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FRIDAY.DU-RMBBB 18. IBM.
Federal Deputy Marshals.
The development* in the cs*e of Murdill
Vt luoirr. of Ohio, who at tbe la*t October
elections Oiled tbe etty hf cincinnati wiih
Fed* ral deputy mar-hsl*. show clearly that
tbe liw ourbt lo be r*pe?led st once. The
|ajwer? which be exercised ought to he en?
trusted to no officer, no man. lb-publican
Mimbil WRioirr first drew out of the
Vatted Mate* Trettury eighteen thou?and
dollar* wberewltb to pty hi* tupervlsor*
snd deputy marshals, but when tbe
SruiNOXt committee beiran to track hint
np, be reduced bl* bill by some four thou?
sand dollar*, requesting the proper audit?
ing officer to charge bim with this
tum. Ol course Mr. Wrioiit could have
pocketed thi* amount of money,
sn,. lt might not be unjust to
bim to nay that but for Mr. FollktCh reso?
lution he would have pocketed it. How?
ever, M to tblt we know nothing. But we
do know tbat ll t* a dangerou* experiment
long(.' to allow a law to remain upon the
statute-book under which fifty thousand
deputy marshal- may be appointed in New
York city, and a million ol dollar* drawn
from thc Federal Treasury to pay them
'? Nothing else I* so lur'd a* money." is
an old saving. Nothing el?e 1* *o demoral?
ising u money, lt will never do to open
the Treaturv ol tbe United 8Utc*. with iu
hundred* ot million* of dollars, to ofBclsla
wboae tenure of office depend* upon
whether their own or the o|S>i*lte party
ran command tbe 1.ir ir est amount of
money for electloneerinir purpoae*. No
(State I* rich enough to Indulge in
such extravagance. No .Slate can af?
ford to allow Its revenue to be
wasted upon Stale officer* answering
to these Federal deputy mai simla. And of
tbe thirty-eight States there are only I few
which bave large revenue*. But even If
all tbe State* were rich, and all were to gi
Into the linaine*, of providing for siu-h
election officers as these Federal deputy
mai -hal-, the danger to r. -nit therefrom to
our free Institution* would lie small when
contrasted with flu jurd of entrusting such
elution* to Federal officials paid out of thc
Federal Treasury. If the State* were all
to provide for such election officers,
these officers would belong to one
party In one State, and to tbe other
party tn another State. The result
would lie bad enough, no doubt; but not
ball to bsd at the W mit ht plan of having
thousands ot Republican deputy marshals
and not one Democratic deputy marshal.
The w l-nng- perpetrated in ihe interest nj
tbe Hi publican party tn oue State would, or
nt any rate might. BS cancelled by
the monga perpetrated In the in
terett of the Democratic parly 1m an?
other State. Besides, th?*e Slate official*
would lie held to account at borne. They
would not bave |o walt for a congressional
i oniiiiitii e to overhaul their accounts and
inqune into tbelr unlawful acts. They
would be influenced, loo, by local public
opinion. The voters, in turn, knowing
that they would have to foot the bill, would
look into these matters for themselves.
But lt it not merely Itecausc he spent
money extravagantly that Marsha! Wiuuht
bas merited universal condemnation, not to
ma i serration, lt i* nn undisputed fact
tbat be appointed negroes to perform the
function* ot depi'ty marshnl* overawing
white voter*. But even Hil* wa* not the
wornt, for he selected loathsome criminal*
nnd the lowest ela-* of ward strikers. A
Wndiiiij.ton letter says:
??Thc evidence More the sub-commit?
tee wm to Hie effect thal over twenty-four
Inindieu deputy marshals had been ap
]*iititcil In cincinnati; that they were chiii
paced eleen ot the wor*t poaBtbts eborac
ter; tbat bir-ie numbers nf them were He?
arne*: that many were non-residents nf
Ohio; tbat some were from this city ; and
that so far from preserving the peace and
securlrg a fair election there the course ot
Ihe deputy marshal* was calculated to pro?
duce the contrary effect."
What ought to RS dont with a party that
can sanction such crimes against the elec?
tive fiinichiaf ?- that allow* lt* sectional
nnd psi tisnn and war prejudices sn to blind
IL* eye* as that lt is unable to see that these
are wrongs which ought to be redressed,
and Ihe law one w Inch ought to lie repealed
nut of hand ,
Went for Wool snd Oot Shorn.
The Chicago Tribune recently published
s table the design of which waa to show
tbat the popular vote per presidential elec?
tor wa* twice aa great In tome of the north?
ern States at lt was in tome nf tbe touthern
huies. Thi* Uble afforded rich pickings
for tbe organ*, and nearly every one of
Hiern protea*** to have found In lt
b minc of Intimidation and fraud n*
far at Ute South lt concerned. Hut there
are Sgurea and figure*, and an analyst* ot
tbe Tote of all tbe state* aa per elector*
knockt the concluaiont ot tbe organs Into
?tpt." Tbe Springfield Hepublica*, In
corBmcntlng on the 7V-iAvne'jf Uble, atvi
tbat IU khuwlug may be true in respect ot
some ol the northern SUte*, but Insists
oa presenting tbs other tide of thc que*
lion, as follows:
But ta other SUte* there would be very
much les* disparity. For InsUnoe, the
electoral vote of Alabama i? 10; total pop
ular vote, l&3,(Kiu; average vote per .Ve?
lor. 10,800. The electoral vote of Vermont
lt 4 ; total popular vote, fci.Wi; average
vote for elector, 14,8x10.
Take another comparison .- ToUl popular
vote of North Carolina. MS,400; electoral
vote, ll; average popular per elector, 34.
400. Total iKipuUr vote of Massachusetts.
803,300; electoral rote, 14; average popu?
lar per elector, 11,800. Now, wilt any Re?
publicen admit that (bete figure* prove that
lhere U more hultdotinr In Maasacbusett*
thea la North Carolina)? He would be a
wrtotfti if be did. but it ia a poor rule tbat
will aol work both wayt.
Take tbe ttoall vote ol South Car dina.
where there ts probably thc noni reason for
lae r barge ot Intimidation: Total popular
vote of South Ctrolina, 81,883; electoral
y__**? ?? avenge populsr per elector. 10,
_*? T?"?? popuhtr tot* of Hbode Island.
83,. d; electoral vote. 4; average popular
per ekctor, 8.11*8. Home of the organ*
a sot to coobo* thc**? comparison! to ?? rep
seaUttve rteaton"; what they mean by
repressen tail ve sdeotor* tc do not know, a*
Bo such tem ls koowa to tba constitution
or laws; obs elector li j rut m mu di rrpre
seotstivs as another, and count* at much
ai sboI her.
Han Ing thus ditpoeed al the Sf ur ing o
tbe organ* in general, the HtpuWic*.* thea
dei ole* itself to the Dca Mvtac* (laws
JUgUttrnptx-tally. Tbs Hcpu'jlica* hiv
tag, il Saawer to Mr. Blaiks, started
?*" that Mto*aia*fB ta States an unropra?*at
.si to tis liaKJor&i College st the Korti si
roB I* tbe South," the Htgltkr pt*
pound* tn R thee* two queel lon* :
l*ir*l, dees lt boneatly believe that the
rolored men of Ihe South have the *ane
polltfcal privilege* *nd enjoy the * mi I M>
filled rte bit sa bave tbe Democrat* in the
Kuti t ot Mieaachused*, Maine. Ohio, and
Illino!*t Second, astiimlnv tiny hive,
aili ll explain bow ll i* that the sta'c* of
Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina.
In which lhere are aaore black* than all tire
nhItet combined, in which otoo the blacks.
lt it admitted by representative southern
it*, alwsvi act with the Republican pArly
why it lt timi these stat* * give Democratic
mijoittle* st tbe late election averaging
upward ol 82,000 majority in each "Ute*
The Etpwbtioan, pBaff ?Utlng tbat lt likes
a good square question going to the heart
of things, answer.:
1. Tbe colored men at the South hive
widtr ?? political privilege*" than they
would have In Ma**ichu*elt*. a* we km
sin adv shown, sine many more thousand
of I hem vote than can read and wriie.
VI' hellier they "enjoy " those right* ns well
ts Ihe Democrat* do here or not lt a que.
lion capable of different nn?wera, accord
ing lo thc SUte* tn consideration. The
evidence ls that In North Carolina, Ark in?
ns, 1 ? nm-*.cc, Louisiana, it'd olbcr State*.
it thc lsd election, a* Urge a proportion of
tlum voted as could be i xpectcd to, cun
sid. ring that Irom flO to s:t per cent, of
them cannot read or Bratts, South Caro?
lina I* the onlv Slate where the figure* of
lin mrd vote afford ground of preemption
that there wa* tny general or extended sup?
pression of vote. As lo scattering- iu
*Unee?of unlawful pressure from employ?
er*, Democrats In Max**chu*<Tti* arc not
stranger* to tnat sort of thinir. We believe
that the cdored men of thc South, bs a
whole, enjoy and exercise tbelr political
right* quite" a* filly n* men of their Illite?
racy could lap expected to, nnl Ihe fact that
Mr. Blaine raised Hie Bepublican vote
l'.'O.OOO tn those SUtes I* another pryof
2. A* to the atsump'lon that a black ma?
jority in the popuhtlon would by right re
P.iin a Itepublican miijnrity nt the pill*, ll
I* purely un aasanpttott,sad one tbit bas
been overthrown by Virglnii and other
st .ti - win ie the black vote is divldel, and
lt it ibo not confirmed bv the statements of
The Et'jister and other Bepublican orirans
re-t(heii easewholh on assumption. They
know that ignorant white men *cldomrarc
to pav their poll-taxes nnd vote, tiniest in?
duced to do so by i h -e with whom they
ire associated a* labor! rs or otherwise. Bul
they assume that lin- coloied men ol th"
South, of whom from 00 lo 80 per cent
cannot read or write, and very tea; ol
whom have been to school, from thc
mere, fact of their age. If for no
other, po?*cR* some superior virtue
nf political devotion and intelligence which
.(air, them all upon thc lb-public ni side
and very anxious to vote, if only permitted
to do sn. This assumption I* contrary to
all tbe experience of free government rest?
ing upon the popular will. Education will
increase I he colored vote and the white vote
Rilke at the South, for the lack of it operate*
lo reduce Ihe total vole of both rice*.
The organ* in general, and the neaister
in particular, haling gone for wool, got
shorn. We think our Springfield contem?
porary ls open to tbe charge of being a mo?
nopolist. It certainly appears-to have a
corner on Bepublican wool.
McLean vs. Bayard.
Mr. Joun H. McLean, nf thc Cincinnati
Enquirer, ha* been spoken of a.* a possible
member of Mr. Cl kv uland'* Cabinet. We
have never expected him to become such,
but If we had, we should now have a diff-r
int exudation, for wc take lt for granted
that if Mr. BATABA m to be in the Cabi?
net, whether as SeireUry of State or
ti Secretary of tbe Treasury, nobody
will be associated with him hy
Mr. Cleveland to whom Mr. Rayard ol>
|ects or could object. And if Mr. McLean
has not opened tire upon Mr. Bayard, wc
misunderstand thc fellowing pasrages from
i double-leaded leader in last Tuesday*!
issue of the Cincinnati Enquirer. In that
; dltoriut, after saying a good many other
thing* concerning Mr. Bayard and other
?tali sinm. Mr. McLean tallis a* follows;
? There are a few pointe not so decidedly
In Mr. Bayard's favor. He comes from a
very small State, (ind it ha* been charged
soiin timi's that his view* on broad public
questions have aMOU warped by the puny
nuneri.il interest* of the three counties
which keep him and another man in thc
Cnlted Sistes Senate. There have been in?
timations tbat Mr. Bayard wa* In favor of
relaxing the tariff on about everything but
matches; that hewn* led to make this ex?
ception because his constituents were
mainly engaged In the lucifer indu-try.
? However, all tariff legislation seems to
bc governed, as far as possible, by thc im?
mediate interests of sen (tors and repre?
sentatives; aud if Mr. Baynrd's perform?
ance touching matches seems smaller than
the UrilV iK'rforni.inccs of other statesmen,
it is possibly only because his State ls so
small, and the business of priming little
blocks of wood with phosphorus, sulphur,
ard ebioiute ot | "i t-li ha* an insignificant
"Again: Mr. Bayard has had som" BBB>
elations not regarded as very Dcum
craticullv sturdy iu tin- matter nf civil
service, though thc senator's earnestin-*
as a Democrat these runny long yearn
ought to be proof that he is in favor of
making an Admlnlst ration thoroughly
Democratic, winn the people have commis?
sioned thc Democrats tn take charge of
" In fact, lhere are [icoplc who look up BR
Mr. Bayard's call ls Allum a* a strong
proof thal Mr. (level ind '* Administration
is to bc Jiu kaoni'in in the mutter nf distri?
buting thc offices so ?s to best cnn-iivc thc
public interest*, nnd nt ll I BRUM time am?
ply reward Isa toAaw it ailoa zeal ol Dcm ??
?'?Civil Service rdm-in' in parly plat?
form* has Leen a general rather I hun a ape
elfie term, mid does not DOCCSSsrttT invilvc
the schoolmaster plan of preparation foi
"There ere" festival occasion-when it ip>
pear* to be the propel' thing sf rccogniz'
sit elements of fl parlv; nnd. if at any timi
there should bc too strong a pursuit of :
ticietical line of thought, there ts tilivaystha
counter irritant?soraclKiuy like John R
Fellows, who doesn't strike attitudes in tin
very highest circle af politics, but win
know* ?a henp,' and knows Raw to ex prc*'
himself, and who, in a few burning words
cnn rebuke a simm and bringa company bsd
to bed.ro'k Democratic principle* with :
All thc above might RS overlooked ex
cept the following, which tells uniniatakn
bly that McLean and Bayard will never r>
in Hie same Cabinet:
?? There 1* ulw ays soraeltody like John R
Fellows, who doesn't strike attitudes in th
very highest circle of politics, but win
* ? * Otu rebuke a sham," Ac., Ac,
If Mr. McLkax's father had been pro
posed tor the Cabinet there would hav
been les* reason to object to the appoint
Mad Matter Forwarded.
We have learned already tbat there is
| misapprehension existing as to thc amend
tm nt to the postal law* that is contemplat' t
by the bill (Missed by the House of Rcprt
senutive* last Tuesdty. The law is lt uoi
sUndt allows letters and other urti.-lc* o
first-class mail maller prepaid with not let
than one tull rate of posUge to be foi
warded from one post-office to another, ii
tbe request of Ibe party addressed, willi
out any charge for such forwarding; th
balance of the posUge, however, if ther
be any due, to be collected at the ollie
when the matter,i* delivered. Tho amend
Bient proposed by ihe House oi Represent*
live* read* In the t'onores*ional Htcord a
fl lli.VA a :
" All other mall matter, the postage o
which, at required by law, ha* been full
prepaid, shall likcw Ite l?c forwarded trot
one pott-oiHcs' to another, nt the request c
tbe party addressed, without atty addition
Tbe reader will tee tbat whilst letter
and other Drat cia** mail matter can be foi
warded fi om one post-office to another if
I wo-ci itt stamp U put upon each such Iel
ter, sll other mail nutter mutt befully pr*
paid before lt can be to forwarded.
In tbe Criminal Court of tbe Ditlrict o
Columbia, oa Wednesday, Judge Wvi.i
gave au Intend tug opinion oa tbe right o
policemen to shoot. He Hld: * A pille*
man ba* a righi to thoo) a mxn when In Li
set ot coiuutlUuiK a felony, or while try io
to escape siter commuting a felony." U
ixeuerhcd lurtber inst if lt should turo on
aflcrnardi tbat t felony had sot been oom
totted, the ofletr would be JutttBed il h
hs! good Mattoe to. belem that tock ha
bera committed. "If." ceoHaoed the
Judge, "s tel ny was being committed In
Hie vu wot so otBxsrr, and he nfoMd to
make sb arrest, he would stand liable to be
But. bi rerthele**. poilcemefi thould be
exceedingly emuloo* In tbootlng. They
ought to "be fore they in right." and
?l.m fire?never befon.
We * usp, d, no, expect, tbit the writer
of the following note to the No*th'rn
Churchman will feel that he ba* ovcretll
nidt d hi* Importance, when be teci it in
Hist paper and find* Hut tb* ed'tor of thc
Churchman has atUched not one word of
\\iNi-HE*Ti;s. December 7. IsWf
I think lt would add to the pl?a*urc of
rending vour ranier If you did nd affect
your present stile of writing, a* omitting
ti tide*, verbs, conjunctions, and vaitou*
In one of your editorials last week there
were omitted about six such wo.'d*; tn an?
other about seventeen.
I have heard otb?r* exprcst the tame
opinion on this milter. Readier.
The Portsmouth Enterprise will learn
(hut B has done gross Injustice to Richmond
in IU lender of yesterday. It VU not tbe
eily of Richmond that turned off the gas
from the Governor's house and the Capitol
Square. Both branches of the City Coun?
cil, a* toon at they heard of that act, ataem
blcddn siieeial meeting, called by their pre?
siding officers, nnd without an hour'* delay
lighted up tbe Square and the guberna?
torial mansion, merallen of thc Council
taking pnrt and lighting lamps with their
own hands. The Enterprise knows, too,
Hint the Dispatch warned the gas olllii!*
sgtiind this blunder weeks tiro.
James Hadron Hope I* recommended by
a correspondent of the Washington Foot
as a proper jierson to lie selected a* thc
poet of Hie occasion of the dedication of
tbe Washington monument, Washington
elly, February 22d, next. We second the
nomination. flnWI is I genuine p . i. He
has peculiar tabill* as a historiographicnl
poet, if we may so speik?a Homeric talent.
We can't accept all of Hope's politico
economical teachings, hut we viii maintain
to the Issi that for such occasions as the
one under consideration he ls the man that
ought to be aderird.
Isn't it about time for Mirit Halstead
BS hear the " rebel yell" in the whir of the
New Orleans Kx|ioslUon machinery,
Cincinnati has a clearing-house, but the
country will never believe that it is effective
until it has cleared out Mi-rat Halstead.
It is no trouble for the organs in Phila?
delphia to sling mud. They bave simply
to turn on the hydrants nnd get a full sup?
" A Republican exchange thinks little
Billy Chandler will leave office with some
reputation." Yes, unwholesome reptiu
The Pittsburgh Dispatch remarks: "The
Inst report ls that Bitlbr's campaign cost
him MO.OOO." If it cost Ben. 8OA,808.
how much did it cost the Republican
An exchange savs: " Very appropriately
the new gymnasium wa* opened with a
hop." If the president don't skip, and the
diiector* don't Jump tbe town, tin-in dilu?
tion may succeed.
A correspondent write* from l'MrWn\
Mc., that he heard more profanity^! two
dny* in that city limn he heard in jfcadviHo
In two weeks. Boctelle's Influence in
Bangor is very great.
Senator. Bkck's intimation that the last
Administration was not friendly to thc sil?
ver dollar is in a sense wrong. An exami?
nation of the books will show that the last
Administration was friendly to every sort
Tho Philadelphia North American says:
" General Hazen has at last made np hi*
mind that somebody ought to be eoiirt-mar
ttnlb'd in connection with tho failure of the
Proteus expedition." Hazen is behind
ihe Hines. The country long since made
up its mind that Hazen ought to be court
Mi** Allen Longfellow, daughter nf the
peet, is doinicilli'd Bl Newnham College.
Secretary Lincoln's little son is mund
Abraham, for bl* grand fat lui', but li l i
calh d Rot " Abc." hut "Jack," for short.
Judge Jere Black'* widow, who Ins not
entered tlie White House since BustuutSfl
W.nr out of it, will revisit it aftel March
Thc person who claim* to be Sir bVbJi I
Tichborne will ni ak. ll tour nf Astarte! iu
comp ny with other tiirln-ilies of thc dime
F. P. Lrnst, w ho iv i* chairman of the
Colnmdo delegation al thc MM Cattle-Grow?
ers'Conicnlion, owns l'orty-llvc thousand
head nf Battle,
M.Wil-mi, son-in-l.ivv "J President (ircvy.
nf France, Ilia politically *? Hopped," ticing
now a Radical. His PeaSflH via- not a
cl nnge of belief, Inn to kepa seat in tba
( bandit r.
flt, Pc.sard, the lncl-ive editor nf the
Puris Sational. began lil* lending ar'lele
one day reecntlv with these words: ?? Win-n
the cholera end* thc Deputies licgill. It is
il BaTfffl nf acniirges."
?RRJOBS Sue. Victor Hugo, and Theoph
Iii (imilirr all threw dow ii thc BfltMl be?
bri taking up the pen. lt ls, therefore,
iKi**ible that three great pdnter. were
spoiled to make three great literary men.
Mr*. Cayley, the daughter ol s music-sell?
er nnd the wife of an olliecr of the Life
Guards, is the latest Knglish professional
Beauty. She i* Uill and graceful, liss large,
violet lyes. | very sweet face, and ha* curly
brawl hair clustering alt over her vvdi
Fanny Hilder h ft a million of francs in
bank with thc Rothschilds, mid thi* stun
now goes to one of her cousins and her own
grandchild. A long time ugo she wrote her
memoirs, but after she had read them care?
fully over the burned them.
The Rev. 1. C. Wilder is the oldest col?
lege student in thc Lulled sutcs, and
probably heads the educatioii.il roll of
honor tbe world over. He entered the
Univcrilly of Vermont with the class of
1>:;J, but aa aa unable to complete the cour?c.
Now, though in bia eighty-third year, he i*
jogging along with the das, of 1883, and
hopes to take his degree next June.
A I'rouiiit nnd atatlafactorv R*apona*.
Hm sk or Bei'kksentaiivk- t
United states, J
W ariiinuton, D. C., DecemUT 1;, 1S84. )
To the Editor of Hie Disiwtch:
I tee In the columns of your paper s
communication from King William county,
in which complaint ls made of the mail
service on tbe route betwfeen ltkhmond
and Tappahannock, and the attention of
Mr. Garrison and myself ls called to the
subject. Permit me to say In thi* connec?
tion that I received a letter of complaint
about ten day* ago tmui tbe tame county,
and at once visited the Department to
bring tbe matter to tbe attention of the
proper officer. I wa* Informed that an in?
vestigation had boen made, and tbat mall
service on that route it now regular. I
y l*iud the Dcpsirtmcnt again this morning,
and wa* again told that the postmaster at
Bichirmud had ie|N>rted tbat mails are
being carried on the route named with
Kgi.lariiy. I will add that it has been de?
termined to divide tbe route, and In the
nrw advertisement a proposal I* Invited
tor the carriage of tbs mail between Rich?
mond and Aylett'*, ia King William
county, and another lor tbe carriage be?
tween A) it-It'* and Tapp ihannock.
GkosoB D. Wits.
I have i-f scheu tbe conclusion that Auirri
csa ladies sn tho bret vocail?t?.~.*//ra
komok. li's oo wonder; isn't Dr. Bull'*
Cough lyrup msnufsctured ts ibis coun?
try i?Every o*MOOy.
MC ED SHED FOR OALLANTRt.
a Tann* Maa IVs* A il* mst rt ta Ats at* aa
Inaalied Lr*dy lilied far Hi* Pata*.
AH). Loni*(Mo.)?pr*ctaltay*: Thetown
cf Huntsville, the county-?eat of Randolph
ccunly. wa* tlie * -ene lad nlfht of a mur?
der, thc victim bates (ll'ton Kirby, a rich
young firmer, who*e home i* near Mitt
town, md the tl iver being a young Dwyer
of Huntsville. Edear Richmond. There
wa* a woman In the ease, but tn tbii in?
stant e -he wa* innocent at well u Ignorant
of sny quarrel The trouble that culminated
In the trtgedv onginated about a week ago.
There was a ball at Randolph Sprlngt. It
wa* the event of the seaton In the county,
ind everybody aUended. A great many
pi opie went from ll nut* ville. During the
evening'* fettlvuie* there wa* t ditairrce
ment between Bruce Richmond and a
young lady present concerning a dance.
Ibe ladv Insisted that she had notpromN'd
to dance with Richmond, while he insisted
tbat *be bad. She showed her danee-c ird
with another gentleman's name on it. and
Bidimonn. though forced to resign thc
dsnee, did so in no veiy good humor, and
later tn thc evening Indulged in some very
uncomplimentary remark* about her.
TAIINfl rr THE QUARREL
These words were repeated lo Kirby,
nnd. though he bad no concern In the ori?
ginal dispute, he took lt on himself to make
UM young lawyer reine!. He wa* not hasty,
but waited until business should take him
ta Huntsville, which occurred last evening.
He hunted for Bruce Richmond, and, fill?
ing to lind him, visited thc office of K lg ir
ltiehmond. Bruce's brother; but whit
passed between the two men is not known,
for there was no third party present, and
the survivor refuse* to Ulk. That they
quarrelled ls evident from the fact thal high
words wert- heard, and Kirby wa* seen to
leave Hie office in an excited millner. Ini.
mediately afterward Kdgir emerged from
the office, and, nbUining a pistol from ?
Irlcnd. started after Kirby, who had de?
clared his Intention of cuttiug Bruce Iii li
Kirby nnd Bruce ltiehmond md a few
minute* later, and the former, knife in
hand, made a in Rion to carry out hi* thro ii.
Just a! that in-t:.nt Edgar Richmond came
around a corner, and, seeing thc dtuation,
pulled hi* revolver and shouted to the
crowd to clear the way. The people fell
Lack, and Ballar Richmond levelled his
weapon and opened tire. At the first
shot Kirby staggered and then stir. I
to run. Richmond fired again, and
Kirby taepotd. lticlnn uni tired a third
shot, the lisll -inking ihe prostrate min in
Hie lirta.-t. The murderer was seized and
hts victim was picked up dead. Great ex?
citement followed the tragedy, as the deni
man was very popular, and plans were Im?
mediately made for a lynching. This wa*
frustrated If the officers taking the mur?
derer to Moberly jail for RMI Isenlnj.
where he now i*.
CHASISO TUE M00M8M1VMM9.
A li. i'. lui', I v i.eririi. ? s In Hanlin* lp
lin. n Mills In th* Mountain*.
A Pittsburgh. P.v.. special of the 17th
say-: Deputy Silverman, of the intern li?
ri venue office in th" Twenty-third district,
returned to Say from a raid on an Illicit
distillery in Cnmbria county. Pa. Bs Rad
several tlirilllnc adventures with tim mn
engaged in the illegal bull-HOBi but BOMpPd
unharmed. Hi* RRBSSSB a Rf I Beast biz ini?
on* one, and BC ha* ben working tare
fully over three month*. Mi. silvermm
vi-ited the locality where an illicit dl-til
lerv was reported to be In operation a Ibm
months BRO, but after rem lining S wc I,
w:is (ompclled to return in tinier to an rt
suspicion. Ile had made several trip* to
( ainbrla county sinec that time, and about
two weeks ago obtained a clew n* to thc
w'hereabout* of the distillery, ind dficr se?
curing a spcial nllowancc from the Gov?
ernment for expense- pro'Wetted to work,
lie had to make lil* liivi-tigili m* eui
ItOUtly, br if discovered thc "moifn
diiner.*" wouid bare made short work of
THE DETIiTIVE's STOUT.
Mr. Silvennan was uni by ymir corre?
spondent thia evi ning. and in speaking of
hi-trip said : "It was the most hazird'iiis
one I ever attempted, and hid my mission
in that region been known, my life would
not have bun Worth a three-cent piece.
Last Saturday 1 discovered the exact loca
Itionof the -till, nnd obtained the service*
of two men and a driver. We wera driven
to thc spot in a light -pring wagon, and
arrived in the evening. (inc still was found
in a hollow near the creek, and the condi?
tion of the BRSM -lioAVed that one had liecn
removed. I started up the creek a short
didiuii'c to where thc men lived. I de?
manded admittance, nnd found an old RMS,
his son, and a grandson about eighteen
years of age. I recognized the old gentle?
man as an ex-|*enitentlary convict, he hav?
ing served a terni for robbery. One of hi*
som, Whom I believe to DC one of thc
?moonshiners.' was recently sentenced to
tlie penitentiary. Tne three men denied
any knowledge of thc missing still, and
after a thorough search of the premises I
failed tn discover it.
I'lNPINt; THE STILL.
"I then threatened tko boy with imme?
diate arrest unles* he led us to the place
When the still was concealed. Thia tright
encd the I id, and he at flflkM IflOffed Bf
where it bau b.-en hidden. We then de?
stroyed nil thc nppnratus, with The excep?
tion nt the two cupper kettles and one or
two other artieh* Reeded in evidence.
Theac wc placed on toe wagon and drove
away. During our Investigation one of the
men was stationed with n double-barrelled
shol-gun ready to check any aggressive
mun nu nt on the uart af thc 'iiiixui
shincis.' AbOUt tiiiiliiiglii WC michel a
conni ry tavern, av In n Bra Stopped for lunch.
Then av in vii r:i!-(!:mgi rou* looking men
irouud who recognized nnd followed (I*.
'1 In v kept behind us forfotir Belles, but tin
-hilling barri I of thc -hid-gun BO doubt
caused them lo forBfO their attack CA 001
1 arty. Wc arrived ? utily, and I bctlCTe vv,
have siiillcieiit i v idi nc io convict sl\ m.-n,
Thc gang consisted sf nine men, but tir.i
A'. i. ntlv sentenced lo thc |?iiit.ntlar>
for another erina."
Judge llinkncr's bill for the rsstfiellll
ot Mirer eotasge la netting general dla.
(iissjon throughout the eouBtry, but i-. w<
;ic glad to imie, rinding but linle (aA..r in
tin tye* "I" representative -oiltlliiil j Hil'
ital*. Wc cannot array OSBBBtfT - mi thi
aide of thc iimiioiiii tilli?ts, and even if, i
the petrea nf tbs inn insist*, it i* ically lu
the interest of liiturc. Mtin-talli-ui. wc Baa
but regan! lt M a dangerous I f |BW 11 ll ni Bl
Ihe pic.aiiil time With the fBOftBOtB
shrinkage tn value* whit ii In.- taken pim
dining thc pa*t lt vv ac ir*, the country ii
Bot in a condition tn -Lind the -ligli'i -I
contrai tum af thc cum ney. The troll
ldc NV it li ut ill the Soul h I* that wc IfffT
not BBOROl currency, and let iii.uiev conn
in the slmpe of tim ?? dollar of mir daddies'
or otherwise, lt will he thankfully rec iv. I
and eau readily be placed wln'rcit wi
do the lnn-t gund." Whit matter* it baa
gnni Of h"vv ?mall fl proportion of the -il
vir coined goes Into actual circulation!
Thc silver certificate*. ndSCmable in -dyer
f'o circulate fi eely and pas* M readily a- t'n
notes of anv td our national bank*, and thi
nmciiiHs to ihe same thing. Colonel Whit.
beni gt i-to tba very germ, of the mattel
winn hs suv*: "Now we Avail*, to -ce ;i
good leasoafor -tupping toa eotaageea
circulation of doll ir* thal evi-rybodv OBBh
to bOf lOW and thiil every lindy nteds."
Mad* Hamp/on'a 4'row story .
I Watblna-tnii rorrespeudrnrr of Hie An* u-u ((ia.
General Hampton tells me Hid while ot
Iii* Mississippi plantation he saw a tenn
crow that could laugh and talk. The bin
would say "Hello!" " How are you!'" am
several other things of like import. It wa
ihe mos! wonderful raven since the days o
Barnaby Rudge and Edgar Poe. Ont
morning a vast number of crows assembler
In a tree on the plantation and prepared fo
a pow-wow. The tame bird flew arnon,
them, nnd, rearing up, saluted thc eoBSJIO
gatlon with a brisk "Hello! How ar.
von," Hit astonished brethren lOattaatR
In alarm as if they had been fired upoi
from a mountain howitzer. This marvel
lous fowl of the air was to hare been scntL
the New Orleans Exposition, but Its sud
den dlsapiiearanec prevented. Genera
Hampton surmises that some negro sbo
him ly iniaUke.
1 breach an Open Draw.
A Wilmington (N. C.) special ?f W.d
in - dav tay*: The train leaving here at i
P. M. Numil south met with an accident a
Mears's Bluff, six mile* louth of Wilming
ton. The engine and one biggage-cu
went through the draw Into Cane Fca:
river. Engiueer McCullough, bis tlremau
and wood-iMtier Jumped Into the river
but were reacued hy passengers. Tbe bag
gagt -car tbtt followed the engine contaliiei
th lough baggage for New Orleans am
Jtcktonvllle. The draw wan op*n to allon
river boata to come through. No one wa
burt. A wrecking train 1* at the scene n
tbe disaster. Train* will probably not b
able to leava until morning.
TU* Maarl Kine
The Auckland (New Zealand) Dall
Herald itates that HU Majesty TawbUo
King ol tbe Maori*, before bl* derstrtiir
lor Ensland, was Introduced to the blest
lng* ot 8t. Ja'o!)t uti, which cured bl
A? AV A-A/.TB. J-,
VJ JLiV/Jt-I A.TAV AV*
Ttte R*frm Tnt* ia Tlrfrtntn.
7o Me EdUor of the New York Times:
I do not believe that were aa ansel to as?
sert tbM the recent election In our 9'ate
wa* s Mr and honest one, at which cv rr
negro wbo detlred to vote did to at Ire'ly
ns his white neighbor, that the Republi -tn
newspaper* of the North would do us ih ?
Justice to publish lt or believe theatterti m
Therefore thi* tUtemenL which as c m
pletely prove! the truth of the above a*? r
tion m it lt postihle for human tettlnnnv
to do, ii not made with my boric tu:
thote northern Journals which hive
published these dandemu* aseSitatt
of our tcctlon will give lt any n k
lice. It bas been claim, d by o-ir
ciica.ii * tbat tbe iifgroe* were not permit?
ted to vote. The ftlsity of I hi* I* thown
by the mcrT datement that th" vote In mir
State wa* 284.901 out of a possible vote of
8bM*M the white* numbering 20IJ.2P.. rn t
the black* 12S.1M. Blaine received IIJJSJ
voles, being 11,200 more than the while
black vote, nnd cleveland received 111,HT.
which I* (10,755 les* than the white v it*.
Where did nil these votes for Blaine our*
from if the negroes did not cist them?
And when we extmlne thc vote bvdlstric*
we see that In the negro counties thevotlng
Wt* almost up to Hie census stand ird.
while in the white counties the vote vv i*
largely lu low lt.
In tbe Second district Hie number of
hlnck voters I* 18*877. Thc vote for Lib?
bey (Republican) wa* Hi. 082; th*1 white
voters numlier 18,6!)5. and Marshall (Dem
ocrat) received 1.1.C.V-.
In the Fourth district the white fohtl*
number 13.8..0; Cleveland received 1M88,
l-ring .1.402 less than the white vote*; the
negro vote is 10.SA5, and Blaine n-eived
17,381, only 2,474 less than the whole negro
The Ninth diatrict la more largdv whit"
than any other, the whites numbering
l7J88aao the blacks 8*448. tn thi* di*
tricl cleveland received L1.M72 mid Blaine
TBS population of (he Second district i*
l.il.ir?9. nnd Die total vote wa* UtiN; til
N'nth district hu a iiopuliiti.inof LYMi.').
nnd the whole vote was 211.21X1.
Certainly lt dof* not require more than a
stntement of (bese fact* to convince all hon?
est nnd fair-minded people that tho stile*
iiunt that the nezroes were prevented from
voting nt our recent election is a base
slander upon our State sad people,
Secretary nf State Di?RBeCIBtlS Committee.
HVirrenfoM. la., Monday, December S,
Uti. ?_ _ _
lioi-s.iiir.rs Arid Phosphate,
STaRUfKI VIRT1ES is pyspkphia.
Dr. A. Jenkins, Gre-at Fall* B. H., sayi:
" I can teatify to Its seemingly almost
spicitic virtues in eases of dyspciisii, ner
VOSBUCbS, and morbid vigilance or wnkef ul
If your doctor prescribe* champagne for
bad digestion or other complaints, drink
the "Due de Montebello"; tuen i* none
better. Mi--r.. ff. D. Blair & c.... lioo
?asl Mani -Ireet, arc Bm >SRI agent*.
ECKER.?IHed.at bis ri *i lenee. No. I'll 1 ci
Main sireti.at Bril o'e'o.k P. fe. ls.t.ter 18.
is*4, PETKK i:rKKK; aired forty-two ra*.*,
Titnenf futieral will lie antienneed In Hie Stn'e
KIlAPT.-Dled. s.idder.lv, at 11:41 P. M. De
cenil.fr 17. I "84. at the r*-ideneeof lier tiusbmd.
Mr. 1'hrlsl..idic Krait. SH. lot south li.-alli
*lri ot. Mit ELIZA HKTII KU Air.
Ibr raaeral will take pla.-.- Tli-M<.ItitiiW (Sat
nidiivi AiiH.'MNi, at S o'clock from st. VI , .
(i.rrman) ( ttl,"Ile rliureh. Eaictid* and aeqaalat
aiiet-a are Ins In ,I to alu nd. *
MEREDITH.-Ille'l. Ileccnibcr is. LSSiaMI
O'Clock P. AL. ORLAN SEABROOK, Vo.ni/,-t
cl,lld of Marbn and Kat. Mt .11 tb; ac.) I foin
yt.ira and len month*.
Hntlal nt-rvlcc* al parent*' reddener. Bo. (520
Twrnty-aexcnth street, al RMO r. fe TO-IlAY. *
WAUK.-llb d, BB BSaSSV. H'ci'inhcr 7th, at
u o'cimii aeoa, after a protract*! Ula***, nMeli
b ? bore with patience and foi Miana thMtett*
i-tii * po*aaa*ed by true CattsUaai only?
CHARLES LEW ELLYN, eldesl son of H ttl V.
mid (,. ? rgni A. Ware; sired twenty-rotir years.
Tbe Interment look place in the old fimlly bury
lnii-a-it'iii'l st Mount iil'liHi, Iii caroline coun?
KKK OO T TAL
b ro or r ui
BBB U O TT ASL
I KO O T AAA L
B B OO TA ALLIX
BBB A K Bil KM !? (KM)
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BBB A A KR Il X N Nd
B B AAA ? K UN 111(11 OO
BBB A AR R II N HR <MH1
r1 OO* t WDDD KEB KI
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Rfcanoju) oaaMerooT, HOaARS*, ,
ANCIENr Al f KI-IKtlSC.TTISlI Kite M.lvivi . ?
Vai.i.iia or iii' nviiisii. December 19,1894. J
A STATED RENDEZVOUS OF
Tills CORS1MTOB1 will nt held
Ibe Coii-t-torl .1 ii,am'er, ni st. Alban,'
Hall, lllls (Imlay) KVENTNlj al
liv ord. r of WILLIAM T. Al.I.KN. li '.
Commander in Chief
J sn. v.. Lai (iii ton, dr., SS0, llrand Secretary.
M tin LL LODGE, No, to, K.
OT p.: Attend i staled BMttl I ol /?
fiiir Usart nn- iriin kvi s:vi, f. ?-J'
at 7', i.viork.al jour castle (Concor Ila) p|____
.. ? bu k. .it v-tir ll
prrpar ti io pay lour
All Kuluin, in .
VAI.I lalo |.
din ?? anti a-i-omcnl
lu/ Inilernaliv Invited t
I y ..tiler ol' Um C.
I (RR W. ci.KNV.
K.of H. amis.
ll Al. 1. ol ll lt IIM.iM, I oliiii:,!
liMtill :* o! II"-...':. BO. J I a.
lin anona. Pa., ls rs mba* IS, 1 **i, \
DBOTHEBA,- ATTEND a BBOULAR
I) mn in,*- ol your I.nd,,! i i-M.iiu (Friday),
li. et tii'-tr 19. is-(.al 7:111 o'clock, a- bit.lu. s, ot
i nt |.. i tat ii ?-,- aad el. eib.n ofofleera wm como be
fon tl" Lor*T*. In.- . a "I a... 'neills ar ? dil'
; ".-ifle al tl ll fit cnn.", li. |.? i
Indfi* an lovlted i" snead liv ..rdei of th.
l.'.'Li. .MILLARD C. Ip'ilIhl.'IsilN.
i (.OLDEN CUAIN.-A MEETING 0
ll VIKi.lSIA LODGE. S". il, will fe I,.:.I
I I'l- iKil'l.v, KVKNINii. Killi lu-l ..,-.
0*11... u. li.-t illation of i'lti''. - .
Bl order ot Ute i omma idei.
_,_-_lP-lt ll. W. BQWLK*. Secretary.
rpfll WM AL MEETING <>K Uti:
I sun Mini.inirs or the plas; r*
N AT li i\ Al. BANI OP incl I AP INP -ill bf h. bl
? "f the hank onTL'KSDAT, HUT Jauaary.
IhSS.al lg ..-clo-k M.
ai ann > iii ai:!.k*. Cashier.
Hil 1IVI..M.. Ilea a bul I.l. I--1 de ll
r|MIh ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I s|,,t KllnI.IiKKS UK TIIK MP.RCHANT*
NATIONAL BANK ofHi l.nion.l will br lc'I il
tbelr bankin* ctllei-on Tl'Esl)AY tin- lilli day
ni Janutt>. l-s.-,.i.t ISo'ek-rf M.
.1. P, Ll..NN. i a-lili.'.
Rf! hah.m..If am!.! IS, |--l.
A ii i.i .; v Homt |\-t ii v,. i i mil-any,/
HllJJMlMt. I/A. I" c. "llb'T 7. is-1. i
ACABIED MEETING OF TIIK
STOCKlliil.lHits OP Tills coMPAVT
? ii ii. i. bi ai Hi* ..ni.t ii.rapaaT. lu thia
ruy,on TUESDAY, lB*aembei SS, Is-t.at lu A.
Hy oi I. r of Hie Hoard of lb.-. -
tic 7-i.i ii. C. vv iiKi:i:v. Sacrrtarr.
> itu ia v, s atp un av. ANii s\ ri :.n\v
VI V I INK!.
lim t ii um l'.irn am. g.nu.
TIlK.l.KKATSKN'sATI'lN OP TH P. li AV.
Ibe vtoiiilorliil ?iH-cUiiilar diam i .nt ltl-.-.l
th t W ni: i. ii
(Lillie's vc-si.,1..! tu -Ix SM* ami elirht I i', I. - ni*.
willi II, marali Iceni sreuerv an-l elTcea.
TIIKi.KKaT UAIi s( k.NK,
roserlna" liiH'O frei of eaava*. .ml neeapylol
Un euilre-tiiiic from wall ta wall with lt- surifiiut
wavi -and terrible realism.
Tb. Slaking -hip, ihe Lunatic l,vinni, tbe Iti
VOlTln* Wall. Majrntth-ciit Moonbtill I'anorain.i,
ctlicludi.i* althlhr beaatirul etr.-t. lill. Apl iN
I I't'N lill LAKE.
The p..pul tr actor Mk. .1. Z LITTLE. *tiptitirtetl
bs aritin|aiiiy of ark'.inwiedireil ablittv.
Lea, rici-.ala, fl. Admission. 7.i<'.; tire., dr
rle, ftpc; irallerl**. gs.-, linx-bet loia-u lill Ks
DAY All illMNfi at 9 oibek.
dcl7-:it? UtQROK (I. MORRIS. Mantrer.
\ ApiNIlAY ANIi Tl KsllAY,
Hm tmi'u SSS ano gan,
runniest play un earth: Tb.: mw mu lia. v r l-.i
I'll KM BAD Ul IV AM) Hts PA.
Pliyed milt by Al kl I. vi.'- Comedy ' om pun.
i ll AKLKs AlMNXiN. Wamuter.wl li
TDK WELL-KNOWN HROCFRY!
NEW AMI sI'.AHKI.lNi; UT9IC :
THE (iKKAT I.OA I si 'tCNFt
COMEDIANS Wild ACT ANO sIN.,
Yoe WU! amil*. Iltur, laugh, -errant, Tefl.
Adm salon 76c: marveii-fl : draw curie. rVOe.
Milt ri.-- S6c. Box-sheet open* SATIKIIAY
MQHM.NO al 0 o'cloet-_de IS-Ht*
MOZART IIALL.-DIME MU8ECM.
An.llier (,l*BBltL ?>...*- IVa-l III Ibr AV .ll.
for Un V'-nov - (' timbil.-.! lo Pleaae the I. vin -
KiidJttvenllt-t? M'eek of n*. .-miK-r 15. 18s*.
Acim: Minstrel Tmope, fii-l-iin; nf the 1 aSaWIBI
artist*: Thomas Holt*. Churlrt I hurcb. chi. ll
lynrh. Prai k Vanrr. Ed. Klee, Ja*. Rmmertnn
Ja- ll. Crahaiii. Iboma* Ward. Thomaa lb rf,
inan.d. rr." Le.-b-T,T*lr W'Trt, Ered. (...til.ii.
In connection willi Um *r*at Min-m-l Simw wt
have WAHI) aad LYNCH, known aa tn,, tn
witt v aud coiiiieal sotifaUrs in tb* prnfesaliiii?al
way* tomelbliw new. America'* |r*ita.i tin,
Lesred snot and Dan-* Artist. T. J. IIKKRKN
Inlruduelur hl?on*-L*?se?1 lrl*h Keel .i.-lii-tt.n
w.ih bl* witadrrf*! blfh klcllng. Ku,my Knd
Men. P*any S-iui,, and Puiiuv Ac...
Aaranwvtn loaf.ttuly l'r. Htv.rrrl aevt*,:tio
lo an bad at C. P. J?ha*loaS mitMo-atore, tia. s 11
Malu ors**. Door* .toeo ai l::iti P. M. and ar 7
romaine*, .it ario P. fe and ai b l\ M. de. ld &
AalAO AVo **-*w-,
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MOO Ot) OO DDD gSO.
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OOO OO OO DDD "IS"
Our stock of CLOAKS I* complete In erery de
tail. All the ?tyl.? lhat now nrerall ar* rhown by
na In oar handsome cloak-pirlors-N'KWMAR
KKTS. RVSRIAM ( UH TLARS, IHILMAN-.
P Vl.KToTTKs. IIAYKI.OCKS, Ac. Ac
W* eonld auirirest that a n.ce present tor srlilbl
w.ttld he oni'.r our prtitT PH'Ml AND ASTRA'
( HAN-TRIMMED HAVKI.OCKS at from*! lo
Remember thal our stork or CLOAKS wUJIjRtc
Id lie sold before christina-. Go they must.
PUSHES SILKS. VELVETS.
In thin department we still keep our reputation
of rlTlnf Uic brat food* for the least money:
PLUSH In all roloi*.-1 J.', ;
Bl ililli I. VELVETEEN'in ail eolors, 80*1
sIl.K VELVETS, all *||HI.|1ASI
(.RAY AsTHACHAN. IROWB-RaLACI \S
THACHAN. -nllable Rm ttinimlnr.S2.IB;
A foll llnenf CMMKIMf*. sVCKIM.s, sliT
INLS, Ac, Ac.
A Itl.ANKK.T r.rtl Worth tl.MV; a HLVN
KK.T for tl.50 wotth f'J; a ULAM. ET for tv!
w.ttli flSsSO) a IlLANKKT for MAO w.trth fi I
? ST HLANKET fer SAM j I N HLANKK.T for
**? BLANKET!*) ah" ?l/.c*. all i|tiailtit*. all pnei-.s.
Ol NILI MIN'S Hi.'MSlllNL (itlillis.
Wi lava len' Hi-bed this department for the
I,.'? .vs. ainl itu prt |Mirt d to sbovr aa fall a line
Bf Kt HNl-IIIM. (.(ion* a- BBS diy-*o"l* or
faialaSlafl awe* ho*** la Hil* eli* :
lilNTLKMKN'S ALL SILK and SATIN-PI KK
I li si ams, 26c:
iniAs- AMNH-'il: *( till'*, 'j:.* ;
(.rNTI.KMr N's WINDSOR si ARKs, o.Tc?
come of thee se .rf- are worth fl;
LEVI! I MEN- lil Ht TIBS!
GENTLEMEN'S IHiiK COLLARS, all linen,
i.l NTI.EMK.V- ALL-LIMBS Tl HN-IKiVV N
( (H.I aH-.tbrit- Tor BSc.;
i.KN TI.KMKN-s WHITS HEMSTITCHED
HANDIvElK HIKES. Hire* for.>0e.;
ALL-I.INKN IIANDKKIK HIKES, In. I" ||
snd 2 .'ir ;
li Al MM I roLORED-BORDERED HEM?
STITCHED IIANDKEItl HIKES. :i.,c. worlh
SILK ANII I ill T.iN SUPPLER* ;
i t M LEME.VS MliINi. i.l.dVi*. fur lop-;
I IR ESS (.LOVES. . I." I ll (ILOVES ;
GENTLEMEN'S ll Wi l.RY :
BEAUTIFUL KIIINE-sloNE SOLITAIRE
St ART-PIN* :
act.Ill (..H.n PIN'S. ?i :
( i ki hit niN-.i "ii. ii:-mrT<iNs,,tf?4c
I.AIDES- Kl-RNislllNC t;.Kills.
.MILL HANDKERCHIEFS, colored border-.
i j.c worth 3fle. i
RMBROIDEBED HANDKERCHIEFS, hean.
slltrhed. I lave.;
LINEN COLLARS, -tamil ic and turn-down :
MIINE-TONE .1 IVA Hill in all dlslflWi
in .-I i RI,all price*:
LA DI EIC CASHMERE GLOVES, bink and
color*, at 2ue.?a im ii barcaln .
( oLI.tRETT E-. I. vi i i m.I. vi:^ :
LACE HANi?Kii(i lIIKKS,.Y.f.
SILK HANHKHK HIKEs.
.inst received, per anawa*, ISO leans "-nix
HANDKERCHIEF'S at url"* MsMI al' ' <"?.
Thee fond* were hiiu*iit cl..ap, au.I alu lie-.1.1
Cl rap. Hie price* are Me., SOC. . I'..'.. 4n< ..ol'.'..
c.f. -., 7.'.... aad '."c.. SI. fl.25, fl.50, *'J. mid
?2.60. Tnt** goof*art ali .-in*.
Li un ml er tlie timi?between now awl (brui
ma*. Th* place, sYl LE BROTHER--.
.1" ii-sii,WAF5i 311 Braal
/-til Ids I'M AS FI HES.- CBOWN-HILL
\ ' SPUN T. bi-l mini' I: lilli: KAN.AWHA
ann li. COAL! an I ll kai TIE COAL, rahed
'..r faraace. Latrobe, and h*?e knrnlBf stoves:
?AW KU. KINDLING aud LONG WOOD;
vest VIRGINIAM KIM COAL! BEST < <>VI.
( bwest price*. S. P. LATIIROi* A Co.,
St i" teran lea a th -licet.st Drawbridge.
"rjMIF.Ki; IS A TIME FOR ALL
I THINGS." and now ls tb* Hui" t" rota
WEST JOHNSTON A Cai sud boy your
CHRISTMAS ami NEW-YEAR'S PRESENTS.
T lu v b.xve it ne* mi complete assortment of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, uni all sorUof EVNi v
bi'iill*. Among 'ii'"I ar. Hue Illustrated Lilt
Hooks far old mill va un/, t bibir.n's Roofs "f every
description. Plash and It'i-n Qoods, Glove- si I
Hainlkcr.ini Minxes. Totlet-SeU. Ladles' Ban.
Bron si Library-Sat*, (a.ar-i ? sss, Album*. Eu
trraAiu.". uaportad Panel Pletore*. Ac. uri r
cn mall promptlv attended l.t._de 14
\ FKE-H 8UPPLT OF NITS, MU
.A RAISINS, CITRON, CUBBANT8, GELA?
TINE. MINI E-MEAT. CRANBERRIES, ELOH
IIIA dUANLKs. iui'l, -a, ivtblns- flo. al for < lulsf
iii ... an be f. timi at
te l_ Ab i AK I HY A IIAYNKs s.
HOLIDAY OOOHS.?Don't buy Ot
your Christmas present until yoii-eerjL
nar lam itoekor Paney ArUele*, Cbair*,l_H
lli-rli*. Hiiiurliiu and Standing Cabin.i-. Ka-'I I
-i I-. Mlrr. r-i.iioriiiiiif Statue*, Tabita, Pedestal*.
and many .th. r artb !** lu canneeUon with one of
tbe luriri st amt hi-t-M leered st.uk of Parlor sud
( billilla r Suit, to le Menin ll.Ht. You ch
ssa* ninney by examining our -tock and com?
paring-price*. E-GATHRIGHT A BON.
? I, 7-lEilM 1.! and 111 1...vernor street.
lr HAVANA CIOAB8.
?Iu-t riciv In/ a BUB* lard.I"
of mir own Importation, of verv -.iiwrl.'r qtixlity.
? I. 17- Ivs ... < l: IA/ a t ?
1 NM HAME ? O.MPANIES.
y IliidMA BIBI ABD MARINE
INsfUKs tOAlRCT POtl AM? I.HiHIMNL
HAi.K n:\THiv in fl i . e--h i.
SSS* ls. S5J6.780
Till* III.Il VIKI.IMA IN-'UTI Tl.lN "
st ti ip BBctrsni p. TBOsa Dsstatxa in*i
BAXca Tin: CoMiASA I-' i* a Vti'.y OOO*
ii -uni, poi n \, l i:ii ni Pkt tv Its
-lilli TIONS AMi Liesa Al IA All. ll* I'U'JVI
AV . I.. ( .,A'. vt:ion. Pre.'dent.
E. O. Not.TIM.. K. II. AlHil-OV,
i,I". AV . Alli a. i nfl i* Pori*,
\A -. ll' WIN, ll. ll. I1AA I-.
WALH.M' CAP I HY, Scri'iury.
( ii a-. K. win feloHettor. rn 18
ILI.IAM II. 8UTHEBLAND*
. ? A suns, El RNISHING CNDEB-*
TAX Kits, lui ween seventh and Elirhth, 724 ka*t
Vhs itbbbTi lav a lara-, i?n ri natal ol
SHROUDS, WOOD and METALLK CASKETS,
CVsKS. and CLOTH ( V-bl' I'-, at low prto**.
Couiitri ami UllaVipS ord. a. promptly attrill rd
to day or nlf ht._oe 23-Iw**o* _?
I \V. i'.ll.Lil's ,\ s,,v. _*SS|J___
lt. 11-rn ism ni. i MDERTAKERB,**SantVaan
1608 hast Main ITBBBT (under st. ChsriM
?CRIAL-CAHES, SHROUDS, and PUNIRAL
CONVEYANCKH lurnl-i ed .'. ab h.mr*.
Tt-lifraiih tirdrra attend, d imlay ,<r nitfhl.
? K lo-i'.i
MME, CBBfEBrr, ??e.
0 OtTfl BABBELS FltK-ll BUFF
ai,XlH? man rosendale CKMENT.now
landing- per -cl.....tr E'.iiikllii:
1.000 banal PRESII KO( Ul VNll LIME, tr.'in
thc rekhratad -Cobb Llrne-Klla*.' dally
'Al* 'led per -ii. a ? ii t L.T. wRiIbkb*
Por Mle 1"? ir a i dock hr
KGBERT W I NIH SBL'ROt
N.... sos vliin.tiid
1 ;? 7 .and I4"ii ( arv street.
11-ii, i tu Sash Blinds, liowr*.,
te 14-aw ii, i all ..iii. i Bnllolng ai i ,
1 IMBI LIBBI LlJfBl-^SOO barrel*
1j ELEsll Ld. Kl ANII LIME |a r -. It-amci
LetirirTe Berry tu dook sad now dlselmrirUiir, fm
-ale low fr, tu v.I. I r ? b -lock IMPiiKrill
AND AMERICAN CEMENT* b-t t.. ban:. ( AL
C1NED PLASTER, LAT Hs, EIKE-BH1CK ami
i I. Vi WARRE! MOORE.
PaotStrtaletaul 'treet. wsuh snit; lin.-k.
-lin ic Hark. Lump and (.round iTaater.
ONEY TO LEND UPON HF.AI
Estate or ? till at kr al security.
( ITV AND lOl NTI'.Y REAL ESTATE Eld
SALK OR EXi 'HAM, E.
DEEDS WRITTEN AND ACKNOWLEDG?
HOlsES SOLII, Bl 11.1, AND KKr*All:EI
UPON MONTHLY INSTALMENTS.
Apply fur Pi rf (n M Land Guide.
QEORliE li PRAWEORD,
R*al Estate Axeat, Au. tb. ?. *r. snd Broker.
oe 'j.-*, dim loo.-, Bank tirrel.
<<l?MIM*.IO.<?: MEHI ll ANTN.
TIREEN k BATEMAN,
m. inlier. New Y?r% Colima and ttovk Excbimj.
KITHS, HTOCKM. GRAIN. AND IOUKH.
MIHI- BulldiPf, :I5 Wall street. Now York.
BATEMAN A CO.. Wssliiurton, U (
( nireapoatenee anileltrsl. Pitrala wire*.
( arruapoatenii: ciuti IL (ireen A Co.. Ne
(?rliatis and (.aWealoo; CTiarba* Green'* So* .
Cu, SavaBnaa, Ga. av So-cod^u
m o??o w
KKK Q TJf
Still O O I ,
RN OOO t J
GOO OO OO DDD s*Xfl_
O OQ QO OD Q* "
O 5 QO OD D
ti imo 00 od D
GOG OO OO DOO
TTTT OO Y T
T O Q Y V
O ' YY
TOYS POR GIRLS AND BOYS.
PRESENTS SIITABIE FOR ALL CLASSES
ALL STAGES OF L1EE.
We have Just reel**tl our second Inrolra'af
TOYS AND FANCY LOODS.
Two we, ksiuro we | urella*.',1 of a bankrupt toy
Arm 110.000 worth of TOY*. Ac, whlrlt wexe
lamirht at snell low rate* that we hare told Hie bet?
ter part of them already; therefore we were cami
pt lied to make rids tecond pnrchs.se, which 1, as'
great as ihe drat one, but they will alt hav* lo he
sold before Chrl*tma?, and we hare marked llvem
at prices Unit will make Hum to.
AN INVENTORY OF~A PORTION OK lAaffTA
CLACS'S STOl K:
MECHANICAL ToV-.lilA*. TRI MPEI'S.
RATTLES. HARMON ll i*. flTOR Y-HM)Ks.
PAINT-BOXES. AI HI Ms.
PI Ni-H-AND-JI DY lAWKSi
IKINKEY HANK-, (iii AT lliNK*.
URI.AN HANKs, VII -IC Al. roi's.
Min sta( HE-CUPI ARD RAI CIR*,
EH! TT-PLA Tis, TASIA Cl.; Alt STANDS,
(il.AIM Asl*, AAltlTIN. RI -I.*.
WORK-BOXES. TOWKI. RACKS.
Wliisp BROOM-HOI liEl.'s.
IIANi'-AllintdRs, lin IaET-MIHRoRs,
m.-iii'L eih res. statue nie,
-I i: Ap-lldt.ks. PL ANT Al ION I'ANI Ells.
FAN! Y ll AMlKERl ll I EK-H'IXE*,
(.LOVE-BOXES, Ac, Ac.
liol.LS, n.il.I.s. DOLLS.
Li-t wia'k we -poa,, to aaa atwM adopting ?
Baby I Doll', and the BSSBSS "f Ricliiuoml hare In?
di ti .1.-pl ia ed their nl.llatilhropby. All Hie Utile
w Hf- tbat BC had ai hind then Ilia , been adopt?
ed. Till* week we have received B lu-*' .-ttiiply ol'
Doi.L-HAUv in ph an- tint aaa MaSaeStfai
a ii..initial figure by all liinillablyiicilncd fag.
MALE liol.I.S. EEMAI.K DOLLS,
BLONDE AM) HHINET I K lsd.I.s.
TALL I ku. l>. SHORT DnLl.s,
si KEPINL DOI.I.s. ( RV INf. IMMaLBt
lehman Ucl I.*, PBBRI ll DULLS,
SPANISH lull.L*. PERI'VLAN frTTtlR
ll met. tb.'I-of altnatl"iiallile,;
NE n-1 NC III tl.l.s. and list. BM il"l leist.
ULAI K NI KSE-MAlll l.dl.I.S.
liPEs-lM.( Vsi -, fl; I'll -ll HREsslNL
i Asl s. RRAfll PI.(Ml l)REss|\(,.( AsE.
BATI; PLUSH nin>si\L-c\sKs. *i,
MAO. *4. *4.50. ??">. tad upward,.
Iii s|| ,|| WI L-l asks, all HMM)
Iii -ll TOILET-CAM'-, I'll -ll MIRRORS.
PLUSH WHIM' llRddM-lldLDKRSaud W'ALL
li.I SH TOWEL KICKS, hand-palntcd. .tc
Th* BboVf I* "lily a portion of th. Immense
stork ol HOLIDAY GOODH lbatw*baT*ou hand
Wi re wa io cumin rate all tba gimd* inti nt keap.
tl e time that we would take lo wrl.i lt, the printer
t" print lt. the H "tier lo rend I', i tirl-tm** suitM
bate ''"lin1 ami g"ii" W" "i ly Mk voil to ia,tu.
?nd look at oar sood*. knowing il.at the tempt*
Hon* will If so gnat thal i"ii tint help I..it tun -
eba**, STCI i' BROTHERS.
311 Broad street. Kichiiioifi. Va.
I*. S -We keep mir tnvs un the first floor. No
-ii j s lo mount. ile 14-su.Al'AF3t
III >l Af lt VMS .1 MATtPl.r-ltOOTf *i.
ipHB ONLY PLACB IB TOWN
HAsSS ALE. LliNNEss"* STOUT, CULM
BACH A KAISER BEER
KEPT CONSTANTLY OH DRAUOHT
1001 Maid steans,traaaa shaikh's
Mr. EtrKRa h:isiu*t lind built the BMsSMMIM
refrigerator In IB* Soiilb. Thu piinlic generally
limn .) to Inapt ct lt.
The BARI- supplied with CHOICE LIQUORS
and the RILLI ARD s Ali u iN willi Hie H\l*l
i allis. . ii ipi Es n iCEit.
?I* Il-lm_1003 Main ttraet.
SALOON, RESTAURANT, AND II1L
I. AHIl Room.
No. 190S Mais stukkt.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS of Um Inesl
tlualHT kept coii.txnllv "ti bau.I. REST AI.K.AN I
.and li ni ii-i iii'Nii-ii tnpplled wail- Um Mst
Ihe market aSbrds. whi'ii li itrved la arst-eiaa*
-tvic nie ii -t-'ippuintfd and rqnlppad H1L
I.IAD-RO'lM III HlecitA. I.ticslloll central. Po?
lite iiiul attentive attendants. te '.'-'(rn
_ 1 li UH ii: KilKKT's
\M I.AIiER BEER
E. L. GOODMAN'S,
cornel' s, tenth i id M tr-lcill si r.*a-.
?. him i itu s. ate.
NOTBJCB QBBAT reduction: IN
.8HMU U OGG A RRR H8S_ i
li U HO G AA R R2^
B88o V VO AA KKK B8B_
? Jr I ii (,L AAA R R? 2~
?SS8 UU OGG A AK KB8SH.
LH.IIT YELLOW. 5c;
WHITE Sdi AK, fie;
BEST WHITE, lsja.1
CLT-LOAE ami POWDERED, 8c;
1 IA* AMI CdKEEES
LOWER THAN ANV HOUR! INTIIECllTl
In order lo make every coii-iimer ol TEAS and
COFFEE lu Un- cUV a customer. 1 am glvluf
EXTRAORDINARY (Mit i K.MENTS
in tin- way of
IMl'dltl Ell ( II1NA,
MA'IOLIi AV. vin,
( Lot K-.
LOTELT lien in: cums
L1VI | tn ALL I I iMOMKIt*.
C. ll. KENNY,
N iRTiivAi-t ' oaaaa booab ami -ia r .
I 7" ? t I t- I VI VIN STU** f,
KIC-LItillT SOAP IS TIIK
RS rubbing ret mired. Will BM Injuri the fabric
Orders ami lii'ititries will hare prom pt MMMMflk
RUM 1KIC SOAP MANI EAi TIHINL l Ok,
JOHN H. LREMIAM.
?p'.i 7-eod Iv Ri'itiiioiid. Va.. Agent.
OrrtCBClTV I'Ol.1.Bf TOR.?
rh iiMo.Mi, BevaMSnrSS. las*, i
lin-. t!i. e ?:'! la- "ian dally between the boors
of 0 o'clock A. M. *nd S o'clock P. M. rrom Hie
15th TO THE 31st DAY OF DECEMBER.
turluiilrc, for Hie purpose of receiving- rrom alt
TAMs IHE TO THE CITY Off RICHMOND.
Any person who -ball fall to p,, m),\ UXr,
within (lie tim:' so limited will k-t- c.m.ldered de
l!i.|iiii.t, iud Will bu tiurgi.l
A PFNALTY OP 3 PER CENT.
and n.t. re?t al (be nu-nf 0 per oenu per anui.ni.
A. B. WOOD*tIN.
CI ACT I ON.-COS SUM KB* ?>F
J -'DILLS BKaiT" TOKAOCO will plt-*<e no?
lie*, cai t'lully lb* yellow lag .,* twins, aud son Ititi
it ha* ibe wording, lu 'ilaok (rilera, ?? DUPa H.,t'
Oilier tiiiavrria, sm hetti* plas-ed on the rnirkvt
willi a t*a .Im Har In roltartBt to the ?' Dill*, lld '
'af. ami may mislead etintauters nf ihi* * i.brned
SraBd of tobacco. Tu be geuuIlK-. Ihe little yellow
big mutt baie .nit- Dili'* Ht***." lu buying 4*
nol ,i*k fur tho HUI* Ttlluw lag, a* Humeri*, bat
'?Dill's Rest.'and tee 'bat yo* set what Vtvas't
fer. uo 4'Sat
-j'HE NEW TOBE TIMER
AN HONEST AND FEARLESS NEWSPAPER
TOE ABLEMT, THE ( HEAPEST, THE HE,p.
ACCUBATE tot ITS NEWS, wTF.ADFVST K ?K
THE RIGHT. I N'sPARTNL IN THE
EXPOSURE OF WRON.,.
TO MAIL Sm-I IMBERS. FOSTPAID.
PAILY.cxeluslv* sf" Sunday, pt r fear ?d ny
DAILY.Ineladlnf Sanilay.tM-r yiar.
6CNDAY ONLY, perjrar l ,
DAILY, I inonlh, w.*th or ?i!li?ut sand ty
THE SEMI-WEEKLY TI1.T.S.
.?Ingle copict, one ye**'.?-' '. '
THE WEEKLY TIMIs.
Ungle Copi**, one ye*r. .fl hi
Titn*. i tsii is slWAJR I .aMBMttfl I**,.
MMCBMSf Po.t-Otrlee Maaey Or.b-ia. We tia.
no ira,riling agent*, sampl.- opie* ..r.i tr . .
THE NEW YOim TIME*,
Nbw TOSS '"I n.
AVKl? HEH LIFE.
lilli..!:. tfelNfOSa '" sri.L I.
Dr. /. Br***W<l: Oom sir,-I bare taken ????
? i tl liOltl.ssof your Eemab Rafi latM f | ? '
aftlxfi't-nyasn'aiaii'llug. indi lil Al,it list irv a
I am fl HID BSTHirt.Y. for which pl.-at* a. a col
my heartfelt thanks ai I i ffaf o:.l st .(.'a I
I know vour MStSenM Meal inv III,. *"A tttM I
raiinot .peak tun hlglllT In lt* (nor. I har*
n-.-oii!tt:cii.lt.| li f"-i veral .d my friends who ?n
suffering a- I wax
y .ur* *?ry rwanctfaUr,
Mil*. ll. E.sri IIIIINB.
TESTED A QC ARTER OK A CENTt'ltY IT
-I VNH- I NRIVAI.I.ED.
pr. J. Brrolirol, AtUiuti. (, i. DM I
fake pliiiaiire In atalltig thal 1 btVt I wt I
laat twenty years, lb* MSaSaSM FM iee I .* Rat*
dug np. known aa Dr. Hradrbbr. E. mal. i;. :.i
lalor, ami consider lt tin- bet combltixtlfii c?*r
goUrn titgelh*r Tor Uie Canaan- Sat nfelafl I i
rei litiiinetuli'U Willi U. i ul. -t ii.'til. I sin, re
W. li. EEHREI I., kt H.
ATMS!*, L I.
Pr. J. /Iri,'<?'?/ DBM s|r.-*.i"i-' tiftivn rears
sm. 1 examined tin- rc-lpc < f I'ai I. Hegukxlor
anil cai, l'ully -Hull, d iiiilh"iiil.- i.girl M ll.
c.uni* neut.-, timi tl.en ia- well ls newt BBSnBBne*
lt to la' the rn. .-t -let.nu.' ,?,| sklllinl f.tiiMiii
Bbb f SM r..,n\ raawab nanaStal r**M*M*
agent- known to -.lenee, lo act dlrccil)" un Hie
aile, led organ- mil p.ut- -Mupai'iUlng dirrvtlT
with Ullin; and. Ile nt'..rc. providing a BFaCtffC
1! I si, - v for all ftMBBM RA wlifli I'. -:?.,.ul
awatea. Your, truly.
Il -sk BORING. M. lb. ll. ll.
T nail*, mi thi lb aili and ll ipplti? - ? f W BM M
ni i" li-.l free lo anv .illr.-*.
TIIK HII.VliKHI.il RELIT .ATOM COMaPARTi
H..a M. vtittii on.
swiTf, Specif, ba*eared nf cancer, which nw
verA bad I .un now tn tine h*?l'b : never b.it*r.
HfcV* .alii.-.1 iw.it,-:ii, poonda linc* I '.gan
latins Swift's Specific. Rs itu tm.is >,
ll|'t"l,till. . 1 ..III.
i amer TOR MANI vi IRS. kl I tal Rat
ta. ii .ciel. >i : 'itb i cancer on Ber
ii.-e. wbnh i.-li..i ,.:i ...rt-oi" treatment, sb*
was cured i nilli ly willi salli's fusel lc
.lolls Hilt . Drngiil.t.
1 bom-"!'. L i.
N.'-E EATEN OTT, y y nug man ncr Ibis
b an Ind ol cilin/ cn, rr "ii bli fae*, "bi' h lt il
.!?ti">, .1 Ina lii-a and wa. eating toward I
Aaa biat rasort I pw bim mi -tani *p*elne,aad
lt b.i- t incl bim s'.ulol and w. ll.
ll. E. ( Bl vii.tv. M. ll .
ugh Basra*. 1.1.
I b?>* seen rrmarkabl* rttMtt Oom (le
Swift's speelfle In caner, lt hu cured -vinni
? as. a iii.dt r my own t n -.
Ki.i. ,i. ii. Camps
( olumhiit. li.
Swift's BflaCtBf |s t-iittr. Iv v.gt table, aid
!.. ciir.c.iiici rib] f'.i.iiig . it lin I ii. pu ii 11. ?? from
Hie bi.i. ii..i'is, bb RleeS tal skMsIM
iiialli'd frc. Tm >v.iii sm nu I -., Iirxwei
:i, Atlanta. La., or IRS warn) I wentv-lii'r I .Ireiei
Nev, York. I i-lw
Rh ii v.,m.. 'a.. D*crmh?aT ll, l-s|.
TH) ALL WHOM lt MAY I ONl I UN
1 I I, (?' v .. pul f I Hs .M A- Al AA Alt! ..iv
agent t.ii ii. i tb. (.Km Mtv. iviil'
li MINI SM it ibe Rici.nd Bria*-. ?rd.
river,Cbarlt*CliT.coauly, Va., to Buy and
st i I. r ? i-l.Iv.
di If Al. Il P. Al I
-I'd WHOM ll M Al i UNI li: - I
I ., Uti* te| ?Dj> mtil ? . II. Ill livl MA
Ai,I NT TO ( "Viii Cf Ihi HI I VII i.!:"? I Kl
v N I ? I. IVI ul: III -INI ? Ihaa-v
i titi . fib -ll. el. Ill Hie ? Itv I lill iii lld
' - ul. . JOB, ?V . I I ANTON.
Hi. MHOXD. IS HM. ?!" 14-Jw
pBOHOMALS Foll (li 1 PUD,' ll vi.
ANO ADVRITISING fOH
-KALI l? lin ipi i-\ I H WILL III RECEIVED
Al lin ( ol Ni ll. I ll AMBER I NIH.
PRIOAI . I?i i t BBSS li. 1884,
.' 1 P. Al . l . ?
ern mi 11; i i-ini. wu prirtinii
for H.. eii-u.. :--:..
AHA I RTUIINti P. r
PRU* l I Nt - I '-IA. lt DM I """ ' t :-; ?
^.'lll III.I'll -flit.
BOOB-WORK Pei 1*000 aaa*! far takan SM
Ile | reasi.'ll-.
- 1 li Pinera. Koch a* now aa** in Hi.iou
del ? rtin. i,i ?. i n i it i i,..'., rion.-ni; and
? r win h.,i i.e ira*fer
Hun vi,, ii . i.i
m. ann.ari blank* or Mani satan *i" tn
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