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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 19 May 1880

THE DISPATCH. * BY T**. DISPATCH COMPANY. r>s*,-.SS AMA?I y 1*1 ADVAM t. ?fm DVII.V DISPATCH utellsarad to swisacrl s_r?ai firrSBB I *nts t-r w?*ek, pay-iiue u, th* _r!rtir weeVty. Mailes! at IO per ar-.nom: ?* f,,r *t months: IMS for Outs moaiot; 80c fer *tt^?iImiwbkklv DISPATCH et SB per sa ., rn or ll for ila months. The WEEK LY DlsPAT- H alfi i**-r aneast, ^_____._ ii.. --?_,, ?"_?'-? - -* ???'.'?,;. nNT TO DI ll a \ i BS a\1t il ; SSUI ITBS YO " r vTE CON8ER \ WIVE DI NVFNTP'V * st its co.N!xavATir? rxi-crrtvK ir?extTrvivK) (OMMITISf. > May If. 1880. ) *, r n Ive l .?nd si Room V's lt*?. KXfl*a**a> H-j ,.fr.>m 010 IIS ??"??*: I ? onWM.M'sDvV. i.pt, li-*'sn-. where .1. . r??-* an i arts''-),. . fsnni 'loit-'hedrosi-clrcle, t?nr ... :? . rv. attica hs* bevn seMrrta'f'-r ' '? - '"'??"- ' "?? . ,- ike b"**-*>f '.eatTe. Other to tia P.idl-,h?t st l* Biers'*??' ?" : t BR Ol rv- ,- .... TtBBAVI'N sIl.TIIB AFCbxJVST. ly'VI 0UTRAO1 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 19 May 1880

Richmond ffig# -WEDNESDAY.MAY IS, 1880. The 8t*to Convention. The representatives of the people of Vii giala will as*emh!e ta Convention to-day to ?elect delegates to Cincinnati, form an elec tonl ticket, choose a new State Central Coromlttie and a new Executive Commit? tee, and to do whatever cWe lt niay be thoiuto best to do for the welfare ol tbe ?Commonwealth and the good ot the couti try at large. Tbe Convention will he an honor to the State and to the Conservative party. We have every confidence In the wisdom of ila members, and that their de* llbentlons will redound to tbe honor of Virginia. We welcome tbe representative men of the Old Dominion to her capital. We take lt for granted lhat there will lie no strife, and no occsalon for strife, in the ConvenMon. Thc delegates to Cincinnati ooaht to be selected from among the most ealm, cool, clear-headed, able men In the Democratic party, aud should be left en? tirely free to act as their own Judgments shall dictate when they crt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 19 May 1880

WfWlBlDAY.MAY is, IMS, THE sm/TDX FIRE. Dlasatsr Vt 11 honI Preecileut In Penn ai lt ania. pgajf-RFSMIBBBaYflBBBf SMB8T-USI BS THK SBSFRBEBBASB IBS bOSSSR tidy RAYS si *TAIN IO- liff STIRKINi; St KN KS ANO IM'I SBNTS Or SAURIUV AND YKSTERPAV. [(?orreitxMnlenceof Ihe- Plilltdelplila Pres*.* Milton. Mav IR.? Thc tire of Friday was thc tercet arid mo*t destructive that his 0cr taken piss:4 In tin- I'lilted States Hi issportlsa to the aroa covered hv Hie fiann s ind ii'<* ?atertal it bad la ween upon, it .tarin! st H:*"> A. M.. and in twenty tiiln i:te> it wat Pei end control, thc wind having ctn iel ?["Hi" md lal nie iowa abbuta la a places. Ia three hours tba whole of tba bBslBSBS portion of Milloo w is ka min*. Nine tenths of the boroo! a " ' isSjaved, Blast faa Iwea ioltN capital wai wiped ant. The (,,j_-jn ? . | tl lUppoai tl 10 bc ? spnik t nun i loeaaititlve. A worimi ia la Murray, i- A t'o.*s car-shop In lbs aortbeadot i tt.c roof "ii fl r. rbi n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 19 May 1880

V k UntDRaWOAT.MAT 10, 1880. marchi btfr aru i iciritt. Mobbery Yesterfla*/ Aflernoon.?Y"?ter *|*V aflernoon tile residence of OOUBt lillian ?waiiam ll. Walker, OB Tent ii ami Stockton <*trret in this city, was entered by some pst* BBB or persons, and f600 in United States ?anrreaei was stolen. Mr. Walker and Ins family were away from home ot the time attending a funeral. The house was lot ked and lift in chart-e of the servants, who were In the basement washingclothing. The money was in a bureau-drawer trp etair*>, and the drawer-lock was opened with nyieve ol wire, which was afterwards Lund in Hie ki vhole. The d<ors on the lirst nnd eece?ud doora bad been locked, but a ere found opened when the family returned, goon as ibe rubbery was discovered the st r nti>l? were suspected of Laving committed Ibe iheft. Tbev were all arrested and takea lo ihe station bouse, where they were locked wp to await an examination. The names of the purtles c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 20 May 1880

THE DISPATCH. " BY THtf DISPATCH COMPANY. , A,(t_i\v.ii?urn IM advam-i, Tbe DAILY DISPATCH t* ?*c>l**etred to snbscr* aaraal roi rsv .rs.* \- r week, -savable Uv the ITrner weet.lv. Malled at IB per annum; BS for Jti months; |1.M" for taree laoatba; 60c for ?Tlie SEM1-WBKELY DISPATCH st 88 per an* Bom or ll for lia month*, Tbe WEEKLY DISPATCH alli r*er annan. _ ii - ? ? ? Tiirhmoiul dispatch. TillM80AY.MAY 20, 1880. BB-THE CIRCULATION OF T HE WI8PATCB t . LAL. IK TH NN Tl IfXI) ! IR! T LAT10N OF ALL THE OTHER MAIL*. NEWS* rvl'ERS Of THE CITY. [Entered at t!"- P"!t-ottie*e at LMchirmnd. Va., at ****ro*i."-r**?s matter.J WKATH&R REPORT. Ixntf vTt'-Ns for To-Day.?For Ihe Mld tl'e Ailsn-ic States. ?daltonary followed bj falllnc barometer, warmer southerly winds, clear or partlr cloudy weather, noel noaat I na I rain* near the coast. The weather IBSIBBBat whs clear and very iv."!!:). Thes?(o*otkr Ye<tkroat : 6 A. M.. 70; I v. m.. m. nann. SS; 11\ m.. SS;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 20 May 1880

. _&hmimd dispatch. ~i- "* TBUBSDAY.MAY SO, 1880. Tho CcttTontion and Ita Work. We present this morning a lull md in? teresting report of tbe proceedings ol the Democratic tMste Convention. We have ?ai arneb lime to pen any comment, hiving been engaged all day yesierdsy In the work ?f the CoBVoniioo. It was a rasgotflcent body. Its rery appearance and Us tone bad tl them lae presages of victory. Every? body wat ia high spirits. Everybody was tan el gre, and vim, and enerby, and contJ <ges)Ce- There were no des.sondcBt lag. ayards. We never saw a Convention that arave awe evidences tbat a triumph was ex? pected by all Ht members. Our Readjuster brethren were treated, as they deserved to bc treated, with every ?o.)Urtesy. They were loudly called upon for speeches, snd vociferously cheered ?whenever they msde a good hit, whether lt bad a touch of readjustment Ba lt or not. Tbe aood-wlll of thc Convention was abundantly evidenced by the fact tbat when Mr. James Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 20 May 1880

THTJB80AI.MAY 20, \m. rLRii.NOi TBi". -vr.r.r. Ice tn the Track ar Orenti Milpa. r_t*ii.*" from ri.oas ano asses nAxnsRS to viAioiitoN DN 1111* banks or XBWfB*. BB , Kvl*_-jvv() VBBSALS sws ANO muirs rvVuDP-INTKBlCSTINO OBsKRVATIOKM BV A I ATTAIN. |From the New T?rk Tribune*! For a month nearly all the ocean st en til? th ip* and BB9BS sf thc ssilipcve-sel* which have crossed thc ltsnks of Newfoundland have r. )>.Mte,l cpiNHinteripi; itmiK nsc Seld* cf pick-ice arni towering Icebergs, Several v..*els lime tuen (asllHfM h\ OOBtBOl willi t?-c icc, snd lam ateanwhipe from tbh port l ni nt Iv arrived in Et.r.ipe liavtnu'sus? tained Injury to their halt! trana thc toe. Tin- iee-fi.-'d* :oe reported a* varyingc.ro.,1 Iv in extent, and the id Uerga n* vary inf" in itaa WSBI SQ (ect iii height and Its) fed in htiBth tn four and five times rjiineatroas, As aa Iceberg on tbs .vs ont" ooe-elgnlh of its miss :. and tte wt ighf of ti cubit- foot I q | IO 51 P !??!"? IBOS Bight of tin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 20 May 1880

Xjtjwiosj gisgattli. TIlfTTHDAT.WAY SO, IBS* 44aii?an-r.r-To*rT" AtnB IB* OIB au! Raw ?nttanitatiis of Ravi "neales. Lira on Tau rao*<TiKR-Aars?icaEXTH or * RILITART FOUr-SWARTHY Ml X!CAN? WITH imbabb w+wm) imBaatrrrn RiLio-or a raaiiirrrosic sob?wospebitl n>B*_* oj* rTtTBirACTIl)** AND rKTmLLISIT10R-~OT* BUB'S POTrKBT?AX AlVBC MVTB?A Vf ON* OBBFlT.LT-aTBANOB SBBBEB* m f.?? i erlai Caereseoodance of tb* Chlcafo Tlo*e* J Fort Winuatb, N. M., May ft.-Fort Wlogale lathe most important and thebes. constrttctetl post In New Mexico. It ha- a charming aituatlon. ?verk>oking a wide vallev, hounded on all side* by Inch bmsbs covered with a stunted a towt h of pinyen, evelar. and cacti. Tbe Indian name i* ?? shush-tie-tow "? Bear Spring. There ls not a well In ike poa:; all the water-supply comma" from Hilt Le int'.fir. bubbling sprinr. lt is a nevi r-falltng fountain, and supplies a s*mall pond from ivliich Ice ls procured. *everal fountains, and inntime rahl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 21 May 1880

daiol dispatch; VOL. LYU._ BICHMQXI). VA.. FlitnAY ATOT?vrvf mit q. ,q.? urn ion THE DISPATCH. * BY TH ol DISPATCH COMPANY. t anti?invat:ia?i y in advam a. Tb? 1?*.1I.Y OlsrATi ll u delivaivd io anr.?orh Mr**i h?"Ttk\ c rx? \*r week, payable to tba ?nlrr wffkly. Malled at ?? per iimum; IS foi rix month*: $1.60 for three mooth*; 60c for ?">n>? SKMI-WKFKI.T OISFATCH at 82 per an ?iin, or fl for ?U month*. The WEEKLY DISPATl H atti per annum. ?PUK ORKHNAL PINAFORE, .ned and performed under the direction ol MK*?K*. till RI-RT A lt J.I.IVAN. wl'l I* rivoli at MO B ART ll A 1. I. KAY 24 tn. 25th, 2fliu ano 28th. for lb* benefit nd under the aui.pl vs of the MOZART AS*V>CIATIoN. Thc foiJowinf celehrat' d artist* have been ??*ror?.l Vi!imk <AROll\K KU lONt.-hKKNAKO . :,(i?-?? of a 1 '? HMNVNfi ?"; IVA mii.i -. m..????*? bra ???! ' .i mpataa' : \\'.? -ll \l Yr IMlic laaalaatlaa '* HeN>"; milli h'.KN \i:i>.tlH- In tm Ita Wi "Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 21 May 1880

?gkhmond Jispatot nuur.MAT ll, tm The Convention. Wc cannot let the Convention of Wednes? day pass by willmot a further aol ice. We did not ye*-tcidt> give so lull a report as we desired to give, and as we ouitbt to have arisen, of the s|-eecbci made by the yarlow distinguished gentlemen who warmed up tbe hearts ot the audience by their elo? quence lo tact Ihe Convention sat until about 2 o'clock A. M. ot ThUT-sday, and it was next to Imposslrde for ?us to do Justice cither to our naper or to tbe Convention Itself, so far as ?concerned (be ma:t. r ot furafchlng a com? plete and connected report of its proceed lng**. General Pits. Lick's etcgant effort we BhouidittieTconysoniaa prose; and John W. Daxisl's master niece as a popular ora? tion. Indeed, we might well occupy sev? eral columns a day 1st a wuk with reports ?f thc various excellent speeches made ll thc Convention; bu*, unfortunately our re p>rters hive no foll notes of Hiern. We alluded yesterday to Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 21 May 1880

VKIPAY.MAY 21, tm THX rRIBIlVEXCT. HiiH-Vrtnirr?i Vlriorluita In tho !>?>? 11 Mt ii ni- S'nntenl ni Nprlnatteld. TBROir. LAW?OIXIMNO TO BIND TmKIR CITO \??ns TO AMOK BT T0S1R Ph<Tsli>S ? WIN ?ava*8 l.nit.k ?<>"*. ?Jrurxon no. li.t... Hov ll.?Tho Irs! Mm IBs li rani Ilea did this morning wto. 0 take upon Haamitoi lao ragas, so pass , ,.,, tBi right of Dir took county (Mega tion io wat* io tho Convention, ami deel k 1 tiistihe resttlar as well as tho bogus dolo. ihoaM bo llOlaaH from tho floor lin- toni|>orarv ergentisHoo and bcbI IP H HU tallon. WBOBOS tin v eoaM *?? down ti|?on a oontoo! ll which tbej wiri dup.y lotcreatod,bal in which MbOJ WIISJ liol to ho permitted Iii psaTftelpote, At tho same lir.io they ,1 um prtkrtre lo oe crowded pafjr before OOOBj SO lbol IBO rotuli!- dcle .x-1.1 n>i limi roon eves ih rr. After p.iiiio thi WasBbarnc nun Iron) Cook county attempted togalo linn, bul wi ic ;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 21 May 1880

TRIDAY.MAT.1,1*0. URTU AN O'* IX THKRBALY. THE STORY OF COLONEL SVNOE'S CAPTIVI 1Y-1T? PERIL* ANDITS PAINt-A PLEAS? ANT PICTURE OP MODERN CIVILIZATION IN THE OLDEST PART OE EUROPE. rraP-Ball Oasette.] Colonel Synge has furnished to the Times un account of bia captivity amon* tbe bri? gands ol Tbes*a!y. Ile had boen absent from home for a month, and returned to bl* farm on Tuesday. February 17th. a portion fd hil bsirirsge, Including his rifle-cartridges, not having yet reached bim. On thr* 19th Thc bouse was surrounded bv brigands, and what followed hr thus di scribed bv Colonel c-ynge: -"On Thursday night, between 10 and ll o'eloek, silting In my arm-chair, I was stsrtled by sboii ratllln,' In st th-> win? dows and boars at tbe grsnsry-door below. My bouse is a solid brick building, thc g-f-aaaad floor forming tbe grxnarv, which bsd no Interior eommunicalion with thc rest ot thc house. Tho front is occupied br a large veranda. I had nothing reidy. liv guns bad been packe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 22 May 1880

mm. DAILY DlSiSTCJH: VOL, LVH._ RICHMOND. YA.. SATURDAY MOKXTXG, MAT 22, 1880. NoTi2L THE DISPATCH. BY THA' DISPATCH COMPANY. t x-n?INV Aft* HIV ll* AUVAWCa. Vat DAILY PI8 P.A Tl H i* dellven-d to aohacn* nerlai rirr?aa CSnrra pee week, payal.le Uv tht ,*rr1er weekly. Malled at 88 per ann nm: SS for ali month*; 61.80 for three nombi: 6oe. for *Tbt H'M I-WEEKLY DISPATCH at SS per an ?em.or81 fortis months. The WEEKLY DISPATCH al 81 t>er annum. M'HT Al MUK I s jj- ANOTHER LARGE ANO BLK ,.vnt supply Of PARASOL! Of i v i ry DKSCRlPTloN iv-ni I! io 610 SaH revel red at THAI UiMVi: HRoTlit BS', ?aivSS-S.MAW SOI Broad street. Ur* vvoriirii new and cheap 11NE OF WU** GOODS, NOVELTIES, BRO , i;u*s, Ml ks, SATINS, and BUNTINGS jurd lat THALHIMrR BROTHERV, n j 22-s.MAW_801 Bread ""J jr* LAWNS! LAWNS! LAWNS ! m i Nt W and ( HolCE LAWNS at al pnet- BaS res' .>> I. ltNTiNi.s: BORIUM : buntings: Having bought tbe eulire Hock ?f a large eon. cern, we r*u ranaa '.he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 22 May 1880

Jichmontl giaptfh SATURDAY.MAY **? 1M0> Tho City Elections. Rix deja hence will occur tbe elcfAloo* lor div ofllchls. Tbcauccts* ol tttv Con oervalive party tn nollie* a large vote at the primary election ot last wera baa no doubt operated to discourage the Read? justees to souse eateot, sod bas deterred some ol the mea opoo wheat they bad re? lied to lead I heir lotioro Rope from allow? ing their aatnea to be used aa candidate-. But we sro atti! e^ared by t fte organ ol the facUoa tbat they will, present B fall ticket lo toe voters en election day. We ?Jo not twow at present woo will be Bomlaated. We de oot fr;*r that thc hope of Ailing little city alices will Induce many ot otir g<?d r^copre to tale part with tbe Bett it] arter*. freveribelees, lt ts the doty ?f *W tine Ooaservatltes to bo on tberr fttard. tel tm oot become weary In well? doings Let as see that the white voters ?Sf their capitation tax, and qualify them? ed ve* lo ate'lo thc good work of pi e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 22 May 1880

$idunonil ^ispich* sa 11 UDAY.MAY ?, 1880. STAUNTON. f A* ron al ciuNoir-s?AiTinrxTH to j-tai-nton ravsiciANS?tue tocnh micnN christian AR5KX IATIOV UISTaiCT CONVKMTON. p orretp^ndei ce of the Richmond Dupatrti.l Mat SI. 1880. IL v. E. l>. Junkin, D. D., ihe late paitor' ft New Providence church, in Rocklirldge roiiniv, loft here Tuesdiv morning for hi* new rhtree in Houston, Trxay ills find ly nill mnain in Virginia until September. The New Providence c-wogn gal ion ex peet 1) -ef'.ire the?servtces of Kev. Dr. C. R. > lughan, chapltin of the Cniversiiy ot Ylr j[infc?, ss a supply during the v -cation tbtt* tnwtuer. Or. John W. Harris, of this elfr, met t\*-!i quite a severe accident on last Tue* ?t \ while makiBg a professional vIm? in Ike r tuniry, H,s borve rr.n off, and Hie buggy Ibreateaing io Bpartj Ibe Doctor Jumped out, aflaaslBB upon a heap ol Btoans. flan mung hu hg fust a,?ove tho ankle and gut? ting bis lace badly. His ii jurie-, are not, i. iweeer,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 22 May 1880

flichmonii Dispatch, t-ATURDAY.MAY 22, 1880. iii" ?? _==_ MASS Ht-?Yr*t AUB fMaWlTY. Koli of Honor ht the Pnblic Schools.? Toe following pupils store on tho roll of honor at tho public Bebeah this week: High Behool?E. sfftniBBaHs pritelpal? Maggie Calllren. Lula Duval. Leas Lttb. bow, Edna Mathews, Maes;-* N??J? H*-"0 Owens, Minnie Yatton, Orle Vaden. Sallie Whit wort b, Frank Dunford. Allie Farmer, Willie Mathews, A. B. McCullocb, Willie H. Wiofree. School No.t-Mr*. A. L.Walker teaeher N<mniic Morrissett*. Lula Wsiker. School No. .T-M?ss Hettie L. Irvine teaeber-Norrna MIHapauth. Carrie Archer, Lillie Overhy, Edith Hudgins, Junes Munn. John RoberUwm, Oeorge Hay, David DuBRer. School No. 4?Mlss Rachel Lvon teacher Garland Burnett, Fay Oural, Harold Dltal, Alexander Roberts, Fred. Sampson, Ida Has*. Ro*a l>ornln, Cora Dickerson, Cora Kahn. Nellie Leonard, Clara Turner, Marla Patram, Rosa Mcculloch. School No. 5?Miss Nannie Hatcher teacher-Hattie Blankenship. Sar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 24 May 1880

si7Jc^K^s>ev' i>AlLY~DlSPATCH. VOL. LVII. RICHMOND, VA.. MONDAY MORNING. MAt 24, 1880. NO. 122. THE DISPATCH. "BY THiC DISPATCH COMPANY. CAhB?INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCB. isa* DAILY DISPATCH i* delivers d lo sobacrl B-araat kiktbbn cents |.v week, payable to tbe Barrier weekly. Malled at 88 per annum: SS for ala months; |1.6o far three mouthe; OOo. foe mk mouth. _ Tbe SEMI-WEEKLY DISPATCH at 68 paran Bam, or ll for ala months. The WEEKLY DISPATCH al SI per annan. TTR1TRD At TloN. THE PROHIHTpNn OF MILITARY MARClllNG ACROSS THK NIAU ARA FOOT-BRIDGE, 1! v.R>lHATTHKCOMBlNKDtREADWol LD PRECIPITATE THE STRUCTURE INTO THE R1VEB. ..'ON AND BF.AlTION ARE EQUAL." I.UT UNITFD REACTION IS tiREATEB. | MF. PROOr OF TH!S, AND HOW IT IS CAUSED. Hie su?penslon foot-bridge which spaus st.jrsis HM* i?-low Hie tails hs* been placed an irt.ii-plaie noiice forbidding any military or other twty of individuals niarchiiiC scros* the structure. I be bridge ls j tronjr enough lo ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 24 May 1880

^Sklimoiid ?tsptr!t, MONDAY.MAY 24, USO Tho City Elections. The ReBOjuster or Republican lleke ?which waa published in our local column smi Satorday had oot beeo soeo by ot whei we wrote tbs article ol tbe seme day call tog opon all the nominees of the Conservt Vive party to stand by the ticket. The mon grel ticket ls ntsde op of s few Consent tires aod a ftw Republicans, saodwlche between a Bomber of chronic grumbleri who bare for ytars been trying to darna;* tbe Conservative party in some wsy. W Uko lt for greeted tbat the Conservattv oom ince* will all refuse to sllow their name to be used upon tire apposition ticket. Set ?ral aentleosen who are not nominees hav deemed it proper to decline running upo tbat ticket - sod tbe oblls-atioo resting upo tbe Cooseivateve nominee to stand by bl party is stronger than that restlog upo tbe private individual wbo has not bec put forward as a leader. Tbe movement is one in the hinds of tb Hi adjusters, or grumblers, or office-seek cr* We harJ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 24 May 1880

girhmondgisptch. MONDAY.MAY **, le-SO. DANVIl_LE. rnT. OBATS AT nCSUAM ? BUNinFAl. MAT rERS. IComipondenceor Ihe Richmond IBM a?ch.| Mat fi, 1880. Thc Danville Grays returner. U?t night from a vtilt to Durbam, N. \J,, to which eiiv tbey had gone, by Invit-.tlon, thal they ?night J-dn In the cele bra!,on of Ihe anni vcrsan of the Mecklenburg Declaration ol Independence. They var thal they were moil fraternally receivr-d by tbe Durham 1.1 ghi infantry, and entertained raott hos I ltil-ly hy the company and elttren*. Tbey speak with *l*-re.lal emphasis of the efforts of yr. Blackwell to prov ide for the enjoyment o' themselves and tho other visiting compa ntr?__nsmelv, the Orange (5 nani*, ot Hills? boro', arid ibe Winston L'ght Infantry. As to the dinner snd nipper provided for thc Unetta and the citizen-*, mv pened halts ut sn attempt BB write the description which a mem her of thc drays dictates. "Why, sir," ?sys he, "ibe table** were ftftft yards long*. snd wore loaded with c very ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Dispatch — 24 May 1880

? Itcnmorti jlisptth. NONDAT.HAT M, IMO. as . A ?HB*TI.Y tsCtRDIAN, [From lae AUantlc tor Mar.] A vsr? curious Instance of a llfc-lonff ghoatl* *;oaratan*hip caoie to my knowledge a few veers More leaving France. 1 had heard roany circumstances rebating to lt f ree lr discussed and commented on looa; before 1 knew tbe pBrties. At length tbe introduc? tion of a mutual friend brought roe into in? timate Bcqnatntaoce with two ol the mont deihzbttul people lt was ever roy lot to know. Madame Rt. L., the widow of a French gentleman ol rank and fortune, and ber sister, Miss R., were two elderly ladies, well known to a large circle of friends for their -piety, benevolence, nnd rare aceomplltbment*. They lived In a pretty chateau with beautiful grounds, the properly of the elder lad*. They were daughters ot ao English gentleman, whose extravagance bad dissipated a large fortune, but at whose death tbey each came into po.scnlon of a competence, which having l>eeo settled upon them...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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