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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 2 April 1903

??spara TM? ?S?, ?^SSS?S-.lSfl WHOLE NUMBER, 16,205. RICHMOND, VA? THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1903. PRICE TWO GENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. Washington, Aprii i.-Fordcast for Thursday ?nd Friday! ? Virginia?Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday! fresh south winds. ? North Carolina?Fair Thursday and Fri? day; fresh southwest to wosfwnds. ' The mercury ascended considerably yes? terdny, wiping out the huit traces of the cool spell. To-day, according "to the fore 'cast, It will bo epmewhat cloudy with temperature practically unchanged. 'STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. ? A.M..50 M M..'....'.?........ 70 ? P. M....,.74 I P. M.. 72 ? ? P. M....CO U^mldnlght. 69 -:;-'?>' Average.G31-0 Highest temperature yesterday........ 74 Lowest temperature yesterday........ 48 Moan temperature yesterday.... 01 'Normal temperature for April. 55 Departure from normal tomperaturo.. W Precipitation during past 24 hours.... 00. 1 MINIATURE ALMANAC. April 2, 1903. Bun rises.C:E6 | HIGH TIDE. Run sots...,. 6:32 |...

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. — 2 April 1903

W'Mv,? ?1"- ' '. ;.:':/'|ll"-ti? mOflln* th?Ah in ttny y*_r elno? ?"V-lh* MtAblUhtnent o? the Rovoiiim?Mi_ W Mil, GOODM KI5TTKR. Hon. John Good*, Who has been ill for ?;' ebrn* time, was at his offlee eeveriu ' "..inure to-day, taking deposition*. I, m?t . h Ini Inking ft. walk In the *un near th* Wlilt* House about noon. He ha* nut looked In hotter health In year?, nnd he ?Mtpecta to remain well If Uie weather ?;, keep* good. . __r, J, B. T. Thornton, of Manasaa?, ? rWa* here yesterday, A gentleman familiar V IWIth conditions In the Mlghth Dlstrlot remarked rooently to the writer tiiat , * Mr. ThorhtOii Wa? the ?nl? mah In the _l_trlct who had any show to beat Mr, ' Wx?y for,Congress. Mr. Thornton ha? no Intention of becoming a candidate. The ladles of Richmond who have been ? tond of having! rummage sales for tlio , fcurp?se of ralelng>rnoney for church pur? poses will be Interested to know that, the '-' dlstrlot oo_in_Bslotier_ have decided that In order to have such sales a l...

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. — 2 April 1903

OtlWOORE Neto Chief Engineer of Man? che-ter Water Wortfs. - CHILDERS SUCCEEDS HIM Entertainment for Benefit of Daughters of Liberty?Street Improvements. Death of Mr. Wood?Mies Brown Return??Personal Note?, Manchester E;:,'cau Times-Dispatch, 1 No. 1102 Hull Stroot. J ? 'Mr. Mlko J. Mooro, of tho pump houso, In Manchester, has boon promoted to the position of chief onglnoor, mado va? cant, by tho recent resignation of Mr, Phil. Browdor. Air. John Chlldors, formerly connected with the dopartmont, has been ohosen to fill the placo vacated by Mr, Mooro. "A NOBLE OUTCAST." Mr. Tom Charles has made arrange? ments with Mrs. Annlo L. Pugh, record? ing secretary of Select Council, No. 25, ?? Daughters of Liberty, to present with "Tho Idoal Merrymakers " Mr. John A. Fraser'? beautiful melodrama entitled? "A Noble Outcast," 'for tho benefit ?f tho ? Daughters of Liberty, at. Leader Hall,' - April 17th. Tho company y;?U be composed of ?ll: the old favorites, who have been so euo ? cosatili wit...

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. — 2 April 1903

The Times-D?spatch ? mil.? ? il f*_W!?he_ Dslty < and Weekly at No. 4 UoHh Tent? dtreet, Richmond, V?. ? tntsred Janusry it, 1903, st Flieh- ' mend, Vs.? as Second-Glass Metter under Act of Con? gress of March 3? 1879i The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at ? cents ? copy? , The SUNDAY - T?MBS-DI8PATOH la , Mid at 6 oentt a copy? DAILY TIMB8.D?8PATCH by mall? ? cent? a month', ?S.?O a yean *2.W for ?Ik months, $1.50 for three months? SUNDAY TIMBS-DlSPATCM by mall, 12.00 a yesr. The DAILY TIMBS-DISPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cent? per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The Weekly times-dispatch, ?1.00 yesr. ? ., All Unstnned Communications will be rejected. . Rejected Cornmu.nlostlone will not be returned.unie?? accompanied by stamps. ?Uptown Offlos it'TI.A, MILLER'S, No. B19 East Broad Street. ?>? I THXmSDAY, APP.?- 2, 1003. ., . ? ' " ,, "I THE JAMESTOWN APPROPRI? ATION. W* have urged the mombors of tho General Assembly to be oaroful In ...

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. — 2 April 1903

TEEN AND TWENTY-ONE Youthful Couple Wed In Hen? rlco Count?* FATHER GIVES CONSENT ,... ' . . . Residents of Seven Pinos vVaht Police Protection? In Liquor Licenses to Be Granted This Month. ' ; ' , A girl of fifteen years and _ young man of twenty-one were married in Henrlco oounty yesterday afternoon. ,?: Th? contracting parti?? were Mr. Km tnott I* Puraell and Miss Lola B. Chll j dress. The young man, who I? Just of ' age, is a me?banlo, and is employed at the Kitfhinond Luuomotlvo Works. Mine ' Children Ja but fifteen. She Is the young? est daughter of W. N. and Martha F. ' ChUdreas. The marriage lloense was Is su?3d yesterday morning la tho olerk's of , lice of the Henrlco County. Court Mr. Chlldress appeared in person and gave bis oonsent to the marriage of his youth? ful daughter, ' The ceremony was achoduled to take place at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Jiardin's shop, in the oounty. Ilio Rev. i. O. Bobcock, of tho Fairtaount Melho dist Church, otlleiatod. The residents o...

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. — 2 April 1903

CHANGES AT NAVY-YARD Admiral Harrington succeeds Admiral Cotton In Command no More diphtheria The Seven Marine? Who Have, Dei veloped the Disease Are In Satlsfac* ? tory Condition -* Others Are Still In Quarantine. (Specldl to Th* Ttmes-Dlnpntcli.) ' NORFOLK, VA., April l.-Rear Admi? ral Charlos S. Cotton, who has been as? signed to commahd the European squad? ron, was relieved as commandant of the ? Norfolk navy-yard to-day at noon by ? JRear-Admlral P. F. Harrington, lato cap? tain of the New York yard. Tho marine battalion and band paraded and the flagg of both offloers were ealuted. Roar Admlral Cotton came- here July 10, 1900. trhls was his second tour of duty here? abouts, for years beforo, whon a cnptnln, - lie was In command of Fort Norfolk, tho old naval depot. Admiral Harrington comes from tho New York navy-yard, of whloh he has "been captain. He served at sea during the Spanish war, has been In the -navy forty-two years, In all of which time? he has been unemployed but th...

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. — 2 April 1903

GEOLOGISTS AREATWORK Valuable Investigations Are Planned by Mr. Holmes. SCHOOL MONEY DIVIDED Receipt? of the RalelghsPostofrlce Show a Big Increase?Opinions Handed Down by tho Supreme Court. Company Chartered. (Bpoolst to The Tlmn?.Dispatch.) : .-ttAIMiaii, N. C? April 1.?Stale O-colo gist Holmes gave out to-day tho state? ment that ?. ?3, Colter, for tho State Ceo-'' logicai Survoy and the United States Fish Commission, began to-dny the further examination of tho oyster tede In Cove 'and Pamllc?\ Bounds, Professor Ooorgo .P. Merrill, of the United States National ? Museum, nnd Mr, Lovey, of tho Stato BurSrey, will on May lilt begin an exami? nation of tho buildings and ornamental stone deposits In North Carolina. W, H. Weed, of tho United Slates, Geological Burvoy, and Mr. Watson, of tho Stato Survey, will soon make an examination of the copper deposits In the State, It- Is ascertained that In tho seventy four counties that rccolved aid from the eecond 1100,000 to mako publlo schoo...

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. — 2 April 1903

FOLLOWS UP JIB BILL BarKsdaie Wants Railroads out of Politics. FORFEIT THEIR CHARTERS Resolution to This Effect Offered In the Senate?House Passes Angell De? murrage Bill?Hospital Measure Adopted by the Senate, The Senate soselon yesterday was brief, but It was full of public Interest Senator Barksdale offered a resolution, ? which was referred, and which was de elgned to follow up his pure eleotlon bill already passed, requiring the abso? lute forfeiture of the charter of any corporation doing buslnoss In the etate which shall contribute In any way to the nomination or eleotlon of any olflcer, whether in primary or convention or at ? general eloctlon. The resolution Is Regarded as sweeping in its provisions, ?j Sind Is believed to be aimed against roll ways and other corporations heretofore laid to have token active part in the ?leotlon of men to ofllco, The remainder pf the session was devoted to perfecting the bill to amend tho law In relation to the management of State hospitals...

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. — 2 April 1903

HEAVY WEEK NOW AHEAD ? Legislature Crowded With Important Work. TRUE OF BOTH HOUSES Senato to Have Up Corporations and House to Fight Over donerai Tax? Many Other Matters of Sweep? ing Moment to the People. Tho cornine week Is going to bo?'one lull of publlo Interest at tho Capitol and both branches of tho Loglslaluro wilt bo crowded with important work. The Sonato' will bo engaged with a largo number of important measuroa of publlo moment and tho sumo la true of tho House. In tho uppor brandi tho two bills put? ting Into oparatlon tho now Corporation Commission will bo tho most Interesting up and they will 'require a great deal of timo und many strong speeches will bo mado for and against thorn and on tho various amendments -which will likely bo offered. Tho Court? of Justice Com? mittee of the Senato will llkoly ilnlah its report on tho sections of tho Code and Constitution asslgnod them by tho mid? dle of the we?k and In tho meantime a | groat flow of bills will bo offered and ro...

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. — 2 April 1903

MARKETWAS SLUGGISH Money Rato Acted as Doter . rent Influence In Trading. MARKET PROFESSIONAL h here Was Some Renewed Heavy Sell? ing of Pennsylvania and Liquidation jn Wabash?Rally In Colorado Fuel?Close Was Dull. (By Associated Pro...) ' NEW TORK, April 1.?The stock mar? ito!, dropped back into an apathetic con? dition to-day and moved in an extremely . sluggish and halting manner throughout [ho day. The money rate to-day was ev4 ? gently deterrent ihlluenco on spooulatlon. ? The whole market was strictly profes Flonal. The day's developments were not mportant and seemed of little Influence. The sub-Treasury statement, a? ox fieoted. showed that tho payment of yoe orday s draft for relief purposes In the 'hlllpptnes resulted In mailing good to the monoy market tho sub-Treasury drain Blnce Friday. Thero is still confldonco that the movements of money In the im? mediate future will be to Uio advantage of New York In the way of rel?ase o? funda accumulated for dividends and In? tores...

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. — 2 April 1903

ONE CENT ...A/ WORD. MINIMUM OHARII 26 Coal?? CaihlnAdvanca THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM GUAM 26 Geni?, QMhlnAdvaito. Ofcv OENT A WORD. HI?> WAWTBP-raMALt. Want?-),' young woman to' cooic! Appiy 1206 Provo Avenue, _ ? WANT?D, A SETTLED WHITE WO? MAN for cooking and houso cleaning, ?lthout lncumbornnce; good WSgas, Ad? res?, by letter, Is,, oare this' office, Wanted, ? re-fink) p? young ?white) WOMAN, not under ??, a? nurse or Ihfant; references required. Ad? ir?s? tire, WM. BI..OANE, South Nor? folk, Va. $11 PER THOUSAND, COPYING LET? ters at .home; either sex, 8end two stamps for particulars, blackney it CO., BOOT Halstfid Street, Chicago. .WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NBCK Wear from sample; experience not neces? sary ! steady work; good pay. Send ?elf. ?.daresKOd ?tamped envelope. IDEAI.? MFG. CO., G08 West 183d St?. New York, eiTUATIO'N8~lvAl?T?D^F?MALei , WANTED, AT ONCE, P?BITION BY an experienced lady stenographer, with good referenc...

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. — 2 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. | Miller 6 Rhoads. Easter Waists, Skirts And Gown Materials ARE READY FOR YOU. Benuli?til Silk Waists from $2,98 io $||,B0. It's ? wide rango of prices, but there's exceptional value in every one. , Take tlio lowest priced?$2,98?fo- oxaiiiplo. There's five differ-, cut stylos at this fig?re-7-tw? China, two Taffeta and one Peau do Soie At $3,98 there's ten styles, and at $5,00 wo have twelve stylos of well tailored Waists, From that up to $17i5Q it's a question of elab? orateness of make and finish. The Dress Skirts rango from $3.9S to $10, and from this wide rango thoro's ,??? or two that are fairly representative of all (as far ns value for the price I? concerned.) , An All-Wool Light Gray Homespun at $5.00. H'b porfoctly tailored and Will wear ns only a homespun can wear. Another Is a Black Ktamlne for $6.98. Coolness and comfort go along with an Etamlne Skirt. J Wool Dress Goods. It's not at all advisable to defer purchasing AYool,Dress Goods if you hope for you...

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. — 3 April 1903

Bi^patrl) THE affiaWft^aSKH I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,206. RICHMOND, VA? FHIDAY, APKIL 5, 1003. PRICE 1-WOCENTS. ~* SUMMARY OF OAY'S HEWS THEWEATHEH. WASUINGTON, Aprll X?Forecaat for Frldny and Saturday: ,. ?rlAHU, Vlrglnla-Increaalhg clotid neas Fr dnyi jbrlHl: lo hlgh iouth wlndsi Saturday ?howors and ooldor. n?ii.?i?? North Carollna-Falr Frlday; Baturday coldor, nrobably Bhoworni brlik to hl?n louth wlixifl. Yeaterdiiy wna the warmast day of the ?eauon, tho morcury roachln* 77 at a Vclock In the aftornoon. Tha ohaneei are that tho tompcrature will bo practica.iv unohanged to-day, btit to-morrow ooldor reathor la projnlsed, aooompanled by lliowora. flTATH OF THE THHRMOM10TEB. A, M. .,?. M. P. M. F. M. ?P, M. ffl U mldnlght."' ?" Averaga.-.?? ** Hlgheat temporaturo yaaterday.T? I/mcst temperaturo yoatorday. m fitean Umperaturo ycBtorday ?.m Wmal tomperaturo for Aprll.. ..i?? Eeparturo from Jiormal temPerature.. oo Pi'oclpltatlon ,durlng_past U houre.... 00 .MINlATimiSA^NAO^^ gun rlac.... ...

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. — 3 April 1903

m no further advanced towwdl Ih? ettiitfuotlon of Ilio Itthmlim ennui on our ; "' *?>m? thiUi wa had boon during the preccd? ? Ihr eighty years. I3y tho Itny-l'auncefoto ",'} treaty, mllfied in Dooombor, 1801, tin old *i?Rty with Groat Britain, which bad been ItMd to eland In tho way, wn? abrogated. ?.ha It waft tun-cod that the canni should - Im? conetruotod under the aueploee ?t the ,.?. e?Vommont of th& Unitc-t states, and that thla government'should, have the ex? clusive right to regulate and manage It, becoming the sole guarantor of Its neu? trality. It was expressly stipulated, furthermore, ? lhat this guaranty of neutrality should tint provont the United States from Ink? ing any measures which It found necea* .: ?try In order to secure by its own forcos ; the defense of the United States and the ' maintenance of public ordor. Immediately .; following this treaty, Congress passod a law,under which the Prosldent was au? thorised to endeavor lo t>ecut>Q a treaty for...

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. — 3 April 1903

THE NEW DEFENDER A WONDER %r -. ln Porm the Rellance lsof tho Scow Type. LONGER THAN HER PREDEGESSORS Length Over All ls One Hun dred Feet and Flve Inches. REDUCTION OF TONS IN THE DISPLACEMENT Tha Deck, Unllke the Constitution's, Will Not Be of Steel, But of Alumnum, Three-Elghth of an Inch Thickand Cov , ered Wlth Cork. ' Bigger Bilges. . (gpaoUl to Tlie Tlmaa-DUpatcb.) NEW YORK, Aprll, 2,-Many accountB purporting to givo tho dbrrect llnos and deocrlbo tho form of tho now cup do fieDder, Rellance, now bulldlng at tho HerroBhofta' yard, In Brlatol, U. I., havo beon prlnted, but thoy havo all been very wldn of the mark. ln form, tho new boat la a scow. Bo, far aa. iher dcadrlso la concerned, aho.ia fully os much of tho scow typb na lhe Independence, and, strangely enough, thls form has been carrled Into tho forward overhang. In' tho hull propor all of tho ?pced characterlstlca of the center-board boat havo been lncorporated, wlth the . beam of the koel boat, and at the samo tlme the...

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. — 3 April 1903

The Timas-Dispatch [? [' m i 'in ?? ?- * '' ;>ubllthM Oaliy Mi WeeWy ?t Ne. 4 { North Tenth Street, Riohmond, Va. Sntered January M, 1903. ?* R,ch* mpn*,' VA., ?? 6eeend?Ct??a Mattor, untttr Aet of C?t? flrewi of Maron 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMEB.DIB'PATCM !? aold at S eenta a eopy. The SUNDAY TIME8-DISPATCH It ?old at ? cente a copy. DAILY TIMBS-DISPATCH by ma11 60 ctnte ? monthy ?s,00 ? yeaf. 1230 fef ?Ix montht, $1.96 for three monthi. ?UNDAY TIMfiS-OISPATCH by m?H, ?2.00 a year. TM DAILY TIMBS-DISPATCH, hv eludlno Sunday, py Carrter, 16 centa por WThe SUNDAY TIMES-DlSPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. _.?_,.,.?.. The WEEKLY T1ME8-DISPATCM, H.OO year. , ,? v' All Unalgned Communlcatlons will ?? rejected. ... . u. Rejeeted Communlcatlons will not ue returned untets accompanled by ??,mP"v Uptown Offlce at T. A. MILLER'-, No. B19 East Broad Street. FRXDAY, APRID 3, 1903. _? /_ DON'T ENCOURAOE THE TRAMP. Our Petersburg correspondent haa Blven ua an Intereatlng and inatruotlve Btory...

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. — 3 April 1903

BODY THAT OFL.L.LUCK Remalns Found ln the Dock Have Been Identlfled, :WAS MISSINO MANY WEEKS Young Man Dliappeared Chrlstmas Eve, Slnce When Hla Relatives Have Used Every Effort to Locate Hlm. ino body of Ltndsay L Luck, who dls appeared from hla homa ln Fulton on Chrlstmas Evo, was found ilontlng ln tho idock early yestorday mo'rnlng, The body was dlsoovored by W. I. Elllngton at tho foot of Elghteonth Streot, who notlfled tho pollco. Coroner Taylor was Jnformed, and ho had tho body removed to. Blllupa' undortaklng parlots, whoro bo held a post morlen oxaralnatlori ut 10 o'clock. Several persons rccognlzed the body ns that of Llndaay Luck by marks on tho body, and a llttlo lator Wllson Luck Identlfled tho body aa his brothor. Tho body waa vory much deoomposed from .its. long stay in the wator. The faco was I BwoUen beypng .recognltlon. . ',, Tho unfortunate young man was twen , ty-nlne ycars of age, tlvo feet two Inches in hoight and wclghed, about 16G pounds. Ke waa attlrod ln a n...

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. — 3 April 1903

IN FRISON FOR DEBT J. H. Gurganus of North Car ollna is in Jall at Norfolk. NEGRO OUTLAW CAPTURED New Fllter Plant at Clty Water Worki / is Now In Operatlon?Young Qlrl Working ln a Sllk Mill ls Palnfully lnjured. (Bpeclal to Tba Ttmaa-Dlapatcli.! NOCRFOLK. VA.. Aprll J.-Deaplte the Impreaalon that tmprtaonment for debt ls abollshad, there la a caae of lt here-to day. The Borvlce of a ?ummorui waa made on J. BL Ourgamua. of North Caro Ilna, for a debt of, *?0.M, yeaterday, ?loubtleM wlth the Idea that he would pay rather than, go to jall. The oourt record la to the effoct that the J. W. Pert-y) company complaina to tho Court of Law and Chanoery that the defandant s an absoondlng debtor for the ^mou1ntJtf*e?? and asks that he be prevonted from eav lng the juriadlotlonof the court tUhe ' pay. or tlll the oase ls heard by the oourt, The defendant will not pay or la . not able to ipay, for he waa detainedln the Jall last nlght. and waa there thls' ?v morning when the oourt fO"rened.),Kyl...

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. — 3 April 1903

REMOVED TO GREENSBORO Offlces of Southern Rallway Dlvlslon Superlntendent. THEY WERE AT SALISBURY IWo Whlte Men Clelmlng to Be from Ratelgh Arrealed and Flned for Belling Patent Medlclnea Wlthout a Llcenae. , (Speelal te Tha Tiuies-Mapateb,) OREBNftBORO, N? 0., Aprll fl.-Sev> ?ral membere of the offlco force of Gen eial Superlntendent Colllns, who arrlved Tueeday nlght, have famlllee, and are new In eearoh of dwelllnga., The tranafer of tha offlce from Sailabury to Qreqnaboro haa about been corapleted, and the thirty Bve employea are now comfortably doml elled ln the handsomely rofltted offlcea tn the Bouthcrn pasaenger depot here. Two" whlte mcn^-Jamee Mack and J. IWVBurton, ctalmliig to be from Ralelgli, were arreatad here yeaterday for Bell? ing patent medlolriea wlthout a llcenae. They were flned 120, and in default of paymeiU are now ln Jall. Theao men had boen dolng a ruahlng bualneaa about the tobaceo warehouaea, aelllng to farmerp dolUr boltlea of aome preparatlon of eprl...

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. — 3 April 1903

STREETS IN MANCHESTER CommUtee Not Yet Decided How to Use Approprlatlotn MAY BE EQUALLY DIVIDED Mr. Rudd'a Reaolutlon, Wlth an Amend ment, Goea Back to the Oouticll. Funeral of Mrs Fratiklln. Flremen Elocted. Manohcatcr Bureau Tlmea-Dlspatoh, l No. 1102 Hull Street f Tho Street Commltteo of Mancheater haa money on lts bands, whloh lt haa not been able to decldo what to do wlth. When tho budgot wna mado out the sum of $7,000 wna approprlnlod for streeta. At thnt tlme It was gonerally undorstood that wlth thls approprlatlon a Bystematid nlan of pormanent Btroet Improvementa would be atarted, wlth tho ldea that year by year euoh ImprovementB would bo made, uhttl witliln afow yoara the olty could boaat of ns flno ntroota aa any otn tr olty ita alao ln tho oountry. Tho general ImproBBlon in Oounoll clr cles. aa well as by tho publ o, waa that Stockton and Semmos Btreota would bo ihe flrat of tho bod atroeta to be Im nrovod. Sommee Street, lt ia oonceded. ls uaed more than any othor atxoo...

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