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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - March 4, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                SVJEKt H lit SjrctJuwt Courtfcouw by Pt BARH Payable I S 1 Served by kriholr Sttbecribcrx In lty 15 centi payable Entered at the PoetOffice as Unit HP T ILY INDEX YOU FOKGJKT IT THAT E DAVIS Aro leading this market iu They arcoffering this week the following acknowledged GREAT Yards of Corded Pique al Yardeof Corded Pieces of Figured Piuuo at The wonder of all wlio have Been VOLUME MARCH PRICE THREE A ClIAKMEO THIS IS A RAKE BAEGAIK 15 Pieces of New Style Figured Pique at would be Cheap at 20 PIECES QF CHECKED MUSLIN AT ONLY A eckfid Muelius at Mand 25 all wry cheap for the Theloyal subjects of Englands noble Queeuwjll more than ever inclined to the belief that tho which hedges Jber is AM potential1 barrier against assaults of madness or brutal She a charmed life and in her conduct inspired greater admiration and even reverence than in the calm courage and dignity she has shown during the imminent danger of death at the hands of assassins and in i STABLE DAMASKS i 1 ASTONISHINGLY i These goods were louglit two weeks ago Bimplj because Uiey were very aud we lire selling them at a very small DONT YOUPORGET IT Tbnt we are sclliue those beautiful GARNER PERCALES at 10 cents a yard very Se cure the choice Patterns whileyflu REMNANTS OF M UTICA REMNANTS OF 61 UTICA REMNANTS OF UTIUA The 84 and 94 have all been THAN JIOTT BL8X HAMBURG EDGINGS AND We shall offer on OTH nu entirely new lot of tho cry Cheapest Goods and handsomest patterns of I HUMUS J EVER SOLJJ jx PETERSBURG ETE TTDnW I Ualioil Bleached and other Staple toads lower thao they can be NEW CHEAP DRESS DONT IT I Thnt we hhall offer on OTH clot of SPRING DRESS AM the NEW COLORS a Come and see Yon will be They certainly arc cheap fc6 2 Iron Front Filer Cost WE WILL CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF our Winter consisting of DRESS MERINO AT AND BELOTT We dpulvwantio sell goods without or leee maney on them any more than other hut veprefer to have the monev for goods that we cannot sell Torsix months of the and think it good policy to offer extra inducement fe G DAVIS LADIES BEING ANXIOUS TO OPEN TUB SPRING f enson with uu entirely fresh stock of I LADIES We will ofler big inducements to purchasers to buy the stock now on We have a nice aaf ort inent of NIGHT CHE JNKtKTS CHILDRENS CHILDRENS SHOWACRE will take pleasure in showing these and will ofler thorn at such prices aa will prove we mean to get rid of DOXT YOU FORGET IT DATIS 2 Iron Front A COLD OR SORE THROAT JIAJ NOT SEEM to amount to and if promptly attended to can easily be cured but neglect often followed by Consumption or No medicine has ever been discovered which acts so QUICKLY AND BJJKELY in such cases as PERRY DAVIS PAIN The prompt use of this invaluable remedy has saved thousands of PERRY DAVIS PAIN KILLER is not an It has been before tho public ron ronf i and is most valued where it is bent A few extracts from voluntary testimonials read as follows paired confidence and love for her exhibited after every attempt upon her THE FOUKTU SEKfOUS The assault upon the Queen yesterday at Windsor is fourth really serious at tempt upon her life and the lirst which has occurred outside of though on one occasion previously aharmless luna arrested at the where he de manded admission as the lawful sovereign of By far the greater number of the dozen demonstrations of violence against the Queen during her fortyfive years on the throne have been imbecile or crazy exhibitions of malevolence under circustances which precluded any possi liility of their being dangerous Two years after Victoria took her seat upon the a religious maniac was arrested iu Palacn gar dens for threats of coupled with the assertion that no Protestant should be allowed to reign He was simply committed an About a month later the crazy pretender before mentioned was bagged at and on July 17 of the same year a cbmmer cial traveler was jailed fortwo months for wildly gesticulating in front of the royal carriage in Hyde OXFORD For a year thereafter tie young Queen Iras undisturbed by any actual or suspected demonstration of In she was and four months June with Albertin alow to make after noon call upon her of Edward a depraved and drunken alehouse seventeen years stationed liirnself on the slight decli vity just the Buckingham Palace garden itipwri as Constitution and there atlhedistance of not more than live The phaeton stopped and the Queen rose from her seat as soon as slie understood what had occurred andr in her laughed at the theahical attitude of the wouldbe who almost instantly pulled another pistol from his breast resting it on his left took deliberate aim and again Prince Albert had just the young queen into her seat ajid the passed harmlessly overher Victoria exhibited in the first ac of her the same coolness and dignity she has again and again displayed under similar circum sfances of was deadly but rose again m the carriiigeto show tho people she was unharmed and then or dered the postillion to drive on her mothers On Hyde Park Corner was thronged with the anxious pop jlace and the afternoon riding hour in Rotten Row was at its A caval and women on horseback forrnecl behind the rbyal equipage and es corted the Queen to tile palace of London had a hard Everyone who failed to give tho most satisfactory account of himself was picked up by the Scotland Yark officers and locked up for j When finally cdughl Beau i to bo sojw Jininal charge aad he was convicted of a MOKE HARMLESS Seven years passed before tho Queen was again In an Irishman named fired a blank charge at again on Con stitutlon He was transported seven Just later Kobert dismissed Lieutenant of assaulted her Majesty with but did not injure He also got seven years in the penal and tie of Sir Robwt Peels law discouraged thefanatics who made peri odical attacks on the and it was not until another terrifying but harmless panto t1 Hires Virginia fionui luruniuco Company elianM iVterslicn railroad stock at ehivrw do at S3VJ 10 At lauta and CHiiulotte Miock vx at 7r ItichinonaSandDaiiviric ciniwl 1 Block Sccoud shares Atlanta and Cluolott rallrouUCftotk TUr 40 Bblrew Chcsnivcato and Hack at jVtarch audgeaeiaUr xeangi Statciouda iuactlv FKO1U mime of pointing an unloaded pistol at her Hajesty was gone through with by an idiot who was imprisoned and made his way back to the Falade on his with the interition of atoning for his crime by throwing himself beneath the wheels of her carnage and suffering He was incontinently thrust into an insane asy where he belonged and where he still Since that time no attack upon the Queen has been made until the at terryn of yesterday at PATS KILLER has been my household remcdv for colds the past twentyecven and have never known it to fail in effecting a For thirty years I have used PAIN and found it a never failing remedy for colds and sore Have received immediate relief from colds and sore and consider your PAD in valuable I have just recovered from a severe which I have had fur some I could get no relief un til I tried vour PAIN which relieved me I will never asaiu bo without Have need your PAIN KILLEK iu my family for and havo never known it to I began using PJJX KjtytK iu my family twenty five years ago and have need it ever and have found no medicine to take its For whoopingcough or croup it is the beat pre paration We would not be without K Liberty For twentyfive years I have used PAIN KILLBK for colds and chapped and consider it the bext medicine ever Wilniiug I wan suffering severely with and my throat was so inflamed I could scarcely swallow any 1 was advised to try your PAIN and after taking a few closes was completely cur Walton writes from Coshocton Your PAIX KILLXH cures diphtheria and sore so alarm ingly prevalent and has not been known to fall in n single This fact you should make known to the Jlason writes ilv son was taken violently iick with higil and cold So many children died hf ro I was afraid to call a and tried yonr PArN Ho was tskcn on and on Wednesday his throat van It was n wonderful and wish It could be known to tho poor mothers who are losing RO many For Chills and Fever PAIN hiis no It curta when everything olse Delays arc often A bottle of PAIN In tho house is n safeguard that no family should be All sell and SI PKRRY DAVIS A feltia A1NSLIE SONS The largest Manufactory of Koad Wagons in the We carry a of thnt for quality and coroparo favorably with any In fon Pwcxa ACQUITTED AS Oxfordwas arrestedand the only state he made was that Prince Al bert at the first shot leaped to his with the apparent intention of jumping out the but thought better of it and ssrt Theman was apparently uncon cerned while on and like mad Ophelia toyed with the aromatic which in English criminal courts are strewn in front of the between the prisoner and the relic of the old when the Court had to be protected from the contagion of foul and feverbreed ing The argument for the defense was hereditary which was suffi ciently proven to secure a verdict of not guilty on that Oxford was at once committed to an asylum for and four or flve years ago was still alive and as sane as any of according to tlie physician who hadhim in He is probably still alive and nearing the end of the fortysecond year of his imprison ment The delicate condition the Queen at the time of Oxfords attempt might have rendered its consequences very herTrobust neaith carried her through wiui out and two weeks after the birth of the Princess Victoria another hare boy created a sensation at the was on December 2 that Wil liam some unexplained got into the and after several days of concealment was dragged out from un der a sofa in the anteroom by the He was jailed for three months as a and had been released when he into the but was recog nized and andshipped on a inan ofwar as the alternative Of asraiu miu to C O C3 THE SECOSD More than fourteen months elapsed be fore the Queen was again when on May again on Con A small lot of sixteen sold yesterday by John the auctioneerjat Planters Ware for per hundred Danville A careful estimate of the new apportion ment of Congressional representatives in Virginia made by a well informed and pains taking Virginia politician gives the democrats six of the ten The re adjuster majority in the or Alleghany district one the only and that it is said can be easilv Jutlge of the Circuit Court of Henrico yesterday morn ing constituted Tanner Alex ander Bruce William John Mon and such others as may be associat ed with a body corporate under the name and style of the ney Engine that this company will locate an extensive foundry and machine shops and other buildingi neccssary to the prosecution of its business in the valley near Chesa peake and Ohio railway shops and just outside of Hie city This morning daybreak a very unfortunate tragedy occurred at A countryman named re siding near Green this went to Chatham yesterday and last night was the guest of Lylc a clerk in George Johnsons The two slept together in the and this morning Walker got up about daybreak and walk ed out leaving Johnson Pre sently Walker returned and the slight noise he made oa reentering store aroused who jumped out of in great believing that the store was being pillaged by Seizing his pistol lying conveniently to his he fired at the supposed and Mr Walkcr fell dead from the Tanner and Dula It is understood An Important The Lynchburg JVflcs relates the follow ing Judge on in vaca rendered a decree in the suit of Ed win Halscy Professor Peters in a very important and interesting It seems that in the late Don Pe ters gave his Edward his valuable Otter river and all the but died having failed to execute a After his death his of the University of Vir claimed the land and all the person ality as eeneral devisee upon the will of Don Thereupon Edward Halsey filed liis bill in the Circuit Court of Campbell claiming title to all the prop real and by pare he having been for several years in possession under the The Judge in his decree says that Halseys title to the stock and implements is and decrees it to him absolute As to the real estate it says that the evidence proves the gift to but as it was never consummated by he entfjrce specific performance canno consideration bcin tire It is un to tho March Butler at length am explained in the Senate today a uiemoria from the executive officers commercial professors of colleges journalists in al citizens of Spilth na tional aid for the education of o that anil in support of Ms bill on the He said the State had the frame work of as good u free school system as any in the great in realizing all that from thatsystem was the Svant of and it be great hardship to tax tlnfpeopleJar school purposes more than now He that the assessments for in were less than were the value and briefly advocated the ne cessity of the desired Refer Anthony reported back adversely the joint icsolulion for the printing of copies of the medical and surgical history of war of the In definitely postponed upon a statement by that the cost would be from the committee on the reported adversely upon tho peti tions oithe Wisconsin Greogriiphical and Chicago Historical societies for a con gressional committee to attend the cele bration at New on April of the discovery of tlie monthof the Missis sippi by The committee in their which was say the event to be commemorated is of great historical interest and of recogni but they think Congressmen ought not to be required to absent themselves from the sessions at a time when the pub lic business demands their Tlie recommendation oithe committee that the prayer of the petitioners be not granted was concurred The resolution to print live thousand copies of the Garficld memorial card was An order for an adjournment from to day until Monday was The bills for the relief of Ellen Moore and Alouzo and to authorize the and printing of the naval history of the war of the introduced and reported by came up in order on the calendar and The Senate bill to amend section of the Revised to license fees of officers of steam vessels was also It reduces the charge for certifi cates of license of pilots and mates of sjcam vessels to 50 cents each instead of The Chinese bill then came up as unfin ished and Farley completed his speech began Ingalls then tpok the floor and spoke in favor of the passage of the ONeil presented to the House to day a resolution of the Tobacco Board of Trade of asking that Con gress either pass promptly a bill for the abolition of the tax on tobacco and or agree to a joint to the effect that it is unwise to tamper with the tax during the present resolution of the Philadelphia Board of Marine Underwriters in favor of the bill putting the signal service of the army on permanent Refer Gibson introduced a bill making appropriations for the completion and preservation of works on the Mississippi river in accord ance with the of the Mississippi river Re March 3 morning says If no The Times thi moro cau bo salt which can bo traced in Congress that so xueMiotnt ho arouses a member irom tho THE LONDOX TIMKS ON THE WOULDUKAS It is not aparly question and Republicans with each to sc wkich cau be tho most extreme on thi They represent public sent incnt in that section to bo unanimous o this with tho of u whole personal interests ar improved by cheap Senators Mi of Grovcr of have each mad speeches on the and yes cooU pvr OMU Hf other than 0 orwreju lu AdrcrtlneineaU pintloa ol couUact will charged for at trawlviil OTAll traiuUnt filwlHtumb mwt terday Senator of Dem a VcTjnxninjstivedis On motion of of New a bill was passed reducing tlie u cense fees of chief and JA j rr i i iirts U1JU ders ood that Mr Halsey will appeal from pilots of steanl vcsscfs lnn fiq nrp Ji miTiinpr nr v the and as there are a number of cases decided by the which holds that parol gifts arc the matter cannot be regarded as yet ultimate ly The publisher of the Beaver John some time ago contracted a severe He says 1 have tried a half dozen remedies inef fectually and upon recommendation of a physician I gave Bulls Cough Syrup a square It relieved me imme diately and cured my cold and catarrh cn It is a remedy that should be used in cverv Best Ocean Pawtugfo of the March steamer stituiipn Hill she was fired upon by John i who had been discharged from I some mechanical employment at Drury Parisian arriving here at 1 oclock this i morning from Liverpo I passage of the Miss Alice the daughter of Lane At while returning morning from making tue best from Francis had stepped out from the crowd and pulled a but it missed noticed but the Queea did not hear The officers were informed and the Queen went out forber afternoon drive as usual and while returning just at the garden Francis again appeared and fired as but without He was ny a policeman and at once tried and in two weeks found Chief Justice with the black cap pronounced with the utmost solemnity the words of the formal sen tence of thecommou law on persons con to and of chief and pilots of inferior grade from to 75 cents At the conclusion of the morning hour devoted to the report of private the at went into the committee tlie whole of in the chair on the private The House seemed to be in an unusual ly good and notwithstanding llolmans objections a large number of private bills were ordered to be reported favorably to the They will pass before adjournmenfthis I mentioned in my letter ofyesterday that all was not lovely among the Readjustees in our neighboring city of and that theelcction of Meade as Judge of the corporation court was the cause of tho dissatisfaction This morning who was a can didate for the Judgship and who was en Attendants o tlioNick should frequently rub a few drops of Dar j bys Prophylactic Fluid on their face and j especially when nursing those sick with infectious Articles used on or about the sick should be disinfected and the atmosphere of the rick room purified and vitalized by using the Its ef fect is marvelous in checking the spread of victed of high treason in attempting the i conHigioua sovereigns terrible dragging on the hurdle to gallows to j be hung by the neck until dead to be drawn and quartered and the mutilated body loo much even for the stolid brutality of the prison He fainted away and was carried un conscious to his With the personal assent of the Queen his punishment was reduced to life THE Two weeks after the sentence of Francis a halfwitted and deformed vagabond named Bean attempted to fire upon her Majesty while she was passing from RICHMOND reflections both on and Senator sertatiou on the same subject but befor completing it gave way to a motion to g into the Executive rt sumo his discourse So far Seuato ot has stood alouo in his defence of the Chlnesoor rather iuhi opposition to the Tho position hi occupies will be seen from a reply ho yesterday to a question propounde to him by Mr Farley quotet from Senator Mortons minority report ii 1870 on the Chinese in the con elusion of its author that the Chinese coulc only bo protected from persecution ant outrage by giving them suffrage and citi their influence as citizens sufficient to ensure their lit then asked state square whether he endorsed this sentiment ant favored the enfranchisement of the Chi Hoar replied that he was in favor ol admitting all foreigners whorenounced foreign and who were fit for it in character and Intel and wereattached to our govern He would apply the test with rcf enco to the not to tho color of tho skin of the Hewas quite as willing to admit to suffrage the young Chinaman who last year received the degree of Yale or tiie learned and admirable gentleman who died at Cambridge last week as the Cali foruia persecutors of Farlev commented upon the failure of an d colonization of Chinese in the town of North some years Mr Dawcs explained that the Chinese in Mas during their residence of six or eight appreciated for their in aptness and peaccfuluoss that they ilid not leave there because of any preju dice1 against but for the same reason hat they came to bettor their comli Lion at more remunerative The was renewed The Senate last evening confirmed the nomination of Conkling to be an As sociate Justice of the Supreme af erarery brief Bayard and a few other democratic Senators raised the point that the Senate should not allow tself to be used simply to bestow a com iliment upon of the and that until it was known that Mr Conkling would accept the appointment he Senate should refrain from acting on he reply it was statecl by a republican Senator that the President made tho nomination of Conkling in erfeci good conCerringwith but in the expectation thathc would accept it that Coiikling could not be expected to decline while under ind that if his confirmation ought to be lelayed to await information as to his in ention in the the same rule should apply to all other The vote on the question of was 39 reas and 12 The nays are said to tave been four republicans and eight dcm The republicans voting in the were Hoar and ilorrill the democrats were Coke and The prevailing belief today is hat Conkling will not accept the ap The nomination of ex Senator Sargent be miuisier was also con firmed last There is no doubt about his s of New lectured herelast night to a large audience on African Wit and He was in troduced to the by Frederick The was in the best for tho wouldbeassassin of th than could bo said Ouitcau tho assassin of President or Lc tho murder of ho little expect to escape MQJISTKU LOWELL CONUUATULATKS TUtE Minister Lowell has tendered tb the Quocn tho congratulations of tho Auic rican Telegrams expressing siini lar sentiments were arriving at mudsor throughout tho It is officially an npunced that tho Quoeu passed a gooc night and that she is in no way aueclct by the attempt of her Tins ms AJSD urs POCK MacLean passed a restless Ho wil bo atthc special sitting of the Windsor borough justices this From later accounts it appears that Mac Lean fired the shot af or the carriage was in Princess Beatrice dnd John Brown saw him point thp pistol at tho car exactly thirty paces dis tant when he Two of the four loaded chambers of the revolver contained only blank MacLeau had from Portsmouth to London a week Upon his person was found a purso con taining a penny and three and a pocketbook containing tho following en tries Fourth a by Mac and Newspaper gives as correct an idea of that divide the people of England as any newspaper in the 1 venerate the freeand outspoken principles of an un blessed AN EYEWITNESS OF THE STATES that MacLean was observed fumbling in his pocket while the Queen was being handed into the but the pressure of tho crowd prevented him from raising Ins arm until the carriage was in The same cause made him aim very The bullet found in the station yard weighs about a third of m It has been compared with others found on Mac and was found to correspond with them Before the revolver was seized the prisoner had brought another loaded chamber opposite the MINISTER LOWELLS to General Sir Frederick Ponsoijby says 1 beg you to convey to nor Majesty my heartfelt congratulations on her MACLEAN AT THE 1OLIOJS MacLean was charged at the police sin with shooting ut Sic Queen with in ent to do grievous bodily Ho ask 3d whether any one was but the po lice refused to give him miy After searching the yard ut tlie railway station for an hour this morning the po found a small bullet embedded in the It bore marks of its having first struck some other It was right in ho direction ol the over Jueeus carriage was having pro passed over the horses The Queen and Princess Beatrice walked onthe castle terrace as usual early this A CUAXK intecedents show that he is eccentric and is addicted to Before the beginning of business on the stock exchange this morning all the members in the room sang God have the It appears that MacLean recently en deavored to force his way through the Eton college who were at the to gel a good position to await tlie passage of the and the conse lueut prevented his havingan ipportunity to fire when ho might have lone so with a worse There arc accounts as to whether his arm vas struck while firing or after he had WIT J fi I Not Killed by Marcli was obtained yesterday that two Mormon men and tho wifo and daughter of Thomas Matlicson were not killed by was They wcro lost during u trip through and Now but further details arc not Twice In two March fire broke put this morning block of buildings known as tho marble which hero wcroncarlya dozen causing totals loss The same occupants were burned out about two months NEW 51 arch Koscoo Conk offlco today it is annbiinced as not known there whether lie will accept tho Judgcship and that they will kno w his determination there as soon as and will let it be Two Men March A special dis patch to the Oonstiiittion nc at Smith Jasper in attempting to cross in a boat Oc mulgeo which by the were Tlicy arc Uowl Indiana LITTLE March A spe cial dispatch from Fort says the throe Indian Dead Dandy andiEstilicha or were hanged at for Thirty NKW March Henry and sentenced to bo at Pittsborough to has been respited for thirty clays by the THo Ice Jam at Marcli The Ice bridge still liolds firm the streets in the city are covered with Stanveur many people have been obliged toleave thoir rouses owing to the It run k Two QiiarN of mid Jtarch John Ehr ing last night made a wager that he could Irink two quartsof He did so mil died within a few Fluud lutlie March The Banquoit creek and Mohawk rose and much damage wns done in tlie Snnqtiolt valley UUY NEW GOODS KKOBtVING A LARGE SUPPLY of now from the Northern vbich they bought vciy low aiidWlll Bdl to their tutamin at A I A GREAT Wehavo nomc special Uargalus In tho following purchnHcd at the Jargu NEW YOEK LAST SVEEK Icmnanta 104 and Damagcu Linen Talilo Pillow CiiBd Nauklns mid Marseilles In entirely new ruttcrns from to each Crochet in vhlte and We have the Biggcet Bargain in the city In a Rtfiiutiful MARSEILLES ONLY SI i best vein of its witty and he kept his audience in a constant flow of laughter and Comptroller of the Currency has authorized the First National Bank of Territory of to commence business with a capital of Today three Indian scouts were to be hung in by order of a court mar McDowell informs the Adju tantGeneral that no trouble from Indians is apprehended on account of the execu companies of cavalry and one of infantry will be present at tho execu tion to preserve BRIEF Judge Bassett French of is in the Major Richard Superintendent of Public Print of L general agent for the Peabody fund for education in the South and of the Hamp ton Normal appeared before the Senate Committee on Education and made an argument in favor of Con gressional aid to public Judge of was in the city While it asserted in the most posi tive manner and was so printed iu the evening that Conkling was in the city and had seen the it is now generally conceded that he has not been here at The House Committee on Territories discussed today the proposition to admit Washington Territory into the Union as a The House Committee on postofficcs and postroads today finally adopted with Kut the Other arc NlllI ii NEW March scores in the walking match at the hours named were as follows II 475 452 437 429 420 415 400 10 480 488 442 431 412 431 withdrew from the race at today with a credit of 415 miles and 8 11 4S5 402 431 411 12 490 Fitzgerald 408 449 442 443 1 oclock 492 453 425 Fitzgerald 470 435 2 oclock 498 475 450 450 438 3 oclock 503 479 400 140 450 SHEETINGS We will open tills day another case of thoseHcm unts Utica Sheeting for which several patties are ow andaH thequantity ia very ve would suggests call at Thcae remnanta are Considered one of onr tcaicet have also secured a splendid line of BLACK at C2J4 and 75 cents These goods are a decided and are better value thou we have heretofore BLACK AND COLORED We have just rctcivcd from tho a su perb line of Black and Colored which we Hie determined to olfsr lower than any OTHER HOUSE m The best Black Silkuat 73 The best Black Silks at 81 and The best BlackSilks at and bcbt Black Silks at and The best Colored Silks at The best Colored Silks at The Colored ailks at Also a few pieces Of ELEGANT BLACK HUA and COLORED wiich we marked extremely We are headquarters for these and persons wanting them will find it to their advantage to examine our etook before 11AMBI his dead Upon removing the mask he was found to be ayoung white man be longing to the uamcd Leonidas The other three men are un JlylitVllVU WWtll VU I 11JU J TTIHJ Hesays TheJudirshipof Alex1 further amendment Moneys bill The object of their visit has not J yv A Haider Fatally March night four masked men went to the housc of a living in this and de manded Upon being refused they broke down the and as the man entered the negro shot The men then The negro with some white neighbors tracked the wounded man for some distance and finally iouiid VUG AND JTAIKSOOK ASD llavingimported these Roods this season direct from the factory at and icurinj them at a large to be uldo to Bell them lower than any We are prepared to offer the ond inott varied stock of patterns ever before froia one inch to twentytwo Inches and varying in price from Seta to yer AND Vc invite special attention to our elegantstock of Laidiee White and Fancy Hose Gentii Fancy half new and beautiful We have recently added to our Bopnlar Branda several new which we ask the ladies to Oar Coreetur arc tho best ia the MATTINGS I Wicull special attention to pur large ntock of RED andria city has at Iast been A political whose to provide for postocean mail and ordered the hill to be reported to the namcis a byword forunreliability ajiddisj House with a recommendation that it A majority of the House Committee on Buckingham Palace to the in which custom still rccogniU 75 itio zes as the really royal palace of England and from wliich tho Court takes its Boans pistol missed firo and ho tempora rily Uc was noticed only as a hunchback and until some throe tho humpbacked SI 40 very good Knltz at Ji prime Fnlu at very good at SOc prime at Cotton 11 low NEW YORK NEW March dull and unchang Wheat less active and a chade Corn very quiot and Pork drill and weak at Lnrd htavy at S7iv of S3 and BALTIMOHK March steady and fairly Howard street and wefltem flnportlni 0 ui ikw 7J 1atApsco family S7 iirm western closing easy southern 5iaxgli5 am 1 44 1 Maryland 40 acted i western winter SSV4 II J7tfia 1 S8M 81 3S Si 30i IKstftl hlpher quiet and toady a few weeks ago dropped at our city by the little man Mahone for this ex press He was nardly ensconced among us before he was negotiating for the dying judges and offering as an inducement the spoils of office if given claiming publicly that he was entitled to and had the influence of Senator inasmuch as hu was en I gaged at the Senators house writing a sketch of the said The peo ple of this old city presumed they had a right to select one of their own citizens to fiH the place and regard this intrusion as been Republican in A COSVEKTIOJJ TO BE IX March Slate executive committee and i ISaval Affairs left this morning for prominet republicans met in caucus last Chester and Wilmington to in continuing in session till 1 spect the ship and navy yards at They resolved to call a gubernatorial con Dcxendorf was among National bank notes received today for Government receipts Internal A Female College March The trustees of the Weslevan Female i v vcntion to meet April and favor a call of a constitutional convention for Au gust The republicans will adhere to the Hawkins which wjis to settle the State debt on he best compro mise to wliich the bond liolders will sub not to practice this kind of trading at their He ought to be more careful in purchasing his lost the world i iindsout bis foxy coupled with I Itjstrikcs me that this is rather naughty i language coming from one of the iJenn tors own Wind sor and the big four where will this defection stop Tho pending debate in the Senate on the Chinese bill ia not one in which the people of the Atlantic States feel any very deep but there is no question 1 have decided to discontinue the instituj XCWN by Cable March Danen AND AND FANCY ttliich were bought at a great and wliich j are selling ranch lower loan the regular Notwithstanding the recent advances In we arc determined to close ont this years will froin this date offer our i THREE PLY INGRAIN COT TON CHAIN RUGS A1D AT GREATLY REDUCED GILL NET csll the attention of Fishermen to the ihat wiare now receiving this seasons supply of JILL NET which we guarantee to sell lower than it can be bonght in pt THK WHOLESALE We boj learc to announce to you that we are now tion and return their charter to the Methoj has lost the sight of his MX nst The William made a proposition to them to continue the paying him the in terest on what ho had it was Tito Flood In the Delaware March Dela and right eye seriously THE APSTIIIAXS JIarch is officially an nounced thnt the Austrians have after a desperate KIflcil by Her Mr March of goods as arc adapted to your and in i few days our stock will be complete in every do when we shall be prepored to offer vou ware river at this plnco has risen rapidly Ward lay iu wait for his it u since It is now twelve feet where a revival was in above low water Several manu factories have been Dm buildings being flooded with and as she fired three shots one of which passed through her inlliot ing mortal AND FANCY DRY tic South of and which we will wil Ixiwer and on Mtcr Icrma than any Jobber in thn All rocalvo prompt and cirofnl at DRAKB A Cheap 3 Iron   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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