The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 200, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 12, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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AFT:.I( SAXDi:US. t,,k
ri!l >ll M IN \ IIUilMA.
•GEN." KELLY^Commandar of the Ca <
THE COAL SHAFTS.
Two at Work in the Section Round
Rich Hill, Mo.
MINES IN k\NSAS RUNNING.
oaf>t *t Hevlar, Mo —Troop* I'nder Arm*
at Birmingham, A I*. -N>irnMluer#
Join the Striker* Through
t>nr of Death.
DUEL TO THE DEATH.
Fatal In 1 inu ofM H«l t «•!
autl si Unr#«- Thief.
Deputy Harris, of Norman, ami
Head, a horse thief, came to t
deaths at the hands
Lexington, near the 1
Harris was in Bear-1
Rich Hit.i.. Mo, May 11.— Mines No.
15 and 17 are the only ones ut work in
this section this morninj'. the men in
all the other shafts having struck last
night. It isclaimed that those at work
will t*>me eut t■ • i urht of their own ne-
cord or be force.I out The agitators
are working wi h a vim Saturdnv will
be pay day for all the mines and lively
times are looked forward to should
some of the miners remain at work.
It is reported that the striking
miners will go in a body this afternoon
to mines 1* and IT and try to persuade
the miners at work there to come out
If not successful in this,they will make
them stop by force. There are over
LOOU strikers in this field and they are
determined to win The crisis will
probably not be reached till to-night
only part ol*t in kansas.
PITT9BLRO. Kan., May 11.—The West-
ern Coal Mining Co.'s mines at 1 letn-
ing and the Wear Coal Co.'s mines at
Kirk wood are both idle to-day, the
mien having suspended work last night.
All the other mines in the district are
running #vith a full force. '1 he \ ale
miners did not stop work as was an-
It is thought now that the delegate
conveption called to meet here Satur-
day will be a failure as the miners at
the different shafts are taking no in-
terest in the matter of selecting dele-
The operators this morning do not
seem to be very much worried over the
present state of affairs.
thf.ir st hi k k. was prf.m ati'uk.
Cherokee, Kan., May 11.—At Flem-
ing the miners went out last night, but
inay return to work as many claim that
their action was premature The other
shafts are all running to-day. A Flem-
ing miner stated that if the men at the
other shafts should not come out by
Saturday they would be likely toy -
back to work Monday.
Durkee told his men at No 4 that
they would be given 00 cents beginning
this morning.provided that price should <
be fixed upon for the district, other-
wise he would pay his old rate >0
cents. The men accepted his terms and
are at work.
cue srnikF.ll> at bkvub quiet.
Mao.n, Mo. May 11.—Ninety-two
miners from Marceline and fifty-four
from Lingo were at ltevier yesterday
to assist the TOO llevier white coal
miners in bringing the negroes out of
mine 40, operated by the Kansas iV
Texas Coal Co., but the llevier miners
decided to let the negroes alone and all
Is qniet The llevier miners held a
meetiftj yesterday afternoon and
elected George Richards a delegate to
the general convention called by Pres-
ident McBride to meet at Cleveland, <>..
next Monday in conjunction with the
troops under arms at birmingham.
Birmingham, Ala., May 11.—The
demonstration at Pratt City by strik-
ing miners last night, which for a time
looked like an intended attack on the
convict camp, caused the military to
be put under arms, but the night
passed without serious trouble. The
demonstration has, however, made the
situation grave. Lieut .1. 1 . l'.rwin,
of the United States army, is on duty
here with the Alabama sfate troops
and represents(iov. Jones as command-
After receiving three notices to quit
work which they refused to obey, the
negro miners at Milldale, Tuscaloosa,
county, joined the strikers yesterday
because of an anonymous whitccap
ffbtiee posted about the mine last night
wMch reads: "You have been given
three notices to quit work. If you do
not obey to-morrow morning you will
not live to disobey longer."
•pofdy Disruption l'rnhahle
Chicago, May 11. — The Western
Freight association is in a very bad
way just now and it would not be a
great surprise if it went to pieces en-
tirely. The Atchison yesterday gave
notice of withdrawal from the western
trunk line committee and also from
the Western Freight association, the
former withdrawal taking effect at
once and the latter within ten days.
P.y the cavinff in uf tin- roof of ""e
of the old houses of the City of Mexu-o.
two members of the family of ledro
VaMSuuez were killed.
stopped at Lexingt >n th n
fore, ami received an intimaM n
his man was in the vicinity
Mounting his horse in the a ft,lr:
of Wednesday, he started for the
country, and nearing th ♦ line, he
countered Head in the <i« p hs of
wood. Both men were n o inted
armed, and were men never kn<> \
flinch. Harris was a brave man
the horse thief a desporat chari
The tale of that desperate
the death will probably nev.r
corded by the hand of man.
traces < f the light an p ,t n
cernib'.e, and two dead bod it
the fierceness of the eonili
The searching party found 1
actlv a> they had fallen, w ' 'm
clasped in their hands, and botl
Mr. anil Notah'e Party at the
Mary Washington Monument.
. V;i . May IL —The
•■rial train with the presidential
party for the ceremony of unveiling
Mary Washington monument left
Washington at i) o'clock.
vl surrounded the
■ 11 as tin* train pulled in. a presi-
ntiai salute boomed forth from the
Hi ; the Richmond and a band
played "Hail Columbia."
! tin* idjollllf streets
| vari us organizations, conspic-
- :• :i n_ them the confederate vet*
. the "it; 1 • fi||iof the con-
• i f iluttering over them
.1 > .li.-.-re.l by thou-
\\ in n on horseback led the
c iv. l'lii'ii . line the grand marshal,
\ t 1 ii Charles J. Anderson
ml his staff, followed by Wil-
I rawford, the architect
the monument. Then fol-
•v\ I President < veland, Vice Pres-
et stevi u- m and members of the
inet in carriages, followed by the
rernor tod staff and military organ-
z at ion.1 and sc.ret societies, conspicu-
Ions among them being members of the
i -• :ericii bur_r and Alexandria lodges
Ma-i'iis in which Washington had
j taken his degrees.
1 'i*«at Cleveland responded to
At • c •'k a banquet was tendered
:o the distinguished guests. Vice
l'iv iiient Stevenson was the principal
llreideiit hxl Misinformed.
Ni ,v Vouk. May 11.—A number of
. iient bank officers of this city de-
• iat the state bank commissioner
Kaiisis i* somewhat misinformed
• to the extent to which the New
' • York banks compel the making of
notes by their correspondents,
i : w banks still retain the gold
; i;i>e. I'll - do it, not with the idea
forcing payment of the principal in
►h is seldom oc ever done* but
iuse they have never seen tit togo
to the old form of contract, used
■ re the currency panic of last sum-
i wh n nearly all banks inserted
inse in their printed notes
ruse \\ ith bank customers.
Different Measures Introduced in the
Tli«> Art- Mill in the N U
Guthrie, Okla., May 1.'.—
Jim Masterson and Forest
returned yesterday from scv-
trip around in the Indian
While out they ran acxi ss B1
Bill Doolin anil one other out
had a good look at them. T
ing was a stand off. It to
southeast of Ingalls. .Tim >
and llalsell were separated at
Jim saw the outlaws and k
would run across HuNell, w
them to see what they wo-.iM
though the outlaws were tin
they otfere 1 no bad break < •
and the meeting was a -
neither party making any l>:
The trouble is that there i
ficient reward on the outlaw
it worth while for anyone i
risk too much to arrest them.
Delegate b I)
Delegate Flynn h;
attend the repul
onvention, which will bt,
Oklahoma City on the ! r th
will reach Guthrie on Satur
It had not been his intentioi
the convention, but for sunn
had been in need of a res
occasion was such as to giv
excuse for getting out of t<
Hack Pay For I'oitin i-t
Washington, May 11.—|
The house committee on <
allow back pay to the postmn-
Kingfisher, Oklahoma City an
I wo SlierHT-i liilleil l y n Outlaw.
j Mi.m 'v! kv, W Va., May 11.—A
1 John Bnrnetti ol
!mpbell count; . Tenn.. was killed on
I i passenger train while trying to ar-
-t an e-caped prisoner named Jones,
i 1 One of the murderers was killed and
her lynched, but the third escaped,
He was located a few days ago in West
Virginia by Sheriff Burnett, who was
! mpivnted to till out the unfinished
sine f his brother. To-day he was
>hot dead by the man.
soldier anil livillan Shot.
il i 1.i: \ mm: < m . Tex., NTay 11 —At
ie lie-ta. iii the suburbs, last night,
• i States soldiers were ar-
carrying pistols. In trying
• a - >1 iter one <>f the peace of-
leers shot at him. Later the shooting
- renewed and Corporal Inglehart
- ?,hot through the head and killed
instantly and Eulalio Garcia^ an on*
ker, was shot in the abdomen and
lied about an hour afterward.
Kmbi f/Vr Vrclier Free.
Baltimore, Md., May il— Gov.
; wn ha- pardon ! Stevenson Archer,
i • .■••;->tati* trea-urer who embezzled
11 anil was sentenced to five
•ar>" iai !<:•>!'iiuiciit. His term would
dred until July. 189S, but
i >n- for his release were signed by
in. - all ov. the state and not a
single pr test n is made. Archer is
roken in health and very much aged
by his confinement.
\ norm r t.ynciiino.
v i irncrud son HMged « >'•' Kan-
*;i* Mol> for Murder.
sua \ s'" in. - Kan., May 11.—
rsday Charles Carley, ^' n-in-
McKinley, a farmer
, ere, was killed with a
• :i i waiie aslcp, by Fred Mc-
kinley, age i it. The boy swore, when
that his father and his older
r -tiier had forced him to commit the
crime cause Carley had refused to
p wy i 500 for the privilege <^f marrying
! -> Mci\ nle . as he had agreed toda
* % men were arrested Monday
md arraigned in court here. They
pleaded not guilty, but' the boy re-
newed his confession.
Monday night a mob of farmers came
* the old man and the older
n to a railroad bridge west of town
1 them both. The boy es
iuse he was under guard at
ABOUT THE RUSSIAN PEST.
All the Hill* on the Bniilin Thl*tle !!•*•
Beeu Keportad Adw#T*«-ly * the .%*-
rlculturel Committee - Breck-
inridge at Wmlilngtou.
Washington, May 11— Representa-
tive lJlack. of Georgia, has introduced
a resolution directing the house com-
mittee on printing to ascertain whai
reduction in the government printing
office can be made. Representative
Meyer, of Louisiana, has introduced a
bill for a mw post ofiioe at New Or-
leans, at a limit of cost of t-,000.000.
Representative ltynum. of Indiana, has
introduced a bill by re juest for pen-
sions at the rate of 1 ceut per day for
each day of service. Representative
Cummings, of New York, has intro-
duced a bill to prevent fraudulent
dealings in bogus jewelry It provides
that the word "plated" shall be used
without remarks and devices to show
the real character of the jewelry.
no national thi8tlk EX'l'K It mi nation-
Washington, May 11.—All the bills
'for the extermination of the Russian
thistle have been reported adversely
by the house committee ou agricult-
ure. Representative liaker, of New
Hampshire made the report, in the
course of which he says: "If each
farmer on his own lands will give suf-
ficient care and attention to the de-
struction of these weeds before they
mature the state and local authorities
will combine to destroy it on the high-
ways and lands not in private owner-
not so sure of 8uccb8s.
Washington, May 11.—The return of
W. C. i\ ltreckinridge, of Kentucky, to
Washington indicates a complete aban-
donment of the plan on which his cam-
paign had been projected. It was his
original purpose to kindle in his behalf
that enthusiasm the name and presence
of a Breckinridge has ever aroused in
the Ashland district and then seize the
nomination in an early convention.
Had all gone prosperously he would
not have returned
Opinion here has changed greatly
within the past week. Prior to the
Lexington address it was the consensus
of opinion among public men that
Breckinridge would win his tight
Now there is scarcely any to do him
the reverence of such belief.
Rreck in ridge said in an interview
this morning that he would presently
take charge of the deficiency bill on its
passage through the house. Before
the adjournment of the house to-day
the committeemen responsible for the
bill agreed to take it out of his hands,
IKK THOUSAND Kit.LEO.
Apptllluc Lom of Life i y Lerthqunke
Hhock* el teneiuel*.
t a it a c a s. May 11. - A terrible earth-
quake took place in Venezuela on April
.15 Reports which have l*en received
here from the districts affected tell of
terrible loss of life and destruction of
villages and towns The cities of Me-
rida. I.ujfuinallas. t'hljfuarra aud San
Juan, situated in the northwest of the
republic in the region of the Andes,
are reported as hav rij? been totally
destroyed by a lierce shock at 11 o'clock
oil the night of the 'JUth Many vil-
luges are said to Is- wrecked, but de-
tails are not yet to lie had The con-
vulsion extended to parts of the adja-
cent republic of Colombia
The full details of the catastrophe
will be learned slowly, hut it is prob-
able that lO.iKHi people have perished,
and it is certain that the greatest suf-
fering prevails in the places visited by
the earthquake The I'nited States
minister here has notified the state de-
partment at Washington of the terrible
effects of the catastrophe, and has
asked that assistance lie given to th«
people of the stricken districts
. A. stonk. thos. ii. uu1 l.fc
STONE Sl DOYLE.
Lawyers and Lard Attorneys.
Office ctnter of block on I> st., bet.,
• th and 7th, north side squve V:
Stone has had five years practice lie-
fore the Interior Iiepartuient at Wash-
ington, I). C.
lilt AT T A N liKAIl.
In Order From the Department «
nmnilrr of the C«. A. It. Atiklnc t h
People to Observe It.
The department commander
i. A. K.. Colonel T. Ii. Sowaril. has
sued the following general order
BlADQI \ RTKS8 grant) a Q
Republic, Dkpa bti
Perky, O. T., May 1, 1S94
General Order No. •
Twentyfive years ago the •
ceremony of covering tlu• e:*.
deceased comrades with
ordered by our lamented com1";.
John A. Logan. The 30th day of R
has grown in the past quarter
century—has grown in grandem
the tender memories it ceK-1 iti
twined themselves around e* '
dier anil civi ian —matron and 11
sou and daughter, love ! > ;i-
vie with each other in faithl
serving the distinctively Ann r. .•
tom of scattering tlowers uv. r t
iug places of our heroes.
We hereby ask all post •
rades, with the assistain-'*
triotic women and sons to •
86th day of May. 1894,accordli r to
custom and rules of the ti A I!
that us far as practical • .
services will be he ti on Sunday
27, lv.U, in all our churches.
T. II. StWAi:. i.
J. II. WAI.LAt K,
Assistant Adjutant Creucra
lllo«i«s frtiui Hrl|hl'ii UUene
f Inallj Clo «(l l y l e*th.
Baltimokk Md., May 11.—Congress-
man Robert F. Hrattan died this morn-
ing at his home at Princess Anne, Md.
The end had been expected for weeks;
in fact, ever since the present session
began. Mr. Hrattan was present at
the extra sessiou in apparently vigor-
ous health. During the recess he was
affected with heart disease and later
llrlght's disease developed.
Mr Hrattan was serving his first
term as a member of congress. He was
a Mary lander by birth and would have
been 51 years old had he lived until
Fourth Kiinta* I'oyuUnt Aspirant*.
Emporia, Kan., May. 11.—A call has
been issued for the populist congres-
sional convention of the Fourth dis-
trict here June JO. The representation
is one delegate for every -00 votes cast
for Dr. Wharton in 1892. Among those
talked of for the nomination are Attor-
ney John Madden, of Emporia, presi-
dent of the normal board of regents; S
M. Scott, president of the state board
of public works, and J. S. Warren, of
London Society Kteul,
London, May 11.—Henry Herbert
Asquith. Q. C., M. P., secretary of state
for the home department, was married
to-day at the fashionable St tieorge's
church, Hanover square, to Miss Mar-
got Tennant. the young lady who is
said to have suggested to the author
the titular character in E. F. Henson's
"Dodo," and who was one of the orig-
inators of the somewhat mysterious so-
cial bod>* known as "Souls."
A Kiel) M n'« Son n< m tlui-glar.
Peoria, 111., May 11. Julius Schwa-
bacher, son of Henry Schwabacher, the
rich distiller, was arrested yesterday
morning in the act of breaking into
,ion of"the annual convention I the house of a neighbor. The only ex
1 • attitiiile and efforts of planation of the crime is that the younp
man had been gambling and was afraid
to tell his father of his losses. He de-
clared that he had entered the house
f\ s. PARHIHII. * H- mkstz]
PARRIBH & MENTZ,
Will practiee in all '-niirts, before
the land office anil townsite bimril.
Office— Room 4 Monii Block Corner
7 and D Street.
STEWART Sl SEVIER.
Lawyers and Land Attorneys.
Office over Palace Drug Store opposite
John B. Lauffer,
Lend * Hitorney
►4 Surveyor. ^
H i all the origin*! fl«ld notes and d ata for
eountlea K , P . and Q . eaitlof Indiaii Ji« r.d;.4ii
Fift^«*n r*ar* experleuca In tht U a (Jenrral
Land Office. Wa hiLgtoa, I). G
PERRY, .... OKLA.
OVERSTREKT, WALLACE A FII.S0N
Will give their personal attention to
every class of butineM relating to pub-
lic lands, either claim*, town lota or
contest*. Restoration of homestead
rights a specialty, offioe, west of the
land office, Perrj, 0. T.
him i;m \ v-
\ r \ Colamblaa
l.«-aq;ae* to Ht> Instituted.
UAnA,Neb.,M*y 11. — Ki^-ht hundred
as, representing every
t::i n. attended the even-
A 1'. A. v is the subject under dis-
wfts ft diapodtion on
a ' trge element of the del-
licule the organization,
it :i more serious vein was also in-
I in. At tin* eonelnalon of the
. l,es it was decided to organize
to ist itute Colnml ian
!_• - n every ■••>untv in the I nited
Cliiur*e IC«'irl*t r> tinn.
W\ I ;- i■ in. M:iv 11. —Commissioner !
Miller of the internal revenue bureau
- i - , mad.- pub 11 • the results of the 1
• tr.'ti.mi of Chinese under the ex-j
, i- ..ii act. the t« tm of which expired
The total number reg- !
joe. rosenthal. i.kk wihhy
ROSENTHAL AL WISBY.
Practice In all1 onrta "f the TerHtory
Land i Hi<-
C.A.MORRIS J W JOHNSON
formerly Ke^.-.ter t" s. Ol. a «>rn.t I'liy
I .a ii<l Office, 1 .arnett. Ks.
JJHKRIS § ]0H\S0>.
Will practice in ail ili * ••i.wrlH . f On* Terrii« r>
and the federal fiiurt-in the I 8 I.an 1
offices of the ler.-itor . ;iml tlie Interior Im-
part uie nt
Ottl< f In Morrt* Hlofk so.Ul.we^t 71 It St.
near I.mihI urti. e.
«>klahouia. < i
T. M Ric
I). L. I'AI.MKU. (>.(! I'AI.MKR
PALMER & SON,
Attorneys at • Law.
Practice before all Territorial and U
S. courts, land offices and the De-
partment at Washington.
Cor. 5th and I) Street. I'errv.
IARNEI A COOK,
Do General Practice before U. S. Laid
Office and all the Courta.
Office in Decker B'd'g Perry. Ok
llolleil to Death In a Hath.
Paris. May 11.—A Swiss lunatic
named Tabottier was left for half an
hour in a hot bath at the Bicetre hos-
pital and was boiled to death. The
officials ->f the hospital say that it was
an <tcc.dcnt. The man wat> subject to
violent tits and it had been the custom
t f.iaten him in a warm bath in order
to calm him. The hot water was turned
on bv mistake.
i.i. , i i atchiso
, ''"P„ | bank
■> of 1"., 1H •
One \ Il
Wash i mi ro>
tariff bill, ac-
Mills bill rate. It i
strict party vote.
The BepabHcan aii
here to-day and iatc
i elded to l: I the «
May 11 —In the sonat *
mi the first item in the
rtic acid, was reaclie I and
nm d on an amendment
Allison t > substitute the
adopted by a
Mo. May IL —
i.M afternoon de-
ivention for the
let at Kxcel*
ar ( hacked at AtrhUnu.
Kan . Mav 11.—The river
Kast Atchison is now su ffi-
eiently protected to place the town and
railroa Is out of danger. The encroach-
meats of the river were stopped by a
new method of riprapping invented by
David Neal, a fanner living near
A Vietiiii "f Overt raliiln s
I)i-:.\ vi:ii. t'ol.,Mav 11 —Walter Dohm,
the ex-Princeton university athlete and
one of the fastest sprinters ami hurdle
racers in the country, died in this city
last night of pulmonary trouble,
bioughton by overtraining. For two
years past he has been engaged in news-
f INK PA ITERNS A I ^ AV-
Seventh Street Opposite I .
LONC it PAYNE,
Physician & Surgeons
aofi 7th St. Perry OU
Physician & Surgeon
Office on CSt.. between ••th and 7th.
Residence E and 11th. — Office hour-
'J to 11 a. in. and to t p. m.
PKRRY, - • • OKLAHOMA.
Physician & Surgeon
Office—Over Pioneer Drug Store. I
PKRRY, • • - oklahoma!
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