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DATLY DISPATCH.
voL Ixl RICHMOND, VA.. SATITtPAV MOl'.MNC. FEBRUARY io, IMi-2._NO. jg.
Atirhmoiui gispatch.
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WEATHER REPORT.
iNKHiTii'N- ion TtvDAT. Kortho Mid
; Vt 'antic S'.tt.-, fair weather, iiortli
iiy wind*, h. cnmiti.- vruiahle. :ui(l tria
?r lii'.'licr temi it-rat ur-'au I pn s-un .
Tin: vi ka rm u yi.-mkkuat tva* partly
loud; and cooL
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) A. M., Mj BOOB, lu; 8 P. -M., ll ; I P.
M.. 89; lui.liii.lit. 84.
Al. all tl IIIl>. latllle. 85.
LOCAL MATTHUS.
Kielli..omi int.! Haiti ill. Nltxii.
ThereVction jreBterrla** In tin- stock- ol
the Itii l.tu'di'l ariil D.tiiv il'c;,iu| Vt .-t I'oint
rcritiitial C'ompanieB ttl- BOl vvltat vt.a- ex
liccted. '1 ic* fut tliat (.iiier.il l.o * '
mel Buford, Mr. Clyde, and Hr, Bl j ta
i* mt to Seo \ ork | reparrd to re?*
i- a* poatalbk th'*?licet- "f the raid
.f the i ? !-. li ?! |-ii::;i> i" hope thal Ihe
Bock would tak, ari immediate upward di*
r. ?.?tidii. Rut bardh , bouj li iii.- tia- al
low< ,1 them. Thi j had t" Had ,,'it th>*
?iii- ol Un trouble anti I" orXBBiBf, and it
is u, .)*, rt ??',;.ii'l. to *.i|i|iosc thal the ben
vt- ol their i'i -? bi iv Si b . "ik tviil be
-llutVI) ti-.ibj .
A t* I' M iu ?;i* i' ''? ii ct! .!*otii Wal! -'.n ct
s. -ii rda) thal " Vanderbilt i- a bull;
? ? dild with liiui. 'I li?
is nrobal lt tout In I."
tn Rirhroond ti ?!? riat- Hm p were no
Impnrtai nd ? onfldi noe In
n a lion of tbe -'? >',- wa- not Bl Brm a- "ii
; However, thc Rlclun md mar
I ul a .1. pendency "f thi Netv
York market. Quotation*. , "Vn hourly i.v
I 'i to tbe i ul the
a n IT < lion ol (bal lo
Nen i irk arnon. I p umi. - int- r<--t- ,1. Thc
i-ie.it, in Dae ville and Tei*mtnal, while lt
nts a notable Incident of the dav' work
,r the S. m . "ik Block Exchai
l'liur-il tt. did nol caiiac anything like thc
im iiicial circle* -:? i:? rall) tbat
ivaa f, lt h* i,*.
Tii'H-n-'.v mornii I and Dan*
rllle -"'d in \i vt York at 219, and the fol
oivilir . iu!;,linn- te-lt rday ;
ll o'etoeh. ISO
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Hut i-v leroi and I7n :,-k, tl.
n - - Point Ti iniiii il uj't rn d al ?-,|"'. nnd
lot** ll al IT' -?'.
?resent', (nilli Vt (ll..- I'osl (or Their
Itifliiiitiiitl Hilititrs) li it ii.Ih.
'., ol titi 23d i'iii'li-lie
tl? lol!"*
?"Three handsome and nally artintlc
.tK an* on ? iiiiiiii'di iv thexouth >
viiidoit ol DonnellyV v.ml.m. u'- furnish
ii'.- si.u*c, iu Tat lof Dpcra-llouHc build
ii.'. 'IK* > are each twenty-four inebe?
, i-..--. ,i ::,, lop, tt, i?? made ai I. Datla'*
.o't rt. and ? ,m !i-k,ioisu
*t ii-1.'-hu., ur ol -K *-?? Hean, Noa. 7-.. mi 78
Erroll iri reet. These taowl* are decorated
tiih pink viound: near the lop, upon the
['sid, . ar, p. j ie-, utaij,,!., of I.undies of
'rape* v i'll t Inc* and leavi *. and al the
re -triking picturi * of tl. s-tati -
; ., ' front ground, executed bj whal
? knot* ii - thi In li ,-<?< nun lc prc*
"? The designs upon the exterior, which
ii,- i'-.. , are : C'lat-pi d l and*,
.rand Ali,it ol Ihe K- |>u!,!it- badge, * )B*
' ,l_ . Seo d< i - J co;!-,,!-:,!-.)!*,
til.'mi.t ta '-..'-;. rm*. knapsack and uhi?
.. t tt ii v . and ti j ?< -ii one a how
izer. upon another a pice of artdli rj. and
inon the third a pair ??! knapsacks, with
?aland vnit blanket*! and two tnuaketx.
rhe i;.*,' Iptlonn are, n *pectivi Iv: ? | rom
it like. : oat. 0. A, C.. and ' Auxillar*
()rpa. Trenton, S.A., to Riehmond How
c. i -. Hichmond, Va,, Fe ?. jv 1882*:
Prom rVilk, Pi -i. ',. \. I:., and Auxlb
: -. I ft BtOB, N. J., tO OIi J r,.'i
it, Richmond, Va., Feb. ?_"'. 1882';
From t\ i.'.- * Pout, (.. A. R., and Aux!*
? ps, Trenton, N. J., to < lld 1 I Vit*
?iiiii Infantry, Richmond, Va., Feb, 22,
I *?*??'.'
?? li will be i, merni*-) n .1 (hal during thi
ti-it ol \ iron U iikt?* Ku*! in the ! ork
town Centennial celebration they rtopi'cd
ut RU-bin ad, aud were right royally enter?
tain* d l-t th* *,,l t itiii ?' nieli|!ii I* of lin
m.iiiui.u,(i, turned. Tlie-'
haiul-odp* -|..*. ii.ii ns .,( Trenton's handi?
work were order d Kv Aaron Wilki - I',,-t,
nd ? a Sui ?: 13 evi uln 1 1 nu ? ttee ap
point* ,1 for ih it |iiirpoHe t-. iii 1roi eed -,,,
II od, :,uii un the following d
-'ni ililli-, in the name of Karon Wilke*
Poat, in 1*1 cognitl -ii of iii,* hospitality ol
tli" tm 11 uh - i Hiiu iii v, me tin '.ray. Mi.
Dcm. tin de -orator, 1. id e irfi warn he, and
il \n ,i lined i-t 1 xperts iha! tin work upon
i ;* i* thc iiu. -t that baa bi n exe?
cuted in 'ui* citt."
Tl.e Ole) BattClT \.iilt'loll tviil lill et
al bead I the I ire IN j artment,
on Tent- -tiiit, al . o'clock tlii- eveninc,
? preparation*to receive thc'li- nton
t i.-il.>i?-.
i'm him: Labi Ni'.' 1 Mt Pabtxi iv
A full but ut crowded bouse witnesss-ed
? rt-pretn nut ion In U.i* city ol B rt
ley t . uni' ,ii'- play, ?"? My Partner." Thc
nlol .?) tin- drama, like tbal ol Camille,
bingi - upon a point ?-*, ntlallj di
t<> .a relined and cultivated taste. If UK*
i .1 ia pn -t 11Vtlc n of ft id life i.i
1 :nv via. it i* a comfortable thing to
kaoB that Richmond i- In Henrieo,
ind -iskit.ni county. 'li..* play i*
vt_-.iif.ii-* iiiui v.)-,t amuaing -a baa aort
of diuic iiotcl, tery Well di.iiuati/' il and
vtcli acted. The In ru, "Joe Saunder*,'1
i* a Chevalier Bayard gone mad-?a might
be, Bot au actuallt* thal i*. outaldt '*f 1
lunatic aaylum. Mr. Aldrich played the
part vt ii hu f.,|,t:intl palin.* it Inch delighted
thc audience and aimo-d cheated them Into
the 1, inf thal be reptreseated 1 i?i*-iKIl
iimi . Mr. chaplin ti- ** Major Iltiny < '.t
Hiiu" mis excellent?luituraland aol In
the l.-.i*t -t.i.-iy or adi <-t< il. The villain
?"Bcragga*- Nv;i, imll|, tooviHaiaouaiahb
affection ite contemplation <d bia Ungi r-ualla
-.nd the Iiu.. -tv,un accoHipanitiictit* of 1I1.1
iiiiiie knave- in general. Mi-* Ooldthwall
had btetf (iiiticult ride, and pbyed it aa
* itialactoril) aa any art i-l,- could WlVf lilied
a pai: to unpletBaai to anv good and pure
tvoiuati. .vi,. 1'ar-l.n* bb Wing Le* watt
rapltal- mit H-, !\ tullin and very Cblaeae.
Take ll ::\\ In all, the do-na ia well acted,
bul ii"t i-:.! iit.ii,,* to Improve tbe audience
< ii!.' r i.icnta'it or moraJlv. li nil! be re*
].*-ai.d to-ni-eht and thi* afternoon id 1
matinee ix-rlurruaiice.
lin: BL Bl 1 i:i r K!i;!ir.-','he ? uuiH-il
( oiuiuiiKe*,,,, j ;,.!,, .,,,,( |.-jM;.ni(. niet tea*
t-idav evening at tbet itv Hall to oonalder
thc petition ii the Bruah Electric Light
(om- .-uv. l i ; 1 mi..j m to ?.> -t thi lr
pole* and extend thdrwlrefl through the
-ti.-e'sof the etty, After a full diactutalon
?d th. Mil-Jet*t, it, whleb niosi ol tli*- iitt-iii
Kt is nf thc '* "luiniitcc- expreaaed thrat*
?*(!i(, in lavoral tin- neUtioB, it wu* de*
i-rmim d t, i.n thc 1 Mt it ton Ky for future
ciiisliK?ration, pending Which they recoui
in* nd ti.at the c..uiicii appoint b epeetal
c(iniuiit1.-e ol -..vcn m. in (mt* to consider
Kn c\ pt (Heney of .-il.oii lag the COB-Pt-O] t<?
i'm- tlu- old vva!.i-tvurks BOWBff to tUippiv
thc fltrecU tvilb the cl. 1 tri.- light.
JUDGES JOSTLED.
I lilli.... of Hollie.- 4 Irtllll Jin!*..*, Yf'fa
(cr.loy : Muprr-int- 4 our! to
ht- (hmcil lit-llnt
t:\eriilioii ni ?mi tim li ni' the Jiu.H Order a*
liefer* In (hf- lirflloti ol' ( I rt llit-t ourl
tattoos tu i in Taeaaeieei tin* PenAtwetot
i uiiilitK.tes Sui! r.sful, i.r Cnursr?Court ol'
t.-pMils (o lie Self-rted T.i-Dny: Skrt, lira
of dir Itr-n.lrliMrr ( BB-l-BtCa Vilf.. ol'
I ? -? i -Vito *t in lite Senate mid llooae of
Il.ir.at. s !'? a sun:. I-. tc
Yesterday, in tim Benate, a n taohltloa
from the Houaeof Delegates vt;,- r-otaara*
ni. rited hy Mr. Board, providing for thc
appointment of a ipecla. couimiitee to ex?
amine the booka ai'd papers of the ollie*" of
Auditor ?-f Public keentmVAt, so that .Mr.
Allen uiat at once ijUAHfy. Tho Senate
agreed to the reaolutiou. The Presideni
pro trm. appointed Meaan. Wingfield of
Albemarle and Rekrldg- un the part of thc
Sell lt, .
NORrOKK rBBHIBAL iOMI'.tNT.
Senate Kill |o amend th?- M, Uh. .".'ih, -tb,
7th, and int li section* ul- mu act entitled I
an mt Ifl incufpui-atc th,- Norfolk and
Portsmouth Teniiiuai Railway, tt barf,and
Warehouse Cuiiipaiiv, approved Marah v.
J--.'. WM pa**, d.
ii BUB**! TBX1 ii'.
\ M-ointiou froiii tin* lloiw.iwai com?
municated to thc nnile propoaing tint th'
Ino Inn:*'** prOCe**d at 'Jj o'eloek Ihi* day
[yeaterday] to the electtoB of corpoi dion
ind , oi' Norfolk aad count] judge of Nd*
-oil. .Mr. Km- BMved timt tue reaolution
lt- t iki .1 np. \ p ? d to. Mr. Rue th- u
ci!, red an amefldUM nt postponing die elec?
tion! aforesaid until March 3d. Mr. Thur
linn urged tlc postponement in vi,*.*, .d'
fte lacl tied Judge Godwin's caae mv,die?
ri" question of tbe tennre ol fudge* eh cted
to lill v:*.i :ni:it-. i.ihI Benatora desiri na io
s|k .,k mi t!ii- -iinji it, here for the Ural time
pi-siutt i. ahou'd bave opportunltj t" pto*
)i;ire arguments,
Mr. itu,'* .-iiii'-ii.iiiitnt tt,is -greed t".
'lite resolution tva* adopted.
JABE- lit Ki: '.vn til.-il ::n BAILBOAD.
Mr. Rawlca lull "tn In inporate lhc
James Uiver and "rYeatem Railroad Cobb*
puny " ttas j, is,i ,i, ml .ni', /,, . io tli
Mons .
'iiu lull provided tbat i -didi I < lawful
for booka of subscription io be o]M*ncd,
uii,!,r tin dir', tion of tin- penona Barned
bi tl ?section, who are berebj appointed
(*oi!ii:ii*-io!u ra for the purpoac, at tlu* plat -
mi r named, rt sp<. tit. ly .* lu thu
(,,tt n of Waverly, Bmisexcounty, under the
ui-'i i;oii ol P. Fleetwood, J. 8. Kills, and
?1. M. Balle] : |ln thc county i i I
s ill.-. Hid. r Hie di,, i ': ?! ,i R. D. Til!.:*.
B. F. Jarrott, and John .K Dey cr; and in
-ik li, tbi:' plac, -. and midi r tlu* direction
of -inh agent or agents, a*. a majority of
ih, commissioner** herein appointed uni!
. tl to 1*1 ?-, [vi -;:', .ai* Hom in lin*
vt. ii ul Wan vii aball authorial- and desig?
nate ; v.11i<!i i.k- uf subscription ma] 11
*>> opened forth.' purpose "i .< '.it lng sub
si rii'i.',.:- io :,.i amount not cxcicdlng
, in -h-.r. - of -;, i , ., li, p. eoi..ti?
llite ;i io'iu; capital-tock ltd* th'* cli-tnie
lion from some point on .lame- river, in
Virginia, mar Stoops's Point, to a point al
?f iu*,i ile ciiv ,,i Dani ill'*. Ya.
v'. Whenever $25, OOO ol *i<..!.-hall hv.
???ii ii. ii i,y indi', Idual-i oi* corpo?
rations other than railroad ")' int'ilia! in
[irovctncnt (***nipank*-*, I*. Kietitwood and
I. -. V !i*. ,d' tin Btati ol Vii. lui i: .:
M. Bulley, Kduaid Dexter, and Jame P.
Chaplin, Ol tin* "-Kit.* ol M i?tu hiisiit*:
their executora. adm! ubttra tors, successors,
nr assignees, -hail in. md they are bercb]
ilecl.ua d t-, la*, a hody -politic ani corporate,
iiitih r the name :.ui -ly\" d' the 'lani, *
River and We**tern Railroad Company*
uni thal! be -iii Jed to all tin provi*ioi
the Code nnd genera) lawr, of Vi- Inia ap?
plicable to roiiroad and internal improve
rnenl comiiouiea, exccpl ni - i fir a* lhc
?taine may be inconsistent with the provi
I 'I.:- BCt, .Vc.. ,V, .
V. VI. 1.
Ilous* 'ill providing for vaeatii
I', '.a-,i "i A i-iton ,,i Hu* \ Irgini. Mihi ?? j
Institute tia* taken up -m motion ol Mr.
.
*? t ? ral amendments proposed b) tie. )::
Hotl v.? :? - n ' d I".
The ivi! prov Idea thal ile pn -- ni Keen,I
shall !? vacated on Un 25th of June, lt
iu*. rentlall] leaves Hi, "ii,- ii c. rps, pro
IV*- ip- and i n -1 iu. Ku-, K ta dealt '-?- Ith Kt
the nett Board. They are, however, nol
! K. in thc lull."
The vote on pannage wa* na (ollowa:
t*. . V!. rt*. IV,,h, . |,ii . ('di?
ll ie. .laiiii . Joni , .May... Net
i i . i . ; ,:. crvt-r. Km . KU s. ns, Walkt r, ts
William .oe, V..i-17
N V! - ||| ... K"Im r. I., m ?
I of Ila
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pu; i-i t\.
lloii-i uill idot idin-' for s.iKiniUii
111- |., opie tlie p] !i'!li|i 111* lo tb*'
* itutlon in reference '?> the n ]>? I ? I
the J ill-tax ',' : lilt. :i! I di VV '* K.I., li up, oil
?.notion of Mr. Riddleberger, and i isacd
it Itboul dit i-ioti.
Tin amendment) \tiii bc stibn I Ui I to
lin j t opie at iiu- Not, ni'', r i j, ellon.
[Mr. Hurl in tbe chair.]
THK J01K1 OBBBB.
Th,* hour of i o'eloel, having arrived,
tin < hair ann,uni,, d tie j? *..i. orai i.
ile -agett e.' ? ? exi lian .?'!?- Ith
tbe Douse.
iv t* .iud..- ol Hie Fourth (Dani ill*) cir?
cuit Mr. Klllotl iioiiiiii t. .1 ll. M. I* ml in
words oi' great pr ii-,-.
Mr. Hun [Mr, Wood in tb< chair] nomi?
nated iv. a liandsomc ape* ch Judgi stafford
c. v. Kittie, ilcsias warmly aeconded bj
Mr. Thurman, who aaid i' waa an oul
to ri mot,* liim foi* auy untried man.
?? .OTU KV IN'fuMPKI'K**. I."
Mr, Kybrook spoke kim'iv ,f Mr. Ford
perm d' illy, bul again pronounced him '*to
tall] iiu*..ut],, tent." and dec bred thal Mr.
Kor.1 :?* circuit ju.Iv Would Bot bc Miti ?
factorv to the pi opie outside, i the .ir.!.' <d
office-holder*. .Mr. Lyhrook warned hi
friend- thal this iioiiunalion itould not dot
Hud the da] ol i-. > nl-i. r. would aurel)
rome, In i-oncliiaion, he paid he would
roto for Judgi Whittle, to whom be paid a
high compliment,
Winn the roll waa -railed Me-ara. Hale.
Newberry,and William*, late inembera ..f
"the Big Four," tot.al inr Ford.
Mr. vt Ingfleld of Hanover voted for
Whittle.
Th.- it,int tote jt-iilti tl:
: --rd. lu
tl inti!.. is
li-telatl. 'I. 1
Total.1".U
X".i-JI) Hj a ii.ene. til
'?TIIK Kill."
On motion of Mr. Hidilleli, iv.',!. Hie -, rn,
ate ai l..|.nd the following without divtaloB:
Besot ced (the nouac iMn-t-urrlng), Thal
the juli*.'.-* for the sixth aad scti-nie.nth
Judicial circuit- -hall be voted for before
th.T. shall tie a joint BOBBI of thc tot. ; aud
thal Un inc ,'nl'/,si,i Wu < ointof Appeal*
-hall nil b?voted (or before there -lull be a
joint roUBt,
-ivimi uni ir.
George I'. Hughea tia* nominated hv
Mr. Riddl??'???!--< r; Judge D. ,\. Grimslej
Kt Mr. VV iii'-'li.-hl, nf Allu marie. Mr.
I'ott.ii spoke iu Ugh Kims ..f Judge
Grlmaley, and aaid ha nboadd vole asainri
him ??siiiipl;, bet au-., ba i* iud a Reltd
jtl-ta-r.*'
.-Kt KVIIKNTH t lilli IT.
Kor thi- Judgeship Mr. Norton (colored)
uoininatnl W. T. Kit* In tl. Mr. li. *,.!,. r
nominated judge Benjamin T, (Hinter,
iin.l netti.- a apeeth, Ib wbleh ha pr. *? Bted
tin- claiin* of his candidate In very hand
sollie ttriilH.
Thc itcMrilticter cm d:d ale- iver*.' el. cted
by Hie mmd rote, and aboul .1:1". P. M. Mr.
Kidd!-hen-el offered a resolution, tv hich
wa, adopti d. tbal ih*' further . m t-utlon of
th- joint order I"' postponed until Ti I'.
M. Km- Hil* thc ll"'""" BdOlBed rt substi?
tute that Un* furl'i. r e\M-iiti-ui rn* thc joint
ord* r ba portpaat-d until Hu* day **\ vii p.
M., and t" tiii-i thc BeBate a-i' ? i. ami ad
ionian il.
II.Hit*- "V-ntc-.
ti ).' "HON oy II l-*il>V
At i .,'clo.k test, ulai lhc House weill
inn. th.- election ol certain judi*. -.
lt hilt in-- l.f.ii MOCTtained that the Sen?
ate s\a- ready, thc -peaker BBBounced that
liomin it;.ui* were in order for Hie oflloe ol
iud" of the Fourth judicial circuit.
Tim numil ciK' kit.
Mr. Munford pre-cut'<l thc b_bm of
Judge s. (i. Whirtl.'. th pp?nt Incum?
bent, He spoke in rtotnienl tenn* ..f Judge
Whittle's sterling .|uaiiii?* ai tt man and
hi* |ii:.h*|U:ili!icatifU*a* :i judi.'*. Although
tin- voungeal Judge upon the rip-nit bench
of Virginia, yet he had won for hta-ecU
anioiiv linnc tt ho kn.'tv and uppr*related
him a reputation as a Juri-t tthich n-r-n of
lai* greater experience and riper years
might tlell (le*irc to |i,i-.,-s -.(lintier of
lind.mi,1. d ibllit]?taint:;)', ni 'If lu ad of
til ? hat' fit,111 tv hich lu- lil' elevated to the
bench.
Continuing, Mr. Munford -aid: "My
encomiums mighl to mmem - ? ni'tmit flu* ex
oi ..ia r-zealoua fri ndship, but
when I nil v.ui th.it ever] lawyer? i'ci.I
iu-tti- and GO-BWrvattrC- ii thc ti hole
fourth judicial circuit except the three
who an theniieivea candidate* for th,-po?
sition atv here bj Wu ir i ? tiiioii* Baking bia
rc'icction, ton will appraelate thal tbe
tentlmenta which I utter t-orrrectlj portraj
Iii* .I, ai "td. i and atandlng ? ul expn ? the
ts i*i|i - of the people "f tha' circuit. Bul
if. In : .'?? ro rd ance w ith the m Hull', s ,,f Ring
i aiicu-, thia lodge, notwhhatandtng hi*
i mint ni iiiii' *- aad the manlfe-*! desiree of
the pei pl,*, i- to be .upptaated hy one
whose peculiar claims for tin position
lei ms to bc the neal tt Ith wbl< ii be lia* up?
held thc political principia of the ma?
jority, th, ii I -hall hear hack lo t!:>* 11 opie
whom l have thehotsor in part to represenl
th ? humiliating a-attBitu! tut n ludge
,,f eminent purity and ability had
failed ol r. election, tlioti^-h urged ht
tbe people for thc position, at Hie
hand* ' this l<egtslature because he had
not trailed ids judicial ermine In the mir**
ol thc i - lltli al an in and prestituti d his
high office infurtht ring thc fortunes ofthe ??
dominant party la Virginia, Bach to the
people will I i ( o' Hi -ti ti" ? -a .-.-. and at the
bar of public opinion ttill i irraign thia
part ? i' r t!,i* otitr_ge u* on th- [Binti and
fHclcn.'j of our Judiciary,''
Mr. B. A. Da'.i* seconded the nomina?
tion ,,i' -i.i,i-.- Whittle.
Mr. I.rigs ? l' ??'? ?''" nomlnition II- un
M. i ,"<!. oi ii.nry county.
Vi. Griffin, of Bedford, aeeonded lhc
nomination of Judge \\ liitUe. He rc
I'-?!?:.-,I ta ll:, pi li ion Which h:n\ heil *? ii!
lur,- iii Judge WU!!!.*'- behalf, and th-*
- .Iii. ? i,! Ol tile people nf h | ClTCUll in
favor ol hi- ni- ntion, ax Ku-1ighesl coin
l.'im. ut thal ! iid hru. ll,* did
. Mr, I'ol'd, lill he llil-t Kc .; linn
nf unii*ii 'I ability to he jun iq,.i rail
* -lil', rd (,. \\ tattle.
Th.* c.li tt.i* ? died, uni tic committee
?it the i arl >>f tin nous* Meas] -. i
?i. and Paige -reported the follow
In - r nil: *v\ hole number ,,f votes cast,
irj to a choicj. .; ?ol which
Ford received 7", Wbtttl '. iv
Blackwell, of Danville, i (Mr. oun .
Mr. Ford >? ia de* lan d ? lecti d.
A ii ? t .eis. ,1 tb. j .ii ?tVnator
IVI,ll. '.,i*'. r that the s, Bat. I id ado] ti I ?
J 1*1 lOlUtiOn I'" Idli-il Hie lie,-111.11 o| fill-tut
l ??foi??? having another count, and
? ' Hu -fa ?? jud*.',- ol the ( ourt Of
ApiX alf) I'dule hat in.: Iii, ti,i.V rotint.
Mr. I K.i. . i un id lo ann ntl by substi?
tuting "lour" for "lit, " iii lh.it portion
i*. solution wbii li I*, i. it. d to tht
Court "f tpp,..;,. ii,- didn't thi
i .-institution n quin d thc i V dion ol tit,*
Mr. Nicol -p oke in fasoi* i ?
mi ni. He argui d i > !.???? thal this whole
a !?. tl ie n -? fl. d by a lc* Islon of
? . ' of tl pea!-, t*. hich thc i ,-i -
hound to re pi ? i. I he (?? ik ral
A--, mb|j bad :.- mw li i Ighl lo conflsc d'*
ih* 11', i, rt] of int iii' iv ,1 ol thc House
. to confiscate thc office nf a fudge.
li waa iu tin powi i- of rle Li -Ulaturc to
I ? ? ? .-I ; ?. || from Judie] du rpation bj
the n rn iv il *,f Judges u' tbt n la n i-ou ;?>
belli te thal Ibey I ? Influi n< - d In
their decisions by con upi uiotit .
Mr. Frazier said if ?* Bourbon" meant a
never h*arned anytbin.-, th. ii
Mr. Niel tu- ;i ?? le.ut tildi." Thc s-entle
liian li ul said -omcthingnt-oiii rvvolutio
Hii* wai a rt volutli n. I lie I oun ol \, -
ld d :i 'foi-' t!n pt upi'.
the |' i ii' had in tum decid. ,1 against thc
c..nu. and i: nilli i riv <? waj to thc people.
x\ . Hangi r's ami ndiuenl m.- rejei ti .1
? l, .'?", : i -tl ni p Ut] ? ' ?
Mi. I. rr then c died ntl* ntion to thc
fa * that tin i olutl rn i r ?? iii
ioiii ord. !* a lied foi th i ?? of,
Cc t om ? eal* " -, be |
tlu ia fort- ino vt-d to strike oul "five" In thc
Senate resolution ls carnie it tva- al vari
vv Uh iii origin il r >olutl m.
Thc amendment was i*ejecl .!. and Ihe
resolution aa it came from thi Henate
'? to.
? I ll.
Noi.iin t'.ioii- for t:
' idlcial ? in.iii w< n th' I. de?
li ord. iv
Mr. Tern U nominal l Danie] \. <<t in;
Iti.ih' present inrunibciit. Ile had known
,hu] ? i m itn-i.-s from hi- boyhood; ku. v,
i trod , .ii" ii. ? bran *, 'i; r, an
ai,i. ' nv mi. and lastlv a- an upright jud i.
st bose course "ii the ts; -h had I., i n
a to con un :,<l him to nine lt ntbs ol thc
],eiiple ..f iii* ctrcutt. Knowiug whal be
u:,s, I-.;,, - ,\..;, a certalnt] foi in unc< ,
taintt -
Mr. Btratti n preai Bted thenameof Jud ?
li . ]?'. Ilughea, ol Goocbhnd. li*
him ? ..i -"idler in thc lat*
war, a lawyer ol ability, and one who
is,,u! i nih 'ct credit i-n himself and Ibe
licn.lt.
Mr, Moon st onded the nomination of
.Ki t t .iii ii-1, t. !!?? Wa* t in ni ut -tlti'iilv
di i. itu icier, wbo gave promise ol
prominence is a judge, nnd vt ho in . verj
station of lite bad won thc reapeetol hi?
lt How-men. M.* said Ih il ii' the election ol
judge* meml-crs ought to exercbie the samc
eare a- thej would In th* Uf unlit idual
.iiiair?elect the in-t men wtthool refer-;
.?lice to politic*.
The roll tva* then calli d.
un: -i.vkmkkmi na I rr.
The iii*cus.ion which -n-u-'i during the
nomination <?f candldalc* for thi* ottce
tt as Verj animated, .ind Bl ".>?? time theta
itu* quite fl sharpvv.it* ol '-torrin titi toto
Messrs. KeUam and tilddlnga.
Mr. h'raater p!a< ? ii In nomlnatloa Mr.
W. T. Fltcbett, ol Sortl nnpton eounty.
Mr. Kelltun noinintted Judge B. T.
Gunter, Ihe pi*.-ni incumbent. He
-link. ,,f Judge <? inter's puriu ot
charnct. r, hi- !? gal utt-lniuenta, ami the
.i.,1 ,1,1111) he hail (Replayed a* a
jud. . The Ka-i--ni -i'"r'' had hi cn
Bignall) i'i'-**'?!. H li d p?? ihio,uh
two f irs 1811 :unl !'? ' ' 'iHii'.'otii (adi
liim* better off than before; bul at la*t mi..
fortu u* waa aboiM lo' ' **\ "" ?'?" i"t?pl'
through thia election. Nineteen twentieths
of thc people of Hu* Ka-ti rn f-bori pott
.,;,, . cd lo Mr. Kit :i : '"' Uil" '"' Mhf
oilier ofl! ?-*. ll dccl n d th I he waa to
Kilt unlit for thc po-lt! di lui v. rj r. .p.ct.
ll. had Imp.ti ihai tb.- bill lo rahrrange
the judicial circuit* VVoldd I" .om.- _ [.,u
in Hui.- to pu vi il Hil* ' ?' etloB,
Mr. (.i.i.iin-'s *..i.i ili-'t reinarki whleh
had.? ludii the i.tbi ' "de --tuulil !?
oll.li*il, li Hi.*, v.- i I " -''surd, h
"Ki* ainu-iii'.' tu h. ar Ul opIw-IUOB lecture
hi* -id, ..f it,c house ui ?n 'h.- reaponala
Milly of tii'ir poBbMon ""? lt" ?Nr-Bi of
-BOBBI rule, when they (Hie Democrat*;
arere governed in ali their aetiona hy Un
-ame role. Mr. Kathai had auoted the n -
mark of a Pla'iie lu the tweet that the
Ka*!--ru Shore hud boen irr* atlv bl.I bj
th,* Almighty. Thai -ame relative bod
hi. *?< ri Mr. Kiich.tt by entrusting him with
hi* | rivate bueineea. Mr. Pltchett, he ml,
iud bara honored by tbe Detnoerats with
uili.-c, and tin-so chaigrs were now being
brought BgaiBBl him simply bf-BUae Of the
eli inge in hi* political sentiment*.
Mr, Kell.mi -aid ibai ob two or Ihr ?? ? ?? -
matoM pr-1 ion* to Uti* Mr. Giddings bad
undertaken K> interfere ti ith matter* pi r
bdnlng lo his COUBtV, In order tn -how
vt ha! Ihe gi rifleman knelt ..f his people he
Bated thai during the la-t ounpalgB he
,* ini*- ot .a* tn A.-.-ornac to -tump thc county
md n.t. r had more than tv .nty-litc white
people to bear bim apeak td any onetime.
This Mr. Gtddingi vigorously denied,
ind claimed thal at one nu, tin*.' there tt re
pi a-i nt ot i r tito Inindia al tvhite j? rs.ut*-.
Mr. li,liam replied to thal pori ion of
Mr. Giddings'! ipeeeh in regard i" Mr.
liaiuti's conrieetion with the private
ill'alrs ol the person allud. d lo. und abOT/ed
thal Mr. GlddiUfB v.-*. mistaken. Mr. K.-l
lam al-o disclaimed any Intention to retle.-t
Mr Kit hctt'a character. His only oh
I'.'cfion tu lum tva* hi* lack >,f ability.
After further remarka bi M, ian. Ham-,
Evana, md Frasier the rofl tm* called.
The committee retired, and -hortii .-,(
erwardi returned with the following re?
tort :
Seventeenth Circuit: Whole number of
rotes cast. pi!i- ncc( leary to a choke, Bil
>f which Kit. heit received67j Gunter, 34.
Mr. Pltchett waa declared elected.
Si-.th circuit: Whole nuuiKcr of VOtee
,-t. lit dec--*..ry tu a choice, K i
tvblch Hughes received GS; Grimsby, ?!?.. '
Mr. Hugnca wo declared ? lected.
A message waa pc iv cd thal Ihe Renal
md adopted a concurraBt resolution pro* i
,i,iiu.-fur a recesaof tftc two bouses until
':*0o'clock P. M.
Mr. Manger othtted tts t substitute that
h.* inith r cou-iiu ration uf thc Joint order
ic postponed to 13:30 o'eloek to-day.
?-greed to.
The action uf Hu- |_ot_M via* cominnn!
i'.p 'I tu the Benate. and, that hotly concur?
ing Hu ?'? ii, Hie EtOlBK adjoined,
ir tn.r;,..in tABlPI *.
-ul,-titu:>- for ll, ii- ? Viii \o. Clo, t?, cr. -
it.* i board ol railroad commissioner* ini
.. provide for tin- regulation ?( railroad
I'i-h! I'mI I.Ul',i* Killi'*, came up at
12:1 i u'che-k v, *t,?play un it* s, eond p ad
uv a* a -p-etitl ord. r.
?>u ni,di,m of Mr. Sfnarr. Hie fm;
?oii-uii.aiion of th,- bill waa poetpom I to
Monday at i*_*:;h o'clock.
Mr. lum'(ipili, Hu* patron "f ile- hill- ?
rigorowlj protested against tbe action of I'
h- lionet. IK* -aid thnt h.- didn't mean to -!
? run over Ky either the Funders or the ,;
Head j listers. Hi* Hil had been postponed j
rom time *?, tim- und' i t. i ions plena, and ''
I e notice thal be would endeavor to
'fills t'|. lill ? ol' Hi.' Utilise ( lit,tit ttte'l- J
t minuit -) until the hour for the rlcction
-f officers, H>* accomplished bia purpose. I
* Uti'.-,, i ... . I,
House ''id No. 'i'.'/i, to abolish chain-|i
yesterday ordered to hs en
-rossini nt, lt ttill bc ri nv luheit d thal the
'ommittee for Courts of Justice re-mrted
.' i. upon i:, bul the caucus over
uii ,i tin i ictlon and decided thal the bill
lltl-t p.l-s.
Mr. Nicol moved to dismiss, which wai
il cuni ta ni' cted,
'I UK Si:< <>\i> tl I'lioli' ol PH IV
i lu- ?*-]ii:,Ki r yi at. i ij innounced tbe
'ollowlng committee on the part ol Wtc
House i" examine tbe n port of tbe *pcchri
[Io is coi imitti ? "ii thc ."second Auditor's
ifflcei M< --!'-. Conrad, Giddings, and
Heyer.
.ti ran tbe n.m tan - pcblic.
Mr. Frostier ta-tit,im otTered a joint
? s,dmi,.-I declaring the offices ol all nota?
ries public In the m .i> vacant on the l-t
\|i'ii next, snd providing for the
ippointiut td ol new notarii a,
Supreme t'titir! .I.i.!|.i h (ti lit- ile. tt-ri
'l'fi-l)n> r.-isitiiul.
lt na* -tated te-i, rdaj thal In tbe Ri _ i
iti -tt r ram us .Kui re * tctpli - r< i?* lied Kui
two votes, Tbat n*aa correct. But tlie ad
tilt Ional facts, as is.ii by hi* old friend
-Hitor K-kiidLt, aie. "Hiat immediatflj
upon hi* being pul in nomination bj Sena*
tor \t ii:.*o\ l in-'' iii. rose from in* -eal
ai.tl v.itlnll*. it hi* name. The -yoting tluii
ut upon ol'i, r nominations and tit,,
voles wi r,* c.' I ir Jud; Staph's, tt 'u n I
did not on*id< r hi- n nie i cfore ti.,- eau
,',*."
?)f th,- [;, a liti-ii i* nominee* for tbe
i nu,i of Mi'. !- Rich iit!*oii ls about
forty-live, Hinton ,iu*i forty-two, Lewis
,.*. i. ni fortj'-tbn'. and I nulli -
mt ; .iivH- fifty-five.
. * Vii. |'i.?hard-on ls a
good Int mi Bilda |f.I iii.ui. and tv ill Kc
iii. i qu d of i-i.- man on th* bi neb. He i*
, poniatto.x county, an :
captain in tie* I i.nf, der tte .linn.
A ni' id "i' Mr. Hinton ??.-??: I
Hu* late Judge -hu u, - '- aaj n .
gocBoutol mj'offlci the best-prepared man
j * rutlc ni' mber* gt rn r.illj
? tliat bc :- a good I itvyer. In Pe?
ters! nrg, t\ hero !..- his lon - k- en < i a
wcaitli's attorm j. bo i* vi rj popi
Mr. Lewis i- lialf-brothei ol Ll. uti nant
Governor !?? ?? ia. id belongs to a
ih .t ha- fora c< ntiii'. had a prominent place
His uno *t,,r. And,*, iv
I in lu, ibe Indian ll *ht. r, v is d emt
thy ol i pedi tal.? VVa-blngton i ion
. Ucl M ison,
Nelson, ill. Mr. Len i- i- th.*
. for the ! nit. d State* for tl
rn District of VI a His nomin lion
,'i\. ? ' !. .,1 - ' 1
.i*cd thc ailc-t niau ol thc lit.*. In ?? |
|x>litlc_ be i- i Ri publli an, and i- tl.niy
Ri publican noinln ted for thi* court,
ju i | i iva* thc iir-t countj Jud
lhc place up to i ime
in ihe ii rherc bc -?. t< .1 -? .- nil
iv;. raa .!. ? i d -|. ki i.
,u,l i, fi re the ? nd nf thc *? -*i m ita* wade
j in L-e of Iii- circuit, In place of J ud--i tlon
d. lu I,--h be ran for * "ii
,..ies- a. tb* i! ?? Ij *?? i* candida] , bt lng
..[.?..-. .1 by Hot. John Goode and Mr. De
,\ (though i ti lt il. a -id. d Ri ,ul
ju-i t, be v.: ? iMipular In fbi House, made
II i . i <p. aker, and baa Bib ,1 Iii- Jud ?< ibip
quite acceptably, con Uleling tbal niunj of
Uic people with whom he cornea In contact
dis-grti With him politically.
Mr. laiintlerot nerved in tbe General
\ - - ? -11 ? i 11 \ twenty-three yean ago, aad alao
in the *',..;.,n,'.d' HTV ??-o. lu R*"f** he
waa elected Secretary "i the Common
tt.aith. Ha fa a lawyer bj prof.--iou and
a graduate of the I nlverdty of Virginia.
The i -innate |n which he i- bald bj ld*
pain ls shown bj tbe fact that ha received
the un.mim,hi* nomination of tht cancua
u member of Ihe Couri ol .ppeala to to*
pn??? nt the Valley.
-. Kaunt!. cv ind Kaef ar.- man
ri, .1, ..ntl the former has n v. ry large fam?
ily. Mr. Ketti* i* a widower. Messrs.
Richardson and Ulaloo are bachelors.
ii, ? tu., lani*, * of the <;? nentJ Aaaem
!,!*. nilli.,-dav pru,*, di... lc i th.-.
.\, Hu- .vir. liim..ti. lu- cannot enter upon
!,.. ,i,iti. * Januarj I. '-?"- :'-* ,:"' otbera
niii. Ile ttill onl] ' in **bea Judge
Burksg.ut, ami thal will nol be bo
cording to thc de* Ision,-. the presenl Conn
of vppcal for v.ar* to eoaae, The
Dem,,, rat* prol hit ti ill not tot, at
all uii.n tbi* judgeship li called up. Thej
hohliiiat, upon tbe death of Judgi Ifouldin,
a- lias Keen d.?nh il. Judge It'll!.* ita*
elected for thfl full term of twelve years,
and nol for ibrok n ti na.
|"or ||,,. ,,? .er pl ld * Di '!"' COUTI the
Democrat.* Iiavc nominated Judge Joseph
( liii-iiau, Judge w . R. Staples, Judge
Keilli, of I amjni' r, Bnd Mr. iBBBM Keilli.
of Halifax.
Thai Judg**s Moncure and Anderson
ttete n.i n nominated i* auppoaed to mean
that lu no event would they have baw am -
(lillirie* for rcdiction. Both ,-;.,, the c.,m.
piela coiitid. ncc af tltcxoori people of (hi?
Shite in BBd nut of tb*- Demo, tillie party.
Of Hu- (inuit ladgea chi: dyesterdaj
George r. Hughes i* .d prr-eni count!
.Iud*., of (,...,iiilflinl, llinry M. Ford i* a?
present county nillir.' ol'Henry coiintt.
Mr. FRchet. ha* ?-.?? n s, rv it-.- -jsCOaBinon
v..nilli'* iittoi-i.cy for northampton couaty.
Mr. RlehardsoB, to tx* eh ??!? <: to tin* * .mrt
uf Appeal! in.in thc fatathwest, tva* noi
regarned a* Maloo.-'-, fay-Mite in theb-a*
glnnlng. int ititi) his hawthtAde andSoutb
tt( *t friend*, comhin.-ri he W8S UM B_**OUf
to bc defeated, and bia election waa icqut*
e*c.al in by "the GeneraL*
?ItHIS NNITll.
Hr. II. ur)'* Addia -s ?? I pm ??? v, ttl, un ..tat
J a mr-ton n. with rnrticut.tr liefer, u .? lo
ti.p lan.- Ana. Us m>, it i it pin i n lolm Issiah,
I'm iitmiMil-. mid Juli,, Hulf.'."
A general mcetiiiv of Hit- Virginia HW*
toii-al N.ci.ty WtM Held in Um Kail of the
If ouse of Dei. *.*..!. h last niijiii (Vice-presi?
dent It.vcily I;. WeUford bi tbe chair) iu
hear an addi-.** from Hob. VT. W, Henty
on Captain John Bndth, i'm .indi*.-.
John Rolfe. AU the eea_s were Ulled, un,!
t,i*. p. r*,,n present musl have derived
both satisfaction and instrnation from tbe
discourse. Mr. id mv has .-.ten much
study to the history of Smith. His quota*
bobs last nlghl showed how thorough!) bc
liad learcb* ,l mustj vohmMs and forgot!* n
lon. host letti, idly tic l.t.) tt Igbetl Hie
ivldenct found, and hon esn fullj be had J
'nit, d al lu*.lusions. n. pronounci >i ]
lamestown In the good old Virrinbway?
!?? mst,.sin.
Mr. Henri eoiniBeneed bj calling atten?
tion to tbe bearing upon tK. world's hi--:
orr of Ibe settlement al Jamestown. Kt
it thc continent was sMured I th* English
nstead of the spaniard, who, alp adv set
led ta Florida, ?aimed Ky ri. ht 0*1 (11**- 1
?uteri, and I* a grant from thc Pope .f
Some iu 1493, Not onlj has Nt rtfa Am. ri
?:, k, ,ii thus -? cured t'? thc lon .,, *t nu ??
if the earth, and enjoyed thc most ad-j
cine* d , iv llb .dion, bernini****- one of the
rreetesl "f nations, but thi* ?*. tHemenl ti as
ne tir-t -m .4 --fit atteBBpl ol !li?* English
it. cokmixation, and led to that system I
.t hich h;i- tv..th- '.nat 1 ? rici if) H.- foremosl
I',iv. cr ni Hu-<d- my other an r?f thc world. I
Mr. Henry then showed lhal Ihe -ii" ess
ul planting of Ubi eotonj :,t Jamestown
.ta* mainly due *.. captain John Mimi,.
nho, by trade v* uti and control over the
indian*, bj fi rcing the mea to work:, ead
?>? preventing them from abandoning the
?cttlcnient, (lenwnstrated its practlcabilitj
uni ass ur, dis lueaeaa. I lette d i asst din
?*-t ictt Hu attache upon -*itiith'* \- racity ..*
i historian, commenced in I860 bj* Mr.
Karlis Hi at.,, of Maasnch***-*rtts, and fol
ots, ,i up by Mr.llenr*- Adnms and others,
nd in'un- the Ri t. k. !>. tieill, wbo abo st?
acked the characters ol I'a abontas md
Balfe iu hi* Histor) al tbe Virgin! I
?ant ot London,
Thc --roundscf the attael npon smith
wt re -i M',l to be* tir-t, the ats* b* ? ol di
iicntiiHi of iu* re acne h> Poeah* ntaa in tJu*
?arly writings ol himself ruul ol ki* i *,*
lists, and the tiUeged failure to relate tbi
ncidt it till'. i ai - aftei srards a ht n -in I ad
ttceiiine an important personogi and been
iind-iiiiH lt I'lieivc.l in K"ndiii. second,
the alleged Ini onslstem lari li-r-tween Hmltb'*
ari;, writings on Virginia and iii* histor*
,i the colon] pubtkbed In li124, *? --.ci-.t., ii
Mais after t ie settlement.
The earl] writings ol Smith ad others
bi re then rei k wi ?', .vnd li was showa thal
tt lu n thc colony was sent om it was with
instructions to permit nothing tobewrit
len bock tt bl* h inigbl di*, ot.
iimi; thal accordingly thc determination of
Mk* savages to kill -luirh after t ?? had sur?
rendered to them as ? prisoner with Ihe
I li dge ol protection mi rbi have bi i n
deemed a matter calenbted to dlscoura-fc
cmigr ition, and tlien fore suppn --cd : hui
nh*ther Smith mentioned it i)? hi- tiru
writing, which was a letter to .nit ni in
lie: md, or i'. is a m..tn r vt hich - u
bo! !?? bow d' t< r.iiin. *l, as that let?
ti r was it- xi r puhii in .I :n lull.
'I in- neal publication noticetl wu tbe de?
ft ace oi Wi,i-.'i;. id'* administration a- lirni
president "f the colony, written hv hbn
-? if afti r his n turn to BngL nd, it tt is
shown thal h* was an enemy of Rmltb, wbo
had h. eu active In having lum removed
from hi- "ii" ? ? und onlj wr* ?? in b
. and thal bis omi'*-*ion of an nc
c. dint of thc in Idenl i of Smith's captii ll]
u.i- nd p*n:ark ,i,lc Tbe Oxford Tract,
published in 101'-, 'i't oftheeol
ont. was in-\t di-,ii?i <t. and H was shown
tbal it waa a rond. nsation ol tl ?? w ritln -
of ii.ile r colon Inls, nol bs de b> Smith.
hut bj Dr. -?.rn,did*, ami gives none <i
tbe di tail- of Smith's i ind bul
little lie BU i'i' " ??' tl and tb il
, ii m n-1. A- to
-nail,, \ nnd Humor, Hm i Rh r luthors n -
lb ,| on '" disci dil Siiittb, J t. -
iii.ti rin j did nol p il vol th
hl-riorj ol c. ? ? okmj while Smith tv;.*
tt im it, and bad no i
relate hi- n
The rei., v. ?; toe i bal i -
, | tu ? :,-i-ii ie s In lu* . ..io - wiitin-**)
had to be oinitt* d In tb* Uelii* rj "i di.
ii i ? ' I til* tillie lt
tt.uilil Brill !-? in: led
addn-*.
The di ? to ti racitj ol
Smith as . bl tori in t...- Um n takt n nj. lt
? most r, i tari il le ??, I,;
ni*, i ni tin i ? for* he cants* to \ ii
eluding I * killin - 11 thnn . rk*, wi re
?:? i .I s li pal. ni . 1 M -i-iii in?
di*, lim ?? >i i r insRvaaia, i atk i rn bom
be -ci t- .1. s. (.ea it uf n ..id in tlc
Kn u*u it u .stn of heraldry, lt tt...
-Komi tier ' ? persons, bj
iriKiiies published with bis bis try, bore
testimon) I ? hi* i igh ? baractci ind lo tnt
trustwi . bia bot onong-t
th* *, t\. ' *-. li, h.- ! I ni " Rh lilli
, H I. and others who were nu
of the Virginia Oompaal in landon and
wei ? i imilutr ? itii t Irginin matti rs: and
booti was v.ritit nat lbs InsLnnci ,,f
thc COUipaUJ ,,-? If, ind fn i" its 'ii-' ?'! -
I eurance, ii raa I ft dei
authority.
Tl,,, -.peaker n it dis* n arni pri lleulartj
thc authority for the ac< ? uni ol the rescue
a--.'it, n in Smith's history. De showed
that it na- *lllml 'ilidlt the -same account
given by Smith in in* letter to IhaQueen
and ber court in 1616* when npon Um ar*
rival oi Pocahontas and Roth arith thc in?
dian counts or iu England aeexi rted him?
self to obi du ?"?" her a propel rei ??? ii n al
inuit, in ttiiit li be tva-* mu m I
The testimon] ol Ha-Buel Purrhai a -
next inn. ll was shown thal bs ti - ?
man of blgb character and greut learning;
tvas a iiieini, r of thc Virginia< o_ni-snj :
it is pi rsoii o !> at -juaiini< l vv uh Pocahon?
tas, Rolfe, th* Indian i onnsellor, and Smith,
and Um- bad i k< rj opportooRj ?'t learning
Hie truth of tlii- incident, ait.I ttiat he not
onlj endorsed Smith's histor] os rue, bu]
iu his own I.k, published in IC-- nader
ihe nam,* id' " PurchM HisPllgriias," hc
relates tbe rescue lu tbe words ol Smith,
lt wm also shown thal SaaHh n lated lu*
rescue ia -Bvendol his wrtdags,all pub*
Untied while number of bis comp aionsla
\ ii'.-iuia it. re alive,and rio <>?c ever called
in iHtcstiou the truth ol hu -Kit, iv :,:.
i be *|- ak' I nevi tnt.lt Up Ute I.al-'. ,,f
Mr, Neill that Pi uboBlaa and Ri lie were
married t I ot*TS t I" (none. BTBB WeTC lit in*.'
nilen thej vi. rc iimi Kuri hi i-.'t. mil
dhoti ed tliat tbt passage In btrocbej upon
is liiti. ii was sought tu proanthe previous
in uri (?.'? of Pocahontas referred i> ber
marriage with Rolfe, and thal the evi?
dence i- i-oiiciusiic thal itu* lin: trifle ? I
BoRe tva- dead ha 1614. He then got I it
charge ??( Mr. Neill thal itoiic drab dis*
lion.-Ht with the estate ol Korti Delaware,
and snotted fi.nii the record, ;u* glv.-ii Kv
Mr. Neill him* If. IhBl ii c.as with ul
foundstloa.
THE DISPATCH
TKRMti OF ADVEBTlSQfO.
cash -rsv tittti:i.vi**- IBVAM a.
()m*s.|ii*.re, flin- l - rti.m.i GO
On li's r>. Ivsn in , riluTt*. 1 t'O
Oin* *>|i.trr, t!in?'HiserU'in*. 1 t'O
? lue-iit.trt,-i\ lti? rtli.n,. fl 00
i me sipmre. twelse HiaertliiDa. f"? CO
. Die -|l.:ne.(Hie tn-litli. IO ('0
()t)e-IB-re. Isv.inii..),.),- . 1- t 0
' Hie -tuart', tliriav monti, . -.u". 00
Kims Ki-t Nu.m.-Tin-alarm taned
in from Ban 41 Bt ?:?**-? ..'clock la-t nl?*ht
tva-, cuus.al |?y th** | ia rt ial l.uruiiig of tie
roof ..f the Mane tt Eh, MM Brnaialiiei,
??a ui-.lcd hy Henry neena (aalanid)i Dbbb*
i.-i tty slight. The tire na, eaneed
-park- hom Hie ehlnmey.
Last Bight, *horthr i.fter midnight, ri.
tva* discovered al So, ltd south Second
-ire.!, kept bj William .1. Valentine bj in
oyster-house. The r.'inn w*i* -.oundr ri
from the Third-Sir. ? t mgtMey-hOMBO, BBd
the Hr. ui n striving <>*i the gmand
Inafew moments the Isaacs weratAt-B*
-rulshed before mu.-h omMttta waa-lane.
rh.- tin- eangM tramaataWm the rw>m
in vt hied .vir. Valentine was -le* pin.-, snd
be caine near being BU-Toeated bj tin* -rook..
Dania*..' aboOt rib, v\ld?*h U coi. nd br ':>
sUI'Ulce.
Fatal IKui BOAB Al * hunt.?Last ni.*].'
between 7 and s o'clock the pat-train ui
the Richmond ami Allegheny nih-..ad ra*.
Into ii slide above Kusii-inan, throwing tb.
engine and car off the trtiek. David M
Mlnn, paymaster'* ehrk, who tva,: rldln-.
on Ihe engine at the tim.-, watt killed. TV
ragiaei r and (wo or throe tttlu-n were In
lurad. Nu further i?rti.-ui.-u*s t-vuld ls
obtained]
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