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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - June 29, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                JCVJCJRY M 1U bjf BAR iu 0 at rj JV Served by Curriers to their Subscribers In the tltjr IS WuU at Iwt Dice at M JwoudCIww JUNE DAVIS 2 IRON WELEADIRLOI I THIS IS AN ADMITTED FACT BY EVfiHY oue who einuilned our stock ulnce have betm In The reason is We have DO louu division of prollu to make jiud can alibi d to sell for a etaalkr adviuico oucoet than ihone who have to do Another very great advantage we have the that our buyer for more thau THIRTY YKAHS the waulti and tanes of thie and know what they be frequently tripe to New York to supply their and no man can Fiiccteefully cater 10 the requirements of his trade who is notbronght io daily contact with long experience aud ample capital enable him to buy to the advantage and our custo mers receive the full benefit of Deairing to reduce our stock of t SUMMER GOODS low as we shall from thia date make sweeping reductions in the prices of all such NUNS VEILING reduced to 25 cents a A good assortment of colors of our higher cost Nuns Veiling proportionately DHESS GOODS reduced from 50 per yard to all marked way PARASOLS We would reduce the price of our WHITE we have been Bell ing them so low that there li no chance to mark them We have but little more of that FRENCH OR GANDIE li yards wide at 30 cents This week will he the last chance to secure Dont full to see that FRENCH at 50 cents value ONE Our PERSIAN ftt and 30 cents are Oiir LINEN DINDE at 20 and 25 cents sur prise all who see Onr LINEN DE SYRIE in all grades is pronounc ed th o cheapen in Peters OUK JTiU STYLE OF TOCJCfXOS please every one in prices and Onr SWISS EDGISUS and trimming me handsome and NEW EDGIXGS will be ehomi this LAWNS LAWNS LAWNS Notwithstanding the inimonpe qiiautitien of Lawns which WE have sold in the lust Iwo we shall show this rnoruiug another addition toour stock of LAWXS at 5 POLKA STRIPES AND LAWNS at LAWNS at Others may advertise these goods ut the same but when you compare BTTLKS AND QUALI it will not tako louj for yon to decide where you will Thom who visitud our utore during the last two weeks cauuui have failed to observe that there was alwovs a crowd of buyers around our Luwu counter securing some of those great Wo shall not again this ao varied an aafoitinent of eo buy this There ihall uu longer be a complaint of uion pntcKB of drv in We intend to sell them an low ae they can be bought in any mar ket in thifl ami it will be your fault if you do not take advantage of that fact and buy at Ihe NEW OPPOSITION DRY GOODS HOUSE JeSl GEORGE DAVIS 2 Iron Front I ftr 1 T0 T11E MERCHANTS Olf IQQ VIRGINIA ABDlORTH DRY GOODS AUD Iff N 00 TTTT 11 00 gS H SSSS 88 H 8 8 X NNN 88 II 00 NNN N NN OO H OO M DAVIS or TBI rout or DRAKI 2IROH FRONT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO TOO THAT THEiH Sprig SM of Goods 4 adapted to your wants Is now and will compare favorably with any In thin Every article perttlnlug to Spring Stock Is ab solutely and bought at the very lowest prices from manufacturers and their We propose to sell prompt men on as liberal verms and low as any jobber In tho United Ordew from relUMe parties wilt always have and gent on uot be returned onr ex LACE JUTS AT 1C ALL CO LOUS Good 5 Laces from Scents a yawl up Hamburg Edges ac low S cents Black Bunting Ui4 a yard Real Hair Bishop SH worth 20 Black Satluand Water sJI prices Curtain 12i4 a yard Pearl per Pant at lowest Look at the Navy Blue Polka Dot Lawn 10 worth je wiuu I juii early secure bMznin Next Spoiswoodg Drug ato TCB CREAM HKU1UGEKATOKS JL with Jorcelian Lined Water Low prices at fi Bunk Jo 20 IIERKTNU W KST HILL PKRCIVALL attention to sales and prompt returns Good for mh 131im pORN FLOUR AND MILL FEED FOR SALE AT EAOLE sent vo SEWARD IS Will have prompt IL Y INDEXA THURSDAY JUNE PRICE THREE OTHER Jo 84 10 MOKTAUTY IN TUB We learn from lite report ol the Health OUlcer thai during the month ending June thirty three deaths occurred in The The following statistics are given in the re port Whites 17 colored Males 14 females Nativity Virginia Localitiet of Death First ward 4 Sec ond ward 5 Third ward 0 Fourth ward 6 Fifth ward 7 Sixth ward 3 Alms house In addition to the above the bodies of eight nonresidents were brought here for Under 1 year 13 from 2 to 0 years 1 from 10 to 20 years 4 from 20 to SO years 2 from 30 to 40 years 4 from 40 to 50 years 7 from 50 to 60 years Causes of Typhoid 1 cholera 1 1 phthisis 0 2 congestion of 1 1 convulsions infan I delirium 1 dropsy of 2 1 2 2 5 1 Brights 1 scrofu lous disease of the 1 Rate of Estimated popula To Rate of mortality of whole per per annum of white and of colored per NOTES HERE AND The School Board will meet on the 12th of July to elect teachers in the Public Schools of the city for the next scholastic Between the 1st and 12th of the month the nsual examination of applicants for positions as teachers will be the graduates at the Richmond Academy of isltation Monte Maria yes were Miss Alice Brame and Miss Alice both of There were four graduates in Richard Davis has awarded to Son the contract for a dwelling to be erected for his own occupancy on the lot on Union street north of Centre The design of the building is entirely new unlike any house in The plans were drawn by Major of The exterior will be very ornamental and It will be built of with Mansard and will be supplied with all modern improvements for People who complained a couple of weeks back about the cool have been getting tlieir fill of the other sort the past lew New lot Youths and Childsuaa good slylisli low prices also Kilt suits for boys to 5 years of at the corner clothing store of Harrison Call and see at Noah Walker thin underwear ol all and a nice stock of furnishing Call and see at Noah Walker white and fancy linen from 75 cents to Call acd Noah Walker fancy cassimerc and also cassiuiere suits to Wylie Quillian says after using three bottles case Blood Disease given up to satisfied will A To all who are suffering from the errors und iii discretions of youth uervous uiirly de losu of 1 will send a recepe that will cure FREE OF This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in Month Seuil a eelfndtlressed envulone to the JOSEPH Station New Yora oc a9 785 New formerly of Old Pictures of any kind enlarged to and elegant Portraits made of them in Oil and Smaller sizes finished in Ink or Water Information furnished to inquirers prompt Address as mh236ni VIRGINIA Colonel James of Danville recently raised 800 bushels of wheat of which the average was about 40 bushels to the The seed was obtained from Captain William of was knocked overboard from hi vessel in Albemarle sound on Sunday and The body was recovered and home to James who lived a short distance from had been drinking immoderately for several days previous to Friday evening he was seized with convulsions at a store in the and in a few moments he was In the trial of a case in the United States District Court on Monday United Slates and opposing had an alter cation in which a blow WHS struck before the marshal A misunder standingas to certain words used was the cause ot the The matter has been satisfactorily Early on Sunday in the remains of Riclvard Venablc a tobaccofactory were discovered scattered along the railroad track for a distance ol SOO wiihin a quarter ot a mile of the and Danville railroad He had evidently beuu run over by at least two freight trains last but whether accidentally orwheth er he had been killed and put on the track to be run over is not positively There are some circumstances that point to the latter The Buffalo Express has gotten nil its compositors on a and the editor ex plains that he has to set up his loaders with his own Saysht afraidictcm stride am fust retije up geT type beloae some oil Havnt sej qelbre in years HoWjS this and the prouf eithr Best ever Emorys Little Cathar tic pleasant to sugarcoated no griping only 15 cants a of Drug nists or by Standard Cure 1M Nassau New AT THIS STATE NEWS fKOM SOVTUWttST ON THE NOTES AND COM I Correspondence of the June member ol the Legislature for Tazowell came to the city to day from Danvilletu route to He is United Stales Deputy Mar shaj for the District of this United art in sessional So far only two persons have been sent to Albany lor violation of United States revenue The Deputy reports Tazewell and the entire southwest as still solid lor the coalition He represents Bovven as the most popular candidate for Congress from the 9th Dis The Richmond Blues will present their retiring John with a silver punch bowl worth one hundred dollars The presentation will be made at the Captains where he has invited them to Up glasses with him as he shall shake them a warm It is tolerably well understood that will succeed It is1 said by persons just Iroin the Uni versity that Campbell is to be tor ot that and that a new offi a Superintendent of is to be James Frazier will probably be Proc tor at the Virginia Military The Courtnow in session in this Judge will adjourn this evening and the jury taken to Nor New Kent is now among the many counties suffering for having had none lor three 9 Eight coaches filled with the Third Baptist Church Sabbath School and its friends went up to Maidens Ad venture this For several days large numbers of stu dents en route from schqol to their homes have visited tho The Library is today crowded with They are of both sexes and they have that careworn look about them that can only be removed by country much exercise and plenty of buttermilk There are thousands of us that would gladly go home with them for the but they are chary about The full of book lore and energy is opening the summer invoices of volumes just to They are much too pretty to asso ciate with the dust and dirt of the old building on the One of the individual institutions of our Central City Park is the person a de formed colored about fifty years of who sits at the Tenth street entrance to the and takes eleemosynary tri bute from such as choose to drop copper coins in his little cash He asks noth ing by For five years he has oc cupied his place in aud his rather pleasiug face is known to a Where were you Pleasant Kates asked a reporter In Dinwiddic now in Pe The idea at once occurred to the scrib bler that it is hard to keep a Petersburger out of How long have you been iti Rich mond Fourteen Is your business profitable Some days 1 get twentyfive I matte out to 1 have three my wife died some time Last winter while the Legislature was in session al most every gate was held by some one and complaint was made ot with the was ordered to give up my Alter fourteen days suspen I returned and I asked the man up referring to Public Grounds and he has not given the guards any orders to keep me although others have not come While the reporter was talking to Kate young white inaa with hands sat down on the steps near possibly indi cating opposition to Pleasants Do you not sometimes get a quarter or a half dollar menwTtff a good deal of liquor sometimes gives me as to Petersburg soon Astell has gone to A message announcing the extreme illness of a brother called Two weeks from today the State Cen tral Committee of the Conservative will meet in this city to solve the political Paynes friends should not insist on his running for as it was said here he was in the Claire Hotel meeting when they agreed to take up He is not one of the kind that will not carry out any promises There was a good tain today all the way from Fredericksburg to Hanover J j had a slight shower that cooled Ihe air at 3 At some points the indications were that damage was done by the emigrants from Indiana passed through Richmond today on their way to At four oclock this evening large crowd of ladies and children are met to gether at Jlarys Benedictine Institute on Fourth The giving out of medals for proficiency in music and com position always attracts a lull house at this Miss Lucy aged 90 died in this city this The Governor today pardoned two col ored one from Mecklenburg and one from Scott The report was largely circulated today that John Pein editor of the Stavle Gmctte German was He subse quently appeared on the street in good He is in the habit of indulging the second and sleeping laler than i usual loday his friends applied for an axe I and a policeman to effect an entrance to his The noise created aroused the gittcn Dcutsfher not before the report of his death had gone Large mein Freund I is now the Juue The following sales were inado UMluy AtUuui aud Charlotte income SV at 10 ohareti Norfolk tiud WoHteru railroad stock at 50X 5 shares CIlizoiiR BaukBlock at 23 SO shareB Clmr Columbia and AUCMUI railroad stock at 89S 130 do 40 shares do at Second Atlanta and Charlotte income CsutS5 50 shares Co lumbia aud Augusta railroad stock at 30 HharcR Petersburg railroad stock at Nzw June Stocks State byude Governments aleady nuc FHOJII Juue House at 1 45 oclock went into Com mittee of the of Cali in the the Naval Appro priation END OF THE CHIUSTIANCY DIVORCE Juue Chris tiancy has withdrawn her answer in the suit for divorce brought against her by her This was done on Monday afternoon in accordance with an arrange ment with her and it is under stood to be a final surrender on her It cannot be learned that it is the result of compromise between exMinister Christiancy and This will give Christiancy the divorce as a matter of The decree will carry the costs against As she is quite unable to pay Christiancy will doubt less himself be glad to defray this expense order to have this scandalous suit stricken from the DORSETS FAST The consideration of Route was resumed in the trial of the Star route cases in the Criminal Court The was recalled and further questioned as to the distances be tween points on the route and the and with his testimony the Government closed their evidence on the fifth route of the nineteen set out in the indictment Route from to Par rott was then taken The Doomed ME PRESIDENT RECEIVES HIS PREPARATIONS KOll THE June John the assassins had an in terview with the President yesterday after He was accompanied by spiritual who was present by special invitation of the Guiteau submitted a synopsis of the pamplet he Las prepared as tending to show Iho insanity of his and also a copy of the pamphlet He made an earnest appeal on be half of his and urged that the President give uu opportunity to fully es his brothers real mental condition in the manner proposed by of New before it was too He was confident that a proper medical ex would show that his brother was utterly irresponsible for his Ho deplored his brothers and could only account for it on his theory of The in reply to John said that lie sympa thized with him in his present and that he would give to the papers sub mitted iiis careful He did hold out to Guiteau auy en couragenienfto hope for Executive inter ference in his brothers STBADFAST IN HTS THEORY OF INSPIRATION Hicks stated that he has not asked the President to reprieve Guiteau on Ihe ground of as he does not to be an expert on that He has seen tiie President merely in order that lie might give any information con cerning Guiteausconduct while uuderhis observation that might be He says Guiteau is steadfast in his theory of and does not want to see his brother nr anybody who says he is in When informed of the effort being made to obtain him a Guiteu said he hoped the President would find it his duly to God to graut him a as that might be a means of educating the people up to his theory of inspiration but if it could not be done he would rather His lustadrnoni tion to Hicks in to seeing the President was in the following words Go no The matter is now between him the President and Let him act as he must give an He is re sponsible to SCOVIXLES MTSTERIOUS Scoville and her little daughter ar rived in this city on Monday She is inclined to be reticent as to her in tentions during her stay in but has indicated her purpose to see the President and endeavor to induce him to grant her brotner a She is unwill ing to say very much as to her for fear that some measures will he adopt ed by others to prevent her from doing what she Of late she has become very suspicious o nearly and keeping her own aud no one knows exactly what she will She says that she will go to the jail to sec her brother as soon assheliasdoue everything for him that is It is her tion to attend the execution if it comes to that and if she had any influence with her some startling events might be does not have tho same opinion of her mental condi easiest way to change the direction of the fall today were adjust ing the halfinch ropo which connects the springs of Iho trap with the individual who performs the duty of A fourinch square piuo connects the cell window with the scaffold and con ceals the ropo The ropepasses under the scaffold where it turns around a castiron pulley to the passing is loosened by an ordinarily vigorous pull from within the secoMxellIn shirting the floor today several pieces wore sawed from the flooring and these were quickly gobbled up by the correspondents present and carried away as The seanbld is a plain square frame constructed of Georgia light It is twelve feet twentyone feet from the ground to the cross beam to which the hanging rope is The floor is guarded by a railing three feet high and Is approached by fifteen The struc ture is very strongly braced below by dia gonal pieces of Tlic Great THEIR EFFECT Ell OF TUB TROUBLE NEW June handlers strike remains neU Uier party showing signs ot The strikers remain peaceful and The streets in the neighborhood of the various depots are blocked up with trucks laden with At pier Pennsylvania 50 Italians are at At the depot of the New York Central and Hud son River railroad thousands of dollars worth of perishable goods are waiting to to be The Erie and Pennsylva nia depots near the Battery are in the same condition as of freight aud no facilities for removing Ihe steamboat lines arc doing an immense and steps are on toot among the striking freighthandlers to induce the men who load these boats to join them in the and thus make it an impossi bility to move freight either by land or It was hinted at yesterday by some of the strikers that if some of these men can be got to join them that a further in crease to 25 cents may be A communication was received from the agent of the Erie Railroad today by the superintendent of the Produce Ex change in reference to the freighthand lers and stating that the railroad will receive freight from patrons in Jer sey City to extent of its and promising to adopt necessary precautions for the protection of At a meeting of the strikers in the af ternoon resolutions were unanimously adopted refusing to have any further deal ings with the firm of grocers charged with having furnished the provisions to the Erie Railroad Company that were gratui tously distributed to the Italian workmen on the docks of the Eric It was unanimously voted to Boycott the Jer sey City Evening Journal on account of articles which have appeared in recent is sues of the paper in reference to the JLERKS TAXESG THE PLACE OF JERSEY June striking longshoremen and freighthandlers held another meeting this Vice President Murphy slated that he was pre pared to say that if the companies refuse to accede to the mens demands in a very short time a general strike will be inaugu rated at and South Am boy and The situa tion at the freight yards of the various companies remain The Del Lackawanna and Western Company have a few men at work and are moving a few The New Lake Erie and Western Railroad Company are having freight handled on two of their nine piers in Jersey On dock i a large quantity of westbound freight is be ing with the aid of the clerks from the various who have been pressed into senice to fill the places of the striking The company re sumed work last night in the elevator with a small force of The Pennsylvania Company are shipping their freight over the road with little noticeable The Central Railroad of New Jersey are work ing a large The Jersey City Police Commissioners continue to swear in all comers as special These men are paid and fed by the different railroad com AN IRON MILL COMES TO June after noon a telegram was received at the offices of the Amalgamated Association from stating that the mill at that place had signed the and that thu men would be at work on This mill is operated by Kirkpatrick and is known as the Leechburg sheet iron and tin plate It has Line sin gle puddling and produces about tons a A large force of men are President Jones of the striking miners union has issued a circular to the asking for contributions in money and provisions to aid the strikers in maintain ing their present fight for 4 cents per A Criminal LYNCH LAW AND ITS DER AJTD ITS June after noon Deputy Sheriff Dolmann attempted to arrest a gambler named Gus The latter tired two shots at shot Day twice In seized and slabbed him six Uothvoll died almost Then brother to the dead and Sam Roth his ap and opened fire on aud shot him four killing They then mounted and NEW Juno evidence in the Mallcy trial is all alXer thirty six days of The prosecution is now summing THKEOYPTIAN SITUATION Juno Tho in an ed itorial says lu view of information we have received from various quarters we cannot doubt that preparations for the pro tection of the Canal are maturing on a considerable We have reason to believe that the First Army Corps and a considerable part of the Second are at full and should it be necessary to strike a sudden there would be no difliculty in dispatching twenty thousand men to Egypt in a few The corres pondent ot the Central at Constanti nople says it is reported Uiat Lord Duf the British has been in structed to aslc the assent of the powers for British protection for the Suez FEARS OS1 AN OUTJJHBAK AT ANY MOMENT June The British Vice Consul here has A consu lar official has advised Englishmen who desire to remain here to take up their quarters in the Eastern Telegraph as news might arrive at moment from Constantinople which might cause a pop ular Arabi Pacha declares that the natives implicated in the massacre in Alexandria oil the llth instant shall not be punished unless tlio Europeans who tired upon the rioters are also All the except Ragheb Pacha and Arabi Avent to Cario last even OF A SQUADRON AT GHmALTAK June The British commanded by the Duke of consisting 6f eight menof has arrived the Tho tor pedo depot ship Heel a arrived here today and proceeded FRANCE TO COOPERATE WITH Juno A dispatch from Alexandria says it is reported that France will cooperate with England in armed in tervention if such intervention be deter mined If necessary Franco will send THE SITUATION HECOMINU A private telegram trom Alexandria says There liave been fresh murders of Christians in the Delta An in tention is expressed of seizing some Euro as A correspondent at Alexandria telegraphs that the stale of the interior is becoming Several murders have occurred near The United States steamer Lancaster has ar rived at June The Ncwss Whitney special says that a fire on Mon day night destroyed one brick and three frame stores and 000 The Brooklyn arrived at Rio de Janeiro May having sailed from Montevideo May The Marion and Essex were then at The health of the three ships was and at Rio de Janei ro better than for LIE8IG HUT slightly wounding him and Charles Fox and Jacob who were standing tion as does not apprehend i Shortly afterwards Dolmann made a second that there will benny trouble on her ac lie expected that she would come but has not btcn in communication with Heed will inake one more visit to Guiteau before He says that he does not care to go as the visits arc rery painful to The Attorney General states that his or der regarding the admission of visitors to see the assassin Guiteau was not intended to exclude his relatives or his and that if the District Attorney is disposed to allow them the he will offer no PEEPAKATIONS FOU At the jail yesterday the preparations indicated for the first time that an execu tion is soon to take As the con demned assassin took his exercise in the corridor he could hear with cleiithliK cits attempt to arrest Mcntzel at his gamb ling Jlentzel again opened tire on the resulted in the death of Henry justice of the peace Hugh one of the proprietors of the Mountain and a saloon All three were instantly Latimer and Deputy Sheriff Bergian were seriously Menlxel was then seized by an enraged body of citizens and hanged to a sign over the Raton Deputy Shcrift Bergian is I and the citizens are wild with ex citement j CONFESSED CNDER ATHREAT 0V 1 DES June young man named Dclaire was arrested in Polk City Monday night on suspicion of being the murderer of the Mayor of last Under threat of j RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS or the imlnftcicr on bolb of the an an toolo lad Reiterative ta of EofeebUd CoDiUtutlou and female NURSING infer from porertror Rod U a apcctfie tor tbclr It the ioriKoraua and boilda up tbo entire aad excttea a geaeroua Qow of WEAK AND SICKLY Uailtuile tbe malt or or nerroui fill derlro lubttaotlal benefit frnm It rettoru njritem u condition back tjje bloom of INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS win1 dud it to and res tori OR lott Wbm tee aioroMh it wtalc and nourtilimeut tbc Kjtinict will proTe an lubitltuie fur It otlttier upon the appetite DOT offcudi tbo DELICATE who from toe or tMr will derire lutlac relief from U improve tbr purtQn tbo tins tfi WEAK AND DELICATE PERSONS who require irilOalal etpfclallr thane to Bnd thin prwjmrattoa totbelr It for the anil Vrroui Affwtioni usually IncMtnt to A lew itate of the AS A FLESH RESTORER it the The whole Kndancj or act I no to itttanUti diction of effect u tfre rollout and rouudatMtd Hid female and rotiuitaen to tHe mmtcttliuo THE LIEBIG HALT EXTRACT Ptm Extract of to tb4 and frM from It readily oo the vtomach BIK ntnr oonrliblDC TJi1 cenufno Ttptration on latwl a fine llkeatni of Btaon fow and of if tii tbat of Solo for WHA STEAMBOAT M pw lliw pw SO per UJT AdTeitlineioeoU M plrtUoft of will tot uuwltvi touufcni advtrtlfcmenti mtul inad JDKY 3 TMril Mvai ufcFeaji flite Goods ON ACCOUNT OF OUR IMMENSE SALES of THIN WHITJK GOODS during have been compelled to replenish our stock by large which came to hand by laet ttcam and wo are glad to that our stock In thin Hue la again we call attention to the ollowlog goodi M pieces INDIA 00 plcceB PERSIAN 10 WHITE LINEN pieces FHENC1I A few wore plocen of that Indian Another piece at that elegant Black Silk at 5 all wool Black Nuns 5 pieces of that superior Black Nuns Veiling at 32 LINEN UL3TKRSI LINEN ULSTERS J ust received another fresh supply of In very latest at pricco which cannot fail to MATTINUS MATTINGS 1 MATTINGS Another lot lust to hand in Red and and at moderate TRUNKS TRUNKS We have the largest and decidedly thecheapest lot otTrunks la the we adviae all in need ortheee ijoods to examine our stock before GRAIN BAGS GRAIN BAGS Wo have nst perfected an arrangement with the manufacturers of these goods by which we arp Hbled to offer bags nt bottom Planters and Cthere will do well to price our Califor nia iiud Jute before placing their LINEN PANT GOODS AND Our Mock complete In Plain and Striped Linen Drills Llneu White Liuvw Drills for men und LADIES AND MENS GAU55E AND G03SA MKR A large Hue of these goods at very reasonable suitable for ladles men and Call as they are going LAWNS I LAWNS 000 tjloces Colored ranging iu price from 40 pieces Colored Uuen Lnwn ut aO THE DIAMOND ThlH Is the very bent Shirt Bold in thin market for one H speaks fov Wo keep n full supply of Gents GentV Turndown nud Onrote Gents Whltonud Colored Hordwed GCIUH Kifl Cllovcs in all the new REMNANTS UTICA SHEETINGS We have another case of those J04 Sheetings ul 10ccuti per Call or yon may not net an they can only belind of DRAKE T1IE WHOLESALE TRADE OIT VIRGINIA AND NORTH DRME 3 IRO Invltu your attention to the largest Stock of DK T GOODS AND NOT10XS TffS Llheralterms to prompt Special attention to ull NOTIONS A my IB DRAKE A AJfJJ THK ALSO JAMKS S00 TRAIN FKOM PETERS burg every THURSDAY and connecting at City Point with the tinctnoss the sound of Ihe saw und the j Dulaire confessed that a gang Death of a j j June NEW YORK Wheat KOKc Com qnlst and Pork fairy active at from fit Spirits of 42 lOJfcJ Freichta BALTIMORE luno qnlet and Howard Hreet nnd western 4 SS softs City SHIN 4 OS Rio 87 steady Wualern higher Southern W it SWoatern winter red SI meady wom an Sontlioni Me formerly president of Central and widely nnd favorably known in railroad circles throughout the died this morning at Talladega in this hammer of the workmen on the i From bis corridor he could not i every sound could be The ners on the side which opens upon area where the scaffold stands have If you know of any one who is suffer ing from bruise or tell such to use Jacobs says of the well known priming house of Uosentlial fornin San Wo nil know of Jacobs arc at the o iho relief it i numbering fifteen had plotted to rob but j and lie brought desperadoes from priso Missouri named Blackinon to j the do the and that Wickes did the j had Tho same party robbed tho bank i Old Point or 05 Fare to 3 15 Special low rates to Excursion Freights to river landings as low as any other Office in West end Norfolk aud Western my yi BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPANYS POWHATAN their faces against the bars all watch safe in Kansas City some time De ing the proceedings as it possessed i laircs sister was working nt Stubbs and FBEIOUT LINES ron AMD POINTS for them a strange The scafj knew of money being in the fold itself has been moved about lour feet i MimnKit ov A TOWS MARSHAL south in order to bring the now adjustment J to the drop opposite the second This new adjustment is simply the turning of the floor of the scaffold in the so that Instead of dropping between the swinging body and the audience of of ficials and it will swing behindthe exposing the latter to fall The turning oftho scaffold floor was the Freight received every Friday and Saturday in East wing Norfolk and Western to be forwarded via Every Wcdscs KES1 day and Thursday in Weal to bo forwarded via City June murder j luwlow occurred at the county scat sYcamerat of Menifee on miute nt Baltimore wlih nil lino woa ft Mfisnnirfretitml cm that ilnv low ami rates Order wasa Jiasomc lesuvai ontuw ami ruotoi the town full of Tho town emcord Trne Merit Coiinanfc No better proof of thla fact ever been offered In thia community thun the success which has at tended the efforts of the RellaMe Shirt to cutablieh B business which should wic the puironage and approval of many of the boat citizens of Petersburg and tho surrounding coun Tho public now understand that when Sliirts and Drawers aire mnat ta correct fit ting and of the best tinaJity and that SAAt is tho man to fill tho The business has grown to such proportions that the number of is counted by and it seems as u a discerning public hae detennhmd to make the business one of the institntions of The stock of Gentlemens Furnishing Goods was never eo complete as at comprising all sizes and prices of Summer Undershirts finest qualities ot Lllee Thread aad oilier imported Uose linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs Upon Collars and Cuffs of the A and other celebrated Celluloid water proof Collars and Sleeveholders of metal and the Boston Garter for whitu and fancy Tics nnd and a thousand other indispensable ar ticlos for summer which can be had at tho very lowest prices at jel9 210 Sycamore T OOK TO YOUH CT STOCK OF DKY is Call and sec onr poods before bnyinir Gregory old Jct 3M SYCAMOJtE SUMMER HYGEIA HOTEL eitnnted 100 vards from Open all the to any hotel in the Surround injv tabloand senlet fishing and driving Preeminently a resort for Southron Terms less for equal accommo dationfl than any resort in the Climate ftvc from Malaria and for Insomnia truly wonder ful iu its soporific Send for circnlar dcgcrib lui hygienic 11ARH1SON my James admonished Joe j wlio was yelling in the to bo Kothwcll drow R pistol and hor fimhcr Informntlon nnnly to KRMUNHM Oflko wing Norfolk and Wwtcrn GOLD NECK SUITABLE FOR WEARINU WITH SCHOOL and othei chatms raniiiiK In price from 3fm DOLLARS KTiMOtfFOBS and handwrntt designs with SEALS of OB i New nylc OOU HUNTING small for with Solid Gold and Ladles short Gold litdst IcJO Votncr Sjcwnoro Bank   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

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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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 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 130 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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