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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 June 1885

EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 4._.M??-fmri't Wtrk at tb* K*W.?**l Tbr*le.la*l *-mtn-..- BBS HISS B*b**l et Vtratata. (O-ii-Btoiiiliinianftkri Rtehtno-n" pt?r*au*h.l Alkxani-kia. V *.., June27. 'M. The summary of the /-vents of tha closing week at the two well-known Episcopal institutions near thia city, whieh has tor many years been laid be? lara your readers, will this time pos seaa at least its accustomed interest. The laM Sunday nigh*, of the session (this year June 2lflt) ha- for -onie time hatti appropriated to thc final sermon before the students ot thc High School, and with it thc commencement exer? cises may Ik* said to liavo begun. The Behool chapel being small, and tho popular iy of the preaelier great, th.* aerrice, hy invitation of the faculty of! that instittition, wan held in thc chapel of the Seminary. The service was read by Ihe Kev. Kinloch Nelson, P. I-.. (once a High-School boy himself), and the sermon preached by the Right Kev. Thomas U. Dudley, 1). D., Bish...

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

?ass^ssH BBsbsbbbbTsBSBbHI ? Vj?$rjr?. '.^??VYK THE RICHMOND WHOLE NUN UER. 10,1108. RICHMOND VA., WEDNESDAY .MORNING. JITLY I. 1885. THREE CENTS PER (JQPTi .. ??_i_..,1. nr^iiLI. BVKIRKB sU?M??T?. Komwik'H. Ntl^M'V r-ot'v-rr Va.. I Jan* s*. mis. ? WILL TAKE HOARDERS AGAIN AT NuRWOoD Ibis nu in mei. I*rxc br use mill si ?i*v grove. On Richmond sui! Allegheny railroad, one mil* from aV|*>t amt telegraph f*nV*. For term* apply to iv lim EH TOTWlf.KR. .N :ATI'RAI. KRUMiK FORSST. The thrive hotels ?aili .ir* n under the sum* ?mr manas-eiin nt JUNK -an. Everything ni *.ur |..? *? r lias lie.-n ilona to cont inn li. rare atiraeiion* of tnt* cool clean. BM . <,ii,r.irlal<li> pinn*. T'h* Annapolis Kami ot r***efage*l. There an* eight miles of sar* r sge-roed" within tho p*rk. The livery Ss rue. lleiil. Send '"i pamphlet. .1. B. PEYTON. SuperlntcndPnt v l . in_ <i MM KR BOARDING AT* BELT - ' AIH KARV. Andre**. UEN.IAJ.IIN H. MRI.I. Manager. Mtnnlevlil* J'rsl.olilr*. moen Willi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 July 1885

s\ HHIIMONi) DISPATCH. * MT TEE ni SP ATOM COMP ANT. rr* PA1LY MIHTATOH fe d*llr*r*d ta *fe*?y*tb*>*at riinraawcasrvaawrwaak. par* ablalOiriei?arriarw*>*klr. Mall** ?. M per aa na br; ts tm als mom hs; I1.SO Sw taree SsoQtn**. Boc. Sh on* month. ?Ai* H KM I - v* KKK LT DiaPATCH st IS ft aa noni, or Bl Sw si? mouthe, Tbe WXKX1.Y DinPAtoa at ll esr ea num. ?ofaarrlpUoi* in ail eases Bayah** la aa* vane*, null no i?p*r continued aft*r tb* *t ssrallon or th* tin.* psl<* tot. Bend post OBSee money?i-rirr, cheek, or r*si*wwl lat? ter. Corr*n??y *ent ay mall will a* st th* rtakof theaemi.-r B&bsertb*r*wla*.in* th*l* aosi-offle* ?hanged moat fir* their olS ss *r*!l sa their ??? post-offlo*. 8a?pl? eopies Wa**._ AI>VKKTIHIN(1 KATRH. ii a i r linen oa ia* 1 lira*?.-?? ?* attn,**-....- ?0 Stn*-**-.~. - M etta***._. ? T0 la times..._.-.-. ? ** 1 month.?. ? ?? 8 months.-.??? 00 ReaSina notice* la r**dinc-malt?r typ*. B linc* or toss, ll; -a nooparatl leaded, ts nonna Card of rata...

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

COMMENCEMENT SEASON. iNlVEHSITr OF VIRGINIA. Sisal felrsVails* mt \h* Waskl**!** Idle* l*rr iMcMr-rBc Mrrlalllaia-TBe l.rssa sira-MsarS Manias* ICorrsapondenieotHie Richmond litsralch.1 Ciiahi.o*! i i?svn.i.E. .lune .10, IBM, 1 .sst night the Washington Literary celebration occurred in the public hall ol the I ni\ trail) in Ike presence of a Urge audience. Thc Weber Hand, of WBBB'sBBBB furnished tho music. Mr. C H. KBuntlcroy presided and ddiv ejas] lin BsBSas?a Mr. ff. H. lirysnt, of Clifton Fo?fte, debater's medallist, delivered an ad dicss on the dangars to thc Govern n.nit from our political methods sod party spirit. Mr. W, .1. Shelburne. Jr.. of Chns tiansl nrg. Vs.. orator's medallist, de livered an oration upon " Southern Literature." To-morrow is graduating-day. or, as th) aaesjlsesBSas say. ?? Public-day," ?win u Ililli SMI will be delivered and decrees conferred. ACADEMIC DI.ORKES. Samuel Marx Harton, of Kcrnstown. A*., bore olf thc degree of I). Ph. His jrraduating thesis...

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

HAPPY HALIFAX. h 411 ABOUT TUM CROPS. f*o*cra ead a**** - Psiuwal (Vsnvs-Bar? ta** iriwJeeH-rVnasMl Istats- MsBa>?*ss. |Oaei*B*sead*utii af tba Btchraood Uavoaien.i SofTTH Hohton. June 30, WM. Tao weather for some time peat ha* f aaren moat excellent for tbe growing erena, and bad winter and spring baan aa aaaaennble and propitious our farm eta would bave been bless*', with tecm BBg granaries and barns. As it ia, we aaa only bop* for fine icsults from the carn and tobacco crops. W li est ami oats seldom give a liberal yield in Hali? fax, and this year they are wqrsc than inna.. But of corn and tobacco our fields make a beautiful and gratifying; dit-plsy. Although Iste, corn is look? ing unusually wall ; that upon the high? lands is exceptionally thrifty. Tbe crop of tobacco planted ia very large, and is standing well, the plants growing oft" from the moment they were ant in tbe bill*. Several of our large grower* have a crop of half a million af plants, while a planting of fifty ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 July 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATC WHOLE NUMBBRs 10.f?0!?. RICHMOND VA., THURSDAY MORNING. jr LY 2, 188.5. THREE CENTS PER COPY. as??:?-| 11. Mini ?*. I Ev NO DISAPPOINTMENT. WI ONLY ADVERTISE FACTS. BIO REDUITIONS IN THE PRU'EH OF WH1TEANP ECHO * MliRolDERED LAWN HUI TH. IS EMBROIDERED StTT-reduced to 14; IBEMIthDlDt- li KDSU1TS reduced to *4 sf); ff, rn KM BRolDERED SUITS reduced loS*; |7EMBnoi|iEREDSU!THredui*sdlo|ft.?0; f> EMBROIDERED SUIT* reduced lo *rt ; f?? IMBR) MUKKU) SI ITS nil need to |7 ; Bl'- FMlOO'lDh.REOHlTTS reduce.! to*?; 11/1 MIH'oll il.RE I) SUITS i.- rn,-. ,1 lofU: |l 7 K M HKol DP KED SUITS reduced tof IB; |L'S 1 .Millions RED SUITS reduced IOS17. All of lb* si*ove SUITS sre strictly first e.'ass goists. and all were purchased thtaaea ? 1SI. PARASOlA. I v, t h,.\\ l.M TOA'ERK!' i'VKlsiil.s n .li,i i il fiom IN lol*; ISi't'RIAL-I.ACE 0O\ EHUD PAEB-OLS reduced from 17 to IS; CHANG! ABLE SILK PARASOLS reduotd tri in |S lot* : CHANOEAKLE MILK PARASOLS reduce! flinn M lol .;? ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 July 1885

toCBMONB DISPATCH. MT TEE DISPATCH COMPANY. * tho BUILT DiaPATTM tl *avn>*rog to oaSarrYbwraai rt mts* came jaar w??k. par* tots sa tao earrler weeklr. M*u?o at topar aatSMUBt MBt*T*umonUia; Sl.SOrartara* aaaaiaa; SOe, tare** maota. Th* * KM I-WKKK LT DISPATCH al fg per aanwaa. or Si Sar sis month* Tao WE*.RL,Y DISPATCH at SI par aa SJalBRMpMoM in all es*** aayabU la aaV oaaeo. an4 ne paper oonUnasd afi*r thi *x paeaikM of tB% tlaso paM lor. ?enS i?-t **?e* moo*y-ardar, chaek. ?r isghOsrsa lat? ta*. Corranap wot hr mall will be at toe rtakof thssauOw. Harswrtbars wishing thslr foal uSaui enan*** aawt glr* their ol* sa we?lMth*lra*wpost-oSs?a. 8ampl* copies assail _, ADVKBTIIMJfG BUTBB* MAW mew oa baa*. I um*-.?? ?*" S linnea-.-.-.? ? ?* S tl-**-.--. ? *? 8 times-. ? w IS time*.. 0 SO I aaesith.-. S SS S mouth*...?? SB Oil Reeding notices in reeding-matte-r type, S Unas or lass, tl; In nonpar*!! lsaded. TS GBiO al rvt*s for Elora apaos fur nish sd an apt*!-tattoo. u All tattara *w...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 July 1885

COMMENCEMENT SEASON. UNIVERSITY OF YIBGINIA. l>ra'. *?>?? I eal'erre*- MrsllH* or tbs luku ?f ike Alansal-AsMrrss sf Mr, Ktaai i. {Convetpondence of tr,. Riehmood Dispatch. 1 ('HARLOTIRSVILLI. July 1, 1SS5. To-day tbe diplomas were delirered and the decrees conferred. A large as? semblage witnessed the ceremony. A list of the titled graduates lias been gent the Ihtpofch. After this followed the meeting of the Society of the Alumni, of which 0. M. Wackford, Esq., of Lynchburg, Vs., is j>resident. There was a large attend? ance of alumni, among whom were thc lion. Charles dougherty, member of Congress from Florida ; IL IL Minor, formerly the editor of thc S?Hthcrn Lite? rary Stfx.ii tiger and former president of thc I'nivcrsity of Missouri; Major Horace Jones. Professor Henry Fsrris, Major Stnijli, W. R. Abbott, Esq., l'rofessor C. L. C. Minor, Professor Alonzo Hill, of Alabama, and Frofcs gor Richard M. Smith, of Randolph-Ma con, who has just returned from Eu? rolie, where h...

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

BB *'-? it n rr-'?*"*-*"~ THRTOTKABE CITY. HER FINANCIAL COHDITtON. fetsSlaasir*. st tlar*'***- A* laerras* er Tea altea Bec?*s*rv--B?B*n* ABeat ts* Ot? ?atSSJe Ma-Oar 4'**-*. ICBiirai-nndenee of t fte BtefctnonO D spateb. P*w**B*nrKi?, Va., July 1,1885. Tao city narai veer ended \ e?t?rday. * and this afternoon, at tbe regular Monthly sseeting of the Common Coun cil, Ihe annual reports of municipal of? ficer* were submitted. The report of I the city treasurer shows that the ex? penditures for the past year amounted to #23*,20*J.i'n\ The estimated receipt* 40* th* city for the voer comment itig to? day are placed at $'213,472. Thc e**ti ? mated expenditures will amount tot? 2' K>, Ot,*;. Th* estimate of receipts, however, is based upon an increase of taxation. The piescni rate is #1.60. but, in order that the city may realise the income which is rwssary, the rate will have to be raised to 11.90 or more, ami thc Kmaice Committee of the Council is not st sll assured that even with ...

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 July 1885

f "' * -."?'." -' ' ' . ' '.*?.'? ': i ? iwry; ? rjj THE RICHMOND DISPA WHOLE NUMBER, 10.610. RICHMOND VA.. FRIDAY MORNI1W. JULY % 1885. TITREE CENTS PRU COPY. _-SaMirfl'flfll Ta_# *a sW aWfW * sjBtj4\*Tn>a**o_B\ I M BMPaXiaE Bttff ll BO. mr iu<; rem cti? I'SUCSCK PIXED TO REDUCE IITOCK. AM' EVERYBODY MIW ADMIT THAT THEY ARE LOW We r-fle) a lame sUk k of Bandsoroe style* ..HAMS at ?,e.. former MS at SV-. farmor price i i.! N i. ll A MM at 1 *V former price SCH A MR at 17c. former price ?-al *! fi c., a ,. 10, and 1.* a A l*ipe 'ol of REMNANTS of thc hes! UW N si Be. i**r yard; ? !.? NOBLE S! lil Mi at .V. a yard arorth i KA*! WASH-PoPLIN atB^.ayard AM ',;.*-. .*>!?.'.;'n RLEACHKH HHKET i le. *yard: : \ , . i sal gooda .;o<*As. davide at 17e a yanl: Mil Kl IV., (jiecllent , rta wilie at 1*'. a var.! ? Kl 1 I Ni'.LhAi'HEI' SHEETING, le at I.V. a yard; \<\s at K',c. a yard worth Al I - - \ I I LINC and ALBA TR) ?*?*?. in choice rotor*, at BfVc. avard; li.Wira M))I>EI....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 July 1885

tm RiTim0Nt)_imPA1 Er tv* disFatce oomfant. fae BAILY MHrAtCB IB oeSlrersat te tatssarttaersaf riVT**Wc**T*i?erw**S, par? able tn the carrier we*klr, MallsatatfS aa* aaanrn; S* mr atv. mos i ivs; S1.S0 for taree monta*; *0e. to*rm* manta. TIismkm i-vc KKK1.T 1>WI*AT0H at SS sar annal*, or ll f>? alx rr.ontlis. The -K.KKLT DI8PATCM al ll par aa Bjorn. Batarrlrtions In all ea*** pavahle ta ed ?eance. sm! no paper eaottnued af er th* ex? piration nf me tire* vaia for. Bend poet offip* mooey-*rder, cheek, or reglateree leU ter, HwrreneT aenl hy mall will he at th* risk (rf the sender. KaracrIberswlahlnt their post-oftee chanted moat a^e tnelr old as w*UMtae1rnswv*o?t**omee. Bampl*oop!e* AliVKRl WSU BAT-S, hal* lacnoatsas. Ittm*.~* ?? a Un,**.....? * ?? 8 ttmea. ? *? Slime--. ? T0 tBtlasea. ? JJ 8 mani** .? ?* ?? Has?liar notieea )u readlns-matter tye*. S Unas or lass, tl; an nonpareil leaded. TS ?ants. Card nf rates Sw more *ye<* fam-hed so application _, AU letters and teletra...

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 July 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. MINISTER A El LEYS CA SE. fj> wt il t.e ta Sat-*-**** ttav* If Bel Beret*---! the Wt?tra, -silt *&r*Mt_ wrt***** a I alt** ?Mates Be-^f-*MW**.??**. (B*f-aaV*pa>*-hOBO**t IJg?*-a*4-*st.l ? ASBTBOTrVK. Ja-T 2.?It tn uttder osBOgl that Mr. Keiley. th* 18i8BS_y> appointer.' United 8tai*> Minit-ter to Auatr-a. wboae ag^*****to*i**B-*crt bar ncea saosre-i riesruBdarablt cnmmtmX. aili not Ire treca.led. He will go lo V teena, and aSoaltl the Anstmn Oo****TTaia-mt ra? fa-*) to r-x*et**a han it it* mUmated that tin iaited States G**?*Jtwaoot w ?maw t-sueyi^saasilerl sd tba Vsenna ?Court, lt il held tba' Mr. Rei* csjiaLli wan and in every way fitted to fin tbe posit mr to which be baa berti natsynsA. When be was aypsaated -*d State* Maw** to Italy, he wa* -HMteewed hy thc eat**** oarafrssrisaisl tlalt-f-etirsji af Ti**s*hua. and was <*r*e finw-d ly mm SenaD. The Italran ? -ri: -i ? u i* ut*d-*r*t**K>d, made rx sf thi* Government whe? ther or BBB Mr....

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 July 1885

4 WTKRSBURO AND VICINITY. YIEGINIA AND CA ROU SA R. R. A rr sam ar far tee Rae**!!*-** raassalsa Rrreai Martins in <b? *?*?*-?*>. tOoris-piwideivccra* tbe Bleb mond Otatateh. 1 PifTi:aawrxo, Va , July 2, IMS. Th* financial condition Bs thc Vir giaia and Wat BB Carelioa railroad and the position which it intends to assume towards this city may he satisfactorily gathered from a development wan h waa revealed to-day. When City-Tree aurer Couch went down to his ofSct thi* otorning his first official act was to get from the Petersburg Sering* and Insurance Company the amount of in? terest due the city by the Virginia and Carolina railroad on IIIK.IHH) of ex? changed bonds. The interest on these honiis fell due vesterday, ami the Saving* snd Insurance Company had forwarded the coupons to their Rich? mond correspondent for collection at the main office of the Virginia and North Car ol ins railroad in Richmond. Tress.irer Couch waa told by the bank authorities that their Richmond corr...

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 July 1885

ET If T-.* : ? (Bl A1 WHOLE NTMREH. 10,611. RICHMOND VA., SATURDAY MORNING. JULY I, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COI'Y. M'l'ilH. \otu ira. mer NO DISAPPOINTMENT. W I i>MY ADVERTISE FACTO, BIO RKDt'i TIONS IN THE PRICKS "1 WHITE AND ECRU KMHKOIUERED LAWN BU'TS. SB BMP ROI DEBKD Mi.'[TB redueivt to fl; BS EM HROI |>1 KK.l>M'ITSr*Mi*<--?dt<>f4.?f>; taBOKMBHoiDKREDSCirsredncedtof-.; t7KMBKOil>KRKDBriTft--*1a(*edto?V->r'; f* KMHHCIDEHKl) SLITS reduced to fa ; ??? kMBltolDhBED Ml'ITM reduced to f7 ; BIO KMHK?'ll'EKI.t> MC IT- crdttcnd fol**; Bli EMLK<?II>EKEI)SfITH reduced I" IB; f!7 EMI'Kiill'EBEDMl.'ITHredocadtofll: t*? EMItRoll'EREDSl'ITHrvKtneed to 417. Alt f>Mlie starve BCITR *re strlctiv first. e'*-a goods, sml all were purchased tliissea I'ARASni.M fr-.TRIAI. LACK COVERED PARASOLS ? ri from t? to**; (COVERED PARASOLS ?rn f7 I., ia; CII'M.I Mi KMU.K 1-a HAMELS reduced fem |Q to $4 ; ClIANoEAKI.K nile PARABOLBreduced ___ Bom 14 le BS i JHA NO EA KEE SI...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 July 1885

rim mmm dispatch. 9T tSM DISPATCH COMPANY. wave &AJI.T DifWAttm ia 4tan******fl *? OOaaTertoersat rtsri-BB cairn per w->*B. sar Bale lo th*, eatrler weekly. Mall**! at SS per aa-rtuta: bb ft* *ix bbobUm; S1.S0 for Uara* B-rOt-iB*: SOa for-**** maota. *m8KJBI-WrKKl.Y miVATOHttf Wper aaaaai. or tl for sis mont ha The WEEKLY UIBPATCH at SI per aa a oas. f*4ir-BWtption* la an costa payable to ad Vtutee. ans no paper tv?Uoo*d after Ihe ea pt vat mu of tn* tlrae paid tor. "*?***? **?*-"* Oflkw inoney-ardrr. ch*e*. or r--f*rBi*refl let? ter, eorreaey **nt ky mall will be at the Ital.of theseiirUr. r*-jl**--irt****awl*hliiflth**r pott-ottw manse** ta*** fl-v* t**'r oM a* weUMtt*eir?*w**?*^.?*>o. Bam***e eopi?? woe. _ Al-VKKTlHlMl BA TOT*. ?AL?I?CB?BM*aB 1B?B-.~..-.-?? ?f ? Uta**.- J J* S time*.-.-.- * ,0 S times. ? sro is tn***..-.-. ? ?* 1 moath_.???-. ? ?? S month*-.?.? ?? ?? Bearii ns not leo* in nadins-matter type. B Itt)** or BBB*, tl; m oooparel] 1-st-Oed. TS BJBBaV Ord ot r...

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 July 1885

NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT. YESTERDA YE MANIE V YR Kat A 0*s* AtteasWaee? Treats****** Crew* Bis? sau,* T* ?Ita t -l>eal<???i t lovel*** l'*a*et Anea*'TB* EtMBsea. (Ry telearaph to the Dispatch.1 Uiiii.AiBLi'iiiA, July ,1.?The at? tendance at the national military en? campment i* steadily growing. To-day 5,000 people paid to enter the drill grounds, and though many of them M-ited thc place early in thc day they found it so interesting- that they re? mained till thc last bugle-note of dress parade had died away early in thc eve? ning. The programme to-day even sur? passed that of yesterday, so attractive were the competitive and exhibition drills. In the morning the artillery contest* were concluded by ilsttcry A. of HsnviMe, 111., snd the'.Second Mat? tery. Ohio Nstion,.l (Juan). .In the afternoon the competitive drills among the infantry companies were concluded. The corni atiics that participated in ihe latter were Company A, Louisville ta? lion, Kentucky State (?usn!'*; Indian? ap...

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 July 1885

^Klttsm JULY. ll - ? STUDYING TEE BRAVENS. Pe*** TOraafS lbs BM Ta lasts ros Ssas* ? UH Baal Btsalart-Vcaaa, Mtrearr. Jae***'. (Providenr*) .lonrna!.1 V BB CS is ? vening Bear, coming to th* front once more, amt winning her legiti? mate place at the head of thc planetry roll, ihe is tor enough advanced on her eastward course to ls* visibl* to ob aerrera who carefully study her posi? tion in the heavens before making the attempt to detect her presence. She motes at a rapid pace during the mouth, hoing, al it* commencement, southeast of Castor and Pollux in Gemini, and, st its close, a little to th* southeast of Baguio* io Leo. No lover of the stars eon. look unmoved on thi* charming planet, when*, aft*r an absence of eleven Month*, sh* is first **?n in tbe evening twilight, as,'-emilio!!* with brightness, she seems to Bloat on the golden waves that sitccead the sunset. She has won tributes of admiration ever aiace men began to study the stars. The abepher's of ancient times paid sweb...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 July 1885

D WHOLE NUMBER, 10.612. RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 5. 188.5. THREE CENTS PER OQFY. ?-=* It is Mid that wbea a physician finds nothing particular thc matter with hi* patient he calls the disease General Debility, and that seems to bc about the best phrase we can uae at the present time to describe the state of trade?il teems to >>e suffering from general debility; there ii do life in it; it is dall, (lat. mle, and unprofitable. But, hie the doc?or, wo prescribe a tonic ; some thing stimulatinr. J something to put new life and energy into it, and make things lively ecce more. We belie re that bo tonic will so soon bring up thc pulse of trade to its regular beat as low priors. We hare a few bargains tc offer?genuine bargain?-?and if they do not tone up the trade we shall say wi do not know how to play the physician. "Hardly ever" will you have the opportunity to buy Clothing at sud figures a* we name now. 3 SUITS UMTS BEST WI1ITE FLANNEL, formerly #20 a suit. If one flt, ...

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 July 1885

TB IPRH SIQBT^BBtKO IN LONDON. A Vwaea fWrade la Rr*> Part-N**** Br** Mta?a>**ea? Platte ta Raelee* --A" *??? B?rer??% Me. (BaorMa eonwpondenecof the IXeeateo. J I.ONiniN, June, I8rt'>. We left Paris with all the world groaning and prophesy inp that the direst misfortunes and disturbance* would happen at \ ictor Hugo's) funeral. It passed otf unoothly enough and only turned out to be the largest, quietest tppular demonstration France has seen. or it was a demonstration rather than a funeral. We were lucky in ourrhoire ??' a day for crossing the channel from ?Boulogne to Tol Restone. The sea was calm and the a ind soft, so we were spared tbe pitching and toeing usually ia store for this short transit, and which concentrate into a couple of hours all tbe agonies of an Atlantic to) age. We thought England wa* looking her best ai we went to I/ondon through tho county ef Kent. Thc pink and white hawthorn boshes were in dower, the treen just in their first full foliage, and all n...

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 July 1885

FOR THE UDIES. SOME FASHION GOSSIP. a*a.*4e* reaiawira- Mleeere aad Olevta 4 eura-Kia**"* *** Feaiaera-ttaaarele aaa>>fPaweital ?*?**?? Jersey webbing cloth is used for many bathing-suits. trapper, uteri, inri lead-tinsel braids trim many tea-side ramble suits. The warf of gold-shot etamine is the favorite cea-si?le hat-trimming. Fancy red bathing-sulta, brought from I'aris, are occasionally seen on our beaches. Short jackets, opening over full baby rraist s, are worn at sea-side and country resorts. For bathing-suits, according to Pa? risian dictates, one should choose bright acarlet serga to he in the fashion. Red and blue remain the favorite co? lors for combination in sea-side wraps k and frocks for ordinary wesr along the P beach. Some ladies prefer a rod silk ban elanna 'kerchief or ono of plain Turkey red cotton to any other covering for the head a hen bathing. American bathing-suits arc very plain blouses with medium-length skirts and half-long trousers. Dark hine and ...

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