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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 April 1885

... ? -.??-_?.?*? II RICHMOND DISPATCH \T THK DISPATCH COMPANY. the HAILY Dlr-tt'AlVIt la Aatnrara* to Ibersat ri rr* kb ob rr* pct week, pay I to th* earlier week ly. Malted at IS per nanala; ss t.w *u month*; fl.ftO tor three Bl ont hs; l.,V. Strone m*n th. TheBKMI.WKI.KLY DlttPATCHat IS pw annum, or ll for *lx month* The W KKK LY DIBl'ATt'H at ll p*r *n tttttttt, Rntr-a-TiptioBS In all tmaaa pa yahl* In ad? vance, nnd no papat continued after th* *a pnatrion of the time rat- tor. Hand pnst ttthea mc*iejr-*rder. check, or r*?t*iered tel? ler. Currency aent br mall wlB be at th* rtak efl lie srnt-f-r Mu.-_rrtr*rs wfahtna their ne-.v-oiTt.s-, chanted must atv* thaw old as well a* th*lr u*w poat-offle*. Bampl* *"or?*e free._ AHVKBTIHINU KATBtt* KA1.1 wea oa -aaa. ?-???*-.-.?? " Btime*. .-.?*** * ** 8 lin***.-.- "- ?* a time*....-.-.?-._-?'? * T? latiBMB?. .- ?J0 I month.-????- ? *-? B mouth*.?? 00 BM-dlnt* null*-*** la reading-matter ty*e. B HBO* or ie**, ll; *? noopareil leaded. TB ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 April 1885

fOBKTtBtJED FROM riB8TrAOB.l honored townsman as a brave soldier. Ve night toast him as an able editor. "Wc might toast him aa en accomplish od lawyer. VY* might toast him sa a t-pleniii-1 mayor. We might toast him tta a Minister IMcnipotentisry. But wc torn all thea* cold terms over to the ?world at large. We have this evening ? dearer word to speak, apd so, gentle? men. I give you? 44 Our Friend. Anthony M. Keiley." At tbe conclusion of Captain Drink? er.!'t remarks the house rang with cheers, and wben Mr. Kelley stood up there was ? moment's silence, broken by tho voice of some ono saying,44 Three cheers for Keiley," and they were given with a vim. Mr. Keiley said I Mr. Chan man and (ientlemen : To have l>cen chosen to represent the most -powerful republic on earth at the caurt of a friendly nation would itself be an honor (Hiing to level fulness an ambi? tion far more exacting than my own. This honor is largely increased, coming nt a period when. I hope I may say without offe...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 April 1885

Pa\ED ilIJteEliL'S u:nE?. y'tRLP FROM GESOA TO NICE. '? JBlll. Sf Bfsaiifn) *Of-.,t**t Tl'-n "lotsr! **l?rri M!A.|?:tt f_ra?vsl-A? ASMii . voa BhtHb- Ail. iatpt-CiB' t-a^-w?rs"Odonr<-raf Ibo l)t?f-atf?.J HOTRL DBI ANULAIS, ) Ni(T., March 2-?. I HMS. | From (.enos our wsy lay along the RhU-ra. on the western shore of the pelf, which bas something of the same ehsracter as the eastern part, except that it ts more luxuriant in vegetation, villa* are more frequent, and. aa we proceed, fashionable seaside towna fol? low (-tinkly ca one another. Alter going sbout thirty miles there wss s rsBgidi-Cint view "of tbo rnlf as fsr Lack ss (.enos. The water lay bathed Ja suntihiae, not a cloud was in the aky, and tbe distant town, reduced to a more speckled ma? of light sud shade, retuned thc presiding genina of the ex? quisite Bf-rt-e. Next came ancient tow? era, villages perched on rocks, olive grove*, pslm-trees, vlneysrda, snd a few tdd chateaux, all looking to ward* the ever-sunlit, wide-...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 April 1885

Tiffi DISPAT WH01.F. NUMBER. 10.5.50. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24. I8R5. THREfe CENTS PER (X)PT. ttpR-riAE B*eri-r-B?. ?Wt-VsNw ' -_^-^-*t^?**^^v**\ liT BIG BASKET SHOW. *tt* have p?**rh***d an l rn ito-"! er's* Wv-k _f SAMITE BASKETS, embracing ovar titi*-* hundred different kinda all of which will he sold a* at"4"- one hr.lf regular prlo* Ie tilla Int VIII lie found WORK-BASKETS, IVFANTtt' HASKKTS. LUM4*! BASK! rs VI.4IWERBAS K) ls IIA1RIMK BASKETS. .IEWEL BASKMS Ct)NKEt-Hi..NERs HAS IslTM WALI-BAKKKTN KNITTIBG* sill- ls MEI sud Hl-OON-BAH ki iv i nv it ask Els. and many other kind*. Il 1* worth ? Journey of mlle* '<? see Uti* large aimorl men! of BASKETS. PARASOLS AM> UMIiHELLAH-Weabnw s vi rv large stock of lb* most tleairable style*. luna- sddli ions again mad* to oar assort? ment ol LADIES' UNDERWEAR lt will pny y.-u lo cxe-nlac our stock be pgO making your poirhaae* elsewhere. IKRSI 1-* We CSU par! icu tar al te nt lon lo our stock nf EV- f,.r varlely. style...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 April 1885

mmm D-PATCB ft?* DISPATCH COMPANY. ?tt-e I>AILT *Dn_?ATCH B sMhereal. _ ?j BsrSaai It-e-sat rtrruun ce hts sot weea. aay* " **?A'-olbotattt-orw-wkly. MatledetHper afsB-un; ga Sw als moatba; 11.80 tor three lae?tbs; eoe. for ono mea?. ?ttrsHRMI-WERKt A" DIBPATCHst ll per aatiam, or lt sw ats months. Tae TTBRKLT niBPATCH st tl per an rm*)-B-Tl|-t'<mB la ell eases parable In ad *-?iso, and no paper conUnucd aftor tho ox g-ralion of tho tl tue tasia Sw. Sr_d -*ost trnaoe wrontr-*rAt.t. chock, or rt-ttVolered lot? ter, t?troi-cr seat bjr mau wm bo at tho liBkof llieaendor. Bu*-ot*ribera wishing their pt?-ornco el?aged mast give tholr old oe wal] sa tbalr now r?s-ot?*?> Bample ooalos free. . ADVKRTIKING KATI"? BAU" 1BC71 OB LaBS. IBme-.?? . __ stl-v-i-.- J ?? 8 Mme* .-. ? "? e*l_es..-.- J* ta limos,-. ? 1 m?th .?. ? " a monti-.-??00 Rosdlng notloro In -vradliig-rostter tyse. B Unoo er le? $1; Ht t*ou-a*?ll loaded, ta agar? Card ef rates for more of-see furnished at* ap>;-f-a G...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 April 1885

ekclaxb in txmL JS WAR AK INSTIT A RLE FACT t t? tmuttm fmarm aa Bs* Ba?aBse Tts) ImmastaaB*nil-Bean- ? sinsri?iart n ali i "at? aw-iaai-a iS? Twa ?otoo? par easts ss sae "C?gaeea.* I.ORT-on. April 2J.?Tbi" StnttAetrd. ia aa editorial say* *-' * awwo* Bet sear that erar erith Bassta w ill auveJve tlaeas w_b other Poe-tws. If gsaaais .Mealed toa?*-- ?*-* ?"?"?"""?I ****?*" bbb? ere?d arma fer Gerraeay. **t*sBWtret*e we ssay cen_d*-?Uy aas_ae that Prface l*Baasrr? ia toot ertwa* te e erar betwa*? Eag^eae4. aad fetas?, W 18?tai the weat* Baaaaa weak?Mt-d. We away ?__?* all miapv-h-i** that Ger eaaary er ber alboa will opt*o? Enrtsad; aad Fraati', tor well -koowa faassaa. Trill be a quiet aperta?r. Tbe ayaBsa*. thy pt-oaibly mdirert sseisUnfle---of lt?It te England ts asBurrd. It will be enar own fault if Tarkey throw* dil_ ?Blty ia eur eray. Wise, bold action erill' SOCU-. both Tarkey and Persia. Tbe Caar nast aaaarr asea tbesr ruse* edrtetriaUy Bays: "Tae lK**itK?n of tbr At***?n qtie...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 April 1885

etRM r?rr young covpdrs. HA* Bai**)-. ar Oae Bete* r-ria* ts H??? Ste fee* aa awe AsaaH-4--*???? toa. o'* *Ammm est tssatta. {Warn Vain Tlmaaj Two eery junta gentlemen, accom? panied hy two very young ladies, ell 4raea*id io their holiday best, walked ttp the etepe et No. Ot. south Third egreet, Williamsburg, on lost Sunday afternoon, amt, ringing the bell, wked fattthe Rev. J. J. White. The party etas uBhevwd into tbe parlor, and in a fae? aaom-ents the raverenii gentleman jaaned hie viaitore The two very rig geatietnon exprasaed a desire to named to the two very young ladies, and the latter not dissenting. ead all tpxw-tion* being answered proaipilv and satisfactorily, tbe ccre BMttiy waa peri*.rDied The -rv-gistcr of the marriago abowed that there bod boan joined in matri BB-av WiHiam K. Darling and Maud McAllister and Charles L. Peckham and Ella Jones. Mrs. Iterling. net McAl? lister, is a trifle under sixteen years old. She lived with her parents at No. 45 Rash Btreet, and was ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 April 1885

WHOLE NUMBER. 10.551. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 25, 1885. THREE CENTS TER IX)] St"** I Al. 10TU KS. * -sr-v-a/sA/s/a/S/l, rm itit j-kb l ? ? Isa u_u > oo Mr.a rrr rsa bbb Uhr tn *BTIl Offer on MONDAY snd DCRIN'OTHK "F.NTIllF. WEEK maiiv EXTRAORDI? NARY BAROAINH. of which we will at? tempt to enumerate a fsa r SITH NO DIH-XS OOOHS ln all Hie latesi sud most *ss)i1?iia>>)e shsdes aud ist.fi.-s from CASHMERE st I'" a lard lo 1 [.NE TRI! .rr** sn.) FI.OWKRKD Isl IIINi.s ono sud a half yards wide, nt 11.11 ?-">. and ll.r.o a yard. Wo have ai?<> th* lifsit desirable sha-!? In DOUBI.E WIDTH CASHMKREH at 18V., 80a*., 81c, SSr. ?nd 3?e. a ysril. SATIN BERBER ..rn- yard wide, st 48**.. rotfillur pll. 0 "ftc.; NOBBY and sTYLisH-FICCKED WOBfr 11 DS at IV., regular price U-Ye.: I'l.AID.-- snI S'.LIDS FOR COMBINA? TION si ITH at "?Or. a jard, reel value PARABOLA. on MONDAY we will open nv* oases ot FARA.*** lix from anet ian that we will "* r al pru ti lo ast-tiilsb...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 April 1885

-UOnMOKP DISPATCH T8R DISPATCH COMP ANT. a 0AIL1 I.IhPats'H la a*iiv***_ M tat rirmsn oairr* par week. pay aMetatbe-mrrtarweekiv. Maiudeitepar attttom; IB ten six montha; 11.80 for thi*** - meath* s eoe. tv-ont m?*n!h. . 1_r*BrAlI-WKRBLYmnPA-tTl-Bt|ap?r nanam, or ll for st* month*. , tbe **?'KKKi.v omrATv'H at tl per aa* ?am. .Baewnettan* tn all case* pareM* in ed -ftta-e. and no paper cont iiiu*d *fi?r th* *x pita-ton af U?* time paid tor. Bend poet athea n*ooey-*?n!er ch-**-*, or re-r)*t*r*4 let? ter. Ourr-Mtcy sc rn liv mail will na at the rtottor Ihearntie, tmloorin-fB wlablng their p**t-omc* cr**nii?xJ moot atv* thwlr <?_ a* taoBm their uew pn*t-_*no*. "tempi* copi** kme, __??_____?__ AfWERTlttlNO RATKS. "?alt mon OB _*_*. - 1 uaw ?.?? ?*? B time*._. ? 00 s n ?_?**.. t ?? BU mr-. .-.-. ? -"0 lt (loxa.-. - ? ?? 1 month_. ? W 8 months. -*? ?? *H**B_.ne notice* In rradlnf-matter typ*. 8 Itara or lem. fl; m aonparell !**d*d. TB warnm. tare of iat?* Inr more ?pace furnished <w...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 April 1885

SRH-MISHING SCOWS.. TBE NORTBWEST TBOVBLES. tU.nl Mr's***"* Bl** E?rtl**e? ***??? With ih> Half-tti*, rat - Mott tl tht fori-riii ?a**ett*. A Winnipeg (Man.) special of Thurs? day etty* I Fuller detail* of Fort Pitt's capture have reached here. The police who escaped upon a raft have reached Battleford. They tell the story of the fight and give details ef positions. For two weeks the fort was sur? rounded by Indians, who persistently menaced the place, and an attack was constantly expected. The Indians de? manded the surrender of the fort, but Inspector Dickens, of the police force, resolutely refused. There were about fifty men in the barrack*, including the police, and as they were well armed they could nave kept Uie Indians away, hut Chief Rip Rear sent to haves parley with McUan, the chief factor. Big Bear toldlnm if the civilians and police would lay down their arms and surren? der be would protect them. McLean is a timid msn and accepted for hitttM4If and the civilians. A G...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 April 1885

? ^^rrrKivSltflllin ss\\rMtmd TBR REVENUE OKPAaYLXENT, AtCsaissitt.--. Vu,, io iVathlacessi-B*ae*s? 1* Mr. Itlift Oihfr tts?s (("orteopfttrilrnfVfirili* HX-eimrii" h isp. lob. rt'lB?SBIIBH, April 24. 1H85. Th* cooitiiittoe of gontloisctvappoint? ed by the Tobacco Asa?-iation lt Weohingten and lay l-eeore tte Com Btiiaoioiier i-f Internal Revenue * state? ment of fe ts showing why tie head . quarter* of thc depsrtaaeat in thia dis ? trict should not bo rea?ned fro? Pc 'iersbnrg hare di se ha ry-** I that duty and returned hame. Their interne* with -Commissioner Miller wss a pleasant ?Bc tn ell rr sf icc ts. A full statement ?fell the far is; in the rear we* present? ed to him, which wss reed, and the premise given .that thc paper ehoeid lie ssbmitted to the Secretary of the Treat-ury snd careful cse*etdrrstion given to it. Th* committee a/terBeriU at?lied snd paid their respects to the Preaident. It ia reported b-'re that there will l-e aw rcmeval of ea?er the collector ef internal r...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

THET RICHMOND1^ wiinl.K. NTMltEK. 10.552. RICHMOND. VA., 8UNOAV MORNING. APRIL 26, l8K5"-IX,ri.l,E SHEET'. THREE CENTS FER (X)PY. af-M1^ I te*** ?ft^af S 2 WORTH OF OOODI ll PER ?BRR (RR)TTTTrif ll KKRR ItRKK i Uno! ll |(K l( B I I. (i o T H Hf K B RRRM n ?) T IDDOIKKK ITlRK . T II UK K R K'. '? T fl HR K B a k Di** t ii mf-.f.p.k r a Be. r.o-. east sr xx I m:i it il TtxilNEDTo RETTIE I. Il Uti* I KR KKK A I. t ll tl Rr- H R AA 1. il KBR KR RRR ".At. |. Il I- B R RB AAA I, I I.I.I ll MUK RKHR RA A (.LIX In fi,'er k?ll anent nf onr patron* and ? bie io tara tab mell houses at asmall "iii Iim'uci ii .-iit>.'"r UtlSRprUT-8. R"-Rl1r.li)R Ihul larg* aaii.nut* In taman weis*, wo attar oar ?seing tht'iii sod iiettiiiR ibe IN RKOARD T we have a foll IN CAR we have SB* of all new k"o<'* fha! a* aaa** at ridiculous xx. uara M tTTIB '..is. nnd <HI.-H'I"X I.*" xi, uivtH's riurv ii MB Ba* of STOVES. Iniuse In A* for EA HY -CARRUM .ES. we .-mi *ell .Ni,XV A WORD kkk i rr i i i i<rk ii...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. AMONG THR ARCHITES. ?eena Wa?lest** Bel ike First Brae! bv TBai Name. Norwood Post-Office, 1 NeimoB Co.. Va., April, 1815. ( f's fte Editor of the Ihsjtatch : Our George Washington waa not the first of thc naree who was a rebel to a King; Of Gnat Britain. At thc Ber? gs url a A*m/es, held November 11-22, 16-*.? 44 Thc Jury of our Soversignc Lo*?, the Kinge, doe present (.corr* Wssh fcngton, of Ranhlcton Tribe. Taylor, as * fslic Traytor against our most gra? tion* and dread Soversignc snd his Liedge I ord, the Kinge, Ac, hsveirgc not thc frere of (Jod in his hesrte, but seduced by the Instigation of tbe devil. ns'tt iously ?nd tnytorously, on the 25th dav of Decenber, in thc yeare of our Lord lot*. *t the house of Koger Axon (Astor:'! in thc said Trilie, dui then and lhere advisedly and directly speak and say in thc hearing; of the said Roger Axon these words?mt., The King has snuld his subjects to Popery ; and farther, the saul Georgs Washing? ton did then an...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

MILDRED RI IBS-XL'S LETTER. KILLING THE TIME IN NICE. IM.I i os si.hr ^ Vl.lt**.-1 aestoatatlsas Bs? Sliy-TB* BsmIsr I borra sat lu t'oroai* alr.-A BUoti Oe?asr-l Robles I'sBrles. lBpeeta! .-?mwpoodenee Bs the D'spatc'i.. Hotki, de Nick, ) Nick, Aj.nl 1, Ills. J We have migrated from the edge of Hie water up to BBS higher part of the town. Btu! might almost believe we had been transported Lack to Oerraany, a* most al the guetts and the hotel statT arc (ierman. Oood-tempcred, broad Teutonic face* meet us at every turn, and an air of happy contentment hearns our i ti ry one. The hotel in on the aim of a hill, and has a large garden back and front, with walls covered with blooming heliotrope, hedges of different-colored rose*, and arbors of matted ivy, anti the guest,*: nun thcm mIvi * anti revel in the pure air all day. and lintel) to the iuiimc morning and * sining, much in ihe same way a* they do at home. We hs ic come across many people well known to us by sighL for the King ami QS...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

IE RICHMOND DISPATCH IF THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tb* DAILY KIsl'ATOH ta dellrered lo Bba*-r!ht*ra*i nrrBB-t cairn par weak, pay aabto Ibonrrler weekly. MaHedatleper BSnuBt; tl tnt als month!; 11.80 for thr** noni hs; too. for one men t li. KaeSEMl-WRRELY KlsPAlVHatagper aanam. or tl Strata mouthe. Tba WEEK LY DISPATCH St |1 pot an aan. Boberrtptlon* In all cases payable lo ad Vanee. at? na pa per cnntinned after the ex glratwvn of the tl ne paid for. Hand poa t e0e* money-ardor, check, or rental* red let? ter. Curretiey aent by mall will ba at the UBS of I he-tender Sut._rir.en- wishing their tten-offlc* changed must glv* their old as well sa Ibalr nea pcat-otBo*. Sample copi** ta**. ______ ADVERTK41 NO RATIO*, naur tam ok i.bbs. I Bane.??? ?? OUmea.~- * ?? g tl mea. * B0 BU mea.. ? "*<> ll Um**. ? ?? 1 Bit?tb.-. ? Ol 8 mont!**.?? ?? Beedina notlts? in reading-matter type. I linea or lea*, ll; ta Boorarell leaded. Tl OHBB, (ard of nit? for mora space furnished ec, application. AU...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

CANADA'S WAR. _ FIGHT WITH THE REBELS. An Attarh hr Itu I 1 hr Hair-BrreS* Hare a Smart Battle with IB. Treet-.. A Winnipeg (Man.) special of the 24th ssys: The long-expected fight took place this afternoon. General Middleton's column, on the north side of the river, wm* attacked from the rear fifteen miles this side of "latoche's Crossiig. Sci cn of tbe Ninetieth were kdleil. Captain Clark, of 0 Company, was very badly Bounded. A shot penetrated through General Middleton's csp. Captain Wise, General Middle? ton's aide, had his horse shot underneath him. The agaa bbs in progress when the first message was s. nt. Captain Clark is bel it veil to Ik- fatally wounded. He is a Scotchman, who has seen much active service. He is shout forty-five yesrs of aga, and wa* deemed one of Winnipeg"* nest soldiers. He has the highest character for efficiency snd bravery, sud held the position of grsin inspedor for Winnipeg for the past year. A private message just received Bays (our wprc killed in ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

HANS AND THEIR HOME. LWTRRE8TINQ QUESTION. been T*B-r Mrarsaaaaia .r tarsal4* "?**i t-Cfcara*irri?tir* *r a Pr**-!. 1* Barrair u Haast****. [Mew York Tim*?] ] A lier years ago a picture of the Af IghoscOBatry ami its people was sketched sar Iho American (ieographical Society hy Mejor A. 0. Constable. Said he : " A%haai*tan, bounded on the north ead east hy immense mountain ranges ' . OsbJ ea tbe south snd west by vast tracts of sandy desert, opposes to ex torna! hostility natural defences of a rWnidahle character. The general as? pect of the country is wild and forbidding, but not unvaried by opets of gentler beauty in the valleys end on the plains. .The towns sre few Mal f?r between ; the people, or rather the inhabitants for in onr sense, as a people, a* homogeneous, there is really BO Afghan nation?the races there, or the group of races, are bardy. vigorous mountaineer-. The score of tribes are all alike in their characteristics--bravo, independent, but of s turbulent, vin? dicti...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

* DYSPEPSIA, INDIGES Cats' __C3__ ABSOLUTELY PURE AND BcrrAi.o. N. Y., Msrch 17. 1884. Oetitlrmon: I lake plt-sturt- in le.tlfylng to you that I have made an analy?1a of your Pur* Malt Whiskey, which gave a very gratia lng ?*t)ll. Your Mal! Whlskev. .>!.lain*-<! mtatly hy extract of mall miiveraion nu,I a viry careful fermentation and dlstllle |i..n. -entirely free from fusol ..ll snd any of tho**- ?lmllarly obnoxious alrolio!* ? hld, ure BB orien found In whiskey*. Therefore It ran **? ret--ofnmrni1et1 a*extremely nt for meiliral purposes. Pu. M. B. AUKNPT. Analyllc.il and Consulting Chemist, HurTslo, N. Y. Tm lu rn Mai i Whiskrv Cobi-arv. Ballimore. Md. Th* Kvil Effects of Malaria are Distressing and Render Life MiseraMe. Duffy's Malt Whiskey Drives Malaria from the System. Omer BS Km st ii. Un hards A Co., Imiohtrrh A*n Wiioi.*iai.r narw-iR***, j BBBtlBSBBI (SnSBB TSBIII AS*-*-?SUI * lint. rs. i'llilAnn.'-iii A. October 3, 1881. J ln?-*lllng the atlenllon nf Physician*. Pha...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 April 1885

CIR WCH AFFAIRS. JP ANTED, A WITNESS. A r-erasa Wt* M*4 s toatr,sails* with Millaa I ?? I* *l Tar. It ia taid that the Commonwealth WouM lils* lo Hud a witntMR who hail a eosversation a ith a lady wer.rint; a red shea I ami having a bundle in her hand style she was standing near the gate of the Capitol Square al Twelfth and Hank streets. Tao inn* or the conversation wa* alioiit 7 o'clock on the etening of March Lilli. The unknown witness ia thought to be a colored jouth, rather dark skinned, about five feet seven roche*, and had on at th* time derk clothe*. If any one remember* having had a conversation with mich a lady at the time and place it is his duty to come forward and make it known to the proper officer. He can't be hurt by it. and he might assist th* Commonwealth. Itt Rt* Obs* J r***S. Thc de*d body sf Marmaduke Ixin gest, otherwise Tate, a youth of four? teen, who was drowned in the river about-! r. M. on April I Otk, was found yesterday on a sand-bar near the Pe? tersburg...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 April 1885

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