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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 27 March 1903

H.F.SEAWELL WASJGGED On Rallroad Property and He Sued Rallroad Company. IN THE SUPREME COURT The Oaifj Has Been Argued on Appeal from the Xward of *4,600 Damages. Licensed to Practlce Pharmacy , and Veterlnary Medicine.' (Sptclal to The Tlmea-DUpatcb.) v RALEIOH,. N. 0., Maroh 20,-Oover nor Aycock to-day appolnted the North Carollno. Board of Veterlnary Medlcal Examlners, aa follows: Dr. B. L. Ouflln, Conoord; Dr. Talt Butler, Ralelgh! Dr. W. C. MaoMaokin; Dr. Thomas J. Car? roll, Wllmlngton! Dr. J. W. , Petty, Oreenaboro. In the County Court to-day the oose of Boawoll. ?'?.? Carolina Centrul Rallroad from Mpoore oounty, waa arguod on' ap 1 peal. Thla la tho.caae ln whlch H. F. fioawoll waa awarded M.WO for belng egged at Sholby,' during tho 1900'cam? paign, whon ho' wns a candidate for Lleutenant-Oovernbr on tho Republlcan tlckot. Tlio ogglng waa on rallroad prop? erty, and among' tho llrst and last egga thrown wore by rallroad employes, henoe the suit. Arugument waa by Douglaa afl...

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. — 27 March 1903

FIGHT FOR COMMISSION }t ls Rene wed ln the House by Colonel Cabell. WANTS A LONG RECESS Flxea Dates from May 15th to Nov. 10th, and ProVides Money to Pay Conv misslon?Some Bllls Offered on House Side. Tho featuro of tho House sosslon yos? terday wns tho effort of Colonel Georgo C. Cabell, Jr., of Danvlllo, to get through ti jolnt resolution for a rocoss of the Gon? eral Assombly from May lfith to Navom bcr 10th, and tho appolntmont of a jolnt commlsslon to tako up tho work and re? port to the latter dato session. Tho resolution, together wlth a substi? tute offorod by Mr. Edwards, of West Point, was postponed untll to-day, whon n blg battle wlll be conducted over them. Colonel Cabell stated that thoro was no thundor ln hls resolution, and that he would not serve on tho commlsslon if he should bo n-un.d Tlie feature of to-day's session wlll doubtless bo tho disousalon' of tho reso? lution. The House was called to ordor at noon '" by Speaker John S. Ryan, and prayer was offered by Rev...

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. — 27 March 1903

THE CLOSE BRILLIANT Confederate Fair Proves an Unquallfled Success, FIFTEEN HUNDRED THERE The Attendance Last Evenlng Broke All Records?Mlss Lee Recelvcs, the Blues Actlng as Guard ?' of Honor. < One of the largost crows Jjiat haB at Unded tho Confedorato Fair waa thero last nlght.. .According to door reoelpla flft.en hundred persona woro presont. The fair ha.. been u grniid ~ut~_o~~. MIbs Mary CubUb Loe he|d a receptlon, tho iU-hmond BH-_s(actlng us guard to Kaep back tho crowd! Mlss Lce wlll ,,bo the guest ot Mlss Ituby Bodeker, 11. company wlth MIhs Montague, at tho Bljou, to attend the play ?lvon for Lho Homo for Noedy Confed? erato Women. '*?? ?,?*, Tho booths have'all been a great'-~e cess flnanclally, and tho ladlos havo ull worked most "alttifully. Bp.cJul mentlon ls clu* the restaur^nt. Mrs. L. O. Miller'-chalrmun. ; Mra. nichardson rpports a flno pleco of iWork for salo from her booth. Mlss Lllly Savngo was voted a flne locket from the candy booth. Little Jnnot Montaguo...

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. — 27 March 1903

MARKET WASJNERT Mass of Seeurltles Slugglsh and Seml-Stagnant All Day. A FEW STOCKS ACTIVE There Was Conflnuanco of Llquldatlon In Amalgamnted Copper Until Late In Day, Whon It Was Supported. Pennsylvania Sold OfF. (By Asaoeinte. 1'roiB.) NEW YORK, March 28.?Thoro was not milTl.ient power ln tho oporutlorts ln etocka to-duy to ovorcome tho inertin. or tho inarket. nnd the mass of seeurltles was slugglsh and Beml-stagnant nll daj. Thero waa qulte an actlve speculatlon, however, ln' one or two stoeks. ' Thls morning thero was a contlnunnce of the llquldatlon In'.Amalgnmated Copper on the part of tho lnrge followlng for the ppeciilatlvo pool ln tho stock. Ihe selllng carrled It to GOMi. when support devclopuu, i hnscd upon the violent robound ln the prlce for coppor ln London. Tho stock was a sustaltilng fnctor In tho markot during tho latter part of tho dny nnd rose nt ono tlme to G9, a point ovor lnst nlght. The perslstont llquldatlon In Ponnsylva jiln. wns tho feature of tlie day. j...

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. — 27 March 1903

ONE OENT A WORD. MINIMUH ' _~?~K 25 Oinls, Om-IuMmiiu THESE ARETHEWOHDER WORKING WANT ADS. TRAT BR1HQ ORUTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM OHAH0E 25 Oenli, GMhlr.A_h.MM ONE OENT A WORD. HILF wANTBD-F?MA_.l_, Iillllll.Iinw.n WANTED, A FinBT-C-tA-lS COOK AT __ ones; 112 South Thlrd Btroet, COOK WANTBD AT NO. 4? WEBT Maln; rnust .otne well r__on~~iendedi good horiie for tha rlght purty. I.ADY TO . COLLEfcT ' NBWftPAPBR clipping-, nA-mos iand -*&??????, KNICK- i ERBOCltER ADVERTISINC* CO, New Roohelle, New. York. ._.___ WANTED, LADIES TO MAKB NBOK wear from sample; experlence not n?5?? ?ary; steady work; good pay. Bend ??lf.. addressed stampod f?_*\?l>*-_.*vJ?i' MFG, CO., 00- west ,133d Bt, New York. 8ITUATIONS WANTBD-FBMALK. RvANTED-A YOUNO LADY OF BI_ flnoment deslreg a posltion a?i ootnpanlon for nn old or Invalld lady. Mls?. CROW? DER, care thla offlce. WANTED, *f_Y A YOUNO LADY OF soveral years" experlence, posltion ?* book-ke*per, head or-asslstant; best of references. Addrc*. B. K.. o...

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. — 27 March 1903

Miller & Rhoads. j Miller 6 Rhoads. A FRIDAYSPECIAt IN LONG GLOTH. fill? piecea this morning at $ |,25 eft-h Twolve yards in eacli pioco and a flno soft finished cloth. The folks that get in early will find it on tablos in front of the white goods department. Afraid lato comers won't find it at all-dollar and a quarter is a very littlo price for tliij. cloth, While Plpue 25c Yard, Worth 40c. Not'oniy. worth It, but wouid have coat you ftfrfy'' cents If we hadnt got hold of an. Importnr, who hnd overstocked hlmself on tho most pop? ular pattern of Piquo thls spring?a Bmall-slzed cord. Ho wnB glad to un; load some nt a sacriflce. While Irish Linen Suiling, Heavy wetghts an_ nlnety Inohes wido?thlnk of that for width and IU boon no eaBy matter to got thla linen elthor. Lota of people been asking for It. Couldn't get suoh a heavy weight as we have. Dollar a yard. Corset Bargains To-day $2.00 to $3.50 Goods for $1.00 Broken sizes of O. B. Kabo, W. B. and P. D. Corsets that are first ...

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. — 28 March 1903

?i_^fiffi_^gS! 58??SBB*lSfc-| WHOLE NUMBER, 16,201, ItlCJIMOND. VA., SATtfKDAY, MAKCH 28, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS, SUfflMARY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER. WASH1NOTON, Maroh ^?~T,?rt_cJuiU?nA Vlrglnla-lnorouslnrt Pom_n,iaLu i..1.,, probably'raln lato Saturday i Sunday raln and coldor; llght, varlable wlnds. North carollna-llaln S^" ^y tttta nroha1.lv Bunday; co der Sunday, iigtu, vu-labie wlnds, beeotrtlng fresh horthwest. Tho flno weathor of yestorday and the dny beforo Wlll ??t ond;'re. according to tho weathor mnn. Up toreMCti raln mto to-dny nnd moro raln to-morrow, witn coldor temporaturo, BTA'-E OF Tll-TTlll-nMOMETER. 6 A. M.?????. S 12 M..'????. 7. 8 P. M."" A? 11 P. M..'. H 0 V. M. 53 12 mldnlght . ___, Averago. ""'' Highest temperaturo yesteVday.72 I_oweBt temporaturo yesterday.ij Menn temperaturo y*~U_rdny...bj Normal temperaturo for March........ ? I.epnrturo from normnl temperature. U ' Preclpltatlon during past 24 hours.00 MfNIATURE AI-MANAC. , March' 28, 1903. Kun rlses.0:03...

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. — 28 March 1903

?Ir. Morgan about tho formation of a ? eouthorn Seotirltlos Company to control ^/.{various Mads and Inoronso profite with v. ' Hhe Louisville nnd Nashville stuck token S?? ?>y the Seotirltlos Comphny nt ?ITO, MUTUAI? Al) VANTA 013. "It was argued," wttnesB said, "that it jg Would" be to our mutuiti Interests and ?? blight bo done if the Northern Securities ? ?; Company wont through. S This oftdod Mr, Ontes' examination, President Kc-ppler, of tho Ftoclt TCx ?hnhffo. lostlfiod that Mr. Ofttos had told ? liim, that no combination was .intended '? and' that Harria, Gates nnd Company ?''iWould lond the stock to enable shorts to ' ?over. He said the situation was oriti ?cal. No formal ahnoiinooment was made S of what Mr, Oatos said, hut ho spalto .'-.of It to several persons, and It soon ba ;' camo publlo proporty. 1 J. Mi Culp, eneo trafile manager of the Southern Hallway, Said that the Coast Line and Louisville and Nashville wero (jreghrdod moro na feeders to each other than competi...

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. — 28 March 1903

YAZOOmTA IS FtJOODED Stream of Slxteen Feet Pour Ing Through Bad Crevasse. ROAR OF RU3HINO WATER Mlghty EfTort WaiMado to ChecK tho ':? Flood byOrlb^^and Sacklng, but lt Was Beyont. T-luman Power to Stem tho Currant. (Bneclnl to'Tn. Tltnci'Dlflpstch.) OBE3BNVH.L.B, MISS., March. 27.-A itream of wator slxtoen feet deep Ib pour Jng stoadlly through a crevasso ln tho leveo seven mllos south of horo, and ls overflowlhg th.*'farmlng land Ih tho colo .ratcd Yazoo JDcj^:. Tho broak ln tho loveo Occurredeoi<*4?o'clock thls morning and the'roar'oljBBfilng watort* can oaai |y be hoard ln fW'llle. Only two hun? dred foet of .t&fleiibankment gavo way nt flrst and a~rnl.?hty orTorl wns mado by hundreds or laborers in chargo of tlie government;eiydriqers to c hock tho.rush l?g flood by fcWbbing and sacklng, but lt wa* soon apj-afont that It was beyond human powor-sucoeHsfully to combat tho realstlOBS fury.of tho curront. An hour later It was seen that tho enas of the leveo on elther slde o...

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. — 28 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch Pufcllth* Dill)/ ?nd Vt?My ti Ho, 4 North Tenth Itreet, Rlehmond, Vs. Kntered January it, 1903, at Rleh mand, Va.? ?? ??cond'Cless MWHr, under Aet ot Con.' greta of March 3, 1B79. Tht DAILV TIMES-DISPATCH II a6l6 lt t oenta ? eopy. __,?u . Tha EUNOAY TIMES-DISPATCH l? ?old at 6 eents ? eopy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by'????-; eo eents ? month, *3.oo ? y??r, ia.80 for ?Ix months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by ????? |2.r00a year. Tha DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln* eludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 eents per week. .?_.'?_, The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. JAII Uhslgned Communlcatlons wlll De MReJeoted Communlcatlon. wlll not be returned unless accompanled bystarnps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER 8, no. B19 East Broad Street. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, THB 5HACKELF0RD BILL UN CONSTITUTIONAL. We have received the followlng com munloatlon: __i"?v._i I Edltor of The Tlmes-Dlspaton.*. Slr -From an artlclo ln your pa...

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. — 28 March 1903

ONE CENT I - wnnn. mm Pharos 25 Cents, fl-ahlnlrfvMHfl? _ l? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. t MINIMUM OHAROE 25 Conio, CaahlnAdvanoa ONE OENT A WORD. WANTED, LADIE8, ALBO ???, TO copy lettore nt homo and return to usi good ?nyi strictly, genuine. Address EXCELBIOR MANUFACTURING CO., U, Cleveland, O, WANTED, A NURBB for old! reforeiiL__ 1001 Floyd, Avenue. ?TANTED, A UOt?Bl?MJtlDl . ALSO A NURSE for a child nearly three years old! references roqolred/" Apply at No. WANTED, LADIES -, TO MAKE NECK wear from sample; experience not neces? sary i steady worlti'gbcW bay, Bend Self addressed st?mpod' on>N>fope. IDEAL MFG, CO,, 60S WestjlMd St., New York, 8ITUATION8 WANTED?FEMALE. Wanted, by a young lady of ? several years' experience, position as book-keeper, head or assistant; beet of reference?. Address H. K., ear? this of? fice. . . ?_ WANTED, AT ONCE, POSITION BY ?n experienced lady stenographer, with food references. Address Miss J., car. his ...

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. — 28 March 1903

JJ^eNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Vm^niaa ACONITE BYMISTAKE Young Man ln Norfolk Has a Very Narrow Escape. DELEGATES TO ATLANTA W. H. Qates Is Sent to Jall for Failure toKeep Lavatorles of Oommerclal Hotel In a Sanitary Conditlon or Qive Up Bulldlng. (Speclal to Tbo Timti-W-P-tch.) ' NORFOLK, VA., March -7.-J. W. Vaughan, aged twenty-nln,e years, of Franklln, Va., who came to Norfolk twelve months agp, and has boen clerk ing for Councllman J. 0. Pltt at the latter's Chapol-Street store, had a nar? row escape from death to-day by taklng a teaspoonful of aconlte. Mr. Vaughan became vlolently slck shortly after he had awallowed tho drug, and but for the faot tliat he vomltod a largo part of the aconlte, Uie resuR mlght have been fatal. Mr. Vaughan says ho took the aoonlta by mlstake for splrits of nitre, intended for fever. The, druggist. from whom tho aconlte was bought last night. says that aconlte was ordered and slgned for as poison, W. H. Qates, of the Commorc...

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. — 28 March 1903

HAYWOQPTO BE Applicatlon and Habeas Cor pus Proceedlnfls to Begln. SHQPS OF jjjjjjj SEABOAfcD The Ralelgh Plant WW Soon Be Very Much Enlarged,"aa"the Portsmouth Bhops are Very} Mjjjch Overwork ed?Confederate Reoords. (SpecUl to Tb* Tlmes-DUpatch.) RALEIGH, N. d, March 27,-One of the leadlng counsel for Erneat Haywood, whose trial for the kllllng of Ludlow Bklnner has been postponed untll tho July torm of Wake Court, lntlmatfcd very clearly to-day that there wlll be ati ap? plicatlon for a wTit l6f babeaa corpus ere many weeks?ln;1 fact; just as soon as tho case for the Wfehse can be gotten trell In hand. NWfft-t*1 Haywood nor hls frienda relish tfi.'-'fuea of hla lylng In jall through the hot'day. and nlghts of May and Juno.' lt' e*_nnot be sald yet when -the move.i foe, habeaa oorpus and ball will be marje,?but lt can be counted on ae a eertalnr,y- tljat It wlll be. lt ls stated hore on-goorl authorlty that the .Ralelgh shopa of the Seaboard Alr Line are eoon to bo re-equlpped and ...

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. — 28 March 1903

MANN BILL*. FULL TEXT Measure Whlch ls Creatlng Great Interest. HAS PASSED THE SENATE And Wlll Now Be Taken Up by the House, Whlch Wlll Likely Causo n Long-Conllnuod and ? Warm Debate. Tho full tost of tho Mann llquor blll poctlon of tho gonoral revonuo moasuro, whlch has beon approvod by tho Sonato and ls now pondlng ln the House, la as follows: "W'lien such applicatlon haa been en? dorsed by tho commlssloner of the rev? enue 'referred to tho Corporation Court of tl e clty of-.' ns tho caso may be, 'or when ln towns ot over llve hundred lnhabltants, b-oied on the last United Stnte,. census ln whlch pollce protectlon Is offorded. or wh?n applicatlon ia made by any porson. Srtnership or corporation, owning. .or Operatlng a hotol at n. hca th resort tuv?; Ing a natural mlnera spring or sRuaUd hv tho sea or any largo body of salt water connocted there with. Or whon Tuch applicatlon Is mado for 1 Icenaes to be exerclsed ln any communl y ln a coun? ty, eontlguoua to a clty, though^suph n...

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. — 28 March 1903

BEARS WERE i!rff>_A (. VERYWIVE ___-?' Made Well Organfeed Attack on Stock Prices. VIOLENT CHAN-ES MADE -T-ioT? ? ln Nearly AH Sta^'Openlng PrlcM Were Hlghest of, tb*.'-ay-There / Were Som-'Q^ck Rall'ea at tha?"?.9i'cWe* (By AmoelsU'4 Pru?i.) NBW YORK, Maroh *T.-Thore appear? ed ln the Btock markot to-day a power _ul, reaourdeful and. Well orgonlxeel bear party. Tho market provad unable to witbstand the aggrosslve tactlcs ot thls elotnont, and somer violent changes ro aultod. The openlng spurt In prices thls morning was nominally' based upon the action of tho So.rcW? of Treasury ln resumlng rofundltu^"rfJ>orat ons. |ut tlo profosslonal bear !pjvr*-.ovidehtly had Ita part in forclng .thcsoflpenlng bul_o ln pricea, and they V-eMMfreeiy from the atart. Tbe flrst tiHUht ot tho day wore almost without ftjfifftjion tho hghoat. Almost Immedlatelyii tlje Blgnlflcant sell? lng In PennBylvanla. mado Its appearance agaln. Tlio bondflcttrlos by tho stock aubserlption ;prlvllei-!#.rseemod ...

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. — 28 March 1903

Miller 6 Rhoads. Miller 6 Rhoads. Warners Rust-proof "Gaiety" A stralght-front; model with the me* dium-short skirt, stiiting the average form. The front line is decided.y straight and the pattern over the hip allows the spring at the waistline that lengthens the waist line and controls the hip. Jt is a dellght? ful summer corset of Batiste, 18 to 30 inches?$1.00, Special Cotton Values In the Basement for Saturday 8c Bleached Cotton, 6 l-4c Yard. 9c Bleached Cotton, 7 3-4c Yard. Short lengths, full yard wide, Wid nu extra soft-finished fabric. pt Unbleached Cotton, 5c Yard. Extra heavy round thread and a yard wide. Its tho best 7o grade thats made. Tho large amount of buslncss wa aro doing In our regular line of Cot tons onablos us to tuke advantage of ovory suoh opportunity as thls for se? curlng the Bhort pieces from tho reg? ular output of tho mllls, and oftorlng them to you at much below their val- , ue. /hu^^SC^^ c 00090000000**669000*****\ ! Social and \ 1 ZPei'sonal \ tn ? 00...

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. — 29 March 1903

EDITORIAL ?! SECTION. m THREE SECTIONS. |V THE ?gft$^$SP|? !SL I WHOLE NUMBER,? 16t202,y RICHMOND, VA,/SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1903. PRICE FIV? CENTS. IN No Other State Has Con? tributed So Largely. hold high places : in adopted Home Chattanooga Is First Cousin of Old Dornlnlon Capital. MAYOR OF THE CITY WAS. t EDUCATED IN VIRGINIA HI? Father >.Wa?. a. Virginian, and, the List of T(ios3 from This State Who are Prominent in Ten? . ' nessee is aLongandln ,;, ?terestlng One?Many > Familiar Names. By Henry M? Wlltie, , ' .CHATTANOOGA. TENN.. March 2S? Virginia and Tennessee are , mother and daughter. Richmond and Chattanooga aro first cousins. Jn theoxtent of manu? faclurlng Interests Richmond Is the only city In the South that outranks Chatta? nooga. No other Stato has contrlbuod so much to the population of Tennessee as Vir? ginia, < end the colony of Virginians? In Chattanooga arid"'suburbs ' Is'large;" By the Federal census? of? 1800 -there -tvnro tnftho City proper CM native Vir...

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. — 29 March 1903

W**?trmtt" unrfiMlhleJMy Intended by the !;; : ifAmern of the Constitution, and especial G Ir that part -which referred to tlie Cm?' flotation Commission, to put nil the ?"'' ' powers for ?ranting of refusing charters 1 ' iti the 'hntxls of" ono eenlrtO btidy, who ?Wer?* bound, under lnw lu ?rant thft :? Bhsrter when tho requirement? of tho Jaw In such eases had been compiled Willi. It wns furthor Intended to linvo all 'V ?unii charters and Information relative thereto filed at ono place, and not to ?? , h*re the information, ? s at present, kept ?? MJAJ't 1 tho Uallroad Commissioner's of? fice, part In Ilia Auditor's omen, and pnrt | In the Secretary of tho Commonwealth's bftice, , OLD SYSTEM UNC? ???? BD. Instead of th?s tfio object wns to have all Information-In regard to tho nnmos, stockholders, ofllcers, attorneys, etc.. of ? ' any and ?11 corporations kept on record in ono central office, from which nil proper Information could be gotten dl reel bv V- ?. public. It would seem,...

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. — 29 March 1903

's Easter Opening. .;. Oitr 9few ?tasicr ?Suits ... ; Weliavo tho most striking and bewitching creations in Tailor? Mude Suits. You hiive;but; to "glance at tho onormoue array of .clover creations to realize that wo are the stylo leaders in euits, Tailor Mado Stilts, alMvool granite cloth, blouse jackets, shoulder capes, piped wltlt. satin, blottso finished with cut-steel buttons, full puff sleeves and Ilare'tl''skirt? ,?......;.<>,....'. ?............. ,$to.oo English Walking Suits, light gray mixtures, nobby double-breasted jackets, taffeta lined, perfectly tailored skirts..',..?.-............$15.00 Louis XIV Suits, cloth and ctamine jackets, finished with shoulder capes and nicely, trimmed,? lucked and tunic skirts. ,$25.00 and $30.00 ; High Grade Novelty Suits, in fancy mixtures, copies of imported models, at most moderate prices. ... So od Sic ir i S&arffa/ns ... OUR LEADER ? All ? Wool,' Light? weight Melton Skirls, cut in the new 7-goro Ilare, lapped scams, bottom o...

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. — 29 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch Publliht* Billy end Weekly it ?a 4 NiMH Tenth etreet, Richmond, V?. entered January 71. 1903. ?t Rieh' mond, V?,, As Second-Class Metter, under Aet of con* greti of March 3, 1879. Th?'DAILV TIMES'DI&PATCH I? told ?t e centt a copy.. The SUNDAY flM?S'btSPATCH te teld it ? cent? a copy. | DAILY TIME9-DISPATCH by mill? 60 eentt ?month, IS.0O a. year, $2.60 for six months, $1,60 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mill, . l?.oo a year. The DAILY TtMES-DlSPATCH, In? cluding Sunday, by Carrier,,? centt,per "week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, ? cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES'DISPATCH, $1.00 year. , All Unslaned Comm'unloatlons will be \ rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamp?. Uptown Office at T, A. MILLER'S, No, 619 East Broad Street, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1903. CUR STATE INCOME TAX. If any one will recall the great tmpor-, tanoe which was attaohed to the provision In ?the. Wilson Tariff Law of 1804 fot an I...

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