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FRIDAY MORNING Ot TOBI
Wi; christen our penny paper with th<
familiar name in Journalism to in
neat'- that it- spirit ahall be repre
? mt itive ol the advanced ideas of Ihi
lV. and thal wc will furnish OUl
re with an unprejudiced report ol
the happenings of each day withoul
, ,,1V interest but thal of truth.
I ,., of the conservative ele
neats ol all< lt-,and with the purposi
ol promoting healthy public opinion
wc ned only the support of the com
?,?? icet sa in which tin
minia will be benefited ai
il ..ur enterprl
j \f Pi w is, the business mana
I>\ii.y Timbs, has undertakei
ir which character, ability, am
?nit of -lie
/ dent li id the righi ol ua\
nd t . real deal of new- hat!
1'ni om Mi lliw n i as th<
er will be kind enough
to think ? lie difficulties of getting ont
hi ooi>, ol Missouri,
: i'i a I democratic machine
*ith Repi iean wheels."
Ul nds, playfully called by the
ribald i lers, Saint Jerome, was re
tor 'l,i- week.
Ijii i lear exactly if the Knights
? j must decide qui
(lier the real ofthepeople of
AJnerii h <? ha\e .
I ? Bump
un maying thal he
li u* ! i |hh1, tho . -ii I bat is the size
of td idition.
I i lison hy boycotl i- like thal
ae 'i the opera \\ herethe pirati
al the head ol his \ ctim
kick, have mercy on as!"
Tm. n .n- in Riddlebergers i
I brokering as other
i lions con netted a itfa the debi
the sooner thal is under
rn ibor adjourned on
alic.- having performed
ircus acts, w Inch were not
nd knightly as might have
1>< opie w ho complain of -I \ i
lie dishonest ringsters, and
ia! change on the
punishing them, see how
Melin, ii i n
Tiir. man who ha- to toil with his liand
for a living oughl to relied thal the capital
sf bit employe! jives bin the toola and ma?
lena! ol his trade, and thal a.- soon a- Hie
Knights ot Labor assail that capital it is
apt to he withdrawn from hu-iic
It may hj pear al times thal thc Demo
ratio canvass Jags i little, bat the truth
that the Republican canvass won't till
at all. There is no wind heeausc Uteri
are no boodle or promises, and no orders
from Washington for the colored brethren. I p<
Richmond has sometimes faltered a
little in her traditional allegiance torin
fanning element of Ins State willi whici
she i- ao closely allied in business and
with the'ie- of friendship and kindred
bul thc crowds thal tilled the -treet- thi
week gave token of renewed Interest in
tin- yearly meeting <>f the a_rri< ulturi->t
The display el the grounds in all thc
branches of Industrv wai good, and tin
-how of horse flesh creditable,
Tin- Virginian vvho doe- not love ?
race is not really of hi- clan, a tait that
Ii a part ot the State - histor} i and thc
Lair Association should, therefore, fostei
thal branch of the exhibition
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND /A THI
The cordial hut superficial greeting Ol
th.- crowd lo Mr. I m v u vm. i- hut 8
Slight exponent ot the re;.; -
In the .'ir-' place they know thal Uno
\ ? i; i ,m? headed tl ? rescue
of the country from a criminal perversion
ol our tree institutions. In the second
plait- they recognize him a- all 1
man who real nerve and tin
inestimable gift of common
Thirdly, th- j il with Mr. I i -
nt, I" use tin- common
but " the count
I poh\ T OF ETIQl ETTE
\ | .-, in a Washington papei
,,? '\ ,y slated that Mi-- Dvvi^
would he one of lin- party to receive Mr
and Mrs. < i i v ? i wu.
When il was announced that Mrs.
i mam \M> would not come, the report
flew around i>v\ ta's expected
Etiquette," -ay- thc highest autho
"i- based on i ommon tense.1
We hope the reputed reason oj M
i i i,v i i.\m>'- absent - ii w rt
that of the whole Al
il the pell
! the Radicals.
The tin - bappilycl >rth<
betti r, and Mr. Clevei \m? is one of th<
principal factors in the r\\ ,
We want the workingmen ol
id to take ..ur papi r in order' thal
i bey i ?ay be correctl} informed of thi
character of the facts, men, and
thai constitute thi in flu en ci
move and control social and political
affairs. We wish to pul the questions
?hat arise between th ? two elements of
busim -- on a cold judicial trial by practi
cal reason, and to call attention to the
peculiar our free govern
ment and the opportunities it affords as
compared with the institutions of other
countries and of p
To ile associations formed foi the
elevation of manual ! .
cordial support ; but for those that pro?
mote tv tanny and cultivate communistic
fallai ball alway- hav a clear
and positia e denunciate
Sn; Knight Lin um w, w bo intered in
hi- address that hi rrible sentiment ol
communism, ha- been rewarded with a
post Of honor and a high -alary
v ill th.- workingn ?-n of Richmond
sider gravel} the rea! character of such
acts ami determin ? whethi rtheleaders ol
such an order are dealing fairly with them
to point the way Straight in the path . ?'
*- an ii be that passion can overpowei
?n, justit*! and common
a- to create a popular feeling iii one
Of worker- that init-l involve the most
tyrannical class-rule by people who
tend to opp.w,- that ver\ thi,
Lin hm vs -.dil in Iii- uulress thal the
.it- ot Labor wantew the earth ami
incant to hav e it. /'
IL' also delivered , an opinion to the
sffeel thai if thi.- fnodesl demand
efiiM'il i: might cc st the lives <?t -? yeral
inndred thousand) nun in th.- same
is the r.\rcutioif.'of the eighl Anarchists
Afi.-r this Mfr. Lin hm v\ i- elected to
?nc o! the principal offices in th.- ordet
?I' the Knighlsof Labor.
Ons ol tfhe Socialist speakers in advo
stingHimbi 0bobge, said: "Socialism
leanathaA the Government should take
isiojm ot' the railroad-, telegraphs,
?lephonCs. ferrie-, and all ot her mean-of
ransponnation, a- well aa tin- prohibition
f convirt labor by contrad lystem, and
"? repeJu of the Conspiracj law."
Tiik f Ww York Timm >ays tlint Mr
i.mm-M i- merely trying to tickle the
ipulanj car when he prates about reform.
We concur in the opinion expressed bj
the stn tr that the charge brought strain**
the police of this city by Ponce-Justki
Richardson ought to be investigated with
out unnecessary delay.?-Ditpatek,
Right. The charge of Judge Rh haw
-on i- direct againsl somebody, and it wil
tn i boomerang onless the parson impli
cated is named and the transaction in
Tin. " Sobranje" of Bulgaria propose*
to . hiv Russia and Turkey both with tin
chance of being mashed between thc two
while the final result to Turkey would b?
destruction hy a breach of faith on tin
part ot tie < /.ii That tier,- should he .1
10 operative arrangement between tin
< zar and thc Sultan, :i- reported, i- a- cn
' rio.; >! tuc Bulgar! rn I
lature. Some think that the Sultan i
playing a bumoro m Russia which
In- leal ned tr..ir, M - " I I I
A BB tn S ll ? i ? ayn thal Hi
1.1 ol-...? - theory 1 - ile- Demo?
cratic idea of liberty ind that we must
. i' w - of theorists
who have had no experience in the prac?
tical business of life, and whose idea- are
ri in an
labits of thou
Tu .1 uni one bogus one I
? in later da} - M1
Fll l.Mom wa- pre-, nt al thc lavin
\\ ashington mon?
ti in 1851 and Mr. Lim oLK in 1865,
\\i\] ~,: But a good ra
v been in Richmond a ithout
hij!i_ on , -it. because thc, wen in the
l / /''. KXIJ OF rm i,,\ ti: COI h
Tlc /'./-//-?// ought to copy iii prettj
in its Sunday edition
n a time lhere wa- a farmer
it that his establishment con
ld, alter tli!i,kinLr
time lc called np the big
(1 tO Ililli :
J 1 dOl h. and t lie
A ! ' proudly, and dis
1 - answered
; and there
roi e, and
I allow an extra
dn ' I can
lb ' 1 bi .1
nhl in w I
elected lo the
the Male w ho ..
a debt payer? The answei
ommon 1 bj
? an impossible t.
So, instead of informing the people of
the moral aspect of a question, the
i-' to follow popular sentiment without
\cii Keeing thal it musl chang) whenthi
truth i- kiioA 11.
IT fortunate that such a
should occur as the firing on Ihe mob l>\
the I'i.nki.1; io\ police, bul ii is noi
certain whether the blame belong
tin crowd of -trike!-, or to the polio
all of the latter declare thal the I
was I" /un by the strikers. If the re
uponsibilitj ls with the police it i- ex
1 remely beavj. for their first
?ol ami act only bj order
Mi. < 1 Ky bland told Assistant A.ttor
a 11 -o\ that the interprets
tion ol his order against the perform
rd political work by officeholders could
be left t<> common sense
Richmond gladly open- her
ia\ to thi Preaideni of the United States
Sever had she a guest more welcome
Her jico1 le aIiow him not only ai the
Chief Executive of their country, hut a
:i man who ha- the honesty and ihe coiir
age to do what he believes to be righi
Mo this eventful day be remembered for
years to come 1 enc of the most imprea
live in thu bietoiy.?HlttU if guter
That marriage In 1 -hop window i
aothini icowboj In Um West catches
In's bride from the prairie w lid- his horse
i- at full -peed, and forces a parson, nt
ile pistol s mouth, to marry him OB h
SPECIAL AND PERSONAL.
t Bomba and dynamite were found Ifl I
? j church in Chi* air"
The gubernatorial minstrel eampaifi
in Tennessee is -till on the hoop.
lien. Sheridan succeeds Ger*. Hancock
as Commander of tin- Loyal Legion
When Governor Lei and iii two aidi
appeared yesterday it was Hkea transit ol
Solicitor-Genera] Goode's tall and pori
. ly form wa- seen al the K\rh inge Hotel
When Bismarck in his youth wai
denied a bell, be tired a pistol as i lignal
lia -' i".ant.
Tin- canvas covering the face ol the
Bartholdi statue look- from the hay like
a hanker, hu I bu| II '? - ty feet a
Madame Valda is thc nexl star in the
itic Arma n ade her debut
this week in N"" ? li'* Louisa
irmei Iii rerley, of Fauquier, wi
cognized imong the distin?
guished personages by his florid face and
ideas un Iiearine
The Chicago Xem says the Republican
vernor of Minni
wear That is a polite bid for
thc woman suffragans
The lead in Spanish papt saj
satisfactory nding bas been
?-. achi'! on the difflcull question
commercial treat} with this cout
y George ( lub
in New York, under the alleged auspices
of the newspaper nun moredeftl
iiiti' account before il can be a boom.
The national gathering of the Broth
. i of Locomotn e Engineers,
call- the country's attention U> an
intelligent and patriotic bod} of men
(rood exat pry time they -pt ak.
The addn -- Ol Colonel M lie
fore the Association of the Arm} of
Northern Virginia last night gave gen
satisfaction to the veterans whic
older than v\
up the ran
When v' \ -on pla} " .'
absurd, for tl much
' omni rn sense ns sin I
The official explana
in tin- pr. -ran,nu- of I ' *"riP
i! private all::: . >'
must accept ti . ? '"' ?'"
- wn -ak- resident -
>i | >l -"k the
K j th .him. and it
red 11'.a rd in'_r J
Rh hue.nd. w a mern- !
: . iel'. '
mu li i ! the majoi
..f 1,1- irdei emfoi ?<? hi - i :ial eqi
'1 i. I ocomph te the prol
?vid. at \\ hit* ;
rdly dry 11 nice
ii ntended to bi
?l,. Saprett thia com
and all ?
- under the will ^
are mi-; .??'!:;. |
for the trial - '
which liegins tonia; : * expect) ? that
three e consumed in
jury, .md thal the trial i ? will rn
1 arne-t until Monday. But
Ma k w il! z<> to his dungeon '
S. S. ''os w bo -Ind tin
h-'hi i Sunset over the rich
ol tl , our Minister to Tin
i- noa visiting hi- native land to s ??
whether 'tis not better to return to c. n
'? r in the voluptuous and
lUXUrl of the Sultan'- court al
Bomen! when the soft dream ol
p? ?? , broken lo wai
Henry '.nee the private secre
' Uld tia tai l that, i
timate relation, be non holds
teem, is one ol the bi -t
?mal- -'f hi- ? ? Mic important
n for which they are iM.th candida!**
Where, oh, where i-1he grammar ..li
mr ot the Ditpatek, to ask which oi the
two candidates ia entitled to the alleged
'1 he tub* riptiom to the Daili Timbs
that hav. been paid in advance will be
rated according to the regular rate from
the t arri. - -
'I her" is no u-e in dJsCQseias the nnea
tion whether Mr.Cleveland is a candidate
for a set omi term. The only question I-.
Will he secure thc nomination??JV >'
11'iW TH KY Mil
TDK Kl I I OK Ml IN
i \\l> Ills |i\NI> Mool
rv \ ona
[From tile New V
Kn iimo.mi. V \., October
of Leisure have proved tin
rro! the Knights of Labor.
work thar the former mav I
have do Interest which t
bound to respect. They anj
are yet unaware of it. hut tfl
ening i- approsi bing, lt nn'i^p
delayed Inn for the rc Un--pal
clique which at present ha-*1
throat, but these men haw
od. so utterly shameless t.
? ?ii the management as '?
for their own downfa
- irv to qi* I- Knights of I
1 li neral Assembly ba
\ \i tv Y..rk Knigl i sop
i he I.Ile A Idermeu rai
Another Ni-w-'Voi-k Kui
i lated what noihii
tended this I
\ . j..
? I thin
the j .??. i d' - for whom w
c, ,i ody
j ni pat nv for lab
rule titi- alleged Lab
lim- they ha\ ?
which .-'nie of tin
Hie nile or ru
and those who bavi
lamentably in tin
; a !'?.!?_
I'l ii m?i\*,r<
' an lift e\
- only ne
pient of the orv
lil I'M Ile ?
-till th'.-die* i
fy uave not '.lily tl
to muzz ll
.,r ,\ In. ii. i" the V
M. Ililli, IV ??f
tenants it. a i I
/r ,?,mplatvn?v '
Mi,i\,,|e|e^lt' ? I
?i,l.rk. but lat.
; I'OWUlTli ?..-.
Irk with their
? ,.,, revolt among the di I
^^ ; he i nat rm
>y i i..'it\
.i ion :
iel by th''*
? I I .;? I?. "ll t in 'ill' -li.'ll
Wkerna. We '?. lieve thi
lei- ill tilt -
Ixsemhly v ill :
>e! rh. ll- ;
-? .in li< .ii ?
. ? - in
edmg upon ties
on the q
ii.."> becami t|
louth, winch (tiUorii
ind that 1
? in .'
.1 he waa tl
?ii. Southern :
ntion without ri
iail a - ..lim,.' .;!,?t
' K i
i-* ni 1 UM(j t|
:.!;??>'??!"? that ,1
mit Jr imh
1 !l 'an:/a
;'- 'oujation is
grsn <4?K en,
union* iSa nfc violent nena\
this mat.?( t||eoml.iii.
"I'prcsS, ,,f ,*o|m,K
i ne ?Mfaj
ii. .ii- in the fir
connie I Ul
sin- i?- tl
violent miih t.
li I CS
il ttl '
sets soi to h
N.-w. ig,| i
. ... .11 ot it.s >,
ls , Suiuatioi! li
tion jt ?
. , ..id ,
kth a' hi-*
during th past
to Save it tbfj
m chairman of
his ! art ttf the
?minuter w th this '
"atehi I ar Cleveland, it was
ll to i nt off the avalanche <-f I
inion in -!,- swoop
jtri.e to thi
;,.ir tue ir.n ?.
? i' t later than rix! J
l ' ?:? l. .- I thal l'?l
? ' t? t ie l.nal . J
..- hem nstroctl
gai ? ?'
r dh-d Uki elsy ul
v follow the lead
.-ii the ?
? twice a- 1 '
[? the other il
i'.l gave it I
ilk of the ? I
. itne to hi
,.i bul thi
. ost ol
do it. The ?
will be -i'h
-a Knights of I ,
j dent thal b< tl i ti
? l-v ' nu
. ? i - '!
th 'hen- .
I a tom
?i tl ff
: ii rr
rn of th
nights tall in tl
?hlon. Still I'owderl
?mn.n is h ?. n?mio
id by if to tin- !"?
?Jed ont nf order, bi
i m ?!;
>w. The question
I lit' H..m.- (
ai >? of the two mt
nani, w hos
-dav. They wen
i. Powderl} mi
t- had ? ver) ? ? ?nti<
ell.Tal L'\eellli\ e 1
lt i- th
? li 0
- will bet
! be -
1 an ii
">'.('!.. -i . '.[..-ra'i
ir..! this year, I
^ * .. were elect
ted for thi
a tpi ?-. I. after wai
e, he .-alii, in th*
ol a m.-a I er ?>! tl
rd indubit in liqi
'"'"I up kid pkg
mawotal abstafcen* d /??
ieir fenns ..(' ..itul l'?.w?lerlv -efrrrfl
'h ..I the .1 r a- Wotifcrftj
lenired |iea<Iniiong all l.fl..r< gan
I'owderl \ i uplained ortho! eelmj
li r'. ii , id sjH-rU i ii Uv i silo
f..-email < .r;
- ttl lol IL- - atilt ' .. \\\\
I ? h..Veil! llpm
to i the Stok
ih w lad
iiU ? Ki. 11
uti- ?n?- ?'
try dia '
?a s ot
>r.i.- v ?;**
"? if il
to'V ? ri. >
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