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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 April 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH ET THE DISPATCH COMP ANT. The DAILY DlttTATi'H is eellv-sred to an fcat-ri hemal ri rm*** cbnvb pat weak, pay thia to lb* carrier weekly. Malle- at SS per tiumm : |8 tor six months; ll.BO for three Months: Boo. for one nienlh. ***nettKMi--*'KKKl.*i iiiHPATCHatasp-r anniini ot |1 for sis months. The "tVKKKl.Y DIHI'ATCH at ll per sn? ail nt. Huli-eiipiions in all obsm parable In ad vanee. anti no inpor oonilnued after th* ex p'nM'on of tho lime p*i,<l for. Mend post offloe money-order, oheok. or reelatere- let lee. Cui-renr)- sent l.y mall will bo at the r*attoflhe-on-er. Bulteoiibet-wlshl-a their post-nine* changed must give their old as Well aa their new post-omos. Ham pie copies trae._ ADVKltTIHINd lt V iK*l. NAI.r I SCH OR Licet. 1 liane.?I 80 Burne*.-.. l oo a times._. ? 80 Slimes.. B TO 18 times . 8 BO 1 motiiii. 8 88 S months.88 00 Reading noUoea In reading-matter type. 8 linea or lesa, ll; In nonpareil leaded, T8 eon ta. Card of rates for more apace fu...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 April 1885

RIKI MKAiNS FIGHT. TBE SITUATION ALARMING. SH. Mob Do* tare Thi-r HUI Wm er Itu - tlliMlriM.'. Blew M.rrk brfl.M lita* ralll lM?aB>(l*>*l. A Winnipeg xpecial gives the follow? ing particular*1 of the situation in tho "Northwest : There Deems little doubt of Ihe truth of the report which roached hore to-tlav that Fort Pitt has fallen into tho ham!* <>f the Indian*, and that the inhabitants have Loon slaughtered, although in.|>irr) at IIud-.on-l.a-r head tjiisrterit to-night failed to secure eon lirmstion. 'I he moHsengor who was ?ont from lialtloford a couple of day* apo to ascertain the fate of the in? habitant s of Kort Pitt, and who wah captured by Indians, is known to have ban killel. Colonel (liter has orders to make sll baste in roaohinp Wattle? ford, a.*. tho Indian* sn coiilcinplatinR a descent nj.on the Warrack*. Otter's column (rossel the Saskatchewan this morning and travelled fifteen miles through low. boggy land. Ile will reach hiph pfr.und to-morrow, ami ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 April 1885

THE STATE AT LARGE. PETERSBURG AND VICINITY. TSe Last ?r tan Mast*--, tat ?'t?*?i' ? ??uk rr*-ai_*i BveaaetHteaa Sive > ? ?raes UrnirnesH ta tb? tValfrailarr. (0-**r-*-wp<i-n-rnt** ol Ubi* Rich monti IHspaieh. | l'KTBHXBl'RO. April H., 1KH5. "When tho ea-* of VT. VT. Whyte, late assistant (oller of the Planters and Mechanics Bank, of Petersburg, charge.I erith making false entries in tho account of R. A. Yoong, a depositor of tho bank, was called in tbe Hustings Court to-day. Mr. (icorge S. Hernani, tho attorney for the Commonwealth, moved tbe Court for lesve to enter s nolle pr ot tiru i. In submitting the motion Mr. Her? nani slated that, as was known to the Court, there had been two trials of tho accused upon tho indictment now pond? ing against him. At each trial every effort was made to secure a conviction, but at each a majority of thc jurors fa ?eored acquittal. On the first trial only four jurors were for conviction, and at tbe second only throe. In those trials ell th...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 April 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.545. RICHMOND. VA.- SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 18. 1885. TUREE CENTS PEI. COPY. Il (MK, ITKMS AND TOPICS. "All your own Built If yon remain sick when yon can Ooihop bluers thal never?faiL" The wei keel -roman, tho imalhit child. aad sickes! invalid can ibm hop bitten with tafe.? and gre-ai a***!. OM men toiierlna around from rhou mattsin. kldaey Ironl.lo, or any vettttttttSB ? in l* made almost new by twlng hop 1.it ten. M.v v-Tfe and daughter wore mads healthy liv (li** uar of hop bitten. Bud I recommend them lo niy people. ? Methenlisl ll, e.inman. Ask any good dncl.tr If bop ninon sro not Hie heat family medicine (Ul earth I! j Malarial hover. Anno, and Biliousness" will leave every neigh'un- as soon ai hop hi I lera arrive. "My molbor drove ihe r-aratysti and noiiislgia all out of her lytton! with Imp billen."-?AW.' r OBS I /" Mis. K.cp ihe kidneys healthy with hopblt tersHiid you tM*od nol S-nr sickness. lee-waler ls rewdered harmless and mo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 April 1885

THK RICHMOND DISPATCH ST THE DISPA TCH COMPANY. Tho rtAU.T DfrVPATCll "** t*ell*"?'-*e?* to aois-t-ril-oiini ri rn ku rsKmaer week, par l***l*iloihefsfirr|or-*.(-t-aiy. Malh-tl si ts per annum? ga Sir aix immthi; 11.80 for Uiree months; ftOe, forinc inwnlh. ThrMK? l w KKK l.v HlHPATCHatf/l per annum, or ii kwala mouths Two B*KKKI.V ni-sPATOH at lt per an aum. Bu"-Br-rlp!)ons In all esses payahie tn ad? el?re, ami no raper cotitlnnt-tl after tho ex pe rat lon of tho Uara r**ltl for. Sentl pcmU office mmiev sr .1. r riiiftt. or io?isiort*il let tar. l*_Tt-ory soul hy msil will be St the l-tak nf Hu* ?*-!..*.?! Mulrarriberewtahlngtbeir |-nat-<?Slt-f- dinnie" must give their oM mt Well aa ibeir ir vt, j***,.-tinier, rta ni pU* cop, oe noe. ___ AD\ EKTIHIMI BATE li A i.r i nen os -.bbs. 1 ll-e^.v.-?? M a times_.-. * ?? 8 times.-. l '? glln.ee.. ? ? 18 times. 6 20 1 n-onth. .-?- ? M 8 months.? ?? 00 Hi-ertlne noilci-s in rt?aa-ltna-malter typo, 8 lines or lt? fl . In tionpsrell leavilt...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 April 1885

NORTHWEST TROUBLES. LATEST FROM THE FRONT. Fisbttne im-tiBf-M -m-WTf-teiri. ASvbbos ttssrS A?pr*?,Mas ttl?Tl lorre*. A Winnipeg special ?ayt: There ii little chango in the position of affairs to-day, aa indicated by dispatches, from all points in tho Northwest. The In? dians are gathering in hands about Bat? tleford and threatening an attack, which it is felt must Pa made before Colonel Otter with his Hying column arrires there. AU stock that could be found bj the redskin*, along either Bide of tke Saskatchewan north of Battleford has boon driven off and killed. The Indians appear to be laying up a store of provisions, as if for a long campaign. Many banda crossed Battle river to-day. and an at? tack on the barracks is expected to? morrow. The earth-works around tho barracka have boen completed. A number of scouts were Rent from Bat? tleford to m?ot ('eneral Middleton at Clark's Crossing, in order to acquaint him with thc true position of affairs. Great loss has been oc? casioned to...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 April 1885

4 tiikgh;,. the statk. THE CITY BY THE SEA. Th* Bash*i Basal Bs?w-as fir Hie Iraak Ita-I.iiilt BnOM in i ??ito. (OMTesist-idenee of the Rich mond l?isi?loh.| NoitKH.K, April 17, 1**-',. The coinmittce apmnnleil hy the de~ ftositor-i in tho Franklin Savings Hank to examine into the condition of the tank's affairs hsve prepared their re? port. lt will be tomi in beroi that Mr. John B. Whitrhesd pirferroti the de |-ositors in this bank in his deed of ** st|tnm*bt, anti it wss believed that bis property would bc absorbed hy? the Franklin Savings Hank snd leave nothing for the Ks change. Hut the report of the committee rt.-ikts a more favorable showing. "Hr. Whitehead owes thc Franklin, filler liv and indirectly, about tl35,000. ff ibis amount Mr. Whitehead owes per imnslly about ^O.CKX). but hsr.on deposit f-ollattral to the smoiint of 140,000. having: a balance of tlO.OOO due tho bsnfc on his iKrOtinal account, or $'.).>.Ooo all told. Of (his amount assurance has been piton tbat the...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 April 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10...4G. RICHMOND. VA., SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 19. 1885. THREE CENTS .'Kl. COPY. ?_?*? 2 WORTH OF GOODS ll PER n rr.tn rrhr No. 808 KAST RR RF. AUK DETERMINED TO BB THE II BBB v.rr. CHU A L IIB BK I tt AA I, il HHS KK ERR A A I. HR BB RB AAA I. i.u ii aaa bbb a Ea allix ?In order (hal those of our patron* and able lo furnish their houses at a small out liidoren nils for iblssprlng. Real Iring that large ainounta In these time*, we offer our buying after seeing them and getting the IN RFC. A RD _ we have a full IN CAR ne have one of all new goods, thnt we oiler at rid Icu lou* Wt earea mattin ?AH-and OIL-STOVKH We always earry a full line of STOVES house in As for HARY-CARRIATEH, we ran sell POW A Wi HID RRK RBIS KIT RRR ll DOO fKtt K h Kiln OK p?p rnl-L-fE R BIMI' R RH OOO KKB Wa elBlin. snd eau provo. I hat we has ?? Ott, H d In this niarkel. Tho laivi-stlind best KR fun.li lui!, we will sell loris. We will ii r with P0RC1 TAINE WAI KR CO 'I DOOR...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 April 1885

THE Rin.Y!?.\ ? DISPATCH ST TER DISPATCH COEPANY. Tka DAILY DD-rPATCH "s dellvared to ? 8a*s-cribeniatrii-?rtis ?r*)-i|n*rwi-ek pay BMitfiDiinmirri.'.'''. Mailed at te per aaitum; |8 for ?ii noi.'i.i' 11.80 for turee BBottthe; Soe. fnrone inawih. The rt KM I-W KKKI.Y Di-' vi eil at ga per annan*, or tl for six mooth* Tko WEEKLY DI**"'MVH a" tl per sa? an m. tt-vtrs-r-riratlO? in al! caai-B payal.'e In ad ?i*eo. end no paper eonU-raai after tho ?a pfratlon of tho Hire r*"d fur. Send |vost , office miwiey-torder. Bbee or resn"*tan-d let lee*. Currancy aen! hg i.sll will ba at tho nek of I hs sender. S.iW.rteri wishing their pggjt-offleo changed mus' give their c-M ao w-eIlS8tholrnewrs-.i-.tmt*e Sample copies ADVERTISING RATKS. BALPINCIt oai.aaS, 1 lime.-4 ?? 8 timisB.-....?? ? ***** a ttaiea. ? o0 Otlia*??. s 70 ll BBBBB.. .-. * 90 1 month. ? SB g -Months-..~.- ?? <*? Bead!na nollees in i?dlng-matter typo, t linos or loss, tl; lu nonpareil leaded. Tt seals. Card of rat? for mon* ap...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 April 1885

Ohliimri 1 br A**i ??nulli* of Rottl Eslslr H u Dil i nv. -1 eulin it inn lameao, [Ctn re*! "I''1' lu o' I! 11' RiTiluoiid Dls|*atcli.] April i;**, 1885. Mr. I.. Taaewell Hunt, a prominent citi/en il I'sswtll enanty, N. I'., and Ottraei .d' one td" the largest lainlo.l aa tates mi Pan river, '" that county, died ul his Minn, iltur Mitten, on tin- Mill ina tent. There la seaaa grumbling amangal the ritisena about ihe eaaeeeaaettta ot real aatsttt, aiul iona three or lour ol' tin in speak of an appeal to court. Thc Br-M-si-or says he i- sure tie ii right, an J t-liallciiges ini-111t-v. iio. real aatata ii 1880 via? valued al 13,718,690; in i *-:?I nt I3.187.0tf5; now it is valuetl. ns I have ssul. al 11,064,132. Capta)nW. I'. Robinetta, ttttttBOOtttor ol Ike late Willi un Ktiliiiison. is hiving n Inuit iiu* blot I ef ttorea hiu! tha botel io.h.,.I in tha lonni big blane. Mr. ?'olin ll. rate )* li.ii inz dei toil a large brick itlifne al tiie . ornor of Msin ?tint nini Bank altey. The ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 April 1885

MfSN LILLIAN S LAST LF.fTEilS. Ifcroalals Slit Wro'o lYom Rich monti io .Mrs lMckinson. ? im'UHlffOP THE StTCHBL IntBt Clbir TIlb-S Thal Mir lind in lt Wai I ail fH.lntlf. Fo fer aa disclosure* have yet been natl*, tko Commonwealth will be cotn ptlle-d largely to depend upon connect? ing the olil-fasliione.l BttM watch-key, found nrsr Lillian's veil, with tho pri t-otir ( luvi-riiis. Even Ihe unknown jouiig man vt ith thc m<"i*tachc cannot be proves! to have accompanied the nn iiVntifitsi young woman farther than thc corner of Cary and Reservoir streets j but prove that the key found belonged to Cluverius at a very recent date, and his presence at the scene of murder it tteasonttratr-d with some certainty. Truly estimating thc value of this link in the evidence. Captain Epps and Mr. lioluiis whtn they arrested Cluve? rius m. re specially particular to ob? serve lluverius"* walch-chsin. There as*1 no key attached. There waa a charm- or key-chain or link, but no key. Captain Epps c...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 April 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WIIOLF, NUMBER, 10.517. RICHMOND. VA." TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 21. 1885. THREE CENTS PEIl miT. Ia ss e**~?-P* ?g an a wot? ooo T ARK THIS BEEK INTW)Dl'-3fO AN ENTI?KLT NEB MAKKOP (**OBBrr**, HALF MADE AND ""-LP-WO-t-R!"". AND CALLED THE f| | OO V fg?B". TTTTT T yOVEL I v BB BBS -"l-TTrn OO "IB B BBS Sr M ? BBS Oo??_ a1 filaa* MM MM ff" M MM Mit P rjiQ OJIJ ?1 llUIU r?onnc-ITT ?i IKlSiE I - ano oo a a "sa-" bbb t . iBBOLIfi Va IIITK for fl: ta PINK. BLUE, and CARDIN Al SATK.KN HHADK.I) for l-rsMea many other rt-r?table rr?ku* fra? 88*-. to te.50. NEW BTV LE 8 a a ii aita tn u 111 K HM a A II BBB ! Sa-aila* S KM TMANN A CO.. W!i...?_Jf and Kalali. st .11' 418 es* Broad si rt-et. [AVID II LR LIFE. Binns. Mrl-fTts-B C"?TXTT. OA. Dr. J. RrwdArlH Dear sir?-I have taken ar*er?1 t-olt'ea of your Ermale Rf-s-u-a't* for dlseo?a of iHtrtn-ynt* stand nut. sod Inalla brlirtt Irna cvrrtf entirely. Ra* which pleas, atseet-i BB) l.tsrif. lt i'lank.-and most -miff-ui? rratiti'i...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 April 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH ET THR DISPATCH COEPANT. tR* l>All.*i DISPATCH tt delivered te an-*rr!*--*i*ai rirTxr.4* i w*<*** ant week pay - ahle to Uta can-tor weakly. Matted a tis par ?ni*, usn; Be tar ai* month*: 11.80 lor three asotitha; BDe. for on* month. -n*ftKM!-WKKKLTlMAPA*i*-CH*tieper Banora, or at for six montha TB* WKKK LY nitPATCII at tl par an Bafa-enptlona in all c-tea payable in ad vaae-s, and no paper continued aft*r the at pi nt Hon nf tbe time paid fur. Stand poet offlee mrsn*y-ard*r. flinch. or registered let Bar. Cumntey mihi hy mall will b* at tb* rtahnf (heseniler Hu t_*rl hers wishing their pnal-itfUr* changed must give their old BB wall a* their new tsml-ofllo*. Ham pl* oople* ADVERTISING RATKR HAt.r ises ob t-tna. tPMw.-._*l w tUmaa. 1 00 a Um**-. -1 ,0 et! me*-... * TO 18 tim**-.-.-.-. ? ?? 1 month... ? M 8 month*..-.?*? ****? Rending nolie** In i-eadlne-matter type. B lin** or lam. ll: in nonpareil leaded, TS eenta Card of mtat for mort ?pace furnished aa...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 April 1885

THE COUPON CASES. THEY 00 AGAINST THE STATE BTs-easIs Ut Itu Hst 'also Ol ""*? llvst*? *? los. ,|re Wailli'W. liar J Billies BBB? ?! i,ir*i _?alilatlsa B-H-ted L'S. (By teiefrspti to the Dtspe teS.l WaSHINoton. I>. C.. April 2"?? The United States Sopreroe Court rendered sn important decision to-dsy in the group Al" oases known ss the Vir? ginia coupon tax cases, involving tho validity of the recent legislation of that State with reference to the payment of Stste Uara in coupons of State bond*. The decision was sgainst tho State snd in fsror ot the bondholder* on all rnaterisl points. The Court holds that all legislation of the State which at? tempt* to evs'le the obligstiona under which il rests to receive coupons of ita bonds in pa* cunt of State U_es is un? constitutional and void, because it impair* the obligation of con trsct ; that ihe tsx-payer having once made due lender of cou ?pona in psynicnt of his lases is un? der no obligstion to psy such tax in -money, but msy rest...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 April 1885

THE Ot D NttRTH STATE. BB*S??0r Bl-tit? al 'iirMf -Bollr?* Stat I ll 1 IBS) Kr esr tl. IS-w-eiai tates*?ni to Ilia Dl*|-a)eh.| Ralek.ii, N. C., April JO.?lo Stokes county Jerry Gilliam, a white _sn given to di inking hard, had been missing from his home some days. Saturday scan bois fo ind his body in the woods. Ilr hsd pie/red his neck in tbe crotch of a Isursl-tree, snd so hangc-l himself. Tbe work of surveying thc new line of railroad from Gt-t-ensboro' to Mount Airy profTer***? rapidly. It will be complct-d in ten days. Tbe route is said tn be a good one. Crop reports, which come from all parts of the State, continue to be of s much more hopeful character. It ts probable thst in many section* the whist crop will he four times ss good ss was thought poisible s month ago. In many casea where wheat ia ruined cotton or tobacco will replace it. lt is not at all probable that any? thing will be done this season in the tray of fish-batching. Since lr*7M this bas been an important part ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 April 1885

Il wnnT.P. VTTTvflt-R. 10.548. RICHMOND. VA.? WEDNESDAY MORNING. AVRIL 22. 1885. . .1 i '.1 Bti,~> ll" i .i','.,1!1",". ,'sl THR8B GENTS PRK Oil NinRrtAit w^fW-aW. NAyi/^wV.A/V'^vA/ /V"vAaA/V***As*NAsr\r-^fAe-V MT CLARET. Oars?rk of Ci?RETS to conpiste snd very large. We receive lb*?* wines from aaa of tho best "-ona? tn Bordeeux. and fully smsrsnts-K their parity. We have a ooinpiru- asao rt meat nf all tho finer brant's, snell os CHATEAU LAMOHE. MARDA IX LAFITE. etc. eic. but wc l?.g lo rall par Ocular si toni ion lo mir large, I ni porto tion of tSJ ARETS1N HtXiSHEM's. ?pei-feel!) pure sud bo well adapted for tbo r?Blag hot season, many of which we hol? lie tfurselvea and sell at very low prlcea. We shall be pirated io receive orders for those CLARI?'a lu "pBaBtttIBB to suit pureba?rt, OSCAR CHAN/ .1 ap 80-11 No. 14 Ooveruor st root. tatT HQ I" A SK KT SHOW. We hsve ptirrhsied sn Importer's otook of SAMI'I I- BASKETS eiiiliruoing over thioe han i* .! iii'lorenl kinds, ali of w...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 April 1885

fft_ lUCHI-nNl) DISPATCH MT TBS DISPATCE COMPANY. tBa DAILY dispatch ta fleit**ei-sd ta MtBMlfrsHaal 1-1 rrsKW tn. -ft** par wo*-? pay - B*-*H I* the?ri let wee lily. Malled St M pot aai?tri; tia for ail months: f 1.80 for three SBOrtlrts; BOe. "ra-one rn-nith. TheHKMI-Wl KK1,Y D',-PATCH at Bl pt* tatana*, ar ti *?r Ba monti--, TBa WKKKLY DISPATCH St gi per sn !-B--B--rip*.'o)-a in all oast-a payable la ad V?irs. and ih* paper eoriiiniii-d after tbe ea Btratfoi* of the Mme paid for. Mei? post aasse money-ardor, cheek, or ?r>s?*?-ired lat? ter. Carront-y ?ni by mall will bo st Ibo rathol the sunder Kui?ari be rs wishing their peat ofnee chane et* in nat alva their old os sawH as their now -M-st-offtes, Ha ru plo copi so ADVKRTIHINO KATIC MA tr 1-K'itosi.a-BS. 1 Bate.?._s*.. ...??? ao atlinea.....? ? ?0 8 llw?. *- ?? a limes. . ?'?0 aa uaaea-. ? ?? 1 srt-twith.-.ve- ? ** g months. .MO0 "Bead)na notte? in ref-dliis-mstttr typo. 8 linea or leas, lt; Ha nonpareil loaded. Tl seals. (*s...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 April 1885

the War-cloud thickens. MR- GLADSTONE'S STATEMENT Bania Will *?i rae "lc*?ls* Tbs lune B?twees Sisssr.-f iM air Poser I?Oas?a sarri.s. Kitaait-.e MlUtse* Pn-aaeatUas. London, April 21.?A Cahinet council has Lei g 'iinmoned for to-dsy to further confider the Afghan ques? tion. The Daily A'riri Bays thst nothing has taken place during tbe last forty seven hours to change the position of affairs. Russia persist* in the claims she originally made, and the basis of the control ot sr remains unchanged. The contracts -nven out by tlie (iovern? ment for new men-of-war allow two and a half years in which to build fire cruisers and three and a half for two iron-clads. Earl Granville, the British Foreign Minister, in the House of Lord* this afternoon state, thst the Government had come to _g conclusion thst thc position of |f_fi justified putting the anny snd nsw rn "I (he whole of the auxiliary force- in condition of imme? diate readiness for service if required. Earl Granville Baal that oper...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 April 1885

I B****BB*-M*l-t1U?--BaBil Blair I Kr uart Otaaui. -C4?i-i-*s--pon4*n'*eof Ita* K-cti-uc-ti,! Dla-mleli.' Ai'Mii. _:i. 1888. The internal-revenue receipts for last week amounted to 6-MUI-.75. Ce; da are out for the marriage, on tbe 27th instant, of our young merchant, Mr. J. ll. Steinruck, to Mrs. Fannie E. Iloeely, at the residence of Mr. Eldridge Morris, Kio bimmil. There waa a small blaze yesterday evening in the basement of the store of Messrs. Lee, Tray lor k Co., on the Riverside block. The Riverside super? intendent turned on the hose of the cotton factory, and tbe hose company ?nd engine-men were there in three minutes, and so the lou by Are was light. Some damage wat done by the waler. 1 "here haa been uo fight here on the temperance question, except in one case, and license has been granted to eil applicants. There was a field-day yesterday st Chatham, and license, up lo a late hour in the evening, had beou refused lo only two or three applicants. Mr. IC W. Peatroes and Ju...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 April 1885

li DISPii AVIIOI.K NUMBER. 10..rH9. RICHMOND. VA., THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, 1885. THREE CENT8 PER <X)PY. AK LILLIAN^ A Dispa-fr. Ff*prf,st*Dt_tive Visits Ba.h Co**n.*, THE LA DI K INTERVIEWED. -tb Mh Jin. Dkkini- Km) liu Kita Kmiij. ** Millboro" House. Room N'o. 13?(' o'llotk in thc morning. On the door is heard a loud rap, rap, rap, rap. "' SS'ho is tliat'" "(ip-n the door, old fel? low ; it is a friend from Richnioad who wants toa-rov you." The door is opened, and iii wslks s police sergeant. To reporter (who is in lied, fatigBed, hav? ing been up thc night before until 2 o'clock): 44 Well, 1 declare! What brought you om here'- Any new de? velopments . " Reporter : Why, Sergeant, what do you know and when did you arrive? fame up Friday night, and ats going off to-day. You had better go beck? with roe. Thc country that you have to go through is very rough, and yon will not be able to get sny news more titan yon hsve already published from hero. Reporter : Where have you licen...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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