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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

THREE SECTIONS. TIIR TIMBH, FOUNDED IMO. I THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1850. I FIGHT ON THE LIQUOR QUESTION Great Struggle Now Going on in Virginia. SEVERAL MEASURES HAVE BEEN OFFERED Mann BUI Seems to be of Greatest Interest. PETITIONS POUR IN FROM ALL OVER STATE Adverse Report of Committee Will Not Keep Down Big Fight on Floor of Senate and House— Anti-saloon League and Liquor People Active— General Dispensaries, One of tho llvest lesiica before tho Legislature at its prosont session in tho liquor question, which Ima boon brought up through tho introduction of three Important measures looking to Its lolution. They are briefly those: Tho Mnnn SenHo bill requiring t ho applicant for llcenso In tho rural districts to secure the tlgnaturos of a majority of tho rcglfetcrtd voters In tiio magisterial district where tho licenso is sought: to be obtained; thn Claytor Senate Bill, allowing local option an to tho matter of establishing dispensaries', and the West Houto. bill, which puts the burde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

2? 11 mnjorlly of tho mine workers ot eft&i rilplllrl, onrt of oflld Hoard, of Cnnclllntinn '(OiAtl 1... ni.polnlrd 1..v onrli of e:il< "f- , - ffanlwulons. mid Ihreo other I' o / 80 ,* 1 ," Bhnll bo appointed by 1110 oljf<iWM l 0 operators In e/.ch of tho .-aid districts n politlnfi 0110 .person. Tho Hoard of Conciliation tlms coiihUluU-.I *h.iH "'^ up nnd consider Hiirti qiiwllons referred to 11 iis aforesaid, hearing both parties to tho controversy and wlch evlucnco us tnny bo laid before It by olllicr l\ art >' l s^, 1 jiolnt eC rclaterl thereto, that ri«ot*tloji or point shall bo referred 1o 11 n umpire, to he appointed nt the renuest of said warn hv one or the circuit Judges of the /I bird Judicial Circuit of the United Stnles, Whoso decision shall bo final ant binding In Hie premises, The membership of «n ld board shall at all limes bo Kept complete, either tho operators' or miners organizations lwvlns tlio rlcht nt nnj time, when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

2 Our progressive •methods jmve won for us a most enviable reputation, as a wide awake, up-to-date store, We aro making new friends every day, because wo are accommodating and our prices are lower than elsewhere. Mattings. Because we imported our own mattings, wo aro able to give you Better Goods For Less Money Than Other Stores. Iron Beds, China Closets, Chiffoniers, National Felt Mattresses, Victorine Springs ' 4th and Broad Sts. ROTHERT & CO. 4th and Broad St&_ RELIABLE CREDIT OIVERS. FARM LABOR IS SCARCE Annual Spring Exodus of Ne- . groes Has Begun in King George County. (Special to The TtmiMi-DUpatcb.) IIEvVTHSVILLB, VA., irs.rch 21.-The local election to be held here next fall is receiving a great deal of nttentlon Just now. In spite of tho fact that the time for election Is so far off the subject Is Hieing pretty -warmly discussed, and, us stated ln this correspondence some time ago, aspirants for tho various offices to be filled by election this comi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

1 The Times-Dispatch Published DAlly and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street* Richmond, Va. Enterud January 27, IM3, at Rlch< mond, Va., as Becond;Clnss Matter, under Act of Conpress Of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is *old ct 2 cents n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 18 gold at B cents n copy. DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH by mall60 cents a month. $5,00 n year, 52.50 for ■Ix months, $1.50 for Ihreo months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a yenr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In' eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. ) The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, AW y unsloned Communications will be re Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Offifcc at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. sundav, march: 22, loos. A LESSON FROH NORTH CAROLINA. On Thursday night a negro ot sixteen years of age, entered the house of an old citizen of Rockinghain county. N. C, nnd without n word ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

jr 3j! <g|S For the Woman who Wnnts to Know. 5 /§•?} For the Son nnd Daughter who Need to Know. 38 jSy for the business flan Too busy to Know. jimerican jiffairs. GRAFTING THE "IOWA IDEA." as It did. close upon his visit to washing .ton whoro ho was summoned by President Roosevelt, this declaration is though , {o bo tho Governor's formal launching of the campaign of 1604. ' CHICAGO RENOMINATES HARRISON. 1 The Democratic City ConyentlofcMonday nominated Mayor Carter 11. Harrl- ( non for his fourth term. . DISAPPROVES LIOB STATUE. Tho bill providing for tho placing of a fltatuo of Goneral Robert E. Loo In -Statuary Hall at Washington, which was recently passed by both branches of thu General Assembly of Virginia, was al- " lowed to becorno a law without Governor Montague's signature to tho Hurprlno of Confederate veterans. The Governor conBltlored it "unnecessary, unwise and Inoxpedlont." FAIRBANKS' BOOM IS ON. It Is roported that Senator Fairbanks, of Indiana has purchasod...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

JL i J . A very brlftht llttlo book, edited by Katherlno NewboleS Blrdstill, publishes by Dotibledny I'iure and Company, of New Yoric, nnd for snle In Richmond by the Bell Book nnd Stationery Company, offers eighty practical suggestions to women on the nil Important 'Mibject of "How to Jtako Money." The Introduction of a few- pnrnfcraphfl from tho book will glvo tho bust Idea of what all women will be Inclined to rand with plenHure. The first pnrngraph Is headed thus: "In every rank, grant and small, •Tls industry supports us all." The extract Itself snys: "I know a plrl who hHS taken up tho subject of palmistry as a profession. It. was a fnd with V. her at first, ns with a number of hnr "iKchool friends. But sho never Hccmed to lire of tho subject, and It became her ; hobby. Sho jflndly gavo her services far tho pleasure It afforded her frlonds find her friends' friends. Soon there were requests for hor services ut house entertainments of all kinds. People were gliid to pay, and pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

MITTELDORFER'C 217 East Broad Street **-* ) Never in the history of this firm have we showrt such a superb assortment in variety and completeness in every department, Our prices are exceedingly low for Monday. • Ladles Shirt Waists, Newe«t Material*, Latest Styles, Largtst Assortment. Lrfiwn and Percale Walsta, In all colors, Hamburg Insertion, trim- AQr mod, nowest pattorns, apodal T^w White Lawn Tuckod Front Waists, very nheer, tho 880. quality, Pleated and Tucked F*ont Fine Lawn WalStß, $1.30 quality, QQ r for yOU White Fancy Plquo Waists, with tucks and large 'pearl buttons, fiQr $1.25 quality, special UVC Etnbrolderoy Front Lawn Waists, tucked and pearl button C« AQ trimmed, *2 quality for... *»'^ y Wash Fabrics. Mercerized Panama Bulling In blue, cream, tan and brown, tho 75c. A firQuality, for ttJC Mercerized Madras Cloth, all colors, ■tripes and plaids, worth 29c. fC _ per yard....' 1 «JW Polka Dot Silk Ginghams, ail now colors, worth 20c, per yard I ft-, for , '... iy^ (■I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

8 READINGS; MUSICALES Lynchburg Society Folks Observe Lent Strictly. PERIOD OF STAGNATION When Easter German Starts tho PostLenten Season Affairs Will 'Bo Gay—Musical Recital at Woman's College Chapel. (Sppclnl to Tho Times-Dispatch.) m-NOHBURa, VA., March 21.-Lont has brought to Lynchburg society a period of stagnation, and slnco Ash Wednesday social gayety has conrtned ltsolt to a few readings, muslcales, etc. Ihe Master german will start now life In society circles, and several marriages will add interest to tho list of entortalnmenls, which, from all accounts, Is a lons ono, On last Wednesday afternoon Mrs. V> . M. Strothor* gave a reading to the Ministering Circle of King's Daughtora at the homo of Mrs. William S. Carroll. Mrs. Btrother's selection wua "Monsieur Beaucalre," and tho mnnner In which sho presented the story made It most dellfrhtfifl and interesting. Ovor a. hundred ladles were (present, and all of them ore enthusiastic In praise of MM. Strother s On* Mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

A SOCIETY- IN CHARLOTTE Mrs. Gibbon's Dinner Party Monday Evening. SHRINE RS' PILGRIMAGE A Good Delegation Frdrn Charlotte Will go to Columbia on April 3d. Char* lotte Veterans Will Attend the Reunion in New Orleans. (Special to The Tlmei-Dlnnatcb.) CHARLOTTE, N. C, March 21.— Mr«. R, li. Gibbon gavo a delightful dinner party Monday evening In honor of , her , Ulster, Mifla Beulah Wilson, of Morgan- • ton. Othor guests were Mrs. Jj. J. MooBey, of Rock 21111, S. C.J Mlksoh Frances ■' Mallory, Fau and Kiln. McAden, little '' und Mary Oales Ctfldwell. and Messrs. ■ Julian G'lllesple, Jenks /Hutchison, J. H. -Van Nobs, Jr., Albert T. Surnmey, ID. S, J'ogram and J. W. AVadsworth. 'i'ho annual pllgrlrnoKo of tho Shrlners to Columbia, S. C, will tmko place on Aprl^ 3rd. Among the Charlotte Shiners • who 'Will attend tho meeting are MessrH. Dl El.- Allan, G. W. Wadsworth, E. S. Im A. Dodaworth, Hamilton W. . IWflnon iuid others. Quito a- number of Charlotte people will attend tho annual reu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

10 POWER OF L PERSONAL MAGNETISM Startling Secrets Laid Bare by an Adept in This Mystic Art. How Men and Women Are Fascinated and Held Spell-Bound by This Strange, Mysterious Force. Tho Long-Lost Secrets of Ihe Magic Power of the Wise Men of Old Fully and Completely Revealed at Last. 1 Prof. Robertson, President of the Columbia Scientific Academy of Die city of New York, is nn adept in the. science of personal magnetism. Mo probably •1 knows more about the subtle art of per- \ sonal influenco titan any living man. { Ho has Just written a new book, en <. titled the "Secret of Power/ the copyfipht of which h<r lias given nway on condition that. 25,000 copies of the first edition be distributed to the public absolutely free of charge. Within recent years hundreds of persons havo purchased advertised courses in hypnotism for the purpose of learning how. to influence others and get along in life. Hypnotism is not personal inngnetisni. Prof. Robertson has determined ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

« | | PHONE 2888 | TRAGLE'S l^S'kr«| I SPECIAL SOAP SALE I TO COMMENCE I I MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1903/ I I FOR ONE WEEK OSfLY, I I We wiU put TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND CAKES OF SOAP at about ■ half price. Now that the Boap season is coming on, it will pay you to stock up I for t(ie eeapon. Hero are a few of the many hundred kinds we offer: ■ B iKn Rutleura Sohd ..• leHo. 160. Crushed Violet, Carnation 6,000 cakes Qrcntor Now fork, H ■ ,„ «, , uir ie «,„ ns «iin or yiy Soup, p«r bur 70. a fine, hard toilet soap, a ■ H 10c. Buttermilk (Cosmo) 6%0. 5(J< p^ rby , I » orfume< i Tollet good, Inr^e soap, per cake. 2c. ■ 260. Roger and pallet Vlolot.. 17% c Soap, 2c, per cako; or, per pt>r dozon M«f»',« ' 9o< Eo White Tar Soap ••••• 4c. dozon 22c. 10c. Cmddock's Blue Soap.,., 60. H 80. Ivory Soap 40. 600 r.akea Olive Witch Hazel 25c. Arnica Tooth 50ap....... HVfce, H H 260. Packer's Tar Soup 14Vfcc. Soap, worth Be, par cake. . 10, 250, Medicated Ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

19 OPENING VERY DULL Market Was More Animated After Statement Appeared. TONE WAS MUCH FIRMER Closing of Market Was Dull and Steady. The Bank Statement Well Received, •Though Cash Reserve Was Under tho Estimates. (By Aisoclnted Tress.) NEWTORK, March 21.— Previous to the tho publication of Uio weekly bank flares the stock market was very dull, but later phowed somo dopreo of animation. Opening prices reflected steadiness of tone, and Metropolitan, Hock Island and Mexican Central wero among tho stocks that moved upward. The activity In Metropolitan suggested a continuance of tho attack upon the short Interest. Rumors of \ a Rock Island-Mexican Central combina- \ tion were not very tronoraJly credltel. and I the last-namod stock was chocked in Us \ndv-ance by offerings affgrregatlnff 10,000 Bharos. Tho professional eloment indulged In somo nront-takliiß In certain of the standard issues, these Including St. Paul, Union Pacific and Atchlson. Yesterday b Rpocial selling of Sugar was rene...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

A Markets (Continued From Twelfth Page.) 10V4C.! pickled shoulder, Wici pickled hamo, Wmvic. Liird-Flrm; Western Bteafned, $10.60; renned, llrm; Continent I10.r«: compound. J7.M. Pork— Firm; fam11, Jlfi.wyga); Hhort clear, $19©21; mesß, »m.2riigraii. Btitter-Weftk: extra creamery, zsc.t State dairy, 10w27c. Choesc— Firm: «tate. full cream, ■ fancy pninll. colored, fall mndo, lßo.i small white, fall miiflo, 14^0. KBBS-Slcady; Slnto mid Pennsylvania find WoHtern and Smilhern, 14c. • TallofrQulet; elly, 6?ic. : country, MtSx I *' Rosin— IHrtni olralncd. 87V<jl«8o. ' l<ll| i;c i 'H'n p - Klrm at $2.30. Rlce-Flrm; domestic, 4 >M 7c. Molnflßpfi-Flrm: New Orloanß, 31«T40c. Cofteo-Tho mat-knt for coffee, futures oponod quiet nt unchanged ,I'r.lcep. '»g cloro w«b quint lit a partial decline of B points. Ba low. 3,000 bagH. Spot Rio, nulet. No. 7 Invoice, BJic.J mild, steady ; Cordova, TMO7WC. Sußiir-Rnw. »t#ndn--Wr; reflnlng, 3 3-IW3V4C.: cenlrlfugal. Ou test...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

"W 9 ri* Represents the Broad Lands of € jfinPYt G ll£/WY? this and other Countries. RetmlJ^HSBWVBfr *# _ ing was never before in such judicious moodTSo much merchandise has never gone bargainward before. Read this partial list, and judge where you ought to go for your needs and wants, and all transactions under the most rigid, modern, faitful dependence. Bargain Chips Caught in the Eye of & Hurried Pencil. LADIES' SHIRT waists of French Olnghnms, nil coir ors, best COc. value for 36c. Second Kloor, Responsible Silks at About Half Price. and every piece ftill of newness. Expert buying brings this sort of Silk selling. You have learned the Silk advantage here. There is a vastly higher flight in store for you for Monday's sale. Read. NEW CORDED MADRAS, the newest 12 1 -2 c ones, per' yard, « 3-4 c Basement. BLACK INDIA SILK, full ynrd wide, finest $1.15 Lyon's dye for 86.0; Silk Department. 500. FOR $1.00 SILKB. 225 yards of Moire Imperial, In white grounds, with stripes o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

THREE SECTIONS. Tftiß TIMES, POUNDED 1888. THE DISPA'IJCH, yoUNDEtJ 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS ■ THE WEATHER. ' ' WASHINGTON, Mnroii- 21i— Fowenat for Sunday and Monday: y/rglnltt— 'Ktilr nnd not bo warm Btm« Oayj Monday fair; fresh northwesterly winds. , ■ North 'Carolina— Rriln.and not so warrh Btinday; Monday f»lr, except raln - In nouth portion; fresh westerly, to northwesterly winds. . V,'nrm w'enlHef nnd pourlntr rnln made yosterday unpleasant. The cool weather forescoti by tho. Weatlier Bureau has fulled to matcrlnllzc.' Tho prediction In for fair and not so warm to-day. I ft. A. M r - 7 1!! M... '■•• r 'S a P. M Bfi fl P. M «•*• ft P. M I "8 .13 midnight ....'.. «S Average...... 65 1»6 Hlghopt temperature yesterday. .".... .1, -70. Lowest temperature yoKtorday fiS Mean tempernttiro yesterday 62 Normal temperature yesterday. .-.....; i 4S TJeparturo from normal temperature.. 14 Precipitation during pant 21 hours.. 2:01 MINIATURE ALMANAC. - March 22, lflOS. - Bun rifiOH C:l2 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

2 Test for Yourself the Wonderful Curati veJProperties of Swamp-Root To Prove What Swamp- Root, the World -Famous Kldiley, Live!' aild Bladder Remedy, Will do for YOU, Every Reader of ttte Times- Dispatch May Have a Sample Bottle FREE. ' WILLIAM MOORti 1 1 — c i-i Ir F - ,in — ■* could not sleep nights. Sometimes it seemed, as though my ba. 1 had to get up many times during the night to urinate v and go of best physicians prescribe for me without relief, I decided from needed was Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver sample bottle witjh good results, I purchased six bottles of the reg entirely cured. Swamp-Root i's a wonderful remedy when a man loss of'slcep and irregular meals. It is also a great medicine to to bers of the police force are using and recommending Swamp-Root, much in praise of this great remdy. t • The officers (whose signatures accompany this letter), as wel .you have accomplished in the compounding of Swamp-Root L Wc remain, yours very truly, To Dr, Kilm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

B The Last Shall beFirst On Thursday, March 20tli, we shall, announce our formal opening of Spring Apparel, Of our efforts and productions we shall toll you about later in the week, For 3 Days t ßeginningTo-morrow Morning, wo arc going to give you an opportunity lo buy Men's and Boys' Spring-Weight Suits and Extra Trousers, which wo carried over from last Spring and Summer at EXACTLY HALF PRICES The qualities are good; the styles arc correct and desirable, and our only motive in Rolling them at these enormous reductions is solely in accordance with our rule to show fin absolutely fresh and now stock each season. , Every style of Man's imd Boy's Suit w Men's $10.00 Suits reduced to % 5.00 Men's 12.50 Suits reduced to 6.25 Men's 15.00 Suits reduced to fr.sO Men's 20.00 Suits reduced to 10.00 Men's 25.00 Suits reduced to 12.50 I , ! J3.00 Men's Trousers reduced to fcl-50 5.00 Men's Trousers reduced to-.-- 2.50 7.50 Men's Trousers reduced to 375 ALSO FIFTY SPRING- WEIGHT TOP-COATS AT HA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

B Picturesque New -Creations 1 in Women's Suits. Broadcloth Suits, colors navy, black .an'tl castor, blpusc lined •with changeable taffeta and made 'collarlcss .effect, nock finished with taffeta straps, and buttons, full puff slecv.es, skirt -has panel front, finished' -with taffeta bands mud- hip tri turning of taffeta straps and buttons, kilted bottom, unlined skirt; special' at $20.00. Novelty Glpths, in fancy gray and tan mixtures, new shaped •jacket, blouse' back and front, high girdle, extra full sleeves, 9-gored flare skirt, entire Suit beautifully trimmed with silk braid, $30.00. Imported ( Etamine Suits, tucked blouse, Hat collar, Julj , tucked sleeves, blouse finished with pcau dc soie' and silk ornaments, skirt k, panel front and made with graduated tucks 'over elegant taffeta I drop-skirt, $40.00. Soijie Rare News of Skirts for Women. Handsome 3-piece Tunic Skirt (Broadcloth), trimmed with - heavy silk lace, taffeta lined, en trainc, elegant, and up-to-date, $25.00. Gra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

TO FORBID ANY MERGER Amendment Offered to the Corporation Measure. IS AIMED AT RIVAL LINES 1 /Senate Consumes Four Hours In the Dryest Kind y of Work— Many >. Bills Are Passed by tho House. Thoro wna but little of public Jnterest In to session ot tho Legislature yesterday. v Tho session ot tho Bcnala was long and Was devoted almost exclusively to tho consideration of tho bill regulating; tho powers and duties of tho Corporation Commission, which was reported from »ho Roads Committee., read n. flrtrt time nnd made a ' special order for Monday lit 10 o'clock, Tho House adopted tho resolution offered (several days ngo by Mr. Christian, Df .Richmond, appointing a Joint committoo to look after the copying of tho rolls' of tho Confederate HoWllurs In the Into civil war, now of record In the War D'apnrlmunt at Washington, D. C. Them wero but few bills offered . and they | wero nearly ■all of local Interest only. Tho body cleared up Itg calendar, mid adjourned before noon, pausin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

NOTABLE HOME AT JAMESTOWN 1 HOME OF THE AMBLERS, JAMESTOWN. One of tho most notablo of all Virginia homes was that of tho Amblers on Jamestown Island. The first Ambler house was built probably in IG4O. While it has boon partially burned several times It has always till now been rebuilt on Uio samp spot with tho same material ho far as possible. Mts builder was Wm. Cary, Iho greatgrandfather of Mary Cary, who was courted In vain by, Georjjo Washington. This houso was doubtless destroyed for the first time In 167(1 during Bacon's rebellion. It has beon twice or more times destroyed slnco that time, tlio last timo not moro than ten yoars np-0. It remains a henp of ruins and broken and charred wnlls. One of tho last residents of the houso was Mrs. Edward E. Barney, who had ON EASTER MONDAY IN CHESTERFIELD (Special to Tut! Tluios-VJlßputch.) CHESTEKFILD, VA., March 21.—Preparation lias been begun for an entertainment to bo given in Chesterfield Courthouse on Easter Monday night, under th...

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