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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.
WHOLE NUMBER, 11,128.
RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 2, 1867*
THREE CENTS PER COPY.
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tatt I.* i" ??? I ? it. LEVI -v DAVIS,
1017 and lilli) Main
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odi atc fuiiv Bf i ? ii"- taaraak
ari tl'- lowest good* of flratrvluaa vail
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. glopOSOOt at He- ' '
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LEVI I DAVIS
(.1 IB A SS OK TM KS
i ? RBI i-i DOCTG aad kuhn
bOWB anywhere. .
i.su-1, Beojaoto lo*?*t price*.
LEVY A ') Wis.
BM | all attention to our own ImjMirt Un
nf IT LOM TRIMMINU.
the- flueat to la' had.
I I KTE1S KKolTslll.
MK El) SA1.MO-N (.a dotictous I-.
HIM, SALMON. SALT *ud SMOKED SA
ll.)s|| H'lisTKR, FRESH SHRIMP
I I vii UBI BAM, RUSSIAN CAVIEIf, WMl
ii'DI-l-H and SARDINE*, Ro-TT
? ? ? I SMOKED HERRINDH.
iv rou* other teottuitiee aud luxuries al
I. a TTE-CO.'S.
I>'M>K AM) JOH WORK MEATL
? PXM I TED AT THK DISPAK'H I
PUBLIC MEtTIBG OF THE MICHABICS
OF THB CITY
Held by the Carpenter*' and Joiners'
Ur.if ii- Rpotchoi by Meitn. Coane*,
Devise, Mallen, and Dr Ban.
Th? Our] Milters' and Joi nora' Basan
of lo, 1.numil ln!il a pulilic me, tine; at
intel Ball Inst nioht. All m.
"?iiiiPy invited to fitb'iid,
.ml tlii rc wire pr, BSCd iilmut |JQ po*,
si ns. i. prt Bl nti.'io; the vuriovts tr.ul.-a in
fy. tl,.- majority of them, of
, 1 lng i .rp ut- ra uni probably
! IBS llllion.
i.t irv J. II. ;.
called tin meeting toohkrsadnen I
ss proding ollie, r. Il, steted that th ?
object nt the Iti', till ' t the
lea togetbei sad intlure tbasn
hI! (earpenten and others) t > beeom ?
tinii II lin II. I'o iiernlilplish this olij'i't
tlelip || well posted i'll Kile'.
subject* ha,) he, n iuvit-.l to be pi
Mr. Hies h. iu (,rler that mutt i
" in- fa?ibta?T<t1 Billillie niiinfoi
1' -t. i1 di t.. ilu provisions ami l>
nf tin C,:r; i nt< ls' 1'ir ;?. ha | j-. a 1 u
circular which bad bean printed for tbii
I 'in I' se. '. ba cii*cnlar appeals in -truno
to nil carpi nt' is and joinen
tn j- .ii t!ie union. lt elniiiiH thal tba
!? ?? rn il iy cairs utera an- lower
" oise nf out! r lin cli'iliies who re
qnireno greater skill an I wbo Ix-fure
lu fin niuo; work b re toola
e fter holding ti]i the rendition of tbs
carpt ntirs and tin- man*/ di
.ind huiilsliips limier which they I,
lul'nr iiml showing the necessity fur tba
0 carpi nters nf this country who
? lin- mercy of a fewthonaana con
tracton mel boaabnika rv the ci
BM ate: $?V) deatti benefit,
at..lily benefit, and K" in earn of a
"stii, and thea* benefit* ara lecured
aid paid bye lyetera of mutual Insurance a.
While we do not believe In InrltinK strikes,
v. t. 'ii,,', tradedlffleulUeeare forced upon us,
. ?: om- memberi to in, bitter .-u l.
?'i tlie e., ,,i,e allon of all tlc
? ii t',e I.rollo rlini I that thea* -.
,.,;,?; noslble and utatatned. Our
li-ai null iis ate Incorporated under the laen
of each State, ao that every dollar of fun ls au 1
ben, tits are legally ??cured.
our ;? -.-t member* iu .i;-tn ??
abtain work, and pay bon.'Mts in rase, ol
? and other mishap*, i bey als-, au* f...
wagoe wherever any boa* i lefreun
a workman; and in traveUlng, a mem i i ot
mbl r o' ail utile:
ei h. ^.i without further Initiation fee.
Weare not a sacral organisation, only eo far
? may d< i'm i.eeaarj f... i
li mi ml . . Wo i oro no ?
. ilmpl* pledge of honor. Such la thi
? : ? .'hood. Hen -e w-' ann ??.!
. . ..I ny j dnlng tte-1 i
:- this city. U len youoonsl
and, more than ill
ii.- ..'i- I ra u? to organlz
then ii by you do n<
stow joiiipeir a man by being In union ivie:
ow-work mi n.
mr. luwri: sm *ks.
Mr. Bi< ?? ti mtrodneed aa the first
sta jil i r nf tlie i vening oneof the " 'itv
? -nml n true friend ol' labor,
\'.r. ('..in. r. xpn ssed hi: ia lt aa ii
favor ni' nil tradee uni,ms, an,I s ti,l thal
he Miis with their memtiera from
?? Alpha" tn "Omi ii.' I he object ol
ii el.. anions is the protectioD i
Brains! the combination of thc wealth
nt th, country. Ile claimei] tint ra
chniiics have not only the right to or
' | tlmt lt is til- ilntv
. verj m. cbanic, uot only u> him
-, If, Int tn his wife BJld f I
whom In- hus sworn tn support,
to organiEe for protection. He wa
a carpenter, but a mechanic?a tinner.
ii, wac imt n member of tin- Tinners'
I lunn. Imt of that great organizable, i
in which "nu injury tn one i-- the con?
cern ot nih" [Applause.] Thu oar
pt i.t; is bad notified tin ir employer!
?niii to-day (March lat) they
would expect tn wort under tlie nine
hour system. The tinners have d tel
il thnt. with them alter the lat ol
V ,\ mn,' hi tirs will In cniisti|, ie,I a
wnrk. nii.l their employers h ive
,i uifi niieil. I le spoke al
in favor ni' trades unions and
hours. l>y reducing a days work
? ? bears, he contended, more men
who are unemployed will he niven n nile
tn tin hy which they ctn rapport
those dependent anon them, ibcn
nie iii the employuM'Ut nf the city :,' IV
i Ullin lit. he said, lin D who Work twi Iv,
hours a day. What time have they foi
, ducating themselv! a either for this lif,
or the future, or to give to their farai
Ins the attention and care that is du<
tl.,1,i? Workingmen abonld 01
om! sup] rt sa Midi wrongs as theaa.
Ile was, i' ni nilly Bpi ftking, not ii'
favor of strikes, bat there are times a'
tin re should I"- strikes, ami
every true member nt' th.- occupation
affected should join iu them, i
are imt always a success, and this If
elli, liv . to tin tact that many will
in tie-. tnke break ranks an 1 rotun
to wort ea the it i; - m their em
piny I ls.
Another thing which cns
fail in accomplishing the good in!
is tm emigration, which, lc claim*, i
. ne of tin- wurst enemies free labor hm
in america. I Ipydause.] Totius, un.!
ni.'.y tins, was the failure "f th.
ni ute "mn shoremen (tue. Hail it n il
bi t n fur the frc, labor imported to Sea
and thc scahs in thia country tin
company would have lieu forced *<
tiiF. mth.!: (l.a i LAM.
I! a Sneaker/ referred to ii " litt! ? cir
euler" issued by un association in tnt
city calling upon the honest aad thi
true to do tins, that, aad th,- otbei
'iii . he declared, waa issued br ai
organization tin real object of whi h ii
to break di wn the onranisation "f bk
i,ve to labor ter a Using. I'm
workingmen, he kn- w, would gi
tu the polis and caa! their ballots foi
such men and meaauri s a- will redowi
tc till flOOd "f united lunn!'.
In reforring to thc conflict betweei
labor lind capital, Mr. Conner maia
that thc trouble, inateadofb i-c
,,\,r, ;, hist aaypfwimg ito most Sci'oil
Ht indirectly referr,-! to th
suit tl Beufduaan brothers >-.. Tb
rapbicaJ Inion for conapiracy
ml predicted that this will work rn
injury to thc union. ta
' |v, in favor of tra!
sations 1m nrged M non-iwion i
i: ?,, thc tinioiis. Unions in
, title, ;mt to aooomplii
v , and thia, Un
-p,ak ?"' found ii
thc Knights of Labor of t!., I nit -
; . n .; md i
nt'e ?nt.riuj.t.-: hy ap
Tlte soc '' 'd wa
v,ir , . i'.vine. Th
aaid t ,ns,'r' fr"!:i
tail and van reilly imt sufficient!
strong to speak. He oocaDtedtbe ut
tcntioii "f lho '"'deJu ' ?"it n f''\
,!(| -jftvc ?na ah,
i]i( (. .1 joiners, tia all othe
who have to labor for
,ul,l organize *or self-pro
,, Mc deplored Hu- fact tint tit
< ii uin.uk. rs' Union "f Richmond ha
( l n) mi mid declared tba
would tiny timi sn. .1 bi ?,1? a* in the
Kfifgr**- of Lahor.
Mr. Devine urged organization an-1
j!, nded uitli th. earpsntan BottBaav
ti rtain uiikiii*! or envious feelings
lOBBM-g ana other organization. IK'
luiirtily favored trude*, unions and
Boald advocate wc-kly meeting*, a* in
in. (-. lui.) is such tahtthla information
(.mimd ai In UM meetings and conf-r
iiicis of men cngagi d intliofwrnetradt',
who ore working for the common
?B. WnxiAB 11. MVUBB,
'Ihis gi ntletnsn Big ii<\\t im-. nt' 1
Ki, too, had just li ft bis BC- bed to
iireci.t the itivitnticii lo tx
le meeting. Ha had bean invite 1 t ?
orettpr Alta n minute*, mid did D ?"
I ki].. ' to -j'.il. longer. He rodi es
tracts 'ron Mcneil's work on the laban
I roblen "f thc pr. a nt dav. aad 1 ul
the ]>lfttf(i.T(t oi pritunpli ?
((I !v the CuriK liters' and .loner
'i wheo the organization was stnrt
( .I ii- I
Mr. Mullen declrir.il that tin i
no aiore Bbflrad Btaeiaaea thaa thut
cdiituiiiid in this platform, BtM
in the lille or nMsde from the pulpit
Mr. Mallan apoks for abotrl a
half hutir, nnd nude a vigorou
arajuinenl ia favor of
unions, nud the Knights of Kal ku.
aliieh he insisted is a grand
will tV'Titinilly encircle thiMiitir-e .tm
try. H.- urged the carpenten and
joincnto oiT'iini/.f. imf to ugh!
organizationa, butta form a link in thi?
eu ;.t chiiifi.
Much of Mr. Mullen's time a 1
vnti il ttl INXipentio-, l!< had git. n
tin1 : ui.jict much thought, be atid, and
aaa Kitti-t'ed that uotfiing eke can do
10 much for the laboring man. If tin
.;,ri eiit. rs nnd jinn, rs of Riehmond
bi md al the end of each wi eh appro
priate from their earnings ll each, ti?
le i pplied to a cooperative buildin
fund, hi b few weeks more houses
I le lftiil.iio'.', and more mi a pr< d
employn mt than hv ni! the capitalist
uikI contractonin thc city, lt would
tin ii ii.'t lu lung tx fore the unpin men
eoiilil each sad all sar th 1! they would
occupj no houae built by bobd work
Mr. Mull'-n cloaed by strongly ap
]>raliiig to his hearers to nely to the
support of th. unions and the B
df I ul < r and urging tin m, with co?
operation aad united efforts, tei pr ss
forward to victory snd success. He
pri dieted a bright, r daj and genera
lien fur the children mid grand
< bildn 11 of the laboring nun of th
jil ?> nt age who ig the great
warfan .ij-ioiiis-t oppression and 1
pli< .I capital.
Mr. Mullen waa appian, le lal! thi
il 1 di liri I,- ' peech, aud
be took hil chi n i
'I his gi nth mau was introd 11
? h. in .-it and lu < ? peaki r. < >??
nf the hour, and tho addi
. tm t that he hii.i ind corni
ile . .\|i.-. tatton ur ind ration of ad
11 (.' b public in- (ting, be ma le '
of 1 vj nei,'. d labor, and tool bis it
:-. P. M.
Ari.\\;i? coan* i.ivr..
t|)j ointment of Odin-rs ot
T bc following officen of I
zutiou has. recently been appointed :
in 'I. Walters,
.ii Eoltimore ; John B. Palmer,
Bnt vic 1 ri di it, ith cilice in Hie!,
mond : 11 un W alb ra, - eond vici
i iii . .!: vs ilniit lim. N. ('.
Kii.e! 1- : W. T. Wall
Ni wa n.ir, R, II. Britlgi ? . 1!
t. 1 . i". 1 . So tt, .1. li. tolmer, A. 1
': 11 Following, with the pn id< ul
. onstitute the i.x< cutivc I
' I '? ? . -nliK r, K. II. Bl i
! e 1. ' r.
I be above .V locution is made up 0
llowing railroadfi: Richmond an'
i'( h rebury ; Pet
and Weldon; Wilmington, C dui
Augusta : All 1 marie and Ral 'igh; Mid
land, ol North Carolina; Northeastern
ci South Carolina; Central, of Suit'
Caro tt and Darlington, an
the (In law an.l Saliabui y compani
Aiiiititl riei'liiia ol Hie t'aitiolii
tte nc tic la I Soclclv.
Lari evening at 7 30 o'clock I
D1 nth annual meeting of thi (Jatholj
la in lie-mi Socil ty aaa held al I
dial Hull. Thia is the oldest Catholii
society in this city. The object of il i
to alleviate Bufferings of memlx rs, an
of death to give th- m a prope
l uria! uikI to kick lifter the int 1
tl..' deprived <>f their support
During the ]>ust 31 . noun
paid for sick benefits waa8Ml.il, an
tlic death a n mm nt. wera fl 15.
The onie n elect .I for the ensuin
y< ar are 1 Pi ddent, Johi
Sf. Higgins; Vice-lTesitlcnt Wilban
, i cording ?- ' ,s i?
V.. [-tube; ; , Secretary
tarj, 1). J. Ci i ipi tin
\ .11 Rev. a. Van .;.
William Rankin, Patrick Feunesst
and James Golden. Sujh?] ?
mitti e : Miohai I ll. McCarthy, foch*.
Mr-twenty, and James Duffey. Ki
i.iir.c. Commit! e: Darius Columbus
V.illii'in Daffron, Tin iv. ir
Cummins, ami John MoCreary.
Merialitv 1 I the city for the
ending Saturday, February 26, 1
f uno (rfDeath, -asthenia, 1 ;burni
1; child-iiirth, 1; congestion ol
2; oonanmptioa, l; convulaioae, 1
croup, 2; debility, l ; dropsy of heir1
1 ; drowning--accidental, 1 ; fatty d
. aeration of heart, 1; fever- -malariaJ
l ; gastritis, 1 ; -eart-diseaa ralrulai
1; hemorrhage ?-la'.wels, 1; marat
. 'J; meningitis, 1 ; old ag.-, I
paralysis, 1 ; pneumonia.
br morphine accidental, 1 ; prteinii
1*; ria BIBati-mo] h.-art, 1 : B pu
1 ; unknown, 8 ; whooping-cough, 1.
Whole cumber ol d atna in tim.".ty
eiclu.-ivi-ol' .still-l.irth.., 38J still-birth".
Bate, -Bate of mortality of bud!
I-OJ'llilti.'II Bm lr. I'i \?T 1,000 JHT III
.tun ; rate ol mortality of white* popi
'ati( 1. 8,71 pei '' per annum
rate ol' mortality oi colored popu-tiio
tm IV.7^ }s-r IjKMi per annum.
.I'AitlTIVK WKXKi v BOST-UTT.
; . n. lt, 1887. Pel
loo-ko.15 i? 's t*
1 j 1
T. E. SruAru.v. M. I).,
lent Board of Htalth.
A Siew t'einelrry.
The ? on Omct.
v stenlHT moraina and intsed on aei
t :> o'cbook lo visit tl ?
: for the estttliiislinient <
.1 public et iii'-ti ty': BBtong OehtSI l'1
of land ueljoiiiiii^ thc Clarke'
Bpfrii b property, knows as " '
1 be looked ut. Th
. by t'
? t owners al |0OOaaacr4\atwT-ic
.a ottered I" t1
Tiiittet. The object of the latter ll I
ie Idirial-o-rouiid* for people in ti
\V(.t find '' pries, so thal
will in,t bl fWOBBB-TT lo '" lo O-karx
'llie conuuitUt- will meet at M
Didwt-BBB store, on Fraukliu .-1
imuiiln ta be I ri i il.
mia 1 of jK-int. uti.try convic
OOghi lu for-the Circuit I lon
. humid to-day, to be tried f.
I , ataempted e?caiH'?, soco;.
FOR THE OHPHAM
A MEETIsO OF I8R&ILITI8 IH THE ia
TlReST OF Ag ABYLUa.
The toestioB to be Atlanta- A Good tub
?eription Started Lait Hight
1 itst night a meeting waa held iu
Beth /Mmia Pynaajigrts, thc unjaal ot
which was tba colhatiou of funds to
? a Qm - ndowment of an asylum
fog the aaa of faraeUtiafa orphan sail
tie s. uti.'rn ?.thntic States or
the Slides cnnipri.-i'd ill DtsWet No
I'liii J?" r. 11 . under whose aSASMBBlluri
'ahlishmcnt of tbaaaybaa willi,
Tba av bag asa wall attended, al
n ' st entirely by Israelites. '! h lain
win- lfoc ly n pn sinted and lent a
charm to the meeting, to which i'ro
. 1'ieiiihardt added no little by Iii-*
iieantiful playing on tba o*vaa besots
i mi.': u,i- railed to order.
HON. WILLIAM LOVirNflTElW,
About B*80 o'clock Hon. William
I n\i n-t, in earns apon tba plater.
and mid he n/ntti d that the cntir.
Israclatuih population had not felt -aili
'?ii nt inti ii st in the obji ct ol the mcet
ing tn ntt, lui it. 'Iii" Commit!
Arrangements badaeleeted Mr. IV !
H. Myers as chairman, and he wa
plesaec t" orin) I itietnaa for
Bra. rasa, a vvr-iw.
Mr. Myers enmc betore the andienoi
rind thank'd the committee fur the
honor confened, nml said bs woald
lend bia best eadaaaroti in forwarding
tba object aimed at He took pleasure
ii. intn during !b,n. Simon Wolf, of
Waahinj ton, ns tin tir.-t ipeakeT.
HON. SIMON WOLF.
Mr. Wolf said hs was one of those
who did not Ceri rineneouraged by the
ranall attendance, for all Ulinga have
small beginnings, and he hoped the
? ?.lld lie productive "t
. iou* trait
Thc idi u was conceived eleven years
Bgo foi the estabbabment of this Bay
him-mt only fer Hebrew children,
hut tor others which was to take
iii orpham in the Stat's of the dil
trict ? Virginia, North Carolina,
Smith Carolina, and Georgia, and
the I 'i-tiiet nf Ciiluiiilia. A fund ba i
lu .ii started; bells, parties, sad pic
nita had been given, and coUection
had been made from time to time,
until now the fund n BChi i m arl
OOO, the interest on which baa done
considi ruble (. ood in rnaintaining sigh
cl Idi-. ii in the asylum in
I altin or ?. Rea i.tly, at a mi
nf th< Grand Lo'. .>? it had
bci ti di. ided tba! the time ha
ai rived lo establish an asylum in th
it Lad fnrthi ;??'. n decid d
that in the city whicl i t th
50,000 Wi lilli ll
? ndi d the building. At! ml i I
."int. and it a ut hop il
that in two Hcien!
linn .ii nt would be coll< ctcd to in-ure th
i ndowmi nt of the noble charity.
'1 be speaker said the tl .-, e ea
points nt charity should I ? ? remem?
bered: Finrt, everybody should give;
i verybody sboul I rding to hi
nu ana ; and < v rybody should
I*. All, lu
. i i.ll id lint I ' 81,000 I
mtti I 'lee'.inell'.t.
i,iii Like the gentle dew- of
hi av< ? ? nf ni
ly be in tin way ol
nanum tun ot the plan. "
* do your dnty in this
lion, mid th' n ute wi ru ari
forth thal Ri< hroond still has a right to
the name which she baa caned for
rn i ii-et -I .ir't.v -. and then, if yon ban
iTnin yoi,ninty, will your nilkra at nighl
be mit. your Sri una will be pleasant.
. urf. elinga aili beoomfortin
the cona i th it; i a have help tl
to raise and nourish Int afflicted your
heart will be light. We don't want any?
body I re than he can afford
but it is ymir duty not only SB I
it, s 1 ut as citizens of a common conn
tr\ to cnhi ii hut i us much IIS Mai .m.
The next speaker Introduced wai
Mr. Adolph Ijainit, of Georgia, for
merly rt member ol the Legislature ol
tl,,.t Mate, lie wi bed, he said, in tin
ls ginning, to corn, t an i rroneona im
.t waa that the apeaki r
before thc i rnmit
t>, ; this, waa u mistake. They came bi
individuals, but ns members of an ?
ization whose care was the orphan. Hi
ii fi ned to Atlanta, a cit* which, bot]
numerically and financially, i, lowdown
in thc list nf cities of tue Bouth, in
which had been raised abou! |J6,000.
.', ml th.re was no reason that fatlant
should do more Than any other city,
fur thc limuey waa raia d t'nr the bomi
tobe erected tither in Washington
biehii ? ttlanta. fean
j,reject Iud beenmentioni 1. and
i iu. Grand Loo1
and it wo decided that on thi
lat of January, 1887, they woald a
M li I'll' Ul ?'
coutrai t to the city a bicfa raia d I
hugest cn '"mt ol money. At iii i
rep,. -? k ve in the orpham
tia irthqnake contributed. Atlanta
-t' od alone, ai ?! so the palm ama i ??
ed ber for the site of tba asylum.
'? We v-ant to build, and we Hunt yoi
to aid ns. V i app d t.. yon in t'.i
mimi charity which ba
cbaracb rized yon from time bamemo
rial; to yon we appeal to subscribe I
Bupport ymir people and ray peopl'
alni 1 lu lo ve that we will nat ap
nea] in vaia. You have
-'?I ping, sad yoa will no
new provi recr* ant to tba ameal wine
1 make. Yoa arc .bus, and if there i
one thing fog which yoa are da
bngniaheu it is for charity. No peopl
taki ( ne of their poor as do the Jean
VY, .ire DOW pri pared to place yon
nan e OH thc list fur buOdblg that BBS
lina, sad l will bbt, farther, you arti
not be call, d on ota ner than oat I
, von titii
yon pat your name down fur $100 yo
w.ll Em aaked tor >"r> aSow and
thc i rm ntl.-, ind bo u till tin
Mit. j. i. a i
peaker of t
Mr. -i. i. Mm i a, a hrwyei of Wilna***
toa. N. Cy aad s rneaatberoj th
which will bara c!
lt was a srtth d fact, he .said, that t::
btaaaaaa to bc r**seted, aad then tb
eighteen children \?'m
ported in Baltimoi te of Sin
? aab p<r annum cnn i*- n*ro*aided !<
aitbia cur own district Mr. Hack
remarks i alto attentively.
Vr. i ruanl ss Ml
Mack* retired and made a few remark
He said the ciui-e bad liec-n earliest!
pl. tided, alni he DOpad it had UOt bee
in vain. Of abe necessity of tic BV
lum it was mt iiis'csairy to apeak. Tl
.it ariah pt "[.le had baan cai:
r'lrftiitoiiiin- children of thc merciful
aid to the orphan we should 1k> fat ii ??'
ors, to provide phys
cully, morally, and intellectual!
to bring tlc ni up in a life of uvfiihi.
omi trtithfubiihs, in tba fear of ii<
*r..l love of men. The IWor sp ?i
<f the danell ter of Pharaoh who san
t!? ? rphan Moses. "Could sba I SJi I
what she was doing??that abe w
eavifg ope whose words have gone
down for thousands of years; who wi.
one of th** greatest leginlaton who ever
livid, al.o formulate 1 the doctrines of
cn iii,-rd life?"
I r. Harris made a short but good
liVlim, after which the snbseription
lista were opened and the following
sums niaad .
The Ladies'Hebrew Bi nevi dent As?
sociation, ?_0O, and that amount an
tinnily; Sol. Hana, $_50j Kr. d. 8.
Mvets, ajTJO; K. Boab. 810); Tb d
himer Kn.th. rs and fatnilv, $|iV);
L. Nachman, $30; Dr. " H. II.
Imv, |80; Phillip Whitfoeh,
H. V hillock. $o0; Istac Kaufman, $V);
^'ver Heller, KM); Isaac EM, |25;
Char'' BO; A. K. Straus, $10,
Wliitlcck, $."0; s. Maawaajwr.
HO; K. /. Merris. |S0; .1. a ph Willer
shin, $20; Charles Millhis.r. $50; Ju
lins Straus, |fj0; William T.ovcn-t.in.
a|60; K. Kottigheimer, $2">; Julina
Bear. MO; Charles K. Straus, $10;
lr. \. Harris, ?M ; K. Levy. .-Co .
R, M' ii.M'ph L Levy, $10 ;
limn- S. Hnt/.l-r, |25; Mm Fanny
llut/j.-r. $_.") ; nontice and Kdwiti K.
Levy, |S; H. Heller, $lo; A. Collen.
HO; ll. Brunhild, |G0.
IMPEACH foi KT l.tNCt.
The lurili. Who Wier* Before This
Ttie c.iiitintii d case of J. p. Malone,
charged with assaulting uni 1>-? itm .
Wult.-r Carr, the child of J. W. Carr
with a 1 -ase-lnil hat. was called in th
Police Court yesterday morning. Tin
trotilile occurred last Friday, and wheii
the case was called next BksrniugDr
Robb, who attended the child, it it ?
tl at Owing to his condition it would ls
inipnnh nt for him to appear in court
laen, BO thi case was continued until
y, f-t. rday.
Mr. \V. K. O. Garnett apparel ai
counsel for the accused, ano Majirli.
0.1't gram repres ntel the complain
'ihe little boy testified that he in I i
number of boys were playing in the
vacant lot on Main tiree! I. ?
Pine and Laurel atreeta He with im
ctliir boy waa placing baae-ball ban
in position, when Mr. Malone came up
andi ordered them ont of the lot. Th y
refused togo. Malene attempted tn.
prise up the bases with a piece Of plunk,
lie iwitin ss) and Wilbur Thoaisseon
tinned to drive the base into the ground
Mr. Mnloiie slapped him, kaockin chim
to bis knees, and as he attempted to gel
upon his feet Mr. Malone -truck him
on the head with I Kat, knocking him
Several other witnesses wire ex?
amined. The accusaed was sent on to
the grand jury nnd allowed bail in Ibe
itoniNSON -EMT OM.
I - n Ri bil ob was charged with
i.t-> the hons.- of Kli/.ab th
Taylor and st al
? ixjcketl ool . rhia ott' no. a i
? about three wicks ago
'. ul to Alexandria, bul wat
Ck tO tia City last Week by
ul Tomlinson, The accuaedwaf
i. to the grand jury.
OH-BOB NOT St'ST.VINEI).
Auguat Bear, keeper of a nocery
and bar-room at thi corner of Duval
? and Shooks'*" alley, was ch
with keeping his bar-room open on
Sunday. The only witness for the
onw< i th waa a man named Wil
??rsi i.t, who was arrested "sunday
? - ing diuiik. (Irani Mud thal h
ci ? lil not Bwear positively whether li
got any liquor from Baar on Sunday oi
not, but thought he dil.
lict Richardson said ti tl he could
ii"' find th. i lensed guilty ? n ruchtes?
timony, and accordingly -bunin d thi
otbbb ca I -.
John McK< onn, ? tramp. Dil n
iron Kinney (colored), di. orderly
on the itn et Diamiaaed.
.'.?hu Johnson, n vagrant. Orderer
to I. ave tev p. ;n twenty-four b
James Hill (colored i, atte opting t.
: i. ik into tl..- tl! ol George W".
Saunders, in th.- Second market, a tl
ii.ti nt to st. al. Di mian d.
in Scott (coh red), assaulting anc
beating Amanda Byrd. Paid-xjgta.
?; I, ('. Bui inlt-Qg and
v iron Bonni j on the atreel
lalee 'I; orpe ic, lore I), aaaaultini
a John Mien with it rock ot
tl e stn i t. * lilt ii $.1 .
John lb i ke, drunk. Kin d ?
t IBCt n 4 ot ut n v. rn:us.
Ne e. 'trial lu Ihe T'n?iis|)nr?-iit-I("
(iiiiipuu.i"s 4T.sc-otiier raeeo
Judi '? Wellford, of the City Ciro ii
Couit. ye ate rda j i I aaide the ferdie
; nd 'I- ted ? nt ? trial in the i
James il. Fi rguson as. The Richmom
11 ,i ' Company. Conns ?
for the plaintiff e_o pt -h an I
grsnti d leave to Ole bills ol excepti m
In May last Ferguson while runninj
Dgin at this company - ice-fa
td' ht, ia th
? ry and ao badly hurt thal he h i
to haw- it am] ntab d. Foi
??',',.'i.ni damages. Ki
I aae was tried hist week, and a verdi
rendered foe $1,000. A motton for
the Court took time I
idi r, uiul j
? ? 1 above.
In the case if B tch iel McDon dd
. W, W. Parker a jury wi
aaivedand judgment awarded by th
coori ,40, with int- rr at fro,
the Kt oi January, 1879.
Judgment was confeaaed by the <1
t'.n.iii'it i colins, i for ?'? ?', tito am j u
claim' ?! ii. ? of Salomaa k C<
B ? H. Pet-?na .v Co.
'1 he following suits men iu-titnt.-'
Blackmnr A Co. f.-r $1-2.30; Baldwi
Biothen ve. snr.,' for H28; Hour
l'issl.r i.. atme for$168. 10.
Thomas A. Mixon i -?. Wheeler
Wilaoa ' .'hine Company fi
USO. The plamtri lonni 1 defendu
i hors.- on th ? l3thof D*x ? mln-r, 188
with the andentanding that it wast
be n turned upsn dt mand. Eta all ? '.?
that by inist- ? the bone db
I aceaaber 31st
SITT AOAXBBX THE <T TY.
Edgar Allan, Eat)., aa ce
Garland Carr, instituted suit again
the city for |S,000. I'he declarati
that nu th night ot' i
piaiiititt', while walkin
? ? str. et in :t locality wher t:
il pltlg ' -M-B-Bg
'? th. 1. ted in the pat
mint said for turning off I if ff) whi
projected tea inches abore the pas
ii int and d_rioeated hi., kn".-, was ri
d' n .1 utit'oii-cK'Us for MB time, ai
waa hurt, wounded, bru
' \ ahonl th. head, sill..
Mn on m. I ..url or Appeals.
? .. taking a brief v
' it will meet for t!
tenn cn Monday. Batatdai
ii ? l-i t day p| if,,. term, lint, it is ad
ol) which the court doM BO* sit.
?) luige Kew is, who is, Kow
.il jrobably lie well enough
' U. of th - to bc heard
thal of Holmes I'ury car. who is mid
scuti nee of death f"r the murder -.f I
*ppt?u> bom tie- judgment of the Ci
??mi Cotxr! of ? ? to whi
? ? d (rota W
aidtiif, ou im lion o' Puryctir.
IOHGBE88IOHAL APPBOrBIATlOg OF
$25,000 MADE ABB APPROVED
A Creditable Highway to Connect thia
City and the Rational
Ile I'nsidcnt yesterday signed the
bill appropriating fKmflQQ for the con?
firm tion of a road connecting tho Na?
tional cemetery below Richmond with
tlie eastern lim ita of thc city.
This cemetery ia locau-d in Henrico
county,' Boutin aaa of the city, stni
mated to be tlm-c miles from tin '(
til. lt is anbatantadly eaaloasd, hand
som, ly laid out, and provided with a
.- and keeper's houses, and great
rare hus baas* taken to make it attrac?
tive mid to evidence thc intercut taken
bl the nation m lbs graves of its sol?
di, rs. lt contains eight acres, ia near?
ly nn exact iKiuare, ami has entombed
in it 6,641 Italics.
A rcpn si ntativc of thc Di*pttk
Ik en shown a drawing from thc Wi,
l'(}mrtmcnt at Washington of tba pr>
posed bed of the road. This *wper i
in the pow*union of Mr. W. L. '
din, who wns largely instrnnieiital in
getting up memorials, with large niiui
01 signers to them, praying Con
to make the appropriation. I
I ni pi rs were prtsfiited in abs lower
branch of Conga ss by Hon. < leoi
Wise, the faithful repn sentativ
thia district, who is ever on thc lookout
and n adv to perform any duty that i
cnlculaii il lo r- stilt in the necomplis.li
n.i nt of good to his constituents.
notrra Of THC BOAB.
Thc road will nm nearly north ol
wrst, ami is designed to be fifty feel
wide in its bed, with fifty feat addi?
tional right of way for borders, Ira.,
and will, bi aides furnishing easy i
to the Cemetery for ninny citizens uni
north) rn visitors who sojourn h. ri I
the object of .seeing, aaaong othei
things, this cronin!, give to theertizenf
nf Henrico an eligible and central te
c, ss tn lin- city, and to mir citizens i
beautiful drive. The roadway is de
signi d to cross (Jillie's ca eb about lift*
varda above the two branches th.it in
[ersect thia stream on either ide, about
800 yards above where n straight lim
projected from J'road Bareet won!.
cross the creek, and after pas
abort distance across and over til) val
ley makes a curvo to the south, passel
along the margin of the valley and nj
the hill to the eastern terminus of Broat
street nt Cbunborsao Park, but !?e
ton tlie road makea this carve it is in
ti nih d to intersect a street pr ., wed '??
in constrncted from Bi
portion of Church Hill thal bas n
niit'i t toward tbecountry e i
the city, where Marsh
Mast I., <'t's, p< udletou, sn*l
streets terminate. Thus Wiic plan wi]
virtually conni ct thi I! ry ro n
with Mason or I i hrh st I tli.it wi!
continue it to "Chun b I ..\ nu ,
giving the ros i bj fal; li i-ier arades
as well as th" I ral io
This ii, u all el a locketts, bj
tl,.- rt nt referred to, has been sag
geated by Colonel Cutahaw, City Ku
iitahle to him ns ni
officer, tudyil | the interests aud cou
\uii nei ol t'ue inhabitants ol Uieh
mond al ail pointe. Such a street, o
ni ? rjmmunication with the oountr;
io m the eastern margin of ('lune'
UUL of easy grade nlld firmly bedded
has long l" t a M ' I' il, sad, in tbs op d
ton ol' som*, mort 11 than an* bighwa;
nf the city that bas been Cuti'triV-al ,.
for twi nty-flve y, ara
'I he original plan of the I'
road waa to run it aoaatoeonneet wit
aeson street aad Cbareb-Hill avenm
niid this route wis indi, at,,1 by a fi -
Intiou of thc City Council several j ar
ago : and this body will no dani I
ont it,- purpose of eventually consau
mating this work by the int laded rout
na promotive nf [he convenience i
. ral public as well Bl bimi-!
.ii" an important consideration t
them eaay grades and central poa
tam. it was easy to iee that a Unite
ngineer waa attracted hy th
. ff< ct of conn, ct lng the Cemeb ry ros
sith Chimborazo bark a park equi
in beaut) of deration and pertpectit
to niiy certainly in this part of tb
i ii nt ry. but this park arill, it i
thought by many, be exteaded
? \. to it greater compass aad Yarlot
a TUtitoKi/.iii Ho?v-*4*?vr('iii:t
Trlbwlalleaaa mt rasia. Baker, ? ajei
vuut ol the M, iln-ul Collara.
( bris. H.iki r, ai. employe' at th ? M -
ical ( ollege, who enjoys the mienviabl
ri nutation of k> ing a body-snatcher,
? I to l, ave the ooOege groundi
?nie of the colnred people ni
threatening bia life, being of tbeopii
on, ? s to thc contrary no
witbataading, that he is still purnim
the gravi robbing bm incas.
? I - tppearanoe fr,u
tlc eity i.!' Mrs. Walker and Rudolph
and V. rcnii fanni d into a Hame the en
bi rs of di trust whi b many of t*
colored folks have long entertained ti
warns Laker. Baker -tated yest r ht
that he had be ii informed that a nias
ing had bi i ii bi ld, lt which it was r
bolved that he should be killed if canal
nn thi strc ts. !t is more than prob
bli that ca ma] n ru uri - rnade again
iiim bara been reported to him in ?
? Uggi rated torin ; bal it is a fact tin
tin re is -niue feeling against hin
Anyhow, he leaves the coll ige neithi
ni^lit nor day; ha aleepa there ni
taki ? his meals there.
As bert totara stat, ,1, there is aa an
thing BS I .ody-snatching for Virgin
Ii.i dlCa] coll, gi s. All the subjects till
now il , d are gotten under n law of t!
State which pi ri:;its them to take pc
bi ssiou of iiml lins (I i.odies of paupe
alni e, j
i Wu nn and Bu lolpbe, tba Ic
un r i- no dniilit in Clii ago ami tl
latter in Miheaal i i poor Mi
r\ a !.. r either wand, d off into tl
country or into tba n
li inker coiitinui s in bis rjresa
ttate ol ii.iiul, it will become thc du
of .the police autboritiea to take In
. the po
nut., r their protection.
I xleuslou ol thc Malti-Mraet Ital
hu) Into tlie founty.
Mr. 1 'hil. Taliaf'-rro, with several t
ed Td st n lay in st
laying tba route for tlc astaasartn
tbs o'liin-stii ct line of railway to t
Niw reservoir. The linc, it is uni.
-tiaxl, willbc nm w-ewtwardly up Ma
-tn it io Mulla rry street, then Boat
wartlly tn tl" '? H rvnir Uk.-, i
? terminus, of the line ia at Iii1*
voir atreei Tba onaaaaes from tl
I, int tn the New reservoir, or r.u'i
the lake, is exactly one and ti half indi
It is propost d to nin a dummy cugi
fnin lli-si-rvi ir street to tin
c.inhr certain restrictions. Not li
tl un twelve trii>earc to be made a d
At thc lust meeting of thc Board
! n itnra of the Magdalen Aaaociati
tl., nsignatioH of Mr. Thomas Bran
as treasurer wus read, and Mr. Thoa
botts was chosen to till thi? place >
n.-h resigns on account of ill heal'
He bad been treasurer since tho org?
ization of the asylum, thirteen y
ago, aud the Board 'Hissed highly co
.tary resolutions in regard to
long sad faithful services.
i he death of the lamented Cohn
Ff J UMBU I A . luiiin-..., ?
' f ait hf ul oftlcer of this institution
for thirtt en y.nm, and which had been
aiinouured to" the Board at a called meet?
ing a fuw day* ago, made it necessary
to fill the office of necretary, and Dr. J.
Hall Moore wan chosen b>thatpo*;ition.
Judge Fitzhugh, vice-president of the
Association, announci'il to thc Hoard
that the legacy of $10,000 left by the
h.t. Dr. Origg to the Aneociation would
in aU prelmbility l>e paid over in aahort
time. There bax been nome litigation
in regsrxl to the construction o' the will
of Dr. <irigg, aud the Judge was em?
ployed lo represent the Association.
?aBSBlaB If f tty OMIrlale.
The Committee on Retrenchment
aud Ktform met in the Council cham?
ber y? sterility evening to consider a r
solution in n lation tv placing the sala?
ries of the city officials upon "sn
(.]nitnb]e basis." Aa the first step in
this threeth n the committee adopted
the following resolution, offered by Mr.
Spitzi r :
/.*?(/>*</, That the hoad of sech department
be requested to furnish thi* commute* th*
n*tne? and thc au ni ber of all employee* in the
various "lei-artmcnuxof th* --Itv ajoranaBBBl,
and th lrpay; and that the Auditor Ni elao rj
qui bb d ks fara bb th* mina of all other sala?
ried cm) li ree-and the amount paid them, thc
? 1 the coiumltteo ea soon a*
I I". _
t . l Con. .I.
Covernor Kee yesterday pardoned
Elias Sn eat 1 (colored), of Amherst, sent
to the penitentiary for housebreaking,
and J. C. Wight) ii. ol Madison county.
s.nt Nov. inlier, 1885, to serve ti Ree u
y? ars for murder in thc set'cnd degree
Bot. wire granttd up-di the rec cn
mnidatien ol the penitentiary BMIMOtt,
who certiiied that tiny are Imp tl
rILax as. tl.
Dr. W. W. I a nd ru ni sud Hie s.>-.nl
V. uiiisi < hu rr li.
Kev. W*. W. Laiiilnim, D. !>., Un?
popular pastor of the Second Psrrtirt
church, has declin. d a very urg"iit an.I
nattering call to a prominent church i:i
one of the largest cities of anothei
State, 'lins will be glad news to lu
own p.opie and tb his kostaof friendi
in this city and State
Thomas Jackson, dealer in china na
glassware at 808 east Broad street, J. -
I made it deed of assignment t.
W. <;. Hammaek, truatee. KiabilitK
about 13,100. The tirst class credit >r
an : N. W. Bowe, 075 j citizen
I; William K. Si/.r. |U
'1 he otlu r cn ditors share ;?/?"
arhai um theCaaaell abet
The Ext entire Bkkurdo! Um Kee Mon
utin nt Association held it meeting yu*
t< rday and dir. cted thc chairman, LtOT
? im.r 1 ic, io address a letter ko Um
( t> i vili.it action il pi '
,n r. | r. ace to thc U I
i 1...1.. nt
fl . LOCAE ON Ttl!Hi) V.VOE. |
1 i. itMoND, Va., F. binary 98, 1887.
Whereas we believe Um tn->v* mad.
u> increase the present poUee force ti
be l nt it move of the ctn mies of tin
people to increase the ranks ol' the SM
mies of the people :
Besotted aa Tammatijf Ctub, fi
r< gular ?? tikin ansi mbtt <t, 'I hat we d
hereby (titer our sol'inn mil san I
protest against the lime ?, and .l.-intui
of those- whom we ntrifrttru1 in el.vitin;
to positions of trail that tiny do ail fa
their pi wi r to defeat avery move fo
the laen as.- of ti: presenl police fore
mole r the pn si nt sy dem.
Atti st: Cm
Kt cording Bsotetary.
Mcrciiuuts' Beataauraal uni Batea*
No. 1116 '"St Maia -tn-, t, Best to Dil
patch otlii'e. liver..tl.inl tirst chis'
IK t Ten < mt Knneii daily from ll 1
M. tod K. V. Men's furniahed at i
hours. I have just recefrad fr un t'i
larg) importing house of Mis-r-. V. i
able A Hey man, of New York city, th
tin .-' brandi of K. Btw kr Wh
hil. Wlias the " \ in it rs. .Il," "N't Iso';,
inul '* l rivate Stock." Theaa whiskej
wt n- i sport d i nd import d tn ai
fn m Bremen, Germany j ti is M w.
yean old," aad pronounced by judgi
as a j ur. urti. le. The finest bran Lt
imported Brandy, Rum, Oin, Wino
ard al! other Kure LetntOfBOB haul
Imported and Domeatic Cigars sn
rx tl hnndi of Ch. iring- aa I
Tolaoeo. A call is bios! reapecttull
solicited. i . Bymbie*,
\i I...U 'lo*Murrow.
Rend W. D. Blair A 0o.'i adrerti*
m. ni of auction saleto-motrow (Thm
day) of their entire elegant stock. I
A.'M. 1109eaat Mum Breet
Vt here to Un tu *mvi- floney.
Ki rsoiis who have noticed mir adv
tisemi nts may rem. mber thal we h ri
ie vi r (plot, d prices, beiagarmly of tl
opinion that no correct iden can I
formed from reading a Iv. rtis d pric
l!. -ho. must bi s'-i i bi ordi r to a
((it n in a corn ct viii!" -if the atm -, an
Bl ur. wi!iing to risk our r.-put ifn.ri
shoe merchants of more than tw.'iil
years' experience that our prif's ai
trott) 15 to 80 pat rani tower 1
..th. r house in the city. Coate. BB I '
517 Broad street
Packagea for any part of the i ity ai
Manchee*, r will be deli ri red free.
We have just nc-tV: .1 iUlotll-r BO
ply of the celebrated Rawley Bora
Waler (carboaaatd). Chreaa I Min
A Slew i .11. ri.i ... .
The Westham Dairy Company ha
ip. In <l a I.r;.nell nt U$ (
-inii, wh. r- milk is s..|.l by the ghi
?is lid.i u I', i iii,- li
tnii! their main depot, 119 north S.
tiith bin et. 11 ey own th
i i n's of Holstein and Ji i ?? v eat!
which attract .1 ao much al
the lio.t s-ti'te K.or, bet-dca taking
lana majority of tke premiui
All who want Kure Milk should gi
them a cull.
Now is the time to sccire fine Wii"
Kiquois, Cn si ru-, ka., at and bel
e*m, at W. I). Mair .v('o. sHecrifi
Ball. Only cn- or two day.- I
Metter than tTjlllntile .
Cumin, ii not only iii.
mi uk in . it ia a i urtuiul one if tak
too fi' ely aadtoooftan. ? *. i
world insists on tal quanti!
of it for b vtran.:
tliiiik iiothi';. ri;.-.- fev.-r a
agBa. -.ti-1 ly, and t -btiu
Bk us up ?
have oftt n eui
ague alli n .ir.iii" | | 'i
tin th's 1 ills break up the worst atti
Mian Thaw'. |<. v I. rm tn.
Miss Mary Thav . wi <> . I
of s dancing school atti nded by ma
of tie beal young ladlee aad genthat
t.f this city, is aiM)ut lo reopen her I
e, and it will U he-Id at her n
iiiTici, oa Fourth a Thura
siedda. The Ivy was cue of Um i
igl'tr. of the last year, uu.l it pend
to liave a future in keeping with
. j - us peat
S-CBirir.- Salb of W. D. Kit
Co.'a entire elegant atock at aud bel
coat Only one or two days |
lt will be to the intercuts of c-i
tuliata and thone having money to
v< st to eommunicato with M. H. Ha
a a, Real Estate and Financial Age
l'ulutb, Minu. '
PBACTTCal, ILLCKTRATtOS OW TBIB nu-a
1 UUTV A>D UKO*.TH OF TH*! HBKAT
" mew sorra " -- E*craaraisa or
MM*-as. row KKK, TATtOH a CO.
This well-known and reliable firm, ap?
preciating the need*, and demands cf
the tin ts and ever ready locater to the
want* of ti.- tr tia. li. have just o|w> ned a
I Tiicpists'Ulindi i<a Dcpartmi nt, which,
in j nu,t nf assortment and ootnplete
i . - of *t"ck (aa welt aa rt>aaonabfen<*aa
of prices), ia s. t rd t., none in tho
United Htates, ta BSBS*affi rot thia nsw
ft attire to tlnir already buyr btiaiaesi
tiny have icenred the a?rvioes of 'dr.
fsaaarl Besaaftl >, favorably aud well
known tn the smith, ra-trade aa lately
ppnsmtitiK Mcsata I'trke, Davis i
CO., I ? llmt Blld New I- lk.
Mr. Taylor and Mr. Ib'irestor have
just ri turned from a tw.i-wiH-ka' sojourn
North, when they carefully Bal Bsd
tl.e pr, ? nt stock, buying in all cases
quantities at "nick bottom" BJ
m t gtinting t'n 'ii-.Ivi si ither in iissort
Wm nt. ityBB, Ot ipiantity.
It u- bj fnr the largest and most oom?
ph te line ev. r bri tight into the south
tm PtBoTS; ind. cl, wc feel safe in aa
* rting that then' are few sundry d?i
partim nts in the (Jutted States to coin
pi,n with this one and none to excel
it?certainly none, south of New York.
Cur cit;/, m. maj ail justly tai I pm!- m
this ie * sad SSbV rpriaing feature. Vs
mir rr.cn bants increase their facilities
tl,i v r in! r, ur , itv a more attractive
mut iar',r murki t an I druw customer*
In r, Eua tl.i ir w
'. Byh i .'? Co. have set Bl
worthy to ls* followed.
V , 'understand that thew gentlemen
?iib m! t" , r.litfge the BaOfS t>f BaVfaV
n,? i d-tn lb it, their line. Tin ir nerve
Bad illfilpri-c (its ive, alld wc doubt
i., I v il rt ?! iv , the In arty riioguitiou
mid support of tin- retail drug trade of
tlc entire rtotxtb. I li re is no reason
ubi Bifbrnnnd, with her *u|?riorgeo
gru| hii oi in I vim tagia, ber great railroad
anti water EaeiUUce, cheaper fretpkt*,
t. . ?! oilld let do the baae] of tlu
ii :' rn tradi ch ar to Florida, inst, adj
?nr; to baltimore, Philadelphia,
N \ i lk, and dedin..' with p BJ
? Litvi little or no inti p st or
vii | Q I,. I .inth'swelfim oil, .ide
ol dollars ; nd ci nt
rt ia true thal h r.ti fbf\ the drug
ii com] led to go Roath for a
ii- ' . i in ii ? i not k"pt in Meas
. ! owen, 1
ri purni to baraba* assy as***
? ti '? pix* ur- d from ni '/ city ; and,
i , . to, BAaataatse bo duplicnto
..' j Idli ,.r price BJ nh'
bj -? aaa York or alaa
winn J rom what wi have thia day
si? ; we arc cont'd'nt theresa* <1" ***>.
.'ut d think, n arly one hundred dif
ti l, i.t atyleaof hair braal* i Lotaa 11
I in t's snli I -backs and tither*. l'i)
wardfl of fifty atylea oi tooth-, n.ul ,
. and an or nmaboa; aa weil aa a
brgt a sf, rt rn, nt of i lotb . tlesh , hath-,
i ? ii o rs', and ahitt aaali haasbaa An
ii.tll'vs variety of Trench, ilfrmitii,
r'.i dish, and Aincrtcan ratasjasai and
II rf cn i i; Boapa imported sad aa*
; powder putt's and btMtaa ; BSaV
DI N t ts Bttd other w ire j eli'i
? | ail s. corni >. sm, kern' arS aaa
mid syringaa; 1 renell, rTitrlish, and
An'lunn pr. partitions for tin toilet,
let th, t'<< e, I,niids, and Oath. lu
fat ta , mph t. that Ul entl
saeb article w.iild almost BS*
i anrctal edition ot flus pipr.
- I, aouthern headquarters for Caa.
. nd li k .,, k. i's pn pur alum*.
'J I i ure nil /e M "' / *ff*'k
t- w< r'
Tbry aim to hr.,l' tba bi af sj id "f
.. .;s. i d nt , '., , /,/.?. and wi?rniiit
everything bb tana B*at< I |Taa**aaaaa>
i - t: .ta-torv.
The) make a * * rtetf point ot prompt
iMpwrni sad Jilling ocrfTS comptrtm
? mi i .'t., I-. ala ij randi t., allix praaa
t, ' **/ ii.ii,' li i, aud make a spinally
. . i Iflttil ' '" -. They ur I BS>
? iv w! n|, ,,!i V., ure si| -,? it
will j oy the trade to vis* thean sad sus
SS Ul' ll.. 'r stock, and ntir ntlt-oiTown
fm ! da tn i nd tinm itu ir oath r* \\.>
i. ? I eek forthi m u ? r> at suca a, i
. Wy un nt.
.'.,w forotbrr raraaebeaof Irar* to
il ? ir ? laraplc, and rtiehmoc*f|*S
' ? tl,,? si,nth ra metropolis wdi
No fal: Uv oagbt to be without that
old 'n hutu on re, dy, ."onip ,un l^yiiip
ai d !'i n ha ni I, I ors I i'" Tar, Bud
Wild < larry, It. Dat i da Cough Syntp,
cs it n ti i ??;. ' and '" -' ''o'i_h ?'uro
?, ami for children it baa no Breast,
Prior ".'? cents ii bnttle ; five buttled for
<1 1 ? , i v win re.
baal to the Diih-Sagi.
theta i li nu i i -I:, paaa
Phillip*'* in yat ti l,le Cocoa
ls a raltiatleoulasliate f.ir it-a ereeffsi lt
' h'.linulatr. A ?u
lenoi ^oiik n.i ital.;,. i aaa far bob** i
? ?? mae. li ?
? ah iii m^is'--uni ku ii keea ta,
ll'. , | ' ? '4t-? il
t nf ail BSf>
? 'lol, -, h|rf| f .-, I ,r.,-| B il
' ' ?
VM.ndeitJV BaU I 1 ml lru'SglaO".
rt al *BSI - duaet Iroia the
i i i ei.tity " of :?? i *vi milli.
I a. I int a.. ri.>.i)htj/tr,i, ii u-fur* it i* un i.e.I
An filiiiitry failurv* n.*.'.o ???>! lt prvnipuy
ihj . i ....
lt.'.. Ci*LiL,Jr., ApoUWK'ary,
11.lrd ana Matu ?tn?M.
W ni ?-'rH*r >V itv a, tor rtoina-h and kidney
tn.tn le,, A . again a. ll. OJ, Ku uar a i -
I ikii. "Manyiwaee
:.it a/ io, and wing epa ia
?lrsl and ?BOSltg
? l.iv*r ilaga
?ot /?> bat'.! ,-?-,l to
... aat^Maa ta oana*
' aaa*. I ?**" a *if
' <ll?a?aa, aiKlonly
vvni BS ..? Kana -oaiiiy.in.
faa sasaa wum-tba* for
?tty wa KoifBT riv Cutana** ir.
? m. h.- bail fur fuucho
Bsa Throat, thea
' TytxtKa," Price Si raw
a it ra. dnllv*r??l at ?>:.
li. 'i. yi>B4ta*aa.
'.li'iniia w ATaa-tHieti
. > .tr.
B, B**e*tf**eess4 tor >aaaa
Roesavu. CiiBtx, Jr.
i i \v ATsa-lievarewf *ut>.
is vi- WeVBB, KDitoreml l>y l^adu'i
?rn- av. a galina, it 0. rossTMAJu,
ajaju raes unca aa* etuoil me sm .a
tltcv. HuHiar t'-. Cassu, Jn
-i'k.vr LrtuiA Vt ena?eseelteat eas*)
aat.r -dr il venal fra* by
_T. Uusaara H**s?t,
i(< Mesa Miiniosir.
i aa Malu a*
tiAnd Haiuatanv^ut, ?twe trw-?,
j A. M, et (JOB ev*
Malu *?n.?t, *u?-a vt gruoarl^o, ?*oA-ax
ItKBMllMi B\XA\H, Hi A. H. fer** h l*
gjea, ?*sa, ead ai ll \. V. hey. ^^ V