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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 13 March 1885

THR WCHMONI) DISPATCH. MT TEE DISPATCH COMPANY. The WAILT DRtPATCH la delivered to gBh*rrl*ver*al rirrr.r v < t.s rs per vee.-*, ons RW* to ttl* carrier weekly, M*tl~* *.( le per Banam; IS tor itx month*: Sl.SO tor (Jaree Hrraolh*: r.Oe. tarome mooth. t-rHKMl-WKKKI.V Hli-PATVllat W pot annum url 1 torelx month*. The R'KRR-Y MHPATCH at ll per an nam. numerlptlons In all ea*M navahte In ad vane*, and no paper continued after the el mratlou of Ihe time paid Sar. (tend poet tmto nioo.*j--*rdfr cheek, or re*!*l*r*d let? ter. tVu*r*n?V sent Ivy mall will lie a( the rl*a Of (he rentier. Sn! ascii lier* wlnlilo* their peat-oBle* changer! ti.nat give their old aa ?well ?? their new pmi-otiit-e. Hatnple ooples **?** _-___-?-? AHiVKRTlHIM' KATKK. HALS l"lttOBI.KNB. itime. -fi M StlltMW-. I00 s lime*. . * ?? ? tinea-. . ? ?? liumea. . 5 ao 1 month. . ? tt a month*.?a oo Readine notice* In readtna-matler type. 8 line* or lem tl: In nonpareil leaded, Tl centA OarS of ratea for more spaee furnl...

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 March 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. TACT, NEWS. AND GOSSIP. \l ilalsas aaS Ike Federal ??ces-Cslstsel He re lier-Fire In a CfcarrB-rereenal-Brler Vis. Ileitis. ' From our ltcs:u!sr t'onv-aponilent.] Wasiiinoton, March 1*2.?In addi? tion to the Virginians already named he me as being here thc following are among the last arman.: .Indue . ? uislv, of Culpcper: .lolm K. Cliil ,li*ey. ll. U. Talisferro. .lohn A. ('ur? ns, (ieorge A. Ainslie, and John M. Higgins, ot Richmond ; John Neely, of Noifolk; 0? 0. Tsiliaferro. of Prince Kdward: Colonel \\. K. Aylett. of King William. and Nant Snowden, ot Alexandria. There are several pi moment Pctcrshnrgcrs herc who are working for a Petersburg successor to Collector Brady. Virginia Kcpresenta iivc-. are greatly in dcmatul and have lint few moincnis they csn call their (iv?n except when they go into con? td euee with closed doors. Colonel II. r. Peyton and Major Tyler, of l/ou lioun. are here. lion, .lolm lUndolph Tucker has returned. vindlNIA and thf rWVWMAL...

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 March 1885

%mB TBE HEIRS orilM.ooo. i mi tis-t-s a "WlaSlsvi'-IKi'f -stI-Ks-i Ona m we-n-oiens. l*a?*e YoraTrlhiiive.l Welter We*****, the m.ilwrtakrf of 4W"J*d*dim, t. 1.. has been enti rtaraing . "na auffs) unnirere* for -some months Ct* in tbe pe***on of Thomas .lames ?u'R-f*-. sn Knglish boy whom Bonnes -and eeerybtaly el"*-^sAcj?a<v<cd to be pen llUs but who hs* "Hidden!v developed 'roto tbe h<)X-*tW a large fortune On 1*ueu}nfi,**'$ri. Newnes was i-uictly tmmjfing the ' ?? I*oraonals" in thc JneraUl when ber eye fell upon fat Before in* liing the children of rn dreorge Raw Imp i lo call upon William Boich, at t 'hamlwrs and William street--, aa they might there team something to theo ad va n? isp-s. Mts. Bowncs st oiic' made the astonished Thomas, whose lather's nanto was tJeorge. promise her tbe handsome si -silk dress thst could be bought in New York and a sealskin Barque for ber daughter. Thomas premired all. aad took an early occasion se call upon Reich. What bc learned ther...

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 March 1885

.. .......... ............... - ---------------- -------- -- - ----- ---------- --------- --- ---- ---- --- -- - - - . .. ..... ------ - ----------- ------ ... ... -------------- - ----- ]vJ ii T ii f THC. MOST BPlTCIKNT. IS HT LAB. AND OK THIH A POSITIVK I'l'IlK CUR KYKRY KO HM PIMPLES Ti I . MVKRSALI.Y COMMKNPKD HY I'HY IIIRnreiliiCTTHK Ulsnt.l (RINO HI Mt irs llnmlllstlna Kruptlotts, Itching and BurnuiR Tortures Salt Rlieuui. Eczema. Psoriasis. Bari-er > lull. More Kyee. Scald Head. Dandruff*. In? fantile or Birth Humors, and every specie* of llrliintc, Healy, Pimply, Scrofulous, ami Copper-colored Diseases of Uio Bkln arni Scalp, with l.ts-xnf Hair, are positively curetl hy theO thura Rbsolvbxt Internally ami Ci'TU'cra and Citktba Soap externally HAD BLOOD, Bcrofulous, Inherited, anti CoiitHsrioiis Humors. (nanular swelling* Ulcerous Patches tn the Throat ami Mouth AhtM-ease*. Tumors. Carhunclea. Blotches Sores. Scurvy. Wasting of the Kidneys anti t'rtiiary Organs. Dropsy. Er...

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 March 1885

WCHM0N9 MSfATCE rf nw dispatch company. HAILY Hlht'ATt'H I* d4***t**d to thai*tl rsatBKB l-BBT* fa?T Waa*. POT >**t*we*nlerwe*iviy. Mr-iied at sa par annaat; ta tnt ~>v moulds; tl. SO fur lb re* aaatUb*: SOe. ft** mn. nianUt. fna>HRMH\*i i KKl \ HlttPATnHat 89 r*v BUHU m nit I for Mx tsrantlis. Tb* WKKKLV HlsPATCll at SI a*r an nena. ftata.sr.piio,,. i? an ct** r*y*We in ad Vane* and no |*?|*?r cnnUnued after tho et atnilHtri of the lime paid fttr. Hand jwat ante* B-MBtev-anler. check, or reulstered let? ter. I'm reno eent hy mall will tr* al the rta* of the sender Hnhacrlher* tr tshlng their mom-otne* chaine*,! mnat nive .heir old aa wet! aa their nea pntt-ofnc*. sam pie copi*** ffrae. _________ ? ADV! HT1HIN0 KATK8. ll*. I I ICU OK !.??*. linne. .?? W tllrne*... I 00 8 tlsotav. l -0 etim**....-.-.-. ? 10 Ullin**-. * *? t UNYMh. . ? M a mouthe.? SS 00 Head I na noUcca in rea<tin?-maner type. 0 lines or less, ll; In nonpareil leaded, TS eent*, (*ard ot* rate* for more ap...

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 March 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. FACT SEWS, AND GOSSIP. The Braal* Oatmltteea-JaBB a*--**** IM? iraatlrd Ihr Natal tUaatVti-?i Vlr. ?!aia*a riaiaas- penatnal liesa*. | Prom Oor Bearttlsr OorraBpondenl.' VV tsiiiNuToN,March 13.?Thecotn mittees were announced to-day, and Serat or Makone remains chairtnan of Public Holloing*, and is on the Com? mittee on Post-offices. Senator Rid dlebergcr is again chairman of Manu? factures, and is on Naval Affairs, the district of Columbia, and Railroads. I loth arc on oilier committees of less imjfortancc. Senator Ransom, at his own request, was left off the Commit? tee on Appropriations. Mr. Heck stated. because his health in the closing days of the session is not equal to the great labor imposed on this committee. Senator Ransom takes Mr. Ha jard's place as chairman of Private l.-tmi i launs. (Joxernor Vance goes on thc (?'inaner Committee. Mr. Sherman, with pointed emphasis, declined to serve on the Finance Committee, and it was stated to-night that he did ...

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 March 1885

a> Sa*,-,*... ? ii'iBin ? ? i- <i ???. il . '?"" iRffK STATE AT LAtOR tWPttSBVEO AND W1C1S1TY. '1Bb***>88 fall BBrtmaS -VattmsrH l**t*-**~ Mt-v-f-aaftil B??lval. of the BiclimooO tilapaMi. | pRTBTtBBTB?e Marvh M. .K85. Rev. TbomaaW. Atkinson, of North Owtflina, baa declined the call recently 'watended him by thc vestry of Grace tBaorth to become tbe assistant to the Met. Hr. Gibson. He doe* not feel jus? tified In leaving his present Held of la? bor. The church, however, it is hoped, mill ant lori*; be without an assistant rector. The corsgregation is a large and ?yrowing one, and the work thrown upon Ibo eenerable and beloved rector is too Bleat for one man. At a recent meet inn of the congrega? tion of the Berna Street BsytJst church lt was determined that instead of build? ing a hew edifice, as has for some time Ci St been contemplated, they would en rge and reinodol the present church fer temporary ase. Tbe congregation nome time ago purchased and paid for a handsome lo...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 March 1885

*y?is*pt^^i^r* THE n s=_a_ WHOLE NUMBER. 10.516. RICHMOND. VA. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 15, 1885. THREE CB-fT* PER OOFT. _? _\jkm I /..uatiueiiif AtwirrirB .' AL ti WEES, laJXTH AND ltmia 1> -STREET-. Rim Ihe lil of Mareh eon,** ?prta-is.OB la "*ias hs*K_ek*eper* ge nerally ref ar* li tBcir linen*. Be. We have noted th'iftac ?nd trllh our OMial net iv ern?I we made Bid for an Irnm?w eon* Stn men t Bf LINE ? iDt*. Ky offering Hw Importer co*to * ??.(then.*! our own prk***. The entlr* lt Ute >it*.t ari'.ved. *?! *re va-orthv of yoi . \?ti. i?ii..ii. The a*o<-a_ are all nett. The ai. ailwKind and non* ?r* damaged. Tl prt-seaaiv exceed) nat* law, There are ?boi ?7f. renmano.nf IRISH LINEN. Hie .-uatli that-dh at 40c.. w**ell*t 20e. ayarl. I TOWR-1 .a Pt RKIINEN MOMIEToVVE thal ia newrly one and a i|U*rler yard* lot ?ell* at ti lo tte. lu tilla lot we can *??!' f> 17c cr fal per dort*-. A! 12'-jr. lhere lal KXTRA-HI/,1 FANCY-r-TRlTE li HACK TOWRI. Hutt moally *el'??t 80c. I I*.-...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 March 1885

RICHMOND DsSPATCH ? -f f MX DISPATCH COBPANT toe r?JU?.Y IKsrATi'H is SeHTeee-1 a oatstwili-srsalrirntaM rs-.--mtweek.mr eWe-loUn-1siTlerweekly. MaileiialM pe fMttfnm; ff* for six months: 11.80 for tare. ?Mouths: ooo fTsrrmen..-M.!i. TB?f?>.MM\ KKK1.Y UImPATCKM W pe BDrVCm. or ft for Six month*.. Tlie UKI KI.Y IWsl'ATt'H Bi ll eec an anni. Buirsenptlons ia all eases pay-able tn ad venee. st.ft no paper costume.! after the ex pitation ot tbs time l*.i't for. Hand post tt-fltoe money-4*n_?r. check, or i-ea.'stei*e-1 let tor. Currency sent liv mall will ba at thi rfakol th"sender. Ku'-?'t-''-c*s wishing theil psVI-oOice changed mt?i (ive their old a) wall as t in-lr new pont-?"i)c--. Ham vie eoptei Bree. _ Al?VKRTISJN(i HU IX it alf inch or. vans, l ilma.~.A sc Sliins--.-. 1 <X s timi*.. i f?(i etintce. . ? "*? U limes ... ... S SO l n,(M>lh-.. ? 8? sn-onth-s..ss oe Meadine notices In -re-adine-ii-aiterr tyne. I lines or lem. tl: in bonparell leaded, rs emla. lard of rates for...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 March 1885

THE NATIONUCAPHAL. FACT* BEWS, ABD GOSSIP. Tea ales* rae ?a* fSavs-Cssa-HssUwer af i? >rr-?l Bf-*?.????) hu Kamcamm-TOm ?'???? sm (????. I Prom Ow Rra-alar C.*Tiea**s**niVnt.l IV \ sn i N oro*. March 14.?There a a*, no sesaion of the Senate to-day, and tho House si<Ie iras dc-tortcd. In fact, your i-s-presentative, with an ex . hsplain of the narr ami ex-Repre scutatire Franklin, of Missouri, whose father wen! from Stafford county, Va., were the only persons, except a page ?yi two, who were in the hall. There were few visitors about thc building, and the conclusion reached was that iii the last few days a geest many De? mocratic representatives and applicants far oftc* hare left Washington. The President and Cabinet are too alow for the boys in mak? ing removals. One of them, by the way, waggishly aaid to a brother oftk-e-seeker that he had been making a ?ilstion. and had f-w-ertained that it will st the present rale of removal take inst fifty-seven years and nine months lt " ...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 15 March 1885

SsViiiim ...... n?ss.?> rt w Ul over the statr. TBE EASTERN SHORE. BHaraifasar*-. Bi ism rsiMaraatii *rV-e-n*?*> Aart-raiia*-al. ttfonaB*-n*A4ent-?nf lats HlchmotMi riama ts-*, | Onabixx K. March 14, ll***.. Hy a rcvent order of the Treasury Bepertmt-nt the appointment of ligtit boese-kccpers on the Kaatern Shore af *? vrgiaia baa r-een Tested in the oolloctos ot customs a*. Norfolk. This is cre? eling .somewhat of a sensation ameng i sae aamerntia candidates bets, who neem lo kare been under tho impression that the appointment* ifould be mad* ia Washington on the rt commendation ot Mr. Cse-\ton. A Mirct assemblage Ailed St. James SpiMopnl church in Drnmmnndtown Thursday evening to witness thc mar? riage of Miss Linnie 8, Powell", one of Onanceck's most attractive daughters, ta Mr. i ieorge F. Parramore, son ?f ?ledge Thomas C. Parramore, and a rising young barrister of this county. They were attended by teu couples of bridesmaids and groomsmen. TIh> eeremeny ever, thc brid...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 March 1885

DISPA -.ni---Sal WHOLK NUMBER. 10.517. RICHMOND, VA. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 17, I88.V THREE CENTO TER COPY. ..I ii,i,iB**l'/itfr IWVRVlP.WBn ?A*M BTATWBEBTa. ?""xA'VV /V*-** -**V y*os**s/*-r* s'" RKI'OrT OK THB('0\1>1T|n\ 0 THE PLANTERS NATIONAL BANI OK RHHMO.ND, VA.. AT RICHMOND. I. THK SIM). Ol' VlRiilNlA, AT Till (IjOHE VP Kt MlNKMM MARCH 10. ISM SKSofBClca. Issmsanil discount* 51 ???***,15J I i-ven'rafts 4.448 4 I nitid stain hon.lii tows-ore i'll** illation 50.000 0 United Xlates lionds to scenre n>|-?-sits HMioeo o l Uh. rsi's Ks. ls.n.ls ?i,,l ni..I I - s.oso o In. rt.1.1 ep|*ro\ed reserve ?genie.?~. 143.SOT Bi I'ik- irs.in ..lb. r nstlniisl banks BISIB Ol Mie from Mate hanks sud benk.-. bi.ttO X Heaie-?*si? luii.umT.eudflx ior-* ga.s-ta ?? tturreni > vp. uses sod tases pent S-OoK 0 Pivmiiiii'H tsild m.tM ft (Teets Slid ?>lher cash items NI B l-:-..Tistis.-?a-reiesriiia-hou?_- ?_7.17li .*. Kills of ot ber bunks _7.*?00 0 r'f-etluiial pap*1" 'orren. ?? . nk-kels. s...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 March 1885

YUK RICHMOND DiiSPATC! BY TBE DISPATCH COBPAN) Ttie I.AH-Y DIUt'ATVH a ooHeereA seBKTt hf.** at wran* t-a-na par moen, pa; aWetothet*?rrifixrw*>-.|(H. MalU-d aAH jv anaam; ta far six Months- li.sot-r ibr. sseatBa; soe. ftwoea in.wiih. rheBKMIs'B'VKXI.Y IMNPATCHat Pl p. aawnm. or lt twalx Mtoatha. ? VTwo WKKK-T Hf sl'AT*'ll al ft par ai aum. HwlwerHittona In all cornea pa*raMe tn a. .eaae-s. ami no paper ett-n tinned altar ih? ? ptrattoa ot the time paid for. dend poa oBle* ma--ev-?rder check, or re**rtt*ter*si le ''ter. Carrene-f aent l.y mail will ba at ii *a-*BerUat?i-Mr. "*-*-rriu-niwUliin?iii Tprat-esBOa eBanged ni tot aire their old t wall ea their new paat-odoca. Uampia copi' free. __???. AnVRKI'lMlNO RATBB. ralf ??cm oa una. luaae._.?? ? aum-M..-. t ? s Hmm.. . I ?* BUBB**.. ? 7 I a-ors-th-. ? ? s meatss.*?*-' ^ Keadltt* notleea la i-eadu-s-malter type. Hues or Mas, ll; ia **oope**-*il leaded, T eeata. Cord at ratea for mare apace furnished o apptiratioo. _ All latlero and...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 March 1885

LATE FORBU.N NEWS. RUSSIAN TROOPS BOVING. %?ee* Bedle* ***>??. twa TewaN M?rr (Hreat li'lcnrm AletM (Be I tomn*. -TM Arehaat Fertiryiaa Herat. A Teheran spe-cial -says: A letter from Avkabed, dated February 24th, says: " Comnunication-t between strangers here sad |*eoplc in the outside world are closely supervised. Troop*, and stott* are going forward daily en route for Merv. The soldiers are previously blessed by priests, who tell them to light valiantly against the der's enemies. Civilians and military mea openly discuss thc likelihood ot a declaration of war against Eng? land, (ireat excitement prevails hore. lt is stated that sixteen thousand troeaa altogether lu vc been ordered to Merv. Work on thc railway from Kixil-Arvat te Merv is being pushed with the utmost rapidity, Crest diffi? culty is experienced in inducing; work? men to go to Mcrx. as they fear they will be killed by the British or the Afghan*.' A letter from Narakhs, dated March ML states that ti ve battalions of...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 17 March 1885

SILVER, etwwt ibm ri-esist-eni-rirs-i'* Vt* Wt* ?'aaren IBS r?tri-a'saM felaaar. fe Ike Kditea if (ht Dispatch : As t?v the viewK of President-* le t'le-eisnd. while courtesy may blui the blade cf int-cism. they cannot I ex|*erted to go nnnioleated and ui pruitt ii. lt may reasonably bc ex pee ed that Ins ?Im-eii Secretary of tl Treas my han pcimcd the paper, lu ?ah-wxer it may be, the ideas it conlan are public prepnty, and wc r-honld a| pruti- or disapprove as honest opiniu eiiggct-tf. Vf the Prcsidcnt-ehc* had said Coi Ire.? bi.il tm !>u*-i-h-s ti) buy bullio alto cum any kind o( monet, we wotil heartily appro re mich sentiment**; an further, that it ahoald not make Iii mattel worse by storing it away in th vault, of the Treasury. The Preside n cbaractenx s (),?? suspension of thc ail ter coinage as a p,r**c public nece-u-ity bat he doe* not issy how it is bo. exeep that be concludes (hat it is to brim ea a commercial crisis. This i a trtranjie conclusion since thc present* an...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 March 1885

?^^H ^^^r^tpe:^o*jr%Sfyf^o^f^rin -****h *\.-<.>^^^-T^fertrp,],-aw^on-j THE RICHMOND DISPATCH. wioLE NXJMBEK. 10.518. RICHMOND, VA. WBDNK8DAY MOKW1KO. MARCH 18, WM._THRKK COT1B PER COPY. art** i a i. B-sTieTt*. (-TWK ll A VF, SKiTRKI) A> allier ease of llxwe very cheap MAI xKILI.KH i-tl I TH. Those o( our eiistome who were disappointed In not KctttnK tl" they wanted from the first lot can now sall tv themaclxe*. s , LEVY A DAVIS. e.- fi i: i un km* kn SLIS A ll ca yard ls s pBSfBSl l-eauly. Wc r. eoiPiiuiid lt tss our rustouiem for M'HM Pl lt- A IK o.N- snd Dill IB 11? fl - x. ,,' aili 17 LEVY A DAVIS ??****? ni I* t.lNl.IIA.M D-fPARI MKNT l? sun., tings itr?*sl -BBl > dst tent lo si this Cn ? \\. show every qusllt> BM Hie l-OMKM'H' (MBOH ? B ,.t be. h yard t the l-INI-T sioiril . INl.HAM at ii, a xs rd. Tlie swortiiienl ix the lamest sri . rt ions so xarled ss to suit the taut af the m.-st fastidious. Ladles In want of HANI*SoMi; (OM.HAM DRESS must .. sure to ms tte (...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 March 1885

I THK R.n.MMNl) D18PATC1 EY TEE DISPATCH COMPAN Hi* DAUA Dlswnii ia dellverrtt sula***rin*r*airirTKi si K*r*s*perweefc.|m aRre to ih* cartier tBoelit.v. Railed al 1*0 p Barium: ts Sm al*, monti-; 11.60 for lltr mom lu: toe. Strone month. t-eKKMI-Vl I.Kkl.Y IitsPATCHatlSp ?rttiUru. or ?! fors'x mondia. Th* WTilKKLY ui-sTA Till at ll law a num. f4til*?*rir*tloti* in sn raaee p*)-?Ne In a Vam**. *mt BB |*pet continues! after Ihe e ??Hatton of ll** time pal- far. Band pre offlr* money *nlei. cheefc, or rtaa-l*ierts.t li ler. <>irt-*|sa**.*etil hv mall will h* al tl rt*B(*f lb?t*et.ilor. *sii1?a*ril>er* ?Ishim Ihi poat-ofric* eii*n(i*d must give their old Well aa their ut-wp-'. .>rfkv. Ham pin copi AliVKin'HINU KATICH. 11*11 Hill OB Dai. ltlme.?* l Ulm**. .- I" a time*.. . 1 < ? tlmi-s. a* lt time-.. ? ' 1 r-onth. * ' S month*.? *? ? Kea.ll nit noller* lu read I ns-mat tar type. Hoes or leas, ll; lu uont-n ll leaded. I eroi*. Card of mu* for mot* space furn!*-*-. ? applica...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 March 1885

BiRKlOS-S USURPATION. THE SENATE'S ACTIOS OS tT la>t tu Uaa* kV tk* BX-reMf? *f lb* Narr I* tsarina* War VfMrlt Ifirttin .*r*r,1 t.i?l*l*ilb? Vt hal. *lia*lla*. (Hy letti**, ru i.h to the Dispatch.1 \\ -M-MfML March 17.?"secre? tary Whitney to-day sent the following .iiaji?tcli to Commander Malian, of the Wachiivett. at Panama: '? President Its)rios, of (.u.'.tcmsls, bas proclnimcl Ihe union of tlie States of Central Amcrics snd sniiounceil himself as com? mander-in-chief of the combined mili? tary forces of those '"?tates. The Got* ernment* of Nicaragua, Costa Kies, and ."?an Salvador lin ve tlelcrmincil ls resist thu forcible attempt of President Bar? rio* tobceotni- dictator of Central Amer? ica, sud hostilities are likely to take place which will endanger the lites anti I.ruprrty of citizens of thc I'nitc.l Stale-. Von will proceed with the ves? sel under jour command to I* Data and In I.itu riad. San Salvador, nm] -mli oilier paints e. the coast of Gan* leal Amenta as you ma...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 18 March 1885

w bummed mh?eil,s letter BE1VHT OF THK CARNIVAL. natetomi >?(? toe Spirit ar li.Tk? n?i.? B*tx ??sax*' of tb* 4 ur. Th. Am*'i. hi Ilia., k. tSpeelal i-s?rtv*-t|vxa.leiie?> of the Dtapaleb. ROMK. February 0. 1805. Rome has been rdiowing herat-'r in om af ber numerous and distinct! v.. charac lera, and hat been lay inn. aside al thought-- of omajestic jutst or a ph*i nix like future, or even of the frantic effort she it making to modernize herself am brirg *.er*?clf to the level of her bran ara compeers. She baa been simplj sud Kiddy hcnit on enjoying the cami val with aa much /eat ax if she wen lhc roost flippant of cities. Kven thi old stager* among her guest** who havi been here ytar after year, and dec In rt tbe carnival no longer interest*, them are yet to be found when tin timi tnt tlie processions come in the besl pistes in the best balconies, which they have discovered by long experience, And they talk of nothing else between the principal events, and recall the* ex? act...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 19 March 1885

^t^^mmmm THE RICH ?? DISPAT ?I WHOLE NUMBER. 10.519. RICHMOND. VA. THURSDAY MOANING, MARCH 19, 1885. THREE CENT* PER (X>rV. fc._ .4^mma?I ?.* Mi*. Iiaiiui mei ni d i!?riAW nniwr Slut fK? ,Aiilr..t V,.<-?.,.. lluu. vii, fl. R>nv? mwin ia th? titta-rofr. ??l*f?i mt SPBiMa rx in hit ?niAl.lllMH; BW?TI1KHH\ ? W* arr in weela! <>t hui ny MT> l.lsfl ASH PMMKAKI K HHKuS leHOHft KOH KAU)A RPKJNO WKAR. THIOOT (T.OTHM o?*d ?>.r ladle*' tailor made anita ? Wi' have them In all thc new <V*lrnbl?' *h*de*. all wool, anil !'?, jard* wide. HRA11W amt HITTONM tc, aiat<h all "iii"* They make a very atvllal. ??<1 n?efni dre**. MATIN HMWMtHand |1KK><KK? LOTUS, JKItHKY <" M'THM. ami rAHIIMr-illaX mail tho nrwahadea. You will timi nu ana* aa*?rlmrnt. ol Un1** iruoda ?l*e ?>n<n . il AIM MIKS* <itX)!>s in ever) enneeivn ble ron.lunation Ttu-larveat aaaortinciit anil Hu- prettteat at.via* we have eve! ?LACK HILKA, ulai K iiHAZAMIKH. M.Al'K Ml HA HM lil MK K...

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