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FINANCE AND COMMERCE
THE C 1. os ISO Q ITO T A TI ONS 0 F
<a Bari aga ?ixl Ssiea st tha li in. monti lo
bseeo lnii?ii|? liii.in.i li. ...iiur
(niiniiiiia lnrfUn AdvWea.
vi.'V YORK, Nov. tl The opening of
the aio?k market was irregular, soma
Ot the active Inane* ahowii.a adv a
while others scored looses The Irregu?
larity wan the result of heavy a.-llmK
for l?nd..ri ?? i mint, due lo run.
that thara will be ol Govern
m*nt l-ar,.i?. at thia time, W Sile 'he sslea
for thia aocounl wars .omparativeiy
heavy, fooling up rullv 15,0011 theres "f ra*
rioua adK ka. tin- offerings were well taken,
snd before ll O'Clock tbe whole Hat waa
*r.n t>ie h Ivan ?? OM* rici. Sugar lee
the Hal, rising 2\ to lev^ on heavy trad?
ing : pal buying was by a Broad?
way bon.-, credited -*.nb ins:
tiona 11 the Grangi rs, ? '?
fenn i,ids.ni and Manhattan w < i >?
all l - si a higher range. Tnle
rise Indicated profit-taking, and the early
faina v..r. generall) loal Atehlson waa
rartlciiLnly we ik. being intinenced 0}
he report ?f Kxp. rt Little. The at
merit*, ao far aa th*- earning caps if
ot the system la concerned, were I
earn. cent, on * *
r . i--.i Tl a set url ties of
i calned pllshtly after ISC
, ,.f th.- r<-i">" Manhattan
I iola flown fr.-rn in**, to IOU"*,
, . foi the S-pt-mlur quarter waa
, ' ir shows thst ipeny
cent, for thi quarter,
against I Vi p. r cent, In l**'''t and 1 7?I per
Lat.-r in trie da) Ihe room
ih arrayed on
l?.?r r id- "f tiie ii ' uni dte
li'l'ildatlona by an
, ? bis rlae In Kuaar,
end irom. i ,'iv the Lent- began to m
? .rt lines, Aa a reault.
thangi of '< "? '''- P"
'? li In tin Pill, live list,
I^Jie sh..i. fell ", rmted Mates Conl
a . red i lo Hi). nletro*
MMi .- i- Jiway
, ? ..... .,cd
filsht r Tl . aali - of ll
f . .... i f.T '?? ? unllsti -I. i j."..o,?i
M'.i. - cit las!
loan al i per ci ni an?' offered
si 1 ? ?
, ? Rterllnn
?t.'lrr ? i il dial huslnesa
In -ix f.
for lem i
ajk-.-!, I Ht*"
I ? . . ' RH
rer at thi -tat tin sw
Treasur* tin, l7S,7Ha,nnf)
Currency, se..' HO'.i-m
I i - a 'H gi ?<: a i i' ins
i-i.,. mg Bids
lAni'-m an Colton Gil '>'.
American Holton Oil prefern I 7.'.'/n?.
A merli an Kugal
Arm ? i -. in,' ri"s. pr. f d
Am. rleai Walli
Amen, an Tol. prefei i . 10b
Atehlson, Topeka and Santa I
Baltimore ann" < ihlo HU
i.i. I . Psi lill . 03
i ?>hlo 104
Chi V ll"' ll-*
t nh ? MM
I "bl. BgO ' las Tl UBI "'? ?
I?elawar. ! ? IHH%
platfilen I .
Baal Ten neal < e, V>i. ami < ll
i Tenn . Vu ? i ' Ia prefei ri I.. Il
i ? u .
Erle preferred . ?>'?.?
I.cm . I i ? .... BO-b,
llilnolM Central . 'C.,
Lake Brit . i":v?
laake Ki tr snd Wealern preferred.... "'-';ti
lMVf Bhon . VAK
Louis*,m.- ..I, ! . ;>:.\
Louisville, Ni ?? '? Iban) A ? 'hlcago.. 7
le i . ion1.
Memphis mid ' hat lesion. I"
Michigan I'.-nlrnl . li?|
Bt, Loins.... lid
i in ll
1 'nit.-d f isles Cot dage pn fal red .. IHJ .
Vorh hu i-id 'I'.'1,
J iox and Western preferred. -.'i
' .... -1' 4
I 'a v i ll i ? p re fe rr < I .. 1 s > 4
I ? tern preferred . ll.'.
i If! Mail . 23-A
' I Polnl iv v.
Bl. Paul . 12'" t
i and Iron lill,
Ti i ? foal and Iron To
Texas Paoli im .
mil ? 1 ?
v\ abash i
i i .
ll i .
Alni . I" ,
. 11" i
I ' * . HU
a i' u. Un . I . OB
. 1 -;' .
. . New Set I
?"'. - i ? i ? ? i i. si,
i i n i If. -
i in-? - ipon. nu
..-I ii Rail wa) ;
M IRK BIT
' '?:'.- I liv el ?_-", I
nii'H.I'^ ll K'l ?'K M AUK Vf
HM' i\l' VA., N " 12, l?M.
? nut les. I A.k-,1
I -' : . .
? i . na; ."??.?
. I _'7 _
1 Ft........ HM-n
I ll., HUI HM
? monti City Pi VB BO
A an i C guai In. ll - lt \\ . pr.
i i \ i-i ." i..j
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VV. N. C. Isl ' I
a;i inls and t harlotts
i .. ll
.nli ..i Virginia !;???..
K. T Co common. lon |.j
a T ?'.' preferred. i??7 nu
QUAIN IND COT HANUE.
RICH MOND, I I . NUn !- LEN
I iff-; , ? i
(wJiii. .t inala "in (mixed), OOO
Pus' i ma' huahel*
ll I -n (white),
'v heal I ongm try, ".'.c. to
'??> 'I red !..
rn White. Virginia n.air lota, new).
No .' xxhif*. :.*.,-. io .VJ.- ;
N . " >??
Osta Sn 2
. Winter. .'
Rye IO ?'?
THK COTTON MARKET!
SKV7 YORK, Nov ls ''"(ion .lull:
* '? *_T_*l 7>l'1lcaiK. IS l&
i . . |osed stead dee. 1.1 ..mat bales;
? - ji i?e ' ? January,
. ,, , :'.. Ma.rch, Mfi; April,
-. m , June, ". B6 July, B ll
, receipt?, 7ifi ba lea: aroaa
ta VJifis bales: exports lo G
i Hi bale*: France I .Mn bales;
Continent, .Vtft balea; forwarded i.v.i
balea salea. .'..Vt balea; aplnnera. l.'?S bolea;
*??? s '.'.'KV.-, hales.
? lay Net reeelpta, SH.1M1 bales;
esports to Great Hritaln, ?.<WI balea;
france, i.v*) hales; rnntlnent. eVKtf bales;
sti-i-K. i,u*'.ii,iia halse
Total since Meptemlier lat Set r<- eipia,
2.741.4M hales; exports lo Crest Brimin.
71aV*2gl hale*; Prance, VI NM liales; con
tinam, rt.'7.7.'.2 huies.
N'KW ORLBANg Nor. VJ. Cotton fu?
tures nearly; sales, 87, SOO bales: Novem?
ber, i.ftj; December, 1.92: January. 4.3*7;
February, -'""J. March. .'."7, April. B.12;
May, ...ih, .Kme. n.'JB; duly. .,'-*'.?; August.
LIV BR POOL, Noe v: vj :??" iv M.
Cotton i|iili-t and prices ranier: American
nildcWriir. :i l-.'tt; aal?-s, x/a** hale*; Ameri?
can. 7.'av> halef. apei-iilaTlon ami export,
l.iaai hale*: r,-c, ij.ta. riri.lsVi bales. Ameri?
can. "I.Mai t.Hle- Futures opf-neil et^a'ly
at Ki,- decline and demand fmr; Ameri?
can middling, lr,** middling clause, De?
cca,her and Janunrv. 'J M-i'.V''-' V,-?4; .Ian
nary and F.hrnarv. .' '.''. mir: M* '?? Feb
niHiv and Marc, j '.- r.vr: x-M. Mar h
hM'l At>ril. 9 mm Ajvrll and May, 2 uT-i'l
'ol (71 Ul Mav arel .lune. ?' iW-fl-lfiT; Juna
ead Joly, H4B) 2-64; Joly and Anirusf,
:. 2-fllaVl MM Futures steady. Tenders.
aVM) 1?s1i-m new dockets.
4 Iv M American mlddlinir, fair.
?J ft-fd; l*ood rnlildllni?. ,'t ?42; middling.
2 r-.i---.-_? low mlddlinir. ^ 18-10; sro'.d oral.
nary, V 11-lfl; ordinary, 9 17-''.'.!; Novem?
ber. 2 54-44 buyers; November and !>.?
cern ber 2 IM-04 buyers December and
January, 2 M-04?2 v,.i'k January and
february, ': IJ6-04; FVbntary ard March
2 r.r-04492 '."-'ii; March and April *-? ?'?'> fM;
April aii,i Mav, 2 <'.l-.'.t. May and .Ii."!*,
W June ind Julj. :.''K: 2 ni Fu?
tures closed stood1/
NI "' V"KK KIUHHVK MAHKKT.
IV Vi -KK, Nov. 12 IT'-tir QUlol BOd
held higher, willi checking demand; win?
ter wheat, K,w grane*. *KliO?'*\!W; f.Tr
to fan .. c. paSn ? .. | ati-nt, .-j..;.,/:; 1";
Minni ota i leai. .*_' lOit'J 1.1; pan nt,
?'?: low extras, $1 taruJ..Vi, Simile in
Hour 'inlet arid linn; common to fair
-J I' i" .,(,] to choice, $.lT(*ii
Wheat quiet Hnd firm; No. 2 red, store
iiinl i levaior, afloat, TAI rli
1 Options - ?? and excited,
with orlces advancing 1',/!%... dei lining
-i realising, and . loslni
firm si %/tl'Afi over Saturday's close;
N'.i. 'j rd ? i.,<ie.i November, fiK%< . Janu?
ary, .Vi . Man h. RI: - , Ms j, il
rom fairly active ami Armer; No, 2
vs,'., elevator; f^tr#%c afloat. Op!
dull and firm I .. ?.,,,,? ? . No
veniher. ,'.iV,; I'ciemi.ei, .'-'.'v.; January
. more ai live end firmer . lotions
quiet; November, '?'?'?? . TJecember, 8.11V*.;
May. .'(.I'..." S; ,.| V,, '.? :;?.",',?'? ; Xo.
: white, '!7c : mixed western, :;::>/:.
w hite do.. Vt
Hay foil firm; rhlpplns;,
, good t',
\\',...l qulei end steady; domestic fleece,
iT'.rjjc.* pulled, r.""''t.
Beef dull: family. $10<*vft12.00; extra
*'- '-? If* '." ' ? ' hams quiel at
ll i '??. Mer,, i ' ef ill; city extra, Ii Ila
r*r,,??-, iii ur cm meats qulei ead
tuui; pickled bellies, 17.00; shoulders,
"? ii; ?... hue . ks :-../'
Lard quiet and higher; western steam,
%" 7"., November closed nt 17.80; January,
<7 7n. nominal Refined nulet; Continent,
South American, fR.50; compound,
? " r.1 7.1.
K'.rk OUlel and sfef./lv; mes?, |tft.S0#J
1! '.*>; extra prime nominal
Kniter feirlv active and firmer: State
dalry, IM i u ry, lOflttl1 ,?? oreel
loiry, tiTii'-.; creamery, Vilest.<?.:
Potion seed oil Prm: crude. 2KV.
Pet role.i - ly. Refined New Tock,
I I lladelphla. *". lo. da. lu hulk.
Roein qulei snd steady; strained: eon.
mon t.> sr-i"d vi :;:,TK4/i.
Turpentine dull and steady at 2&402OC
Ki.e moderately active; domestic, fair
to extra, ii Japan, IV' i'1*.'
M laeeot ' nominal f ew fir
loans o|?n ketti.', eood to rhoh-r. mod?
erately active and steady al 27C I
.?,,fr..e Options steady at S4?1fl polnta
uti November. g13.70<fpl3 7.1; December,
ti * riv.ii/i:.. March Ill.HOgpil.iiO; May.
sn Q(b911 m. Spot Rio dull: No. 7. *ir,V>
Sue-;.i Raw dull rind steady Reflni I
ictlve and (Inn: off A. :t 1 l.liwrtUc.;
standard V 1 !!M'irlU.,-.: cr-iahed, iH'.i
:, i m, afanul ited i 'li ct |t .
Freights to Liverpool firm and quiet:
i., a., ii - ? otton, r.-.lv'd.; groin, I y
? teamer, Sd , nominal.
CHICAOO. HT... Nov. 12. -The hulls hud
the Deot "f tm argument in wheal to?
day, aad q iii with ?"?*? ? tacked on the
price. Foreign and domestic Hewn favoi
,1 buyers. In connection with vNtmi. the
particularly confldenl sentiment which
was oromlnent rendered weakness almost
Impossible. Thc trodi gove ? iridence ol
broadening, the buylaf bj commlaelon
houses, with H. V. Coater rn Co., Lanison
,\ Co., and Broeeeou leading, Indi
eating that the outside were taking aa
Interest, and timi orders were coming
from ti"- Bael und Weal and from local
.|. tai.ns lither iii nit- were likewise
, *. .'? and iii some Instances prominent,
iii.Ti wheal was strong asd !ejc. per
Corn The wheal market attracted too
mu, n attention m allow of anything 11?*-.*
.nt, rest heine, taken in corn. Local ope
i dors were th.- traders In the grain, und
th.y .nd but little. The difference be?
tween the currenl month and the far-off
deliveries w (dened some, the pi,. i ? ti
ol an Improvement in receipts during
-I., la i ball hour of the month, Inducing
selling of November, whilst the strength
..f wheat produced a firmer feeling in
m,\ The Government report of Satur
which sin,wed an Increase of 78,
Hi'i,r*m bushels in the estimated yield,
vas nol mentioned May corn op
al -Vic.. s..ld between llfftc, and BO' c.,
i losing a* , ? i' over Baturd .-.
corn was firm and al.,.nt *,. poi
Oats A Kain over Saturday of '-c. WOS
in ad,- iii oats to day, the strength In
,t and a ? 'iii'.iKH. bushels
a the visible supply stimulating the mur?
ial Th' t no outside news .ind
nothing of a feature tri the trade.
nats le ni
un adv,nice of ' ?.?. i? i bushel over Satur
Provialons lind un*.. ? othlng
ill.ular. The packers, led hy Ar
, mir and Cugohy, were ilolng the buying
?at!?. ail, ? whl h thi shorts d.ne i ll
pi nienl to cover, one or two of the
il','ill t,i a 'vance
freely, The full ad
\ an,,- ,\ iis nut held, owing t,i lin- will
of tbe early buyers t" realise M
lal 'iv pork had declined 22* ?
' ?? thi 'ill had a
' , its rredll Joi
lard .'.,^.,i '.'.k- over Saturday and Janu
ii v ni -. 2 :' -? higher than I
Si \ ??!,.! . r . M's ,'.l; .
I I ,!,,!' .
Mo*, . :?:.", litiis.
.mber . W . vi's.
mber . ? , rio
mix : . -.".i
.. in uar y . - * . f ? _
. I.''T . 13.00
lory . 7 it .
Mai ... Ti.'. 7 .--.'j
ian i; .*.*?
No, 'J red,
v., -? on tu,
"ii. 1.1 ((* ? i .1.7.1;
K M.IT.M.'KKV .Ml ?
;..;... do f un.!;.. fi k*4>2 Un h inter
i pate it Fi ?>????'? *"
?"'. -sprinj- ,.; ,V.;
do. straight, *.*i 1u3a.il.
Wheat sirorujf; No. - red spot aad No
rn tinner; inlwd snot, ." ,
r.iits steady bul di i
. i .:i v. 'j mixed
i,'.: i Tr,.,,.
Hmotl j ?; -
held . -' Sovi ni
tlini at ".'i
Ballimore ai .
, thi-d inc.ines. '.n.. ('onaolld .i,'i
CINCINNATI Flour toge,
rr, fancy. ?-????; spring patent, .<.! k.
wheal Offerlngi icet firm
Con. steady ami demand fair' mw
?. ac.; No. ;i .?: ? ? ? n< w
Arm; No 'J mixed. Wc."; 8iimple
Mill feed eteady
.it?? "i-Tr*"'1 ln.i'.^!), ????ka4; M.
*1J .1 clear mesa. |1.'J.7.',; faniilv 1121b
clear family. ?l.i 75. ??"'">. "JJiTO,
Hird atrong; stearn lesf. H7..V); kettle
dri'd. *7 ?"J'*.; prime steam, *i.l".
Hry salted meats simm-: ?houldera.
$f?..V>; short rib aides, I*!..''.?1'.; short c|par
aid'-s. M.SJ21 . ?' 'X'-d meeta Wc. more.
KT. LOUIS, MO.. Nov. 12.-Klour firm
and higher. patent. li:*<ri'0. extra
fancy. |2.2nt32.:si; fancy. <2.nnfB2.lO:
|] ?*f| I -J '
oj lower; lieecmber. .'IV'.; May,
Corn hlirher, December. IWIVV.; May,
rc.i- hlgtier; May, 32tyc
fork -laniard mesa selling at *?i:v-?i
Ij.rd ITime steam. 57.1.*.; choice. $7 J."..
Dry Halted Meats Shoulders. t:,fi~o,.
rll-s. IA8214; shorts.
i ? '.f Loxed shoulders. Si',,: longs.
|7.W>: clear nh-. Ufo, shorts, J7.7...
High wines brm at ILSi
WILMINGTON. N. C., Nov. 12 -P.osln
firm: strained. 07'*/*.; good strained,
SnIrita turpentine firm at 2-V. bid.
Tar steady at tvs,.
Crude turpentine steadv; hard, $1.10;
soft, |t,60; virgin. fl.7u.
LIVE STOCK MAPKKT.
RICHMOND, VA.. N-.v. 12. MM
Cattk ie rrfpta, HOj sales, B60,
Kheep and Lamb Receipts, 500; sales,
Rog* Recslpta 850; Balsa, Bat
I.Cattle?Bi to 4',c. gross;
rn-dinn. lo gross; com?
rie.ti I., fair, 2c. to 2",<-. Krona, bulls, 2c.
to 2*4c. gross.
Sheep?2V4c. to.''.',-, gross.
Lam Ls '.. I., lc. gross.
I!" ?? :. ,. to ?
Prospects fair for next week.
CHICAGO LIVE aTPOCK MARKET.
UNION STOCK TARDA ill. Nor.
12. Cettle Receipts, 21,000; marker weah
.mon I., astra steers, I2.?CI
''?;;' ? and feeders. &00S3.iY>;
cowa Hill bulla, $1.00*8.1..VI; calves. 12.508
Hos ls, 45,000; market strong;
heavy, $4..W&4.ko; common to choice
mixed. ii.ifa9i.1Ti liiii'.. assorted, 10.00
?0.70; light, l4.a*rfM.(Vi: pigs, ?2..VstJ>4..1a
Sheep Receipts, 25,0110 market steady
for gool to choice and other gradea weak:
Inferior to choice, >i.-_'.Vr,:; -.-.-,; lambs, 12.00
HALT1.MORL SWINK MAUKKT.
BALTIMORE, MD., Nov. VI. -Swine
with Increaaed recetpta, the market wag
I al last freak's Brun receipts,
15,261 head; ipiotatlons, *l.7".'/?". 20.
RICHMOND, va., Hom, 12, UH
No '.ffi rings of tobaccos at auction on
i bange to-day
I'rivate aalea reported to the secretary
of tin Richmond Tobacco Trade to-day:
Killers, .1 hogsheads: cutters. IS: smok?
ers. 8; ii .1 idarki, ;;. Total. BO boga
Tha tobacco Inspectoi reports to-day:
Inspect lona Bright, I hogshead; dark,
yu BOgsheads. Relnspectlona Lriglit, Ml
bonehead!. dark, lo hogahe -
.Myers', i rensbaw'fl, Neala, Davenport's,
Allegheny, Shelbume's, Bbockoe, and Sea?
brook's tobacco warehouses report to
day: Receipts 23 packages; dellvertee, BS
i ini'd stat.s Internal revenue roiiee
tlons for tba i Ity of Richmond, \'a.. rn
dav: Cigar* and cigarettes, M.KTJ.00; ping
|2 ns , no, Total, |0.01? 20,
Very |.i breaks ai all "f the loose
tobacco warehouses for to-morroa Plrsi
sale at Shelburne'i warehouse.
Our Mi L. C, Morton, who h.,is Just re
turned froth a visit to thi i ibacco mar?
keta of Eastern North Carolina, savs
"1 found thal prices of wrappers ne
hlsjier Han l iinvi- M-n them for n long
time, and the crop, as far ai I ? ould Bee
lt, waa much Inferior to my expectations;
vv rapper ?, ? specially s ir ?
Messrs. Eugene Christian ami Phil, h
liitnisim appeared before the boai i ol
managers "f the Richmond Toba. co Trade
to dav In the lhtercsl of the "Cotton Bl
International FCxpoeltlon," which la to ba
i-id at Atlanta, Ga., Bepferabei istli lo
December 20. I00B These gentlemen
claim, as fl most unique feature ot the
proposed Exposition, a buddina de
exclusively to a tobin ? ??? exhibit, a thing
never- befoi ? ai tempted, sud the) m.
Richmond tobacconists nol to fall to
avail themselves of nm-n s gr. it oppoi
tunity to in ike ? creditable display of
everything thal Richmond turns out,
' 'iii in tin- manufacture and the handling
of manufactured tobaccoa, such as I
\. a meeting of tobacco manufacturers
will be held nt the Richmond Tobacco
Exchange al 12 M. to morrow (Tueaday),
November 18, ivi. and (here win doubt*
lass be i lin-, attendance,
The Petersburg Record Of Saturday. No
vend.cr i". r-'.M. says:
The following will show tbe movement
of tobacco luting the paai week al the
various warehouaea: Farmers Ii
tiona, 20; recelnts, 20; loose. 28.070. Oat
lions, 10; receipts, BO; loose, P.fliiO
Moore's Receipts, 7. loose, 34.750, Cen*
i re inept ctl as. 2 Wei t Hill In
tiona, ip I" me. i;."s-, Total Inspections,
52; receipts, ?'-".: loose, 74,405,
The total inspections from Hie fat Of
October, IWM, to November Otb, .v.c.; Bama
lime last year, Bfi2
Registered nt Hie Tobacco Exchange
Io day; .lames H. Mason, Pluvanna; Ferd,
Scbwenck, Rocky Mount: P. H. Hal al
and Eugene Christian, Atlanta Ga
M \LLNK INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC. Nov. in, ISM
Sun sets.I ?"'?'
Moon risi's.???-'?" I'- M.
! lav's length.lOh.lOm
Evening . I ;^
.', ,;;t OP W EST POINT, Nov! \i. i- 1
Steamship Charlotte, Nickle, Baltimore,
Steamship F irfax, Haren, Baltimore,
niters and general ca
.ni-'.ip Guyandotte, walker, Nsw
v. uru | ? .md general cargo.
gteemahlp Charlotte, Nickle, Baltimore,
Steamship Fairfax, March, Boston via
rs and gener .1 i
titi unship Ouyandotte Walker. New
York via Newport Nowa and Nor! Ik,
ind i n> i ii cargo
ma i ii -.
vv RIGHT Wad, at Lee 1'amp Soldiers'
November 12, Ism. Veteran
CAMEL i l> RIGHT, Com|
i iitv Ural rei Im ni VIrginl i Infantry, or
ty, v a ; aged seven I j
..1 al Holli WOO ? THIS . '
DAi ii ck M., Rev. Dr. M. D.
LL' K ll \M Dil ly, llth in?
stant, 7.io \. M., si tl i,.r the
Shk. Rev THOMAS MOORE HECK*
ll \.vl. In tbe sixtieth year of his
[ntei i ? . Hie, \ a. ?
- I, Bl Hu
ii. Ml I ?' I KT, i
Waltei ii Mettei I
1 T HIS
PERNi " IN ai io loch ?
.-..aaa^a-' - ? ^-.aa?aaaiaaaaa^?a,^^,^^^
Oeek ol j rai et,
tbe in- i,, ;ij|
the "i ' ? 'ni latlons
cl ni "i of this cit) ?
e, and Mr. Jack Blaki
In hour later the meeting for yoong
k place in the id.racv an | rea!
vf- WI nam C. 1 ?
R J. Willingham, iv ) ?
- ,, . i i. , ,nt|o .....
wh. ii Mr. W T. I ft. '-.'i.l.I .i. li cered au
ln.**tn: ? ll
it i l . place thia
? ? ' clock. There will ts
? | latereetlai
\ BSMll Avali'ninen'.
j. R ?-? and wife
- - -a Bevan*
i Pranklin and i Irsc ?
i I ..f aealgnrdenl in tne
tin- I'hancery r.uirt
ij afternoon, naming William Wilson
us trna;, c. i'le (lab)
Th, prill.-pal preferred creditors ure Ham.
.i be, of tl ?.. -Ji, and a
lelphla firm :or $k\a\
(' t? i ircmi i in rt
Li the case of thc trustees of Rivi r
View West End I'.aptlst church against
nlng .v Hose, the Jury yesterday
gave a Verdict for the plaintiff for $172.5i>,
with Interest from l>ecember 6, 1S92.
Mr. E. F. DeWitt continues quite sick
at his rooms at the Exchange Hotel.
COTTON CHUT ESTIMATES.
R BP' > R t Tin TaTIELE WOULD REA CH
I MM MIUUOM BA IE* BMMTEkX
Mr. Bi.epprra.ui. lbs stsilallelan. of Kaw
lo, k. Argana i list Mr- W Ila Ka Ima'..
la By far Too l.ibrral.
(TK\KKi:sT.i>.. 1, C.. Wow, & Wi I,
a vi.-w to llnding mil Just how mn, h
credit wo* to be given to Ihe recently
published statement of the present
crop of M,gM*as1 bwlen. and to put before
Its rea.lers a trustwuriliy and Intelligent
statement of the cottou situation at th-;
pi--- Ot linn ui, 1 ' '.airier ap
pn-'i to .Mr. Alfi-d B. rihei person, of
New York, the well-known cotton sta?
tistician, and boa roooteod the following
very lucid and soUafaOtOTy reply:
Noa i .rk, .November 8, Viii.
Cotton hos de< lined again to-day. Chiefly,
1 uoderotood, upoo ? crop estimate yam
Issued by Mr. Neill, of New on-ans, that
the crop will be over lO.WO.UUO of bales.
l h- ? i"P i- iin-i-'ul tedl? ?? large ut,., I, it
I confess that I um unable to rn
baals for such a Urge estimate i
largest crop ever urown in this country
wan that wnnh WM pla *0. Tba
yield of that crop was probably
ll that SeOOOn was
1,674,000, and the dlfferonce between ti.is
ana -i. q, ,,t.tit- which I hovi Ki..ii aa the
pr.Kal. 1- yield w.t.s marketed in the f"l
i.n nu evidence whatever to
thai the acreage "f "-he crop now treing
marketed w.ir. aa*/ larger than that ot
the crop of lKw-iil, nor ls there any evi
to my mind at H?;,.-1. that the
? been mor, foi r?
able thia roof thoa io iwi. 1 am at a
?...,., io understand t.> sroat
ne reasonably Ot*
trlbuted s yi.-ld so much in excess of the
ter i rop of I
KO (IBtATEB A' Kt*Oe THA* IS 1?Q0.
The acreage In UN waa about MlAWa.WM
cQjj i go pol think any OBO hal
claimed ur will claim ihat it was any?
more this real The i?-|irtment of
Agrtcuture hat been making, since Feb?
ruary let, s careful Investigation of the
employed ? < spe lal agent fur the put
[.,i,' a>] .< lied thruiiKh the South
and han Investigated the maier, as 1
cm told, in the mool thm- ima manner
possible, The ? Uni Secretory >?f Ami
culture wrote mi on October Bib that
"i waa that
the a. i. age In ll ' ? acres.
i.en bul n email
a- i, age thia v ai orof UN, tao I '??
jut I m nt of Agriculture '? illii.K the in
. iciv.- leos than 1 per cent., eu thal Itu
acreage <-f the cn p coaling in, according
to the iVv^efnartmeol eatttraate, is about
? ncrea. I. ?' us asajume thal the
l '? i sriiii. nt : eatlm u< d it somo
\.. bat, and tbs th< aci ? ?-? is as much
i.n gi,000,000 ai. i ii"-. ?? rou **'ii s".-,
i i sen m than in l*ai, and yt
Bohed to i" Ueve thal upon on
acreage of 500,000 acree leos than in UN
a crop <>f a nillll",i I*ile* more has boen
grown. I am not prepared P> ac.-ept
?sij. Ki a conclusion because lt ls utterly
repugiaaot t<> reason ead ? ?.??itiiuii oense.
Al thc-, low prices- ot anything like
them, the tendency will be tu lavgelir ln?
rreose ??-.,,, n ..r ?? ttnn evi rywhi re,
and there aili evidently be upon toe pan
'.f spinners s general disposition to i>uy
Of thi lr want-- foi
? 11,, sc prlcea they
? an w? ii afford h>carry In the mill v.,-re?
idy nf COttOa Into the?
il xl ii aeon.
ni.i siiitiTiox raaolOTOD xr.XT YEAH.
Then 'in i ? no ojueotl rn that uoleea
the pri'> -,i ai ? ron .ly by th..
tune for plootlni the neal crop that the
screoge devoted l.Moo will be n lu. :
tu an extent thal it never Im.s l>?-.-n en?
tailed before from one scar to another.
So greol a reduction in acreage would
, .iuv. . h, \ ?nd dont,!, an advoj
and rapid a.s tbe d< ' boen,
When preponttione w re tnode for
planting this rep middling cotton waa
worth eight c.-n(s in New V.,i U, and
should tiarc h. a great reduction "f
soreage tM- np ri nw it will !??? "rory likely
tu go iu eight con's -in.un soon after the
next crop fa planted, end tii.- world hos
recognised the tact beyood dispute that
ttie acreage has been, ami coooeoueotly
tin- supply of cotton viii be greatly re?
l ?ymtmthltu deeply wi'h Um Southern
j, opie booauoe of the i reg! di i
Which hos overtaken their staple crop,
and fruin the milliner in which COttOQ
is being rushed to morkol it looks to mo
na If, wh.-n the advance In cot vu romeo,
it will not benefit the planters, bees ??
ria i aili hov. ? dd all ?.f their crop, aad
thal the spinners and apocula! irs ilona
?v iii reap he bei . Ivance.
Yours very truly,
(Signed ' ! ii' ,; siikkkkksi i.v.
KB Ll Kl Ot THK POOB.
Contracts Awarded fan tba i ernlshiog oi
PtwetoaaajtS lor Meal i I.i-i >l..i.H,?
Thi ' "i ti, Pool
i eld its qu irterly n ? ?? Ung et 11?. , i.
urt evening ? 7 o'i lot h
- ere present Met) rs. McDow. li
in im, Bloke, Brock, Don Leavy, fer?
rlter, K-. \ ? B
A communication was i celved from
l?r. I>. UV. Moseley, stating that his time
1. nger act as pl i t!?..- poor.
His d i
Al the HUKgeatlon of Dr. Tr.\ lilian.
llesi ? iton, ? .1 mr of
Spring and Kin- streets, were elected aa
[?rarma ir,, poor
Mr. lion Ken'. \ moved to rei omi
the *' um i ? it a fifth dispensary for
ihe i.i I- ? district ol
which id to I ed to 1 he ti i rita \
c.-' ol Map!'- -? touth "f the
v..ik River railroad track, end also on
additional ,i - for tbe poor for
the Vi. st tit ,i '"he mattel WOO I
Mr. ki..kc ? he full com?
mittee ii ? Tui -;
daj. No> end P M. t<> re?
ceive the repoi of tl bcon mittee,
and aloa immlttee appointed
to . oneldi i
a new building foi
ni the i io. Tnis
The usual number nf billa fur the pe *
month wen dd, sraount
, fi'.i''"' for the oin
Th- ri pori of Sm ? ' .'art.r
fur the m. riih of ' ii t..t" r wa i
ic, elvi : n worn , and '
ored men, ll
women total t" During the
-allie | dig"
i child ;c colored men, ii wo
men 9 chll i ? i to**1- :;4- During th ?
month ,'!"1" ""'"?
a *' tobi ? , -__.
..,..,. ? Ived from Messi -?.
ci, riei ? ''? sfi -
? for tbe
PU. w.t. given
Younger, flour and hei
linn rlrt and vinegar. K .' ',
ind soap was
i U1 - tooti I.-pe-.Hun.
'.1 Ml,-' P"l".'-" ?* ' W1'n 'I"'
. ii, larte numbers. The
noon ^ .,,.., ,?? .
\'?i booth was won bj .lim. Edie
'""' ,, -^,; wesl K'-.inklin street
i-'.'u'c! -I'tc! an In
...tlon to vlnit ti ?:. t,,-nixht.
The foilowmg an ,1s used by
pi, . .^^^^^^^^^
I un, ! ' to ll
? rs rare ?
,in steak: cut into dice two medium
,7,,l raw potatoes; put Into a ehilln/
,ji?h ine arant t i?*!eapoonf .il of oil
u'hen sni"klii^-,".t edd ooo teaspoonful
; ped nnlonn When this ls brown
ai?,j half teaspoonful of paprika and the
rot-.fr>; stir into this hnlf pb*.* of brown
sain-e; cover and cook for ten minutes.
Barbee?... Ham Put one slice of ham
In the t hafln?r-dlsh; add half teaspoonful
French mustard, one teaspoonful of vine?
gar, a little pepper. Heat well on both
sides; dust llfc'htlv with powdered sugar,
add four tablespoonfuls of sherry, brine
to hollins: po'ri;. and serve on a heatci
dish. Hamish with .ress and small but?
ton radishes; cal to resemble flowers.
Pevfied Almonds Blanch one rup of
almonds: cul th.-m Into stripes. Brown
one tablespoonful of butter In the chaflns
'Hs'i: add to this the almonds: brown
veil; tVn ndd one eherkln cut fine, one
tahlesrKvnnf.il Wr>r.-e?f-.r.l.tre sauce, and
one finely-chon-)ax,i truffle. Serve from
tl- ?? c'-nfln?.,|i,>1
Ovatrr Sante-W->?h and wipe drv about
one dosen nice, plump oysters. Dip Into
melts I butter and then in flour Brown
or ? tablespoonful of butter in the chafing
dish, add the ovsters. brown on one side,
turn an 1 brown on the other. Heat anl
strain one cup of oyster liquor; add this
to the oysters In the cha/Tng-llsh. When
ready to serve add two tablespoonfuls
or sherry. SVrve In a crouton made as
follows: Take a losf of at ale bread, re?
move cruets, rm dither boat-shane or
sn na re. mnke a cavity In centre, frs- In
smolclng-hot fat until a delicate brown.
Ft MM) AMMA MisiomcAL boc j kit.
New MgarAsSS ft.lecta.tt _ I.>-..l ntlona la
.Memory of Mr. Mr'.ulra.
The monthly meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Virginia Historical
><>? lety was held in the BodSty'fl uuiiiiiiik
707 east Franklin street, on Saturday
evening last. Mr. Joseph Bryan, presi?
dent of the society, was called to the
chair. The members of the committee
preses! were Messrs. Palmer, Richard
son, Bruce. Drooka Munford, Valentine
. Oainea, Traylor and Tyler.
The following annual members were
'' ','i '?"U '* , r?S I'h,,stun. Louis?
ville, Ky.: Josiah Flournoy, Ocala. Fi,
Mrs. Jame* a. French, San Antonia;
T*x.; II. Clajr Vvhltmy, Hampton. Va,
Mrs. S. A. Oreen, Ln hmond. Va.; Mrs
Pendleton Bowler, Har Harbor
, "" ^JH*.hew- u' r'lournoy. Norborne,
Mo; frailer Morton, Rn-hmonl. Vs.; Mi?s
Rosalie O. Plournoy, Llnneas, Mo.; M
L. Akora. Richmond, Va.; Thomas Lp
?nnr, J ? i ,-.. Va.; william B. Flour?
noy, Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. IL K Deals, of Flemington, N. J.,
waa ci- ted a life member
The corresponding secretary reported
the gift and reception of a larire numtier
of books and pamphlets since the last
? i "f the committee, including
Browning's "Americans of R..yal De?
scent." Hon .1. L. M. i'un y's "The
South," and the reprint of the first vol?
ume of the William and Mary Quarterly
Magentas. Re also reported the Bales sf
separate numbera of tba matrazine dur?
ing the previous month, amounting to
The treasurer presented his report,
sh'-wlto- a balah.e in hank t.. the credtl
of the toi li ' i'ier paymenl of expenses
to date of MAXIM.
Tin- chairman. In a very feeling man?
ner, announced tho death, sine,, ihe last
m. clink', of Mr. F*rank IL McGuire, a
member of the committee, sni i-aid a
lilah tribute to his teal .ni behalf of
the "..i.tv. iin motion a committee of
.nsistlng of i>r. Winiam p, Palm?
er, Pr. B. w Gram and Mr. R. H.
Haines, were appointed lo draw up ap?
propriate resolutions In memory of Mr.
McGuire, to bs presented at the next
ineetliiK of the commit f'??-.
Mi- H'. O. Stanard was elected to lill
the vacanci on the executive committee
toned Iv the death of Mr McGuire.
Mr. Alexander Brown. Of Norwood, Va .
author of the "ijenesls of the Halted
St-.i..-.' waa elected honorary member of
rr.Rsox.il. axn BMMMMAA*.
In . -WBtJa*| F?cU Ali..ut If" tun.....fa OMI.
Zf>o- timi Oilier Hallora.
\lr afid Mrs D. J. Quinn ure at home
after ? noi tbei n tour.
Mr. Stafford M. White ls sick with
typhoid fever, at Mo, 111 north Marris
v T Abernathy, Of 7II cast Franklin
? who has been ni far ?oms Unas, is
Mr. Marion L. Hawson, chairman of
Hi.- city Democratic Committee, is visit*
Mr J. 1-: ECggera, of MS south Tine
has been iii with typhoid fever.
ll- la .-till . "Illili. I IO lils room.
Mr. Richard Curtie, -if Lexington, Ky.,
tli ? great driver of Pas Nelson
and other rraal borsea, ls visitii!? friends
in tins city.
lion w. R. Mi Kenney, congn
...m th- petersburg district, and
Hon. Merrill Cooks, of Norfolk, sTSTS SI
rh- Capitol vesterday.
Tin- Misses Williams will be at borne.
, evening from I to I o'clock, in
honor of their gueat, Mira Beary, of
Cards sra out for the ntarrlaga of Miss
Vmella Otella 1 e kle to Mr. Jami
:.,l Brauer, Tueaday evening, November
loth, si :? o'.lo.k. al Fairmount Methodist
I al church.
Abraham B erg. a Bus san, waa ar*
dav -ii a i barga of steal?
ing a pallon of whisky from Abraham
Mlll.-r. Th.- .-ase will .nine ap in th.
Police Court to-day.
Th** Orand Lodg-*. Sexennial League
convenes In Hie city of Washington
Thursday, November SM. Virginia Lodge,
No. 55, of ihis city, aili ba represented
by Mr. C. J. Johnson; alternate, J. I.
Tin- regular .semi-monthly meeting of
the Academy ot Medicine nnd Surgery
-vv 111 be hi I i al the V M. C. A Hall to?
night i" k. Dr. Winn will bad
the aubject of discussion, which will
..f tbs spine Symptoms
.lintice John's Court.
Robert Cai r snd Mellis Btlva lb
oi,- ii were brought befi Crutch
ing ...n the cha - | dlsturb
, ,. |n fohn Shaughnes) ? har-.-oom.
Mollie was ii,ed IS an I I id an ut
r-,. lum ?' ''ar>'. wno
failed ta appear.
.1 hn ibu. i-f and Jerry Johnson (both
Iher. Th- former was discharged
ind the lattei rim I
v.iih I- iplclous chan ter, and
with stealing two bags of ..ats and two
: in-ii from M. B. Taylor ?** Son.
. sent on to the grand jury.
Lavinia Holmes tcolored! waa charged
with stealing tl from A T. Moore. The
... but I-;* vlnla was
ior thirty days in default
dlas Jones (i olorad) was
i . tlf wbh ? 1 to aell
lui terd iv- morn In**.
: til November
rder to find the owner of i
The aa ne made In the
c.,.f William Godfrey, tn win
found a I et for
lol rged with
stealing a gun from Junina Powlkei His
with iM-inte iii link, resist*
' !fl -i Thi ." i? while In th
of hia .int-. ? i .rrj lng two
I The hrsi *MiurKe auain-t
him ?? ' ? td 1* and
I seal to i-'i' far ninety dara
f-r being drunk, and ass sent "t, to th.
ri the other ta.. cha
r wen ....
for being drink; Svlvia Lu. as iroloredi.
i Smith (colored),
???<.rared) were .ah tined tH-M
Lissie Walters. *:, .ir,.;
.Marv .Jan.- Strang i I Devson, t" ""
1 ts each t"i the Bama offer
Stsnley Lober waa sent to jail f.,r StXty
Law nil lulu-'* (.'.irirt.
In the Law and K , rt yesterday
i Ige VI n tl
? asl ' >.,r--..
D \\ ..-hart &. Co i verdict for
In the case of IL C. Hudson against the
Richmond Locomotive and Machine
Winks the evidence was fully bearii s-d
ih<- . ase was then al aimed until to-day
A suit was Instituted by John B. Bchene
? Thomas Rutherford; action of
debt for fda.
j,e?. -.. .. P, .1 ii ? n- i.re'iire*.
Rev. Sam I*. Jones will deliver two fec
tarea la thia city at the Academy of
Music on December 10th ami 11th. On the
tlrst night his subject will be. "(let There
and Ht ny There.? while tho next nbrht h.*
will lecture on "Thc World As It Is and
Ubi World As It Ought To Be."
B t oil orr Lip.
Maranda l'rice and t'mma Foster had a
misunderstanding in Brophys alley j,*.*.
ter.-uy morning. During the sirlfe Ma?
randa blt off Kmma'a lower Hp. The
ambulance and the police were sum?
moned. The doctor sewed up the wound
ond the poll.-e locked Maranda up In the
ROMANCE OF GEN. CLAY.
KENTUCKY'S FAMOFS WARRIOR TO
WEl> HIS IV TEA R.ol.U WA RP.
Not Knowe Wh.-n ,. .|,? Usn Ians Csrs
minr Hes Yet Hess Celebrated? s>.
c?ntr.c ie His koiliuds.
RICHMOND. KY.. New. l.? -When his
Old friends Sjiit the public generally learn?
ed yesterday that Oeneral Cassius Mer
cellu* Cloy, elg'hty-four years t
known here and abroad as "the old war
horse of ante-bellum days.'' had ?e. en?-! i
license, and was perhaps already mar?
ried to a fifteen-year-old girl, who had
bern his ward, they were surprised be?
There has been the greatest curiosity
to ascertain whether the illy I
couple haw be-en really stol lied
but the Oeneral has long lived ia solitude
ai hts country seat, at White - ali >:.
the Madison-county forest, ten miles -.ruin
Richmond, and lt ia la thia spot where
the honeymoon is to be passaf.. Thi* place
U all but Inaccessible, for the old gentle?
man, long a prey to his own eccentric fan?
cies, has maintained an arrmd guard
around the White Hall, to protect him
from persons who. he has believed, nought
his life, and the country ls so lonely mar
no one has boen able t<> aocertaln the
? truth of the stories n-w atloat.
K.-sides this, no one h*re. the nearest
point to White Hall, ls Witling now (>> take
a trip to General nay's home, which
could not be reached until tha shade* Ot
night hail fallen. There is Bot B maa lo
itity who would care to disturb
the General at night.
M ru tue J. Cloy, lila son. told me last
ninht that lils father was not yet married,
and neither the County Judge ti"r any ot
the magistrate- will perform the ? ? aft -
I HlH : I rSABS HIM.
Oeneral Clay has come to he ' pafg 1
In his extreme obi age so a desperate
man. Ho hus killed three men m his
time, and ovary body who knows him ls
afraid of him. There will be a descent
up"n him to-morrow by daylight, and
then lt may lie ascertalni-d whether this
May and December wedding baa n ally oc?
curred, 00 ls ."Urrently helles ed In i'?
ll .line out yesterday that loneral
(Tay hod visited this plaice BeAurdaj and
secured g license to marry Mi--< Cora
Rlcn u ritson, his ftfaOOB-yeor old wail. She
hiis for two years been an Inmate of h's
Kindly. The general left his wifo sev?
eral yearn a-,o. Mrs. Ki.-hards,m WM
killed two years ago hy h ra I lr* si I tram
mar White Hall, sud th.- General took
her daughter to bin home and adopted
her. H<> hos -inc provided her with the
means t.iii,- a line education for i
young girl, but nobody ever Imagined that
Im had any Intention of Snail) making
her hi* wife,
('ora's only relatlv s aro (wi brothers
and it is understood ih-v hove gil lt
th.-ir cones ni io the narrate. The girl
ls a brunette, wt'h the attroctli
of a healthy country giri, i.ut wi thom
Kreat Im- i
General ('lay dr*v<- toto Richmond with
a neighbor, Henry C. Magner, who signed
tic marriage bond with him. is tbe Ken?
tucky law requires Count) Iud
nanlt v. red to perform the mar
i lace , > i ? . nj bul oas ill \ .eterdey
and .lld not ?0 IO White Hall, and lt ls
not known whether General Cloy secured
another nuunrtragi or not.
Oeneral I'nssiu* M .'lav has been -i
nuted ii; ire for mon) yean In this coun?
try, aa a lesrislator statesman and latterly
aa mi ? ora. lei rn ho hod I iken
h mistrust of lits fellowmen, and woe
miserable over mythical ptota to ead in*
hf... ii- has figured In many duel- 11
? stative of Colonel William l *s
Goodloe, to whom he presented tbe dirk
With whlh ' lonel t'.uu'lloc killel Colonel
?nope, in the Lexington poet-office The
. ?,.,,.h. i be une on exp ri In the use ? r
ii , wi u under tl"' instruction if bia
a ? 1 turor.
SUM, HAt.K IND HKABTY.
I'll muli BO old UM Oeneral r. tallis his
physical health and activity toa remark?
able degree, anil ts still a hard worker
. ?! in , estate, si here be has I
since Ki-^ ronremeol from publi life in
raising thoron ut I ri d sb. ep Hm la
w -ii lt hy.
H.- is a tv i . al -.cithern man, and i.
either loved or hoted all ov< i Kentuckj.
li- ls a sun of the famous Indian fighter
and early aettler, Qanerol Ureen L'loy,
au i waa t'.'i n In Ki mucky on * ictobi r
19, Utile ll- waa graduated from Yale In
IIB. It was wilie lu- waa a student at
Val- thal be heard William Lloyd Garri?
son dell*. -1 ODS I lent uni I
I I.'IV erv addi >" ... - lt I , il; % el te. I I tl- VU li ll'-,'
man. and he beam- au als.Iii loni I li
was gifii"! with line eloquence himself,
t td- - on '.his subjei i which he
, xpounded in Mh native State al a tinto
?,\ hen to de luke his life lu
his hands made him it the same niue ai,
object of tha love, fear and hatred of the
various people of * nc
? .1 clay was ele. te t t" thi
?'i-ky Legislature In 1H3 ind v
i.-r of ' be ? invention tl il nomlnati d
(leneral William Henry Harrison for
When he a ira tn ran f<i>- the ... rtTa'iire
fi. ni a Lexington di uriel in I'M ?? boa -
, ver, his exti ? were
lae "f defeat. He wi
tu de. lat- himself an abolitionist, ll
never knew fi old fi lends hove
-ail bim) bia iwn ? mduct all
through life has emull a.I He
kill. I .hr.? rn-n ind all b n fatally
I a fourth i.i duels trowing out Os
pi reonal or politbal quarrels,
LAC.iHK.ll Al A 1.1 Till
While b- wa editing an abolitionist
paper In Lexington, In the W -, thi
threatem I to
llshmenl ami tc hon bini rho < leneral
laughed ->t them.
in his own memoirs he tells of tbs re
ception h.- bad prepared for them ,i the
men rn bo bat- <i tum h ul no! ?.n ..
? arrj oul their l bi eal .'!? rrote;
"I selected for m. oil build
Iron ti prevent ll being burned. I pur
four-pdunder ? ennon at
citicini il teed thi m, load ?
shot and nails, on ?? rabi- breast niKh,
liad fold red wil ?' , bain
v. in.Ti could , he mob and give
play lo u. n. I furnished m)
with ifexli an I.. , Imited num
ber of guns 1 bi rs wots six i ; eight , ? i
^.,iis win, stood reedy t" defend mo. ll
l they wc , by a trap
door tO th- roof. 1 had PaOOOd a OOg Ol
powder and a match which I could Bet
? IT and Mon Up the office and ail m>
'I bis 1 should most Cl I
hoi - done In
Gereral i Ila u w.n
He supported Lin. oin in U-'o and s
pointed M isier to Rus?
sia, wh ' , uv in
ska from I.
Benton, Upon bis
h in Lo .
Republican, | r,r the .
of Greeley In i*Tj and then In l?7? l
a I lem x rat an i - ip -,i ted -'- muel
Tilden, ii- swung around again
. ? ? ?
i.-i t In :?
las lived its oiintry
in pei would
than ill :?
?ll pr "ioi il .ned, with ?
i i air and mu
Worn,'., Christ log 1?-in-iafion.
The i-oar i ,.f weeegoi oiea*g
Christian \--,>- ition mei Monday at ll
0 , !,., k, ?? tbs V H. C. \ .
In the chair. More than thirty
d it.- roll-call. Aftei
?omiiilt'e.s wi lt, thi
iu.ilp. w- aging.
meal.- to the delegates to the r,
Convention reported the nmounl
upwards or 1-"" This WgS all the nore
- :,e thc treoeury was naiver
?o low as hum. There are thirty-three
- lr ih" ho
Th- board Will have dirhVulties ahead
n carr- im: on the work. The l
rarten repori* twenty-seven thei
sTih the hop- of the help from the king's
1 laughters, the weak may he ?nlario-d
rhe i-duition In the oomaal from the
'?tv c,?ir..?)! mil (he loss of tba
moally donated makes the winier out
The Sunday M-hool shows a steady In?
crease of twenty-four enrolled scholars.
Ther ar- Nut Harried.
The rumor which was rife upon the
streets yesterday that a prominent young
business man of this t-tt>
married a member of the Mack
Company tn Norfolk last Munday, has
proven to be without foundation, tn an
interview with the geOtleOUKI lost
lng he derliid the statement, as did the
r.i --nii'-r of K1- corni i to s-hora lt
wan reported lie was marrii-d. The lady
ls the leader of the Bowery ballet, and
ie quite a clever OaUAcvr.
THE DAVID OP THE PEOPLE.
h Slays Giant Disease lilli els
I'eclari* They Hst* Bern farad Moe**
TliuiMlav, th- xth Instant, and a
Doubt Hu idroiN flore Hard Bee
Made Hell by the I se of His Kerne*
dit*? Who Hart* Nol Reported.
Mon lay was u record-breakf-r tn the
sale of Mi-nyon's Remedies at the retail
store.-, tn Hi. hmon.l. Several of our lead
Inn drug-flats wen- visited, and wimont
exception they all declared that
during their whole business experience
ih.y hud riex.r seen medicinal prepsru
tiona my ix ind thal s*.ld so rapidly aa
Munyon'a, aid agreed that this enormous
demand could only ba treated by the
wonderful curative powers of these Rem
Almost every person pui chasing
relates hov*, sonic friend has been cured
In a few hours, or else, nevin-* bel a oared
themselves, they deidre to send lb* medl
clne te soma friend far away, who they
know to ba suffering.
A hali' hour anent In any drug store
wtn-re thees little pellets aro sold will
convince tne most skeptical that I'rofea
sor Minnon has, Indeed, discovered a
new m 'tins! in treating, disease which will
i ure '.m; per cent, of the people who use
In not one single instance, did the re
porter bear anything but tha highest
lualse f ir these Remedies, and he waa
told by the pharmacist a thal In almost
every .??iso where the cares bsd failed to
give relief lt had rx >n pr..von that the
w nun; remedy bad been taken tbrunah,
th" Ignorance of the persons as lo what
disease be was siifferlnn from* From
f.i.ts gathered lt seems thal Munyon'a
promise to reduce the death rate In
Richmond Ul per cont. In four weeks will
I.- more (han r -ali/..-il. If you ar* suffef
liii* with am disease whatever you can
make no mistake in giving these Puree a
trial, as the) cost bul if"'., and are per
fee tl j Caution: A eerials drug.
Inn asked if ho kept Munyon'a
Remedies, replied, "Yes. a few. Inn don't
sell them If I cnn help lt. I have a urge
stock "f "thor Hoiiaoepothlc modi. Inca "ti
h uni. and while this advertising is going
on purpose io pu.sn them on to people
who call f.?r Munyon'a whenever I can."
We wish t.> say right bare thal life and
it.- aartoua aubjects and He greet*
??st crime man can bs guilt) of is to de?
ceive and nitlc with human .iffllctlona.
Sn. Ii ii per SMI ls unworthy of your con?
fider!., in any particular whatever. Re?
wa re Of th" man vv ho fells you that theae
ur.- pi-ii aa goori, for there ara no rema
dies nude thal le Munyon'a in
foi mm.i ir -ir." i
Ml i vt*.;is\t < BUBB*
Ifunyou'a Rheumatism Curs is guaran
tsed i" cure rheumatism rn any pan of
? I"- body. \. m.- or mus ular rheuma?
tism can be . mci m from one to tire
divs lt speed ll} .nus shooting paine.
1 imb i.-.'? and till rh.-umatfc
pains in th, buck, hips .ind loins. It
m fails tu give relief after oas
or two doses, and almost Invariably eurea
I-. fore "in- bottle has been used. *
STOMACH AM' nvsi'r.fsH I I'll-..
Munyon'a Stomach snd Dyspesala Lure
enies all forins of tndlKi'Si ion ami slotn
a li troubles, such us rising of food, dla
iii-i eating, shortness of breath
and. of 1 h.- heall, c,i uaed by
Indigestion, wind on the stomach, bad
taate, offenatvs breath, loss "i appetite,
felntnesa or weakness ol stomach, bests*
.c he from indigestion, Borenore ol tbs
si nuneri, coated ongue, heartburn, shout
lng pams of tile stomach, conx'.lputlon,
ll .-a .- - taint ne - an I tai li ol . n< rg*..
Munyon'a Nerve Cure cures ail the
?ymptomfl of nervous eihaufltlon, au h
as depressed ap tri ts, fdilure ol riwrnorjr,
restleaa and i?let pleas nights, pains in tin
I., el i-.l J issi ness li cures gansi -I
debility, atimulates and strengthens th*
nerves and tones ap tba abels body.
ri ice .'? ? '-ni.-.
Munyon'B Kldne) Curs eurea j.alua In
the back, loins' or groins, from kidney
. dropsy ul fin- (set and limbs,
fri luenl doa tee watar, dark asl*
orsa atni turbid urins, aedlmeat in the
urine and dtabi
i.i- io t tata
. xtsBBM it;hi.
irrh Poid lively I'ured.?Are you will*
to i" a il GC cents r >r a ours that
cats ri h by i amos inn Hi ?
. i is- ot I ' lt so. ask your
ii ? .' ni bottle < ( Munvoii's
. i i. cent b il tie of
Catarrh l blel Pbs cate rh curs will
erotlli . n'ln the system and
tabbita win cleanse aaa heal tb*
afflicted pan; and restore them to a
tl and ii- aiihf.il condition,
Livel < "u e i a re-is headache,
biliousness, laundlce, constipation and
all Uv i i
. | , ;l. I lt. ri fl few hours.
Runyon's Cough 'ure stops coughs,
nlghl sweats, sllaj i Borensfla and speedily
Munyon'a Pernell Remedies are a boon
tO all vv.linen.
Munyon'a Headache ("ure stops head
u,',,. in ih,. ? mlnutea
im. Ointment positively eurea
Bil I .rms Of piles.
Munyon'a Asthma Cure ls guaranteed
to relieve asthma In three minutes ami
Mn. el .di. ates all Im
Mun tilzer imparte new life,
f . WI ak and deblll
r ited men. Price ll
Munyon'a Homeopathic I'emedy Com
?i. i f..r aeaiiy i-very dla
sj coats a bottle.
Sold l.v ill druggists,
x,! iress ill conimunlcatlona to Munyon'a
n ii R. Co Lavington it itel,
CAUTION S.e thal Ike name ls spell*.'
With a "V "
Real merit is tas eaarestaraMts ol
H "i . Sarsaparilla, and it la manifested
.very day in thi remarkable >.ures thii
rn-li'lh" accomplishes Hood's Harsspa
rlila 1* the kind. Try lt.
Hood's LU.a act easily, yet promptlj
iently, on- the liver and bowel*
Parties having money to lend can fln<
Hmo real estate notea. with
est, by applying to ua
'. ?'!?: Tit UMNO ' "MPANY.
Hubher's lO-ceal Lunch the best la
. n ? it Hroad atreet.
$50for$!.00and $1.00 per Week
$75 for $1.^.0 and $1.50 per Week.
$100 tor $2.00 and $2.00 per Week.
R U Married?
Lu* .NOT WHY HEHITATE, WHEN
rOU CAN FURNISH YOUR HOUSB
LROM TOP TO BOTTOM AT 1UCH A
CHAM UHR HI 1TB. In Oak. from IS up.
H1NINO SLITS, SIDEBOARDS. EX?
TENSION TABLES, and CHAIRS to
match, at all prices.
PARLOR SUITS, In Rugs. Plush, and
Brocstelle. from $*) to HOS.
STOVES-RANOES-every ona guaran?
teed good bakers.
Come, see for yourselves what we caa
do for you.
Broad Street Credit Hone.