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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 January 1885

!PP{P -If* J.J J J THE RICHMOND DISPAT WHOLE NUMBER. 10.470. RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21. 1885. THREE CKNTH J?ER (JOPY. -???- ?:.._???*,_:. ?:rtsSS p oo sn a "in ** -ll SS 1IYSICIAX8 AND DR'TUGISTS recommknd BIWWWS iRor IIS I OO M BITTERS: AS THK HKHT TONIC. ?ITi-inedleliie.e-inibinltia Iron with pare vecctabli- toiiles titilckly ar.d tvntipletely criOiS !>\SPKI**!A. INO! iKSTIfiN, MA? LARIA. "vAKAKSKHS. IMI'litH III.. 1*111 Ll Ma nd HVMl. and NKI'RALOIA. lu in pul Btiil thfiitniKh aaslinllst lon with Pm Btodi. lt reaches every part or tlu* sys tem. pu tr! Bea sud enrlehea Uio blood. bin-na>neus Ihe muscles and nerves, and times ant! Inv .(corati-s tin-nyit.'iii. A KINK A1TKTI7.KR~BKHT TONIC KNOWS __ It will rure the worst rase of It-jrspeiwla. removing Bli dlslnsfiliMtsyiiiplfiiiis. ami, ii? TBsllt.R Hf I'*".! Hi-lfiiinK. Heat lu Hie Stomach, llearlburn. etc. THK (INLY I Ki iN MKDICINK THAT WILL NOT BLACKER oil INJURE THE i i i TH. It ls invaluable for diseas...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 January 1885

S THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. HT THE DISPATCH COMPANY. TS* PAILT liHsPATCH ia dellrered to BSlsWlbeniBi I'lniiA t km- per week, pay artie to ihe carrier wt-r kl.\. Main-d st Xl per a*ns>.,; ts lor sit months; **i.".i)for ihres WonUia; MV* frtrnne motith. TrieSKMl--AEKKl.YlilHl,ATt:u*tta**?r ?anti rn. or |i for Bin montM. Th* WEEKLY MHi'ATilI st ll |x*4* an num. KBhscrliHlons In Bil esses netallie tn ad* vant--", and no i-aper emil nu ec arter the ex pti-alton of the ti ne paid for. sen.! post oAle* money-srdpr. cheek, or re*i?tfue.1 let? ter. **nirentn-ss*nt by mall will be at IO* . ttafc of the Bender. Stilsvi-rl^rswliihln* their post-office chaturcil must Rive their old sa well as their now post-oil.cc. Sample copies trot. _ AnVEHTISINO uviii. uah miH ol: ii'.-. ltlrrf. .t RO min.**.. l oo S Hires . t BO * times.. B 70 1* nure*. B BO i tnt ti ii. . . ass B months..SS 00 Ilea (llnc liol lees In resdlirg-nistter type, il lines or le-aa, ll ; In nonpareil leaded, 75 4-eiiis, Cs rd of 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. — 21 January 1885

THK NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACT, AND GOSSIP. The KlBlr n.ll Hfshtr* Ceufi-sWaies -ft-ar* sw* Messs-rsiswisc Tn* Ri-t**, Pa>r?swBl. [From our ??.??iilsr ("i>ri-espi-tndent.l Wahimmiton, January 2<>.?There wa* a report last night that there wouhl he an effort made to take up the Hlair educational hill in thc House, lt ttirmtl out. however, that a motion wa** made Lt the Appropriation* Commits****" m lake up ihe Ititlian appropriation hill. ?There were fifty-four twit* against thin proposition. Inn it prcvaileil. The vote indicated thi slrenj-th heithcr of thc Hlair e?lnt ational hill nor of thc library hill. Soon after um* 1 eiicounterefl Mr. Mercflith. a number of your L*j**|g~?> Inre. ami as!.ed him what he tlioiij-ht -iliout Ihe Hlair hill. Ile replied : " I gm heart anil soul IN lAVdK OK THIS KHCC ATI! >*-. V I IIKK." ?? Our people." he athlffl. "arc will inK in follow in, excellent a lawyer, statesman, ami southerner a* Senator <iarlantl. *t Arkansas. When h...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 21 January 1885

AU OVER THK STATE. THE EASTERN SHORE, A Oeritm* Iski-lWarrlli sr I^Bsr-IIld Ms. f-w-st, atc lC*oi*-*-sBr*T4vlen<*<> of itu* Kiel*, monti Ii lat** tc h. Onancix-K. January VJ, tttaV lt tums out that the attempted axsas Binstimi of Mr. Thomas Selby, re {?oiled last week, wa* only a trick of mattie youngsters of the ncighborhot4d to frighten thc old man, who is said to be cranky on thc subject of aharpening miers. Thc boy* fired u big charge of Kiwder through the key-hole, striking r. Selby full in the face and destroy? ing thc Might of one of his eyes. Thc boya did not intend to hurt the old man, and to escape suspicion some of them gave the version ot thc affair as it first appeared in the newspapers. Mr. Sel? by had a fight with a tramp several nights before the shooting, ami thht, coupled with thc fact that he had just received 4A00 in part payment for a farm, gave risc to the belief that rob? bery was intended. The fish-guano factories that line both the bay- and sea-ahor...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 January 1885

?''?'" ?r*1. t * ? 11 ?"";?-''.*t%'; - .**--. .-', r ?*?? * utf- ^^aiyv- ? - , . ? > ;*. *v*j-; ; ? ?**-. ^.i-'?-n*.?.? . ? ??.???*.. . -.-. THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER- 10.471. RICHMOND. VA.. THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22, IK85. THREE CENT8 PRU (XOTI -J OSS A NP GAIN. ?? I waa taken sick a year ago "aB*1lhblllonBfev*r." ?- Hr doi-itir pronouneeA me cnretl, bot 1 gol sick ag?*n "ith terrible pains In my bark ami sides, and I got ao bad I ?-.Mild not move 1 t I shrunk! Prom RM pivunds lo 180? I had been dof toring for my liver, bul lt did mi, Dtum-I. I did nut expect lo live more than Hire* mernilla lr-oa-sn loise Hop Hitlers. DI rrcli*. ni) spi-ctite returned, mj* pains left bu. hiv entire system seemed renewed a* tr by magic and siter oslna several bottles I sm nut "Hiv s? sound ss * sovereign, hot wcHth mort- Ihsn I (ll** before. To Hop Kll hnl owe my life." R FlTSfATBlCB. ;*.i/iti.Ju?i'?. ibm. CMSrTBB tl. ??Mslden. Mass.. February 1. 1 BBC. (Jen Wemen - I suffered wltb ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 January 1885

THE WCHM0N2>_DISPATCE HT THE DISTATCH COHPANY. TB* DAILY DIRPATVH ta delivered to wttat-rtbscaat ri nms- caa-rs pm* week, par at**at*t"Bemrr1erw-*el,|-r. Malted at taper aaatthn; fa for six mouths; ?:.io for throe aaaaiBe; *0e. Sm* ons i.tooih. TheBKMI-WKKKl.YHtsPATCHampnr annum, or tl for six months. TB* WEEKLY MW'ATI II at ll per an aan, Ba*Mer1ptk>n* In all t-aaes parabl* In ad ?ance, acid ao paper continued after the ex -"Station mt the time patd for. Hend post 4*4Boe itK*ie*r-?rder. check, or roistered let Is*-*, ("nrtsni-y Bent hr mall will be at lue risk of the sentlor Mnt-a**---!tetra wishing their poal-offk** oBanced must (tvs their old aa w*B a* their new ptst*.-oiTtce. Ham plc copies ft***, _ AUVKRTIHINli RATER. mai.** itttM oa rtsas. 1 tim*. .? ?0 attn-.**.._..?.?. 1 oo ? limes_.^. 1 60 etlmea..-. a 70 ls lime*.. a ao 1 month. * 88 t mont I.t*. .99 00 Reedlna* notlr-ss In readln*-tastt*r ty ?#?. B Hms or less, tl; In nonpareil leaded, 75 eenis. ("ard nf rates for m...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 January 1885

THK NATroNAL-CAHTAL FACTS, NEWS, AND GOSSIP. Tbs Blair Bill-Net Mai?als? Wiss-Mas. set- rase ~ Pessral MttTraae- AancBltaral BU sa I *tnUc. I Prom Our Kegular i*ot-r.*spi?-T<leni i (A'AHlUMiTtiN, January 21.?Your con*e*ponrlcnt ha* made industrious .efforts to ascertain th* prospects of th* Hlair educational Lill. He timi*- that lhere are professed friend*, of it on both aides of thc Ilona* who real)*/ do not -want it to pax*. It only, however, 4 need* to be reached to be passed. The trouble, however, in that the rule* of the House al a "hort session will ena? ble a im sere minority to defeat any measure. The time will come, how? ever, when ConcTesB will be compelled to sit longer each year, as what suited the Inited Slates when there were only twenty States will not do now that there arc marly doulde that numlier. There is always something, cbc to tlo besides passing the appropriation dills to prolific for thc support of the army, navy, ami rmi departments of lin- i,,.i ernment....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 22 January 1885

THROl'GII THE STATE. PETERSBURG AND VICINITY. ?"B*a*4i?as? sr TisSBT-r Las*>-Tls. Cater-* l*Ys*elis.r*s Casa-TIM Baa* Halls t'aa**w**(iai'-rsi4ViK>e<>tTth? Blrti monti lUspsU-h. ] **pKTBBSBt*B<>, Jan. 21, 1X85. lt is staled that large quantities of timber land lying on aad near to tbe Appomattox river some mile* west of thi* i ity have tt-cently been pun basel hy diflereiil parties with tlie object of rutting wood for shipment to the north? ern Markets. Among thone who have invested lergely ia a combination of northern capitalist*, who have contract? ed for tbe immediate delivery of 4,000 forde of wood, and a large force is now engaged in cutting. Oilier* are engaged in the same businc**. The Atlantic and Pan ville road has greatly enhanced the value of landa along Ha line, and there have lieen re? eva! sale* of iimbei for prices iu excess nf what both land and wood would have sold for before the road waa built. A great des) of indignation ia ex? pressed among ihe ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 January 1885

BBnHflHHHRnHHHHH iwf-pi^ifh-^^w Bbbbb. THE RICHMOND DISPA wm.rv. NUMBER. 10.472. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 28, 1885. THREE CENTO PEI* COPY. BSOI.UTELY PURR. ROYAL BA I-.NIK !<"?*. Poo ? ML ?3rS,nJ? P1 _f\ Uvvutre ? m. ai-ly l CAYKD HER MEE. Ittf.i.F, McIntosh rot'kt t. (Ja. Dr. J. Hrwtnelii: Hear Slr,?I have taken several trotties of your Female Regulator lord Wases til sixteen-*, ears standing, and / colly l.elu, e lom cured entirely, tat which plssaS accept my heartfelt thanks and most I'l-off.mid grstHilde. I know your me'llcltie aaved my life, so you see I cannot apeak too highly In Its favor. 1 have recommended it lo severs I Sj my friends who are suffering as I was. Yours very respectfully, MK*". W. K. STKHHINS. TIMI D \ ql'ARTEKOK A CKNTKRV IT STANDS l'Mtl\ ALLKD. LAOItAtftlt*. Ha. Tn: J. Prut!field. Atlanta PM.! HearSIr, I take pleasure In stat lng ilia! I have used for Ihe last twenty years the medicine you atv in.**- putting up, known as Hr. Hrad fleld s Ke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 January 1885

TfiB RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tts* DA1I.T NtHf-ATCl! I* rtBl?v*rt*-t to gata((ml>s-?ata*irni4*i?(*K-4Tap*rir(^ abie ta th* earrW weekly. Malled at 99 per ?W-tM-m, M *s* sis months: ll.SO for three Meat ha; iee, for oe.** monia, TaeHKMI-WK.KKI.Y HlHl'sTCHstlSger *??nm, otu lb* six months. Th* WKEKI.Y MM?A rei! at fl par an? awa. IMISM*fi*-i-4oaa la all i*-*** p-vyabl* la ad "mae*.and na ps-*-** coal .mod after ihe bx* gtiattoa nf (he time ?.??.. for. Hend post* 4t4*fS*t. Baonet-B-nler tnt* '? or tr-rjlJil^Msl lel t*r. 4*air*iK*r sent by mall vein b* at His rtako-lhiof-n.il-.-. Mu tiarri Im-i* wlstilncthe4r ?fMBl-oAii-B nfc?r*Br-,l un Mit k'.v* ttn-lr OM ss wei! aa Ihelr new -/-aVotRe*. Marnpie cor ??? AllVKRTIslNf. KATICH. BAU I Hf ll OB I I'**. 1 tim*.f so Slime*...._. 100 I ames. 1 IO Sllm-av...?. S 70 IS limes ._. 6 SO 1 month. I ss I months..IS 00 Hesdlng i.ut Ieee In n*adliiR*inatter t - pc ft lire* or lets, ll; tn noa ps rel I leswled. 7,1 es*, ta. tani &l...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 January 1885

THK NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACT, AND GOSSIP. Tbe lille*!* a-*BSlaraMe- Ts- Orsa! SUI KlBMBes lltfeeea's AsSe-er, ibBIb'I Talk PbMIc HealiB. (From Our Regular ("or**es-*4>ndent.| Wasminoton, January 22.?Th* fart that ('arter Harrison has with.lrawn from the Illinois senatorial contest has helped Representative Morrison for the place. An Illinois journalist, however, Tfho has good sources of political in? formation, informed me carly to-day that he knew Logan would win. I am ? inclined tn think that things are mixed . lhere. The margin is very close be? tween Logan and Morrison. Aftcrhcar ins, what I have just written Illinois I'cwiXTats assured me that Morrison will win. Noone, I ht ai. will rejoice more at Midi a victory than Mr. Manila!!, because, while he and Representative Morrison differ in regard to tariff mat? tera, both are in thorough accord in op? position to thc Republicanism which (ieneral Logan represents. The re? election of Logan means a perpetuation of hostility a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 23 January 1885

COLONEL BURNABY. ft* totem er Hts* Kt-*- *? Sair* Siiir* ta tits* lHewt--4*kK--**M.; Lient*iMint-t'?l(tnel Frederick Oss tsvas Barnaby, whiw death i* sn twit-Bee-l in the eable dispatches from tho landan, acas born at Bedford, Ksg., tm Mareil, 1042. Fred. Burnaby -teoW boast ef royal blood tiowins* thtvtrnab bis veins. He wa* tbe nine trt*e-sth indetscont from Kdward I. He wa* educated at narrow. While still a boy he neat nome literary nf-uib about the M-ttoo* to Pmnck. They were 4 published, and nearly eaosed the ex palekw of young Burnaby. He ws* -saar remarkable fer being the foremost ia ell athletic exercises. He devoted himself to the modem language-* in prefere-scx to the ancient, and became proficient in Spanish, Italian, and Rus? sian. nts nun <r*oMMit-wiox. Ia 1850, at sixteen years of age. Burnaby paascd hi* examination aud tran gazetted cornet in the Royal Horse Guards (Blue). He was thc youngest of ISO candidate*. Two years later ht* b-"*-c*roc lieutenant, in 1806 he ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. :u7H0LE NUMBER, 10.478. RICHMOND. YA.. SATimPAT^OKMMLJANUARY 84, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COI'V. Ifl. HTSHT WP MEAT. lEBlO COMPANY'S EXTRACT P MKAT-PINKKT AND CHKAPKhT MEAT ELAVuRINO STOCK POR HOI PS MIW -DISIIKH AMis.M'CE**. Annualaalea. 8 0000,000 jars. BJKHIG COMPANYS EXTRACT OP Mi \T. An InvBluaiile tonie. "Is a sucre* and a ttotm for which nat lona should feel grateful."?(see "Medical Press "lam-el " Ac. Oennlne only ?srlth the /Vie simile ot Daron Llel.lgs slg-isturr In blue lek aertss* the label. The title " Hanan Lie? big Bini photograph hav lng iteen large? ly used hy dealers wilh no connection aili. Ilartai I.ia-mg. tht* ptiblln ars In? formed that Hit- l.iehlg Company alone ran SSBSJ the article wilh Daron Liebig s guarsntt-e of goiiiiincas. LIEKIO CoMPANVH EXTRACT OP MEAT. To tte bad if all Storekeepers. Iinr.ra. and Clteiulsls. Mole agents for the I n I ted states (wholesale only). C. DAVIS A Co.. 9 Eenehurch avenue. Iton iSS, England. ray 17-SaMi [A...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 January 1885

g THS RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBS DISPATCH COMPANY. ***** DAILY DISPATCH ls delivered to ostBasitltaMrBBl rt rruiiN or.MTs ix?r w*ak. pay - *M* to tnecarrler weekly. MaUedaiM par atiauui; SS tor sis months; SLSO Sw turee Basantha: BOn. tnt ont, moiu h. TheMKsll-WF.KKI.Y DISPATCH et ti per Bonum, or fl Sw Bli months. Tbe WKKK LY DlHJj-A l< ll at lt per an uuat. Huttsnipttons tn alf oaase parable In ai eanea.aoal no naper continued after tbs fi fara! lon of thc U?i?* i at ttl for. Mend pust ofMee money-snler. cheek, or raB-laterixt let? ter. Currsnor amt hy mall will lt* at tue Hak of tbe Bender. HubaciThers w'shine their post-office ehiu*a;i*<t must tire their old as Wall as their new poat-orBoe. Ham plas copies are*. _ ADVKRTIHINtl RATKH. MALT INIIH OS MSW. ? Mme. .? 50 S Urara.-. 1 oo S Uu.ee-. 1 BO eil mea. S 70 IS tunes. S so 1 month. ? 8? S month*..'..?.88 00 ReaditiS notices In readlns-matter type. 6 Unas or Res, ll: in nonpareil leaded. 73 ?aaUaa (lard of rate* for mort, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACTS, AND GOSSIP. Mawaaeeer resiBss-leaaeeraUea freeera Ueee-Th* fitsir KSaratlsssI Bill-Tbs CaeUsei Attn* Careltaa fleas*. I Kroin Our "tegular t'orresponilent.! Wahiiinoton. January 23.?The Post-Office Committee of thc House to-day agreed to reduce the jtostajc on newspaper matter from 2 to I cent a pound. The member* of thc commit? tee think that thia will become a law. Thc fooling in CougrcKS ia in fad in favor of giving s free transportation through thc maila for all newspapers. TIIK 1NATO! HATTON OOMMITTKK ia doing all that it can do to secure quarters for people who propose BS conic to W Bullington to at temi thc inaujyira tion. I tl* not think that charges for accommodation** will BR extravagant, and yd it look* as if more people will Lc herc than heretofore on such occa? sions. This will Kc owing to thc fact that thc committee of citizens who have thc arrangements in hand arc looking to the accommodation of visitors. They wert* visiting to-day, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 24 January 1885

I M1UD..J0HNSONS PAROLE. wMwRiaiieKkaal UMassat+tt llMWi-al Jsaa* bbb* M USsrairB rwea Pitaea. A WssbfBMJTlon telegram says : Hon. Janie* Sneed, of Louisville. Ky., who Mraa JV-Horsey-Gcncra) under Presidents litwnln and Johnson, baa addressed the Mlosrmg letter to Senator Maxcy. of Tanas, tn relation to thc stand taken by titeicral Grant in' respect le the favors granted soldiers of the Confederate srany after the snrrender of Oeneral ^jSS at Appomattox : lainilHvn.i.K, Kv..Jan. 15.18K5. Senator Harry, Washington, I). ('. : Dont Sir.?I feel constrained to a?l dreiie yon this letter, expressive of my tbenki* for your position and remark* tn tbe .Senate upon the bill to place General Grant on the retired list of the army. 1 waa particularly struck with your forcible presttttation of the fact that when the supreme hour caine to tbe southern States anil they had to yield up their ,ii"-i cherished hopes and abandon their struggle, no man crier acted with more magna? nimity and generous ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. "<3rr. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.474. l^HMO^ JANUARY 2.5, 1885. _THREE CENTS1>K1! (X>1?Y; R 1CHM0ND (.NE WEE COHMERCIRO MOR THE FA JO OO MM MM PPr OO OM Bf HM I' P OUMMMI'I'C o6aM OO H ? MC Miss E. U. OBEIt. FAREWELL M*?S PAY . -PAY..-. (First Hine her* WEDNESDAY MATIM ( Vt 1 UNKHDAY. . TIH'RHDAY. .?Kirat time her* FRIDAY. SAT! RDAY MATINEE..... KATI RDAY. PHI NCI Mt-ts MA RIK STONE, ll isa OKRA EDI NE ELMAR. Miss M VITIM.IT. I'HILLIITH Btise LIZZIE lit'RT* IN, Mum AGNES MToNE. OK*(ROE KR'* THE IDEAL CHORES KIKTY-KOIR I'KRHONH IN MiiBlcal Director Stage Manager... APVANCE HALE 8 ..CLOCK TUCKS I'KK'M* . . 1J? *-5 OO TTTT H H ROO T UH rr.t IRK O O T Illili IK X H O O T HI | | OO THU IRS 506 EAST BR THE SEATO yt tv i'krk nfl NiirrrrtJ ckrr kkb 1 C CK I* rtIN N II T IJ UK KK IK li I KKK IIS MI T tl fi KRR KB F C CR KN N'KII T V UR R lt P IT K K\ N.MI 'I CU ll II KKK OO ML OOOL WI TTTT a H O * III. 0 Ol O O T H H o (.m. "o L o o r nun O OMI. "'0 OL o O T H u.? OO H...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBE DISPATCH COMPANY. Tum PAll.Y UlSI'AlfH ts dstlvered to snKBetlheraat rt mat* ir* tb parweek. j*ay aWs tai UiecarTrtsrvs.-tklv. Msitedstfe P**r sn nu m. ; ts liar six rn on I hs; lt.BO ft* tun** nvontras: BOe.foron*a month. Th* Kl-Ml-NV I I.Kl.V lilMl'ATCHattSpar Snnint or |i torsi* i, ootha. Tlie WKKK I.Y IUHJATCH at tl per an? ama. Oefasertrat lons In all canes payah'e In ad? vance, ami no naper continued after ths ex? piration of the nm** jw id for. Hend poat ofOce monev -artier', ch eek. or reglsU'rcd let? ter. Currency arni i.y mall will be at the Mak of the Hander, Ku Wrltteni trialling I heir post-office changed mun* give Ihslr old as Weil as t heir new posl-orlice. Haiuple copies AliVKKTlMlNii KA'fKO. II A' t INCH OK uss. ines*. .t bo SUmea. 1 00 f thats.~.?. I tio SUnes. ? ?o lt lltees . 8 ?0 1 month. ? tn S mouths.ti 00 Reeding nof ore In reading-matter type. 5 Unas or leas, tl; In nonpareil leaded. TB oaofn. Card of rales for more apace furnis...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. fACTS, NEWS. AND GOSSIP. l-s.ial Maners-Avoi slisrsl WfBlhet Sbj. ?Bls-dsverasr E*?r? bi a Lsadsr-Ts* ?HcbassBS Pssimasiec-t'ivll ftsrvlc*. I From (Mr llesnlsr t'awresporident,! Wa.-uum.ton*. January 24.?The PostmsKter-Orncral han decided thst the rcRttlsr quadrennial reweighing of the mails in Virginia. New Knglaud. New York. Msrylsnd, snd Pennsylvania *hall begin on thc 11th of Fehruary .and continue for thirty working days, f pon ihe result* obtained by thia re? weighing thc Ot ieminent will enter into s contract for carrying the mails for the next four years. TDK 11 N-I..N ?NB!. Although last ni^ht wss snowy, the pension people were on hand at the II ohm*, and worked well to secure re? lief for those Ific chief of thc Pension Uurt-au did md .lcm under tlie law en? titled to relief. The Democrats voted liberally. The effort of your repre? sentative to pul a stop to pension abu -es bad a fBtfJ effect, and I hear him fre? quently coinjiliinehtv-il for his effo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 25 January 1885

THE SUN. rtmCmmmt l*r*?-.a.i'? Uttmrnt l.-a*tar? AsctHfr OsvO ABBI.art*. Another gocsl audience braved tbe ereatber last night to hear Professor Proctor's arron*, lecture at the Seventh Street Christian church. His subject waa "The Sun," and'be addressed himself to it with tbe ardor of one who felt thal he had a theme grand enough to ci.list all his powers, comprehensive and difficult ciio*.ph to demand the rloMit and most consecutive treatment, ami vet rich and sublime enough to re? ward every Mop of the investigation. Ile began with the usual statement** aa to the di*tance of the sun, and gave some of the familiar illustrationa hy which we may seek to realise that dis? tance. Then he touched upon the great site and mas* and consequent strength of this giant ruler of the solar systow., boldn g each of the planets in ita ap? pointed path by lhat ct er-myst?rious power which all maller has to at? tract all other matter. Next he told rapidly but succinctly of thc light and heat of thi...

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