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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 May 1885

TEE RICHMOND INSTIT CTE. Bsrrrtses at ibe Elm AfVlrsn t'barvb Lest Blehi. This Institute baa been doing a work Which han commended the hearty sym? pathy of our people, and in a manner to c*i>mmen.i Dr, Corey and hie efficient faculty to thc confidence and good trishes of all who arv acquainted with their work. There haee been some chances going em in this institution of lau*. Two years ago tbe young women of thc school, with the cordial approval of the trustee* and teachers, availed them selie- of Ihe facilities afforded them hy the Hartshorn Manorial College, established for the training of women. and became members of that institu? tion. One year ago the Board of Trustees deemed it advisable to re etrict its work to the education of min? isters. In thc future, therefore. pro? vision will bo made for those only who have the ministry in vie*-. This change propose* ihe making of the in Btitutioa a first-class tht illogical semi? nary, and the arrangement seems highly aatisfactorr ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 May 1885

wsw THE RIC ^HF *3F OND WHOIF. M'MBKR, 10.57H. RICHMOND. VA*. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY _7. 1885. THREE CENTS FEU (X>PT. HM Fl* Ti DEFEN'L ?f Mrs. Tnstitl. Aunt aha Lillian. ANOTHER WATCH-KEY Maw Tnimn i ?- Minmai tm Ttai Imo-, al Im ter*-. thr Clu?mas em- yeatoTt?y Al* "irowi. _rana. of cmiinV for the prisoner, eaiel to Sh* (*mrl that Um*t mort ww Tomat tn --.Teased, but ?4?i not sriai ?s> acnant af ttarr teatt mort* mterruptatl hy Uss ezam inatn >r o' thc watclt-kev. ?rr._ler-? it?i expressen aom* atrrpme at tba- 'cisane**- o' trim; " by irefe-it*-* anil inswtod tl?j if they will not afrrae thai the ".cy abai1. when all thr atidtuns ia in W taken apart aad strrirtmiwari >? Mr Joe., timi ??at ti? Court nujriii te. r-erniii ht? new to rac?i Mr. .loci u> ?ake turf tnspae-iMm. Jueljre At?on- did nra .timi Um- ko* cupri' te bc taber, to pie**** by Mr. ??**?! until al) ?s *?iisi?mw sn_-rlcroitor tl ll B ii,. I ..lom; .Aylett aai(i that he would lifer cteerrbr te noireratand ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 May 1885

? THK RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBS DISPATCH COMPANY. The DAILY l>lM?ATCil Ut d*llv**-*4 to bo herr hums si mrs*** mara pre week, per Ubi* to the earrie* weekly. Mailed st N P*r aaitiiBi: ts tot six months; 81.80 Boc three MOtilh* j toe., for ona manta. TheHl.N.-Ve. KKKI.Y OIHlVVTl.'HstSSper aannm. or ll Ks- six monllis. The VfCKkl.Y Di.Hi'AT. ll at ll per aa u?a. Kiitari-ipuoa* tn all otuum pafahle la sd eatice. and ne paper oootlnn**! aflnr the ex - fl tallon of th* time paid for. Hand post* offlee money-enter, cheek, or regietereS let lee. Oin-eat*** s*nt v* ms!) will ti* st th* Itakof th*s*nd*r Hu Irerrl beta wlatal ne their post-office changed must give ihelr ott as wells* I heir sew post -office. Marnpie tSBUsUJ tree. ADVKKTlHINd BAT1W. Ntl.n-lllnKII'.*. 1 time ?.?? se S times.?? * ?? B lime*. . ? ?? Stimes.-.- ? 70 laumea. ? *?? 1 mon Ui.?. ? as S months.? SS 00 Heeding nolle"* Id reading-matter type. B lines or leas, ll; ta nou-jamil leaded. TB sen ta. Card rd rates for mars ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 May 1885

WASHINGTON'S BIDGET. CONSUL Ml CK Ei" S CASE. rarilralart -f the Oairate sa ike Ata-rl-ae ?*n.h> ai Bl* f'raeSe *? Bal--Hew ike Treal.1* Bean**. Illy telegmphtothe IH?r*it-h.' WamHIM.ToN. 1>. C., Msy M.? Tlie Hetiattinetit of Sute re to-.ltx a nmap* from Mr. (Inborn, thc Minister lo Itra/il, in regard to the ar tcst ami imprisonment of Beckford Maikev. I intel Stalem Consul at Ria draiide do Sui. Consul Mackey has also written a litter to his relatives herc, giving an account of the difiiculty. It **i|iearn that Mackey ha'l for many "irk* l.t-t-n violently assailed for no ascertained cause iu the columns of a news|nijier at Kio (iiamie do Sui. Hie SB-tor, i.nc Amorim, sent Ma< key a note by a messenger on April loth, ?iropot.it.i' "that if hs subs, nlici lor the paper it aroaM cease to attack hun. ll. th. liiie.l the offer, ami kicked thc inMMeilyer out i-f his otlice. On the next dav lin editor made a murninni-; attack un Mackey, and assailed hi* mother, sn BBSS?SB* lady, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 May 1885

A FESTIVAL CONCERT. Mn r?e%oal *-l.??n Bts.itsir-Ts- orstort* keeietv aoS aast-rk Btw \*rk masers bi Siwiwit Hall. The Moiart manager* have every reason to feel justly Brena1 el the _ en? tertainment furnished last evening. Kever tn the history of the Association has lhere Seen a more brilliant a a akin. Armory Hall, wherein the coo cert was |lven. wa** tilled "*''?? an ?*'-1" diencc numbering at least fifteen hun dred people, who pave every e\ Menes of the highest appreciation of the charmin1! music furnished. The prcgramme was the result of uniting the efforts of the Oratorio So? ciety of tin* it* with the eminent Kew Vork soloist**, who were secured for the occasion, and the Mozart eua I,, tra. The first part of the programme waa tinder the conduct el Professor Jacob Reinhardt, the musical director of the A-soeiati.il. while thc second Kn wss directed by PtofcMOf Adolph mer, assist cd hy Mr. M. lt. Kbiuok as organist and Mr. g. H. Kenney as pianist. Too much praise cannot be acco...

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

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. .VTvlHFTs. U).->79. RICHMOND. VA.. THiHROAT \G. MAT Ss. iffrS. IMM MATS Ul I'Y. a*?fj (o?L oitl!m:i). Bfttfr liam) io I fun; eua* v-Miter dar of .'(.lill*' Iii? '. e a rootioi to his faun to reniovr tht darin-* thc luiidinf iii Uk citr, and com lort af tbe r-unau) cati be better crr.-i, ti th. lae ilia* lin taatmar brought a illili, laxMiuif RtatutcK lit ar affidavit Iron ?im*? MM aaUUsui u Barer i( healtb and d-a pr**sm: BBSsUaaaaUUs, it Rt-mmp and br tia uxunlar *?;>?? would br r-rr-v Had aitenuoi u- iii* bb uar iiefnrr */**st* < iou.' ai? lime-. . praat crowd i I ? ant. *>r>orh veuiilat?d pa? was teak mr iron. aiidmi ti Un horror* Bau! il tbu- wert BSSUuif BaBoicvraiewr vit(*T wouii. "anauna li un I tta trut. v a* ?etjl ta', kt-. nat. ii.umtii-i omi lu thu use of tin tn. it fttfttrnt mt BU ? ila it motton tbei noa roi uris* i*haii**e Uk trial in Itsruditb Han: Un I olin and. raker tbt- lav ajijiv din*; ht B> r ve.... .-. ll,. .:r, \i __tht...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 May 1885

Eft TEE DISPATCH COMPANT. tko ItAILV DWATCH ls delivers* ta Beti*rn he rtat rt t-rraa ra-era per weale, par? an)* lo the car r i e r weakly. Malled al tt pot nanum; ls foi ala mom lu; ll. BO for three mondial; doc. tonnie mimi li. TbeBKMI-Vt'KKKl.T IMxl'ATtTHat ?? per annum, or tl fv?r -ix month*. The wkkki.i DtBTATO? at ll per an* anni. Bn?reripilciirt* In all ea*** payable tn ad? vene***, anet no paper emt I mt ttl after th* efl persUnn of the time paid for. Hend pott* office money-srrier. chee-it. or reesisfereB let* Ur. Cnrrenflpeenl ky mal! win ba at the rt?k of in* arrdi r ftMbwrirters wishing their prm-c-trtc* cbanssed must glv* thatr old a* Wal) a* their n*? r.*t~offlea. BampUeopl** Bree, _ AUVKKTWINU KATCB. KAI.* i*ii'hii?i.iw. tum*.*? *? Bllrne* ... ? (Sine* e tireen.... 18 lime* ... 1 month. 1 00 1 80 8 TO 9 BO B 89 B monti?.. .. 88 00 Reeding nolle- ? in wadi nf-ms Uer type. 8 line* or leak 81: t* nooparell le*d*d. TB a~M9? l*e**d of tata* for -or* apace ftiruiahed ao 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. — 28 May 1885

< -,'t tl 1 ? ii . .. -- OF TB EAS CREE COI'CH l aa4i4?i? !*<i,r???-iti tUr Inrrent-e rllltl--. Ih- *4*tiewer AlleeMl Hs^ri ? mme- th* Kail.**-] M-i*Wl? fTNur *i?mdi n.-t-ot tbe Ki. li mond i'lsped-h.] l'l i i km I m., \ A.. May 87, ISBf, Mr. I mini tt If, Co'ich, city tres* Mirer, didi to-day between the hours of 12 and I o'clock, at his residence on Washington street. Ho was elected treasurer three years ago, while a rnem |..i c! lin- ('ciiini.>n Council, and thc conti-*! over ths validity of his cli'*ihil ily to thc oil.rc a*ga liiislly derided in bbb favor hy thc Supreme Court of Ap *.ie?l*. He aa* a -"entlemau of hiph Mantling in thc cotniuuuity. po*.*u-KHed of thc BUJBUUs integrity, and made :in efficient and courteous oifici-tl. lt w?s tuily a few days apo thiit he was unanimously renoiiunatcil for the dftici bf lin Kepublican City CsUTSSJ lion, and he was Die only candidate to bs void lor at tin cl. ct mn to-timrrow . 'I In tickets hearing In* name had al -, printed...

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 May 1885

OTT AND SUBURBAN. MA SCH EST KN MAT TEliS. The ?:*< mea Tfe-Bar-UnHtaat ate-rl-ui- - Beefe rresewlanee. Sr. Tho tisnsl apring election will lie held here to-day. The officer* to be ele'ted ure a councilman from each ward, a jus? tice of the peace inch for thc First and Fourth warris, and a high constable. Tho election will not he very exciting. there hoing no contest except for thc offirr nf high constable. In thc county. however, tlirre will bc considerable in? terest, thc Republican* having out a ticket in each district. Miss Annie Woodfln, of this city, and Fcv. Waller (1. Batsu, ol King and "Jut en. were married st thc Central Netbodint church at 1 o'clock yester? day in the presence of a large congrega t on of friends. Thc Bakers vt .-rc Meesrs. lienrreJones, Rev, Wm. Williams, T. Charles K. Willis, and Mr. Hates, hiotherof the groom. The bride ts a daughter of the late Kev. A. P. Womi? na, aud thc groom a son of thc late Mica* eh Hates, of Richmond. Thc ceremony, which was ...

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

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. wiini.K NUMBER. KUM). RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING* MAY 29, 188.5. THREE CENTS PER 001 . i . ?_. i_j >Y. nt mm mu Testimony cf Dcwn-the Ccur.try Friends. WORK OF LILLIAN'S LETTERS. FluuttlCI tif Thovp Writtrn ll Mr. (an MlsHlsli There wt re vi ry heavy rains night ?? ri ls-i. and yesterday was a cloudy ami cool day. The sa*-h from some of the window*, in the Hustings Court? room had liei :i reni'ivcd ; no spectators. eac?pt numbers of thc bar, were ad? mitted to the room, and thc* proceed? ings Wt rc distinguished by an unusual ?|iiietnc*s and comfort. Bia Honor Judge Alkina yesterday morning an? nounced that thc trial would continue m thin room. The great portion of the day was ?j*ent in the examination of witmrsUSt from the cauntry, who testified that I linerius up to thc time of the am st had borne an excellent character, and lhat they had net er known him to wear a moustache. Some cf them said they had seen him wearing a gobi watch key similar to that ...

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 May 1885

2 THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TEE DISPATCH COE PANT. The DAILY DIBPATCH ta delivered to sa Hw*' t**met ri rraan oa?r? j>#r week, ear* OM* lo the r?rrter weekly. Mallee! Bl SS par annam; SS Sar als mont?i; S1-S0 I?' tbraa mocttta; SOe. Sir on* mcmth. Tri-HKMi NV KKKI.Y PtfTATCHalS* per SB rt a m. or tl frtrsli nunn ha. Tea WKKKLY DISPATCH al II pur an? ne m. m-haerlpUons tn all eaaM payaMe In ad? vene*, anti no pieper contimini afii-r lin* ai piiailon ot tha tim* i**i?l for. H<*ntl (?"?! efllcr* monty-?ratr. ohe-oV. or r?*?i*t*r*4 lat? ter. Currenejaeul hy mBll will ba at tnt rt*koftrteaet?er. Hu!-*.r*rll-**r? w tali I ns their poBt-offlea cl?need niuat (Iva Ui?ir <>H BB well Mtb*ir new p?4-offlea. B?mpl*i copies Bee, _ ADTKHTlHINd KATKB. i.en men ob hmm. I tiro*.?? *> .- 1 00 SH S time* . Slime* . 1 SO ~'i . S TO IStUBBB.-.-'--. ? 90 1 month. ?M S monti?.-? ?? 0? Begetting notlc-a lu r??Mtina-tr?lier ty***. 6 line* or leas, SI: Hi nonjtaretl leaded. 76 patin Card of rat...

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 May 1885

SOt'TIIEKN l-RKSHYTERIANS. THE GENERAL ASSEMRLT. ?Jr.t-ol.eCsi Mlaart^s-TBe B*aa*B?B< tia* af (Be >'gt?-Tkt- AtuhoHo et Klilias Kider*- ASjsans.il Mme IB*. IHprrial telegram to the Dlspatrh.* lissi sit.N, 1 i x..Mm 2'.?Notwith? standing !h| fact that anumborofincm l*rs of Hie Assembly lied obtained leave of absence, there* were moro thsn a hunilrcil present during to-day's see M.tn. The I'rv. l?r. I.reen read thc report on Thcoiori'sl Seminaries, which wss adopted. Pending thc consideration of this report l*?v. Dr. Sanderson, hy in titslion. spoke* in behalf of thc !nv-ti tuti' for Training Colored Ministers, lo? cated at Tuscaloosa, and set forth thc %rork and thc great needs of the insti? tution. Thc tliKt iiHsion indicated marked J;,it rest in thc evangelization of thc coi? ned race. Thc ItT. Dr. K. l?. Campb. ll and tithers presented a Mates! (gt?Bl the action taken la-t night jrcrlaining to the oniutalion nj evangelisla in the foreign lield. and gave in de-tail reasons fo...

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 May 1885

ian an ? iimi m?i-n ' " * " " "* Rs, I; sud 0. II. Kiuff't, Itu. 9. The following officer* were elected for the (n-uiiiK year: Adam Piacont. noble grand arch ; ff. R. Flournoy, deputy gi and arch'. Myer An>rle, grand score is! t ; C. M. Angle, grand treasurer; II. T. Howard, grand marshal; August I'ohlig, grand inside guard ; C. II. Kau fe!t. grand sentinel. Tin- (iran) GfUfB adjourned to meet in Richmond on the fourth Wedin -lay in May. 1 *-?"*?.._' A QUESTION ABOUT BROWN'S J\. IKON SlTl'KlU* ANKWKKKD. The .jiiesllon baa nmliably laen ailed thousands of limes. "How caa Hrown's Iron Bitters core everything f" Well.lt dOSaa) i. Hui ll doea emf any illwaae for wlicii a reputable phv alcuin would preacr la- I BOW, physicians recognise Iron ss the i?est re atu'istlte SKeut known to (he profeMalou, sud Inquiry ot any U-adlna chemical firm will siilatlsnPiile 'he* itanerl'.on that there are* more ptt-parntlona of Iron than of any oilier mil**! a ncc lined In medicine. This aliotta roac...

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 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.581. itICHMOND. VA.. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 80, IKh.',. THREE CENTS PER COVta lbj ARROW ESCAPE. ? ? ? Ro<-HlB?Tra. .fune 1. IBSf. "len Years ago I waa attaetced willi the moat intent* and deatbly pains In my t?eck and ? Kulin,,. " Kalendlac to Uta end of my toes and to my brain' ? Which made me etellrlorn! I toni agony!'!! '? lt took three men to hold me on my Itel at times! "Thc iv-clors tried In vain torelie-re me. But lo no purr-nee. Aforfihiiir timi Mtier oplalrt! "Had tiorffcet! "Adi i two mouths I waa given up to dir'"! ? When mr wife heard a neighbor tell what Hop Hitters bad dona for her. alu* at once got and aa vc me sonic, lin* tirst d. rae eased my brain and seemed io ko huntiii** through my system (ur the |>ain. The second dose eased me so mnch that I al.-p! tao hour*, something; I had not done for two month*. I!*'fore 1 lind na.il Ive BOt tlis I wat. well am! a! work as bani as any man could tor .uer l_res weeks; im! I ?a.'ii...

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

THB KIHI MOM) DISPATCH. BT THE DISPATOB COMPACT. Tba T?A H i HlHi-ATCn to dsllTarad to aohsrrlbersH! nrnutt i-rni-sp-*-was*, ?par? an!* lo tht fan-tor weoklv. Malled at 88 |**r SaaUara; ss DM sis mouths, 81.80fortbraa Bionlh* ; 60r.. *oi one month. "f-heHKMI.u ki- KI.Y DlHrATCHatsa per UUnnni. or I! for six noni ha. Tba WEEKLY DIKPATCH at ll per an ajsn, fSuh-jertpHt'im in all e-sme payabia In ad* Yance sm! u" i*i*-**r eon Hu neil after Ihe ex plrallor. of the Un*.* paid for. Send poat orBee n?oney-?rder. rheek. or re* lau* nt! let tar. Cntreney sent Sy mall will ha at tba risk cf ihesendei Mul-arrthera wishing their p-tat-off".-*- ch?nK--t] nu-at sl"*e tbalr old aa vail asthelruew pe*al.offlee. Hample ooplea traa _, ADVKRTIHINd KATKH. HAI.r l*?(-M on 1.8MB. lilma.-.-?? ?? ? times.-.- ?* 00 8 iitnrs. ** ?-? 8 tiros*.. ? 10 18 times. ?90 i *-***-**ta... . ? ?? 6 months.at 00 lteadlna notleys la readlng-malMr typo, 8 lines or lesa, tl: ?n nonpareil leaded. T8 - eau ta. Oard of ra tea ...

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 May 1885

NORTH CAROLINA pws FR'>M All. "i ER THE STATE. TKallrssS StS?lft?-H?n?rlsa Mlalsler J?' 11,-1 Sr Isltfr.iit CUSBBaUBUUBBBBU -Tbs rr ss rsm km II- ?->*"??"? < aaiereS. (Hpeclel te'iearani to the IMapatch.] Rai rion. N. <'., Msy 2!?. ? Peter Hough, of Huton! town*lnp. Inion county, a nc .to ninety yearn ol age, <lv I sud.!.; 1\ t.-*tertlsy. He sat down cm a loft one hundred and fifty yanls from his house, anti when found was dead, Nillir*' upright. Roanoke river at Weldon hm risen fifteen feet, and is still rising. Step* arc BB bs taken to secure the LuiLling of a road from Halifax to Ring wood. Last week a subscription was ?voted down. luit l-'O.tiniJ ha* just Leen niL*.rtiLeil. Thi-movemcnt to Legin grading is on foot, and it in expected itliat plans will Le perfe tel. Yesterday a louse bs Northampton Mundy tym tamk BJ lightning while a large family were groupc I in a room. ?Hu- Cad-UUBtS WUfU shattered and a gun standing rn a con.cr was Lroken in sev? eral pieces and...

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 May 1885

? NOKVOU REJOICING Of ER THE LATE ELECTION. Arta-wir-i- v.,,.,,- oreel I'Baae* rot ike Bm**- rrnHiire-Meceratlea-ftar Wiela wt Jatvit. nAtne+ot the Richmond Dlapatch. KoimiM", May 2?.?. 1 Tire mult of the election laat night ta thia vity wax a total surprise to ai* tnoat ewybody. Mr. Hunter wai not -regarded "ea a popular candidate, ami tbe triiMO|'h ot tbe- l>emocrat? ia there? fore tbe gTe*trr. A gain of "???"?? hundred Toles on the laat election iv not only tweouraging, but a matter to be pt omi of in Norfolk, a Republican city tor the Ia?*t tie* or -ix yeara. Towards B^t night the aurcesaful candidate. Mr. Wallace W. Hunter, was serenaded by the I>e moe-rat*. and acknowledged the compliment with a stirring speech. Portsmouth went Kepuhlicenby thirty fl-/e maim itv at the laat election. and yesterday the Republicans were ao demoralized that they refused to put a ticket in the field. Thc negro-trotighold of that city, the laird Ward. Insisted on bavin*; three of tbe seventee...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH u'li-fifl? MMRFU. 10 ?>,*_. RICHMOND. VA., SUNDA! MORNING. MAY 81. 1885. THREE -TENTS PER COPY. #20 WuRTH OF GOODS FOR 81 ta THK l.t. Al .Kita IN LOW PR would eau your attention CHA MU LR PARI/IK. DIMN-. MO AT ALL l i JN RKUAHD dow !* your _M lo htiy. They Kl e.H, MATH, OIL-CIX) are lower than they will ever beag? n. It by nntll yon ha tmo. rm oo a_7 I ? Q ?_* I ?? ?bb8 .# oo We at all times rerry a full lin*, and ..i-r if OAS- and OILa-HTOVKH. Our new en-if il tn tbls market. It ls a genuine* '?rgf MaBB ran do: bake and rook faster CAIX AND HEI NOW IS YOUR TIMK TO BUY usilist consenter* of Ice that were *'. * sud vim ran see how lt works. They ? <5. We lisvi- handled these Roods ??<? a,fer yets, Now 1* yeut time, as yon cnn IN HAHY-CA i ? ?'??meis who came l?t?- :n i fi.. M a_ find a full assort tnent again Re ar ? maid, we handle none but WELIr inat we sell jon anything in (Mir ROTH KHT A CO.. 808 HA IT INK ?RI IKU'SH: Bli BS til- WORTH OP i.'inl'S F...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

ASTRONOMICAL POINTS. THROUGH THE TELESCOPE. w Tot Plssrifi tot Jaws-rfce m?*tmt*f ?r ta* BSstrs-aatam^t'siirsr- issuer sae Hi* Mirinee* llTovletenc* Journal.1 . SATt'BN is evening star until the 18th (of June), when, like Neptune, he deserts the western lo hold his court in the eastern sky. Un the lMh, at 6 o'clock in the afternoon, Saturn is in conjunction with thc bbb, passing with his ringa anet moons behind the sun, and reappearing on hi* western side as morning star. He is hidden for a tine rn thc sun's blinding rays, bot keeps steadily on his westward coane until, when midsummer reigns, he bo ooines a lieanliful object in the morn? ing sk j?one of thc fairest gems that sparkle in the* firmament in the small hour* of the night? and continue* to (.hine until thc glowing dawn puts out his feebler light. Ile win* thc plate of honor (or the month of June?-not so much for his arrival at the least-interesting epoch of his coarse b?- for the fact that between bia con? junction and fol...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

Strongest Circumstantial Evidence of Quilt. AN ODD STORY OF JUSTICE. A LOVING GIRL'S TESTIMONY rllAPTKR I. Nodoni't (hire wereaomein the time tl the Queen Sf Sheba who carped at Hie wisdom of Solomon; snd so there wete people rn Ito city in the days that immediately followed the American var who bad something to Ray against tbe flrin "f Parkman. Mbh I larkman, of 17 Change alley. They could not deny that it was an old-established con? cern, for ta?BM?B1 had been trading between London and Calcutta in alnio*t tbe earlv -lavs of John Company Ha hadnr. And they could not say that it was not prosperous, for its nsme stood high in its own brsnch of business, snd it had never been known to go in for rash speculations or risky profits. Hut what people did say. and there were old fogies on 'i bange netter tired of re? heating il. was that there was too much young Mood in Parkmans . M tm into PSI'knians\" these would say, "and you'll bare a young man te deal with, unless jou tore Ito Incl ls...

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