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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 7 November 1885

4 TOWN WITH ONE INHABITANT lee Tah** Visitor* Ar***** and Hassle* ?'?*? ttrsiM Itv* rai war rv* to* Bat*. A Comoville (Ctl.) letter atys: For tvs or six years old Pets Fergus hts been thc ooly resident of this town. He was here flr?t tod be it here lost. Be sow the mining-camp develop, evo? lute, and decline, lt wa* he who wei coated til the new-comer* and who bade all the'out-goer* good-by. There ar* twenty or thirty houses in the plsce. bot only his is tenanted. Th? other* stand about as they wert left by their last occupants. Sonne of them tre in good condition, with windows tnd doors hi place, but others tr* rickety tnd tumble-down. Tbe Comoville fever wt* violent, ind ft soon faded ewty. Of the twenty or thirtv minet ber* none ever piid, mil during til the time they were worked not enough bullion wis liken out of them to piy for the tobscco consumed in tbe plice. Pete Fergus kept t botrding-houne, tnd it wts not his hus' see* to worry over the poor success of the mine*. The v c...

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 November 1885

m^m^[^^mwmmmmM mmm. -s-t-a-MPBtaM THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. AV llnl K MM1IKK. 10,720. RICHMOND, VA.. 8UNDAT MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1885. THREE CENTS PEE COPY LET THE GOOD NEWS GO Throughout the Valley, Alike to thc Palau of thc Wealthy ana gt to thc Most Humble Cottage'on thc Hill-Side. CATCH HIM!! "When some tine morning you walic up snd find t sneak-thief (whom some shrew | to be is collusion with the clothing-dealer) HAS WATCHED STOUl overcoat, Our Overcoat Department WILL LE Till' I"' ACE TOD WILL SEEK. We hove -sr/enciid ones tt |8, and praje them np to best imported goods; Satin Lined ot I i os ore mode Ly Tailors for J50. Recollect, (hu- Prices an in Plain Figun , H D MPARISON ANI> WILL STAND UNDER TI"N MAKE REGARDING Our Superb Stock 7t -' ? ' C 'j. i W* / ar oe- ar rn** a* ?*?> / w> mt ?aw* ** rn- vw/'rn In this department -an bo found everything that tlc- heart of the child and the minti of ihe mother can wi-h. We will quota no prices, for ws have every PRK oLITY, lad ...

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 November 1885

2 FOR THE LADIES. TAJ. FASHIONS IN FURS. I tot-sea a?S Jackets - KBr-Trls***.* Cl**s*-I art .irsr-iaa*. Se. Harper's Bazar, in its current issus ray a : Short mantles of seal-akin pro Mtaa to be tbe most drossy wnp* o tse winter, aa th*y an of small, cloe abases that outline the shoulders grace folly, clinging when warmth ia moa seeded, and not concealing th* skirt! ?f handsome costumes. They may bt ?Tinned with a border of aoroe othei far, but an handsome enough sith ssl any trimming, anil the readei ia advi.??d that her heat oat lay of money is in *n untrimmed gar sent of floe skins that may har* trim ming added hereafter when a change ol Btyle may require it. Th* amalleat and moat youthful-looking of these mantle*, called the Georgie, hes i-hort back forms *nding in box pleats just below th* waist line, whiie the aides are folded under from tb* b*ck to form ?nail sleeves,, that pas* over the pointed front*. The standing collar is very high, th* fronta are fastened by book*, and t...

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 November 1885

rtvuaw ovrtaa*otitivi*os NOTES IN MISSISSIPPI. A fsslvetval B*hef ia 'Satree-r-Btsw ?? Eel* iajsst O***!**** wa* "TrtfAe*."* * (Burton Herald.j ? I hain't got no money, bot I 'eeees to htb* t right smart beep eb cotton io tlc foll, end I weat to bey o Bait ob de' fo' my ola attn.'' Tbe ?peaker eros on old negro wemen tddr*iting iii* owner of t variety-store ia Grenade, alias., t town which divided tbe honor <or diaboaorv of the highett death rete ta tbe yellow-lever epidemic of lH^l with Shreveport, Le, It is in the boort of the cotton-belt. I bod come ?down to tbe place from Memphis to mike t little ttudy of negro life in tbe far .South, tad had drifted into this little shop a* affording t pood po*t of tabeervttion. It wit Saturday night. Kegroes of til elottei aad conditiona were buying their Sunday suppiiea on tbe apparently flexible, but itally in? exorable, system of southern cedit. tbe m stem ?,f the pawn-shop applied to tbe produce of tat field. Their dis? tinctive charact...

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 November 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET TEB DISPATCH OOEPAHT. ta* DAILY DISPATCH B 0*K?*r*d to ?aOscrrl Ism* ai r i rr bb* ea wt* tar tree*, pay Dbl* ta Itecarrter weekly, MaUed*tta per tn nu wi; St Bar Mt month*; Bl.BO BM tb rs* BKtnlbl; BO*. Biron* month. m?HEM!.WEEKLY DIAPATCHat BB par taunta, or ti for al x mon tba Th* WRERLT D1BPATCR tl W tat ** warn. Bnhaei-iptrnM In all eaase payabla l* **? ?enc*, end n* poper emttlnned aft*r th* *? ptreHoa of th* tim* ttid av. S*nd bo** oSle* mo?*y-?der,cheet. or reg1*!*)*** let Bar. Currency seat by bi*U will b* at the rtahof tbesettder. Hutstorlberswlshlrittheir *c*i-offle* el.ai'gsd ?mi air* th*lr old as w?Uttl>*irp*w|BMl ia*** BampiioopiM free._. ADVKKTUIISO RATER. ?alp moa o* LBBt. mme. Burnes-_.-.-?? S Um*!-.-.?.-.. Slime*..;.~???. IS time* ..?-.?.-. I mon m.--?-.??.-. g px-ti th*._.? lUsdlna nolle** tn rsadlng-malter type. B lines er ina Bl; tn nonpareil loaded, rs BBBOA Chid of ratal for mon ipaoe fornlih*d at tppl tea ilea. _ AU lotter* *nd te...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 November 1885

ENGLISH J-oUTiYS. TBS CHURCH QUESTION UP. ?*S***MMl*atai?i ta* l***-s>-f*taw itt* **?-?** ataao-T**- I BSaaBM aad tee Bestra Mi*. [B>- cable to tb* Dtt-patch.] >ovember ".?Th* Irish tjoestion hM for tbe moment given way to a rrligioua question ta Bntiah poll tiri. Darnell ia pefmitled to go os *rrangrag las campatf**i and ssminsttag bia Candidates tn Ireland pretty mach a* be pleases, while tbe veter* in Eng? land and Scotland ar* art by tbe esra ever the quotion of disestablishment. The (burch coutroveraj hM become exceedingly bitter, lt has been de ts-ribtd as'??the combat of the Estab? lished Church fighting for life against tbe dissenters ill lips ling to destroy the Mate monopoly of religion.-' Every? body in ' .real Kritain baa become deeply interested in tbe contest, and it ia now thought that tbe result of the election* will hirst entirely on the Church cjoes '1 be aagraaBiltg importance in thia campaign of tbe question of di.?establi*h BBeat is due to tbe pisponder...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 November 1885

ACROSS THE FIELD. FEQE TEE GEREAN. lunn. L. W. WHARTON.] u To wonder with no object whatever ' oeroes tbe field ' and nut into tbe beou tiful sommer world, when it is pith? less end bridgelea*, oed wild and lonely?that is refreshing." stid tbt slenderly-formed women, ts sbe drew a deep brttth and pressed her ftce for a moment into tbe large bouquet of tnanv-eolored fi*ld-"?w*ra which her pr*t,ty little bend could scarcely ipm. "You loved thtt once. too. Arnold. We hove often gypsied around together without pim or object, aa to-day. Thea-" ? .. ??Then, m childhood'a dtya, stid tbt msn ot her *id?, uking up tbe un finished sentence. " Later, theie were others permitted to gypa witb you, Se? lina; and I, now, I have ia fact all my life long gone thu*, ' across the field,' through tbe world, where it waa pathless md bridgelea*, yet alone.'' Sbe nighed softly. " Tbat has kept you young, Arnold. Time has not dealt so lightly with me. I had always to take the monotonous, straight, foot tro...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 November 1885

LONDON FUNERALS. SOME WILD EXTRAVAGANCE. murri's ???' <l**??tt aVib* r**ier?isacera? VI* Lai**., thia* in ? *lB??. [l.otti*titi LaMMll "The ar is full of farewells to the \>rg anti mouTiiir-gs for the dead," bi t happily for mankind the sighs of ihe sorrowing are not carrie.I far, and the world goes on unheedful, indeed, for th* most part unconscious that each minute that passes adda to th* long hst of the bereaved. It is true that ?ll torn do not suffer to the same i \ tt nt by the loss ot those who have bern nearest anti should be dearest to them. In fact, there are some natures mi poor that they have no affection to '?ut these in all countries are the The cynic is ever ready io doubt the probability of conjugal I ?ppine?s ami to exercise his wit at the tvjttiHC of those who have entered upon married life. "Ile jests at scars who never felt a wound," and we may safely conclude that he who ia most st i ptical of a lasting affection is he who i* least capable of feeling it. Do...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 8 November 1885

PILOTS IN DEADLY PERIL. ONE Or THEIR CRAFT SUNK. AU TttkneWtt fr*?m*a l,? *?f,s,?r? <*?? ?St AtsBttAstte* l? Titi lr rats--Del RIM >" attltttti** BS* tlri-*4, ; New York Herald.] A nita**, misty har* spread lik* a broad mantle ov*r tb* ocean in the ?arlj boura of rmUr<5ay morning. It stemed to till tlS* air with * denser ob aeviritr alonf the line of the abora to tbe southward. There was little bia*** blowing, but f-eat long waves, tb* I*** arie* of a pr*s iou* gale, roll**! in from tbs ssa sith their ridges marked her* aad there with crest* of curling foam. It waa twenty ninutaa to 3 A. M. About twenty-five miles north-north ?ast of Absentia Light was Pilot-Boat No. 0, the Mary and Catharine, of New York. She wm running Rlowly under B light sail. All but Pilot Oscar Stro-l fricden, who wm in charge, and tho watch, ware sleeping in their berths. A TH ll 11 t ISO SUMMONS. ** AU hands on deck ! " Th* words rang out on the night like a shriek of terror, startling the aloep er?...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 10 November 1885

^PiPPrM' ' 1 .,- ; " li I -lyS^liAp THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLF MTOB-at W.721. ikTTMOM*. TA.. TrESDAT MOIW.NG. N"VElfKEl{ IO. imo. TflllFI < FVT- ITU WIT MT~TnLi?oRrEtr?s. BR i.v* fSSSB Ol^fe eaBOB Ota* u. tte !ra.|. te tt *s astaertattM au* watta* rrao, si Vs-reat _stBraaets *t**X. naaoois rriBsana met holla.* BiaAUti ema nrMflaRfH t B i stsmi nitiriafaaB aal ?tc ta Bs*es_ MOW- TRIalBliN BDBJBBJj ObBissiibi al: Bastin fro* iee. I yard H T?t..aa>. a ?io Tnaae Ctatlw. avrtt. eat 70c.. aa I i vearrt ar ibm mi T'auost*- t*i.. A ss rae lao o' tavliraa* for tr , Vrtasesaai am trias***** rr** *?*_ tu t BU. VelrwiasreaaBai maa*****._ VatvwOs rraai B. A^> ooo* ? uaw mt I*aw Jjiwb* Dalt si war aBJaSBBROt freer, ts* <*>** A na* MM WHIT* B^ABl.EI Br ta o sall, ** _ i' ass* OSLBTO BUBrireoa 7aa.tfi.Ba.: . AlNe aaVfl HeaciOirarVio- le JA..aw! tte t Miasi tara**, aw ac.st auc tun. ? Ur. t fl IW- a tni -"-uAli COLD WEAL -?i;i.'-,.iu ? i - ?* ta* mrr? - boo o' lavdte stud Ctn Idt- ....

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 10 November 1885

?THU RICHMONB DISPATCH. ET TEE DISPATCH OOEFAMT. tho BAILY OtWATOB B **tt**?r**d to Mt-*ctll-*rs*tri*TRBttca*-**?*rtt^*k.r*sr an*at*ttt*c*,ni*rw**k;>. Maltaa M****** aaasa; M for ala tttoaths; ll.aO for tkr** Maana: ao*. mr on* ms* ta. rkeBBMl-WBKKLT DISPATCH M flt mat aaattra. or ll for ats rmhiUm. Tba WBBBLT D1BPATOB at Bl par aa sam. saTMsnatloM la ad ta*?a *****?bI* la ad* ?race*, and a* paper eantlttoad ?ft*r the ex aliatloa af Ik* Uri* p??d for. Band paat BBMS mo*iey-*rder. check, or ras:l?t*r*4t "st lw. (*at*r*ocy *ent hy mat* will b* al the r_k of tbe sender. Bnbst-rlbsraw?htng their ?tflSVoffloa ebanged moat Btv* tb*1' -***? ?** wau as their nsw r?a?t-aKc*. Baoipla oopiaa AJ)VBBTI*lINO BATBSB, uv mos ob lam. 1 Um_.-.-???*? ?** ttlKM .-?.-.~~- ? **** ? time*..-....??.-. * ?* ?umae??.--.- ? *0 ll Ulta-.?.~-.-.. ? ?0 1 roon tb.-???. ? afl a anon tbs-..~? a* 00 BsttAlng notieea In nadlng-matter t*rs*. B Unas ot 1Mb, ll; Bi nonpar**.! leaded. IB Mttta Oard ot talM for mm* *pa...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 10 November 1885

AROtTJIEl; DEADLY AND DESTRUCTIVE CH?Hu Mttai U*m |x*t a?< fSttek a aaa* t***?auis?. f By is*s*a-spt to use tmaatak.] SELMA, Ala., ls .-toa be? da, sight one sf tia flaoat tantftc ai tlestTiKttic ito?n- etc* lois- n ia ; BMBd *-4*r tba ****taa- sf i inst astrtb sf tba tat*-, wrtfbjsa, rail fasd bttk*. **re*witag crop ssd i***alb*Bf la-BBs aad bossm i mims. Tbr cjcIotk wm at*t-*om*sssai hr tor-sat*- of ram aad a**s*mlltng sta trw diMtma*eS*M. It cm**fsvd on tbe Oi uwba river. pa?aed through Dalia l'rrry. ami 1'ibl. count***, laarra a dttttei waste sf fawtwu, sba MsMsa. ian uss, sad villas. Errplora relief rame* say tbe traci, of tbe e* obsai wan ball s aile witt*. Tb* bavi (rasa waar forty mile* pu*Am*r a saad and Konadsd. aad dtm't know hoi asses lotajur tba track a mnsss* base baan found kilied ontrighi aad tarty or lift*. .jan**t*roiiai v wotmoac A Bsmber of pt-saa* cmsaot t>. ac Bflaainl for. Bale* of cotton war blawn froa tbe pn-bouaas and bural ed asd scattered * vere whi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 10 November 1885

DUST TO DUST. A NOTED ACTOR GONE. #*Oo MtTBile*ab rassm Awav-H* ******* A PtUtdtlphi* telegrtm of Sunday Baye: John McCullough, tb* actor, dkd at bk resident*, in thia city, ot BV* minutes peat 1 o'clock thia after boob. Mr. McCullough a death, ol though not tntirely unexpected, occur red quite suddenly, tod wts due. a* Dr. Mogo Engel, his physician, sty*, to ?" ss affection of Um brain conned by Meod-pokoniDg.'' Dr. F.ngel assert* tbat Mr. McCullough wo* not insane, tod tbat it waa a mkttke to hive placed bim ia the Bloomingdole Insane Asylum, where be wet confirssd for* number of week*. His felling m*otal powers were Ant noticed in the etrly ptrt of Jonu ery, 181*4, tnd in April of thit ytor he mads i UmenUble failure of " Othello " ht Washington. After that, hi* ailment manifested itself at various times in the loee of memory ; tbe p.otnpter at time* being obliged lo follow bim tbout the siege. In the summer of 1884 he spent some time in Ctrlibtd, Gsrmany, and returning to thia c...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 November 1885

PW*IP^PI^ M*i\*wmi.\im#^ ^> wmvmv THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10,722. KICIIMOM), VA., WEnXESDAYMOIsMNc;. NOVEMBER ll, |g85. TlfKEE CENTS PER COPY* nrrrtat. Birmin*. WmT LEVY A DAVIS'S BIG BARGAINS, [CK-Yt IDTH TRICOTS at BOc. t yon \eotti. ii ALPACAS at 10c. a yan iTN at 7c. ayard woril n: Kl'fr KY K CASHMERE at IO. a yort aurlie 17c.: BLACK CASHMERES from 10c. up to |1.St .1 col cued CASHMERES from EV. ayort ll: Etetani COMBINATION DRESS OOOD6 DRESS e. o| g ... , ,,ry description-! ht latest st\ le*at the lowest prices; Tl Kl \II.E-CLOTIu* at SOC, Wltl'l lils at 11.10 worth KI(TI TAHI I?? COVERS at 1L8S worth!/.; LAE BLANKETS to 51 ..'<" former prion H: I M lil le I NI NE V Kl. E P V M ASK St a lard, mcul.1 ka cheap a: DAMASK I'oWKLa at ll.SO per do_s*ii v. IIEDDAMASK TOWEL*. ? h. never st hi st .*?* Oi*'. I HUIRASACK. DAMASK an.I MORIE I INT N li,WH.s si 11.60 pc wonk fl Hil KA HACK TOWKLSat fl sopcrdoiet. worth ts. I . s" ?. . '? pei 'l-l. i* nu ,1 cap a: fi; at lt...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 November 1885

THK RrtHMONB^ DISPATCH. ET TEE DISPATCH COMP ANT* Vee BAS Lt DlfvPATOH B itUverei to Mr*a-r!ts?r?at rii*TS?ttCW.*ry*i*fr???l MT BM* ta th* carrier weekly. Balled al ft per annual: IS tot alx month*: si.ao for thro* ?attn the; toe, for one mimili. ___ ThtBEBI-WKKKLT DISPATOBMfBitar armors, or SI tor sis months The WBBBLT DIBPATCB at Bl amt ea* BttSB. BtaMeriaAiott* tn ali ***** p?T?hta I" ?*?' vaaie*. and ne pap*' eooUnoed aftar the ex liratlott of the Urae pa'd a*- *****?; O/flee money-erder. eris**-, or rt-xistartta lax tee. Corr*tteTts.nt tty mall SBss???BI Itafcof theasriier. Bttl?a*wibe-wt*h!nf their .oet-offle* ebancei moat give their QMM well m their new *s-et*eJJta*. Ba?P?tco?iM ff**, ?????-??? AJOVBRTISINU BATBB, wait worn on imo*. 1 Uta* ...--.*? ?" B staaw ?.?......? . ? BU-M-.-.- J JJ !2*.r i to ? Um**.- - lt um**--.~~. ? 'I X month-.-.??? ? ?? I asonUta-?? ?? Beedina notices in reading-matter tys*>. I IIbs* or tata. Hi Ul nonpareil leaded. Ti Mitta Card of rates for m...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 November 1885

THE OLD NORTH STATE. EALEIGIFS NEWSr BCDOET. lr Jr si t'ssr- ta* >T%U I irsllst Outr*! BsilrcaS l:.tr**l*s- I>.-t-cat<* A*r*sl*lr4 tn r*li*r*l tatra. IBpeclal telegram to tbe Dttnateb.] i: vi non, N. C.November 10.? Tlc Fcdtrtl Court is in session at Ashe? ville. For ibis one term there ore 300 <*?*? on the docket. These 300 cato* ha?e drawn l.'_V0 witne*s*.?. Last week cases were argued by the district ey ; thirty were disposed of by submissions. The court will be occu pud for over a fortnight on tho remain? der of the do< Vet. Just tfter the close of the wtr tnd durmii tbe occupttion of Raleigh by the Federal troops Henderson Reeves, an old merchant, wrapped a twenty-fire cent gold piece in what be auppised wu t $1,000 Confederate note tad laid it iwiy for safekeeping. The money . htd remtinc'l hidden from public view nntil recently, when a gentleman ptss irg Beeves's store was told of tbe ctr curr.stances. In order to show the treasure, Reeves handed the note to hi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 November 1885

INTERESTING WINS. mBCH.t.OLOQY IN CAM ROD Bet-ret ttslsrat!*B*-0?s*it.(. ritle* a-sMaa- ailOlllBieiB Aetkii1 Vol la*e tlssi-law.ru Biataea-LsKsaases. .New Orban! TTmea-Henioriat.] Th* year |8SO has witnessed mi ol lc ologioal progress of o most i pertsnt sort. We *pok* lost wt of o memorable discovery in Italy. 1 Journal des Savants furnishes us n with complete dettili of t much grei discovery in tbe extreme Orient, occo plisbed by the grand libors of M. A monier, r*w?rtled t few months og > one of tbe greatest recompenses with the power of the Academy of Inscri lions to bestow. Before touchin however, upon th* labors of Aymonii tt will be well to review very briol tht history of Cambodian explorotio (int ur ie*- ego rumors of extraon nary remains in I ndo-Chino were Lroug to Europe by Portuguese navigator and more recently it was known th during the thirteenth century Chine officials hod not only visited these my terious cities, but hod published recite ?of their travels thither...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 November 1885

W^ill|vl ,!*W?M'ml ii*ji..j ??,vw^.....T.^r,!?r,^^^,^p,?r.,.,^.. .,^.,JP.,W^, .?i.pii.i*. ,'*?< i ? -?-rr- t- ? .,..,?,., V,V ?- - ll I " l"MI THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WIIOl.K NI MHKK, 10,728. RICHMOND, VA., TIirHSDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 12, I8K.5. TH KKK CENTS !'Ki: OOM. "I I ENTER'S, .107 Broad strket. Intending buyers arc Invited tn examine our stock ant) nunput* our prices willi ' <>t in r honer* in tbt city, i >i:r siwciet bundillia thia Week will ampi} ir pa) lti?-p.-<t nm. 1 mnmaiiy attractive gonda and prices lr l*,1l?wBi.rt MTase..'CLOAKS and WRAF* Tin- followings!* ft few of our special bar gain* In I Hhs* IMNK'S: All-Wool Tricot al lieotftlHOc.; o: al S!\o.: 67 ii I -Wool ljt.li.*'Cloth Suit ti>gK at ? Kn.-t.ii.> tull doable widthCftah.' ii ? r?- in h!i ?ha<W and lila.-lt at 2%r. Bis in ail KANO I \i i.\ i n I'lftln si'k Veli.ts r. .l,i<e,l from $1 2:< V , ?? .1 Mik Velvets, al! thad** and btaek, ai H I, and Co ored Velveteen kt IO ft od fit.', M...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 November 1885

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Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 November 1885

DOWN BY THE SEA. NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH Tbs ra*e ?V ike Brest* flank an* Hair Brsik?r?-N**|.)i.i* So'et - 4'aavic inI al Maft*la**klrr. jOnrrenpowdenreof ihe BasRSsWSi IMspateh. Noitioi.K. Nov. ll, |( In the I'liiled States Circuit t'ourl to-day Ihe receiver of the Exchange National Bank petitioned the Court tc appoint a master to take an account oi the affairs of Bain Druthers, the bankrupt hankers of Portsmouth, who owe tht Exchange some $400,000. Tho motion was argued hy Judge W, ,1. Robert? son hm Menura, Whitt and Garnett Km the hank, and L. K. Page a.ul J, Wil liam Jones for the trustees of Hair Brothers, after * Inch the Court entered an order re /erring the qnOaCiOBI at lOsUM to a coromissii un to URO testimony, Ac. and appointed Mr. Charles Barrv master, with authotity to employ an ; crt lo examine the book* snd ac? counts of Bots Droth-i-i. Thu dis poses of tht civil action fot this tenn. 'l!i criminal action agsinst the oilicer.-i of the Exchange Dank continues befon the ...

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