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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - March 3, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                IXCIJT it Courthuunc by in Weekly12 H o 6 i u Served by Cwrlcw to tlictr the ity 15 ccuu yet payable Kutwd the 1oEtOfflw M LY THE V1RGINIAPROTECTJONAGAIN Wilkinsons We from the tjlat in formal meeting of the Commercial League was held in Rich mond 011 Wednesday kiasoti was present iaiid iii reply to lions put to replied iu substance follows Yriie jbeeu jnas good a slate as men Of common keep such an It out more than half a niUlion had never contested a claim unless there was to his mind evident In regard to claim company made of having of plaid he said that when it was issued were given and calls made oh it ffomtinie lo time of 10 This stock was not intended to pay as a guar antee on the part of the only avail able in case of their Did not know whether it was now worth anything The directors of the are those named in the last number of the The last meeting whichthey held was in a year A meeting Was called in but therewas no quorum No resignation had been be cause there was no meeting held at which it could be Sonic ot them had sent in j All moneys had been T appropriated as except in litigated all of werenow in court Did not re member the name of Assessments have been made in accord ance with the terms of the policy within1 ninety days of proof of and paid over until A short time since their losses were so1 heavy that the Board deemed it best not to assess for full amount due as itwould have thceffcct of but in January last it was thought advisable to clean upvall claims and for ifull amount No case had ever beeji postponed without consent of TBOUBLESOjrB In order to got rid of a fel low from Ohio he had within the last days settled a claim which he held from his own private In regard to the Chinn had been settled in He belonged Commercial In regard to pickinsons he was in the general and all that Civaspaidin onthe i j v Assessments wereniade outbythe clerks fjom priDof He was in when the last was made oil The funds were kept in thcNational BanKof in Ills own name and subject to his The Board of Di given full authority for that In regard to the nieutioued ing on he staled that this was a pet scheme ofttiiSj anclhe had expended a good deal of from his private funds to keep it going and save When the League had nearly or quite approached he expected an and that the income would equal Agen cies hadbeen established in Tennessee ami South and the members a r had therefore old to report a and he would pay it out of hifprivate funds if it did not comb He had continued to do this until competition Jiad dwindled membership too low The system is a his judgr ment the best system and if were re organized and thje put in younger hands heicould see reason why it should not Yesterdays Report or the Examining The Officers Charged With Gross Looseness and Neglect in the Busi The President Charges the Polr icy Holders With chairman of the com mittee appointed by the meeting yesterday to examine into the condition of the com pany presented the iolldtving report To ike PolicyHollers of the Virginia Mv iunl Protedion Association The undersigned having been appointed a committee by a portion of the policy holders of this represented in person or by at a held in this hall on the 1st instant to examine into the affairs of the said Association beg leave to submit the following report The stock ledger shows the following persons to be owners of stock in the As sociation at the time of its in1874 TVTTT Thompson 000 John George Gil Kichard Wilkin James The of cash actually paid on this stock appears from the secretarys books to be The funds of the As sociation were deposited iu the National Bank of and subject to the in dividual check of The last regular or official meeting of the Board of Directors was held in record book containing the this meeting will show who constituicd Ihc Board of Directors at that A SURPLUS THAT WAS NOT A The surplus of reported by the President and sent out to the policy holders with the January did as he represent the real plus on the actual surplus being only This variance was ex plained to your by the Presi the being advanced by tlicPresidentout of his own pocket for tho ostensible purpose of removing any apprehension which might arise in the mind of any policyholder by the meagre exhibit of the actual surplus on The President stated to committee that he had on hand a fund of aris ing from an assessment to pay the death loss on of New Kent which had not been disposed All claims for losses against the except such as arc iu up to the January as were reported to your committee as having been or sat The liabilities of the Association in the matter of death as reported in the January amounts to the sum of Of the 900 policies alleged to be in force up to the January Wilkinson all but fortyfive have lapsed by failure of the policy holders to pay the The amount of cash from those who did pay this last assessment was Adding this amount to the actual surplus and not keeping into consideration Hie due the New Kent it elves na the present cash surplus on hand the sumV MARCH LRICE THREE The books of the as far as your comiiiittee arc able to examine show that dividends to the amount of were declaredon worth of credited by his respective proportion on tho amount of stock held by As far as your committee from the lights before them Uie following statements rep resent the present assets of the Associa tion i Represented by stock less Iho div idtiul equal iu amount to the 00 Cosh surplus on iiimd 72 Notes for the dividends declared were executed by the and consti tute so to part of the assets of your amounting 10 Thesc notes are in the custody of ihe officers of theAssociation at this The President in response to sundry questions by the committee involving the management of Ihe Associa gave such vague comparatively unsatisfactory answers that your comrnitteedo not think they would give any information to this and con sequently are not more than merely adver ted to in this The rights of policyholders who did not glad the aid of these pay the January assessments is a matter tobe decided by the and your com mittee do not to be a part of their duty tocxpress an opinion on this matter in their AND committee cannot too higiilv condemn the nesslike and negligent manner in which the affairs of Association have been conducted organization in and while any they this withgut opinion as to the loose manner which has seemed to characterizethe cond of the lion sinceits especially du ring fiveior Your in justice to it to be that the data from which IhisiTCpprt is made was extracted irom thePresident by specific andpointed qiieslions and from such an examination of the books of the Associa tion as your committee could make in the very limited lime at their KespBctfulIy i TJ 00 Negotiable note ou account dividends 00 Admitted 72 Collected on January Carrniglon said that he was iiie would IfokTout false hopes to policy was un willing to let it go out to world that a gentleman who had al ways borne unimpeachable had commifted a fraud He was unwilling put ii any from a casual of the cTaimed to re ply to He saidtfiatlie was more surprised in lie heard certain sen tences in the report where the com him with giving vague and answers to iis he never life tried be more and childlike rep lying all Interrogatories The with one or two were very polite One gentleman swore in his a thing no man had ever done before iu his and he felt that he would beeri justified in leaving the He to explain the principles of lhev institution1 but their prejudiced minds prevented their com they simply chose lhe latter rather than risk the if he be and we must apply the birds of a feather will flock it would pic ture him as a proper 1 wider of such u since only fortytwo paid out of and hencchehad gathered in Ms fold only this small of honest I think the charge a slandewuid as doiuir injus tice to and trust hewill with draw After Wilkinsons he had beenadvised Iho members could be made to pay at Carringloii replied If itbetrue that they are enabled to pay benefits for full member then you hare been guilty in the past of great and should be made liable for theigreat loss entailed on those who have collected often only suiall part of their just claims under this And as Wilkinson asserted capital stock was a guarantee for dis charge of and if his position as enforcing payment of assessments is cor1 then he admits a gross of duty and a consequent liability of the Whatever liability is to exist by neglect or default I shall pursue diligently my and will be DIDNT PAY 1US OWN Stubbs again came to the front with a book in his and addressing the said Notwithstanding the charge made by Wilkinson that the policyholders ought to have paid their as 1 find here holding up flic up Assessment Register that has not paid his ussesssments made for September November and January THE ASSOCIADOK NOT TO BE On motionof a com mittee of George H William Forbes and appointed to take into consideration the question of revir Thecommittee pre sented the following report The a committee appoint ed at a meeting of the policyholders of the NHrginia Protection Associa held atlhc oflice of the March to inquire and report whether it is advisable for the memDers or policyholders to continue their membership paying beg leave to report in judgment it is unwise for Ihe members of the Association to pay any further or other moneys into ihcsiiid SAMUEL WILLIAM JL WORK OF THE Several Pctfplc Oilicm Starv Many on NEW March Specials to the Iff raid from Helcnaand points ou river give the particulars of the disaster being caused by A Memphis dispatch says from Memphis to 40 miles to the there is nothing but one wide expanse of Trains on the Memphis and Little Rockrailroaii between Memphis and Madison have been discon tinued for nearly four cation between Memphis and Little Rock is kept up by steamboat down the Missis sippi to the mouth of the Francis which empties Mississippi ten miles thence up the Francis to where daily trains connect with steamers from that It is estimated that in Lee and Phillips are not less than fifteen negroes who are in a destitute awaiting the bounty of the Government to furnish them with the prehending He that the j necessaries of life and keep them from dy League was simply body of men united ing of Food for stock will be for mutual and it would have j as necessary as provisions for the human stood centuries if the policyholders for cattle and hogs are daily had promptly paid their assessments want of called upon so to All losses had March river did been promptly and all moneys colnot rise here today as was lected had been promptly i the was adecline froniyes ready lo meet any fterdayiof an The river began He asserted thattherawere no just claims toiiightjigain from A big against the Association that had not been break is reported in the just below He had labored to make the Asso1 which occurred yesterday cialion a and was more deeply and the people are panic strick interested in it lhan airy other Fournegroes and one while man Stubbs said was sur1 have been of prised at the statements of die Laconia arrived and is ne thQ committee no doubt more gotiating for a steamer lo remove stock Thecommitteedid not treat Wilkin nnfl people from that He son with any The gontleman says many negroes are Others feeding on the putrid carcases of o presence at once made The committee were swore ia Ms ample amazed at some of Wilkinsons an swers to questions and if the old gentle man had not been so feeblelast evening we would have pushed him still and wrung more from The policy drowned cattle and such game as can be Whole families are subsisling half a peck of meal per People in this section are offering milch cows twentyfive per as the poor beasls are dying from water holders never been nolified of the i The distress all along the river is unpar changc in the The water iu the Francis said that the stock had been transriver or sunk is rising an and a scratch cf a pen showed inch per if will put us to The business had been loosely and negligently and grossly arid the policyholders had A more flattering report could not have been made than the one made in January and sent out to the Stubbs look Ihc position that any who received money under false ini to thinking before the week lias rising The weather is clear and Reports from above say that very serious breaks have qccurrcdiat Boggett and Clarke which will put the northern part of Wash ington and the backhands of Isaqucraand pression was liable to ihcJaws of Ihc Sharkcy counties A mini Cant we criticize the action of Ihc offijber of people were drowned at Riverton ccrs without arousing their indignation 2 and there is considerable suffering and loss We say that he has committed blunders j of life at olhcr which would have justified the March gentleman here holders in not paying had the truth in refrom Mississippi in Ihc south gard to the condilion of the Associalion eastern part of Ihe that over been j half of that county is under and Prom the fact lhat President had that the farmers have lost nearly all of failed to make the assessments alter the their live grain and other death losahad been filed within ninety Much suffering cxisls throughout the sub and Ihercby had lulled the policymerged The track of the Iron holders into security by the negligence of j Mountain Kail way is afloat in some places the it is a legal question for the j and in orderto prevent it from being swept courts whether the stockholders arc not away long stakes have teen driven into responsible to the policyholders for mon ey they have paid in consequence of the gross misconduct not criminal of the President and thereby this company is now about tobe disorganized in conse the nonpayment of the January action of the If the policyhi had been honest men and paid llieir hon est claims this company would have been tknbbs If the policyholders had the ground on either The Equinoctial March A special to the from Dodd says The S whch SSted onsidrbl Many buildings and residences wore from their Tho Baptisl Church was completely demol ished and the twostory frame dwelling of Trove was Several mem A SLANDER OX THK Carrington said I mn pained and surprised at the insinuation or assertion of Wilkinson that the were dishonest or failed to meet honest who did not pay I deny there was any such but that tho contract conferred a benefit at death if they continued to pay or they for felted that benefit if they failed to and We without say thai Bulls Cough Syrup has given the best sold ai WALLACE HILTON Lock Dont delay too long Heckcrs Self liaising Buckwheat as the season will soon be LATEST FROM Closing Scenes ia tlio Trial of Sergeant QUEEN yjtCTORIA FIRED SHE ESCAPES WITHOUT JTHE GREAT WALKING AHEAD OF AhtlChineaa Excitement in Fatal Accident on the Baltimore Ohio The following sales were made loday 20 stock at 188 30 shares Atlanta and Charlotte ex at rotcrebcrg railroad tis class B at 93 20 nharcs Chesapeake auSOhlo railroad stock at 21 DO shares Norfolk and West em railroad stock at NEW March Stocks fairlr Exchange 485VJ 4S9KState bonds inactive and JFIIOM to Ihe There was a good deal of contusion in the House this owing the fact that a number of members were de manding the recognition of the Speaker but Aikcu declared his intention of objecting lo everything until order was Mr Harris of of the committee ou naval reported a bill authorizing the conslruclion of vessels of war for the Printed and recom from the committee 011 electionsreported a resolution dismis sing the contested eleclinu cnsc of Mc Dowell George from the Slate of Ore The Speaker laid before the House a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury trajasmiiting a letter from the director of the stating that from 1878 to the aver age monthly cost of silver bullion pur chased by the Treasury was and the average umouut of The morning hour having been dispens ed the at went into the committee ot the whole of Mas in the on the consular and diplomatic appropriation which appropriates less than was appropriated and less MrBurrows gave u briefexplanation of the various as sertinglhat the in drafting the measure had while not crip pling the diplomatic to strengthen the consular by which would be widened Mr1 Whitthorae made a capital speech on the foreign policy of the in which took occasion to compliment Elaine ou his foreign and con demn the Kasson subsequent ly denied that there had been in the foreign pulicy o the which he said lime would Hewitt read i snecch in which he de fended the democratic party from the charge that thuy never did to protecl Ihe rights of naturalized courage the saving life from Tho amendments consist of two sections of which provide a sion for the widows and of keepers and surfmeii who may lose their lives while in auu for tho of salaries tokecpcrs and members of crews during tho of sickness or disability resulting from wounds or disease contracted in the line of Placed oil Uie At the Benato took up the Chinese and Messrs Farley anc G rover spoko in favor of its The House yesterday passed the Indian bill a Tcryr totalaiuount ot appropria tion recommended in the bill was which is loss than tho csti and more the amount appropriated by the last The follow ing are the principal items contained in tho Forfulfilling treaty including pay of inspectors and inter and for re movali settlement and subsistence of va rious general incidental interest on trust fund v The Readjuslers of Alexandria are nol very well pleased at the selection of Meade as judge of the Corporation court of Most of them had signed petitions iu favor of an old resident and and iis one expressed it to mo it sticks in their crawV that their wishes disregarded their party and a stranger was given the position which they thought ought to bo by a or at least one wrho knows and is well known by the people of the town whose laws he is to I do not know thatthere is any special objection to other than fact that he has not until very a resident of and is still a stranger lo most of its The of providing for the com pulsory retirement of Officers of the Army have reached a certain was up for consideration before Iho House Committee on Military Affairs and Sherman and Hancock ap peared before the by invita to give Uicir views on tho subjcct The mailer was titlkcd over in an informal and bolh of Ihesc dis tinguished officers expressed themselves inlavorof compulsory but not as proposed in any of the pending They thought cases might arise where of ficers of high rank would be able to ren der valuable beyond tho period named for tbeir arid the appli cation of an arbitrary rule would result in serious injury lo Ihe They fav ored a graduated scale as lo rank anil but no definite plan was No conclusion was reached by the has telegraphed the War Department that the recent newspaper ac counts of outbreaks have been sen sational and and adds that there have been libraids from the Mexican Th House Committee on Foreign lations mot last night at Ihe residence of John heard M Phelps in advocacy of Ihe bill inlro duced in the House by of to incorporate Ihe Nicaraguan Maritime Ship Canal Vest yesterday introduced abill in the Senate to prohibit the issue of bank or currency by that may be organized orreorganized after Ihe first of He intimated that Ihe Finance Committee was opposed to such but he hoped they would port the bill either favorablyor unfavora The report of the Committee on Rules which was yesterday submitted to the House by Reed and ordered to be printed in Ihe so modifies Clause of Rule to provide that during the morning hour it shall be in order to andspoke in condemnation of the dilitory consider such bills as would otherwise go aud inefficient policy oi the presented or are already OH the House nprvnits which permits American citizens to languish in BiJtish prisons without trial or Orth re and branched out into Ihe old charges agaiusl the democratic party of being disloyal during the Kas son said as the war had been transferred from Ireland to he thought hos tilities had better In the subniitled resolutions of me board of di reclors of the Union of Philadel recommending the plan of Oliver Evans Woods for belter securing Ihi deliveryof dead boUi foreign and Ferry asked that they be as Ihe subject was Edmunds sis the paper be ing lengthy would unnecessarily encum ber the Ferry replied thai his object was lo attract public attention to the The paper was from Hue committee ou pa reported favorably tho bill to regu if tho committee in charge should If the Speaker does not complete the call of committees any he shall com mence Ihe next day where he left Clause 4 is amended so as to provide that the morning hour shall continue until the House determine to go lo other Other changes of minor importance are and Ihenlhcre is lo be added lo Rule Clause provides Before the morning hour it shall be in lo proceed consideration of unfinished business other than in the morning or on Speakers and the consideration of finished business shall be resumed when oMjusiness to which it be longs shall be in order under the Blackburg will submit a minority Poslmasler General Howe has delegated to the Third Assistant Postmaster General uuuiicalu at oiico with tho agents appointed by Governor so that Ihc desired relief may be given to tho sufferers by the flood without JJU1EF The President today nominated of as Minister to Chili also ol North to Consul at receipts today Internal THK TRIAL OF SVCHON tit the Court THK PRISONERS REMARKSTO TUB March was eleven oclock when Ihc Mason court martial as sembled the new faces seen in the court room was one of a far merlooking tnll and Vigorous of wih an irongray board and mous This was Major Israel Robin of late com mand ot the 78th Ojiio in which regiment Mason served during iho Major Robinson stated that ho had not received the telegraphic summons of the but had come upon a lellcr from Before the record was read the president of the court stated that it was iulended to if to get through wilh Ihe proceedings so far asito allow Uie olhcr of ficers to return to their the jucige advocate and himself here to ar range and slgnjbe nearly noon when the reading of Ihc record wag Tho presence of Major Robin son was then MASONS QOOI RECORD AS A AND IS After some discussion il was recordeu that the Major had heard Ihc statement of as to what he proposed to prove by Major Robinson read uud sub scribed to This statement was in effect as to Masons honorable service during and Ihe severewound In his shoulder he received at Mis in L MASON WANTS TO BE After some discussion as tothe methods of the said I would just like to say dozen alter Bigelow closes his if I have that privilege as a You have Bigelow said to represent you as your and you had better leave every thing lo 1 dont wish what I remarked to go on Iho record ill There can be nothing by tho pri soner that does not goon the said The judge advocate asked if the prisoner had no written statement to I can deliver all my statements from my mouth ssid the WHAT MASON RAID TO The prisoner then sat down and the court was During Ihc secret session Mason paced up and down iho adjoining room Toa reporter who asked him about his he said I will tell you it I want lo say I de sire to thank the court for u fair also my best and it this court wishes to send nut of the army dishonorably can only say it was for striking terror fright to Ihc heart of that cast eyebrowed assassin I have no I am at your WHEN THE COURT KEASHEMBLED the judge advocate again formally asked the prisoner he desired to make any statement to go on and plied in the The then iu that ciise lie could not be allowed lo make nay slalc said I will noMnake any The prisoner was then asked ns to whether he had any more and replied none at THE AJKGUMENT FOR THE The judge advocate having waived his Bigelow read his argument for the referring to the punish ment already received by Ihc He proceeded argue from upon the impossibility of Ihe bullet harming from Ihc as sumption he was lying on his He claimed lhat Guiteaus various state ments as to his standing near his cell win dow were made for the ulterior purpose ol feeding his vainglory claim to be d ireclly under the protection of It was he that the bullet was aimed at the and not at When the person who was the object of an assault was of any dan March Victoria was today shot at as she waseutcring her car on her arrival at r Tho man who made had been tho evidently Tvaitingjfpr to carry out a Siaupi assassination on whichhe seemed Assbon as the Queen made her appearance he took deliberate aim and firetl Che ball missed its mat lcu and the was is miserable looking Js belieyed to be dis ii the authority to sign warrants for Ihe payj ger fronl act the law did not ment of monej from the treasury to meet the expenses of Ihc poslal This is in accordance wilh the provision f act of Congress recently lo relieve j beyond Ihe reach of a bullel from I the Postmaster General of lhat prisoners he argued that the A in that there was an intent lo The as sault must be likely to endanger In Guileau was found to be The number of Indian Agents is reduced oJFercd a resolution direct ing the Postmaster General to transmit a statement giving the amount expended during the fiscal year ending June expenses of the Indian which was advocated by Scales and and opposed by Willetls and There was no executive session of the i r t 1 ao iiw for special facilities lor fast inails because Hoars list of railroad companies receiving h Chinese question occupied same and Ihc nmount pajd lo each i the time of the Senate unlil Ihc usual hour for But for Ibis the nomi nalions of Conkliug and Sargent Uie addilional service furnished by each if and 10 what cslenl the service has been expedited a dc lailed statement of conlracls made for special fast mail facililics during thcpres ent fiscal year to the amount to be paid to each railroad and the character of the addilional service to be performed by each Vance offered a resolution reciting that the cost of collecting the internal rev enue in the sixth collection district of North Carolina is nearly 00 per cent great er than that of any other disirict in the United States that many and serious charges against the oflicials arc openly made in the newspapers and and arc generally believed providing for the appointment by tho President of Senate of a committee of three to investi position tendered bargenV will gate the charges and with also be confirmed this evening as Minis power lo compel tlic attendance of witj ter to The receipts at the Treasury from cus Sherman regarded Ihc resolution as toms and internal revenue have for several and in the nature an months averaged more than a million of executive supposed it referred j dollars a The disbursements also interposed self and The specifica tion in the alleging infruc lion of military rules was subject o insu perable It assumed that he had actually upon duty at the It did hot allege that such firing done by order of the prisoners supe rior On the it was shown by the evidence that he had not yet gone on duty as a He thought the pris would have been as they will j oner was especially entitled to kind con undoubtedly be confirmed whenever aclion j He was charged wilh the is crime of attempting to kill the assassin of There was a rumor today that the Prssident and in chief of Conkling had arrived in the and Lad j the army of the United The crime an Die and there j he was guilty of if he was guilty of is good authority for the statement that was the outgrowth of the assassins own such is the He has been in consullai He referred to Masons excellent tion with the President The Senrecord as i and in closing thanked ate is in executive session this the court for the fairness it had and without confirm Bigelow had the floor about half an nation before There arc and was followed by the judge ad not half a dozen Senators who arc not opivocale who summed up Iho evi posing Whatever may I do after his he has noT up to this time eilhcr accepted or rejected the THE JUDGE ADVOCATES SUMMING The judtrc advocate quoted Watermans Digest in opposition to the claim lhat ina bility to perform the act relieved the ac cused of the charge of attempt to CLOSED He finished his argument at and the court was immediately The his counsel and the re to a matter pending in executive average more than a million a For porters waited on the grass Ihe 1 10 and before the committee on Re February the were as fol would not object to calling on the Trcasuj lows On account of civil and miscclane i f AO ry department Cor but he ccr tainly objected to a recital about which f 1 the Senate could know ft 1 The malter was laid over under the oh But this does not j include the payments on the interest and from the committee on principal of the reported wilh amendj The Secretary of War yesterday issued the House bill to promote Uie cfli instructions to the officers in charge of the ciency of the lifesaving service and to en commissary depot at New Orleans to corn court was so particular about having its room private that the office of the com missury sergeant adjoining closed and the orderly was instructed to Uvop ilic space in front of the court rksr some A DKOISIQX The court was secret for half an upon conclusion of which a recess of one hour was taken in order to have tho record The officers announced that wntj twtor HK oemtM pti mm per llMt other thw per oter regu lar AdrcrtUciMBU plratlon of wutftot will charged lor it triadent tnniUnt aitttrltittncnh mail tx paid for they had reached a Most of them will return to their this evening or TIM ft I Kia to the Leader UiigUeM FallUiir to the NEW MaroU 2iThe score at the inalcli at as fol lows Ha 3541 Sullivan Haziael Noremac Fitzgerald Hart The score tit 12 oclock was as follows Rowcll Hazael Hughes Sullivan Hart Norenjac I IIAZAKL The score at 1 oclock was as follows Ilafcaol Rowell Fitzgerald Hughes Sullivan Hurt Koremac LyiicJiM March funeral soniccs of tlio late Bishop Lynch were hold yesterday attho Cathedral six bishops and about twenty prleiits being Archbishop Corri of New Presided at the chant lauds and matins and Archbishop Qibboriswas cclcbrrtct at the solemn re quiem mass which The church was densely No funeral sermon was This was in with the wish of the Upon the conclusion of the church services a pro cession was formed with itheprelates and at the chanting Next camo the followed by thousands of procession passed through tho streols from the the site of Ihe old where the body vas placed iua taultadjointng lh6 vaults con the remains of Bishops England and Prominent with out distinction of attended the fune The city bell tolled all day and the bell of Michaels church at The mourning the prelate is as sincere as DKATM ojf Fill nl on th3 Itultiiiiorc mill UALTI The Cin ciunali arid Louis exprcse which left Camden Station at yester day raninlo a rock which had fallen on tnfr trackj Sixlytwo miles west on the branch of Ihc aljout 10 80 oclock last The locomotive was thrown from the falling upon its killing instantly John H and Jolm Several cars also left the but no other persons were The locomotive was considerably Both the engineer and fireman were residents of iiiowe N FHANCISCO March view of Uie all classes of in and Ihe general anx iety foil the people of the Pacific coast for prompt action on he bill now be fore restricting Chinese fmnii declared his inlen tiqn lomakc Saturdaj ilarch a legal ton on day a monster anti Chinese mass meeting will be held in San and there will be dem onstrailonslhroughout the State in sup port of the bill Telegrams have been sent to Uie governors iOf Oregon and requesting to take such steps as they uwy deem expedient in the Zfforiiioiiti IVaNsacrcil March Thomas of arrived here yesterday from n trip through He reports lhat his wife and andtwo had been killed by ihe Apaches near the Chiquila and Francisco Mnihieon wni out hunting several milesfrom the camp when the In dians made the After the massacre ihe Indians Vent south toward Tonto nir Against a Corpo March AUorncy Gcneral stated that not withstanding reports to Ihe he has begun proceedings to annul the cor porate existence of the Boston Hoosac Tunnel and Western railroad The attorneygeneral intends to push pro ceedings ashe believes the charges against the corporation are Bad for March Supreme Court today affirmed three of four counts a gainst the projector of the Womans convicted of false pre tenses after the suspension the The penalty on each if inflicted m full will be ten years Fall PuiLADELPHlAYMarch The bridge over Crcisham fell through last night Jacob Wright and Dedrick 3Iohtgomery comity who were driving were precipitated into the stream and serious ly injured and the two horses killed out Vcviol HKD March The bark from Maltland Nova laden with came ashore near the United States Long this One of the crew of six persose was lost The vessel jroke in three Wife Mnrdcrand LA March Orville for several years a last night shot his wife in the Thinking he had lulled her he fired a bullet into his own brain killing himself The woman will A Safe March Tho office of John treasurer oTthe Schuyl kill Bridge entered last nirrlit and a gold watch and were from the A March Ameri can ship Sea which had been given is at the having been fifty two days from   

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