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

bet cdee-nent account of the military re? cord et! (ieneral Lee, com lulling it by saying that ''whe* be beat bis sword into a ploughshare this knight of bat? tle became t knight of labor. Soldier. civilian, patriot tn all. bc presented thf name of Lee, believing bc would bethe instrument of the orchestra that would be selected when itu* batt leen ff ? (TiRigc, boys, our I it jr. shall lead thc wat to vi. ton : ' '* wat hewl. Mr. Dunlop elOafd Amidst the most tri mciicious cheering. And ss he t""k bis seat the sound ff a bugle rang out clear and sbsrp, sounding the "ld familiar cavalry charge. An old Confederate cavalryman who had been .juicily listening to tbe Speeches. WM startled from his lethargy, and. jumping from his seat, clapped his hands and said: "That must bf ?ne of our old bugles. I'tl give any? thing to yell as loud as 1 can." The sound was so realistic that hun? dreds of men sprang to their feet and looked around in amazement. It wt* one of Jardella'a band that eoncciv...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 July 1885

BasBtwaaaansn THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, uuv.li. RrCHiAt^N^TvA.* FRIDAl MORNING, JULY SI. 18*85. THREE OENT8 MBH <-<'-'Y. tnt* a Tint a I.. CWARTHMORI COLLEGE, 0 thirl) nt In u tea from Itmad-Htreet Ht* Piiii, Philadi Cnder the tare ol I rn lids, hut all other* admitted. PP Ll COIXBXtl OOtlRRR Knit Horn (-) N l - i rt-* , . - , ,,. .,, ?, , i tc-urr Als... ii PltEP AMATORY MC HOOL ii fol location, large urouml* n,-? kiel asian kn hi lld cu,, poi catalogae and h. i ni mid: .aa KOW ARI' H RAOILL, v vf 7SI I IBS ?!' ni Ha Bl J JOLI INS INST1TI H.. \ v. CE i < ' Mks. R.S. CHILI B ... ,? VV ? lil VV ! a x i ?i. 1 ri ?x xt * 0. vs. i.u ib, LL. IL. j Cn kl it- i,. c., ki A M ?r Ml- Nil. , s V I , .'?.'..' *:.*s k. B in ts Mi'-.i AM' vi:r. ll i . ? - 1 i ll Haas. / \ ? , . ? ? MB l ll I M' ll .1 -'. I 1 l ? ? nrd ladles gt*. *? st tent lon || ;. ' I mi lit. w v . ll COilege 'Ol ! he tuni iin-iit li* location sud iiirroundlngs forbid th.??*? :?? i ' S I" BX ii Bl Heist . '...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 July 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBE DISPATCH COMPANY. ?jpn* boult durpatom a delivered to BJBJMBS' lier* st r i n r. i n cxbt* per week, pay? able to thc ferrier wept ly. Malle*, al M per snnohi: ls for eta mont hs; 11.80 for three roon I la; HO*. 8-roer t.itttith. Th* HK MP WEI MY I)tSPATCMeASi|ai OD tm ai. or ll fm - i .non.ha. Tlie WKKKLY Pirtl'ATCM at ll per an linn. -*4i-terripuons in all reece parable In ad vance, and ne pal'-'- c**ki ti tined after tha ex Btrallcit nf the IPs* paid for. Rend peal csfflpe monpy-anl'-r. chfspg, or TrnxMer+d let? ter. iNtrreuey *ent ky mal! will be at the Bannt-aesaader. s;.,?*crl*>er*wlBl*iln8th*1r ra-at-ofTirp chang ?i ru .tat give their old as well as tbelr new pttet-oTipe, Bampie copies ?res._ ADVLRl.siM) RATER, BAi.r ism or i.Bise. 1 lia**.-4 M t ' . ? *.-t* 1 00 8 tlniea.-. 1 80 BP ni ea-,. 8 TO It time*..?. 8 80 t month.....'. 8 ?8 8 month*.88 00 Reading notice* tm rctidlng-matter type. 8 linea or lea*, fl; In nonpareil leaded, TB eenie ("ar...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 July 1885

I '??? **"?' - -? TEX NATIONAL (CAPITAL. CBMMB-l <" VJ! il a ASD GOSSIP. Tbe fVerli'ant aril l ahliiat ta turrit fi)* Bree* RT-.at*ie* I ,.r Prr.ld. nilai Va, rt WBS"t ?>??*?* arri A*ri*'*tnirni<. Illy teleirepli lo Ute 1>i?i*tich.l WjuntisuroN. July .io.?The Cah inet meei g ta. tay was attended by all the members. Th.- session eras shoat Mites (letotc! almost entirely to the lersfioii nf routine matters Lir rr tbe several departments. Reference WSS Btade tn tho (irani ohtjc-uiet, and it waa de. nh-1 that the President and ^gB mcuitirr- of hit Cabinet would the funeral ceremonies in New York city. 'I he party will leave Wash? ington ia . al car Friday. August '7 th. Apartments have airca I.v Len engaged at the Fifth-Avenue Hotel. Miraba! Mi Michail is charged with ar? ranging thc details of tho trip. Pri ratcSe. retary Lamont will iccoinpany the pant. It is not likely that the President will return io VVi-l ingioii immediately after the funeral. *s -,t is his parpoea te ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 July 1885

A MPENE1) SHEAF. SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE. Maa Ira- eT ill. Natale BSreia la Bi-Bair *T Bl* Bara- !t*vt* Virtia tr I'ale.tlre-?!?**? rr 9 t *rO*l Life. Although wc gav* a brief sketch of tbe life of Sir Mo-es Montefiore ou the occasion of the celebration of his otie bwndrt-dtlt birthday, our readers will thank ut for refreshing their memories regarding his remarkable circer. ? ' Sir Mo?et Montefiore died Tuesday sjftoroeoa at Ramsgate, Eng. Tho whole life of the venerable Hebrew philan? thropist, the patriarch in Israel, waa a devotion to a worthy but a once seeni intly unsurmountable object?to relieve tb* persecutions and alleviate the sutfer ingn of tho Bebrew rare, of which be was Ibe acknowledged head. He was a man whom a nation or race might Well Ire proud to prominently place la its pBgcs of history. Few men have enjoy ed ko long a career, and fewer alii) have l?een able to look back from tbe summit of their one-hundredth year over to beneficent and honorable a life. Kor a generat...

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 August 1885

? wmw^^r THE RICHMOND WU.HF. NTTMRRH. 10!.:_. RICHMOND, VA., 8ATURDAT MORNING, AUGUST I, 1885. THREE (DENI'S PER COPY. fi WIKITIftVIL ETHEL CLASSICAL AND MILI? TARY ACAHKMY. in a ronni ry noted Sw beauty and health. Coerrr of *ttidr. io nra riche* anrjame.l In thorough nat* by no aredrm) in lb* South. Medical and lew Ces ne* prvparetrirv to th* Cnlveraliy of Virginia, Board, tuition, medical attend ance, half nealon, iv*. No ext?*. Ad drer* Majob A. O. SMITH. Retb*i Aaed*my Koal-oati-e lm Faofjufei anl-eodlm r^meowweonnty, Va. PANTOPS ACADEMy7~ NEAR CHARJ/nTTEKVIIXE. VA. Sir Bott and Yerang Mao. Hend for Oale Vogo*. .MHNH, MAMIXi.v. a. M . ITIncL rei. Rsv. KlMJAR W(K)l?, rr. D.. __**_!-codi "4 Aaarkclatr PrluclpHl. SWARTHMORE COLLEGE, il rty minuter from Broad-Street Hie tine. Pbiladrtpiila. Ceder the cere of Friend*, bat all otben admttted. ri'LL l*OLLF.Or. COt'RSE FOR BOTH BK.Xb.rV- Clsaslra', Sclentltlc, and Llti-ntry. Alan, a PREPARATORY school. Heallh .?o] location, large groun...

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 August 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBE DISPATCH OOMPANT. TB* HAILY HHtTATCH R dt'lvered to SMbBrtitH-riBt ri rr bbs r ****** per week. pay - Bale te thc earner weekly. Malled at 88 p*r annual; fa for nix months; 11.80 itr three nert Uta; voe. tor one toe*) Ut. The SEW I- W KKK LY HtMPATCHet BB Per BnattKi. ts ll for tit month*. Th* WEEKLY UlSPATCH at Bl per an? nean. Snrtn-iriii-in* in ail easee payable in ed ranee, aad ne paper eon tinned after tb* ar. Stratton of th* Ilma paid for. Mend poat eatee mon*y-*rd*r. cheek, or registered tri? te*. Cur re ti ey re u! by mell Will ba lt th* nek of tbe sender. Hut>*rrv hen withing I h. ir yaet-offic* changed mnal alt* their old aa well a* their new poet -nficm.. ur mpie copier ADVERTISING RATRR. ha ir i sn ta on IBra*-. ? Unit*-.-.-.- lfm ? ???*?**?."""' _, B to a time*.-. m _^ ian as 1 00 ISO I ntrmth.-.? ? .-_ ? B month*.-.~* ea w Leading notice* In r*e?t!ng-m*tt*r type. 8 line* or Mm. ll; Si nooi>*vreU leaded. IB sante. Cerd of rate* Oar as...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 August 1885

THE OLD NOIbTII STATE. IN AND AROUND WINSTON. afa-rlB** *r Twa I'asalar 1'eaat tVinaiit. Bise. BAaearrl St laaaSBfBt AlllrS Ar a Rsan war n.*.i.r| f sarereaet, kt. r-?0**rt*aa*raa<U>ncs? of the Rleaimond DiarosU-h.i Vi i NSTON, July 30, 1HH5. At 6:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon quite a largt congregation assembled in tht Presbyterian church tu witness the marriage of Professor Charles I). Mc? iver, assistant superintendent of the "Winston Graded School, and Miss Luis V. Martin, dAughter of Dr. MArtin, of this pl act, And Also of the Graded School. Pre.fcr.sor Unsold, of Now York, presided at the organ And ren? dered the wedding-march. The couple were preceded to the rhAncel by the tubers, Dr. D. N. Dalton And J. A. Robinson, of the Leader, end the mar? riage ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Johnston", pAstor of thc cburth. The newly-married couple took thc eve? ning train for Chatham couuty, the home of tbe groom's father, bearing With thom the best wishes of a large circle ...

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 August 1885

TBKOlT.fi THE TELESCOPE. STUDYING AUGUST PLANETS. 0 Resat Ha! IkiiUi U.n Itt* Beealal Birr- J art ter aa! ile ?*?*. 11 Voa I. lr nc* Journal.) Vrkib ia evening etar. Sh* easily erin* the first place on the August plan? etary annals, for hbe has folly entered aeon her period of visibility, and ia one of tbe chief actors in tb* incidents that diversify the month, taking a prominent part in five of them. She ia in i onjuac tion wilh three planets, a liar, and the moon. Venue will be, withotitqucslion, the molt interesting star in the heaven* from Ihe present time until the end of tbe yeer; for the dianne* between tbe plinet ind tho sun ia constantly in? creasing as she oscillates on ber east? ward course farther from thc solar do? main. Thia movement will continue until the 8th of December, when reach? ing her greatest elongation, or moat distant point from the sun, she com minces to retrace her steps towards the great central orb. Therefore one of the mott charming ? sages of planetar...

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 August 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. TB WHOLE NUMBER. 10.636. RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2. 1885. _J___L(^__?*:.'L^__ We Are Satisfied WITH THE RESULT. The Ticket Has Been Made, and We Ask Iou to Support lt. . OUR STANDARD-BEARERS. mfTO>fie6<tu, CAREFULLY Ol PLAT In Our len's Department The $10 CASSIM ERE SUITS arc nos* $7.75, The #12 CASSIMERE SUITS are now $8.50, The rl.r> CASSIMERE SUITS aro now (ll, The lin CASSIMERE SUITS are now 113, The $'J0 CASSIMERE SUITS arc now $15, The *10 NORFOLK COATS aro now $8.50, Tlc $1* NORFOLK COATS are now $0.50. IN MEN'S PANTALOONS THE PRICES DAVE BEEN CUT DEEP. In the Boys fi Children's Department The 48c. SHIRT-WAISTS are now 32c, The 79c. SHIRT-WAISTS are now 53c, The 98c. SHIRT-WAISTS are now 77c. The BOYS' AND CHILDRENS WOOLLEN SHIRTS and SHIRT-WAISTS Ore now 65, 80, and 95c. The former prices were $1, $1.25, and $1.50. IN BOYS'SUITS (ages, ten to seventeeen years) the reductions are no less than 25 per cent., and ia a great many lota...

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

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ir tBE DISPATCH OOMPAFF. Vee BAILY DIWA-teOa M doBverefl te Bjaj-AteiiberAat rirrABTt c-awis fer week. per* *>MteU**-*irri*rw**kiy. Mal led At M P*r eanasn; ff re* *ia montnt; 11.10 for three ?Bronte*: SOe. toroa* monte. TfleBEMI-WEEELT DIRPAT'C.?eiat**er aaania. or ll For six Bneatba Tke WEEELT DISPATCH Al fl oar an BBB). ?tet-aeripuons in all tan** payAltiA tn ad ?one* And ao raper eon tinned after tb* *x at ral lon of th* ur** paid for. Band |-**al? offie* mon?y-*r-l*r. cheek, or r***-i*t*r*-*s* let? ter. Currency sent by mall will ba at th* ?rlakrkf ?besendri Hnlss-rlberswishlnfth*tr ?MM-offic* ehangaf mast glv* th*lr old ab W*U A* th*lr new iJ-wu-ofBoB. Bampt* copia* ADVRMTIBINO RATES. ma tr isca OB LAWS. * Mraa.??.fl BO fl tlAsaa-.-.-.? ?* 00 t Una..-. - M furn**-.-. ? 'O llllnisa-....-.-.- ? M> I moa th.?. ? ?? f BiontnA-...?.-.~ SI 00 Randing not'eas in r?adlng-matt*r ty**. I tinta or lian, ll: te nonpareil loaded, Vt tenta. Card af rat** kw mora...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 August 1885

SITUATION ABROAD. THE ENGLISH CAMPAIGN. Nelli Partier. *?*B**rBat -trsiorsti.** i.sr.t R*?**vl?lv I rise rain r*rilsll. Vt hi***** la Mr. 01**>C?nr Bilrnl | By cable lo ttl* DlaTsttrtl.' biN'DON, August 1.?Although the electoral campaign in about to open both political parties are still in search of a detinue programme of party ac? tion. The development* of the past -rok hat* disclosed an immense rup? ture tn th* Conservative party. This han bi en cauaecl through the diacontent of old Tories, who constitute the vast kulk of Hm party. They believe the ]>re*ent Conservative leaders have been going too far in their ellon-*- to pro? pitiate the Parnella** and secure them aa allies. Remomtranccs have been aent to the Marquis of Salia tSury from neatly all the provincial "Tory election agent*. These remoa fctraiices. added to the protett* of the Conservati-e membera ot Parliament, - Lave been made the auhject of Cabinet discussion. The resvlt is that Lord Randolph Churchill has subm...

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 August 1885

THE COSTUMES SHE WEARS. , ta* aaaa-sra-wala Mm aaeamma C*at*al la* twefBrits* erf tew 0*lar* as* *tw r*a?rs 0*llla* tat Cai**fel Btaclt. H*tillacl*lph? yama,} Tb* ennttant introduction of n*w ***olort aad new fabrics calls for careful atady in th* combination of tinta and material*. Th* woman of taste mast, **nder*land her strong and weak poinU te otder to make her costume io har ?aany with her om individual style. 8b* ia eertainly fortunate if she b* *bl* to employ * first-class modiste who can arrange her toilette* for her, but, if tina be not th* cate, she can al any rat* arrenge her own gowns if she give time troougb to thia important part of her dnty. It is impossible for a woman to drtss well unless abe devotes thought to bar wardrobe. A* well may abe hope ta excel in any bra-ich of domestic art OT 4'cjence without study and labor aa in this. if every woman would learn what tba true beauty of dreaa is there would ba fewer of the monstrosities that so often offend the eyes of 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. — 4 August 1885

t-rl-pp*^^ l-l ^r***^> 'r WpW-JJ ip* lr ' '^ftjf**. raftt^^H ..",? bcl*L*HBB\aa\anBBBBl THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE M'MREU. I0.IW7. RICHMOND, VA.* TUE&DA* MORNING. AUGUST 4, 1885. THREE (ENTS WM COPY. af*w*.al xenrr.% amr THEURKATSAICE OK TIIF. WORLD. LEA A PERRIN**, Signatur*. is em ev.tv ta.ttirof thc(le*niitne WOKCRHTKKSUIRK. HACCB. It impart* lhr mewl delicious taste anti ko*! lo MoVlX. ORA VI FM. usn. HOT ANO COLD MEATH. GAME, Ac. Sold and need throughout the world. JOHN DI'SCAN s m. .s-i Agenu for the trolled HtaU*ji. ?jrlB-Tuly New Yd*. ?ST SACRIFICE, SACRIFICE IS THE WORD FOR IT. And that ls what we'arc"doing In every de? partment In our I in manse slock. last week waa Indeed a heavy one for us. Onr patrons appreciated thc gr?**tly recltvwd prices at which w* *old gooda Thia week we promise you lt will be ev*n nior* lively than last, aa we have made mu li redaction* on our stock that you will b* exH-opelled to purchaae. as gooda will never ba offered as cheap again. ...

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

THK R.fHMONT) DISPVTrn. ET THE DISPATCH COMP ANT. Tbs t*Ai! y niM'ATi'H a eaiirmreel *m ?*li*e?<rl I.** 1**1 ru ? apcra-caaa.ps-r ablc to Ui* -arn*r wc**sty. Mall**! ???? !*** aaniiBi: ?? aw *'?? rn*)'!**; HBO for lore* avon 1 ti*; BOC fore.nc* r>>e?nt*i. TbeHKtllWIKK.Y l.)lsrATCHatf9p*r Manum, or Bl "erala mom lc*. TH* WKKai.T D'HlATt'H at ll per an talnwrtpilciB* tn all camm* r*y*Wa in ad* -raiK+.anct u* J* per conilnuod after Ih* ex? piration e?f Ui* Um* paid for. Sand aost B4?e* rockey??*-*"?>r. ern***, or iaal*taia<* tat |*t Currrocj ?cnl l*>y mall all' ha at tha t-lakuf I he-?-.("->-. *r.li*cr1h*i*wt*hlHt their BsWt-oflW chau?-*l must ?iv* UtaW ol* ?* *i^lMtlialrB*w*x**troiTlo*. aampl* *"<>P'?-* ttao. ___ ADVKHTIHl.MI RATKB. H*t.rima-oB I-***. ItJ-st*. .-? . !? *u?***-.- ;? ?,,?.*. IBO a times..... ?.? ...............m.............. B TO *???***?*. . 00 is tim**-.-.-. ? 1 nioulh?. ? ? month*.-? *? 00 Kasalln* notlrcai lc rraclint-niBtter typ*). B lin...

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 August 1885

THK CYCLONE'S WORK. DESTRUCTION AND DEATH. A I rtsSiral *ikr-s* Vltlla Marr lan.). Faaa a*lv*aia. Delaware, Nsw Jersey, aa! tither Pelu.t l.rrai A aa*-* nt ,,T Preeertr ?asaraaafa (By leleansph to the D1*r*atcb.) Washinoton, August 3.?A storm described in some localities ra a cyclone visited Maryland, Pennsylvania, Dela? ware, New Jersey, snd perhaps other caiftern points, this afternoon, and a vast amount of damage was done by wind and rain. Particulars up to 10:30 P. M. are very meagre, bat news dispatches and local reports are much belated. At ono time thia afternoon the Western Union company had bnt a aingle wire working from Washington to New York. Baltimore, August 3.-? Intelli? gence baa reached thia city that Car? roll creek, which flow into the Oatocsin at Frederick City, overflowed its banks to-day, and all th* people living in the depressed part of the city have boen driven from their homes, and the de atruction it considerable. It is still raining heavily in Balti? more....

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 August 1885

THE UST srNDAT. rJkTJP FA M firs FA BB WELL. tamaafal rstvat* Arrsica* Ore* ?**?**?) OrAtsi** ttwsisi. A Moen! McGregor tawektl of Saa tiay tay*: The laureating event of lo? an, ea tbe mountain aaa been a (Amity ten icc of pre*: et At the Grant cottage this Afternoon. This tree tha last Seo. aay that the (emily would be te-retber with the nsa-oini of th* General, aad hlr*. tirant deMred it should be uken atJTAAflaft of flflst totsmrtited ia thii wiy. Threugh tht co*-**'-. weak the nalloo will demaad tie privilege of carryiag tba 4aad. The familv know this ead ar* |-retined. though taeVtaaed, by the fart. After this Sab? bath dey aa whe baa waited oa tbe Btovototn siace deelk eioimed him will ge to aaa fina, resting plac* by thc ri*tr. Thi* day clo*** the qaiet Beer aeea of the family to their dead. They knew iL They* hate spoken of il They hat* beta saying farewell All thu am fal I day. and th** afternoon the widow asked that Dr. Newman Aheuid be teat for to come to tbe cottage. Who...

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 August 1885

WBmWBE\\mWEWmmWmml ?aej****M*JSRfa>* THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. t m Hf HF XTMP.FI. Ki ^i?0^irvir WEDNESDAY HORM>a lTOCCT 5. MRS. __J??5J^S==^L5X*, ? K & ca .?n nave etti*!* J i> tts T *J et ?*?* iwo? ? a ff Tar* en anBURtias tue J*S> aawsaStBai Se stiiiBasiB, ?tr*, FIA1 "?? ????; J. i> a a V V Sk. VB fSTjari-X SjajJBBJ PTRUC W!TB RATCTa LCBB TAJ-tBRk. EarraiAKF a oo., SJSeaat ItTwavf. Bli?I Wui'ieanit nut: Reutl. * B-UflSB riiTEIIf VT%b. ] CUEOjnat. mest XX9MUB> SB SSc.; TIPS ne SSc. BATRirACRUR OTARAKTnEli ts-rn. B *F ajar* "vtB(< ?a.fts TO I i.-KTRcarx. TIIBI (lt Tt uro A JAVIS* AWI i i LAl'IR*' TJSrjJXBTSJTaiAR ai im**,*-0"v-i pr tee*. BBB eneaisssi lITGE/JI*-can SSW PBArK3VNOf- ti SM otu u**o?t> ? 1:111111: *lt?-'ir Un- 1 KHlAl-CUCfX i.iiwi.fliwi' u >?iBaaai eve* er-, 1 iu- I llBaimejeSj) tn wurrauieii Bo wtw i ? i ml nt iiiweRi I l-l ll. I I ' ? 1. ' I I '.lip LEI ? Vt ii'? neilin,uu-."T> ni tlieaa Kunda BBI . I t ? . ' I * ? ? i/tk i M.Stf mutti i...

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 August 1885

THE KirHMOND DISPATCH. BJ THE DISPATCH COMPANY. tm* DA I LT PSBBffAIOl B delivered to *? tanti ttftrsst rirrsat cbs rarer *-r**r-k. pey ?M* lotheeerrltrr weetely. MallaSatle per innnsn; BS fur BtS BMBthei 11.80 for three months; BO*, fur one maota. TheHKUI-W ki KLV Pisi'ATCHatSSner trnitini. or ll for alt wuitht. The R EEK LY llnPATCH at ll per an sum. RutacripUoB* in all raae* parable in ad? vene*, sml ns paper continued after theta atrMteii of the lim* paid for. Hsntl prat. Ofhce money-arner. cheek, or registered let? te*. Currency sent Hy mall elli be at the risk of the snider. Hu tiarri hers winni ns their ?eat-ofllce cliangrd nuisi gil* their olrl as wall as ihelr new patrt-offlce. Hem pie copte* Ism, ADVK.UTIHIMI KATKB, hali itt ch or naas, 1 Um*.?I IO SUmes.-*. 1 Oo ? ure**. I to Stuns*. 8 TO IS time*. I 80 1 month._. I ss 8 month*.?.. SB 00 Reading notice*In reading-matter type B Hue* or lan, ll; tn nonpareil leaded. It ceri*, (ard of mtoa for more space furnished en ippl lo...

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 August 1885

* FROM MOUNT MeflREGOR. YESTERDA Y'S CEREMONIES. Th' I amil! of tar Irra.l BsMlrr Ylrw Ihe lt etti a I na anil Bl*g 1 Bttti t p to ikr Natloe Thr lira! Da?'? T**- ral Joarrnr. (Ky telegraph to the Dispatch! HtB nt Mc(iugook. N. Y., August 4.- On thc mountain brow by the casttru lockout a gun boomed sullenly at 4 o'clock tins morning. Tho shock of revet berat mn was yet on thc heavy air when the second report shook the earth. The artillerymen had be? gun tiring thirteen guns to mark the sunnte of (ic;,tra! (.rants last day upon the mountain. In quick mccession ind it short intervals tlie puns were fired. The guests it thc hotel ind thc family in the cottage acre startled bf the n ickts. but the meaning nf the guns' keary booming wis iinirkty sureestel to thc waking ear. Many ?msc when so aroused le learn thc weather outlook for the day. Os the mountain lummit there were Huck gray walls of fog on every hand. Thc pelting rain of the night had ceased before daylight. At an carly hour th...

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