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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 May 1885

? THK RICHMOND DISPATCH! MT TEE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tbe DAILY DISPATCH te delivered to Bobacrlbersai ri rr nan < -nts par weak, pay able lo lbs carrier weekly. Malled at le par aaauai; ta for sn montha; 11.10 tor Utrea MKMtha; SOe. tor one month. TtteSKMI-WEKKLY DISPATCH at ti per annum, nell for six mouthe. TBe WKEKl.v DISPATCH at ll par en? an*-. anbseripUaMAB in an -?ase pa ya hie In ad ea_e*. and no paper continued altar the ex? piration ot the time paid for. Send post oBkte money-mSter. check, or ractaured let? ter. I Vt reins eeni bv mall will be at tho VRk of the Bender -tnbneiibers wishing their peat-oft"<-*e cbsi.*.**J most give thsir old as well asihair ne-* las.'-*.mee. sample eoplea ADVEBTISINO BATER HALT IBCH OB I-BB. I time.??-I SO S linnea..?-.- * ?? s Hmas. ?"? ?? Slime. .-. ? T0 IS limes.. ? ?? 1 numil.. ? *? a montha.???* ?? Beedina notices In reading-matter type. I Baea or lam. lt: *i nonpareil leaded. 71 Ottom. Curt cd mtea for mora spaoe furnished an applies...

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

ANGLO-RUSSIAN TROUBLE. THE SITUATION REVIEWED. Amstel* ??))?< I'lwi Thai Mr Puta* La^iitui- Mad* a a saateai-Brt ,i.i> I otwarl Mevcaseai. (Hy cable to the Dispatch. 1 liiv-ti-ON, May 2.?*To-night the Anglo-Ruaaian situation ia one of un certainty. There is absolutely no war ?news, no peace news, and no news of truce. No one?-that is, no one out Bide of ministerial circles?is war? ranted in drawing any conc.luaion what? soever from this abnormal condition ot affair-. It should be Lorne in mind irtien summing up the situation that up to thc present moment Russia bas given the Anglo-Saxon reader not aa Hem of news. Russia has acted, has advanced, has waged battle, haa taken territory ; but Russia has raid ?nothing. Kngland has dene all the talking, haa made all the explanations ; hence it is thst thc t'nar has had no re? tractions to make. Hut Oladitone'a ueoeBsity for tusking excuses ans been bo supreme thst in the otfort to talk against blows last Monday evening he succeeded, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 May 1885

4 a iM LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE VIRGIS'lAS WIS. t*|? Pim Osmsiatmhis Utmr Woo bv thr KtWil'iM, !?.(.? les Ute Sa Mk* About fourteen hundred people wit? nessed ihc tirni La-tern l-csgue c'tiam pk-nship game at Virginia Bark yester? day afternoon between tbe Virginias * and the Norfolk Club, Prom the be? ginning to tbe end of the game the home leam had it their own way. The Virginia* opened thc game with two mus. ti reen wood got to Arat on bal.*, stole second and third, snd came home on Naeh'i- -aie hit. snd Nash, sflcr stealing two basts, was brought home by (ilenn's sacrifice hit. In the second inning thc vii.iti.tK scored their only run. Jacoby making a safe bit and croisirijt the bone-piste on Swarm's three-bagger. Greenwood, in tbe third inning, hit safely, stole second, and scored on I.e thetu's and Nash's sacrifice hit*. La Iham scored a run in the fifth inning on bis own single and Nash's two-bagger. Tbe two runs in tbe eighth inning were made by (JJenn on a hit snd two errors, and...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ti iiml.' MMIiKlf III .WI RimTM*-^^ TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 188.5. CTEBB CTTTOCTa OOFTa A' BSOLUTELY PURR. Uv AL Baa ag wa a aaa AKBMG Po'*,ot.%-SB''*i5*,'**J> ! [ooaiiyl C ii a *ii ii ki ".uiiii IINORI-- HALL, BAKATOOA SPRINGS. i , i *s Ml'iH Jl'NE ll TO OCTOIIER 1. rat-iw : lune and Heptemher, M per day; Joly. M and tate-, Auguat. |i.?e and ll. CLEMENT A COX. iToprletors. - . Baser, Manager raf D-3II ?THE WHITE SILPIHR SPRINGS. I '.Ki KN UKI RH i fil'NTY. -A'. VA, HIE MOST CKLKBRATKD ol ALI. I lil MOI'NTMN RESORTS, and one of (bc Ol DEM AM) M."Ki I'ol'I'I.AR UT AMI RICAN WAI I*-KINO-Kl.ACES. elli oasa ter tbe aaaaaa JUNE 1st. Elevs t i i. shove tidewater. s.OOOfeet ; au lr. mud inn: in on li ls I fis :l TOO feel. Mend f?r pBIU 11.11 iii's. iH.ihk hygienic advantag-a. mi Sin. MK EAKI.E. Superliiteiif1*?ni. BOARD Kill THE SIMMER AT lit ( KIHI rm Chesapeake tay. two miles east of Old I'..Int. Open MAY lim. lu tcruiK, Ac, apply lo MI'S. M. A. HKRRKRT. mrS-lni...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 May 1885

?-11. AIV II raviv*-* Vimuiv. MT TBS DISPATCB COST ANT. Tke DAT!.** DISPATCH ts dallvarad te aaaaaHbaraai rirrsBM obbtb per waefc. pay eatoto*hee-rvt?rwee**.i.v. Mell*--lBlH'**** aaanm; S> ww six montha; 11.10 tor thrae B-owlhs | lOe. tor ona Manta. Tao KKM l-W KKK I.T IMHPA1VH al IS par Bonus-., or ll Sar ala month*. ._"*so WKKK-T OiaPATCH at ll par an? num. ?at--rlpOon? in all eaasa eajahle tn ad rane**. ana no paper eon Un oed altar tha ox pUm*_o-ji of the ilma saki tor. Hand post orBee nim*. -artier check, or rcatstaraa 'lat? ter, furrency aant by malt will ba at tha risk of the solider. Mnte--tili-sr-.wiar-.ln- (hair post-offlea ohanaed must five their old aa wall a* their new t*-*rt-o(**rOe. Ham pie copiee flee. ?_?__-__??? AnVKKTIKIKU R ?iTKH. II A iv inCH OB (.-as. lOSBB....-.-* ** aUBMB-. .- * ?? ? Hmm.-.-. ? 5 ?tl_BSS..-. ? T0 1SUBMB.. ? *,? t monta-.-.-.? ? ?? ttaonttm..-? M <X? Heading not tees in rs-dlag-malter typo. S Hubs or laaa, \l; xt, nooj-areil leaded. TS o...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 May 1885

THE UTESSE CASE A rtCTOBY FOB TtBCntfA. 9m ??. Haast t?. ia in AfrO. lt**. St tte fVenit taart of Ike cstyef IbIbwibh., yrsyisf fat a mm to 11 af il tko Tiianasio td -Be day el* Stet Be Bad made tbe "hv law aa tnjtnaU ot ass Bi Ibstm waaia ti te tko Undia t-a-naf Wn in rrayod tor lamag noa* Hissed kr _# CcroBat Oeaet aad apea e wm af mer Sa toa Safir?i O-rtaf Ayy nie tk* jedf-Me* if tba lesser oaart bevan; lama atina ul. -fee -nae was Wo-nflS to lilt, conn Jwelie* Me-?rwv ta de-eeriag t_e iian?? of tbe tweet, .aid that tins Be? rni a cnaa ai win* hr a ?an tia st bi it ? utmurkt te oaeaaaJ the oAoan af lie Mau of t _x_ua aaen-_-aI]*r te reoerre iKiiOjiBsn bbsSbss) nf sbcbwy ia pa-neat at la?ss latea. it reenes wubin tbe ex? act urns of ike decisica of Ute asa..en t? nt Hat ewart a Aetoai rr. GveraWa. ss use-df te sr_k_ |?ia-*ff xs error ie maBtod te tte nanedy yrerided by tbe tart of-ia-aarv 14. IM Tbe jadf sent ot the Mttiresae Court ot Apjaeelt rptaa ts tbercfan affsBBiiI. Jaataoee...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 May 1885

m*UTB TO BURN A TOWN. w l rraklktit.-H-.Bii aa* Kal*** E**t*-*rs-t*-*r* *r a r*aaBsr*tl*e. A Muncie (In*.) special naya : There la B bitter fight between the Prohibi taeaiats an* tba saloon-keepers at Ra) Key, Jay county. Ind. For several month* peat there have been threat- on hath sides, an* for several daya peat Bfioayraoua letters have been received hy different parties patting them on their guard against the occurrence of lire. An BMarr-kce company in Milwaukee, tha largest holder of risks in the town, re (aired one of these letters. A few days ago attempt* were made to blow up the safe of Kllis'* saloon with powder, aod sever* 1 attempt-- to act Are to a saloon aaar by and property in different parts af the town have been frustrated. Great excitement exiat*. Yesterday all insurance policies in the town were revoked and money re? funded. All risks are tefused. The destruction of the village ia feared hy a better-planned attempt. Ked Key is a thriving village on the Lake Erie and...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 May 1885

? s*? ? * * -'..""'*",.,,', ; >?<???'?,? **Wt}af3 THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMRER. IO..WO. RICHMOND. VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6. 1885._THREE CENTS PER COPY. at wain sittssiB^^ i'VeKSONS PF.nI Kl Ni J K IIKALTIIV lt i.ih'ATKiN FOR BOARD daring ihe ., ? i . r ii ? nils* eau ?|;p'.y to Mas. N. M. . v., i . .1 : *m. t ln-fwiieaa* ami olin, ran ???, Aiia-'iiarie eouaiy. Va. Kine wator, arie r'sinty hot-.ee. StloaOon at the f.xii ?t peter ? mtpiifttaln. a thort U is! ame from ii.,* railroad. Dotty mall ami telegraph of ec*-ai (hesta) -i my e-4( (' 10NGRI88 HALL, SARATOGA SPRING.*). Oin HMM jink ii to october i. rait-*-: June and september, ta per day; July, it and IS.f.O; Augtiat. |;*t.*,0 an.l |4. til MF.NTA COX. Proprlelors. H. S. Ci rxB.tT. Manager. my*. -rm: winn si LPIH <t springs, I OREBN'BItlERConNTY W. VA . Till . SH *. rsi) OK ALL THK MOI STAIN llE-oRls. mid one of tin OLDEST AND .Mo.-.r poPPI.AH OE AW ERIC AN WATHHNO PLAOKH. .jil. for the a>-aaon JONE 1 Eleva ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 May 1885

iffiB RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBE DISPATCB COBPABT. 1-e DAILY DI HP ati'll la rt-**uvsr***l to JSr^sWarlharsat ri rrmtr-t cetrm per weak, par? able to lbs can-tar weekly. Malled st 86 par ennuin- fa fir sig mont til: ll.80 for three months; 80e. tor one month. The SKM l-W KKK LT I HM*ATOH st 1*1 per tswanm. ?r ll tor sis mobUia, Tha WKKKI.Y DlHl'ATCH at ll per an ?aas. (*m*ns**Tlp*lonB In all eases payah> tn ad? vance, and no paper nontlnuad afU-r the es Bltatton of the time paul tor. Hand poat oWkeo inonej -afsflri. cheeB. or rasrlsteree let tse. Owirewa/ sent br mall will ba ot the r_*os*the_-nd?r Hul-^rltrsrswlahlng their pcm -ottlca chang-*- most siva their ol- aa irell m t heir new poat-ofliea. Sample copies free._ AIIVKKTIHINO HATO* KAUl IMCH OM LBBB. tttflSB.-.-.-? _ ?*"? 8 tUnc*.... 8 Uims ... e tia"*- . ..- 1 00 l ?o a ro IS Hum*.-. ? ?0 1 month.-.?.-. * M 8 moorba.~. 98 00 Readlcg notices In rcadlng-inatter type. 8 lines er lem. ll; a, nonparall leaded. Tl eeo ta Card of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 May 1885

JTJKIOIIS AND FATAL FIRE. OVER THIRTY LIVES LOST. teliai-M *r Lanae Maaerat-taHee BalbHara, -,jiiw?4 by Fire-Paule Aaaens lbs Um ylsttta- Hilt t'ratbeS Iniu ike Kala*. |By telegraph to the DWeetob.* Nrw York, May ."-..?-Early thia rooming two houses, Nos. 55 and .17 Atlantic street, Brooklyn, fell with a rrsth. A number of persona are re? pelled killed and others seriously in* jured. The Abbott building-, on State atreet, ?which are let out with steam-power for tai ions manufacturing purpose*, to -?ether with the building in the rear, ?trere destroyed. The rear I.nil.ling was undergoing repairs, and one of the prop* under thc girders gave way, whin thc entire structure collapaed. Fire then communicated with thc front buildings, anti despite Ute efforts of the ?frrcmeii they were destroyed. Fifteen ?workmen are supposed to bc in the ruins. I lilli. LIT AILS OK THE DISASTER. The building dcntrojed waa very large, ead consisted of a building front in*; .ti Columhia stnet with two winga...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 May 1885

PETKRSBURG'S GRIEVANCE BTILL HARPING ON TEE SALE. TWO People Steal as Bs*** All ABeet the Ttveiale aedBarta Careliaa Rallreae Mei iee--4*'tlta?vli?tsi*. lOKt?S|tivvideiK'e nf the Rlcbenmd tiapelea.} PRTKB-STtt Kc. May 5. It's"). In the Circuit Court of Prince tJcorfe - eSunty. which began Its spring term to? day, there ia pending a suit of J. Y. Mcilwaine rt. C. H. ll. Tinsley, for breach of contract, damages being laid at |2..WHi. Several interesting legal qaectione are involved, arnon.; which is one of more than usual gravity : Whether aefoa! or direct profit is the measure of damages for breach of contract. Messrs. I>. A. Lyon ; John Lyon, of Richmond ; ind II. lt. Havis are counsel for tin plaintiff*,, and Meian*. Collier ai Build, and Peg-ram A Stringfellow, of Rich Mad, represent the defendant. The anea will be elaborately argued. Thc suits of Lewis snd Willisms (colored meob for#').0(?0 daraageo each against the Norfolk and Western Kail road Company, have been continued un...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 May 1885

'~*r,se\,.l*y.". RICHMOND DISPA ?crimi V M'MRER. 10..tsTil. RICHMOND, TA., THUBflPAT MORNlMv. MAY 7. 1885. THREE CENT* PER CX)PT. .al I ,^-a, .,,'.niM-si leesa I wes est isl am tm cut Efrain of tl* flffsw-rvsir Triged) lira ArrtNl of tin ve lins. ALLTHEKNOWN FACTS 1st!* IA af fcr-BBri sst* IrrstrtJ-Edsra \*m ni lastkM Urn. LILLIAN'S LIFE IN BATH. Tis Litter Ur Stboul Hsoar ii Uk lest t*u?> -I rirntla lad*. KER VIS-ITS TO lUCHMO-e-TD. Meets Tomm.e Here in Jaiaary and m March. TK E DEAD BODY FOUND IdtsiifW Firtl tu rank liyt aad Titre at. LiHiM MadiMm. APR* ST OF THOS J CLUVERIUS i that He Has Sssm Lillian i the Mont* -asl DISCIsC 'TE lil Ibu! it 1 Bovril nf Un (nv -Tis f;rfiirt. thr lucid-**' 1s. thf Projilt of a lirtrrimm TntiftM. fOl 000*1 PIOGEESS MADE. Wm tani Uni] lanni to Tn Qa> BBttt (HM. Y- - - TAP TO TN II V ?ond. -ibm;> af tb** Dirj-a'h ami I nee >.s* ersai tl > fell s Sig ? ? ? of thc Re nrvnir 1 rspi-dy list- bees pl it s* anrmises. ". ? u i si thee*** bb u...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 May 1885

NUS ITCHMOND DISPATCH. MT TEM DISPATCH COMPANY. The BAILY DIMfATtll ts ?*tlv*r*d to BBSmtihersat tn ttbbh cmttxn par we*B. pair* able k? th* terrier weekly. Ballad at le par ?Beam; tl for alt months; S1.S0txthie* Bseetbs; ae*. for one wents. Tb*HKMIV-v KKK IT IHmPATCH at ttpot annean, er ll Sn*tia mondia. Tba WBBKl.Y lUsrATOH at ll sar aa BB Sebserlptions in sit teaes parable le ed vasKva. aod ne paser continued after th* *i flrattoa of Hie Ilia* paid tor. Band post BlBoa money-milcr cheek, or raftstnied let tar. Oural)**- *ei.t bf mall will ba at th* Hskaftheserder sol-a-w-rl tiers wt-tnt ns their Bsat-evBii-t* eii*iiB?-*( most bi v* their ese aa wall as their n*w i*t*?t -odie*. Bampi* eopits ADV KUTI Ml.Ml HATKR ?ALT I BOM OB I.BB*. 1 tint* ,*??..-? W B Urnaa........~-.-.-..? l oo S timee. ?? *? Slime*.. .?. tlO ls ti mee..-.-. ? *? I month.-. ? M B montha.?.? *t 00 BaadlDR notice* la raadlng-maUar type, S lt ate Ot Ita* ll; to nonpareil leaded. TS sen ta. Chid Of rates for more s...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 May 1885

SOITHKRN BAPTISTS JN ANNUAL CONTENTION. ?rim Oav'? Pii-e-lBBB -lae Pt-es-me* ar I -<ii iwicsaies I asset a l.lvelr Dabste? rs-'-.I----Farels a ea* lissa* **llsal?a*. itspeelal telaaram to tba Dispatch.] Auodhta. 'i A.. Maj fi.?Tlie South em Baptist Convention met here to? day in the same church in which it was organised forty years ago. A large ?dele-ration, atxiut fifty of whom are from Virginia, and a large mininer of ?visitors were present. Organisation waa effected hy the election of the fol? lowing oflicers : I'residcnt, Rev. Dr. P. II. Mell, of (ieorgia ; Viee-l'reaid-ints, Rev. R. Jones of Virginia, Rev. Red lm Andrews ol Texas, Rev. Dr. J. C. '.'orman of South Carolina, and Rev. II. <'. Wallace of Missouri; Secretaries, Kev. Dr. l-insing Murrow--, of Augus? ta, and Rev. o. K. Gregory, of New Orleans. There was a long and able discussion <.n ihe (-uestion of receiving two lady delegates from the SUte Baptist Con? vention of Arkansas. All of thc speakers expressed 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. — 7 May 1885

; ?*? |-i**A**iT>scBir? rnoM sibbt paok.1 wee-lib expect to show that Cluvenu*, having betrayed lillian, bad a double motive for putting her out of lb* way. lt is rvrtaitrd lhat their sim will be le show tbat he wonted to marry another girl, and tbat he did not wish Lillian to scents bim to Mr*. Tunstall (their aunt). train whom be has property expecta troos. Therefor* murder was neces? sary--a murder too. that would seem la be suicide. Th* Dispatch, in spelling Lillian, fellow* tbe indictment. Some contend tbet tbe right spelling is Lilian. De? ceased spelt it Lillian. YSSTEBDA V'S PROCEEDINGS. Sta* Jar*** ?btal*e*~Ve*lta* racial fer 400 Mea. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning by request of counsel, who wished to con ault with bim, Cluverius was brought ap from jail to tbe court-house. He was put in a carriage and driven rapidly through tbe streets. Sergeant Lee ac? company ing him. Few people had gathered about court when he arrived and wa* tsken to the Sergeant's office. Tbcr* fo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 May 1885

??????9*ERr .aT-V-?' ?* '?"?'?'".??**?** RICHMOND DISPATCH. .Tt.vTT, xiT,het>r-T> mteo " RICHMOND. VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 8. 1885. ? THREE CENTS PER COPY. OK Only Twelve of ihe Panel So Far Secured. TWO OF THESE CHALLENGED. Venire Facias Issued tor 300 Men fer To-Day. The -intoner, in a carriage, was driven up to the City Hall about half jt-t lu o'clock yeaU-rday morning and wai soon in his accustomed scat be? hind tho bar. A little later his brother came, fat by him, and kept him coui psn>. They were both seemingly in lair spirits. They discussed, evi? dently, various people in the room, and at remarks of the brother the coun? tenance of prisoner occasionally bright? ened very much. Cluverius was dressed in his usual suit of gray, in winch he looks very nest. He stands the gaze of the crowd u ithout flinching. His air is tnt that ol defiance or indifference, but rather of confidence; yet not a confidence wholly free from apprehension. Home af his movements show nervousne...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 May 1885

il?*fS*f?ATCrl u -JeSreeei ts .-l*nrrK*ac-sr*viafeif weak. pr_r? jfasMMewrt-rweeSr/. ttoimd at ie per ?buib', ts Ibr sm BHNitha; ft.ao for three SMn-ha*. toa fOrc-ne month. TSa Sf-Ml-WKKK LY lilHPATCB at BB ear Wanam, or tl Sw Ma u-i-witT-a The WKfU-LV lilHPAtVB at at per Bn SSSS. St-snr-lptiot-. In all cbbm paysi-e In ad Sance. Bod no |* i*e> c?mflnoe_ after I He ex ftmtkm nf the ilise paut for. Rend t**?t aaace roi-Bey-ee-lei cheek, or raatetered let? ter. iNjirency aeui t.y mail will tie at ths r*a*4tof thBBBader. *sniM-e1t<>--<rswlshltia their pea, ogee diana**- most give tltatr old bb well Mttielr mw peat-oQce. Maniple eopUa tree. ______ . ADVSST Wi NU ITuVTMS. Ma_r ihch oa uro-. ltiBie.-~-*l frO ? tim-*-..._*.- t ?? a times..-. ? *? 0 tiroes. ? *tl la times..?. * ,t' 1 -HmtS.-.-. * M 0 mouthe.?*? bb Baadlna iKii-eas tn i-atllna-ma((er type, S linea or lesa, ll; Mi an-paretl leaded. TB aasfs. Gotd or fates for mora spare fnruiahad an Bppl leal loo._, All letteiB and...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 May 1885

THE EASTKKN PW)BLEM. MB. GLADSTONE CRITICISED. t.raat Olaa.ilalarltaa WIlA IB* Arlina ?ns** tK??tiah Q?t*ra*j*nat-ta*aa** Pratts l**ss gtr^a-rratsetteoii I* ParlUUBaat. (By eat.i* letha D?*ratcb.| London, May 7.?The opinion ia saining ground here and in Europe that the Government's arrangement is is a word a complete surrender to Russia of all points she has demanded. Though the more moderate Conaervativee con? demn Lord Kai dolph Churchill's sn desvors to oppose the war credit, the probability of defeat for the (iovern? ment is talked of in many -quarters. Th* Momuiij I'ott agrees with Lord Churchill about Hie urgent need of ousting thc ministry, and says : " Eight independent members might have turned Cladstoae's majority of fourteen into a minority. After the terrible cvcits of the past week will they be forthcoming?" The Standard aays tbe dignity and powers of Russia and England were em? bodied in (ieneral KomarotT and Sir Peter Lumsden, snd that M. de (iiera wil! take car* that...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 May 1885

DBB-CATTON miLCISES TBE RICE MURAL TARLBT. M iBleveetlas Oft* ai I alan ThealeaieBl S>aal??r-|-rr-s?leet' *<*r***tlM-B--Mea~] af TU***?fvrse-p-l. ||CSriv?p-*a-itWn--e of the |T_>*limonti Dhipatch.l IIamiipkn-Siunky, May 6, 18*'.'.. Yesterday the anniversaries of 1885 . ot tba Ttaokyiesl Seminary, located ira thia villa-**-*, began. Thc att-j-Bdanc**, af tke Ir'iMct**.*. ia full. The Rev. Dr. Bellock, of Washington, fr. C., pre aides. Tlie committee on exam inst ion kare hc-fii in session several days, and. ira addition to their report of the oral aad written examinations of the several ela***** (and thc reports were favorable), they hsve matured a largs amount of besinesr- for the corporation. The ex perimen! of having thc u-mel official an? nas! report a printed early in April and placed with the trustees is sticce*s fut. Thc Rev. Mr. W. E. Mcll woin ami 1$. V. Hall, Esr*.., of North Carolina, qualified as uer trustees. Tlie (mumu! absence of thc Her. Dr. Kirk? patrick, of...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 May 1885

RICH WHOLE NUMBER. 10.56?*. RfOHMOND, VA., SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 9. \m. THREE CENTS PER (X)PY. m /v____tMt ./I "~ll||i5_______^^^^^ TliorsANDS HASTENED TO THEIR (.RAVER. |ty relying ?n tratl mon tala written tn vi? vid gicwlnt language of ainu mtraenlow rare* lt*aile by aim* largely |mtT-*d-*_p doe (?-r or palen! medicine baa hastened thoa aa ada I <? their Brave-; (he reedere lia vine alain*! Itptttir raiih that Ihe tame mtraate a-H! be perform*-- rm them thal tbeee teat! airai lal* mr-ni ion while tbe ao-eatled rive.ll ciar ia ail tbe lima hastening them to their grawa. Although a-e han*. IHorSANDR 1 i*ON~THOl*aANIg|!!! ol ieee mon lat* of Ute moot w.mderfnl eurea, tai Hy aentna. we do not publisb th.-in, eather do not make the curra, lt la our medicine llfrp ltd lera, that make the cure*. ll ba* n. ur failed, and never ran. We will give ref err nee to any one for any disease ?!iii at lo iiielr ..an If deeited. or will refer lo* ny netthbor. aa there ir. not a uelahbor a tat- k...

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