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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

SPECULATION Net Changes Little Indication of the Price Movement. , BEAR INROAD WAS FIERCE Unexpected increase In Reserves Shown by Bank Statement Caused Rush For Cover and Violont Rally. ' (»y Associated Press.) NEW YORK, March 25.-Tho stock markot was swept by a speculative gale durin gtho two hours' session to-dny. or which the ciulot closing and tho small not changes In prices Blve little Indication, The- bear party mado a fierce ."ns'auaht on prices after an unsteady oP°"' n A n X succeeded In dislodging some hoiivv I blocks 7.t .im>it wiiioh were in a vuinerftuio posi tlonby re^on of calls for additional margins and by stop-loss orders placed below 1 ThTunexWed increase in reserves disclosed by the bank statement caused anxiety on i/ tho part of tho boars and thuy bSughT tS color In an urgent manner caufing a violent rally In pr cos. I ?he re was a notable qti otlnu clown aftoi tno - prteclpoi demnnd'from the bears i had been teliS? S al^g, below P w r^ 8 as On ilfe ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

MARKET OF OLDEN BAYS HovV the Heads of Families Secured Their Supplies. CATEREDFORTHEMSELVES Ii Thomai M. HllUhlmer, Manager of the Commercial Cafe, Tells an Interesting Story of Changes in Methods, In ye olden times Wheti to be a butcher meant first to stand up and glvo practlcnl domoiißti'atlona ot your ahlllty i to cftrvo and chop, ana when hucksters ,wero prnctlcally non est bccauno people : .who' raised vegolables and fruits hlrou Btalla and Bold them' themselves 1—1"1 — 1" thla tlmo heads of families thamaelves went to market and weroup niul away be■trmes not trusting ns no«). to servants end wagon Vtoytt the ail-imporlaiit task of conveying to tho .home the supply of food for tho day. ' ' It Is a development, curious and Interesting, which makes the markets of Richmond what thoy uro to-duy and what they wero not fifty years ago. .Tho change In a radical ono brought about by various causes, chief among which, though the connection may not at oncn • bo poen. nro Ui" abolition o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

It's orie of the days that we try to outdo COHEN'S. The store has spread in space sq much A Sewing Machine Not Made by a Trust It's a Drop Head, Ball Bearing! has two drawers, all the attachnents complete, and we give the Mime guarantee that any *B5 Machine will give. Price, 115,00. White Suiting Lin. :ns 700 vard'si pure white, finest • ;soft finished',. yard wide, and every Uuend pure linen, for 25c. ; The Finest Irish Linen Suiting ' double fold, soft finished, round thread, 76c. usually, for 45c. , Irish Linen Lawn, full 40 Inches wide, usually 60c, our special price / 34c. The 42-ibch-wide Linen Lawn, Jn the finest soft, dull finish', that'cannot be equalled under 76c, priced 44c. aoo dozen Dinner Napkins, full bleached, satin damask, % size, a dozen, 75c. . Silver Blenched Extra Heavy Linen Tablo Damask, special 50c. value, per yard, Monday, 38c. ' Finest $1.25 Irish Linen Table Damask, double finish, made by one of the best Bulfast manufacturers, the designs are of the very l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

tows^r's Tale of Another Dog's Misfortune f?Fh p rtTitti ptf U iso fifr-h :^m^m^^^y^BXjm}AY* mabgh 29, loaa.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

American Machinery Being Introduced in Genil&ri F&etofieiL (Special Correspondence" of Tho TimeflDlspatch.V &?.■;■ BERLIN, Ufarch '£s.— Germany Is trying to flfcht the American invasion by importing American machinery and Amorionn tnethoiis. it is sending fielegatlons to tho . United States V>. stud* jjbur factories, and a large number of f American experts havo t)*cn brought over to toaoh tho use of cur machinery. ''Neatly every largo faotory in tho empire has more or less American tools, 'and. I 'have gone through : Borne In which the American labels and trade-marks havo been ehlppod off and German nnmo plntns locked on in tholr : , places. The Germans aro very jealous of our trade advancement, and tha manufacturers say thoy can sell goods more easily ir their customers think thoy havo been marie with Gormnn maohlnery. 1 hnve already spoken of tho American I sjioemnklng tools. Thcso are bolng used with American experts .behind thAm, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

THESEASON HAS BEGUN Balmy Spring Days Succeed Blustering Weather. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Remarkable Fact That Every One of the Eight Ladles Who Were His Bridesmaids Are Still Alive— Lory don Gossip. ■ 1/ONDON ( March 28.— An interesting iact In connection with the, recently celebrated fortieth anniversary of th.o , wedding day of the King and Queen is t*.at o^ery one of the eight ladlea who acted as bridesmaids on thai occosion In St. George's Cnapel, Windsor, In 1863 arc mill alive. TJicy are Lady Victoria Scott, who afterwards .became Marchlonoss of Larnlu; Lady Victoria Howard, who lion «• mained unmarried, Lady Agneta ' Yorko, now Lady Agneta Montagu, Lady FAodora ' Bertie! Lady Diana Boadclerk, now Lady Diana HUddleston, Lady Oeorglana Hamilton dlnco the wife of Lord Winterton, Lady Elma Bruce, now Lady ! Thur • low, and Lady.Elanor Hare, now Lady Uoncage. LONDON SEASON. Tho London society season o£ 1903 which continues from March until August;' can how bo said to" have fairly beg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

"BEFORE THE DAWN," A STORY 'OF RICHMOND IN WAR TIMES Ik Virginia Girl in the Civil Var; M Again, This Time From a Feminine Point of View, "Personal Reminiscenses of Prince Bismarck" BOOKS AND AUTHORS; COMMENT AND GOSSIP Northhrn Authors and Their Raids on the South; Stories of the Florida Coast; ' ' Dramatization of "The : Pit; "J. P. M's" Identity Revealed by Death. BEFORE THE DAWN. By Joseph A. Altehaler. Doubleday, Page & Co., publishers, New York. $1.60. Richmond and Virginia are the backgwund of this story, and the time is placed during the interim from lust beeP^^ h in7r=^. taWes-Proslfle.it Davis and his Cabinet S?ed U r r^S&iTc.S.n ' nfa beautiful Federal spy. It Is not a satlsfac*°M y r bA°Uhelerb A°Uheler should have stuck to thi Western neW. «Hhh which he appears to ■ be perfectly familiar, if we are > to .judge £« "in Mobile Red and "A Heiaia ot ?he -we "•* "t '1r » Httle o " rU>us wl VT H ° many authors not to the manor born...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

THE COPPER INDUSTRY Profitable Deposits Are Worked In North Carolina. PERSON COUNTY MINES E Forty Years or Mora Mining For »pper Has Been Carried on In a losultory Way—The Rockefellers (floods l to Tho Tlmei-DUpfttcfa.) DURHAM, N-, C, March M.-But llttl# io written In the papers concerning the copper mining industry of North Carolina, and few people ore aware of its magnltudo arid possibilities. The growing demand for this motal has greatly Inbreased the Interest In Its mining, and the future will reveal that North Carolina is rich ' in this oro. Borne of the developments already tnodo would, If the location war in the w«et, create a mining furore equal to the early. days of mining In California and tho territories. \ ; There Is a copper belt In Peeson county,' that extends over and into Halifax county Virginia, ' supposed to be about twentyfive miles In length,- possibly longer, and somoythroe miles In width. .The most' active points aro about eight and ten mlios, a little south of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

© .'L " Jft. ./ .......... i i*. '*.* aA A A.* A.A>j A i_^/^Av^w^/frw'flvt»i4vAs^>«><TVfc^O^h<»>^*V^(V>^^VH'»y^>W^«><^.^<^ mmUjADY'S Summer wardrobe will not bo completo unJVI less she haa at least one or two protty, odd skirts to be worn with dainty waists. These skirts are beautiful this season, and oven ono of them with a change of waists gives you a variety of stylo. TJioy are known In whites and creams, as well as In handsome designs In black, made of etamino, French vlolo, basket cloth and broadcloth. They are, of course, loaded down with laco and fancy silk ornaments and braid. v I'T/hls is a season of braids and laces, and tho skirts have to tails, their £Iwro ns well as tho waists. In fact, the question of material Is of little consequence. It Ih "What jhall I trim it with?" When milady receives her dressmaker's bill for "trimming and findings" she will w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

A TEMPTING CHAFING DISH LUNCHEON A SPRING time luncheon for two, which contains one hot dish, sandwiches,, fruit, cakes and coffee, may be cosily served with the aid of a c>iaflng. : di»h, on a small table In the Bitting rbona.. Creamed shrimp on toast is the hbij , : dith selected. It I* alrople enough to }>• successfully prepared by a novice. Beat ■ In a chaflng dish the yolks of two egga, . half a cup of .cream, a tcaspoontul of "anchovy snuce. Stir all tho while' with ' a wooden spoon; when tho cream begins .to thicken put In* half a pint of boiled > shrimp. Let the shrimp get hot, but do 'not allow to cook long enough, for the : eggs to curdle. Serve on strips of toast. 1,.; To make the, lettuce mind wlches, cut the bread out w^lth a sandwioh^cutter,- • 'M removing all crust The lettuce is put 1 lntbvstrips, not minced. These .'are 'put v between tho buttered slices of 'bread and ". well molatene^ with mayonnaise,., , - ■ The- strawberries are, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

TITLOW'S PAPER Mow General Miles Had President Davis ShacKled. THE, LATEST STORY TOLR Comparfsonofft Vmh the Statements of Dwcfof Craven's Book— Other W«^ Incidents and Re* hilnlWrencßSv An unpublished account of the 4mprts- > torammt <rf JPresMent -Davis, written olevtsn, ' fc-earfi ,«#<>, by Captain •Joi-ow* -B-. Titlow, Company XvK v T hlt-d -Pennsylvania* heavy tertllleivy*, the man who placed the irons , ton .the wrists.. of '.lhe , -President of the <3ohfed«reic>\ wnfl ■ read one flight last Veok by D«\ Elmer R% ReynoMs, senior Vtce-conMnanAw .of Lafayette ■Post, i. No.' SO, G-. -A-. R-* at. a meeting of tho post, at -No. 6IS fcTftith Street Washington., i tor-. -ReynoWia «t«ted that he met Captain ■STittow ift North ■Dakota fifteon years ago fend requested „. &m to write tho tme fctory of MV- Davlte's incarceration at JWcmroeX This Cajita4n Tltlow did, *rrd »r v Reynolds now has in his ttw 'only cop...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

« • « Trie • • « o STORY TELLING MACHINE. i\ | Dismal Things Happen to the Enemy of the Owner of the Red Flannel ■Dissatisfied With the effort* of hit atorym tailing machine, tha little old man, l:\ who In looking for 1lh« Qood Timed w« •\ ' ussd to have, tell* thrt children a story ■A himself. It U about n. red flannel mi, night dap wMqi wu given to him by js his fairy godmother. With this night W cup on his head the lucky mortal could "oreseo danger Ud foretell events. The little old Mil wears It with Im- ' mediate reunite. , \ W / ALLT WAXWaOON paused and \X / Ioo ** d up •>* '»• ■ky--»f !t cou|d ; ' yy be called a «kr— *»d seemed to be reflecting, following the direction of hi* eyes, Druallla looked up" and gave an exclamation of •urprtflo. The sit/ Was Of a deep copper color, and the marking* overhead were like thoao elm had always obaorvod on the moon, only they were a thousand times larger. "Name er goodness;" she exclaimed] "X b'ileve do moon Is settlln' •down on ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 March 1903

THE LODE OF LULU MNP LEMNDEft. A I PHO'N^s'P ''"AND C^AS ION IN I OIN LJCJIN^ They Meet the Earl of Chttmlev on Awil First. J

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 March 1903

THJS T7MGS, POtJ^blOb 1881). I THE I DISPATCH, FOUNDB.ft 1860., I SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS THEWEATHER, WASHINGTON, March ao.-tforccoat for weather IB promised for to-day «na to* morrow. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. 9 A.M. •••■" ! Jl ' .8 P. M, H BP. M. :-'>..< • ?S 1) P. M 'io 12 midnight •••••.• • .w.. w . Average .'. ■■■••■ •, * s^ Jl:lff.hcfst temperature yesterday ...62 Lowest temperaturo yesterday « Mean tomporature >;e8terday... ...... 48 i Normal tomporttturo for .March....... «48 Departure from normal temperature. 02 MINIATURE ALMANAC, March 31, 1903." . Bun rises.... V 6!G9 HIGH TIDE. , . . ', :Bun 50t8...:..t1:30 Morning •'.'•"S;JJ Sloon sets 0:32' Kvenlng 6 142 RICHMOND. . Street Committee refuses to ' give Messrs, Gasser, Gude and Welnbrunn any :' more 1 contracts Frightful uccldont to a. .small boy at the Richmond Cedar Wpir' 1 Mann bill comes up again. to-night in .committee Joint committee to'conslder corwiratlon mcuHtirc Reunion of agents o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 March 1903

|th« lnV«Ui«ti6h he <Hr«st»d «ht« •WWd tUrthM', wtth iMU-tioular m(•■,to"l#MTiißif■*&* tM thß dtWHrthn<S Uon uiw^l lil'th* pndt tot lh« M of lM«^in|M>6UtltMl rt^WH. IJtiltenn *hd know be (t^atly mUtiUtan an UtivUon nlontr tlilft 1ln« Isw^lng to le* de*ndnls. H'.wnn Roiiofrtliy iitid«f« thikt Mt. MoKililey niftdtl l'erry S, h flmt KMdnlfcrtt poKttmtnt«r-Kei)«Mi ■^M..to 'hftv* In the iloi'a* 1 ™ O "* . R Whom h« could .rely upon In the »r ot distrtbv>Ung •Wftlr<inag« «" iwr» :««f: ««f |Jr*'Bl*<tll«M» pK»mln««. " Th« H«publlcnn «dlltlolnn« thlnX Mr. 1 1 H*owv»U had better eas« up In th« mat|t«f of InvMUerAtlo'ni.,' But those of the ir«rt»na mlblle who' know of thfl way In 'WhWh the "businCM of Ih* depnrttn*tit in belnt cdnduotwT itM backing the Pfe»l«*nt iuvd i AflWstiuit PMtrnn»tor-aw«ral Wynne, who are.forpnshlnpr the probe, It la renerAll*' l)eU6v*d that th* l*i-e<»l-dent will- ennvbne .donp-eM ...

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

'the levees are melting Work of Mending Crevasse at Hymella Is Hopeless. CAUSING GREAT DAMAGE Klum* of Water It Pouring Through 'jlllrtgthe Lakes and Bayous— Tex- ' as Pacific Tracks Covered With Water. (Bf AwocUlnd PrcM.) NEW OHIJaAMS, March 30.— The carrylug away of additional cribbing at tho Ilymelia Crevasse early this morning Isrolißht the forces thrtt havo .beau 'at 'i (rvork thore to the verso of abandoning tho attempt to close tho break. Later In tha day, however, aa a result of several conferences, 'lt .was agrood to continue the undertaking In no ovont can the work be completed insldo of a week, tnd unless ample monoy is guarantod tho v next disaster to tho cribbing Is likely to ; /mark tho end of tho strugglo. This ovo- : 'lilng It was said tho break was closo to W0 feot In width with the ends still stead- .: (ly melting ivway, Two ridgoß, between whloh the levee caved, havo provontod tho water from spreading rapidly above and . below, but ■the mighty torrent In filling t...

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

The Times-bispntch PwblltHMl Dally «nd wwkty at No. 4 North tenth Streit, Richmond! va. BnMrM' January »T t 1903. «i*" ch * - m»nd, iV«.i •• ««oon(J«ci«M Mattar, under Aftt of Con* Brew of March 3, t«79. Tht DAtLV -TIME«-OIBPATCM It ••« id e«nti ■ copy.* v ...-a^-li i. The SUNDAY TIMBfI'DIBPATCM »• •»ld at B eemi a copy. . iiinli. DAILY TIMEB.DISPAT(SH by W«l--60 eenti a month, W.OO a year, $2.60 for ex hionth., *1.80 for three month*. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, !"• eudlng Bunday» by Carrier, 18 cents per W TThi BUNDAV TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. _„._ A _ rU The WEEKLY TIMES'DISPATCH, All Unsigned Communications will •>• "JKJSted Communication, will noj t b. frturned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A.- MILLER'S,. No. 519 East Broad Street. TUESDAT, MARCH Si,* 1803, PALMER AND BUCKNER DEM OCRATS. The' Fredorloksbu'rg Star agrees with The Times-Dispatch that Democrats should forget old scores, cease trying to «yen them up/ let by-gono...

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

THE MATTiIT OF A RECESS 'i Hoilse Referred Question to Committee Yesterday. -PRIMARY BILL OFFERED Mr. Barksdate Would Legalise Parly Elections— Commission Resolutions In Senate— House « Session. The Sena(o hoid qulto a long session yos- / lord ay and disposed of a good daal of business of m6ro or loss Irnportanco, The Caboll House resolution, providing Ifor a recesa of the . General Assembly . Irom May 16th to November 10th,: carhe ovor, and after a number of amendments iwofe proposed, tho entire matter" was roferred to tho Commlttoo for Courts of ■ jt'stlco. Mr. Byars' amendment was for ' Blno die adjournment on May lCtli. and „ alr< -AVlckham wanted 'an equal number , -of members on tho part of each house kiivn the proposed . commißslon. ■a. Senator Uarksddlo proposed a primary olcctlon bill, which wa« referred, provld- ■ iiliiK for delegated conventions, tho dele,/gutos to,- bo chosen In primaries. ; Tho ' Bqaa University bill Was passed / by, and a number of House bil...

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

EWe News and Fresh Gossip from I OF. HILL IS MISSING Disappears When Papers of I Another Marriage Arrive. WELL KNOWN IN NORFOLK Although He Had One Wife In England He Married a Pretty Young Widow In Norfolk Last Fall. (•swlal to Tb* TIBM-I)Ui>«toti,) NORFOLK. VA., March Uo.— News has bsm rooelvod hore that MM. Umlly Hill, ' of Burllston, Bngland, 1» proceeding with /tho charge of bigamy against Professor ,\V. H. Hill, recently of Blast Orange, N. J. Tho copy of the papers whloh has be«a sent to this country alleges that ProfMßor Hill, although still married V to the wife In Eingland, sought and married Mxa. Mary Annie Savage, formerly Miss BJUlott, of Norfolk the daughter of K. B. EJlllott.. The latter marrlago. 1 occurred In a boarding-house In Granby Street last November, after which Professor Hill and his wife went to East Orange, where he was a teacher In a school. After the story of the first inarrlaf« was published, and the alleged •wife in. England sent papers In p...

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