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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

RICRMOm) DISPATCH. BT TBS DISPATCH COBPANT. Xoe ?AlLt*Ki!1U?ATVH * o>"we-? lo f-sheert bersst nrrsan csrrrs per wssk. rey* Bhte to the rsrrter weekly. Mallett at se per Bonum; 88 *it six mom ha; 11.80 for thrae montlm; ROe. forone month. l-heHKBI-WKKKLYOIf-PATirHBtWimr BMiiitui or fl for aix months. The WEEKLY DISPATCH st ll per an? na m. Hnlwrrtpstona In sll emote psysNe In ad f-aac-* snd no ps pei continued sfter the ex* pin lion of the tim* paid for. Wend posi? on*!--* money -order, check or registered 1st lat. Oon-enry sent hy mall will he at the rtah of the aender. Hubscrlberswlslilnglhelr ?t-jsl-onVo cbsnged most give their old ss well ss instr new post-office. Marnpie eopias ?ese. _ AIIVEHTIHINU K.ATKH. ? ALf IBin OB 1.T-SS. tums?.-.-? , ?* ???????.- s S times. * *? Stimea.... * T0 18 limes. ? ?? 1 mooth.-,.?-.-. ? M S months.? ?? ?? Reading notics in reading-matter type. B Uaes or lesa, ll; Um noopareil leaded. TS susan* OuU of tates for more space tarn .shed an applicati...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

TALK WITH JEFF. DAVIS. JHE EX-PRESfPES'T'S VIEWS ?m th- r*inie*i Btiasil-*a>BsiliS(*i with Btmihera Mtaaber* ?r lb-tean-Hsi I8e? frtliUMr* r?r Ueneval ?r l>???Mllii-?. |By telecraph to the l*l*p*toh.l u \rhiN(iton. May 30.?Or. A. Y. 1\ Oarnclt. physician sf thi* city, ?while on a recent trip Scull, visited Mr. Jefferson Hsu*, with whom he has had lona; snd inti nate ar'|naintance. Tho Star thia cTomnp puldishea sn inter? view with Or. Uarnett, in which the view* (ff tli( cv-Confederate President arr (riven upon the political sit mn nm .tml other mattera. Dr. < tarneit sara : '? In thc courae of our conversation ?luiihr the day." replied the Doctor. "Mr. Davis alluded to the political condition of the country hy saying that he knew nothing, of the present Kxceu and that he had not yet pro/1 Car enough with thc Administration for lum to form an opinion af it. He weiucd satisfied with the members of thc Cabinet selected .rom thc South, lmt not rsBUB*-g**ni, I thought, lu enter...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

.WED RUSSKLL'S LKTTKR. JEOEB ABOUT MONTE CARLO. Tot Bald*- B?*rl-? Ste.kle*. l*l*rlM al B**ti-u* - seart* ia* farr*-ra* faa** *r Mass i aatwat'i n?sia. 'Bra-rial e*arT*spotidsnc*of ths IH*T? ten.) l-iBAND HOTKL, ) Montb Ca bio, May. \**l. S tVe have been down io Nice once or twise from here, end at our last visit tbs town looked dreary ami forsaken, cowscqiicnt npon the end of the season. Many of the shops and hotels are al? ready closed, and others have notice* cn them that they will remain open hut a few days. The trees lining thc long Avenue de la ('are, one of the chief bnainesa street* of the town, are in full leaf, and besides giving much appre ciated t-bade they are also ornamental. The gardens of the villas are in their glory of summer foliage, and are much more beautiful than they were a month ago. Kach time we come back lo Monte tarlo tbe beautv of its situation, the chaim of itsgardens, and the peculiarities of trw gambling-rooms strike us as forci? bly aa on our first ar...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

AN EXCITED (WRT. A TERRIBLE SCENE THEREIN. J?i?..i.. ike narslsr. tu-m**** '?< EUI ??t?e--. i?i*irnt Adam**. A Lyons. N. Y., spccisl csys: Thc most exciting scene ever witnessed in a fonrt-room m this region occurred m the Wayne County Circuit Court this afternoon. Judge William Ruin-ev was upon the hench. The trial of John Johnson, of New York, who was arrested rn this vicinity a few weeks sro for numerous bold burglaries, aller stu in{ding to kill his captors, had Orin in progress all dsy and was nesring its BBSs There was in? tense interest in the case, sod et cry "eat in thc conrUroom wss occu? pied, while (.cores of people stood in the aisles for hour*, and thc galleries were filled with women of all grsdesof society. Johnson wss s few days ago indicted on twelve different counts, sud it ass sen (.1 to try him on thc most iinj.ortsiit one first." Thst wss assault with intent to kill upon a police officer ni Newark. Johnson wss sngere<l when he hsard of it, and Towed he wo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 May 1885

ll THE VIRGINIAS ABROAD. A DEFBAT AND A VICTORY. ni**tv?r'? *AH8 Weilt liese. ike FlrM ????*.' ?I Ns tt srk \ r *lcr da > -1 s- Mssst *??? W,B ?*te Beceari Br HsiS Mimas (Hprelal teb-gram to ths Dispatch.! Newark, N. J., May 80.?The Mme this forenoon was given away by Kimber, who hit three men and (rave faur banes on balls. Ile was hit hard hy the home team, lt was.only through aha beet of fielding that the game was made interesting. Thc Virginia* pottnded Murphy for eighteen bases, and Kimber waa like served for thirteen. Johnston marie a brilliant running cab h in left centre in thc litth inning. Kimber was fine* by Manager Simmons for gross errora. The following ii the acore by I*.*.!*."**. 1 B8 4 8 8 t 8 OT.*!:*.! VlrBin.as..8 8 I I ? ? ? ? \ \?. hews (K?.-i sseaoiasii Isri-.t ru. Ks, 8; Vim-nUM*. 4. Two-hs** lilts-Nesstrks. *'.___*___ Thi-*el.ii?elilts-Vlnilt'ias. I. IWed Itiillt Mr-tsrS. ?; Viir-misa. *.. W lld pitches Nevsrku 1: Vlislnisa, 8. Ursl bast* ?n tedi* Sesrarks. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 June 1885

? ?' ? - v. - ?' i ?-?? ? ?-???-? i ?? . - .. < *? . ? ? . THE RICHMOND DlSPA WHOLE NI'MIIER. 10.588. RICHMOND. VA., TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 2, 1885. THREE CENTS TER COPT*.;' --* ?**? *-?s??Ei* ?**???. I shot-holes in their houses, to comment* Jut) Instructed ind the Ailment of lit Case Brffun. SPEECH OF COLONEL AYLETT Mr. Evans Opens for Defence, and tn Continue This Morning The prisoner Cl uteri na esme up from Jail yesterday morning looking bright snd fresh. He ws* in his usual suit of aiay; was cleanly shared, and appa? rently not very much troubled about the trial now drawing to a close and fraught with such consequence to him, Ht took his customary seat behind the bar and spread out a newspaper before hire. Hi* eyer refited chiefly upon the pnnt<-'l column*, tut were now and then raised and directed towards the < apitol Square, which, in thc fulness of its foliage, af? fords a most pleasing prospect. Mr. Meredith came in with a great bundle of evidence under his arms. I...

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

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT THE DISPATCH COMPANY. TS* DAILY lUMTATCH B ?*llv*r*d t* ?? aarrl hs mal rirrsrs cvN-rsper was*, pay eal* io in*carrierw***ly. MaUattatt* par annum: *S for six months; 11.80fortara* months: mv. *.>rr>n? mani h. tlifHIMI-WMKM lUNPATCHftttSpar annnvn or <1 ft>r ?ls month*. The WKK1.1.Y DJBPATCM Bl ll per an anir. Btiiwcrtptlon* In all casa* payaW* tn ad? vance, amt no paper continued arter th* *x Btrs'ion of Sa* tim* raid mr. Kend post ?Ace n.i?n*jr-?rder. chees., or ragsvtarad Ut? ter, fwrrcncy sent ky mall will oe at th* rta* of l he sender. Huhacrllwr* wlshtaitheir post-ofiice changed mist give their ol* ss W*ll aa i heir nsw post-office. Sample copi** A I'Vi.u; isl m. KATICH. MAI.V isca OB I.B**. 1 Mme.??* *? tums*?.- ? ?? t ,im_,. l *o S nm*.. * T0 ll times_. ? ?? 1 mouth,._. ? ?? S months.*? ?? Heading nottc< * in rendlns-metter type. 8 llora ea- lc**. SI: In nonpareil leaded, fl Bents. CBrd of rats* for mora space hmilshad an application....

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 June 1885

THE NATIONAL GAME. VIRGINIAS AGAIN VICTORS. Va Isierrsilsa l-ame ai Laarastrr lt Bira '? Oar Ber* " Wla k? a Sr*? ?r 4 is ?. |M|?ci*l telegram to the Dispatch. 1 I.wcapthK, Pa.. Juno 1.?The IsVsbSswsSS SSH the Virginia* for th* first time this afternoon, ami wera de? feated after bb intercstitu; conlest. latham, lliprui- and i.reenwood ex SsQsi wi their position*, HofTcrd was weak behind thc hat. The following is the score : \ I lil. I*i a*. /,'. fl.lt. P.O. A. F. Oreenwood a. a.. 1 l 7 o o Join..:..'. . f 1 it 0 0 rt Nash Bd i- o i i i o tllei.ii if 11B10 ? holder, rf.. .() | o 0 0 latham, lot t- . 0 1 1 ? S Isle C I I 2 1 ll Ignis vol l. o o I 4 <? . , 1 fi .1 0 Total. .4 ? ii7 ID S L*JN AST! I /,. un. BU*. A. K. Parker.).'. S 1 0 l I Hotter*, c ll 1 a 2 0 ll- si I Sd I niall a1.-Tau.snv < t h 1 0 ? 0 iHinal.t i.l b I o I 1 O Tomnv ss 0 0 1 g 1 Mood if i? 1 0 O 0 Mam ut !? n 0 ia o ? Met zeil, p 1 1 ll 1* 0 Total . lt ll K7 1(1 I _1 S t 4 8 S 7 I 1 I t 1 I M I 4 lam aster 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 June 1885

uni te withdraw from tbe ouse. Hut. geatleenen, ?ta* be not berti represented by a man abott* fitness for the place, who** systematic work from tb* beginning of hi* conne. lion With it, haa shown itself in the court roetja, whose ability *- a lawyer, if not known before, bas Wen mad* public to tW world in thia prosecution. I ask, does W need an assonate lo r*at*BOBt the Commonwealth ia this prosecution wftb such a harking, by such a rom %rnation baa baa lieen referied toby in j fritad. rtJBLK BKBTiWNT IN BtCHMOXD. Whet it that combination, gentle? men . The recgeds of this court will tkow-,0 you the state of public senti? ment in the city of Kichm.md. One wh<*e week of the tenn of thi* court wa* exhausted, in thc (Mort to procure from arnon*, tt.e very many voters in the cBy af Riehmond twelve men ah* would constitute a jury for the trial ol this cai?e, ted the ******* af thi* court bad to be srnt to the city of Alexan? dria with Itie power t? summon fifty ol tbe citiaana of .tha...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 June 1885

PWWfyre-^fRiTJ; *7w* ? SI ' BBB - THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.584. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. tr At_? .l...i?.r*-,l^?> tull hie mm of rms. ?fmk of Hod. A. Brown Fyans, of Middlesex. MR. POLLARD FOLLOWS Thc Argument lo bf Closed To Nlj;ht, If Possible. In the Cluverius cave yesterday morning Mr. A. Hrown Evans, of Mid tnwMSi ofiouiisel for thc prisoner. I on tinueii his argument begun on thc eve? ning before, and said : In my dosing remarks yesterday evening I was en? deavoring to present to you the charac? ter of Thomas .1. ('hiverins as far as Ihe evidence adduced before this court throws any light upon his char? acter, and f propose, in immedi? ate connection with that task, to in? troduce to your consideration the char? acter mid life of the deceased Fannie Lillian Madison, ss far as the evidence throws light upon her character. I had truced Thomas J. Cluverius through his introduction into the family of his uncle during 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. — 3 June 1885

^wm THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. Bf TBS DISPATCH COBPANT. Tn* HAILY ltinpATCH fl **nv*r*d te ?a berri hereat ri rvasB cerrs par week, pay? able to Ute ca rr lr r waa* lr. Matlatl 111? r*>r annum; ls lor tia months; tl.to aw three mnnih*; 8?V. rhroM month. Then* Ml W Kl KI.V PIHrATCMalBBpar annom. or tl for ?lx mont ht. The WKKKLT DISPATCH at ll par an? num. fmoterlptiont In all estes payable in *S ranee, aa* no paper eootinaed after the ex? piration of tbt tliae ps1* *?? ^*oa DmU attlee money-arder. *>e*B. or register** let tar. Currency tent if mall will bt al th* rttknfthesemter. Nnherrlbert withins their poat-ofrto* eliance* mutt give thtlr ol* at wall ta their new pott-omo*. Hamp** oopses ?rea _ AOVKRTiaiKU RATSB. BAi.r leon os is**. tum*..-.-.-"*. r! .tim**..... 1 00 ll ... ? > g gUmta. ? T0 18 Mme..-. JJ 1 month..."???? ? month.."?? flaaSIng nolle* In raadlng-maller type. 8 Unas or leal, ll; m noopsrtll leaded. ?? ?ants, Car* ot rate* mr mort apset fnrnlthea an application....

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 June 1885

THK COCKADE CITY. THE SOrTilSIDE BONDS. I merral la th* I laterlssTrtal-Tae lire l> sarinirei BBB f**r Hamate* le lUiel Pre Bara*. (Correspondence of tb* Richmond Dispatch." Pi i i i tit Ri,, .lune ..'. 1*"C>. Thc Coininl last cv ening repealed the ordinance adopted on the Isl of May for Ihe renewal of 171,000 of bonds issued in behalf of the Southside rail? road at 5 per cent, interest, and then adopted it again, making the rate of in? terest 6 per .cul. It is understood that thc holders ol those honda, many ti "alioin arc in Richmond, objected to any reduction ti it tcrest. These Loi.iis mature on tbe 1st ol August of this year, and when presented thc holders will neuve the new ones in their stead. As the Cluverius trial draws to a *closc th. interest felt herc in thc result increases. The trial is the subject of emeral comment; almost as much so as if it were in progress in our own courts. 'Du- . in >*rc*t measure due to thc full accounts of the affair that have Leen pub...

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 June 1885

JACKSON?CHRISTIAN. A BRILLIANT MARRIAGE. BM****?all Jail..*'. Dew-Birr We*ae* La*i ? Kirala* ls Mr. Willi*** B> I krlaiiaa. Th* Second Presbyterian church wa* crowded with a Urge atscmbleg* last evening upon thc occasion of the mar? riage of Mis* Julia Jackson to Mr. William E. Christian. The churchh?<l been beautifully decorated with flWcrs and growing plants about the pulpit, while tastefully designed gas-jet* heightened the pleasing effect. The ceremony wa* performed by the pastor, Riv. Morn l>. Hope, D. 1).. assisted hy Rev. W. ll. Ihmtian, father of the ffoom. The bridal partv entered the church in the following; order : First, the ush en?Charl** B. Smith and Fred. W. Scott, .James K. Branch and Charles Witherspoon. James ll. Anderson and O. 0. Clay, T. X. Carter and William R. Johaston, J. R. Tucker, Jr., tad W. W. Archer; then the bridesmaids: sud groomsmen?Mis* Susie Christian and Mik* Hamilton Witherspoon, of South Carolin*; Douglas Shirley, of Louis? ville, and Ma...

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

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10..W5. RICHMOND, VA., THTJTtSPAl MORNING. JINK 4. 1885. THREE CENTS PER <X>PY. _ _r ,1.. ??,,larw-l> of th.- ' <f thia nature. un?upj>orte<l hy other AIIOT FliP. THE DEFENCE. Spe*, h ef Mr. Bev. T. Crami I ttnUv MorniDjj. Jl Wi 111 If-skES A CIE.tT EFFORT lr. Imdilk ts (loir tit (air ia. Siw it ls thr Jorj Ts-iy In the Cluverius trial yesterday ?norning Mr. Beverley T. Crump, of counsel for defence, addressed the Court and jury in consideration of the law and evidence in thin case. Said he ! Your Honor and gentlemen of the jury. 1 se* from your face* that you are tired, hut* that you are anxious to hear anything that any of the counsel in this cause may present vrhich will help yon in reach np a proper conclusion in the discharge ol thc high duties resting upoi . rou have listened already. gentlemen, to two able and long discus sions front tbe defenc* iii this cause, necessarily long because of the grave issues involved. I know...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 June 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBS DISPATCB COMPANY. Th* PAII.T PlrVATOR tt dellveree* to Nhs-tri benet rirmts catrrt per wt**, par* able to the earner weekly. Mall*** at 88 i*nr arumm; 8* for tts months; 81.80 for three months; soe. Strone man th'. TheHKMl-wM.Kl.Y nisM'ATCH at N POT annum, or ll for ala month*. Tht WH-.k i.y UUU'ATCU at ll par tn Bum. KBhw-rtptio-ta in all caatt payablt In ed **?(*?. and no raper continued after tht tt -Mretktn of th* ttn?* paid for. Hand post office money-arder. chees, or re*lslt***-l let tar. Ciirmirv tent hy mall will ba at the mk nf (he tender. Hul-w-ritert withing tbtlr T-osl-offre* cbinged must give their old at wtll at thtii nra jN?t-iif*lct. Bararie oopls* SO 1 00 AlWKRTlMlM) RAT***. ll A i i 1FCH OS i.rar*. 1 Uflta.?. Stlmea..-. . ? ttmta.. " 2 ? times. " T0 18 times..-. ? 1 BK-at*.?. ? " 8 monthi.- M O* Reading nolie/* In reading-matter type. 8 lines or Itt*, ll: hi nonpareil leaded. Tl tents. Car* ot ratat fur more ipaee tarnished an appticaU...

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

roISOMMi IN SVSSEX. A FAMUY MADE VERT ILL. IM-tim* Wirti Beta**-* ?* Br lae < *a-? IVw"->**B*t >-w?-ao liiB't'SI-lV I aneri ? ??? ?rwrT-*t*JO*deiif*- of tar r.icht-tct-d Dt-tmUrt. | >\.. .lrutt J, A mrttc aai ls tuppeaed poJ t**-aict->. aa which nererrJ **?r*r?* were mad* '. i* reported to hare occurred arreral ri*y* apo iii tb( family <d Mi irmiruTk, a well-known citir.en of Sn*-. ..,..-.;-.. 1 he sirJkr*eaa -**-6ttrrcd a short time after lu. family Batata ? MBA, and thc physician Who *?* ..! in pronounced the mi: {.(on,- ; le iIiom (if pomoTiinc, and it at- ;, tin work of niaJjetous desic-a. lt wt* at fir-: tlioupiit th.'ii j,.,ison nuphi hive Ix trod; spnnp. bul tli* atBwRW ti* abandoned when it was fownd that BBraM al those tho had lieen mad' td partake:, et tin \'i>:. moreover, lt wa* ?di*co?eri(l that tire ha |e nj.lt i wir; I mm -artie atck atid wt- M.fftnnp in I | ? ? m-.nanon and sean-!.. w an y tra' ? nasa ral malice. ? wa* rm-ed hf cttmc sonic aestern...

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

THE NATIONAL GAME. VIRGINIA BEATS LANCASTER. T*e Hame Bel* Br si ia* Peansvlvaslaa* br *.*e* Plana*, lulitril kv IhamlM t.rr<?r? tl lb* UtBCBrat*. fBpretal teie*' am lo Um Dtopateh.l I.ANCA8TBB, Pa., Julie 3.?Thc .?ancaster* ami Virginia* played another close Rame this afternoon. The home dub i!nl thc hca* lest lattin-**, but st critical point* ma<le several damaging error*, and lost the game by the fol lon ins; seor*: viaomtA*. a. n it. ro. a. s. Orerawood. a. a- ? 0 Menu. I. f... 0 o S o n i oston.c. I.1 1 0 ? ? N*?ri *d b.0 0 0 8 0 iiiciran. r.f - ? \ * JJ leihaii.. ut t. 1 0 9 0 'isl. I . * l 7 S 0 Kin.lei. i. . ? t _1 _? ? Tetal. -'? ? "?? " ? I.AMCASTRRR. If. B./Y. P.O. A. K. Parker, l.f J ? ? * ? Mo nor! c 0 0 ? I 0 Maand, sd i. ' J McTan.anv c. ? ..38*1 Iv.uaKl. 8*1 b. 0 1 1 2 0 Ton.nv a . 0 " ? ? S flood, r. f 0 1 1 0 0 Oldfield. Isl h .0 0 10 0 1 WriMll.p. li 1 2 7 0 Total . - 1 S _7 IB 8 IRKINI.-. _tflSSflflTBB Total. Virginias To OOO 1 0 0 8 0 4 lancaster.0 0 0 10 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 June 1885

THE RICHMOND WHOLE NUMRER. 10.586. ftfCHMOND, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JINK *">. 188.5. THREE CENT8 PER COPY. I -_:_ .1.-, au. ii,ar hail indi th* THE lill MEM A firctt Review of Ihe Case hv Mr. Mrrpdith. C..UVERIU3 CONVICTED. Thc Jim Brin! in 8 Vrrdift of Murd" in thf First torr*. CIT ONLY FORTY MINI'.IX In'Miner Stand"* ! p anil Mn il Frettv Coull). Ihe prisoner fluvcriiis casie to court 11 - ti '(I**/ rooming looking very serious. Hi*, easy, jaunty msnner and the pcr pi-lual (.miling thst distinguished him whin firxt trrstttit.l hsd go..e, snd in their place was a countenance thst *h.wci hr had been the prey of deep anxiety, hut hid nerved himself for the worst. All through thc day his expression wis that of stubborn resolve to go through the case without any show of uneasiness or exhibition of nervoti*iics-, si,.I he was fairly successful in that (li? ri, lion: but he wt* a changed man. ll. was calm and (|uiet; no excitement Sn the Mirinee, but absent was all the 'how of indiffci...

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 June 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBE DISPATCB COBPANT. Tte DAILY PiMf'ATt'H ls aaU-*ert*S to ea berti ber* at rirresw ca********* week. **?r able lo Ilia eantef weekly. Malled st 88 par nanam, ss for sis months; 81.80 fortkrae months; hon. for on* munt h. TheHKMMVF.KKl.T I-1R PATCH at 89 par en rt nm or I', fortis mont ht Tk* w kkk I v DlKPATt'H at 81 per an BJBBsV Italwrrlpiinrvi la all -eats seyekie la ad? vance, amt no pap** continued after the as? piration of ihe tim* paid f?w. ?****?<? pr**t c**!*** money-arter, check or re?.'*tere*l let? ter, (wi-reney teni ???? mall will ba at tbt risk of thetcniler. Huhacrlbeni w1*iilni(h*ir poM-office chant*** mutt rivi their ol' aa waiiattnetrnewr-nst-offlee, Hemple copies wea. _ APVKRTlMlNd KATICH. kti.r I Rel! OR LS**. 1UM..-**? *? B times.._.- l ?? 8 Unit** .-. * 60 Slim**..-. ? T0 18 tim-** . ? ,0 1 tanoni h.-. ??? 8 months.,5 ?? Ketti'ot nott*-** In -"jedlns-matter typt. S linet er less 811 k> nonpareil leaded, TS sent*. Csrd of rete* ...

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 June 1885

THE OM) NORTH STATE. A RAILROAD PURCHASED Bum Orer ami Bllled-T* be Ksernte* Blllrrl In a IK?**le- Badi Fe-M. INpeelal lelcgrani tr. the Diapateh.l Ralkioii. June 4.?The Wfl__fc_f tnii and Weldon Railroael Company ha? jiorrhaaed thc Midland North Carolin* railroad. This road runs from ('olds* .?oro* to Smithtield. thirty miles and Was built hy William J. Rest four years ?go. It wm intended. Il asserted, to lu* a part of thc groat Midland system from Heaiif'.rt harli81 to Point Rock. * -xti-i-ding the entire length of thc ."tate-*?from thc ..nan to tho Tennessee line. Since H. st left t! I State the road li.s Leen operated bf a company. lt ts rei'irtcd that the Wilmington and Weldon Company will extend their lin. from Siinlhli. ld to Raleigh-a dis tfinrr of twenty miles, lt is also said that the Wilmington lad Weldon road ?aili secure the lecae ot ihe Atlantic and North Carolina road from GoMabofO' to "Morehead (itv. This ts Ml important matter. Tlie Huhmond and Danville il lin* mast...

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