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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 February 1903

TIIK TIMRS KOI'NI-KI- 1-iJ-l Tlfl-; DISPATCH, FOUNDBD 1850. -WHOLE NUMBER, 16.173. HICfLMOXn, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908, PRICE TWO CENTS. 3UMMARY OP TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASniNGTONJ, Feb. 23,,-Forceast: tor Tuesday and vVbdiicsduy: Vlrginia?Increaainn eldudlness T""'"'-1'""". rnln ai nh.'lit or wednesday; vnrlablo wlnds becoming nortli nnd fresh, Nortli (.'.iiiilliii?--Huin ln ''iirft, falr ln west portion Tuesday; Weilni-Hilny rftln, varlnble wlnds bpcomlllg north und hrlsk, Tho ranga of Ihe thermom'oler wns *v\le yesterday. k'.Ihk from 80 nt !' o'clock to Ui ut :l lii tli<> aftornnon. Tlie day ivi'.s u d"lli;!itrul one, ian.1 mnny took ndvaiitage of It fpr otttdoar exerclse. STATE OF THB THBItilOMl'TKn. H A. M. M * 12 M. 50 I! 1\ M. *"> li P. M. 13 tl P. M. 12 12 midnlght...... ?-* Average .*. <*5VS MINIATURE ALAMANAC, Feb; 21, 100". ' Sui: rlses.15:50 I HlGHTIDE, fiun siih.5:57 I Morning.S:45 Moon rlses,,.,1:5s | Evenlng.'im RICHMOND. Congresslonal commltt...

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. — 24 February 1903

TILLMAN'S CALM SPEECH Addressed Senate on Indlan ola Postofflce Affair. IN UNION TO PAY TAXES He Sald South Was Continually Being Beminded of the Facl That Her PeopleyWere Conqucred?Booker as Secretary of Anything. <ny Ajwocluteil Press.) WASHINGTON. D. C, February 23.? A large crowd was atlriicted to the Sen? ate lo-day, most of them visiting Daugh t-ira of the Amerlcan Revolution. Wash Ington's farewell address was lead by Mr. Dubols. of Idaho. Tha omnlbus publlc bullding blll was passed and the post* office appr/oprlation blll was considered without flnal actlon. Mr. Tlllman spoke tor nearly two hours, prlnclpally ln reply to Mr. Spooner, on the Indlanola pjsiolhce case. He sald that II the policy of the admUilstrotlon ln regard to th<i equailty uf lhe negro was carried t?ut"'dr>d Booker Washlngton should be appoliited to tho Cablnet he would vote for'. h'ie "confirmatlon. He dla not conclude' his .remarir.3. Durlng the rcadlng of Washlngton's ?d dress. Reed Smoot, Senat...

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. — 24 February 1903

I WILL CURE YOU OF Rheumatssm ELSE NO MONEY IS WANTED. Any honost person who suffcra from Rheumntlsm Ih welcome to thls olter. vrT.^i.". a,Ml.eclallBt ln Rlioumatlum, and , f.^iiLeal0.'1 mo,'? c<laos than any other lv_i>Hlclnn' ' t,llnl<- Por 1(1 yrmra 1 mndo {'SS*ti cxP,0,rl,?ncnts wlth dlfferent driigs, (2/H.R "" ''iiown rcmodlos whllo senrch ing tho world for-aomnUiIng botter. Mno n?I "_'lBO J found a costly eliemlcal In Ciermniiy whlch, wlth mv provlmm illscov orics, givos me a certiiln cure. iJ n Imcin that It enn turn hony jolnts into flcsh ngaln; but It can curo tho dls /oaso at any sl.ngo. complotely nnd for ?over, I hnvo dono It tully 100.000 tlmes. I know thls ho well thal I wlll furnlsh J"V rcmecly on trlnl. Slmply wrltc me n PORtnl for my book on Hheiimatlum, nnd J win moll you nn order on vour driigglHt jor six bottles Dr. Shoop's Itheumntlc curo. Tnkc It ror u month nt my rlsk. lf lt succeeds, the cost Ih only JTi.fiO. It lt lalls, I wm pay t)-0 drugglst mysel...

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. — 24 February 1903

Tlie Times-Dispatch PUBLISHRD DAILY AND WEEJKLY AT 4* N. TENTH STREET, HUMIMOM*. VA. "BNTRRED JAN. 27. 1SK13, AT RICHMOND, VA.. AS SKCOND CLA88 MATTER l'N'IMIlt AOT OB* CONUHESS OP MARCH 8, 1S7". THK DAILY TIMES-DISPATCII IS SOI.D AT TWO CENTS A Ciil'Y. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS COLD AT 1"1VE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH H* MAIL. Wc. A MONTH. .'**. A YEAR! *?"??"'? '?2S SIX MONTHS; ".l.M FOR THREE MONTHS. SUNDAYT1MES-D1SPATC1I R\ MAIL. $2 A YEAR. ?, ,,, ,., THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, !"> CLTJDtNG SUNDAY, BY CARRIt'.R, lGc. THK SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY CARRIER, .",<.'. PER WEEK. I . WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. ?! JEAR ALI. CNSIttNED COMMt'NlCATlONS WTI.l. BE RE.IECTED. . ??_ T REJECTED rOMMCNICATIONS Y\ ILL '"OT HE RETUHNKP UNLESS AC !0MPAN1ED BY STAMPS. CPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MILL ERS', 51" E. liiiOAD. T1IESDAY, FEBRHARY 24, 1!>"". MR. BRAXTON'S ADDRESS, Mr. A. C. Braxton dld good work for Vlrglnla nnd for the cntire Sputh ln the admirablo address he delivercd beforo th...

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. — 24 February 1903

iTho Kiad You Havo Always Bought, and' wlilcli has been Mn tiso^for^oyor,30, years, lias borno tlio Bignatnro of ^-0 - and has been mado under liis pcs. CjPLSjd/?tf-tr#'A... 'sonalsupcTvislon since Hslnfnncy. **t?r_-?v; f-cotcsiW; Allow no ono todeccivo yott'ih thls. All Gountcrfclts, Imitations and** Juj.t-a?-g__._d'' aro but I Experiments that triflo wlth and endnnger tlio health of Infants and Children?Experlenco agn.inf.fc Experimcnt. What is CASTORiA Castorla ls a harmlcss substltute for Castor Oll, Paro goric, Drops and Sootblng" Syrups. It ls Pleasant. It contithiH neitber Opinm, Morphlno nor otlier -Narcotio subj-tance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Wornis and allnys. Fcverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Collc. It relloves Tcethtng Troubles, cures Constlpation and Flatulcncy. It assixnilates tlio Food, regulatcs tho Stomach and Bowels, glving licalthy and natural sleep. Tho Chlldren's Panacea?Tho Mother's Friend. CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of T...

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. — 24 February 1903

Live News andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirginia. WASHIR Virginia's Largest Celebration in Alexandria. THE GOVERNOR PRESENT With His StafT He Rcviewed an Extcn sive and Elaborately Arranged Pageant ? Day Fittlngly Re membered Elsewhere. (Spcclfvl to Tbe Tlmcj-Dlsnatih.) ILEXANDRIA, VA., February 23.?The ono-hundredth and seventy-flrst annlver aory of the blrth of George Washlngton ?Was to-dny celcbrated by the cillzons ot thla hisloric old town ln a moat appro? prlate and belittlns manner with a grand milltar,', cl't'ic nnd Industrlal processlon. Tho parade was about two inllos ln length; thero wero elovoi bnnds. and about 3,000 uniformed mon ln lino of pro cesslon. lt wa3 a gala d:ty for tho old town, aud ono long to be reinembcrc-d. Every house along the llne of march was profusoly decorated wlth an abundance of flags and huntlng, a'ud buslness was practically suapended during tlie after? noon. Several thbusnnd Washlngtonlans carao by boat nnd trains, and long before...

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. — 24 February 1903

NO SCHOOL County Authoritles Are Look? ing to State Approprlatlon. A PROPOSED BOND ISSUE ll is Feared That Many of Iho Schools May Be Forced to Close, as the Local Money Has Given Out in Many Counties. (Speclnl to Tlio Tlmea.niR.int,1""-) ^RALDiair, N. C robrunry 23.?County "and district publlc school autliorlllcs in varlous parts of lhe Stato nre bccomlng very much stirrcd up ovor tho sitilutlnn rogardlng tho apportlonment of tbe soc ond $100,000 for 1903 to brlng tho present school terms up to tho four months' llmlt, The monoy in many dlstrlcts Is already oxljausted ahd schools must close unless the State approprlatlon ls forlh comlng. The sltuatlon Is such that tbe Stato Superlntendent can noither dls trlbuto tho money now or give thn looal iiuthorltlos nny ossurance as to when tho money wlll bo availuble, or lf at nll. The fact ls, the payment of tho appro? prlatlon Is entlrely dopondent upon tlie bond Issuo blll now pendlng In the Log Islature. If that paH*">s, thls and othe...

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. — 24 February 1903

THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE GELERY FOtffl Satisfactorily caoked, ncconltng to etrict principles ol cullnary chemistry, which renders it the butter sultedto tho Casy yielciing up of its nutritious qualitir-to the system. The lowprico pl-acej lt wlthin the reach of all. ' ready to m m a ?bie gabin m a royal castle Promotive of Mgh health and lenffth of days. -while tlie eating of itnpore .'.oods nndenninds tho health, nnd ende in prematuro disablcment and death. Dyspeptics should e?t DR. PRICE'S TRl'ABITA FOOD nnd note its agree able restorative qualities?conslstently nsed, it deieats insominia. Pnp,r8dby pfilDE GEREf-L FOOD 00., Batflo Cre?k, Nich. Dr. Price, tht creator of Dr. frier's Cream Betklng JPowder and Deltcioux Flavorinjr HxtrUcts. one Nearly Severs Other's Head With' a Knlfe. ?fTHEN HE MADE HIS ESCAPE Terrible Fight at the Mouth of a Fur -lace Which May End in the Death of Ohe of Those Engaged in It. Whllo firlng a furnace tn the Tredegar Iron Works yestcrilay afternoon. shovcl l...

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. — 24 February 1903

Stationery, Off ice Furniture and Supplies JNVENTORY 5ALEI t. havo a ls_r_*<_ stook dSf Dos'kf', Mlliig Ctiso's. Cahinets, _Bbok-C-_8_.s> OBtlirp, Sktionory and Offlce Supplies, that wo will soll ut 20 por cont. ofT for cash, ouly to rfiducboiir INVEN'I.ORY which wo will tako MAKOH lst. NO OOODS CHARGED AT THIS REDUCTION. ? ft. ----?-?a e- '-_?_ Book-Cases. Our Sdc tloiml Book Cases cnn bo built to nny size or Blmpo du BlrodtjgrdWf. wlth your j llbrary. nc v e r too liirfro or too small. A constn tit t) 1 c ti s u re. Bckc mnde and lowest, In price. Unlts t-.2r? np; I_._sph ancl tops. Till lst March 30 per cent, off tliis price, rr^_^^^_dL^__J-__j I / $1.50 Up. $3.75 Up. Tin.fiizo 10 J-i .. 7 x .Mjinchen. Other styles nnd" sizes from 65c up to $4.50. Bookkeepers' Chairs. These clialrs aro mado of the very best, cnrcfully se lectad wood; slm? ple ln fltSfilgii but of perfect con Btruction. All other kintls tn Rtock till Mnrch lst, SOpercent. otf thls prlco, Cash Boxes. Filing-C...

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. — 24 February 1903

COTTON AND CATTL Market for tlie Former Was Very Qulet, DEMAND FOR CATTLE FINE Prices Ruled Highcr?Local Tobacco \Market Active, Though Owing to Bad Weather the Rcceipts Have Been Light. .Y13AV ORLEANS, Fob. 23.?COTTON Tho spot cotton mnrket wan vory qulot to-day; quotnilons unchanged. Iniluenccd mnlnly by the Iniprovonient In prices at Llverpool the market for con tracts opened 5'ini polnts abovo Saturday's closlng. (fl'Kht iluctuatlons followo.i, nnd the marekt cased off a few points, tlio board at the closo sliowlng net gnlns of 2"(M polnts May, 9.1.,.. 684; Ootober, S-14&?S.46. ''lIVERPOOL, Feb. 23.-COTTON?Spot cotton In falr demand. prices 2 polnts hlgher. ' Amerlcan middling, 5.94; good middling, 5.6G; middling, 5.SS; low middling, 6.28; good ordlnary, 5.14; ordlnary, 5.02. The .sales of day wore 10.00.1 bales, of whlch 1,000 were for speclntion and ex? port. and Included 9,100 Anierlcnns: re? celpts, 14,000 bales; Including 7,7o0 Amerl? can. ? ?Futiires opened steady and ...

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. — 24 February 1903

ONE GENT A WORD. CHARGE SS Cents, Cash ?nAdvanoe THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT HOS, THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Gente, Cash in Arance ONE GEHT A ?.S?? WANTED?????? WANTED, REGISTERED PHARMA? CIST, Reply, stating experience, etc (o Box 2?. Newport News, Va. WANTED, ADDRESSEsT?" TWO or throe young men, with tnlont for draw? ing nnil a iIcbJj-o lo make money.,. Ad? dress D. T., caro this oltlco. WA ? TED. ?? ONCE. ? MAN 57 nome experience In hardware business; ?end references. ? Rood position. Ad? dress "?.," Covlngton, V?. WANTED. A GOOD DAIRYMAN TO take entire charge of our herd of Jer neye; must be a good milker and feeder; Ringle man n/eferred, MlNIBORYA KAUM. Box eoi. Richmond, or Telo pilone 1005. WANTED. GOOD AGENT FOR UNOC cupled territory; free outfit; cash each week for whole or spare time. WEST? ERN NEW YORK NURSERY CO.. Dopt. D, Rochester. N. Y/ ' ? /WANTED. SALESMAN TO SELL. whlBkey In bond by a leading Kentucky distiller: liberal commlRslon to right...

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. — 24 February 1903

Miller <S Rhoads. Miller 6 Rhoads. A White Bed Spread Sale .An entirely new lot of White Rcdspreads?many of llicm with tlie prices scalcd down from what siniilar bcclsprcads have been Belling for. . _? Two rcasons for scaling these prices?one is tliat wc bought elosc.y and can sell thc same way, and thc other is?well, it just suits us to stimulatc busincss a lillle by making sacrifices to some extent. A neat arrangcinent for a brass or iron bed is thc bc.lsprcnd with thc valance. or cnt out corner?the spread fails over thc sides and thc "cut out" arrangcinent fits snugly in around thc corncrs? no imsightly looking bed with this arrangement. 75c Value for 65c. Good quality Crochclcd Bedsprcnfls, 11-1 size; well hemmed; several de? signs. Special Value at 92c. Medium welght, full 31-4 size, Mar selllcs designs, nll hnmmod, soft fin? ish and launders well. $1.10 Value for $1. Fine Crocheted Spread, 11-4 size, with heavy ralsed designs, . $1.25 Value for $1.10. Same dnslgns ns the do...

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. — 25 February 1903

THK TIMISS. KOtTNDKD IBflft THI. DISPATCH, -"OUNTiKIJ 1S.V). -WHOLE NUMBER. 16.174. llICriMOND, VA., WEDNE.SD.W, FftBRU.-ftY 25, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OP TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WAfilllNGTO.V, Pfeb. 2i,-Forecast for "Wcdiu-Kdny nnd Tliurscliij'i , , ,,, . Vltglnlii nnd North Curullnn ? Fftlr wcu nesday; Thursday raln; ligh? lo 'reuli north io northonst wlnds. Tho wcnther of yeEtt-rdny wns nt! that could hc deslrcd, thn mcrt.-ury never rt'K iHtc-rlng un uncomrnrinliln flgure. ,\n othor fnlr ?lny wlth statlnnary tompera ture Is predleted. aml then raln. STATE OF THE THIORMOIlKTEIt. } A. M.if> 12 M. 5? B P. M..'.L>i f P. M.'fi tV. M. W 12 mldnlglit .^_ Averagra . VJU-G Hlghost tomporntnre ycHtonJay.jjl l.owest temperntuie yosterdltty.*> lloan teniperature yeytird.-iy.j. 45 Normal tcmporature for Feb.-r> Departure from nnrinal tonperature.. l'J Preclpltatlon during puat -4 -lionrs.-... 00 MINrATCTuiTADMA NAC. ?b. 26. 1M3. Rnn rliiea.?:4!t I IIimrTI.DE. Siin fif-U...

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. — 25 February 1903

tftf than ho blll to rollevo conultlotis prc vnlllhB ln the Phlllpplnes. Mr. Mayno.nl wlll probably ;be:?Ucrte?*' ful In bavlng the tinval approprlation diii bo amended ln Ihe Sonnte i-s io nrovde for the approprlation of J.'OO.tM for stnrn* hotises at the Norfolk nnvyy.-ud If tbe nmendmont Is pli.ced Iti tho l-l 1 ln ?ho Behflte. thcw will be Uttle douhi of IU fettlns through tbe Hnuso. Mr. Mnynnid has ilnne ft great denl of liard work ?>!. thls blll. lt was through his cfforU that he surccotled ln hnvlng Incori ornted ln lt n nrovlslon pllowlng the Secretnry of the Navy lo use his dlscretlnri In hav Ing warshlps built nt governmenl yards. He also siicceeried In hnvlng strkken from Ihe blll the provlslon whlch gave to yards on the Paclflc eonsl an advanlago of I p?r cent. In blddlns "n warshlps, Thftt Ir, the b!ll orlglnnlly provldod that comracts mlglit be nworded lo la Ific coast vards, Ihoush tnur blds were 4 per cent. hiffhrr thnn tliose su'tn tled by the yards of the East. ...

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. — 25 February 1903

LIVES SAVED BY'OFFICERS Many Endangered by Flre Eariy This Morning, FLAME5 IN A TENEAIENT Dert9e Smoko IromJHay on Flrst Floors Endangorod the Lives of tho Thlrty j _, or Thlrty-five Occupants?Tho Damage Was Not Great. ? -: ?Jho storo occupled by Wnller Tnylor and Son, Nos. 107 and 109 North Eight contli Street, was damngod by ti Mrc. whlch was disoovered about 2:1)0 o'clock this morning. An nlurtn wns turned ln hy Offlcpr Kecgan from tho Elghtcenlh Blroel onglno house."Tho lower lloor of the riouso was occupled by Taylor and Kcn as a fccd store. Tho Becond and thlrd storles of tho doublo brlck bulldlng wero 'used as 'ii tencmont 'liouso and worc rented by a number of famlllea. The firo started on tho lirst lloor, whlch w_j) largely" flllod with balod hay and baled Bhuclts. In u short tlmo a donse Hiiidkii rosu fro mtheso lnllammablo ma U-ilalH, and tho uppcr (loors woro flllod With a deriHO smoke. Hut for the prompt an.l cftlclcnt work of tho ofllcers from the Flrst Pollce Stiitlon...

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. — 25 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch PtroLISHED DA1LY AND WBKKLT AT 4 N. TENTM STREKT. RfCHMOND, - VA, ENTERKD JAN. 27. 1P0S. AT CONGllESS OF MAHCI1 3, IS18. THE DAILY TlMl?-DlsnATC? IS fT^^UND^^Is^lATCll IS ^AMO^^;$%^hFORJ-TlJtEE WS?nNDAV T1MES-D1STATCH BV MAIL, ^tKuNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY ALL UN91GNED COMMUMCAJ iui\o NOT BE RETURNED TJNLESS AL COMPANIKD BY, STAMPS. A MILT, UPTOWN OFirlCE AT T. A. Miui^ ERS'. 51!) E. BROAD. A STRONQ PLEA. We havo Iho followlng letter from a professor In one of the Vlrglnla Colleges, w.bo la too modest to glve his irnme to the publlc. Indeed ho states that his letter Is "not for publleatlon." but lt Is so cloarly to tho point that wo take tho prlvllege of prlntlng it. The letter follows: Edltor of the Tlmes-Dispatcb: Sir.-I havo notlcod. aeveral referencea ' in your columns to n iblll or Sonalor Mc : llwalne's, provi'dlng for the Torron's sys tem of rcgislratlon of tltles to land, and I wite to say that I thlnk you aro dolng a great servlce, to tho agrlcultural com r...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 25 February 1903

UNIVERSITY BILLS ARE CI1SIDERED Meredith Speaks for the West Blll. BOAZ MEASURE IS CHAMPIONED Amendments Suggested by Mr. Harrlson. FACULTY MEMBERS. NOT TO BE ELIOIBLE L>uo Notico of Election Meetlng Must Be Printed in Charlottesvllle and Rlehmond Papers?Mr. Glass Makes Strong Spcech for Boaz Bill, as Also Does Mr. Harmon. The Committee on Schools and Col leges of the House heard spceches from prominent gontlemen yesterday after? noon ln favor of tho Boaz und West bllis j to allow the creotlon of an oxecutlVe head for tho Unlveralty of Vlrglnla, and adjoumed wltpout taking any actlon, Bubject to tho call of tho chalrman. Tho Boaz blll provides that tho now olllcor shall bo chosen by tho Board of Visltors, whilo that of Mr. West glves tho power of election to a composlto board, on whlch tho faculty, the alumnl assoclatlon und the Board of Visltors are to have ropreaentatinn. Mr. Wyndham R. Meredith, of tlils clty, mado the chlef apebch for the West blll, and Messrs. Danlel Harmon ...

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. — 25 February 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From theCities and Towns of Virginia. Norfolk County Politics Venti ' laled in the Pollce Court. COMB1NED WITH NEGROES riiii the Oiiargo Made by the Straiglit outs Against the Fusiohlsts?Snna for Cromwell Vigorously Re plies?A.C.Cromwell Fined. , (Speclal tu Tlie TluiM-Dlspntcn.) NORFObK. VA., February 24.-NO or dlnary buslncss could bo transactod ln tho Police Court thla mornlns. There was tho whole hlstory o? tho ractional eontost in tho Demoeriitlo party ot Nor iolk county to be recountod. lt all came out ln tho story of the Ught ln Muln Street y.sterday afternoon between liugh Johnson, odltor of the Norfolk County Oeraoorat, and Senator Flnloy Cromwell. The flght waa the result of aitlclea ln tho paper coninientlng on Senator Crom? well and tho tunlonlst fnetlon. In ono or these ortlclea lliore was a statement tnat tienator Crorhweli atood at the head of the negro eolumn of votors at Uio laat Stnto aenatorlnl election. Mr. Johnson testiiled, for hlmself,...

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. — 25 February 1903

PERPETUAL Judge Purnell Closes the Fa? mous Peabody Street Case. UN10N DEPOT PROBABLE H is Belleved That Durham Will Now Bo Ablc to Secure Much Betler Rallroad Facllltles Than Heretoforo. (Hpeclnl to Tho TltiiM-Dlnpntch.) i. -lALBlGH, N. 0? February 2l.-Judgo Thomaa R. Purnell, of tho Unlted Btatea Dlstrlct and Clrctilt Court, has Issued n fmal deorco odjudglng that tho Southern Rallway Company ls entitled to all the right of way, 100 feot froiri tho center of tho tr'ack on each elde through tho clty of Durham, includlng Peabody Street, whlch hon beon in litlgatlon tor some tlme. Ali partles aro enjolncd perpotu ally from trespasslng on tho right of way, nnd tho oaso reforred to S. F. Mordecal, Hpocial mastcr to Inqulro lnto tho damages Bustalned by the Southorn slnce iBoptcm ber U, 1001, when tho dodlcatlon to th* clty mado by tho old A and D. Rallroad tormlnated. Now that thls sult is sottled and thf Bouthorn'fl tltlo cstabllshed, It Is atated thai a unlon depot will bo erccted th...

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. — 25 February 1903

Time for bright, new furniture. "tffa rose is fairest when 'th budding new/ Why wouldn't Scott's words apply to our store. EVery freight brings us something new---some brand new style gf furniture. 'Ihe stock is now budding new. Before spring arrives 'twill be losing some cf its beauty. Handsome, durabie furniture for every room in the house?superior in point c/'quality in both material and workmanship, beauty, style and low price always. 'The longer you wait the poorer your choice. rati? S: Furniture, Floor Coverings, Stoves, <&c. 609 East Broad Street, ? RichmontJ, Va. He Wlll Go This Week to Baltlmore. REV. MR. WEST TO STAY Wlll Have Charge of the Offlce Tem porarily?An Amusing Experlence in Suffolk?News and Gossip. Tho Rcv. C. H. Crawford, lnto suporin tondont of the Antl-Saloon Dcague of Vlrglnla, wlll bld farewell to Rlehmond, Va,, Uils week. Ho wlll go to Baltlmore, ?ivhero ho. wlll establlsh his headnuarters untll ho has declded Ilnitlly whero ho will sottlc for ihe f...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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