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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

« MINISTERS DISPLEASED The, Vigorous Language, of Dr, Hatcher Offonds Them. RELIGOUS HERALD TALKS Tells lhat tho Desperate Condition of tho School nt Bristol Has Mndo It Necessary to Use Somo Very Plain Talk. Several well known Bapftst'pastorfi In the State hnvo expressed groat displeasure at the language used !>y the Key. Dr. AY, E. Ilatchbr mid others In the Religious Herald criticising them ror their fnilurn to respond to tlio npppfils the Virginia Institute at Bristol, now on the verge or a collapse. In tho prosecution of his work for rollorinff Bristol, l>r. Hatcher has had free use of the columns of the HorftlO, the denominational organ, nnO from time to tlmo ho has ffivon a budget of new;? concurring the progress of life labors. Along with these batches of news cojiib at odd times appeals to the brethren"; Ag tho time limit set by the creditors drew nearer and nearer, and thu conditions of Bristol became, more nnd moro desporato tho appeals Krew correspo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

AVegctoblePrepaMtionfofAs- 'm simitating iteßxjdandHcguta- 1 Ung the Slainttclo-andßowcla of V Promotes Digcslion.Chcefful- i ness andTtest.Contalns neither a Opium.Mojrplune nor*lii\£raL | nK^tafrnda-SAMuatmilaa \ I'lunfJail Stub" Mx.Srnnn * \ MtmSe*d* \ QmMtoggr , 5 miiyniiirnarm I Apetfecl Remedy forConslipa- | Tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea \ Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- | •ness and LOS 9OF SLEEP. | Facsimile Signature oP , | NEW YDHK. | EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. 1 TOLE AND MORRIS SENT TO JURY Charged With Stealing from Shipyard— James Davis Held for Developments. Three members of the Parker family, all colored, were before Justice John yesterday morning on tho charge of treßpaßslng on the premises of Annlo Brown and threatening to kill her. The three Parkers declared they didn't know nothing c-rbout hit, and had witnesses to provo what they snyed. They wero given to Saturday to produce their witnesses. "Willie Morris (colored) was charged, primarily, with throwing rocks In th 2 st...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

JO THEMARHET IS QUIETER _ With Recuperation the Banks Stopped Calling Loans. THE BEARS TESTED PRICES They Succeeded In Dislodging Little Stock by Offering Prices Down So Covered Their Short Contracts. <Hy Associated Pmas.) NEW YORK, March 4.— Tho relief to the banking position afforded by yesterdy s sharp liquidation in tho stock market/ was manifest In the qultor tone of the trading to-day. The banks woro apparently satisfied with the recuperation effect od yesterday, and desisted from the further calling of loans. The bears tested nrlcos during the morning, 'but they found they were dislodging little stock by offering down pricos, and they covcrod their snort contracts. Tho result was to bring prices back to about lust night's closing level. Al that point trading- came almost to a standstill. T.ho relaxation of tho selling pressure encouraged a resumption of operations by tho bull pool In Manhattan, which lifted that stock 2% ovor last night, and support wns given Amalg...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 March 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, CnhinAdflMOt ONE GENT A WORD. HBt,P WAWTED— MAfcE. WANTED, FIVE EXPERIENCED WAITERS: wffJton, $20 mt month, Apply L]D£fNGTON H6TI3L, Newport Nswb, Vfc. WANTED, A COMPETENT MltJ-.-wrluhti one* fiunlllftr with flour milling matehlnMin AMtPM, with reffronceß, NOIIFOLK FLOUR CO,, Norfolk- Vlu SVANTBD, A FIRST-CLASS ' BAKER, with r«cowrn«!id«uions fro™, "iiih. «•}* nloyer. corresr-oml with n, N. BRIDGBHS, Weldon, N. C, .WANTED, A REGISTERED PHARmaelßtj single, sobeir in«l not &' ral<l ot work. Afldresfl B. J. DUDLEY, care Carrlof No. B, nictymond. Va.- IWANTEOD, A YOUNG MAN. ABOUT 14 or 16 years of age, for a bundle wrapper; Rood i*).y and steady employment to the right party. Apply CORDift, MOSBT & CO. VANTKD, TWO CLOTHING BALICSmen. two FurnlstliliiK Goods Salesmen; must be thoroughly competent and qualified to wait on tho best class of / frado; application and references by letter. OAKS-RADY, COMPANY,. WANTED. YOUTH OR YOUNG ...

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

It r Miller G Rhoads. Miller 6 Rhoads. ( * Our New Parasols Are HereThere's a goodly showing of then) in the eastern show window. You'll want your Parasol early, or at least' you'll want to make your selection early, in order to get tho proper Assortment to choose from, as the later voii postpone buying the more limited the stock will' bo- ;, ) come in variety. Prices from *I.<K> Tor a pretty Bilk Slllt Parasol, without trlmmltiß. Up to 915 for ono that embodies everything Ihft't exquisite) in tho Parasol line. A couple of (lie intermediate ones fire an Embroidered Taffeta at $3.98, and a -5-Bow ChiiTou aI, §5.00, in white and black. Both have tho London Club Stick Handles, with ivory tips. i Imported Designs In Art Needlework Found Nowhere But in Our Store "Would you like to see the daintiest specimens of Art Needlework in America? We havo them in our Art Department, and shown for the first time in this country. Hardanger Work (Danish)---Cen-tre Pieces and Tnb...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

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

FORTY PAGES. THE IDISPATCH. FOUNDISD 1850. I VVnULJI iNUl v lDliKi XU.lOt* HOT FIGHT OVER JUDGE CAMPBELL Hon.G.Y:HunleytoLead for Amherst Judge. FULL STATUS OF THE CASE GIVEN Senate May Wish to Have Further Investigation. HON. RICHARDS. DAVIS r O LEAD OPPOSITION Will Contend Strongly on tho Floor of tho House That the Acciised Judge Should Be Removed -Judge C. J. Campbell Says He Will Not Offer His Resignation. Tile Campbell case Is auuumlhs a- most Interesting phono, ;in<l some developments aro promised iv;xt weok. which will not tend In the loast to decrcatsu jjuljllc interest In thi inrfttcr. Oii the other hand, the Htihjoct is going to Ik) practically tho "whole *how" In icglfilfiUvc circles for some time to come. Ob motion of Chairman Southall, the Mporla have been set as "a special and continuing order for to-morrow at noon, end when they come up, the. first brusu will Vyj between the inombera of the committ<y!. The majority, lod by the Hon. Richard K. Da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

« ««tatM ond th« WBfO aetiv* calf nf fMlty, which lumi r«o«nlly bc«iin. ami ' t«« *nhii.iie«hiotit In v*lu« of land. <• £.*WWn<*« <JT» tttUltlplyinß every day l-irtlftf Iti *om« wb.v from tho i«i»)i • •■'•• M*tnln*tlon of titles nnd the old form ■ Bf conveyanclnir will have to b# Imd, ■ ».hd lh« Torrens nystoni Is the only otift k'blOto oSftrs what in to bo desired." Mr. H. P. Willis, a prominent lawyer und nupcrln tendon I of th* public sohools nf this olt#\ tsaj'm "Whllo t am not famlllar'wlth nil thft delfllla nf tho messlire now pending •» th» LeglHaturr, 1 feel a deep Interest In the Ton-ens sj'K* tftm of laJiti rf.s!(itratlon. whlob, ns f*HblleheA In other JurisKllc.Uonß, seems fo meet tho ronnlreniffit" of the ttp<i *n4 to give Bcncrai «atl«fact|on. t nm ti«artlty In favor of nny plan that will Insure the certain, speedy and chcflii transfer and registry of titles to real estate." Judge John T. Ooolrlck, formet jii(->,'e ...

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

I^BOSKIVIVOIMO. --------- - WASHINGTON. moTMima you mmv People who buy Puriiitiu'e and Carpets from us are our fast friends Evßr After. We treat6very!body fairly and liberally. We strive to make each sal o bring us another one. Only one May to do this,— -good goods at fair prices. If you once get acquainted with our furniture and prices you will never go elsewhere. Parlor Suites. Complete new lino of Pn rlor- ft ui l os In tlic lato.gt designs of frames, both in 3- nnd O-pinco suites, c"A'cr<d in Tapfiftlry f?ilk Dnmnsk plusli'j.'*. Vi!rona'n of every de.Hcription. mmjm * or throe deli»J)l3»ys cately carved frame,, covered in silk' damask;, cost olsc* whom, $18. d» g»/-w ' or thrce-p'tece tappfl'^-y (•P/ *5 covered Suile, cost r^ n . where, $12.00. ■ <J?^« /C >— s\f° r l n '/?e Ih'e-plot'.o w2O«s"suite; Tieavy franio, ct'vercd in silk damapic, tufted back; cat eleewherc §35.0f/. ■ $ .k -/nagnlftcent five4^s*"^ piecPi Verona covered Suilv; i* s equal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

Published bally «nd Weekly al No.i 4 North'. :?enth Streot, Richmond, Va. ;< entered January ttf, 1903, at Rich* ;frtendj Va.i a* seoond'Ciflss • Matter, under Act if Congress of Mnrch 3, IS7O. Tha DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is «old It 2 cents a copy. The, SUNDAY' TIMES-DISPATCH In told at 6 cents a copy. H DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mftll— W cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for ilx months, $1.50 foi* three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12,00 a yoar. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Intludlng Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. ■ ■The SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cent* per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, )1.00 year. All Unsloned Communications will be rejected. Rejected .Communication* will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. *19 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, MA-RCII. S, IDA'!, STATE FINANCES. Two days ago wo called' attention to ' the E-jr-.'eet of Sta.te finances and showed that although there was 'uncerta'nty us to wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

A •J(CADEMY— Tuesday, Richard MnnsJleil; Wednesday, Lula Glawer, In Dolly tyirden; Thursday and Friday, Florodora; eiturday, matinee and night, The Four Cohans. ', BlJOU— Georgo Sidney, in "Busy Izzy," .fell week, with usual matinees. ' Richard Mansfield Is to be seen at tho {Academy on Tuesday In his great revival of ShaVeHpeare'H "Julius Caesar," with all Iho pomp and imperial allurement which 1 lias caitrlhutcd to mako It probably tho tnost praised dramatic achievement tho hl;n',<- lias known. Tho other day Mr. Manslf-'ld was asked how long ho had been preparing this production. His eyes twlnkfed. as they have a fashion of doIng, lofore ho makes ono of his laconic BtaU'hents full of moaning and' he rofcllcdj ■ . "TVenty years." . Itjww almost a shame to add any/thlnl" to so compact a statement of Jtruu, but possibly one may be pardoned tlio/eflectlon that In addition to the tech-'-illc/ training, tho maturity of power, the Irlpjned Intelligence and scholarship which it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

i ]vrpv\fCL AIXTD CiO^^^li FROiVi FORtiiiv-iiN i iJtis /\i^il-/ w/\jr^i i /\l^^ BRITONS TIRED OF ALLIANCE More Delighted Than Castro At Settlement of. Dispute. THE MAKING OF A SAINT. England Has Not Made Any Objections To the Canonization of Joan of Arc. Boers Not Jubilant Over Chnmberlin. By MAXO'RELL. Special Cable to the Times-Dispatch Copyright 1903. PAKIS, March 7.— lt Is said that President Cnstro, of Venezuela, has been In a Jubilant state simp thu signing ot Hie protocol at Washington nnd tho raising of tiiC blockade, but I assure you then he Is hardly as Jubilant over It ns Mr. • John Bull, to whom I have just paid a Visit. That Anglo-German nlllnnce, even temporary as It wns, never flattered oi p leased the English, who all the time felt they were lowed by Germany into what threatened to be a mess of the ilrst order; Besides, at Uhe bottom, the English hate the Germans, and would very much like '.the world to' believe thnt they lovo tinAmericans and are loved by them. Ever...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

For tho Woman who Wants to Know. Por Jhe Son and Daughter who Need td Know* For tho Business Han Too Busy to Know. jfmericttn jtfffairs. PRESIDENT'S NEGRO POLICY. In reply to a letter from Clark Howolt, »flllor of tho Atlanta Constitution, Preolflent Roosovolt said that he could not treat moro color ac a bar to holding ofllco any moro than crood or birthplace. Just as lltllo would ho treat it as conforring tho right to hold oflice. Tho prime tests whloh h.o had applied wero charactor, fitness and ability. Ho said ho had boon surprised and pained at tho Incomprehensible outcry of tho South but that ho would not Bwervo ono hair's breadth from tho courso ho had marked out. ST« asko d If it woro not safer to act on tin! motto "All men up," rather than "some men down?" Ho had 'Vieant sympathy with tho mero doctrinaire." OLAN-NA-GAEL FOR REPUBLIC. At meeting of the Clnn-na-Gacl hold throughout . tho country, Wednesday, In commemoration of tho 125 th anniversary of tho birth of Robert Emmo...

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

V I The Week's Events p In Social Circles. ' "I never saw a conprepntlnn so entirely feminine ns that nt St. Paul's, this afternoon," sold a young gentleman of Richmond, a few day.- slnco. on his return f?om Lonton service. "My friend and I wero tho only men there, nnd wo reit nlmost out of placo nnd isolated, as It why do not the men go to worship as well as the womon?" Inquired tho femlnlno entity to whom his observation was addressed. "Oh they pro too busy making inonej for the women. I, myself, went nt unite a sncrlfico, one thnl I shall probab y not bo Inclined to repent," was tho ready anTho woman had heard ciioukli. She turned to the window and lo the pnssorsby. Lcnton church duties were mentioned no more, but a train of thought had been awakened which kept her niinu bus.V". Wns this a fresh proof, sho wondered, of the divergence In the life paths of tho sexes? Wero tho insistent calls of work nnd Interest so clenr nnd loud as to drown for manly cars the music of tho church b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

NORFOLK SOCIETY Refreshed and Stimulated by the Season's Pleasures. WAS MOST SUCCESSFUL But It Did Not Cost so Much That a Year or More of Enforced Retirement Must Now Necessarily Foljow. (Special to Tho'Tlmon-DUpotcli.) rtORFOhK, VA., March 7,-After a winter season distinguished for Its gayjty and Its generally brilliant entertainments, it is (It that society In Norfolk Bhould bo quiet now. The entertainments of the winter did not consist of three or f,our crushing and crowded roceptions, given by rich families In such a. style as to , deter those who were riot bo rloh from entertaining at all, but they were parties, not given for the show of wealth so much an for that relined and amiable hospitality .vhlch distinguished the home life of the Southern people before the war. Such hospitality la never exhausted, because It never makes those supremo efforts of new people, nor those fa.tal boclbl mistakes of those who attempt to bait unwilling and reluctant society int,o gaudy. parlors ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

BVAST PROGRESS MADE BY RAILROADS S tenders Accomplished in c Score Years and Ten. iREAT STRIDES MADE. Siparlson Made Between Ihe Jng trains of tho Past and the rvels of iHo Present. Details of Interest. ' (Bj- Goo. S. Crensshaw.) ( 1 ! q«jreornii Art Gallery at Wttßh- > C, there Is a plcturo renrp- '•' v patrticrlng- of country folks In ' .Utlre to meet and view the coniS first train on the flrat railroad In ■k State. Tills picture is one or of the collection In that tnng-CTIH-ry of pictures, both as a art. and as ft- subject for kind§rt has suggested this article "ew fucts concerning tno beginwonderful progress' that had a in railroad building and eqtnp•o Stephenson's locomotive was ' ferity-three years ago will no crest many. The first rnllrond -a was built In XS24 near Charles- . Of this, little Is known. AnI built In New Hnmpshlro about date to bring tho stone i from ' ries of the White Mountains, .great Baltimore and Ohio was om Baltimore to Washington, c of forty mi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

fiRMWORK EHINDHAND 1 . Ground too .Ward Frozen for Grubbing and Plowing. POTOMAC FISHERMEN. j \ht\r Hugo Seines Were Thrown In the River on Thursday aa the Initiatory Step to tho Spring Work.--Her-rings and Rock Caught. (Spielal to ,'ltie Xloiai-Ditpntch,) COMOHN, VA., March 1,-^Tho first at Harch, 1003, found leas 'farm work done v King Qoorgo than for man,y years— ihe- ground having been either too hard j rozon or too wet to admit of grubbing, .' lowing or fencing, and consequently Uie ; armors nro very much behind, hand "with ; their operations and will bo pressed from how on. It lias long been a custom .'with . tho farmers hero ,to 'do all' their fencing knd to plow tholr new grounds and sod- . and -in January end tho -flr«t\ijalf of . February, but It lit doubtful if ao much is ono aero of corn-land had been plow- ) id in the county up to tho first day of ; ho present month. However, our people j is a, rule mo not pessimistic because of I his stato of affalni. Talking on tho su...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

Those who "are afflicted suffer \\.vft' iiesirc amoihing i\p silence, not 4 realizing that slowly \ V>/Wk Mends' often' re. bfyt surely black despair is encircling y jx^ proved appearAmbition bums out. almost entirely, a \^. HSu«e, n»i- I momentary flicker! alone! showing what had x' / I fo'fniei'ly been ; .'a> strong, healthy light. , The very presence of their dearest friends brings pleasure no longer; loathsome melancholy takes their place. Why „«Udw dyspepsia- to work havoc with you ? The demons of dyspepsia may be driven away— melancholy and despair dispelled.. For thirty years Dr. Dcane made a study of dyspepsia, and iif'ffilrty yfears has cured more cases of it than probably any otherififty physicians combined. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills arc notr'magic, but tlie result of long and careful study of stomach and intestinal disorders. They relieve immediately and cure permanently. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills for sale at druggists. 25 and 50 cents.) White wr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

A "WStm >iTIvrKS^nTST»ATCHi IITCHMONH, TA'., TONDAT, MA3ECCH 8> 1003, leuWBHIf >WBt wwwinww* " ■ ■ w^.w ~- an *fnfctnt ffihinoceros* / etprngtu i»o», ty w. n. gum orwt Bfiuao nlghti tuwnr«4.' (

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 March 1903

n La Mod? Paper Patterns. They have'ci **nr*»'tf every town where introduced, and are holding ever;* ~- that ever buys one. They rcpre. sent all the latesi esof every conceivable government, and Ihe price for (xny \» i6c. Sold with & guarantee of perfection. The Silk Buyer Is Happy, His enthusiasm touches the interest of every Silk wearer in Richmond The Silks are of the highest standard, as all of Cohen s Silks usually arc. Stocks of Silks from several manufacturers and Importers. PRINTED FOULARDS AT 33c YARD. About Pr..'i yards of best Ssi\ qualities. :is ercnln grounds, with various the polka-dots, 10 dilTcrcnt color of!'ed«, POLKA-DOT LIBERTY SATIN AT 65c. YARD. \Vo ipctiroi 11,0001 yards of v fine qunlitv. Imported t^ibovly Satin, In Navy, Jtlnck nnd Wliito grounds, •with nent dotfe nnd svnull designs of ■wliito; tliflV fire best $1.00 qualities. BLACK TAFFETAS AT 65c. YARD. An unusual offering of well-known OSc. spot-proof Imported Dlnck Tnffctn. puaranteed to wear...

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