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TIIK DISPATCH.
BY TIIK DISPATCH COMPANY.
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DAILY DISPATCH.
Vol. LXI. RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDA! MOKXIXO. FKlll'KAltY *2(i. 188*2._NO. li).
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ill) itCl CAL CONDITION Ol HIE KIRK VMSOCIATION OE PHILADELPHIA.
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JACOB ll. Ll V - i-tary.
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rin lie.'.I ile ir i. sim - ltfln**tht_B but .c-ni-alic
lo Iks ni.lulu.ut it. IK Hr*.' ) ? rf io-)freii)tl, "r a
totto mliei , ...d r.ni-otiaiil,. ar*.- fair
ls---- ,f iii, ir |,i'/,ili:.- i.'iii.. Imletd. a rule
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it -lot.i.i ba agett I n My. sod apaMU Bm
? ?(li, rsaay. n,. Inter,-tin," Uti* t-J "ter article
ttmatt ?*? tr.-i-.i t na Ont amy, wat when ?rasctt|
revers,-, lt 4, i t. still sit ?.?lidden
ttttr* it....-.I,, id hers or la B I '??? ? -lm
TA "-FM.
TBBASTBBB'S i'I li' -??
Hi -"ii .-.-iv. Va.. .M.tu,ij 25, 184
"Pill TIM AM KKK Ol IIKM'K'()
1 COUN1 t ..di !,. .. . li. thr ,a.dri?
ll ,u e Lull l.n.-oii He Lilli Ult Ot-' MARI ll.
a ss.ll r. tn 1*11 ?:x ti.iv-. ft r Un- purp-n ol
1 ..KKK] IN., mi 1 NI - i MK ) AlKEIEKD
SI Vi.l-l i KIAL IHMTBICT (or ihe year I*"-I :
.ti r isla, I, Hint", |, r ,,., \. ?nl t,e ud.n.1, atm Un
lill- sen I . ult- i cilltvllnn.
W ILEUM M. M..*.lt I DER.
? l!*.i*'.-l*M iriii-inrlltiirlcrouiif}.
UKI (.tt. MEDI4 INES. Ae.
AI.A1N-T > MALL-FOX, 1HPHTHK
B1A, I VI'ltOlD-KKVER. Ai.
BLAIR h CH Koli A1. THVMOL PROPII VI. A( -
in ani. D_B*J*JT***CTAM1
i.sUtjy, Hie jct rina nf t'ouUfi'iii, dlae_?ea In ac
conUnce *?*?!Bit the latest tea. binn* of science. IU
uai-1* .lilllie. Va: nd, ss, and a^re.-utile, ll I* cut
l.l'ised i.y ogma ot our abiiiat {._y?le!aii -.
Preparvd I) J. BLAIR,
corurr Uro td BB- MoUi slut*--.
rrloe. 6*?c. b tithth *? 6
MN DAY.lVERRUABY Hi, I--..
Ott TU)- f !!.-( t'K VTION MK THE !>ll*I'AT(il
ll KAU*.ki: th vn the * omhived * DM r
L.VTIONOE ILL Till: OTHER I) VII." NKW*
farm or the * irv.
fr'uter**- ul !he Pn-t-nfflre al Rlrlunond. Va., at
vrfind-claif. malt' r. I
WEATHER report.
I**!'H ATKIN*. H.K T**-|) t, V.-- |-'itr tba* Mid?
dle Atlantic Mate-, tvnrmer. fair Weather,
ffilluivi d Ky incre:t?ltiv eloiidiiic*-, tt iud*
iiifs-ft!\ soullif-iiy, nnd lower pH-BUH.
Tm: WBATBBB I HI IBBAI Wit (liar rind
cool.
'liir-RMnviTKn Tbbubbat] <* Aa M.. IO;
ii A. M., H] noon, i.t; | p. M., IT; I P,
M.. 41; midnk-lit, fl.
MfHii t. ?peratare, lg,
LOCAL .MATTHUS.
Virginlu llUtoririil Not I. ly
UIOHI.T KM'otK.KilN'H MBOBf OE INK I *)< I -
nt): (o_MiiT).K.
At the _?, ii' ral .ne'-titi-.' of tin* Virginia
Historical Society, held in tile ball ol the
lions,-uf Delegates, tlu- reporl "f Um Bx*
(i'litive (-.iininittee of the "tocia**-*" wa- r, ;ul
ht thc eo****e?poBdlng secretary, K. A.
Brock, nnhiiii evidenced i highlyeueour*
aging progress of thc r?(?*i.*tv in member
ihlpaad mat, rial a, ,|i-.i?itioi*.* during tue
[Mst y. :tr. Thc present Iggiegati mt inKcr
-l.ip oj tin- Societj tia- reported ;i* Wi,
comprising 80 bonorarj, 68 com apondln/r.
.vj life, *i*i.i tiT anBual aicinbi i-, the whole
of thc la-t-irini'rd elasa having been io*
quirad or revived .lunn" the pas! foot.
Intbesame period thc additions la Ibe
remaining cbu-sea bat e be* n aevi nte* n lit'*.
thlrtt rn corrc**)onding, and -*v ? n bonorarj
members. The Hc-ciety bal also added, bj
gifts tu it- li rart and collections, 1T1
hound volumes, 30-i i imphli ts, Rli * of
newspaper* bound and unbound, many
valuable .Ms-, and autographs, letters of
distinguished pi rs h-. and vm lons bistoi lc
memorials. snd objects of interest, af
a bl ii the most important wen -?
enumerated. The llbrarj nosi contains
more than 11,000 bound volumes, besides
several thousand pamphlt!-. and the collec?
tion of MSB. and autograph letters largel*
rzcet (1-1,000 in number.
RUTOBII .tl I-<ii.-""BAITS.
Thc Society's collection "f portraits,
tua ntj--el ?),: in numis r, c >mprbu - the !??!
lowing distinguish! d aubji eta: Two ol Po*
??alu.mas. Earl of Essex, Captain <.gi
Percy, Kuril t ulpeper, George Washing?
ton, Martita Washington, Patrick Henry,
K. vtoii Itandol] h, George Mason, Thomas
Jefferson, Lafayette, Arthur ??? Edmund
Pi u, Heb di.'. ? vial li- nrj Ki *- Ht i j unto
Franklin, Jamea Madison, Jamea M mroe.
Edmund Randolph Fohn M rsball. Duke
dc Kui/i.!!, (.?rani, John Randolph of
Roanoke, ll ugh Nelson, < oromodore Oliver
ll. Perry, Governor William B. Giles,
Black ll mt i,. and our distinguished and be?
loved Rev. M. D. IK... H. D.
Iiu walis ol the Lail of the Westmore?
land Club-house, tn which the Society i*
-"cneroimty allotted ii- presenl quarters,
are also bunn tt it lt mani .ul. lit io v.-1 ol
ol Inti n at?engravi d portraits, rt lies, his?
toric document-, etc., the property of the
""'?'?i-ty. The libral"* and collections of the
Society are duly provided with handsome
. and the , xhil.il is one In all res]
(TedltKl !?* to lin* state.
) las-no-OF hui.
An urgenl appeal waa mule for afire*
in '.': ni r.'i* the H -eli t\. -" thal tt
tut* -.- rurtt* of it- im -ttlmably-v
' : ..iii ria!* for history :i"'titi*t all ac?
cident u.i-.ht be assured.
i !:? i.[ di ol tin- tr, asurer was !? id.
(riv lng the im rel] ta of th * "'-?> lyd
Iturea
for removal, furniture, bindin**-, ri iti ration
and ref raming ol portraits and incidental**.
?. in* a : ai. ace i d h ind ol
.-I. KV. JJ.
OPTIC]
Au * lection "f * then lu ld, the
following gentli men, <,n the nombi
.lill.-. Kv,di-. Jr., Esq., I ? in - u
?, : President, Hon. Alexander ll. li. I
-. .-ku,iu hi ; Kirai V na-ii- sidi nt, ?
?ray Robinson, Washington: Second
\ i ? -Piesidi ni. Willi i:> \.. roi ran,
Washington; ri.ir.l VIce-Prc-ldent, Wil?
liam Vs Mr; ll-1 ry, Rid mond: t'orre*] ond
retarj aud Ll rai* an, Roi erl K\
. Ri< bra nd : Rec -rding h cn
(.- . _?? A. K irksdnle, Ki. bm* nd: Trea-.
siller, Rober! T. Bro* m. Rtcbm md ; who,
in conjunction with the foUovvingd-amed
gentlemi u, form tbe Executivet'ommilte* :
lion. I'- v,r? t R, WeUford, ir.. Rich?
mond; Henry Co-alter Cal-ell, Richmond;
(icu 1<* G. Kaines. M. IV Ricbmond;
Hon. Anthon] 31. Kelley, Richmond;
Arther Anderson, A. M., Richmond
William K. Palmer, M. 1>.. Riehmond;
William A. Maury. LL. I?. Washington;
.1. K. M. < urn, li. !>.. LL. D., Richmond;
.Kim Ott, Richmond; lion, .lolm B. White
hcid. Norfolk; Joseph Bryan, Richmond;
Edward V. Valentine, Hichmond.
i)n th.- motion of Hob. A, M. Kelley,
Mr. Henry wa* requested to furulsh icopy
ol hi* address lor publication bj thi
ci. ty wiih Mi proceedings oa tbe occasion,
DBATI 01 vn K.-iiviui! _ Laot.?In the
death ol Mr*. Mary a. Lipscomb, the t< a*
?dailematron of tb* Pemali Humane As
-ociati ,n. which took place vt ih'- asylum, I
corner Seventh and l-elgh "rtre-ris, al .', V.
M.yestci ij,om "i ir- old
cst aa vnd as inc*! respectable and useful
inbabi .ii:-. For nearly hall her life, and
half thc life ot the Association, which waa
founded in 1805, Mrs. Lips* ?? '.- ? - con?
nect, il with ii In -due leading < ,;,
and the good ? baa dom In ii''- nurture
and adu onltion ol Ibe childrt n a bo In all
tbal time have found i "tafe itrlu ?? In that
borne ol Um homeless I* fully known only
to tbe Indi' * who Imvemanaged tbei liaritj
..( vtincii *!n viv- thc ImmedUl
Sbc w a- vt. ll fitted for !i r w< rk. < >f carn
e-t pi'iy, high principles, gteat energy,
*ouiiii -ii'.,, gentle temper, aad lender
-curt, lui* duty wa* n.n? r a task?always,
rat ii, r, a labor of love. Aud she cooMnued
in it-, i-' ii ? 1,, Un ii.iv i.t fore her di at h.
which took puce quletlj and willi,un pata
when abe wa- becotuLog disabled bj tbe
exhaustion of age. lt will be bard Indeed
to till the pto?' of t!:i* '.-o.iii woman.
lier fuiiei:'l tull tal*..- place from th rasy?
lum at ll o'eloek A. M. "ti Monda*.,
Saki: or Kkai. Klin Maana. JK K.
r-t pies A Co., icvi .state agents, have jud
*"i,i ih. beautiful lol on Uk* weal side of
Pourth str ??:, adjoining the residenrea ol
Jbha McFarland, Esq., and Colonel W.
P. Munford, contalalBj- -?1, nty-eigbt leet,
fir -si,*;**...
Maaan, lt. B. Chaffin A.- c>.. real estate
-fints, BB >? M. nliit -uld foi Mr. A. T.
Marlin his {.ani In Powhatan county, near
Tduakavvk -Kition, and containing lt')
acr-*. U> Mr. K. W, *l v Meld, cf liri i-,
for the sum or tl-OOO.
Iii.ii' nu; Itu. Jani:ii:o.?Th- Ameri?
can hiukcntinc Hariet .**. Jackson, Kn
ton*. W. T. Baeoa ?aster, cleared for Ki,,
de Janeiro ji ?t< r.lrty with .'..!?_.". I sm I* ??*
flour and aundrj ruiicie*. valBed ..i > :7.
:>*??>..ii. Th*- il,du- wv* -hilda ,i i > tbe Gal
lego-MUIa Manufacturing C*9__**onj ami
tl**: llaNall-Crcii-hitW t 8Bq*0*ay,
Coin-AST *? K."--Tin- DMaabars *,f tiu>
vompriiiv will asseanhle :it llieir armory Kil*
afternoon at l:.''u o'clock, for the pvrpose
of Btteudin.' the fun.nil of 1'i.ir (I'.eas.-.l
comrade. David M> Minn. Which lakes
place from m. 3o\\M*t V.'-'l-"Opal ehtU
ii; ID o'clotk.
THE SUPREME COl'RT.
UW-8, Hleha-^Nott. I"??*y? FBtflitHeroy.
nor! Hinton lo Bneeeetl Wot-ieor.,
Ptmph t- C-hrlBllBiBi* Au.
flt raon. ainB Burks.
The Rrndjuatrri am ns ?Vc rn I ii rei. All Eleet
etl f >lr. Kybrook Derllne* lo Votr for Them,
Siip-soair- Tlirm lo Be lonamitted to the
llo.irlnr or th. Rriolutiouarr Tailor Itt*,
atilutloii: tlie Oiiif-r Member* or Hie iii.
lour tVorkinu C.uirlly la Party Harnr-aa
Thr Hill Inr the Kin-oval or (he Oniral
I.finntlc Vaylam Amemletl-Proponed *V<-i?
ll,i,'.'m. ut thr I'mltrnllary Tor Hu 1>
mal. (out 1. (? Vi.utli' r Prolrst (rom Df-m
o. ratir Senator* - lion**" of l> It-sat ra
\oti*??prraoual, ir.
In Uic <* nnte yesterday Mr. Kidillcltcr
gcr introduced a bill, which Wal pam d
under a mi.* p. Bslofl ',f the nil's, .nu. ndin-,
the at t providiiu,' for the removal of the
CeBtral Lunatic Asylum. The act says
that the a-yluin shall he located at HanV
Hill, near Peter-burg. Tlie amendment
proposal thal Ihe Baylna aball bc located
al Of near I'.tf rsKur*.', hut do. * not deslg*
nate Hare'- Hill or my parli. ular ipot.
Mr. Willei.x. Um - n dor from peters!.ure
and Kline* George, said thi- Kill v,--. ac
ceptahle,
? "I Bl Of AITK.ll.*.
.M l-':::.) the Senate pr.reded to the fur
t_B4 r ? Kl CUtiofl "f thc juillt OM* I.
Mr. hoiaer Bominated Judge W. R.
Staples in a brief ("peech, laying thul the
only objection thal could possibly be urged
igainal bira la thal he h nol .1 Ri lidjuster.
Mr. LyKr-iok -poke nf the action of the
caucus "f thc party v.ith which bi baa
" heretofore acted" nominating jilt*! can*
didal ? for the Court ol Appeals, expn?
lng iii- disapprobation ??( the bot baste
in f. I.i li 'ht question was conafdi n d and
.1 ??termini ti. He referred especially to the
fact that tbe St nat* had mt. r el n had
an opportunitv ol passing upon tbe Taylor
resolution. Mr. Lynrock waa ol 01 inion
tbat Judge BtiTka'a term did.not .-?*.- ire lor
teal* to come.
Mr. (?: isi ott -? ? undi .1 thi 1
Judge siapl.t.
Mr. Wingfield of Ranovi r aaid tbal hi
wai willing to vote for Reclusters and to
eba '-? between tbi m, bul be tvaa 1. I ts Hi?
ing to v,,te to Ml the 11...?? of a )udge whose
b rm bad n I ex* un ?!.
II DOE *i ?lit:*'.
Mr. I'-'rid ,* (jj, a,lin,r, r from Judge
Staple**! county, Montgomery) apoki verj
tenderly ol Judge Staples, and aaid thal
bad bc I-, n Ibo nominee of I.i* | artj bi
would bave been very much pk ised to
si.) port him. As it via-, be gave liis \.,t.
For another very worthy "fentleman from
? di-irv 1, Mr. Richardson.
Mr. Wingfield of Rat-over and Mr. Esk
ridge _* ie hai -onie discussion aboul cau?
cuses. The former -ni.1 tbej wera ?'bad
things," and bc didn't mean to go Into
them. Mr. L-kii,I.i - ini raucuses are ne?
cessary. In reality thev ar>* '? nothing bill
convent! ma of the party.*' How else, bi
asked, would th>* piny decide between
four Ol lit' worthv candidate- for I
office P
BOW TKKV vu-iii.
Mr. Lyhrook aaid thal bc alway- ri 5 irded
? Ma* li - aa ? lb .. IJusb ..
IK- thought thai the nomiin ea of tbe Re?
adjuster partj were Inferior to the men
v. !.o bad graced tbt Bufremeb sch for tb**
bud one hundred years. Re had boped
ilia! dud.-' staple* ?.*. 11 i,! 1. retslned for
r;e- t*. ison thal it woi i<i be ?? thc most
splendid step*' toe Readjuster partj enid
tak'e, and Ju ' [Hts Wi nhl 1 '* of in
valuableserviei to the new Judges. And
yet bc i-;,, be tbi rnn ,-t' rbet ause bc i isl
ni Fund voti - for John W. Danli!.
Mr. Ky! rook Iboughl 11 il Judge Pta
,,piiii' n- had i ? ? ii of -a-t sei
R.adjuster party, and !?? ought tobere*
talrn -I. IK - :ii.i not understand b, vv it
was tl. : .'o'' waa to bc throa 1,
over f r casting one funder vote, when
? " ir/, who '..
** verai, waa i ly elected,
r Mr. Lt! rook aaid th t Mr.
1 I Ki, n mi informed : th. t it
lt..- :. - * Jui ? M ? i. '? '
Ml li i said it waa nol true,
; ? bia undi r-t Uiliiir-, thal Judge
Staph * wa* thrown over i use bi roted
for I 'in i. I. Kt.t i.e. au ?? th< m Irom
iii it grand t!is i-i.ut of tbi -? '? hen
ie i Ij u.i inimoua f- r another man.
?? IIAV* IV VI -li.' 1 l!!I .I"."
Mr. Powell said tint bia preferenct
fi : .1 idge -f i] li a, n,d if tbe caucu* 1 nd '
ado] '? d lu to aeb rt tbe live I, -r
K- :? I Kv rs in the -
regard to locality?he should tove support
. .1 Staples in caucus: but, a- the gentleman
from Shenandoah Iuui aaid, ll resolved to
? tbe Kill.-- - from tlie grand dlvlsl >i -.
Mr. Kt bro , ]? Iii lu \?d thal the n< a
,-oiu! would di t,ii*p the ?? nnex] ?? t* d
ability*' of maintaining the old court'i
reputation* i"i from his rt marka lu* did
nol '?? hi nt t ,ry ,? inf di nily upon this, aince
the caucus bad ref used even to retain Jud**-"
PS to Ult e tlainili*. la ti-* iv- \|n I I
en ' il iud] ? -. In al laity, Mr. Lybrook
tiiotij !,' thc ni tt , .mn "hardly n sp
iile": in this, of course, be waa referring
to legal attainments, mi personal ch
ler.
\v bi n the roi ?. . , i Mr. Lyl rook
vot< d for -? - ? did Mr. Win.!., kl.
over. Richardson waa ab
.1 liv t . RIELT, I v.
l',,r the : ' ? ? r-l.ii. on the ? ? rt
Mr, Killi und* noi ilnati I John W. RI ? ?
oi ll I :. Wi bb ti min tb I T. i.
Fauntli
,tir. 1. I: Mr. President, I
arise t-, pul in n fi r Judge ol the
\ U 1 olonel .lo!in VV. Ki. lt.
Halifax, f- ili-tiii-'iii-la .1
.tluiiinti- of'Washington and L i Univer
-;.'i. v. bi i, ii' 'i vam.** I.'- km f.
it of
honor,*' and he enten d the .rut a' ? i.
soldier. Sui h a man cold I md long n -
main unnotii ? d even: mid l nt men
who mar. bed auder , tie
araa aoon rn I adjut n arith the rank of
captain, under General Kir yt-mith. Pron
that 'Kv HU ibe il.,-- was furled at h\
i C lurthouse lu a i* a | -rt of ,t, aud j
*. ?* parol ! is col m I.
.\t th.-i!o-e ,.f tiu war bc studied tow,
and rt",t, ii to the county of Halifax. Dj
bto industry, learning, and ablhtj be waa
-non Hie peer of u bar sec md to non,- in
th. i '..iniiiiditt.-ilth cf \ ii-mia. In the
i ou ni.s of his adoption, ? t mliigaatraBger
Inaeountj with ama] ? tj ranging from
lix hundred to ? thoi sand maj. rity of
colored roteta hythe miritycf Mi fte
ard lhc Integrity of ii!- character h.
bas be* I three times, and each Root
ii ii, ?!? ted i" Rm posi
ti'on rn' i'..'ii!i''iitt...ir!i'- attorner, knd
now in tbe viv r of bb maBhood, ia thc
maturiti ol aa Inti'!.- I il I red and di
nebed Kv years ,-f study, aol oalj af tl..
tow, ! at aa tt :i in iii- lighter tnt mon
ifni fields ol lin rdur-. the tonmer*
tali,.-Democrat;.- party liss placed him in
ii,.ululation Ior fl position OU ile- Court of
A] i eal* of \ irginia. A* t maib hi i* m
honor to the faith from ttl.i'll he sprang
mi.i wm tin of th. beaven to vt hlch | ?
pins.
an mr coBanTW.
Mr. LvKiook -ai.l thal t i ul I not vote
tor Mr. Kaitntl. rm for Hu- reason tbat he
siipi-osed him as well aa -I" athel CBBBBa
nominees commltb I I ft. tthrf.vv the
(leei-ltiii of lhc (ourt of Al!"'1" Innf.-r
. n. c to th. tenure of offi< ? "' H'-d-'*-". Mr.
Kt-k ridge m. ked Mr. Ly bri * ? number of
(raestkUM ,,,, t|n, point, i I ?>< *?hlrb Mr.
Ll brook .ti-vv. ? .-il it llb i - idini -*. strength
cnitiK hU -r^'iia-sUt. Jil- I*?**0* ??1U
that th.ce nu-n would never have len
nominated had lt not been believed they
would vole for the icvuiutlonarv measure
proposed in thc Taylor re-oliiti'on. Tlii*
Mr. Eskridge replied wai a nolenf pre*
*umption. Ti a, -aid Mr. Lt 1.rook. *? it i*
such a violent presumption that lt amount*
altno-t n, :i fact."
Koll-eall. Mr. fauntleroy elected.
Kl BBT0B0 L. I.KWI**, gog.
Mr. Riddleberger nominated L. L. LCB is,
Wfltig ti bim that lie i* a min "in thc
pride ami vigor of life, a bachelor of law ol
th'- Knltersity of Virginia, a train. (1 hw?
yl."and roch waa thc popular apprecla?
Hon of hi* Worth that, aluu.-t a stranger iu
the county of Culp.p, r. lu* wa* titi,,
elected (? mm. iiw.aitii', attorney, and is.
:? m Berring his third terni as United State**,
District attorney for th. Eastern District of
Virginia.
Mr. Heaton said: Mr. President,-I
arise for the purpose of placing ia nomina?
tion lor -iud,',* ol thc supreme Court of
Appeal- the nam*' ol the Hon. .lani".
Keith, of Kaii'iuier countv, in the pla.*' of
lion. k. k. C. Mo-ttsnro. Twelve yean
ago Judge Keith, then a young niau, com?
paratively unknown, was elected Judge ol
th. Kl. v. nth ciicuit, whleb position be baa,
aver stace filled with great credit lo him?
self and uniter-.d *_li?fa> tion to Hm peo?
ple. Bis youth waa thought an objection,
and it ita* f. and that thc duties uf
-i Important an tthee hid been ?n
trnsted to one too inexperienced.
Such apprehensions were soon dispelled,
and m. iuui iu the State nott -tami- high. r.
As i jud.-, learned lu Hi.- toa no man waa
his superior. Something beshle*j mer.
technical knowledge ol law i- aeccssarj to
constitute a good |tidgr-*--sound discretion
in thc application ?.f theoretical principles,
.?aim consideration of facts, quick appre?
hension i-f Ideas, patient bearing, and.
Ii ii. Ii, r and ai.otc all. honest) and strict
Int* i itj ,,.' purpo ,. of whatever abode
nf political opinion, bigb or low d* rrec of
-tation iu life, all feel fhn* their rights tn ij
be safely entrusted to Iii- rare, satistied
tbat Jus'tic* ttill he .lone though Ku* beav
t li* fall. 1 ii.-, tl - ij nu more.
Mr. Lovrnstein warmly leeonded tl"
nomination of Judgi Keith, whom behad
known as a member of tlie House of Dele
v *?-. Al tl,,* lame time be bore willing j
adis to ii,,, bigh cbaractt r and attain
ment-tot Mr. Lewis, and <>f th. fairness
?ni Impartiality tvith which be bad di?
? l iii dotti - lu rc n- District at
I mc}.
Tbe vote nnulled a* usual,
( riil-TlA.". ?l.K V.
Mr. GI t _-"tv nomlnab d Judgi .1 -
< hi 1st! in, makin * no lengthy *i ? cb,
referring to thc Judge as to chaj-ctci and
lill t intel ma of admiration and n apect.
Mr*. N rt m colon di nominated Jud ?
B. W. Kiev.
V ' ; I lil] V -Ult.
DBI BM a. uisTov.
v, .\ nominated Captain Drury
A. 'linton to succeed Judge Burks; Mr.
Stevens (colored) aecondi .1 tbe nomination.
'. Lovi astern in the chair.
Mr. Heal >n aaid tbal with due reven ncc
io ih- , ourl be should decline tn
vote on thia -uestion. Ile did notrecog*
rn/- that Mi, re Aould be ? racancj in th,
? it of .ludg, Murk-on tlu Nt of Jaauary,
1888.
Ur, Koiner apoke briefly, taking *u>
-tanti,illy tbe same position. In bia opin?
ion th< re waa bo vacant t.
Tbe roll waa called.
Tin* Ki nin. lit* dill i)"t vole. Afnr
aome d< lay tbe ni cessary .1 votes (to make
i quorum) wen "totten for Hinton. Some J
iv . .jinn r -' ii tor- v. bo weic paired ofl
v..nd f,.r Hinton, the Dei***oci*ats not con?
sidering in tbbt particular Instance thal
lhere wa* ant violation ??) lu,iud* la so
doing.
Mr. Hurt asked to lave lt recorded thal
bc wa- pi- -' nt cuod not roting. _grei ti to.
? ?? ti.
In all..f these votes Messrs. Hale. WU*
. md Xi ul errj. I ita un ml i-rsof *' tbe
iv hour." voted for tht ucui rn mil
'Ir. Win (fli 11 of ll movei ?...? tor Sta?
ples and for !.? wi-. Mr, Lj I r >oI voti d
only. He would nol rote for
ile* .-ai;,'11* nominees, supposing them
milted 'liin ??revolutionary** Taylor res?
olution.
.
Messrs. Mayo and Hi sion, from lb< Jo nt
Int* tl to count tl.'- voti, re
?v* intktllv, all the K- Mdjt I
? . ? ,
the ol
?
. ' :
. 1!
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.
Mr. Hurl' li n d thc follow in r, to o on
rei ll ! :
We deelii lo vol thc i Ber of eh <?.
lion for ? successor to Judge E. t . Kink-,
because wc do not believe tliat thi tim*
arrived f,,r eb.-tin.- lu* aucccrasoi tbe Su?
preme Court havin*. *?> held?-and vt,* re*
-i-H'ctfullj -nt?r thi* protesl a -Inst tbi
i lection of his successor.
.lons L. Hi ur.
Absalom Koinbb,
Ti via,it BBjBBT,
\\ . A. t,i t-how,
.'. irs I . I.,,Did.
PBAKI Ki im. uki;,
A. M. Ltbbook,
Wn i hm LovknsT-IX,
Pai l C. Ki bi sm,
1 ! * 1 HlAH *"..
Mr, KidiH, i ? rger ol Jet ted t>, tbe protest
i the Journnl.
Tlie Chair [Mr. WoodJ ruled tba protest
? In ord* r, because no *'*n:ivr signing it
? - thal be la I i ted, and titi- the
Chairl : I tent ol Si nate
Kn! ? K<. 40. The ; ip r pi -? nb d r lises
., i oi nt lon nstltutlouallty ofthe
?i of tbe House, and K r?!-.. '* Iv. *i,
p. i--.! v which tl"' Sen iti rules : r con
? trued. distinct!" anya :
?II ? i. titi p of righi
i :? nt .ry pi itliege to I il snd ? I'?
ll n d up n the Journal a protest of ni
: ,i:t-t thc action ol tin House.*'
?-Tl.e decision of thc ( hair las
iii eal."
Mr. Koiner appealed and desiri l t, di?
eu*** the question, bul lie I'll .ii' ru ? ! tv d
th.- qui -? ? i was not di' il dde.
Vlr. Kidd - - v. ?
.greed 1 il 3**15.
In nominating their candldab - for Court
of Api * als ii" K* . iju-r- r aenatora tt i
si; s I articular to make it appear that Rli li?
an f-n sta-to lueceedStaples, Kaindi, ruy
t. | i -on, !?? >'?'- MOBl ii**, K et Cliri
t.au. ami Hint* n Burks. Doul liesa ii will
io ; j, .,r ..ti tl.,* -? nate JobtbiIi
)) tm I i OBI 1- 1*.
Thc tollotrin-. bill, lul-oduced bj Mr.
Lovell)nason yes! rdat :- iM.rt-ti nvora*
blj fi .*. - nate c .mn* Wee:
to J fio?o/?-hrf|a
Hwy for
Empli I of thc i I "t- i"
?
l. b^U enacted ?
Ti.it the SuperiBl iMknl of Hw Peniten?
tiary, tvith tb- -pi r ??> J ol thc Board al
|>ii.'.*' ?)-. i- b< n bj autl orixed to i.s.
i.ui th, p. mt. mint grounds, out-1
-id. of the main buildings, a suitable bulUM
Inu f .r the conflm bm ni and i mptoya-eato! I
the female convicts In the penitentiary; aad !
in the > n 'ii ? of -aid building thc Super- j
Intend, nt -Kl t lupin convict tobo* I
M faf m may bc practicable; and
fur tn.- pc j meat *'f thc m-'ciial tux
- nd building, and such work as eaaBOl tn
dose by the eoBvlcts. thc Superintendent,
wiih the ?'*! proval ol tl"- -ksird ol Direct?
or-, mav draw bl* draft OB th-* Auditor ol
Public Vccouiit-f ratiim mot.or amounts,
not to exceed the aura of t-Cv.nOO, to be
paid out of ant iii"H* f bl UM Treasury not
othi rtti-e appropriated.
i. Thi- act -hall W \g ffgtM. from it*)
pastaj^c.
Uo-in-o Vfjlef
trraoiia nv ih bbibbbbb.
The ( ommittf c on Unrolled Hill* yester?
day rratrted the Uo*nraar*s approval ol
the follow ini*:
An act t., aaaaad "t'rtinii* *,, ti, and ? al
an a.-t f,,r th- protection of -heep Int lark.,
Frederick, and Charlotte, approved Mani)
8, 1x71, as lo the county of (kirke.
An mt U> incorporate the Norfolk ami
Carolina Turnpike Company.
An Bd ta amend -cilions U, _1. and __ of
an act entitled an net to laeorpoi^te the
Mutual Ken. tit A? .relation ,,?? Virginia,
approved Kehruary 27. l**-S0.
An act to laeoiporBtc Um Raat-Kad Ken
- ti. i;il aiul -...ial Society of Rtrh-BOBd.
An ad to laaarparBtc the OtodavUle
College, in tbs county of WltO,
Aa act to laeorpoiata IheBaakal Itu
chanan.
An a< t un. n.lins- the charter of Middle?
ton, In tb.'unty of Kreilcrick.
Au nt;,. authori..' ti,.- Board of Super*
visor* for thc *'..unty of PiU-sylvanla to
pr.>\ i.i. for thapayaaSBtal any Ott-Standing
(Iti.ts agaiad BB] at tho tole township* iu
-..iii counts.
Aa act 'for thc regal ol Mrs. Ann K.
Hughes.
Aa act for Hm relief of .I.unc*. h. Rea.
Aa act to am. ml section io of chapter
188 ol -.-sion Act**.,! 18*17-*% Ib regard to
thc pay "f , otiBtj juil-i's.
An act ta laearpoiate fbc Narrow*
Bridge aad I .rrj Coaapaay.
An ad in relation lo the bs_b of i ? rtain
ebureb propcrtj la Bedford annaly.
An a.t to allow Abel a. Laketotarcd a
wharf at Franklin City, in Accoinac
county, fur Hi-* purpo-*' ol -toppin*, oj -n rs.
An :nt t<> .natl- thc I tua rd ol Supervi
-?;- of I-!-* of Wight countv lo buy th
bridges across Cy picas and nana creeks.
Au ad fixin-: Uic time ior iioldtngth<
clrcuii court- lu tba SUteeath ladlcial cir?
cuit.
An tn i to authorise ll. S. Prlao to md
a wh irf ar Smlttifiehl.
An act to allow K. C. IK r.l to . reel a
wharf on Wilson's creek, m Qhmct*?tcr
rotinty.
Ana,' for thc relit I of "TB-UBl V Wil?
liam*.
Vi art for thc relief of P.T. Johamrn
Au ni to ta.*, telograpb r-jeapanksfor
countj and school purposes.
An ad to authorize Rilzab*thCltj county
? tbe ri.ht ..I way tor a railroad
through -aid county.
t". - to lUthorU. thc Metfiodi-t Epis?
copal eburch, ""-"iitii. of Kr- derlcksburg, to
i ,1-' | 1|, I.
Ali ..- t to prescribe the taaea for holding
!!)?? (erm* ol thc eourtsol the Kigbthcir?
cuit.
Au ai ? ? -tic tho *.!?* ?f U-k-OiroYi
Church, in A'- 'Him* county.
Ali ai I to um* nd -? '-ti' -i t-i ut ehapti rM
? ?f the Code -t 1874 in relation lo public
e I .
Ab bi ; ext I0| tin.; eert ila school . -
p.-n, iii Meekk-aburg couuty from taxa?
tion.
An : ? * to am ml -a'cfiid) 13 of
lui ,,f tti. * ode of 1878, lo rekttioa 11 tbe
?-1"' ition .,.' ? -pultara,
An a'1 to mar,- Otb r rin * .? lawful
ll lice.
An act to ai > *r.i-section-'', .",. B 7 and
S of an ad entitled aa ad to inoo**|>onite
rite Kid,in,rn,I and Wed Point Ti rminel
Itatlwaj and Warehouse Company.
\V Sd lo ?Vatic the trie-t,,'* Ol Me?
thodist parsonage ?.f (.rt. n circuit to sell
and (*onv( j the aa_w.
.vn sci io inct.rpttr.it.' th.- PauquJeraad
Rap] ah mnock Railroad < ompanj.
An ct to im ,r|>srtt.* the t,,w:it,f Hay.
market.
Va id to incorporate tho Buckingham
Mining and WaU r i oiapaay.
. ' to iu,*.,iiMir.it-- the NorfoLk and
(.lon,, -t. r Steam!)* it Compaay.
t to amend tbe charter of Chatham.
nov ok ji . .
v. it 12:88 ?,'.?'. <k (h.* House
Wilt ll hi lioll of JlllUi-. nf Kl.
i owl ol appeal*. 'Iio tli-* d .
;t the merits of th- ititi, ri
? I:.r.i.*- v. i- marki d bj thc ofiaod t mrtesj
i lr -. Some of lb
-?iii.nt. and on the I ?? tn
oeratic side, especially the display ol ora?
torical talent would bavedaae sredll to
any legislative boA****.
? i inti r. bange of uv *- pres
l. tn ? i ii Ihe ??'.nate ami House, tbe -p aker
annnunci ,i thal nominations wi re in oidi r
for the position wnw h* ht Kv Judge
-t:.;.lc.
tt-'. I Judge vv til. r B.
? f Honl .'oro. l*j > itiif; . pn *? ur
v,,. iii li reft -.-, <i ti- tti- Ugh i osftl di
i.ri of v,Irginfa li.nl aha
t thc eoontry. and -aid
that in a tong irraj of -dtsttoguhihed men
o i ,-? gi a .ii the bench u( thi- State,
Judgi -i i|:- - -!-*.! Ihe i eer of tl..
He ?- ?? ? IB ii. BO ir
ptiiiic- thal ir aaa scarce**] koowa to-day
,niii it- a with, aad so -troog
st, i*. hi- c..mii ti.mis ,d ivbaf :? fudge
ahould i> thal tc bad mail- ir a rale to
refrain from conversing on political txih*
leets. Mr. I'riflin raid-that wc hat-* been
told thal thi- ia a revoltitloa-- thal the
Court *f vpp. ai* iryi-t be rec-a-structed
*o as tobe iii -vi n t nt'Ky with the i
idir be had hoped, eett-Meriag the mir
rounding eb-eunistanees, that in tl.n
-val onslaught Judgs Staples would be
-pa rd.
Mr. Honaker nominated ColonelR bert
W. Richardson, of Smyth < "linty.
Mr. (lidding* .nih d the bo i
of Col dui RinbardaoBa iad lu dolag *??
argued to aliow tliat in all political revolu?
tions il was right aad proper lor the d mi?
nali! i-trtj Io select a h.,!i, t.*.r- known to
i c iii ?-, m] sthj witb Ihe *?? ntlBM nts of tbal
j arts. IK dm* i thai Che Mil-tic V| r?
,1 ii- .li v. '.ion ii tbe ? bl f-Jiis
L'nited M ilesto this i rim i
pi-.
'
i - ? -1. \t tt.iu.i,ii.a.i that r ? ml*
.u order lor the ptoc ? noa
Dlled I ' Francis T. And- mon.
Mr. I .::? rd aomtnat* .1 .Mr. John W.
Kieii. o' H.. I ,s ? -i, ut*,. H.- apoki "f
ri,-- r. pr-ent. tit
youn*. mea ol tat -: *t- ,sud w ?
txtio v. x emf titted "-? oecui j a
? eat ?ui Kc < ri ' lp] sal*,
Mr. i razl* r nomlaoted Mr. T. T. Patin
Hi rot . ( 1 .- ?:? nek. IK- tool --
sal -ultl.tliin.' al.ollt "Kli:/ ("Ititi!-." 'I'I
intimated 'iii)' Judge tadenaB had been
i, the ?. letim ??( i
Mi. (, u; .1 r-seoaded Ww -*o_-__dio*i ,,f
Mr "i: Ij. Both "I ttn- iHimit. .s. be
.,;,!, \S.ie natl ? - "t hi- ? minty. Oil.
ii ii,.?),, tl i thc i-a-t two d* i lea
rah i ! - ui l- hall oft v.*rt |
rn,I. whth the other (Rb Iv
liol quietlj pur-i. il ft.c [rn ti- ot hi*
eil". '*. |,|.le--i. ll. llltfi. Hill,. ?( tin Kai*
nd people ol Pm ileriek. aad ka the ri ime
rot Wltscbester, he te-soBded the
? i ni ol Mr. l.l-ty aa Ita oalj man
nf thi tsvi. Kl to -u ni th- (ourt ol A->
peal.
Mr. (? il.to'.--- -.'(n1.il the tioniuia'.to.i J
of Mr. I'aunll'io). Ul r i. rrd t?> thc |
it'* ami tt!). ? i"? Ihe
nominee tor ihe posit lea.
Mr. Lyons, la r. ph ta Mr. Praatsr. de?
nied tk-^ Judge Antl-r-Hi wasthi ti'tiin
?I i eaocas. lt thc aaaa-BB-loa t-?*t boca
. ndrred him be would towt .V.*iiu*-(L
K.,1Vail.
i'h.* nevi vi ri-r Was the eleeli.ni of ti
judge lo -nc . -il Judge IK L C Mufurc.
Mi. Powb-r nominated Mr. L. L. I., ttl*,
il calpeper. Mr. I 'owler saul: l rice to
pul ii) ii- -111111 ition f' r the BXlMld |?-itton
of Judge of th -ut reine l onrt of AppeB-l
i Ut utii tuan tt ho I Itel a**ur.*tl p<wwc?es
? u | i*oB*i'lcuous degrea thc iMaMflcatioaa
ami v ititi* -> tliat should Twloru tb.* N trj<inia
niicii. I* BMfcdld rr*.?m Inri-**) of our
.-nat lt. s "Inti ni, it luMtiicr of thelituten
tut-dovcriuiraf tha>( omuxmwealtU. Billed
to Ihe faun!-, o' th- ilistlngubvbeB John
Miuoi li Al ,' v pt\*htm Ol '.--I- iUutriyui
THE DISPATCH
f ."RMS OF ADVERTISING!,
essa?mtA8iaB_*i it adv*** r.
Ono-f|U:irf.otiP Insertion.8 ti
Oas -in n . ino i?m illulia. 1
One -i|tiaiT. ttiif ?? Iti-.r1i.na. 1
niii. i'uii.-liln-rt;,iii.. Jl (S
* me s,|)iarr, twr-lveliiarrUoB*. I 04
?ile -|U.tr-*. .,1V - III- nth. 10 OO
Ont -lUi.n*. twnai. ntlu. . 18 08
frat "ssaiati ttitas ibosBw. fifi 00
.IihI-*c Lomax, s giadUBfa of the l.w de
I'Htuient of our Mate L'nlv.-r*ity. cit-etcd
i fr two years Commonwealth'* rttorney
! for th,- county of CBlpepei, though tbat
j county wa* ui divcrte political alignment
!?> him, for ne eea years the attorn* ?>? for tba
Kadara Dl-lrtrt tit Yin.-inin,!., wh'l.hposl
lion he wa- .ipi-tiiiiet) hy Fre-tiili-iiKJrsnt?
? popular and distinguished in these poa'
lioiis, eminent for hi* intellect, a. complL-h
iii'nt. nml <ocial tirtn.-, 1 pr.?nt to thi*
holly hit BbbbW for the Mfheal p-gal honor
it can now anani him willi, in full confi?
dence thal b? wtlUiill furth. r illuatr-iU'ttw
rriith that the loft) lineage willi which Ui**
adorned bat -.t"l fet s-rowii ij 1st -.
Mr. Stuart noit.'innt, d Judge J ibm * K. hu,
,f K:iii*|iii*r county. Ile Bgtt vd with Mr.
Fowler la all that ba had -aid rtlront Mr.
1 Ketti*, hut he tl* -ir* .1 tti place in notujna
i tiou a man who |>OH>.?*wed all th.- fpuUrti.*s
ti.iis i-laiin.-d fur Mr. Lewi*, and lx*?.i.ieaj
bad the adimillaa ii s lon-< Judicial train?
ing. This nomin-itftn WBI the resnR <>f nu
caucu*. .Iud-.'** Keith tts* the ehcrtee of the
pi ..plc of his ili-trtct. snd 'In* - conation,
mail, in th* hour .d' def. at Wo uki hare
le cn nettle in the hour of ti Hun ph.
Mr. Mayo ascended tht nomination of
Mr. Lewi?. lie sjKike in fi. lin.' p ril.*. of
Judge Moiieure, and B_M tbat no purr
mau ever lit ed. Mr. Lewi-, though >oun_*,
gave promise of -.nat abu ty, nnd, bc ba.
li'vrd. ivouid prove a arortbj -uceaaairi
Judge Moncure.
Mr. Coaorad spoke eie?aratlj in ix-h-jf
of Judge K.ith, whom be had kaoarafar
many years. This LagMaiare would met
u *tain up.ii thc Mata ii it preferred u
niau?what*, ?*r might be bia other-aaall
tles who waa jr?H BBtried lathe dut-taof
a Judge, tooae who had i ? red bhaad i
juri*l of th.- highest ord-r.
RoU-calL
Noiiiinatioii* for a "nmessaf to Judgi*
< tiri-tiitii vt, re next de,dar.,i |q orth r.
Mr. i'in-l.y i-.oiniiiat.-tl Judge B, W.
Lacy, ol Nea Kent county. He -aid thai
Judge Lacy wa.* too well known t-> lh?
rn. tither* ofthe Ilou*e f. r hini to MM400
nov eat* aded r, muk* in iii* 'av r.
Mr. Stubbs nominated Ju,! ??? .l,*fpb
< hri-lvm. pre*! ni incuiiiiii nt. lien fl rr- d
viii pride to Judge Christian's twehta
j' i -' re* ord a ? j bm min r ol the < ourt cf
Ipi ?..!-.
M r. Norton aeeoaded tia Baaaiastloa of
Judge Lacy.
Mr. Evana reroaded Ihe noa-ioaUoa of
Judge christian. Ile refem d to v. rt oil*
icta la .imlge christian'. Judicial career
tt hich stamp' ,| him a.- one of the *?ninde-d
I Jurist* ol tbe day. ll- knit tbctateahad
?leer, ed tliat Judge * 'bristl in musl ?_?<>, hut
bc would md rest. any it li- bad not -|M,k,-n
in I,half of thc friend "f bis childhood.
Roll-call.
Tbe next in order was til- ?!*?? tieri of j>
s,ur to Judge Burk .
Mr. K.tireen nominated Captain Diary
a. Hinton, ?-( Pcb rsbur .
Mr. lim., i- -tated thal the llemoerarls
lt ?-?in. d to tuak. a nomination la this caac
foi the reasofl that thej did aol coaalder
there . ts am v-caaei.
Koll-call.
? -r*. Hoaaker, "-tuart, and Harri.*:,
? arbo tt.i- appointed ob tin- par! *.i *h?
House tn usn ? ..in tbe r. ault, ri j orb <i thai
vj.s-i . RI bardson, Fauntleroy, [starla,
uni, .iud ii ii,tun, hui received a -tajority
of all il,, rob - ? nat.
The Speaker deebta d tht tn duly elected.
Tbi- \< dil, nt un I hf III.1.1.iou.I <ai?Jl
tlle-liu.ia Kuilioii.l.
Ileatlofl wa-in uh in tin*/*, patch af *f**B>
lerdaj of the aceideat to thc paytaaater*B
Inda oa tbe RIchinondaBd Allegliaayiaad.
nor Buchanan, Friday Biirbt, by walch
Mr. David .McMinn, a well-known young
Denian of tbt* etty, vt:,- in-ta ut ly Kill, J.
II., r- nen on the train at tlie time, I- ables
Mr." Vt VJ in h. Mr. fl. W. Ager, -ii-)* ri-i
v.'ul. ut; .1. I). Wilson, pyma-t.r; L.
i odj', iiiiiiu.a-t r: Conductor George K.
' Smith, Huck Lea i-, engine* .*. and tba tin -
man. Mr. Age* ind aa ii-, broken, mid
j Mr. Coil;, it j- badlj cur cn tin i...td. Thc
? - . -. ap, d tt ith all. ht i v- -.
Mi. Mi-Minn ? Hie son i f Mr*, telly
\. SI Mm.ii, iiid-if. of Mr. Dat kl A. Mc?
Minn. a Weil-known bulkier <t Kn* eily,
uh ? iii. ,1 - rddenlj bal >..ir.
Hi* body will !..? brought to the city ^aad
lbs lum i I - .il take phicc from St. John's
Episcopal church thia afteraoon nt ...Ki
,k.
Tbe "ollowlnj* telegram received baal
; Lynchl ui.- bul ni vt -fives tv- Istral *a>
lormatlon con< erning the ac, i.i. nt:
??i'!i.* remaina ol youn M, Minn, who
waa killed In the railroad BcetdeaC mar
Saltpetre Cave bud night, weao eaithdho
i. nd I"-,: it for I uriel, Ku**, tiatead
. nt .gee and ot hers of the eoun-Jod an in
thia itt. Besides a hadh'-l rokca urm,
vir. a ?? I* seriously hurt :i!..n.r the beara
and bruised about tbe t,.?ls. ind I owttnt*
-t.I I--; igbt thal Dr. -au. ht, r think*
lu may ba lnb*iuallj Injured. Thc aeei
denl '???? urred aboul 7-53 .''ok. Thc
. ti ,in waa kaocked from the Inch,
thc eii.'im landing wrong sid* npaearthn
' rut r's bi Ink. The coach a - thrown into
tbe stream. SfcMian aaa riding with-ha
: engine, i at the time of tbe acrid ut."
A Ham ? .vi) Vm vtsr i i-ok. I>k Mid.av
Cobb, dbbt, Kkiobtb Timms'., bb Haa
fOB, T> COBBAKOSBI ?') fit. ftBIIBBB|
Rit'BBONO.?At the stated nionlfaly asseaa
Mdt "f tlu- * "lumand. ry M ?*'. Vtulr-w,
' K n i ir' 11 * Tempi ir, bela ob Ethla} eveatng
I i-l, Kn-t i 'iiiiiiMiider Willi an- K. Trnn.-r
pu-, nted ihii hotly, on bi Itali ol DeMaaay
Commanderj-, Boston, . ittag__5oent **_-_?>
uiarnl.r'. awordand a !>?? M* '?.<? I-ic Thc
t. I elaboi :? lau cost]] on.*.
I gotten i'!' in tin* rn* --t t.-jy -tyi,. ()n
Ibe scabbard la th* iri-< i .pc u : **Ii---iH
,(, to tlu i .ti ,,,andi i a -d fit, \in.r, it.
So. 13, ??( ivi,tum d. it, bj O- .M..la>
,s ? i Hostoa, Mass. IBM.*
On th* - il I ard, hilt, i nd bl ..:.- ,..- ?^i r. -
.' tire*. Ch' rwoCB ad
: - I ii i fin* ? i iiut i sss iilic.1
ti i:!i I
? . ly Coi Mi.indiT
1 , - , I lt* fol ' ?.*?-.*? in
lite**,
- ", ' ?Wil?
li i- id J. \ ? Cb ? ?? I. * - sp
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to De il
i ,... sr of Hi*Ba md.
;. - i, and iv - Itaah
oilier ;n i ? *td, und
. ?. , ii thia wt .ken
their bom ? ??' hrte.
| , - I i ? il
.ith ni
*?)!)!. ? ' . :* pie
crowded Into v, ./ ?? Hall, fuBj it.-', tto
tbe i ? ' len' ? . v - h-i ,tt. ti in
-lin v'r
-t,,h. . - - ? '? rilling iit
ileeds- * ? ijtiCiir " A
I nt - vv i- lill .-? .-i ..; a -o' K nape.**
i . *.-?;, ls tb* ?:.*' r* ry of th aublt-rt
ittu'ei*.oii-i.hi Hoi u Mr. **i, tr.gtt Boa
v.- nrtglii,' , ? ala - al i?*
.nm i.t i'i. -kital I'>vis.
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