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TUESDAY, - - - NOVEMBER 16.
It la quite remarkable thal the men In
Chicago who refused to obev Powderly's
order were, most of them, Knights of
Kim: Christian says thal if his son
?would accept tin' throne, he would have
been a Jack instead of a King, and that
the game being played In Bulgaria, the
(Var mimili take him.
You will see very shortly that politi?
cians who have mismanaged the affairs of
the party will try to lay the consequences
on the sensible men who tried to per?
suade them to the right course and could
not Consent to follow folly.
The Critic has a beautiful dispatch from
Hell fm- Sartin relating the particulars of
the dispute in the whar-U)hoop between
Colonel McSwiggle and Judge Waxein.
There is an alledged letter from the Presi
dent LMviiu' some choice view- on Civil
Tin Messrs. George A. Barks
dak and Peter Warwick were dismissed
in the Hustings Court yesterday.
The friends of thc parties were relieved
from a great deal of anxiety, which was
Incident to this affair,though thej bli
confident that Ihe final result would ac?
quit the parties honorably.
A report of ihe case is published in an?
Richmond can congratulate herself on
the bleesingS of a -ood climate in remark
hSg thc weather reports of thc last few
days that have closed the fail season for
all the country north of US down to
Hut as old winter rings down his snowy
curtain on thc glorious picture of the
autumn, he seems io have lefl ns in ic
proscenium box,whence we can gel a
glimpse ol' him still struggling in vain to
"strike tlc n ene."
Hon. George D. Wise publishes a cud
this morning referring io Colonel Lamb's
reported charges against him. In thc po?
sition that Mr- Wise's card pia''- M r.
Laniti, the latter must incur a [Treat (leal of
odium if he particularizes any charge thal
Offends decency, unle-s u is un 'nt(,.
gral part of WFv s official character.
--Aud even, i.'u were a matter belongil! j t-?
Wise's public character, the responsibility
of all thc had odor, if there should bc
any, would belong to Lamb, as, ac
cording to Mr. Wise, it was Lamb who
brought out the charge?whatever it he.
Kcchter used to say in thc Lady of
Lyons : "Po-leen, voodst hat mc baint de
shod vere lol'e rood lett dy voods.deb*,.
At de voot of a inountun a hague, sur
roundtcd mit voods dat chould be muai
gal mit hirds dat garoUed dy name."
And then, when Po-leen linds out that the
Valley of Como is a shanty, we all remcni
ber how she makes the cireuinauibh nt air
of the kitchen musical with an injured
woman's just indignation.
And that reminds us of the jocund and
smiling vale of beautiful untaxable nat?
ural scenery, with a many turritted Rid?
dleberger castle and a general heatiflic
sort of universal free lunch expression on
the entire landscape; when suddenly the
enchanted vision changes to a horrible
place and the fair maiden (Virginia) be?
holds herself in a hovel, whose crannies
are bristling with coupons. And this ls
Tin vik<;inia DEMOCRACY.
The paper- have acplittcd tltt'inse'v
well in explaining the reasons for the de
feat of til*' Democracy in several con
Thc Staunton Vttidseator, whose editor
is a shrewd nml capable observer, eiiuuie
tates the honors accorded to Virginians
bv President Cleveland, and the
showing is good as far as Mr. Cleve?
land is concerned, to shorn that he had
nothing to do with it; but the great fact
remains that there are thousands of young
men?and others who had no claims from
social positions to any recognition by
what they call the Bourbons -who think
now. a- they did in thc t amciuii Daniel
campaign, thal we want more aenae and
muscle, and less sentiment and caste.
Winn a Mahone Republican last year
Called Ayers a little "cart driver" he
the Democrats a word that was enough
to elect their candidate.
The men who have been made min?
isters and consuls, as the Vindicator
enumerates them, arc all doubles!
tleinen of character ; but a political
parly with thc tno-t significant name
that ever christened a party should
never forget that its principles must not
indicate a misnomer, and it cannot be de?
nied that the shrewd old Senator was righi
in 1881, who Said that traditional Bour
bonisni. and not Mahone, beal thc
Democracy of Virginia.
The Republicans showed thc other day
that they could win an election without
Mahone; and if they pm forward any?
thing plausible a- a platform for the nexl
Legislative contest, and timi the Democ?
racy in its present position, they will In?
dubitably -weep the State.
It is the very moment for the leaders of
our party to lake a new departure with
principles that arc BOUUd, and men that
We cali do nothing when the people
see the absurdity of fighting the Knited
Slates courts, and when tiny -e.- 'bc con?
trol of affairs handed over to men of j
excellent character, but who belong to s
At the meeting of the Central Labor
Union in New fork, on Sunday. Mrs.
McDonald, secretary of thc Labor Keel ure
League, made a lurid harangue in behalf
of the Chicago Anarchists, the object be?
ing tO get up petitions for a new trial.
A resolution to appoint acommlttt ?? <>i
Du to prepare petition- tu thc authorities
of Illinois, io be circulated among the
trade and labor organizations of thc city,
w a- Unanimously adopted. Indeed, there
wa- even a scramble to -erv.' oil 'id a
committee. A Progressive cigar-maker
was made chairman, and even the build
in.' I rades, famous fur i heirconsen atism,
were represented on ii.
lt is greatly io be regretted that any sci
of workingmen should allow themselves
to 'ne even suspected of identity ur sym?
pathy with the mosl atrocious criminals
uf the time; and Mrs. McDonald's speech
would doubtless illust rate t be practical re?
mark of a famous philosopher concerning
popular am! iel nc- ?that the orator should
under.-tand that a mass of people had
emotion and passion, but no sense. It is
true that the Central Labor Kui.ni baseslts
petition on the ground that the trial wai
nol :i lair one, but then ale a plenty of
lawyer- to represent that view of I he ?
iind thc world will accept any such actions
. I !'? .'i nization- a- indicativ <? "!
sympathy, though thi- is disclaimed
(OI.om.i, BO(_- i NOEB80I_L
This luminous humbug made a -peech
.? thc Secular Congress in New Vork
on Sunday night, and took his text from
AV/..'/ Lear?"Poor, naked creatures,
wheresoever you are, i\c" and descanted
at length, and with manufactured pathosi
on the suffering! of man under sin
poverty and want.
The Colonel has made a fortune with
his brilliant lectures on the "Mistakes of
Moses" and such like topics which he can
make popular with sensationally-disposed
audiences. But after all his pretence to
philosophy, lie is nothing but a fourth or
fifth-rate man in the intellectual profes?
sion which lie has practiced for thirty
After wearing out hi-tawdry lectures
against religion, when they will no longer
draw, he gets into another sensational
field and bills himself as the great chain
pion of the poor.
It was predicted for him long ago that
his last attempt would be as a preacher,
which would certainly be the only great
harm he could do the Church.
The reception accorded M. Herbette by
Prince Bismarck Saturday was not favor?
able to the French designs in Kgypt. It
is reported that M. Herbette assured the
Chancellor of the neutrality of Franco
in the event of a war in the East.
SPECIAL \M? IIHSONAL.
Th.* new Btflbnefi MtkOtwfai vs ill ap?
pear Dec?inlier billi.
A portiere, embroidered to represent
the (lilli rent States, bas been presented to
Adelina Patti, tl e diva, is again on our
-hores. And anon all other stars of opera
will pah- before the brightest particular
A -uh-criber from Coon Hollow writes
word that he doesn't want lo hear any
more about a Harvard Cesqui Centennial,
an.I that an old time goose-pulling or tour?
nament is good enough for him.
Thc President and Mts. Cleveland div..
out to their country home on Sunday af?
ternoon in spite ol' thc bleak and cutting
wind, -ay-* the soci-ty reporter. Lei those
who an-not Presidents rejoice that they
eau live in Richmond and have beautiful
weather that makes existence a pleasure
when other mortals are freezing.
" Bring us our policy. We will pre?
sently dmi it and -how ourselves to the
foe. Send Ont SCOUtS, harry the count ry
rmmd. and il they can but catch the
enemy asleep, -ci/" his nightmare or any
other live stock, and sell it for taxes
And hark ye. Seaton, the weird sister
did declare that naught could prevail
against us till Burnham Wood should
come to Dunsinane. A sure thing?hey.
"Sire, I should smile."
?\\ ith Apollinaris, good Seaton.'1
Mr. John S. Summers, of Dallas, Tex..
and Miss Janie Yan Aradale, of Plea-am
Run, Washington county, were married
.?it Jefferaonville Friday night. In 1879
Mr. Summers was a prosperous young
Stock-trader of Marion county, and Mies
Van Aradale waa just blooming into wo
manhood. Her fal her was a wealthy
farmer and she hi- only child.
They met. t hey loved, they Were wed.
Fut in Texa - the peculiar method ol' set
tl in ir misunderstandings caused the J OUng
husband to be sent to his dungeon ' 'li
for a too-free use of the revolver. The
couple were divorced, and after many
yeais they have again been married.
" I low romantic'" saya our fair reader:
" But, i?li'. don't Iel them go to horrid
A GKXKR \l < I S I I NM \l.siiow.
<iiliiini.il- e mi tin* ie *. ni ni ion to Share the
Tin* New York Sun in -peaking of the
proposed grand celebration in Washing?
ton recites the advantages at length :
"One of these maps brings to the eye
the fact thal a radius of 210 miles from
the Capitol dome will take in New York
on the northeast, Pittsburg on the north?
west, White sulphur Springs on the
southwest, and bo on.
"The members ol the Board of Promo?
tion consider the matter theyhave ta ch
as of 'transcendent political and practical
importance.' The hundredth aniiivi
oi ile* foundation ot our Government and
the four hundredth anniversary of the
discovery of America are historicaleventa
of 'hemispherical and world-wide1
nificance. lt appears that St. Louis,
chicano, the City ol Mexico, and New
York are all anxious to hold world's fair
in 1892, in honor of the great exploit of
Columbus; bul none of these cities can
compete with Washington,'the Par!
America, in attractions and beauly, and a
city destined to be the Berlin of America
in educational facilities.1 "
Report ol the Commissioner of Internal
The annual report of Commissioner
Joseph s. Miller, of the Internal Revenue
Fun au, is an elaborate document of 115
pages, and contains an iinu-md amount
of information relative to the service
during the past fiscal year. Total re
ceipta from all SOHftWS for the fiscal
year * .lune $86, were
302,869, as compared with $112,
121,121 for the veal 1885, $121*590
039 for the year 1884, $1 14,553,344 for the
year 1883, and $146,523,273 for the year
i**s'i. Then* was a large increase over
last vcar iii all articles ol taxation except
snuff. Thc principle Increase wa- In
cigars, cigarettes, and spirits distilled
from grain. The coal of collection dur?
ing tin-year was $4,299,485, being about
8.6 per cent, of the amount collected.
The collection during the previous year
cost $4,455 130,oi about 3.0 percent.of
the amount collected. lt is estimated
that the sum of $118,000,000 will be col?
lected during the current fiscal year fruin
tin* various sources of Internal revenue.
I acts in the Keveline Keport.
Two facts mc brought out in the an?
nual report of the Commissioner of In?
ternal Keveline. One is that the centre of
the tobacco manufactures of thc Inion
is in New York State, and not in the
South. Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois
follow New York in the order named.
Thc second fact ls that the change of
Administration has not produced that
reign of free whiskey in thc South which
waa confidently predicted two years ago.
In North Carolina ihe number of regis?
tered distilleries Increased during the fiscal
yeal'from Folio Io 1,990, or about 19pei
cent., and in West Virginia from 1,118 te
1,844, ot nearly OS per cent.--Neu Tori
Joalah Peedy, of Wythc county, wa?
horn in 1818, and hi- wife Sallie in isis
They were blessed with seventeen * hil
, dren, fourteen of whom are now living
j They have had eighty-five grandchildren
' sixty-ei^ht of whom are now li vi mr, and the
: pyramid is crowned with a great-grand
? child. ToU living members of this fanni)
| are eighty-rive.
A CARI* f-tOM HOW. OKO. I>. WINK.
To the I'll Mir.
The urgency of friends, whose jud/
nients I n-pect, and my own taste, hiive
bc n averse lo any notice of the state
ments in regard to myself attributed to
William Kamb, uf Norfolk, in various
newspapers recently published. Kut re
Iterated rumors of a contemplated duel
between him and myself,accompanied by
the assertion of gross insult offered tty
him to me, have been BO widely circulated,
ss to render it necessarj for me, who, us
a public servant, bear distinct relations
and responsibilities \<> society, to publish
lt i- not true, as staled in many nevv
papers, that I have ever had a iptarrel
with William Lamb, lt i* true, as I have
discovered, not by application to himself,
with whom I can l ave no communica?
tion, but to friends in Norfolk, whither I
went for the purpose, thal in a public
speech, delivered there during tin' recent
canvass, he -tated that lc had been told
that I was guilty of Immoralities, which
I will nut undertake to repeat. Thi- em?
anated fruin him. let lt be added, withoul
previous provocation from me, outside of
my congressional district, where my
claim-for congressional honors were in
ase an appropriate subject for dis?
cussion. \ discriminating public will
hold me blameless when, under circum?
stances Hke theae, and impelled by a su?
preme and righteous Indignation, I <ic
parl from the even tenor of my way to
declare the charge referred to utterly
false and baseless, in whole and in part ?
the author ol ii an infamous liar, and the
purveyor uf the scandal to the public ear
a filthy scoundrel, tit only for the -corn
and contempt oi' adi honorable gentlemen.
I I:ave stated that I have never had a
quarrel w ith William Kamb.ami I can have
none with him. now or hereafter,because
he is a blackguard in more tenses 'han ss
the promulgator of baseles. slander, and
vard in mure views than in causing,
a- the report uf lu-, to ? bas it. his
own arrest toescapeaduel which he pre?
tended to accept. Respectfully,
? 'l.t.. D. Wi-i
| CHATEAU Yoi KM.
The cn vi k\i YolKM. of thc 1878
vintage, bottled at thc ('bateau, i- aeknow -
ledged tobe the fin. il FRENCH WHITE
wink now to be had. The subsequent
I vintages of thi- growth being very in?
ferior, the demand for thi- vintage I
much increased that there i- very little
of it left. We nat e secured a do/en cases
and would request our friends in want of
any to send theil' orders early,
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Apply at Timi.- office.
thc Bye,Ear,and Throat Infirmary,
No. '.'i ? Governor street
"Whatsoever ye du. t\t) it heartily."
(>n Thursday, tile 18th of November,
the Infirmary will be open from lu A. M.
t<> io P. M. to receive contributions from
friends and well-n (shers of t his beni", o
The Lady Managers ask thc public?
' hitherto bo liberal and generous ?to re
-purni freely, and help them now in their
time ut' need. They wish all citizens
male ami female- to aid in thi- good
work. Small rifts will be gratefully re?
ceived, a!-*i weightier contributions, such
? d. barrels of flour, -fcc. Space does
not admit many statements of ilium's
done for ihe deaf and blind, but wc beg
have io mention that during the year
5,570 visita were me!.' to the Dispensary
by the poor ol' the city ; al-o to |e]l of the
incalculable benefits the needy have re
ceived from the twelve charity bid-in
We trust tlic public will visit the In?
firmary, and liberally helptheae women
w ho are laboring to build up -o charitable
an institution in our midst.
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