ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Times Dispatch Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 57,797 items from Times Dispatch, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
57,797 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

SERVICES IN THE CHURCHES Subjects of Those Who Fill City Pulpits To-Day—Ser-mons on Commandments. At tho Grove Avenuo .Baptist Church this morning Dr. Hawthorne will preach on "The End of All Evil on tho Earth"; at night his subjoot will bo, "Dogma and Duty." ; At the First Baptist Church the Rev. \Cr. John Gordon, of Philadelphia, associate of Dr. Conwoll, will preach at both Borvlces. , -\ At Leigh Stroot the nov. T. Claggett Bklnnor, of Baltlmoro, will preach overy night during the week, beginning tomorrow. 1 At Centenary Dr. licar will preach In 1 tho morning on "Tho Prophet's Prayer for Revival," and at night on "Two iWays to Doath, One Road to Life," At Clay Streot the Roy. L. B. Betty will preach In tho morning on *<<rho Wisdom of Winning Souls," and at night on "Deciding Ono's Own Destiny." At tho Railroad Y. M. C. A. this afternoon tho Roy. C. P. Stcaley will preach on "The Sounds In tho Tops of tho Mulberry Trees." At Weßt End Christian Church tho Rev...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

HERO SICK IN MANCHESTER Carried the Flag Over tho Stone Wall at Gettysburg. CLARENCE VADEN RETIRES Goes Out of Real Estate Business to Put In His Time With Manchester Bank— Elks Lodge Installation. Mr. Berry Dead. Manchester Bureau Time* -Dispatch, I No. 1102 Hull Street, J Mr, Robert A. Holt, color bearer of tha Fifty-sixth Virginia infantry. Gornett'i Brigade, Pickott'a Division, Army ot Nortlhorn Virginia, Is very 111 with pneumonia «t his home on Porter Street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, He was a gallant soldlor and carried the . flas of his regiment over the stone wall v N «t Gettysburg in Pickott's Immortal cjltvfe, ft MR. VADEN RETIRES. Mr. Clarence Vaden, Who for so long ■was associated with Mr, Augustine Royall in the real estate business, and who la one of the most popular and progressive young mon in Manchester, has retired from the real estate business, and will _ devote all bf his time to the Interosts of the Manchester Bonk. ELKS' INSTALLATION, Mr. Euge...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

WHAT The RIIQIMFQC I DMC CAY oI W9W 9 T FS* WANT Ml*! 1A Prominent DUOWLoD I nlllD Dfll Dispatch tVflll I HUU V Richmond, Virginia. O^k To the Timßß-Dlfiixitch Co., cityt W4m aentlomon.-Blnce u»ln X your aafwunl columns wo havo found' ottt that the uliso of the advertisement is by no means tho only way ot determining Its value. There la a novelty and attraction about the classified pages 1 of the Timos-Dls-i patch that gains for It tho interest and attention of many wloo read It Hunt to coo the "World's" wanta told in the aimee-.Dlßpatch. We have had nothing but ever - increasing causo for praising ana > continuing to ÜBe your want ads, jA Very truly youra, VfJ THE CABLE COMPANT.m' 3. O. Corley, l Manager. \\ One of the Little Business Boomer*. ISN'T IT A DREAM? WHATT, THE Cablo Piano, of course. It is tho sweetest-toned and beet piano in overy way that the world has ever konwn. Cash, or credit j easy terms. TUB CABLE CO., 213 KriHl Broad. To the Tlmea-Dlspatoh i Gentleme...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

10 MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance ONE CENT A WORD. HELP VVAWTED-FEMALE. (WANTED, AT ONCE, 2 GOOD SKIRT ! Hands. Xpply nt. COl West Grace Street. WANTED, A COOK. APPLY 924 WEST Franklin Street. "WANTED A COOK, AT 821 WEST Franklin' Street; must glvo reference. A GOOD HOME FOR A SETTLED who will assist in housekeeping. Addrens A. B. C, caro Station A WANTED, WASHING TO DO AT home; .satisfaction BUftmntoed. Apply or address 720 North .Second Street. WANTED EXPERIENCED HELPERS ' n drosses. Appl/ to 4 North Plum Street: MltS. ADA JENNINGS^ WANTED. A COOK AND WASHER also houso girl at 923 Wost Grace. Call P to 12 A. M. Referonco required. PLAIN WRITERS KVBRYWHBIVE. spnro tlmo evenings. |9.fio week; steady home work; self-addressed envelope, full particulars. MANAGER Dept. b, 107, Box 1111, Philadelphia, Pn. .WANTED, FIRST-CLASS ARTISTIC r5,lr 5 ,l? BS J^sf cr S. tO A': SS COS OSO S^ rC lT2 cS Norrh ), Fourth Street . (LADIES AND MEN TO MAKE GOOD wages In spare time at home; no c...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, OtthlnAdvanoi ONE CENT I WORD, help wanted— fbmalh. ►50 PISR THOUSAND, COPYING LBTteru. limloso stamp for copy of letter, Instruction*, etc. Wo have several lines. Of work. Xddroiw BAOLB WHOLESALE CO., Chicago, 111. lADII3S AND QBNTLEMION TO COPY lettors nt homo. S2O per 1.000 for a short letter: paid weekly. Call, C, -D. HA.ISLIP, 2900 East Marshnll Streot, city. IX PER 1,000 COPYING SUORT LETters arid return Inn to vb 1 , papor free: 600-Bheo lots to uccepted copylHtß! gond addrosßcd, stamped cnvolope. AMAZON CHBIMICAL CO., Dopt M. Chlcaso. iWANTMD, AT ONCE, A WORKING housekeeper, to takoohareo of pantry in small hotel. Apply with reference to TAYLOR HOUSE, Winchester, Va. , kAD!EB-sfi TO $8 PER WEEK. WORKIng dollies and oonterplncesi materials furnlnhodj no canvaßHlng; steady work. Bond stamped envelope to ELY NOVELTY CO., Kly Bldg., Chicago. .WANTED. ACTIVE CATHOLIb LADY to work at home; $3(1 paid for 12 day-B 1 trial; permanent If satlofnciory. JOHN ENO...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

12 MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, CatfilnAdvino* ONE CENT I WORD. HELP WANTED-MALE. AVANTED, STATE MANACVEU. OFFICE position for fisUibllsliCd firm of Rrjod standing *sn monthly nnd nil •gP"l^s2oo rnsh rpqulrod. Adflrosa JJANUFAq* TURTSII, Sftl Dearborn Street, office ..01, Chlcitgo, HI. , WANTED BY A MAN OF GOOD character and strictly business tn*"*"*™: SU C bSVncw. "ml dol'ns Hplendld busl- .,..„ f,,_ nv'i»r c cht ynnrs In tins cn>, bSI on account bf faillnK health wishes position in a rirnt-diiM reUI I shoo house ud salesman. Addrcs O. !'•, oaro tills office. . WANTED. AN EX V X R I E NC ED C ANvas S er !o work on salary; slalo prev loua lino presented; care L. M. N., care tms AQ'eNTs" vVANTEb. ■ AGENTS-S3O TO $50 WEEKLY EASILY made Wo prove this. Luminous namoplatos, numU-B. slims ron( lnhlc , r larl cost nlßhts; samples free. RIGiIT SUPI Li CO., Englowoocl, 111. ■_ AGBNTS-'-WE- G-UARANTE I3j $3 TO $5 A k day introducing our Bonulne V'Supor- , ■ Asbestos" wicks: light equal...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

. By J, B. Elstn A (to., Real Estate Auctioneers. EXECUTOR'S HALTO Bf . . PUBLIC AUOTIOM rVALUABLM BrPcK STORE PItOrERTI No. 228 W. Broad St., CORNER MAOIfiONj. wVnf rHgL TWo-aronY frame welling JN HEAn W.iWKKOF, No; 305 NortiUtfidlson Strut. By virtue of the wllfof Mro. Kajtor 1 "* ienf, deceased, and for the purpose of ilvlsloii, I will sell by public auction, pn the promises, on i. .. „„ 4 ..,, MONDAY, THAKCH 2V190D, „„ »%|cft cSmWv^t 1 ! This store'ls a most subslanllaj one, beIng well built, having throe stories above collar, and besides ' tWlario ani attrao«lve storo there is a good dwol Ing with tho modern convonlenoeM abovo the « loro i *-hlch could cnslly, If Aeßlrat,\ermM Indnpendcntly of the store. T.ho storo and Bwellln* la now under an annual loaso of Koo to 5n excellent tenant, and the frame Swelling In tho rear, known ss No, 80u n. Madison Street, contains About flye rooms and rents for 110 pnr month; Uio •ntlre property renting at tho rate of W2O • r ffl"i most, "les...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

•4 ALLOWS WIFE TO TESTIFY Interesting Ruling of Judge Hanckel In Dlvorco Case. AS TO FACT OF MARRIAGE She Is Not Regarded as a Competent Witness, However, as to the Acfs for Which She Sooks Dlvorco. Trade-Mark Injunction Case. (Spoclil to Thß Time«-Dlspatdi.l NOFUTOLJC, VA., March 2L— Judge, Ailun R. Hanckel reversed . the practice of tho court In dVvorco cases here toduy. Heretofore the party seeking dlvorco was not allowed to testify as to the grounds for seeking dlvorco. That went bo far at times ns to oxclude the testimony of. tho interested parties as to the fact of tho maarrlago. If the plaintiff could not prove a marriage, of 'course, no dtvorco could bo granted. Attorney B. A. MoNeal, in the suit of Victoria Bhenery against Bmanuol Bhenery, for rtii'oroo, -whloh was granted to-day, showed authority to the court which ahanged. the practloe of the Court of Latv and Chanoory here, and allowed Mrs. Shonery to testify a»ito the fact of her marrlago •to tho defendant In 1595, when...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

B fi ßS|k M Powdeg MR. GUNTER WILL COME TO SENATE Mr. Matthews Declines to Run to Succeed the Late Dr. LeCato. »ir. B. Wllklns Matthews, tho Delegate from Accomac county,' will not bo a candldato for th» State Senate to succeed. the late Dr. Lo Cato. ■ "I appreciate the compliments paid me by members of the General Assembly," eald Mr. Matthews. "Many nlco Uhlngs havo been »ald about me. In uomo respects It would have been very agreeable to mo to havo been transferred to. tho Senate. But I would liavo had opposition; I v/ould have had to leave my post of duty hero and gone home to fight for the nomination. Had I done tltl«, the Interests of my pnoplo might havo suffered during my absence. As chairman of tho Commltto on tho Chesapcako and Hs Tributaries in the House, I can, perhaps, accomplish as much for .the people ot my county as T could In thp Senate." Mr. B. T. Gunter, Jr.. the CommonwcalUh's Attorney of A'ecorriao, a young and nblo lawyer. • will probably come to th« B»natf» and...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

OYSTERMEN JUBILANT Side-tracking of the Famous Jordan Bill Causes Joy. "taxing of fish weirs Pound Fishermen Advance Earnest Arguments That This Would Be Unjust and Unfair — Their Troubles With Boats and Boatmon. (Special to Tbo TltnOH-nispßlch.) TOKKTOWN, VA., March 21.— Th» oystermon of Tidewater are exceedingly jubilant over the side-tracking; of tho famouß Jordan bill In the Virginia Assc.uiAly. They rnjrnrd the Cnrdw'ell compromise as a pronounced victory for tho tollmen's Interests. The laVestlsatlonH of the commlftoo appointed to Inaiitre Into the merits of tho fight, from both nidea, thoy are free to say and openly avow, ,wll'l clearly sot forth tho Justice hi. of their claims. Representative tong'men, when asked as to their attitude In regard to the new status of affairs roln.tIng to tho oystor legislation, heiujtlly endorse tho commission. They are a unit ea to the necessity of tho State having Jarger rovenues from the oystor lndußtry and also favors the rental of any natu...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

Everything U a Specimen That Coiner In Prof, Jybllttt Way % ... i ■ r ; *-—. IIICIIMONTD, VA.; SUNDAY, MABOH 22, 1903.

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

> EiERMAN CITY IS WELL KEPT Berlin Hhe Best Managed Capital In All Europe. FINE BUILDINGS, STREETS Runs Gas and Electric Works at n Profit and Makes Money by Insuring Its Buildings— Largest Real Estate Owner in Pussia. (Copyright, 1903, by FraJik G. Carpenter.) BERLIN, Feb. 28.— Berlin la the best managed city in Europe. It has uniformly the best buildings and tho best streets. Tho streets aro wide and well paved. Asphnlt h:is jbeen put down on most <of < • them, and you can drop your handUerI'hiof almost anywhere without soiling- it. lEJicro Is no rubbish to bo seen. If you throw a scran of paper on .the pavement ft policeman may oiilor you to pick It . nip, and Jf you leave a pllo of dirt in your yard you may bo arrested. Tho town is watched ami everything in mado pleasing- to tho oyo. All plans •liavo to be submitted to tho city nrehl- ' Xcol nnd fv^ry slkm board liiib to be apjirovod before it can go up. Tou cannot build a dog 1 Jionnol without t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

HORSES AND HORSEMEN (Oreenway Farm Training . Stable at Washington. GXNARA BUYS BEVERLY PL Sale of Forney, 2.19 1-4— Rocklnnd's 2-Year-Olds— Leesburg Hunt Club. Flaccus and Qnm Honeyat Ben- ; nlngs —Other Items. Tho horsfas owned by Robert Bradley, Groenway Farm, Wllcox Wharf, Va,, are now at the Bennlngs track, Washington; and a number of them will Htart at tho Spring meeting of the Washington Jockey Club, which begins to-morrow, (Monday 23d. Tlio most prominent member of Mr. Br.nlley'H string Is Robert (Waddell, bay spieling, 5, by Aloha, dam (Vlrglo, by King Holt, who won tho (American Derby of IS9I. Bonoy Boy, the Chestnut gelding, foaled 1X97, by ; lilltzen, dam Buo 13., by Prosper, one of the most consistent bread winners of recent years, is also In the stable, but will bo out as a ptcoplechaso horse this season. In addition lo those tho stable la made up of General Stunrt, by Aloha, dam Mrs. Stuart; Ahola,, by Aloha, dam Mrs. Btuarl; l'cter ■ Paul, 2, by Aloha, dam ISmlnonco;...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

4 NEWS AND GOSSIP FROfl FOREIGN CITIES AND CAPITALS MUST CURB THE POWERS OF SULTAN ABDUL OF TURKEY To Allow Armenia lo be Slaughtered a Disgrace. REFORMS ARE EARNEST The Red Legged Soldiers of Franco Will be Changed to Dirt Colored anD Prosaic Forms— The Pope is ellt BY MAX O'RELL. Sl XSpeclal Cable to The Times-Dispatch, Copyright. 1903.) PARIS, March 21.— The European powers allowed Armenia to be slaughtered by the Turks, and .they will lose tholr title to speak In the name of civilisation 11 they allow Macedonia to be slaughtered .as well as tho other Christians who live imdor the sabre of tho Suliuti. 1 believe, however, that they are now In earnest übmit tho Austrb-Uusslnn schpmo of informs In Mncedonla,_and; as far as good inlul),tlons go, they mean to see the reforms carried out. All tho power* fear war In the Balkan?, but unless tlie l/eforms are realized at onco 1 do not sec how war can bo averted. The question now Ih whether the realization of any such scheme is practicabl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

C M BRBHZ OF THE BADOBR M THE KHIMAP^nJG C r A GOVERNOR GENERAL. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER I. "Theso rooms aro Insufforably hot," romarked Captain John Brent, smuggler by profession, as ho Bald to his Intimate friend, but called by lilh enemies, and thoHo who had suffered from hlo numeroiiH Inluultlcs, a plralo plain and simple. Ho strodo up and d«wn tho two rooms which wore hl» temporary quarters during his eonf.'nomunt. Yon, sad to rolate though It Is, Cnptaln Brent was conllned In durance vllo and did not like It. "I have no doubt that they aro hot," mild a Hhort stout man who aat leaning foao In a long arm chair near oho of the (Windows looking out upon tho courtyurd of tho govornor'o palaco which Btood ovor opposite . "It seems to mo, however, If you will permit mo to mako a suggestion, that thoy aro nut as hot as, tho place that ' you nr« going tol" Ho chuckled asthmatlca.lly, and then kicarno. protornaturally gravo at tho ugly expression that camo Into tho othor'n face. "Sco horc, C...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

E"""""^"IVERY man should possess himself of well developed arms ii i and shoulders so that he will (stJßfo look his best at till times, and bo able to tako care of hlriisclf In any sort of physical emergency. Physical culture will give them to nnyone who wJll practice It assiduously. Padded coat shoulders don't make a man prepossess tng. They simply Indicate that underneath tho pads aro wofully thin and bony shouldors from which riHbhy arms swing. Thin shoulders nnd fluhby arms generally mean stooped shoulders; for tho muscles which are used to keep the shouldors erect aro not developed. Stooped shoulders put the whole body out of Its corroct plumb, nnd n body Improperly poised Is not aii attractive object. Arms that aro not muscular aro llknly to hang Incorrectly,' generally too much forward or bent at tho elbows. Proper circulation of the blood is prevented thereby, and tho nrms gradually tarved. Then, too, tho nrms that hang forward when their possessor is walking, oooooooococooo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

HOW CHARACTER MAY BE READ BY THE FEATURES^ -* Latest Society Fad Which May Eclipse Palmistry , and Thought Reading, Color of the Eye May ' be the, Key to Character, By KATHERINE MORTON. Copyright, 1903. T*™"™^^nia latest aooloty fad, whioh promlsos to oollpso palmistry ii.. i and thought-reading, Is that of SEffijW cliarnotor reading by tho features. The color of tho eye, for oxamplo, may be tho key to tho charactor, A hazol-oycd woman never talks too much or too little. Sho Is Intellectual and agrceublo; sho prefers her husband's comfort to hoY own, and will cling to him through woal or woe. , Tho gray oyo Is tho sign of shrowdnoss. It Indicates a bolter head than heart. Particularly should the lovor bownro of tho soft, gray eye with the largo pupil that contraots and dllatos with a word, a thought' or a. flash of foiling— an eye that lapgliH, that almost sighs, that has Its Bunshltio, Its twilight, Its moonbeams and Its storms. A wonderful eyo Is this gray eye that Wins you whethe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

9 Stvil^itist Shirt Waists For the Coming c///i# 9t Aft« ML what fflri doesn't almost live In * uhlrt waist during the summer? Al**y» so' cool anA comfortable, and this Htoßon Bomo of thorn aro ao Dlflborrttoly' tfhnmod that they can easily bo worn for ilitwny occasions, The dostgna In wash silk waißta are M dainty and protty as con bo, and aro no Inexpensive that we can all have at least one, and tho girl who Is handy with her needle and haa a fair Idea of dressmaking can make herself one of these waists with wry llttlo trouble, as they . are unllnod and fit loosely. A vory protty wash waist that la shown $U made of wash China silk. It is much on tho order of tho plain ehlrt waist, ■'.with a wido box plait of elurty with cuffs and collar to match. One or two rows of shirring at tho shoulder «cnm. Throw plenty of fulnoss Into the Ijtbllst. Tho sloovos aro bishop, with wide I'eufCs. Another of those thin, broezy I waists Is made of the eamo material, the jfehtlro waist being a creati...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

THE HOUSEWIFE'S EXCHANGE W some, us I havo hoard It Is dollclouß. &• «• A recipe bo found In the column dovoted to culinary formulas. W triple-plated, with what In known as .'lacquer fln«h, ' SjW>&B°Sr 8.%B .%h O ' a^Mo^rf woE^oMe lacquor. _, "" Wash In hot water with a soft brush wet prof ubcl^ with household ammonia. Rlnso with clear hot water, dry flu' ol "* and while XSt polish" with »»««"}«»«»»Wn or with very •_ otto Id flannel. I have cleaned frosted Bllver In this way for yearn Without affecting tlio "lacquer llnlsh." I WISH to toll you of my success In keeping tomatoes with cold water. I kopt them In the Ice-house t*fiW~l o "Z 1 hours and then packed thorn carefully la ( h . a '£*M° 11 n 1 g '£S! jar«, tilled tho Jars with iced water and let them stand over flight. 1 The next morning I removed them to I the i cc liar, him bu the Jars to the brim with Iced water, then pourc dm elted flne over tho tops and sealed them firmly with tho Btrew to...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 March 1903

THE SDCIAUST AND THE PRINCE" A IE OF CALHWIA LIFE /. Kate Cecil , Thurston's "The v P|v Circle"— "The LieutenantGovernor"— "A Boy on a Farm"—Chateaubriand's "Les Adventures dv Dernier Abencerage." A New Southern Magazine. feoOKS AND AUTHORS COMMENT AND GOSSIP • The Death of Oolonol Henderson, Military Biographer of General Jackson — Mrs. Myra Locket Avary a Virginian — Punch's Betort TJpon Hall Oaine. The Lower Norfolk Antiquary—Cynicism of Pinero— ldentity of Mrs. Vere Tyler. . Turquoise Cup. ffHH SOCIALIST AND THE PRINCE. By Mrs. Fremont Older. Funk & WagnaJls, Publishers, New York. $I.GO. Mrs. Older's ronmrkablo novel of California life Is based upon tho sort of fact that is ,stranger than fiction. The most conspicuous historical fault in the .work, which hasn't so very many, Is tho ono wherein she trios to moke v semi-deml-gentleman out of the sand-lot labor agitator, Dennis Kearney, whom she haa put Into her story under the name of Paul Stryno. To ono who 1b familia...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x