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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 March 1903

Come ln and Be Clothed. You will look your bost aftor wo got through with you, Wo will put the Suit up iu good stylo?gdnran too all thoro is in it: cloth, work mauship, style! l'ricos, $25 Up. W. S. CONSTABLE& CO., Successor, to C0N5TABLE BROS., 903 IH. Main Street. LOSS BY FIRE IS ENTIRELY COVERED Col. Murphy May Secure the Property?In Any Event lt Wlll Be Rebullt. Ton thousand dollars wlll in all prob ,ablllty covor tho Iohs occnsioned by. tho flro ln tho Mllhlsor bulldlng, next door to Murphy's Hotel, early Bunday mornlng, and this loss ls covercd by insurance. Tho origin of tho flro ls a mystory, but tho firemen think it started ln tho bath rcom, ln tho roar of Grundo's barber , sliop, on tho flrst floor of _ho bulldlng, ?No ono connocted wlth the barber shop can account for tho presence of flro ln that pluco, excopt such as mlght havo been' left thero when tho shop was closed tho'nlght beforo, in a smouldering way, to koop tho wator ln tho buth-room wurm, lt may have arlsen...

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. — 24 March 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From ihe Cities and Towna_of Virginia. BODIES ARE IDENTIFIED Several Found Floating in the River at Norfolk. POWHATAN WAS FLOATED The Board of Health Has Recomrnended That Indlvldual Drinklng Cups Bo Provlded for Children of Public School for Sanitary Reason. (Spocl-l l" ***?><? Tlmos-Dl-P-tcli.) NORFOLK, VA., Mnrch 2_.-Tho b_~y of tho man found floating ln lho rlvcr ln Fobruary nnd buried ns an unknown, wns exhumed and Identlfled thls morn? lng. "Thomas Corrldon, of Washington, arrlved here wllh tlio Impresslon that tho body was that ot hls unclo, Willlam Bresnnhnn, n brlckmaaon of Washing? ton. Thomns Corrldon wns nccompunlod by T Flgg. a bricknuison of Portsmouth, who knew Brosnnhan ln Washington. nnd iiad seon hlm after ho camo hore. They sold that Brcsnahan had como hero to Work nt hls trado in Hampton. but thoy do not know whether ho worked after l,o camo horo at all. They havo no theory ns to how tho mnn met hls death. But Dr Odond'hal, tho co...

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. — 24 March 1903

The Measure qf the Man wlio hVrWs mo wlth hla order for n rutlt la takon wlth grcnb cai*o, antl ottt antl mftde by oxfiort cutters and lalUira Ih my tmn shoti, Modorn Ahd t>roKresfl" lnBl'nllorlriu* Ideas uiinble mo to lUFll otitHultfl whloh aro thu vory acineor txirfcctlon lu ntylo, llt, und fltilflh. My llllO of lllllo Serges ls liniueliKO. Schnurman, Tillory Hitter, Habirdaihir, 907 Mtun Street. HAYWOOD ISjNDJCTED yFlrst Steps Taken In a Nota? ble Trial at Ralelgh. INE ARRAY OF COUNSEL ht Attorneys Will Look After tho rVlsoner's Interests While Five Wlll Represent the State?NGmber of Wltnesses to Be Heard. (Speclul to Tlia Tlmes.Dlspntcli.) V_j_DT_0OHi N. C, rMurch .?.?Tho ". d Jury of XVnlio County Superior t returned a truo blll for. murder afternoon ngalnst Erpest Unywood .ho kllllng of Budlow Skinnor In thls February 2lst. Tho court was. con d Ihls morning by Judgo Justlce, but j jury wns not empannolled and tlio ige by the Judgo completed untll i o'clock. Within un hour'B...

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. — 24 March 1903

WILL SOON BERELEASED Mrs. Maybr/ck to End Her Im , orlson.ilent Next Yoar. H1STORY OF HER CASE Was Sentenced to Death on Charge of Poisonlng Her Husband nnd Sen tenco Wns Commuted to Penal Servltudb for Life. (By Assoclated I'ress.) LONDON, March 23.-Mrs. Florence ? Maybrlck, tho Amorlcan womnn, who was convicted at LW-erpool in 1SS9, on tho chargo of poisonlng her husband, Jamea Maybrlck, at Algburts, by arscnlc, and .?whoso sentonco of doath was commuted to ponol servltudo for llfe, wlll bo ro leosod- ln 1004. Tho annouiiceawnt comoa from tho Home Ofllco, whloh now au , thorlzos her Washlngton lawyers to uso ftbo fact of hor release noxt year as a I reason for securlng tho poslponemcnt of tho trlal of tho lawsult bearlng upon tho ! prlsoner's Intorest ln land m Kentucky, and West Virginla, untll sho ls ablo to '; personally testlfy. ? . Those who aro ln a posltlon to know, ?ay that Homo Secretary Akors-Douglass ?ias shown great courtesy ln coiiiioctUin wlth the sults now pending i...

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. — 24 March 1903

- BAT DR. PRIOE'S TRYABITA FOOD TMI WMIAT M.AKI OILIRY FOOD. Oraatar att?. jtXm*? Omm Baa4a? fwatt and ItawHmr _ah___ GOOD DEMAND FOR UN1MPROVED LOTS feeal Estate Men ln Pleasant ; Frame of Mlnd?Sales Yesterday. "Real estate Is more actlvo than for ?omo tlmo past," sald a prominent real estato mari yosterday aftornoon. "The weather Is openlng now," ho went on, '__nd-thoro la a declded Increaso ln tho demand for properly, lmproved and un lmprovod." ' , ? lt.'la a nolablo fact that tho salos are better attended than' during tho lato wlntor sca'son. The demand for unlm proved proporty la much strongor, glvlng ovfdcnco of tho clrcumstance that bulld? lng ls to bo marked thla spring. Mossrs. J. B. Elam A Co., real estato ? ngenU, sold No. 228 West Broad Street . and tho dwelllng ln tho rear of It yes ' terday aftornoon. No. 22B la a throo ! story brlck storo. Tho dwelllng ls No. 305 North Madison Streot, In tho rear ' of the store. The frorrtago of tho lot on Broad Stroot is*20 feot. Mr....

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. — 24 March 1903

MAY MAKE FIGHT FOR PROHIBITION Moro Than Likely That the Agitation May Result In This. Alderman .Otway S. Allen, of Madison Word, a member of tho Financ? Commit? tee, stated last night.that tho present stir and agitation over tho Increased' rates In liquor licenses will most assur? edly lead to a prohibition tight in the near future, when an effort will bo made to vole whiskey and saloons out of Rich? mond, and entail upon the liquor dealers an almost untold expense. Major Allen was out of the city when tho Finance Committee rated the saloons and consequently had nothing to do with the readjustment. "I have, always favored a flat license plan," said Mr, Allen, "and 1 have al vays regarded the license rate in Itlcli niond as absurdly low. This present move Avili, In my opinion, bring about n. prohibition light, but Just how noon such a campaign will be actively undertaken I nm not In a position to say.~ Hut, mark my word,.It will come." . Prominent saloon men are of this opinion, and...

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. — 24 March 1903

CASTORIA IThe Klnd You Hat-e'Always Bought, and -whlch hat beon Mn uwifb^veriSOj years, has borae the signatnre of - / And ___?? been made under his per* i sooal supervislon slnce Its infttncy. , Allow ho one to deceive you In thls* All C bunterfelts, Itnltations nnd " Just.as.good'? nre but Etperlments thnt trWe wltll and endangertno health of InrknU and Children-_E_^perlence agalnst Experiment. Whatjs CASTORIA Castorla ls a harmless substitute for Castor OU, Pare gorie, Drops and geothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opitun, Morphine' nor other Narcotle eubstance. Its ago ls its guarantce. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshriess. It cureS Dlarrhcoa and Wind Collc. It roiioves Toething Troubles, cures GonstipatlOn nnd Flatnlency. It assimllates the Food, rogulates tbe Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural Sieep. The Children'* Panacea?Tho Mother*s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tha Slgnature of The Kind You Have Always Boiight In Use ForOver 30 Yea...

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. — 24 March 1903

THE PRICES WERE LOWER _ ^ut There Was Little Selllng >v Pressure Save ln U. P. LOSELOWESTOFTHEDAY Bellef That Banklng Intoresls Looked Wlth Dlsfavor on Any Hardenlng of Prices Was Chlof Factor of Day's Weakness, (n.T Assoeluted rress.. NBW YORK. March 23.?A number ot causes contrlbuted to tlio goneral weaR ness and dtillncss shown by tho stocK market to-day. Chlef among thoso was tho bellef that banklng interestsi,regard Wlth dlsfnvor nny movo ln tho dlreotlon of hlgh prices. Thls attltude appears tobe based on the bellof tlmt monetary condl? tions a.. a whole a.re not such ns to war? rant ovon a moderate extenslon of spec ulatlvo commltments. London wns also lowor. However, tliero was ono noto ot oncourngement from abrond. Tho annual report of tho Dresdenor Bnnk says that fears of a collnpso of tho Induslrlnl dp velopment of thls country wore rapldly dlminlshlng. Openlng prices ln tho stocic markot were lower for Uio most part and reflected an Irregular undortpno, but there was ...

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. — 24 March 1903

: dt\ ju* ?_ THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TNAT BRINO QREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM CHARQE 25 Oenls, Cash ln Advance ONE CENT i WORD. _. ? HELP WAMT-D-FEMAL-.. WAjVTED, A' GOOD NURSE (WHITE or colored) fnr 11 chllrl t.early th,i\e8 yenrs old; rororoneon rr-Miilred. Apply at No. 1001 Floyd Avniiun. _^ WANTED. LADIES. ALSO MEN, TO copv loltnrB at homo nnd return to ua; good mtv: atrlrtlv gcnnltie, A.ldroAS EXCEOlOfl MANUFACTURtNG'CO., B, Clovclnnd, 0. ___*__; "wanted, "a:F"on(';e, a. working housokoopor, lo tako chargfi of piitilry ln small hotel, Apply wlth reforenco to ______ 1 i?(Js}l>_y'.lnclieHtor,_Vuv_ ^FtUAtToNS WANTED?FEMALE, ?WANTED. BY A YOUNO LADY/. OF janveral years' experlence, posltlon aa book-keeper. Hond or a.Blatantl hc8t of references. Addrcsa Tl, K., caro thls ot llre. f_ WANTED, A POSITION A8 COMPAN lon or nurso lo nn Invalld lady or chlld, or convaloscent attendnnt; havo harl ex perlenco ln iiurslng. Addre.s O, 1. J., Carrler B, Petersburg, Va. WANTED, AT ...

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. — 24 March 1903

Nothing But Spring In the Store Now ,Thc store to-day is arraycd in its spring dress and the transformation from tlie heavy. garb of the ?wintcr to the light wcights and dainty colorings of the new season is compjetc, You began llilriklhg of slirlng fabrics threo or four weeks ngo perhaps. Our prcpnratlons bc-gan na many months back, . nnd liere'i' tlio a_v.n.nU_- wc havo ovor you. Yoti must think and plan for everything hi jconncction with your toilet. So must wc?hnt our tiiinking is divided up atnongst many heads?each j.hearj thinkiiig ancl planning the very best for its 'own particular department, and yet having the ad? vantage and assistancc of Ibe general store system. For example, the Silk and Dress Goods Depart? ment has for months been cxamining samples and buying goods that are. no,w ready fof yonr selec tion. The whole time of this department .'has been given to its own fabrics?apparently regardless of the fact that a muslin tindcrwear, a suit section or any other departme...

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. — 25 March 1903

TME m&MM&M I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,198. "lUCIlAlOXD, N^Y^DXKSDAY, MARCH'25,1003. .PRICE TWO CENTS* _?__._. r.i SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASH1NGTON. March 24.?Korocast -Cor Virginia. and North Carollna Wednesday nnd Thursday:' ,. . ..*.'"??. Falr Wednesday,, colder. excopt lll.??? tremo westorn portlon. Thurarlay falr. frosh west tb northwest wlnds dlmlnlMi Ing, Yesterday wns Ihe warmesl ?lAy.';of/lhe soason. tho htorcui'yV I'eachli usMilj.'Jegrew nt;i o'clock, Thereafter the teliuoncy wn., downard, und by inldnlcht It hnd rcachdd M. Tho Weather Bureatt promlsos coolor wcdthor to-dny. ., STATE OF TllirTHERMOMU'IMCn. P A. M. H VI M.. Ii II P. M. .'..,. JJ 11 P. M. S 0 P. M.'. K 12 mldnlght .P|_ Averago ...????. m> ' Hlgliesl temperature yesterday.. Lowcst lemperaliiro yesterday.. Moini temperature yesterday.. i* Normnl tnmpcraturo for .March........ w Departure from normal temperature.. .0 Prcclpltatlon durlng past 24 hours.... oo MINIATURfl ALMANAC. Morcb 25. 1903. Bu...

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. — 25 March 1903

that the ntgro is otlt of State polltlcs, hut askod, "Do ycu know or know of a Demoemt who wlll voto with the R* pdblloaus bocntisc wo havo a new Con? stltutlon ?" I do not. MONTAOtn-) AND CABtrhU Speaklng of Stnto polltlcs suggests 1ho atory whtah has n.pponrod in some of thn Vlrglnla pape.rs thnt Governor Montnguo und Oolonel Georgo C. CaMll of Dati viilo, -were not now politlcnl friends. A Vlrgtnlnn who Bhould be well lnformed on tbe subject asBurod mo to-day thnt tlio maitor had been exitBgeralod. Tho story. he sald, flrst nppehred In a Danvllle pn per, Durlng Mr. Montague's candldacy for tho gubornatorlal nomlnatlon Mr. Cabell wns ono ot his most nrdont sup porters, nnd lt was duo molnly to hls offorts that the dly,of Dnnvlllc wns car ried for Mr. Montnguo. Thls sweeplng vlctory hnd ns much to do wlth carrylng tho Stato against. Mr., Swnnson i ns nny other ono thlng. Mr. Cnboll was chosen bv Mr. Montnguo to presont hls name to the Norfolk conventlon, wliloh he did In a nolablo ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 25 March 1903

GROWS MORE : ATTRACT1VE Falr GlrlsDHIl Agaln at Con, ferato Falr. FINE PROGRAMME TO-DAY Chlldron's S.how to Take Placo from 4 to 6 P. M.-Another Drlll Thls Evenlng?Work of tho Boolhs, and tho Prlzes Won, A largo crowd fllled tho hall at tho Confederate Falr last, nlght. There wus somo dllllculty lu roplng off tho space. noedod by CapUilh Sulllvan und her soN' dlers for tliolr evolutlons, so tho drlll took placo somewhat later than usual. Tho glrls provcd nulto as attructlve as usuul and ellclted qulto as many iitlmlr ing commcnts from tho Bpectators, who never soem, to woary ot seclug thom, Captaln Sullivan, ln calllng the roll, gavo her soldlers thelr family names for1 tho flrst time, tho glrls havlng hltliertoim ptrsoiiatcd churactors mllltnry and other WlBO. - ' THB GOVERNOR THERE. After the drlll Governor Monluguo in troduccd Mrs. Yeamans, who mado a short but plcaslng recltatlon to n plu.no i uecompunlmcnl, played by Professor ' Frank Cosby. A number of tho Elks 4 came in later...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 25 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch, Publlihetl Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, RIchmond, Va, Cntsred Jnmrnry 2/, 1903, at Rleh 1 mond, Va., ns Second-ciass Matter, Under Aet of Con . gre.s of Msrch 3, 1879. The DAILY TIME8DISPATCH ls sold at 2 cents' a eopy. The SUNDAY TIMES'DISPATCH ls ?old at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall? 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for ?lx months, $1.50 for threo months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, IJ2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln cludlno Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents por week. ?.?_._?., The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year. ... . All Unslened Communlcatlons wiii oe re'jected. ... . ,,_, Rejocted Communlcatlons wlll not 08 returned unless accompanled hy stamps Uptown Office nt T. A. MILLER'S, No. 519 East Broad Street. WEDNESDAY,'MARCH 25, 12X. WHY THIS BILLL? Ono of the most remarkable bllls that has been passod by thls Loglslaturo ls knpwn as Sonate bill No, 245, and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 25 March 1903

SPRING EXHIBITON ... , OF . <,, MILLINERY Wednesday, March 25th. Rtctptlon Diyi thi Ritt of thi Weak. - You oxpcct a completo demonstration of fashion?it is. The examples from Pnris and Berlin aro as fine as any brought to this country, while nothing surpassos tho moster/procfuctB of our own designor., IN NUMBER?IN VARIBTY?IN R1CH NESS?ye havo never equalled the display we now invite you to. Also the Newest Itleas in Spring Suits, Separate Skirts, Dressy Waists. Tho papors say "Kaufmann's opening is tho fashion barometer of Kichmond." Zfourth and Broad Streets. WILL HAVE MONEY, I to ; ..Continued from Flrst Page.) tho features of tho measure. It was a masterly effort and was Uste'ned to wlin the closest attentlon. Mr. WIckham spokc as follows: Boforo wo approach tho consideratlon of tho revenue blll In detall, It may bo well to revlow brlefly the financial condl? tlon of the Stato at present: Burplus on hand Oc- ., tober 1, 1902, as per AudltorV report, P. ^^ Deduct book asset du...

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. — 25 March 1903

ZiveNews and Fresh Gossip From ihe Cities and Towns of Virginia. NAVY YARD Admlral Bowles Ooes Over the Government Plant / THE OBJECT OF HIS V1S1T He May Have Norfolk In Mlnd os a Good Place at Which lo Build a Ballleshlp?Two Tralnlng Sriips Soon to be Built. // (Speclnl to Tlio Tlmea-Dlspntch.) NORFOLK, VA., Maroh -'1.'?Admlral F. T. Bowles, chlot of tho Bureau of Conslructlon and llopnlr, arrlved nt tho navy yard thls mornlng, nnd aftor cnll ; ing on Acllng Commandunt Crag in speotod the. dlfferont doparlments in company wlth Navnl Coustructor Stocker. ' Thero are two surmlsos as to tho spoclal object of tho vlslt. Ono ls that Admlral Bowles is here' to proparo for tho bulld ' Ing of tho two tralnlng shlps. Tho othor is that hls vlslt ls to ascertaln If tho condltlons bo favorable fOr bullding of . a battlcshlp. ,. Slnco yesterday a fleet of over one hun? dred schooners has passed out the cnpes fiom Hampton Roads, whero tho vos tsola woro storm bouhd. lu tho iloot wero vessels of ...

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. — 25 March 1903

?M After Baby Comes there Ib nourishment for both convales ,cont mother and nursing chlld la - Jmttine> TMII MANK, It is an already digested food easily retained by the most delicate stomach. It restores health and strength-supplies the nutriment needed-builds flesh and tissue. , K A real malt extract-not an intoxicant; 'B_JJcontains less t^an 2%oi alcohol. All dnifglate nll lt. PrepAKfl bjr the I Anheiiser-Busch BrewingAss'n St. Louli, V. 8. A. IVATTS LAW TOBETESTED Dlstlllers ln the Countles Say lt Is Unconstltutlonal. ATTORNEYS ARE RETAINED The Claim, as Made by the Llquor In? terests, is That the LaW is ln Viola tlon of the Fifteenth Amend? ment to the Constltutlon. , (Speclnl to The TImcs-DlspatcIO GREEN8BORO. N. C? March 34.?A Rowan county dlstillor wlll, lt is reported, tcst tho constltutlonality of tho Walts law, recenly passed by the General As? sembly. TIUs law prohiblts the running Of dlsttl lerles outsldo of Incorporated towns. 'Four of tho Stato's leading'lawyers hav...

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. — 25 March 1903

SPRING L OPENING SALE. CARLOADS ot new Pianos, ohosen by our oxporfis ln tho fnotorles aro on vlow thls wcok, Master crcntlons of tho makers' art. Pianos rccognlzotl as poerless all ovor tho wnrld ? EXP0S1TI0N OF PRIZE W1NHERS. ' It is an opportunlty to boo nt ajrlnnce tho porfectlon of plnno mnnufaofcure. Evoryfain ous mnko ls roproscntecl, inolutllng Steinway, Knabe, Hardman, Standard, Kimball, Haines. Our Spring oleanlng hns dlscovored a host of bargalns that must bo sold an nny prico. Wo need more room, nnd havo selectoda lot of PIANOS, ORGANS, SMALL INSTBU MENTS, MUSIO BOXKK AND SHEET MUSIO to bo sold REOARDLbSS OP COST. WALTER D. MOSES & 00., Lorgcst nnd Oldost Muslo House ln tho South, 103 E. BROAD STREET. DR. W. F. CREASY GETS PAYING PLACE Succeeds Dr. Sam W. Hobsort as Quarantlne Offlcer of Newport News. Governor Montague yesterday ap? polnted Dr. W. F. Creasy to be quaran? tlne offlcer at Newport News, to suc ceed r>r. Samuel W. Hobson, whose term of offloe exptros ...

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. — 25 March 1903

IAT DR. PRICES TRYABITA FOOD THt WMIAT PLAKf 01 tMY fOOD. _>ri#Mt*r?e* ?NTf p_w>wC^ ?ttC4_/ Qftor e/flr. I***! ON-St ??*?? fr*** *** **??<"? X*tractt. CHARACTER WAS UNDER SUSPICION betecflve Glbson ThlnksGep;, Harmon Is Wanted ln Charlottesvllle, Georgo Harmon, allaa Goorgo Wlson, colored, waa arroatod by Dotecllve ,aib *on becauao ho looked Ilko a auaplclou'a charactor. After mnklnir further In qulrlos, Dctectlvo Glbaon was convinced that ho waa a- auapicloua character. and lt was Ihdught that ho waa a fuglttvo from Juatlce from OharloUesvllIo, whore hb la probably wanted for felonlous cut tlng. Juatlco John hold hlm for ton daya. Emma Foalor, colored, thought sne would bo sont to the grand Jury forj.cyt*; tlng Martha Ann Taylor, but Justice . John. remarked that tho Jury dldn't'uni' deratand auch caaea aa ho did, an^ ho; eent Emma to Jall for slx motitns, nnuj. ' flned hor $20. Einma bore a smllo aa f/ie I eauntorod brick to tho pen. Sam ltuflln, colorod, a wltneaa In the...

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. — 25 March 1903

SHARPBREAK IN PRICES Market Was Weak from Start to Flnlsh. THE MONEY CONDITIONS thero Was a Pause In Downward Move ment After Openlng, bul Selllng Resumed and Close Was Active With Prices Descending. (Be AssoHnted Prras.) NEW YORK, March 24.-Tho stock mnr? ket made no hendway to-day agalnst the dlscouragemcnt of holders of securitles and waa wenk from start to flnlsh wlth onlv a dlfToronco In tbe dogree of weak nes's from tlmo to time. Thero waa n Hluirp break ln prices at the openlng, duo to tbo unloadlng of stocks in blocks as a rc?ult of selllng orders accumulated over nlght. After that thero was somo paiise ln the downward movcment, but at tno closlng tho selllng movcment hnd be come von' active agaln, and prices ended the day at tho lowest and on a rapldly descending scale. . The prlnclpal cause of tho feollng of dis couragoment was tho lack of promlso of an amolloratlon of money conjlltlons. Ap parcntly tho lnterlor la maklng renewed domand upon ? Now York for funds, now that ...

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