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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

Forty ',' Pages Falr To-Day ?h_ ll%?lh-?SufW?k w; WHQLE:NUMBER,'16;155, RICHMOND,-VA.,'SUNDAY, FEBRtTAHY-1, lSd3. PRICE FIVE CENTS, THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THEWEATHER.- ? ,1 WASHINGTON. ,Jan. 81. Korecast: _ VlrBtnia-Fair , Sunday .ona Mbnd'ay; Ilght to fre-gh southwest.tr. south wlnda. North Carolina?Falr' Sunday and Mon nay; lleht to fresh Bouthwcst" to south Iwlnfla. * Testerdiy's'temperaturo was exce-edinu ly pleasant. Tho raercury was about ?tatlonary, never going nbo've tlfty, ' ln MoaUons for to-day favbrablo with the Worc'ury proba-bly'sllgtitly higher. STATE OF THlSRMOMETER. , A. M.. 25 2 M.'..???? ? . P. M. ? t P. M. =0 ? P. M. 45 12 mldnlfiht . 45 Aveitfc'6 .41 6-6 T=tlpheat temperaturc?i P. 51. *% Lowest temperaturo?& a. M.<2 ilean temperaturo.*0 Js'orrnal tejnreriUurs- for Janua-ry.C& Departure from' normal temperature. 0i PreolpltaUon during past 2-1 hours.... to MTJCIATUEE A.LMANAC. Feb. :. 1003. inm rises.7:18'j HIUHTI^E. .Bun sets.5:22 f Morn.ng .7:07 iloun se...

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. — 1 February 1903

&<??. The rwnoindeT of OreM Britaln'j olalms Rjffalnal Venemeia ls not knownt What they ?tmy bo li pronietlcal. l.J Tnunt he romambored thnt sclioonora ttrottf th* tlrltlsr! Island of Trlnldnd havo ImmI asalMlng th* Matoe revolutlon'.sts, ns well an ftjmuggllng, and tliat thes* v?ssols have be?n rightfulljr seteod hy Vetinueln. Grtal 'flrltftl.n wa? mire beforehand that ho trlbunal would recogn'xe cortatn of her dlftims, and tlierofore slis wanted tu Corc* Imn-.odinu- paymenU , "Germany, for tho game nss.ion. dr*e foot deslro that the Dlsooute-Gcasolshafl */o?.n ecandol become'kac-wn to the Gnnn Mo) world. TEC* DOD-ARfl A CHTC1-3N. "The Itallans havo no Industrlal entflr rprlses ln Venezuela. ttalt_n* hero are fmostly dgrleulturttl laboro-ra and ped iHers: these unfloubtcdly ha-ro Miftcred. but th?y clalm. $10 for the losa of n ohlcken. nnd $100 for the thefl of ? don k?y. It can bo ecen why Italy doea not wlsh to have hor elolms d.'scusfod hy o trlbunal and prefera foi-ce to...

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. — 1 February 1903

VIRGINIANS WONT GO 'Don't Caro to MlxWith Black and-Tan at Whlto House. WANY LETTERS POUR IN Member3 of Congrcss Deluged With Communications Denounclng Roose? velt for Inviting Negroes to tho Whito Houso Recoptions. Want the Mirrors from %?- Monticello?Gosslp. i (Speclnl to Tlio TI*nc?-DI?piilc1i.. WASHINOTON, IX C.; Jan. 81.?Not ?wlthstandlrig tho great row that has been klcked lip over tho appearanco of several licgroeu at tho recbptlon to the Judlclary ?it Uie Whlto Iloua-a lnst week, there Is ?in Immonse demand fnr extra Invlta tlons to tho receptlon to tho Sonato and lho House of Itepresehttttlven, whlcii taken place on Thursday night, Febru ?J-ry Gth. Kver fjlr.co tho nccounts began to ap ?poar in Uie papers dcscrlblng tlio re? ceptlon to Uio Jt.ullcin.ry- and the presenco itlicre of negroes, Scnators nnd Congress ilnen from all over tho South have been 'deluged wlth lettera and telcgrams from jUielr constltuents, critlctslng Uloso Boutlierrif-rs who wero there and making most...

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. — 1 February 1903

Special Sala Spring Mattings. JULIUS SYCLE & SONS. Keep in Mind the Credit Advantage? More than 45,000 endorse the liberality and broadness of Sycle'B credit plan. Swiss Cambric and Nainsook. New Spring Novelties in Dress Goods are now ready for your inspection. This is money-saving time in earnest. The Semiannual Odd and End Sale In is WH ? ?ti*j commences to-morrow morning promptly at opening hour? 8:30. It is highy desirable to come early, as in some instances 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 ave? rage more' than a third; in some instances they are. more than Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, Oil-Cloths and Window Shades to be sold at great reductions. CARVED MR. Thief Mado His Escape by Using His Knife. THE WOUND NOT SERIOUS Had Stolen an Overcoat Belonging to Dr. A. Q. Cabali, and Was Trying to Pawn It at the Time of the Occurrence. "W...

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. — 1 February 1903

HEAVY WEEK FOR SOLONS lmportant Bills to Be Given Conslderatlon. TONNAGE TAX MEASURE ItWill Brlng- the Mining Poople Here En Masae?Much Inlerost ln Reap portionment?Child Labor and ?Jamestown Exposition Bills. ^iot slnce the _?glslature met here last ?oll to adjuat the atatutes In conformlty wlth the new Conatltutlon haa thero been such a buay woek for the lawrnakers, aa the one Just now thead, nor waa the work mapped out for the body ever ao lmportaat. Thla la true of the two houses proper, na woll ao of the varloua commltteos of oach. Tho House wlU dlspose of the, blll flxlrrj* tho Balarloa of State ofllcers to-r.\orrow, and wMl at onco tako up the consldera? tlon of the omntbus revenue blll, whlch fcelng- upon the caJenflar oa a special and contlnuing order, wlU consumo the re rmalnder of tho week. Many of the pro -vlstunn of the measure will ho earnostly ?pposed on the floor, and a number ol amendrnents are ln prospect looklng to reductions here and thore. Tho blll Will not be d...

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. — 1 February 1903

G 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 Cot? ton Mill to be Erected. (Special to Tie Tlmee-Dispatch.) CHARLOTTE, N. C?, Jan. 31.?Ell Rog? ers,? the young: whlto man. who hilled Miss Pressi?? and tho negro Boy Will ?Richardson, in Union county, Mondu-y last, has been arrested and is now In |nll in Monroe. Since the double killing, Rogers has been In hiding*, spending most *f tho time in tho swamps of Union coun? ty. A posse of fifty men went In search of Rogers early Tuesday morning. He was located in a swamp, hordering a or?ele He was risked to coriie out and eurrender, but replied that ho -would dio ?lrst. Later in the day he was takon unawares. At tho time lie waa lying by ?. flro sound asleep. ? In one hand waa radoublo-barrel shot-erun and in the other ?a Colt's revolver. Rogers admitted tho double crime and Stia ex...

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. — 1 February 1903

THE TREATY ON CANAL was Subjoct of lmportant Con? ference at Whlte Houso. HASTEN CONSIDERATION President Anxlous That Troaty Be Ratl fiod at Earllest Possiblo Momont. Advlces Recoivod by Executive AroNotat All Reassuring. (By AJiodatad Preaa.) ?WASHINGTON, January ?.?An Im poruuit oonferenco waB held at the Whlte Hoiurt to-day, the participatfl be Inr the President, Secretary Hay and Senator Cullom, chalrman of the For? eign Relatlons Committe of the Senate. The subjeot unddr dlsousfllon was tho atatue of tho Panoma canal treaty. The aituatlon wlth regard to the treaty as lt haa developed ln the Senate ls ffiv ng the B_mlnistratlon and its aupportera grave concern. The President ls exceed? lngly anxlooa that the treaty should be ratlfled at tho earllest poBslble nioniont, yot the Indlcatlona now aro that seilous obstructlon may bo placed ln the way of ratlflcatlon. HA8TJ_K CONSIDERATION. The conference held to-day was wlth a vlew of asoertalning, lf posulble, what oould be donf to h...

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. — 1 February 1903

FINANCIAL CONDITION Of Manchester ls the Best for Many Years. STREET APPROPR1AT10NS! Budget About Roady for Council?No Moro Pollcemen for Manchester. Blg Street Improvements. Church Notices. The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1102 Hull Street. BUDGET FOR 1903. Total esttmated ossots. $52,7(18 Recommcnded approprlatlons by l Flnanco Commltteo . iS,! Balance . $S,' APPROPRIATIONS. Ptreets . $7,000 Pollce. 2,880 Outdoor poor. 600 Bustlngs Court ...... 2,000 Health . 1.700 Cemeteries . 1,50 Btntion-houso . 176 Jail . 260 CJty Hall repnirs . 350 Special accountant . 200 Special pollce fund ..?>, 60 Light for offlces . 3?0 Special for Hustlngs Court. 200 Special for statlon-house. 10 Special "for jail . 60 flre Department (Increase). 100 Almshouse, no Increaso. Elections, no Increase. Free Brldgc, cut out. Flre brlgade, cut out. Special pollce, cut out City Audltor's salary Increased from |60 to $75. little tlme was lost by tho Flnanco Commltteo last night ln flgurlng out tho tueets of Uie...

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. — 1 February 1903

Tqny Hart. !^i_ou(?oN?.m ftiw _e fl ) /. CARPBTS i Every con tract we tako, ovory salowo inako mrjBb bo fillod just a litfclo botter than our friends oxpeot it to bo. To do this we keep abreast o! fashion, and anything we supply bas tho mark of good tasto and up-tb-dateness.. Quality and price are eqiially ourpride. On tbe whole wo aro proud of ovorything wo do, becauso wo do things to bo proud of. SAVONNERLE AUBUSSON GOBELIN ROYAL WILTONS EREtfOHWILTONS AXMIN8TER8 We havo takon a few contraots to make ond lay car* c ti and shall bo glad to have your ordor to oa d 01:11- in tho very highest class of workman ship whilo our own layers aro hore. Our branch store is only a tcmporarv store. It represents tho very best that wo can sbow. V * * (Washington D. C.) 808 East Main Street. ACADEMY of Mtrsrc?"A Night at the Clrcus," Wednesday, matlnee and night BIJOU?BIJou Musical Comody Company ln "A Texas Stecr," every night. wlth tbe usual matlncea. Amy Lee, tho dainty and charmlng comedlenne,...

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. — 1 February 1903

DO.C.SMITH WANTSAMAW The Mlnlster Ownlng Turner Place After Overscer. TWO MILLIONS INYOLVED Second Auditor Dew and Uncle Sam Trylng to Square Up Great Account Open Slnce 1812?BufFalo Man Wanta a Large Trnct. Dr. _. C. Bmlth, of Plttsbnrg, who re oently purchosod the old Turner placo, noar EaJko and partly in Henrico an?l Charles City co-untles, and. whlch was the 'home of Sajnuel Turner, who was the keeper of Llbby Prlson lurlng tho Wax, is now ln the city and cxpects soon Do bring- hla famlly here. Dr. Mtutln haa found some troublo In ?;ettins nn Overseer and manager for hla farm, nnd he would bo glad to con-eaponl wltli good ?and expcrlenced men who wanted such a position and a good home for himself and famlly. Letters addressed to hlrn. ln oare of the Times-Dlspatcli olllco, wlll be promptly forwardod to him. Commlesloiier of Agrloulture Kolnor atd not go to Washington yestorday, on ac .oount of fecllng bo uhwc'.l. Ho apent the' day at hls ofllce, howevor, and at tended to the us...

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. — 1 February 1903

??nor?304s<N 9Vt?PSlS OP" PtlfcVlOUa IN8TALMBNT?AlpbcBM and w*iroa w?r? captured bt cnnnibals, and the ??*??;? qdean eftertd ta mnrry elther ono of them. Alack and aiaa I thay towed i? long to.eaeb oth?r. each urjing tiie otnar w KMpl tba honor. that tha qaeeo becamo anraged and ordorcd tOWB to b? ?elz?d- and bound. " "?" xumasamm?p?~?? ' .... ? je ALPHONSE AND CaASTON IN AFE1CA, A Thrillit.& Tale of lieroism. Hair-Breadth Advenhires and PoIitenesA?No, 2* Ooprntw. ihu. or W.H ?<_? Or.u nntm ltlftr_ im~i <T0 BE CONCLTJDED NEXT STTNDAYi THE WOMAN AND HER BONDS. By EDWJN LEFEVRE. Copynght 1902. by McClure, Phlllips & Co. IT 8EEMED TO Fullerton F. Colwcll, of the famous Stock Exchange houco of Wilson & Graves tliat he had done hls full duty by hb frlend Harry Hunt. Hls partners left a great deal to hlnv and eron the clerks In the ofllce ?ungrudgingly acknowledged that Mr. Col well waa "the htirdest worked man ln the place, barrlng none." Posslbly the Important young...

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. — 1 February 1903

ONE CEHT A WORD. CHARGE 25 Cents, CashlnAdvanos THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHArTBE 25 Cents, OathlnAdvanoi ONE CENT A WORD. __U? WATTT-P?MAXK-_ .felNTBR WANTED ADDRESS P. O, j Box ?, Fredterlckf.burB, Vo, leANTED?ITVE PLASTIORS. APPLY to GEO. O. TiDNKMY, foot of 12th Bt,_ VANTED. 8!y?aLL ERltAND BOY. AP ply W. ? DREW A CO., 716 Ii). MnEin. WANTED, A PTRST CLASB (MAN) COOK. BANNISTER HOUSE, No. 16 Governor Btreot. ?VANTED, A COMPETBNT. INDUS trious unmnrrled drug CLERK; unroglM tored prefcrred. Addrcaa II.. caro thla offlce. K'ANTED- LEARN PROOFREADING; (. alla aecured, ?S to C5 weekly,/ HOME CORRE3PONDENCE SCHOOL, Phila? delphla. ?i i_,-. . ? ? rVANTBD, YOUNG MAN (WHITE). AP ply NATIONAL WINDOW CLEAN1NG j ;'"? CO.. 20 N. Ninth Street. 'ANTHD, YOtrNO MAN FOR HAT atore. RICHMOND HAT CO., 1327 Eaat Main Street ? & r'ANTED. LOCOMOTIVE MACHTNIBTS for railroad shop; good wages, and full Informatlon by addresiring F. 8. ITOFF MASTER, Cap...

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. — 1 February 1903

'_ raiP WANT-D?MAX-. lAN E8TABL10BED C_R_A_ TOOD Cwnpariy dealrca the s-ervlcM ot bmnih JCflce majiagen noinpensntion fM.MO per annum: h'gheet rafeioncea required and ! _FnViJ?lMi'ri? -adir___ "1 CBRBAL,*' Box Z-Ml, Battle Croak, Mloh. 0'XVB'"U, N^PS? | R_TJAn_? FINAJ-ICIAX., man for Morfolk, Potorsbur* and Notr ^'riLn<"VA', |B'*fl rl*ht partrT M'?i.ey ;2<i?_,?. ?'T^ B8fi' M?><9r itio? and banfc Iamv"0? Mu"ft kl,c>w *he lewn. COM PANy, Tlmea-DlBpateh offlce. SjOVsFaND GlRLS-WORK FOR U8*. food payi e-asy work; don't mlas thls eha-nco; write us wlthojit fall. Tlie A. froluVh KlUt Colurnbla Blre6t' De" LEAR.N' BION PAINT1-NG-TATJGHT BY rnnll; hundreda miccenifull |9 lo 17 t ? y *s*rperi while le-arnlng*. nartloulars err??v, IWXl** RAPID SCHOOL OF BfON PAINTINQ, Box 2D9. Denver, Col. JWANTBD-Y OUNQ MAJ* TOR OEN eral offlce work ln large mero'ntlle nouao Munt hava prevloua exp^rlenre , and falr eduvmtlon and write good rnand. Btn.te full partlculara In applica? tion. Addre...

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. — 1 February 1903

-5ioGk" Market Yesterday Was , Morely Nomlnal Atfalr. CLOSE DULL BUT STEADY irtarUet Sold Off Afler Appoaranco of Bank Statement?Dc.iling3 In Bonds Far Below Level of Samo Weok Last Year. ? (Ur .V-iii-lnlpil rrera.) NEW YORK, .hin. 31,?Tho stock mur Jcet iva* n nierely iioinhinl ulTuir to-dny, jSonio ot' the traders who hold sliort yes' jjterilny hoiitfht to cover on tlio liolief 'thnt' ihero v.-.is nn wmliko tJirent in tlio lVo'ncznchiu pituatioii, nml that tlio labor .dispito mi (ho Union Fncifto has n less ^ei'ious oapect this morning tliau wns io rled ycaterday, Thero waa contlnued bsprption of Uelnwaio nnd Hudaon, rhich wns cxplobied a3 being duo to rc rts of Very Sar^o currcht earnings. Ilo extra dividend of Va ]ior cent. on orlhern Pacillo had'not. boen forctoUl, nt lt. wus without apparcnt cfl'ect upon Menthnent. Aa .? Northern Soouritics ia jpraoljcally tlio sole owiier of Northern -j?aeilio sliarc, nnd os the increijae in tlio Beouritios Conijiany's dividend already znade ...

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. — 1 February 1903

Markets (Contlnued from tTourttenth 1'Hffe.) Unlon Paclrlo 4's .,...?. J0SV4 17nlon J'ncino aonv. 4's.,. luJti Wabnah lut's .A. UTtf tValmsin 2d*B (otterad).111 Wnlitvali Dob. B'n. 7T Weat fJhore 4's . 110 T\*ai<-?llng and Lalcs Erie 4's. BB1 TVlaconsln Contral 4'*.90". Contlnental Tohncco 4's. 67*> Colorudo Fuol oon: 6's. M Rock Uland 4's. SSV4 M, and 0.. collnlaral trusl i's fbld),, 65 Cantral og Oeorgla 2d. Ino. S7U Va.-Carollna Chomlcal Co. eom. 62% Va.-Carolina Chomlcol pfd.123% -tandard Oil .713 BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET. BALTIMORB, MD.. Jan. 81.?Soabotrd Alr IJne common. 26V4; do. prefetred, 42%. S*-eJ;5ird 4'a, 84 Atlantlo Coast LI_o cottnnuji, 130. / ? . RICHMOND STOCK MARKET Richmond. Va,. Jan. _. 1901. SALES. Virginia Centurlcs?*S,000 at K%1 ?,O00 at 95%; 12.000 at K%; tt.OOQ at 95 ?. Virginia S'?-S10O at 96*44. . .-? Virginia-Carolina Chemical preferred?10 aharea at 12; 5 aharea at 123; 20 aharca at 123; 20 ihare.1 at _3i lii ahares at 123-Al 25 aharea at 123V4. . . V...

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. — 1 February 1903

The oldest, safest, ' strongest, Sarsaparilla you can buy "I remembcr well when I first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nearly 60 years ago. I was thin, pale, weak, tired all the time, no appetlte, could not play astheother.boys.did. " Since then Ihave taken it many times, especlally when over worked, tired out, prnervous'y de pressed. Now, all my children and their children use it. As a meidi cine for.the whole family it has no equal. ** I long ago learned the first great rule of health?keep the bow els regular?so I am never without Ayer's Pills. ONLY ONE GAPTURED ?Four Who Escaped from Ches? terfleld Jail Still at, Large. ? LITERARY SOCIETY MEET'G ' Oeed Reeorded in the Clerk's Office Transferring Valuable Appomattox ? Property to tha Virginia Pas? senger and Power Company. (Special to The TimeJ-Dispstch.) , ^HESTERFIELD, VA., January 31.? i <Oj* the ftve negroes wh'o effected their escape from the jall horo on last Sun -. day aftemoon. none have been recap ' tiired ,and again confhi...

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. — 1 February 1903

W V^&^^A ,m. WHOLE NUMBER, 16,155. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1003. LESS MONEY; System in Virginia and South, Carolina. SYSTEM IS DESCRIBED Rev. Dr. Gardner Thinks it Will Degrade the State. CONTROLLED BY POLITICS ls Considered a Fajlure from a Moral Standpolnt in Southampton County, but Reportsfrom Martinsville and Boydton Show That the Plan Is Highly Satisfac tor at Those Places. ?flftlAnce on hand Jan. 81. 1902....J188.P81.92 UaUnce on liand Jnn. 81, 1303.... 63,046.90 Difference .l23.SSS.ta "?tVhen the clty treaaurer'a report for the flscn! year whlch closed yesterday ls mado out and handed to thn Clty Coun? cil lt W.ll 'show i balance on hand amountlng to tl23,S&8.03. lesi than that uhown laat yoar. "To tho public lt may i??n strange,'* saJd Treasurer Phllllps, "but thi balance thla year of f?.04C.?0 IndJeates that the clty ls/';.. m most flourishlng condition. The fact that the balance thla year ls so much less than that of th? pr?fioua year means that the appr...

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. — 1 February 1903

THE BIG MAN WON MONEY Tho Game Was Stud Poker For Table Stakes. ONE-EYED MAN STAYS OUT Qrirrly Cau^ht a Jackto Hls Queen and He Stnyed and Used Hls Gun for a Square Deal, But the Big Man Raked In the Pot. Tho game was siiid poker for table Stakes and If there be any moro feroclotig poallme not Involvlng physlcal- vlol-ence ?s something more Ihan a sldo Irene. no one at the table ha-d ever hoard of lt. Tlic blg man hnd had n phenomonal run Lluek, and the hatred he hnd Int-plred hla antagonlsts was approachlng tho ger point. "I'vo seed luck. afore." etald the one pyed man. "but I nevor soed lt oome aonest, llko thls." "Well, now, what havo you-" began Bh? blg man. but he. was Interrupted. "NelUier dld I," enJd another player. "Nor I," cald another. Tho blg man di\sw his breath hcrd, Jjooktnc- from one to another ln tho little (rroup, his cys Tf.stod on the flfth man, frho had fntrf --?''Mnir. but looked as ?our as the others. Thero was a puuse. BIG MAN DECEARK3 HIMSELF. "Well. what 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. — 1 February 1903

CHARLES CITY IS A FINE COUNTY one of the Oldest DIvlslons of the Stato, COURT HOUSE ANCIENT An Intelllgent and Falthful Set of Offl cers?dam'es Rlver Flsherles are Val uahle but all ItsCitizcnsareCul tlvators of ItsGenorous Soll. (Bpeelnl to The Tlmei-Diipatch.) CHARLES Cl'rr, C. H? VA.., Jnn. 31.? From tho days of ltq cnrly eettlement, about tho year 1631 Cliatlcs City coun? ty has been ono of tho most wldcly-known In tho Stato. lt was orlglnally ono of the eight shoren Into whlch tho State of Virginia wrb dlvlderl. and at tliat early dny extended along both banks of James rlver.; Tho prcsont houndarlos are tho Chlckahomlny rlvor on the north ? and oaat, Jamea rlver on tho south and the county of Kenrlco on tho wost. In splto of the small arca of tho prosont county, lt haa always held Ita place ln tho march of evanta, bolng noted slnco tho colonial days of tho present tlmo for Its many dlstlngulshcd cltlzens, Its beautiful and hlstorlo homes and Its charming social life. Novellst a...

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. — 1 February 1903

Tlie Times-Dispatch. TITffl DAILY TlMES-IHSP \TCH IS ?OLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. THB SUNDAY TiMES-DlSPATCH LS ?OLD AT FIVB CENTS A COPY. DAILY T1ME3-DISPATCH 11Y MAIL, WC. A MONTH, ? A YEAR: &!.5fl FOH SIX MONTHS; *1.M FOH THREE MONTHS. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, *2 A YEAR THE DAILY TlMES-DlSPATCir. IN CLUDINO SUNDAY, BY CARR1ER. 15C, PER WEEK. THE SUNDAY T1MKS-DISPATCH, 11Y CARR1ER, BC. PER WEEK. WEEKLY TIMES-blSPATCH, JI YEAR ALL UNS1GNED COMMUN1CATIONS WILL HE REJECTED, REJECTED CO.MMUNICATIONS WlLL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS AC COMPAN1ED BY STAMPS. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 'l, 1D03. FOUR CORNER HOUSES. Tho' acqulsltlon by tho Pr'esbyterlan Committee of Publlcntlon of tho Randolph ,houso and lot at tho northwost corner of Grace and Slxth Streets means that tmon er or later that property wlll bo dlverted from resldentnl to business purppsea. Its proxlmlty to tho buslest part of .oroad Streot has declded Its fnte. Though not one of the oldesl. It Ls one of tlte state llest of Rlchmond's ...

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