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FRIDAY, - JANUARY14.
If y? u do not read Ihe Daily Timi it
will cost you three tina's the time and
wasted time to take the time to study the
new- ii; papen that take three times the
time to give the spirit of the timi - And
loni you forget it. One cent I copy
Send a postal-card to the office, M8 Main
street, and have your residence put on
the i arrier*i route.
The Indiana Legislature is In 8 muddle
the complit ations between tbs Bens
tOTShip and the Office of Lieutenant Gov
amor. They bad appealed to the State
Supreme Court. Though a majority of
the judges are Demon rats, they nnited in
referring the whole matter to the Lt
tatura. Thii body, in joint session, which
the Democratic Senators refused to si
tend, c snvsssed the vote and det
Robertson, the Republican candidate,
elected by a plurality of all theVOtCSCBSt,
but the !>i moeia' - protest thal it
v nt legal ft
Tin milli nail Ihe 1 nib I Mates
bV cate are, John Sherman, who prt
over thal body.
Stanford, ol California; Palmer, of
Michigan; Sal I Wi tconsin; Joni b,
of Nevada; Payne, of Ohio; Dolph Ind
Mitchell, of Oregon; Cameron, of Penn
sylvania; Cheney, of New Hampshire;
Spooner, of Wisconsin, who remain in
their scats after March 4th next. While
the- ri have large wealth, what ll
their worth ss legislators! What inter
have they in common with the mil
To tin se w id be added or continued
after Man h 4th 'Silver" Stewart. Hearst,
Stockbridge, Perwell Q I Camden.
\Vh- .i .??' - iv, "redui e taxes," we do
not mean to chime in with Repudiator!
ind ot n .. .'. ho try to persuade the
pcop! ?,.:'.: | thal tlicy cannot
"1 to make a deli; settlement. A
ttlement bringa no additional
lt ic establishes the reputation of
OBI Mate, and bring? capita;
!? .-lop our ? The policy thal
irganizi ? sensation i cred
is the d ? thi;
cuni] p mobilities.
Virginia bi -ion and nullifi?
cation aval h i- i: . ICt tO Iel
th -in al ?
Oni National * rO vern mi nt under !?.
eratic coi i pride to every patriotic
citizen, and lo denounce its authority SS
Torrup! i- nonst nse
Eighty one votes in Ihe New York
1,. i-lature will elect a Senator, and as
the Demo, ia's have sixty it is proposed
by some of the lat!' i tn vote for Conkling
if he will ac cpi.
We think Conkling would accept just
from recalling a little reminiscence of hil
beg Jug thc Legislature foi the seat which
he resigned, when he supposed in the
fulness ol' turkey cock vanity, that it
would bc tendered him again, lie wai
glad io see Cleveland elected President,
because spite ii et than p wrtj
loyalty to a party that snubbed him, and
if tl. . ? hence where he can grandly
asscmi tie position of an alleged In-j
dependent patriot statesman, we cannot
help thinking that Mi Roscoe Conkling
ls the man to do it.
I.I III ( I I WI s.
B. duce the taxes. This is the i
Watchword Of true Demo, racy. There
are one hundred millions taken yearly
from the people ami horded by a Govern
Bent thai pretends to be representative
of the popular lenee and lei ling, Heprc
? thc "trustees and servants"
of the people, and ihey have no right to
substitute personal ideas for thc popular
The > merican Republic is the great
enfranchisement of the popular right to
self-government. It's officers BSUrp au?
thority like conspirators when they leg?
islate on false principles. The Cooper
Union meeting petitioned Mr. Cleveland
by forcible resolutions to tall an extra
session of Congress to consider this g rave J (
matter, if the present Congress fails in
its duty. All of Whick goes to tdiow that
the average American citizen does not
think wry long before bc arrives at a j j
very wisc conclusion. '. 1
The llnul'tn military critic pirti a color
of romantic, ornament on the editorial on
"Tho;" (that i- heavy fortification?^
'?yield rather to the InceSSanl mining of
the hidden ISpper?to tiie insidious ap?
proach of the eunningly-driwn zigzag
"To strike boldly aero- the <inlf of
Bothnia il not the plan ol campaign for
a power s() practised in war as Bu--ia
lt better -.-otis with her ti editions]
strategy to take Norway or Sweden, or
both, in their vulnerable points ; to strike
them whir" they look SCTOSS the Anti.
ocean toward the midnight -un. or.
using more homely Isngusge, to enter
Scandinavia by her back door. And
this is really the itep that is already be?
ing talked about at St. Petersburg. The
military ambition that only a ft
ago wa- beni i.n recoveilng I rt of
auneiiiiLT the Central Asian khanatei in
the spoil- of Delhi and Lahore i- now
seeking to sdd the frozen wastes of the
Yai.ii ?? : ! -id and the ire bound |
of th- Nor: ii Cape to the jewi Ut thal ihine
in the crown of the White ( /ar. For
this, it may be. thc Uleaborg railway ii
being pushed forward: and fer this Bu
sia i- encouraging a sort of racial move
il among the Pinna who have ami
grated to Norway in recent yeal -
How i- that for a Napoleon!* descrip?
tion of something? Doesn't ii bring be?
fore the wondering Imagination of (!'?
entranced leader a grand display of ar
and a light and airy mixture of
It wai understood that (icu. ral \\
hain bad submitted a proposition tO the
striken at Newport News, and thal the
-trike ri .vere discussing it. There ll DOl
likely to be any further disturbance, but
the beal way would bc to make the nc
w ho caused the lirst disturb I
amenable io the law, if they i an be
BPKI I \l A Mi Pl RSOH \i..
vYhenevei any weary reader li i
the joke column of thc // pat '?? with an
expi salon of melancholj and then light!
on a prettv lillie green patt 1. of charity
in an Insinuation of pity for Cluverius,
In classh ' i
"Why in thc the Kinj I
Gander* iib di i ile Ditpat rj on
ii- greal subject after it-- firsl storm
virtuous indignation ?"
Weil, thc Bnsw.' r i-. thal when <!lo
i l hun:,' and th i in" dis
d Into thc thin air, oul of w hicb he
ade, the . like nu
empty gourd (no r<
Drinkard), ami -.nine-, uin gather
around ita neck.
Blla Wheeler-Wilcox says she can set
more light than darkness In the world
So can wc, I.Ila. w hen Hie sidewalk!
? heel < ; ii e, But'- ?,' ? \
If Ella ever fell down <>n (bc ic.
would know ih.it -bus in thc daytime
beat the incandescent burn
back hair i^ thick enough io break the
Mr. Calino has |usl ci: fi ed a maid
.nt lately arrived (rom Brittany.
if es te i iv he asked her tor some bot
ter. " Put. -ir, you have -onie." she
replied. "I : ? i;p to you
That' ? eli for I r of a
house, but the average bo : 01
cook lady down here can put the misl
of thc house in hoi w at< r all I
without any trouble in calling for it.
lilllie '.''< I> , ?
don't ?1 i-*; .i- - and argufy with the Daii j
Times, lt's bei tin y don't w mt their
conni ry subsci iliers to know that \ ou
have Btarted a daily paper and stop the
Dispatch. I think it was a dead give i
about making up the "Old Man,''
dogon iii ? ly so all the lime al
base ball club. ">M \!.i
TIM (OM l Ul.KAU > III ll KN.
Mr Grady'i description of the return
of the ( on lei lt rate soldier after thc war
i- worth a place in evsrybodj ?
book, and by a. dent it g. t an additional
llghl on it by contrast with the Union
"Dr. Talmsge has drawn for you, with
a master1! hand the picture of your return?
ing armies. Ile has told von how in the
pomp and circumstance of war, they
lame back to you, marching with proud
and rictorioui tread, reading their glory
in a nation'- eyes' Will you bear with i
nie while I tell you of another anny that
tonghi its ii mir- at the close ol the late j
wai an army that marchid bonn in di
tea' mni not in vii lory -in pal
not iii aplender, but in glory thal equaled
sour.-, mni to bi ai ts as l \ er w< I
corned beroi ?, bonier l.i i m.- picture to
von tiie footsore Confed rs
buttoning U0 in his laded
the parole which was to bear te timony
o his children of iii-. Qdelit} and faith, j
turned his tai e southward from Appoma i
o\ in April, 1863. Think of him as ragged,
iialf starved, heavy-hearted, < nf< ? bb d by
a ant and wound-; having fottghl
isustion, he surrenders bil gun, wrings
be hands of lu- comrades in silence, and
diing his tear-stained and pallia face lor
he last time to the graves that ibu the <
)ld Virginia hill-, pulls hil grsj cap ovsr '
iis brow, and begini tin slow mid pain?
ui journey. What doo he lind- let tue
isk you, who went to your home- eager
o timi, in the welcome you had justly
terned, full payment for four years' iso*
?Mice?whet docs he timi when, hav
ng followed the battle-stained i rosi j
igsinat overwhelming odds, dresding i
icath not half so much as surrender, j
ie reaches the home he left so
iroaperoua and beautiful? He linds his
louse in ruin-, bis farm devastated, hil
laves free, his stock killed, hi- berni
inply, his trade destroyed, his moejey
worthless, his social system, feudal in its -
iiagniticencc, swept awav, his people i
iithout law or legal status, his com- N
ades slain, and the burdens of Jtheri J
eavy on his shoulders. Crushed by de-!
feat* hi^ very traditions are gone. With?
out money, credit, employment, material
or training?and, beside all this, < ? BK*
from d with th" _-i iVCSt problem that
ever met human intelligence?the eitsb*
nabing "f a status for the vast budy of
his liberated ilsves
"What does he ,b, this hero in graj
with a heart of gold '' Does he sit down
in sullenness ami despair! N*<?t fir a
dav. Surely God, who had Stripped him
of his prosperity, inspired him in his
adversity. As ruin was never before so
overwhelming, never was sastorstlon
swifter Thc soldier itepped from the
trenches lute tlie furrow; horses tbsl
had charged Federal gnni marched before
the plow, and Heidi tba! ran red with
human blood in April wen- green with
tho harvest in .lune; women reared in
luxury cut up their dresses and made
hree, lies for their husbands, and, with a
patience ami heroism that tit women
alwayi ai a tennent, gave their bandi to
work. There was little bitterness in
all this Cheerfulness and frankness
prevailed. ' iii ll Arp' struck the
keynote when he -aid: ' Well, 1
killed as many cf them a- they did of me.
and noa I am going towork.' [LsUghter
and applause.] <>r the soldier, returning
home after defeat and roasting some corn
(Mi the roadside, srho made 'lie remark to
li- COmi Sdi - ' You may leave the South
if you want to, bul I am going to San
dersville, ki-- my wife and raise a crop,
and if the Yankees fool with me any
more I will wdiip'em sgsin.' [Renewed
applause | I want to say to General
sherman?who is considered an ableman
in our pans, though some people think
he is a kind of careless man about fire?
that from the ashes he left qi in ($64 wi
have raised a braie -md beautiful city;
thal somehow or other we have i it
th'- sunshine in tin- bricks and mortar ot
our homes, and have builded therein not
one ignoble prejudice or memory.'1 [Ap
The Virginia State Debt.
T? the People of FIr?l
Ai ii m>etiml'ot Virginia Bondholders, con
I hy the Council ol Foreign Bondholders,
held on Friday, the 34th nf September.
1886, ai thc < lanni Hotel, [."iel' a.
the following resolutions srere passed ui
"Thal this meeting deplores the long <?? mtesl
into whi. h tho i?' ndhofdeii have been I
for the maino e.ae. e ni their i a.r!iis, and, s bile
as-, i: lng ii ? terminal lon nol r
ment, which, In
view of the admitted ahilit) ol Virginia I
tie with her creditors, and the i - the)
bi hi li. ll
. un aisi. berebj
wi 11 i nguc? to ti
eomproml! e isuwd upon the ;
eil! ? sftei
proi Iding for I
|h rill 111<?."
'I'll. ! the
-. and li ta ?
into ihe country, i! t cons) neted
public works with thc bond ho
y J oil WOU : lr IH I"!
sta:,, whieli borro er en
: the beni I han Vii
. ? i > un -.XIV.
Thc unsettled condition i
? ,l mel immigration "..id Viii
. and as long as matte] p so com
uiii ii.\er develop the splendid n -
the ?-tar.- i'i i h.- v ..< ' in ? di . rve.
revenue I ?
last HM< M?m< i.' ? aif aft . '
.lc \alii's. V'.'ir i.rcs. nt r> \
might (>?? lu-.', ly n were
more > arel ull3 the pi at aa
-'--incuts ,,:i property equalized throughout
v, ? ? i .'.: ,-.. been difficult to ii.. 1
. and ' 1. hui
den will iKfome lightei. wi,, n tin- 1, 1
tioii is Bett led capital and enterprise, which
? the State.
bonds now In ex ts ten
al'lc ci i ar a I ?W rate ,,| ,?
: ii' cul ott th, .
. and delivered to
te. Anj hu ?
. 1 be upi) ? ' '-. and
? Julj ill tl.'
which W in arran-.
mi n. an I
\ ent an tu
ul and an honorab ?
I : '.
? . t ne con
ilia! >ry 1 hy the
? I ,.lil*.1 i'll,' to
well as 1
. . to tender eouj
s tl.lliiNS X\l> HIM \| . \N ls
1 '<>.-!, ,.'li<?. Sa!,,, ni,
Mo. 1002 E. Muln St.. RICHMOND,
POOL WU BILI 1 IBU HALL ATTAI RKD.
deM iy JOSEPH TUA VI."i! M
\V II,LIAM BNELLINOS, ffgb/T}
\> Ho iiii.i.r.Vly
1 tlloped, Fried, Broiled,
Btes 1,1 ? i; . SbelL
Li 1 ion, J 1
n I ter In the
I SESTA1 HAN h.
I. ls. WINTER, I ' m tl ?
liter; Mea -
. and .XII
rm: grand central bili iard i
l TEMPI 1 xi 1. wi. AND BAB. '
W. J. M w\ ? ' roa.
nth and Hank M-.
CHOICEST IMPOH1 ED WINI'S I [ODORS,
IO A UH, ,\. I 1 ll. u\.s'i ERS, t.AMI.. ic, ,
erved in the I .
MEAL8 SEN1 OUT <>.N ORDER,
I7?0R RENT?SEVERAL NKWefclJi
I HOU8B8, .a, lt,,., -net. hlitwuiuW .
'oiiiteenth and Mayo streets,containing Six I j
tooma each, a uh <i.i-. Bath, and all Modern lm 11
lents. These houses are ju-t Oldened and ino
rstrclAasorder. Bent moderate. Ajml> to ,
H lt. CHAFFIN \ co..
dPclKutf No I North lenth st nit.
sJOTICE.?THE REGULAR AN
^ nual meeting ol the stockbotdera of the
lerchants National Bank of Richmond will by
eld at their Banking House on Tuesday, the
it ti da> of January, 1M7. J. Y. QLBNN,
DAM INO SCHOOLS.
I VAN01NQ ACADEMY.
M. F. LAD BK;
BAttNQBB MA M.I
Ivety Saturday fcgD P. M..
Ja 7 2m
)BOF. T. J. MINOR'S
DANt [NO ACADEMY,
<; KUMA MA BALL
Classes Thurs lay nights at - P, M., for
- .md Ladies
Class Friday afternoon, al i P. M.. for
???rs. oe 31-zm
BANKERS AM) BROKERS.
AM ASTER A bl CKE,
BANKHfifl AND BROKERS,
Bel Main Sn
Securities of all kind- dealt In aud
bought and sold on commission.
l\o. I\ HU IM h. Kiu:o. a. -
THOMAS BRANCfl A CO . HANK'
l.K- ANDCOMMISSION MERCHANTS.
lio\l)>. STXM ks. and SECURITIES
BOCO HI AND SOLD In this and all the
We have a private telegraph wire from our
office to all tin- Northern s,andean
execute orders foi kCTIVE STOCKS within
a few minute* ol their receipt at our office.
We get quotations every quarter of sn hour,
winch arc open for the inspection of our
Earliest information on the subject of Rail
road and Corporation Securities and State
feS-flm THOMAS BB kNCH \ 00.
< W BRANCH ft CO
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
lin Bah M un Brsjcst,
(Star.- i;.uik Building.)
Private wira connecting direct with
Washington, Baltimore. Philadelphia, ano
New York. Bu) and .-ell itocka and bondi
for cash or on margin. Commission i per
cent. Loans negotiated. Also trade in e. na?
ru Union in grain and e..(ton futures, v a
York and Chicago. I so?
John LWilliams & Son,
Bankers and Brokers,
P. 0 RICHMOND, VA.
Deal in Southern In
Railroad and Municipal b
it? ii mi;**.
JOHN LINDSEY . .lu.
ind lt, FIRST MARKET,
FINE BLL.F, MUTTON, SC, SO.
Ol vs. PISTOLS, A< ?
V I. CAI.1.OW |
I ? Sm ? c sor to h. C. Qalloway,
i 71 ?# I. rraaklia st..
DI Ll BS IS
GUNS, PISTOLS, & SPORTING GOODS
i I ali pureba -
Mad o."!'. 3 dring
? i to. . I Ja 2
BOOTS ilTD SHOES,
For the Holiday Trade!
GEN l> SLIPPERS I S ALLIC! \ FOR, SE \ h.
MARON OOAT, EMBROIDERED
KANGAROO -all a
LADIB81 SLIPPERS In all
OLD LADIES1 Sus Quilted, I Launel
n.i.r SLIPP1 h Bound.
BHOPPI SQ P sGS, SATCHELS, CH B B M B,
RAILROAD BAGS, fe .
J. A. GRIOO,
Drs. GEO. B. & CHAS. L. STEEL,
m M lin -? Richmond, Vs
DO 7 3u UAFtim
DU I' CALVIN .IOHNSON, jQA
.-lor. w BS I MAIN 81 BEET. ?"?"ttt*
fill, dumble, and Life like
ARTI! ICIAL Tl Ki ll as lou ??
I'l.K SET. All kinda ol I lld IN(J **i l- ii;
? |j ii ii bo
? id "'I - I ...
Se sure and git >? me ? ju ?_? 3m
-.v ?i\ is.
? . ? ?
? i tion ol d mn four
UT A N T E D TO APPLY OUR
v in the city al
ft al i i mi ?
WILLIAM P. MARROW t ION,
.I-- 1" tf .v
WT ANTED AT Mt RE8TA1 R INT,
T } ii as ms I . .mit
>t ii. 1 RHEE 1 IRST I I iSti ll UtKKEl'l
.. wau on ni\ du I * itu some ul I
'me e/yaor Whiskey, the best sud purest
Iquor in town. Iii ta. t the doctors and all
Iruggieta lr the city are getting mad, for they
a> I *ni Interfering arith their trade bj Belling
hat Pure win.-kt y that alway! keepa tin i
ile Mel! and m gi?>d I.ciiltli. A man thal
Irinks lt i*egulariy -rill make friends with bia '
nothei mi law. In addition to thia Pure and '
Unadulterated Wbiakey, it i- an established
sci thal Hudson keepa the beat Restaurant
u the cit). Meals furnished to transient and
?ern.anent boarders in the t*>t style on verj '
J. It. HUDSON, Proprietor,
M North Seventeenth street.
Wash Jenkins'Old Stand, delt-hao ,
nriLLlAM P MARROW,
TY OARJ-BNTJsa\AND BUILDER,
No. al North Seventh street
S|?? ? a! attention given to Jobbjiitf und ra
alring. jh I.' ly
T. L ALFRIEND.
No. 1117 Main Street, Richmond, Va.
WASHINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO,
OF NEW YORK. '
ASSETS, $s,r>oo,oo<5?TWKNTY si;\ KN FEARS IN KXI8TENI
Ike only eompany whose dividends are Premium-Paying and PoUoy-Protectlng
amount, wu limit notice to the m.siire'l and witfjout medical n ? < us
FIRE, MARINE, AND STEAIVI-BOILER INSURANCE
Pbcsoli AawraaoeCompaay of LondDD,Oewaanla Fire laenranoa Oompanj ol N > y .
Hume Inauranea Company of New York. Boston Marine insurant > i
ton. Mush., and American Steam Moiler Insurance Company ol N| * \
Capital ReaweasMsted, over ??> ;o,ooo, ooo P?p?I ted ? it ii Stats Ta?au ii la i i,u,.,| ,,.
no -.'?,_lti.ii.l-. hl.Vi.llllll._
GREAT RED1 < I M >N
in 1 in; pru i - ?
w, ha\c the largest and neat compleu BLANK BOOR , ^
bouse in this cltj lng, in 1 ai ' '?
ll DOERS, jot 'RN A I.s. CASH, 11 \x. Kial ORD, BANI BOOKS
IfBMORANDl M BOOKS in endleu 'rel ruling , a?
chants, Manufactui ? ?
ILstetter-C 'opviiio iBooks,
WADE Ol WHITE, Bl PF, \NI? PARI HMBN1 PAP1
Our reductions in prices of all these goods are such thal if would 1.
using them t,, purchase un abundant sup]
Bm _ I '> I J Ma01 si,,,.
HAY. GRAIN, AM) Mill PEED
KW PEED STORE.
WALTER J. TODD.
itt North Sixth Btreol
I bake pleasure In announcing to my friends
,111,1 thc public i*encrali) thal [have openedu
I Ki; l? STORE al Sa 126 NORTH SIXTH
STREET, n i 1RCLAV; thal I aili keep eon
stout Iv on handa full lineol Brat cia
such aa li \U'l> ll a V. BHI ? KS, STU \W,
ftc., ftc; GRAIN, MILL -III F8 mid CHICK
i;.\ I BED
1 h ?pe by strict attention to bush
m. i it your patronage, and reapectl ull
the -ame. Orders by telej noni \
? ir otherwiae will receive prompt al
wai.I BR .1. TODD.
I nm now. unloading a lol il < 'Hi d' 'E
LIED CLO\ BB ll \ V, to which I
dairymen, lt you wran! [nothing real
? onie and look nt it.
Mn. \ I ? ? With me, and will !??
I LORIS i 8
UN r TOLER,
(cor. I'urk avenue and Laurel ats. Phoi
?.. ki:.- ni
? .. I -. BAS
short ? ?
prom] '? 'I ja l tf
\ ' ,.\V FLORAL STORI
" Km!.mond, Va.
Baskets, Bouquets, and Funeral I ??
tastefully arranged al -hort notice. Row
md < ul blower- a specialty.
JOHN LA 11Mb
noli :;in Floi
I fERMANN BCHMIDT,
IMPORTEB A $ D DE ILBR IB
Fine Family Groceries,
Delicacies, Winos, Liquors, Cigars,
&C, &c, tic,
BOO Mini HOS BRO \ 1> ST., < OIL 1 11 lil.
Kn h iiMin.I. \
/ [ i UMSDEN & BOIN
SI a Fl mm \k i..:- SN " .;!.o BLLBBS,
! h 'irv, Diamonds, Sterling
and Bj ?
? Lion to Bepa
Ja 5 mi.tu ly
T [ALL'S IMPROVED < LEANING
I I CREAM
For suit by
j. .i. M i:.V. Rei
ai ." hann, H. 0 i ?
H. Blair, I, li. I ii ?
H. M. Bhi< ld a - A. ll. Bo
lb ll. M. H ii. w. Latimcr,
J. b. Bevei < ;iri > Mo
U it c..ii
ic . it m.ci at rea ?
mo - Html. Ted
. I\ '
J. J. Bl 'i I. \ H LAUD' ?
8T( LMORI Bl tBLBS, 195 N. Uti Bl.
? ? ? i .
? (JIU RA ' 0LL1
1 HOBOl 0HL1 TAI OHT
.y men of whV Dej aa I
now Lem/ formed. Shorthand
. mad tOSUldl
For tera:-, etc.. address McOilvra College
?f Telegraphy and Basxthand, Ooddla iii Ll
loroer sneventh aaa! Hank Mmi?, itu hm..nd.
^'u. j art 1 .kV Ki ly
PUK SPRING TERM OF THE BE8*
I alon lsse-7of the VIRGINIA AOHICUL
rn RAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGS
vin commence on MONDAY, Javcahy :.'4,
sB7. Tuition free. Board Hom fs inf'.* par
aontb, and nil other expenses .it c >-u
.'lhere is a thorough bus! ncaa course In con
icction with thc Aw Icultural, Mechanical.and
.iterary features of tins InatltuUon.
Students received at any time.
For circular and lufonnation address
L. L. LOMAX. 1'rtsulent,
e4 lawlwSa UUckaburg. Va.
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