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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 June 1885

I pfntDElKI B -M3 9y i, HIS MAV O' T. fcrnre.fi ew fe misBwbi i?i_*h?( it** ,i.l.ii tn a Bimi tOM IWal_ ar ntr T-tese*. (OBiieepiiwili ii nr - T. I'i i i 1,-1 t Ni \ I . .li ne '_?. Trlcprajiliu ml tan .ali ??" oe. itel lien to-.!av t- !?> tlif efl ? t t!ia! ? - fol jail'.'.i hu t> ?**.'? -c .uni-; . aroille < a*antj ;?-i ? 1),r . ...tv lal i ai boll cl*l. and UNI ih. pri-otit in wa*- ll a i . ? ndcr utilcm c raf Icalh for ll . t .(.fl tlllrioti SI..-..V :. al-" col. fl M " : ?? ?"?' lat. icrin raf Uta "I Um . Ir,.- .i;t. aa* ti. i. had in. July M.* I a i nWM lu n.s le _ cell in which he wa** Urn ?..**.? lc! tl.a! he inim-lo I I ? ntakc ?. ml I an I tl ?? I -or ha.l in . ' . ,. i n'e I r. ti lnird e., | Hes | -herr | ' alni.glh !? dar t an.I to -isi! a I lo Ii.rt through lira planking. Il i-rape rn* i'i nu] tln tuiiti sis at ii ?-.?'. *-.? i i t K . tl t. i lllC ? ?*< .11 | hid fi r r_f*n iel iiioti!.' ? offiffrt* of the law. M ? ??(.* ia a ?.cry Viii. -ai'.i I may gue t...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 June 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ?*. ? i turn nt, ,*,*, . RICHMOND. VA., Ii: I f> \ V MORNING. JINK 26, 1885. THREE CKNTS ["El! roi'Y. ai nut' ii mw-iu-r*. t t . mt. MIK lAliK .RI) \K' \NIV ann ' -? with i* tho mi ih? Hue ? fal. . i ? iTfe* trains "t-tn V Didi pa -. ?-1 '??t ache ' *. la n ima.Ita anti he* ? aa to iialn ser rotn .1 uti ol ant t*s?I of ll.e :' ? lt - .' ? v. ?;. ai I I , > utans e_*li ? - ? | u irk and das. lat rt ' ? aves ^ aahlngtoa st I.,... nest morning i s . 'lum tiny oilier limited Ital ' i . m..1 Ute Knuth weet, ria l>eer 1'nrk K '. Leavre Washington at ,i io it al T-4S A. M i | al ?."i' 1* m aa honrthi i.ii- Throagh rn dian*;.". N;a Hint. in or, Pam tm and M.. - ! NI ..'iv No Vies, lld oicaqnltoea no bay-fever, no mi I ? ' i int-..'Still the one beti**1 mi rro'ii '.tn* other WHO .in- ii. ne i"' management of Mr. W. J, Wa ls aa. v ?cement of Herr Pink, made many cnthu sijiMk friendeof ihegit.rious rcsvfl aaaoaf ? . cn people. v n ?? '.micstliiiis abonld he addr...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 June 1885

THE MCHavtONI) DISPATCH. EY THU DISPATCM COMPANY. Tha HA! I.T niWATVH ls rteltwM K> BBtwrril-a-i-st ri>TBBNC_??TS-H'r'i*rcplt pay* tM( to the mnlft weakly. Mailed at ?* per anntis-s t* *?* sta mont lia; $1.60 tor lort** ?>)<*.?tl-.*-: StV **rons munt*. 1_*SI'MI-WKHKI,Y ltistrATVHal ISP** Bunnin, an ll fi*r*tx monti.*. The W-BX-. DttfAfC-i at ll per Bu? nnin. Ktiisicr.j-'iamii In all ea?**a r*y?.vla lu na VMnr. naiad rn* l_l?**r raMitlnneal a*fl?ar ths ex? piration of thr time paid tim. Neild pi-l oir.e* nioney-?rder.cheek, or r?_lat?ir?>d let? ter. Cum ney aeiit K" mall will ba at tha rtaS of the sender. Snlwa-rlbers wlshlit-thsir post-omee chsn-si- must siva thalr ol4 as -re"lasth?irtie-r post-oftK**- Sample eopt? %?e. _ AliVI- ItTISINtl KATlCa. nAI.V l*tCH OK I.t-tS. 1 ItBNS... B Inn B ttnn? S limes . lit tunes . 1 month. .4 60 m 1 eo .. 1 60 .. B TO .. S 80 .. a ss - anil- .-? n 00 Kesd'.ne nolie*. In r-_dti*B-i-?i.4>r ty-*?. 6 tint, or lls_ fl: ?- niuinarel' le...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 June 1885

,;'v FINISHED HIS WORK. tPATBicra oma tu. ^ ..ii. tttmtt, in Lea ? ? i.i.cii, ill-. Bm tn*-., smi It-ataw***-*** DlBpateh.*) I, x s. ? n. V v.. ..ru ? 25, Rot. .*., Kirkf?slrick. D. I>., pro ral Philosophy ninl Hellos. Washingtoa ami Lam 1 ni - i.-til. nea, in this v ' tits-pas' 2 P. M. ; a ii** ni - nu two i .. i for several months bad . to hia bed, wk-era ha - if ? pain. Ha died, as ba had peace y ? t!i God .iii.l all nun? tin1 fall Bssuram e.ol . ? abb ,1 bim to look into il. Hi- funeral ? .lll'tl ow. I ?*i I- born in M.- li? nty, N. C., -: . at( '- with dial ':"'*.- i 111 "JI in l - 12, ll Sei nary in . March, 1837, he wa rora ol Weal DanoT< i Pn - pres rried 1 Miss Mary K. . ? lined i ' ??? terian ! J : ..'? .-. '. l. Mc W.ls I itorate of tl .l. nth tri i . Ala., in I- H. and inst! : ;' ? ? burch in 1-J-'. led to a pi I -. I *-*lelh< rpe I niverni.**, whi !i . ? c \t..- i .lii'ci r ?; upon , ilic In:- Ala .na in ll. itu- installed pastoi tl !? -ten. >. C., i R .vete...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 June 1885

? !m_CWIADEC-t? tirgima asi> CAP.tytilNA J?*. R R.eon ?? tee <? ??".,_Onlr aiU."-**- eTlS tim.oem *?>??*'"?? ._i.?._ in-x?_??*----*-*?' tllmm HWtr " *? ( jrta? (ik-.Sc ' |t*ortt-?rt>nt'e siofiheKlrhmeendntap-tcb. Pl in-: .ri i;...\ a... I tine 25, I**:.".). *?\ ben l tit i*cport was circulated here I on what,-appeared to i,e reliable author it**, t'.at the Virginia an.I North Caro lina .railroad had passed into ihe han.I.? oi ?purchasers who did not intenI t. arMr.pletc th* construction of ihe road, 1hc Finance Committee ol' the Oo_--M ?Council at once took action to prevent Ihe projectors of tlie mail from |-4U_fJ 11 cession of thc small balance of thc city's appropnati-n th it theo rem tamed Vl)expo_(l*<7il. Mr. Jehu Mann, who l,vl 1 (tt. tame intel thc .-.cut of the City to disburse the appropriation, was.lire te I to honor M more drafts, and the Com mon fut.neil dim tel thc I mittec to nuke an examination into the affaits of thc road and to a-ccrtain. as far as po...

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 June 1885

ItlOHMOND VA., SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 27, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COP u P 3,000 FRIT DEER PARR AND OAKLAND. ti ism mat of tba Alleghenies, within tha motts lllsdewctlnn. dlwetly on tha Un* of Ike Halt Inion' ani onto. No stage rtdss ?r "Ima transfer-,. All 1 litoU-il-I* xtrr*tm traIna stop. "Si itllthe n<**-? sod iiti[*?i-llijd faat Billson the Itu Hinton* and Ohio ra 11 ron rt ttieaa lovely twin reaoru ara. beyond all som Dar leon, the mott advantageously lo? cated holli ivs to train service and sor r-nndlnga ff any -tit of th* Rockie*. laeave Wf-eitingtori after late hreafcfML arrive at Deer Park for dinner. Leave Washington after ima dinner, arrive at Deer 1'ark lor tait)iper. Return trains are tM)_a)lv fRvorahie: le* ve Deer 1'ark after hm* k fast, arrive at W aab lng too for early dinner. Leave Deer l*ark after dlaner. arrive al Washington for ?arly supper. There I* elao n Nlsht Ks press e-rh way. making trtpls dally trains ?acta Ks'ltl.-i.ir* and Ohio Limited for Chicage and ...

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 June 1885

?HI KirHM0ND_DI8P._TCH. ET TEE DIstPAfCBGOEPANT. __e DA tl T iili^ATOII IS .-?iHrar?a m Botaaon .-*mat BirrRKBobbtr -**r week, par aWatolhot*-nu*rva-i*-i*il.v. Mailed at fo par aaaam; ts few min months! ll.SO I-f t_ra. B_otvt_a? Sfta*. fttrone m?c.iii. Ttia?K_]?.WKKKLTI>I.HPATtTHBt|JpBr aannm. co li n* %i% a-ontha. T_e wkkkia wtHi'ATCH at Si par aa? aam. B-U-ertpttaaim in all mata par?Na ta ad trance, and rm ,-i_r eontino<_ affr the ex* ylrauoii trf th* time paid tor. Maud ?*-* ntMeo monty orAet. cit eek. or reaUrtert*- lat tar. ("avrancy aant ny mall will oo at the ?t8k(-rthetw*nrW. rtul*ert_e_ wishing ?_??*? poat-ome* chant '. mast fi va U>e_r o)< aa weUMl-telrnawtJaMt-olBee. l*e-_p'B oopt? ADVERTIBINO BATH. BAt-r IBCM OB -B-B. 1 time.-? w B-O-Mk-.-.-*?.?*** * ?? 8 tltntm.-. - *? e Hmm.*.......?. ? ?? IS Dawe-.-.-. ? 80 1 mort th.-.-. ? ?? B atontha.-? 00 Rm-IdB noiieoa in re*.1lus-matt*?r typa. S iiiu. or Ibbb, tl; la nooperetl leaded. TS Santa. Corri ot ratea 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. — 27 June 1885

1 II r OLD NORTH STATE. *? ?? BAND f'F Rd ll HERS CAUGHT. I ital nra* ea ?Be Renter er Ten* uettet- I risiollcaal - Kalin**-* - A NaS lase-Si-.-iil^-na. IMj-ecat t"!t.rnr!) to ihe Dh-pai-h.] RaIKIoh, .lune 'ld.? \ number of ciel cns (>r Wants uga county had a loug, titn* stn-pectcd the existence of an or? ganized band of robbers operating in that section. Houses, barns, and MiK'k.-ho'iM**. were entered and robbed, and cattle freijucntly t*tolen. Thc nui? sance bees tuc very great. A party inidc up ?< i '(nu!ned men followed the trail of mc marauders, which lcd MavMB thc monntaf-m into East Ten? nessee. . lie party met Joe Dotson, Henry I?ttmu, and another whit? man, a ho acted suspiciously, and ai rested them. These prisoners were carriid BB :n'.o Tcnnesse, arni gave tho jmsne much valuable information, which f'.nslly lcd to th* surrounding; of s bouse in (arter county. Tenn. There the MBtj found a store tilled with pu *'_rt* -ta.len from people in VVau Uuga county, N*. 0. The...

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 June 1885

, FASIMVlun PST. TEE STATE NORMAL 8CE00L. Prmrnttortmnmt KBerele?e-Kt*M?llBi*??le? er lite We:_ - M.rf-?l? >-' l>iele?a? Attora**. ll*-^r*-?*wrb?Wnav.,fi ieHaTtimori.1 l.t-pateh.1 Pavmvilm:. Va., Jone 23, I"*"*"*. The Hr. t commencement of the State Normal School of Virginia took place te*-dsy. Tha readers of the Dispatch may feel some interest ia a brief report ?f the annivm-ary proceedings. The "norning hours were devoted to what, I belicif. ia termed the "examplitlcation Of the work " of the Behool, the pupils taking the plsce of the teacher and il? lustrating the nnrnul method* of in? struction. This was ?.omething new to many of the audience- In passing from clans*room to class-room great pleasure and surprii-r wa< expressed by visitors at tbe .kill and "aptness to teach" which marked these exercises. They cloeed with exercises in vocal music under a most accomplished lady of the highest mwaical culture. The commencement proper occurred ia the afu moon, and nobetter-h-...

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 June 1885

lyn'^rm THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NVMRKR. !0.r>0.;. RrCHMOND VA., SUNDAY MORNINO. Jl'NE 28, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. K a a *- * A A r_T* -oS "oo" KAKFMAN A OO. ARE NOW MAKING THE GREATEST t saa Sa PDIFI -T8"" AUKIMlr iii;, OK ALL HACRIKICKH IN MM nit ol "? il nit | ame bkby j SB* M M li I. '?II*-.IJIIt RHYT MM Ml, I. ll StNNll RUB YV an m ii l ii n n .1 r. ft n t M tl fl LUX lt n BR KKB R R V XV RB KNOWN IN THE STATE. A close cxstitlnsllrtn will eonrlnce the it'-t fcki'pts.-si of !!)<>?* facts. To elvo an ld?_ how ws have marked eo?ai_i for ibu t-oiiiluB week, we will sketch only a lew of the roany bargains. Por ex? ample - IIB IL COLUMBIA. HAPPY LAND. COLORED PEARL STRAW, desirable abaprs ftir 15c?were *0c. That l**ok_ Ilk** Liimii.-k. WHITE AM ..RICAN CHII*H, In lieat shsr**"* only, for _M*.-never soltl lesa than SOa*.; WHITK ENOL1HH HTRAWH, excellent shapes, foi ll.SA worth |_; WHITE. I'RKA M. and TA N < RIPE for S_c. a yard- reduced from 60c.; WHITK and I'RKAM ...

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 June 1885

2 THE REASON'S STYLES. BQBSTBiNQ FOR THE LADIES. laim-aiM A*_at .-. _-m-at*fci-*e *?_?*_? ?eal T-*iaiMi*ta-is?air? aaa rt-_a_-_i r*w Sar*** a. [lit latlelphta Ttin-M.! The skilled modiste who makes the art of dressmaking an cartu*-1 study finds but little difficulty in const ruc tin)* the skirt of a dress or in correctly forming tbe lower portion of bast* ne or bodice ; the sleeve ls more or leas troublesome, for in tbat the elbow-room must be in es sd ly tbe right place, for even a seam's difference on shoulder or in ltogth of sleeve will make or mar tbe comfort and beauty of the toilette, and quite as important ia the neck fin? is)), which admits of roany variations, aa will the trimmings on the hat. which is a complements! pert of the stylish toilette. Generally the decorations of tbe dress at the throat are in character with the bodice tun minga, but in other in. faners the finish at the neck is dis? tinctive and exclusive, having no con? nection with tbe garnishing on other par...

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 June 1885

? LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. (-?7.? _r_trr, 1 llt-r^fc ?f (8? Malaarkelr B--_iti*"_ ffr-lis aad Waal Thar w- ,s US. S. Ajax. Cr. \ 1 ..j mt, J Juna 24, 11-85. ) To t\e Editor of the Dispatch : lt in strange, indee., that there an- ao many people of intelligence in our coun? try -rho delight in attempU to lower our nary in the estimation of tha world. Noon* will contend that the United ?Stat** navy is at all formidable; still we officers are not responsible Tor Olsl? and wc do not like tho frequent attempts oh the part of our writers to make us feat tonal]. When you laugh at either branch of thc military service you laugh at your own stupidity, hacan.se you send men to Congress whose chief object occtBt- lo be to secure r-sclection. Kron Mr. J. Eaten Cooke, of Vir? ginia, has allowed himself to follow the drift of the class abor* referred to. In writing up his recent trip down the .lames he found il necessary to indulge in a f*w remark- a Inch, upon examina? tion, will h* found to ennuin...

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 June 1885

-.; -,*^*_r :-??,*? ITO WCnMOND DISFATCH. BT TBB D'**AMU* OOBVANT, "_* iVAlLf OT_af>A.t H fe a-.llv-***-*_ ta ?e-sw ??-.-.ii:rrr*_ ?-*>".*-, ?*- a.pejr aartesethecarrlvsweehly. tali.*: -tWf-ir annum 88 lor sis RXinUm: 11.80 for three ?.oaths: Soe. for tum m-nth. TheKKMl-***. KKK LT Dill ATCHat BS per annnt*. or fl tor sis i?i<-.ni ha TH* WKKKLY DtHPATOl at fl per ea naa_ i*ular-rtpi)owi tn all emmet **?-_?_? la __? eafiee. aad no ra-fr ec. Un ned afUr I h* ea pUatton er th* time <*el_ for. Heft- poat oflirt iy_-*o*y-?rd*r. cb--ca. or r*g_d?v**8 ?"?le? ter, t'ui r_ney acm by mall will be at th* nek of Ut*t -tiCcr. Hol-tTit*-*.rsvrt_h(n_ their ?po-t-o-JV*. enang.^d ronat e*.re Uwlr oe* te a*n***tb-?lrii*wj*-?**?-o-_ja. Samp-, oop"** APVFRTIHINt* __AT__*_ ti * ir ni % on ?_-**_ lUaae. ?0 ? *4?_r_,_.? J *_\ 8 i'm**-.__.-.-? ** ? tim*..-. * ?*? IS Unala.?.....?_.-.- * ** 1 m-ata_..._.-.-. ? ?? 8 month*.-.-.? *? ?? Reading ootlc-. In reading-matter ly**, % timee or lem. tl. m ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 June 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. GENERAL NEWS ANI GOSSIP. tht CaM?M ?? a ri-a-nr** Trie IM-'.-lttr ?|.Har Mint KarrBar- *M.-.|*-_-?4-r_ A Maui** Ml**!**. IBjt te-Mit-ph to th* Pla-mteh.i WAEBMBQ, i>\, Jmie27.? {secretary "NV bitney chartered a local steamer and look the President and members of the Cabinet and a iminbar of ladies on a pleasure-trip down the Potomac this afternoon. Tbe President to-day suspended Ho? ratio C. Ktirrhard. of Illinois, as Direc? tor ol tbe Mint, and sppoinlod James H. Kimball, of Pennsylvania, in his stead. Tba -bango will take eflcct July lat. Kimball lives at Bethlehem, Pa., where he is professor of Economip t'eology in tho Lehigh I'nirernity. He ia s mining engineer and metallurgist by profe-unon. He was odncated at 11 an ard University and at the Mining Jv luKr?l of Freiberg, Saxony, receiving the d-grce of Ph. D, from thc L'nirer ?ity of (iottingen in 1H."?7. He has held appointments on several .State and Gov? ernment survey *-. Puring the war he aervrd m t...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 June 1885

. ? MttDRED RUSSELL'S LETTER. BBOH BEA I'LIEr TO PARIS. .iH?i*.-a?ir--n.- Ttttirtt..!. i?mal? ta* _-!?? - __->!? V..ir* I'irinr- I )t- I rn* It*t*i*lal'*-am??-xin_en-?i-^thel'*_i|_i'cii.! Paisik, June 1, 1.85. Wa spent tbe greeter part of our last . few day. in th* Riviera in the open air aad thad* the moat of our good luck in being surrounded wilh fields of roses and grove* of orange-tree* in bloeaom. At tbe seme time wa gav. a pityin. thought to friends in London and Paris, erhe were complaining of bitter cold winda and even anon*. He.ulieu, a charm ing spot between Nice ?.?:. Monte Carlo, waa our lent halting panne before starting for Peria. It ia a village con? sisting of a few groups of villa*, and showing signs of developing into a fash? ionable resort for which it haa the same general advantages of all the Riviera towns and tbe special one to gourmands of Bouillabaisse. Some of thc resi? dents add material)-/ to their income bj growing flowers, principally roses and pinks,...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 June 1885

\ A TRIE PROPHET. THE PROFESSOR'S BOB ANCE. [I-.ii.lon Ho-iety.*! Herr Professor Heinrich Bettinger. Thad dressed himself with more than usual care when ho sallied forth, one line April morning, th pa*- a h'aflee. lui/f to Frau Miltnacht. who lived in an old-fashioned, rambling:, wooden hoib-c standing in a large garden on the high road, about a mile dist an! from Ins home in thc little town of Ahngtedt. in South l-ermany. The Profev ?or was a middle-aged, awkwardly built man, slightly under middle height and ..iclined to stoutness; he bad high ah .older* and a short neck, and he foo*.ed aa he walked. Hi** face, spite of hia long, -baggy hair, irregular features, wide umala, and crooked teeth, waa by no means de? void of attraction. The forehead, o-cr which thc untidy hair fell loosely, was broad and nobly ahapeJ ; the blue eyes which looked out from under hia spt*" tarleh were full of gentleness and can? dor; his expression was benignity it? self, and his whol* manner unassum? ing?...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 June 1885

? THEGREAT yo?1 - ?^ vOTH/zy ,0.3 main st. fOMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ST. PATRICK'S BOYS' SCHOOL. Psanb Asassl rsaiB?eureBieai_loier??ilB* r??rr???i-/ld(lre?. hr Hi>tt?? Keaar. The closing exercises and annual dis? tribution of premiums of St. Patrick's Boys' school (Mr. Joseph F. Cooke principal) were attended by a large and at tent ive audience, including many strangers. Of thc revert nd clergy pre? sent there were Right Rev. Biakoo Keane, Very Rev. A. Van Da Vyver, and Kev. Father Slattery, of St. Pe? ter's, and Ker. Father Doii.rty, pa-dor of St. Patrick's. '1 he programme of exercises was as follows I Opening addreta*. Mn-t-r C. Mahony: Hall O. tjiuen nf Heaven Yntluoiied (chorus); Hills boya'speeches; America Master P.I.' J-urtIn -. My Coutitrv. "I'.si I Thee .i*horiia>: ( t. S!..ra'?(,'(KMl Till Anoltier is Itald. Mhm let John Mci'sithy ; Twinkle Little t-tar. by Hu* uiiie boas- Karly Education Master Jt-s-ph Powaia; Come to tbe Greenwood* Ima Man, M. I'?i?-em: Pnrsoi! of K...

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 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 June 1885

THI- RICHMOND DISPATC; ET TEE DISPATCH COE PAN the PAILY mnPATOH -" d*!lv*ra? BBbe*rtlieniat ri kt nts ruurt, per w?*k. pa Bbl-* to ute cart t*r weekly. Malic lallat asBUMi: ts foi ?ix montis: tl.to *w tht Bkontb*; BO*. Strone m-n't*. l_**t.*ll-\\ KKKLY '.?U*PAl_HatB8| anrioin. or fl 8*r*lx mont ha. t-e WKKKLY DIBPATCH at ft per a BUB*. Hct-cripi!-.*- in all ??sa* para ht* In a vance, and no paper nuntin tied after th* e ptrnt'on nt th* lint* p*ld for. Mend pi* efl!.** nii*n*y-a?n1rr. check, or r*gt*tei*d tat ter. t'ni?'moy aetit hy mall will b* ai tl flak ca* th* aender. fl_st_K*rl ft*r* wlahtng tb* potl-orn.ee t.t?ng*d tmut give th*lr old wall a* their new po*I-otOcm. Bauple eopl ?ree. _ AHVER.TIJ-.INO RATM". ?ALT I*H*? OB LBSB. 1 tim*.?.?? ? glim***-.._.~?? * ( Btlme*.. * * ]S time*-._. 0 t 1 month.-.-.~*. 0 I S month*..sa 0 BBSS?I*notl(*-*ttiI natllng-nialter type, line* oi lea*. ??''? lo nonpareil leaded, t Benia. Card of ra t-e tot moro apace furn lah ed rn npikllcauon._ All t...

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 June 1885

PETEBSBVRG AND VICINITI. C&EBNSVILL&S SENSATION. *:e. .B*_alea BtaSJ Rumn. - Omiten IVeih ef a Warta* Cell r_ faaa-Varisa* News Nates. tt*<(-**aBpondencie of the Richmond Dispatch.' PBTf.Rsiu ro. Va., June 29,18H5. A merchant of this city, who haa large dealing* with the people of Greens i tile count**, nays that a fear days ago one of Lia customer*, who is a respect? able trista, preacher, canto into his commission-house, and aflcr transact ins? his business began to talk al>out the ?escape of Bern Moore, the condemned murderer. The preacher thereupon eolunu-crc*', tho following statement: (ht the day before Moore accom? plished hi* delivery he was in Relticld. and went to the jail in his ministerial capacity to pray with the condemned man. While he was praying a man connected with the jail carno to the cell, and, interrupting thc preacher, pointed to a burnt spot on the floor, and charged Moore with haring made an c-fFort to burn his way out. This Moore stoutly denie...

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