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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

SPLENDID NEW HOME OF THE VIRGINIA CLUB OF NORFOLK THE NEW VIRGINIA CLUB BUILDING. (Special to The Tlm«i>Dlipitcb.) NORFOLK. VA., April 4.-The Virginia Club building, On the Bite of the historic Newton house', at the corner of. Plume and Oranby Streets, haa been run up to the height of one story already. Work lrt being pushed rapidly and. w,hon -completed thU will be one of the finest and most modern club bulldlnßs In tho Bovith, and by far thß'*mo»t ornarrienial bbltd-' Ing In the bustnegs'sectlon of rWrfolk.. Ah will be seen from' tho picture, from dn aesthetic standpoint it will be a triumph of architecture. The firnt Btory of the bulldlnr Is of whlto Powhatan brick. The five 'stories above tho first are to be of yellow Norman brick, with decoration* of terra cotta and nuolns qt>i whlto Powhatan brick. From' the- basement— the featur*' of which will be- a rathskeller . and In wnlch will be the barber shop,, baths and heating plant— to the roof garden'- abovfc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

IpSAND 'WHORSEMEN Rfj^pliile Hill Stock Farm, < ■ |hire Arnon Lives. |; K\ji§R IS THERE. TOO \' T ovcrSjH't Roadsters— Tho Washing- ■ ■■- wm phi'apjt^y Club Meeting— Tom jffv $Hr,,Sonof Eon and toceno. |ipi 4 Siilerslie f s Finest Foal. ' fr'i? yr( '|M*'^ eatn °* ncr latner> ■ the latß \j'j»ler ■mS*t,. Rives, Mrs. Oortrudo Rives 'll'ffifv VW'' Assumed charge of tho flno - ,*t HiiiMll) estate, and hereafter the t||rt|W fcjsi of this grand old homestead devoted to stock ralsX; fV' on "jiliter to tho Princess Troubotakl, i^itlHr^i^ltnown authoress, Mrs. (Potts is ; *|m^an«£|iifi;hjy cultured, and regarded as i^^^ffiiTi(flVl||(«|; ablest horsowomon tho South ■:«$] In tho horse show arena, mmgl 3? "^flWd and on the road Mrs. Pott» ',;:■ J-JiM 'Vfcuently shown brilliant form, not \ saddle, but aa a rotnswoman. ' l |.' J ; n ? 6r .«o\iaUy nt home in driving a single I* ''^t&'t * n f^!piL\T, tandem' team, or tooling a Castlo Hill Is near Cobham, li»Par : • ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

« f»~«^»*" aaaaaaaea '»■' r . frt^grrj .1 11 [■ " " *"* '* #w— in'»' '"'.'. '.jnai \\. j0 & WHAT THEY THINK. .0000 TIMB« IN WAHRBN. atari l« «n Item lid is tux Horn. It lit from «w editorial oolumn Of ths Wwrcn \S«ntlriell ■ ' Thursday of last week at the I'arlnh 'l^nxm for til* pitrpoit of nKtuiilnluß ■ fcniotifst otlior thing* the Condi Hull of tho oroharfl. It wo* found ff«A from tho San flwio Bonlo and In fine wtndltioti. Tho land, however neoded Improving and- It «v determined to plant It Ih cow pen*. and everything WU lit applo pie ordnr.*The rooms of the paupers woro found to to clean iinrl In excellent sanitary oondw tlaii and tho paupui-a themselves exhibited the ttjod cam and nttontlon given them. After the Inspoutlon was over ft dlnnai 1 . ■uoli v tho good wlfo, lharo In noMd totf' Was ttet down to and enjoyad an only our Oedwvllle and South Hlvor repromint- . atlves could do. Wo hear a ootipl* of ' Front ftoyal younystem <«malt wnlvhta) were proson...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

14r THE MARKET WAS NARROW Decline at Opening and Rally pn Light pressure of Soiling STATEMENTUNFAVORABLE (• Cauiod Further Selling Movement, ut There Was a Subsequent Rally Which Spent Its Force Bofore Close, Which Was Steady. (nr A»»ocliit«»d l'r«««.) NEW TOIUC, April 4.-To-diiy's stock market was 'too narrow to nave any rreator .IrulflWUice. Tho opening decllna ■&pr«i!od the dlnappolntmetit of thows wh (Sußht yenterdny on tho rumor \^\^"° pool horflngs of fcoulhoni Putsch adlwen taken off tho market by pr'vato aßf-eo inent Thore wua some s^Pl 3o^^^ o^ ilie market when It was seen"™; 1 _™ rood prospect of an adjustment of tno labor dispute "n that systeni, f . A lively solllner movement r° l1 ° we < Ihot^1 ho t^ appearance of the bank statement, show - fnf a decreane In surplus of J- 1^ 0 . bringing that Item down to $2,180, ,8».. This BhowuiK woe wholly due to t" 8 ,,' 1^ 1 ,,.'" cash, the loan Item showing a nominal Socreasfl of loss than a mi lion dollars ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

IB IS ACTIVE AT BS YEARS Col, Ww. Forbes Still a Hale Band Hearty Man. CE POSTMASTER HERE I Now Enjoying a Vigorous Old tge, Who Hat Held Many Offices of Importance in His , i t Long, Useful Life, inel, W. W. Forbes**formor]y post- ,..—.« of Richmond, was recently In th« city. He In a. man now eighty-five yearn old, and Is woll preserved. Ho was at the Capitol, and at the Custom, House, and was most . oordlally greeted by ell who know him. It wa»< Colonel Forbes who succeeded Mlns Van Lew as post- . master. ' Colonel Forbes Is a native of Buckingham county, and was born In the year HIT. In early life ho Identified hhnself .with the old line Whigs, and was nl- COLONEL W, W. FORBES. way* regarded as a fearlesß advocate and l an able expounder of the principles and policy of , that ffrand old party. Hla party showed Its appreciation of his Borvlew) by electing him In 1850 to a scat In tho LeKlslaturo from tho county of Buckingham. , He Mi>vetl ono term In the. low...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

The New Importation of Cohen's Kid Gloves aro ready. They hta bet* tor than ever— More cai'c bttviuf? bfcou exercised In tbo selection of the skins ; 69c, $1 and $1-60. All sizes, all . spring colorings > and latest stitch. 1 A Great Sale of Made Garments. (Second Floor tot Made Gnrtuont*.) Thousands of Garments, consisting of m^ t J v^^& Boys' Woolen and Wash Suits, Misses' Children's and Infants Wear, Ladies ShirtWaists, Muslin Underwear, etc. Everything that's new and stylish. . _ ■• The price-encouragement reads like fiction, but the buying possibilit es have brought them. All the garments are thoroughly well made and of unquestionable latest styes, J \Vliil-e- Voile Suits, with brood hemstitched tucks on waist and skirU §12.60 Suits for $7.50. Silk Suita, of checked and striped infTtita., ''shoiith-fltting flare ukirts, trimmed with rows of fagotti ug, 520.00. ' Silk .Foulard Suits, over the newest models, trimmed with fanoy . braid nnd buttons, $10.00. L...

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

FORTY-TWO PAfJBS. Tllfi TIMES. KOUNUKU IWj i ■ THE DISPATGH. FOUNDKI3' IXSO, I SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, April 4.-Forocast for Sunday and Monday : Virginia— Pulr, continued cold Sunday; fresh, to 'brisk north winds, Monday fair; ivarttißfi North , Carolina— Fair, continued quid Sunday; frosh north winds. Monday lair; warmer, - ' , . \ Ywtorday wan nn excellent Imitation of , * day, nnd the weather pronhet tlilnka n portion of to-day will bo illtetvlso. The hlKhest temperature was not J much above ilfty, and. by midnight me . mercury had gona down, to ihlrty-sovcn. There. wan not ao much wlnda ns the day previous and the rainfall, though not Jionvy, hud laid tho dust. . ' STATE OF THeTtHURMOMETER. • A.M. |0 12 M §* 8.P..M "g 6 P. M « 8 P. M f. 12 midnight «_. Averago .....< 47 1-3 Highest temperature yosterrtay Tw Lowest temperature yestorday JJ Mean temperature yestorday.. .« Xortnal temperature for April w Dunarturc from normal temperature, 03 Precip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

:;V%f !**rairrar>hs or schedules no matters of £¥.fiirfßUtlve detail, If euoh ohsngfl Is de- % iltmhdfto' by the !nt«fe*ts of tha nation | ; !>| If a tariff taw has on thft whole w6rkod sUjfrell, and If business hns prosper^ under i 'V|l fend Is prospering, It mny be bolter to ■ »ndur« somo Inconveniences and in<>'* ' ,Gu<i)lllfis ror a lime thnti by making V'B'hahges t6 risk causing disturbance and ; i perhaps pntnlyjits In tho Industries and ; ;,:■• fcuslncss of 0)o country. The fact that the w'-cdhAh-fre In ft Riven rntn of duty miiy be -y thought aeslrablo docs not settle the question whethor It Is Rdvlßablo to mnke the r a fthattga Immediately. t NO CURB TOtt TRUSTS. f One point we must steadily keep 1n Itiltid. The question of tariff revision, ■ Kpfcaklnp broadly, stands wholly apart ' from the question of dealing with the ' trnplar. No chntißO In tnrllT duties ran Jinvo tiny substantial effect In nolvlnjf tho : no-cftlled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

THE.MUSIC OF EASTER Songs of Praise Will Rise In Many of the Churchos. PROGRAMMES ARRANGED Next Sunday the Services Will Be More Attractive Than on Any Other Occasion In the Year. In addition to tho programmes of Easter music to bo rendered In tha city church':!), glvon olsowhore, tho following Jiave beon prcparod: St. Marks Episcopal Church. ( St. Mark's choit', oompoued of fourteen yoioeM, will lendor tho following muslo Bastor Sunday morning, April 12th: rrocßSslonal-Jlynin, No. 109, ''WolcomoJ Happy Morning." Chriat Our Paanovur (Holdnn) Gloria .lubllato (Cross).. Venlto Schnocker Te Peum ...Starkweather ' Chant, Jubilate ....Dudley Buck Hymn, No. 116, "Angels 801 l the Ilock Awuy" (C. F, Rogers) OloHu Tib!, 185. Hymn, No. 112, "Jesus Christ Is Illson 'J'o-dity." Offortbry, "Tho Strife Jo O'or," Mendelssohn Jlogular communion Bcrvlco, ■ Itcccßslonal, No. 113, "Tho Day of Kea- ■ • urroctlon" (O. C. Martin) 1 Mlbh Le"e Goodwin, organlat. ' J. O. Sale, Jr., director. ' 'EVENING SBf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

THE JERICHO CANAL SUIT E/ef of Dismal Swamp Sues ater Company for Damages KE DRUMMOND'S LEVEL I Plaintiff Charges That the Water rawn Off for tho Oanal and Water Supply Purposes Is Dnm- . aging His Property. P' fflDPolaJ to The 'tiBl««-DI«P«lch.) NORFOLK, VA-; April *l— Dopftsltlolis ■Were taken In the Lake Drummond case this morning In tha United States Clrlult Court before Commissioner 'Bowden. Mlllam N. Camp, of Florida, has brought v ault against tho Lake Drummond Canal ■nd Water Company for an injunction to prevent tho depletion of the wator ■upply in Lake Druihinond. The plaintiff »aya he la the owner of 'fifty thousand ■ores of land <n the Dismal Swafnp, lying. ln Norfolk and Nansomond counties, and covered with valuable Umbor, Bonslstlng of Juniper, cypress and gum trees, and also of the waters of Lake :X>rummond. There is a dlteh, called the Jericho Canal, from which th<» defendant is taking .water for carrying timber to market and to supply...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

hat Pe-ru-na is Doing in All Phases of Spring Catarrh. £tfMA MITCHELL i MERICA is the land of i A nervous wcracn. The («~ > ~^ great majority of nervous women \ ire bo because they are Buffering from * i tome form of female disease. By far the greatest number of female troubles lire caused directly by catarrh. They are catarrh of the organ •which is affected. Thcso women despair of recovery. Female trouble is so common, «o prevalent, that they accept it as almost inevitable. The greatest obstacle 1 In the way-of recovery 1b tha); they do not understand that it is catarrh which Is the source of their illness. In female complaint, ninety-nine cases out of one hunarcl are nothing but catarrh. Feruna cures wherever located. Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 020 Louisiana Street, Indianapolis, Jnd., writes: "Peruna has certainly been a blessing In disguise to me, for when I first began taking it for troubles peculiar to the box and a generally worn out system, I bad little faith. "For the p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

% MATERIAL PROGRESS lorthern Neck Has Developed Greatly in a Decade. PINE BUSHES DISAPPEAR Blooded Cattle Graze Whore Once Only Gulley* Broke the Dreary Monotony of a Broom Straw and Hen Grass Horizon. m i(Sp»eltl to Tho Tlmei'Dlipatcb.) ■ COMORN, iVA., April 4.-Tha material progress made by the Northern Neck in tha last few years Is a subjeot of earnest comment In business circles throughout this section and In tho ol,tlus, WholeBale merchant, commission men and drummers, whose business relations are confined to no one section or State, say that no section of the country remote from tho great manufacturing cenlors V bat made more rapid strides towards general prosperity than has the Northern ,2v**ck in the past dozen years. A groat deal oC the long-neglected and worn-out 'land 'has been Improved anil Is under ? an excellent system of cultivation— yleldJng fine crops of corn, wheat, oats and hay. Tharft are scores of farms in this Neck that would sell for twice as much today us they...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

EVERYTHING IN CLOTHES A Perfect Harvest Presented for th© Buyer. PERFECT LINES IN GOODS Main-Street B«or*s Where All Things Go to Make the Oomplete Man Oan Bo Secured— Somo of the Details, tfhe itorea where men "get fl**d for •prlng" are radiant now with every variety of gulU'and furnishing* that make a man a knight in the ayes of his true love. ISoster Is tho time, perhaps, of all the year when the olothlers strive with all their might to vie with eaoh other In preientlng the most attractive wear for their customers and those ,whom they hope to make their oustoraor*. BrtQUlelte taste lias been (employed inHhe display of all that makoa a gentleman 1 * wardrobe complete. There is no end of variety of handsome and pretty furnishing* to chdo*e from thl* aprlng, the great factories of the North having been ransacked for tho buyers' benefit, O. H. Berry & Co. The store or Messrs. O. H. Perry and Company presents a most completo and attractive appearance, The appointments of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

IMPORTANT BUSINESS Very Uvely Meeting of the Council To-Morrow Night. TAKE UP LIQUOR LICENSES This Likely to Occasion a Fight—Matter of Street-Car Transfers and \ Payments on the New City Jail. . There will be things, plenty of things, iolng at the meeting of the Common Council to-morrow night, and 'tis well, lor, baring this one event, the week , promises to prove one of the dullest of the year In point of Intorost and tho number of oommltteo meetings. It Is quite probable that the session of tho solons will last until after midnight, and will abound In that sploe of life, contention, debate, argument, wit, humor «nd repartee. While, as may, be Judged from the foregoing, the, monthly confab of City Fathers will attract much attention from their constituents and tho goneral public, there will be at least three matters acted upon that will vie with one another for the first plaoe In the Councllmanlc chamber of fame. These are tho thoroughly thrashed out question of universal transfer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

If BIG SUIT IN ORAYSON 1 . Fight Over County Bond Issue to Alt. Rogers and Eastern. WIDER PUBLIC ROADS . The County Court Will Vigorously Enforce \the thirty-Foot Koad Law. Candidate for the Senate to Succeed Senator Harvey. (Spcclnl to Tbo Tlmcß'Dlnpatcb.) . INDEPENDENCE, VA., April 4,-The •prlng term of the Oriyson Ciroult Court commences noxt Tuesday, Hon. John P. iboffcy presiding. The docket ' Is not fceavy, and court will not last beyond the end of tho week. ' The most Important case on docket Is tho chancery cave» of John "W. Perkins and buc3i -"ther taxpayers of Grayson county as will como In and contribute- to the costs of the suit ■gainst the Mount Rogers and Eastern Rnilroad Company. Tho object of ihls ■Ult is id restrain the Board of Supervisors from Issuing to the railroad company HOO.OOO In county bonds, voted to the company under an election held' ln July, 1901, on the ground that «atd election waa carrltd by fraud. The plaintiff Is represented by Judge It. L. Kirby a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

PROF. HALL'S FINE TALK Plont of Clark University usses Body and Soul. IDERS ORIGIN OF MAN " the Many Themes Regarding •ehtstorlc Development— Soul Grown and Developed, Too. Stages of Llfo. ' IMI Tuesday evening last at Richmond College Dr. G. Stanley Hall, president of Chirk University, delivered a remarknble W Hddross, being the second In tho James Thomas course. Professor Hall's theme Mis "New Ideas of the Soul; Development of the Soul In Children and Animals." The lecturer was given tho closest attention, and &ome of tho speaker's utterances are horo reproduced: Childhood, rs a scientific study, ho declared, is now, but nlrondy Us literature It enormous, with 3,000 titles of scientific books on It, seven Journals nnd ninny societies, chairs In seventeen colloges nnd In many normal schools devoted to It. It Is studied In Germany oven. It had Its beginning In America, but Is recognized In all the world. Astronomy has a culture value; child study Is more, It hus in Immed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

m BOOKS FOR THE SCHOOLS Very Important Bill Prepared by MrvOeorooW. Settle. SYSTEM IS NOW DEFECTIVE Under Hit Mtftiur* Text* Book* for tho ' Public School* Can Always Be Readily Used In the Rural Districts. Friday Mr. Oeorgw W. Settle, member of tho House of Delegates from Rapp*" kannook county, iwesented a bill to establish ; deposltorle« of text-hooka for publlo sohools In the oduntles and oltles of the State. Hl* measu'* «••»*■ •" follows: ' Be It enacted br the Qene^at A«einbtf of Vlnrlnia1. That the publishers having oontracta with the Slate Board of Education for the supplying of text-books to the pupils of the publlo schools .be, and they are hereby, reaulred to establish convenient depositories In eaoh city and oountr of the Commonwealth to the end that all the pupils in said schools may readily obtain the books ay the <"»*ra^t retail prices; and a failure^ comply with this provision shall constitute a •"fflclent iround for the abrogation of the contmot subsisting...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

v MINIMUM ONAROE 25 Cents, CaitilnArtvano* ONE CENT A WORD. HELP WANTED-FEMALe. WANTED, A COOK. APPI^Y nVornlnß nt Third Flat, lil BoUth Ihlra WHITE NURSE WANTED: CAPABLE, settled, white nurse, wanted for one-year-old child. Apply 806 East Mar- ■WANTED, AT ONCB AN EXPElllonccd conk. Apply with references. PA West Franklin Stroot. (XjA.DTES DO PLATN SEWING AT HOME, ! W to $16 pnld weekly; material sont froo everywhere. Send nWmpc.H rnynlopo for particulars. WEfBR M 'F O; CO., l^ranch G, Union Building, New , LADTES AND GENTLEMEN TO COPY In! tors RVhome; «0 per 1,000 for a Mi^rt let tor, psiid wiekly. Call C. D. HAISLIP. 2D03 E. Marshall Street. WOMEN TO DO SOWING ON SPBCIAI^tins J4 per 100; can make plx an hour; mnt'ftrial sent frpp, prepaid. Sond envelope for particulars and tMtlmonlnls from our workers. Madam p }J }'°NT, Dppt. 8. IW. Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED, A SETTLED:, WHITE WOMAN for cooklnß and houso cleaning, without incumbKrnnce: Rf">J, WOff 6 ?' Address...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

ONE " OEMT WORD. MINIMUM CHIfIGI 25 Cents, CtihlnA-Vinoa ' H«LP WANTHD-FiMALB. WXNTBD A WET NURSB, ONE) WITH «worSnc-» «n wUlltiir to pay 4 »4 or if ; nor week for a good one. Address * MRS. R., 1010 Floy- Avenuo. Wanted, a buttled woman without Incumboranco f> Jmi;* . cleaning. Apply to MRS. dORNICK, No, 414 North Eighth Htreot^ . RVANTBD, .'AT ONCE, FIRST-CLA BS PRESSER on men's worlc. G. 11. L, caro thlfl oftloo^ fa ANTED,, •AOBNTS FOR CITY AND surrounding towns, to solicit orders for , enlarged portraits; coflh paid for or- ' <lerH. 1021 Hull Straot, Manchestor, Va. "(IV ANTED, AN BX-PERIENCED SOllcltor or anent) muiit bo a man of good address; business with business men onlyj steady position to capahlo man, Salary and commluHlon. Addro«a J'< O, Box 117. , IvTaWed, pbrson to call on rfbtall trade and figonts for manufnoturln« house! local territory; salary $19.70 l»ald weekly and expense monoy nflvanred; previous oxpor onco unnacoflßary: busl- ■ ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 April 1903

14 BHE BATTLE WILL BE HOT Martin and Montague To . Meet in Senatorial Arena. DIFFERENCES OF OPINION What the Friends of Each Sny as to Their Chances of Recovering the Honorable and Much Coveled Place. "Wiion Qrook meets Greek, then comes « tug or war," observed a J con*urvntivo Demneratlo leader to soma frlen.ls at Iho Capital the othor day, 'and whon JncK Montague and Tom Miirtin moel In (Ho Senatorial arena In 1!05, It will moan thn.l they hnve locked each olhor in a ""•ft" BalM™r2entntlvoB al M™r2entntlv o of The TimesDlspntch, who was stnndlng ne*r, and whose business It .s to keep an eye upon the trend of the political wlndn In Virginia, It appeared Hint this !■ ndnr hid correctly nlwd up the situation, for It has long been ••••-•- nod Lhat these two „,,,„ _.„... • he r>"» itnon the Senator n.l truck, to make a final trlul and settlement of thestrenrfh -' thfl two gnat polllcal factions, which, for years have sparred fnr party prestige and control, and who are recogn...

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