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KIMBER 21. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1886. ONE CENT.
lill. DAILY TIM I.s.
VY, N,,\ EMBER 14.
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100 Fast Froud
Thinl ami I
318 Bast !?
?JU'. North Ninth
. 1509 Bast Main
i lil R Kl PORT.
\ PH ii s> \i ?*, iry.
&s killed by b*
-end. Yt., is threat
ghtei u I then him
lie Patrons of
eth of Judge Lud
Pa., was com
vi iib implements
' '; that tin '
thi ii . -ti\<
* r thal thc)
? lined i<? psj
ItOl "? Ile
?? omi ? ' i
Hewitt, the daughter ot
!!. will be married to Dr.
1 i Kentuckian, on
,..d Mr. Ibu
Mun- Bartholdi and wife have -ailed
I rant e Their sudden departure wai
caused by the Illness of his mother.
\ landslide al Sisteron, .1 town ol
? e in the P to dav i
a railway accident, by which thret
were killed and thirteen wounded.
It j- reported that v\ illiam M. Stewart,
Republican, will be the new Senator from
was one ut' the lirsi senator.
ue. and married a dan
of the famous Hints 9
Rea Ivei D ivie* ol '.rani A Ward, bas
sued Mayor Grace, of Ww York, foi
illeged to be due the Inn on ac*
I of transactions with Ferdinand
Ward. Mr. Grace make- a general denial.
Cha Lyman, a i ramp, sm
into Daniel 1 ? -hop,;,;
W IlllC -li ' Hie j.lace
"ti lire. The building w a consumed,and
Lyman and a horse were burned to death.
\\ _SHINGTO> Mill >.
The Orinoco river "na- ' lared
?< to free nav igation.
Thc Slate Department is informed that
. er coin except as
? neral Sheridan'- report,
made pul terday,there mic 2,102 of
'bienli-icd men in the army.
i li ronimo's .ui render to Gene?
ral Miles he - ij - 'The surrender was
under circumsl ind conditions thal
should not in my judgment prevent their
iu the civil authorities
f.-r punishment as was intended Kv the
Ii ha-been found that some of the new
silver cct- were issued beforethey
? i result, be
? '.at blurred. These notes
designed d, and issued with
phenominal rapidity, and the only inju?
rious result was attributable t*> this issue
of imperfectly dried notes. Tu correct
ihi- a ne.!.' perfect drying Bysti rn is now
ii. The Treasury official
hat lin- nun- are ilie best exe?
cuted ev cr issued by ihe < lovernment,and
that the paper and ink are both
1 inc back of the
-ilver ccriihc. dollar
imination bas just been adopted, lt
1 will bc printed in a 1 i_r 1 s' -hade of .
and will liv e -tandan! silv i i
oilier aero-- lite back uf Ihe Hole.
One object of the novelty is to secure a
i kthat will permit the delicately
ted tacc ut Kn note io show to bet
A [uuof of the new two
ilollar certificate was placed on exhibition
in the Treasurer's office yesterday, and
this nob- will be ready fur issue som:
tbe middle of the month. It bears the por
trait of General Hancock in military uni?
Trying t** Lyne? a Murderer.
r v\t i-i o, V vember Kl.?An
immense aud -< mbled at Metro
indi. ? thc murdet ut little
v lc wa- -hui duwil in
v bj Ah" ? n-uu.
with whom -he was in lov< dm
i! fiery were
nd when the meeting
and proceeded io the
? on of tak
im out and lynching bim. '?'
ng through the
/c. ami by the
il attempts were
ly thal the police were enabled
the mob ai each attack.
ni had somewhat
i heap I ainu.
,.,. i .,w . November ll
i-1 ration which caused much alarm
in this town wa- made to day by a !
number of Italian laborers working in
-ewers, who have nut been paid by the
Bub-contractor in four weeks --wei
;,ip,-. and tOOl-bOXes were siiia-hed and
thn-ai n. destroj other properly.
They were finally assured by Warden
1 Munday. It ap*
villus was losing
Dynamite i ar
d with some of il"
Killed at ??< i.
\, , Yuiiiv. N<-. 18. Thc-teamer Vc
, ,. , .n line, came int-.
morning with its chief officer,
i Mills, iU-t\,\ .ni board. He was
I .-, rday at see by a very peculiar
accid. nt. Standing in thc pilot-house
ree ul the vessel, hi
hi- head out ol the window tu give Ul Or
,!e, lu ihe . nw t,n deck, when lb. -w lng
sail block struck him and deaned
out bis brains. He dropped dead on the
-poi where h. stood. Chid Officer Mills
wa- turiv four yeats old, and had been
on.' in the oomptny'- employ.
Killi Of thc ..rent Strike ;,f < I, j, ... u.,.
Chicago, November 18. A large meet?
ing of the stock-yard striken* waa held
thia evening in Germania Hall, when an
ordei waa read from Grand Master Work?
man Pow dei ly, declaring the -trike off,
and sdi isln ? the men to -zo back to arork
on Wondai Mi Powderly stated that be
idered the strike for eight hom
practicable at the present tune. The meet?
ing received the order with manyexpres
lissent, but the discipline of the
Fni min of Labor prei alli d, nnd il was
t( i Workman. Tims the
\ \ llla-***c in Danger.
Brattm bobo, Vt., .November IS
The post '' tWO
i - hai <? been burni d, and -a number
of oilier build lhere
ine in thi toyi n, mid
h it from here on
iii wreck. If th
-ireei th.- *,. bole S
Lr?T. A -now -torin prevails.
*t H estci i; >| I, , ,!, , .
l>. sveb ? 'ol., November f:. -Infor?
mation of a double murder and st
*. Northern Wyo
!. in vain attempt to produce a
nial motion machine, became insane
am! Btsbbed lu's ? daughter to
death, lb* then wen! mit in thc yard and
hlew oui his brains. His son, eight years
old. was -pared.
Seizure of Oleomargarine.
Davi nfort, I"'. \ November 18. The
fii -i seizure of butterine snd oleoma
rine made here or in I bi Iowa for
violation of the national law, which pro
vide- that the packagi - ol' those substances
must he stamped with ihe name of the
contents, wa- made \bout
eight hun Ind pounds were taken posses
lill* I ile Kr.e.I,I.
I i! vim rn 11 . N. ( . November 13.?At
I o'clock thi- nm rn iii"- lire was discoi
in the grocery ston ltd Bethune,
building, owned by Davidson &
childs, wa*, -avid by the lire department,
but the stock of goodi wa- a complete
k. Tiny had $ I.ooo worth of stock.
hut were only insured for $2,500. The
building was partially insured.
\ Big S ire.
Ni.w York, November 18.?The main
building of the Staten I ing works
?ii W ' -? Richmond, Btati n Island waa d'
st roy ed by fire early thi- morning. It is
supposed thal a kerosene lamp exploded
in the watchman's room while he was
making hi- tour through the bull
--M ooo '| be e.
arc insured for $150,000 in about forty
! li. < niton Crop.
N i w York, November 18. The total
visible supply ol cotton for thc world ls
2,262,742 bales, of which 1,884,842 balea
are American, u
1,928,882 bales respectively last yeai
ipta al a'd interior low ns ere ll
; receipts from plantations, ;;i 1,508
bahs; crop in Bight, 2,346,789 balea
A non Confeeaed.
< I.MMl v. N i i; No-. Pl I
.,n of a man named Fo-' I !.'
edt. at Lincoln, that lp' had accidental!)
sci thc lire thai burned the Barber block
a week ago 1 . was the Brat inti?
mation ii- m -he Ol that
to th -leidav.
Gone < i ooked.
I.,,, 1 - M eibel', bi
Johnson, a collector tor the wholesale
wire ? : lardenheii
ing, and Fl dip Bardenheir, i!,-- bead of
Hu- firm, -'at. s ihat th' . i ""io oin ol'
et. I he embezzlement has been in
? i rant ha
i \. imn.< .ii.-.l.
Mon l iii. vi November b Thi '.v. 1!
known I - -Ar?
thur Buies, win. w yi
conoted hy thc French Academy, has
!?, m exi immunii ated, and the pap*
LunU nu pfc ed undei the han by i
N iv. York, November 18. -Andrea -I
Whiteman, 'hi private detective chai
wiib i, plicated in the blackmailed
schemi against < 'harlen * tsera ol Buffalo,
,., ma , moon found guilty, and
., ntei '"? deferred
Benatof Blah i" Haleigh.
K vi.i.i'.ii. N. C., November I
tor Flair of New Hampshire, addressed a
largely attended and highly anccessful In?
dustrial fair of the colored people here
yesterday. Hi- large audience included
people of both races, lb- urged thc col?
ored people to educate themselves and to
acquire land. Education and land-owner?
ship he declared t<> he clement- of mi
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ACCIDENT- AMI INCIDENTS PROM ALL
SECTIONS KV TELEGRAPH.
More < h.'i7'l.--i*.ii Quakers A Val*
liable Church Burned ASin*
:_u bar I 'hem .iu?-ti< m.
\ Nen "lurk l'.li//artl.
Osweoo, X. V.. November 13.?A bliz
Btruck Oswego ai 9*80 o'clock Itel
night, and it i- -till blowing and snow in
hard. Train--ire delayed and the st reel
railroad I I for Ihi firsi lime -ince
its operation. A licet often light vessels
left here fur < auada about dark
Dight, aid ?; Viv fl ar- an- felt for t lui r
f. lp tu fbi- time but une, the
Snowbird, had bci n heard from, and -he
? < 'harlot! rew were
Thc wind blew forty mile- an hour
ul ile Bnov wa- blinding.
It is feared the damage to Bhippln
b. en great.
\. N Y. November Kl.~Thc
heaviesl snowstorm every experienced
this ea rh in the season ls now prevailing
herc The snow is twenty Incht - deep on
ii level and in drills from thret to -i\ fd I
deep. Train- on ill the roads centering
ire two hours late
W .1 bbtovi *. V V . November 13.?
There was i heavy Bnow fall las! night,
and the snow i- -till falling. It i- now
I fool and a half deep. The train
are mure than an hour late un all the
:- leading tu the eily.
Ai in kn, November ni. -There is over
il uf rmow un the ground here and it
i- -till -novvii.
i lum < bat leeton.
i ii -BLESTON, S. C., Novciubi r 13
Tin rc were three -hock- of earthquake
felt here early thi- morning. Thc first
: one occurred al ten minutes tu I o'clock.
Thi- -huck wa- remarkable for ihe cuni
paiativcly moderate vibrations which fol?
lowed the subterraneous roaring ami thc
detonation, which was quite noisy, and
awn! it many people. Thi- di
turbance was followed ai 1:1-5 A. M. by a
, 1 -huck of about the -ame cha
n-i ul the first bot- showing consider?
ably less severity than bas been observed
in the usual Friday -hucks ui' thc past
few wc k
Previous to (asl night's -hucks there
i tolerably heavy rainfall here, the
first Which we have had fur m-arly three
monti enough fell however to
av erl thc possibilil ??- .mr famine,
wii. b seriously threatens unless there is
more iain -nun.
A Strange Phenomena.
< ui i vim v. S. <'.. November 18.?A
markable phenomenon Is reported Hum
Laurens. I [dence of
A.W. Anderson, a substantial wooden
structure, has been shaking ami trem?
bling i vii v dav I rum :; lu ii K. M. -ince
Sunda] ls il I le- dai ol thc leal i eneral
earthquake shock. Thc mysterious mo?
tion i- precisely similar tu that uf a gen?
uine eathquake. I loon ami w Ind
shaken and crockery and glasswun
tied in a liv'eU manner.
The bouse i- daily visited by hundreds
of people. Who Ic-lify tu Hie Halli uf the
-nu v -one visitor, the Kev. John D. Pitts,
a prominent i d in the
lt*iii-, two hours, during which time he
he counted seventy-five distinct
"( them being a- Btroi
any lt -ince |
eral i vialed within tv.
9, hui iii '
of these has thi- strong phenomenon
manifi sfed it i
\ Barefaced Story.
Vinni.v Ki. November 18.* Joseph
Highland, a tann hand
l bj I. II. Thompson, ran r
of iii md was about to clem the
pen w hen the animal- attacked him, and
itetl him BO bailly thal he 'lied la-t
Ile had been Sngagl ll mi billi bet
md it i- -'ippu-i d that the scent of
blood on his clothing made the beasts fern
\ -*? t iuii? Error.
Boston, M .bs., Nuv. 18. Dr. (diver
Wendell Holmes protests against the
newspapers making him say In his Har
v ard t elebrat lon peom that Em< i son
from the "dirtiest sectarian circle of his
lime." What Dr.Holmes actually -aid
w as : " The daintiest sectarian i mic'
Burned to Deatn tn iii- Boardlng-Hoo?e<
(im v.u. Novembt t 13 A I ? - * spe?
cial fnuii Waco,Tex.,says Q Carbone*
rn - restaurant and three utber buildings
burned yesterday morning. Thc lo
$20,000, with $150,000 insurance. John
O'Brien, who boarded at the restaurant,
lost his life in the burning building.
lix li inkliilil I Milli.les.
Kim viu.i.i'iii v. November 18. \ -? ne
ral uneasy feeling and dissatisfact lon still
exists smong the Frankford textile work?
ers. I ... talk of withdrawiii- fruin the
Knight- of Kabur and forming an inde?
pendent organisation -till continues, hut
DO at live sops are being taken.
1 HUM l> TO IIIATH.
A Siispi,-iniis Murder.
Ci.kvki.am). 0., November 18.?Mrs.
Benjamin s. Wheeler, of 46 Eagle street.
was choked to death hist night hv one of
two men who entered the house for the
purpose of robbery. One Mr. Wheeler,
the husband of the murdered woman, was
also assaulted, and received a bad cut upon
thc head. Fat bnivi'-, a private watch?
man, was lbj- morning arrested, charged
with the crime. Wheeler identified him
a- tin* man who made the assault.
There are several curious circumstances
in connection with the case. One is. that
?he old gentleman,after heine; assaulted,
crawled into bed and went to shep, not
knowing, as he claims, that his wife had
been murdered. It ls also stated by
friends of ihe couple, that they had not
lived happily together for some \
Wheller has also hcen arrested They
were quite wealthy.
Catholic Ck-arek Harald.
Pittsburg,November 18.- Shortlyaf
ter midnight list Dight fire broke out in
St. Filer's Roman Catholic pro-Cathi
in Alleghany city. The tin* had gained
such headway when the firemen appeared
"ii the scene that all efforts to extinguish
it pro*,..! futile. The entire edifice was
totally destroyed. Thc loss is estimated
at .mc hundred thousand dollars, which is
fully covered by insurance. It i's said
the fire originated from the natural .>nt
Norfolk, Va., November 18. -In the
? ase of John B. Whitehead, presidenl of
the broken Exchange National Bank, for
misapplying funds with intent to defraud,
was given to the jury this afternoon at 8
"'lock, lt was later communicated to the
court that thc jury could not agree. They
wen- locked up until Monday.
**iis. BSawartPa *?* hi.
Ni.w YORK, November IT?The will of
thc late Cornelia M. Stewart, was ad?
mitted to probate this morning in the
Mr. Henry Hilton ami Mr. charles .1.
clinch, qualified as executors by taking
the usual oath, and letter- testamentary
Wet'e [88Ued t" them.
I illili Kv j.In-inii.
Suiiiiiin. Pa., November bb?The
boiler in Rfapes' mill exploded with ter?
rific force last night, blowing thc mill to
atoms and Instantly killing Milton Mapes,
lin* owner of the mill, and his son, a boy
12 years old who was lorn to frag?
ments. Fobeit Ifonross.LinkComstocK,
and Harry Knowles, employees, wen* -e
riously, il not fatally injured.
The Dominion Deficit.
I?11 v.w v. < >\ i . Novembi r 13. The an
Dual financial statement of the Dominion
Gol eminent -how - a deficit "t $5,865,551,
w hich is attributed by the ministry to war
claims growing oul of i he recent rebellion.
\ Bleal Prom Lamb.
Norpolk, V v.. Novemhei 18 I -lionel
William Lamb was geen to-night by a
I reporter In regard to the al
. trouble between Congressman Wise
Imself, He -aid he knew nothin
any trouble whatever between them.
Moe Men al Work.
1 November 18. -There is
in the status of effaira al the
Btock-yarda lin's morning except thal
many more new men ure at work.
vim. Trouble Alu ni.
I. . !...-.. -..,'. ? mb. r 18. Thc bondon
Socialist i have announced their intention
to .hold a nu Qi m-t rat ion in Tra
ir Square on November '.'1.
< alli.* Disi-js,-.
Indi ?? ?? sPOLie ' is ember 18.?
Tin* State Fond of Health receivd a dis?
patch yesterday announcing thai pl-uro
pneumonia had made it- appearance
among cattle al Boswell, Fenton county.
Elxpresa HcMon****ei tecldentallj **.het.
Ti i vin*. v\ v. Tia v-, November Ff W
\\ Longstaff, a messenger of thc Pacific
ll\pn* - Company, was accidentally -hot
and killed yesterday afternoon in the com?
pany's office in 'hi- place by the dlschargi
of a pistol.
-?.ii i. i Naaater.
Batavia, V v.. November 18.- Un
Rachel Bushman was yesterday awarded
$3,500 in an action tor Blander against
Mr-. Miranda Thompson, who had ac
cused Mrs. Bushman of stealing an arm?
ful of wood from her.
About a year ai'o Andrew .1. Kimball,
of Forsyth, Sf on., sought an acquaintance
with a Eastern lady with a view to mar
and -"cured Miss Maggie A.
Fh.nh-..o! Huntington, Pa., as a eorrc
Bpondent, ami letters wen- exchanged, si
well es photographs. After a years cor?
respondence, ami although Mr. Kimball
and Miss Rhodes had never seen each
oilier, they Sgreed to marry, and Kimball
aent Miss Rhodes money to take her to
Bismarck, Dak., where he promised lo
meet her. She left Iluntimrtoii on the
35th ol' October, and on the 'JJ Uh the
couple were married at Miles City, Mon.
BepOlted bf C. VT. Kranch *t Co.. bankers
and rooken, NO. lill Main street.
Stvtk Skcckv Bid. Anked.
North Carolina Pa, e., 90 101
? i e., 121 i_4
Virginia 'i's. oonSOK. /W ?
Virginia O's, peelers, 4*. ?
Virginia S-t-O-lO-iO it ?
Virginia *7s, new, 88| 64f
Virginia consol coupons, old, ?
Virginia consol coupons, July. 'S3;
January, 'Sb, 40 ?
( 'itv Bonne.
Richmonds'-, 143 145
ftchmond (Ts, 190 ?
Richmond ."i's. 108 ?
Richmond I -. 108" ?
Rah ru vi. -tu, ja
., AC. A ir-1.inc. 86
Char.. Col. and Aug., 86 40
C, A G., preferred. -17 0.
< anada Southern, Mt Sb
Heb, Lack, and Western. It'd 140*1
Erie, S61 ;?.">?
nn . l-t preferred, .ll 7.ri
K Tenn., Jd preferred, 314 314
E, Tenn., common, LSI 13ft
ia Pacific, l-t. 100 111
Hocking Valley, -Uti 41
I.. B. & W . 17. IS
Jersey Central, B_j 5__
bake Shore, BU ?
Louisville and Nashville. I OM
M.. K i :-;-! HI
a preferred, Bul
Vork and New England 801 w^
yorthwestern. 119 UM
iiein Pacific, I y 641
?j ork Central, 1131 113*
Petersburg. 64t) ,-?t
: Pacific Mail. 61 88
Reading, -4, 641
K. A P 66| HI
Richmond Terminal, 100
Richmond and Danville, ?r*(>A Wi
R r and P. div. oblige., 1*36 200
31 I* ml. 86| !>?'**
Union Pacific, tx** 691
rn Union Tel . 7*! 7S|
Chicago Grata ami Pre4aes .Market.
Reported by C. BS. Rbovobii A) Co.,
BRADS. I tiMMI-shiN M KUI HANTS,
Mi. 0 -ul I ll IVVKI.KTII - I
CHICAGO, November Kl, 1861.
Wheat. Highett, Lowest. Cloting.
December, 71} 74i
January, 74-j 74* a 74*
May, Ml HOg-J H0|
December. iib 'io"* 8N
January, 88| ?'?>? 88$
M,. ll 40] 4t?Z
December. 86-J 20t
January, 88J 861
May, 30^ 80f-i 80-)
December, 9.80 9.46 9.4B
January 10.06 10.00 10.08
February, 10.18 10.12 io. 12
December, ..90 6.90 .r).90
January, 6.96 6.96 5.61
January, 5.17 5.17 5.17
February, 5.80 6-86
Wheat. Highesl Kow. il (losing.
December, 84*1 84|
fi trolt um.
I wheal market bas ruled weaker to?
il quiet, fluctuating within s very
sinai. :. i markets wei
ed -irongi r, while seenritiet were
higher. The outside Intelligence was not
enough to affect the market much either
and the result was a scalping deal
almost wholly in the hands of local Opt
rators. Al the ch*-.' the market
( um wa- quiet ami steady, fluctuating
mostr* iu sympathy with wheat, and the
close were tome.
Provisions were Armer bul quiet, and
verj little business do
New "lurk Mink Mai kel.
A'kw Voax, November 13.- There bas been
a decidedly better tune to-day throughout the
whule h-t. and c-|fecialiv-., [?? Kouthernse?
curities, which huld their advance ami seem
f.i he Well pUIThafled, and the 'lilli tulle uf
those Mtoekti which usually lead the market
may be attributed to the way in which specu?
lation has drifted into them. Ihe bank re?
turn wai a very favorable one, and gi
ance that we are likely tu have au
niuney mark*' henceforward during
this year at all event- i he feeling [r*enerall]
is very bulli-fa -KU. ami th*- DION Wt HS and
rather from intercourse with variuus people,
the more confirmed du we become in th. (><
bet that higher prices an- tu be expected.
There i- a considerable shurt interest still
outstanding, and we are at a h.ss todtsceni
fruin what quarter any disturbing elems
liable I*, arise The market ruled linn tbiring
the Utter part of the day. ami clusi-d tirru
with a disponition towards being higher.
Money, 6 f*?-r cut.
The Ma ri j ii is of Ripon, in a speech at
Paisley Friday, approved the speeches
of Mr. Morley ami Sir William Vernou
Harcourt at the recent Leeds conference.