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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.47.5. RICHMOND, VA.. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 27, 1885. THREE CENl^lgRjt)OPY. EXCITEMENT IS EOCMESTEM. Mlssnnjss] < .?w?iie? ceases kv * bs* ne. nt..ks 11' Bisi.ment ?r a Pbr.lrlss. Tbe st.ty published In iheee columns re? ef ntl, from ihe Rochester (N. Y.) Drtaorrni errand s deal of eomment hen*, ss lt bas rises I.i ic vi'psreutly lt estated even more ii lt.s-he.ter. sa tbe fol fr,.ni thc mme paper shotts pr. J. n. Hellion, abo ls well known, not ' i.n ? n Koehesler, Iwt rn near!) every part of ka BIBSa, ?-?*it sn ext.-ndsd article BS thia BSSSrS tea dBi sago, which was duly pult I abed, .lelslllng bis l*BSBSS*SSMa t-x|s-rtenee ? ml icm ut- from whs! seemed lo lie certain tleiith II m.-Hld ls* "SBBSSSlMl BS SMMhS> rslr f#M |s*rsctnsl In.|iilr1es which have Ison ? si our office a. "? Hie validity >.f the BllleM ISM they have Ihh-ti bo innnerous Hist (iitll.cr Ins r?lmat i..ti of the subject ass ilrrn.es! sn editorial neoeaslljr. V. ,t...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 January 1885

2 THK RICHMOND DISPATCH. MY THE DISPATCH COMPANY. The MAI I.Y I >1 Ml "ATC ll ls d-dlvered to subscribe rs ,,1 ri meet* cam* ocr week, par? able to Ihe cai lier week I**. Mstliwl Bl W p>*r annum; ta fin six months; SI.BO tor three months; soc. Sw ona mon in. TheKKMI-W l KKl.Y IHftt-ATClIat la per annum or* 1 for six month*. Tbe V. KkKl.'v lUHl'ATCll Bt ll pee an sjrnj, HetaBcriptlons In all casca payable In sd Tance. sud no imper continued after the ex? piration of the Unit* pnld nw. Kond t???? ?Ince monrf*y-si*L*r. c)n*<'k. or rests! emt lat? ter. iHirrency vent hy mall will bo at ths rtek nf the sender. Kula-wtherswlshlnsthslr poet-office disused istist firs their old aa well as their Mew i-ai-orric**. Marnpie copies flee. ADVKRTIMINd RATKH. HA ur inch oh licks. lllme. .t ?0 HlBlM. I ?0 B limes .. 1 60 Sllt-naw.. aro l?t timse.??. ? ?? 1 month. ? ?? S BKMilhs.ti 00 ResdlttK notlca-s In reading-matter type, rt lines or least, tl ; lu nonpareil leaded, T5 ceri la fard of ra...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACTS, NFHS, AND GOSSIP. A Scare- The lillee** BeaaisrBble-l'aklaet matrt lllmtM salTsaeees-Oesme D. telar After I'bss4l*r. IKroni Otir Reif-ilmr (?orrespaWidentl *VVahiiinoton, January 2ti. Thc jicnsation to-day was lin* lite at the Capitol. It originated before the meet? ing of Congress nesr thc flagstaff of the Houm* wing of thc building. The ex? planation i* thnt an employe of the House, whose duty it is to raise thc Has. may lum- dropped a cigar on the wooden platform under thc flagstaff. 1 his, however, is bf no means certain. '1 J.i- oct uri*-ii.?*-, coupled with recent (vitits in Laiiulnh. gave rise BtftfOtd ?leal of comment smong news-specula? tors. The tilt Department did not on this occasion BBB!SJ the same etti* iency sk our Richmond liepartment would have done. In ffi.t.the fire was almost extinguished Ly Mr. Chsuiti-ey. an OM employe of lbs House, before the l.t. men i-oulil cit water to the top of tho Capitol. Tins suggests that there ought lo l?...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 27 January 1885

SCENES OF TRE OUTRAGES. WESTHISSTER-llALL HISTORY An Aaa-ta-a* ??-nt-iara* warra* Wt I Maia Kara. Kr lal Kia Flrsi Vant. WeBlrnirmtor Hall waa added by Wil? liam Rufus to thc ancient palace of Westminster, and he held hia first eourr? in it in 1099. It waa preserved hy Harry a* the vestibule of the now houses of Pnrlintnciit. After the hall waa haili hy the command of William Roftlft. ft iras repaired ami rained tn height ton anl the end of the reign of Kx hard H. Thc early Parliament* .Were held in il. nnd thc* law comis umsI to sit in it. There ia * famous old wooden! much m favor with pr*, tn un* barristers, which represents the interior of Westminster Hall in full temi. Against the wall arc four little wootieii pews, of which one contain** thc Lord Chanollor, and the oilier three respectively the justices of the gue* n's lichen, the justices of the Common rica*., and the Ilarons of El chequcr. The hall waa used a* tbe di? ning-room of the origioal Palace of Westminster. Ttie hal...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. -wm.l.K NITMBEU. 10.476. ^jj^pT^A., T^ONESPAY MORNING. JANUARY 28, 1885._ THREE gg^ _ PTO^M ? ?n'i/ir vntt WAR. rn rr ai.o i.itmia wa' ^t\r\^ ?. - ? \S\f\S\AASV. - Bl'IT ALU LITIIIA WATER, rns MORT M.K> I MILE. RArK, AND (KU TAI.*! RRMEDT BOH TUB REMOVAL OF IR1C ACID FROM THE HYHTEM. IW VAM** IN FUNCTIONAL ALlll'Ml NCKIA. l>r. Ai.i.auit MKnninoBK. Ilsifessor of Chemistry. Medical College, SUIc of South Carollns. "I ba ve foina! Itu Malo LIU*la Water. spring Sst" 8. a ir mady of (rest eicellency In dla ms* ll nf Irl^A'-iil I Hal kr nt*. Indeed tot the removal of nrirncut. tlie retcnllon of vvhlnh In Un- system orcaslons so many distressing symptoms Ikmcm of no remelt/ ft ngrrra mtr. tafe, sod eeetrsm, I have otwro-ii urarked and pprmsnent benefits from tbe aclu.n of this water In that class of esses Bis.an as fiuwtional Athmmtimmrin. and In sit.li itasca I regard ll aa thu moil tnlmi'il, rrmu;l)/ wkirh Ihavr rvrr prrserlk.il ja 17-Vtawiiw 'A\K1> HER LI...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 January 1885

TBE RICHMONB DISPATCH. MT THE DISPATCH COMPANY. 1*j* IMMY MHfATi'll la deilirared to sevarvitMtntBt rt-mcaN esters per weak, par* aWfi le tlie carrier weekly. Maila** at H par aanaan; n in st mont hu - ti so air t n i... months; soe, aw one month. ?lasFBKMt'WKKKl.V MBPATI.'HM. SS per enano! <* ti mr si* months. Tha WKKKI.Y l)ial-ATt:il at lt per an nowt. ivtthacTipiionB In all essaa parable In ad? vene*, anal no paper eontlnuett after tha ex BtmUon of Mia Baie aaM for. send post office money-anler. cheek or resister**! let? ter. Carraite-r annt by mall will be at ihe nakof the*?**t,l-,r. HutsM*ril>erB**ishinElli''lr ,VQ*tt~ofr\ct> ebanajed maat Riv** their ?l-l aa walt as Iheh new post-office. Karapiti copi** A?VKRT!HI**<I BATHS. !. At Vi VIII ol. I I sn lttm*.? ?o Stints*.. 1 00 S tlmea... I ?? Stlni?*a.. ? '0 lSUivtea..?. ? 30 1 month. ? tn a ato.it h*..ii oo Steading nolle*? la rra.llns-matter type. 5 Unca or Mas. Il; In nonpareil leadtttl, 75 coats. Card of ralca for...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL NEWS, FACTS, AND GOSSIP. IB. Blair Bill- Tha* Sleilras IVaaloa Bill "Di.* r??|.o*llc?' AB?r?**riail?r Bill * ?kl? an Ma?cBlailBa?-Brlers. I From Our Regular Ck>me**ond?nt.l Washington, Jsnuary 27.?I Bak? ed Mr. Willi*, of Kentucky, last night what were the chances of the Hlair du? rational bill. He replied, " There is a majority for it, and if the majority takes the hit in its mouth it will pass. The trouble evidently is that thc rules of ihe House at a short session will ena? ble s minority to defeat any measure, bowell r meritorious." There has been an objection raised that this bill, whit li embraces an appropriation, ought not to hare originated in thc Senate. The re? marks of Mr. Hunter in tin* Senate are quoted in support of the position that thc Senate had the right to originate this bill. He sat.I : ?? We exer? cise the power in almost etery little pension case and in thousands of bills in which we appropriate money. The re? striction in the Constitut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 28 January 1885

PLANETS FOR FEBRUARY. SEARCHING THE HEAVENS. Va* Naen e*4 **?*??? *.a?iM?-, Vanna, Baa* *aae. aaS Mm arv. (Prov I.laue* Journal.! Jt"TTTSH ia morning star, in scientific elasaiOcation, until the 19th, whoo he sfeaagea his role and bocotucs craning Star. An event then occurs in the solar family of noteworthy interest to thc in? habitants of thia planet. For Jupiter fat (apposition is the sidus inter minores if*te* on which terrestrial observers gate erith wonder and admiration. Thc JPrinoe of Planets then takes on hi** moat glorious form snd plainly-shows thst he is the power behind the throne, almost the rival of the great luminary whom he resembles more closely than ls tbe rase with any of his brother planets. At opposition, Jupiter come* into line with the earth and the sun, Un? earth being in the middle, so that we ar* at our nearest point to him, and he la larger and more brilliant than at any other lime. The magnificent planet bolds his state ss far away from thc sun as possibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER. 10.477. RICHMOND, YA., THURSDAY _MOBNlNO. JANUARY 29. 1885._ THREE CENTS PER COPY. BfsOLl TKLY PURE. ROYAL ? * H MU obWchS? n rt r' HOW W SIWD KSSBBS _PO owwwwn DB I ll r? Sw**i sr H.* ? *? w *? noo ita R E. fnoSl-lyl I'o I UK OFFICERS ANO jyMMMhm. MKMIIKRS OF I NITY|^a*fs5f I nlx.K. No ht. I. <?. O. K. : You^fllsTl***' sre requested to meet at jrour lodge-room, powhatan Hall Tills (Thursday! EVE NINO at a o'clock. As the degree of Re la lah will lie conferred, all hrothcn* and Isdles lisv lng taken tlilsd.wrce are cordially Invited to ta* preaent. liv <>rtlt-r of l/tdg.*. ls:'?-lt ^ M. IT TEER s..<ret?ry. rfH) 'I Hi: OFFICERS AM) Ml.M 1 BKRS OF ARROHATIC TRIKE No ti* I.O.B. M.: You are hereby requested I., meer ni your wigwam (Springfield Halli 'fi i-NIOHT at TIC 0 ninak an business of Ini ja.rtsiiee ls to Iw traiisscti-.l. Mt-iiitM-rs of Ststef tribes eoitli.illy Invited tostti-nd. Bj order of the Sachem. Jaati-it* A. h. OQODB c. &l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 January 1885

tRE RKHNOM) DISPATCH. MT THE D1SCA TCH COMPANY. *!%? DAI1.T lH.siwTVH ls tlellrered to SaWr-rlba>raat rtrr**,* .-r.MTs rs*r weak, pay UM** to the rsnitT weekly. Malled a* W |*rr naumai; ?S tnt als tuon tba; |1.JO fur three moeia*; soe.ewmie monita. ThehKMl.WlKKI.YDtrtrATUHatMiser anunwi.ortl tor als *.<>-.'ba. The W'KKKLY Olsi*\TCH al ll per an? nean. KutsM>rir<.lona in all - nai-s payable la ad vranes, snd nn )sipet oo'itlnued altar the ex? piration of Ute time paid for. Mend post ofltee Ainsley-aitler. eh.wk. or ragtstwnxl tot Sar. Oarrertey ann! by malt will be at tbe triage, the *t-.idt>i Mubtacrtbers wishing their pOSl-oftlee ebauged it.nat give llielr atilt as Wall as their na-a i.mt.nrHca. Marnpie copi.st Itt*, _ ADV KR IT NU RATCO. Hai.k iKt it ok i asa. 1 time.J ?o Sttmsa. 100 S tlBiea. 1 ?0 itlmiB.. ? vo ia times-. ? so 1 atoBith. ? *u ? month*.BJ 00 Heading notices In ra-sdlng-inetuar type. 5 linea or lesa, ll: In nonpareil leaded, T5 BOORO Card rn* rate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACTS, NEWS, AND GOSSIP. The NarfMh Harker ABBr*r-*TatUn-T.>s rsashlf Dtaaanil' * Oaasc Thai V/sa't \T.il Tk' raUBft ? *!snk rareUsa. (Frosn Our Hesular Comaptti.icnt.l Washinoton, January 2H?The ? .revision in the river-and-harbor bill appropriating #50,000 to Norfolk har? bor limits its expenditure to the ob? structions af lambert's Point, where thc Norfolk anil Western rail road has built s eosl pier. All the petitions from riti aens of Norfolk, 1 hear, have asked that it bc i-xpendod between the Naval Hospital and a point opposite. There have been recently six steamboat colli? sions just herc, and this is urged why tho wishes of thc Norfolk people should control in tins matter. A num? ber af Norfolk citizens have been herc to sec Hon. George li. Wise to press their views as to the expenditure of tho appropriation, and bc has promptly re? sponded to their request. I hoar that .Senator Kiddlchergcr will take the same position. I have not loamed what are na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 29 January 1885

A imm tomb. MIO PRISON AT LOUVAIN. euS W/aiU-RsfcM ratavlrta -Balllarv * *ae?aaiaBiai IB Bk* Btrlr*** Hfaar -raa*. In tbe whoU of Europe there is but ?na prison in which the systems erl. tulmire ot absolute isolation by tlay and by night is still enforced, and it bas ort tba* pound ? strang* and sail celebrity. Teat one prison ia the Maison I 'out rale of 4-owvain. In England and in France prisoners amieubtnitted to leas severe penalties, tot although they are condemned to teUfere, they st least work in coaimou. walk in common, pray in comm.m. and confinement lo their cells is only a teni norary measure reourrod to in case of iniiubtiriJinatioii or misbehavior. The question now pendant in France of re? placing the actual penitentiary system by the solitary system adopted in Bel grunt gives interest to thc details of a visit paid to Ihe prison of Louvain. Tbe buildings are situated on tho an? terior boulevards, nearly outside thc town. They dato from twenty years back, but their tall...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 January 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ^^mwT PM" RltiBM^rmvT: FRIDAY MPBNINO. JANUARY *., 1MB.'_ THREE rjBNTB PF.K COPY. BSOLUTELY PURR. ROYAL RUB A A KK [1 S If S ? pi O W W WDDD ranRTSB ow*ww5 db ita OO w na fno91-ly1 BttrPAlO l ll ill A vi 41 l u Bl HALO L1TH1A WATER, THC MOMT AORK.K.ARLK. RAFE AND CER? TAIN RKMKDY mtTint RKMOYAl. Of I'RIC ACID KR*?M THE SYHTKM. ITS VAI.l'E IN KCNCTIONAI. ALIU'MI M RIA. Dr. Ama an Mkmmixiibk. Professor of Chemistry, Med I roi College. stat* of south Carolina. "I havefnnud Hiiflalo Lltbls Water. Hprlna Bo. 8. a remedy of areal excellency la dl* easeaof / We> Arul iHnthrii*. ludeeil. for the resioval ot urie arid, the retention of wbleh In llie*.v?teni occasion* no many distressing SyiuptoliiR. I kunu- of B*J n-mcily *n (tureen Mr, mle, uni etrtnin. I hsve Observed mai lo * and |#rnisiioiit lieut-fits from the ardon of lld* waler In that nias* of <-a*>-a known it* fiiiutmniil Albutntnmrks, sntl In ?url. BSSaa I regard lt a* the mutt woltsoots mm tiy ii 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. — 30 January 1885

Sp? Nj THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MY THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Twr DAII.T PImPATVH is deUrered Mi saKee ritter* at vi ri a ks < *c;s cs per wee*, par* Obie tothoeanler wi -kiy. NattedatM par annual; IS for ala mont!..; ll IO for thiee BBOtith*; BOn. toroio, mon-n TBeHKMl-WKKKLYlHMPATCIIattaiJar uanna*. ?* ti t..r*ix atonta*. Tba WKKK LY PIHPATCIt at ll per an aUBa*, SahacrlpHoiia In all e^ntm payable In ad? vance, anil no iwper cotiiiaued after the ex? piration of the tim* paid (or. Henri p??t oiric* money-ardar cheek, or reBTstnrml let tar. Carreac*- *, m hy mall will be at tba rtak of thoaender M-lwrrltHirs wishing their poBt-offloe cl,*ii?.vl miiHt Hire their old aa wallastbalrnewpoHt-ofnce. sample copies Brae. _ ANVKItTlsHNU ll v l i.s. ll A IT I Neil OR I.KMB. lUrne. .J bo 8 time*. 100 s tlmea-. 1 BO Slime*.. 8 70 18 times.,. ? ?0 1 month. ? W 8 mon I ha.3* 00 BoBdlnc uni ic-* In rcadlns-maUer type. 5 Hara or lesa, tl ; In nonpareil leatled. T? eeo ta. Carri of rales for more space ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACTS, AND GOSSIP. fllreis Sad Harker, tarsi Mattera-Waaa. lacira DeBBBcratB-TB* Blair ritsrsllss BIH-IVrssaal liesas, irroni Our Ref ular INwreetwident.] Wariuboton, January 29.?The viver-and-harhor hill waa printed last night and given members this morn? ing. I illili, in addition to the appro? priations I hare already reported, that 05,000 is appropriated for the continua? tion of the improvement on Dan river and thc same amount for continuing the iniprovcmint of New river, " in Vir? ginia." between thc lead mines, in IN*the county, and the mouth of \Vils|.ii\ creek, in Grayson county. For improvement of Hip Sandy river, in West Virginia and Kentucky. S2S.*HK??of which sum #2.5(MI will be expended on " Tug Kork " and $2,(00 SJI IdrriaB hork: for (ireat Kanawha river. W. Va., for continuing improve? ment. 8l7.r?.HM>; for (jiiyandottc river. W. \a.. 1**00 J for Little Kanawha river. W, Va., for continuing its im provcnient, #22,.'><)0--two thous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 30 January 1885

AU OVER THE STATK. TH E E A S T E li V S ll a fi K. ?ae ?.*r*ia-r.n-.*,,r.-I ., ria* tk* ll*ilr*?d. |l>r.rft'*|Bvmw?tv ot Um Kter*nvii..l 1> tapa I ch. ] OafABCOt K. Jan. '2*. |K.<*. Antoni; lb* seven schooners capture.) last week ctr Gwynn'* Uland for illegal dredging only one nat fi om lins section. 1li>* Whs tin schooner Itramhlctoii, be? longing to t'aptain tleorgs Evana, of langii-r Isbusd. Captain Fi ans ha* rt turriell home, nml (rives rather an amusing account of the lerror-sinekcn dredgers when lltst capture*!. Thc matter of one of the schooners olTenr.l to cwmpronuiac with Ihe authorities hy laving $200. but the offer wa**declined, anil the trial r* milted in the liberation of the captive* at a cont of about $K to csch yismI. The i? solution of the Hoard of the Chesapeake arni it* Tributaries permit? ting On *'(t*np wai first made known herc thrungli the Di spa'ch, ami created a belier feeling among the oysternten, though they ari- at a loss to know why Ihe res...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 January 1885

??* * THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHIRR M'MRF.K. 10.47!*. RIOHTaOND. VA.. SATURDAY MOTIN INO. JANUARY .11, I8M. _THRBB CENTS PEI! VOVY. OSS AND GAIN. iiuiiiii i. ?? l was taken slek a year ago With bil lona fever." "My doctor prrvnonnced me cured, but I got Bick again with terrible pains In roy hack and skies and I got so bad i Omni not move I I shrank I Kixim nsj pound* tn 1MI I ?ia<! been d?** lorlng ffr inv liver, hoi lt did me no _.*?!. t cl Ul not expect to live mure Ulan three month*. 1 Iteajan tu nae H?>i. Ritter*. IM reclls ins B|>i*-ll(e r.-turned. my pain* left soe. mv entire svslein seemed renewed aa if hv inaiftc. ami sft.-r usingSBveral bottles 1 Am nm nniv a* *f.untl as a sovereign bal weigh more than I did Iwfori*. Tn Hop Bit? ter* I owe sty ute. ' R. EirzeATKics. W.'ii,.Jnn? lt***]. i usiTrH ii. "Malden. Ma**.. Eehrnary 1. 1R80. Cen llciiitii -I snflerefl a*/ lt ti attack* of Mick kt?dache. ' Nrumlifia. female trouble, ft.rycars In the ?if*t l. ii ii. e nnd excru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 January 1885

5* THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. MY THE DISPATCH COMPANY. The HAILY lMHPATi'fl ls delivered lo SuiSH-riliersni nm.*.** rantsper week, pay? able io tho carrier weekly. Mailed st?? par annaa.: tn tot six months; |l..\o for throe months; B?V. Air ons month. Titos! 'MI-WKKKI-YliIMPATCIIattepar annum, or $1 for six months. Th.. WKKK KY PlHPATCII st ll par an? num. Kuftserlptlons tn all eases payable in s.l vanee, ami no paner continued after tin- ex? piration tit tho fl ms* paid bar. Mond >Kist iifttce money-aider, check, or reR.storeil let? ter. Currone)- sent by mall will lie nt the l-tak cd theaendor. SHiltaorHtom wishing their ?pnst-olTioe rhanaed must rive their old ss well os their new post-otftee. Hample ooplos fr**._ APVKUTI.HlNTi ItATKft. HALT IMTMOK LIWB. 1 lime. .? BO Slim**..... 1 00 ? tin.a-s . . 1 M Slimes. 8 Td i* limes. a eo J nisilb. ? ** amounis.??? oo Ken.ling not lees In resdlnr-mstter typo. .*? lines or leta, ll; In nonpareil leado.1. ?*, cents. t ard of mles for more s;...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 January 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACTS, NEWS. AND GOSSIP. Ta** jUrlfBltarai Ab*****!*"*** Bl"-Han Sall BBS IB* i.Hno ll" rrsarS BbiIIs llaa ITsirs* iVrftttaal. I Prom Our ltes?l?r ('orrespomfent.l Wi 1st I Will AW. .'annarv M, Wt agricultural appropriation lull provides that the rompensation of the (o.ntnis siii.cr of Afrrirultiire shall be $4.500; I lilt ft Uria. |*M0B| CSfiOf "f llivisl.,1. of sin'iiiits aii'l disbursing snaosr, 11,800. I lie assistant of the last-named officer is given ifl.-foi". Bini tlie stenographer *!.sr*', sml one engraver $2,00". There sre twenty-nine dotti in tin- ***enra] department willi lifieral salaries. Then ih* ie are firemen, laborers, fte. The appropriation in lah IsetSSfi of tin- lull aggragslaa 008.480. Ian) Oaananoal do* psrtiiiinf is siena $| 1.500, ami thc SOtO ntsfiVnjioal bnrons 121.000. Exponsoi of 11**' garden, inelutlinjr lin- salary of superintendent ami oilur Banters, |18,? 450. For seod for distribution, $180, '.'ci'; slati-li*-. 1109,000; animal...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 31 January 1885

A DRUNKEN CAPTAIN. ?J%*Cr****-t>r? Hnfuh Uark Kill Tfcelr C?e Hie la aVir-IW mrr. A London special rays : Thc crew of the tlritUh bark Wellington mutinied nnd killed the captain and severely Woondrd the mate. The captain ami nate, in defending themselves, wounded thrc* <>f tho cr*'w, Tbe mutineers, fir? ing shnit of hand** to manage the ship, mid inc ma being very rough, to avoid having the viwel wrecked, signalled a pawing Bteamer and were towed '.tito Plymouth, where tbe mutineer!* were placed under an est. The vessel left Havre January 2Int for New York, limier command of Captain Armstrong. When the vessel w?-i brought in her name waa painted out. The mutiny tenured on Monday off th? Scilly i?lati? s. Three of the seamen were ?inously hurl by pistol-shots. The captain's body waa found on board when the vcfHcl reached Plymouth. The mate brought the berk in. Later particulars concerning the mu? tiny as given by the crew are as fol? lows: Captain Armstrong had been drinking...

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