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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 25 March 1903

ONE OENT 1. WORD. MINIMUM OKlftlE 26 Oenlt, CithlnldniiM THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THRT ORIRQ IRUTEST RESULTS. e# ?* I" MEUP WAftfaDt?rtMALB, -,.?.,.,<????,?. -?.*"'""". _ WANTBD, WRST-CLAfiS HANp_i??B! dressmaker. Apply to 006 B. Lolghf Bt| FLAW WRITBRfl Js2BB_!2vfiI__S& jpare tlme evanlrlfl, ??.? *??*??"**# 'home worki aelf-aJdreMetl etivelftM, full 'partlculara. MANAGER, Dept ^,, M. Box'1411, Phlladelphia, Fa. WOMBN TO DO SBWINtt ON BPBCtA-> tlee, 14 per lOOr-dan make elx an houn mnterlaf sent free, prepedd Jj*** *"? yolope for partleular;_and teeUmonlale. froni our workera. M*d?,? ptT PONT, feept. W, 88, Ninth Bt., Phlladelphia, Pa* .?WANTED, ~LADIEB TO MAKE NECK wear from sample; experlence not neees. ?aryj eteady work) good pay. Send eelf adflreaied etamped envefopew IDBAL MFCTCO., W Weet lU8d St., New York. LAJDIEB BVERYWHBH.E, CX1PY LET ter?, home evenlngs, and return to.us) wo pay 820 thousand, caah). new platt)' eteady work, Seild adn>??i?4_^n?ibj...

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. — 25 March 1903

Miller _ Rhoads. Miller _ Rhoads. New Haviland Dinner Sets. Thero's notking wo can say that would ndd to the reputalion of Haviland China?thal's fixed beyond questlon, These Dinner Sets havo just boon recelved, and they're all of the newest shapes?tlie differenco in prices consisting mostly in the dec oralions aud patterus, tho quality being about the same in all. 102-pleec sots In "Luehon" and "Co llgny" shnpos aro decorated In pretty flowcr tsprnys-the different colorlngs btendlng bosutlfully wlth tho Whlto China, $32.00 and *ar>.00. 114-pIeco set In tho "Marnulse" shnpo has nn especlally llne bordor pattern wlth traclngs of cojn gold. tt Is a rlch looklng set for fBa.SO. 102-plece set In the "Flettrette" shano ls docoraled wlth a. beautlful border pattorn of rosebuds?the plnlc flowcr and the green leaf formlng a charm Ing contrast SOO.OO. Tho four sets we advertise are simply representative of what we lut vo, There aro other Haviland Sets (114 pieces) at $43.50. The "Elite," a...

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. — 26 March 1903

THE mSM WSM. ?& I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,199. HICiFmOND, VA., THURSDAY, MAttCI-I '2(3, 1008. PRICE TWO CENTS. ?im/.' ,. fi. .. M .. M 47 SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASIMNC-TON. Mnrch 2*.?Fprecnst for TliuiHihiy niul l-'rl'iay; ? *' ,.,,,??. Vlrgliifn-Fulr Thiirsdny aml V,rl'_ay' wartncr Frlday. llght. ..V'"'1.'.,c, w .*.. h North Carnllii~-Fiilr T.liursjln.v ' ',(L',. : dny; warrnor frlday, llght, varlable wlnds. Vesterdiiv \va~ ono of thri most dellg-it fui iIuvh o_ tho hi-Hfon, Tlie mereiiry wan Zm .,." th" wurmes. portlon of the clay andI fell thereuftoi. untll nl mldnlght the fill- wiih chllly. Conllriuod fair weather Is expected to-day nnd to-morrow, BTATE OF THjTt7U-_.MOMI_T__R. n A. M.' .-. i9 12 M.'. 3 P. M. (1 P. AJ. fl P. M. .. 12 mldnlght. *?'_ Averago .M1!"3 Highest temperature yesterday.CS Lowest temperaturn yc-l-i.lny. ? Mean temperature yestol'duy.. oi Normal tcnuioraturc for Mnrch........ n Dennrturn from normal temperature. 0. Preclpltntlon during Ptt-t 24 hou...

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. — 26 March 1903

fcntd lo "InJufloUB to the morals of ma torlal Intorest of tho communlty. Mr. iAndoMoti thought .theso provlsions wouid Jhrust tho Jutlgo lnto' tho vorlox ond jnnc!str6m nf hat red nnd pusslonnto con ' ?w>t* st ihe r-nmo tlmo that they prom? lsed hlm wlth no legal deflnlto test Upon whlch io doclde the qunstlon, Ho thought they wotild lleml W pe* Mroy tho Indopendrnco nnd undormlno tne .enrlessness of oitr Judges. Ho wns not rmp.sdd to tho object of the .Alnnii blll, Init to Ihe meihod propoHOd. He express nd wlllhnrness to volc for nny blll J?lP? ?Mnnn wouid draw, provlded Its adop llon wns left to tho qunllflod olectomte. Mr. Andorson, tborefore, offored as n t-ubstltuto to tho commlttee amendment tho original Mann blll amended. so ns to ftpplv to cltlos tifl woll as countles. but providlng for a populur voto boforo en roreement. .??_-? ASKED QDESTJONS. Tho Richmond Een.Uor wns plled wlth questlons. but ho held lils ground splen dldlv. He arguod wllh gront force thnt tho'people...

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. — 26 March 1903

Tialhimer's Sale of Satchels and Bags S/lghtly Sot/ed, at Half Price. 75 Satchels and Bugs! of all kinds, slightty soiled and shop, worn, to bo sold at a gecafc sucrifico. TALK FULL OF INTEREST ?????? i Lecture by Mlss Susan Blow on the Klndergarten. IMPORTANCE OF.SUBJECT' An Attentive Audience Heard Her DJs course, whlch Was Pronounced One of the Most Brilliant Hoard In Years. Betoro a large and lappreclalko audi? ence last nlfilit at tlio Woman's Club, W whlch sho was presented by Governor Montaguo, MIhb Susan 'Blow, ono of the most distingulshed ediicators In the coun? try, dcllverd, ,under tho auspices of tho Richmond Educatlon Assoclatlon, a lec? ture pronounced by those who hoard tt: to be the ..finest and most scholarly ot Its klnd over heard In Richmond. ~lia~ Blow |a a natlve of Norfolk. Va., but many years of hor life wera spent In Bt. Louls, whero she wns Instrumonlal ln introduclng lnto tho publlc school. the klndergarten H>'~tem. Moro recently she Im. boen travellng ...

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. — 26 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch. Pubfiif-rt Dafly ~~~ Weekly ~t No. 4 North Tenth Street, RlehmOhd, V?. Entered Jahuary st, 1-0-, at Rlch* mend, V~., ~? second'ClaM Matter, under Aot of Con* grm of March 3, 1--9' The DAILY TlMES'DISPAf 6H ls eeld ?t 2 cents a eopy. . TM SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls ?old at 6 cents n copy.. DAILV TIMES-DISPATCH by mall M cents a month, $5.00 a year, .$2.-0 for alx months, $1.60 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln< eludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per week, The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, All Uns'lgned Communlcatlons wlll be rejected. ,,, __. ha Rojectod Communlcatlons wlll not ne returned unless accompanled by stnmps. Uptown Offlco at T. A. MILLER'S, No. _19 East Broad Street. THURSDAY. MARCH 20. 1003. THE. MAN TO WIN. Senator Carmaok, of Tonnessoo, tnlies the posltion that no mnn should bo nom? lnated by tho Domooratlc party for tlio praaldency noxt yoa...

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. — 26 March 1903

STUARrSMEN TO ASK CITY $10,000 for Monument to the Cavallor Hero. CITY'S PLEDOE OF 1864 Jh; ,_ Revlved In Support of Welghty Petition of Taxpayera to Be Presented ??; at the Councll' Next Meeting. Greatly oncouragod by tho patrlotlo and ?frell-appTOved action of tho Leglslaturo In grantlng a slto ln Capitol Squaro and $10,000 for tho purposo of oroctlng aa cnuestrlan statue of Q'enornl J. 13. B. fituart, C. S. A? aa a monument to hlm _elf,,and lho poerless young cavalrymon that foilowod i lilm through tho traglc days of tho Confoderato war, tho Voteran Cavalry Associatlon, a/n. V., aro about tp try to brlng thelr long labors almost to nn end, by securlng an eciual appro? priatlon In monoy from tho clty, whlch tho monumont wlll go to beautlfy and jglorlfy, ln tho lrnmodlnto defenso of whlch the gallant and IndlsporiHuble Oen-, eral gavo up hls llfo. To that end, tho followlng petition has been prepared and ii? belng clrculated for stgnuturos; '?To the Honorablo, tho Clty Councll: "Ge...

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. — 26 March 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From theCities and Towns of Virginia. NAVY-YARD AWARDCASE Government Contends Avvard for Extra Land IsExcessive. IN THE FEDERAL COURT Judge Waddlll Wlll Hand Down Hls Opinion In the Case To-Day?The Property li On the Southern Branch of Elizabeth Rlver. (Speclal to Tbi Tlmoi-ni?pntcli.) NORFOLK, VA? Maroh 25?Judge Waddlll ls expootod to open tho Unltod fttates Dlstrlot Court horo to-morrow. One of Uie cases pondlng boforo hlm, and on whlch he wlll dellvor an opinion to morrow, la the award for tho lnnd whloh the government wlshos for ths extenSTon* of ths navy-yard. The award by com tnUwIonera was $572,000 for 272 aores. TmJ rovernment contends that that ls ex cesslve, aad asks for a Jury to reappralse the value of the land. Judge Waddlll Is to deolde wheflter or not to grant the prayers. The land'ls on deep water, hav ln? a graat proportlon of frontage, and fi consldered valuable. It ls on the south? ern branch of the Ellzabeth Rlver,. and adjolna the navy-y...

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. — 26 March 1903

CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATIOW Mapped out ln North and South Carollna and Georgla PROMINENT MEN TO SPEAK Efforts Wlll Be Made to Awakan In the Countles Interest ln Local Taxatlon . for School lmprovement and ln Consolidation of Distriets. (Speclal to The Tlmei-nuiiatch.) J RALEIGH, N. C March 25.?Governor Aycock, - State Superlntendent of Publlo Inatructlon J, Y. Joynor, and Dr. Charles D.' Mcl.er, conatltutlng the Exeoutlve Commlttoe of the North Carollna Edu? cational Aaaoclatlon, co-operatlng wlth the, Southorn Educational Board, held a conference to-day mgordlng the propoeed educational campaign for tho comlng aummer and fall. ? Thoy havo prepared a clrcular letter to all county superintendents, asking ifor Information aa to eontlment ln tholr countles aa to local taxatlon, consolida? tion of achool dlstrlcta, and lmprovement of achool houaea, Tho spoclal purpose ls to aacortaln tho bost localltloa for con centratlng ngltatlon on these subjnets td* the beat advantngo. Aa soon aa thla In?...

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. — 26 March 1903

AVfcgdabte Pr epnrationfof As slmllaltag flicFood andRcd ula ting ihcStomachs andBowelaor S lMFANls/CHUDKKTM Promotca Digcstion.Chcerrul ness andltestConlains nelther Opium.Morpliino norMincral. IjotHArcotic. ^jlJ^arOtanrSiMVELmXHSR Pumpkm Seed>" Jlx-Smnaf R*MI*SJlf sfitur.Sfrd- f IrnktiSumr ADetfecVRcmedy forOonstlpa 'Tlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoca Worms .Coiwulsions .Fcverish kness and LOS9 0FS--EEP. FacSinute Si'gnnture of XEWYORK, CASTORIA For Infontfl nnd Ohildren, The Kind You Have Always Bought %s v jD_fiC?COW.OF-WRARRER ln Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIA '*!t. , TH- C_NT?UR COMPANY. HtW VOAK, OITV. THE HOWITZERS TO HOLD AN ELECTION Wlll Choose a Successor to Lleutenant John W. Booker. The New Orleans Trlp. Tho Richmond Howltzors held thelr rogular weekly meeting Tuesday night. After transacting routino business tho battory attended the Bazaar in full-dres3 uniform. Second Lleutenant John W. Booker, owlng- to change of residence, has tendor cd his rosignation to Adjutant-Gon...

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. — 26 March 1903

IT CUTS OUT GOOD MEN Blll Relatlng to School Super Intendents Very Unpopular. GOVERNOR HAS IT NOW He Has Untll To?Morrow to Gonsldef lt?Hls Voto Wouid Glve Satlsfu. tion to Mnny?May Be Unconstitutlonal. No suporlntondent of tho Virginla schools who has wrltton a hook or who liiis Invbnlod uny school appllanco can bo n momber of t.ho Stato 13oiiril of Ktlti cutlon, Bitys ii hlll whieh ls now on tho Governor's doifk for hls approval or clls approval, having- pnsflcd both brnnchos of tho Gonoral ABBcmbly.. Tlio school Btiporlntcndontfl of tho Btato arcr naturnlly up In armB tignlnsl the blll. Ono Ib rc ?Jibrted a? snylng that II dlsoouragcs scholarshlp nnd tlio nnturnl uso of tho abllity of tho Stato suporlntondontH nnd JiUU a premlum on Ignornneo. Tho new Constltutlon -provldeB thnt tlio Board ot JOdueation shall hiwe among Its mem? bers two Stnto sohool Hiiperlntendents. Tho blll Bftckg to ellmlnato from the ellglbles all Ihosa who at nny tlmo /ln thelr llvos havo wrltton a Bohool bo...

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. — 26 March 1903

PRICES GO DOWNWARD Unsteady. Stand Made During Early Hoiirsof Dealing. N. Y. CENTRAL AND PA. These Were the Only Stoeks that Showed Any Strongth-Prlcos Broke Sharply and Closed nt Lowest of Day?Bear Leaders Up. (II** Asimclnto. l*ro??.) NEW YORK. Mnrch 2S.-Tho etoc.t mnr? ket mado an unsteady stand ngalnst re acUon for a tlmo to-day, but beforo tho closlng dlscouragement hud apparont y overcomo tho spoculallvo mlnd ngaln and prlcos broko sharply to tho lowest of the dny. There woro lndlcations of an organlsod bear lcadershlp on tho decllno. Early reslstaace to reoction was sustaln? ed Drlnclpallv by Pennsylvania nnd Now 1-ork Centraj; No oUier cause was appar ent for tbJs but Uio publlcatlon ot re v"4d asserUons that the control.of New York Central waa vlrtunJly lodged n tho hands friendly to tho Pe-msylvanltuln torcst. Thls asserUon was met wlth 01TI c__i donlals of varylng emphasis, - but, r^orthd-sl. tho prlco of U.eso two ,stoeks roso about a po nt over last nignt. inis wSi? aXt...

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. — 26 March 1903

ONE OENT 1 WORD. MINIMUM ONAMI 25 Gtnti, OnhlntdfinN THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THIT BRINQ OREITEST RESULTS. MlfiiMUM OHARBE 26 Cents, CashlnAdvanos ONE CENT A WORO. MfiLP WANTED-FEMALE. iitaW$$$m1$9ta\ IWANTEO, LADIES ON CHURCH HtLL to start nmong thelr friends fiomothltu. hrand new that uays woll; eosts noth? lng; niJlondId chanco. Addross LI? BRARY, caro thls offlco,_' WANTEP, LADIES TO MAKE NECK woar from sample; experlence not iieccs earyj steady work: g'ood pay. Send self addrei.ed starnped envelope. IDBAl MFQ. CO., 608 West 183d Bt, NfyTgrJ^ 8ITUATION8 WANTED?FEMALE. JwANTKD, BY A YOUNO LAPY OF several years' experlence, posltlon as book-keeper, head or asslstant!' beat of references. Address B. K., care tnia of f. flce. _ -_ (vVANTBP, AT ONCE. ' POBITION BT an exporlonccd lady stenographor, wlth good reforences. Address Mlss J? care Thls office. _______ X/APY OF EXPERIENCH PESIRE8 posltton during summor months or by fallj teaoher of Engllsh, Mathomatlcs, French, ...

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. — 26 March 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. P. N. CORSETS, $1.50 Very pretty Summer. Girdles, made of fancy morccritfod tape? gives tho corset a silky nppearanco. French Clasps, 10 1-2 Inches long, with tabs for attaching hose supporters. Thore's a finish about these Corsets that will appeal to every woman who desires a first-class article. ? Tho cork-protected clasp being one feature that will insure ease and comfort?SI,50. Hand-Made Irish Point Curtains. Samples that tve purchased In Now York. When an Importar selects the Cur Inlne he wishes to order for the com? ing srason he's glad to cot rid of his other, samples at almost any price. ?4.B0 to f 10.OO a pair for Curtains that at least torty per cent, must bo added to get their sctun.l value. 81-2 and 4 yards lonp. S Social and \ S ?Personal \ ?000000000000000000000000? ' Lleutenant-Goneral C. Irvine Walker, of South Carolina, commanding tho Army nf the Northern'Virginia Department of "[.'tilled Confederate Veterans, has ap? pointed as spo...

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. — 27 March 1903

,ETLTstTl?. mm^ I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,200. ttlCHMOND, VA., FIUDAY, MARCH 27, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OMjAY'SNEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, March 20.?Foreoast for Frlday nnd Snturdny! Vlrglnla-Falr Frlday! warmer In south cusl portlon. Saturday lncroaslng oloudl tiessi llght, vnrlabfo wlnds. North Carollna-Fttlr Frlday! warmer In eaat portlon. Saturday Increaslng .loudlncse; llght, varlable wlnds. ?'' Yesterday's weather was plonsnnt, but Bllghtly warmer than lho provlous dny. Cloar sklos aro predletcd for to-dny, wlth ellghtly warmer in southorn portlon. STATE,OF THKT11ERMOMETI-R. S A. M. fi! . .2 M 3 P. M. 0 P. M. 0 P. M. 12 mltlliig.lt. __ Averago ..,;........... o'ia-d Highest tcmpcralurc yestcrdny....BO Lowest temporaturo yesrtcrduy. ? Moati temperaturo yesterday,..;.. Bi Normal temperature for Mnrch..48 Departure from normal temperaturo.. oi ; Preclpltatlon durlng/past 2. hours.... 00 MlNIATb'RE ALMANAC. -. . March 27. 1903. Sun rlses.OM I HIOII TIDE. _ Sun sets-..?:2" Mornl...

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. — 27 March 1903

* eomtillment to Senlitor Anderson nnd 'ValdSw dld ?6t Teel'-thrit he was able to add tnuoh to wlmt tho Senator from ?Rlohmond had sald on the day brfora. tiut ,he wanted to aay a few wordsi on the -ublect. He road from an argument tiaod In a caso ln the Supreme Court of Ihe United States, theaubstanco of whloh waa that tho uso of llquor was not per he nn evil: that tbe uno of II mlght bo abUBed. a" the use of other things mlght be abuscd. _ _ r,,.^. "_ ajjreo wllh th. Senator from Rich. mo.uh" aald Mr, Sale. "that to vote for tho fttann blll wotild be a compromise of jirhiclplo nnd I don'.t belleve <"? "nah" Commlttoo wouid havo reported "untll they hnd socured such exemploni "? thoy wanted for tholr own locnIUIes. Hnvlng called tho-iiame of tho Sena? tor from Hanover. Mr. Wlcklnm Jump t*d up wltli.Qv*.lnJii? oye, Wd*Wttt??g to a questlon of personal prlvllogo, aald hc wanted to atnte hla own posltlon. Ho -?i.i iint aa* tho representatlve ot nis Se Andhaving received Instructlon...

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. — 27 March 1903

MAY TAKE CHARGESOON Navy Department Thlnks o Flnlshlng Boats at Trlgg's. A HALFHEARTED DENIAL Llttle Importance Attached ?o Sonator Falrbanks' Statement ? Oollectlng Money for Stuart Monument. Need of Surgeons In Navy. Tlmes-Dispatch Bureau, No. 1*117 G Stroot NorthWcst, ?Washlngton, D. C? March 26th. Ii is stated to-nlght upon tho authorlty of a navyyard aitacho hero that tho Navy Dopartmont contomplates taking chargo of tho Trlgg shlpyards at nichmond, "Unless work Is resumed at tho yards In a short tlme.". tho gentleman reforrod to. sald to mo to-nlght, "tho Govorn mont wlll send down a forco of men to complolo tho govornment vessels undor constructlon' hy the Trlgg peop o whon work at tho yards was susponded. How? ovor, wo undorstanO. thnt arrangOTnenta aro about completed for tho early resump tion of work." Captaln P. F. Ha/rlrigton, commandant of tho Now York Navyyard, wlll bo pro motod to tho grndo of rear-admlral In a few days and on April 1st wlll nssumo command of tho Norf...

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. — 27 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch Pubii.hH Dally niii- W-ekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Rlolimond. Va. Entered January tt, 1903, at Ftleh* , ? mend, Va., as Second'Cla.s Matter, under Aet of Con* ores? of Maroh 3, 18711. The D..ILV TIMM'DISPATCH ls aold ai & ctnU a eepy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls ?Did at 6 conts a copy. DAILY TiMES-DISPATCH by mall 60'eents a.month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for elx months; $1.60 for .three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by Wall, .$2.00 a year. 8???H ' The DAILY T-IM-.9-DI3PATCH, Ih' eludlng Sunday, by' Carirle., 18 cents per week.' The SUNDAY TIMES-DIBPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES?DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsloned Communlcatlons wlll be rejected. ,? . u_ Rejeoted Communlcatlons wlll not De returned unless accompanledby stamps. Uptown Offlco at T. A- MILLER'S, ,No. 619 East Broad Street. ?-?'-JytlDAY, MARCH 2T, .1903, THE flORTGAQE TAX. Senator Borksdalo's proposed ~~nond roant to the; tax blll ralses a'questlon whlch has been tlme 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. — 27 March 1903

HE TOOK TO HIS HEELS /The Outcome of a Duel Be? tween Cuban Edltors. A BAPTIST MINISTER IN IT Was lha Innocent Cause of the Flght. The Affair Created a Great Stlr , In Clenfuegos and Sur roundlng Country. In a letter. to the Rellglous Herald, of thla clty, the'Rov. C. D. Danlel, a woll-' known Baptist mlnlstor In Cubn, worklng undor tho Homo Misslon Boartl, glvcA a most entertainlng oooount of a dlsturb unco in Cieiifuugos and a duel, preclpl tatod, although Intioeontly, by a' mls aionary woll known In tho denohilnatlon. Mr. Danlol ls wrltlng of llio work of tho Rov. Mr, O'Hatloran, n mlxturo of lilsh and Spanish blood, born In Cuba, but an ardont Baptlat, onrolled in tiie '-. servlco of tho board, of whlch Br, F. C. M-Connoll, forrnerly of Dynchburg, Is tho soorotary. Mr. O'Halloran, tho "Orlll ? est" O'Halloran, as Mr. Danlol calla hlm, ls a vlvaclous p.rsonago, wllh a very gllb tonguo, and the'way he preachos at 'the Cubans Itf somethlng wonderful, v"lf he could attract attentlon...

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. — 27 March 1903

Live News andFmshGossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. COMPROMISE PROBABLE Oovernment and Owners of Schmoele Tract to Agree. 1 $f\ ___ BEEF CASES DISMISSED Several Important Matters Are Up Be? fore the Federal Court In Norfoik. Western Unlon Wln~ Case for Damages. .Sp-cMU to The Tlm.--DUps.c_.) ' NORFOLK, VA, Maroh __,-Cases of . interest 'pendlng ln tho" United Statos Court aro the land award for tho Schmoele tract adjolrilng tho navy yard; the case of Mrs. Laura Carr, sulng tho Norfolk and Portsmouth Ferry Cor $20,000, and tho caso of Samuol L. Burroughs, formor postmaster of Portsmouth, whoso trial hias not been flnlshod. lt ls aald that there ls a prospoct that tho lattor . case wlll be dlsmlssed, as It llkely would havo beon at the provlous torm, It there had not been such a strenuouy contest for tho offlce of distrlot attorney that General Allan did not feel at llborty to advise the , court whore thore waa a doubt Tho money alleged to be duo to the government, fo'r whl...

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