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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. EDITORIAL SECTION. if??ill??fi: S888S?S !? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,237. RICHMOND, VA, SUNDAY, MAY 10,1SI03. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GREAT WORK OF HE ART CLUB This Year's Exhibit Is to Begin May loth and Will Last Two Weeks. SOME OF THE PAST TRIUMPHS OF CLUB It Has Grown Steadily Since Us Formation in 1806, and the Exhibit This Month Bids Fair to Eclipse Any of Ils Previous Achievements?Tho Offi? cers and Active Members. The first mooting which brought together Ihn nucleus of Mint is now tho Rlchrnonrl Art Club waa hold November ?.0, IMj, In the home ?if Airs. George Ben Johnston, No. 407 Bast Crac? Street. At this meeting Mr. Robert ?. Lancaster, Jr., Mas elected president, with Mr, William C. Nolan?! vice-presi? dent, Miss Edith Beveridge secretary, und Mrs, Mulvcrn Patterson aa treasurer. On October 2S, 1SB8, Mr. Lancaster, the highly esteemed president of the club, ror.lgned and was succeeded by Mr. E. V. Valentino, with Mr. John Ruth'erfoord Ba vice-president. In 16'J!) Mr;...

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. — 10 May 1903

?aillt'Jt.lU^llWSUSSWWlW?WWBWJUUJ.l?n|'l'.' ??p*p?: r?tt, Hals*?. Harvey. tfbbb?, Lylo, Mis-1 ?le, .Mcllwalne. Moon, Opio. Salo. Bhackel tord. Kh?n(i.i. St. Clair, Wallace and .Watklns-li. MAyS--Mes??*, Anderson, Rruce. Prynnt. Byars, Chapman. Claytor, Cogblll. Dln wlddle. Foni, Gold, Gunter, Hnrninn. Keezoll, Lupton, Sears. Tyler, Walker and Wlekham-?? Tht- amendment waa declared lost. Made Mere Assault. The next amendment wns thnt of Mr. Gold, of Clarke, which was to strike out of the second muse for removal tho words "with the Intention of so using In the event the ?aid Crawford failed to apologize." The eifert of this amendment was to reduoo the assault of Campbell from a premeditated one to ? mero as .snolt under provocation, nnd In the heat of passion. Tho amendment was adopted yeas, ?j; nays, 9. as follows: was?Messrs. Anderson, Barksdale, Bryant, Byars, Chafcman, Clnytor bori?? hoe, Garrett. Gold, Guntor, Harvey, Hobbs, Lylo, Massle, Mcllwalne, Moot), Opte. Sale, Sears, Shac...

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. — 10 May 1903

? THE TIMES-DISPATCH: RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 10, IDOS. Jhalhimer's* Jhalhimers. Phalhimer's. Great Sale in the Ready*Made Section. Right in Mid-Season, When Styles Are at Their Best and the Demand the Greatest. But swift and sure comes the retribution of having bought too much. Prices will be put on this stock for to-morrow that will SAVE THOUSANDS TO THE FORTUNATE ONES WHO CAN ATTEND THIS GREAT MAY SALE. Tailor-Made Suits. While our great reduction sale of Tailor Made Suits has caused a noticeahlc decrease in size and assortment of our stock, there arc many choice styles awaiting your inspection. liny now. You will need a suit for your vacation trip, and he well equipped for early fall wear at a Saving of 10 to 25 Per Cent, on {four Purchase. Splendid values In dress nulls, all tho new <C ?? f\(\ materials. 17.TO to. .JVfU.UU Walking suite at $15.00 nnd ??.00. Cannot be dupli? cated at ?20.00 and $25.00. Special Notice. Finding it impossible to sparo tho required room, we ha...

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. — 10 May 1903

?Tho ' Times-Dispatch jfrdilislied Dni'ly nnd Weekly at No. 4 g lCorlh Tonili Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 100,1, at Richmond, Va., ns Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, lR7n. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 3s ?old nt 2 cents ? eopv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH la Sold nt 5 cents a cop v. * DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? to centi?, p month; $5.00 a year, $2.50 for B?jc months; $1.,"0 for three months. ;:5 SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail 4$2.00 ? rear. ? . ' | The DAILY TlMfeS-DISPATCH, in chnliCK Suncbyj .-toy, jCarricr, 15 cents per sieeki The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? renfs per week, g The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, jfcl.00 year. All Unsigned Conimunir.it ions will be Selected. ? Rejected CommU)iientioii9 will not be ??turned unless nceompnnicd bv stamps <?? Uptown Office ntT. A. M"illcr's, >no, tflO East Broad Street. SUNDAY. MAY 10, 1903. HEMORIAL DAYS. . Whether the Southern memorial observ? ances had their origin In New Orleans, Columbus. Ric...

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. — 10 May 1903

ART PRODUCTS SUITED TO Every-Day Requirements. A Dig Step Ahead. . Talking Machines have made grent mlvnncn wIMtln tho last few ywirs, nntl tho Victor has been olear nhend of tho rest, ns Its four million dollar busi? ness lnst year will show. But all the Improvements thnt wero ever mado In nil tho talking ma chinos put together don't compare with tho last improve? ment in tho VICTOR. *??????*< W W W iff if ers! 1 World Beaters! . STEINWAY, KNABE, I I HARDMAN, STANDARD, ? KIMBALL, HAINES. ' If any ono offers you a " just ns good " piano at a lower prico than one of tho ahove costs, you liad bettor buy it, but make sure that it 13 JUST AS GOOD. It Plays Your Piano? The Plnno Is, in mtjst homes, nn ex? pensive, Idle lux? ury, because of the immense ?lli?lcul tlcn surrounding Its uso. All the beau? tiful music o? which It, Is cnnnbln Is lost entirely In 099 houses out of 1,003. -With the PIANOLA any? body In your homo en ? piny tho' Plano pcrf?3ctly, oven the most difficult mu? sic....

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. — 10 May 1903

BAZAAR LADIES RETURN THANKS Express Gratitude to All Who Aided Them to Make the Occasion Such a Grand Success. Thnnks nre due from the Confederate Bazarr Association 16 the following: Mr. George Kelley, for his dosigli of badges nnd the booths: to the flnlly press; The Telephone Com? pany; The Beatlfont IJthia Water lor dally supplies; O. H. Berry, for win? dow deooratlon, "Fort Sumter;" Four ?jurean, Temple & Co., for window deco? ration?"Camp Scene;" Passengor and Power Company, for lights nnd transpor? tation; Tho Express Compnny for freight; Sydnor ?ft Hundley, for furniture; Mr. Leath nnd Mr. Dnnlel, for scenery} Chesa? peake nnd Ohio, for headlight; Southern Car Works, for bend light; Cablo Piano Company, for plano; Walter D. Moses ft Company, for plano; Southern Stnmp and Stationery Company, for typewriter; Arngon Coffee Company, for coffee nml sending Mr. Rogers to make it; Llpton Tea Company for ten; Cold Storage Ice Company, for lee; Richmond Mantel Com? pany, Tor mant...

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. — 10 May 1903

This 1b pre-eminently tho coaching sea? son, the Benson for riding and driving tlirogh tho roads and woods fragrant with tho perfumo of honeysuckle and eglantine. Buttercups spread a cloth of gold mantle over tho velvety surface of mead? ows; tho dandelion nodR Ite head In tho passing breeze and beside tho brook Is seen; "Tho marsh marigold that shines llko flro In fields and marshes green. Everything In nature Is calling for out? door living nnd merry-mnklng. Tho tnl ly-ho with Its rollicking horn and Ite prancing steeds tnkes young mon find maidens far a-lleld to return through tho gloaming with their arms (Hied with tho ?wool spoil of wild flowor? nnd grasses. Coaching parties havo many pleasant objective points within easy ?listante. Ono of tho favorite of these in provlou? seasons has been Glen Allen. Parties going can have tho full charm of the country n-bloss?m In May for seven or eight miles. A delicious eup l>cr at Forest Lodge makes the return drive seem tho plensnntest...

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. — 10 May 1903

BROAD AND ? E T FAULKNER CO., FIRST STS. The Daylight Cash Store. We are Agents for Standard Patterns. A Money Saving Triumph. BARGAINS AS CERTAIN AS TO-flORROW'S SUN. ?? jESULTS aro tho strongest convincer?. Our advertisements only begin in the -?S. papers ; the strongesl pari of them is in their fulfillment in giving values Sejg) that force recognition as genuine bargains that win appreciation and instill confidence. We ask you to read prices, and be among the first here Monday. Colored Dress Goods. Special In nil colors Is a 40 lnch Eternine, worth 39c, for All colors In a Mie. Veiling, corded, for... 25c Nun's 3pc Silk Specials. ? full Hnn of Lining Silks, ?G? all the best shades, only_ OUL, and figures, 24 luchos wide, for Black Goods. A G/V?. Etnmlno, 40 Inches wide, for Monday nt. Tho 69c, quality Black end While Striped Mohair, 40 Inches wide, AQ has been reduced to. "PC 39c Bargains No. 1. 10c Ducks for 5c. The b?jst quality Duck that ever sold at 10c. In dots, s-trlpos nnd...

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. — 10 May 1903

PETERSBURG CARD_CLUBS Last Meeting of Wednesday Club for the Season GOOD IMPERSONATIONS The Charles Dana Gibson Entertain? ment at the Parish House of St. Paul's Church Was Successful. Pictures in Pantomime. (Spedili to Tho Tlnies-DI'.paUh.) PETERSBURG. VA., May 'J.-Thero Were liuemrous card parties In Peters? burg tills week besides many other en? tertainments thnt furnished pleasure for the society people. Tho Wednesday Club, which contains the best muslcul talent In tho city, held Its last meeting of the BO??on at the home of Mrs. A. D. Hamil? ton. Miss Marie McGUl delightfully enter? tained at cards Wednesday nfternoon. Confederate Hcnre cards were used. Mrs. II. G. Leigh won the first prize, Miss An nie Watson ?jecond prize, and Miss Helen Venablo tho consolation prize. Those rlaylng wore: Mrs. William Budd. Mrs. Alfred Alfrlend. Jr., Mrs. J. H. Clalborne, Mrs. W'i'it. Mrs. Thomas Scott, of Rlchmono, Mrs. Vlrgio Campbell, Mrs. J. Gordon Heimle, Mrs. Sam Williams, Mr?. Alexander...

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. — 10 May 1903

THE TONE WAS HEAVY Professional Trading Only, and That Desultory. STATEMENT DISAPPOINT'G Gain in Cash Reserves Only About Half What Was.Expected?Traders Pro? fessed Uneasiness Over Man churian Situation. (Bf A??ocli>t?.l Pre*?..) NEW YOlii-i, May P.?Desultory profes? ional tradlnft was all that was In evi? dence In to-dfty'e stock market. Tho tone was heavy throughout, and traders pro? fessed considerable apprehension over the outsome of the situation In Manchuria. The bnnk statement was also a disap? pointment, as the gain In the cush re servee was only about half the amount expected from the reports from the known movements of money. Another loan In? crease of over W,(iOO,(?0 was ascribed to tbo - sontlnued trnnsfer of debts from foreign to domestic lenders, which has kept up the rate of exchnngo during the week to near tho gold export point. Tho question of nn outgo of gold next week Is left open, as money nnd discounts were firm to-day In London, and the exchange mar? ket kep...

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. — 10 May 1903

VIRGINIA'S LANDS CEDED TO UNION Difference of Opinion Be? tween Author and Critic. A Scholarly Discussion. (Severn! months affo, In Tho Dispatch, there, was published a review, written by an eminent Jurist of this city, of book called "The Territorial Growth of the United States," tho work of a ?lls llnguishod educator In Massachusetts. Wo have received a letter from the au? thor, Dr. William A. Mowry, of Hydo Park, Mass., In defence of his hook; and a reply to this lettor ,nt tho hand, of ids critic. There Is so much of hlstorirni research and Informed discussion In tills correspondence that wo tako pleasure In laying the two lotter? before our readers. ?Editors Times-Dispatch, DU. MOWRY'B LETTER. To the Editor of Tho Rlohmond Dispatch: In your Isauro of Nov. 20 Is a two column nrtlrk?, signed "l?. R. Vf," reviewing my Iw It, recently published, with tho abovo til >. ('"Dio Territorial Growth of tho ? lied States.") : ..-n grateful to the scholarly rcviower for his favorablo opi...

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. — 10 May 1903

SEEM INCREDULOUS, they aro so far vmtlor-pricod. Hero, ns elsewhere, any goods yon huy can ho returned if not perfectly satisfactory. Read a few of tiloso l?ricos. Thero are hnndrods of others: Embroidered .Muslin Curtains, 5-inch ft ill, Monday $1.19. Embroidered Curtain Muslin, 16 nnd 20C. quality, for 11c. MERCERIZED LINING SAT TEEN, nil colors and black, 25 and 37c. quality, for 15c. Finest Percaline, that cost aoc, black only, 15c. LADIES' PERCALE SHIRT? WAISTS, well made, nil sizes, 37c. ones, jgc. 270 Boys' Shirt-Waists, of per? cale, for 15c. ' LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS? $1.50 ones for 69c. 100 boxes of Paper and En? velopes, 29c. ones, for ige. Hundreds of Paper-Bound Books for 3c. A lot of Embroidery Silk for 2C skein. * VqUART GRANITE SAUCE? PANS FOR 29c. 7-inch, Pie-Plates, 3c. $1.98 Gas or Oil Stove Ovens for $1.00. 6-quart Saucepans for ioc. Largest Bread Raisers, 30 and 40C. PRINTED SATIN STRIPED MADRAS, 12V?; and 16c. value, for 8%c. iCc. Printed P. K. Welts for 7c. 16c...

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. — 10 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. LATE NEWS: WANT PAGES. iBSSS^'.SSSSgB.lSi I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,237. KICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 10,11108. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. May n.-Forocnst for Hunrlay and Monday: Virginia? Frtlr Sunday and 'Monday?, light onst to southeast winds, becoming vnrla North Carolina?Fair Sunflny an?l Mon day, except rain Rnndav on the coast? ?warmer In west portion Hundav: brisk linrtbenst winds on the coast, diminishing Buiio.y. - * Tho mercury reached 72 yesterday, but there was a breeze Mining nnd the tem? perature was by no means disagreeable. ?I he outlook for to-day and to-morrow Is fair. STATE OF THrTTHEItMOMETER. ? ?. M. , (? 32 m. ............ ri ri J! ?. M. , ~? r> p. M.;.. (?, .? p. ?.:::::.:::..:::::::: w n midnight .M Average . G5V4 Highest temperature yesterday. 71 Lowest temperature yesterday....?.) ?l Menu temperature yesterday......13 Normal temperatura for May. ?7 Departure from normal temperature.. 01 Precipitation during ...

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. — 10 May 1903

tnkrfi In STftiirhiirift nre onlt,' In pcH dcff!i?f." Tlie Count called In person at the De phUnietit nf Rtnte Abolit nomi to lAtlt Over (lie MftHcnurlnri situation with ?? a retnry liny nnd It Is supposed Hint lv OOhveycd assurances on the same lines to the secretary. MO INTERRUPTION OF OPEN-DOOR POLICY (By ,\?.'<lfitr!l I'moO JPAJttS, May P.?Commenting en the Manchurlnn shuntimi, the rUTitlftlfl hot'.? sny the French nnilnissudor at ?l. l'clcrs burg has had nn interview on the .? uli ject with Fnieigil Minister bnttlsflotif? commercial Intiuests. The reoccUpiltltm "? which hiouglil mil ? repetition of the statement thnt Italia Itftd given positive assurances to tho Uniteci state? that there would he nei interruption "I the open-door ri'iiicv in Mtihchtirln. The vkw held hete is U)nt RuSSlft'8 ?is suniliccs fully Jirntect the Fulled SInUs' New qhwnng by Russian troops Is claim? ed to be n Wholly political ?wue bet we. n Ruslln, Great Britain and Japan, ami Is j not Involving Ame...

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. — 10 May 1903

MANY GO TO WEST POINT Southern Railway's Gene? rosity Aids Fire Sufferers. BENEFIT ?? BOSTOCK'S The Boxing Kangaroo and tha Chim? panzee to Be Among the Main Fea? tures?Children Selling Tickots. Blx passenger conches nnd a bnggage Cnr, th?! former hdon with some four liuiitirctl Rlchmondore, tjeprtrled yester? day iifternoon nt 4 o'clock over the Southern Hallway for West Point, whore Hirco and one-half hours were spent In VlOvVlng the ruins of th rrecent conllugrn flou. The excursionists returned to Rlch ?. utili lust night nt I) o'clook well pleased M th Ilio trip nnd fully Impressed with Ilio havoc that hiis beferi worked by the flic. The receipts of the exi-ursion will nmount to nbout %2ii), and every cent will he generously donated by tho railroad Vrt th?? relief fund which Is being raised to help the flro sufferers. The Southern ???III not deduct one penny to defray the expenses Incurred by the Journey. At West Point the excursionists were met at tho depot by a committee o? pr...

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. — 10 May 1903

THE CLOSE OF A VERY FINE YEAR The Finals at the University College of Medicine Are Now Over The class of tho tenth arid most Mic CesSful session of the University Col lepe of Medicin? will be marked with ci mmenccment exercises of exceptional Interest, held next Thursday evning at i ovin k in th? A?atlcmy of Music. The attendance, a = usual, 1= expected to le very large. The exercises Will lie fol? lowed by a class entertainment at Iho ? "-? mordami Club. Hon. Hou P. Halsey will deliver tho rt Ulon before the elns?es nt the Acad? emy, nnd Bev. Vf. H. Whllsltt. ID. P.. will epefl tlio exorcises with prayer. Tho pulir Is Invited to the Academy. Ad tr.isslon to the reception nt the club will b by t-i id. On Wednesday night the nnnunl meet? ing and reunion of the Alumni Assoclu t "ii will be held nt the rolhigp Inilldln?. TJie exerrlfro will he ut ? must Interest? ing ennrncter. Publio clinic? will be held throughout the day nn Thursday, Among those tVh? will tnke part In these clinics ...

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. — 10 May 1903

FAIR QUEEN OF RALEIGH CARNIVAL IS CROWNED ??? Carnival Ball on Friday Night the Society Event of the Week. (Hpfclnl to The Times.tll-p.itch.) RALEIGH, N. C, May 9.?The crown? ing social event of tho pnst week was the rarnlval ball held on Friday night In Olivia Roney Library hall room. The ball wan large!}' attended nnd proved a bril? liant affair. Dancing wns under the direction of Mr. John It. Andrews, nnd 'continued from 10 until 1 o'clock. Tho feature of the bull, the crowning ?of Miss Lillian Tucker ns ?pieen of the carnival, occurrerl nt 12:30 o'clock, Mr. EI men Shnffer. tvns her escort, and Mrs. Garland Tucker her darne of honor. The queen wore white liberty silk, with Jewels. Altornoy-Genoriil Robert M. (311 mcr. presented the magnificent dlnmontl ring, and Mr. Frank Slronach the boati? tlflilly Jeweled crown. The speeches of both were most happy and fluently ex? pressed. The patronesses of the bail were Mrs. .Sherwood Hlggs, Mrs. Joseph E. Pogne, Mm. Wllllnm B, Grimes. Mrs...

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. — 10 May 1903

CREDITABLE WORK OF PETERSBURGER Portrait Medallion Executed by Air. Louis Paulcro, of Mechanics' Institute (Spretai to The Tlraen-PIspatrh.i FI3TKRSI3UG. VA? May fl.-Tho Peters burg Orpheus Quartette assisted by Misa Frances Leigh Starr, of this city, will ! give ? ? entertainment at' f?Te Academy of Music next Friday evening. The tronrtetUT is composed of Prof. Joseph Watson, first tenor; F. Gerald Strntton, second tenor; Hugh R. Smith, Jr., baritone; K. W. Butcher, Jr., bass. The quartette Is very popular In this city and has with much success given en? tertainments In other cities. Miss Starr ag nn elocutionist Is quite a favorite In Petersburg. Tho portrait medallion In the window of Buchanan's jewelry storo Is a fine example of sculpture In low relief nnd I has been admired ns an artistic, piece of | work. The medallion Is of? high grado ? ItalTTii marble anil shows ??? profile of j Mme. Helene Noldi, prima ?Tonna of the ! Gordon-Shay Opera Company, und was ! executed by Mr. Lo...

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. — 10 May 1903

SCANDALS INCREASING James Dower Dismissed for Not Sustaining Charges. MR. TULLOCH TALKS AGAIN Bays His Charges Must Have Been Sus? tained In Letters Received by Post? master-General, Else Replies Had Been Made Public, (Ily Amoclntcel Prom.) WASHINGTON, May 9. - Postmaster General Payne to-dny dismissed James l Dower, a fireman, employed In the Post office Department, as a result of charges that Dower recently filed against Chief Engineer James O'Dohnel! and othor su? perior ofllcor*. Dower alleged that a ring to govern promotions und othor matters existed In the engine-room ana that Im? proper contracts hud been made. Tha charges were Investigated by a postotTlca Inspector and tho report doos not sustain thorn. Tho I'uatmaster-Oeneral announced to-day that the action of Dower In "milking the frivolous and scandalous charges, giving them publicity and then fulling utterly to sustain them, ls to ihe detriment of tho service and subversivo of ull discipline, the discharge ot Dow? er is...

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. — 10 May 1903

GREAT JAVANAIS IS IN RICHMOND The Famous Imported French Coach Horse Brings His Blue Blood to Virginia. Richmond horsemen nro congratulating Colonel Barton Grundy upon his having fit-cured from Hw? colobTnlfd breeding farm of Miller nnd Slbley, of Franklin, Pennsylvania, tho famous Kreuch conch horse stallion .Tavahftla fby Aptmdel; first cam, Rapide), nuil bringing him home lo enrich Iho ?piiillty of Vlrsinln horses with his line "blue" blood. Colonel Orundy's acquaintance with Jnvennls has existed tor n lung While, nnd the evidence of his admiration for the stock which that thnr t ?ghbrod represents Is noen In his two hiindsoYnc horses, S.'ipho nnd Nizam, both of them prize-winners at the Rlclunoiitl Horse Show nnd the Deep Run Hunt Club fcprlng meetings. Javanais was Imported to the United Btatcs In IMO by Dr, Seward Webb, of Now York, who sold him to Miller and Slbley. from whom he comes tn Colono) Urundy. He wns hitched nnd driven nt onco upon his arrival to Bloonilngdnlo farm,...

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