The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 134, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 27, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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The Perry Daily Times.
PERRY. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1895.
The Council Passes a Bill >n 1 hat Na
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I'osten was also at
f ii u
HoUIV- \ rtlrnU > AII«ri <iou.
The afternoon m '* iou opeu«*>l with
Kepreaentative Little, « f Noble, l .
fore the bar for abhence \v ithout leave
llr was brought in ou attachment.
The attachment Jlsholyed ••> a
vote of the house, a* he wan actively
engaged in committee work.
Representative I'osten wt
Inched and the same was dissolved for
good and sufficient reasons.
II It. Ti. was called up relating to
actiou* before juries in justice- court*
where the justice is allowed to in
A number of bills sent tu from tlic
council wi*ri* not concurred iu b\ the
The speaker -igned several bill*,
HtnoDK them being the s • .immi appropri-
ation for clerk hire.
II li. 240, an act to encourage ath-
letic sports and boxing exhibition*,
by Little, was introduced read and
St. John introduced II l relat
ing to county clerks ami books to be
provided by them in relation to ta\«•*.
The rules were Huspeiided and the bill
wa - passed.
latiug to school lands, was set for 10
The house went into committe
the whole for the consideration
It. 2 r.\ relating to divorce an
Sutton was iu the chair.
Kxtraordinary amendinenls were
suggested, too Hash for publication
It wm pfopoitd bj John toil
tbortloa be made aground for divorce.
The motion did not carry.
Masou, Yickeri, llarnc- l.lliott M.
John. Lowry and others were all earn-
estly iu the discussion.
The debate on tins measure ax
abi«- and IwrtrociWe, both Iron s
cial and scientific standpoint
The report of the committee of tin
whole was that it do pass. The com-
mittee arose and reported as above.
11. B. 3"- was read for the third turn
in regular session, relating t«> dlv
and alimony, anil passed an.I sen
The house went into the commit ti
of the whole for the consideration of
H lis.121* ami .10.
H. B tt relate- to lUtod property
The following U the t« xt of the uui
"All personal property is t
ed, assessed and ta.ved i
where said property may
The bill was passed.
I H. B. ,'48. by Barueft, was iutro-
| iluced. It relates to graud and petit
The houst- went iuto committee of
the whole with Nutt« u. of Pawnee, hi
| the chair, for consideration of II. !'•
i 11.0. a bill regarding the survey of
j lines of land by • ounts surveyors
j The bill was favorably reported.
H. B. b\ llo^au, an act to detiue
duties of road overseers, was taken up
The report of the committee on the
substitute for II IS '.4 was that it do
H B 113, by Lowry. caiue up It
relate? to county commissioners. When
the vote came up of striking out the
enacting clause it v\as lost by a -.trong
vote II. B. I III was referred.
The debate on the bill was very
warm, but interesting to a large
The coiiimittee of the whole re-
ported as al ovc.
Iu regular session II. B. 11" , relat-
ing to county surveyors, came up and
vas favorably reported on.
tfiiii*e - Morning Me* lou.
With his usual splendid energy
peaker Barnes got bis gavel down on
lie desk ami startled twenty-four
grave lep I a tors into attitudes of
gra\e attention The profound Lev.
Wui. McPheeter •> called lloil's mercy
lown oil the assembly, when Charley
King got into the ring, and on motion
was estopped from reading the fairy
story known as the house journal.
Charles smiled at the relief from an
hour of elocutionary work.
John introduced a resolution in
relation to additional enrolling clerks.
It was passed.
petition was read from Round
Hond, presented by Walling asking
for aiti. 11 was tile«l
H. 15 M i. to provide for a normal
hool for colored people, by Barnes,
was read for the second time and re
The house went into committee of
the whole for the consideration of
bills relating to school lands.
II B '.•'> was tlrst called up. lir
Sutton iu the chair.
There was a heavy tight over tin
The committee of the whole arose
reported progre* and asked Iea\
A house resolution relating to the
death of Douglass, was read. There
olution asked that the llag be half
masted on the roof of the legislative
building. The resolution was adopted}
The housp adjourned until o'clock
in memory of l red Douglass, the col
Mrs. Major MacXamara was on ti
Moor of the bouse today.
Highest of all iu Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov't Report
An act to auieud paragraph J^o,
tion Is, article t, chapter 00, enti-
tled, Civil procedure.' oklahoma Mat
Section l That paragraph o^o.
tion iw of article j, chapter •>• , of
the Oklahoma Statute- be and the
ame is hereby amended so as to read
'(iS'JO) 2 Is. Civil actious, oth« r
than for the recovery of real property.
mly be brought within the follow-
ing periods, after the cause of action
shall have accrued, and not after
First. Within five vear\ Au ac-
tion upon anv contract, agreement or
promise in writing.
Second. Within three \ears: Au
tion upon a contract not iu writing,
xpress or implied; an actiou upon a
liability created by statute other than
forfeiture or penalty.
"Third. Within two years: An ac
tion for trespass upon real property:
action for taking, detaining or
hindering personal property, including
and kept on the first day <
if the owner, his agent or person hav-
Inir ill .liar|?e sui'li proprrtv. t
t.. lint it I"- "'II l"' --abjfCl U> tlui
nenultv hereinafter pruvi.l. a
Tli>' bill was referred to the commit-
tee on ways and means
Mason held down the chair in the
committee of the whole.
ii B. HO wm nexl com ereo 11
relates to "all aniiuaN ol the ilog
Iclml. ' ileclarinif that all '
by their owners tur taxation ^hall l>e
uiude personal property and the
jeet of larceny, hy ^ ickers.
After a loii>.' ami htuuoron- ""
as intelligent dsbate the •
aifree.l that the bill il" pass.
The coiuinittee ur.^o an.l reported
a-- above. ...
11.B. Jib was read for the third tunc
and passe.I This lull provides that
no dotfs shall be listed for less than
The house went into a committee of
tha whole for the consideration of
I legalize certain acts of
Mr- Met oy, wife of the represent*
re from Biaiue, was a visitor to the
Miss Hosworth, county superinten
•nt of schools, was ou the floor
the house today.
Hon. Saiu Overstrcet was ou th
platform on the left hand side
peaker Barnes last night.
Wheu the divorce bill was up for
discussion the lobby was crowded
with interested spectator*
Mrs. Brown, the wife of the repre
ntativc from Clifton, was in the
house iluring work on^the register of
(looKKhi -Dog . heretofore canine
by this act we hereby detlne,— whe
taxes arc paid ou the pup aforesaid
.be property, and to steal them
Barnes made a noble talk against
divorcing a woman who became iu
sane. The husband who was to cherish
her would be a brute to ruin her life
through an act of nature.
If ever there was a defender of a
poor man's interest iu a legislative as
inbly it is Speaker Barnes, of Logan
He is broad gauged ami has alway-
n earnest in his defence of the in
terests of the people
B. 7*i, an act tc
with Elliott in the chair
H.B. 1 in, an act to exempt fruit trees
and vines from taxation,
was called up.
The report on the above tw
was that they do pass.
H. B. iH*. relating \>> the duty o
county commissioners w as called up
and favorably reported «
The committee of th
and reported as above.
i 7." , referred to above,was taken
un and passed.
II. B. 14was taken up ami passed
H. B. 1HS was called up and passed.
Adjourned until 7:30
The Urst bill called up iu the even
session related to building and loan
associations. Bv Barne The bll
was passed and forwarded to the conn
eli. . . ,
H. B. 1 tio, by Barnes, denning daiu
ages in cities of the tirst class,
following is the spirit of the
"That hereafter no city of the
class shall be liable for damages aris-
ing from defective streets, alleys, sid
walks, public parks, or other public
places within such city, unless actual
notice in writing of the accident or «n
iuty complained of. with a statement
of the nature and extent thereof, and
of the time when, and the place where
the samo occurred, shall be proved
have been given to the city clerk with
in thirty days after the
such accident or injury.
by made the duty of the
keep a record of such notice showing
the time wheu and by whom such no-
tice was given, and describing the de-
fect complained of and said clerk shall
report the same to the city council
Pott a a attorn e
au I u eath
Farmers and gardener-, are prepar-
ing to bow seed for the crop of
Businesv is -till brisk iu all uier
chautile liues ami does not look panic
ky in our county seat. There Is con-
siderable stir iu real estate and sever-
al good sales are reported. .Nothing
daunted by the railroad war some of
.inr capitalists are talking of startiug
ad electric light ami power plant to
light our town ami furnish power
PrM. P. W. FAHRAK, Cashier.
V. O TALMUT, All'L Oaeh.
BANK of PERRY
K I1HUKI, r w
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rauttA R, ▼. o 1'iuur.
J T. LAffkitXY
lectrit car line to the railroad as
S^mi as completed oil the old survey.
4-aylord, the druggist,wa*. out plant.
Injg shade trees yesterday so that iu
cafe tin* railroad business goes a glim-
mering he can rusticate under the
shade of his own vine ami tig tree, j
Lawyer Melton's new cottage is
nearly completed and is a daisy.
The Congregational parsonage on
North Broadway is just completed and
I is a m at building and looms up cou-
n the main town and
actions for the specific recovery of per-
sonal property: au action for injury to
the rights of another, not arising on j spicuously betw
contract, and not hereinafter enuracr- lie Hour mill.
ated: an action for relief on the ground | Kditor llibard is setting out shrub
of fraud the cause of action in such i jJerv ()n his residence lots and other-
ase Shall not be deemed to have ac , w^'e ailing the same.
rued until the discovery of fraud
••Fourth Within one year Ana. Editor Mounts, of the Populist Lead
tion on a foreign judgment: au action er. is t« busy in the calmamity howl
for libel, slander, assault, battery, ma ing business to ask «.od to bless Hoke
L*ious prosecution, or false imprison , Smith. How is that for a pious
meut: au actiou upon a statute for . deacon that according to the bible
nenaltv or forfeiture, except where should bless his enemies and pray for
the statute imposing it prescribes a | those that despltefully use him?
different limitation. The Choctaw octopus has reached
1-if th An action upon tlieorticial OUti ts tentacles and drawn Tom F«
bond or undertaking of au executor
administrator, guardian sheriff.or auy
other undertaking given iu attach-
ment. injunction arrest, or in any case
whatever required by statute.can only
be brought within five years after the
ause of action shall have accrued.
• Sixth. Au action for the relief,not
herinbefore provided for, can only be
brought within live years after the
cause of action shall have accrued."
Senator Baker, who introduced the
Thii Hank Uaj thr latest knproved aie vitii automatic
wurk. Also a tie vault.
M. KICIIAKDSON, I>. C. R ICIIAKHSON', T. M. KIt'llAK11SO.N,
I'rttsideut. Vice-President. i-ashier)
First State Bank.
Perry, Ok la.
-HjcJJBjXEY T6 im\
Double time lock safe anil fire proof vault.
General - Banking - Business.
senger into its toile-a and has given the
monster half of his farm on which
the\ arc locating at town, about eight
miles east of Tecumseh, named Flor-
It is rumored that railroad construc-
tion company's scrip is being hard to
sell at fifty cents on the dollar in Ok-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars of the best Imported and Domestic
Brands will be Found at this
The best equipped iu Oklahoma over the Bar or for Family Use, iu Paukaget
of Any Sue The Liquors sold at
15= ROYAL PALACE
For Purity and Age are not Excelled, If Equalled in the Country.
The Shaw nee Sun says that they are
. about equally distant from K1 Reno
bill, naid that there were a If re at | ttnti McAlister and will get the shops
ami cud of divisiou of the ruilroad.
eli — \ f<tter<liiy Afternoon.
The president signed the bill appro-
priating money for the payment of ex-
tra clerk hire.
Also house joint memorial No.
asking ,or the opening of the Kicku-
Also house joint memorial No. 1".',
asking the taxation of Indian lands.
C. IS. 115, relating to bonds was taken
up and discussed in the committee of
the whole. This bill has been framed
bv Senators Fegan and Scott, as a sub-
committee of the judiciary eommsttec.
to whom it was especiall entrusted. It
provides for the issuance of bonds by
cities of the tirst class and cities.towns
President Pit/.er teok the floor and
said that he hoped that the bill would
be adopted as a whole w ithout much
change, as the bill had been under
great study by the two senators, anil
he was satisfied was as good a bill as
could be structured.
This bill and one having relation to
it, No. 14W was under consideration all
The bill is to authorize the territory
of Oklahoma, count ies,cities,municipal
corporations, the board of education
of any city and school district, to issue
bonds in payment of outstanding war-
rant indebtedness. The bonds are to
bear si.x per cent, interest, to be pay-
able annually and semi - annually
Notice shall be given by publication
in a newspaper of the desire to issue
incurrence of! bonds and such a proposition shall be
and it is here- presented to the district court ami a
-lerk to j showing made of the purpose for
which such bonds are to be issued. It
provides that the bonds so issued shall
not sell for less than D"> cents on the
dollar. The bonds are to be payable
in two series, one running from ten to
The bill ! twenty years and one twenty to thirty
! years. They may be cancelled and ^
many farmers in oklahoma who had
foreign judgments hanging over them.
•>o that they dare not prove up or com-
mute their claims These judgments
were held afte * the real estate upou
which money was loaned had been
sold at one-third valuation to satisfy
the mortgage. He thought the real
estate should have been enough for
the money loaned. The borrower had
lost everything and the loaner could
afford to suffer some.
The two bills were recommended
for passage by the committee ami
were aftei ward passed.
Council—I.H t hienlng Haiiiun.
The council met last evening ami
held a session.
The bills considered in the commit-
tee of the whole were the following
( 1 . 111 , providing for a cash basis
for count s salaries.
II. B. iiv relating to revenue in tax-
ing stock iu organized counties.
C. B. v' . relating to publication of
laws. The committee recommended
C. K. 11', was passed over, and II B.
is w as recommended to pass.
Council- - Mornlug SfMion.
After the regular business. the
morning session of the council began
with the introduction of the following
C. B. 17ti, by Baker, empowering the
governor to contract for the keeping
of the insane.
C. B. 17.".. by Prouty, by request, re-
lating to the trattic and sale of in-
toxicating liquors, and licensing the
same by the county commissioners. <
C. B. 177. by Baker, an act providing
for the organization and government
of state and territorial banks, and the
appointment, duties and fees of a state
or territorial bank examiner.
C. B. 174, by Kay, amending the
general election law.
C. B. 173, by Orner. relating to
county commissioners, regulating the
county and certain duties.
C. B. 17-.', by Spencer, relating to
gambling. The bill i* the same as
passed by the Kansas legislature.
C. II 178, by Baker, an act appropri-
ating money for the purpose of ob-
taining certain public lands for the
territory of Oklahoma aud for the pur-
pose of memorializing and petitioning
congress on the application of the free
homestead laws to the lands of Okla-
C. B. 1 TO, for territorial board of ed-
ucation to prescribe a course of study.
C. B. ISM. giving county clerks privi-
lege of hiring deputies.
C. B. 181, by Kegan, providing for
publication of liquor licenses.
C. B ISO, by Fegan, providing for
frauds at elections.
The council adopted a rule that
hereafter no member shall talk more
than twice on any given subject and
then not more than tive minutes at a
time, except the member introducing
the bill, who cau talk tiftceu minutes.
II. B. 180, relating to herd law. was
taken up and discussed almost all
morning. The question was whether
free range or herd law should go into
News from Attorney Speed reports
progress agaiust the ruilroad company
for a violation of the charter and our
citizens are keeping their powder dry
for the purpose of saluting the gang
when they march out of the kickapoo
at 1 nclc Sam's earnest invitation.
FORT SUPPLY RESERVATION.
OklithttiiiH .\sk Conjjrf i i l>nimt« Il tor
Washington. Feb. — (Special.)
Delegate Flynn received a memorial
Momlav from the oklahoma legislat
ureasking that the Fort Supply reser
vation be donated to Oklahoma for
school purposes. This is following ti
lead of the Kansas legislature asking
that Fort Haves military reservation
be donated to that state for similar
Delegate Flyun will offer a bill iu
line with the memorial from oklaho
its next regular meeting. ^
W|t.PRS!lrt?^by St. .lohn, was railed up i brought in whenever tliey ean
in regular session. I bought at pai.
TIi'.h bill wiis tlie rause of a warm j Hill No. 14 ''00,1Ji'l7" inLd andU
debate in which Neebitt, Hendrix, j mittee, waspasneil as pi nitej. ami is
Stein and others, with St John, par-1 a-, follows: .. —
VMM III II I'llll'tllll MVS1I KI.
lli* I'ttrll) liuriif.l Hody .if M >lttn lut
Iu a l.oiifl) Locality.
I'llii Aoo, Feb. To-day two chil
dieu found the half burned, deepl
scarred body of a mau in a lonely lo-
cality at Ninety-tifth street and West
ern avenue in a sitting position lean
iug uguinst a tree. The theory thai
the man had been tied and burned to
death was at first laughed at by th
police officers, but later investigation
seemed to prove either that he had
been murdered and an attempt mad
to couceal the crime by the burning
of the body or that he had really bee
burned at the stake. The man's fac
was not badly mutilated, ami hi
identity may become known.
Charles 11. Moody, late commandant
of the state soldiers' home at Dodge
City, Kau., recently removed by the
board of managers, has tendered his
resiguatiou to liov. Lewelliug aud It
has been accepted.
Highest Honors--World's Fair.
invenient Side Rooms aud Courteous (
I Sixth Street fcast
( Side Squars)
THE GENTLEMAN'S PLACE.
only the fiinkst procurable whiskies.
and other liquors and cigars.
The Only Pabst Bohemlam Boer and the best Equipped
Billiard and Pool Hall in the City
THIS TU1*K EXCHANGE
Sixth Street, Between c and d St. Perry,
is acknowledged bv everyone to be
The Most Refreshing,
' The Most Palatable.
The Choicest Upon this or any other Market.
The best Establishments Keep it on Draught.
Hewe+t& Munroe, Agents,
Depot Board of Trade Saloon,
Seventh St. Between b and c. Berry. o. t.
Tk( r.MMKH, ok.. Feb. 24.—[Special)
' Spring time has come,gentle Annie,"
or at leatat we are having apriug birds
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdei. Fret
foni Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Stillwater and Perrv
Leave Perry at i o'clock daily, arriving at Stillwater at 4 p. m,
Leaves Stillwater at 8 o'clock daily, arriving at Perry at i 1:30 a. m.
LEAVE ORDERS AT THE HULK POINT RESTAURANT,
On 7th St. Between b and c fare $1.00
•I. K. Aduuiw, Prop,
To the People of the Citv of Perrv,
and the Whole Country: Come to
And Select Your Ninceand Fancy
Choice Apples* Oranges.lBananas, andlLemons
Dried fruit a specialty, and beyond all never forget the Poor
Washer Woman's for Soaps, is the woman's delight. Our ftock
of Tobaccos is unparalled—twenty-seven different kinds. Come
and select. Cigars and Cigarettes in stock to suit price and taste.
Don't forget the place on the
Cor. of Exchange and C. St Ihe Main Thorb yhtare- ThejUrtia^City'of Purr)
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