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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

RURAL FREE DELIVERY Virginia Well Up In List of States In Number of Routes ISSUES OF NEXT CAMPAIGN Tariff Reform Will Be a Ohlef One-Ben? ator Morgan Say? tt Doesn't Mat? ter WheiW Candidate Waa Bolter or Not Tho Tlmes-Dlspfttoh Bureau; No. 1417 O Btreet, N, W., Washington, D. 0? Maroh 28. "Virginia etands well Up In tho list of States In the matter of rural free deliv? ery routes," eald an official of the Fost offlc? Department to-day. "Tine Virginia peoplo appear to have taken well to tho system from tho first, and I do not ro call that more than one or two routes established have ever been discontinued, \ New routes are bolng established In the Stato every day. Tou know there are already more postoffices In Virginia than In any other State of the Union except Pennsylvania." i It was impossible to learn the exact 'number of rural freo delivery routes In Virginia. It was stated tliAt there were more In the Fifth District than In any other, though the Ninth Is closo after the Fifth....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

A CORNER IN The Browns Descended frpm a "Worthy" of England* A Religion Founded by a Member of the Family. (By Eleanor Lexington,) The Blown family traces Its lineage to Christopher Brown of Hawkedom, Suffolk county, England, and through him to the ?noient family of the borough of Stam I ford hi Lincolnshire, which was the seat \ of tho Brown family for 100 years and 1 more, The oldest son of Christopher Brown, for services rendered to the king, could ?Ppear with his head covered Ih the pre? sence of the king, lue heirs and suooess 1 ore, and of all great mon, lords Bplrltunl ?nd temporal.nnd all othor persons whom? soever of tho kingdom. Ho ran It od as one of the "worthios" of England. '.One ot, tlio principal ornamento of Stamford Is All Saints' Church. This wtsa built.by John Brown, wlio, with his wife, Is burled thero. A stcoplo was added' to the ohurch by tliier eon, William. A brass ?- plate comm?mor?tes the fact and records . that William'Brown won a merchant of a "very wond...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

FINE DEPOT AT BRISTOL Splondld Now Union Passen? ger Station to Open. j THE NEW SECRETARY ? Poll?emariJ'Oelebratee .the Fifty?ninth Anniversary ofHIa Birth arid the Twenty-ninth of His Duty on the Police Force. , (Special to Tli? Tlme?-t)l?p?tcli.) BRIHTOli, VA., March l?J.?Mr, and Mr?. Clarence King are nt horn? after a pionsant ? visit-, to the parents of Mrs. King, at Lotie .View, Texas. ? Mr. and Mrs! George M.'Fleck, ?f Ph|l iidolphla, are guests of tholr son, Paul W. Fleok, and family on Alabama Street. Mr?. F. L. Oatee, a German Captisi evangelist, ot -Ohio, has been conducting revival services at the '.Linwood Street Baptist Church. Her sermons have proven, of great .interest to those who ' havo uttendod, II. A. Mttuk, a well known traveling man, who has been on the roud In i?ast Teiinesse.se and Southwest : Virginia for u number of j/ear?, nus accepted aposl ,tlon with? tlio -, wholonaio firm of Ma lioney, Jones Sc Co., and will bo In tho house, Mis? Nellie Pemborton, of Ho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

isjjss METHODIST CONFERENCE Fourth Day of the Sessions In Frederlcksburg, REPORTS ARE RECEIVED The Report of Treasurer of Foreign ',. Mission Board Gives Collections Re? ceived From the Different Dis? tricts?Preaching for To-day. / (Specilli to The Tlues-Dlepetch.) FREDKRIOKSBURG, VA., March 28.? Tho fourth day's session of tho Baltimore Conference of the Methodtat Episcopal Church, Soutii, opened this morning with a full attendance tit 9:30 o'clock, Bishop A. Coka Smith In the ohalr. Tho reli? gious services were conducted by Dr, Seth Ward, of Nashville, Tonn. Lelcher Stephen Shlreas, a local preach? er, was elected to deacons' orders. Dr. George' B. Win ton, editor of the Nashville Advocate, was Introduced to the conference and mado a stirring speech In behalf of his publication. Dr. Campbell, of tho Virginia Bible So? ciety, was Introduced, and mado an ear? nest appeal In behalf of ihlHWork, urg? ing the wide circulation of tho gospel. Bishop J. C. Granbory. of Ashland, was ' int...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

Captain Scott and His Men Had Trying Experiences. SHORT RATIONS FOR DAYS Dog? Died ?nd Progr?? Wat Seriously Impeded ?yfpgT-Lleut. Shaokleter. Burst Blood Vaaaal In HI? Lunga ?nd Only Hla Pluck Saved Him. (By Associated rrsss.) -JpTTlLETON, ?. 55? March ?.-Th? ?ledgin?vpartlea or the British anUrotlp ?hip Discovery, whose experiences were reported by the' relief ehlp Morning on the latter'? arrival'her? Wednesday, en KBged In much haaardotia work. The dash eolith ward of Captain Scott,'of the Discovery, ?a a result of whtoh ha. reached latitude 82.1T south; ?aa at-: tended by great hardship?. 'The softened ?now told muiokJy on tha doge, which all died. The party had only a month'* provisions, when ?hey 1?" the (southern? most depot, and therefore it wae impos? sible to continue aouthward without In? viting disaster. The return Journey waa' roost trying. The party were on short rations for five dtvye and their progress was seriously Impeded by ' fog. Lieute? nant Shackleton burst a b...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

_ ? i M? ORE CENT WORO. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance l_Bt__ ?G? THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. ?s MINIMUM ORARSE 26 Cants, CaahlnAdvano? ONE OENT A WORD. iti? ?* 1 ??/ HELP WATlTEb^PEMALE, WANTED MILLINERS AND MAKERS. Apply THALHME1VB._ ?^WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED ?OOlC Apply nt once l?-l West Franklin Street References required. WANTED, A COOK. ?APPLY. MQ'S$y?t morning, third fiat. 121 South Third , Street. _?_ ?AniMst?ND GBNTLEM EN TO CO ? Y letlois at homo; ?? per .1,000 for a ?bort letter, pnlrt weekly. Call C. D. HAIS LEY, 2905 East Mnrsliall Street._ PL?TN WRITERS EVERYWHERE; spato timo evenings, 19.60 week: steady horn? work; self-nfldressed envelope, full pftrtletilars. MANAGER. Dept. S, US, Box Mil. Philadelphia, G?. W?NT^V?to??ALE SHIRT-MAKERS; giioil wni;??? paid. Steady work. Ci IR CONSTABLE, GIB East Main St., second floor. ? WA?cr?DDr"l^VD?l?s"FOR COLLECTING) .nnd canvassing for proposition that takes like wild fire; an-opp...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

e* ONE CENT '?? WORD. MINIMUM ONARBE . 26 Cents, Caili In Advino? ???'??????JSPA?'SM?ASf ?mpn? ?wnwimew??*< THESE ARE THE WOHDER WORKING WANT M. TH?T BRINO 0HE?TEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHIME 25 Cento, Cash la Advaneo OHE GENT A WORD. !jt! HELP WAMTEO-F?MAL?. WA NTED. A NEAT YOUNO CO LO RE p girl ?H nurse; good references required. Culi at 313 South. Fourth Street. WANTED, > EXpSmiaNt'IS?'./SAJjteS. ' ludios and ?lock boyu. Apply -at ,tt? ? ?. MlTTELDORKt?lV8\vNtv 217 East Broad Stroot. WANTED, ?? EMPLOY, RELIADLE white woman t? 'assist Inlinusokcoplii?. References a? to character,/,?(?.. in fiulrctl. Address M tifi, CHARLES D. arti WEN. 181S ,i???tj;il?crJ_.f?t!;iei.;--;--. SITUATIONS WANT EP?FEMALE. WANTED,' BY AN . BXPKRIENCED . housekeeper, a position for tho.huiiiifi? as aiiHlBtant housekeeper! either iti Iho country or al mulinier IfiBort? Addi?ss WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, care Ibis _ office, l'__. .^_. ^TTFwanT?d?"m a"L"e.~". wanted," a young man about 20 year? of ago for storo;...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

MECKLENB'G Ite Formation from Lunenburg and Its Name. THE FIRST COUNTY COURT First Business to Engsgo Attention Wns tho Regulating of Prices to Be Charged by Inns, for Rum, Brandy and Cider. Mecklenburg county was fanned from j Lunenburg.In 1764, and named "Mecklen- ? burg" In honor of the Queen of George | the Third, Who, before her marriage, was ! Charlotte, of Mecklenburg-Strollu. LU- ? neiiburg county was formed from Brims? ? wick In 1716 and named In honor of : George the First, who .was Duke of! ? Brunswlck-Luneburgh?Lunenburg being ! the Anglicised form of Luneburgh. Brunt,- j wick.county?named In honor of the Oer? : man House of Brunswick?wns formed In 1721 from Surry and lslo of Wight, which j were'two of the original eight shires Into! which Virginia was divided in 16,14. iWhen our mother county, Lunenburg,1! was first formed as a county It embraced all that territory which Is now contained in the counties of Mecklenburg, Charlottu, Halifax, Pitlsylvsn'la. Bedford and Camp...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

-?CTM^ io?a? '?Saw one of them pampered Boston terriers to-day. Two bpys?n.the offing." 'Theboys wimdiaboHcal Running'wiled the Boston pet.^ "Then they tied an old bone on the chain/and started't? stfip" ... . ..-',-, * : Y ? ? / I. "B?ston!dog very indignant. Me to the bone!" "Boys run into Policeman O'Mitt at corner. Boston dog yelping.'* "Policeman O'M?tt gathers boys in. , Boston dog still yelping. Right tasty bone." ' Lady turns 'rouna and hollers, Oh? you've swallowed my TootsieP" " O'Mitt returns Boston pet, Boys escape. I get.the bone, all right ! "

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

Am?ricain Machinery Being Introduced in German Factories. By FRANK G. CARPENTER (Speolnl ?ori?ep?BtIenceu o? The Times Dispatch,)-' BEBL?N, March 'ES.-Gerin?ny Is trying te fight the American ihvnsion by import ' Ing American machinery and American ;?;.?method?, it is Bendine (ielegatlons to tho United States Vstudj? jjbur factories, and a large number of-Amorlcan oxperts have liten brought over to teach the uso of , etir machinery. ' Nearly every large fnc tory In tho empire has more or less American tools, 'and. 1 havo gone through nome In which tho American labels and trade-marks havo been chlppod off and German name plates tacked on In their . jilaces. The Germans are very jealous of our trade advancement, and the manufac I turer? say thoy con soil goods more easily if. tholr customers think thoy havo been muda with Gorman machinery. I hnve already epoken of tho American sjinpinnklng tools. These are being used with American experts -behind thorn, but so fiir their produce has n...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM FOREIGN CITIES AND CAPITALS THE SEASON HAS BEGUN Balmy Spring Days Succeed Blustering Weather. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Remarkable Fact That Every One of the Eight Ladles Who Were His Brides? maid? Are Still Alive?Lon? don Gossip. LONDON, March 28.-An interesting . ??ct In connection with'the, recently cele? brated fortieth annlvors?ry of tho, wed? ding day of the King and Queen is ?at ewery one of tho eight ladles who acted as bridesmaids on thai occosion In St. Gcorge'a Cnapel, Windsor, in 1S63 are Bill) alive. . They are Lady Victoria Scott, Who afterwards bocarn? Marchlonosa Of Lar nlu; Lady Vlctorlu Howard, who has re? mained unmarried, Lady Agneta ' Yorke, now Lady Agneta Montagu, Lady Fno dora ' Bertlei Lady Diana Beadclerk, how Lady Diana Huddles ton, Lady georgiana Hamilton einco the wife of Lord Winter ton, Lady Elma Bruce, now Lady ! Thur ? ? ;low, and Lady.Elanor Hare, now Lady lion cage. ? '. ' - London season. The London society seaaon ot 1903 wjilcb . ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

"BEFORE THE DAWN," A STORY '" ' OF RICHMOND IN WAR TIMES "A Virginia Girl in the Civil . War;" Again, This Time From a Feminine Point of View. "Personal Reminiscenses of Prince Bismarck" BOOKS AND AUTHORS; COMMENT AND GOSSIP Northhrn Authors and Their Raids on the South; Sto? ries of the Florida Coast; ' 1 Dramatization of "The Pit; "J? P. MV? Iden? tity Revealed by Death. BEFORE THE DAWN. By Joseph A. Alteheler. Doubleday, Page & Co., publishers, New York. ?1.60. Richmond and Virginia are the back? ground ot this story, and the tlino is placed during the interim from just bo fore the battio of tho "Wilderness t? the fait of Petersburg, and the ' consequent evacuation of Richmond. The name?? and figures of a good many Confederate no tables?President Davis and his Cabinet end'several generals?are used to add to the studied local color ot the oook; nnd the usual contrasting love motif Is sup? plied by a Confederate captain and a beautiful Federal spy. It Is not a satisfac? tory bo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

THE COPPER INDUSTRY Profitable Deposits Are Work* ed In North Carolina. PERSON COUNTY MINES For Forty Year? or More Mining For Copper Has Been Carried on Ina Desultory Way?The Rockefeller? Are Interested. (Special to The Tlmei'Dlspatcfa.) DURHAM, N?? C., Maroh 28,-But little ia written In the papers concerning the copper mining Industry of North Carolina, fend few peoplo ore aware of its magni? tude arid possibilities. Th? growing de? mand for this metal has greatly Increased the Interest In Its mining, and th? future will reveal that North Carolina is rich inthls'ore. Some of the developments already mado would, if tho location was In the went, create a mining furore equal to tho early.days of mining In California .' end trio territories. \, There Is a copper belt In Person county, that,extends over and into Halifax county Virginia, supposed' to be about twenty five miles In length,-possibly longer, and somoythrce miles In width. .Tho most ac? tive points aro about eight and ten mi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

? Separate Skirts to Be Worn With a Change of Waists* . ?, *. ? ?, ,*.*.*^>/**fcrK?xly*..**<vt>^ytxflytx*?**lyt><ty^ Etamlno with Applique of White' Etamlne with Russian Drawn Cream French Voile wlth'Cl.uny In? , Cream etamlne with Bob-Net and Silk Pale Castor French roadcloth with Silk Grapes. Work. \ ,'sertlon. Lace Insertion.. Braid and Dahnlere.. ?^IDADY'S Summer wardrobe will not bo completo un JYl less she has at least one or two protty, odd skirt3 to be worn with dainty waists. These skirts are beautiful this season, and oven one of them with a change of waists gives you a variety of stylo. Thoy arc known in whites and creams, as well as In handsome designs In black, made of etamlne, French violo, basket cloth and broadcloth. They arc, of course, loaded ?'? down with lace and fancy silk ornaments and braid. ~" 'This Is a season of braids and laces, and tho skirts have to ta.es. their 6hnro ns well as tho waists. In fact, the question of material Is of little co...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

5' ? . _ ' ' ? ? r gKooI for By M^ II i* - ? ? no?sewives ! ? ??*-? r X xs. rv d h*J*A0^**n*>+*<?s**Js<l*****^*^^ A TEMPTING CHAFING DISH LUNCHEON A SPRING time luncheon for two* which contains one hot dish, sandwiches,, fruit, cakes and coffee, may.be cosily served with the aid of a quoting, dish, on a ?mall table In the sitting room.;/" Creamed shrimp on toaet Is the hOt? dish selected. It Is simple enough to be successfully prepared by a novice. Beat In a chafing dish the yolks of two eggs, half a cup of .cream, a tcospoonftll of anchovy sauce. Stirali tho while'with a wooden.spoon; when the cream'begins to thicken put In half a pint of boiled shrimp. Let the shrimp get hot, but do not allow to cook long enough for the eggs to curdle. Serve on strips of toast, To make th?, lettuce sandwiches,-, cut , the bread out with a sandwioh^cutter,? removing all crust The lettuce Is put intovstrlps, not minced. These;-are "put between the buttered slices of bread and well moistened...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

PAPER Mow General Miles Had Pres? ident Davis ShacKled?. THE, LATEST STORY TOLR Comparison of ft With the Statements of Dtjcrof Craven's Book?Other Wer- Incl?ents and Re4 minticene?? Aw unpublished account of the tmprie tonmf-nt of President Davis, written olevon, ?yea-re,*??, .by Captain ?Jerome B. Titlow, Company ?* 'Third Pennsylvania* heavy artillery?, the rnnn who placed tho irons , ton .the Wrists of ^Ihe -President of the . Confederacy, was read ono flight last Xveok by Df?. Elmer R. Reynolds, eenlor Vice-?30mman?k?r '.pt Lafayette ? Post, . No.? &0, <x. A?. Rv, at. a meeting of tho .post, at -No. 618 ??Ttntn Street,, -Washington?, tor?, -Rey-noMs stated that he met Captain -Tittaiw 1ft ^>rth''Dakota fifteen .years ?go ?and requested... iiit? to write th? true fetory of MY?, l^avte'e inc-arceratlon at -??rtress Monroe."- ' Thte Captain Tltlow dldV'awd 4>s.'??yrioM? now has In his ?iotwe?Rkm the only cow of the paper in oxt?loe?noe. E*. ?teyiroWla r.tated that Cap...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

SPECIAL PAGE FOR TIMES-DISPATCH BOYS AND GIRLS WMMW1MWWWIAAAMWW?M?AMW? STORY TELLING MACHINE ?\ Bis f ismal Thinge Happen to the Enemy of the Owner of the Red Flannel Night Cap. VI. Olssatisfied with the effort? of hit story? telling machine, the little old men, who Is looking for ilhe Ctood Times we used to have, telle th?ohlldreh a story himself. It Is about a red flannel night cap vrhlci was given to him by his fairy godmother. With this night cup on his bead the luoky mortel could ?foresee danger teoV foretell events. The little old MI ?ears it with Im '? mediate result*. , WALL?? WANDUBOON paused and looked Up at the sky?If It could be called a ekr?end seemed to be reflecting, following the di? rection Of hi? eyes, Drusllla looked up and gava an exclamation ot surprise. The sky was Ot a deep copper color, and the marking? overhead were like those she had always obsorvod on the moon, only they were a thouesnd times larger. "Name er goodness;" she exclaimed; "I b'llovo do moon is...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 March 1903

ALPHONSE AND GASTON IN LONDON. Thev Meet the Earl of Ohttmley on April First. Oat THE LODE OF LULU MND LEMUEn. ???? ?!--tZTi 1. LEANDER: "Ah! A telesr?ur? from, Mr. Peaohtree. 'Lulu has flown. She Is lost to us forever.' Call at house at once. She left ?orne time this morning.' " 2. LEANDER: "Quick, boy, an ambulance I No, no, not an am? bulance. I mean a cab. Quick, quick!" 3. LEANDER: "Ye goda! I have been betrayed ! She has eloped ! She has run off with another ! She never loved mei l.wlll follow her over the earth !" 4. LEANDER: "Oh, this Is awful, awful I All my hopes crushed. My life Is a barren waste. Ah, here comes Mr. Peachtree now." 5. LEANDER: "Oh. Mr. Peachtree' Tell me,tell me all. Tell m about this dreadful thing." < LULU'S POPPER : "Be calm, my dear boy? be calm. Be seal ed and I will tell you all. *-,<f*s;m,t??n*-?_S-t mu'UHTu^ ? this mo' ???? I our tro L?^'S POPPER: "You ?e?, It wai thl? way. W*?"^??? nomSj we went aa usual to look for Lulu, and behold, she wa...

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. — 31 March 1903

???^HM^I^HOLE; NUMBER, 16,203, RICHMOND; VA, TUESDAY, MARCH 81, 1008. PRICE TWO .CENTS?' ?^ SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. ?WASHINGTON, March 80,?Forecast for , Tuet-day and Wednesday! ? ?. , ? > Virginia and North Carolina-Fair Tues? day! warmer .In mat portion, Wednesday ra.lt?i fresh northwest to west wind?. Sundrty and'yesterday wore'raw, tin pleasant days.? A lino ;hall foil Sunday night, followed.by rain, which foil heav? ily and continuously- for hours. Fair woathor la promised for to-day and to.? ? morrow. STATE OP THE THERMOMETER." ?A.M. ..'. *i ? 12 M. 49 ?) P. M,. 62 ? V. M,?...,.W 6 P. M. ? 12 midnight.48 Average.?'???.?*8>/_ Highest temperature yesterday.;. 62 Lowest temperature yesterday.Al Mean temperature yesterday.....40 : Normal temperature for March,... ...?48 Departure from normal? temperature. 02 MINIATURE ALMANAC, 'March 31, 1603. Bun rise?.6IG9 I HIGH TIDE. Bun sets.,.;.'.(1:30 I Morning.....6:14 Moon Beta.0:32) Evening........'....0:42 RICHMOND. Str...

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. — 31 March 1903

? iiv- '.:""?-"'..'-??~?"*?'?~??? ??,' UM?? the 1?t*??1*????, he directed them !?G ifoi.jrWWd further, with particular ref* w?ik? te' learnt?? now fiif the dwarf.* ?!,."'m?ht bMl'been uwd lit the past for the jBurpoee ari*tyin|i pclilltml rt?>hlii. tJnt?ns those who know be ghuatly mistaken ah ttivesllttnUon tilptijf tills Une Is ming to ' traduce ?oandnls. It'wrts generally utiflef? ;. stood that Mr. McetClbley made Perry T. ???'' Heath first aselatant postmastdr-aeiieral In order to have. In the deportment a ''? man whom he could rely upon In the ' .mfltter ofdlsti-ibntlng ?nUonage In pay? ? went of pre-fitection promises, : Th? Republican pomiciane think Mr. ?-> ?oowveU had better *n-i? Up In the mat? ter of lintflUgatton?. But those of the ?rentrai publie Who' know of the way In ?whliSh the business of the department 1? being conducted" are backing the Presi? "dent and'Assistant Pestmnstw-aeneral Wynne, who are,for,pushing tho probe. It Is generally? b?tlfivea that the Pre...

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