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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM WJS.-NKSDAY JANUARY 1. 1902.
OUR eOHSTAHT AIM IS TO . IH THE We want to remind you that we have in stock some of the finest Mocha and Java Coffee that money can buy. We have all grades at all prices, from the very lowest up, but we pride ourselves on the quality of our mocha and java, which we aim to keep up to the very highest notch for quality. If you are not using it, try a sample lot john f. McCarthy BEE HIVE flOtk. i Tr OS Aottoracite Coal o We have a good supply of Anthraci'e oal in all size?. Our coal is stored in eovered bins, and carefully screened - ' before leaving the yard. Telephones 49 v,, Heiskell's Ointment Heads the Skin. rw. H n a stabbora eaa. of pimples, nsu t.Oi. .Ty.ipyia airm, or any .raptwHi. Th. w m pfmuwt. aa crate a bob, ilru(iiu sr bj mail. postpaid. Back f it. vort U BraaaU'a lladxratovi Soap. cuu. jaTaf. limtwtT a ca aai fwim au, yallaaalaaaab hl have Ini greatly fceaetitteaj hy lag year Ointment hf pimple." Mrs. Yaaaa, 437 4th Av , Saw Tack. 91 TART the Mew Tsar with V (SO." cout. Save the pennies and Dl C the dollars will save them- 0 xgs selves. One dollar atarts jtf 5g3 yea. Three per cent, interest. M SELL THE BEST SOOOS MARKET GROCERY HOES iVK HAVE ALL THE HELICA CIKS OF THE SEASON FOR YOUR NEW YEAR SPREAD We haven't space to go into detail and tell yon everything we have just make out your list ami semi it in. H 'e will do the rest. TTE WISH YOr A HAPI'Y NEW YEA It. W. E. HASTINGS. o Mather Bros. Go. ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY OFFICERS. REPRESENTATIVE. Dr. M. W. Yeneer a candidate for Repre senlative, subject, to iiepublicaa numination Oliver C. Davis is a randidate for Repre sentative, cubject tu K publran uoniination PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Paul Comatock is a candidate for Prosecnt ing Attorney, subject to the Republican uomi nation. CLERK. Edgar M. Haas i a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the Republican nomination. SHERIFF. Richard S. Smith is a candidate for Sheriff, subject vo Ue R-publican nomination. Albert B. Steen . a candidate fur Sheriff, suDjeci vo in ittrj.uDiican roa mation. AUDITOR. H. J. Hanes " a candidate for County Auuiwr, Buojecfc 10 itepuDiican Domination. Oamaa S. Cos " a anoidate for County nuuiwr, nuujeci to nepuDiicao nomicauon. COMMISSIONER. Middle District. Geo. W. Ebersell is a candidate for Count t-ommiSBiouer ior tne Middle District, sub- ji to tne itepuDiican nomination. Eastern District. Richard A. Davenport is a candidate for Conntv Commissioner for the Ea tern Dis trict, sudi. ct to tne Kepubltcan nominarion 1 1 Joseph RUMilliken is a candidate forconn ty commissioner, Eastern District, subject to CORONER. Dr. Brewer s a candidate for Coroner, sub ject to the Kepublican nomination. CITY OFFICERS. CLERK. John F. Taggart is a candidate for t-ity clerk, subject to the Republican nomination TREASURER. . has. A. C. Tennis i a candidate for city tivasarer, ku eject to Republican nominat.on. Harrv T. f lahar ia a candidate for citv treasurer, subject to Republican nomination. COUNCILMAN. .Charles S. Naai is a candidate for council fruita l&e Mklh ud. hiMl tA IK. S.nnhli can tcmicatioD. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. ROAD SUPERVISOR. Jerry M. Wallace is a candidate for Road Snpemaor of District No. . Wayaa township, subject to tie Republican nomination. ANOTHER RULING " T 'i Injunction AriiKf Northern? Dissolved n.v i Higher Court. JUIXJE NOT SUSTAINED The United State Circuit Coart Pops it Agree With District Court III the Matter. Governors of the Northwestern States Declare- Them-idves A?aiusi pro posed Merger. Minneapolis, Jan. 1. Judge Wm. Lochren of the United States circuit court yesterday dissolved the tempor ary injunction issued in the case of Peter Power against the Northern Pa cific railway company by Judge Elli ott of the district court of Hennepin county, Monday. The injunction which was dissolved by the order of Judge Lochren re strained the Northern Pacific from is suing any evidences of indebtedness to retire the preferred stock of the com pany or to retire the preferred stock in any other manner than by the use of the surplus net earnings of the road, it also restrained the Northern Pacific and its officers from entering into any agreement or doing any act by which the road would be consolidated or merged through the medium of the Northern Securities company, with the Great Northern or the $urlington or either of them. After the deirisica was made orally by Judge Lochren at the close of a day's argument by the attorneys for both sides, an effort was made by the plaintiff's attorneys to have the court fix the amount of j bond which would be required in or- der to appeal from the decision and to j stay all further proceedings in the; lower court pending the appeal. Judge j Lochren refused to allow a superse deas bond in any amount to be given. Judge W. A. Lancaster, representing Mr. Power, the plaintiff, asked the court: "Does your honor mean to say that the damage which would result to the Northern Paci3c Railway com pany if an appeal from your order dis solving the temporary injunction were taken and a supersedeas bond staying proceedings were filed, would be r,o great that a bond could not be given . large enough to reimburse the defend ant?" "As the question of granting a su persedeas." the judge replied, "is dis cretionary with the court, I decline to permit the staying of the proceed Ings or the force of the ordejv.by a supersedeas bond on appeal.' .,- Judge Lochren held that the Northern Pa cific was acting within the authority of its charter of the contract entered into between it and its stockholders as incorporated in the certificates of preferred stock and of the agreement entered into Nov. 13 in attempting to retire the $75,000,000 of preferred stock in the manner alleged by Mr. Power. He also held that railroad corpora tions could not do indirectly what the law prevented them from doing direct ly and that any method by which con solidation of two or more competing and parallel lines would be brought about would be illegal and a writ of injunction would properly restrain the consummation of the plan. But there was nothing in the case as now pre sented to him that would Indicate the stockholders of the Northern Pacific Railway company were attempting such a consolidation or merger. The case was transferred late Mon day night by the Northern Pacific Rail way company from the state to 'he federal court and an order to show cause, returnable yesterday morning, why the temporary injunction grant ed by Judge Elliott should" not be dis solved, was secured from Judge Loch ren and served upon Mr. Power's at torneys. The answer of the defendant was filed in the district court and an order removing the case to the fed eral court was secured from Judge Brooks of the Hennepin district court. Th? Northern Pacific's answer was a lengthy document of 32 typewritten pages and ostensibly was prepared on a few hours notfee. WILL XOT STAND IT Governor"- or Northwestern States Propose to Kixtot. Helena, Mont., Jan. 1. A definite plan of action to defeat the proposed consolidation of the Northern Pacific, Great Northern and Burlington rail way systems was yesterday unani mously agreed upon by the governors and attorneys-general of seven North western states, in which those roads have mileage. Legal action will be in stitned immediately in Minnesota courts with this object in view and, to quote Attorney General Douglas oi Minnesota. "The thing will be fought to a finish." Just how, when or where these suits will be brought, neither Governor VanSant of Minnesota or At tonaey General Douglas would state. The conference adjourned late in the afternoon after adopting resolutions condemning the proposed merjer as contrary to sound public policy and pledging support to any proper legal action which may be brought to test fts validity. Other resolutions adopt ed call on congress to investigate the subject and favor the granting of pow er to the interstate commerce com mission to fix maximum rates upor Interstate business. scspKtrr i-or ri,AX Toons Student' Strains' Atpa n rea ? Alum. Paoll.-Inii jfctn. 1. James 3ov;; son of OrtJ-.i5 Howie s 6f this pi- is missing, ami the family is jnlii eTery effort to locate him. He wa r.t tending Purdue university, and jus: before his Cfcrislma3 vacai.on h wrote to his brother, a drus-st Bloomington, that he would arrive there on a certain train and be rt atiy to assist him. The train did not biiaj; him and after some delay the bra hei went to Lafayette, but no one the1- seemed to know much about hint. The house where he had roomed was found unlocked and his beet clothing was there. Mr. Bowles wore a cluster of diamonds on his finger and -one or his bosom, valued at probably $700 ot $800. His friends are alarmed for feai he is a victim of ioul play. TrrscberoiM Ice. Milan, Ind., Jan. L While skatej were enjoying themselves on the icj surface of the Milan pond John Devei and Mrs. Grace Fallis, prominent young people, struck a thin sheet from which the ice had once been cut and sank in 20 feet of water, bott being drowned. Their bodies were rt covered after much difficulty. li inter Alanaletl Nashville. Ind., Jan. 1. George Prit zer, while hunting, dropped his guc and it was discharged, tearing awa part of his heel. Amputation of the foot followed. A rMassachnsetti Trasely. Turners Falls, Mass., Jan. 1. Louis i Bitzer. who shot and killed his clerk Miss I i Colnmbe, and his five-year old son. and attempted to take the lives of his wife and two other chil dren yesterday, was taken to the Franklin county jail in Greenfield late in the day. He is being given a hear ing in the district court today. He it charged with murder and it is likelj he will be held for the grand jury which will convene in March. Friends of Bitzer aver that he was insane when he committed the murders, bul the officers after a careful investiga tion say that they have secured nc evidence to bear out that claim. (irnnt an linrt-e St. Paul. Jan. 1. Late yesterday af ternoon General Superintendent F. E Ward of the Great Northern, P. M Arthur, grand chief of the Brother hood of Engineers, and J. J. Hanra han, first vice grandmaster of the Fire men. met at the Great Northern build ing to sign iie agreement between the company and the engineers and fire men. which was practically completed in the morning. The new agreement grants an increase of wages to both engineers and firemen, recognizing the contention of the men work on the: new and larger engines is worth more than the old scales. New Theory of Life. Chicago. Jan. 1. Professor Jacquej Ixeb of the University of Chicago, it a paper read before a section of the American Society of Naturalists con vention, made the announcement thai he had discovered the physical proces ses that accompany life, that electri city and not heat energy is the basit of life. He does not claim to have solved the problem of "What is life?" but to have proved a theory which overthrows a fundamental 1 portion ol the teachings of text books on physi ology. Xorth tl:tmi- Mpisilmn. San Juan, P. R., Jan. 1. The United States north Atlantic squadron arriv ed off this port yesterdi:;. Rear Ad miral Francis F. Higginson came ashore and transferred his flag to the United States gunboat Marietta. The latter had been awaiting the squadron here for several weeks. Admiral Hig ginson visited Governor Hunt and se cured the squadron's mail. He pro ceeded to Gulebra Island last evening. The itinerary of the squadron is un changed. Troublesome Lormtert. St. Johns. N. F.. Jan. 1. The Anglo French modus vivendi covering the lobster question on the French shore of Newfoundland expired yesterday. It is not known what course will be adopted with regard to the future ot this question. Newfoundland is not desirous of renewing the measure un til it shall be required by imperial ex igencies. I he condition of affairs in South Africa weighs largely with the colonial government in deciding what action shall be taken in this matter. Hello of Nero' K-iirn. Louisville, Ky.. Jan. 1.- A package containing bones and dried blood of St. Magnus, a Roman centurion, and St. Bonisa. a Roman virgin, who were martyred in the time of Nero, arrived from Rome at the office of the sur veyor of the port in Louisville yes terday. The relics will be placed un der the altar of St. Martin's Catholic church in this city. They were taken from the catacomb over 200 years ago and have since rested in the church of the convent of Agnai near Rome. The Boiler Let Go. Prescott, Ark.. Jan. 1. From some nnknown cause a boiler exploded yes terday at Britt's Switch, nine miles from here, killing instantly Tim Moore, James Hogue and A. T. Cal houn. Maao Men Held Back. Havana. Jan. 1. Full election re tarns have not yet been received here. The indications promise a light vote. The partisans of General Bartholome Vaso in Havana did not rot. RICHMOND LOAN CO. ROOM S, COLONIAL BUILD INCS. LOANS Do you nttd money? If you do, you can get it today by call MONEY ing on us. We niaVe loans on furniture, pianos, fixture s, MONEY tean's. warehouse rcccipls, or any other personal projicny of MONEY value. Ytu can keep the goods in jour possession, and thus MONEY have the ux; of both the goods and the money. MONEY We make lot-ns to salatit-d peotle who are permanently em- MONEY ployed by reliable firms on their own personal note without MONEY security. MONK We make loans on diamonds, watches, ndothcr articles of MONEY value left in pledge. MONEY You can get any .amount from fo.OO to flOO. MONEY You can have from one to twelve months time. MONEY You will be treated courteously. MONEY You will receive honorable dealings. MONEY Your business v. ill be strictly confidential. MONEY Your payments will le so small that Jyou will not feel them. MONEY Call on us when in netd of money. MONEY RICHMOND LOAN CO., LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LOANS LONS Room 8, Colonial Building, S. E. Cor. Main and 7th Sts. Home Phone -445. a -J Department Sale No. 2 A Cleaning Up Sale . . Of Men's and Boys Laundered Colored HURT Tuesday Dec. 31,1901 To end 1901 and start 1902 by saving you money is partly the object of this sale. Also we find we have a few too many stiff bosom shirts on hand hence the price cutting. Our shirts need no introduction to the people of Richmond we will only say thev are all "Anchor Krand," which hundreds of time to mean SHIRT PERFECTION. All new colors, new patterns, new materials. All 50c shirts go for 42c. Tuesday and Thursday. These were originally 75c shirts, but were bought late in the season. Some have two separate laydown collars, others 1 pair of cuffs. All 75c shirts go for 63c. Tuesday and Thursday. A most complete assortment. Regular $1.00 patterns. All $1X0 shirts 83c. Tuesday and Thursday. None belter made. They wash. Patterns and colors for all. EXTRA SPECIAL We have a number of 50c and 75c shirts, some slightly soiled, some from last sea son, but all good patterns and colors ; to oo. close , . OOC Two plated collar buttons given with each shirt on Tuesday and Thursday. R 'IPC KSTABI.ISIIEl 185. and Thursday, Jan. 1,1902 people have found by this 0 StORE