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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 April 1885

THK RICHMOND DISPATCH MT TEE DISPA TCH COEPANY. ?Tbe DAILY KIATA TCH ** dell veted to eebarr) tv-?n at vi its rt, oarrva p*r *-?*k. poy BM* t? the carrier weekly. Matlab al ts ont annan*: $a fm als months; ll.SO tor three months; soc.. Baron* mend). TbeSEMI ? W ERK LY DISPATCH at tl per bonum, itt tl tot til months. Tbe WEEKLY DISPATCH ot ll par an aaa*, aetaciipUons in all caaea r*>a?*ie in ad? vance, and no paper continued after the es ptiailon of ibe lime paid tnr. Send ptnl ollie* money-aeder. check, or registered tat? ter. Cnrrsiicy sent by mall will be at tb* risk of tb* sender. Sabennbera wishing tbelr post-office changed must give their old i Wall aa their n*w poat-offloe. Sample copies fr** ___ ADVEKTIMINO RATES. HA UT HICKOK !.???. .. l?m*...?? *-? Bttmra.. ?*? 00 S tlaiaa.. - ?? Slit... ? . S 70 tlttn.es . ?**8<> 1 month. ? ?B" S months.?B 00 Beadlnc notice* in re*din?-matter tye*. 8 lines or leas, ll: ??> nonpar*!! leaded. T8 Bes ta Card of ratsa for mom spac...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 April 1885

KIELS REBELLION. HEN. BIDDLETONS PERIL. Tko P.tbm\ farce* Inrtnl" aaa !B? nay. Bile* er nrlnUrrr-isais \<-?t ll.. r. Mm Obbbi Braerted Killed. A apeeial to the St. Paul Pioneer Tress from t'lark'a Crossing, dated 1 A.M. Sunday, aa ja : " A courier has just arrived here bringing the newa that c.shrill Dumont, the lieutenant of Kiel, wan among those killed in tho en? gagement of Friday. Dumont had command of the rebel force du? ring the hattie. Oeneral Middleton ia preparing to attack the rehela this "liomin)*;. The remainder of the troops will cross to the cast side of thc liver to-day. Nine more of thc wound? ed are dead, making a total of nineteen. lt is believed that more than fifty of thc troops were wounded, anti the proba -1-tlitien arc thst still more will die. Captain Clark and Lieutenant Swinford will die. There arc only two isstSCS in the field. The shooting of thc rebels waa very deadly. They hardly missed a shot, only tiring when they saw their idhi, sud putting Bp the...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 April 1885

THK BRITISH WAR-SHIPS TILL ON (iVARI) AT NORFOLE. B?-M!aa ??*--*r* bi bb I:* le rt si wm* se - Mt-BBB *aaB*-tvf.W.Br*r:ii*->rts--(>*li-r*C?r. talk llt-t-a. -itl-Htr-eorihe Richmond IUstwteh.1 NcmroLB, April 27. 1885 The British man-of-war Garnet drop? down the stream this morning Ut lampton Roads, but can, nf course. Heb ber antagonist as well from thst at as from the Norfolk harbor. ?Several of the Rujrsian officers, long them a count with an untnen SBabte name, went to a reception at of thc female schools on Saturday jht, and the girls gave them a real lorrie* a frolic. They played nu iroud games, which thc foreigner! eyed with a relish. Few of them rite English, but the ladies talked to in French, and the occasion was ?aovel and enjoyable. Bishop Keane confirmed a class at the Catholic church yesterday, ami it. the al ter noon consecrated tin- burying grounds in thc suburbs of the city. A procession was formed at tl.e gale and moved around a cross in tha centre of Um eesaet...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 April 1885

'? ?**.*? - i fWII' i ' I ?' THE RICHMOND DISPA ? *l tFW ? I* i ii hi.* MIIUUPD IA ?54. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 29, 188.5. THRtiK CENTS PER MPT. (? dry OMMIIM, aoTiona. <ae. ?ARDl?ZO A CO. offer the.**! low I na TE EMUIloIDERED NAINSOOK UOBB-Sai flXt'tiu; y I , .-WlliTK INDIA LINEN at *.-?, ie. and ls ve.?re-U bat-Bains; koFT FINISHED III.ACK SILK HHAP MKtl st ?T tn H. I110. tl.JS, $1.50, and ii ce- -i leadM ?->? !l(>0|*irKFALS\Vls-isnd NOTTINGHAM LACK Cl Kl AI NS (rom IMt to lao a |*alr- st lower prieea than same goods heve ever sold. four stock ot LADIES' t NDKRWEAR is now < oii:|>!'Te. Any garment nuide to older si si.ort notice. hi our PAR \SO|. DELA lt I'M ENT we show in addition to our usual st's-k (gf cheap giKstls Tor lad iel ami lulsse*. some of I i.e h.osi sjagaaa- asafcaa ia kine lace trimmed sud EANCY PARASOLS tiver neill in Richmond ; pi lees, from {ft ?ol-.'). ITaa] ni'* woi Iii looking at, CARIN)"//) A CO. ;ap ID ?.I'll 141. MUM l's Mi L...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 April 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH arr tee dispa tch company. me. HAILY DB-WATCH to delti-erad to on barri bs mat r i rr tu k tv vm uro pot w-s-sB. pay able to thr f?rrlsr *??**,!-,. Msllatlal te par annum; #l tor six montos; M .SO tor three mouths: 50e. for nm- m-s-Ui. TlieMKMl-WKKKI.v DmrATtTUatWper annum, or lt for&.x montha Tha WKKhiv DIHPATX'B at tl aer an? on?.. Hut-**rripiioni In all eaasa parable la ad? vance, and no paper continued altar tha ex? piration of tbs Hms paid Sir. Hand post offlce w?ne>?srilcr cheek, or reg?tared Ut? ter. Cnrrent-y sent tiy msli will be at tha ?Hilt of (he sender Rulisi*r1bsniwtoh1nathslr Boat-oAaes chanted must (ivs their old aa ?wau as their new p-nat-offies. Ha tn pu eopiaa Ires. AOVKKTISINU HATiai HAI.r'llK H oB Lass 1 lime. .a sn 1 00 1 IO 5 70 6 SO v aa lumea....-??? S tiros-.?.-.? e tlmea..-. 18 dmea._.-. 1 month. S montha..-? M ?? Ksadlnc nonces In medlna-metter typs. S lines or leae. ll: ta noa para! I leaded. TS Benia. (?HI ot rates for more ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 April 1885

OPESIMi IP THE WAY. OUR EAR INES TO THE RESCUE. flsw Thr? naaaOl ike Traasll sat tn sere! I'sesiata III an ik-atlt-mer Ihe f areas I ?-*nt*sitar Mil sll*'a ArlUs I ?mmraSrii. A Panama letter Kays: On the morn? ing of the 1 lib instant the Pacitic ruftil stramer Citv nf Para arrived at As.un? well. Colon, from New Vork, with the lust liattalieu of I 'nited States ma? rines. Colonel Heywood, the com? manding otheer, ntune.liately proceeded to the lulled Stales steamer Tennessee, (lag-ship ?f tin North-Atlantit" s.-uad ron, tot ? een-fcrCBCS with Rcar-.Vilini ral Jouctt. *?ho hail arrived tho day be? fore frotn New ((ricans tit Pensacola, where ho called to embark the marines of that naval station under the com? mand af 'aptem Robert I.. Meade, t luted Slates marine corps. Mr. Geom A. Hurt. superintendent of the Panama railroad, and ita chief representative ujton thc Isth? mus, was inviu'i t" this conference, and it was very presently determined to tormally reopen the transit at once. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 April 1885

?? A NORFOLK SBN8ATI0K. Poison in the coffee-pot. WtM-j-f. ramo* su*w Bten-Bae Btaim M Be InvrMleateS-The .\ raf tnt Baaka, a, Or. I flt the Kleh mond lURfMiteh. | Bon fib y AP"- 2J*tlHW' The family of a prominent gentleman ia this city were poisoned this morning by drinking coffer at breakfast. Each member of the family who drank ef the coffee waa taken violently Bick soon aller breakfast, bul fortunately no nert-on* results followed, lt is not kimwn a hat poisonous ingredient was tentaioed in thc coffee, but thc colic*.' will be analyzed by a chemist and thc ' metter fully investigHted. Thc gentle? man in question has a number of board era in his house, and if thc poison Hal been of a deadly character a dor.cn peo? ple in the house would have died. Thc steamer John Roraer. of th' Chesapeake and Ohm railroad, has heen -thoroughly repaired and overhauled, and she is now in a bettor condition than ?v,t since she wan first built. Thc Exchange Bank has opened its dix-rs. so lhat deposi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 April 1885

?^~*~T**r*"SBJ! THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. -vmiT/R NlTBflfF._. 10. ??.*>.??. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 30, 1885. THREE CENTS PER (X)PY. 01*14 I tl NOTH-KO. /vwv% War- TH A LU I MER DRUTHERS HHOW VERY ATTBACTIVF: RAKOA INS for thia week, such aa PLACE HI1.KH from t>oc. for (fma-Grain vip to Hie l-eiil Bindea We show some exira tonal values tu Htack Hllk Rhada mas. BBadllOlIm, Mervellleuv Satin iHichiisu- nod the prettiest paltemti In Black liroe-itb-d Hilka, wblrh have just arrived. Oiirsl4?-ki-fCoLOREIisl'UAHand(Hl(M. OHAIN SILKS la replete with ali the new shades of the season, and price* Hie ll.Sll-Sl HEMMER SILKS la Fancy Illuminated, 8iri|i*.i and Checked, the lsrueat vari? ety in the elly, from 40c, per yard to the fl milt mad*. DRKMM UOODt-V?Ia Dress Oood* we are Mid to excel itl.v BOOH In Ce city; Bmiiv. tor the variety of atylea we show; see, nilly, for our extremely low prices? which tells Ihe tale. We have .v. rv de? sirable style ami kind of Ono Ooodo. from...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 April 1885

IB RICHMOND DISPATCH BT TBS DISPATCB COBPANT. ?I-* DAILY DffH'ATCH Wi dBltrered to aabBrrib-smai ri mir a cbktb ***-?* wa***, pay? able an tha earlier wr-skly. Mailed at 04 par annum; ia for six months; Ol.iOfor thres Bionlhs; OlV. forone tnanlli. ThBHKMl-WKKKLY DI"-.|'ATCHal taper aa a am. or fi fsnrsix mon tbs. Tta* W KKK LY I?isl'ATV ll at il par bb aaa*. aBbaertpcton* in all coota payable in ad ranee, and no paper eonUnned after the ri pdration of CB* tim* paid for. Bend post ef-os money-aider, cher*-, or realstered let? ter. Currency Bent hy mall will be at ths flak Of the sender. Ki*****tcrtt>--ra wishing'heir *-~at-otH<*-* elianeed most Mira their old bb wbUbb their nr w post-oflieB. Ha ni pis oopses ****** __________ ADVKKTTaiNO RATES. IIAI-r I-lCHOD LBBB. I time.--? oa Ulaiiw._.". ?? ?t?- i oo 0 tlmea..-. "- ?? 0 UiBMMr-....-.-.?. ? to ia times.. B a0 1 monti. ? ?? - ? months.I- bb 00 Hmdine D<*t(o?nn reading-matter type. 6 tines or lass. W I -H? nonpareil l-*edct....

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 April 1885

ON THE EVE OF WAR. rSEPARINti FOE THE WORST. atBMla ashlea TrssBe-KselsBB* Will Slaks Kw C ??r-eaisaa- Tke Vam OmWt mt Peat* IM.-M-llf*)* LoNiH>a. April 20.- In the House of C'oinnioaa to-ilar I*or*l Edmund Kitr. maurice. Under Foreign Secretary, read a telegram from General Sir Peter Lums <lcn, dated at Tirpul, April 23d. Thia tclccram mentions that the Governor of Herat had received a report that the Russian troop* had advanced upon Me niclisk. LaarJ E.lmnnd also said that emeral Lumsden himself, in a tele? gram of thc a-al of April 25th. inei ilentslly si-eslts af the recent occupa? tion of Mrrnctisk hj the Russian!. Me ruchsk is a few miles south of Penjdch. The speech of Mr. ti folstone in the House of ('ointnoBs on Monday upon tin- vote of credit of |o5,000,000 waa received with profound interest through? out Europe, and Was published in all the newspapers. It has dispelled any idea that rosy hare been entertained heretofore that England will make a concession to Russia....

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 April 1885

fr THE OLD NORTH STATE. 4BEENSIU)i:tr ASP VICINITY. Ml-Bofir-rrtt-ntit t?r Um t*-*-aB?v-"nssBf*a-'. -*?i----r-?iiii,?l a,h.*i-. bbb vkBr-kes lllt k-M****) IB the M.-14. taptrclal -*?rrr?poiisietic? of Ore li'spat**-.* GitKKNBiioKC)'. N. C.. April 28. Greensboro" is the Guilford cottrt hoose of to-day. but tha old court bouvt?ihe place near which thc hattie waa fought in 17*1 betwoen the forces af Green and Cc *awallis?na about Orr miles from here. Thia county was formed in 1771. and tbe deed-books and other records dsting hark to that year sn- in the courthouse here nod in good condition. The name Pcs les appears several times in thc old eat book?ancestors of Genera! Scales. tbe present popular snd beloved Gov enior of Nortb c'sn.lina, who last year ds-featcd l>r. Vork. who waa supported by the Republican party. The principal products of the county are corn, wheat, oats, rye, barley, to? bacco, and cotton. Of tho latter the rirld last season exceeded 3*00 bales. The -oil is well ...

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

^waafz**$Q **S50*^r-**? v*Tyirr-v^Wy '? THE HMOND ?y,~'T%w.-?^vv^: ? wimiR NUMBER. 10..*>.*>6. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1. 1885. THREE CENTS PER <X)PV. M OTHER - FRIEND ! A PRECIOUS BOON TO WOMAN. WOBD OF PRAISE. I noel eani-rsttiy entreat avery female Mardine snrri a remedy to noe Mothsr's Relier. Coupled with thia entreaty I will add that Buring a long obstetrical practice (forty-four years). 1 have never known lt to fall to pro iuce the Intended effect. II. J. HOLMES. M. D. A lady from one of the counties of Middle Georgia writes: " I have disposed ol -vii the Mot ber's Friend you sent me. and I am de? lighted with lt. In every instance where lt bas tieen used Its effects have been all that I eoold ask. 1 consider lt a groat blessing.'' A distinguished physician or Mississippi writes: "Every one needing lt should uss tbe Mother's friend, fur during a lung ob? stetric practice I have never knowu lt to nu.-' Thia remedy Isonealiout which we cannot publish certifi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH, MT TBE DISPATCB COBPANT. toe DA BUY DISPATCH ta delivered to aBhsertbeisai rii-TB*-.*-. .-K*rrs per wet?* *->ay aTsH to the earrier weekly. Malted st SB per aanen; ll aw Bis months: IMO tor three Months*, boc. for one merit h. TheMKMl-WKKKI.Y Ulsl'ATC'llBt 82 per nanam, or ll for six months. The WEEKLY DIBPATCU at ll per an mba, Btobar-rtptions tn alt rosma payabtB ta ad tooee, and no taper et mi toned after ths e i - BtiaUoa of the time paid for. Bend peat atlee moaey-Brder, eheeh. or rsatslered let tar. C*arrenry sent hy mall will ba Bl the rta. of tbe sender. iAuhaer1be--awlsht-|ttielr post-oft*<*-*> changed mast give their <?M ' weil bs their mw jaBs-aB-M. BBinple ooplee ADVERTIBINd RATEB. half tara oa i-bbb. I trw*.a ?*? IU"*-*_.-.-.-.- ? ?? I tla-ea.. - 80 aamea..-. ? T0 tsunaa--_.-. ? v,? t noatb.?. ? M 8 mofiihs.-.-? eb 00 Reading notiee* In reed! og-matter type. S lines or lees, ll; ta nooperell leaded, TS OarB ?f fates for more spa**** 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. — 1 May 1885

WAR-CLOUDS DARKENING. PREMEDITATED AGGRESSION XarS UsOtr In IW.MlBI af O rWrlBe Ba-llle. nest TarwssBeal-A Rasslas IBBBBMM < ?aira-llrtsr? H*ton* *s?si Us Meratbak ASWIr. I Ry cable to the Dispatch. 1 Vienna, April 30.?The Togblatt't Bi Petersburg correspondent says that a council was held on the 24th instant. It ia believed thc council discussed the neoesaity of occupying Herat. Eleven vessels of the Constradt tteet have gone te the Baltic. l.t.m.un. April SO.?lt ia confi? dently stated in ministerial circles that the (iovernment posseasoa information which ahows lev..ml a doul.t the pre tneditated character of thc Russian policy of aggression in Afghanistan. ft is reported that Karl Dutferin's latest dispatches throw additional light upon thu matter. Loni Duflcrin throughout has treen douMful of a pacific settle mont. Loni on, Aj.nl .10.?In the House nf Lords thia altcmoon I/>rd Granville, Foreign Se*rctary. announced that tele ?.'linu had been received from Sir Peter Lnniid...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 May 1885

PILOT FACE'S GOOD STORY. TBE STRELOKSEKA KS TO SEA. BHw BBS fi si A-ava? ream ?Be -Kai-asi fa?4?r tali (Stearn aaa Canvas-" li la Os F-saav." tCon-mpoiMfc-wce of Uis RleBmone Dispatch.) NoBi-OLK, April 30, 1885. Captain W. ll. Face. Ibo pilot who took the Russian abipoaWide the capes, gives an interef-Uag aatfapiusing story Ot his trip. He laoittyra summons at Bight to como OB borfd, and waa ad viacd that the spirt would eail at 2 o'clock in the morning. He said he would be on board in time, but tbe Russian ofll-jcr wanted 4utn to go aboard at once. *?* You sleep lats, pslot," said ths Russian, with a okrug of the shoulders. "Come on board to-night." The pilot finally con? sented and accompanied the Ruasian ?(Beer to hia ship. He went down into the cabin, but had hardly acated him? self when he found that the ship was arider way. He then went into the pilot-house, and soon the ship was going at full speed, with every inch of canvas spread aad her engines doing their lust. The pilot ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 May 1885

vt.'*nTfmrejw : '?^??SteSy V '.-.v.-^-.-aT ' ? ?' " - ??-*-? . - i -"? r , *-? * - "..".-',-***?? ? - THE RICHMOND it-1iiii i.' r-_iTMitF.il mf.r.7 RICHMOND, TA., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 188.5. THREE CENTSJ'KR (X)PYe^ Sow nam Baoltao M OTHERS FRIEND! a nanon hoon to woman. WORD OF PRAISE. I most earnestly entreat every female aeed'mtsucharemcdy to uaeMothcrs Relief. Coupled with thia entreaty I will add lhat durtng a long obstetrical practice (forty-four years). 1 hava never known lt to fail to pro? duce the Intended effect, H. J. HOLMES. M. D. A lady from one of the counties of Middle Georgia writes: " I have disposed of all the Mothers Friend vou Bent arie, and I am de? lighted wttb ll. In every instance where lt has been used Ita effects have been all that I could ask. I consider lt a gnat blessing." A distinguished, physician of Mississippi writes: 'Every one needing lt should use Hie Mother's Friend, for during a loag ob Btetrlr practice i have never known lt te tall." This re...

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

THE RNHMOM) DISPATCH MT TME DISPATCH COMPANY. Tue DAILY rn -iv cn ie tMlrerad tc imhacrlhersai rii-r*.*-* t ?-"?vt* par week, pay ante llVl'->wrTi.r w.*--kiv. Malled at le par Bannan; is aw my moa the: ll.SO toa Uiras aaaatlis; soe tn, <*,.*? n.sniti. TheKKMl-w kkki v nirti'ATCUatlSper Banora, or tl Sw six m..mi ha. Tbe WBBBL* niMrATOH al ll pw an. Baas. Botj-en pt lons .1. an raaea para his In ad vance sod no taper i-nntlnued after ths ss Ottotloa ot thr tm., paid for. Mend prat Odtoe Binney-ainter eli.-oh. iw realaterml let tar. curt-e-cy se-ii hy u.all will be at tha rtakof theseim*-. Hi Twcrihers wishing (heir past-of*-*-*-* chang.*** must give their old aa well as their nev isai.nfBeo. Sample eoplee BOO. _ ADVKK.THINK RATBB. nair tues au vmm. tun*...?? ?? sttnie-....-. 1 oo 8 (laves-.t. I 80 SllntMi .-. S TO 1* (I0?a. -. ?*? 90 1 month. ? -8 8 months.S5 00 Beadlne not ices In reading-matter type. I Unas or leos lt ? ?- nonpareil laaded, fl obbu. Card of rat-as for more ap...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 May 1885

WASHINGTON'S BUDGET. APPOINTEENTS YESTERDA Y. t'lrsleta Baser*-*- ll-a. takm needs Bellrlter -n-neral--Hsl?, ef Stet* * arsllaa. I easel is INaackssiar, I nala**. ||(y telegraph lo the Dispatch. 1 Wasiiinoton. D. C., May I.?E. J. Hale, who was to-day appointed Consul at Manchester, Kngland, ia a native of North < arolina. is about forty ilvc years of aire, and editor of the Fay? etteville, (N. Cl Obtrrrer. He has always been a working Democrat, and waa a delegate lo the Democratic Na? tional Convention of last year, and sup? ported Ihc I'eimxratic ticket strongly in bis newspaper during the late presi? dential campaign. He applied for a third-class mission anil waa endorsed bv Ihc entire North Carolina delegation. Hon. .John 'anode, of Yirginia, who wa* to-day appointed Solicitor-General of the I nilctl States, is a native of Vir? ginie, ia fifty-six yean of age, and was admitted to the bar in 1*51. In the hame year he was elected a member of the Virginia Legislature, and in 1861...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 May 1885

IS IT BEEN SOLD? TtMOINIA AND CABOLINA R. B. _%?? ?"??caliea that I* 4 ICl(tBB M'ralaarc ?fc# t'ttl'a (niariat I *?r?<T? Iav**l*c4?Daaa One S-ait-BHtaar "Undara. tOerreafmoaanea ol tha Rich mond |ii?i-ich. | PKTRRant'Ro. Va.. May I, IMI. t-e rumor that the Vir*jifii* snd Carolina railroad has been sold nut to tbe syndicate controlling the Atlantic Coast Linc has caused a decided sensa? tion here because of the large interest tbe city baa in the road. The rumor hos not been confirmed to-day. None of the officials ot either road residing here seem to know anything about tbe reported sale. But there are, nevertheless, roany ot our peo? ple who believe there ia some truth in the rc|.ort. and who think tho city, if such sale has been made, will be tbe loser financially. The city was induced by representations that the company proposing to bnild the Vir? ginia end Carolina railroad from Rich? mond to the Roinoke river waa backed by money, and that the road would mi re Iv be built, to o...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 May 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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