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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 August 1885

MILDRED Rl'SSKirs LETTER* A TRIP UP THE THAMES. KaJstlM a Le?tJenrfa Bh*nBBS - Beats *r Beer* tta>errl*tt??-Tr*,r a. ??rr Al*** ???? Brair. Ar. IHpcclal correspondence ol ? ? DtaBaBRt.1 1 om n\. June 23, 1 We acceptnl in invitati .1 to join a party of friends who were going ? ' make a trip up th* Thames in ? steam launch, and m that way hi 1 an caper f jnity of enjoying a holiday peculiarly and esaentialiy a Lrondoner'A Wc ?tarted from Paddington at 9 S ?nd went is fir as KfiBB hy tram, thin took a. ah, and ina lew minutes we w.rc at Maidenhead, whare the launch ley. Wc went on hoard at lil o'cloci. laden with uii.hrcllas, waterproofs, and rugs, which the sky at mir early start hld deluded ns into bringing. How? ever, we consoled ourselves with think? ing it might have rained deluges. \ greit many leeks' are necessary in the Thames seeeaas of the lall of thc water ind to prevent the lund ticing Hooded. These locks ire I great nuisance to pleasure-seeker* under my circumstanick. a...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 August 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.689. RICHMOND, VA., TIM USDA! MORNING. AUGUST 6. 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY M'lHtl v.iuoa Sjajr CKNTLLMKN'S FUlSlSIIINi; Gt rt >I*4. We show a large ito. k <>f LAEN DERK!) rind I NLAl NDEKEDBHIRTH: FLANNEL SHIRES, BATIUSG-.m-rrH. ai ni HATH INO TW'NKS; CKLl.l'l.i lit) I i'i.LARS, CLEFS, and HOSOMs: LINEN COLLARS and CIKIS.srHI'KM'. BBB, liRACRs, s.?OK-Sl li'cKi and HANDKERCHIEFS: SCARES. TIES. HOW S. CRAVATS. Bud UMRRKLLAB; t RDRR8B1RT8 and DRAB BBS, ?OCRSlad i.lovkh, COM UH. UKI sills BOATS Sad ToILET-WATKRH. LKVY A DAVIS. 1017 and 1018 Mainstreet. l'KKSB (RMllts for Is.Hes very ctifsp. ajBTII A MM OCRS. WHiTEsndi ll 'REI- HAMMC'i.Siilfl, 11.SB. ano Iii; H A M Mm K-IKiPFH, B AM MOCK -PKEAPEKS, and BAMMOCK FIL I Us. LEVY A DAVIS. Bas I AWN TENNIS. A 110 se! for 17, A tl2eet for 110, A llSset fortis. A |*0 set fut 117; CROaJt'ET at ll, 11.25,11.50, fi!, 12.50. BJ, ? nd t.t.f,0 aa. t. Orders hy mal! promptly attended to. LEVY A DAVIS. W...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 August 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. BY TEE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tb* DAILY DISPATCH B a*ll*er*d Us ?ehsr-T Irersst nrTBBW CBBT*per sreek. pav able lo ihe carrier weekly. Malled all* p*r aanaai; |S for sit months; 11.10 lor thia* months; soe. Strone mouth. ThcSKMl-W KKKI.T DISPATCH al 18 p*r innnm, or ll for six atontha Ths WKKKI.Y DISPATCH at ll par an? num. Bnl-BcTlptlon* In al! c*aee rayahl* In ad? vance, end ne perter continued after the ea plrallnn of the lime pah) for. Send pt*t offire mcmey-*rder,check, or r*gt?ter*S tot? ter Onrreney sent By mall alli be al in* rBkOf lhe*cnder. Hnrtaer1l>ei*wl?hlngth*lr pcat-omce chmged must giv? th*ir olS aa wal) aa their n*w port-offi*-*- Ba rn pl* oople* ADVKKTIMNO BATR8. BAL* IBCH OB LBS*. ,.j te ? 1 oo > 1 tim*. Sllmea. a time*. * ?? CHiaea. ? T0 la lime*.-.ss a s*o l month.-. ? *8 I month*.SA 00 Reading notice* in reading-matter type. 8 line* or lesa, ll; to nonpareil leaded. TB cent*, lard of rat** for mort stave* furnished *n appHcet'ioa. _ All ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 August 1885

CIS TO KEW YORK, tVHOGRESS OF TBE CORTEGE. IJmrial Bra*,'. Hrmalaa Vlrwr.l hr Mt.ooo ivrr|.ir et Aiken? ? n**srt*re rrcmt ths I salts! ?nd Arrival at Nrsr Vsrk. I Hy U*ie*;rei>li to the !>!ar*aVri.l Ai.haky, N. Y., August .1.?-Up to 10 o'clock this morning; sixty thousand persons hui viewed thc rennins of t.encral Orant. From early morning throngs of strangers who hid found l-l aces for watching the funeral proce* Bion maintained their positions upon steps and porticos and awnings ?ml curbstone*. < inns were fired airly md all through the lorrnonn thc hfivy booming it intervils bore to the eronda thc added suggestion of the occasion that had drsars them together. It is est.iuited that otic hundred thmisautl at!angers sro m th-* old Dutch city. 1 u 1 1 p:-ecS ind limiters drawn hr powerful horses rolled throigh the streets to Capitol Park, ind mounted of iVarS Slid their trappings were conspic? uous in IBB streets. BssBBBB was par? tially BUafsBSded. A coinmitlcc fruin New l...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 August 1885

I ROTKBRIIX.K (Ol NTY. ITS CROPS ASP ITS WEALTH. Bsllr.s.1 ISf llttlr.->1.r, haata anti *?*?? fat tart.-A Ol.r.rr rr .r latrrral-r.ll ur. liar Ita mtiitltt Mair Tlikrt. (Hpeclal correspondence of Mis DISTStlch.] I k\ i\. i, v August 4, lNNe). Rockbridge county is now one of the foicmost counties in th* Valley, as well a* one of the largest grain-growing counties. Ip to a few years ago it was latlatit) and comparatively unknown, but now it is penetrated by four rail? road!?the Richmond and AlUghany. Chesapeake and Ohio, Baltimore end Ohio, ?nd the Shenandoah Valley rail? roads, which have added ninth to thc w**!th of the people bf putting them into comuiunication with large com? mercial cities. The lands arc rich, are easily cultivated, always in demand, and rt addy sell at ?6u and $75 per Kl*; indeed, in Beans portions of thc county land cannot be had at any pu <-. The county is also rich in minerals. There is located near Coshen. on the Chesapeake ami Ohio rail? road, one of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 August 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. wu.ii p. \Tr\.T.iviv? lillian RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7. 1885. THREE CFNTS PER mi'Y. Bril iii. vortda a Bj&r )\l|o WANTS TO 1.1 Y (li KA I' DRY (.(tolls? I. HATS KVERYRODY. THIN YA. DAVISS am r socs LADHs KM KRWEAR nt brt'ak-d-.M n ? s; The sheas?I GINQUAM ? ? IhB 'V sill li .'o.'s BO CbM Ihat BOOM vv .tflt-.lt hi. ? Our JA! I B>< I uTIls tie sci. be ? MACK i.Ri-H-ORAIN' BILKS and RBADAMES ar* aarrantcd lo wear well, and. I Wi VS at 4. '.,. i . > . IC, Hint 1. yard; ?a vi'.do at e.'4e. a vsid INT i iii ? K Mt LBtfe, a vat'' WIDE i ICES foi vokes nnd Beere* a* ? th 7".c.. al , ll: d PILLOW-CASE i : M. v I n r v i.. Ei.v it:an. TORCHON BA1 i I - other fash lo HA Ml ' ' HSERTTNGR. w gan i ?? id tn*-? a.. i inp*, . . Ali ? VMi.K.t -s ul Si*, 10, (iud ?id ; YABD-W1DE WHITE li.ANM I, nt (Se. a yardi UBI I RA! H i D ? VM"N l LANNEL bo le. at 10c. ? . ard aaoetb l ? ? i , worth 17c.: ?. il I ED I LANNEL ni . Hil i BED-BLANKETS ut 14 in the *...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 August 1885

the .unnioxi) DISPATCH. BY THE DISPATCH COMPANY. ta* HAILY 1MMPATCH U delivered to ?nitsrri herta! virrKr^tartrSKr week, pay? able tot hr r-ariler wee lily. Malle*! at 8* par annnai; fri for ats n.t.mhi; |1.SO for three Boon)ha: Ruc, tVtronc menlb. The Ml JULW Ki KM HlHl'ATCMalfep*! annum 88 fl for ait unm: ha. Tb* W KKK KY UlSPATCB it SI per au HUD. SiibacrtptinnB In al] case* payable tn ad? vance, and ne r*l?er continued after th* el Blrallon of the time paid fur. HrtKl pos* oBlce mtmey-*rO>r. dirck, or ratrtstere.l let l*r. <**rreney sent hy mall will be at the rial of t he ?eiirter. Surs-crlhers w ishi ng their post-nf-,i-e .istifjrij mutt give their ol* as w*n ta' heir uow post-ofno*. Sew pl* ec pies fr**. Al'1 ? ? IIVTKS, MAI.* l*?. (I Or. 1.I.HA 1 tims.-.I 80 Slimes....^ 1 00 rs.-. I 80 Btiiuee.? g 70 lit .? . 8 80 1 mas*. I SB S nionlha .? ea 00 Readli** BSBBBS IB reartlng-nmtte. lina* or leas, fl; In nouiarell leaded, Ta ?ants. Iwrd nf rate* for more ?pac* furnished e...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 August 1885

LIING IN STATE /,Y THE GREAT METROPOLIS. ftrts InHrr. Viraliw Ihr Rras.iin. f>r the *tsii.'*4'a 4ir, at Kranral from Karlf Warn I.. Bjajfet, |!ty tcl**;r*r>ii Ui Ut* Dispatch. 1 v S TOBK, August lr?-A detail of BOO I ti duty at the City llsll tu ?!ay. At C) o'clock two lin s ,,f placed across the pla/.a from the ("itv-Hall entrance to the foea i These two linc* fnrmt'd a pas '. windi four men BaigM ?walk abreast anti along which ill day rs to vnw tbe remains shosld ?mates p*r.t fi o'clock tl gate- a. ir | ami the crowd began ??? pas., Ult,, the building. 'J bc strt'R.n din led. one half passing cb u' Ba. The first 1 sb the remains to-day v.et. I he cr..wd at this tune wai not over 1,200 01 1,500 in number, uni i' great hast, wss ass I in passing the ] i Very ma th. io working ...... the tu. paatasce ol the throng indicated that BCBWB, and inercbanls ef early hahita were taking a last view of the d ?! on thau way I lime thc i r.-vvd trrew ' ' J were urged ai I : pace. Lt wer wo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 August 1885

I? THR01T.H THE STATE. CLOUCKSTER COUNTY. MlM-Merttttat si BlMeersfs r.stt af Ja*ml ?stlac ? t ar.SKl.tr tar ila H**se--Rts*lB> BBSB, The Democrats of Gloucester county liseml.led in mass-meeting at ihe court? house Monday the .ld day of August, isa,',, judge iv amer T. Jon mad* ihairman and Frail. II. Wolffe secretary, lt wis resolved. General IV. H. Ialiaferro ottering the resolu? tions, that primary elections be held it the several voting-precincts in tho ty (also at Thomas's store) on the iT'ih, Slit, and 22d daye of August, the vote to he vira toco. .Judges of said elections to be appointed by the County Committee ; saul judges to act is clerks. A Iso, thit notices of said elections shall be posted it two or mire public pieces in eich precinct by the judge* of precincts. The judges of eichprecinct.it was ordered, shall bring ?BB ballots of their respective precincts to the court-house thc Monday alto the election avid deliver thc same to thc County Committee, who shill count...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 August 1885

ar?r?""?w?aw^wo *m THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WBOLE^UMBER. 10.641. RICHMONpTvA.. SATTTHUY BURNING. AUGUST h. "lass. _JilH^-L'S? ~ ""'Y' Bl ITA IS) lATKIA aVATEtV gnTALO LITHIA WATER, TUB OBEAT AND SUCCESSFUL RIVAL OF THE BOT WATERS. TB OOrr. RHEUBAT1C GOUT AND RHBD MATIBB. IIB VALUE IN BRIGHTS DISEASE. rVTONE OF THE ULADDER Ac. TESTIMONY OF HoT-KPUlNOS I'HYSl CIABB. BBEUMATIKM. OOUT. P.HEUMATTC GOUT NEPHRITIC COLIC. Af), Da AaaBBBBQB H. GAiiBirrr, Bui-ge*nr. Retired Unllfd Stales Nivy. Rea. -1st Hut rirn-luc*. Art * ll* ezpertrnee tn the use nf Hnflelo t*. Ibis vi sun a limited lt. tb* Ueetmeui af m.*.. end that faynrid dUsia, ' ls in ? lion Mi Ult Khmsmalnd A-.s tiattl swta-fistii r-Mu'lt Trom this Vale* lt) ih'-s. iif)."te,nt SSS "?? nm. ii. Ihr l',aln*-ui '? ? - iiwf il. of erinn** the rw ?navSutl *s*ent a tte et interned .tUuaittrfi properties ' ? , ????.') ot a rrt?tdx. ls fSwpkrMu fw* "'??? foras** .. >**, (lia. lc H -,<IUMiUmcf> of J.Uhm ?w oom. rheumatic aertTT rreuba T...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 August 1885

TBE RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tb* BAIl.T IMW'ATt'H B dative*** to teeaw-ri beisat limit! imrrr* per week, par BS)* to the carrier weekly. Bailed ?tia p*r annus*; ll ft?r BS niotiths; SI.80 for then Biontrts: 80c. Strone menin. Tiiesi.iii-vviKKi.viiisrA'rcBattaper Btv nu ra. ev tl for sis months. Tit* WKKKIT OI8PAT1TB ?t tl per an nara. SobecTlptiniis in ail emma pavabl* la ad? vance, and no paper continued after th* el atratlon of the tiree paid for. Heed pnst eaaae iaone.y-en.er. c heck-or register** let? ter, furrencj' sent bj malt will be *l tm Ital of the tr inter. lu harri hers wishing their ?**t-ofRee clisnged must give tb*lr old M wall is their new post-oftlee. Sam pl* oople* fte*._ ADVKRT1SINO RATES. BALI I rtl'M OB LBN*. 1 Um*.-...-?I 88 8 tim**-..? 1 00 I tmna,.~.-. 1 80 eura**?. S V0 18 times-.-.- ? SO 1 mooth.- 8 88 8 montlva..~ 88 00 Steading notice* tn retvl'.ng-niatter Iy ae. 8 tina* or less. 81: m nonpareil leaded, VB SSBSA Osrd of rates for more sp...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 August 1885

VIEWING TIIK REMAINS. HEW YORE AND BROOELYN Tekln* a Lam ??<?*?? Bl the tired lt tar raj ttsar H*s>Sr*4 Th**s*e* Thar***!, ea* as Beat Marr Y ester**!. [By telegraph to th* Dtapatch.] New York. Augast ".?When the Csty-Uall Rates were shut at 1 o'clock this morning tbe undertaker observed that dust hid settled upon the lower pille of gins, ind be removed the top plate Ont the other might be cleaned. Surprise wn expressed that such an accumulation of dust should have been ponible through She clon joints made br the cleeing of the surface-plate. The gliM was r-lmned asd polished anew, the top plale replaced, and the lids of the casket fastened down. The royal pur? ple velvet that covers the casket had Irecomc dusty with the rising particles from the shuilling of the thousanda who had paseed it through the dav. Oare fally it wis brushed ind cleaned of dust. Many hands during the day had left their marks upon the mountings of the casket. These etains were care? fully removed. As ea...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 August 1885

AN OU) TO SALEM, BOANOKF, COUNTY. lu Biron- tut SBvaeaSptlt la ladas trtst-ISrtratlaaal-PalitKsl lsa*?l *te **ftr. fBjpeclal eiwre*ponden,-c nf ihe ItUrrsTehd I vi.KB, August C, lin). Salem, the county-scat of Roanoke eonnty, is on the Norfolk and fl railroad, six miln west of Roanoke and 1*4 from Richmond, lt is one of ike oldest towns in the State, lt wn Incorporated in tbe -.ear 1829, and .it* a population 2.100 people. Tho town government conaists of a miyor (Colo? nel R. ll. Imgan) and a council of six members. The town sergeant i< Jacob B. Frier; town treasurer, ll. B, M Clelard. There rs om Ara compiny, under the command of Major Robert >Y. Rage, and a police force. In the town lhere ira several hand seme private residences, snd quite a number of mercantile houses thit do i thriving business. Thc Iciding mer? chants ar* J. R. C. Brown k Sons, I. W. Brown 4 Co., J. R. C. Brown, Jr., P. H.McCiull. William Terrell (genera! merchandise), John M. F.vans, J. II. ShulT A Co., ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

rPr*^**clBJP seas T Lil RICHMOND DISPATCH. WIIOLK M'MIIF.K. IO.r.l-2. KIOHMOND. VA., SVNHAI MOKNIIM,, AVCSI ST !>. 1885. THiTeK CK.M8 I Ki: <*<>1'Y. 6EANTSFUNERAL [.EH units. Brrnp it leant Vlirtfor AiuuM Uh, ls** il Vb Ymrk Yffirts.). HONORING THE DEAD SOLDIER Thp Whol* (ounir) Pms Titos, io His Mrm.'P. A MAMMOTH PIA MUs.fl stinter*. GHrte, and Naval (-.rzaiiizatioib in Linc. AT RL8T IN RIVERSIDE PARK At New York yestenliy the imposing ratmtitl funeral rereinoiiin (begun at Mount Mf(>rrj-nr> a err tom bided, when Item' -iteti Beena. all list * a* taertal ? ' ian*, wai- con?ia*iie I lo u-itrv ' ' i I ? ;? urn of Ja!* t1 ? ? i .milv. The best sh ll,, in ri Ile i I tlie, ri lin. Ur. I' i. . lum tn tin- bead seat usa Geae r al. Mt , 1.1.mt tani!' ia an 1 est on tba Bbs) ' in -|-i 'i Kasti* 'Hie of tlie white hand*, in ber "tin. When Ihe i'd 11 cunc In It. Douala I.], bia diair to him. Thi' I'olond be lnv 4 ,tll*a? t'ntler liners. (/sn tn stroke Ins father's fore." ail...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

?Tr____ ROniNKOFARCTirilFF. TOURNEY WITH SLEDGES. tt* ta ''lat**" aa* ls* tl aa titer a* l-L**sr *?**lrllf sr 1 ntl Wat* r Bow Bras ht* Betve*. (Frederlrk Sett walka. I When the first Innc.it (as the Faq jd ivs call themselves) opens his eyes tb* arctic region* about 4 or 5 k in thc morning, if it be a g sledge journey?and most of the eye are undertaken in that sca ?be will find it breaking day or kly thc sun is an hour or two high tba eastern horizon and the d?y t pouring through thc thick w?l!s bia house of snow (igloo) almost a* ly n it wonld penetrate the walls a canvn tent. He knows about at time it is even in his little clond sbcll-like house of snow, and if be ?ny doubts about it, think that an overcast morning .ht deceive bim, he thrusts a snow-stick <? small edged stick about tb* sin of s policeman's duh, used for beating tb* snow off rcindnr clothing end bedding) through thc top of tbe snow dome and takn a peep at the sky overhead to satisfy himself n to his conjectures...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

THK MIDNIGHT SUN. THE NORTHERN ISLAND OEM. TfcslisrlS and Is-tst* or lcrls?d-Bllll*rda, te*, visit, sad Steaks*** est tkr Barre* Little Isle. A Reykjavik (Icclind) letter to the Pittsburgh Dispatch sty*: Once more ?t the capital! And now, ?fter ten weeks' almost constant travelling, { ?hill settle (Iowa for ? sta* of severil montlis ?mong these hospitable people and give my rittsburgh reider* some kick of our surroundings and minner Of living. Since my first arri vii here I have been on a voyege iround tlie island?a privilege accorded all passengers on these steamers during the summer months, md iccoinpmied by no extra espouse. 1/caving Reykjuvik on ? bright, wirm afternoon, wc steimed wntwird down the Taia fjord, rounded tho Rcykja nen, ind turned eastward along the south shore; once more in the broad Atlantic. We wore congntulitiag our mIvcn on thc prospects of s fine voyage along this coast, which is so often shrouded in dens? mist, sod a view of Hecla, who stands about thirty mi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

TJIE RlfHMOND WS?ATCH, BY TER DISPATCH COMPANY. TB* DA nv nial'*, nit is delivered to *nbr?*rtt>emairii'TKa?CK'ri*rHtrw*e* pay ?We to Ihe tarrier weekly. Mailed a tl* par anana,; fs for *ix month*; si.eo tor lore* month*: Itv. toroa* menin. TbePKMl vv KEE! v nlHPATCHatnper Irthi'ivi. nell tor ala months. Th* WEKKLY DIBJ'ATCB at 8' V* l?' Bim flnraerlpUons In all eaee* payairl* In ed* lance, ind no p*P*r cortt'.r.ued after Hi* *i plratloB of 'he Hm* pa'd tor. send post OOice mf?ey-*rrter, cheek, ov registered let? ter. Obi rene* nat By mail vs ni rte ai th? rai of tbs st oder. Subscribers vlsrilng their post-office Changed moat give their old n well a*ib*tr n*w post-office, ft* mp! 4 eopln Ulm* Slime. S Hine I ttTt.l* ADVKKTIsiNO EATKB. ha Lr ison oa Lan. .?._s se __. loo S illiir* . . ? -*0 . ? TO |S Bans 8 80 i ??>???.? J* ? aionlht .-** 8? 00 lieadlraj not leo* Iii reading-matter tyr*. 8 Usn or len ll; m nonpareil leaded. TS nnta. Card of rale* for mon apae* rnrtiiahed ma ap...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

op out ol the na awi shed its brilliant hr.Ii' sipon tlie d?rk'corner* end alleys of the city it revealed the presence ol oendrsds of hastily-erected reviewing ?jssnda, from which the great proonsion could bc n*n at prion ranging all the Bree from $1 to $10 a head. The deco? rators, too. had not been idle, for oe the fronts of many warehouses were displsyed emblems of mourning which were not then the night before. Hut perhaps the busiest men in the (itv list night were those connected with the ?treet-4 leining department. Every foot 11 l.toidwiy from thc Uittery ls lYn ?val l'?rk had to lr* thoroughly swept. The thoroughfare wn this morning, in IntrtsM te 1 Itt Rall, Nea Var*. words sf Yankee pirlince, n ''clem ?s ? whistle." Keviewitig-itfcnds were located in all sort* af pisces. In front of the ruins af Harrigan A Hirts Thea? tre t'omique speculators had erected a stand it lent 100 feet in length. They uold tin scats for n much money is they coull pet. MsBS naged from ll to (S). H...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

MI! SI mm ri: MODKS. FASH10SS t OB TUE LADIES. Bsa Teev lr*?k n?i ma t* fcn Baertit lirra.,. Itt 411-Psrls U?,t>4? Ssas, ??Sibil!''., B*rJ tlr l.ltr. "Even the dry wanda merohmta ae ksenlitlg* that ihe IsadablO design to look well at all limn can lie gratified to the fullest extent this summer, na ssatter how stander the purse," bo says th* Philadelphia Nome. Printed lawn.-t that look like linen, hocauvc, Ikoagl dicer, the fabric is noi very fine, whilo thc threads are round aad strong, arc selling in many hones ?t tiree cents per y?rd. Prints are correspondingly low priced, while or? gandie md mulls can be bought at figures from tin to thirty cents, and nteens at e.Rht lo twelve cents per yard. Any of the** mi Isiimnr r Bta&s made np ii.'ilic nrnjrltc " housemaid's (rock" now make ? love of a saara for my woman, but especially one who, vtiih household motions, light and free, lives within the charmed circle of borne, md weirs on her lips thc golden calm of summer charity. At...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 August 1885

THF GREAT KFINPUTZ FAPERIMKNT (Be ls ra vial Of ill tbe sciences which have put? tied the sons of rom none had such an attraction for the leametlsProfessor von I'aiimgsrlen as those which relate to irtfy sn.l th* ill-define1 relation* ie'tvren mind and nutter. A celebra? ted anatomist, ft profound chemist, ami one of the first physiologists in Europe, it ats * relief for BBB to turn from these subjects snd to linns; his varied knowledge to bear upon the study of lh* soul and thc myste: relationship of spirit*. At first, when as a Jpung nun he began to dip min the secrets of mesmerism, his mimi seemed to he wantler:ug in a strange land a hi re all was chao* and darkiu-s. save thit here ind there some great un? explainable and disconnected fact loomed out in front of him. A* Hs yeim passed, however, and is the worthy Professor'! stock of knowledge increased, for knowledge begets know? ledge is money heirs interest, much whi. h hid seemed strange and unac countftble began to take anoth...

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