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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. Por the Son ahd Daughter who Need to KriOW. For the Buslness rtan Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours Hlstory-maklrifr Evcnts in All Llne* ol Actlvlty. Brlalt Clusslfled, Completc, to Date. A Ready Refercnco Encyclopedla. jtmorican Jtffairs. BRYAN RAP8 OLD ENEMltiS, XV, 3. Bryan during tho weok has made two /wldoly quotcd attacks one on cx Prosidofit Clovoland, the other on ox Bonator Hlll, of Now York; Bpoaklng at Tolod'o," Ohlol Mr.'Bryan sald, ho thought Hlll wns tosslng a penny to seo whethcr ho or Jiidgo Parker would;run ln 1?(H, but that-tho penny had beOn tossed so many tlmoa that Hlll dldn't know whlch slde'/waa head and whloh was ta.lt. ^ Befor6 tho Mlchlgan Domocratio Con verttjkm dt Dotrolt Tuesday Mr. Bryan riuofcd McICInlcy's rcmark about Clovc |an<rs trying to ;mako money tho maa toriwd sald ho was glad ho ? had holped to.lrlvo Mr. Clovoland outof tho Demo criillo pnrty, Mr. Bryan remlndcd . tho < coJvo...

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. — 15 March 1903

c Mid-Lent, or Mi-Careme, as it Is often called, falls this year on Thursday, March 19th, the following being tho ?Mid Lent Sunday, anciently called "Dominica . refectlonls,", or reflection Sunday, from tho fact of the first le.-son being an ac? count of the banquet given by Josoph to his brethren, and the gospol of the day being the miraculous feeding of tlio five thousand. In England It was also formerly called Mothering Sunday, from tho custom of communicants visiting the mother, or Cathedral Church, on that.day, to make their Easter offering. Many Americans crops tho Atlantic for the sake ot witnessing tho Ml-Cnrome festival at Nico, a lovely pngeant in which thoro is a floral parade and ? battle royal of roses and other choice nnd fragrant blossoms. Mi-Careme is being celebrated of late In the American Nico, only the latter is called Palm Beach, nnd violets and or? ange blossoms are more In evidence than roses at this season. Tho opportunity Is offered by tho festival for relax...

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. — 15 March 1903

v? ^Conllnuod From filxlh Pnge.) tlng and sovernl of hls famliy, Mr, and Mrs. Wllliam A. Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. Jtoberl C, Ogtlen. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gull laudou, Mr. Wllllnm H. Baldwln, 3t? Mr, Hnd Mrs. Rlclmrd Watson Glldor, Edltor of "Tho Contury;" Mr. George Foster Peabody, Dr. ntld Mrs. Albort Shaw, edi lor of tho "Hovlow of RcvIowb;" Mr. ahd Mrs. AValtor Pago, cdltor of "World's Work;" Dr. Wllliam J. Sehlefflin, Mr. V, Evorott Macy, Dr. Follx Adlor, professor, Columbia Univoralty; Dr. Nlcholas Mur* ray Butlor, preflldent of Coltimbln Unl? vorslty, all of Now Tork clty, Mr. B. JI. Edmunds, , suporlntendent of clty ?chools of Surritor, 8. .', Mr. J. A. Game well, of Woftotd Collogo, Bpartnnburg, 8. C; Mr. Robert Garrott, of Baltlmore; Mr."J. W, Jpnklns, southern odltor ot Tho Baltlmore Sun; Dr, Rlchard Mcll walno, presldent of Hampdcn-Sldney Col? lege; Mr, George C. Round, of tho School Board of Manassns, Va,; Mr, G'ooigo 13/ Harr, cdltor of "Tho Watchmnn," BoBton; Mlss Marlan Lawron...

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. — 15 March 1903

MANSFIELD INJORFOLK Socloty's Edlct Went Forth That All Should Attend. THEEVENT OF THE WEEK k Post-nuptial Receptlon Wds'.Tetider ed by Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrris Plncus to Mr. and Mrs. Phlllip Wn.ch.tel On Wednesday. (Spcclnl to The Tlmos-DlspntchO NORFOLK. March 14.?Society took n nlght off thls week for the oxpenslvo dl vorslon of Mansflold. It was ono of tho odlets of the soclal communlty that ovory body should go to tho Mansflold porform? ance. Many of tho mombers of socloty hato Mansfleld, somo of them don't aS fect Shakespearo; very few of tho bolder mombers caro for Jullus Cacsar, much loss for Brutus, who was too noblo for llfo on the stago.' But the odlct had gone forth that society was expocted, and con sequently, society was thero on tho nlght whon Mansflold played Jullus Caosnr here, The reasons that society took that nlght oft from tho duty of observing Lent may be varlous, but they wore sufllclcnt. Acldulous old malds nnd crusty bachelors have unltod to sneer at the.roasons ...

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. — 15 March 1903

PEOPLE OUT INBRISTOL Interestlng Items Gathered in Clty of the Southwest, KING COLLEGE SOCIETY The; Phllolhesmlan Llterary Soclety of Klng College Celebrated Ita Thlr-ty slxth Anniversary Wlth a Pub . lic Entertalnment. (Speclal to Tbo TlmoH-Dlnputoh.) ?RlSTOL, VA., March 14.?Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Leonard, who wore about to leavo Bristol for Washlngton Court house, Ohlo, Uavo concluded arrango mehtB to rotnaln hore, to the dellght ot tholr frlends. Vr. nnd Mrs. B. P.1 Wood, Who had re Dlded ln BrUtol for severul years, left' this week for Loh Angeles, Cal., where Uioy wlll resldo wlth the hope or Improv Ing Mra*. Wood's health. Dr. Wood haa been offered tho profeasorahlp of. chem latry and toxleology ln thc Puclllc Hchool of Oateopathy at Los Angeles. Senator J. Cloyd Byars, of the Vlrglnla Legislature, spent n part of the week ln Brlatol -on privato business. Senator Byars 1? qulto popular wlth hls constlt uents, who know hlm as a consclentlous p'nd brllllant young reprosentatlv...

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. — 15 March 1903

Queries _--.... ?> n rwv< v>-?*M-iry*a%*i.-i<i<y.v^..~." '"r"' ??*******?! M Cast" or "Oasle." Cdltor of the Tlmes-Dlspatch i fWhtch ls tho correct way to deslgnate ? company of players? Is lt "cast" or "caste?" I Would bo pleascd to hava your oplnlon, ***? B> Cast Is correcti "If Chlcago Were" To the Edltor of The Tlmcs-Dlspatch! Pleaso answer whethor tho verb used in the following sentence ls correct or not: "If Chlcago wero to hurn agaln. A READER. The uso ot tho subjunctlve, as glven, Is correct. . Warts on Scalp. Edltor of the Tlmcs-Dlspatch! Pleaso Ict mc know the. best remedy for removlng wnrts from tho scalp ahd obllge an . old subscrlber.' J. P. R. The best advlco wo can glvo you ls to consult your famlly physlclan, or olse leave tho warts alonc. Two Pastor's Narnes. How do Dr. Kcrr and Rabbl Calisch pronounce their nojncs? . ' Y. E. P. In one case the namo Is pronounced "Care;" In tho other "Kallsh"?the first syllable belng 60unded llko "cal" ln cal ontfa...

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. — 15 March 1903

THIRTEEN, STARS? Why That Number Upon the Confederate Flafl? -\ "MERRIMAC" ANDMON1TOR Some Fresh Detalls of a Much Dls. cu?sed Battle?Anecdotea of Lee. The Batallion of Local De fence Troops. To the Edllor of Tho Tltt>efi-*Dlf<p&lch: For the d'ates of the seccsslbn of the last three of the Confederato States, Mrs. M. Murdbck, of Fort Worth, Texas, nnd F. rtandblph Smlth, ot Hendcrson, North Canpllna, aro referred to the Cal endar of tho United Daughtera of tha Confederncy: Tennesseo seceded Jutlc, 24, lBGt. Mlssburl Boceded October 81, 1841. Keritucky seceded November W, 1*51. All of t))?) thlrteon Btales had reprcsen tatlon ln tlio Confederate Congfesa; all of thom fought for tho Confederato Causo. fcocauso threo of therti, Tennessee, Mls nourl and Kontueky. were occupled at nn early dato by tho encmy, and bo had rep fesontatlOn ln the Congress of the United States, and so had sbldlcrs. the tlme' sowers, the mefcenory, or the men who were drafted. In the Fodoral Army. wo ...

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. — 15 March 1903

CLOSE DULL ANDJASY Prlces Bld Up on Appoarance of Bank Statement. NO OUTSIDE RESPONSE Momentary Demand Was Soon Exhaus ted?Statement Conformed Closely to Expectatlons?Bonds Moved ln Sympathy Wlth Stocks. (By Assoclnted PreBs.1 ?,??i, NEW YORK, March 14,-Tho stock markot Walted for thc appoarance of he bank statement to-day to anpy^nny clearly deflned scntlment ^raderA on the floor bld Up prlces sinnrtly lmmodlateiy upon tho nppearanco ot the s.t?terao? but no responso was rocelved from .any outslde ciunrtcr, nnd tho market, closod dtil land ensy wlth tho monetary do mand cxhausted. ? ?__ . It was onlv by reduclng lonns to tno extent of over Jlb.000.000 und lcsscnlng the lega rcsorvo rcqulrcment in proportlon, that tho banks were ablo to provont n deep lnroad upnn tlio legal reserve. I hat iteni shows a surphis of barely a milllon ?tlll malntn.lned. Tlio statement con? formed pretty closely to expectatlons, as the e^MSBtlon of thc calllng of loans by the Sb during tho lattcr part of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

...LLETTEtfS FROM THB PBOPLE. Mr. Llght Ttilks Back. ,To tho Edltor. of Tlnios-Dlsnulehl blr,?Klndly nllow mo to ncknowlbdgo the-ctitirteotm"'Mltoutlin glvnn my flr tlclo ln Iho Advoeato by tlie Onlrnl Prcsbylorliiii, us fjuoled ln your liwib of L'Gth ult. ? ? Whother my nrilcln mny bo.coiislruod man "atluck" upon Iho liiBlll'tillons re? ferred to, or wlinlhor ,1 u.m "mlBliiUcn" or oven ''unfortnnnta" wlll! flnpeml on ' tlreiy on tho view-polnl of tho wrller and tho rouder. ?'?' Tliatl havo 'drnwii on mypelf "a hot flro"is qulto ovldont, but nn Ihe bnttorlcfl uso only blunk curtrldgc-i,. no damngo whatover l? dono, Tho dctonatlnns mny bo awo-lnsplrlng, but rnore sound lo nov . er very dentruellve, 1 noed not rctnlnd my orudlto frlends ?f the Unlverslty und thc' Central offlco. thM-tho flrst meanlng of Ihe word "sec ? tariaii" is "pcrtullg lo' a necl." And "ecct" In tho senso whlch 1 use lt ls a rellglous dcnomlnntlon. And' ln nll my tlso of the word' "Beclarlan" 1 hnvo had end shall...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

A Few Winks of The Store Th&t Aids You in Many Possible Helps. $2.00 A DOZEN LINEN TOWELS. extra welght nnd full slze, for 10c. Maln Floor. BOYS' SAILO'R SU1TS, that nre or dlnarlly sold for $6.75, nges 3 to 8 years, for S3.AS. ' Second Floor. LADIES' S.EAM-' ;'J3SS BLACK HOSE, alt>sizcs, for 3c. In tlie Basemont. 75c BEST IR1SH LINEN, all . puro llnen grnss hleaehed and soft flnlsh.. for walsts, dress.es; etc. 42 Inches wldo, for 44c. Llnen Department. '45c. BEST-WHITE HABUTAI S I L K , full 23 Inches wldo, per yard, 25c. Sllk Department. fAncy GARTER ELAST1C, '20c. ruf fled kind. for 10c. Maln Floor. 1,200 YARDS LIN? EN CANVAS. tho best linlng canvna, sold for 12 1-2c, for 6 3-4c. MaJn Floor. IMPORTED V E L VET RIBBONS, nll vldths, bost fast edgo the No. 1 1-8 for 12 1-2c. a plece, and all the rest at pro portloned prico. Maln Floor. "'la'dies'taffeta SILK COATS. valuo prlco $10. nll slzes for $4.75. , Sllk Department. 45x36 P 7 L L O W CASES. mndo from heavy '? shaetlng, b...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

THREE SECTIONS Bfcpatrfy FORTY PAQES. THE THE T1ME8. FOUNDED Ijjffj I WHOLF NUMBER 16.190. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1003. PRICE FIvE CENTS. ?-? ? ? /?.: SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. ?WASHINGTON, Maroh tl.-ForocAst for Sunday and Mopday: Vlrglnla?Clo'tidy" Sunday, followed hy raln, not bo .wnrm ln lnterlor; llght to ? fresh norlhcast wlnds; Monday probably raln. / ? '? , ? ' North Carollnn-Raln Sunday and prob Bbly Monday; llght to(fro8h east wlnds.i "CJloudy to-day,' followed ,by raln." says tho woathbr prophet. Yoatorday tho ltoat was at tlmes opptesslve. bul thc predlctcd proclpltatlon failed to materlallzp. Thero ln llkolyto be a sllght fall .of ijie mcr-' ' cury to-day. ? > STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. ? A. M. ...'. 53 12 M.'..G< i F. M. ....I.'. ? 6.P. M.I.?.-?.?.01: H P. M..sV 12 mldnlght.."....'.'... 53^ Avorago .CQ',4 Highest tempcraturo yesterday. 72 Lowest tornporaturo yesterday. 41 J.feiin temi/oraturc yost'.cd.'iy..'.;.'.'?? Normal. lemporaturo for Marc...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

MlA'dlsflppeflred. Burdlck nnd hls dntigh rfer. Marloi). wero In her room nboitt 7..tn. n-rvey miked n.bmit the 'n"",f:"^.11,^l r\fr? Burdlck. Sho dld not f-oo Hudloit .ffin il.nt n.ftlit. hi.t henrd hlm talkhm SvUh hls -Mdcst daughter. whom <* %? irtod #|clit nnd went down statis. Sho j uTd no't loave. hor room ngnln h*t hlft ihftV pulllttg the chtldren to bed tt?ot fVM Sho got UP 1h? n?vt mornlng at her llflURl ho.il-, 7:ni>, wlthout holnR cnlW. lYont door wrtt open and the kit.fi en wlmlow wns dpm. nnd that she hnd called td Mr, BUrdlf.lt nnd got. no answer. Mra. Tlull nverred thnt ?ho hoard rjo volcol nfter nho went to bed; she dld no henr thc Murray glrl come n. or hear ho bell rlt.ff. When simwent o he do... nhe Pnld she opened ^f^ffl wftv. nno" called, "Ed. Ed, Ed." Shft.?a.W somethlng on the couch. It wa.dark ln Jl thero. She snw the Murray glrl ln tne xnnro. D,u- . ??l.fiicRlo. 1 'fmr thnt hall. nnd sald: Miiggi-.. * . somethlng htif* happened. I don i uaie go in hore...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

i$e Are ftow Ready for t/our Valued patronage. Spring Soocts Ttre J&ere fn Jlll Vhoir Sloauty. OPENING DISPLAYcf NEW DRESS GOODS. The first formal cxhibi.t of our unequallcd .Spring Stock of Silk and AVool', Dress Matcrials will oeeur to-morrow. Our lmyers thLs season. havo exertcd tliemselvcs to a rcmarknblc degrco iii ordor to bring these goods bofore the people of Richmond. ffieauteful ffilack WVross Soocis. These consisr. of Crepe Cloth, Etaminc, Mislraj, Mclrosc, "Granitc, Whipcord, Hopsaclcing, London Twinc, Crash Canvas, Scrgc, Vcnctian and Broadcloth Also a splendld llne of new Black Mohalr. from 25c. to $1.50 a yard. $1,00 quallty Canvas Klamines] 50 Inchcs wlde, for 75c, yard. Speclal 75c. Flgural Prunella Cloths . for 39c. yard. TJhe !Pretty and iPopular tS/ZAs. No grander or m6rc fashionablc assortment was cv-cr brought togcthcr than thc one which we are ahle lo show you this season. Just arrlved a large lot of Black Japarieso Sllks. They wlll all he sold at W nnd 50...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

DEADMAN ArTOINTED Democrats Ran Things in the North Carolina Leglslaturo. REPUBLICANS NOT IN IT When a Republlcan Member Introduced a Bill the Democratlc County Chnlrmnrt Wns Promptly Communicated With. (Speclnl to Tho Tlmea-Olsp-tteli.) RALEIGH, N. C. Mnrch 14.?lt devcl ops that the i*eeent Gcneral Assombly ap? polnted nt loast one dead man to oftlce. A. blll ' was passed pro'vtdlng" that tho LegHlaturo Instead of tho county commls aloners should tippolnt county school bonrds, tho blll Includlng boards ot threo (members for each county. It ls found thnt H. W. Douglnss, who dlod over elgh leen months ago, wns ono ot tho three appolnted for Yadkln county. This Is accountcd for by thc fpet that tho mem? bers of tho Assombly from Yadkln wero Rcpubllcans, and wero not thcrcforo con sulted in maklng appolntmonts. Tho sharp nnd yet- courtooua manner In whlch party Hnos wero drawn In tho recent Leglslaturo has been thc sourco ot much comment. Republienn members, ln tho eloslng hours of the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

wo ANY STATES USE AND PRAISE PE-RU-NA. THE TRIUMPHS OF PE-RUNA INCREASE Thousands of Chronic Ai/ments of Wo? men Cured Every Month?Disguised In ternal Catarrh the Bnemy of the Woman ?Pe*ru-na the Only Internal Systemic Catarrh Remedy. Yet De\ised?Promlnent Cases in iilustration. [For the varlous forms of Catarrh to whlch the female Is especlally subject, Peruna Is an absolute specific.? m Medlcal Talk.] MRS E, VON STIENATJ, No. 332 Flfth Street, Mllwaukeo, Wls., wrltcs: "I feel It my duty to wrlto ond tell you how much good Poruna has dono me. I have been a BUfterer for years wlth female troublo,' causlng backache and nt tlmes terrlblo headachcs. I had also compllcatlons from indlgcstlon and heart troublo, so that I often had to Ho down. A frlend advlsed mo to try Pe runn. I had llttlo fnlth In nny medlclno ns I had tried so rnudh without gcttlng. anv rellef. but to please her I gavo It "a trlal. After threo days use I felt io much hetter that I declded to continuo Its use and by th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

GOSSIP OF LAW-GIVERS End of Sosslon Not Yet lr. .Slfjlit. THEY ARE WORKINO WELL Flnanco and Corporatlons Important Matlers?Sesslon Has Developcd Somejhtercsting Political Talk. Bland for Llcul. Qovernor. Thero Is much spcculatlon In leglsla tlvo clrcles as to when tho cxtrnordlnnry sesslon of tho present General Assembly wlll complcte Us work and ndjourn slno dle, but it may bo sald thnt Is Is purcly n mattor of spcculatlon. Whlle much work hns boen dono, It may bc sald with cnual truth that a great deal yot romalns to bo dlsposed of. nnd it ls necessnry that lt bo nccom pllshcd by onsy stnges. Ono of tho most Importnnt general laws passed by both houses ls what Is knpvVTI as tho Bnrks dalc puro electlons blll, nnd nfter years of nllegod Irrcgulnrltics in electlons, brought iibout by thc use of money to dobauch tho voters ot tho Stato, steps upon a high plano of morallly. whlch was started ln tho Constltiillonal ? Con vcntlon nnd consummalcd In thc l.cgis laturo, largclv through thc...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

A CORNER IN ANCESTORS The Jones Famlly In AmoHcft Descen ded from the Sclon of n Noblo Race. A Rumantlc Story of the Gdlirso df Truo Lovo Whlch Ran Smooth. l^li--" -? By ELEANOR LEXINQTON. Jones Is a Welsh namo, and dorlvcd from John. Tho Welsh had no surnamos untll com pcllod by act of Parllnmont to go ap Jiareiod llko Engllshmon,; to wcar thoir bonrds after tho Engllsh fnshlon, and to tako Engllsh surnamos llko Sutlth, i Brown nnd Jones. It Is not two centurles ngo slnco Gcr many compollod Gorman Jowh to tako famlly i.umos, and not many yoars slnco Norway forccd her army offlcors to tako fiurnames. Efcn yot, ln Norway and Wales, surnamos nro ' not unlvcrsal among tho lower classes. ln the cnrly .days of surnamo taklng (.oiiio ot tho natlons fallcd to understnnd that unchungeablcncss ls the foundatlon prlnclplo of a famlly namo. To thls day thoro Is "confuslon worse confoundod" to tho outsldor who trlos to traco Bcan dlunvlaii goncalogy. ' lf, for oxamplc-Lars Olcson, has four Bons...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

WONDERFUL WHITWORTHS Two Confederate Guns Put to Flight a Fleet.' A BLOCKADE RUNNER Hard Pressed She LayHer Bones Upon the Beach Ralher Than Surrendor to the Enemy?She Brought Flne Inslruments to Avengo. (Speclnl to The Tlmes.Dispntch.l FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, March 11. Tourlsts and cxcurslonlsts to tho plons ant coast resortg below AVolmlngton N. C, came across tho old hull of a shlp sot tllng year by yenr dceper down Into tho sands, wlth a brokan rib motrudlng hero and there, llke the bones of somo old castnway soat mastodon. Ono warm, cloudy nlght ln tho late sprlng or cnrly summer of 1S62, the sen tlnels wnlklng thelr benls on the campus of Fort Flsher, and tho soldiers oft duty strolllng about j the campus, henrd tho dull boom ot guns far out at sen. At flrst the Intervals woro long and thc dlstnnco wns great; but gradually tho connon ndlng beenme frequent, wllh nn Increaso ln the volume ot sound, whlch told of tho swlft flight ot tho pursued and (tho war-dogs Jolnlng ln tho chase-...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 March 1903

THE ALUMNl Of THE UN1VERSITY A History of tho Assoclatlon and Great Men Connected Wlth It. Tho approval by Governor Montaguo rceontjy of ,"tho act to / Incorporato tho General Atumnl Assoclatlon of tho Unlvorslty of Vlrglnia wlth autliorlty to Isbuo certlfloates oT tnombcrshlp to looal assoclatlon's and to lndlvlduals oom poslng snld General Atumnl Assoclatlon" pmrks, It ls hopod, n now und htghly Important stop In the history of tho Unlvorslty bf Vlrglnia Alumnl. Iho act Is In eleven soctlons, and was upproved on tho 78lh nnnlvofsary of tho open? ing o( tho Unlvorslty of Vlrglnia to/ students, whlch occurred March 7, iszo. Tho aat was slgnod by Govornor Moti (aguo wlth a gold pen furnlahcduy bolegatcs Duko, ot Albomarlo. and West, of Loulsa. Thls pen wlll bo sent to Judge Scner, tho presldent, and tho first prosldont of tho Oonoral Alumnl Asao elatlon.-wlth tho request that lt be turned over to the assoclatlon to bo presorved ln Its archlvot*. Tlw first Alumnl Aesoclatlon of tho Un...

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. — 15 March 1903

V1RGINIA C THE WINNER VIctor at the Deep Run Hunt Club's Jumplng Contest. JACK OF DIAMONDS NEXT Elevator Took the Yellow Rlbbon?A Representative 9atherlng There and Many Handsome Equlp ages on the Ground. Under clear sklos and wlth a thor oughly dellghtful lempcraturo, the Deep Run Hunt Club yesterday afternoon held Its llrst Jumplng contest. Thero wns a represontntlvo gatherlng present Especl.ally notablo were tho many handsome horses and equipages, thls belng a demonstratlon of tho good done by tho Hunt Club, whlch has cro ?ted a desire ln tho communlty to pay more attentlon than ln formor years to tho general appeamnco of their nnlmals and trape. ? . Tho Jumps, whlch had been erected for tho occaslon, wero Just botwoen tho shootlng stand and the traps. Orlglnally the Jumps wcro b'ullt of snpllngs, whlch were held ln placo by a stake well drlvcn ln tho ground, tho topmost pole belng held wlth wlre. A CHANG-E MADE. It was deomed' advtsable by tho commlt? tee to modlfy tho sevorlty ...

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