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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 February 1885

THE RICHMOND WHOLE K1TMIIEU. 10.480. iJmJMONl^^ FKBltFARY 1, 1885._TH KKK CKXT8 PKIt COPY. R 0 B ll BS ll H R KS !! !! .s. 60S EAST BR TUES! VI ti F? inn UTI bp\so cu I ll Mil 1 tm t mum Ol) DI. IL OO OL O <> T H II ?. OOO LUI Ott TUB. li,.;! BSS.TTTT no c; 18 8 a a * O ? "sh8 T OO STILLC0NTIBUE8, AN'D W rs nu* la anal al AWI BOODA IB OUR Ll TERMS beana sarrtisslng saanrhsrs, by February 1st bi ord Kim i s, If jron want CARPETS, nt vi INO- orCOOKINO-BTOVK Orr Hi: DRY LOOM*. MMIONN .tc. /'ak I* <? /. o a co. ONE lit Mildil CLO tRB, i ^l \1 IT J -ii BILE, BRO \ I IA ET, snd CLOTH Bil t" b lt! tn Bl I- ibu v,, bart |usl receivedslars* Inwloeof ll] \. K SILKS snd BILK RH tPAMER ked Bear Var* lm* i?.it.i io cos.- Bl ri, ut advantage to thc purchaser, The prices will bs tbs lowest hit nun,ci on si in Hst k.iv rh* ? sn Brst-clsax good* snd Ihe prices si which sse kiiiili s.il iiicio m.- decided bargain*. B's bsvs, during Ihe depression In trade ti* iv. >? advantage ol tbs low p...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 February 1885

1? BICHMOND DISPATCH. ?W TBB DISPATCH COMPANY. tr* IVAII.Y DtBPATim ts delivered to autswri 1*111 st ri wkrk i K*rr* n*r sr**olt. par* BBas to thc cartier vrccV'r, Matt>tt al ta Ber aavmiKi: *s mr sta mon trw; tl.ao fur throe BSaatlss; 60c. for oma mouth. TUeKl'Wl-ViXKKl.V lBMPATCHat ya per ?BarsAivi.iwtt for six ?mvith>? Tlis Bj-KKK I.Y lUHl'ATi'H at ll'sw an BBBaa, Bateau* lr* lon* in all cc**s paralils in ad ranee, and i?o raipur oonttnitod arter the cx BtraUon of th?? tinto pe ut for. Send r***t caBee money -artier,cn,-ok. or rcmstar?sal let? ter. CBltanni sent bj mal! will he at til* ItSfcOf thcsetiili r. HutwcrilMsrs wtshlnsthslr BeSf-ofCCft chsnetd mu*t Sive their oM BB well aa t hrtr new posuodlce. Marni** copies ?ec. _ ADVKKTIKIN*} li v 1 KA, IIAI.K I Ni ll OH I.Ban, 1 llrae. .$ BO Slimes..* . 1 00 S limes... . 1 ?0 Slimes . . 8 70 IS times .... . a so 1 n'.onth. B SS S mouths.3? 00 HesdlriK notices In reading-mailor type, ft lines ot les*, tl; in nonpareil leaded. T....

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

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACTS, NEWS, AND GOSSIP. i a Mer i SsetBlailsn*-Blvera and Harkers Oaesslttsu i?Uie?l? ? Waler B)sBl?l BM His A SSrsta- P* rasas I. I Prom Oar Regular tAjstrsBBondent J Washinoton, January S1.--1 met s New Yorker to-d<ty who hr s close friend of Mr. Cleveland, snd he said tlie Admin \t ration will be thoroughly lUroocmio. Ile thought that sll ef the short cuts to deprive the incoming! ?President from filling offices wi'.l be abortive. Saul he: "l>o you suppose that if a Sunday school were estab? lished Boh Ingersoll would be superin? tendent, or that its teachers would be followers of such an infidel?" I replied in the negative. " Then il<> iou think that a fight Mata upon the issue of ' turn tlie rascals out' BBB bc no changed after victory as to keep them all in? " 1 had to reply that I did not ste how any such result could bc cvjiected. 1 did not care to tell him that I knew Mr. Cleveland would do all that he anticipated. The fact is that. BBf Re...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 1 February 1885

?-??'??'.?? ... ?1.11 I .. ID* THK UBIES. WIGHTS OF BALMY DAYS. eese BeaBlaa Tarnma Ree Atwaii** ?? th* Berts mt Bariaa Bas Kwiaavr. teat rniesrs carly this veer, says Har. I Sss*** Beear, and mott nant* arr already displaying tire new colton goods that are made un during; the quiet of the Lenten seaaon int* summer drosses. Tua novelty among these is a soft sutton without any dressing, called Caine crape. Because of the crinkled effect given hy Ba peculiar twilled surface, a itu tiny raised figures. This comes ia al) the light snd ?hli cute colors of silk cra|>e, ciel bine, cream, reseda. fa*lc<l rose, ncwly blowu ruse. Carine pink, pearl grey, snd brown, and it may bc had in plain colors or wilh the small figures that are Seen on the fashionable Chinese silks; Stover hoad ead leaf pattern-, with sprays, stem clusters, snd branches, are among the pretty design*. In other aew cotton fabric* it is noticeable that light color* greatly outnumber the dark blue, red, and brown groun...

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 February 1885

sag JhWM>i^HbjHHI *P^: THE WHOLE N TM HER. 10.481. RICHMOND, VA.. Tl KS DAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1885. THREE CENTS PER (Oi'Y. 351 1BBI RSBTF. BTATBaTBBT._^rt ?^TH ANNUAL REPORT MANHATTAN l.IFK-INSI'RANKK COMPANY. 0t NKW YORK. BJaS, Ititi A50 158 IlKOAI.'A AV. nilli A NI7.KD IN ISM). President. HKNRY hToKKS. lint Vice-President, J. I* HAUSKY. BJSSSSMl Vlce-lYealden*. BL H. HTOKKM -..-rretary. ll. Y. BBSBPIiB. Actuary. H. N.MTKHB1NB. iiKdUTH (IF tm (MMPANY. Net Aaseta DecMiilwr SI. . I'm. flO.4U6.ftOS 48 lo. onie Aer-oiiuts. yeer 1884 . V.OSS.Bild SO Total...-.118,482.0,18 78 dihrcrsf:mknt?. laid claims by death. maUired endowments. Slid pas tneiit Of siiiiulil'-s.f-Sflo.'iM *?* Paid dix m-nds.. 2 74..'.**' 64 J's.'l purchase*! polleles . . isa,HOB 88 1'aid salaries, of rice ssc-ic sr, si estate, comm lu? nion*, taxes. Ineillcal ilc|i?tt inerit. adsertls Ing, ant) oilier expcnsea . VPS 206 .15 1.41.V9S1 09 ll*lance.fll.046.04-i 70 1.1ST OF AMSKTS. (ssh on hsnd.f 5M 88 *'siili in Iw...

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 February 1885

punnu attlTMOKD DISPATCH. muaZ |?Jir THE DISPATCH COMPANY. t*e BAILY ntwPATCil Ss delivered to Bataan hr rs nt nniiiKi KKi>iperw-.-ek. pay Bute Ht the tarrier wrath ly. MaBed at M i?-r ant***; f.l roi six months; $1.BO for throe mmilIts; ftOr. fort.ne month. TkerOMlV. KKK IA IHMl'ATCHstfhiper tHittiim, ti)-<t fords a i on (ts a The V; KKK LY IMKtVATV.ll at ll om an* Hiirstrrlrdir.ns In all ensos payaMe in ad >?isfo,ati?l no i<tprr rtwittnued after the ra t*l rat .on of the tims paid for. m. nd po?t uBVre monry-wrder, cheek, or realsteriHl let fa>r. CHrreneysent hy mail will be al the ats* of thrsriHlor. HutsteTtbers wishing their BUSt-olTsse changed must give their old SS wall ss their new p.wi-.,;Hoe. sample copies tree. _ Al>VKRTl**lN(i !t\TKH. iiai.r tarn OR i.sws. llime. ..1 80 Burnes.. . 1<X> 8 lino*. . 1 BO Slimes.f.. B 70 IS timm.. . eeo 1 month. ? M 8 months.S3 00 nerdins notices In reading-mailer typo, ft lima or le**, ll; In nonpareil leaded. T5 sea...

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

TIIK NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACTS, NEWS, AND GOSSIP. transl sad Ik* ra?le?t-Vlrglals ?taii'm la laser***-Th* Vlrslsls in?? Cases Britft ans rVrseesl*. IKrom Ger Regular Correspondent. 1 Wahhinhtox. February 2.?The Wisconsin people sre perfectly confi? dent that Mr. Vila*, of their State will go into the Cabinet. Ho figured, it will l?e rcnic*nl>cred. most conspicuously at Chicago, and thc report is that he is not only the most hrillisnt lawyer in the Northwest since Sonstor Csrpcn l.r's death, hut that his practice Muli him in $J.r?,0o<? a year. The explanation of this appointment is that Democrats can hope to gain more reinforcements from that sec? tion than from such States as Ohio and Illinois. The Reneral belief had been that Imliaiia would press ex-Senator Mt fionalil for a position in the Cabinet. Thc report, however, lion in Indiana circles is that in the interview li ? tween Yioc-l're-iiloiit-clei t lion.fricks sin! Mr. Cleveland tho former op? posed the appointment of Mr. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 3 February 1885

VISITING FBATERS, ImaissalsOla Battas* Bsiaratas Haas* Arc Mary Comroandrrv. Knight* Tesv faVBvs No. 88, of Philadelphia, Pa., rc fBxuanted by cifhty-twti Sir Knights Bad thirty-five ladies, who hsd been on B visit to tbe New Orleans Kxposition, Bttetnpted to pass through our cky yca trrday on their way horns; but they Urcre slopped cu route by Richmond Oouttoandery, So. 2, Knights Templars, abo took thom to their asylum. St. Albans Hall, comer Third snd Main streets, snd slier an eld Virginia wcl ?o*ne, took them in carriages to tbe lu-incrpal points of interest in snd around the city. After a sumptuous dinner sud Mindry eloquent snd ps trkstic speeches tbe visiting Sir Knights and ladies weir driven to Kl ba station, where their coaches were in waiting. and, amid hearty hand-shakings and fraternal cheers, they were permitted to resume their journey. The Sir Knights and ladies in the |*srty represented thc wealth, intelli? gence, and beauty sf the City of Broth? erly Ix*ve. Among 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. — 4 February 1885

vsr**1 ?'*</.'?% .v *u*yr.?". i n .iipiyiwf<wy?.f,VT-y.y*.\!!: THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. WHOLE NUMBER, 10.482. RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY MOANING. FEBRUARY 4, 1885. _THREE CENTS PBR (Oi'Y. /MJ T I 0 I'RA. THE ONLY KFMKDIKK FO|{ T1IF. SKIN AM) HLiniD t'NIVKRXALLY OOMMENDED. William T. Totten. ?7a north Tenth uliwl. rtitladel|*iie. rerairta Him one of ttl* cu? lomnrntN lo him incidentally thal hit ?m feeling ao well and had gained twenty* teven i*ron<la In the laat year, ail of which he ?(Hll'iit<i! I<> a nvstematlc course of thc (HUI ha HF.hoi.VF. NT, which hu. |t.??-?-1 effectual when nil other HMM felled. - tau i om beck. Cherie* lltady, Homervllle. Mah*., who rc Itu to Dr, J. J. Vt'otal. ilrngglsT of timi city, eenuin, io h wonderful cum of ruanui *r>re* on the neck, which had heen treated by huapllal iihyalclana without < ure. and which v!elUe,1.w.mj>lctcly to the tTTMTKA KKMKUIFH. CURES HY ITTICI'KA. M> akin-dlacaar. which restated several popular reined...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 February 1885

THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. ET THE DISPATCH COMrASV. The DAILY DISPATCH ls detlrared to aateerlbersat vinnie* cicxr* per week, pay able to the carrier weekly. Malled at IS per annum: lt for six months; 81. JO for taree months: ivoc. Saraga] bunill. TheM V MY KKK f.Y DISPATCH nt tl per annum, ot tl for six months. The WKI.KI.Y DISPATCH at tl per en? an*. Subscriptions tn all casca payable In ad? vance, and no pn|s>r cotitInued after thc ex? piration of the limn paid Pw. Send r*art office mouey-erdcr. check, or registered let? ter. Currency scot by mall will be at thc rlakof thcaendcr. Niitsv'rlherswIshliiK Ho ir post-oftice chanced luiist Sive their old aa a-all na their mw post orTtce. Sample copies fre*._ ADVKKTISINO RATER, a a ur men on i.naa. 1 lime.~J 60 8 tlinea.- * 00 | Omi* . 1 B0 8 tlmne-. * ? 1J tUnea . 6 SO I n twilh. ? ?8 8 months..85 00 Rcsdlr.c nothve In reading-matter type, .'. line* or leas, tl ; In nonpareil leaded. T6 nen ta (ard of rates for more space furnished on a...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 February 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACTS. AND GOSSIP. Tfce Bsakinpi Bllll-lnWaei Saeealatlsn* i.srienl ans hlararS-lnterrailsnal BUB ?f talina- Persanal. (From our Re8"!?r Correspondent.] WAIHI?to n. February 3.?A number of Virginians wore here to-?Uy, and they said thai with propercanifiiiates for State officers and with an active canvas* thc State ian he carried by a , larder majority fur the Democracy than heretofore. They were right. Thc op? ponent* of the Democratic party can niter again make a stronger light than against t'leu-land m November '.asl. ni HAN KIM KT HILL. 'lln.se aim hate been most active in fut warding tho bankrupt bill admit to? day tbat UM course Of the House last night killi il it. They do not seem to appreciate ihc opposition of southern people lo it. because they do not know how 1 tn- former law w.is exceutud in -nuilicrii communities. Thara sro a liomin r ol 1.millern people herc who seem to feel lin- gteatesl interest in this measure I III IM lil- l Al I roM MLI...

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

MILDRED KISS!-U/S LETTER. ART ST* DIES IN FLORENCE. BJlMlea ftcrtUes-Trta Banana! MOs-aan Bai<8 Brannan- Mantra BalniMM*- A nattai Bveaa-UawSMsa-" mullara. lB|?re!al mrresponiletie* of the taaBaBBB.] Fison KMT, January 10, ISf-.V Tbe holidays of this season of thc jeer are now at an end, and Florence is wt lit-ip down to its usual routine after the pleasure-taking of Christmas, New Year's, and. tho greatest of all, the least of tbe Epiphany. The Oth of January is a general holiday, and the evening; before the I tai ian children hang baskets out of tbe windows, hoping the Kings of thc East or tbe good fairies will put something in them; snit no doubt they are rarely disappointed. A Biistusn service of two weeks is being held in the Cathedral, ead admonitions Mintons il.livered three times a day, wilh tbe object of stirring up the peo? ple to a stricter observance of the ordinances of the Church and the cul tiratioa of a deeper religious life. Along two of thc huge arches and reach...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 February 1885

; '-^yTWJrTl^ THE RICHMOND DISPA WHOM NUMBER, 10.483. RICHMOND, VA.. THURSDAY MORNING* FEBRUARY 5, 18*5. _THREE CENTS PEI? MPV. WOMAN'S SlTPRRlSi. AND RR ?? uar. Those languid, ttreaome sensations, caus? ing > nu to turi scsroely able tat he on smir feet; that constant drain that ls taking fmrn \ on rs.. sta m all Ita former elasticity. driving the Noami from jroor cheeks; lhat continual strain upon your vital forces, ren? dering ron Irritable and fretful, mn easily be at inna asl hy the uar of that marvellous remedy llaip Bitten. In-con la mitta and tib stnit-iii.ns of your system are relieved at ann*-*, while the special catlee of perlodlco! pain are permaoenlly remnved. .Natue tr reive sa> much benefit and none are so pro? foundly grateful and show such an Interest In recommending Mop Hitters as women. A I*OHTAI. CARI>ST*>RY. I was atti-cted wlih kidney anal urinary Trouble? ? ) a.. ts ri ve years!" Arter trying all th?* doctors and ptilent ?siedleim* 1 a-a.uU! hear o...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 February 1885

tKS RICHMOND DISPATCH. MT TBE DISPATCH COMPASV. Tua HAILY DU4-ATTI1 I* delivered to an**rrlher?si rn-* isy-.v t*v*ii-***er wee*. *??.*? OW* lo the carrier week ly. Malled at ?? |?r nunum; ll f?r sta months; 11.10ror three Mumllia; lOr. fntaine nia*sitb. TheHKM!-M KKK IA IHKPATOlIotll per nanum, or ll ww six wiotiih*. Tko WKKKl.Y nisl'ATiTI at ll per ??** nus. UnMrrlptloris tn all ease* payable In ad? vance, and no 'siper eontlnned after ths >? > ntTOWon of Hie time paid for. Wend i*?xt oOee Riotrcy-order, cheek, or reals!**rod let? ter. CMiraney arni br nial! will lie at the flak ol Hie sender. Miitwcrtber* wishing th*lr post-office chniitfctl must give their old ss Will aa their new |*a?t ?>,:'*?*. Sample ooplw tteo._ ADVKRTIHINO KATER. BAU INCH Ott LM, lttiwe.t M) gtlwtew. 1 00 I times . 1 ?0 0 limes .??. ? 70 latin***. i*"0 1 mi an th.-. ? tn I month*.*8 00 Reading m>tlees In rrodlnf-inatler type. 5 linea or lews, ll; In nou-sirell leaded. T6 eon ta. <*ai*d ia* rat...

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 February 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACTS, AND GOSSIP. iimi Ur iin?.ua>aBiershlp-Th? laltau CboiUb- Mr. UsrSatar and the raatart Persaaol I ? ???? (From * >nr Regnlac f**re?an|*titidenli,] WamiinoTON, Fehruary 4.? The President has expressed an opinion that lieneral GfUwt should he put on thc re? tire! list of the army, with the rank ami pay of lieneral. This sectus to he Hie predominant opinion. Ile has nisti ? aged badly *ime he wu I'regidcnt, hut his militar*. services, his friends claim, entitle liim to the highest consideration at the hinds of his countrymen. The ;s< i ilia! ! t/-.li.iin Porter was not done ju .lu. I., tum not *nter into this case, ItecBusc it stands on its own merits, nu: ll.MM-ls Si:\ATORSIU|'. The Democratic caucus of Hie Illinois Legislature grill meet to-morrow nij?ht. and Representative Morrison, who was in thc HOWM lite rival of Mr. Randall, will bc nominated. Ex-Representative Tarter Harrison, who has heen mayor of ('lm ul'", ll his t>].ponent. The ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 5 February 1885

MES. DUDLEY ISTERVIEWED. ?Abai Ulna, Tsis n^r taratan Hisrraaer. I New York Tm*a*s. | Ai Mrs. Dud!t-t sat in a low chair ny the stove in the prison her every Waoveuicnl spoke of extreme tranquil? lity. She wore a soft, clinging black dress, made with considerable attempt at trills and furbelows. A neat while roller was the only relief to the sombre lii.l which she allowed herself. Her Hf bt. glossy bair was braided neatly at the bark nf her head, which was deli* 4-a.trly shaped. Mrs. lindley was eitbci i-tuiarkaldy rosy naturally or flushed from tbe recent excitement. Ab her ilemeanor, however, spoke of internal ealmness ber color anas probably nothing l.ut tbe healthy type of the I/Oiidon-brcd girl. At limes she put on spectacle! and glam eal at ber questiouerK search inply. Mrs. lindley was strongly disinclined lo talk. When she did speak, how? ever, it was with ranch volubility, and a well-braed, ordinary English accent. Mk* interspcrsawl birr remarks with little ebullitions of 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. — 6 February 1885

-..? W ;'?"-?'"" I*,*.- .".. ?'??* ?- ,.;. ??;.*<* , ?*-*??;.?<, *,*;-?-? ,'W^MHHHHH nrTTTi1 WHOLE NUMBER. 10,484. rkSmOND/VA.. FRIDAY MORNING* FEBRUARY 6, 1885. _THBBR CTN** ***&& ODIT* ._,!._.. L-_ la a_? M OTHER'S FRIEND! A ftMHPMN "WIN TX) WOMAN. WORD OF rRATsE. I moat enrnenUy entreat every female needing na-ti a rema*-*!-- louae Mother's Keller. Coupled with lilia entreaty I will aald that durtts-r. m tatt*, oi-aletrleal practice .forty-four yean*'. I have nerer known lt to fall to pro? duce the Intewtdr-d effect, IL J. HOLME8, M. D. A lady from one of the counties of Middle tii-oifta writ***: " I have disposed of all tha Motlier a Kt lend yon aent me, and 1 am de lialite.l with ll. In every Inatance where It ha* hern trued ll* efTccta have heen all that I ea.nial auk. I consider lt a great blessing." A dlatlngnltthed pliyticlan of Mlat.a-.ippl wrilea: "Every one needing lt ahould nae thc Mother's Erleud. for during a long ob atetrtr practice 1 have never known l...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 February 1885

MCHMOND OLSPATCH, TUM DISPATCH COMPANY. iffca' l>AIL\ DtxrATUlI la dftlt-ftreti* te rlbenatrilTIK*i* KXTspera-eeK iat* ? (eVhaie-rrlerwiM'ktr. Malled al*M pei I; **". a>l atx Moates; tt.&O for three llb*; toe, for ame mon th. YkeUKMI-XN Kl- Kl,Y DlKl-ATCH at 99 poi nUDau, or*l for ida anon th*. the "WkEKliY DIMJ-ATCH at fl per an* Mun. a*ahmilpM?na In all eaeaa payaltle In ad, eaaee. artU no paper oontlnned after the ea ftiettof* of the time paid for. Hem) pnat ' aaatNt moner-?n*'er. cheek, or rantislered let? tie. ChrTaney hc)ii by mall aili be at the "Mcortheieiadt-r saramiberawishingthaii nesn-mWiem elmr-i; <l i'iuet glvi their ..lil m "tren oi Iheir aa w p. ac. -oUVoe. Ha iu pie copi** APVKRTI<MN? KATKH. RA Ll IX-H OR Ll*-**. 1 Um*-.-...?. so Btlrrea. I rn) a ilma*.. . l io atlniea.?.. . 8 70 lltimee.. 190 1 Bionih. . 0 18 I month* .. .ar. 00 Reaitlng nol ieee lu reading-matter ty-*- 5 Mott ot leas, tl: in ncni-wrell leaded. T5 reata. Cant ot rates for mora apace...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 February 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. NEWS, FACT, AND GOSSIP. Ott. nartaor-ti Cfcam-e. f*r Bgg CaMoet r. mi nairn- Mellaa-TlM Talk ar tha ?'?nm; j a*. tProm Our Regular C*trraa*?a*?ndenl.* "WaSIIINOTON, February f>. 1 ?*.*..? The impression prevails hen that the movement ?**n the part of Virginians to jtlace Mr. Barbour in the Csbinet will result in making him Postmastcr-One ral. He i* admirably suite*! to this position because of his experience as a railroad official. Apart from thi< he han the administrative ability necessary for the place. All the Virginia alclega tion a ant Mr. Harbour in th" Cabinet, ami for nonie tim*' have been urging him to ac**ept their assistance in In- behalf. Il ii notv understood tliat be nil! accept if appointed. It seems io lu* conceded lhat .Senator ("'irland trill Le made A Hornev-<ieneral. That al?o looks well for the .South, l.e uu-<* nothing will he done hy him tending to do injustice to your station. Those who knew him when at Richmond Wornt g membe...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 6 February 1885

m CLEVELAND tN NEW YORE. . Mooan) M M-rat aav 0*? Wt* faa Wv. ta* rtM-ta-attuM. IJ*frw Vo^tt'r1??r*.???a.* !Ye???tde?t.*?..eet Cleveland came to the ?Sty Wednesday night rn truly demo OVulte fkshion. The Chicago express, which vraa due at 10 o'clock, brought evita. Ile did not escape, however, the annoyance of delay common to thc or? dinary traveller, for tho train was forty five minutes behind- time nilen it rolled into the tirana! < Vi it ral ntntion. There hod been quite a crowd at the station on tbe arrival of the 7 o'clock train, on which there waa 0 ebonee that Ih- might come, and a tood-aiaed gathering- awaited the '.> o'clock train, lint when, shortly after? ward, notice was posted that thc ex? press ba*l lost nearly sn hour, those in Wailing fell away. After that it was only the usual score or so that moet every train, supplemented by Police Captain SchsKe, resplendent in gold braid. Inspector Byrnes, and William Benedict Donhee, who is a personal friend of Mr. Clevel...

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