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

tt Hey, there ! Yew hain't paid no toll ! Cum back here ! M " Great HokeylTlt's Harold and ßujertde Courgeyir "What kit? A boltiromhfiyin^iraro? 1 ' mCHMOND, VA., StDSTBAT, FEBKUABT 22, 1903. "They've got tew cum Back this way, Ezra,arid we'll ketch 'em !" "They're sure to be killed!" # QhJ look, Haroldl Thev look furinier'nwe did!" rf/ Herc they cum now, Hiram, and they're cumin' like blazss!" " We'll be hung fer murder, Ezra 1 " " Tiiis is more iun thaajidia'-iQwa.hiU^RuWl"

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

LOST PAPER. WHERE IS IT? Manuscript of the Confederate .Constitution Sought «%*. LEE AS A WORLD'S HERO 7- - ■ Salient Points In His Character—Anec- . dotes and Poems Concerning the Soldier* .of tho Two Armlss. the fact that the manuscript copy of the Constitution Of tho Confederate Slates Cannot be found it In. existence, la revived In a newspaper letter written by Sir. William B. Guftl». General Alnswbrth, wlio hiU charge of the War Record's OjncO In Washington, Is of the opinion that the documt'iil Wfts never ahgrossed. On thnt subject The Tlmes-L>ißi>&tch Ih not informed, but Fomc of olir Jto«tßorii«ry coiHempifftr.o* may be, for It was In thnt city that the Confederate Constitution was fmmexjl. Perhaps there Are olerioiil or other tsmpioi'es br th* convistttion who remember what was done ai to that. Possibly the rough draft w.-lh placed In the hands of eomo expert penman to be handsomely engrossed and, by reason of the accidents or exigAn«l63 oC...

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

EWS AND GOSSIP FROfl FOREIGN CAPITALS AND CITIB^ SPEAKABLE TURK LEFT UNMOLESTED >Itly on Jealousies B^pean Nations. nJjG CONTRAST have pi . The / scruftflry Between ' Two Most No y(yiembers of tho Briilsh the —Pope Leo. to Celebs -our Distinct Jubilees. F txst a « i WAX O'RELL. Umi Je to The Times-Dispatch. rooiSgpyright, 1903.) , If sK lary 2i-— I' 1 ") unspeakable wouldlbtly going to ho left un•kin "^H Is truo that the lute profesßlgL llcs lmyo RroUKea i, v . nOHCQi SJ|l clo was ~IM ln Europe. tha.t pliobrush anrflblo scenes have been Bcelßd offel )hfi realistic enouKli Night iH%rceze ln your veins, brush or h«P no purpose, •warm and at accuntome<l to tlio Make a. lath«f those misdeeds, over tho fac&the Bhatne ot me It the face fcl" be don". »Nt movement«|i le«s concerned wrinkles shouiawwere t»f Christstage, so as to Hktraßcs on their pronounced. -won Whey of a about ire very wrlnkledVn allowed by ty In ornaicatlnß ft through the 1 complexion bru...

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

, (Copyright. MM, by Anthony Barker.) tll popid lungs, good health. Bt Goo<l Juppe, good appptlta. ls Oood lungs, no consumption, no nerfc vousneis, no .pains in the heart, no lnsomala, "■ no dizziness, no smothering j -p.ejle. and .UtUo or np danpor Jrpm pneus npn)a < pleurisy and Ulndred Uls. „. (Jood liings mean much air for the body. JPlenty of ireiih air means all the oxygen thjt t.J»e !>Pdy can consume, and oxygen' C U-A tj|oo<l tnkv? lifaltji to all parts of pthe human system. Thus ' pood lungs pare at the bqttopj of eood health. ■y flood lungi oon 1)6 kept through life 1-iOnjy by fonstant end consistent exer£,c\se. TJndejr nprmal condltlonß the chest ennd JU muscles naturally increase in o.glßß -Until *he twenty-fltti year. Increase C^n chest dimensions is primarily d«e to T greater lung expansion- After this pet T\9i the cliest gradually recedes unless cxer-cjse pf some eprt is used to curb this }. uodency. This Is » recognized ph...

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

LINES OF LOVUNESS RESTORED BY ART OF S The Flesh is Made Firm and the Texture of the Skin Improved—Daily Care and Attention Needed if One Would B e Beautiful. BY KATHKRINB MORTON. (Copyright 150 J.) ! A woman must have smoothness of complexion as wnll as fnlrneos, She cai havo neither without perfect cleanliness. The greatest beau tlf lor, therefore, is acrubblns:. Not only must faco, hnndH, throat, reck and arms bo thoroughly washed— they must now and then comn In for a thorough scrub, with tho complexion brush or rubber sponge. For thla process, a gentle hand Is far better than a heavy one. Jt Ih said that b well-known beauty and Koclety woman, who tried faoo Hcrubblng for the first tlmo, found horsulf a prisoner in nor room at tho height of tho season, owing to b. severe c.-lso of faco skinning. If eho had used the brush herself thero would havo boon no trouble, but hrr ikln was much moro delicate than the professional, who wan treating her, supposed, and tho result was that tho ...

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

9 I rub me anil piling thu .ii'long enough JPrlnccss 1 Sllp,js my toiißiie — y plenty of IL" V &, I'd met a lot <Vn tills day, and yj\ two drinks Into yfc certain, because iftins doso I bad ti Mn both nay right fcprft twico as many //started. l/oui for homo I felt [/ myself — not exactly Mble, but. not a-poins to cither. I was "warbling .11 1 •was worth— you know J can sing"? Cock-eyed to Bay ft made him foroubles. "Because-," says t notice trifles when a i over the head with a enjoying everything in little drizzle, of vain that In rnjjs of wetness, when swntty nt Fort Johnson readful thinp to bo butted :ianny-goat. Ijul for a full:hcr to be held up by a se yet. : To say that 1 was hot under the collar Jon't give you the right Idea of Llio vny r Celt. "Why, you cross between the last rose >f summer and « l>oh-ta.llpd flush:" lays I. "what dyer mean? What's grot nlo you? Get out of my daylight, you lofj-robber. or I'll walk the little hors...

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

HOUSEWIFE'S EXCHANGE EM. B. oaks: "In thero any good left in soup meat that has almmered for four or five houra?" By "good" I presume nutriment Is meant Your answer, "None, It the cooking has been properly done." . Doctors say that soups are ntlmulatlng, but have very little nutritive value. Where Is tho nutriment of tho meat? Will you kindly explain? ' Jf . R. It. Thero may be a llttlo nutritive value In soup that has bocn ■trained and oloared. There 1b much in broth properly prepared. The meat should bo minced to begin with. The cold water acting- upon tho broken fibres, soften* and Inclines them to yield up their nourishing qualities. As tho water hoats slowly, these nro gradually drawn out. lieef lea And otnor bouillons, when left to settle after they are cooked, show a heavy deposit below thn clear liquid, This Ib utralned out and thrown away when a clear noup Is required. In fact, It represents the oxtractod strength of tha meat. Combined with vegetables, barley, tapioca, rice...

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

Frank Norris' "The Pit;" "The Work of Wall Street" Justus Miles Forman's "Journeys End;" Rudyard Kipling's "The Rowers." BOOKS AND AUTHORS 'Charles Dana Gibson's $100,000 Contract; Walter H. Page's Career; A Book by Professor Parker Willis, of Washington and Lee. The Shakespeare - Bacon Frat- ' rici da 1 Strife. fTHE PIT. By Prank Norris. DouP, Phrb Rr Co., puhlwUerSj New $1.50, On sale at the book book! ViTiat a book! It la original. It Is unique. It is absorbing and superb, and although not quite a. worldsnasterploce, It is the masterpiece of the young literary genius, whose spirit has keen taken from among us, taken from us except where It lingers caught In the writIngs that were the work of his life. Thla tremendous novel of the extreme activity oC our strained American life— of tlie whirling-, grinding; madnese called "the market"— so profoundly Impresslre in' Its influence upon tho reader, carries conviction with It of Its author's wondertful power. His friends and his admirer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

THE KING'S TRYST: BJHTBPB 1"*1 "* KINO \K\}\,YX>. Thcrn wns none to qur»ptlnn thn supreEuJ Olu' mncy or JnniPH V, At tho age ot twenty-two ho nmr Ka MM Hfjl flrni 'y "" his throne. ]lo w;ih nt jkticr ■wiUi England, PMBn friendly with Franco, nnd wna pledged to take a wlfo frnm HOmSbm that country, Mis groat-grand Tat her, Jumps 11. had orushed tho Blnck Dohklus, nnrt ho himself hnd ncattefert the 3lefl DotiKlaa to «)cllc, No Scottish noblo was now powerful cnotißh 'to threaten the stability of the tlirona. The country was contented and prosperous, so James might well toko hl« pleasure as best pleased him. If any danger turked near him It was unseen and unthousnt 6t. Tho King, ovor first in th© chase, ivhether tho quarry ran on Tour l»g-s or on two, y found hlmsolf alone on the road leading northwest from Btirllng, .nnvlng outstripped his comrades In . th«ir hunt, of the deer. Evening -was falling and Jaraea irelng sorno-'mlles from Stirling Costlo, ra-ised his Inigle to b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

Alphonse and Gaston Drink to the Memory of Washington. THE MODERN FABLE OF THE LECTURE TICKETS THAT WERE BOUGHT BUT NEVER USED Copyright, 1 903, By Robert Howard Russell. Once there was a Man llvlnjr in a, Big Town, and he had a Cousin whom he had ne^er seen. Some people are very lucky as to their Relatives. The Man who lived in the Wicked Metropolis was named Banlord, and tht Cousin who lived out In the Woods vat; known us L&fc, although his real Name was :bafa,v<-ue. Every Christmas Banford would send J.nfo some kind (if a httngy Gift, and then Late would retaliate by shipping In a tat Turkey for Thanksgiving. There wsh i» formal Exchange of Let-tf-ri» about twice per V'ear, Sanford was a yood dwil Upset one day to receive Word that Cousin Laibjette was coming to i-pemi a Wr«?k. Whatever Joy ho felt, lit- did not bhow , at all. The visiting Cousin is name to be a 'Flrco Proposition under the most favoiable Conditions, but v Ih morn than Hard Luck to be saddl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 22 February 1903

• Former Banker, Now a Convict, Edits Three Papers From Jail, - wnljr -tp^ \n gtafceg w.hg * prtepn cell edlta a erroup of dally and Bunday papers la about to petition Pr^lr dent ftoo»yelt <«r * pardon on \h* et^V^i. O§ 111 health. Ste Is William B. Je-|*«tt. editor and publisher p{ ih«.Lawrend* laterals 6un # By^tns; A*p«r!P*n. and fhnndajr Sun, en<i looat a|«nt tor the BolMlk iallle*. H» vu committed tP prjiptt tome Wo y*ar» ego, havln* beet) cony|ot«fl <»» wlolAtlnt the F«deral bank. ln« 1«*. lln^r hie management the pamerrt hay* ptpep«red. . .fewett v believed to be the first win In tHie UnlUd States at teait to mana'nj 1 a fr6tt^ *f papers while In prison. T* he i»«re there have been cases in ed|t«r« I* New Jersey and Texas hevq dope IWlft*W whll* awaiqng trial for nemo InfraaUon of the law, but so far as If KlttWft here none e>ver continue^ hu»lß«ie tvfter conviction. But then Jowml\ wa* *twtya unueuaJ. yirneri jitter «. lopf flfrti*...

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

i~ •• > ' "There's no escape for him this time!" But strange to say, it didn't, but did business with Uncle Silas. 4t S'more o f them pesky Flipp Boys' tricks I Jist wait'll I git holt o' ye 1 " " Boo— wow ! Oh ! oh ! We— oh !— didn't— ouch 1— see— ooh 1— y< ' comin 11 — wow I" "Dere seems ter^be a little bunco game goln*. on!" Ididn'.Ldo it a-purpose, anyway. Mulligan^ I fought he^d see de hole," "He can't stop now, and neither can the snowball I " "Mebbe we km have er quick-diserpearin' act on de side I" " Oh, joy ! But won't it bury him ! " " fiee ! He dropped down dere jes' as dough he had practiced it 1"

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

TIIK TIMBB PdUNDKD ISS THE DISPATCH* FOUNDED tM SUMAURY OP TO-DAY'S NEWS Variable winds b&sOmfng north and brlßki Tho rnngo or Ihe thermoin'oler wns w\lo yesterday. koluk from W at » o'clock to t» al :i In tho afternoon. The day was a dMlnhtrnl one, ami mnny took anvantnge of^li for outdoor exercise. State op TiiBTHBnMoMETKn, n a. .*,r 'to Ji M 50 I! ]\ M .r". r " i; P. M 13 II I>. .M , 42 13 midnight 1 ; « A\^rago i «VS MINIAT L'Ri:' AI.AM ANAC. Vrh. 21, 1003. Sur. rises 0:50 I HIGH-TIDE, fiun scis 0:57 | Morning li:4"i Atoon r1.i08....r.W j Bvenlng 'Affi RICHMOND. ConsrcßSlonal commltlec npproprlatesi mnjuM- for Shafer InilldiiiK Richmond man falls from :i scaffold nnd Is in.'tuntly lilUimI — Blk church may bo moved to iho West End Hold thl-r robn a lady Prvaili or Sirs. Jaman C. Bo yd — Deajierule ili»ht at n furnace door — Obaervnuct of U'anhlngtcn'B birthday Marlias.-..-.- nf ii Richmond merchant — Ciruat Occasion to-iiifj'.;: ut Ji:illrnad Y. M. C. A. . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

1 TILLMAN*S CALM SPEECH Addressed Senate on Indianola Postofflce Affair. IN UNION TO PAY TAXES IB Said South Was Continually Being Reminded of the Fact That Her People^Were Conquered— Booker as Secretary of Anything. K<TJy A/hoc tut til t*rMS.) V'ASHIXGTOX, D. C. Ffbruary 23.— Ihijjc croud was attractcil to the Sen-to-day, most of them visiting Dauglv toiH of the American Revolution. Washington'y farewell address was lead by Mr, Dubols. of Idaho. Tho omnibus public building bill was passed and the postoffice appropriation bill was considered without tlnaj action. Mr. Tillman spoke tor nearly two hours, principally in reply to Mr. Spooner, on the Indlanola pastofflce case. Me skid that 11 the policy of the administration In regard to th<i equality of the negro was carried t»utVdr><i Booker Washington should be appointed to tha Cabinet lie would vote for' Kle " confirmation. He dla r.ot conclude' his .remarics. During the reading of Washingt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

I WILL CURE YOU OF Rheumatism I ELSE NO MONET IS WANTED. Any honest pcrnon who mi Item from niieumatlßin Ih welcome to thin oftor, i,«,/ u V a . M n«elullst In Khflurnatlßin, and ,!w i t i real(! . I l moro casoH than any othnr pnyH'Clnn, I think. For 1(1 yr>nrn i mndo AWO exporitnentH with different druga, twuijiß nil known romedlcH whllo sciirch- '"£ U'" world for-HOinnlhlw; better. Nino icnrs ago 1 found a coHtly chemical In aerninny which, with my provlmm cllbcovr ?' T, voa )ne "• certain cure. I don ( mwin that It can turn hony Joints into flesh OKiiln; l>ut It can cure tlio dl»- ; eiiao at nny ulngo, completely nnd fori over. I hnvo dono It Hilly 100,000 times. I know thin ho well that I will furnish fmy rpmody nn trial. Simply write me n ostn.l for my book on HheumntlKm, nnd will mnll you nn orrlor on your druifHlHt for six bottles Dr. Slionp'H llhcumntlc Cure. Tnke It for ii month n.t my rink. If It BueceoflH, the mst Is only J. r ..fio. If It falls, I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

4 !'he Times-Dispatch mUSIIRD DAILY AND WEEKLY AT N. TBNTH STREET, RICHMOND. RICHMOXO, VA.. AS &ECOXDCl.AflS MATTKK liNHKH ACT 01? CONGRESS OF MARCH It, 1ST I .'. TIB DAILY .TIMES-DISPATCH IS I,D AT TWO CENTS A COPY. '1112 SUNDAY TIMKS-I.MHI'ATCH 19 I.D AT BTVI3 CENTS A COPY. •AILT TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL. A MONTH. '*5 A YRAK; r.'.W) FOR «•■:• MONTHS! JI.M FOR THREE IHTOAT TIMES-DISPATCH I3Y MAIL, HE DAIX.Y TIMES-PISPATCTt, INypiNG BUNt)AY, BY CARRIER, 15c. HE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, HY EJECTED COMMUNICATIONS AVllili ptcmvn' office 'at t. a. biil,ltuesday, february iv, 100.1, MR. ISRAXTON'S AIIDRE^S. Mi. A, C. Br.axton did good work for Virginia and for the entire South In tho admirable aOdress he delivered before the Southern Society of Js'ow York on Saturday night nnd which was printed In The Times-Dispatch of Sunday. Ho brought Ills Northern hearers face to face with the negro question and showed them that ' what wo have done to rid our politics lutely no rational answe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

CASTOR I A ITIIO Kind You Havo Always Bought, and- which has been Ma use^for^ovcr, 30 , years, lias foorno tho sfrrnatnro of . ■ _ - im<l has been made under liis perfjP- "sonal supervision since Its infancy. "^^ar^r, fuxcJWV,, Allow no ones to deceive youin this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-ns-yood." aro but j Experiments thnt triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children— Experience against; Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlier Narcotic Biibstanco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and. Wind Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea— This Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS y^ Bears the Signature of _ T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

o_ Live New^s and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. WASHINGTON With His Staff He Reviewed an Extensive and Elaborately Arranged Pageant — Day Fittingly Re- one-bundredth ana Hoventy-flrst annlvcreary of tho b rth of George Washington ■Was to-day cc ebr-ated by tho citizens of this historic old town In a most appropriate and beiiltlns manner with a grand military, chic nnd Industrial procession. Tho parade was about two miles In length.; thero wero eleven bands, and about 3,000 uniformed men In lino of procession. It \va3 a gala day for tho old town, and ono long to be remembered. Every house alone the line of march was profusely decorated with an abundance of flags and bunting, aiid business was practically ■ suspended during the afternoon. Several thousand Wushlngtonlmis came by boat and trains, and long before th« magrilflcient pageant started Kins Street, the main thoroughfare- of the old city, xvaa a seething mass of humanity. Tho procession started promptly at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

fO SCHOOL MONEY NOW County Authorities Are Looking to State Appropriation. A PROPOSED BOND ISSUE II is Feared That Many of tho Schools May Be Forced to Close, as the Local Money Ha 9 Given Out In Many Counties. ' (Dpoclnl to Tlio Tlmo»-DlRiint,ch.) ; nAI^E-ICm, N. C., February 23.— County ''und district public school authorities In varlouu parts of the Stato are becoming very much Htirrcd up ovor tho situation Togardlng tho apportionment of the hooond $100,000 for 1803 lo brlni? the present | school terms up to tho four months' j limit. Tho money in many districts Is already exhausted and schools must close uiileas tho State appropriation la forthcoming. The situation Is such that the Stato Superintendent can neither distribute the money now or give tho looal authorities any asmiranco as to whon tlio money will bo available, or If at all. The fact Is, tho payment of tho appropriation Is entirely dopondont upon the bond Isauo bill now ponding In the LosIslature. If that pftHaea, this...

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