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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

DAMAGED Electrolysis Still on Water Pipes of City. INSPECTOR MINOR TALKS Car Company Has Export Here Making Important Experimental Tests. His Report on the Subject Not Yet Ready. City Klotlrlcal Inspector Minor staled yesterday that desplto the precautions that liavo 'neen taken and tho persistent t'fforts that aro being mado to check It, tlectrolyKlH Ib Mill present on the wator tnalns of tho clfy. As a r'lßult It Is only Ji fjliefitlon of time bnforn rorno of tho loading water supply routeo la Richmond Will Ijo rendered useless and tho city left »t tlio mercy nf a conflagration, perhaps. It Ih admitted by tlio ItiHpeelor that nlnr:'> tlio Virginia. Pmwngor and Pownr Company linn bonded lt» rails all over tho rlty the deadly ngency Ikih bcotl checked, but ho Ih ponitlvo them Htlll oxlhlh In certain KerllonH an nbundnnnn of clectrolynlH, wlilrh hn« found Itn way and Is now eating upon the wnter mains. According to Mr. Minor, thoro la only ono genuine and thoroughly satisf...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

10 SLUMP IN THE PRICES New Low Record for the Year Was Established. DETERAIINED SUPPORT When This was Withdrawn at HighLevel Prices Plunged Precipitately. and Despite Feverish Rallies Close was Ursteady. (By Associated rress.) NE\V' YOHK. Mny Si. —The stock markot was eubjected to further Hqud«i ion to-day carrying prlcos by a, broad mar* jrln to a new low level for the year. The tide of hollliik was at one time pret y Mffctually ohefitoa and prices HtoblM£ ed nt a substantial recovery from tlio low point by tho determined support of mportant banking interests and the r persistent bidding up of prices throußh_tho Htream of liquidation, but tho C °? Bl '°, beenmo moro severe than ever, after tho buvlnc demand seemed to havo been entirely withdrawn at tho WeUor level nnd prices plunged abruptly from the lilßhost to the lowest point of tho , <3a\ . There woro some feverish rail es duo to the buyinK to take quick profits by the room shorts, but tho closing was unsettled nnd u...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, Femnls Stenographer, able to IncronHo hpr Incomn by nulng a machine 20 tn 40 prr pent, apppdlnr thnn thn rent. »nd on «oP count of lip-to-dftt* fpnturen ttnst to™ on* bpftpr work with I<-m n " >rt * tvAl'\,r?t v Al'\,r? 'vt«f effort. A'ldross OLIVF.R STANDARD VISIBLE WRITER, Richmond. WANTED, A Flr*t-Ol««s COOK, VHio Is Capnhlo of tsklnc i-bnrge of kitchen. Apply il2 Sonth Third Htrept. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTBT), BY YOUNO I/ADV, TO teach Piano, Theory and direct practicing In private fi\m!ly In oxchnnge for board- conservatory testlmontalg. Address 8. Ij. M., 425 Greeno Street, Augusta, Ga. WANTED, By Rained svnd Intelllieat Young lady, (1 position «n «tptip|;ra[>h*r In the city; r faithful worker. Addrcrs Miss A. H. J., care this orflco. WANTED, By a Lady of Experience, a Position ns housekeeper, In n lic>B|<ltnl or boarding school; refcronens sent. Addreos Mlas M. c. M., core tils office. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 May 1903

Miller O Rhoads. | Miller & Rhoads. A Little Talk This Morning About Umbrellas Ladies' Waterproof Umbrellas, $1.50. It's an Umbrella that will give yon satisfactory service. We ein-t afford to sell two-dollar Umbrellflß for onr rlollnr, -but wn do Pfll tho with ptrnlfiht or crooked cherry handles. A pretty Silk Sunshade for $2.25, is Parasol and Umbrella Combined, as it's waterproof. Black, Green, Brown, Blue, Rod and You're equally protected against sunshine or shower with this Parasol. I Social and ± I {Personal^ Many Dames from other Slates will go to Yorktown with the Virginia Society cm May 27th. Mrs P. M. "Wllnon, of North Carolina, Mrs. C. Albert 11111, of South Carolina, and her Bister. Mrs. Julius Prlnele. wto Is recent from South Carolina for the Mount Ve'rnoh Indies' Association, and Mrs. J. J. Jackson, of Baltimore, -who was for pome years assistant secretary of the National Society of Colonial Dames, are of tho number. Mrs. William McC. Ramsey will also Sd?M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

I rujrJSFJJft™: SSBSBIS i£& I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,252. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASIIINOTON, May 27.— Forecast for l-lnirsdny arid F-rlaay: Virginia— Showfirs Thursday and prob»b]y Friday; fresh to brisk southwest Jivlnds. North Carolina— BhowoM Thurpday ond |irohilbly l^iidny; tfesh Houthwcst winds. A rofrofhliiß' shower moderated the tern yesterday, but tho mercury did lint at nny tlmo attain a vory high ftltltu'lr!. Fur 10-day and probably to-mor-row showero are predicted and brisk BOuthwcJit winds. STATE OF TITK TIJiaRMOMETEk 0 A. M JO 12 M 77 B P. M.. W 0 ]>. M JO 0 P. M E2 j.' mldnlßht ' 3 Average 73 1-3 Highest temperature yestorday M Jxiwc'-t tPinperiituro yc.'ilonlay JH Mi'iin tr-tiipcratiin; yo^tonlay ii At I *•« I ATI * HTO AT^MANAO. film I'lS-'O^ ...... 4 '-'ii i ill**- * lllrj. committed against tho Jews In Hussla nootblacka form a union and Ihmuo a liumlf'.'Hio — Council Committee meets torest to le be O f r KOtten to-lay — How cbartera ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

2 ftpeclflo gums in connection with *sles of letter box fasfners to the government: September '«*. l"W> $2,601; December 18, IPOO, f:H>00; Augtift SI. IWI. IUT1; September P. 1901, $763.60; January 11, 1002, {724.&5: January 20. l? 02, $2,500; April P, JDO3, $2,500.f.f1; August 21, 1902, $22,850. A GO-BKTWEEX. Aoecrdlng to the statements of PostDffiM Department officials, there was a po-between for the alleged transactions In connection with tho contracts. The Identity of this poteon Is withheld by the department nnd the ofTlc!als refuse to Fay what step*. If any. have been tnken tooklng to his apprehension. It is saia that ho does not reside In Washington Btnl Is not here nt present. Postmaster Payne was asked to-nUnt for the name of this man, but dec lined lo discuss tho subject, n.idlng that lie knew nothing nbout It. TT»c ." 1!; . l ' oct °": however. It l« stated, know tne Icie«ttt> nnri movements of the intermedia! >.^ Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

BONDS IN MANCHESTER After Being Bailed K. S. Hague Failed to Appear In Court. POLICE ARE AFTER HIM LHtlo Inlerost In tho Municipal Campaign — Streel Improvements— Marriago of Mr. Howe and Mis* Rowo— Personal and General. Manchester Rurenu Tlmes-Dlspatch, I No.', 1102 Hull .Street. J A search la being made by the police for the young- white man, Hubert S. Jinguo, who was arrested on Tuenelay night and released on his own recognlzonco to appear In the Mayor's court yysllngiio Is charged with being disorderly uud with trespassing upon the premises of his aunt. lie could give no bond, and In v Hj'mpiithotlc Hlraln and upon his promise to appear In court nt the proper tlmn to hhswef tbe rhnrße. tho young man was plvon his liberty. Ho did not hKow Up, hewever, and It Ih quite safe to say Hint Under similar circumstance*) In the future 'Squire Jordan's tender heart will rofuH(« to shed Us sympathetic Byarks.' MUNICIPAL CAMI'AION. Thero will b* IHUe Internst In the coinInu roiiiii'llirmnli?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

£ Tlie Timos-Dispatcjin Pllancd D.ifly nnd Wwkiy ftl No. 4 orth Tmi(li Street, Richmond, Va. Enured Jnntinry 27, 1003, at Richmond, Vn., ns SecondClasß Jlnlter, under Act of Oonffrecs of March 8, 1870. *he DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ♦old nt 2 cent* ft copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Isold nt fi cents n ropy. DAILY TIMKS-DISPATCH liy mall— B0 rents n month; $.r..00. r ..00 n. ypnr, $2.fiO for six months; SI.KO for tlirrn months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 n yeat 1 . The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi rents per -week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH", 81.00 venr. ... . All Xfnsfjjned Communications will bo reieHed. Reirofed Communications ■will not bo returned unlnsi ncoompan^ed by stamps. Uptown Oflico nt T. A. Miller's, Ivo. r>lo Knst Urond Streer.. THURSDAY, MAY 28. 1903 AN INVESTIGATION AT LAST. We nro glnd to henr that tho Board of IMdermpn has determined, as It Is now permitted to do, to ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

CHARTERS; HOW GRANTED House Bill 102 Comes from the Printer. )IS IN VERY GREAT DEMAND • Parlies Desiring to Become Corporations Anxious to Know How to Proceed to Obtain Charters—Features of Charier Provisions. Houso hill 102, concornlna corjioratloiiß, lias Just come from tho hands of tlit printer, and copies thereof aro In Kr^nt demand, Hartley (|p«iritifr charters at th<: liniitlM of tho Corporation Commission liavo been awallltiff tho appearance of tln> bill In order to know how to proof oil In tho matter of obtaining charters. Iniismiicli us tho number of copies printed In very limited, nnd tho hills am ro difficult to obtain, Ii Is thought a matter of j.uljllo, Interest to print such extracts therefrom as will cnahlo corporations, flrinc, etc., desiring charters to understand what course to pursue In tho matter. Tho first, ficcond nnd third sections of thn bill, which glvb a pretty good Idea of thlH, tiro an follows: 1. Hy executing, Hlliik, nnd re(y&a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

NEW TRIAL FOR BURGLAR His Crimes So Many That It Will Not Benefit Him. FINE TRAFFIC IN CABBAGE Telegraph Lineman at Portsmouth "Electrocuted— The Local Option Election In Berkely Wa« a Great Surprise, was convicted severnl woeks uro on the chnrge of burglary, and rccoinniemlcd for r sentence of nftcen yours In tho penitentlnry. On n motion by tho attorney appointed by th« court to defend tho old nnd pennlltips mnn, Judge Hnnckel bus pet aside the verdict of the Jury because It I? contrary to the low and thn evidence. Tho evidence was not sufficient to prove that the man entered tho bonne to got tho stolen articles found In Mnrtln"s possession, tiioxigh It Ih BUlnclrnt to prnve that ho stole them, Ho hud Hie Btolon articles In. his pospesslon. but 1t Is merely ft presumption that ho commlttod a burglary to pet thorn. The crime of grnnd lnro.eny. of which Martin was really guilty, according to the evidence, Is not punishable with a term exceedntf ton years. In Hits case, however, ono ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

STATE BANKS CHARTERED lAutliorlzed to Do Business by Corporation Commission. A YOUNG MAN PARDONED New Enterprises Arc Given Charters In North Carolina— Governor Aycock Declines Diplomas — Annual License Accepted. (Special to T!ii> TlmM-nifipatch.) hALEIGH, N. C May 27.— Tho North Carolina Corporation Commission Issued Its authority to begin buslhe»a to threo Sluto banks to-day— tho Bank Of. Jonnßboro. Commercial Hank of Lcnolr and the H;mk of [Llneolnlon. Governor Ay cock pardoned HOflcoe Jkliiiru to-day. This Is a rather noted caw, In which tho prisoner was serving a BBvcn-year Bcnlencd in Ghillford for fcflm* inai Intimacy with it ghl under fourteen yoiiiM old, uliu being a ward of Murro's ifathcr. Counsel Wade a hard flKht for a pardon «lx months bko on tho ground of strong doubt of guilt, but tho Governor refused It. Tho pardon now Is on the ground of HI henlth, on afildavlt of tho county physician. Tho young man Ih of vr-ry good family, and has a wife nnd child. NI9W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

' 8 HELP WANTED— PEMALH : XUST hare the CLEVEREST and HEBT EDtT(UTniI woman In Rlcnmonfli the bu>ln»«» reijulrou It Mini llio rommands II; operator of Smllh-Tremler Typewriter preferred. Adflr.->M HSrntT. ciro this offli-e I WANTED, a aettleil WOMAN to mine child. SOTJNO LADY Stonograjiher to »o to Nel«h- '■ MKNT*'Bl'nEA > (;'! Sfttltbern "fltn'lnp ft* Stationpry To. BifUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, Potitlon as Miller; Recently Hod oharpe of a lnolmrn-l mill In W.-at Virginia. Addrosn W., Hd.'l K. Mnln .Street. ~h"eLp vvant'ed-male. WANTED, Cook and Man for House ww ° r * j etenilv pmbloyment; bo»t fe?ercnre require.]. AMn**J> XV. i'Al,n\vi;u,, Meadowtllle, Va. WANTED, an experienced circular SAWYER; one rnn linmlln »I.mm Wlcger. AddttM/TQIIK M'Mnrit CO., Ornftnn. Vn-. or .TiHIN DAMN. No rt N. Touth Htred. Itlchinoml. Va. LABORERS WANTED, One flrst-rloss railroad rrn.lc FORKMAN "t S7rt wr month, who ciin brine with Mm 28 flrst-cla»8 If."...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

THE MARKET WAS INERT Speculative Sentiment Was Almost Paralyzed. CHANGES ALL FRACTIONAL Appearanca of the Market Suggested That Self-Constituted Protectors Wero Willing to See tha Downward Movement (By Associated Trrss.) rJBW TOnK, May 27.— The only flgnlflcanco In to-d.-iy'a market movement centorod In a hanilful of stocks and lv these prices movej contraryjylse yltli tho result Hint cijeculatlvo seiitlmeiit was wholly confUßod and almost paralyzed. The wholo mnrket was Inert to tho deBrcQ of letharpy, and In very few canes wair' thero a movement exceeding a small fraction. Comfort was socured from iho cvldnnco ot support In St. Paul Pennsylvania, United States Bteol and for a short tJmo after the opening in a few othnr speculative stocks. Uut on the other lmnd there was obvious continuation of liquidation In Rock Island and tho I'aclflcs and the coalers wero generally Inclined to heaviness. Thn brief upward movement In Reading Beemed to havo no othor purpono ttun to correct this I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 May 1903

w Miller & Rhoads. WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSET The "GLENORA" $1.00. Hade of Batiste— Light weight for tho hot Tveathor— Short on hip nml low under the armSuitable for thin Shirt Waists. Thero's Tabs in front for hose supporters and tho garment is trimmed top and bottom with Laco and Eibbon. It's a very satisfactory Corset for a dollar. Prices Reduced on New Silk Coats. SS.OO Taffeta Coats $3.98. $7.50 and SB.VO Peau De Soie and Taffeta Coats $5.00. $10.98 and $12.00 Peau De Sole Coats $7.98. $13.50 and $15.00 Peau De Sole Coats $10.00. $18.50 and $20. Peau De Sole Coats and Blouses $15. They were marked nt a modernto nrico to begin with— no fictitious values pufc on them— hence tho reductions now 11 ro not "slnuKhtnr Ralos" or nt one third their vnhio," but bonrv lido reductions based on plnin nuniness principles, ns thosaason Is drawing to n oloso. You'll require .a light wrap if you're going away this summer— and there's nothing better than a silk coat. I Social and I I...

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

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

TUB TIMRS. FOUNDED IW6. | wuni T7 MTTMRT7R 1£ 9^ THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. | W MULIi IN U i v lrmK, lO,ZO3 t SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER, / "WASHINGTON, Mny SO.— Forecast for Bunday and Monday! Vlrfilnln- Showers Sunday and Monday; Cooler in southeast portions Sunday; fresh hortheast winds. North Pnrollnn— Showors Bunday and Wfiterilny experienced' n downpour, almost in the nature of rt r:li>udhitrnt, that cleared Ihf atmosphere and reduced Uio temperatui" vi'iy materially. ShOT/irS are exjif tml to-day, and the mercury will be lower. BTATI3 OF TUB THERMOMETER. P A. M 77 Jl! M &5 8 P. M R8 r, v. ,\i si P P. M OS r: mlilnlßht M Average ~V4 TliKho.°i temperature yesterday M I/Owest temperature yesterday 07 Mean temperature yesterday <> Normal temperature for Mny fi7 Pepnrturo from normal temperature 10 Precipitation during past 24 hours... l.'« June 1, 1903. gun rises 4:f,2 | IIKMI TIDE. Hun Hots 7:il | Morning s:<« Mnon ...

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

2 thn men are found not pullty of fcnMfces. Section 4 provides for ft hlnft-toour dny and payment for overtime, according- to the ncale. The Matter dt Pay. BnctliW P propose? that wnRfR of '22 cents per hour shall be paid all motorwen And 21 cents an hour to all conductors! tin the Richmond anil Manchester nnd Intenirban lines of the rompany. Mil that motormen on the Petersburg line fliall roceive IS cants anrt condvictors 17 <cntß per hour. Soetion fi jirnposes to glv? motormen free tr.iepnrtatlonn ftt «11 limes over all ins: extra expense lo tlie employe* shall flot bo effective until fifteen days' notice shnil have been given. Tho Inst section proposes to perpetuate the suggested rpiifral nf;reement until one or the other party thereto shall Give notice in writing or a desire to chsnfsr the same, and Hint said notice shall bo piven thirty Ouys liefore the end of any year of the agreement. To these proposals General UUWH Huff bfi Mny 2:: d made reply. In the course of w...

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

15 28 Army GeneraJs Send Letters of Endorsement To the Inventor of the Gread Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na. 0 GEN. S. S. VODER. n U >O *O*O '• O- O'-O'.O'rO f O -OO <O • G-O •<>• O • O • O • O'«O»OiO' ; X>«:O'?O*.OS! General H. 8. Todcr, ex -Member of Congress from Ohio, In a recent letter to Pr Hartman, speaks of Peruna run follows: Washington, D. C. I'erunn Drug M'f'g Co, Columbup, O. : Gentlemen, — -"I desire to say that I have found Pornna to be a wonderful remedy. 1 only used it for a «hort tltno and am thoroughly satisfied ok to It-s merits. 1 cannot find words to express my gratification for tho results obtained. As a catarrh cure I Bhnll gladly recommend It to nil HufTererH. I '-— S. S. Voder. A LETTER FROM GENERAL O'CONNOR. Gen. Dennis O'Connor, Adjt. Gen'l U. V. Legions, 738 — 32nd St., N. W., Washington, D. C, writes: "If you are suffering from catarrh or physical debility, immediately commence the use of Peruna. It has be...

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

4 ROSE ABOVE HIS PARTY tho Letter of Former District Attorney Phllbln. FIDELITY TO HIS TRUST His Administration of the Affairs of the AH.iirs of New York County Was Non-Partisan — Democrat, but Not a Party Man. By Hon. Eugene A. Philbin, ■ Former District Attorney of New York County. A partisan < haa lieen ilelliuiil ns "one •VYlioao Juilgment or perception ir, clouded hy n prejudiced atlhercnco to Ins party." In that sense my administration ot the ofiico of district attorney bl the couiUy ol Hew I'ork waa hon-partlsnrt, find n"t from tho point of vle\\ tlmt 1 ceased to be a parly man. I remained a Democrat, but felt tint true loyally to my party mentis fidelity to the trust to bu dlaennrged, When 1 assumed tlio office I understood that 1 had boon appointed as n Demobrat; In other words, that Governor Roosevelt would not luivu made tho appointment If I had bi'on v Republican, but votikl have BOlected some Domocrat who lio believed would administer tln> office B...

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