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The Daily Times.
MMBER20. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886. ONE CENT.
THE DAILI TIMES.
tDAY, NOVEMBER 19
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the National i
I 'attison made
ind, Lake Huron, by the
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r by the
all Knights who
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? advanced in the i
I in the late ii
tt< mpted to cul the
- ranch, bul .
A Ind fight
-wed and two of the cutters were
mouth, N. II., ch
..il upon his wile's
:? The woman
J (irk. was
the 1 tal und the bridge
' ? :? alli.
. nighter of a
family, shot hi
r while in ;i tit of dc-pond
? mother and Bisb
of river-coal operators
Pittsburg to consider the
poul or syndi
. kl taken, hovv
:;.. eting a ill be held in ?
Pi mee, from st. Nazaire
- been placed In un
.' ii n Montevideo, owing
I deaths having occurred
She hal on I
Indiana Mate Veterinarian pro
i attie plague tn Clinton
v? pneumonia, hut
board ls not satisfied and
post-mortem of the dh*
Uk Speer, daughter of Mr
Of the First National
ftank. PHtsbUI married in that*
Ml (harh- K Painter. Lieuten
- liaiin.ey F. Black, who is
Ol the bride, attended at the
M..!.- di-ea-c is reported among the
There are plenty ol applicantsfOT work
al the Chicago stockyards.
Sullivan und Ryan have been licensed
for a boxing-match in San Francisco.
Judge Thurman expresses _*reat siir
pris,- at the decision in the Bell Telephone
li ls expected that the ten-hour syatem
-.viii soon be resumed in Packingtown,
K \\ Longstaff, express messenger at
Tt \arkana. Texas, was accidentally shol
Senator Blair, of New Hampshire, yet
terday addressed the colored Pair al Ra?
v\. T. Lester was arrested at Indianap?
olis, I ry, on bis return fruin his
Barn Garnett,an alleged desperado, was
shot yesterday by vigilantes mar Wil
Mike Donell, w hu is -afc in Coluinbu- ?
Mire that Ireland will be free, [f will, if
talking will do ii.
The English Foreign Seen dary and the
Russian Ambassador, ai London, bad high
words but no blow-.
?nits b.r Cutting's invasion of Mexi
? reported ll i- h..ped thal he will
night and shot.
Louis Applegate, a confidential clerk,
has turned up short $5,500 In his accounts
- w Bruns** i. k. \. .1.
Lieutenant E. M. Stoney, the Alaska
explorer, was married Wedneeda; night
i Francisco to MK- Kate Bah <? k.
of that city.
Knited state- District Attorney Walker.
i ork, ha- reported io the P
deni adversely upon the petition ol
h for pardon.
Th*- record- in ihe Anarchistic appeal
are nearly ready. Bob Inger.oil will
ibly argue ihe case before the Su?
preme Corm of Illinois.
Thc four-story building, No. 60 to 66
\\ c-i \'an Kuren street, Chicago, was
damaged by lire to the extent of $10,000
* ali;. ly li io mi:.
The Westinghouse Air-Brake Company
notified the Mate Department of
Pennsylvania ol' an ii d its capi?
tal stock of $600,000 io $8,000,000.
church ai Lasalle street ami Chl
avenue, Chicago, founded by Moody,
the evangelist, was gutted by tire this
morning,entailing a loss ,,f about $15,000.
Mormon missionaries have succeeded
in converting twenty citizens of Ni a
England, Pa., Who, with their families,
.?nc makin- preparations to depart for
The Southern Railway and Steamship
Association mei in New York. Routine
business only was done, and no conclu?
sion wa- reached a- to ihe rates to be
The daughter of. \ Mayor Oakley Hall.
\cvv York, wa- married in London
ptain Henry Anthony Bartlett, "t
the United Slate- Navy, -mi of the late
John R. Bartlett, of Providence.
John Ransom, an old Florida journal
jsociate editor of ihe Jacksonville
Times-Union, And formerly well known in
new-paper circles in Washington, died at
Jacksonville suddenly ot Inflammation of
The trunk ..f Messenger Fotheringham
wa--eau bed soon after tin- recent ex
robbery near St. Louis, and a num?
ber nf -beets nf paper Well- folllld COV
wiib .opie- of the signature of W.
.1. Karrett. mana-er of the exprc- com?
The American Secular Union.of which
Rober! 0. Ingenoll i> president, com?
menced its annuli session in New York.
The platform demands that church prop?
erty be taxed, that no chaplains be em
ployed, by Congress or Legislatures, nnd
that no oaths be administered ty courts.
At thc meeting <>f the Academy of Sd
in Boston '?"' i\ittnttmon on a pa
per bv Dr. Alfred Wallace, " The Wind
a- a Seed-Carrier;' was participated in by
Cleveland Abbe, of the Signal Service.
Washington. CK NY- Hill, of Washing
in ..ton, read a paper on "The Construe
lion of New Tables of Saturn."
Thc British Karl of Knniskillen is dead
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Company
appeal tO have collapsed.
Messrs. McDonald, Yoorbees, ami other
leading Democrats ,,f Indiana, hiv.* Leen
in conference on importan: political
At a special meeting <>f th.* Manufactu
ren Hoard of Trade in Fall River. Ma-.,
tin* petition ot the spinners asking for an
advance ot wages wa- decided against.
The stockholders of the Fir-t National
Bank in indianapolis voted thai the In?
stitution go into liquidation, and a tele?
gram was forwarded to Secretary Man?
ning notifying him.
c. B Chatfield*! large flouring mill and
elevator humed at Hay city. Mich . yes?
terday morning with 400 harrcls of flour
and 6,000 bushell of wheat. Loss, $86,
'?nu; insurance. $22,000.
In San Francisco, AlexanderGoldenson
leis been indicted for thc murder of
Mamie Kelley The UOtOriOUl I >. ? I il i i -
Kearney ha- come to the front in this
ca-c a- an advocate of lynching.
< ounselor Howe has secured an order
on appeal staying the execution of Daniel
Driscoll, the leader of the " Whyo'' gang,
who was sentenced to be hanged In New
York -omi bu- the murder of Beezy
There were ',':!| failure- iii the Lllited
States and, < anada reported I" IL 0. Dun
a I ".. uf the Mercantile Agency, during
the week, ai compared w ith i total of 186
last week and'Jiu for the week previous
to the last.
The brewers ul' Latteisuii and Newark,
N. J., have joined hands with those of
New York and Long Island, form:'
combination to maintain the price of beer
and pul a check on boycotting and the
At thc Turf < ..n 'I. -- in Cincinnai
charles Green, of st. Louis, was el
presidenl for the ensuing year, and B G.
Bruci ny. ami the - ad?
journed io meet at Lexington, Ky., ihe
second Wednesday in November, i**sL
tl 18H1 NOTOJi Mil I s.
\ dispatch fruin Chicago asserts that
Bob Ingersoll will beoneofthe lawyers
to represent the Anarchists before the
l oiirt of Appeals.
Thc Republicans areextremely anxious
lu s,*e slime nile el-e returned in Yali
Wyck's place, a- he is tOO likely tu "t'up"
w hen ihe party most needs him in the
Director Kimball, of the Mint Bureau,
roughly calculates that there arc ahout
-even hundred million pennie- in circula?
tion. Thc Philadelphia mini is turning
cut uiie and live-cent pieces tu ihe value
ot |3,000 per day.
Mr. Yilas is now busily engaged in the
preparation cf his annual report. During
the past twelve month- he ha- made a
special study of Hie foreign mai! -erv ice.
and will devote a chapter in hi- report to
thal subject. I; ls intended,of course,to
substantiate the position he ha- taken
with regard to it. and will, im doubt, bc
effectively fortified with facts am! Bg
sullivan ami Hyam.
Bah Francisco November 12.?The
license fur tin- boxing exhibition between
Sullivan ami I.yan was Issued yesterday.
The Chief uf Police and < aplain Doug
lass, who officiates with his club as munic?
ipal referee in all thc big boxing matches,
will attend to -ce thal thc law i- aol In?
Ile Worked Hie Insane Km kit.
Ni w York, November 12. -After a
brief argument before Justice < 'oe ii
thc Court of Genera] Sessions ilds morn?
ing, Francis McCabe, tim ex alderman of
th.- board of 1884, who was recently ad?
judged insane, was turned over lu the
custody of his family undera bail bond of
|20,0W. _ _
A New Fool.
Ai.iii-iuH'i.c.ri:. N. M.. November IS.?
Captain Edward Friend, of the Fl Faso
lilies, arrived here Wednesday night and
opened a roll for recruils to join Cuttings
fiUibUStering expedition to Mexico. It is
understood that 8,182 names have been
placed on the list in this city and mon?
San Fkancisco, Cai,.. Novcmher 12.?
Public feeling has been deeply aroused by
the cold-blooded murder of Mamie Kelly
by Alex. Coldeiison. The victim had a
juvenile affection for GoldenSOn, who has
long horne a bad reputation in the neigh
bornood of his home. Yesterday Golden
IOU was indicted bv the -.'rand jury for
murder, and was with dilliculty removed
to the county jail, a greet crowd stir
rounding the "prison van.
THE LATEST NEWS.
AITIIIKNTS AM) INCIDENTS FROM ALL
SECTIONS Bl TILMRAPI.
.Mewn I pom Chicago A San F***-___*
?is*<i NIuiiliT- Ari Iniliana
riaDging, A'*-.. ?V.-.
Why Nut I.i-t flu- \\ ..niau A lom-".'
Ni;w Yohk. November ll ? Miss I.ose
Elizabeth Cleveland writes to the Pott
this evening, a> follows: "Will you
kindly permit me through your columns
to reply to the many who <till inquire;
Concerning my real present relation io
the little Chicago maLrazine. that all con?
nection with this paper WSJ irrevocably
severed more than a month ago; also,
that all the reported interviews with the,
publisher of that paper have contained
-o little truth in what they have said of
me as to deserve only Tennyson's -timmi
of'The wor-t of lie-.' These falsehoods
would be as harmless as they are ridicu?
lous except for the sad fact that there are
widely circulated newspaper, which re?
ceive and scalier them to many readers,
among whom -onie, feeling kindly to?
ward- me, may sorrow fully believe them
until they arc denied."
[Thia Clogging of a lady after her retire?
ment from a public position is outrageous,
ami the news scavengers who do it merit
public -c.?rn II l's some of the same
crowd who spied on the President on
his wedding-trip. |
Nu I ni liiilint Crowd? in (hil ai;**.
Chicago, November 12.?-The general
situation at the Union stock-yards shows
no essential change beyond the fact t li.it
applicants fm' work were more numerous
than on any previous day. and many of
the old men were included in the list,
bavin- apparently concluded io accept
the protection afforded them and secure
their former place- while lhere i- still op?
portunity. Troops [guarded all the main
approaches this morning, but encoun?
tered no turbulent crowds.
Itaik tu Teii Hours.
(un v. h. November 12.?The Packing
town -trike ha- m.i vet b.-cn officially de?
clared off, though lin-opinion i- general
that it is now univ a question of arrang?
ing details, and that the men will im
tainly go back on lite len hour basis.
Everything wa- quiet di- morning. New
men were applying for work and being
('mi .go, November 12.?About 1.80
o'clock this morning the schooner Marv
B. I.iidw ick, laden w ith -and. wen' ashore
nil' Lincoln Park and went to piece- be?
fore assistance reached her. Her crew
e-caped safely. The l/1'lwick was of bi
tuns burden, and valued at $1,200.
< hat I* -?..u'- ( Icu it \.
< * vi.vTESTON, Tia 18, Nuv ember 12. -The
A'* tr* ha- recel ed from I Iharleston,
through the Nt wt and Couri r of thal place,
a bos of clothing and other articles and
some money fur the Sabine Ka-- sufferers.
A letter accompanies the donation Baying
that the offering is from hearts grateful
for ihe mercie- granted the people of
Charleston during their late vicissitudes.
v Nail Hone) moon.
Ism V\ -POLIS, I STD., Nuv eui ber 12. W.
T. Lester, Who had jUSl returned fruin
ChlcsgO, where he went un hi- \\?-'Klin_r
trip, was arrested at thc Union depot yes?
terday for forgery. Ile admitted his guilt.
The grief Of hi- yOUng Wile when -he
ri alized hi- .hame was pitiful. He had
forged the name of hi- father tu a check
* i."?, and had also forged several other
check-, using the mone) for weddin
I In Nm tuIk I', ink.
Norfolk, \ *> . November 12.- -In the
trial of John B. Whitehead tu day the
prisoner was placed un the w ii m-s-land
in hi- own behalf. I p io ihe lime of the
collapse ut the Exchange National Hank
he did nut knuw its real condition, and
wa- prostrated when told of it by Kain.
The ease will be given to the jury to
W ii.i.i am-1'out. Inp . November 12.?
Bim (Jarrett, ft desperado of this county,
was shot and killed yesterday about three
miles north of here by members of the
Battles-Ground Hone-Thief Association.
Coi.(Mites, <>., November lt.?Michael
Davit arrived from Louisville last night,
and lectured to an immense audience at
the Metropolitan Opera House. His ad?
dress dosed as follows: "Mark my
words, the next election will set Ireland
Another (Inn Some .Short
Nkw Kui nsw uk, N, .J. November 12.
Louis Applegate, for twenty-seven years
the secretary and treasurer of the New
Kruuswick Fire Insurance Company ha_
been dismissed on account of a shortage
of $5,500 In his accounts.
LATEST FOKKM'N NKWS.
Inviting the Linera'* to Keunite.
Tlie Kt:*, pt lan Otiestloll.
CoNsTANTiNoiM.i*:. November IL?Thc
pending aegc-tiationi between Bncland
and Turkey rfdati..' lo the Egyptian
question will, it is tow stated, be com?
pleted forthwith. The basis of the fresh
nnderitandlng will he the joint report on
the condition of Ktrypt to be made hy
Moukhtar Pasha and Sir Henry Drum?
mond Wolff, the special Turkish and
English envoys, respectively.
PARIS, Nov. 11.?The French press con?
tinue to discuss Lord Salisbury's declara?
tion ahout the Hritish occupation of
Egypt, hut all ihe comments are made in
a very moderate tone.
The Journal det Dtbtttt says that cor?
dial negotiations are proceeding between
England and France In the direction of a
friendly settlement respecting Egypt.
London, November ll.?Mr.Gladstone
publishes a letter inviting the Liberals to
reunite. He says: "After resiting the
Marquis of Salisbury's speech, it seem-to
me thal we have arrived at the testing
situation for all Liberals really desiring
Liberal union. We have no righi to de?
mand when the Government have pro?
duced their plans that they shall pursue
an altered course upon them, but we have
already tolerated a long delay in the pro?
duction of those plans. The beginning
Of new delays in February will virtually
l?e making indefinite the'production of
the [dans. 1 am unable to understand
how anybody promoting or inviting inch
delay can be said to desire the reunion of
the Liberal party "
Deiii;iii<liiii; a Ked mt ion in Kents.
Dublin, November il--At London?
derry to-day a meeting Of substantial
fanners, not connected with the National
League, adopted a resolution demanding
a reduction of 40 per cent, in rents. If
the landlords refuse to gran! the reduction
demanded the tenants will deposit the
money in bank lo the landlords' credit.
As an alternative the tenants are willing
t<? buy their holdings al fifteen years' pur?
chase. Tin* Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland is
one ol' the landlords interested
I lu..tl- iii It.il*,.
Rora, November H.?The rivi's Po
and Adige have overflowed and sub
merged the country along their courses.
At Ajbenga, the high waters of the Lo
dislodged tin- railway bridge while a train
was crossing, precipitating the cars and
passengers into the river Five persons
were drowned. The town of ComOSUbo
is submerged. Thc railway servite be?
tween Nice and Genoa ls interrupted.
I allier io i* ir- Proposed History.
ROMK, November ll. The Lope has
placed all the literary treasure- ol' thc
Vatican library al the disposal of Father
Grisar, of innsbruck University, who pro
poses writing a history of Rome. The ob?
ject of Father Grisar will be to confute
the assertions contained in the Gregoro
viiis History regarding tin- influence and
temporal power exercised hv the Lope in
the middle ages.
Tin* Nobby Noldemeii.
London, November 18.?The 8t. Jame*
Gatetti declares that the Fail ol' Iddes?
leigh, Foreign Secretary, had high words
with Haron DeStaal. Russian Ambassa
dui. at their las! interview, and announces
that Baron DeStaal is about to depart
from England on a prolonged leave oi
The Brleted Irish.
Dublin, November 12.?The police
have* b.-en Instructed to report the mun
ber of tenant farmers in each district
throughout Ireland that have been evict
ed, their ability to pa) rent, and whether
tin* National League Influences those
able lo pay. etc
Han^ertuis I ii.* in 15 iimi nullum.
BlRMlNOHAif, Nos. IL -Five thousand
tons of coke at the Birmingham gas-works
arc on tire. The largest gaeometer in
England is on thc premises and in immi?
nent darner of being exploded. The In?
habitants of thc entire neighborhood are
in a | mn ic The firemen have found them?
selves so far unable to ope with the fire.
Bagtaad ami Hie Vatican.
Rora, November ll.?The Stampa tmyt
the Vatican has addressed a note to Eng?
land, askii)Lr tor the establishment of dip?
lomatic relations between that country
and the Vatican.
The Prince He.-line*.
Tiknova, November 12.--Tin Kine- of
Denmark has telegraphed to the Presi?
dent of the Sobranje, on behalf of his
son, Prince Waldemar, ex press! mr thanks
for the honor eonreyed hy the election of
the Prince to the throne of Hulgaria, but
unconditionally lefusing to accept the
position. It will he needless, therefore,
the KitBf -says to send the proposed
delegation to Vonnes, to otlicially notify
Prince Waldemar of his election.
The \ nar. lust-.
Cihcai.o, November 12.?The records
in the case of the convicted Anarchists
will he submitted to Judge Cary for sig?
nature. Leonard Swett has conditionally
?greed to assist in the defence before the
Illinois Supreme Court. A morning pa?
per asserts that Colonel H. Q. Ingersoll
has also agreed to associate himself with
Reported bv C. W, Kraneh A Co., bankers
and bn-ken*. No. lill Main street.
B-4-1 Sk*i kitiks. Bid. Asked.
N. -rth Carolina 4's, c., 100 101
Pl, c., 120 ?
Virginia Cs, euiisuls, 54 ?
Virginia S's, peelers, 44 ?
Virginia 3-4-o-p' 40's, 44*} ?
Virginia.Ts. new. 63) o4|
Virginia ct ms* il OOUpOSMk Old, 64 ?
Virginia conaol coopona, July, '83;
January, '*\ 40 ?
Richmond - 143 146
Richmond b's, I2t> ?
Richmond S's, 102 ?
Richmond 4's. IOU ?
R WI.KOAH Stu* Ks
A AC. Air Kine. 93 94
Char., C.I. and Aug.. 38 4l
C. A <... nreferred. 47 52
Canada Muthern, 041 65
Psi, Lack, and Western, 139) 40
Erie, 35* ?
E. Tenn., 1st preferred. 74*j 75
K. Tenn., 2d preferred, 30*" 31*
B. Tenn., common, K>i 13_
Georgia I'aciiic, 2."). 26
rlockingValley, 40*. 41
I . KA \\\. I7i 18
Jersey Central, *>__ 52|
KakeXiure. Mi 98.
Louisville and Nashville, W 8$
M.. K. T., M Mi
X. A W . preferred, BOA BU
New York and New England, 621 ?>__
.Vi. rt h western, UH* U8|
.Vurthern I'aciiic. (Ml 64)
N'.'vv York Central, 118) 113)
Petersburg. 671 Ml
I'aciiic Mail. M8 .r)4)
Reading, 88] 37
i: - P., uro iot
Richmond Terminal, i?**} i?4
Richmond and Danville, 171 178
K. P., and P. div. uMiga.. BM <?>)
mi. ooj w**
Union Pacific, SIM ?*>_
Western Union Tel , 781 78]
Chiengo Orratn timi Trttntrntm Market.
Reported by C. ES. Rbdfobd *& Co.,
I.KAIN COMMISeiOl NIKKI II A.VTS,
No 8 -ul I ll I WKI.KTI1 HT.
Cnn too, November fl, 186t
Wheat, Highest. Lowest, closing.
December. Tl, 7 H 74-.
January, 75J IM 7fr
May, Bl) HU Mli
December, 86) ;,; _?
January, 861 361
May, ll 41) 41)
Dec*- 96) 101
January, 86. 86) 86)
May, EMH : :<>*-) WI
December, 8.40 0.88 9JQ
January 10.10 '.cit loos
December, 5.90 8.90 5.90
January, 5.08 8.66 SJI
January, 5.18 5.18 5.15
February, 5.17 5.17 5.17
Estimated receipts of hogs, 18.000;
December vThent?Puts, 74i: calls,
NKW Vu ll K.
Wheal Highest. Lowest, (hising.
December, 96) 86)
January, B6J k?| 86)
December, L5J 45)
January, 46) 47,
?) ?H, 71)
The wheat market has ruled very steady
but quiet, ami the range is small. The
early feeling WSJ tinner on account of
better cable and on report that exporters
Were buying more freely, bul advance
waa mel bj very few. Eastern market-,
were dull. The trade centered mostly in
hands of the local crowd. Receipts for
to-morrow show a decided increase and
this caused a weak tone toward the close.
vYe consider market i Mdt on the ad?
Corn was also quiet and declined quite
steadily, closing al inside. Receipts are
not specially heavy, but prospects of clone
of navigation caused dull feeling
Provisions were a tritle stronger on
unsettled condition of affairs at stock
*N<-w York Stock Markft.
K KV I KW.
A'kw Vukk, .November 12,?Prices 0JMM4
dull and steady. Ths decline lu-re yesterday
apparently having had but little ?-lilli on
foreigh markets, which came tinner at about
an equivalent t*. our quotations of last even?
ing. After the opening the amount of deal?
ings fell off rery considerably, the room
traders and local operators who hammered
duwn prices yesterday, having probably sold
aa much a* they cared to, and were waiting
foroomenew mature before venturing fur?
The market remained stubb*.rnly strong
during the afternoon and showed evident* oi
si.ine substantial buying, the trunk linea
holding their own in spite nf all. On the
vv hule it bas been a quiet dav and without
any new feature, and that values should have
held their own under such pressure is to us a
satisfactory indication of their stability.
Market clo**-*! firm. Money, 6 i*.r cent.
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