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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

8 QUAY MADE OTIPP PI/PUT 0111 i I Ivlil fi Tried to Force Passago of Statehood BUI. THE SALARIES OF JUDGES Bill Pnssod to Ralso F J ay of Thoso Who Voar Fecloral Errnlno—Amni\dment Against Railroad Pnssos and 'Phono Franks Dofoatod (By Associated Pr«sa.) WASinNOTON. D. C, Jan. 27.—9iintor Quay uiu«lo fin effort to-day to hold tho Son ato In continuous p-Mfllon to consider Uio stat.vlHKicl bill, but failed n> hold n 'fuorum and wna compelled on thiit account to jiJlow iJio Soiuiln to vi! Journ at 0:M P. M. li^ B«our«(5 another balloi. h*iw<ivor. to t«>t tli« Bentlment «t tho &*n\n.\n, Uio vuto Ptandlim 17 to ?J la hU fn.wr. Tho diiy vms wont In oon•ldern'tion of tlw atn.t<4iood bill, With thn exception of an hour -"-voifd to a BP«*cn by Mr. Scolt, of West Virginia, on tho p«nslon lawa. Tho fcat-mv of 1»h»» wta.txfti<vxl bill ntulT wpeclnl ooiulrloratloii to-<lny wua Uie Arizona refiinillng- proposition. It ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

TRADING AT LOW EBB Futile to Attempt to Measure Significance of Chantfesr MONEY SITUATION SAME Early Advance In Stocks Was Characterized by Readinoss of Traders to Realize— The Market Closed Dull and Heavy. (By Associated Press.) NEW YOHK, January 27.— Yesterday's Improvement In spoculatlvo sentiment Boomed to bo. maintained to-day, but tho trading was at such a low <(bb of activity that It was futile to try to mcasuro tlio significance of the changes. Toflay's total sales of stocks wero llltlo changed from yesterday. In a ttw cases there was buying of stocks on the strength of special developments, but this demand did not follow a rise In prlcos far, and had very llttlo sympathetic effect on the gonwal list. The llrmBess of tho coalers was based on tho report of net turnings for New Jersey Central In December, showing o.n lnercaso over thoso of last December of $612,050. Conlldent predictions were niado that tho forthcoming Decombcr report of Krlo Would show even better ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

10 f! 00NSTI7/JTIOW STARTED VOUS! auri'ERJKO, i "j CURE tV AKIO YOUfJ VIJ.?. V/»','J3H. | R2wiil''s Qxrapo YonS© Omifos ©onstßpaftSonf] ""^fci H> Whco tlio;l)owol9 tooto {rrocularly thn cr:' ?ro a '*\, '.' : j fm? Tonic will permaiK'tiily euro tho radst obsim[j fc: ■) .'il.t.-i. n i.t" (•■<:) '.]■■< ••„,•.!. mi I tliu nuinoroiiM |{ ), ■■■■ aiilicllnii!; tiir.i lnv.i.-:.-i.;y l'cllov; In iIH wnko. f'j .tti''*'? • ts " ' n ttttor It Itia'pUcs, liver complalnt,kltlncy [l dlsordpr, vcrtlgp.'paJpitatlon of tho lieart, rj msv diarrhea or tho seff -poisoning which follows H whon tho und igonti-fl fond remaliifl in Ih6 bo wJb where it iiulrcflesnnil H oinntieß hißhly dlftoaaod gorinn into tho Mood, mich ng typhoid nnd a nuiluria, Mml o Cr.tjo P J'» . v it: will jiofiitivrly euro. hat((6 fiimplo botllo^ H will bo sent freo to any Qddr«9 cm recolplrof 10 centn to cover postuK^i Qby t.ho Light tjlnsj Metiicine Co,, Hock Ivi.iiui, 111. Send namo of your adnißiri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

Lace Curtains Amqngrotlicr things that have helped in build ottr Immense business, step by step Is bur discriminating care tn the selection of our Lac* Curtain- stocks. Curtains tit $100.$) Per Pair am herein several variotias, and wte have brought some benwtjes in Brussels Laca aud Rcnaissanco that aro worth your tlmo to Inspect, .Others at to $50 ( IRISH POINT, NOTTINGHAM, RENAISSANCE, EMBROIDEREEI MUSLIN, Wo are dally furnishing: niany of tho finest homes throughout, and shall bo pleased to estimate on anything you may need in RUGS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, CARPETS, < WALL PAPERS, FURNITURE. Our branch otoro represents all that Is new and best In these. (Washington, D. C.) " 808 E, Main Street, - - Richmond, Va. CLAYTOR'S LIQUOR BILL The Dispensary Measure Is Offered in the Senate. JUDGE MANN TO OPPOSE Will Stand for Hla Original Measure. Bill Defining Übal la Presented. Interesting Proceedings In Both Drancliss Ye storday. Tha foature of tha lftglalallvo session yostanlay w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

12 Miller & Rhonds. ' Miller 6 Rhonda. S3-50 French Flannel Waists for $1.69. There's lots of small manu'facttirers in New York that sell to tho • larger stores of that city in tlie early part o*! the season and get hill 1 prices for all they can make, up to a certain time, "When tho lilt; fitoren not nil they wnnt, iho IlLtlo mamifaoturor is ffliul enough to noil what lio ha.i Ifft ovor, of tho bunifi goods for nJmost anything; that ho can get. , jWe bought all tlie cloili one of these wsdst-trialccra hud., and the vvaists were made up exactly as we ordered them, material find finish being the same as ihe maker bad used for his high-priced garments ! two months ago. Box plotter] front nml Ti.ick, With «ach I'lcut. nnishort with ornnll buttons or n Gibson front and ple.xt, pknted backs, 'stOOK collar find tlo, trimmed in Kolf-colnrril material nnd largo p..~ buttons, Thosu waluta aro iinllntd and of GENUINE Prenqh flannel. , Flannelette Wrappers, 79c and $1.00. They Are ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

the TIMES, KoriNnicD IM.I WMHT TT 'MTTM'RTTR 16 I^9 THE DISPATCH, POUNDED IMO.f " tiULtiL IN,U MDISK, lO.JLJZ THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THE- WEATHER., WASHINGTON', Jan. M.-Fo.-ocast: Virginia. -Hnln Thurndny; Friday clearing with coldor weather In west porUona; Inftrenslnr southerly wlrul.l. North Ci\ro)lim,--nain In east portion; Friday colder In west portion; fresh south •winds Increasing. The- wenther In Klehmond yesterday •w.as nt times dlsißrefcaMy wnrni, n-nrt many dlncnrded overcoats. Tho temperaturn at 3 o'clock was 6J, and it -had only decreased ten doßrft«a at midnight. STATE OF THBftMOM'EtEh, » A. M." <3 12 M. „., 65 8 P. it 62 G P. M 69 !>■ P, M 64 it midnlßht 62 A^yeMßfl .•- 641-6 Hlgh'cut tomporature ywterday 49 Lo-.vnt ton!iwrn.t»re yesterday A^ Jloan temporaturo yeiiterdny +2 Normal temperature for January — S3 Departure from n«->rrnnl temperature, tt) Precipitation during past 24 hours... M MINIATURE ALMANAC. January 29, 1903. Bun rises 7:I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

'm the snow where tho wrfteluigo burned. REVISSt) LI&T. Tlio Hat of Identified dead Is; nOWJjANI:) CIIANTJOR, of Plnlnflold. £liyWARJ> CUnniE. of Plnlnfleld. THOMAS A. CUM.MINO, of Piainfleld. BDWARX* KUYNX, of PlalnfleM. BUAB GILES, of FlnlnJlold. JOSEPH It HAIArBTT, of Plainfleld. HOHiACE Q. HAND, of ElUabeth. R. W. HAPPERBON, of Plolnfleld. FfcJBD. MARDINGHAM, of Dunnellen. HENRY HOQEH. of Plninfleld. I.BIU. LitKEBKaETR., of Plailifleld. HENRY T. MAIIAN. of Plrvinfleld. HARVEY M. PATTERSON, of PlatnCHA.RT.iES D. RBBD, of Plainfleld. J\ A. SMITH, of Plalnilold. O. T. T-KAYER, of Plainfleld. HAUtOLD TV. TOMXJNiSON, of PlainCRATO "WAI/DRON. of Plainfleld. EDGAR "W. ■WIL.LIAJMS, of PlainfleM. Two persons nro still mlealng— James Beektnarr, of Plalnflold. and Harold i.« Deteaux, of this city. Of ths wounded it Is probablo that four or five will die within a fow hours. SIGNALS "WEiRE WORKING. "W. O. Boslsr, vice-president n.nd general mnnager of the Central Railw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

Established in 1863. PIANOS. ; For a first-class Piano in every particular, that will serve you satisfactorily for a life time, get the genuine, OMA3S BROS. CHASE-HACKLEY PIANO COMPANY, 603 East Broad Street. "SQUIRE IS DISPLACED Reasons for the Removal of Sugarboltom Jones, A COMRADE DREW HIS PAY And Qave it to "Squire Jones' Wife, Certifying That the Latter Was at Work When He Had Long Been an 111 Man. Like a clap of thunder from a clear Bky, Councilman K. H. Clowes, of Monroe ■\Vurd, at thu meeting of the Committee on Police, Elections and Schools yesterday afternoon, sprung a sensation, which has already resulted In the dismissal from tha service of tho city of 'Squlro F. P. Joncii, who has been drawing a salary as a vagrant guard, and; which may yet result In the dismissal of still another guard in tho person of William Plsnoy. As a remit of the facts brought to light by Mr. Clowes, the usual rjulet and peaceful mtctlng of the committee proved to be one of the most interesting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

The Times-Dispatch. • TUB DAlliY TTMUS-'niSrATCU IS -BOT,T> AT TWO CBNTB A COPY. , THE BUNU.W TIMKH-PIBIWTCH IS . BOLD A/T nVK CENTS A COVY. »AILY TIMiTCS-niHrATCH IVY MAIL, «, A YWAJt; 60G A MONTH, SUNDAY TIJIES-DISIMTI-H BY MAIL, TITO PAILY TIMKS-I>IHPATCH, INCLUDING SUNDAY. UV CAJIRIEK. 16C, THE SUNDAY TtMKP-TMSPATCII, BY CARRTBR, 60. PER WIiJEK. WEEKLY TJMRS-IMSrATCH, M VKAK Alili tmmOKED COMMUNICATION^ "WIU. HE KE.IIQOTKD. BWJRCTBri COMMUNICATIONS Wll.T, not me KKTintxicn hni.kss acCOMI'AXIKI) 11Y STAMPS. TKURSDAY, January 10, 1003. A CURIOSITy IN JOURNALIS/M. In Hid Statuary Mall of tho National Capitol oaoh Btato is entitled to two roliresentatlves. "Vlrjrlnla luis one, Cluorße "WiiKhliißton, but five vacancy is tn bo li)l«d with tho statue of Holi-trt K. Lee. \A';u«blnKton 'and Leo aro two famous nnmes. but wo doubt. If mensureil by the prwjHjr standard, if Lon is oirtltl«d to the place at AVasliinßtwi'a sld.'. No man's private character surpasson Leo's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

T~ -r— 4fT\ W <\\ GET THE — theA^\av \ \OV» \ If You Are VICTOR \ \ Thinkin »° f \ 4d& + \ Buyi " Ba TALKING \ \«#^A n« MACHINE \ %^ v v \"T" Sounds Its Own Praises ; \ V^ •_?^ \ if the Public Joins in \ iss§^* \if , the Chorus. \ W.^ \ J ■ \ REGINA MUSIC BOXES \ W$P. \ Can Suit You in Size \ ' c e^ -^ ■ \ and price. fiP \ <S^ "^\ WfrlLlLil iji IViUOlu Ou uUii Corre Ton d S! 103 EAST BROAD ST. etai OR u« m^ mm mmm „ _ „^^^ MM m ______ _,__^______ ' Mailed Free. \ Social and I I J ersonal | The annual tea given by the Richmond Chapter of tho Daughters of tho Confederacy, In point of effective decorations Jn Confederate colors, in point of attendance tind in point of enthusiaßin displayed, wns tho most brilliant of the many brilliant Successes Inaugurated nnd carried out by the Daughters. Tho Reception Committee Included tho officers of the chapter. Govfernor and Mrs. Andrew J. Montague, MYp. pc-Beph Brynn, Mrs. Hugh. Miller, Mrs. pon Kalßcy, Mrs. Fea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

I OF WINTER Pss Kate Bernard the Bride of Mr. T.A. Felld. GILES-HARRISON WEDDING" P Number of Rlchnjsncf Young People Wero Preserjf at tno Latter Ceremonyjf,"t ho Washington-Street Presbyterian Church. (Spfdol to Tha Ttmoa-Dlnpatch.) ..sFETERSBURG, VA., Jan. iS.-Mr. ' .'TTheophllUß A. Folld, oon of Colonel K. . / M. Felld, and Mlas Kato E. Bernard, daughter of the Hon, Georgo S, Bernard, of Petersburg-, were married this aftornoon at 0 o'clock at tho honjft of the j bride's father, on Adaino Street Mr. Henry Fetid attended his brother as boat man, The brldosmaids. Misses 'Mary IFelld, sister of tho groom, ajnd Mlsa Jan«t Bernard, sister of tho brldo, woro •whlto organdy trimmed with lace and' carried pink roses. Tho bride wore a h&ndsomo golng-away gown of navy bluo hroadcloth, tailor made, with hat to match. " She cnrrled a bouquet of bride's . roses. Reva. O. S. Bunting and "\V. A. R. Goodwin performed tho ceremony. Jtllsses Amelia Clarke and Isabel Banks Svere the flo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDUSTRIOUS AND SOBER YOUNG MEN. *T*HERE are young men now working for us in this State whose incomes are from 53,000 to $5,000 a year, who were on a salary of $50.00 to $100.00 per month before taking up this Progressive and Active Work of Life Insuranco. If you wish to work such a business, write to us. HOWARD SWIKEFORD & SON, Ocncral A Rents of The Equitable Life Assurance Society, for the State of Virginia, Richmond, Va. WATER WORKS FOR FAYETTEVILLE Cty WHI Ask for Permission to Issue Bonds to Secure Ownership of System. rßprclnt to 17i6 Tlnwi-Dlßpntcli.) FAYETTEVIIiiB; N. C, Jan. 28.— At last evening's caJlod mooting of the JJoard of Aldermen, City Attorney I. A. Murchlson wao Instructed to draw a bill for tmbmtsston to tho r Legislature, for tha purposo of eliminating tho call fealuro from $00,000 In wator-tvorkn bond* nnd to authorize tho Issuo of $-10,000 Artdttional In 5 pnr cent, lxmds, tho object bcinff4o accompllah Fayettovillo's ownership o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

ONE GENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash in Advance HELP "WANTED— MALE. J.'RINTER WANTKD. ADDRESS P. O. Box 22, FreA'orieksburir, Vn. VaXtlsD, YOUNG~"mAN (WHITE). A} Jply NATIONAL WINDOW CLEANING 1 CO., WN, Ninth Street. ;, WANTED* YOXTNG MAN FOR HAT oioro. RICHMOND MAT CO., 1327 Enst Main Stri-ot. Wanted, t/OcoMorivra machinists for railroad abnp; pood wngep. ft'M' full lnforiniition by addrcs-«ln« V. S. HOFF, MASTER, Cnpo Charles, Vn. WANTED, TO RENT. TAKE CHARGE or RTt employment on farm. H. W. BOWMAN", Harrisonburß, Rocltlnphfini ' county, Vu. {WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS DRUG i CLERK; ono of Rood nddress, "willinß to work, with no hurt .habits; slnKlo man. Address Box. Ul7, ' Richmond, Vo. .WANTED, A BOY ABOUT If. YEARS OF apre to learn shin cuttlns; must bo , bright anil lutolllKcnt and not afraid to work: gonrl opportunity for the right boy. Call Room 17, Timca Bnildlns. RANTED, BY THE AtARVLAND LIFE Insuranco Company, two special Atccnts to work in tho tobneco section of Vlt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

MARKET STAGNANT Attempt to, Put Up Prices Cpsed Active Selling. SUCCEEDED BY DULLNESS Market Flattend Out and by Middny Thore Was LUtlo or No Motive Power Left— Bonds Dull nnd Generally Heavy. / (By Assoolntcd PrrsiO NEW YORK, Jan. 28.-To-<lay's stock market llattciied out pntlroly, and oy mid-day there wan llttlo or no motlvo power left In the markot. An attempt to put up prices this morning: met with, actlvo selling in Pennsylvania, which cost thu.t Block a. point and was iinfticulaliiod by any nowi. Amalgamated Coppor made Boino show of strength on a ruther vaguo mipposltlon that trades were to bo ndJunte<l to a basis that would bo profitable to tho company. Ono or two other stocks moved feebly from time to tlmo. but did not long maintain their new position. There was reported a hardening tendency In the London money markot, but sterling exchange moved downwards here. Our own money market was appreciably Jlrmnr. Tho Bub-Trcusury hau reversed ILs flrut tendon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

«• READY-TO-EAT WE ONLY WHEST FLAKE CELERY FOOD CLEAN FM START TO FINISH i Not touched by human hands from its husking until it reaches the consumer's table. Cooked and baked at a high temperature which destroys the raw starch and prevents fermentation — understand, prevents fermentation. Healthful, Digestible, Clean— for All Homes and for AH Seasons. Expert Union Labor only employed. nip..* b y PRICE CEREfiL FOOD CO., Baffle Creek, Mich. fOVERNOR LEAVES FOR ALABAMA Pis Excellency to Espouse Cause of Education— Many Notaries Named— Sick. Governor Montague left at noon yostordaj' for Montgomery, Ala., whero he will attend a conference of school superln- , tendenls of Alabama, and will nddress o joint session ot these jjcntlomen and the General Assembly on the subject of pdpular education. Ills Excellency Is unaccompanied on Ills trip, and will not ho In his ofllee ennffrenro some time regarding the removal of the remains of Mr?. James >lonroo and daughter to Jtlohmond, to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

for Infants and Children, Tho Kind You Have Always Bought lias Txirue the slgnaturo of Clias. H. Fletcher, and. has been mnclo under hia personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in. thJSt Counterfeits, Imitations and "' JuHt-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tlio health of Children— Experience against Experiment. v The Kind Yon Have Always Bought >t Bears the Signature of In Use For Oxer 30 Years. JULIAN T. LANE WAS SENT TO JAIL A Picture of the Notorious Crook will be Placed In the Rogues Gallery. Major ITownrd took tho opportunity* ' yesterday of placing tho "mtig" ot Julian T. I.nno In thf. llagiHia' Gallery. Lane hud a. <3oso shay« from getting another term. In the Penitentiary. A few days a«o, ho was released from that Institution on il writ of habeas corpus. He had served A term ot four years for a theft commltUd In Hanover and having previously served a term, be- had an additional flVfl years tacked to the second. II t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 January 1903

MiUer 6 Rhoads. Special Sale qf Notions arid Dress-Making Supplies At Little Prices. It begins on Thursday and lasts the remainder of the week. Did you say they were small things to be in a special sale? Little things make large amounts when put together. A member of a firm that exports more bale cotton than any other tn the South told us they formerly swept out as 'trash all the little pieces of raw cotton that dropped from the bales on their warehouse floor (sometimes holding 15,000 bales). Some years ago they began collecting daily these little wads of cotton, and to-day, owing to the fierce competition in their line of business, these formerly neglected of revenue to the firm. Clnrk's O. N. T. Darning Cotton, «') Bpools for Ro. Llndsey Safety-Fins, all sizes. 3 dozen for Co. . 500 yards Basting Cotton, best qunllty, 2 ]-2c spool. Stockinet Dress Shields, sizes 2. ■i, 4 and 5. 5c pair. 10-ynrd pieces Tnffeta. Seam Binding, all silk, To piece, i Turney's Black Mourning Pins, Be. b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

TUB 'fIMKS. FOUND KD 18M. WFfOT/R NTTMRFP "I /C -I CJ4. Ti-iB uispA'rcH, founded; 1860. vvnuLb iNumonK, ±0,101-. TUB DAY'S SUMMARY THE WEATHER. WABHINGTON. -Jan, 80.— Forecoat: Virginia—Fair Baturdny; colder In extreme southeast portion; Bundny inn. coldur In West portion; frcah west -windß, liccomlnK varlnult*. . „ North r.iirollnn— Fnlr B.xturrtny nnd Bun- ' day; freiih wcat to north winds. Cool and plea«n.nt wan the weather locally yesterday. The wind wnn a. trine boisterous during n. portion of the flftJ. nnrt overcouta tcmiiorarlly laid r^lae were again In rlomanrl. Conlnr -weather Is prpm- >■■ lacd fo rtho next fow days. STATE OF THERMOMETER. . DA. M ii 12 Jt *l ?. P. M *£ G P. M 72 0 P. M f. 12 mlrlniKht •___ \ Averago /. w 5 " B • MINIATIinBM INIATIinB ALMANAC^ ■ Biin tlkos 7:16 I HIOH TIDE. Sim s^tn 6:31 I Morning C.23 Moon rises S:3« I Evening. ../ 6:43 RICHMOND. T.'ic postotflco condemnation proceedings poisi.poncd Produce A»«o<!latlon formofi by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

REPORTS IN M'LEAN CASE An Interesting Document on ;, Mecklenburg ASember. EDUCATIONAL MATTERS Important Bills Are to Bo Considered Changes Proposed In Divorce Laws. News and Gossip of the Legislature. The Committee on Privileges and Bleo* tlonn of tho House have submitted two reports- on tho MoLean case, one vacating the seat from tho date of Its adoption, and the other giving the member three days from adoption in whlcu to swear. The latter report reads aa follows i To the House of Delegates t The Committee on Privileges and Elections, la the case of Dr. E. P. McLean, member of the House of X>elegatea from the county of AXecklenburg, beg leave to report that they find: Ist. Dr. MoLeaii in not deprived of his right to a scat In this body, beoouse of his betng a Federai officeholder. 2d. Dr. MoL«tui hu.ii failed to tako tho oa.th prescribed by the Constitution for the members of the Qeaeral Assembly "before entering upon th* discharge of their duties." His name him been, I...

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