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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 2 May 1903

THE MARKET WASNARROW Less Than a Quarter Million Shares Dealt In. LITTLE CHANGE IN PRICES Trader? Took Profit? on Small Seule During the Last Hour, and Reduced Uvei Slightly, but the Closing Wat Stesdy. (By Aaeoeiated Press,) >NBW YORK, May l.-Less than a quarter of a million shares of stocks were dealt ln on the Stock Exchange to? day, limiting the low luvel thus far for Hit? year. The market was Intensely dull and narrow ? throughout. The declaration by tho Pennsylvania Railway dimeters Of the regular semi-annual dividend of 8 per conti was tho occasion of tho buying of Pennsylvania up to. a level ot, IVi. above last night by the tradors who had ?old tho stock yesterday on an Irrespon? sible rumor that the dividend rate was to bo reduced. Delaware and Hudson was marked up rapidly In the late deal Inge without any special news to account for It. The concentrated buying Mid bid? ding up of Mlnsourl Pacific was attri? buted to the pool which has long beon Interested In the stock. ...

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. — 2 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. ! Miller ? Rhoads. A Saturday Sale of Corsets Very Much Underpriced. . They aro all of tho lending malees, but tlio sizes aro very much broken. If You're size is hore, Notice what a saving thoro'll bo. ,, ?2.00 \ I I 780, "i is.? > Corsets now - - $1,00 nnd f Corsets now and ?s.oo ) ' ii.oo ; 39o, A BABY CAP FOR 25c. Not an ordinary Cap nt thnt prlce.hut nn extraordinary on$. New Sheer lm.wn with live clusters of cords that Imitate tucks very closely. Hemstitched hem with points of embroidery and vn! lnco 23o. 10c. and 19c. Candies To-day Only, 6c. lb. Perfectly fresh and pure?some of it only reached us last .night. Marshintillows. Popcorn Molasses, Lemon and Mint Drops, Apricot Jelly, Cocoauut Squares and 'Vanilla Kisses. This price for Saturday only. ? ? ~ - ^900909099909000000900000* | ?Personal \ \ \ ^?000000000000000000000000^ The society event of ycstorday was tho Berrean danced In tho Masonic Temple last evening under tho leadership of Mr. 'Adolphus Blair ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. EDITORIAL SECTION. ra?ffl?. ?BIB ffi: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,231. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 8,1008. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ?EVENTS THAT ENGAGED THE PUBLIC MIND DURING THE WEEK JUST PAST. THE BIRTH OrWESLEY Its Celebration Is Not a Metho? dist Matter. PROGRAMME IS PREPARED Exercises Will Begin May 17th and Last Until 20th?Addresses by Many Men of Eminence?Notes and Gossip. "It Is not merely a Methodist matter," Xald Dr. Edward Leigh Poll yesterday, In speaking of tho aproachlng? celebration of the bl-centenary of Wesley's birth. "Wesley was a Methodist," Dr. Poll explained, "but ho was more: he was ft .world force, and It Is an unwritten law ?hat a world force cannot be held In fee Himple by any single denomination. Lutheran? would have their hands full trying to establish exclusive claims in Martin Luther; or Presbyterians In Jona? than Ed wards; or Episcopalians in Phil? lips Bruoks; or Baptists In I John A. Broadus. Wesley's famo did not rest up<?n Methodism. He was fim...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

VIRGINIANS TAKE HIGH HONORS AT SOUTHERN BAPTIST SEMINARY (Special to The Titnes'-Dlepatoh.) LCUlSVH-iIiE, KY-, May 2.?The offer of $1,000,000 made by tho Atlanta Baptists to haere the Southern Baptist Theological .Seminary removed from Louisville to At? lanta, Ga,, has caused no little stir among the Baptist ot tills State. The Baptists of Kentucky aro beginning to realise that they will have to work if the Institution remains at Louisville. It. Is expected that quite a spirited dis? cussion will 'be? witnessed when the ques? tion o'f removal ' comes up before tho Southern Baptist Convention, whloh will meet ? In a few days In Savannah, Ga. There Is already a great deal of discus? sion of the matter In this State. Ken? tucky has done a great deal for the Sem? inary, and will do all In hor power to koep It at Louisville. When the Institution was In her Infancy and passing through the molt dlffloult port of hor existence, Kentucky came to her rescue, and made large donations to havo h...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

LAW-MAKERS "VERY SCARCE Not Enough on Hand to Ac? complish Much Business. ENTICING AWAY SERVANTS Bill Passed by Until ?. Tuesday? Mr, Whltehead Excoriates the School at Blacksburg?Mr, Fulton Makes an Explanation. Although the General Assemhly was In nosHlon for nearly two hours yesterday, nothing of Importance wu? dono In eith? er house Thel'o was bnroly a ?luorum of ulthor, Tho Senate put in the time considering the committee bill ns to city and town government, and almost com? pleted It No action was taken on tho Opio resolution, as to dato of adjourn? ment and It went over until Tuesday, In tho House, much of tho time of tho see nlon was consumed In discussion of the hill ?b to enticing servants from employ? er*, but tho bill wont ovor until Tues? day next, The crop post commission bill furnished the text for a criticism of tho Blacksburg School by Mr. Whltehead, of Norfolk, who opposed the expenditure of money In the attempt to eradicate tho San Joso scale. Several unimportant l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

The Times-Di spatch Published Oaliy and WeeKty at Ne. 4 Nerth Tenth Street, Rtehmend, Va. Entered January 8/, 1903. at Rich? mend. Va., *? Secundadas? Mutter, Under A? of Con? gres? of Maroh 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES? Dl SPATCH Is ?old ?t tt eents a copy. The 8UNDAY TIMES-DlSPATCH le ?eld at 6 cents a copy.. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 'M tient? a month, $5,00 a year, ?2,80 for '?Ik months, $1.S0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES'DISPATCH by meli, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES? DISPATCH, In? eludine Sunday, by Carrier, 13 cents per week. the SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, I1.0C year. All Unslfjned Communications will bo ?rejectod. Rejected Communication? will not be returned Unless accompanied by ?tamP??. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 510 East Broad Streot. SUNDAY. MAY 3, 1003. A CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION. Yesterday we quoted from the Now York Tribune and the New York Sila | nomo advanced, not to say startling S'Views concerning the r...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

NEW YORK'S POSTOFFICES, PAST. PRESENT AND FUTURE NB WYORK, May !?The business men of New York ?tro keenly disappointed because the last Congress out from the appropriation bill tho $2,000(000 called for to secure the site for a now general post ofllco building. Yet there ho* boen no great outcry over this, for the reason that the experience of a century has demonstrated that this city's demands for postal facilities must bo met, and that an act of obstruction or negligence? by one Congress must be speedily recltlfled by another. Whatever difference of opinion there may be as to the oxaot site "uptown" that should be chosen for a now general postofllce, opinion, as expressed through official and unofficial sources, Is . unani? mous on tho point that tho government? must make provisions for one. Conse? quently, while delay Is annoying, it Is not discouraging to those who under? stand tho situation. i This demand for a new general post i ofllce "uptown," that Is, In. the vicinity of Th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

The most beautiful of all months, the : month of May, Is here. The earth, new? ly arrayed, Is su goodly a sight to see that living In doors Is a penance to the lover ot nature In her fairest phantasies. . Tho name of the month Is from a Latin and Sanskrit root which means to grow. So this Is the season of growing and blowing or blooming, when tho green of gross blades, covering tho ?round .\ltli a velvet mantle, Is matched by tho green Of young leaves tossing In tho Spring broozes and glinting In tho Spring sun Shine. In anolont Home, the feasts of "Bona ?ea," the guardian goddess of maidenly youth and innocence, tho beloved god? dess of womanhood, wero hold in Muy, and It Is also a significant fact In re? gard to tho memorial celebrations ftirpughout tho South, which have In? vested Its recurrence with an over deep? ening tenderness and siicrednesB of as? sociation that May was, in tho anclont Eternal City, the time when tho feasts of the dead were held." 'The resurrection of natur...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

"77" You have proven tho value of "Seven ty-ioven" for Grip rind Colds, now try ?r. Humphreys' Specific for the Kltl? ti*ye and BladdeiS-enablde you to pass for Ufo Insurance) for Dyspepsia?re? stores sunny, disposition ? for Ithouma. lUm?dispels tho bano of life; for the Skin?Improves the complexion. At Druggists, 2/5 c?nte oach, or mailed, ?/GDoctor's Book mailed iteti, Humpliroye' Mod. Co., Cor, Wm, & John Sts.,N.Y. INJUNCTION TO; CLOSE SALOONS Licenses Granted In Falmouth on Day Before the Mann Bill Became a Law. (Special to The Tlmei-Dlepnteh.) ' FREDERIC KSBURG, VA.. May l Tho temporanee people of Falmouth Dis? trict. In Stafford county, have, through Attorneys T, Weldon Berry and P. W. Coieman, applied to Circuit Judgo John B,' Mason for an Injunction to restrain C, H, Kennedy, Robert Payne, J. P. Jones and L. G. Roach & Co. from sell? ing liquors. Judge John T, Goolrlck and Charles D. Foster, of this city, are con? testing the Issuance ot an Injunction for tho liquor...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

?SEINING PARTIES ?Alany Have Seen the Big Haul Made at Wldewater. OF PERSONAL INTEREST Movements of ? Number of People Well-Known In Fredericksburg So? ciety?Church Social on Thursday Night. (Special to Tho Tlnv>s-Illsi>ntcli.) FREDERICKSDURG, VA., May I.--TI10 week Just past has boon another quiet ono socially. ? numbor of parties havo been to IVIdewator, on the Potomac dur? ing tho week to witness the hauling of tho big scino there, as this was tho last week of the llsiiing season and to spend a day In tho country and theso were very en Joyablo occasions. Baso-bnll has also been a' ploayjint feature and a line orowd witnessed tuo game yesterday afternoon between the Pro'dotich'sburg: College team ,'and that of Gallnudot College of Wash? ington. A church social was given at the Pros ' byterlan Church on Thursday night by ? the Ladles' Missionary Society and a it largo assoinblago'.enjoyed the programme. Miss Alice ' Gammon and Mr. Charles ?. Wright Bang several vocal number's...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 3 May 1903

MEETING OF BEVERLY MONROE CHAPTER Mrs. Thomas B. Lyons, State Regent, Tells of Work of Daughters of Revolution (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) BTAtrNTON, VA., May 2.?Tho Bev? erly Manor Chapter of tho Dauglitors of the American Revolution held their rog uhtr meeting Wednesday evening at the residence of Mrs. Frank M. Hanger, tlier? being an unusually large gather? ing present. Tho routine business was gone through with, and Miss Mary P. Duvall and Mrs. Frank Hanger both read' 'papers. Miss Sara Grcenleaf Frost gave ft delightful reel lu lion. Mrs. Thomas B. Lyons, of Charlottusvlllo, State Regent, was prosont at tho meeting, and was /ormally Introduced, Mrs. Lyons' gave a short instructivo talk on the State work of the Daughters of the Revolution. Aftor tho meeting refreshments wero served and the ovenlng : most pleasantly Spent. Mrs, Lyons 1b the gaost of local Regent, Mrs. Charles Curry, on Pros? pect Street. ?'- Tho Chesapeake and Wesiorn Railway Company has leased from Mr. 'Sam...

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. — 3 May 1903

THE MARKET IS LIFELESS All Classes Continue to Be Indifferent. MEW YORK UTILITIES ROSE This Was on Demand from Bears to Cover Short Contracts?Mexican Railway Stocks Felt Good Ef? j feet of Rise In Price of Silver. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, May 2.?The almost lifeless condition of to-tlny's stock market ro Ileelod Ilio continued IndlfTeronco of nil classes. The domami for tho Now York Public Utilities seemed duo to covering of short contracts by boars, who hoped for a decline as a result of the establishment of tho franchise tax. Tho renewed rise In t.ho silver market started tho National Railway of Mexico stocks upward again, and the ?melting stocks were slightly benefited from tho cause. Pennsylvania's not earnings for March wore a disappoint? ment, the gain In tho gross earnings for tho lines east of Pittsburg and Erie be? ing practically wiped out by tho added operation expenses, whllo for tho Une? west ot Pittsburg a substantial net do crenso was shown. Official expression...

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. — 3 May 1903

FINANCIAL SITUATION Monetary Consideration As? suming Dominant Influence. THE RAILROAD OUTLOOK Heavy Traffic is Reported On All Lines And Monthly Earnings Show Qon ?ral Increase. Labor Outlook Has Considerably Improved (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) NEW YORK, May, 2.-Although mone tao.* consideration? havo played un( Im? portant part In shaping tho course o? tho ?took market during the last f?w w?ok?, they aro again assuming tholr old position of dominant factor in the futuro of tho situation. Too' much ?tros? cannot bo laid on the fact that tho next elx month? Will tax the reaourcoa of tho bank? to an unusual degrco; the hoavy disbursements incident to tho Panama payment and tho notation of vaiUoue bond Issue?, tho maintenance of trust company roserve? and the large crops have already boon Clscussod In theso column?. The o penditure? necessitated thereby may or may not be exaggerated, but tho fast re? main? that tho resource? of flnanolal Institution? aro being fmtlfled to creato...

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. — 3 May 1903

Qheris Store Not a few trifling things here and there, but a whole store full this ONE OF THE of goods at selling values as will make BEST STORES IN AMERICA. The dilemma of merchants and manufacturers see the large sources of outlet, and because they nearly always find merchan? dise relief in Cohen's great outlet. THE BEGINNING OF A NEW PRICE ERA STARTS MONDAY, The most wonderful price-making time of the season. Wild Selling' of Made Garments. There is a harvest for buyers on the second floor?25 to 50 pe.t cent, off best value prices now. New-Cut Covert Cloth Jackets, with strapped ?cams, satin lined, $7.60. $?0.00 Tailor-Mnde Suits nro $5.00. $12.60 Suits, in all colors nnd sizes, l'or $8,00. $15,00 and $10.50 Suits now. $10.00. $22.60 Suits nre $15.00. $27.50 and $32.60 Suits arc $20.00. $35.00 and $42.00 Suits aro $25.00. $8.60. Coats, of all-silk taffeta, for $2.08. $10.00 Coats, of all-silk peau de soie, for $5,00. $12.50 Coats, of all-sillc taffeta, with embroidered circular c...

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. — 3 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. LA TE NEWS: WANTPAQES. ?*BI??? IS.I-WHOLE NUMBER, 16,231. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1908. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SMiMYQF 0AY'S HEWS FORECAST, . WASHINGTON, May 2.?Forecast for Sunday und Monday, Virginia? Kali* ? ,.id warmer Sunday; Monday fair; light to fresh southeast to' tonili winds. . North Carolina?Falf? Sunday and Mon? day, slowly rising temperature! light to ii'o?H northwesterly winds, becoming southeasterly. Again yesterday tho weather was decid? edly chilly nt times, but tho day os a . whole w.'ib dellghtrul. The outlook for lo? ony Is fair and somewhat warmer. i STATE OF ???~tG????????13?, ? Al M.SO 1?? Al.r.7 ? ?, ?G. a 0 ?'.. ?..:. r.7 9 V. ?.50 m midnight . 4S Average .64 ' Highest temperature yesterday.00 Lowest temperature yesterdny. 42 Alean temperature yesterday.. 5(1 Normal temperature for May. 07 Departure from normal temperature. 11 Precipitation during past ?M hours.... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. ?May 3, 1003. Bun rises.0:1'' ? HIGH TIDE. . Bun se(3.7...

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. — 3 May 1903

that there was snsptolon sufficient to ?warrant an Investigation and ft raid. Colonel Romih and Marshal Morgan Treat conferred, And tho result wa? that Marshal Treat wired the Department of Justice and naked for an Interpreter, ? A reply woe received by the marshal, Stating that the Interpreter was on tho ?cay. He did not show up rvt the timo expected, end th? marshal sent a mes? sage, to tho Ji.v.'.i linent, but about ilio tltn? R was dltm&tohod th? Interpreter arrived. Ho is Charles Roy, a nativo Chinese, now employed a? a government Inspector and Interpreter. Seventeen Search Warrante Yesterday morning Colonel Beach, Mar? shal .Treat, Chief Deputy Dyer, Cashier 'Thomas F. Menny, Deputy Marshals Bon Alt and Bland and others started out, no? . eompauled by the Inspector, the marshal having ilret' armed himself with, seven? teen1 searcu-warrants, : Issued by Com? missioner Brady. Almost every Chinese ?aundry, etere and residence in this olty . ; and Manchester was visited and ne...

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. — 3 May 1903

MEMBERS OF BENEVOLENT AND SECRET SOCIETIES OF AMERICA HARTMAN PRAISING TM-NA **SSSsaS^MrJSSB?SBUSS^MMS?i. Grand Lodge of Free Masons. Madame Isa? bella Ellen Ba voas, Lifo Gov? ernor of the - Grand Lodge of J Free Mimons of England, says: "While travel? ing I contracted a most persistent cold. My head ached, my ; ; eyes und nose seamed constantly 'fun ? 1 n g, and my lungs wero Bore. A druggist recom? mended Poru?a, which cured me." ?Isabella E. Ba-, veos. Loyal Mystic Le olon, of Min? nesota. Mr. James . S. Parks, 283 Endl cott Building. St. Paul, Minn., writes: "I prize Peruna for its healing qualities In cases of catarrh of the stomach and lungs."?James 8. Parks. Independent Order of Foresters, of lows. B. O. Tucker, Treasurer- Inde? pendent Order of j Forcsters.of Coun oll Bluffs, la., writes: "P etr u ? a has been both doctor and medicin? chest at my moth? er's homo .G o r years. "We use It nuce cssfully in kidney troubles, liver, complaints, nnd stomach and ' bowel diseases,"?...

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. — 3 May 1903

A SOCIETY MUSICALE Weekly Meet of the Bowling Club at the Casino Alley. THE COMPASS WHIST CLUB Mrs. A. C. Jones Entertained at Cards , Friday Evening at Her Home on West Avenue?The Matinee Euchre Club on Thursday, V (Special to The. Tlmcs-Dlsputch,) i? NEWPORT NEWS, VA,, May 2,-Tho! . society folk of the city turned out In num " berg Thursday evening to attend the mu felcrle given at > St.. Paul's Episcopal Churcli. Tne affair was one of the musi? cal treats of the season. The organ selections, tho solos and tho singing of the vested choir of the church wero all excellent and tho arrangement ot the programme could hardly havu been Im? proved upon. Miss Laura Qlldnor, tho or? ganist of the ohurch, was In charge of the recital and sho was assisted by Prof, Koerner and Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of ' Norfolk, and others. I The Bowllng??lub held its weekly meet? ing at the paslpo alley Monday evening. tTho highest scores wero modo by Miss Addle New', of Portsmouth, and Dr. E, J, APPlegat...

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. — 3 May 1903

RELIEF IN MANCHESTER ^Olympia Club to Assist Suf? ferers at West Point. ELKS MEET 10-MORROW \N umber of Candidates for Initiation * Judge Gregory May Succeed ,Mr% Wells?Mrs. M. B. Llpscomb III, Services In tho Ohurches. r At a meeting of the Olympia Club last ?light at Mooro and Burko's Hall It was ?elermlncd to givo an entertainment, at Mador Hall for the benefit of the West I'olnt sufferers. Tho entertainment vin be given ?this (week and will bo on nn elaborate scale, end will bo taken port la by the mem iei's of tho club ana outeldo talent The dato cannot be fixed until tc-mor o'w night, when another meeting of the elub will be held, and all ihe, prelimina? ries and detalle determined upon. It Is believed that the hall will be given freo of all oharge, and It Is tho determination of tho club to turn over every cent taken In on account of the ensestalnroent to the relief fund. , ( 'Those who win talee part in the'enter? tainment aro Mm. Jennie Ysamans, Miss? es Gertrude Atleti and...

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. — 3 May 1903

TRIAL IS FORMURDER Naval Court-Martlal May Pass Death Sentence. NEGRO IS THE PRISONER Stabbed Another Enlisted Man to Death Aboard Ship?Firs? Case of the Kind for Period of Sixty Years. Times-Dispatch Bureau, No. 1417 O Street, N. W., Washington. D. C, May 2. ft For the first time In sixty-odd years, '..?the Navy Department will try a man for an offense Involving the possible Infliction . of the death penalty. The case in point Is that of William Anthony, a colored mess attendant on the Olympia, flagship of .Rear Admiral Coghlan, commanding the Caribbean, squadron now in the Nor? folk harbor. Soveral months ago this man' got into an altercation on board ship with another enlisted oolorod man, and stabbed him to death. It la alleged that tho de? ceased provoked the assault by making a vile charge against Anthony. .??? Shortly after the occurrence, Rear-Ad ?'tnlral Coghlan appointed a court-martial ?tor the trial of.Anthony on the charge of niurder. The'court convened at San fjuan dur...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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