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I , ,x - 1 M-.-i.TK. Crime- Mad
I ,-u.iiitar**, ii 1 lome
\ ,. i.
I | Miall \*? talah*] liilluri'.
n \ November 28, At
of the creditors <d the Roches
Compan]. held herc yester
ni a i- presented bj Mt
i\ the company would
,1 |tHo,000 o\<r all liabilities.
. x los! about $90,000 by thc
timore and New York. The
oiunouslv adopted resolu
? continence in the COm
md commending the coulee il has
committee appointed to
.. r thc matter reported in favor of
, cinty per cent ol tbe face of
tah, or notes foi thc full
., from three to eighteen months
\ Brutal '?> tr-me ??> Umw \..iK.
\ i York, November 98.?A rofflan
bural open thi door of
?' Mra. M S. Robinson, the
- v. ho Hvei at Harrison. Thc
ai- alone In the house,
j imping through
Although severely col by the
started across the nelda
: lng farm house, but when
a. hundred yards front the house
kin by thc scoundrel, who.
bia victim, carried her
.- and locked ber in a
He then robbed tbe bouse and
VV Biting I." Ho \ ? idicl.
\ ORK, November 23 A -teat
spectators gathered in the Gen
irt-i -m this morning to
I in tin i vboodle
le. Ten o'clock \\;i
j Recorder Smythe for re?
it report from the jory. At noon
-till out, and bud not -int
court tor instructions or
I I,. Hliat'tllt liol..
RK, November 2'-].?A special
to the Ti . - tbat the
. men! Mill be published to?
il lol. Ingersoll bas accepted a
for the defence of tbe con
- - and will argue their
Supreme Court in March.
i nproioked >1 ardor.
;. ember 28.?T. I>.
Ri Robert L. Collier,
.- City and formerly of Chi
? -let and instantly killed la-t
H. Yarbrough, whom lu- had
fill bi- place as material
Santa Fe railroad durin.'
I'be men ev
. s, and were separated. Y'ar
ed Collier to tbe residence
. iit'll, where Collier lived.
?.: bim to the door, shot bim
\ Railroad Horror.
III., > ? ?Al
in track was run into from
. train. Engineer
BtO< k train, w aa
l lunlop, a mer
id John McDonald.
died in a few mo
impanied by a
- I in fury throughout the
! mail stages from
1 south ha*
red that the drivers
The blizzard extends
? rritory and Into
\ Steel <>ii tin- Kim-......
-. Waiker was driving with ber
isl I \ * ri in lt when au escaped
. ? . .nd up-et thc car
? 1 tin bone to death. Mr-.
? nd ber aoni t" > rc throw n out
Dien1 Tbe -hock rendered
all insensible lor a time and they
badly bruised. The oldest -on had
' Ken Tbe steer Was aftOl
bound and killed.
\ < aii-wliiiii C'ajtturc.
? a boee ? apture rewards at
|2. na.-- Leen offered, was I ap
? re to-day. IL- is wanted in <>
Mich., where be i- charged with
? d criminal aasaults on a hospital
lt of bis from whom he kept ber
?Old who. when they finally gol to
? nandi an ante-mortem statement
lng! H.- w ill be taken bark lo
A Sick l!ou?<*l>uilriHr.
tm N. Y., November 2d?Thc
? of Huddensick, the New York
l who was convicted of inanHlauj-h
?erin that he was responsible for the
of a workman in bis employ, caused
1 falling of the building, has hen
"med bj thc Court of Appcaln.
Lociavn-LH, Wo^?mbef ?.i-Jeeee Bil
nvcs.aconvic. a. ,lm.p,rers.)nville Im
H;mtenua? uas p^oned *Uj*,
morning bv Governor Gray. Bifllnaswss
^ UP las, Ap,!, rro.n DaMcss gu^J
m, ;,y^rs'!,,vm- ???? convicted of
'Mpv Nnee his incarceration an aunt
? M*^jjeavliig him a fortune of more
towt $1001,000, winch he will now haveian
opportunity to enjoy. Pillings is a youna
??'.???? and well educated, bein- a member
el h prominent family,
Might HiiM Beare aTtneeteaL
Chicago, November28.?A 77/,,,* spe?
cial from Oskalooea, la. , fwo
freight trama collided near Lacey on the
iowa Centra] road, five miles north of
this city, yesterday morning, Instantly
killing l-ircnian Martin ami seriously In?
juring an engineer ami brakeman. "The
engineer of the train going south diso
beyed ordera to aide-track his train at La
? < > He . Lelma to have had no sleep for
80 boura, and was asleep when he peaced
Lacey. '1 he i,>ss to the compiinv is esti?
mated at $50,000."
Very Sad, !f True.
Puovnu-.M k, H. I.. November 28.?
William S. Chase, a boy 17 V(.ars o',',
was turned out from his home yesterday
and becoming discouraged he bought
poison, which he took, and died at the
Rhode Island hospital at ?'. o'clock this
lion gyndteeta In Alabama.
? BlUMIROHAM, ALA., November 28.
Thc (Pass Furnace Company's property
bas been bought by a Richmond and N.-vV
York syndicate foi- $2,000,000. They will
capitalize it at $8,000,000 ami greatly
enlarge its capacity for iron and steel
\ I ....I XVlit. Di,) Nt.I Steal KmoUSjh.
Niw Yonn,November 28.?Henry P.
Schreiben, an asslstani to Mr. Reynolds,
ii Mount Vernon butcher, was to-day sen
tenced to three-ami a half years at' hard
labor for collecting bills and using the
money. Kate Claxton, the actress, was
the principal witness for the prosecution.
KATKST KOKKION NKWS.
Wholesale M tinier.
BnssLAV, November 28.?Pourpersons,
comprising the entire family, living a
short distance from this place, were killed
on Sunday night by a peasant, who en?
tered the house arith intent to plunder it,
and being discovered, attacked the in?
mates with a hatchet.
A Prince la Born.
Pondon, November28.?Princess Bea?
trice, youngest daughter of Queen Vic?
toria and wife of Prince Henry of Batten
burg, has been safely accouched. lt is a
son. Doth mother and child are well.
Lord Randolph Churchill was in attend?
ance a** ;i representative of the ministry.
Iripiii allelt il Cheek.
Pams, Prance, November -j;;. The
Figaro publishes sn interview with Sir
rles Dilke, in which he says that his
friend! have proved that In- is the victim
conspiracy, and that he will bring
, another suit soon thal will publicly es.
tablisfa that fact.
Parla as a Seaport.
Pauis, November 28.?The Paris mu?
nicipality hits under consideration M. La*
badie's scheme tor widening and deepen?
ing thc Seine sufficiently to make Paris a
Ort. Thc cost of thc work, as esti?
mated by M. Labadie, will be 40,0
1 he lim lr- l?e:ii|isev liuht.
; . w, m ... November 22 It was
supposed by some thal the Sullivan-Ryan
? contest would dwarf the interest
in the Burke-Dempsey fight, which
took place tonight. If, however, public
interest in the two contests i- to h.
Hied by results, then the Burke-Dempsey
ii has proved itself a much more hi?
sting and important event than was
thc --r.nt knockout " of Ryan by Sulli?
Jack Burke and Jack Dempsey were
both known to be good men and evenly
matched. Dempsey had the reputation
the harder hitter, timi at the
. lim,- weill into thc ring with the
prestige of being thc winner of thirty
battles. Burke, on the either band, was
,,.,1 ,,, have largelv gained in hitting
,-. io have bad the advantage ol a
more scientific training, and being In bet
fl .hiing condition. Besides this, it
w:is well known thal both men meant
business, and if not stopped by the police
neither would give way until forced to.
rything consequently contributed bi
make the match one of tin- most Interest
ins and best contested ever witnessed in
this city As earp as 4:80 thia afternoon
i arkin Btreel in front of thc pavillion
was tilled with people, each determined
to get a front place. Dy < o dock the
,,i had so increased in number as must
Imve br.'.ghi delight to the hearts of
those destined to share in the receipts.
When the main doors were thrown
open n took th.- combined efforts ol a
Bquadof police and doorkeepers to keep
the crowd from rushing rn without hand?
out th.-ir money or tickets. Pots
few minutes it look.- ss it the match
genius one outside but when the crowd
-cv that they would nol be pennitted
force their way In, the? gOod-MtUWdl)
fell back, each taking his turn.
Whenall had taken scats lt WOS est.*
niated that there were 7,<?H? ,n th,' house
while others still came streammg in. The
attendance probably reached 8,000. 1 h?
; s were$10,0&. The contest iras
,cn 'lound, ^"--h,i[>k(ni1r:in^;?
rrioves the winner to take 75 and the
hse % per cent, of the gate money.
Hurke'culed PH pounds and Dempsey
Reported br C. \V. Branch ft Co., bankers
and brokers. N,,. mi Mainstreet.
New York Stock Market.
Ai.w Vonx, .November Z\.?The market al
the opening eave some evidence of the fever
iah closing of yeatcrday, and there waa quite
B considerable liquidation of som.- of the
lower-priced securities, but they were web
taken, and weiircincline.lt.. think that some
large Mocka of speculative boldinga have
b.en marketed; and such being the cane, the
atmosphere baa probably been considerably
cleared, and after the holiday on Thursday
there are indications of a better and higher
market, lt waa rery generally expected thal
some serious reaction must ensue, bul what?
ever hokhnga came ..nt.were taken with in a
manner which showed thal the buyer- bad
full confidence in themselves. An attempt
to bid upon lunney was made again to-day,
9 per cent, being bid, while outside money
waa ..tiered al 6 \? r cent for 80days.
The last quotation waa 8 percent. Prices
STATK Ski TKITIK-. BU. aaUaaafat
North Ciiroli-ia l's, c., 08 LOO
i.s. c., 120 138
Virginia O's, ooiisois, ?
Virginia B's, peelers. 4l* ?
Virginia 3-4-*~5-10--4tJ ; (8
Virginia '?'>[<, new, 94 68
Virginia consol coupons, old, 68] ?
Virginia consol coupons, July, '83;
January, '86, 41 ?
City Lon ns.
Lynchburg 6*8, 108* 104i
Richmond - ill * ?
Richmond 1221' ?
Richmond .Vs, h>2 ?
Richmond 106*1 ?
Railboad St... k-.
A. AC. A ir-Li ne, 881 -'J'J
Char.. Col. and Aug ,
C. tt G., preferred, 841
Canada southern, 65j 86|
Del., Lack.and Western, I40j 1*401
brie. 57| 871
! i'un., l-t preferred, 77* Hi
E. Tenn.. 2d (.referred. 331 84
B. Tenn., commi 'ii. 14*1 ? l^
Georgia Pacific, 'M ?
Hocking Valley, 431 481
I . B. .v vv 171 171
Jersey Central, 52! 52]
Lake-Shore, I "7
Louisville iind Nashville. bl} 611
M.. K. T.. 861 861
K. A NV., j.referre.1, 521 ->2l
New York and New England, 65|
A'..rtliw.-tern. 119| 1181
A'orthern Pacific, 63*) 681
New York Central, 113| 113J
Petersburg, ? 7b}
Pacific Mail, Mi 54*1
Reading, 42 124
ll. A I'.. UM 107
Richmond Terminal, 7fi| 78
Richmond and Dan ville, ? 200
lt.. L.. and I*, div. oblige., 108*1 ?
St. Paul. IM
Dnion Pacific bti bis
Western Union Tel . 78 78i
Bas! Tennessee 88 88"
Richmond and Alleghany, 1st, 77 78
Virginia Mi.lian.I. incomes, 88| 1""
?ia Pacific, l-t. Ill 113
II. and I>. debentun 113 115
Texas-Pacific Rio's, 74| 75J
A. and P., incomes, 90 tO-j
A.u Orleans Pacifii
Shenandoah Valley, j-ren'l ?;'-, i; 16
Chleago Grain ami Produce Harket.
Reported by c. L. Redford A Co.,
BBAIS ? OMMI88ION MIK' H I vi S,
No. 8 -Ot TM TWI.1.1"III -I
Cnn koo, November 28, 1 *?'*'>.
Mi tat\ ., ^Highest. Lowe^r^losing.
I >.?? ember,
December, 864 *::i; I
May, I-' ii ?.
May, 80 90
;. mber, 9.50 8.4. 9.4.
January, 10.12 10.1..12
February, 10.22 10.20 10.22
December. VIC 5.92
,,??.. 5.9. 5.9. 5.9?
January, 5.17 5.15 5.17
mated receipts of bogs, 50,000.
Estimated cara to-morrow: Wheat,
lin: Coin. 115; Oats, bti.
Wheat. Highest Lowest. Closing.
December. S(i 851
December, UM M MM
January, Is WI 47}
?|'|H. wheat market, thOUgfa opened
steady, has ruled weaker to-day. Foreign
niiirkets are-till strom-, but the Increai
ing receipts and the consequent iteady
accumulation more than counteracted the
effecl (d' this feature.
Tributary markets all dull and exerting
no Influence on this market.
With ple-ent heavy receipt- weean-ec
nothing to advance prices much.
Corn ruled quid and Steady with \cry
Proviiions wen- dull and steady. Re?
ceipts of hogs are liberal.
THE DAILY TIMBS,
A complete daily newspajier for One Cent
RICHMOND. FRT.PERICKHRPRG AND
i%/ P?>K).MAC RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE COMMENCING NOVEMBER
(EASTERN HTANnABD TIME.)
~ BO am Leaves Byrd Btreet Station daily.
Stops only at Ashland Junction,
Milt'..ni a'n.l F red ?? r i <? k s b nra;.
Sleeper to Washington. heaves
Washington for New Vurk at 11:20
11*07 am Leaves Byrd-etreet Station dally
Leerea wastsinaton for New- York
at 4:20 pm. Als... hy limited, ex
cept Snn.hiv, :it 3:60 pm.
I 80 pm Lc-ives Byrd atreet Station daily.
Sleeper to New York.
10:29 am Arrives a! Py rd -St reit Station
daily. Sleeper from New York.
2:80 pm Arrives at Byrd BtieetStationdally.
Btopa at Pfedericksburg, Milford,
ain! Junction. Blsspsr from Wash?
0:113 pm Arrives at Pyrd-street Station daily
daily (axonn scnday).
4:(?) jim Acciiniin.Hlation. Leaves Broad
street Station; arrivea at Ashland
0:0-1 pm Leevee Elba; anivaset Ashland at
7:.r>7 am Arrives at Elba; leaves Ashland at
8:55 am Accommodation. Arrives at BroaoV
str-et Station; leaves Ashland at
5:59 pin Arrives at Elba; leaves Ashland at
C. A. TAYLOR.
Ceneral Ticket Agent.
P X l? Mynas, General Superintendent,
"*"* " no ih
RICHMOND, PREDERICK8BTJRG AND
THROUGH ALL-RAIL PAST-FREIGHT
LINE TO AND FROM BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK,
AND P A ST E P N AND
WESTERN < 111 Ps.
ONLY TWELVE Ho PUS PKTWEEN
RICHMOND AND BALTIMORE
IN EACH DIRECTION.
Correspondingly quick time to other points.
Through bills ..f laden Issued at low rates.
ZSZ.C. A. TAYLOR,
oe 22 General Freight Agent.
Drs. GEO. B. & CHAS. L. STEEL,
l'2'.i Main street, - Richmond, Va
GEORGE A. AINSLIE it SONS
(Nos. 8, 10, and 12,Tenth, St.)
C ARK I AGE BUI LDER8.
Any style of < leiiege built to order, and aL
kinds of rei lairing done at lowest price.
no ISDoYW -..'in RICHMOND, VA.
VIRGINIA RUBBER CO.,
H. W. SHU KU. rniprirKir.
513 E. Pi... vc m. - PK ll M< iND. YA
RUBBER GOODS OP ALL KINDS.
TOBACCO-ROLLERS fl SPECIALTY.
! I ? - P. ".ts. Sh..e.-. ( ar
\ . \' ie ('1.'thing. Pelting. Pack
ing. lb-. Tubing, Air-beds, Air-pillows
ishions, Syringes of all kinds, ll rt
?nibs and ? Hoi?
< I,A WA,
pyCoru-Meal and MUl-Feed always oi
hand. l'..r sale hy
THE HANA l.i. i PPNM1AW CO.
BO A'. lAberty Btreet, Baltimore, Mi.,
tbe weU-known physician end surgeon, am
the oldest relial.ie rWaBCJalist ( regulgir
graduate) in Baltimore city,
Prom 25 years experience in hospital anc
Bpedal practice, gpiaranteea a permanent cnn
in ;ill Private hums,*, both B8XSB. Skin dis
orders. Stood p'.is.iiis. strictures and all dis
..f the Urinary tjyjsaWS. Marr" d or Sin
?j', men troubled with Orgemis <o- Wervam
Weakness, Impotency (loni of sexual powsr)
Night Em,-smiis. pramatUr* decay, irani oj' de
vtlopmsni tte anouJd not tail to consult thi
lr,; nt or Caranta in ti, ral Dtsseaw jrosv
tiv ely cured in 8 to 0 days, ami the pOaSOS
entirely eradicated from the .system witboui
the lise of Meretary et CaataUes.
Consultation I'm- and I oiilidentiah
Spacial treatment for ladies needing medi
Medicines sent to any address. Call on
write. no 4-ly
^TONE'S COD LIVER OIL.
This < lil is endorsed by the leading phy
sicians and chemists as being the Purea
and Best in the market. For sale by
BODEKEK BROTHERS, DruggiaU.
It would take up too much time and space to record just how many sizes and
we have purchased for the choice of persons wanting them; nor is it necessary to
jive a price-list. Suffice it to say that men and boys can lie " OYERCOATED " here
at almost any pi ice. The lowest-priced coats will render good service, while the
medium and highest price combine beauty with serviceable qualities. Our salesmen
will help you to make selection according to your taste and means?the special
inducement being that you can't do as well elsewhere.
McAdams & Berry,
IVI ain ix nd Tenth Streets
SAVE! HALF YOUR TAX BILLS.
Coupons can be used in'discharge of all direct taxes on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY, and also for SCHOOL and CAPITATION TAXES due the State.
LICENSE TAXES due the State can be paid in COUPONS.
FINES due the State can bc paid in COUPONS.
Legal Protection Free of Cost Guaranteed.
Nearly $.,0,01)0 of LICENSE TAXES bave been paid in COUPONS in Rich
mond city alone since May 1st last by a simple tender of Coupons. Some of the
principal men Inuits in Riclimond have tendered Coupons and are now carrying Ott
their business without a license
Buy your Coupons while the Price isZLow.
JAMES P. COOPER,
bil Main street, Richmond, Vi.
Cir et Your Coal From
S. H. HAWES' COAL ELEVATOR
IK YOU WANT CLEAN ANT) DRY COAL,
Omoi: EIGHTEENTH ANT) CARY STREETS.
TELEPHONE No. 57.
GEORGE P. STACY
1205 East Main street.
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