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M MBER ii. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1888. ONE CENT
tim: daiia times.
tSDAl '?' l< IBER 28
lIMF.S ls ..-. , (),
M. N' Myt:- 100 Bast ;?
W |811I> I'"!'
-i-tl lin- tragedy.
ll tlic Tel
to be . Iven b*j the Pi Iflce uii
Princess of Walesa! Sandringo
The Reading I Penn.) [ron Worki bas
.-Mal the pay of all ol' ii - operstivee
\ late dispatch reports the arrival of
ihe President and party in N-w York.
Thi Bast Tsui ?n (Ma M Md Colony
iron wuk- were destroyed by Ure jrestei
\ bad freight wreck i- reported on the
wilie \. \\ Albany and Chicago rail?
The Penn iron work- of Lanca
. bas inert ased the ol ita
"i elloM i'-\er i- reported at Biloxi,
The place ia eui off and no n<\\ b
National Brotherhood of Locomo
ed .ill of their
.-:ii ii!!i. '
iiolic .Mi-iil in lin- face of Mrs. Dillabaugh,
badh' bu rn i ni* ber.
The town of Pocahontas, Va.,
tyed by fire, and one man
bcd in tin (lan
Md 'all. an < Ontario (( anada I
official, ! >nded to the United
- u itli lui*, of " boodle."
Ii i- d thal most of the prelates
al ilic l Convocation are in
-ii- nf Labor,
intelligence bas been received from
Pori Arl ri it storms on Lake
i damage to shipping.
mmission as District Attor
the Northern district ol New
\ Yul'!*;, addn
in Newark, N. J.,
* in Philadelphia
: rain on the Peni
oil hi- mouth
tir ticket cai
tl the independents
A tl ' wm th ol'
ry belon /i-m of a < in
cinnati firm w - ?! from Wakona,
Mo., to Kansas City Saturday on the
Tin ? i'al of the anny w ill
pointed I be Presidenl re?
The name of " lied Top" baa been
Qed to Pretty Prospect, the I
! dent's country pla
Very few department eli rka are
? to vote. Under Republican rilli
were all madt
There will be no assistance from W
tr in i be shape of campaign
funds. Seven days From election there
. i be city thai
the Treasury and iii" District t om
i missioners as to a reporl on $500,000 ap?
el for I he I listriet by Con
; The Commie report, and
iarv wan! i to make them. The
smells a ?
port from the chief of the rail
I i here ai 371
lines in opel
> who - and 1,709 apart
I h of
I ? .iliiiLr
unmitted, or one ?
? tmenl confirms the in
ibled from Madrid thal the
and Spain have
l until Januai
to discriminating dutii
ninst imports Inti
, Porto Rico underthe L'nited
Oppi*-- ?t t" Ot??"
? tiii- city are opposed to I ?
and consider I
NKWSV MIT KS.
\ l> \V< DOINGS \^ WIRED PROM TIIK
TROPICS IO TIE POLES.
*\ H -cord of tl,.- World's I lap*
aiut M i-L'ili~ by
I .-ll- T IJlll.
A Cloan Sweip.
Baltimore, Md., Octol
municipal election held in ihi- city to?
day resulted i:i the Democrats carrying
every ward in this cit) and sending the
??min' tn :iiciliii<'ii in the City
Hall. The majority in the ?
13,000. Mt. Roberl
nmir. . Wo I six Ol
u;is nnowed under, nol one of his candi
? lected. In 11 ' om
(where the ll": J \ L. Findlay is
re-election as an independent) the
I lemocral ic majority n
I'll i sri r?, Pa., < ictober 27. The
Hon ' I Blaine left this city on a
special train atBo'ciock this morning.
Hi- ; el is through the I
sylvania anthracite i
lour will occupy two 'lay-, during which
lime Mr. Blaine will maki Bixtei n
Bl line-'- Gamea Blocked For Awhile.
Pittsri ' October 21
special train carrying II<im. Jami
Blaine and party to the easti rn pail of
the stiii!' in addition to ' hour
late in i urg, was delayed
ral hours by a freight train wreck ai
Boar Creek, jusl easl of Johnstown.
This ia in \ ay anolher start
was made. < >n reachingSonnman station,
ninety-five mile** from Pittshur . the
? itifil thal Inn tons
ai Kittaning Point.
ecial are also detained by the
li will : hours of labor to
G- On the Stump
Hill l?-li here Ibis morning to be the |
ernor Hill will lie folio I Ion. J. G.
Blaine al the same place Saturday even
< >n Th. even < lovernor
Hill was mocratic ratiii
i ? st isl i it, Pa., ' Ictol The
Penn Iron Iron Company of this dtj has
notified its employees of an advance in
- from si'.i'ii to ?*-;: i*o per ton for
puddling beginning November 1st, and a
corresponding advance to the heaters snd
An Increase of ten per cent, has jiut
been granted i" the employees ol the
I ron W orks to take effect next
Indicted for Conspiracy.
Plymoi i m. M isf ii .?; The
grand jury to-day indicted Peter Mi
. e, of Lynn, and William Boki
ni Salem, for conspiring against the linn
harli - I [arlington & i o. The de?
fendants, representing the Knights of
Labor, t-anu- to Plymouth and ordered
oui the nun employed by F. P. Emery,
hool and ihoe dealers,until Emery agreed
not to n-.' Harrington's leather. The
case is without a |>rec< deni ii. tin
Worthy Ot ted.
S i u Vork, ' Ictober 27. The election
of officers st the < !oni ention of th
tiona] Bi >d of L-ocomotivi
. resulted in the ri election
of th<' gentlemen who have filled the of?
fices for the | - terms a fol
Grand < 'liief I I'M .'< rthur, of
i. Spi o; First < rrai
Harry ( 11 lyes, of
. stanl En
Wu mu 'KL., < Ictober 21 it
the result of a conference yesterday
r\i nil ? heb i mployers the i
mills u ho struck
yest< rd disci eof one
of their number returned t>> work thi>
A Horrible Death.
Br izil, Ind
, under toi I ile at work in the
ry in the Ni. kel-Plate mines at I
i'w?? others were injured.
Lo i ? Ind., 0 1 i
nt th \ ' ."lilli -
, the i
Desolation and Death.
I.vm nr.i in.. Va., October 87.?The
thrifty little mining town of Pocahontas
wi-* to-day again th?' leone of diaaater
and death. cVbonl '-' o'clock this morn?
ing tin- iraa discovered in the kitchen of
one of the principal botela of the place.
There i>*-1n -_r no Dre department the
llamei were quickly beyond conti ol and
spread rapidly, almost entirely deatroy
iii:: the town. A- many a- sixteen husi
iii'--* bqnsea wiri' burned, inrln<lin_r two
leading hotels. Mr. Joe Baber, a
former merchanl of thi- city, perished in
the flames, with a number of others that
have nm a- yet been found
Burned With Carbolic Acid.
(ni. \ ..i i Ictober 37.* A fen rhu
W. II. Dillabaugh loaned hi- brother-in
,\. ,1 -M. Last night Mra
Dillabaugh called ai Spencer's bouse to
get the money. Mrs. Spencer advised her
husband io throw Mrs. Dillabaugh ont.
He caught Mrs. Dillabaugh by the throat
ami choked her imiil her screams aroused
tin* hon-.-. Then throwing carbolic acid
in ln-r faci. burled her from i be room .\
gentleman who roomed in the house i
to her rescue and aided ber in removing
the acid from ber face and clothing.
Though the fluid remained bul a fe* mo
ments upon ber flesh, her face waa em
vri'ly burned, and she wa- nearly blind?
ed. Spen irrested.
Sad Encl of a Revolution.
\ , w Orleans, October 27.?Advices
from Puerto Cortes, Honduras, are to the
the lOth instanl General
11 ido, Lieutenant-i Colonel Buda, i .om
mander Miguel lorie/, and Lieutenant
Gobrue Loyeno were taken from prison
at Co i and -hoi, in act ordance
with tin- sentence pronounced by a mili?
tary court-martial. General Delgadi
hi- comrades wen- leaders in the recent
flllibustering expedition that descended
upon the coast of Honduras in the inter?
est of ex President Soto. < 'ontrary to
tlnir expectations, the people did not
favor the revolutionary movement, and
I hey Were quickly capt ll ?.'e. 1.
Veil a* I over at Biloxi.
V' : ? , There [fl
-onie anxietj here about the situation at
Biloxi. No word a received by
the papers hereabout the yelloM fevi
that place fo I wires
are working all right, li ia conjectured,
he ' correspondents have been in?
duced by the citizeus of the town not to |
?end oul reports. Biloxi i- completely
-hui off from all communication with the
of the world except by wire, the
quarantine being absolute. This is like
e lllllil lhere inii
a Ghastly Find.
Baltimore, Md., October .'.' M
Long, an oyster dredger, told the distrii'
attorney this morning thal on Wednesdaj
bi -aw a schooner in Hongo river, Mary?
land, with all -ai'- set,and on boarding
her found the bodies Of lour men, ap?
parently Germans. One bad heep >plit
open, the oilier shot. There waa no
li\iriLr person on board. Long is a re?
liable man. He could not decipher the
name of the schooner.
The Law's Delays.
B i I.oi i j, < n toiier 27. Judge V ?
Wagoner has extended until January Isl
I lu i imo allowed to the counsel for M
well, the murderer of Preller, and for the
Chinese "highbinder" murderers to pre?
pare transcripts of evidence in Meir trials
for use on an appeal to the State Supreme
Court. The condemned men bad been sen?
tenced to be banged on November 15th.
And You'll Rememb. r Me.
S w Fr iki is< ".( m .. < lctober2'i B ll
. a well-known -tock broker,
formerly an intimate friend of Rawlson,
.?uni for sixty Ave year- the executor ol
ites, has left the city, and
porti d to 1 ' . onded to ai ?id the oe
accounting for property which
in has managed. He i- said to he in debt
i Dungeon Cell.
Paspi hi \< Qi brec, 4 ictobei
ringleaders of last winter's bread riots,
w hiih resulted from the failure ol
? ti-hi' ? have been convicted and
need to terms of imprisonment rang
i months to two j
A Lynching | roi table.
( ii \; i Anni. \. Tins.. < l-ctober
Will Elackersmith, a an lil ii1-1
near Tullahoma was shot and killi il yea
y bj a man named Arthur Will
The crime was the n a trivial
rel in w bicfa \\ illiams was I
Ile will be lynched it' captured.
Th ( ithulin Convocation.
Bal hmo::' . Mn., Ot All the
bishops w ho are to take part in the
ferenci are here to-dati The first -??
d v. ill be held thia i
'. hen th, t,,w nnivei Uti w ill ; i
--..I. I he attitude of tnt
church toward the Knights of I.a hoi- maj
ap i tr i day or tun.
TIIK FRENCH DELEGATES AND THEIR
I ''Mii'j; Ni'W l iirk--.\t'nv;il . >t* 1 he*
Presidential Party to Witneran
i lie* Un veiling Xi>? I ray.
Sew jfoBK, October 87.?The City
Hill, resplendent with bunting and
of all nations, \\as the scene to-daj
formal reception to the French delegates,
when the freedom of th*' city wa-* pre:
sented to them.
The hour appointed for the reception
wa- tine o'clock, bul the disagreeable
weather was a decided drawbsck to the
ceremonies,snd it wss two o'clock before
the affair began.
Mayor Ghra< e presented M. Bartholdi
the delegates to the president of the
Board of Aldermen in the chamber of
the Board, which was beautifully deco?
rated with Hags ami emblems. The
?r made a short address of welcome
in behalf of the Common Council of New
York, and alluded to the prominent
par! France had in establishing our lib?
Thc clerk read the resolutions grant?
ing the freedom of the city to the French
guests, and M. Bartholdi answered the
M. Bartholdi spoke in English, with
some difficulty, and said: "I am deeply
moved by all tin- kindness shown mc by
your people. It I look at my work I
('?ri somewhat averse to accepting bo
much honor, for I cannot forget my fel?
low-helpers in thai city, for Bach i must
I lt- a ? followed by M. Deschamps, \\ ho
spoke in French. He compared our city
government to thai of Paris, and -aid
in- intended to note om- peculiar In
? ion-, and, If possible, introduce re?
forms in tin- municipal government of
Paris. After the Mayor had signed the
resolutions granting tin visitors the
dom tit tin- city thc meeting adjouined,
and tin' company left the < itv Hall with
tin- Mayor to make a tour of the city's
re ot th,. Prenltient.
W ishing roN, D. C. < Ictober 27. The
President's party, who will assist in the
inauguration of the Bartholdi Statue in
Nevi York to-morrow, left Washington
this afternoon at 3:50 o'clock, and expect
to return by midnight Thursday rhe
party <?? insisted of i be President, i bt
nt ar.-ot State, Secretary of the Navy,
Postmaster-General, and Colonel Lamont.
| Si rm,il Dispatch. I
I Ul PR1 -HU A I l\ MW YORK.
Neb York, <h lober 27. The pres!
dentis] party reached Jersey < Ity at Jfclfl
P M.. The trip from Washington i
without Incident, and bj bul few brief
-top*- were made then wss no opportu?
nity for demonstration. Quite a crowd
had gathered at the station in Jersey
city to s,-,? ihc distinguished party, hut
the President, accompanied by thi
tion-maater, and followed by Beere
taries Bayard, Whitney, Lamar. Post?
master-General Vilas, and Colonel La?
mont proceeded directly to cari
which were awaiting them. Secretary
Whitney will entertain the party to-night
at his residence on Fifth svenue.
A Ride To Death.
Madison, V-J is. Oi tober .'. The I
bound passenger train on the North?
western I'.-1 ! collided with a wild engine
play iii a deep cul fifteen miles
of herc. Henry Schwenk, who was Steal
in_ a ride, was crushed to death, and
three rail i - were badly hurt,
uiie, it i- thought, fatally. The engineer
of the \\ lld engine, \\ bich was bm
jumped after reversing the lever, bul
so the tender was thrown
upon the engine of the passenger train,
and the locomotive broke away and
dashed eastward with no om-on board.
Ii ranyo Verona, about -iv mile-distant,
where it was -inplied, li w,-i- said thal
thc blame attaches t<> the engineer of the
< Im ' ? i . < ictober "-ir. -Sam
ucl .1. Mit all, accountant for tin-< h
Trust ami Insurance Company, Ib re?
ported to have fled to the united States
a ith severs! thousand dollar- belon
to the company.
A Telegraphic Conncilntau.
Baltimore, Oi tober2^ \ mon other
councilmen elected is Cha elden,
ntendi nt of the Baltimore
and < Ihio ph, and this, too, i'.
of iiu' fact thal for years the ward has
Ri publican majorit.
A Fa e.ti Beauly.
Easton, Pa., Octobei ?.?; J inn Di
lanty, who seven ?? ? married
Forepaugh's $10,000 prize beauty, com?
mitted suicide \ estenlsj near I- lemin
N .1 His body waa terribly mangled by
rain. Mental aberration, csuaed bj
financial troubles, !? d to suicide.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Rt ?I vs CRUISERS -in I ro VAR1J
Bl I'ii UMBI no, < ii lober 37 ?The '?*"
tiri.if .J/..,*. . u The anarchy which
prevails in Bulgaria prevent-the t.iis.*-*i:in
loti-ul- from protecting the lawful in
terestsof Rnsalan residents After <len
eral Canlban had left Varna several RiiaV
-ians were arre-teil on illegal [irelexts.
Two Russian cruisers w<-re thereforedis
patched to 1 bat place."
IN rATOB Of I nil'! ni.ii
Sofia, October 27.?8toyauoff, a popu?
lar poet. Intends to move in the Bobrenje
in fat or of declaring a republic.
Humors are current that a plo! iii- been
discovered to seize the. regents en route
1USTR1 \, ITALI \M' IMI INO
I'i BTH,October27. -The Xemut, a -etni
otlicial organ,dwells upon the advant
I hat would a<' rm lo Italy b\ a close alli?
ance with Austin Hungary on the Balkan
question, other paper-, comment upon
thc isolation of England, ami suggest the
advisability of an alliance between Aus
i rn Hungary, Italy, and England.
Dis.:* Tunis Freight Wreck.
Cl i'\n I. wi . Ink.. I Iciober 87 -A db'
astroua freight wreck incurred on the
Louisville, New Albany ami ChiCRgO
railroad at 8:80 o'clock this morning. A
heavy train of mixed freight for Chicago,
principally coal and cattle, wa- rounding
an abrupt curve, when a lighter freighted!
train overtook and crashed into it. The
-e in the rear ol the first train was
wrecked and quickly commenced bum*
Two men Were burnell to ile,uh in
the ruin- and several other- seriously in?
jured. The dead are supposed to M
-tock men, The wreck was burning
when the passengers of train due at Chi
.it T: ld were t ran-bl'led a. lo-- al '.I
0 < lock.
Coppoi-s and Nickel*..
Washington, Octobei 8. An enor?
mous demand for one-cent and five-cent
pieces has sprung up ill over the country
within the past four month- The Phila?
delphia mint, which alone furnished thees
coins, i- taxed to ii- utmost. The Secre?
tary of the Treasury has given authority
for the issue of whatever prose- to be
required, On October 25th the demand
ihead some $180,000.
Tho Whlakey Corner.
India* \i oli -. Iv*:>.. <li tobei .'. The
li:i*i? 11lt distillers of the w est held a ie
. rei n '?? rc last ni - ht They de?
clined to Lri\e anything for publication.
li i- understood that the object of the
meeting wa-to restore the poul formed
-ome months ago, R llich had been broken.
ry Democrat to the Front.
In every campaign, no matter how
popular the candidate may be, some
Democrats will -av in a \i-r\ positive
manuel iInt they will not rote. Mut.
Iiilore the election -day come-, they see
their mistake and fall in line. In tbe
present campaign In thia district the
usual " kickers, of course, were found
at the beginning, but now there ,-,re few
Intelligent citizens indeed who have not
determined to vote for the Democratic
-landai.I bearer.? Th* 8t
The Dayton (< >hio) papers speak in high
terms of the performance oi Mr, K. fy,
IIoil, formerly of Richmond, in " hon
( .. Bar,' with the M< ( mil < hpera < om
I sat night, al tbe residence of the
bride's father. ( olonel Robert I Flem
ol Richmond, a aa married
to "NII ? lii-lle Vedder, daughter of < olonel
M Vedder, of No. 111. Massachusetts
'.Ile. \\ .1 -lltllL'lotl.
The following Es the committee on UM
I.adie-' Social Reunion of the B. P. O.
-r- .liiiiu- Straus, Hoses May,
.Jame- I'.. Augie, II. M. Hosea, and .1.
\\ I,aube. The committee will meet at
Captain Angle's office to-morroR night
Mi-- Winnii id Miss Mackin?
tosh, of Baltimore, wen entertained al
dinner Ti Mrs General
Joseph I.' ?.n li i *on. I be dinner aral
not being more than
; hali nt outside ot the fam?
ily. ! .1 Mrs.
Anderson and i- a most i banning young
both in mind and person.
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