The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Friday, August 10, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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Bill Passed for the Adjudication of the
Choctaw and Chickaeew Claims.
tins Improved Considerably Where
Tbert Have lk*n H*ln«.
Mo.. Aug. 9—The MU
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of the Loii< lslaud
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Is at one® l< be erected <
l y ramidi
depth below the
• M-eo by tli« illustration
>u*and ik.-mi.1c, and a roof
.1 ulirntN Jill l>
of rock rising from *
tea The *t> le of arc
111 be ImixiMitiir
UNIFORM BANKRUPTCY BILL.
Senator George's Additional Amendments
-loniaioBwrslers Olfes a Hearing
by t be Seuute Committee on
Kdu-.sttou aud Labor.
Washington, Aug. 9— Representa-
tive Nladdox, of tieorgla, yesterday
uiorniiifT by uuanimous consent < b-
tallied passage of the bill providing for
the adjudieatlon of the claim* of the
Choctaws and Chickasaws to the lands
of the Kiowa*, Comanche*, Apache*
and Wichita Indians. Representative
Me Hat', « f Arkansas, sought to amend
the bill so as to provide for the settle-
ment of the question in the court of
nit this was regarded by it
In the northwest section corn is wPjflJ4 lu
good condition with prospects for an mra«e
crop Id Jackson Clay aud portion, of Hinton
Lafayette. Buchanan and Holt counties^ and
also in St Charles and portion* of Audrain
counties in the northeast section, but In nearly
all otner counties of those sections from one-
third to one-half crop only Is expe«ed_ la
Atchison and Ralls counties some BeldaMM
been cut and shocked and In Harrison and
Davie., counties corn la being fed to stock.
In a number of counties of the central section
corn has Improved considerably since the rains,
but in no county doc, it promise a full yield,
and many correspondents state that It
make more than halt a crop In ' aUawny
Bounty some fields have been cut and "the"
are belUK pastured. In the southwest section
corn is generally in good condition ext ep
portions of Johnson, St. Clair.
OreenB oountles. In several counties I P°
lues an unusually heavy irop a °*
counties of the southeast section the condition
of the crop Is much Unproved since the rains,
aud in Ripley and portions of Reynolds. Ore
,on i iasconade Perry Stoddard and Shannon
Counties It Is doing well, but in several coun-
een greatly damaged aud will
Tha Chinese Again Defeated by th
CHINESE VICTORIOUS ON SEA
China Willing to r*y au Indemnity but Re-
futed to Surrender Her Suzerainty —
Neutrality I-aws - Black I lags
Kansas Cl T Lire Stock.
Kami as Citt au* a -Cattle-Receipt.
Mi calvos. 17J7 Shipped yesterday, 1
calves is!) The market tor choice light steer*
was steady others dun and lowsrt. bulls lower;
calves steady Term stetts steady cows lue
low^r The following are leprsssntatlvesal.s.
DRISSSD tittF AND KXPORI STIWS
1415 WW W }'SS*S2
\M **> ' MS
I lull 4 3J -.'1 ! !« i 70
1 JO.' 3.W0 Itf S7a
1.14S 8 3)
l Ubdi3 0> I 105 Phd 1.017 |2W
cows AND HEiraas. I
He Makes a Desperate Resistance but
JEALOUSY LEADS TO Ml'UDKR
Au old read fought Out an.l "
Hilled Klelicil to Oeath A Miuer
sliot aud Two Deputies
U ahiiixoton, Aug. '. ■ — itors .lone
and Vent, of the tariff conference com-
nilttcce, and Senator* liorman and
Smith, ueting ou behulf of tlie conserv-
■uatofs, W'l'l a meeting to-day
neeting of the confer-
, .und it lh understood that it vvus
ided thut the time had arrived
PlTTRIH'KO, Kan., Aug. lien fold
UatclitV was arrested at Morgan slu-
ed about 7 miles northeast of thli
KerruU for a
city, last evening
Mitchell and Detective
committed in • harlestoii \\.
month* ago. Katolitl
character ami nad
to shoot the officers,
■d before he could
Va., about thret
is a desperate
desperate elf or'
but was overpowered
do any hartn. He is th_
old and highly respected
where the crime
the murder was
unprovoked and cold blooded.
JKAI.OUBY I.KADS TO MUIU KII
Pltll.AOKI. iilA, Aug. '...-lea ouay
ensatlonal triple tragedy in
citizen of this city,
from the authorities
was committed says
haau TAHirr confkhkkh*
liey Are Ai
Set I lei
•n Uw conference should come to
end, either by ;•' agreement or
and that they arranged
for bringing1 about the
detailed, was t<
caused a sc
this city this morning. ...
Kvans, of 4.184 Willow street, t rank
ford, a suburb of this city, shot and
killed 1-oui* liecht at the latter
2214 Montgomery avenue. H'
khot his wife, Eva Kvans, through the
neck, fatally wounding her, and ufter-
tvard killed himself with the same in-
•14.cked to death.
Ooi.kkn City, Mo., Aug. H— ev
Ilorst, a tlcrnmn minister from •
IiOt.ls, arrived at Kooktv'jod y* .
to visit relatives, and wlulc l.ors..
riding at a late hour in the afternoon
was thrown from his horse, his foot,
catching in the stirrup. He wis klckci
fouoiit with haiiKits.
La Sai.i.k, 111.. Aug. 9.-In attempt-
inir to arrest a Polish miner niuntt
Joseph Schurman, a desperate eliar-
aetcr. this morning, Schtirmtin ««*
fatally shot and two deputy sheriffs
were wounded with saber thrusts.
CHAKUKS All A IN ST IHM1K HICKS.
The House raise# a Itesolut loo to Look Into
Washington, Aug. m''-
,f Texas, from the committee
latter of privilege
have the sunat
most secure an agreement
morning ownference, and in
failure to urge that a disagree
reported without further delay,and fail-
ing to secure the consent of the l>ou*e
members for this plan for the senate
conferees to go into the senate and nak
to be discharged from further consider-
ation of the tariff bill in conference.
When Senator Jones was asked us to
the truth of this report he neither con-
tinued nor contradicted it, but simply
said it was impossible to say what
The proposition that Ini
to malt* sugar fre
this morning and th* bearing tills item
would have upon the su
bill. The opinion was expressed that
by putting sugar
claims, l— - .. . .v
friends as likely to delay the adjudiea- lles it hus t
in the supreme court of the lllstriit of
Columbia. An appeal may be taken
from that court to the circuit court of
the district. Under a ruling of the su-
preme court of the United States it is
held that that cmirt has no jurisdiction
lu cases of this character.
T11K HASKBl'I'TCV RU.I
yesterday offered additional amend-
ment) to the uniform bankruptcy bill
us it passed the house. Preference to
debts due servants and laborers is lim-
ited to those for labor done within one
year. Those debts due to any person
arising from tlie debtor's dealing with
the person while a minor as
or guardian are excepted
auditor.. - .,
carrying out the business entrusted to
them tinder the act and their powers
and duties are defined. Oaths may be
administered by authorized state offi-
cers. Dockets must be kept with the
records of cases.
COMMONWKAl.KRS C1IVK2T A HKAH1NO.
Washington, Aug. 9.—Mr. Jeffreys,
the head of the industrial army from
the state of Washington, and several
other commonweal leaders now sta-
tioned in the outskirts of Wasnington,
were given a hearing by the senate
committee on education and labor yes-
terday. They advocated the l'effer
bill, which provides for an issue of
#,i,10,0(M.,00(. for the construction of irri-
gation works In the arid region; for
river anil harbor improvements and for
the erection of public buildings and
the issuance of treasury notes to pay
for the same.
tu iuuie counties. " — - , ,i.
fallen trusses are much Improved and stock
water Is more plentiful, but lu most sections
pastures are dry and short, water Is scarce an
reports of farmer, being obliged to feed their
stook liecotue more numerous each ween.
Flowing for wheut Is In progress In niont ot
the southwestern counties where late ralna
have put the ground In good condition, butgen-
•rally In Other sections the ground U too dry.
It, ports Indicate that the acreage of wheat
sown this full will be greatly reduced.
I.ate potatoes will he almost a failure I" some
counties owing to the continued drought, and
In a number o( the central and northern coun-
ties apples and grapes have been seriously in-
A DA* OF AGONY.
A Man Falls fr n. a FreV'ht Train and Oat>
Ilia Arm Crashed.
cnaiii.kston. Mo., Aug. 9.—Kate yes-
terday evening u farmer drove into
Provision is made for towu, carrying in his wagon a stranger,
be appointed by courts for wj,0 fives' his name as Anderson and
his home as Metropolis, 111. Anderson
fell from a freight tralu
morning about 10 mile
ton, his left linn falling beneath the
wheels. The member was crushed
The poor fellow crawled to ti
of ii tree on the roadside, and lay there
until :> o'clock in the evening, when
the farmer found him, brought him to
town and placed him in charge of the
county surgeons, who amputated the
remainder of the injured arm.
■list of Charles.
m the fi
.cites of the tjouisiann senators would
be lost to the bill, but that Senator
l'effer might vote for it. The repub-
licans say that if a proposition is made
to put sugar on the free list it will re-
celve the support of nearly the entire
When Uie tarllT conferees adjourned
for their usual recess the uir was full
of rumors of all kinds, among them be-
ing statements that an agreement
would la' reached at the afternoon ses-
sion. 'itx conferees all declined to say
anything. A leading conservative sen-
ator suii that the house must take the
responsibility of risking another vote
All tlie Part leu Were Hwor
raey Against Colorado'*
t In tlie Conspl-
upon the bill in the
seems a determination on the part of
tin* stpsate t« force a decision, one way
or the other, during the day, but the
issue may l*' further delayed.
AH AOHKKMKNT COMB TO.
CHICAGO, .Wig. 9. The Post's Wash-
ington special says: The tariff con-
ferees havt agreed. This announce-
ment was mnjle at :i o'clock.
Thvagreement is informal and is >v
the democratic members only. The
Col.Oil A lit) SriHNQB, Col., Aug
J. T. Reed, who was pointed out to de-
tectives ill Denver as one of the princi-
pals ill the Tarsnoy outrage by ex-
Deputy ■' K- Wilson after he made
his confession, is a prominent mine
owner and politician, lie was brought
to this city lust night in com-
pany with Wilson by Sheriff Bowers
and bonds were given for his appear-
ance while Wilson was locked up
along with ex-Deputy Parker, who also
made a confession. On his person was
found the oath which all the parties to
the conspiracy subscribed to.
Wilson's confession, it is generally
believed, does not implicate Sheriff
Bowers. Wilson has denied since he
was brought from Denver that he
made any confession, but this is owing
to the fear that he will be harshly
dealt with by the people of Colorado
Springs. Ills statement was reduced
to writing and lie subscribed to it be
fore a notary in the presence
At Boston—-Uoaton, IU; Philadelphia. 8.
Second game -Brooklyn, IH. Baltimore. H
At Chicago -Chicago. U: Cincinnati. II.
At Pittsburgh Cleveland. 10; Pittsburgh #.
At Louisville- St. I-ouls. 11; Louisville. !.
At Washington—New York. 16; W ashlng-
At Milwaukee -Mllwaukee.il; Kansas City A
At indianapolis—Detroit. H. Indianapolis. 0.
AtC.rand Kuplds-Toledo, 10; Grand Rapids.
' At Minneapolis- Minneapolis,21; Sioux City,
At Peoria -Peoria. 15; Lincoln. 8.
At KocU Island—Rock Island, 0; Dcs Moines,
1 At Jacksonville—St. Joseph, 111 Jackson-
villa. 10. ^ .
At Qulncy—Omaha, 9; Qulncy, «•
on judiciary, as a mn ...
presented a resolution in te, '''"j". repUblicat> members hav
providing for an invested o \n- to attend tl*<? ineeting to-morrow.
committee of the charges aj,M ns ■ The basis ol %^reement is the su^ar
Justus .1. Kicks. United ^utesjudge heduU, ^eed to last Friday-Forty
the district court of northern •ihu«' • | cenU ftd valorcm with one-fifth of one
Mr. Orohvcnor (rep.), of Ohio, tu | wllt ciMfer&otial on refined sugar; iron
cised this resolution for an invest,gu-
tion as a piece of Indecent liasUv . <>
notice has been given Judge Ivicks .y
the committee, he saul. lie submit-
ted that a judge of the district court of
the United States should be treated
with as much deference us a man
charged with being drunk and disor-
derly in a police court.
Mr. Halley In reply said if \,r' ,r "
enor were a friend of Judge hicks lu.
Two hack loads of men went from
this city to Colorado City late lust night
with the avowed purpose of running
Peter Kales, (lov. Waite's
, but he hud gone to
ore free und coal 4" cents per ton, with
the reciprocity clause.
Arrested for EBb.Hl.nwnt.
Memphis, Teun., Aug. o.—I. Uoynl
McMurran, who has been engaged in
Memphis for some time as a real estate
operator, was arrested last night on a
telegram from the chief of police of
St. i'aul, Minn., charging him with
embezzlement. The amount allege.1
1 to have been taken is tfl.iHW. It grew
; out of a land deal in that city when
I McMurran operated with others. Mc-
j Murran gave bond, but officials from
1 to without St. i'ai^ wi come here after linn.
■The f.ueharl.tlc ('onitreaa.
— South ItExo. 1ml.. Aug. H. An lm-
Kllied by . : ' Wh''l_Thi(1 1 portant vej. in ecclesiastical history
Bikmisoham, Ala., Aug. . . ' f the I ikttiol# church of America is
rooming at the Alabama Iron works ! h„ (.uefiarlsth! congress, the first held
agent, out of town
The grand jury lias returned .1 in-
dictments, most of which grow out of
the Cripple Creek troubles. The cases
of the turret's have not been passed up-
on yet. The jury made a presentment
declaring that "desperate men have
gathered from all parts of the world in
certain portions of El Paso county, and
that extraordinary measures are neces-
sary for the enforcement of the law
would want the charg
immediately. If there was
Jud e Kick's judicial ermine it should
be removed or he should be removed.
The resolution was agrei
shops here Thomas Stokes, a 17-year-
old bov, was instantly killed by being
struck by a piece of bursting emery
wheel. Stokes was grinding some east-
ing when, without warning, the wheel
burst tine piece struck the boy in tlie
neck, severing the jugular vein and
causing almost instant death.
the em-Wist^ congress,
in this eonnHry, now in session at the ^ u.
universtt# trf Notre lJame. Upon the
roll of th order appear the names of
over Silvio priests. The convention
is held at Notre Dame on invitation of
Very ltev father Corby, and by per-
mission h! Cope Leo.
A Woman Naturalized. j
Ct.EVKi.AM>. <>•. Aug An unusual
event took place iu Judge llutcliins
court when a woman became a natu-
ralized citizen of the United States.
The state legislature, at its last ses-
sion. passed a bill allowing women to
vote at school elections. Mrs. S. Louise
l'attison desired to cast her vote at the
next school election, and having been
born abroad found it necessary to be
naturalized. She came to tills country
is than 18 years old and hence
set of papers'was enough in her
Alleged Oklahoma Counterfeiters.
Oklahoma Citv, ok.. Aug. 9.—Four
more of the gang- of alleged counter-
feiters that are supposed to have been
working the country west of this city
were arrested by United States deputy
marshals, and are now in jail in this
place. They are Mrs. Walker and her
two sons and John Curley. In Curley's
house was found a box fitted with dies
and plates of dimes, quarters half
dollars. United States District Attor-
ney McMeeeliam thinks it is the most
important capture made in this terri-
tory for some time.
New York tailors have been enjoined
from keeping up a boycott on shops
whose men have struck.
The board that investigated charges
of cruelty at the insane hospital at Lin-
coln. Neb., exonerated the officials.
The Daily Oklalionian, of Oklahoma
Citv Ok-, has gone into the hands of a
receiver for the benefit of its creditors.
Several men fired into a northbound
Missouri. Kansas & Texas passenger
train near Uond, I. T., but no one was
Fire at £ o'clock Tuesday morning
destroyed the the large barn ol[County
Treasurer Johnson, near Shawnee,
Kan., with contents.
Dr Farrow, a prominent physician
of East l.ynne. Mo., lias been arrested,
charged with criminal assault on Miss
| Charles, only 14 years old.
l'apers fixing the time of the execu-
tion of the late President t aniofs as-
sassin have been sent to President Casi-
mir-I'erler for his signature.
Sheriff 1 lowers, of Colorado Springs,
ronounces the confession of ex-Dep
Yokohama, Aug. 9 —Additional bat-
tles have been fought between Japan-
ese and Chluese, and the latter have
been defeated. Seikoan has been
taken by the Japanese with trilling
loss. The Chinese in this engagement
lost so0 killed. The enemy lied In the
direction of Koshiu.
The Japanese are in possession of the
An imperial ordinance just issued
permits Chinese to reside in Japun on
condition that they engage in peaceful
The greatest excitement prevails
here at Tokio, and at other large towns
as a result of the victoriesof the Japan-
Rumors, however, are current that
the Japanese naval forces have been
defeated in an engagement with l hlnese
willing to i'av an indemnity.
Shanghai, Aug. 9.—It is officially re-
ported from Tien Tain that tlie efforts
of Great Hritain and Russia to bring
about 11 peaceful settlement of the dis-
putes between China and Japan have
failed. China is willing to pay an in-
demnity. but she refuses to surrender
her suzerainty over Corea. The Chinese
government has closed the Ainping and
Takao lighthouse on tlie island of For-
Washington, Aug. Si.—Though the
United States neutrality latvs forbid
tlie enlistment of Americans for service
in Japan, there is no way of preventing
any one from accepting a commission
in Japan'sarmy or navy if hecau get it.
In the case of Maj. Wassoo.lt hap-
pens that he possesses a decoration
and commission of honor, which makes
him a citizen of Japan if he elects to
It is understood here that Lieut.
Richard Graham Davenport, of tlie
United States navy, has been offered
the command of a man-of-war of the
first class bv the Japanese minister of
marine. Lieut. Davenport served
nearly ten years in Japanese waters
and was interpreter for the admiral of
the United States fleet. He knows the
Japanese language better than any
orticer of tlie navy and would, there-
fore, be able to take a high command.
It is pretty cetain that any American
with a military education and a good
record, who can speak the language
well enough to command the troops,
would have no difficulty in obtaining a
commission under the mikado.
If Lieut. Davenport can obtain a two
years' leave he may accept the position
tendered hini. I" * he will not re-
linquish his Unit States commission
to do so.
A FRENCH NEWSPAPER ON 1IIR WAIt.
I'AIIIS, Aug. 9.—The Matin to-day
publishes a long urticle on the rela-
tions of the European powers to t lima,
Japan anil Corea. The editor is most
apprehensive of a covert attempt at
overreaching on the part of ..rent
After advising France to remain neu-
tral as long as possible, he adds
ever, if either (')rina or Japan
gain an advantage in
must hold in reserve tht
l.udu t! *)
1 515 2 25
*74 2 20
1 030 1 50
STOCKKas AND FKEDKa*
1 OiS |3 H) 15 1 UUfl t- W
I 2 55
TEX AH AND INDIAN STEKSii.
I (*\H |S.H5 1 24 W3H |v*)
2 . HO
Wirt 2.40 Hrt
M JO 2 40
TEXAS AND INDIAN t'OWS.
82 7fl6« 25 142 2r S ift
81 71M *10 au W fg
« 73-.' 2-00 Srt 711 SO
Ii m 1 NO I tt ..I I SO
Ho«h Receipts, 18,002. shipped >e*terday.
8,510. The iimrket upenrd actively and so
higher und common hogs l«"*t 5c to 10c ut the
close The top was |5 20 snd bulk of sale*
|i y.vo.5 15 atralntl M for top and wo 1*5.07*
for bulk yesterday The following are icpre-
07 fit IMO 41
R7 alt 110 ~~
M VMN 515 7tf
II no ft 15 82
i:c> f) 15 73
SI Jlrt 5 12* 4rt
t'M 207 5 10 74
24W 6.10 7V
IWI 5 10 HI
201 507* 7U
172 505 bf
175 5.05 35
171 500 | 76
1b5 5.00 30
220 5.00 i
211 4W5 24
258 4.w5 hj
2W4 |5. 20
■:66 6 17*
22W 5 15
-.'4* 5 15
><i!> 6 15
214 5 10
208 5 10
221 5 10
*16 5 07*
• 03 5 05
lH-. 5 05
237 5 02*
217 6 00
IWfl 4 W5
1W2 4 87*
W1 5.15 I 72
838 5 15 62
217 5 15 15
'J 47 f 10 3W
•H)7 S 10 7H
21W 5 10 7W
216 5.07* 87
107 5 0ft W7
|Kfl ft.OS 38
IWo 5 oO el
•££1 5.00 56
•.'36 5.00 72
1H8 4 Vft ' 57
IW2 4 W0 ,87
_ bi .. 163 4.87*1 Hft
"sheep—Receipts. 2.rt45, shipped yesterday.
865. The market for choice lambs was steady
and common and medium sheep were extreme-
ly dull and some 15c lower The followlug ars
17 1 H7 |l 00 I Hrt 1 rt7 18.85
i:w 1 rtrt 3.35 I 155 I 61 2.50
Horses-Receipts. 20; shipped yesterday, 171
The market was extremely dull and about IJ.at
per head lower.
I'll lea go Live Stock.
CHICAGO, auk- 8 Hogs-Receipts. 3l.onO;
official yesterday. 11.027; shipment* yesterday.
H "W2 left over about l.ftOU, quality a little bet-
ter; market rather active and linn, prices 5ft
10c higher on best lots. Sales ranged at 14 W5>®
5.35 for light, II 80&4.W5 for rough pat
Qfi.40 for mixed; 15 101*5.50 for hea
und shipping lots, pigs 14.35^4.90
Cattle—Receipts. 15.000; official yesterday 4,-
810; shipments yesterday. 1.848, market strung
Sheep Receipts. 9,1)00. official yesterday. 8,-
427, shipments yesterday. 39rt market steady.
eking ; IR.oO
\ y packing
right to act so
St. Petersburg, Aug. (.i
|9 to August 4. 313 new ca
md 240 deaths were reported here.
Warsaw Citv, from July 22 to July'.'8,
ISO new cases of cholera and 83 deaths
were reported. In the province of
Warsaw during the same period there
were :M cases of cholera reported and
113 deaths from the disease.
"After all. what is a kiss?" said young
Mr. Warren relatively after pressing
the lips of his lloston Hancee.
■■ K kiss," replied Miss South-. Iiurch,
'•is" the anatomical juxtaposition of
orbicularis muscles in u state of con-
traction."— J udg''-
—There are at work In Turkey •'■U0
missionaries and 1,800 native assistants.
Throughout the lauds of the sultan are
more than 200 christian churches, with
XI 000 communicants, and in all there
«r Hi 000 Hroteatanta.
l.mt III. Wealth.
SplirSOJTlKI.n, 111., Aug. 9—0,
Evans, of M. Louis, was in the city
last night en route to Washington to
accept a government position. .hile
sleeping In th* waiting room of the I
Wabash defiot he was robbed of a tin
case whfth contained #7,000 ... govern-
ment bonds and notes, being all the
valuables on hi person.
Wealer* l^sve Washington.
Washington, Aug. 9.—Through the
efforts of the district commissioners
and leading citizens eighty common-
wealers, comprising the tlalvin and
Thomas divisions of Frye's army, left
the city last night over the Chesapeake
& Ohio railroad for their homes ia
Clnciniiamand l.os Angetes.
—Xo more important duty can be
urge* upon those who are entering the
irveat theater of life than simple loyalty
their bt.'A convictions.—1«. 11. Clui-
Italian Slrllters Rioting.
Cow. Citv. 111.. Aug. «. -Carbon hill
sent of the Star Coal Co's. operations,
situated l'i miles from liere, was at the
mercy of an Italian mob of several hun-
dred dissatisfied miners here last night.
On three occasions the sheriff's depu-
ties were summoned to No. 2 shaft and
the miners at work were each time
hurriedly hoisted to the top to stay
the tide of onward uiarcliim.' ltaliun
The A. p. a. Convention.
Wu.KKsnARRK, I'll. Aug. 9.—The
grind lodge of the American l'ro
tective association, comprising rcprc
scntatives from all lodges throughou
the United Stutes, assembled in annual
convention here to-day. The work if
>,tl.v of a secret character. The con
ntion will be in session three duys.
pruuuuu^v.. .. . . .
utv .1 it- Wilson unqualifiedly false in
SO far as it implicates him in the out-
rage against Adjt.-tien. Tarsney.
On motion of Mr. Mc.iann (dem.), of
Illinois a resolution instructing the
commissioner of labor to investigate
the effects of machinery on labor,
wages, etc., was agreed to in tlie house.
Private llenry Lemon, of company C.
Sixteenth infantry, a guard ut the Mid-
land railroad bridge, was shot through
the wrist by one of a party of loiterers
whom he ordered to move on on a
bridge at Newcastle, Col.
The decomposed body of an unknown
an was found near Strong City, Kan
M,,r«* Morrill Appointment..
Tor. k t. Kan.. Aug. 9.—The republic
an state central committee has mad
the following additional appointment,
for K. N. Morrill: Winfleld, August 11;
.Hue llill 20; Wakarusa, 81; Holton,
September 5; Baxter Springs 6 and 7;
Marion. 8; Bismarck grove (fair),
He had been mttr-
dered and thrown into a creek. The
supposition is that his name is John
Wilson, of Springfield, Mo.
A disastrous wreck occurred Tuesday
in the Uock Island yards at Alma,
Kan It was caused by a stock train
breaking in two, the engineer being
unable to get away from the Hying
cars behind him. Five palace stock
cars were broken up and thirty head of
Jo Cook a lawyer of Oklahoma ' >ty.
attempted the wild west cowboy trick
nf riding his liorse into the 1 urf saloon.
He was met by the proprietor, who
nrcferred the 111 inner, an 1 customs of
civilization, and who punished Cook by
beating him on the head with his re
volver. Cook is in a critical condition.
as to secure a similar advantage for
herself. It would be necessary also to
readjust the balance of power in case
it should be destroyed by Great Britain
occupying l'ort Hamilton, or Russia
occupying Port Laseareff.
ill.ack fi.a08 kni.isted.
London. Aug. 9.—A dispatch fc-otn
llong Kong to the Times says that the
viceroy of Kwang lltung lias enlisted
vooo black tlags with which to
strengthen the garrison of the Canton
In addition the viceroy has stationed
four gunboats at Tiger Island, in Uie
Canton river, aud has laid mines at rw
Chow and Tamsui.
jttl'BT NOT RAISE KATES.
The l«o r.loC llallroa.l I'nmn.l.lloneM So
Notify MU.ourl l.lne.,
jfkkkkson Citv. Mo , Aug. it.—Sev-
eral roads in Missouri have increased
local freight rates to a considerable
extent lately, and the matter has been
brought to the attention of the board
of railway and warehouse commission-
ers. The board took the matter In
hand yesterday, and in a circular to
freight traffic men embodied the fol-
lowing order, adopted at a meeting of
the board yesterday afternoon;
Tariff Nos. of —-railway company, in
so far us they slw any lncroa e In freight
rates as existing and In force prior to the Issu-
ance of said — tariffs, are hereby disapproved,
and. taking effect within ten days after the re-
ceipt hereof, the irelght rales as slio n In the
tariffs superseded by the said tariff-, must be
restored ami put la effect.
In the circular the commissioners say
that in 1893 they had under considera-
tion a general reduction of freight
rates in this state, the interests of
producers und consumers seeming to
warrant Mich a reduction. The com-
missioners believe that any increase in
freight rates now is unjust and unwar-
ranted The board also Issued an order
requiring all railroads doing business
ill Kansas City to at once put in track
scales for weighing grain at all ele-
vators on their respective lines.
Senator Blackburn to Stump Mlwoarl,
Washington, Aug. 9.—Col. John II
Carroll, vice chairman of the state com
mittee of Missouri democracy, has se
cured a promise from Senator Black-
burn. of Kentucky, to spend a week
on the stump in Missouri as soon as
congress adjourns. Senator Blackburn
will open in Callaway county and per-
haps speak In both St. I.oui* and Kan-
Col Breckinridge will return from
Washington to Kentucky Friday and
will devote his whole time to his cam-
St. l.ouU l ive HI
ST. Louis, Auk 8.-Cattle Re.
market strong Hogs—Receipts
strong, 10c hltfhcr. heavy |R.30®6 45; mixed,
|6.00@5.'-$; lltfht. |ft.l0fc6 30. Sheep-Receipts.
1,500, market weak
KannaM City Oralii.
Kansas Citt, Au«. h. -The local trade wa*
very Irregular to-day. Prices early were about
a cent higher, but at the close the market was
no better than late yesterday. The offerings
were moderate Stone receivers reported
rather large country offerings und others non*
Ht ull Some fancy No. K red wheat with 1¥V40
balance to the Mississippi river sold at 67o
river, at the same time that No. Tt red with «
cent billing sold at 53c.
Receipts of wheat to-day. W cars, a year
ago, 4(1 cars. . .
Quotations for car lots by sample on track a%
Kansas City were nominally as follows No I
hard 48V4c; No. 3 hard. 46^®48c. No I hard, ii
®«o; rejected 4Sc. No. 2 red H'.e, No 3 47c;
No. 4 red. 46c. rejected. 43c.
Corn was about Ic lower than yesterday •
best prices. The demand was limited to a few
mill orders and the offerings were light
Receipts of corn to-day. 56 cars a year ago,
M cars. .. ,
No. •-•mixed sol,I at Kansas City, No. 1
mixed M1,'' So. I. *10 Na * white. M«M^0;
No. I white. Me So. S white was quoted nom-
inally at 61c Memphis; No.
Oats were about
Receipts of oats to-day. 12 cars, a year ago,
8 Na% mixed oats, 2 cars 32*c. 8 cam MHo. «
mixed. 1 car 31e; No. 4 oats, nominally •£*& *..
No. 2 white oats, nominally. 34*tJ3ftc. No. i white,
Hay—Receipts. 25 ca
: mixed. 66c Mem-
higher and they sold
othy. choice. lH.50cm.S0; No. I. • .^
irrado, 15.00^7.00; fancy prairie.
choice. 16.50".6 7.'). prime. |5.0Jft6.00; low
Chicago tiraln anil rrovislons.
Opened Hlgh'st Lo
Corn — Sept.
Oats - Aug
Pork — Aug
! 13 8*.
7 22 S
7 27 Ki
; 7 1ft
wheat. 7 .6i5
io,40 • last
last \ ear 33 000
it. 12 Mi
fair. 15c, dairy,
ST Louis. AUK * -R«'
bu . last year, 57,615 bu con
year. 86.178 bu.; oats. 48.4' 5 bu
bu.; flour. 44,285 bbls.. shipment
bu.. corn. K.18S bu . oats 41.440 bu flour, 6.-
17 bbls. Wheat -Cash. 52c. August. 51V4C;
September. 52c; Decembei 55>,c. May.6ISO.
Corn Cash, tec: Aunust. .xeptctuljer..
ISc; May. 4V',r (lats J ash S.'e Autlu.t,
JJJ4C. Selitcmlier, iUV May, 3. ,
Kan.a. City Produce.
Citv. Aait. 8. E«f* Hecelpt.,
larner supply lair, the market 1. lalrly at ti v.
,nd steady, strictly fresh, 9c Butter-Ke-
celpts, IlKhter. market Arm.
separator.-tic, fancy, Initio
fancy. Arm. I6itl®c fair, lie
arm i; ai«c choice packing, llrm, llo.
Poultry -Receipts, fair, market ijulet. hen.,
Kteadv 5'i. «c it wd large .prlngs weak. 7o;
roosters, 15c. Turkeys, receipts, light; not
wanted gobbler., weak. 5c per lb., hen., 5c lb.
Ducks dull. 5c per lb.: springs. 7^0. Uee.a,
not wanted, dull 4c; poor, unsalable Pigeons,
not wanted. ?.* per doz. Green Fruit.- Ulaek-
berries, scarce l.7S«HM P" ease H'T nl?
Ot0e Der S bu, box. Texas peach.), pluntl-
[Ul good fl" 75e per basket; fancy, ti uu&l el
per basket, 'J P"r 0 ,"*sk1e(t "a'a.
tJrai.es, plentiful:Concord.3'i«4c l>er lb . Dela-
ware 6ua«K! per 10-lb. basket. Apple, plenti-
ful. poor quality: almost worthless and un-
salable . 2*&3 )c per bu.; choice. 40®60c. Water#
melons, dull, td ux&iu tui per loi ti 50®M>J pea
dox Cantalou|ies, .cart'i;, ZMt'iOc per dox ;
nutmegs.! a00c. Vcsetables Cabbage aearoe;
Mc per cwt ; ISCftlllc per dot CauilBower,
small. 40^*11'. large, 75c per doz. Potatoes
not so plentiful, llrm. 4.till"'.
Prairie Urea III mumua.
FoItT Wavsk. lnd., Aug. A disas-
trous jirairle tire swept over the farms
of T. T. Ellison, A. C. Trentuian anil
others JO miles west of thin city yester-
day anil destroyed hundreds of bushels
of grain in shock and hundreds of cords
of wood, l'rairle tires are raging in
iliffeient parts of this county aud rail-
roads are kept busy fighting ttaiuea.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Friday, August 10, 1894, newspaper, August 10, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116491/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.