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R'tsrted eosnsisaileatlont will no! he retsrwd,
TUESDAY.DECEMBER 0. Wi.
Toe Boston Herald la so lair a paper, and
generally so Jual in lt* Judgment*, tbat we
are surprised to Snd it yielding to the un*
founded prejudices of the more bigoted ol
Ila readers, and declaring tbat the offlee of
Attorney-General ol tbe United Slates
ought not to be filled by a southron.
We tore heretofore acknowledged the
force of the contention that a southern
" rebe!," so called, ought not lo be np
notated ss*scretary ol War or Secretary of
the Navy?ought not. In a word, to be
placed rn command of the arny or tire
Navy of the United states. We concede.
too, thai In selecting a Secretary ol thc
Interior the President might well choose a
oort beni roan; because the Secretary of the
Interior bas charge ol the Tension Bureau.
But when it comes to ruling a man out of
tbe office of Aitorncv-Uent ral because be
te a southerner, it strikes tu that lt is time
to call a batt.
Il the South cannot furnish tbe Secretary
of War. nor tbe Secret <j ol tbe Navy, nor
tbe Secretary ol the Interior, nor tbe At?
torney-General, then she ia hardly to be
considered as in tbe Colon. It is a bard
eas* tost twenty years alter tbe close ol tbe
war between the States, a northern paper
friendly to thu section should be lound so
circumstanced as to mince lt to believe
that a southern lawyer flt to be Attorney
General would give a "rebel" construc?
tion to tbe lawa ol the United States. Why
not follow Republican precedent*, and rule
the South out ol the Cabinet altogether I Tho
Secretary ol the Treasury baa charge ol all
public money*: why not say tbat lt would
never do to put a man tn charge of that de?
partment wbo had for four years used Con?
federate notes as currency . Tbe Secretary
ot Stale has chars** of our relations with all
foreign countries: wby not argue that it
would be danrerous to trust that office to a
southern man. Tbe Postmaster-General
toa charge of all the maila ol the country :
wby not claim that it would never do to
entrust the Post-office Department to a man
whose letters were tor lour years sent
through the Confederate States mails*
Tbe Attorney-General of the United
State* has few power*. Mis opinions do
not bind tbe Federal courts. He may lay
down tbe law as be understands it, but tbe
humblest District Judge has the right and
tbe poxver to disregard bis opinion. Nay,
lt ls every Judge's bounden duty to do so,
unless be concurs in that opinion. Tbe
Boston Herald is totally mistaken in ?up
posing tbat the opinions of the Attorney
General control Ihe President's Cabinet. II
that ls what that paper meana when it says
tbat "aa the law is declared hy this
official in Cabinet consultation, so
will set Ibe executive officers of
tbe Government; and that "bia word
la potential in every grave Issue."
lt would be a sony Cabinet tbat would
accept tbe dicta of its law-officer as settling
itbe law of every case. Tbcre are often
bather lawyer* in the Cabinet better than
rtbe Attorney-General. Mr. Wkbstrr wa*
la tbe Cabinet with an Attorney General
whose name not one person in teu can now
recall. It ls Incredible tbat be, the foremost
law j er ol bis day. should In Caoinet meet?
ings have surrendered hts opinions before
tbe dicta of tbe Attorney-General.
We bare expressed a preference for Mr.
Gam. a sn as Attorney-! icm-ral under Presi?
dent Ci.KVki.AST> in case Virginia gets tbe
office ol Postmaster-General. And wc can
assure our Boston contemporary that ll
never rntered our mind to preter Mr.
Gablaku lor that office lor any other reason
than tbat we regarded him as thc ablest
lawyer In the United stales Senate, or at
say rate equal to the alde-t.
Now la the time tor tbe South to show tbe
North that tbe people ol thia section
are as loyal to tbe Union, tbe Const!
tuUon, and thc laws, as are the peo?
ple ol any section. But in order
to prove tbat such is the lad wc must Ive
allowed the opportunity to do so. We
must be trusted, or else we can never show
that we are worthy of trust. We muat lie
recognized as tbe equal* of our norlin rn
brethren in all tbat goes to make up the
character nf good cltltens, or else we can
never aatlstr the world tbat that equality la
lloch has been written in tbe last few
days about the defeat Illgalara sustained
ia tbe German Reichstag in respect ol the
church lawa. lt now appears tbat Bis
ttaarx was defeated because be wanted to
be, sad this fact ls a better sign for Ger.
nany than would have been n defeat of the
Chancellor against hts w III. Vt ben tbe
eburcb laws were framed by Dr. Falk, the
saan of "blood and Iron" took a great
personal interest in their enact men*, and
subsequently In their enloicement, h:
saan, however, discovered that be bad
made a blunder, and tbs statute, which
was most obnoxious, tbat empower?
ing ito Government to expel priests
far Illegally exercising their lunetions,
Waa allowed to become a dead let
This be admits. He saw that be
aa elephant on bis bands, and be was
enough to disp'W ct it aa early as
He recognized that tbe world
?need too tar to admit of ultra
tn religion. Ul coure. be de?
bs tew, as he was bound to; any
ott t conleywsidfi bare been a rlrtual rc*
'?jWd, not to be ex
? to liberal
'a'".' ^ff-a1' -?-??i--. ???'** ? ]'.*" j-,1 ,,,
*tnra*bs*1v wRRbf t* dotbrt ri tee on Rn*
e*oa*tiaiuoil tow doftt awo?with, srttf*.
cRttsfifv-tajr to tho i?lt?ryOfOtolvto tied by
tho (gtewiwavolaf ikattto.
Tte Hr**axrats ste Rot sfrald of tbe
OBORkllon ot the law *iuder Prnitlett
CiJtVRLARn's administration. The Demo
rralle marshals will be very apt to appoint
Dentocratlc deputy marshal*. But the
Devnocrati deal re io repeal tbe law bectuse
lt I* a bod law.
Tho Organ Bttod Up.
Tbe Philadelphia Kvnslwj TtUsgnxph. lo
commenting on an editorial which appeared
In tbe Atlanta *>twliiHifkmartpeelingto tbe
fair-minded Journal* of the North to do
Justice to tbe South, takes occasion ti give
tbe organs thia scoring:
U our contemporary were *o go carefully
over tbe list of the orran* that, Laking their
cue from the Incendiary Augusta speech,
value party above country and Blander
above truth, lt would see tba! they are not
only comparatively few In number, hut that
they are generally without either earnest
ncaa, *locerity, or honeat purim* ea. They
are the blind followers of a blind loader;
tbev do not truly represent the coun?
try *i sentiment; they represent the
anger, hatred, and dl?appolntcd am?
bition of a leader, or at moat ot a
def eal ed faction. The country I* a very
fair and honest ore. and Its fairness and
bonrsty are represented by lt* great public
Journals which vigorously stamped upon
the Augusta firebrand. The newspapers
that would have fired the northern heart
with lt were not fair Journal*; they were
unfair organ*: and no matter what thc
South may sa* or do?no matter what aj>
peal- it may make to the country'* love of
truth and Justice, or t-> it* interests, they
will remain ss they an?antagonistic and
Tint is Just shout tbe size of IL
Lave and Learn.
It ba* been frequently remarked that
tlie J-outh ba* no conception of ber ma?
terial wealth. This is true, and southern
ignorance doe* not stop here. The South
has no conception of the beauty of the
lingo ot it* educated men. While north?
ern capital is helping us to develop our re?
source*, correspondents ol northern news?
papers, alone and unaided, are bringing
before tbe world our sweet pronunciation.
I! ard Iv a week |iasses that we do not see
some southern gentleman quoted a* saying
??yea, uah," for "yes, sir," and yet there
arc several million* of people In the South
that inver heard thc substitution made ex?
cept by a negro. We confess that we did
not know that educated southerner* are
guilty of such pronunciation?and we do
not know now that they are.
For thc utterly unintelligible "shln
bollers" read "shlbboletliH."?rVoitfefin
HorE'ri experience and the experience of
tbe Franklin Ganeit? would seem to indi?
cate that it ls dangerous for an editor to
make scriptural allusions.
I Tbe Czar of Russia is growing very
gray." The Russian Nihilists say tbe Czar
- sm -
Tbe Philadelphia 7't'm?.<t *ay*i "In the
language of old sea-dogs, Secretary CsaURRs
i.er's timbers seem to be sniveled." Rut
bi* cheek still bolds ont.
The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette says:
'I'i.aink lathe first mon to get 400,000 votes
in Ohio." And the wont of it is that
ohio brags of it. Ohio bas no sease of
"The quarrel Itftween Mr. Ci.hvki.am>
and Mr. Hbmiricks is confined to thc col?
umn* of the Philadelphia Press." Neither
Mr. Clbvkmnd nor Mr. Hendricks knows
anything about it.
"A western poet, who drives a 'pic
wagon,' ls to be committed to an Insane
asylum." We should think that a western
poet who has sense enough to drive a pie
wagon was harmless.
The San Francisco Examiner says:
" Whatever else may be said of Arthi'k'k
administration, it has been the most decent
Ibe Republicans ever had." It might be all
that and then be very disgraceful.
Col mel Thomas 1*. Oi'iiii.trkk, of Texas,
say* i "As a good Republican, 1 accept the
situation." We never knew a "good Re?
publican " tba' wouldn't accept a situation,
provided there was a salarv attached to il.
The New York Tribune a-ks: "What
constitutes a Republican * " Il thc Tribune
mean* a Republican aiter its own heart
well, Rl.AI.Nl-, Rot'TKI.I.K, Kill PK U. CllANO
lik, and Mt'KAT II.u.stkad are Republi?
Herc is Mifut Halstkau's last Joke. He
say*: "We firmly believed that, with
Ri aim: in thc presidential chair, his mag
nanum u* statesmanship would break up
forever tbe solid South." Murat can be
Mr. Stcinttz, chess champion, still on lils
tour of triumph, bas reached Baltimore.
Mr. Gorman has fixed on thelSlh instant
as the date lor the Baltimore banquet in
bis honor, (overs arc to be laid for 100
Miss Laura G. Clancy's ashes arc still in
the small tin box in which they were Liken
from Lancaster to Baltimore, -the urn uot
yet having arrived.
Colonel Robert I. Chester, the messenger
sent to Washington by the Electoral < olio gc
of Tennessee, is the oldest Democrat (and,
for that matter, the oldest citizen) in thc
State, being three years Oedsf than the gov?
ernment now central at Nashville. He was
a quartermaster under General Jackson In
the war of isr.'. His first vote was lor
James Monroe, in ism. md at eighteen
presidential elections bc has voted the Dem?
The *^.000 awarded to the plaintiff in
the loitcscuc.t'armoyle?more accurately,
Finney BB, Cairn?breach-of-promisc suit*
i* probably, the Late Juumtl, of London,
*avs, the Largest amoiiut of df-tnages in
such in action ever recorded in England.
Tb- ntvrest approach to it ia a verdict of
?t7,5O0, given In 1830 to a solicitor's
daughter, who had been Jilted by a rich
lawyer. In earlier times it wa* more com?
mon for Jilted men than women to bring
cuch suits, and in tbe reign of William
and Mary a mau obtained *?-',???<) damages
for tbe loaa of a fiance whose fortune was
A Itt ans* ra tv fin ht witt* Outlaw s.
A Wheeling (W. Va.) telegram says:
Surah A. Flyman, of Rraxton county, one
of the most remote mountain counties in
thc state, swore out a warrant last Ki tl iv
for the ant at of ber husband, Jacob Flyman,
who, *be said, Lad beaten and maltreated
her shaun full*. Henry 1 Milli.dd and two
a**l>laut's were sent to Crete's mountain
lo make Hm arrest. Tbe most ample bjo>
laartitions were made to capture Flyman,
who I* nearly seven feet high and a Her?
cule's in strength. In a little -banu on the
?ide of the mountain the officers found
their man and asked him to surrender. He
replied by Dring on them with a Winches?
ter rifle. Hie constable* returned the hre,
and nt her* In tbe shanty with Flyman tired
to talley from sbot-guus, deer-guns, and re
fr-fha-s. Tbe firing waa kept up for over
~"\wbcn the officers, al! of them so?
ded, withdrew for reloforcc
i ran ts for those who bad av
A squad of deputy consta
i-t Burly this week to cap
- T-TJ^Hress and bring its
tbaB A|ob court-house.
THROUGH THU STATS.
The irrU-st t* Ito isa* Stssalsr-Beal*
Traasif i* and fr*M New Tsrt-Tke Hr*
|t> rrsapt.atfsaec of Ilse Rlehm-md ttl match.]
Fobt Mosraoa. Va., >
Deeemiier 7, 18S4. >
A* brieflv s'ated In your telearram of thl*
morning, the steamer Jane Mi?sel*y, of the
New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk Linc,
which conveys passengers from Norfolk to
sod Irorn Cape Charles City, met with an
accident last night, which lost her ps-ssen.
nen their connection north, and alto came
very ne r losing tbe vessel.
She left Norfolk st 7o'clock, when lt was
blow int' fresh, and br the time she had
reached here lt was raining in torrent* and
Mowing a gale. Here abe fonnd the Bay
Line steamer for Baltimore trying to make
s Undlug, which occupied considerable
time, and the Moseley stop] ted snd Isy off
al-nut bsll a mlle to the west ol the wharf.
Csptaln Martin either misjudged bis dl?
ISBSE or did not make proper allowance for
thc drift ol hts vessel in the heavy seawsy.
end before be waa aware ot lt tbe baal had
struck on Hampton har. tbe wind ctrrylnir
her around broadside on. Here she lav
until alter 10 P. M., when the flood-tule
floated ber stern, and by forging her
ahead she went over ll and into tho Hamp?
ton channel. The captain then, instead ol
backing down to tbe wharf, which be
could have done, went ahead and tried to
turn in what is known as tbe " Hole." but
bete sbc caught on the stern and ret used
to otiey her belm, and so remained until
Ibis morning. In Justice to tbe captain, lt
|* proper to say ibat be was not acquainted
with thia locality, but from the fact ol his
ifdng there and running his boat aground
it waa al once surmised that the bumping
she got on tbe bar during the two hours
she remained there bad caused her to
spring aleak, and that abe bad been placed
on the flat* to save ber from sinking.
This morning the tug Nettle,ol Norfolk,
was found alongside, and succeeded in
hviilinir her off at high water, when it xv**
found she bad sustained no material dam?
age, and abe at once resumed her regular
lt ls rather unfortunate tbat this accident
should have ex-curred, as the line has been
but recently established, and has a reputa?
tion to mske before it can hope lo secure a
full share of tbe iiassenger traffic.
Tbe opening up of this ne sr route north
will, lt is thought, have a very bSBsSclal
effect upon the- trade of the Hygcia Hotel,
especially during the winter season. Par.
tics can noxv leave New York at 9 1\ M.
and reach here in time for breakfast, as the
run is made in about twelve hours. This
saving ol six to seven boure to a business?
man is a matter ol Importance, and II the
route is properly managed it cannot fail to
cai ry off a Urge share ol tbe public pa?
tronage. Two large steamers, fitted to run
ears upon are (teing built for the company
at theater, Pa., which will be put on be?
tween Norfolk and Cape Charles City early
In February, thus practically obtaining, so
far as thc passengers sic concerned, an all
Since this route bas been established the
Ches-apeako and Ohio Railway USBsfMBy
have manifested considerable activity with
reference lo extending their line from its
present terminus to a point opposite tbe
hotel and touching on the main wharf. Tho
necessary permission has been granted by
*pcclal act of (Jongn-ss, the route has be-on
carefully surveyed, and work will no
doubt be commenced upon it at an earlv
date. When the mad is completed to this
point passengers can l>e landed on tbs
wharf, transferred to the New York. Phila?
delphia, anil Norfolk steamers, and set
elown in New York much cheaper and
quicker than hy any other route uorth of
The Hygcia Hotel is again In the hands
ol the artisans, or at. leasl the front portion
ol it, and ls undergoing a complete trans
formation. Thc kitchen was torn axv.ty and
a netv one erected xvith all the latest Im?
provement*. The second story, which is
SSsSStSBt* has been fitteel up as a privite
dinlug-rooni. which xviii l>e one of the finest
in tbe country. The ceiling and wains?
coting are of polislnal cherry, and betxveen
the wainscoting and plastering mirrors in
saSBf xviii extend around the entire room.
The front office, servants' dining-room,
Ac, have also disappi'itreel, and a new office
ls br-inir constructed. The front stairs have
btSS removed and a handsome chimney
erected upon Its larmer site". The gentle,
men's re-ading-room has l>ecn considerably
enlarged and BOW floors have been laid,
which, willi thc floors ot the main office,
will be handsomely carpeted. New Hie.
mens lights will also be placed In thc of?
fice', pavilion, &e.
At present there are only a limited num?
ber of guests here?probably a hundred
many of them newly-married couples.
Of the latter, Hon. Daniel Manning and
briile.- aie the most prominent, who are en
Joyingtheirdolce far nienteundisturbed by
Cabinet runiois. Hon. John Goode, of
Norfolk, president of the Virginia Cleve
land eli dor*, who was here on a visit last
week, callee! upon Mr. Manuing and bride,
but UM visit xvas probably entirely of a so?
Colonel Lodor's loss on furniture by the
recent tire will be- about 11.000. A. A.
Kev. \x. A. Tyrer, ol' Arnhem-*. Danville
Alan Make* .Vite* in Amber*!.
[CorrcKixiiidencc Bf the Richmond Dispatch.J
Amhf.iivt, Va., Decembers, 1884.
During a sojourn of a part of two days
hue I found Rev. William A. Tyree ex
tnniely ill from consumption and some
iffsctlSS of the- heart. F..\|ircte>r.ition is
very frequent, and the physicians arc using
some- [ reputation of di/itatis whe-n he com?
plains nf pain in thc left side. This min?
ister of the gospel, lying in his bcd, at
bis heme, with his wife and children
around bim, and some friends almost
cemstantly, never doubts of his accept?
ance', and ex en winn a season ol de?
lirium comes on speaks most delightfully
of his topes, TiatSftlBJ. while lying willi
his i yta closed and uttering B few words at
a lime, he was sjieaking ot Heaven, anil
remarked : " Ob. If it xx ere- set to words I
could sing lt." His son Wi.liam, recently
recalled from Richmond College, is now
looking after the affairs of his father and
the household, and supplying acceptably
the pulpit of the Baptist church at Amherst
( ourthouse, a house begun and completed
through the agency of his father, and
pre aching at other churches.
The people in Amherst are said to be
more Impend since the election and since
the ntins and soft weather have enabled
them to market some tobacco. Lynchburg
is paying Hiern good price*. "Send some
to Danville," said I. "No," said they;
" our tobacco is not the sort for your mar?
Not much wheat has been soxvn ; the to
bae'co-lands have be-en put In wheal, and
not much fallowing xva* done. But .Mr.
Jesse Adams, near Mcivor'*, has put 140
aeres in wheat. He proposes to sow down
a large acreage in grass. *
"What is that? " said I to a gentleman
at tbe depot, referring to a large pile of
Whitish mimral stuff lying on the ground.
"Plaster from Nova Scotia," said be, "and
there's ar. engine recently put up with
which they are going to grind it.*' " Will
it pay?' said I. "i suppose they think
so," said he. " It is brought away Irom
Nova Scotia as Imllast."
litre an- two new churches: a Roman
Catholic church, a small frame-building ol
mai omi color, and a Baptist church, a neat
There are here several private schools for
boys and girl*. Tbe public school for
white people has one teacher, and the at?
tendance ts not large. Kenmore, the Uni
versify school, under Professor Strode, ls
e-njoytng a liberal patronage this session,
and hedds SB ll* previous course of wide
and thorough instruction. Alpha.
smitten I), mr. ?r an Old Cltlsen-Heavr
ICornwpoutleoeeof tbe Richmond Dttpatch.l
DCCSMBER 8, 1834.
Mr. Henry Parham, an aged and mucb
respected citizen, died verv suddenly to.
day at bis residence on U>gb street. He
Iud been In delicate health for some time,
ant bis death was very sudden and unex?
pected, and occurred while be was sitting
ip tn his chair. Deceased was upward* ol
?evenly years of age. He leaves several
ions residing In thia city. It la stated tbat
il* wife died as suddenly a few years
Tbe rains throughout this section Satur
lay night were very heavy.
_ Bobik Adai*.
HOCK UH J DOE COUNTY.
SMtftklBria Faraarf-Mlaeral Palau-Prr.
*\Vv asaal, etc.
5ro?S*J|WkBauce- nf the Richmond Dispatch.|
\-.^fiswfl. Va., iK-cemberS, 1SS4.
vj^rWatbartiaee has been doing
**tt*J ofJKsLV'irglnla, bas been
^?^^SPs. .^PA-fe1 u '"-Taged in
, c W-%d<@m*u<> bas been
riiaKJa&A 'SfflHSr*!*1'1*,n i
tegj *uo^B?? JJ| ?T*,W^teJ?0? 1
Ibo paflH at tbe mil of P. 8. Btiidc.p *
BriMher. Tia y are minc IV at tho Vitto?
ria furnace, and say lt ta of s very superior
quality. Mr. Beaner has *eni sample* ef
ll to the N?w Ort*-. n? Kxjw>?itl>tt.
Hcv. Devil May. rector of the Eolacopsl
?htirvh in this place, wa* married In W *?*',??
Intrton elly on t-attirdsy und arrived hare
with his brute on suniiay morning
Bev Mr. Perry, the evanevll-t of the
Dbcipb*' church, baptized tour pereon* at
VicUilia minc* reatrrday.
LYNCH BU 110.
Swwday Service* - Dr. Ilanuea AtiraetiM
Leraa Couarraatlsn* ihr New Baptist
( Barrs- A Jory I'tiaawred.
H'orrerpoadeneeof the Richmond rHsnateh.]
Dutmit.k 8, 183*.
Tlie weather being peculiarly bright and
?jil**anf, there wa* a large outpouring of
(Lurch-people yesterday. Dr. Hannon is
attracting large audiences at thc new Me
RvOt-Rl church. I?iat night aeats had tv tie
provided In tbe aisle* in order to accom?
modate some of the congregation. Nine
new member* were received Into the church
Tbe new church of thc First Baptist
congregation, st thc corner of Courland
Eleventh stree L*. ls nearing completion, and
will probably In- ready for occuinucy inside
of six weeks. It has a greater capacity
than any other church In Lynchburg.
Several days ago, In the CorpiraMon
Court, a young white man named Booz
was tried for sn assault on a one-legged
roan named Samuel Mccormack. After a
considerable absence the Jury returned
and the Judge asked if they had
agreed on a verdict. The foieman
advanced to tbe front and replied,
??Y(s, your Honor, but with the distinct
understanding that tbe prisoner bc serious?
ly admonished." The Judge samewhat Im?
patiently directed the clerk to read thc ver?
dict, and it was seen that thc prisoner had
been acquitted. Judge Latham MRI indig?
nant, and told the foreman that instead ot
admonishing the prisoner he t iou/ht the
Jury merited a severe reprimand for find?
ing such a verdict, and, as a mark of thc
Couit's disapproval, the Jury was dis?
charged for the term.
There ls not so much talk now concern?
ing the post mastership as was heard inline
dlately after Cleveland's election. There
arc four candidates, or at feast four gentle
men, who are to be pressed for the place.
Last week 787,700 pounds of leaf-tobacco
were sold In this city, as against K3J.700
pound* for tbe preceding week. I'p to and
including Saturday the Increase in the
number of pound* sold for the current to
Iraceo vear over the preceding year is
The receipts at thc internal revenue of
ii' !? lust week amounted to |0,6i!0..1l.
Tbs Qevemer Reiarn* from a (miss Mo?
ase te a Steamship.
fCorrespondence of Uie Richmond Dispatch.]
DRsRORBRA R, issi.
The Governor has returned from bi* re
cent cruise in tbc oyster-boat Chesapeake.
Thc boat left ob Wednesday and went up
the Potomac to Cherrystone, to Old Folnt,
up the I'iankitank river, and to various
other points along the bay, but no pirates
were to lie found, and the trip was devoid
of interest. The Governor tried thc guns
of the ship, aud spent some time nt target
practice. He is In the eily to-dav, and will
probably return borne this eventng. Ills
son is with bim.
The large iron steamship City of Macon,
belonging to tbe Roston ami Savannah
Line, fouled her propeller on Friday Rot on
ber wav from Reston to Savannah, and put
in at this port yesterday. She will dis?
charge her cargo, and tbc ahip will he
tilted to ascertain what damage ha- lieen
done. She bas some 110 passenger* on
board, who will ba forwarded by the com?
pany to their destination.
Charles L. Whitehurst, convicted of the
murder of .lunius A. Rogers, and sentenced
tn twelve year* in the peDftcuiliry, was
taken to that Institution to-day.
The Flrr-Dansrrouslr III.
fCorrespondence ol the Richmond Dispatch.]
Harptox, December 8, 18.-14.
Nothing dctinite can ot barned a< to the
origin of the late fire. Fields (colored),
one of the heaviest losers, states that just
before the lire broke out he heard some one
chopping in Smith's yard, then the party
ran out and down a lane near. Shortly
alter bo heard a sort nf explosion, and a
blaze shot nit and around. Other parties
passing Smith's late that night noticed a
strong odor of coal-oil around, but paid no
attention to it until the tire was discovered.
Several tHirtics were caught stealing goods
during the lire, and are nuder arrest.
Mrs. Whiting, the wife of Captain IL C.
Whiting, president of the Bank of Hamp?
ton, is lying very ill at her residence herc.
Little hope of ber recovery is entertained.
She lia- been sick for some months.
Three Murderer* to bo llitnged.
Illy telegraph lo thc Dls|vstrh.|
LlflCRBUROs Va., December Oj IOOOi
News has Just been received hen- of tbs
sentence to banging of Jonas IL Fowers,
Wayne Rowers, and George Gibson for tim
minder of an unknown man in Scott emin.
tv. The murder was a most atrocious one.
All four of the mei: were travelling tbe
same mad together, and thc murdered man
was killed for a trilling sum of money and
btt clothes. The murderer* spent nearly
the eulin- night trying to burn thc body
willi a tire made of fence-rails, and were
thus discovered. They will be executed
GOUGE i"S THE ASUS.
Indignation ol' Vlntiinrs lu New fork?How
Hm .an sos Betrayed.
(New York Herald.)
Within the pa*t thirtv-live ye us BO an?
nouncement bas created such horror and
distrust among the Hungarian exiles in all
lauds as that which was made recently at
Vienna, to the Baste! that several com?
patriots and friends of General Arthur
GoTgey, the famous leader of thc Booga?
na n revolutionary forces ia ls|s-'4'?, in?
tended to present him with a testimonial,
that bv Midi means they mL-lit give the Be
to those who for many years had brandel
him as a traitor. Winn the new* r. n Ind
this country it was treated at first as a
newspaper canard. Within thc past 'ow
day*private letter, have been received from
Hungary confirming thc rumor in SW rv
i-ai In uiar. and the Hungarians of DIM city
have no longer any pretext for tl
Count l'aul O. d'Fsterliazy, who yoM a
high military position during the revolu?
tion of 184S-'49. and who is at present a
resident of this eily, gives the following
account of ('(irirey's surrender: " On the
?"Otb ot April. 18tn> after a scries of victo?
ries seldom, if ever, paralleled on thc page
of history, Hungary stood forth Ix'foic the
world a free and independent Kingdom.
Kossuth alone was distrustful nf the future
He knew the character of the Austrians;
he knew thc resources of despotism; BS
dniibted lbs integrity of some of his own
countrymen; and, finally, he felt sure that
one man. whom he hail himself raised from
obscurity as a reward for his deeds of glory
in tbe tieltl, would sooner or later prove
the ruin of Hungary. And Ko*stit'i wis
right. Arthur Gfirgcy did prove the ruin
i f Hungarv. No sooner was he made Sec.
rctaiy if War and commander-in-chief of
thc entire military forces than he l>e>,an to
defy tbe civil Government. So matters
stood in the summer of 1849. At the end
et the first week In June the Austrian and
Russian armies, numbering about "170.000
men and led bv some of the ab|e?t living
general, formed a cordon around Hungary.
There were only about 50,000 men ready io
op-toae them. Kossuth, however, by his
amazing activity soon got together a regu?
lar anny of 200,000 men, and announced
that t'W.OOO Hungarian citizens were ready
to rise al a moment's notice and defend
their lives snd bornes. On July 13th Gor
RS} made a sullen submission to the Govern?
ment and n Head d hom Komorn with bis
army of 26,000 veterans, fully determined
that his troops should bc led, not to victory,
but to a dishonor worse than death.
PKRORaUZINO HIS REN.
" Not daring to show his treason while
the spirit of bis army remained unimpaired,
be did bis best to demoralize bl* men by
overstating tbe forces of bis opponents,
aod similar falsehood*. The consequence
was that his troop* became lawless and un?
disciplined. At Waitz:i. Instead of pouring
down upon tbe Russian division which oc?
cupied the town, as be did three montos be?
fore, he mendy pushed tbe enemy from the
city and continued his march. At Riroa
Sznmbath he was open enough to re?
ceive a suit of armor from tbe Rus?
sian General Rudiger, ind to return the
compliment lo similar fashion. At tbe next
station he removed tbe chief of tbe gen?
eral staff and substituted bis own brother,
Lieutenant-Colonel Armin Gorger, in bia
place, that be might tbe more safely carry
out bis treasonable intentions. Meanwhile
lila soldiers were dying and deserting by
hundred*. At Putnak, In tbe north, be
t announced bis Intention of surrender
tbg to tbe enemy. At Scolcza his troops
f |ugbt bravely against the Russians, but
QM -Battle, Wtt |OiR| or Gotroj tod
I >s fbvorfbM were encaged In gini'iUng.
.' t fVrkso, a little further on. bis aunt w is
rrrsled br lbs anthontle*. and they found
on ber aevcrtl r*?moron>l?lnr letters fruin
bim lo Po*kievii a. Ute Ru?s| mtivn n mil r
of tbe ni?i'he.n troops. N?Jy San !or
at once lent them to th- Gov tra*
mtnt at S/.e*edln. KraMBtS, alsr.neil
at tbelreofilrnt*. requc*tc 1 GOrg'-y io o.n ?
and ste btw, but the g-nertl refined. At
Dcbma'n the Fir*f c .rp*, under N?Jv
Sandor, wa* sitieked by the lliKsians, and,
for Uh- flrslttme In thirty tfbts, eic'-eel.
(?'Orgey. who was at Vam Hprez. n it twx
lour* dl-tant. neve r *flrred a foo* tt save
Hu a from destruction, but hastened to
Anti', whence bc sent a BSrBBMtary d*
liisnd to Ko*sUeh b> Hie efT'-ei.tli iib.- s'loiild
be proclaimed Dictator. KotSOtb, gov rn
iel by the idea that soldier rather th tn a ci.
villon wa* the gsafl lor such a crisis, ar
ceded to his demands. Odrgev then marie
bis arrangements xvith the Rind.in*, and
on the 13th ot August, 1MB, at tn ? vlllare
of Soros JenO. nesr Vii ijo*. tinco ililion
ally surrenderee! his army Into lin-hands
of Hungary's bitterest enemies.
ruTCBE or uuaorr's si-irendbr,
"The scene of the surrender baggars
di'Sfiiption. Soldiers alone can eompre
htnd fas agony with whlctithese tn-n were
: ailed from their weapon*. Many wept
bitterly as they (inprinted a parting kiss
UpSS the cold steel. Others demanded,
w Pb tin ie ks, to be- lcd against the enemy
ratSff than to bs subjected lo this di*
II ?.?c. officers und men threxv them?
selves In each others' arms and bade
??sch other a hng farewell, others raved
against their leaders nnel BSSBBSa1 UMBI
of selfishness. Tin- despair of the Hu*
MTI was especially heart-renellng. Many
shot their horses, and tbe rest, xvho wauld
huve lost a limb without flinching. Bobbed
like children. Oorgcy meanwhile rode to
and Iro, proud and Immovable a* a statue
of Mars, his ringing Mstalls voice con?
tinually urging the soldiers to make haste.
A few dsy* later (icnerul Banyan, the Aut
trian butcher, erected scaffolds for tlc- exe?
cution of the friends of Hungarian free
dom. and on a single dix murdered in
Sold Mood v. i hm the riilllMnaiBd thirteen
nf thc abb st Magyar generals. Four of
tinm were slain before daybreak. Among
them was Ernest Kl-*, the richest land pro?
prietor in the Band, xvhosc brother had
'ten made insane by OoTgev's treachery.
He tiled a shocking death. The soldiers
fired three rounds before he fell, though he
xv ns wounded at ead) discharge. His slrug
Lles lasted for ten minutes. Believe me.
Umtali the powers of earth cannot acquit
Arthur Oetrncy of thc charge of treachery
and of abandoning his country in toe very
hour of her approaching triumphs "
H ls not improbable that the Hungirian
exiles In fhn city will formally protest
against any compliment being paid to
If yon have- a Sore Throat, a Cough or a
Cold, try ll. II. Douglass* Sons' Cipsieum
Cough Drop*. The-y arc pleasant to the
taste, iH-rfectly harmless, and will surely
If it was Just known that the prices for
lbs BSSf at Betelle anil Antoni's Restau?
rant, No. 1105 Main street, excelled in
moderation those of other restaurant*,
tvi ry one would drop in and try them for
Ramsey's Sentcb Whiskey,
Old Jamaica Kum,
" Montrose,"' ?? B Select," and all kinds
of Liquor, and Cigars.
Tbe bot at most moderate prices.
W. D. Buts & CC,
HOD ca*t Main street.
This firm was established In 18>!>.
Batt a ? Bia
Al LrN.-i>ni. aa sunday. IsmmbBw 7th.
BUSSELL W.Al.LKN: BJMtscventv-lwoyears.
Fnisrr.il from th- residence "l hi- son-in-law,
Jaircs IL Tompkins (Ko. .Timi ea*t Mir-luli
street). Bl 12 M. TUESDAY, r'rienl* Invited to
BBOWS.-IStd,aFafaatfEfj st hi- rd>i.>n ??-.
.n -w.inil.iy. Dece-alir H, IMHI, al 5:t.y P. M.,
DAVID A. BltoW N : aged ?>vrutv vim.
lits funeral will take p'.ve (rom t'raienary
cl nrch on WEDNESDAY. December 1 inti,at il
oil. it A. M. Tin f.ieii-1- ol tl.e family an la*
viii >l Ui all. ct.
Ill (HANAN.-DlisLD.*emher ft, 1884. al 4:10
A. M.. al the resilience of her *?n-ln liw, e'h uti-.
IL Traliiiuii.No. SOB north Twenty-third ?jr***,
aft. r a painful Hines*, which she hore with f tirls
Uan fortitude, Mrs. ANN BCOURAN; aged
She leave* a devoted daughter anti gMM son* lo
h.i urn their lo**.
Dearetl ntotlier. Umu hast le'l ut;
Here thy loss we awSSsi I'.el;
nm 'tl* i.oil thal baa tierofiu*,
He ran all our BBtlSSM heal.
Farewt II. mother, we hope tn m.,-I i!ice,
When Use Bar Of life tn fled:
Tlien with >v tn Heaven to greet theo,
Whtrenofarcw.il Bau ls shed.
The funeral will take ?|sre from thc Third Pu ?
tiTUirlan church TlllM (Twastfavl A I Tr li Si n is
al S o'clock. Vrli-inD .uni ac.| laltuances ol ihc
faro I Iv are reaneclfnllr invited to attend.
Norfolk and rafi**** nth papers please copy. ?
fJLASEBaWOK fSsJ, al Bm i'niv.-r,itv ..f
Virginia, on the muming ur I'llday, .Vth D'ccin
ber,ISM, TKCXToV KliTIAltDsoN GLAZE
IIKe ie IK. Infant s-iti .-f Kev.tills a. Ola Banrock;
W I three vear- and nine months.
"Ile .hllll fl I-1 III* flock Uki- a shcj.hr.il. II.
shall aaUier the lamlw willi Ills arm, and carry
th, rn tn Ills hosimi."
HKN'DEKsoV-Dlcd. nn Satur lav. Deceiul*ff
fl. 1HS4. at SOS nortn T'wetitv-elghth street,
MAUI J., wife of (T.ail.-i M. -inU-r-.n.
Pest In peace.
Summers county (XV. Vj.i i*ikt BSMM BOB**, *
LOBS PMS. SB Hie 8th Instant, at ?? XVhUi.v,"
blare l'luici, la ( lust, riiti't r.ly. Fa., JOHN
I,. Li'M.; lu thefiirly-iilulh xiir ol khJagBi
PIEMi>\T.-Dleil. at Hie residence of her -?
n ni*. SOS wot ITaj atrei kal S.S8 A. M.. Dec.-'m
bas Nih, MADELIENMB J, PIEMONT; aged
ll li teen vear* .md -rti-n inoiilh*.
lier funi ral will take tilace fr?.m st. Peter'* Ca?
thedral at a o'clock tills (T*aadayl AFTCR.
MiiiN. Irlcinl, of the family arc I wita ll* I lost
T IVHRl'OOL AND L0ND09 AND
SLOBS INSITtAM I. I tlXII'ANV.
HIE LAUGEsT KUIK-l.V-CKANCEl OMl'VNY
IN TUE XVOULD.
aw. rs IN hold OVBB ?lei.ooo.noo.
DErns-rrn) at tiik ITATB CAPITOL,
IBVattTBUlB EBAL ESTATE in tiik cm*
Of RICHMOND, f 31,000.
slocl,!;. IiIits ll.it.li to the whole eTtcut of their
BaeBStt* Ba Bm dt it. of sm a*a*ysary<
The Hock command. 1,000 ter Stat, premium.
Tolli li . n-ucd lu currency, gold,or sterling.
I..i*?cs promptly jdluilcd and all vial mt tsild
DAVK.M'OUT A CO..H. rn ral Auenls,
lill Mal Mainstreet,
Telephone No.. SI._de 9-flt
yiRGINIA STATE IM8CBABTGI CO.
OSia k?1006 Maim strukt. Kii.-iimo.ni>.
ISt .'tM'iHIATKDlN IBIS,
CASH CAP] TAI.1200,000
I SStntSB oxx IIIIBSS.SICB1BS mkkciixs.
DIsK. AND OTIIt.l: IMIOPKKTY
araluit bas) ur damage by Uro.
J. I? I'.At os, President;
THOMAS \V. Mi I AStB, Vlce-Pre.ldcnt;
Wii.Li.vM li. Haxai.i., James ALruaij Jones.
BO.Bk imchaiidson. john h. uuant,
Secretary. A?*L Secretary.
W. O. MAI KY. Solleltor.
kgeata In all the prominent cities, towna, and vii
1.11)1 ESC TA 11,DUI M..
II)HX STKVANs, LADltS' TAILOR.
TO THE LADIfS OK RICHMOND AND -lit
Ittll NDIM. DlHTKIe I -.
On WrUNKSDAV, DMMaSsf 10th (noi being
ready lo open be'ore en account of taking slock). I
?ar 111 open ro-nis al :ie5 east Hroad ?rreet, second
loer (not DUI), for LADIES T VILOItlNli.
Lairs! Part* ant Loassoa sly!**. Ite-t of work and
lu lue guarani.-,-I- Ten yt-ait' experience In the
l'.lDl.VO-HABlTS. I LOTH OOgTlTaaSM. VEL
I'ET and SILK COM L'MKs. NEWMARKET*.
T'TAWAYS. and MACKS. Any description of
aili-*'material iliad'- up- deB-lt*
niCHMOND PERPETUAL III II.D
1NO, LOAN, AND TRUST COMPANY,
Ko. 12xX) M.US sriBBT (n\DKa I'LANIEHI
Nation m. Hank).
Lt en* I,. BAaS,Pre?ldetitS
John J. XVatoiiT, Viri-Preatdeni;
William LovssaTBlN. Caalilcr.
HOKEY LOANED ON REA*. iCSTATE on fa
orable tersas, retaraalde in mouthrr la .Uliiieiiia.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED t* thia ?**?nr**a!,
ad INTEHEeT ALLOE'Elt M Use rait of ? pet
swtamperaoaaun. Seasxlty aaaawblMl
[BER 9. 1884.
** ?00n.,w J A. t
>* J /nfa
f OO W W WOOD RBBKKB
PO OWWWWO DR,, RR
PO OWWWWO DM RRR
n fi sr var ww DDR UR
O 0 WW WW D DI K
po w w non krer *
0KFICER8 \M? IEMBERS OF
t (VIINKNTAI. I.ODOC. No. ntl. K.of H.
an i(,iue-t.?l to attend a regular meeting of tn-lr
Lodge at Iben's Hall. -. i-.-nt-cnth amt Mihi
Mn-cis. Tilts (Tue.dayl KV I ?.wi NO at 7*J o'clocB.
Mt ml* rs nf sister lodges fraternally iBvUrdto ?,.
imd. W. A. LAMMN.
sp H'-iMJMthTn Reporter.
Vlltil*IA HtiMt: Insi nw. r i pafPA-VT.)
Hit li'ioNP. Va , December 7,1891. I
CALLED MLEITNG OF THE
STOOKUOLDBBS OP THIS OMI'AW
-i i.l h.- helu st Hie office ol tie coiniisiiv. Ill tl ll
city, on TUESDAY, December I'S. 1881, at 10 A.
tty orderer lh( Ilosrd of Directors,
de 7-td P. C. WHKRRV. Secretary.
1CUMOND AM) ALLEGHANY
UAH.HOAD I OMPAJfV,
Notice ls hereby glvm tlitt the annual mtsatinc
ol ihr stoi-ali-blrrs of the RICHMOND ANO
Al I.M'IUNY UAH.KOMI t OMPABT Will lie
hrld at Hie ronipanv'i office, Richmond. \ a.. on
Um second iifsDAY irkini; THE '.itu
DA i I OK l>ri I MUCK NEXT. 18x4. si li M.
ft riln 'r.ur|si.c i f ,-littliig ii Hoard ol' t drer lor*
loarnreore year, and for the traiis-irilnn of anv
oller luslue-i that muy ba hr niv-nt nefir.' Ute
rn.ttln* K. lt. I.H AND ?e rt i y
Kicbmontl ami Atleghany Railroad i ompeey.
^'OTICE.?TDK ANNCAL MEETING
or Ito 8l*t*PK HOLDERS Ol' THK Ult'll
vinNIi ANO W l-l POINT I KRMlNAL lt VII.
W.Vi ANO W Vlil'IKU *|, COM "ANT Will lie
brid st the ofllee of the lllrhnond and Oanvt'lH
Rai trued O-mnaay, lu th* -ny "i in dimond.
Vs.on the OTU D.tY OK DECKMRKR proilmo,
rn iSo'ekntl M
1 he honks for Hie tran-fer of stork win hr clo-,s-l
from S o'clock P. vi. Iseeember 'Jd I'Pii lino, until
So'eleck A. M. December loth ero-Hmo.
no?:l-td R. HF:oi)KK. s-rretary.
ADJOFRNLD MEETING.-AV AD?
JOURNED UERTIKU ns rHERTOCR
HOI.DKRs ol' THK RICHMOND. KKi-de
IIK hSIUTlli ANO POTOMAC UAH,ROM)
COMPANY will br held st 'he offlce of Itu.sa.
nany In III. I'.ml on WEDNESDAY Hie 10th of
Oisiinl er. Issi, at 19 o'clock M.
eet- "I J. II. WINSTON, seoretarv.
Itlt'llMDNn i DANVH.I.K R.AIt.llilADI DMCANT,'
Itu iivioM', va.. Rovewber 84, 1804. I
ATOTICE.-THE ANNI AL MEETING
1> OfltfKSTlM'h'HOI.IIKKsnK IIIKRICII
MoMi ANO DAKV1LLK R.MI.IIoaD (OM
CAN 1 win lu hi ni nt tbe offl.-eof 'he company. In
Ibrelty of Richmond. V?- OB the loth day ol' 1)1'.
Cr MI'-EFt proximo,al li. oVlnck M.
'! 1 e book* for thc transfer of -t'sk will he cloted
from 3 o'clock P. M. Heccm'i. r Sd inoTlm ? until
D o'clock A. M. Di'i inlier lilli prntlum.
nog.i-ni li. BROOEH. eeeretary.
1 MME MUSEUM.
1 ' Mox VIIT RALL.
V* KER OP NH'l MIIKII H. 1884.
AI 1 RAI I ION KX I lt \OI!DIN VltV.
Il -1 -llnVV OP I IO si: v-iiv
raot'K.ssi.t: EMERSON In Royal Marionette ,
In neil Ssuiir* and Dances.
HILLY-WM.II' ANO SANPORD? KATIE.
(l.anieler sk'tell Uti-'-.
AL-TORTKLL ANO ARCHER-LOTTIE,
io ?-nun Musical Duo.
In new rents of Might of Hind, te.
Admission loaiLeauy icc. Reserved -cit-,2nc.,
',, i.- bad ?t i . K. John-toii'. tn list i -stores No, tl! -I
Min,-imf. Doors often at I::t0 I'. M.anil at 7;
cnimrnrest -jinn p. VI. and at 8 I*. V'. dci'-M
I'lloKK-'iu: J.WILLOUGHBY READE
u eCelebrated k.i.-, uti.mist.
INION?I A MON Mil ID il-Hi- I t lll'ltril,
il ESP vv NH,il I. Dav IMBI ii '.i. 1884,
at 7:4.*) o'clock |u.plly.
3 NIOIITS ONLY ?
MONDAY.TIKSDAY. AND WKDNKSDAY,
DECEMiirn 8tii, stu, ami IOtii.
THK LFI.AND JUVENILE ol'KRA filMI'WV
". He I iii-t . lc-o|icri cr allon hy J. A. Dc
Will. Ks<|.. entitled
oi i: AMERICAN MINI9TRR.
A -nperh cs?t of character* of Childi**! r*ng
Ing In sgc fruin eight to slxleeu, t-legauily cos?
Atlml.slon: Orchestra lad circle, tflc.i dr,-.
elrt le iifte.; galleries IS and lue. No extra charge
for rescrvtsl setts.
speelsl MAI INKK WEDNB8DAY Bl 8*80 P. VI.
A.li.il.lon : -JT>c. to all part- of the boa**, s,.,
lilli,,t the dsy. del-lit
04LE tan OtJPPBM.
ryUK I.ADIKs OP DR. HOl.E'S
J. ( hi i,'( ll win open ii,, ir
( lli:i.-l V \s s vi.K v.ND si PPRR
Iii Hie l.-i-turi'-riiui on
THL'IISDAf no: lim instant,
?it .', ..'clock e. M..
andtl.osK.oN PBIDAi NIGHT St ll o-eteek.
A cbaracttriillc fentnre vt III he MOM GOOD
Ml'SICby a Sae cborw "f twenty voicesoasaeh
KIM IT-CAKEand DIIKssK.o Dui.t,s .?.,?, |,i.
C. K. Cl.auk. Pres. E. K. Uv Visit,cu, Trtis
rjMli: RR Al'STREET MERCANTILh
rXlitTlVK 0IT10E8, 27ft. g8l, AND ttl
BltOAOWAY. BRM Yi-ltlv.
Offli'c-ln all tue prim hal rifle* af tts Italie*
Stairs and ( niola; in I., inion. Flagland; BUM a
( oiiiliit uta! mid Austia'.lau UUIIWUsSad itel.
Vol.C.MKs i*-s,iKD QVAarnOXT.
sin its or ( hinge* semi-wis-klv. t'onstant revl.
md prompt notification la ?aba-srlber*.
Naini s ol leflatile lawytrs who make eollectlon . 3
Its nullification* are grratt r sud Its business
' I an any ? pullar or**anUatlon lu Um world
, ouducted in one Interest and under OB* manita
v.. .-n-,- raspt ctfuliy invited to Invest I rate, aad
If lu med or any agency to lest Us ability to . rv,
KICHMONDOrT'lCK-Nu. 121U MAIN'S TICKET.
J. II. WI I ITT Y,
in 7 supcrlntcndrnt.
LT. CHRISTI AV
* PUKNISHINU I NOKRTAhKII.
No. lui.1 ba*i Bboao itkBarr.
bu a large a .-,? i nenttif WOOD and M KT ALLIC
i A-!-. ( v-hl.|s. SHROUDS, CLOTH CAS
KKT8.tr.. al low price*.
Couetrv and telegraph order* prnraritlr attended
to d?v or wight_ dr 9-rod
JOSEPH W. LAURE,
Pl PNI-HINi. I NOFRTAKKR,'
OOP .ssa final avk iiKiiAO - raaiTS,
WOOD AND V.K I Ul '( ill III M.-CA3K8,
ROUE8.HI M's". HACKS,
anti al' Hiing, rniulsltr si '.av/'.- i kaTBS.
Telegraphic and countrv ordsri iollclti -I.
WILLIAM IL MTIIKRIi'.Ml,
A SONS. KI'lINTsHINlilNlH I:
I AK Kits, lal wis il s,.v, mh and Elgiitli, 73 1 t-I
?'tr. -nu ' t, have a targa a -,rii.n-n' of
slllioros. Wool) n ,1 MRTALLIC CASKETS,
' ASKS, and CLOTH CASKETS, tl low price*.
Country and lelegrapli orders promptly attended
to day or night._ os- Bt-fwAVsra un
I W. BILLFPS & SUN.
li. Kl l.'N|s|!|N<; INOKRTAl.K.lIs,'
I tot i.i-t Main .stub kt lander st. Charlu*
liritl.M. CABER, slll.'o; li-, and fUNERAL
CONVEl A>iCES furnlslietl at sb hour*.
Telegraph ordcra attended to day or night.
nc I '?- Ci
KliTOIO.Nl), Decetnlier 1, 1884.
T? ALL WHOM IT MAI CONGBRBT.
JL I her, by app-int I. K. SPARKES and T. T.
1 AKII!to|t.!l mv agent* lo .idm't IbeC.RO
CPRYand l.lgftiR UlslN Ks* ul Nos. 420 and
438 north Scvcntecnih -trct-t.iu this city, to buy
and -el! for cash only,
t.'ei-aw* J. 8. MOORE
OiriCK OP TUB ( ITT ACDITOB,)
RSOnoaro, Va.. December 6,1884, (
THF. TltAS'l'FK ROOKS Ol-' THK RON'OKD
DKI1T Ol Tllk. (UV Off UICHMOND
CLOfiFOi ON THE 16rn BMVAMf
liK-Ol'ENKDONTHK Ud DAY Or JANUARY,
de 7 VILKs TURn R, Auditor.
T-OBAI CO-BOXES. SHOOKED AND
X NAILED UP.
CAR-LOTS AND Lr.--.
Having a Urge boz-factory at Tiffin, 0? with
all c-nuertimn, fr un the factory lo all is.In', l.y
three railroads, I am prepared to tnnply BoXKsiln
shooks or nailed up, lu car-lots, delivered,at lowtet
I carry over three million fret Sycamore lumber
at my Tl mn factory and v lonny at all times.
The special atteulloa of my country aud south
cm iratie ts called to mv TlfUn factory.
Mv Richmond and Danville faco-iea will eoai
peie In aualliv and prlc* wilt any au I every re
sptiiulble party at iIh-*t pis.-.-,.
R. IL WH1TLOCE.
rrtaclpUoftce: Ulclunoad, Val
snarf AM. NStl?*
AAA/y^' J WW -' ' ' 'V**x?v^ -' y^/Ss**^-*' -^*w?
SPECIAL SALE Of
t B A NS rt HIM) E E KEB RES
8 AA SN N D DEE H. 8?.**-*
HM A A 111 I U KK_ SB RRt\ ..
H AAA R fl N D P E E, ? K fe
il Sa an mn !>?>?* E E ann a B
COO ll HH '-RB VFF .Stu
o I'M una r V~*
y ii ii h it aa rv as
o ch hhs f _~|~
A brEciAL pcp.cha?i* or iiavdkkr
amocnting in un: Ae.'iitKGAreTO
I PWARDS 0F *2,V0.
ENABLIS CS TD PKONCEMORKOfrXTR'
ORDINARY BENEFIT Tout lt PA IKON*.
HIE e.niiDs WILL lilt ON SALE
AND CONSIST OK ALI. KINI? OK L1NK>
I OTTON. AND SILK llANOM RCtllKF-s.
wi: gcakantm: the price at les
THAN ONE HALF OTHER attfMfJS
CHARGE KOR THE SAME.
Sc IIANDM.ItCHlEKafor BM
10c. HANDKERCHIEFS for Rc. ;
18c. HANDKEIH Ti I Ki's for 8c:
?2&c HANDKERCHIEFS for ISBB.I
?SS, HAN'UKM.'eSUBISSm SSe>l
76c. HANDKKReTHEES for 37c.
,;,. nit ronni- K.nrlh sud Broad att*MIS>
ri B5IITCRE. ?*npirrsi. arwFF.a. *e
J. DEI.MAN KUI llklir. XV. A. HKU..IAV,
T)OTIIKl'l fl e IK,
ROS EAST fSIOAO STREET, *-<>3
THE LOW-l'RtC:: e ASH AND LllHtRAI. IN
8TALMENT faOOBB Bf f.H TIMoN'O,
wilt be able
T II 1* W I B Iv
lo show one ol' l!.c beti lines of
I A K PETS,
BEDROOM-. DINING-, PARLOR-. AND
in tiik i irv.
We would cnll your SBMwd attention to ou
HEATING AND COOKING,
which we will sell for cash or on easy wc-kly o
Itetncinticr that weare the
LEADERS IN LnXV PRU Ks AM) E\sy
l.'OTHEUT A CO.,
'. "iii BM IB HBBBI.
NEW ffTOBBI NEW goods:
BALTIMOBB UODBBi HT Ss SSI BahiMSf
HOLIDAY c. (lillis,-Don't buy
y.ur Chri-tin.i- pies, nt until rnnsasjfi
oar tarn stock ?r Kane. Articles, Chairs, ft
i>. -V-. iianaiaa and standingCabinet*.Ra-'k
sci-. Mirrors, Florentine * alu**, rabies, l'.-d.-tal
and inanv other article* In conn, ellon with ont o
tie-largest and i t-t-s. i.-.re.i nook oT Parlor BBi
i bamber Snits to be teen In tnt etty, V.ai
sue money by examining our Mock and com
parin-price,. ' I ?, X HIU|i,lll' A M>N.
de 7-1 Fe!8 12 and 111 Governor street.
17IJRHITURE, MATTRESS Ks,a
J ANO BEDDING, lin lirites. -lock ot Hs.
H KM IT RE. .tc. ot all description*. liiPtt
the city. Do Dot ut gleet youl inter sis li* ' 1 I
parchaataw barbra giving nt a oalt. Large-i baal
tie*-, li rgest-lock, and gnuie.! facllttle* lor tin
deliver; of good*. Matufkcti .n guaraatocd. wu.
LIAM DAfnioV. 14)1! and 1*1- eil Ball
street and IB Qos inf -tn-!. 4 wt Bro*
-tic't. factor]-and Cpbol.u-iy Boota: IS to gt
noriii Kit'iei uni tns'L_noaS-ai
OW PRICES! EASY TERMS!
HV< LOBB Ut'X. IM..M XSt KXI1T IMNG.ANl
1 can sell my new aatl beautiful -tock of
H 'RN 111 KV. AND carpet*)
FEST CHEAP FOB ? a-h ff sa BAST IN
.-r.xi. xii: NT.?.
Aller PBICTjra Bl i WHEER gu., aaa a cai
and I will i UN VINCE and s VTIsKY 1*00.
xiv HA ITBI SSI - ARE MOSTS TO BI Titi
BEST IN THE CITY.
a G. lt I!',ESS.
se 16-tDc'i*._:H7ea?t Bro I I -ir.. t.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THOA
I r.i Kl S-H x\v WILL BAKEOYFB yuin
? 'LD MATTRESSES in Hie maid and m.,
luraliie mannt r. xx .ii - i ! x xi xni'i: Kl x
I HERS and make anything desired in the uko
WNO LINE. Pl RE HAIR, FEATHER!)
-lll't Ks, Ac. always on hand. Send posts
? ,ii ? No. or leave ord*rs with vir. JultN xv
lo ssl-. No.807 i i i Broad street, or 610 oort!
Eighth -trtiT.aint I wu rall promptly,
THOMAS E.cki N-ll kW,
?? Irt-'lm 891 aaa) Mal
?IBBBAIi Vt kl'llts.
\l/ \ 1 K ESH A GLENN MINERAL
Iv WATER. Il tie DRINEING xx \ i ni
fr.m tb.- XX ii keaba Glenn spring*, xvauk.-h.. .I
livered la any part of me wot ld. The demand foi
ti e eel. i rio -I water bj . ur leading famlll** a* I
r. (--lillir dill.1 lng waler I- dally Increasing, lu?
cina!.h in ill kb In. -v and liv r dUBeatll**. K .r
tale hv leading drocsisl , tample-rooau, grocers.
or direct from s|,rlt.g In liam I. h ill"-, and gl.t.j
tddress l. il. BRI xs I.
bo H-sa.TuAlhly Waukesha, xvi..
DINKUM noNM A PAKTMEBSH IP*.
Ult IIMO\l\ VA., Inc n '.i 1. 1 -- I.
'IMIF. FIRM OF LEFEBVRK BRO*
1 ill! in i- thia day di lotvsd i jr paula*! eon
tent. M.i.l.ni'l.vi:. v. ni c..mi'.,it. the MER
I HANDI-E BROKERAGE Ul -INK-- i
..un. .md i-sion, - ni ii,.!, l.t. d'. - oi fe- concern.
A 11.Ictus .lue lin- ti rm mu-' be nani 1 > lin.
ll. P. I i Kl BYRE,
?le2-fU XX .C. LEFEUVRE.
? HANDCLIIK*.. lill Ititi liOIIDS.dr.
JrsT RECEIVED A MEW STOCK OF
BAS- ANf)liI!.-t ll vNDI'LIEKS.
l!i:.\ss fEEDEBS \si> IBUSS.COAL lillis,
AND KIRI' BETS,
BABBLEIZEDSLATS AND XV KM) M XNTKl.s,
fBOaTTS and grates.
TILE HEAL TH-. DBCOBATBD -Ii kDBS,
Hot-air Furnace* and Latrobe St.iv>-* BapeelBlty,
OIL BTOv fS I- rCHiklngainltn-itnig.
Call and see my hau>i-H,i.i.- thow-ronrn on second
floor. JOHN BOWERS.
oe 10-2m No. 7 Governor .tre. e. Hn-hin.iii.|.Va.
l'( KI NO HAM Ililli .!..
KU ni AVt.Nt'B ASUEirTIBTIISTHggT,
? '..nductcd on th.- Eir.,|*an plan, with a restau?
rant of inisiiroa--. .1 . ve len. c.
Itesmia for tr:iu-:e:il gucsW. |J per day and up?
MEDDINOS, BBCBfTTUNS. DINNERS, AND
LLTSCHBl \ BPBOI xi.TY.
WKIIII'.RIIEE A KCLLEi:, PioprletOM.
no 20-Th Sa ATutw
i:o?): *,. NH OKS), .te.
I (ALL TIIK AT TKNTION OF
UH.- public u> my Hue sf
HANDMADE. H.EMitLE-soLE. I.OW-HEKL
ANu IBO AD-BO fTDM sue IE-.
madcupevpres?ly for old ai-inlcmeu an I ladles,
and all others who have btes crippled by ill-fitting
Ihota sud ahoea aewml ou tbe ohl-ttyle utacbluc ;
also, to toy-plcndtd Hue of
RAILROAD ll ACS,
SHOULDER- AND BAGO AGK-STRAPs,
? . _.-. *? A. GKIt.t,.
corcer Main and KUhth ?tre,-u (Pace lltock )
CHINA. tiLABSWABI, ?Tba.
COMBINATION D1NEKB- AND TEA-SETS,
Eoi!n.Iym.w. Oalv tsssaity aaUlaff.
j . BEOSOB OlBt-ON.Ja.,
"*?? iSSf Mata (ints
MOTHER'S PRIBJtLi I
A r-REClort BOON TO stoma*!
WORD* OP PRAISE
| most ram. atty eattreat ever* feasals arcdine
such a remedy to u e Mother's Ralief. I*******M
with Uils ern matt I will add lh.it during a laos
ountrlesl practice (forty-four years) I hav
oeTcr known lt to fall to prod ure tlie I ri len-'s I
ff>cu IL J. HOLME*. M. U.
A Isle from one of ?ho eimile* of I
Deeifla writes: " I BBSS SBSBBBJI St *H th- M.>
llirr's rrletitl rta seat re, and I ara iellfiiu-d
willi lt. in ni rv instance when- ll has bren u . d
Itirffrrts have lieen all thu I c.,ul I a,k. I Bea*
sider lt a great hles-lng."
A dlstlngulslicd phvslclau of M l**lssipiil wri'/w
?kvery or.e rseetltiif ll sfioald usc tlie Motlirr'i
Erl. nd, for dm lng a long obstetric piactlce I bsvs
never Wno-*i, ll to fail.''
T hi* remedy l* one al*,ut which ?p ranuot p io
Itshcerlficates, hut lt ls a most wonderful Hal
pent lo bc used afUT tia' .1r*t twa or tim* rn .nih*.
Scud I? rour Lrea'iei on thc H'al.baiid Hippl
nos of Woman. ? kfM in*', which give, ali ptr
the li): vonni) ki ntl.Mm: compvnv
Ko\ 2H. Ul.int-i. (.a.
ICIOf vi \.
A girl in nv cn thy has 'ss-n cor, 1 f C ", ? Ita*
dual ?tiol'ula by Um.? f SW fl -sim-cIH-.
J.d. Mi Dam)a.. Alta********, 1.1
III- iciill. lieu ll falter "f the <>. .tlie. el
Vanderbilt's iiiil'b n* could m-t hut from me
vslt.u swill'. s,,,|ti,- |lM iloni-1,,i psa. || I
inc ff S.-I..fill* of rtl'tr,. . oars' ,'andlnf.
>tr*. F i.t'.Aiii.rii ItAhSK, At wnrUi,lia.
FETTER -- Vfl.-rsefterlne nilli Tetter for eleven
yrars. BBd having alls,rt. nf tr, it.neut, I wa. r
i.vi.l i-ntlirly bl SWIft'l >|n.-it ,-.
L. II. LOO, Daw w.n. Oa.
SNATl HU) KRi'M THE (iKWF'-l w,,
brought to death'- door bv a combination ??'
n land erysipelas, from whlrti I iii sutTrn-d t'.i
tbrea rears, Maa treated b? - r< ral
willi build., pots-slum, v.hn-n -.s-un d I 'e.s|the
dl-saee. I hate I.. en tend sound am! e, li b| RM
u-i of Swift's Ppecitc.
Mr-. BABAfl F.Ti :\?lt.
Hu ol,--1 I,. I.-nu.
Swift's s|*-c|nr isi-nttnlv vegotablr. Tri ttl-'on
lui, .1- Ami skin-ni aa e* ? BW Rea
Tam swill si-it ii ii 00s. Drawer t, mm ii.
na.,or 109 wot BBB strut. Rea Tart.
EALTH IS WEAL I'll.
Dil. K. c. WK-1>
NEUVE- AND RRAIRVTRI VTMKN'T,
Sguaranteed-tpeclflc t'-r l(v*t. r! i Di// ?
V I lon-. I il-. Vim o- N m., I,-I.,, ld iel,,-. N'erv
-.. . ia-', ii tit-Hi caused by tin- u-e of alcohol or
tobacco, Wakefulness. Mt ulai Ikrpre -lon. -
lug of tim uram in-ultiiu in insanlll indira lng
to mi.-, ri.decal and deaUi), Premature-OM tee,
l of Power cr sex, caused b) unrt vr
Uob or the biala or over-indalrtnc*. Bach boa
ll one BlOalTl'l !-? uti' -,' . ? I i ', -> v
foi SS, sent bv mall, prepaid, on r, |
prur. WE GUARANTEE SIX ROXK* lo ears
suv rt-'-. Wlib each order rec ^i veal by us fm -ix
t, vt i,accompanied srllb ts, we will -e*-i th* :,ur
eb.is.-r oar written guarani,- bl refund Int tn ,ney
If Hie treatment do.:- n it . lt.- ' i ir.-, t.iirui
U'clnsiii dooly hy JOHN c. VV I -I v- il
802 west Ma llson street.
*.i22-d.twl* Chh aa* i. UL
i. hoi i Iii v Ar.
[tl ORLEANS MOI.A--I-.
clinic! RMI (ROU.
landing Bl OBV wan lem te, Bad Pr -ale bf
DAVF Nl-ull I .? MOIIIM*.
? 7-101 D" :, 'r ? t
NOTHF.lt GREAT SEDUCTION IN
?tVFJvU V OOH
2 U VO tl ss a itu
?TRL V CO AA HRH BSo
? 5U l (i no AAA K R? Sh,
"hs" uu ooo a a I I *tvitt.
I.H.II I VELI ii\V, fic.i
WIIITK si i, AR, tte;
ROOT WHITE, n,.-.;
CUT-f.OAK and I'mUiMlili, 8c;
TEAS AND OOffff] Kt
LOWER THAN ANY lim st: IN THE (ITT.
lu order tn make every cou uni, r al* IK vs ard
UOPPI i iii thc city a customer, I itu glvlast
y MIIAOltDlNARY INDI I EMI N I s
In th,- VS I] of
IMP'iKil.D i MIVA.
MA-lol.li \-\\ AUK,
t I."i Us,
LOVELY I'll "ll ItE-i Allis
(,i\ i n io ali. CUtTOMEBA
c. D. h.;AN*,,
NOUTlivvgsTcnsKi! RnOAO ABB vin
I Ti I BAS Mt.- -niSBT,
ICU llkpivit. V v.
orrtt liiTTv c. 11.ia nm,?
Kn kTXOMD \ .. I --J. J
Tliliofllce will la o|?n dall) BOlWOSBRbiaMSMS
of DoYlock A. M. and ll i.VI-.-k U. M. fr un Hie
1.1111 TO HIE BIBI IIVV nf DECEMIIE't.
lin lu-lve, for the j urpo e --I rn Itli,/ from all
TAXFs in E IO MIK I in OK Ult HV1.N,).
Any |* ison B-Re dial! fall Ul pay said tate*
wlttiln the itinc s.. l.inlU'd will he . ou-ld. i, d ,|,
Hn.(iK nt, aii.l will hu charged
A PSNALTY OK 5 UER (KN I.
Bndluterest at the ratfor 0 per c. nt. per .muuni.
A. R. VOtMBMHf,
TfJOOD A COWARD1N
have remottsi n,rir ofllce Vi
NO. 407 EA-1 M VIN rffOOJ i.
O ENKY C. JON ES, D. D. S.
Dater AX OPPK.-a: B13v? Maim str*?t rsjlk,
OfUce boars fmm S A. M. M d I* M.
Iformarly Wayt t Mahony,)
Orrin: 8-*o Maia sirvei, betweaa tflitb aa
tev?Blh. Richmond. Va. oe I -edd
^^ WOOD ARM DtAL.
B^ E t T A N T ll R A C I I E El ill. |5;
8TOVB. SS.aS; LUMP tsl'LIVT, S4.78;
HAIL sri.INT. s-t.in; soil' I I Ml'. S.t.oo :
pol AHiiM.v.-l.r*t'.?.7J;,!itV>:K Hll.L,
?4.5.5. HOOD IMSir, fi per half rori; OAR,
M.fti>; MiFT COKE AND KXiitNlt-i'OM.. at
lowwt prb-es for rash. \ sr.l ? Ilma I. ah.,,r Elisa
dets.u or luoft Cary street. 1. !i-p!'..u.- 1st.
iii-4 _t*. Il- PAP E.
1>ERFECT PREPARATION. - KAMI
Ll Er, .an br supplied with bert ANTRAC1TR
( dal, au *>*>,*- J?,,Tt-* K'0"**- ?**- S-MtteOy
creeued. CROWN RILL SPLINT, the nseriesa
^J^J*1!! twstes. ffeiREjiT PINP. Wood,
wwed sad sbAII. A P. LATHROP 0 CIA,
se 10 a*w*nts)eewit*T***^