The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 246, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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Toe Perry Daily Times.
PERRY OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY, 6, 1894
TU V I A \A/'Q PHT7ri^ P an^ a man Finally, tom* one
1 1 1 iL L/i YV O UllILL<r\ fold how they used to elect delegates
a republican convention. The plan
The Pu'lman Strike Violating the Laws
of the United States.
< AUl nllNlA.il iMih'SCHARUE
Tli*- t iillril SImIcn (iritutl .1 ur> Iimtrut It «l
tu In* <- tIgule the Strike mi l.ut .lit
t' l«, un the SauU l>, aii J lu
Flml I'mrlIfh HI10 Art)
(•uiltjr of l *"tlroy-
Los An<iKI.es, C'al., July ♦'« —A lar^
leet.n^ of strikers ami sy inpatlii/fr.s
lield last night at Pla/aua's Payil-
uml a Doctor Kawliiih denounced
overninent aud advised strikers
to resort to violence to carry their
point I nited States court being in
session, this morning Judge Koss gave
to the United States grand jury the
following special charge:
"(•entletnen of the Oram! Jury: 1
specially call your attention this morn-
«ng t the report of certain acts and
declarations of a Doctor Raw.ins at a
public meeting reported to have been
held at Plu/ana's l'avillion. in this
city, last night, and in connection
therewith 1 instruct you that it it* de-
clared by the statutes of the United
States that every person who either
sets mi foot, assists or en^a/es in any
rebellion or insurrection urainst the
authority of the United Slates, or the
laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort
thereto, shall he punished by impris-
onment not more ti an ten years, or by
a line of not un re than ten thousand
dollars, or by boi It such pi nishments,
ami will be nioreoi er iucapub e of hold-
iog any office under the (Jn*ted States.
Ami further, that if two r nore per-
sons in any state or territ r cons pile
t > overthrow, put down or destroy Iy
for. e the government of the I nit d
States, or to levy war against it. to o|.-
pOM by force the authority thereof. • r
^ by force to prevent hinder or delay
the execution of the laws of the
I nited States, or by force to seize,
take or possess any property of the
I nited Mates contrary to the author-
ity thereof, each of them shall be pun
i>hed by a tine of not let* than five
hun ired dollars nor more than five
tu.iusand dollars, < r by irnpr iMJiunent,
with or without hard labor, for a pe-
*<>«! of cot less than six months nor
ore than six years, or by both such
hue and imprisonment.
You will forthwith diligently
• piiiv whether at the time and pluc
mentioned, or any other time or place
within this district, any person cr per-
h ns have violated any of these pro-
vis'.ons of law. or any o*her pr tvisions
• f luw of the United Stat. and
the event that you find thai any such
• flense or offenses have !>• en com-
mitted, you should forthw th find and
return to the court an ineic raent or
indictments against the p**r-. n or per
sons so offending, to the end that he
■ r i hey may be dealt wiili as law and
And I charge you that in the event
you tind that any such otTeaac
• •ftrnses have been committed, th.
very man or men first to be proceeded
against shall be the prime mover and
• "iitroller in such uulawtul cta, and
the very man or men whos ould first b«
i i* res ted an«l imprisoned ate the ones
t« declare they will not b * arrested, if
any such there be. For, gentlemen of
the United States grand j'iry itiswel
to repeat and have it fuhv understood
m timet like the present, tha thki is a
government of law ami urdrr, and
that the makers of the law must an
surely will provide. You and I are its
ministers now. and not ont^i -gle duty
« i responsibility ought to be evaded
I he situation of atl^irs demand
prompt and urgent action on the pari
« f each and every officei of i>ie law
which it should be not only i he wish
hut the pleasure of every giant citizen
The questions with wliieh we have
to deal are wholly separate and apart
from any of the alleged grievance*
between the 1'ullmau aud railroad
companies and their employes; but
the overshadowing question here is,
w hether the laws of the t nited States
shall be permitted to be stamped
under foot with impunity and as t-
that there can be but one au* er, an«
that is in the negative."
was taken up aud the business soon
transacted. The convention elected
to establish a party organ in the
county. The editorial staff will ' e
composed of about a score of wnte-s
and lively times will be exje.ted.
There will bo three tickets in the Held,
with good winu'ng chances for the re-
publicans if they put out good men.
'I hat s what the people want more
t tan politics. Hulda.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Ui'TUKiK, Okla., July 6.—(Special)
The controversy between the I
marshal and the sheriff of Q county as
to who should have custody of the per-
sou of C. V liowmau, who is indicted
at Stillwater on the U. H. aid? of the
docket and at Pawnee on the Terri
tory side, w as being heard in the dis
trict court this afternoon. Much feel-
ing has been stirred up at Pawnee be
tween the authorities, the citizens
taking quite a hand in the matter
Violence was for a time threatened
last week, but was wisely avoided and
the matte • referred to Judge Dale.
The cu .tody of the pi isoner wis
awarded to the United States by the
The Coal Supply Is Giving Out at
A MEAT FAMINE LIKELY
IlolcU *t Cleveland llujlutf Chicken*
Meal Scarce at Philadelphia Batch-
er. Halting Price at Ho.tuu-
Other 1'oliiU A fleeted.
Tliej Hate an Kiperleiice Meet I. B it Ai up.
Arai-ahok, Ok., July |Specie
Correspondence | l.ast Mi turday wa
[l.in (lay in Arapalioe and about two
do/en members of that clamorous or
irani/ation assembled at the court
house aud tobl in mournful language
the distrebs of tbe country, the empti-
■eh about tbe regioD of their pocketf,
the bad monetary system, the pubi c
domain that had been n'^eu the rail-
roads. and the same old story that the
pops thrived and died on in Kansas
T ie two old parties wi re classed is
Oie, the • demo-rep" party, and nearly
every member present took occasion
ti tell how he used to belong to one or
the other until the party left him anil
it« Principles alone, like a ..ntinel
faithful to his post ti ou^h th« army
begone. The old Kansas .vpublicsi,
to il how he was reformed ami i he old
lexas democrat told h..w i.i reforma-
tion was brought about; then the
amalgamation looked so strange that
>ou cold see them wondering iM a per-
plexed state of mind wh-iher this
strange admixture could be so or not
and if new politics w«s a fai ure any-
how Two hou^s were «nent in elect-
;ng two delegates to the territorial
convention, each uieiuUr having a
Chicago, July 4.—The coal supply
here is very low and the oil used in the
cable line power houses is also very
low. It is expected that at any time
the cables will be stopped and horse
substituted. The supplies will not
last the week out. The prospect for
those living far out is not pleasant
1 lie ice supply ts very short, owing
to the tie up of northern roads. Barges
are being used, but not with perfect
\Norkon the new Calumet elevator
has b^eu suspended because of the in
ability to get material.
Office buildings are husbanding their
coal supplies. Vessels are also in ba>
The price of provisions is advancing
very rapidly and the hotels, restau-
rants ami private families are feeling
it very keenly. Fruits, ice and all
kinds of perishable provisions art
commanding very high prices, and in
deed are now regarded as a luxurv. A
number of breweries ceased operations
to-day. l or the first time in the his
tory of ( hicago not a single carload of
cattle arrived at the stock yards 1
rail to-day. while the shipment <
dres«. d meats is practically at an end
No switching is being done in th
lumber district to-day and a great
many of the planing mills have shut
down, as they cannot get cars to mov_
their lumber. This will throw out of
ni ploy men t over 15,000 men.
UOTBI.8 BUTIXQ CHICKENS.
LEVMI tKD, 0., July 4 . —Cleveland it
threatened with a meat famine. All
butchers obtain their supplies from
Chicago packers an I the Swift branch
house here. The former have been
lable to send out beef aud no cattle
procurable from the west. The price
of beef has been raised $5 per 10<>
pounds since Sunday. Hotels are buy-
ing but chickens and salt meats to hold
MFATS SCARCE AT PHILADELPHIA.
I'Hil \I;| I.I'HIA, July 4. —As a result
>f the railroad troubles in the west tin
supply of meats and cattle here is vers
•hort and prices have advanced 25 pe;
cent, already. The butchers are un
able to keep up with the demand.
bCTCHEHS BAftWfr PRICES,
Boston, .lulv 4.-A niSat famine is
threatened here us the result of th.
'litting-olf of supplies from the west
Llutchers are ruisiug the prices daily.
I lie quotations have already advanced
.•er :io per cent.
SI PI*!,IKS RUNNING LOW.
1* AhibAt'i.T, Minn., July 4.—Supplie-
are running very low here. There is
no sugar in town and other staples ure
hard to get. Teams have started over-
land to Minneapolis to bring back
I'OAI. AND COKK SHORT.
Jolikt, 111.. July 4.—The great steel
works here are liable to close iu a day
or two because the railroad strike is
fitting short the coal and coke supply.
Factories which use oil are also in bad
kltt'tt IIKI.nu sl'oilkd.
hAritAmknto, Cal., July 4. — Kour hun-
dred ears of fruit are on the track
here ready for shipment east and ure
being spoiled rapidly. Much fruit U
tfoiug to waste all over the state.
Victory for the Britannia.
Labod (fc'irth of Clyde), July 5 —Tha
Hritanuin. Valkyrie and Satanita start-
ed yesterday morning in the big regat-
tu. The course Is much the same as
that of the Royal Northern Yacht club.
The total distance is about So miles, at
a rough estimate. The Valkyrie, owing
to the fact that she carries 1,300 feet of
Increased sail, allows the Britannia u.k.
The Satanita allows both the Britannia
and the Valkyrie 2:36. The result of
the race was another victory for the
prince of Wales' cutter, the Britannia
thf finishing line 1:45 ahead ol
ESUUSli 1 VM MONISM.
The t^ueen of England hits
more influence on the legislation of party.
Great Britain than a cabinet minister
of this country has in making' the laws
of the United States. She is queen in
name only, as a matter of custom, in
recognition of the old idea of royal
blood. She has occupied the throne
with dignity aud shown herself to be
a remarkably able woman—the oniy
senseless thing about her being her
inborn creverence for royal blood
The people have sickened of
the throue aLd the hereditary house
of lords, from which the commonaliiy
can hope for no good to them. As an
indication of this is the speech of
liardie, who made the bravest revolt
against royal blood which lias been
made in half a centjiry, standing up
parliament and protesting against t,
uinitiation of th' people of Ureal
Britain getting in he dust before the
degenerated offsp ng of royalty. A
•ondon dispatch is this history of
There was au \ lprecedented in-i-
dent in the hous of commons this
evening when feir William Vernon
darcourt, supported by Mr. lialfour,
moved an address of congratulation to
the queen upon the birth of*an heir to
the Duke of York. The motion was
about to be put - when .James Iveir
liardie, probably the most protuim .*
of the labor members of parliament.
said: "I owe allegience to no heredi-
tary ruler. (Oh. ho.) The moti< c
proposes to raise the importance of .in
event of every day occurrence. I a:n
delighted to learn the child is fairly
healthy. (Oh. ho.) I shall be pleased
to join in the ordinary congratulations
1 f 1 mnnt tlm oUi 1.1 . I... i
J party could not. do in thirty j'ea
" completely annihilated the democi
Thk democratic tariff bill, which
passed the senate Tuesday, carried by
live majority, 34 to :i«. That five ma-
jority will prove the most disastrous
power that ever preyed on the indus-
tries of the people.
vi kdm r ron
f 1 meet the child's parents, but when
the house of commons, representing
the nation, is asked to join in congrat-
ulations, then, in the interest of the
dignity of the house, I protest. There
is one aspect of the question which
concerns the house of commons. i
abinet minister was required Uy law
to be present upon the interesting
occts'on I submit such a proceeding
is not calculated to enhance the dig-
nity of this house in the eyes of the
nati> n. (Cries of order; rot )
4You may say rot/' continued liar
die, "but if you mixed with those you
represent, you would tind the people
view this matter in a different mar
uer. It seems to me some pro-
test ought t > be made in this col
n c oa. It is a matter
small concern to me whether th
future ruler is a genuine articl
spurious one. The motion was mad.
oeeause the child was born in the roya
family, and thehonse has a right to
tsk what particular blessing the royal
family has conferred upon the nation.
That it partook in these proceedings
we are told the queen has ruled for
half a century. 1 beg to correct this
by saying that her Majesty has reign-
ed. not ruled. There is the Prince of
Wales; what special blessing has he
conferred upon the nation that we
■hould rejoice with him?
"I know nothing in the career of his
royal high net-s whi h commends itself
'specially to me. We are told a fierce
light beats on the throne, but som
times we catch glimpses of his royal
highness on the race courses. (Oh
ind cries of question.)
"Thischild will be surrounded by
flatteries and will be taught to believe
himself 'King of Creation.' In course
of time he will tour the world with
rumors of morganatic marriages in his
train. (Cries of dissent.) As the house
tias not found time to vote condolence
with the widows, orphans and others
who are suffering from the terrible
colliery calamity in Wales. I protest
against the present mummery."
The motion was then put, liardie
iloue protesting, and it was adopted
mud prolonged cheers. The budget
lise'ussion was then resumed.
I hey yelled "rot," because they were
afraid, at that time, to yell the up
proval they felt in their hearts; but
Hardie's speech is a forerunner of th
upheaval which will take place in
Oreat Britain when the queen goes to
her narrow sepulture and becomes the
size of her subjects, for death levels
*11 distinctions. The people will
never suffer the iusolence of Wales,
who will occupy the throne He is a
moral leper, common in brain, and
having only royal blood, and mighty
poor blood at that, on which to base
is assumptions. There will, when
V ales turn at the throne comes, be
another upheaval, another throne will
•rumble and the great equality of man
before God have another impetus in
the establishment of a new republic,
the basic rock of which is equality be
fore the law, the divine right of equal
opportunity, and the elevation of la-
bor, the ground rock of all peoples and
Gkovkr Cleveland has done in
eighteen months what the republican
pj #10,000 l>> the .lurv at
< lay Center.
('lav I'knrun, Kan., July —At a
late hour Monday night the jury in the
Limvood wreck case arrived at a ver-
dict. which was sealed and presented
to the court yesterday morning. A
judgment for SKUMK) in favor of the
plaintiff. Mrs. Lissa Mastin. was ren-
dered against the Koek Island aud
I nion Pacific jointly—the full amount
In the special findings asked for. the
jury decided that Ud Duplissis, th
gineer of the* Hock Island colliding
train, had seen the L'nion Pacific train
w hen it was 1,400 feet ahead of him;
that he might have seen it for a dis-
tance of l1, miles; that he could hav
brought his train to a full stop in from
to 1.100 feet, and that he was guilty
of gross negligence, which resulted in
In finding a verdict against the L'nion
Pacific the jury w as guided by the in
structions of the court to the effect
that while the accident was the result
of the negligence of the Hock Island
employes, the Union Pacific was re
sponsible for it, because both trains
were running over the Union Pacific
LIT IIALTOVS PAL ^KILLED.
A Brother of Bill'* with a Comrade Visited
1.1 Ki-iio and the Companion Wan Shot liv
El Kkxo, 01c., July 5.—Lit Dalton
the surviving brother of the late noto-
rious Hill Dalton, was here yesterday
in company with a Mexican, who wa.
heavily armed. The two rode into tlu
city, tied their horses and entered
saloon. Dalton. being known her
tin- two armed men attracted the at
tention of the officers, who kept close
watch over them. The two men sepa
rated, however, and the Mexican caine
from the saloon and mounted his
An officer commanded him to turn
over his six-shooter, which he resented
by shooting ut the officer, .'11111 attempt]
eel to dash away. A running fight
sued, in which eight shots were
changed on the principal street of the
city, which was crowded with people
The Mexican was shot five times and
his horse killed. lie. was a frontier
outlaw and a desperate character
Dalton took no part in the affray, as he
is a peaceable citizen.
Hr. i oxej 11. ard 1 rom.
Minneapolis, Minn.. July 5.—(ien.
Coxey arrived here yesterday to fulfill
an engagement to speak at a local la
bor picnic to-day. He declared that he
was not responsible for the depreda
tions of some of his followers in var
ous parts of the country, but that the
movement had accomplished great
good in calling attention to the cond
tion of the industrial classes. It would
not. he said, prevent apparently what
it had been designed to prevent—revo
lution. He declared that he was cer
tain of election to congress.
Two Men Killed.
Seneca, Kan., July 5.—A fatal acci
dent occurred at Ax tell. Kan.. !•.
miles west of here, about S o'clock yes-
terday evening. Two men, McBride
il Sentt. were crossing the St. Joseph
Grand Island railroad when tlu
were struck by a stock train going 1.,
full speed, killing McBride and fatally
I'leanuntou llaa a Blaze.
Plkab^nton, Kan., July 5.-Yester-
day morning at 12:30 fire broke out in
11. t leming's confectionery, destroying
this and an adjoining building before
the flumes could be Controlled. Dam-
age to building ana stock about 82,000
V.N. CUECORV, Pres. F. W. FARRAR, Caehier.
V. c T ALBERT, All't. Caah.
•I v- N. OREOORY, P. W. FARRAR, V. C. TALliERT.
OEO. H. HARTLEY, J. T. LAFFERTY
1 his Bank lias the latest improved safe with automatic bolt
work. Also a fire proof vault.
Smith Brick Manufacturing Company
N0KTH l'BRRY, EA8T Of RAILROAD.
Perry Made Rn>ly—
Cheap as the Cheapest,
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
This Space Reserved
Papst - Brewing - Co.,
HEN \ Y FREEDLANDER, Agent,
PERRY. - - -O. T;
The Royal Palace.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars of the best
Imported and Domestic brands will be
FOUND AT THIS
The best equipped in Oklahoma—over the Har or for Family Use, in Paoka<r «
of Anj* Size. The Liquors sold at
rRE ROYAL PALACE
DTTV * vn inn ... . .
t'OR PURITY ANL) AOE are uot EXCELLED,
Convenient Side Rooms and Courteous )
IN THE COUNTRY
( Sixth Street West □
f Side Square.
Ge°. H whitbey, Groceries.
CORNER OF B and 7 ST.
all each day for your order and deliver goods to any part of i'errv
Ue guarantee the lowest prices and the best satisfaction
mi 1 aluii ctc no We carry a11 seasonable eatables.
CALL AND SEE US. Corner B and Seventh St,
WILL A. LINDSAY,
Civil ^Engineer and Surveyor
r"e surveying of iots and homesteads a specialty, plans and estimates esti
mates lurn.shedI on all branches of engineering Reaso"abte charges
Pontofflce building, Room li. All work guaranted.
D. L. PALMER. 0. U. PALMEE
PALMER & SON,
Attorneys - at - Law.
Practice before all Territorial and U
o. courts, land offices and the De-
partment at Washington.
Cor. 5th and D Street. Perry, 0k.
J )K. KOHE.ntuai..
ROSENTHAL A WISBY.
Practice in all Courts ol the Territory
and U. S. Land Office.
D. C. RICHARDSON, T. M. E10BAKDSON, Ja
T. M. RICHARDSON & SONS,
Perry Ohorolce© Strip oitla
All Buiinen guaranteed by oar
•HNPIYIDHflL *. HEjSPejSjSIBIWW 4 9*6,000*
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