience
in this class of business 1 am prepared to render yon the best of
Office on West Side of Square, between t. and D Sts.
J. L. CALVERT, '
Calver s SettlerGindu lor Sale at 50 Cts. Send Money or Stamps.
POX 123 PERRY, o r,
VANARSDALL & CO..
-o VIWI'I.K AXI) I AX< V
The f inest Line of Fruits and Confectionaries in the City. We have the
finest line of < andio.s. lion-bons and all kinds of Confe« tionery for the lb lav"
Trade to be founu in Perry. We sell goods for spot ( ash: loose nothing on
and thus we can and do give our customers the benefit of thissa . ng
of the Nictheroy, has had trouble
the crew and had to shoot one or two
of them in the interests of discipline.
News of the arrival of Hear Adm.
Henham and the San Francisco at Pey-
nambuco has reached Kio.
('apt. Nunc/., of the Nictheroy. seems
to have had more trouble with his
crew, and a number of them are ashore
at Pernambuco and determined to re-
turn to New v..rk - 'me of the first Our table is Superior to any in the City. Special
Attention given to the Commercial Trade.
JOS. I?OSENBTEIN, Prop.
Finest amd Most Commodious RoomsTTthe (Jity^
to come ashore have since returned to
the Nictheroy, and it is believed that
that cruiser is ready to put to sea. j
Some of the sailors ashore speak in
very harsh terms of their treatment on
board the Nictheroy and America.
The latest report received here is that !
Adm. de Mello started north to meet j
the Nictheroy, but upon hearing that j
she had been reinforced by the !
America, put about and went south- i
ward again. It is also reported that a
number of men are in irons on board :
the Nictheroy. as well as on board the
America, and that serious disturbances
have occurred on both vessels.
Rates $2 per Day Board S5 per Week,
7th Street, Between D and E.
CORDON AL RAYMOND.
Reasonable I'harjres for Professional
PEKKY, - OKLA.
Orlando It. I'otter Dead.
Nkw Yohk, Jan 4.—Orlando H.
Itinlioji or \lhnny Dead.
\ i i. \ •>. V V . Jan. 4 —Surrounded
• the clergy of the diocese after the
last sacraments had been ad ministered,
i.i hi I.' v Francis McNeirny, Roman
ath<>1 ic :-isliop « t Albany, died of ter, financier and ex-congressiuan, died
| suddenly last evening. He was taken
with «a fit on the street anil died before
a physician could reach him. Mr. Pot-
ter was 70 years old and a native of
pneumonia last night.
M I N Kit \ I PKODI I TIONS.
Ili«li Water Mark Iteaelied Petroleum
and Natural (ins Declining.
Washixotox, Jan. 4 —The report on
the mining resources of the country for
IH'jJ, prepared by Chief Day, of the di-
vision of mining .statistics of the geo-
logical survey, was made public to-day.
It .shows that the high water mark in
year in this and every other country,
the total value being ?i s4,778,768, $*i(),
(i!iu,000 greater than in any previous
year and hs, 174,070 more than in the
census year of lt>90. Among the large
gains were s7T. LU) tons of pig iron,
with an aggregate product of 0.157,00(1
tons, valued at *Kii, nil.( ::!'.
i''old showed a slight loss and the
year's product, value I at $33,000,030,
was l.-V.ii ounces. Copper gained
.'■7 ii;r.i pounds, making* an aggre-
gate of ;ja,74*2 pounds, with a value
of s.57.077,14 J The lead product dur
Had Weather :n l-.urope.
Loxnox, Jan 4 A dispatch from
Ostend says that the Ostend boat was
unable to land its passengers to-day,
I owing to the severity of the weather.
11 at let in t in |-'r0ra all parts of Kngland terrible
weather is reported and much snow
lias fallen. Dispatches received here
announce severe weather throughout
Germany, adding that the cold snap is
likely to last for some time.
Carlton Driven From Plileaico.
Chicago, Jan. 4. -Charles Carlson
was cross-examined by Attorney Dan-
iel Donahue in the Conghlin trial to-
day. Carlson stated that he had been
threatened by friends of the alleged
conspirators, and said that he hud left
the city because he feared for his life
Till IH CIIIMSKVS NMO K 1 \(,.
General Kenuni|ition of Mills in the Pitts-
PiTTSBt'HGH, Pa.. Jan. 4^—Every mill
in the Pittsburgh district was working
yesterday. For the first time since the
shut-down on June 30 steam and smoke
issued from dust-laden stacks, and hun-
dreds of men who had been idle for
months found employment. With the
new year comes a general brightening
up of business, which will soon have its
effect on the entire country.
Among the largest plants started on
single and full double turns are all the
Carnegie ones in Pittsburgh. Home-
BARNES & COOK,
L A. W Y E R S.
Do General Practice before 1*. S Laxd
Office and all the Courts.
I Office in Decker H"d g. Perry, ok.
MILLER Sl STEAR.
ATT0ILYEYS-.1T- LAW. J
Practice in all the Courts. Special at- j
John B. Lauffer,
► I Surveyor.
Bass tba original field lot— muA pli
eonnties K . P.. and V . eastof Indian Mer ^
F ifteen \«*. rs ex|>erience in the t*. s.
Lan<l Office. Wushinjftou, D. C.
vk\t to hank or pirbt.
HARLAN, BARLOW & HARN
Lawyers - and - Land - Attorneys.
tention given to land practice and
| Special attention given t«
Office—Friend H'ldingTtli St. Perry. Ok i
OVER HANK OF PERRY.
OY KliSTREET, WALLACE & FILSON
stead, lira,Mock. Heaver Falls an,1 1 Hi- j Will give their personal attention to
e very class of business relating to pub
( lie lands, either claims, town lots 01
contests. Restoration of homestead
rights a specialty. Office, west of the
quesne. Jones A Laughlin's, Carrie
Furnace Co.. William Clark's Sons Co.,
Park Hros. a Co , Howe, Hrown a Co.,
.1. Painter & Sons. Clinton Iron A steel
Co. and Singer, Niinick .V • o. The
Oliver Iron a steel Co started several
mills and expect to have the others go-
ing by the end of the week.
All the glass houses with the excep-
tion of those owned by the tahlewari
trust are going full blast. Wages wen
not reduced in the glass trades. At
every iron and steel mill the employe*
suffered reductions ranging from to
l' 0 per cent. They are glad to get back
to work, however, notwithstanding the
reductions. The manufacturers say j Attorney - at - Law,
land office, Perry, O. T.
ITTORXEJ AT - LAW.
Special attention to l.aml ami l.otC'on-
| tents. Papers prepare,I for lilintf.
I'KltltV \ nlj ti t'TII iii K . < ki,\iioua.
ICE. ISE ,v TARMELEE,
Uirts furnished on all kimla of l\t nt-
in^ and Deeoratinp.
Shop Corner 8th and C St
C A MORRIS
oklaki>ma • ,y.
e.uurUof lh.- T -i
iis also in the C. s
tor\ ai,a tli*- lnt«T
ing the \ ear gained lo.*."i4 toils, aggre-1 Nvas then excused, the cross-exami
gating .'l:-. .: tons, with ^ value of j ination having developed nothing addi<
- • 1 10,900. There was a loss of 7,000 I ttonftl of importance.
tons in zinc and the new metal, alnmi-| TBLEUKAPHIC HRKVfTlE*.
num. almost doubled in tpiantity.
Jtituminou.s coal increased 8,000.000
tons during tiie year, attaining a total
< f II-. ? 7,si;, tons, valued at Sltia, 195,-
! •'' Pennsylvania anthracite coal in-
creased i,iii'!,-|," h tons, amounting t«■
, - ,i to?.-,, valued at $83,444,000. I Ark • hw left honu
The value increased ?s,0i)0,00.'i, with a ! l°dge s funds with him.
The Hocking Valley road has cut the
wages of all employes receiving over
*: 0 per month 10 per cent.
\V. II. Hommer, financial secretary
of a Switchmen's Aid lodge at Little
the outlook is good for a busy seasou.
Another Cilft Prom Rockefeller.
CmrAOo, Jan -President Harper,
of the ( hicagt university, announced ;
last night that John D Rockefeller had I
given the college ?.",0,000 for books and j
equipment Mr. Rockefeller had al- I
ready given the college about 500,U0U. j
If you are cold why don't yon po i«. Texas,
where it i- warm and |>l>-a-ant all winter-
('an'itro' Times too liar«l' Wh\. the Santn Ke
route will ^ell tii-kelH to ali point-, in Texas and
return, at rale of one fare pins *1 77 for Un-
round trip. Ticket* on -ah* i>e.'. 12. JWU. Jm,
Oib, Ireb. 18th, March IS, April 10th, May 8th,
1891. Limit for return. 3o da> - from dat. . f
sale Hlojeoverg allou «-d voinp.
E. K Wb^tkiivslt, Ayetit.
>lorrl« It I oi k Southwest "lh
near l and (Ifflie.
Practice in all Courts of the Territory
and U. S. Land Office.
Richardson Huilding, cor. C and Gib
St., Rooms 4 and V.
dr. j w bryant,
Physician and Sure-eon.
I) Street near Corner 5th.
Physician & Surgeon.
total value of **2.000,000.
Petroleum is declining rapidly In
lV'l there were 54.000.000 barrels pro-
duced. but only 50.500,1 UU, valued at
•s :i .o '. i.1 :ii), in 1S9*J Natural gas is also
rapidly falling off both in quantit}'and
valne. its high water mark wai
reached in issH, when the product was
value I at i*."j,i i0, s7;,.
I lie total value of metallic mineruls
for the year was$30?J,775,639; non-metal-
lic ? !7 i,o:i ; lu.i. and unspjeifie 1 #10,000,-
I he total product of silver during the
year was .*• •.ii'iu ooo ounces, with a coin-
age valuation of #74.981.000. The
amount is an increase of 877,1*10 ounces
for tlie year. Tiie increased valuation
of the product for the year was $2,823,-
l-'arin .Moriuau«* Properly for Sale.
Dknvkh, Col., Jan. 4. An order was
made in th? district court here to-day
for the sale i f #1,000,000 worth of prop-
erty of the Western Farm Mortgage
Trust ( o.
Attorney-General Clark, of Arkan-
sas, filed suit against three of the
trustees-of the Arkansas insane asy-
lum to recover the amount of the short-
age of S. H. Huchanan.
Although the headquarter* of the
Louisiana state lottery at New Orleans
are elos*d, there is manifested a deter-
mination to continue the lottery busi-
ness iu that city.
A Hotini; Match MmU In Death.
Dps Moixi.s. la., .tan .-Silas Taft
And Port Scott were boxing at an ath-
letic club last evening, when Taft
struck Scott in the neck. The latter
fell heavily to the floor, striking his
head, and died in about four minutes.
Hotli were aged about 18 years. The
question is whether the blow or fall
caused Scott's death.
Eugene Wolff, the explorer, has re-
ceived news from I ganda. dated July
15, saying that the Mohametans have i
been expelled by the Christians.
Over Pioneer Drug Store.
LLEN k ROBERTS,
REFERENCES: Tiie Oovernor and Secretary
of the Territory of Oklahoma Offices,
Bank a Wade Building. Room 1.
JOHNSON, WALKER A STANLEY,
Lawyer* and Land Attorney,
l,aiik and Wade Huilding, Kooni
I'KIIKT, : : ; OKLAHOMA
Parish & Mentz,
Lawyers and Land Attorneys,
PERRY, : : OKLAHOMA.
CALL AT THE OFFICE OF
1j. I,. BELL,
I < oldest papers prepareil and all pajn-rs n>-
!! '|iilr«'d for obtaining Patents for ( laims and
l3 H*ds f, r Lot-, also Claims and ( itv Lois
bought and Hold. Parma and Cil> Pro)>ert> in
tla* Stales exehanired for pro| eily in I err>.
North side list. s.\y. Cor. Ilk. I I Perry,file
S. A. LAYTON,
Headquarters Neaion Hros., Pni(f
PERRY. o. T.
J F COLLAR, '
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS.
Opposite Land Office on (' St.
FI'LL LINK of FARM IMPLKMKNTS
J. F. COLLAR, Prop
RANSOM & BAILEY,
Attorneys at Law.
I LATE < K ' >KLAI1« MA C ITY, O. T
W e have won the Probate Judge
filing cases at Washington, Call or
write us at Perry, O. T. Associated
with < opp a Luckett, the well known
Land Attorne .s at Washington, D C
i "" i im: and okmmental
, A 1.1. ON
L w. SNOW.
all - WORK til ARANTF.il.
Star ( lothing House.
R. R. HOUGHTON,
P an*- SpeeilleatioiiM, and Estimates F*urnl**t ed
** -C u Kiiaranteed to give Mtl*
fa el ion. Shop at noriheaHt corner of
Dariihtftyn-Mlllcr'a Lumber Yard.
FINK PATTERNS ALWAVS ON* HAND.
Seventh Street opposite U. S, Land
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