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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

Sale of Satchels and Bags Slightly Soiled, at Half Price. 75 Satchels and Bugs* of all kinds, slightly soiled and shop? worn, to bo sold at a groat sacrifice. TALK FULL OF INTEREST Lecture by Miss Susan Blow on the Kindergarten. IMPORTANCE OF SUBJECT An' Attentive Audience Heard Her DJsVcourse, which Was Pronounced One of the Most Brilliant Hoard In Years. ltetoro a large and lappreclalko audltnco lost nlfilTl at the Woman's Club, X which sho was presented by Governor Montag'uo, Mlkb Bunan 'Blow, ono of the most distinguished educators In tho country, dellverd, .under tho auspices of tho (Richmond Education Association, a locturo pronounced by those who hoard tt (.0 be tlid finest and most scholarly ot Its' kind over heard In Richmond. Miss Blow |s a native of Norfolk, Va., but many years of hor life wore .spent In St. Louis, where -she wna Instrumental In Introducing' into the public school- the kindergarten Bysstem. More recently "he Im» been traveling over Iho country 'doHverlng ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch. Ijbllitirt Dally and Weekly nt No. 4 Nerth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. BrtUrtd January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va.i lift Second-Class Matter, under Aot of con« arm of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES'DiSPAT6H Is 661 d •t 2 cents a copy. | Tha SUNDAY TIMEB-DISPATCH Is •old at 5 cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mull— 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 tor •Ik monthi, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES.DISPATCH by mnll, . 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln« eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. „, . All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. . Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Offlco at T. A. MILLER'S, No. oi9 East Broad Street. THURSDAY. MARCH 20, IDO3, THE! MAN TO WIN. Senator Cat-made, of Tennessee, tnltss the position that no man should bo nominated by the Democratic party for tho presidency ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

STUART'SMEN TO ASK CITY SI O,OOO for Monumont to the Cavalier Hero. CITY'S PLEDGE Of 1864 Revived In Support of Weighty Petition of Taxpayers to Be Presented at the Council's Next Meeting. Greatly oticouragod by tho patrlotlo and )»r«U-approvod action of tho legislature In granting a slto in Caj?ltot Square and $10,000 for tho purpose of erecting an equestrian Htatuo of Q'eneral J. 13. B. fltuart, C. S. A., as a monument to himself and tho pocrloss young cavalrymen that rollowod ' lilm through tho tragic days of tho Confederate war, tho Veteran Cavalry Association, a/n. V., aro about to,' try to bring their long labors almost to an end, by securing an equal appropriation In money from tho city, which tho monumont will go to beautify and glorify, In the Immediate defense of 'which the gallant and IndlspoiiHuble 0-en-, oral gave up Ills llfu. To that end, tho following 'petition has been prepared and It? being circulated for slgnuturoa! ''To the Honorable, tho City Council: "Gentlemen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

c Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia, NAVY-YARD AWARD CASE Government Contends Award for Extra Land Is Excessive. IN THE FEDERAL COURT Judge Waddlll Will Hand Down His Opinion In the Case To-Day— The Property Is On the Southern Branch of Elizabeth River. (Bp*clll to Tb* Tlnioi-Wwntt'li.) NOHFOUC, VA., Maroh 25.— Judge Waddlll Is expootod to open tho United States Dhtriot Court horo to-morrow. One of the ooaos ponding before him, and on which ho will dellvor an opinion tomorrow, 1« the award for tho land whion th* government wishes for tha extension^ of the navy-yard. The award by comtnUwtonera waa *572.000 for 272 acres. TW rovernment contends that that Is excessive, sad aaka for a Jury to reappraise tha value of the land. Judge Waddlll Is to deolde whetter or not to grant theprayers. The land' ls on deep water, hayInr a groat proportion of frontage, and fi considered valuable. It is on the southern branch of the Elizabeth River,, and adjoins the navy-y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION Mapped Out In North and South Carolina and Georgia PROMINENT MEN TO SPEAK Effort* Will Ba Made to Awaken In the Counties Interest In Local Taxation j for School Improvement and In Consolidation of Districts. (Special to Tbo Tlmea-nUnatch.) J AALiEIGH, N. C, March 26.— Governor Aycook, State Superintendent of Publio Instruction J, Y. Joynor, and Dr. Charles D. McM'or, constituting the Executive Commlttoe of the North Carolina Educational Association, co-operating with the Southern Educational Board, held a conference to-day mgordlng the proposed educational campaign for tho coming summer and fall. < Thoy have prepared a circular letter to all county superintendents, asking for Information as to sentiment in tholr counties as to local taxation, consolidation of school districts, and Improvement of school houses. Tho special purpose Is to ascertain tho best localities for concentrating agitation on these subjects tcs* the best advantage. As soon as this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

8 _[gimi f i \W rll i v j For Infants nndCMHren, rASTORii I Kind You Have lilllEi^i_a*l I Always Bought I ASfcgclable Pr cpntalionfor As - m m almUallnglhcßwdandßcduln- :| T> rtrt^- i.v« I ting theStomaclis andßowels or | JpQarS Xllo JL > 1 Promotes Digcalion,Chccrrul- [I /tfUT nessandltestContalnsnelltep || n f A Jf iff Opium.Morphine nor>lincral. ;| Wl U /I\\V Wot narcotic. ;| Mi \ur ,j*tJxofOUI)rSAMVELPITCIIKIi "J 1 \r\ yflx.Sm»n * M\ Mf\ I Anise W I A . H^l 111 jkf,*mu»t-, m ft I Jl 1 111 i/ijr use Aperfeciflemody forConslipa- II | If www 'Tlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea II \kf Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- ill Eg Lni* II II OK jicss and LOSS OF SLEEP. ■ \j* IU I UV U I Facsimile Signature of ,||| g . GiL>t#h&toc li in i ft v Yparc XEW-YORK. || 11111 IJf I.OCllw ,i, i( | THC OtNT»UB COMPANY. HKWYOHH OtTV. THE HOWITZERS TO HOLD AN ELECTION : will Choose a Successor to Lieutenant John W. Booker. The New Orleans Trip, Tho Rlohmo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

IT CUTS OUT GOOD MEN Bill Relating to School Superintendents Very Unpopular. GOVERNOR HAS IT NOW Ho Has Until To- Morrow to Consider It— His Veto Would dive Satisfaction to Many— May Ba Unconstitutional. No superintendent of tho Virginia echools who has written ft book or who lias Invented any school appliance can bo a member of tho Sti'rto Board of Education, 'says ii bill which la now on tho Governor's doifk for his approvul or illsapproval, having pnsHed both branches of tho General AsHcmbly. . The school BUPorlntondontH of tho Ktato ara naturally up In arms ugnlnst the bill. Ono Is reported uk Baying that It dlscourapos Kcholarshlp nnd tho natural uso of the ability of the SUUo superintendents and jiUta a premium on Ignorance. Tho new Constitution provides that tlio Board ot Education Hhall hawe among Its members two Btnto Hohool superintendents. Tho bill Becks to eliminate from the eligible:* all Ihoso who at any tlmo /In their lives havo wrltton a nohool book, a map, chart, np...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

PRICES GO DOWNWARD - Unsteady. Stand Made During Early Hours of Dealing. ft Y. CENTRAL AND PA. These Were the Only Stocks that Showed Any Strength— Prlcos Broke Sharply and Closed at Lowest of Day— Bear Leaders Up. (rty Awoclntod l'rc«».) NI2W YORK, March 25.— Tho etociC market mado nJi unsteady stand against reaction foe a tlmo to-day, but beforo tho closing discouragement hnd apparently overcome tho speculative mind again and prices broko sharply to tho lowest of the day. There wore Indications of on organised bear leadership on tho decline. Early resistance to reaction was sustained principally by Pennsylvania nnd Now york Central. No other cause was apparent for tills but the publication of revived assertions that the control of New York Central waa virtually lodged n the hands friendly to tho Pennsylvania interest. This assertion was met with ollloU.l denials of varying emphasis, but, nevertheless, tho price of. Uiese two stocks rose about a point over last night. This was afte...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 March 1903

DUE MINIMUM /> _L fi^ WORD. OMhlnAdvinM »" * Help wanted-female. WANTED, LADIES ON CHURCH HtLL to fctart among their friends Hotnethlni brand new that pays well; costs noth> In*; wnlendld chance. Addrosa LIBRARY, cara thlß office, [WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECKwoar from sample; experlenee not neccs* nary; steady work; good pay. Bend seifaddreiaed stamped^ •JJv«LV c*»,e *», I PJ JA J i IMFO. CO.. 608 West 18Sd Bt, New Tork. Bituationß wanted— femalh. [Wanted, by a young "lady of several years' experience, position as book-ke«per, head or asslßtant v b«rt of referencea. Addresi B, li., cara thl_ of* flee, ■ [WANTED. AT ONCE. ' POSITION BT an experienced lady atenographer, With good reforenccß. Address Miss J., car* this office. " 1/ADY OF EXPERIENCH DESIRES poftltton during summor months or by fall; teaoher of English, Mnthomatlcs, Fronch, Calisthenics. Piano, BnnJo, GuJtar and Fancy Work. Address CABLE, Carrollton, Va. ________ .WANTED, A POSITION AS COMPANlon to ...

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

Miller & Rhoads. P. p CORSETS, $1.50 Very pretty Summer Girdles, made of fancy tiiorceriaocl tape— gives the corset a silky appearance. French Clasps, 10 1-2 Inches long, wltb tubs for attaching hoso supporters. There's a finish about these Corsets that will appeal to every Wbtoian who desires n first-class article Tho cork-protected clasp being one feature that will insure ease ntid comfort — $1.50. Hand-Made Iris Samples that we purchased In Now York, When an Importer selects the Curtains he duties to order for the coming season bo's glad to got rid of his rfiu&, */&L<*^' Social and SPersonq/ rJeutenant-Goneml C. Trvtna Walker, of South Carolina, commanding tlio Army cif the Northern 1 Virginia- Department of T.'nlted Confederate Veterans, has aj>ipolntod as sponsor of his department ]ii the approaching reunion at New Orleans, !M!ss EUe Maury Worth, of Richmond, the jjaughtor of Mr. and Mrs. James n. (Verth, and Oio grandda...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

- • '••'■ Pages ■ : ' Tlf E 1 ft'Ktfes. V&UU DUD W) , , „ THE DISPATCH.' pJUNDJiP 1# SUMMARY prUY'S NEWS f ■• ' - ' jTHf .WEATHER. ■• ' ; ■;•/ '• WASHINGTON, Ar.-troli !iß.— B*or©«Mi«t for Sunday and iSfortfa'y. ../yirilnla-F.ftlr and colder tftundity-.Mon-day Increasing qlollcHncsss' fresh northwest to north 'wlndw.' ■•'?' v ' -Notth Cai/al.lnii-Cloudy.jWlth .rain and not, BO' warm Sunday; Monday fair, except ntin<on tllo coasu-frestviiortu'to nditheast wlnfie. . ■ „ .-. .. „ A- fair .'• 'Sunday.ls : prcdtcM by the wiialher'people,' In -keeping with tlia'benutlTul'wtfithor'of llvo ipael'.tew day?. The tompemtiiro.-yest.ei'.day;: was. for ,tlie moat part-, pleasant, ■ although the .mercury ,In tlio 'wartriost portion, of the day reached roMontyslx.,' It had, sunk to ,62 by ralili night. Colder la predicted' lo : day. ' si'TATE OF Til 13 THERMOMETER. »-A. M. ...: ■■ ••••• /■■■<* U -m.' 1 ./..-.. ;....;■..••... -■■"•" •••?»■• BV-. M. .:... ' ••••• '" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

• («v«n Is washing badly, *>"<! '!•« crevnacfl Ik pnid to be w*r 300 .■foet In width, but It l<t hop&Mn nrrest the MiimbllnH "a soon tMt Irifettttifo «n begin -wicktiiß. Olio hunrtrM thousand foot of liimbor nnd r.n.W"J ».nri(M wiMit Id U"> Ki'fno onrly h>' bars*. donora! Mnnnjter TJioi-nr>, ot the 'Ox (is v'Btid I'adflii Hnllwny. fenchr-d there early this morning, following expert brldpo v tnngflNiiul carpenters, whom he. had ot- : n>fM ia fireittdo him. Ml', Thome px« prnssed the apltifen that tho wrenk t;nn t*s mßtifled. ■The nio of bveHiowwl tnnd *aa lni'gely Increased th-dnV. tff< Ur"« or Block havo been lost,, however, Tor thoro was nmplo wnrnlnff and the witter spread Mowly. TQAI^FIC StTSI'ENDHI). Tn-dny tho Toxns nhti Tneinc. wax -' forced to suspend tmnie over its own Una In tile vicinity ot the brftak. HtJttWer, frolsht nnd through Irnlns nrn boliiß operated ovi>r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE ON CURRENT TOPICS. THE SLAVE TRADE Statistics With Respect to the Importation of Nlcgroes to This Country, fl'illnr of Thn Tlmes-nldpntnh! ■ Blr, — I. submit below a tablo of stntJstlcH. to wttluh I wrlto. I rcttlliso that tho destiny of thft negro as a civil and polltlcul factor In tho United Blatojj Is now reaching a crisis, .nml In so far as It may bo afi'ectnd by tho flat of man, every nch'itlllh of truth rthould bo brought to light. This table wns revealed on tho Hour of tho United States Sonnto under the following circumstances! Senator Smith, of South Carolina, In a . (mooch In tho Senate on tho Missouri compromise In" 1820, paid his compliments to Hhodo lfilnnd for having been nllter '„ n«ain«t slrive-holdora (,'enerally, "Thin. however, ho bollnved, nould not bo Iho lumper or opinion of tho majority of tho tieoplo In Mint State, from the Into «'loctlon of Mr, .lunies lie Wolfe as a member of tho Somite. n« ho linil (Vccnmulatnd pn Immense fortune by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

LIQUOR BILL IN THE HOUSE Mr. E. C. Folkes Cots Meas ure Referred. , SHORT AND SHARP BATTLE rily Two Hours to Be Given For Argument—Judge Robertson and Judge Mann May Appear— Mr. Boa 2 .Makes Fight Against Reference. The Bonate was not In session yesterday. The HouSe held a brief session, and betides disposing °f -Its calondar, on which appeared some local, bills, decided, after something of a- fight, to rnfer the general revenue measure to tho Finance Commlttea. The Mann liquor amendment was tne cause of the light, and' Mr. Folk* led tho : battle for reference and won. on the ground that some parties desired to bo heard. Mr. Boaz, chairman of the Fl,,ance Committee, sought to h *« .the . bU «iflrod imon the calendar without reierfnr hpa.rln(rs. Tho committee will meet ai a"o*clock ff on . to-mprFow und will l report ' the bill to the House at noon on the. same day' The flght. though short prom sob to The House was called to order at noon j,y Speaker Ryan, and prayer w*« offered by R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

WOMEN HATE CATARRH-CATARRH DESTROYS BEAUTYCATARRH UNDERMINES HEALTH-CATARRH RUINS NERVES. Catarrh Always a Dangerous Disease. 1 Ml«s Elizabeth Brown, 708 John ' Street, Baltimore, Md., Is a school teacher of that place. She found Peruna of benefit to her as a tonic, and In a recent letter ■ays: 'Two years ago when my school olosed I -was so faggod out that I could not sleep nights. Sleeplessness whs a most serious trouble to me. and r fnlt I ought to go away and have complete rest, which I could jll afford. "O;ig of the tnachors told trie that sho hnd used Peruna for two years nnd hud found ,lt a wonderful tonic to build up tho system, and bo I -bought some. A Complete ' change for tho bettor took place 'within ten days. I could cat and sleep .and felt like a now woman. When school opened ngnln I felt well and strong and well able to tako up my work."—Elieaheth Brown. Mrs. Nolllo Gavins, 142 East 67th. St, Now York, writes: "I havo had tho bost of results from the uso of Peruna for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

SPRING IN THE MARKET tw Veijet&blos Coming In but Slowly. MANY FLOWERS THERE Violets, Hyacinths and Lilies ara Much In Evidence— Prospect for an Excellent Spring Trad 6. Springtime Ib advancing but slowly upon the markets' of tho city. For some reason unkliown receipts of early vegotdbles aro verjnfeht, nnd up to this time stalls aro rathdr baro ahd unsatisfactory, comparatively speaking, There appears, howoveri to bo an excellent prospoet for a fine spring trado when the season opens up properly. Probably the ohlofly notable and attractive featuro of tho markets at this time Is tho great variety of beautiful ' flowers, which Is beginning to brighten tip the stands. Tho ' warm breath . of spring has- tempted bdus upon tree and bush, to open tholr potnls to tho sun, and the choicest products of tha field aro now finding tholr way Into tho markets. Tall and stately lilies calls to mind Eastor, Which Is not far off. Hyacinths of'- varied slzo, and hue, whlto violets and pln...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

fSINESSIN ANCHESTER * Crowded Hull Street and Animated Scenes, In Stores. iIROF GREAT PROSPERITY , ... ire Light Set Fire to Tree— Funeral of 'Mr. Lyle— Olympla Olub'i Ba*aar, i Elks Meet To-Morrow Night. Mlm Ba/rd'» Extremo HlneM. , i^nche.ter.Bu^a^T.^DjßpaUhl , JHull Street presented a busy scene list night The stores were crowded and 'toping i thriving ' business, and It wae bard tfc Pick ono's way through the crowds on the street, , -"This Is an Indication of Manchester s DrogreM." said a prominent merchant, in commenting on the condition of thing* "The people are beginning to flnd thatthey can get at homo here what they fcav* been accustomed to go to Richmond 'She sharp wind and the great clouds B fdu." however, Interfered very much „!*lth the pleasure of a promenade on the '*//'*?'•■■ . 'bthjl alarm. ' \> ; 'i still alarm was turned In 1 from Tenth «nd Balnbrldge Streets yesterday, evening Chlbf Crookß went to the scene ■ »nd i found that an arc light, wire had ' (g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

KIL OPTIONS IN AUGUSTA Prable Activity-Pros-ig Near StokesvlllOj ROAD TO THEGREENBRIER rxtenslon of Chesapeake and Western Will Open Up a Valuable Undeveloped Territory and Will Bring Trade to the Valley Clttes. (Special to rh« Tlmel-DUpatch.) . SI?AUNTON, VA., March X.— The oil excitement Has boen Btarted up again in the northwestern part ot this county near Stokesvlllo, the bermlnus of the Chesapeake and 'Western Railroad, a now road recently 'constructed from Elkton, In Kocklnghnm county, by the' way of Harrlsonburg, to Stokosvlllo. Last year Mr. J. T. Llg-htnor, a prominent man of tho Stolcesvllle neighborhood, and who represents a firm of. Northern capitalists, was taking options on all the land In that section that It was possible for him to obtain. It Is olalmed by a number ,of experts sont hero by different parties that the Indications of oil In this section are brighter than In any part of. the State. It waa generally understood when tho dlfDorent parties wore manipulating ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

RURAL FREE DELIVERY -~ - Virginia Well Up In List of States in Number of Routes ISSUES OF NEXT CAMPAIGN Tariff Reform Will Be a Ohlef On«-8an-ator Morgan Sayi It Doesn't Mat* |«rWh.<W Oxidate Wa. Bolter or Nat Tho Tlmes-Dlspatoh Bureau; No, 1417 a Street, N. W., Washington, D. 0., Maroh 28. "Virginia stands well Up In the lint of States In the matter of rural free delivery routes," said an offlotal of the Postoflleb Department to-day. "me Virginia people appear to havo taken well to tho • system from the flrati and I do not racall that more than one or two routed established have ever been discontinued. (y New routes aro bolng; established In the every day. Tou know there are already moro postofflces In Virginia than In any other Stato of the Union except Pennsylvania," f It was impossible to learn the exact 'number of rural free delivery routed In Virginia. It was stated that thero were moro In the Fifth District than In any other, thoiigh tho Ninth Is close after tiio F...

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