The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 26, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 16, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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Some Problem o! Today.
There are four great problems be-
fore the American peop.c today for
C'tnumirUj of LKtlltU*
prejudices or th" < "f ^,r ' °un*
try from which he ha "• 1 l'r« ju<
and revenge mutt be from
Neither hive we much regard for a
oiiu who tioutk foraotrtaln party and
vet. were he asked, codd not explain
why he believed io any one of the
basic principles of that party
takes thought and investigation to
G. A. KORfch
r ,r f.l r L' «
l*bd oflct lar v4 u
J W JOHM80N'
M. Ol iKillCt"
turUof tbr Territory
aii«i tb* r«4*ralU«.iU a>*o lb the 1 * LadJ
of tti* tLe Interior U*-
CLE ASSIST OF POLITICS
Politics is supposed to be the science
make a Ifood eltUen; and the partisan, j WiUjmciie. .•
if he BUM t" bt a fOOd i HIW '■ "iuhl
be able to give a reason for the faith
tuat ii in him. We have in trie south
men who could not be raised from the iirt*r*ur*-* by pcrulMlWi T.
.v .. The a Hon*. B nk -rw Frrrv O '1
democratic party with a derrick Bauii,oki%i oBi ,cu>
moss on the back of this Kind of a man
He loves to tell of
rn« • III MorrU IIlor*• «*' u h *«t 7tk *1.
itmr l~ u<l tilt.' r.
p.cuylnethatifth. v faU of a nomina- ^^XficT'ind tradition* of hi.
I tion, the party and t
of government, but some of the lend- j *Urt«l "lickety brfndlt
ers of all parties ^em to think it th.- ' <■" "nd.-r.tand that parties are
lion, the partj and the country U matter what his party in
started "licketv bfindlf to hell. Such P ^ ^^ ^ ^ maeU u
pRANK B. CPOSTHWAITE,
1120 r St. N W Washii /t .n
science of obtaining office. Men hunt- made to p«t men into office, but that
es in l*,e object decent and beneficial
jn parties must be the promotion of good
WILHEMISA, QUfcEN OF HOLLAND.
H*yr -te-J from th* i*t*«t |>~v. of t& • ri ru er of tS « .s>lt *r ad« who 11
f t*rt of | wa Au| -•>: 41
Heirs of an Iowa Pioneer Propose to
Sue for 15.000 Acres
ing office are as thick as mosquitoc
a Mississippi bog. The only a'.in
life of many seems to be to becoint
public charge Some of them care no
mor about principle than a calf does
f<r Christmas Th -yare for the party
which is most likely to elevate them
to a public position. Pelf, not patri-
otism. is their chief consideration.
Any kind of office, they think, is better
than none. Their aspirations art
assuaged. They start high and are
willing to end low, if there in a living
in it for the least possible amount of j «■>-"' The 0r t duty «t. party i> to
govt rninent and the betterment of the
people. Parties are made for the good
of the country, not for the special
good of certain individuals. The idea
that parties owe their leading adher-
ents something is a fallacy: if the
party has been any benefit to the
country, the obligations are all on the
*e *asilv ' "M*e t*1* people who have benefitted
thereby. Parties owe individuals
nothing; the country at laige every-
The Mount H« rrl l'rr l jtfrl«n < horrh
Acta A|>lnit tlie Notr.l Orator The
Keiootal of tli* .l*r*U-C ooklln
AnriQtl K*|>ort « f I ornntl*«l« n# r I < l.r. ri 1 I l""'
lui'i for ivn.h.i.. i m.i. <.! «••«/ of | (|a„ js many of thta elm of
\vT™!T'T\Ao'°,*14 -The rep.,rt of scoundrels are doing much of the
rommUMoner of Pension* Ix>chren for partisan shouting. They ar.- loud in
the fix-al year endetl June 30. has proclamations of party fealty, and
U « D submitted to the secretary of the sittppjng their inanly hearts with a
interior, and the following abstract wi(U..op<.u pallIli ^Wethemseiveacredit
bsi been riven oat for publication: . . . ._m
v.-...•<./« .ut.-. .be numt-T for purity of •hara, ter. c.!o,sal bra.r.s
I . - • Jim I ISK3 - ■ r- and the mosl honora >> disinterest-d
itnc the year new pen*loner* were k1<1 -<1
t .• • 37161 wpre dropped for Ueatl. purpose-.
c-.-i-r rause, and previously dropped
• ' ^ ' TheLandDep.irtm.-nt
. ***> ~ ■rHgaasjjagarvaa: a
Kah for Jeff Daeli WM r v j Contest DivWOM 1 lOllell yotf bu^i-
land!" The grKxl of this republic as ! neHJj untj guarantee aatiafaction
« hu no part la ^ ANM-N. WVNM.
or nr.walhed and any man whoque* AttOmeyat LaW.
tions why he belongs to it is a dastard j
and a fool.
We are sorry that in the north many ^ ^ ^ ^
republicans belong to their party be- j
their father* were republicans or Ik*- ... m _
Q RENCLE 6l WALKER,
to analyz- the principles of their PhySlCiail & SmgeOnS
Will practice in all th Territorial and
United Mates court-
Perry. Ok la.
look to the exaltation of the nation
and with this will come the better t4
Nine-tenths of, «• llone*U-v ^termme as a
,-nt of all mankind
office in the City I rutr Sfire. North
, nroduct of reasun whether the princi- | si,ie Square llr Walker sleep- over
very party never held a I ^ _ f„r tl,i 1 the store. I.r Brenifle at residence.
CorxciL Hi.t'pm, la.. Oct 14. -Two
hundred civil s'.iit*> will be filed SClt
week by the heir> « f the lat - John Ir-
win. to recover 1 acres ut land in
western Iowa value<l at In
the early Vj's. John Irwin an active,
vigorous man from Oli. . am-- here
and began entering land «>n military
bounty warrant-. lie gat here 1 up a
mas* of patent*.. • *•. urin/ th title to
many acre-*, and then vttle I back into
a life of inactivit . •- far a^ his right-*
to the property were r.mcerne t
Broken in mind, be SWI1U to have pai I
little or no attention to business and
in the course of time thes** thousands
of acres hirn and were
sold iortena From theee tsi deed*
other transfers were made and new
owners settled upon the farms and im-
provements have gone on. There are
about (8,000acres bivolfed, embracing
some of the choicest land in Iowa,
scattered along from Missouri to Min-
re re tor?J to tta
rj- iooer- upon the r
IM\. The numb
ted durinif the
une l*"> was
was HJ2I3, and
These men are sty!
In the days of Rome a
a pretty respectable
stood npon the str<
rt corners, pro-
the inen of
public office, and never expect
the party who subsist on individual
energy and till the various private vo-
bulwark of the | P""3 di^ an'' l" ' ra
sections to give thought to the para-
mount needs of the republic, and in
country and all the people in it
the duty of every
to discourage this narrow partisan
It is I ' orner I) and Ninth streets
eatimis of life, are th«
republic and the bone and sinew of
the political parties. The masses i
1 Jial oasting their ballot to think only of the
which contains most good for the in-
~j"j j dividual and the nation. \N" under
: (J iiy I IHOI there were umlis- ... ... _„ « , ...
f and in different stage- in pr-paratlon • laimcd new law* and interpreted | the proper application
In other words, machinery run smoothly that all men
and alvaneement c
reiM to the anoaot
?«claini"s original" widows depend- i
er.V' ^r*- on ; ^half of i>ers HH not already on
| the rolls Th -*e claims 'ave some recently
n.' d h tve l^et-n examined more thin oic* and
f- 'jnd larkin* tn entential evidence They are
the'ume ca>e4 that aave comedown through
'.he past year<
TU - fact t referred that under th«- lawn the
' allowaru-et decreased from 50,177 in l*7 J to
•j W77 ten year^ later. The arrears act brought
in a large number of new claims, increasing
the allowance- and the disunity art <>f Jtiri -
_T 1K>J caused 1*9.797 claim- to be fllej the
next year ** most of thiss elates ecrc mcri*
• ! -irnpl * u- to proof ui «l :r that law
and under order IS4, which
l>eyond the law arul ratej disabili-
ties a- if of the nervlce origin, the w<,rk
wa easy and an expert examiner could glan<-.
over th«- pai>--rs and allow fifty or rnor - in a
day. Most of the force of special examiners
were called in md put at this work I>ifncult
j i-.-- u.': SQab s were lacking in proof or
should have impressed upon them .
(food principles are powerless in the , ^ of this natlon "d " . „s
hands of bad men. Through public "dual in it. no matter where he aw
offices the policies are applied to the or what his vocat.on. The past of a
m:ii*lii„"-rv of (government. To have P ty is like the reeord of,. •
1 have the merely an auffury of his future, a rec-
ommendation or a «*en6ure: but no part\
is for jM-nsions and for t,^em for the people. In other words
,t of cik • ., i.r wh .. xvas instructor of the people, j have an equal opportunity for the good
In these days a demagogue is a howl-' things of life, the best men of the
ing dervish, and himself the only lord community and of the country should
in his decalogue. He does nothing ex- be given the places of publi; trust. . . th^ir
cept from self interest, while declar- j Men soon come to understand that Part% or the man w m
ing that the public good is his only politics is a losing business. They see
thought. Publicly, the emoluments , that. after all. there is nuch s^lf sac-
of offl-'c are but chaff, mere incidents rill -e in it—and all for an honor which
may be great today and vanish tomor-
row. An honest man seldom goes into
an office and comes out of it financially
as well off as when he went in. It
often costs liira half the salary to get
in and the balance of it. and perhaps
and no man can afford to sit down and
attempt to live on a glorious record.
The demands of the present and the
future must be met and solved if the
catness and broaden their glor\ .
all thfl •■ml4 t'aou aim-t at tby cou
in his disinterested desire to be ele-
vated by the people. His talk is con-
stituted to tickle the public ear. It is
the appreciative shouts of the people
that he yearns for. Deception is his
chief stock in trade. He is for any-
thing to get into olHce, and when he
more, to stay in and maintain the sup-
That we differ in politics is a strong
element of progress. The clashing of
minds, more than the clashing of sa-
bers or the plowing of bullets, has
made the world's civilization. Force
is a dangerous arbiter. As men apply
neaota. Irwin died several months ago suspicious in respect t merit, or requiring
and his heirs have got hin papers ar- special examination^were passed over and now
ranged so that the suit* can be betfjia
ft KM KIN HI DO K HU S I'K SliE l>.
Pahs* Ky., Oct 14 W C.P. Breck-j
inridge has been suspended from com- j
iuunion by Mount lloreb church in
Lafayette county. The pastor of the
church, I lev. Charles T Thomson, gives
constitute a larjye purt of the cases coming up
Now claims of all kinds have fallen off from
WSI.TVj. in 1<M. to to 11* In 1H04. th<- fact belar
that original claims for pensions under the ex-
isting laws are substantially akin and the hulk
if new < to na in f ir IsoitiM or for widows
and dependants The old cases on which the
most of the work is expended are. as stated
difficult case* In which proof Is defective
horse sense" to the affairs of life,
gets in is against everything that he posed dignity of the position. For | force becomes less and less in demand,
got in on. lie works on passion and th's reason too many good men shrink The grandest thing of America to-
prejudice, and eschews reason as he from seeking public office. The sturdy lla% jls exalted Intellect. It c«
would a pestilence. He garlands his oaks to select from are not so numer- pCnds more for the education of its
oratory with flowers of speech and ous as they should be: but there is pe0pie than any nation in the world,
decorates it with tapestry and brie a- never a lack of crooked, scrubby tim- j j'his is the reason its civilization Is the
brae: and when it is boiled down it is ber.
found to be nothing but atmosphere,
lie hunts for statistic! only to distort
them, and a fact which does not coin-
cide with the particular ism by which
he is attempting to ''work the people,
has no charm for him. The demagogue
To serve one's countrv and to serve
! highest. This is the reason the broad-
! est scope is given to individual opin-
the Kentucky i'itiwn the following lacking, requiring careful consideration or re-
. . . j 11 , , , f ti hnrrdi- j>eated examination as any new pleceof evi-
ntatement of the action of the thun h. iftnce u flJed
or as often as the condition and
"On last Sunday morning at the Mount ; ^talUh 0f the case Is furnished to the claimant
Horeb church the pastor read publicly ' ,,r his attorney or to a member of congress.
the action of the church concerning Col. | The answers to congressional calls alone ex- | j ^ most dangerous element that
... ,. ,, , • j,... i.. reeded 95.00 J within the year Nearly as care-
\\. (. 1. Breckinridge. . # •• « ruj an examination la required in each of thes.
to thein a confession of his guilt arm j caM.s us woUid have been necessary to adjudi-
asked the prayers and love of his breth-j cate the cas«- if the evidence were complete
rrn in leariiriL' a ( hristian life The ] With the clans of writ on hand the utm i-t
. / .. ,,v 1 diligence on the part of the office force could
unanimous decision of the oft.. rs uas not"pro<)u<,c „ lari(„ omplU ,.crtlBl.all.,
that while accepting his repentance as .j.hp amount paid for pensions during the
sincere and heartfelt the great pub- vear was fi3J.ft>M6l leaving a balance In the
l'citv of the sin demanded vune public I treasury of ♦*-'"> *i0.* .7l3 of the appropriation.
1 Much dishonesty nud fraud, mainly attrib-
uted t> unscrupuiou* claim agents, was un-
, r<i\ep'd and there were 171 conviction> In the
Cnited State* courts within the year for i en-
I s on frauds, perjuries and forgeries.
it well is the noblest action of human t >at from the friction of minds
life. To ,lo this requires patriotisn, -ver the problems of theda, .ae ol„d
, , , , • 1 \f the highe>t s.Mfiice of government and
and manhood of a superior order. Men lMC K .
who are failures in private life are
not the ones to select for successes in
public life though there are a few
conspicuous examples of men who. in
private business, could not keep the
wolf from the door, yet in statesman-
action, so he was suspended from t'le
sacraments till i-ebruar. i II'1 >. I
law of the I'resbytei Kin tdiuridi book
ofeburchorders,para raph 158 indefi-
nite. Suspension is to b administered
when the credit of the religion, honor
of Christ an 1 the goo 1 of th-member
demand it. even th >u/h he may have
given satisfaction to the court.
I'll A I'.o KS OF FltAl'l* M.M K.
Nf.w Vokk. Oct. II A new applica-
tion on ladialf of Kli* tbatli ii.irin'tt. of
Bristol. Kng.. was filed in the United
States circuit court yesterday for the
removal of the receivers of the .larvis-
( onklin Mortgage Trust < o.. on charges
of fraud allege I to have been discovered
by the examination of the company s
books, which has been going on for
some time under the court's directions.
In making the application tin; attorney
for Mrs. Garnett said it had been found
that the receivers on the day of their
appointment appropriated *T.'.00> for
their own use and converted £180,000 of
the legitimate assets into other chan-
Counsel objected to the appointment
of J. C. Willets Vt be receiver in place
of S. M. .larvis. which was made Thurs-
day by Judge Lacomb.
Ht. .fonepir* Beer War hi iii On.
St. Johkimi. Mo.. Oct. 1 . Kepresenl*
ativesof breweries in other cities have
been in St. Joseph several days, and
meetings have been held with a view
of reaching an agreement on the price
of beer, which has been going steadily
down since the war was commenced.
No agreement was reaehe I and the war
will go on.
Iowa Farmer*' Alliance.
Df.h Moi.nks. la., Oct. ll The state
meeting of the Farmers* Alliance and
Jndustriul union closed yesterday. I lie
reports of the officers sliowe I that the
organization is losing ground in the
state. Many local alliaiicesare forfeit-
ing their charters.
Head From Wounds by Thug*.
HT. JoHKi'H, Mo, Oct. 14.—Oliver
Haynes. a country youth who was as-
saulted by thugs a few nights ago. is
dead, as the result of the injuries he
received. It is believed that he wa«
l.lfe Imprisonment for s.v
San Fiianci.hco. Oct. ii Judge Wal-
lace sentence 1 John Joy to life im-
j prison incut yesterday for robbery under
the habitual criminal act. Joy robbed a
man of $•">. This was the third penalty
of the kind imposed by Ju l,rc Wallace
this week. #
TKAI .\-WKKCRI >'< MTKIKKKH.
I our Men Arretted for a Deadly C rime In
llatlle Creek, Mieh.
Hatti.f. ('hkkk, Mich., Oct. 14.—The
parties suspected of wrecking the ( hi-
cago iV (trand Trunk train here on the
morning of July 10, during the strike
excitement, killing Fireman Crow and
injuring about twenty persons, have
been arrested They are Stanley
Knowles, John llodwig, (Jeorge W.
Johnson ami K. M. Jewett. Knowles
had had positions on the road as part
of the plan for the capture. Finally
the detectives cornered him and ex-
torted a confession that the crime was
committed while the men were desper-
ate over the strike and their failure to
prevent the trains from running.
Jewett ad llodwig are held in Chicago
ami will be brought here. The other
tWo are held in hiding here by the
Colorado Homo Ownership.
Washington, Oct. II The eensu?
bulletin iu regard to farm and home
ownership in Colorado shows that *<i.:i'.
percent, of farmers own their places
and that only -X.4H per cent, of then;
arc incumbered. Only 40.30 percent,
own homes in the cities, and of these
: • 7u percent, arc burdened by incum-
brances, the average of which is 81,r>83.
In Denver 29.11 per cent, own home*
valued, an at average, at $0,544.
Crushed lien eat h a Ton of Hock.
Huntington, Intl., Oct. 14.—Calvir
Highland, a young man of Markle, wa?
crushed to a pulp yesterday afternooi
by a block of stone weighing nearly *
ton. The block was being raised by u
derrick when a chain became twisted
ever struck at a nation's heart. W hen
a demagoge rides into office, he imme-
diately becomes the boss and the peo-
ple the slaves. The old idea of the . , . „
fathers of the republic, first declared sl P tlie ZCI"th: but ln a11
by (Jeorge Washington, that the peo-,thesc werc *iant braiDS "n'' suPerb
Die are the employer and the offlcit) 1 cl 'iuenee, patriotism and honesty
the servant, has been remodeled 1; | The men who can most safely be given
, . i the bestowals of a political p;;rtv are
it is the shame of the American peo-1
pie that thev allow these unprincipled U"''r °" n
rapscallions to influence their minds hacks and worn-out
antl their ballots for causes and for tlu <.ountr\ ai l riic • «..8 , as ,rood a citizen and just as hou-
| ble who are always clamoring for pub- ^
f exalted opportunity for the individ-
Libert} of thought and freedom of
speech are the chief promoters of every
good. Truth is the thing to be arrived
at. and no one man can grasp aM the
bearings of it.
So we have no crow to pick with the
stand that the people's party has a sort
of secret understanding that their
members shall attend no meetings
and read no papers except those
of their own particular party.
This is an indication of extreme-
ly small partisanship and very
narrow citizenship Do they think
their beliefs so unstable that the aver-
age orator or the average paper of the
opposition can knock their pins from
under them and destroy their fealty to
the people's party?
TKI.KC.K \rilir IIKKVITIK-i.
Ex-President Harrison is on a cam-
paigning tour iu Indiana.
Chairman Taulnmeck, claims the
populists will elect their state ticket in
City Treasurer Jo.-eph Albus, of St.
Joseph. Mo., is charged w ith lending
the city's funds.
Jacob Kitz. a Swede, was accident-
ally killed in a quarry in Toad-a-Loup,
I Jeorge Johnson, a farmer 6 miles
north «.f WolHnfrton Kan was ffnred
to death by a bull.
R. A. Hilton, of Kinporia. Kan., was
fatally injured while riding <>n a Santa
Fe passenger train.
j The city authorities of Pittsburg.
I Kan., are waging a war of extermina-
tion on the gambler-
The New York city republicans have
indorsed the municipal ticket selected
by the committee of seventy.
Oelrich l'feiffer. while asleep on the
railroad track near Sedalia, Mo., was
run over by the cars and fatally in-
Fifteen hundred soldiers and 900
school children took part in a soldiers
reunion parade at HI Dorado, Kan., on
the l .'th.
The committee appointed to investi-
men who differ with us in opinion, if > ^atc the Chicago strike will not report
that opinion coincides with law and ; ^ j j-e>ident Cleveland until the middle
good order. AH we have a right to ask |
the men who have been successful in ! "A" thp-v thoroughly honest in th- j
The old political opinions they advanee. 1 eeause a
financial failures differs from you in public po
• rife among the rab ! '' no reason why he may not be
The idea that there is something
men which mean the degradation of
politics and the impoverishment of the i ' c 1 • •'V"iti >n.
l( ! The idea tha
I wonderfully intricate in the affairs of
Politics must be cleaned up: and the ! government. i> a mistake. The gov
people must do the cleaning. The j ernment is only the enlargement of a
stamp of disapprobation must be put
upon every hypocrite. The man who
does not belong to his party through
principle al ne should be given a
swift kick in the pants and driven
from the party forever. The men
who, striving for public office, and
failing to get it suddenly discover
p ivate business, and the same frugal-
ity. care and ' horse sense" which will
'vaken man successful in his own bus
.less will make him a success as the
administrator of the affairs of the
people. The same business lawsj'l,s
which apply to the individual will ap-
ply with equal force to the county, or
est a man as
Every man should remembe
there is more than one side to every
question, and in order to arrive at
which is the best policy, he must exam-
ine all sides. The good lawyer, when
he goes into a case, first examines the
that the principles of the party to the state, or the nation.
which they have adhered are danger- '11"' privates of every party have a
ous, rotten and untenable, should be patriotic duty to perform in the selec
herded off in a party to themselves tion of men as leaders who have inl-
and made to understand that that kind questioned characters, men of pure
of cattle cannot rule this republic, or public and private life, of broad and
even a small part of it. liberal spirit, of ability and candor,
To seek public office is a laudable men the chief component of whose be- j
ambition if you have the purity of ing is a deep-rooted principle. A party
evidence of the opposition, and then. J lcj,j for whisky through ini-dakt
reine inhering thot the strong p ;ints of
will sustain themselves, he
hunts foi ballast for the weaker
points: and. knowing both sides of tin
case, goes into it thoroughly prepared
to combat the one with the other. So
it should be in polities. The man who
cists a careless vole a vote not
based upon an intelligent belief that
it is for the belt ; overnment for him-
self, his neighbor ami for all the peo-
ple, is a public menace.
great many men seem so hide-
haracter, the fertility of brain and is largely what its leaders make it. j Uo„nt| -in p„rtjSBn prejudices that they
the general fitness to
which you aspir
self ami to your
that "the otlice should srek the man
Like the coquettish maiden, the otfic
the otti e t These leaders formulate the platforms
ire, creditably to your- and erect the .policies. No party with | ^ meetin- of
• r country. bud leaders can give goo,I government. ' c]. |o ,host
faith in the purist idea The stamping out of unPrmc,Plo<l | and avoi(j those whii
the best blood and brain of this coun-
The encampment of the First national
fuar l. which was to have la-en held at
)ttawa. Kan., the commencing week
has been postponed.
Two highwaymen robbc 1 an express
car on the Richmond A I'otoinac rail
road near tjuantico. Ya.. of a large
sum of money, probably s".0.0 X).
-Bill" Adler was indicted by the
grand jury at Kansas I ity. Mo., for the
murder of Post Ottice Inspector Jesse
T. McClure at Kansas! ity on Carnival
A druggist at I'attonburg. Mo., gave
Martin Meserver a farmer, carbolic
hit with a htt^,;f^ ",;raLm^r."s,|.uU I Highland went underneath to straight
W(Jnnd ... his left tern e an the sk .11 | * thl. ,.huin broke, dropping th,
He is still alive, bill
had been penetrated by some sharp in-' en it and the
. wii.if.ifi llieks and Frank j stone upon him.
•trument. William Micks ami rra a cruslied that he cannot live
Miller are under arrest.
think it a saerileg ■ to be caught in a
of the opposite faith,
those ideas they have
urn. u.u.u ........ ..hich other men have,
leaders and the replacing of them by ] ^ ^ ^ ^ Wr wllh tliemselve8|
and desirous of making themselves
good citizens, should the opportunity
light down on men who arc shallow, every American sovereign. offer lll(4J. woui,\ encourage that
worthless and unreliable. If a man | More pr-1IICiple mnf,t be injected into | wliich is likely to throw light upon
thinks himself capable of hi,ing an,^..^ ]>u|Uil-s is nothing if not every side of the questions agitating
principle. The offices are the inci-! the people, 'lo become properly in-
dents, merely the vehicles through formed should be the aim of every
which to transport to success the prln- man. lie should attend every political
ciples advocated by the victorious meeting which lie can conveniently
party. We admire a man who belongs get to. no matter what its persuasion.
All parties have noble, respected ! to any party or advocates any cause ' lie should give a respectful hearing to
men who seek public office. Such men 1 through honesty of conscience and everything said and should carefully
are the same partisans, howevt r, re- elevated purpose, but we have no re-
ward or no reward, and their purposes sped for a man who belongs to any
are loyal and exalted. They do not party because of its traditions, its
office, and he craves it, let him come
out and submit his merits to the light
of investigation, that the people may
select wi h a full knowledge of what
read the different phases presented of
all political problems, that he may
honestly arrive at a conclusion as to
Meserver died within ten minute
R \V. Latshaw and William H.
Brown, justices of the peace in Jack-
son county Mo., were indicted by a
grand jury at Kansas City for malfeas-
ance of ottice.
A jury in San Francisco found Mrs.
Ada NVeiner guilty of murder in the
second degree, but the judge declared
she was guilty of murder in the tirst
degree and censured the jury for its
An electric ear ou the Arinotirdale
branch of the elevated railway, in Kan-
sas City. Kan., ran away on the south
approach to the Seventh street viaduct
in Arinotirdale Saturday morning and
a score of passengers were slightly and
four seriously injured.
It is said Brazil will enter large
damage suits against the United States
as a result of the abrogation of reci-
procity treaties by the new tariff bill. T
The claim will not be made by Brazil
as a government, but by individual im-
porters of Brazilian goods.
(Hearing house returns for the prin-
cipal cities of the United States for the
week enled October I'-i showed an
average incrcas. as c > n ire 1 with the
corresponding week last year of 21.0:
In Now York the increase was *8; out*
aide New York the in.vjavj w as 5.5.
Fnllureft of the Week.
Nkw York, Oct. 14 —llradstreet's re-
ports the total number of business fail-
ures in the United States this week ~'3H,
wgainst 315 last week, 400 In the week
u your ago and 191 two years ago.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 26, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 16, 1894, newspaper, October 16, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116542/m1/4/: accessed March 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.