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RICHMOND DAILY PA MEDIUM .TUESDAY JANUARY 14. 1902.
f. -: . . . IN THE CO o o UJ And plenty of them. Don't waste time and patience, but phone us direct and have your order filled promptly with good FRESH EGGS. Have you tried our TEN CENT MACKEREL lately ? CO UJ DC john f. McCarthy U L IBEE HIVE 6R3GERYI H III I)Ri:ilS OF FA91ILIK4 are now using ... 8 WW O a OUR HKK HIVK Baking Powder And they all pronounce it a DECIDED SUCCESS. It costs less than any other PURE CREAM OF TARTAR baking powder and is fully eu,ual in every way, to the very best Half Pound Can lc. a G IF TOtT GET IT AT aTHK HKK HIVK. IT'S GOOD. W. E O-0'1-O O 0 Q O dlQQ 0 0 O O O O O O 0O& Mather Bros. Co. w Can Supply You Promptly by the ton or PHONES 49. People's Exchange. All advertisements under the anovt head, such as "wan ,.'pa "for sale." lost," &c, will tie given one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. SStT.ritkr iin.und floor, sixteenth and Main. Wm Smith. tf Lose Oue six-stone diamond and one sapphire and diamond ring, tied in handkerchief, on north A between sixth and tenth, on Saturday even ing, November 9. Big reward if re turned to 41 north sixth street. 11-6 For Sale Yankee south sixteenth. cleaner at 19 13 2t "Wanted Family sewing at 19 south sixteenth street. 18-2t Wanted To buy empty horse radish bottles at No. 27 Ft. Wayne avenue. "Lost Small package of light brown dress goods between Boston store and Central avenue Monday evening. Finder leave at Boston store. Lost January 13 on or near Main street, a razor. Finder please leave at Palladium office and get reward. Wanted Employment. Good hand with horses. 804 north six teenth street. WEBSTER. Dan Palmer has added a section on to his wood house. Ora Monger is having a new barn put up by John Steddom. Penn Bond is putting up a bars. Quite a number in our community are suffering with the grip. Several from this place attended the Hatfield meeting at Williamsburg last week.' Oliver Demery moved into the country last Monday out of the town of Webster. The M. E. Sunday school held the election of officers with the following for the ensuing year: Mrs. C. T. McMahan, superintend ent. Mrs. J. II. CUnehens, first assist ant sjperintendent. Mrs. Julius Davis, second assist- ant superiniender t. Miss Ida Plankinham, secretary. Miss Inez Mendenhall, assistant secretary. Miss Bertba Davis, treasurer. Mrs. C. D. Brown, organist. Miss Chlo Wilson, assistant organ ist. Mrs J. Outland. violinist. The Sunday school begins with a good corpsof officers and desires that every one feel in the community that he is wanted and welcome. Every! Sunday at 2 p. m. j The Wilcoxen family have bad the jaea&ksbut are now convalesciEg. , -j MARKET . . . i V o o if o o o o o m o i i a rri kirn cosrlad. Miss Cora and Miss Grace McMa ban of Centerville spent New Year's day with their brother of this place, C. F. McMaban. and family. J. W. Lamb has the meas'e Miss Bertha Davis, Messrs. Frank and Jim Witmer and Clifford Price have the measles. Mr. C. D. Brown was laid up for a few days last week with a sprained ankle but is now getting better. Let us speak of man as we find him. And censure only what we can see, Remembering that no one au be perfect, ITnles he uses Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. THE FLORIDA SPECIAL. Through Service to Southern Resorts via Pennsylvania Lines. Through passenger service to win ter resorts in Florida and the south over the Pennsylvania Lines via Cin cinnati, Atlanta and Maccn to Jack sonville and St. Augustine has been resumed. Drawing room sieeping cars leave Pittsburgh in the morn ing, Chicago at noon, each week day, reaching Cinc'nnati in Ihe evening, from which point they go through to Florida in a solid train of composite club car, sleeping cars and dining cars. Only one night is spent on the way. The through schedule is given below : Leave Chicago, 12 00 noon: Lo- gansport, 3:10 p. m.; Kokomo, 3:43 p. m.; Jviwood, 4:18 p. m ; Ander son, 4:43 p. m.; Richmond, 6:00 p. m. ; and at Eaton, Ohio, at 6:25 p. m.; Hamilton, 7:05 p.m. ; Cincinnati, 9:30 p.m.; arrive Atlanta 10:30 a. m. ; Macon, 1.00 p. m ; Jacksonville, 8:10 p. m.; St. Augustine, 9:30 p.m., next day. Returning, the through sleeping cars for Chicago. Pittsburg and in termediate points via Cincinnati and the Pennsylvania Lines leave St. Augustine, 8:15 a. m.; Jacksonville, 9:15 a. m., daily, except Sunday. For information about special rate tourist tickets to winter resorts in Florida and the South, sleeping car reservations on the Florida Special, and other particulars, consult near est ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines, or communicate with W. W. Richardson, District Passenger Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. The federation of woman's clubs has extended the right of honorary membership to the men who make Rocky Mountain Tea. Women's greatest benefactor. Ask your druggist. ' m GLAD TO DO IT - 1, 1 -- E. (J. r:.atlilr.i:u 'Jo: ;i t!i, Maui iu Tell His Storv. he waives ins in;in The Cnrt Told the Former Director of in-..s That He Needn't Tetiiy luwillingly. To This K&thbone Replied That Hr W as OUd of the Opport unity to Talk. Havana, Jan. 1 The hearing of the charges growing out of the Cuban post office frauds was resumed yea'er tfay afternoon. TJ. G. Rathbone was unexpectedly called by the govern ment. The court told him he had the right to refuse to testify if he so de sired, to which he replied he was glad of the opportunity to testify. His frank manner in answering questions evidently impressed the court. The judges listened attentive- ;. KATHBOXE. ly to what Rathbone said when, ex plaining the details of tne working of the department of posts, he asked the privilege of making his statements more clear. The court questioned him concerning the appointments of Neely and Reeves, to which he replied that both men bad been sent to him by the department at Washington. He saidJjJl when Assistant Auditor Ltwthe tnrntu ovef "ule xice ic- u xi. - postal accounts, be highly recommend ed Reeves. Much time was taken up discussing the question as to whether or not Rathbone had issued an order to the effect that the Cuban postmasters ren der monthly accounts. It was due to the fact that the postmasters had not rendered accounts that Reeves was unable to issue any duplicate war rants, most of which Reeves now says Neely cashed, keeping the money. Rathbone claims that orders for the Cuban postmasters to render monthly accounts were issued June, 1899, and that these orders were in the form of recommendations from special agents that monthly accounts be carried. On these recommendations Rathbone says he wrote the word "ordered." signing his name below it. The government contends that the word "ordered" was not written on the recommendations when the irregularities in the post office were discovered. Rathbone produced letters written to his chief clerk in May, 1900, calling the latter's attention to the fact that the order for monthly inspection had not been carried out and asking an ex planation. The fiscal asked Rathbone if it was not his place to see that his orders were carried out as well as to issue them. To this the latter replied that with all the details of the office It was impossible for him to see tha' everything was done. Indiana Postmasters. Washington. Jan. 14. The president yesterday appointed the following In diana postmasters: C. D. Sherwin. Goshen; A. S. Peacock. Attica; E. E. Barnard. Delphi; A. A. Laird, Frank fort; A. M. Willoughby. Greensburg; E. G. Darnell, Lebanon ; Wm. C. Vance, Xoblesville; A. Morrissey, Notre Dame; W. H. Mallory. Veedersburg: Wm. O. Protsman. Vevay; R. S. Potts. Thorntown; B. W. Scott Wiseman. Cul ver. The reappointment of the follow ing Indiana postmasters was yester day confirmed by the senate: F. Z. Seefreit. Washington; A. A. Holmes. Sullivan; C. J. Sweezy, Napanee: J. W. Dale. Mitchell; W. W. Wills. Lin ton; X. H. Myers. Jefferson ville; W. H. Anderson. Elkhart; J. X. Frist. Clinton. A Newspaper Charter. New York. Jan. 14. George W. Hin man, editor of the Chicago tetter Ocean, who is in this city, announces that he and several other gentlemen whom he declined to name, hare ac quired full control of that paper. In speaking of the transaction. Mr. Hin man said: "Three or four New Vork men and myself have acquired Mr. Yerkes' interest in tfe Inter Ocean, also tie interest of William Penn Nix on. The corporation has been reor ganized as the Inter Ocean Newspaper company, it bavin oeen the Intel Ocean Publishing company.' Yv f 7 E. FACTS IlTFEv LINES New York crty Las thirty Jaranese JletbcdlisTs. It is euU ri;t-ft ?Wh) v.ill W jieM etl for tfcfr rfi'V-r o, our warsi-i Ui In;.; tLe n?T.t br : J year. Fil'criaa butter is iiotv t?eut I t 1.t quantities to Iudoii and Iluuwur;. uiider the lubcl of lon;li butter. Ia Trance they h.re invented 4 sumii-al f.'"in; iaa L.ue whit-h wu nifud reau iu human .iu at a r:;t''.' rule. Itostou h. about persons vi. gugvd in medicine. Including dentists veterinary surgeons, cLiroiiodists u.i. the like. A Chinese manuscript iu the Pari library proves that an;i-stheties l surgical puriKises were used iu China LTX years a'o. The largest bird of pr.-y in the oK? world is the laimuergeit-r. or loardH: vulture, which has a wiu expanse of nine to ten feet. Wasps may often be observed de tacbUiu from fences, boards or any oKl wood the fibers, which they afterward manufacture iuto papier uiache. The newest slut machine dispenses X rays to enable the passerby to see the bones of his hand. Th; tube is put in action by the usual nickel. During n recent drought the city council of Mexico. Mo., reduced the sa loon license from Sl.tiOO to JM.UuO. Now there is talk of increasing it a:un. The Chinese pen from time immemo rial has been a brush made of some soft hair and used to paint the curious ly formed Ittters of the Chinese alpha bet. The latest craze anion; the Parisian women is that of foxes, or. rather"; fox cubs, ns household pets. They are so largely in request that the little crea tures are for sale uow in the streets. Morphine is used extensively in the town of Ju.-t'ia Diaz. Porto Rico. It is estimated by the insular ttor.nl of health that out of the 2."iOO inhabitants l.OtNl are victims of this terrible habit. Ireland is astonishing criminologists by the remarkable deerease in the num ber of its criminals. The statistics for UMK). .lust published, show a decrease of per cent as compared with the figures for 1 ;!!. Philadelphia claims that raisinpr th-. retail license tax from r00 to ?l,10O has reduced the number of city saloons from ."i.TT.'J to 1 . 7 1 : since 1ns7 and lias kucched 4.01 x arrests fr drunkenness from a year's record. The eli i ti..n expense statement of a woman candidate for membership on the school Iniard in Xewburg. N. Y-. is, "No talk, uo money, no ivomises. no sulif itati'n, no intimidation, uo bribery, no cigars, no 'schooners. " There are T.M newspapers and peri odicals iu Sweden, including lifty-tw dailies. Stockholm has twelve dailies seven published In the morning am! live in the evening, which is a largt number fur a city of 3::0,000 inhabit nuts. Of the llO.tXiO American soldiers who participated iu the Mexican war only about o.tNttt are living. At a reunion held in Independence. Mo., recently there were present forty-seven of these veterans, whose average age was seventy-nine years. A New Zealand paper reports that Itobert Louis Stevenson's grave in Sa moa is overgrown with weeds and i in eome danger of being lost altogeth er. Many persons used to visit it. bu! it is said that the yearly average if now something like six. About 120,0 passes into the Pan American exposition were issued. Ix nelly 8..'V4.(t73 admissions to the expo sition were recorded, and. since many of the passes were used several time at least, it is seen that the free ad missions constituted a considerable pel cent of the whole. Cognac brandy from Malaga, Spain, made from the Malaga grape, is said to be competing with the original co gnac products of France. This is ex plained as having been brought altout by the deterioration of the original ar ticle caused by the use of adulterants, fcucb as grain alcohol. After forty years of almost continu ous laltor Mr. Thomas S. Townsend has completed the Townsend Library of Xatioual. State and Individual Civii War Records, owned by Columbia uni versity. He closes the ninety-first and last volume with an account of tbt death of President McKinley. M. Tessipoff. a Russian naval sur geon attached to the Baltic sea fleet, has been experimenting with an ap paratus for taking photographs of the sea floor at any depth, and. It is re ported, with such success that reliable records of submarine life may be reck oned among our available sources of biological knowledge. Mason and Dixon's line, the famous old historic boundary of the south, is being resurveyed and will not be per mitted to drop out of existence. The old stone markers or posts which marked the line are being reset in solid cement bases and iron posts are tieing substituted in, places where the old posts have disappeared. The ;emaan emperor is rep -rted tc hare made an order for a commission of experts to be appointed with a view to the most radical and exhaus tive Investigation of cancer that cat possibly le made. The deaths of hit father, mother and uncle from thif cause have naturally given this scoargt a tt rriLle interest iu his eyes. Doubly pin zed "windows for cold weather have leen experimented witt by II. Scboentjes of fibent. Csin? glass one-twelftb of an inch thick, h has found that the heat is much lest when the sheets are separated 24 tc 42 inches than when the separation Is more or less. Wetting the outsid frlass increases the loss about 10 pes ecnt. , ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUXTY OFFICERS. STATE 6EIIATOH. Chrt C. Binktay - acancidate for 4rntur, object u lb iu n nniit tea Jamas S. Gtraadr a otndidat or Mum ir ni W j . v u.uti , abnt to ke patilKau uuaii.at.kB JOINT FEFREf EKTAT1VE. Jasac S. Reeves a for Jnni Rcicrcnltl tt li in tt iitrisa K vntf c u ! Ua, ubj'l to tile Krpi blituu u aiiuatti a j P ascos E. Kirk man t a cct!f fr jotui i. inri)ciiv n n. tt - if aic Fattt couulim, . t jct to Kr ub iu Dvrnu unui ! REPRESENTATIVE. ; Dr. W. W. Tencer ci.liclee for Rpre- eolaovv, ubjci i iwepubiica nomiuation i Oliver 6. Davis is a "'iiat for B'rrf- ft.-(ttve. rrbi niiaiion, Kutjtt to tU pubU aa uomiiUkU u. PROSECUTING ATT OH NET. Earl E. Wldupis iat.d dat- lor Piosocu t r, ktibioct to K put) can sin i ation. Paul Comttrck s a caodica e tor Prcsecut I'm Atntriitrj, rubjeei to the h- ubiuau n ui -a tion. V illiam H. Kelley a CMuaieatc for prose cuting atturnt), uljtct to th Krpubbcan Robert L. Study a candiitate for prow e r-r. subject to Republican n mination. Sillied Jessup is a caedtcatr lor Prose t'Utor, subject tv Kt publican n mil at ion. CLERK. Edgar M. Haas" candidate- for Cousay Ctr , tut ject to tbt- Rt-i nblict.n noOiiation. SHERIFF. Reard S. Smith i a candid, .tp f -r Sheriff subject to the Republican noniiuu kibeit B. Stecn is a candidate t r Sherif, uti iam the Hr ubticti ton manon. Linus P. Kercdith is and da for sht-rifl ot UK ciiua), Kubjet-t to tbe K- pubtii ai. nominal ii n.a Oliver N. long i" a candidate for shmf, subicL to tbe Kr; ublu an nominal H i.. AUDITOR. TS. H. J. Hartes is a rand dst frr Connty .uditor, subject to Republican noniui.uuu. Deroas S, Cee a candidate for County Auditor, subject to Republican nomination. TREASURER. J. A. i pekenhier is a candrdaU frr count; treasurer, siitgect to Repnblicnn ncmiualiou. COMMISSIONER. Middle District. Geo. W. Ebersol is a candidate for County ntm'Hi'- r tbe Middie District, Rut j otto tlte Republi an nomination. Isaae Davis is csnd'da'e for countv com missioner iindl District, sulject to tbe Re publican nomination. John F. C ynes ,s ' candidate for county comni issioner. Middle DUtrUt, subject 10 the Republican nomiuation. Eastern District. Richard A. Drvenport is a candidate for County Ubim iHiei fo tbe Ea-ten Dis trict sublet o the Republican Domination Joseph R. Milllken is a and daie for coun ty cnmmimioir, Kantera District, subject to the Repubiii annomination Theodora S, Martin is candidate for eou ty ooo'mii sioner Kast ern District, surject Cornelius E. Wiley, of bethel, is a cand dnte for county con missioner. Eastern Dis trict, fubjtct to tbe Republican oominat on. J. C. f ulghum, of New Garden township, is a candidate tor county commissioeer. Eastern District, subjtct to Republican romination. , I ILeRoy Kelly Is a candidate for county com. missiorer Kastrn Distiict, subject to the Re publican nomination. CORONER. Dr. E.V.Brower s s candidate for Coroner, m iect to tbe Republican nomination. Dr. Stephen C. Marklev is a candidate for coroner, subject to Republican nomination. Pr. Frank H. Punham i a card 'date for toroier, subject to Rpub.b an nomination. TOWXSIIIl OFFICEIfS. ROAD SUPERVISOR. Jerry M. Wallace is a candidate for Rod Supervisor of District No. , Wayne township, ubject to the Republican nomination. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR: Albert 6. Ogborn is a canr)idte 'or Mayor itject to the Republican nrm'nstion. Dr. W. W. Zimmerman is a candidate for M iyor. subject to the Republican nomination Dr. Joseph M. Bulla is a candidate .for m .yor, ut)jcct to Republican nomination. CLERK. John F. Taggart is a candidate for city cle k, i bject to tbe R-poblican nom'nation Wm. C. Byram is a candidate for city cleik subject to tbe Rt-pobli'-sn nomination. Saltz A. Beefier is a candidate for city el a, ubjct io Ajkyoblican nomirai.on. TREASURER. Ihas. A. Tennis is a candidate for city treasurer, subject to Republican nommat.on. Harry T. Fisher ia a candidate for city treasurer, subject to Republican nomination. COUNCILMAN. Charles S. Nenl ia a cand date for council I com tbe rnstb W ard, subject to tbe Republi an cmiiiatiOB. J. Ret Riffle i a candidate for councilmao fivm the ounh Ward, subject totbe Republi can nomination. f Thomas W. C Ibbs is a csnd date for eoun cU irou. u.e uUi Hard, ubjrci totbe Repub lican Bomhation. Wartt P. O'Neal is acsnd'dsteforconncit-rr-an rum tne fcinh Ward, snbje. t to the Re publican nomination. W. H. Ward a candidate for councilman from ttie "lnna Ward, subject to the Kepoblj can nom ii at ion. Edgar Harris is a candidate for council from tne Third Ward, subject to tbe Republi can nomination. Arthur A. Carnte s a candidate for coun cil trim 'he Bixia ward, subject to tbe Repub lican nomination. Henry W. Deuker ia a candidate for coun cil from tbe Hecond Ward, subject to the Re publican noniiiuoa. W. W. Alexander is a candidate for eovn cii trooi toe Mx-u&d aard, subject to the ate poblican nominatioB Nathan S. Lamar is a candidate for ron cil from the r-'Uib w axd, subject to tbe Repub lican nomination O. A eftwieh candidate for council from Ff.tb ward, saoject to tbe Republican nomi- Save This w - - Wail ! 800 Entire stock to be sold at retail for benefit of creditors. Citt tbi out and bring it 'vh vnn Wednesday, January 15 h, at 9 a. m. On account of Wing forced frvru our building at IVtroit. Mich.. Koenig & Koentg, Detroit's largest clotbh r have moved tbeir entire stock, consisting of fl'Na.t) orth of fine tailor-made cloth ing, to Richmond, Ind.. iu the large building at Main strtet, and the st-ck must be sold out in ten days at re tail to satt-fy all indebtedness On ac court of this ttrnble misfortnne, when all onr indebtedness is due, our entire stock must be sacrificed at 33 per cent, less than tbe actual cost of nianuf ctnre. The building at 53a Main street is now closed, and tbe great money-saving sale will positively begin Wednesday. Jan. 15. at 9 a m., and positively closes in lu days. Xo postponement. IWlow we quote a few priets to show what extr.wr dinary bargains will be offered. Bring the children. Thee v. ill be music each day during the s de. Fine Suits in Medium or Heavy Weight at $3.30. 1 his suit is of the finest material and positively worth fl5. We will a! low you to take this suit home and keep it three days, and if you do not think it worth 15, or no matter what the cause may be, return the same and we hereby bind' our selves to tefund the $3.30. Men's fine cheviot suits fl.00; this suit is worth f IS. Men's extra fine suits in all the latest shades, f.".5, worth $22. Men's finest suits, in all the latest weaves and colors, silk tnd satin lined. qual to the finest custom made, f lo 15. This suit is positively worth "0. Come and see them. Fine Overcoats in Me dium or Heavy Weight, $3.30. This coat is the finest material and pos itively worth f 15. We will allow j onto take this coat home and keep it 5 days, and if you do not think it worth $15, or t'O matter what the cause may e, you may return the same and we hereby b'mci ourselves to refund the 3.30. Men's Rood, durable overcoats, black P-ir&rfW tettr. $ 4.60, worth $U. Men'f extra fine overcoats. i?-Xl"l the latest thades, 5 5; worth or yonr money back, no matter what the cause tuav be. The finest quality of tnilor-mpde ovpr- tsand imrytiet Meltons and Koval standard XXX Kerseys in all shdes, lined with plush, si'k or astrakhan. $10 15; positively worth or your money r funded any time during the sale. Men'shesvy fine cloth pants fl : fine quality, reallv worth f2.aO, latest stvle. Take them home, and if not soiled, return the same any time during the sale and we hereby agree to return the $1. Men's fi-e rwr-taloorts for Sunday wear fi.Mi, positively woith $5.00 and J&50; come early and. get your pick. Late styles in fall Neckwear, from 8c to 1 4c, worth 35c and 50c. Mn's fine sweaters, worth fl.00, f r :te. Hoys' suits and reefers, f 1. $ 5 and t'2, in ttie Latest shades and fine qual ity, worth three times as much. Boys knee pants, lc, worth 50c Dr. Athen's beolth underwear, idc, worth $1.50. Fine winter underwear, fcwrv fleece lined, 3c worth $1. Imported camel's hair underwear. 25c, worth 75c. Socks, 7c, worth 25c. Fin embroidered suspenders. 10c, worth 85c:'. Fine dress shirts. 42c, worth $1.50. Waterproof mackintoshes, $1 HH, worth $5. Ki'ra heavy shirts, 3tc, worth $1. not confound this w th FO-cslled r'o insr ont al 8, tc. Tbi is gi iwt fa'. Dt-trrit's Urwr-fct u;iji)fftii s wete it. iced fit m tl e'n L.i in, aLd everytbiuij will be cid at i -tii! in 10 day? for tbe benefit f treci:o t. Don't miss thif pale. It will pay you to cr ICO unlets. Railroad fare paid to jtir chafers of $25 ard over. Koenig &Koenig 535 Main Street. Near Sixth. Richmond, Ind. Store open evening to accommodate workingnien. Look for the sign, Koenig & Koenig. 5 :