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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 10 June 1885

ii iiiu iii ixe?m?i min i. HIGHT Af LAST. rms woman of tris choice. After a fteerwr ot o ttmtmrt ttt. W. W. ?Cantata* mom ftwr-m* OW _?* ? Natara*. A Hartford (Cowa.) special says: Oa Tweaetav W. Vf. Coavarn*. president of Um W i-n-f banter AraeOampeay, awell preeorved gentleman of fifty years, waa quietly married to Miss Belle Spencer, at this city, a lady of about the same Oft. Thora ia B romance connectod With thia affair which more closely re newbies the novelist'* ideal than is asual ia real life. Thirty years ago the bride was a girl of twenty. Her father. Kdwin A. Spencer, was proprietor of B new hotel now known as the Revere House. After a few months he died, and the widow opened a boarding-house. Aaaong those wbo sat at her table was B young gentleman of twenty years. Mr. Converse, recently from Ware, Mass., who was employed by Woodruff k Beach. An affection sprung up be? tween tbe young man and Miss Belle, and be broached the subject of mar? riage She confessed that she wa...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 June 1885

m__Ml_K_m_m___\___mt I H sTi DI ? ? WHOLE NTMBER. 10.591. RICHMOND. VA., THURSDAY MORNING. JINK ll. 1835. THREE CENTO WM (X)PY. u nVMSfER Bs-*-r9Brr p 3,600 FUT. I~ PRER PARK AND OAKLAND. er, the crett of tbe Alter-henles. wiiMn th. -kttie.-.aGstdt-svrtton. dirveUy on tba tte. ?? ti. lialtlmotaaodobio. No stace ride tr :,t?? transit-re i iiied-Bsp-eBs tralnB-aop, w iihiht now sad imperilled fast aehe Bul* oa the Saltirnort and Ohio rallroe. ti .?? lovely twin rc-ort* ara. beyond ai roDif-artana, I ha must sdvsattaTeoofdy la rated, beth at to train strvtc-* and sar jos ad inga, of any east of Ibe Rocklea. leave wMhtnejton after latt- breakfast itu)* st IVer I'srk fur dinner I*** ai*.hi**gi..n after late dinner, arrive a IH.r Patk r?r supper. He??*t*a trains are equally favorable leave Peer Park after r.i-eekfsst. arrire a a ..Meston for early dinner, brave tte Itt k tfler sinner* arrive st Wash Sufi"*" ''? -arl? nipper. There it alto a Night Plxprea ...!. way. makins trlptt dally tra...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 June 1885

tm mrrMto dispatch. BY THE DISPATCH: COMPANY, taa MULI I'lul'AlVH Bi delivered ta S-J'tacrlbersat ?ii-iKaxe;KXtaperweefc. pay B?e.e i-i (Me cw n I ?i wee'.Iv. ?ailee! al le per ennat-n; 88 for ss* aeon th*; H.BO Cor la ree aionll.s ? BOT. Biron* mimili. Th?KK*?l-\viKKl.Tl>lsirATCHatf8p*r limtim, ot lt aw ala month*. lew WKKKIiY IM HP ATC-at fl Beran Bein* xai-Mrt-iptioii* in all ewens payable la ad rai,cr., and no i*i*rr continued after tba ex? piration of the nata paid tnt. Rend post* ea.ce mr?*y-*%rdi*r. rheek. oi n**rt*tar*d let? ter. -Turret*-*, teeni hf mall will be at the r-Bse-M*tlieeen-lct. Hnbserlber*wtablngtheir peat-ofrire ertenged nisi give their ol* as wall a* their new paet-offtee. Marnpie anales wee. _ AI'Vl KTIHINU BATKB, mir ii?cm or |_*a. 1 time.-.*??? 80 t times.-.? t ?? Slimes. ??? etimea. ?T(> 18 ll mea.. ? t0 1 month.-. ? M 8 monti*..-? ?? Be*<!lng nolle** In reading-matter type, 8 lines or leas, fl; *? nonpareil leaded. TS |M?> tBrd of mlae tor 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. — 11 June 1885

.?? ?!_ THK NATIONAL CIPITAL HAT AND THE POSTMASTERS titt-~-ti ?t (t* Dit-ttilt* tr *satl>*tm*at?t?v Vaunt-* srii H-t'uraiailtrt Nt I ta BBSBBBSSBN r(-**-*as4lv#. (Kt irl-*e?tph lo tht IMittatrh.* Wa*-hinoT()N. June 10.?In a rai* ?vtbi.h tcccntlj came before him, where a senator complained of not having sufficient dictation in thc matter of sp? in.min.cut of postmaster in his district. Mr. Hay, First Assistant Postmaster (ieneral. expressed himself ss opposed to the custom of the Post-office De partmir.t under past Administrations of ap|iointine; postmasters solely upon thc iti|iic*t raf the congressmen in whose district* thc appointments might be n.a.lc. lb- (-lated thal he was unaware Sat any congressional pre? rogative st all which the Pt" pti Uncut wat bound to respect. Correct information, he a.Lld, was alwavs (-ought, aud the views of a Suttor or K*pre*entative would of i-ourM receive great weight snd consid? eration : but be dui nol know that they had MJ prerogative whatev...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 June 1885

HANHAM?AN..EL-SM1TH. ACROSS TUB SKA TO MARR*'. Tte Lilli* Bannar* wbl-t (he l'i?.-ts-r? ta Ihe Wilt SCaJtvet. I Btw Yo** Ti mat 1 VT lien the steamship Serris left Live*peel on ber last trip one of thc* pe?-.enders was a young woman with? out escort. Three friend*, all older tuan herself, had (teen at the dock to bid ber good-bye. Two were women and tbe other a clergyman. The party attracted some notice, from their aftec tkmalc and tearful parting, and those of ttit* pa.-M.ene.crs *h? saw them concluded that the clergyman was the young woman's father, and last bis companion* were alie relatives. For a day or two the young woman kept closely to her room, Winch abc occupied alone. When she eenie out. nome of the women, whose rooms were in the tame part of the ship, le-ri ivc-d ber kindly, snd she was soon in nod spirits. She had an at I rsc ti*,* fice. with breera hair and soft, derk eyes sad her demesiior wa* very ladylike and winnini;. Some of her new friend* went to her room the da...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 June 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. JWR'v-'syV'! WHOLE NUMBER. 10..W2. RICHMOND. VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JINK 12, 1885. THREE CENTS VJS^Cmf. K m uni n KKJ*a>avr?. <>r TUB VnUJINU i \ l.wiClltn'O.VTHK ? . V \ I t? . V - 'K TUB RAWl.KY !? - VA \TKR: Ft?- ? ? e? well M from til** aaary of the** t?nllr?*n. w are aatia e water ia apeeially ap| h " *i ? >'r nw of c??e* lu whl'ii we Wt* amt rota and U? ??' nae?,iionr??*?n ? nc tanti them dWWirrbanceaof nutrition and toi ?rvatu*. *t?t gaewrally When troa U iadk cairj under circ-maiaae** reviBlrtas ita Mm tn a ceadJUon acceptable, to the dlge* ?raaua and aoi dtuaaadiaa aatrtngen r > ? r.d m ta <*owb'.ful whether there ba anv ?trier Mn:) of Iron more, eyvreptable to the ?*;??? amt aioaaaek, more eeautv a* r ;>! lt ::? ?<i..,u and of ' Hmm aaOrwH .--widjUooa > ?, . ? I - ... er%>?r**.). e'.tbci ->n<l tt.oae Buffering .lera of tua re(>n? faa eoinuttfe* coaatferthenieelve* for? um* ? . a ifce.r iirtUfWoH i ?-(lie'.en*y of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 June 1885

THK RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBB DI sr ATC H COMPACT. The DAll.T DISPATCH la ?ellvared to en barn hers at rtrrwat* ckxtb per week, pay? able lo the earner weekly. MaUed at te per ananas; ts fer sig .months; tl.ao for Utrea aseatb*: toe. forone month. The HI MI NV KKK LY DIBPATCH At Bl par annum or tl for ats months. The *KKK LY DWP ATOM at tl per an? num. * Bni.scMpr.nns In all eases parable In ad vance and no paper cont inned after the ex? piration of tbe time paid for. Heud poel oAce money -eider, eheek. or register** let? ter. Currency sent hr mall will be at tbe rtskoflheesnder. ftubtwrthera wishing thslr port-offlce changed must glee their old sa well as t heir new post-oftVe. Barn pie conlea ?rea. _, ADVBKTIHINU RATBB. halt men oa i.am I time.~.."sal *? t times._..-.-" ? ?? ? times-.-. * M 0 liases-_.-.-. * T0 ll Unsee-.....-. ? *? 1 month.?. ? ?* ? si on ins-.? J* <X> Beading notlees to reading-matter type. ? linea or lesa II; lo nonpareil leaded. Tl ajana* Card of rates f...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 June 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. tUll-TRKASCMlKS TO BASKS. A BWa nen er Be*reianr .Vtsewls* ? Sics U Asset ?? k* I'srrlr* 0*i-r?itl?a M*a*v IB I Iri-BlBIUn. i Washington lVwl.li I rotary Manning has under consi,l eration a plan for rcurganiring the sys. upon which thc .litfcrent sub-trea? suries are now conducted. There hts Leen a good ilcal of dissatisfaction with .hat system in the past, not only on ac? count* of the defalcations which have from time to time occurred, hut also be? cause it re-ults in withdrawing from . iirulatioii and keeping locked up vast .sums of money which thc commercial danatana of the country might util? ize. The scheme which ha* been proposed hy Treasurer Jordan is to abolish thc sub-treasury so far as con i ems its functions a* a strong box, and to distribute the (iovernment money amons; thc first-class bankK of the cities in wbich thc sub-treasuries are re? spectively located. Security will bc cxarted of the banks in the form of I iiito.l States lioniis. in tho sam...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 June 1885

DUTCH MARV KILLED. MOOTING AN KLSPBANT. Pershr*S kt a Fsil - Her SVeih "??'??? ates-A Pillie! Beean isieeirsl Psra. I New York Tribune. 1 The httge body af an elephant wai stretched on the ground yesterday taeraing behind thc buffalo-stables in the rear ofthe arnon*! in Central Park. Near if a Persian cow with sleek black side* wa* tethered and her frolicking youri;; calf was prating;. The elephant Waa known as Hutch Mary, an African elephant only eight year* old, belonging te Barnum, Bailey .V. Hutchinson. .' lie aad bein in this country only two years, but was an intelligent and docile animal and a great favorite in the eir? ena. She advanced rapidly in her eirena edueatjon. and seemed to en? joy the display of her intelligence as enoch aa those who ssw her. While Barnum's circus was at the Madison N|iiere (.arden in .March, Dutch Mary slipped and ft ll hearily while pi I fat Bl one of tbe pe<le?tal trick*. She .lil not appear much injured at the time, but tho keeper discovered...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 June 1885

nji?.' -?* ' ? - . - * ??*aar*a*?s**a************B******a*ar****a"j*^- -? '??-*1li*,J-^2saHrw ? ?? ? ? . m un ? ?*!*? ?^?-".r? t ? ' "J m jafijL^. THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. it-mil I*' V I'M RFU M..*.!-*.. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY MORNING. .TINE IS, 188.5. TH REF CENT8 PER COPY. T 1STKNT0 YOi'R WIFK. JL- - The Manchester Unardlan, June S. 1883. aavs I A( one of the ? Vt Indows" l/noblng ?n the woodland ways! With r!n ni ps of rhododendroni.-: snd great niaaarta of May t.lonBoipa "' ? There wss an tnter wiinu Brou p. lt tn.Tuded one wno had been a " Cotton S| aaaa bat was now eo Da ra I-.red'" Thal he could only bear to ile lu a re cilniiiK position, Thian-rem lo my case. I waa A ((acned (welve years s?o with ?? Ixx-omoirr Ataxy " (A paralytic diwaae of nerve fibre rarely . \. i . uiril mul ss ... ? i Mvrrsi .lears 1-are 1> allie ti.Ket sIk.iiI. And (tu Hie laat Five .tear* not able to at? tend to rn-, dustin-*- althotteh Many things 1.av** I... .> .1 >n- ror toe. in. EsalBBprrl-...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 June 1885

IHHHHHi'' TBS RICHMOND DISPATCH. MY TMM DISPATCH QOMFANT. The 1?AH.T DISPATCH ts delivered to sa hacrl hera al ri rota it can ta jw* wee*, pty - able to tha carrier weakly. Malled at fe par annum: IS for ali montha; 11.80 for three Baoniha; 10c. lonnie mania. The BfM 1-WKKKl.Y Ul --PATe'Il at 18 par an nu rn or ll Sar ?.'? x munlh*. Toa Wk.Kk.lY DIBI'ATCH at ll per aa aaai. Nuhaefiptiona In all eases payable ta ad? vance and nc paper continued after the ex? piration of the lime paid toe. Bend post office tnoney-arder. cheek, or r**gl*tereal let? ter. Cnrrcncy aent ky mall will be at the M?k Ofilia Bender H?Mlber* Wlahlng their pntl-office changed mnat give their old aa OrtB aa their new poat-otBea, Hampie co pi ea ADVKBTIHINO BATBB. HAt.r i-cbobi_*bs. .-4 tt _J__?? I 00 Beading notice* In read) ne-mat ter type. S lines or lea*. |l; hi nonpareil leaded, TS santa. Card of rales tor more apace tarnished en eaelteetKa- _ All let ter* aad telegram* must ha addraaa ed lo THK DIAPATCH (ToM...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 June 1885

THE OLD NORTH STATE. EALE1GUS NEWSY BUDGET. A < sna-di-.a *d?M*r A. i IrlentallT Mll-tl Human Heal ? aunt ( Wonse ot Haas-* or a Ballr-sal. ?mprwlal telegram to the Dtapatch.l Raleigh, N. C., June 12.?Jack lambert, a white man, tree convicted at Charleston, Swain county, of thc murder of .1. Thomas Wilson, in Jack? son county, last winter. Ile waa aen tenced lo Le hanged July the 3d. He took an appeal, ami has been taken to A shcvillc jail. The murder was brutal and causeless. Wilson passed lambert and called tlie latter out to know whB it was. Wilson replied, " Il is only ita," and then Lambert fired into the wagon an 1 killed Wilaon. Haying I ?*B?n you, I'll know who you are." This was all that passed. Judge Mcrrimon will deliver the ad? dress at the New Harden school on the 'J.'id. thc ccrasion hoing thc closing ex? ercises of thc institution. In an obi field marl-cifcstcr.in Hun be county, is a dilapidated hut which has BOOB de-crtcd for years, h tl.is lonely locality was dis...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 June 1885

Ol R WLLKGKS. TER COEEENCEEENT SBA SON. MeweeeB.?Me*M-*?cl?t? t>l*bca?iaa?- Dr. Hsssn'i ASSres^Tbe D(*rees ont the \\Sstrnr***aooe* ot tha Klch mood Wapai-e-b | HABPDKN-aSlDNKV, .lune *'? On Tuesday nighi the Inion Society beltl ita anniversary celebration io Col? lette church. Ret. l>r. Hannon pre ahle-tl. and introduced the apcakcra ac? cording to the following programme | P. H. Gwinn, Weat Virginia, junior orator. Subject. "The Difficulty in Bealiiing thc Meal.'' Praeentation of Senior Orator's medal te 8. P. Preston. Virginia, through j. W. Adams Jr., Virginia. - Pveeentatinn of Freshman Declaimer'a medal to A. P. Coleman, Virginia, thro inti the presiding officer. H T. Graham. Virginia, junior ora? tor?subject, " Capital Punishment." PreaenUtion of .lunior Debater's medal .o P. H. < J winn. West Virginia,, through F. T. McFsden, West Virginia. Final Orator, W. S. Friend, Vir? ginia?subject, " What Ireland Needs."' Music waa interapenv>d between the speeches, and the...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

WSfi THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ? WHOLE NUMRE11. IO..WI. RI^MlWo-rVA.. 'SUNDAY MORNING. jrNE U, 1885. _ THBBB CENCT FER COW. 100 SILK PRESSES TO BE SAC R1KICBD. The above are THE NEWEST and moat eealniM* sty lea of sc MM ER 8TU1PKD at d (III ("KED SILKS of thia sea*ons pur? chase and will be sold at and below coat-A SPLENDID RAKOAIN. BO and 81-Inch BLACK St RAH at 79c. II, and ti.as. BO and ill-Inch BLACK tsTAM MKRVKL I.JEUX. SATIN KINISHKD at?7**\,H I .and li. ii. The above i.n.s of IHA-'K MLE 000GB arc anft B___oi, and lust the thing for the warm season, BB-BJ cooler than grenadine, and are the licet value In ll.esc w-mU ever ofTered l*y ns. l?dx-s'. Uenilei.ien's, and Childrcna OAC'/.V. VKsTS from SO to .*.(? ? p.slit cash purchase of WHlTEdOoDS from a northern Jobber who baa lately tailed enables us to i-ifOn* some rcrnarka BBSSBJBa n iNI'IA LINENS.CHECK SAISK.iiiKs, IT^IKM, and other While (nwtis: to which we.nvite at -i it ion. CA KIM'ZO a co. . 4 -Cf <d] 120 Wi'RTII OF GOODS F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

9 8_ OLD-TIME MAXWELLS. A TRAGEDY OF FOEEER DAYS. TBS Killian ?f We. rath**-* ont UitS'S. astmeut at His Remain* Br PrsfVassr B>la? ver. (Bl. Loots Otobe-ltomncrai.' The question of Walter II. I-enox Maxwell's extradition from New Zea? land for the murder of his friend (\ Arthur Pnllcr. at the Southern Hotel on April Mh, ia as nearly settled aa it ?rae he for tlie next month, hut thc -question of Maxwell's conviction is at:II o|>cn anti aili always remain so in tho minds of men vcr-sd in the tortuoaitics and intricacies >f ?riii.n.al law until the Jury to whom Ihc rirciimsteneoa of the killing are ml.milted bring in their final verdict. The ease ia remarkable in more ways than one?in thc mariner of Prellct's laking ott'; in the hair-brained exploit-* ?f his mii'der-er, siihw*t|uent to the crime; in the dilticulty of establishing the identity of the dei ca*c 1; in thc ap? parent neglect with which the imme? diate relatives and tx si friends ot the dead man for a long time re...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

EDMUND RANDOLPH SOME EEBOBB CORRECTED. Hen. nttlwrt C >*? Intbr-*.-*, IHtnlf ll KaBSttHth-i-sftirr ul Vl?Jl, ttitm mIIim-i: tv-.-.ttl nat bb. I I. \ . Daniel, ,'r. m Maea-lne ot Am*?r.i*a? UlMol'. In the oration of the Hon. Rol.ert 0, V. -iithii'p, res.l on the o.-easton of th( completion of the Washington momi' tneiit. appears the fedlowinf* passage " ' If I coull! now present myself'? wrote Kdmiii.tl Randolph, who hac made injurious imputation* on Wash ington hefore and after hi* di tho t'al'inet in ITU >-~ * If I could dow present myself I-afore your ?.ene rated nnrle '? he wrote most touchingly D' .li..ipi* I'nslirod Washington in 1811 ?' ll "A on ld he hiv pri'le lo cati fess my contrition, that I suftered my notation, let the rsu*e he what ii 1.?. tense some of those expressions ling him. which, al 'his moment ?.f bdiffarance to ihe worM. I wi*h to teeni]'-SS hun.: inconsistent with my ? i roark con. My life will, I ht j.e. I.e -lilli--ienlly extended for the rerording o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

THE WCHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBE DISPATCB COBPABT, The DAI LT OmFATCIt ls tHt1v*er?d to ?Bbscritters at rime-!* cgtrrm per wesk. pay* able to the canter vee k ly. Malled at SS per annnm; ts aw at x months: S1.S0 foe three months; Bbc. throne msnth. ThsKKMI-** KKK IA nisPATCHat SS p?T annnm or tl fora!-t monika. The WKKKLY DWPATCa at tl per au Bam. BnhaonrPona In all eases payable la ad? vance, and no paper continued after the ex? piration nf the tims paid for. ."-end post o-t-os money-ardsr. cheek, or re-r*lats*-Bd let* lae. IVrrencr sent ky mall will hs at tba rtak of tbe sender. BBbBcnbeiswIablngtbeir post-office c.tsitged mutt give their old aa wstiMtbelrasa'post-ofncs. Satupls coplsB ? A PM.KTI-UMi RATKS. bau* lara ob t-ass. I time.-??s *? SUms-.-.? _ **? S tlmeo-.-. I ?_ Slims*.-.- ? T? lt times.-.-. ? g l mon in.-. ? ?? g months.- SS 00 Mesdl-g oottecs In rssdlng-maitei ty ps, S Wama ot lesa, ll; m nonpareil leaded, TS cania. Card of mles for mora space furnished en appl x-at lon....

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

ENGLAND* CABINET OWRW. THK SITUATION REVIEWED. -lite tSBSS SeasriS-l Dell|_ir-l **r?Bst?lt> ( . itt 1.1 mt 11-.ti? Th- I'nli, ? sf Ht-* I ?Bserva. mes- Isrrtan sb4 lr Ult A ff-ir*. (B-r ea hie to tbs I Wapa tr h.] London. June 13.?The (jtieen. it - -sid. ia delighted over <? lad-tone's downfall. Thc Parncllites, who acom pliahnl Ins oterthrow. arc going to en? counter the hartlest tunes they have i mt hail. The Marquis ol Salisbury. j body begins to see, lacks self-con i..lenee. Ile has been bold but never fai-sighted as a leader of thc opposition. Lui the very moment the Cladstono Ministry resigned the Marquis of Salis? bury bet ame a supplicant for public help and vowed he would not take ihr power unless thc Liberals " gave his gov eminent a show." (Jladstone never asked ?* a show " from anybody. Thc (,-ncrn could not conceal her satisfaction o\er thc change in politics. She ncter liked (iladstonc. He was to-) Miperior to ctn-nettc, could Wbt flatter, ami wa.- impatient as a...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

6 ? KO. ll WKiiHAMSaVAlU: (Prom tkaCornhill Mags;.tu-. Oil Al'mt I, Wc were sitting in the dravt iiig-rnow of onr bouae at Bayswater one evening after -Jinner in high go.nl hm or. I lied that day hc-cn appointed to a cer? tain poat at (he BrUleh Museum, ahidi would afford me ample opportunity for the studies in which I was moat inte? rested, and put iii" in po.,c.-lion of what 1 expected to timi an aeiple com? petent. Wc had heen talking over my prospects, and the only cloud I could discern upon thu horizon was that I should have to he at my post at an earlier hour in the morning lhan was comfortably compatible with the three mile walk from our boam to thc Mu jte*im. "What a pity, ' said my youngest sister. Patricia, ??lhat wc don't still lixe in thc dear old house in Welham Srjian iou could have -jot to the Mu*eum from therein live minutes." I was born after wc left Welham ?Square, hut Patricia was six years my aenior. and could remember her nursery dava lhere. ?? Not at all," said...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 June 1885

WAR HISTORY. JACKSON'S VALLEY FIGHTS. t'elrarl IV Itfism BRM aa ike < ta mpta.tr n Hr tan rr ria Vim. ?r ih, liait Kial, In ?. . rai NbbBbvb?ana ?<*. Mt l?oN(M.it, Md., Juno 10, \A\d. Ts- "ie Editor of the Dispatch: lt ts to Lp reprctteil that tienersl Im I. ? m's vt ry reailaLle articles in the Venita u hate Lut little value as i-ontti tut.ons to thc history of thc war. ? of his mistakes ia the May article have teen already corrected in your columns. His errors ol omission ami commission i? his description of Jaek - ciiupaign in thc Valley (see Ctn tury fer June) are so numerous as lo ih *:r,.y any historical value in the ar tmle. Thc story about th" engines takoi lu in thc Ballimore and Ohio rail? road and f.f Jackson's part rn SB runng them is ina .curate. But, as compared wilh other matters, it is hardly worth eire. ting. In t the Valley campsij.-n from March lo .lime 1 *?'?'-? ??cm-rai Im I.Oflen stem- to hsve relic! solely upon I is t.. |.'.lections, and these have playe...

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