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lUCIIMOSD DAILY PALL VDIUM, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1901.
ENS ATIONAL o o Advertising is not what the purchaser wants to read, but plain facts. HERE ARE FACTS: peoceir & IO, HAVE the best assortment of GOOD CHRIST MAS GOODS ever shown. CLOCKS The best line of mantel clocks in the city. The best ' American makes, from $4.75 to $15. .Regular price fG.50 to $22.50. ft . -- I ! 2 - A few 8-day Seth Thomas marble ized clocks left, at $3.60 and $3.95. We have received a line beautiful line of china clocks, we are going to close out at $1.00, $1.15, $1.25 and $1.50. These are bargains. Keat, pretty rings, cuff buttons, scarf pins, brooches, hat pins, chains, charms. Silver novelties, ebony goods, opera glasses, etc WATCHES In gold, gold filled, silver, enameled and nickel, from $1.75 up Baking dishes bread trays, cups, shaving mug, mirrors, candelabrums, bon bon dishes, in silver. Beautiful designs. The prettiest line of carving sets you ever saw. Sterling silver spoons, forks, ladles, knives, etc., in dainty patterns. WILL BE REMISED. hrough Service to Florida j Rckoiu via PenntTlta- j lia Line Through car service to Florida and j winter resorts in the south via Cin- j eioruti, Atlanta and Macon, success- j fully irsauirura'eil on th Pecnsvlva-1 nia lines last winter will be res-umed I about January 6th, 1H2. Sleeping j cars will run from Pittsbnr' and j from Chicago via Cincinnati, Ailau ! ta and Macon to Jack son vi le ai d St. Augustine. The service the coin r I staoa will be daily except Sui dv. land the schedule will be about as follows: ! Tave Chicago 11:00 noon ; Logans I port, 3:10 p. m ; Kokomo, 3:43 p. m : Ji.wcKd, 4:ls p. m. ; Anderson, 4:43 p. ra.; Richmond, 6:00 p. m.: Eaton, Ohio, t:2a p.m , Ilamilion, 7:05 p.m.; arriving Cincinnati 8:00 p. m , tak ing passengers through that city without change or transfer, and leaving Cincinnati 9:3 p. m. via Queen & Crescent route, arriving Cittico (Cha'tanoogo), 6 30 a. m. ; Atlanta, 10.35 a. m. ; Macon, 1:00 p m.; Jacksonville, 8:10 p. m.; St. Aueustine, 9:30 p. m. next day. Returning the through sleeping cars for Chicago, Pittsburg and in termediate points via Cincinnati and the Pennsylvania Lines will leave St. Augustine, 8:15 a. m. ; Jackson ville, 9:15 a. m. daily, except Sun day. For particulars about the through service communicate ith local ticket agent of the Per nsylvania Lines or address W. W. Richardson, District Passenger Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. A LIST OF PRESENTS. Rogers & Bros.' silver-plated knives, forks and spoons at special prices. Trading Stamps . . . With cash purchases when asked for. GIVE US A CALL. SPENCER & CO. Westcott Hotel Building. 1002 Main St. CETT1XO TOGETHKIt tiabor and Capital May Not Tl So Far Apart After All. New York, Dec. 19. The general committee which was chosen by the conference called to consider plana for healing the differences between the capitalistic and labor interests of the count r organized yesterday, elected office; s sa.i issued a general state ment of its mission. Senator Marcus A. Hanna was chos en its chairman with Samuel Gompers llrst vice chairman. It retains its con nection with the National Civic Feder ation and becomes the industrial de partment of that organization. The statement which was isBued expressed a determination to strive for industrial peace, to aid in establishing rightful relations between those who toil and their employers, to confer and advise with employers and employed when in conflict, to encourage agreements un der which labor shall be performed, and to arbitrate disputes when both Ides to the dispute shall ask for such mediation. A determination to avoid discussion of abstract industrial prob lems was avowed. FOCI, PLAT Tragedy at Salt Lake With Kobbery An a Ioiive. Salt Lake City. Dec. 19. The body of James B. Hay. secretary of the Pa cific Lumber company, was found bur ted yesterday in a shallow trench alongside the Rio Grande tracks near Sixth street. Monday night Hay call ad at the home of Peter Mortensen. a contractor, and collected $3,800 which Mortensen owed the Pacific Lumber company. He gave.. a receipt to Mor tensen and left the latter's house with the remark that he was going to take the money to .Vanager G. E. Romney of the lumber company. Since that time nothing had been seen or heard of Hay nntil yesterday, when his body u found. The money was gone and la the back of Hay's head was a great, jatrged wound. Peter Mortensen. the contractor who paid young Hay the money Monday night, was arrested yesterday after noon on suspicion of being connected with the murder. Mortensen. it is tated. gave the police their first in formation in regard to the location of the body. He denies all knowledge of the crime. Y.. and was a witness against Ammon. The latter claimed to have been over powered, but witnesses testified other wise. Sentence has not yet been pro nounced on Ammon. Koiiiilit a Duel. Uniontown. Pa., Dec. 19. Daniel Bradburn and David Fagan fought a duel in a small room of Hall's board ing house where both men lived. Bradburn was killed and Fagan is i jail with a bullet wound in his side from the effects of which he may die. Fagan had accused Bradburn of steal ing money from him. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Addis, witnesse to the duel, did what they could to prevent it. Mrs. Hall was shot through the hand. Ammon I CVmTiotert. Toledo. O.. Dec. 19. treorge Am mon. formerly turnkey at the county jail here, was found guilty last night by a Jury in the United States court of permitting United States prisoners to escape from that institution. The prisoners were Joseph Ripley alias Topeka Joe. Tom Stewart and Joe Keegan. arrested for burglarizing the "VTest Toledo postoffice. David Mor- state prisoner, also escaped fcut was recaptured at Rochester. N. Canceled all K'liscas'empiits. Baltimore. Dec. 19. Prior to leav ing his hotel to deliver a lecture at the Phoenix club in this city last night. Max O'Rell announced that he would cancel all further lectures and undergo an operation for appendicitis in New York in a few weeks. He said that If he survived the operation he would return immediately to Paris and did not expect to visit America again. Itesult of lst ! rtem. Chillicothe. O.. Dec. 19. Erne Rag land, her sons Charles and George, aged 21 and 12, and oaughter Cora, aged 20. all colored, were arrested here yesterday charged with the mur der of Mrs. Charles Ragland. The woman died Monday night. Postmor tem showed that the woman had been poisoned. GUAVK Vti . KG ES Are PerferretlJ Aakinst Biu' Evana--ille Institution. Evans ville, Ind., Dec. 19. Stock holders of the Business Men's Building association filed suit yesterday after noon against the Ohio Valley Trust company of this city, making grave charges. The latter is accused of wat ering its stock and making illegal transactions in the pretendej payment of capital stock. Also, that its stock holders are attempting to wreck the Business Men's Building association. Breach of trust and constructive fraud are also alleged, as well as tin fair methods and bookkeeping on the part of. the officers for the purpose of freezing out minority stockholders. The property involved will aggregate $500,000. which Includes two fine the aters here. The most prominent busi ness men in the city are parties to the suit, being pitted against each other. HI Motle Misunderstot d. Anderson, Ind., Dec. 19. The South ern Indiana eldership of the Church of God has vindicated the Rev. J. D. HagematP. pastor in this city. The minister sought to be peacemaker be tween husband and wife and his name became confused and his motive was misrepresented. The eluership then began an investigation and to their statement in tavor of Hageman the man and women add similar signed statements, and Hageman will con tinue as minister here. Kisr SohiV-,1 Runts. Anderson, Ind.. Dec. 1j. Lincoln school building, the second largest in I the city, was almost destroyed by fire ! vesterdav. The fire starto.l chnrii, i after noon and burned until midnight. The estimated loss is $25,000. on which there is insurance of but $15,000. Gold" inic -Vlulctetl. St. Joseph. Mich.. Dec. 19. Joseph Coveney was awarded a verdict in the circuit court here last night against Frank Phiscator. the Baroda gold king of the Yukon valley, in the sum of $7,500, because it was alleged that Phiscator alienated the affections of Coveney's wife. Coveney had previ ously obtained from Phiscator $9,500 and then followed Phiscator to the Klondyke and demanded $12,00 more. In the Yukon valley Coveney was put in Jail and forfeited $7,000 in gold dust to secure his freedom. The present suit was brought to recover the $7,000 and $300 interest. Kitten By Mad Sow. Sullivan. Ind., Dec. 19. Harrison Burton, a farmer, six miles west of this city, was attacked by a mad sow and bitten in a horrible manner. Mr. Burton had been hunting, and after the animal had knocked him down and bit him several times, he secured his gun and placed toe muzzle against the sow's side. The end of the gun had become filled with snow, and when the gun was discharged the muzzle was torn away. Mr. Burton's wounds are of a very serious nature. Canzbt at the rnssfns. Mishawaka, Ind, Dec. 19. Dr. "W. E. Bowman of Elkhart, surgeon for the Lake Shore and Michigan Southere railway company, and an unknown male companion, were struck by a fast mail train on that road last night and instantly killed. The accident oc curred at the fatal Union crossing, where a farmer and wife were recently hurled into eternity. No Cause- Ginrn. Chicago, Dec. 19. Without apparent! cause Attorney Hiram Bigelow. who j formerly resided in New York, com-j mitted suicide yesterday in the Vin- j cennes hotel. His body was found in' bed. his nose close to a bowl which j contained two sponges saturated in chloroform. j Jury Oitinfftfed. Tipton. Ind., Dec. 19. The sensa tional damage snit which has occupied the attention of the court the past week, wherein Ellis Browning, a Wild cat township farmer, asked $25,000 damages against Lige Perry, county auditor, for the alienation of his la-year-old wife's affections, resulted in the Jury disagreeing. Nundav Rates to all Points On Ibe C. K. & M. The C. R & M. made a Sunday rate to all oints on their line one fare for the round trip. Tickets good returnicg same day only. Sunday rates to Cincinnati $1.95 for the round trip. Trains leave here 9:30 a. m. returning leave Cincinnati 7:30 p. m. arriving ut Richmond 9:35 p. m. C. A. Blair, City Ticket Agent. Phone 44. Lahrman PZnainel shoes for ladies ami gents $3.00. House slippers for gents, 4Sc to 2.00. ladies, 48c o 1.50. girls, 48c to 98e. boys, 48c to 1.00. Fancy shoes for babies, good line, 50c. Little rubber boots for children 98c. Queen Quality shoes for ladies, 3.00. Uncle Sam enamel for gents, 3.00, guar anteed. HUMPE, Next to Knollcnberg. OPEX EVERY EVENINU. Still o o in doubt?.. about tht Xmas present. Come to us and let us shojv you through our mammoth stock of Useful Holiday Gifts. 718 MAIN ST. Men's Slippers 49c AT LAIIKMAK'S. Ladies' Fur Trimmed Nullifers 98c AT LAHltMAX'S. ! FOll INSTANCE An all wool blanket at $3 to $6.50.Z Large fluffy cotton blankets. 50c to 3$. Good heavy home-made comforts, all prices, Lace curtains, portiers, art squares, rugs. etc. Boy's Slippers 49c at laiikmax's. Men's Patend Leather Shoes S2.98 AT IiAIIKMAN'S. Boy's Rubber Boots AT LAIIHMAX'S. Children's Patend Leather Shoes AT LA HUMAN'S. Misses Slippers AT LAIIRMAX'S. Ladies' Enamel Shoes AT I All UMAX'S. Of every description for both ladies and gen men .... Rings, brooches, belt buckles, cuff but tons, watch chains and fobs, scarf pins, and other pretty novelties. We are selling: dzeas of thosi go-d lagersoll Dollar Watches for Christmas gif s for ib.3 boys. Handkerchiefs and Mufflers. M'n'8 Handkerchiefs by te thousands Nt a laiger fetock to seltct from in the ity 5c to $1.50. Mufflers in many stvles and colorp. Ways mufflers, square mufflers, oxford See our oxfords at SOe, 75c and f l.OO. An ideal gift for h man or buy. Neckyvear to Please T Everybody. All cur 503 ties, put one in a box if you want it. . Are selling: qn te a number of Smoking Jackets. Pick out yours oeiore mey are an gone $3 so to 7.00. Everything in shoe and rubber line at La Ihi ip mm si ro ps 718 MAIN. The RAILROAD STOE BEAMY, J! UUHaUEKyi BELLAVITA Ajweiuc Boctry T'blu m.ni PUi. a lisor-iem Restore ike Mv , to ta c .Q day,' treauot Jt .if rm' l.Ou, Irf urn. win for eirctr"r. Ad-lraa Sold by A. G. LukenA Co.,Mair street, and Corme A Co., 41S oortt eighth street. RlehMond E. O. CROOVENOiyi D. SPECIAL EQUPMEST TpHK TREATMENT Ol Diseases of the Eye, M Nose auu inroar. 24 north Elcvfi Ct.