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VRIOAY"".lABITAtl li WM.
In a speech whieh li<* made in Ctaf"***"**
'Mbapt* fjftv year* a;ro, .Mr. B'.tiusan un?
dertook to show that thi?.oiiera(ive* In t:\e
tOl*b*? in Hie lulled Stat.* (lil Rd li.-. ? -
-tartly receive bett"* p?v If* ib'ir SSISfeSS
than Ibo o-K-rntiv.s in Bbl fad.nie* in for
clim countries, thou;;}! UM Wlget tlkmj Vt*
ched were nomiiiallv Maher. Il'' In ?iiili
titancc said mutt if ten kOttt would 'my
more of tbe necessaries of life In Eneland
than fitly cen!-, would buy in the I'nited
State**, then lo work lor len cen;, a day in
England would be IxMter Hun t-> work Ii
fifty ?***?*? a day in tbe Cnib d Maits. Te
??ne wei! versed In poIMM* economy tkil
would nol i--ern tn !??? S sPirtHns: proposl
tlon. On Ihe contrary, such S per*.rn
would expect R to bs received williotii
question. ? I.nt Mr. Tb ni ww did u?it timi
Uie public so considerate. On tho con?
trary, be sufferi d for ninny years under lin
clnr-ro tliit lie win In lavor of lo.v WSgei
for workinirmen. and had alj the lime Un
watlsfrtction of -edna Iii" nwtkt tuurc lr
thc Whit*- paper* a* ?? !'. n-<V:.' .Ii-imy."
??History repca** i'-'l.'." Fifty or si*-.';.
Tear* siter Mr. Ibinvvvv made bis tel.*
brat oil sjhm-c',1 |o ecnviir -.- the WOrkiagmCt
baal ii.w.r wttytt might possibly be bettei
t h'Lli.r?dcjunuli'.).', ".' etiiir*!-. as In
rx i:i.-d. upon the rel--,ti*.o -jtvuiriti-* 0
the 1,,-r-ss .ri, s of lilt tli.it Hm MIC and tb"
otlier would buy?w? Ind a cen* lemar
who I* a* ]'. iTiiinenl now a* Mr. I'.i rrwv".
wan then tPsakgpA i" teaching tbs sam
l?*Rt*on to lbs vvorkiii-."iiieii sf !ki* Otf. lt
the report ti nu interview which ivci-ntlj
took pbos I .(-tween .Mr. McDONAbD, of In?
diana, and a new.-p.ipi r report! r, tint _en
tlenian is represented as having etti reed
Mr. HicuananV. bagUSgS in tbs loMowtai
"Tin- protCCttoaiSt" hy .1 good deal "I
?trass on tbs higher wsg*< poid In Um
Unite,] Sta!.re* tb-?* '?? operntlV! ? In
Kn*,'lai)(L. Franc", sad ("-ermeny. 1 h ll
wages bess are nomin-iilv Maher ls 'ruc,
but what theexeeas it ls dltncult to vow
pilte, since there is a d.il. r< n ? "t tbs
prices of Hie neei ?earles of lift . >t i- ?
stagafaH* fact thal bread ls sold cheap r bj
Hu- p.ii'.od or loaf in I ead >r. tin in Mew
York, though made fno-i il mr Hew "t art
?sdi].* to Loudon. N.-ei ?-:irie* ..!!i<- Inn
food are very much ebfsper in eil: ir of
tbs Ku roi km iiicotnitrie* Rained thatl la Ci*'
United stat's, protection makin,- mai i ?
tin-in higher h?re."
Ilicad is cheaper in London ibsn in N .v
York, t!ioii_-ti made of ilintr-nit from .\<-iv
York to London, lint in tbe name bf n -
eon does s protective tariil in >!.i* < .tint:*..'
produce tba! egecf I Isn't it s selfn rid( ni
proposition that the bsken r?*gulate tint
matter, units* imbed it li iv "'lateti Iv
law** If the flour i* sent .tv X. w Vork
to London, il i-sold for .-thu' r piioe in
London than in Hew Vcr', v iioilv will
dispute that, it follow* necessarily thal if
Mead i* cheaper in London ihan In New
York, it is * 1 in spite "f tbe f id tbs! flour
i< dearer. For if tbe workman In Ni w
York and tbe workman in London ?*ere
both io buy flour Ins *ad 1 f bread thc
former would gel Iii* bread more cheaply
than tin- latter. We should liku for Mr.
Mi Dox.u.n to point out t'.e flaw in thal :.r
guaient. Bet ( is also n rt t'rom ihi* coun?
try to England, snd of eoutne al a profit.
Wo conclude, therefore, that al leas! meal
nnd bread ure cheaper la thi- count***, than
Wo must do Mr. M< Dovu.n tbe justice
to quote from s speech be made in the
I'nited States Beanie several rears ago the
following pa.-a_ra;ih. Which shows that
after all he i* not much of S iie-fiatlcr.
Vic quote :
?* Wit'unit count in*,' UDon inf fl 1 in?
crease in our ordinary . xpenaes, m I bc
necessary fOr us to raise over -|-00,0(j
annually. *u that our _i\ .-rume'itai e\'
pthutet require all tbe revenue thal we en 1
properly raise l.y customs dntie*. Strict!
?confined to tbe purpose. There i* n->
probability tbat the power f.> lay and eol
Icet tinti* - on imports will be dlsrontln
ned sn lon. as our Government continual
to exist, or thai Hie Incidents' pro!
will not be all that ought, .11 j'l-'i -.- Ju the
neal mawe! our people, to '.a loipe#?d,
?Sven Bnghu**d. la ber ? n-. tc*t appros
to free trade, ba* deemed it wi-e and ?jirii
dent to raise a mtge portion of her nv. nue
from customs dntie-."
That last extract sounds like the Yir
pinia, Ohio, and lYnns".)-,.. (a platform,
lt lakes the true grovni . But to BTftUe
that it would lie better fm* tin worklut
cla**e* of thi* country that for. i rri v<uk
men shouhl he allowed to ?? 1.1 cte freely
with them without any aid fit.i, the ens
toms-duties is to antagonize tin tomki
IsnehtBg of Mr. Hkwitt a* ijiittit 1 '-y Us
the other dav. Mr. EbCWfR -aid :
?'So far as any relief can be provided by
legislation for ihe exi*tin_ state "f allalrs
tbe leinidv mn*t lie found?-lh-*t. In fii<
ini* raw m-it.ri.l* from all duties; and.
?secondly, lu Importna rates ..f rluti on
anatiuf act tired products not more thar wi*.
fli-ient to make good Hie dill'crei,. <? in t.n
amount paid for lahor in the produ. 'ion of
any given article in thi* count!"" a* com?
pared with the amount pdd forth**same
labor in other coiintiies with wblcli we
To hrinj; in raw material* free i- to aid
nortln rn mantifaetun rs to uo without
Houtliern ores; but never mind tbat point.
Just now. Mr. Hkwitt distinctly teaches
that protective duties witt protect o_i
workingmen njrainst the competition of
.men working for low prices in other coun?
tries, and that lt ls tbs duty ol tbs Demo?
cratic party thus to protect our WCrtdng
(?hisses. Mr. IUniui.i. distinctly taught the
same doctrines In a spt sob in Ihe last Con?
gress. i"|,?n whose ten hin_ will the p'al
torm of tbe next Democratic National Con?
vention l.e hised?Hewitt's or MrDox
And this liini'* 11* to thc point we start?
ed out to reach, and lo the lfs*.iii we would
hove ad Democratic a** inuits to the ptart
dency of thc Knited Mites learn?namely,
that when that Convention meets all their
utterances will ix- used for and agata*
U.em b| their friends and their rival**
IM 11 1-. ts Whoso lm-pctli his mouth and
1U> toogee bOOpOth bli noni from evil."
We printed yesterdav a verv BSS**<tble
order whieh ln_1 Just been IsMsd hy th
PofctmanUr-tJenevnl. the jiurporl of whleli
TCs tint lie was not to bf misled hy a
name--that thou**b sheets of paper wilh
Jetter-headu printed ui>on them might lie
" printed ?atter," flt was not " prlnud
nuttier " in the nm in wbicb those words
ere. um-I lu tba postal t*ws.
N\*w, let tbe Poktiua-%'r-<Jeneri*l he con
-i*iiut. What sense or mmgwt \h there tn
neoduur to W:islit/i?*t..*ii isKtcad of to tts
fataoded destination a letfcr :nldn?*.d to
(say) Charlot!-- Coarthousr bsaaOSS tlw*
nsme of the ponUoiiiW lu MsryevUle, m,
vice versa, aendlng to Wasbiniflon instead
of its intended dent!nation h U'tter ad
drensed to iiurysvllle b-i*uu.sc tim u;i.?e of
the |KisUoOice is Charlotte Courthouse I
Why not jct the poiluitsk-r send to Its pro
lier destination i very letter who- proper
nnd intended d.*tlnat?on ls known " Why
use red lupe ?
A man in Virginia recently sdverttoed n
iterebBlim for rent. Tho old (for fifty
years) nsme of the post-nfllee was put up 0*9
*onie ot the !et!ers addressed lo tht ownor.
All these !e!tor* ww KS"! I" WOBblBgl"it,
notwithslandlna-lhal Ih- posl-olli"'.* clerks
who sent them to Washington well ku. u
what p..*l-..fliee BOIN th< y were intend. ?1
for. We say posl-ofllce " nam " I. cause
if lt bad not heal Nsf UM mba Of a mere
nun- MM letti l's would have heen sent to
their Intended <!c*tlnaiion.
"Pta**, niora it altogether,"1 rn D-MJR
SSVS. To us ll would seem M U .-?'. as Ju?
tillable, and as n-a*oiiable, to sen.! lo Wash?
ington instead of Its de*tinali(in evciy lt t
lcr ut tho supers'ri pt ion ol which i -inalc
word was misspelled.
The jire.*'nee in lliehmond o' f uuiiis
stoaer-Oeoeral Moanaai^ol tbe ForbTs
industrial and (oiton Centennial Kxpost
tion, whieh opens at New Orleans newt
December, *reeaBi puhlie stteatl i lo Ibm
greal enterprtse,Intended forthoin litrtrtal
devdopaienl nol onie ol tbe som' bul el
thc entire Union lt is prope- that we
| should give 0U? readers the mun poli li ol
i a very Inti reeling eoavi rsallon with I
ral Moki-.iii M*. frtiin which it will I
thatlt ls IO bC a "OO**! gi "SbtlC Ond< :l ' ->u .
scarcely exeeeded i" *aaaj lauri
tiie Centennial ot I 70.
In tin* lirst ,-kee, tin* exp
held und-ra charter granted ht tbe tf :
gross ot tin- United fltntea mm
bemdvc than thal ever, of tbe Vt n
ail of Its etii ?<???? and "id' menai ol
being oommlsaloned by Uk P*rwldi ol
the United Stall .
Inaecoedsnoe with tbech i**b r Pr ? nt
A"iri??: some tii-ie since Issn d hi , i ta
malton calHng upon tbe States of tlv l nlt-n
I and foi .in natl dwtoi srti Ipntebj n.
Igovernsoental exhibit*, and In htarecen!
annual message to i . *- refern d to it
[as one of li,.- iiaii.mal enterprises of the
I alon illu*!ra lng the nation's Industrial
j |iruar( - -, and commending Itself to de
[ world's approval nnd partldpatlon.
lt na* ut flrst though! that tin- sum of
1000.000 would be sutBeient lo make a
gland exposUien, hui that amount was
quick!/ subscrlbeti hythe people of Kew
(ii ans and tl.spltal Stock increased to
.iii.iMvit, vv litcii has nearly all been SUb
Tbs dtyof New Orleans hasapproprl
ni.-d 0100,000 to build a permanent hort I
i-iiitiirai bulldmg, inside* granting cxten
lire municipal franchise*. The buildings
of tba <-xiv..*iiion will he situated in a
beautiful park ?if 18 I seres, fronting nearly
a mile on the Mississippi river, which i.
two imlfs wide ,t. tba! point, the main
building coverings space ol twcnty-elghl
seres, i?< mg six -ere* larger than tbe main j
building ol thc Philadelphia Centennial, j
and the Mf:>nd larges! ever ene', d In the
world for exposition purpose;, the World's |
.'siro! London having been only a little
more extensive. Commissioners tove al*
reidy bet ii sen! io Mexico and South Amer?
ica, from whence the mosl Gratifying ac?
counts bave heen received, assuring al
rcadv large exhibits by Mexico a* weil as
by nearly ail the Governments visited in
Governor Iolamo, of Texas, made the
exposition one ol tbe ehlef reasons for
calling ? special meeting of the Legisla?
ture in older to have an appropriation
Iiip.de for n St:*.te exhibit.
Arkansas made ari appropriation before
a dollar Ind been raised In New Orleans.
The State ol Mississippi, whose Legis
1 time lia- ju-t convened, will undoubtedly j
make a liberal appropriation. Governor j
Lowvr, of that State, in a *i" rial mi
on the sableeti referred t?:?it as a '? Beacon
of Hop" to the Strath."
Alabama and Georgia, through their
Governors mid Commissioners of Agri
fiilture, bave already commenced (lie work
of organising local exposition societies i;*
every county in order to secure compre?
hensive exhibits. These Mates will pro?
bably expend*t_a,000 each.
The Legislature ol South Carolina bas
iu-t appropriated 010,000, and thc efflcienl
Department "f Agriculture will be ohio to
add about us much more, tc pm tbat state I
Te*anes**ee*s Boston and Louisville ex
bibltsol tbe past year bave already been '
shipped to New Orleans, and will be
largely added to.
Wo di know tba! our progressive neigh?
bor?tbeold North State?will not allow
her laurels recently won at Boston to l"
toben from ber.
While thi*. is part ol thc work being
done al the South, the North is al*o tabing
the matter in hand. Governor Clbvxlaxd,
of New York, saying thal be would have
no stone unturned to have New Vork ap
l ?? ipi-in'ciy represented, as w:ii also he the
\ w Bagfamd and nearly all Hie northern
Bl - -.
Vi an- mat thal Hie gnat Commoii
Wi "li of Virginia, "the mother ol Btates
and ..talesmen," will not be outdone hy
tbs progress Ol her sister States, and that
Um bifl Introduced Into tbe Senate ol this
State j sttrday bjr Senator Glasgow look?
ing i? V''rgfnla's representation will rc
. ell;, sanest eoealderatton ol tbe Com
rni'i. e on AgnenJtO***-, Mfaibur, and Manu
bv .rsa, to which il has been referred.
"' .s elly, too, inu*t as a eity lie rcpre
*. . -d. As we showed the other div.
Iti nuioiid bas more than sixteen thousand
bauds employed ill liiaiiufaeturln-.'.. ?*..,.
exhibits at New ('rican* ought, therefore,
to be commensurate with her progress, ber
advantages, and ber prospects as a manu*
Altogether, the sebome pmmlacs to old
in the good wort ol making tbe South and
her vast lesourom known to tbe North,
and of bringing about sn era ol good-will
between tbe two sections ol tl,-- I ni.m.
winn the om- wi!! n > bingar dread despotic
rule, ami the other no longer barlangi
nary Viiklux oulla-;, s.
laspeaktag ol tho tod thal the Govern?
ment would han- t.t pay a premium for lim
prirllege ol paylag on* t*a aarn boote, the
Winchesli-r 'J'imes ktSfkl
" Ea preference to makin*' tl.i* great sae
rlfleewe are in favor ol a dhmibutlon of
the present mirplun among the state*."
We SM thc name of an old lawyer-friend ,
ut the bead of the Times. We know of
courue tbat it nuiht be the koh*h miine.
Nevertheless, he has no donht inherited
his luther's le|*ul I dents. Tell us, then,
how lids seiii-tne of distribution can be
constitutional if 31 r. Hi.aixe's Hcheme is
The Stinititriitn given in the following
parugraph advice that ls much needed else
iv here lu Vir-inm if not in Itiehmond :
".No ump Wnttg, nor indeed any kind
of Kater, should lu* thrown upon the
groiitltk1 uear Hie borne. All garbage ? ?
should it frequently ri moved, or better
?dill. * * burned Op lu thc kitchen-."
i'il.FEnS TaUILL BRBOBM TO TElCs'L
Bava-va Bi ron ??.-Thc WbBb."twt J oat
leis tho V ir. iii':, Dcmucrat* know ttiti it
bal no sympvhv with them in un* tmtrtt
Ut rd ml ol Inioriiiil taxes. It says WM
tba llppuliilcint (but Of cour- ? lt MU th.
DetatRBRtSOl Vi^itiia Uti l'.t.n-ylv:tii!T.
Whose platfoiin- dec! in-1 int J-BBB ?<* ??*
nlioliti.uiof all iii'i-uial ti\. **,) W?*uld
m Tillie ml' UM Ilk rn il-reveiim* ,j,v ??
whisker md toliaeeo aad kay* '''I'"11
blankets, ead lugar. Aad con* bIoBB. l hoi
nani rtaesp whiskey In order that the] univ
HM if l, 'dignify huni'iu ti't"*r ' "'
DiMBoerats i?r.-f*i tbe ebeaper ^"*_**
Tiiev vvi-h thc tbXX OB wiii-'.-i'V -nd tobacco
Tho |)eni'.or:t- iii Nii-.tiiD wi-li lOfBl
nd of Ittiernal-rtyoiuc ? -? "I'1""
infor.ii'i-. BBd ?: ?'?-??? '-*? v"" mm9
cali ii praiarrla -?* '?i say. '"'">' '??l* ?' i,n"
terring the vvlfai.-of ?...? B ??? T.?l Di BO
Thc l- asl iloiih!'- set No. al tba W*>
patch Mi)-- lest Tm-.lay. ind fullv-'"
tains Ri pa-t -eputBtlon aa a Tallar*!** ni
, .-.-, of ih i ai y ? We arish ..ur n ir
r|nta pe< iTewori' a- liberal In Ihrlrpotn th
' ,,. u--.li ? ' patch i- i"
Mill ? a read ihle pap' i 'i then obi
rared Bi ibm. ad ronleB ,mr.iry could
of tbe * inje mammoth
- V ?e.-Y. ar's I-sil.
y. .: ,,, n- the in.ney ainl W? Bfl
". ' I |tl '? V.elllVO
?m rttsera to i- ac
,.i bub] tappl! nitii!-. We ls . c tbal
I.,,! ie long i" tore we Lill be
? ,| io is-iie bb efgtat-page i>a;i"r eyer?
Thank* to th ? Star aad t" dubs I
., ir coatemporartes '?-?: Heir aotlcesol omi
Ni vv-Ni ar'- parter.
When I -tine lato the Executive chanel
: h i" A year BRO I (""til I ll"l li'*.l A C 'pi Of
tbe Holy Ncrlptu.Ti I Buppose each Gov
eroor took his away with hun. A friend
.ravi* nie tiii- I hav. il Bl Bl oiital lr ' -
ndum to my successor in office, to bc
med by him ami ?utccc'isors, each i:i
tum.?UOV mar li. F. ''"Her.
?- Traii-niil'iTMiiiin" :- good.
? nor*.- Minni Har!., ami Hi* Vinny
The italiin'.ore American of yesterday
I says: A dispatch received from Peters
j l.tii-ir. Na.. Li i eveiiiii" stating tbal s. L.
Hsrlr, a n ..n aaed Hfty-five years, bad
i i , en arre-'otl in Not: .way POltntV, Na..
charged wttb bigamy. He i- held fora
[requisition fruin thc Goreraor ol Mary?
land. Haily Aral eulie tu thi- city from
New Jersey. Ile had been a mercbaal al
onetime In New York, whore be was i
Burned maa. He wen" to Pennsylvania,
anti there niarri.al Again. After living
with iv iff No. - se vt rai ve.,i's ho emigrated
[ to New Jersey, where once inure be ti. il
a connubial knot with one ol Jersey's fair
women. Aboul eigbl month** ago be
came to tbi* city and engaged board
at a fashionable l-oarding-bouse in tbe
Wes! End. lt was nol many days before
he inade thc acquaint wee ol a lady Barned
liva i i-f. living In Northwesi Baltimore.
Il" became exi.dingi'* attentive i i his __*.
dresses, and after a month ur s,( acquaint
once bc prop -ti. and ihe accepted. I hey
tverc married In this city, and a few day*
alter the wedding tlie newly-married
couple wciii to \ irginiu. The (?. i tn pur?
chased :? tmall farm i".i Noltowav county
snd started a country store, Yi'iiiii.i two
months after thc marriage the bride re?
turned to ber relatives in tbi city. When
Biked whj 'ic !? f! her !.:.-'
til ian d th I ihe had Itet a so badly
treated thal she had ! n . mpelli .1
to leave him. Shi said hi- con?
duct had !-'en l.rut.,;. ;.n.l that al?
though she did everythli l< to
please btm, he would not apprecml I ? r
endeavors. Tbe consequence was. life
w i'll -"iii-'n a man wa* n burdt n, and unable
to st '.ml it anv longer she i'll hti.i for good.
After being liorai for several weeks infor?
mation reached her tbal tbe man whom she
considered her husband bad another wife
living in New J rsey. She eagerly grasp ti
at the Idea ol fr.-. i.;_- herself and .Ken..;
t**orrespondence with the Sew Jcrsev wife.
When she had all the information >!ie n ed
ed she determined to punbditbc de.'fiver.
A brother-in-law ol the 1 idy a few day- Bgo
went ilnwn to SoUoway county to -e. lire
tbearrestof Harry. Ile was tinned with
letters from tbe New Jer*ey wife, and tuc
c". dod in getting a warran! for the man's
arrest. The Baltimore wife visited Marshal
Gray -.viral days ago about tbe case, but
bo action war taken hythe Police Depart?
ment I;, re, as the brother-in-law of tbe lady
li ;<1 (jone down to Virginia :??! i they knew
the arrest wonld be made.
Auiii'.erii'ii: of a If.-, iii'.-ititi- I'tend.
An Ashland [Penn.* telegram of the 2,\
say-: Patrick L'urlej placed a large piece
of dynamite las*, night under an out-house
Adjolninc* tbe dwelling of John ( ostello
and Ignited i . The shock destroyed the
out-bouse end bAdly ^battered the dwell?
ing. Costello's bob. a young man about
twenty-six years of agc, was lylnB In Led
at the time, having Ju*i r.v. red Irom o
long Illness. The -in.eh occat-ioRcd by the
explosion deprived bim of hi- reason, ana
ii I- lesred be cannol live. Curley con?
fessed that be wai the culprit, and be was
placed under ::-l.Oin) hail and held to an
iwercbaigei preferred hythe Philadelphia
and Beading Coal and Iron Company, tbe
owners ol the property. Deina; unable to
obtain ball be was committed to Jail.
A laoveriior'** rromiwe lo Ills Dv lu
A st. Louis; telegram ol Wcdaesda. mya:
When Governor crittenden'- little dnugb
ler Katie was dy iii;. :i few week- IgO, ti
was saiil that she received a promise from
lnr father that be would jurdon Charles
stevens alias Omaha Charlie, serving a
Itfe-eentence In tbe Missouri penitentiary.
To-day, la aceort-Nt-ce with tbat promise,
stevens was pardoned, liewa- In for tbe
mnrder of John Mayhan, whom be killed
in a -aloin) in March, 1878, Btevi n- wa*
an artist and carved ninny beautiful trink?
et*, which he prevented !<> tba Governor*!
daughter, thu- arln_ia_* tbe love and friend
ship of the child.
Thc OjsBBB Intcrc-st.
In bli Rtsssage to the Legislature of Ma?
ryland, Governor HamiBoa -Lites (hat tho
oyster lervfee eoatlBnei traiatfAfactory,
and hr proceeds 11 length to ed forth its
iii bit-, nnd recommends that in any
ebangse tbat maj be made In the system tbe
Governor should be vested witta tbe a bole
and -nie an! In.ri? v to I ntiiiiiaud the tervlc '.
Cordial e. hporation lu tween .-Bryland sad
Virglnlfl for tbe regulation and protection
of tin* oyster interests la reoommended,
anil the Governor Driraa tbal every taeas.
uro be taken to con-ummaic the desirable
of course we understand why Mr. Hew?
itt i- for taking the duty oil of ill raw n.a
torial. The New Ene J ind and New York
BMaafactnreri aever fonnd out tbal they
w.ro for putting on tho free li-t all ian ma?
terial until tba immense resource* of the
South, in tho way al raw BB-TIIbI. beCBBB*
known. Baetag that tho South BBBfiaal
-tlTIBfagtB on tills uccount. and that .she
wa- -non to hoe.iiiie a vast li. hi for manu
faaturt-g (ad-striae, tbay now Imaad
that all raw material -hull he put on the
free lit**, und nome of our friends in the
South seem to be Inclined te help thom
whip us out.? Nashville American.
A -iH-eial to thi- BeBtoa Transcript from
New York rivas what |)ur|H>rts to he an
interview with Mr. Vanderbilt bwgardtag
the Now York ead New England railr..ad
matter-. He tx report oil as savin..: ?? lt ls
true tliut I was asked t,, help ti,,. r?;ui ?v,.r
this trouble, and I refused, beean-? I am
not putting money where I get no i et urn
for it." _
Tiik HoRsKoitn Almanac and Cook Book
malled free on application to the Rumford
Cbemlcul Work-, Providence, B. I. j
"?"Otu; or rifF. ai?poim i rs coif,
i umin. ot ii?: its ki:ji:< ii:n.
DISCUSSION ON DISSECTION.
ntEvcrfTiosi ot citii:i.iv to \m
VlAla** Ullala gftl-'-Ifc,
"Many ll, ll* riis-.e I by tbe lloimc.
TmntsaiT, J*muai"t :,, 1884.
Tbe Senate was called to order st IS M.
bf Mr. Hurl, thc President jim hm.
Prayer hy Bet. Dr. C. II. Bead.
INTKOmCKI) AM) IlKKKItil:-,:..
Bi Mr. Trout: Hill to Incorporate tbe
Norfolk and Western K\fen*ion Coinpanv.
By Mr. Newberry: Hill to incorporate
tbe \\'\tip- County Iron Company,
Bj -ailie: I'.ili to incorporate tb! Crip
: jil. -i r, ? k Iron ami Manufacturing Com
Bj -nue. I'.ili to Incorporate tbe Pnjaskl
lion < "ninny.
r.i - t.ie; Hil! to ln**oi*porate Ibe Hew
j Hiv. r /itu- and Iron (o;i,|iai y.
Hy Mr, "Thurman: .M. m rid fr.i.i tbe
jeitia.ii- .ii Norfolk, city rdal've to the
'elie!: of isenator,[askingpostponement
] o', same.]
I'.-. Mr. Lovenstein: To incorporate the
Bleli ;i ul l'nlon Depot !'"np.mv.
, '.: Bill to abolish tbe
i Eight . iii indi. Lil circuit and to ri Kr
J nu. .- Hu Twelfth ami TbUteentfa indicia]
. fir- u
i By -..lin-: Hill to amend tbe Ci ' in rela?
tion t.. f. rrj. -.
Bi Hr. i: - er i Sill lo allow 'lie p. t.-r*
burg (? amii i" change tl?lr uniform.
By Ut. i.ov.;.-t. in: Hill to provide for
tin appointment ol < '?? itol police, | Uegis
1.1 ol the Land Offic* i* to be tbe appoint
j lng powi r.
By Mr. Berri : Blllto compensate Messra.
IB. !?'. Uland ami T.-I. Christian for legal
services rendered tin Commonwealth.
By Mr. McD maid: Bill to provide for
keepine In repair partition fences in the
counties m' "ftartbumt-erland, King ('cor e,
and I', f.
By Mr. Cfarhtlan: Bill declaring that
certain persons shall ie deemed attorneys
r.t 1 -vv.
Bt Mr. Wa rv. i. K : Bill to amend act to
cs! Iilish Corporation Courts for tbe cities
of Manchester and Wnchester,
a number of privab hill* were reported
on motion ol' Mr. Dggs, thc Committee
on Court* of .Ill-tin- vere Instructed to
inquire Into Ihe expelleiicy of increasing
li.i- pty of j un r* to f*2perday.
TBXiS! BBB'f Om! E.
Mr. I."v. n*t. in offend the following:
Resolved (tbe IIousi of Delegates con?
curring), Thal tin- Trenmrei beaut'iorlzed
to employ two ol Ihe ftrmer clerk of the
Treasurer"* office f ir a peri.ni nol exceed?
ing thirty day- |q oribr to write up thi
I.ks to date, "..ntl th'- shall he allowed
the pay now allowed hy taw to -aid cl< rk-.
Mr. Loven?tein lid ti il Hie 1 r usurer's
office wa- all right, bul bal ll was Iii msrhl
desirable to have I ? lani month's work?
I that which could no! le done until ofter
j the l-' of Janu irj -wntb n up bv the old
Mr, Koiner oj,po . d Hi- r, ?oIut1 in as
-? Ding a had preet lent.
Tin- vote re-ttili d :
Av ts, -M. i . *.-.: (Inistlin.
: . ? >i -i.-i ' . ... ven-l vi,*.
i omi let, Melton ???'. .V ,l i. /???;.?,--?. I t- i.t.
v\ arwd ' -I".
N<>i.-. - Mi -r-. I ;.?!!?;. <'- ? r e ?. <*. Heaton, "int.
Koiner. Mi n illili. \. .Tu* nai ? '
V\ Ickhitn. mi] v\ . 1?11.
c.-iliti"iii-i- In ita ' .
The r wolntion v. - r j. ?? . tl -not liai lng
n ' Ived the vote ntjeessary i i make an a; -
proprbtion : il meran, r-.
nu: .nn:\ il.
Mr. Wickham, risiig : > a p rsonal cx
i Lination, said tba! ihe prinh tl Journal
before bim onlj came npto I * ?i:iii>. :? lOUi.
lt w.-is t,?i far t ehlndhitid tod i any good :
bc wished to si e I!;.- prill I Journal u hen
the matters contained lier In were frc**Ii
In his mind.
On iii* motion, til ? Penal adopt d a
resolution e liing upon bk buperintendenl
of Public Printing for Information and In
qniry If the Journal lannot li- placed
tn-.on merni cr*' desks tb -< ? md day after
on motion "f Mr. Krjiner. thc Sup rin
tendenl of Public Printing wa* rx qui -ted
to inform tbe Senate when the .-..inual ie
ports will lie printed tyr the use of ment?
is n, and whal ls l!:.' C :'l*e Of di !:>v.
.U'lKiK Or i'.'D I
on motion of Mr. Qlosgow, Tttesdaj
next was Axed upon bv the Senate a*= tbe date
lor electing s Judge of Hot et on rt in place
of Judire Mav-. roigntd. Mr. Glat
wa* ordi red i i inion.- Sic House and v- -
i-uest their concurrence.
i-i:mti:mia:v i> \ i:- rn: at ms.
House resolutioi enlarging the commit?
tee for tbe im'f-'i:."li-i-.: of the peniten?
tiary, and aiit':oii:in r tin tn to pursue thl ir
inquiries with rejnrd tu nillir- there was
a* n d to.
KEW ( BARTH I OE POIIT! HOI Til.
Mr. Berry, bom tbe Committee <<.i
Countv, oity, and Town Organization, re?
ported, with an amendment, Mr. Thur?
man's bill providing s new charter for
Goes on the calendar.
Senate hill to attend and rcGnact section
19, chapter 60 Code of 1873, in relation to
House bill to provide for tbe proti i Hon
ol deer In tbe county of Frederick.
Senate bill to inc irporate the Loudoun
ru.ittvi vim i icu. mi.i..
Renate hill to regulate tbe practice of
pharmacy in this Soste, heretofore report?
ed, was reached on the calendar and raul
through by the Clerk, and amended in
-c.i tut particular* and ordered to engros
I item TY TO ANIMALS.
si li-.ite tiiii io Incorporate the Vlrgtola
Society for tbe Prevention of cruelty to
Animal- next came np.
Mr. Heaton moved t<> indefinitely post?
pone the bill. He saw ii" necessity for
such a law: rertalnlv there wa* none in
the com try. ll<- would oppose ii* applica?
tion to tue e. tintrv -it anv rate.
A* to tbs cities, be thought tbey were
already et,ir iwered to make regulations on
Mr. Atkin-'ii spoke In expttnatiou of
tin-hill, ami In opposition to the motion,
iirgulugthal there is a necessity for this or
ganlzalton' thal it ts accessary to have
some agency to report offenders.
.Mr. ntasgot* "1 posed and Mr. Wickham
and Mr. Christian "avon tl the bill.
Tin- vote resulted :
v-. I*, vj, . univ, rottraae. I'.im un!-.
Gain**, Git ? Ht il. Ht hard. Hurt.
.M. ( ..rinli-!,. .1} n .will. /forton, Roger*, 'thir
iii iii. 'i ?\ men, iud tr-'e'.?io.
Nm* ..... A t Unaoti, Bl itt, ('britt lan.
Grumpier, Iii/'-. I-;. I..<?,-. i....!.-. re Meit-bb,
Nrwl-erry. Tr.ii'1. W,iv.Iel., aud *,, Lkli uii-i:*.
Coullll"i;U|s lu it
Soeads the bill.
Senate bili tn provide for furnishing un?
claimed hum-in hodie* ta medical ooueges
for dissection w.i* next rsoebed. and several
ameiKlments proposed by the etiiiiniitti ?
were agreed to.
Mr. Hurt (Mr. Diggs in the chair) offered
un amendment excluding Um county of
i'ittsylvanla and city of Danville from the '
o'lerationn of thi* bill. Agreed to.
Mr. Kd monds offered a like amendment, i
excluding Halifax. Agreed to.
Mr. Heaton and Mr. Berry spoke In fa?
vor of the bill- in the interest of science'
and hunmultv. The bil!, it scrim d. was a
eopy nf the Pennsylvania law, nud pro-,
posed only to take tho bodies of those juni?
per*) and convicts who have no fricnd-t to !
Yariou* senators asked tint Ih lr coun
tits bc* excluded. Rejected.
Ul. OlBBiBflT rTjfT*"'1 ll"' ,,l'!'
Mr. lliirtoppn-cd B.
s.il-aeq-ently ??'<? amendment of Mr.
Hurl wa* n-on-ddcrcd (nye* li), noes .).
;imI M,? ,(11| am passed by until Friday at
Tb** lenaM Irbr B/eui info easetrttre
rsRadoaon tba Gaynor's Bommatfjwol
conoty ssbool anperiBtendents ta BB esr
tain VBesndes, sad when the doors wafs
r. ripon'd lo the public they adjourned.
> om I hu (lon* ol lonni-, **n|icrtiileutl
* ul*. *'onlirmt.il.
Tho followim. superintendents, noinina
ted bv tbe Board ff Bdm aiiou, were ean
flrmed ve-terday and the day before :
nv. r. Jones. Brnnswick county.
T.W. Itaieiiil'.*. Buchanan.
I-iac I,. Jones. Ellaaheth eily.
p, C. Grlgsby, Lyncbb irg.
NViliiam Jackson WAtson, LoniABa
Jolm D. Tunier, Kew Iv .ni.
saiiiii. I Martyas, Prince William.
Marshall Frants, Boanoke.
NY. N. BlOW, Si-.-'*''.-.
c. E. Groome, Warwick.
B. T. I'.ruyle-, Of i'ii'-1 .
.1. C. Deane. Amii.!-).
E. I'. Cracker, Fairfax.
A. NI. Pierce, Frederick.
Sydney Ruckman. Highland.
i?.. p.. Jeffries, ll dlfax.
c.v. F. D. Surface, Montgomery.
1). H. Pannfll, Plttsylvanlb.
House- of Dolc-iilea.
The Uni*" came to order al 19 o'clock-*
Speaker Stuart in tbe chair. Ne prayer.
.ii DOB SATS.
Tho (TiMintitio for Courts Of .iii-tic
ashed to hi di chargi dfrom the considi r -
linn of thc charge* and specifications made
against tbe late Judge ol the County Courl
of Botetourt, thc committee having heard
'through fl communication from thc Gov?
ern ir tbal thc - dd .May- had resigned.
Mr. Barton said thal tbe committee al
onetime though! thal tbe charges should
have been Fully Investigated, but a- th.
gentleman had resigned, and a* nothing
could be done dow with Mays, they had
j L. be iii charged, and tbi- wai
granted by the House.
Dlr. Baker offered tho following:
Resolved (the Senate concurring), That
the committee appointed t>> investigate the
ail'., ir* of the penitentiary, appointed 'in?
lier p Joinl resolution which wai passed
Dei inlier II, 188,1, be enlarged no as tn
cons isl ni' live from the House aud three
from Ihe Senate, end that tiny have power
to -end for persons and papers, ami that
they be specially Instructed to Investigate
and report as to certain Irregularities al?
leged ti. have existed in tbe late manage?
ment ol ihe said institution on tbe part of
certain officers thereof.
Tho resolution was adopted, and Mr.
Baker was appointed to Inform the - nato
of the bet.
TUB DANVILLE 'iri.lT.iirv.
A resolution was introduced and refer?
red to tiif' 'ommittee on Militl i looking to
the payment ..f a detachment of the Bicb?
mond llowitz rs and the Rleumond Light
Infantry lib!.- for icrvii ? rendered as
milltar. sent to Dauvilie under orders
the Exi cutivc,
.ii DOE DANDBIDOR.
A bill, to pav Judge E. P. Dandi
? ? fi r i ** ti nen Ices In th - defi nee ol
certain county judges of the State of Vir
ginia before Judge Blves, of tho Cnited
Staten ? ir the Western district of
inia, iva* passed. Mr. Barton ex?
plained iii ? f. i 'ii ** hy the bill should I i
P i- "?!. All Hie e i!or< d memb. rs voted
? the bill.
-'' IBT "L i HE rn IX( ;:i:v coi RT.
When the bill to paj tbe Jiid-e
i li- ne. ry ( "'iii ' i the div ol I'icbi
*?_,*. io w a- l... ii. Mr. _ . ins, of ttieli
mond. warmly adi tx ated the ;
the i ?'?. Ile "- dd thal all '. Hoi i non
and Auditors up to 18*43 had no construed
tbe law ns to cause tho state Iq] v this
nt. He expl dn d thal all the work
ru,ie i'. tiie e iurt w i* State work. The iii!
i ?- !
JOINT :.!.-' 1.1 110> .
A joint resolution from thc Senate wa*
concurr d In -? Bing a; art rn xl Tuesday
a- the dav for th ol judge ol Bote?
tourt county, to uiccced Mays, resigned.
. oitons in coi'irr.
Mr. Stu tri (Mr. Graves In thc ch: lr
offered the i .11 .wing, which was referri d
tn the Finance < 'ommitt. e:
/;? it enacted hy tht General IssemblyoJ
Virginia, That no action or suit broti'.lil
to recover any sum of money, or anj
p..ii agreement or promts! in writing made
or Issued by thc Commonwealth Inpay?
ment of interest, shall ;..? maintained in
any court. Dor sh di y tender of
clip Ul* In |. \ T ai,j t:l\ .
d( hts. or demand*! <! ?? the < 'ommon
wealth ' ?? in nb ? nor the ? mic be r< -
?liv an) ttiiic r of the ?', min mw< altti,
unless such action or -a.,.- shall '
!.i in ed or nald coupon* I ? ten li r J in
lt*, or di in: ii !? du
i i immonweaitb, within on ?
the time wlien such coupon* or sum ol
money ha* or dial I become due, v. hen the
sifne has I. - -. ji or *h di be ni ide piyal
i : Provided that anv such action,
suit, or tender as i* non provided hy lau
mav bc brought er made within one rear
aft.r this act shall t ike effect : Provuh d,
further, that th'.- act shall In rm oise bc
construed to extend thc time within v. inch
an action or ault may be brought under
lau - in rt tofore i \i-iin?-.
COMBISSIOXEB OF -ALL. .
Mr. Bossli r asked tbal thi* bill lie rend.
Mr. Evana of Middlesex said the gen
tleman ought to be familiar yy.ih the pro?
vision- of the bill, a- ii was discussed fully
dui lng the campaign.
Mr. Roseler aaidbe was Dot, bul with?
drew in- request to read.
Mr. Green of Stafford asked for tbe
reading, and lubsequently withdrew tbe
Slr. Barton mored to dismiss tbe bill,
ami the motion prevailed by a party rote.
.Mr. .Mullet: was the univ Dun tend voting
IXTBODCC-D AND BBFEBBBB,
By Mr. L-ftsricb: Bill for the rettef ol
Da E. Has-, hite treasurer of Campbell
Itv Mr. Curtis: Bill to iucorporate tbe
Richmond Art At*sori:*tlon, the officers of
which nw Mis, ||a .i. Morris, president;
Min.* Agnes "L-Ird, vice-president; MIssC.
P, Price. IreaAurer, and Miss Mar*. <;.
I!y Mr. .lone- : Hill to provide for work?
ing and keeping in repair tbe public roods
in tbe countii s of Bath and Hlgbiand
The following linus.? bills were i asscd :
Bill to pruvide for Hi ? examination end
,'criflcatiod of iii. records of tbe courts of
the i 'ommonweaBb.
Bili tn modify tbe effect of answers as
ev (dence in chancer] sall -.
BU] to dispense wttb the proof of band
writing iu certain cases.
Bill Incorporating tbi Air-Line Turnpike
and Drawbridge Compaay,
Bill lo amend and r. onad sections ti aad
ii ol an act incorporating the Pauquler and
Bappabsnnock Bailroad Company, ap?
proved February U, iss_.
Bill to extend, renew, and amend tba
charter of tba City Gas-Light Companj ..f
Bill to aim ml and n enact Hie ld section
of an act to iaeorporate the Cbesapeake
Warehouse Cnnipanv. of Norfolk, Va., ap
proved March ti, Is7_'.
Hill to unbend and reenact an act entitled
an act to Incortiorato the Southwest Vir?
ginia Improvement Company.
Bill for tbe relief of John NV. Grubbs, of
< larks county.
Hill to Iaeorporate Supreme Fountain
(irand Cnited Order Bf True Hefonners.
Bill to annml section o' of au ad ap?
proved March '_S, IsTii, entitled an act io
incorporate the Buckingham Kailcoad
Bill for the relief of A. N. Kinki*, of
Bill to provide f..r the compensation of
th*'Judge of tho ( banoon Court-of Bicb?
mond and lor tbe expenses of said court.
Thc House alu in-ed Senate bill to
eompcnsate. E. P. tadrtdfffl for seirloes
'rendered the Stats of Virginia as counsel.
Th ? House agreed io Joint resolution
flxln " next Wednesday as the time for
electing the jiid-'c of Botetouri county.
At J:.'li) o'clock the House adjourned.
Overhanll-itc thc Oj?lor it* hoi iou.
tOUWtWroSa AHOITIIII-: SUC( t I.KNT HIVVI.VK ?
IIOW TllliY HKIIWaV at noni-:. ASH now
VISITOR*. TItKAT TltKM.
lt i>a well-known fact that tbe question
ot the ovster supply is one thal for BOOM
time has been iriving tho'" at nil familiar
with thc growth amt production of oyster**
a great deal of eoiiiern. Those wini -it
before a touch-counter ind dispose of then
(,n tin* half-shell mav perhaps ' lose
all idea of the trouble it takes to
secure an oyster in the delight it alfords
the palate: hut the dealers and tin- hard)
.men who Das the tongs and work HM
dredges could fell him if tbey ebooeed.
Then the owner* of the ovs!er-hed- ?State
and individual-know how hard a matter
lit is to protect their interests. Depreda
I lions dally occur, and Bl time-tin- pirates
' -row *o bold and *-> numerous thal
(tbe state has to be appealed to for
protection, lt was on such occasions
within the lt*t twi ive months thal Hove**
nor i lameroo wen! out with an arne d ll -1
for the purpose of i ringing to punishment
the offenders. The Govern ir's expedi?
tions, however, did nol break up th'- lan?
ie*, dredging, and *?> much i Ik was heard
ami io many complaints made that tbe
Committee on tbe Chesapeake and ItsTri
! hutarii > i... m at an early day to lo >k Into
! the matter for tbe purpose ol devising
mea*ure* of ri lit f. if |iosalbl( .
lu urder t" facilitate affabra, a sub-com?
mittee was appointed, with Mr. A. Hr..wu
Evans as chairman, and lasl ni bl al 6
1 o'clock the committee rael In the b :< ol
, th.- II'i;: e of Delegnh * for Hie purpose of
, conferring with all cttiz -;i- v ho mighl lie
disposed to be pn nen! and give their ?
upon tif important questl o of oyster in?
Judge Joseph Christian spoke at length,
showing the wealth of o' sb rs thu I iy liid
\ d m in the water "f \ irginia. t: d
theil value approximated that of the gold?
mines of California, and yet tbe State of
j Virginia allowed i Irate* to dally t.-.k. away
thousands ol dollars' worth of oysters
wit!;..:.- < ne cent >'? tax being paid.
Judge Thomas < 'hrlstlan ab ?
speech, In which be showed familiarity
with thc boundaries of tbe oyster-bed .
Mr. Orris A, Brown, ol Accomac, sn
ex-l mfederati naval officer, (having al ibe
close of the war s commission on tbe
Shenandoah.) was Invited to address the
i meeting. He * dd tbat under the ad of
1m;7 the Income from thc oyster tax
amounted t.. .-sui,uno: a few years later.
920.000, and then lower, until the present
amended law was one of the biggest
hatch' * of red tape and non*' ns. thal
was, and hardly raid expenses.
In referring t.< oyster-planting, bc said
that it was necessary to bave a shell lound i
timi for the oyster to catch hold "t. After
an oyster is propagated ii remains floating
in the water for three days; then ii must
have something to catch hold of. The
dredges lear up snd destro" these young
oysters, After awhile it i- necessary t-.
dredge the beds, in order to prevent the
oysters from growing one upon another;
ll thc dredging now 11 lng ti >ne
i* continued, Mr. Brown declared, it
would destroy thc oyster-beds on tin Vir
?Into cn i>t. il- thought the lu ?'. plan
it. procure a -? tmi r aud to
--?'-. nnd ht them pdr ?? t'.
i ;? -. H would '?? ' about .
thi - ? vessels I nilt. 11 -: er ought to
carry two n ms, and t!.tin r vessel
For thc steamer it would
sary to h - tain who s!iould t t -
ii: ? man, t k-li i tis. I! li
j nf tlic sail ii-,' crafts w< tdd bave a .-,. iv ?.'
I fi ur men.
Tin- commlttt te a length - -
I sion and b< ard a \ ? rj full di -'lissi..n of the
i merits of thi qui stion. Il w ii11
lull, ? nd thi i I ik Ibis to lb (Joi. i n ir and
jet his d opinion* ou it,
ri bill s.) prepared will come before Hie
Legislature v. Ith ll for ado] Hon. Kit
way ( hallinan Ev ins bas * I to woifc it
in > be safe t . inti r thal i hill iin?wi ring
all the i nd- ii tjuUil i\ ill be -. resent)
There will be a caucus of the Democrat lc
mem Ix-rs of the Oeneral .\- inbly I Knight
at 8 o'eloca to nominate judge ? I
count} and .' ir th r bu sines.
Brief Kern Itenaa.
hundred and twentv-tive thousand
Christinos-trecs were lued in New Vork
Sot :i nail ls used in Ihe construct!
houses In Japan. They ar
i> i method ol mortising.
Mr*. Maria Kenton, of Kentucky, who
db d rt conti) and lt fl ;*h> d
her relatives whin the will v-.a* opened
n li . a li ::i"> to Frank lame . the
of the Immigration of !*>?: fiermany
i ikes the credit for abo*. IS i.oou souls",
Rnirli nil ind \\ les for H i, ii -. Ireland for
? il.i" n. i -ia.I,: for ... ? ed n and
Italy i ach.
Sergeant Mai-on ts indiaman! Iiecause he
has been charged with exhibiting liimsell
In a Philadelphia mu- uni ni a salary of
s-juo a week. He writes a cid to say
thal his stipend i* $1,000 a wei k.
I., nlii:. m. ti cooks tn v w Vork rt it iv
very satisfactory poy. One large hotel
pays 98,000a year to the hoad n| tbe kitch?
en, and another leading liou e f.1,000, and
these sums ar In addition to board, k>dg
ina, and wine, whil om large hotel nol
only paysi$3,000yearly t-. thu "chef," but
also provides his clothe*', made by a first
rate tailor. Two thou*.md dollar* i* th,
least *iim ever accepted by a recognized
?'chef," and a*-ist;uit cooks, who. poor
i*ellow>. do tn.1st ol tin- work, ree, Ive from
??<;.. to #113 per month without board.
Tbe outlook In Pern continues gloomy,
owing to Cae-res continuing to play a
I double-banded and treacherous game.
I While pretending to wish tovt*:t kima, he
bas been inciting tbe indians to plunder
ami murder. Two scenes as barbarous as
those which occurred during tbe mutiny
in India have heen ena,-ted in tin* region
I wbicb be pretend* t.> govern. The Chi?
lians adhere to tbe terms ol peace and will
not inteefere, so thal unless tome ol lu*
own people snoot him, there is little pro?
bability ol the inti rim- departments *u'
milting to the Ingteaias Government.
Tbe new sewage system of Boston weni
Into operation Tuesday, according t.> sn
notinc?*m ut. The Mayor and councilmen
visited the pumping station on Call .' -
turo, when- thc iiitiiu-iis,. engines were
si irtt tl. sud then tools a tugboal for Moon
Uland, where tbey had an opportunity ol
seeing tbe sewerage ol Boston discharged
mt., d.-t-p w.ii.-r. The Intention 1* to
empty the-ewer.* l.y the IL pump al ebb
tide, which will require sboul sn I. mr.
The strength of tbe curreni at that point
direct te tae outer ba] w..s s.. rreattbal ii
would have been nearly Impossible to pro
I-1 .1 i.i.-.-itt.at across tbe path of tbe *.-w
Bge while it u:e in moll,m Irom t!u- reser?
t IISOLUTKLY PUKE.
RH I! ooo T Y A I,
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UUn. O o YY JULA L
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THE ANATOMIC tl, lin.'
lt Nt**.** thc itohiiin-r or Oewsss .mi
Ho tiffi th UnmanllT By Alii ng
TI* ?iri ul Selene*'.
Tlif followiut. cireul,:!' fa is h* n
OB member-' desks :
The bill i- reilly ons fur tbe pi
|of the robbing af grares ur lbs
dend human Lodi.-, and if il i ? ?
will be -ROT0 i 'bo'ii ti fb.-tii miv ol
\ tory set, baying lae iesi rest j
: taebed for Its rMatioB.
The fact is fully and f in '
that dead bnaRMi oodk - rnnsi
obtained In on** way or another fm ?
: purpose of dissection and stud) ?
I BiedUeal edin "di on ls tau .ht, for up
praetkal BcnaalBtaace with the <
part* of the human bode dcp
| ar! and sch ncc of medicine.
One ('f the ."ir!i il ititi. ? , ,.f ,?
ing elvilizafmn w ??- tbe ri iiioyal
ti nli.iinii against tbi dl*necl
human body, ouch bs Vim
i bas in bel i ode at the i tum
j sine- then every nation lu-i ?
; suppi:,.' Importance af I
, f.-tors it in ever. B
' eency and hum nlty.
I ne more stringent
estop thia crime (without tin
I and i* tm '-.? I in tilt* '
ii. re ' liliane d bec...:,. I]
1 ??subjet ts," -i" I thi* rise In tl
I ty of Hi
prof. ot ion, ii ?
liitiid- in Hi' tr
I. ge* th it pr " *
: >l,'i|| i ' i
I (t a felon*
! of -ueh i; . !i !!!
The | i
? once all temptations t
j by fm i
i . for
a-- will lc I-, qi I
the '/?"'' rimed d
irani] *, vagrants,
the alm-dioiises, j
tbe medii al colics' -. and "tl.
then in. for - lentlfic pm
proviso that afb -
subserved Un y -liall be *ep . ti
c< inly Interred. Tin n, ami i
protect tbe icrai .il impost -
bodies. . ither f .r
tl m !u c.i!> ft * in ol
Thi- dls|*osill m of ' e -
! ii.lil s will iib' ,! i ll i !'. i .
guinity or friend-hip. and
any memories of the livu ;. bul n
rest th' pul Ile mind n I
billi) of the deni.
The poor citizen*
specially inti rested in thi- mil.] ?
well-to-do and rich: foi ll
Inn. Iv and ling! Ulled '
an- obtiiim d li r ilisse*' lon. :>
danji cr al upon t!
li -* than those ol the ri(' .
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