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yttMH B 34. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1886.
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r 111: DAILY TIMES,
11 E8DAY, - NOVEMBER 80
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' 1 ll H : :; REPORT.
8HINOTON, D. C., Nov< rober 29,
ber, followed by light rains; colder;
? -ly winds, I variable.
For Noun Carolina, South Carolina
antl ' illy fair weather;
1 '? winds, generally southerly
ia, fair weatherinthe routh
rains in tin northern
Rak niERMOMETER al Spence,
use, Broad stree!
M. 1, !?
l ? LEGS IPHIC M MM \i:\ .
Da 1 rabout a county
in the 31
- on the South Atlantic ano
(Miio railroad \\ as begun Friday.
( ardinal Gibbon
Sunday. Cherleston had the
An agricultural club has been 01
ized in Northampton county, \ irginia.
A telegraph cable bas be< 1 fully
laid between Capes 1 harles and Henry.
John Oildea, of Baltim< 1 acci?
dentally killed al Omaha, Neb., Sunday.
Thc Pit Plate-Glass Works at
? ?'. station, was burnt
i hern capitalists continue to h
in lands on the Eastern Shore of Vir?
nm killed nt ai?
li View, Va., by a falling tree he was
il izletl and Saddle Alien went
through the Niagara rapids in a barrel
Thc Dokata Democrats have asked thal
inhabitants of the Territi ry be given the
'Idic jurv in Milwaukee found three ot
illv who were concerned in
In the cushion caroni billiard match in
88on den 1 eff< r bj a
ol 500 to 467.
. v. Tudor, late of Baltimore,
E. church, * "lk
>.i w : ,apromi
neut railroad contractor of Lancaster,
Mr. W illiam S. Spencer, Sr., thc oldest
,, of .la;; i ounty, died Sun?
da) ? : H yetfi'
more arrests of Knights of Laboi
, . ., en made iii Amsterdam,
, , bul the excitement ia still great.
Fire in Duluth. Minn., destroyed two
elevators and their content-, rained al
$600,000. one man was burned to death.
During the p 'new bave been
fifty cases of cholera and ten d<
tbed the infantry barrack
James Boyle, a hors* *Mef, who at
tempt?d to escape from the .hm, dy ol
- jbotdeadby hi
All thc proprietors of gt mbling bouses
recentlyarrested in New York has- been
ed, with the exception of Harry HIM,
who is held for nial.
I' Ii report! d th l mri mar
!i;i1 al ' I Captain John ll. Hlg
!,i''- ; barg< d a [tb hunk. un.-,, remited
I" Iii- lu.table ;i< quitUl.
Frank berner, a Rea | doctor,
is charged with setting fin lo bis house
ami burning bia wife to death. Thej bad
quarrell* I aboul money mattel
George Moore, j - :hool
?'ill jail, Micbij an, bas i out' wed to a
murder committed two j
\\lii< li ha- inri! shrouded in mjstery.
Judge shira-, in thc United -
tricl Couti in Dubuque, ta., ha- di cided
tl, ti saloon ki ? i ewers ( innol
prived of their property without
1 New <)||,-iin-ami 'I ?
oad C< mpany have Bled for ri
al Baton Rouge, La., a second mortgage
on all their property In favor of the Union
, Tm \ York I
At the Wyoming Colliery, al I
I'm., a burning fuse communicated
with ol powder, which exploded,
instantly killin:: William I e and
seriously burning .John Vandling ami
| Henry Park.
Tip' (lil. ' rillc
oad in New York appointed W . B.
il I i it;
Pacific i first
thc Missouri I ii. M.
The ammonia boiler in tia- icc fat
at Apalachicola, I'la . exploded, killing
1 \ ? illy injuring Capt.
William Moore, of Cohn,
ously ennuin The
factory was d< molishi d.
idian Mai ine ! N -
thal thc storm which
Bwepl t!?? on the 171 :li in?
stant wa- ten illly d Thirty
'. and thirtl three
1-. wort I
At the investigation of the Continental
Hotel fire in Chicago, Mr. B. T. Tomlin
-on. a boi hotel, m ho lefl on
iy previous to tin- fire, said he had
confidentially warm il by
Kowan. '?? of thc hotel.
.lohn N. Abbott, genera] | i .ucl
ticket agenl ot tlc Erie Railway ami its
? i lim-, the New York. Penn
1 nia and < Miio Railroad, ha- dei i
I cept the commissionershtp of the South?
western Railroad ] iodation.
William \N ? mechanic
ol' the ( ml ral railroad ol' New .!?
ami president <d tin R Mas!
.Mei hanie-' Association of tht
-, died at Elizabeth, \. .1. He fla- a
: 52 year
Thc laying ot' a pip" line from Taman
end to New York ha- reached Trace\ -
farm, on a hill lack of Bast Mauch
Chunk, Pa. I' crosset the Blue Moun?
tain at the Wind (Jap. the Dela*are
Martin's creek, and go< - Btraight thi
New Jersey t<? New JTork.
Thc interference < ase of \\. l>
lupe.- against I Westinghouse,Jr.,
and .lohn Nicholson, .Jr.. in the matt)
priori!v of invention of the doubh
system of con ? is to con?
sumers bas tuen decided by the Commis?
sioner of P ind Chief Examiner in
favor of Hartupee.
\\ IHHINGTON Mill 8,
The i bas t< o much money.
The President i- aboul to appoint a Dew
i Governor of Dakota.
nptroller Tenholm's report ?
the nation [uestion.
Thc appointment of a new supervising
architect nf theTreasury i- contemplated.
General Mile-' explanation ol i
mo's -iirrcicii ;
Admiral David Porter ha- submitted a
rt on the promotion of thi ? I
A memorial tablet in honor ot es p
iden! Arthur will probably he plaid in
gt, John's church
<;,,\ ernor "Bob1 Taj lor, of Tenn< -
j. ,',, '.\ lon, ami le in the
Smith i- good and improi lng ever}
The Presl lent may sell
borne in consequi ? tl ition
Becretariei Manning and Lamar ami
Assistant S< i lircbJld conferred
with the President yesterday on matters
Ft ls thought possible that President
Cleveland will have thc appointment of
foin or five Supreme t oort justices be?
fore the expiration of hi- term.
The Postofflce Department baa been
notified that the package of 150 registered
letters for Russia from thia country, waa
rifled while in transit through Belgium.
The Comptroller of Currency in his re?
port defends the national banking ays
tem ss a popular institution and thinks
that Congress should consider a measure
for makii manent
The inion Iron Works of San Fran
cisco have in en favored s (th the cont ract
for building the United Statescrniser No.
2; ('romp a Sons, of Pennsylvania, the
one for cruiser No. 8, and the Columbia
Iron Works of Baltimore the one for
gunboat No.-j. The bid for cruiser No.
l is considered too high and will b
I to t ongt
I; bas been stated that the Government
- ann u all j from $1,000,000 to $2,000,
? Kin bj stamps being washed and used a
-<??? ond time. Postmaster Pearson of New
York it -uch an assertion Invari
into circulation whenever an
inventor wishes to float a new -??lien
canceling stamps, rle doesn't believe
that the Government loses $200 a year in
l hi< way.
The Superintendent of the Life-Saving
rts 1 bal the loss of I
i below includes Iv;; losl at w recks
of tlc Huron and Metropolis, a loss
which was really not chargeable to the
? disasters, 8,388;
if property invoked.
value ot property saved,
$41,449,257; total value of property lost,
(2: total Dumber of persons in
total Dumber of persons
.! ?: total number of persons
total number of persona rac
d at statio 836; total numb . ol
da\ led, 15,318.
i 'Ibai n Thanhi thc French.
Pai November 29. ?General Kau!
? be Pairie ea
lumerous marks of French -\ n,,
that wn him.
Tiie government ha- Instructed the
French consul at Sofia to relinquish the
? i the German
Bod \ Pesth, Noi ember29, At a court
dinner given to sixty delegates Emperor
Francis Joseph remarked that thc situa?
tion in !',-? East bad Improved.
..e.ember ?-"?? lu th.' Chai
Saturday, Conni Di Robi
: n affairs, referring
to the ele< tion of a prince of Bulgaria,
Italj would adhere to thc Berlin
Italy w[shed i
of policy of Germany, Austria am! En?
gland. Continuing the mi ni-ter --aid that
the w i.i I i world admired the
Dtry of Pi inc- Ale: andria, w ho de
? <! a better fate.
More Unitarian Twaddle
Bi ? ii mm -i. November '.".'. A mc
of the fugitive Bulgarians who sympa?
thize with V. /ankoli. Russophile n
her. late "i thc Bulgarian Cabinet, and to
whose intrigue the overthrow of Prince
Alexander was largely attributable,
heh! here in the presence of the Russian
d to Ru8tchUCk, and it wa- (le
to ferment a new rebellion in Bulgaria a.
an eai Ij ?
l lo- ^iiltiin t<> iIm' Ccai ?
? o\ i wmnopli . November '?.".'. lt ia
; ; ii-! (? < oeral Kaulbars pn st
to thc Sn it a n acopyof the report on Bul?
garian affairs prepared liv bim tor the
Czar, and that the Sultan requested him
Dvej to th ? ('/ar the ???
rance of bis n .aid and tri. mi-hip.
\ High-Toned Marrlaga.
ll m 'i \ \ 9 N wernher '.'!?. The
Hon. Alfred i: of the 'ate Karl of
Stafford, captain of tin- Seventh II;
and aid de camp to tin Marquis of Lans?
downe, ' ? o\ ??! | ral Of < anada. and
I. id- ; Herbert, eldt st daughtt r
of the Bai 1 of t larnarvon, es \
In Norfolk, up to to this time, three
thousand dollars in coupon- have been
tend, : I for C III
Staunton the demand for coupons to be
neat that the
of them has advanced. From
various other parts of the State Intelli
i- io the same eff? I All this i- so
much dead loss to the State, which, the
repudiators say, ls too pi
? cder Of '? on,
though refu m d, ie nt to the ;
of the tai bill, and the Bami
this year-' lax bills, but, if theil ov
shall not dispose of thi m in the mean
time, \\ iii also pay the tai i,:'
! [ad the bondholders' propot
been act pied, all these coupons would
. and as
thei s ould have been mme of them out?
standing, all the sitte-- receipts would
sarilj have ben d in money. - i
a ndri<i (hizette.
BY TE LEG Ki PE
MAVS OP TlfK WORLD AS SENT TO
THI "TIMBS" BY WIRB.
A I lay s lit-i uni ?>l Minder-.
I'iiv... .ind <>th?T ( 'I'iinc
niii I Oanualties.a
Another Dakota Uar.
Chicago, November 20.?A special to
the Timeifrom Fargo, Dak.,says: "At ?
late election the town of Lameure secured
a mall majority in favorof removing the
county-scat from it- location at thc rival
town of Grand Rapid- to Lameure. A
few Dights later, in pursuance of thc reg?
ular practice in such ca-es. a mob went to
capture the county records by force.
Tiny found thecourt house in possession
of thc sheriff and a pome of twenty
armed men. bul the latter tied before h
fierce assault, and the doon were beaten
down am! the archives captured. This
was done knowing thal united states
Judge Francis, of that district, had
granted an injunction restraining the re?
moval, which had not hecn nerved. It is
learned now that Judge Francis regards
Lameure SS in contempt of court and
gives them ten 'lays to get the records
hack to Craml Rapids and purge them?
selves of contempt. He refuses to hear
their attorneys. It ls one of the bitterest
of counts -eat fights, for which Dak Ot S
is noted, and there i< danger of further
Don't Strike This Cold Weather.
Lit i-ni ae, November 29. The -
tary of Assembly No. 90, Ki
Labor, comprising the miner- of Monon?
gahela and Youghiogbeny river-, bas ad
? ed a letter to thc coal operator- re?
questing an advance in wages, giving
them until Deci mber 2d to reply. If no
answer is received a convention will he
called for the purpose of taking final ac?
tion. Their are 7.nut) miner- in thc four
pools which comprise thc district. The
operators an- Drilling to corifer with
them, lint say thc market will not justify
higher wages \ joint convention of
minor- belonging to the Knights of Labor
and mender-of the Miner-' Association
will he held at Scottdale December 4th to
decide upon united action iii thc cen!
-nike in the < onnell-\ illc coke re?
A Dottier i i< -I p.
Dbi boit, M ti h., Nbvembet 29. 'I here
i- a prospect of a -trike of t]<? streel car
in thi- city, thc trouble proalng out
o' thc discharge of a number of em?
ployees by the city Railway Company
for favoring the new city ordinance
relative to licensing 'he conductors and
drivers. The company opposes thc ordi?
nance, and will carry thc teal Case made
up lor that purpose to thc State Supreme
Ni.w York,November29. -Thesecond
trial of A rthur .1. McQuade, ex alderman.
accused of being offered a bribe in con*
sideration of hi- vote on the Broadway
Surface railroad, was fixed to begin to?
day. When thc mass of eager people
went hurrying up stain of tlc court
house of General Sessions, they found be
be door- of part one a har. w illi a
sliding irate. Behind thi- no om- was ad
milted except thc court officers, jurors,
reporters, and the accused, with hi* coun?
sel. McQuade talked | leasantly with his
counsel, among wh Richard New?
combe, despite the rumors that he had
withdrawn from thc case. District At
r Marti ne, a ith hi- assistants, < ol.
Fellows and Di lainey Nicoll, were 00
hand cally. Recorder Smythe opened
court ai 11:15 \ M
w ho \\ ere (?? Blane .'
ober 29 Thc
finding of the coroner's jury in tin
of the four men killed in the w reek it
Savoy, rendered Saturday, practically
clear-thc trainmen, and lavs the blame
on ii. ?: the road, lt specifi?
cally states that the deaths of these four
men were in part, if not wholly, caused
ad through grossly defective and In?
efficient management of the affairs of thc
railway company respecting the running
of it- train-. Thc recommendation is
made that the attention of ;!"? --rand jury
: to t he '.
\ l i. ti..h.
B\i.iiwoui.. Mo \o\i mber 29. The
statement bed from Washington
i lr.: \\ a ihitlgton W t to be made a
Catholic Bishopric See i- positively de?
nied by < srdinal Gibbons, a bochara
btes the rumor as newspaper fiction.
\ Ban I ranrlitcu Kuicide.
San Fi Cal., N ivembi r 20.
Widen B uley,
Kent, committed .-uieidc Saturda)
He left I l be members
of bis family and lo his sweetht
Bhowing that I of despondency.
i au- t of money, he bad ended
bis life. The deeeaaed was about M) j
A I'AIK or < !: \NK.s.
Tiny <o? Tlirouuh (lo- Nistgiirn Hnpidft.
Ni v.. \k \ F mi a, Noi embers.?George
Hazlett and Miss Sadie Allen, of Buffalo,
went through the rapids and the whirl?
pool this afternon in the torpedo -haped
barrel used by Hazlett and Potts East
Bummer. They were in the rapids and
whirlpool five minutes, and wire taken
out of the eddy on the Canadian side.
just below the whirlpool three-quartan
hour later, in good condition. Mm
Allen is a respectable iriri eighteen yean
Old, S petite brunette, and rather pretty.
Miss Allen, when -du- appeared al tan
ferry ready to enter u; on the perilous
journey, wore s neat walking dros Tak?
ing off her hat a nd jacket and throwing
a shawl overlier bead, she stepped lightly
into tiie barrel through the manhole,
tucking her garments closely about tier
and laughingly remarked
?Come, George; jump in. I'm all
- ion after Hazlett stepped into the
craft, fastening himself in the end oppo?
site to that occupied by Miss Allen, .font
thirty minutes from the time the barrel
was towed out into the river, il reat
i he whirlpool. The start was made from
tin- " Maid-of-the Mist " landing on the
Canada side. When the barral reached.
the Maelstrom lt shot right into the cen?
tre of the pool, making two or three
turns. Leaving Hie pool, the barral fol*
lowed the current out toward the Cana?
dian shore and down to the outlet ot tbs
pool, where it rot into a large eddy sad
bobbed around for half an hour. Friends
near by shouted to the occupants of the
barrel, w hen Hazlett opened a small door
on top of the barrel and Frank I,aw-on
threw a rope from the shore which Ha/
lin secured,and the barra] was towed
ashore After coming out of the barra
Hazlett and Mi-s Allen had a tramp of a
mile and a half through brush and ovei
boulders before reaching the kop of tin
pice. The couph returned to Buf?
falo thia evening,
Ililli PISJ s>llspr< fell.
di -kv. (>., November 28 Thi
body of Mr-. Ernestine Douglas, formen
ly an actress of considerable reputation
waa found in the wood- near here yestei
dav. Blood was issuing from the nostrils,
and a bottle labelled "Chloroform"-was
near hy. The elegant lmi inents and some
trinkets opon thc hedy remained un
touched. Foul play i- suspected, and the
woman'- husband,a scene painter, wno
I notified the police two weeks ago of bia
wife'- disappearance, ami then disap?
peared himself, i- being sought for Ile
said that Mi>. Douglas achieved Pams as
ai, actress nuder another name, hut was
partially paralyzed bj a fall, ami then
champed her name.
li re Iticord.
Boikin-. \ \ . November 20 Til
-tore owned by C L. Barden and occu?
pied hy T. P. We ton a- a grocery, at thJaj
place, was totally destroyed by lire hast
Dight. Loss on the building, $1,000: on
stock, $500. Insurance on huildintf,
$1,000; "ii Btock, $.W0, in the Virginia,
Fire and Marine Insurance Company,
Tin di igin ??f the lire is unknown.
Ni a Oblj ms, November %J!>. A fire
wa- discovered last Dight in the third
compartment of theateamship Hereford
loading with cotton for Bremen. There
are about three thousand hales of colton
on board of the steamer, but that in other
compartments was not damaged. Thc
extent of the damage will not be known
until the cargo is removed. The v.-std
rained little or no dam
\ ratal i ir?-.
Milltown, N i:. Nevi nber ?"? A.
fire Saturday night desi roved the house
and buildings recently purchased with
back pay and pension money hy Marney
Ryan, A portion of the contents ol thu
house were saved. I.' - I on ami no
insurance Ryan made an attempt toaavs
ihe Btock of the barn, and was buried un?
der the falling timbers, and his chaired
remain- were recovered from the rufasa,
Deceased was an American war veteran,
about 50 years old, and haves a widow
and two children in destitute circiim
\ PlttebvSg Pira.
PiTTsnuKO, November 39 The Pitts?
burg Plate-Glsss Works, at Creighton
station, on thc Wot Pennsylvania road,
twenty miles (rom this city, is burning.
The works are the largest in this country,
and if the tire is r ODtrolled tho
\ ill bu heavy
\ Minti! gaaiar
COBUHHA, Mun.. November \".t Al
midnight Saturday Bight a mob of tw< Ive
masked men broke into the bOOSS ot
Charles Pringle, dragged out a I larder
| ileman, tarred and feathered
him and escorted him from town, with
Instructioi ive Immediately. H?'
lt i- in (hit mz?.
('nu too, h i., November "? Mr?*.
A nine Farwell Ferr? lias entered a-nit
for divorce from \\ ilflaai U. Perry on thc
ground of cruelty. .John B, Carwell has
also sued Ferry for $:;,noo expended in
support of the defendant's family The
charges in the bill arc of a sensational