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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

mO*-5lN/IVOIMO, i?^?iiwamjiJB-. ma-ammmm^-wa ~ WASHINOTON. ?eoiplp who buy Piumito'c and Carpets frorn ns are our fast friends Ever After. We treat every-body fairly and liberally. We strive to make each salo briug us another one. OnJyfonc way to do this,-Ugood goods at fair prices. If you once get acquaintied with -our furniture and prices you will never go olsewhero. ?ar.or Siriies. Complete now lino of Pnrlor-Ktiite.s Jn tlie Intcat. designs of franies, both in 3- nnd f'-pieoe siiil.es, !.eoycr.(l in TapeB*lry Silk Dnmnsk rjiisli-.n. y_ ronii'? of every deseription. $- ? mmym *or throe-'pioC'C deli I_!?75 cately capvad frame,, covered Tn silk? dnmask;, cont olse* whoro, $18. ' > -._-v f?r thrce-p'tece Inpes'A-y ,*P/ **5 covered Suiie, ost /___. where, $12.00. ' <? ?/? ?Ti*0* *a,'r?c ?h'O-p'Jw.O *Jy\i\}? ^*J Snite; heavy frntnn, ct'vcred in silk dnma.'.;, tui'tcd back; cent elsewhcrc $35.0<"/. . ... $ rt?n, *?r inagaUlcent fiv? 4^5* P'CCP* Verona covered Suil\'? it. equal...

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. — 8 March 1903

?immKr:,.ir,<t.,_,'::,":;?.?? - ' .'?'?*=g The Times-Dispateh. Publlahed Dnlly and Weekly al No.; 4 North'.Tenth street, Rlehmond, Va. . B'ntered January -f, 1903, ?t Rlch ? mendj va., ~. seeond'Cias Mjit.er, under Aet if .Con Oress ef MAren -( l-i*.' The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ls aold lt 2 cents a copy. The, SUNDAY' TIMES-DISPATCH Is told at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll K> eents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 for ilx months, $1.50 fo. three months. SUNDAY TIME9-DISPATCH by mall, 12,00 a yoar. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln tludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 centa per week. ?'? ?The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per v/e'ek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, .1.00 year. All Unsloned Communloatlons wlll be rejected. Rejected Communloatlons wlll not be returned unless accompanled by stamps. Uptown'Offlce at T. A. MILLER'S, No. "119 East. Broad Street. SUNDAY, MARCH. S, 1003. X STATE FINANCES. Two days ngo wo called' attentlon to ' the Eur-.eet of Stn.tc flnunces and s...

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. — 8 March 1903

s 0 lr!SE -DittWEEKj ACADEMY?Tuesday, Rlchard Mans Jjeii; Wednesday, Lula Glaser, ln Dolly V?rden; Thursday and Friday, Florodora; B.tttrday. matlnee and night, Tho Kour Cohans. I3IJOU?Georgo Sidney, in "Busy Izzy," -fcll week, with usual matlnees. Rlchard Mansfleld Is to be seen at tho Acadony on Tuesday ln hls great revlvnl pf Shatespenrc'H "Jullus Caesar," with all lho pornp and Imperial allurement whlch jias coitrlbuted to mnko lt probably tho wost pralsed drarnntie achlevcment tho jitngc has known. Tho other dny Mr. Mansli-'ld wns askod how long ho had beon freparlng thls production. His eyes twinkt-d. as they have a fashlon of do? lng, lofore he tnnkes ono of his laconlc Btatohenta full of meaning and' he re tiliedj " . "TVenty years." '. lt Jw.-v< almost a shamo to odd any /thln/" to so compact a stiitcmont of Itruu; but posslbly one may be pardoned tlio/ellcctlon that In addltlon to the tech '?rilc/ trainlng. tlio maturlty of power, the '.rlpncd Intelllgenco and scholarsh...

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. — 8 March 1903

NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM FofeElGN C1TIES AND CAP1TALS BRITONS TIRE OF ALLIANCE More Dellglited Than Castro AtSettlementof/Dispute. THE MAKING OF A SAI1MT. England Has Not Mado Any Objo.tlons To the Canonlzatlon ofJoan of Are. Boers Not dubilatit Over Chamberlin. By MAX O'RELL. Speclal Cablo to the Times-Dispatch Copyright 1903. PAKIS, March 7.?It Is salil that Prosl ,flont Cnstro, nf Venezuola, has boen In ti jtibllant state Blncp thu slgnlng of tlhe protocol at Washlngton nnd tho rnlslng of tiiO hlockacte, but I aHsuro you thcu ho Is hardly as jubllant ovor It na Mr. ? John Bull, to whom I hnvo just pald ti Visit. That Anglo-Gortnnn nlllnnco, even tem porary ns It was, never fiattored 01 p letused tho Enjrlisb, wlio till the tlmo felt they wero towed by Germanj* into what threatcnod to be a mess of the llrst order. ? Besldcs, at tlhe bottom, the Bngltan lmte the Gormnns, and wouid very much llke the world to'bellevo thnt thoy lovo the Amerlcans and are loved by them. Ever since the Uni...

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. — 8 March 1903

For tho Woman who Wants to Know. Por Jhe Son ond Daughtor who Need to Know. Por'the Buslness flan Too Bu?ytoKttow. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours Hlstory-n-akiiig Events fn Atl Llnes of ActJrlty, Brlef, Classifled, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Ertcyclopedla. jimerican jiffairs. y f-RESIDBNT'S NEGRO POLICY. In reply to a letter from Clark Howelt, >_Itor of tho Atlanta Constltutlon, Presl Bcnt Roosovolt sald that ho could not treat more eolor ns tt bar to holdlng ?fllco any moro than crood or blrthplaco. Just ns llttlo wouid ho ttoat lt as con forrlng tho right to hold ofllce. Tho prlmo tests whloh l*o had applled wero charac tor, fltness and abllity. Ho sald ho had boon sttrprlsod and palncd at tho Incom prohenBlblo outcry of tho South but that ho wouid not swervo ono halr's bread th from tho eourso he had marked out. Ma nsko d If lt wero not safor to act on tbo motto "All men up," rather thnn "somo men down?" Ho had 'Vicanl sym? pathy with tli? mero doctrln...

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. — 8 March 1903

The Week's Bvents In Social Circles. ?f t fTTTTTTTTTTI I t t , . .. ' "I never saw a eongrcgnllon so ??"?? .emlnlne ns that al St. Pa. * hls after noon," snld n young gcntlemai} "' Bich mond. n few days Blnce. on Isjeturh from Lonton service, "My rriona anu / wero tho only men there, nn. wo fe nlmoat out of placo nnd lsolatcd, as lt ""But why do not the men go to wor shlp ns well ns the wotiion?" Inqulred ho femltilno entlty to whom hls obsorvatlon W?Oh".i~y to too busy maklng money fnr tl'e women. 1. myself. went nt qulto r_n.rince. one that I shall probab y not bo lncllned to repeat," was tho ready aii 8VTho woman had henret onough. She turned to the wlndow nnd to tho pnssors bv. Lcnlcn church dutles were mon tloned no more. bul a train of thoUght had been awnkened whlch kept her n 11 d bu?<-. Wns thls a fresh proof, sho won dored, of tho dlvergence ln the l^paUiJ of tho sexes? Wero tho inslslent eals o work nnd Interest so clenr and loud _. to drown for manly cars lho muslc of...

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. — 8 March 1903

NORFOLK JSOCIETY Refrcshed and Stlmulated by the Season's Pleasures. WAS MOST SUGCESSFUL But it Dld Not Cost so Much That a Year or More of Enforced Re tlrement Musl Now Ne cessarlly Foljow. (Speclal to The^ Tlmos-Dllpateli.) AORPOLK, VA., March 7.-After wlntor season distinguished for Its gay sly and its generally brllllnnt entertaln ments, it is flt that soclety In Norfolk should bo qulet now. Tho enterta^n mcnts of the wlntor dld ndt conslBt of three or f,our erus'hlng and erowded ro ccptlons, glven by rich families In such a style as to ,deter tiioso who wero not bo rloh from entortalnlng at all, but they wero partles, not glven for tho show of wenlth so much as for that re? flned and amiable hospltality >vhlch dis? tinguished the home life of tbe Southern peoplo beforo the war. Such hospltality ls never exhausled, beeause lt nevor makes thoso aupremo efforts of new peo? ple, nor thoso fatal bocIoI mlatakes of those who attempt to balt un wllllng and reluctant socloty Int,o g...

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. — 8 March 1903

VAST PROGRESS MADE BY RAILROADS ( /ondersAccompllshedin le Score Years and Ten, iREATSTRIDESMADE. iparlson Made Between Ihe ,ing tralns oflho Past and the rvelsof the Present. Delnils of Interest. ' (By Geo. S. Crenshaw.) '. corcorn'n Art Gallery at Wash y C., tlierc Is a plcturo ropro T tratiherlng of country folks ln attlre to meet and vlow tho com . flrst train on the lli-st rallroad ln ?k Stnte. Thls picture ls ono of of the r-ollectlon tn that mng . CTllerv of pictures, both as a "art. And as a, subject for klnd Strt ln?s suggestcd. thls artlclo Mw facts toiicernlng the bogin wonderful progress thnt hnd e In rnllroad lmildlng ond oquip ?c Stephenson's locomotlve was ?entv-thrco yeara ngo wll no 'erest mnny. The flrst rallrond a was bullt ln 1S24 near Charles Of thls, llttle Is known. An I bullt ln New Hampshire abottt date to brlng tho stone i.rom ' ries of the White Mountolns, . ereat Baltimore and Ohio was om Baltlmore to Washlngton, e of fortv miles, in 1830. The Fredorlcksb...

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. — 8 March 1903

BEHINDHAND Oround too .ttard Frozen for Grubblng and Plowlng. POTOMAC FISHERMEN. [rs -? . thelr Huge Selnes Were Thrown ln the Rlver on Thursday as the Inlttatory Step to the Spring Work.?*Her rlngs and Rock Caught. (Spiolal to ,1_. IlniM-DHptitch,) COMOHN, VA., Maioh r.-^Tho tlrat ot Flareh, 1003, found leaa lfarm work dono n KJng Goorgo than for man,y yoare-* ha ground having been elther too hard rozon or too wet to admit of grubblng", plowlng or fcnolng, nnd consecjuently the 'anners nro very much bohlnd. hand "with tholr oporittloiis and will bo prc.aqd froim how on. It lias long been a custom with tho farmers hero ,to 'do all- tholr fenclng nd to plow tholr new grounds and sod ltidTti January end tho-flrat half of '"ebruary, but It lo doubtful lf aa muoh s ono acro of corn-l.and had beon plow d ln tlie county up to tho flrst day of ho.presont month, Howovor, oiir people ls a rule aro not pcsslmlstlo beeause of ithls stato of affalr., Talklng on lho sub Iect yesterday ono of the...

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. — 8 March 1903

Blasted Hopes Nothing has blasted rnorc hopes> 1ias wrecked motte lives than dyspepsia, If it were a ? contagious or fatal disease, it.___ wouid do Lcfcs mischief. Those who'are afflictcd suffer iV silence, nof realizing that slowly bfrt surely black despair is encircling thfctn in its grewsome folds. Ambition burns out. almost entlrely, a rrtbmeatary fiickerfaloneishowing what had fcn-mefly been|'a^trong,' healthy light, The very presence of their dearest friends brings pleasure no longer; loathsome mclancholy takes their place. Why ??Udw dyspepsia- to work havoc with you ? The demons of dyspepsia may bc driven away?melancholy ?ana despair dispelled.. ' For thirty years Dr. Dcane tfiade a study of dyspepsia, and lirf'flurty yfcars has cured more cases or it than probably any dthetififty physicians combined. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills are' notlfmagic. but tlie result of long? and careful study of stomach.and intestinal disorders. They relieve immediately and cure permanently. Dr...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

La Modf Paper Patterns. They have'o >i...~.d every town where introduced, and are holding every *-*..on that ever buyj one. They repre. sent all the lates* esof every conceivable government, and the prlce for any is i6c. Sold with a guarantee of perfection. JJi?t cn-Iuusiasm touchcs the interest of every. Sllk wcarer in ?Richmoticl. The Silks are 01 the highest standard, as all of Colien s |(fci"Sal)y are. Stocks of Silks from several manufacttirers and imporler.. pRTNTED FOULARDS AT 35<". YARD. Ahoul P.5 rnrds of hcst Soe. qunl ltics, Ih crc.ini grounds, with vari? ous size polka-dots, 10 dilTcrcnt col? or e~'eel?, P0LKA-D0T LIBERTY SATIN AT 6pc. YARD. Wo seenred 11,0001 ynrds of n fine qitnlitv. Jmported T.iberty SniUi.i, In Kavv, JUnek nnd White grounds, with u.nt (161- nnd sniiill doslghs of white j they nre best $1.00 qitnlitics. BLACK TAFFETAS AT 65c. YARD. An ttnusiinl oiTcring of well-known OSc. spol-proof Iinportcd Blnck Tnf fetn. piifiranteed lo wenr well, bril linnt...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

JSSBBS?^BStB. I Whole.number? 16,184. THE DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1903, PRICE FIVE CENTS, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWTS THE WEATHER. ? WASHINGTON. March T.-Forocaet tor Biinday and ?Monday; ' ? ?Virginia?RflJn ? Sunday. Monday fa)r, celdor'lfi'wetit.port'loiii fresh,?ouili'eual to ?outh winds, becoming wept. ; Worth'Carollna^-Raln.? Sunday and prob tbly on .the coast Monday; ooldor tn west portions Sunday and In the cast portion Monday! fresh south winds. ' becoming WHSt. ? ' ? .Warmer weather marked yosterday, trio tendency, of the mercury/al! day and a ?i.orflon of the night being 'upward.' Rain Is promised for to-day, ana fair and, colder to-morrow. ? STATE :OF Tim? thermometer. ?) ?. M. 45 12 ?.. 47 c p. m. ..............:.?.....?...v......... 49 - p. m..?.;..;.49 ' P. M.? , ? midnight ....;.....M Average .'.. 48 2-3 Highest temperature yesterday. K2 Lowest temperature yesterday.. 22 Mean temperature yesterday...;. 47 Normal'temperatura for March."..'in Departure? from...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

.fMroMs. .Mis? IltiteHlnson lives oh Tuppcr , ^IrWr. nenr Mnin." . "And why .wns the woman" released?' -'superintendent Bu|l wss ?xked. "J wan not ?present when urn woman m?do statements to tho District Attor? ney. 1 liavo been Infornimi, however, that tini woman cotwlnccd her lnterro?ralors ? that bliu cuuld prove nn nllbl by her , mother, her Bister, and Mrs., Coeslilln. Who runs tho boarding houso whero sho i lIv'O. also by a woman friend who was nssoclalcd with them In musical matters. The woman was rctoasfd beenliso shh convinced the authorities that she wits not tho ono they wonted." After the release of Miss Ilutchlnson. District Attorney Coalsworth was nsked Why sho had been iaken to police hoiul o.tmrtora apparently under arrest, then released, ? "t do not tinctarstnud that sho was ar? rested," replied Mr. Coalsworth. "Sho : was taken to headquarters In order thiVl It might bo learned what, If nny, Infor? mation she could furnish that would throw nny light on this case. We ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

_r. ____ rtamrwm Store that Le&xls in Vedkie Giving Leads With Newest Styles in New Good./ Shown Here To-Morrow ! !_ -1 Nom* stylrn. and iiuHlelfi of tlm sliii' i'G'tl aiul lioinH-Hrli-il CfTocts in llio *Voile" Dress Skirts Tlie I..1.08- fabric, riow nll tho, rago. Thalhirner *s I lhe Opening Dzvy ! Ready-to-Wear Section will bo mado evon?.i.il.at thi.1. Fashion Store. 1)?e New "Waist* Ide&s In Peau do Oygno, Louisiue Silks, plain. aiicl t.imined with ChiiTon. 'E exterid to tbe ladies qf Richmond a most cordial invitation to examine our line t_f Ladies' Silk arid CLOTH TAILOR-MADE SUITS, all perfectly tailored, and many high-class novelties are shown. Costumes more dressy than ihe regula tion tailor-made suits here are well represented. Colia.lc-s Blouse Venetiah Cloth Suits, taffeta lined jackets, ski.t o-gored flarc, folcc effect, over percaline drop, entire suit trimmed with taffeta bands, $15.00. - Xovelty Clbth, in fancy gray mixlui'c.s, blouse jackct, dcAible shoulder...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

The High-Grade Cable Piano The only PIANO of the world to-day, It is the Cable, so musicians Say. It's praises are sung the whole World 'round, And sold in every State and town. The Cable Co., No. 213 E. Broad St. s J.G. CORLEY. Manager. A TALENTED YOUNG MUSICIAN TO PURSUE HER STUDIES ABROAD Miss Edlth L. Hatchcr, the daughter bf tho Rev. Doctor nnd .Mrs. Wllllam li? Hatcher, has recently returned from a eourso of plftiio stiidy ln New York under so famous a teacher as Burmeistor, Mlss Hatcher has been a muslclan since hor chlldhood. Before golng to Now York, she was a pupll here of Prof, Fred 8. Hahr, and tho oxcellont trainlng elio received under hlm stood her in such good steiul that when she applled sho wa. at onco admltted to Burmetster's classes, and had ihe advantage from the llrst of hls methods antl hls personal jnstructlon. Burmolster has recently been offored a rilrector's posltlon in ono of tho Gorman oonservatorie.s of muslo, whlch ho has declded to accopt,. und Mlss Ha...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

ALL OVER THE WORLD The Phenominal Success "of Dr. Hartman. A Doctor of National lleputation. A. Medicine of World-Wide Eame. Congressmcn, Governorsy Consuls And Other National Celebrities. DR. HARTMAN 5ENDS CONGRATULATIONS to that vast multi tude offormer patlents scattered throughout the length and breadth.of ihe United States and Canada. Thousands of these patlents have vislted hlm at his magnificent sanitarium at Columbus, Ohlo. Thousands upon thousands have never seeri the Doctor's face, but known him as their benefactor through the ministrations of his world famous remfedy', Peruna. A multitude-so great that its exact number will never be known have been raised from"beds of sickness or rescued from some chronic malarfv whieh kent them half sick and half well?have been rescued by Dr. Hartman's remedy?assisted by free ad vice and friendly coiinsel. ? To all these former.patients, and to all those under treatment at present, Dr. Hart? man sends hearty greeting, sincerely hop ing t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

POLLOCK IS CONFIRMED Senate Stands by tlie School Board. AFTER TOBACCO TAGS Col. Cabell Offers a Blll Altned nt n Groat Trust?Dr. Styll Makes Charge Agalnst an Asylum-Day's Pro? ceedings ln Both Houses. Both branches of tho Lcglslaturo held brlef sesslous yesterday. The Senate held n orlef session, nnd tho matter of greatest publlc hiterest was the unanimous oonllrmntlon of .tho Hon. Davld L. Pollock ns superlntendon. of schools of the county of Pula'skl, wldoh was accorapllsHed upon motlon of Mr. St. Clalr, who had formorly fought tno lM?.nH~rmon offered a blll ln tho Sen? ate deslthed to ponsSon publlo school teochers who havo been on tho llst lor twenty-flvo years. Tho Houso held a brlef sess..n and transacted somo routlne buslnesv Mr. Heermans, of Montgomcry, offered n. blll approprlatlng $2*.000 to tho Vlrglnla Poly technlo Instltuto. Thero waa ono by Mr. Cabell, of Danvllle, deslgned to prevent the l-suing of tngs by tobacco companies to encourago Cho salo of tobacco and cl *a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

TNE OHEAPEST CASH OR CREDIT STORE IN THE OITY. Cath Not Necessary During This Sale-We Credlt You. Our Advance Spring Sale! rPflPPORTUNITI-SS in Furniture and Oarpet. b'uying Lgnrtfl nover bofore offered you.. Theroforo anticipato ]$____} your wants and Havo monoy. Mattings. $11.00 Boll, 40 yards.$ 7.50 18,00 Roll, 40 ynrtls. 7.08 14.00 Boll, 40 yar-lB. 0.50 17.00 lloll, 40 yarcls... A. 11.00 Othors 11V_ cents per yard up. ' New Baby Carriages nnd Go-Cnr.B ln all tho latest stylo of genr ing, flno oushions, and bottor than any storo shows, aml nt tho lowest prices for Oasli or. Credlt, From $6.95, $7.95, $ 10.00, and Up To $40.00. Sideboards. $18.00 ones...$12.08 I 630.00 onos...$18.08 ? 22.00 ones... 14.08 | 50.00 ones... 85.00 Parlor Furniture. ? Ift "Cft 'or flno Sllk Damask 8 JlvtUU pleco Parlor Sulto; worth $10.50. ' 4?i A 75 for 8-plcco Parlor Sulto; 3> 1 *\. / -> worth $20.00. C")_i CA for large 6-piece Sulto; 4.__-t.C.U nicely carved frame, Sllk Damask covering; worth $...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 8 March 1903

EAST END NEWS NOTES Rev. W. S. Leake is Llkoiy to Reslgn Hls Chargo To-Day. ENTERTA1N FOR CHARITY A Hlstoric Farm on lho Jamos Is Sold for Twertty-Flve Thousand Dol? lars ? Bricf Items and Personnls. People's Druir Btoro. Fulton Bureau, Rev. XV. S. Lenko, pastor of Fulton Baptist Church, wlll to-day at 11 A. M, mako known hls declslon In regard to tho call recently tcndered hlm by lho Btato Mlssion Board to become State svangellst and to do spoclal mlsslonn.-y work for the Bnptlst Association. lt Is vory probablo that Mr. Leako will tondor hls resignatlon ns pastor of tho church and accopt tho call. "Nowetood," ono ot tho finest nnd most hlstoric farms in Henrlco, on thu James Rlvor noar Gtraveyard Roach, was sold privately thls week to Mr. John McFnil, of North Dakota, for ?_o,- , 000. ' ,, i Tho place, contalnlng 1,142 acres, mostly gralnland, has beon owned for some. tlmo by Mr. Wllllam Bennett, of Ponn .ylvanla. :-y:[ ,? Tho event of tho woek ln Fulton wlll be tho muslcAl soclal...

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