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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - November 29, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                In MM latwed the PoiUMfiot M JTrtmhwfc M PATAPSOO FLOURlf PATENT HOLLER FLOU1C I Mil 32 COMMERCE Y DE L NOVEMBER PRICE THREE DEBTHUCTIVJB KIKE IN THE KUAL BUILDINGS AN IN THE NORTH AND BINS AND BEFORE TIIL TEHESTING CASE JN Tho valuable alimenial ujopertieu of Maryland Virginia Wheat have loiig bucn lecognired by writers on food By the application of the Modern Roller Gambrill Manufacturing Company le produc ing thU JFloiir unequalled In its com binations for Bread and Biscuit or giving beautiful unusual moisture and distinctive richness of PATAPSUO SUPERLATIVE PATENT FLOUR is the leading Aik your Orocer for it or any of the Companys well known an 15DAWkOm L O U 125 barrels BEST 150 barrels COOKS 30 barrels IHKEITS 100 barrels PATAPSCO 50 barrels CITY For fale at LOWEST Fiatrjujri at tUe Old Cojifeuerate DANIJKL SUNDRIES PER STEAMER boat Orange Butter and Cream Pnctorv Cheese Extialarge Smoked Tougnee and Beef Devilled Tongne and Corned Betf in cane freehand eplced Salmon and Lobsters in cane Imported and American Sardines Ulive Oil Svvies and Cocoa and Broma Lea t Penins cel ebrated Sauce Curry Pearl 31ac and Oat Meal Spices of all kinds for ket Hgig 10 Bank GROCERIEai GROCERIES We offer to the Trade ponnds Virginia 3 barrels Apple 2 years old 25 barrels New Bibbed 10 boxes Clear Rib Bacon 10 lioxes Bulk 10 boxes Bacon 50 barrels Pure Yellow Ji barrels Granulated as barrels Cnt Loaf bags Rio and Lapuayra 100 barrels Choice Extra 23 and barrels Casaards 25 boxes Summer 50 pare Sugar barrnlfi Jifrcuants All at market i 1 At oclock this morning a fir broke out in Reavis Mail His store was entirely consumed with its Youngs store was next Loss in surance Rowlands store was also Loss insurance Wilsons boarding house was burned with all its furniture no insurance The law library of Jordan and ii Watkius were entirely Woriham and Zolliooner lost nbout byinjury to o their vaiuuble papers were Allej and Lassiler lost all their furniture as did Large sums of are thoughtto have been Reavis clerks were compelled to jump from the second story to save The political circles in the old North State are again with the exception ot the diflerent to come up when the Legislature Repub licans that Dockerywas elected as and that con test Bennetts but this is talk und nothing Dockery lias no cause ot and we have yet to hear any degree of credit of any fraud or irregu larity affecting his He would have to overcome Bennetts true ma It has been currently reported that Major would contest the election of but Robbins says He consider it his not so much to as to the party whose standard beaier he to look into these and that if he finds substantial grounds of that he will make the lie not contest upon mere He only desires that the will of the people shall be and wjll not take ad vantage of any technical points iu liis while the will of the vote is express ed against Probably the most noted contested elec tion case tliat will be decided by the Legia SUBSKX BUSINESS VK11SUS FOR COTTON KXl081 T10K OK UFACTOKINU TKIES OP THE rCoorreepoudcnce of tbe Editor Beiug driven to the fireside by the lirst snowy day of the I will employ a few moments iu giving your readers a few lines from this section oi Sonihside Since ihe agony and wonderful resulls oi ihe late eleciious ibroughout ihe tbe people have addressed themselves to business of har vesting their The corn crops in Sussex were never and the cotton and peanuts fully up an average As politics not my it would be out of place for me to dwell upou ihe results of ihe late The large andoverwhelming majorities of the Deuiocralic parly in most of the took the people by if the winning party can hold the until ibe Presidential election of it is thought there will be a complete cua se in the patronage aud policy of the In the mean the respous ibiliiies and duties of the present hour claim our immediate In obedience to the both of the President and our the good people of our highly favorpd coun try ougbt to be ready aua willing lor a lay of thanksgiving next the rfOih that they in concert and general thank God and take I observed wilh special interest our suggestions in regard to the National Cotton Exhibition for 1884 I you will keep ihe subject fully uutil your best irrespective of jarty shall resolve them into committee of the whole lo have this Motion Exhibition in It would 36 tbe very thing to build up the trade and interests of your Mabone as a resident and United States euatorfrom can do much in se uriug the great commercial convention or and I have no doubt ii will e his pleasure lo do Let no political trife enter into the bygones e bygones Let the people rnakea long strong a pull nd I doubt Athanaskus will move e If time and opportuuily should be af November The wero made today Richmond and Danville debeutiircs at Second Klctimnnd citv Os ut 114 at 1U 100 slmreB CbeMipeiike aud Ohio Hock at 23 100 at NEW November Stocks active tud Uxchiuige 479 Stnu UIUQH futrly Uorerumciils generally FHOM NOUH and November incut receipts toxiay luivrunl ntlXCB DIBMARCKB COIUIKBIOKDEHCE November dispatch to t the James1 from Berlin says that lliuwxcbangeBintoiareo bonds two letler containing official corree from November 1st to date amount to Irom Prince have i been stoku while ou the way lo It was said at ihe Postoflico THK NORFOLK AND WESTERN CONTEST IN TUE FIRST Special to November The approximate grossearnings of the Norfolk and Western lor the first three weeks ol were or ten per increase over same date last The official vote was announced this The certificate for Congressman elect from First was given to wlio has a majority ol Glou cester vote was thrown FKOM toduy in regard to reported removals of that il thebo are iu tended ibo department as no iu foruiutiou couceruiug The masterGeueral lias juol been notified of auy intended removals in his The law officer of the depart ment has rendered a decision which pro uibiu matrimonial iuaUirocu coucerti from using the registered letter or uiouey order systems ot tUe postal service lu thu iruusaciiou of tueir The Uarrield board ot audit hold a meet iug at the Treasury department ibU atifi UIJOQ aud tout testimony iu such of the cases as were ready for thtir HOOT null ALLEN HABLISTON Co Wholesale and Retail DeaJeni In be reelected a as we can hear of no opposition to and he has filled the position so ably and such great that he will con tinue to hold the high position for many years to Smith of who is the inventor of the cotton picker lias just as WAKEFIKLD lature is that of Captain Baldy of James j I may iu some future no who ran against j tice the and results of the received a majority ot the votes I manntactunng industries ot the but owing to some irregularity the voles j and how Sew England has prospered and of one district was thrown out and Wil grown rich at the expense of the Hams declared Williams is a and of Virginia more For thu prominent auu was a candidate j I must before the Convention for the nomination j to Congress for this Moore has been the leader of his party in Grauville for and is a man of influence with Moore will be represented by George an able lawyer of Ox while Captain Williams will be rep resented also by able The next North Carolina Legislature will be divided as follows 15 The House will contain 70 Democrats and 50 Runsoin will November Tiio body of James was found in the bottom of the river here to day by a It is not known how he was Harrison fell on a chcu larsaw at the saw mill here and his body was cut almost entirely in The JLuNM of the Steamer GKAPIlrC STATEMENT OF THE ONLY SUR VIVING November chief engineer of the illfated si earner the only officer who has arrived iu this citv with the other four makes a statement of the rom which the gleaned The steamer is agent at Waverly sta AlfJD J3ABY 20 SYCAMORE FRANKLIN AND SYCAJMORB With tncrewed will offer enperior In ducementi over mny honse in this section ind CM duplicate that of an other house In the We cordiiUf lurite yon to out extenilTi etock A WORD TO OUR WHEN YOU RKAD OF MEDICINE TEAT will cure all beware of for every scientific phyeiciim ou earth knows how fallacious each statements Bnt whea yon read of a med compounded Tjy a regnJar physician and pnr geou of high that claims to cure only a certain and furnishes high proof that it does you can eafely try and with the assu rance that it will cure V late Pliysiciiin and Surgeon of the has placed before the pnblic a preparation called APBTSIA which no doubt is the greatest scientific prepara tion yet discovered Tor the cure of Dyspepsia in all and refers to ladies and ientlemen of the highest that they have been cured of cases from five lo twcntr years and pro nounced incurable by the best physicians in the The following references be sufficient to convince the most skeptical Albert firm of Howard Watcli and Clock 114 Tremont Boston Noyes Box New flrm of Clark Co Phil adelphia case of twenty years Matthew 3CH 21 Philadel phia case of Dyspeptic ICecord business manager Reading Iron b W Miss Kate 4eorgo Clarence JIANLTACTOKT i9 Levant Pa A11 drstclasflDniggists keep ocSdJew CorrespoiKience of the November The peanut trade is Pursell The new postolllce is a model of conve nience and Gregory gave an entertainment here last Vick leads one of Petersburgs estimable young ladies to the altar the 29th of this residence is nearly It will add much to the pearance of the of the firm of is buying a large quantity of returned from the in the interest of his it is likelythat this Smith will revolutionize cotton He is the first man who ever planted the cultivated the harvested the and put it on the without touching it with the rin Permanent arrangements hnve been made for the manutacture of these ma Peter Robinsou who shot and wounded so severely last his son inlaw will preliminary j to the vHlaie plot hearing today at 13 oclock ia a justice j The case has excited much com PMtSOJSrAL AND and the defendant is So years old and is the finest specimen of the phvsical j A Stale convention of Prohibitionists is man we have ever There are 13 called to meet at Febru lady witnesses and the trial will be largely al7 to nominate candidates for peanuts for the factory which he will fake Charge Our deputy is fast gaining Ho seems to be the man for the and obliging to Harris is the Wakefield is a place with a bright fu ture if it is only improved by those who have it in their power to do In a fine farming with good facilities for it with a little Wiison is making an addition an addition The old rnau will be defended bv Zollicotfer and Worth FAREWELL TO FURNITUR GO TO MARKS HARRISONjS NEI Gl FOR JEW Low I of SEW and HAND and Invite the public to call and examine their Block before STYLES PHICKS MATTR At MARKS A 1S3 Sycamore opppfite Town THE WELCOME TO TKE Correspondence of the November At Trinity West Dinwiddie Lear preached his farewell sermon on Text II 13th llth verse Be be of good be of one live in peace and the God of love aud peace will be with His congregation could not help expressing their feelings of sorrow for his departure from aud at the anaoucemeut of his text the eyes of many might be seen moist with His sermon was as pointed and full of good that will not soon i be forgotten by his many During i his two years service on the circuit he has j not only won the hearts of his own church members but the love ami esteem of He is a rising youug member of the Vir ginia aad as an expounder of the gospel as he to rank at register of the land superintendent of puohc in on the basis of representation of one delegate to each three hundred voters In the And Scoville has abducted her who was very properly re moved from the care of so very eccentric a put it If some one would only elope with Scoville to Terra del Fuego it would be an undis guised blessing to the A report got out in New York the other day that exPresident Tilden was engaged to bo married to a beautiful young lady Orleans then visiting iu that An enterprising reporter had the temerity to interview the voung lady on commanded by Evan and laden with sailed from Montreal for On 10th at when the wind was blowing the captaiu rung the signal to the engineer irom the bridge to The chief was in the boilerroom and at i once sprang to shut off steam from the engines but his hand had hardly beeu j stretched out to turn the lever when the alarm sounded again signalling full speed In Inss than ten seconds and before the order could be carried the steamer struck with a terrible The engines were and kept working to try and drag her but without All the ships most of whom had turned in tor the were collected above getting the boats in order to be prepared to abandon the At 4 a tremendous wave swept across the carrying away the galley aud compelling the whole twenty men on ooard to seek pro tection in the Between 4 oclocK and daylight the hatches were torn by the furious gale from their ings aud carried The soaked and miserable clinging to whatever they could iu the sail could see the fierce surges pour in and ou of the At daylight the steamer was seen to be fast breaking in two just forward of the aud before being abandoned the forward portion broke off aud went to Just before 11 oclock the upper on which the wheel was began to break and the men began to shout for the boats to be taken The seeing that the vessel would soon break up if they did not make an effort to send every soul to a watery gave orders to make ready the boats and all hands started out on The chief engineer secured a lifepreserver and descended to the Here he found all except the tain aad the second in ihe starboard He observed the captain trying to lower the jollyboat and went to his as followed by ihe second They got in the boat and the captain took the ouly useful oar HLC tried to scull the boat having its head to the the second mats and engineer meanwhile bailing itj The mountainous breakers were safe ly passed over by the light but the third caught it as il it were u and knocked it broad side to the aud a fourth swamped the boat and sent its three ciaiui received today trom of for torau iuvniid The President uiadv some inquiries of Secretary of ut tue Cabinet ineetiug retarding the stale ol finances in Now The Secretary gave uis wuich but wuicti will be made public iu his forihcomiug re The Navy department is informed that Rear Admiral James died at this moiuiugfrom hemorrhage of thu Admiral Hroug entered the iiavy February ami was placed on Uie retiied list He had beeu iu the service nearly ritty three It in expected that the Washington se ries if gold certiticates bo ready for issue by December 1st Treasurer tHiltilhtu disposed of all the New York series ot gold certiticates received here from New and upou which the name ol Assis tant Treasurer Acton was printed at the ihe bureau of engraving aud The President has appointed Colgate of New a government director of the Uiiion Pacific vice George The annual report of the general inteudeut of the life suviug service shows thai there were 190 stations at the close ol i he fiscal Number of disasters during Ihe 345 value of pruptrtv property property persons November bulletin is sued ihis morning slates that ihe arch bishop of Canterbury was very restless during the Ills weakness itt in creasing and he is gradually FOUNDATION STONIf F A November A teleurii re ceived iu London auuouucts Iho luring of the foundation moue of ihe city ol La ihe new capital of the province ol Buenos AOHAKIAN Kyvviubur Trevelyan staled in the hnuseot commons last eveu itig thin the number of agrarian iu Ireland this womb was less than lor nnv uumtl during tho twenlyeiglft not iwtniy eiuhl as iu correcily OAMBISTTA8 November dispatch the from Paris dial raiuueiias wouud iu the received yesterday while handling a has uoi yet been probed aud that a violtul fever has set ia W 0 insr wed vtkvt iwr OBUL pwr once a KAh wr BwlW lu Coluuiu per uou Q per lluvi lacruu other thun rvga plratloii ot cou tract will bo cinriid form trmjulenl trarulenl adttrUttmrnti mutt t iff IHV QBBAT BARGAINS SOLD AT BAALS ot of CKJJTLEMBNS KIC1IMOXI November Rood to prime at 10 115 common Uuuis tor ni gl 03 common to very goid KulJ 97 to common to very newj at 65 to 6tc piiinu at OOc vwp ntmf uOll Illll0t i IntroOuciuR eteuuu power for the Uholemle Manufacture of 8IIIRTS All tbe White Prlcei 5c and ill the hitu and ai nre from to fc urndowii HHl MnudliiK Llneii ullarp at IhluWfiiuiJiitt Llinu of uli fliler I bey ranifif om 4Hc brltih Half boe at Drnt IBo it aua JDiiiiivvtic i oe 21e und V Innie or Mjociidirpaud Brucen e Anv ptlcu from 7c lo KEUKWKAKl JK y AfA WE IJ More Slyltfl anil cin lc UUd UiTe UULIUK n pncu frum ouvieut 15 Invarious l mut llc nonhle Siated CANTO NKW Novembei dnll and Wheat dull uud VjGijoC Corn heavy and JiffilMc Poik qnlet and at S19 SOtfS 0 25 llrm SU Spiriin uf Si BALTIMOKB quiet flrmnr wxBteru a 6hade easier nud qnlet Houtlieni OIMJSI 09 S inajl 15 1 lOiU It woeteru wjutur Cold Wouther ICE IX TUE flUDHONAND LAKE FJtOZES November weather at thia hour is with northeasterly 27 de Last night the thermometer touched 18 The Hudson is filled wjth anchor and the caual is frozen over to the depth of threefourths of an Advices from along the canals lo Superintendent Dulcherstate lhat division superintendents are running the breakers along the stream and keeping up uaviga WHITE November The thermometer was six degrees above zero this Lake Caamplrtiu is frozen over between here and Crown and navigation on the canal is about The New York and Lake Cham piuin transportation companys steamers are all laid excepting the one which is expected to arrive Prayerw for Clear on Iho Oth of November of the Red House in behalf of astronomical science and aatron that prayers be on Sunday next in all the churches fcr clear weather on the Oth ot December the date ot the transit of Veu The solu tion of the sublituest probluni known to science IB to be attempted on that occa the opportunity for which will not occur again for 12i Millions ot dollars and mouths of valuable time have been expended iu preparation for the great easier Wttfleru cnnler and fairly ictlve Boutbern Tlmrloiv MoitlH Dying Thu fate of William becauseof his threatened exposure of the secrois nf always been involved iu mya The New York Sun of yeaienlay published ihe diug revelation of Thur low embraced iu au aflldavii to which solemn OtUh is vvhich throws light ou ihu abduction aud death of and apparently clears a myMery which hHsovcrohadowod the public miud for more than half a Weeds sworn says the is so clear were all the parties now the ulleged murderers might be brought to trial aud For fifty years has this secret been locked wiihiu the breast of the veteran The reasons are mauilosu The information was vouchsafed by a partici pator iu tho Il was given in a friendly to be used with cure as a weapon of defence when Weed was hard preaaud lu a court of The trary ruliugol Ihe rendered its use and gratitude lo ihu friend who prollercd it made the secret The death of all who wore nearly con cerued in the disappearance of Morgan un locked ihe lipd of the only man who re tained ihe and it is now given to publicity for the flrsi limo in an auihemic liXiABijE SIIIUT AARON Kt Br al InclrvKKeil sue yard i BuKleTrimiinc wurthSI add Colored satiuK low an 4tic Muucqiitmlre ulovuts 85c low iii blue and olber bbadeu btlginK lOc u diizen worth 20c Buijin UrunineUU HI price Coloren 2ic uer yardKur 1 rimining BQc per worth ft Polkn i ot Laceaud lOc Jx ainluo the olook of Alujollcn noltl Nart clOARfi ATFAKTftRrpRICEit AT FACTOKf 1lllUKS I and aud evety quaiky Irom the low et grade uf PENNSYLVANIA to tho Very FlnoH For mlu to the Trado AT FACTORY FACTu UT noZKJan 1st PHIOESI PKIUE8I R H CHRISTMAS joimctls pcrn JVeivnpa November Joliet special says The trade labor council have boycotted two newspapers in this city and all merchants who patronize on account of the denunciatory ar ticles ia the papers directed at the unions Tlic Oil Market November The oil market opened stroug with sules tt dollar ninuand a but uuder the pressure of occupants out of rose lo ihe surface he could uot see his com striking out lor suc ceeded in reaching terribly he had attained a place of he tbe but getting no satisfaction he usfvec the went to the residence of Tikien to ask I n i lnj stiued lke snorc him to solve the On learning the i wfe so exhausted by their ef mission of the Til den I reach the shore that for a time promptly bounced him WPTB UDabe lo aud lay ou the Botly Creiuated November remains of Doctor of Alle gheny were cremated in Lemoynes furnace The body reached this place at 11 and was taken imme aniung its best His next charce to the After the reli miii gious services the bodv was wrapped in a sheet saturated in alum and placed ia the retort ul 13 In two hours will be on tbo Kini ami Queen The BouFhall wM take charge of the West Dinwicklie Southall passed many years of his life in itime incineration was This was He is a zealous a noble Christian and a tine The Kuvajrcs of Three children of State Senator John of died of rtiphiho the fifteenth incineration in Most of the persons cremated have bmi sand to regain strength lo enable them to proceed to the nearest which was a mile While lying there two other John Townseml and John joined they having reached the The four meu bavin and seeing that nobody else came from tbe steamer made their way towards the reaching it afier painfully toil ing for ihree It was found lo heavy selling declined closing ai noon ai a dollar five and a halt The transactions were very of NEW November j dispaicu Iroui to ihe Tines Democrat states that Andrew Hor Uongreasuitinuleci Irom tie sixth dis died very suddenly at his restdcuce ut oclock last iiigluof heart iVilirusku November special The count of the vote or regent of ihe State University shows tbe majority of lo be The Democrats have claimed their cuudiditto UIHclal Vote ul November offl ciul vote of the State for Congressmen is as follows republi Demo Xo Ucssemtr Steel Kingiu Uio November iron men of this city declare there is uot a particle xv IU UU H 1 r J f telegraph but the operator was I r lor pub sent procuring a supply of provisions led a Besselner steel exists in From when he luu weSu TUo IlonlU of a Thoinus Le one of the most fa mous of the portraitpaiuters which this country has dind at his resi dence iu 3T on Sunday A dispiitch from Prussia an uouuces thu ou Suuchiy of Buruu OthoTheudore von he emiuunt Prussian Hamilton a guiuhed lawyer und died in Chi cago aged 49 A cable dispatch trom Paris aunounces the death of Couut who was Uie only surviving son of Murshiil Oliver member of the Forty second and ihe Fortythird died at Pine ou Saturday Tunis President of the Brooklyn Firulnauraiice til iiii reaideuce in Brooklyn on riaturdny last at the age of S3 William one of Buffalos most promiuKOt and oue of lht largest crockery dealers aud importers inHWeen lork aud died iu Buffalo aged 05 Fonr Tull Young1 From Four lull meu attracted much aueution auinug the crowd of passeagera iu the Jer City depot of the Peusvlvauia railroad ii SsiturdHy Two ot them were oeveu feet lull uud broad iu a lUird was about six leet eight and ihe a was a little over six They are brothers ot the Shields lituiiJy from The tallest auU tre 24 yeurs of The boy is 18 years of They said their father was seveu feet and that they had three brothers in Texas of that height Philadelphias fuwCitjr There are no more thau tifiyseven mil lions of urick hid uwuy in the new City Hull iu iu addition to the granite and the latter item aloue costing The building is the largest iu the having an excess ol superficial feet over the Washington The roof which is nunbeing will be the most substantial iu the It is nearly one hundred feet wide all around the central court and the surface will be covered with ffeui clintel so that it can be Used as a CHRISTMAS HAMPL UARDS AOW RE APT We will open for limpectlon aud nale TODAY the ttaudnomeiit and largest line of AS CARDS bert Im liorted Lines aud Fruugs PLAIN AND FRINOEO OARDS AND MANY EutlroNow Stock Dfleijcni Rich and Norei Orders hj mull selected with cars and promptly lo vlHit ur er looking or Wu laka pleaguru la Bhuwtng Comu ourly and aold the Comer bycamoru anu Taob uo 23 w E HAVE A WfliE i from Friend Shoe Perioas pay their do HO Remember tho ilARKSife FRIEND v BADS f JB WlLLiAila ASu AL other creuiiors of le u aun and to Varies of said AU account of me debls due and by ihe raid Oaecoyuo prov UeU iu tho of tniai n tbu Iruceedingu and the Uifc tbjre each i entitled to ihe land iu ihe uandf of toe trausactiuub of Clwlce oilier as with re maining m UIH bands for UHriuutiou TediUre Son uio iuo i A Slctrajer Killed iu At on a music when he liutcbinson learned that the Wearmouth had struck on Wolf about 20 miles and situated a mile east of Point du Tho next morning McLtiohlnnd Xavljfatton Closed at November the and tumbled occupania into in itself bottom with one of those nwfnl calamities crtat dc drnction of property millions of illEottun eain The Steamer Fraud rnn Into Fancier Island And became total Big row amone the paupcnKerc twelve men ucarelied for their tiiiev Jng and on their pcraon was found Uwc pocketbooks nUcd with Rcadjndcr votes apiilicatlotia for ofllce from and not a cent all pardoned hy the on OouUIIIon they would buy V their from UiOCKRlES OK low the lowest At ROBBRTSOWS 843 Sycamoro t rtoni froro f ria during ihe List week The last victim Sclm Iananln an altercation with Miss boy four and a half years on was shot and killed by leaving the bereaved family who drew a pistol and H1B 8W1 wag The first child todie was also n i It appeared at the inj one terrible to witness the 17 men strut seven years and a few davs lalor a ii la under promise of marj tie girl only three years old was laid in riae accomplished the ladys ruin the grave beside her brother On the day i A lime before the this fact 1 previous to her death nn attempt wns made 1 mule to to save the little life by resoriinjr lo Secretary Folder Xot i Nourishments was supplij Sciretary in reply to ed by means of a tube placed in the in nsktd newspaper men in Wash and air was taken Knowing to JVorth Thesceno which then snow cording to the story of was al lhis morning one trying to seize his nearest Townscnd and Martin keeping as as managed to steer clear of ihose about and one by one aunk out of sight and i A 3Ian JDUombowcIcd in a Drunken now i isi A drunken row occurred Sunday after to all There are uo j near between all disemboweled by and is said lo bo in a dying con Warren has been Sioue went to his fathers house and procured a cn aad K auwa JTICE T oujuer f Wi bouieaon the wUl imd tbe of K dec J Barab ilury uhiistaiuaud lidward x u istauaud lidward and Klenard UaviH guardian ad luem o r Jlary ciirliuau auO nuwiru i i v wvi is A drunken row occurrtd Sunna Sis with cold WHY JURYMAN FIELD WAS November dispatch to I ride and made his saying he would I uot be All are married i A titrmnn STABBED IN i of has gone up ihe North Caro lina accompanied by 1 of Oastio New into the lungs iugton on stated that he had not reached by the same The child only sur i resigned his and ho doM not1 Haynes handed tlie i met from Uublio of Oastio New York who was stabbed in Frederick etitct Spp oul the land and purchase a laree terday when acting as a juror iu the i tract upon which to locate a German col Haynes handed a note Ironi thu barmnv At which lime and led are hereby rwjnirxd to produce before we all uweDnrjr pynn and to enable to exvciitv ihe said JOHN TIE vived the operation one A western paper says Nothing intend to Alabama r Tllu lo Mate in tt Mr of emergency committee j Western North Carolina will The comments of the Free abouiSOO November mani Journal on this incident made Field or A western paper says will The November I mant Journal on this incident made Field cure some sick men more than an j John Morgan was yesterday rei the family of Thomas i a marked although thai Council ONeill was taken out of hia properly his cure may elected United Senator for Ala ear 18 miles from the note was ot an inooceut nature about 50 miles from Gu be very successful in many but we j would say Tf a man suiters from a cough or give him DrJUulls Cough The beat euro for diseases of the brain and Browns Iron Bit Oray hMr may bu made to takoi onjirc youthlul color and bcautv by the use of Vegetable Sicilian Hair best preparation for tbe hair known to I the of medlolns and went to church to be gone all i leavingan infant in the care of a colored The girl went to a leav ing the child on a on ihe lloor and was also gone all When the family returned they found tho child It bad moil horribly by OE LERSKP8 8A78 THE PANAMA CANAL WILL HE FIM8IIKD IS November Ltsscps rerciving tbe delegates from English trade uniona now in Franco declared thai he wai that tho Panama canal would Cniihad by on Thursday night by unknown and Sick and bilious and all clr rancemcnts Of stomach and cured by Picrces antibilious 25 a No cheup i to allow WMUI of By Benjamin IS Vf UN The object of this to subject the real Uie county oi Kiniflldieio tba paymeot of tUe p of M in thB 1M U1r it appearing hy affidavit made and thst Boujsmin Loree in a nou rest deut of the Couimonwcaltb of it or dend lhat ho appear witilu one month nftor cine pulilicatiou oi this order do wuat May necwuarjto protect his interest in tbii A T C MulLWAtss A UIKI8TJIAS VTe take iu showing nnr Line of CARDS UARUS FROM TO DB LA BBC K WITH   

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$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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