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\TMBER l<>. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, !**<>. ONE CENT.
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Ile al once with
Hon P A. Collin- bas, al
' i.ited in Bolton for Cor:, n
>ir Fd ward W Walkin-, tin English
railroad kim/, pro; run a line Of
from Hull in connection w ith
1 in idian Pacific railroad.
i ? T Bun Massachu
rda) ippointcd consul to I
0. H. Ga of Nei
he land office at Carson Cit). S
London have endorsed
Hen' mayor York.
-atonali-i meeting wa- held in
County Galv .. Dillon and
I \ Powderly addn
ral meetings in favoi ol IL nry
v ?. york last n
WASHINGTON NOTES.
The 25th instanl i- named as Thanks
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lt i- understood thal w ill sub
mil io th i transmis*
nate, a modified extradition
.'?d lo avoid the con'.
point- wi opposition in thi
no doubt an. I -my of
. ircles, thal Ihe At?
ti would decide as lie ha
question as to the obligation of
to immediately rep ? d 'ond-.
mmission for the considers
n nch -po'; itu- mel
tative W ilson, ol
Virginia, one of the ? \
ill repre?
sent the interests of the Government.
clary Manning and Assistant
retary Fairchild will heat their desks on
election-day. A numberof othei Treasury
officials, including Solicitor Mci 'ne, ('omp
troller Maynard, and Chief Miller, of the
Bond Division, ha ? onie to vote.
la) ard wein to hi- home in
jterday for the purpot
Govi ri 'oiler in com
tml ol' the Depart:- Whit?
ney has gone to New York to vote. He
did noi d' inybody ti
i juiicoti
lett Washington for Boston Saturday
me until to-morrow . ( on.
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Daniel!"
"Your v
lection-d
? IL ;?:'-? I should -mile."
"Why. Danii
"Because, mosl augusl Majesty, we
don't ticed to Lc elected : ami w lu-n \ye
? bink wc w ill hold thc fort."
niel, where i- our sentiment on the
?.'I term v"
. tin waste-basket, your I IL hie
More L
Wasiiixi mv. November 1. Thc fol?
lowing fourth were ap?
pointed to d.r :,'. Thompson,
Hollydale; J. \V. Broaddus, Mossneck.
Alaba i \ Kay, \1L( mille: J.< i
L ? ornish, Deni";
.1 IL Byan, Stratton ; A. .1. Burki
'. irlh Carolina ll F Miller.
\ . "ii : \\ . I ?wen, Moiitv uie ; H. H.
Bowel ello.
A Do U .i'.iI Story.
. November 1. W
n tin- Pout a story w hi
told him at dinner Ly a member
of the Hilton family about A.
body, lt i- that 'wo years after the
?f thc body Mrs. A. T. Sti
paid ?***-'>."i"? for it- return i liones
h-livered to Mr-. Sievvai
secluded -poi in Westch.es
1 the lie i over tO
The represi ntative had to
one, and the w bole altair wa- en
i ,i in mystery, and every precaution
if the
thieve-. Thc remains
iden Cit) "ii .'? special train at I
At. ad.
w 18HINGTOK, November .' I body
.!-oii. w ho drowned her-ell
and two children al Potomac Lai
?Ince mile-a Lo vc herc, on Saturday Dight,
has not yel been i I The bodies
of the children have Leen found.
Butter i H.of Nol Met I I >leo
Margai
W v in, D.C., IS ri. The
oleoni l;ivv wini into elf-gi I to
: , demand for stamps bal been
., i ommissioner Miller thinks
million pounds of the Bub
stituti ????',|' -H manufactured
,m.,li, mie consumption, to
nothing ol the amount exported.
Tho Statue ol Llbei I v
\ oRK \"\ciiiLcr i M. Bartholdi
? omi 1 he I lliti d Stati - < ii
ma
tue.
Ti) THK POLLS!!
AND -LAND BY > "I R COLORS.
DEMO! !? \< V 1- SELF PRESER?
VATION !!!
REP1 BLI! ANI8M I- TIM: GREAT
FRA1 I) OF MANI MONSTROSITIES
LL HAS BEEN BEAT]
um SHOULD WY MAN <;<?
\MT11 IT?
Tl l;\ ll- UGLY LA< i; TO THE
WALL
AND I M.L<>\\ THE PARTY <>F
RIGHT AND POWER
Wi: HOLD TIM FORT
FORWARD TO VU fORY !
VOTE FOR I FORGE W ISE!
VOTE FOR ( MILLI.
VOTE FOR SAM, GRIFFIN.
FOR VI ? \ * PAGE.
\ Ol I FOR PARKS.
VOTE FOR < ROXTON.
VOI BOLD IM NY !
VOTE FORG VLLANTO l I RR M L
FOR Bl MGARDNER
VOTE FOR HENRY!
IT 15 OVER.
Close ot an Excitii with
Music All A Lines.
w l-i Ml l.i im.- \ i OLD ll UIKI l HALL,
MW- '" - ii ll, IXI1 oi m.K POINT*!, IXD
Pl Kl KAN RALLIES \ I M \-ll ..'! IK
i ii; in D Tin: -k n im- KINK,
\ ? the hour at w hirh these lim
penned the cam ass, al leant bo I .
ncerned, i- closed.
Yesterday wa- an exciting day, and it
wound ui> the wane I ional
i-- Richmond has known in many
The withdrawal of Mr. VV. IL Mullen.
lidate, was a bomb-shell to
the Republicans, and all day they did
c\er\ Hiin ! iii their pom l I interact,
.'ill ni afloat, and all
kind- of slant! i irculated.
.? in the evening hands of music
parade I. calling attention to the last mass
meeting of the campaign. Kverj Memo
elalie club in the eily held nu i
work and at most ol' them Iii
11. \\ i-e w a- present for a time. A n
Mr. Mullen at Sei i n
uaLlc -tree! - Was not held
in order not to conflict w ith the a
meeting of the Tammany Reform Club .-it
Old Markel Hall.
1 WIM IX! Il Mil- II.-.
0n< and most enthu?
siast! ii i ings of the canvass was
that held bv the Tammany Reform Club
? i Market Hall. Mr. Lewin I
led and introduced the
speakers Thc Manchester amateur Land
furnished music The large ball
? 1 vt ith workingmen, all of whom
ratify the withdrawal of
William IL Mullen, to emphasize their
nation at his treacherous treatment
al lin- hand- of the Repul der-.
and I
supportin ll i and
the Melli'.eratic lita
Earnest w ere made liv < '? un
i ilincii John ll. I 'minor and Joh
\\ illiam ll. \\ I i! "I tbl
endorsed Mr Wi-, and exhorted their
friends to ralli and to sal e the district
from the \N audil] \\ isi n- I lition.
cheered to the echo
mid the Tanm i\ Club will to day poll its
full strci
Let it be Loped that now, that they are
in their Latle ,-??. that tbey have
come to Btay, and will til;Mt inside the
rank- for their rights, lt thej do they w ill
Ihe support and sympathy of < \ ery
true Democrat. Lei tbe workingmen of
mond prove to-day, as they have
proVI ?!. tl; it the) at. the kel
of the arch, and with ih< rn we bid
publicanism, no mailer by whom led,
: < e.
I HI U \ SI III -Tl.K MEEI INO.
Thi uni rrified D
chest Lied in lull Luce last .
wen and Bradley's, corner of Hull
md Thirteenth st reeta.
The-tar..: was illuminated, and it waa
igathering of the hom-! hearted, hard
fisted men of that gallant old burg. I
living issues of the canvass were present?
ed in eloquent and able terms Ly John
Randolph Tucki r,Ji . E. B \\ yatt, David
L. Pulllam, and Lyon G. Tyler. This gal?
lant Lin tour left nothing unsaid, and the
meeting waa one of the moat lucceaaful of
the campaign.
Ml n ol nanchester, to whom the Demo?
crat!' party li a ve often appealed, and nev cr
in v aili, to day do your w liole duty. N
let it Le -aid thal you weakened or were
Ld--- to your tradition-. Never ir. a
National or State conte-t ha- your name
Leen rallied by a Republican victory.
Now. when so much depend- upon ll
?? you will rise up in your might and
roil up a big majority for G
w lae.
W \ KI) MIT. I i '
Iii ev erv ward and in far-off Fulton the
Democratic clubs mel and the spirit of
Democracy waa rife from Harvietown to
iv Pun. and from Sheep Hill all
through the valley to Port Mayo. Much
A"ik wa- cut out and every man wa- ex?
horted to Le at hi- po-t to-day. A full
Vote inu-t Le polled. < Mle long pilli, olie
-Hong pull, and a pul! altogether, and
\ ictory i- secured.
'lill. DI iN."aSPS.
Tin- dying -wan Binga Ita sweetesl ni
Lut la-i oightdying Republicanism made,
if possible, more discordant toonda than
is it- woni.
In addition to the many pest-house
gatherings all over the city there were
two mass-meetings, At tin- Broad-street
'.'ink John 8. Wise held forth.
while at " Mash Quarter,'1 Seventeenth
Lo,.!. \\ addill. Southward.
and a lot of negro oratora harangued
the colored troop-.
At these nc ? out the only white
men pre-cut Were the -peaker-. While
it i- possible -onie inteli'
men will vote for Wise, Waddill h
Btrongh drawn the color line that the
hulk of" that vote will go for him. There
was nothing new in the speeches. All
abounded in themosl violent abuseof Mr.
Mullen and his leading friends. All manner
? !?? made, and for a
time at leasl ile discussion ol G
w ;-?. President cleveland, the tariff and
the Blair bill were -topped, and Mullen
made the only Issue.
Thin- was no enthusiasm. Whenever
the Land played the Loy- and women
set up a yell." and it wa- at time- with
' difficulty that the speakers could
'" beard. " Mash Quarter waa a fitting
spol in w hich Republicanism in thi- dis?
trict Should Chant it- death ?
dav it i- hoped thc !a-t vestige will be
mashed out of it. and Waddill, Wise, and
Southward made tc waddle westward or
io some oilier more congenial clime.
Tin- ni/ht tell and morning dawned in
a united Democracy, cheered by the hope
of almost certain \ ictory. Lei not that
victory bi ? Ik- apathy or Indiffer?
ence of a -ingle man.
To the poll- and vote earl) and -end
your neighbor.
The [mil- open a! ?'. 38 and clOSC at .VIII,
makin:, ten hour- and thirty two minutes
in which to poll thc Note.
All Advanced.
I. \m \-i i i:. Pi w November I. The
notice posted last week Ly the Pennsyl
i Iron I ompan) giving mu ad.
in wai;.-- to the heater- and puddler- wa
withdrawn thi- morning. ii>. view of a
request made by the hand- generally t<>
Le included in the advance, and a new
not ice waa posted advancing ihe puddling
85 per ton, .md th.- other emplo
an inorea I cent, on their pre-cut
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\ ork Livss ciuL baa pu
i. plot ol gnnind In - I) i rea Bill
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m iitiot!.- center to murk tha place
of .I. ail juirnaliits who will Ix* burial] tiit-re.
? Inter Ocean.
TELEeRAPHIC.
NEWSY NOTES PROI Vi.L PARTS <?r
THE COUNTRY.
\ no' ber St ri Li* in < ' li i. ??!?.'. ? - -! ???
male lli^hwayiiien-- \ in I :i I.
cord of* the I 'iv's Incl*
dents and V-ocidente.
The Beef Bolters.
(Un \<.o, November I.?Tbs threat
cmd -trike among the beef men at the
Btock-ysrds was commenced tliis morn
in_'. and nearly 6,000 men arc now out
from the sTaugnter-honses of G. F. Swift
& Co. and Nelson Morn'-. The trouble
is over the adoption of the ten-hoursyB
11 ni. the men refusing to work two extra
hours without additional pay. lu these
two houses there are do hogs killed, and
the employee- -av they cannot accept
the ten-hour system. Bach of the firms
employ about 8,000 men. and at pn-eiit
many of these arc congregated about the
streets and on corners near the big houses,
but then- ls ? yet no indication of any
trouble. There is a great deal of excite?
ment, but the men are orderly, and insist
that no act ot their- will precipitate any
trouble. There is no indication that the
police will Lc called upon to protect the
two bouses; Lui it i- yei too carly to de?
termine thc intention of thc two firms,
?'clock everything is qniet.
Your Money or Your Life.
Rome, N Y.. November I.?The sen
-,-iiioi) of 'he hour in this neighborhood
i- the alleged attempt Bt highway robbery
by two lively young women. Hugh Doi
md I.lither.lom- aver that on a dark
night ;i month ago, as they were driving
aloiiLT a lonely road between herc and
Booneville, they wen- halted by two per?
sons who presented revolvers and de?
manded their monej and valuables. Thc
protested that they had nothing with
I them, and Dorrety lighted a match, by the
aid of which he recognized Mrs. Susan
Scoi [He, ;i young widow. and Miss Munn,
ja dashing girl Of twenty. They were
part!}' dre?ed in men'- clothing. The
travellers were allowed to pa--only on
promise t<> keep silent about the anair.
Thc women have just Leen arrested on
complaint of Dorrety.
A Reporter's Good Work.
Mn.u iukee, Wis., November ' \
dastardly attempt was made at an earl]
hour thu morning to hum the residence
am! stone block of the Holmes Brothers,
on Mason street. A newspaper reporter
wtio w.is going home discovered the fire
in the private entrance. He senl in sn
alarm of fire, and afb I difficulty
aroused the inmates of the house. Had he
not appeared at the time, the block would
have Lt-t-n destroyed and many lives lost,
as the tin- cul off the main wsyof escape.
Perlehed In the Flami
Ennis, Ti \.. November 1. Solomon's
ilr\ 'nod- store, Patterson's agricultural
implement -ton-, the Delmonico Hotel,
and several other buildings wen- bnrned
al 8 o'clock yesterday morning. S, Gold
berg, a leading merchant, who hoarded at
the hotel, was burned to death by his
clothes catching fire while he was trying
io escapi Two other guesta wen
(ured by hums. The loss was about
?on. '
. iken, thi : aft.
Mi . Noiember l I
-ter.-d as man and wi:
the S i 'day, were lound
rda! afternoon, almost suffocated
? aping gas. Thc man i- out of dan
ger, but the woman will probably die.
Thc man proves to L-- a married man, hut
his w ile w i mi lt I not live w ith him
An Ohio Horror
Si i i bi n\ h.11 . ii., November I v
three this morning a frame bouse
lin- A. nc - -
-iroved by fire, lt was occupied
residence and lalo rn by land- Leich
Leicblighter saved hi
and two i hildren hy lamping out
window, hut Leichlighter, who stinted
down the stairs, wa- caught Ly falling
d burned to death.
A Rascally Re.
New Yoke, November I, -Surveyor
(bot aLoiit Doon to-day in
ni- oMice at the custom Lou-.- by i
. ed inspector, w ho fired fii e or six
The particular- cannot Le ol.
taine! ai yet, nor II il known whether OT
not the wounds .arc fatal
Tramp;, Killuc!.
Lot ts! ills K ?> , November l. Two
men. supposed to be tramps, were killed
carly thi- morning at Walton, on the
Louisville, Cincinnati ami Lexington
railroad. < >m- man was named Au
Boehler, and the other Henry Hess Thej
were stealing a ride on the truck- of I
passenger train, and lt is supposed they
fell od and wen- run o\cr and horribly
mangled.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
BAD roi Bl LOAJtlA.
Tnuro* v November l -Nearly all of
the 580 Deputies were pre-cut in thc
Bobranje, including thirty adherent- of
/ankotf, am! the Turkish Deputies in na
' COatume. The calling of the name*
of the Deputies murdered at DabnitSl
Ived with solemn expression! of
regret. Zankoffltes appeared for the pur
of protesting against thc illegality
of the Assembly. The Bobranje .-penx
witii a despondent feeling. Hiview of
Europe's apathy to the Bulgarian interest*
it is believed to Le useleaa to struggle
against Russia's ascendancy, and Mul?
garia la willing to accept afanoat anytenM
of compromise.
Deserves Lynching.
\i cvo Lakedo, Mi i November 1.?
Vicente Recendez -hot and killed his
wife and eight-year-old step-daughter,
and fatally wounded another -tep-daugh
ter, aged -i\ year-, yesterday, on Loan! a
south-bound Mexican Central railroad
train nen- Monterey The woman and
her children were on their way to Monte
rhen Recendez entered the car at Um
station and deliberately shot them before
the passengers could Interfere. He wa
arrested and i- likely to Lc lynched He
i- known a- a wort Ide-- loafer, and thc
motive of the crime wa- Jealousy and
resentment.
-.-a*--*.
A Beastly Murder.
1*1:11 aDBLPHiA, Pi \\ . November I.?
Last night thc dead bodj "f Catharine
Taswell, wife of John Taswell, a colored
man, vv 1- found in a -pring house
on the Linn <>!' Howell Fvau- on the
county lim- Lei ween Haverford College
ami Bryn Mawn, about ten mile- weal of
thi- eily.
There wa- unmistakable evidence thal
the woman had been outraged and then
murdered in the bushes near the spring
bouse, and the body afterward- placed
where it wa- lound. A young colored
man who work- in the neighborhood fal
suspected ot the crime.
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Labor Troubles bindi*.I.
IL viiin. L November i. The didi
culty at the Reading lum Works nae
iieen settled, tin men Lavin: expressed
them I -tied vv ith tin- tel in- pro
posed, and ail are at work The pud
dler8 w ill receive an Increase <>t I" pei
cent., and all other employees ~i per cent.
At Mansfield ()., B R (.cider ax
liv -hot him
FINANCIAL.
. i>v < . W. Branch A <'<> bankers
and brokers, So. lill Ms
I .-I i I IM i ItMUt,
Virginia B's 00
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Virginia consol coupons, old, I i ?
Virginia! "ii-"l coupons, Jul)
Cl
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Richmond - 140 118
Richmond i IL> 120
Richmond 102 107
Richmond 1031 ?
I: vu c.. vi. Bonds.
A. and ('.Isl
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IL and lc consol 102 104*]
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Rich, an-1 Allighanv Isl i
1914, H'"'
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li ili'l and Dam ide.
Richmond Tern
N'eVV \
' ol.
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i entral,
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Brie,
.ion.
KEW YORE 8T0i K UAEEM l
i:i.\ Il
Ni u V"I:k, N pe. ph
win. Lave argued that vvheiiev
support wa- withdrawn from 'In- market
it would rei '?'!<? froi moat
rae ol to
rney have ml. troeg
tiiroughoul and the buying Las been
c. |.ii.,i,alb - not
thu 'lav
it could hanny have i I to be io.
?
The buying has nol been of an excited
nature, bul La- Leen vi and
there are man) i fresh inclina?
tion "ii the part "t tin- public lo come into
the h. ting intim
which ha. I during the i fan
week- ar- removed, which may be expected
Ut Iv. lil short We are de?
cidedly bullish on th,' vituatiou, and baning
any unforeseen drcumstances, do not
what can 'leter a further ailvaiicc. Market
dosed strong. Mom

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