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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - November 25, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                Payable In 1 I W1 I w bj Curlers to their SalwcrUxn U HIT 15 eente p payable at the at DAILY PPE NOVEMBER PRICE THREE PATAPSCO PATENT KOLLKH Bamliii iSactnrini 32 COMMERCE The valuable nlimemnl propertied of Jturylautl md Virciniu Wheai have long beeu locogulzed by wrlierKou f jd Bj thttuppitMluD of the Modern Ttollur Gmnbrill Company U produc iuij with ibib in its com for Bread tied Bifcun or uiviiis beautiful unueual inolbiure and diiitiiicLivc ricluienur PATAPSUU PATENT FLOUR IB thelettdiDx Aek your Uroccr for it IT any of tho Companys well kuoivu standard au L O U rL Y L OO rjr O o U O O U O O U LLLL OO UU RKR R H RRR R R R R 125 barrels OLJl BEST FLO 150 barrult COOKS 50 bnrrdfl UAKEKS 100 barreU fATAPSCO 50 barrels OITT For eida at LOWEST at the Olft Confederate DANIEL STJNDRtKsi PER STEAMER The beet Uningu Butter aud Cream 3acwry Cheese Kxtia large Smoked Touaues aud Beef Uevilled Tonsjue mid Lorned tC f in cane fresh ajjcl spiced aajiium and iu cane Imported aud American Snrdinee Piirw Olive Oil Swiso and Eagle braudConileuied Milk Chocolate Cocna and Broma Lea PerriuB cel ebrated tiance Curry Peurl Mac and Uat Meal of all kinds for ket Hi 25 UitUUEJtlKSl i r GROCERIES VTc offer to the Trade pounds Virrinin 3 narrels Apple 2 years barrels New Uibbe i 10 boxes Clear Rib BacoL 10 huxes Bulk 10 boituj Bacon 50 Pure Yellow iranulated B5 barrcix Cat Loaf XX Rio and Lairaayra 300 httrrelo Choice Kxira 25 aud barrel CaaeiidV SSWoxeu Summer Chceee barrels pure Sugar 50 barrels JIvrclinntK r All at market H ALLEN J3STABLI8HED HILL I GROCERS Ill SYCAiluRB Falthfal pereonaJ itUcntlon gmu Co the sale of mo llbenll CASH ADVAJSCK8 mids on Or dere for goods from roiponslii HABLISTON Co Bale and Rsail Dealtirs It AND BAB 20 FHANKLIK AND SYCAMOHJ3 With Increased facilities will offer superior In fiacemenU over any houne tn thiv section and dnplicftte that of any other house IB the we cordisllr innte yon to examine our ercensive etock Go TO MARKS HARRISONS FOR M MMm They hnve n srfectiim of NKW and HAND S FUKNITl and invite the public to call and examine their stock before purchtifin STJLES IKIUES At MARKS 123 bvcamore Olcrk u still still leads In CHEAP DRUGGETS AND WINDOW UNANIMOUS DECISION OF THE SCPttKM COUKT THAT COUIONKILLER 1 DOES NOT INCLUDE MCCLLOCUBIL I From the In the Supreme Court of Appeals Thur day Judge Anderson delivered the iug in which all the Judges con curred Commonwealth Smith The deleudimt in error Died his petitio in the Hustiugs Court for the city t repcesentiug that he is a cit zen and uixpayer of said and that h owes the Staie of Virginia for wxe and alleging that ou J uut he Usu dered Samuel or Tinslej bib Assisiaiit Treasurer of said th ollicei appointed by law to receive sai a coupon tor cut from a bond the Commonwealth oi Virginia and numbered issued uuder ibe at ot ajiproved Mareb 1879 entitled act to provide a plan of sell I ineut of the public in payment of hi said but lhe said Treasurer refused t receive said coupon in payment of sai and siill He sets out th coupon iu his petition verbuiimetliterutin and makes proferl of the aud aver that it is due and past and tha by the contraci of tlie Slate to receive i in payment of his he is euiiiled t pay his said tax wilh and is aggrieved aul injured by lhe refusal of said Treas urer so lo receive and prays the Com tnou wealths writ of mandamus to compe the siid to re it iu payirufnt of his said Hi said peliliou is verified by his Upon this peliliou the said Greenhow was summoned to appear before the cour to show cause why umandamtts should no be awarded aguiust hiui according to tut prayer of the to which he madi the following return by Tinsley Aisirtaut Treasurer That he is ready to receive said coupons in payment of such and demands as soon as they have been legally asceriataed to bts geu uiue and the coupons which by law are actually To this return aud answer the plaintif entered a general in which the defendant joined and upon ihe hearing thereof the court sustained the demurrer aud d ihe petitioner a peremptory mandamus aguiut the defendant commaud 10 receive Hie petitioners said coupon in payment of his said to wuich order of ihe said Husiiugs Court a writ of error was awacded by one of the judges of this wuich is toe case now before The refusal of Greenhow to receive the it is contended by the Atiorney who appears in his wurranted by the act of ap proved January entitled An act to liftvent frauds upoii the Commonwealth and lhe holders ol her securities in the colkciion and disbursement of it will be borue in mind that the coupon wuich was tendered by the plaiuiiff below in puymeut of his Slate tax purported to be a coupon detached from a Oond of the Commonwealth issued uuder tbe act ol Assembly approved March The first section of the act approved January which is relied on by lhe Atioruey General as authorizing aud requiring Treasurer to refuse to re cuive the coupon tendered by the plyinnff below in payment uf bis tax provides thai whenever any tax or bis shall leader to any person whose duly it is to collect or receive or dumauds clue ihe any papers or instruments in or engraving purporting lo be coupons de lucbed from bonds of the Commonwealth issued uuder the adt of entitled an act to fund the public iu paymenr of any such and the person to whom such papers are tendered shall receive lhe giving the parly tendering a receipt slating that he has re ceived the Siiuift lor the purpose of identi fication aud He is not au thoiized to receive ihe same in satisfaction and discharge ol the tax as ap pears from tue next section it is made peremptory on him at the same lime to require such taxpayer lo payhis taxes in legallender or And in case the laxpayer refues to pay in money as this second seciiou requires that the taxes due from him shall be collected as all other delin quent taxes are Section 3 prescribes what proceedings shall be had in case be deliverhis cou pons to the taxcollector and takes his re ceipt for as provided in section and pays his taxes as provided in firbi clause of section But he may refuse lo deliver his cou pons to the laxcollector iu dis charge of his and retuse to pay his taxts in money in which case it is pro vided by the laiter clause of section 2 thai they shall be collecied as all other delin queut taxes are And he would be necessitated to to his common law remedy by writ of to com pel the collecting officer to receive his coupons in fulfillment of the contract of payment of the tax in by applying to auy court for a writ of to compel the officer to receive payuieut in the Tue third anil fourth sec tions both relate to the coupons wuich lion 1 speaks of as being No others are designated Or spoken of as being and section 3 provides how they shall be treated in one nud sec tion 4 how they shall be treated in the other ase but both have reference to the same coupons which section 1 and assumes will be tendered in piiymeui of No others are designated or referred and consequently coupous pur porting to be detached from bonds issued under the act of 1879 do not fall within the purview of the act in Such is the coupon tendered by the taxpayer in this eas in payment ot his State We think thai this is the plain and ob vious construction of the enacting i clauses of the act of January before re ferred There is no ambiguity or ob scurity in the language employed iu said clauses and if any other coupons than thosM described by section 1 were con templated by section 4 they would be ex cluded from the provisions mude bv sec tions aud whilst the coupons de scribed by section 1 would be embraced not only by those but also by sectiun There is nothing in the lan guage employed by the act which re quires such a and it is not reasonable that tbe framers of the act could huve intended to make such a dif ference in the provisions as to the two classes of But it is contended that the preamble shows that it was the intention of the Legislature to include coupons which purported to be detached from bonds is sued uuclei the act ot the 23th ot well as under the act of It is perhaps a sufficient answer to Bay that ifjsuch wus the inteulion of the Legisla ture they did not execute such inten The preamble does state by way of reci tal it is not an averment thai bonds pur porting to have been issued by authorily of the act of Alarch and uuder act of are in existence without authority of law and whereas other such bonds arc in which are or which bcai coupons in the similitude of genuine cou and whereas the coupons from such or forged bonds are inpayment of and vhereas genuine coupons from genuine after having been received in pay ment of are fraudulently reis ued anil received more than ouce in such payments whereas such frauds on be rights of the holders of tac aforesaid jonds i m pni r ihecontract made by ibu Commonwealth witn that lhe cou jons thereon should be received in puy nent of all and at the same time etraud her oul of her revenues there for the purpose of protecting thu ifthls of said aud of euforc ng the jsaid contract between them and the aud of preventing n lhe revenue of the Be it enacted by General Assembly f The enacting clauses vrhicu show what the Legislature did lo vards executing said And they how unequivocally and without auibigu ty or obscurity that it made provision nly with regard coupons wtiich lurported to be detached from bonds is ued uuder the act of For some reasons doubtless satisfactory othe or by uninieuiiomil it only provided by iis euaci uieuts for proiection as it professes of ihe ights of the aad of en fore ug the contract between them and the Com and preventing frauds in the evenue of the same in reltiiion lo coupons irhich were tendered in payment of taxes uder the act of and made no ullu iou to any that mignt be tendered under s act of Why the Legislature hould have provided by ibe act onlv ir lhe evils reciltd as exisling under lhe ct of when reference is made to lein by way of recital in the preamble as visiing uuJer both we do not he whether intentional or UQ caunot be supplied bv tie Ia Deun 10 Peters Justice speaking for ihe said We are unable to say xvhy he benefits of this statute were given to than the action of debt hgaiust the devisee of to recover damages for u breach ot covenant by the But for to extend the words to the action of covenant would be to not to construe the acts of the Lord Er skine said in Mama It said in tho report that the preamble shows the intention but the law is that if the enacting part will bear only one iulerpre the preamble shall not coutino If that is the preamble may be applied to throw light upon Ve Juo I will refer only to one other Kent 7 Gill and Johnsons decided by the Su preme Court ot which is fully iu accord with the doctiineon this subject as we have slatedit The application is The enact ment clause of the statute making provi sioaoaly with regard lo coupons detached from boud of the Commonwealth issued under the acl of and making no pro vision with regard to coupons detached from bonds issued under the act of the circumstance that the latter are men tioned in the and though the by way of of a state of things as inducement to the act which follows might be applied to the lat ter as well as to the the latier not being within the enacting to bring them within the purview of lhe act would be to go beyond what the Legis lature did and to give the preamble the province of enlarging and cx lendiutr the act of legislation be youd the purview of the and of conferring powers yer which is warrtmted by no decision4 that has ever been but is contrary to the settled doctrine onthe as declared in ju dicial nud maintained by the most eminent sages of the law in their published It would be to assume legislative power by the We are therefore of opinion that the defence made by tho defendant bslow under the act aforesaid of January could not be and consequently the demuirer of the plaintiff below to his an FOKKIGA Novorobur The were todny Vir ginia peelir cuupiitio 39 10 ihanM KUIimoud ami Allruhuu v railroad f Mik nt 10 Bliarw Pe tvrnbuix rilllrva i Klock nt 40 shares AlluU uud thurlulto railro U st 63 10 xbirox do at lOrliartH 20 shares do at US 10 do at SJxliarcb Culutnbiri ami An 80fhurcsdo ut 86 10 do mi10 BlwnM uo ut Secuud clmres Atluuta and Cbarlotte rallruad Mock HI B 10 do at US du at doatlKH Virgtulu COUKU conuoua at Hi coupons ul tfo Mjiift do at NEW November Stocks 15 bomlit GoverumuaU weult and dull T11K n AuliMn uitil November ment reCKipts todny Internal It is probable that the vicaucy on the bench of the Court of Claims will soon be filled by ihe appointment of Ban crolt ex4ssistunt Secretary of Secretary Polger today telegraphed to Assistant Treasurer Acton at New York city as follows Accept unmutured bonds in all including with out rebate of at rile of ten mil lions per on any duv of paya We at your until Otherwise The by ft of At the Cabinet meeting today all the I Chamber of Depties from Sol OF KNOLAND8 WAH SECRE TARY IHlOKKN November health of Right Honorable llugb war is broken aud ho lias been orderedjto go WlUEStRUAO D18THK88 KKAHKD IS IKK TUI8 WINTER It has been oDLciully reported to the gov eminent that widespread distress is feared iu lalund ibis Thodisiricts aost seriously affected through want of em ployment on farms and lhe failure of the potato crop aro Swinford aud tho greater poriion of Gal Tuere is much destitution in West Clare and Con Owing to continuously heavy demands upon Irishmen in America to support the land there has been a cotifiderable dicreaso iu the remittances to the struggling natives in This has reduced many of lhe to the condition of being unable to purchase new KGYPTrAX has been caused here owing to a report that recruit are refusing to goto the Soudan unless they go under the command of Arab A British soldier has been severely ADVXJftUUM JMT wtii Jhc IMlwrmM ImL i fur OMU pw vUxjr Iknii It pw kr AdTrrtlwDKBU hAm plrmlivuof wotrnctwll Secretary own nnsncially embarrassed by hii political OKV TflJB WHOJLKSAjCKTHADJBOT AE RTH FALL Io tho opening of onr tocond rail AQAJNST moil riuru ANDLOMO dwire to to oarlrlouda In wo aro now receiving oar FALL STOCK STOCK 1 FALL FALL STOCK1 STOCK members of tho Cabinet were present ex cept Secretary who ia busily en fiiged upon the preparation of his he meeting was mainly devoted in the consideration of the topics which will be included in the message of the Alter the Cabinet meeting the President received a number of Secretary Folger this afternoon directed estimates to be prepared with a view lo making another call on bonds as soon as possi Agricultural the French staling that ho had taken possession of the bay of Tajoo has caused much suroriso ia govern meut circles as Tajoorah belongs to Egypt The gov ernment of Montenegro iiss Informed the Pope that unless the district of Kolatcuin is ceded immediately to Montenegro four hundred troops will be sent to occupy it Three battalions ot Turkish troops have beep sent ts Kolatcuin to maintain MINISTERIAL DIFFICULTIES IN November dispatch to was properly sustained aud the I of Agriculture iii his annual relllJ Ccntrat News from Pai is eaysi here are peremptory miindamus aud that the judgment of the Hustings Court of the city of Richmond be We have not considered ihe question as to the Cjnstitutionaliiy of lhe act of Jan uary raised iu the as iis decision in ibis was unnecessary in the view we took of And this seemed to be most as it is expected thai question will soon be put to rest bv tbte decision of the Supreme Court of the Uniied Slates in a case which went from this This case was argued in the Supreme Court by Judge Beverley Esq and C ilouel L Mitury for nod AttorueyGenerul Blair for the Common TUB act above referred tn is popularly known as Cmpua Killer C upuu Killer 2 goes into December prohibiis all officers of the C imaiou wealih from receiving anything Ior and oiher dues excepi Uuiied States treasury aud natiunalbauk aud provides that no or any oilier writ or process shall issue against lhe collec pott to the estimates the yield of wheat during ihis year at corn oats barley rye and buckwheat The chemical vision has devoted considerable attention to the investigation of the sugarproduc ing qualities ut A large utne will soon be published by the de partmeut devoted to this The re port of the veterinary division shows less disease among domestic animals Texas fever excepted than in many Two both in hava been selected for arksiau for the construction of which contracts have been Gat Hold November open renewed reports ot ministerial It is expected that minister of public or minister ol will TUB AKCIIBI8HOI OF CANTERBURY KO HOT November The Times in its edition Siys ihe condition ol the Archbishop o C Canterbury is not im proved this TUB FALLEN November The bridge which fell at Bromley this morning waa on ihe uiuiu hue of the Chatham Dover Besides those killed several persons were Continen tal service by this lino is stoppea by the A SHIP ABANDONED AND TUE CREW RES LoNDONjNovember The shipRoch ing exercises tomorrow afternoon will be There will be DO The President and Juslicee of the T haa preme members of the diplomatic general ol the army and admiral of ihe navy are expected to be Tbe President will declare tbe lair and business will at once be The pictures in the rotuuda were all in place nod were veiled uuder lona strips of which will be torn away lose who held uuderdeedslJToved by the ubscribing and withheld from whose deeds were proved by the knowledgraent of the In most if not in acknowleJg lent would be deemed more satisfactory ban by witnesses but the itving made a diutinctiou between the whether it was intendeu or rea sonaule or the Court arc bound by the clearlyexpressed of the NAMOZtNE GRANGE FAIR TOURNAMENT TIIE LlorALTIES Uegular Corrospjdduace J DINWIDDIE Co j The beauty aud chivalry of this as as vvere present at the CJrauge The exhibition was pronounced by all to be a nUuctSS and everything CIUIH up fullv to the most sanguine Ths uuder the direction and man agemeui ot Poinoua and Flora was well filled aud d corated with rnucii The exhibition in those depart ments cannot be well surpassed by any such organization in the The show of farm and truck products was The poultry department was i ivell furnished with eutries aud could compete with any department ot the Thu exhibition of cattle and sheep ivas vury Thnu does not permit me to give a more Severe Thunder niurtit at November this morning a very severe storm broke over this reaching its height about 3 For half an hour lhe gule accompanied by Ihunder and Trees were blown signs aud the windows in some houses were bluwn The schoouer from was blown ashore at lhe break and bids lair lo become a lolal The sieuin barge Empire arrived in port bavins broken away from her consisting of lhe two schooners Groton and Moss it is are There will undoubtedly be more casualties to extended account of the different depart The which commenced About to Cluaurfu tils November Citv Marshal Frey returned from this having iu charge Henry who had just completed a term of imprisonment iu the penitentiary at that Cleary is under iiidictuieni here for with George Bull and Alfred defrauded the National Bank of several thousand dollars about 2 added much to the by forged checks about two years He r made his escape at the Wilson and Bell are now serving out terms ia the Alary land fornfer for four and the latter ten Cleary will now bo put upon language j ment of those in of your delivered the charge to the Thirteen kuigbu eniertd the coutesi for Ihe bridle aud sad dle and for the honor of bestowing upon the fair one the I will you list of the F Harrington has i on the by many that a statute frequent ly recites that which was not the real oc casion of the or states that doubts ex isted as to the in none were The most common re Kuight the And said section 4 cita for the introduction of any new regu was intended lo provide means wherej lation has to be set forth that doubts have by the Slate uiiglit be enabled successfully arisen at the common Frequently J J to resist the receipts ot the coupous in payment of taxes in such And it provides that whenever snv taxpaver shall apply to any court in Ibis Coininun sion or purpose of the wealth fiira mandamus to compel any per son authorized li receive or collect tixes or demands due the Commonwealth lo receive coupons in payment it shall be tho duly of such persons to make return to said mandamus that he is ready to receive said coupons in paymentof such And to what tbcsc alleged doubts nuver txtsted at all on Const tuiions and page This bfling it would not be sale to i ely on the preamble for tbe occa of Rtvenscroft of Locust Grove I Knighlof Sutherlands Knight of lhe White The Knight j of Oakland earned the and the Knight of Souibside the The j Ham a prominent hotel keeper Kuiirbt of Wilsons crowned Miss Blanche o this dfed this At the of his death Finney was under bail I been in a sinking Tlie crew wore rescued aud lauded at Liv November jKwiiement slates chief clerk of ihe has absconded with large sum in nole and gold and a quan tity of SEVEN MEN KILLED BY THE FALL OK A November railway bridge at near fell this Seven who were be neath the structure eatiug their were FREDERICK CHARLES OOISQ TO November Frede rick Charles is about to go to where he will make a tour of the battle tie will also visit other parts of the THE QOKKN HONORING IIKII November Queen held an investiture today of the orders conferred on the officers of the army and navy who took part in the war in j 6ir Albert marshaled the officers on their arrival at the railway A Weelts BiiaiucxN NEW November busi ness failures Ior the past seven re ported to Dun New number of which 143 occurred in the aud 14 in New York The eastern States had 18 failures 4U 23 20 11 and New York Escaped lie CiailuwN by Suicide Npvember William who was to have been hanged committed aulside by cutting his throat at 8 oclock this November I An inquest is in Shortly afier 2 oclock this morning a lire broke out in the boarding house of i Rilph on South Tennessee de1 RICHMOND stroving the rear poriion of November very Two Kntie Daily and Ella Keel who were sleeping in an upper Kuitzai st ootoi common to is unable to lind their and HO perished in the sulTocating MC NEW YORK The loss on building and furni1 NEW November qqict aad lure is about So I Wheat qniet Corn opened but niturwardfl recovered moat uf A Case SeUlcilby line PorK firm and quiet at S Lard r v nj tlrui JU Spirim of November Wil 8 Freigbw quiet and adapted to their br DAVIS durinc the paht two wechu in thu Northern mat ketB from rn and their aud by 9TII It will Such a stock then readj to offer to the trade ha never elnce the war beoii ollercd Iu this and we are prepared to duplicate any bill bought in JJfr JfASKST W THIS OOUNTBT1 Long longor than that or any now enpacud in thin buHuusg In am i uo divlnlog of proflu to and a deteruiiiiaUon to make Peterebnre as uood a point to bny DRV OOOD8 to the United will enable an to Hull eoods lower than anr house In and low M any In thlr NOTIONS NOTIONS 1 NOTIONS NOTIONS have been added to our and we prepared to ehow ao entirely new Block of vmmt Terme to prompt men will be w liberal u thoeo ofanybonsein thin Ordew will our prompt pureoual SAMPLES QUOTATIONS gent on Oar Traveling AnmtJi will won call on and we hope you will Rlvo them liberal n DA via i Iron Front an HEAT BARGAINS SOUDAT BAALS Cloning Out Sale of GENTLEMENS FDHNI8HIKC1 Entire Stock of Goods at and mart out bHforo Introducing steam power fur BUIRT8 AND DEA Tnrndowu and standing Linen Collars at 1 his luc Linen Cnfli of aU etylec at 1 hey ranee f om ate Imporlod brilub Half boje and Uoiuinic Half IIOM Sic and eUtltre JEWKLRYl JEWELKY is and Qnalii tun than can DO Ktlnrorcud Omtos DIIAWBBH ut very low no 13BAAL NEW WOODS AT all colowUadreared ooiihluwldth Saoh i Ijiird iluld patio Kibboua cheap J ow uu 4uc Velveteen iu low as Iu uud other Laceaud fnV Majolica Ware ind other ul iinlclffl at no 16 AAKON Spotflwmwtft CHRISTMIS pHRISTMAS CAFDdl J BAMPLS VASDS NOWSEADYl Wo will open for inspection and cale TODAY httndsomest aort lino orXJjf AS CARDS ver shown lucladloK 1m lOrted Linen and PrMUgu Amtrican LAIN AND AND KAST EntlrcNew Stock iteulpn Hich and Kowd I by mail selected with care and hth our nether looking or buylnit take pleauure la bowing our Coaiu curly aud oiu the Corner sycamore ana Taob TELEPHONK HAVB A PRIVATE of Hanover Queen the J time Knight of Miss Annie awai First Maid ol Honor the Knight of Locust o Miss Elemor Second Maid of aud the Knight of It is and gen Miss Kate Tucker erally and is without force in a I Maid of Honor The legislative sense being but a guide look nlacein tinfirmirp Hall Tiniri return to said mandamus that he is ready and not the vehicle the import of the I wTs nv Oant f I Shtl to receive rninimisin nnvmnnt trotiitn i nrl to js ir nronerlv a v ouci Just recuivcil today MOQUKTT AND BODY CARPETS AND NAPIER Poo IHOIN irf with one of UIOPK ciilnmiiie grvm dc ttrnetlon of property milliiiiiK of illgotten eaiii Tno Stunmor Frnnrt run Into Kuudur slid a total Kig row nmotif the twelve nin searched for tbeir ihicv Ing and on their prreon was found UrKc puckutnooks tilled with Kuadjneiur votie end pipplicatiouK forodice fnim a and and not all by on condition ihoy would bin FKEDfrom Olt AGENCY WnWITAT tha faMflat Mlllnc fllljuO lliflHUxlU in wantrd ereiywhcrp 10 tell tn million how to do tho riuht thing the time In nnrt I ho nioit Kuniifnllv cornpleto furm hook In Uio forcirciilurc of the now cdlilori Sola BAlKI i5 Park ypw my w yon RILUS JfAlf as soon as they have been kgitlly ascertained to be genu nnd the coupons which by law are ac And this section then proceeds to prescribe what shah be done in that Tne declared object of the act was to test the validity ot the coupons detached from bands which purpotert to be issued under the funding act of as describ ed in section and no For they are expressly and no outers are the meaning of the enactment No but to the intentions ot the which is only the first stage on the road in the construction of It is onlv the first stage there are not words in the enacting clause to carry out the it is of awaiting trial for uinnslaughler in having caused the death of Luther a traveling salesman of a Philadelphia pub lishing house Jn 1881 by kicking him dur ing an altercation over Hurds hotel A i Ire at j November I November Zt qnict and steady Howard street and weetein superfiue 21 7a 75 city milli 85 Kia steady west ern quiet aud eteadv southern SI W Hgl il 1 09J4 western winter ep Boatnuru irregular western active aud firmer southern Value ofKyo for TELEPHONE W1KB i from Friend Shoe Poraong leaving OttDEKa or wishing u pay iheir BlbLS can du HAED COAL ton ofthisolttce hgh 3 01 mis psiistu ut leution to lhe value of which is now ouieilv nlamntlv Evmiod v pleSan l somelv pointed Chills and and Bilious attacks positively cured with Emorys Stanlar4 Cure no It in chiefly from the purview j nuvir fails to cure the of the act that the will of the Legislature j longstanding ckses where Quinine and all is to bo And when this is clear olur remedies had They are pre aud express neither preamble nor title will i PTtd expressly for malarious in Avail contradict or overrule two kinds of contain l occupied by tbe llie Vttlue f raelmlv anil Weekly and a hat and lllan corn valuable shoe and burned fiercely about an Umu cornaud asitcosl8 Ie89 tnan The entire building was and the loss will amount t about disao oata and is worth about twice as much as the latier on account of the less ii may be used vtry profitably as a substitute in part for both corn and Two bushels of corn and five bushels of rye November longstanding cases where Quinine and all i special says that wages in ground together will make 412 the grindery at the Delaware will be much better for cows than havj been cut down from five bushels of corn and lour of and to per The piece workers in the will cost less four pounds Hem ember the 4 MARKS COAL FHOJI THROUGH TUS1R TELEHONE HARRISOlf k Opposlie Planters and Mechanicg11 V I wi NOW CNTIL AFTES Gold ladles from no from 838 np Tervfino made exclnsivolj ror tngi ueero and Jhesc watches I examfuo carefnlly and 1 cuarantec and warrant them I will be provided with for Preaeuu at oc j wick on Construction of Statute and Con ins a strong cathartic and a chili i UUIUJ5 beuding milThave also the former will be quite equal in T tv mi n J DC6D Gilt I milftll Hdl In nf nf t ciion 1 designates tho and i stitution The preamble lo I sugarcoated contain no Quininr or Mtr provides that when any such are tendered j the says the Supreme Court of Mli bow they shall be It designates j is no psrlof the It mav assist only such is purport to be detached Irom in ascertaining the true intent and bonds issued under the funding act of meaning of the Legislature when that is j doubtful and uncertain from the bodv ol Section 2 contemplates the case as prcjthe The preamble is senled in two different accordingly erly referred to when doubts or as may be the action of ihe lie may deliver his coupons and pay his taxes in as required sec he may retusc to deliver his cou pons on the lerms required and refuse In support of the doctrine that tiie to pny his taxes in in which cuse blecunnot extend the enacting clause Lord the collector is to coerce thoir Elleriborough said lo Wilson vs Koabby Ststinn 3 provides what shall the pro7 138 I agree that the grievances ceedure in the first and section 4 recited In the preamble to the act would what it shall be in tho second if the have led one to suppose that the Lcgisla taxpayer obstructs the enforcement ol maant to givwt a larger rcmedv guities 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