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The Daily Times.
CUMBER :is^_ RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 188(5. ONE CENT.
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THE DAILY TIMKS.
SA ITRDAY, - - . DKCKMBRR 4,
'Mil I eleptinii, \(>. |g ,, j,,
Tm- Timks is tis salk vi i mk rOLLOWI!fC
N 1 \*. sm 11 aaa
M- M M>'er.100
Rill** 0. Third and Broad
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VK-8 .Bli Bast I
NN- D-Selden.*_16 liorth Ninth
. Ru. Baal Main
French I Crane.1 og 1 ,
kino at Ford*. Rotel and rue 1
fl 1 Mil VU RKPORT.
tt-tT-JHIIfOTOK, D.-cenil'cr :; B I'. IC. In li
twentj four boura, commeuclnf at
1 P. M, li mbertM i
Virginia, fair weather: northwesterlj
win.is; maiiv rtotionarj T* ini
1; \M.r or im bmombtsh ai Bpenee, I;- I
A Ok's shoe house, Broad street, Dei I, 1
'-'A.M. 1-M. BP.M. 6P.M
ea ai .il SO
1 1 l tl.lt muk BVUMABT.
Tic treaty with Japan has been ratified.
The Preaidi nf- message baa b<.in.- impleted.
Thc Red Men's ll.ill at Am; 1
Mr. ? Bn adie, of H tg< town, Ml.,
n Ba] Lin.- itean ? ? it Norfolk
Mr. Owen Poole, of Howard county, Md., ii
dead, in his seth 31 ir.
Tin cold wave interfered witta buiidin*- ope
In Acoomac counl
coupons for payment of taxes.
David Riley, teamster, waa run over by his
wagon nea; v' j., and killed.
A.hi.-*- from Norfolk represent a severe
gale as having prevailed on the Chesapeake
Ki aan Frederick A. Pike died al
; the bi ai
iiieiit has n< intentii d of abandoning the tele
Many robberies, supposed to have been per
petrated by tramps, are reported fromAcco
mac count] -
The rupture between the King of the Ha
inda and 1 . the sugar
iii" steami r Virginia, from Ball
rted disabled and anchored otr
the mouth of the Potomac river.
w III am Fill] I itally at
1 trouble anise over Filly's
tion to Jo* ter.
Owing to tin tbe Juron
the argument in tli- Burke Kenned] trial at
minst* r, MT. was not concluded.
a large shipmen! ol about fJ-5,-0- pounds of
msignedto Frank E. Fernald,of Chicago,
bas been condemned by the i>-a Inspector ns
Advices from Vfcsl Carroll parish, Loul
Indicate that tbe disorders there are im rem
lng, and that thi Q ernor may have to oall
' out the ml
Congressman Reagan, ex Confed. rate Post
boomed for Senator
from T( teas. !?>? was in Pre Iden! Davis1 -
n.-t ail through the ?
Diptheria is epidemic at Wilkinburg, an east
.in suburb of Pittsburg. Ovei ? - have
,, ported. The cause ol tbe trouble issaid
to be defeotivi drainage.
lident is said to bc mut b annoyed by
ding to* "m. 1 1 base of
? asbington with the operations
of an alleged n -ii 1 state ?
"but." Miner, known all over the oountry
as the prince of hunk sneaks, wai arreated In a
.,. , lotbing store, In Si a York, In tbe
act of stealings coal worth 110.
on ol hotels and rcstauaants
In dartford, Conn., have Iwenarrested for sell
lng oleomargarini without displaying the
argarine used here."
("halie- ('an*T. an alleged notorious land
BWin<j arrests d at Birmingham, Ala.
mid to have swindled parties In Chatta
nooga. Tenn., out ot |**0-0D0 worth ol land.
Poll] Stump, aged 66 years, while returning
tx ber leg near Len
,!ie. Pa. she vainly endeavored to crawl
home, and' ThTorsday morning waa found froaen
The British resldentsof New Tort and vi
.i.iitv held an adjourned meeting at the
Brunswick hold to takes-taps forthe oelebra
Hon ol tho Que* n*i -hibilee, whkm will occur
in .hui". '
Hi a York Dolly Clommeroial Bulletin
.h.. November fire loss tn the United
andCanadaal tlO/XXW-O. Acoording to
..li.-iin there has bet n a ton by
Bre 0l 1106^)00,000 for the eleven mon'.
[ntheSnow Allej suit ontrtallnltornatab-a,
the defendant, John H. Alley, waa es
aminedanddep* ,r t!,('
efrom U der-- Bartlett, of Washing
ton; Elisha Gray, electrician, -ind Rodney
Mrs. Presidenl Cleveland i- in New
Secretary Whitney [rave i dinner to
Munkacsy the artist.
Benator Ransom ls certain to be hi**
own successor as Benator from North ,
Thc man.laic ha. been Issued to -top
luoking in the corridor of the Treasury
There is s grant deal of Idle gossip
aboul the smry that Sunset Coi tried io
jet two .alarie-.
L ls understood that the Commissioner
of Navigation, Captain Jarvis Fatten of J
Maine, has resigned.
Becretarv Whin., Bed a supple?
mental order carrying out hi- intention
t0 "un over all naval -tore- and property
:*t Iii*' val, ? , - n, ?.!?* custody of the
Senator.- Cullom, Flatt, and Harri- ami
Representatives Reagan, Crisp,and Wea
.vcr (Nebraska),conferees on the Inter
: state commerce hill, resumed their labors;
lat io A. M. yesterday. Thej have thc :
! Cullom hil!, passed by thc Si nd the
in lull, passed by thc Hon
them, and are going through ami compar- j
ins them by sections. Senator Cullom
l said to a Star reporter that it wa- too early '
yet to foreshadow the action of the i on*
ferees, or toeven say whether or nota1
bill would be egret d upon.
ITEM8 OF INTERE
ira only twenl >? n.u," Japan ss n I
'??' .*. S
in umbn Ibu ur.- made anno*
offl ii,.;., i popa
,ni.! d ti. ' |
rain falls on the u I
rai msold steamar Plymouth i: ..
? oed a I Apply (alan 1 the oiler *
for thu Iron, Dram and copper in ber
earth is nov passing through ap i
i orbit wi
barns ol mi I ora. Ahout Ni ?
Im li % the Ont week in Deceml r
il . ?
MerlatU, the young Italian urtiat
io outdo Rued, savio that
ile object is topi rv< iai Inc I - liquid
., onlj a mystitication, and thal
.s hi_ own?capable ot
enduring a long fast,
Tn.' French navy offlciabfiave bean ?.--peri
d Lui i kirk with an in v< ation which,
ii, will render existing navies
This Invention is oothing Ism than
. ol war made ol celluloid, which will
doa! under all circumstances, und _> prac?
tically proof against ai tillar) , smew th* heav
ly Imbed thornes!vee in it with
a unii Lim 1, and do not penetrate
'???n-uinpiioii at j?a|)or und th* volume
of tts manufacture are sometimes taken bi
buds of civilisation. Tba United Stat*..
a.ls SSS paper mills and 1,100 paper machines;
uany bas BOO milli and 101 marhinss;
, .,i mills and ?>.'> machines; England,
ills, Ml machinm; Scotland, ow ml
Ireland, 18 nulls, ll. bubb.
. *.. 188milla, 181 machines; Auitn.i ...
0 machines. Tbs arerago annual
mctionof paper in all countries it usu
dat 3,800,000 toma
Tbe following "sum" waassl lb* pupil-of
,;.*.." Madcbeosohnle, who gave it
not heiu^ quick enough te sss tbs trap
:ur them. From 880,798,889 tak* tbe
aa., many tune-as possible
took it for grunted that it wea simply
? mi a ion sum. It iras evplained 11 I
afterward that M they bad #on* on sui I
ii 5 until a proper answer was got it a
?! them one year and fourmonthi
tit tnt allowing that soe can rabi
umber three times in every ml
twelve hour- a day. Tbe |
?i doing the sum was, of com -
i by 029, v\iii b ?
MUSICAL AND THEATRICAL
' irgaret Hath r bas added ''Masks and
, - ber repertory.
..-n bas changed his min ab)
lg to tins country thia nea-on. lie i*
afraid of the ese,
? langtry has shelved "A Wife's 1'erii"
ami will hereafter open ber sstgagemants
tv itb tbe "Lady "?' Lyons.'1
Tbs Bomber of tmveling companies tnis
rear is more than 850, an - af
ooe i-i* neon.
Look Mon 'h. ol' "My Launer
bw (.,. tion of bein , one of th
poker ola;,. IS in I
Sarah Horn li I
Mr. Henry J. BO g ?
ia mme tims and w_U make mb lirat
survey of that Held
Ch.' ! rn that
of 8*.'.'- ">' J- It will fn * Con
.!r?,; and have a denn, ot t and
weal ti >le.
Rand the Duli Tone.
NEWS HF THE WORLD AS SENT To
THE "TIMES'" HY WIER
A Day'fl R*t**0**>****_ ol* Munlcrs.
1" iri's-, .-md Other (eiiiu-H
? lilli C '.-tSll'llt i?r*S.
Tin- Work or the I l.-u... h.
Ci.kvki.ano, ()., December T?At 11:15
o'clock la-t night tire was discovered in a
ham in the rear of 1") Bergen street. An
alarm was at once turned in, hut owiag
to tin.- lane amount of snow on the
gfouad and the wren storm then pre
railing the engines were?a. long time in
reaching the fire. When they arrived
No. L'i and three atljoininir tenement
houses were in dames.
The four booaea were occupied hy 2n*
families, consisting of over ino people,
who appeared in the street in scant cloth?
ing, exposed to the fury ol' the storm and
without shelter from the driving snow.
Prom the houses across the street on
either side of the fire thc people ran in
baste. Borne carried bundles <>f clothing,
while others carried blankets and boa*
ding. A man and woman were seen to
lea., one of the huming buildings,
dragging a big .either bed after them.
They left the Led in thc middle
of the street and attempted tO re-enter the
_OUSe, hut were Stopped. OB the Led
was found a Lah", sound asleep, which
was restored to its parents. Another
babe vs as found in a bundle <>f blanket
that wa- heirn: kicked about. The scene
was one of lodiacribable confusion until
the people were reassured Ly the Bremen
and persuaded to enter their houses. At
midnight the tire was completely under
control, having Leen confined to the
four tenements and the Stable in thc rear
' .v Yong, Decembers.?-- fire broke
on: this Miornin-" on thc lighter Ino,
which wa_ receiving a cargo of cotton
from the Charleston linc, dock pier29,
Fast river As soon as the vessel waa dis?
covered to Le on tire she waa cwt adrift
from the dock, sd as to save the thou?
sands of hales of cotton stored there. If
ihis precaution had not Leen taken the
dock and its cont.'lits might have Leen
consumed. The lire boat, Havemever,
w is gent for but succeeded in laving very
little ol' the cotton on the lighter. The
Ino bad 285 hales of cotton on board,
which was being shipped by the Metro?
politan Steamship Company to the Nas?
sau Man ii fact u lin _: Company of New
Hampshire. The lighter ia owned by
Shenlin Bros., of Wall street, hut at pres?
ent is leased to George VT. Anderson.
BnocKTOif, Mass., December 8.?At 2
A. M. ii two-and-a-half-story wooden
building cast of the opera-house, occu?
pied by Tab-tan, printer, ls on fire, aad
will Le badly damaged, with its contenta.
The estimated loaaes arc: Opera-house
building, $175,000; insurance, |60,000
Edgar A: Reynolds, dry gooda, $40,000;
insured for $90,000. Lorim* A: Howard.
carpets. $55,000; Insured for $45,0*00. W.
A. DWaitzer, Loots and shoes. $10,000 : in
\ Tutal I'.xplohiiiii.
Bi LLAiBB, I miio, December 8.- -An ex?
plosion of 'powder occasioned hy some
one stepping on i parlor match in tha
store of Robert Hall, six miles from this
place, last evening, blew Ihe whole end
out of the building, and fatally injured
Robert Hall. Jacob Weiss, and Charles
William-. Clarence N'.-tT and three other
peraoni a era leverelj hurt.
Hue nf Our (iiiintry'H l),in,t i -
Columbia, B. C., December 8. La*:
eveaiag ex-chief-Justicc (Sooley, of Michi?
gan, author of the famous work on Con
st it ul ional I. ind tat ion,delivered thc annual
address before the South Carolina Har
Association. His subject was- "Influ?
ence DDOn our Institutions and Habits of
Thought,*1 and ba dwelt upon the dan*
gen of centralization arising from the
heed!.- !,.-s of the people.
OM iii. lo.iv's Day.
Coi.t Mius, <>., December '?'.?Bi B
tor Thurman says the coming banquet of
the Jackson Club, for which invitations
have bean teat to leadiag Democrats all
over the country, will not have unusual
political importance R is customary for
the cluL to have such gathering! every
year on the anniversary of .Jackson's vic?
tory at New Orleans on .January sib.
Verdiet ai-aiiis! Itutler.
Roston. December 8.?In the United
States Circuit Court to-day in the suit
brought Ly the National Soldiers' Home
to recover $15,000 ami intereet, from Cen.
Butler, the jury rendered a rerdict for
plaintiff of $16,587.50. The I aaa gOOf to
thc Supreme Court on exceptions.
< iiluretl Mi ni-, i s.
St. Paul, Minn.. December 8.?The
ten-round prise fight, (Jtieensberry lalee,
with two ounce glOTea, between Frank
Johnson 'colored), of New Vork, and
known its the Black Star, and Billy Wil
son (colored), Of St. Raul, which occurred
last night, ended in a draw.
Killed Her ???_??<
Hf.i.kna. Auk., December 8.?The par?
ticulars were received in Helena yester?
day, of a horrible tragedy. Lavina Brown,
wife of Jackson Brown, living near Tren?
ton. Ark., had sonic words with him
about a trivial matter Wednesday morn?
ing while at breakfast. The husband did
not pay any more attention to the occur?
rence, and was sitt in ir down fondling his
children, when his wife went to the wood?
pile, picked up an axe, slipped up to her
husband, and almost severed his head
from his body. The woman made no at?
tempt to escape, and is now in custody.
The parties are colored.
The I snn.1 TeVM Murder.
Kkkuvii.i.k. Tkxas, December 'A.?P.
B. Jarmon, B wealthy ranchman, while
out riding Tuesday evening, found a hog
killed lying on his Lind. He stopped to
examine it, and the thief, who was hid in
the underbrush, tired three shots at him.
two of which took effect, fatally wound?
ing Mr. Jarmon. Se recognised his as?
sailant, who it* a well-known Mexican.
OfBcen are in pursuit of the murderer,
who will he lynched if Caught
I* kit. ks in ko, Va., December 8.?In an
affray In Pitt county, N. c., Thomas
Smith and .lohn Dennis became involved
in a quarrel, when the latter shot and
killed tin-former. Friends of Smith as?
saulted Dennis and cut him nearly to
death with a large knife. It is not
thought that Dennis can recover,
A Doti hit* ll ii i-i I,>r.
Sii.\ i n-iin. Al.a., December .'I. -Last
Dight .Limes Turner went to the house of
Frank Carter and called him to the door
and shot him twice in thc breast. Car?
ter grasped a rifle a- be fell, and taking
deliberate aim, tired, the bullet passing
through Turner's breast. Thc cause of
the difficulty is not known, as the men
were wann friends until a few (lavs BATO.
A Trio lyn. heil.
Bukniiam, Tkxas, Dec. 'A.?Wednes?
day olghl ahout midnight an armed
moll came to town, overpowered thc jail?
er, and took out Theo. Fcldc, Alfred
.loues. and Lphriani Jones, three of the
aegroes implicated in the killing of De
wees Bolton st Flewcllen's store in this
county, on the Dight of the election, and
LATEST PORBIOn M Wv
Kauiii'n- Return* t<? Bt. Pottyrthnrttu
London. December ?">.?General Saul
bars arrived at St. Petersburg Thursday.
He was met at the depotbyagreal crowd,
who received him enthusiastically.
The idea is growing here that a con?
ference of the powers regarding the Bul?
garian question will be resorted to.
Thc standard says that Russia is ni
tinting with I'ari-au banker-for a loan of
It is stated that the Czar is about to
send Prince Nickoloe ot' Mingrelia to the
Sultan to obtain his consent io thc nomi?
nation of the Prime as Governor of
Roumelia, with the object of eventually
compelling Bulgaria to accept him ai
In their reply to Austria's overtures
England ami Italy favor setting the ques?
tion Of thc union of Bulgaria and Rou
melia before electing a prince of Bulgaria.
While Russia, Turkey and France favor
electing a prince first.
Sofia, December 8,?Thc deputation of
Bulgarian aotables Instructed by the gov
ernmenl to visit 'he different power.- and
personally place before them thc fat I
the Bulgarian situation has started on its
DlscoBslna tin- Valve <>f PUBtew's Tkaory.
Panie, DecemherA.~ Dr. Colin, of Paris, ?
read a paper before the Academy ol
Bciences yesterday showing that the an?
nual average Dumber of death- from
rabies in Fiance i- 'Jil, and (hat since M
Pasteur began hi- course of treatment the
sane Dumber of patients have died.
Ac-cording to official statistic-, the Dum?
ber of persons bitten by mad animals
year in France was 851, while M. Pasteur
ha- mated 1,700 patients. Dr. Colin con?
cludes that the Pasteur system Isof doubt?
ful efficacy, and he is alarmed for tin- re
suit- of rirbulent inoculation.
Thomas Reddy, aged 85, was Instantly
killed, and Hugh McCiniic?, aged 98,
fatally Injured Wednesday evening,
on the Ashland Branch of thc Lehigh
Valley railroad Reddy was walking
along tbe track ami the engineer signalled
down brakes sharply, hut not in time.
Med meas, who was a passenger appre?
hending a culb-ion. leaped from the train
Thc jury in thc trial of ex-Alderman
McQuade was completed in New Vork
Thursday, subject to peremptory chai
lenges enough to empty the jury box.
Detectives laal olghl arrested Herman
Falkenberg, tailor, charged with the
crime of " lix ing" the jury in the tirst
trial of Mcquade.
The Bishop of Orosswardein hus died
at Vienna. _
THK "TlMKS" CARRIER.) ARE
DIRECTED To COLLECT WEEKLY.
SIX CENTS A WEEK
Reported bf C. W. Branch it Co.. hanker*-"
and brokers. "No. lill Main street.
New Vork Stork Market.
Haw Vokk, Deeaaahar ?.?-Londoa qaota
tiona eame higher but the market did net re
raond here; and the idea Beamed lo prevail
that some of the large local oneratova were
anxious to keep the market quiet in order te
buy stock*, as cheaply BB p*_-sible. The
amount of the liquidation during the I******
part of this week s wa>. we imagine, rery
much larger than was generally ,*<tiniate**l,
and its beneficial influence is now being felt.
The Vanderbilt stocks, anil especially New
York Central, have been raeaduy absorb****.,
and the baying of the market during the tart
hour of the day was of a marked character,
and seemed to indicate (frat the bull lead*?***"
had decided to takebokfof their projK'rtie*.
for a fresh advance. There is certainly goad
ground for expecting this to he the earn aad
we afc content to believe no. The market
closed stront-. Money, H and 7 i*r .sat.,
closing at 5 per cent. P. *? W.
North Carolina 4's. c.,
" " (i's. e.,
Virginia 'i's. consols,
Virginia 6*8, peelers.
Virginia 3-4-5-h Mo'*-,
Virginia Ts, new,
Virginia consul coupon-*, old,
Virginia consol coupons, July.'
Richmond - -
Richmond 4 s,
A. rftt'. A ir-Li ne,
Char., ('ol. ami Aug..
('. .V < I., preferred,
Del., Lack, and \\'esf< rn,
E. Tenn., 1st preferred,
E. Tenn.. 2d preferred,
E. Tenn., common.
L, IL it \\\.
Jersey < 'entral,
Louisville and Nashville,
M.. K. T.,
N. *- W., preferred,
New Vork and New England.
New York Central,
R. ,?< P.,
Richmond anti Danville,
R . l , ami P. div. oblige.,
Western Union Tel ,
East Tennessee .Vs,
Richmond and Allegheny, 1st
Virginia Midland. incoiaeB,
(leorgia Pacific, lat,
H. and I> debentures.
A. ami P., incoiie -
New Orleans I'aciiic, cert"*.,
Shenandoah Valley, gcti'lfi's,
Ch inigo Grain ami Produce Market.
Reported by C. E. Redford A Ob, Oraia
Commission Merchants, No ti South Twelf-h
cm. a(.o, Deeaaahar t, isae.
Highest. L-owaat. Ch-Stag.
TM 774 78*
7IHI 7H? 79|
Ntf 8ft* 8-f
38H 37| .'UH
3**. SOI Ml
44i 434 44
I >et ember,
J au uan.
Lsliinate*! receipts of bogB, 40,001)
tl .0 '-'_
I.. 'A.-I < lt Kl Bf.
ber to-day, closing at oatasaa
The wheat market has ruled
active, and hi
figures. The foreign market-* continue te
advance and were reported strong and highes.
Our market opened up at <K5j for Mav and
80-ddown toeOf, but quickly reacted aad
sold 11]> to opening lij_; ires. Curb trading be?
tween beards was liv. ly at n^ on larg** en?
gagements for wheal n Se* York and oa
evening !*e*?ion told U| to Hfif, elueinaat **->!.
Buying fever ls more Intense noa tana aaa
at all dari na the deal. Wc would buy
in tair reaction, torn timi mid higher. "*>m
pathhring with wheat thr ugbout. Proyi*
nioiis very active and fair, tluctuatiug widely
i and closing at about medium.