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TUESDAY. JAN. , U, 1902. Indiana and Ohio 'Weather Washihgtoh, n. C. Jan. 14 - For Indiana: Fair . tonight and WVdned .y, slightly cooler in the north Wednesday. Ohio Warmer tonight, fair in the south, cloud?, probably snow in the north, Wednesday snow in the north and central. LOCAL MENTION. For good watches and clocks see Haner. There was no police court this morning. The next meeting of the Musical club is on January 22. Musical club meets on Wednesday of next week. The ladies of the Penny club will met tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Runnel, 401 Randolph street. The Fortnightly entertainment at the Country cluo tonight at 8 o'clock Euchre and whist will be played. All member? are invited. (Jo to Haner's for correct fitting of eye glasses. Mr. Milligan, the New Castle banker, who is a candidate for state senator, is in the city today. Mrs. Frank Lackey went to Cam bridge City today to spend the day. The trains on the Panhandle are gradually getting back to schedule time, but the through trains are ail late from a few minutes to a half hour. Typewriters, all makes, for sale or rent. Rib!x)ns, repairs, etc. Tyr rell, W. U. telegraph office. t'f Toler's drug st re. corner fifteenth and Main. Trade there once and you will trade again. 'J-3t A marriage license was issued yes terday afternoon to Clyde Mustard ani Minnie Caroline Harris of Rich mond. Both beinir under age the consent of the parents was filed. Mr. and Mrs. George McCauley p-nt yesterdiy at llayerstown, guests of Mrs. Frank Rjplogle. Alf WeUhaupt of Bartel & Co , who has boen laid off for same days by sickness, returned to work this morning. Friends of Purnell, the Panhandle patrolman, will be surprised as well as grieved to learn of his death. His headquarters were at Columbus aad his home at Urbana, but he was here so much as to ba known by all the railroad people. He died yesterday at Urbana, quite suddenly, irom pneumonia. The Rev. Mr.Trippeerof the Third M. E. church is assisting the local minister at Peru in a series of re vivals, which will continue through the coining- week. He returned to fill his pulpit here Sunday and will be here for good on and after Sunday next. Miss Edna Keever will entertain a party of lady friends at her home on west third street this evening. At the Third M. E. church this evening the Rev. Mason of Cincio nati will deliver a lecture on "Evan gelisation of Africa. " Complaints to W. D. Foulke made by L-ucius li. & wilt that several rural carriers in Delaware county have been taking an important part in politics have been sustained and severe reprimands issued. I he em ployes have been notified that they must either cease to serve on com mittees or resign their positions. The Times, of Harrison, Boone county. Ark., January 11: At the invitation oi Col. I nomas Helm, or the Ozark and Texas Land Co., our editor made one of a merry party, including Mr. and Mrs. H. L.Weber, of Richmond, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Helm, W. B. Coffee and L. M Wi l, which visited on Thursday last the ( Jlendale, a recently opened prospect in the southeast corner of Boone county. Dr. J. N. Hurty, secretary of the state board of health, is denouncing the sale of an article called Kremo, and says that by its use Indiana peo ple are swindled out of thousands of dollars daily. It isa yellowish-white powder, an adulterant of milk and cream made in Chicago. By its use an ounce of- the preparation allows the use of one pint of water and a half gallon of milk in the making of two gallon of the finest-looking of cream. It is also used to adulterate milk with. How far the swindle has gotten into Wayne county is not known, but it is stated to be all over the state. Joseph Spahr, jr., has sold his farm southwest of Centerville, in the Dodge setlement, and nought a fine farm one mile north of Straurhan's, in Henry county, near Lewisville and will remove there about the first of March. Joseph Clevinger bought the Sphr farm for his son Daaiei, who will take it as soon as Spahr Aflat Cleans by dissolving (not scouring) the dirt or tarnish. moves out, when the father and son. will live on adjoining farms. EI wood Morris was down town to day for the first time since his acci ent. Elder Howe returned last evening from Winchester. - Dr. Ferling was at Lynn on pro fessional business yesterday. Charley Clawson is again down with rheumatism and confined to his house. About the first of February W. H Trindle and wife remove to New York, where Mrs. Trindle will be housekeeper for Mr. and Mrs. D. G. R-id. Joseph Stevenson and wife leave in a day or two for Los Angeles to be there some weeks. George R. Williams and wife will remove to 44 Washington avenue to live with Mrs. William's father, Thomas Campbell, for the remainder of the winter. Wm Hurt and wife, who went to California about ammth ajro, re turned last nijfht. Mr. Hunt has a bad cold coatracted while out there. Orayce Porterfleld'i bene fit c incert tomorrow night. Ten Lives Lost. South McAlester, I. T., Jan. 14. Ten men lost their lives by an ex plosion in Mine No. 9 last night. They were the only occupants of the mine. New Parsonage. For some weeks the pastor and congregation of the colored Baptist church on sojth ninth street have been making a grand effort to raise money by subscription among their friends to purchase a house right back of the church to be used as a parsonage. It required something over $ l,t00, and their friends will be rejoiced to know that thoy yesterday succeeded ic getting the last dollar necessary, and will soon make the purchase. This will put this con gregation in excellent shape finan cially. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Ebert Ernest Theodore Ebert died at noon today at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Baening from consumption, aged 21 years and 10 months. One brother, Gus, survives. The deceased was raised at the Wernle Home. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock (sun time) from the home of Mr. Puening, 605 south eighth street, Rev. A. J. Feeger officiating. Inter ment at Wernle cemetery. Grayee Porterfleld's bene fit concert tomorrow night. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Prepared by Nathan S. Lamar, ab stractor of titles to real estate and notary public: Edward T. Parry to Caleb W. and Mary A. Price, part northeast quar ter of section 21, township 13, range 1 west, containing S'8 acres; $5,500. Richard R. VanSant to John A. and Annie L. Stout, lots 20 and 71 in Charles T. Price's second addition, known as South Richmond; $50. Anthony H. Walberg to Henry Geers, part lot 12 laid out by Poe & Hittle in Oakland, also part of lot 29 in that part of Richmond laid out by John Smith; $1. G.orge M. Jordan to Sarah Ellen Jordan, part of northeast and north wes'; quarters of section 24, township 18, range 12, containing 60 acres; $1. Edwin F. Dalbey to Emma Houch, lots 13 and 14 in Houyh & Hough's addition to Fountain City; $700. Mary D. Bond et al. to Margaret McCaffrey, 3 5 interest in parts of southeast, northeast and southwest quarters of section 21, and part of northeast and northwest quarters of section 22, all in township 16, range 13 east, containing 201.70 acres: $7,200. . Clinton A. Brck to Sarah Moore, part of sections 34 and 35 in township 13, range 1 west, containing 2.29 acres, $1 500. Susan C. Manning et al. to Edgar I. Manning, south half of northwest quarter of section 4, township 17, range 13 east, containing 80 acres, $4,000. John Manning et al. to Susan C. Manning, the north half of the north west quarter of section 4, township 17, range 13 east, and 10 acres off the south end of east half of southwest quarter of section 33, township 18, range li, containing in ail 90 acres, $5,500. Joseph B Hill to Abiarail Hadley, the north half of lot 9 in Gates addi- j tion to Richmond, $1 000 j William B. Drmer to Jerome Jor dan, part of fractional section 7, i township 14, ranee 1 west, contain- j iuu 77 acre, $4,000. JiwienH Clvenirer to Harry B. Mil ter and Cassada, his wife, lots 11 and 12 in Grand Boulevard sub-division in Richmond, $601. First National bank to Angeline Woods, part of lot 10 in Hiatt & Lyndes addition to Richmond, $825. F. W. Porterfield, piano tuner. Home telephone 297. 14 6t G raj ce Porterflelds bene fit concert tomorrow night. RICHMOND DAILY PAIXAPIUH,: AUNUAL Distribution , of Taxes In Wayne County in the Various Funds. The semi annual distribution will take place on Monday, January 27,in the townships, roa-l, special school, local and state tuition, library, cor poration and school house bond funds: Abington $1 012 18 Boston 2 51123 Center 3 y Clay 2 577 12 Dalton 993 27 Franklin 2 296 53 Green 2 333 57 Harrison 743 92 Jackson 2 J71 41 Jefferson 1 929 32 New Garden 3 683 04 Perry 1 Jjj6 I Washington 1 874 77 vVayne 7 252 72 Webster 1 424 94 The same funds will b3 drawn by the trustees and treasurers of the following school and other corpora tions. Boston $ 3189 Cambridge City 3 142 17 Centerville 1395 43 Dublin.. . 1 788 17 East Germantown 86 26 Fountain City 281 17 Hagerstown 2 446 68 Milton 1 567 06 Mt. Auburn 66 68 Richmond 33 412 31 Spring Grove .. .- . 313 63 Whitewater 37 24 Total distribution $80,835.70 McCreary Elected Senator. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 14. James B. McCreary was elected United Sta'e-i senator by the two houses of the legislature ia separate session. The vote will be declared in joint session tomorrow. The vote in the house stood McCreary 74, Deboe 24; in the senate McCreary 23, Deboe 11, W. O. Bra lley 1. ol;!1t'r loot's ti ,tttloV!. Washington. Jan. 14. The war de partment has been advised of the ex ecution of Phineas Foutz. late cor poral of Company K, 19th infantry, at Cebu, Philippine Islands, on the morn ing of Jan. 3. 1902. Foutz was con victed of the willful murder of a na tlve girl in the Ph 1 ppine Islands on Nov. 15, 1900, and was sentenced to be hanged, but t scapel from the custody of the military. He was executed im mediately after his recapture. Suieitle In a Saloon. Louisville, Jan. 14. W. H. Martin, an insurance solicitor, committed sui cide at 12:15 o'clock this morning by shooting himself in the head while in a saloon on Jefferson street neai Fourth.- He was to have been married in three weeks. The cause of the sui cide is not known. DAILY MARK ET KEPOKX Prevailing Prices Kor Ura in. Provis ions and livestock on Jan. 13. Indianapolis Urain and Livestock. Wheat Waiton. 8Sc; So. S rrl. steady, r9c Corn Steady: So. nuiwt, !!. Oat Firm; No. 2 mixed, lac. Cattle Steady at 47.ia. Hogs Steady at .".; nxi.a.i. Slieep Steady at 1.5tt8.30. Lambs Steady at 3C6j.6j. Chicago Urain and Provisions. Opened. Closed Wheat Jaa 7S- t .7: Mat 2, .Ml; July S2' turn Jaa J4i' , l ay in" ., July.. .oi', Oats Jan : -I-'''; .4i MT !"' .4.'., July .io?4 Pork Jan 1H.60 Mat ..ir.'w 1;.m July lrt.vto Lard Jan 8.43 May !. jmy a.; k;o Kite Jau May , 8 July "--2 8-&I Closing casii market W neat. T7?.o; cora J2,v-: ol..4."cu pork. 16.tt0; lard. t'J.ii, rib, ts-i:. Louisville Urain and Livestock. Wheat No. X red and lonberry, Xu Corn J'o- i wli. 72c; 2u. 2 mixed. 71c Oats No. 2 mixed al-c; Xo. 2 white, M'jC Cattle Strong at t2.2ia-i.7i. Ho steady al 4.30rii.;o. sheep JMeaoy at Ljtnttw 9ieady,al f2.jO Cincinnati lira in and Livestock. Wheat -Steady; So. 2 red. til--,.-.. Corn Steady; So. J mixed, -c' Oats Steady ; So. 2aixed. ito Cattle active at 1.7 a.oi. xtoga Quiet at.S4.10ii.4U. Sheep ctrvng at Sl.!4. Lamb Active at ti.a&. Cbicaso Livestock Cattle Acme; ateera, 4$7.I; atockars aad (ders. Ji-Iii l-J-Hogs steauy at (4.0n.ia. Soeep sieauy at ;( 2i..i. lamM dteaay at X2u to e. New York Livestook Cattle Siea.iy at SU-fiOxiiju. Uod Ouui t 4Ji.. dueep at 4 A. l.i. Lauio sieaii? at i t-n-l lluflaio I tietifock. Cattle f . at S -i.ri. llos Acl:v al Siieep steady at S4.21 Lamb steady at -... K. Toiexlo Grain. Wheat Firm: eJ;ah, ; M ay. a, Cora Active; No. icaM.k, Oau Aeuvv: Na. tcak, 4ac LATEST QUOTATIONS. Chicago, 111, Jan. 14. Wheat, 771 Corn, 61. Oats. 441. Toledo, O., Jan. 14. Wheat, SSi. TUES DAY. JAyUARY-1 4 IT CAUSES TALI Action of Chilean Delegate is Taken to Possess Sig nificance. AFf IiONTED THE CHAIK Walker Martim-z, of Cbtli Dtunnces the Preileiu's Iiuliusf as Chic anery and Walks Oat. Effort! to ilet At a Plan ot Com pulsary Arbitration Have Not Yet liorne Fruit. Mexico City. Jan. 14. Yesterday's ession of the Pan-American confer ence ha'J been dull enough, when to ward the enit a ripple of excitement was created. It began with an amend ment looking to the suppression of the final protocol in order to enable the compulsory plan of arbitration to be reported to the conference. This amendment waa carried by 30 votes. Chili abstaining from voting. Tbe vote excited great interest, as it was a forecast that the advocates of compulsory arbitration were going to have their way in insisting that the plan be reported to the conference. The suppression of the final protocol was the removal of an obstacle. Then Senor Pardo of Mexico arose and of fered a substitute, directing that .11 treaties reported by the conference to the department of foreign relations should be drawn up in Spanish, Por tuguese. French and Knglish. It was proposed that this amendment should be put at once to a vote. Thereupon Walker Martinez of Chili remarked that the hour of adjournment had passed, it being after 1 o'clock. It was provided, he said, by Article 16 of the rules that sessions should begin at Id o'clock and end at I. President Rai gosa called Senor Martinez's attention to the tact that the session had not begun until nearly 11 o'clock. There upon Senor Martinez rose from his place and walked out of the hall, say ing audibly as he did so: "There is no answering that; this is a species of chicanery to which the people of this country are accustomed." Imme diately afterward, upon the courteous request of Blest Gana of Chili, the chair adjourned the session. It is claimed that one effect of the affront of Walker Martinez will almost cer tainly be that if the Mexicans have now to choose between taking the side of the Chilians or the other South Americans in the arbitration dispute wtrfc'ft ia jiot quite , settled they wITl be decidedly inclined to . the latter. The Peruvian, Argentine, Venezuelan, Paraguayan, Bolivian and Dominican delegations attended the morning ses sion, not as signifying any abatement of their claims, but as a mark of con- ciliatoriness and deference to Mexico and the United States. No definite solution of the arbitra tion difficulty has been reached. A meeting in the afternoon between the Mexicans and South Americans favor able to the compulsory plan lasted sev eral hours and adjourned without com ing to a definite decision. The action of Walker Martinez at yesterday's ses sion is the general topic of conversa tion. hl'SPKCT AKUKSTFI) Colored Porter Held Pen linsi I lives -tiagition In Dennis Case. Washington. Jan. 14. The dstec tives have arrested Richard Cole, col ored, and locked him up on suspicion in connection with the mysterious as sault on Mrs. Ada G. Dennis, the fash ionable dressmaker, on Dec. 9. The police are investigating a story which leads them to think Cole may have some knowledge of the crime or some connection with it. The arrested man i3 22 years old. He has been working at the Dennis establishment as porter and bundle carrier for about five months and had borne a good reputa tion. He was Implicitly trusted by Mrs. Dennis and in her statement to the police Sunday she manifested anxiety that no suspicion be cast upon any of her servants or employes in connection with tbe assault. - Prince Henry Keeeption. Washington, Jan. 14. While the bject of the reception to be accord ed to Prince Henry has not yet been fully discussed by the cabinet, it Is believed that the necessary arrange ments will be placed in the hands of a Joint committee composed of a rep resentative of the state department and of an officer each of the army and navy. There is no present disposi tion to bring the North Atlantic squad ron all the way back from the Carib bean sea to form the advance recep tion line. The navy still has some fine ships 1- f at the northern yards which may be used for this purpose. A Pretty Compliment. New York. Jan. 14. Emperor Wii Ham's yacht now being constructed at Shoter's Island, is to be christened "Alice." The name Alice will be given to the yacht in honor of Ms Alice Roosevelt, daughter of President Roos evelt, who is to christen the yacht, and for a cousin of the emperor whose came also is Alice. The cousin in question is thought to be the czarina of Russia, who waa the Princess Alix cf Hesse, granddaughter of Queen Victoria. . - . 1902 i TRY - - - - Lehr & FOR Overcoats, Suits Hats, Caps, UNDERWEAR Or Furnishing Goods. 725 Main St. (? All Overcoats Reduced 10 to 40 per cent. Now is the time to make money by saving money Store closed Tuesday, Wednesday, Thuisd8y ard Friday at 6 p. m. 3 C Thli. C. M. HAMILTON, 10 IS. lolh Street, Opp. cPtcott Hotel, Richmond, Ind. BOTH PHONES. bd if if w Klute DENTIST GilbertT. Dnobad The Furniture Dealer 627 & 629 MAIN OT. - The store that has the stock and saves you money.