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ICHMOND DISPA
WHOLE NUMBER. 10,506.
RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 4, 1885.
TITREE CENTS PER COPY.
Sj?rgy8|Aj: t
v nrnt-ooHa alua
BR R OO HIT II
W 0 I
R RR OO t ll
vi isl , Sgt "I* neil an immense lol
1 vi Hst* (M1 MlKHKjs ISDKKWKA
Wide eipres*!y for our trade, at prices 1
Wt be matched In Ibis city. F.elow we v
?jaaM a lea atanansen:
I* dorn. l.AI'll s K INK Mini,
APRON** anti ruffles, al
ins.*
I MUS lllEMIRB, ruflU-trlriinied.
len.;
KADJI* SKI HTS, with fonr rows of lu.
big. Bl
80c.;
KA PI KS HKA-AKHK. with five rows
lucking and ruffling, al
MM;
I.AMFs i.diws with niffltng trimrnli
at
See.;
KA Pl KS (TIKMIsK, trluiliu-d with tm
t-ng, Httiutiuri- edge, and Inserting, ot
50c.;
KA Pl KM' SKIKTS. with four rows of tn.
lng, liamhtirg inserting and Ha ni tn
Bon nc mir st
ft* j
KA MKS uoWNS. front trimmed with **
Bug. Hsniliurx edge and Inta-rtli
sleeves trimmed with Hamluirg ed
and lucked, at
li;
JAMI.H HKll'TX. witli four row* of lue
lng and s mtv wide Hninl.urg floun.
at
li;
KA MKs OOM NS entire fi .ml of fine Hal
bing edge and Inserting, al
?l..*,ii;
MVMEd. APIlo.N'S. trimmed grlta \,
wilieIsee. si
Me,;
IHII.PKK.N s nilAWKHM. ililli tucksai
ruftti-s ni IV. SR.and sae., aeeordlng
INFANTS si.IPs. Iliinilnim-trimined,
2 ?><?.;
We will iii-o show this BSBSk tin- fine
stock of INFANTS K.M'K AND MCI
KIN CM'S Hinl NIT'NIs CM'S ev
Min, I.KVI BESTER
s.lil-lt in7 Hroad street.
?fjr hf ARITH J. 1 *-<:..
'111 uiaiu-iniu'oii nt Cleveland ivs li. ? dei
1. il Stales Slid (li ? ..It. rim: nf
irgala* m DMT QOOD8J,
A.-.. Ly
I.KW .(. DAVIS.
1 c-lse ol li ? HINUB \ MS;,! 7.1. H IHUl.
i .-us.' ina. OIXUHAMMri i ,c. :i *rnrd;
i ?aneofMKBRIMACB IT.IN'TKD PH*! 1
at s.e. a \Hi.i uoiiu UK-.;
I .use WHITE i oki.Kl. pHil IB nt te.
yui.l Morl li 8 .e. 1
I nisi- Will ll. STRIPED LAWN ul ?;,'.
?.uni. uo.i'd I*- cheap at Sj-.;
1 <sv WHITE SATIN STKH'KH NAIN
MM Kal I e. a yui'l umiii ll .- .
I .hm- WHITE CHECKED MAI RHOOK I
Mi ii yard worth 10c.;
Vittd-uidc D MIK I'll! Ni KD PERCALE
ai 7c. a.vu rd soiiu I88JB,;
si RIVED si Mist iki ns nt | ,. a ysr
IKlllll 1 . .
NM Ml. (TIKCKKD DHKSSOOUl.s. nearl
nil W(M>1. nt I* c. ii yard fm melly sol
si ate. ;
LACK si TUPI li S< HIM r..r (TKTAJNS i.
lg ... ?hans is very nheap;
i U II.I.KD (HASH TOWELLING itt 6e.
] Hill tioilli He. ;
ReaatannM ot COI ron SHEETING;
lle.kinantH of BLEACHED COTTON;
Hcint.iuiU al COTTON DIAPER;
Kinma nts of DREM ooo I is of aver] .ti
en ipdoii';
Ki munni* of 01 KTAIN LACER;
Hfiiiiisiitsof CARPETH mid MATTINU.
mil 4 LETT a DAVIS.
ORV i.tunis. Ml I lu NS ,t.
pAl bOZO A CO.
sn- univ ..|i icu,: a
FKAI I'll I I. AssuHTMKNT Ol HOOP
KOKKAHLV SPIUNi. ?THAR,
sucli as
TMICOTR JEBBB1 OTTOMANS (new),
SHOOI'AS. (T.UT11S SKUliKs,
1- I.ANNKl.aud CLOTH HITIT Nt ls.
In mw Hud .-liol,?<? RjrlRg colorings.
One ween! brm at BLACK silk QOODt
luis Leen BRsneessatM hs lo induce us to men
?reemil.y a levi SII.Ks mc coiiM.lei Itu
beal na ptlns we lawn ooot oiiered -vu*.:
A HI .MK HUH CASHMERE HILKatll,
tl.ic 81.ni 11.48 ami Sl.r.u;
A Mil. ITsTiiuis. ami \ KUY sll.KV
s mini tN.'sii MBRVEI.UEU st ll
li.io *n. io. sud U
TR* sidle .uni,..: RR excelled iii li<:iii!y
?I finish, sud Hie Rtet M m'mil is fully
glilllSllleiit.
.n.u Mnei pi.ai.n and i un iud - \ i
1 IT .N's I. BMgnnl slvli-s;
sjaawkkl natrnnina ut LACE CURTAINS,
le l,*,.e?st CMIDO/O A DO.
IHI.1A, vttssniH>. ar.
LUI KS.
?U
just received a large addition ?
la bu lin* oi ?
- KINK i'I.ui Ks -
-maiuiiK tlt.- isntesi variety aval
slum ll in Ihecllv. -
OOM! WT' -ll 1 (ll M. - ?
-Till. Pilli I. Will, \s|uMs||
Ona ni :s?i ?uppH citatoinenwith
- Kl N KAMI'S.
-? K. H. T'AVKOK
- ? mil Mala sliest.
-? o-Miniie |.(>sl-ollii .
-l'clC|>i.'.ii- mil i
,Jl N LAMP. WH1I ALI THK IM
U p|-(>\ I Ml.Ms- isl. P.rilllsney botan
siual to titty ?perm nandlea, ad. Keonosai
lin. Critil M'liilee Ol .U-i't coals one tlilntof
i i.-ui |M-r i.i. ad ii.i'.e tin- ordinary
l.uutiey. 8th, Nc<ci bicitUsor siiiok.-s the
inn,n.-y. .Mh. Pet-fees safety. Ik-lng madr
>i lu** csniioi lui uk If il rails. Tiles*
o. |s.r.. lum!, ni issi Insult, r. In tuns*
it>>! i. .eke)-j..!, ic Hm i warranted aol lo lank
ok lam*i vi 'li ilgill a ns>ui of ordinary sis*
?> Hist icsdiiig sud sewtJlg <ii:i lie doutt lu
.1 |*iis. i.l.un.ii .,;i:-uv..ls..
_lill) 7 Ms ill si:
Rt! Oft 7.1 M. li- H? IS. RA*** . *Ve
- c im: C I A I. S A I. I
- Ar
- la- l.KW/ss
?- (ptst'l m;t i. vi.li ui
? IS NAIN s-THKKT.
?' I am nowselling uiy itii*KtiM>iL-of
- - I'HTLIIKX. RH'-NZKS. IttNgOERj
- and Fj Titi fl
- At I SOM
HM -.th ruo HU M'1'K-ini.K
tym Ki ".ri. ll; PRIOkM
?- -? Iii Lule 11>oin for )tn|.n>yviiniiils.
- CAM. 1 \HI.V ?iNi> i;i;r (TloP'K. j
-~ \AUMi >:> il LOW KlOKlU'.i. !
A BSOLUTKLT PURE.
ROYAL
B
tt.
jaix
buri* n oem
-MUmSr
|noai-lyl
IVslRIVi R BTAT-MRRTB.
| I'lill.IHHRll RY AVTHORITY OR TUB AtTOI1TOB
or rrni-ic acoo~rt?.J
ALKXANORIA MSI RANCKt!0M
PANY.
Annual Statement for the n?eal year end?
ing the 81*t day ol January, 1884, ot
the actual condition of Hie ALKXAN
PRIA INKTRANCK COMPANY, organ
? ??! nader the lawlor the State of Vir?
ginia, made lo thc Auditor of Public
Aeeouuu ror the Commonwealth of Vir?
ginia, p?"nant to an act ol the Oeneral
Assembly reRulathiR the report* of In?
surance cwajsiriles, approved Keliruary
BB, 1878.
Same or Hie company In full?AlU?AB
Bria Imbbbabos t orca?v.
Hoine or principal orflce nf mid *???
: '?..'? v i r * v.si.i i s VA.
Character or the company (whether fire,
fire anti marine, or marine insurance com
i?ni> Pian ann Mauimu.
Presldeiit IlKN'.M WUK*'I.
Secretary and Treasurer i.iokok Whit.
oiVMiiisetl *ml uteorporated?Rovnnni B
in. 1170.
Commenced Imalne** ? Ai-rii. IP, 1871.
I. CAPITAL.
The amount of RuharrltR d ?tock
of snell .-ur;*.ration. 157,'J?.*, til
Tlie ?mount t.r*alde?|iital stock
[Hid np In ensh. 37,801 3d
I'hc amODOl of ?kin capita! slock
paifl op Ls stock note (HI38 *c
cuietl by cash depoaltai. 19,473 .*>?
II. ABSKTS
Tiie us*., ts of said company, unit
a deluded atAtcmciit of how
anil lu si hat the same are in
ve*|etl I
Loans ob tamil* and mecOjsce
.duly reeortied hu.I Leina se?
cond lieu on the fee simple'.
upon which md more than one
sears Interest ls due. 1.Odo lo
Interest mci ned thereon. IOU*
.li iimiil if Sink*. Bonds, omi
Irrasurg .totes u) tits United
/gates, and also o/Blocks ami
Huntis ni Incorporated Cities in
this Hate, "/.</"' nit otnr, I
unit llnnit* oiri(,d absolutely /.../
//,, (\mptutg.
T'.lsl Tool
Psr Mariel
Vsliic Value.
Vs. mi.i. Baltwai
I...ntl*, lin's .... ? IMfm 110407
V:.. Mid. linilwsy
i l.M'li
V's .Vim. raliway
1...I..L. Mir-.... 11.000
( har. BB . ir.-ipl'lsu
l,'slli?:id li'.ii'ls
A lex an ilris ? M|
iel..
>? saudra City
moo
3.000
tao
::,oi o
I st. mid ? r.. lilllie
tl.ili.Ki'i t-.ind- 1.000
I c lim..ml' iel Inc..
lt.il.....I I...id- lill'
TOWR "f Dunville
bondi.. l.r.i'H
I il. Nall.ius' Hunk
-...a. '.'.onn
X' ? . "linell be?*?
I.....I . :-..iniii
V. ?.ff n md t).
Psibi.'.d bond*, J.nnO
1.423
10.340
,*i,l()0
1400
Kif.
v?o
l.i.Oo
860
1,300
-.000
1.3P0
Hid
Trail |Wf ni"1 "'i'
I., i s.slii. .si rltil
..ni ul in I rs et
raim. . 4*..*. 0 18,480 ;s.i90 00
Cash In Company* prlndpoi of.
Mee. :il;j 7S
I ash Ixtonging to the Company
depndted In Hie ClUaene Re
lional Plink. _ 1 lt (H
tics preininiiis in course of col
It ellon, md mole I lill ll I tiree
month*du*. M 73
Hft'ce fm li' turi mid Kupplle*.
J'jci: Vim lu la in-4i> couBoni
MO sui.75 . (41 7.".
11 . cios* ii mount of all Hie a*
?ot* of Hie Company.942.901 si
Aranon! Ol ptt-mmmsunpaid on
|u.lilies which have l>*cii Is?
si.. U iiiiue tliuii t bree mont I.s.
s'l.v 81
Aggregate amonnl ol nil the ??
s. is , I ldc ('Ompanj stilled at
theil aetnal value Ms.sot sn
III. LIAHILITIKS.
Ntl nun.nut ol nu|ws,<) lanae
not hMm
i .?! *s premium* received an l
receivable upon all nnespind
lire-risk* run n i ni; one sear oe
ii ss tn in dnlc oi policy, $.'!,
Tuu.-iT; uueai ned premiums.
1 per cent.M.sot 13
ll ross piemliiius re
? ?> lv*d mid lec.isii
i.ie ui*.n nil naen
i.<i tire-risks run?
ning mon Ullin oHi?
st ai fiom darner Bal?
le) 14.814 ri : un?
earned premluma,
pm ruiii i.iee 77
('1*0*1 plelolllllls .cash
lind bil s i, . , ned
ami receivable upon
nil unexpired ma?
rine risks. Hm oo
lifl'i BO
-?!?.*, so
Ciisb ills ideiuls to stock hoi.It-i-s
remalnlntng annan*. .
Ibie ami Hcciutd for salaries,
rent. adverttslngi mid for
nit.ncs hikI oilier m Urella ne
ona upanses.
Comm?MOO*. Link, raw. and
oth.i charlies due ami to b*
eonie due to inp-nts and bro
keisou piei.iiiiiiis paid and in
? onise ol colhiiiiin. 18.70
Total amount ol all liabilities.
av.-epl capital st.sk alni net
snip.us. ? s 47.-, g|
.hunt stock .-apitul actually p.. id
up tn cash. (7 sui 80
sm pit.s beyond caplial *ml all
other liabilities . -a 57
Al"'renate n mount of all liul.ili
n. s iiiciidlnii paid-up caplial
ste. I. 1. lid Uti Mil'pIllH.*42.!(ll i-J
IV. INi OMK.
Ihe Income ol thc said compa?
ny din lui. thc pieced iiiiftwcl sc
month*, and rrom ss hal source*
derived:
fer Hie
lt isis.
Ker M.i
rlnr?i!.l
I lilli.d
?fisk
ti..uni. .t 1.44
i.i;,i. Kk..si.3.314 73 .*.4i; s i
D, .lu.t .-.niy rata
*m itiit-e. rafe?*.
sliai. Bent, and
1*4*1 B I r. mi?
mes.. il 71 .
\cl >.is|i srtu-jllv
ri i i'i ted Ter
..5J7.
11. ii .um.? ...
04 348 RS
1 K. ccive.l for Interest BM bond*
and n oiliiHK. s.
, Itictiv.il tog Interest Ulld divi
ll.lids on stocks and latud* COl
laterat loans, and all ether
soil I ces. ,..,
A uk reg* te mm omit, of inc..me
minn l.s te.eiSftl during Ihe
year.
V. KXI'KNDITPRKS.
The f'X|M'titliliiie* of Raid BOBS
| sw I. y. K's'nc a detailed Itate
ment of the same:
tm Marine
Kai Ure , A lid .ml
Li.'.-. I.i-ks.
t.r.s- r< nenin'
ml i.a nv |?id
. r '. ..-. '..
. Iu.ll..jt*39.
llM'.Isi.. -? -
uceU'ru.R ll.
l-rcvkm- *'i
?.103 80 pic
IOCS, si
T..Ixl . ci.
?len-.
371111 lg 4.R43 V?l
33.U33 3t> 4.848 00
- 4(18lt|?i
Nd ii m..i.nt pa ht dui iiik tin* year
i..i .wes (BOS.0I piate-Klaas
l.s-es. o a tm N
I'll i,cds ... malls paid sttsk
hol.lcis 'amount ol stockhold?
ers' dis i.lends declared dui inc
Hie sear BJ SOI B.SSB BO
Paul fmreoinioisaraasar broker
age... R30 00
Paid tor sa ia r les. fees, ami all
oilier ahai?.soi ..'ticer*, clerks.
?nota, and ali other enip'oyae* iiOR on
.'atti mr state, nu.'ional, and Io?
ctl t tn xe* in I hi* bim! other
Nial?. il* *n
XII ol her paVmcnls anti expend
I taro- via.. Inn rest on depos?
its, lt:.-.Bi: print I mc. -j.tHa.s-c.
?.|Im-v linn.line. Ac., IMBJIA. IS* 'J7
V'l i'talf SUKilliil of aclual **?
p.-nsxs dm ms Oo- >*-*r. ? 8 3s4 IR
sw. Ut bs Hi sim Wiil.Ai, President.
? ntl Hf <>i W t*?. Kteretarj. la-fur*
. , No'siy lii'.llc for Alexandria eily.
V. mb 4-lIt
L
II.LIAKII- AM? PpOL-TABLtS
ni: sal:: it: ka p.
S PIX Al INO.
HOI* KI'S Malo street.
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THIS (TTY'S NEWS.
A EOLI) IH'Ilt.LAR'S TOUR.
Kirri Warfe al AlLsBanr-RsllrssS *
usa* aad sa ru.sir H*as**?~t*ss *f v
bm, IVauBrs. Mltirw?r?. td Or.
An expert thief has Iteen operating
the line of thc Richmond and Alleghai
railroad hetwe.cn Howardsvlllc and tl
city, and there is good reason to sa
pot-p that he has done nome success!
work here also. From information 1
reived bj one of the employees of M
John Wren's Detective Agency it a
pesrs that the thief went into thc ra
road station at Howardsville Wedne
day night; went into that at Uren
Itluir Thursday night, and at ncith
place got anything. Friday nigl
in the depot at Pemberton'*, 1
got a thirty-two-calihre pistol. Sato
day night he entered the re
dence of Mr. A. M. Seddon, near I)
ver, and got the following sil vera an
Two embossed pepper cruets, initia
"J. S. V."; one sugar-dish and oi
cream-pot with saucer, ami frostcd
tbc word '* Josephine" engravi
upon it; one small celery cruet, in
tials "J. r% V."; one frosted-silvi
bucket for spoons; two old-rashioni
salt-cellars, with two sinull spoons ar
one mufitard-spoon. All of the abo'
are gold-lined and of small dimensions
one pair of old-fashioned sugar tong
silver.
Sunday night fee entered thc residem
of Mr. Milton (syce, on thc corner
terete avenue and Mulberry avenue, ar
sci tired the following articles: Oi
ladies' dotiblc-case Swiss watch. No. i
ra-*en 7W3U; one ladies' chain, wil
ni .k-( hain attached: also a pin wil
roral head and a pearl on cadi sidi
pair ol gold bracejets. plain : locke
willi picture of an old gentleman, bar
nf locket containing hair; one hillie:
poid ring, ruby set. containing Uv
pearls: one penllciiian's seal ring wil
black set; one ladies'neck-chain, silvi
li ia tire work, with medalion attached
two pair of silver car-rings?one repri
-enting a daisy and thc other arose
tyvo ladies' silver breast-pins?one ri
|irt-sciitiiip a guitar and the other a bo
if ribbon Loth composed of lilagre
>ne pair of silver lilagrc bracelets ; M
i ii-tli.ll.il- liiitioiial-liaiik note.
Night before last he, or sonic on
be. ( iitcred the residence ni Mr
>laytnii. on I hird street, (iambic'sHil
md carried od' ii gold vvntcli and -/7"> i
nonet.
The reason Mr, Wren has for sii|
inning that all this robbery was don
? v one man is that at each place en
ItBgRM WM effected throuuli a viimloi
at Mrs. Slav tun's while Hie tinnily wot
I supper): that generally the tint
laed a large i|iiantity ol' matches lo
nuking light : that Ute robberies fol
owed in succession tot the operator'
asy movements ; and that they iver
II evidently Um work of i practicei
and.
The poli.-c generally do no. share ii
lr. Wren's opinion as to UM robber*
t Mis. Slav ton's. They think the
hat BM dene bj "local talent "?pro
iil.lv by a colored man.
The follow iu- iv | deSCI iptiou ol' tin
uni vilm operated on thc Alleghan
oad, obtained by Wren's men froii
iflerent parties who saw the strange
beni the stations or on the ronda i k
oung man about twenty-live or thirli
ennofan i shoal live feet seven inehn
igh; light complexion; light hair
mall, light moustache; black Den]
at: blue silii ol clothes, iloulile-'ircastet
nat: shoes iiiudil j (at that time) amt huh
nt in the top ol' right one : yy atdi-chaii
nd a charin on il; rings on holli hands
nineo ring on middle linger ol' left band
he party won- a innff-colored noollei
!urt.
Mr. Wren's infonnation is that tin.'
ian was at or about each ol the hu ali
ea OB thc Alleghaiiy mad on UM <luii
hen the ri 'Ilbery wa- ina.le or attempt
I a< above narrated.
lhere is un rea-on to -lisped thal
ie author ol these robberies is tin
ian who entered the lievv? and mosio
;orc of Captain C. F. fohn sf ta*, lr
is case the man bv use of skeleton
cys opened the front door and weill
ito the store. In the mole recent rob.
LTies ihe thief, or thieves, went in bj
ii-mg windows.
The luau who robbed JchsaMen re?
amed here tot several days al'ter
ards. and finn led to the North, and
is hardly likely?peesible, hut not
kel]?that he would SO soon return
i Kichm.iinj.
V MAN AUKKSTKIl.
Yesterday afternoon two colored men
lined Joe l>ank< and Thomas Cooper
Tried the watch-chain Stolen I rom Mrs.
ayton to Mr. Kllis Abram's pnwn
lOp.
Mr. A bram had been informed of the
bbery and furnished yvith a dint I ill
ni ol'the stolen property. SO vi hen tin
iain was brought in mid corrcspoiidt-d
the description ol' the ..nc stolen, hi?
nt for a policeman and bad the men
rested.
The arn-sis were made bj I'olicemeii
annon and Fox. and the srriMod wein
ken to thc Seennd police-station.
lt is supposed that the thieves ciiteieil
rough UM front win.lon.
The police are informed that Hanks
iinerly lived on Mrs. Slayton's
einises.
ie New York lu ni...ruin Visitor,
The ((iminittee of Richmond Demo?
ns iimi Veterans ol the Illtie sud
ay. who are arranging for the recep
n of the Cleveland and Hendricks
ar Veterans ol' HrooLlvn. N. V., are
bnned that the Club will be hen on
I 6th. They will (onie from Wa.sh
;ton to Richmond on their (bartered
?amer, and will bring SM men and a
nd ol' music ol forty pieces, lieiu-isl
renae, and possibly QeMeral Mci'lel
i. will be with them. The
iuuiittce will give them a wann
leonie. ami have arranged te
ii.put them at Sanger Hall.
f this entertainment there will be no
npliiiienHirv tickets sent out to OW
i/eiis. hut one hundred will he sold
two dollars each tu help the f-unmii
defray expenses. These tickets
I go mostly to these vvho have ?. nu -
tutted in money or prov i-ions. Co?
ri Cary and the collecting committee
1 he out on the streets again to-day
hiting the help of tho-e win. yy ish to
kc the allan a sin . e-s and give the
ituis a plcasiiiii impression of Ki'li?
nd.
L.t. I.wnutt I .l-l.ililli.
re-night at the Theatre the popular
y -* Lynwood." remembered bv nu
of its acceptable pre-eutatiou here
e before this season, will be gi.in.
twa very interesting drama, in
irk ihe priiu-ipal aetefS represent
i-eis in Ihe two uimies during the
l war. The company is a good one.
iMinulie Hem Hi Isl bMbrMBJ ?
'he annual meeting of the Catholic
iclicml Society was held last nig'-u
(he follow mg olliceis e|i-e(e,| du
enstiiuj year: I'resi.leui. lohu M.
gins: Vice-President, William
J'rou ; Recording Sc !???.?.rj . fensjpk
VV. Uni-: Financial Secretary. Thoma*
Byrne ; A*si*tant Financial Secretary,
John K. McDonough. Trustees : Pit
ru k FennesRey, William Rankin, and
James holden,: Chaplain, Very Rev.
A. V?n De Yyver.
TB* De*lb ams.
Tlie following is tlic official mortuary
report for tlie city of Richmond for the
week ending Saturday, February 28,
18Kr>:
AV hole number of deaths in the city,
exv-Iusive of still-birth*, 4X
Cause of Death.? Apoplexy, 2;
bronchitis. 2; congestion of liingn, I;
cu.sumption. 5 ; convulsions (infantile).
2 : diarrliu'S. 2 ; dropsy. 1 ; drowning.
I ; hcart-tlifea.se. 2; hemorrhage (from
lungs). 1 ; infantile lockjaw, 1; in?
flammation of bowels, 1; marasmus,
I j meningitis. 4 ; old age, 3; paraly?
sis. 1 ; pneumonia, 8 ; premature birth,
1 ; puerpera, 1 ; scrofula, 1 ; surgical
operation, 1 ; unknown. 1; other dis?
eases, 3.
Age.?One day to thirty. 3; one
month to six, ti; six months to twelve.
2; one year to three. 4; three years
to live. 2; live years to ten, 1 ; ten
year* to twenty. 4; twenty years to
thirty. 4 : thirty years to forty, 2 ;
forty years to fifty. 2; lifty years to
sixty. 3; sixty years to seventy, 7;
seventy years to eighty, 4; eighty
years to ninety, 3; unknown, I.
lt B~N calare.?Mean temperature for
(lu week ending February 21st, 34.71 ;
for week coiling February 28th, 37.71.
Rainfall?Amount of rainfall for
thc Raak ending February 21st, 0.81
fee-OS ; br week ending February _stlt.
0.04 inches.
Hate.?Rate of mortality of whole
population was 33.28 per 1,000 per
sniium: rate of mortality of white
population was 24.7b' per I.(UKI per
annum : rate of mortality of colored
population was 44.12 per 1,000 per
annum. _
I lie Nial*'* ? otioscl
The Hoard of Commissioners of thc
Sinking I'lind were recently advi-ed
that in eeUBSUnenee of the sickness of
Judge Shipman. Shipman A Ornate
vs oulil he linallie lo appear for the State
before BBS Supreme Court ol'the I Tuted
States in thc argument ot BBS debt
eaaea. Thc Hoard have therefore en
L'.'.ceil as saaBSSl to assist the Attorncy
Geaeral Hon. J. A. Campbell. cx-Judgc
of the Supreme I 'our:: Senator Qarland.
ol' Arkansas; iiml Hon. Ii. T. .Merrick,
ol Washington. In the Harsons ease
the Attorncy-tfcnrral will be assisted
hy Jadfg Staples. All these cases are
fixed for hearing on March 17th.
Th* Prince I ?lund 4 lerk.
Hon. P, W. McKinney, otTaraville,
has written lo the Committee of Inves?
tigation Baying that .Mr. Hooper, derk
ot the Prince Morard Court, luis re?
turned bona- after two months' gb*
sence in the West, ami a ks I'm him
some little time to make his answers to
thc corni'mitre's interrogatories.
Mr. Hooper owes the State, apparent?
ly, for live or six years, daring which
lune it is supposed that, like most of the
otherclerke.be collected eaasalarabie
-nins of money for poll-taxes.
No tloul.t the committee will give Mr.
Hooper ? reasonable time to report
what he outs.
A Ric lit..1.1.o.;
The hui hiing to be erect eil on Cary
street between Twenty-fifth and Twcn- ) '
fr-sixth by the Kenny Tobacco Com?
pany, of New York, will be the largest
building here used in the tobacco-man?
ufacturing BUSmeSB, lt will ho live
stories high and have a front of thc
length of thc square, and 2,im'h.ihiii 1
brick will lie required tot the construe
lion ol it. lt is te be Used in thc be
gumin;: as a tobacco-stcininerv. After
awhile the iniiiiifacturing of cigar, tics
may lu-commenced herc. The tittil have
already four or live cigarette-factories,
ami want tobacco stemmed for them.
1
Pe?ional* and Brier*.
Central James (;. Field will lecture '
in the chapel af Richmead College tins ?
morning at 9'M on ?? Moses a- a law- I
giver."
Mr. Nallan Frank... the inperil vio- '
linist from New York, who IO delighted ?
l.icliiuontl audiences last year, will bc j f
the attraction at this week's Mo/art.
Thc Mozart's new hall is to be railed ?
??the Mozart Academy af Manic*" sad *?
a tablet is to be erected iu the vestibule
as i munni lal of those nheee rabserip
tiaai built the etlilicc.
4'lljr 4'lrenit lourl.
In the City Circuit Court yesterday.
Il, IL Spott appeared by counsel ami
moved to quash the writ ot' MuaVfioai
ttponat iiml an execution issued on
March 2. 1885, at the inH of Um Conv
inonweslth rs. baily -I. He mer and
others. Thc motion was continue.i lill
Saturday mid thc sale postponed till
March 19th. This writ was an ardor to
the sheriff of Frederick county to ad?
vertise and sell certain property in Win?
chester t,, satisfy the Coiiiinonwcaltl*
13,025 with interest thereon at (i per
tent, from the 13th of .lune. 1873, until
pay mt at shall be mailI: the same berne
the amount of a bond executed hy
Emily J. Hassan*, M. H. Spott. ami
others to thc CoiiimoiiM'calth for the
purchase of certain real estate.
"?sting* i nun.
Thc following cases weie dispose,! ,,|
yesterday :
T. D. Ryan was lined *li? aud jailed
lor ten days for resisting; the police.
Hick Johnson (colored), house-break?
ing and larceny. Jailed for twelve?
months and tined one cent.
I'oll.e lourt.
The following cases weie disposed of
yesterday ami-?BJ :
C. F. Tinsley, charged with allowing
his team to remain on thc .sidewalk, was
tined 92.
Anderson Miller (colored), larceny af
Clothing, Ac. to the value i?2i. Three
mouths in jail.
F. D. Keeling, drunk. Fined *2..'>(?.
Henry Hryant (colored) and Martin
Blake (colored), charged willi felony.
Sent on to the Hustings Cont.
Aaron Kearney, charged with Being
a vagrant. Fined' 91 and sent to jail for
sixty days.
Arthur Lowe and Tim O'Brien,
charged with l-eing suspicious char?
acters. Discharged.
Thomas Bickerson (colored), petty
larceny. Seat to jail for sixty days.
with labor.
dinah Mest (colored), petty larceny.
Discharged.
Harriet K|k*s (colored), petty larceny.
Him barged. ,
Albert Burton (colored), drunk and
disorderly. Fined 15.
Joseph Washington (colored), charged j
with creating a disturbance. His
charged.
lewis Washington, assault and bat-| hti
tcry. Fined $.*i and security rci-uired I
for heller behavior. 1
Herman I leek, drunk and disorderly. | '?a*
Fmcd M. ' ?
About three hundred people have "j
W-en reported for running vehicles with- ??<>
out license. t |
BA N CH ESTER MA TTERS.
ArtUeui .. Mr, willie Rider- Mr. *8*Wt??a'
I ssml-Pi-rMSil, fcc.
Beta cen | and 4 o'clock ye*ttcrda\
""' ri.n Mr. Willie FJder. son of Mr
R. F. Kider, met with a painful acct
dent. He was on Mayo's island shoot
ipp at some hirds, the gun used ht
him was breech-loading and exploded
His left eye was severely burned ami
his face slightly cut. He was taken U
his home on Hnll street and l>r. Ma
thews summoned, lt was found thai
be c..u|,l sec ont of this eye. snd it is
hoped that he will not lose it. Thc
breech of the gun was blown off ami
the stock shattered.
Th.- funeral or Mr. William 15. How?
man took place from the Central Melli
odist church yesterday afternoon at .1
o'clock. There were a large number
of the friends of deceased present to
show their last tribute of respect. His
remains were interred in Hollywood
cemetery.
The committee appointed to solicit
contributions to the capital stock ol th.
street railway through this city and to
Richmond re**>rt that they are making
rapid progress with their work and that
they are confident that the road can be
built in n short while.
The March term ol' Chesterfield ( ..lin?
ty Court, which is a grand-jury term,
tnl-els next Monday. Theil are hut few
I., be di-posed of.
A petition has been gotten up by Cap?
tain J. 8. Lipscomb, and is now being
circulated, requesting our citizens to
contribute to a purse for Mr. Sii-'lling,
a Confederate soldier, who lost both
legs during thc late war. Mr. Snelling
has for many years kept a grocery
stand in front of the Market Hall, but
has been forced to close. He has a
large family, which is now in destitute
eireum-tances. and any donations- will
bc grati fully received.
Several persons left here ycster.laj
to ?ilona1 thc inauguration to-day,-John
II. Ingram. Ban,., among the number.
ROT. I.. It. Thornhill will return
from Appomattox some time thia week.
111. Illlltie.nr.-Moo.
The trams leaving I'ii-hmoml for
Washington yesterday were extraordi?
narily crowded. One military went oil
::iy and happy. Tiny tarried rather
more men than they axpet I'd. Hiin
beda of people will leave by tin- carly
train this morning.
Wiinlhty lt. pori ni ( I! y -*1lssioo Hnrli.
'Ile Mission has ben heavily taxed
n February, owing tn the large nuin
"ter of sick re.miring constant atteii
ion.
[-lamber of sick ration-; given out,
I."20ti; quarts of soup, 2,250; pones
*f bread, 4,508; red lannel dtetii
)ilted. 125 yunis; 30 blankets gad
leanforis : 'Jon yards unbleached cotton
ind canton Dannel; Uni pairs old -(hoes :
100 old gnrtavsntR; 200 t*-oaJ-tieketa
liven; SOO visits made by the district
isitors.
The appeal for help vvri-< promptly
?(???ponded to in the form of money and
lothitig. and the ladies are still hoping
ind believing they will receive further
lid to enable them to relieve the Reeta
ities of the sick ami suffering through
he cold, bleed, mniith of March.
'nciiiimiiia is prevailing to a great ev?
ent.
The treasury of the Mission eonUina
inly about 100, and at this tune re*
|iiires $,'}('() to Basel expenses. This
ill shun HM citizens the iiecawNittp tat
arther help.
The manager- expn IS their thanks
ni the liberality ol' the Council to
mrda tho city Mission, and especially
n the Couitnittees on Light and Streets
ii thc alacrity with which they caine
0 their aid in a time of great need,
(Hurl: ok JOftRPH M. Mi.aik. ,
Grocer, [
8(?3 Main si. (PACR BLOCK),
LtCHMOBD, Va., March 4, 1885.
1 have the honor and plats ere of an
ouiif]i;g that I have opened a Hit Wi ll
TOBI at the eouthtreel corner of
bend md s'ee.md streets.
The patronage of tins community i
lvitcd to both stores, and I pledge my
est efforts to sn vc them promptly*and
lithfully.
The lollniving-nanied geutlemen will
e glad to see their friends at Second
nd Hroad streets :
John H. Scott, chief derk :
Robert K. Harrison,
Charles Walk.-.
Captain Benjamin J. Keliana
.loin) H. Blair.
George I 'ennni.
The ftillowing-iiamcl gentlemen nil] I
e glad to see their friend-- al R03 Main
net (Face Block) i
Andrew Briggs, chief .derk :
Ichabod ll. Ualkc.
A. D. Jacknon,
W. \. Pollard,
C. I.. Sijiiire,
li. K. Ty l.t.
A. I!. Mearborn.
Robert M. Benton.
Very respectfully,
?foejBPH M. Hi.vik.
Telephone Nea.: At803 Main street
IT : at Second and Breed. 85.
alrvayanre and Ha?n*tlc ?brMRW.
Mr. and Mr-. J. Henry will vet re?
am thi.e week- st So. 807 Unce
reel. Thia is a rafe chance for all.
iimeioiis parties -satisfied daily.
W. C. Smith. 30*1 north Fifth street,
the agent for the celebrated Perry
iad-Carts for physicians or business
Kernot, .il
IV berry A. Wei-iger. Insurance A-cuts |
ire and Marine), have moved into their
w office. NO. lill M:iin street, State
ink building. Telephone. So. 4'i.
icy represent the I'lin ni\ Assurance
mipaiiy and Commercial Inion A ?
rance Company, both of London, and
uinix Insurance Company of Brook
ii. X. Y. Aggregate assets. $17.
D,9TM&
A special oller of I'loa-er-Seeds for
l children, ten kinds, in choice col
k, and one Tuberose Bulb, bj mai! or
livered in the city for ilk*. Circulars
?all. H- A. Catlin,
No. b north Ninth street.
POOt OaasM Hov *J71. 'I'hone. Sll
Order in Manchester anything we otter
Charleton'.s. Kleventh and Hull
ce ts.
??errale Mil. ls.
A small lot of Percale -huts, north
. ve will sell st (1.1 cent- each. Sues :
j, lt'*, KI.'., and 17 only.
v.. h. Spbxcbi -V Bbb,
'.ml Main street.
Old newspapers for sale at the Dis
tch rounting-room at -'"> cents per
ndred._
in ei:oi-t.*c ..? MiviHMtiit sre tte
lilr.t with UH. llAlii.sCnl'olt nrRvr.
llrhmonii'scitir.tisall prefer I?r. Datrltl's
gli Syrup tn all others,
eople who value pur (tn lake Hr. Kav W's
e/i. Uv rup of Tar llor-iiounit. Wild
pt ry, *e.. *e? In prefi-reii'-* !o*ny other.
SILENCE WON THE VICTORY.
Th* Baw |* ike lusMea Psrtlaateai 0?*r
Ike Rr*?rt-ra,
A Y'ienna letter says : The civil wir
that broke out recent ly in this city be?
tween the press and Parliament termi?
nated in a signal vii tory for thc knights
of thc fTntil. Never iras lhere ev mci I
in any hotly or among any professi:itt s
stronger feeling of esprit de wits. The
tpiarrel originated with Herr Von Sho
enrrer, thc turbulent anti-Semitic Depu?
ty. Thc House was iv. lull session when
Yon Behaaaaref rose and called atten?
tion to thc fact that reporters, nitli dis?
agreeable-looking faces, w-erc in the
lol.bi's or corridors af the House, snd
moved that they bc compelled to with
draw. Thc presence of thc reporters
in thc lobbies was certainly nothing
mw. as ihe lobbies communicate b~a
special stairway with the reporters'
gallery in order to facilitate intercourse
between the latter and thc Deputies.
This has been the HM since Austria
has had a Parliament. There exists
even a rule ol' the Hmi.se concerning
this t iistom. which authorizes thc re?
porters to enter into thc lobbies to talk
with thc Deputies.
Herr Smolka. President of thc Cham?
ber, could therefore have forestalled the
entire difficulty by suggesting to the
fire-eat ing Deputy to study thc rules of
thc House a little more carefully. In?
stead of doing this, as bc should have
done, he sustained the motion of Herr
Schoeticrer. and the reporters were
forbidden to appear thereafter in any
part af the House reserved for thc mem?
bers.
To this uncalled-for uknee the entire
pr< s? replied with I cry of contempt
and indlgaation. A meeting was et-M
at which the representatives of all the
I newspapers attended, without dhu?MM
I lion ot opinions or polities ; and it was
! then and there decided, with imposing
? solemnity, that until such time as thc
! House would make the am,mle tenor*
| aide the pram would not consider that
j bo.lv ns haviiif ary iriltaBOS. And
: mark that this decision was taken by
nu n and papers that were IceUStOflmd
! to VBge against one another B relentless
i war. But on this occasion all discord
and ill-feeling disappeared as l.v en?
chantment. Thc professipa had been
BTQSSly insulted, ami the insult
I should bc vigorously resented. All
?? re of one Blind aa that point. Libe?
ral* and Conservatives. Progressists and
j Kcai'tionarics.journals onthe Right and
? journals on the Lift, <lennans ami
1 Tchi 'ks. Italians and Poles. Hangaria?s,
i Croats, and slavs, bs well a* the foreign
? press, nil united in the BBB thought "f
legitimate reprisal. I'or four dayl not
; a word appeared in snj Vienna journal
' in relation t>> Parliamentary proceed?
ing*. The eloquent Solon* who were
; BOCnstomed te talk from the hOUBO-top
: now lound themselves talking in a ccl
! lar. They had no longer the enjoy?
ment which :i politician so Keenly
relishes of scenic theil WOMBO in
print. These who. after burin;;
'tliiu colleagues erith ? dull and bb
grammatical harangue, msc up asxt
; morning, t" lind their remarks trans
j formed int.. a rmi!??Ml discourse by the
I magic of the rcpt.itel's pencil, felt
themselves relapsing once more into
Obscurity. The crisis at length caine.
On the lift li day Herr Smolka repealed
the rule called into being by the anti
I St nntic tiri-eater, and solemnly j.ro
I i limned the rash, ukase al an end.
1 Peace was concluded, the parliamentary
? Tr?i(*rt?- blazoned ma ia the aaampapan
, the foUoning morning, and the tegisfe
tOTR, who for four days had been re?
duced to tin- condition ol' deaf mutes,
again burgeoned forth into illustrious
orators.
Tin fall "I Khartoum has produced
mt usual anxiety in Vienna, as there i
a little Austrian colony in that citv.
According to Egyptian official statistics.
then were ia Khartoum in 1KB-, be?
sides thc missionaries ami nuns, six
Austrian merchants under the protec?
tion of thc Austrian Consul. Herr Han?
sel. The nuns had ilse I Catholic
school for giris, which, with the church
and bnrying-gronnd, was under Aus?
trian protection. W hal has become of
the little colony? Nobody knows. If
Kl Mahdi has massacred them it will
cost him thc friendship of the \ iauneee?
for ju-t now everybody herc is a
?? Mali-list."
Austria is s(, peculiarly situated that
she is interested iii every Fiiropean
ijiiaiitl. but tliis tune she can look on
as a disinterested spectator. Indeed,
she is thc only European country al
present engaged in the honorable occu?
pation of minding her own Inn?ness.
She is the only kuiopean Power thal
.an be lound at home. Ml thc rest
ire away. France is inTonquin, Kn^r
laad in Egypt, dei many in Zanzibar
and the C.inieiootis. RuBBM il prowling
ground AfghsBistan, Italy is stealing
huts from Turkey on the Rad Sea.
while little Portugal is trying to staff
ihe entire Congo regions into her pocket.
In fact, the saying sf Count von tiena,
is literally realised l " There is no
more Kurope."'
lt has been mooted that Tiela, i biBf
ol' the Hungarian Cabinet, is devhdng i
colonial -(heme, but BB is entirely too
practical a statesman to engage in any
suth phantasy. Such a policy would
he in direct opposition to all the tradi?
tions of the empire. But il is quito
certain that wc arc foBovrhaj every
hioseiiitiit oi oui aeighbon irith ajeah
ons eve ami keeping a sleepless watch
over our own interests. One of
the results of the present situ?
ation is to make j.lain to the
world that the lamons Triple Alliance
is no more. Italy has ostentatiously
withdrawn from it. She has been so
Used for thc pitst liventy yeal s |0 get?
ting something for nothing that she
imagined her presence iii the Triple Ai?
linn, iheald be paid for. She liss
doubtless made ,t secret bargain with
England, the ??consideration" beeag
the annexation of Tri|Kili. Already
the Human journals are ''rubbing up
obi documents to prove that thc
sultan's title to the country _ de?
fective. They think he ought to
be relieved ol it in the interest of. v
civilization, lt is strange how inter- u
gated ??civilization" il at present in I (
reclaiming barbarians, especially those ; i,
who Occupy rich, fat lands. The grand- j h
cst eventuf the social season, which has | j,
been unusually brilliant in its round of s
pleasure, was the *? Concordia " ball of i i
journalists anti authors. Crown-Prime \
Rudolf. Archduke William, Court- ; c
Steward < oiint Bomhelle**. and a score j
sf adMB* distinguished personages were j
Btosent. A deputation from the Jour?
nalists' Inion of Buda-Pcsth attended. 0
lic.-i.l.s many notabilities from various a
ither places. p
"
?mal* Tal la Ina HoMly l* >.i,_lauit. f,
A St. Petersburg telegram say* : j p
Hu- .lum nal de St. Petersbonnj, in thc
ours* of sn important snd evidently
nspircd article, han the following con
?crning the Afghan difficulty : "lt is
;o bc Imped tliat the Karl of Lhitt'erin,
abo is ms! i neted to confer with the
Ameer of Afghanistan, will give the I tl
alter wiso counsel. If Fusland I n
?nd }lussia are to regard Afghan
istan as a hilder to prevent friction, thi
A meer MB] not make it a brand ot
discord nor interference with the delim?
itation of tbe frontier. Tho fact thal
thc Amctr is to have an interview wi'!
thc Karl of Ibiffcrin shows that thi
Ameer is tiesMfedewt on Hritish policy,
Therefor.* Hritish pAfcy is th* more re?
sponsible for the acts ol' the Ameer. It
is to be hnjxd that the moderation and
prudence of the Knglish Cabinet will
prevail in thc settlement of the frontier
dispute, despite the clamor raised bv
the Knglish politicians.'' The journal
concludes tliis significant article with
the following new political epigram :
?? Pti stipe endangered on the Vile can?
not bc restored on tlic Herri Rood.''
ti HEAT FAINTING DESTROYED
?torr's "slrrslm Brssit" "?trsllr* by I***
issi Itan-is.
The Philadelphia Times say, that it
has just been discovered that the beau?
tiful Hore curtain which attracted so
much attention in this city during the
a nicniiial year has been totally de?
stroyed, tinstave Pore was paid 2*>.
I'l-c francs for thc painting, and duties
and other expenses made it cost about
15,0*00. John Sleeper Clark, the actor,
owned the work of art when it was di ?
stroyed. and he valued it so highly that
when George K. Goodwin, manager of
the Walnut-Street Theatre, offered him
$li,()00 for it, the comedian refused it.
saying: ?? Ne, George, it's worth more
than that to hold for s rise." About
the time the Kiralfy Brothers ..pened
the Alhambra, now known as llavcrly's
Theatre. Mire, tin- oldest partner, went
to Paris in nearch ol' novelties, and
after a good deal of negotiation induced
i.ustave Hore to paint a drop-curtain
representing " The Sleeping Beauty."
The curtain was hung in the A Piambra
and nttraeted a creat desi of attention.
In order to prevent the curtain from be?
coming worn it ass not placed on the
curtain-drum, but area pulled up un.I
folded in the middle. lu time the fold?
ing uia.ie a crease in the canvas, and
in thc spring af 1 -**7r* it was
taken down tn be retouched.
Over forty of the most promi?
nent scene painters of the country
were at one time or another invited to
BeBM their prMt to retouch the Hore
curtain. Painter after pointer anent to
Philadelphia, in-pectcl the picture, and
went awav. declining to assiriK* the re?
sponsibility of reproducing the peculiar
atinnsphern effect surrounding " The
Sleeping Beantr." carefully draped ia
Malia the eurtnin was swung at the
back ol the lt age, and there it was
wi.ni John Sleeper Narke bought the
theatre, a few Moaibi later Ber
lossy Kiralfy suildenlv appeared before
Mr. clark and offend him 11,500
for the curtain. Mr. Clarke declined
the oiler. Bolossy begged and goat ice
lated, and by loOO-blds raised his oller
to $4,000. Thin Mr. Clark (nhl him
the picture was not tot Saki A year
or so later, when Mr. Clark became
c.hiv ince.I thal he could not linda scene
painter in this country willing to re?
touch "The Sleeping Beauty," he de?
rided to send it lo Palis ami employ
Hore to do the work. With si sheet ol'
white muslin Ofer its lace the curtain
was rolled up and locked in the star's
dressing-room on thestege. Mr. Clark
went to Knrope. Tteo ot three Beaeaaa
VOfet by and still the big picture rc
tnained in the Theatre.
Wbni in 1883 Joseph D, Murphy,
now dead, leased the Theatre, the Hore
curtain was -till there, and a clause in
the lease read that '-The Sleeping
Beauty " was to be carefully ptreaotrTen
and that the lessee iva- to be responsi?
ble for its safe keeping. Windier Mr.
Murphy appreciated the value of thc
painting is not known, bat he evidently
forgot the clause in thc lease. Karly
in the season he decided to produce the
cantata of ? Thc Haymakers.' ?ees>
ral BOW sets ol' scenery -.vere ivaiited
for the production, sud the Baaaagee
treal back te ihe stage te look over the
-lock Staff and BM wham I ould bo
worked over into "Hats" foi thc can?
ilta. Bat little available canvas cituld
?I lound.
? What's that bundle?" -aid the
uanager, pointing tuan immense roll of
esaarkably clean eaaraa swinging ia
he corner.
?I hat is the ? Sleeping Beauty," an*
mered the seme-painter.
?? Well, cut her up ami make a pan
if flat-."
? Bal that's the Dort curtain." -aid
be artist.
? Well, what ol' it -" lt certainly
-n't dnnig tillich good where it i-."
The painter argued, ('-.postulated,
ind dually went oil' in a bad humor,
belaring that he would not be a party
o -iich vandalism. That afternoon
ba .-lagc-carpetileis. under instructions
rom the practical manager, sliced up
he curtain, titted it to a pair ol ll it
rauie-. and hoisted il to the paint-room
rn the fly-gallery. The master scene
laiuter recovered his good humor late
be following day. and on returning
0 the theatre found that during his
b-cinc his a-.-istant had. with white
amt. obliterated every sign ol'
??re's handiwork. When the paint
rs stopped work that malu a
iehl af luxuriant tiinothy-lmy covered
In- canvas that had a few hours before
ieen adorned by ??The Sleeping l.cau
y." Since then the same canvas has
xiii covered willi so many interior and
xterior BObbUM for comic opera that it
1 covered with paint a .purler of an
iirh deep. The comer sa the curtain
hat bears the signature of the great
lench artist hangs neglected ou a peg
a the property-room, ami it was
brough this relic that the destruction
I -The Sleeping Hean ty " was dis
ov( red. Charles K.|Hurii>. Mr. Clark's
tmerican agent, is worried over the
estruction of the curtain. The owner
< -till ignorant of his Lss.
Walt* tar th* l.t-nerals Allaaepl.
A Hurlington special says: Peter
till, an eccentric colored salve yendor,
f this, place, who became famous by
liding to President Carin-!.! when he
88 shot a box of his browa salve, this
lorning shipped by express lo General
rant several boxes of his salve, with a
tter to Mrs. Grant giving direction
ow to use the concoction, and promis
ig a speedy cure for the hero. Old
till, dining thc residence of Ceuerai
rant in Hurliugton, was employed by
Irs. Grant to do odd jobs, and ou se?
nnit of his piety became a favorite.
Ursitaerisl Wrmb MMat'l M?vela*.
A Chicago special says : Aa a result
I' the recent exposures of the methods
1? professional mesmerists who em
loyed professional subjects, one of the
I'refcssors" named Kennedy pro
ssed his readiness to submit to an ita
nitisl investigation bv a committee ol'
hy sk ians. 'Ihe test was made at tbe
herman House to-day, when the "l'ro
ssor" utterly failed to mesmerise a
nglc one of the subjects, they bavins;
ren selected by tbe physicians at ran
um frooi people wholly unknown to
ie oj-cnitor. All of Ihe visitors ad
ii ed I'rokssor Kcaucdy's air of conti
dence, ind though the committee waa
ntianimonalyof thenpiumn that hi* pre?
tensions were without foiimlition, he
mir considered e mister of Ihe art af
-bluff."' He staked his credit epou
the ordeal, and having ie^omintos-ly
failed, showed nota particle of clmfrin.
Indeed, the opmion wa* expressed that
he had passed throu~h srmitatr *a?ne? an
muir times that be hsd learned how
to bear him*.,!! under trying circnoi
stiaces.
???i?mw
Tr??* rot* Mat pt.
Hv cable to th* lr-patch.l
SYDRI y. N. S. W? March 3.?itw
1 New South Wales contingent for the
Soudan campiign. comprising rJiMt men.
started to-?lay un their voya~? lo
. Firypt. Their departure wa* made the
occasion af a public holiday. Th*
sin cfs along which the troop* marched
lo the steamers were beautifully deco?
rated, and were lined for mile* wilh
dense throngs of people, who manifrsted
t unbounded enthusiasm. The <?ev
ernor delivered a stirring sjieech, and
special seni.es for the safety of the
volunteers were lieid in all the churches
nie transports were encorted out of the
harbor by a perfect Meet of steamer*.
The patriotic fund now amount* tn
X4ri.<*lM?.
lalllr-lklaiia Killed.
Hs telegntph to the lRapatrn.)
St. I-ot'ls, March .1.?Advice* from
I >.intuitt county. Texas, say that the
sheep ranche of Ryan A Level, whwh
has borne a bad reputation for a lou
time, being regarded ss hi?do-art. rs
for cattlc-lhietcs ami Mexicans, wa* at?
tacked three days ago hy Americans.
Manuel Hore*, the overseer, ara* hang?
ed, tao or three herders were shot and
killed, ami thc sheep scattered in all
directions. No effort h?> been made tn
arrest the guilty parties. Dimmitl
county ass the scene of the late fro iMes
with Mexican-.
Carla) lan*!** HUI**).
[Bj te leura ph to th* Hlapateh.i
NRW k'ORR, March .1.?Thi Spanish
i i.nsut-f irneral received the following
dispatch from the I .osernor-deneral of
Cuba lbw afternoon: ?-Carlo Agnero
was killed yesterday at Colon by th*
Civil Uoard." Thc Spanish authotith-s
in.lile ntisiic, cs.lui efforts to hive
Aguiit. t vlii'l'icd from Key West l*st
summer.
t Mine** 4 hllil rea and Ul* lr,. *teho*l*
lits MagassR io iii* Mpaam.1
San Fit \Mgs, ii. Mirch .1.?In the
Supreme Couti to-day it was decided
that Chinese children must bo admitted
to the public Beeamma
i.iitiisi.in. 11:1 ittiiim t? Baila*?*?
Hs c?I.Ie to tlie Dlipatch.l
Lon nos, Mardi il.?Mr. loadstone's
icinpoiary illness has pissed away.
and he is ntteiiiling to public business
ti-tlay.
A i.o\ ..i in, isr (itRAN-Tivr Norn
Kuri nil, d or | .lia I tl |sis( |>ii id fur 11
l Ills UH KM ITU A I'tHH tH.
Ki'iiui'*.'! Vs.
BMOKI TKIXV ti., tits.
I g vs. i in mn kii'MV Qmii.tiRTh.s the
BM "I Br. l*R>s :.| Keiine.l> a Favorite Heme
.ls . II. VS < i!i..s!.-.?l 1'r.M.f-Ke?ter. Intti**.
Spoil* Tim, ?. _
tan?n Tanti onuaa.
TUB IMsI'VI. II J..H-1'RIRTIRrl llol'HB ia
tliorouuhlyci|iilppctl toilo*ll tiin.lsof H.s.*.
AM) Jilt-IilNTIM. *t the sliortt-st not.**.
HROKr. I'KIX V liliAKS,
4! I MOX Mt I*, TO ll tV.
a
itiiiivit.M. baraar ii ...-i.sk seseen
lllllles. I,lilli.-;.-s. HILI MH*ons
CTAR KLKCTRIC LAMPS STILL
?v5 xiiiAii. i.ten Ban ?raaf them d*
liiihie.l. i.Iscsr IirIiI i*i|iinl lo foin gas-tefs
or len ovdtnarj i?inp*. No more lamp *x
I
i <"'
ware of Imitators. 0>l Un- kiah, manu
; fiicturetl bs lit.line*, fltsitli A IU) .len. ?nt!
sold st sit,asl Xl wi i. stied DOS casi ll nutt
s'leet. ll".' .'list III.*.: siled, ?ntl St 111* '!?
, | ot. tt north Mc v.-u th street. Cse *tiy or
tllllM.IV kt los. i.il *t un ei|M-llse ol two
I cen?per Right. J. B. I.VNN * nt. Moir.
Agants for the southern Mtate*. Prier*
1-ieBlIy letluci'l. ruin 4-lt*
DI lt VM M tl l WHIMKBV.
CTSLT. dh.:
I>(? Vdt KROW WHAT IT MT
Ask vour physician or .lruzi; 1st, ?n?l he will
tell sou lt Isa
lt INK. HKAIU.Y ItllMON.
IHKK\ I I'l'ill. MALT WHlssKKY
I* entirely free from fu*el oil: absolutely
pom Mint iimiitiiltf rafci!: a povitlv*
cine for
rii.Vsl MITi'.N.
li K.vii.NAitv i itt il tm.km. MALAMA*
IRDIOCBTIOR. wasting I'Imkaihm,
ami the onlr iv <?? aim lett
ANTIDOTE Mill (Hui.Kilt.
A HK\ KRAO- ASM MKIiICINK CO-r
MINI'.U.
-.ni to any xlilrea* in Hie Knited Hlate*
ie*st of the It.H-ks MolllltRltl*). all expres*
?ll*Hie* |.le|*ll.l ill plllitt evue?lio rBunre
fm com incut ...ula ming six quart bottle*,
?ii receipt ol ott a?lUiet.
Pilli K ONK IXll.f Alt I'KR IIOTn.R.
So.il hs leading .1 ru**isis?iul flue grocery
not ises.
THK Ul Kl V MALT- WHIMRKY C<>.
Baltituor*. lld.
K. A. MAI NUKItsiaRilN.aaenwror BicR
aiontl. _ fe IH-dlniOwll
mimi nu. vt tn.s.
\\'DII '.KAI' WATKIL
iits'inc to repair* and improvement* nov
bri** Unideal lb.- s>|.rlii*r, MK Mil.l.Mirr
UK Altl.K lo sd I . 1.1 iltit I l's li iM KUM
Illili TU!-* MATCH for a few day*. Wt
usk ilieir indulgence for a abort whit*.
V'ers r.-s|?s'tfiills.
IM lt. U.K. LAUD A I'd.
\ jen's for Mineral Wale? ir" Virginia,
mb 4- ti
1*411 ITU
T I'fiHT BRAHMAS.?I HAVE
* ?< s. .. i?: i .i i, ithi.s.if ih. lats.vr.nameO
bleed for mle cheap. I m. i?**i.| to Ba IBB
?noblest of lb* noble fowl* ' and the A_Mt
of all ci tassr-s for iai?eneMof chicken* aad
i.;<.-tii?if eu;**. Tliii ls* rare chan**, a*
Hil* ls the season tnt matins:. IXI.MI lor
hatch lita I'KVM'.t 111 KOCK. LIUMT
Hit MIMAS, mihi MK. "VB I. KO HUB*
i lilt kev.*- cnn ls- supplied if order* ar*
promptly lent. XV. ?*, lif.t'HKll. Broad and
line street* li im Coal-Yard. ash l-gt
UBI
r-ar*V-*r^-se-. * ?- , * ,??*.-?/ ?> *N.*\/*V* '?VN/',/* ,*g Arf
j W. KILLI I'S _ SON, e^BOgm
A Jo KLRMMHIROrRORR- ^m^^
TAKBBH.
1808 east Maim rtrbbt (uud*r Bt. CtMtrlsa
Hotel).
BCBIAI.-i'AMKH. MlIBOniiK and r~
NKKAL Ctl.NVKYANCKS fumt*b-d at all
tioiii-s. Tel??rapb order* attend-1 to day og
night. *e io-ea*
aBjrrurra.
V. lu v iso.v. G. J. dav ison. W. V. UAVmoB*
DAVISON'S
HKXTAI. PARI.OBM,
No. Ill rust Malu ?tre*t.
i ifflce hour* from v A. Al. to I R af.
Term* moderate. s*t_J*ctlan am
teed. RI
WIRRB. USJlt'lMBM. tko\
- - ??? -
IA BARRRUS Pl RR SCt'PPIR
1" NOMI WIJfB:
10 I .ai.vis IT'KK IMBI' WINK;
10 barrel* ll KK HI.AI KUKMRY WIMK.
Iireet rrom lb* s mes ard of C. W. (larrvtt*
t .. Kiifl. il Nf. for sal* by
-KATl-.i:. MYRBM a Ct)..
te J7-81 14J4 Ra.RBlrecf.
MTKam-RRlllTSKB. StUMIMdjI.
V0TICE.?1 NA?W OCCUirT^liii
i-" buii.lmg .No. nee iarjr sir**! ifor*?*rly
Rahm A HuRler.. ?od _?ve on BawdIRM
lil.NKMOK M-.W ANU IMl*t4UVBU Rat*
I-^VlTH^e^"-^ *rf?'
i* elm noei*a*T?tiMn

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