The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 26, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 16, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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The Perry Daily Times.
PERRY, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, |6, 1894
WANTS TO DIE.
A Man Take* Poiton 11 the Wing*
HE MAY HE SAYKU THE TRIP
Hr Sill). Over Nljhl III Huuw ..I PlM«-
uri- and Thru ComlU H «h
Ai « - «ilv« No Nairn - HU
Hat Ipimn >® M*
the only Hum*
(ii'THHIK, okla , Oct. 111. |8pecl l.l
A telephone message was received
this afternoon about two o'clock at
the police headquarters statin* that
man ha.l taken poison at the house o
Miss .Jessie Hond, with intent 11 coinj
rait suicide, lie had stayed there al-
night, and today, without warning,
he committed the rash act. Dr. Pln-
,,uaril attended him and pumped the
"stuff" out of hiin. He thinks the
man can be saved.
The unfortunate would not give Ins
name < and said that his home was
wherever his liat was. This is all
that is known of him except that lie
te miis to have come from the surround
intf Indian countries.
A MAN MlbSING.
Ills Relatives Think He ll * !*♦• Hilled
tiuTUlUK, Okla. Oct., lii. (Special.]
Mr. S. M. Hudson, from Athens,
Ohio, lain the city in search of his
brother, W. M. Hudson. He has been
missing from home three years and
was in Oklahoma when last heard
frjin. Since coming to the territory,
Mr. Hudson has heard rumors to the
effect that his brother was killed by a
gang of his own companions while out
camping, within the surrounding
country to Guthrie. He has even heard
that such a man had been found and
a coroner's inquest held over his body
in IJuthrie. However, no one seems
to remember any such circumstance
taking place here within the history
of this city. There are several mur-
ders over the territory in which the
bodies were not identified, and this
may be found to be one of them. If
anyone knows any such person, dead
or alive, as W. M. Hudson, they will
. „r««l nn the hrother bv
bringing the information to this office
OlTUniK, okla. Oct. 10.-[Special ]
The Indictment against \V. (.'. Oar
land, of Seward, which was obtained
before the grand jury upon the testi-
mony given by him in his land contest
against Hunt, was quashed before
.Judge Hale in the district court last
Saturday. The question asked in the
testimony in the land contest was if
Garland had ever made homestead en-
try before the present one. lie an
swered, "No." It was proven after
ward that lie had initiated n home-
stead entry in Kansas and this was
thought to constitute perjury. Judge
Dale held that the intent of the ques-
tion was to the effect had he ever com-
pleted a homestead entry, and as Oar-
land had not, he naturally answered,
no. This clears Mr. Oarland of any
FLYNN AT CHANDLER.
ft-vanceitat Moody Wanted In .la| tii.
Mammon, Wis., Oct. 14.—The Aiuer-
Il-uu mission board yesterday decided
not to use the residue of the Otis lega-
cy fund to apply on indebtedness, but
instructed the president to appoint co-
operative committees in Chicago, New
York and lloston to secure larger con-
tributions from churches in their dis-
tricts. The re| ort of the committees
on foreign secretaries indorsed heart-
ily the call extended to Ihvitfht L.
Moody to go to Japan for six months
to do evangelistic work.
Venezuela I'reparliiK for Itclicllinu.
Qakacas, Venezuela. Oct. ii The
government is forcing conscription all
over the country. Work bus been mi
peitdcd on roads and railways, and
even men who were repairing lvidjv>
destroyed by the floods have been
forced Into the army. The govern-
ment is preparing for the inevitable
revolution. Workingmen prefer j i'
ing the rebels to serving lis conscript-,
anil are makiug their way to Arcu and
suing f01! peace.
China Offers to Recognize Corea'i
Independence and Pay Indemnity.
RUSSIANS UN THE
Tom na and I'miei llclng Hloreil **ltli Provi-
sion* n ml War Material* l y tlie l'*a«-*«
• Subject* A lloartl nf Ar-
Nkw York. Oct. I I.—A special dis-
patch from Shanghai says that < hina
issuing for peace through the Hritisli
minister at Tokio. She offers to rec-
ognize the independence of t orca and
pay a large money indemnity. 1 hif
pro|M>sal emanates from Prince K un#
and Li Hung t han?. The Itriti \\ min-
ister. Mr. O'Connor, is waiting for
Japan's reply at Pekin.
A special dispatch from Washington
Kays that the I nited States has been
invited by the quadruple alliance, coin-
posed of (ireat llrituin. France, tier-
many and Russia, to join it in a friendly
intervention in the war between < hina
and Japan, but that the invitation
will be declined 1>ecausc of the time-
honored policy of this government to
avoid any entangling alliances with,
foreign powers. Acknowle Igmcnt is
made of the truth in what the invita-
tion has to say about the desirability
of the restoration of peace, et ■ . but in
the polite language of diplomacy it is
pointed out that this country has so
far thriven very well attending to its
own business and so long as it con-
tinues to prosper by that policy it will
not depart from it.
IIkrmn, Oct 1*. —It is announced
here, in a dispatch from St. Petersburg,
that the Russian troops in the towns,
villages and passes on the t hinese fron-
tier are being greatly reinforced and
that large quantities of provisions and
war material arc constantly arriving
at these places. Everything, it is
added, is being prepared for a forward
movement into ( hina if this should be
decided to be necessary.
a hoard of arbitration.
Paris, Oct. 14. The Journal says that
it learns that a conference of the rep-
resentative powers will soon be held at
Pekin with a view of appointing a
l>oard of arbitrators to settle the war
between China and. Japan.
IS 111 K DISKASK CANCF.lt?
Highest of all in Leavening 1 ■ wtr.
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
jo m. whitney, Groceries.
NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE.
We call each day for your order and deliver goods to any pr
We guarantee the lowest prices and the best satisf
We carry all seasonable catable6.
CALL AND SEt US. Nortf
T. M RICHARDSON,
The Treasury Solicitor Says Counties
Can Issue Bonds for Circulation
AKTKK NAN LEI YEN'S l'ALS.
. 1 lg<
roxiciitInic an Inquiry
f Submarine Ibmtt —
'H lii OSi 1 bouia—
Free of Duty.
II. n.l A. C. Srott Hold Rooking M«t-
Congressman Flynn and H !•. Ar-
tlery returned last night from Chan-
dler, where they held routing meet-
ings Thursday, Frid y anil ftaturday.
lilg and enthusiastic**: rowds came out
at each meeting. Saturday Hon. A.
('. Scott, of Oklahoma City, spolte to u
great gathering. Lincoln county will
go largely republican.
I .ont or Stolen.
On the wagon road, five miles north
up the railroad track, a case of surgi-
cal instruments, or stolen from buggy
in Orlando. Will pay liberal reward
for their return to l)r. Sharp, Orlando,
( klahoma. dlw'J
Home Woolen Mill. «u| ply DraMada.
Nn\ YoHK.Oct. 14. The woolen mill*
still have numerous belated orders for
full goods, but the demand for spring
does not increase, though in nearly all
the low priced products domestic mak-
ers appear able to command most of
the business that exists. Sales of wool
for the week were 4,877,949 pounds
against 3,r.OO,45'i last year, and 7,090.-
IMO in 1892, and prices arc a shade
weaker for fine fleece, Ohio XX selling
at 171 j at Philadelphia, but combing
und territory wool are steady.
A Scandal at St. .lowrph.
Sr. Johkimi, Mo., Oct. 14.—Charge*
have been publicly made against City
Treasurer Joseph Albus of lending the
money of the city treasury, and the
council has ordered an investigation
by a committee of three aldermen.
Albus has been charged with cashing
checks for his brother, .lohn Albus,
when the latter had no money in the
bank on which the checks were drawn,
ami holding them as collateral for the
St. retrmbiiru rhy.lrlan. ll«Mlcve Tlril tlif
l>rei il DUentte A III let* Tlielr lluler.
London. Oct. 14.—A dispatch t > tin
Daily News from llerlin say* that ru-
mors still circulate in St. Petersburg
medical circles that
the czar is suffering
from a cancerous
disease of tin' kid-
neys. It is pointed
out that cancer ha
been hereditary in
the Romanoff fam-
ily since the time <d
Empress Alexan- !
dria. Queen Louise j
of Prussia, the late
Emperor William's j
CZAR of russia. mother, died from
cancer: also her daughter, l.iupic-s
Alexandria. The consort to tin-
grand duke of Leuchtenberg and the
youngest son of the Urand Dike Nik-dai j
Nikolas \titch also died from canoer, I
while it is believed that th • young.--i
daughter of Queen Ol -a « f Wurtemberg
died from the same disease. Physicians
in St Petersburg believe that a conn *> 1
of prominent European specialits will j
beheld at Corfu soon after the czar
WILL WED IN NOVKMIIKR.
Mitrrluge «f the C'*arowlU unci Prince
All* Subl to He Set f« r Next Month.
St. Pktkrsburo. Oct. 14. -Another
report regarding the matrimonial |>i
Washington. Oct. 14.—An important
financial decision has been given by
the solicitor of the treasury. It is in
response to an inquiry whether conn-
tics may lawfully issue bonds of low
denomination*, that can be used for cir-
culation. The request for information
came from Floyd county. ( a.. in a let-
ter addressed to the comptroller of the
currency, and signed by II. (•• ( lurk, a
banker of Koine, of the same state.
Mr. Clark stated that the county com-
missioners of Floyd county propose to
issue a certain amount of county IKinds,
bearing alow rate of interest, in de-
nominations of s.v s;.( and ??« . One of
the purp ises in view in issuing these
bonds was the intention < f using the
same as local currency. Mr. t lark in-
quired whether such action would con-
flict in any way with the 1 nited States
banking laws. The solicitor of the
treasury. Mr. Felix A. Iteeves to
whom the letter was referred by Secre-
tary Carlisle, advised these -rotary that
no statute of the I nited States pro-
hibits the issue of county bonds in anj
denomination. According to Mr. Reeve:
I any county has a right to issue bonds
when not in contravention to the con-
stitution of the state. As to the state
bank tax of 1875, Mr. Reevessayi that
the word "county" is not enumerate!
among the corporations, persons, firms,
associations, state banks or state bank-
ing associations. and. therefore, coun-
ty bonds are not subject to the 10 per
cent, tax Mr. Reeves also held that
the word "notes" could not be regard-
ed as including county bonis, and lr>
was. tiler.'tore of the opinion the pro-
posed issue of county bonds would not
be taxable under the federal statutes.
AFTK.lt VAN I.Kt NT.N S ASSOflATKS.
Washington, Oct. 11.—Steps will be
taken in the 5 ension bureau to mete
out punishment to the remaining mem-
I bers of the boar.Is of pension examin-
i ers involved in the Van Leuvcn frauds.
I Indictments a gainst several of the
i physicians have alroa ly been returned.
I It has been found that one of those in-
i volvc I in the frauds. Dr. Pe.?g. is dead,
' and prosecution of another has been
dropped owing to a Ivance I age and
probably ill-balanced mind. There were
rive boards involved in the corrupt
uv ho Is. an 1 several members of these
vet remain to be prosecuted, probably
half a dozen. The action against them
will probably be based on sections
: .501 and 5,54*1.
The Van Leuvcn frauds are regarded
at the bureau as among the most im
. ortant that have been under investi-
gation. though not involving as much
perjury and forgery as the eases tiled
by Attorney Brown Moore, of Buffalo,
now serving a sentence. The number
of cases tile 1 by Van Leuven probably
rea die> 7>o or ° >). and about one-third
f tiiese have been investigated. Fifty
it it of them, at least, are believed
j o ho fraudulent.
SI i::.! A lilNF. HO ATS.
I WAsmnoton. Oct. 14.—The board of
j mval bureau c'.iicfs is prosecuting
1 to idily an inquiry into the merits of
I .ib nari.i b ..it an I is taking step-, to
, o.-ur • o ie for the navy. The French
I i.ival authorities have been particu-
j •!\- a i.c in experimenting with
\ - ( r aft. They have already built
I >ae that ha* given satisfaction, and
ire now en ra re I in the construction
I of a svml and smaller boat on the
Our naval board now has before it
two designs, an 1 it is only a question
of milking a seleeti >u. Both plans are
of American origin, and each of the in-
. -.itors has aire i ly built an l op-rated
a crude model era ft. These designs
ire sub nitte 1 by the llollan 1 Torpedo
Boat C >. and by the Baker company.
The Holland de dgn had already been
and ftS per cent, own their homes.
NO duty on kx 'ii bits.
Washington, o.-t II Secretary Car-
lislo has issued a circular letter to all
ustoms officials calling attention to
section of the act of August
making an appropriation for a govern
ment exhibit at the cotton states and
international exhibition, to be held at
Atlanta. Oa. The secretary dirt
that so far as practicable the regula
tions which governed the free importa-
tion of articles for exhibition at t-hc
Chicago world's fair shall l i applied to
the cotton states an I international
Cotton tlln Hurtled.
Fort Worth, Tex.. Oct. 14. Advi
has been receive.I hereof the burning
of Uorilon's cotton gin at Oruntburrv
IU miles Moutheast. at <J o'clock vestei
day morning. The pipe lire extinguish
ers running through the building bur
when the steam was turned on aft
the lire broke out in the gin breast
About fifty bale* <-f cotton and a nuin
ber of tons of s 'c 1 were also«lostroyed
The lo.-. is abo.it lo,o:M; no insurance
IS. I I.I. i: I > AT III' IIAK KICKS.
D. C. EICHARDHON, T
T. M. RICHARDSON & SONS.
PERRY, CHER0KFE STRIP, OKLA.
All Business Guaranteed by Our
Ij\DIYll)«7IIx <- l<EgPON$IBIIiIVY * $208,600
Wines, Liquors and Cigai
of the best Imported
will lie Found at this
ELEGANT RESORT 4#
The best equipped in Oklahoma—over the liar or for Family Use, in Packages
of Any Size. The Liquors sold at
report regarding the matrimonial pro.- [ examine 1 and approved, but
peets of the ezarowitz is in circulation [ ^ 1,:1 vin._r been entered
here. It is now stated that the heir fllt. eompetition, a final decision
apparent to the throne of ltnssla will , , iu,t.n withheld pending the exaini-
Out* ^crKi'Hiil NenilK h lliilli-t Tlirougli An
Bikfalo. N. Y.. Oct. 14,—Sertft
Thomas Marriott, of company A of tin
Thirteenth reyiment of the regular
array, murdere I First Ser^t. Kdjfar 1
Shuler. of the same company, yester-
day morning at the Fort l'orter bar
rack i. The regiment arrived hero only
last we *k from Fort Bono, Ok. The
men had been in the western country
for many years. They oft n returned
to the barracks in an int xicated con-
dition. and Marriott had been particu-
About 11 o'clock yesterday morning
Shuler was in the ollicers' cjuarters
making out a report. Marriott's room
opened into this office. Shuler heard
the click of a rifle being cocked and
asked his clerk w hat it meant. Before
the clerk could answer the door bf -
t. vtru iTie to" i'"'in.nio sr«i-
riott walked in. He had in his hand a
4.Voaliber Sprinprfield rifle. lie ad-
vance toward Shuler. who was too sur-
prised to move. Marriott drew the
rifle to a firing position and approached
Shuler until the gun was within ! feet
of his stomach and tired. The bullet
wont clear through Shuler and into
the wall, carrying with it blood and
• There." said Marriott, "I'm done
with him now." Then he returned to
his room, laid down and was sleeping
peacefully when he was arrested and
placed in the guard house. Shuler*^
wound i-> necessarily fatal.
Shuler and Marriott are each about
45 years old, and have each seen hard
service in the west for twenty years.
Marriott has a wife and «-months-old
child at Fort Leavenworth, and the
victim has a wife ;wid three children
here. It was Ifliown the men had a
grudge of long standing whicli they
had once threatened to fight out while
at Oklahoma. Marriott will be turned
over to the civil authorities.
A Denver (iUmbllnsj Dpii K:*I.I*hI.
Dknvkii, Col.. 0*1. II. At an early
hour to-day three maske 1 men entered
Sara YarneU's gambling rooms and
flourishing revolvers commanded the
half dozen men in the place to throw
up their han.ls. Tii y eimpliei and
the bandits seized all the money i«
sight. They got abmt ?li
State I.iWrurkoi Deail.
Topkka,-Kan., Oct. 14. Hamilton J.
Dennis, state librarian since issi. died
last night after suffering for six weeks
from hemorrhage of the brain due to
overwork. He was ;YS years of age.
He was born on a farm near Adrian,
Mich., graduated from Michigan nni-
rsltv in 18,"i9 at the head of his class,
studied law and came to Kansas, lo-
cating at Leavenworth, lie was soon
afterward elected county clerk and
was then chosen i^lerk of the court and
city clerk. In 18S1 he was appointed
state librarian by the supreme court
aud came here.
'lighest Honors—World's Fair.
ForPurttyand Ago are not Excelled, It Equalled In the Country.
Convenient Side ltooms and Courteous I
) Sixth Street East
( Side Squaref
J. V. N. CHICORY, Proa.
V. C TALBERT,
P. W- FARRAR, Caahlcr.
- - - $50,000
N. 0RB00RY, P. W. FARRAR, V. C. TALBERT.
0E0. 8. HARTLEY, J. T. LAFFERTY
This Bank has tlic laicsi impruvca safe
work. Also a fire proof vault.
THE GENTLEMAN'S PLACE.
ONLY THE FINEST PROCURABLE WHISKIES.
AND OTHER LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
The Only Rabat Bohemlam Beer and the beat Equipped
Billiard and Pool Hall in the City
THJE TI]HF EXCHANGE.
Sixth Street, Between C and D St, Perry, OklaJ
apparent to the throne of Kussia will , been withheld pending the exami-
aecompany the czar from 1/ivadia to , nation « f its plans. Tii« IummI wnnhl
(Jorfif, and from that island the
czarowitz will proceed to Darm-
stadt, from which place he will
return to Russia with his fiancee.
IVincess Mix of Hesse. and
the (Jrand Duke and (.rand Ouclie
nation « f its plans. The board would
like very much to construct one of
each typo for purposes of comparison,
were the lo.ool) available appropria
linns sufficient to do so.
no mojito auks in oklahoma.
nit" .« •*« WASHINGTON, tri. it —.All huuiiku
Serjfius. of Russia, her brother-in-law i pn)of s|u. .t „f the forthcoming census
and sinter. It is added that the wed-1 jn jn rt. r.u. j to ownership and
diii}f will probably take place at tlu
beginning of November, the supposi-
tion being that the ceremony is boin-
hastened on account of the pressure j
brought to bear upon the czarowitz by ^ ^
his father, who is desirous in view of j , 1
bulletin in regard to ownership and
debt in Oklahoma shows that Okla-
h una was organized as a territory May
is: :>. an 1 when the census was taken
June I of that year, no farm or home
bv the owner was found
ma loiiiu, | . , | under incumbrance. It is found that 5
his approaching death, of having the j oent. „f the farm families hire, and
marriage take place as soon us pqpsi- ^ (). oent. own the farms cultivated
ble, as in the event of bis demise the ( ^ tjUMn The facts for homes are tha
union of the czarowitz would be po>.« COnt. of the home families hire
ivtnod for at least a vear. |
Saddl Rock Restaurant
Meals15c Day Board per Week S3.00. i
Oysters served in all Styles.
All Seasonable Eatables.
B. P. Howell, Prop,
South of Land Office, on C St.,
PERRY. 0. T
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
4C YEARS THE STANDARD.
the Palace Restaurant.
Corner 6th and D St.
Meals Clean and Well Cooked
Oysters Served in all Styles.
lnrp[Mllnrl«H nt Fulton, In.
Lyons in . Oct. 14.—Last nig-lit hicen
diaries followed up their work lit Ful
ton by setting Hra to the buildings o
the Fulton Trotting Park association
One barn was totally destroyed. Jamei
1). Mulich, a stranger, was arrested or
the grounds anil one man ran awaj
und was tired upon by the police bu
escaped. There is \>elieved to l>e I
iranir of incendiaries in this section.
1'Ttti 1)111 HUterp* Now Riithbone Si.tfir*.
Kansas City, Mo., Ojt. 14.—.ludgt
Si'iirritt made n decree to-day chang-
ing the name of the Pythian Sisters ol
the World to the Rathbone Sisters ol
the World. The change of nam,' wai
applied for on account of a ruling bj
the supreme lo Ige of the Knights o:
Pythias, prohibiting members of th«
order from belonging to any other or
gaui/.ation with a similar name.
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