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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

9 wo I IIIIh ris READV-TO-EAT THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE GELERV FOOi Satisfactorily cooked, nccordlng to strict principles ol callnetry chemintry, which renders it tho bflter saltodto tho iasy yielding up of iis nutritious qualities to tks tstem. The low price pl-aces it ■within tha reach of all. ready to m m a neiE mmi m a royal castle PromouVo of Mph heaJA and length of days, -while ths eating of impure .foods nnderminds tha health, nnd ends in premature disablement and death. Dyspeptics should eit DR. PRICE'S TIU'ABITA. FOOD and note its agreeable restorative qualities — consistently tised, it defeats insominia. Wredby pfil&E GEPaEftL FOOD 00., Battle Creak, LSich. Dr. Priu, tht creator of Dr. Price's Cream Bcching JPowder and Dcltcious Fiavoritif JSxtrheis'. [one Nearly Severs Other's V Head With' a Knife. "THEN HE /MADE HIS ESCAPE Terrible Fight at the Mouth of a Fur--lace Which May End in the Death of Ohe of Those Engaged in It. "Whllo firing a. furnace In the Tredeerar ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

■ — — , — — Stationery, Office Furniture and Supplies mmmm^ INVENTORY SALE! ' " j "\AJ E have a largo stock 6! Desks, Mluig Cilsoh, Cabinots, Jlook-CaHOH, Cliair.H, Sklionory and JLJL Oflico Supplies, that wo will hoII at 20 per cont. ofT for cash, only to reduco our INVENTORY iraFj which wo will tal<o MAHOH Ist. NO POOPS CHARGED AT THIS REDUCTION, | Book-Cases. Filing-Cases. i Standard Typewriters n,,« c,^, -^/. 1....— nsiulMfa'niifi xiinininiiV Thirty or forty dollars will now ls ii a IWH J|| aSSiSS fi^ mctffir n nt| ! S i§^^SSS^S^iSrl HI ftiy boht.lltt" Mm '"« UP' 1 l»»l. ■ Wojmvo others, 100, nsl(w,.» tori FfltntPPW hl "''"' ( ''' : r£tty flw'umT iHa'tPmriimi 'S'."-"^^^"-" ■"■'■' ' '-—^ ' fnTßfv^K^if 'v"r ry l" coe o -'^% this price, Blank Books. Snl $3.75 Up. -^^^^ and lowest . li^iMiDCl bound; all styles In price. Uiiltßt3,2T»np; buses and co 1 '""« mWvpi^^W/zi of ruling, tons. TmistaiurchaoiHirecnt. off r^ii T ftn r\ pc |- c iSf tfjm'ii M ~j\ , ALL 20 PKTi tl^» pri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

IX7 COTTON AND CATTLE Market for the Former Was DEMAND FOR CATTLE FINE f rices Ruled Higher — Local Tobacco Market Active, Though Owing to Bad Weather "the Receipts Have Been Light, isIDW ORLEANS, roll. 23.— COTTONThe spot cotton market was very ijulet to-day; quotations unchanged. Influenced mainly hy t.he Improvement In prices at Liverpool the market for contracts opened ;Viiti points above Saturday's jotton in fair' demand, prices ~ points lilgher. ' American middling, 5.1) 1 ; Rood middling, 5.6G; middling, 5.35; low middling, i.25; good ordinary, 5.H; ordinary, 5.02. The .sales of day wore 10.00** bales, of Which 1,000 were for speelntion and exxirt, and Included 9,100 Americans; re:plpts, 14,000 bales; Including 7,700 AmerlFiitiires opened steady and closed quiil. American mlddlins, K. o. c February, 8.22; Pebrunr>--staroh, 8.21fg6.22: Murc-h-Aprll, 6.21@6.^; April-May, 5.23: . MnyJune, 6.24i810.20; Junp-Jiily, 5.2 i"i; July-Au-rust, 5.24; August-September, 5.12; Se...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 February 1903

(H; "HE MINIMUM Ui CENT CHIRQE ;: a 25 Cents, j^tji WORD, Cash SnAdvanoe T.2IP WANTED— KAIE- WAITED, niCQISTEKED PHARMA-t-isi, Hoplv, BlHtlnK experienco. etc. to »ox 2ii. Newport Nowb, Vb. WANTED. ADDRESBKS OF TWO OR throe young men, with tnlont for drawing nnd a deslro to make monoy.,. Address D. T.i caro Hilb oirico. WANTED. AT ONCE. A MAN OF nome experience In hardware buslnniss; «<.-nd references. A pood poaltloa. Ad<lrc«a "8.," Covlngton. Va. WAK'TED. A GOOD DAIRYMAN TO take entire chargo of our herd of Jerfleye; must be a good milker and feeder; Blngle man rveferred. MINII3ORYA FARM. Box 001, 'Richmond, or Telopliono 1005. WANTED. ROOD AGENT FOR UNOCcuplcd territory; free outfit; canh ench woek for whole or spare time. WESTERN NEW YORK NURSERY CO.. Dcpt. D, Rochester. N. V, J , WANTED, SALESMAN TO SBL<L whlHkey In bond, by a leading Kentucky distiller; llbernl commlHslon to right parly. Address DISTILLER, cara this office. WANTED, A GOOD CARPEN...

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

Miller <2* Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. A White Bed Spread Sale .An entirely new lot of White Bedspreads — many of them with the prices scaled down from what similar bedspreads have been suits tis to stimulate business a little by making sacrifices to some A neat arrangement for a bi with the valance, or cut out corn and the "cut out" arrangement li no unsightly looking bed with t 75c Value for 65c. Good quality Crocheted nedppronils, 11-l size; well hemmed; several designs. Special Value at 92c. Medium weight, full 31-4 size, Marseilles drsisrns, nil hemmed, soft llnlah and launders wtll. $1.10 Value for $1. Pine Crocheted Spread, 11-4 size, with heavy raised designs. . $1.25 Valve 'for $1.10. Same dnslprns as the dollnr spread, but finer quality. $1.50 Value for $1.25. Fine Crocheted Spread, in Marseilles designs, $2. 00 Value for $1. 59. 12-4 size— the largest mnrto — suitable for lnrge old-fashioned be(2s; nicely finished In Marseilles designs and herringbone ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

|^IS^^li§lM 'J^^^™™^^' SUMMARY OP TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, lty). 2G.-Forecast for Thursday and Fridays , Vlrglnto-Falr Thursday I Friday mln, fre.sh east winds, •'. North Carolina-Increasing cloud.hesa Thursday ; rain on Friday; fresh oast •winds, Th« Weather Bureau treated tho country well yestorday. Tho, sklos wen* nnd the temperature delightful Similar conditions aro expected to prevail to-day, and to-morrow rain Is promised. STATE OF THirTTIBMIOMETIOn. 9 A, M •> % P: & I:::::::::::::::::::::::::- gj I, P. M • ','•' oa 13 midnight •• iL. iOIA Average ■'"•"> HlgheHt temperature y«torday M Precipitation during past 24 hours... 00 y MINIATURB ALMANAC.^ Bun rises 8:47 \ HIGH TIDE. Bun sotH 6:69 Morn ty; \si Moon rises... .0:08 F Evening 4i?5.' RICHMOND. Shafer building will be purchased by the government; Captain Lamb H VgS^Pfthp flcht. Evidence partly heard In the Klnß^i case and continued until W-^Ssgfi}« hill to create an Insurance c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

* pojtmftflter at Norfolk to succeed Colonel Waddy. who died it few tinya rro, Marriage licenses wera eranted here today to Elijah Monroe and Prleda liocdert ncbert B. Jones and Olnra Tyler; John O. Lnuor and Minnlo E. /Brooks, all of KJchmond Tho vwi Of Dr J. /.- M. Curry iMJ flitd for probate here 1 to-dny. It lonves *ll th« property of the testator to his tvlfe. Mary W. Curry, with the cvceptlon of * policy In the NorUiwertern Mlituiili which. II is stntod, "Is for tho bonttlt of my . chlidicn." . The testator asks that his wife be mndc i*fculr!x without security The will was mtOe at Madrid. December 2S. ISS7. NEW UNION STATION FOR WASHINGTON (Tty AMueiiitiid ITeM.) WASHINGTON". February 25.— The House to-day adopted the conference report on the army appropriation bill and sent that b1! lo the President. The bII to establish a union station In this city ilso was finally passed, the IKmse abandoning Its nttiendmbnls to reduce iho iraount to be given to tho Pennsylvania md Baltimor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

TO SUCCEED CRAWFMJ i JDr. Gordon Moore, of Furman University, is Selected. ; HE IS LIKELY TO ACCEPT A Man of Great Ability Who Will Bo of »he Greatest Assistance to tho Virginia Anti-Saloon -, ; ■ ■ League. At a mooting of tho Executive Committee, iiold hero yestorday afternoon in tho parlors of the Young Men'H Christian AHSoclatlon, tno Uov. Gordon U. Mooro, D. 13., professor of ( philosophy In Furmnn University, and one of tho most distinguished rnlnlßtoro In Iho South, whh unanlmbusly cliOHcn to succeed tho llov. C. H. Crawford to tho portion of HiiperIntßndent of the Anti-Saloon I^eaguo of Virginia. The eloctlon of Dr. Mooro and the additional nows that ho Will, In all probability, accept tho call and tako up tho work liore In it very few days will be hailed with dollght by tho tompernncc forced throughout tho f^tato. The new superintendent Ih a man of wldo learning und experience, and Is known throughout tho denomination for hIM ability aa a preacher. Ho will edit tho Christian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

,1 The Times-Dispatch rimLISfIKD DAILY AND }VERKt.Y AT 4 N. , TKNTH STREET. niCHMOM.}. VA. ENTBREH JAN. 27, WM, AU mCHMOND. VA.. Al^SfrPONP' CLASS MATTKH XINHI :U A C'PXJl 1 coNdnisss ov mamch 3. is7S. fttß daily Tn.tus-pisrATCi is ftriT.n AT TWO PKNTS A C ,2»\ TC J IS SIX t A MIONTHSi?"M I ONTHSi ? " $l.&0 'FOB "tIIKEE SUNp^AY ,TrMKI9;DISPATCrH: BY" AIL, *VntPp\\iLY 'W^S-pISPATCtt, INCr.UDIN'O SUNDAY, BY CARRIfcRi I" 1 - TtMI3S;hTSPATCtti BY NOT BK RETi;RNI3t) UNLESS ACCdMPANIKD BY STAMPS;.' -, ITT _ , UPTOWN OVI.-li-K AT T. A. NIUD ' THURSDAY, FEBRUATtY 20, 1903. IF WE HAD SUCCEEDED. The ceremonies In koo Camp "bn the SOth Instant, attendant upon tho presentation to thnt organization nf a. portrait of General James Ij. K'emper, havo revived widespread notice by rcn.som .of the speeches mado thore, In all ot which wns l a stern 'reprobation and repudiation of tho absurd' and Ignoble doctrine that wo ought to bo glad that the South did not succocd In her Htrugglo for ind...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

Time for bright, new furniture. " the rose is fairest vyhen 'tis budding new/ Why wouldn't Scott's words apply to our store. Every freight brings us .something new— some brand new style of furniture. ' Ihe stock is now budding new. Before spring arrives 'twill be losing some of its beauty. Handsome, durable furniture for every room in the house— superior in point of quality in both material and workmanship, beauty, style and low price always. the longer you wait the poorer your choice' See our beautiful line of GO-CARTS and CARRIAGES Ryan, Smith & Talman, Furniture, Floor Coverings, Stoves, £»c. 609 East Broad Street, -' - Richmond, V&. UNION OF CHURCHES North and 'South May Join Hands. OF MUCH INTEREST HERE Central Presbyterian Discusses the Proposition at 'Length— What Rev. Dr. Burrell Says About It. A union of tho Reformed Church, North, with the Presbyterian Church. South appears to bo one of the potentialities of "in^^recent issue of the Presbyterian Qua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

• , . Cromwell- Johnson Affair Stirs Norfolk County Factions. FALL IN PRICE OF COAL Prominent Barkeeper Fined for KeepIng His Sunday Lunch Counter Behind a Screen— Reform Activity in Norfolk. j <il>eclnl to Tlie Tltttcs-Dlspfltcll.) NORFOLK. VA.. February 25.— M0r0 fights arc expected. The trial of tlio Cromwell-Johnson case In tlio Police Court yesterday, in which tliero was conflicting evidence, has left sotiw irascible fnotlonlsts In a condition from .which rnoro street encounters ore lively the head of a column of nsffroos- at tho polls. Senator Cromwell, In Riving his testimony, placed great stress on tlio do- / nlal ho made of that statement, and siUtl that those who made tho charge were liars. One of the leaders of the Stralghtouts, ! referring 'to that dofiancq this morning, dddlnred, "Th.-vr"u gwlno uer bn a fight, for thoso men who aro accused of lying 1 have no more Idea of fear than that poM," pointing to one <>t ilie-i beautif...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

/ Searched With Arms for a Missing Witness. MR. HART WAS MISSING MAN The Bijou and the Academy of Music were Inspected by a Guard Instructed to Bring Him In Dead or Alive. "With martial mten and bayonets fixed fiercely upon their muukota, n squad of Boventleth Regiment soldiers marched up to tho Academy of Music lost nglht In quest of a young man who folt more lnr torestod In social pleasures and In th« production of "Faust" than he did In a court-martial at which H« wan a star witness. But the search was vain and tho fmund, after waiting and worrying for about an hour, da»hed oft full speed to (ho armory, whore they camo near getting locked out. Tho young private In nuentlon was Mr. Joseph T..Hart At ft court-martial held by Company B, of tho IU-blmont, laat night, Mr, Mart was an Important witness. After reaching a certain point It was Impossible to proceed without him. Hut strangely to' say. Mr. Mart appeared not. thereby violating an Important regulation. So necossary was his at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

I 0 ® CTfl !sss fl ' «;"*'__ ..'. 1.- -- i ANbgctablc rrcpnMlionfopAsslmilating MvcFood nndßcduta- m ling ihc Slomaclis and Dowls ot PromntcaDigcslion.Checrfiil-' «| ness fltumcst.ConUiiiis ncitlici- a Opium^rorphiue tior>lu\cral. |, TS T OT^IMtCOTIC. jirt^eoffmiirSAMUrLPlTamß f\mpkm SeedMx.Sf.n>ut * BttjMtSdttJktit/iiwtl - ' JitfariennliSaCit * HM?r»..IWVtntnynviirnaror, — . m A pedcel Rcmetly Co r Cons tipa- m Ron , Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca |,|j Worms.ConYulsions.rcvcrish- m and Loss of Sleep. PacSimito Signature or >) PCACT. COPY OF WRAPPER. M CHILD VIOLINIST TO PLAY TO-NIGHT The Mollenliauer Concert Company at the Y. M. C. A. This Evening. The Mollenliauer Concert Company appears to-night at Y. M. C. A. Hall. On this occasion ' throo generations of violinists .will appear at once— the Mollenhauers, grandfather, father and' grandson. Tho latter is only lour yoars and nine months old, but plays with artistic skill most remarkable. . Tho programme wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

phicesi. ft MEW BOOK! prigesi. A mrlly til saCfdti ftctfo^jfUtriiiflg, spiny, br/iltiy, 'JMllglitciilhj?, Inßlnictlw nnti hopc-lnnplrliiK book, rev vnftw <'io reill, tlin How hitciit ovoi'-Hvlutf 1: n/ ma a islltiot flplrlMuiHy, tliourtli now mivnilcd In man's chrysullstlo staUj, 'ilio book Is unique, gilt ilnlsli untl (jorrectly onUtlodThe Passing of Satan, Death 8r "HelI BY COL. A. J. ROGERS. (Written white a sojoumer at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, Richmond, Va., because of wounds), Author of "THE PROMISE OF PEACE" and Other works. T..0 unique title of this NBW STORY succinctly profneos this remark' ablo book, wliilo Uio author proven Itiflv theory stop by stop, unit demonstrates . that, in tho fulness of Urn tlmos of thn Christian Regeneration, tirnn comes forth finew nnd frne of Uip bondnßO of Satan and consequent death; hoi) and tho grave, tin immortal spirito-Bubstiuitinl man, pel-foot, oven as our J-'nther which is in Heaven is perfect; Satan and all that Is Inimical ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

PARKET FEVERISH Movement of Prices Was Extremely Irregular. UNDERTONE DEPRESSED Tightening Course of the Money Market Continued 1o Be the Dominating Factor-Bond Market, wns Broad but Prices wero Irregular. (BY Associated Prws.) NEW YORK. Feb. ffi.-The undertone of the stock rnnrtct continued depressed W Tbo tic-htenlng course of the money market continued to be a .^.^'"^siaVnu 1 * yorl< exchange _. at C^ft?, 0 ( ).t. !!,..- „ rantlnuanco ' of tho pressure for funds.; j Treasury, combined with vf-ry •• 1 .^7' L-h«L -h« -toms collections, brought ■■<>■. X? market to the government lnstituie ioi thedav up to »,510.000, making the apsrrem,te loss Bltico Friday on that account not known until after the close on Inkling of this news. „r qtprfh v's Thio lack of confirmation of yesterday a rumors regarding Wabash ar.d J- . Loula and San Francl-co as to pos« ble deal* connecting those ra roaßs ™'^mi V z large systems naturally led to ;™*" z W'fThe advanco In ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

ONE MINIMUM CENT CHARGE a 26 Cents, WORD. Cash In Advice H^LP WANTED— MAXB. ,wa N'riio'.'' "salesman to skT.l whlxkey In bond by a leading KenlU-iky dlBillior; liberal commld.ilon to risnt. party. Addreaa DISTILLER, care tnl» offlco. REOISTEREDv ASSISTANT „,. t>RUO Clerk wanted, Apply to No. 11-0 ivlMg Slretit, Alexandria. Vri. / .WANTED. A COMPETENT MAN. either pressman or transferors muet ne gober and Industrious; one who has hurt experience on folding-box, work, ootn from stone and aluminum; good, pillion and wareo to rlßht man. Address Postofflce Uox 205, Now Haven, Conn. .WANTED, TRAVELING SALESMAN TO ecll Blue Flame Oil Stoves to dealers In Vlrelnla and North Carolina. Address, by letter, giving reforoncos, B, V.i O. 8., caro this office. TWO OH THREE OOOD BOOK-KKKP-ERS, now out of employment, can find temporary, or perhnps permanent, employment, if B«>rvlces aro entirely satlßfnctory. by addressing ISSH. ESS,, caro this office. WANTED. AN AISSISTANT PHAR...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 February 1903

m Miller 6 Rhoads* I Miller & Rhoads. EE AUTIFUL WAISTS FOR SPRING WEAR Spring is written over everything in tho _ Waist Department, f.nd tho materials, used are jttsifc what you need for the woathor from now to midsummer, and some of them thin enough, for July— Silk, French Plnnnol and Mercerized Cotton— all of tho right weights, Imudsomoly tailored and marked at priebs that has taken many a garmont out of ■ the store before thoy wero advertised. Its only fair, however, to let ovory woman in town know they Silk Waists for $2.98, Worth From $5 to $6. Hero thoy coino witli a handsome Pcau do Cygne in the leadnot because (he others are inferior to it, but some one must lead. The front Is • maclo very full and finished with tailored stitching and «llk buttons. Unlinod except yoko. Full Kishop Rluove," new tabs on collar and tho bock finished with tailored stitching. Another Peati de Oygno is tucked nil over, and in addition has perpendicular rows of Mexican drawn work all o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

FORTY PAGES. ■rnio TiMicß. KoUNbtib im I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,178. TJIIS DISPATCH, KOONDK.D ISSO. | /W nUbil nUHUiJiv, J - v> HOT WORDS SAID IN THE HOUSE Mr. Davis Denounces Newspaper Editorial. WAS CORRUPT AND DISTORTED Mr. Duke Also Takes Excep- , tlon to Publication. MR. POLLOCK'S NAME IS SENT IN AGAIN The Slate Board of Education Again Appoints Him Superintendent of Schools for Pulaski and He Will Be Confirmed Without Opposition. The Lofiislaturo did considerable busi- !)•;«» yesterday, and U\t>. members BeomeU In for work, although it was the last <fay of tho week. There were features in both brandies, of sweeping interest to tljn reading yUblle. In the Senato, ihe interesting event was/ the reading of a communication, from Secretary Frank P. .Brent, of the Htatc Board of Education, informing tho former that the latter body had aftor due consideration determined to reappoint Hon. David 8. Pollock superintendent of rtoliools for the county of Pulaski...

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