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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 12 November 1885

4 TIRKIXIA METHODISTS. TBS ANNUAL CONFERENCE First Ila* lla'-llasxtiec six! riiiM Mesalaw HlaaSiBS I esutailler* .tsa?inl?? fabio t na* SWr-.fl 4tft.*liaas-a?*eraamerBrDt n?. _?, (Keported for the Dhnateh.] PliTEHBItlKo, Nov. ll. IxM. The Conference as.emlilcd in Un Washington-Street church, Bi>ho{ Keener presiding. Promptly etOVclocli A. M. the Bishop called the Conference to orrler. I>it in* service was conducted by the Bishop. He read th* Scriptures, thee a tn tatt, which wa* aunt; two linos at I tittie, th* Bishop reading out the lines. The Bishop led in prater. Dunng the {ira) cr impromptu amens, loud and many, were heard from all parts of the Con fer enc*. Rev. Paul Whitehead. I). IL, secre? tary of the last < onference, called the roll. Pr. Whitehead was reelected secre? tary. Rev. P. A. Peterson and Rev. S. S. Lambeth were electel assistant oecretaries. (>b motion the hour of meeting; was fixed at '.':30 o'clock A. M. and tho hour of adjournment at 1:."0 o'clock ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 November 1885

?K-^HH THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOIK NUMBER, 10.7-2,. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY HOENING, NOVEMBER ia, 1885. THREE CENTS PEB OQFt ? BIG BARGAINS. Ts at 60r. a r*rd *?**': ai 1 a yard mrsPCN at **, a yari I 10c. a yard I RES from liv upt'.ll.M) - i>rd; ? ' s DRES-ei ?i?tbe . : SOr - !"i ll-- st 61.10 * i prto* BLEA ""K*1 LB st H>" i*r do*** r I CUM fi'ur Wiaoow-Curtain*. - i ? i ... i. ? A V\ - IOU Mk.. - CABDOZO { CO.. LIN si Kl | Rd Dress Goods, NOVELTIES. ? - ? ? : 1.A ' - nd I E \R; ? - ? tbe i ? a, a Pt K Mit Kr, (AStPETH. imitIA,**. KA RE ( H ANCE.?INTEND-* IKG Mk "fl H - . lil. IR SU Ts 1 HM-i: MR at ole . I 111 I i lilli'.HT - - ' for $1 Cash . XD $1 PER WEEK. TERT$ CO., tst Broad sti ? il MOM). YA. ? B I NIT. ABB ? PLARCHA1 Ht, IR ? N and BRUSSELS CA H ET* B - OIL* - ? ai. n e ? .1 AND 81 PER \* I ? l ..''.-.. .?. i rr. _ aol j - mad* ta*y. u. a ai - n LARi.K AND ELEl.ANTfi Baa BE. Tr Loo] aa We hav# fi -.ri.e* s w *m :'uor street. MEAL. Haine ad . ' i -i.s . , m to tbe Bupe...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 November 1885

THE RlfHMONB DISPATCH. BY THE DISPATCH COMPANY, |*Se BAILY iiIWATCbTm ?*nv*f*at te (*j harri tie nat rirrRBKtT*irr* par w**~. P**' asl* t*> th* e*m*r w*?kly. Mall*- at I* l?*t annual; ft Aw six moot hs; ll.to for thr** mo* tn*: Bte. Btron* most Ut. Th*UKM l-\V ?. KKLT HI8PAT4JBat t? t*W annnm. or ll for .la months. Th* WEEKLY WMPATOH at tl SSW aa ?n?. n*hserir.i!ons tn all mmm aay-W* in ? vane*.sod no p?p*reontInned aftar *???? fltrattoa ?* th* Ur** sat'd ??? M***r:' OOo* ?on*yHHd*r. cheek, or r#giat*r*e let? ter. Currency sent hy mall will b* at tn rMA of the sander, wibstrlber* wishing Utatt BOM-c-fflee etvanged mut* gtv* tb* r ol* M W*lla*4l?*?rnewpn*t-???o?- Sflmpl* eopt*a *?*- _____? AllVKBTIHlWU ItATMS. KAir iMC!ioni_?B. ltira*.-.?.._?* ~? * "*"? "?" _? 1 ?f> "?'"*?. lil I time*.-.-. ????*.-.- ;m g month. .-.? ** W K**d1ng nolloe* in restdltig-iiwller ty**, t Um* er imi ti ? m naonara!! ltstsd, Yt oe-ta. Curi ot rats* mr more spao* f_rni*-*d ?? apptiastinn._ All lei tera...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 November 1885

HU.IMKAIii: TALK. THE CHH'AQO CONVENTION. | |. rtl*a rf Omma aud Aa^?i?n*rai ?t I on mill-.*- Itrsaluilons Bad Rm ninmrii dat <u* ?? CewereaBB, (By Iclrgrapb to tho pupalch.l Cm ipa (m. November 12.?Al this ? n ol'thc Free-Trade i \>:i linofi a resolution* wa* appointed and ordrie.l to report this git. ii ocn. Tbe following papers were read' ?4 Pauper 1 aler of Europe," by Thoma* c. Sherman, ai Brooklyn. N. \.-. '? Doe* High Tariff on Wool Benefit "by Rowland Hazard, of K hewie I -lund ; "Agriculture. Ma ,)>?:. rv. and Tariff," by M. B. Slater, of ( hu-; " Tariff and Ship-Building," by William ti. Gibbons, of Delaware; "Tari!) Manufactures and thc People," by J. B. S-aigent. of Connecticut; and "Tai.fl ind its P.cWtion to tho Boot and .'-he Industry,"' bf James Mean.*, of Mas-a' hiisctts. Joseph i.'mne y, of Massachusetts, read a li.iivlation of an article rere-itly pnh lisi.eii in la I'" ", a Chilian paper, publi dud in Valparaiso, in which free bade between thc I tuted Sl...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 November 1885

OI'KER M50P1 !.'. faE FAR ANl)A.VA N 1SLASPS. Bria** tva* Live ta We* H?*t*s ??* ??** Les* ibsa Pits Peet Ilia*. {Providence Journal.) Notwithstanding the fact that the theory was exploded a hundred years ago, it is still said that the Andante BOOSi are tbe descendant* of A fri an rtlave* who, centuries ago. were wrecked upon the Andaman islands. Mr. Man classifies them Bins : 1. Negritos, not Papuan*, aa stated by Kiguier. '2. Original inhabitants, whose occupancy "arte* from prehistoric times. Kacial aflU ity may possibly be found to exist between them and the Somangs of the Malayan peninsula or the Acta* of the Philippine islands. Th* rac* is divieled linguistically into nine tribes. The entire group ia sup? posed to contain about four thousand aoula. This supposition is Laged on tho surmise that the tribe with whom tbe government ia best acquainted do not exceed four hundred, though at tbe time?I** 58?*the penal settlement was established at the Andaman* they numbered one thousa...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 November 1885

?gJPP'ifejsj**'^^ THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10,725. RICHMOND, YA., SATTRDAY MORNING, NOVEMjEg 11, 1885._THREE CEOT8 PER COPY R80LUTILT PT RI ROYAL BAKING POWDERi tnoll-lrl j ski: st ri.ai r_ JAKES PLACE, THKATRK. t.RAND IBJWIW OB Till-, pavoii ITE RESORT. i gaeatgaed kai log rr:'1' I ,n fi, ur in Iii gu to announce t i ..: i lu- diauii toa, REOPfRlNU -1 Ins fa von I ?*d ?'re> ii ll si neill to se rve his [' WINES. .. lt RM G arm'l XXXX awl o, .' blakey, liergner A Euko ? rge Eliret ? New Tori Tte sile:,timi of former and future pi ? - nonneament. I-ID J.H. HLl'Kl VNTKRTA1N THE DELEfiATES P 1 / 7.1 N I (*,k ? gav 1.1 wm of ai! ba ? rn shu are ?ntertalnltiE the delegate! I tie BeatkR oi-nerai convention to tal ?VIM I B BORO Al s DESSERT vir: I Btaebe. Vanilla. Lia jue. N?a|KilHan.Tult in.li BtraaraatYY. Ctaocotal* and Ma ron ll Ki'KI \Ms ORANGE ?BO* LEVON WATER-D'E*: PARTbUBR. ami FARO! CARR*, i HA RUO Th RI SSI and V, INE-JELLV : | ii Al> ORAXGRB, BANANAS CATAWBA aod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 November 1885

THK RHM.WNB DISPATCHx Bf TBf ' i'ATCH OOMPABT. TU* PAH.. -vt.?.TOM M e*ir***w- to mnarriH*rs*i rintisntrrraperwa***.V*T' aM*t*tb?cearr . . anekty. Malled al I* P*? annas*; Ot ?.* St months; 11.00 Sw three anon th*; toe. foi one mouth. Th*HKMI-\t ? SKLTI>!BI"ATOil*t|lrti an nura, or fl fe. sta montn*. Tb* WKKK i ' iMSPATOH at fl mw *n anm. SaSBsnr*t?BB H. au ea*** par*!-. ,a ?*" van**, and a* p*t**r emttlnned after in* ?? ptmtloM nt th* tim* paid for. *?_? !*?* OfSe* money--i .ter cbaok. ot regie!*!-** let t*r. Onrrene.i wu: h- mall will b* at tb* Hes nf tb* senile' soh?rtbeT* wishing their poat-ome* eba* <e*l nao*t giv* tb*lr oil sa wal) aa th*lr nem ts?i-orS**. Sample ooplae fra*. _ AD ll ll BB If RATIO ?Ai.r inoBOB-uea. 1 tl?*...-. I tir_*s?_.-.?~ I time*..?. etin.e*.?-. lt time*.-. ? 90 I month.-. ? ?? I month*-.- ll 00 Beading not iee* in reading-matter tm*. ? Unas ev leen ll: ta nonpareil l**d*d. tl emita Card of rale* for mer* apse* furnish*- ?* applteaU-B. _ All l*t_?r*...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 November 1885

A CHI IN FLAMES. GALVESTON'S VISITATION. Vi kele RlcM-lti Barara-Y*e Wl*6 Slswlftg B Hale - ferr**,, ii Pe wt ri rn - A TsrriMr Stear. (By teiegmpi to tb* Dtapeteb-l QALIBBIOB, November 13.? Afire broke out et 1:10 this morning in a -mall foundry >n the north side of Strand itreet near th* corner of Six? teenth. The Hames spread rapidly un ? ler a stiff aartS wind, and at .ll. A M. six (I wr liing -house! had been do strojed, anel immense clouds of sparks were being carne sj four and fire snuares over the roof* of wooi'cn houses. The entire fir* department were on the ground, but the-. seemed paralyzed and unable to fight the Hame* because of the fierce wind ami suffocating smoke. The fire at 3:1.'. A.M. had spread seven t-qnares ku | had become a great conflagration, fully fifty dwellings were burning tie-rcilv, *nd the path of the fire as it j r*f*rsciS*1 southward was tilled with the di M reaManaa* in the city, all af v-h'h ?re weioden for five squares south. The fir* was conf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 November 1885

,?--.,,, I VIRGINIA METHODISTS. THE ANSI AL CONFERENCE. tkli* Ital's ProeeeOia**-- m-*et>aean*iea Prtaekera, tum limini VteasBers-Bera isn*a Krsiiraal Telaersm*. J Reported fm* th* Di*r~t*h.) PrrssaitcR'i, Va., Nov. IS, '85. Conference met at 9:30-? Bishop Keener in tbe chair. Rev. ll. C. Cheetham conducted the opening religions services. After tbe reading of th* minutes of yeitcrday't seseion tbe Bishop called fer reports from trustees of church ecbeols or institutions of loaming. Dr. W. W. Bennett, preaident of Kandolpb-Macon College, said he had a teport. but preferred to present it later. A communication from the editor of the Southern Chatterly Review was pre? sented and read. The Bishop asked special attention to this communication, ll* said the Church bad employsd, from th* first, the very best talent to write for the Review. Dr. Edwards made remarka in high pr a i.? e of tbe Review, and cdmmendi-d it to the members of the Conference and others. The Bishop complained that ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

_ ^.*-iry/ THE RICHMOND WHO...: NUMBER, 10.720. RICHMOND, VA.. SINDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY Cohen Brothers WILL COMMENCE MON I)/IV, November i6thy TO OFFER All Their Stock at Reduced Prices! LARGE REDUCTIONS HAVE BEENJ*MADE IN THE M'.PAETMEXTS OF DRESS GOODS, SILKS, CARPETS. AND GENERAL HOI 'SHIVARI-:. MANY SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. Cohen Brothers, Corner Fourth and Broad. (no 151 MANLY B. RAM i \ v. I Ne.. MS MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA. ._ _. _ .1. I 'j n ;,;;/ "?-?' ' HOI, PIANOS, ORGANS 1 si.itn. F'nll line of RAN los, QUI Tars, . ;..i ,1 STRINGS i..r hi; Instruments. Re*si onalliv and Lo weal I tventv-rl.n ibi.iismid copies e.f SHEET- M CSU.' arid Ml'SIT-lioOKS. All lue IA. ,..- iNi.S. A lew SECOND-HAND PIAN, ir,, of kow! makes, from tso ROAR and pianos Mild mi Mi.- Instsliuenl plan?110 to ?^J down, and .mut Kuaranteed tor live veer*, and sroui.aml COVER : I riv* here else. SEN! HO.I. "N Ki.'.'! i MANLY H. RAMOS A Co.. Miisi.-llonse, no l'-it tot Main...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

s GOLD AND SIM!'; Ti VARIOUSLY DISCUSSED. A Seal *tasitar* kteaa* b?i*-m*m aa* SBver la l*ter*aii*a?l Ti*s*-rr?*i*cii?*. fe the Editor of the Dispatch : The liker question ii one of the moat iarportent question! of the dey?made ao by the etronooag effort* of design? ing men to induce Governments to die card eilver from the monetary system of th* world. England, with her aides (Germany and Austria), having (irmly established the monometallic system, Becka now the impairment of Uncle Samuel's prosperity by caking the V nited Steles to take a wey silver from the monetary world and establish gold aa the only means of excheng*. Eng? land's wishes have received cordial re? ception hy some of our bankers and capitalists in th* metropolis, end it is bot frankness that prompts the state? ment thet the feeling ia increasing. It ta obvious that the commercial vaia* of ali commodities is regulated almost entirely, we might say, by the present available supply oi money as compared with the marke...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

THE MiKMVE'S REALM. TBE LAND Ot^ TBE VBARAOUS. Bi? ?i BWBSB ie Oei*e-T?e steal"* relifc Aa ar*tl *??? **e?-t>tic**t at*4**t*. Tbe Cairo of modern Egypt is not ax actly thc Cairo of one's dr*am*. writes a corrc?poi.dent of the San Franeiscv Chronicle, lt cry one who has read history thu ks of an ancient city always in c'ltinection with what he has learned of ii* life and deeds through long epochs, and somehow he expects to ace a little or a great deal of all thia when be .'.r-t fa '.ns his eyes on th* {.lace be has eo Jong imagined. Ic ^i* msbMj disappointed, for the modern alu .mt every where covert and conceals :he ancient, making only partial levitation* of the pa-t. if be wau*- ami e arebot he is, i?cr_ap?.. satis uf.'?at lc?-t he realizes a j.orti m cf bia idea). In Constantinople you com* directly i-? ? : with the Turk of two Ihoaaead tears apo. but Fsypt has ovtrtt.ti BBSS! early in thc ; I century bf 4,reeks," Italians and frtsub. who late enervated the na thcir civilisati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

,11 I '? ?'??? THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBE DISPATCH OOBPABT. Th* BA1LT DIBPATCB B delivered to aatwribersal ri rr??rt ca*rrs per wees, par? able lo ts* carrier we-hly. Balled at St per annam; St tor six months; ti.to for three month!: BOc. for on* month. Tbe SEMI 'WKBKI.T DlRPATOBatWser aancm. or |1 for six ronni r.s. Tbe WBBBLT 1MSPATCB at tl ter M ssss, Bebsrripitot-a in all com payable in sa vene*. and no p*P*r eootlnued aft?r tb* ?? S4nni.ii- of th* tim* paid tor. Send post omeo money ??rder. check, or resister** let? ter. Cnrreni t sent by niall will be at th* ri** of the aendir Snt-aerlber* wishing their r-et-nrrte* changed must give tb*lr old a* w*liMih*_-a*wp?_?^4M_e*. Sample eoplee free. _ ADVKRTIHINU BATBB. H4i.riircMoai.Baa. mw.-.?* . !! I time*.-.- J ?? * it?_* -. * b0 ..:.:.:.sro . S 90 ._. e et t limes-.?-?-. lt Hr***....-. 1 anon th.-.? B mont-*.~? St 00 Reeding notice* In reading-mat ter type, t Un** or Ism. ll: fe nonpareil leaded, rt sassa Ckvrd of reta* for mort...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

ill! CAROLINA. RALEIGH'S NEWSY BUDGET. I.biI Mailrr* I **rr*l Ob*r?alr?-*?????* l??.'i - ksaaall ?'? lbs Htahasi -I irr li.an*. BBjjaaaR telegram to th* Diapatrb.l Kai i H-ii. N. C.. November H.? A ,1 tuo-wceks* tt-rm of Wake I erins Mondaj?Judge ?\ slrr Clark presiding. 'Ibe Prai.klin Comity Superior I ky morning Judge II. lian. C. Ulatkmer. of Salisbury, j liv meir .lams. was united la inarrn..- W r';.e*dav at e. Iiadell county, te Maigret W. l'avis, daughter of I. Hay -id.laughter of tbe late '- I ? Peetana. -: Taeasay week thc colored fair j in at i Indications arc that it will be namban that the , his em (. e.l the late ; Mc l.-.y were held at I ii. Kn. Dr. ?'. Car? ron biri. ? .n. otbciatit : thc Mei!-*, {.m., ea, and nearly f every dwelling in t>wn were draped j in no ? an Imf*BBB* eon f j i a'tcndkun to pay the l to Nstn, Ai. with wares -. RSI walking lloag the n Mitchell county when he was by a man and ordtie i t Ile continued on his way, and wa* Bred upon twice, bulb :i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

I . THE AMETHYST SEAL (The Argosy, Tba clock struck 2. Luncheon wm just over at Wenlocl Towers, and on the terrace tero youiu rm were p*-mg. slowly, smoking theil cigars and (titting; between the whiffs They were both tell and good-looking, tine of them wm Bruce Wenlock, i oaptein in a .ra-k cavalry regiment and tbe eldest son of Sir lieorge Wen lock, the oe ner of the Towers. The other waa his half-cousin, Harold Bare al present a junior clerk in her Majet ty'i office of thc (.reen Wend. Young Wenlock wm dark, with black hair Md a heavy moustache, His fec? WM a very pleasant one, especially when he smiled, and hil eyes looked into yours with a frankness and candoi that were almost boyish. He spoke With a slight Inp. which many peopU took to be an affectation, whereas il WM a natural defect Md one which he could not help. Bare bad light hair and steel-gray etea. Md his face wm closely abaven. lin features were good, but their ex? pression was hard Md somewhat cyni? cal. There mn t c...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

SC11WATK A's PAPERS. ARCTIC TRIP OVER EUROPE. ,o l-a*. ? M??.-i? *?* I ?*?-??- Hew Ikr, 1i?im Tarli..* R****** (>i i.iHioa* of tl ? earth I I ? ?. w* learned in our :? reject witb ? ? ? i.s s: I ail of tbr-e t,.- ? Arctic, rrfnons. Ile ronnrtkm* af tomperaturt are tbe same among them. *??'.' .st preidaoa* ?ome others a i ?: ? .. and r.om tnd lbtewtit-g than their va uir'.h^ds ed navel. . a common ;: ? .hat the Aro* ? it: a! snow md ice a ti budy and Kimjde-uitudei t.ative* rivel on ? .-"?-.. drawn by dog* irmdrrr. and that oar sle^p. il of aB tb* rc*: se a *..nc'e rein ? taken from the ? ne dog :i from a team of a dozen, when le-ahty a ' l . us a ia? I l tis-" ni the dog. 6 rn min. wh tim** Imudsbbbi himself u> thee I s lia Ii ask my readers to a - me keross g the i to trktis ? :hr "p.ilk" of the L*p r. or snow 6, of the iiiC.intain Lapps, and a .' nt." ii tbe : J and mot.: Is ..ke our own BB ?' ? ? Hit srmrs ' aaa down I ?ti. Aloig tl. ne the .ti, af tbe A tb ? pour ??? Her*,...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 November 1885

s UHi.N.A MKTI' fl THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. ? a-riaOir P-*,k*r.' S*l??r ?.**el*ti*"~ t-nrscirt** I*?.t.i* - Mi..,-**'* Mslt-r* TS* Bets-b****--!*-*?**'* _??????*?? *** VBlTs, ?ru-el fe* rn* PI*P*tch.l v.. Not. 14. I Ibe lli>l?op'* gavel 1-fBOd promp lt at '.' M . 'cl.'.lv. Kev. William UllOtB conducted the opening relrprons **rt ice*. He read the {Scriptures, Psalm ll' . The hvntn. ".Jesus, the Name High Ot,r AIL" waa reed and sun;. After Ibe prayer, ? I Need Thee Kvery Hour" arts song. The minutes were read, corrected, and approved. On motion thc name e.f A. M. Hall wes n ferret! to thc Comm.tte on Con faence Relations for th* superannuated relati. n. oi rm: ten ins' kuli ki satan f. R. N. Sledd. J. C. Watson. I . M. Idwards, ll. 1. Lasvtitcr, W. T. M - Mullen, J. II. Dawson. C. V. Wmfree, and W. ,1. Kilby wen de ted the Boan! of Direclors for the Preachers' Relief Society. Rev. Mr. Heed, missionary to China, of tbe Kentucky Conference, wa* pta* aenteel ami inti'.'luce'1. Rev. .(e...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 November 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. *. lli.l ti V I'\l lllMI 111 * . t ?? 17rn?MONR VA.. Ti I'.sDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER it. 1885. THREE CBNTH PER POPt ?M1TTF1.D0RFER-S ATTRAC i roBTHia ? kkk Vt RAC** : a ! e. ml W KAI *s e. h arri. v*l ? ?sr *,ir|*l**e- n . v Mis h Se fl nisi kel*, and l?o' ? ? -. ? l \ - ? . RI fl 'v ? i : ? ? -? d tl ' I a i ? ? ? ' a - ? U R \ I' * i . tt KAI' of :mv kind, I c iBPKTfl ID dm. and DKri.iih.lse .. nd at pi ii-.-s .? -. can lu- pm ? HLAKI i TB "?? . BLANKETH " banfernpl sale v-. '1 ir lui. li I till "les. e od io- vi :!l p ease v on al 1 HALHIMEK BRO! Ul IU . I rm, mid Broad stree t*. 'A !l M. ea n. Fi Icc. 1 ploy. a net w 111 'mn -. fi i ud ll I 1 '. - ! :. 'id ? ve f.ttiH AUK STILL TRIUMPH vNi : i' ir. i i it ii fat o, ,, ? . ? ^ constantly ng ! i '? . I.?:?>' Hie mos! popillfll i nts. t 11. i..i.gn ..I ii tin- United Bl I ? tv ind '.' // grades with AV. -' and wu can fm nen Hiern , ie:, rred, i fi 'in .-iii tin- world tmni lb* late Kxi - .ns. tv ts have beei ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 November 1885

THE RHHMOND DISPATCH. BT TBE D1SPATOB OOBPABT. Ta* BA I Lt mSTATCB B SenrereS ta etth*crlb*n*i rirTBBB obwtb per week, par? able !?? the oarrutr weakly. Balledat NP** Bimiiwi; SS foi alf minih*; |1.BO BX three ?Months; Bev. Strone month. Tb*sr.M I-W KKK LY omi't-TATH at IB per Beness, (tr tl Sw eli month*. Tb* WRrKLT DISrATCB at ll per aa anni. Sob*eriptioi,a in ail ???*? parable in aS vanee. aud no paper commuted arter th* ?-? pira tim, of the time paid for- ?e-? I*1*! o4Tie* rooney-*rd*r, cb*ck, or reel****** ??t* ter. OamMMf sent hy m*ll will b* ?t th* rlakof theeeititar. siitassrlberswlBhingtheir BO*t-offlc* eliaogad mus* give U?*ir old bb w*ll a* their new pt-st-eiiTe*. Bat-tpleeopl** fr**. _ AliVRKTISIKU BATBS. BALVIItCHOBLBlie, 1 tire*.rm v ttlroae.? * ?? B tim**. * B0 eiimt*. ? T0 ll time*. ? 80 I month. ? ** t month*.? tt 00 Resell ng notice* In reaetlng-matter type. I Hue* or l**B. Bl; ia nonpareil lead*-, VB eeess Card of rate* for more space fnm'she- *? a pp 11 eel mn_ A...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 November 1885

THK 01.1) NORTH STATE. RALEIGH'S NEWSY BUDGET. Mamelll- A .-prosralsv* I'm, frrefle-*-. 44*4 NI* I ioid* nm TrsalMe-Internal Imprsve nifi.i t e'...rnsrma-Orrfsiii.il. iS|^t tai teienram lo the l)i?patcli.l Rai in-n Ni 0. November Ki.-? EC emit BBori old bonds have come the Slate Treasury for ex .?bange. v,i>trii!ay 182,000 in North Caiolina Kailraad construction bonds came in, .1 d BOB 6 pei centH were sent oat. Ihe foil v-ninth annual session of thc Soi th Carolina Coaferesce sf the Metho I piscoj al Church South will SOfl 1 ' Ile os th* .'ith instant? !? imp J. i . Keener. 0* louisiana, pre bt t. ral ? oatba ego ea illicit distiller I tn, in Wataoga county, hie way from a still with a load of "crooked" Honor, was cap BM olh.-ial. pal in jail. .ni t am seized. ' lum. tit,nt,in m number, being de siren- ..I ll m vi'srelease, broki the- joli, n (iii-'l bim. and -tole the wagon ano ntti bas now turned Government evidence ? il em. arm I thl party have l.e-en arrested and sent to thc...

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