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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 11 February 1903

NORFOLK CASETOS Messrs. Whitehead Woodard Win In a Walk. ARE SEATED BY THE HOUSE Interesting Debate nnd Then Final Ac? tion?Important Subject Up In the Senate?Mr. WickharrVs Views as to Increase In Insanity. Tho House yesterday afternoon by a vote ?f ? to 13 adoptod the majority re? port of ?'tho Privileges and Elections Committee In tho Norfolk contested elec? tion caso, and by that vote seated the contest?es and sitting members, Messrs, Whitehead and Woodard. The result was no surprise, for It had long slnco been' discounted by tho press, The speeches wero of a very high order, Colonel CabOll -leading for the minority roport and Hon. S?,L. KelleX for th? majority view '.?.of-'tho committee) All; the Republicans refrained froijn voting,'.! and tho entire?.opposition to the sitting members came' from Democrats. "Mr. Jennings, of Lynchburg, In explaining his vote, declared that tho con testete wero his friends, and that ho found his duty a very painful one. Mr. Stoarnes, ot Newport N...

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. — 11 February 1903

MOVEMENT TECHNICAL Stock Market Little Influenced by News of the Day. OPENING QUITE SPIRITED Strength Was Not Maintained, and Be? came More'and More Reactionary Until Close, Which Was Easy at General Net Decline. (By Associateli Press.) NEW YORK, Feb. 10.?Tho spiriteli strength nnd activity with which the stock tnnrket opened to-day were not maintained, and the tone of tho market became gradually more reactionary and closed easy nt gnu-ral not declines, run? ning to a point or more In a few of the lending active stocks. The most promi? nent of these was Wnbnsh preferred, in which so much of yesterday's strength and activity centered. This made tho speculative sentiment peculiarly suscep? tible to the fact which became very ob? vious this morning, that there was very largo selling going on In Wab.xsh pre? ferred under cover of tho new strength which it was sought to develop else? where. Tho whole movement of the day was quite strictly technical and wns little Influenced by nny of the...

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. — 11 February 1903

JURY MUST CONDEMN IT So Decides Judge Waddlll as ^ to Shafer Building. GOVERNMENT SUSTAINED Federal Authorities Wished This Method to Bo Adopted to Acquire New Property for the Postoffice and Other Purposes. ' \c Ion. Edmund Waddlll. Jr., Judge, slt tlnar In' the United States Circuit Court, handed down yesterday the 'decision of the court on the propositions raised by 'counsel for s?voral of the tenants of the Shafer building, as to the procedure to be followed In theso proceedings. There were three' iiuestlons raised, the first two being entirely technical, and were decided In favor, of the government; and tho third one"being: "as to whether a condemnation should he had by the ap? pointment of five 'disinterested' freS holdcrs, as provided " by the Virginia statute, or tho Impanelling of a Jury ut the bar of the court" As before stated, the first two points were technical nnJ not of public Interest; but as to the third Point, the Court in Its opinion says: "Aa tc the third proposi...

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. — 11 February 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller F Rhoads. Special Announcement AY e have ongnged the services of Mrs. Bpsa Leo King (who is an i authority on ?ill kinds of Art Nocdlowqrk) to assist Miss Mario Koch In our Art Department. Mrs. King is known to ninny Indies in Richmond, haying taught ?classes both liera timi ai the Virginia Springs at various times, ana is fully qualified to give helpful instructions und suggestiona in all kinds of Fancy Work. She will bp.nt your service ai all timos in this department, mid ?3o?htless lier superior knowledge and skill in Lace-Making and Neo ?ll?work -will bo fully appreciated by the women of Richmond. "Wo are making a specialty of designing Shirtwaist Sails this season. The New Silk Dress Skirts for I903 There's a swish and rustle in a, Silk Skirt that is dear to the heart of every woman, and ns the capital oi'Jho fashion world has said that Silk is to bq the Queen of Dress Fabrics this year, we prepared our? selves to mod the demand. ' ?S.08 for tin all-Bilk...

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. — 12 February 1903

THK DI8FATCH, FOUNDED 1860. | Wn.VJL.rl. IN U lXlDllK, J.O,100? 11ICIIMOND, VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12,' 1008, PRICE TWO CENTS. THEDAYSSUMMARY. THEWfcATHER. WASrri'Na'l'ON, Feb. U.-Forecas- fov Thursday an.l Frl.lnjyi . .? Virglnia?Fnlr Thuralay, colder ln cx treme soutliennt potllon; freah. vrest Wlnaai Frlday increasing cloiKlIness. prouably rain In Boutrtwesl. portlon. ? . North Ctirollnrt?Falv Thursday, XOiaet In-cast porllon; fresh. westw ndat Frlday increasing clotidlne?s( proliably rain ln wcsl lun tion. Tho temperaluro waa up to this polnt of comfort yesterday, 7>ut tho almost. Inoes tiant fall of rain made the day a illaa?w? ablo one. Aftei' nlghtfa11 the plou.ls dW_ pcrsed, and trta Indli?tlona to-day, aro ror fa.lr._jid colder wei-then STATE OF THE THBRMOMHTER, t> A. M.__ J2 M.'..4.. <?! '- P. M. _ r. p, m.?] D P. M.;"rj 12 mldnlght .___ Average .,i.??? CO 1-3 -.Ighcnt tempemturo yenterday.47' ?'?owest tcmporature yesterday........ 31 Moan temperaturo yesterday.3...

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. — 12 February 1903

lalilng for Informatlon conoamlng the (lll. MAY SICAT A DKMOCRAT. The death of Raptrar-ntatlv*. .Tamr-r- M. Moody, of the Nlnth North Cnrnllnn dlrT triot, wlll not put nn r-nd tn tho conto-t 'or tbe **<it from that dlstrlct lt ls un OarBO-K* that the conteal wlll bo pres-nd. Uld In eaao tho House shall flnd Mr. Moodv was not clected, Hor,. Jctnos M. Hudger, the Democratlc contestnnt, wlll bo -eated. Should the Ilou-o flnd that Mr. Moody was eleoted, ttto sent wlll be aeolawed vaoant becoune of hls doulh Und an electlon wlll be ordered. Mr. Qudger Is a br6th?r of Con.ul GudBer. *.[ pa-iama, whose Republlcanlsm la ita BtalwJirt as ls hls brother's Dcmocrocy. Mr Moody was the only Ropubllcan member from North Cnrotlna, It la suld l!he chances of Mr. Gudger belng seated are excellent. Hoh. R. W. Wlnborn, of Buena \ IsU, *orm-rly thought to be one of tho most -onflrmed bachelors ln Vlrglnla, was nt the Capitol to-day with hla brido. Ho received tho congratulatlon- of the Vlr? glnla de...

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. — 12 February 1903

A VIGOROUS PROTEST MADE BY THE PROSECUTORS Contlntied from Flrst Tago.) Mr. Slpe. who held that tho wltneascs could bo oxamlncd fully aa to all polnta. Tlio formol atatomont mado by Mr. Slpo wiui aa foliows: "I dlsllke very much to exproaa any dl?isemit from the rullnga of tho com? mlttee on any subject, but aftor a fu|l a-iaxnlnatlon of tho law I feel cori atralned to aay that -whlle I regard the odmlaslon of any evldence as to what occurred In tho Jury-room aa oxtremoly quoatlonablo, probably Improper, yot after these facts aro made the subject of Invcstlgatlon by propoundlng quos Uons to witnesses on cxamination In oWef, that then tho aets and dellbera ttons ot tho Jury aro opened for invcs? tlgatlon like any other facts In the caao, and ln my oplnlon tho" wltnesa Is Bub ject to cross-oxamlnatlon, not only as to auUitantlatlvo focts that occurred ln the Jury-room, but as to facts whlch show hls anirnus and hls attltude to tha porsonn concerncd in tho lnvestlgatlon." TtHE SE5SSION...

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. — 12 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch TH*. DATLY TtKrES-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CKNTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TtME8-D1srATCH IS 80LD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 13Y MAIL, MC. A MONTH, $5 A YEAR: ?2..r,0 FOH SIX MONTHS; $1.50 FOR THREE MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DlSrATCH BY MAIL, *2 A YEAR. THB DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARR1ER, 15C. ? FER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. B CARRIER, BC, PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. fl YEAR ' A.LL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC CO.MPANIED BV STAMPS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1503. IN THE 1NTEREST OF DEJVIO CRACY. We aro pleased to see thnt tho Roan? oke Evenlng World, ono of tho most foarlesa and thoushtful papers In tho State, has como out In a utrong nnd aen slble nrticlc in favor of a leg.illzed prlm ai'y. Our contemporary snys that tho fact that horc and there in the State may "bo found opposltkm to tho oxlst ing prlmnry plan, before It has had the ?benofit ot falr cxperlment, o...

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. — 12 February 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance p THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Gents, Cash In Advance ONE CENT A WORD. ??1? WAKTED?????. ?WANTED, a youth OR young man lor shipping clerk and to assist on book?. " to RICHMOND FLOUR & FEED " 110 and 112 S. Twelfth Street. , issu? ?WANTED, GOOD CANVASSER FOR UN: occupied territory: free outfit; cash ?neh wrVik for whole or part time. WEST? ERN NEW YORK NURSERY CO.; Dept. D, Rochester, N. Y. ?WANTED, AT OUR CAMP AT MON >roo. Va., a flrst-clasB all-around BLACK? SMITH; orto that can do .heavy work and thoroughly understands sharpening steol; wages ?60 nor month and board, ?or $8 per day without bonrd. Apply to LANEBROS. COMPANY, Railroad Con? tractors, Potts, Va. SITUATIONS WANTED?????. t? WOULD LIKE TO COMMUNICATE with some publisher In the East or South In need ot a Linotypo Machinist In a few Weeks. Addrese MACHINIST, caro this office. ? ? ? IWANTBD?POSITION AS CITY Col?...

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. — 12 February 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirginia. CHANGES IN THE POLICE Mayor Rlddick Says They Will Come in Twenty-four Hours UOL. WADDY'S CONDITION '.ssis'ant Postmaster S. B. Carney is Now Livingat the Hotel Neddo?The Pollce Board is Considering Pur chaso of an Automobile. (Speclal to Tlio Tlmes-riUpntch.). t NORFOLK, VA? Feb. 11.?Mayor Rlddick admits that there are to bo changes in the pollce forco, and do clares they will bo known wlthin twen? ty-four hours, but he will not say what those changes will be. Somo of thoso wiio aro famlllar with tho oonJldential ?dvisers of tho admlnlstratlon say, however, jtliat tlW) newapapers Imvo (uessed rlght ln saylng that Captaln M. H. Prlnce wlll bo expected to resign. There are other changes anlicipated, but thoy aro not rogaaxled as so lm portant as that of Captaln Prlnco, and thereforc llttle gosslp ls abroad con? cernlng tho others. Colonel J. R. Woddy, the postmaster, is roported to be in an improvod con? ditlon this mornl...

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. — 12 February 1903

Inventory Sale! 20% Off Statlonery, Offlce Furniture lt Wo tnko ournnnua. Inronfcory Maroh 1?b, Untll thon ?o wlll rdlowSOI-R O..NT. OF1T 1TOL. OASH oh Offlcn Biiunlloa, _oak?( Ohi-lra, and HtnMonoryl You oan anvo oonaldoriiblo lf you tmt in a Blx montiliB1 aupply now. Thla menim u olear savlpg of ovor SO nor oonb,, our prononb prlooii lxung nlrotwly tho lowosb tn 'town. I. la n bolu nmvo, but wo aro l>oldJHM)plo. ; RoLuenjbor, lf the goodanro ohorgod, you loao tho 90 por oonb, roductton I' SOUTHl-R-* STAM_*'_b STATIONBRY CO.. Eutlro Uulldlng?Twolvo-sLx MoLn St. TALKABOUT POUCEMEN Citizens Are Demandlng an Increase of ForGe. A TAX ON BARKEEPERS Object Lesson of the Wlsdom of the "inanco Commlttee ln Maklng Big Approprlatlon for Manchesler Streets? Funeral Services. Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, Carter's Drug Store, No. H02 Hull Street. At the meeUng of the Boarjf ot AJ dormen to-morrow nlght, the actlon of tho Asscmbly ln the appointment of a coafcrence or Jolnt commlttee to ...

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. — 12 February 1903

F0RL1TTLEONES Go-Cart*r That Go. Fresh Air and Sunshine Make Rosy Cheeked Babies. 0T kUR Bfcoro now romlnds ono of " Babyland, Tho sprlng stock of Go-Cnrts nml Carrlngos ls rauly for your tulniiratlon?for your seloc tlon. Qo-Cnrta for hixuty-lovino; but coonomlcnlly-lrjcllned mothors. Tho prodnet of n notcd rnantifaotraror?mndo for Benice, from tho bost tnato rlnls?hnndsomost Bfcyles that fortild brrilns havo yot deslgned?may bo qulckly and oaslly clinngcd to any rlegrcoof olcvntlon tloslrcd?unholstcrlng botn prctty nnd dtirnolo, nnd the klnd not oaslly sotled?light arid oasy runnlng?rubber tlrcs?ln many slyles nnd many prices. , $7.50, $12.50, $15.00, up to $40.00, Carriages Made in the same good quality, 810 up to $35. We'dbe plcased to havo you look them over. Ryan, Smith & Talman, V. Furniture, Floor Coverings, Stoves, Etc, 609 East Broad Street. DAVIS WORKED THE SHELL GAME Justlce John Put Hlm Under Bonds for SIx Months. Police Court. It waa an insignlflcant llno of slnners...

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. — 12 February 1903

Four-jurean. Temple Ct Co. Fourqurean, Temple & Co. An Opportunity of Extraordirmry Merit A Remarkafole Event in Underpriced Laces I xj lANDSOME anddesirable patterns in Point LLJU 4g Paris, Blat and German Valencienues [$$$ Laces and Insortions?at less than thoy cost -wholesale' in Europe. There is on sale to-day Three Hundred and Fifty Dozen Yards of theso Laces in flrst , qualities?no two patterns aliko savo where in sertions and edges match?in valuos that bring under ordinary conditions 20c to 50o a yard, And you aro to have unrestricted choice amongst this superb array at Fburteen Cents a yard. This is the most remarkable lace bargain that Riehmond has known or is likely to know. The Laces are not remnants but full and entire ? pieces. Many of them are the same patterns ?? that you pay three or four times more for in regular stock. They have'served one of this -country's biggest importers as sample pieces and "that is all, He makes the sacriflce that brings you the bargain....

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. — 12 February 1903

APATHY IN THE MARKET Day of Narrow Fluctuatlons and Llttle Intercst. i,0 PRESSURE TO SELL Recent Activity and Strcngth Attributed to Manipulation?Goneral Electric nnd Hocking Valley the Features. (Br A?aocUtj>d Proaa.) NEW YORK. Fob. 11.?The atock mar? ket nslapsed lnto n conditlon of itpaUiy to-daly and droKgc.l out a couriw of nar? row Iluotuatlon.H without n. show of Inter esl. Wall Stroot cuntlnuos w puzule ttseli With offonLs to cxplaln thls ilotermlnod llidlfferonco on tho part ot thu outsldo publlc. Thoro wan no urgont prosaure lo soll to-day, In spito of tho rocont coimid crablo advancos. Thla BWved to oonllrm, if anythlog, tho dlslrust that tlio appear anoe of actlvltv and strength rocently luul been duo largyiy to manljwlatlon and tlio passing th>ougji from one hand to another af a large part of tlio stock dealt ln by rpeculators for the purposo of artlllciiUly Itfeotlng prices. As a result of thls re newed lothargy eusued. The shorp up Kard movoraent ln Goneral Eleo...

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. — 12 February 1903

..^vV^<VV.>,.VN_V\NVK for Infante and Children. -_-_-___-________-______-__-__--___?___.-_-_-________ Tho Klnd "Jfoii Have Always Boug-ht has borno th? slgnn tnre of Ohas. H. Flotcher, and has bccn mailo under hls personal Rupcrvision for "over HO yenrs. Allow no 0110 to dccelvo you ln tlils. Counterfelts, Imitatlons and. ** Just-as-good" aro l>V*t Eftpcriinents, nnd endangcr tho health of Children?Experlenco agalnst I-xperiment. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signaturc of ln Use For Over 30 Years. TH? ___ aH?Y .tw.ct, wtw voa MAKE REPLY TO THE ADVOCATE Churchman to ' Come Out] What the Herald Says. Two or three of the religloua papera of the clty wlll go ln thla week for a dia cus.iion o the letter publlsbnd lost week ln. the Christlon Advooote by the Rov. J. H. Light, of Dexlngton, who asserted that the State Instltutlons ot learnlng are practlcaJty unJer EpLscopal control. The Southern Churchman will make an indignant repty to the statement The Religloua Heral...

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. — 12 February 1903

MiUer & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Wc'ro goitig to givo every boy and girl rt nico drop load poncil with evor.y o()c worfch of school siipplics purcliasod duriug tho noxt fow dnys. It's not nn inforior or no-nceount pencil hy any moans, but a good "Oiio?taken from our regular stock. Boys' School Bags, 25c, 50c, 69c, $1.2$. YVatovproof Dotiblo Bags, 75c. Singla Uajrs, 25c. and 29c. Girls' Double Book Bags, 50c, and 75c. Hcnvy T'clt l.inrd Bags with em broidered ends. Staj-ord's School Irtl<, /,c Bottle Slales and Slntc-Pencils nnd Scliol hrs' Conipdiiioiis. Pads. 1C0 Shoeta, 4c. 200 Shoots, 5c. The best kind of Smoolli Paper in these pads. Lead Penclls, 5c Dozen, 10c Dozen, I2c Dozen Good Luncli Boxes, 10C. Foi d ing Luncli Boxcs, 25c. Composition Books, 3c. 4c 5c 2Ic Yard for Dimities, Worth -hore's just one reason why they're 21c, and not tliirty-five cents a ynrtl. Tho lenths run from 10 to 20 yards each. It costs tho iniportor more lhan 21c a yard to get ...

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. — 13 February 1903

wSimr^ ?. thb^pIpaS MlB iS. I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,164. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, 1T.BRUARY 18, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. THEDAYSSUMMARY. THEWfcATHER. TVAHIIINGTON, Feb. U.-Forecast for Frlday and Saturday: Virglnla-Fnlr Frlday; Saturday Increas? ing olotldlUess, probably rain in west nnd polder ln north porllon; fresh aouth wlnds bccomlng north Snturda.y. North Carollna?Falr Frlday; Saturdny cloutly, probably rain; fresh south windii bccomlng variable. Tcstorday's weather was Derfect, and hundreds took advantago of It for out floor excrclse. Tho outlook for to-day Ib clear, but rnlny and colder ls tho foreenst for to-morrow. _ STATE OF THE TIIERMOMETER. ? A. M.47 12 M. 61 }P. M.58 | P. M.:.66 ? P. M.60 L. midnlght .47 Averago . 62 MINIATtfRE AHMANAC. Feb. 13, 1903. fun rlaos.7:03 J HIGH T1DE. un sets.5:46 | Morning.5:21 Moon rlses..,7:XI | Evenlng.5:M RICHMOND. Judge Campbell to testlfy In his own be lalf this morning, Evldenco yesterday of Jrugglst S. A. Day and Juror Burford? "harge agalns...

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. — 13 February 1903

*Th* honorary degrcea of T), D. nnd _.t_ X>. were oonferred. 11? reslgned hls pro feaaorlihlp In RIchmond College In 1BS1 and entered upon tho ng.ncy of tbe _>ea_ody fund. . A.. through the years he had contlmird _ member of tho Board of Trnstocs, for a tons whlle prosldlng over nnd dlroct ng Its oftalrB, and always deoply oonoernen ln the wolfors and growth of the Insti? tutlon. Dr. Curry's work ln the htr-r yeani of hlB llfe had been wondnrful ln amount and wlde ln Its soope. ln ?ddl tlon to hls splend'd adinlnistrntlon of .h.'Peabody and Slater funds he ssrv'ed _ls country as mlnlster to Spaln for three years OfSS-'-S), and became Ihe atrthor of ? number of boolts. among the most notable of which were ?'AA'llllnm E. Gladstone,"-' '?Constitutlonal Government ln Spaln," "The Southern States of tho ?Amerlcan Unlon." A PEN-PICTURE Horlralture of His Cruractor by His Llfelong Friend, Dr. W. E. Hatchcr. A vlvld portrayal of the character of _)r. Curry. from tbe p_n of hls llfe-lo...

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. — 13 February 1903

JUDGE CAMPBELL TO TESTIFY FOR HIMSELF TO-DAY that Sunday, or any othor Sundny, or any other day you sold whlskey to Judgo Campbell on an ordor sent by hlm." "I wlll atato thls, gonllomen," sald Mr. Day, "tbat never, whlle I havo b??n on gaged In Uio drug bushxisi dld I re-cclve an ordor for whiskoy In iuiy ooncolvablo ?hope." "Tho negro says ho boiurht a bottlo of whlskey for Judgo Campboll that morn? lng?" : "It la not so." "Dld you oa thla or any other Bunday s.ill whlskey to Judge Campbell or any body elso?" ,, "No, sir. Whon I road that darko/s teatlmony In Uio papor I refurrod back to my book* and looked over tho ac? count. I thlnk Judgo Campboll got a box of,cigars that day?nothlng more." DENIES BOAV1BN. "Well, Mr. Day," contlnuod Major Con? rad, "Mr. John Bowonhas toatllled that ln the Flood-Lovlng campalgn la June, 1900, ho and Judgo Campboll onlerod your drug Btoro and took' a drlnlc for whlch Judge Campbell pald. 1 wlll read you Bowon'a teatlmony. Is that rlght?" "No sir."...

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. — 13 February 1903

The Times-Dispatcll THB DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH IS feOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 18 BOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY, . DAILY TIMES-DISPATC1I BY MAIL. 'Wd. A MONTH, ?S A YEAR; I3.KI FOR SIX MONTHS; t.1.60 FOR THREE MONTHS. SUNDAY TrMES-DlSPATCH BY MAIL, -42 A YEAR. ? THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. IN CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIBR, 1BC. J?ER AVEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, B"i ; CARRIER, 5C. PER WEEK. AVEEICLY TIMES-DISPATCH. Sl YEAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMTJNICATIONS ' WILL BE P.EJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL .NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC COMPANIED BY STAMPS. FRIDAY, FEBRUAKY 13., 1503. DEATH OF DR. CURRY. ! A notoworthy flgura dlsappeara from ;;puDllo vlew In tho deaUt ot'tho'Hon. J. 1 1* M. Curry. Dlstlngulshcd as a spcaker, I wrltcr. educator and dlplomat, ho waa less'remarknblo ns a rhetorlcian than as n^-man of earnest purpose, solld attaln nmehta-and exccllent polso. Wlth.il he Vas ilrm tn tho prlnclples that ho held, yet conservatlvo and toctful. Ho had much learnlng gat...

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