The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 57, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 21, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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Many Worth.per# Nearly Asphyxiated
by Natural Gas.
AN i LL BILLET KEMoVED.
A Irterau Had i arrled It |u Hi* Hmt for
lhirt> Vrtra Mctitiuf Ferry's Oc-
'■ptlioa Ta* %n OflMr shot
1 tiruu^h (he l.jr.
Rah Uuiwuii, Ot, Nov, .a — si«
persons ;i - in a critical condition in
' • ' I fr.>in the cf-
f« ts til . aping natural gas at the
NTOml Methodist Episcopal church |
>unds\ night Many more were over-
c "in* Imi! ; r t ||p||tl4 to recoVcr. A
ii*- w heater ha«i been put into the church
ia-t week and a joint in the natural
gsa pipe oadi r Uw ti-•« r I.a.I bus left
in a defective condition. From this
U. M. WHITNEY
in the most s« r
Mr Marsli. an aged widower, will
t RHNCH MONUMfcSI IO THK BICVCI.h.
, I .IWIMII«IHi«li wMtrt iMiMmll ta Plm MMmi
• ... iluayliUMto MitabK|^rnakilit |MnKl«Miomti .. iimnnii ,u
h* f" itf-nuit-ei: . t .r... -i„ .1,1 1. ... ti.- t 4
. . 1 •* • >«• I. !..* .(.trl.t.1.4- ti*. • .... I'., t- . .1
' r . ■ V 1 Uv ' stand ut flar-le-Imc. lu the department uf the M--
b«tite (uvd of the ii<vfqtur>
May Kaudall. recovery
Jessie I'andall. recover
his head a
da.m.UiElt l!\ i'ikk.
The Courthouse of Shelbyville, III., Is
ASSESSMENT I'.uoks HI I'.NEI)
A Man Marie* I3,OOU«uiI Soiue I ultiiowu
Person Kmirrfrta Ii The Deadly
folding Med I eeil Ware-
> recover; Miss
v doubtful; Hev. I
pastor, recovery doubtful. ;
•( i JII 1.1.1 1 m.xiovh u.
la.. .Nov. u. For thirty
>ackett. >>f A-lair county.
• f tin* civil war. carried iu
ittinie hall weighing nearly
it never liothered him un-
slll i.hi VII I I .
day morning at
covered iu the t
111.. \m. ,'ij.—Yester-
•1)o'clock tire was dis-
uuiity clerk's office of
The tire originated in
tile north n. in. which i- just south of
and adjoining to the treasurer's office.
The building was erected in 1 7 at a
cost of £1 ou.oou, and was almost fire-
proof. J lw flame- however, entirelv
destroyed one room, together with all
its contents, and almost ruined the
rooms on the north and south, and the
long hall on the west. The (greatest
loss saw to the building, I the burn*
illy of lbsiimmot'ibook*,a1l of which, j
except those • f ««ix townships, are de- I
stroyed. All the probate fee books,
delinquent tax and treasurer's books '
•ire safe. A meeting of the board of
supervisors will be called immediately
to arrange for u new assessment of the
fifteen townships, the books of which
were burned. The origin of the fire is
thought to have been from the steam-
heater. The loss is estimated at *
000; no insurance.
Ills III It IK D TKKAHI/KK STOI.I.V
Sours, Mich.. Nov. .'0. —Luke Sharia
had spent all his life in amassing
money. During the panic of 1*9.1 he
drew *1 l.OOO from the bank and buried
it in the ground near his woodshed.
Every little while he would dig it up
and count it. and then rebury it. Yes-
terday he wanted to feast his eyes on
its yellow heauty. and he went to dig
it up. Nearly crazy, he came into
town to explain that some one had
been before him. and that all his money
had gone. The police are doing their
utmost to find Sharia's gold, but there
is little hope of recovering it.
THK DKADI.Y FOLDING IJKIl.
Locihvillk. Ky., Nov. A folding
bed in Mrs. II. h. Mitchell's boarding
house, 300 East Hroadway. closed on
two young women at an early hour
yesterday morning and injured one of
them, Miss Nellie Mitchell, so seri-
ously that it is feared she will die.
The other lady. Miss Lcra Summers,
of Barren county, here on a visit, was
not badly hurt, but received a nervous
shock that it will take time to recover
from. Miss Mitchell did not recover
consciousness for eight hours.
kkki) wakkiioi'sk ihtinkh.
Talihina. I T., Nov. !> .— Yesterday
So Mob Ml All iii ItrliiMD.
A '1 in "iv Kan. Nov. :o No tn• >Ii
*v.t j jani/ed among the white peo-
ple >uturday night to lynch the negro
wli'i assaulted four vtoiueii in West
Atchison Friday. Nix negroes who
ap|K-ared at the county jail armed Sat-
i f'iax wight to protect the negro were
I fined in the police court to-da\
I Two Mure * .treat fir*; \ letiiu* Kouud.
CN 11 in. Iliniki Nov to Two mori
| victims of the forest fires of Scptem-
j ber 1 have l eeii found iu the most
I northerly portion of the burned dis
] triet. <Hie was « apt. I. Bnxik of Pine
' iu . Minn ; the other cannot be identi-
uniting «.f the merchant millers uf
the I'lifted States was held at Chicago
un the 17th at which it was decided to
shut down all mills for a period of six
weeks within three months beginning
December 10. They claim the price ut
flour at present is below the profit-
V ieldiii!/ uoint.
thk .new i ssl k.
Danger That It Will Not Bring tlip Gold
Reserve Up to $100,000,000,
A <1 HKENTV COMMISSION.
1 lie ( tiHlriiiAii of the .lolut Committee of
the Two llouten on the Sm%y U
I'reparliiK u Hill for lt<
Washington. Nov. 'ju.—There is dan*
ger that when the treasury has coin-
pie ted the new issue of bonds and
counts tin* total of its gold in stock, it
will find that the reserve is still below
the $ loo, 0J0,000 mark, for if the banks
I are determined to milk the government
of its gold the way is open despite the
I secretary's purpose to watch the cur-
rent outflow, mark its direction and
i then, other conditions being favorable,
reject the bids from such quarters. It
is quite within the bounds of the prob-
able that the netgold gain to the treas-
ury from this issue will not exceed
s:m,000,000. If congress does not act
I upon the president's recommendations
another bond issue in January or Feb-
ruary will undoubtedly be necessary if
the republic is to preserve its credit
The speculatively inclined have not
been conspicuously successful in fore-
casting Mr Cleveland's action, but it is
agreed here that the president will re-
commend the appointment of a non-
partisan commission to consider the
whole currency problem, the commis-
sion to be composed of bankers, busi-
ness men and leading theorists on the
j currency question. This comes from
I very high authority in the administra-
te lecently. when an abscess formed
in the nasal pa ;i re and the discharge
from the nose became irritating. This
enabled the doctor to locate the ball
in the fleshy part of the head back of
the eye and near the nasal passage
An operation was per'formed and the
bullet removed. Saekett
lio serious results.
FHill'l I No I'l.ltliV '* o< I | | A llos | ax
Pi mi iNot to i onncilmao
tieorge \ 1 lavis was tried here Satur-
day night for refusin;/ to pay the occu-
pation tax and was ordered to jail for
refusing to pay a fine imposed by the
]M lice judge II is attorneys sued out a
writ of habeas corpus and the case was
fought nearly ail night Saturday night
and was resumed to-day. Davis fights
the tax on the ground that it is uncon- j
stitut iona I. At one time warrants
were issued for nearly loo businsss men i
for the same offense, but nearly all
an OKI"T« I K s|loT I II IC« 1 . II rilK eve. 1
New Ohi.kan- Nov. -Late last
night Police officer .1. II Kellar found j
Bernard ISurchor^t drunk on the street |
and started with him towards the pa- !
trol box. On the way the man darted
up the street, and when Kellar fol-1
lowed, ihot him through the right eye, |
killing him. When the crowd which
assembled found out what had hap-
pened they tried to take the murderer
from the officers and hang him to a '
convenient post, but were kept back. I
Fruits and Confectionary.
The Best Goods at Lowest Fr
D St- North Side Square
G. M. Whitney.
< ON'| KSTS
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 20. I p to noon I
nit notice of contest for the governor- i
ship had been filed with the secretary
of state, but a republican state official
says that it will undoubtedly be filed
within the limit which expires next
Monday. He declares that a legisla-
tive committee, consisting of two
populists, two democrats and three |
republicans will be asked for to recount
Till i. %st lOTl s.
DKHOHNINO AND IT* KM KCT*.
The I.ate I a
Hurled with Host Imposing A Period of Experimentation I inUhed and
i eremonlen. ( Some IntereatlnK Ke ult« Notleed.
I ktkrkiii ro. Nov. .'o. — Iii the SiATK Cot.i.eoe. 1'u.. Nov. 20.—''l'he
catheurul of St. I'eter and I'atil! period of I'.xperimentntion upon the
were representatives of all the imperial | herd of Guernsey cows recently de-
aml roval families of Europe, unda vast horned has been finished, and some ill-
crowd of notables to witness the last teresting results have been noticed,
ceremonies ixj the late czar. The metro- On fifteen cows an examination of the
. ... , | st- I'etersburjf conducted the , amount of butter fat contained in the
in -. i ,bt ,f h r'7" /'''Ih V" l° he,r. >,lacu eortin, | milk yielded for the two days, inelud-
camii •, • f " ' .*; *>"•«• 1 «' <••> reposed „i state near the cent t | injf the day of del,online- and the fol-
candid.iti foi go\trnor. It will be I of the cathedral. At 10:.'I0 o'clock the
necessary t.. serve notice on Judge I funeral service begun while thr
llolcomb at the samu time. non shots were fired.
At independent headquarters mat- 1 The most impressive portion of the
ters are l . iiig put in shape by Attor-; ceremony was at the lowering of the
neys liryan. Lcesc. Hroady and pthers czar's body into the vault by high civil
to serve notice of contest 011 the entire | officers of the government. As the
list of republican candidates for state coffin disappeared from view the loud
ortices immediately following the con- booming of cannon and the salvos
firCd by platoons of infantry from
the adjoining fortress reverberated
through the church, mingling with the
words of the burial service, and the
lowering of the mourning rtug and the j highly commendable to all farmers,
hoisting of th«' ordinary imperial stand- j
art! on the fortress tower proclaimed
to the world outside that the hist rites
had been concluded.
i Professional Directory.
test on governor.
tion and is not mere speculation,
morning at 10:.!o the lartre hay and feed j ItKFOKM T1|'(. VAVV.
warehouse of 1 hoinas Hros. was burned
to the ground. The barn contained
5.000 bales of hay. corn, feed, shingles
etc Loss, about si.oou; no insurance.
i ii i
l\ \ Ns \s M| | | ,
W I...I ( .
In the Stat.
'Iopkka. Kan.. Nov. ,'n. ( omplete re-
turns from all the counties iu the state
increase the total vote considerably
without changing the relative stand-
ing of the various parties materially.
1 he 300,208 votes cast in Kansas were
divided as follows: Republican. 14s,-
737; populist, 118. Js: democrat. '7. .77:
prohibition, 4,hi... Final returns from
all legislative districts show that the
republicans elected member-, of the
legislature, the populists and the
democrats 1. This gives the republic-
ans a clear majority of As the sen-
ate stands populists and 15 republic-
ans, the republican majority on joint
ballot for the election of senator and
state printer will bo 1'. .
t ion •
t.OlNl, SOI I II
A i uravan of I\uiih;i« l-'arn
Empokia, Kau.. Nov. 20. A caravan,
consisting « f sixteen covered wagons,
with numerous led horses, passed
through this city yesterda\ morning.
About lifty persons, male and female,
constituted the party, w hich hails from
I lay county, this state, and it is their
intention to locate somewhere in the
state of Mississippi \\. K. Barnes
J. I'. Chaffee are the leaders. The\
farmers as well as old
also the other men of
the party, and have rented their farms
in Clay county and go down south to
see if they cannot locate in a warmer
climate. They say they remember
that when soldiering down then* the
country was the best on eut'th.
Washington, Nov. ?o.— Senator but-
ler. chairman of the joint committee of
the two houses on the personnel of the
navy, is making an effort to get the
committee together for the purpose of
preparing a bill to be presented at the
beginning of the next session to. if pos-
sible. solve the problem of navy reor-
During the last session Secretary
Herbert submitted his ideas to the
committee and also embodied them in ' who
a bill but the committee does not ap-
pear to have been pleased with all the
features of the bill and cons* qucutly
failed to report it to the full committee
or to either house Representative
Meyer, who is a member of the joint
committee, is also the author of a bill
of -iimewliat comprehensive terms, but
it does not uppcar to receive the ap-
proval of the majority of the members.
The committee now seems to lean
toward a bill introduced by Repre-
sentative Catch ings, the distinctive
feature of which i.s the creation of a
reserve list. This provides for an
active list of 10 rear admirals, 00
captains. 100 commanders, :.\">o lieuten-
ants. 7a lieutenants of the junior
grade and a sufficient number of en-
signs. It abolishes the rank of
commodore. The provision regard-
ing the proposed reserve list
renders the change to it in a
manner voluntary, but at the same
time holds out so many inducements
and and provides for bringing such pressure
to bear that it is believed by the friends
of the measure that it would prove ef-
fective iu reducing the force to reason-
able dimensions. It is stated as going
to show the evil of permitting the
present system to continue in effect
that the time will soon come under it
where there will be 100 rear admirals
in service at once.
An O\er(lose of I.hii<I.uiuiii Taken.
Empokia. Kan . Nov. jo.—Henry I
King, a prominent merchant, upon re-
tiring last night was affected l v rheu-
matism and took a dose of laudanum
to secure sleep. His wife could
not awake him this morning and it i
was found that he had taken an
overdose ..! the drug. .VI efforts of
the physicians to arouse him have thus
far proved futile, and there are no
hopes for his recovery. He is a mem- |
ber « f the firm "f Armo ir a King, on#
of the oldest in the city.
M:W KANSAS VOM.hissmiv
lowing day, shows a loss of 2 27-100ths
•j pounds of butter fat. or equivalent to
j 9 3-100ths per cent, of the yield for the
two days. A similar examination for
the subsequent two days shows that
the average yield for the specified time
is the same as the average yield for the
five davs preceding the date of dehorn-
ing. These results show conclusively
that the effect of dehorning upon the
flow of milk is practically un not ice-
able. and the great benefits to be de-
rived from such an operation make it
Kvery Member ..f the Delegation
Atchison Kan.. Nov. !i0. -Congress-
man Curtis, of the Fourth district, is
the only native of this state in the
Kansas congressional delegation. He
was born iu Shawnee county in Isoo.
Dick HI ue. eongrcssman-at-largc-elcct,
born in Virginia; Case
Hroderick. of the I irst district, iu
in Maine; S.
They Want a Declaration In the Kcinihlicaii
Platform In l-'ator of Free Coinage. |
j ('Ahv, S. I).. Nov. 20.—A politician of I
i this place, who has been concerned in
the movement, declares that for several' urt'
| months an understanding has existed'
Im . among the leading silver men of the
; I nited States that an emphatic de
j maud shall be madt that the republic- i "f ,,liN l),a' engaged
i an platform of ISM shall contain an Ugl't Saturday night, n
unequivocal declaration in favor of un-
qualified free coinage of silver and
that in the event of failure of the
republicans to so declare a new
party movement shall forthwith be
, .. , j sprung with a two plank platform de-
M.llei- of the second, I claring simply for protection and free
Kir I. pat rick, of the j coinage. The management of the
j movement is largely in the hands of
!ni s**l,ators Jones. Stewart and I'ettigrew
t le Y nth. aiwj they are looking to senator Cam-
of t,,e del**-1 eron as a presidential candidate in the
event of the birth of the new partv. i
The leaders hope to contrali/.e the en-1
tire free silver strength and much of
the labor vote of the countrv.
Sixth, and Long, of tin
Pennsylvania: • alderhead
iu Illinois. Kvery iiiembi
gatiou is a lawyer I our were soldiers
in the civil war. All of them were
brought up on farms, with the excep-
t is. and three of them have
a Telephone War Proponed
( hf< \<,' Not ■ > A meeting of the
directors < t the Harrison Inter-
national Telephone Co. was held
at the company's Chicago office
to-day. The meeting was attended
by the full board of directors
and many leading stockholders. The
object was the laying out of a more ag-
gressive campaign in the west against
the Hell company and the securing of
a strong foothold in Chicago and other
A Ne*.v Mranjf'-'r in Denver.
Dkvvr.it. c ,|.. .Nov. -.'o.—II. Moiler, an
Italian, after a quarrel with Marie
Ventres, a disreputable woman, Satur-
day ni'^ht. tried to strangle her and
cut her throat with a razor, but she
escaped. T! o police declare that there
is no reason to think that he is the
mysterious strangler w ho killed three
(TIMAOO'S MAYOK A It I I OH M h It.
Mr. Hopkins Propone* in Put the Police I n-
«Ier Non-Partirtan Control.
Chicago, Nov. 20. -Ana result of the
; agitation of the question of police re-
form, Mayor Hopkins has announced
to create a non-par-
tisan commission to
control the depart-
the department has
been under the ab-
solute control of the
ina y o r. and the
method adopted is,
he says, the only
one which could ef-
fect u a lly divorce
johw p. HOPKixa. the police force
from politics, lie will appeal to the
legislature for the enactment of laws
*4at will make the chance uermanent
I yen' Wonderful Play.
Nf.w Yohk, Nov. Ives wins the
billiard tournament. The totals for
the six nights' play stand: Ives, 3,000,
Sehaefer. 3.074. The wore in last
nights play stood: Total Ives, 000;
Sehaefer, Averages -Ives, 00;
Sehaefer. Highest runs—Ives,
331; Sehaefer. '3." . the grand averages
Ives, 48 20-37; Schae/er, 41 20-37.
A -lolnl Causes a .tllnerit' t%sr.
1 'leas a nton , Kan.. Nov. 20.—The
coal miners at Hoieou:*t. ii miles north
ngaged in a free-for-all
:tti• I Chris Chris-
tine now lies at the point of
death from a fracture of the skull
from a pickhandlc iu the humls I
of .1. Mc<ilothlin. At this mine about I
twenty Swedes are employed and the I
assault was made upon theiu by Amer-
ican miners in a joint. A warrant is
out for the arrest of Mel ilothlin. but
he has He'd. Several other miners
were injured, and more trouble is ex-
Inei'iiillitrleft in SprinKllehl, III.
SpKiMiKiEi.il. III.. Nov. 2H.- Incen-
diaries have destroyed about twenty
stables and outhouses during the
past ten days. Saturday night four
houses were burning at once, and
the entire fire department was busy.
Several horses ami much valuable
property have been burned. Last night
.lames I'.rennan, a young man. went to
his stable to feed his horse, and found
two men setting fire to the building.
He started to give the alarm when he
was cized and choked into insensi-
C. A. MORRIS
J W JOHNSON
JJ0RKIS c JHfI\"SH\,
Will practice in all the . ,
and the Federal Com i- a -
oftl«' *s of the t«-i••it
Office In Morrl* lllock <outhu
near Land nth,
References by perm,,-. ,• r
a Bona, B uiki ■ i c. •
Bank. <)kl hoiua, < iu
I'. s. Land
□ terlor De*
pRANK B CROSTHWAITE,
]32 rst.n. \v.. Wash: n.r.
The Land Department
Of our oflfae la conducted i ". the Itit
<"l,,ef of „,y Oklalh.ini
tontcst Divisions I , ,,,, |1Us,
Dt'ss anil guarant, ,' i1
0HAS H. V. YNN,
Attorney at I
Will practice in all th< i •-
l nited stat. . , rt
I>. St. east of Ttlt.
f^RENCLE A. WALKl i
Physician & Si '-cons
Office in the City Ihu !Corth
side Square, lit*. Walker . . p over
the store: Dr llrcngl. u residence,
corner I) and Ninth sin
\n I nulneer I <uU I >• .<1
M mi en i-. Tenn .
terdav uioruing a bund •
w ho had gathered near
M is*., tried to bidd up \ ' • •
on the \'a/.oo ,v VI 4
Kngineer I . A. II..' , ■
tie wide open and ran ' ii
a rain of bullets I i cm,
wounded in the arm
A l.e|(i<«l)itor-Mei t I
Wichita, Kan . \o\
Vaw rence. recently elc t.
islature from t lie si vt \ .
is on his death bed. hi p
claring his ease hopele
stricken with earner of
the day before he was n
I ii l\ | rn
re , train
« ule was
\ Talenteil kMii a>t W
EuroHiA, Kan.. Sot 90. MUc Bm.il; l"!sl bed,ll*t
huh linn n died here last nlsbt "f | u i" "'■'•'"--itaN;
typhoid fever. For eleven years she
wa > the head of the kindergarten de-
V 111 .
Maj A M.
1 •• the leg-
. ians de-
partment at the state normal school.
I.a^t year she spent in lloston on ad-
vance I stiidie- She had completed
arrangement* to begin the teaching of
the languages here when she was taken
Sick, she was a graduab* of several
Kur« |,eau universities and s|Mike tlu*
cntlv a ll U III lie i' of lanemnre*
ll.Tr7r. ll to II. ,1 til
Oklahoma Citv. Ok.. N'ov. :. o Van
Daney. aged .'t.'i. was burned to death
in this city yesterday iiiorniinr and his
mother so seriously burned that her
life is despaired of. The fire was dis-
covered in the Duiicy house at •i. tii and
had gained such headway that it was
impossible to extinguish it. the house
.being a quarter of a--mile from the near-
est fire plug.
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