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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

28 Army Generals Send Letters of Endorsement To the Inventor of the Gread Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na. GEN. S. S. YODER. General B. 8. Yodcr, ex-Member of Congres? from Ohio, In a recent letter to Pr Hartman, speaks o? Poru?a nu follows: Washington, D. C. Peruna Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, C: Gfmtlcmen,?"I desire to Bay that I hnve found Pernnn to be a wonderful remedy. 1 only used It for a short timo anal am thoroughly satisfied as to Its merits. I cannot find words to express my gratification for th<* results obtained. As a ?catarrh cure I shall gladly recomni?.-nd It to all sufferer?."?S. S. Yoder. A LETTER FROM GENERAL O'CONNOR. Gen. Dennis O'Connor, Adjt. Gen'l U. V. Legions, 738?32nd St., N. W., Washington, D. C_, writes: "If you are suffering from catarrh or physical debility, imme? diately commence the use of Peruna. It has been of the greatest benefit and service to many of my friends."?Dennis O'Connor. More men of national Importance en? dorse Peruna than any other medicine....

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. — 31 May 1903

ROSE ABOVE HISPARTY Tho Letter of Former District Attorney Phllbln. FIDELITY TO HIS TRUST His Administration of the Affairs of the Affairs of New York County Was Non-Partisan--Democrat, but Not a Party Man. By Hon. Eugene A. Ph'ilbin, ' Former District Attorney of New York County. A partisan ? has Been defined as "one ?whoso Judgment or perception In clouded by n prejudiced ndherenca to his party." In that sense my administration o? the ofllce of district attorney aaf the county of New Yi'ilt was hon-parilsart, and not iroin tho point of vle\*? tliat I ceased to be u party man. 1 remained a Democrat, bill felt that true loyalty to my parly means fidelity to the trust to bo dls Clinrged. i When 1 assumed tho oflico I understood thnt 1 had be?ti appointed as a Damn? erai; in other words, that Qoyornor Ro?so yolt would not have made tho appoint? ment if I had been a Republican, but "would have selected some Domocrat who lio believed would administer tho office solely in the Interest of...

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. — 31 May 1903

FIVE HUNDRED (Continued Prom Flrnt Pago.) ?with a Ions of SirAOOO. Several miles of ;rnllr?nd track are washed out. Commit? 'nlcntlon with Salina was established for a short timo to-tiny by wny of Denver. I A dispatch from there saya the flood /condition? have Improved. A big ripe In tho Smoky Hill River last night caused '?many moro to leave their home?, and hundreds nro now encamped on tho hills' 1 ?nst of town; Most of tho business r lionnes are closed. f i Hill City,has been an Island since Tuen ?lay.: No trains havo been running there this week. Tho town 1b small ?nd the Btonk of provisions Is getting 'very low. People nro suffering greatly. The outlook In Council drove Is ap? palling. On a smaller scale tho situation there 1? much tho same a? that of North Topeka. Nine or moro people have bt?en burned to death In a fVre started by Plucking limn. Reports received to-dny ?say there Is small prospects of the wntor ? falling within tho next twonty-four bourn. ?SNIXplA A "-Tv-Hi . ...

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. — 31 May 1903

BRAND-NEW BUILDING Crowing Sentiment for ?in Up-lo-Date Structure. POWER OF COMMISSION It Has Never Been Discharged and Can Go Ahead and Expend tho Sum Set Aside by the Leg? islature, While there Is strong opposition from the older element of the people, there is n growing sentiment among ' the younger generation that the State ought to bulid a new Capitol, Instead of spend? ing any lnrge sum in ah effort to repair and renovate the old structure so dear from Its historic associations. Tho Capi? tol Commission, It la understood, nre rather embarrassed ns to what should be ?lone. There Is now available about 187,000 of the ?1O0.OOO appropriated by the General Assembly nearly two years ago, but It wns appropriated for a sp?cifie pur? pose, and under such conditions that It Is not practicable to expend it to advantage The sum Is not sulliclent to reconstruct tho building along the lino outllnod by th? architects in tho plans originally drawn. Every cent of tho money can be spent putting...

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. — 31 May 1903

EXERCISES AT RALEIGH Dr. D. if. Abbott Delivered the Annual Address. THE FARMERS' CLUB Gov. Aycock Orders a Special Term of Alamance County Superior Court. Slnle Bond Issue Largely An? ticipated by Expenditure. (Sp?cial to The Times-Dispatch.) RAM'IGIf, N. O., May ?J.-Dceofntion Day was observed here to-day by tho General Meado Pbot, o. A. R., No. a?. A good-slzetl procession moved from tho head of Fiiyetlevillo Street at 5 o'clock to the National Cemetery, wliero Dr, ?D. H. Abbott, (.x-iorporiilloii commissioner, delivered the annual address, nnd Dr. I. McK. Pitt Inner, rector of the Church of tho Clood Shepherd' outdated hh chaplain: Governor Aycock was greatly pleased iviib bis visit to the commencements of Walte Forent College and l,lttlclon I"e rn.-ile College, from which be has Just returned, Both institutions he declared to bo In a wonderfully nourishing con? dition. SPECIAL COURT. The Governor bus ordered a special frrm of Alnninnce county Superior Court to be convened by Ju...

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. — 31 May 1903

JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE "s What Has Been Proven In the Haywood Case. ONLY A MOTION FOR BAIL Qencral Surprise at the Weakness of the Evidence Introduced by the Prosecution ? The Ball Will Likely Be Granted. tSpoclnl to Tbe Ttttiftfetsttp&tob.) BALi?liiH, X. C, May ?,*>?,- The State closed the caso at A o'clock ibis nfter l.oon In the habeas corp.ia tiroceedlng? ol Ernest Hsywood for shooting LUdlow ?Sk Inner February 21st. nnd counsel for defense stated tHat they have .two or three witnesses they will Introduce In re? buttal. Then r??cess was taken until Monday -morning. It has since boon ?greed by counsel that thero will bo no ?argument, so the question of ball will be with the Justices before noon Monday, When the few remaining rebuttal wlt V<-!<!<es aro examined. The fnct th.it Hnywond's counsel do ""not desire to arg?io the case Illustrates their confidence in the case for ball they have made. People generally express "surprise at the unimportant character "of State'...

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. — 31 May 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ?.?WANTED, enmpstent CHAMBERMAID,. .Apply ?I 01IO W. Franklin Htreel. _ frOUNO LADY wanted. Apply at THE HUB CANDY 00., W'l B. Hronal Street. ?WANTED, near Washington, June lilt, flrstolass flnloreal ('?Kali, Walter nnal Wsltrnss; good wn?:os. Apply ?t 1114 H. Third Street. ?WANTED, ? first-class COOK, who is ?ble lo Ink?, ??liiii-t?' ?if kltclit-ii. Apply, to 112 South Tiiirat fifre?. ?WANTED, two experienced DRESSMAKEHB for n npca?tnl line of work; pliort hours nt big pay. Address II. r-. "V.. Rtntlon H, rlly. ?TOUNO LADIES everywhere, oopy letter?, home evenings, 111.SO week. Henil nrt?1resse<l envo lopc for particular*. MANAGER, Kept. H, MO, 11.a? 1411. Philadelphia. I'n. ANTED, Lady Agenta to ??II household rem? edy; good inlying position, Address, with references, kiiyi.oh remedy co., ios W. Lexington HI.. Ilnlllinaaro. Mil. Sw XAD) ADIE3?120 por 1,000, or ?aa. aller Qtiantltle!, pnld weekly, fear copying letter? nt home; no name? to supply: Hollaing to ...

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. — 31 May 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. y~~-. Ry J. D. C'nrneni ,<l Son, , Real Batatas Auctioneers. TRUSTEES AUCTION SALE OF AN ATTRACTIVE AND WELL LO? CATED DETACHED DWELLING. NO. 120T, NORTH TWENTY-FIRST STREET, alN FAlRMOCXri". By vlrttie nt n certain deed of trust, dated September 10. 1M12, nnd recorded In Jlenrloo County Court clerk's offlre In drei Look No. 16.1 H, page 71. defnult hav? ing bee,, made In the payment of o por? tion aaf tlin debt secured thereby, nnd ?h.ivliiK been required by the beneficiary therein 80 to do. I will on MONDAY, JUNE 3. 1W, nt G o'clock P. M? on the premises, proceed to sell by public auc? tion the property Conveyed therein, viz: All that certain lot of land With all the Improvements thereon, In the town of FniriniHint, Hcnrlco county, Vn., begin? ning at a point on the western lino Twenty-first Street, 199 feet. 6 Inches eoii'.h of Fnlrmoiint Avenue, nnd extend" Ing southwardly und fronting on the west? ern line of Twenty-first Street '?g feet, 6 Inches, nnd ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

MEMORIAL EXERCISES IN VIRGINIA Blot on Fraternal Obser? vance in Statinton. A COLORED MAN WAS THE ORATOR Staunton Military Had Agreed to Fire Salute. BUT MARCH AWAY WITH AlANY FOLLOWERS The Keeper of the Federal Cemetory, Who Agreed that No Colored Peo plo Would Take Part, Called on Minister Lyon?, Negro Rep? resentative to Liberia, to Make Address. (Sp-wlal to The Times-Dispatch.) STAUNTON, VA., May SO.-Natlonsl memorial dap tva.s partially celebrated hero to-day and the Staunton Rifles, un? der an agreement with tho Superintendent of the National Cemetery that no colored jieople would tako part in the ceremony, inarched with the parade to the cemetery, ft distance from this city of over a mile, nnd were to have fired a saluto of three rounds over tho gravea of the dead, but after ColoncL HAmpton H. Wayt, of. the Governor's staff, had delivered a short ad? dress, Mr. Lewi*, the keeper of the Fed eraj CerncUa-y, called on Minister Lj-oni", ft negro representative of the L'nlted Stat...

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. — 31 May 1903

NEW LINE TO PETERSBURG A Passenger and Freight Steamer to Norfolk. A GOLF TOURNA/MENT Ferndale Park Casino to Bo Opened With the Presentation of Roanokc. A Heavy Siorm Prevented ?ev. Geo. R, Sluart Being Heard. (Special to The Thiire-l>lspntcb.) PETERSBURG. VA., -May 30.?A nsw pa-ssonr-er nnd freight steaboat Is to bo put on the lino between Petersburg and Norfolk, enrly In June by a com? pany composed of Messrs. T.' V. Parsons, Robert Cabanlss, of Petersburg? and Philip Rogers, W. H. Pun-ell nnd A. R. Morris. ,of Surry county. Tho capital stock of the cnmpa.ny Is to be $30,000. A ??.learner practically new Is to bo pur? chased for the lino and spoclnl accommo? dations will bo made for pnsengers. There has been no steamboat connections be? tween Petersburg nnd Norfolk since the McCall wns taken from the line several weeks ago by Its owner, Mr. J. \V. Phil? lips. A team from the Newport News Gnlf Club and one from tho Riverside Club "played a tournament at tho Country Club grounds...

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. — 31 May 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THREE SECTIONS l THE TIMES, FOUNDED 1888 I TJT/HOT F NUMRFR 16 249 t THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1850 ' WnWLC. iNUi?UDE.n. I?,Z<?7. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS. The True Story of -Bluebeard's Forbidden Room ANOTHER FABLE EXPOSED_____" BI-jebeard?-MHomc at last I All you see is vours. my gazelle !" But. oh* it-trot so lonelv and tiresome while Bhiebeard was away. One fateful day she found the hidden key, and? Her screams of rage at the evidence of Bluebeard's double life-? "This room only you must never enter, nay, even. look jhio P* And thoughts of that forbidden room would'intrude themselves. Throwing* off her fears she pushed open.the door. And duplicity brought the wrathful Turk, but before he could slay her, Brother ?Stephaftapolos. of the Force.-arrived

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. — 31 May 1903

<-2>^IB DAY WITH MR. DAVIS E.x-President at a Missouri Agricultural Fair. VIEWS ON LEE & JACKSON ?Jackson's Capacity to Command a Large ?Army?His Estimate of the Worth of Calhoun ? War Reminis? cences and Anecdotes. (Written for The Tlmcs-DIspatch.) "Lee and Jackson were iho complement lot each other; together In battle, they ?were Invincible," Is the substance of the reply of the President of the Southern Confederacy to my Inquiry ns to his opinion of those famous soldiers. "Jack? son's capacity to successfully command p. largo army was never sufficient)!,' tested to enable me to form an opinion upon that point." Mr. Davis and I were Blono In the parlor of a prominent citizen pf Fulton, Missouri; the former reclining Upon a lounge, resting from the fatlguo Bl his journey from Memphis, Tennes? see, whero ho was then residing. It was In tho afternoon ot a very warm Bay In August, 1S7??. He had come to Fulton, Callaway county. Mo., having been Invited to visit that city by a...

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. — 31 May 1903

jge Germany Not Antagonistic, But Always Ready to Fight. ^ <Bpeclal Correspondence of The Time.' Dispatch.) KIKIj, May 20.?Are the Germana prt taring for war with the United Statoa? 1 think not. They are Jealous of on ?commercial s?ipremncy and In respons 'to the Agrnrlnns hnvi enacted a tarif ??vhlcll niny ?iffect cur trado. They woul ?like to overthrow the Monroe doctrln end have a chanco to colonize and do ?volop South America, but they havo n, 'Idert of attempting anything Hint rhlgh bring on nn America war. Indeed, the; realize for the first timo something c our resources nnd power. They kno? they ara dependent upon us for foodj thoj know also that we aro among their l>os customer?,- und they claim to be tin friendliest o? our friends on the Europeni continent. (WORM ANY READY FOR WAR. As for war preparation?, however, thej nre always going on In the German em. pire. The Kaiser la surrounded by na tlons who would fight him at any time II they thought they could win. nnd h...

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. — 31 May 1903

??G^.??1?3 PHLEGMATIC or the stout {j I man who wants to take up nn ** ? advanced form of physical cul? turo can rind nothing bolter suited to his temperament and physique thnn the Greco-Roman .?fctylo of wrestling. Unlike cntch-as-catch itaii. It does not require a great amount itti agility. It demands hard and stendy (work, and that Is what tho phlegmatic -Snnn nocds, if ho is to bo developed prop, 'brly. Greco-Roman has been made a fat man's fexerclse by the rulo which declares tiiut bo hold of any sort is fair boIo?v the (waist lino. There is no log wrestling ?whatever, even tripping?fair in the three Other recognized forms of wrestling?be? ing barred. Tbo legs are used simply and Solely ns a baso. Abnvo tho waist lino, however, any hold Is allowable, and, n.i in catch-as-cateh can, It can bo changed as often ns do Bired. As a result, many ot the holds ?at? the same or antilogous to catch-aa catcb-can holds. Despite Its mimo, the undent GtopI?: ?athletes did not strlvo with ono ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

?*??.- *_,_._.-;??' ??-?-.----- . ?& Fashions, Fads and Fancies for Fair Feminine Friends. & THE FLOWER AND LINEN HAT. Rose? nnd leaves and frill? of linen combino to make this effective hat, which !n n Mine. Spiegel model. The hut I? mudo of linen, with leaf-shape frill? of tho linen fulling over thu brim. The crown la a mas? of full-b|own pink roses framed l/i dur?-green leaves. 0;0?OSOiO?O'!>0*0*OiO?OK^^ {*) A I Few Finishing Touches of ? ? Going=Away Girl's Wardrobe. | & Il*OK THE SUNDAY TIMES-DLSPATCH.l rt Now that the vacation time Is bo no ot hand, the golng-nway girl 1? all a *orbe?l In her clot he?, of course, by tl timo sho hau her ?ummor wardrobe i ready planned and the greater numb of her gowns completed, but thoro I? ? way?, Ju?t at the last, a fow Importa things to bo added. With tho thermom ter going up and tho city getting hott rind hntti-r, the vnojitlon girl's though naturally turn toward tho coolest frocl Bhe can buy. Though she haa already two or t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

GERMANY ?AND THE EAST ?Understood That the Emperor Will Hold Hands Off. EXAA1PLE OF IGNORANCE | Russian Klllod His Own Child a3 Resul of a Vow Ho Made Whllo Sick. The Young Spanish King's Great Strength. BBBBIN*. May flO.?Germany's strong hntl-Busslrin sentiment seems, In the pres? ent Chinese situation, to ba overpowered by a stronger BJltl-Hngllsh feeling. Bl German diplomatic circles complete In? difference Is felt?or affected-'-over the occupancy of NlU-chwang. Mingled with this indifference Is a malicious sallefao tlon over what ihey consider Great Writ? e-in's Inability to combat Hussion pro ?rres? In the Orient. One Gorman politi? cian expressed himself ns followB: "The eltuuUon In tbo far East Is to test Itho value of tho Anglo-Japanese alliance. [Most people believe It Is worth less than ?the paper It Is written on. If this view Is Tfalso, now Is tho time for Great Britain ?and Japan to prove it. If England and ?Tapan fali to put a ?rpoke In Bussla's rwheel In the present J...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

A PAGE FOR AND BY OUR BOYS AND GIRLS* ! Many Boys and Oirls Join the Popular T.-D. C. C. Us Motto: "Nothing Succeeds Like Success." The number of original poems and ?stories sent In thin week were In excess of last Bunda y's publication. The Timos-Dinpntcb Contributors' Club Is growing rapidly, but club members havo the assurance that anything with? held this week will find Its way Into the columns the week afterward. The editor Is gratified to note that many out-of-town as well as In-town boys nnd girls wish to Join the T, D. C. C. It la proponed to havo the club Idea tak* root all over the State of Virginia and expand into auch proportions of use? fulness and Intelligence as to make the Children's Pago embody the best read? ing In tho Sunday Tlmes-Dlspatch. All boys and girls under sixteen yeat.. of nge who promise to contribute to the Children's Pngo are Invited to send in their names and Join the club. Answer to '? Diamond Puzzle." 1, E. 2, Ate. ?, Strap. 4, EaL B, P. ANSWER TO ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 31 May 1903

?HI H STE AND' HER SUCCES; TUE TH?lLLIN? SUBMARINE. APYEKTO?ES OF: ALPHONSE AHD GASTO: . Assisied by Their Friend Leor?, They Search for a Sunken Tre&sW? ChpA% th Throe? Chapters.? Chao?er s. ,. 0)0 BE CQMJ&UJEP NEXT SUttDAY*)

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. — 2 June 1903

THE ??S ?8?B ? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16.256. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS SUMMARY OFDjWS NEWS THE WEATHER. Yesterday's watli*-r was wlntrv. Straw liais disappeared, nnd in somo Instances overcoat* made their appi-arance. Tho mercury hovered mound ibo sixty mark, nntl the fl.los wero overcast a portion of tbo any, Little chungo le expected in the temperature to-dny, STATE. OF THE THERMOMETER. j'?'m. ... ...........:.'........;......,?;.::... m a l'. M. ! r.i c G. M. .r,<? ? G. M.>.no 'a ml'ltti/rlit . (JO Average .62 2-3 Highest temperatine yesterday. f.7 Lowest t'-tnpoiiittirc yesterday. W Mean temperature yesterday. 02 Normal temperature for June. 75 Departure from normal temperature. 13 Precipitation during past 21 hours.00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. ?lune 2, 1903. ?un rlsee. 4:62 I HIGH TIDE. Sunsets.7:24 Morning.10:05 Moon Ects....12:13 I livening.10:46 RICHMOND. Beven ?????????*>? accused enter denial etui denounce their accuser; a committee Appointed to Inv...

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. — 2 June 1903

p ft-wlnit communication and accompanying ?apere from His Honor, the Mnyor, nnd ?hey were re.id by tho clerk amid almost ?re-athless silence: Mayer's Office. Richmond, Vs., June 1*1. To th* Hon. Common Council: Gentlemen.?From Information received through the publio prees, 1 sont a lei lei under date 'May SO, 1MX (copy of which herewith enclosed) to Mr. P. P, Talla? ferro, Afitftftnt City Engineer, nnd here? with trsndmit hi? reply. Both letters I desire to be considered a raft of this officisi communication. I deem It proper to place this matter bifore your honor? able body for your Information nnd guidance. I cannot loo strongly recommend to your honorable? body th* ?iecenslly for n. thorough and searching Investigation of th? matters referred to in thle fcorhmtitil? cation. The people demand and mtift have purity 1n their city government, nnd 1 bold myself In readiness to nsslpt you In tvery way possible townrds driving out corruption In the city government, when? ever and wherev...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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