The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 255, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 17, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DEATH BLOW.
Tht Action of the A. F. of L. Probably
Ends tht Puliman Boycott.
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NEW BlILDISG FOP LISPA9Y OF C0NGPE5S, NOW BEING CON.
STPL'CTED AT WASH S jTON, D. C
THE COMMISSION'. ZZZT'
attain « f the Obler Orders.
it f«„ n ■ I- ... . I i. -r T*««B Haite. Ind., July is -lirsnd
It Can On), ln ...,g l« L.bor Trou- M«,ter „rlfent of lh, , broth.
erhood. said to-day
that the old broth-
erh<**is would com
out of the I'ullman
than before it waa
ordered, for it had
b'es and Recommend Leg&fation.
*• Held on July 20 for Oruia
i *t th« Pits res Nrntk>u(>d fcs-
|H>rr« for the Ve*r Ku<l«4
TROOPS READY TO LEAVE
to""'«n «M Snl«ht. of Labor Will B«
Called Oat Only Wh.r, The, t
B« of S*rrir« to the
a. R. C.
Chicago. July 14.—Last night an in-
formal conference of the general man-
ager of the railroad* centering here
a as held and it was
decided to send
back to Mayor Hop-
kins without com-
ment the proposi-
tion of President
Debs. of the Ameri-
can Railway union.
This waa ratified at
the formal meeting
of the manager** to
day. Then the or-
gan i z a t i o n ad-
■ j K h«m ( Irr I.I vat Stock.
4 r. -r _ _ , lf**«AS ( ITT Ju.y 14 -4 Sttle R*
* re* ■ rains Running in California u*j cslve i..j -a;Bpod yssterd^
with Troops on Board.
REGULARS SHOOT STRIKERS.
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r^, . W.«„1T lUport-Tk.
i-.r l;.u I hat Ik. itrlk. H+t Cao J
N" Y'J«- J<uy 1A—Brmdatre«f«
state of trade say*:
I>-r.n« *-e*ter portion of t&«
er . ic.esa.e ui.r.ess at Chlc o. and a:
cent*n r.-i- -lu urnvxj tributary ha, bwa
p-v- -ally psnlTmt ST -.he r*U* T strike
I~ir*er eastern c:f«s felt the teecv, * lie
ue-ip in re.-nctol rstelpt. of l! e jtock
BK«t and prod ace whi.e western manufact-
urers and merchants iiSered less throat In-
aai.itr to .ecure upp,ie« and r*v materia a
t' jm th« east The railroad atr.ka and D07-
cott :n part repeated the elect, ,( -a* recent
■ ".a: strike b7 «bi.ittn« up a ;ar e number
of important indsetrie* in the ceotra« west
tarou*h want of feel
But perhepe no more favoreoie ume from the
point of view of the merchant and manufact-
urer than 'he midsummer of :*4 after the
^an. teason of lis# could have been chosen to
precipitate *c widespread a railroad Ue-up—
when bualaeea * . already so ecnerally sQ<j
TrS'l'l'r"""'but'1 th«I^e^ O (0,Iteliiri2 nuth.'n* llke resumption The
men bec.aae of atrtkea on Friday thU week
The maric*-r f r li^h? waa ateady. «
ur.-i.at.- r..w« ' a.and feeders ;ncha«fei
• ' Terai -♦eers -trong t.
*' * teed 7 The foilowt^
Gen VrCooh Order* Three CumpanlM of
La fan try to ArUooa on Account of
the Gravity of the Situation —
Sax FsAjrexaoo. July 15.—At 9o'clock
this morning1 the strike situation in
northern California waa practically
unchanged from last ni^ht Under
very strong military guard* a few
trains were running, but there was
dat'sld LEEF and EXPORT -t tm«
I «L $*
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Iron -steel lumber ^hoe wool and cotton
ifa^turine lndu trlaa at large eastern and
weatern centers have practically no ihlpmente
aud commercUl traveler* throughout the i
Wa*hi^oto*. July 1 *.—Some misun-
deratandiag hai ariaen concerning the
commission which Pr i i. nt < . vdan.l
will appoint under thK authority /iven
by the arbitration act of l-n. The
evmmiasion a« was stated at the White .
hou.^ Uat oifht, will have r>.,authority ' dur,n* f ullma" l".vcott
1 there any danger 1
Joa.t y mope ma
, . . . lj o'clock, thus declaring that s<i far
demr>natrated the as they were concerned the strike waa
conservative char- at an end.
a. . r of those or- The action of the council of the Fed-
• lerv I he laws of eration of UW supplemented by that
his..rder were made of the Building Trades assembly last
> . a- to prevent a night is accepted universally as the
strike as far as ^s- death blow of the tillman boycott
pirit should actuate The railroads are taking back their
rganizations. At no old enpl who hftvi btra qaitt doF-
Southern Pacific company decided that i
fur the present it would be wiser not ^
to attempt to mn trains at night over M
any sections of the road and a daylight j 1"
schedule has been temporarily ar- '
ranged. The westbound military train
was laid up at Wadaworth last night
an«l incidentally cleared up the dam-
age done there by strikers, who re- j lower
moved the valve rode from a number of '■> U 7.
1 «flS f
ERi AMi rEEDERS.
•a to i i idu n$.j
and ikuiav hteers
F. t. IAECLN
sible and sncli
ing the trouble, but they are not dis-
of U sympathetic ,-harifin^ any of the men tvho were
f tin: brotherhood employed t.i take the places .if the
strikers and such as are re-employed
t «as by persons not familiar are taken back as individuals li ne-
Uflalatlon. etc Tfte commission i!wlt:' l,h" brotl.t rho«.l laws, lie was sessarlly follows that a number of the
pu*lf adsi«r>ry and has no *x*cuUt -''r ' • brotherhootl tiremen strikers find themselves unable to
oc mandatory power, but can only com-' W "u their own accord n-curc reinstatement, and these are
pel the attendance of witnevs.-s. Th„ I fnrt had lost their jobs, but they knew insisting upon a continuance of the
•MMiiiaaion will not moreover inves- Jf10 consequences when they struck, as ,tru(fifle.
tigate the diff -rcn• s between Pullman 1 ' "rem' n " organization had no | The federal troops are trettin^ ready
•nd hi. employes, ccept In so far u, Wh*Uter with ot the rail- | to leave. The men in the camp on the
to arbitrate between th.- f>artie> to the I .
recent disturbance at Chicago am! else- ! J"'*'' "n P'ir
wher. Itcan mertfly investigate labor ,T'l"K Hremen. and all talk to
troubles and report recommending '
tra. A-ettern state* generally nave breu com-
pared to leave the road.
The world ■ .tock of wheat hai declined
J irmg the past fourteen w^eka aoout 4.000 -
journed tine die at >%J bus^els more than In the tame portion of
laat year which Is ^Ignittcant in view of the
insistence ;n the trade that invisible domestic engines yesterday
■upplie* are most exhausted *♦ c . , , . .
Aside from Influences aifMdj raferred to the ' before U .
feature of the week at Boston as at other east- cl°ck yesterday Division Miperin- -
ern center, tuis i^-en higher price* for grain tendent Wright ordered an engine and ^
ported°V^S'0aJ4 allhwU4fh more eA,*« u aow 'e- two flat cars to clear the track along 1
MU* repovsa increased 11,. «och ,hip- ' rrWjt.y***1- l'«rintf that an attempt j g
rr.ents from Indiana which would have gone to wouia be made to shoot the engineer
< hicag t and Baltimore a smaller trade from an^ fireman, a company of regulars un-
thl Z*u?HRVtVr order* l^n e*P«et«d trom dcr th« Command of Capt. Roberts was 1 JJj
u^U£, f^^tSelp^rr^n^; f'riler'"1 t0 -•>the train. As'
no noteworthy movement at Pittsburgh.
All western centers report railway trans-
portation restored but It will be some time be-
foi : iioythinir like complete restoration of cou-
dltlons before the strike can be attained.
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^ - .'i.pp**d yest«-rdsy,
The mark t a .is 15 i-.-nts . wer closing J*c*.-iis
tup vns ti und bulk >t •%.««
against ? " f^r top and to sA
t; r bulk of sales yestentay. ThefoUcw,
nti are representativenale^
tM K M
JO. f4 ■
215 4 75
201 4 75
245 4 71.
XI 4 72' i
'.IK 4 7<l
Stt 4 70
230 4 To
2 4 75
210 4 16
-*"I 1 75 72 ai
2i« 4 70
1*7 4 70
210 4 47H
IW 4 lb
-*>% 4 TO
1W3 4 70
.'75 4 TO
-4d 4 674
21« 4 47 a
thia difference will be involved in the
inveatlgati .fi of Um Ml fl ..-h lr<l
to the disturbance of inter-state com-
The Pullman shops are under purely
local authority and no law. It is stated,
could empower the United States to
aend even an Investigating committee
there f>rr the purpose merely of exam-
ining into the relations between Pull-
man and his employes. The United
State«* (fan only investigate under the
eaiatlng law where disturbances have
arisen which have affected national
rights, such as the safety and regular-
ity of the mails and Inter-state com-
civii. SERVICE KXAMI NATIONS,
Wasuiioto*. July is, —The civil shals \vh-
Service commission has completed ar- !>>ngvicv
^argent said that he ;is a personal
frien«l of Debs and admitted his hon-
esty of purpose and his intellectual
ability, but declared that be made a
mistake in ordering on this sympa-
thetic strike o/ the American Railway
union. What effect it would have on
Debs' own organization he could not
say. One effect it might have for
awhile would be to make it harder for
lake fr<>nt have been bus}' packing and
orders for their departure are expected
at any moment. It is believed that
their destination is California. The
state troops are also on the move, but
enough will be held in Chicago to pre-
vent any possibility of a renewed out-
It may truthfully In? said that with
very few exceptions every man in Chi-
.... cago, whether employed bv railroads
ill railway organizations to get con- | or belonging to the Kuildingand Trades
, council, is seeking work on practically
i any terms offered.
President I)ebs, of the American
i Railway union, declared this morning
1 that the Chicago, Milwaukee Ai St.
Paul road was again tied upas the men
had agreed last night to go out. and
WILL NOT STRIKE.
The A. F. of L. In Sympathy with th« A. K.
I. but Decide Against a General Strlk'.
< HlCAOo. July 15.—The conference of
the American Federation of Labor ad-
journed at 7:.'to last evening, after hav- l,y cooler heads not to attack soldiers
the train reached I street a number of
strikers concealed on the roof of a bitr
building in the vicinity of the citv jail
opened fire. The regulars returned
the tire and two strikers were killed 1
and six others wounded. None of the
soldiers were injured.
The firing attracted hundreds of ! i«jo iamb-
angry strikers to the seene and it was J Horses R c.-ipt -vj shipped yesterday _
with difficulty that they were persuaded j I here was nothing doing in the b"rs - market
l*) .1*2 4 47', 7?
77 ..!«#? 4Ai 3|
42 .21* 4« «
13 13* 4.25 S
3 .213 3. SO 1
sh.-«-p -K. .elpts. >- shipped yesterday MM.
• ' TI|k
- • ill With a lover ten-
dene j The foil . a ing are r -presentatire sales;
65 |3.5i) "7 H w nit W3 ttO '
ess ions from the companies.
isank kohiikks l)om. for.
Three of the I.ongi lew. Te*., I)e<«pera<loe*
Killed by Tedernl Officers.
Dai.i.as. Tex.. July i V Advices from
| the prjsse of deputy United States mar-
have h>een in pursuit of the
bank robbers in the Trinity
rangements for examinations of candi- J river country near Clarksville, state
dates for positions In the Indian ser- | that the posse <-ame upon four of the
vice^ The ortbo-s ar.-. ttuperiatondoDto bftnd to-day and in the fl^ht following
at from 81,20) t<j 92,000 jx-r annum; • an attempt to arre t them three rob-
principal teachers. $720 to 8'#M) per an i bers were killed and the fourth cap-
Lum: advanr,-! primary teachers $500 tured The bodies of the dead will be
to 1000 per annum; matrons, $500 to | taken to Paris. 1
17^0 per annum; a few paying less than
•500 The time for each of the exam-
inations, with tin* exception of the
matrons, is limited to two days, five or
si* hours each the examination for
matrons being limited to seven hours.
Kxarninatlons will lw held as folio ws
on July 20, continuing the next day
for those requiring two days;
Birmingham and Mobile. Ala ; Little
Hock, Ark.; Los Angeles and San 1'rau
siseo, C'al.; Denver and Trinidad, Col.;
Boise. Ida.; Chicago; Indianapolis,Ind
De* Moines, la ; Wichita, Ka
lag Oreen, Ky.; New Orleans
Mich.; St. Paul and Duluth, Minis.; St.
Louis and Kansas City, Mo.; Helena,
Mont ; Omaha, Neb.; Albu(|iier<jue, N.
M.; largo. N. I).; Cincinnati. Cleve
land and ( oliunbits. O,; Portland, Ore.;
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pa-
Charleston, sS. C.; Yankton, S. I).; Mem-
phis, Tenn.; Dallas and Safi Antonio,
Tex.; Salt Lake. Utah; Seattle and
Spokane. Wash.; Steven's Point. Wis .
and Cheyenne, W vo.
TIIK V K A It's KXI'Olt rs.
Washington, July I . The treasury
statistician has compiled the exports
for the year ended June :i0. His figures
are interesting. They show that this
country sent abroad in twelve months
$101,777,730 in hreadstuff.s, against.«I
011,015 during the preceding year. The
•sports of provisions, including cattle
anfl hogs, increased enough to make up
about half of the deficit on breadstuffs.
The total exports of provisions were
$174,181,014 fur the year ended June 30.
and $101.7^5.0*4 for the preceding year.
A Veteran I'ubllsher Tasses Anay.
Oh a no k, N. J., July 15. (ieorge Rox
Graham, the veteran publisher and
Journalist, died yesterday of heart dis-
ease at the Orange Memorial hospital.
He was identified with Charles J. Peter-
son in the management of the Gentle-
man's Magazine in 1H10, and later es-
tablished Graham's Magazine. In 180-1
be bought the North American in Phil-
adelphia. but financial reverses caused
him to lose control of all his publica-
tions. Through the liberality of
George W. Chllds he was maintained
in Orange Memorial hospital from 1887
The Wabash Trouble All Over.
St. Lot,'is, July 15. -General Man-
ager Hayes, of the Wabash Railroad
Co., baa ordered the 3,000 trackmen of
tht system to return to work, and has
notified shopmen to resume their places
Monday. All other employes have been
ordered back to work, except engi-
neers, firemen and other men who
broke contracts by striking.
Mul«y Mohammed I'ut In I'rieon.
Home, July 15.—A telegram received
here from Tangier reports that Muley
Mohammed, the sultan's elder brother,
has been imprisoned by the governor
of that city for intriguing to induce the
powerful ftahamma tribe to proclaim
the posse. Tin
[ was en route t<
this afternoon by
band, it was reported,
Detroit, T«*x.. to rob a
til Oftlelitl fll >t I tit (I Ho*.
Cinc innati. July 15. Judge Taft
has removed K. M. Porch as United
States commissioner at Mount Sterling,
Ky., for contempt of court. When the
marshal swore out the warrants for the
arrest of strikers at Mount Sterling
before Porch, the latter is accused not
only of tipping the accused so that they
Howl- | (!0"M tf«'t away, but also of advising
Detroit ' to demand trials before him
* ' (Porch) and it would be all right. The
judge also ordered the immediate ar-
rest of Porch and set his hearing for
Monday next at Covington, Ky.
The Thistle Must (io,
Washinoton, July 1". Senator Hans-
brough. of North Dakota, has been au-
thorized by the committee on agricul-
ture* to report as an amendment to the
agricultural appropriation bill an ap-
propriation of $;,0uo.00 ) for the exter-
mination of the Russian thistle, the
amount to be disbursed to governors of
the various states under direction of
the secretary of agriculture.
Italian Store Looters ('«(thired.
Hpriwo Valuev. 111., July i: . -Last
night the sheriff and a strong posse
and a guard ot militia raided an Italian
boarding house here and arrested nine-
teen Italians in whose rooms were
found goods of the looted Ladd and
Spring Valley stores. Alderman
Schneider was also arrested for incit-
ing a riot. All is quiet in this section
Two llrother* llauged for Murder.
Rai.rioil N. C .July 15.—Two broth-
ers. Tom and Calvin Coley, white men.
aged 27 and 22, were handed yesterday
at Louisburg. in private. In June,
1802. they killed Charles Tucker, a
Jewish peddler, carried his body into a
thicket and covered it with brush. A
year afterwards the crime was discov-
Drowned In the Missouri.
Kansas Citv, Mo.. July 15. -Charles
Harbour, f> years of age. the only child
of Charles Harbour, proprietor of a
barber shop at 2H11, Walnut street,
who lives at 211 Missouri avenue, was
accidentally drowned at the foot of
Main street last evening. The body
was not recovered.
fourth Class Western Post masters.
Washi no i on. Jaly 14, The foil ow-
ing fourth class post office appoint-
ments were made to-day:
10 Kansas • At llwmewood.lt. (lay; at Nor-
wood. (Jus Tepfer, at Rlchter. II Leffarson.
All are in Franklin county.
In the Indian territory- At Cheek, Chicka-
saw aatloa. J Vocum
Anarchists Itlamed for a Itlg Fire.
Paris, July 15.—Minister of Marine
Faure has gone to Toulon to direct the
inquiry into the cause of a fire involv-
ing a loss of several million francs at
the arsenal there Monday night. The
authorities of Toulon are convinced
that this conflagration was part of a
huge anarchistic plot.
-\ Reporter Causes a Wreck.
Ciih aoo. July 15. The wreck on the
Northern Pacific yesterday was caused
by the careless misplacing of a switch
by J. 1. Hollister, a reporter for a Chi-
cago morning paper, who was acting
as switchman in order to be "on the
inside" in getting news among railroad
employes. The result of the derail-
ment was the telescoping of two loco-
motives and smashing up a number of
had done so. The general manager of
the < hicago, Milwaukee at st. Paul be-
ing shown this statement said; It is
1 utterly false. A man quit work to-day.
but any number of our old men were
j taken back and we have as many men
as we can use and are taking on others
hourly as the work increases. Kvery-
tliing is in better shape to-day than at
any time in ten days."
Later Debs said: "We propose to
prosecute this fight with greater vigor
than ever. 1 he general managers have
undertaken to crash the American
Railway union, and the American Rail-
way union will fight back."
\ ice-President Howard of the union
said this morning; "I am more encour-
aged than ever to continue the strike.
1 his encouragement is based largely
on many telegrams received last night
and to-day from different quarters
throughout the country."
Despite these boasts. Debs in a talk
j last night to 500 of the strikers said:
"I he only thing that now remains
for us to accomplish is to get you boys
back at your work."
Debs and the American Railway
union directors and General Master
Workman Sovereign of the Knights of
Labor, held a conference this morning.
.Just before 1 o'clock this afternoon
Sovereign said that the service of the
Knights of Labor had been offered un-
reservedly to the American Railway
union. "I have been in communica-
tion with our Philadelphia office," he
declared, "and our executive board has
sanctioned such action. The Knights
of Labor will be called out in every
place that they can be « f service to the
American Railway union, buta general
strike of all knights will not be or
Sovereign also said: "The Knights
of Labor organizations throughout the
country were to meet to-night to con-
sider the question of standing by the
American Railway union in the pres-
ent strike. I have been expecting thut
they will all vote at these meetings to
stand b. the union, but 1 may tele-
graph them to-day requesting them
not to consider the matter. It is a
question whether they cannot help the
American Railway union more by re-
maining at work, and this question
will be considered at a meeting of the
directors of the American Railway
union to lie held to-day."
President <iompers. when asked about
the refusal of the railway managers to
entertain Debs' apposition, said: "I
regret it very mffch. It was bad for
the railways, bad for the men and bad
for public interest. It will have, how-
ever. no effect on the action taken by
the federation in declining to orde
inu' decided against a general strike
The petition of President Debs, of the
American Railway union, was indorsed,
however, and 81,000 voted for a defense
fund for the coming trial of Debs. The
executive council of seven will hold a
final session to-day. A long address
was issued to the public, giving the
reasons why a general walk out should
not be ordered. *
ItFFlSFI) TO AID DEttH.
Hnilding Trades Council of Clilrago !>e-
« lines to Aid the A. R. I .
Chicago, July 15.—The Building
Trades council of Chicago, which had
deferred action until the regular meet-
ing last night, instead of voting with
practical unanimity to assist the A. R.
1 was actually unanimous in refusing
such assistance, this radical change be-
ing <lue solely, as all its rneml>ers
averred, to the slight put upon the com- I
in it tee of seven by Debs and Sovereign '
in attempting to settle the difficulty
AtCiaelnnatl Boston. 19: Cincinnati 7
At St. Louis -St. Louis. || Baltimore. 10.
At Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 10 New York, 4.
At Cleveland < Teveland. Ifl. Philadelphia
At Indianapolis Indianapolis. 14. Kansas
At Toledo Toledo. 12: Milwaukee 5.
At Grand Rapids-Grand Rapids 13; Sioux
At Detroit Detroit, 4: BOaaeapelia 1
United States Marshal Baldwin fran-1 Chicago July n Hoys Wsmlpu. 'fffa
tieally raised his hand and ordered the «®cisly« - Upmeats yalailw'
crowds to disperse He called upon - r rthew.-k 27iio shipmeeig
them in the name of the United States [Z ■ ' "'r ' hf «««-
to return to their homes an.l prevent IS >poad ££ aatf ' ^^^.1'.'
further bloodshed. .. .,- stng
STRIKE TROUBLES IN ARIZONA. . dat -l; at .. jr I.3hm«)o left over ahout 7.0UJ.
Wasiiixotox, July U.-The officials ; .r.,i ssjsa.
• t army headquarters receive,1 tele- ' , . , .
grams to-day from Gen. McCook at H •• > .oo f -r mixed : ,r heavy
Dearer that the situation at Williams. Ipseklaf aad shipping lots pigs *4 lO^UE
Winslow and Peach Springs in Arizona I HtlJ'J.*?!'!'1 "V' yesterday u
Two of Four Assassins Hanged.
Mo.vtoomkrv, Ala., July 15.—Jim
Galloway and Joe Wood ley were
hanged yesterday in the yard of the
county jail for the assassination of
hdward Grant, in his store near here
last March. Four men were to have
been hanged f*r the murder, but Gov.
Jones respited Alexander and Wilson
Overpowered an Assassin.
Tkoitcioalca, July 15. A man
named Morales is under arrest on u
charge of attacking President Ronilla
with a dagger. The president dis-
armed him and turned him over to the
Under Sheriff White, of Silver Cliff,
«ol., was killed and his wife seriously
injured by lightnintr vesterdav.
An lm|H>rtant Insurance Derision.
Iopeka. Kan.. July 15.—The Kansas
supreme court has rendered a decision
that will be of interest both to in-
surance companies and policy holders.
It is in effect that when a person ob-
tains a judgment against an insurance
company in a lower court, and the
company takes an appeal, the person
holding the judgment can force pay-
ment by giving an indemnity bond.
Carver Wins the Second Mateh.
Kansas Citv, Mo.. July 1.5.—The sec-
ond of the Dr. W. F. Carver-J. A. R.
Elliott matches resulted in a victory
for the former by the score of Ot to 92.
The shoot was most interesting, and
was keenly enjoyed by the large crowd
present. Dr. Carver showe I better
form than on Thursday, and did vjrae
wonderfully pretty shooting.
Fears for the Well man Explorer*.
London, July 15. The yacht Saida,
which has been cruising off Norway,
found on Danes island, July 0, Geolo-
gist Oyen, of the VYalter Wellman polar
expedition. It tried to find some trace
of the expedition but was prevented by
ice. Capt. Johannesen, who returned
from the northwest, expressed the be-
lief that the Wellman steamer had
f iiM Aoo. July I V At a meeting of
the grand board of directors of the
Switchmen's Mutual Aid association,
of North America, a resolution was
passed indorsing Miles W. Barrett, tht
grand master, for his action in dis-
countenancing a strike of switchmen.
Cholera Appears In a New Place.
\ iknna. July 15.—There have been
forty-eight cases of cholera and fifteen
deaths in the < recow district and eight
cases and one death in Crecow itself
during the last two days. Creeow has
hitherto been exempt from cholera.
Consul-Oenerul Morss at Home.
Nh\v ^oltK.July 1-V Among the pas-
sengers fin board the French line steam-
er La Touraine. which reached port to-
day. was S. K. Morss. of Indianapolis,
consul-general of the Cnited States at
Paris, lie comes on vacation.
was so grave that he had ordered three
Infantry companies from Whipple liar-
racks. Ariz, to take station at those
points and move from point to point on
the Atlantic «fc Pacific railroad as it
might f>e deemed necessary. This is
the only movement of troops reported
sthikers wreck two engines.
St. Lotds, July 15.—Two men. sup-
posed to be strikers, boarded a Missouri
Pacific switch engine which had been
left standing alone with steam up. at
Eighteenth street, last night, opened
the throttle and started toward the
depot at full speed. Opposite Four-
teenth street the men jumped from the
engine which continued on alone. At
the depot the runaway collided with a
standing switch engine and both were
demolished and derailed. Nobody was I
Forest Fires in Pennsylvania.
Bradford, Pa., July 11 -Destractiv
forest fires are raging between Brad- \
ford and Kinzua, in the hemlock dis-
trict. At Peck's Switch, near Marsh-j dark
burg. 350.000 feet of timber have been h,ar(1 f •
destroyed. Kastof Morrison's 2.000.000 "N,^t * '
feet of hemlock logs, owned by the 45 t-ar's
United Lumber A Coal Co., of Oil Quotatl
City, and the Warren Packard Co.. of Kan
Warren, have Wen destroyed. Fifty Jj^rd ,7®4
men are now battling with the flames '
to save 1.000 cords of bark piled in that
vicinity. Families at the lumber camps
thereabouts have moved to places of
45 shipments }>>•• May. 1924 ma.-fcet dajl
nd prices i0e lower
Skeep Raeetpu. 3.000 official yesterdse,
< hlrago I.rain and Provisions,
(Opened High st
' i 2 45
8 50 |
'.%•* i Ity Grain.
• • ■ II There were most
f wh- ;it in the market to-day ihm
' ■■■ any day for weeks past Prices
11 • vor At that decline ths de-
mand wa- .*• •< k1 but trude was slow because
• .red ,\! lean it ink
Me as a rule.
* «receipts are expected to be lea^
ar luts bv ample ( u track ss
follows Ns. I
• 4 hard.
N I red 4:* ',iW H -.i > ted. S>a
3 red. 4rtc■ !•'
Children Run Down by a Train.
Bohi kntown. N. J.. July 15.—Two
children of Charles Carlson, one 0 years
old and deaf and dumb and the other 4
years old. were killed by a passenger
train here to-day i'hey were playing
on the railroad track.
Comment is being caused by the se-
crecy maintained relative to the absent
ord of members ot the house, who
under the law should be docked for
their neglect of public business, hut
many of whom put in bills for full uav
The prohibitionists of New Hamp-
shire have nominated D. C. Knowles
for governor, and Dr. E. L. Carr, of
Pittsttcld, and David Herald, of Mil-
ford. for congressmen.
Shot Dead by *n Old Man.
Columbia. Mo.. July 15.—Six miles
east of Columbia last evening Tom
Oillaspy. aged io. shot and instantly
killed Bernard McNutt, aged 23, with
whom he had been on bad terms for j
months. McNutt's body was not found
until after Gillaspy had ridden to
Columbia and surrendered.
Trance's Tete Day Very Ouiet.
I arls, July l. . The t rench national
fete, the anniversary of the fall of the
bastile and the commencement of the
French revolution, was celebrated to-
day throughout France. The day
passed very quietly. No disturbances
A Moheriy' Striker Shot Dead.
Mobkki.t. Mo.. July is.. Alexander
Mcl aml.ri.l.'e an.l Uohert Klmmell.
striking lirakeinen. yesterday attacked
Charles Clark, who had refused to quit
work, and were lieatin^ him liudlv
when he shot McCambrld^e dead ( larit
was taken to Mexico under heavy guard
and placed in jail there for safekeeping
Ne Berlin, 111.. Baraad Oat.
Sl'lil.vtiFIKI.n, 111., duly is. -The vil-
lage of New lierlin suffered severely
by lire yesterday morning. Thirteen
business houses, including the bank,
two unoccupic.l stores and three resi-
dences were destroyed.
Burlington. la.. July 15.—Arthur
and Herbert Itudd, the 11 and 1-1 year
old sons of J ,1. lludd, of this city,
while swimming in the river with
tiieir father last
< "rn « ,,s in fair demand at yesterday s prices
The market was without new foatuies
Re« e:pu Of I ru to-day. 52 car- a year a
40 cars r
N"1 • III! Ti- ! 1 ar accord!* te
• ■ • I whlta
ted a mlaaOy at
No. 2 mixed 43c, Mcra-
'a- r<- hard to sell at any price and fuiiy
M «• ! .. i's w. r>- ..ftered to Arrive *a
ipts of oat>
re ofTered to arrive at
to-day. 13 car-., a year eg a
freely at 3h- \o :t mixed nominally &c N'a
4'>ats. nominally. 2<V No 2 white ..ate, noci-
Inally, 33 . No. 3 white soldat3ic.
Ha> Reo-ipts 57 cars maiket deinorstt*e$
by the lar^e reeelpts. Timothy, choice. | 0U#
#50. No 1 UtOfltlO; low grade IS.OUQTOOe
funcy prairie. |d,00ft«.SO. choice
prime |4 OO&fl.OO: low grades,
Prof. Helinhoi/ Very III.
BKRi.ix.July 15.—Prof. Herman Helm-
holz. the distinguished (lerman scien-
tist. who was taueu suddenly illThurs*
day. is suffering from paralysis of tho
Mrs. Florence Morton, of Topeka.
Kan., horsewhipped her husband ami
Herman Crow on a street Friday for
loafing about town.
R. A. Kendig ex-cashier of the de-
funct bank of Oberlin. Kan., has been
sentenced to throe years in prison for
receiving deposits when the bank was
Judge llarrett has granted an order
admitting Krastus U'iman to (Uu.iioi,
bail. The bond was signed by Charles
it. Roan, a dry g is merahaot, aud
Mr VViman was released. i
St. I.ouls Grain.
st Lorw. July li -Reoelpts. wheat. 84,<Mi
bu l ist year. W 722 bu. com 44.400 bu laa
year. 4 5 .i«i b i „ats. 41 00ft bu lest year. OS re
bu flour I .Vki i i. Shipments wheat 1 •
l:.*i i. corn ii um bu .iat- 3.833 ha. fl*H.r,
!•'.y. bbls. Wh<-.it < ash 52 Bc. August.Si
Deeember v., c^ru -
' ' its ' a - h ,iii August !8^c; S- (iteAbtf
Kashas Gitv. July 11 Eggs Kecelpta
large; the market le quiet and weak strict^
freeh.flc; original. Be Butter, receipt*. Ugfe*;
market weak.extra fancy separator I.'v fancy..
I4« fair I .fa dairy, fancy, firm Ifc- fair I2d;
choice countrj firm i j •' i:t« choice packiug.
w«a.; i'n* Poultry R'-celpts. fair mark®
quiet.hens. flrm.51|C:good large broilers weak
not wante.I gobblers, weak. 5c p. r lb hens
5c is-r lb Ducks, dull. 6e per lb. Geese uai
wanted, dull. 1. unsalable Piireons. not
wanted. js-r do/. Green Fruits tilaek-
berries. active, tirm. tl.tVftl.V) case
I>er >j bu. box; wild
P*'r S bu b..f. fi g->
peaches. 50@75c per ^
Apples not so
per case. Texas
bu. Iiox. fancy, fi 00^1.-^.
plenty, poor quality; almost worthies'
salable; IMfclito Wr bu. chnlre Uttt
Watermelons, active. |12^(,15 per I On fciuuaggi
|M-rdo/. Cantaloupes. 25^75c p#.r doe Veg-
etables Cabbage plentiful. 50®fl0e per cwt; IS
js r do/.. Cauliflower, small. 4044SUC
Potatoes, plentiful, tlroi.
larife. 7.V: |s r do*.
Hurned Her Huslntud's llarns.
Aurora. 111.. July 15.-In a lit of rafe
after a quarrel with her husband. Mi*.
John ( hristophel. living south of tliis
City, set fire to their hay-stacks, the
flumes destroying all the farm builll-
ings, the dwelling alone being saveA.
■ commltUe of the Maaonie bwlgeof
which lie is a member is investigatii^r
NN. P Iheckinridge's record. It waa
said that the rules demand expulsion*
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 255, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 17, 1894, newspaper, July 17, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116471/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.