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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 December 1885

?B?BBSS*a-BjBSBB*B RALEIGH'S NEWSY BUDGET. tta l*raalWSIsa Nar* aw-e< Bs* rats Usa Be aaretse Mw Cassias Oeavimttea-e'seeattea Metc*V iBreastar? Ktr*. IBpawal ar Mers ra to Uta Panama.) aUUBtort, Becember I.?Itt a narn? ia r of cann ties meeting* hare been held ead detegatea chosen to th* .State Prohibition Convention, which will be held at Greensboro' ea the 1 Uh instant. .Vease parsons affect tn laugh ai the movement, declerlng that prohibition la a dead issue. Qthers say there ia ?ore vitality in the matter than is gen? et ally known. Such men aa Dr. D. W. C. Benbow, of Greensboro", ere working earnestly and continually for prohibition. Itt 1881, in the famous prohibition campaign, Governor Jarvis favored that aide, lt ia not known how Governor Scales will view the matter. Be ia e very temperate man, and perhaps leans that way, bat he is not apt to take any part in the campaign. Many politicians will keep out of auch war? fare. Others, with inherent fondness for combat, will e...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 December 1885

W4W*BBfT "?pw?-^B^p-^e^^^? -??? i nap. -?-'wauan-'.w -t--- ^p~ - ?- - ^tv ** ~~~^ "-^r* ml ^^^^ t*^_BsBe*_^ssn THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOI.K M'MliEtt. 10,741. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER % 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. rr-?._>_-il?a__Ll TrlAlJiMErl BROTHEr\S display THIS WEEK the moat alt rant v* stock of WRAPS esor exhibited In K'.chniond. They Have anilng the |o*t week added largely to tbelr ?rrock.andii ts now an acknowledged Tact -hst titey display the lamest, moat utfrac* i.ve. and nine! atyliah stock to tie seen in the city, and at Ibe lowe*! prices. They have itatermincd to make thia de? part men t of their business the most attrac? tive lo the city, and feel assured of success. lATEST STYLES. BEST QUALITIES, and a Go*id FIT ar* what we asaure to every one In iie??d of these troods. In MISSES and CHILDRENS WBAPB ne show an Immense Btt?ck of everythlne, tts) Isfleetrable, and al price* lower Dian ?nv wbere else. . Dc ewe ta stive ms a call Oils week an Wraf*. ?s...

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

WO RkTHMOND DISPATCH. tr TM* OISPATCB COMP ANT. ia* Banar dbipatch ia aotirarea ta ?aauuetaareat atman oaorre par wean, par* tte* tn IB* snrmr weekly. Malled at H?or annum i ie ear au asontnai ei.eo ft* three aneeaabi sea. aaron* inonta. * tueUBM t-WBBBLT DI8f ATCBat BS nar ananas, or St flor six must-*. tba WBWB1.T Dlurnrca at il par an ejaaaarifnioM tn aQ eases parable ta aa ?uno*, and aa paper omi tinned after the es pttaaan ar too tim* pata aw. a*oa posv aenao ntoney-erd*r. eheck. or rc-UUerM let Bee. Oarraner sent ay m*U will be at th* rtaaof Uiesxruter. Hnbaeribers wishing their peas elim ri-ana** mm* t-v* th*lr ol? so waO BO tuen n*w p*-i-*ea*t. anmpi* eaple* rrue. ___ A-IWBBTiniBfi BATBB. naur mon oa lbs*. \ tune w^.^_??~..?.~?-.~.~...~~e to BUBBBS-.?.? - ?? a tlaaaa ,.?-~-~~.-.- * v eUBsSB---.-.?.-- * w IB Uro**.?.-..-.. e so l month-.-.-.- e BB S month*?.?.?._?_-n s.m BS 00 B*_dl-S notlos* tn notltitg-niaiter t>'pe, S Unas or lent, ll; ha non|*r*ti leaded. Ti sauna Card...

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

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. GENERAL NEWS AND GOSSIP. Marsbalsl iii' Oi-t-lii ott ?lBmfcis--?'s?ce? .f n.essi isa BearesraiBitisa-Tllc Debi MBI*IB- ?".*'. (By trlecraph to the DBpaleh.) V islington. December 2.??Tbe President baa appointed Albert A. Wilson, of Washington, to ba marshal for tbe District of Columbia. Mr. Wil-on is president ol tbe Fireman's list.lance Company, vice-president of the Metropolitan Railway Company, of \\ ashtngton, and director of tbe Na? umai Dank of tbe Republic. Tbe Pre? sident being convinced that the people of the Piston of Columbia are entitled to tte enure time and attention of this officer in the performance of tbe duties pertaining to tbe marabalahip, has de? termined to relieve the office of the un oft'Ctal and social functions that bare in late years attended it, and Mr. Wil Ita will uot be called upon to perform fitch Berrico. on the day following the inaugura? tion of President Cleveland, Clayton M Michael, marshal of tbe District of Columbia, prese...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 December 1885

MAE* CLRYVLAMD GONE. _-_*_*?**?*?-. Takna Sar %t?*iMr?r? i*a* n*nisBer? aaa ubi*. A Keyser (W. Ya.) tsleimta of Jean any anya: Immedietaiy following abe aanoaarsmisat of the d**th of Vice President Hendricks, Mr. Robert Gnr rvtt-of tbe Baltimore and Ohio rail? road, tendered tu President Cleveland a special train, with everr facility afford? ed by the Baltimore and Ohio systeni, te tab* tba Chief Executive aud bi* Cabinet to Indianapolis and return. IWdent Cleveland enriy decided that tf ha made the trip bo would avail him? self nf tba courteay. se signify iog hw intention to Mr. (.arrett's repressnta tive. Major J. fi. Paogborn. That gentleman immediately began lb* ar? rangement of all tb* doted* necessary tn insure tbe comfortable transit of the presidential party. In obedience to thc groat public con? cern fer tho aafeiy of thc President sn route, extraordinary precautions wera taken, and probably in tbe history of railroading there have never been more complete preparations than...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 December 1885

Bnuw4nw*sav*nss_i ii mw bibi map uA^miEkuW***, %% - *m - ;:ni,|B)jj whom: ntmiikr, 10,742. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ,, 1885. THREE OENTH PER COPY I b___u r>i,i)-<l_lnkis Naur Yorl J t liol IhtV ?;4Minn. OtSIPH M. BLAIR, GROCER, ?os Main sTaKKT -ranch Store, Second and Broad), i'tiers tor sale at moderate prices -TOLD JAVA COFFEE KIN It ST l.Ai.UAYRA and JAVACoF ? !? Ks. I INEsr GREEN ami SLACK TEA?>. CANN) D \ KGKTASLl CANN! ii KRl II MIN CK-MEATS. NEW Nils, / NKW CLUSTER RAIV1N8, CITRON. Cl KRANT8, -W I ET CIDER tnt .KING WINB cl lt JAMAICA RUM. ul.I" SCOTCH WHISKEY, Ol D RI K W RISKBYS, OLD FRENCH URANDY. A .,Ai'., Ac. ti.- a _ 'IMtisTMAS GOODS. Wc have a small aaaortnient of CHRISTMAS GOODS 1 aa the seaton wit), us is about over ?* wilt close them out to the trade REGARDLESS OF COST. Cs 1 l*foie lite choicest pieces have been )slten. PURCELL. LADD * C '. ?_ ll oil DAY GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. our assort men) i? very lerae and varied. si:d ?ell worth ex...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 December 1885

THB r MOND DISPATCH.1 if fir >r$PATOB COMP ANT. f%o P.v iMSTATOM M a*Htor*4 ?a ?abaflelbs. > iiTeawoawTaperweeB.poy' ab'etoii rterweoSlr. M*il*<1 at S* P** annrnn. t si? months; si.BOtUrthro* aioalhe;at, roroneuiMtta. Tbe wk i ic K LT DISPATCH at SS pw annual, oi ?i tat six -joules. Tba Ww' i lt DUsPATCB at tl par aa Bum. Bnbsrri, .n all ene** nafabi* ir. aU *noe*,ai)rv ?p..rconlinnc,t afiei meex ptrwucoi c . iira* poid for. Son* poat 04_o* moif i --Ocr. cheek, or loaMt-sreS )*t l*r. Ont, wet by mall will oe at th* rraBofthr. !er Subscriber*wl*lilngth*lJ pa*t~ofnr, -' mi's most glva their old a* WBiiaeii.r - rsot-o-lo*. Hom pi* oorse* Ai'VKBTISlNGBATBB. ?!.ri-onon_B-B. 1 tins*.-.??-? ?? SMweo.? ?? SUnissv..-. STO IB tim** .-? ? >0 V.KXWJ1-...- S SS S mouibr. .?. SS 00 Beo-lng noi'ce* tn reading-matter typo, S linea or Issb SI; tn nonpareil tended, TB eonaa. Cara ol mt** for mort spoon fUrnlabsd *n aanlieaUoi _ All letter* and ten-grama must b* Bddrsss e8 to TM I DISPATCH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 December 1885

TRI OKTH KT ATE. THE U ffOaafaatattsBtnaamNBoV ata'MSS at paaajrta- Baseman to Uss Itavaatab. lilli?v> arawan ten. tn. aaaMi last at mal {katee ant Ktssm i esta' rarwt err bott; os. ? aa**' taeti.?? el last l.-ttar Uar basti uitarr raceme smser tfihani a Ute ceases ittoe on tia uv east ti* - R stairs i an tarer e caae: ,,?** mseh hr W. g. !*rtei nae li. A i-akt.'K. A Aaa*, aad W n i, rn Rasn-i aaoatsilareiiaa uor to esrts'tlisli ar. expenmeau is rr. ar tar Pis ?. ijjaosauri hr Kttta-Chemis ?* '^usatitaw was appomu* xassm ta* laaeV aad to eecan m mainmbi IbosIwj near Holaifh * ?c an oner u**w*u sdtooi. Taeofier-waso I taasai ceetaatad witto tat :..>*? casa. Ta* Beam asea: a -rot, itara loos*' t?> tr anent o' Oat ecboe! be-nrjr ea ? t-.rt. Tn. remainder of tn* ! laatnl wa- de veted fer. tat ??,n- ? irs en-, mean-lo . -tit -I arne i ?> tenn lostiss-ed ?? a . Baa aa <>' to . ?? . - - .a* ian a . ??? i - ns - berri cantu fad. etas had oSertx a r*>wsr.; mpt r I Jon: L...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 December 1885

TBE APACHES IN ARIZONA. tBt M'Bimi A'tts.- i* iNirt **d ataaaBti r*i*oo?oo. Artsono; Rlnr.1 Tho scourge or Amana ha* been an< is the mardi rons Apache. These Merni hsve pt nodical ly broken out and de vaotated th* country and butchered it peaceful inhabitants?-men, women, am children. Nowhere ia tbe prospector minor, or settler safe from their wanto) ned fiendish assaults, Why it this Why-should not tb* inhabitants of Ari iona be aa secure in their persons am property against Indiana as the citizen -of Massachusetts*? We are citizen* of the same rcpnblic ; then why ahouli our howes and eur wires and our chil dren be at tbe mercy of the pitile**' Apache without protection, without re dre**. Tba Governinant has corrallex ihe Apsche on lb* Ssa Carle*. Rosen* lion. It feeds, protects, and permit: tho A |s. hr to be armed with the mos Approved weapon of death sad tlestruc lion, and tbe A pitches use the inst ru mentt. or death to slay and murder oui people. Tho very ground of this Ten...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 December 1885

RICHMOND WHOLE NUMBER, 10.743. KirilMONlTvA.. SATl'RDAJl^MOIiNINO, DECEMBER 5, ISM. ' . , _IM11"' <'KNTS ?M S A HSOH'TELY PTRE. R-OYAL BAKING ino rl-lyi nsiinn 44tM?i*H. ti MPH M. IL AIR. OROCI R. I Main strbet I rs nell Store, S?rond and Itroad), ofter* 'or sale at moderate prleea KIN^T OLD J AT A CoKEEE, l.M-ST LA) WAY RA and JAVA C"K HMM ll' I n and BLACK TEAS, i ANN LD \ I >.r rs BUGS, CANNED URI Hs, ? *- r -MEATH. (HEM MT*. .Sk-W CLUSTER RMSIN8. i ll KI'S. CURRANTS, *-** I- r*T CJDEK ) OOK1NG WINE ul D JAMAICA KIM. OLD KOO Tl il WHISKEY, Ol D IC) E V. RIHKE1 M, OLD MOM ll URANDY, Ac, AC., atc, '. i _ J'llR.STMAS GOODS. We ravi- a small atsmrtinent nf CHRISTMAS HOODS i,l ax tin- wesson willi tut ls about mn SS Diem out to tbe tratle REGARDLESS OF 0 1ST. Call If fore the rbolceSt pleeea have beet is sen. Pl KCr-.I.L. LADD A CO. ile I Jl 0L1DAY GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Oaraseortmenl ia rarj targa and \ ari.-.i tad vt..; ?orita examination. Tbe prices an low. ?-w!|] Havep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 December 1885

THX KirHMOKD DISPATCH. ET rff> otSPATCB COMP ANT, t%s BAH.i dihJ'ATVh ta delivered Wt terssnliisrsai rssnrajicRwrsoorvrscS-faT* eJ>te <?ihprarrirr weakly. Mailed alts per annuwi; SS for a!x months; S1.S0for taraa saafitbs: sos awone latsith. TtieHKM: \OkKLY lUHPATCHSt U pe* ananni. or 11 for sj i reoatasv The WUKKUY DlxfATCH at ll par an asea. starsawiriuuiaa ib si! sasss payable la asl vaae*.. and ne naper eontlnued after the az (oration of the Hiss pale for. Bend anst Offlee m?a?ey-Bnlr,r cher-*, or resister** lat? ter. Qarraauj ae.it ey mall will ba at the risk of tbe sender. ?o?*ac-!bprsw?vh!ns their peet-ofnot ebsjigi d mast alva their oat se well as their nsw posVeJBca. Baapls oopiee rree._ AVPVKHTIRINtJ rtAT?a naur i-son os uta*, I Baie.?.-?? ?? a tim**-....?.-.- * ?? S llrue*..... *-*0 Si!mea-.-. ? ??> IS time*.-.-. ? SO 1 atoota. ? ?? ? month*.~.? t6 CO rieadiTBi notices In reading-matter type, ? Uaas or lass ll; lev ueaparail leaded, TS earata. Card of ratas fo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 December 1885

?I I "?? r- ? " "?." THE NATIONAL CAFiTAL TEE COMING COlfMME M.mlM'i* tn Maa fae Aeprs-ntsiiBit ?om saltire Qa. Sllen Civil Uer Iles Hr far ni seri Mee. B-M.ii Itantrr. Ont RMraHu lent,) Wafiiimitin. 1?. 0,, -kkk Dh. Many ri.embers of OannjrSBS have ar \Mtliii: tan Ital twenty nj, and it is believed thats ? tnt .1 il.e n.n.titers will be here lu to-morrow right. 1 ct it is doubt ,a nhethtr thc caucus, if wull attended, will amount to moro than mere conference* : that i.s. that slide from the nomination* for oilices, ,,i action I.miling upon those who at? ti nd nil! be taker, in respect to a change i anna any enajeot nf aajiela ton or {.any policy. Herc and there a i.i. nil'tr t. lound who deefafai to have il.t parti Maj t.tit a general line of irection of legislation, ai tl lo determine whither the Appro ii tCit.milter shall he shorn of its power. Bat those who f?vor this are .. as a rule, thc men wino hive Bauch lance upon party eonaaeU, an l tho prevalent opinion appears to Le tha...

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

VAXHlKfl IN AN INSTANT. A TUG AND FIVE MSN LOST. I Me turn MU Bet Ike Bree*so* 'ttks*8 V, li I Bswi Hsbm* BBS tore. ?? fer Maa* ttl*, >? Af?? <?? The New York fiste* gives the fal? lon ing detail* of the explosion of the tog boat Dorie Emory Thursday ere r.ni; : lae tug Dorie Emory, of Hoboken, began at dusk yesterday to make up a tow to go to Rondout, hy hauling out from (andee A Smith's dock, at the loot ol east Sixty-third street, aa empty liri. K scow. Haifa dor.cn men were ku the scow, and bk boos as the tug broiled dura stream, against the tide, ihiy fat down in the hold to eat their supt ir. The tug was to pick u. another Brow at Pifiv-third strict, and kept wi'hiii 400 feet of tbe New York "hore. She ha<l reached Fifty- ninth street at about ot-o Y. kt., and wa* off thc bl11ll known as Riverview Terrace when she hJew up with a report thu aamnui al the Charity Hospital, on Ulick well's n-laml. -ay was mix h louder than thc Int-t Hcll-t-ate explosion. Kew saw the acci...

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 December 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.744. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY. ?.- ? --.?_ K_r WE DESIRE THE LADIES' siientlon THIS WEEK, a* we ahow EX? TRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONS In WRAPS ul ALL KINDS. Handsome Plush. Silk, Brocaded Velvet. Hrcceded Silk, and Cloth VIUlTEs. ?Maasai np m ihe latest style, and at sun, lew pricos aa to aatonIsl) you n ith pleasure. We have received during the patt week arioiher large addition to our already ENORMOUS STOCK OF WRAI*8, and we confidently assert that wa now show the most complete and the t>**t.assorted Mock of LADIES'. MIHSKS' and CHILDRENS M KAI'S to be found In the city. We claim to have JUST THE STYLES AM' U.UAI.ITIKSTO BOIT THE LADIES. and we know that our prices ?re lower than sny other house in the city. Da not fail to sae our Block this week, aa ,111 will surely mis* your opportunltv to 1 nv a tor-gain. DBaM GO'-DS tn the latest novelties st pa cs rooch below value. t A RIETS. BUttS. DBUGGETS, s...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 December 1885

MILDRED RUSSELL'S LETTER. BOMB CHURCH ABCBITBCTVEE Prssa SeaHaaS la Mavrs-Baasa aat IttwBa Bbiaral eat rhaeeaes-aaaas Masa4B<?ai r aeaaehal corTtaTondenca ofine uasatea.1 Ta Ria, Ne vf m ber, 1885. Pack inf np our traps after titree ?sooths of settled lila made oe feel like soldier* once nore on the march after having terned latv with being so long ka barracks. But when the trouble of pecking wee over our spirit* rose im? mediate! v with the rapidity, indeed, of tee disembodied ones that are always reedy to rise in this land of visions. We left Forfarahire on the afternoon of ?tbe Otb of October, and soon Perth come into view. This time the bustling station wea estir with parties of people of all kinds returning sooth or who had come to the station io see whet was going on. Mem? bers of the Queens family on their way (rom balmoral, her favorite home, were taking the express for landon in the guise of ordinary citizens. High? land soldiers from the Perth garrison ie their pictures...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 December 1885

SAGES OF ICELAND. EDUCATION YERE OENEEAL. \ui I -ii*'suss is ihlt? ?Bitter Hat Pr*vt* m r??bbw ?? Far-A Ureetv Levier n-aa* a la IT I ? i .'. Albert Hanson writes from Reykja? vik to tb* Pittsburgh Dispatch: Tba climate of Ireland is believed by many tn be undergoing s change for tbs -rome. Articles occasionally appear in our American papers in reference to the number of icelandic immigrants that ar? rive from time to time ; the indications we now and then have of a general movement of thia kind about to be in? augurated, and the desire of many of :he.*e people to move to a more conge? nial clime. Ak a reason for this it is Mated that the weather of each decade in this country is a little more severe thsn the ls*!, and that before long the island will be among the uninhabitable icc-hound lands of the northern oceans. When we look at the changes that ha<e taken place in its neighbor, (irecn land. since tbe tenth century, when our hr tory of that country began, and esBBpaiU thc con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 December 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ST TER DISPATCH COMPANY. -ruo BAILI DHH?ATtM M -otrrorea to au-wrrl-or**tin-rr*anc-*wTaa?rw*ek.p*r Bbl* IO the can-tar weekly. Matted atMP* annem: IS Stn ala mont ht: il.SO tor tkroe months; BO,. Sra* on* month. TB* BRM I ? W KKK LY DISPATCH at SI poe anani-, or ll for six munt ns. TBB WBKKLT DIBPATCM Hilt*---' nam. Bn-Bert-pttoM In au ena** anyable in *4 v_ar*.and na pop** continued after ihe e? pHotlcn ol th* Uni* P*ld tor. Hen* poa* eeneo i-roney-arder. chaek, or log-rteree let? ter, Correney **nt by mall will b* at th* rtBk of tb*sender. Sul---1bor*wl?hlngth*ir BBUR-o-flce ohanged moot gi vb their old as woUMthMr-owpcM-o-tto- Samp!* oopi** ADVERTISING BAT! ?aiuf men on i_bsb. Ulm*-, 8 Hmso,-.-.-.- " ? 8 un.**-.-. ? JJ etia-aa-.-.- ? ** is uro**-.-. ? ao I mooth-.~. ? ?? ? month*.- tt 00 Read tog DoUees In r*odlng-mattor ty p*. S Haas or isa*, ll; lo nonpareil leaded. TS eentt. Card of rate* for moro spae* Burnl*h*d an application. _ All letter* and telegra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 December 1885

WILRf_S ROTH'S WIDOW. A SENSATION EXPLODED. TBs. *4*c- ,*., .^ m AU^ ^ s ?eas. 4..,r.*lrl^ .? ,M a-BBBBt ?s_if__________r__J wr: An -?? ?? n.d in l___ "T 1*? ,n ^ibama 2^,k0,tlttl ^bn Wilke. Jtooth, the awaasin of President Lin? coln. Will .till alive, his not gen -rally known that .tooth at t!** ?"o?Z death left . widow .nd two children, jet such appears to W the fact. A man ia this city who pr-ofewea to be well acquainted with the widow of B,.0th recently addressed her a letter enclosing thc paragraph, and suggesting thatany tbingt-he might write in relation to it would prove interesting to the public. He recored a roptj from the widow. iu which she males the follow-up state? ment : " An item has just i oroe to my no? tice of tomi man. unknown, la Bir n.mgbam. Ala., who has a desire to resurrect Jehu Wilkes Booth. Who ?vi r this man may be, let me warn the public that h)8 only motive must be to make money : for as sure as thc sun Rhine* in tbe heavens so sure is Jobi Wilke* Hooth ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 December 1885

THE ODD END ROOM. (Tinaley.! I. CNCl.K SABTOKIS. I was Um eldest of eight, and was a pert, boisterous, inquisitive girl of six? teen whee 1 went to stay with my mid die-aged maiden aunt, Miss Annie Sar? toris, at the small vUlage of Mains borough in one of the Midland shires. One week afier I wu installed in mr eunt's pretty hut aggravatingly tidy little house, she came to tie one morn? ing ia e perfect flutter ol joy snd ex* pec ta ti on. ??Dorie,'' ahe exclaimed, "I have such good n.*ws?your uncle Sartoris will be here to-night; he is going to spend a month with me; and think, child, I have not seen him for twenty two yeera." Mr aunt sat down and burst into tears, which I thought exceedingly fool? ish of her. a You don't mean. Aunt Nan. that it is Uncle bartons, Colonel Sartoris, who is coming!?your eldest brother, my ancle whom 1 have never seen, who has been ia India for tho last cen tun, who is covered all over with tears, medals, ead decorations?who, they say, bears a charmed ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 December 1885

\ tfllDYING THE HEAVENS. TER DECEMBER PLANETS. Vin tBr -SB-BBB! B*tr#ala-*_*i*rB. \v*nt. an* ittUt"- Th. Mesa. l'vov itlent** Journal.] ? a Ti'RN >? -norning atar until tbe ,* th. vrhen, pasting to tbe aun's east fia side, be becomes evening star. On ,|^ _'Ur>, at 6 o'clock in the morning, lt is in opposition with the sun, bis Jyet in the heavens being ?* opposite " {,? sun, as the word implies. He then ._.?? m the east aa the sun sinks in the _,?t, and adorns the sky from sunset H sunrise. Ile presents a grand di*. ,?v throughout the month, and thirty ,,,:* must complete their slow cii f.!t before he will again he visible in |., ri m nt aspect. The hnur hts at ler-ctb come that observers have so long ,;rvi!ftl. The beautiful planet is in op ^.itton, is only two months past peri? helion, his magnificent rings are open w their widest extent, and he has jsjtihed his highest northern declina ?or. He is charming to behold with ,i, naked eye, as he makes his way arith retrograde st...

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