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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 4 February 1903

TERRY WINS IN HISJCASE Was Hls Own Lawyer Bofore Appellato Court, HIS PLEA IS SUSTA1NED Olafmed That Lower Trlbunal Erred in Not Sotting tho Verdict Aside. Other Cases That Were Declded. Tho United States Circuit Coiirl of A.p poals yesterday, through an oplnion handed down by Dlstrlot Judgo Boyd> do clded Jji favor of J. Ov Terry vs. the United States Oovernmont. Terry was nccuncd of vlolatlng tho United States revenuo laws, In othor wordn, ho was charged wlth being a "moonshinor." Hls alleged offense wns commltted In Powhatan county, Vfl. Ter? ry'wns the flrst porson to plcad hls own caso beforo tho court. Ke Is not a law? yer, but mado a splondlil argument nnd ono that woii hls cnsG. The formal charge agnlnHt him was thnt of "settlng up and having Jnt hls posaesslon and con? trol a stlll and dlntllllng appnrntus with? out having reglstered the aamc." There wero several counts In tlie Indlctment. Throughout the indlctment the term "dlfltlllery" was used without furthor doscrlpt...

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. — 4 February 1903

FOLLOWINO WAS MEAGRE Reactlonary Tendency Domi* nant for Awhile. WAS TRADERS' CAMPAIGN News' of the lllness of tho King of En? gland was an lnfluence in the Early Dulness nnd Market Eased at lhe Close. (lly Assoclntcd l'ress.) NEW YOHlv, l-Vb. 3.?Tho professlbnal element amoil'gst tlu- traders contested the apathellc condliion of tlio stock mar? ket to-dny and developeil somo show nf ?strength nnd nctlvity before Uio closo of the day. Thero wns n very moasrxe out Blde followlng ntui very Httle news nn Whlch to nose. tlic- movement. The ronc tlonary tendency during the irmrnlng bc ciiiiiu domlnnnt, and tlio profossionnla ap parcntiy resignod themselvus to tho neglected condition of tlio markot. Tho movement ln tho Wftbnsli sociirltles led tlie way out of tho lothnrgy of speculn tlon. Those stocks m.-ulo a siight udvanco nt tlio openlng on tlic strength of tlie liews from IMttslmrg tliat the franclilsc for tho company's entianee to the clty had been favorably ncted upon by tlic Clty C...

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. — 4 February 1903

Cfrand Qpening .0/ th$..... Slite Jtudio. 307 &. ftroad Street. Wednesday, February 4th, you are oordially invited ., to oome and hear Thilow's OroheeLra from 10 A. M. to 6 P, M. LUCY SMITH WENT TO JAIL Several Small Fights Settled Temporarlly by Justiee John. Justiee Cratohfleld disposed of a long llst of small cases yesterday, but try sts he could, net a. case orept out for the grand Jury. Lacy Smith, colored, wont to JaU ior Bteallng a lot bt underwear from M. Fe gar. James Owen alla* James J. Powell, got drunk and trespassed on the premlses of Bessie Newcomb, and he was piaced under $100 security for thirty days. Loicy Fauntleroy and Etta Davis struck ?sach other wlth boer hottles. and lt cost them 110 and costs each. Lucy Jane Wlse, colored, paid $3.50 for being drunk oa tho streeL Frank Coles, colored. was flned $50 for having a. concealed pistol ln hls posses slon. i ' i. Gus Brltt, colored. waa sent down for thirty days as a suspldous character. Euguno Carson, a small wh...

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. — 4 February 1903

___?*_l!^_J^^l^_L5____l____L Miner & Rhoads [t's Springtime in the Wash Goods Section ^Whac". a refcsliing siglit it is to stcp from tlic changcablc out-door tlimatc ot February into tlic spring-like air aud appearance of our Wash Goods Store ivith its dainty white and colored fabrics. The cottons are more exquisite in design llian ever this year, and lhe best of it all is there's a price bargain end lo these pretty sturts which inakcs, them cspccially altractivc to women who like to bc just a little -iheatl ol the crowd in purchasing for spring. Wash Goods. 12 l-2c Percales for 10c. New styi?s for spring. Flne nssort incnt or colorings. Regular 12 l-Ic Koods, for iflc. Percales for 7 l-2c. Ynrd wide und good 'rcilucs. 12 l-2c Ginghams Jor 40c, New sprJiiar slylos thnt yotiil pay 12 l-!c fnr ln mnny u placo. Hero they're luc. Oxford Cloth 15c. ?Ight grounds wlth colored flgures and dots. Beautiful designs. Cheviots 12 l-2c. ?.Ight grounds with colored figurcs? all tlie now style...

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. — 5 February 1903

ras TOfflf SS' ?SS? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,158. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Fob, 4.?Forecast for Tliursday und Friday: Virginia and North Carolina?Falr.much ?older Thursday; northwest winds, ?Yiday ioli?. ?/ After rctrlnlnlnf? nt summer heat nil day ?'CHtcrduy the mercury snon after 9 o'clock net night began to fell, ami enrly thlH morning the tendency was still downward, with prosiiects for much/colder tempera lure by night. STATE OF THERMOMETER. 0 ?. M. 61 12 M. Ill 3 ?. M. Ii"l ti V. M. IK) 11 ?. M.,. I'd 12 midnight .52 Average . Gl'/? Highest temperature?3 P. M. M Lowest temperature?? ?. M. Mean temperature yesterday. Normal temperature for Feb. 3rt Dcparturo from normal temperature.. % Precipitation during past ??1 hours... .82 .MINIATURE ALMANAC. Feb. 6, 1903. Sun rises... 7:12 I HIGH TIDE. Bun sets.'... 5:37 I Morning.10:2.1 Moon sets., .lli',-12 I Evening.10:18 RICHMOND. A. J. Ford, the widely known hot...

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. — 5 February 1903

NEW HALL IN MANCHESTER Bulldings and Lands Commit? tee Has One in VieW. KOOM FOR CITY OFFICES Fight at 12th and Hull Streets Results in the Arrest of a Young V.an?Bene? fit for Firemen?Cantata 'to-Night. ' 1 The Timcs-Dtep.ttch Bureau, 1 No. 110? Hull Street. 1 A meeting of tho Buildings and Lands Committee was hold lost night and the business of tho year wns wound up. This committee, with Mr. Robert Owen 't is ?chairman, hosl ? view the enlargement it the present courthouse and the con? centration of all the city offices In ono building, with moro room for each. The present hall Is entirely too small and sondensed for practical purposes, and tho ech?me, as outlined by Mr. Owen, te one that comes entirely within tho tcope of tho city government The plan Is to erect a two-story build? ing In front of the present courthouse, [naktng'??iQ entire building of a ? shape?, pho addition is to bo constructed so as 16' accommodate tho Auditor, Treasurer, Olty Collector, Water and Gas ofllces,...

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. — 5 February 1903

HOPEFUL OF Allied Powers Will Likely Ac? cept Bowen Plan. 3 MONTHS' PREFERENCE Allies Have Not Yet Answered Last Representations of Their Envoys Urging the Acceptance of This Plan. (By Associated Press.) *VASHINGTON, D. C, February 4. Evcry effort is being made by tho repre? sentatives of tho allies hero to secure an tarly settlement of tho Venczuclar? dis? puto without referring It to Tho Haguo. In this effort the Italian and British am? bassadors and tho German minister, Bar in Von Stcrnburg, aro receiving the en? dorsement of Minister Bowen, ns well as the cordial approval of the government of the United States. Mr. Bowen, while In no way connected with tho negotiations, In personally In favor of a final agreo meat hcing reached nt Washington. This fact, It Is believed, will havo an Impor? tant bearing on tho decision ot tho Brit? ish undi German Forofga Oillces. Tho British ambassador and German minister havo both cabled to their government tho fact that Mr. Bowen has expressed ...

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. — 5 February 1903

.The Times-Dispatch. ' TITO DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH IB ! SOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. j THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 13 I ?OLD AT Frvra CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, EOC, A MONTH, 55 A YEAR; ?2.B0 FOR SIX MONTHS; ?.W FOR THREE : MONTHS, SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, *2 A YEAR. j THE DAILY TTMES-TMSPATCH. IN -CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, HC. PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?G .?' CARRIER, r.C. PER WEEK. ' WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ?1 YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL RE REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC? COMPANIED BY STAMPS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY G, 1903. THE HONEY POWER. The House Committee on Privileges and -lections has taken tho life and forco . Mit of the Barksdnlo puro elections law Vy Inserting the word "corruptly" beforo lho clause relating to tho uso of money ?no "Influence" In elections. We give warning to the General Assem? bly and to the peoplo of the Stato that Utero is dangor ahead it the bill passes .Will? this amendment. After al...

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. — 5 February 1903

OHE MIK!V GEHT CHANGE A 25 Cents, WORD. Cash In Advance WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Genls, Cash I it Advance ONE CENT A WORD. ???,? WANTED?MAXE. ?WANTED, A SINGLE ENTRY BOOK? KEEPER; must wrlto good hand, make good figures, bo accurate In extensions and additions; must be rapid. M. C. & CO., caro this office. WANTED, AN ACCOMPLISHED BTOR.E decorator and window dressor. CORDES, MOSB?" & CO. ?WANTED. RELIABLE BOY. 16 TO 17 years old, to collccx and work in retail shoo store. Address "8??," care this office. ?WANTED?A BRIGHT BOY. OR . youth, as offlco boy and goneral assist? ant. Btato (references, salary .expected und experience. S. L M., caro Times Dispatch. WANTED. CANVASSERS AND STREET SALESMEN to soil our Climax Water? proof Mack Patent Leather Shoe Polish; a gooil margin to cood salesmen. HEB BLEWHITE MIi'G. CO., Gainesville, N. ?WANTED. FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR? BERS for Hotel Ncddo Shop; J? per week; one-half over $21. Apply to J. T. JO...

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. — 5 February 1903

Live News andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia GRAND JURY IS PROBING Mayor Riddick's Sunday Clos? ing Crusade ln Norfolk. ? O INDICTMENTS YET The Jury, However, is Considering 28 Cases and True Bills May be Re? turned After Conference with the Commonwealth's Attorney. (Special to Tho Tlmts-Dlapateb.) rJORFOLK, VA, February 4.?The lobby Df the. Corporation Court was filled with policemen and others summoned before the grand ?1ury. Thero win a round-up of Witnesses to bo examined ln search of evi? dence against tho bar-keopcrs and the sa? loons. It ls the Intention of tha Board of Police Commissioners, of which Mayor Rlddlck ls chairman, to indiai tho bar? keepers for selling liquor on Sunday and to attempt to oanoel tho licenses of tho saloons where liquor Is sold. For that purpose there were fifteen or twenty ofll cers called to testify before tho grand |ury, and Mayor Rlddlck himself was In? vited to tell what he knew of tho efforts to enforce the laws and of the s...

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. — 5 February 1903

WATTS BILL IS REPORTED It Is Set as a Special Order for Tuesday In the House. KISSING OF THE BIBLE Argument For and Against a Bill Making It Unnecessary to Kiss the Bible in Administering Oaths?Other Measures Offered. (Sorcini to The Tlmos-I)l?patc]i.) RALEiail, N. C? Fobruary 4.-In the House to-day tho Watts whiskey bill was reported favorably by tho Committee on Propositions and Grievances and made a special order for next Tuesday at noon, Temperance petitions were presented from Robcson, Union, Buncombe, Ran . dolph. Wake, Pamllco, Iredell, Stokes, (Brunswick. Northampton, Orange, Hall fax and Henderson counties. Notable bills Introduced were: (By Mr. Parker, of Wayne: To regulate Jurisdiction of Justices of the peace. By Mr. Bullard: To allow Fayettovllle to lssuo bonds. By Mr. Daughtrldgc: To Incorporate the North Carolina Farmers' Protective As? sociation. By Mr. Poy: To direct commissioner? of Pender regarding tho uso of their sinking fund. By Mr. Bullard: To amend the char? ...

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. — 5 February 1903

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Executive Head Ateasure Is Up This Afternpon. FULL TEXT OF WEST BILL Provides for ? Composite Board to. Choose a President?An Interest? ing Communication from One of the Alumni. tnir. West, of Louisa, offered by re auest In the House yesterday two com? panion bllls'relatlng to the proposed head ot tho "Uniit-erslty of Virginia, which ?will bo ot great interest to the people interested in higher education. The ?bills, It is understood, were drown by Messrs. Wyndham R. Meredith, Hoa? ry Taylor and other members of the (Alumni Association, and it Is understood -hat they represent tho views of that _ody. One bill provides for a composite board to etect tho proposed executive head of the University of Virginia to be composed of three members of the Board of Visi? tors, three members of the Alumni As? sociation, and three members of .the fac? ulty. "Ine other simply provides for leiui-lns the fixing of the salary of the new ofll cer by the composite board. The House...

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. — 5 February 1903

9^?$_?_.. ?Vcgelable Preporalion TorAs slmilatlng tlicroodandRcgula Ung UieStoiDachs andBowels of Promotes Digeation.Ct-siiTul nessantlRest.Conlains neither Op?unrt.Morpliine nor aimerai. Not "Nah c otic. Jbdpe ofOUltrSMWIirtTCHm fhonphn ?eut" sflx.Sf/uta * IM.lUSJt, JnahunaMJUa* JtinpSted r/rmfir? Sugar Jibiffyft/n riaver, Aperfecl Remedy forConsUpa ???, SourStomach.Diarrhoca Worms .CyoriYulsions .Feverish ncss and Loss of Sleep. facsimile Signature oP GtL&?r^fa&?u? NEWYOliK. ? t fa-'-rno ? 1__! o'l'tt??C-!: t?t? '.<->.?^1' ,u'j.': _._?^-.?.'.-..?>?!?. EXACT COPY* OF WRAPPER For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of' For Over Thirty Years the cr?T?u? ceaiatav. new york crrv. ? IS NOT IN FAVOR OF THE CHAPLAINS Religious Herald Not Inclined to Aid In Getting "Jus? tice" to Those in Navy. Tho Religious Herald, tho organ of the Baptists of Virginia, declines to grant tho request of a number of Its constituents to vso such Influenc...

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. — 5 February 1903

STRENGTH MAINTAINED stock Market Yesterday Held Activity of Day Before. LARGELY PROFESSIONAL Whatever the Source of the Buying the Movement Was Spotty and Irregular and Early Movements Were Not Well Maintained. (Hy Assorbiteci G???.) NEW YORK, Feb. 4.? Yesterday's level ?f activity in stocks was pretty well main? tained to-day, and there wero evidences ?of considerable strength In tlio market. The operations seemed to be confined still to professional hands, but t.lie leadership ivas moro aggressive and better organized "han for some time past, nnd there wns IVldencc of tho control ot large resources >y those operations. It was tho theory li the bonTd-room operators that tho nc ilon of Uio market wns largely duo to the foregathering of a number of well known Itock operators at a Southern resort, tbundantly supplied with special wlro ser? vice. Included 1ft the gathering Is tho operator whoso name hnd been associated Vlth the principal stock market sensations lor many months past....

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. — 5 February 1903

ABSOLUTE CLEANLINESS One of the most healthful qualities o! IK PRICES READY-TO-EAT THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CEREAL FOOD is /its perfect cleanliness. In all its processes of preparing, from the husking of every grain of wheat until it is ready to serve in a cabin or a castle, it is not touched by human hands. It is sure to become the favorite food of the multitude, because it is cleanly, palatable, nutritious and wholesome. *?m. * price CEREAL FOOD CO., Baffle Creek, Mieh. Dr. Price, the creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts DEATH CLAIMS A HOUSE MEMBER l Hon. W. B. Clarke, of Surry. Passes Away?First of Present Body. /he members of the Legislature wore pained and shocked yesterday when the sad news reached them of the death at his home In Surry county, at 9:30 A. M-, cf Hon. W. B. Clarke, member of the J loose from Prlnco George and Surry. The Information came ln tho shape of the following telegram from Mr. Clarke's /ather, to Speaker Ryan: SnilthKel...

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. — 5 February 1903

Miller ?5* Rhoads Miller ? Rhoads Our New Stock Of Fine Mattings Is how ready for yon, and lotus say right horo that wo never buy any but the b?st. ' No watar-soalc?d or otherwise imporfecfc Mattings como into this store, as unless they're fi rat-class when put on your iloor, they'll be a constant source of trouble to you, and a reflection on ub, even if wo gave them to you freo. Wo bel levo th? China Mnttliigs to be tho best for general wear, being: heavi? er In their make-up than the Japanese Mnttlng. although tho lnttor linve the advantage of them In their pretty carpet designs. Our R3o Jap Mattings are of very fine quality. In pretty colorings of Green, Red and Blue. The Clima Mattings at tho same price (33c) are extra hoary weight, in red, green and blue stripes, blocks and Binali weaves, wit.li a soft finish. Other tino values at 28c and 300, in China Maittiugs, perfectly reversible, und in a Inrge range of designs. While wo believe every one of our Mattings to be the liest th...

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. — 6 February 1903

nn HSM-ffi Siffla SS I WHOLE NUMBER;. 10,159. RICHMOND. VA., FRIDAY, FEBR?xiRY G, too?. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Kob. O.-Forccast for Friday and Saturday: VI ? gin In?Pair Krldnv; Saturday Incroue. lng cloudiness, probnbly rain In south? west portion and warmer In south por? tion: fresh northwest winds shifting to northeast,, North Carollna?Fnlr Krldnv; Saturday Increasing cloudiness, probnbly rain and warmer; fresh north to northeast winds. While the atmosphoro was keen yester? day. Ihn cold was not so Intenso ns hnd been expected, the mercury not having reached the freezing point at midnight. Indications are for warmer weather to? morrow, j STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 ?. M. 3?G? 12 M. ?? 3 G. ?. li! l? P. M.42 9 P. M. ...-..30 12 midnight . 3'i Ai'erngo . 33 Highest temperature?( P. M. 13 Lowest temperature?S ?. M.?.33 Mean tetti parature yesterday.38 Normal temperature for Feb. 3? Departure from normal temperature. 02 Precipitation during past ...

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. — 6 February 1903

corpornllon In l"T6 shipment of goods, tho proposition ot the other sido to rta?h tho trusts by removing the tariff, he snld, was shown to lie rullio, when It la undestood that thero wero trusts In One hundred and sixty-nine articles on the- free list, ln this connection Mr, Powers said ho liellcved Iho timo liad como when thero should bo a general revi? vision ot the tnrlft upon other grounds, not ns a remedy to regulato trusts. In concluding. Mtv Powers pointed out thil there was a growing socialistic sen? timent In this roufitry. as evidenced hy thd?Increased vote of tho pnrty in Mns?a chlisotts hist fall from 4,000 to 40,000. There were, he snld. many intelligent people who believed that the government should proceed to take charpo of the rail? road and other means of Interstate com? merce. It was Important, ho snld, that these people shotiid bo mado to under? stand by tho enactment of a bill Ulto tho pending ono that Congress proposed to hold those gigantic combinations In chec...

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. — 6 February 1903

Chamberlain's This preparation is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza and has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the civilized world. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. It not only cures colds and influenza, (grip) but counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given to a baby as confidently as to an adult. ? ?y/^JM?M^.u H-w-wu-m-i **"" '.*"?*??"??*" ? ?? ?' ? ' WW PRESIDENT AS ARBITER _ ? Allies Will 'Ask Roosevelt to Settle Venezuelan Dispute, BOWEN NEGOTIATIONSOFF His Note Declining Proposal Causes Irritation?Important Conference to Be Held To-Day?If President Declines, Will Go to Hague. CHILD BADLY BURNED "WASHINGTON, Fob. C?Irritated hy B. noie of Mlnleter Bowen, Venezuela's representative, refusing to accept the al? lies' proposal for a scherno of preferen? tial payments by which Great Britain, Germany and Italy were to receive ...

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. — 6 February 1903

? ho Times-Dispatch. THE DAILY TlMES-DISPATCH IS SOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS SOLI) AT FIVE CENTS A COrY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, MC. A MONTH. $5 A YEAR: $2.K> FOH SIX MONTHS; $1.60 FOB THHEE MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAH?, ?2 A YEAR. THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIER, 16C. PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH*. BY Carrier, bc. per aveek. weekly times-dispatch, $1 year all unsigned communications will be rejected. - -, rejected communications will not be returned unless ac? companied by stamps. FRIDAY-, FEBRUARY ?, 1503. PRinARY ELECTIONS. "We declaro ourselves as favoring the principle of tho selection of party cnndl iates by primary election; believing this to bc tho surest method of arriving at tho will of the people and maintaining Demo? cratic institutions. "We accordingly direct the State Cen? tral Comnilttoo to provide a primary election plan for the choleo of party can? didates for the United States Senate, and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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