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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

GREATSHQW Exposition People Are Alive to the Situation. TO BE SETTLED THURSDAY General Loe and Mr. Ellyson to Close. Populnr. President and Mr. Wool Talk— Will Ask No More Money of State. The Committees on Finance of the Benite and Houao hold another Besslon yesterday afternoon, and heard further argument In favor of, tho appropriation of 1200,000 for the Jamestown Exposition, but did not take fmal action. ' Th« matter wont over until 10 o'clock on Thursday next, when General Fitzhugh Lee and Hon. J. Taylor Bllynon will close for the bill, and shortly after that time a favorable report la expected. Th« vpeakors yesterday were: DlrectorOeneral D. Lowenbers, of Norfolk; Messrs. O, D. Bachelor, of Newport Nows; H. L. Page, of Norfolk, and J, L. Patton, president of the Chamber of Commerce and one of the State commisBionerK for tho Bt. LouU Exposition. iThaao gentlemen were presented to the committee by Hon. C. A, Woodard, one of the members from Norfolk city, and they all guvo strong r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

1 The Times-Dispatch. TITO DAILY TlMttS-mSPATCH IS 80UB AT TWO CENTS -A COFST. TKI3 SUNDAY TIMi;S-DIKa»ATCH IS BOI.T) AT KIVK CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIMKS-DISPATCH IJV MAIL. # A TKAII: WC A MONTH.; SUNDAY TIM^S-DISPATCIt BY MAIL. *2 A YEAR, TIIR DAILY TIMKS -IMS PATCH. INCLUDING SUNDAY, MY CAItnrBR, 15C. PER WEEK. TUB SUNDAY TIMHS-DISPATCH, BY CARRIER. 50. PKU AV'KKK. WKEKIA' TIMES-DISPATCH, }1 YEAR ALL ITOSIONKD COXtMUNICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED. nEJBCTBD COMMUNICATIONS WILL i NOT HR HKTT'I?NT;|i UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY STAMPS. • £ - SATITRP'A-V*, JANURAY SI, 1303. *UDGE PRYORANDTHE MONROE DOCTRINE. Judge Hojrcr A. Fryor, of New Tor!<, has written for tho New York Sun an In- ■ tercstlng article on tho Monroo Doctrine. In which ho reproduces the several <l?clfirntlons on that subject that wero mado ! by Presidents of tho United States, concluding with tho famous pronouncement of Prosldent Monroe, ns follows: "With the existing colonies iuid dependencies of any Europe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

ONE GENT A WORD, MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash liiAdvanoe HELP WANTED— MAIE. PRINTBn WANTED. ADDRESS P. O. Box J2, Fredtorlcksburg, Va. WANTED, BMALL ERRAND BOY. APpty W. IS. DREW & CO,, 718 18, Main. WANTED, A FIRST CLASS (MAN} OOOK. BANNISTER HOUSIfI, No. lo Governor Btreet, Wanted, a/ competent, industrlous unmarried drug CLERIC; unregistered preferred. Address 11., care thla office. WANTHJD-LEARN PROOFREADING; sits secured, «C to J2B weekly. HOME COBHESPON'D.BN-CB SCHOOL. Philadelphia. .WA-NTBD, YOUNG MAN (WHITE). AP- ' ply NATIONAL WINDOW CLEANING 60., 20 N. Ninth Btroot. WANTED, YOUNG MAN FOR HAT •toro, RICHMOND HAT CO., 1827 East Main Street. .WANTED, LOCOMOCTVIO MACHINISTS for railroad shop; good wages, and full Information by addressing F\ 8. lIOFFMASTER, Capo Chart c«, Va, YOUNG MAN, WHO HAS HAD EXperlenco ort desk, can wrlto and do general work on mvtern afternoon dally; ■enA samples of work, nge and qualification*; good chanco for a hustler. Address QUALIFICA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

• L/iveNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns ot Virginia PRIZE FIGHT BROKEN UP Police Little Knew of Their Successful WorK. AUDIENCE WAITED IN VAIN Five Negro Sports from Bloodfield Are Rounded Up and Landed in Police Station and There Was NoShow at the Appointed Place. (Special to Th« Ttaes-DliDßtch. ) NiawPORT NEWS, VA.. January 30.- ! The police Inadvertently broko up a prize fljSTht which was to have been pulled off In Roekotts enj-ly this mornlag, by arttmtiTig the men who were to have been the principals la the bout. All of tho sporting men in tha city had gathered In the hall above a. Roofcetts Saloon, in .■which tha affair was to have occurred, and deep was their disappointment when ths men foiled to put in tholr .appearAni». and tho cause was ascertained. I^aat nl«ht Chief of Police Johnson ana Detective Sergeant Reynolds decided to make a trip through Rocketta uid pickup a. lot of thieves, "crap shooters.' 1 etc., Who ■were known to hane about tho allalgUt saloon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

1 EhT ii I'fijni QREENSBQRO NEWS Ffne Quality of Iron Ore Comes from Wilson's Mill Mine. (Special to Tlio 71raci-Dlnpß.tch.) GREEN SBOIIO, N. C, January 30.— Mr. Irvin Donnclt, living a few miles «ast of the city, 1 has ore oa hia lnnds. he brought a sample of It to llr. Isaac Prosser, manager <rt the Empire Steol and Iron Company, In this place. " Mr. 'Prosser says it is , iron ore, bat ifl so fmpregnated with titanium that It cannot be worked. Ho Is having it analyzed, however, to be auro about It . The oro coming from AVilson's Mlll,howover, is very fine, and tho Empire people are delighted. Not a traco of titanium la found In it, something rather strange. It In also turning out finely, taxing the furnace to handle It, The output was expected to be about fifty tons of iron a day, but It is making eighty right nlonff. During tho ChrlstmM holidays Jim Graves wns knocked down and robbed of a. dollar by Gcorgq Johnnon and a. man named Will Thomas. All nre colored. Johnson ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

ia havo too much of n vory thing — a niorino underwear, '. arid fanoy, iliiii's one of tlio fitting mid most carefully knit ;s wo know, all soil tho same lliin« a^ain season at the regular prices, and $1.50. rbaps you'd rather pay loss idium and heavy woights : 3 sizes 3-1 to 44, drawers sizes 45. cents a garment. THE REPUBLICANS DO NOT APPROVE Former Assistant U. S. District Attorney Allan on the Course of Roosevelt. Former Asslstivnt United Slates District Attorney Edgar Allan thinks the Bourse of President Roosevelt in regard to tho nogroe3 will materially weaken his chances of securing a second term. In discussing the matter yesterday he ,«aid: "I do not fear the socWil equality nightmars as some of tho editors seem to fear it, but I know that, irrespective of party, the white people of the South are Badly disappointed and distressed at the course of President Koosorelt in regard to the administration's policy In this part of the country. "There may be a few Republicans who do n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

Yout* money back iff you are not satisfied flr^?rySHn?i tJPP ,°«S B thot ? oompouj: with a capital of 1800,000.00, pntd In full, nnfl tho ft out to th£to tto? I yCarS 00 ° Alnup '! u ou o«os8. would mako Mich an oßor and not oarry denj? lK ß^s^l? W ?u"M* " ° ffer "W° dW ° Ot haV ° thß Utmoßt °° nfl ' di«si B f, KNOW ,7°i c ,? n P ' OBSO you . » n(l ,f avo y? u money, for HAYNBR WIUSKEY foos Stcctfrom our rtistlilory to you. with nil Iw orlßlnal richness and flavor, cnrryinir oUNITBD STATKS KEOISTKKKb DISI'I&LER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AOE aid ; SBVInS you tho big profits of tho donloru. That's why it's best for medicinal purpose*. That's why mill.r.^e ff S rr c O uSrs Ml fflW/ WSffl^? JP* l^ OTW * quMtor of • Direct from our distillery to YOU Saves Dealers' Profits! Pnvinti Adulteration! * ! PURE SEVERI-YEAR-OLBB RYK£ 4 FULL $Q^o EXPRESS ©U^BSTS W " PBEPfIP r Wo will send you FOUR FULTi QUARTS of HAYNER'S SEVEN-YEAR-OLD KYE for 13.20, and we will pay tho nxt)res3 chari...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

IE MARKET WAS DULL Kctionary Tendency in Later Dealings. MONSY WAS MUCH EASIER Element Tried to Make Capital Out of Sct-Bnck to Venezuelan Negotiations, but They Were Unsuccessful. (By Associated Prr.s.) NEAV YORK. Jan. 80.— After ruling dull and somewhat irregular iluiind J ■•'' ] ratw part of the day Hie nt.uk marKel It-he later trading developed- » Pronounced roactlo»nery tendency, rhero wus no special feature of Interest In tho early deaJlngs. Tho professional ckinont men and^om» r rnodcratoly sharp advances In a tev.- specialties tended to offset I" 0 effect of thn traders selling. Liberal offerings by the banks carried the cash rate to the "lowest level in srnne time. .. According to trustworthy reports rally taHOjO.o.O w.'vk loaned at "'2 per cent., aji.i porhaps hnlf \\v.\t smm at 3 per cent. It was stated that tho greater part of this money wna put out by tlte Pennsylvania Hallway Company, which recently made a large and advantageous loan In this rnarkeu This, however, wns ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

READY-TO-EAT f _ THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD We eat to live, to strengthen muscle, brain and nerves. Food properly cooked, cleanly prepared, of wholesome ingredients aids this. Dr. Price's Tryablta Wheat Flake Celery Cereal is a scientifically prepared food product, conducive to muscle, brain and nerve power. EXPERT UNION LABOR ONLY EMPLOYED. »•••""» PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO.. Bailie Creek. Rich. MARTHA TAYLOR GIVEN ONE YEAR Police Court Docket was an Unimportant Affair Yesterday Morning. The dookei In the Police Court yesterday was a sorry one. There was not a case worth ten minutes of time in the disposal thereof, and not a single case of importance enough to be rent on to tha grand Jury. Martha A. Taylor (colored) was disorderly on the street and when Dot«otive Hall started to arrest her Ike Smith got in the game and put up an Interference. It co.-t each of them $10. and Martha, went down for twelve mtntha, while Ik 6 got it for six. Charles Branch (colored) wia drunk. He wi'nt ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 January 1903

, jMiller'© Rhoads (New Hosiery for Women and Children ■ fulness is the watchword in buying goods for any depart* the store, and nowhere is it more emphasised (ban in (he Department . noi a question with us whether a pair of stockings will pass i the cursory examination of the woman that purchases them at our I counters. l»nt the question is. Are they absolutely first-class goods .•when they come into the store? If close, careful scrutiny by an expert will secure us perfect goods, then our Hosiery stock to-day is as perfect as we can Make it with ihe knowledge at hand. Prices come next, and we believe ours to be as low as you'd reasonably expect for the values given! 112 I "2c. Children's Heavy School llnso, double heels, toes and soles. Very good values. "The. Hercules. 1 ' best qunlity and positively the best School Hose, in both boys' nnd girls'. All sizes. Two special 'weights — one for boys nnd another for girls — very fine rib nnd nlso elastic, fast, color' and double heck and...

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

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

• * ■■ * \_jgj_ggffv oS v^^& m WHOLE NU M BER, 16;155. THE DAY'S. SUMMARY. THE WEATHER.- : ' ,' t^ASHINGTON, Jan. 81. Forecast: _ Virginia— Fair , Sunday .ond Monday 1 Usht to frwh nouthwest.tr south winds. North Carolina— Fair' Sunday and Monflay; llEht to fresh Gouihwest ' to south iwlnflß. " Yesterday's 'temperature was exceedingly pleasant, Tho mercury wan about rtationary, never going nbo've fifty, ' ln> fltoatlons {or to-day favbrablo with tho Korc'ury probably'sllglitly lucher. BTATB OF THERMOMETER. , P A. M. 25 12 M ' -15 t P. M 4i t 1». M =0 \ J>. M 45 12 mldnifiht Averts 4t 6-6 HJrhMt t-mpfiraturc — i V. M <S Zvowcst temr«:'aiuro — £ a. M " ilean temperature iO Isoi-mal tejnr'sratiir 5 - for January 10 Departure from' normal temperature. 01 EreolpltaUon dunne past SI hours.... to MINTIATUKE ALSIANAC. ' Feb. :, 1003. Uttn rises 7:16 \ HIG-H-Tli-E. -Bun sots 5:22 f Morn.ng 7:07 lloon b«U O:J3 t Bvenli.g 7:12 Tcb. 3. 1003. Pun rite...

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

#.(00 The twiottider Of Great Britain's claim* A#aln«t Venezuela La not knorm Whiut they ro»y bo li proniotlcft.l. II must b« roa«m bored thnt schooners trotif ti« Britten" Island of Trlnlflad havo Iwrt M«titlng th* Miton revolutionists. Hi well X tmufnrUng, anJ that thos* waaols have 3e«n rightfully seised by VetiMueln. 3ftnl Britain waa sure beforehand that io tribunal trouM roeogn.'zft certain of ier fllnlms, and tli««»for« she wanted la Eoro* Immediate wi>.'.t>i>t. , "Germany, for tho tasr.t ros-son. dr*e not desira tii.it lite Dliooutci-Ocßsolshaft Vwn errniii.nl bocc-me' known w tha Grum TECtf 'DOtiUXKS A OHTCTCEN. "T'le ItaJlariß have no Industrial enterIbises la Venezuela. Italian* h»ro are mostly n.RT!cultural laborers and peddlers: theeft undoubtedly hmre Miffered, but th«y claim $10 for tha loss of n chicken, and JIOO Cor the theft of a donkey. It can ba seen why Italy does not •wish tn have her claims cKncusjed by- a tribunal a.nd prefers...

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

WONT GO 'Don't Caro to Mix With Black-and-Tan at White House. WANY LETTERS POUR IN Members of Congress Deluged With Communications Denouncing Roosevelt for Inviting Negroes to tho White Houso Receptions. Want the Mirrors from Montlcqllo— Gossip. j (Siicrlnl to Tlio Tlmc«-Dl«pnlcli.) WASHINGTON, 13. 0., Jan. 81.—Not.•wlthstandlng tlio great row that lulh buon kicked lip over tho appearance) of BOVer'U negroes at tho reception to the Judiciary «it the- Whlto 1 1 on. -jo last week, there Is •in ImmcnßO demand for extra Invitations to tho reception to the Sunato and Iho House of Representatives, which taken ploca on Thursday night, February sth. liver ijliico tho accounts began to appear In the papers describing the reception to Uio Judiciary and the presence I then; of negroes, Senators nnd CongressiJncn from all over tho South liavo beon 'deluged with letters and telegrams from constituents, criticising Lnoso Southerners who wero there and mn-klng jnoßt plain their opinion of thoso wi...

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

*frI»M,H-i.M..|.r.i..H«4HH^»»-H-M* I Special Sale Spring Mattings, JULIUS SYCLE & SONS. 1 Keep in Mind Ihe Credit Advantage- :: More than 45,000 endorse the liberality and I broadness of Sycle's credit plan. I Special Sale Hamburgs, Swiss Cambric and Nainsook. i' New Spring- Novelties in Dress Goods are now ready for £ your inspection. This is money-saving time in earnest. The ; Semi-annual Odd and End Sale In ; OLOMS, SUITS, AND FURS '". commences to-morrow morning promptly at opening hour — I 8:30. It is higliy desirable to come early, as in some instances v the lots are limited to comparatively small quantities. Coats •• "of all sorts are included. Almost every style of Suit and Skirt '! we displayed this season is represented. The reductions aye- ;; rage more than a third ; in some instances they are., more than •• half. *"* w Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, Oil-Cloths and Window Shades '.'. to be sold at great reductions. £1 * 1 in ; 1 n t i-i m-h-m-* CARVED MR. BACHRACH T...

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

HEAVY WEEK FOR SOLONS Important Bills to Bo Given Consideration. TONNAGE TAX MEASURE It Will Bring tho Mining People Hero En Maaae— Much Interoat in Reapportionment — Child Labor and Jamestown Exposition Bills. -«H alnce the Legislature met here last fu.ll to adjust the statutes la conformity ■with the new Constitution has there been euch a busy -woek for the lawmakers as the one just now ahead, nor was the work mapped out for the body ever bo Important. This la true of the two houses proper, as woll aa of the various committees of each. The House will dispose of the. bill fixing the salarioti of State officers to-r.\orrow, end wMI at onco tako up the consideration of the omnibus revenue bill, which being upon the calendar as a special and continuing order, will consume the remainder of tho week. Many of tho provisions of the measure will too earnestly •pposed on the floor, and a number of amendments ara In prospect looking to reductions hero and thore. Tho bill -Will not be dispose...

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

I THE NEWS OF NORTH CAROLINA^ CAUGHT Posse Succeed In Capturing Slayer of Miss Pressley. /RIAL OF YOUNG BISHOP Able Counsel Retained to Represent Him— Millionaire Evangelist Holding Meeting In Charlotte— Big Cotton Mill to be Erected. (Special to Tin Times-Dispatch.) CHARLOTTE, N. C, Jan, a.— Ell Rogers,- the young white man, who killed Mlbs Presslcy and tho negro Boy Will SUchardson, hi Union county, ilondu-y tost, has been arrested and Is now In Jail In Monroe. Since the double killing, Rogers has been in hiding, spending most *t tho time In tho swamps of Union county. A posse of fifty men went In search Bt Rogers early Tuesday morning. He waa located in a swamp, bordering a creek. Ho was asked to come out and eurrendor, but replied that ho would dio flrst Later in the day he vras taken unawares. At tho time he was lying by o. flro sound asleep. ■ In one hand waa b. double-barrel shot-gun and in the other n. Colt's revolver. Rogers admitted tho double crime and Ms excuses woro tha...

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

THE TREATY ON CANAL was Subject of Important Conference at White House. HASTEN CONSIDERATION President Anxious That Troaty Be Ratified at Earliest Possible Moment. Advices Received by Executive) Aro Not at All Reassuring, (Bj AJlOclltad I'rmu.) "WASHINGTON, January n.— An Important confer cnco waa held at the White Hoiurt to-day, the parUcipatfl belnr the President, Secretary Hay and Btinator Cullom, chairman of the For•lgu Relations Uomiii.ua of the Senate. The subject unddr dlaoustilon was tho fttatua of tho Panama canal treaty. The situation with regard to the treaty us It haa developed In the Senate is r*lv ng the administration and. Its aupportam exuve concern. The President la exceedingly anxli.73.ri that the treaty, should be ratified at tho ourllont poßßlbte ntomont, yot th.» Indlcatlona now aro that seiloua obstruction may be placed In the way of ratification. HASTIjM CONSIDERATION. The conference held to-day was with a view of a-soertaJning-, If possible, what could be &am...

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

FINANCIAL CONDITION B Manchester Is the Best for Many Years. STREET APPROPRIATIONS Budget About Ready for Council — No More Policemen for Manchester. Big Street Improvements. Church Notices. The Times-Dispatch Bureau, 1 No. 1102 Hull Street. j BUDGET FOR 1903. Total esttmnted ossots $52,7C8 > Stpcommended Approprlatloni by £. Finance Committee 45.950 Balance $3,783 APPROPRIATIONS. Ptreets $7,000 Polico 2.SSO Outdoor poor GOO Hustings Court - 2,000 Health 1.700 Cemeteries l,~fl Btntion-houso , 175 Jail 260 City Hall repairs 350 Special accountant 200 Special police fund ,->, to XJ«ht for offlbes 3£o Special for Hustings Court 200 Special for station-house 10 Special tor Jai\ , 60 Jfire Department (Increase) 100 Almshouse, no Increase. Elections, no Increase. Free* Bridge, cut out. Fire brigade, cut out. Special police, cut out City Auditor's salary Increased from „ |60 to J75. tittle time was lost by tho Finance Committee last night In figuring out tho '. SMcts ...

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

ACAT>raMTr OF MTTSrC— "A Nlrht at the Circus," Wednesday, matinee and Bight BIJOU— BIJou Musical Comody Company In "A Teacas Sitter." overr night, wltli the usual matlnsed. Amy Lee, tho dainty and charming eomtdlenne, who heads the list of comedy stars In tho coming production of "A Night at tho Circus,", which will bo made at tho Academy on Wednesday, matinee and nleht, will Introduce tho latest Now York success— "The Girl With the Baby Staro," John J. Mageo and JajnM J. Donnelley, for years mombors of the Hoyt farcco. will glvo a. screamingly funny Hpoclbilty, entitled "Thoso Thlnsa Cannot 130 EaplaJned." The plot of tho comedy is laid about the queen ot tho arena. Electro, who la In difficulties with lior munnper, Slgnor Bonanza, of tho Imperla.l Clrcua. Complications arise from Electra'a dl»gulao as her twin sister, uearohlng for a place a» governess. There is a mys;erlous noto signed "Blrdlo," which falla Into bo many hands that It seems Impossible thru tho tanglo ca...

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