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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

MITTELDORFER'S NOIABLE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT--PRICES WILL INTEREST EVERY BUYER. BEAUTIFUL NEW WAISTS KJxnulHltely doslgned atyloa In Lawit,, Bllk Madraa, Canva? and Silk, all flno ly tallored, Ba*i-foc 7Go, quality vVhlta Lawn, SyCtUokco* front and btck walata At%n for II Tuckod and Bmbroldcred U"C Flno Lttwn VVkists, g\Q-,tar 11.60 Morcerteod Pleatad yOC Walata, with large pearl. but *IO^ for 63c' Colored Madraa Walata, *"C handsomcly trimmed. <C1 1 fl tor V2 White Watsta, ldoe 3) I ? I" and embrbldory trimmed. ?1 Afi for'$2.60 Flgured Morcorlzcd 3>I?UV walsta, largo pearl buttona, tucked front. 41 lO f0*" *5 Beautlftil Silk Walata, 3>aJ??JV tucked, all Hhades. CAA(\ '*""' *8 and *7 sllk Wttlatfl, 5>*r./ry tucked and trimmed. " PLAIN AND FANCY WHITE GOODS; At ono-half and ono-thlrd less than -uaual. for 13 l-2c. quality Indla Llrl ona. for 19o. Silk Strlpo and Cord Madraa, a e'Tor 25o. and 38c Dottod Swlss, I OC extra flno quality. I2^c 1 #1/? tor 80?'...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

MARKETDULL ANDNARROW Vlolent Rebound ln Metropoli tan Helped the Openlng. PRICES LATER UNSETTLED Professlonals Began to Cover Short j Contracts, but Selllng Was Re aumed on Appearanco of the Bank Statement. (Bjr Ansoclated Preaa.) NEW T01UC April IS.?To-day's stock '??? market was but a dull and nurrow affalr, and tho net clmnges are genernlly Inslg nincant. A vlolent rebound nt tho openlng in Motropolltan Street Rnilwny helped tho tone for a whllo. Tho spnsmodlc, rlsu m ?OilS stock proved to bo due to bear or ders to cover at the markot, nnd the hlgh prlce was malntnlned for only an Instaiit. The renowed weaknoss of the stock and the sharp, selllng movement in Readlng unsettlod prlocs nnd turned the trond downward. Readlng dropped about 2 polnta beforo support wns forthcomlng. . . The selllng of the stock wns based upon a supposition that the nnthrnclte coal combinatlon will be the next object of ;/ logal procesa under tho aiul-trust law 'j] 'by the government. Other momb.ers of th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

MANY MARRIAGES INWILMINGTON Weddlng of Mlss Bettte Oeer De Kossei and Mr. F. W, DlckWas aNotableOne. (Bpoolal to Tha Tlmea-DlBpatoh.) WtLMlNClTOM, N\ C, April 18,?At ?!30 o'elook Thuraday nlght at Bt. Jamea* ?placopal Church, Mlsa Bettle Oeer Da Roeaet and Mr. Froderlck Wllllamson fclck, two popular young aoclety peoplo at thla city, were tnarrled. It waa ona of the most brilllant weddings of reoent timea In thla olty, and waa witneaaed by a large .and faahlonable nasemblage of friends, The church waa very' hamdaotna |y decorated. The llttle flowor glrls, Mtss ?a Delamnr Burbank and BoBsle Connolly, aame flrst, and woro followed by the groomsmen and UBhers, who preceded the hrldeflmaldB, The brlde came In with her brothor, Mr. Thomds C. De Rosriot, of New York, and met the groom, who waa attended by his brother and beet man, Mr. W. A. Dlck, at the chancol Bteps. The cercmnny wna performod by Rev. Rlch? ard W. Hogue. The brldosmaida were MIrbbb May Ella Rankln, Sue McQueen, Mary Cald...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

SEWING MACHINES NOT MADB BY THE TRUST, WE glvo a ilvo-voara' gtinrnhteo with ovory oho. Drop-hcnd hall-bearing mnchlnoB with hard wood cnsoa, " Tho Blohiuoiul." for.. _i?<?0 " Tho Ittk-nvootl," for..,.:. $25.00 Theso aro gvirrnntocd to bo tho Biuno grmlo ns you pny &U5 for. COHEITS COLUMNS OF ECONOMY THERBISA NEW PORCH $HADE. WB _AVB THB SOLB AO-NCY. They oouie ln varlotlB colors, aro vroatho prpof?prnotleal 1y indeflfcrucliblo. ?. A Sale of Linens. ; What aro we doing? Selling for a third and less, the identical linens that ovorybody is getting fall price for. Dnmnsk to mnteh Napkms?n. yard 81.00. ExtraAvcight German Lincn Din ner Nnpkins?full % sizc?a dozen $1.25. ;; m 60 Dor.cn Turklsh Bnth Towols? cxtra lnrgc size?beat $2.00 dozen ones; each 12&0. Extra Large Size Linen Huok tow? els?20x40 int'lics?each 12Vio. j 200 Dozen Lincn fluck Towels, hemmed, spccinl vnlue, to bo sold ench Sc. 750 YARDS WHITE SHIRT WAIST LINEN.?Full yard wlde and pure lincn soft fmishcd, a yard...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

LATB NBWS: WANT PAGES. THREB SBCTIONS. THE DISPATCH, FOtJNPKD 1?50. | W rlUl_J_ lNUlnO_>l\, _0,_.?/*? EICHMOND, VAM SUNDAY, APRIL 10,1003. PRICE FIVE GENTS. SUMMARY OFJWIY'S NEWS FOREOAST. WABIilNGTON. Aprll 18,-ForecaBt for Bui'dny.niid Mondny: ', "Vlrginla?Falr Sunday; Monday ralns, ,Wlnds becotnlhg ciii.st and frosh. North C'urollna?Fttlr, warmor Sunday; Monday' showcm; fresh south wlnJIs. fiprlrtgllko and plensunt wns yeslerday, ptU ttftor nlghtfttll tho atniOsphoro ugaln heratno Chllly nnd llg.ht ovorcoatB wore ln domnnd. To-day wlll be falr, uceordlng to projihocleB, but to-morrow raln may bo expected. . STATE Oll TIII3 THERMOMETER, D A. M. CO ,32 m;. 01 ?0 P. M. (18 U P. M..., 01 fi P. M.67 M2 mldnlght. M Avortiga .',.',. Cl Hlghost temperalure yesterday. 08 LowcKl tomporuturo yesterday........ 57 Menn temperaiiiro yesterday. 03 Normal temperalure for Aprll.f?"i .Dsparturct from normnl tempernture. 08 Preclpllntlon duilnff pnst.lM-hours,... 00 m ini a'turiFalma N AC. Aprll...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

FINISHED HEADSAPART /Dr.S_ylor.Wfth Tomrny Burns Up, Won Avenue Stakes. CLOSE FINISH AT MEMPHIS Tlernoy Won fro m Favorllo by, n Nose After Duol Down the Slretch, In Stakes for Two-Ycnr-Olds. Lakeslde Results. (By AMoclntpd Prn>a.) _ NEW YOIUC. April 18.-Pr. Saylor, with Tommy Burns ln tlie saddlo, won tho Averno Slalcos Jtor tlireo-yoar-olds nt Aqueducl to-day. Tlio flrst Uirco horscs fJnlnhed Imad.s a<part. Jllyrla cut uul the runntng to tlie Btretch nnd in a drlvlng flnish Dr. Snylor won with Ahola second lllyrla thlrd. Weatlier flno, Lrack good. Sunnnary: First rneo?flve and a half furlongs? Armeath (12 to 1)' flrst, Hoinestead (15 to 1) second, Andrattus (12 to 1) thlrd. Time. 1:09. Second race?four and a half furlonga? Valour (3 to 2) flrst. Wlzard (20 to 1) Bocotid, Peter Pnul (7 to 2) thlrd, Time, :B6. Thlrd raco?aevon furlonga?Ernost Par hatn (8 to lj flrst, Kingl'alfte (6 to 1) sec? ond, Ociawha (4 to 1) thlrd. ' Time. 1:31 2-6. Fourth rnoe?Tho Averne Stakes, sevon f...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

T IM ON 1E DEEP ? : (Contlnund frorn, Flrat Page,) lhro? tttsty cheera for the Germans. , An _vent ln Hlatory. But the launohing of the world's grer.t* est crulBor waa In Itsclf an ovent, not only ln tho lilatory of the natloh'a gfeat est ahlpbulldlng plant, but In tho hlstol'y tt navnl archlteoture, Tho chrlBtentng and tho plungo of tho manimoth mnss ot Bteel Into tho water wero brllllantly ac compllshed, to >ho dcllght of a rccord breaklng crowd. All the condltlons wero ftUeplclOUB, ldoa.1 April skles arched over tho gathered throng, the buiibIiIiio was genial ln Ita wnrmth, the accommodatlona for tho crowd Woro amplo and all* had an tinobstructcd vlow of what was ah eVent Jn tho llvps of many. Tho largest crowd httendlng any provlous launohing WaB that which' wltneBBed tho chrlstonlng of the Kontucky and KearBargo In tho spring of 1898, ln the oplnton of Newport Nowb tiewspaper,1 men, who have seen all the throngs on theso occafllons, yesterday'a atteridanco oxcccded any other...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

It's the Right Way! Our mdtliod of doing busincss has won the approbation of thousand s of patrons. we won t fclvnTiy trrM; nothing that cannot havo the. rruarant.ee labcl of our flrm is oftefed for sale, Here you will always flnd tho exceptional in n'ownesfl and quality and always at a reaflon-.. able prico. THE SUICIDE ISLJNKNOWN AlIEffortsto Identity the Man Who- Shot Himself Have So Far Proven Entirely Fruitless. Mystory, such mystory as npparontly defles all efforls to solve, surrounds tho ldentity of tho unknown. who at 3 o'cl'oek yostorday mornlng shot hlrnsclf In the tollet rooma at Murphy's Hotol., Hundreds liflvo yleWcd tho remaiiis at BlIley'B, but thus fnr not one has been ablo to oall tlie'nanio of'tho nnfortunato. although m'any' se'om to' have seen hlm sOmewhore at. somo timo. Puring the day many rumors wero cur rent aboutAjm city ns to tho Idontlty ot '-the' man, but ;upon Invostlgatlon all proved groundles, nnd nt a 'late hour thn authorltlos had no more Idoa as to ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

HUSBANDS T-ir WIVES '-.srirsr * DAUGHTERS FM^::"r* SONS EVERYWHERE THE ENGLISH LAN6UAGE IS SPOKEN PE-RU-NA IS USED BY MEN AND WOMEN AUXE FOR ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES. Cafarrh Dosfroys More Lives Every Year Than All Epidemics Comblned. i MISS N. NIEMANN. MISS MABEL ELLIS. IMISS ELIZABETH UBERj MRS, G. BR1GGS. MISS DELLA JANVEAU. MISS NETTTE NIEMANN, Whlte Mound, Wls? writos: Tho Poruna Modlclho Co., Columbus, .0.: "I have beon affllcted slnco childli.ond Wlth a most unpleasant catarrh of the tioad. Nothlng I dld Bcomed to ciiro mo, and when I caught a cold my troublea Ihcrcased. Whlle vlslting a frlond I learnod tho roal valiio of Peruna. 1 had ofton hoard lt pralsed, but never pald serlous attontlon to lt. My friend, how ever, had been curo'd of catarrh by Pc runa and I declded to uso lt falthfully and awalt results. I am glad to say that my groatest expectatlons wero reallzed and I was surprlsed to flnd how rendlly I was cured and how spoedlly. Withtn a,month all the catarrh was out ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

FORTY-TWO VE?IS AGO Monday a Historic and Memo? rable Anniversary in City. SEVENTEEN COMPANIES Splendid Record of Cockade City In Its Staunch Support of the Confeder? acy?Local Option Election to Be Held ?n Claremont. (Special to The Ttme?-DI?p?tch.) PETERSBURG, VA.. April 18,-Monday Is the forty-second anniversary of tho leaving: of the Petersburg voluntoore for Norfolk at tho breaking out of the Civil War. On'April 20, 1801, five Infantry com? panies and one artillery company luft !;' Petersburg to light for tho Confederacy, Before tho war ended Petersburg fur? nished In all seventeen companies. A petition signed by citizens of Clare? mont asking tor a local option election ; will bo submitted to Judge Rives at tho April term of tho Prince George County Court, which convenes April 2Slh. A spirited contest may bo looked for, as Claromont la said to bo equally divided, Tho case of J. C. Hardy and othersj trustees of Park View Church of Christ, against tho city of Petersburg, an appe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

AUCTION 8ALBB--*MONt3AVi. H1G1I CONbTABLB'S 8ALM. 't wlll soll at tiubllo ttuctlon, on MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1003, 6t 10 o'clock A. M? at No. 1806 East Franklln Street, the ft"?w "*, ,?0? MRTY to satlsfy wrlts ln my ma&a, to onb onAir,1iMVAijD.atUmi, WARDROBE*. BUllBAUfl WASHSTANDS. LOUNGKOl mtmw ORGAN, TRUNK, PARl.OR SUIT ? CARPET. IRON BBDBTEADl ' OAK WdHTMAD. BTOVEB; FBNDER8, OIL *1'ANK, CHAlRSl MIRUORB, CLOCKS, ROCKBR8I PtCTUREB, LAMPSl TOWDL RACKS. TBRMS: Cash: ?.??,??? E, C. 0ARRI8ON, H. C. C. R. Geo. W. Mayo, Auctloncer, 1205 East MnllY Street. CO N T R A C T ollB' WA GON DOC tor's buggy, 3 buguie8, sad plb, ri5friobrators, carpbts, Iron bedb, upright and bquarh p1anos, f1ne forni.ture, etc, at AUCTION. I wlll boII at my auotlon-houso at 10:80 A. M. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1903. I New Long-body Contraotor's Wagon, 1 Good Doctor's Buggy, 8 Bugglos, 7 1-8 Oo tavo Upright Plano. 2Bquaro Planoa, 3 leo Boxcb. 3 RefrlgorntorB. 2 Baby Car rlflKes, 2 Sewlng Maohlncs, Morris Chalr. Walntit ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

OHE CENT I WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, Cart Mtlvanot *-"n~i*i f^i?.?uAj-j j j.i,[jT1UfU-lfT.-1.-i-ru\j-iinri"l????~-->1-1" >??.??! THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO AREITEST RESULTS. MINIMUM MARCE 26 Cents, Caini? Afano? ONE OEN? * ; WORD. _HELP WANTED?FEMALE. wkliMttj Km WANTED FOR MILLI ??ry. Apply Monday at 824 East Uroad Street. Wanted, several, experienced young ladies on dross-making. Call at one?. 40T North Socond Street. tiu NTKD, A RKUAHLE HOUSE GIRL Jpl}?, with rea Franklin Street. Apply, with recommendations, ut liti E. " ????? |6 PER HUNDRED FOR ADDRESSING , envelopes ? send dime and stump for full Instructions; steady work, C. E. MID? LER & CO., Ely Bldg,, Chicago, ?PANTED, A FIRST-CLASS WAITER ESS to go to the country near Richmond; good wages to satisfactory applicant. Apply MONDAT between 10 and 12 o'clock at 1200 Park Avenue. Vlain writers-home employ mont: filling small blanks; rate $25 per 1,000, Addressed etainped envelope LADIES INDU...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

ONE OEHT : A ? WORO. MINIMUM j OHARQE 25 Cenls, CaihlnAdvanoi THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKfNG WANT ADS. THAT BRINQ OREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM CHABQE 26 Cenfs. CiihlnAdnno* ONE OENT I WORO. HELP WANTED?MALB. WANTED, I30YB FROM 14 TO 18 YEARS! ',. oasy work. good P&v_ Reoort ttt out fac lory, Hospltfll and Mlll Streots. at 7 A. ^_o__i___^^ Wanfed?25 Able-Bodied Men fo Wheel Sand. Apply at Wharf bolow' Old Do minion at 6 A, M., Monday. " and Tuesday. GOOD WAGrES PAJD. SITUATIONB WANTED?MALH. WANTED ' B tf- A' STRICTLTlBo'BBn gohtloman, n posltlontis collector or somo other llght work. Address "A, M.," caro thls offlco. >. BOARDERB WANTED. WANTED, BOARDERS FOR SECOND story rooms; n room always for tran slOnt. 201 East Franklln. ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT-FRONT ROOM, WITH OR wlthout board| two gentlcmon prcferred. No. 6 Lucke Avenue, Barton HelghU. WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOUR LARGE conncctlng rooms -,on second .floor, wltn bstth and cold wator. Apmy 221 Gov ornor Streot. WANTED TO RENT. WANT...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

YOUNG MEN ACQUITTED Ihree Tried on a Vory Gravc Charge at Raleigh, AN ANTISALOON CARD LM'-er oflho Movement ln North Car olinaSays lt ls Not Ihe Purposo / of tho Organization^ to Form o New Party. (Speclal to Tho Times-Plspatch.) RALEIGH, N. C April 18,-Three young white mcn-Joe Slmth, Will Put noy and Arthur Gooch-wore tried here to-day, by Justlces Reld andWombio on . tho chargo of a crimlrial assault-' upon Ophelia O'NIoll, a fourteon-year-old girl. A number of sensatlonal reports ns to tho affalr had beon publlshod by a local papor. and,tlwro was a big crowd. Tho hearlng, however, dovolopod no ovldenco,. so the court hold, of outrago, and the prlsoners woro dlscliargod. Mr. JV W. Balley, edltor of the Blbllcal Recorder, who la mannger of the Antl Saloon Poaguo movement ln North Caro? llna, haa isBUod to tho papors of the Stato a card, In whloh, ho deoluros that the loaguo la not a movement "to ostab llsh a new polltical party ln tho Stato, ?'but to improve the pattkw that now ox...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

THE INLAND WATERWAY Mayors Preparlng for Vlsit of Chairman Burlon. WATERPRONT LAND SOLD A Young Woman Haa Applled for Por* mlitlon to 8e? Iha Exeoution of 8am WaMer.-Flrgt Appllctilort from a Woman In Norfolk. (8i?eolal to Th. Tlmea-Dlspatoh.) NORFOLK, VA., Aprll 18.-Mayor Batrd, ?f Fort-tnouth, came here thls morning )o,meet Mayor Rlddlck, Captaln James W. McCarrlck and other cltlaena loterested ln tho reception of Chairman Burton, who is to come here In the lntorest of the ln land watorway' route that Is ptojsoted from here by sound. to the aouth. There wlll be a co-oporatlon among; the oltlzons of the cltlos and the county for the pur poao of gettlng an appropriatlon from Con gress to extond the waterways and make them navlgable for larger veasele. Interest. allted wlth John H. Rodgeri, probably tho largest handter of ootton ln tho Btnto of Vlrginla, have purcha.sd voluablo property frontlng on BlLs,beth Rivor. The traot la bordered, on one sldo by the Norfolk Warehouse Aasoolatl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

CHEESE ROLLING Blg Contest to Take Placo Horo Soon, BALDACCl AND VALDHAOHI Unlversal Interest Manlfested In tho Great Natlonal ' Gftrnd of Italy. Rivalry Among Frlends of the Conte&tants, Wlthtn tho noxt fow wooks, or as soon _?< the weather.settles down, so thnt poo tilo niay onjoy outdoor games, thero wlll ho a blg cheese-rolllng contest in thls e'ty. ., _? Sevoral weeks ago Mr. Chasle Trafleri ?ent out a chnllengo for any ono to meet ?Ir. Paul Valdraghl in a' champlonshlp ioonteat for a trophy. A letter was rocelved from Boston, slgn ?d M. Bolllnl, in which lt was stated that tho wrlter would accept the ohallonge. No partlculars wero glven, and after a reaaonablo tlmo had passed nnd nothlng furthcr wns hoard from Boaton, tho inci ?ent. so far as Bolllnl was concorned waa conaldered closed . . ? M _ VALDRAGHI VS. BALDACCI. ' Now a match'hns beon arranged be? tween Mr. Valdraghl and Mr. Frank Bat. dacel, both well-known Richmond athletes nnd oxport /choese-rollers. These two...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

RICHIMOKD, VA., SUKDAY, APIUL 19, 1903. SOME UP-TQ-DATE DESIGNS 1 FOR THE AUTOMOBILE COATOF ARMS. Devices to i&nttfy automobilists in costume. Ancient knfght in armofw Modcrn cfestrover in dfcfjuise. How! the old wafriors treated" the fdotmem The modcrn tcrrbr.and the pedestriah* i? Jousting tournamenf in the days ofcWValfy.^ A 'tourney between two modern cfestroyers, (More. ?feadty)?

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

A Confederate Offlcer's De scription of Hanover County ABOUT TO ENTER BATTLE The Dillard Famlly; a Member ofitGives His Impressions of'Soldier Life. Anocdotes and Rominisccnces. Personals, Etc, Etc. Of all tho.'communlcatlons wo lecdvo upon tho subject of Cqru'.d?at. wnr, ? ?or.o ls moro IntoreslhlK than ccples of letters wrltten from the camps by oni oera or soldior.s and sent to tholr irienda at Home. Tho followlng leitor was wr|:ten from Hanover county juat beforo he 1 e glnnlng of the Sovon Day's Bnttlo, nnd 1? aoeerlptlve of events leadlng up to ucn eral Loo's movements .against .McClollan on the Chlokahomlny. Tho writcr is now a rosldent of Meridlan, Tex., and tho slBtor to whom ho wrote Is now Mrs. Imcy. Dll .!ar^P_Snell, of North Cdr.ollna. The tort nf tho^otter Bhow'fi that tho writor is 0 vrglnlan doscont, and trnt h^com-. mand waa nn organlzatlon ot Confedoruto "esSlora. The ? Otik?>; from whloh he wrltos. ls a well known' placo ln tbe ' vlclnlty of Hanover Courthouso....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

J. JtXJi* XAlUJIiO 3J LOL'Jt\.I.\s JLJii ivivwi'iui' i;, ?__,, _ui"_/?-. j ?" W/Ye o/ Co/. Lf/icA (/r/sA Martyr) Tell's Husband's Life BY B. W\ WORTHftOP, (Copyrlght >oo3,>by Central Newa and Prese Exchange.) Blmll Colonol Arthur Lynoh bo froo?, That ls it qtteatloni whloh la now comlng *ory muoh to tho front, not only In Bng land, but throughout tho Brltleh dotnln lonB. . ., Tho doposod Irlnh membor of Parlla tnont, now aorvlhff a llfo Bontoncd for "ttttltoroiifl nctB," Btandfl a good ohanco of aoon obtttlnlng hla llberty. Many potltlons aro bolng proparod In hla favorl Bomo of tho most influontlal prrsons In Hngland havo lils Interest at etuko, and tho Irlnh landor* aro dolng thelr boBt to brlng nbout tho ltbnratlon of tho rooont mombor of tho city of Calway. Ono pcraon ln Englnnd la glving up hor llfn ln hla cituso, Thla ls Mrs, Arthur l,ynch, who, nvor alnco tho trlal, has boon tinooaBlng In hor offorts to oxtrioato hor Jiuslmnd from tho tcrrlblo posltlon In whloh hla Impo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 April 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Buslness flait Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours HIstory-maklnR Event? tn All Llnes of Actlvlty. Brlef, Classlfled, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. jbnerican jfffairs. NON-FAR.TISAN JEFFERSONIANS. . The most nolable observanco of Jef fersori Day wns that of the Jefterson Me ''? morlal Associntlon of Washington, D. c., '""whose object Is to cultlvato respect for tho nutlYor of tbe Dcclnratlon ot Inde I pendencc regardloss of pnrty nffillatlons. W J. Bryan, Senator Honr and Chnries Emory Smlth werothe prlnclplo sponkers, denllng wlth vnrions nspocts of Joiterson s many^sidod chnrnctor. , HILL ATTACKS ROOSEVELT. Dnvld B Hill hns boen tnlked , about ngain as a prcs'ldentlnl cnndldate on no count of a spooch he mndo at Albnny bo? foro tho Democrotlc elltors of New York Stfllo on Jefferson Dny. He polntcd out the parnllel betweon tho speeches of Pres? ldent ...

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