The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 127, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1894 Page: 4 of 4

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Tha Pianoforte Matter Dies in Egypt
After a Brief lllnes
The first on
And
the Ground—The first in Low Prices— synopsis of his life.
the first in the hearts of the
People of Perry.
Perry Made brick,^—
Notwithstanding Hi* Masterful ll*ruiouy
He Ha* a i unny Matrltnoulal Li-
|tvrl«uce with l.l*xt'« Natural
Daughter and lilt I'a.
- -Cheap as the Cheapest
WE ARE VERY MUCH OVERSTOCKED
In our store here and also at Guthrie. We will
troo aud Friend
Haguer.
our store here and also at Guthrie,
sell you either a
Cook 01
Stove
At prices never heard ot before in the city of Perry.
carry a full line of
We also
Glass, Building Hardware and Gimme Glidden Barb Wire.
Farquharson & Morris, Prop.
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OFFICIAL CALL
Lepublleu
Cairo, Feb. 14. — Hans von Bulow, one
of the greatest of living German pian-
ists and composers, who had been
spending the winter here, in retire-
ment, died last night after only a brief
illness.
BIOGRAPHICAL
Hans (iuido vou Uulow was born at Dresden
Januiry 8, 1 i . the sou of the novelist and
poet, Edward von Bulow. At an earl age he
commenced the study of music as uu amateur,
and at the age of 10 h« wus put under
the instruction of Frederick Wieck, the
fu'her of Muie Clara Schuman Hi*
father t.ud Intended taat lie should follow
the law, but on the advice < f Lis2l and Wag
uer. who were his patrons In after \ ears, he
devoted himself eutirely to music. This was
not. how ever, until he hud taken a degree at
Lelpslc and had followed the lectures at ber-
lin. ills abandonment of the law was precipi
tatrd by a performance of "Lohengrin" at
Herlln, which moved him so deeply thai he
went to Wagner, then ut Zurich, and placed
himself under tils Instruction Warner sent
him to Lls^t, who taught him all the arts of
plana pluylng
In IS )i.' vou Hulow made his first appearance
in public, and the performance of his overture
to Julius ( u?sar gave him recognition as a
pianist. The following year he made his llrst
professional tour, visitin . .ill the i.-ad'ng cities I q
of iJeriuany. lie succeeded lvullah as first
professor of the piano at the Dei lin conserva-
tory in lt 6i and In Id"9 was appointed court
pianist.
Von liulow man led Coslma the natural
d-.ii ghter of his old frit ;id L szt. and Countess
d'Agoult, in 1" 7 It Is uu interesting and com
plicaiing fact that a few years later another
old friend and master, Wagner, ran away with
Coslma. Von Dulow secured a divorce in 1809
lady married
idere.i aid will a- eordingly be held iu ! Wagner
'the city of Guthrie, ut the probate! In HOI, after von Bulow had trav
court room on Tuesday, the 20th day
of February, ls^i. at the hour of three
o'clock t>. in., ami aU members are
hereby urged to attend Raid meeting.
Hi' duties vvhi"l will devolve upon
•■'id mri'Tijsir. mnorg others, will be
the- . n ->f a • hairinnn to succeed
the ! I oil. .1 ..in IV Jones, aud the trans-
action of such other business as may
properly come before the committee.
It is requested that in all counties
where the regularly elected members
of said territorial republican central | or of the Ducal theatei si i iingen
committee have either resigned their I • oompoeei Von Bulow . o achi w
membership or lost the same by per ,l0" 'lts own nip' ni"nj nun be men
i nt change of their residence* and I :'
. . • . . wana *^)pera 80 Hi ha! tten mon
th. vacancy pxlstinr thereby has not, „„ r, incUrou! Basic toShskispears'. -Julius
b en provided for by the republicans Ce«ar,' a ballade and S4 ... ... ter pieces
D Ii counties, t iiat they meet in | for orchestra i no t.: i neral maroh and
uch manner as the chairman of the other works .for pianoforte, including th>- i>ril-
republican central committee oftheirl Msat''Carnival of Milan Bu perhaps his
i ^motive counties may prescribe and 1 "l0*1 ro||iarkabie works are in- irai.script
i r . . I of \\ turner scores Thr
j. l. calvert, Attorney at-law
Makes a specialty of Contest ami Land Uufcin. s Town Lot ' ase.
Kill receive niy e'losest attention Having lia<t years of expel enc.-
In this class of business 1 am prepared to render you the best of
service.
Office on West Side of Square, between C and D St>.
j. l. calvert,
Calver's Setllcis Uuiile lor Sale at 50 Cts. Send Mon.-y or ilim
P. O ffOX 129 PERRY, o. if
Itoi l.tl Central 1'out mil tee
Meeting.
All members of the republican terri-
torial centra! < >.iinuitlee of Oklaliomu
Territory, as the lame was organized
and constituted on July 14, 1892, are
hereby officiallyitotiHed that a meet-
ing of faid committee has been or- and the followlug year
: i u . n/pllf 1 ... li.. i , 1 i .1 1 v\'
Professional Directory.
lawyers.
s roNK.
STONt
I IMS. 11. UoVl h.
DOYLE.
Lawyers and Land Attorneys.
Office ctnter of block on I) st., \>«-t.,
flth and 7th, north side square. Mr.
Stone has had tive years practice be-
fore the Interior Department at Wash-
ington, D. C.
A. MORRIS
W JOHNSON,
nklaktiiua City.
played much an 1 written much on behalf of
Wagner and the Wagnerian view of opera, he
took at Munich the posts <<r conductor at the
Ro.al opera house and director of the con-
servatory. L'nder tiis personal superintend-
ence udmlrabln performances of • "Tristan an 1
Isolde" and • Die Meistei linger, two of Wag
ner'a operas, until that time ui known to tlie
public, wire given. He left Munich after his
dtvoros la IMS and for a number ol jream tve
concerts all over Europe and :k? United
States. In 187i Ite was ma le musical con-
ductor of the Ro. ul opera house ut Han-
r and subsequently became musical direct
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
TORNADO IN MISSISSIPPI.
WILL HAVE TO EXPLAIN.
Unconfirmed Report of it Town Deln(
i Washed Away Seven I Negroes Hilled.
j New Orleans, Feb 14.—A tornado,
accompanied by heavy rain, passed oVer | public is hopefully reaching forth for
mmend a member from their
county to fill the vacancy.
It is hereby further requested that I
the republicans of the counties K, L, I
M. X, O. P and Q shall provide, on or j
before the 17th day of February, 1894, J
in such manner as they may deem
j most conducive to a fair and intelli-
gent expression of party wisdom, for
j the selection of such members of the
republican party a-> they may desire
j to recommend for election to the ter-
ritorial republican committee.
A cordial invitation is extended to
allpatiiotic republicans of the terri-
i tory to attend the meeting of the com-
I mittee.
Our distressed and humiliated re
| of Wagner scores The pianot.'rte v.*r« toii of
| "Tristan an.t Isolde" is indeed a marvel cf thi
form of reproduction
jjhKWIS £
LAWYER3.
Will t.ractiee Ui an the courts of the Territory
tutd lite FederalCutirts also In the I'. S. Lund
oltic i". of the territory and ttie Interiorly
partment.
References b\ pern lsslou T. M. Richardson
.t Sons, Bankers. Perry, O. I' First National
liani. Oklahoma, City".
PERRY, - • OKLAHOMA,
Li L PALMER. o. (i. PALMER
PALMER & SON,
Attorneys at Law.
Practice before all Territorial ami I'.
S. courts, lund oftice* and the 1>«
partment at Washington.
Cor. th and !• Street. Pen*'
LEE WISBY,
Attorney - at - Law,
Practice in all Courts of the T«
and U. S. Land Ofllce.
Richardson liuilding, cor. C and
St., Kooms 8 and S.
MORGAN 6l PANCOAST.
l a. w y K 11 s
AND LAND ATTOHNFYb
PERKY and GUTHRIE,
Orticc north of Luud Office.
TLLI* ft ROBERTS,
LAW.
REFERENCES Tdc Governor and f^ecr. tj
of the Territory of Oklahoma Offlcei-
Rank ft Wade Building, Room 1
M A. SMITH,
Attorney .' at '. Law.
Office Over fatuous * lot!...
I' Stre.
l'KI:lt\
OKLAHOMA
[ UOkUON ic RAYMOND.
Associate Architects.
Keasonable Charges for i'; ft« u.k
U, 1 PK KICV,
ITTOR.VE) .IT - LAW. |
Special attention t Lund and LotC un-
tents, Papers prepared for tiling.
Pkrry axd tJt riiRiK. Oklahoma i
FOR FINE AND ORNttlEN 1 • N
plas terinc
ALI.
Judge Jcuklui to Face an Investigating
Committee.
Washington, Feb. 14.—The house
committee on judiciary voted, 7 to 0, in j Central Mississippi about 11 o'clock yes- f C'e strong arm of the republican
favor of reporting a resolution for an terday, doing c >n i ;t ibledama i. party to lea i it back to the upward
investigation into the course of United It is reported that Newton Miss . has highways of prosperity and good gov-
States District Judge Jenkins in re- been wiped off t but this lacks ernmenJ d in this emergent hour of |
straining employes of the Northern confirmation on account of the wires j
Pacific railroad from quitting work. being down.
11IIKTKIN .MEN' K X TO M II1.1)
Caving In of a Mine I r iughi wiili De.itli
to Mam
Wirki:sbarre, Pa.. l ob. 14.—Thirteen
miners wen- entombed in a shaft near
here by the cavinir in of the roof of a
gallery and it is believed that all are
dead.
John Cuddy, who was at work with
the entombed men. was cut < 1V from
the others by about two feet, making a
sort of dividing wall between him and
his companions. Immediately after
the roof had fallen in li«* could hear the j
men who were entombed groaning,
then all was silent At no time was
there any hope of taking the men out |
alive, but the reseller.-are still working
r nation's increasing peril let no re- { hard.
publican falter iu his allegiance, nor
Senator Vilas, of Wisconsin, appeared
before the committee and urged that
the question was of such importance
that it should not be voted upon until
counsel had been heard. In accord-
ance with this suggestion a motion
was made to postpone the vote until
uext .Monday and in the meantime hear
counsel. This was voted down—7 to fl
—and the resolution was then agreed
on to be voted at, once.
Had the proposition to hear counsel
prevailed, Col Ingersoll would proba-
bly have appeared for the labor inter-
ests and several prominent lawj'ers for
the other side.
The resolution reported is a substi-
tute for the one introduced by Repre-
sentative McGann, but differs little
from that originally presented, except
that in its preamble that resolution
seeined to assume that Judge Jenkins'
action had been wrongful. This was
cut out us the committee did not want
to take sides in advance of the investi-
gation. The members of the sub-coin-
were agreed that an investigation
would be desirable.
prove remiss at the call of party duty
Theodore O. Risi.ry.
hec. liep. Territorial Central Coin.
VI s| i ii n < unci >
of Mli higan srtlil
.lust nt the outskirts of Wesson, Miss., !
five houses were wrecked, but no one '
badly hurt.
At Troy the school building, a church I
and several houses were wrecked. It
then passed in a westerly direction
through the country, leaving ruin and
desolation in its tracks Several ne-
groes are reported killed between Troy
and Dunham
At Dunham two churcl.csand a num-
ber of Routes were blown down, seW! i?uiana ??al?81, , , aUssev is*.
oral voople injured, but none so far as , embezzlement Jhe jury ,ound I au(jitor s office at 1 an
heard killed. the woman guilty, and fixed her pun- i aumlOT s oateea t I.an
_— I ishment at two years in the female
LIBIT. 1IXLEV DEAD ; prison The sheriff started to jail with 1 , feclareil Incon tiiritlon l.
A ttrave Officer Who oifd from .he Effect. the Pri?°?er- 2!hcQ her little daughter 1 LlTTLt RoCK' Ark'' leU 3.-rhelaw
PATHETIC SCENE IN COIKI.
Caused by a Child Pleading with the sheriff
Not to Put Her Mother In Jail.
! Logansport, InJ., Feb. 14.—A dra-
matic scene was enacted in the circuit
, court when the jury returned a verdict
i in the celebrated case of the state of
Indiana against Marv Heenan, charged
j One •.f I lie s, u|y Ollicntl
to Have On
I Detroit. Mich., Feb. 14.—It is about
J certain that .James ('. Clark, who was
arrested last r:ight, charged with falsi-
fying the election returns on the state
salaries amendment, ha confessjd.
After another interview to-day. Pros-
ecutor Frazer summoned the other
members of the footing committee to
be questioned. Tin chairman. George
Bussey, is an employe of the state
BARNES A COOK,
l a. w y k r s.
Do General Practice before U. 8. Laad |
Office and all the Courts.
Office in Decker B'd'g. Perry, ok '
JOHNSON & WALKER,
Lawyeiy end Land Attorneys,
Band and Wade liuilding. Room -,
PERRY. - OKLAHOMA
John b. Lauffer,
jLund ■> Uitorhey
—AND—
► j hill •veyor,
Has all the original field notes and t.lats foi
count. <, K , P., and y., east of Indian Meridian
Fifteen >-ars experience In tha U. s Genera.
' ^ Washington, D. C
L W SNOW
WORK GCARAN1
Star Clothing House.
4
KE.-1SE .y- PAUMEL1.1. ,
SIGN PAINTING.
PAPER HANGING.
Uiilh furninhed on all kinds
ing anil Deeorating
Shop Corner 8th and C M
j. a. snyder,
Transfer LimJ
Headquarters at I ft«
store. All good* Pre
rendoble
mpt . D<
s. a. laytow.
a rch1tect
Headquarters-
Land Orti^
PERRY
UK L A
PERKY,
;aton Iiro
Store.
r. COHEN
iti.>nt. grasped the officer about theneekand
St. Pai-l, Minn , Feb 14 —First in heartrending tones said:
Lieut. Leighton Finley the bravest "Please, Mr. Officer, don't put my
officer in the Arizona campaign against Poor mamma in jail.
the Apaches, died yesterday at St.
Luke s hospital. Lieut. Finley was a
member of the Tenth United States
The attorneys and officers erf the
court, who are supposed to have hearts
of steel, were driven from the court
taxing Pullman ears telegraph and ex-
press companies operating in the state
passed by the last general assembly of
Arkansas was yesterday declared un-
constitutional by Judge Williams iu
the I'nited.Slates circuit court
Kuiim* llty*( raln.
Kansas city, Feb 18 W heat by in
Cavalry, stationed at 1 ort Custer. In rooul b.V exhibition of grief upon | tu diy was - n.* ..i,,,t % :
October one of the troop horses ran
against the horse which he was riding.
Lieut. Finley's horse fell, breaking his
rider's leg in two places. The wound
did not heal, and a surgical operation
resulted in death. In one of the en-
gagements in Arizona Lieut. Finley
made a gallant charge through a body
of Indians and rescued Gen. Grierson
just as the blood-thirsty Apaches were
about to scalp him.
R LUCKED.
from Judge
ATTOKNLV
Scanlan Catches It
WRECKS ON THE COAST.
Al Lcait Three Sehooners Destroyed —Sev-
eral Lives Undoubtedly Lout.
Province town, Mass., Feb., 14.- The
wrecked schooner Fortuna has gone to
pieces on Race point and the debris
strews the shore for miles. James Mc-
Lean, of Gloucester, married, with sev-
en children, and Abraham lirown, of
Gloucester, were drowned.
At daybreak a large three-masted
schooner came ashore near the life-sav-
ing station, the seas making a clean
breach over her. Finally a very heavy
sea struck her on the quarter, which
brought her head off shore and she '
went out clear of the land. None of
the crew was seen on her and it is
thought that all were washed over-
board and will probably go ashore
somewhere near the Gurnet light,
The three-masted schooner Minnie
Kowan, Capt St John, from Haiti-
°,n' ;ifnt, ae!'0r/ °a.r<e without interrupt, ,,
third cliff at lochituatc to-day ihe M„r .„ tho Ku(t
«rew of eight men took to the rigging X, w Yom;. Feb l:;.-Ihe great bliw
and the members of the life-saving zur(j which visited the Mi^issiDDi val-
crew succeeded in getting a line to u., Sundav reach. imtic coast
them and they were safely brought i yesterday nf'ernw, and to-day re-
** ports nf worn 01 1m, l-.oavy snow arc
The Moo l*ueiti«: has made a I'acillc I ir0,m a11 Par* of thl, state,
coast freight rate from Mackinaw the i-^u'^.vlv^nia and New England. It is,
aaine as the Chicago rate on other! however, thought tiiat the storm will
lines, further complicating tho aggra- llot anything like as severe as the
tatad transcontinental situation. great blizzard six years a,7o.
I ~ '
A gal
Tutlilll.
CnfCA00, Feb. 14 —The prosecution
in the Coughlin case to-day presented
several minor witnesses in rebuttal.
During the proceedings Judge Tut-
hill administered a sharp rebuke to As-
sociate Prosecuting Attorney Seanlan,
who objected to the defense's line of
questioning, calling it an "outrage."
"It is nothing of the kind, Mr.^Scan-
i lan Everything the other side does
j you consider an outrage "
i liie rebuke caused a sensation in the
courtroom and the testimony proceeded
yesterday. The receipts were annll .Most of
the railroads brought not a single ear. tut th
samples of yesterday's oarlotf were brought
up, so a good deal of business was done < n
'ebinge. Mill orders took nearly aU the Offer-
ings. Most of tho elevator men bid or. y 4se fcr
the part of the husband and daughter
of the condemned woman. Finally the
sheriff weakened and took the prisoner
to his residence, where she will remain
until action on a new trial is taken.
Mrs. lleenan was convicted of bunco-
ing a feeble-minded old maid named
Mary Remley out of money and prop-
erty to the amount of 14,000. She dis-
guised herself as a gypsy, and calling
on Miss Remley told her that her rela-
tives were trying to swindle her out of
her property. She was advised by the
gypsy to turn over everything she pos-
sessed to her only friend, Mary Heenan.
The gypsy s advice was followed and I Receipts of corn to-day
Mrs. Heenan secured the property, i 47 cars
which she kept and refused to return ! *N,U * mixed sold at
upon demand. The ease occupied a I No
week in court and was a most sensa-
tional one.
LONG Ac PAY ME,
Physician & Surgeons <-jjkrl!jl/l\t Tflll.r •
206 7th St. Pen , . I
CALL AT THE OFFICE OF
l,. jj. bkll,
Contest paper* ptepared and ttll papers re-
quired for obtaining Patents for Claim* md
Deedh for Lotn. also Claims and City I^.t^
bought and sold 1 arms and City Properl. in
the States exehanged for property in Perry.
North Hide l >t. s.W. Cor. Ilk. I I Perry,Ok
FINK PATTERNS AI.WA \ -
eventh street Opposite
Office
iud
OVEP.STItEKT. WALLACE A PlI.SoN
LAND ATTORNEYS.
Will give their personal attention to
every class of business relating tu pub
lie lands, either claims, town lots
. cpntesu. P.estoration of horuesteai: I
No S hard Very .mall receipts ^ r.? expected | r'ghts a specialty. Office, west of t'ie
for s me time to come on account of the storm ,"~J -m " "**
Receipts of wheat to-day were li cars, nycar
ago. U4 cars.
Hard Wheat— No. 'J hard, Ittrars 4 cars
48>jc No 3 hard, 3 cars l7lJc, 3 cars I7c. No i
hard, 3 car 41c rejected, 1 car 41 ,c, 1 car lie
-Soft Wheat - No. 2 red. 2 cars No 3 red,
1 car choice 51c, 3 cars 60c: N 4 red, 1 car
45c; 1 car 44c 1 car 43/,c: rejected 2 cars 41c.
No 2 spring, I car 18c
Corn was in good demand and very firmly
held.
cars a year ago,
Sic Kansas City No.
11No. 2 white. 32x
• No while was quoted
phis No mixed. r 5 -c
32'4c No. 8 white, 311
nominally at 37'Jc Me
Memphis
Oats a ere scarce and choice i
higher prices
Receipts of oata to day wer<
ago. tf cars.
No. 2 mixed sold at \
ufter having embe^/.led*? 170,000, sur- | 3 wil^ W.Sc"
llay—Rece pts I cars market
land office, Perry, O. T.
Parish & Mentz,
lawyers and Land Attorneys,
PEKHY, : : OKLAHOMA
harlan, barlow & harm,
Lawyers - and - Land - Attorneys.
R. R. HODOHTON.
Contractor
and Builder.
'■•:, sj. -. illrtill,.i j and kitlu.k'' h ^
Free. All work guaranteed U ► • •
fai I * n Mop .it norUieaei i
Harilngtou-ililler is Lumber Y.i:
physicjaiis,
8. A. MOORE. M O
Physician & Surgeon.
special at'.ention given t< sur '
Surgiral Diseases. Calls proni|>! *
i wi red day or night. Sh i p in
; ' Hlice up stair* . northwest cor -
W. B. BRtNCLE,
Pliysiclun aud furgeui
OFFICK—ClTV Out I
Uefaulter Sllva C2lvv« lliui*elf L'p.
St. Louis, Feb. 14.— Louis j. Hilva,
secretary of the Iiainwater-Bradford
Iiat Co , who Hed to Canada October
tin pie 4 sold at '
No 3 mixed
No. 2 while
rendered this afteronon to the criminal 1
court in this city, and was released on
a b ind of to,000 aigued by j. a. Smith,
architect and contractor.
« orTte*11uif ii i, ,n.
Xew York, Feb. 14.—The will of
harles liathgate lieck, which leaves
$1,000,000 to the Society for the i re-
vention of Vice, was probated to-day.
a contest, of tho will has been begun
by Mrs. Matilda Carter, who claims to
te a child of the late Alexauder Math-
gate, from whom Beck inherited
UW,Q00.
steady
timothy, choice, 19.00 No 1 t8.CO48.6o;
low grade. IVOJ^T.OJt fancy prairie, fduu;
good to choice, i < LOCubo' common to medium,
•4.00 14.50.
>t. L011U (irnlo.
st. Lou is, Feb i:i— Receipt*, wheat, 12,<0)
bu ; last year, 10.0J0 bu . corn, lO'.'.W) bu ; last
year, 115,000 bu . oats, lfl.500 bu. last v« ar I
iV)) bu ; rye. 700 bu.; barley, U,f>00 bu Hour. 3,-
40) bbls; shipments, wheat 10,00) bu. eotn 12,
5>0 bu : oats, ."'0 441 bu flour, 7.4SWbb.H Wheat
—Cash, robruar) '• .• .m 4. July,
577i Corn - Cash, 3 Ji0 l-'ubruary, c2%c May,
33^c; July, 3l|,c. Oats Cash, 28v,c, Febru-
ary. 284<c; May,
cial atleutiun ({iven tu the prepar-
ation of contest cases.
OVEIl UANIC 01 PEURY,
STEWART A. SEVIEH,
Lawyers and Land Attorneys.
Office over Palace Drug Store opposite
Land Office.
J. D WALKER, M D.
OFFICE—OVER CI I V OHI O MHIRK.
| Residence at office. Will hi- foun i a
1 office when not professionally
engaged
FERlty, - . . OKLAHOMA
WVN'DAAll L II Ro\\ N,
brown & boyd.
Attorneys-at Law,
Law office business, attachinent, suit*
and collections a specialty.
OR DILLARO
Physician & Surgeon.
• j Office—Over Pioneer Drug Store
R00KR8 BOYD*! PERHY, . . OKLAHOMA.
Ofllee cor. tJtli aud C over
Urugau A JaokBOD'l Store
Firry,
OKL4
CUYO COMPTON, M O
Pbys.clan • onu - Surgeon
13 years practice iu Southern State.-5
Call answered day or night frnin Uftic*
over i'einin^tou'H Pearmacy, 1 doOf
north of Postoffiee.

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