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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 June 1885

an BX-coivvrcrs nWEKOR. CARRYING OUT A THREAT. Xnttu ?? Elli *fc* Wira Wk* r-ev-_ Tra* I* tllM After HaritflifS O' t '?* Msaiks. I. w York Tl i nea 1 I.rmard Camey, a plan-bar, was -en tenred lo imprisonment for tlii-e. yeera ard a half ia Srag Sm-r on December 24, 1881, for having, on thc Dh of Nti vimWr of that year, killed hts brother John in a drunken quat rel over a rotun 'nar in a li juor-store on the northeast carne? '( _~M.ua ll and Four (i nth street. When ho waa taken away from Mew York to servo bia sentence he threatcne*i ranfflancfl on witnesses against him; his wife Mur? ga ret. ure Kori li : ker brother William, at al several other parsons. Last night, following thecvaroplc of Jobo Carpen? ter, abo. after hie. release from prison. wbere be had bren cent for stabbing a woman he ?bought wa* Us wife in St. Francis ,\a\u '* church, killed his wfe snd stabl*"! hrr sinter at Twenty-sixth street aud Third avenue, (am-y way? laid hm aile .(W feet from where he Baw hia brother ...

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

m\____\__W***V^*:* THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, !0.(.0(). itICHMOND. VA.. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 2!, 1885. THREE CENTS PTO COPT. I ? n-.-e-. I -.niel. ? *4'ire|->r..r. I). .. t, .mittki.dokih:. :.,? i var Hanan si N"W is Yd K TIME in BOY ii, _aalleel eonaameia nf lea thal were situ, aad you caa ass baa .t wanks. They ri lt.! itt tl. We lita. ,..!.! tliese Knotts wa aller yon, Son a your I aa, aa yon can IN HAUY-CA Ikea al '"I * i.-tot.tr*, un" earns late In iniii. aa : iiii ii tall BSBortmenl again Lim u. m.nd. we dundie none but WEI?r um! we m*u ,\ou aayt&lag la oar K( .TH Kura CO.. 503 HA I lI.Mt'KK UliCSK: 217 to 120 WORTH OF (.col'S KOR ll [Bay coorrr rsa a mm mm i UK BX AA M M M la* (' t-KH RB A A M MM M ( CR BB AAA MMM Ki. K R BBB A A M M M AND ll (XO BKB ?.(->*. 1 V il R I ~' SO RB "rrUi-, t ? c R s 2 - ___ BBB "hS*1 mt Telephone, Mt. H. W. fd 'Ks. A 111 BAST Hun - T i: r r. r. 1 Hilly supplies of KRKM-I, RICH JKRHKY CRKAM and NEWEST IMI'RDVKD KRl-EZINO-AITA* ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 June 1885

POR THE LADIES. ALL ABOUT THE FASHIONS. Mlats Aksel Trs-.nt.-s Drr*s?* Ut. rash* ??astir ?_*?! BOBBM '1st*. Wiis, ??*> Alawa. Harper's Batar says : Mohair. can Tea, and bison cloths are the fabrics commended for summer and autumn travelling dresses. Mohair is the gen eral choice, because it is Braded in such various tjuai ties that it will be used by tboae who can travel in palace cars and br Ihose who can pay but Sf cent* a yard for their dress goods. The slecsily-wovcn mohair if preferred, as it is less hartah and stiff" tban the clo?e, firm fabric formerly used: its smooth surface sheds dust, it doea not cockle from dampness, and ita weight is sufficient for warmth, yet is not burdensome at any aeason. The better qualities cost from fifty cents to 4*1 a yard, and are in fawn shades, clear gray pearl, or dark blue: the low-priced mohairs are prettiest in tbe changeable or mottled grounds, such aa blue with brown, or blue with gray, but these also arc found in the gray and brown...

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 June 1885

KEW LUNATIC ASYLUM VF SOUTH WESTERN VIRGINIA. f_k--rrt|eil-_ *f ibe l?ro**_-._ Ball-las. With a* iiiu?ir?ii?n b* n ni?**u h Arlin?lu |_a ni)-* mb * S*rr*?**l*?<. Hy art of thc ('cnrrai Assembly ap ?firovcd March lr-:, \t$L Samuel II. Ifof tfett, of Km kingham ; Richard H. Ott, of Kin-. William ; Ferdinand Rorer, of _;.*atiokc ; K. \\ . Nichols, of _4Xt_ajC_*s_ ; F.mt.ry B dds. af Portsmouth j Charles "W, Statham, of L_t*ncfcb_Jg; Thomai Y. Goode, of Mecklenburg; and Dr. .Harvey lllnl, of Montgott). rv, were f_aa*-e_ate_ h board of ro'.nmis.siuiiers for the "**a_*p8a*a_ af selecting n. site for an ____ef I niau- asylum, to lie known as ? nilivvi-tern Lunatic Asylum, (ur thc accommodation af white lunatics, fii,d to bi* located at sonic point in Vir? ginia west of New river. on tin 1st-f Au_tist. l--?. live of the f-e*--___BaB"***"*"-i?Maaarn. Motiiett. _;..ut, *.i.h.-ls. Statham, and Mack? -.elected as tbe site (ur the pfB" asylum Ih land known as thc Atkins l'indlcton land, al Ma...

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 June 1885

THE KiniMOND DlSP\Tt'H, EY TBE DISPATCB COE PANY. Tba DA lI.T DIM*ATt*B H delivered to sa bat-Tit*-* rt al rimta* ratna per week, par? able to the carrier weekly. Malled at IS per annum; SS for al* momba; 11.60 tor three months; SOe. for on* month. The HEM IW EKkl.V D1HPATCM at SS per annual, or ll for als month*. Tb* WEEKLY DIBPAtCM at ll per an? num Hu barri pt ions In all eaasa parable In ad ranee, am. no paper continued after th* ea* pi rat Um of the lime paid tor. Hend pnst oBtce money-arder. eheck. or reglstereS let Ur. c_m_**y-w-t *Y MME win be at th* risk of the sender. Bubacrir-*rBW_-*'**S their |wst-office changed mnat five their old aa well m their nsw poet-orBce. Hample copies ?jae._ ADVKBTIH1NO RATKB. BALT IBCH OB BBT tum*. Stint ea-..?. S Bm**.?-.?.? S UBI**-.-.-.-? IS UB?ea.. l month. * , S mon tba."* <_ lUadit* notices in readlns-matter type. S lines ar less, ll; in nonpareil leaded. ?? cent*. Gard of ratae tor more epa?* tornished an applloaUoa._ All tattam and t...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 June 1885

THE ENGLISH DEADLOCK. THE SITUATION CRITICAL. .*>!??? H-c-rt- Thr Ah-tir' A%t*ct tl - SMut.nlt at H_l|.|iuij nu. tl.r I'ii .lion ar 11 n.a.T. |l'\ eal Se lo Ihe l?l*pal<*li.l LOUDON, .lune 2<>.?-This PMf_l_f >ir ll. f, Ponsonby, private secretary to tin- Qaaea, delivered to the Marquis of Salisbury a BBSSSSSjS from her Majesty. Salisbury immediately tats* graphed 5_T Michael Hicks-BcB-li. Ar? thur Balfour. William Henry Smitli. and Sir Richard Ashclnti 'ross, and in a short time the |S_U*_MN~ named were in ((tiifi rem e. The polities! -'dilation te*aight ll one of deadlock. Tlie Totiss will not as Min.e power niilcs tbs Liberals plsdgs themselves to refraiti f-om obstructing the pTOgTSBS of thc new ('overnnicnt. 'Ih's j.r.intils the liberals refuse to gita. Thcj mj i ?' Tao overthrew vi by opposition. We simply as pa-tics evchange friction**-." The dsadlock, based a" it is. givsa a casi of abscr lity to tht whole Pntish poli.lcal situation. Here i*- a party ul:.h. Ir-...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 June 1885

A GOOD STORY. slT THE Ha IE /*.;.. T9BPA8SBS. [Tlie OiniMll SU-arii.*.] lt is an eerie comer of the great Bay of Storms, that haven of the lo-:. wb*"-> almost day hy day th* Atlantic givea B-t-S-M Of 'ls widely-ftaihcred harvest of death. Kvcn when the grc_t green waves roll in unburdened by their ghastly freight, and the passion? ate gray gulls are circling ami scream? ing over no gristlier trouvaille than some stray flotsam ard jetsam of weed or wreck, there is always a grim sense of expectation, a haunting conscious? ness of thst weird procession of the dead, drifting ever slowly, night and day. one hy a******, hither. Ol' course it is the stranger only who ia thus arTected. To Jacques Mon? ia, minc and his very bonne femme, ami tbe dor.cn or so ?\ jilii fjart and / ..rr* folet'r* who fl milder about among tht rocka Mid pools like so many young -.-sis, this j.-_-uliar harvest of their own peculiar sea ia very much as other harvests are to other .Jacques Bon hom mes and their b...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 June 1885

LIFE IN TEXCOCO. SOBE SCENES AND PICTURES. A Vial! I* ?'?? Vp." If el I UV-A I.lim-.-, al lt.- P.aala Ml Thr.r Maia 1.1 tl I aa ih a*g__ fCeiTV*por)i!'Dee Pli'.'adelplila Kventna Bul l.lln ; Two trains go out every morning from the City of Mexico to thc ancient city of Texcoco, twenty miles or so away across the valley to the eastward. I h.- first-class train leaves at 7 o'clock. The second-class train leaves at _ o'clock. And we took tbe second class train, for ir is just as hard to get fan i-arlv in the morning in Mexico as it is in any other part of thc world. Anyhow, there is more unvarnished human nature in thc second-* 1 BM trains, and as lo politeness, that has nothing to do with station among thc people of this wondrously civil land. There was one eminently respectable man in the cai?a lank personage, cd in seemly Mt*- and wearing bbs ti len. Hew's* thc apothecary of lem geo, as nc k'( w- before the day was dom. The tatt tt thc passengers did not profess to be respectable, a...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 June 1885

r TRAINING^FOR WORKMEN. THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. WBei Th?? Have ?soot Abeeas-Bei?-i er Ike **-*_*.-_ (emmtmieit-ThsIr lairau< nea ia Thu I'sbmi i . (Rev TorkTtassal Thc subject of industris! and techni? cal education is becoming one of the important social problems of tho times, and ita solution is being eagerly Bought for bj thoughtful, far-seeing men aad women who recogni_e the need or formalin-; some system of trade-educa tioo which shall tend tc increase the atandard value of the national produc _? _* by the higher technical training ol' the average workman and the more wide-spread diffusion of a general knowledge of the elementary prin? ciples of manual- and tool - labor among the youth of the working das-cs. Tbe Royal Commission of Kngland on Technical Education, after a thorough eiamination of the various system*, of industrial training as practiced in thc principal countries of Europe, have made the moat comprehensive and val? uable report on this subject which ha* been pr...

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 June 1885

? THE RICHMOND DISPA WHOLE KTTfBEl.. 10.001. RICHMOND, TA., TTESDAT M.-KMNG. J-TKE 23, IKR5. TUREE (-ENT8 PER COI ariHRa ibb-mi *iY'*lAn.A HOTEL. raK mer bi-mmmi nxrwrms marx."-.:ata_*___ otmctr, V. c Oa Use mw. mt Ute Bm* "__-_"**: 4."MB> to*" aBeve aaa*level; 1. .ea leal b*_wb 4_l_.va>*. _??tr*_at rt*****"* -rumme*- in e*___-e**_?' _ Aisuid U-w.ft.E. W-__*-_t-__ .?* ________ JW vlN-TXiPHOTSL. H - P_____BA_-Tff_7ai-I1-_l BftBOBT. ea*, top af t**-. e_n*___* Un _B-__.nBona*atn? ieee a***. ?__-** i__*mw. *__ ?*-* -____? psatkraan C-ix. road. _ mi kow o~sk, .wans itt*-.. HENRY 1- "*-A*-**-__ '"?^___???_*;; I* I?-lir. _Al**_*_? dna*-*-. Vt. Bl! - LS NOW Km- li _B1! 11 ??itart ead ??*__"* \GKse_aii__*.. ii m. oi - mntmteem tmtea frou. lt.. Maaaia fl .1* t. I ? K- mei em tt>*-:t aaa l_>sev?r> Oar non O-mt ter *, naen* pl-toac* npiBlel mle* u, UiUfcaa. Foe ffartWr la Sra__t!o_t_M>.r-t m.J llrIX>WEI-L owner a.**- Mar lV<'\V OPEN, -I** BLI7E ItlT-OB WBTBCm VA. 'mpbmbb...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 June 1885

TRE RICKMONB DISPATCH. BT TFr ' sf at CH COMPANY. Tl.* OAl. i i'H la dallraree to -*alweri*>_Ma) *eirT**.a?. KirratarwMk, pay ab> to *__?__*-?*_-? wee___*. Mai'.*- at se rpar ani*o_c ts eu ala laetitia." tl.ae for three montis; |?e, r i oaa month. TheMKMI-U KKK I.Y1?!HPATCHai Wper aanroi ix . 1 '.-. Bi HMvatka, The WK*KB I v DIST vti*H at tl per ni* mttm, Hnha-ri|etioi.s ... all eaaM parable In tA rene*, and no imper eonUnu*- after tb* as? piration ..' Uni )?. _*?._ foe. Head t*_*t ooVe wteetey-eramt, ctiecO. or r*e_rte**_ let? ter. Ciurm-i -_*nt Wy wall alli _? at th* ?BBte.theaei il ? sitii_?r1l*-*rs wishlniitheir peal-air e, <-,?ng-*_ inn*t ?lv? their old* a* wall ???thi'lriiewr__)t-offl-?-'. bample eoplee Al>VrKT!H!M?RATK8. tuan men ob t-aaa. lusa*. .mB ** * ?'*?>-_.-.-.- J ?? a lime* . .- * f,? ? time* . .-. -*70 ll lint--.. ? 1 month.-. ? ?? a months.?* 00 K-**_in_ non**-* In r?ad!na-malt-?rty*e. ft linn* or lea* Bl I _- nonpamll leaded. TA senta Card of rr.'** ...

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 June 1885

THE 01.T) NORTH STATE. J BUDGET FROM RALEIGH. _?-?.. Mtaiatoi llrptt,?-A < snir?s*-K-llf-__ SSoii?r?- Mtttli tv erk sa >c? l.lttti- IStla cailsnal. IHpeelal lelurram lo the Dispatch.1 r.ALMiiH. N. C., .June 2_.?Mr. Ttirrsatine, living near I'hspel Hill, lost two son-. Saturday. They aime np to their home, lay -town on the pi __/;-.. were tjinVly BflMBd with convul aion'. and (Iud in a few minutes. Thc boy* had been eating cherries and other fm its. and it ta supposed had in some arav become poisoned. \\. Et, l'cr-on, of Rocky Mount, exlm.ls s challenge to all mail csrrtcrs in the State. He walks ev. iv day from Kooky Mount to h'-i-hvillc' ai.d return.*., carrying an avirs.r wright of 2*'i pounds of tnail inaltcr. Hi* bet tittie willi Ins burden in fuc milis in lifty-scven minutes. His challenge wss incepted hy Letter-Car? rier .'ttl'. Pastas* of this city, the con? test to come T on the rsce-trsck at the Stale ('rot., i's near this city, each man io tofff M potiinls' weight, a...

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 June 1885

I'ROTKITIM. Pl RYK.-K. BROUGHT TO PETERSBURG. stoe Allnec-4 **J-if--***-_.r--r in ike ?"-..*?* Oat Cms Jail-Hu f--_r?-V?rl--. New* B?e?. * rClaneapondrnerof the Bl-hmond l*-_"*at<'_.]( l'K.KKHiitRo. June 22. 1S85. late leal evening Sheriff Gilliam, of Pinindi! ie county, with two deputies, brought to this city, for safe-keeping in the Jail her?, Holmes Puryear, the alleged wife-murder, r. It is now known that a well-conc*ived plan had hana arranged to lynch thc accused, and that Saturday night waa the time aj* toir.ted. Ky some miscarriage un* nown to tho genera! pnhlic the plan failed, but there was none the less a atom determination to forestall the law. It is t-eported that ou Saturday afternoon Pu ty car was taken from thc jail and removed to the woods ahout two miles fiom tho cour-thouse. She? riff (ii ll ism hsd summoned an armed body of men, numbering sixty-five ta all. to guard the prisoner. Thin large escort remained with Pur? year all night, the sherill' heing deter? mi...

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 June 1885

' ?**-r' """"?-^-.?-s?****.*.*-.!. ' " --? Ty-"- -" "-. i-? -.-..- c^r-l , ,-- ? - ,.--,. . ,-__ .?__j-_ __..,_. -,_. ,._-,._-. --_>-/ . THE^llCHMON]) DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 1().(.02. RICHMOND, VA., WKDNKSDAT MORNING. JUNK 24, 1885. ni it ki: cunts prk (X)PTe .V MM MER ii i ***??. t - AT AI l.A HOTEL 'III! NKW HI MM KR 111 "".IT. PLOWING Roi K. WATACGA COUNTY, H ) OB Ol' event of lite Hine Kld-t'l 4.000 feel neeveeaa level; i toa Msiaa*a**e A eke.. Ile. * ? I NI I.V MAi.NlKICKNT. *-')im)ni i I. ' Bl Wiora fr..in -,(' to 7S'. I', levi wall r !n ilium.Inner. IvrrUhir.lS new. Ad o'liiiindatliinsgooJ. Kates low. lastly accessible. Dorins present summer tn ciisn:.- of ? i*.?i,d Maa. k. rc wahdilu M ot M.MN-H-1' HOTEL -IMA- WTxIMMI'K HKHOHT. on lop of Hie ramona Wu* KJdffsmoantelna. ieee feet ? tidewater, oa the ciie_n |.-ih. nie! (il, ,. road. is NOW ul KN .I0NK 17TH. Ill SUV I.. M A-*.-* 11--, l-ioprletor. I -,, Afton ,le'-,I Vu. HI i.i KNOT SPRINGS l> NOW oi.-n lei iieaitii r..;...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 June 1885

_rr Tat _?/**-'*_ va w?i*--?i ?tb*. PA ti * i Wi .il le _*tlver-_ lo frah-w.hi'rsi- - . K**i-*v*r*?_?..)_>_? ? aMe to th.* ra ?. i wr-tkly. Mst <M nt t? i?*r anncai; ts fit ms moniraai ll.?0forttora* ?H**atb*-. *i?v s.ri*n* m-oth. ?T_.M-.Mi-v. ) kKI.YIilMPATCHat taper annum Ol *i tm m nicmih* Tbe WKKKl.. P (WATCH al tl pw an? nan). rftatssctipuona in all <**?** ?***??_*_? tn ad? vance. *h_ no jap-ir conllnniHl an< r tli? *i etm to? of tn* ll ase p_t_ aw. "*?***? ***??** ?-Bc**. "**on-eT-??*_-? chock, or i-*__)i<*i?*_ let? ter. l*-_rr*i.rv -_?ni v> mall will h* at th. rlasofthes-no rt. sn ?__?*.*_??*?wt*hi*if_ tb.ir post -firer* ?hana"'_ nw*, five Uselr ol? ae wel)a*tr_*1rB****-o*"^me*_ Ha ta pl* copl< AllVVltTISlM) RATBK. haw utm on una. 1 Um*.-?* . ?_ lUMN. .-*" _?_! a llnnM-.-. i ao a tim-**-. a to Iii ala latlmea.._.?. 1 mooth.??-? a month--..**?_ K*-a_lt*? mute-. In **-?_1lnf?matter ty****-, a lin-- or lees, ll: le oemoatee* teaded. 7? eat*****, _*_?_ 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. — 24 June 1885

THE NATHM.AL CAWTAL. MINISTER KKILErS CASE. HI* He.aH rtrt-sak* t*t**mltti* fr._? Ik* T-*????'? tt- rn<ii*!'"< ??*" 0?" D--*ertas*al ?f J ??tire- i*es?ls'"i?"?? kv ike rieti.'eai. UTahhim.ffOff, June 23.?-The Cab* laet meeting to day waa attended by all tl.c mrnil-t is ctrepttng Secretaries Endicott and Whitney. *The caae of If iiii-ter Ketley waa considered but no action taken, lt is understood, how aver, that tbe sentiment of tho Cabinet tr** in favor of his recall. It ia learned tbat the dismissal* made in thc Department of Justice yesterday Will I.kc etta, t on the 1st of July, when the new disbursing clerk and six new assistant attorneys or law clerks will be appointed to take the places of thc cresent occupant* of those positions. The cul ire for. e of special examiners. numbering live and including the gene? ral agent, hare been dismissed, and it is uttrieratood that their offices will be abolished. Secretary Manning made a number of -i-mise?ft in the Treasury Departmen...

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 June 1885

lill- lil A I Tl nt 1,1-lfallJ. PETERSBURG AND VICINITY. A Bad ran* A Maure af lei. "?t ta Bank* ?Nra aaa Bular*, rtmmlt- ?lrt.**Oi* fer a ?atm. tO?ew?ta>i-Se?MrrifiheKlrhm--rtit"!>lapareh.', rsrsssBBi-Ko, Jone 23, 1 llr. 0. O. Thoreau, an esteemed citi Ben, and a native of Wales, is lying de*perat*ly ill at hia residence, in this eily, with no hopes of hm recover**. A eery tad fact in connection with but ill ?aaa ix thc sickness of bin wife, who ia la Ibe lent stages of consumption. Mr. Thoma* was for several years a resi ?dent of Buckingham county, where ht* iras the manager ol thc slate-works. He caine here about three yearn ago as ihe agent of the Huckingham worki. bat succeeded in building up a large ?busine** for him sell. H.* is a member af several secret orders, ami has re? ceived the greatest kindncsa and atten? tion from them. A cane waa argued before Judge Weisiger yesterday uhi<h is of con atderable interco! to bankers and to the business public generally. Suit ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 June 1885

DISPATCH. ?-Ti/\f_* \TT\iiivv in ."tikv RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 2... 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. ."? liv 'l.t. il _ IU l/U..? w ai nmm BBBBRTa. V./VS'v TATA I (JA HOTRL. THK NEW SUMMER RBMOBT. BLOWINO KtH'K, WATAUOA COUNTY, >l. C. Ott the crest of the Hlue R'*h*e: 4 OOO feet above sea-level; 1.700 feetshora Asheville. 8CENERY MAONIEICENT. Bummer leinperaimre from R0? to 7??. Pttrrsl water In abundance, Bverv tit ina new. Accommodations tooti, lisles low. Ks-Hy aeeei?it>le. Purine prc*- nt rummer In charge of oMlid Mkk. lt. K. WADDI Li? te l'.i-la* M OUNTA IN-TOP HOTEL. Till* Kl.EAMANT HUMMER REBORT. na top of tire famous Kine Ridge moontnlin. HWl ? lt?roster, on the Cbesa I-ake anti Ohio road JU NOW Ol'KN. JUNE Urn. Ill NllV 1- MAHMIE. IToprietor, Jeia-lm_Afton depot. Va. HOG! KNOT -PRING. IS NOW open. For health.eomlbrt. and econo? my III'ol'KNOT KKKlNO.** takes the lead, larinasonly eighteen miles from tha elty. i,nun! iuk to ko amt sea their fami? lies eveiv d...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 June 1885

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Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 June 1885

THE OLD NORTH STATE. AN INTEREST INO TRIAL. St lin. IImiui ts Mills-A Drraasratr t ??? lisa A irs >r- Railroad Matt-rs-Pet-ms!. (Spectat telegram to the Dtspatcb.) Ra_-igh, N. C., June 24.?-Theen? tire day waa occupied here in the pre? liminary trial of James Smith and Wil? liam Gooch for the murder of John < beatham and the stabling of James I'lieathain. The last named (-ave direct testimony. The Metropolitan Hall, where Mayor Dodd held the trial, was parked with people. The deepest in* laxest was manifested in the. matter. The evidence was not concluded. Ita*. - {tears probable that two daya more witt ? conaiimcal. The latre *?*:!__. ot Thomas Moore, -...si -mow Hill, (irecne county, hare been iin<U*rmined and almost totally (lcstrna.tr! i,v i*. Hood of water, indi ting Aloa* of *.->.(?<'(I. Through sonic misunderstanding Judge Thillips did BO. return from Morehead Uity yesterday morning to hear the injunction cases at N'cwbernc, Thc bearing waa had to-day. A great ...

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