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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 4 March 1903

House Cledwning Time iniie for bhgut, new lUiiuture. "Ihe rose is fairest when 'ti\ bu-Jding new/ ....?* Why wouldn't Scott's words apply to our store. Every freight brings us something new-joine branch new style _f furniture, Ihe stock ts now budding new. Before spring arrives ?twill be losing some qf its beauty.' Handsome. durable furniture for every room in the house?superior in point of quality in both material and work man ship, beauty, style ariSlow price always. Ihe longer you wait the poorer your choice? See our beautiful line of GO-CARTS and CARRIAGES Ryan, Smith & Talman, Furniture, Floor Coverings, Stoves, &c. 609 East Broad Street. ? ? Richmond, Va. CHARGED WITH 0BSTRUCT1G ALLEY Case Before Justlce John Held' Over for Report from the . * Street Commlttee. I?everal promlnent flrms and corpore. tlons woro before Justlce John yoster? day morning to answer the charge of obstrucllng tho alley In the block bound ?d by Elghth and Nlnth and Main and Cary Streels. The con...

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. — 4 March 1903

LIQUIDATJON WAS ACTIVE i Prices at One Tlme Were Off Several Polnts. MARKET WAS FEVERISH, Ono or Two Rallies Were Ovorcome by Downward Tendency, When Thore was n Flnal Recovery-Even Thls Wns Not Held. (Dr AsNoiMnted Prf??.> NEW YOKk, March 3,-AcUvo 1 qtt da tlon set ln ln tho Ktook market to-Ua>, resultlng In prico losses nt ono ilme,,. from 1# polnts from tho prlnclpal ncUVe itocks. Tliero woro ono or two aborilvo ralllos on occaslonal pront-taKlng ny bears, but thoy woro not woll held and Iho lowest prices of the clay wero toucli kd during tbo HnM hour. Thero was a rery substantlal rally then, roachlng from l?2 points for mnny markot leaders, duo io tho general coverlng ot shorts to take profits on tho day's decllne, but the mar? kot beenmo unsettled agaln nnd closed Tho praetlcal abandonment of tho Al ll-Ich flnnncinl blll nffecled sentlment even it'tho openlng, but vlgorous supportlng Srders wero dlstrlbutcd in the markot, Ind tho decllne wns cffoctually cheoked. fhe vlgor...

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. — 4 March 1903

OHE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHAME 26 Gent?, Oath InAdvene? & ir *?U*?**tfmw*AJUmA)Mm*?KV??M**'' * THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO BHE?TEST RESULTS. ,,.JA*A*AV^ MINIMUM CHAME 26 Cents, CittilnAdfanoe ONE CENT A WORD. EfitP WANTED?HAL?. WANTBD, FIVE EXPERIENCED "WAITERS: Wages, $20 her month, Al>; t'Jy LEXINGTON HOTEL, Newport News, Va. WANTED. ? COMPETENT , MlUr wHehTi one familiar with flour milling nvfHhlnoriyi Addrose,' with references, NORFOLK. FLOUR Co.. Norfolk. Va, WANTED, ? , REGISTERED PHAR; rrtaclB?; single, sober anrl not errala of work. Address R. J. DUDLEY, care Cerner No. f., Richmond, Vn._ WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED LAUN dryman, having two or three hundred dollars, to superintendent the work In a family laundry. Address 8., Box 74, Frederlcksburg, Va. WANTED, ? MAN, WITH FAMILY, ON my farm on James River to work on shares; owner -will furnish teams, etc. T. M- DBITRICK, lorraine, Vft. . WANTED. COT STENOGRAPHER AND typewriter for Renerai orfico work, ...

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. — 4 March 1903

Miller ?) Rhoads. Miller 6 Rhoads. A Little News About Our New Corsets Did you know that French Corset manufacturers havo aotually W compelled by tho demands of English trado to got their patterns from the Unitod States in order to sell their Oorsots in England? ? Amorican patterns and Amorlcan workmonship havo become so perfeofced that even in consorvativo G-roat Britain our American-niade Corsets aro tho loadors. ; This information comes to ns from one of our Oonsuls in England, making his roport to tho Stato Department, at Washington. ,T1jb Corsets wo advertise to-day fairly reprosent the best of the Amorican makos-tho La Premiore-being shown exolusively by us in this citr. The Dowager?made of Enplish Coutil is an especialy suitablo Cor? set for stout figures as its mado ?with an adjustable front wlnoh helps to reduco tbe sizo of one's flguro ; boned with tho best qual? ity platinum steel?$2,50. LA PB.EM1ERE Corset of Engllsh Coutil, BOXiSU WITH REAL ?WI-IALE-BONE. Hablt hlp, wit...

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. — 5 March 1903

M {WnbhE^NVMBER, 16,181, lUClIMOND, VA., THUKSPAY, MARCH 5, \wn PRICE TWO CENTS. THE TIMEM, FOUNl'ED T?E DISPATOIl. FOUNDED SUMlflARY OJPJJAY'S NEWS. tHE WEATHER. TMBHINOTON, ?faroh t.-Forccuat: Vlrglnla nnd North Cnrollna-Rn.n Thursday, Frlday fair: jtoMJ vnrlablo wlnds. Continued dollgbi.ful Lonipr>rrtt,,r? inaclo ve<aerdfiV ono of ho most plert _??Vi?{}s5 ofXf?eyaflon. T-hc nntlclimled rn.lni al ?d to matorlnllze, but a?rtownffllU?..Prf CjW to-day, followed by fair wctilh^ to-i.ioi row, STATE OF .THE THERMOMETER. j,A-M- ???????.::::::::m ? lrP%: ?:::::::::::::::::::::::""?.?g 0 P. M.' oi !i P. M.'/ji ii iniiinigitt.?..???????,:!..? Averago.?,.?;??.?.?:.:.?2 ^ 'Highest temper.atiiro/yftslerday.^ Lowest, tciiiporal.ui'0 J'eWPrflay.JJ Menn tempernlure yesterday....? Normal tompernturo for Mnrch...... i* DepartureKrom normal l?n>P??l"reV J Preelpltatlon durlng'pnsl 21 houis....W M1NIATURE ADM/\VAC. Maroh 5, 1903. Sun rlscs.6:37 I HIG1I TIDE. Sun sets. G:W Morn ng.9.0. Moon s...

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. — 5 March 1903

? f?6mewlint debonalr old gentleman, whoso ? jflgiiro In the national House of Ttopre fientatlvoM hns boon a promlnent one for mnny years. A tiny uprny of lllles of the. valley nfid two or threo vlolet. were on hls lflpelfcntid a pmllo pln.ved ov.r hls face, but ns ho proeoedod the snille dis n.ppeared. ;. Thoro "waa nepubllcan applanse nftor tiehrlv everv sentence. At ilrst lho Demo dfftt. sat ln utter silence. Then 1 saw two or thrtio liemoerats, Includlng Cap? taln l_*rnb, applaud n patrlollc utternnce. Flnally, Gerternl Henderson bxclalmod. "Oo on with your rough and tumiiie fighting on thls fioor. bnt I Ri'&y you alwnvs Iteep your cyos on that flag up yondor, nnd be wllllng lo glve ?P y?trt llfe to defend It," Then It was that nearly every Demo? crat on tlio floor Jnlnod ln tho storm of applause, whlch was maintalned for a conslderable tltno. A fow words more, nnd Geiiernl Hen? derson oOncludtid by rapplng onco with hls g.ivol and deelaring the Mlfty-soventh Congress adjour...

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. — 5 March 1903

vOnCUS OlOiU Merchandise from evorywhero, Quick sales and sniall profits, no matter how cheap the goods wero bought, Many goods will be sold tipon the hotir to-day, as for instance: From 9 to 10 o'CIock. f 1.25 Kid Gloves for 60c. Shirlhig Madrhs for fi 8-4c. 4-4 Froiich Porcales for 5 l~2c. From 10 to II o'CIock. 23c Uublcaclied Slicoliug for 15c. 75c Men's Camel's Hair Under woat' for 25c, Worsted Grdnadines for 12 l-2c, etc, From II to 12 o'CIock. Boys' $3.00 Norfolk Suits, new Bpring styles, for $1.48. 375 yards White Butchor Linens for 10c. White Opon Striped India Lawn for 5c. ? : From 12 to I o'Ctock. All-Wool Colored Oheviots, 59c grado for 29c, Boys' 35c Pants for 17c. 35o Mon's Half Hoso, seconds, for 121.5.0, From l to 2 o'Clock. Printed Tablo Covors, 25c ones, for 10c. Black Hom.spun for skirts, 89c quality, for 21c. Ladios' Puro LSnon Hemstitchcd Haudkorcliiofs for 8c. j From 2 to 3 o'Clock. $1.25 Ladies' Cambric Gowns for 76c. Doublo Damask, $1.25 tablo liuoii, for 75c...

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. — 5 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch. Publlahad Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Venth etreet, RIohmond, Va. Bntered January &?> 1003, at Rleh? mond, Va? aa Sacond-Class Matter, under Aot of Con groso of March 3, 187-. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH la aold at 2 camtsn oopy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls aold at B cents a copy, DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.60 for alx months, $1.60 for three monthB. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln eludlno Sunday, by Carrler, 15 centa per week. Tne SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 6 centa per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unslpned Communlcatlons wlll be rejectod, Rejoeted Communlcatlons wlll not bo returned unloGs accompanlod by stampo. Uptown Offlce at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 510 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1003. A POST MORTEM. Our Washington correspondent in dls cusslng the defeat of the Aldrich bilf says that aside from all questlons as to the merits of the measure...

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

WAS NOT REACHED i***r L /The Campbell Matter Goes ?ver Tlll To-Day, COMMlTTEEiHEN ABSENT Report- ara Surely to Bo Mado Thls Week?Senator Claytor'a Blll fte ported?-Flno Work of Colonel "NewhoUBo's Commltteo. The Houae Committoo for Courts of ,-uatlco held a meetlng yestorday afler tioon, but owlrtg to tho sllm attendance pf mombora dl'd not tako up tho Camp? boll caso. Only, olght mombors ivoro preaent, tho absontoes htwltfg ^oon Messrs. Southall (chalrman), Davls, Duko, Lion, and Sobrell, Mr. Southall (s detalncd ln Amolla by tho Indlsposl llon of hls mother, and Mr. TJavis is In ? Now York on important business. Ho wlrcd Mr, Cardwoll that ho could not possibly roach tho clty boforo to-day. Mr. _,lon has boen at hls home, ln Prlnco AVIlllam, for soveral daya, and Mr. Duko Ih Jn Charlottesvllle attending to ^somo lmpotant law mattorB. Mr. Bebroll 13 engaged wlth hls law partnor, Colonel Cabell, In'The trial of an Important crimlnal caso ln DanvilIo,,and wlll be unabo to return hero ...

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. — 5 March 1903

LiveNews andFresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginla THE FASSING OFBOWDEN porecastsof Thls Charaeter Have Not Materiallzed. HIS INFLUENCE IS STRONG' Those Whom He Favored Almost Wlth out Exceptlon Have Recelved the Plums Handed Out by tho ^ederal Government, (Speclal to The Tlmes Dlspntch.) , NORFOLK, VA? March 4.-Ono ot tho newspapers which publlshed (ho artlclo tindor the headlino, "Tho Passlng of Bow den," needs to rocall its prophocy, Tho prognostlcatlon that the power and in? fluence of Colonol Bowden In tho Repub? lican affairs of Vlrglnla wero pnsslng or wanlng, seoms not to bo fulfllled. Quite tho'contrary; all of tho porsons ho recom? rnended and ngroed to aro ln olilco, and those ho objocted to aro not ln. It ls truo be wns supposed to havo been ln fa? vor of R. T. Thorp as distrlct ntto'rney, < whoreas Judge' Lowls hns tne plnco. But lt wlll be roinemberod that General Allan. who opposed Colonel Bowden, and who had ,the placo ond wlshed lo koop lt, ls nol ln ...

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. — 5 March 1903

t_5 AMUSICAL FESTIVAL Meeflhg of State Muslcal As? soclatlon ln Greensboro. ORCHESTRA FROM BOSTON Elaborate Arrangements are Planned to Mako the Occasion Most Notable ln the Muslcal Hlstory of the City and State. (Speclal to Tb* Tlmea-Mapatoli.) ORBraN?BORO, N. C, March 4.?The meotlng of the State Muslcal Assocla? tlon, whloh wan to have boon hold' In Oreensboro, boglnnlng Easter Monday, havo beon changed to Aprlll 30th, May Ed and 3d. Professor ' Clarenee R. Brown, of tho Eflsoclation and of tho faculty. of iho Btato Normal and Induatrlcal College concolved tho ldea of a grand muslcal feBtkval on that occasion, and in con Junotlon wlth Manager Schloss, of the Grand Opera Houso, havo Blgned a con traot wlth the Boston Festlval Orchestra, composod of flfty flrst-class artlstH, to glve tWo concert- hero on that occa ?l0n- ' n '.'_ Tho guarantoo for thla featuro of the Xosllval alone, was $1,000. Encrgotio prepnratlons nre boglnnlng to mako tho conventlon and festlval a groat occaalon....

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. — 5 March 1903

Theyigorotis Language of Dr. Hatcher Offonds Them. RELIGOUS HERALD TALKS Tells lhat tho Despernte Condltion of tho School nt Bristol Has Mnde It Necessary to Use Somo Very Plnin Talk. Several well known Bapttst* pnstorfl ln the State hnvo cxpresscd great dl? ploasuro nt Iho langtingc used !>y the Rev. Dr. AV. E. liatchbr and .others in tho Rellglous Herald crlUclslrig them ror tholr fnilurn to respond to tho npppa1-_d1 tho Virginla Instltute nt Bristol, now on the yergo ot a, collapse. In tho prosecutlon of hls work for rc lloring Bristol, Dr. Hatcher lias had freo use of tho columns of tho Herald, Iho denomlnatlonal organ, nnd from tlmo to tlmo ho hns givon a budget of iiew.1 concurrlng the progress of lifs labors. Along wlth theso balch'es of nows carno at odd tlmes appeals to the brethren'; As tho tlmo llmlt set by tho credltors drow nearer and noarer, nnd tho cqndltlqlia of Bristol bocamo moro nnd moro des porato tho appeals grow correspondlngly more strcnuous. Wlth hls usual...

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. — 5 March 1903

_\irO________,'__|__ MDjblPl AVe getoble P.eparaUon forAs similallng HieFood amlRcgula Ung the 3lDinadis-andB(Wcls of INfANis/Hhiidki N Promotes Digcstion,Che.i tul ness andTtest.Contains neillier Opium.Moi-plune iiorMueraL tfoX^ARCOTIC, /iKtpt ofoua-SAMua nrciun l\tmfJan S&t*$ Mx.Smna * llotktlLUtt Anw!$e*tl * /ifiMtfinkJUkra WnMtM-* Miiiymnrlin?i Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa rion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Fcverislv ness ond LOS9 OfSleep. PacSimllo St'gnalure of , NEW VOT.K. EXACT COPY QF WRARRER For Infantg and Chlldren. The Kind You Have Aiways Bought Thlrty T In Use Over Years th*oittriuR ?ommnt, ni*voaa otrv. TOLE AND MORRIS SENT TO JURY Chargea With ; Steallng from 'i Shipyard?James Davls Held for Developments, Three members of tho Parlter famlly, all colored, wero before Justlce John yester? day mornlng on tho charge of trespassing on the promlses of Annlo Brown and threatenlng to kill her. The three ParJters declared they dldn't know nothlng erbout hlt, ...

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. — 5 March 1903

THE MARKET IS QU1ETER With Recuperatlon the Banks Stopped Calllng Loans. THE BEARS TESTED PRICES They Succeedod In pislodglng Little Stock by Offerlng Prlcos Down So Cdvered Tholr Short Contracts. (Hy AMOclat-d ProsiO NEW YORK, Maroh 4.?Tho rollef to tho banklng posltlon affordod hy ycsterdy s &harp llquldatlon in tho Htock miirketiwna manifest in the qulter tono of tho trad? lng to-day. Tho bunks wero npparontl', saUsilod with tho recuperatlon effectod yeaterday, tuid dcslated from tho further calllng of loans. The beara tosted prlcos during the morning, but thoy found tiicy wero dlslodglng llttle stock by pffcrlng down prlcos, and they covcrnd tholr short contracts. Tho result wns to brlng prlcos back to alimit last nlght's closlng level. At that point tradlng enme almost to a utanclstlll. T.ho rclaxation of tlio selllng pressuro oncouraged a resumptlon of operatlons by tho bull pool ln Manhattan, whlch lifted that stock 2% ovor last nlght, and support wns glvon Amalga ?natod ...

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. — 5 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CMARQl 26 Cents, CiihlnAdvtnoi THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TH?T BRINQ QREATEST RESULTS. MINiMUM CHARQE 25 Cents, CashlitAdvanoi ONE CENT A WORD. HEtl* WAWTEB?MAtE. WANTED, FIVE EXPBR1ENCED WA1TERB: w?Jtos. $20 per month. Ap? ply LB3UNOTON HOTEL, Newport Nowb, Vn. , IWANTED, A COMPETBNT MILL ?cvrlght! one fiunllfar with ilour mllllhg majehlnrirfj-t Addrfss, with reffronce., NORFOLJ. FLOUR CO., Nftrfo'-^y*--* SVANTBD, A FIR8T-OLABS BAJ-ER, wllh recor.'.msndfttlons, from, last eni ployer. correspond with ft, N. BRIDO 10RB, Weldon, N. C,_ WANTED. A REOISTERED PILV.R; moolati slngle, aobor and not afrald of work. Address B. J. DirnLfiY, caro Carrlor No, B, Rlfclyiiond. Va. ?WANTBDrA YOUNG MAN. ABOUT 14 or 10 years of ago, for a bundlo wrapper; good pay and stoady omployment to tno right party. Apply CORD.ft, MOSBT & CO._ .? '_ WANTED. TWO CLOTHING SALES mcn. two Furnlahlng Goods Salesmon: must bo thoroughly competent and qualtfled to walt on tho be...

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. — 5 March 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. Our New Parasols Are Here There's a goodly showing of thot? in the eastern show window. You'll want your Parasol early, or at least1 you'll want to make your selection early, in order to get the proper assortment to choose from, as the later you postpone buying the more limited the stock will bo come in variety. Prices from flU.OO for a pretty Hillt silk Parasol, without trimming, up to $15 for ono that embodies everything thft't exquisito in the Parasol line. ? couple of (he intermediate ones .ure an Embroidered Taffeta at $3.98, and a o-How Chiffon at $5.00, in white and Mack. Both have the London Club Stick Handles, with ivory tips. Imported Designs In Art Needlework Found Nowhere But in Our Store "Would you like to see the dain? tiest specimens of Art Needlework in America? "We have them in our Art De? partment, and shown for the first time in this country. ??-danger Work (Danish)?Cen? tre Pieces and Tablo Covers of Scrim and partially worked in...

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. — 6 March 1903

y li^ptitrl) rmT^^r^M^A^^OLE NUMBER, 16082. RICHMOND, VA., ITUDAY, MAUCH (3, 1008. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OFJMY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASlllNG't'ON. Mnrch n.-forccnst: .yii'Bliila-Fitlr nnd nol. eo wartn Frldny; Saturdny falr; light lo fresh west wltuV. North Carolhia-ClenrliiK Friday, uotiler lu'norlhe-Bl porllon; HulUtday fulri frcifli west to nortliwcot wlnds. Altnosl summer liont iharked yesler dnv'D weather. allhough Hic l.ompcr.ituro won nover opprcsslve. Tho prophecy for lo-day 18 Bl|glUIy oooler weather. STA.TI3 OP TH.5 THF-RMOMETER. ? a. iii.??.;;; Jt ?r?\\.:::::;::.".';'.f.^!'.i'..;*">.f? a i * i*l.*.' * t\c, ii p.-.m.?.g H,I\ M.'.Li 1. mldnlBlit .'. _ Avorago .?_____'". Hlghest lempcratnro yosterday.1? l.r.west temperature yosteruaj........ ji Mcnn teniperstuve ycHterflii*.....,!._"? Normal Icnip'.'Wttiirc ror Marah..4* Uepartui'fl from norninl fempomtur.ev w Prcclpltatlon durlngpiist ^1 hours.... i iiiNiATtinis aIjManac. March 6. 1003. Bun rlnos.... ??:?0 I HIG1I TID...

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. — 6 March 1903

ttn'Ohftngo or ohadow of turnlng iti I ls rourse na regnrds lhe negro nnd tho Houlh. Ho wlll forco to Iho utmost the flght: to put the negro upon Soutli rm-people. Tlie fight may now bo snlp , lo U on In the Bohn.te. Tho Domo er_l_ wlll bo unnnlmoits ngnlnst tno confirmaUon of tho negro. H ls well knnwn thnt there nre somo Jlchilbtlrnns who wlll nld thom. Thore nr* others who may bo persunded not lo voto on the ronflrmntlon. Theso nro hopes Upon whlch the Democrats nre bulldlng/ :?'>,'?. ,, Senator Tlllman tnlked to-nlght ns lf tho flght over the conflrmntlon ot ? Crum'e appolntment mlght delay tho end of the extra session far beyond what the publlo antleipalcd. A hnlf-dor.cn or moro Republican Senators hnvo told hlm the posltion ho hns taken Is abso lutely correct. Me thlnlcs, however. thnt the pressitrn hrough't to bear from tho Whlto Houso mnv force them to vote agalnst hlm. There ls Just a. chanco that Mr. Roosovelt mnV not Inslst upon tho con Rrmatlon. 11a told a caller to-d...

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. — 6 March 1903

TRIBUTE TO AV1RG1N1AN Waco, Texas. People Hate to Oive Dr. Page up. , HAS WON THEIR HEARTS During Mlnl9lry of Thlrteon Years He Has Endeared Hlmself to Members Of Every Falth and lo Those Who 1 Profess None, The Trlbuno, of Waco, Tnxas, ot Fob? ruary Zlst has a long artlclo about a Vlrglnlnn?a member of the Pago famlly? tin Eplscopal olergyman, who in hla mlll Istry of thlrteoii years In thnt clty has won tho lovo and eatcem of all rnen. lt Pvov. Dr. Frank Prtgo, for flftcon con .ecutlvo yoars rector of St. Paul's Church (Eplscopal) ln Waco. has proaohcd '1lls farewell sormon, sold tho last good-byes and departed to hls now fleld of work In Brooklyn, Now York, as pastor of St, John's Church In that clty or boroutfh, for It Is now a part of Greatcr New York. His famlly had preceded hlm a fow days, They and ho wlll porhaps stop a day or two at tho old bome ln Virginla whllo en route, but wo know lt ls Dr, Pago's deslro to be In tho pulplt of hls now church on Ash Wednesday, whlch fall...

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. — 6 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch. publlahed Dally and WeekJy nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond. Vn. Entered January -?, 1?03, at Rich? mond, Va., as Second*CI?as Matter, under Aet of C6FI nress of March 3, 1879. The ,DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold lt 2 cents a copy. The'SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls told at 6 centa a copy. , DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 10 cents a month, $5,00 a year, $2.50 tor tlx months, '41.50 fer-three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, 12.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln jludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 conts per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Sarrler, 5 .ents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year. All Unslnned Communlcatlons will be rejected. Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not be returned unless accompanled by stamps. Uptown Offlce at T. A. MILLE.R'S, No. $19 East Broad Street, i FRIDAT, MARCH fi, 1903. A WORDOFWARNINCI. The change In our system of luxation has caused more or less unccrtalnty In the matter of tho Sinte's Income, In othor years It was easy...

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