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

A WOtKl WKI'.UN'O. BA TTEMtEKG A ,N I REA TRICE. TO. ?Br/*?l"? H**? ?*?*?! BBtBrrl** Itsaak BM tv**t-Tfc. *?*?*?* IS I******** A cable ?pccal t the !**? York fibu** aaya : TH* great marriage or ihe )r*r is over, itt* ?ajal-beloved of ths royal ' hildren?ihe one ?*?*? ht*-nosi near!, touched popuhr lympithy and ?a'.isUd imp' '.tr ri gard?ha* made what evin KngliKhmiin fear*, and n sM kng lishmen SarSSro, ta he the mit uii'it at ti unworthy mst, h of at bast two generation*. Fancy a tiny v Mage embowered rn that deep,'only green ol a heh only Ihe Ute of Wight has the sen i, with ?*e long rambling "treeI of comm >n p'ice OM cot lag* s. an I scarcely a moir important midi nt than th* publican, 1>?in* mad* th* scene ci* th fashionable aedUii.g af la rosr. *> gneataw*** Canipellrd lo 4rtV* over s mile if they came from Osborne and i. ht miles il thev cam* from l.yde. I he church M-lectid for th I c . ?? mon.v. like so manv nt in*, purports lo be a restorat.cv and "? t. ally a new...

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 July 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.(>:,0. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1885. THREE CENTS PER (OI'Y, OH, THE BARGAINS IN OUR STORE. .Yo False Pri ti nos >p Yoisy Ulai ms, but Straight' forward Stott aunts and BONA-FIDE REDUCTIONS. Too Much Stock on Hand for the Season. wi: HAVE PUT OUR SHOULDER TO THF, WHEEL, and ire more determined tliAn ever lo close on. entire stock of C ' * TillN'G, HATS, An.1 FURNISHING GOODS'if LOW HUCKS will tflect this result. Not one dolltr's worth of merchandise will Le carried over to next year if -.riots will move them. This is a "regular pic-nk for bargain-lovers. To buy risenherc before having Feen oar stock and prices would be like Ihrowiflg money in tb'.' gutter ; and besides, there is not another house in the Stott showing such a tren ?. heb ms assortment, of MEN'S and BOYS' STYLISH CLOTHING as is now offered for sale in our tftabliflhrnent. JUST GLANCE Al What we are Doing that is Making Our FELLOW-CLOTHIERS FEEL SO SICK: *?*. ...

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 July 1885

tr K GllMfSE OF THE PAST. OLD HOUSES IN RICHMOND. piat***r HI*i*M, letrreai aa* nrn.nl*** TBelr l'*airetBlailra fcllrli*. (Eorth* int|vaieb.i There are aiveral historic house* ?till standing in Richmond, some of whkh have been noticed by Mordecai, whilst other* of fame in their day have keen entirely overlooked by hun. Tito " lg*," '"tilt ot "tone, i* *?id te be the oldest; it is net, however, the first stone-house ever built in or acer the?pre*cnt sit* of Richmond. It . was in existence, though, before our j <x,rporttc limits were escertained. Richmond wis established in 17*42,. aa lind south of S*ro**koc creek, by | William Byrd, the younger, who died two JtSis later. Before thi* time it wai called "Byrd's," or " Byrd's Wirth. use." ?? Byrd's WseOr.onoe'' ess oripirmlly built near thc tr mab of Saockoa creek, hut removed by statute soon after the great Iresh ef If ay, 1771. to a point Bow occupied by th* Hallard Blouse ' and Kxrhang*- Hotel. Burnabi -doscribes Colonel Byrd - ho...

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 July 1885

RICHMOND COLLEGE. ITU PLACE AND ITS WORK. Barlr ii'*"- > **8 l.rrwih-lta fraaaVra BmsOeai et l*tln?*il*? li?*u( Ballttlaa* ra* ( en" ait'iiin .i liaaratamrai*. Thc achoo! out of which Richmond College grew first took shape in In 12. lt was known as thc " Yirginia Baptist .Vtninary," and was located at " Spring timi," in Henri.o cotuity, five nules from Richmond. Two years !>eforc this | few earnest men of ihe times, presided ovri ly Lev. John Kerr, then thc eloquent pastor of (he First Haptist clint, h. had lormed a society for the ??(lui*tmn of young men who desired to enter the ministry . There were present at the birth of the OOdoty sm li men as Ros. James Pim, James h. Taylor, Weird Haptist, H. B, c. Howell, William P. Hmaddus. J. H. deter, Mi Ball, Andrew Broaldus. Lu ihci Lire. .Ics-e Wilt, and of l?yuuti Archil.al.I Thomas. William fianc, Janos r. Crane. Colonel Niiurod Brai.haiii, Colonel Georgi Love, John H. Htegi r. RichardQregory, .lames Sizer. William Walthall. 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. — 26 July 1885

THK BICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBE DISPATCH COMPANT. Tha BAILY D1WATOH I* Isllvertst to an rsv ri hr ns t ?n rir*irBKT**?*rw*>*k, nay *M*> Ia IH* earrivr wrsBly. aUVlrd at te p*r annum; ts for sn month*; |1.I0 for thr?* ?nonlli.: ftOr. foror-f nvonlh. Th*KF'.m.WFKKI.VD)Ml'ATt:MBt?P4ir Snnnni. or ll for sit rnonlh*. Th* *A KKK LY DIHI'ATCH ?l lt amt en? an rn. r*viiv**r>ii|v4loiv* in *H em?a i?r*l*?* In ** taner. sid no i**i*er CHititnird after th* ??? ptrailr.ii gvf th* Ur** ra'*- ">*?? s*>',%1 (**?*" o4Tli r Baiia*H atilt! check or l****S**S4l 1*1 ter. I'urrvnoy Baal t*y mall will h* at IM rHitot 1!.**rriler. Hnlsvcrlht-iavvlshlii* th*tr rsat-oflVs rh*nged must giv* lh*lr oil at w.ll** their ii*wr*?i-on.e*. Bampl* ooplr* fra*._ SnVKHTIHlNd BATBt* HAt.r incHoRiasB. _.JJ *e lilia*. ilimea.- J ?? ? USN*. * J ? lime**.. Ul Ba i*. ss*** . 9 si" 1 mon I h. . ? ' I menin*." ?*? ?? Koadltw Boat*** in ri*B4*iig-m*tt*r ty***, I lins* or I***, ll I ta nonpareil leaded. Tl ??uta lard...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 July 1885

SI1VATI0N IN ENGLAND. THE POLITICAL CALDRON. I- ft s.it k r.f il.- lal! I triii. H* t xx m., ianeean -arrafas-fne n...* > runi.m (.rnrisl "kr*?*. I Hy rahle io Ihe Plspateh.l 1 om'on. July IS.?Popular interest in politics las again been transferred from Parliament to thc hustings. When Tones assumed power there Was a gen crnl though vague ide* that they would st once inaugurate a radical foreign I x . mid public interest was cent.! el on I'll Hamal BBS Ikf Conservatives ju tek>Cf barf sMSM even less belligerent than Ikf 1 iberals were, and thc people now await new declarations of princi* pie from both |.artics. Many nonben of Parliament have alrcvlv left Ixiii.iiii sud gone to their i live liorontrhs to arrange for On? coming struggle. All indications *,h. S thad Ihe next battle st thc polls will be by all odds Ike -everest and most hotly contested which h?s beet waged in England ance Ike famou-cam? paign of I*-.!'.. At present it would be bar.ardoiis le give odds on either li...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 July 1885

MRS. WILKINSON ; nil, HELPING A FRIEND GIT Of TRI >lHI. E. i non (i.tltlitll.l It to often happttis tba some chanco association of ideas awakens the most uncollected echoes in om memories, re stoiis to ns our vouth. our boyhood, our (hil.'.hood, and not only enable! us to recall something that took place in Ikara far-away naya, but actually lift* us for a moment br two out of our pre aast nts oar peal Be*vra*se ihat wc feel as we once foll and see as wp once raw. until tko vision fades and leaves BJ vt nh a .ji'iir, painful sense of l^s. 1 suppose ext ry hotly experiences this Mt-sation occasionally, lt caine upon lie very stiongly om- runing when I waa lilting ia Iks kass*, listening to Pole, who had embarked upon one of his deliberate attacks on the Home Secrctatv. Pole was humming and hawing a good deal; frequently he paused for some seconds, trying to find th* word that he wanted, and more illili once, failing lo lind it, he went on .quite tnees/klly without it. Be was noP in...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 July 1885

THK CHOLERA MICROBE. 7>J?. FER RA N'S DISCOVERY. (?haiti lr* wnir* Weir Tarawi la lix Vt nr rr ibr |rnrl*ti|*b'r lav.ttttrltr- l-:?Mstale af Ul* Wrxfc. A Pant letter to the New York firti-.t nayt : Although^ most loth to tecogniic the claims to mer.t of a fel low-cointrunan. the french are oren mor* inditpotcd to recognir.. the claim a lo merit of any foreigner. In thc first rase, tbe recognition of talent abroad (?literally suffice* to overcome native skepticism, a* witness the suer-- ai Ih* " Kill* dc Mme. Angot," which SS manager here would look it until the " brave Beige*" had welcomed the charming operetta at their theatre of the JfeSBS**, bul for the second there is no 1ft up. That eiotic origin i? the indelible spot of original sin which all the waters of civic baptism. n.lining naturalization, cannot wa b ont. and if a discovery made ot a ser tice rendered be to remarkable or io brilliant as to make disparagement ridiculous, every mind turns to scan h for la petti* btt*?i...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 26 July 1885

THK FASHIONS. NOVELTIES FOR SUMMER. Bar*.?kiar Skeet W.rriaa !>??*#?. Wraa **?, l*w?-Trr*t* *rlt*. i:tr.-Thr LHr?l pei , kra ta Brerf*, In ? Ibe p!ca*atitestnegligemoiiiing dreaa for tutnuirr, according to Harper'* Bator. . insist* of a skirt and half long Barque called a matine*. The skirt is slight Iv gorr.l in front and in thc side*. anti m".pule full behind. The saci|iie is cloaelv fitted in the back, but may be ttraifiht and loose in front, or else partly fitted to th* figure by a dart on each *Ml*. "White cambric, cross-barred muslin*, and plain white linen lawn* ar* used for these suit* for general wear, and tbe trimmings arc millee with wrought kcallopfd edges, or else strong brm laces, such aa the Moon in lace, the Cluny patterns of linen thread, and thc finer"qualitiea of torchon lace. I ti srriions of linen lace down thc fronts of ihe sactjne arc used, and a double frill of the scalloped lace trims the ,,<vk and sleeves. At the back of the basque are some pleats lai...

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 July 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE OTMBBR* io.r>3i. RIOHIfWND, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 28, 1885. THBBE CENT8 PER OOP*. ? Ai, sroTtiira. caa- rn* kbb ono ll A L 5^ pra gol aa I "ss, rrr ri g sab 31 r a ooh aaa L Str r BBB i.s.; II A A Lux .sa. a t ann oo rrr Z* aa i a o or -Sat. asl kb o orr ?TJ AAA I R O Ol Sa? a allix rob 00 r r j rae bra a**** rrm r r bJbbb pjb a h 2 ^ * tt J"**s .1 va kur "vs- kb 'vt "Ha? jj/ asa a a "as" aga r ?Sa-8. Mil CHl-APHHT EV KR OKPKHKP. KLAPR JERSEYS al '.'7t\.-tlk* re?nknr Xt rc ia fl .80 ; i K .ll ia-KV B al flit*- the res-ulnr ii ie !*ta: HAHN IT. liitnvvK BLUR and ORREN .ilKsf.V'S at ll.S.t?like itmi.ar prut.- ia ?' IlLAPK KlUIPFP JKRRsTTf al !'?< UM n irn'.ar arie* ts Bl -' HI Ai K JERSEYR at |Lir8k--trst rcnler 11 re i* .i-.tso. RlAlK KKAIPr'D .tKHSF*YS at |l.i)-> II,p rektuisr jirlr** lal 1; ?LACK iKlisl V st,muled wlihwlde ll. ? ? ims braid, al ra.i'e-a.h- regular pt lae Bl*. Al thi a* extremely Hw prtf-.-, for st ric tl v Bart-riaaa Roods...

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 July 1885

THE RICHMOND DBPAim BT TBE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tb* 1>A1LY lMW'ATt'll l* dellvBresl to Bvals*?rliHir*?l rift ar**- ,?**.?* pei woe*. P*r Bble ** thr carrier we-rUy. Malled af f? l**r imiiim; ts for alt monilia; |1.I0 for thr** monti"; SOC. Intone ni4Mil*i. Th.HKMl -WKKKI.VDlsrATl^lattaper annum, or tl for ul* months. The \Vr KM.. lUHl'ATCU at tl amt an* norn. B?r?r<*iiri!oiis in all ***** i*valil* in an ?ranee. *nd no isM-er enntmnr.l arter the .'?? IDlratlon of the Hm* paid nv. "?*'-?? offtce money-*rder. eherk. or roisterer. let? ter. Currency .erl fy mall will I* ?' riak of I lie .ender. Hnb*erl'>*r* ?* l*h ?? 1*4*11 posLofflre changed inust Btv* ll.*lr MM W*llMlli.iri.ewpo.l-oii.c*. 8ampl*(?pt*? I'i***. __ APVKKT1SINURATKH. HAI.riSllll>?l'?*. ...J ac I"***'.?.I ino ttlnitst. ' 0 ? time*.. ta time*. 1 month. amen....?" Krailln* nolle** In rc*r*dln*;-rnattr.r type, ft line* or le**, tl; In not)|*r*tl leaded TB oent*. Ord of rate* for more *paric aarnltned au application. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 July 1885

THKNAT^ONAU'APITAL. fHS COSTRA CTS WITH BOA CH IVrrriari Whlla.t** l.attrr ta Mr. Ilalrirrit ***-(? ?llur,*Vr.r ? **-ll|.|nr*<. (By lt lea rt i.h tat the Dispatch.] Washington, July 07.?Sci rotary Whitney has sent thc following letter o ll*orge W tluintard md other gen? tlemen to wi om John Roich made an assignment : At our interview in New York Wed? nesday last you resasSfSBl me to take into ciansideration the condition nf ea.lb ot* the cc. :-.acts between the tiovorn meiit and .'. hs Noach, pending and in? complete, and in view of hit assign? ment make some suggestion at to thc *uicthod (,f i allag with the mimic *uh jeet. I pare you assurance I wooli do so. and r umuiiicatc after roaching Woobiligton As 1 ri*w thc matter, th* rule which governs an indiridual ia these btiM-.ne-a transactions should ger ccu thc a. ton of thc Department il all event*, if there is a different rule propel to bc applied, I am not aware of it My duty heretofore has Boomed very simple ind plait, lt ha...

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 July 1885

> DOUN HY THE SEA. BOY KILLED BT UGHTMSO. V*mttf?-lrn9xortmt9** Mtuee, pl>rrraT?m0>n?>ofOir Ktchrnonl Ptspatek.l NVhioi.k, July 2T, lv" A heavy thur.deretorm patted over Norfolk and Portsmouth yesterday af? ternoon the track of thc rainfall of Which did not extend beyond the .itv limit* on cither side. The electrical effects frew very severe. A youth named llor.icr. twelve years of age, son of Mr. John Holier, living on Prince ., Anne avenue, while returning f\oni bathing at Lambert** Point, ? .night shelter with another youth V a0>r h tree. The trw wa* struck '0y light sing and Ho*i< r Instantly k jj?d, while the other boy wa* Mtofely stunned and had his arm* and breast nurncd hy the tah. Cn Butte street.*, {welling; was atriick and damaged y *?<! * schooner lyirg at Roper'* w narf had her main trurk earned aw ?y. |n portsmouth the reeidenre of the Ute ("barlee 8 on Crawford ..-trtet, was torn and dam? aged, and tjie residence of Mr. Samuel T. Hand, To?<lni?...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 July 1885

THE RICHMOND ISPATCH. WHOLE NrMflElt. 10,632. RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, .HIV 29, 1885. THREE CENTS PEN COPY* B nt nti.o li rut a wirif, CTFALO I.IT11IA WATER, (Ll X T AND HI C*,'i ?-M I. RIVAL Ol' lill. BOT XX \ . ia um i i:ii'' MAI MA i iTs x \ ? * i in ARIGHT - Dlfll AB1 -if* I DB TIIK BLADDER*Mc i|s:!xioNX op rlOT-flPBtNOII PHYBL i ; XN-r. Kill ' x' v i NM, liui'T, RHKCM Xi IC i Ni.riiii:-i:t COLIC, flt-. skit, I, Retin a i altt d Btete* Navj . iw ? *n Hot Spt tijjs. AC ? xi thia \Yritt-r ia Un i anti thai bx brid disease ' -I i tVll'el 111 1 ? ? Mi.- re? medial tozettt ia -.ta contained " lill ..'SH ? ? vrlc (loll, lilli I MAW' OOCT RHECMA , \- - :? -m BRIOH1 - DISK \>r or tuk KIDNEYB ftc . William B, To -??r-i. ly ..r Virflnla, lt ? - ? h ntl yali an ri"' I .. .-.. va. ? i feel rn ? . t ? i i, I ki ? . In ii Bingle i aa- of ?' . |nm ? i ? ? I .o thia ' OOCT. ll. T li. I". . .ia Kt - '? I ' I i ? ? s,. ?_?. i hus. ' : ll.'.V-:-. LDMJJ \ WC! \'l IC A. I NH, I'v.i. ff ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 July 1885

.1 IO .. 1 r-0 . 1 BO .. 0 TO I , 8 .0 ' . I 88 ! ,. aa oo THK RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Th* WAUA HikerATOH 1* delivered to nherribeiaal fin ?|Bl?cB!-"r* ?.?-) a*e--k. par? able to the cartier weekly. Malled at I* P*r IBBBBi: ts for tit molli li*: f 1.88 fol threl month*; BOABnroae B*aarR*. Tbesk vt vv i ? KL. lOsPATCIiattaper anitnm. m ll for al* mont ht. Th* WI I KM i.iM'Ait'Hatll perm num. aBiteeripnona in all earea payahl* in ad eenee and no paper cotillnoed after th* ex? piration of Hie tina* paid for. Mend BBB ? Offlr* monet .-der. cheek, or regltlerel lei tor, rjerrcasj *e..i t*y mau vin b* et iso rr?B of the tender. Bu??wll-r* withing tlir-ir aort.nfr.ee ehaiiKcd mtt*t Btv* their om aa well a. their new pnal-offlo*. Bemple <*>&<* fre*._ AHVERTlslMl lt*. TEE. nair i BOB OB l*B* 1 Ora*.I Btln.ee. 8 tinier ... . 0 Croea .? IB time* . 1 month. B montha. Beed'ne nonce* in readlmi mallar ts**** e liner or lera, ll; to nonpareil leaded, ? eenie Oard B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 July 1885

CRAM'S REMAINS. PREPARING FOR BURIAL. -n,,,..<.'? rsrk Bel-cted-rfce ti a ard at Il...r A rr*ceal rre*B Waskloatea-Ba ,|ee*l MflflAaBBBBk |Bf telegrapl) to tb* Dl***ateh.l Men IB i M< Obi c;ok. N. Y...Lily 2s. Poy brok* bright and on the nioontain passed wilhout event until IO o'clock, ?alien the train Arrived at Summit. ?Colonel Fred. Grant was one of the ?passengers upon it. He proceeded at wee And Alone upon his AirivAl to tho cottage, his brother Jesse htving re? in*.md behind. The Colonel imme sliatt Jv repaired to his mother's apart? ment, where the family gathered to bear the result of the Colonel's trip to ami conference in New ^'ork. Ile detailed hi* movements, and explained that there seemed to bc re.v flOM rot the choice of the burial-spot 3n some other than Central Park. Riv? erside Park hud it thc time of Ofoeral I.rant's death been suggested as thc spot of interment, And seemed best to the Colonel, after BffaflJ and h-arin,* all, to change the place of sepulture ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 July 1885

hWNOIJS I! <,<?. ? i is Ti ns ? .arte IVrioeairr In ?ait.* |'t?'* . f it r I airnn- s ??'"> M. | s.v . , fetas) lotter tay*: is an eatutg-t'ation OB the South ern Pacific railroad, aad stand* well out OS tho groit* I'ri-on Plain, about ' BB] betwee i ll Pooo and D lld I;.-. Beal ? BBO foimeily Am {,- i frontier justice of a decided upi al ind peculiar kin! while! acting ts mt i-ttaie at Morden I ring ibe building of thc railroad, own- j ilriatm* privilege st Sanderson and j lhc lion..! ri i'te-bii'onlli'.iio.vi'MM then vt Hi.. ' ? ? rt'hor ino i , t, . ami t> a mau Of I M ' tim- erament not altogether pleatant. ?utterly be hes found liane h - Ll av liv" OB hit hands, and to n-m-t him in whiling away lb* logging hour.- tint Brun bl ?? -iv.' .it nt tins dioiry plain hf ha* taken Bp ibo study nfnalu ralbietery. His bolleeuon, as Tot, is tmall, but it b decidedly a an! ? ?nd be is ai'.'iing specimens every day. ll is his lupe nn i ambition to ?>? be the proud peOBSOBOr Ol...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 July 1885

' "?-*" * "~?^ .as Ml Jilli j, I,, i .? . ' ?" "-'- l'-,-'1lr$,9^W?u^& THE RICHMOND DISPATCH ullOLE NVMBE1L 10.68a .T^M^ir^AT THURSDAY MOBNINf*. .IH.Y no. ,h?I~ tHBEB t3tNTs PER COPY. I i-ntinn flrjj-nlzps anti (ioes to Work Quickly. /.BALLOT BY 10:30 P.M. re* hmii i-nt lint; MrRiRnry Sworn!; B. P. lit ThinL r* ? WTIdN TD THE NOMINKK. K I rt -cnictJ ll tl*) invention, Ile lle reives a Warm Welcome. A SKETCH OF HIS LIFE. Brien.-d' HI, Sen ices in the Field ll. in I'bluies. c::;v:-:::t;cn adjourned Mill Uni Thia Soniinf to lomplftt the lifkft flnel .-nlopt thr I'latiiinii. Ik il.'eirutis to the State Conven? tion entered upon their work at lo o'rlo k vt stcrelsy morning, when, ac eardhtf tn wiffl faaMatn, tbe members fr.rn tatli congressional district met. .ed. anil iftilfd upon those who ihoubl rfRffflful them upon thc regular t (-'iiioittces to bc later fnpomted. 'I li- re-were, tberefore, tea 'listri. ts meet? ing in tin diiiereiit balla,and members were thu*; brought Urfftbtf ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 July 1885

THE Kihi MONO DISPATCH. BY THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tba DAILY IMWATCH is delirared to Anrtarrirtersat rirreKBcawTA***rw?*>B. pay? able lo th* e*rTi*r weekly. Relied *l lt r**r onnnai; IS for six month*; 11.10 for lbr** Btioiiii*: tOc. foron* manlh. Th*HEM!W Uki *i DIMl'ATCHAt Wpof Bo nu m. or fl for six moot b a Tb* WEEELT DISPATCH at |l p*r an* Bum. Btiiarrlpllons In all eu*** perth!* In ad* ?rance, and u?' roper txwittnoed after th* ei atrailon of th* lin** paid ba*. Band port office moncy-*re'er. eheek. or reels**!*** let t*r. Currency Beni Ay m*ll will b* at th* risk of I he Bender. Hulacrlr**** wishing their p-QSt-offlr* changed mort fir* their old aa well aa their n*w pos^offle*. Ham pla ooplofl Bree. _ ADVKRTIHINCI RATRR. HAt.t iwritoR -.aaa. 1 tim*...-.-A ?** tlfli.-S t time* . 1 00 1 10 tum**-. J J* IS time* .-. *-*??? 1 aioalh. ? tt I month*.it 00 Readlns nolle** tn reading-mat ter lye*. I lines or loss, ll; io nonpareil leaded. Tl eon Ia Card of ret** for mc**** epee-o ft...

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 July 1885

A MlNii-KRIE R]T01K*\\ tJIE Fill LA V El PHI A ZOO EA T. ?to"'! ia lad* **>nwl Ihe Ape'tUn nf | Vim Asimsi. lleir?r.W?-si an* Hov*) fra a*"""' ..i*i|.ht* |g-*Jpr*1 I " Me f*e.l our animals almost en lirrlv BB u> horse llrsh," saul rx-Kecp Lr iiu-kinson, now butcher at tlie J* Zoo." ?? Sunc of (he horses are resented to a*. Inn most of them are ought at rates larvint- from about $3 #ti. There ia a mistaken idea that thc -rester part of the animals w* Will a token-down street-car horses ; we it tl,on ("rem nrarlv all walks of oise lift. Many of them are fit when t,i \ , OB ' "?"? '' li' rc are people lu. bar* bean tba po****gg*ri of horses "tri a 'lit/i'ii >r a score of year-, and ?who, when it boctotno* aatatmary to part ?With than, prefer lettim' us tako thc animal rath-r than sec tb*mfo to work i . i w 'u re they might Bot he j-cn tieaUd it) their ol 1 a*,''.'. ?? Wi ki!!, i n an average, about three lo rsc s a wet k. Sonic come from point. ten i i twelve iiulcs from thc c...

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