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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

« to nay Homethlns to the eftect, It seamed, tbnt Mn Hulls lihibiiukb hnd not lv'en itscouUiouß or unparliamentary, lo whleli far. Blayden replica Hint ho did not know Hint the gentleman from Illinois w«« lunllfled to oxprPßs an opinion ftfl ta Irhelliw it wail el then ARK NOT DJSTUHUED. Virginia Congi^psmen do not upponr to if giving themselves a grent dwil »f CQh> ocrn oboul the redlsl lifting I'll! »" w pending In Hi* Lenlmniuic. Mr. Jones Is most affected by the char. « I" I"" fllxtrlrt, n« It Ib proposed to put Now. port News Into the First District. Lap(nil. Luna. mhlcl recently thnt he thought tin people of MniuheMei Ami CheHcrlHilJ wb&<- se.lbusly 01-Jeot to being taken from lh« Third District and being I 1"'I 1 "' lllUl the fourth. Tlih Congressmen who.-,' dl«tilfls are nfiuitctl by the chnnge all ™- prcjsed rogivt' to lo.so L oiiMtlluciit.« wit" whom they haV-b become wrll ucmialnted tr.rcgii yeai.« of service, but they Hie vvlllliiK to un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

SMITH ACQUITTED IN, MANCHESTER m A Nice Point of Law Decided In the Corporation Court There. fti tho Corporation Court of Manchester last night Ben Hmlth, colored, was Acquitted or tno charge of unlawfully oxtflrtlnjr monoy from T. E. Wlnfrco, a white man. Air. 15, (ih Wells represented Smith. It appeared from tho ovldonco that on Chrlstmaß Evo Emlth. to whom Wlnfroo owed J2, cnugJUL tho latter as ho was about to board a IHln, hold him and demanded pnymentlKpMr. Wlnfreo lost his train, but paid the money, For this ho wan tried In tlio Mayor's Court, sont on to tho grand Jury and put under bond of ijBOO for twelvo months. A nice legal point was involved In tho case, and after It had been discussed at length, tho Judge Instructed the Jury that a charge of extortion could not Ho If a man wero claiming that which was JUHtly duo, Tho Jury acquitted Smith, but tho Judgo reprimanded him, saying his conduct was most reprehensible. MEN WERE LASHED TO DECK OF VESSEL (By AmwcUted Pre«».) NETW ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch i>uj)MßHrcr> bktik ano ymwmr at vL MNrrwhWD jan. 5.. itwi, ax RICIIMONp, VA., AH fliCi.'OND" CLASH MATTER UNDBR. ACJfJJF (JQNGHMBU OP MAUCIt 8. IMO. Tim pAit.Y rrMjOH-iHsrATU m too. -A MONTH. {G A YBAKi MjW 1;O]« r SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCU HY MAIL, RnAh-vR nAh-v times-dispatch, including SUNDAY. BY CARHIER. 1&0. P tWsUKDAY TIMEa.DIBPA.TCH. BT ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WIU, BE REJECTED, _. TT T nfoncTED cCMNtyiqcATioNa ns ox. .NOT BK RETURNED UNLESS ACVOMPANIKD TIY STAMPS. \ UPTOWN OFFICK AT T. A. MILLERS'. 519 K. HROAD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1902. HbiyiE-coMiNa. I^Orth Carolina Is to have an "Old Home Week," <Vhen the sons nnd daughters of that State who have moved away Jnt'o other sections of the country will be invited to return to the city of Greensboro and enjoy the hospitality of their own kith and kin. The custom Is not new; It has long been In vogue In New England, and tho occasions have been toUr.d most agTeeabl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

MANSHAK WON CARNIVAL STAKE Was Only Favorite to Pass ' Under Wire First at New Orleans. (Hy Amioclatod Press.) NEW ORLEANS, LA., Feb. 18.-Man-■hnk, who landed tho Carnival' stako. ■Worth $1,04G to the winner, by a neck, •was the only winning favorite to-day. Bfickod from 6 to 6 to 0 to 10, and the favorite In the bottlng, the colt outrode Ijlh flold, showing all t.ho early speed, nnd though tiring at tho end,' hnd efioußh epoed left lo land tho prize. Summary: First race— nix furlongs— Par Excellence <8 to 6) first, Nyx (15 to 1) second, Molllq .T. (16 to 1) third. Time, 1:10 1-5. Second * race— Helling, one mile— Denny Duffy (3 to 1) first. Ruby liny (10 to 1) ficcond, Prlnco Webb (100 to 1) third. Crime, 1:45. Third race— ono mile and nn eighth— 'Atlanta (9 to 1) first. Cos Well (7 to 6) second, Major Mansir (2 to 1) third. Time, I:D7. Fourth race— the Carnival stakes, four furlongs— Manshak (9 to 10) first, Dick Bernard (3 to I) second, E. C. Ilunte (G to'l) third. Tim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

B Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. i HUBERT IS STRANDED Big Three-Masted Schooner Goes Ashore. RESCUE A THRILLING ONE Tho Bodies Island Llfo Savers Rescuo the Crew With Thfiir Apparatus. The Wrecking^ Tug Rescue is Hurrying to tho Scene. (Spadul to Tlie Timon-Ulspntcb.) NORl p OL«K., VA.. Feb. IS A messenger from tho North Oarollna coast brought to Cape Henry Life-Saving Station this morning tho news of tho ntrandliig of the big . three-masted echoonor U'llllnm H. Sbubert, Captain IJoughlery, bound from PlilUwlolphia to Cardlnaa, Cuba, with a load , of coal. Tho Shubort struck the beach three mtjos north^of Bodies Island, abreast of Roanoko Island. N. C, Mon«ay nleht at 11 o'clock, when the great Btorm that swept tho coaat waa at the heipht of its Cury. . * A dispatch at- the WeatJher Bureau Uila e-ftornooii says tlui.t tlie Shubert. Uiough In a moat perilous condition, may be saved, and the Merrltt & Chapman •wrooßlne tug Uoscue, which l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

Fourqurean, Temple 6 Co, A Little Forceful Stocking Talk "g"jVEIIYBODY'S interested in stockings— ■ATMs 1 doubly interested in good ones, and -2™2J when extra good ones come at the prices we quote to-day there's no reason why folks shouldn't grow enthusiastic. Hero are 40 dozens of Black Lisle Lace Hose, an good as any you eve* bought at 26c, in this salo at 19c. 50 dozens Half Hose for Children, blacks and whites. These are 150 stockings, in this salo at 10c a pair. 25 dozens Children's Black and Colored 250 Half Hose at 12 l-2c. Fancy Reverings Half Price and Less There are twenty pieces in thiß interesting offering of Reverings. They represent an unusually complete line of desirable small patterns. Ideal for shirt-waists and yokes, for baby caps and little dress trimmings or for any purposo -where dainty designs in. open work can be used. Some are white, some ecru, some ecru with white embroideries, all 42 inches wide. j Tlie 50c qualities for 38c. The 65c qualities for 42c. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

Yl AD &. big hustle at our shop yesterday selling Overcoat./* for wmg CASH. The weather was right; the Overcoats were rijjht, *™** and so were the prices. Sale will continue to-day. None charged or sent on approval Men's Overcoats Overcoats thnfc fold up to?:i&.00, cash tt**y r/\ snlo P/OU Overconts that, sold up t0 530.00, cash gf C QQ Overcoats that Bold up to 125,00, cash Jttjo trt snlo »"*'O U Overconts thnt sold up t0520.00, cash <JJ|f| aa wile ir * WIUU Overconts that sold up t0515.00, cash CJ*y m sale • iPf»OV Overconts that sold up to §10.00, cash <g rqq TRIBUTES TO W. R. TRIGG Friends Far and Near Attend Funeral at Holy Trinity, FLORAL TESTIMONIALS Designs and Wreaths Rich and Handsome—Church Packed to Doors and Many Stood — Appropriate but Simple Service. 12very seat In Holy Trinity Church was taken yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, •when the "uneral of Mr. William R. Trigg occurred. Not only so, but many stood daring the servi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

ling the Stomachs andßovwls of ||| Promotes DigesKonCheerPul- §3 ness and Rest.Conlains neither fm Opium.Morplune nor Mineral. w& Not narcotic. id fifty* of OUOrSAMJELtmiBR 'M HenpJtM Srr-ti- < $9 joomh* \ m %%&**+ ) I Qnnlitd .bitjar I hm mfryrm- rjxrm ) LJffi A perfecl Remedy ForConsUpa- ■11 non , Sour Stomach.Diarrlioea ml Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- 3m ness tinci Loss of Sleep. H FacSiinilc Signature op I ,§j EXACT COPY OF WRA BRER, ffl MRS. KATE CLAYTON WAS DISCHARGED No Evidence to Connect Her With Theft of a Ring. Police Court. The caj«e of most Interest In the PoUco Court yesterday morning was that of Mm. Kato Clayton, who was charred by Mrs, Hettle Terry with having Uken * diamond ring from her valued at JJ23. Tho two ladles are neighbors, and It was said were frequent visitors. It was upon one of these visits that Mrs. Clayton wm alleged to havo carried off the ring. There was not the slightest wnount of evidence to connect Mrs. Clayton w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

TENDENCY DOWNWARD Double Hbllday Increased Stagnation of Market. PRICES WERE SLUGGISH Movement Was Reactionary and Close Was Steady at Genera! Net Declines Running to Point or More In a Few Prcmlnnnt Stocks. <Bt Associated PrcM.) NEW TORk, »b. IS.-TJic decision of the governors of tho N'cw York Stock Exchange, to-day to suspend operations from Friday e\-«nlnK until the [ollon-ing Tuesday morning confirmed the. tendency towards stngnntlon In the market. With the curtailment of activity prices moved BlujTfrlshly and In an irregular way. but the downward tendency prevailed nnd the market closed steady at general net declines, running tr» a point or more In a few of the prominent stocks. Amalgamated Copper was a feature of the trading and made further progress upwards, but without maintaining its highest price, ■which reached 74. This compared with 70 In February of last year, ivhlch was the highest of that year, to-day's price ■was the highest thus far touched this year. The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 February 1903

Hal,? WA-TTEj'— MCAI-I.^ WANTED, REaiSTITIED PHARMA- ? n 15^ Mating sxperisnc*. «Uj., to Box 26, Newport I.owa. Va. "W ANT ED. ADDRKSaiiI OF TWO On throe young men, with talent for drawing and a desire to make money, Addrees D. _„ C ftr_ thla office. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED BUTL£,R; bring city referenu-s, and apply at ones to 815 VV. Franklin Streot. WANTED. A PRESS FEEDER; BOY OR Blrl.; Apply at once to WARE & DUK_, 6 Governor Street. WANTED. AT ONCE, A MAN OF Borne experience In hardware buxlnesi; acrid references. A good position. Address "5.," Covtngton, Va. WANTED. A JOB COMPOSITOR. A good man can Becure a permanent position. Address COMPOSITOR, Box 881, city. Wanted, first-class druggist label COMPOSITOR; will pay bost salary In city: steady situation. Lttbcl Press FEEDERS also wanted, Apply JULIAN C. ANDERSON, 1835 Franklin S treat. BOY WANTED TO LEARN TRADE; steady Job. SOUTH EKN STP. & STATY. CO., Building Twelve-six, Main Street. WANTED. TWO BTRONO, ...

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

Miller & Rhoads. Half Price for Coats and Furs Our usual February nnd March cold woatlior is with us, wid no lolling how long it may continue. You can face these chilling •winds it just about half the expense of a couple a months ago when wait or Vas trifling -with us. t>s2.ni) to PIO.OO for g.-od coats ror women. Former prices JS.tO to OT-60. £1.-4S to 57. "0 for airls' coats. Formerly sold jr DS to ?:?• ■•*. More Bargains in Blankets and Comforts The last couple of nights have been strong advocates of the need [or these thing's — now look at these reduced prices. J6.50 Blankets for $5. 00 • Soft, fluffy wool. 12-4 s!z«, wide silk binding. $4. 00 Blankets for $3. 00 Fine California wool, silk bound 10-4 size. Suitable for single bods. £2.50 Blankets for $2.00 Heavy gray wool, soft and fleecy, 10-< size-, tape bound. $2. 00 Comforts for $1.50 Well filled with pure laminated cot- THE BURIAL OF PAUPERS They Cannot Be Interred in Shockoe or Riverview. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

PAGES. m THE TIMES, FOUNDED 1886 ,WHHT 17 MTTTVTOTTta irinn THK niSHATCH, FOUNDKD 1850. W tlULli NUMBER, 16,172* INSANITY IS NOT NOW INCREASING Letter of Dr. Foster on This Subject. GREAT NEED OF MORE SAFEGUARDS is Too Easy to Put People in an Asylum Now, DR. FOSTER EMPHATIC UPON THAT SUBJECT He Says Phthisis is Increasing and Innoent People Are the Sufferers From the Arrangement of tho Hosplt- . als— Too Strenuous Life Often Causes Insanity. me statement recently made in the Senato that insanity Is largely on the Increase In Virginia has arousod much Interest. In a letter on this subject Superintendent L,. S. Foster, of the liast=rn Stato lloupital. Bays: 1 beg to say that my observation at :hls hospital for the poßt four years has oot been such as to convince me that • '.hero Is any vnry great Increuso In Insanity beyond what might be expected vith n growing population. In tho re|>ort of the superintendent of this hoa£. pitals for the fiscal years ending the*3oth uf Sep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

t 'if -W RICHMOND, the Capital city SB „¥ or the Commonwonlth. Maiming - SB -m* the distinction of , Mother of 9£ Presidents, the hlrt ridny nnnli'«r*ary of dcorge Washington wm< nrst ceithrntrd mi F«hrunry lllh (0. t3.t-1~82. Eleven yenrs Inter, according to , Ne,w Style-, the date adopted wns Feb- ■. rimry the 22nd. / F'i much h.is been written- of Wnshlw;* lon thiit nnrhlng now renalns to he told. The triifr. Oenrß*? Washington. "flrfM In ».-nr. firm In pence imhl f list In Ihc hearts WASHINGTON COAT OF ARMS. of his countrymen," Is an American cube., rooted In the affections of every linsn. woman and child throughout the I'nlon— so that the ways ami whims of Washington can never bo told too often. JIARY, THE JfOTMER OF WASHINGHis mother, whosa Influence moulded to a great degree his character, was Mary Ball, the daughter of Colonel JoBtjih Bull, of Lancaster county. Va. She was a Just woman, not only to her own ■ Offspring, but to her husband's childrei by bis first ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

iiTHESTORY f ELLINO MACHINE f Being the Queer Object Found by Buster John, sweetest Susan, Drusilla and Billy Biscuit, Under the Guidance of Wally Wanderoon. The Children go to Visit Billy Biscuit and on the Way Discover the Old IVlen Who Is Looking For Good i,,, Times We Used to Have.. '. By JOEL CHANDLER'H ARRIS. (Copyrighted, 1908, by S. S. McCluro Co.) The mirrendor of Qcncrn] Tree's army, and- tho emnnclputlon of the ncgroeH, made a gretit change In the prospects and prosperity oC the Southern ppoplo, and brought about many results, which, while dlHngrecnblo In themselves, havo since worked to the advantage of the whole country. Such country gentlemen as Mr. Abercrombic, who, It will be romembcrcd, was the grandfather of Buster John and Sweetest Susan, wero compelled to give up tlio wholesome lives they had been leading, and look elsewhere for tho means of making their living. But Mr. Aborcromble, was more fortunately ultuated than the great majority of tho Southern planters. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

E Times-Dispatch ED £>AlT,y AND WEKKI.TAT STH STREET, RICHMOND, *TEKI3D JAN. 27. ISO 3, AT 2ND, VA.. AS SECOND. MATTER UNDKR ACT OK I HESS OK MARCH 3, ISTO, AIlTv TIMBS-DISPATCtt' IS TWO CENTS A COPY. 'NDAV TIMKS-niSFATCir IS KIVF. CENTS A COPY. TIMKS-DISPATCII BY MAIL, • NTH, *5 A YEAR; J2.ro FOR NTH 9; JI:M FOR THREE | MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, BYEAR. E DAIIjY TIMES-DISPATCH. JNDrNG SUNDAY, BY' CARRIER, 15c. MEEK. E SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. BY RIEK. Be, PER WEEK, SEKIA' TIMES-DISPATCH. 81 YEAR L. UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS JECTED COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE RETURNED UNLESS AC- SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1003. THE CONFEDERATE CAUSE. Colonel William E. Cameron, who In |) in eloquent orntlon presented to Lea I Camp on Friday night a portrait ot Gen- *;' srnl James L. Kompcr, denies that ho ir expressed gratification that the cause of ft the South, failed, or that, he uttered any ' words that were capable of such construction. We regret exceedingly tho error In our report, but...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

POE"S PHOTO GIVEN TO HIM Dr. J. F. Carter Received It From Rosalie Poe. HE WAS POETS FRIEND ' They Used to Walk the Street 9 Together and Poe Was With Him on Last Night In Richmond— Fund of Intcrectlng Reminiscences. 3b llfc-atory In fact or fiction Is ot more Interest than that of Edgar Allen Poe. who spent his boyhood and youth In this city, and who, though she thought llttlo enough of him In his lifetime, Richmond claims, wltli Baltimore, the honor his name and his unexcellod. If not peerless, poetical productions bestow, Poe dl«d In 1849 and it Is a rare treat now to moot one who know him woll and whose memory Is clear after tho lapse of (lfty-four years. Buoh a person la found In Dr. John F\ Carter, oC this city. Though Bofonty-sovcn years of age and ■omcwhiit feeble In body, his mind Is as bright and strong and hl» memory as clear as il was when ho walked the streets of Richmond with his friend, Poo, Riwon" and "Annabel Loo" at Duncan Lodge, now the Richmond Industrial . Home,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

± ,IU-*t two days rrmrr .inn me ihihci (■<:•— ion of 1933 will bo at an end. next Wodlcsday being the first day of Lent, Tnc Inma l,ent, as nil tho world knows. n,.:iiis spring, and Iho season. of Lent Jili^s In Llio great spring fast, Just a* tlie Sostor season symbolizes the great spring Th old Anglo-Saxons called March tho .cnerth month, possibUy, because durhiß Its course the vernal equinox occurred iml the days grew perceptibly longer, or joca-use being devoted to matorin] pleas-iro-s. the Alnrch period of abstinence and tasting mndo tho hours seem long and their burden wearisome. Twentieth century people of the "Smart Bet" do not emulate tho Saxons. To them March seems all too short for what they wish to crowd into it. AJrendy Plnehurst, Aikan, St. Aupustlnc. Pnlm Beach and other So-uthorn " resorts are . flooded with pray visitors, seeking Immunity from plercliiß winds nncl leaden iklos and seeking Lenten diversions at Ihe samo time. The out-of-door life, the folEl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

(Continued from Sixth Page,) wlll bo lnrgely mad up from tho ranks 6f married people, there being only a few exceptions 'ln tho caso ot very intimate Mends. A feature of tho occasion will bo tho C<*ntlemr>n present, who will eschew the delights of their clubs nnd of each other's society for one evening nnd revive tho atmosphere of several deendes ago, when no entertainment was considered complete without a proper Infusion of the gallant masculine element. Solid South Table. Tho chnlnnun of the Solid South tablo nt tno Confederate Bazaar Is Miss Minnie lirtughmnn; the alternate/' Miss Elizabeth J>\ Townes; the treasurer, Bliss Isolino JfOHCS. The committee Includes. Miss Nannie R. Hcth, of Washington, D. C, Mrs. Frank T. Crump. Sirs. T. M. Emerson, Miss Isabella Maiiry, Mrs. Robert Whlto, of West Point, Va.; Miss Julia Gouldman, Miss Eleanor Tree, Mrs. Chiles Ferrall, Mrs. W. W. Read, of New York, and Mrti. Normnn V. Randolph. The members of the Junio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

* SOCIETY IN NORFOLK A Quiet Week Precedes the Enforced Quiet of Lent. THE EVENTS OF THE WEEK Norfolk Girls Are Resting Upon Their Oars, While the Busy Social Season of the Winter is Passing— Some Card Parlies and Teas. (Special la TUit Timca-Dlsnatcii.) NORFOLK, VA, Feb. 21.— Girls lick tire coy. They know when to bo seen and ■vlicn to bo as demure as a Quaker, without the assistance of the garb of grny ; and when to Iw devout without the poselblo hypocrisy of tho Puritan;. The Norfolk girl is neither I'urltun nor Quaker, yet she knows ho\v to assume, If she does not possess the charms of both. Those Querulous and malicious persons, who do not know tho sterling . clior.ictcr ot the ICorfolk girls, might bo Inclined to beJlfcVO tliat they are. assuming a character \lint they do not possess In remaining bo >ulet for an entire week, because of the approach of Lent, when they will have Jo bo quiet. But neither malice nor any *>lher unjust and unworthy sentiment ca...

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