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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. wimi/R NUMRER. 10.460. ^i^^TvA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 9, 188.5._THREE PENTS PER (JOPY. - I ??. W. ^Mntmimmtt .Milv tn (i?vl A USO IA TF.l.Y Pt* RE. ROYAL AKII 4 AK KUi nAi/iitir% gao ?HI oa?T wood ci -? D P * kw q w w w w d bn bj_^ 6 WW WW D D ? R Th ow w dod nts H. no?l-:> am ni ni \ :?. K|rll.M?'VI?TtlK;\ TKK. MON DAT ami ll KsM'AY Jrafcuarjr liithand 1.1th Ttt-Bl B|u?'j?r?i?/-?> tn two years of THK KMINKSr ntMKIHANM IIAK-itV AM' KAY. ni iin-ir irw*t anni-aa <i?j Winiam carleton r/wi.i ill three arts, cntitlei! IttrHH ARlKTOt'RAOY, |0>jn?n>ri rt tn lie Um fUBksjl comedy eve written Hunimrtcil liv a (ninimiiv"of '.I M IM I.Ni I.I.I.IAi I JImhtvihI Neala fl ; gSSMial admission ?J.**'.; dress clr<-liv 80c, : gallerlea. 85tt, Hm ?Um*-! ope im> Mattirdav morning itt hue-lock _jj* 8-8t?]_ A IMUJUI HA I BR'S ITUsT UKCITAI.. HJmoiCI JIM.I 1am \kv inn. toM I'. M MISTotutM. PROUHAMMK. X. <?^ S^irmtn .srarlatt (t?i Bourree Had fe t'ourante . ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 January 1885

2_ _ THE RiniMOM) DWPATC MY THK PftSfUlVff cutt PAS Ta* haily ifiHiATi-H a a^avsiwi Mia>t'tirni|l ll?T?r> i kST?|b?t a/?*a, pi shir io ??.r aoarterweeMj *?>??* si ts SM*<l,aa; |t ft* ala trHtvlUa; ll.*e for th ?SSsatlM; ftOr A?n?? monti!. TheHI Ml ? I I KI.Y HtarATilfatta lannsi or fl tm ala mouin* fm WRXKL! I'lrvPATt'll atti reri anni. ?Bj,u?rriisu?iii in all <*mb*s isiiKh tn raisor- am! *o ,?|?r canllritnil aftrr I lie fd ratio*) of the lim* nsM for. Mend i ?Mr* Sj?oa??y 4trrtrr. rhr*k. or rrSTBtrrwt I ter. C?m?iie) arm hr mall will M at I rte*Of tB.aa.fnWT Mn harri Orsa rn ialiln* lh pastwifttr* rtutiiarsl mnS ?l*-r- thrtr olil Well sa I brit uaw |ao*-oine*>. vainplr co| Ire*. _ AliVKKI'lMlNii KM : - hals rm ii "K i-asM. 1 llinr I Viii ?? I S titer*. I Otlutr* . ' ll Ulura I I Winwill 0 ? Resiting hollcra Sn rra.llus-insllrr U ?>? Ultra or Iras. Il ; In nonpareil IsoMi, mmuM Cant nf ra lt* for more ?j?r* iurniahr.1 apolteaimn. Alt lr Hr ni arwl Irlrcrams in (...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL, TACTS, XEWS, AXD GOSS! lac aaavvaa* (hd U" af ibe Jadar ? a bi b?i iMOMMMi - Sa lida ll aa! I aaetb. { From our K??itlar ('orrcepondent. J KVasiiuvotox, January H.?I w St thc opening of the Supreme Cou to-day. Promptly at 12 M. thc tran a rap of Um gavel, ami every bo, in the court-room arose as thc j udp entered. They were clad in hishor gowns, and on reaching the hench fae ?and bowed to the har and vt>itoi Justice Miller occupied the seat of t Chief Justice. Among the lawyc present was (icneral Hunton, hut t most conspicuous was Hen. Huller. I wore his traditional hutton-hole bo <jliet composed of white ind rod r.>s( These (lld iud represent Yolk and I,fi caster. Iud Ilntl.r and Mlaine. It w bani lo say which of these president! candidates came out of the I >nte ?rhitr.it. I look tlie (rotilde to inte view an officer of the court in regard the ayes of the indies anil the dates their appointment. I found that ('Im Justin- Waite was born in 1 xii ar...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 9 January 1885

AN EMBEZZLER A BRESTK A Ti awe aatireaO Cask** ak earn ia a maller. A Boston special aayg : Alfred ?Beor, for eleven years receiving casi tn the treasurer's ofhce af the Bast railroad, waa arrested this morning tho embeaglcnjent of #12,200 (ram corporation. Tho cmber.tlereent ' discovered when the final settleincii the company's affairs va* taker charge hy thc Boston and Mame i road. Oliver was sent last Friday v the sum of 422.200 to the .Sham Bunk, with instructions tn deposit i that institution to the cretiit the Boston and Maine railrc The amount was thc balance feuml mamine on hand at thc limo the transfer of thc Kastern ta thc H ton and Maine, a/cording te the le recently negotiated. Oliver was a to draw up a deposit-dip for the sen 422,200 some time before aterkag the hank. When he retuned ac not offer to deliver over the bank-be and on Saturday morning he nas asl for it He said he believed he bad ( gotten it. and that it was probably the hag he carried to and left ia bank. T...

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 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.461*_._ .UCHMONP* VA** SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10, 1885. THllEir^im PER COPY. B801.1'TKl.Y PURE. Pl -I Voo ly Al BAKINC psi w w si'iip m w w vt w i) nu wwwwp ow* _ trw trw D Di a. oo w w uno bbb a *_, knn [noai-iyj >\ IIKAT UAKIN'I'-POWIIKR. lt lil AND M'HoI.r ll ronlulu* no Injurious Ingr-illt-inls. Il len*ck no deleterious sulistanree In the brest!. ss sll pun-nra |?- ("reain-ot-Tartai and Aluin I'owilers tlo. Il restores to the tlmir the hlghtv-lmport an! cotmlltiionts ifjet-tttl lu the hranofthe wheal. It makes a helter snd lighter biscuit than any other 1-ak lng-powder. MAKTIN KAEHKLKIHCIES HUNS. S3 Kullon street, Nt*? York. Establish*-*! In 1889. for sale hy -ll leading grocers. di- 11-eod.im 111 nu. v i \ i it \. i or *ii 1.1 LIEBIG lOMrANV'S EXTRACT Of MEAT-ELNKHT AMI I'HKAI'KsT MEAT ELAVl)HIN4? HTOCK Killi IMilT'M.MAIlK-IiJHHKX.ANIl.SAl'CES. Annual sales. 8.0000.000 Jars. I.IEHIti COMPANY H EX TUA ET OF MEAT. An Invaluable tonie....

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 January 1885

******* aUTt,Y WKI-ATVH ia nobrnrm |hJB*n>**a*i>iit ntrnautuun jw* w***k, i a**ntoi-*tl4-*4MTtB*rniwldr. Malled at** Upmmat. tn*-* sf. aoc-atln*, ll. to foe u jaj***ettt?;?0p,fawi>n*nt<ioi_i. tn*W*M^WKBUCLYOIHl*ATt'IIBt? nunnai. or tu *-s**i? month*. tia* WKKK LY VIBPATC'H at tl per ajBtanillillMm In *N eaat* nayabta tn . ?dana*, ana na leper ranllnned after ths fUBW-an of Usa Um* paid for. Band t abm* Utitnmy-arAmt. cheek, or reglsiered in*. C^nmrtt-ty sent br mall aili be at *"*Bksi*t*?*a*_*>r. Hulsii-titMrs wishing I peal ustlce e*"-**t**<i1 must give their ot 4,.-*ra*l**thelrncwpt*st-^)fnee. maniple oo One. _ advkktihi.no KATKH. lt A ty I Hill OB I.IOSV 1 tlB?e.JS UMBMB-,_.-. 1 a ttme-as. . ) ItliriM.. ,..?. laUiata. I 1 bmmUi. I aUMmUa*..9 Heading -wile*-* In wading-mai ter ty p Unas or lesa, tl; lu non-sirell leaded. cant*. OAtd mt rata* for niors spaee furn .she. BppHostbxi._ All letters aad leiegranis mast t>e ttddr *d LiTHK IHHPATt ll (XlMl'ANY. liejee-...

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 January 1885

I THE NATIONAL CAPITAL NEWS, FACTS, AND GOSSII Vartsars Kio** ef 4*-s_?**>atsl_T*i VUelal -Hs4ter*?srthsr aad ta* Maw Yark Baw isesMa INiasaal. JF'foni Our Recular i>i**T*apond?nt.1 Washinoton, January V.?Whe Ure Puritan fathers resolved that th land occupied hy the Indiana belonge to Oi* saints, ami that they were til -saints, they hut foreshadowed th sC-ourae of many of their descendant and others in regard to the office.fi i the Federal 'lovernment. 1'ntil th ?iii,ti*n of Cleveland was placed ht yond a doubt Republican office-holder here, not only representing U?ir ow ,** tates, but Virginia and other souther States, regarded themselves general! A* entitled to these places for lift From their standpoint the Uniter r-Uates proper was hounded on thc nortl by thc St. lawrence and thc soutl by the Potomac. All aontl of thc Potomac was a political Soudan and cn!itlcil in their judgment neithe to thc right of self-government nor tt thf privilege of holding any place a Washington....

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 10 January 1885

'?uV QUEEN OF BEAUT ?RMa_fe*|BnVvwOB> arWt_*8j-f|l ?afJpB *\w*jWM WTafEPu^EMku^JPfAb aKwt*__\W Wt frfl VPpvpM* "MBWTMtywvv#ii<^ of itt*) it-ts^t/1 V*CTr-**?, btsceinb-T 8, ISM. Tko raliway aiaUon la at one end Put Onad canal, eo we stepped intel tOn<uk*?*pt to meei us, and had 1 sU-Aeftattoa of going the whole length atp notM at the other end. And thia tao Yettie* of eur dream*. A clow ai Ill-lull of high building*, dreadful Oat of repair, r-otchy-looking. dil* dated, and almost aa if Just from t -undi of un invading army I We pi ?Mader tah* Rialto, which is as dingy eau he. We gap* at Desdemona** hon.* nnd cannot make up our minds that V narlo, our gondolier, polite, affable, fl oat, ta telling ut tbe truth. We feel ?oat he toking ua up a back atreet ai OMinming as poor gullible, all-recipie toretgnera. The Queen of thc Adria) la nothing but a worn-out old hag a fi nil 1 Such thoughts crowd our min. na the gondola glides along with di-eamy nert of movement, and Vittor pstr...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 11 January 1885

THE -rs WHOLE NUMBER, 10.4(52. RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY ll, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPT. ?bb tr* tr sr ruin na DOUt POROICT MEYER B GREAT CI.KA RAN CK AND MARK* DOWN HA CK. THK 1' I RUT -WKKK or Vi ll 14"ll, JUST PAST. DREW IMMENSE THRONGS. ATTRACTED BY TOE SPECIAL AND ENORMOUS BEDCCTION.S WHICH HAVE REEN MADE IN EVERY I'KISRTMKNT. DONT KORO KT THAT THK CHI CES WKRK. REDUCED WITHOUT REOARD TOaQTJsfl OR V.M.CKs AND ARK 1*4?HITIVK1,Y THK 0 FOR that during th*, temi Cl, DOWN RA LP. which JC h*Ts Insugni-aied for Hie ba*i4M*rabtp svery arline tlielr sto**?sli(tasl*-?t"o i-sdii RY-IiOW PRICKS, and jndge Irom this advertise <?* inx*d? in- their advertl have heen redwoed to th si thor-1 any regard lo th eeoond week of our groat proved so highly sur.t-ss SPPlTALHKDUlTiONH Ml l.K ind HRKSS OOO KINK oooi-s and the inslnlng sl'-ek of I.A HI WKAR at less than the them. I hui't forget all the same mliK-rid prices of last week, ano great many still further reduced; Don't forget Hi...

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

Maali, i IC*; iAbpatch gowan* '; .^nt-iowi. i..^ btw tst-MVCn la 4taNvaM*-d i at rit-***-aaw cn****** pt* w*-s*h.*-s ***^i-an'--+'**-?*'-*, Ma******* pi t U te* Ki MOBiht; tUMfes-thr* ; ao*. mt tum month. WXKKLY 11WPATOH** W pt ?ttl taralx nKMiths. WKLY niKPAK-W at ft par aa "*?l**r-rtp?loi*a In all <**ar* payaM* In ail W)*n, gad no paper eanttnue**. alter the si *S*..'*fla*m*m4t but Move paid toe. ****** yam ***?*? moatr-tcdmt, eli-*** or rt-srlst-ired Iel ta*. <%i-rs-afty aeat tm tamil will be a* th npxtitmtmtttdtt, SalsMsilieiswVililnctbel Ida* tfjutt chaiigrd most gtv* th*lr old a wall na tttatr new post-vitiee. Hara pie ooplr ar**, .^.^^a?.___ * ANVKKTIHlNu UATKH. ?Ai.r f kim or unm. tttme... I a atiiiM-i. . io ailauea. . 15 ? nines.. a 7 lt ti ai ni. 8 a 1 month.-.-. ?? ? ir. om tu*.St o Heeding not Ires In reading-matter type. line* ar leas, tl; In nonpareil leaded. 7 Oatd of ra tea for more space 'araiahod ot **-{-.'telt-nn._ AH Wtter* and lelsaiams mus*, he address ad...

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 January 1885

uumuuuuuummWPM ' 'temmum THE NATIONA* CAW4t TACT% HSWS- AND EOS81 twban Bsrstsiaiis-av-TlsB RI**** ""*M-"*Bt als Raanlrtiisoa-****** li Alssts-1 *t?att*4>f nrrlsiss. ?Krom nor tv-i-rulsr f*a>(*rBBpondentsl Wahhinoton. January 10.?I i a delegation of Tnt.ian* on Pennaylva avenue today who wore short bi coat*, drab slouch hals, and had ra boar h-aKikiTi kiata around their neel TVy were frtvin the Indian Territoi and had conic to Wa*hington to prot against thc leaauic of Indian landa. . ?were stout, ami IcnVed as if they wi well M. A ctijorctl man standing ?jne aa they panned --aid, ?? They certaii is ugly." 1 did not respond, bot I t that if I'ooper, the novi list, who fool mc mo mut lt with his "luMtof the Mo ran*""and ?? I>i*er-S'ayer," .v id been p neat I -would have piven him " a piece my mind." It ia a ,>ity for a man to i an Indian delegation or go tc a dre htry-anse it disturb* th* faith of I youth. In fact, il disturbs him as mu aa one of Bob Ingersoll's lectures d...

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 January 1885

mfEOANNEWk INTEBSBTINO. P*pmm ****** <Paa-*aa. A tSttro tmmtbl tun: A iae*?-<nc?r Mia* la&vt Gakdal on f-ttaday wtached Js-^^^g^ dh*-*t^. for Lord , Weteeley. He fell to wita none armed aMtlfee al aa-ae wells ca route, who toasted hun ia a friendly manner and pea hun cornet dir.M-t.ons ai to th* *!My1l7ru>**?M? baring proT*d false. Th* *Mia*eia.iii rr-verU that th* country for 4a%hty eailea t at (him Korti ia open, but bejoad that poiat ia daiia-crons from the earevaaa af tbe Mahdi. These caravan* aiMaa*-****- ri^aead tbe reed. A native raWe.tbe motsnxiifet further stated, had Wea eaat eat from ('abdul to purchase are-dace ot the aetiro*, but he returned without any Ulta*:, and, beside*, re aarted tliat he had been badly treat-si. Tba Bri'.i th ?coal-' captured four na ttn* wbo Sati left Melamneh January tat with foods for Merawi. These men laglan that a detachment of (ieneral Ge***)**'* troops ia at Shendy. The Mahdi (? force at Mela nindi ia two tbtmi-vn'i sli on*:. M...

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 January 1885

THE "-."Jlil'B*" WHOLE NUMBER, 10.46& RICHMOND, VA*. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY IS, 1885. THREE CENT8 PER mm J T 088 AND GAIN. ( MAI-TBB I. ??I waa taken sick a year ago Wllh t.illoiis fever." *' My doctor pronounced roe cnrc-V but I got sick again with terrible patna la my back and aides, and 1 got bo bad I C'sidd nat mote I ? I shrank I "?"?..tn 999 poonda to 190! I had bean doc? toring for rn*. Ilvsr. bot lt did nie it.) g. "?l ] ill.! not expect to live mon* than thr-? riroiiili*. I began to nae Hop Hitlers. Di? rect!) my appetite returned, roy pains loft me. my entire system sssmeil renewed ss if by manie and after ming several bottles I ara not onlv as aound as asovftrelgn. bot weigh mer-' then I did benire. To Hop Bit? ters I oas my life." R. Firsr-ATiucg. iHtttin. June e. mai. I 1IA-TV.P. lt. "Malden, Masa. February L IMO- Oe,. tlrinen.-I suiTered With attacks of sick li ra dst* be." Neuralgia- female trouble, for years In the moat terribie and excruciating manner. No medi...

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 January 1885

*HE WCHMOND DISPATCH. ET THE DISPATCH COMPANY. 1*1-* lUlt.Y WIN'ATi ll I*. t**.*1v*r*Nl lo a*"il-***-rli-*--?at m-r-i *t rr-ai>tperwe<*lt. pbv* aa*>tollie4*?ri'li.f wivtl.lv. MailMlatMper anawtti; ta nw ats roo-* I ha; ll.SO for tttn-t* aa eatha: ano. Am-nm- month. TlienMilI.WFKKI.Y ln-ifATCIIatfapar annum, or li for?l* ti.t'iiUM. 1*he Ml'KKK IA' DWPATVH at ll per an aaia. Btwltat-Tlptiiina In all caaea partvl.li> la ad faa***, and no pa****r cont ino**! alter tin. ?x jptimllon of I ho lime {-aid for. (?"?nd pi?.t oC\c* mon*y**?rdi?r. ehiH-fc. or rt*glal4ii*?d lat tar. ?Nirr*tiey neat by mal! will ht* al the ?rtakof th**?tvtrr Hitlt*rrllw'niwl*itlnBtli??lr ->MBt-orTVf-t* (than-TMl nutt* ntvi* thair oki aa wall aa their new |***t -<?ili<-**. Hainpl* t-opie* tra*._ AIIVKHTIMINO RATER. B4i,r ima nit irat, i Un**.t ao auroa*-..,. l oo 8 tlmea*. 1 60 etiioaa. * to ii liiiKw... a ?o 1 month. . a 88 ? ?uMitta*..aa oo Mea-Mae nolie** In r*a?lln--,-mnU*r lt ju*. S linea ...

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 January 1885

THK NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACT, NEWS, AND GOSSIP. Weat ?Iraiata Msn-r? ?r**4 aad Ml* MU rsrwasB - Tbs Aterseriatlsa Bill - t?ar* ssaal. lErnni our Regular Correspondent.] "tVahiiinkton. January 12.?J asked a West Virjj-inian of prominence why McCormick wan appointed collector of internal revenne tor his State, and biib" gested that it looked ax if Rcpt*tr>aenta tire Gough had a haml in it. He ro ? plied, " You wen? never mistaken more in your life. ? Mac' was opposed to Ulallie, anti this is his reward." He atlilcd lhat there wiro a number ot "West Virginia Kepuhlicans who did not <*are for Maine. I thought that ho waa solid there. KX-KKNATOR DAVIS. tSoon after thin interview I met a "Maryland Democrat, who aaid ex-Scna D.r Henry ('. Davis, brother of John ti. Davis, of your eily, will go into thc ?Cabinet. Uv isa first cousin of Sena? tor tionnan. this Marylander added, and will have a strong harking. ORANT AND VANDERBILT. The com?sptuuli'iuli hetween ("rant and Vandcrlult has en...

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 January 1885

MANCHESTER MATTERS. 'W'tatrtml tjnmtmk~tet*mnmt*-At*l S>*ra Merges Si***Bas Naci-m. Hst. Mr. Clnptos. rector of tho sass4s?Me?ner-al church, preached his sass anniversary Berates at said church OteSshiy morning to a targe congrega ? t*aa? He referred te the work of the |aa*s year, to tba many pleasant a-uw g(istietw and memories that he cherished. asni concluded by urging the congrega? tes to pat forth ronewcd effort* for the -welfare of the 4 hun h. During the -fear Mr. Clopton paid 1,(40 visit*, and ass t-en****** at the church averaged three s week. Her. Mr. Shipman, af ('reesville. Vs., was at the Bainbridge Baptist ehurth Sunday morning, aad alter tbe sermon by Mr. Thornhill he mode an appeal to the congregation for help te build a church in bis iowa. Quite a liberal contribution wa* main*. Mr. Hunter's reaiiletire. near Preri aVsre. ia Chesti-rHHd, waa burned last Friday. Kverythiog wa* deatroyed. Isaarance, MOO. Bar. Mr. "-"pps, of the Preahy terian canrrh of thia city, pr...

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 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10*464. RICHMOND, VA*. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 14, J885. _THREE CENTS PERJgj____ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^__j___ I _____ _. *.-? Tk*-_Lr_l Ba- al PHYSICIAN- AND DRUGGISTS RW-iMMKND BROVWS __v_ i:fi fi txi n nu BIHERS A8 THK BfSHT TONKX Ttnl* medicine, eon*, bin In? Iron with pore ?4i*ji-iabli* lisnc*. fjulekly a?d earn pie iel.v 4'CH Ks idsl'l i"sf.\. INHH'EMTION MA I.AHIA WKAKNKHH. IMIM'RK B'/MlD, ( IIH.I ** uml El V Mt. ami NEt'KAl *.l A. Kt rapid nmi thorouKii *?*lrnll*tton with the bk* *l H iverrhea rver>' P*rt of Hie *.v? tem. norine* and eurleliee the blood. b< mia'nen* tlie nu meit** and nerves, and loir*-and invBrorsle* Hie system. A KINK Ali'KTi-KMr-Iih-iT TONK" K \ * 'VV V lt wilt OOna the worn! ease of DyapepHla. removing nil rti*li*e***ln|r symptom*, such a* Twit in* Uti* Ei*mI. Itel,liing. Heat In tba Wont Heh. Heartburn, etc THE t'M.Y lUit.N MF.DIC1N1. THAT WILL SOT HLACKKN lift INJLHK THK Ttirni. It a invaluable for til-tea**** peculi...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 January 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. — 14 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACT, NEWS, AND GOSSIP. Si*ib*- Talk- TS* BkwB?a?.I>t?Ti. Oaatss ?rmf-St**caU??*!-V*ace'* aaeech-Tii*. Clnla ?"?liiic.-i ?*lMl*?uu Arrivlae. [Prom Our ltegular (*oirea|rt-m?le-t.] Washisiiton, January 13.?The Kcpultlit an* herc think that Mr. Blaine made a mistake in not roting for the prohibition amendment. They aay if hr had done this he could hare securer] ?the St. John vote" in New York, and thereby secured his election. This ttaftar-raloulation looks rery well, but smarter men than Mr. Hlaine have not acted more i-a'-aciously under the cir ruiiitttaiK cs. The *?* Rum. Romanism, and Rebellion " of Mr, Burchanl all Re? publicans now .<ee oujfht to hare been condemned by Mr. ITainc, but he did not at the time see it. His friends a'l say that lie will run four years hence, and they think he can lie elected. The Democrats, however, hare no idea of beiiif- defeated by a broken-down politician. Thc health of tho defeated candidate for thc presidency is bett...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 14 January 1885

fllS WORLD'S FAIR* A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. ^mrWiMWa -Ma* ?-?MM^a-fet**} Moa*/V MnV_ **> VBB*wwT94% WP** BntuaaasBaiaiMiBia a rta* at**w. Nnw 0-suuns, January &, 1886. IV fae Editor ofthe Ditpotch : The "txpo-iition ia a grand sneers*? tnr ahead of Um Centennial at PhiUdcl *Jab though it is still incomplete apia*, to the bad management of nome mt the railroad* in delivering freight, and other causes. Few caa aji|uec tate tm* ilifflculties under which the matiagc meat nave labored. No sot of men have worked harder, though they have not always worked judiciously. Mistakes nave been modi ? -onie, hardly cxctisa Ve in bush-roe men- but when 1 think af the magnitude ofthe enterprise, which ie far beyond the first expectation of the originators, I am willing to make nanny allowances. What willi thc man afement being cramped in thoir finances, tko worst weather ever sean in this sec? tion, tlie short time they have had (about one third the time the Philadel? phia Centennial had), pott...

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