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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tue DAILY I'lHt'ATCM la Ostlrioma to Bntwerloersat nmtrt rrt.-4T*iper wees, par ante lo Dis carrier weekly. Mallett al aa pee annnut; |S for six months; |l. SO tor th rea months: itv. tarana m??ith. T?eBKMl-WKKKI.TI?IM*ATCiTat|aper annum, or li lorri* meei Mm, The WKKkl.Y 1MHPATCH at II per an? num. Bnl-serlpUona m all emmta payable ta ad vane*. en.1 no paper continue*) after the as? piration of lite time pt*itt tnt. H. tel post olBee monty-arder. check, oe reatalere** let Bee. IV?eney sent ?_?? malt will be at the rtskof the sender Huli_s,||K.ni-?-l(-ilnf ihelr post-office <-i.asr.ic.~l must f've thflr ol4 aa WaB tut thalr new pmt-oflh-e. Bampleeoplea ? ADVKKTIMIMJ KAT-B. B**?r ison oa i?bb. 1 time.~? ,0 atlniea..- J ?? 8 lime-. ? ,0 Slims**. *10 ll times. . ? tt0 t month.--. ? **? S moiitlts.?" ??? ?? Heading nolie s in reading-matter type, S lines or lesa, ll; In nonpareil l?*4ed. Tl Belita. CBt- of rates for more space fnrntabed...

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

THK PISTOL IN HALIFAX. ANOTHER SHOOTING AFFAIR. Alettmter Hst'. SwitwnslV WsssScS bv i. M. Beat-* Nsmh-r sf abeu FlreSby Bsa rs Miss. |tV-rnw|*ondeiie*ofUieRlehm.?dlnsr-t-h* St tr th Ho**Tn*4, May 19, USE. I sent you a telegram on the lsth piving an accoui\t of the killin-* of Joshua Ridgeway by Leslie Thacker in thia county last Saturday, and now have to rejiort another case af "hooting. A week or ten dava ago Mr. J. Alex? ander Yates, of Halifax Courthouse, had a quarrel with Mr. Joseph Heat, non of Mr. VV. S. Knit, of that place. Ycster <lay e*. ening Mr. John H. Kent, brother of Joe. saw Mr. Yate* at the post-oflice (Mr. Yates is the postmaster at Halifax 4,'ourthom-e) amt told him he had not treated his brother fsiily and had ablive.I lum more tain he deserted, end? ing by inritlag Ystes into thc Ktrei t, ullin they could settle tlie matter. \ an l did not c me out, snd Kent went up the Ktnet t" tho drugstore of Mr. Vi. ii. Htd'lttlr. In s few HMM nt* he was calli.1 out by V...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 May 1885

? T1.EVE.EKANSM.0ME. ITS FORMAL DEDICATION. Toe It-testa af Lee Came R-eHee--tai--** ??*??* tammaetet, Peru, leaim la br (kr Bia* aad ?!>? I.ra*. Belora 12 o'clock oa yesterday crowds begun to assemble in front of "?*? Veteran Hall, " on brood slreet, and to line thc street* along the proi*osed line of mart h. An the veterans assembled it was pleaxant lo note arnon-" them many of our roost prominent professional and business-men, and to see on their face* a look ol satisfaction that their work aroa lo be inaugurated under such auspicious circumstances. Ihe procession formed flt 1 o'clock oa Broad street between Sixth and {?even!h in the following order : .Stuart Home Guard. Captain Allen ; squad of policemen. Captain Palate, i omroand lbg ; drum corp.* ; Lee Camp. I ieneral John H. Cookecnmmanding ; Winklci's H?nd ol thirty BJ8C8B { Aaron Wilkes Poal. 0. A. I... Captain Beach com? manding ; Phil Kearney Post. Sergeant Mannin-jcommanding; Yoclker's Hand; First Virginia regiment. C...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 May 1885

r^":v*cr*^if5f?f!W5 * >',->>*:uj.V.y-?.>n,.-r-r*,-.^ ?_ *-v THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ivf.nl tv NlTMItl.lt. IO..74 RICHMOND. VA., FRIDAY MORNINO, MAY 22. 1885. THREE (.EXT8 PEI- OOPti LILLIE AND TOMMIE rroof That tia- Two Wm at Mw Ilk mt i Otlifr n?m Flcrr on thr I ttl". NEW FEATURE> OF THE CASE k|p Ukin feiiidrriax a__JS.-M.it'' of "thrTtm lotr." 1 lt (rial goes on with ia rather thsu diminishing interest, and the expedient of requiring tickets of ad tin*.aka st the door han but little le** smfil Ihe crowd in attendance. The demand upon Judge Atkins for them is ( onstant. and it is rare that he refuses to she one. So the court-room is now alway*- parked pa~kcd until the air is almost iinlireathahli?and the .Judge has already begun to consider in hia mind thc propriety nf putting sonia thick 8MB admissions. The uki .-ity of the case will do doubt . onsjx 1 the annoiiii.. nient of a new rule before long. Tbs pri*oii(T kit-its ??cool " in Itn'ly and mind, apparently, but t...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET TNE DISPATCH COMPANY. ttm ..A1I.Y 1>I***'A.V1I la dellvero* to aaOaorthei-iat rtvrrit.-ii_**r** per week, par? able to ths t-rrler weeltly. Malled at IS pw annum-. as Bm- als mouths; 11.10 tor throe l?04tI?i; BOe. ***one meath. "rheMK-tl-WlKi-i.Y liiKPATCHat taper aanom.orll ft.i ?tv "Boallia. The WfcKKl.Y 1U-U-ATCU at ll pot en BM? ftat_rr1pUone tn sit eaaea j-vsh'e In e*l vonce. an4 no pa per continued after the e? *. -rlrstion of the Hms i_M tor. Hend po-st office Btoney-arder. chees*, or i-sgiatereg let* ter. Cwrrency soul hy matt will ba at th* r__ of I he sender. Hu harri hers wishing their poet-office changed must give their oM aa Wal) as their nsw |r*-t-ofl*oe. Hs-nple copies AI'Vt>.K I'I ?*)**?<> IIATKB. mai r iKt n ob n.iv I nasa_.-*? -?> ttl-ea-.?.- ? 00 S tunas.. I -0 SUmea..-. t ?? lt times-. ? 8? I monti*. 0 SS S rootitho-.as 00 Reading not lr-, s In read lng-ma lier type. 6 Hom oe Ism, tl; in nouparell leads? TS santo. Usia 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. — 22 May 1885

MI RDKR AN!) SUICIDE. A FATHER'S TER ll I II LE CRIME. *e tntnn* *4erlB ? errdlelaa Kees---. Twe ?rills ikil.-re lu ike Head aad Drawn* Mi*-*-*-*. (HperlaJ telef-raas in Hie lnsewlrb.l Khhsvii.i.h. N. C. May al.?Late yesterday evening, at Stoney <reck, i"a-well county, fourteen miles from bera, Mr. John Pinna* knocked his two littlr chil-in ii. a baw ami a girl, rn thc head with an axe. ami thru tan to On creek ami drowned himself. Thc Loy is dead. The girl was thought to be dying ax the messenger for tlii*< p "int left there this uiortiihg. Mr. I'inn_? had done well here in tobacco, and later on built lin- Carolina warehouse, hut about a month ago he leased out Ins interest end mortat with his wifo and three children -0 bk nhl botan, on Stoney creek, rn (averil. He showed no signs ol insanity while livitij.' here, hut his hrnlth hail gu en way, and it ia thought that money embarrassment ran him (is/y. Me wi*, aged ahout forty. ? nd his family i. one N ihe oldest and uni'! res...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 May 1885

t EPKTOPAt COUNCIL SBC0N9DA rs PROCEED! NCS. Mneeesiiea as-rr.. kv ne. atenahtef en iht lettwtei ?tis*cB la Vlretale-Aa-aeel n eerts ?r tfcr Bi-Aee*. After (linne aervk-e ?/*-*******-ey morn in**, the (Vumcil resumed, its session? llietitt|i Whittle in the chair. Rev. T. G. Det-h-eH aecrctefy. la lieu of a *er ta-on the paper prepared hy Rev. Philip Manght. t. I>. I>*. "n THK COLON I M. ( llt'K( II IN V1K (lINf A seas read hy lhat venerable and dis thif-uishtd cl. rc*, man. He began hy saym*- thal (herc is a <>o(l in hi*****-ry, and to his nninl one of the greatest of ell marvels is that myriads of tuen, each d-oii.g __a own will, are all marching*? nnwittingly. it may he?towards tba rt-aliration of tlie I'i*.me idea aa seemingly antagonizing forces in the heat rn* result in a sublime harmony. I cant ot think, said he. that it wen a mere coincidence that the revival of letters snd of the arts, the discovery of printing and of the polarity of thc needle, just succeeded th...

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

Try THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER- 10.575. RICHMOND. VA.. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 88, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. Di HF, HEART OF THE CASE. Some DUMg-g Testimony Against niarri*!'* ii'Merday. JO KI. THK .1 ..WELLER. This Wilms Tells What He Knom of Ihe Wa-ch-Key. Judge, jurors, counsel, prisoner, spectators. Wad lapaatasajtyttatl tin ir OMial plana in thc Hustings I'ourt room ycstciday when Mr. Alfred K. .Tami?, a will-known business-man of the cit*.- (engaged in tin- cottell and fer? tilizer trade), was sworn and put ii iniii the stand, anti feta some of thi im.st damaging testimony yet pi.. .hu rd against Thomas J. Ouverius, the prisoner at th- har. saying in sabs! ance that he Kaw Lillie Madi?>n and accused 011 Main street on tho 13lh. Cluverius said whin arrested, and slated to Mr. E. Cuthbert, of tht- New Vi-rk Hernld. subsequently, that be had not atm Lillian siaee Bept?hm, lt is now in proof that Cluverius (Kla' vecrs* wan at Bella Isle with a young unman answering lu-...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 May 1885

TBE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ir TEE DISPATCH COEPAtir. Hie WAIL* DlMt-ATClt at iteHveeeO to anb-*ribe-**t rir. ?>?* .B*rni|?**rw-*a. pay? able lo tit* nstrtor we-iOlr. Mail*d al SS par aantt-n- Sa a-r ku mont-*; It.BO tor tar** MAttlha: BOe. fttrc.ii - manlti. TheHiJrtl.w Kv.Kt.i UlMPATXTHattSpar annum, or St tor tia month*. The W KKKI.V DMrATCa at fl per an nam. ftataprtpUona in all eaaea parable In ntl vance. end no paper enntintied altar th* *s pl rai lon of the time pr.it tat. Hand j?-t Ode* money-?rder. elo-ek. nr rtsKlMer*4 let tar. t*urr*?ojr Bent Hjr mail trill b* at th* rtakof Wie-H-nder. H?l-rrlt*->i*i wlabins thalr Baat-omee (-Manged mtiat n-sve their ol4 a* well aa their new pnat-ttfflc*. :?? >npl* eopie* free. _________ AIlVKKTIHINO RA 1-B. na ur turu onlrsn. ms..-4 sc Sitar.? t eo a timm-... .-. ? *? Otl.ee........ ?-? -?_?_-*-.-. ?*? 1 Bi?llil.-. * " S bm?th*. .-? s* ?? ?caOlna nott*-- <?" ree-ltns m*tte* lyp*. S ll rna m l*_. Si I In nonpareil leaded. TS P CnrO...

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 May 1885

SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIANS. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Be-eart. ?f f eoiotlMeea ?_ I arr lan MHaeleos. I al. i.ail.o. sui Ilsa** *e1l?-i-B? ??iSrr [Sprelal teh-gram lo tha Dispatch 1-SJBjrOB, Tex \n. Hey 2*_.?Thc Rev. Hr. K. P. Farria, of St. I/oui*. Mo., waa chosen permanent clerk in Hm of Rot. Hr. I>iown, wluise re _t**Tta_iun waa receive- yesterday. paajBjBjaaj missions. Thc Bssonated secretary of fort>is;n missions. We*. Dr. M. H. Houston, rte_ the annual report, aa follows : Therece'pts rmm all sources amount to Sf-.6*4 * I 'Hi IS IS IS, B-it. 78 more than the receipts ot last * ear. In makina ni' Uta __n.K(jil lhere *aa .outr I'U'Ael tty chnrrhee Olid titdlsldne- I4fl.ti7g.7a; by ladles' mla ?Jonary -ocieinr,. 8ie.08S.lS: bv Habl-ath ?chook*. 17.SAs oe. Tba au?l>er of churches HibI mintrlbtit.-.l ilui m.* ibe Tear ls 1.370, lasing DH more titan contributed tbe year ls-fot.'. The iniii.her aa* ladies' nilsaionary MH-lellea that cntrlhtited ia Art., ttelng ftfl mote I han contri...

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 May 1885

*E HOTM, HEIL Nearing the End cf Ihe See eicn. ?T_1__TIH PRCrr.EW\CS YDTEED.IT. r?*iei*al *-"*'ies? rt-niw .Vn??\ I'snls A |HU?*tts* Ut* ***>??? rr**n lt." Vlr Ststs 4 4..rrt.ee I* the Btofker Ills.-?? fr-WS*! r???tit*r Rrr-ll. 1 B? *l'-?*l?l ?I the I I ttl* I* Virginia tn* IMvisIbb 4<ar?'s* Kiti.rl Hflls4n.n1 I B?f. tar. tswiMiimr? tsr N??t Year, Br. Alter divine gerrie* yesterday morn? ing tee Council resumed its formal de? liberation*. At the Berrie- in the morning prayer was *ai(l hy llev. William l?amc, of baltimore, and Kev, J, K. Mason, of FicdtricVahurg. Bfohnp Whittle presided, with Rev. T. 0. 1'ashicll a* -erretary. Rev. T. 0. l?a*.hiell announced that about a w eek br fore tbe meeting of the Council he had received tbe following communication from tbe l>iocese of Pennsylvania, wbicb be asked to bave spread upon the Journal, wbicb wan so ordered: litociraB or r> - - - ? 4 ki a 1 Y ii.tin ii i. - -.*. HOB WAI.M'THTMRBT. i rtiii-Ai.Ki i ima. May ll. liss. I Tht 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. — 24 May 1885

GaW^f^KSW. ?*^k THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.576. RICHMOND- TA., SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 24. 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. 10" l>- E. MITTKLDORFER, HT FAST HROAD STREET. ?AATTKENH-Wa show undoubtedly tbe largi?t ate! prettiest line of Matte-en* in the cut tor lac. a yard. Retails every? where r<>r Stec. We b?ve )nat received som- new ni) ire that are very pretty. DRKHMti.it il Win ail Ibo lateat shades aa_ fabrics fro n; 1 oe a yard toll. MATIN HERRICK SS Wheo wide, for tim., it ?*?r price 7fic. Al.lt A Titi'H.s. in black and .-v-ored, from Bbc a yard lo 7"h-? NUN 1* VEILING in all ?baden at Mt, it. and toe. COTTON HMiK'ADKS-V?'e have a few plteme ot C'? 1TT0N BROCADE left at te. a yard. GINGHAM*-.iiiel reeelre.1 a beantlfal line or DRFss oiNi.HAM.s for 8. 10, and HW*. COI/iRED LACEE r..r trimming MAT. i 1 1 NS and Ol.Ni.HA??**?. In HUME. hHoWN.1 AN,and(.ARNKT from 10c a yard on, 1'A RAW iLH-ln this part Irularltne we can liol l-e uii.ler sold. ?> ha ve a hands"me a...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 May 1885

THK WCHMWvD^ DISPATCH. BT TEE DI8PATCB COE**ANY. fee DAILY pinrATOH ls mMentmt ie BStoMrt-aiaat rirrnmn cmtrtoptt ?_?_ pur eeiatothacatTHrwe-ably. EmMma*lH**? _eee_*: SS tor ana bkwii_?; 81-80 tortense Been tba; 80e. tor ??? month. Th-SEMIWNKKI.T DWPATCHatW pae ee?B?. or ll tor sis moaUu. The WM-K-Y dispatch at 81 per aa* earn. Baksertpueae la an emmtm payable in a_ mmntm. moA ?o paper co-iUnned *l?_*r the ?? UtaUot, of the time paid tor. Bead ptat ????** me*iey?rder. ob ec* or rmtMOttoA let? ter. Oarreaue sent hy maU aili be at the Mkar-?ew_der. 8-bacrir*arawlahlnS their PBt-aOea coane*- mast five Utelr old aa trail aa their new peaur?lca. Bampta ooplse ADVEKTISINO RATES. half moa os ua. ima*-.-.*-*? W luna..-.-?? - 00 B Umea.-.-. ?* *? sum__.- ? ,0 llUmas..-.- * 1 re-nth.......-. ? ?? IBK-IU-.- ??? 00 ftes?lt* notiat- tn madinc-matt-*i type, 8 linea or lesa. H; tn nonpareil leaded, TS Bania Card ca? tatae tor more apace tai?shed so apptt-oUc?._ All lettera and t-legrams ninst beed...

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 May 1885

THE SITUATION ABROAD. ABOUT ENGLISH POLITICS. The Division ?" tb* *'"*?"-**! WBot lt Mnjmmnt __-__? in?a t.iin~ Ari-rm BMBSMoeSBa [By coblo lo the Ptspatch.1 Lom un. May 23.?-A majority of thc members of thc Cabinet ha\c airca Iv left the city to upend the Whitauntidc holiday**. I Iii* fo. 1is generally accepted es a pretty -."'"I indication that what? ever dissensions c\i"t in the Cabinet they have bv no means brought about anv actual crisis Of course there are prisons, and well-informed persons too, abo assert that the Cabinet is really on the verge of a split, lt i- rutnorctl in eome i|iiartera that Sir Charles Dilke, President sf thc I,ocal (tovcrnment Hoard, tendered his resignation before departed yesterday for Dublin. Many ,.f th. Radical m w*-p.ipers declare that Sir ('harks is mainly responsible for the di-M-n-ions in the Cabinet. Ba lias tPMMpi the trouble, they say, by hi* BB-B?Mum efforts to force thc (.otcrnuii'iit lo adopt a radi? cal policy. The Ixindon DtOPmmcA, whic...

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 May 1885

WE MN NOTE D Captain Eppa on the Stand for Two Hours. nrnn i* the mhwnh n.\n. A Man Who Heard the Cries cf a Woman. His Honor Judge Alkina yesterday morning in the Cluverius (Kia'veers) seas decided that M thc tom note " was inadmissible here as evidence. Thc lit? tle colored boy who brought to the American Hotel a note (beliered to have beau written and ant by prisoner), to wbich this was an answer, baa never baan found. So the Commonwealth hai ?ot been able to connect the prisoner with " the torn note"; nor have they ever been able to show that he had aaj knowledge of ita existence. Hence it wss excluded, and the Common weslth thereby loses a goad point. The witnesses examined yesterday were : Aaron Watkins, a colored man who alleges thst he heard on the night af tbe murder a woman's cries pro? ceeding from the direction of the re aerroir; Hrs. Beale and J. G. Csbell, who testified as to an examination made t bj them of the scratches on the pns eaer's hand ; Captain Charles H. Epp...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 May 1885

y ?? ?"' -''^?^-Mm^Ap^i~ THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NTM1.KK, 10.576. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1885. THREK CENTS H_B OOWaS A (Jur-stlon td Fact. There M-enis to be a doubt in Ihe ti.ii .ls ol -..in, |..is..ns asloalietbei thc Suit, ute Gaari of the lulled Sta', .i.i .bil thmkateeeee)At?mn be '.roved to be genuine ??, what i- the name thinj-. Uni lbs Virginis law i* constitutional win b rc.|iiires such jiroof to be made. Ai ... wbelb.-r or ?>>t tin- j...int wat r? c. ntlv Hi-lib- in the Supreme Court of Ibe I niletl Sl-ile- r Will, we B-f-*M 8 Mr. *-, vm.i \ M vi im ws is b-oo-J anthniilv. In lin- case ol Allen rn. Baltietoreamd Okie Railroad Coatpaay .int', i M \ i i iii -.'. - aid : ? ii i- _iiiii.it. 'i by Um teni..- .ii U*? ra? hal I h. ? oupMI* i. iel. t.-.l un- ?e-niiint-. H. u.-li mil iiittltilas ie-inn-.1 1.1 Hie i I ni li.i li Timi st'ltles ibnt point. 'I'luie wns no qae lion rai .-tl aa !>> tbe "?-("" iiien. - ol'lb.-cou|toii*. Tbe parties ba j tb...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 May 1885

LKTTKRS TO THE EDITOR. ro-MMeal I_?w ?-?-?"? ran*. JV the Editor of the Dispatch : As you hare devoted a j*ood Ural of apace to thc discussion of the question of the disabilities of (ieneral lawton aad others similarly situated, it M io be hoped you will lind it ctuivenient to m nert the following extract from Hie dis roaaron to i\mtre** on the gem-ral am neaty hill of IK72 anti thc communica tion which recenfly appeared in The iSatim : Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts (chair man of thc .Judiciary Oemtehim), at reporting House lull No. 2761 on the ISth of May. t *-*T_l. (sec Cenfrteeiooal Globe, second session, Porte MOrmd Oonftresn, part 4, }.-_).< 33.**-i.) said : ** There la no more aeceeaary baf-Jneas to I-f transected hy Otmajraaa than this. The Committee on the Judiciary, in obedience to the inatnictioiis ol thc House, have reported a WU which corer- some sixteen or st-vt uti cn Hum nand nam-.-. That bill has been amended with twenty-live additional pee*** of nemes. So far ax t...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 May 1885

W****??' THE RICHMOND DISPATC AV HULK N I'M KER. 10.577. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 26, 188ft. THREE CENTS PER COPY. THE TORN HF, ADMITTED. Nfw Details a? to the Arrest of the Prisoner. EVIDENCE FOR PROSECUTION IN The Defenc* Now Called Upon to Show Their Hand. lt waa Tuesday the .'?lh of May when the prisoner. Thomas J. Cluverius, stood np in th* HnstingB Court and pleaded " not puilty " of the murder of Fannie Lillian Madison. In tin* three weeks that hare elapsed since then a jury hst- been empanelled and moat of th* evidence df thi* Commonwealth bearii, lt aeema safe to nar that near? ly two weeks more will '?e necessary to hear tha testimony that will be of? fered hy the defence, tha rebutting ntat< ments of witnesses for thc prov cution and tb* defence, ami thr argument* of counsel. To thia end the June lt rm of Ihe eonrt, which bi? gina Monday next, will probably hare to ls pushed out of tba way and fixed for a later day by an order of Court, bo that thia term may...

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 May 1885

TR* RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET TEE DISPATCH COMP ANT, fkt DAILY DIBPATt"*. tB delivered te tm?thereat t*irtwRWc?**Te per week, par? awa to lite carrier weekly* Mailed at H per aanum; ts far Bx moot Its. I1.B0 ter three months; BOe. ter one men Hi. TheKl-H.WKBKI.Tl?IBTATl*Hatieper Bruin*-, oe $1 f..r six mouthe. The "A' kkki.y DlsJ-ATCH at fl per an* BB?, Bttt-wtpUoM la all r*mm j-erahle In ad? vance, and ne parer eoatinued after the es* Muntham ot tbe tiree pata fia*. Rend post* oOoe money -enter, cheek, or retrlatered let? ter. Currency sent By mall will be at the rtaBes"U'.eeei.*et. HahecrlberBW?titnf tbetr jaet-off ce chanced must Ulva their ott aa well aa Ihelr new poat-ofllee, Barnine eo-sioe Baa. ,_ _ AHVl.HTl.HiMi RAT? HA mm ki- oai?m. I time. ? lim-*. ? time*. OUmea. 18 Um-*-.., 1 month... B niojitiia. a so ?p| 1 00 . 1 ?0 -? a to . ?ao . eoe .... aa oo Hsediis- notliwe in reading-matur type, t linea or leas. $1: ? uoupmrs? leaded. TB eec ta. ("aid of rales ter more apace tarniah...

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 May 1885

SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIANS. THE GENERAL ASSEESLT. tie-Manse _?pnPM ttmm Barnda <%rtM?aa BeHMevlaw-CwaaetBB ?*? <*?? nmmnm mt rana-?-?mw'ei iia?ne?a rnatem| tetecnan* to saw Wantfe?.1 ?M-Msj Tts*; Aa, May 25.?Tbe _K><Bs-i4ur of the Assembly. Dr. Ray ?ort-d, preached ts tit* Ftret Proby tanea church yeeterday -orbing, and Dr. E. S. Campbell, of M-at-uri. al -BifrhL Thia morning tbe Aeaembly received a co_mraucatio*i (rom tbe delegate of Un KeftBT-H ("horeb. Rei. Di. John A. Tedd, aad referred it for answer. A reeoluiKrti. reported by a romBitt? ier i -pren? np the regard of thc Aeeeea- , ?I- Vi aa??I Drown, who had net-red aa elated clerk for twenty yeera, wa* adopted unanimously by a rieing ttote. Ob the r-fommendetioT! titbf Mend? ing Committee on Education it wai or? dered tbat tin sum <*f twenty thousand dollars be rawed for th- caner by ap? portionment sinong tba preabytenes. The report on Sabbath school* shows thal sixty-five *?'** of sixty-eight pres l-yterwB reporte...

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