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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - March 7, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                it 111 tycMwie bjr lu 6 1 S 50 Served by to their In tin lly at 15 ccuU per payable Entered the PostOffice as 1MV NEW GOODS fiEF GOODS ARE NOW HECKIVINOALARGK SUPPLY ol uew from the Northern which they bought very low ami will sell to tholr customers at I A GREAT I Wo have 8omc special Bargains in tho following purchased Jttthe large AUCTION SALES IN KKW YORK LAST WEEK Remnants 104 and 124 Linen Damaged Linen Tuble Pillow Case NapkiiiB and Marseilles in entirely new Patterns from each Beautiful Crochet in white aud entirely We have the Biggest Bargain in tho city in a Beautiful lage sized 4 I MARSEILLES ONLY I REMTS UTICAtM We will open this day another cane of thoneRem iiautB Utica Slioetiugn for which parties are andflb the quautitv is very we wonW suggests that they calf at These rciuuanta are considered oue of out greatest baTealso pecnred a ppleiidid line of BLACK at aud 73 ceuta per These goods are a decided aud are better value than we hava heretofore BLACK AND COLORED We have juet received from the Importers a su perb line of Black and Colored which we are determined to lower than any OTHER HOUSE IN The let Black Silks at 75 The best Black Silks at and The beat Black Silks at and The bert Black Silks nt S200 and Tlie best Colored Silks at Thcbest Colored Silks at The best CploredSilks Also a few pieces of ELEGANT BLA6KdsHA DEMES and COLORED markedextremely Wo are headquarters for niid persons1 wanting them will flud it to thuir ndvautuge to examine our fctook before HAMBURG AND NAINSOOK EDGINGS AND Having imported thetie goods this season direct from the factoryat and them at a large we claim to be able lo Hell them lower than any We arc now prepared to ofler the oncl most variedstock of patterns ever before from one inch to twentytwo inches ami varying iu price from 3cts to HOSIERY AND We invite special attention to onr elegant stock of LaidiesWhite and Fancy Hose Geuts runcy half iu new and beautiful etyles jiiBt We have recently added to our Popular Brands several new which we ask tho ladies to Our Xorsetts are the best in the i MATTINGS i I Wo call special attention to our large stock of AND WHITE AND FANCY which werei bought at a great and which we are Belling much lower than the regular Notwithstanding the recent advances in we are determined to close outthiayears will from this dato offer our TI1REE PLY INGRAIN UOT TON CHAIN RUGS AND AT GREATLY REDUCED GILL NET Wo call tho attention of Fishermen to the fact that wo now receiving this ecasons supply of GILL NET which we guarantee to sell lower than it can be bought in fe 20 rpo THE WHOLESALE Wo beg leave announce to you that we are now receiving our of such goods as are adapted to vour a a few days our stock will be complete in eve and in du whcnwe shall be prepared to ofier yon the largest stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 0 be Been South of and which we will sell Lower and on better ierms than any jobber In the 1 All orders shall receive prompt and careful at DRAKE Established Cheap 3 Iron H FANCV IVOT1OXS AMBURGSJ HAMBURGSI DIRECT IMPORTATION Taking advantage of the low prices ruling last fall placed their order direct witli the manufacturers in which enables ns now to at V 25 PER than oven the importer will sell We opened these goods about a week of our customers who have seen them pronounce them the have ever even with In addition we have opened ft new and fresh stock of seasonable W H 1 11 BG 0 0 D Snch ns Checked and Striped NAINSOOKS Soft Finish Plain and Figured French and American Tucked Special Bargains in Bleached and Brown Bleached and Brown which we cut at any length at remnant THE BEST MARSEILLES QUILT 1 AT in the and finer in same OUR ODD AND END COUNTER of Good Bargninson in remnsutVof Dress which please do not FRKSH LINE OF FIGURED Medium and AH Winter Goods marked WAT tow ROSENSTOCK A jl30 1 Iron THREEBUTTON at 23 Thjpe Gloves being bought nt tow real Hair Braids Black Silk a Call and examine the In before AARON noxt fe 9 VTULK8 FOR Havlns more than I 1 hnve for1 Hcvcral class A 1 FARM 7 and 8 years that I have beenwork Ing for the tout three They be seen at work on my tann ILY VOLUME MARCH PRICE THREE OUH Correspondence of the The assembled this morning at the usual The attendance in each was slim and there was a restless about which indicated that they were astate of suspense about some Although no positive informa tion was obtainable to that cflect members seemed to pretty generally concede that an extra session was inevita the Governor failed to com ply with implied wishes bf his in this members had perfected their arrangements for an immediate return to their Governor Cameron returned from Petersburgjast night where he went was in his office this morn Several prominentmembers of his party in the Legislature called upon him during the morning and talked over mat things probably the question of a called Senators Riddleberger and Willcox re turned from Washington this where they went after the adjournment of the Senate on They saw Mahone during their and had quite a long talk with Of course the topic of the greatest interest was the situation in this State and the importance to the Readjusters of an extra Willcox seemed to feel confident that one would be immediately The fact that he had been in conference with Mahone added strength to his In the House today the resolution of fered Jjy Mr Stuart extending the session for ten at their of came up and was advocated by Stubbs and others the Democratic but Without effect It was tabled by a party In the Senate the House bill incor porating the Danville and Norfolk Rail road was It now goes to the Governor for his A num ber of resolutions and bills were intro will never be heard from again of made a personal explanationin connection with the statement made some timu ago by in which that gentle man asserted that Harbour served as a member of the House whilst laboring un der political disqualifications or under the duel ling He read from the Journals Senate 18778 a bill re from the disabili tiesTeterred lliddleberger who came into the just asMr Twyman closed his in the had said with the further ex biir passed the Legislature at the session of Bar bourof his but the bill through a mistake cited the of the constitution arid was Barbour served in the in under no that the act which was intended to give the desired relief was A bill was passed at that session removing Barjxnirs disabili There are numerous billswhich were on the calendar iu both which have neverbeen and never this Among these are Senate bills re districtiug circuits the State reapportioningrthe State for mem bers of bills to amend the charters ofNorfolk Richmond to vacate all the offices of superintendents of schools The which passed the House several days ago in regard to local option law is quietly sleeping in the room of Senate Finance None of these measures can be acted upon witlioutan extra The most im portant of those to the Mahone people are the congressional apportionments and re districting the judicial and these harebeerTiirged as necessity for another It is understood that John Goode lias addressed a long communica tion to Senator of in regard to the statement made upon the floor of the Senate Friday bv of in which the latter inti mated that he that Goodes elec tion to Congresshat effected through EXI OF THE BOURXK CWN Tltc Editoi of the jYortli American Ite view to receive about March Bourne will says a special to the Journal from has finally the con testing parties failing to file an appeal from the decision of the Judge of Allen the JYortA Ameri will7 come into possession of j March The following wles were made today Richmond 6s utllll4 do do March Stocks fairly 487Ji Sttito bonds Uoverumcuts FJUO9I The In Extra lu the Semite KlddlubcrgttrN IICSN to iulbrmaiion which couviuced him that the appropriation would be insuf The resolution was The bill to provide for a commission on the liquor truflic was restored to its original place upon the call of After remarks by Alli JLugnllsaud tlvebill was read a second time aud laid over tempora t At the Chinese bill was taken up as the unfinished and Slater ad aQcatctLthfcJbill Special Dispatch to lha March Camerons proclamation was read in both houses tonight after adjournment calling an extra session to convene tomor Tuesday at 12 oclock The utmost confusion prevailed in the Senate At times a dozen Sena tors occupied the floor at the same time raising points of order and calling to be heard upon a privileged This brought about by a resolution intro duced by Hale Readjuster tendering the thanks of the body to the presiding Lewis and President pro tem Wood for tho impartial manner in which they had presided during the At Riddleberger got the floor upon this resolution and occupied it until with in two minutes of It was apparent that he was speaking against During his remarks he upbraided the Democrats for their inconsistency in protesting against the rulings of Wood and President pro tern aud their saying they did not mean to accuse these gentlemen with The Demo crats made frequent attempts to but although time and again re quested to do failed to afford them a chance to answer of gave notice that his side Democrats would yet find the opportunity to reply to his Ol XNTEHESl TO THK COJLOUED f ioi of Board of Visitors to the TYoraiul and Collegiate Special Dispatch to the March The following nominations of members of the Board of Visitors of the Virginia Normal and Collegiate which is to be located in the Soath were confirmed by the Senate Brunswick county Peter Northampton York Wrlliam city of Richmond A Dinwidclie Alexandria FROM VtASinjfGTOX caw over It will be remembered that the widow Thorndike married Bourne of who was a wealthy She had three daughters by a former mar Rices the Countess and who also married a Rice died before her mothers second The other two daughters were bitterly opposed to the and treated their stepfather most Young treated him and Bourne fre quently expressed it desire to further the young mans By his will he left his property tcLMs who in turn bequeathed to her grandson a sum equal to about that which she received from her second The sum named in her will is iu addition to a third of the which would have been his mothers When the will came up for probate it was opposed by the daugh through As Bourne directed in her will that her sonsinlaw should have no part in the management of the they being a class she it is thought by many that they were instrumental in bringing about Sarah Bernhardt was photographed while reclining at full length in an ebony padded with white She said to the Mchmdri I will make a bargain Swear to me that you will not sell any of these photographsun til after my After your death v it will happen sooner than you I promise you to die within a year from I am not I have a presenti ment and my presentiments never deceive at the end of the if I am still in this I authorize you to sell as many of the photographs as you Mclandri consented to this strange and executed faithfully his part of the bargain but Bern hardt having neglected to keep her pro Melandri has referred his case to the Tribunal of of Special to the March A communication from the Secretary of in response to a Senate giving the cost of Indian wars for the past ten was received in the Senate to day and the finance commit reported adversely upon the follow ing To establish a branch mint of the United States at Omaba to authorize the payment of customs duties in legal tender Both bills went to the calendar by Morrill reported favorably the House bill to repeal discriminating duties on tea and the products of the He also reported favorably the House joint resolution in behalf oftheAmeri Forty Persons Killed in a March A despatch to the from Vienna reports that forty per Pott ChMWrBold folJMra sons have been killed by the falling in of the shaft of ft mine near cleared out by Rough on bexcs RV I can company of revisers of the New Tes tament for return and remission of Ingalls reported from the judiciary committee an original bill to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United embodying what is known as the equity conferring jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to hear matters in bankrupt cy upon He said that as soon is measures and others to which the attention of the Senate had been were disposed of he would move consider ation of the from the commerce reported with the bill to incorporate the Interoceanic Ship Railway and for other purpo accompanied by a written report and the evidence taken before the He said he would ask consfderation of the bill on the 15th if orders now having precedence were then disposed The bill went to the a member of the said that he agreed to let the bill be re but had reserved his right to vote upon it iu the Senate as his bcsfjudgmcnt might Garland reported from the Judiciary with an the bill to provide for the bringing of suits by citizens of the United States against the government thereof in certain from the same reported a bill to provide additional ac commodations for the Pension The bill is a substitute for the one author izing the renting of the building at 13th street and Pennsylvania axcnue It appropriates to enable the Sec retary of the Interior to rent a suitable building or Teller reported favorably the House bill to pension with an amendment including Polk and The amounts specified are a year from September Mr George introduced a bill to aid in the repair and construction of a levee on the east bank of the in the State of Garland oifered a resolution of in addressed to the Military Commit as to the propriety of increasing the appropriation for the purchase and distribution of subsistence stores to aid in the relief ol thclaboring classes in the district overflowed by the Mississippi and He said he hud re George also spoke in favor of the while of and of opposed The Speaker announced to the House today the unfinished business to be the consfderation of the consular and diplo matic appropriation on the passage of which the previous question was or dered on Saturday Holman moved to recommit the bill with instructions to the committee on appropriations to strike therefrom all pro visions in regard to envoys extraordinary and ministers ministers resident and secretaries of and to insert therein provisions for the appoint ment of such consuls and other commer cial agents as shall be necessary to pro mote and encourage the commerce of the United States and protect the interests of the citizens of the United States iu foreign The motion was to the bill was Page presented a petition of the citizens of the Pacific coast asking Con gress to pass a bill to incorporate the Maritime Canal of a resolution adopted at a mass meeting of citizens of Sacramento urging the suppression of Re On motion of the House agreed to hold night sessions on Friday night of each week to consider pension On motion of the House sus pended the rules and passed a bill to ap propriate for the completion of Davis Island in the Ohio Dibrell moved to suspend the rules and pass a bill repealing so much of the revenue laws as prohibits farmers from selling tobacco produced by themselves or their tenants to any one except a licensed The bill was favored by Di Hatch and and op posed by Kelly and Kelly said he would go as far one to relieve the agricultu ral interests of this which he pro nounced an iuferual but said he wished to see it done in v businesslike This bill had never been before any and the subject had not been consideredHe Lid not know what the effect of it might but he thought it opened the door to great and there fore he could not support The vote was taken by yeas aud andthere were 113 yeas and 01 so the bill was not twothirds voting in the There is a provision in the Postoflico bill which has just the put in by which is intended to break up the practice of but it is very doubtful if it can be That is the same thing will bo accomplished in a different The same old profession al contractors will bid offthe and instead of subletting them for a profit as is now the they will employ the persons to carry the mails as their I do not see how the practice can be unless it is provided that every person who takes a contract shall render the ser vice and it certainly is not to the interest of the Government to do as it would increase the expenses of the ser vice many millions per The following additional selections have been made of members of the Democratic Congressional Committee don Jones Phelps Morten Clem ants King Mc Lane Morse Mississippi Laughton Clarke North Car Cox TVhitthorne Tex Wellborn Ouray Aineslie Maginnis The full committee will consist of fortysix for each State and Eighteen are yet to be appoint It is generally thought that General who is chairman of the Demo cratic also be elected chair man of the There seems to be a craving among the cities of this country to have n United States mint in their A mint must be a great judging from the eager lieli UK bitterly opposed to the admission of that Territory as a They think it too expensive an Undo Sum payslho expenses of her officers at but when she becomes a State sliowill have to foot tho bill Hence the Others object because they say it is a scheme gotten up for the benefit of cortuiu and others still because say Uiat certain counties ihavo failed to make provision for the redemptioa of their Reed lias presented jn the House a protest against its signed bondholders of Yank ton 0n Saturday Burrows upon save them from the flood which is sure to asReduhiuiimous consent to uiako the Dili pass over theirTJarishcsHa otr nesa With which they are sought idler Almost city in the country that hasnt one already is beseeching Congress for a Even overgrown New York cannot be happy without and is trying to capture Philadelphias ewe There are not mints enough to go so one city is trying to deprive another of this great But New York ought to I be ashamed of TVhat would Phil1 adelphia do without her Louis j is more liberal in this She dont want any other citys but is bound j to have one of her branspanking j new and no secondhand afiair at I Since she got left so far by Chicago in nothing will soothe her wounded vanity but a and a mint she is determined to Representative of plead most earnestly before the committee on weights j and measures for a mint for on Saturday He claimed that the great valley of the Mississippi is entitled to a and as the chief city of j that demands that it be located within her the director of the was present at the and he also made a statement favorable generally to the establishment of a at some point in the Mississippi The discussion of the subject was renewed Garrison presented the petition of certain citizens of Virginia for dredging Pascotaway the petition of Philip TVollford aud Wesson for relief also the petition of asking that the value of certain tobacco be refunded to Tucker by unan imous count introduced a bill for the re lief of Lewis Johnson Cabell was granted leave of absence for three days trom late Chap lain of the House of and pastor of Mount Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal preached his farewell sermon yesterday to a very large congrej He is a preacher of very line j and was greatly beloved by his i congregation whom he has served for thelast four He will attend the approaching session of the Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal Church South to be held in next at which his successor will be and lie will be assigned to an other field of A portion of tho people of Dakota arc for its admission the special order for future but Randall The Senate Committee held a special meeting at which it was intended to take final on two im portant of fixing the revenue fund of the Treasury for re demption purposes at in with the numerous amendments and that of Beck to prevent the over certification of checks by national but owing tothe absence of several mem bers Tvho wished to participate in tho dis both subjects were postponed until The Senate Committee on Commerce have agreed to Vests bill to incorporate the Inter oceanic Ship Railway commonly known as the Eads and Vest to report it to the which he did to The bill as amended provides for a guarantee by the United States of a divi dend of six ocr per annum for fif teen on of the capital stock of this the total stock be ing and stipulates that in re turn for this assistance the shall transport gratis for ninetynine years the War vessels and all other property of the United and shall transport American merchant vessels for onehalf of the rate charged by the company on all other commerce except that of There is a further provision that for any advances made by our Government under its guarantee the company is to give payable in fifteen without which bonds in the event of their nonpayment at are to be re ceivable in tolls on any American with ten per added to their full The guarantee is to attach to tho extent offive million dollars when ten miles of the Ship Railway and the termi nal works connected therewith have been completed and tested in the presence of en gineers of the by the safe transportation of a loaded weighing from tho harbor to the terminus of said ten mile section aud back at an average rate of speed of six miles per TVhen another ten mile section and the terminal works at the other end have been completed and another five millions are to be The oilier 000 are to be guaranteed when a commis sion of appointed by the Presi shall have examined the uncompleted portion and reported its completion prac ticablc at a cost not exceeding If the commission reports in the no further guarantee shall attach until a ship weighing four thousand shall have been safely transported from ocean The on Foreign fairs this morning had under considera tion the subject ot abrogating the Ha waiian the objection to the treaty being raised by the sugar interests of the country because it permits the introduc tion of sugar from those islands free of Randall of Lou representing the sugar interests of that and of New representing the sugar refining in terests of that made arguments before the committee in favor of the on the ground that it is prejudicial to the interests of American sugar producers and Handy presented a monster petition of citizens of New York asking the abrogation of the The Howiiian Minister and of replied speak ing in opposition to the The committee took no final action on the sub BTUEF Lewis is in the city George of Virginia is also in the Miss Maggie one of Richmonds is visiting her in this John Lewis is in the city to and in response to the question what he was a Virginia Republican said hu could ii t iiiiagiue iia theie ia ttu meut ber of his family who has not a good of The Presidents secretary came all the way from the WhiteHouse to the Capitol today to bring a and when he got to the Senate chamber lie found thathe had forgotten and had to go back after Conkling has declined his appoint ment as one of the Justices of the Supreme National bank notes received today for receipts today Internal pastorate of Hie Seventh He was in his usual health last and preach ed in hie church as It is supposed he died of heart THE TlircuUiicil t Ba ton NEW March Tho follow ing appeal has been received here March lov ocs of TVcsl Baton Rouge cannot stand much greater A call is made me interior parishes which will Provincial Council oi tliu Cudioltc March Provincial Council of the Catholic Church of this bishopric made its preliminary organiza tion iu private session This bishopric comprises ten all ol Uiat without a are represented by their It is thought thoquestion of education will receive important consider The exercises yesterday were most im At 10 there was a grand procession of altar and bishops from the archiepis copal residence to the bishops in pontifical robes and priests in cassocks and white As the j procession entered tho cathedral all theCatholic churchbells in the city pontifical high mass in thu calhcdia a choir exclusively of priests chanted the The urchiepiscopal thronestood a cross leaning against Bishop of preached the Illegal Collection or Political NEW March is reported about the Federal building today that the United States grand jury have found an indictment against Nchcmihh special agent of the aud that It will bepresented in court tomor It is said that the indictment con tains nine or ten and charges Curtis with Collecting assessments from governmentemployees which were used for political purposes during the last presidential The indictment it is found under one of the sec tions of the congressional appropriation a Suspension of Ho n tw 90 UM thaa AdTertlMMDU MhMw plrttlou ot contract will for tnuutnt tVAU tniultnt mlttrtUtnttnb mtuC very good at Prime wlotorat Wi NEW YORK March Wow dull Whout bcavy aud dull Corn dull but a Hhade Fork dull and weak at tlC tmyt Lard heavy at SpirlUXrf Freights aud BALTIMORE JUarch steady and active Howard street anil western BO 75 ffl City Mills BO 75 Itlo 75 Iatapeoo family quiet western opened declined and closed easier southern 35 am Jl 44 IMaryland rod 88 askeil western winter 28K 81M01 31 southern t DMY MARCH EXHIBIT ON MARCH T T a beantlra assortment of SPRIG ADAITED TO 8MUNG u new line of rlcycprMirchVttSttaiJkod 81M01 Send at once mouoy to our thousand dollars may prevent tho disasters of Will tho people ot Mar and Ibervillc respond to the call for aid in their own defence 1 Signed PresidentPolice The Baton Rouge people and the local authorities of Point Coupcc and West Baton Rouge are not able to defend the long line of levees extcuing front liiokey to Tho State husnot the funds for this aud thu parishes to the south and west protected by our levees should irespoucl at once and remit to the president of the police jury of Point Cou pee and West Baton Rouge The authorities of these two parishes are hon orable and energetic and every cent contributed will be employed to the beat We call upon those interested directly in maintaining these levees and make no appeal iu this time ol general distress for outside Signed The parishes protected by these levees annually produce about hogsheads of besides cotlou and LA March 10 yesterday at Pittrnans three miles the left bank gave way and there is now a sweep of water thirty feel wide and ten feet Three large plan tations are already under On the on the Morgan from the 44tlrto the 40th mile the water is within 18 inches of the Efforts have been made R stop A number of saoks and two hundred men have been ordered There is another serious crevasse about miles from which started nt tho same It is the west side of the bayous on place and is 05 feet whlc by 8 and is They are at work at it This covers Jay and Legardes places superintendent of the Morgan who has bccii has ordered all the section hands available to this Tho water has fallen in the bayou one foot on account of SPRING JACKETS AND AleoOlL SILK CIRCULAR FOR LADIES AND All of tho above goods have Just been pnrchBBCd by Mr and WB boj to remind our friends hat every piece of tho gooda is absolutely FRESH AND We liiive not a ynrd of Old Sprluc DrcBH Goods In our und iioiwlthstuudliig what others adver you will lie convinced on cxnmlnution that we uro selling goods lower than any houso In the WE HAVE NO LONG DIVISION OF PROFIT TO mid It mtiet be evldoiit that wo can therefore LEAD IN LOW I We will cHiKcinl attention to ti few IMCCCH of Cut SILK VELVETS For Over Dreeu and which wo will of fer At lean thun ONE HALF THE COST UF IMPORTATION 1 beautiful luwortmcntof COLOREDMOIRE ANTIQUE Our Oil Silk Circulttrn we will suit 20 per cent Icn limn you have to pay elsewhere BERNHARDKID GLOVES i IN BLACK AND SPRING FOSTER KID GLOVES IN BLACK AND SPRING I THE BEST KID GLOVES FOR A PAIR T t A A A I IN I We have plenty ot TJTICA No Kcarcity of mid wo are selling them far ks tlvuunnypncolHel PARASOLS PARASOLS PARASOLS ON TUESEAY7TH We will exhibit a auflorlmeiit of PARASOLS AND SUN FOR LADIESAND from a common Gingham Parasol at cents to SATIN PARASOLS AT Dont forget that every one of the paraBplfl arc 11 M oil You Thauking our friends for ihCnuuiy acfca ofkiud nei8 ire have received at thetrhandB since vre have been in we beg to assure them thai we are to merit their favors by liberal ity und fair dealing on1 onr and to remind them thai it is to their lio lean than to TO ENCOURAUE It is the life We are determinedtoprove that the day for big profits in Petersburg lias eaii aud will sell goods as low aa they bought in nny market in this mli 0 2 Iron Front by March banking house of Charles Sweet 40 State this suspended this causing considerable excitement iu financial cir A committee is now investigating the affairs of the and it is asserted by those familiar with its business that the suspension will prove but a temporary The house has been advancing it is to the Massachusetts Central i carrying its bonds aud placing j them in the The road is a new i one its bonds have shrunk in and j the banks which have been carrying the bonds on Sweet Co for addi tional To this call tho firm has been unable to MATTINGS We hitvo received our first lot of T TINGS PLAIN RED CHECKED AND VARIOUS TO BE SOLD CHEAP DAVIS 2 Iron Front INSANITY OF THE WOULDBE ASSASSIN OP THE j Ail Escaped Convict police here have arrested one Gaston who ir T i escaped from the Missouri penitentiary March the wouldjtwo years Derohan is highly cdu bo assassin of the was quietly rej cated and lo be a Catholic moved on Saturday to the heading j Hc was scrving a term in Missouri for The solicitor of his family writes that he stealing a sum of money from a priest in possesses certificates of the eminent jn he prisou al sicians Maudsley and of the and his swindling exploits istencc of mental aberration in the prisosince that time have been many and va ner of long and that ho lisa no hesitation in saying that there will be no difficulty in establishing the fact of his He adds that it is true that the prisoner is the same man who attempted to wreck a railway train in and that he was formerly confined in the Wells but that it is untrue that two doc tors in Windsor had declared him THE QTJEENS THANKS TO March following note from Earl Granville to United States Min ister Lowell is prirUed My Dear Lowell I have just received a message from the desiring me to convey Her Majestys acknowledgments for the congratulations you of fered in behalf of the President and people of Ihe United and to express her thanks for the kind feeling manifested towards her QJ TO TUE MERCHANTS OF j QQO VIRGINIA ANDlORTH Shooting LITTLK March spe cial to the Gazelle from Arkansis City says There was a shooting affray here on Sunday in which Hall was killed by John who Death of a Pennsylvania March Benjamin Bentley died here this morn after a brief He was former ly president judge of the 29th judicial and later judge of the Lacka wanna He was 75 years Kinking of a Kivor steamer James from Cincinnati for sank in the channel under the railroad shortly after noon yester day at this Suicide by Nuddcn DcnUi of n Popular Clerjryinnii j March March William i agwl committed pastor of the Seventh Baptist j hanging himself in church and a popular clergyman of this coSCniiiitciAliT died suddenly at 2 oclock this mornj He was a na RICHMOND live of Smith and came to this vf city after the close of the late and succeeded the lato Fuller in tho 35 fair at 30 common Ji NS N N N N N X NN NN OO O O o o o o OO TTTT T T T T AND H II II 11 II 00 o o o o yy y sssg N 8SSS N NJT aSSs DAVIS or TUE niai OP DRAKE 21ROH FRONT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO YOV THAT THEIB Spg SiM of Ms ihitrd to yonr wants Is now and will with any in this article pertaining to Spring Stock ia al foluiiiy and rtooght the very lowest prices from innnniActnrcrg and their We propose to sell prompt men on as lilwrnl terms and aa low as any jobber in the United OrdPrH from reliable parties which will nlwayfl hnvo prompt and sent on not can bo returned at our ex OnotMloon on rnh 0 UBORQB DAVIS   

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