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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.
WHOLK M'MliKK. 10.M8. RICHMOND. VA. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER* 28, 1884. THREE CENTS PERjOOPT^
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- T?k* all the K I,In. > ?n<i Lifer
-Take all Mir Blpul partner*.
-Take all lite h>,*?T?.,t,, remedlea,
-Take all the Dv?p,t,$ia ?nj Indlar-nlnn
n?rr?.
-Takr all thr ,*p?ie. Fever, and dillon.
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-lakr all ihr Jrr?in nn.l BJkJTN rorr,
-Take all tb. f,>?? l.ralihrtatorer.
- ht thort. takr all thr brvt rpuUitle* or all Ul*.-,
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iMNMa af all thc l??t ?IBM? tn Un
Wdtld, ai (1 you Will Hull lint j?
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allot tho., v|n?r]y or WMklaM.
A thorou;-h Ulai willalee p,.vit,w ,'?,?.!
ol Hilo.
llAliDlNfll I 1\ 1 |{.
1 h. wihw, 1 l??ki down ?n|, kidney- .mri
lin ;-i. lapland ?n<l rh? iimatlsm.
Mm? Hm ii i km mh mm!.i< ii, u- aaoM at
Mi mir -i emin liard I ik ? wood; my |n,,|,. ?,.,
I ir. | ur nn<] nilli! with watt ra
kl] HM ht I |?1 n Um aureed that m.thine roiil.i
#i,ir ir.. | ri o!v..| to try llo|i liiu<.r . | hie
?.i.1 ..Mn t.imi-; un kartawlMaaugumn?
nv lu. i. tip (Watta! fri.ni my limns, and li li .?
i/.r*r<.' (i mirach In my .arr; iiUit rwi.r | wnnld
?Wlf ? in w n hiv iravr. J. \v. Mmtav.
/ ;'.|'. .i'1'l..l.ii 1. |ML
ri.vniTv and ivmnm.
"I wa? ilriuirril flown with debt, pofrrly, mir!
mit. rio* for vi .ir?. HMl hy a ?lck family, and
latin- kuli ll r <I.K-torlnir.
I wa? <i in),li ti Iv dlvcmiraccd. until otiryrara*-n,
hy lin-mtv Ire ol my RMMti 1 cnmmcnrrd iwlaa
Iii c Kltl.if.and In o:i(> iiionlh wc wen- all well,
ami ni ni of bj Hnvr ami a nick day elnre, and I
?ttl to vav to :ill poor men. yon ran ki-cp ymir
f? in illi v will a Mar with Hop nutria for Irv. than
i ni doctor* vlvit M||| (atti Ikuowlt."-A Wi .li K
1 RI. ll A v
Nour er-milnr without a hum h of arri n Hop. ra
:i lal. I. Shun all tlir Tile. pultonm* *tuD
willi "Hop-or *It<-|>s*' In thrlr nairn.
<?-2-Thfw).*ta<*Tu1m
n.OWf.RN. IU I ll*. AND muns.
1?L0W BRING IULKS.-FUKLMA UE
FKACTA A.I HA, lt'* moil brmillfiil and fra?
grant i.f houae-hlooimnc flowers; HYA( INTHS,
I ll IrS. III.H'S. and al) kind* of Ml I Hi* ANII
BOOTI for fall pUotlnrand hon r-Hooinlny ilu
ilnr RM winter. WM01 f*F.KI> MTOHK,
or -JP-Sl corner Sixthand Martha!! tres-U.
s
AYF.D 1IKK LIFE.
Kilx;r.. MilRIOlH OOCMTT, r.a.
Vt. J. Bratlfitld: Dear Mr.-I havr Ukrn arv
. ia) I-i itlia nf your Female RaRMaMf IMdMBMM
il -i\ti aa vrar?- vlainllinr, ami I IICAI.I.Y liEl.tava
I AM rri.-LP KNTIKflY, Tor which plcaw accept
hiv 1 .;.nf. lt thanks ami moat profound f ratlin lr.
I kui w vour nirdlrinr saved niv life, mi you rm I
'?anni't 'p/ak tiM. hlftblv In Ila favor. I lure
ii .. ii,im ml. il ti to m viral ol my fiirudj who ar*
iuffrriii)! av i waa.
V. urv very n?prctfully,
Mns. \v. E.STKBBIH8,
TIMMI A gCAKTF.K OF A ( KNTURV-1T
STANDS I NltlVAl.i.U).
I.aGham.i:. ti*.
lr. J. Hrmltihl, Atlanta, (ia.: Urir Slr.-I
lakapkaaan haMaUaf that I liarr nurd, for thr
l?.l lui atv v?;ir>. thr incdirlno you ?rrnow put
kin.wn av Or. Kradfidd'v r'emalr It.aii
lati r .id ci i,villi r lt thr U-st ronililn.itlon r\tt
roit..|i tojirthrr tot HM dtvrasc* for which lt li
'i ? (in im i,iii il. With klmk-?t rrirard. I alu. rr
?prctfullT,
W. H. FKKKKLI., M. II.
ATt.AVTA, liA.
1'r. J. li railfi' ld: I'uir Slr.? Some flftcrn ycart
lt" I itainliicd tl.i rtrljx-of Frmalr Krirulat'ir
ind ran fully studied authorltlm in riK.ird to Hf
?oiiilMuH ni . and Itu n la-wrll aa now) prononnnr
(tobe Ita tm.-t vrirntlflr and vkilhul n.inblaa
U ti of ll nallv nllal'lr rrmrdul TaaaMbM
iL'tnt- kaowa IO -i iinrr. To ml directly on the
if!, in ?! OfRBBI and Dajrtj svmpattilzliiK .iinstlv
a illi ll,, in; alni, llirrrforc. providlnir a ITSCITK
iilMH V for all dlMMM for whlrb lt 1. r.cm.?
fowl trulv.
Jt>SK BORINQ, kt H.. tX I>.
T -v -li-> on Un Mi kitti and Happlncw of Woman
?alh <i tnt tn any aaMNaa,
MIK llllMH li I 1) lil i,ll.Alni: (nMl'.WV,
lio\ o>, Atlanta, i, i.
foe SaVdlwAwlt]
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L'FFVS PDBE .MALT WHISKEY
\\ 111. i i HY. AW i A8E
DTrPI PSI \. IMMhKsl l(i\. I.INK': M.
WKAKM >-, HEM0BR11AGC8, ni:
Tl I.MnNAin i nMl'I.AlNT:-.
il tak. n In thrlr rsrlv -la/i~, and n Iii vi. If liol
ai,-, lull ij ? -i rc. thr ino-t obatlnak nad
. ; ?
ll:V A MOTTLE ASH BE COJITTSI ED.
U . . ? :i l!:r fi,ile,! RUfM
uh,, nt ? * RlMl Bf 'I' ?
I driK iradr an ABSOLUTELY I'l RI
HALT WIII-KKV. one Hint I- lin frmii f.:Jo.'
' Ibal I- not oar) nunn! on Ita fMMboaMaot
Un l.i-l f.tiiilH- lu tl. countrv.hiit In Dir dis
: I <\ -j* pal u Indi
I'e-tl.ann a-asiliiu.i.ii.t tot lire I and nurninc
motin n. and vhl< ii la imooUhmm af Mata r n. i
I flavor, makin/ it alika ac
? i [I i!)t IO a'l ale- and M HM MOM dtllralr ?lf>
nurta la Ivpl.ot !-li rt r. I>> -< mery. IMarrlm-a.
:m 1 . 1) iv. fi ii,,-,.;' illv.a-r, lt I-tin lavorltr with
Un prof* -ii n, wini know lt. merit,". Undina: llln
ralaaMc a- a HlMWaal and tonic. Wp h.'iv. n '?.
IhC v|.an t., ipeak uadlTKhatilJ oflln Ijuc ni]inr?-r
if ) roll v-i.,nal prntlrmrn who have rxamined
tali M blakey! kal -Imply say that in May li^t we
.iivint niel 1400 aeaird tiott:rs tm like aaaiaar
. 1 'li. nin-ntatl\r pliysl. lan- Ihrouk'hout thr
. i ia.tr* fuf ihalvniband (Xainltiatlon.and not ane
of that number lound a trace nf futtl-oil or ant
aili.lt. rallmi wlialrvrr. Dr. A11KNDT. thr ifrcat
l.i rn.ai. I in ia!-', ni a letter tn ua. staten: *? 1 find
:.'\ |.ur. and tnt frMn fuael-oll. and Nf
il .i i..... i, cordlall) r'commtud ll Uithe mrdlcal
io"
Many of thr lead uk BkyftetaM of Ibo fnMe.l
i only r.coinim 'ni it la Um arofeaalon at
l..rr..i ntn-r I., nv.-anyailirr ailinulant lu lliulr
t ra. ll' .. For th? ronauMptifr and those aflllct.^J
?ritabi morrbafM lt li an laralaabM ionic, aopply
ii I.'il,, -ivtrtnwllti nore rart'oii timi Un- di .< a .??
eau eahaaat,lat Invalid naluinx In -IreiiKlb from
the diti ol ll- hm'.
lt I- t.r viii hi, drORglaai and fiiie-Brorery hou.es
frm rally-and I >
I . A. r-AINKI lt- A -n\.
??( IlInK ArriiLs,
Hi< il M<inp. Va.
PRK K, U I'rH Rd i LE.
the di rrr malt vmitUT oompart.
lt A I. I IMOUi:, MU.
lo l.V lin I
B
L o o 1).
An Inten-lluk treal!*.-1 u BI-hmI- and sklu-DI ?
,???. will \* malled frer lo any one who will mud
th. ii a.t'ln-. to Hm Hwlfl S|>eelflc OMBfaMfi
Iiraw. r:;. VH-niia. lia.
yandi::ii;ii.TB hUIXIOM
could not huy Hom ur "hal Swlft'? Siirflflc luu
: mi. lt curls, nie af .-rrofula In IU wornt
form, after I had cum reit with lt fifteen Iona year.
and bad mr,I all Hie rruieditu, only tol.n-ak down
my health ami make m. alm>?l hclplei*.
Mitt*. BXl/.AltKTil BAJUaV
Ac?ortIi,t.a.,July 1.".. I?s4.
INliem.ATF.D POtBOB.
Si RMMJaa yean. ajt?. I liroame iherlctlm of a
farful HI' od-l'olwiii.coiiiitiunlraUiI bf a narae
I., my Inlaiit.aiid thence tlirouirh the hrvait.and
. ??r< -I for -u looa year*. The Mercurv and I'ot
uft.tiraliii.nl aet-med lo drive th- polaon furllM-r
lulo my ?v?t<in. only lo breakout lu wome form
on .ihrr iM.rtlooi of my body. Three month) ai'?
1 bryan taklof Hwlft'aHpeelBe.and it has. cured
MO toaiid alu' well. It li Ita areateM hlenunjt
which lia* eoiue lo mankind la year*.
Maa. T. VT. laaaV
or 04.I w t. reen vi I le Ala., Meptrmbrr 4,1NH?.
(MIK ANDJOBFRINTISU NEATLY
.JKXKI'UTElrATTHE lilSPATCU I'BIXT.
UiBROliOb
B
SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE.
HIS CAA" UlADKhDTll BIKTHDA Y.
Addrrr.ea Urie by Re?. A. Harrie and Dr.
Carry, and hy Ker. tn-*"*- aaaVJfStaR an*
Oeidbrre.
Throtiifliout thc world on Sunday there
were Isla millages of people of nil creed*
rr Ii drat in a; thc Inintlredtli birthday Ol Nf
Mt-r* Monteflrrc.ind doing honor to him
tor Um pur.- philanthropy and noble deed,
thfit L:iT< uiHTki tl ?H the years of lui nm.'
IHe. Urra, at the BlSlfll Wi aili ayna
gogtit . nt 44 P. M..th<'.e wasacrowtiedeon
IffjrstlJR. composed *? a" denominations.
and inclutlinA? BOT. Messrs. PaBaTawaV
Selisefler, Tupper, rind Howlson. BIM
Frit nd John li. t ri n?!i iw mid other-.
ti\ir Um irk BU the name " M M ?
Munn loiw " in Mvinif tewan nnd Usa IR '
duli- 'MT-1 "? Med "1HS4": thc away ,,' ht*
hirth nnd thal of hie centennial anniver?
sary.
Thc nillir ISM dressed with potted planls
mid in front nf th' lcnding-t|e*k Wa* a pic?
ture of him whom Hip people had met to
honor.
The regular choir did nut officiate. Inn
Mr. Maali BHBOa kindly presided al the
organ nnd MlM Berths Vo.lkcr and Mi.
Moses May volunteered and nan* excellent
Mil.-.
Find, there was liturgical prayer bf Kev.
A. Il.*trri?. the pastor; then > hymti; tuen
PaallM rend hy thc pnstor; then hvnin:
player in English; and thin Mr. II uria
.| i ki n? follow*:
ABBBBM ok mt. harms.
Wi huvr. my friend*. assembled to flo
honor Hi a gnat nnd goad man. Wc fi el
I mud Ol Uti- great and lead nun bc?-:iii?e
he I.clonk'* to our people, our race. We
feel proud of him luinti-c he tu* ever
Inn proud of being an l?rA(lite. and
although lie has Stood Mon emperors :md
king*, and been Heated. I wit aaw, a? an
eiiuul. lila love for the religion of Iii- an?
cestor* ha* through life shown conspicu?
ously in hun. Such men n? lie are vi rv few
and far ht tween, not only In our aire hit
in any ace.
Fruin time to time they ap|K>ir on the
stage of life to teach na to what a lofty
heighton thc ladder of perfection man la
capable of rising. They teach ti*, that a
lift- cf disinterested goodness, a life
of philanthropy, a life devoted to
the promotion of the happiness of sufttr
Ing humanity, ls not only dearer la tin
ives af Hod. hut likewise in the eye* of
man, than all earthly greatness. We are,
my friend*, assembled to-day fniretlier witb
our brethren in all perta tif the world to
do honor lo a man who is the Isspstsoaav
tion of goodness and of greatness, result
iiif from goodness. We have assembled
to thank God for having preserved audi a
I dutiful I.fe lo such an extraordinary ri|>e
old ngr. We have assembled to thank <;od
for hniing allawed such a mad cliarnrh r
to shine ?o loaf as a bright inodel lu for*
UM (yes ol men. and if there he one thin.'
more than another for which we admire
the BM ii in whose honor we have assembled
it i. this: thc unsectarian character nf bia
philanthropy. Ile ever felt that Hie Chris?
tian was as much his brother a* the
Israelite; to him they were all the
beloved eliildnn of the I'nivcrsil
Fnlhtr. created In his divine haag*.
Hi* energies power*. Influence, nnd we t lt la
wert evi r at the sen ice of the unfortunate.
the dow u-trodden, IBS PfWItlBcd. the op?
pressed, irrespective of race or creed. Winn
the Christian, of Mulgaria were cruelly per?
secuted by the PniSSS hp aa readily atarted
OM a mission to their aid a* he would li i\ I
done had his own people and race been
concerned. Some years mo I was iafoFiaid
b] his prirate secretary that every ?oratan
a large pile of letters asking fnrnssist.nnce
wai carefully read through by his lady and
hiii -elf; the merits and wanta of the appli?
cants w ero dirrill.ed anti inquired into an J
In lp ndmiiii*t>reil with a lavish hand. Ili
rrliglon initfht bo summed up in the words
'? ilory to (Jod in thc heights and iicaee and
good will and brotherly love to all men."
lt mankind would take him and the like of
him as their model for imitation, then hu?
manity in the noble.! sense of thc word
would become the highest point of re?
ligion: then the fal ttl, with the beautiful
heavenly vault, would become a great holy
Pinpi' of the eternaltiad; then mankind
would baeoass a areal choir from whose
braal l great hallelujah to thc honor of (iod
would ri-ound far and wide; then loTO to
man, fidelity to duty, and the ptBBttei of
disinterested kiadaesa would he tho angele
that would proclaim Holy, holy, holy I
the eternal Qod of boote; UM wini- earth
is lull of His glory. Wp will now rife a
reiy brief extract from f.u-tavsim's bio?
graphical sketch of Sir Hosea Montefiore,
inti i-i crsing ii withs few remark* which
it suggested to our mind.
>tr Mores Montefiore is of Italian dc
.(i nt. :i- his name iniplif*. whirh tm ans a
mountain of flower*. Ile wu bora in
Leghorn a hundred years ago, and todaj
bu boen seleetod bs lot laraetitea all ovei
Um glob) to do boaor to bim, it being ;i
daj on whirh wort i* generally suspended.
sii Mi-'s received m early life a eommer
(i.ii tralnlnf in EncUad. ami beeaaM a
member "f the Mock Exchange. Ia ISIS
he mi ti i'd the sister ol the Baronesa Meyei
de Rothschild, end the Montefiore sad
Holli.chilli famllic* thu* became united.
Already a- a very young: maa hui Integrity
md courtesy gained bim the esteemed
fm nd.hip of all vi it li win.m tie hail deal
;i gs, and thal in an extraordinary degree.
To nMiie one of tho many proofi "f this.
I would mention Ute fact tint for a period
of sixty years he bas beta presidenl of a
larjre sad lofhwRttal Insurance e impaiy,
ol which bc was one of thc loundera.
Mi. w ife, a hilly ol line mental endownv tr
:ini! ^-ruit charm "f character, entered /???>'?
OUSly into all hi* loft] aim- and ?i-pirilinn-.
Thcv devoted themsehesto philanthropy.
Thej made Uni Ibe chief bittiness ot life.
Their Interest in ail good eau.e. ipread
over and beyond Europe.
Beftaedcourtesy waa one of thc mal
terlstics of >ir Moses, sad one of
iii -e act* of relined courtesy, it M ..ii I.
waa destined to be productive for bim of
mach good fruit.
Ile and Un- Docbesi of Kent werenexl
door neighbors, and the young daughter of
the Duchesa. now <,ii.< 11; \ kiona, wai very
load of viMtinj.' hts flowcr-gaidi'ii'. which
w?rc fsjaoua far and wide. Sir Motes
had a private entrance made, of winch
be seal Uss key to Uss rouag princess,
that ibe mbrbtenter and have nRohserred
wi.i nev <r ibe desired. This act of courtesy
wa* never forgotten by the future Quoao,
from whom Sir Moses reeclred autographic
letten waoaavor he .tarted on any of hi*
BBpottRBl uiiMions ahmad, nnd this cir
(tnoatanot gave to them and him a dignity
anti prestige wiiirh perhaps nothing else
could base given. It would bs utterly iu.
poasibrS to atteaipt a description of tbs
private benefactions of Sir Moaaa, M everr
tla> Of hi? long life was spent tn dolof
goad. A Roman Kui|ieror who made it a
rule to do some good every day excl limed
after a day's carousal with his friend*,
?i ptrdUft dless "?my friends 1 base
l(..t a day. sir Moses had seldom, if cwt,
cause to make such aa exclamation. It N
Mid lhat he spent a small fortune on the
Widows ;;ml orphan* alone of those wrecked
in tbs fishing fleet.* of Ramsgate, hi- home.
Sir Moses has alwavs DOM a great friend
of education. He has for many yean SOB>
tlibUted tO the SOppOai Of UM free srh i il*.
whela nearly 5,000 poor children receive a
liberal education and are proviuci in win
ii r a ith a. good, mba) rntuil, warm dinner,
and tbOM boys who gi vi i vidoaee of alHfity
an sent to "the i;iii\er-ity and supported
until they graduate. Many of thess
now occupy prominent positions in UM
ministry and lar.'f oducaUonAl est?bllsh>
mint.. He ha* also been i lilreral patron
of other kindred MStitUtlons, nnd through
his iiitimale friend. Dr. Tait, the I its Arch
bttbop of i aiibriuuv.h?-1 intributt l freely
to thoSBMort of "thc (liri.tim ragged
schools. Mi Moan balli a t dlegc ii in
own rxBtaas in amaaaVfate, wplled ii wills
a large and very expensive library, huill
house* MRI furnished tbeaatof the a'ii loats,
nnd allowed thitn M mu ii par WI ck M Uvs
on. He also built a synagogue at Kam.gib
alhi., ow n exp(ilse,aid il* twoMBlMtenare
paid by him. Slr Mose- has been als* a
friend to hospital*. In 1MB) when there
wa* much sickness and no proper hospital
in .Jerusalem. Mr Moses e.laMlahed a dp
pi naary In that city and sent out a phvat
eian nt his own private expense. He
pledged Sim.i If to support lt for three
years, until a regular hospital eiiould I*' in
oiicratinn, and thc dispensary was availa
h'c to all w ho applied foi aid?Mussulman*.
Christiane, Israelite*. In 18.17. when Syria
waa ravaged hy tte plague, Mr Moses set
out for the scene of misery, accompanied
by bis lady. On their nrrival, they begin
at once, with money and tender ministra?
tions, the work of relief, which was carried
eu with s lavish hand in seven:! towns and
with grind result-. On their return lo
London Sir Moses was knighted by the
Ciuern.
in IMO the service* of Hlr Moses wert1
again called into requisition for a MMSSSSJ
abroad. One half ot thc expense of this
mission waa Inirne liv hi n. (juetT! Vlcto
aent a roy ol st. im,.r ^ coneey him arro**
the channel. At Damascus n Koman Lath
one priest ant! hi* servant hail suddenly
and mysteriously alnafMHOOi. Tho < no?
mi. | of thr Israelites Marted a persecution.
They asserted that the I.ntrlit;-* had killed
thc lwo;mcn to BM I heir Mond In maklne
1'iaanvrr rakoa. Thr news of the persecu
lion spread through Bavope, arousing srreat
syroiMtthT for thr laremtn A meeting
waa brid In thr Mans Inn-House. London,
nntl Hr Mo*.-*- offered to k'o to thr Ratal to
?traighli n CpBMtterata iierson. (Motton
*iil,?rril .tl just :v. If lie-rally to the mission
fund n*i Drarlit. v.
Sir Mo?cs ando each n? impression on
UM ruler of Fgypi tba! kc al om-e leJoaBRa1
thr Imprisoned Isnelitee, and a.atind all
fogilivt a thal they mlgbl *afrlv rrturn.
The ruhr of Egypt conceived a warm
fiieiidahip for Sir Mn*. *, which waa r.m
tiniieil liv hiv pat BBBBBfR, an,J onf. 0f thee
laid i-*enl hi*- jion to Fnghnd It In- <? lu
eatcft, ami plan il him under the ran* of Mr
Koort,
From F.L'i \ t Sir |fOMB wont IO Const in
tinoplr. whirr bokara! faster >10W wtttttO
Sultan, from whom lie obtained ? lirniin.
W hieh . *tal.||vlu-d Um li'.'lit- of Israelites
to equal privileges with all othrr PROB* on
TurkNh toil. Un hi*- rt turn homr fruin
thia Jiitirti.y.- t lni*ii.un and UH Rf RIM
united in theilanim ri dion of hl? labors,
and the lauren conferred rm him I prit liege
i nm rtlt-d only to thr p. rr* of tin realm ?
a testimonial in the form -if Mfg min. . nf
silver, with n pre*eMati in* oj .iinii' ni UM
'(Kal niNalona hr HBaJRItaofc. WBIOMBt
td to him hv Ibo public at lirgc.
In lWrt Sir Mo.e* ac lin undertook I
foreign ml**ion. Bl n j perte af thc Fin
prror of Hu**i:t thousands of foreellUtt
familii * wt ri ur.lt rmi tn reunite inti tin
Interior of Ru-sla. Sir M..ve* *. i mit in
?it ihia right if |K>**lblr. At St. Patera.
bing li*' bod a lons; interview with tim Kni
lx ror. Tin-? t'/ar could not resist Um
charm of his- manner and thr earnestness
nf bil appeal, nntl. after reading thr phi?
lanthropy's petition, ho sahl ti him: "I
am onlv rarrymg out thr ancient law- ol
thr Finpin." "Hut your Majesty ? in
alter thone laws," rrplu-d Slr Mo*c-.' TIM
Kmprror then complained to Sir Hm -
that none of thc Israelite* devoted
IbCIRMtlll to ngrlciilfuie or manual
labor: that they would "lick try trade.
Tba sir Morea promi.cil to try to rectify.
Through bbl instrumentality several ttoe>
santl familie* reoofved to IWQOBMaEltallllUI
ivt*. and wi re ultima., ll very nindi benefit?
ed bf their judicious determination. The
obj*etti nat lr decree* wen- first Raaftoaded
and then abandoned. Thc Emperor placed
a royal (arri:ipe- and a Government nllieial
at the disposal of riir Moses. At Berlin, on
his homeward journey, seventeen yoting
Indira. BMM dressed in white and other*: in
blue, presented him and Lady MOBtelort
with a laurel crown, wreathed with white
rn*(*-. (Ju lila arrival in England, ('tn ? n
Victoria made him a baronet.
In ISM. when a famine broke out In
PitaeUae,tlMyflOftwere rwflirt bi public
appeal. To see IBM sum rightly administered
Sir MOOM went again to the Holy Lead,
relieved it? dMtreM anti ie need industries.
On his return homt cnntrratulatory ed
(Iriaata flowed in to him from all parts of
the world, and on his arrival in Loadofl
the Lord Mayor and aldermen and mem?
ber* nf Um ('ivie Court met at Huild Ball
IO celebrate thc -safe return of the aged phi?
lanthropist.
The only inis*-ion in which Slr M tm
failfd wns that if tko Mortars qurMiou.
The eirciiinat.-iticr- of that OOM were HMM :
In lS.r>a? there lived a" nurse in the Israeli
tish family Mortara, ut Boulogne, a R mian
Catholic girl. The little year-oiil K l-'ar
Mortara ?a? sick, ami the nurse, wlm wa*
fond of bim, thinking that if he died he
would be eternally lo*t, ennlided her
anxiety to an acquaintance, and be?
tween them they had the lit?
tle fellow secretly baptized. Th.
bey got well, and six years later the
baptism came to Um knowledge of Um
bishop, who bed the boy ?eerotlj Relied
and bidden In a convent nt Renie. Europe
was in commotion, sir NORM hurried to
Home, Ike bearer Ol nn carin st memorial to
the I'mititr. lt i iiiicluded in tin-.- wnl- :
'? Your holiness in act-edlng to our hf>
licitalions will bc upholding the sanctity of
parental rights, maintaining the claim* of
justice. reetortag peeoe to au eflletedfami?
ly, ami leeorlag 'bc approlMltoa ol tte
good LLtiel w Ml nf i very creed."
His Muline** did not receive ld :n, billi IT*
tlinal Antontlii did. He informed hun
that the question wa* :i etaoed on<-; tint it
had been fully reooived that BBfRTafortaru
shoultl bc eaoeated in tb<- Ronlab faith.
I ut that B/beO lie bad att.iinoil bi* seven?
teenth year be would be *et fr?-e to follow
bis own judgment. Hut Iboogb sir Moon
failed, he so far Stieceiib'tl that he aTOtMCd
ll.e public opinion of the world lo the
injuatice tlmit, anti lbw probaMv
pren uti'1 fiitiin ?iniil.ir oeetUTeBCM.
i if Sir Mooee tbere may )"? Mldwbal eraj
Slid of Jobi win n Um car heard him (lien
itb!c**rtl bim. winn Um eye mw bia it
ka\i witm *> of lii'ii: it looketl alter bim in
admiration became ne delivered Ibo i>oor
that i ried, the latin i le**, and him that bad
none ttl help bim : tin- blowing nf 1dm that
wa- reedy to perisb cuni' on bin. lb
rewed ibewWow'i beeri to Ung n Ith J iv.
Ile w:.v i y?v tO thc blind and feet to the
Inme. He WM a father to tin- iwor. and
tbeeenee which be knew aol he ?enrebed
i,l.t. Ile i* :i 'l.t.lilli eVi-Illplilic iliriu of the
troth "f Scripture, "The ritliteoni nun
fli nri-bev like a tm ptanted b| the river*
ii troter; be bttngetb forth hi* frail
in bli leeeon," end that fruit be
brincetb forth not for himself al.
Ue lb ni Mn* not like ? tree aeoneeoU
taiv tlmit, which ?cotteroItt bloMom* t"
the wind end eoamnnleetei nekber frail
nor ibede to .my living thing, but, like ?
tree in the midst of an Inhibited country,
which. t? Mme, affords -helter, tn other
fruit, and ivhlrh i? not only admired by ell
fm its beauly, bul blessed by the trav?
eller f'-r the snide end by the
bungrj for the sustenance it bath given.
The bb-nf Mr Mooee teaches bo thal ne
must honor by our lympetbi and gladness
Iboec i\b'> hive an unequal !"t in lUeto o ir
own; ih.it we mi-t mike piety aooMthtaj
else besides a mere seetimeatsl experieaee,
W i. aa a rule, have DO piPencc With *hift
len folk-who do not know bow to l'h
along, who cannot lake car,' of tlnin-i Ives,
wlm are alway- a barden to somebody.
WI.al a leeson can we In n in learn from Sil
Menes, everyday <?f whose lon:: life in
bera devoted lo the alleviatloB of theaor.
ron - ai I rofl logi of ?aeh.
Tbeeveats ?< have briefly narrated are
oary a drop tn the bucket ka the life of Un
great, good man in whom honor wc have io
tlav.issi nil lcd. Let uv pray to thc Almighty
Uni bfe glorious life mai serve m i bright
model for Imitation to his fellow-men of ell
clime* and creeds, .May they ko in him
what a truly religion- life, band upon finn
belief in God, i* ihie t" produce Ml)
they learn from bim to practice that IUD"
liine, but noel diffleotl lo entry out. emu
mand. '?Thou shalt love thy neighbor BS
IhyMtf." Let ii*, in unison with our bre
Ihren all over thc globe, pray to Alnigbty
(Jod that like our gnat law-giver wboee
name he bean sir Moon ony, witt nu
dimmed eye, with natura! power* nn ibeli I.
roattaue ntl sphere of great mefulnew tn
Ile very ead, " And in.iv that be fir od.
Aiin-n.
ASBBBBi OF DR. Cl KRT.
Senator William Loven*tein tben. on be?
half of President Millluscr, who wa- HO
wi ll and unable to be i?rcsent. thanked the
canirri gattoa for their re*pon?c to UM Ini i
tatinii to bc prcsenl OB tth lBterestlB| oc?
casion, and iiilioilin ed Mr. .1. L. M. ' 'urry.
who, a* a man of eminent learning, and i*
tin- daily di?t>en*or of the charities of
Oeatao Peebody, tte dead nMliotbr
eeened a tit penoa to apeak wortbilj ?'
Um by lag philaathroolet.
Dr. (in ry Raid he highly Rppreeiited the
honor of being invited bf the ayaiKOgue m
Bett Ababa tn take part in HMM unique
ard interesting -et \ Ieee, When in I Bed he
gave a reidy and t heerful acceptance, be*
taiise gent ral honor* *liould be paid >? ' '
n:n?i tinted philanthropist of tin* century.
Ileslde*, win n prnfe?*i>r at Kiciiui'inJ C"1"
kgc, ibat Institution of taaratag WM P?'
lionized bv the Mlllhisers. L. f v*. Myer*,
lb.*i nbniims. BernenaBn, Uatilera, ead
tnt tala, ead bo eoajhl Bot deeliae ia to
fitution from bis old pupil* ami Ike I
parents, in bi- present work, sec kin* to
seeuie unliersal etlucstion at the RVMItfc, n*1
more willing coojieration tame than D"lu
the Isrselitiih citizens.
Tko Kternal selected the Iirselites u HU
ehoaen people and committed ll them Iii*
inspired oracles. Two distinntiiahing cha
r ,i i-1 i-iic- marked the nation :
1. Monotheism or the unttv ami "P1*
itunlitf of (Jod, which iHuraded Isw. U'rn
lure, sud lanifUae;e. This was a gr.md Idee,
inferior tn ROM attar ki dignity and wortii.
sud logically led to liberty ol eoaeetann
and the Immortality of the soul.
2. The paramount imporUin'-eof eb *HtJ
as n rule of morals. What Monotheist ?
in doctrine, chastity um virtue, and oe*
fnre the dispersion lt was in sail c 'titrisi
to ibe impurity and polluting Idolatrri - "'
-nrrnunding niu:uns. |f
The prsservatlon and growth of ti"1 lle*
brews w*s a -randing miracle. Cruelest
religion,, intolerance and race antipathies
had de.po||,,i and oppressed them. (,'hrl*
tlati BaBoaa, church and statesmen, bsd
pillaged, inipri*onetl, and massacred. If
Christianity ia to he estimated hy Ita trcat
mtnt of the Israelites it dMBTrtl r. jrefioii.
No people were ever so per-ecutcd, and
yet they aavobeefl distinguished for indus?
try, IntrtIlga ace, ami eawraelse. PbHoos*
phy. Seicnrc, Artf Music. Finance. Dildo
mniy, and Statesmanship hat* attested
their triumphs. Oppre??ton of Govern?
ment, ami loria] nstr.iri.m hive, in tuaiiv
mataaces. fiasUedl tba liberty af choice in
01 etrpattona.
Th' liiiti,! States wag the first .Govern
Meat to allow comsJhs "f citizenship ami
rt Ile ious H berty?to emancipate from
Ghetto* and summon to light ead freedom
In 1830 the IiiL'li-h Parliann nt peered tbs
Jewish di.tibiijiiea bili, ami in Uti Moses
Monti ti,in-wa- elected stsreitT of London
?BSj Wratmtasrter, and thi- vms Uss tird
etsllofBei ever held by an I-ra. ait.- in the
Uritish Rm| ire.
This op. nhl'; nf a new c'lapter fa Bag*
MM dvhlaatioi i- ISAMeswebiy assoetsied
with him wbOM eiiitcnni il We c.Iel.rate.
Hut we are mi doing honor uni homage lo
longevity, hut to the extraordinary virtue.
af Mr .Mis, . Montefiore Ile i* the How?
ard if hil race, and thi* century and hi*
life bu tret n an unfolding of Um gWBpel of
kindi-i... Restricted bj m. narrow aretA*
rinni-m. be bas dtspi nsed hi* bewefoi Uoas
*i'h i liberal hand. Three eoatlnrots
base shared iii- araatfeent gift* and per?
sonal Moora, He adonis humanity and
bindi ram ead sects hs hoive*t brotbar*
bOOd. II ? holds haven's patent Of ilol.il
Hy.
'* I'iwi 'er lt br. lt seems M Ht
l - "lily iu>l,|o lo ne ?nod)
Kimi hciri. are more li, ni cornets
Am] .tinplt' raltli Itiati Norunm Miwul "
"Hr llTtth |onr whnllretb ROB.
All thal la life hut nillir nw:i?;
lb liven, kinara! who aaa leif
oflr i Minas truly ,|.,i,.. ea, h .liv."
The congregation ?which wa. imjiosing
not nrrelj la number, bat ra permumtl?
was Hun daRatased with the benediction
ly Hm. A. Harri*.
KENN'K.-'F.TII l-UAF.I..
Thc eeateaassl ssraivsrsarj of thc hirth
of Sir Moses Monti fiore WM celebrated.
too, ai thc Miyo-Mnet iraagogue Sundas
?fternoon. The bflSBM waa tilled until even
stni.ding-room cmld not be Ind. The st r
vier* (which were very Impressive) irere
coadaeted by the pastor, Rev. Harris H,|
pcrin. TbaBrogrsmme publiihed la San
day morning"- IHspatck was carried oat in
full.
The addllMll by Rev. H. Halpcrln and
lee. H. Goldberg, of Batttaion, were fnil
of rivh nnd du p truths acceptable to all
people s.
At the conclusion of thc exercises a so?
ciety of shoal forty mi mix rs having for it
object the in lp of the jioor, was organized
and raited the Montefiore Society, and the
BBBMOf this venerable gentleman headed
thc li?t of member*.
Tba subscription- varied in amount from
f2 to Bract larger amount*. Most, nf thc
uk iiibi rs present paid in ea.h. mo quito a
neat .um was there and then provide I foi
this benevolent object.
COMMITTEE WORK TO Du.
I'i i: i- Tor I onnir anti City < oinmiitrrmrn
who Wish to Ac. am., the Hi ulm rulic
I n use.
There ls but one week before election,
nnd in that hrh f time much work i* to be
done, I list ri?t. i itv. and county precinct
committees ihOOld now throw into the
raaTBM ;ill thc vigor they haw. Their duty
i- to hiing out the Democratic vet.' in al
of ilsstnngth: to-ce that the oppasBlOB
gain no unfair advantages: Intake ciiretliat
the balled- are boa catty counted, iiiid that
the rt turns arc correctly made and duly
sign. d.
This work ihould be divided Bad -uli
divided. Him roBMbody to male aura of
seary point. Leora bo mist unguardeii.
Be wahefal sad acttve, Doa'l rely on the
si cluing inactivity of tbs emmi. They
are it work. Tiny br botdtns. rneetingi
when and where you little think. Take it
for /ranted that Um v wm poUeser) vote:
prep ire younelvca to do likewise, and our*
will be a gioriou. victory.
Thousand* of new VOtetS have recently
bren added to tin- rcgi.tratinn-book- ol
this State. The ri '-[i-frar* mtl-t post these
Btw names in public place-. Scrutinize
theos inp. The law punishes severel?
f o fii-r regiaterlBg: perjury i- punish
stde, ead those who have offended again
the itatutt - iboul i be promptlj irrested,
Listi <f "persons convicted of briber
ni any eh ellon, embczztemenl of public
fund-, trea.on. ft si ?/. or petit larceny,''
.In.uld bs Made OUl and printed win re
eiitiw nient ead pol in the hand-of our
challengers for use on the day ol election.
Those who have regiitered since convic?
tion can I" irrested now. The other, ran
be chalk nged si the pells.
'iiit Republicans will hi all probabillt]
hay.- .upi rviton iii every precinct. Wh r
ever there is hki Ij to be s lb publican su
penisor there should be a DeaBoeratlc sn*
pervisoT. Doa'l recommend lor appoint?
ment bbj man who will boi proaiiss lui
tend.
t ommlttt -tn. ii should posl themselves as
to tneUnited States law. Supervisors In
the country sad in eitli ? ot lesa than 20,000
inhabit inls lian- rerj limited powi rs. The
in.nm !ini:- ssal mi: from tuechiefjsuper*
vi-oi acre show that when rarefullj read :
but tbeir arrangement is such thal the eoun
tr> lupervlsor ia apt to Hunk he bu \.;-t
powers. Tht rc should have been two sets
ol in-trui tioiis. Look to this. Poetyour*
-elvc-!
Cooaty cosamltteea should now ls send?
ing oul their Ueketf, si tessi to the re.te
pi, i,nt-. Put them only In tho bands of
trusty men; tuen known to be faithful;
ne i! who' will cert univ be St the polls
before sunrise. All t.'.i? i- Important,
Atti nd lo tbs tb k, ts c irefully.
iii gets have I. . !l printed i.y the -tate
( ouimitlie for the Vt hole M..lc
-.inn all the wagona and carriage- you
can tor electloa-day. You will ned ail
rou can get. lt may be a rainy day. Pre?
pare lt that; take no chances: be on the
alrrt. !>o your work wi il and keep sn eye
on the i ii oaitioa.
Nigh! ol the election have your st< id
i, .t. coolest, best men a; the polls to
sn ti, ll the bali it- Blt tm,} e Minted ,ild
tli it Ibe p turn, are nude oat and -
all right.
Your challenger al the polls should make
a not. ol ever* voter admitted to vote ,.v. r
hi-putt st.
The |K)lls open at IWRrfM Sod 6*000 ll
-llliMt. li'ge Iiem..eratic illd/ts to be
there '- '. lt is cpiallv. if not
more, important for Democratic OOMMaS
nosers of election to bs oa bead st the
county "r city court boate Thursday after
the election. Promptness, vigilance, carn
i -i.ware inver mme needed.
Dasaocrsos, every man to your po.t. if
you OOSr*! know When to turn ymir baud,
ask \iinr enmity or div chairman. Th re
i. work for you to do. Do ii I
Demit eil Ultima* ISranrli 4'hrUtlnn.
Mr. Thoma. Branch Christian died In
chicago Sunday night, in lbs thim Iii*t
irar of hi? age, after an Hines- of about
twa vvc.-k-. Bs sras I native of Pl
burg, but spent the grca'cr pirt of hi- lite
in Richmond, where he was engaged in
lipmess until tWO year* ago, winn In !'? -
linn.d to Chicago. In Ibo latter city hr
accepted I position ill the mercantile hoUSC
of Murrav. ReSRM .v; Co., and POM rapidly
in Um estimation of hi. emptoyi rs. Abo il
aassatb ago he aeeepted 1 letteringotter
from McDcrmid i Co.. and hui |usl beeo
installed in tint house win n be Was seizi d
with bis fatal illness. The decca- d WM
tbs rm of i;.v. William ii. < bristl m. sad
the ehlct grandson of Thoma- Braal ?>. Esq.
Mr.I iinstiin". tither, lip brother-Mr.
William E. Christian-hts lister, sad Mr.
Carter Branch were ai hi* bedside througa*
oiit his lilli*...
Thc reiruiiiis will be brough) to 'his etty
and on 'Hun.dav interred bj BoUvWSSML
The deceased had a greit BMBJ ft temi
who will sincerely munni hi- death. He
wa* a bright and' pleasant young gentle?
men, and was full of spirit and enterpri.e.
and seemed destined lo make his mark in
the world. Alas that hi* young life should
I. -napped Dy the hand of unease'.
A PalMfal Ae.itl. in.
Mr. Simon Uusnit/ resides at 414 eu*t
Leigh atreet. Sunday minim,' bi- f nir
vesr-old son wss playing in the tire in the
m.,ir in the dining-room -p'kiag a new?
lintier in it and witching it burn. I'reaeotl v
tbs I'ajier bla/cd rapidly and thc little hoy's
i roiling Ignited, and' before a-sistitnee
retched him he was burind M badly Hut,
despite the attention 0f iii. n ut nts and the
medieul .ki!, ol Doctors W< ilford and Lum
ktn, he died yeaterday morning about 4
o'clock.
The funeral will take place from the ti?
ther's residence t*t ll:*! o'clocU this tuorn
log.
TUE JOCKEY-CLUB KM'KH.
(irrai l,inhering ?t *??lrd nace-Harara?
Ku.i Mrellaii ar lh? Virginia Jockey
(lah.
At the Falr-Oroitnd* to-thy the Virginia
Jocky Club will begin a serbs of nice*
which will last four dais. Hans eoin
inerce at 2:1ft V. M. The following are the
i piries for to-dny :
t'irnt liace.? Purse 017ft. of which $'2ft to
I Wold. Wlnnei In 1884 of any race of th.
v abie af $1,000 to oem three pounds above
lin seale; of two such rare*, five pound*.
Horse* not having won in UBI a race of Hie
value of 91,000 allowed five pounds: of Ike
value of ITOO, allowed *even pounds; of the
value nf |NKi, allowed to- pound*. Maiden
alb waiue*. Six furlong*.
se\.;i .-ai-loail* nf bor*c* arrived from
WMblngton yesterday. Anoae tin- lot
;.!' IbC celebrated I be."-kll!.lte. FrlloWpUv.
Hartford, Borea, Dnlree, Mttrta H.. Fair
count. Duke of Moatalbaa, dor Mitchell,
Kenn. Telle Doe, Slri'-iim, TeU Sfiiiie,
Pare nell, Mimic Warren. Hi-kory Jim.
'..ral. Moribund. Decoy Duck. Old I.v.
I- Himount, Frankie H.. and many othrr*.
The Virginia li shin of CotOQel Doowell
and Major Garth, Um latter iromCkertotte**
Ville, will ba In re. and a cnti| b-of st.it'li *
from Kentucky. Thew, Ir oddttna to
lat -' that wen- already at tte track, en
siiiliccnt to insure large Bakes ead BBC
spi rt.
Kntrie* closed yesterday afternoon, and
an m follow*: W. 1*. Bur. b's ekeaUtOl
lilli Frin Burke,thine yoara old,flt Boonda;
J. KcMaboa'i brown ireldidg jjberto, agett,
100 pi.lind*: c. II. PetttogllPa bay mare
Constantina, aced, 108 pomade} F. Tn
\< ly.m's chestnut mare Cigarette, aged, IdQ
t' nntl*: W. II. Scammotrs brown anare
Kiiiih Brown, five year*. 100 pound*: and
Morris A Hatton'* bey Ally Coral, two ve.ir*.
77 j. Didi, All *iv will *tarf.
second linn.- The revival *t:ikc*. (of
two-year old*; |M each, half forfeit; Ike
Club to addfMOQ, of which fvi teeeeoad.
\v inni r* of iweepetekn fhaadtaRpa i\
eeptedl to Ike value of 91,000, lo carry Ive
pound] e\ti-.i: to the value of s;t,otM), seven
pound* extn. Mild) ii* allowed teven
I mind*, nm- mile.
I. j. W. Th.i\er's br. g.. Hobcit Brew*
*ti:, t.\ Poster, (bun < oroaettu
'2. Excelsior tttabta'i ck. f., Bakana, by
>Inrti mer, dam Notre Dann.
i. C. w. Medtager'i eb. e., Flack, by
( loverbrook, dam Minnie Andrews.
4. c. W. Mediator's eb. g.. Fairmount,
ly King Ban. dam Susie Fuller.
."). J. McMahon's b. f.. Mmaie Warren,
by Voltigeur, dam Am tilda Warren.
'd. W. P. Burch'* eb. f.. Telic I?oc, by
Great Tom. dan Nina Turner.
7. d. c Paean a Oo.'i b. g., John c.,
by Oreel Toni, dam Leah /..
Theed fetor.?Paroo ffMB, of wktektjBO
to MOOad. Thc winner to be *o|tl at auc?
tion torfflOOO. If to be *ol,l f..r lc**, OBJ
potind allowed for each $100 down to
21,000; then two pounds for each BIM
down to ?."i00, the loweH -diing price.
< lin- inilc
Tho following horse* will start: J. W.
Thayer'* brown ir> l.lin^ Koli, rt Brewster,
US pounds; J. McMahon'* bay tilly Mia
Rle wirree, HS pound*; Paaala rn Co,'i
bey gelding John c., lOOponade; and W.
K. Burch* ekeetaat filly Triie Doe, 117
pouada.
Fourth Hare.?Tin Blchmond handicap,
for all am *: ISO each, jilay or pay, or onlv
Ulu i' declared, (lui) to add 1100, of
which HO lo eeeoad. Weight* te be aa
tu,linc, d October 17, and declarations tine
October -4. One mik and a fortoag.
1. Morris A Hatton* b. g., *ix year*,
Fr I low play, by Longfellow, liam Platina,
109 pounds.
?J. J. W. Thayi r'? eb. h., five year*. Mar'
Boorbm, by Jack How itt, dun by Captain
Elgee, 108 pounds.
;;. J, MeMaboo'i t>. l'.. four yoara, Joe
Mitchell, by Glengarry, tiam Kate Ptaher,
iu4 poonda.
4. Hi vere '?fable's li. g., four vears. Roi
B. I luke, by Bullloa, dam Lida t.uine*. lOf
pounda.
ft. (i. IL Kcrnagban'* b, g., four year*.
Burch, by Enquirer, dam DeXMade, B'4
pounds,
8, J>. c. Paanin ft Co.'eb.t^ three year*,
Deco] Dink, bv Longfellow, dam Call
Dink, mo pounda.
7. Muni* A. l'attnn's b. c. four year*,
slocum, by Qteaefg, dam Dot, 100 pound*.
B, T. King's cb. f., four nar*. Mike'*
Pride, by King Ban, dam Lou Hike, aft
pounds.
!?. ff, P. Burch'* eh. 0> loni year*, Mor
daunt. b) John Piyne, dani Libbie L., H
pound*.
Th.- following will ?tart: Joseph McMa?
hon's i-ay gelding Sam. Emory, three year*.
RS pounds: .Murri* ft Hatton* bay gt Iding
( oinpi n?ation. Ave yean, 101 pounda; C.
II. Hi uineill'i i-ay gelding Pahr Count, 04
pounds; WMhingtonBtabta's chestnut Bili
Desiree, three years. 83 pounds; and Wif
liam J< allegri bay marc Fan well, live
year*, in pouada.
Of tte nine catered the following f..nr
will start: Morris ft Patton's len gelding,
I i How play. -i\ \ nra, 100 pounds, ind ba)
colt slocum, four yean, 100 pot,mi*; jo.
Mph McMahon's hay gelding Joe Mitchell,
f. UT veal-. 104 pounds, and (.. ll. Ber?
il orban'* bay gelding, Burch, four ynrs,
104 pounda.
MANCHESTER AS1) VICINITY.
Heiser, li c.iiiiird - l"a*(ural t ni V liuol
Board PcraaoaL
The.-l-l nf Wiiii-iui Helder.cb irp-d with
attempting t" burn the dwelling; of Mr. ib>
hertson, wa* concluded in the Ilu-tink'*
( nun yesterday. The trial ol thi* ease bad
bleu in i rogrt -* linee bul IPedm oday, and
a1 out -I -.. nt> -liv <? witnesees were exam?
ined. The argument wa* beard yeaterdai
and th> ' a-i _'i\in t-> the jury about ?"'
O'clock, and after about live minute* tiny
n lunn il with a \t rd ct of "nut nulty."
Tin- court will be In - salon again to*dl).
and will probably adjourn thi* week.
Kev. Mr. Walker, who in* bera filling
inc pulpit of tte Baptist church n a tupp'y
tar tte last month, pteeebed Iii* leal uer
mon Sunday night. He expn.I blnMell
ii much attic bed to the eaurch and con?
gregation. The pa*tor-efect, Mi. L. B.
Thornhill, will be here thi* week and com.
nuilee preaching next Sunday.
'I be I lopton-Streei chapel i* now with
onl a pastor. The rammittee appointed to
n coinmi nd -'lin f no will report al a church*
meeting to be helli ic \i simd iv afteraooB.
Rev. Mr. Hall, rn' Btacksburg, preached at
tbii church Sunda) morning.
The regular monthly meeting ol tte
(itv School Board will be held at the
Mayor's court*room to-night at 7:30o'clock.
A rall atti ndaiu e i* urged.
Rev.T. P. Lip*, pallor "f the Preeby.
terian eburch ol thi* city, bu returned to
tte city much improved fri in bi* Hip of
two weeks to the country.
Mal I- lt.il.li. r < it na ht.
Ia August a registered tatter from Elims
ville. Va., tn Watkins, Cot; re il .V < lo., hard?
ware and cutlery dealer' of Hiclunotiil,
containing about MO, me ehetraeted from
the registered package envelope. The big
red ravetape land by tte department for
thi* purpOM raine here imply.
Major Cerratben, anbtant poetamter,
took the ravetape ead ? etateneat of tte
fait*toWashington, Tko mott is tint
tin criminal bas bi in captured by ln*pv
ton lb odenoa and Smith.
'I bc red envelope wa* rittcd of Hie monev
tatter u il paned through thc Rocky Mount
ntlice, am] John H. Brow n, the hu*band of
Mr*. Ilaitii M. Brown, who i* the imst
BMOtero! Rocky .Mount, ba* bera greeted.
The fraud Wn perpetrated by a rabattta*
timi of the red envelope. Accu*ed, Wko
ha- oaarened, took oaT tte KUnsvilte red
eaveiope tad put on another, and attempt -
ed to reproduce the addrc**r*, iinrk*, .Vc
but -pelted Elanisville wrong.
Two like robber ie* occurred after that
one on Walkin*. Cottrell ft Co., and in
both eases it was found thut the red enve?
lope- bad pas-ttl through the Rocky Mount
OBKO, anti IkOOgB purporting to have been
addrened and mailed, one at Retreat and
lin- nthcr nt Helm'*, batt lore thr hsnd
writing Of tbe man who bed up Watkins,
Cottrell ft Co.'*. Then farts located the
nib-niter .t Boeky Mount and led to brown'*
lireot, Ile i* now in jail. Hts wile wm
[ RataaBBkaT. Bown Inr t K-rk.
Thc li'lirui Power Agsiln.
The following sui;* were instituted JI ?*
lerday in the I'nlt'tl state* District Court
for the Eastern [Metre t os Virginia :
David Tyler, a voter of Br.mk land town
*bip, tlenrico county, against lt. IL Jone*,
registrar of Jones's precinct, Heurico coun?
ty. Damager. 1500.
t 'Unborn tireen, a vo'erof Pairtield town?
ship. agaiu*t Hugh L. Davis, registrar of
HurdlngVShop precinct, llennco c ninty
Damages, fftOO.
To Rfglsl ra ra and J uftaaa of Klsellao.
The clerk of the Hustings Court wm en?
gaged yestt-iday in delivering to the judges
of (lection such stationery a* they rory
nerd at the approaching election. All
judges ol dtctieu recently api>oiated
should rome forward promptly and bc
sworn in. and receive their books, fte.,
ready for the election.
Paraonal* iturt llrl?ra.
Mr. Charles L. Todd has lieen sick stied
fer several week*, but is now Improving.
The regular weekly meeting of the (Tty
Democratic Committee takes plaeo to
Bkjkt,
Colonel Carrington ls putting a hind
some passenger elevator In thc Ballard
Ilouae.
A water-pipe In one of the upper *torb *
of PaOaay * Wstl*'* store lmr?t on .Satur?
day night, and but for U-ing discovered
and ri ported to flu- firm carly on Sunday
mot nitur might have OBBfed great damage
lo (he *toek on the'store floor. A* lt wa*,
malty of the good*"had to lie moved out of
the water's way.
Hon. (.corge D. Wise will iddriss the
fjatoa Dimocrstie Crab al their beadi|iiar
ti r*. Twenty-third anti N *trcct*. to-night
at s o'clock. Thi* club i* tiimougbly or
gani/cd. anti l? doing faed work in the
ia*ti rn [tart of lin- eitv.
Mr. Joesph M. Heck, of the MeafffOflO
h'tirmir mai tVri/'r-d'roirrr, of (harloltea
viile. i- in tin <ity in the anana! of his
pa|sr.
Deputy Cnlted ptain Marshal IMer
Smith did no: eal tan Mae roeelvod i
piefoi at boan unrW bini te call at Re?
publican bead piart. r*," but a POSTll..
Attbea-iiu.il me.-ting of the BtOhOMad
Wotr.an'* Christian Tempi-ranee Union t s>
Bight, knidn the annual address bv Dr.
I.andrum, there will bo iniisie hy a select
? Illari, tn- and several *olo* bv Captain
Frank W. Cuniiinghmi. Tm- leans will
give in their rt pori a neUBM of their work
during the year, front which it will lie seen
that Ikey have not been idle. The merline
will be "held in the parlor* of the Young
M. ti'* i'hri*tl.in Association. Fourth and
Pnakila itreete, anti eoanBeaoo at MO
o'clock.
Dr. P. J. O'Connell, of the Cathedral.
WBO ha* bern bu*ily engaged in Baltimore
helping Archbishop (Jibbon* in the prepa?
ration of matter for Ike coming Plenary
Council, preached at High Mass in St. |V
h t's Cathi tlral sunday. Ile leaves the city
to-day for Baltimore, where he will remain
till tte etaot Of the Council.
Right Rev. BtakOH Jaii**eii*. of Natchez,
will arrive in thi* eitv on next Thursday
en route to the Plenary Council. He will
remain in Richmond until after next Sun?
day, and will preach at st. Peter's Cathe?
dral at High Man, which begin* at |ii:;jO
o'clock. The music will bc grand on that
occasion.
W.-f ho.llst SiiikIu) -Sm-IiimiI Sns-lcfy.
A *|vecial meeting of the Methodist Sun?
day-School society of Richmond and Man?
du stcr w:is held at Swanslioro' Methodist
church, Manchester, on Sunday afternoon
at 3:.'W o'clock?A. L. West,' president;
(baric* P. Haily, secretary.
Thc f liing W8B opened with singing
by Ike school anti prayer tty Rev. H. ll.
(.arv. of thc Virginia Conference.
Rev, W. T. Williams made a report of
the condition of the school. The school 1*
doing well, and prospect! are encouraging
for further proepertty and growth. The
teacher* arc seeking eOTBOlffy IO secure the
conversion of tko children. The sehool
ii*i* Um Weetayea catechism with great
lu in-lit.
Interesting address* - were delivered by
H.v. H. H. Gery, W. H. Perdue, diaries
P. Roly, and A. L. Weet
The Sunday school and choir of the
church ri nderetl some exceltaat mu*ic.
The ni xt meeting will be held at Laurel
stir, t church Um second Sunday in No?
vember.
Give the ll rn iii nu-r*. ? I hailee.
Wholesale merchant* In re who possibly
can will be doini.' a patriotic em tee in ar?
ranging' tlnir atTalr* so that their drummer*
mav le here to vote on Ike 4th.
I bete I* little business that can In- BOBO
with country merchant* now. They arc
all more or hm absorbed in the < lection.
(iive the drummer* a chance bi vote.
Tiny will appreciate Ike kindne**, and go
to work after election wiUt new ardor.
Itu lil.-,tr.- lust Sight.
Mi-* Lillian Otaett, with her company,
commenced a ttree^alckBa' cngjgnncnt at
tte Theatre la*t night. She appeared a*
i Juliet in Romeo ami Juliet tn a fair audi
I ence. The support throughout wa* in
} keeping with the star. There wa* con
? -iderable applause in the principal eeeaoo.
Mr Burtouu'b* appearetl a* Romeo, and
Mr. ( In -ter a* Merctitio. To-night Ingo?
mar w ill bo presented.
The Way nioNt-oni.
On tte Od and iib nf November the
Madison-Square Theatre Conpeay will be
lu ie and will present at the Theatre ?? May
Blossom, the Fisherman's Daughter." It
i* ike tir*t time that thi* play bas been vin
here, and there will be ? full ho me to
*'?' it.
II. mucra tie Siiru kl mk III H'lirlni.
Yesterday Meian. B. <?. Jame*. Lyon G.
Tyler, anti Benjamin II. Bask *| "k> lo
?lillie a |.I crowd al (lark'* .-torc, in Va?
nna district. Nearly the whole white vote
of Narina will be cae! for Um Deahoeratic
ticket._
They Will I..- taut-lit.
A great inanv eolori d m. ti here have
registered from prenden where they lo
md live. Our eoininiiice* an- guttering
up the t viii. in'. The "lb mb ri vvill bc
cali" ht.
I'olt. < lour!.
The following nan wen diepoeed of
yntt i day:
? na Albn [colored), charged with
, feloniously aenulttag aa l wounding ber
husband. Edward Allen. Examination
waived and t"l*e Certified to UUstiogB
? "iirt. Nnvi ni!i> r .), 1**1.
B. Wblieenp, charged with leUtBg
liquor to ralaon. DiMhirged.
*-. B. Nelson, charged with enauttead
hatti ry. Dtaehirged.
Austin Mitchell {colored , ehirged with
p. lit lari eiiv. Di-eli urged.
chaib* Kenney (colored , charged with
tie-pa**. Discharged.
Edward (taatae, ehirged with beiag
draak aad disorderly oa ttwt?ear. ^-ni
to jail for three month* in ?!? fault of
SUI Btv .
Fraud* Libboarn, charged with tre*
peeeiBg upon the premise* >>f tte Si.nd
police staimn. Koavrnktal I; ordered to
leave tile eitv within I VVeilt.V-f'Mtr llOlir*.
Bpmm r William* (coloreds charged with
a*sau!t and battery. Fined ?.">.
S|m ticer William* (colored;, til mik on
Sunday. Fined ?*4.
John Smith (colored), charged unli fe?
loniously assaulting, cutting, and wound?
ing Jame* Thomas. Sent on to the Hu*t
lOge Court, November 3, 1**1.
lb ntf Robinson and Jennie Snead (tiotli
colored), charged with being drunk. Fined
|M0 eera.
Jack strand, charged with assault and
battery. Fined 010.
John June* (eotofudX drunk. Fined ti.
Flank Belstead (watte) tad Moan An?
derson (colored), drunk and disorderly.
Anderson fined t'.'.'.O; attachment Inned
for Halstead.
J. ll. Norman, drunk. Continued until
to-day.
stanley Liber, drunk. Sent to Jail for
twelve months in default of surety.
< barb ? Lober, drunk. Continued until
to-dav.
Julia Fry. Fli/a Bowaka, Lucy A. Bran?
non (all colored), charged with'being dis?
orderly on the street. Fined -?2..V) each.
Jot n Cosgrove, drunk and dL*orderlv.
Fined f6.
Amos Howell (colored), charged willi
fighting on the ?treet. Di?charged.
i lenna* Dahli v (colored), charged with
interfering with Foluvniaii W.. J. Wh te
while ta discharge af hal duty. Fined f.j.
Joseph Devine, charged with being
drunk ind assaulting and violently reetet*
ia* Policeman William A. Shield* whits in
div barge of Ins duty. Sent on to (Justing*
Court, Botooakor :t, UW4.
William Brook*, drunk on Sunday.
Fined fl. ^^^^^^^^
Horst.inls Itr-sad I'rvparallwa
makes biscuit that even dysjiepticH can eat
hot. Thi* cannot be said of ordinary ba?
king Dowden, Take only Horsford'*.
M??m IMoiaahl-aa.
There will lie a public exhibition of the
(iii*er Manufacturing Company'* traction
engine and steam ploughs to-dav between
the hours ot ll o'clock A. M. snit 4 o'clock
H. M., al the corner of Ashland and Hob
inson streets, near the old reservoir, under
the direction of their general agent*, ll. M.
Vntth A Co. The public geaerally. and
eapecially those interested in agricultural
and mechanic arts, are invited to be pres?
ent.
sana
ir Toa Went ta Bat
a first-rate Dinner for 40 cent* call at Wil?
liam Kuker'a new Restaurant. Mo. 9Qf
Bauk street, between 12 and 4 o'clock.
KicBUosn. Va., Oetobar ll, 1M*>
To tht Editor of (ht JH?palek t
Gentlemen.-In rtply to the piiagTaph
in your Sunday's edition aa to my sending
a "pistol" and giving Instruction! to o
Mr. Multi), of Msrsball Ward, a- to bis
duties ss deputy lulled States marshal. I
deem lt only necessary to aav that, having
leen requested so to do by the marsh*!, I
wrote a posial-car4 to Mr. smith and
other*, informing them that they bad (reen
al I <,uit?d tb putv marshals and niggest
m.' to them that they ? di at once at the
marshal's office, lake the raanMeod oath,
nnd get list ructions ai to their duties.
I have no doubt your reporter wrote
p<i*lal. and md BMof, lo* tbs *cn*e of tiru
I iii ak-r ipb ts il* strm ? d hy the usa of tho
latter word.
I hold no nfftYUI position, and of onrse
could give no instruction* to marshal* or
other cfBecrs.
Ht-pt.if nil;.. If. r . Wai.BKS,
[Major Walker ls correct. Mr. Smith
saul that h* B c.ived a portal toot a pistol)
"at home urging him to call at the Repub
lb an headtpiarters."
Th*' correction that appears elsewhere
was written yesterday forenoon, and beforo
Bay one lind called attention to inc matter.]
One of tko Heat-Known llrut-Hoiute*
in thc country I* Messrs. J. N. liegeman rt
Co., of New Y'ork elly. They are our "fil?
ing atenls for the < itv of New Y'ork. and
haWS U*ued the following circular to the
trade 'tuting thc fact ot their being the
.?lim.' agents. We muli! not aak for a
higher endorsement of our arood* :
oKri ii or J. ff. ll?'.???? vs A Co., i
fMMMBBBBl Wlllt|.r'*AI.R ino i...I-T-,
A*D I'llAKMM M io vi CHaiMISTS.
SJ Fi i ton -TKi-v.T. Nkw Yobs. J
In calling the attention of physician*.
I harina.tsis, mid the public to the purity
and medicinal aSMHSBM of the "Dune Bar?
by Malt Whiskey." we would sub' that
before wc aiMpISd the agency of the goods
we were thoroughly convinced by proof*
af the hi;ltsf character Of the absolute
puritv i iri't.i i;f enen a fric ti tusrl-oU) of
the "Duffy Rarity Malt Whiskey." Gnei
of the peates! annoyance* 'hyaicltn* have
in their practice?and a dltliciilty which
they have not up to this time lieen able to
overcome- ls that ol geeing pure whiskey
for the sick-room. The purity and palata?
bleness of this whiskey specially commend*
itself to the physician, pl .mun i-t, and the
public. Yery respectfully.
October, l-M. J. N. IIkubrar * Co.
Nfal?-t air rrwtnli
The popoi ir and old established house of
Ciibistian A Whitk came in this yeer, aa
usual, for their qnots of premiums, having
received the first premiums on their rele
t rated old Whiskey, Catawba, Blackberry,
and Fort Wines. Their renowned Vlr
ginia nant- were not exhibited thl* year,
for the reason that Mr. Il'dopp, the manu?
facturer, wa* piand U|mn the committee ot
Judges, hence could not pass upon bis own
wine*, though in years preceding their
merit was recognized ?">'' premium*
awarded. They al?o received thi* year tho
flt*I premiums on their celebrated "Gordon
Hams" and Beef Tongue*, of which tho
former has never failed when exhibited to
carry off the prize. This popular hou?e Ls
lbs headquarters of luxuries and delicacies.
Tb* Blaaven I'lough
will be af work to-day continuously be?
tween ibi hours nf ll and 4 o'clock.
We arr informed that an cightwicre plot
will tie ploughed before stopping.
The location is oil the left of the road be
t wei n the old and new reservoirs, near the
brick-yard.
Fred. Johnston'* Kook*.
Recited from C F. Johnston: Mibiiel
liurst Place (Franklin Sonarc). by Margaret
Vesey, pries TM ce ats; Thoma* Carlyle?A
History of His Life in London, price 15
cciis: Harper's Ba/ar. pelee lucent*.
Thar Hest Lunch
in the nicest ind cleanest l.iinch-R.voni* in
thi* city for univ ll cents at
Ml Bank -trekt.
All tba liellcuelc or tb* Stuon
;it the liio.t rea-onalile prices at
Hil liam Ki kritV
Niw Inning-and Lunch-Rooms,
ono Bank street.
Ghi new-paper* at twenty-five cents mr
hundred at the fKlBRahM counter.
Asa (rai rmt BORBTRROAI IRB Ciii't.iis,
"lliows's liHiiMinv: TaOCMBS" IMMSI l??u
ilioreuslily u-teil, aiel maiman. naSteaBMsf SMW*
tutb ii. _
( Hill* riv. A WillTK.
-ix Prkvuims *y -r/.Tr: rill Ila, oin
Wrurbti Catawba, ?LAacaaaaaTt sad Pom
Wi sr..-; ri 1.1,ran,I BORBOa BAW ami Hun
p.si.i aa, Th.-ir aaanabt Vlrirlnla ( ksMM lam*
f.| l>-' tiny dnl uni i xliO.'t. lenin* taken luc
mniiii ? in i-i-o. i -si, !-._?. ,i,i in i.
What are si'Ai -kiss | Pas* MRaaaB ellar*.
iaaVfSS iirniiuiiiiretlii Skalsmm'ii, aaa Uar baal
ii. tl,. ? Hy._
lu BXRRM Svl.ali-pliKSsi*!. a*d i iii.n-MrAr
-Ai. a. Tb* nm.i BnspaanRas B r inrAt, B. h. Dad
vtfri'lal le ?iiliiils, ami a aaaanw) HMM sauce, lt far
-iii|>as?., any hatSBMMSn' 'Ir.aalns- trrrylnxlr
likes lt. _
Hit.ii Cit siioks for rhildren, misses,and ladle*
al (.nu.i,.?. Main ami riarith. Pac. Mock.
SNOkHThlXV (li.Alls.
Ol.n I.AIOt..' ?of!. rlt-ilMi- Baal Mow Sa-lir. |
?la*, lu al! lin -alvira al tiRD-i.'*. Pare lu... ..
V l.vli.r ami fie.li Meet l...,|-. .lee., ir . ...
ai ,I ..0 lil ll il I.lill.i. .. e. in.r Malu au,I Firhill,
l'.i.. block._
BHORB fliixv ( n.? c.s.
Tur WAI KRXTHaOV shh?, lor r'lUrmrn.
latin, ami hoyt, at i.RH.n's. c.rurr r lahPl ?ud
Main. Pac* Biara._
Ota I.INTI EJIl.s'r ba*ASS>SRSa.lal low-heel
ri-ib. lace -tues, colorer, ra.'tr-. ami luos-lec
I**,u at BIMBO'S.
-mom trixi i mars,
Kook ash Jiu. Pris nsi, asnatf aasSMSSlM Mi*
I e.| jun .loh-l'rtntinr Houar.
Tua Itu.oval std. a ot .'.iinnioii-*anrr th.wa
mr mi n Ul Ibe elly at I.KU.o'-. I'a*'e lilork.
ADt?WN-Ti?WN MI1RCHANT having
ptvv^il several ale, [l.-as night*, dlaturbed by
MeaBMBBRB amt MtM "fl eufferlng child, aaa] ha
..iiiiiiK BaasnRaasI Uiat Mit-. WIBBIIISJsr
-uinlllNi. BYBBY wu Ju.: ihe article net-led
, ? uri re<1 ianp|>ly for Ui> child. (lu reaching lloma
ai.il aeolian,Huk hit wife willi what be liad doar,
.Ia ii tu* ,| tu haye lt aduiliil.ter-d to the child, aa
alie wa* .UoiiKlr M r/avur of ll in j-yusiliy. That
night the child |staei-<l In anff.-r I nar ami the jar'uta
without ,le?-|i. Returning home the ilay follow lug
?la f.iilH-r l-.Lin! thc batty still BSBMI and, while
roubniplaUug another tleeplcan night, the mother
M Spad BRM the ruum to attend lo *um? doni<-*ilc
linties and lofl Ute father with Uie child. During;
In r BbSBBSS lie admlaleterad a p mai of the
-?- Ihlug syrup to Ute hahy and said nuHilng.
That nlKht all banda slept well, and Uie Hide tVI
MWaSSBROtS the nioeuloa l-rlnlil and happy. Tim
mother ?nu delighted with t... -,i.id. a and nun?
di rfu! dianne, ami BMBRRBh st MM nS.-udad at thu
SSSBpSkM |.ractlrnl aaajaj i ?,. I.a. >?? iiIIiiim.,1 to uso
the Syrup, iud ?unVrliut. crvlm nata.-, aid restk-Mi
BSBbSj have aanSBBSSSBSa A .nutb B lal ? I' the *y.
rup BOW r vet lalle-1 tu n Hive the u?i,y and over
ct.uie tit prrjodlcea of He mother,
-ol.l hy all dnujsieU; 'tte. a buttle.
_.-".h^.Hllw
????'?????''??, I". ?'VeMMF***1*'
AltTlOX RALBR TUIN DAT.
Flit MA !? rCPPBK. three-Kr. detarhetl brick
beu.?. Nu. 2407 (ira. e stn . i, at 4 itt P. M.
t.Kl hhs * APPgRSOR.Ire i rv ki mite frant
?tore and dwellms. No. lo i. rill , .nicola
?i.'oi. Mal*. M.
H. B. ? IIAKKIN A IO., 'ul on n.rtli line Bvr-I
tsrlstetii llr.t ami Br*OaV> .irerts. tl I IO P.M.
VVH.f.lAM Jl NKlNv HU Mala tiree*, tua*
uaa. Ac.
K. tl. t OuK. fut uilure, ahoea, Ac at 10 A. M.
A1
MAH.-HAI.I. WAKP-tveiy Hcaaoeraim
_ lieut ol M.r-li! Ward |. -irn.-.lly rw|U.-airt
tuaddrraa n.e a postal-caril lu ISIS Mala atr.-el,
rivma' nuiu's-r ot icridenee ant Ui? uameaandas>',
aa near aa p.sailie, and color of aaeh vuier un
th.-ir Uti., IM One lour Mid ruirra hare tarara
living nu -ail lota Those .avi'ir nu roam ? n
Ueir lou willie or cuiortsll will planar wrlt><
ainu, (Pins ii-'1" i" *| i,-.i lei,, i ,i,.l Madar Ihrie
ll no voter on Uve lol. I.rt turi pcmocraAK * At
In Inc ward, and female- where they i,?. no
mair rrprveenuilvea, lori it il .-li duty rn ad Irv.,
a postal to we. finns thr ahova mr. r nail?u.
lort pro pr rv i -owner rwuUur aM uopirly tu mt,
w,rd leal*" imrili'iiliilv r??|ueale.| lu rive we inst
Baiueaof iheuecupauta vf Iheir h.juaat A Um of
all prrauua that r, sistered vu Ihe Sith >n Marshall
Ward can br teen at Um club-house, I'weiUv-Sftri
.Inst, lhi.rMla) malii.Oct. I- r -0<h. . .m. *ud
eiamlnriL W. A CATI.RTT.
SupariuUiud. ul Marshall Ward,
oe'iH-TnAThai
X;0R SALl., AN KXCBLLI9T OF
J rici COCN'TRM ASiP IHtHK. C*t? rsa
aram al atv otter. A Barram can br had. liavl j
tn iOUN T. Ro'lUIS.
as SB-It Raith and RktaaJttUwc-.a.

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