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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

w~ "The Intrusion of Peggy 9 ' ! Anthony Mope's New Book. I "Empresses of Franco;" "Lavender and Old Lace;" • "Little Stories of Marlied Life;" "Ralegh in Guiana; "Books on Algobr, Zoology, Astrophysicg, Etc. NOTES ABOUT BOOKS AND AUTHORS Clinton Dangerfield's Horne — Brady's New Book, "The Southerners;" "Bostoek on Animal Training;" Mrs. -Edith Wharton ; "Loyey Mary" and. "Mrs. Wiggs," ; Again. {THE INTRUSION OF PEGGY. Writtan by Anthony Hope. Illustrated by ' Lawrence Harper & Bros., publislii ere. Now York. §1.50. The author of "The Prisoner of Zonda" Jias turned out in thlß attractive novel a lively story of London political and social Jlfo of tho presont day. Peggy Rylo Is nn Ingenuous, somewhat 'Bohemian, young ."woman, who-lS' always Intruding into «ther people's business In order to mako them happy. Sho involvos herself In tho love "affairs of Trix Trevalla, a rich and young widow, who has settled In London to Bets life and make hbr social •tvay in tho world. Tri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

Jk EARLY DAYS OF THE WAR Readable Descrlptlonof Them by a North Carolina Physician^ THE BREATHED BATTERY A Roster of the War Members of This Famous Command — General Order Upon the Death of Adjt. Genoral Moorman of N. C. V. In the following letter which was written for and recently ' appeared In the Charlotte, (N. C.,) Observer, we have an Interesting description of the early days of "tho civil war" with a glimpse of the defence of Newborn. The command to which It mainly refers was for some years in Virginia an<J made a line reputation here. Wo quota: "Away back in IStil I watched the war clouds arising in tho North. East and West. A determination of resistance was depicted In the countenance of every true Southern. The 1 first election .for holding a convention was votx-d downby a large majority. Bu.t when "President Lincoln culled on N6rth Carolina for I.OX three-months' men, hor quota, to whip South Carolina, back Into tho Union, It lighted the blaze of war and showed ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

icr *itk -^." *^ v ,-»'* p *"3 - r-CVw ti ■■■■■ t^^ti CHAPTKR XXXI> Contaitiß the Plain Truth. A«^""™"^ SUDDEN IDEA occurred tn mr, and 1 iietT-<l liiHtn.ntly upon Its ■ ■■■i Impulse. Thero wis n. second fSjffiffi enlrnnco throupli tho morning room; and 1 dashed round to thn other door, which fortunateJy yielded. I'Jie sight that met my gazo vr\s nbwlvitely ataKg-^rlnfT. 1 stood upon the tiircshold .•iKh.ir-!. Sir Bernard* his dnrlt eyes KtnrtljiK from his nslipn face, stood, hold* Inn a wvimitn wlthlu Ws prasp, plnulng licr to tlid wall, njid stritKßlltig to cover her rnotitli with his hands niid prevent *jcr crips from bolng- overhoartl, Tho woman was none other tlixn Etliclwynn. At my unexpected entry lie released Ills hold, shrinking back wlO) a wild ilerco look In his face, such m\ I had never before soon. "Ralph !" cried my. lovo, rushiuff forward and clinging to my nock, "Ralph! For God's sake eamo mo from that flondl Bavo moi" I put my arm around bar to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

c ZMlpfams® and Gaston in Egypt. Those Naughty, Naughty Katzenjammer Kids. THE TIMES-DISPATCH: RICHMOND, VA\, SUNDAY, FEimUAIIY It, 100& TJhoir Jfiriend Moon jfaconds the Sroat Pyramid Ilfhih Tjhot/ {Prepare Coffee* (Copyright, 1903, by W. B. Hearst.*)

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 February 1903

TTTE TniES DTSPAFCMI: RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1003.

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

! TIIR TIMICS. KOUNDKD ISB<>. THE DISPATCH, KOUNDKO 18M. SUMJIARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WtATHER. ■WARiriNG-TON, Pob, IC— forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday: Vlrjrlnlii— Hnow In north, rnln or snow In Boulh portion Tuesdny mornlnjf, followrd by clearing, much colder weather with n. cold wave; brink to hlßh north whida; Wednesday fnlr, continued cold. North Carolina— Rnin or hiiow Tuesday mornhi);, followed by clearing, much ••older weather with a cold wave; high shirting winds coming northwcstly; "Wednesday fair, continued cold. Yesterday was ono of the most dlsaßre/!jiblo (lays of the Hcason after early mornlng hours, A pcnotratinK rain, blown In every direction by a sharp wind, rendered Uic lot of pedestrians a hard one. Much :olilr f r weather, with f^no^f in certain sections, is predicted to-day. - STATE OF TillS THERMOMETER, 9 A. M -IS 12 31 42 3 P. M 33 6 P. M 30 ) P. M 36 U3 midnight M Average I. 39V= TliKhest tempfrnturc yesterday.... 6S I^owi>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

a yt< without a mjggrsttnn of nrro^mnce or erotißm. Of>« would hardly thlnlt to nnlt of thl» busy man^ If h« loved bonlw, Yel any blogrnphlcnl Kkctch of him would b« unfnlr nnd mipardonnbly Incomplete If It did not tnll of his passion for two •Uthors. He loved "BoWiy" Burns nnd Goott'a novoliii on he did hln bwt friends uji.l next to hl« own fnmlly. Ho would frptjiipiitly quolo from Qurni with »rrrnt fuato nud mnny i>vldone»« of istlufnotlon and plcnuurft. Nothing p|pn««o him more than for xoinoonn to bring up n. »cono from lvmihoo. Kenll worth, llonrt of Midlothian, or any of hln favorite*. ll* would launch out In a full description of th< whole Incident umi ozijoy It Immeiiei'ly. A pen picture of thin man who wan truo to ull tho rolntlonn of Ufa nnd fully met nil Its honorable expoctultons nnd responsibilities would do him Imperfect justice which omltti>d mention of his <lovollon, nay passionate love for his family ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

ELMS IN THE SENATE senator Morgan Rises to a Question of Privilege. THE STATEHOOD BILL Philippine Currency Measure and Indian appropriation Bill Passed by Upper Houso— Lower Body Passed Number of Bills. illj- Associated Pros*.) WASHINGTON, D. C, February 18.— There wo* no debate on tho statehood hill In tho Senate to-dny, tho time boir.g taken up in tho consideration of the Indlin ar rroprlatlon bill and the Phlllj»plno currency bill, both of which wore panned. Tho amendment to the Phllllpplno bill providing for a conference between gold and silver standard countries lo fix a commercial exchange, was BfneiMl to. The bill as passed is the irieasiirfi recommended by tho Hotino CimimMtoo on Inpular Affairs, but -which wrk rejected by tho House. The Senate Commltteo on Philippines subßtltutcd for tl)o House bll! tho bill of both committees, which had been recommended by Secretary Root and Governor Tnft. Mr. Vest, while tho Indian bill was up, called attention to a point of order -which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 1* BOLD AT TWO CKNJTS A COPY. THE SUNDAY TIMKS-DISRA.TCH IS sold at rrvn cknts a copy. .D-AILY TIMEB-IMSPATCH BY MAT!KG. A MONTH, »5 A YEAH! J2.GO YOU SIX MONTHS: U-GO FOIt THKISK MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, »2 A YEAR. Pi m?,J )An ' T TIMES-DISPATCH. IN-jifeS'-V.^ gtmbAT, by cAiuuEn. inc. £i { "1313K, r fJ, f^,SIIN'DAY TIJITCP-niSPATCH, UY « EKM.Y TIMKS-niai'ATCH. J1 YEAR „&*']' HN'SrONEI) COMMUNICATIONS WILT, RK P.R.TECTEr.i. M «J-JECTEn COMMUNICATIONS WILL NOT BE riETUHNI-m UNIiESS ACpOarPANIED UY STAMPS. TUESDAY: raimtJARY 22, IPOS. WILLIAM ROBERTSON TRICK). It Is -with great sorrow that wo nnnonncc this morning: the death of Mr. William K. Trisß. Though his health ti:.'" been bad for a year nml his condition for a Vv-r-ek ot more hnd been nln.nnIng, yet wlthnl tlio dread summons oomes as a groat shock. It Is not too much to say that tho death r>r no other man would c-auso more universal sorrow, In ever...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

Wearing Points are the best "SELLING POINTS" On its wearing points ALONE the REMINGTON TYPEWRITER. outsells every other writing machine REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY 706 EAST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, VA. TURF FRAUDS WIDESPREAD Police of Three Cities Are After Alleged Swindlers. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS. N. Y. Police In Chicago Raid Place Only to Find that All the Company's Books Had Disappeared — One Company Fulfills Promise. \ (Hj Associated PrciO CHICAGO, ILL.. Feb. 10.-Contlnulng their policy of aggression against turf Investment companies, the police to-day raided tho office of J. C. Rose & Company. A thorough search of the otllce disclosed the fact that all the company's booka h.-id disappeared, only a few papera lifting found in obpeuro drawers. . The olllce of Georgo Sliver was raided to-day, but whon tho police arrived the floors were locked and toe occupants hu/1 fllsappearcl. Evidences wero found, however, It Is said, which tended to show that Silver had been conducting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

B Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. The Remains of an Unknown White Man at Cape Henry. REV. BLACKWELL ACCEPTS Illness of Dr, Barr at Norfolk— Col. J. R. Waddy is Not Expected to Live. George M. Heppel Appointed to Succed Price. (Special to Tho Tlmp*-l>lspntch.) rfORFOLK, VA., February IC— Tho body of a man wns found on tho beach by a patrolman from tho Capo Henry Life-Saving Station nbout noon to-day, ffhe tcmalris had evidently been in the water several weeks, as the flesh from tha head and face had entirely disappeared, The body was 'that of a man five feet, fix Incfies tn hefsht, weighing 113 pounds. It was dressed In a bluo »ergo vest end trousers of dark mixed cloth. The .«hlrt was of bluo flannel mna under clothing was colored. Patent leather shoes eomj>leto tho apparel. Nothing was found in the man's pockets that would lend to Identification except a hoateswaln's whistle. -Vleholas AJbano's cleaning establishment, la Branr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

DEFENSE IN BISHOP CASE The Prisoner Makes an Excellent Witness on the Stand. A BETTER IMPRESSION The Cases Will Hardly Go to tho Jury Before Wednesday Night — Argument by Oounsel for Defense and Prosecution To-Day and To-Morrow. (SlHvlnl to Tho Timoii-Dlgpatch.) CIIAHLOTTK, N. C, Feb. 10,-From every point, to-dny's Hcs«lon has boon decidedly tho most interesting Blnco tho Bishop trial began. Court opened at ft o'clock, and aa at tho previous session, Bvory available space In tho court-room Was occupied by tho great throng of the curious. It was the defences' Inning. Tho Btato rested its caso Saturday afternoon, *nd this morning tho defense) openoO with lU testimony. As haa been intimated, thOjdefenso net up tho plea of «elf-do-CenHO and all tho testimony offerod by Ulshop'H counsel will bo directed toward •upporllng that pica. Mrs. Meyer, at whouo home Mlhb Bchultz and Btlss AVllson first mot tho defendant the evening of tho murder, wns the first witness, and there was a rlpplo of s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

DR. GUTHRIE SPEAKS HERE Delivered Throe Sermons In Richmond Sunday. HE IS COAIING AGAIN Rev. George H, Spooner on Dispensary 3ill— Rev. I. S. Boylos Afier tho Thoatres — Interesting Sermons Preached Sunday. Several sermons of unusual interest were preached Sunday In the local pulpits. Aa a general thing the attendance was very good, in spite of tho threatening: weather. At tbo Academy of Music in the> afternoon and at tho First Presbyterian Church in tho morning and at night tho Kcv. Donald Outbrie, D. D., of Baltimore, formerly pastor of tho Second Presbyterian Church in this city, proaohod to large audiences. As was to bo expected 'from Dr. Guthrle, tbo sermons wero Etroiig and al>le and created a profound Impression. The servico in tho afternoon was held under the auspices of tho Y. M. C, A., and was for men only. Dr. . Guthrle Ims consented to deliver Ihe anniversary address before tho Bible Society of Virginia at Its annual mooting this spring. Tho society...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

ili %, Jt Mm 1 Ula m§ v READY-TO-EAT JH< VP VHP JHflP' THE INLY WOEtT FLAKE CELEBY FOOD Scientifically prepared from a formula of Dr. Price of Cream Baking Powder fame. For growing children it is worth its weight in gold. Expert Union Labor only, employed. Every grocer sells it. "•>"- » price CEREAL FOOD CO., Battle Creed, Mich. CLEMENGV GRANTED TO FOUR CONVICTS Governor Refused to Pardon Norfolk Man. However. Notaries Named. Governor Montague yesterday granted several conditional pardons. William Buokner, -who at the May term, 18»7, ot the County Court of Middlesex, vras tried and convicted of murdor In tho second d?groe and sentenced to a tonn of ton years in tho penitentiary. Richard BaJloy, who at tho May term, 16W, of tho County Court of Surry. was tried and. convicted of murder In tlio fiooii/i degree and sentenced to a term of fifteen yoara in th« penitentiary. Flnlay Hairston, who at tho October term, IHI3, of tho Circuit Court of the county of Henry, w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

10 INDUSTRIALS WERE ACTIVE Railroad Stocks Were Firm. but Sluggish. MONEY CONTINUED EASY Time Loans were Quoted a Fraction Higher, as Lenders aro Disinclined to Put Money Out on Time at ! Low Price Ruling. (By Anaocinteil rrcsa.) NEW TORK, Feb. IG.-Thero wns a notable shifting of speculative Interest to-day from the railroad list into the specialties. Most of the stocks embraced In the day's movement wore industrials, but there >yore a few railroad and ofiier stocks Included which do not llgure In the usual activity of tho mnrket. The standard rnilrond stocks were iiulte firm, but t-hls win evidently due to sympathy •with tho advances In tho Industrials. There was some special strength In "Wnbosh preferred, -which wns due to buying by the interests which hnvo recently sustained that stock. Tho railroad list as a whole was conspicuous for the small number of tnuisnctlons in it and for tho sluggishness of Its movement. T.he several Industrials which rosi- to-day did not mov...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

rZLP WANTED— MAIE. VANTED. AN EXPERIENCED BUTJjiSR; > bring city rcferoncea, and apply at once to 815 W, Franklin Streot. IMNTJSD, REGISTERED PHARMACIST. Reply, stating experience, etc., to Box SO, Newport News, Va. BRICK-YARD FOREMAN WANTED; cflpa,blo of overhauling plant and takIdb on tiro ehar«o. Address HUGH C. RISDON, Lawrencoville, Vo, .WANTED. MEN AND DOYS TO tVORK on our nurnorlea. Apply at Nursery, Lakcßid* electric lino. W. T. HOOD & CO. WANTED. TRAVELING SALEBMEN to sell Blue-flame Oil Stoves to dealers ln Virginia and North Carolina. Address l>y letter, giving references, B. F. O. S., aa.ro this office. .WANTED, HARNESSMAKERS; GOOD wages 'and Bteady work; transportation a/lvanced; no labor trouble. Address LOEWENSTEIN & SONS. Charleston, .Wanted, four young men to take lessons in Shorthand at night; upon completion of crturso to take posl\tlons. Address or call on R. R. 8., 1607 W. Cary Street. .WANTED, A YOUNG MAN FOR STORE ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 February 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. Rainy Weather Fur- nishings. xtfaybo it won't bo ruining Tuesday morning when you road this; We hope not, but unless all signs fail, there'll bo lots of bad weather before spring sots in permanently. With a Raincoat and an Umbrella a "woman can bid defiance to the downpour. Raincoats of Crescent otto and Cravonetto Cloth, in light weights — Just the thing for this season. Oxford Gray RAfftana $K).OO. Oxford Gray and Tan Rain Coals, with a yoke bacli and front, !jU2,80, Tnn nnti Sllxed Green Coats, mado with a three cape collar, full sloevo with cud, Jjin.oo, UMBRELLAS of Twilled Gloria, Eain Umbrellas for women — all Silk Twilled, in colors of Navy, Red and Gray: Boxwood Handles and Silk Cases. If tho silk in these TJxnbrollas breaks within one year from tlio usual wear of an Umbrelln, we'll re-cover it free of charge. $2.98. FIERCE STORM lOW RAGING (Continued from First Page.) At Forth Worth and Dnllas tho snowfall was the h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

. Tllin TIMES, KOUNDICD 1888. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDKD IKB. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THEWtATHER. ' AVASiriNOT'ON, Ken. 18.-Forocast for STliurHdny and Friday: Virginia— Fntr Thursday, colder, except In extretiifj southwest portions, diminishing wcßt wlndd; Friday lncieualng cloudlness. North Carnllnii— Fair, colder Thursday, brisk to ,hl!;h north winds; Friday IncreaHinu cloudlnoss and warmer, probably followed by rain In wost portion. ClutllnK winds nnd a tnmpornture below frrpzltiK nearly all day ri-ndored yesterdny )iiohl dlßagrceabld. The Indlcntlons are that to-day will be little better. state of the Thermometer. P A. M 20 12 M 31 S P. M So fi P. M 33 D P. M 32 U midnight 27 Average 292-3 lllghc.it temperature yesterday '3.1 lowest tomperaturf yesttrday II Mfan tcmpcrnturo yesterday 2(", Normal temperature for Fob 30 Departure from normal temperature. 10 Precipitation during past 24 hours... (0 ' MINIATURE ALMANAC. Feb.! 13, 1902. Bun rises.... o:s'', HIGH TIDE. Bun ents S:M Morni...

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