The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 282, Ed. 1 Friday, August 17, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Yours to Please In Queers ware and QgoertgUA. Heum, Uno door East of BoetonBtore, onOSt.
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of Public Square.
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Mij)t rub lustrut • '
Attorn*} t.« r.i-i.i
School i.aii'1< onnn
Probata Jud •
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i .iinty i'i•
Justice oi I lie I • ••
8upt. 1'ithllC Instruct!*'
coiumi>- i<>m , !m'\
KmiiH't lleatt j and t
di jot \ur>
re do not dif-
of tin United
V policy and tbe wisdom ;
. .. the figures don't |
'i hat is hiu o.
j.li ..the Democratic party:
ha- ■ e; uri cl power by appealing t>
to Ibe predjadli of till' war by,
fhouting about "nlgser supremaoy. M
The condition of the industries, bus- j
in s and llnnnees of tin* country, ^
coupled with tin- upa faoU of the !
Aluuuiiin election, ought to euro the j
;.0opl> forever of tbe folly in listen- j
iiiK to thum any longer. The highest
CHANliE IN THE MANAGhMENT AT THE
• on. ibait ,
: ('?. of |• i ;t< <1 business demand^
hi end be I ut to thin misrule as
W1, ny the forms of l:iw will allow
thje people to at it.
Then' mh be no ground for any in-
tflli • nt voter louger to be deceived,
liunkroptey is not a thing to bo over-
looked wlu n it is ho plain as the pros-
order di doses it.
tar Clothing Store.
TKOI Mi l
The passapo of th
in e lUfillg explosion
all over the country
j sugar tariff hill
i el dlsaattofactioa [
. with tho demo- VV1
Beginning All 5- lSt, A Sffecpin" Re,lllction
. >. 11. iiaii
\i'. 1 . Hor.iiM
days to use a 1
Wl- ur<. autliot h w to anui
or Ki\ 1 >'
III.' .iBtavl MIH'l-lll"
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We am authorised to ann<
of iit'ii. 1 Hmltli 1 k ' '
11,.t- «.r ivni-i.'i
joet to Hie I' coun 1.v rejiunn
•It ni.iund ti
inriictor of ti
, or in
1 (.ion 011 tho tarilf question. II
r. i;.irdcd as an infamous
re and one calculated to down
ally and forever, every man ,
. til for it. hveii Cleveland
yes Us Infamy and hardly]
to Bigu tho bill. Tho man host- I
, and his blsitatlon proves that 1
his judgment is inadequate to the task I
of undcrMtanding just what the needs
ol tho people aro or how legislation
should bo brought, about to moet
atlc running ' them. Senators and representatives
0111 "1 i - ie ' • are receiving letters from their con-j
unity resting I itituonta all over tho country con-
I,I.,lion. The demnlng the action of both houses!
citizens have with unmeasured ascidity and hinting
.a and aacar- that Hie graves of these legislators,
r neighbors; are dug and dug deep.
ii faniili, s are There is trouble ahead for the ile-
holr insandjmooraoy and cleveland seems to]
liable tu 860,1 know it andjlic country recognizes it.
eome in con-
conducted in every department preparatory to the inauguration ol uu n -
agement and the reception of the new btoik.
j to a
Mens', Boys and Childrens' Furnishings
ALL MARKED WAT DOWN.
Suits, Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Pants, Neckwear, Um-
brellas, Satchels, Trunks-Everything Goes.
I hcr«d y mm >nn« t
the ottltM- ..1 IS*' '-l''1
subject to tile repul
We are nutlior!:"''
>\ llll.ims. 11 II 1
In west W.itkin - p"
for 1 lio offl :• ol It®
to the t\eclsi' n <>t '
ting convciitUui 1
wc art author Is d 1
( l M ( Fold a- .1 1 '
ni county clerk for t •
republican county > "
We are atithorli ed to
i> ( usej S\N i •; i n
commissi!mii • : !' w
county. subject t" ' •> ' 1
i;i mm s risoni rv i i i.i.i ii.i.i i>.
. S of lOOH HOC Mil '
mI, this i ri-lit, The following prophtUc words are
nut to be shirked, from a speech delivered by Jame O.
B eon ervntnr Blaine in October, lsOO:
11 as a mouth-piece "The great southern wing of the
. . to gay tliat a democratic party are determined to |
,11, , ,1 is a establish the doctrine of free trade la
affairs that Bhould bo imme- the land. They will bo assisted by
ted The Hr-i.ik affair their northern allies. The tl-Jit is
' , ,I upon the attention now on. There is a groat body 41 vi-
,bUo beoause of lately | glonary, but educated men who are
tboU'rh it by no mean's employed day by day in writing free
,,,,1,. - . i novelty. It trade essays and arguments in favor
'ulttnj in ' ii.< "I ' charaeter ' of that doetiine, which And their way
wearin" his suit of Clothes bought at the Stn w 1
a Bright New Straw Mat by calling ii uing
with his suit on.
Star Clothing Store,
D STREET, NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE.
'p,i Kent—Dillce i 'in Kii'tutre ot T.J
1 Morris, corner "Hi aiel 1 .
. i.i. persona wnntlnK eooks. labor. me-
A cliaii'.. - «r hell'iif any kliiil' , }„«
■ ulting nnd out
U - I
, , weTl to*leave their orders with the \\estern
tlagraney but it] into every newspaper in .the and., affMn.;;;j|!?',!e^.u.c «Bi(.(J-
'he ma s of our jK-ople lhUl ^•iitiicsn-ivt.ivny.u.i.
t... nV,. rt««rto «vuiinp experienced themselves the suffering I
dutj im- j which always results wnea me p^o-1
THK TIM v>„
: i) st
ted states court s
east of 7th,
I hereby an
for the oltlce <
id the actl* n 1
«l r see '22. } w|>
of! I. Mox
i attention li
■ now ill the
MONEY TO LOAN
IN MY PINION
Old Tar Whisky
IS THE BEST.
Kor president of the United
William McKtnti y. ofiililo.
A shallow Broo'.
A fat prealc
Thk sugar trust has made
light and it has won.
Fkom a divorce to a police
was but one short ntep.
a hard lows with li
i in the r.iin I
XhuIi one otthe snmmers when of dollars to the country and if we
thelpre.id.nt and eon^rea. work for get another s.nnlar ,iu,e lon^.t no
their salaries and utterly faU to earn I manor woman in Perry wlU growl,
won i teetive principles are laid aside. Pois- .
sk allotted to It I oned and excited by tho wild state-j At [0111(3} at La™
incuts i>f these writers and the demo- will practice In all the territorial and t'nl-
icen a k-d why 1 gogic appeals of Democratic speakers,
be,.i oiven the the result will be that in the very near
u. . while Mleni future these forces, which are now
i i -,| b\ law \\t rUin t, will bo strong enou ;h to de- | BV
irlous as th. One feat at th. polU the party now advo-1 ^ M KING AtRToi
iforo tbe people. |eating the dootrine ol protection. It si . ffp. tAna onr«.
is ., ill, I urn-1 inevitably foil w that uneertain-
. vaded ty and doubt will ensue. The basi-
uiicateil ne s men of the country, fearing the
bavo it destruction of the principles of pro-
•c ion, will decline to engage in bos-
_ , ri 1 , cans' quently mills will shut
i the workiimmen will be
1,0 i t . out of ompl.iym lit. T.ie i ■ -
.1 h e a t .i v n or have
... u before, that they cannot be proa-
1 perous and have work while th
.im; principle is threatened. In tha nvrts
ni .lit |.j f their suffering they will learn th •
t . ae only w.iy that they can b.< pros
u .i.nee it perou'. and happy is to vote for th.
['ne dro is party tiiat lias built up the industrie-
like bul | by which they have gained a liveli-
hood, because they will then see
clearly that when tbe manufactory i
d in leaky -hut down there is no demand for the
I j,. ,t ;is thei only thing whicn tnej' have to sell, I
1 in their t,citing bed and that is labor."
thanked a merciful Uodj — —■—I
, , - w-e l^i'R Hi nt oBSiua. — Mlrst-cln«« tnislnesa I
' i" .-.x- . ■ i '■ .il> at •: In lie .it>
- a rain tob. rr 'tid of and ,>i Mtuiiatt. t. . „i -,i ,tru r -i,-.*v.
. t , iri , aim ad.ir, -- Will. Strunk, M
;1 everyone, even the lei- uaii.«i. r.
aky roofs, that Perry is
u lt anil r.o mistake.
; made the 1
of wells and
It was worth thoi
YOU CAN HAVE MADE TO ORDE*
j 2tl Door South t>f 1'oat offl e«
j HH (JEXTLHMAN'S PLACE.
(ior.MAN' - repptftt 1 on will not
All the reputation he had was that ol
shrewd and determined lighter, and
that has been enhanced.
Our democratic neighbor hn tum-
bled to the adamantine hardness ol
the times atul condones a criminal's
offenses for filthy la . c.
Thk question as to v.heUier Pi
dent Cleveland or President Have- liationai debt incr
nieyer is doing the li islating for th< ; (
country is at Wh •• til 1 Havr y- ( . , of lbe term
er is the man.
r years the Re-
control of the
lie debt was de-
t-age rate of i60,000,
.( Jauraar, In that
ates enjoyed a pro-
sperity such as no nation in history
The fiscal year, the first of the
I Cleveland administration, find* the
ased over SI03,000,
000. If the same rate continues to
tiie addition to
For the twenty-for
mblic n party had
:oveminent, the pu
Teased at the averafi
OOavear or in the;
Onlv the Finest Procurable Whiskies
AND OTHER LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
The Only Pabst Bohemiun Beer and the Best Equipped
BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
HMD ALL KIND'. OF
small kvoRl(, SUCH A3.
IN THE CITY.
the turf exchange,
Sixth Street, Between C and D, PERRY. OKLA.
the figures show will lie
Jupciiku from the work done in the 1 :"! •' b I. r i -'i. .n
last congress we should say that the «>d Democratic rule: The account j
salary paid to congressmen is entire- ! ■ «-••• sUndgto -1 '.i,i>eK),C'0U loss
ly |QO low. The idea ol paying only 'on' yb**, WMf.000,000,
M.000 a year for doing nothiag. i Thwat^ th% llgwea and nobody,
' ' coil get away from them. As soon as
A Washington ne\v> item mention - , ( Mjrt ■; .Jjoun. the admini ration
that President Cleveland keeps a scrap wj)i jjL. f;lt.c to face with a de licit that
personal, ltf itself will increaso the dobt by
The Tally Hotel,
Our T tble Service is the Best. Dining Room always Cool.
avuuwuhotjiij.awa^i | ueiaoe to iiuie wiui u uvucii. iuui j
book. It can bo
references, however. '1'lie old man needed loans as much as it had been
would get tired of tlint job in about behind the past year.
two days. I If the Democratic party has a wise i South Side of D St., bet. 7th and 8th,
$1,25 per day.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 282, Ed. 1 Friday, August 17, 1894, newspaper, August 17, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116497/m1/2/: accessed October 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.