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KICHMOXD DAILY -PALLADIUM WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22. 1902.
A HELL0G0MBIN C ..-'. t f.r,-! ,1- f:t ,". OUH ONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST BOO OS ... IS THE MARKET . . . Tea s 9 the Itnperian Hoc, i'Aii, c and 40c per pound. Fatiliou tea lovers arc no longer compelled to pay the high prices that once prevaled. Modern methods of cultivation have improved the qua'i'y and lowered the rrice. T- as of most tempting crder Formosa Oolorjf. Moyune Gunpowder, r.r lerian. Fancy Young Hyson. Five very superior grades at $1. Try us for teas, we know we can please you. john f. McCarthy 1. L BEE HI VE GROCERY P o Tliere area great many iiiiitatioiiN, but we liave a cS CO Genuine : : Peach Butter. These goods are made of selected peaches and pure granulated sugar, nothing else, 3 lb stone j us 40c. IF TOP flET IT AT Til K BEK HIVK. IT'S UUOD. IW. E. HASTINGS A DRAMATIC 8CKN1 fmlilMI Mitcbell Defend Himself Mr lore tbe Miner.' Indian-polls, Jan. 22. An unexpect ed and sensational development at tracted large attention In the conven tion of the United Mine Workers yes terday afternoon. President Mitchell In an impassioned speech denounced the effort which had been made to im peach his conduct in the matter of the enforced resignation of former Secretary-Treasurer Pearce. President Mitchell. declared that he had long suf fered In silence, the stings of inuendo and covert attack, but that now his tongue was loosed and that hereafter he would strike blow for blow. The incident leading to this declara tion was an open charge made on the floor of the convention by Miss Mollie Meredith, formerly an assistant sec retary In the National Mine Workers' office. Miss Meredith, who Is credited with being the first to discover former Treasurer Pearce's shortage, preferred formal charges against President Mitchell. Secretary Wilson and mem bers of the national board, alleging that they had shielded Pearce and covered up the actual amount of his shortage in their report to the last national convention of Mine Workers. She said Pearce's "extra money" amounted to about $2,000 a year. Yet Mr. Mitchell end Mr. Wilson say In their report, she declared, that only f 160 was taken by Pearce. "This is where they both lie to you," she said, "and I sincerely hope that the miners In their convention will demand an in vestigation of the books." . Secretary-Treasurer Wilson in reply to Miss Meredith's charges made an exhaustive statement concerning the examination of Pearce's accounts and ef the resultant report to the miners at the last annual convention, vehe mently disclaiming any concealment of the finding of the experts, either by Statement or implication. Later Prea Ident Mitchell addressed the miners en the subject, and it was then that his dramaiic and impassioned words la defense of his position so deeply stirred the convention. A committee was appointed to investigate the whole subject. The following scale committee has been appointed: John P. Reese, dis trict No. 13; W. H. Haskins. No. 6; W. I- Van Horn. No. 11; W. R. Rus sell. No. 12; William Wilson. No. 8; John Fahy. No. 9; Thomas Duffy. No. T: Patrick Dolan. No. 5; Bernard Rice, No. 2; James D. Wood. No. 23; Geai Richards. No. 25; Henry Collins, No. 1. The banquet that the Central Labor walon will give on the evening of Jan. 0 la honor of the visiting miners will be one of the largest affairs of its kind ever seen in the city. It is ex aected that there will be not less than 1.S00 plates. DAILY MAKKKT KKPOKf VrevaitlnaT Prion For Oram. Provis ion and Livestock on Jan. 21. Inltanapotia lirain anil Liveatook. Wb.at WKn. So. red. lely, bte. Corb Steady; So. S mixed, K3-v OaU-linu; So. Z mixed, IN1,.:. Cattle -Siemlj at i 7 i iO. Hoio Steady at &5.oA.jO. Sheep- -Steady at 1.3uo4. Lamb fettsadj at txad. Chicago lira tn and Provisions. U)iied. Cloaeti Wheat Jan. , t May ii -:f. July.. Ja -""N Cora . Jaa. .- 'U May JUii July Oat Jaa. " May '; July . Port . Jaa. ' May wo July Jti.au ltt.su Lard Jaa May July -i Rib Jan May S.6S B.ttu July CloaiiiK cuu market VV ueat, ilbv ; core ile: oata, &' ; pork, lard, . rib, ..'. Louisville. Uraiu and) Livestock.. Wheat- Su. S red and longberry. Hoc Cor So. a wl'iie, two; Sio. t uiixeo, o7c Oata So. 1 mixed M y:; So. t wuile, jg'o. Cattle Strong at 2.siai.:s. Hog--Steady at 4.0oati.i. Sheep- steady at jag Xjunbe- -aieady at 12.ju.4j Cincinnati Uraui and livestock. "Wheat Steady: So. t red. Corn Steady ; So. S inixe.1, oc. oata steady; So- 2 uuxed, la ,o. Cattle Active at ti.:ia,.7i. Hou Wuiet at .10ii.li Sheep Dull at li 2iv4.1U Uuuba Dull at C'hicairo Livestock Cattle Active: .leer, sioi-ker d feedera. JXIii-J-x Hia iauy at 4.(Mi).ia. Sheep steady at 3.ai Jainue-steauy at 2.ju to ti. New 4'orfe Livestock Cattle Steady at Hi.nu i.zi. Uoga 4uiet l -. ii Sheep lo at jamb steady at t.ii i.U- l-at Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Steady at $3 vtAii. Uoga Acuve at t.o.;.. Sheep Steady at t.IS lu Laba steady at Toledo CSrain. - Whaat Firm : cash, vc ; May.. ; Cor Active: So. S cua. 0u Active: So. Sea.h. tsc . , Harmonv Ijtoklna: Buffalo. N. Y Jan. 22. Much bit terness has developed at the conven- LATE8T QVOTtYIONS. Chicago, 111, Jan. 22. Wheat, 76K Corn, t0;. Oats. 45J Toledo, O., Jan. 22. W beat. SSI . Richmond Markcti Wheat, per buahl uorm. per baabei . Kre, i Clove HSl 60 SI 6c 4Se r bubal retail . eed.De I 'Ratter, per lb. tlon of the American bowling congress Lto. per lb here, and the struggle for supremacy p'SStoS ZZl k- between the Eastern and Western del- P. egates may lead to a split and the chfckeni per lbdreaedZ NrtJiprn In !im Telc-t'i .i tri-ilivi-. DAYS MORE an nii'iiov:) st:;:vu::-: I ilie T'iffn t lie IndejKMnle-n tis .f. i us bperatmsr In Thai r'art f HtMisierduiu. S. v-n Important t'ounty Sents to Lt L'ouufcied Uy New Cupper Circuit. Warsaw, Ind., Jan. 22. To enable the independent telephone companies to compete for business with larger corporations, a meeting was held here yesterday by managers of companies operating in seven important county seats of northern Indiana, and ar rangements were made to construct copper lines on the eo-operative plan connecting Fort Wayne, Columb'a City. Warsaw, . Plymouth, Rochester, Logansport and South Bend. All of these cities are connected with a sin gle or "iron" circuit, but it is not en tirely satisfactory on account of so many villages being connected on the line. The new arrangement will give each county seat mentioned direct communication with the others and cut out villages on the new circuit. The work of construction will begin at once. AUJCSlMfcNT IS SICiHT Car Sbop Strike at Jefferaouville nearinic An Und. Jefferson ville, Ind., Jan. 22. Gener al President V. D. Mulcahy of the Amalgamated Woodworkers' union of America, a committee of eight and Manager John D. Ingram Of the Amer ican Car and Foundry company, are holding a conference, endeavoring to settle the strike that has been in pro gress at this place for a week. No Information is being given out, but both sides have expressed a willing ness to settle the trouble in an equita ble way. It is now believed the pas senger department will resume opera tions Thursday and that the freight men will not be called out. Killed By Him Own Knaine. , Jeffersonville, Ind., Jan. 22. Harry A. Murphy, who was one of the best known railroad engineers in southern Indiana, was struck by a Pennsylvania suburban train yesterday and instant ly killed. lie was frightfully mangled and his Jfeody was pushed along the track for a considerable distance.' n He was employed by the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge company and was on hia way to New Albany to take out his run, the train striking him being the one which he was to have taken pas sage on a short distance from where he was killed. Court W ill Settle It. Delphi, Ind.. Jan. 22. Last fall the townships of Burlington and Democrat voted by a majority of seven to build 32 miles of free gravel roads. . When the election returns were canvassed by the board, remonstrators filed a number of objections to building the road, alleging fraud and irregularities. The commissioners overruled the re monstrance and an appeal was taken, which is now being tried in the circuit court, Judge- Vinton of Lafayette pre siding. The case may go to the su preme court. A Woman's Stranze Act. Yorktown, Ind., Jan. 22. Mrs. Thos. Collier is charged with arson. Mr. and Mrs. Collier are tenants of John Best, who sold the property to Otto Cox, who served notice to vacate. As tenants they built a corn-crib, chicken house and fence, for which they de manded pay. and on being refused it is alleged that Mrs. Collier applied r torch, destroying the disputed prop erty. She refused to accept bail and was committed, although she left chil dren at home needing her care. Concordia to tie Improved. Fort Wayne, Ind.. Jan. 22. The main building of the Concordia Luth eran college will be rebuilt at an esti mated cost of $ 100,000. Concordia Lutheran college is the oldest Luther an histitution of its kind in the coua-try. Floor Gave Way at Funeral. Goshen. Ind., Jan. 22. While serv- I ices were being held over the body of the late Mrs. Edward Conner at the Conner home, tne floor gave way and a number of people narrowly escaped I tumbling into the cellar. formation of two distinct bodies. Turkeys lLtl SS.on i . - 2-'8 ! 99 24 f l.uu 8c It .10c . 10c Wtea Be Pray. j -Do yon say jour prayersT asked ,r you Were Scared -Jm p!rL r. .v easily you might suppose that the -Well, sometimes.- rephed the little thi , ,. rt of vrvir. L- meant kiduey trouble. But beics a ! person of sense you know it is only -When?" asked the little girL -WelL" returned the little boy. "vcbrn Bob an I get to playin" an matin' an awful racket while we're goin to bed at' we hear pop comin np stairs two steps at a time we drop rip lit down tm oar knees so begin to pray, an erhea be gets to our door he don't dare sUetorb us. Chicago Post. lrpped lead. Warsaw, Ind.. Jan. 22. George W. 2ennett, aged &5 years, one of the old est settlers of northern Indiana and retired business man, dropped dead Trom an apoplectic stroke here last night. - Miner Fearfully Manxled. Brazil. Ind.. Jan. 22. While William Conroy. miner, was preparing a blast at Jessttp. there was a premature ex plosicn -which tore off his arms and legs and. killed him instantly. muscular stiffness, from cold, acd that prompt treatment with Perry - , AVXl t T ZJifight in a saloon Oliver Evans was mzly and you will be triad yoa saw7 , ... . . Fye Buiied Bv a Blowt. Greentown. Ind., Jan. 22. During a this. There is but Perry Davis. one Painkiller,! struck with a bottle between the eyes, bursting the ball ef one eye and de stroying tbe sighC - Of this, the Greatest Sale in our history. We must vacate the rear half of our store in order to make EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS Terrific Slaughter of Desirable Merchandise ! Nothing reserved, everything included. Our entire Cloak Department is being sacrificed, and Cloaks, Suits, Skirts and Waists must be sold, as we have no place to move this stock while remodeling. Our loss is your gain. 1 1M. . V I r- v buys ladies' all wool satin lined jackets. buys best length jackets, never before sold for less thaii $10. buys 42-inch jackets, worth from $15 to $16.50 buys children's $2.49 and $2.98 jackets. buys ladies' flounced walking skirts, worth $6.00. buys ladies' taffeta silk skirts, worth $15. buys ladies' tailor-made suits, worth $10 to $12. One-fourth oft on all Lace Curtains. C buys four yards of heavy dark outing flanneletfe. buys three yards of best apron gingham. buys three rollsof cotton batting. buys an all wool fascinator. buys five yards torchon lace, two yards wide. buys ladies' all wool double mittens, buys fifteen yards dark calico, buys three gents' colored laundried shirts. a suit buys men's underwear, regular price $1.00. buys a ladias' ribbed fleeced vest, worth 25c. C buys six yards heavy outing, worth 12c yard. C buys two yards turkey red damask, worth double. C buys four yards good silkaline, worth 15c yard. C buys imitation French flannel shirt waists. C buys two yards best quality table oil cloth. C buys four pairs of ladies' fast black 15c hose. C buys seven pairs men's mixed sox. C buys ladies' double silk mittens. r buys choice of any of our $1.50 and $2.00 wool shirt waists j buys 3 yds all wool French flannel waistings, reg. price 75c yd. buys fine striped mercerized petticoats, worth $1.50. I buys 2 yds of 75c, 2 yd wide, extra heavy half bleached table linen, buys eight yards of all wool black serge. 1 Thousands of other bargains equally attractive Remember, only 3 days more. Sale closes Saturday evening, Jan. 25th. Nnsbaiim- & Mask Cor. 8th and Main, Richmond, Ind. : eyer