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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 September 1885

BCSWOKTH FIELD. ITS TIMK AND ITS PLACE. Th* "Kit sf Bitfcsr* III -HUisrv sad H - aim < ? Bleaflas-A M*as*r:*l Basses***. linn.!.m Times Augnil Kith.) Saturday was the four-hundredth Si iii verser y of Ihe battle of Dos worth Field. Tbe m easton seems to en arch? aeological correspondent of ours oppor? tune for tbe indication of the site by an epprcptiat* monument. Mr. Murge*.* appeals, apparently to the public at large, for ihe erection of a tilling me atorial on tbe spol connected arith King Richard's death-struggle. More ten lativtly he hinU at tbs claim of a church overlooking thc btt tle-nrld to 1*0 saved from the t-OBtequences of five centunos of decay in honor of the change of dynasties and tbe lapse of time. Do.sworlh was a famous fight; snd the scenes deserve rot lo be forgotten. In venous way* the origins, landmark* have boen ob? literated. The more reason is therefor redressing tho injurious dealing* nf canal, railroad, and highway engineers with the tactical features o...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 September 1885

? . ,. ,? --: . ? r w : -rt-,-. - ? ? - Si r- - . ? , _ THE RICHMOND i\ nnlP. N1TMI.KK. 10.677. RICHMOND, VA., SATTlUiAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ? 19, ML TUREE CENTS PER COPY. HE STUNNER. Otni LEADER AT 12.71. We oller a large and attractive assortment of tlira* BOYS/ SCHOOL SUITS. Man - ,0 !?? wl,h KNEE-PA NTS and 4'OATM mu'le pi*1--"' buck and fruin, ..r plain. These snit* are worth 84..V)-almost dt.uLie oin price. You won't rind tin miiiy wbrre In Richmond outside of Till. AMERICAN Cl.OllllNO COMPANY. In ihe sholl Ki ni--Ha tils di vision, we ahow a In-uieiidoua variety of SCHOOL AND DRESS PANTS, ranging In BfSn from M cent* U> fSSS. No ? "x giMala in our alor,-. Ail worin the sioury. 14.78 These pries* represent 14.7B two ai-ccial line* In an A Ll-WOOL KN KE? PA NTS KCHOoL Kl IT kW hov* frorO four to thirteen. Tiny are giB.il and gnuranti-ed e-irw ?tr..i.g and durable. oMier lull* al thsse ????* of the latest full Biybs. from !?'. toll-.&O. li,! x na BOYS SKTHOOLAND DRESS hi '...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 September 1885

THK J. HMOND DISPATCH. ET TH- I SPA TCB COMPANY. TB* fl* .>l**"'ATOH M Aellvared to BBbafrllvr,, .rr?> s )W*T*ar*wsak.par? an* te tU - r.?r weekly. Mailed at I* pc-r aaauBi, ? *.t BtuaUt*; Bi.ic for three anon'lu* iioi-e nintith. ?BOBaBB KKKl.TDIBPATCMatMpar SSI tu. fa 01 ot ali Nxiiklha Th* W i" * Y HUSH ATOM at ll Ber an? et) rc. Bnrawr'.r * In si csere payable ie sd Vaiitr.aa.t .atiinrcotillnued arter lbs et ai ratios ?? H.sc rs?'*V Of. BflBBl P??t' Office rs.. sea**, check, or regatiersO fla? ts!. Car- -rn' hf wall eil* nest BM iHAcfti. s.i.rv-riNirswisblnflnicir MflBaalta ? s<*4 Hoist live their oin ss wolla*!).- -wposi-otTlee. M.ale ??l',*? Bflfla .? a. i.rtTlsIM' BATKB , i.r isen os ..BBB. ?"??.-.-^,fto ??*?"?.:.: no ? ,Xnr* ."" g 70 eiitne* .'. " HU"**/*. ?*' Bmoi.'vr .-~?a ?? B>sAI|rk ulMaefltB reedlut-mai'erlyse * noes or Bsa ?'; hi nonpareil leaded, tl ?eats Oerd of r* ?* tor more tpac* fnru'shsd -c. appltoatlo,' _ AH lei ir: ? BBd teieararaa must "fie address...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 September 1885

NORTH STATE Nr^'SNWiETS. ABOUT TBE SOLDIERS HOME. TB* Wtissw sa* ITsrtla au* Oik.' Ball rM.a -Fatal a**sHaa ASSIr-Tk* Tokar , a BB* I VU- ? ( r.r-B. (H|**ci*l telegram lo the liu.pateo.1 Rai.kd ii, N. C., Septemlier 18.? Joesph Hobson, ol Winston. Bolicitorof the Fifth judicial district, died yester? day ; aged about t.ftv-lixe. Charles M. Husbce, of Haleigh; James F. 1'avne. of Monroe; and John E. Woodward, ol Wilson, loave to? morrow for Haltimore. to represent this ,St?te ti thc sixty-first annual session of the Sovereign Orand Lodge of the In? dependent Order of Odd-Fellows. Colonel W. F. Hcash y, who i-presi? dent of the Soldiers' Home, is making a special Dmr of the State in the inter? est of that as yet incipient charity. Ho lg In rc to-day. He says that if the peo? ple of North Carolina do not subscribe thc BaoeaSSI v amount for the erection of a home, he csu quickly and easily sei ure thc amount north of Mason's and Dixon's linc. Work on tho Wilson and Morilla railroad ju-1...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 September 1885

MIS ANNUAL CONVENTION. Bens.- ??.!-. ?-,' ,..i?r-Xrliv- Mr lirst Sa, ,,, I ;. | .. Vl.ll.l (OsNrssiB-xidci.reof (li* Blrhmond Dlmaich.l AUiiilUXX frBIBOS, ' .*-.-. I. ml.-i 17. WIS. 1 H . rrsr-ax mon.ing st 10:lfi o'tteCs Dr. S* K. '.Inloiin, Ihe president, oiled )be ( onxiiitmn to order. Th? ru: st busmen was th* report of thc (.'(liriiiuitec on Noininatioiis. who re? ported lbsnablf on the application of ?ne haadred snd five physicians to he nxnic incmbirs of the Nvciety. D>. Glbaoa, of Staunton, then er bibiird an arm-sphnt for extension of thc t-uigtcsl neck of Ihe humerus, and ?Iso a modification of Sayre's applica? tion for fractured clavicle. Ile also showed some photographs in point. J. W. Themas, of Norfolk, president of the Virginia Pharmaceutical Asso? ciation, read a paper on the " Relation of Physician and Pharmacist," and ex? hibited a book of formulas. Dr. Hunter McGuire moved to refer the same to the committee already ap? pointed to aid the Virginia Pharmaceu? tic...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

THE RICHMOND WHOLE MTMRRH. 10.678. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1885. THREE CENTS PER <X>PY. A Strange Story, but TRUE. THERE ARE IN THIS NINETEENTH CENTURY PREJUDICED PEOPLE! nOPlJ WHO WILL NOT BU THE LIGHT ! ?IOU! WHO ARF. AFRAID OF THE TRUTn ! PEOPLE WHO ARE ASLEEP IN TM DAYTIME! PKOPLE Wno ARE SLOW TO SEE THEIR ADVANTAGES! IF YOI' ARE ONE OF THESE, WHY STAY UNDER WATER LONGER? TRI TH DAWNS ON YOU | HERE ARE TUE FACTS ! MARK WHERE WE STAND! /round our bus rr ss rep-itat on we have drawn a circle within whose bounds no footprint or deceit or double-dealing can bc seen. Wc are tho " Pp SB< Up " Merchants of Richmond. We itake our reputation and our good name on our acts and actions! We con? duct our businns on principia ll at are ss e'ernil as the rock-ribbed hills 1 We have never made a promise or a proposition to the public that wa have not fulfilled to tbe letter. We hive always given the people mBettei Value foi tic 77lo>ney> tlej have spent with ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

MILDRED RUSSELL'S LETTER. SUMMERING IN SCOTLAND. ?lreswaas*4lae ? ar*til*a ?*?**?*-? R**Bh Jsarssf-Miaaisna Usa.ri--Tb* BwsrS Dsss-. aaS tb* Tsa si War. fSpaetal conesrotieen-s of thc Dispatch ] FOBFABSIItKB. ScOTI.ABD, ) August 24. MS. J Our renie from London lay past some af the cathedral Iowas, though fi om tb* railway little can be seen of the buildings themselves except thc general effect of outline and position. We saw Peterboro' with lit renowned facade, York towering up in pride at holding tbe first place in < Jothic architecture, and Durham well planted ob a rock tide by side with the castle and show hag its steady line of Norman arches. On wt go northward, catching sight oc? casionally of the licrman ocean, then we cross the border between Scotland aad England, now well defined, but for age* possessed of a vagueness that could never be reduced to precision Li? the fiercest of fights. Then we rush through Edinburgh, its castle soaring aloft into the gray clouds, and its ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

LONESOME LAKE PAPERS. WEFANCK OF AGNES DURER. m. l kaiMta* lattBB -.kat ran ai a*a4 ***** ?anssra* rtrkB?i**?r*i n?iie?. Mr. Prim* writes to the New York Journal of Commerce from lxmeeome Lake cnbin a* follows : Yt herever books sro read, and illu* traied by the art which Albert Durer ?rat* to the world. A guee Durer, hi* mic. hss bein maligned as the modern .santtpp*. Hus eui r*putetion of a Ttry 1..tely women w the pure result of falsehood sud malice. There it no other foundation for it. It is due to one of the worst, aa it is one of thc pre? dominant characteristic* of human na? irne and of literary humanity, the love of slander, beyond any doubt men and women enjoy hearing and repeal? ing slanden ns stories. Some writers, historians, novelists, and joumal Btt-f. delight in it ss piquant, affording opportunity for slashing and attractive anting, i'thera ha?e attSBf motives. nf getting money for their publication* IWeuae the wo'rld delights io b .ymg and rtsading viUllltl-Stt, per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

WSPATCH. ET fBF oMPATCB OOEPANT, Tbs BAU .in*l'A*l*ca M OeiivsrsO to ta-ajB-ribaras , .-*?f**(?*m******r wsoB, pay lM*te tha cai i er weakly. Mallad st 8S par anuna*: 81 ft* a-a months; 01.00 for I bras moulin*: sot*, fur one month. ThshEMI-4' kkk LY DISPATCH st OS par Bunnin, or ll kw ?? < month*. T*is WM ? v iUM*?ATf*H at ll r*r an? gara. Rnbaarlp'..* . IB al! oosas psyahis in ad* ?raoca. sud .>.. i**n?*r conilnned sflsr tha mx plralton 4*1 '?*? tims paid for. Ranfl poal otnes meaev?niei riieek. or r*?;i?'**r**l lat? ta**, t-nrrrncv --eni *>y mall will bs st ths rtskcrfWie-**' 'r Miil-crlbari wishing thar -??-?at-om**** ens;.acd must giv* their ola ai -wailasthe'- .B-pisrt-orfleo. Sampisoopias ***. _, AOVKRTIS1NO RATglt. ,)*l.r lilli OBI.BSB. IfBaaOOUsi. iM-"-~.-___ k* fc Btlmsa. .?. J J Ilia-*. Ul ,.,,??. 0 80 IB UTI*)**...-.?*?" 1 tmifctli..-. ' "" B B-.o-.th..-.~- ?<- 0<* Rsaidlns notices In reading-matter t*. ve. 1 littra or lss* 81; tn nonpareil Issdad, TS asnf...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

THE CITIES BY THE SE.\. NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH. *>.tims Beady ter ike reriaa???t_ Bastin Aseerlailra Tbr !*t**r??. an,l the Fcrrlea The rota Trlel. lCoiT(**-,s-tiidene? of the Kit hmond Dispatch.) Noiivoi.K, September lt, ls?5. Some thirty or forty delegate* from the Haptist churches of Norfolk, Porta mouth. and neighborhood, with the va? rious ministers, leave here on Monday to attend the Portsmouth haptist Asso? ciation, which meets with the church at ]tlack Creek, southampton count j, on Tuesday. Hosnies other, important business to bc brought up, thc subject of a (liviMon of the Association will Lc considered at this meeting. Thc dele? gates from this section will be enter? tained at Franklin, on the Seaboard ani Elisnor, c railroad, on Monday night, and conveyed to Hlack Chook, nile itiilcs distant, the next morning. Thc trial (second trial) of Or. John D. Pitts, of \ccomack county, for the ?murder of l?r. Littleton T. Waller over a Mar ago on Tangier Island, whi li eras pos...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

AI LAST. (Ftvm lio-aaahold Word*. J I. Tho last acene in th*? tragedy wa* sn orted noaily twenty years a;.), bm there Mill linger on a few old men and ?ROBBsn who remember tbe principal orton, not al ihe commencement of the Blory, bnt at il* strange termination. Sixty year* ago tbe little village of vTrayton-nii io- Hill was startled out ..f lu usual drow.y round ol' existence by n strange disappearance. Young Tom Ridgway, thr brightest, frankest spirit in the village, bb line and brave a young Kngliihman a? ever ono could wish to Bee, bad ahi*|>ercd the old. old story toto Illirie) franklin's willing earn, and youth and maid had solemnly plighted then troth to each other under ths fair new moon ono evening in June. Mariel wa* the only child of one ol the tcoman farmer* of the district, a bluff, early, obstinate old countryman, hard beaded sn a -"-i. so fl-hear tod as lu* daughter herself; a man great among bis fellow* st msrket or harvest time, but swsyerl in moat other mattera ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

BIRDS OF BEAUTY. WITH TEE ORNITHOLOGIST. The Wa-Si-rCel mamas-* ar l?? Blrrta ifll* tSBBM* - I Sf lr ll. I,, i.. IWaaltlngioiiHtar.) The catalogue* af the Smithtonian Institutmn and the Natmnal .Museum lontsin a record of 105,000 specimens which have been received in the orni? thological department. There are now on hand in the cases and chest-., in which are stored away the ornithologi? cal wealth of the museum. (i.l.OHO spe? cimens. ?'f course, there are many birds of thc same specie*. In addition to the type specimens pre? served for exhibition and study, a duplicate collection rn maintained, and besides that, there is al va vs on hand a large stock known as thc re? serve collection, used in making ex? changes, by means of which the mu? seum is enabled to get rare birds from collections in other countries. Mr. Robert Ridgway, tho ornithologist, is now engaged in* completing* duplicate collection of North American hirds, with the view of ha*.ing always on ex? hibition in the museu...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 20 September 1885

rrra lefs canvass. / OLD SMMNANBVAM AROUSED. Wm? BBssire** mt sae OVeeh-4 Bsrtes eT 4B?bii*bb BfrONstess* *i ifc? Hi?k*?i PHea. lBpeetBl1v!*fr*m to tbe Dtapateh.) ttiXHtmrticX, Va., September 19.? General tie* tertainatas his canvas* of this e*4tntj to-night at Newaisrljct. Water* flier* will be a grand torch-light aroceaaion and a ttaawndoa* crowd. Never tn the history of the old Tenth Li(iOB has tbe Daaaeoracy af old She aandosh been so *tkrad te its depths a* baa been tbe ease tbia week. Prom aaa end of thi* c-oimty to the other Fri* Lea baa aroaaad the Democracy, aad for four day* mechanics have ?cJoeed their sBopa, marchant* their ?ttorea, sad bstsineas-tnen their office*. Tb* plough and barrow har* slept la tb* furrow andfieLl, whilst men. wo aaen. and children have flocked to hear, to ree, and stab* by the hand their gal? lant aUndard-lrewrer. Tbe enthusiasm baa brea unbounded. Tbe adjoining counties bate added their quot* to awell tb* crowd* and fill tbe valleys of thia glan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 September 1885

"??-? '.'? ?"TW7 ?? "-*??'.? -,'v'?-' ':. ?- ";^ ^ THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. vrunij? M MREIL 10.679. "^T^iliT^aTDrVA., TT'ESDaT" MORNINgTsEITEMBEI. 22. 1885. TITREF (TENTS I'EK H.jtX SEASONABLE. HTIPTLAKI' KUA?'1> ali colena, at BOC.; KCKl' HCKlat mar wa aat?t?ms at ISMS.; PfcataVUAN otlLOItaU'PiWl REI) bi'BiM at JJK_ BABlBtoMK CRETeiNNr. at Ile. waru. ?Be. CREToNNP lr a-armtifl nnndisa nw BT.afi O ?. B Tl Pal KN'* fl CNLACM-RIE! MUKTh aspwera. paretiaat to u. a..ir at tBc,; _ Wi uso: :T.<ANMT*aai ?f- and ion-toon, l.rNCH-hAHKBTBand MCHtKll.-llAOi l> aijt*. Bl'eK'l,: N .s ii-, I ti t.K.i. ie ifCPEKEI) I a - HKKR1TUEPK. two doaen m ? ?mix Bm r.m LA 1>:KP AN1> eiF.VTLEMEN'B WHITE eui' HOAliiJET UNJ'LKwLAli vere rr-eai : _ rf\^t ..' ?tj> on,la li1- ant: CT rpfft ' - a KP* m mintono* varfcstv 1M ANT* Ckt-t BE1 Uooi* mid HA<"oT't> C't.i AM M'lk.i T"vt Ki> a: BLOC wortL tv. KUI 1 T P. It-FRINeiK f"-;A?KKI?-h(iB l?KKi:i- Ht".KAI.AC'KTi-**KlV- Bi ?* m?t oflarnd auvwn...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 September 1885

TW KICHMONB DISPATCH MT TMF DtSPATCM COMPANY tho BA.i v ni*?"ATV!! k SeM-rarat u Boram bs r??- rt rotas CB*m per week par BMe lo th. carrier westiy. Malled al M pe' Banns*; |s for ala moalba; 11.10for thrsi BBOatba; loo. tor one manta. t%eKKMl-WBKKLT niSPATOBatttpei Bonum or ll tor als months The WKKKi.Y DIHHATCH at ll per aa Bora. Beraerlpiior* in all eaara parable ia sd vance, ami ea nar*' con tinned after I hs ss fliaUoo o' i'ii time pa'* *w. noni'"*' oSK** ?eeair.swita. eheefc. or mttaiered let? ter. l?mi.<i sent by msll will be st th* ?flak of ikes. "der. Bo-ecriberawlBhlni then eost-omr. caneed wost I've tb*!r old ai wall as the- ewrrai-ornes. aeaopi* eo**?i ?BB bi AI'VKKTlHINO BATBS. haw isca os 1MB ltira*...-" lUanas.-. t times.-. J ?? ? lim*..-.?. ??> llUnsea.-. 6 80 I roon tb.-. ? *? t month* .-.-.? 8? OO Bead!is i ..- -.-? In resdlni-msttsr typo. ? llnsa or lesa ll; Kt noaparell'laadad. Tl eeata OBrd of rs'ea for mora ?pace tornished en eaat lesUon AU let ts rs snt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN*. CEN. LEE IE EOCKISGBAM. a Mole*St* SSeettae *? Mai usiaaara-A tl***! saar** a-m?urr*. ?.ai>??ta**s-i s*?i.si.i IflflBRflBW* Itssw-elal ta-trs-rare to (be I?t*n*t<*t BARKi?*.iNBt*RO. r*er**evober 21.? While cy. -uuii for Harnsooburf Moo dav morning in a private conveyance General Lee waa welootaed aad joined at almost c* erv mil* of hu journey Ly the Iremocrscy of Rockingham, fin amt inf ber* hr wa* joined tin the se burtt* ol the town by a large nun. hen tea rr and footrot**, header] by a braes l-snd, and welcomed os no .sana had oom aioce tbe war. one of the Urges* crowds known for years era* lier* K-day. S. Brown Allan was rsrssMtent on WhaK of the ReTubl**-**!*, who. BJ circulars directed from I'cterir burg. had used unusual efTort to have every man ;>f the party present, oen eral Le* spoke for two hour* and s hslf ir. lb* ofatrrj sir. and great entbnBOiam preTBilc'i. lt it certain thst good work was dont and the I-emocrotic given aa impetus which will be ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 September 1885

THE BANKERS1 NA TIONAL CONVENTION. Cam*** ?**bbbK Biffin*** *VB ott -Me*- A W*re *a B*ti***l a**ai*e. (By Joba ThowB*on, rrealttent of the Cha** National Bank, B.Y.I Er. President aud Gentlemen of thee Ranker? Convention: We new hare had twelve years of warfare erer the two precious metal*, (Mia party contending for a Bingle (mono) gani standard; tbe other patty eon taradiri for the continuing of the double standard. It is a contest between debtor and creditor. Tb* Bdrocatee of tbe BtcNo gold standard commenced tbe trouble. In 1*73, Germany har bia obtained a thousand millions of gold from France (indemnity money) undertook to substitute gold for ailrar. lt the commencement of thia movement silver was at a premium, bnt the natural eft-act of sup? ply and demand soon followed. The ('?rm sn Bil ver overstocked the I-on don hallion market. This, together with th* absorption of gold, caused a violent parting of th* market value of the two metals. Following the lead of Ger? man j, Sweden...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 September 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.6*0. RICHMOND. VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 23. 1S85. THREE (ENT8 TER a HT. isa wssrwasa. EV Vf mii'i J1DST EECEJVEI' ?*c4b*T int ol WiNHOV GRADES ali ?uiof* ? BB l*??*i ?ast*.r Sar h**sjri?g *t ?>*< b psi ABB* a?c*h*r bbs* OT tia I purwa.- Brui*. ETX lsRBBB tRKllsS. ali ?stirs*, winch ?alli ai- PBPiSb ** I**- * Vam Ussmus* it wnoic t? ci."?i ?; sec. ?**s*nt JffcAVT CANTON rLdLKKEL al .1.. * var* worn lt BS* eec HEAVY WODI LAf'-B iBKf *t fl ru *? IBJDbVB CANOPIES iron, fi Tbssr Cauopta* Ii* vb Ute pattin! mi sae ib nf v*ric*a> si*** muC roitii*. BCR1 -lArt-B>B3sasBBa) BOTTlNtiRAM ImVOm ir tsaautifu! pBtatrus; BlADstA* l^ACa CT-*?AINs;-We Stun" an a*r tb* k*m**t BBBunsaeti: ? ? :^HAIR*. ne* BBtSfirswaaii mueii k?w*l fir ins* Ylh? : , f.sKS-1?flE*Sv-*?TT etoesip DEW S DAVIS *?r ? v-tAT? OEEmSmXtAmmmm cor rc tn ia tu.a* *t si.bljblb* a****** f..M f: 76.8B 8B.B0 ?*. BD.BI. MdM Ve an** * **???'*? **Biirtru*ni ? ?u? poods mrr wei ni...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 September 1885

e THI WCHMOND DISPATCH ST Mr OI8PATCH COMPAVl Tue ?A i.i MBTATCH R 4ettTer*u t antnert be ra ?t r i rrusB oubtb sar weefc. sui able m tbe enrrter weaSlr. MalleJ al W V* BBBam; 8? nu ala month*; 11.80forthre assume * sou. Sirona month. Tbe?KRl*WKKKI.Tl)1Kf*ATORst88p* Banu tn. or ll for ala month*. The Wtr* Kl.Y 0I8PATCR st 81 sar sa asm. Babaertt*' cr.* in SH ?**?*?" -rsysbls la ss ?una*, sort ,.* t-aper eontlnned afier th* ?ja? r-ration i* the Ilma pale ??? ***?**] otto* monn -rrf.r. cheek, or r*siau.r.4 let ter. cnn-*- M aaaR Hy mat! win hs. s th rwkot m.* letter. MtmarRweawunRajtaat ?msl-OfrW ??n??S niue! riv* *netr C*8e wallasthi* .*wtxsrt-?rtnea. ??*?*?<?*" *ee, _. a (> v KRTIBI BO RATIO*. ?lAi.r j som os naas. ? ?????.ZZ-f atir***-..-.~.?." i ai s tiwi**.-. 9 -. ? il MM.??.-na.asa # flm?eV. .iBRaanaRnaanume 1 mouth. 8 mouin. .950' BRassUs) nntlfte In rea<lln?-malt?*r ly**, I Ito** or I*** 81 I tu nonpareil l**<*?*4. Tl eau ia Card of rates for more e,vae* tar nun ed...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 September 1885

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