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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT THE DISPATCB COBPANT. Th* BAILY Ul***'ATC H IS ilellvere- ta Ootnaciibarsal r/rraax msnpsrwwk, pajr Bbl* to th* ear Mer weekly. Mallee! si $*. *>sr annum; |8 for ali mont tia: ll.SO for Ibm* ?on)hs. soe, ffiron* mantta. Th* UKat I - ty KKK I.T UtHPATCU at fat pet B&nnni. ur tl for sis mont ha. Tb* V KK.K1.Y DIM'ATl ll at ll per sn uara. Se-tarrtptlciDa in all ra*a* par*hi* Id ?_ *aa< *?. and no paper noni Inured aftei th* *X ptiytton of th* Um* paid fnr. Hen.! post? al Ai** mo??y-artier. rh*e_. or reaUttereS let _Sr. Cmr*ner**nt ky mall will b* al th* rtek of tliesen.ler Hu I-ter I Ire rs wlshlna their post-orrie* chanaeU muat air* their oil aa w*lt as their new poat-offlo*. ("ample coplec ft**. ADVKBTJSINO BA TIS. half mea oa i_*aa. 1 Hm*.?? *? B tlrosa. I ?? 8 Uanea. ?* ?? 8 tim**. ? T0 llUma..?. a 80 1 month. ? tt 8 month*.aa oo Read I na not lc a In read! ns-mat t*r type. 8 Un** or lesa tl; ta nonpareil leaded, TB SBBJBB lard of rates for mot*...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 May 1885

^V'atson pre lay delc |. M.* Forbes N. Hard* lluglies. Jr., S fe old^ north state. fHE EPiscopa i. < -o y v p. nt ion Sar-Braelee **t*tu trtm the Tobsrrs - free-Miii* aeauias IK.*** Ts- Bceich ? tolur. ll. Tfi., ,.r mUpPet. IRpeolal telesrarn to tim Dlspetch.1 Ralkioh, n. c., Mky 14.?The Kpiscipal lonvention of the Diocese of *-?st Carolina assembled t-cstcrday at Kinston?Hit-hop A. A. ?iding. Many clerical a Rates wore present. Her. "tbs chosen president; inp. secretary ; He*,. N.i assistant secretary. Kcjrortfi from varioa^Roctions of thc Watc show that thj*/Tol?v-c<>plantH aro being act out /Srffuilly, anti that tits prospect!- ?^?(?^.t jj-ht. The screage will ?how majjflrui increase over last year '*? ^fl-ySapB thirty counties, Mstt. 1'atisoiii Peterson, of Sampson rounty, is the successful competitor in the examination for thc West-Point ca tlctship from the Third congressional il tint ; W. S. Sheet*, of Fayettcrille, alteniBte. Owing tn business depression thc C'reat ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 May 1885

A MMK-PLAGIJE. BEA Y Y I. OSS IN LI 'NENil I R 0. P? BSHreMlal 1 rem rn* tit Vrl IM--???te*. f-iftilmi-t Katee- ?*s.lcal r-litlrsl tr? et-Seat The Ksilrsa* taretttsatise. ITonvapontlenre of Ihe Hlchmoitd Inspatch. I'KTIvKsri li*;. Va.. May 14, IMS. A correspondent writes from l.unen* burg thst the destruction of stock in that county hy thc disease which ha** recently boen prevailing in this section "kan baal very great, ami that within the past ninety days fully M per cent. /of tbe stock in tao county has died. The j disease has not been conlincd to any J locality or cotulition, ami no treatment bas been discovered to successfully rontl'ai it. There ha* also Wen con? siderable loss of celtic in other counties. The I-ox-sheet for o.ir second great musical festival wxs opened thisI nimrn itig, and before noon over four hundred reserved ?*eats had been sold. One half of the parqeette has been reserved for Kk-hmoml. So anxious were some par? ties to obtain choice scala that they went to...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 16 May 1885

THE RICHM DISPATCH. I UI.RK ai^HMOND, TA- v*_TrtU?AT Mor.MM-. MAT U |<**\s. THREE C_L_-I1S KU OUT. _e*r_a*V * ?* -e .* . mt -?_ pf,".? :,? a ri-. ; ? ' 1 fl ! I I" -mi - ,m. t . E -"ak. _H ?._"? :.r Ul?. kBka, ? ?m-ir-Na, ? r-__. ' .uni*, ii ? il. :| tbr . mema.; kui - -tilt- a|' ' : ~" ' r . , > , ? . V 1 1 . . t - X I ' 1.1 'tl . titi I t I ll I I ll? ' a-r Se*- " i i i - ? ? - :. - * Inn. i m. t.af** e*f ttl ft L] * . ' i. - . ? m.i or * lt,-* * -m*.-,. n**? ? ' . V I - Hilt ? I - - a??? 1*1 * liol" ll : _?__?_M . X, ? * .lai.ua tat ?**??*. MmbBI-i Al IW I. "i-l ( Ht*?_?51 a SS-HLE al.Pl ? d-BB-E. -MBpontlaai i ? . . i -;? w li' B__ra_( n 1 i1::;.! - >..:t. "HL-TUl WllTHK. ' - .* ... - ? ? u*; niic-i iud Sultan-anti -Iraar Bat ii HUtiHiuiK ai 1 ii- ia* lieu-':} ni hnu*. i'll BBs_n a: -.-.nu- it un -i-u'. B_b_i ttit 7?__ i ii Lama, ant "*"**Bb_BBj ea-ef tih -.iit.iii ??:. baas altnad Bt M- It-Sr i v u ii-oii-rii'. ii J.i-hinnilli, ttl'.; tl! 1.!' " Bs-BB iiucars baa vKiii...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 16 May 1885

ft THE KCHBfOND DISPATCH. ET THE IO.'PATCH COMPANY. Tba HAILY PlNi'A-VH ?s de'ieered lo SOtaterHterealrirTi'i r-cs-o??iter-reek.pay? able io Uta carrier weekly. Mailed at IS per antwan; tl for six monili?: ll.Rt* for three B>nntha: 50c. ttroas monti-.. flkOBl Mi-w I i Kl.Y |il**PATi.Hsttiper annum, <*r ll Ionia BMalka The WKKKIA nim'ATOH al ll per au? min.. Kui wert pilous in all caeca r*yehle In na eat.ee.anti no paper eontlnu.il after the ex? piration ot the Baao paid for. Kemi pnst 08W inoncy-*?n1.'T. check, or rciflstered let? ter. Currency aeni ?*?*/ mall will be at the rBk of I he een.ler su later! Itera wiatt Ins their ptnt-nftice S?aajed must jive th?lr old aa voil aa their new ptwt-omee. Hemple copies Bee. _ AIlVP.?RS?IO RATBB. HAi.r if. n 6BI_?t 1 time ...** fl Sltmca.- I ?? S timi-. I -*0 S tiros?. ? ?? ISllro-n. ? ??? 1 month.. ? BS Snionlba.?"? ?? Rca tl I ns notlc a in rea*1n?-matter type. I linea or Ieee, ll; In non-?reil leaded. Tl senta. (lard of ratee for mor...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 16 May 1885

E WAI THE *AK IN CANADA. tSURRENDElt Of IIALF-RREEDS All Cir, a. ritter Alt,-r*_Mlcl*. Mi*. Ra* Bart That Ther W ere r.rr-S |ale ,h* R,b,|* Ilea. IBy "etapapk to ti>s Btopaaah.1 ?**'? Lah.. Minn., Mar 15.?Thc jHopatck's Winnipeg "p?"-ial from Haiku Crattbg, dated May 1 Uh, MMJt : A mMMbtppj conner iianie<l Tait aimed from Pfgggg _0Mit during the "*'--*?'l - Hg repot t. everything quiet il.ci c. Captain Moore, who was -Aom?!,.,l in ldc RbdI* iBlig fir-'it, had 1 lg leg Btnjilltalcal li few tlays Mg, He is in a cntital i ,ii lu nm. and fears are fi tcrtaincil that ga may not recov? er. Tait al-o report- that half? breed* atc a-riiim- at (Jt-ncral .Mid? dleton".*, camp gad surrendering in _Bp BBBkbgfS, Tin y all say they were 1 r,,.) into thc rebellion. Ol?rigg No _B is lalatncil hy all as thc in.tirrator of the rcM.lt aintn,.- ihe half-hrcedH, ami Moiikiiittii sn tin* lagtgjpglgg among the Ind?na. 'lin* bediea of forty rebels BBre heen fouml ..ii the field, fifteen of which arc ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 16 May 1885

THE NATIONAL GAME. THREE IN SUCCESSION. Tb* Viral*!** SVat tht -satisaals thc I Mr* liaras Herr. Bu is Tws. Another large crowd, niimli-cring al'out 1,K00 persons, with one hundred or more ladies, witnessed the last of thc three fames between the Nationals and tbe Virginias at the latter's park yes? terday afternoon. The sun was shining brightl-/, hut the weather was just warm enough to lie pleasant, am! was especially propitious for hall-playing. ?? IMay " began just a few minutes be? fore 5 o'clock, the home boys at the bat. Powell and Fulmer formed tbe Nationals', and Kimber and Talc the Virginia*' battery. Tba visitors succeeded in blanking the home bots up to tbe seventh intiin.. while they, on ihe contrary, made one each in tlie third and sixth. At this fnnnt, however, the boys began to hit rowell, and in ihe eighth completely rattled him. Pyle, first to thc bat, was retired on strikes. Greenwood made a two-bagger j latham followed with another, bringing Greenwood in ; Nash 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. — 17 May 1885

--Ba-BBBBB-BBBI THE RICHMOND DISPA S WHOLE NUMBER. _0.:>70. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 17, 188.5. THREE CENT8 PER OOPT. *?? -_... ... SM ? SS Isl BM ?_SSISO . ? _-_v. ...? WWW ooo rk.ru WWW WO OR W W W W O Oft tr vt * a- ti o KRRR ww ww o ctn W VV ll OK W W OOO H A AA A A BBItR R K R R liKKI. R H R R R H OOO O O I. o o o ooo I UK I .KA DR RS (SS' l( l( a MM MM HUB rv.O RRR OOH ll AA M M V( U ? BK H K O SUM AA VI V -I M Billi IB RRR () c ll ll AAA M M M H K V KR.. tm: h ii a a m a a nan bbb r r? AA NS A A N N N I) D AAA Villi D A AK KNDUB Inrepnrrt loCARl'KTH. now is ****** t-BBB to I WK bb* Waal t-r.r Now ?'I KINCKSS. Ital I* st and (dca Kaw is your lime t'- ba] aaa "f our ItKKItl works. They aro guaranteed to give wit Ju KA UV-CA Ititi Ad KS. moue oj our cunio and ton tt'll t.c Muted, tam Iii mind. in nu lia a co., r,' '.'? FAsT lllli.AI. Vt ll KPT. I2C Wolli II fi rm 11 m.. i a lt Pirti, skhia, -te, WK ARI !'('NKII?KNT. AF TKR rtn expel lenee ol forty year* ll) tlieH UN...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET TEE IO SP ATOM COMP AMT. Tha HAILI DINPATCH ta dallverad to Bntsscrthereat rt t-t s-rs rttsni*-*r week, pay? able lo Ihe carrier weekly. Mailed at Ot pot annum; ga for six mon tits; gl.SO ft?r threa Bionths; soe. Strone mantb. TBeHKMI-WKKKI.YDIrlPATtmalfSpar anniriii ,.t ?i t, ,t .1. h.,mt hs. Tba WEER LY DISPATCH at ll per an* ?nm. Ruhemptkms in all eaass payahla In ad? vance, and no paper continued after ihe ex? piration ia* the tiree paid for. He nd poet ottc* mrmey-wrder. check, or rwtlatered let? ter. 1-rtrrei.c-r sent Wy mall will he at tha rtakOt t hr sender, su bawl bara wishing their jost-office chained nitwit give their ol* aa veli aa tbalr new i??t oftice. Sa tuple eopies free. _ ADVKRTISINO RATKH. IUIII'.Kl.-.t* 1 tin-e-.??? -*? g times 1 oo S tlmea. * *?" Slimes . 9 ?? IS Itme-s . B fl0 1 month. ? ?? S moaU?-.-.*? ?? Readme notices io read I na-matter type. ? linea or lesa tl; to nonpareil leaded. TB Benia. Card of rates for mora space furnishe...

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 May 1885

IATK KORKNJN NEWS. THE SITUATION REVIEWED. I tv Vr.Hi le lbs ? aellth I eMaei -Mr. far an' aa- IB* "r*t?h t rlrrtr. Ai ( lt erklaara'a te (Be I rsi.i. flt) elite to the Dlspetcli.t ItiM'ON. May lt).?Thc quarrel in Ihe tainan over tho advisahility of re? newing Ihe Irish crimea art came to a hoad this afternoon. A minority of the Ministers, headed hv eloscph f hatiiht r lain. chairman of the Kean) of Trade, advocated the ahandonmont of tho act. This minority waa finally ovcrliorne, and tho tioternmont have decided to *************** e renewal for two years of tho a.t lu inoditied form. The Pamelht! I are tina evening indig? nant at ihe Government far thia decision. They have privately *_-_-** tho Ministers that thc effect of an attempt to renew thc act even in Brreat'y-nniti'-alcd fenn will he the throning of the mtlucncc at tho BoBBB Ilulo vote ot tho English constituent tc ?with tho oj.position. Ministerial ar? rangements have hoon made to hrmg tho prc. nt parliamentary session to ...

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 May 1885

m ii Forof retails (liven by Her I nfl.'. Mr. john Walker. LILLIAN AT THE EXCHANGE. t ?r. Airttrr IfVntiftn Priwwr at Ihr Hu W!io(ol!fil in January. When Judge Atkins took tho hench at 10 o'clock yesterday morning the priioner waa not in his seat. Ile waa with hia counsel in the Sergeant's of? fice consulting. The Judge waited for hun a few minute*, when Cluverius, Judge ('ruin'.. Mr. Evans, and Mr. Col? lard raino in and seated themselves in their usual places behind the har. Blr. Jada W*ifa*r <l*Hl**f Millan In answer to questions of Mr. Pol? lard this witoesa said : My father is in right good health apart from being paralyzed in his lower limbs. He moves about, but except in the summer hardly ever leaves his room. He slips about on bis hands. His mind is in good condition. He is particularly fond of company, and as a general thing we take company to his room. I think that on the 10th of July my father and all of us were together with Cluverius in the sittiug-room of the old pa...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 May 1885

?___?__?_____!_ THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE MM BER. 10.571. RICHMOND. VA., TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 19. 1885. THREE CEWtJ gjBB OOPT* -?? The Fa [ors Taken from II Provi-d in Court Yt'Nlenlav. MKS. DICKINSON TESTIFIES. 5br ' liffatiftra thr ItothtRB 0/ Ihr Df ff-itnl Woman. Ihe ir* ni thc Cluverius (Kla'veer*) cafe took a walk in the western part of the eily on Sundagr mornin*;, and then rt Inn,'.I lo their <|itarters at the Y.x chance Hold, a here they remsinetl the rest of the day. They i ame into court at !<? o'clock venter-Jay morning look? ing few? ami hrifrlit. The prisoner a*> ->iareil aleut tin usual. All the coun? sel seemed strengthened l.y tin* Salt Wat li ?? rest for the han! work before limn ?_1 wuk ami the aext. Colonel Aylett ami Mr. rollanl spent Sunday at home, ami leaked the better for their trip. Henrie!la Wlmhiieh lantlninwl . TeJudge .'rump's quootionBi I can't tell yoe who occupied OH b tabes Miss Madison i ann-or alter oho left. Iliad just roine to wor...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 May 1885

THB RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET TEE 1Y1SPATCB COMP AMT. Toe BAILI I'WAT-CH B HellYem*. to a?*?trtl*-emat rt rraw rants jterar-*-. pajr akta to the carrier weekly. Malle*! at pt per anrtttat: f* tva ala montha: 11.60 for three aaonUm: ide. tm one meath. The St-.V !? V KKK I.T I'WPATCH at IS par annum, or fl tor ms month*. TBe WKBBI.Y D1HPATCH at ll par an? num. Ho-t?nptloni, in ail emtum parable la un ranee, and no paper eootinuort sitar the ex piietlon of the ti Me paid tor. Hand peal O?ce iittaiey -arder. ehSftk. or retlsterea let tor rtirreiie) aenl t.y mall will ba at tko rtak of tha sender ftohacribe?wishing their poet-office chan**-**! tn nat gira their oM aa wail m their new poat-oflloa. Harople ooplea AUVKBTIHIBORATICB. n A ur i uni ott unto. 1 tlaaa.-.--?*? eo euaoaa.^.** ? 00 B tltn-a .?. 1 ?0 S Mme? _.?.~-.?. ? TO lstlmea. ? eo 1 month. ? ?? Sa-ontha.??? OO Bm?Inc noll**? In readins-matter typo. B Ilma or Ibm. ll I lo nonpareil leaded. TC ?eats. Card at rates for moro apace taro...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 May 1885

HAIRSTON TERRY LYNCHED Ii A SO ED WITH A WEU*-ROPE. Aa kr**** naas af U**t*r* Marae??a Takr ,i,r I aw lal* Taelr Obs MaaSa ead Ai ru*' Jua-'- neath. [?.pa*lal lalsftasa to the Dlapat-B." I,ii!BBTy,Va?Mbj 18.?Our usual 1\ peaceable and law-abiding town and < o-tniiuit" have been plunged into ad? ditional sorrow by the lynching of llairston Terry by a bodj of unknown mon. About half after 2 o'clock this rooming a band of forty or filly maaked men rode up to the jail in this place sud. after securing sdmittaace, went into Torry's room and took him ont ami Bun*: him to a tree on the hill south of aad in sight of town. The statement of Saturday paaied off. sud many thought there would be no trouble. However, the funeral ser? vices of Jster took place yesterday at bis old home, some twenty miles south of this place. It was perhaps the Isrgest crowd thst ever attended the funeral of any man in ths coanty?that is, outaide of town. .Jeter was eiceedingly popular. Ile was the tobacco-plant...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 May 1885

ti mmi (Mitt. Mtctcli of the ProtcsUnt Episropal (-?roh of Virginia. .HE nKOWTHOFACENTlRY. Itt Wrd?|it, nm-m-a. Chnirlw*. ruh\\t liitUitiona. ami SttlfUit-a. lb. Centennial Council of Use Pro tealant Episcopal Church of the Diocese af Virginia will assemble in St. Paul's church, in this city, on W-*dii-**day of this week, and will he presided aver by Right Rev. f. M. Whittle, D. D., IJL1'., bishop of ttte diocese. The business meelings of the body will probably coniinue through Saturday. when tbe formal adjoununent will take place ; hut the ezcrciKes of tbe Council will not Le brought to a cIom- until Sun? da/ night next. Much of the time of tba Council will be occupied in the transaction of the current business of tbe Church ; hut the programme for the meetings embraces several features which will be of unusual interest. The opening sermon will bc delivered by Right Rev. A. tl. Randolph, assist ant bishop of the diocese, on Wednes? day morning. At night a missionary ?tass- meet ing...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NIMHER, .0.572. RICHMOND. VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20. 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. a m m wittim Sball Mts. Dickinson bc AIIowm* to Tfsfif) as to ID Envelope ? TOrVMIE'S LETTERS TO LILLIAN Hf Lani Hrrilr ima Lilllf Plnnon'h ia for Month of Mnrrti. The court mel soon after fl o'clock yesterday morning and quickly there? after the jury were sent from the room. while (.ititi*.-! j.iocceilcil to arctic hot ailiiiiM.ilii.ity of a question proposed by the represcntives of the Commonwealth to Mr*. Dickinson in reference to a letter mailed to Lillian and falsely purporting to haTt* been written by a former schoolmate, who invited Lillian to come to Richmond and accompany ?* Mrs. Herl-ert " to Old Point. I UK KI'SK. This letter was the basis of the ruse by which Lillian induced Mrs. I Mckin? non to penni! her to visit Richmond in March. Thc letter, it ia belicTed, is in the handwriting of Lillian, but Mrs. Uick inn.ti tl,mks that it caine in an envelope address...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 May 1885

t THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. jr TEE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tha UA11.V DUPATCH tl OsltTaretl lo eat??iheraat rirrawt ca-tnt i?er weak, par BM* to ute carrier weekly. M?U*Mt at M per Mtaam; $1 for Ma mouths; li.io tor turee aaoritha* SOe. forone month. TheBB-l-WFEKl.T DIHrATCHatBS pot Bnun-i). or lt tar si* rnootha. The ~**KKK?Y UlBBATt-t ?t ll per an aaaa. Baumiptiona tn all eases parable In ad V*nc*i. arid no paper oowtlnaed altar th* ex? piration ol Ui? mee pt?i?l for. Hand posl o_<*? moneytrder, check, or retiiateratJ let? ter. Currency sent hy mall wilt be at tha rtsBof thettender. Hotratartbeta wittietint their *-*_t-ofti<v* chattg.*- mu-t gi vt* tbslr o? tm wall m their new pi-Uoinc*. Marnpie ooplea Mmo. _ AUVKBSTIftlNti KAT-? half won oa i?aa. I ilma_.?.-? M a times........??.-?? *? ?? SUmtav.. ?B0 sumta-...-.-. ? T0 IIUBM..? ? W J ant-nth.~.-. ? ?? B Monti-.- ** ?? ?rr ff rs nour ? In nwdlng-niaf ter type, S ttmrn or taaa, $11 tn Dt-pareil leaded. TS seats Om. ot -alee tor boot*...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 May 1885

NORTH CAROLINA DOCTORi. STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY. Aaaasl Merila* al DarBa*s-t?rs* Attra*. mmce-lr*t*r* BraS-BalslM tUe ->ia-i**r* ? t tks Pr*frMten. [Hpae-I taleara-a to tts DU rat*-* bi Di-rium, N. C.. May I0.-*Thc North Carolina Stats Medical Societj convened to-day. Dr. W. C. McDtiffis. president, calling tbe meeting to order at 12 M. Prayer was offsred by the Rev. W. S. Davis. Jsmis S. Manning, Esq., delivered th? addreaa of welcome, extending to the Society the hospitalities of the town in a brief speech appropriate and ex? cellently express*!. The i i'ii.n.ittet-a upon Credentials and Kinanre ware announced by tbe president. I)r. Wood offered a resolution, the object tf which wan to place the 80 *a?IV _ requirement* of memr*er?hip in full accord with the latest legislative eaactment*.. It wa* adopted. Adjourned to .3 P. M. Thc evening session opened with tha president's address. Dr. McDuffle'a theme wa.** M The Raisin-; of the Stand? ard of the Medical Profession by Ex? ercisi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 May 1885

KOTTOWAY'S SENSATIONS. WA S THE ROY li UBI ED A Lt VS ? TB* lat* Jearelrv **?*_?-*? aa* 8*8 ' ?? Ot Ik* Bear* Cr'apla- P-t-rrOara "s*-"*-* Uris*. lf>n-e*i*oi.ilenf** of t*t* Woo mema inopateb. | PKTKRfiiii hu, V'A., May 19, Is*''. lt it barned from Notioway county thal C. K. Haydon, who several days ago ran off from Blacks-and-Whitc* With about #700 worth of watches, iewelry, Ac. helonging to Mr. W. C. Kobincoii. of that place, but who was arrested with all the stolen property in his r?os?wsflion at Appomattox depot. haa bren travelling and working under sc vt i al ahas-*, and from thc informa? tion received from various quarters about him be is believed to be an ac ctJBnplisbed handler of "-ther people's property. It is said that he made a determined resistance to the officers who arrested him, and attempted to ore a pistol that he had taken from Mr. Robinson's store. When brought back io Notioway bc msde full confes rdon of his guilt, and expressed willing ae*8 to suffer thc pe...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 May 1885

r"' .%-r ? j^^M ?HBM^n|Ht*aH?a-a__HB-_-__i THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.573. RICHMOND, VA.. THI f.SDAT MORNING, MAY 21. 1885. THREE CENTS PER OOPTa HIE [mull LETTER. Bin Thst Brouizht Lillian to Nil hmo nd In March. THAT TORN NOTE. rmifnliftn Tn inf tn Lay thf Foundation for Itt iRtnidRftlon. Judj.-c Atkins yef.ter.lay mornin*< r( tillered a decision adverse to thc pro? ton of Ihe rcprcsentativea of the Commonwealth that Mr*. Dickinson Bini Willie should he allowed to gay if the Tt'.pahannock postal-card, admit? tedly thc writing of accused, is the same an Iht- handwriting on the enve? lope addressed to Lillian which con? tained the Miss Curtis ("Old Point ") litter. Ile thought that they were not competent witnesses as to handwriting; hut he said Mrs. I'kkin ****?_ might testify as to the contents of this letti r. lill KI til MOND rOftTAMI. Thc .jiiestion then aro?e as to whether thc Court would allow Mrs. Dickinson to say what were the contents of th* two postal-card...

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