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

Ml? DISPATCH rimptsPA tcS coMmANr. Daily ump atc h b delivered n tat t-irrsm rrwn per wees, -a.-* ? n*4-enwv??-rwt-**k!.i-. Ms.in-d -M te ?**" SttrtVf?; t* ma's ati?tha; li.ee far thru-* Bvetwlalt Mr, faeene mtfntti. ? *rnt^lr?ll-WklJsl.Y 1M-.I*ATiTlst Os per wtttfum, t* fl Uv tit mouthe. Tse'WEWIXY HHPATCH st ll nor an? son. fBB8?leek-rat In al! caae* -wv ?iii* In ad "mere, and no paper etmti.iH after the ex atrstK? of the tim* ?*anl for. Rei? poat nOh-B _oney-at-der cheek, or retriatorefl let teix .Nii-r**ney sent Ly mall will ba st tba rtsSefthaaai?er. Hiilas*rli***r*alsl-.liiK llialr fo_-*>fr>r*a- ehsngeA ran? git.* thair old aa weBMtl-4*4ra-?wi)?t-??e. in ru {-le copi? Bee._ AllVKRTlMINO BATS?. BALI' IB1*B OK 1.S-? Itiaae?-. .?? ?* g li-t?.......-.? ? ss a times _.-. I I* Slimes.. . ? 70 lt limn..... ? ?? 1 mooth... ? ?? a moat*?-..- I* I"** Rcading aotki? in readlns-mallar tr-s*. I Hun or leas, ll: in nonpareil leaded. Tl biota (ard of rat? for mora spat** 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. — 31 March 1885

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. f IMPORT A NT NOMI NA TIONS. ^i*et>sa* Mlat-ort aa* l sb.**- NBtaotl lio* *. M. hollo,. sr Kif R-M.B*!. I* SS I. Itali -Ot**tr a**t**e*aer* H-*-*ro_ Illy t-tearaph to ihe nis-sti.-li.l Wabhinoton. March SO.?The President sent the following nomina? tion* to tbe Senate to-day : To beCon t-u 1 (.eneral* of (lie United States Thomas M. Waller, of Connecticut, at London; Frederick Haine, of Mary? lin L at Berlin. To be Ministers Resi? dent, of the United States?Isaac Bell, ?sr., of Rhode Island, to thc Nothcr laml*; Rufus Maa****', of Indiana, to "sweden and Norway. To be Minis? ters Resident and Consul-General* of the United States ? Edward I'ark e Custia Lewi*. of New -!tr*cy. to Port Md : Errsmus B. Anderson, of Wisconsin, to Den? mark. To be Consuls of the United ?states?A. Haller (iross, of Pennij\va? nia, at Athens, (i-reeoe; Evan P. How? ell, of (Jeorgia, at. Manchester. England. ?I ?. be Envoys Extraordinary and Min? ister* Plenipotentiary of the I'nited ...

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 March 1885

av William i\ Wilkin**? trent tn th* city jail and bronght hhu I ?:W ti crock, sard had bim in the Inf thi Pollen Ju*U**v before th* had gathered to any extent. Clov/ei iui wm met by his counsel. aa>-_F?-lgr W. W. Crump. Beverley T, iJrnstp, and A. Brown Kvam*. A shori consultation wa* held, and ?bea Cluxtrius wa*taken into thc pris* ?ewers" bo**. Ile ?at apart from Uie .St-otr pn*-*ruiers and in s rr tired part of tbe bax. -.voiding aa much as po**it>ic th* (sae uf the crowd. As soon as he WIS* ard? tbe box his counsel came into aanjrt aad look their -teats within the bar. M.XKIMI THE s x*) After awhile the case was reached. and Berg-pant Chalk ley commenced lo anil tb*? witm**-**-*. Owing to !he fact that a large number of them bad never been f-t-f-ogom-.l lo appear, barau4**' (heir atatatneots had not been made at the tattle the case was continued hy the aanrt, there was Rome delay in calling ibe wRnesses. and considerable lime was e**JfRUj-.ird before they were all sworn. ...

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

WHOLE NUMBER. 10.580. RICHMOND, VA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL I, 1885. THREE CENT* PER Ot)] ?,"'J.r* w OMAN. 1 BER HEALTH AND HAPPINEfWl ARE MATTE RR OF GREAT OO NC ERN io ALL MANKIND. N'RAR MA?i!**TTA. OA. tu.- r 1,11th* *go I bone ht a bollle of Dr. J. BrsfltieM * Female Regulator, and med ll lo my family with great aatisfacllon. I hst. er,. un ri i md cd lt to tliree lamil ie*, sod tkey hs vr lound lt taite just wi?it IsolalnM-d far it. -Itt* female* who hav* used lt are mow In peif**-1 beal! ti sud able io at'end i? their home-hold dulles. RRV. H. H. JOHNSON. sta rr or orc,*/.ia TR-fr dr-rrv. I have exsmtnrd the rmp* of Dr. Jasish HrsrtfioW arid protio?tiee lt lo be a oombi Ballon r*f inedlcines nf great merit In the treat w.ent of all d'soss** of female* for which lt* ret*t?ron)end? IL XX ILLIAM T. BEASLEY. M. D. HimiHorirr.n, Trw. IV. J. Bradfield I Hunt Slr, -My daughter fess been sufTenng for many years with that drtsdfu) sffllctlon known ss Female Disease, which ha* rca! me ...

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 April 1885

I.' .ll ?? I m DISPATCH CQMFANT. J n_S*?ATCH ta o*BT**r*a ta _It-t-fTfto-weawniaai weeli.-mr ita* arro* weet..?. MtdteSatsSfaa Bf ll as* eta momtha, tXW tm tSre* p-t-sS; ate. tm ame atatith. *I**?*?_M1.WKEKLY HIHPATCR ai BB sar Snaaat, twirl Sw ax monHts. Iras WK-K-Y r>lSPATCM at ll par aa mW^mtripttona ta sU imam payaNs la a-i ****a-r?. art* na pnptt t-oaf inned altar tbe *x ' tam ot tua lime paul tor. Hew! post j atoae) -at-Aer, eherk. ot raa*lst*-*il .** .... Carr*-*** **Bt hy mall will b* at tbe rtBttof U**R?*?4er. rm*_rril-er?wt-b!n? their SSSS attie* tnaatai moat ave their oki a* wwamthjaUnawpottt-otner. *-**mpl* *?t*-?? ADVKBT1H1NH KATKB. narr inch ob varna. 1 na**-.-.-.-?? w a time*. .- ? ?* a time*. > ?? adm**. . * n \A lilli**-. ' *' 1 ht-atti.... -. ? ?* aa-r-ntb*.? ?* ()0 BeasUaa aotlce* la resilii.R-iitai'er lypa. B lines er Bas ll; la aoniarell U-s4?d. TB era (a. (?arel of rata* for taara sase* taraiehsd on a*s^)*-*tlo_._ t AS Utliers ano tei**?a**?nts must be 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. — 1 April 1885

MU* REBELLION. INDI ANS ON THK WARPATH. Alar** *?caa th* WWII* Bculer* la she "tsrtrw-sn-fr-* CM**f? ,w*,l? Peewar!. An (Hues apecisl of Monday aajr! : *Jnore it now lillie doubt that great a ti* ic tv exlets in thr Cabinet regarding aflairs in the Northwest. The report thu an uprising among the Indian-. near Battlcibrd is likely to take place was confinned in Ihe House to-night f.? Sir John Mad'onsld, who stated thst Pound Maker sm) Little Pine, two Cree chief*, hail pul on their wsr-jiainl ami moved forwsrd with their band*. Pound Maker has only s following; of MA and Little Pine 421. They have pushably alerted for other Cree reser* es, to stir up other member* of the tribe, which number* over X.lHH). It ia known, however, tliat tho Blackfeet, who manlier nearly ".(XXL are thc .badly enemies of the Crees, and the l.oremment will probably supply them with anns and ammunition if disaffec? tion becomes general. (.em ral Middleton has warned the f'oa_B?est to-day of thc excited state ...

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 April 1885

****> - ,*- . r E UTATR f\T URGE. CHARLOTTESVILLE tt> Sraevt r-a?t-tia* t*?,r**?i ??-*.*** *r ta* aartStmHS ?-**rt*i*v?-I-*i.b* *r tit* tas-rvor *t**o ?r?ao Ssw t***-*-*"*. a*. |f**sB-r-***a^*-ae^ Ma bcm 31. ISM. *'Ye*. I Bttew Cluveria*." Raid a Jana"! gt*n(retti-*n n**w a sl.tide-.it in the ht tlepai-ttac-Bl of the I'nivcrsily ai ?Vb_Mtat. "Wc were -Salient* at tb* .aaa** ooJIej^'t^-iUichtnoiid ('ollefti. Stace Bbc murder with which he is rrurgt d bm name has barn on everybody * lip*", ami yet I have not beard it pt-onoaiiced as he proaoiinccs it. t'laverios pro a*aa-***;t his name sn if it wen- ?pel'*d Ckvi-iers and thc accent were an the hutt syllable, i wanbi not take bim far a man who would plan a murder, or sven tommi! it t?a impulse?his nature .. JB too BHWiy." On next Monday evening at K o'clock. tba aa*iveri-*ry of the birth of Thomas JeScrMin. th* rereniofiy of formally "rendering ihe keys of the l-rander Mi - Cs-ntsick Ol-acrvatory, I oirersiiy of Virginia, will t?...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 April 1885

? HaB_*_ajaj (OLE NUMBER, 10..>31. RICHMOND. VA. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 2, 1885. THREE CENTS PER COPY, . SALE.S IN JBRSEYS tmenar snd we hst! io t<-W*scr?pi, jos chowing the iRtvett and laosl r-rtrr, willi whom we mad* Hie LOO o oo a BRO mitt a ? :rs fliRse sven design anil uuall'y. *nd I we ran self Ihem from one ..warier to Ci.MPA KL I H tsT> D J-BRKYH, ni! ,*-.|nr* and black. ll itialiiy sud style ?eiirr*l!y -R-llat I KK O RMKYM, braided all up front, al liv:, iimlliy aiid?!y!eiteiie-*l!***ellat ?lac'k iniathack IIBBBYS. 11.50 nimlltj and ?txle Renrrnllv art! at til.30; i I'M ll) HACKS. II! TToNHACKH. and. intact mu .!>lr IKKMKYM, at very spr eial price*. ACKJLBSI Y. plesled back, wilfisatu. isa*. *t tl.S* 'lunlity Bini atvicgencr*. ly arl) at %2 : lt vin; ?re I my ina a J PRK KY you JCLICS MKYKKAMON ?ol K COKNTCKM. complete, Ute; !>rs_> ?fe ?h*U exhibit dunn* tbe week a*p**tTal '< IM UK CCBTAINM. from Hie ll EALT11 IS WEALTH. Db. k. c. Vv'KST'h W-KVtt-. AND...

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

--?.--ta. * -Mr** - ir nix dispatch company. -fo ftAI_T DWATCH te oaB-iaeetl te SsasrslioBW-ttt-p-i-rTtt-tst-s S%femtS*e*tTfar*-tr?klr. >te?**4 *t Be per attaam- SB Sw six tttaatttes ll.so Sw tars* sttStt-MH We, torana month. ?fhsaBBI WKKKi.Y UIBPATCRat SB per Sntttasn or tl Sw ala at***aih*. fas vVa_atLt ittSPATCll at ll par aa* , B*BaT~-t1-p-**sMM io a? t-aam s**mM* ta ad B.aatt no papat i-*aiHna*-*l after Ute ss lae of tb* tim* rabi for. ttaatl ptan ._? w.*ta?r-?-*S*T. eb eek. or r*w*B*t*rt*-i l*t l#e. Currtmry aunt br malt will bs at th* ?r-aStsTthest-ntter. Hu Uteri lier*, wlsti Int their asatt oirttsr rban?e4 must atvs tb*ir old a* a*0? te tbstr new peal-oOV*. Samale ooplat fr**, _________ ADVKBTISIBH B>A*f**J* ttAi-'tRcttoa*-***, lHatat-.*" ? B _____ .........?.? I ? a MBt-e*-.. * _ a tlnM_..,. ? Btip-te?. is ii?, ?, .M... * *v ta nm**-. 1 mewitt. a moMtb*.?? -*" *** ReadtnB not Wau in reading-matter type. B liar* or Seas, fl; tn iiooparoll leadeo. TB t*ant of late* tor...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 2 April 1885

STEADILY SINKING CRANT GRADUALLY DYING. -rat* Werai B?Hr-ra t* la Baer-H* War B?? ai Sar SUa-rat, Sal Mar Y*i Ute Dai. III* IM**B*r Bet?al Dean-el. [By talagjrsr-b to the Dlapatrb.] Naw Tobk. April 1.?At 3 o'clock (hi* morning. Harrison, (Jcnersl Orsnt's vslet, drove is haste for Rev. Dr. New? man, and Br. Shrady, by cs!!, hurried (o the General'* residence. Hr. Newman naya that (ieneral Orsnt's condition is serioiM, and (hat it i* believed the worst is near. Hr. Newman and Senstor 4'barlee arrived at General Grant's resi etrnee at 5:50 A. M. At |*6f a eer vant went to the drngatore for medicine far Mrs. (.'rant, who had become ner? vous. I'. S. Grant. Jr.. arrived si tho Bouse st 0:10. and his wife, who is at Ibo St. Cloud Hotel. Baa sent for st ?a -Ti. At 10 o'clock (ienersl Grant was failing Mit, and it is only a question of hours until tbe end is reached. He ia gradually ainking, but is not suffering pain. At Ml o'clock this morning Rrv. Dr. Newman left General (.rant's bouse. 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. — 2 April 1885

ovKit tk_ mm RBRVh'G AND VICINITY, j ,Eeaaalsari--a al I*?erneeat Basel?eas**, j |fBJEia?Bailiini-i? Uw Hiehwinttfi Dra-atel*. | j Pfn-ERABDBti. April I, 1884. _B impertanl confcrrm-r ol ralored j _d**cnd?nt RepMillican?, at which a j Bamber nf the promi-wnl colored mm ! . nf the city nero prt-*cnt, wa* held here j last night, thc object being to drat noa ; flair ftitur*- political course, A j Bamber of sp't-'his y-oi-o made. BB? tia* detorminalioii wa* expressed te maintain the organization of la*t sell, and te take active steps to pei feel snd strengthen it. with a stew to tbe elcclioiis ununi-.pai and {Mate) to la* held this year. With this ehjfxt in xii a. a tall will be issued for tim early orgsniaation of wini < labs ead the election of an eaecntirs eon* mi'.ttr. This movement is thc eot gtewth of the Republican divisions in Ibis district in the tongreataionsl elec? tion of last tail, and the prime movers an* fae supporter* of Joseph P. Keans Orr Congre*-! tn Hist contest, ...

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 April 1885

sex .?: y J.vniifiii 'ii' jj ij.,;t,-.*t*.i_'.ii WHOLE NUMBER* 10.5.J2. RICHMOND, TA. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1885. THREE CEKT8 xPIt WWaf ... _ a??- ., , ?i.^,' ?UR MEDICAL COLLEGE. ANNUAL COMMKNCEMKNT. AA*ress is thr Bralaa-e* br Rsv. BJ. SI. I**-**? - "?rraeStatl-'S tt rri/r* - latf rrst. BM t??ri l?*-?. XmA BMjcbt, st tag RicUmontl Theatre, the felt*-seventh annus) commence-* ment of the Medics 1 College ot" Virriuis reek piece. The stsge was occupied hy many ot onr most distinguishuti ?ea. I'M XYT.B. Re-r. Dr. Monea D. Hoge at MM e'elork walked to the taMe which ste*! ia front of the toollip'lit - ? anti onere*! a hrief sm] appropriate prayer, in which lie invoked the guidance of (Hod ia all the mattera of Bute and lesrMui wrtB? oar "-orders. Thea the orcheatra flayed the slow and sweet notes of that grand hymn, ?'Nearer, My God, to Thee." Dr. M f . .lame*. Hean of thc Faculty, thea anaoanred the following-named gcBtlemen as recipients of certificate* ta ajH-rial branches of at...

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 April 1885

T8M DISPATCH tJOMTAST. ? Wf*r**_T*-_ te AaBTStei ts t*i<ISB_ sbmts Bar wee? yat lOmasriiarweaatr. Hana*at* per lt ss fat sta -eatha t iLieiBjiBiee ,"JgBat*-| Ma. -sirona an-att*. Tl- aEMl-WBEELl DIETATOH st fe yat mmttm, er lt for sta *bObU? ?sits WBEELT DWTATCH st ll per sa* ?_?..?_i ta se caaaa aayabt* la ad eiaas. asl no aaa**- .aa4?i?*d after the sa 1*1?.Bin -- Mm Uaw pa- tor. send -*** aaa? Bta?r aslar. eBeea. er ragtatir-ffl let tar. Camawn bbb* ny mau will be at the BBjfceftbeBWBSer. S-tacrli-ers wksblng their BBE Ittll abSBgil mast give their old se WBOMtaMfrMwp-BB-4-tf-t-. Bams*eeoal ADVEWnsiWO EATBB. BAlaT IBOB OB l_? lim-..?? M ? 11^.^. l oe S timea?...... ..?????.??. "* injasv^.._?.?~?..?-...-...???? s re fB_a___ ..gie t month..- ? *? Smsatba-..- *? ?? Bia? ag nolio? ia readlng-mstter torse. ? Baas er teas, tl; m nonpareil l?-t*d. Tl Card of rat? for more space faiatsbsd on BSBBea****- _ All I**?--- sod te!.-*?mirti? ***-addtvaa ed te THE DIKl'ATCH OOEPAET. Bajsets? o...

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 April 1885

?1 ? his ust HOURS. AN ANXIOUS NIGHT AND DA Y. ??-oral STraat's Fta*l ftwa-nt* tt* Utt Baltetta* *? Bis l^?r*V**a-r-t*a*a-f**t ts bs Drias at B i?'ri*ok ?-**tersat a?stwtstt-A -arter Raitt. (By U-tearaith to Ute l>f*p*u*.l Nsw York, April **-*-7:30 A. M.? f .eneral Grant passed a vere unquiet night. Be wa* continually going from hi* bed to his chair and bach again. Jtte waa annoyed at time* by attacks of coughing and an accumulation of mu <rous in the throat. His strength has been maintained by nourishment and atiniulants, so that hi* pulse is reason? ably steady. At 5 o'clock a tailor* in tbe pulse was observed to such a degree that ths ttxmily were apprised and all aoon congregated In tbe sick room. He apoke quietly with each member. By ihe administration of proper stimulants the General soon rallied and ia now a-xiictly Bleeping in heil. (Signed) J- sa. IHMJOI.A8, M. D., Gbo, F. Sura dy, "-.._-. An hour after midnight General ?Grant waa asleep. At thai time Colo? nel Fred. ...

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 April 1885

__H UM TWUBLKS* tAWVHERNXCLOSSS ' ta tWaaaat aaa tar* FraaailB **vir#. ttl*** aSttt Ulai I Bieit-t-aeat S-alB Batt*. IS* BMtaMB<1 littqtalart.' N'OBTOLK. April 2. leH',. ?*f_B ttittRpat*tsh**-i of th* Exchange Na Sasaai Httattt, thst awning hat catued atm* eseiteaaeat and alatost paralysed I httlhitsn Oowds have thronged Main ' BSrStSJ aad gathared about the hulletm I hay SB. aad tran women hara **-?rsded ' -; -ai -tfiae-ta in great excitement Net rang after the F.xH*_nge Haak closed te tran aanaunc-ed that Bain k Krothrr. htttttilR in F*Ot-*t*ntouth, had suspended. attd ths *x?-*e**aeat nwrreased. Them Ohs Irank-n Savings, which had its de BSttfU ttl th* -wnange, cl**ed ita doon*. Hw beak h* owsed by Mr. Joha B. Watte***, jweet-ieiit ot* the Exchange lastswal. CArtsR OF THR T*"r*l~ILK. Ml. Otarra M. Bain, of Bain k Bro Saar, rVt*ttiouth, is cashier of the Kx akanta Bank, and Mr. J. G. Bain, of she seats concent, is vhio-peoaidant. For fiotne tint* past their afTsir* have sat ane...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 April 1885

Wlf.U.F. NTTIeTBER. 10.583. RICHMOND* VA. SATURDAY MORNINQ. APRIL 4. 188,5. %?\i?*?!i?zz. .1 .J.xr. THREB CBHT8 Mfc COI A ol R WILL -*-*?*!? I" sfSi 918 MM MM OO iVi U nn a B ^EB ll will br tbe larg*? tn extent or variety AND SUMMER of if-Sft man nf*--! "nd in MK RE. cot If) the provalllns atylea. th* ut Wa WW snow fro? tbat day sw* of the Bur als? will be acknowledged heofViusr tempting WOOLLENS, made up laui every laiy at t'lgbteon. lu. iud. nu an 1 ni me ns* sa N OTIt'E TO RAILROAD CON? TRACTORS. Tho "WILMINGTON AND WELIVLN RAILROAD COMPANY invite proposala for "Be GRADUATION. MASONRY, AND TRESTLE upon that part of their new mad between ("outeiiliies Bridge, near Wilson and Fayetteville. *? resat", mlle* In length. Profiles. p"an*. Ac, sr* resdy for ?--?hilii tlen at tbs railroad olB.ce of Ibo Wllmirueton and Boldon railroad, st Wilmington, N. <'. Proposals must he filed before Ihe 88th day of April. Tbe con tracts will ls* awarded asea iheSOth 'if April. t/oiilractora must au...

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 April 1885

DISPATCH COMPANT. \mNMftX ta Ai*mgai te i-rT?*ragm?*SB-9sWwee*L|B?T iSSE* ***-"?"?w**vk*-r. EiaB-attSaor il lt for sta aaa*aths; ll.ie for three tile, lar oas ax?M.. ?WI-WEI? LTtMAPATt-Hatlgper f-'i ':' aaaain. tarli un**awaHa*. M *bS WEEBLY EWATt'H at ll per aa *? '_aasmifjiil.ls sn sasea sarsble in a*V ?*?Biivsj_ a* safari coat?iund after the as? or the Miae aah* for. Hood post > mSBey bb Sea, eae**a. er iBgtafral l*t 0smat7 mnt hr mall will be at the SB*nrtBeaKMlM>. fm*-^ber*wBbtBClastr ??B8B amil lhasas! mast give their oM ea. B-asstS-raewgaat attn. t-mptoeossBs "STt AVVEJ-'fBIKf* EATEE. 8UM'int? OBI? ? IIBse--....-.v.-* ** jnana. ,?..,.,?.-.?? 11* tranee.. .-. IE tl Emm _~. . ? *? sn na.? ............... .??? I Ba? tb.-.~.-. ? ?"? S?oaths.?.sa " EeaSI-tg notleea In rtwAi ng- mal ter tree. ? Ebbs er lem ll; ls oooparell 1*0-14-4. Tl Cut* ot rate! lor more st-aee -...ulah ad on aafMBwnt?, m_ AB a-ners and telegrams mast he a*? roas afl B>TEE OfHPATt'H COMPANY. Bej'-irtii...

Publication Title: Richmond Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond dispatch. — 4 April 1885

gBAKH-PrBOMTHE GRAFE. CR ANTS DECIDED RALLY. A Pl Bl BBB * Sit-**) dreailr ts*arev_ lit* BaSt-e-T-an Eb* tea Gibb! <:*a*nmilaa aa! laeMBlieM* Pt*?-H ?:e?Mri w? Pet*. ?EEEESa (By "-alf-araph lethe I?ipsteh.l Nkw Yore, April 3.?There were no erkleaees of life shout the Grant mansion from I o'clock until 5:45 A. M. At that timeaaerrant rolled up the ahadee in the General's bow-win flow,and a few minute* later Dr. Shrady aptM-eree* a brief time at the library window. Hr and Dr. Douglas had been having some sleep, and bad risen a abort time before. The firat person to leave tbe houae to-day waa Rev. Dr. New? man. He came forth at exactly 6 o'clock. To the staff of roportera who had patrolled the atreet all night be sat.I that ,'enera! ('rant fell asleep at IU o'eloek last night anti slept eontinu ouialy until 5 o'clock A. M. At that hour he asked for a drink, which he ret-cived. His throat waa then moistened and dressed, snd the Gen? eral fteetned bright. As Dr. Newman lefi tbs house ...

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 April 1885

_-W*-t-maattaaiattaaaBii u a bi ms i?wnrtapmmm mar caught. i Sf-ater Cttattotlsr Ba Bl* Wan wPrnt* Htlwaux*-** iWhv) special of Ut* ir Itst-^as^rsllor Jsm** S. ?afsthla -aity, /waa s^'roted ?t aSkh.- *c*4hj, aad will be lit to thia .itv tomorrow to an? ts a charge of stealing honda of taVae'.ty. Mr Whit* waa at one time Sao of t)w ?ori popular wen in Mil iraak ee. For five t-aneecuttve tarma ha waa elected hy tho Democrat*; to tbe * ttBR-t-e of controller,, and he enjoyed the anti'bbb aad retpeet aot only of hi* W, hst of the general public Te? lba dote of hie official life, how over, whk-pers of crookedness were -Board, but hit mern* frieuds refused to avaa listen to such hint*. When She rtf Patcben succeeded White as con? troller he expressed a rather unfavore* Ma opinion of his predeeeaeor, for which he waa astailed with a storm of abut* from lb* Democratic papers. fdrtor 1-ngeL of th* Freie Prtsse, in asaaking of the Rtispicion directed at White, said he "would lose faith in hat...

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 April 1885

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