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

m TUP! TIMMS, KOirNDKD 18?0._Wuru T? NTTMRTTR 16 1f?1 THIO UISl'ATCJI.. BOUNDED 1850.? W flULaL IN U lXlD?K, J.O,J-DJ.? ?RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, FKURUABY 10, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY S SUMMARY. ?? E WEATHER. WASHINGTON; February O.-Forccnst ior Tuesday ami Wednesday: Virginia? Fair Tuesday; Wednesday In creasing cloudiness, probably rn.ln and ?warmer j fresh west, winds, becoming easterly. North Carolina?tneronHlriff cloudiness Tuesday: rain at night or Wednesday; light, to fresh winds, bccomlnr easterly. Medium tehipcr?t?ro made yesterday a pleasant diiy. The mercury pot nohlRher t.hiin Ilio half-century mark, and after nightfall It fell considerably. The weather prophet promises fair and warmer weather to-morrow. , ' STATE OF THETHERMOMETEn. 0 ?. M.31 12 M.j .. 40 3 P. M.60 C ?, M.'..48 D P. *!/.42 t2 midnight.S8 Average.'.421-6 Highest temperature?3 P. M.. .. .. 50 Lowest temperature?8 A. M.3? Mean temperature yesterday.42 Normal temperature for February.. 35 .Departure fro...

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 February 1903

the last days of the session. Senator Martin wild to-day ho rather preferred that the House would pose the bill as It cam? from the Senate, as It might easily be that it could not be gotten through the Sonato when It came back from the Mouso In Its amended form. The pension being paid widows of Presidents Is 15,000 a year. Tho pension to which Mrs, Heod would bo entitled ne the widow of a major would bo only 135. Senator Daniol was In his sent to-day. ?{ter an absence of several days, caused by nn attack or grip, which was quito severe. Congressnran Swanson has been con? fined to his room with grip for some time. He is quite unwell, though hardly dangerously ill. ?"Congressman Lamb has not yet return? ed from Noth Carolina, whither he went as one of the Hjusc committee to attend the funeral of Contre s.imn Moody, DISPhN?AKY BILL. It will suip'riee many Virginians to know thai West' Virginia Is about to have a dispensary luw modeled after that of South carolina. Hon. Frank Moatos, Si...

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 February 1903

ELOQUENT SPEECHES Argument Before Coal Stride Commission Begun. A SENSATIONAL PASSAGE Former Congressman Charles Brumm Excites President Baer'by Criti? cising Delay in Denying State? ment About Murders. (Dr Asioclatod Freu.) PHILADELPHIA; PA., February fl. 'Argumcnt for and against, tho demands of tho union anlhraclto mine workers, wKIeli Will continue beforo the Coal Strike Com mIs*lon for the next six days, was begun to-day, when the miners, through Daniel X McCarthy, of Hazelton, made the opon Ing argumont. Mr. McCarthy was fol? lowed by former Congressman Brumm, of Mlnersvlllo, who made a general argu? ment, and Henry Domarest Lloyd, of Chi? cago, who confined his efforts to the ques? tion of recognition of the union and year? ly trade agreements. The operators will begin their argu? ment to-morrow, continuing three days und closing with Oeorge F. Baer, presi? dent of the Reading Company. Then Clarence S, Darrow, of Chicago, tho prin? cipal counsel for tho mlnere, will tako ?up ...

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 February 1903

Tlio Times-Dispatch. TUE DAILY TIMER-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 19 SOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL. MC. A MONTH, ? A THAR; P.BO FOK six months; ?1.50 for three months; sunday times-dispatch by mail, ? ? ????. ,,. THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER. 15C PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. B\ CARRIER, 6C. PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, fl *?AR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC? COMPANIED BY STAMPS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY' 10. 1903. "ORGANIZED CHAR1TV. The meeting of tho Virginia Confer? ence of Charities and Correction, which begins in this city to-night, is fin event of more than passing Interest, nnd we hope that It will mark a new era In Vlr trlnla's history. Charity Is noble, nnd yet there ?s such a thing as misguided chari? ty. Charity without discretion may do more harm than good, tending to make mon and women dependent and tending t...

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 February 1903

THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. ONE CHARGE CENT 25 Cents, A Cash in Advance WORD? KELP WANTED?????. ?WANTED, FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR BERS for Hotel Neddo Shop; ?12. por Week; one-half over $24, Apply to J. T. JONES,1 877 Main Streot, Norfolk, Va. 'WANTED, CANVASSERS AND STREET soleemon to sell our Climax Water-proof Black Patent Leather Shoe Polish; a good margin to good salesmen. HL??-1 BLBWHITH MFG-. CO.. Gainesville, N. ? ty. _ : WANTED, YOUNG MAN TO FARM on shares; land, team, tools and dairy ?took furnished. Addross "FARMER," Box 11, Chester,.Va. '?'.,,'? 'WA.NTED, AT ONCE, A GOOD ?RELIA ble and Industrious farm HAND; white or colored; marrlod or singlo. Apply to G. C. SMITH, Atice. Hanovor, coun ty, Va. _ ,;, ?? -. WANTED. GOOD CANVASSER FOR-UN occuplod territory; free outfit; cash-each week for whole-or part timo. WLS1 ERN NEW YORK 'NURSERY?. CO., Dept, 0, Rochester, N. Y. ; WANTED ? FOREMAN TO TAKE charge of a Sheet Metal Shop, one who can o...

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 February 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia BIG SEINE IN PLACE Fishing Season on Potomac Will Soon Begin. GOOD ROADS CONVENTION It Has Been Called to Meet at Orange Courthouse at the February Term of the County Court?Tax Payers Favor the Movement. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) FREDKR1CKSBURG, VA., Fob. 0. The fishing season will soon begin ac? tively on tho Potomac rlvor, tho big seine at tho Maxlborough shore, in Stafford county, being already In placo and a large force of hands engaged ready to begin operations in 9 few days. The other large shores nro also making preparations and will soon bo ready for making hauls. Tho season on $ho Rap? pahannock river does not open as early as on the Potomac, but continues la? ter. A, protracted meeting commenced at tho Methodist Church to-day, tho pas? tor. Rev. George T, Tyler, preaching special sermons at both the morning and evening services to large congrogatlon. He will be assisted In tho work by Rev. C. L. Potter...

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 February 1903

CRUELTY TO CONVICTS Legislative Committee Ap? pointed to Investigate. AT SUPT, MANN'S REQUEST Sessions of the Special Oommlttoo of the Legislature Will Begin To-Day at Marlon?Interesting Tes? timony Is Expected. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH, N. ,C, Ferbuary 9.?A spe? cial legislative committee, consisting of Georgo L. Morton' (chairman). Bullock, of Cumberland; Blount, of Washington, and Senator Warren, left to-day for Marion to Investigato tho charges made by J. L. C. Bird and others of cruelty to convicts In moving a squad of 11)0 from railroad work in Mitchell county lo Marlon and thenco to Raleigh some weeks ago. Tho investigation is made at the spedai request of J. S. Mann,. su? perintendent of the penitentiary, under whose dlrMtlon the convicts were moved.' He declares that Uhoro is not tho least bit of foundation for the charges, which are that tho men wero marched twenty elx miles in the bitter cold, through deep mud, bound two and two; that two died from the eff...

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 February 1903

SERMON OF MR SPOONER An Eloquent Address Sunday to the White Ribboners. A GREAT CROWD PRESENT The Pastor Devoted His Discourse Largely to the Evils Attendant Upon the Presence of the Saloons In a Community. Tho sermon of Rov. G. H. Spoonor to the White Ribboners at Trinity Sun? day night was pronounced tlio climatic p?lpit deliverance of this eloquent preacher. It was a great audience, In? cluding a largo contingent of White Ribboners, who occupied a reserved sec? tion of tho auditorium. The choir singing was of a mcrltoribbs character and the prayers were intense? ly earnest and forvent The subject was "The Open Saloon," and the discourse was based on tho challenge of Goliath: "I defy tho ar? mies of Israel this day." After recounting tho incidents in con? nection with the challenge, tho speak? er used Goliath as a typo of the. liquor giant, and declared that from tho moun? tain tops of backslidden churches and a slumbering zeal this great evil has for years been defying the Rood a...

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 February 1903

OFFICERS IN MANCHESTER Fight In Assembly To-Nigiit for More Policemen. MAY RAISE LIQUOR TAX Two Horses and a Mulo Burned?Row ?n Hull Street?Death of Mrs. J. T. Canada?Englnoor Hurl. News Notes. Manehestci Bureau Times-Dispatch, Carter's Drug Store, 1102 Hull Street. A decided step' Will be token nt tho meeting of tho Assembly to-night to In? crease the pol leb forco by nt least two men. The frequent number of small robberies recently-reported has put an Impetus upon tho movement, and at the mooting to-night a long petition from citizens and tax-payers will l>e presented asking for euch an Increase. Tho fight to-night will bo led by Messrs. Pottlt nnd Rudd, both of whom havo ad? vocated an increase In the forco tor Borne time. At tlie last meeting of tho Finance. Committee the resolution to increase tho force was badly defeated, with four men absent. Tho vote on t!io measuro stood 4 to <, wlih Messrs. Owen. Abbott, Per? due and Fahr voting in tho negative and Messrs. Bradley, R...

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 February 1903

REVIVAL IN ACTIVITY Greater Variety in Dealings on the Stock Exchange. CALL LOANS TAKE DROP There Was a Pause In Upward Move? ment After Opening Spurt nnd Closing Was a Fraction Below Best?Bond Prices Spotty. (By Assnclnted Trosn.) NEW YORK. Feb. 9.?There was ? re? vival in activity in the stock mnrlrot which brought the volume of trading above tho level of last Thursday. Chele was grcator breadth and variety also In tho dealings than for weeks. The ad? vances were not all made at one time, but as successive pointa of strength were developed previous gains wero well held, In spite of the natural realizing under rover of the new si length. There was a pause In the upward movement after the opening spurt, but after that there wns ?eneral reaction. This might be accounted or by tho profit-taking sales ot the room tmders, who saw a larger day s profit accrued than for many days past. The reaction was somewhat emphasized by reports that new proposals had been received from Germany concer...

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 February 1903

NORFOLK IN THE HOUSE /' .-1 Seaside Election Methods Are Under Fire. ' SPEECH OF MR. CABELL He Contends for the Seating of Messrs. Lambeth and Bibb?Leake Makes Strong Presentation of Other Side?Finished up To-Day. Neither house of the Legislature ac ?aompllshed a great deal yesterday. ' Thb Senate session was short and without public Interest. Abbili was offered by Mr. Byars to reg?late the buslnMs-of |unk dealers and th?'one to appropriate J20.O0O to the Eastern. State Hospital vas engrossed. The House held, two ?sessions; devoted mainly to'argument In the Norfolk city ? contested election' cane, tho matter hav? ing como up as a special order. Three hours were ?riven to each side, and Mr; : Cabell, of Danville, opened In a two hours' speech of much forco for Messrs. Lambeth and Bibb, the contestante.. Mr. Leake, of Gooohland; Who has change >f the majority report,, followed on behalf Of Messrs. Whltehond and Wool nid. and there will be'several other speeches on both ?Mr*. Mr. He...

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 February 1903

Mj?er <3 Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. Linen Will be the Popular Suit and Shirt-Waist Material This Season. Did you know this was to be above everything elso n liuon i Bn?hmor? Linen shirt-waists nnd suitings will reign supremo during 1003. The imported linone tiro invi tier than over and to-day's news deals with them alono. The older people recollect years ago, before tho day of so many ready-made shirts l'or unni, what ; a line quality of pure while [risii linen was put into the bosoms of men's shirts, and how beautifully, it laundered. Same thing here now for Ladies' shirt-waists ranging from 2SC. lo lU.oo por yard,!,1U^ au" oi ^ ^ "lc?.es wide. You remember do you not our ex? plaining pome time ago the "Old Bleach" process in Ireland? How the "Old Blench" company was formed for the purpose of dclng ? way with oher-iicul bleaching nnd iikIiir nothing but nature's chemicals?dew, air and ?sunlight? Wo havo exquisito specimens of Olii Blench' art linen that women will Hier- Cltiic...

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. — 11 February 1903

TOBTgS?^S8SBBi8ifi I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,162. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. TVASHINGTON, Feh. 10,-Forccnet for .Wednesday and Thursdny*. Virginia?Rain Wednesday, warmer In southeast portions; Thursday probably fair with colder in southwest portion; fresh to brisk Houth wlnfla Wednesday. North Carolina ? Rain Wednesday; Thursday fair, colder; fresh cast to eoulh winds, becoming west Thursday. Yesterday's temperature was chill and penetrating, but tho trend of the morcury was upward, ' anil by midnight tho weather wns much warmer. Tho Indlcn tlona -are for rain to-day, with clear and colder weather to-morrow. ? STATE OF THERMOMETER. ? ?. M.i. 34 ?2 M. ?? a p. m.-?? 6 P. M. 48 S P. M.46 12 midnight.>. <8 Average.43 2-3 Highest temperature?4 P. M. 47 Lowest temperature?<3 ?. M.,... 2?) Mean temperature 'yesterday. Vi Normal temperature for Fob. 30 ? Departure from normal temperature.. 02 Precipitation during past 24 h...

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. — 11 February 1903

FIRST DAY OF DEFENSE IN CAMPBELL INVESTIGATION. io which hour It had adjourned, nnd tills oaught many tinnwares. Judge Campbell himself did ribt get In /until after tlio hearing begnttS ? ? -?.i ?Chalrmnn SSuihnll was nbsent. owing lb the serious Illness of his mother, ? s place wns taken by Mr. Duke, who wields the gavel when he Is nway. ine attendance or the committee was preiij rood. Nearly nil the memore were, there. THE FIRST WITNESS. The first witness called to the ?tniin was Mr. G. -W. Dearborn, agent for ho Scrotherr, Railway at Amherst Couit house. ?. .. ... In roplv to qtioetlons from Mr. Strode, Mr. Dearborn mafie statomeiit to the ef? fect thnt ho wns In the courtroom m Amherst when the foreman of ?rano Itirv nsked of Judge Campbell In ions concerning the law governine the ?aio w w.hlskry in Amherst. According to le witness. , the Judge Insttucte? ti ? roremnn that a druggist had, a right lo teil "medicated" whiskey, but not whlsKcj straight. Mr. Dearborn was in the room...

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. — 11 February 1903

MATTERS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN ;AND ABOUT THE HOUSEHOLD By Marion Harlancl, A blouse of sealskin with a collar A cet of Russian sables ornamented of pointed lynx. . ; ' with Ulis and claws. Unique and beau?lul is the blouse of white baby lamb, with its collar of Russian sable and belt of brown v?l. vet A hat of brown beaver -with skirt of broadcloth to match completes the costume. I *? WH! you kindly tell me. through your column where Is the homo of Thomas Nel? son Page, tho Southern writer7 Also, If he Is married, and If bo, to whdm? Tho above Is for use In a literary club paper. J. H. H. He lives at No. 1708 Massachusetts A.ve nue, "N. W., Washington D. C. He has been married twice? lirut, to Miss Bruce, of Virginia; the second time t? Mrs. Field, of Chicago. 1. Please state if you know ot anything to remove the dark .color-on the nlckol ot a heater,? caused by overheating. 2. Also, if you know of anything that will clean a block marten collarette. It always soils my light col.urs. ...

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. — 11 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch. THE. DAt?t. TIMES-DISPATCH IB v SOL? AT TWO CENTS A COPT. TUB SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 19 SOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPT. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL. fiOC. A MONTH. ? A YEAR: ?.CO FOR SIX MONTHS; J1.60 FOR THREE MONTHS. ' SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, S2 ? YEAR. THE DAILT TIMES-DISPATCH, IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, 16C. PER WEEK. I THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, Bl , CARRIER. 5C. PER WERK. VXPAr, WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH tt T?AB ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. ?, _ _MT T REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC? COMPANIED BY STAMPS. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1003. DEriOCRACY DIVIDED. In New York on Monday night a ban? quet was given In celebration of the birth of Samuel J. Tilden, and among the speakers was Mr. Charles S.'Hnm ? lln, of Boston. He discussed lending questions of tho da)', among them tho Philippine situation, tho Monroe Doc? trine; trusts and State's Tights. He ex? pressed tho view that ultimately we must either give tho Philippines...

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. — 11 February 1903

ONE GENT CHARGE A 25 Cents, WORD. Cash in Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ' ONE CHARGE 26 Cents, Cash In Advance CENT A WORD. HSIP WANTED?????. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR , BERS for Hotel Neddo Shop; $12 por/ Week;c one-half over $24. Apply to J. T. JONES, 377 Main Btrcot. Norfolk, U^-_:_ WANTED, FOR THE U. S. aRM?: Able bodied, unmarried men, betwocnagos of 21 and 85, citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who enn speak, .rend and write English. For Infor? mation apply to RECRUITINO OFFICER, 110 Bast Brond Street, Richmond, Va, . WANTED, A YOUTH OR YOUNG MAN for shlpplnit clerk nnd to assist on hookH. Apply to RICHMOND FLOUR & FEED CO.? 108; 110 and 112 S. Twelfth Street. rWANTHD-A FIRST CLASS MAN COOK at DAVIS' RESTAURANT, No. 1528 East Main Street. , .WANTED, CANVASSERS AND STREET salesmen to sell ?our Climax Water-proof IHaek Patent Leather Shoe Polish; a good marRln to good salesmon. HEB? ? B...

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. — 11 February 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. SHAKE-UP OF THE POLICE Norfolk Commissioners Not Satisfied With Situation. G?? GAMBLERS VANISHED The Activity of the Police Court is Now Turned Towards Small Crap Joints and Negro Policy Writers. Probably Case of Suicide. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) 1 NORFOLK, VA., February 10.?There was a long and' important meeting of tlio Board of Police Commissioners this af? ternoon. No changes in tho police force were made, but many were proposed nnd discussed. The members would not givo out any Information, but tho surmlso is that they will allow at least one member of the detective sound to resign. Ho Is the brother of a prominent saloon keeper, who was ono ot the strongest . advocates of this administration when the campaign was In progress. It Is re? ported that he wished his brother to have the place or chief of police, but took the place of captain of detectives instead, when opposition developed to the assignment to ...

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. — 11 February 1903

CONCEALED RUNAWAYS Durham Boys Will Likely Get Sound Thrashing, NEW DEPOT FOR DURHAM The People Are Anxious That One Be Built, but Southern Will Not Act Until Litigation Over Street is Ended. (Special to The ?aimea-Dltpiteh.) DURHAM, N. C, Feb. lO.-Deputy Sheriff J. F. Harward, who had been to Portsmouth to bring back Sam and Vance Massey, tho boys who ran away from their parents lost week, returned empty handed yesterday morning over the , Southern, and In a few minutes was on his way back, accompanied by Mrs. R. H. Massoy, mother of one of tho boys, They are aged fittocn and sixteen, one the son of Rev, P.-H. Massey and the othor of John Massey. both Hying near tho city. Officer, H?arward found they were In Portsmouth, but. protected by. friends, who concealed them, and put tho eneo In tho hands of. the police, from whom a telegram was received yesterday evening that they had them In the lock? up. Sheriff Harward and Mrs, Massey are expected back to-day with the boys, for whose ru...

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. — 11 February 1903

ASSEMBLY OF MANCHESTFR Police Proposition Goes Gonferonco Committee. LIQUOR LICENSE REPORT Will Bo Mndo By Mr. Owon et the Lite, Meeting of tho Finance Commlttoo, S.A. L. Oftice Again Robbed. News of tho Day, Manchester Duroatl Tlmon-Dlspatch, Carter's Drug Btoro, No 11(W Hull Btroot. One of tho shortest ppfwlons In the his? tory of tho Glty Assembly wnn hold lnnt night, but ?. connldernUto amount of bus). nesR Wns trauende?!, Mr, Pet tu succeeded, without a tdngle dissentine; voto, In Imving his resolution providing for tho Increaso oC the pollco torce by two mon roforrort to a confer? ence committee of throo from tho Assem? bly and ? ptmllnr number from tho Hoard. An ordlnanoo presented by Mr. Gill, providing for tho osUibllRlunout of a chain ? ?rang for tho disposition of tramps and vagrants for from ton daye to throo ?month?, was roterred to tho Ordlnanoo Committee. Tho ordlnanoo from tho Board imposing a fine of from W.B? to *M upon all por? tons interfering with Btroot cars or...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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