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

S«SSi ffijSßgßjj& 1 WHOLE NUMBER, 16,179, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. ' WASHINGTON, /March i!.-Forocast for Tuesday and Wednesday: , , • r1 Vlrßhila-P.trily cloudy .Tuesday and Wodneadavi warmer on the const ru«»iJay: frcsli east wltldß, becoming southV North Cnrollno-aoudy Wertneednyj "light to fresh northeast winds. Neither too wtirm nor too «°, 1(1 ,, wa^ nn yofl"y ofl " tcrday'N tmnpemturc. Tho day v, n« a very pleasant one, with cloudy weaUior lit Ulgllt. STATE OF THE THMKMOMISa'EK. 9 A. M •' ■ V, 12 M In' \ Pi M. 2 •p-M; ::::::::::::::::: « Bmldnfglit '■- '• 1L Averago ....■■ -tt °- 6 Highest leinporaturo-ycKtcrday M Lowest ternpr'n.uure yestcrdny .v Moan temperature yesterday. w Normal tempcrdturo for Mnrch. ...... 45 DepartUro from normal temperature. 08 rreclpltatlon flurlng past 2-1 hours.... 00 MINIATi;iUrAUMA.NAC. Mnrch 3, 1003, Bun risen OM I HIGH TIDE. Bun (jets .... fi:o» Morn ng 7.^3 Moon 80t8....10;ii6 Kvenlng 7M3 RICHMOND. .lury in tho King caio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

2 •o «<*« up th» Appropriation, "and honMt «Hoi«rfi." Interjected Mr. Tltlman. An aroendmynt »m Introduced providing that relintrs on tofoaoco nnn entiir iihail nof. be paid uiilcbs prwented prior to April t 190 S. The amount approprl».t*d for the payroent of tha claim* wMi tiicMw.aed to 11,870,000. . Wh«a the AMrloh nnnmrlaJ 011 l wa* t»k«n up Mr. Tetl#r continued Wr remarks beffun yeetwdny. He wnß f"«^" by Mr. Cartnaok, who rep!te<! to iome nowspftpw erltteJmns of n recent .pejeh by him on the cuhject of murdere In the Phillpplnns. The paper had 0 w,me of Mr. Carmftck'e '"'•mark* regarding the «rmy »« "ntroolou«. p Mr. car- , »£ck HAM he hod bb C «n m lwiuotM. and reltcratM his former *t memento th«t prisoners, of war -lwid been murdoMdln the and unanswered. During th^ 00lirs f l ft fnrtlday the conference reports cm the forii floaMons npproprintlon bll nnd the Almkun homestead ;Wll were ng Twl,. miblle The Immlgrmtlon nnd omnlbim public ' building bill were ...

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

RESPOND TO COUNTYFIRES j Richmond Board Wants Opinion of City Attorney. ;k bill is made out Account to Bo Sent to the Board of Supervisors—Substitutes Appointed at the Meeting Held Last Night. The Board of Flro Commiflßloners hold t mooting last night with all members present except Mr. Locky, who was dotalned on account of Hlcknoss. R. K. Lewis, substitute In Truck Company No. 8, was cltod to appoar beforo tho next regular meeting of tho board for missing iLlnnnß and drills, Tho following substitutes having senvofi three months on probation worn reported •atlsfactory and appointed -regular BUbBtltuteß: J. W. Frakor, to Engine Company No. 2; D. 1... Garthrlght, to Engine Company No. 4; C. B. Samuels, to Engine Company No, 8. Tho resignation of Lowlb R. Rogers, atatlon man of Engine Company No. (i, tendered his resignation, which waß accepted, and E. W. Umlaut, substitute, was unanimously prornotod .to tha vacancy. , , The following substitutes were ar.polnteil on probation: J. H. Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

4 The Times- Dispatch PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEKKI.Y AT 4'N. TENTH STRKI3T. MCHMOND, VA. ENTERED .IAN. 2VUJ&VK RICHMOND. VA.. AS SECONDCLASS MATTEH VXDKR ACTJ3F CONGRESS OK MARCH 3, 1579. THE DAILY TIMBS-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. _^ THE SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS BOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPT* DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH m ™Q,Xn 60e. A MONTH. *o A YEAH: SIX MONTHS; JI.M FOR THREE pWDA-Y TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, TiMES-DISPATCW I*£ CLUDINtt SUNDAY, BY CARRIER; 35c. IwWsKay times-dispatch, by . WEEKLY TIMES-nISI'ATCH, * ■% EAR ALL UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS WILT. UK REJECTED. ...„..„.,. X^ Jl^P r n^? ? S^ C^L^^ fewlfc^^l A. MILLErtS', MO E. BKOAD. TUESDAY, MARCH S, 1903. A ONE-SIDED QUESTION. The ToiTens System of Land Registration has been under discussion In Virginia for noarly four years, within which period may communications and editorials have appeared in this paper on the subject. Thoughtful men throughout the fitato have been quietly advocating Its adoption. It seems to hav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

FINE SPEECH OF MR. SIPE ■ • The Membor Pays a Glowing Tribute to Loo. FOR COMPOSITE STATUE Bill Offered to Commemorate tho Deeds of Loo and His Generals In Marble and Bronzo — Moasuro Referred to Flnanco Gommittoe. One of the dlotlnot features of the Houso, proceedings yostcrday .was tho Introduction Into that body by Hon. Oeorgo B. Slpe, of Rociclngbam, of a bill to provide for tho oroctlon of a comj»oslto monument on the Capitol Square of L>oo Hid his genorabj, Mr. Slpo, who Is one »f tho strong lawyers of the body, mado mi eloquent speech in offering tho bill, mi] was loudly cheered by his colleagues; Me remarks of tho . gentleman from. Rocklngham wero as follows: "Mr, Spoakor, I trust I may have tho permission of the Chair and tho content vi" the House for a very brief explanation of thu objocts of a bill I have bow to present. "And this Indulgnnco la sought with less • roluotanco because I cannot doubt that the merit of tho moasuro will attract the sympathy if not th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

"IsiveNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Vifginih. fEFORM IN NORFOLK The Liquor-Crusade Has Not Abolished Drunkenness. IN THE POLICE COURT It is Said Sunday Was a Very Dry Sun- >'■ day— Ono Salo/jn Was Open for Drinking in Main-Street District and Possibly Others. (Special to The Tlinoß-Displltch.) NORFOLK, VA., Mnrch'3.-Tho liquor crusade has not abolished drunkenness. It may not have been expected or Intended to abolish that evil, as it may ■ not have been expected to flll the churches and tho Sunday-schools. How- : ever that may be, there were seventeen cases of plain drunks In tho Police Court this morning, besldo tho whole repetolro of petty crlmos thaf usually follow any holiday and that always fol/sw Sunday, despite tho energy of tho crusado, that has been waged against the Sunday liquor sellers. It Is said I that yesterday was a dry Sunday: One saloon was open for drinking In the Main-Street district, and 1 thoro may hevo been others. Hence, It is'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT Cumberland County Association Met In Fayettevllle. BOND ISSUE PROPOSED Resolution Providing for a Oounty Road Commission Was Offered, but Was Voted Down— Oape Fear Freight Fight. / (Speclnl to Tho Ttmos-Wnpntcb.) J. FAYKTTIOVLLLia, N. C, March 2,-ThO Cumberland County Good Roads Abnuc-iu-tlon mot last week In Fayettovllle. Tho chairman having briefly but forcibly explained tho object of the mooting, Mr. Hi McD. Robinson read -tho act of tho Legislature providing for an election In May to voto on tho Issue of $40,000 In road bonds. A resolution was offerod proposing tho establishment of a "Highway Commission," to consist of tho county commissioners and citizens of tho dlfforcnt townships of I the county, this commission to control the road funfls nnd direct their distribution. This was voted down. YoHtorday evening two negroos of Sev-enty-flrKt Township, Tom Hnrrlngton and Bob Gllmore, filled up with bad whlskoy and went to a festival near Shaw's Mill. From merrym...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

iTlio Kind You' Havo tfLlwnys Bouglijt* and which has been \in usoj for. over. 3o. years, hns bormo tho signature of ' , lir -. and has heott mado under his per-+j/JS/?ji~-j?- sonal supervision since its infancy. \ouir7y, f-GUcwtt Allow 110 0110 to decclvo you in this. ' All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jtist-ns-good" aro Imfc Experiments that trifle With and endanger tho health off . Infants nnd Children— Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc contains neither 01)111111, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee* It destroys Worms nud allays Fovcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation aud Flatulency. It assimilates the JTood, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea— Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAXS ' y^ Bears the Signature of T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

I • • • • O&T&£klIl«/V I m tfV ITJR Alaska Refrigerators are already in stock, but our store is so \ F Viif overcrowded that we can't even show Refrigerator samples, conse- Jgl %9 (jMil quently wo will this week give reductions of from 10 toso per cent. C/ JP% on all odd Chamber, Parlor, Diningjßoom, Hall, Library and Kitchen Furn%J^ itu.ro/ odd Chairs, Rockers, &c, &c. l# *a You DON'T need cash to take advantage of this sale. Weneed room, g v and need it badly — and will mak any fair or reasonable concession in terms 8 I of payment, etc. POME TO SEE US. ' | J?L^ 419-21 E. Broad St:, bet. Fourth and Fifth. j£k \ksUF Our assortment of Baby Carriages, Go-Carts and Mattings is now complete.^ jrtn A TOWERING STRUCTURE Mutual Assurance to Erect One Nine Stories High. PLANS NEARLY COMPLETE New York Architects Now Drawing Them— OoL Palmer Believes There is Need for at Least Three Modern Office Buildings. The Mutual Assurance Society of Vlrpin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

MOVEMENT DOWNWARD . Saturday's Lato Rally Had Little Effect on Opening, RELAPSED INTO DULLNESS Money Situation Continues to Weigh - Upon the Market— Ruling Rate for Call Money Was 3 3-4 per cent. and Time Money Scarce. (Br Assoclntcd Pr<«'.) NEW YORK, March 2.— The closing rally In stocks on Saturday had some slight Influence upon tho opohih^ dealliigtri to-day, but tho advance whs Inslgnincn t and the mnrkot soon rolapsod into dullnees and nogleot and ft slow downw rd movemont. The decrense in net earnings for January reported by SI. Paul waa an unfavorable Iniliienco. althoiiKh it «ns soug.ht to explain it by tho high price for fueJ, which had to be paid. AJrnalgai matod Copper showed some stiongth, owing to the fuirther advance In the metal boUl hero and In lundon, and Pennsylvania made somo resistance to the depression. Lato in tho day again the unexplained advance In Manhattan Induced some recovery In prices, but the closing was unstondy and very dull. Tho money situ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

il UE MINIMUM |||ji N CEMT DHAROE . Hi a 26 Gents, U i WORD. CathlnAdvanon V : JM _______________ ' SfftP WAWTEP--MAtK. ;; _,^ ' WANTED SIX OR EiailT GOOD PR INj TERS ut oncrj. Apply' to I. N. JONEB & SON, C-B'l,o N, JCIRiUh Htreet. WA NT IS D,' ■ FIVIS EXPERIifINCipD WAITERS: wngos, $20 ncr month, Apply LEXINGTON HOTEL, Newport News, Va.' _________ WANTED, I3OOK-KEBPKR AND TYPEwriter; lady or «-ontlomnnj one that would bo willing to Invent 12,000 In the preferred stook Of 'an established mercantile company; 7 n«r cent, dividend guaranteed and payable quarterly. Box 163 Clarcmont. Va. .WANTED, EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR to Uke chargo of Bubucrlptlon department of largest circulating library In . the world for Richmond and suburban towns; ono having othor business which onty occupies hall his time proferred: a good annual Income to the riffht parly. Call WEDNESDAY botween U and 1:30 at 421 Weat Main Street SITUATION WANTED— MALE. .WANTED. SITUATION BY MAN WHO Is exper enced as...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 March 1903

12 Miller & Rhoads. This Illustration Shows a Warner Rust-Proof Corset... No. 121 it's called. Mado of English Cotitil/ with tho new English hip. Hose supporters attached to both hip and front, medium bust, trimmed wltli lace and ribbon and boned with rust-proof steel— sl.so. 1 A "Warner Bust-Proof Girdle for $1.00 is made in Batiste and, like all tho Warner models, is boned ■vvilh rust-prool steel. Beautiful Coats for the Baby. People Ikfft are not at all interested in pretty things for babies vron't bo interested in this little item. „... j . .>« t .-.ill's nnfl trnllov capes for tho wee people Hint we ever iw r«cl,^ us yc^tcr^yf Silk doshm.re and Bedford Cord-M.BO to $12.50. , Can't begin to describe their beauties— this is only intended to bring,3'ou in to look at ! sm. The Dollar Muslin Underwear Exhibit When Unclerwean such as we have In our window, Is offered at One Dollar, it means that Underwear perfection (as far as our present knowledge goes) has be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

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

TlfK i iJIfetMTCH'. V6pi*BttD MM. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. tHE WEATHER, .j.-l-'orci.-uat: Vlt-Klnla mid North Onrollna-Un. In Thursday; Vrlday fair: H«Ut. yrirlahlft winds. Continued dollghiful loinpnralui'e inado yesterday oho ;? Iho immt !'!""« l . of. (.life softßOrt, T.UO nntlulpittPd rnlri f to mfitorlalli-.0, but. a rlownfnll la pr«d k -d 10-day, followed, by fair wcalhov to-moi-rotv, STATE OP .TIIiTTi'mUMOMKTEn. P A. M. $ • 32 M S !'. P. M • ' t.<l R P. M ' m !> P. M ;% V: mUllilglU ""•l_ l Av.rng, .^ : • 'iriKhcst tempoijatiiro/yftstorday Lowest, teniperntiirc y»:BU'ruay «' Mrnn tempornlure ypntcrdny. « Normal tompei'JUurO for Marcl ...... 4R ■ Departure Krom lioniuil tfmperntrirf:.. W Precipitation during 'i«ast 21 nouns.... w j MINTATUHK AL.irAN'AC Mnrch 5, 1003. Sunrises 5:37 HIGH TIDE. Sun fcots 6:0fl Morn ng J ; 0Moon 8eU..,'.12:w Bvanlng ■>■-'' RICHMOND. ' Richmond boy killed by a train In P.hllwdelphla^ — Roporta on Oampboll cafo » bn pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

; *omcwhnt debonair old gentleman, whoso ■ fltftiro In the national Houoe of TJrpr<«nentatlvoM lu\« bpon n prominent one for ninny years. A tiny Pproy of 11110? of the valley nnd two or three violets were on his lnpeliinnd a emllo plnyd ov?r his fftco, but ns ho proeomird tho smile disappeared. Th«re -was republican npplaiiso nitw tiPhrly rvory sontrnoo. At nrst lho Demobfnts" sat in utter silp.nce. Then 1 ™« two or thr«« l)omoera<s. Including Captain I^arnb, Applaud n patriotic utterance. I<*inally, Gertornl Henderson bxelalmod! .■ "<3o on with your rough and tumnie fiphtlntr on this floor, but I pray you always Itecp your eyew on that fmff up yonder, nnd bo willing to Rive up yout Jlfo to defend It," Then It waa that nearly every Demoprat on tho floor Joined In tho storm of applause, which wns maintained for a considerable tlmo. A fow words more, nnd Grnwnl Henderson cfrncludttd by rappliw? onca with Ills g.ivol and declaring the Wfty-se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

f+^tm^mm 9*9 * €_:_> #*_•__. has gathered heavily t/Ou6n S OlOrC Merchandise from everywhere, Quick sales and small profits, no matter how cheap the goods wero bought, Many goods will be sold tfpon the hottr to-day, as for instance: From 9 to 10 o'Clock. $1,25 Kid Gloves for 60c. Shirting Madrhs for G 3-4 c. 4-4 Fronch Percales for 5 l-2c. From 10 to II o'Clock. 23c Unbleached Shooting for 15c. 75c Men's Camel's Hair 'Underwear for 25c, Worsted Grenadines for 12 l-2c, etc. From II to 12 o'Clock. Boys' $3.00 Norfolk Suits, new spring styles, for $1.48. 875 yards White Butchor Linens for 19c. White Open Striped India Lawn for sc. ' From 12 to I o'Ctock. All-Wool Colored Cheviots, 59c grado for 29c. Boys' 35c Pants for 17c. SERIOUS WRECK ON SEABOARD Engineer and Negro Cook of Dining Car Fatally Injured. (Uy JUroclutoil Prwi«.) JACKSONVILLE, FLA,., March 4.— The northbound Seaboard Limited, leaving leaving Jacksonville at 1:10 P. M., wan wt'.'cked this afternoon at Evergreen,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch. PublUhad D»lly and Weekly st No. 4 North Venth etreet, ftlohmond, V«. Btitered January fir, IPO3, at Richmond, Va., as second-Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 187tf. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold «t £ eents'a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold at B cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall60 cents a month, $3.00 a year, $2.60 for clx months, $1.60 fop three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents par week. Tne SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unslpned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 610 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, IDO3. A POST MORTEM. Our Washington correspondent in discussing the defeat of the Aldrlch bilf says that aside from all questions as to the merits of tho measure, the ...

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

VOTE WAS f NOT REACHED /The Campbell Matter Goes Over toll To-Day. COMMITTEE/VIEN ABSENT Reporta are Surely to Bo Mado This Week— Senator Olaytor'B Bill fieported—Flno Work of Colonel Xewhouso's Oommltteo. The House Committee for Courts of Justice held a meeting yesterday afternoon, but owing to the allm attendance pf momborß did not take up tho Carnp>oll ca.no. Only, eight members Voro present, tho absentees hawing Messrs. Southall (cluilrman), Oavl«, Duko, Lion, and Sobrell. Mr. Southall )s detained In Amolla by tho Indtsposllion of hl» mother, and Mr. Davis Is In New York on Important business. Ho Wired Mr, Cardwoll that ho could not jKJssibly reach tho city boforo to-day. Mr. Uon has boen at his home, In Prince AVJlllam, for several days, and Mr. Duko (a In Charlottosvillo attending to t uomo lmpotant law mattorH. Mr. Sobroll Is engaged with hig law partnor, Colonel Cabell, In' The trial of an Important crimlnnl enso in Danville,, and will \>o unabo to retu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

< THE PASSING OF BOWDEN Forecasts of This Character Have Not Materialized. HIS INFLUENCE IS STRONG V Those Whom He Favored Almost Without Exception Have Received the Plums Handed Out by tho federal Government, CSpeclal to The TlmcsDlKpntch.) NORFOLK, VA., March 4.— 0n0 of the newspapers which published (ho article tmdor the headline, "Tho Passing of Bowden," needs to recall its prophecy, Tho prognostication that the power n,nd Influence of Colonel Bowden In tho Republican affairs of Virginia wero passing or waning, seems not to bo fulfilled. Quite tha' contraryi all of tho persons ho recommended and agioed to are in olllco, and those ho objected to aro not In. It Is truo he was supposed to havo been lri favor of R. T. Thorp as district attorney, whereas Judge' Lewis has tae place But It -will bo remembered that General Allan. who opposed Colonel Bowden, and who had ,the place and wished to keep It, Is rot in it, S. B. Carney still remains aa assistant postmaster. Ho was r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

A MUSICAL l LuIIVAL Meeflfig of State Musical Association In Greensboro. ORCHESTRA FROM BOSTON Elaborate Arrangements are Planned to Make the Occasion Most Notable In the Musical History of the City and State. (Special to Tba Tlmes-Dlipiitcb.) ORB13N»BORO, N. C, March 4.— Th« meeting of the State Musical AsHoclatlon, whloh waa to have boon hold In Oreensboro, beginning Master Monday, have boon changed to Aprlil 30th, May Ed and 3d. Prof essor ' Clarence R. Brown, of tho association and of tho faculty, of ihe Btato Normal and Industrial College conceived tho idea of a grand musical festival on that occasion, and in conJunotlon with Manager Scbloss, of the Grand Opera House, havo signed a contract with the Boston Festival Orchestra, composed of (lfty first-class artists, to give tWo concerts hero on that occa- ■ lon. Tho gruaranteo for this featuro of the festival alone, was $1,000. ICnergotlo preparations are beginning to mako tho convention and festival a great occasion. Mr, J. C. M...

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