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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - July 22, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                PaynWe lu Served ty Carriers to their Sutwcrlbert tlty 15 KT payable Kiitered at the Post FANCY CO01MI ANNOUNCE A BIG MARK DOWN OS BEST QUALITY LAWNS TO 10 EXCELLENT QUALITY LAWNS TO 0 BOIU early In the season at 15 ceutf 10 never were so i OINGHAMS for Childrens wear from lOto BIG MARK DOWN ON LADIES USDEHGARMEHTS KIRTS at CHEJIISE NIGHT DRESSES at BIG MARK DOWN in Childrens LOUR and Short as the stock is entirely loo large prices to he made very v oatisfuitury lo the BIGMA11K DOWN lu all of DKEHS Price not so much au object as lo reduce thu BIG MARK DOWN ALL THROUGH THE BTOCK BOUND TO BE REDUCED to make room for Fall Goodfl A PPE A VOBVXXXIL JULY PRICE THREE AT THE STATE CAPITA MATJUMONIAL ENTANO OH NO NEWS AN1 Special Correspondence of the July Since the unpretending town of hidden away Peaks of has been bold enough establish a bureau matrinionial Man our has be come a rival business of insuring a man until aitkinsthe dangerous coast in the sea of AH fairminded men of all parties admit The new chartered under he law of the is The Mar iage Aid Association of a Jenevolcnt and has the ollowing Pres dentand General nee and F Secrc ary and all of ilembership fees are and for insurance of and Monthly dues are 10 per and an annual charge to be insured and A reserve und of 10 per is to be set aside until he sum of Shall have been accu If at the end of five years the ubject shall not have imposed himself or lerself on some innocent member of the he will be paidthe whole sum jut in the The advertising matter f the new company is going aroundto The city hands and carts are unusually iusyon the work of improving the streets and cutting and filling for new thorough interrupted and obstructed by ravines ind hills in which the town ey are connecting Navy Hill with along 7th which will open up as building lots for hundreds of houses eight or ten acres This overlooks the entire yardsof the Ihesapeake Ohio whoso employees vould gladly have their homes it being convenient for especially those on the aud frequently stop ROSENSTOCK 10 FSOLID Very often we read u very high adyer tisemenl in the upon iuepeclionjs found to contain a repclilion of euch as selling out rcganileas of and upon looking tlirpngh the advcrtiacrs only a few reraanls of shop worn goods can be found which are semiaumtally need as bulls for the un His the object of this advertisement to present a few solid for the reading public to poudcv over and profit 1 have deter mined lo slop keeping and are closing out all kinds at none because they Tare all desirable and If you save from to on a pair of shoes yon should be satieftcd this can be done now at 210 Sycamore Second 1 have twice as many Summer goods on hand as I ought to have for which so much cool weather thissummeristoblfttac I am now giving a dis count of on each dollars worth of summer goods you buy this is a rare chance Tor summer nnder flue I invite everybody tocftH aud sec the of Waterproof Linen Collars and Cuffs floating ia the everybody should use them iu hot woathc The Reliable jy ISMVk 210 Sycmnore Wholesale and Kutail Dealers In HABLISTON Wholesale and Kul 0 AXP JJASY 20 SYCAMORE AND SYCAMORE With increased facilities will offer jmpcrlor in anccmenw over house ID section and CM duplicate that of any other honee In the We cordiallF iDtite you to examine our extensive AINSLIE TCAERIAGE The lareest Manufactory of BngRtoj Hoad In the Vi carry a stock of vehicles that for quality am compare favorably with flay in Uie bulled HUD TOR FMOM Ajn an pORN FLOUR AND MILL FEED FOI SALK AT KAGLB Orders svnl tn S SWARD my 15 Will nvc prompt attention TU8T IlEOKIVKD A CAR OF TWENTY BUG tJ which makes my stock ronnlft Top NoToj Side llur nnd End Spring Sprln TOlpn Linen Lap DnahWj Horco W Sycamoro n the city only a few hours during the from Wythevillo Uiis to the of the Western Nortli Carolina is in the citv Judge Bassctt French went toNVasUing ton this ivliose hand was badly mashed by the Frederickshurg coaches will probably lose the assisianWurxsriflljsindent of the froih tlie Warm where his wife has been lying She is improvement Jndge ExTreasurer is in It israining aud reports from North Carolina say that a storm swept through that State jlowlng Bales Unlay sujrg Clans B bonds B Q at 80 city Oa at lllii SWU Itlchnioud city 1189 100 shareu Cluwapeuku aud Ohio raUrowl do at 2JH 10 Mares ctersburg railroad stock at 31 H i NKW 21i Stoclq and tending UJK 485 State boudu nominally Gdverurneuls slrim aud oncrally IHorc The line of 31st street is hcing cut down from Grace to and the earth used to ill the same between Broad and This piece of work is probably the most expensive ever done by the Venable street from the Chesapeake hio depot Oakwopd Qemetery is eing The season isgood for the and the result will o property andthe city at The report that the Kendall bonds arc by the Sinking Fund meu ioned is now lokling of the Board was agreed to yes erday evening in order to Callow Ken lall to appear before He came today it 11 and he no be formed plainly of the reasons re ectionof his printed TheState las had such a sad lesson taught her by a looseness intlic her afUord to run any risk and as Kendall has not done what he said he would he him self cannot expect anything else but a rejection of the a1 man oCbus must antici ialed and leafed here that he has kept a paid agent in the city all the time to help the It has become common to trace all of our disappointments to political causes even if our exertions want the first essen ials of honesty and your readers will that Mali oil e will charged with Kendalls tt is a matter of business entirely for the through its to protect her In question of doubt the safe side is the only one that is tolerable to The grangers and farmers of Southamp ton county and its environs turned out yesterday to the number of at Holy Neck where they spent a pleasant dayin drinking discussing the fertil izer and transportation About 500 of the party were The Old Dominion and the Bay Line Companies carried a large crowd from Portsmouth and Norfolk The grangers dedicated a hall which cost and thetransportation com panies had iheirreprcsentativcs present showing their great consideration for the farmers interest and his The ousness of the occasion was and the Commissioner of Agriculture left the place a sick He passed through this city today en route to his where he will rest until he gets Agricultural Chemist of willgo York next Mon day to purchase the laboratory apparatus and supplies for his quarters recently fitted up in the agricultural They will cost Daviss cannery has not yet gone into operation for flic A workman at on the O whose name I fell from one of the buildings of the going up and was Edmonds and family were thrown froma wagon yesterday at Mill Edmonds was badly One son had an aruibroken and another a Withrow had both arms A gentleman returnedfrom Culpeper county brings good news from that He the crops arc all splen did and that the faces of the citizens show that they are In the office of the railroad commis sioner was received the centennial map the United and which has just been It is 144 square feet in and makes Petersburg aud Din widdie as large as There was a heavy rainlast night and night before in Caroline and Spotsylvania counties and the corn crop is andjs A good crop in these counties is now In Car ollne the tobacco is as good as was ever and hail and frost only can now injure Bassclt Hustings Judge of was in the city yesterday as a witness in a suit against General Mahone by a Atkinson of The amount is about and is for work dono in your The case was fixed for trial lor Tuesday The large building occupied by Levy The smallpox isi prevalqntrinj and the mayor of the city calls upon the city council to use every effort to promote rf I Wednesday Isaac Daris colofedjjOt ate a halfpeek of nesy Irish1 potatoesat Norfolk and died Wednesday uight frOrn tho ef Gold has been discoyered in paying quantities Bedford coiuitvv The chemists reports are very Much interest is felt in the results of a deeper sinking of the Morehead i making preparations to start a spool grist mill ber yard at the Fauquief Dog wood is the timber used for the jnan ufacture of spoolsahd the Woods of Pied mont Virginia abound with J V Today Uie supervising architect off iae Treasury will pass upon the bids that have beensubmit ted to him for lots for the of the projected public building at Anumber tyids have been but it is not sureihat all of the lots offered are either in location or The Stfaighlout Republican Convention met in Portsmouth on Some sixty delegates were all the cquntiesof fhe district bf of was secre John Dezendorf was re nominated by Resolutions condemning ihe course of the Adminislra tion and pledging support to the nominee were after which a District Com mittee was with John Callahan as The Board of Trustees of RandolphMa con College met today in the lectureroom of Centenary Methodist The report of the treasurer was read by Richard which showed the financial condition of the college to bo in better con dition than at any time since the Rucker was elected physician to the Rucker is a native Amherst connty butat present is located in Fairfax He is a young but issaid to be a skilled arid was endorsed for the Bentiett was reelected President of the State of iVnva The general naval convened at the Mare Island navy the trial of En sign Clarence ou charges of absence from his station and scandalous has acquitted the accused of the ehargesjaud his acquittal has been approved by Secretary A naval courtmartial at Newport has found Nelson third class boj guilty of disobedience ot orders and disrespectful language and and sentenced him to one years imprison and lo be dishonorably discharged from The SccretavyiOf the Navy lias mitigated his sentence to three months with loss of Surucoii stationed of hospital has been ordered to proceed to for the purpose of examining keepers of the lifesaving stations as to their physical AssistantSurgeon Lloyd Curtis has been ordered to duly at the naval Master Joel Barber has resigned from the to take eftect August and the resignation been accepted by President isnowon duty on board the torpedo vessel1 Alarm now at thev Navyyard repairing from which he will be detached August and is granted a years furlough from that time to the date his resignation takes He is a resident of entered the Naval Academy June and was promoted to MasterAugust and now stands 14 iu his He will probably be a Lieutenant when his resignation takes unless the Naval Appropriation Bill passes in its present Chills and and Bilious cured with Standard Qiire infalliblercmedy never fails to cure the most longstanding cases where Quinine and all other remedies had They are pre pared expressly for malarious in double two kinds of contain ing a strong cathartic and a chill sugarcoated contain no Quinine or Mer causing no griping or purging they are mild and certain in their action and harmless in cases they effectually cleanse the and give new life and tone to the As a household remedy they arc For Lifer Complaint their equal is not will have a wonderful effect on the worse They arc used and prescribed by and sold by Druggists or sent by mai 2o and 50 cent Emorys Little Catfuirtic best ever only 15 Standard Cure 114 Nassau New i Curtis T j Sonic ago General Newton M exTreasury was convictec in the United States Circuit at New of thecriirie of collecting money from officeholders for political purposes Sentence was suspended On Thursday application was made by Dis trict Attorney Woodford for say ing he intended carrying the case to the United States Supreme Judge Benedict said passing sentence would not prevent the case being cnrriec dry today by I to the Supreme lie then sentences Pace for Curtis to pay each on the first and There were twentytwo passengers down j eighth counts of the making from Washington three ol whom were German immigrants going to Wheat received torjay Prime brought An excursion party of about all from speeding the day The most decidedly colored seem to prefer the capitol park ns a rendezvous and resting white the pale faces seek syrup at the soda They all seem to he a contented The Attorney General is expected here the prisoner lo stand committee until the fine is Curtis was remoycc to the marshals It was cxpectc tho finewould be paid duing the after Latei in the afternoon General Curtis was placed in charge of his who waa made a United States deputy maraha an application to ChiefJustice who is nt present at lor a writ of habeas corpus returnable be fore the Supreme Court of the Unite flNANCIAJU Tue followlo July AKAKlM j Tho Times in a leading article expresses ALEXANintiA OF ITS j belief that tho opposition Parlia mout will move a vote of censure on the July Pasha i dilatory action ot the gpycrnment after tho has diverted the Iilahoniudieh which i massacre at Alexandriu iu audits upplies Alexandria with but it is j want of foresight aud preparation when believed that tho greater part of the cistho bombardment of that city had been town have been recently decided Thetelegraph has been cut near Kafrel j In tho House ol there is no be Gladstone gave notice that ho TIIK BOXUS tsiecial to rtieIudcix July Fund Board rejectedthe Kendall bonds this evening and gave the rinling to the American Banfc Note Until thewoik is done Measurer will issue certificates to holders if W be refunded as they are sent These certificates will bear interest and will be taken in when the new bonds are FKOJI COKGliESSIONAL July 21 of from the Com mittee on reported a resolution providing that the remainder of second hour after thereading of the shall be devoted to the cpnsidcra ion of measures reported ironi commit tees to four of from the Commit ee on Foreign Affairs reported thebOl to ncorporate the Maritime Canal Company of Placed ou the House of South Caro rising to a question of personal privi ego respecting w hatMr of had said of himin the liecord about an election the Senator scathed denominating him a cur of low de THE PAST MAIL Postmaster General Howe visited the Senate on and held a long con sultation with Senator of West relative to certain proposed changes in fast mail The 6stuiasterGenerai reassured Davis that he would do everything in his power to promote the mail sysiem throughout he as well as in any other sections of the A short delay is nessary n perfecting arrangincnts with the rail companies to protect the interests of he Naval Court of of which Commander Phelps was ap joiuted to investigate the steamer Rodgers in November last in Lawrence submitted a report to Secretary Chandler exonerating auy one TOnvblauieand attributing tho of ire to spontaneous combustion in the Forehpldof the Elopement of a July circles liere have been thrown into a flutter by the elopement and clandestine marriage of First First Regiment Illinois National Tlie lieutenant became enamored of his Miss daughter of the Moses residing at 711WestAdams Coribue is a beautiful and moved in highest circles and fondly loved her who was Her parents looked with disfavor on the lieutenants and sent Jieir daughter to and soon after They one day telegraphed her true Hecame in the they eloped ind were married secretly at aud returned to Chicago to await and Knight sadly returned home and refused to recognize wilful A mutual friend is nego and interesting developments arc expected and Full Uiver July At Ceene Brothers offered to pay the striking asters fifty per of the advance asked but the lasters refused the The Irni then made the following which were also refused That the firm 3e allowed to select a referee and the Casters the two to name a to settle the difficulty and that the would meet the Advisory Board at its fac the Mayor of sent a let ter to Keene Brothers yesterday stating that if they removed to that city sufficient help would be Shoes were sent out of town yesterday for and more will though this is quite costly to the FALL July The trouble at Tecumseh Mill no sooner ended than an other strike among spinners was institued in Metacomet The cause of the rouble is the The strikers at the Tecumseh Mill have all returned to PORT July The Era fla men and brakemen did not consequentlycue great report that tho Sultan had agreed to enter with several has lh uoitreiUo point within three miles of Arabi Pashas which were found be very Pasha Governor of Alex has returned here from Cairo by way of Port He has made the fol owing report to the On the way to Cairo 1 saw Europeans being mas sacred and their houses pillaged at Tantah and where the Alexandria rabble had They cut off the hands of Berbcrins because they served Arabi Pasha had a meeting at Cairo of all the ulcmas and and asked them whether it was right to obey the seeing he had sold Egypt to the ordered the military bakehouses to make loaves daily for the British without jrovidingforhisbwn and sent tel Irlcstas a July John Flana at one time an inmate of Father Dowds Patricks Orphan three years ago got out of pure af fection for an old to get him identi fied at the City and District Savings where he cashed a check for on the First National in company with an American named He com mitted similar depredations on the East era Township Bank of Sherbrooke for They escaped to the were extradited and sentenced to the peniten Smith for six Flanagan for Flanagans term expired Wednes He was and will stand his trial for the first The alIoivM in 1IASGINO ON JAMES July Walsh was hung here today for the murder of Barbara GreenthaK Xorth Icmicrntt July Whar ton ot Cumberland was nominated hy the Democratic convention of the Third district for last on the ninetysixth The Saratoga July At the races today Jennie won the first In fue second race both heats won by Fantiniui A celebrated preacher makes the recommendation of Ayera Pills a matter of religious When people arc bilious and what they need i tho Gospel of In such ihs boat creed to swallow consists of the thirt BUgarcoRled articles in a ween liaselTiii and The eruor of receives all his instructions rom Arabi in the capacity of position is Moiiday ask for a note ofcredit for strengthening the forces in Ho said he would state the amount desired on Gladstone confirmed the jgranis iu their The minister of interior at the VlahmaudPasha Barandi practically di rected the Sheik Hassan re ommended declaration of holy mt at the instanceof the Cop tic Patriarch moderation Tho meeting ap Jbinted a committee to go to Alexandria n order to verify the accusations ugainst the It was arranged that a com mittee of start on tho 18th going1 from Cairo to Three Mudirs who wcremissed irom their postsare imprisoned in Cairo for obeying he Acouncil war of was hclci Mahmoud Barandi it is calculated that there issulHcientfrcsh wa ter in Alexandria to last ten T1IH IMlENDLNG WATlill KA1HNE AT July Ifeics has the following dispatch from Alexandria is at a Nothing is doing and nothing is The Roman cleaned and filled in less than a Tho fleet can condense sufficient water for iho crews ami but not for the who must go afloat or retire to the The Suez canal and Port Said are con sidered most There is only a small gunboat iu the and there are Europeans in Port with Several hundred soldiers with icld under Mahmond are at Port six miles The town is iterally at the mercy of the soldiers and Two British have gone i Port Arabi Pasha is culling in all the Bedouins in the neighborhood of The tho following from Al exandria The1 tankvessel Supply has been ordered Port She will be able to furnish sufllcieutwsiler for the Respectable iuhabitunts com plain that English soldiers have robbed and pillaged their The Daily TelegntpKa correspondent sends dispatch Arabi having erectedfortifications just opposite Aboakin Bay and upon the Mah moadieh fresh water placed a dam in the canal below his position close to flie cut the canal banks above the so as to send water all along thefoot of his shows that Arabi Pasha has made a great mis by damning the canal where he he secures plenty of water for some We have set to work to fill the reservoirs so as to save all the water possible but plenty will remain in the anal for present Admiral Seymour has issued a procla mation declaring that by sunset on Sunday all pillaged property and unclaimed goods may be brought to Lord Charles Beresford at the and that anybody bringing such things by that time will not be crimi nally After that those found with such properly will be At this evening the water was still flowing the fresh water but the exit from the canal into the being blocked by a party of sn that the water below the point whereat Arabi has cut it will be The Daily Telegraph states that Licutcn but he stated Porte had uot replied as to the sending of Turkish troops Gladstone announced that if the vote of credit was agreed to he would ask House to proceed with u tax hill to meet the increased expenditures in con nection with the dispatch of a force to MKUDtS AUVAKCE The Soudan prophet acting as an ally of has produced such a con sternation among the Mohammedans has arrived in Upper not far to southward of where years the tells the Nile was bridged from shore to and of people were worshippers in the teuiplc of The ease with which this prophet has been able to effect the virtual conquest of the with its OFAll tnnttmt utt in SWISS MUSLIN11 HJEOUCJJD IN RtciUy reduced La LADIES FANCY HOSE greatly reduced In greatly reduced In SUMMBK of every greatly re uuccdiu GOODS mSL of is not when theisola tion of that Central African region from the parent government at Cairo is con Ismail with all of his was a shrewd used to when ho was told of any monumental piece of rascality in the Soudftn What can 1 do My upper territory is distant the capital a month by the swiftest means of and any nor General I may soon assumes the prerogatives of a and the Soudan is thus virtually Few of the Khedives lieutenants ut tho real capital of Central Africa if Sir Samuel Baker and Colonel Gordon be ex have hadany other careers than that of robbers of the oppressors of tho people and active tho slave trade and all local schemes of con The Arab whose members are direct and unalloyed descendants of the best blood of where the stan dard ot Moslem honor and personal purity is the highest in tho Mohammedan world have been many times within tho past fif teen years on the verge of revolt against the Egyptian rule because of its corrupt and ruthless On one occasion during the reign of Moonlarz Pacha at Khartoum an official who constantly proclaimed himself as a disciple of Vol ho was visited by a body of devout and honorable sheiks from tho surround ing and they protested with elabo rate solemnity against hissacrilcge His reply ordering them from the I will shoot your religion 1 It was not long aftertliatMooularz died from a dose of powdered which the expert Oriental can with so little difficulty introdncG irilo thelittlc cup of black coffee so often during the day a tender of r T1IK JlibllUtTS With recruits from the different races bf the Soudan the Sarace and fired by Iho Moslem El Mchdi has had no difficulty in arousing a popular uprising along the line of his which lias brought him 800 miles to the northward of Khartoum and within miles of As it is high Nile where he His followers now arc that near tho First the jour ney down tho river can scarcely bo any considerable as the velocity of the stream is three miles an There are always at that point of the river nuggers and a small fleet of His other means of transporta tion for his horde consist of the many thousand camels and dromedaries which can be driven in from the both as baggage convoys and to mount the invad ing Passing through Nubia the Prophet will find a wretched peopled by wretched for Ibrahim Pacha found no better use on his pleasure journeys on the Nilo lhan to make them the target of in order to test tho accuracy aim with weapons presented to him by the sovereigns of From frontier of Nubia moving down the the in vaders willfind abundant abundant forage for their of no lack of But the fellaheen who may join them will be scarcely desirable having the blood of the tho Turk and tho as they are unarmed and unaccustomed to weapons more dangerous than the shep herds It has always beeu the pol icy of the Egypt im government to pre vent the cultivators of the soil from hav The force on its journey to Cairo will pass over fertile and highly cultivated sugar and corn planta antGeneral Sir Garnet Woleslcy will com mand the expedition to which will consist of of all Another battalion of marines has been ordered to prepare at once for service in MOKE EXECUTIONS OF EGYPTIAN BAU11A July dispatch from Al exandria tothe Daily Telegraph says I by thick settlements and will indeed There will be public executions today or be a novelty tg the Jsot since the I am asked to point out that clays of Ethiopian in ancient all the culprits have been convicted of I has there been such a barbaric in murdering Europeans under circumstances I What its effect may be when ar of exceptional barbarity during tho bomi riving at Cairo cannot be bardment of the The murderers will I but one fact is there is no hostile probably be shot by Egyptian It is quite he such execu lions will continue for some as every day brings to light similar THE SULTANS TO THE A dispatch from Constantinople lo Keu tcrs Telegram Company says the text of Fortes reply to the idtutical note of the power that can now be marshalled in Egypt to stay the inflow of the Prophet and his Three weeks hence and he can plant his ensign oa the citadel of when the world will eagerly watch the result of this strange powers is as follows If the Porte has not hitherto decided on its own iuiaiion to send troops to it is because it was convinced that rigorous measures were Ob Critical News from KEPOIITEI MASSACRES COSH KM ordered at si 20 fair July lias four ironclads to The second edition of the 2fmcn says tiie position iu Egypt is very critical and the serving with satisfaction that the powers Egyptians The reports of have lormally and repeatedly recorded i sacres at Cairo and Damietta are con their deference to the incontcstible and unj questioned rights aud sovereignty of the the by the Sultans j Persons recovering as ting1 sc as informs that as fevers ill be Porte consents to participate in the conj y benehtted by the use of Browns i Iron a true July Alexandria respondent of the Tiincn says that de j Lesseps has informed Admiral Seymour RICHMOND that the passage of war vessels through j the Suez Canal is a breach of 31 23 good at 51 pood The same correspondent says that Arabi i SJ Pashas force is and that he is I toj iV very good to recainint his influence because of the dei M to i 15 common to lay of the British His scouts have j iriine been at seven miles from Alcr NEWyORK Ho to establish re a w and lions with the Arabs in InpolJand southj Wheat fairly nciive nnHi31 crn j Corni moderately active and Iork The JJombay correspondent of Stanford The shipowners of Cali cutta have been invited to offer tenders for ihe transportation to Egypt of men and 000 Prayers have been offered in the Calcutta mosques for the success of Arabi The Constantinople correspondent of the Daily NCIM ways the 1orio has sisnt imperative orders to Arabi Pasha not to rnnke n DAVIS Linen iu great T ACUSl LACKSt LACES Our etock of Cardinal Rus Point Eeprit and other Laces lias been kept well because tho prices at which we have been eellliig them aro eoiuuch lower than other parties ask that we have continued to have a big trade in We now wishto reduce Block and hiivo marked them all away Dont fail to see our prices before Jy 17 GEORGE CORSETS CORSETS Boll the beat Corset in the AVo cell the hest Corset Iu the We sell Uie best Cornet io the Hell the best Cornel In the And belter goods proportionately jylT GEORGE DAVIS rpRUNKSi TRUNKS TRUNKS Wo call the ntlentionof tho traveling lo our Block of LADIES AND GENTS nil prades and AVo can show tho largest and bent assorted Block tn and will aell lower than same quality can bo bought G BAGS GRAIN BAOSI MerclmiiU nml farmers nro askedto look al our GKA1N BAGS before We of and ourarrnngiimnutH arc such compete favorably wjlli nuy oortboru jylB We have received n row new Lace makes oucemgre Our pricoD arc Come and Bee DAVIS GOT SALE Off GENTS AND LA GAUZE slock of these Roods we liave mwlc the following cwceplug reduction Itt prices Qiuts Gauze Shirts reduced from 75 to 60c Gents Gauze Shirts reduced from 50 to 37Ci Oootn Ganzd Shlits reduced from 25 to Ladies Gauze from 75 to Ladles Gauze Vesta reduced 50 to 89c Sweeping reductions la prices of White Nlghi Coraet Childrens Long and short nnd Shoit and every other article of OPPOSITION DRY GOODS jy7 2 Iron Front TO THE MEHCHAOTS OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH DRYGOODS ASD 00 TTTT H OO NH W SX55 8 8 I II 8 8 gH V 8 DAVIS CD 01 TUB TOOL 01 DRAKB E 2 IRON FRONT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUHCS TO YOU THAT THEIH of irime Foitz at n to fair at as dull nnd BALTIMORE July quiot nnd Ildward Sired nnd western Jl I cily mills Uin nKarty and closing eauy xouthern S2 3 wcntcru winter 8 higher wOKtem hiffher anil dull nonlhcrn IV W adapted to your la now and will corn pare favorably with any in this Every article pertaining to Spring Stock is ab solutely and bought at the very lowest and their We wopose to toll prompt on as liberal terms and as low an any Jobber in the United Orders from reliable parties which will always have prompt and goods sent on can bo retuniea our 4ca GOODS FORTHE PARTIES LEAVISG TIIE CITY WANT something to ZIMMER TUB PLACE TO GET Seaside and Franldin Square American Book Exchange tVfcinl Knowledge Pnblishlng and many other books of Writing papers and Indelible Ink and Indelible Impression nnd the best th ing ever Invented for marking Price jive It a trial andyou will use nothing Hem ember the place is ZIMMBKS BOOK M ED1OAL FACULTY Tho Petersburg Medical as a hivliiis felt tho need of R or business have appointed THRIFT to that iiiimton nnd tnia announcement in made that no take offcnco at havinc a bill prcsonttd through By order of tho Faculty rsiwtt y   

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