The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 139, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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bisters of Charity as Public School
Teachers in Pittsburgh.
PERRY OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH, i, 1894.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
They Are Not ta Talk* l'roofa ou Townnlteil
In the Strip.
! Washington, Fob. 28.—rSpecial ] A
1 conclusion was reached in the interior
! today to the effect that all probate
' judges in the strip are to be prohibited
i from proving uptownsites. This mat
ter was left op n to the decision of the
secretary by the law opening the
j ssrip, and for some time the secretary
; has been flooded with petitions from
j citizens of the various town , asking
' that their probate judges be allowed
! to do this work as they had done in
.. . OQ P I other reservations, it was announced
PiTTsntRoii, Pa., 1 eb. 29.— Four sis- .
tersof charity luvv liken possesion by the people mterested us bi-niff tin
of four room-* in the Kiverside public most desirable, as the probate judges
• chool, and for the first time in the his- ; would dispose of the work quicker
torv of the public schools of Pittsburgh | ^he townsite boards, and that it
have been given permission to teach. wouW bc leM expensive.
The St. James parochial school bus
trown to such proportion* that the , , , . ,
hers of the towns.te boards shall be
FOUR OF Til KM EMPLOYED.
Judge Scott, of Omnbai DenouneM tln
A«iuiiiii>tr«ll<ui of III* Laws of N« -
bratkn-No Hope for III® I'er.
•ou \\ it liout Money or la-
liucnce - lirMUiittlo
NICK PABLOB8 awp 01 ICR
Cor. First and Vilas St
present quarters became small to I b
accommodate the Increased attendance, allowed to do this work and the result
lather C'osgrove made application to of the departments manipulation
the Riverside sch >ol board for the use sj|o^g that not a single patent has
of four rooms, and after some delibera- ^e(>Q for u single lot and noth-
tion t lie NqttMt «m " w hM be«n done in the lineofdetcr-
iraa, hoinw, Mnad that the itatotm " . , , .
of charity Should stan ! an exumina- j mining the property rights of the cltl-
tion in the studies t-.iught In the public /.on".
sell" 1«. At the examination eight Tie plan decided upon today places
sisters passed Ther.s whs a division in I it In the hands of the various boards
tlie ranks of th • school when It opened; to make whatever charge that may
the I 'Ilia,• pupils who lial been at-I meet the linanei.il demands of the
t..,.di,i . >ol were a.slirned to their ! men,he. sof the boards and in this way
i.-i ml but the p iroehial chll- the deMsioi. is plainly >r,
dren n -hareeof thesis- -arp't l.a^.-r, shipped m
I f. <• . , .... ti, , the country. It is now admitted \>\
ten. rhla, Prot Slattery.^thepriool (ho#e fallli;iaI. u iUl t,„. matter that it
will be two or three years before some
of the boards get through with their
A FAVORABLE REPORT.
ON THE UROPEN PLAN
Fl It XI TH ED B< )OM8 IIY DAY OU WEEK
Powder sank of perry.
expects t< overcome, lie will im-
mediately beirin an examination of all
pupUs. Rich will then be elassed into
the steps to which he belong*
J he school board will hold a meeting
in a few da v ;;t which time it will
make a request to th«- eentral board of
education for an additional supply of
four t. ic'.-ei -i If the r--quest is granted
the board will elect the teachers re-
l. The memberi of the school
>ard are all (
will be el( ot id
It is said the Juniot
new idea. The A. I'
jldok scott i
Omaiia, Neb., Feb.
atiiolies, and it is more
the four sister in charge
Order of t'nited
will oppose the
A \v..l also take
is Holdcn for highway robbery
district court* was the occasion
of a dramatic scene, in which Presid-
ing Judge Scott denounced Nebraska
laws and Omaha's administration. 'Ihe
evidencj indicated that Holdeti a
young man, had l>oen entice 1 into a
gambling den and lost $150. To secure
- iuoil he resorted U* highway robbery,
which netted him * j cents. Thejudge
asked him if this was his only crime.
. He answered in the alllrinative. The
/lawyer who had been looking after the
interests of llolden said that it looked
rs though the gambler stood in with
s police, f- r in this instance the
'amblers ha I robbed llolden of his
.oney. but were- allowed to go unpun-
• he ! while ll<>lden, who had robbed a
i tu of V cents, was before the court.
v. ith the jM'nitentiary ready to close its^fuiuing
i.-ora u n him. Judge Scott remarked-
that this was true.
4 Think of i! he continued; ' here is
a man who robbed another of M) cents
in order to buy food to keep him from
* irvin The law is such that 1 am
. :npel • 1 t«> • utenoe him to a term of I fire
t .roe years in prison, while the men
ho robbed him arc allowed to walk ;
the streets of the city ami look into
t ie faces of respectable men People
. v that I must keep st 11, but I never |
. d keep still so long as the officials of
;:ds city continue to countcnance aud 1
allow the commission of these high- j
handed Crimea. They call this Amert*
, and ti. land of the free, but it
i ikes a difference. If you have jrot j
>ney and influence, then this is the |
. nd of the fiv, but if you are without
t It her. then t lie ease is different, as
. tn t e readily seen I hope there is a
liod in Israel who will right this mat*
Oklahoma ( I > t* Huvo the Hen*
trvatlon \«lJ«>lniiiK the Town.
Wapiiinotox, Feb. 27—[Special]
The committee on public lands of the
house today decided to rep rt favor
ably the bill to donate to Oklahom ♦
City the military reservation which
adjoins that city. Representative
Oreshsin was instructed to draw up a
report ou the bill to this effect. The
bill has been held in committee for
some time by reasou of the fa't that
contestants Miller and Jones have been
insisting that they should be allowed
a part «-f the reservation. The bill as
reported, however, by the committee
makes no pro\ ision for them. The bill
a reported by the Flynn bill without
MUSCOUEE IS SCORCHED
• r.il Hnihlliiu*). C'iui lli|C
« of K-m.noo.
T. Feb. H. — Lost night
about 11 o'clock an incendiary fire
originated in a negro crap shooting
diye on Church street, opposite the
court house, and rapidly spread, con-
live adjoining buildings on
Church street and four buildings on
Main street, taking in T A Chandler's
grocery and the Chinese laundry and
'all buildings between. Several build-
ups on Main street were d i.nagevi by
The losses are about 'Jo,000,
slightly covered by insurance About
twenty-live families and firm?
in the In:-- This makes five a
to burn the town within the p:
EPISCOPALIAN ISM IS OKLAHOMA.
ltish'.p Francis Key lirooke, iu Kan-
sas City Times: Some marks of prog-
ress in the church's work in these
territories, though none too great, are
yet worih noting. There was but one
church here iu January, 1 S'.<3, the one
iu Guthrie. There are now churches
in use for regular services at Oklaho-
ma City and stillwater in Oklahoma,
aud at Lehigh and Wagoner in Indian
territory. The church in Guthrie has
been moved to a permanent location
and improved at an expense of 9600.
The bishop's house at Guthrie is near
completion. It is a comfortable home
(the property of the church, of course),
valued with the ground at £3,800. A
church i* near completion at Wood-
ward in the Cherokee str p, the work,
almost alone, of one of our devoted
young church women. Funds are in
sight fur the immediate providing of
small churches at Kl Reno and Nor-
man in Oklahoma and Purcell and
Co'gate in Indian territory. They
will be ready for me, God willing, not
la'er than May.
The bishop in January ordained to
the diaconateMessrs. lMwin Witherell,
August < . I Jiedfccr and Henry Harris.
Mr. \Vither* ll is in charge at Stillwa-
ter and,.POrry, Mr. Fliedner lives for
the present with the bishop at Guthrie
atro works out from there under ttie
bishop's direction. Mr. Harris, under
the direction of the Rtv. Wm Gibbs.
of northern Texas, is doing very effi
nt work at Lehigh and Colgate, I
T. He has presented sixteen for eon
Urination since September 1. There
were but two missionaries beside the
bishop in January, is'.u. There are
now eight at work, though three of
them only "part time," and with little
or no stipend. But there is immediate
d of not less than s?x small
churches and work at cnce for three
four more missionaries if there
were means to start them in their
rk. There is some 00 indebted-
s on the church property we have
named, but it is non.' of it local or
floating debt (with the txeeptim of
perhaps s 00) but it is all owing t
Western democrats in congress are
becoming child-lik* and ''Bland."
And now Me.Master und Small have
failen out and the enemies of both
laugh again. But just wait -!
Mrs. Leash has reached the ultima
Thule of her masculine existence— she
has become a Mason.
F. K. KOBINSON, Pre. F. W. FARRAR.
Mechanics National Bank,
New York City, N. Y
Wichita National Bank,
Home National Bank,
Arkansas City, Kansas
Midland National Bank,
Kansas City, Me.
First National Bank,
Capitol National Bauk,
(state National Bank, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Mr. Morgan can hardly expect any
crumb-, from the president's table lifter
such a report on the Hawaiian ques-
The latest definition of a mugwump
is a cross between a republican and a
democratic cuckoo, according to Con-
Ci.evei.and has onee more gone fish-
ing. What a blessing to the American
people if the whole democratic admin-
istration would take a holiday.
Cleve'.and's administration seems
ta be for the purpose of showing that
Cleveland and not democracy have
been victorious twice in thirty years.
I'l.Nt K. OF I il!.OK\|Ml.
(>rnin llr. rr-« S*vln lled.
i Kansas Citv, Mo. Feb 2s.
j Richland, who came to Kansa
: few we.'ks ago and opened a grain com-
mission broker's office, has fled, and it
1 is said he has swindled brokers iu Chi-
cago and other cities out of between
fs,ooo and flu.no'J by means of bills of
; lading which h<' ha I raised. He would
I ship grain to ( hieago, getting a bill of
lading from the raiirool. This bill, it
i is alleged, he would raise and then at-
I taeh it to a draft and send it through
I the bank to th ' consignee. The grain
j would not ar.ive until several days
I after the draft and raised bill had been
| 1 nn l uaid.
I A Iloml Investment niilrcr Arretted.
Denver, Col., Feb. os.—E. L. Welles,
of St. Louis, secretary of the Guarautee
Investment Co., of Nevada, Mo., was
i arrested in this city last night bv
marshal on a
„„,lcstoo.l I will li.rn si'nt nut to u j lottery laws, lie udmltti-d having sent
,Wi-of paper*, llewnt to the clerk's tliroutfli 'lie mails the circulars of the
and had read this •Utement I Company. It wm Impostlble to make
i, made him say that he charged ' " oasf nS",nst '> ,
circulars were all mailed from points
le MakNii'l'r. ■ > i • I I \|>l*n ttlon lloimo
\ trnln Wlllmut n Oiinriim.
Washingro •, Feb. i:s. Immediately
ter the reading of the journal to-day
j •• Pc nce, of Colorado,rose to a person-
. .-xplanation. Wrhen the hous ad-
i.earned last night, said he, it had re-
i'tn-ed on motion to permit him to pro
d with an explanation he was muk-
When he arose this morninghe was . .
, axed to find inn newspaper M er- M-puty United States
o„s state n.'„t of l.S remarks, wlreli I violatii,K the
Hainer with being "fuller of beer J
than comprehension "f Ideaa What
had said was: "Fuller of beard
\ :,n of ideas." Ho had immediately
written a letter of npedogy, which lie I
it to the clerk's desk and hail read.
I he house was a train without a
, , .rum on Bland'saoigniornge bill and
I roceedc 1 to debate without limit.
Mnrrirr at (hniilin.
(i.mana. Neb . Feb. '29—Two Italians
w t. re playing cards at Twentieth and 1
] eiiic streets last night. A quarrel
:.rose between them, and charges of
, ating were made. One of the men,
v. ,iose name has not been ob^iined,
,ot the other, Carmen Polieiti, three
; ones, once through the lungs, a shot J
hlch will prove fatal The tnttrdorof
i-. still at large.
Kubtter Work* to Resume.
Mii.i.vn.i:. Maaa., Feb. W.—The
j 130 employes of the rubber works of 1
l-'ire at Tipton, .Mo.
Tivton. Mo., Feb. 2S. —Firewaa dis-
covered in the rear of the stonedbuild-
in a* occupied by S. F. McNair, genera!
dealer. The entire stock of goods and
building were consumed; stock fully
insured. The building was owned by
F. W. Lula and was insured for $500.
The telegraph otiiee was located in the
building, and instruments, switch
board and books were destroyed.
I'ojr Killed In ti I'rlie FIrIiI.
Hot" i. ok it, Col., Feb. 28.—Harry Mur-
ray und Ira Kvans. two boys 14 years
of age, while out coasting with their
schoolmates wagered their sleds ou the
result of a prize tight between them
• ( Ives. During the mill Murray struck
Kvans a violent blow under the heart,
causing death in a few minutes.
Thomas F. llayord, United States
the United States Rubber Co,, which ; ambassador to Great Britain, emphat- ^
■ id been shut down, have been notllied foully denies the report that he Intead. | J".'nairai. b'lrba'rhv
that work is to be resumed. to tender his resignation.
lmeiican Church 1'uPding
Tut: weather prophet has quieted
the riotous wintry winds and there is
peace amid the forces of nature, but
the democratic party of the territory
still lies its blizzard signal out.
Chakitaiilk people of the east are
making ai rangeinents to send
arctic expedition into Oklahoma, the
weather dispatches from here being of
such frigid character.
William Si-ringkh is accused of be
ing congressman so long he has for-
gotten from what district ho was elect-
ed. His re-election i.-> fought on the
grounds of being a non-resident, for
living too long in Washington.
CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN.
C STREKT OPPOSITE 111.1'K HEMi.
Full Line of Groceries Always in Stock.
Garden Sued, Seed Potatoes and everything in the Grocery line
Jobbers Prices to Country Merchants.
—WE DO NOT SOLICIT.
FREE DitLiVB-iY TO Ab.Y fA?«T
OF UiE OlTV
T. M. UICHAItDSON, D. 0\ RICHARDSON, T. M. RICHAEDSON, J
President. Vice-President C&4hi«c.
Thk example of the consolidation of
ie Rlf&kwelland theShickaska town-
sites should be follow (d by other rival
towns in the strip. The sooner it is
done the less final loss it will entail
upon the residents interested.
Perry Olierolcee Strip Olcla.
All Business guaranteed by our
<-I_\l)lYlD(l/i!i -> RE3P0j\f5IBILIiFY * $200,600^
JOS 330S3S2ST8T-EIN, Prop
Finest and mis Commodious RomTThthi c2t
Special Attention eiventothe
Hates S2 per Day.
7th Street, Between D and E.
It is gratifying to see the United
States senate coming out from under
the shadow of Cleveland. The report
made on the Hawaiian question by
senator .Morgan iN the first sign hud
during this session of congress that
the democratic party had any regard
for our institutions or American honor.
The report fully vindicates Minister
Stevens' and the Harrison adtuinls
tration's dealings with Hawaii. It not
only justifies the policy persued by the
former administration towards tbaf
island, but condemns Mr. f leveland
for destroying the Amerlcau interests
there and attempting to foist upon an
intelligent people a form of govern-
ment obnoxious to them and not in
line with the advanced republican
principles and injurious both to this
country ami the island.
Mr. Morgau lays down the proposi
tion on the first page of the report "as
a government dealing with Hawaii
and with any form of government in
that country, the I nited States can
have no separation or break in its line
of policy corresponding to any change
in the incumbency of the ofllce of pres-
ident. It is in all respects as much
the same government in every right
and responsibility as it it had been un-
der the same president during the eu-
tire period covered by the recent revo-
lution in Hawaii and the succeeding
A declaration against monarchism
in the islands follows next, the report
saying we exercise at lenst a moral
suzerainty over that country. 4,ila-
waii," it says, is an American state
and is embraced in the American com-
mercial and military system. In this
attitude of the two governments Ha-
waii must be entitled to demand of the
United States an indulgent considera-
tion if not an active sympathy, while
she is endeavoring to accomplish what
every American state has achieved,
the release of her people from the odi-
ous anti-republican regime which de-
nies to the people the right to govern
themselves, and mbordinates them to
the suppose 1 divine right of anion
archy, whose title to such divinity
originated in the most slavish condi
Times-Journal: The Guthrie Leader
says that "Governor McKinley will be
the orator of the day at the republican
territorial convention in Oklahoma
City on May 15." The Times-Journal
sincerely hopes the Leader knows
whereof it speaks. Kvery effort will
be made to secure the pres -nee of the
next president of the United States,
and there is a strong probability that
he will be here. Mayor Mitscher and
the city council will send him a press-
ing invitation, and it Is very probable
icmmittee of the leading business
and professional men will be appointed
to go to Columbus and personally urge
the gentleman to come. The chamber
of commerce should take hold of the
matter also. This is something in
which all, irrespective of party, are
interested. Most assuredly the Times-
Journal would join hands in getting
any notable democratic statesman to
visit our territory and city ut any
Wp'ldlni; IV«liv.l I: * 1'mp.neil.
S w Fran< 13t"• ►. Feb j* —The steair*
er Rio de Janeiro, wh.eh arrived early
this morning from China and Japan,
reported that great preparations were
being made for the celebration of the
silver wedding of the emperor. Eight
hundred thousand dollars are to be ex
pended upon the festivities.
Wlioit Duties Itntaeri.
Pakis, Feb. 2$.—In the senate after
a speech from the ministry of husband-
ry. declaring that an increasa in the
duty on wheat was necessary in order
to protect French farmers, the senators
adopted, by u vote of 197 to 07, the
duty of 7 francs as approved by the
chamber of deputies.
An incendiary fire at Muscogee, I. T.f
Sunday night destroyed six and dam
aged other buildings, causing 920,000
HIRAM L. BO YES, Pres " L. D. TREEMAN, Cut
Corner of II. and Seventh streets, Perry, 0. T
Does a General Thanking; Business,
THE mum PLANING SSIiLL.
J. F. CHSATHAM, Manager aod Proprietor.
Manufacturer of Doors, Sash. Newel Posts, Ha!uster , al
kinds of Moulding and Casirib, Torch I'osts, Corners, Base Blocki.
Slore Counters and Shelving a Specialty. Estimates tfiven on *li Iclata
j 1 GLASS.
Fcrd Hum Brewing Co
KANSAS CITY, MO., PERRY, OK LA:
User i- the iit iuk of the civilized world in this veneration; more than It
was in any other. The American people are lear ing to drink
Pure Beer and will nave it.
Call l. r Our Caveroc, Special Brew,
l he Queen of all lleers Only Choke Hops and Barley used.
Known for Ap, Purily and Strenglh.
N, F. Cheadle, Agt
Cold Storage." at Guthrie. Mulhall, Orlando,
Perrv, Stillwater arid Chandler, OU.
FRED A JACOBS. WILL A, LINDSAY
The .Snvve.vin0' of lots ami homesteads a sp einlty, plans anil estimates furn-
ished on nil "branches of engineering. Reasonable oliarges. Postoftiee build-
ing—Room 0. All work Guaranteed.
Klrst-elass liar Fixtures; Antique oak.
Has been used only a short time.
80L POCK & GRIFF
Wholeiale Liquors Deadlera,
KANSAS CITV, MO
A. L. STEWART'S
Coruea 5th aud D Streets.
Cia mi for Sale. Lots for Sale.
Spec a! Attention Given to Contest Cases.
I have a largo list of claims and town lots for sale. If you want W
buy any kind of claim or town lot give mc a eall If you h v«
n claim or a town! lot for Bile, list them with me.
PERRY, • 5 OKLAHOMA
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