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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH
,?????,? NUMBER. 18,184.
RICHMOND VA.. THl'RSl?Y. NOVEMBER 2. 1893. ' ?_THBfKJCKHTSJER^^
Jill?; l? I!. I. A LAW
Kopesl Now an Ac
F THE HOUSE.
' Voorhees Substitute
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ti IN DETAIL
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both en u.?
pan ton ,
etlvi CI iplaJn,
t the ? '?'> of Waahiag?
..??? r th-T
W.i?. tin- I
.; ili. oath ? ?
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a If, ask'
rtletl i\,w Y..rki,
war? ? :
I the Home.
IL with the
? ?' ? befare iti?*
? ! il. Who
? ? red ' cuti? ur
? ' and en tli.it
II rtoua mtettoiL
? Menda ..f nilv.r that ??<?
. ?? within
"it.. wul i t><- allow
?? be o.niiiii<-r<^i or?
li t.-? M m
. thai um ?...if
'?? Mtdt M-aaf.n
I be <i.-t.lreri toff
'???i tu etppealttea, ?aia
' "M? ?'ilion to deluy Um
' WU fe (MfMi, ??*?
.i: I partali it io tame
? ?I U, I?? ih
?. t?., genti
C m ' ,IU,J * ?"??orlty wlih
I he rule? of ?be
frt-viooj ?jueetion at
* ??,. ?* "'.'i. ""' ??* ??* ?^?????1?? of
^^aau? Lue t.i.^b..,. _.._
the puvloua ?utalioa vu
thi* occasion. It seemed to him that the
Ri isti.-man from VFeal Virginia nhntiltl lot
the i| lit? gD OB Mli'l When ha thought.
W when the limino th.uKht. that tin- <l< -
bate luid I OX far ?nouKli. h- MaM move
kNU question ?
Mr \\ ll?nn MM that the parliamentary
(ItOlCUlty In tin? way \%aii that If h.? AM
w tin- urtvtoiu question h?? would
In*.? control of the hill. ai i id. dehnte
would ??? M with 'nUirtlllttW? for all
? ?: ?? >f nmendm? nt*
Mr. l.lvlniratnn (Georgia) sujfgest.d that
it.. prevloua question !>?? considered ur?
tami tlvo-mlmite s)...<h.s I??'
iiilow.il t>> Mnbm to explain thetl
? o'clock this eften.? ?.? ?? not
Acetre that Mr. Wilson should lOM control
at the MIL
Mr. ffteekials (Dttaoonit), Mississippi,
COmpUUlttd that member? were In the
Of t!i?? tp? mber from vYeat Vlr
'I to get hi* ????????? f ven
Mr. Wilson Mid that? ho had no Ofejl ?< tlon
... I ?h?-t'i r there wart
afa for members of the
Other than IbOM who joatroll d UM lall.
mbera t" Mk say bmbmi for
the privilege of egercialng their right?, m
Arm il Ml ? M?
Mr Livingston Mauri ? ir rTHaon that
Hi.? friend? of sll\. r dl I m>t int. ti . ? .
ostruct the passage of th.? l.lll. Thev wer.
I?.. I II out of Uli
and io doom ?.s otbi ? iron. They want?
. I Hi.? Democratic party to he harm.ml/.. I
?? achter). 1 lui al
o.? tirai the silver dm ?> wanted
an opportunity to give their reasons for
be .ion?? before
Mr. Wilson mM h?? had practically made
? ipoettli n.
Mr. Livingston: A? the chairman of the
(Ommltte? rVetghu and
Ml aso. ? ,t ,,.?,.,.,,( il..?
Mr Bryan (Nel ?
tlon wma to prevent the Houm from
ii vote on any
? Igni be offered.
Mr Wilson: Thal ? -
Mr ? .,,,] ,,, ?),,,w
thoM who are In charte of the bill
are not win. mendment
Mr Wilson: t??? Houae ha? already
votoli on ,;ti the amendment? thai were
off* r? ? on '
Mr i.hiro ton: I underatand thi
m in rrorn w. - ? rglnls to agree that
' . Oh, no; .
Mr. Wilson: ? made no agreement aboul
?-' nil? p Mlaaouii, apeak In? f..p
his Midi hau acci ? I
.? or noi
Mr. Ulan.! ?? ??.
et pi thai the bill aha!) conte up In the
The Speaker: Objection la made, nnu
now tl , the at ??????: ? -
Ion, Mr. Bryan -
one to adjourn. Thai was roti ? d
to ISO. Thi ? came a motion for a ?
UH S P. M . Which was kin. ? a ?
Tht ? In rapid aucceaalon (the 3
' ? 1 ti llera beli
refus? il) cami motlona 10 adj ?ut p till
Friday and till Saturday, and motlona to
it t:\ ?? motlona were I
by the Hou
r counted the voti 1 on each
al m ai 1 ihem wl(
seriousness and regularity as if the mo
aren Important onea
down of tht m hail l?? ? n ma le
an 1 disposi ?1 of. Mr. \\ ell 1, of v> I
cause?] by Inquiring
wl ?!.. - . ttt on Bull ? had not
aomi read) made rule that would operate
? moti m m . . made by Mr,
Moil?!? 1 ? 1 ? ., thai the H out I 1
minutes in order that the
11 ino ?a ?
i ule, bul ii?. Speaker ??? ? lini i ? ?
?un ti.o motion. Mr. Henderson'a 1
uns repeat 1 within five mil
its, and Mr. R
1 Hi it 1 he ' Ommlttee on Hull ?
had tbe righi to act
"The Chairman did not consider the
motion of fi in from
ild Un Speaker.
1 Ml 1 Mr. Rt ? 1,
? 1 ' laugh.
THE ???? l< ?US QUESTION.
Finally the Speaker, amid much hand
clapping, salii. "The previous q
Mr Wll on thi p took the floor, and
I 1 t.-n minutes to Mr. Bland.
Mr. Bland aenl to the Clerk's desk
and had rea'l an ami ? Imi ni ? lu. h
re-enacting the law of ??? for the un
llmiti .1 < oli Ivi r, an ! woun I
up hla l'i ? ? saying
that he would ylel I tin. 1 minutes of
his time to Mr. Bryan, of Nebraska,
and two 1 of II to Mr. \\ net It r,
of Alabama. Both tii at gi ntlemi 1
? the bill.
Tin-..? minutes were given by Mr. \\ il
s. u to Mr. Springer to ?tate hu? views
pori of it.
Mi Livingston, having had two min?
: mi? ?? to him, ?? dared i? 1
11 t the bill. < 'in?
of tin in wa '?' wo lid . n
11 ?? \iiiu,? o? mom \ tnothi r was
thai it 1 ft il?.?? 1 of the
. nun try to be d< li rmlned by li
tion.ii at ream? nt, ai 1 to tbal he was
MR. Wll.si i.\ CLO8K8,
\??. 1 brit : Ret d
and Tracey, oi New Vork, both of whom
favored tin- bill, Mr t ? 1 the
-ii The argument, he sai 1. bad
and the Judgmt ni had b ten re?
with an etnphaala which could
Nothing wtiit ii
. ciuld ??? ? ltd o? ? ???? : 1 Hin 1 strength? ?
Um position 01 tii?? mi
11, had : from the beginning or
? test that Hi? re bad been I
t opinion on the measure.
Which aide was right the future alone
would Indicate. If the passage ot tht bill
should bring about a small par? o?
bit aatni untry which Its fi len is
i: If ii would restore confluence
..? 1 . nterprkM and bring 1 reap irtty to
;i ? people, then the judgment ol its
frit mia would 1 ? 1 !''v oppo?
...mM stand before biatory as ??.??>
of honest and patriotic, but mistaken
If, mi the othi>r hand, it shoul.l hrlng
but one-tenth pan oi the evito which its
enemlea propheeted, then the judgment of
friends wouM stand I lory ?-s
honest, patriotic a? a (Applaui ?.)
Mr. Clan.I til?iv. 1 to r..? inn.il th? hill.
With Instru? tlotis ? : hark the
amendment which he had Indicati
VtSt.) ? : -
?, cted IT? ; ' nays I?
The question \\us then taken on concur.
ring in tin? S. not. sut Mil.to, ami It was
, oncurred m Tea -. ? above
gtven. The result wi innounced an.?
Bjitbaut any aaaaonatratlon. After
.t fen moni?ms that were devoted to tin?
important bualneaa, Um Home, at t:ID
adjourned until tc-marrow at noon
BBNATK CL08URK PROPOfHTION*.
Aft'-r Minn- tinlm|M^rtan1 routine buaUMM
Mr nui offered two amendments to tin
rule? aini iisk.i their reference t<> Um
Committee on Rule?, The Krai wan:
llYl i Thal Sili-Ini-:.?.. I Of Hule
- or Um Standtng Rules of the fke&ate be
,.| as follows:
if al aro time during the dally ?
of Um Senats a question shall ?- rained by
,- ?., th.? pi ta HUO
r im the ?|Mirtini ottln r shall forthwith
irj ' > ?all tin roll nn.l
imoiimo Hi.? r,?uii. atnt th.??? pro?
ceedings shall be without debate; but no
*e!iat..r wiiiu? spaaktaj shall bs bMar?
runted by unoth.r senator ??1????>: Um
qaeattoa ..r the lack >.f g quarta?, aivi the
? ?,s ?,, th. , of a quorum
shall imi In- rais.-.l afte?** than one.? In
?vary keuri but tin? provlsloa nhaii not
:ij.|.ly Whara tlM al.mn.??? "f a quorum
la dlaolo*v<l upon any roll-call of the yea?
un? naya.' "
The sjgoai nnieiulrn. nt was aa followa:
"Raaatved, Thai Rale d of the Stai Sog
Rules of the Senate l>??. ami the Mill'' i?
hereby niM.inle-1 t'Y ad'Hng <^ th? end
thereof Mm following: 'Whaaivir, upon
any roll Mil, any senator who Is present
within Um BenaU chamber, refuses to
make response when hi? name shall be
called, it shall be the duty of the aceald?
lug ufiiet-r, either on Ida own motion ..r
u|H)ft the ?uh'k'e*tlon af any senator, to re?
quest the senator *> remaining silent to
reaiKjnd to his name, and li auch senator
ralla t.. do >??. the foot of ?uch raqueen
and refusal sln.ll U? em. reti In the journal
ich senator shall in? counted aa proe?
mi for the purpose of inuklng a quorum.'
Ko.SihTllINO OK A STIR.
Mr. Uoar presentad a memorial from
Mlas Clara Barton* pieaftnu uf ft? Amer?
???G.??. Sn5S AMoc^tton. asking the aa
t? 7" 'on?r'? 'or the relief of M?*.
lauSda. tht' cyclonp? ?n ?p Sea
Mr Turpi? created somewhat of a stir
2 "''i^tlng to the reading of the Mota.
??* , ?n* hPP??vnr.y actuated by a
frellha- of retaliation. f?P he Btateri that
he objected because when he Infra
a resolution yesterday Ita consl?'.?
?a* obj<,rtad to by the senator from afa?
sarhusetta Ho wished to maintain, he
'?rlar.J. Ute i-ailty ,,f aasgttsglej courtesv.
Mr. Hoar replied that he had good ma?
sons for the objection he mad.?. He erovM
00 ariythltiK. he said, nhon of *??p? down
<m his knees to the senator from Indiana,
or actinic unworthy of his mania,?,? It
was not a personal memorial which h<
introduced or one affecting hie constitu?
ents but one affecting- ao.ono pes?)M who
w? ilna heipirsH and starvine; condition.
Mr ???p?? waa obdunvt.?. bOWOVOr, and
refused to withdraw his oadectloa, bol Mr
Oockrell aaeMeoead that th.-resolution had
tli- rlKht to Ik.- read onix- la spit- of ob?
THH SKA ISLAND numi
Mr Butler noe and Spotts feelingly of the
condition of affnlrs In BotlUi Carolina.
which siat. h" re pi eoe oled. Hloa Hart?n
?????? to South Carolina at his Invita?
tion and the invitation of the Governor
of the stat.?, and tiny together had made
a tour ,,f the d'-vi mated district, and ?M
? and aufferlng Were even .
than had Ix-en r-pori. i
Mr Turpi? Stated that he would with?
draw bio objection to the reading of the
memorial resolution. It vus then read.
The Benata nan took op the discussion
of the Chlneoe Mil und was? addret
Ora? r.ilio. r. Perklna, ?olph,
Hqulre, and Fry?? natii I ..'dock, when It
adjourned without action on too bill, tir-t
open Uni Ito minutes in executive s?s
SILVER PURCHASES STOPPtD.
Amount of Sherman Note?, ??.'..'?.(MM).OOO -
Carlisle Highly t,ratified.
(By telegraph to the Dispatch.)
WASHINGTON, KoveaabOT t Beere tor?
himself Hf< highly ?irati
i" ? at the paooog ? of the repeal MIL He
ahortly after the pat?
tile measure In the HottOC
'it"*<iid not t.ik.- long for the new? to
travel ail over ?h<- Tt uaurury Department,
Actlng-8uperlnteadenl Preston, of the
Mim Bureau, after eoaaultotlon arlth ? ?
rotary Carllale, telegraphed to all the
United State? muta not t. make any
forth, r ???? ? ' IVOT,
?? tin alivi r offen d to 11
had di dined to acci ? ? a eonnter ofl ? of
?-:, cuts. Two lota aggregatine. ?'?".'??'
ounc? s had not been heard from, and un?
iere their ownera reply by telegraph to?
night, the silver purchases undei
Bherman ad an cloeed forever, At the
time the amount of Bherman
: oti outatandlng bi $162.519.0?. With all.
ver purchaaed bui not yet delivered thla
amoimt may be Increaaed $700.000, which
would awell th? Merman notes t??
FEDERAL DEBT STATEMENT.
OoM Rceervei >vsi,am.??;?: -Met Titaeary
r.alnii?., M ..'.Hl'.M'M?.
(By t< legi iph i" th- ? dspatch I
WA8HINOTON l>. C, November l ?
The deb? statement laaued thla afternoon
ahoa a nel Increaae In the public debt,
lb in the Treasury, during October
? The Interrai bearing di b|
Increaaed 11.300 The deb! on which biter
eat hai nee maturity de ? :
$10,200. The debt bearing no Intereat In
.,?,? the caah m the
Treasury decreaaed $4?U,$41.
The amount of certificati ? and Tun
aury m (I by equal -amounts of
? ai ii in the Treaaury, but outatandlng at
. of the month, u,is $S87,60t,Ml, an
Increase of $17.394,491
The total cash In the Treaaury, 1729,417,?
..? The gold reserve ??? 2; the
In the month tint?? waa a deer
gold coin and bara of $9,930,599, the total
at the dos.? being $10,274.171. m ?liver
there waa an Increaae of l?. V>.975. or
the aurplua tln-i-?? was in national bank
irle? $10,421,870, a;?.uns- $17,213.271
.m '!;?? ? ni "f the previous month.
THE FAIR OPENED AT WELDON.
?.crinali al Nicht -The Couples That l'urtlr
(Special telegram to the Dispatch:)
WELDON, X c. November 1. Th- fair
opened with lovely weather and a large
attendance, The iir-t race was won by*
Lily H. and the second by Hunkedory,
The german to-nlghf at ?)"? hotel ?? ?
oc|al event. The following coup!, s
? .? the floor: e??? n.?.? Harrison, leader;
Hr. a. B, il ut]- ? wiiii Miss Jacksle
Daniel, ol Tarboro?; P*. a Fetter and Miss
Coppi II; T. C. llaiiis.,? and Misa
Man.?? Hamilton. Baltimore; W, M Copen
and Miss Est? Ile Courtney, Richmond;
e i;. Km? tv and Misa Bue Starke, Rich?
mond; W, B. Tin. iv and Ham Bue Tim
berlake, Raleigh; Ehigene Johnson and
?t. \\";?\? rly White and
Mrs, R. T. cocinan; A. B, Allen and Mis?;
May Harrison, Rocklngham; Captain and
Mis. t ll. Chavasse; Jame? Burtoi
Miss Lucy Search, Littleton; Charlea
Brani and Miss uhi ? ? "? ? ? ? i ? ?. Petersburg;
Prank Landts, Oxford, Miss Mamie Boy
kin, Richmond: W. T. Whltehead and
Mis" s. II. Wilson. I'.? Hi.Id Chap. .?
? Hill, Preacott, Oay, Lockhart,
and Howard. To-morrow nicht the grand
??crman tak?s place, There will be music
by the Pirsl Regiment Hani of Hich
ATLANTA'S MARSHAL INDICTED.
lie Waa InvoHcd With Iteri? Ine in the
flato City itank Mesa.
(By t< li graph ? ? the Dispatch ?
ATLANTA, cv. November t Edward
McCandleaa, Marshal of tins city, was in
dieted to-day b> the grand Jury, McCand
. ? bier "f the Gate i Sty National
Bank before it suspended. He is charged
with having paid a draft for ,V,..lrawn
bj T. Oobb .la.-ks.,? when Jackcon had
ii.? funds in the bank Jackson committed
suicidi? after ?.???\???>?, ih?? assistant cash?
?ill? ss Ih al With having
conspired with Redwlne to foci National
Hank Examiner Campbell. Redwlne
palmed off some &'?<>?"< twh.? Campbell,
and thus hi.i a shortage which existed In
the bank. McCandleaa gave bond.
Complaint? of Itallna.i-Men.
(By telegraph t?> the Dispatch.)
AUGUSTA, CA., .Nov. tub. r 1- Chiefs
Arthur, Sargent and ci.uk, of the en
gin? ? i's, Bremen's, and conductor's oro? ? .
lively, were in Augusta to-day to
consult with the Georgia railroad tnanage
Saont about tin- complaints by train Crews
on the Georgia railroad of the
violation of an agreemeat Acting Cener?
ai Manager Beoti claims they ??"? not vio?
l?t.? the spirit of the agi ?amont, and
the niatt.r is held in abeyance until the
return of Cenerai Manager Groan. The
three chiots ?? ft to-night for Knoxviile,
t.??., to confer about a reduction of
?n th.? Kast Tennessee, Virginia
ani Gem aV Railroad.
Tlie ICImsii? Heine Shelled.
(By cable to the Dispatch )
MADRID, November L?Several ineaxre
dis;,ai. h ? ???it? received from Melilla
this evening. The Spanish cruiser Alfonso
the Twelfth shelled the coast village*
fro? Mettila to the Chafarlnas Islands
this mornlnt??. The commander th. ?
Bring, in ? espone? t?? ? reojueal ol
the tribesmen for a parley. The eruttare
Isla ??.? l.u?'.n and fJOOjdl do V.nili'.?
haro been shelling the itinUn trenches In
the nelKiiborhootl of Melilla all day.
A Splendili Speech.
(Bptctal telegram to the Dispatch.)
CULPCPCR, va., November l--fi
.lohn \V Diinbd d.dlvensl a spleni I I
dress last nl?ht hagora a larire auclbiu??
at the Aciid-iny of Music. He discussed
national, Htate and local affairs.
?afe, Oiilrk, and KrTeetlre.
Tie valuubh? curatiw pi?>|M-rtles of All
cock's Pnroua Plaeters are due to the
employmeal of the hlxhest merilcal and
chemical skill. They are purely vegetable,
and lu Ingr?dient? and method have never
.??lualleri; safe, quick, and effectue
in their action, they do not burn or blis?
ter, hut soothe and relieve while curing,
and can be worn without causing pain or
tki not lie deceived by misrepresenta?
tion All ?.Hier so-called Porous Plasters
are liuitatluns. made to sell ?n the repu?
tation of Alleocks.
Ask tor AUrock?? and let no solicitation
or explanation induce you to accept a sub
A SMALL BOMBSHELL
Tossed Into the Virginia Camp by Presi?
nOGE'S IPrt?TlaWT REVOKED.
Antl Vrt thr Colonel i- N.ivr Probably En
Vny?([(> fur ?????.? -How Our Congress?
men Voted keaassamy?
fFrom Oor Kefulir Correspondent)
WASHINGTON November 1.?President
Cletn land exploded ? aauttt-eaeed beat??
shell in the Virginia camp to-day by an
nt?uncinv- t?. on? of the aelegailo? who
called at the Whtte House that he had
Officially sent a telegram to Colonel J.
Hampton hol?.? at lea Praachmo Instruct?
ing him not to proceed to Anioy, China,
as It had 1. goal bla
appointment Aa ? rthlog has bee? heart
from ? ???G???? Hose, th? ? r ttmptl m la
thai ta m that p.rt before the
telegraphic communication reached him.
Colonel Uovo did noi come to Washington
wiin h.? left Vlrglala several week? ago
'? -hi f.,r his post Oi duty, but will
first to Chicago to MM th.? Worlds K.tlr,
and th-? took a train for Saa Kr.,
and be is probably now Hailing the Pe>
it is understood thai some enemies of
Colonel Hogs bava bean making ? ?
tanmis to the Preal leni an ? Secretary of
State, and th?? tumor i- sail U> have
. prejudiced in Um mm that h?
di ti mined upon r? roktm the apponi1
Representative Edmunds, when In?
forni,! lo-?lay Of the action of th?? ?t??"?
dent, made hi* arrangement? for an m
? with him, and he will b? I
by Ri presi ntatlve Marshall. as
Btlemerj Mr. CleveuuM
II vvlih. Mr.
Edmunds wu much surprised at the
turn of event?, and aatnrally will ask
th? President to ? |ve the names of th?
people whu appear to in???? tnfl leaced hM
in revokbag the appolntmenl of Colonel
HLVER REPEAL, VOTE.
Th? Virginia and North Carolina .'.?'??
g?tions ?? the H I t< I praei
tioally as ??. ? voted In AtlgUSl on the lin?
oni lltkmal rei ? al Mil; that la the graal
ma lority s ipported on the drst u I of
sen timen) the Bland amendment? I
then being unable to get what they weht?
. d supported the motion for Un
of the "makeshift" erhtch was m -
d.?p?, ? la h,,, last national platform
"i ? hi ? ?? mocraUc ? ?p>?.
ONE <??" TIIK CUCKOOS,
Then was muri) merflmenl In the
Hou?.? thla afternoon. General Tracey,
?. fork, after gtvtng ??
Ile m nd off and much ?
tor the part be thinks be took in bringing
about the ? ult, paM ? gl iwlng tribute
to Mr. ""h volani Somehow not more
than twelve or fifteen Democrat? mi"
plauded, which seemed to be ? ?.-on dna
appointment to th. ail.my congressman.
Of course thi President had mors friend?
Imlrers in Um Hou ?. but moat of
thorn had leo..mi? disgusted with li.'lierai
? ?? mpl to linoni himself and
they failed io respond. Jual m the fatal
applause subsided Mr. Wilson, of Wash?
Ington, sang oui In a shrill, if not musica]
voice, "Cuckoo." The member? and the
people in the gain ? ?? ? the r? t
erence instantly, and auch a laugh m was
heard would have madi a steh man fi ? ?
better. Senat r tloi.? m dubbi ?? the m>.n
In the bV nate who abandoned the pi I
compromlae because the Pr?sident was
Opposed to It "CUCkOOS," and the com.
intrisoli was a Striking or: . nidging from
the fun It ? aus ! In l<
Till: VACANT JUDOE8HIP.
Neither the Virginia imr the North c.ir,.
elegatlon have taken step? yel to?
ward agreeing upon a candidate for the
| circuit judgesMp, and the great
number of candid <? h State wUI
probably prey? nt ? ut. It prom?
ises to in? a free-for-all, and this \h re?
garded aa unfoi tu rglnli other?
Ing the bon >r.
Most naturally Senator Daniel will feel
elled to support bla townsman, Mr.
: ird; Judge Keith, who liv.-s in
s nator Hunton'a borni town, is ? candi
dale; Mr. \\ i ?? Will doubties? stiek up
r..r Mr. Meredith, of Richmond; Norfolk
baa a candidate In Junga Walker; Ce??
?an Tucker*? fri.-n.ls will press hU
m But hanan will
? troni fri. nds in th?? delegation.
Senator Hunton c tiled on the Pn
to-day and. it is un I
the appointment of Judge Keith. Thla
gentleman has many otht r BUSI
and is also personally well s equa hi ted
With Mr. CleVI land.
Rev. Mr. Bagby, who ha been < lected
Chaplain of the House, la from ?
county, Virginia, and is a moat popular
iainis:.r of the Christian church In this
. i> "Private" John AUen, of MlssiMlppl,
win. clings to thai faith and attenda Mr.
Bagby'? church, lad the Rght In hh ?
Representative Bwanson has returned
from Viratala, where be in- ?.? taking
an active interest in the campaign.
TH ? : ???? r.i.iAS CASE.
it ? ? that the Senate win
not act on the nomination of Kope Ellas,
to be Col of intoni il Revi nue for
the WMtern Districi of North Carolina,
and under the rules of that body, If It
adjourns without notion, his tviin:
no longer remain? on the hooks. Then
it will remain with the President whether
or um Mr. Bitas shall again be appointed.
There la considerable talk here to the
effect thai som?? of the ati incesi backers
of Ellas have abandoned him in order to
save Btmmons, nominated to be CoQecti r
In th? other NOrth Carolina district) and
it lm<< canned a commotion.
Colonel Paul R Meana, of Concord, N.
t'.. is ?.? ??, and h Is sail lis presence
at this time is in referente to tin? Col?
li ctorahlp tights.
PATTERSON AT ACCOMAC.
Congressman Patterson, of Ten?'.
got tin? ?.? re mixed In terdaj
that Qeoeral ritz Lea spoke on Monday
at Accorane Courthouse, it wu Major
Baker P. ?. as Um former was at win?
chester making ? speech on Monday. The
Virginians h? rt regret vary mach that
tin? .imi?!? would ii"t permit a meeting to
?..? toll in tin- court-boms?, as Colonel
Patterson had mad? a tedious trip to
appear before th?? Accomae peopl
is a stufnpt r of great vigor and force.
CONSERVATORY "?" MUilC,
Senator Hunton Introduced a hin to?
na) t.? eatahU h ?a Waahlngton a National
Conservatory of Musii-.
Mrs. Jeannette Thurber, the wealthy
N.w York lady who has done so much
to advance music in tl Btatea,
and who s? ? ago rlslted Rieb?
monti. Interested the tate limerai \v. H.
? ?. in the mattar, ani h?? introduced
during his congressional service a similar
Mrs. A. P. Thorn and Miss Baylor, of
Norfolk, un? at th.? Bbbrtt
Ba-Coogreaoman Hurry Ubby, of Vir?
ginia. Is In the city.
Other Virginia arrivals Include H. W.
M.u-hall. I'ort.sniouth; H. S Hanns, fas,
riuicr county: W. c;. Dsarttg and J. K.
Walter. i;,i|ii>ahaiinock ounty; C. M.
Peach and wife, ITppervOle; C, I.. RnfktM
and wife. Klchniond: Kunston Lucado
and wife, R. E. Glsh and Miss Olsh.
I.ynehhurg: Dr. Alfred Rixey, Robert
Uixey, Walter Burgess und ?Samuel Major,
Culpeper; George Q. Thompson, Jr., Rich?
mond and Danville road; Jam.s L. Jef?
fries. G.?p?.?.??,?? alth's attorney of Fail
outer rounty, and Captain Jumes Moore,
W f. Y^rborough, of Wilmington, X. C.
la also here.
Among fourth-class postmasters appoint?
ed to-day were: North Carolina?Apex.
Wake c.unty. H. ''. ' 'live vlcv A. N. Betts,
removed. Virginia?Catrqn, Wythe coun?
ty. H. M. Fainter vice R. F Catron, re?
signed; Ferrum, Franklin county. J. W.
Haynea vice F. N. Manafi-e. removed;
Orbit. Isle of Wight, H. 11. Barham vice
1?;. H. Ferguson, rrslgned.
1'.?. ? ofllces eatabltahetl in North Caro-'
Una: Atlantic. Carter*? county. Polite E.
Fulcher. postmistress;. Refuge, Roberson
county. Oliver C. Falk. postmaster. ?
The office at Cap, Carrol! county. Va,
has been ordered to be moved half a mile
north of the old locatton.
The office in Richmond county, N. C.
heretofore known as MontpelU-r, will In
future be known aa Rlverton.
(By telegraph to the Dispatch.)
PORTLAND, ORE.. November L-Port?
land'? second street-railway catastropha
within a few months occurred early thl?
morning, when an electric-car from Mil?
waukee, an Kaat-Slde suburb of this city,
plunged through an open draw of th*
Madison-Street Hrtdge and sank In the
Willamette river. There were eighteen or
twenty passengers aboard when th? car
itarted to cross the bridge, and all hut
?even of them saved their lives by leap?
ing from the car on the brink of ri? uh.
?- corpses have been recovered from
OF THE HORSE HORSEY.
Turf Croats of Interest Yesterday?Kntrles
(My telegraph to the Dispatch.)
KI.UAHKTH RACE TRACK. Novem?
ber 1?The weather was colri and raw
nt Klifcibeth again to-day. It did not
affect the attemlanco, however. In th?'
least. ? crowd fully as large. If not
larger than that of any preceding day
of th?? meeting, put In an appearan? ?
The talent began the day with a sur?
pris.?. Ciiracoa. a 10-to-l shot, upset
their calculations In the first race, de?
feating Discount. Raceland was a I t?l
sh?it in tho second race. He carried
Mne of the Dwyers* money, for their
commission went on Pickpocket. Pick?
pocket was last to the head of the
. and after i>eing shut off saveral
manage?! to gft through and
secure ?snood placa. He was too late
to ? it. h Kac-land. who won very com?
ston-neii, th.? red-hot favorite In the
third rice, won from tirst to last, and
? andar a pull.
The fourth race was a facer for ?'
faithful. Sir Klchard, a lL'-to-l shot,
beai th?? ???Ids on th?? favorlt.?, Little
Fred, with ?consummate ease. Harry
Alonan won the fifth rac?? easily from
Tom Skidtnore. the favorlt??, and
Wheeler, a 4-to-l shot, won the -hut
i ? race?five and a half furlongs?
Curacoa wen, Discount second, Fatality
third. Tim??. 141 1-4.
il .race-one mile and a slxte?nth
:d won. l'lckpocket
Bl 'in? r third. Time, 1:50.
Third race?six furlongs?Stonencll
1 irrection second, Wampezo third.
Tim??. ] t
Pourth rac? Bra and a half furlongs?
Sir Richard won. Little Fred second,
rs-.n third Time, 1 :(? l-l.
Fifth race one mile?Harry Alonan
w in, Tom Bkktmore second, Mi? Mid
third Tun??. i.c;m.
Sixth race -live and a half furlongs?
Wheeler won. Billy s. second, play or
third, Tim., ? ".? ii.
ON ??? DKI.AWAHE.
GLOUCESTER, N. J.. Wovemboc L?
Two favorites, three second cholea? and
a?, outsider von to-day s ra.-.-s. While
at th.? poet in th?? sixth raes Telephone*?
lipped, and Cas.-v was thrown and
Firsl rac- mil- and three-elghtha Lad]
? r won, Ronald secotnj, Raleigh
Second rara sii and one-half furlongs -
.la? ? LoveU won, Prince imp? rial second,
? de third, fun.?. :
Third race-Uve furionga Early Blonoom
w.m. (Jncertatety second, Uttie Phil third.
Tine . 1
? and one-half furlong?
??..ii,? won. Zingara second, l-i\
third. -Tim??. 1:. .
Fifth race in. furlong? Chance won,
Frank R. llarf ncond, Archbishop third.
Blxth r,i?-> seven furlongs?Hippona
won Eolie second, Onaway third. Tima,
1VA8HVILLR, Ti'.NN., November L?
?? ai.,.ut equally divided to-day
at Cumberland Park, two favorii.s wiu
Dlng, and th?? other winner? being well?
backed. The weather was One and track
Finii to??? -selling: one and one-six
t.'iiih miles?Uno won, Tom Daly second,
Saxon third. Time, ? ."?.
Second race mile and seventy yard?
?, Ko won. Little Annie second, Col?
li..? Hop?? third. Time, 1 l'''v
Third race?three-fourth? of a nill? -
Shuttle won. Foll?n Day s.'-.n?!. Frlnt
lu iti third, 'l'ime, 1 ;G?.
Fourth ra??? Bra and one-half fnrlrfngs?
Cora Taylor won, Interior second, Arthur
(',. third." Time, 1
Fifth race four and one-half furlongs -
Th.- Broker won. Atella R, second, Kim;
11- nry third. Tun?
san FRANCISCO, CAL., November
i. The weather today was cloudy and
? iy ? ??stint trai k was ...
l-'lrsl rac?? -four and a halt furlong?
Hal Flshei won, Jim R. second, .)"?? Cot?
ton third. Tun.?. M t-4.
S. cond ra? ?? four 'and a half fin1
\\ ?ti I, ring Nun won, llaiijo second, For?
tuna third. Tim??. H i-i.
Third rac.? one mile Flambeau won.
su- Reel second, Quarterstaff third. Time,
Fourth race?five rurtonga naalHilliin
won, Tuacarora second. Agitator third.
Time, ? '.'
Fifth race seven furlongs?et. croix
won, Garda secondi tnkerman third.
Time, ? ? ? ?
? NT It IKS FOR TO-D v\ .
Pollowlng ar?? the race ?trie? at ???
race live and a'half furlongs; aell?
itur Maud Ward (gelding), US; Longbrook,
onomlat, : Nahma, i"7; Florence,
IOS; M.-rritt, |M; oporto. 9$; Yucatan, M;
Captain Sinclair, M; BuMriur, N.
s.tei race one mile: selling Restraint,
110; Midnight WS; Toung Arton, m.. in?
tegrity, Ito; Bandowne, M; Marshall, W;
Ri d Banner, M.
Thirl race-mile and a sixteenth; sell?
ing Hockton, 110; Chief Justice, I0&; Tom
i'i.im. :i?; Captain t . ?; t?.? Ironmaster,
? Hasty, H.
? h race?thirr-quarteM of a mile;
pura? Armitage, UB; .?,?? Rlpiey, MB;
Omua, 101; Intimidad, IM; Aurelian, lus,
Kama. IM; Galloping King, IM.
Fifth ?.? ? leven-elghth? <?f a mile;
On?, 1"7; Midnight, ???; Hiram. 1"7;
Red um. PC: Tiny Tim, '?"7, Aerolite,
IM; Mask. Ml; Ulli .11,?. 1"J; Sun Bryant,
IM; ES? onomlat, M; Knti.-iii. 77.
Bfxth moa three?Quarter? of a mile;
selling?Add*?, US; Uncle Jena, IM; Poor
Jonathan, IM; Atrplant, IM; Btrathmald,
ini. Void. Ml; Rico, M; I:? awl ?-. M? Ae?
rad, ?; Holer??, IM; Miss Kitt??-. '.? . De?
AT SAN FP. A NCI Se w.
First race?one mile? Froncesca. ???!; Mor?
ton US; Claquer, IM; i>?.n Fulano, ni;
Donohnne, US; Crawford, iu7; Greenback,
Becond race?thr???? and one-fourth fur
loags?Bridal ?.-??, W7; peacador, IM; Addle
Chlpmon. M7; Morton. 112; Last Chan?.?.
'j7; San .Iacinto, liAi; Don Fulano, IM: Rs>
Third race?five-right* of a mil???'arm??!,
Bobolink, M7; l...ri?na, M7; li-inus.
la*: Sissie loppe, IM; SiU-r l'Iati?, :.7;
Johnny Payne, vc, D>? In Ouana, l"?".; Tin.?
Fourth raro mu? and seventy yards?
Sh?rilan. 112: Happy Day. Ill; St. CrofX,
ni: Fktter, Ms); steadfast, so.
Fifth rac.? mil?? and OUW-atxteenth; over
four hurdles?Moriner. US; BaBorat, MM;
l'irai.?. 117; C,audal?.up??. 117; Wtun, 147,
First ???, 150; LongwM. 117.
Weather fine; track good.
Uweillng- II.???. - Pou m ?I.
(Special telegram to the Dispatch.)
LURAT, VA., November 1.-The dwell?
ing-house of Mr. John W, H. Klbl.-r,
at Hamburg, In this -county, was acci?
dentally destroyed by Are about 10
o'clock this morning. Most of the furni?
ture was saved. I.oss about $1,000, with
The ?Jxeelllng-house of Sam Rawls
(colore?!), situated In the Massanutton
neighborhood, weat of the Sh?-nandoeh
rtvar, was also destroyed by fire this
morning, The tire was accidental. No
tlood News from Middlesex.
(Special telegram to the Dispatch.)
SALUDA. VIA WEST POINT. VA.. No?
vember I.? The Democrats had a rousing
meeting at Tn?r Shade last night. There
was a large and enthusiastic audience, and
patriotic and eloquent addresses w^re
mad? by Dr. W. S. Christian. Thomas
E. Jones, and J. R. Saunrier...
Charles Segar, >>ur candidate for the
House, was here to-day He seems very
much encourag.-d. He aays he will cer?
tainly be elected. Look out for good re?
sults from Middlesex.
l'ieale - Public Speaking.
'Correspondence of the Dispatch.)
BEDFORD CITY. VA., October O.?
There will be a grand picnic with public
speaking at Fancy Grove, In the south
side of the county, to-morrow. The county
Is being boUy stumped by both parties.
Old papan for sal? at tte. a baaderd al
LYNCHED. BY A MOB.
THE NOTORIOUS ABB REDMOND
TAKEN FROM HIS CAPTORS.
lie I? Alleged t? Heve Bren the Worst Man
that r'.Ter Lived In Charlotte County.
Home of HI? ?rim???.
<epecU< telegram to tss DtaDatco.)
DRAKKS l.HANCH. VA., November 1.
Notorious Abb Redmond, the worst man
that ever lived In Charlotte county, came
to h?\s death lust night at the hands of a
mob. He was arreste,! yesterday at day?
break by an officer and a doxen assist?
ants, which was one Of th.? few times he
was ever captured without trouble. H?
mistook the officer for a friend. A few
days ago he was after a negro to kill him
and caught the wrong one by mistake,
but did not let him go without having
beaten him nearly to death. He was
11 ???? before a justice of the pinco but
for want of evidence was acquitted. Ijiter,
after threatening a number of the liest
citizens in the vlloat manner, h?? acknowl
? ?1*???1 that he was th?? man Who served
the negro so shamefully and only waned
an opportunity to kill the right see. The
prisoner was taken to Dupres and tried
by Justices Itoothe and Crafton. and after
a day spent in looking up witness?? he
waived the trial by the Joetlce and was
???t on to jail. It being night Constable
Crutcher was ordered *to take th? prisoner
to his house, which was on th?? way to
the court-house, under the guard of thr????
men, Manara Hamilton, Drlggs, and Bay?
nle. They arrived safely at Crutcher*?
house without any sign of disturbance.
TAKF.N rBOM JAIL,
Alunit u o'clock two of the guaimi were
aaleep and one on duty, when all al once
UM door was hroken In with ? crash and
all hands wer.? covered with funs and
pistols. Without a word the prisoner ? I?
? dten ??ut. it was a thoroughly ? inanimii
crowd, ?viiy one anew hai placa ami in
iban a miaut? everything was aa
quasi as befara the ni??)? cam On? of
the guard? when asked the number r? -
piled; 'Don't know; th? y came Into the
Ughi |;|?? men contine up ool of Um ground
and disappeared in lik?? manner " This
morning th?? body was found by v. negro
on Crutcher*? piace swinging fpiin a tree,
white with fro.?t. A coroner'? Inquoal was
Id and the verdi? t was, "Redmond ..un??
? his death hy the hands of a mob of un?
PULL OF FOUL DKBD&
ills lif.? was full of .1.u of the black
MM hue, with but few Rood one? to coun?
teract the til Th?? community was tn
a st..?.? .if terror while be lived. Ffiverj
one feared his fiendish eraya, and no one
krnw when be would ?.ma his victim.
Punishment mamad to bava no effecl on
inni. Eta would come back from prison
a as his strip? s were off and would
return to hla ha?uJaffl way?, no one fell
s.if.? around him. if a cow or a norm
crossed his place h.? would often shoot
it down. Redmond was ? ? ?
meana and his whole fortune was spent
in paying lawjn r* This mans bed career
in ?..m when he aras bui ? boy. Some hot
words paaaed between him and hi* oM
father. Shortly afterwards the oM man
was walking along with his uun on his
shoulder, when h?? was suddenly shut
?had by Abb from behind the comer of
a fence. With the aid of the ablest law?
yers this was proven to i>?? in
A NBORO missini;
Later I negro was missing, and after a
short time his body was ploughed op, This
waa proven ?> be the work '>t Redmond,
and with th.? aid of the ablest lawyer?
in the state he got off with a few . tra
in prison. Then cam? the burning of the
11.?si-.? of une of our best citi/.? ns. Red?
tn?.p.? confessed to the burning, but
through technicalities proved that it was
ins own house. Shortly after this the
same man hai a number of hi* barns
burned. Later ? neighbor bad a few
wonts with Redmond, and in ? day or two
four of his horasa were poisoned. An oM
????t? was cui almost to death hy Red
morad, and for this CTMM he gol I w ?
In prismi. When be ?ame back h?? pro?
tesse.I religion, Joined the church, and
pretended to lead % n>w life, but no
sinner were his disabilities removed than
be went bach t.> bla oi.i ways u.? had ?
way of putting his neighbor's hogs into
his held and killing them, along with his
own. ani ? very one was too much afraid
of him to attempt to regain them. These
are but ? f< ? of his many crimes. This
morning, while bui few think his lost
deeda Justified death, air agree it is a good
thing to be dear of euch a chai
Many of the ok! citizens any that now
ii liv.?. bj peace, ? thing not known
to th.m for years. While all g",,.| dtlsens
deplore the horrible deed, rei ..n admit
that it ?s a happy riddano??
lie Addre--.es a I arge Andiene?? aliti ?* ?.???
njpecia] telegram to the Dispatch.)
PBTBR8BFRO, VA., November L?The
Democrat? of Petersburg to-night had an
unexpected pleasure fu the form of a
spenti from Colorii?! Charte? T. O F-t rail,
their candidat.? for Governor.
? ?? to yesterday it seemed that there
would be no span en-making whatever m
ihis ctty during th.? campaign, and this
had produced a had effect upon some of
the rotara, who did not appear to under?
stand it, except as^rr ominous sign.
L'pon very short notice a tim? audience,
composed of repr?sentative Democrats,
gathered In Library Hall to-night and ap?
plauded the Colonel's vigorous, and ? I??
qaenl utterances to the ?
The Oobmel was Introduced by Mr. w.
II. Mella? . OM Of the nominees from this
city for the lower branch of the legisla?
Th?? distinguished congressman and Btxl
Governor then delivered an exceedingly
happy and effective speech, in which he
blistered the Populista who. h.? said.
w?r?? the only pokttcal organisation which
th?? Dem?crata bad to tight In this cam?
I!?? discussed them both Seriously nnl
satirically, and compared th?-ir Itate
tick??! to that of th?? Democrat? la term?
which convulsed the house with laughter.
He ?aid that h?? had DO a|>oli)gles to make
for voting for th?? rapasi of the Mmrmaa
at t. and he predicted an era of great
prosperity following the panic Which hid
recently canead such suffering.
He was wildly applauded for his state
ment that when he was elected Governor
h.? would never i>erm!t a needy Confede?
rata soldler, or the widow of one, to go
to the almshouse He excoriated Boutelle
and th?? Stnrnialis, argued In favor of
tariff reform, paid a high tribute to the
efficiency of Governor McKlnney'a ad?
ministration, and predicted a glorious vic?
tory next Tuesday. The Colon?Is sp? nek
created considerable enthusiasm, and will
have a good effect on the voters of this
CENERAI. LEE IN SHENANDOAH.
lie Makes a Telling Speech Honored by
the \u.li. ?. ??.
(Special telegram to the Dispatch.)
? ? WMA Ft ? ET. VA., November 1.
Oeneral Fttzhugh Lee addressed one of
the largest and moat enthusiastic audi?
ences ever assembled In Polytechnic Hall
here to-night. He waa met at t*e d. pot
by a delegation, and driven to the resi?
dence of L. P. Henkel, where he was
serenaded by the Lee Cornet-band. Many
ladles graced the audience and bands of
music enlivened the occasion.
County Chairman J. N. Pr-nnaman In
Introducing General Lee spoke of hla bril?
liant record aa a soldier, alluded to hla
popularity aa Governor, and when he said
"If the people of Newmarket anil Shen
andoah have their way he will be Vlr
glnia'a next Fnlted States Senator" the
audience were wild with demonstrations
He discussed at length the currency
question, and the fallacies of the Populist
party His allusion to the American sys?
tem of government, and ita influence upon
other nations waa eloquent, und hia tri?
bute to Virginia and Virginians waa
unique and patriotic. Every mention of
Grover Cleveland was loudly applauded.
?ARRIACES IN ALBEMARLE.
Jefferson Inj < lui? A Donatloa to the
i.Special telegram to the Dispatch.)
CHARLOTTES VILLE. VA.. November
l.-The Baptist church was crowded this
afternoon, the occasion being the mar?
riage of M las I.Inda Goodman, on? of the
most popular young ladles of that con?
gregation, to Mr. Albert U. Gentry, aa
estimable and waif-known gentleman of
Uue county. The church waa profusely
?tcosated with growing plants, the work
of the Sunday-school pupils, the bride
having long Ns-n a faithful worker In this
school. The pastor of the church. Dr.
J H Turpln. performed the ceremony.
Th< ushers w.rn Mesera, J. ?'. Matthews.
Herbert Wlngfleld, Krigar Richard* ?nd
Mr. Thomas .1 Wills, ?G this city,
manager ?if the Alliance <'<>-operattve
Store, and Miss BtnHa F Townl-y. "f this
county, were marrld this afternoon at
Trinity church, mar North ?larden. The
csh? rs were Messrs. W. J. Keller and
John W. Flshhurn??. of this city; W. H.
Benin and Harry Marshall, <>r CmsnrMM;
W. O. Page, "f It.it. svili.?, and Mr. C.
S. MoCUe, of Creenwood.
i.KVY DEMOCRATIC CUTI.
At th?? meeting of the .1? ff.-rsnn bvy
I democratic Club. YV I gteele was electe??.
pn-sident. .? ? Murphy, Tire pnaaUnt,
and H. L Lyman, secretary. A resolution
??, ? nesting its members ?> work actively
on the day of eie.-finn, and to be ,t th??
polls with the determination t?> get out
th?? full Democratic vote, was unani?
Mr .1 .1 Civi'n. executor of the late G.
C inibisti, has received a ch?*ck G
In sett!.'ment ?>f the policy Mr Hllbtsh
he|?l In the New Vork l.lfe Insiir.-iiu-e
Mr. .l.ffers.in M. t-.-vy has s?nt his
check f??r ft? to Mayor L. T. Hanck? I
to b? by him paid over to the 1'terimont
Hospital. This amount Is th?? gam
receipt at Montico!? fu the months of
July and AogUSt.
The rematas of Mr? Batti? ?'art.r rnea
Miss Bibb) pa ss,si through beta yest-rOay
for ArrtngtOU, N?lson county, for Int.-r
m?nt. Th.? .|.eease.l la?iy died In ?'lift.m
Forge, tad w is the wife Of Mr SM
Carter, a former efficient poNcemnn In
Upon the Invitation of Mr. Levy, the
Hon. W D. Bynnm, ?>f Indiana, will ad
?lress the voters of this citv next Satur?
day evening The speaking will tak?? pinco
in the Levy Opera-House
At the request of th? Hon. J, Taylor
Ettyson, Captam Mleajah Wisods will
sp.ak In Augusti OOUnty OH SjaSl Thurs?
Captain MlcnJah Wood? and th.? H??n.
John li. Moon addreeaed the voter? ol
Milton this afternoon
Dr. .1. William .Ion's, chaplain to the
University ?>f Virginia, finds that the
church membership Of the students Is
divided as follows: Episcopalians, M; Pres?
byterians, M; Baptists, B; Metihodlsts, Si;
Lutherans, S; Dtosfplea, X; catholic??, IS;
Hebrews, 7 Beeiden church memi >
dents report themselves as sBIWattog :?s
follows: Episcopalians, " Pirshyterfana,
"?7; Baptists, :i. Methodists, $1; Lutherans?
?: Dtodpies, ??
Miss ?- Parrotf, daughter of Mr.
\:> rnard Parrott, terday ai the
.?..f her ? ? ? Free Union,
ag?'?l IX Her funeral and burial took
place to-day at the residence ?>f ber pa*
Mis. i?. Worthlngton died yesterday
near the farm of Dr. John It. Woods, iw
Depot, Bhe ?ras about M y.'.irs ,,f 1(e,'?,
and an English lady. The funeral b>"k
.1 st ? mis church, neat Ivj ? ? -
??it. to lav.
OPENING SOCIAL EVENT.
That opening social ?veal "t the fall sea
Boa, and ?n.? Which piotili ?s to be ?,f
great magnificence .nil enjoyment. Is tie?
athletic ball which is t.? take ? .
the L'nlverslty of Virginia on 'in- evening
if the Sth Instant. Th.? eut. rt.iinnient
win open with s beautiful tableau and the
dan?.f the "cotton-Moom " Th?? follow?
ing are th? ? itroneasea; Meadame? Ba?
yard Randolph, Green Peyton, Howard
Perklneon, Julian Harrison, Paul Barrtn
ger, William Dabnes Beitele de Vere, Al?
beri Tuttle, Jame? M. Oarnett, Noah ?.
M. Bheffey Peters, John Malli ?.
F Berger Moran, William lt. Huris, F.
li. Broom, James Bfeydon, Thomas ?,.
Rosser, M isoli Gordon, Valentine South
ail. Lewis HanckH Frank Maanto, M. B,
Long, Buckle, Hugh Nelson, Lyona, War?
ren, Minor I.II". Robert Mason, l.Uzle
G?nther, and Miss Berkley.
The entire buSttt?M portion of Arana,
\\ is . was destroyed by tir.? Monday
?'ariisi" yesterday api
A. I,. Kyals. of Osorgsl. an km
The principal SflOSSJU of Damascus ha.?
been burned t? ih?? ground, causing a
loss of Sf.SM.MI
Th.? President yesterday sent to the
Senate the p..initiation of George Harper,
? r Georgia, to bo ag-nt for the Indians
it the ('mattila agency, Oregon,
Ik?? Williams, a negro. In Chambers
?county. Alabama, Ulli-I his wif?? Tuesday
night, and th.-n tried to hum her body,
but th.? iir?. went out il? has Bod,
The "in. grist, and saw- mills belonging
to D, W. ltrown. at Brown's Crossing.
Ca.. with ?overa] thousand bushels of
cotton seed and a good deal of cotton,
> irned hurt nluht.
The Dover and Btatesboro' railroad was
sold at public outcry before the court
a in Ststeaboro', ca. yeaterday for
?' t Lockhart, r presenting Au>
pitai. betag th?? pur? baser
At a meeting of the Chartaston (fl C.?
bai yesterda) resolutions were adoptai
om mending to President Cleveland
Judge Charles Bimonton for sppouitmenl
to the United Btatea Circuii bench of the
Fourth Distil? t.
The Dondoli Standard's Berlin
spon hm ?ey? the true official report of
altte ? ?l Melilla stated thai four
inta ani seventeen privates wer?
kill, d and flfte? ? officers and ? ?. nty
?ighl privat"i wounded
Th.? Bonsto r?at?rdajr confirmed the
nomination of Edward I'hl, of Michigan.
to be Assist.mi Secretary of State, and
the following to be < insuii ? Ed Net;
ties, of South Carolina, ut Trieste, Aus
tria; Robert .1 Kirk, of South Carolina,
al Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Loan Committee Of the N.-w Vork
cleoring-houae ??-?ir?<i ti:?? last "f its loan
.? ri ni il lay The total amount
authorized during the recan? financial
trout.?- was $41,4M,6W, and the largest
amount outstanding at any OM Urn ? ? is
; tJOO, on September Sth,
Forty men went to the HuthAr?ordt,?n
?\ C.J jail Tuesday night to lynch WU
mer I >?>??-???t. ? negro isssllsnl <?f a
woman, bul dispersed "ii hnriiug thai the
Sheriff, anticipating ih.-ir visit, had siip
|i..?l the prisoner away, the latter being
taken tirst to*8aelby and then to Char?
lotte for afe-keeptng.
?Uger-tram Bo. !, K?st Tennesse??,
Virginia and Georgia railroad, was
wracked at t'ork station, Misa., venter?
day morning whii?? going at ? biga rat??
of speed, having ?truck a mula on the
track, and been In part turned ovar, and
Fireman Jim Avery was killed, the r?st
of the crew and Iks pssosager?
The Brunswick Relief Association yes?
terday announced, with thanks to the
country for what has been done, thai
further contributions for th?? benefit of
the sli-k and suffering of the stricken
ctt] are unnecessary, the supplies ..n
hand and en rout ? ?
minVletit for all prol,aid? needs.
? Iti. tli.l.n Fete.
Th? Star Ibis.-bu.l Society of Broud
Straat Methodist church w... give a birth?
day fata to-night and lo-tnorrow night A
pl.-asiiig musical programme has I* ? u ar?
ranged and refreshments will be served.
A STREET-PARADE TO-OAY.
I'll, \i.li.-n?. ? G??.-< li lo. \?. nigVoiii|i.in? to
lelt-brate the Award ?if First ?.ran.I
G? ?/.? at the World's Fair, < hi? ago.
Hearing of the claim of another brew.rv
to the award of the first grand pria?? at
th? World's Columbian Kxposition at Chi?
cago for the best beer, over all European
and American competitor?, Mr. F. W
Hoppe, the Richmond agent for the An
heuser-Iiusch lirewlng Association, at St.
Ixiultf, wired his principad? for definite
Information on yesterday.
They promptly wired reply that th?y
certainly la?-1.1 the tirst prise, an.1 Mr.
H..PI-' Is en.it?I? I IS Stato that fact In
positive terms. So he has arranged for
a grand street parade to-day at noon,
to be follow?! by a reception and enter?
tainment to friends and patrons st th?
depot of his company, corner Grace arni
Fnlon streets, from 7 to 1?) P. M.. where
they will he made welcome to celebrate
MANCHESTER VA-, Nov. 1. IMS.
To the Progressiv? Endowment Guild of
America, Rlchinoii?!. Va. :
Dear Sirs.?As the guardian of the In?
fant children of the late Mr. William
Ira Croatie, who held a benefit certificate
of one thousand dollars in the Guild, I
desire to express ray thanks In their be?
half for the very prompt payment of
name. I might add that your reputation
for promptness Is well merited Indeed.
Respectfully, ? C. P. WAL.THALL
Our facilities fur ex? curing all kinds
ot job printing are, u?v?urpassed. Sand us
your orders and you will bo pit??fi with
our work and pitean.
Kr ?durian? ??* 1-w
At a meeting held st ? ?'**** ?. M.
November 1, M?, by the Bos? ? Vi?
rectors of the Colon Brokerage. ?"BW"*
?Ion. and Warehouse Company *^J*lv^
Ing reaolutiona were unanimously *6?***?.
Whereas. It has pleased Almlfhty Ooe
in his Innnltf wisdom to remove euedeaiy
from our midst his faithful serveat ana
our fellow merchant. Adolphus Blair.
ReeotvwL tiret. Thst we bow in hummo
submission1 to the Divine will.
Second. That in the death of Mr. WfJ*
we have lost a kind friend, an honorante
merchant, ami a <'hrl*ttan gentleman,
whose example has done much to elevato
Ibe mercantile buslnesa In this community,
and t? knit closely together In ties of
frl-ndshlp the wholesale grocery trade of
Third. That thla company Is deprived of
th? service* of one of Its most valuablt
members, and that In Mr. Blairs death
our whole commuons I??*? s a valuable
cltlsen ami one whom It can Hi afford to
s (wire. ?
Fourth. That the Board of Directors of
the Fnlon Brokerage. Commission, and
Warehouse Geanpeay tender to his be
reaved family their warmest sympathy th
Fifth. That these resolutions be publish?
ed in the daily |>apera ami a copy sent ta
Thai tht? Boari of Directors at?
tan I th?? funeral services in a body.
'h. That a copy of them? resola*
Homi ha apopad apa? the minute?.
RJ?POLFTIONS OF THE GKOCKRflr
At a meettag Of the Wholesale Crocers?
? ? . of Uichmon.l. Va., held Wed?
le in svenine, NOvemher 1st. ta take
suitable ?. tl.n on th?? death of Mr. Adol
phua Blair, the following preamble an?l
resolutions trata adapts?'!
The ?aiunimeaieal of th?. l.-ath of Adoi
pbua Blair, Ks?> . which melancholy event
took pine?? this morning. Is a shock t?>
the community. His death at any timo
would ??? ? public loss and an occasion of
general sorrow Bui occurring; as It did.
in the prime of Ufe. In the full possession
Of all his funHles. with terrific atidden
I ? terminating ? useful an?l honorable
career, abruptly snapping the closest ani
t? iid. r.st sMoetatlooa the bl>w falls w'th
\r greater force wii ?.? Lowing with
humble ramammo? to th?? Divine ?in."
this association desires to pine?? on record
its high appr?cia tien of him, and its pro?
found mm of th.? void created by hi*
untimely end. W?> reCOgBUM ?is the lead?
ing traits of his moral constltutloti a lofty
coarage, broad human sympathies, gene?
rous Impulses, fidelity to friendehtpa en?
compromising attestane? to principi.?. ?> ?
votimi to duty ill strengthened
and siipporiid bv an unfaltering
faith In th?? Sternal truths of
the Christian religion. Summing it all up.
be waa .? Christ lea geatlamaa, a good and
useful ii'i/.ti in the sacrai home circi?
those rtrtuee wer.? Dluetratad first in th??
faithful -..?. th? ?flVrHormhi i>r.?thr. aai
In matan t ream th?? model husband and
father. In all the relations of lif? h?i
was true and steadfast. As a citiseli.
In war und In peace, h? attested his devo?
tion to his Slate. When V?renla with
drew from the i'nlon and reclaimed In
her sovereignty the? gram? of pavor
.?nee committed to the genet?! govern?
ment, end when thus.? ?rreat ?lueatlona
which had ?o lenii distraeteli the country
Were transferred from the halls of Con?
? th.? Held of hattl.?. Mr. Blair, then
sbOMt J" yean of a?:??. w is among th.?
Aral to map and to the call for defence,
?gainai ? nithssaa invader, tai to offer hii
life on th?? altar of constitutional liberty.
tm ana Of those bloody Beai? an.und Itlch
tnond, now made Immortal by the pobleos?
meiits of th?? Army of Northern Virginia,
in stghi of the ?Hy wher.? his fatkara
for generations had lived -for his aaami
unis Ilk. ,, gold, ? thr.ai through the
Colonial and State history of Virginia?
Mr Blair f. Il hilly wounded whlh? gal
lantt) Bghttag at lbs Ii??.id of Ills regiment.
Whin the war clMSd h?? accepted In gootl
faith the terms made at Appomutto? by
ins great commander, and tin nubs r?w>
lui?? qualities which had distinguished him
as ? S..I Ileo wie now asserted in tho
everyday struggles of life.
When such ;i character Is summoned
from our midst and passes out forever In?
to the gri it ami lolemn mystery of eter?
nit?,?, it is lilting thai those who were
ited with him In the ?tally purnulM
of life should as?amele together and ??????
testimony to the exatted worth which
mad" him honored while living, and take
st. ps t,, pr ? irve as a l.rlght example a
career so worthy Of emulation. Thervfarn
Resolved, That In the death of Adol
phaa Blair, Esq., which sad event took
??...? ,,t his residence, In this city, this
morning, November I, UN, this community
no I? ss than thi? MM elation has sustained
a heavy loan
Resolve?!, wcond, That we tender to his
bei tved family the assurance of our
Ilesolv.d. third, That aa further evl
deace <>f reaped to his memory that this
association will ait? nd bla funeral In ?
Resolved, fourth. Th.it a copy of the*??
resolutions be seni to hla family ami
published In the dnilv pap?in of this city.
OPTICI OP rili: cniti:i> BANKINQ
AND B1 II.DING COUPANT,
Nov. -nber I. l>M.
At a m-?? ting Of the Board of Directora
ii?ld this day to take action upon the death.
? ?? Mr Vlolphm Iti tir, on motion It was
Resolved, That the Isiard haa leurne-l
with profound regret of th?? death of our
associate In the h? ill.
Resolved, That our company baa au*?
tallied a serious loss In hla death, for hn
was ?'V?t ready with his wise, counsel
and liberal views to promote Its welfare.
Resolved, That Individually the member*
of thla board have In hla death lost a
friend, faithful and true, ami on?? who
could always l>e relied upon.
Beanliad. That t copy of thee??, resolu?
tions be sent m the sorrowing family
and that they Im published In the dally
peper? W J. JOHNSON, Chairman.
Samuel S. Flam. Secretary.
Th?? atore Of Four.jurean, Price A Co.
will h.? . tosed to-day on account of the
?Lath of Mr Adolphus Blair, brother of
Mr. J. Harvt? Blair, of this firm.
A Cart I.
Having purchased all the order-books of
th.? tlrm of T. J. Nixon A Co., eonuutftig
mamamm Of shirt* and drawers, w?? ars?
preparad to duplicata any order ever irtled
by that firm. S. ? BlSHoi*.
Manufacturer of Fite.? Dress Shirt*.
KJ\ east Main str.et.
W. A. II ?,? oioii.l ? I.,, la t.
will open On Wednesday, November ?at,
at at? east Main etreet. a l.run.h cut
?oar?? store, where a good assortment of
lavan win be kept.
Aha! Yea, that is it.
What'' Leaders In Furniture
Wh.r-.' ;i| and 711 east Broad street.
Wim' ITDNOR A IICNDI.K?.
S.rnl your orders for election tichela?
to tha Dispatch Company and you will
get them promptly. Piles? low.
Mantels, tiratas, and Tiling, in annona
styles and low prices, at
John B.iwaaa'e. Governor etreet,
Orders for printing sent to tra? G>??
patoa Company will be given prostpt at?
tention, and the style of worn ami prteee
will be aure to pleas?; you.
He?? Ion ? lea ?is.
(send order? to the Dispatch Company
and have them printed promptly, and
Violeta in great abundance at
mond's. 107 east Broad street.
?or Ossr Pifty Yeats
Mrs. Winslow'aSoothing Syrup baa 1_
used for children teething. It soothe? the
child, softens the gums, sllays all palp.
cures wind colic, snd Is the best remedy
for diarrb.i a. 23 cent? a bottle.
Qaa> and Electrio-Chudeljan M4
Qtobea. New designs end low price*.
No. 7 Governor
pallila?* nig*s?iMe ??*?
la a valuable aubstitute for tea or
It nourish**, while they only stimulate
A superior drink for chikhrva ami mo
nervous and delicate wosnuk It hi differ??
ent from all other cocoaa
naataviao ??irn~fg Thaw ?? aa ejajak*
1 ?nica m? rlcbiy tiessi rea ima
j of the eomaoaiiy ss ??>?G??
cuas. Taoss soflertog foom_ _
arouoatsl Dw eases, rimyjfca, ami Osaka. ?heuM
trytbeea. Price '??mm,
l*ef Dyspeysaa. *l
?enere ese avowal