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ty per cent. to cover deficiencies they would have added 1,800 per cent. The draft bringing only one conscript in nineteen into the army, the President, to get 300,000 conscripts ought to have ordered 5,700,000 men to be drawn." Funeral of Dr. Wright at Norfolk. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer gives an account of the funeral of Dr. D. M. Wright, who was legally murdered at Norfolk, Va. on the 24th. He says: The funeral took place from Christ Church, where the body haDr. D. M. Wright, who was legally murdered at Norfolk, Va. on the 24th. He says: The funeral took place from Christ Church, where the body had been deposited. At 4 o'clock the Church was opened for services. In a short time it was filled by the friends of the deceased, and many other who undoubtedly came merely out of the prompting of curiosity. The coffin, which was profusely decorated with white flowers and evergreens, was placed in the middle aisle immediately in front of the chancel. The upper part of the coffin lid was removed and the face of the deceased exposed to view. Hundreds of men and women viewed the inanimate