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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

Forty ) Pages Three Sectiontf *W$K22&? S8$}SiBiifi I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,166, richmond; va., sunday, february 15, 1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMflARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THEWbATHER. WASHINGTON, Fcb. li.-Forecast for Kunday nnd'Monday: , ,, Vlrglnia-Raln- bunday und probably Monday; frcsh oastwlnrts. North Oirollnn-Rain Sunday and prob? ably Monday; -coldor Monday ln west por? tion; treah east to'aoullieast wlnds. Afteri a dellalittiil <!av rain hegan to fall last night, and iho temporttturo grew docldc-dly moro chllly. Ruln to-day And to-morrow lu prrdicted by' tho Weather Bureau.j STATE OF THE THERMOMSTER. l? A. M.% 12 11.'..KL CP. M.66 C P. M.:.M i P. M.'<? 12 roldnlght .??'!* Hlghcst tt-mpcr.ituro yesterday.50 Lowesl temprraturo yesterday. 4i Mean temperaturc yesterday.J9 Normal temperature for r'elx....3J Departure from normal temperature.. 11 Freclpltatloii during past 21 hours.. T M1NIATURE ALMANAC. Keh. 13, 1303. ftm rlses.... 7:01 I HIGH TIDE. 3un stts. 5:1S I Morning.7:07 ...

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. — 15 February 1903

the witnrsB went on ns before nnswerinfj qtifistloim without <uid. ADJOURNED UNT1L WEDNESDAY. After tho witnoss finally left tho stand the comtnittno went into a dlscu??ion nf plans foT future work, The defensn wns dono and Uio rcbtil.l-al wnn tho thinu noxt ln order. Tho prosr-.ciition hnrl no rn biittal witnwses at nnnd nnd a receM sras nccessnry. After Btafcrrjcnts front either side it was finally dc-lcrniined to ndjourn mitil Wodnrsdny cveninp ncst nt 8 o'clock. At thnt time tho icliuttnl will begin. Judgo Looijr thinks he will get through with it in one dny, but Mr. Strode is- doubtful. Twenty subpoenns havo been aliowed them. With the annonncement of tlie 'com? mittee ciune tho scnltering of thn forcea in nll directions. Thn thTony which throiifj'hoiit. the investigntion hns crowd ed the hn.ll suddonly mcltfd jnvay, Couii fel for citlier sido hurried out of town. Jud.ce Cnniplicll hiiusrtf went hack nt once to Amherst to attend the funeral of his father-in-law, Thonins W, P...

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. — 15 February 1903

"I don't know anything about their po ?Ulnn." "When the warrants against Day came up to your court, you rcfusod to sit ln tho onses?" "Yos, sir." "You Invlted Judsro Lovlng to alt, dldn't you?" "I dld." "How often had you Invlted Judgo Lov jiig before?" "About threo times." "Wliy dld you ask JikIro I^ovlng?" "Woll, sir, ir ynu wnnt to know lt, my reason was thls; Judgo I^ovlng liad rulod lu somo Whiskey eiwcs In Nelson, nnd hls doclslons hnd plonsed somo of the klckers In my oounty, I wanted to satlafy theso people, so I called tn Judgo Lovlng to try Day. Moreover, Judgo Lovlng had onco Invlted mo to sit In tho trial of hls brolher." "Judgo Lovlng decllncd to sit Iri tho Day caso, dldn't ho?" "He dld." "Dld you know of any other Judgo out Bldo of yourself who waa pcrsonally more irlondly lo Mr. Day?" "I knew ihey woro rrlondly, but not to that cxt.-nt. Judge Lovlng decllned to ?ervo, bo I Invlted Judgo Adams." TOOK A RECKSS. Chairman Soutliall pulled out hls watch. "How mticii longo...

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. — 15 February 1903

BILLAMINUTE IN THE HOUSE Measurcs Were Not Read ,by Tltle. THE LEE STATUE BILL Sonntor D.inlel Says He Would Be Glad \ to Soo it Pass the Legislature?Fignt Over Cbarlotte, N. C, Poslof fiDe?Parccl Post. By Waltcr Edward Harris. fSppclal lu Tbe fluiea-Dloputch.) WASHINGTON, D. C* Feb. M.-A largo portlon of the session of the House to-ilny was devoted lo pension bllls. Tne Bes'lon was Intcrestlng and Inslruetlvc. Bllls worc passed at tlic rate of nboul ono a mlnuto. Nobody obje-cted. Whcn ever a member. Dcmocrat or Kopubllcan. roso to make a remarlt rogarding n penci lng bill It was Invarlably preflxcd with th? rernark thut he had no Intentlon ot opposlng the measuro. Opposltlon would. Of course, do no good. Two years ago a Denrocrstlc member sleadlly opposed every pension bill that came up. Tho Republlcans havo nevcT forglven him, vnd to tlils day he Is ottcn pointed out M the man who opposed pension bllls. Thousands of dollars of the natlonal treasure aro appropriatcd overy hour whi...

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. — 15 February 1903

THE PEOpS'SCHOICE GOODLUCK jtaking Powder, IS AS VAST AS THE ENTIRESOUTI .One can demonsfrates h uburb mew <8x$><^<^$>?x*>4><^s><?>?^^ J I Several carpentors, palntcrs and decoru tor wlll Ilnd work to do In Fnlton next week, for last night was Valentlno Night nnd Friday night was Valcntlnc Eve, Tho occasion Is looked for with unusual lnterest by ihe boys of Fulton, for lt nieans a great tlmo for them, Ab soon as lt becamo dark lost night bricks and rocks of all slees nnd shapes began to thump against the doors. Gates 'woro removed from tholr hlnges, wlndow bllnda were broken, and comlc vnlontlncs of every descrlptlon were lodgoi upon tho porches of tho resldents. Tho fun wa3 kept up untll a late hour. . Mr. John Shunn, a well known farmer, liacl a narrow escape In a runaway accl dont Thursday. ln which he received paln lul injurlcs, Mr. Shurm was busy loadlng lils double wagon, when tho anlmals atlached be? camo frlghtened aijd dashed off at a lively...

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. — 15 February 1903

301 E. Broad St. (Gor. 3d.) A WEEK OF STRI! Third week of our Fobruary Clenranco Sale. Another deep cut in prices. Not a pair will be carricd over if low prices will make tliings go. Children's Shoes, sizes 6 to 8. nll solld, good, honost wearcrs; "2Qr< regular prices from 50c. to JI, *-' ?*** Children's Shoes, worth from 91.00 to $1.U. Inken oft of tho hlgli prleoil racks; sizes S1-2 to 12: styles CrfOf. to sult both boys nnd glrls.... *??** 309 palrs Boys' Shoes, slr.es 2 1-2 to 51-2, J1.25 grade, two styles? k\Qc sntlti c-alf and box graln. Uj?L Ladies' Shoes, only a fow QQ<-. palrs loft, nt. OVC 103 palrs of Lndlcs' Shoes, the S2.M and $2.50 gnulu. sizes broken, (P t "i(\ styles good . ?P *" Ladies' Hlgh Orndo Shoes, small sizes; tho newost shapes at less than tho raw materia! C f tfW cost.'..5>i.yo Lndlcs' Hond-nuulo Slioos, ln Box Calf, Mnt l<Jd. "ideal Kid," Pn,t. Kid and, Vicl Kid:; Sizes 1, 11-2, 2, 2 1 -2. 3 and 81-2, B.. C, D. nnd E. wldo; not a pair worth les...

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. — 15 February 1903

I DISPENSARY AT BOYDTON 1 Earnest Letter from a Number of Promlnent Citizens. THE SYSTEM A FAILURE Evll Results of tha Instltution at Boyd ton^Descrlbed by Those Who Hava Accurately Seen Its Working at Close Range. <8p.>i<!?l to Tho Tlmei-DIspatch.) BOYDTON,'VA., February H?To tho editor of Tlio Tlmcs-Dlspatch: In your Issuo ot Sunday, the flrst In ttnnt, thero appearcd an artlclo from Boydton pronounclng tho dispensary a Krand success. <ThIs ortlcle, aa tar as wo underetood lt, referrod to tho dispensary from tho standpotnt of business only. Vlowcd from this standpolitf alono, tho Instltution hna been successful, It hns brought a good rcvonuo to tho town of Boydton and has added something to tho cofTersVyof tho State.' It ls managed by men of character and flne business abil Ity, and ls as thoroughly respoctablo os an Instltution of Its kind could be. In Its high rospectauillty and orderll ness tho great danger of the dispensary as a demorallzlng agent has been proved t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

BAD WRECK ONSOUTHERN Passenger Train Runs Into Swltch Near Alexandria AT LEAST TWO KILLED Enrjtnecr nnd Firenv.n Killed?Police and Wrecking Train Sent to Scene from Alexandria?One Man Said to Have Been Arrestcd (lly Aaaorlatoil Prcsa.) WASHINGTON, February 14.?Train No, 33, nf tho New Tork and Florida Kx press, of iho Coutliorn Railway, run into an open swltch nt Ravonswprth, Va., to nlght. Flrcninn Walter Wlgglnton, col oroil, wns killed nnd Engineer 1-iomas Purvis ls mlssing. So far as known none of the passeiiKer.s wero serlously Injured. Tlie body of the flreman wns recovored, It is thought the swltch was tampered with for tho purposo of wrecking t..e train. Tho swltch Ilght was mlssing nnd tho lock gone. A man who ran into tho station at Burkes, two miles south of Ravensworth. and told of tho wreck, was delalned as a suspecL His actions were those of a domejucd miui. Hla name ls unknown. Tlie train conslsted of threo sleepers, a mail car nml a bnggago eor, Only tho onglne nnd l...

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. — 15 February 1903

THEN IF IT IS A PIANO* YOU WILL SELECT A IS IT A PIANO PLAYER? IF SO YOU WANT A '? PlflNOLA SALES ATTEST ITS SUPERIORITY STEINWAY KNABE HARDMAN STANDARD KIMBALL HAINES We write > about VICTOR TALKINC MACHINES They talk about wrlterj, a? well an poetn, wlts, aong Bters. Prices fol low alzes. Harmony 'on tajr" where you have a REQINA MUSIC BOX Many slses and. ityles, prlcea cor respondlng. "Our name Bynonomoua wlth rellabmty." WALTER D. lilOSES & GO. 103 E. BROAD STREET, It will pay you to call on us or wrlto to ua for catalognea. VIRGINIANS IN FLORIDA Sideboards In Towns and Seaboard Betweeri Them. OLD-STYLE HOSPITALITY Virginia Edltors Had to Shift from Wln ter Overcoals to Their Last Sum mer Suits, but They Enjoyed the Changei?A Good Time. (Spedal Correspondence Oi The Tlmes Dlspatch.) Bt. Auguatlne. Fla.. Around the Comer from tho Ponce do Leon, February 11, 1903. Those edltors they packed their grlpi, All on a wlnter's day, And put thoreln their comb and brush, And aouthwa...

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. — 15 February 1903

MOTHERS WEEK AT THE TYLER STORE. THIS week is originatcd in tbe intorest of mothors?to lot tliora know tho valuo nnd quality of tho storo's offoriugs. Apparol for tho boys at prices that -will provo a royelation to you in clofching thom. Each dny wo will offor a special in boys' woar at a ridicuously low prico. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S New styles in Sailor Blonso, Norfolk Sailor and Double-Brensted Suits of all-wool cheviots, well mado and trimm,cd. Jack ots braidod with soutache and guarantoed to wear, ?worth $3.00, at THE SUIT $1.98 BOYS'AND CHILDREN'S Suits in all-wool sergo, bluo, brown, and' maroon shades, mado in Blonso, S a i 1 d r, Norfolk, and Double-Breastod styles, medium weight, hand somely braided, worth $5.00, at THE SUIT $2.98 BOYS* SUITS in all-wool sergo and Scotch cheviots, spring weights, thoroughly well tailored, g*l ^ made in two and three-piece double-breastetl jj% it styles, sizes 6 to 16 yoars.rr7^*1 SPECIAL FOR MONDAY. Mother's Friend Shirt Waists, lanndered, wi...

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. — 15 February 1903

v AUCTION SALES-MONDAY. ??'??.?w?>...?.?..???...?,.,? .???? Mm4 By A, Ia. Adatnnon, Xloal Kstato Auclloneor, Manohester, Va, AUCTIOT* SALE OF A VERY ATTRAGTIVE VAUANT LOT, COIl?$!L2,? POWTBR AND SEVBNTH STRKTETB, MANOIIESTKR, VA. At the requent of tho owncr, wlio has aotormlned to dlsposo of thls proporty, I will Bell at publio auctlon, an tho prcm Isos, on monday, the ictii day op FIOBRUARYJ h>03, at 4:15 o'clock P. M., tho above UDT, fronting 130 foot on tho west sldo of Sovonth Street, at the oomer of Portor btreot; depth 119 feet. A BPlodndld oppor tunlty of gottlng ono of tho best lots in thn city at a bargaln. TERMS?Announood at sale. A. ti. ADAMSON. Auotloneer. By The Valentlne Auctlon Co? 012 East Broad Streot. LARGEJ AUCTION SAJyFJ OF HOUSB HOL.D FURNITURE. TO-MORROW Mondny) MORNING, FEBRUARY 16th. at 10:30 o'clock, we wlll soll nt our auctlon ware-rooma, No. 612 E. Broad Street. a Inrgo lot of Houso hold FurnJUiro, viz. : 10 good Bed-room SulU, 25 Flno Oak and Walniu...

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. — 15 February 1903

AT POINT OF STAGNATION Transactfons on StocK Ex" change Were Very Llmited. SELLING WAS RELAXED Price Movement Without Slgnificnncc. There Was Some Evidcncc ofSup port in Group, Notably In Gould Stock?Bonds Oeclined. {P.y Aasnelnlod t'ri>as,') NEW YOKIC, Foh. 14.?Tradlng ap proachcd noar lhe lcvol of stngnntion 111 tlic stock market to-day. It wns not un? til tlio last liiill liour of the session that the llrst sale In cltlior Sugur or Jlanlmt tan was reeorded. Up to that 111110 there hnd beon only onc or two trnnsncUona ln Unlted Statea Steel. The movfcmont ot prices In such ,a market enn have little slgnilleanco, unless of a nogatlvo chnr acter. The selling pressurc which wus notablo yostordny reluxcd to-day, and llioro was oven some eviilencc of support liero and thero. cspeclally In tho Gould group, ln vhlcfi was Wnbasli preferred. which wna llftod nearly n point. General Electric rose ftirther 011 nlloged expoc latlons of benellls to stocksholdors to ac prue from the purchase...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

WILTED ON FOUR ACES ?n Hot Gamoof Draw Poker That Runs In Staunton. BETTINO ON BIO HANDS A Player Who Won for FJfty-One VVoek In tho Year and Had a Balance of Threo Thousnnd at tho End of the Year. (From on OcwwloanJ Corrospondcnt.) U'lAirNTON, VA.. Feb. M.-Mv friend rii-.irue, ivlip is ln uubln?an here |n Btnun lon, Jit n Jolly companlon, a. valuable oon voraallonnllst and nearly alv/ayn haa ?omcth!tic Intorostlng and ln?trucrlve lo Ull. Thereforo I prlcked up my caro wid llatenod /Utentlvoly when I heaM him say to aome ono ln a placo where I happened to stroll: "One-half tho world don't know what tho other half la dolng, anyway, Now, to lllustrate thls, when I ilnlsli tclllng you about a blg "caino of draw p.iHor, which runs full-bUust ateadlly tlght hero In Staunton?ot Vthose oxlstcnce I'H bet you llve dollars ogalnst a glnger calco ycu have no ldea~you wlll bo astonlsnei." You may ba sure that thls exclted tho lnterest of every one, and all prosunt rnthcrod around and llstcncd. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

CHARGE 25 Cents, CashinAdvance THESE ARE TH- WONDER WORKING WfiNT ADS. THATBRINQ GREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM CHARGE 25 Dents, UashlnAdvanoe _r__P WANTED?MALE._ BRICK-VARD FOREMAN WANTED; capable or ovorhauling plant nnd ink InK enllre charge. Address HUOil C. UOSDuN, Lawroncevllle, Va. WANTED, MEN AND BOYS TO WORK on our nuiserlca. Apply at Nursery, Lakeslde electric line. W. T. MOOD (i. CO. WANTED. MEN WITH KIO TO INTRO ilucc Monarch Poultry Mlxturej 520 tveoltly iiih) exncnsi's; year'a coatractj weeltl. pay. Address, wlth BtantV. MONARCH MFG. CO.. liox 13W, SprluR fl.jld, III._ Wanted"! travelino sa lksmen to sell Uiu?-flame Oil Stoves to dealors ln Virginln and North Carolina. Ad? dress by letter, glvlng refcreuccs, B, F. O. S., caro thIQpffice. WANTED, HARNESSMAKBRS; 000D ?wagee and ateady work; Iranoportatlon advnnred; no labor trouble. Addres? L.Oi;\\ ENSTEIN & SONS, Charluton, AV. Va. BBVES CASH PR1ZE PROVERB CON .TEST TO-DAY. (W A NTED ? SALESM EN; SPECIAL nblllty counta. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

HELP WANTED?MALE. CHGAR SALESMEN AVANTED; EN P.6Ilen^, uiinecesaary: good pay. EMAN 11EL CO? Station ''.l"' Now York. TIIE AMERICAN MUtTtaY, LIFE InT HURANCE CO., Elkhiirt, Ind.. Insures ticrpions CO to 8i| dovcntenn ycarn ln IiubUices: Ubeml conl rncts to agents, ?'?.?ft'1*01* wANlE^?kAtfer..,' ^^^P^^^^OwiT^^ BY IN. telllgen hpynot hfrald nf work. Ad? dress 'AVORK," carrt Tlmes-DlRpatch, Room 17, WANTEp-A POSITION ~A8 CLERK. mncnlnlst or asslstant.; young man wlll give ten dollarB for samo. MACHINIST. caro thla office. VvXNTlfn-YjY~iTlU^^^ Just from school, poslLlon of any kind. ^Address ljOY. care. this office. _BOARDERS WANTED. WANTED-ROARDERS FOR TAVO DE llghtful connectlng front rooins, soeonrl floor; nlso special rates for table boaid ^ crs. No. gOfMSast Franklln Streot. ~ FoTFs'alI" for sale-laundry, grocer and Rutchor WagonS, now and second-har.d, nt W. C. SMITH'S, No. 311 North tflftti Streot. FOR SALE-A SECOND-IIAND PnAE TON. PONY DRAYS nnd RUBEER TIRED SURREY, at sneoliU ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

HEAVY WEEK JUST AHEAD Legislatura to Have Up Tax Bill and Annexation. INSURANCE BILLS UP Measures of Messrs. Bruce and Sale Set for Hearing Thursday?Osteo? paths Again To-Morrow Night. Many Other Matters. Tiere Is a big week ahead for t.ho ?aw- ] makers of the State in both branches of j the General Assembly as well as la the , vsjrlous committees. The.ru are two matters j pending before the Senate of sweeping moment. and they will require much tinse before they are disposed of. One Is that relating: to the mode of an? nexing propetry adjacent to cities and towns, and the other the bill of Senator RaJe, creating a Department of Insurance. Th? former Is now being considered as a. special order, and the latter will come up shortly in its regular order. These sub? jects are both of widespread interest to the people, and many speeches will be beard before they are finally disposed cf. On the House side there aie many Im? portant matters up. The special order is the genersJ tax law, and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

Forty Pages Three Sections the^i'siTa^ciI: S88&&S lio: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,166. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEMtUARY 15, 1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FATEOF PRINCESS _LOUISE Punishment MilderTlW Formerly Obtained. ANOTHER SCANDAL AT MUNIPH COURT Not All the Sons of Noble Famllies Get Rich Wives. SCIONSOFROYALTYIN SERV1LE EMPLOYMENT Orthodox Germany Astounded by Lec ture of Professor Detilzch on Higher Criticism, and Shocked That the Emperor Attended the Lecture?Press Doesn't Dare Give Oplnlon. By MALCOLM CLARUfc. (Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch. Copyright, 1003.) (SpwJal to Thn Tlmpn-Dlnpatcb.) BEnLlN, Feb. 14.?Ono thlng is cer? tain, tho ex-'Crown Princess ?oiilso o? Saxony, though virtually a prisonor ln th? sanltarium near Salzburg. 1h not ?uch ln the scnse which the term would have Impllcd In Blmllar cases a fow years ago. Hor case at present is onal ogous to that of Princess Louiso of Co burg, who ls ln an asylum near Dres den; There ls n. general lmprcf=slon tliat when membe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

ACADEMT?Tuesday, Herrmiuin; ?Wed? nesday, matlnee and night, Sweet Clover; Thursday, Friday and Saturday, matlnee vid night, Foxy Grandpa. BIJOU.?Cripple Crcek, all week, wlth usual matinees. Melodrama?the good. old-fashloned. Western raelodrama^-wlll be at the Bl ]ou this week. There are many theatre Utoers who still are not ashamed to admlt that they like this type of play. The nld-Ume melodrama ccrtalnly had less harm ln lt than many of tho new plays tvhlch have been' glvcn to a greedy pub Uc within the past few years. The good old melodrama, which has *cen its best days, always iipheld all the vlrtues and condemned tho vlces. The slns of manklnd were not set ln a rilded- frame, but wore palnted in the iiirkest colors. The vlllaln waa always ?f the deepcst dye, and. received the ijlsses of the gaJlery. The melodrama ippealed to honest hcarts, and its sen Uments found anecho among th? great tnlddle-class. The gallery was not tjhamed to show emotlon, and while lt ?kpressed Its cont...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

This Way Will Cure Else I'li Pay Your Bill Myself. , T wlll citro you?aB I havo half a mllllon others?and take all tho risk myself. I will fnrnlsh you the utmost that meaiclno can do; and unlcss it succccds lt shall be absolutely free, Simply send me thls coupon or writo mo a postn.1, utatlng which book you need. I wlll thon mall you an order?good at any drug etore?for six bottles Dr. Shoop's Rcatoratlve. You may tako it a month on trial. If it succceds, the cost ls $6.50. If lt fails, 1 wlll pay your druggist myself, and your mero word shall decido it. You see this offer every where, nll the tlme,. and thousands every week aro cxpocting it. And you must rcalize that I am euring those thousands, else tho olTcr would ruln me. You who aro hesitating nre wronging yoursclves. You can havo health for the asking. And I know from a voat experience that most of you must get my help to get well. Tho reason is that my Rcstorative strengthens the inside nervca. It Ib tho result of a lifetime's...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 15 February 1903

The Times'-Dispatch THE DAILY T1MES-DISPATCH IS BOIiD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THB 8UNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS BO-D AT FIVE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, WC. A MONTH, J5 A YEAR; 12.50 FOH SIX MONTHS; *1.G0 FOR THREE MONTH8. SUNDAY TIMES-DIBPATCH BY MAIL, *2 A YEAR. , THE DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, IN CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARR1-R. 15C. PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, Bi CARRIER, 6C. PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. Jt YEAR ALL UNSIONED COMMUN1CATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. REJECTED COMMUNICATIONSW1LL NOT 13E RETURNED UNLESS AC COMPANIED BY STAMPS. SUNDAY. FBRUARY 15, -03. flR. LINCOLN ON NEGRO SUF FRAQE. . In a recent lottor of Judge Rogor A. Pryor to tho New York Sun, publlshed on Llncoln's blrthday, ho calls attention to some tvlews pf Lincoln on negro oqual lty, both social nnd politicnl, wlth the white man, which seem to aomo porsons to be cxtraordlnnry, conslderlng tho sourco from which thoy came. But Judgo Pryor did not tell tho wholo story ns Lin? coln himself told it. Mr. Lln...

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