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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 18 February 1903

fORUTTLEONES Go-Carts Thrxt Go. Fresh Air and Sunshine Make Rosy-Chceked B&bies. OUR storo now romlnds ona of Bnbyland. Tho aprlng "took of Go-Carts and Oiurlagos 1b rcndy for your admlration?for yourselectlon. GoOarts for luxury-lovlng, but economlcftlly-lncllned mothors. Tho prodnot of a notod mamiiacturer? mado for acrvlco, from tho bost -nfttcrlals?handsomeBt Btylos tbat forfclle bralns havo yet (lo-lgnod?may bo qulokly nnd easily chant-ed to nny doptrco of olovatlon doslrcd? upholstorlrtg both protty nnd durablo, and tho klnd not oaally soiled? Ughtand easy-runnlng?mhbor tlros?tn many styles aud mnny prloos. $7.50, $12.50, $15.00, tip to ?,40.00. Carriages made in the same good qualtty. $10 up to $35. We'd be pleased to have you loolc them over. Ryan, Smith & Talman Furniture. Floor Coverings, Stoves, *2?c. 609 Cast Broad Street. A TRIBUTE TO MISS ROBBIE M. YAGER Actlon of the Clty Council Re gardlng the Young Nurse Who Dled at Her Post. Riehmond, Va., February 17, 1303...

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. — 18 February 1903

MOVEMENT IRREGULAR Industrlals were Most Proml? nent, but were Spotty. CLOSE WAS AT LOWEST There was Notable Demand for Ameri? can Locomotive Late in Day, but Its Rise was not Fully Mnintained. Money Continucd Easy. (Dr Asuoclntod Prois.) NEW YORK, Feb. 17.?The movemont of firlcos of stocks to-day wns confused nnd rregular. and nccurately refiocted ln thnt way the stnte of mlnil of those who were trading. Thls olmciit wns pretty closely restrlcted to the room tradors. The Inter ruptlon to the wlro service by tlio storm was given as one cnu.se for the dearth 01 outslde ordcrs, but buslness from commls? slon houses wns at n low level from nny lource. Tho industrlal stocks hnd a rntlicr more promlnent place In the trading to day, as they dld yesterday, but thelr price movemont wns very spotty. rno ?peculators who innugrated the movemont In thoso stocks yesterday were Incllncd to tako proflts. This wns conspiciiously jvldent in tho Unlted States Steel stocks Mid ui Sugar. The bull campa...

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. — 18 February 1903

ONE GENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance TFT THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance ONE GENT A WORD. ZSIP WAKTED?????. "WANTED, REGISTERED PHARMA? CIST. Reply, stating experience, eto., to Pox 26, Nowport News, Va._ BRIC1C-YARD~ FOREMAN WANTED; capable of ovorhnullng plant and tak? ln? entire charge. Address HUOH 0. RISDON, Lawronoovlllo, Va. NEAT COLORED HOY WANTED TO clean up ?toro ami carry out goods, Ap Sly at onco SOUTHERN STAMP & TATIONERY CO., 1206 E. Main 8treet. WASTE'S" TRA VELINO SALESMEN li> soll Blue-flame Oll Stovee to dealers In Virginia and North Carolina. Ad iresa l?y. letter, giving r?f?renc?e, ?. F. . S.,- care this office .WANTED, HARNES8MAKERS; GOOD Wages and steady work; transportation advanced; no labor trouble. Addrew LOEWENSTEIN & SONS, Charleston, W. Va. WANTED, TOUR YOUNG MEN TO take lessons in Shorthand at night; upon completion of course to take posi? trone....

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. — 18 February 1903

Miller is Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. Cold Weather Neces sities. Tbo daily storo noivs trics to keep you posfceel as to tlie soasona ^'blo things, 110 mattor what tlio calcndnr says. Sonietiinos tbe changes in teinporaturo aro too quick for us?but Winter and Spring furnish iugs.nro both horo in profusion. This morning nows wo fcbink is of ospecial interest. Good Coixts and Furs at About Half Price. "Wo havcu't gouo into the busi ncsa of foretelliug the wpatker evon if our propliesy of a foiv days ago hns come truo. "Wc simply basotl our assertion of moro cold weathcr 011 tho Feb? ruary aud March records of recent years. Dont you want a coat or fur at about half price ? Children's Furs th.it sold from $1.00 to $5.08, now rharkod "?<'<'. to ?2.0S; Women's Fur Bons that sold from $4.SR to JS.OO, now *.li.l?S to "420.<K>. Children's Conts thnt sold from $2.98 to $15.00, now ?l.4S to sfT.r.o. Women's Coats that sold from $5.00 to $-17.50, now S'J.CO to t-lO.UO. Blankets and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 February 1903

te fflim^ ttfo*&&$?3& RffiSffi ffi! I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,169. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, FEB7AUARY 19, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. ' WAHIIINGTON. Fob. 18.-Forocast for Tluirsday nnd Friday: Vlrglnln-Fnlr Thursday, colder. except in'extreme Houthwes* portlons, diminlsli ing west wlnds; Friday lncicuslng cloudl lioss. North Carollna?Falr, colder Thursday, brlsk to .hlgh north wlnds; Fridny in creaslng cloudlnosa nnd wm-tner, probably fOllOWCU by raln In wost portlon. Cuttlng wlnds nnd a tempernture below freezlng nearly nll day rendorod yesterdny most dlsugrceablo, The Indlcatlons are that to-day will ho llttle better. STATE OF THE "t*HERMOMETER. P A. M. 20 12 M. 31 S I'. M. "5 fi P. M.33 D P. M.32 12 mldnlght . 27 Averago .29 2-3 lllghe.it tempernture yesterday.'">?"? Lowest temperaturp yesterday. 11 Menn tempernture yesterday. 28 Nornuil temporatnre for Feb..'Hi Dep-irture from normnl tempernture. 10 Preclpltatlon durlng past 24 hours... C...

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. — 19 February 1903

t_ say BomothliiB to the eftect, tt seemed, thnl Mr? llull'a langimg- hnd nol been ltscou?oub or unpnilli))))C)iuir.v, lo whlch Mr, Blayden repllod thnt ho dld m>t KnOW thnt the genllenmn from Illlnols wns .uolllletl to express nn oplnlon aa lo B-hether lt wad eillien ARE NOT Dl-TUHHED. Vlrglnia Congrepsnien do not appear to -c glvlng themselvos a srent detil nf con* oern about the redlstrlctlng blll now pendlng ln the LeglKiaiure. Mr. 'onea ls most oftccted by the chnr. ? ln ws tJIstrtct, ns It Ib proposrd to put ?*?' port News lnto the Flrst Dlslrlcl. t-.np lalb Lamb Kiitd i ecentl.v thal h? thought the people ot Mniu he.-doi and Ch-?-cril_-lil Wbti-sei itiUsly Object to belng uiken tiom Ihe Thlrd Ulftilet and Lolnp P?l lnto ihe lViurth. 'lh- Congiessmen vvhos,- i.is lil.ts nre aft-vtevl i,y th( change ?'" **" prersed regret' fb to.c .uustluionl? wlin whom Ihey Iih'vp become well oCqualnted tl.ro, g.i years of servlce, bul they nre JtVlIlIng io undirtnke lo scrve the pebple, of...

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. — 19 February 1903

SMITH ACQUITTED 1NMANCHESTER A Nlce Polnt of Law Declded In the Corporatlon Court There. fti tho Corporatlon Court of Manches tor last nlght Bon Imlth, colored. wns ncouittod or tho ehargo of unlawfully cx tortlng monoy from T. E. Wlnfrcc, white man. Mr. E, /ll. Wells represcntcd Bmlth. It appeared from tho evldonco that on Christmas Evo Emlth. to whom Wln freo owed 12, cnugldt tho latter as ho waa about to board ajSln, hold hlm and do manderl pnyment_U?Mr. Wlnfrea lost hls vraln, but pald tho money, For thla ho was trlod ln tho Mayor'B Court, sont oa to tho grand Jury and put under bond of !J300 for twelvo months. A nlce legal polnt was lnvolvcd In tho case, and after It had beon dlscusaed at length, the Judge Instructcd tho Jury that a charge of oxtortlon could not llo lf a man wero clalmlng that whlch was Juatly duo, Tho Jury acquitted Smlth, but tho Judgo ropTirnandcd him, saylng hls conduct was most reprohonsible. MEN WERE LASHED TO DECK OF VESSEL (By Aasoclated Prcsn.) NETW YO...

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. — 19 February 1903

Tho Times-Dispatcli | ?'*'.;,-?! mbllMOND, VA., AH flJflCQNB' CLA8H MATTI-n \tnd)3R ACT OF CONGRnBlf OF MAHCK il. IM. THE DAILY ,CrMp?;-018PAT? IB **K?a#? " B^i^"TSs^p|'i^nJ^AiL{ R)a -A MONTH, "G A YEAR! W>?L?9? BlX MpNTH&l ?.W FO" TH1U.1Q ' STJNpAY TIMES-DISPATCH BT MAIL, %!*! DAilii TIWBH-piSPA-ft-H. IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CARRIBR, IM. -THIO^SUNDAY TIME8-D1SPATCH. BY ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATlONS WILL BE REJECTED. ?.?.._ ?.TT T REJECTED COMMUNICATlONSI **J ILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC ?'OMPANIKD RY STAMPS. v UPTOWN OFFICE Al T. A. MILL KRS'. 519 E. BROAD. "-**-"" THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1903.. <*J HOAIE-COMINO. North Carollna ls to havo nn "Old Home' Week, "'wheh the soris nnd daugh? ters of that Sta'e who have moved away lnto other sectionB- of the country wlll be invlted to return to the clty of Grcens buro nnd enjoy the hospltallty of their own kith and kin. The custom Is hot new; It bas long been in vogue in New England, and tho occaslons have been tound most agreeablc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 February 1903

MANSHAK WON CARNIVAL STAKE f '. Was Only Favorite to Pass ?? Under Wlre Flrst at New Orleans. (Iljr Aaioclateil rreaa.) NEW ORI.BAN3, LA? Feb. 18,-Mnn ?hnk, who Ianded tho Carnlval' stako. ?Worth $1,045 to the wlnncr, by n neck. wns the only winning favorite to-day. _ackod from fl to G to 0 to 10, and the favorlto In the bottlng, tho colt otitrode IjIb fleld, showlng all tlio early spced, nnd though tlrlng at tho end, hnd chough Bpeed left to land tho prlze. Summary: Flrst race?alx furlongs?Par Exccllcnce <8 to 6) flrst, Nyx (15 to 1) second, Mollle T. (16 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:1-1-5. Second > race?selllng, ono mlle?Dcnny Duffy (3 to 1) flrst, Ruby Hny (10 to 1) Bccond, Prlnco Wcbb (100 to 1) third, Tlmo, 1:45. Thlrd race?ono mlle and an elghth? Atlanta (9 to 1) flrst, Coswell (7 to 5) Bccond, Major Manslr (2 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:67. Fourth race?the Carnlval ntakea, four furlongs? Manshak (9 to 10) flrst, Dlck Bcrnard (3 to 1) second, E. C, Runte (6 to'l) thlrd. Tlme, :49 4-5. ...

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. — 19 February 1903

Live News and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ofVirginia. SHUBERT IS STRANDED Blg Three-Masted Schooner Goes Ashore. RESCUE A THRILLING ONE Tho Bodics Island Llfo Savers Rescuo ihe Crew With Their Apparatus. Tho Wrecking Tug Rcscue is Hurrying to the Scene. (_p?_1ul tu Tlie Tiro..-I>l-D_tc_.) NORFOL?,. VA.. Feb. IB.?A mossongor from tho North Oarollna coast brought to Cape Henry Life-Saving Statlon thla morning the news of the strandbig of the blg. three-masled schooner Wllllam H. Sbubert, Captaln Doughlcry, bound from FOilladelphla lo CaxdJnas, Cuba, wlth a lood, of coal. The Sbubert struck the beach three mllos northjof Bodles Island, abrettst of Roanoko Island, N. C, Mon _ay nlght at 11 o'clock, when the great i?rxo that swept tho coast was nt the helght of Its fury. * A dlapatch at' the Weather Bureau this __ftom-on aays tlu-t tlie Shubert, though In a most pcrtlous condltlon, may be saved, and tbe Merritt & Cbapman wrooklng tug Roscue, whlch loft hero bo? fore noo...

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. — 19 February 1903

Fourqurean. Temple 6 Co, | Fourqurean, Temple ?& Co. A Little Forceful Stocking Talk E VEllYBODY'S interested in stockings? doubly interested in good ones, and when extra good ones come at tlie prices we quote lo-day there's no reason why folks shouldn't grow enthusiastic. Hero aro 40 dozons of Black Lisle Lace Hoso, as good as any you over bought at 26c, in this sale at 19c. 50 do-jcns Half Hoso for Oliildren, blacks and whites. These are 15o stockings, in this sale at 10c a pair. 25 dozons Children's Black aud Oolored 25o Half Hoso at 12 l-2o. Fancy Reverings Half Price and Less There are twenty pieces in thiB interesting offering of Reverings. They represent an unusu ally complete line of desirable small patterns. Ideal for Bhirt--\vaists and yokes, for baby caps and littlo dress trimmings or for any purposo -whero dainty designs in open work can be used. Somo are white, somo ecru, somo ecru with white embroideries, all 42 inches wide. , The 50c qualities for 38c. The 65c qua...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 19 February 1903

J-J AD 8*. big hustle at our shop yesterday selling Overcoats for mm CASH. Ihe weather was right; the Overcoats were ri^ht, *-*?? and so were the prices. Sale will continue to-day. None charged or sent on approval. Men's Overcoats Overooabt that sold upto $36.00, cash "g|""" CQ Overconts that sold Up tea?30.00, cnsh gf C QQ O veroont s that dold U p to $25.00, cash g w *% r q Overconts thnt sold up to $20.00, cash _,_Q tyn snlc. HC*v?v*/ Overcoats thnt soldup to$15.00, cash <gj j-q Overconts thnt sold up to $10.00, cnsh g r qq solo. #"*3"vu Overconts thnt; sold up to $15.007cash <"..?-> ra snlo. #/OU Overcoats that sold up to $10.00, cnsh Jgr /-,/* Overcoats thnb sold up to $5.00, cnsh snlo. 32.50 Wo havo 57 Boys' Donblo ->ahd Singlo Breasted Sults thnt sold up to $11, Ot tr j Q cash, to-day, iP*-4? "TJoys1 Hlouso Sults, sold to $10, m a aQ cnsh, to-day, t?>**5*>40 I3oys' Blouso Hults, sold to $5.00, CJ? iO cnsh, to-day, ffl-6?4? TRIBUTES TO W. R. TRIGG FTlends Far...

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. — 19 February 1903

AVegelal'le Prcparalion for As similatlng ilte Food andRcgula llng the Stomachs andBowcis of INlYINls/C HII.DKI'N Promotes DigesHonCheerfii! uessandnest.Cortta.tis neithcr Opium.Morplune norMuiexal. NOT ~&AO. C O TI O. Jbapeo/aUnrMWUELPrrCJlZIl f4myJun Seat* sllx.Srwui ?? RmMUSJU jtnutSttd- ** Aperfecl Remedy ForConsllpa non, Sour Stonvu-h,Diarr.ioca Wor-ns.Convulsiorts.Fcverish ness andLossoF Sleep. FacSimito Signalure oP ?NEW YOHK. CASTORIA For Infants and Chlldren. The Klnd You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ln Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TBt otHTAUd lommr. ntw yobk orrv, MRS. KATECLAYTON WAS DISCHARGED No Evidence to Connect Her With Theft of a Ring. Pollce Court. The case of most lnterest In the Po? lico Court yesterday mornlng was that trf Mrs. Kato Clayton, who was charged by Mrs. Hettlo Terry wlth havlnp Uken fc dlamond ring from her valuod at 1225. Tho two ladles are nelghbors. and lt was sald were frequont vlsltors. It was upon one of these vlslts tha...

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. — 19 February 1903

TENDENCY DOWNWARD Double Hbliday Increased Stagnatlon of Market. PRICES WERE SLUGGISH Movement Was "?enctionary and Close Was Steady at Genera! Net Declines Runnlng to Point or IVIore In a Few Prcmlnnnt Stocks. (Bj- Assoclnted Presa.) NEW TORK, Feb. 1S.-TJ)C declslon of the governors of the New York Stock Exchnngo to-dny to Buspend operntlons from Friday evenlng untll the followlng Tuesday morning confirmed the. tendency towards stngnntlon ln tlie market. Wlth the curtnllment of nctlvity prices moved elugglshly and In nn Irregular way. but the downwnrd tendency prevalled nnd the market closed steady at general net de? clines, runnlng to a polnt or more In a few of the promlnent stocks. Amnlga mated Copper was a feature of the trad? ing and made further progress upwards, hut without malntaining its highest price, whloh reached 74. Thls compared wlth 70 In February of last year, whlch was the highest of that year. to-dny's price was the highest thus far touched this year. There was no...

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. — 19 February 1903

THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINQ QREATEST RESULTS. ONE CENT A WORD. -L. 25 Cenls, Cash InAdvaii*,. MIHlMUM CHARGE 25 CobiIs, Cash ln Advance ONE CENT A WORD, r ? ? -? _/ :ai.p wahte] '?MAXS. ^.9.1.B^' REOISTE IED PHARMA F ,f' _.*? - ?tatlng experlencs. ?to., to Box 26, Newport Lowa. Va, "WANTED. ADDRESS.il OF TWO OR three young men, wlth tnlent for draw? lng and a deslre to make money. Ad dreea D. T? cfire thla offlce. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED BU~ LLR; brlng clty refer.nu.-a, and apply at once to 815 VV. Franklln SlreoL WANTED. A PRESS FEEDER; BOY OR glrl,. Apply at once to WARB & DUKE, 6 Governor Street. WANTED. AT ONCE, A MAN OF Bome experlence ln hardware bualneai; aend references. A good posltlon. Ad dresa "3.," Covtngton, Va. Wanted. a job compositor. a good man can secure a permunent posl? tlon. Address COMPOSITOR, Box JUH, clty. Wanted, fTrst-clasb drugoist label COMPOSITOR; wlll pay boat sal ary ln city; ateady situatlon. Lubol Press FEEDERS nlso wanted, A...

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. — 19 February 1903

Miller & Rhoads. Mlller 6 Rhoads. Half Price for Coats and Furs Our ttsnal Fobruary nnd -March cold woathor is with us, tuid no .elling how loug it may continue. You can faco these chilling winds tt just about half the expense of a couple a months itgo when wint er Vas trifling with us. ?.2,00 to $IO.oo for g.-od coats for women. Fonncr prices _5.'."0 to J17 50, 91.-IS to 5. Rd for Glr'.s" coats. For? merly sold $_ 95 io ??' "? ?.V-.OS to ?*20.0{. for woVnen's fur bons. Former prices .1.9S to $35.00. r.Oe to ?-.1)8 for children's furs. Former prices $1.00 to .5.9.. More Bargains in Blankets and Comforts The last couple of nighis have been strong advocates of the need (or these thingrs?now look at these reduced prices. $6.50 Blankets for $5.00 ? Soft. flufT.v wool. 12-4 size, wide silk blndlng. $4.00 Blankets for $3.00 Flne Cailforr.la wool, silk bonnd 10-4 sire. Sultable for slngle bods. $2.50 Blankets jor $2.00 Heavy prray wool, soft and fieecy. 10-4 size, tape bound. $2.00 Com...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 20 February 1903

The King'sTryst By ROBEHT BAMt ^WiWft S8$JBIB ft I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,170, RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, FEHRUARY 20, 1003. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY <)F TO-DAY*^ NEWS THEWLATHER. "WASlirNOTON. Feu. 19.-Forecaat for Frdny anr] Saturdny! Vlrglnla?Falr, not ro cold Frldny; Sat urdny cluudy nnd wnrmor. probably raln ln soulli portlon; llght to frcah oust tvinda. North Carollna?Inorenrtng cloudlneaa and warmer Frlday, followed by raln ln weat portlon! Hnturday raln and warmer, frcch eaat wlnda. i Yeatorday waa but a allght Improvement ovor tho prcvloUB day ln tho mattor of temperaturc. The wlnd waa not ho ac tlvo.Tho merciiry. however. rrnclred a lowcr lovei; mar.klng 11 dcgreoa?the cold :C8t of Uio wlntor. l^aat nlght tho tempc rnturo waa connlderably modllled, and to-day wlll bo wartn. STATE OF THE TIU2R.MOMETEU. 9 A. M. 11 12 M. 2U 3 P. M..-..2G 6 P. M. 24 8 P. M. 21 12 mldnlglit . 2tf Averago . 211-3 HlgheBt ternpcrature. yeatorday.t' Bowott tempornturc yoatoifday. 11 Mean temperaturc yeat...

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. — 20 February 1903

ts III at Murplty'? Hotel, and wns not ablo to come out yeaterdny nftornoon at nll, Judgo Bovlng nl?>. la slck. Henoe. tha prosecutlon n.?ked, or rnthor Inslsted. upon a d>-lay. Mnjor Conrad urgod Im medlnte nrgument. declarlng thnt he waa rftftdy to go on ftl onco. But tho com rnlttro, aftor nnotber rnthcr long oxecn tlve session, overriilrd Mnjor Conrml nnd adjourned untll next Thursdny morulng ?it 10 o'clock. Upon that day the argtimont wlll be rone Into, nnd that It wlll bo brllllnnt and apfi.rkllng no one doubts for n mo ment. Three h6nrs wlll bo nllowcd to each r.lde. Ths tlme if the prosicullon irlll be dlvldcd betwern Judgo Lovlng, Judge Hrown and Xlr.'Stvode. nll of whora wlll sponk. Mnjir" Conrad, of cours-e, wlll look nflor tho defeusc. . The eomplptloii of tho nrgutnont wlll mark ihe flnal suh-nlaslon of tho capo to tho commiitee.' Both s.-es wlll retlro, nnd tho Invesllgn ors wlll buckle down to the tn*k of formdlatlng some report. Whnt Ihla roport win bo nobody c...

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. — 20 February 1903

NEWMOVEFOR POSTOFFICE 1 Mr. Lamb Bo Successful it Wlll Meaii Broad Street Sito FORMER VIRGINIAN NAMED Hon. Page Morrls Nomlnated by Presl? dent for Fedoral Bench?Bill to Pen? slon Mrs. Reed Is Dead?Other Washirigton News Notes. ' By Walter Edward Harrls. (Speclnl to Tha Times-UlHjintfh.) WASHINOTON, D. C, February 19. Congreasman Lumb sald to-day he would mtikp a now move for a postbfllce build Ing at Rlchmond, whlch ho hoped would prove successful. < If. he succeeds, tho result wlll be tha locatlon of the postofflco on Broad Street and.the conversion of the present build? lng Into a sub-statlon. He thlnks tho custom-houao ahould rcmaln in the old buildlng. Mr. Lamb says ho thlnks he wlll en deavor to have tho publio buildings hlll arnended so as to authorlze the cxpendl ture of $150,000 for the priperty betwoen Nlnth and Tenth Streets on the aouth sldo of Broad as a slte for a government hulldlng. He says he knows the propcrty ^.?an be acqulred for JISO.00O. Of course. ahould su...

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. — 20 February 1903

The Times-Dispatch PUBBISIIED DAIBY ANB TVEEKBY AT 4 N. TENTH STREET, RICHMONB, VA. ENTERBB JAN. 27, 1W3. AT RICHMONB, VA.. AS SECONB CBASB MATTER UNDER ACT 01) CON0RES8 OF MARCH 3, 1S70. THE DAIDY T1MES-BISPATCII IB 60c. A MONTH, *6 A YEAR; ?# ?0R SIX MONTHSf $1.60 FOR 1HRBID MSUNDaS' TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIB, PTITEEBAiBY TlMEs'-BISPATCH 1N CLUDING 8UNDAY, BY CARRIER. Hc. PTHF>VSUENDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, BY ABB UNSIONEB COMMUNICATIONB WIBB BE REJECTEp. .?. T REJECTED COMM VNICATRDNS WIBB NOT BE RETURNBD, UNBESS AG COMPAN1ED BY STAMPS. UPTOWN OFFICE AT T. A. MIBB ERS', 619 E.BROAD. FRIBAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1003, WIDESPREAD AGITATION. It would seem that thero ls a wldo spread orgaiiiza't'ldn among tho colored peoplo to arouso publlo sentlment ln the North with rospoot to tho disfranchlsing constlt.utions ln tho South. Meetlngs have beon called ln nearly all tho laTgo clties. and at them thls ques? tlon ls to be dlseussed and money ralsed to pay counsel to carry test cases to tho hlghest co...

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