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The Daily Times.
Umber te. richmond, va., tuesday, november 9, ism one cent.
THE DAM TIMES,
?AY. HOI EMBER 9
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. 216 North Ninth
rd.908 Easl Main
a crane.. . . 1509 Bast Main
Ford*! Hotel and the Excha
01 nu RM0X1 Pl 8 '?<?' 8p(
v i .. house, Broad street,
M. 3 P. If, 6 P. N .
wi \ i ni i: RI PORI
? Dj Noveml er 8
? at her. warmer winds,
? rolins ? ? weather;
IKM GR MUK -I MM VKV.
rted on the great '.
Murdaugh, o ricke
Ided to the dre record s
Storms are reported al]
.ped With her
? :?'. - . I .0
. inchored an Iron
the Bulgarian pori-.
editor, i- -liing
OOO for libel.
party left Washin
. 1 o'clock P. M.
. Ilaiihui's crew won.
yield will fall under
ttter Manhattan, which
thanked thc Bulgarians
pass under the yoke ol
Bl Ki Mini:.ii i,i
' holli as often BS they do
tl was killed Sunday in
1 irk. Jealous}
ink, leaped from the
bridge and broke a
? -hop Wigger laid the
. ent of the
ol Mills coi?
led bj n
? ith the captain and ive of the
? ner .Wehla, <d New
-? ! to be ! ?
> Hatch, who shot himself tn the
on the 29th ultimo at his home
ria i ounty, died yesterday.
Philadelphia, is contest
to be champion liar by s
.?dal ahout < laneral w ash*
ictory ol' William lb
Baltimore, was totally de
i sin (iou, insurance,
? Roosevelt, defeated candidate
New York,ls tO .'nany Miss
irroll eal granddaughter
!i. ol Carrolton.
Orton, "the Tichborne claim
: tip in Raymond street jail,
on thr charge of personating
? Od) I Wring t0 draw his
District Attorney Stan*
??? Haven, Conn., has brought
. manufacturing company
rtii .? MX ;h English laborers
I ?? he i lemocrsti 178
Republicans 158. Majority for Dem
Kiehmond ami vYeil Point Stock is still
booming in New York.
i id indies ,,* Hg]*- ihots fell at Koine
\ Y' within the lasl twenty tour hour*-.
In a prize fight at Louis*.np. between
Toni Warren and Pat O'Leary, aller nine
rounds the fight was awarded to the
former <>n a foul.
Hon. John 8. Barbour arrived in New
York from Europe yesterday afternoon
upon the Benria. Hy will leave for
In London, Fred Archer,the celebrated
jot kev died to-day from :* pistol wound
Inflicted by himself while in delirium, rc
sultinL' from fever.
Eight hundred miners employed at the
(lameron colliery, the largest in the Sham
okin valley, Ps have decided to -trike
unless thc Mineral Mini's - ' ompany ad?
vance WaL'es ten per Cent.
(laptain Hennbeberrj. master of the
schooner City of Sheboygan, telegraphs to
< bicago 'hal his vessel bas gone t< the
Lot i om. The cook, s woman, was drowned.
Captain HenneLerrv and hi* er. w of
seven men '?-.-aped in the yaw!.
Linly ic '?? Lied, l Lardner, of
Silver City. N. M.. wa- found in PushaM
pond, nea r, Me. He wa- about
thirty five year- old and leave- ;, widow
in Silver Lily, lt i- supposed that an?
other man. name unknown, was
.1 W . Allen and Tho-. IL McLail
**pectivel\ ral lickci agent and
auditor and cashier ol' the Toledo, Co?
lumbus ami Southern Railway, Toledo, <>.,
have Bkipped to Canada, their accounts
-hoi! something less than a thou?
Nathan Haskins, twenty | wo year- old.
was drunk Sunday night, in Warren, R.
I., and gol up a row with William E
who had a girl with him. I -hot
a Lullei from a 22-calibre revolver
through Haskins's left eye into Li* head
and Haskins will probably die.
li ninon ol thi
In Missouri Colonel Drum ivas beaten;
in another State, General Guitar was
-nowed under, and in still another Van
Horn wa*- left. Fiddler Taylor was
elected in Ten ni mee. There seem- to
been no concert oi' action and things
went Lad '-accordion Iv."
Henry George thought he had the
:; the D'-liiocrats of New
York city, Lut he couldn't Hewitt.
Mi. Romeis, who waselected, says the
great Frank is only one of the common
Hurd after all.
If thc Democrat! cany every district
iii South 1 arolina. il will he no Small
The Democrats in losing Nevada
throw away a Fairprospecl of controlling
thc Senate for thc nexl two years.
.Mr. Bragg, ? >:' Wisconsin, will not Le
heard in the next < 'oiu l
The Alabama Oate bobs up serenely
Ipeakei Carlisle, w hen <?n the rs
ol defeat, murmured "Thone, or
In Virginia we were dun Brown In two
district-. That* 1 08l w hat the matter.
Findlay, thc Baltimore mugwump, wai
so badly snowed under thal he did not
know whether he WM in Kayne or shine
The Demo., rat-o! New Vork city -aved
their Kacon bul losl their Vi.dc.
A rolling -dom- gathers no nins-, but
thc Democrats gained i splendid Morse
I'be Republican ijaini tn Virginia are
very much to be regretted.
Utah, in the next Congrees, will lean
upon the same old Cain.
The Oleomargine bill is not popular lu
ohio, so cincinnati geti in her butter?
Aii<i Ho- Boodle.
W \< o, Tex., November 8.?L L. Bar?
ton, editor of the Daily Examiner, has-ned
A. II. Kelo A Co., of the Galveston A -
for $50,000, and the vTaco Alliance-Stan?
dard, for $25,000 for alleged libel. The
BuiU grow out of charges of corruption
made in the political campaign. Mc Kar
ton'l paper supported the candida!
Senator Coke and <io\ crnor elect Koss
for Congress, and opposed Hager Q<
\\ \n|MN-,TON MU I -
Prime Napoleon has sailed for Europe.
The absence of the President tefl the
White House desolate and forlorn yester?
Professor Baird has recommended an
appropriation of $250,000 to commence
the erection of another national museum
rhe annual report of General Duane
chief of engineers, has been completed.
Ii i- understood thal he make- i strong
plea for additional cost deb??
The Grant relica, swords, medals, jew?
eled caskets, and historic and costly!
trophies of various kinds, presented to
the Government by Mrs. Grant and Mr.
Vanderbilt,and accepted byactof Con?
gress, have been formally turned over to
the National Museum by the War Depart?
The Trea.-urv Department has received
all the annual estimates except those of
the Navy Department. The aggregates
are smaller than the appropriations for
the present year. Ii i- understood that
arv Whitney ha- ahoui derided to
ask for do appropriation for mon- new
The Bureau of Labor bas almost com?
pleted ii- report on the subjects of Bl
from 1881 to 1886, and conv iel labor, and
has actively commenced work on the
three subjects for next j? sr*i report the
employment of women in cities, produc?
tion and distribution in the I nih d States,
and the relation- ol railroad- to their em
The ? olume of national hank currency
si present in circulation. Comptroller
Trenholm says, is in round numbers about
$21 r,000,000. He doe* nol think that any
considerable proportion of the three per?
cent, bond- now on deposit as a basis of
national hank circulation vvi!! be replaced
bj other bonds when called. Someofthe
hank-, he says, havealn I ified him
that they will ito out of bu-im
AceordinLr to the annual report of the
superintendent of thc Bureau of 1 'rintin-z
and Engraving, the production of one
dollar -il Y.r certificates is now in pro
at the rale of si 12,000 a dav. During Hu?
nt month thc two-dollar certifi
will bc ready foi- Issue. The expen
the bureau for thc yeal 08, an
. i ii ir of - n the ap?
propriations. Foi >l,030will
he necessary. The force employed i- 81 <
? ri-. 328 less than when the present
child Vi as appointed.
haniel. what i- thc new- from Bul?
Your Highness, the Indemnity Hoard
cn kidnapped hy Judge Bond.
Daniel, where was me watch 'io:' of the
i ry 'i
Your Highness, the corrupt (Supreme
i "un bribed him with
What next .
All i- lo-!, save honor,
I 1......I lr,ix- for -oi V <irk.
\ i w Yunis. Novciu! iran Com?
stock, the handsome twentj year-old
daughter of John Comstock, a New york
broker, residing at South Orange (N. J.),
eloped on Thursday with Mr. ( omstOCks
coachman, a mulatto ahout her owi
she left a note for her father, saying that
? \ teh:,? (coachman) was her -wc theart,
and she wa- going av. av ti > mat ry him."
Migs Comstock had had very little com?
pany, her father being somewhat -trio,
and her mother linville- died while the
Lritl w as b baby.
,u.-I io Request.
Bas Frahcisco, November 8.?Prof.
Homer B. Sprague, who a year ago came
from Brooklyn to assume the presidency
..t Miiu i ollege, < lakland, has tendered
his resignation at the request of the trus
of the colh :.-c. The exact nature of
the trouble is unknown, but Mr. Sprague
has issued B card rather -iin-iilarly worded,
I it is thought, asking lora suspension of
; pnblic judgment. The college is a young
ladie-' academy, and Its inmates an all
' of the beal coast families.
V aw 1 Lost.
Ni w Orleans, La., November8.- The
steamer Wami, rer, which arrived Satur?
day, reports h I 'ken a mau named
Broun and s boy from the wreck of the
schooner Azelda of New York from Ifo
bile for Ruatan, which foundered in a
gale October 9th. The captain and five
men, who -tarted from the wreck in a
yawl, are doubtless lost.
I nliulite.l l.ilietly.
Ni.w Fork,November8. -Therebeing
i.fbi.ml prov [sion nor any private ten?
der of mean- for lighting the Liberty
statue, the torch is to-night in darkness.
Moimi- to Herr her.
Bkooki.vn. N. Y.. November 8.?The
common council to-day nnanimously
passed resolutions expressing plea nn st
Rev. Henry Ward Beechei - safe return
holm-, ana reouestini the mayor to ex?
tend the city's hospitality to Mr. Beecher
by i reception at Hie Academy of Music,
at which the people of Brooklyn may
show thc esteem In which they, without
regard t?> creed or party, hold their dis?
tinguished and beloved fellow-citizen.
THE LATEST NEWS.
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SKI HUNS BY TELEGRAPH.
\ I >.iv'-? Hi'*-<.ril ol' tho C'ouiilry'n
( 'lillie*' .liol < '.-i.-oi'ilt ii*** anil
I ureiyn GtOOWUp*
Tlw I'ri-shlenl Kn Koiite.
K.isioN. Mass., NovemLer 8.?The
President'! train reached Springfield at
8:06 to-day. About one hundred specta?
tors had gathered at the -tation, but
nothing was -cen of the diitinguiihed
traveller. The car containing the escort
party which had Leen wafting there was
attached to the President's carriage, and
the train went on. Short stops were
made at Palmer, Westbrooktield, Won
cester, ami South Prammgham, but
no demonstration was made at sny
of those place*. As the train reached
Rice*! crossing the President came
to the rear of hi* car and met Ad?
jutant-! om-ral Dalton, Surgeon Bolt,
and Judge-Advocate General Nettleton,
the escort party, all of whom were pre?
sented to Secretaries Bayard, Lamar, am!
< olonel Lamont. In the course of the
conversation the President voiced his n
pectation of meeting a great many peo?
ple at the Fanned Hall reception, ami hi!
de-iic to -ec them. Al the train ran
through Riverside I local train had side?
tracked to penni! the express to run
ahead, which was passed, snathe pissen
rowding the platforms and window b,
cheered lustily as the President's cur
L om thi- time until the train reached
Boston the President's ear was saluted all
along the route. Al precisely 6:80 A. >L
the traill ran into the depot on Kiieel-tnd
street, the tWO rear cats Leing run Lack
and switched to the wc-1 | rack ont*ide the
main depot. At lld*- point Governor Rob?
inson, wiih hi* aid* and the corps of
cadet-, wen- in waiting. Entering the
President's car, with his staff, Governor
Robinson, advancing to thc President and
taking his hand,-aid: "Mr. Preaident,l
heartily Welcome you tO Massachusetts."
The Pn-idcnt said: "I thank you,
I .o\ < Mi"!-."
The Governor then made an iddress
I 1 w cleon)*-.
President (lev-land responded appro
priately to the address of welcome. After
this .lame- Russell Lowell delivered an
The party was then entertained al ?
banquet. After the banquet the Presi?
dent wa- escorted to Psnueil Hall, where
he in-ld a reception. There the President
ami Mrs. Cleveland, with untiring *rra
ciousness. received the elite of Posion
and New England. After grasping the
hind oi the President and his bride each
individual wa- escorted Ly one of the
very attentive uahei - to the (lommon
wealth-avenue entrance, when' carriage!
were in waiting. Soon after 10 o'clock,
amid cheer- and inu-ic and .rood Lye-, the
Presidential party were hurried into Car?
riages, and, escorted by the cadet-, pro
(ceded to the Boston and Albany depot.
where they embarked for New Vork on
th*- 10:80 train.
I.aia-e lire lil I'ittshiu*;.
PrrTsni bo, Pa., November 8. -A tue
at 7 o'clock this morning entirely con?
sumed I .mi I Winters' -presse rendering
establishment, McConway & Torley'i
foundry, and Westinghouse Machine
Company's foundry. The total lou was
$90,000, of which McConway A: Torley
- in oiin. Westinghouse Machine Com
pany $25,000, and Emil Winter |25,000.
All of Lu- buildings were fully insured.
A smaller Crop.
Cnn tao, November8. The following
crop surrey ha- been compiled by the
Farmert' Review: Thc more complete re
turns from the coin heit confirm tin
earlier report* of the averages of yield as
disclosed by busking and confirm the pre
diction made earlier in the year. The
total yield would tall considerably under
I hat ol' 1888.
\ Kailroad kumor.
HoisTo*,, Tia., NovemLer 8.?Rumors
are rife in this city that thc Texas Traffic
Association will soon be dissolved. The
reason assigned is thc widening of the
! ' .- and St. Louis rtVUfe.
A ii I ulil u-liiiiLC Story.
Pim.adm kui i, November 8.?-E. A.
Story. 880 North Tenth street, intends to
publish a manuscript written Ly hi* father
in establish the claim of Henry Clarke
Roger! that he was the natural son of
George W ashburton.
Death of Raff, edmund C. M ur dan r h.
Fkkdkuk KSIU IK., Noveinher H. ?Kev.
Edmund C. Murdsugh, of the protestant
Episcopal Church, died here yesterday.
The funeral will take place to-morrow ut
ll A M. _
I .il..- I H -..i-l. r -.
Mii.walkkk, Wis., NovemLer h.?Fri?
day's and Saturday'* storm on the lakes
wa.s alni*.st unprecedented in severity. A
number of disasters have already been
reported and more are looked for.
Chicaoo, Ii,i.s., November 8.?There
was considerable excitement, but little
violence at tim stock-yards this morning.
Thc deputy-sheriff and Lake police were
patrolling about the houses and the rail?
road t racks, dispersing all assemblages and
anticipating any attempts of crowds to
gather. Outside the yards large crowds
of strikers had assembled in every ave?
nue of approach. Determined attempts
were made to prevent men on their way
to work from entering the yards. At
Armour's houses slaughtering wai
lng on with mixed Lramrs of men. many
of thi' old hands being still at work, and
they and ihe new men were engaged side
hy side, the best of feeling prevailing
between them Most of the strikers are
pleased rather than otherwise at the call?
ing out of the militia. "The presence of
the militia," said one, "will preserve or?
der and keep under an element that our
committees cannot control. Bloodshed
and riot is the worst tiring that can hap?
At the yards now two pacttng-*hOUSes
have been trimed into boarding-houses.
Ranges have gone in and cooks been em?
ployed by the month. The packers -av
that this 111_r boarding-house, capable of
housing 'J.'Min men. will bc om- of the
prominent features of the winter. Eight
hundred inaiitiamen left the Hake-Shore
depot at 10:80 o'clock this morning for ths
stock-yards. They wen' under command
of Genera] Pitzsimona and (lolonel's Knox
and Wheller. Their orders were to dis?
embark ai Thirty-ninth street ami march
to Ferguson's pscking-house, which is to
he their barracks and headquarters during
the time they remain at the yards. All
seemed in good spirits, the prevailing
opinion being that no active duty would
he required, the moral effect of their pre
??nie rendering a little innocent patrol
duty amply sufficient to pre-erve Hie
peace and protect the properly. The First
regiment carried their gatling-gun.
The Manhattan tafe.
Boston, November8.?Captain Hallett,
of the Steamer H. F. Dimock, arrived at
thi- port from New York, and reports
thai at 12:80P.M.,yesterday, he saw the
United States Cutter Manhattan, which
WSS reported to have foundered oil" New
Haven about 0.90 yesterday morning,
passing through Plum Gul all right.
Grkehport, L. I. November 8.?The
revenue CUtteT Manhattan, which wa- re
ported as lost, arrived herc yesterday
afternoon, and will leave to-day on a
Loag I.ive the Kill)*.
Bucharest, November 8. -lt Es stated
here that Prince Ferdinand Hohenzollern
prill shortly be proclaimed King of Ron
mania, as the successor of King Charles.
Thanks 1 rom (he ( /ar.
Sofia, November 8. The Czar has
wired his ihunks tothose Bulgarians who
have a desire to comply w ith the imperial
counsels. General tvaulbars is widely
circulating the dispatch.
(.ot There ail rio- taaas.
BUCHARBST, November H.?The Rus?
sian iron-clad Ynerctire is anchored oil'
For thi- Next Sjjssioa <?f Congress.
The creation of an adequate system of
coast and harbor defences, on the lines
laid down hy Samuel .1. Tilden in his ht
ter tn Speaker < 'arlisle one year ago.
Provision foran ell'ect ive force of naval
vessels for the protection of the country's
honor in case of need
Action on the suppressed reports of
the Pan-Electric Investigating Commit?
tee, to close up a great national scandal.
Congress will meet four weeks from
to-day. These three things concern Ih
publican- and Democrats alike They
are outside of and ahove partisan politics.
The Fiftieth Congress need not go out -il
existence next March without having
earned the respect and Lrratitude of Hm
country -A. U )'w/.' Sun.
'Hie Next CarBfMSB
Thc smoke has pretty well lifted from
thc political battle-field of Tuesday la-t.
and the actual result- fad to -how that
"political ground swill" in favor of thc
Republicans Which the journal- of that
party, from one end of the Union to Um
other, claimed for several dayl after the
election. It is true the Democratic ma?
jority of forty-three in the Forty ninth
Congress bas been reduced to about fif?
teen in the Fiftieth Congress, hut much
of this los- i- susceptible of explanation.
In Ohio, for instance, where tbs Demo?
crat- sustained a net loss of Jive memliers,
the true cause of loss was a most unjust
geirymander of the Congressional d-?
triCtS by the Republicans.? llnltiiiion S'irt.
The funeral of Wm. B. lla/.le'on. the
journalist, w ho died at the resilience of Dr.
Win. H. (rim on Friday last, took place
from thi' residence of hi- sister, Mrs. weld
.Clark, on Mt. Vernon street, near Twen?
tieth strceet, Philadelphia, Sunday after?
noon. He was buried with Hie Episcopal
service. Hm interment was at Wood?
land Cemetery, by the aide of his mother.
Dr. ('rim took the body to Philadelphia
on the 10(08 A. M. train, which arrived in
that (itv at 12:41) P, M.
C.ny (ion** Up.
PlTTsmm., Pl.. November 8.-49. K?
Gay, the self-eonTlcted defaulting Gov?
ernment peniion-agency clerk, was to-day
sentenced to five years at hard labor in
the western penitentiary. The amount of
his pe< illations hal never Leen announced.
l?i*tliiu-io-li. .1 .Arrivaia.
Ni.w fons, November*'.?M. Rousbm,
tho French Minister to thc United States,
arrived hereon the Steamer La Bourgoyne
Mr. .lames (Jordon Kennett was also a
passenger on thc steamer.
HM Norfolk Hunk Ki.-_taMry.
Noi'Foi.K, Va., NovemLer 8.?-Argu?
ment in the case of the United States vt.
George M. Kain, Jr.,began in the United
States Circuit Court this afternoon by
Assistant-District Attorney .lames Lyons.
The case will be given to the jury to?
I.ATKST FOKKM.N NKW8.
A I'rincHy PaflaaSafa
BaUtLIM, November 8.? Puince Alexan?
der, late ruler of Bulgaria, has bought
the Charlottctitield estate, neur Schaff
hauscii. for'Jin,nun mark-*. The purchase
money i- part of thc amount taken from
Bulgar!! by Prince Alexander upon bis
abdication of the throne. Agent! of the
late Czar had entered into negotiation! for
the purchase of t he e-Kite for thc Princess
Dolgoroukl at thc time of the murder of
London, November 8.--The four-oarcd
shell race, between Hanlan, Teenier,
llanun, and Ten Eyck in one boat and
Ron, Lee, Bubear, and Perkins in the
other, was rowed today on thc Thames.
Qanlan'i crew won.
l.i'Cs Hilve Nun of VMS,
OlTOWA, Gmt., Novemher H.?Sister
Colombo, a nun in a Catholic institution,
has eloped with a young man named l.a
ferriers, much to thc surprise and scandal
of that community. Two young ladies
(sjsteisi have also [efl the convent and re
sumed *< cular life.
W h.. I PS] Un- I'i|..r?
RoCinBSTi n. N. V., November 8. -Thc
Rochester Sewer Pipe Company'! works.
South city linc, was burned t > tMground
this morning. Loss, $80,000; in-urance.
IIS \M ni.
Ri ported ic '' W. Branch dt Oo , bankers
and brokers, Ko. lill Mainstreet.
9tati Btcrari Bid. Athto\
Virginia B's, consols, ?*> |J0
i . I ? i" ; ll
Virginia ?''*. new. i'd ii.r>
Virginia consol coupons, old, 84 ?
Virginia consol coupons, July,
January 8 i VI ?
<i i v Bosns.
Richmond - WU I l-l
Richmond I l-i? 124
Richmond 102 ?
Richmond 108 ?
l; irxaoAD LiiMis.
A. AC. Air Line, :?l M
Char.. Cl and Aug., 84| M
c. ,v G., preferred, IO ?t.'>
i 'anada -outhern. 86 ii,r*ft
Pel. Lack, and Western, 111 141ft
I. Cnn., l-t j.referred, 7.',/ 74
i: fenn.. _m preferred, .??! BM
E. Linn, common, 18) 18]
Georgia Pacific, Ih -j >
Hocking Valley, I0| li
I. B. A W IM V.r
Jersey Central, S3j r>:t.
Lake **Lore, 86| (tl
! die an*! Nashville, 67 r*7ft
M.. K I 3SJ M
A A W.. preferred. l-l
New York and New England, 63f fl8|
.Vort hu .-stern. 1171 1LS
A.-.tl..-rn Pacific, >>\
New Vork Central, 1121 118
burg, <?>' ?*4
Pacific Mad, Mi to
Reading, Mi '17J
L. a P., BIN 101
Richmond Terminal, l.'.i 44
Richmond and Danville, 180 Ito
IL ]?'.. and P. div. oblige., 871 88
St. Lani. 'Mit Mi
Union Pacific, GM M
Western Union Tel , 78ft . 7hJ
OOM i?uk StaTM k Mai k.l.
Now Vobk, .Vovein her m.?The beur element
has been favored to-day by the labor troubles
in Chicago, ami stocks have heen sold by lo?
cal trader*, hut if the course of the grain
market can be taken aa being any ritrrioii
of the feeling there, il would indicate that
hut little importance was being paid to them,
and that the report* received here have liven
exaggerated. While no conspicuous I uying
of nocks has been noticeable, the undertono
very strong and the Helling appeals to
be chiefly by tin- hear party, wno, failing in
everything else, -.-eui t*. Lc content to bet on
something hitherto undiscernaLleturning up
to help them out. For ourselve- we have
nothing nea to say, There is nothing what?
ever to alter the situation, ami we still main?
tain our confidence wholly unimpaired. Mar?
ket closed linn. Money ruled ?? lier cent. Ex
(bangetrifle higher?some of the stocks re?
cently sold for foreign account haling reach?
ed here this morning.
TIN; "TIMES" CARRIERS ARE
DIRECTSD TO COLLECT WEEKLY.
SIX CENTS A WEEK