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

CAMP LIFE RECALLED Key/ Our Soldiers Llvsd /Fought and Died. TWO READABLE LETTERS FnMJd M ovemonts of Wild Game Caught Within tho Limits of a Battle-field. Tho Thlm.jn 3*ars on Our Bat-tlo-field— Anecdote. (For the Tlmes-Dlspatch, by Pr. "W. B. Conway,- Corporal of Company C, Fourth Regiment "Virginia Cavalry.) Athens, Ga. Our country Is flooded with books, histories of the United States, so-called, and filled with erroneous Illustrations here and there, producing ■wrong Ideas and Impressions upon the minds of our people, ospeclally the young. These books aru written and published In the North. I cams across one of them a few days ago whllo attending professionally a. family In our cltv. Tho chapter on the Civil War was deceiving and misleading. It was illustrated, but, of course, with only two battles— Gettysburg and Appomattox. In the latter illustration was shown a lons line of Federals, dressed In handsome uniforms, with shining muskets and accoutrements. On tho opposite side, d...

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

The Love of Lulu and heander^j^_LeCLndefs First Engagement Ga/L I. LEANDER f"Ye-flodsef love! Vm 'IT' now. To see Lulu tonight. As her fiance, to clasp her dainty form in my fond embrace ! To imprint upon her lips the first, kiss of.true, undying love ! I can hardly wait till I act there." r\ , , , C 4. MR. JOLLYBY (after -telling stories for two? hours-straight): "Yes, I never heard anything to beat it in all my life. Ha, ha, ha, ha !" LULU: '"Ha,- ha. ha, ha ! Isn't he~too^ funny -for anything, Leander?" . LEANDERy/'Why-er-oh, yes! Ha, ha! But I guess I will be going. M> . 2. LULU; "Oh, Leander, I am so gtaa you came.^ Allow me to introduce you to an old friend of cooper's, Mr. Jollyby." t 5. LULU: "Leander, what is the matter with you ? You don't appear to be yourself to-night." MR. JOLLYBY: "Hold on, old man. I'm going up your way. I'll walk along with you" ALPHONSE AND GASTON IN SIAM. .They and' Their Friend Leon See the Sacred White Elephant. 3. MR. JOLLYBY: "Leande...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

'■ th^H&S SBBBBIB ift I WHOLE NUMBER, 16J97. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER, "WASHINGTON, March 23.-Forecftsti Virginia nnd North d.-jrollna-Fiilr, not io warm Tuesday! Wednesday Mir; frcDh West winds, Tho .early portion of ' yesUrdny was marked by a continuation of heavy rnliiK. ?nd the tempr? n i..rn throughout lhod«y continued high. At nlg.ht the sides c eared. To-dny fair weather nnd not bo wnrm 1b predicted, STATE OF THK THERMOMETER. • A. M. 51 13 M H i p. m ;::::::::: 67 B I . J\l niiiiiKi'i'iiii"""""" ' . ji — Average , ; " ol Highest temporHluro yesterday...... jjjj Lowest temperature yoaterdity f n Mtttn temperature yesterday. ■« Normal temperature for M0rrh. ..... « D"parture from normal tcmperninro m Precipitation during P»"^ hours.. 1.01 MINIATURE ALMANAC. March 24, 1903. JSun rIMB «:M I HIGH TIDE. feun retß f1:24 I Morn ng •AM Moon i'1ac»V...3:83 | Evening <•}»? — i—RICHMOND. ■ rtlver rises and llfteon feet of water expected here thin afternoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

(Mtirtlße within your firms:' what docs ho menn by Hint Mrs. Burdlek? 1 • "I don't know." ' '.."Wlint dors hr> mf-ftti by tho 'paradise Within your arms?' " "I don't know." "I'rntty fttron*; InhßuaßP, 1b U not? "Mr. Coatcsworlh showed the witness ttnothor letter written from New York by pennell nud nddrossed to Mrs. Burdlek. She said It v?n* his handwriting, but Bh6 fliU not remember having rcrr-lvrd It, "I will read It nnd poo If it "ill refresh your recollection: 'As I '-looked Into your beautiful eyes last night 1 feared there wns some, trouble hidden thoro. 1 . rT»«id not -know, 'but I feared It was be- / caW of some Other reason thnn because W- 1 w lS \ going Hway. If there was, dcarf fist, A wish you would tell. There Is <hnt in tho manner of your husband toward you that makes mo four i-onie-times that. I might kill him.' Do you reJnember seeing that letter?" If 9 ' B ' r " CHOKED HBR. Arr.«. Burdlek said Rhri did not know /bother 'her husband wns awnre o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

RUSEWASNOT SUCCESSFUL Minister to Liberia Came Under an Assumed Namd TO AVOID QUESTIONING Orossland Has a Shooting Affray With a Citizen and He Did Not Wish to ■ AnsWer Questions Concerning It. '' (Ny AHiwplnlfvl Prenß.) NEW YORK, March 23.— Dr. J. R,. A. rCrosplancli United States Minister to Liberia, and O. Washington Ellis, secretary of legation, woro prtSßongors on 'the Incoming ship La Chumpiißno, which arrived to-night. They enme In undor tinBurned -names, Grassland appeared on tho pnSKeliKof list no "J. R. Aubrey" and Ellis- under tho nnme of "O. Washington,':', The^ftpvo ns their reason In not being listed under their names that they wished to avoid being asked questions regarding tho Bho'otlnß'at the legation In Monrovia u'ritli the -Minister hart a chance to report to Washington. ■ According to enbles received in tliln 'countrV. Crossiand hud an altercation Bt the legation building with Thomas Faulkner on October- 6th. Faulkner waß fihot three times by CrOßsland, but ho re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch 'Published batty and Weekly at No< 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vs. EnV*"* Jnhuary if, 1903, at Richmond, Vs., os Beeond-Class Matter 1 , under Act of CongreM of Mnroh 3, 1670. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at 2 cants a copy. '' MIBe , ATrM .. Ths SUNDAY TIMES-t3IBPATCH IB ,*>aold ot 6 cents a copy. (■■■•',, I DAILY TIMES.DISPA.rrcH- -hy' mallW c^nts a month ,^4:«r a yenr, 3-2.80 for ■''alx*n.i^lu-*l'66 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATOH by mall, $2,00 a year. ' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In- • eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 1B cents per week. . Tho SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH, by -Carrier, 5 cents per week. _,__.__,. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPAT.CH, All Unsigned 'Communications will be Rejected Communications will not be :■ returned Unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Ofrice nt,T.,A. MILLEH'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. TUESPAT, MARCH 24, 1803. FACTS ABOUT TfrE . LIQUOR QUESTION. We glvo place elsewhere to a lengthy communication from tho Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

Come in and Be Clothed. You will look your boat tdtot wo got through with you, Wo will put the Suit up in good stylo— guarantee all thoro is in it : cloth> workmanship, style I Prices, $25 Up. W. S. CONSTABLE & CO., Successors to CONSTABLE BROS., 903 E. Main Street. LOSS BY FIRE IS ENTIRELY- COVERED Col. Murphy, May Secure the Property— ln Any Event It Will Be Rebuilt. Ton thousand dollars will In all probability cover tho loss occasioned by. tho XI ro in tho Milhlsor building, next door to i Murphy's Hotel, early Sunday morning, i and this loss is covered by Insuranco. The origin of the flro Is a mystery, but tho firemen think it started In tho bathroom, in tho rear of Grando's barber shop, on tho first floor of. the building. ' J>Jo ono connocted with the barber ahop can account for tho presence of flro In ' that plucio, excopt such as might have lieen' left there when the shop was closed ■ the' night beforo, In a smouldering way, to keep tho wate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

0 Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia, BODIES ARE IDENTIFIED Several Found Floating In the River at Norfolk. fOWHATAN WAS FLOATED The Board of Health Has Recommended That Individual Drinking Cups Bo Provided for Children of Public School for Sanitary Reason. (Spcclnl to Tho Tlnips-Dlcpntcli.) NORFOMC, VA., Jlnrcli 53.-Tlio liorly of tho man found floatlni; In tho river In February and btirlod as an unknown, was exhumed and Identified this morning. "Thomas Corridon. of Washington, arrived here with tho ImpresHion that tho body was that of his uncle, William Bresnnhnn, a brlckmoson of AVashhißton. Thomas Corridon was accompanied by J. Flgg. a brlckmitflon of Por'tstnouth, who know Brosnahan In Washington. ""<> had soon him after ho came here. They said that Brcsnahan had como hero to work at his trado In Hampton, but they do not know whether ho worked after ],o camo horc at all. They have no theory as to how the man met his death. But...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

HAYWOOD IS INDICTED First Steps Taken in a Nota- \ ble Trial at Raleigh. •INE ARRAY OF COUNSEL jght Attorneys Will Look After tho Prisoner's Interests While Five Will Represent the State — Number of Witnesses to Be Heard. ■ (.'ipcclnl to Thfl Tluicn-Dlspntcli.) s \jjmatl\ N. C, IMarch 2».— Tho li d Jury ot Wuko County Superior t returned a truo bill for. murder afternoon against JSrpeat Uaywood , .ho killing o( Laidlow Skinnor In thla 1 February 21st. Tho court wuh. con■d thla morning by Judge Justice, but ;Jury wols not empannelled and tlio go by the Judgo completed until i o'clock. Within an hour'a tlrno leafier they had taken sufficient teainy to mako up their case In returnia truo bill for murder. First degreo Jdor Is apecllled, but tho practice is itho prosecution In the trial to con1 for a verdict for whatever degree nurder that cun lie secured, It being luestlon vlth tho trial jury. It la unktood thEt Haywood will be arraigned /court . to-morrow rnornlng, and tho isecutlon sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

8 WILL SOON BE RELEASED Mrs. Maybr/ck to End Her Im- , orlsonihent Next Year. HISTORY OF HER CASE Was Sentenced to Death on Charge of Poisoning Her Husband and Sentence Was Commuted to Penal Servitude for Life. (By Associated t'rcflß.) tiONDON, March 23.— Mrs. Florence) ■" Maybrlek, tho American woman, who was convicted at Liverpool In 18S9, on tho chargo of. poisoning her husband, James Maybrldt, at Algburts, by arsenic, and .whoso sentonco of doath was commuted to penal eervltudo for life, will bo roleasod In 1004. Tho announcement comos trom the Home Ofllco, which now au- . ihorlzos her Washington lawyers to use [ l Iho fact of her release next year as a reason for securing the postponement of the trial of tho lawsuit bearing upon the prisoner's Interest In Jand m Kentucky, and West Virginia, until sho is able to ' personally testify. . Those who aro In a position to know, Bay that Homo Secretnry Akors-Douglass has shown great courtesy In connection With tha suits now pending In ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

■ •■ '. ' 'BAT' ■ ■ ■ DR. PRICE'S ■ I TRYABITA FOOD I I THI WMIAT PLAKK OILIIIY rOQO. ■ CrHOtmftfr. Ft*** OW* *«»<— fWOf and WawrOgggra*!*. GOOD DEMAND FOR UNIMPROVED LOTS fceal Estate Men in Pleasant A Frame of Mind—Sales Yesterday. "Real estate Is more active than tot ■omo tltno paat," said a prominent real estate mart yosterday afternoon. "The weather In opening now," ho went on, •'and- there Is a decided Increase In the demand for property, Improved and unlmprovod." • ltlH a notable fact that the nalos are better attended than' during the late winter season. The demand for unimproved property' ln -much stronger, giving i evidence of tho circumstance that building Is to bo marked thla spring. Messrs. J. B. Elam A Co., real estate • ngonU, sold No. 228 West Broad Street S and tho dwelling in tho rear of It yes"terday afternoon. No. 22S la a throe- < story brick store. The dwelling Is No. 30T. North Madison Street, In tho rear "of the store. The frorrtago of t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

10 C~~aaa<~^S^ Ala spiritb STRAIGHT^||2|I MAY MAKE FIGHT FOR PROHIBITION More Than Likely That the Agitation May Result in This. Alderman .Otway S. Allen, of Madison Ward, a ni-pmber of tho Finance Committee, stated last night that tho present stir and affltallon over the increased' rates In liquor licenses will most assuredly lead to a prohibition light In the near future, when an ■effort will be made to vole whiskey and saloons out of Hlchniond, and entail upon tho liquor dealers nn nlmost untold expense. ILajor Allen was out of the city when tho Finance Committee rated the saloons and consequently had nothing to do with tho readjustment. "I have, always favored a flat license jilan," said Mr, Allen, "and 1 have alvays regarded the license rate In Hlchmond as absurdly low. This present move '-will, In' my opinion, bring about a prohibition light, but just how hooii such a campaign will be actively undertaken I am not In a position to say.~ But, mark my word, it will com...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

ITho Kind You Have' Always Bought* and which has boon v Mn use ifortpvtri&Oi years, has ho*n« the Blgnatnr© of - . **7^^^^* Mid hai Ixeen made under his per1 rfF4jC£J/'+-&' "fwnal supervision since it* infancy. SmMrrti f^C&mMSI , Allow ho one to deceive you In this* N All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good^ are hut? Experiments that trifle with and endanfrerthb health of and Children— Experience against Experiment. What fs CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and geothing Syrups, It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine ] nor other Narcotic Mibrtancc. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshniess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ; and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the J - Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy' and natural «eep. The Children's Panace»r-The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS jy Be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

12 P HE PRICES WERE LOWER f There Was Little Selling \ Pressure Save In U. P. LOSELOWESTOFTHEDAY Belief That Banking Interests Looked With Disfavor on Any Hardening of Prices Was Chief Factor of Day's Weakness, (n.T A.welnted Tress.) NEW YORK. March 23.— A number of causes contributed to (he general weax* ness and dullnepa shown by the stock •market to-day, Chief among these was tho belief that hanking interests regard with disfavor any move In (ho direction of high prices. This attitude appears to be based on the belief that monetary conditions as a whole are not such ns to warrant oven a moderate extension of speculative commitments. London was also lowor. However, tho.ro was 0110 note of encouragement from abrond. The annual report of the Dresdonor Bank says that fears of a collapse of tho industrial dovelopment of this country were rapidly diminishing. Opening prices In tho stock market were lower for the most part and reflected an Irregular undertone, but ■there was Httlo pre?«...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

ONE I MINIMUM CENT CHARGE A 25 Cents, WORD, Cash In Advance HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTI3D, A GOOD NtmSK (WHITI3 or colored) for n child nearly tlwe years old; refnl-enrpn required. Apply at Nn. 1001 Ffnyil Ave.litio. WANTKD, LADIES, ALSO MEN, TO copy loiters /it home niul return lo u.f, ceort nnv strlrtlv genuine, AmlreßS EXCrcflSloll MANUFACTURING XU, I B, Cleveland, O, •WANTED. "AT"ON"CX, A WORKING housokoeper, lo tnko charge of JPimliy In smnll hotel, Apply with lefeiertco •toTAYLOR HOUSE. WlncheHtor, Va^ SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. .WANTED, BY A YOUNG J'ADY. OF yßfivernl years' experience, position aa hook-keoper. heiirt or apalstant; bent Of references. Addiemi B, X., care this otflre. i wanted, a rnirrtON as com pa nlon or nurse In an Invalid lady or child, or convalescent attendant; have hart expe,rlenco In nursing. Address G, i, J., Carrier fi, Petersburg, Va. WANTED, AT ONCE] POSITION BY ' nn experienced Idrly stenographer, with good references, Address Mlsa J., care thlß. off...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 March 1903

14 Nothing But Spring In the Store Now ,The store to-day is arrayed in its spring dress and the transformation from the heavy garb of the winter to the light weights and dainty colorings of the new season is complete. You began thinking of spring fabrics throo or four weeks apo perhaps. Our preparations began na many months back, and licro'B the advantage wo havo over you. You must think and plan for everything in connection with your toilet. So must we— hut our thinking is divided up amongst -many heads— each j.heati thinking and planning the very best for ils own particular department, and yet having the advantage and assistance of the general store system. For example; the Silk and Dress Goods Department has for months been examining samples and ' buying goods that, arc no,\v ready for 1 your selec- , tion. The whole time of this department ha > s been given to its own fabrics— apparently regardless of the fact that a muslin underwear, a suit section or any other depar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

Tim TIMES. KOUNDttD 1888 I TUB) DISPATCH. I'OUNtMOD IRM. I SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER, WASIMNfITON. March M,— Forecast for TliniHfltiy nnd l''f'l(luy: ■ t ,,, Anir . Vlrglnlii-Falr Thurwiluy ft ml r-rUlay. wanner Friday, light, vnrliililc wlnd^. North Cftrollim^fnll T.hi.rMlny (Itdf^ diiy; wurmnr Friday, light, varlaiile winds. VrKterduv wiim ono of IJio tnoal dnllphtfu iliivh of the geuHon. Tlit- mpreut'y w;im 01 y ri,, II wnit.iMi portion of the day n d oil hnrenrior. until M mldnlßljt tho hlr woo olillly. Contlriiujfl fair weather Is expected to-'loy und to-morrow, STATIC OK THjF'miOHMOMETER. fl A. M.' • « 12 M ' h 3 P. M H (1 P. M % fi p. m •••• y, 32 midnight ;■'■■. AvenißO -j^. r/)23 Mlkliobl tempera'turo yoSuirilaV M Lowest leiiiperHturn yeHt«rdny iy Menn lemperuturo yestorjiuy. »l Normal temperature for Mnrch........ « Departure from normal temperature. (M Proclpltntlon diirliif? pant U hours.... W MINIATt'HK A LMANAC. March 2C, 19CW. Bun rliii" «:« I TIIOII TIDE. Stu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

fcnfd lo "injurious to Hits morals or manorial Intornst of UlO community. Mr. JAniJnr««»i thought .theso provisions woulil Ihrust tho Jutlß-o Into the vortox and jnneMrc-m of hatred nod passionate con«w«t* fit thn fiatiie tltnn that they promised him will) no legal definite lest ' U)>on which to decide the qunstlon, Jlp thought thoy would tlond lo deftitroy iho indop*ndt.nco and undormlno tho fearlessness of our Judges. Ho wns not r»pposd(?. to tlu> object of the Mann bill, mit to the nirHmil pfnpnMPrl. Ho PXprossod ivlJlliiffnrsa tn vole for Uliy hill Jnigo Mnnn would draw, provided Us adoption was left to tho qualified electorate. MV. Anderson, tboreforn, offernd as n hubstituto to tho oonunlltee amrmlment tJio orlßliml Mann bill amplified, ho ns to apply to cities iifl woll as comilies. but providing for a popular veto before enforcement. ASKED QUESTIONS. Tho Richmond Bonntor wftu pllod with nuesllons, but ho hold Ills ground splendidly. He argued with grout...

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