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THE DAILY TIMES.
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page Mccarty, - - editor.
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Daily, 3 months. 1.28
Liberal commission to agents to solicit
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linoh, 2 times:. 1.00
1 inch, 3 times. MB
llneh, 4 times. 8.00
1 inch, B tiim-s. ?"> 78
linell, (i times. UM)
linch, 12 times. Sl"'
linch. 1 month. 18.00
linch, 2 months. 27.00
linch, 3 mont hs. 85.00
1 hath, Li months. ,'>7.oo
l'inch, 12 months. 78.00
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SATURDAY, - - NOVEMBER 13.
Mr. Samuel *1. Randall, Chairman of
the House Committee on -Appropriations,
ls anxiously expected in Washington.
According to Mr. McPherson the Dem
OC.rats will have eighteen majority in tl e
next House without counting Hie labor
mem be r.
Timothy Brown is appointed Indian
Agent for the Slate of New York, ls he
to put the Tammany Sachems on a reser?
vation, or must they bc treated ai hos
Kditor Cutting is reported io be in the
incipient stage of filibuster. He wants
to capture a peri of Mexico so thal his
suit for damages may stand a better
chance than at present.
Blaine and Cornell politicians are rei
ported as booming thc senatorial candi?
dacy of Levi V. Morton in New York.
The Republicans have a majority on
joint hallot in the Legislature by 88
The policy-holders will not lind out,
Until too late foi their political repu?
tations, what is going on in the State.
And when they do, it will bc comical to
See how they will hasten to make another
It was understood last nighl that Un?
packers strike in Packingtown wai
and that the men were rapidly returning
to work on a ten-hour basis.
Mr. Armour yielded on some poll tl and
the men on Others
Editor Cutting's claim against the V
ican Government for $56,000 darna.
account of false Imprisonment and per?
sonal indignities has been on file in ihe
Htate Department for some time, but no
action has vet been taken in regard lo it
Sharp, Richmond, Poshay, ami Kerr,
have Leen arraigned in New fork, and
will doubtless all have io walk tin Bridge
of Sijj-hs to prison.
It is a credit to the metropolis that
official corruption rarely escapes punish?
ment, when there is any way lo timi it
The average newspaper reader ought to
know that every thing in a newspaper
cannot he written by the editor, and thal
the policy of a journal cannot always In?
harmoniously pursued in thc telegraph
aud local depart men ts, when the work is
being done at lightening speed at mid?
Prince Waldemar has asked his father
if he can accept the throne of Bulgaria,
and pending the period of doubt incident
the parental meditation the (/ar leta it
be known that the Prince of Mingrellia
is his choice. We should say that the
Sobranje had better hasten to hold
another pow-wow and elect the Czar's
Our esteemed contemporary the Whig
refers to the position of the Lynchburg
Convention on the Riddleberger bill.
That is where the Riddleberger idea
gets wrong. We are not now in the
dutches of Mallow and Arthur; and be?
sides this, the Riddleberger bill has
brought us to a horrible condition.
It involves us in a secession issue of
1861 against the Federal Courts.
T.IK ?? I1ITI ASPECT.
It is an element of a modern newspaper
to give th<' humorous as well as the grave
view of all passing events, and hence we
let aattre have it's part in criticising thr
Official acts of the State authorities.
Hut it is a matter of the weighlicst im i
portanee that the people of the State
should lie honestly informed of the rea!
condition of things; and the point for
Democrats to consider quickly, ll that the
Republicans have determined to advocate
I fair debt settlement upon thc otTcr ol
the creditors, which is to leave sufficient
revenue to the state to pay all lurex
peiltei OD tlU present basis. The Demo?
cratic conventions have been accustomed
tO CUt rates with tin- Mahonites, and hid
lower whatever thc Republican platform
called for. Hut. strange to say. the ex
ample is to be changed; and if we are to
follow it. still we must go for a debt
settlement merely because Mahons does
Is it nol better to lake the lend for one
and explain, to begin with, that lhere is a
practical nay out of our difficulties, and
without risking our school fund or any
other of our appropriations?
The party that takes the field tilst with
this straightforward plan will win, ami
Oeneral -labona is smart enough to
?'Till: TIMKS" IN CX>! KT.
When Mr. Royall resumed his argu?
ment before Judge vYellford, in the boy?
cott case yesterday morning, he asked
His Honor if he had seen Tin: Daily
Timi b of thai morning
The Judge replied thai he had not.
" Then." said Mr. Royall, " it is not sur
]>ri>i ii tr that you do nol know the news of
the day. 1 cite Your Honor lo the capi?
tal statement of the law of boycotting
contained in this morning's Timks, which
is perfectly conclusive of this case. If
Your Honor and others read Tm; DAILY
TIMBS as I do, you would all be as well
posted in the news as 1 am."
The Statement of ihe law referred to
wa- .fudge Brigham's decision in the boy?
cotter"'- case just made in Boston, and our
eagle eye caught this opinion of Judge
Brigham Thursday night on the wire
when the Erudite M oonshee of the Dis?
patch wa- snoozing, Ihe pundit was study?
ing dictionary, and the humorist was
wrestling with a funeral joke.
MW. CARLISLE and THE SPEAK! i;
The question ha-' been asked if Mr
Carlisle could be elected Speaker in the
event of his seat in Congress being eon
There K a well-known precedent
in this case. During President Tyler's
administrat on Hon..John Winston Jones,
of Chesterfield, obtained the certificate of
election from this (Richmond) district.
His gea! wa- Contested. He had been
speaker ol the previous Congress, and
was re-elected notwithstanding the con?
test. The contest was decided in his
favor both by thc election committee and
the House. Mr. Carlisle can be elected
Speaker notwithstanding his scat i? con?
We hup: ibat in discussing the debt
question, which is an unavoidable issue,
our contemporaries of the Virginia press
will understand that we neat their
opinions with all due respect, and that
when wi make fun and ''andy satire, it is
in good nature and without a thought <>!
Bx-Sollcitor-General?loode, of the Gov?
ernment counsel in the Kell Telephone
suit just ilia ided in Ohio, ba- Stated that
nothing had been decided as yd as lo the
future action of the Government in the
case. A consultation would be held
shortly, be -aid. io determine whether an
appeal should be lakell to thc Supreme
Court of the Knited Mate-, ur a new -nit
entered?thc suit just decided having no
bearing in the case other than that of
want of jurisdiction.
| Alttrum wtikout.]
KitAiii'.i) UK? ?*? Seaton, I lay."
" Has the devil
been arrested f"
"Your Highness, 1 thought that I had
a .uupon fruin his tail but I lind that it
once belonged lo Colonel Royall's imporl
eil Skye-lerrier Plug, thi' hero of the late
unpleasantness on Main street, wherein
the Newfoundland was tbe party of tin
Other part Kui if your Highness could
refer it to the l)i*j>?t<-lt for verification 1
think WC would be able to prove that it i*
j really the tfp of His Satanic Majesty's
u It .hall be so. The stars burn pale
and ere the matinsof another dav mavhaj
that shallow Richmond takes the cake
but by St. Paul (Minnesota), my policy
shall hold until the crack of doom.'
This is a phrase which has been adopted
by American Socialists from Kttropc and
which will henceforth become familiar
in our labor discussions. It means that
portion of values which results from an
increase of population: as when land in
Minnesota doubles in price every five
'vars on account of immigration. 1*his
unearned increment," say socialistic
philosophers, belongs not to any one
individual, but to all the people whose
presence or existence contributed to the
increased value. Here is the definite
statement of the organised labor party of
Henry George Ol this ipieslion :? WW
We copied the Henry George platform
several days ago, which explains the
theory of land-confiscation.
SPECIAL AMI I'EKSONAL.
Gentleman George has failed to keep an
appointment with a blind giri?Justiec
in Brookly. Surely his distinctive title is
forfeited.? Neat York Star.
"Oak Yiew" is the authorized name of
the President's country home. It has
been know n hy 1 he several names of " Red
Top." " Forest Hill," and " Pretty Cro?
Widow Thompson, of Batavia, N. Y.,
will have to pay $3,500 for accusing an
other woman of Mealing ber wood. The
wood cost 78c, the suit $827, and the
damages arc as stated above.
Harry Sargent, Modjeska'i lirst mans
ger, is trying to Loom Miss Adelaide
Moon- by sending carrier-pigeons ahout
the country with her photograph. This
may beguile the agricOlOUS bumpkin, hut
he never has the chance to go to the the?
Mr. Randall has asked General Bing?
ham for a formal retraction or apology
for saying thal he (Randall) was cowardly
in his public actions.
General Bingham replies with as grace
ful ami manly an apology as could have
been written south of Mason A Dixon's
Mi-- Winnie Davis is the guest in Syra
disc of Dr. Emory, the son of General
William Emory, s retired officer of the
army. There is an Interesting story in
coiine. lion with this fad. In 1826, over
half a century ago, when General Emory
entered the Military Academy al West
Point as a cadet, Jefferson Davis was in
thr senior class. Young I'.inory was in
delicate health and weak physically, while
I); vis was a giant in strength. In the
numerous quarrels and difficulties Into
which the unfortunate plebe is forced
young Pinory found a wann defender in
the strong arm of Davis,whose tender?
ness of heart was equal to his bi avery and
strength. After the boys left Wes! Point
they were separated for many year-, aad
even though they foUghl on Opposite
-ides their friend-hip never waned and
wai continued in afterlife by the children
of the old West Point chum-.
I ll l.it IMPOTENCY OF THE TO I.I IV"
'rh.* I mit in nil \ Board Defied -and Helpl.---.
William I. Royall is openly and avow?
edly practicing law without a license,
having tendered coupons for his regular
license-tax as i law vcr.
William L. P..yali has tendered cou?
pons in payment of bia State taxes on
property in Fauquier county. When the
treasurer levied on his horse. Mr. Royall
locked ii up in the stable and the treas?
urer did nol dale to take it. Another
taxpayer did the same, with a similar re?
William L Royall is selling coupons to
any one who wishes to buy them. He
has no license to sell coupons.
William L. Royal] ia constantly bring?
ing coupon Butta against the 'date otli
cials. IL-ha-not the Bpecial license to
bring coupon sups aj required by the
? Baby Act," and he ictuses to lake ont
Why do not the state's officers arrest
William I. Royall, or even prosecute bim
for any of these breaches of unconstitu?
tional acts? Because William L. Royall
is acting in strict accordance with the
law. and his constitutional rights. Those
who molest him arc the law-breakers.
The weak and ignorant are frightened
and bulldozed by the Mate's officers. Let
them no longer submit to lt. The lame
protection will be extended to them as i
extended to William L. Royall.
s. s. T.
HON. JOHN B. B UtBOl R
At the Viiipniit 1). ino. rilli. A--ti.eal ion
"When 1 went away in the slimmer,''
he said to | Pott reporter al the Metro?
politan Hotel last night, "1 never thought
ol such a thing as Democratic losses in
Virginia. I did not dream of any dan
?' i Mahons had already been put down
and 1 did not see how the Republicans
could win. Of course I have not had
time to Inquire Into the causes, but I pre?
sume thal the Democrats of virginia do
not I bink they have received the recogni?
tion lo which they wen- entitled at the
hands ol' the Adininist ration." Mr. Har?
bour has observed that SODAS of the USWS
1 papers have been referring to him as an
e\-< ongrcssinan. "lam not an ex 1 On
greasman yd by any means."
It is said that the pending negotiations
between Turkey Hint England relative ti.
the Egyptian question will he pushed ti.
a speedy conclusion.
The receipts of Herr Piebknecht't*
American tour will he donated lo tin
electoral fund of the (ierman Socialist
Iii a Tender of Coupon-, miy Better Wlwn
In May, June, September, 1 H?.">, lt. h.
Maury, attorney, tendered coupons for his
license-tax,amtseveral samph' merchants.
Cou pons were ref ti sed, and he then paid
money for same under protest, and
brought suit in the Hustings Court to re?
cover money illegally coJ_-..ded by the
treasurer. To-day the city sergeant
served five executions against Treasurer
Greenhow, which were paid by him.
Amount tendered was $825; amount paid
willi costs, interest, and commission to
sergeant was |408.89. The treasurer has
now to apply to the Hoard of Indemnity
HiMiille In Politics.
The people everywhere are disgusted
with "boodle in politics.'' It was the Re?
publican party that introduced the cus?
tom of raising enormous campaign funds
for the purpose of carrying doubtful
Slates. It was ihe K. publican party th.lt
furnished the money willi which Doney
and Dudley " saved Indiana" in 1884. It
is the Republican party that created the
Goulds and Huntimrtons, and encour?
aged their incursions into the field of
"practical politics." it is the Repub?
lican party that has filled the Knited
States Senate willi Moneybags, railroad
agents like Sewell, Mitchell ni oregon,
and Stanford, and millionaire protectors
of monopolies like Warner Miller, Saw
vcr. and Don Cameron, lt was the Re?
publican candidate for President who sat
down to the fatal "Kelsha/./.ar feast" with
the confident plutocrats in this city on thi?
eve of BU election which they thought
was to confirm their grip upon thc*
eminent.*?-Vi m York world.
Ionian News M is* illaiiv .
Floods are devastating Northern Italy.
Severe storms have Bwept over Spain.
A dozen cases of cholera are reported
daily at I ieiiua.
M. Kaul Keri, French Minister resilient
in Annam, ls dead.
Dr. Fischer, (he African traveller, has
died of gastric fever.
Emperor William Thursday received
Prince Louis of Bavaria.
Mr. (Hailstone has written a letter in?
viting the Liberals to reunite.
The oflieial CeUSUS of PrUSSiS shows a
population of 28,318,458 persons.
Ritter Scholler, the head ol' the great
Viennese firm of thal name, is dead.
The Belgian chamber of Deputies bas
re-elected M. de Kallt-heere pre-ident of
ll is asserted that three Italian iron?
clads have been ordered to join the Eng?
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain and Mr. Jesse
Collin--, M. P., dined yesterday with the
King of Greece. ; .*
Kiepert, the celebrated geographer, has
sustained dangerous Injuries while ascend?
ing the Bozdaghmountain in Asia Minor.
Ai the Boyle sessions Thursday Mr.
Tully called Crown Solicitor Burke a liar
and a swindler. Tully was committed foi
A brutal prize fight took place Thurs?
day at Hartington, England, in which, it
is reported, one of thc combatants was
Mgr. de Kende, papal nuncio to France,
has returned to rans, after having had
long conferences with the Kopc and Car?
The funeral of Frederick Archer, the
English jockey, took place yesterday. It
ls believed Archer's illness of Itself would
proi ed fatal.
The French committee on the bill for
annulling the concordat consists of thir?
teen members in favor of the bill and
nine opposed tu it.
The new organ Of the Avenue Hoclie
church, Karis, was dedicated yesterday.
Mr. McKane, the American minister, was
smong those present.
The newspapers opposed to the Greek
Government violently criticise the budget,
declaring thal the country cannot sup?
port the increase In taxation.
The sherill of Portree and the court
agent of several landlords have an?
nounced thal if the crofters pay two
thirds Of their arrears no proceedings
will be liken against them.
The pro-British vToon of North Bur?
mah has been murdered by subjects op*
posed to the British occupation. General
? it-will at mno begin active opera?
tions to subdue the country.
lt ls rumored that the workmen recent?
ly arrested at Buckan and Madgeburg on
the charge of high treason were con?
spiring to incite the soldiery to join them.
Workmen of Halie and Leipslc were im?
ilu- Mill Till -phone.
Coi.i ubi s, November 12.?Judge Thur?
man, the leading counsel for the Govern?
ment in the Kell telephone case, expressed
great surprise last night at the decision of
Judge Sage at Cincinnati, and said he be?
lieved the telegraph report that the judge
had thrown the case out of the court must
be a mistake of the reporter, as Judge
was only passing on the demurrer.
In case the decision i< as reported, he
Mys nothing will be done further till the
c lunsel for the Government holds a con?
sultation in this city in December, and
the case will probably be then taken to
the Supreme Court.
nightly -langai i
.loNKsitoiio, III., November 1*..?-Wil?
liam S. Wilson was hanged this after?
noon at 1:40 o'clock. His crime was a
most atrocious one. Shortly before last
Christinas he deserted his wife and seven
children at West Saratoga, leaving them
with but live dollars. Returning on the
seventh day of last .January lie found
some neighbors at his house chopping
wood. Ile went into the house, and
without a WOI-I shot his wife dead. In
two months the woman would have be?
come a mother Wilson was tried in the
September term of court, convicted, and
sentenced to the gallows.
The wife of Senator Cameron will pa* the
winter in Washington.
A young lady (.easterfl Maine criss by the
hour because slut Ls tall.
Turkey Isudvancing. Four Constantinople
women are publishing vernen
A hidy r-ivvntry des*-rilied a ballet girl as
"an open muslin umbrella with two pink
New York has a woman's debating club.
Everything in to bs discussed but woman suf?
frage and (res love.
Lady Churchill Ls being roughly criticLs.-.l
in England for having written a letter ap?
proving flirtations after marriage.
Mrs. George B. McClellan will pass tho
winter in Rome. She is now visiting tba
Count**-*-; Torrigani at Florence, Italy.
A fVasMngton correspondent says that
Miss Kate Field is going to build a house at
the capital, which will h.* a model of taste,
elegance and artistic U'auty.
Mrs Cleielsnil ls a great lover of flo were.
Nearly all the plants have baan traiLsferred
from the llowmrbedsoi the executivs man
binn gi"linds t<i the conservatory, and the
mistress .if the mansion usually gives an hour
or so daily to this pleasant retreat.
.Miss KndieoU. daiiKhter of tbs seeretary of
war, will figure prominently rn Washington
society this winter. Bbs IsaBostoa girl to
the tips of her lin .rei-, and is Said tO bs SS
-different from Min Lemar as Maamelni
b different from Mlenerippt
When Mlle, de b-sep- w.-nt mit the other
day In N'-w York to buy some candy, the
proprietor of the eoiif.. -litin.-ry she \:
leainlng that she was one of the Preach visi?
tors, not only refused to be paid for it, hut
offered her the freedom of the store.
A feature of Pacific coast lib* which im
presses .very stranger who spends much
tillie there is the great number of large
women to tx* aeon. A woman of iiinm-n-e
c'rcuinf.'renee is a rsieaight la the east; hut
then tliey are as numerous aa the inonu ta ins.
Miss Jenni.* Lamar, daughter of the i
tar) of the Interior, ia to "come out" In Wash
?i society this winter. Bbs b described
as a "typical southern beauty." Her form is
somewhat hall, lithe and willowy: her move?
ments particularly graceful, and ber manner
marked by the culture observable m "bin.*
blooded" southern ladies.
At the Cash Girl's home, New York, a
dressmaking class baa been organized under
the patronage of two benevolent ladies. Un
Thursday a ICOrs of the girls mei at the
hoine, and under the tuition of au expsri
enced modiste, who furnishes ber services
hes, they are rapidly learning how to cut,
tit and drape. ?
Though the empress of Austria is no longer
allowed to take hoi IB, lbs ia D
her returning strength to make extsnaive
pedestrian excursions in the oeighl orhood of
Isehl. Shu not only walks long distal
but gets up at abnormal hours laths morn
lng to start on her journeys If nu marchs of
the .period mean to go on in this way intend?
ing courtiers will soon hav.* t*. pan an exam
(nation in athli I
An Fatirn county, Ul-., voling lady is a
rustler. She teaches sci.I, for which she
receivi ? $1" per month, assists her motlier in
the housework, takes care of throe bones and
two cowa, bas a class in Sunda] school,
correspondent of the weekly newspapers, and
ia pn -id'Ht of a rawing k> i"* v Darb
summer when she "rushed" she
painted her mothers bouse without and
within, and papered two rooma
Thh' thi :
with a total membership of 0,000. have been
rued in Paterson, S. J.
Coal mm' i ? et Mt. < allied,
;;>e unless the reduct lon of lu
I rc ot made hist y< ar ia restored.
i that the strike ol the I
,n .N.*w York will become
,1 in iii u and the surrounding cit
bur.-., thal in oin
1 vania the average pa} in 1885 waa
A basting machine tbat is said to bi
? the work of Hf teen girls is being tri d
in a large clothing house in Boston, and the
? I the hoUSa, h"th girls aud uii-n,
are considerably excited thereby. Perhaps
they will strike.
The trike of the ratstaon, N. J., iron
nosdera contfauas. An order from South
\ i in ri.-a for jet*.'hm worth of machiner ?
.1 because of the uncertainty
to what the man will do, and tha order
went to England
A decision has been letadered b] the United
States supreme OOBli in t li" eas.-of the Wa
bairn against the people of the State of Illi?
nois, ihe judgment of the supreme court of
Illinois, which was advene to the railroad,
was rswened, and the cits.* iras rwamnded.
The protest which the Knights of Labor
convention adoptsd agam-t the compulsory
insurance schemes of railroad coriM.ration-,
-ays Tba Cincinnati Fnipurcr, has la lt the
aaamsntof reason. Theos *-heini*-*t, whits os
tensibly in tbs interest Of the employe ni..ne,
arv really also a protection nf th** employing
eoinpanies against suits for damages
The annual report of Chief Arthur, of the
Brotherhood of Loooinotive Eo| tm statei
that twenty-eight new division* nrsTS fOTBaSd
during tha past year, making a total of 881,
with a membership of 80,000. Bfnostheu
lura nee hranoh of tbs organi/atiou wa**
st.arU*d nearly |aVOCj<j\000 baa l>s*en paid fee
widows and orphans of members.
Height of the Hl-.nia.rck Family.
On the door Of PrittOS bismarck's study at
Friedri hsruli*** are notches indicating tbi
height of all thi members of the family.
They aro as followa: Prince Bismarck, <*> feel
imchss; Coom) Herbert, n fi-*?t 1*^ Inches
Count William, 6 fset )*,' inch; Count Kant
zan (Bismarck's son-iu-lawj, r? feet lo , in
thea; Princess Biimarck, 5 i'-set S'-*j inches
and CoantSBS Mary Vus Ilantzun, th<
prince's daughter, 5 fest 8 inches.?Detroit
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K. P. KirilAHIISdN & (H..
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Carpetings, Oil t'lotbs, Window Bkt4ei
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No. N9 K. Main Stki.kt,
Kai k Kr*' k. Richmond V*
Geo. W.Anderson & Son.
ISO. _ MAIN ST.
VT KW FKOKAL STORE
Bas! Main Street, Riche
Baskets, Bouqut ts and Punei i I
tastefully arranged al short noti
Buds and Cul Flowers a specialty.
I olIN K. TOLER,
o'"r. Park avenue and \.
k, .-j -. onstantl) on band l I ,i ?'-.
ever*} description for UOUQUI
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Classes Thursday nights at 8 P M
Qents and Ladies.
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Bankers and Brokers,
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RESTAURANT, BAR /.ND BILLIARD
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