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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 6 March 1903

rIGHTIN MANCHESTER Clty Enfllneer Llpscomb and R.F. French Como to Blows DISAGREEMENTOVER BIDS Sensatlon at Meeting of lho Street Com? mlttee? Much Work Mapped Out. . Semmes and Stockton Streets . to Be lmproved?Notes. Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch Bureau, ] No. 110. Hull Streot. 5 Qulck hands and cool heads prevented .What mlght havo beon somethlng of a -'tout en scramblo" at tho mootlng of lho Stroot Commltteo ln Munchester last ?nlght.' Mr. Robert F. French and Clty Engl . neor Llpscomb wouid havo beon tho / jombatanta. An argument had arlson as to tho whcroaboulB of a sot of blds that Mr. French <leclarod ho had loft with tho Clty Engineer. Tho blds had been mado on atreot gravellng aomo weeks ago. They had boon orderod by tho Slreet Commltteo to bo! retui-nuu, for thu reason that at tho iitiie thoy wero handed ln the com? mltteo had no funda at Ita command. lt was on thla questlon that tho dla >uto aroso. Mr. French aald ho had asked for the return of hls blds, but had not received ...

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. — 6 March 1903

LiveNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia PRISONER ESCAPED Jumped from the Wlndow of N. & W. Train, FIFTEEN-FOOT COAL VEIN Capt. W. T. Baldwln, of East Radford, Prospectlng for Coal ln Pulaskl, Dis covers the Largest Ve'in Found in tho Southwest. (Speclnl to The Tlmcs-DUpnteh.) EAST RADFORD, VA., Mnrch 6,-Rnd ford'a efficlent clty sorgeant, who up to this week had the onvlablo offlcial record of nover having boon outwltlod by a prisoner. .la now the butt of good natuied guylng on tho part of lils frienda, at the mily break ln hls rocor. whlch ocourrod ln thla way: About 4tell1?*?^ ago a burglar broko und entered tho Virginia iron, Coal and Coke Company a store ln Radford, and oseapod w th out leavlng a fcruce or clue. lho buig ? lnr, who says hla iinino Is James Moi ria, of Canada, went to Catlettsburg Ky., and there gOt drunk and' dlsplayed somo Jawclrv, from whlch ho forgot to i? move iho private cost mark, was arrost? ed. and somo of the tags, were sent ...

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. — 6 March 1903

IN HONOR OFRALEIGH Incorporatlon of Roanoke Is? land pelebratlon Company. ELECTION BY THE PEOPLE A Resolution Asklng Congress lo Call a Constltutlonal Conventlon In Re? gard to Election of United States Senators. (Rpcclnl to Tbo TlinoH-llUpntcli.) RAI.E1GH, N. C March 5.?Tho Sonate thls mornlng paasod tho Houso blll to Inoorporato tho Roanoko Island Colobra* tlon Company nnd promolo the eatubllBh thent of Hclenllllo Invcsllgatlon at]d ln Btruotlon In commemoratlon of Slr Waltcr Ralelgh nnd hls eftorta to colonlzo Amcr lca. A clause approprlatlng $50,000, when $250,000 Is roised from other eou/ces, was cllmlimCed. ' A resolution from tho Houso. nsklni Congress to call a constltutlonal conven? tlon to provlde for tho election of'United States Senators by the vote of tho people, camo up, but on objectlon went over untll to-morrow. Among the bllls pn.scd wero: Tq In eorpornto tho Porpotual insurance Com? pany of North Carollna; to Incorporate the North Carollna .and Tennessee Rall? road...

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. — 6 March 1903

A Piano FiftyYears Ago s Was a Luxury Enjoyed by Few of Abundant fleans; TO=DAY THE <_>??? Men of Moderate Income Can Have in Thelr Home Even Such Instrumcnts as . . . VICTOR TALK1NG MACHINE. The crcatcst source of ntriuse ment nhtnlnnble. We curry nll the new Uecords. Prices from $15 upwards.' t-nsy terms grjyen. Enable* anyone lacking the pianisfs ability to cnll forth at will the subtle power of imisic's wand. There are 8,643 different selcctions avail 'able to the Pianola owner, lneludlng the master-works and all the popular light operas. REGINA MUSIC BOXES. These Are Vhc Best Sold on Enrth. Qrcnt Vnrlcty of Styles tq Sclcct From. WALTER D. MOSES & CO. The South's'OUM.stnbllshetl fluslc House, 103 EAST BROAD STREET. Corrcspondcncc Sollcited. Write for Cutnloguc DEPTH OF WATER ' IN THE HARBOR Soundings Taken Yesterday Show a Very Serious State of Things. Soundlngs taken yesterday by Colonel G, Percy Hawcs, manager of tho coal elovator" of S. H. Hnwes & Company, show...

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. — 6 March 1903

DABNEY & JOHNSTON, Shoosters, 301 EAST BROAD STREET, CORNER THIRD. ' We have declded to continue our sale just one more week?not one day longer. This week Shoes will almost be given away. Chlldren's Shoes, sizes fi to 8, all solid, good, honest wenrers; ILQr regular prices from 50c. to 11, ??*?+* Chlldren's Shoes, worth from $1.00 to $1.25. taken oft of the hlgh prlced racka; sizes 81-2 to 12! styles CQr to sult both boya and girls.... u-\> 300 palrs Boya' Shoes, sizes 21-2 to ,61-2, $1.25 grade, two styles- CQ aatln calf nnd box gi'aln. _>^w Ladles' i Shoes, only a fow 'AQr palrB left, at.???? l-",' 100 palra of Ladles* Shoea, the $2.00 and $2.60 grade, alzes broken, <? t _{\ alyles good . tp*.->* Ladlea' Hlgh Grado Shoea, small Blzca; tho nowest ahapes at less thnn tho, raw materlal (? | #Qg cost. *' Ladles' Hand-mndo Shoea, In Box Calf, Mat. Kld, "Idoal Kld," Pat. Kld and Vlcl Kld; slzea 1,1 1-2. 2; 2 1-2, 3 and 3 1-2, B., C, D. and E. wide; not a palr worth lesa ...

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. — 6 March 1903

MYSTERY IN THE MARKET Prices Went Downward. but at Slow Steps. NET RESULT WAS SERIOUS Losses,of from Two to Four Polnts Reached In Some Stocks and Over that for Some Dormant Stocks. Bonds Sympathetically Weak. (By Assoelntp- t'l-ess.) ?I_W YOP.1C. March 5.?Thore wns nn ?lr of mystery about tho wonknosa of Iho stock market to-day. Rtimora of Bnanelal embnrrnssmont in the dry gooas world were clrculatod, but nothlng tleii nito wns unnotincod. Tlio directlon of tho rumors shlfled several tlmos during tno flav. however, whlch had tho effect of dlf fuslng tho feollng of dlstrust nnd appre lienslon. This vngue feollng was the most offectual factor In the day s weak? ness of stocks. But the money needs flovelopod by the situation hnd their posl tive Influence hy the wlthdrawnls of credlts from the slock market ln tbo Khape of cnlllng of loans. The prevailing llghtncss or monoy leaves llttlo resource tor replaclng of loans that are called. lhe consequence was fi drlbblo of forced llqii-1 da...

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. — 6 March 1903

ONE CFNi tt WOM, MINIMUM GHARQE 25 GetiiSg C?tr1inidv?noi THESE ARE THE WONDER W0RKIN6 WANT ADS. TNAT BRINQ GREATEST RESULTS. ONE CHAROE OENT 26 Conts, A CashlnAdvanei WORD. ; HELP WANTED?MAMS, ; ' .wTnTed", FI V18 _ JBXPERI ENCKp ?I^^W5S!8& WErnNowpAOrt Nows, Va. _ - Jwanted, a man. WITH FAMILY, ON my farm on James River to work on ahnros; owner wlll furnlsh toams, eto. jfr M. DE1TRICK, Lorralne, va, ?WANTED, A-- COMPETENT MILL wrlght! ono famlllar wlth Hour mllllng mntehinenyj. Address, wlth rofprenccs, NORFODK FLOUR CO., Norfolk, V*. [WANTED, ALL AROUND MAN FOR blndory; glve roferenco. Apply at onco MOOSE BROS. COMPANY, Lynchburg, Vft._ .WANTED, AGENTS .^OR OFFICE speclalty; blg sellor. Bond 25a for sam plo and terms. Address Box No. 695, Richmond, Va. . _i WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS BAKER, wlth rocommendatlons 'rofflv:,_?'t*_S" Ployer. Corrcspond wlth R. N. BRIDG iORS, Weldon, N. C _ AVANTED, MAN TO MAKE READY AND feed Gordon presses; good chanco' for a young man from . country t...

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. — 6 March 1903

Miller ?f Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. A Combination Sun and Rain Umbrella $3.98 We've been selling Umbrellas for years?and good ones, too? fcut the beautiful creations of tin's spring have never been equalled. TWh combination one at ?tUW Is 1!io handsomest in appearance and best in ! uuallty wo'Vc over seen at this price. aUA.HANTE.13D TAFFETA in Black, Navy, Green and. White colorings, With 1 combination Black and White bonier. Style, without gattdincss, shows all over/it. Hougibants Ideal Perfume. ' Nothing better' made. It is an ideal perfume in very fact, and if you could see the pro? cess it goes through, and the materials used,, you'd, not be surprised even if the price was much higher than it is. 43c. per quarter ounce is really a very moderate price for a per? fume such as Hougibants. The New Corsets for Spring. Ono verv dainty Corbet for slight figures is a P. N. for S3.BO. It% made of a nno quality of Mor corized Broendo with nil tho appear* anco of Silk. This Corset Is o...

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. — 7 March 1903

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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. — 7 March 1903

S, A. Day. was evading ntid breaking the law In tho salo ot llqlior In the coun? ty; fthd when It was attompted by clt Isens of tho county to indict the said Day for violation ot tho liquor law bo 1 fore a grand Jury of tbo county, the snld C. J, Campbell, wrongfully Instructed the grand jury that It was not. unlaw? ful for a druggist to sell "medicated"? whiskey. With reference to this last mentioned chnrgo your committee Is di? vided ns to whether they arc fully sus? tained by tho evidence token in the case. The majority of tho committee, vie:. N. B. Early, Jr., J. C. Gent, Rlch'd B. Davis; R. E, Lee, Jr., Thomas II. Lion. Georgo E. Slpe and C. W. Waddy, aro of opinion that tho charges,are fully sustained, nnd ihow tho grossest disregard by the said C. J, Campbell of his duties In the prem? ises. Tbo rest of tiio committee think ' those charges are tint fully sustained. LAW VIOLATED. It appeared from tho evidence that for a number of years prior lo 1901 what Is known as the local ...

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. — 7 March 1903

THE TOOLS OF CHANCE tireat Quantity Still In City Hall Basement. BELONGED TO NUCKOLS And it Cannot Be Destroyed Until He Has Been Arrestecl and Found Guilty of Running a Gam? bling Resort. In a.Btatemont to a ?reporter yesterday B-ftcrnoon Commonwealth'? Attorno*?1 ?llchnrdson cleared up for good and all nystery which has surrounded tho presence Jn tho basement of the City Hall of gamM ^ing paraphernalia, and which has attract? ed much attention from tho Pollco C?i^t devotees. Blnco tho memorable raldB by tho police rlipon a number of places formerly uied tor gambling houses, and tho capture/ of thousands of dollars' worth ot deveou employed In games of chance, all of which ?wan stored In th? basement of the/City Hull, tho paraphernalia In question has occupied tho rotunda adjoining- t'?i? Fo? lien Court, and dally every ono wno is railed to the placo Is Impressed iy Uie prolonged and continued presence pf tho jr-uo?r-looklng tables. Naturally this has aroused mulh talk and speculat...

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. — 7 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch. ?Publlihed bally end Weekly at No, 4 North Tenth Sii*?***?., Richmond, Va. ??ittrert January ZT, 1903, at Rich ' mond, Va., as See6nd?Clasa Mutter, tinder Act ot Con*? greas of Marcii 3, 1879, The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold It 2 cents a copy, The SUNt?AY TIMES-DISPATCH la ?Old at 6 cents a copy, DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mal ?M cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for alx months, $1.50 for Hiree months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. J The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In? cluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, H.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T, A, -MILLER'S, No. 919 East Broad Street. S?YTURDAY, MARCH 7. 1903. A GOOD BILL. Mr. Angoli, of Roanoko, lias Introduced Its the House ? bill providing that treasu? rers, clerks of the court and coinmlsslon m?? of...

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. — 7 March 1903

ONE MINIMUM CENT CHARGE A 25 Cents, WORD, Cash In Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, Cash In Advance ONE CENT A WORD* -TEL. WANTED?MAIE? etc. WANTED, FIVE EXPERIENCED WAITERS; wnnea, ?20 per month. Ap? ply LEXINGTON HOTEL, Newport News, Va. , WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS CABR1 AGE PAINTER. Apply to W. C. SMITH, _314 N. Fifth Streot._ WANTED, A MAN, WITH FAMILY. ON my farm on James River to work on shares; owner will furnish teams, ?*??"? T, M. DEITRICK, Ijorralno, Va, Wanted, man to make ready and feed Gordon presses; good chanco toe a young man from country town I7 learn on a high-class ot work; stati ?alary. It, A. KISHPAUOH, Frctf erlcksbttrg. Va. WANTED, TWO CLOT ?I NO SALI!* men, two Furnlahlng Goods Bnloemtn: must bo thoroughly competent wm (lunllfled to wnlt on tho best class/of trntle; application nnd roferencos /by loltor. GANS-RADY COMPANY. ' fclARNESSMAKERS WANTED: STEADY Job; good pay for fillers, arid one cutter...

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. — 7 March 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia PREPARING FOR SUMMER Norfolk Street Railways Look Forward to Large Travel. THE IMPROVED FACILITIES All ofihe Lines aro Making Earnest Ef? forts to Handle tho Summer Sea Coast Resort Travel to the Best Advantage (Spedili tn The? TlTOoe-Dlspatch.i NORFOLK, VA., March G.-Quletly tho officers of the Buy Shore Company nre ma*klng preparations for a down town terminal, which tlie 'Chesapeake Transit Company has acquired, Four ot the Unes will land passengers at the post ofllce, whllo distributing Us patrons at any convenient points along Main or Church Street, or transfer them to nny part of tho city. The Norfolk Railway nnd Light Com? pany Is rushing work on Its terminal , station, Which Is In course of construc? tion at Kelly and Matthews Streets. A special call has been Issued for a meeting of ilio stockholders of the Nor? folk, Portsmouth niiid Newport News Company. The session will be held the 2d of April. This company ...

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. — 7 March 1903

Bills for Incorporation Follow the Watts Liquor Law. BIG FIGHT IN THE HOUSE Mr. Watts, Who Wns a Supporter of thn "irst Bill of This Character. Now Says He Has Changed His ****id and Is Opposed. (Special to Tbe Tlcaes-?lepatcb.) ?. RALEIGH, N. C, Ma/ch C.-One it tho most notiiblo lights on tho floor bt tho Houso last night was over the paM a/je of ono of tho numerous bills pend/.ie to Incorporate small towns to avlod com? pelling the removal or closing dowrl of distilleries under the operation of /the Watts bill- prohibiting the manufu?i:ure and sale of whiskey In country /dls ' trlcts. Tho light against those Inqlirpo tlons Is led by Mr. Watts, who, houevcr^? ?upporjLcd and urged, as it were, tlrough tho House the passage of the tint bill of tho kind, that to Incorporate thf town of Williams, this bill having bim al? ready ratified. In discussing the situa? tion Mr. Watts said he had chcuiied his mind ahout tho town of Wllllons, and was now convinced It ought not/to have been Incor...

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. — 7 March 1903

DR. PRICE'S TRYABIT? FOOD THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD. "I consider Tryablta Food tbo greatest achievement of my Ufo." -.ROGERS SELL IT. ^.^?w DEEPENING THEHARBOR Not Mucll? Aloney Available from the City, BUT MORE WILL BD ASKED In Self-'defcnse Enough of tho $9,000 in the Budget to Dig Out the Sand? bar that Has Been Formed. The Dredge. With tho Jamos River harhor proper Ailing up rapidly, duo to freshets, and at no placo abovo tho lock-gates exceeding thirteen foot in depth, and a sand bar ac? cumulating near tho wharf of the Old Dominion Steamship Company, tho Com? mittee on James River has decided to expend a comparatively small sum In hav? ing tho harbor deeponed. In a ? word, It bas boon decided to uso a portion of tho H,O00 appropriated In tho annual budget ?or expenses to have tino sand bar in Question removed by Contractors Cheat Vood and Farrell, at a cost not exceeding thirty-two cents a square yard. In reality the contract amounts to little, and will pot deopen tho e...

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. — 7 March 1903

THE MARKET UNSETTLED Hange of Prices Traversed Several Times During Day. LIQUIDATION SPENTITSELF Closo of Market was Irregular, but With Recoveries In Effect In Many Stocks??Oall Loan Rato Went as High as Six per* Cent. , . {Of AHsnclntpil Pre????.) ?s'B "WYORK, March ?.-Tho Block ma/ k&t continued vory much unsottlod flay "and. traversed Us rango of priais keveral times, but the linai result showid that tho urgent pressure ?.of liquidatpn had spent Itself and that the boar party,; ?elt themselves at tho limit of safety/on tho short side. Probably tho doinHiid from this eloment to cover their slort contracts was tho principal factor In/ tho ' lato strong rally lit prices. There .was, however, some Indication of investment demand on the docllnos, Support/was evident at the opening und had an l?por tant effect In rellovlng the anxiety (?used by yesterday's apparent abandonment of stocks to tho mercy of tho bears./ The confusion of yesterday wan considerably cleared up this morning...

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. — 7 March 1903

Miller ?Si Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. Fine Values in Lace Cur? tains and Portieres. "We tonti the other dny of a storekeeper who said, "What's th? difference whore a woman ptits n, lace ourtain or a portiere after she buys it. Sho can put it in the barn if she wants to." Certainly she can, but wo think, tlie storekeeper will loeo that ivoman'a tracje if tleoorating the barn is all the satisfaction bIio gets from her purchase. Our object in offering those Curtains this morning is not simply to -rot rid of 'em but to help you decorate your home. ^ Beai Renaissance Lace. Curtains B?4 yards long and extra wido with Ande borders and Battenberg edge made on the best quality of not $1.1.00 SI2.50 $14.00 $16.60. ?fS.ntii Mercerized Silk Pnrtleres rn tlticed to ?"UJ.I50 p pair. Pretty floral iles-lptis on sojld colors of Old Rose and Oreen. lj.jn.ao Satin Derby Portieres for ?fi it. BO. Rieb scroll effects, 3 yards long, fit) Inches wide; wide, heavy 12 Inch fringe. GARDNERBILL IS ADOPTED The ...

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. — 8 March 1903

THE TIMES. KOUNDED \m I WHOLE NUMBER. 16.184. THE DtSPATCH, rOUNDED 1850. RICHMOND, VA,,'SUNDAY, MA11CH 8, 190*3. THRBB SBCTIOtiS PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOT FIGHT OVER JUDGE CAMPBELL Hon. G.Y.Hunleyto Lead for Amherst Judge. FULL STATUS OF THE CASE GIVEN Senate May Wlsh to Have ? Further Investigation. HON. RICHARDS. DAVIS ^0 LEAD OPPOSITION Will Contond Strongly on Iho Floor of tho House That the Acctised Judge Should Bo Removed -Judge C. J. Campbell Says Hc Wlll Not Offer His Resignatlon. Tlie Campboll ca.o Is a.BUmlng a most lntere?ilng phone, and some develop monts uro promiscd noxt weok. which wlll not tond lu the least to decrcase Jiublli: Intoretrt in the innttcr. Ori the other hand. lhe HUbjoct ls go Ing to 1~! .rncttcally tho "whole .how" ln Icslalatlvc eirclcs for somo lini- lo come. Ob motlon pf Chairman Southall, the IVporla have been set os "a epculul aud conilnuing ordor for to-morrow. at noon, ond wlien they come up, thc-firet brusb wlll ho between lhe rnombera of the com?...

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. — 8 March 1903

??_?*?. unfl the -mere actlv* sale nf mlty, whlch Iim ..oenlly b.gun. ?nd '??'itm *nhaiicftm~nt ln valtt. of land, <? s*y?iic?s aro n_ultlplylnitf every dny ???llftf Iti Bome wb.V from tha labor ? ?jn_tnln*_lon of tltloR nnd lhe old form ttf e~nv_. anclnir wlll ha.ve to b. had, *.h_ lhe Tori'-ii. ayfit.m ls the bhlj. bn. SK'1-iQ-t oflwe what 1? to be doslred." Mr. Vt, P. WIIIIb, a promlnont lawyer Mnd ~ti|>_rlht*ndonl ot th* publlo sohools nf thla oity. ftfty*! "Whilo 1 am not famitlar'wlth ?11 thn detall. nf Iho mess tire nbw pepdlng ln the Legl.laturr, i .eel'a deep Interest In the Torrons s.v~ t.rn of lamt r.s'Btratlon. whloh, ns os UbllBheA ln other Jurlsdlotlone, seems t? tneet tho rontilrcmente of lhe age ; And lo glve ucncral .atlafactton. t nm tmartlly in favor of nny plan thnt wlll Itl-Ure the oert(_ln. npeetly and cheap transfer and reglstry of tltles to real .Btate." , , .TUdge John T. Geolrlck, .ornier jitdxe . bt thls county ond elty, now n well known practlclng a...

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