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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

BOND ISSUE BILLPASSED Amount of Loan to Be $300, <*00 Instead of $500,000. BONDS TO RUN TEN YEARS ? Bill to Establish a Trainlng School for Toachers In Western North Caro? lina Passed. Oarrylng an Ap? propriatlon of $3,600f (Sppctsl to Tlio TlmccDIfipntcli.. RAL1-IGM, N, C, March V.?The Bonat* to-day rosclnded Its amendmont to the bond Issue blll. maklng tho lssuo $.00,000 lnstead of $300,000 so that It wlll bo on rolled and ratlRod, speclfylng $300,000 as llmlt of amount and four per cont. maxl? mum rato of Interest. bonds to run ten yoara. Tho blll to establish a trainlng school |?r tMchers Ih Wostern North Carollnn passod, carrylng appropriatlon of J3.W0, Tho Houso blll eluinglng tho banklng laws of tho State ?o that tho Secretary of Stato lnstead of the Stato Treasurer wlll charter banks, passed. Tho blll to rngulale tho practlco of medicine, requlring all to stand examina? tion bofore SUte Board of Medlcal Kx amlners, fought so .vlgorously by Chrls? tlan SclontiBtH, was refe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

RECTOR I HOT WATER Recorded His Opinlons of Hls Flock. WHO GOT HOLD OF THEM Rev. Maxlmo Duty, of St. Phlllp's Col? ored Congregation, Summed His Member3 Up In n ? Word. Beeause ho nttompted to sizo up hls congregation nnd classlfy thom on a pri? vate parlsh reglster of hls own. as good, und and lndtfterent, the RoV. Maxlmo F. Duty, rector of St. Phlllps' the only col? ored Eplscopal Church"In tho clty, is now, according to report, fiouhderlng in water vory hot and very dlsagrocable. Efforts mado last night to reach tho colored pastor woro frultloss. Two trlps were mado to hls resldence -and mes sages woro left, but ho wis out and could not bo communlcntod wlth. A momber of hls churoh, who was at hls Btudy nwaltlng hlm, was seon, howover, nnd from hlm somo Idea of the situatlon was obtalned. SUMMED THEM UP. It seems that the Rov. Duty, who la '-pondlng hls second year at St. ?Plillips, a church wlth some ono hundred and flfty or ono hundred nnd seventy-ilvo - communlcant.s. nnd who l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

AUCTION SALES-MONDAV, By The Vnleittlno Auelloh Co., ' 0)2 Eaat Brontl ptroot, ^tlCTION 8AM'foF*13IOD-ltOOM l'tJlt NITURH. DfNlNfl TABLES.SIDE ttOAHDS, plrFlOB'DKflfti llHAS^S BED, DIIAIH8, CA.UPETS, "STOVKH, ETC, ? TO-MotlROW <Mori_ay>'" MORNING, Match 0th, wo wlll noll at our auctlon (viire-l'onms, No. -til'i Enst Broad Streot. CotlntorimiiM, ROllftV Chnl.,.,?;?....? ., tjlilnc, R'lVdlvIiig Ofilce,'Clialf, Cnnn nnd Wood-sent Chalrs, FrirHcrs, Carpols, 'Mnttlng, Pictures,, Stovos, otc. Tho IndlOB Invlted to attend, ._?., ? THE VALENTINE AUCTt6N CO. Ooo. W. Mayo, Aiicllonoer, 1.03 1-ttflt Mnln Slreot. Hopse, uimiGmTpiANo. oi/fice DESKS, 14 MIRRORH. 100 CHA.1RS,' FOLDlNa.. AND IRON. BliTDS, 10 CAR PETH, ILVItt MATTRl'/SSES. MASSIVE BIDBBOARD AND TWO PLOORS _OD* VERY FINE FURNITURE. AT AUC? TION. I wlll sell at my auctlon-house nt 10:30 MONDAY, MARCH OTII, 1303, 1 Work Hort/cs, 7]-3.0clrtVft.UprJght Plntio, HandBomo MnssIve-Cni-vod Wnlii.it 'Buf? fet, wlth very lnrgn Plnte. Mlrr...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

PRICES BROKE VIOLENTLY , * Bank Statement Caused Mar? ket to Become Demoralized TRY TO CHECK DECLINE Supporling Orders Were Futile and Prices Were Crumbllng Dnnger pusly When Market Closed at the Lowest. (P..* Asswiclntecl PrcBP.} ? NEW YORK, Mnrch ".-The sloc>: mnr? ket wns thrown Into a conditlon of ile morullzntlon to-dny by tho dlse osttt'o. of the fact that the surplus reservc of tlie clearlng-houso bnnks was practlcnily wipod out. Excludlng Government depos? its thls Item ls now $680,075, compni'.cd with $:i,95S,42_ at thls tlme lnst yenr, and 110,717,2.5 two years ago. Tho sovero loss in cash resorves wns about as much ahovo the prcltmlnnry, esttmntes ns last week's loss wns below lt, thus dlscloslng the rectlficnlton by tlio average system of. computntlon of last week's dlscropancy. The $10,000,000 loan contrnctlon fullfllled the expcctatlons that tho stock mnrket llquldatlon of tho week and the slilttlng loans to forelgn money markets wouid be reftected In that ltom, but...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

FINANCIAL NEWSOFWEEK Btock Converslon Plan of Steel Trust Put Into Effect. WANTED A CURRENCY BILL Wall Streot Would Have Welcomed an Extra Session of the Houso as Woll As of Senate. Sentlment is SJill Bearish. ' j ' (Sp.elnl to Tlie Timo_-l.l-pii.teh.) NI.W YORK, March 7.?Tho nnnounce tnent of tho decision of the dlrectors Of the United States Steel Corporallon to but the Stock coiivoralon plan lnto effoct Nvas tha featuro of tho dovlopmcnt- of tho (woek in Industrlal r_uarter~. Tho ln~or IJon of the elati.o prohlbltlng tho Instllu tlon of legal actlon n tho caso of default |n liiterenl linlosfl such default shall laat lor n piirlod ot two yeara was an error Df Judg-ment thut was qulckly apprcelat r-d by encmles of tho now bonds. Tlio Impresslon provalled In certain quurtorn tlmt tho Insortlon of thls clause was an fcdmlsslon of weakness on tho part of tho pteel Trust offlcials. Tho reason for \\n Ins.rtlon, it was stated, wns tho de fclm of tlio banl.or. to tldo over a period. of d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

(M MINIMUM CENT CHARGE A 25 Cents, WORD. Cash In Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BUNG GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Cents, Cflih in Advino? ONE CENT A WORD. ZIELF WANTED?????? WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE] PAINTER. Apply to W. C. 3?? H. 814 ?. Fifth StrAcet-_ WANTED, A MAN, WITH FAMILY, ON my farm on James River to work on shares; owner will furnish tennis, etc. T. M' DEITRICK-, Lorraine. Vn. : WANTED. TWO YOUNG MEN FOR clorlcliiR in confectionary. Apply No. 62o East Broad Street. .??-.-1- " -vm**?-" 26 QUARRYMEX AND DRILLERS wanted: steady work; ?rood wages. GUILFORD ?: WATERSVILLE CO., Granite, Mil. WANTED, MERCANTILE BOOKS Ex? amined, closed, written up, &c., by com? pii? r.t bookkeeper. Address P. O. Box ?S5, city. _ WANTED. CARPENTERS TO ERECT 24 small frame cottages; would prefer to pive one for building the othor. COMMERCIAL GUARANTEE CO., 111+ East Main Street. _ " ?DBTECTiVE-S ? R E W D, RELIABLE man wanted In every locality for proflt J able...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARQE v 25 Genls. Cash in Anvanoft The Want Supplying Want ADS. THAT Supply Everybody's Wants. MINIMUM CHARQE 26 Cents, Cash In Adv?rte? ONE GENT A WORD. .__-_-_____-1-1" '"? HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTBD, MAN IN B0TTL1NO DE partmoiit; ono wlth experienco In run nlitg- suchi stato age, experlence ? and referenco. O. II. MALT, caro thls of? flce. JIELP'WANTi.!)?FE'MALE. WANTED, A F1RHT-CLASS LAUN DRHSS. Apply nt once 024 Wont Frank? lln Streot. WANTED. BNERGETIC LADY TO call upon toaohers; also Cathollo lady for llRht ctnploymontj salary nald whlle worklng. Address ENERGETIC. cure thls offlco. " SITUATION WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED. POSl'I'lONAB STENOO-IA; phcr Hini _}-pewrltor by young lady of year and a half exporloiioc; best rcU.v nnccg. Addross Ml.s B..,Bnx 4-8. clty. WANTED. TO SELL A LAROE WOllK HORSE; sound, gentlo. .good workcr; about i-lglit yoars old; oity broko, Wlll ? Sell at half valuo. WORK UOIWE, caro tlils offlce. 1__UV_A1N-$M0 WILL BUY A NICE LOT on M...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

THE SCHOOL OF METHODS Tlie ComJng-on at Gharlottes" vllle to Break All Records. FACULTY OF THE SCHOOL Wlll Bo domposed of lhe Leading Edu -ators In the State-An Out lino of tho Genoral Course. The Summer School ot Methods for tho comlng suminer. to be held at Char? lottesvllle. promlses to eclipse all tho fourteen preoedtng sesslons of thls great ond useful lnstltutlon. Dr. AA'allace Buttrick sald ln a speeoh beforo the A'lrglnla school superintend? ents at thelr recent conferenco in thls city that ho regarded the Virginla School of: Methods the bo.st ln U? Unltco States. That Is Just what Mr. E. C. Glass. of Lynchburg. tho conduclor, in tends to make it for all future tlme. The followlng compose the faculty: Physics-Francls H. Smith, M. A., LL D.. Universlty of Virginla. Mathematics-Wm. -AL Thornton, LU D., Tinivei'sity of Vlrglnla. _, Chem^rj'-John W. Mallot. M. D., Ph. T>? LL. D:, F.: R. S.. Universlty of Vlr eiRhetortc and Engllsh Lit.rature-C. W. Kent, M. A., Ph- D? Universl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

Unpaid) RICHMOND, VA? SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1903, ?G "What ? A saloon in. our borough ! Good gracious ! " " Strange dogs> too, as well, besides ! " " Go 'way, sir ! At once ! Shoo ! " "Bless my soul, what playful fellows!" Oh my ! ? m all tangled up "Police! Mercy G Help! Murder!" B?mp^tfiump !',. "Ouch ! Goodness, how.vexatious ! " Give me some stimulant, quick, my good man!" "My friend, you are an angeli"

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

_f_f_t?H*4***M^W*'M4'M?t"M^^^ >che$ a ftf > K K *? Mr. Dooley Preaches a Lenten Sermon. . i; By _?. _?. DUNNE Oopyrighl, 1903 by Bobert Howard BumoII. ............ ...... nt .?.>?. ... <........... "m6-ho," eitld Mr. Henne.sy, "hvlnty Wfttt daya to Salnt Pnthrlok'- day." Ar-ro ye keepln* Lent," "sked Mr. I5oolejr. "I tim," said Mr. Hennessy. "I put th* plp* back Iv th' clock day befure ylsterdah nlght. Oh, but-lh' las' whlft lv th' ol' clay was pllslnt. Ar-ro ye Iceepln* 3_ent?" "I am thnt," pald Mr. Dooley. "I'm on'y ffmokln* me seegnrs half through nn' I 'tako no sugnr ln mo tny. Th 3?rd glvo mo stren'th to last till Pnth rlok'B dayl I'm keepln' Lent, but I m not goln' up an' down th' athreet tel lin* pooplo about 11. I aln't anny prouder Iv keepln' Lent thln I nm Iv keepln' cloan. In our fam'ly we'vo al? ways kept lt. I raymlmbcr seoln' mo father -iuck aAv'ky th' plpe, cork up th' bottlo an' put-it Ina thrtink wlth somethlng hetween n moan nn''n cheor nn' begln to fln...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

__z IN THE LAND OF DIAMONDS Rlchmonder Wrltes of Vlslt to De Beers Mlnes. GEMS BY BUCKET FULL Gold Export Wore More Valuable Than the Diamond Industry. Grnphlc Do i scrlptlon of South ^frlcan , Country. ByT. W. GENTRY. jf.Sp.otal Corrospondonco of Tho Tirnes Dtspatch.) CAPE TOWN, Jan, 20,?Sinco my last lettfer I have had an opportunity to sce Ing protty muoh all of.tho country oom prislng Capo Colony,' Orange Rlver Colo? ny, tho Transveal, Natal and Rhodesla, Ita woll as parts of tho natlvo possesslons ln Grlqualnrid, Swaalldnd, Zululund', Busu itoland and tho mlddlo South Afrlcan VKaroo," as well us portlons of tho Por tuguoHo 3Sast Afrlcan Torritory, and a wonderful country lt ls] Arast ln extent, great ln tls opportunltios, grand ln Its aconery, and Interesting In the extreme to tho traveller, < I.oavlng- Cape Town by the railway for -Bulawayo, the northern extremlty of tho "Capo of Calro" road and 1,300 mllos dls tant, ono passes through almost overy conditlon of country, and...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

IMPORTANCE OF CARE OF TRESSES Rules For Washing.Cleansing and Brushing the Hair. Plenty of Sunshine and Oxygen Necessary for Its Well Being. By KATHERINE MORTON. Copyright 1903. The question of when to wash the hair bag been answered as variously as how to prevent senslcknesa. One says as oiten ns possible! another, not moro than once or twlco a year. Doubtless the answer depends largely on the Individuad temperament of the subject and tho frequenoy ajid vigor ?with which the brush Is used. Generally, however, ono cannot mnlntaln tho two great essentials to beautiful hair?circu? lation and cleanliness?without devoting nt least twenty minutos a day to brush? ing and combing. The necessity of brushing the bnlr cannot be emphasized too strongly. It ehould be done lightly nnd evenly, strand by strand. In combing tho hair, Instead of beginning at the head, the first comb? ing should start at tho end of tho haJr, ? lb other words, It should bo combod up? ward In order tb avoid tangling, b...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

^ScKool 5r M for tv r i o rv J~i o asewives INFORMATION ./_ _ - r ? ' j ?-*? *? FOR PARENTS w ?IM, you please tell me why mv tlttei glrl, six hM old ls so Woli-bohaved whon alone f t.vhoiM.. ?lth-mp^? and when 1 tako hor out or >*avV?m1THi-__'? " callod a wlld chlldV A MOTHHK. No Btrango thing has happened to yRP t&l$2_^_^_hSw' and Its followor, bttshfUlndBS, coup ed wlth tho desire to snow off" common to fullon hunmnlty, dlsposo your llttle on ? ? joso tho bnlnncc of her wlts when ln tho prMonep.df CoWparauve Btrangors. Tho chlld who conducls horse f os woll " ?ompnny as at homo ls as often bcoii (and no oftenor) Ui the mari or woman who behavos exactly the name al home and In soolety. Hor Bplrits aro IlUllered and got tho botter of'her. Stlll. sho ls old eiiough to comnrobond that she must ooej you when you tell hor to bo qulot und "?o?P?ot/,yl_y'10f,_.wltS your frlonds and wlth vlsltors. Punlsh hor whoif she fansto H- thlH?jilwavs ln tho ur vacy of your horne. of course. ?...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

"LOVEY MARY" AND MRS. WIGGS. "AGK03TSCISM"==="VER0NICA." ?Life of ttear-Admlr al John Randolph Tucker"?"Tho; Mystery of Sleep." "The Witchery of Sleep"?"Le Gondrc de M. Poirier"?"An Anthology of Russlan Literature";? "New Boy nt Dale." BOOKS AND AUTHOKS, COMMENT AND GOSSIP "Some Truths of Hlstory"?"Thn Ordor of tho Prophot"?"How to Sesfcuro." Tho Six Best Selling Books?Mrs.' Tylcr's Novol of "Tho Pnco That Kllls"?"Tho Whlte wnshlug of Benodlct ,- Arnold" - "A Glrl of Vlrglnla." VERONICA.. By Martin W Austin. Publlahed by Doublodu... Pago niul | Co., of New York. nnd for snje by tho . Bell Book nnd Stationery Co. 31.50. ? "Veronlca," ono o,f tho earllest of tho spring season publloatlons, Is n book whloh is decldedly out of tho common. It la emphatlcally tho history of a wo? man's llfo, and but llttlo elso is takon lnto account in its mako-up, tho mascu Une ole-nent belng Introduced ln rather n skotchy and' undellnod mannoV. .Veronlca la a Southorn glrl, born pre sumably on a Loulsla...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

GALLANT PELHAM A Sketch of the Heroic Boy Artlllerist. CAPT. M'CABE'S TRIBUTE rV hy Was t That Thirteen Stars Were Placed Upon the Confederate Flag? Anecdotes and Incldents of the War, Etc So far ia I know no sketch hia yet 'eeen wrltten of "the gallant Pelharn" the name by whlch Lee made hlm lm tnortal ln his ofllclal dispatch os to the battlo of -fredericksburg (Dec 13. 1862). John Pelham waa born ln Calhoun county, Alabamar and waa a lad at tho United States Milltary Academy, West Point, when the war began. He resigned from the academy ln. Aprll, "61, and at once offered hls servlces to the .Confed? erate Governmc-it at Montgomery. He was lmmedlately commlssloned first lleu fcj._~.nt of artlllery and ordered to Lynch? burg, Va., aa Ordnance otllcer. Ho was aeen sent to drlll Albertus'"" battery, and handled the battery so gkllfuUy that Gen 'cral Stuart ("Jeb") secured for hlm per? mlsslon to recrutt a battery of horse ar? tlllery to be Attached to the cavalry. Tbls was speedlly d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

)OOOOC***_tOCOC*?OCXXXX^^ ! _.__s~THK: -- STORY TELLING MACHINE Meeting the Story Telling Machine Face Jo Face, the Children, Hear an Improv ing - Conversation About Story Telling and Then There is Narrated the Tale of John, the Simpleton. BY JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS. (Copyrlghted, 1903, by S. S. McClure Co.) III. . \ /OU RKMBMBBR when you ? i \ / flrst saw me," remarked Wally \' Wanderoon, (ns he and tho I youngstera walked along to together, "I was hunting for the Good Old Tlmes wo used to have. No doubt you wanted to laugh when I told you what 1 wns dolng. 1 have been voutag mvself, and I know how young people feel toward old peoplo, especlally old people who aro strongorp to thom. Now, lf you were to hear your grand fathor telling about the Mexlcan War you ?would not think lt strange; In fact, you ?would ask hlm to. repeat all ha knew about lt; and n-fter a whlle ho would get in the hablt of lt. Then, possibly, you ?would grow tlred of lt, ond the time would come that one of you wou...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

ITS WIRES NOW GOVER THE EARTH News Gathering Plan of \ Tlmes-Dlspatch. NEWS RECEIVED IN THE OFFICE Both Llnes Are Installed. ln The Bulldlng. DIRECT COMJVtU NIGATION WITH EVERY SECTION The Western Unlon and Postal Telo graph Companies, Whose Wlre9 Radiate Over the Land and Through tho Oceans. Placo Represenatives in Charg. A , Thorough Arrangement Pcrfected. By vlrtue of arrangements effected wlth fcotli telegraph companies, the Tlimea pispatch haa added to ita equlpment fa ?Ultiea for a news servlco, thorough and Bompleto in every detall?eueh ft servlco as ls not excelled by that Of any other newspaper ln the oountry, From tho ofllce of The Tlmea-Diapatch now radiate wlres whlch glve lt com munlcatlon with evory point In tho United Btates and ln faot, through tb* Asso? clated Press, wlth many places the world over. The messenger servlce, whlch up - to thla time, has prevalled In tbe lqcal bewspaper fleld, haa beon abandonod and tclegrama aro sent and rocelved dlrectly from tho Time...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

-_K-r: Fatty " Mixed Those Chlldren Up" and Pooled the Fljgp.. Boys Perclvat Flipp, the worst of the four, teases Fatty's baby brother. ??""??? ??),-? ' u ?"? Percivai tries it.again with a.Uttle more spite.. Fattyfs equal to the occasion. anrJ Aresses Tatters in the baby's clothesr Tatters rises to the occasion, and gets a bite! And removing the baby, puts Tatters where he will do the most good* Percy gets brotherly sympathy-?I don't think 1' Muggsy Spbifls a Seapsliot and Prevemits. a Dlvorce Sult Mr. Gayboy, who doesn't object to a little flirtation.? ??" " I I I ? I, II. I I '. ' ' '" Proaimityjojf^ Mulligan dojng his.duty. ??? I ....... . ? . ??,-. ?????-. ???? .~u?fll Is just about to be made the victim of a couple of blackmailers? ^ .Ex$anations clear Muggsy, and Mullfgan is magnanimous C$5. worth). When something happens. with Muggsy within suspicious Mr-.Gayboy pours his gratitude on J$ugg$y (alsq $5,wortf0.

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. — 10 March 1903

THE mfkmMVMM I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,185._ IlICHMONp, VA? TUiSDAY, MARCH 10, 1908, "PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WAflHINOTON, Mnrch 9.?ForccABl'for TiioMhiy and WednoBday:. Vlrglnla-Fulr In north, riiltt Iti BotUl portlon Tut'Hda.vi WodiioRduy rijln, rroan norlheiiHt wlnds, boeoniHg. fioMnnaal. North Carfilliln-Riiln 'I'uoBdny an 1 Wed? nesday, llght to fresh southeaBl wlnds. Yostorday. though tho "kles wote over caBt, wub a plousanl day. 'Ihe Wi?t toiiipornturc i-ecorflcd wuh-CS, ttut- atter nlKhtfall the mereury fell some ten do isrers. Raln Ih predlcted for to-day. 8TATW OF TIU^rTltflRMOMETWR. f a. m.k n M.]V, 8 P. M. $ 6 P. M.???????'. & ? P. M 12 mid'rtlgYit .''.'';_; Avorago ..-l!.,>?,...M&'5 Hlghosl temporaturo yostorday. ?S Lowcat tr-rnponiturc yeHt.onlay. r; Mean t.empernluro yoHtcrdny.... i. Norinnl tomperature tpr March.. w l>partiirf from normal temppriuurc. li I'rcclpltmloii during past 21. hours... .01 .' 'm.niaturealmanac.o ^ Rimrises.?...

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. — 10 March 1903

I" ???'??' ? . mark, and apont ItsetC by burylng deeply Into tl?6 wall of tho parlor. Whlle: Iho gun wna, belchlng foith ita -?atli-doaJlng bullets In rosponse to tho tenslon Upon tha trlggor, Ml.is Morris wounded nfiil holpless, attracted the at? tentlon of htfr slstor by hor screaming nppeals. She called upon tho Lord tn saVe hed and boeoltght Bandrldgo to coaso. The slBtor. Bertle, was qulok to roallze the purport of tho soroatns and shols rrom tho parlor, and In turn awoko the house by her crtos. Mr. Cook, who had long/einco rotlred for tho nlght, rushed from tho room and toward the pn.rlor. Ho advanced suf flolently far down the steps to seo San? drldgo, who had left the parlor, tbo bcoiio of hls carnago. nnd entorcd tho ball. Dellberately and wlth unorring caloula Uon, tho man turned tho yet Binoklng ro volvor upon hlmself and flrod twlco ln sucoesBloh. Tho balls cntorod hls body nbout an Inch apart, penotratlng tho lungs, but thb injuries -wero not so Immedlatoly serl otta aa...

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