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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

TO 'CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY I }An Interesting Occasion in Fulton. NEWS OF THE EAST END . Petition to the Passenger and Power Company— Personal nnd Other Items from This Prosperous Section. Fulton Bureau, People's Drug Store, Hcnrloo Council, No, 733, lloyal Arca,num, will celebrnto Its twentieth anniversary oi\ Thursday night, An Interesting musical progrnmmo, Interspersed with rtvo-mlnuto talks from prominent members of the ordor, has boer. arranged Xor the evening. Tho social will bo held In the lodge's rooms, In Nelson's Hall, • Tho council Is in lino condition and Hh ■ anniversary will iind Its membership • about 100. Tho council has doubled its membership this year and is Increasing steadily. Invitations will bo issued to the Grand officers and members on Tuesday. Tho programme for tho occasion is as follows; Cornet Solo Mr. Barney McDonough Solo Mr. A. T. Samuels Duet.. ..Misses XjIIIIo and Matilda Nelson Humorous Talk Professor Blckors 'Selection Davis Gleo Club "Nonsense" Mr. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

AUCTION SALES-MONDAY. Uoo, Wi Mayo. vUictlonucr, 12(0 J3, Mo In Btrcot, BOOK. CASKH, itoTL-TOP J7WSK, OFHCB CIIAIItS, CHOCKKIIY, CATiriOTH, IKON niiJIJB, FUUNtTtmK, li'i'U., AT AUCTION. lit will boII nHtny auotlon«liouso at 10: SO A. M. MONDAY, MAKCII 2, 1903, S Booit-CnHos, lliill-Ton Doslt, 2 Jiovolvlng Chuli-B, a largo lot of Tnbl'c Croclwry. Khlvpb, 3 ilno Inrno Cnrpetx, D Hldobrftirtlß, 3 Iron Hodn, .1 Wardrobns, 4 Bureaus, 7 ■WiißhatnrirtM, 4 Hcclfltends, lr. Mattreßacs, 4 Chumlmr Bulls, 4 I'nrlor. Bulls, Kxi)on«!vo Oalt ISxtoiisloiv TiHilc nnd DltiliiKKoom Chairs, «0 Chdlrs and Rockers, Coiidhoß, Cooltlnu' atovc«, Fancy Taulos, and numerous ntlier nrUcl<?n. A. 11. MAYO, Proprlolpr. CJOO. 11. Vitlontlno, Salesman. By Tho Vnlentlno Auotlon Co,, 012 Eiiflt Urond Stroot. AUCTION BAI.B OW MASSIVE! I OLD ENOLIBH. WALNUT CHAMH Et SUIT, WITH WARDKOI.IK 1 .'O l MATCH] FINE OAK CHAMBER FITITS, OAh. AND WALNUT HIDBIJOARDB. TABLKH, BABY CARRIAGE, MATTRKSSICS, CARPETS, STOVES, ...

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

11l MARKET STRONGER Stocks Were Sold With Great Freedom During First Hour BOUGHT WITH EAGERNESS Afler Appearance of Bank Statement' the Demand Was Great—Statement Wns Somewhat of a Surprise. (Rv Associated Press.) NEW "VOlHk. Fob. 2S.— Stocks were snlfl ■with great frucdom during llio first hour of to-day's .short session and were bought with cagcriii'sa after the appontanca or llio bank stiitomfiit. The uncovered boar stocks wero folt oven durliiß the selllnß of tho llrst hour. Commission houses also reported some buylnp. nttntctoji by tho considerable decline of the week. New l'ork Conlral suftered a drive, prompted liy the i;eports of the extensive landslide nlons: Its tracks. Pennsylvania on the other hand, offered goorl reslalnnce. Traders are Inclined to shift holdings from New York Central to Pennsylvania at the sumo price level on tie ground of tho hlghor dividend rate, fhe Pennsylvania annual report also helped the stocl<, and the rumors of possible control of Wa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

MARKETS. (Continued, from Twelfth Page.) light reoßlpts and rotardod prep»r»llon«i tor the new crop. Improvement In Liverpool and f&vdfAblo reports from American cotton manufftcturlnff centers w«r» given by the bears as Influonoea which n«ilrt th« cotton market together <ma prnveniltig ths long-looked forrftftotlon.,, the future markot, under. wavy llaujaatlon, sftlft prlnes were forcca down 7H6 points early in the day. After a silent fiuotuatlon the b&ard at tho close allowed net losses of 8 points on March. Anri», May, Juna nnd July, 8 oit August, ' on Beptembar, and a loss of 2 points on October. • . ■ Cotton futures slondy: «!«•«£>. tMW 9.83 i April. 9.K50.87! l|kv, O.WfIM.OI; Juno. >.93&0.8bi July; &. WjßAugiißt. ».Mflfl.6oi Seplembftr, 8.b0<39; OWlber. B.KSM7. THE PRODUCE MARKET. Richmond, Va,, F«b. 28, IW3. i QUOTATIONS, .WHEAT- .. -„ Virginia (buff lots) « 75 ««4 CORN— „ _„ White (Va....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

14 ONE MINIMUM CENT CHARGE a 25 Cents, WORD. Cash in Advance JIELP WANTED— MALE- A Ld°^. f |^ffi: I QUEEN CITY PRINTING CO., Clmilottc, N. C. ._ Ranted, traveling salesman to sell Blue Flame Oil Stoves to dealers In Viiv'lnla and North Carolina,-Ad-dross, t>y letter, giving references, B. F. O. S., en re this office. .TOUNO aiTON EVERYWHERE COPT letters, home ovenlnga, J7.00 * te £ Send addresßftii envolopc for Pijrtlc u ''} rBMANAGER. DojiL S, 107, Box 1411, Phlladnlphln. Pa. ) , .WANTED, SrX HUSTLING SOLICItors to sell an article used dally In fivery house; grood commission paid. Address A. 8., caro this offlco. , iWANTTOD, TWO WHITE FARM hands/ ranrriod or single, on /arm near tho city, to -drive team. Apply Monday at this office at 12 M. promptly. 'WANTED. AN HONEST COLORED portor, from IS to SO years of age; must come well ondorpod. RICHMOND TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE FOUNDRY, roar of Merchants National Bank. fa' ANTED, A^ COMPETENT MAN, either pressman or transfcrer; must...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

B ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents. Cnh In Anvtnoi JIELP WANTED— MALE. , SVV ANTED, FOUR OTt If-TV,R OOOj , Slaters at pneo to work I<VtfU?W2?S« Mato wnges, and mldrcfia UIREoT, Box 27, Snllsbury.'N. C. 1 _____ WTAITOMP - A COMPCrr^NT YOUNG Mail Strnogmplwt imisl w 1 -I I « a Plain. >noat hand ntul ho üblo to «f*' I J.V ll °" books. Address. In own hiu ;.' cxntato age. experience nnd attlnt-y, cspocted. QUICK, cara tliia oinco.-.. ;_ UOO to SMO tliis, full.. AddroHH JOHN^.I. G RE E-N, Green Bay. Prince l_dwoid counly. Va. ■_ J. . AGENTS WANTED. rwVfcNTJSD; AGENrpS IN EVERY. TART 'of tho countrv 'to dlslrlbtirt our gooif. I'Jtcctly reliabln; Iltil« t^^m commission given on all jwlcfi; { " co'loctlohs: send 6c. «V]"! p ?.4t^at v \sl* ING car No. 130 Pearl Street, Now York city. . . AGENTB-K0 A WEEK GUARANTEED; Automata AV_Jihen»-«"ll thomsolv^; ;i gen writes: "Kxlitbll crl Minplo to ten women; took ten ordnrn.", Time 45 mlnuW«. profit ovrrSM; gimrantcod t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

v GAME LAWS VIOLATED A Broken Rail Throws Cars From the Track. A SURPRISE MARRIAGE Social Lifo is Gay at Scottsville Tramps Are increasing In Numbers and Creale Much Annoyance — Too tale For Breakfast. (Sptrlfll to The 'ritncs-Dlsuatcb.l , SCOTTBVIU^E. VA,, Feb. liS.-The game laws are being violated in this neighborhood, and already . (as if UlO public- had not had enough birds for a vihilo) the feathered tribe aro beginning to suffer. AVhllo walking across his . farm one day this week Sir. I>. H. Pitta found a wild turkey, which, havlutr been ahot and crippled by some one, had tiown off and dlqd. ,kS a result of a broken rnll two cars loaded with pig iron ran off tho track lit this pla.ee a few days ago, blocking the way for some time, \A. surprise marriage took place recently at tho home of Mrs. Isham Clevoland, about three miles from Scotts- ', ville. Miss Minnie Phillips was tha bride, Mr. John Kidd, the groom; while Rev. C. EL Blankenship tied tho knot. Tho sister of...

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

" Now we'ff let Tatters out 1 Open the cage !*' " Ain't de epjgmes and patrol ever co.t^a- ! Qh»h-h 1 ' ■ ■'Oh myt He's goih* up me back ndwl" RICHMOND, VA.; StfNBAY. MARCH 1, 1003. "Sick 'em, dorgiel You're \he stuH!" Help! He's on me stummick!" " Dere V, gois, now \ Oh dear, I wisht I wus in jail ! f* " Ouchl He's gob' up me trousers 1 V " Fire ! Murder ! Help ! He's got me neck! " "Dey wu« nice kids-I OONT-T'lNKll*

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

» THE SLAPPING SAL. V WAS IN TILE (lays when France's power wns f»lr "dy broken upon thn «e:is. ami when more of her throp-tleckurs Iny rotting In tho Medway )>*•> were to bo found tn Hrest hnrnor, But Mr- frigates and corvettes Mil) scouted <ho ocean, closely followed over by thosn or 'her rival. At the uttermost ends of <h«, earth those dainty vessels, with Hwoet mnN of girls or ol flown, manBled and shattered «ach other for tho honor of the four yards of bunting whl* Happed from the ends of their (raffs. It had blown hard In the nUrht. but th« Wind had dropped With the dawnlns and t.ow the rising sun tinted tho M^a of tho storm wrook as it dwindled Into Uio west and glinted on the endless crests of the long, preen waves. To north and south and west lay a ekylino whloh was unbroken save by tho spout of foam ■when two of the great Atlantic sen* dashed each other Into spray. To tho east was a rooky Island. Jutting out Into oragKy points, ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

BRITAIN AND Starvation Would Follow If She Lost the Command, , GERMANY HER ENEMY Britishers so Regard Tholr Gorman OoUilns Despite the Allianco In Iho Venezuelan Matter— Cast Off Clothes of Nobleman. By PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to tho Tlme«-DlHp:itch, Copyrighted, I'JOS.) "LONDON, Feb. 28,-'l J erlorllenlly ' England becomes almost hyHteilcally excited over what might happen In the ovunt that two great Poweru combined to glvo her battle. There Ih general agreement that unless the British navy Ih powerful enough hot only to defeat Its ulllcd enemies, but also to. havo a tnnrgln of sect power Bulllclontly large to keep the ocean ldnea ot commerce free for the progress of Itn food ships, England would soon be ul'on the threshold of Htnrvntfon. Jt Is a well-known fnct that England cannot feed her millions with the prodUcta ot her own flolds and pastures. In the event of war with two or more ureat sea powers allied against her, England would be in a perilous position. Tho other day a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

■ WALKING IS AN IMPORTANT ART TO BE CULTIVATED. First Master the Art of GoIng Up Stairs and Then of Coming Down. The Gait Which is Fashionable at Present. By KATHERINE MORTON. Copyright 1003.) •""•"•""jTAm climbing us a means to se%i\ j cure o''«™ of locomotion Is per- ' iJbSjJ Imps a novel Idea, it Is never(p'^J tlielesn true that tho woman "■""*" W ho hns mastered the art of going upstairs, may be likened to a Diana following tho hounds, ■•Place me with my rival In the presence of a man In whom wo are both inw'tio kntfws how to walk, and who above ail has learned the art ot Btftir-cllmlilng. Trained stnlr-cllmbers should bo the healthiest' and the most graceful of women. In nny town, where the hills are steep, you find tho most graceful pedostrlnns. You will also find n healthy race°of women. Medical authorities ro so far aa to recommend walking upstairs correctly as good to relieve Indigestion; and It also tends to reduce prominent abdomens. Therefore, Clio common bugbear Of hous...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

c Striking Stage Gowns From Which Hints May Be Taken. Gold Cloth Princess Gown With Persian ' Trimming and Danglers. FASHIONS FOR THE YOUNG PEOPLE.— By May Tlanton. Lent, with its rest from social strain and its consequent leisure, has come. For six weeks to come comparatlvo quiet will bo tho rule; gayetics will bo limited nnd tho mother of ♦ho family will find herself with time to give to homo flowing, with nmplo opportunity to look ovor and ronow tho children's wardrobes. From time Immemorial L,cnlcn quiet has meant that task well dono. From generation to generation has descended tho habit of careful consideration nnd of provision for family needs. Not oven modern methods and modern clubs havo caused It to dio out. To-day, as much as in our grandmother's time, the children's needs aro carefully considered nnd supplied, and seamstresses and dressmakers aro kept busy making small frocks and pretty girlish dresses during the weeks of seclusion that precede tho . great spring feast. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

I KATHERINE 0. CABELL, Tho Second Dnuglitpr of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alston Cnboll. DOG LAW AS AMENDED A Complete Draft of the' Mathewsßill S OF MUCH INTEREST Patron is Called Upon Daily for Copies Duttes of. tho County Officer on the Subject are Defined. Owing to tho widespread Interest In the Mathews dog law, /us it has been recently amended by Iho Legislature, tho bill, n» amended, Is printed Jn full below, and Is as follows: i An Act--To amend and ro-enact chapter 402 of tho Acts of Assembly, session 1001-,'(W entitled an act to protect sheep and other stock In the counties of this, State, approved March 29, 1902, and to amend tho title thereof so as to provldo for Imposing a Uc'encs tux on dogs. 1. Bo It enacted by tho General Assembly of Virginia, That the net of tho General Assembly of Virginia entitled an act to protect sheep and other stock In the counties of this State, approved March L' 9, 3002, and the title of said act so as to provldo for imposing a license tax on dogs, be a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

/COMMENT FOR U THE HOUSEWItE I HOPE you will pnrdon tho Intrusion, for, being a man, I can hardly bo considered as a housewife. But the text of somo of tho lottors upon the Household Economy - Bubjoct Hooma a mifllclont oxcuoo for Interfering. In other folkß' business and 'putting my oar In.' I al «° .£»P« ™at JRY remarkH may bo of tpnoflt to at least a few of those little ■trufe'gllng housewives with whom I heartily sympathize. "To boßln-I urn a husband and father ot two strong, healthy boys, ton and twelvo years old, two flno healthy glrla four and six years old. Wo have also a number of dogs^ .cats, birds and chickens. (Tho chlckona aro self-supporting ) we aro clty-ralscd .pooplo and nro thoroughly capablo of dlatingulshlng between tho quality of il good portorhouso steak ana one from tho chuck. All tho articles placed on our table are plain, subutantlal goods of tho very best quality. "My family is now living in the country, and when I and m^ boyw sit down at table and commence...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

8 /*s~s\ s tV C?ytrJ3 VETERANS Will Take Place at New Orleans May 19-22. AN EDITOR'S ADDRESS Urges Old Soldiers to Attend— Some Facts About the Monitor-Vir-ginia Fight— Anecdotes of the War. Jo the Editor of The Times-Dispatch : New Orleans, Feb. 13, 1903. The accompanying letter, written by Mr Pago M. Baker, editor of the New Orleans Times-Democrat, und one of the most conspicuous and forceful 'figures in Southern journalism, in the interest of tho coming reunion of the old Confederate Veterans, which la to talco place in New ' Orleans, May 19, 2«. 21 and 22, is respectfully' submitted with tho expressed hope that you may- be able to give same a prominent position In your columns, ahe cause of tho rapidly thinning "gray lino is one that appeals to tho people of this cMntry, lVrespbfctlve of party or of creed and It is because of this, and the fact that the reunions of tho veterans will, in a few years beocmo a thing of the ast that wo ask tho courtesy at your hands. New Orleans wan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

c Stffidtiorct H&IS 1 ! .^L^f !i®£- T^ c fet M ace of Robert E. Lee By GeoRQE W. BEALB. UI3ATHBVILLLJ, VA., Fob. 2f..-Stmt-ford Hall, Iho blrth-plaoo of Itobort Id, Lee, Is perhaps Ilia bust jji'SßerVed, its It 1» one of tho mrist famous, of tho colonial flents In Westmoreland comity, It Is flltuattid on un elavrti/jd iilatoati.U mllo or more from Ihi river, nnd wa», Wins much of Its exlßlonce, surrounded l)y extensive forcau!. Tho view (torn the building Ib still intorcop'ted by masses of plno treos, whl'eM, on rwory «ldd In. Holomn majcaty. afford protection In Iho caso of violent winds, The location of the mansion Is perhaps a quarter ot a mile dD.tant from the outer gate, which Is on tho road leading from Bn-ynouvlllo to Chlltoh's Crops lloudß, and three or four miles above the county seat. The situation .la iv rollrtfl and secluded ono, Hotnowhftt remote from nearly all of thn other wealthy A"d "romlnont houses With which Btrntford buotalnod Intimate poclnl rqlallon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

10 BE NHL HOT." "Tit in mm." "CALVERT OF STHATHOHE" "American Diplomacy in the \ Orient." •'Plain Facts ns to the Trusts and Tariff." "Commercial German." THE MARCH MAGAQINES "Millionaire Households and Their Domestic Economy, With Hints Upon Pino Living." "The Yellow Wall Paper." "A Daughter of the Pit," "Maud Muller" Drill. R.HE PAPAL MONARCHY. By William Barry, D. D., formerly scholar of the Engfish College. Home. G. P. Putnam's Sons, publishers, New York. $1.30 and JI.GO net. Dr. Barry fixes the period of the papal monarchy from Gregory tho Great to Boniface Vlll. (690-1303.) Tho course followed by him In this work Is neither that of a theologian writing or dogma, nor that of an apologist who desires to exhibit conclusions in favor of a religious system. Ho seems to be a man addicted Vo facts, and the avoidance of Inferential Remarks upon them. In "The Papal Monirchy" he has given us a presentation bf tlio facts, ns if In a picture, grouped jminnl certain historical centres, so ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 March 1903

'$ jk * Tf J £~\ * m%k f*\ Ijhoir ffiriend jCoon ffiinds a ssear Altotionse and liaston in ijcrmany. mm ** •* mT m ■ • m^ Copyright, 1608, hf W. E.HeArst. DELI A AND MAGGIE— KATZENJAMMER KIDS .

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

"If we don't put Fatty in the hospital this time— !" Fatty to the rescue ! Muggsv— "Gee ! I guess if de gazab's pins got tangled, he wuddent V., vi;; smash dc ball very far I " ti Cjpp I VS/liTc'd ddt rvrintip cum fr(irn^>"' sl No harm done, dear Aunt Peabody." '/I've jus' got some grass ter roll here, so clear de track ! " I Old fit Know he wut in oc road* iYlf, t^ormi^blc I ■*' " Cheese it I Here comes Aunt Peabody ! " "Gracious!. Oh, save me 1 Help! 1 ' "Felix, my preserver, here's five dollars for saving me I" 'Well, if yer will git In der way, rals)er, /tain't my fault !" * , ".■.;•■--. ■.:.■...-.•■.■.;';■ ;.

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